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Full text of "Figaro (July-Dec. 1873)"



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C A L I FORNIA MINSTRELS. 

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DOCTOR C U R E A L L 

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OLD TIMES REVIVED" 
MISS LAURA BERVON! 

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To innimi wnk km riMHi Tc.rt ruiniui to. 

OLD WOMAN who Lived in the SHOE 

Scene I .--Regions of Dark Despair. 

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Scene ».-— Magic Change to Mother Goose's Village. 

OHARAOTIKR Ml MOTHIB OOORE'O VILLAOl 
T^OTVI TOM Tt>« Pipir'. ">or, k'utwi.d. Olown ROBRT JB*J£»..A.e»KJH 

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OirDOfcft ■ O*" fKlf ' H. (itainni ... MISS rAIH»T OIKbOR 

Ton tai. J< hv.1j. Billy, Fatir. Bibby, Bs»r, K ij, Lotly, Fsaay.Kto. : otil ', r»o wbo U? *d la ills t)rio#, VilUgant, IHmots. slo 



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Iv ffla.ll ■>■« UoardlKg Iff u*e HCKMsi • -Cr^N. P«« do Dm by M'Ue Marie Otaocala auad 

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br *sloo»llaht, S)Oat-MB O.-Parlor at Urki llaao-s BJCKIVR lO.-A Faaslllaw 

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Washington Crossing the Delaware. 



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The Old Plantation! 

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■••Had M-«t-lrAt. I l.lr 

Paatir Power., Rttai »na Daaaa. ..BraaJs Babla*aa 

Choice Souks MJ*h L*ur» Bervoa 

fairy Dwnrr M tunic Plllatare 

"•"•a Ma«c a ttrlir 

1 Lstslss! M M as aad Daaaa !.•■ Dlaoa 

ba'l-d alias l.mu Dray 

lha QrsslaSt Mytter/ o( Iht'Aas 

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STATUE BLANCHE! 



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ORGAN OF AMUSEMENTS 



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Places of Amusement 



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PRINTING DRAMATIC. MUSICAL. LECTURE. AND 
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Rooms lO and 17....6SO Wnshinffton street. 




SPEIIAI. NOTICE TO 

Picnic and Ball Committees. 

117"K_ ARK PREPAKED TO FUHWISH 
YT BANPB sod ORUriKsTBAS oomposed of 
tba bait Baalolaa* in tbs SUta, o.ar'nr ooanps. 
tant laadsn, at fair r»Ua. 

afrTbs BaslasMrsiraDt-smsDU of Drams Uo or Hosisal BaUrtalnmsats. FETSB, PIOJflOB 
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MM* M1NN1B WII.TOM. 

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TWO NEW D K A M Aft. 

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NEW HOT SCOTCH SALOON, 

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SANGER HALLE 

(RUIQER'S HALL,) 
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ttDR. AIKIN 

^F C'nrra K-rent find Chronic Dlsaos«S at* the 
KVK. BAB, THROAT, LUMiS sad HEART— Osttrrb, Oasl- 
osaa, Dloobsrioa from tba Kais, Wsakorl' Sataod Kyaa , Ooosb*. 
Oebilitr. fpliepaj. NaaraJgia, Biieumavtaai, D/apspsla, Piles, 
Scrotum. Dropsy. • to. 

I.uolea. married or single, stanrad spssdy, ssfe oars of 
Irraiaiarliias, Paio, Bappraanlon. waskassa, Prolspiss, ato., 
BtKilliir, Ofaiiaa sod otbsr Oiieaass rsasdlsd. AVOID 
DRUGS. 
Caaeors, Tmnom. Wans and Marka •klllfally rsmoTsd. 
o*r All Oocfldaolial Uaaea Kaithf ally Attendsd. 
l'ouiha wad Men, do matter what tbsy're read or dos- 
;/sd, osa rely on sara rsmedy of deformity, debility, or dls- 
oiin wna'inr on bodr aad mind. No qaaskery ordaoaptlon. 
beat raeaDS koown for rapid, easy cure (avoidlog danger, aaf- 
ferlcg, eipoaarsor loss af time) of obstinate aad ap-olal dts- 
(uii wltnoot meroary, poisons or omaiaona dragi. OoBBplsta 
oara (wbereall oilier, fail) of worst oaass sod soy syoipsotaa 
left from bad treatment orneglrct -«*• 
Krew Uonaoltationa. All Medloipss, elo, farnfsbsd, 
Call, or writs yonr case. Address, N. J. AIKIN. M. n„ 
sv OffliiP, &OS Kearny atrsat, N. B, Corner of California 
strsflti baa Fraoolsoo. Osf. )•*• 



ESIOHTY 
Single Outside Rooms, 

^— WITH 

No. 1 Spring Beds and Hair Hattrasses, 

AT MB— — 

BRANCH HOUSE. 

... SA.NSOME STJ3KICT, COB. CUT, 
AT 

X'lXfy Oanta por S71sU.«, 
And 1.618 by the Week. 

OPBN AIiIj nxio^T 

Apr-28 L. 3, SUXLL, Pnvrletor. 



PIONEER SHOE MANUFACTORY 




THl MOST ELCaAICT OU5TOH WOBK IS 



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t*h 9XKAL OF AMTJSEJI>:HTa. 






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BOOARDU8 



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B*U»W r*<*a*ceaMry. San 7r»ocifc», 



TUESDAY JULY 1, 1878 



AMUSEMENTS, Etc 



Caltrvrala Ttieaere. 

This tbutr* vutbtmild iMtotft'. wo. a Potb- 
•rn mid* bit appearance u Lord Dandr.arj la 
lb» pur of "Oar Afnericso Oowsio." Seldom baa 
aa W l«r rsceivs -J * rnin hearty eelce-ae ttai Uimt 
accorded wSctbero leut eiebt ca mikiDf hit a>- 
Baeeaoce. Roind after rcaed of applaase f f*«ui 
blta anl it was i««»l wo-jodt bafore he mit lt 
tomCMd w.tb the bosiesas 01 tbe pert. Tba 
character of Lord Dead rear* lea aoit tkcghable 
ear! oa tar* e-f a otas* te Kaslesd woo iw 001 lm 
•a sowed with Intellect ibaa ot bin, bat who bare 
Uh Mtui.; to usa their iatellect. ate too lac/ 
tveatotbiak. How tmj inner ih« Lord Dae- 
drearrof Mr. Sotbtra is, baa been proved ihoae- 
ands of '..in br tba spec t acle of an endifnce 
aaaapoaad of tba nwt ir isiliewst port-it a of t 
•oanaoaiiy etaolntely convaleed with lewKhtar. 
As waleft lbs tbe.tre lsstniabt wa hoard a lady 
la? to bereseoit, "I oarer enjoysd raise! f somaoh 
la ell my liff." He replied "It iseshocklna* bit of 
■oaa«a»e." ibe rete: l»d * Ye*, bat bow It made 
pewTaafb*" So'fcera baa elaborated tbia cbarao- 
teruli. It is capable of ao fartbsr addition* ; he 
kaewe fTtrfjwbit win mak« tbe public leash aod 
osee btl power over tbem aatil they are a soit 
*eed> to cry fox Bearer. Of eworse there waro men 
present Iwl nif* t who did oot roll sb at ia their 
iituiD nacoDtrollabta ccnvoliions ol la ask tar, 
aadaaan far brattb from sheer oibaBJtlOB bat 
ttrty const: InUd ursU minority. Sotherc j Dun- 
dreary M adasirabla fooinr. J. C. W.lliea>esaa 
waa T«i7*sc«'ii(a] a* Are Treocbard, reprteeet- 
iajt him as a yivisi. toad besrUd caeoatb follow 
•hlsbliwbai tbt author iotaoded bim to bo. 
TS41V11 iotSrpretitioa of the Cfierecler waa eo- 
oopudaaa thorooehly food 03* was prorod br 
hlssbexias tbe applause with tba ■ tar (a every ace as 
in wh cb he .appeared, Op beine: called before 
thaaprtaia Mv. Solhtu broazbt Mr. Willi inuon 
wiibbieaia nceiv* the applaosa. altat Grebina 
did Mai good acttog as Florence Trsaebard- 
Miae Mauie Moore was obaxalady aataiaJ aa 
Maj Mer'diih; alias lit lea Trier dressed, acted 
end raid that of Geerg-isa witn her nsael good 
UiUib] abilitr.ead Jd'Si Carrie Wratt was verr 
rood aj Aafa>u; ». J. Buckler p]ay#d tee part o 
akat TfTooai in aa teay Boaffectrd atylt. a*d 
W. A. afeatayer did tbe little hi bad to do aa the 
riilalo Richard Ooyl* ettiatieally aad well. Ooe 
of tba b<st obuacteriattioaia la the play, waa tba 
Ab*I M?r v 'o t of Jona WiUoa; it waa a woadeifallj 
TiTid rapiieaotatiOB of a mu with bia aarraa 
1 hiiwr*3 by drifik. ever itra«(liac aaraiaat tba 
Maaptatioa, aad a«*r rieldlaf to it. "Oar Aaaeri- 
•aa Oovsla" wlU pa played enry rreoing this 
waak. aod at the oaatioaa on Satordar. Than wii ) 
awaipachf BHtinMontha>*3ar^b of Ja\j , when 
■'Uncli Tom's Oabia" erflib) porforoud. 

AUaaunbrai Ttaeatxe. 

. Tbia tbtatra waa absolotal* packed last Bight. 
B Jy alaLBTJCaadfr^ak Moras, who oado their 
flra-t appeariBoa to OaHforana, rarity latabiisbed 
tbeir e's s to tba title giraa tbem "the bset 
attdEBwa ta the world." lhe pobiio of Saa Fran. 
liaoo wrioneryraooceidared their vrriict on Billy 
Emartooej Billy liswaiog? old his woaderfoily 
bajnaroaaatortaa, and earns bia loige. Tcey ap- 
■raalalad thafaot that oar own puticalir Bi ly 
owed maofa of hla ioapiraoai to tbia Billy 
who now appaaredlbafdratheoa for the flret time 
aad that the original wae. aa origioaU a'waye matt 
bw.grcitar thin tbi copy. Haaoirg waa enccr*l 
•gain and again, aod bad soch a anpply of freah 
okea that bakapttho aadieoce cootiLaallyaaiaied- 
Prank Morao is a diff rani si;le of joker bat 
cqaaliy good in his nso There never waa each a 
Itrvlr Out part aa thtt girea U tze Alhambra 
last eight, acd tba andiinoe langbed until the? 
owatd iangh eo longer. The comic tketeh of "the 
Oaloago maaiosi Oiograia" with Frank Morao. aa 
Oondaoor, Miss Peony Gibsoa aa Prim\ Dsana 
aad Bob tltrtaa Otagrano Barsidi, followed tba 
Cnt part; tb a Mailer Bsroey appeared in bU 
Obamproa Jig, aod thi icream ag frraa of Mrs- 
DittlmaV Party, ta which Billy Manning played 
Bill DlUiaoi, ard t'raok Morao, Jia Oyttar, tor- 
aataaatd (bla poitlon of tbs eriaiDg*j eateriain. 
aaant. After as orirtnre by tba orcbealra, th . 
eortiia role oa the pentamime of "The Old 
Wosaa who LiTtdia the Shoe; which, aft >r waaki 
of oerefol preraratioa, waa presented for tba first 
time last night. This is the liralieitof pastomimfs 
fall of new easees, new a era and new tranafor- 
mattpsr. Ribert Praiar is cettaioly a gaotoa aa 
aoaoDealBaiit, and la the moat lively of clowna 
To* artaa araa a sketch of ths laaghtar proTokiaar 
trlcta a tbi* wonderfol piioo of work woold oc_ 
enpy col anna of r :oin.o, m will therefore cor, tanl 
owa»l*si with saying that it is certainly obi of tbe 
m3it lively tbinga ol tbs kinl evsr presented on 
any tUfp. How well It aatiiSed the aadieooe waa 
proved by the fact that althongh aecaatomed 
w aa die mined from tbe theatre at half pau ten 
era tittle 'eter, latt sight they rvt&laed their 
easts anttl 1J o'clock. The pantomime will rf 
conn* play maoh eloe» to-aigbt and if the aad- 
ieace will refrain from eccores they may get sway 
at a lit Ma past cloven o clock. 1 he billet by Ml*. 
Gaagain and Mme. Boialay waa very pretty, MTle 
Gaagaia, who by tbe way oia b:a- 1 of being a popll 
of Tagltoni, gaiaed great applaase lar her re, 
■amis. Robert Fraer as clown waa here there and 
everywhere, cansing great foa; Bob UaitwhooiB 
do evembiog well, being one of the most vsraatlle 
gestoses living, waa excellent ■» Pantalooa, and 
Tommy Rcsa did tome excellent gymnastic basi 
■eeeas Soarlitlmp. Ml**, Eatker vTilliaui look- 
ed cbarminglypretty a« Prineaaa and Mr, Nelson 
acted tbe part of little Boy Bloe. efterwarle 
Prince, gracefolly. The ooaclndiag patriotic 
tableau waa very effective and drew ahoata o* 

applaase. Thelosa) hit) in the iatrodaetioo were 
will received. A better ettertalomeot for Poortl 
of Jolyweaktbaaat tbe Albambra could not b 
gat np aad this theatre will djabtleas ts orowe 
a avai y night- 



Bell n TTnlom Theatre. 

Misa Laura Betvon, the lerio-oanaie vocaltit 
made a v ry favorable impreeaioa last night aad 
waaeaeored. Baale Robinaoa and Tommy Bu- 
tea have made quite a hit in their duet, "Mr. 
andMra.6re«i rittan for than by K. Zimmar 
Miss May Lesiie -igbtly gains much applaase ler 
kar artiatiealrging af popular biflads, aad alto- 
glthir a vary lively entertainment is presented. 

BuckJej'a Varietiea. 

Coo.0. Tbomp- - the original Sugar Bob, baa 
made qaits a bit in that, and also in "Carry tbs 
Hewa." Mortimer's sketches are very copular: 
Hed Buckley is always overflowing with fun, aad 
a bevy of pretty girls appear nigctlv in sosga, 
dasaae and acta. 



Tata "Great Show." 

Tbe new bill at tbs Pavilion oa Jackson street 
drew ko immense crowd last night, aad acTe'dcd 
great dsligbtto all who witaeaied its perform* 
aaaw. The baby elf ptvac t woa liberal ap^'aase for 
ois olever faa «. Mltle C» case We log Cooke, tbe 
tbr«a-yeaiw«ld t|aasU«Un, Looked ohanalBgly 
pretty, and performed an <-ia»striaa aut with 
jr. it ik>II for o«e so go-. eg. Tba Ung^ablo 
ro.au t-Ua aketah af "i*fae R ding Laaaon tir- 
■iaatad tba evantBg'a auaaaaamt. 1M B»*t 
mstioee performance wiU b* to-njorro*. 

The Great Piclare SaUr. 

Tb o aapH'1 aala «£ piataraa by Caiifoimia artiata 
will tike p'ace on Wednesday Jaly Sod at the 
Bxiau of the Sao Pranaiaoo Art Aaa*etat*bs. 
Too aokstiaaW are now oo eahiasuoa irea e( 
charge There are msoy pictarea ia the collectien 
which will prove aa prccuble aad safe lnraat- 
aawnta ta their pnrchaien as rami eattta, saining 
stock or diamond*. 

Wood wars!' a fiardeaa. 

Ihtre are naatroaj attractions at theae gar- 
dens dally. There will be great dolega oa tba 
Fourth of Jaly. Iamrdislely after the arooeasloo 
th' Q ensue Guard, Fasillera Capt. H. Schneider 
eaeor'.is by tbe German Dragoons and other cem- 
paaiaa anil g>ea A— parade aad exhibition 
drill. Tbera will be a grand ball ia tba evening 
sod a display of i.swcrks with military teJSaad 

AJTATOMiaai, MreaTJM. — Ob« oJ tba aaOerT 

euapUta aoUaettoaa of tba kind 1st ton Darted 
-latea, eonnrulog bandradaaf ooatly aad baau- 
ilal amx models, is daily en view (to gentlemen 
aly) at tbe Museum on Montgomery itowt it 

k or aur b* arof tably aoeat hara- 



Illeglal. 

A lady who has fcwen reading Jaw ia in tba 
meet iotrful and agooislag doabta regard- 
ing tbe legaJitj of hex marital oosditioa. 
She aays, "Letter iea ara ilJegiaJ, and mar- 
riage is the greateit lot ery in li"e." 



An Abinrd Espial aaton, 

The Lceal BreTi'^g man of the AJU aayi 

that gettus pott \ ea ia Bohemian Latin. It i 
n.t. 1: ia dog Latin— A'.ttJjatin. 



Am Irreliarioma Bird. 

There ia a disappointed deacon over in 
Brooklyn, In hie early youth ha wae rather 
feat : bnt he got converted, and became a 
pillar of the churc'a. A few days ago tbia 
~d:-aoon bought a poll-parrot. He had been 
infomed that it could talk. Among tbe aailora 
from whom bebooght tbe bird, it h&dacquir- 
ed tbe eipreeeioo, "You can't atnff me," 
which it used quite liberally. Toe Aral day 
the Txeseoa owned the parrot it seemed a lit- 
tle melaocholy, aad did j't inform its mas- 
ter that it wanted a cracker. When ten o'- 
olcca at night had arrived, the daaaon ealUd 
bis family together for prayers, and he pi ton- 
ed ia with fervor, informing the "Lord-a 
that he and his hon;c-hold walked iu Hii 
waj-, that he waian hamble follower of the 
Son of Man, that all be possessed was His, 
that he put behind him all thovght of tbe 
Tanitiesof the world, and that he lived in 
the enjoyment of the contemplation of the 
beatitude of that home where the wicked 
cease from tronbliog and the weary ara at 
rest" Like a clap of thunder, the voics of 
tbe poH-parrot buret upon bim with jubilant 
eereems of "Too can't stuff me! Ton— ean't 
—stuff— met Ton can't staff me!'' Up rose 
that deion, with anger on his faoe and a 
bible iu his hand. "I ean't stuff yen, eh? 

Tllbed d if I oan,t. I'll wring yout 

blastedj ahattering teid off, and staff you 
with onion and eU yoa for diacer — eee if I 
don't" Aod the deacon, in his righteous 
iodignatioo, flaog the bible. nt Polly. Bat 
he dida't kill the bird; for a profane neigh- 
bar, to whom he told* toe story, give him a 
big price for it, and Polly still lives to hear 
her master relets theetory of the "deacon's 
last swear." 



Woman's Xttfirlits. 

One would thick that it was one of woman's 
rights to ecjoj u good a dinner as a nun, and 
pay the eies [lice for it. Nearly all the ree- 
taoxants "for ladles and gextltmen" in 8an 
Francisco have poorer faro than thou where 
gentlemen only dl^e. These is art Exoanzoit. 
At tbe Piobkzb P.i%7AVBAirT, on Washington 
street, at tbe corner of Dunbar Alley, ladles can 
ret an ex^llent breakfast, dinner cr Inxch, at 
a reasonable price. Henry Bockes, established 
sjnee 1849, provides evsiy luxnry tbe market 
afiorda. Both ladles and gentlemen And titers 
dishee to rie»;e tne moet epicuresn taste. * 



Twenty Thousand 

Papir Collars, all atylae, for sals cheap at the 
What Ohear Laundry, offloe 121 Leidesdorffst. 



Oo 19 ot Wutfer from Corns. 

Tbe nnfortanate suffer are from Oeraa, Bun- 
ions, Olnb and Ingrowing Naile, can find Instant 
relief by applying at Dr. R. H. Oowan'a btstf. 
tnte, 810 Kearny street, from 1 to 6 pjc We 
;~vak from experience, bs-rtjig te r ted the Doo- 
ter'a capability. BetereDoea giyer. Ureqnlred. a 



Don't Pay Other People* Debt*. 

Bat buy yoar f arnitoie and Bedding for oaeh 
of J, A. Shaberat Oj, 707 Market Street, who 
gives no one credit, so make no bad dfcbta and 
therefore sell fcr entailer profits, and less 
prices than any otber dealers in Sin Francis 



Frultand Confectionery. 

for tae very Aowt Pratt and Ooniectlonery 
go to 0. Wler** Fruit Baaaar, comer of Stock- 
ion and CUy Streets. Fine stock of cigars 
and Tobacco. •6w. 

3am Mooro, 

Formerly of Bass House Oarrlagea, can be 
onnd In front cf Coleman Bros, olothing ee- 
abUsbment, sonthweat corner Bu£h and Mont- 
somery sta., or Dexter Stables, Oarrlajre orders 
1 eft at either place promptly attended to day 
or night, at radnoeet rates. Pa 



Ladlei 'Vlaltlnsr Car<la. 

Written, engraTed or printed by Joaa P. 
Dwrxa, 12S SntUr street, opposite Lick House, 
and at the Grand Hotel. H. B.— HaJTDKXav 
cnxars yxxTLT aunzxn. Pb3iiaxbhip of every 
description to order. 



MODERN CmLlZATION. 

The Hew Tort Gr-pi: give- Tint to Its feel- 
Inn In the following lines, whiah will be nnder- 
■ :03d by all readers : 

TH* CHfitniaW OaTAUXa, 

It's only an Indun ■ qnaw 

Who** t axcaea my iword laid low; 
Owly a ih'-weli'd eeaip 

That hangs at my saddle lew. 
Their merest wreck of a home 

Lies smoldering by tbe lake ; 
One, two, three, four— all dtal— 

The white mao may drive hie stake. 
. 

Ho need to tmry her babe, 

Toes In interns flame; 
A child shall not LWe to boas* 

The* he> bore tbe Mod'-o name, 
Thestare to our flag are white, 

Aad onlT the whiten protect— 
Down with the spawn of heathen. 

We Uhrlatfens are the elect, 

lb- Bit If? Pshaw I Sunday talk. 

The chaplain preaches; we n.-ht, 
Heitbtr soldier ncr cit bow tn*u 

A eheek to the foe who ami tea. 
Have I ba'^e and mother* 

Tea, trot thry're white: and then 
This Is the acalp of a wolf 

Wheee cub might have murdered men . 



A Sarr Malta od. 

Eemebody is advoriiaing a preparation 
warranted to keep a lady's band free from 
obaps. Punch knows another way to effect 
this. Let her have it known thai she has no 
money. 



THEATRES ARE OUT 

GO TO THE 

Hot Sootcli, 

■atter street, near M.es\ray, 
And try one of their 

Hot Scotch's or Tom & Jerry's 



All PrlnUs Ten Cents 

raHtf JOS. D. BBJOGB. r towaie toi . 




For Sale-A Plnnger. 

TvsotT-twofeet Iocs by ten fast btaan. Sails 
Anchor aad Obaina— corsDleta ia every respect 
Well suited for A PLKASUBK BOAT The craft 



_ afcwand will be ao'dat a CRKAT BAh- 
GAIN. To beaeen at Meigg's Wharf 

ArpJyby letter or m person to "Obnb," Fioino 
Oftiok. je'.i-2w 



la naaxly i 
GAIN. T 



What all Ladles are aroma of. 

Ladies are -fond of whatever Is elegant and 
lirxnrlons all the world over, aod nothing ap- 
peato so strongly to their dominant passion In 
that respect ae a haBde;>me carriage, with sty- 
Ush appointments and spirited hcries. It is 
not to be wondered-Bt, thtreiore, that a lady's 
envy Is excited St seeing a mere wealthy mem- 
ber of her sex In a beautiful Clifenoe, or otbtr 
fashionable vehicle, with a proud, dashing 
team. It Is important to know that the Occi- 
dental Oavrlegee, which are tecosd to none in 
elegance, may be need by any lady in the city 
at any hosr for any length of time she may 
desire. This virtually places those who engage 
them on an equal footing with the most fortu- 
nate of their sex. aad aoeia) harmony i a there 
by established, Orders for these favorite car- 
riages may be left at the Occidental Hotel, or 
at Bonton & Son's stables, No. 1016 Btockton 
street, * 



Tbe Last Neva- gone. 

Jw—"M»tt 4 tTaa wiJ aa." 
Emerson Corvllle is my name, 
My business always is the same; 
Eastern Oysters, aad Fancy Boast 
Relishes these, that my bouse can boast, 
Safely these Bivalves to all I show, 
Ohlblgfaoht Oh! nigh obi 
None who have b ee n but again will go. 
Corvllle tays sol says sol 
Oa Hue Street, at Ho. *io, 
Remember the cumber aod call again. 
Visions of 8hell-fl--h in every style, 
Inwardly cause yon much to smile. 
Ladles with escorts there always go, 
Ladles gol Ladles go] 
Emerson CorvlUe's polite! and so 
3-1 They gol they gol they gol 



Saa Francisco Jewelry Hanniactory. 
D. W. Laird, 610 Merchant strest. Diamond 
Setting, Enameling. All kinds of repairing 
dene. Jewelry for sal«- <-p 



Removal, 

Samuel Swift has removed from 116 to 113 
Poet street. Sewing machines rented snd re- 
paired as ue-nil. aad gold cheaper than ever, x 



Bound Not to be Beat, 

Is G. Burkhardt'i motto. Fine French Oalf 
Boots rrsde to erder Hem 18 ic $10. A good 
and satisfaction gusranteed. Call at 640 Wasb- 
iLgton strett and be convinced, A full assort- 
ment of neatly-made goods always on hand, at 
prioee to suit everyone's purse. A bi 



White Labor Only ! 

Employed by the What Cheer Linn dry, 121 
Lcideidoiff street. • 



Polslon Oak. 

it ia new generallt known that the aet ; ve pricci- 
ple to which tne effscts of POISON Of.K ara dae 
Is a violatile acid called by chemists toxioodeadrio- 
acid. It is, however, notso wall known that DIOK- 
E Y'S OREME DE LIS is no: only tbs best avails 
able preventive, bnt will alio, by its nentraliainc 
and soothing qaalities, great'; relieve all dhtrefs- 
iDgsjmotoaai. 



S.F.BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

nooheelleri aad r*tntloa<rs. 
H. H. Moore. W9 Monuotnery, near MetcbABt, 

Uoalnesa Colleirea. 
Heard's, BryantA Strattoas College, M Post strest 

Batehere. 
Kata. Fred. Btalla M to 10ft, Oalifoiala-aaawawt. 

aaeaUats. 
H F. Pope, 6 Hintgomery Strut, 

Employment Offlce- 
Cbineee Eraolojment Oo.— Pierce A Co., 671 Sao- 
ramentoB treat. 

Preach Fnney Sjte>e>Oa. 
Locan A Oo., 19 Montgomery, 107 and 109 Butte*. 

Hair Jewelry, 
H. A. Oallindir, roannfaotnrer, 62 Seeend street. 

aaTsaaaaaa Hair. 
Sampson. A. B. A Cc, 110 Second strest. 

Searcher af Beeords, 
O. T. Gillespie. 641 Washington strest. 

Silver Frlae Dress Fitting. % 

htaae. Broawa, Ko. M Third strwea. 

Watches and Jewelry. 
H. A. Cellendsr 82 Saeond street. _ 

wratflteaara awad Paser ssaattrea-s. 
A. W. Wfaaldan, IS Geary street. 

Wines aad Llqc^rs. (Wboliamaa.) 
Daaerl V. A Oo.. 6M Froot 



BORER'S BITTER8. 



■«HK rSDEBBIGrTBD IS SOLE AG BNT DC 
California, for the sale of tbe above eele- 



W*L B. JOHNSTON. 



FIGARO 

IB "HEBE, THKKB AND ET ER YWHEBK," 
aad ia constantly maatlng a change of raadlie 
la the TheaUea, Traveling Conveyances, Hotels, 
and pabtio resorts generaJi». 



FIGARO 

CIBCTJLATES IS THE BEST SOOIKTT. IS 
pbaoed in tbe hax*la of nearly all who come 
ta tbe aty to make port ■v*es, and is therefore the 
beet of 



: FIGARO 

CIRCULATES AS HOUSE PROGBAMM3E 1H 
every Theatre in Ban Franoaao. n ^., 



FIGARO 

IS HAILED EVERY DAY TO ALL THE 
principal hotels ia California, Nevada and 
Oregon— tne papers left in tbe tbeatree at eight 
being gathered ap and saved for that parpoee. 



FIGARO 

18 DKTBJJBUTED EVERY DAY THROUGH 3 
eat the centre of the city, in all Hotels, Bac- 
tanrantBi Saloons, Stares and Ornate. 



FIGARO 

18 OrROULATED EVERY DAY ON THE 
Oakland PerryBoata to catch the passengers 
hat arrive by tbegreat Overland Train. 



GEBTET7DE M. GREGORY 

— CV THE— 

GREGORY TTEtOrTaPE 

Iare.aMt.dto oommaolett. imm.diat.lj with 
tb. DDdrnifDid. By M dol.geh, will b«iKxe. 
Ulisg gre.tlT to h- r »d„nti£.. 

J. H. HcCABE, Th.itrical Ae».t, 
j, 19.1m (20 W,.hington SlreM. 



lO Ctm. lO Ctm. lO Ots. 

Per GIbh lor the Flaeet 

Wines and Liquors, 

uid the Oelebnted 

FREDERICKSBURG BEER, 

— a— 

FRET*. G. WeNTWORTH'S 

SAIiOON, 

«01 D1BNT STRBKT, N. W. cor. B»o- 
jtvU-U. 



HALL'S 

P A R 

A^ R I 

R S L l 

S A A . 

YELLOW* 

DOCK 

AHD 

IODIDE of POTASS 

npUI BUT IFE1S8 MBBICIIX 
In m»e, r-mfle. the Slood .r all 



Cera BtaimeUia and Mereartal ralme. 
Sold br »H Bnnlitt. 



417 UlSIWI r/iBI. 

SOLE AGBNTS FOB. 

BB. FIBB1'* LAST CHAHCE ud 

»■• rBB»l'« T. JEBFOOT mil, 

Je-M. 



POSTERS, 

Progmautee, ead ell kind, of PrUUog for 

■BOW, LIEOTUBE, COITCIBT, TBI. 

ATKE and < IKL V» HAXA8B1U, 

AT LOW KATES, BY 

13. r*. sterett 

5a» ClAT STKBET. uU 



THOMAS W. BRER. 



^/* MArTTTFAOTtnaBSd^W^A. 

(jjg DHUBSjJMSJOS, ^*aVy 

OTHtB M C8IC AjC~ bl8TBT; M KJKTd. 

EBTAELISHED IN lseO. 



N. S.— Fin.-u>n.d DOr.r Solo Bujo. fos Pw> 
eedon^a ilnil on hutd. *.!* II 



FREE AND EASY. 

fiVBBT IATTJBDAT HICHT. 

Piano and Slrm-lnff ftt 8 P,M, 



CHARING 




SALOON 



60S aUaaloB street, near Seeoaa 
delO EAGLES A WILD, Proprietors 



MISS N. SCULLY, 

LADIES' 

FASHIONABLE HAIR DRESIER 

k Has Renoved to 
'844 WASHINGTON ST., 
Foar doors below Stock too stree 
Hairwork ot all Desorlotloas made to order 
Obsrires moderate. jell Iraat 




r, TEST -itr 
o oeal ted ,/ aW 
a.m. to Ve^ 



,d Traace Madinm— Oaabeeoos' 

■yo baslaees or aickaeesdaHv, from ISA. 
i P. at. Spiritual Circles, Sander, 'laesdar aad 
Fridsr evecinRi, at 5 P. V... at cer realdeace, 8SS?» 
O'Farrell street, aear Hasoa. m r .fi-lm 



Bar Sugar 

TOOK 6ALE-518 BJCAKHT STSKET. AT 
-T HSBOBB'8. M Alio, everf kind ol Oicdtea 

WbolM&leuidBet U. 

Bolt) M. A. BPBCEB. 



Lyon's Portable 
KITCHEN FURNACE. 






IN ITS ECONOMY OF OOAL AND 8TOVaT» 
as a perfect ooeker, broiler, toaster, ard flat- 
iron beater, ia a necesait* to evtry tooasekeeper- 
who wishes to rave tbs stove aad t«£t birds of 
thsfaelit cooeaaiea. It isoheap— S3 ». Oailaaa 
see it at work, at Stombs A Miller's, ploasbers. 
BiiE- fitters, tin, copper and stove store, oppoaite* 
Moxoire** Opera rjoase, «4VJ Waehington street. 
MAAO M. WATD, Agent of the Paoifio Ooosk 
•ba tiade snpphed. j«6l» 



P hlladelphia Restaurant. 

OHAS. T. BKBOOLD, PBOPBIBTOB. 



MILITARY COOOS 

GOLD AND SILVER THEATRICfli 
TRIMMINGS, 

aas Keitteaerr .triet, B«a Ka 

mblitl T. UaOGUB* JOHHBOB. 



*» - OalilornU atnet-K 



OYSTER GROTTO 

A clean and respectable Oys^se 
House fitted apporpoaaly tm "** ^, 
42 8 PIKE ITT BEET. 

Abtrr. Ui. O.llfomu>«««*"- °" 

"••"^•"J^Z^MtlllS, Praprl.tor. 



■•laV 



aKaararacd 



EDWARD PEEL & CO., 

aas aad e»7 iraaalaatoa atveet, 

LfAVat OPESKDA OOOKING ESTABLOSH. 

fJaTa^lL'BuVpaSls^ 

IsIOS AND SALOONS, od the mo t /eaionable- 
aeraaa. Lanches Seliverad fa any part of tba eisa 
free of obarga. Tbe pstrocaae of tba aalooaa ia 
tbe day ia reapaetfanj solicited. io71 m 






GEORGE 



rTIB« 



^dali kind, ol SIIEiIl FISH . 
Bulla Woa «•. *1, Aa. CelifonS 1 
Market, entraao. an OaUfomla ttrwt »— — 
PabUo or private parties aad funlliM hmiu. 

Ors+ar Beoas open from t jun . tol2tj» -tainiv 



5 -*■—- 

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J) 'FUMtSMEO ROOM' 

HO to ».0*p,r Met 




CALITOBlfU THEATRE. 



PACIFIC 



LA If REPORTER 



THIRD YEAR HI 




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ISSUED EVERY TUESDAY. 



Oolj Lecal Joaratl Pihll.bM WW 
of Ike MlMiMippl. 

Publishes all the California Supreme 
Court Reports. 

, 



LORD DUNDEART 

"OUR A.1WH51FIIO-A.1V OOXJ»II^J ,, 



IT IM Rill |1V>U T«K (OHDIM. INMUI. 

■but or ran pioFmion Aa A 

RELIABLE AND INDISPENSABLE AIO TO 
THE PRACTICAL LAWYER. 



J. P. BOOARDUS, Publisher. 



rviLtrrTioa ornci. 
No. oaa Morobaat Street 

m*.n FiuHciBco. 







BSSfBtSVYSSS •*> .miifTiA* 










RaJeTttABD 

oarr DS a*...t« 

ofll 


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HAY a.»Rl I'TH 






MiMtXllK r. |Afj AM 
■ISS M -«OlR MOOSR 






















'VVi tTAVLftY 


•sulla r 




rassis stam.st 


GRAND EXTRA MATINEE, JULY 4th at 2 o'clock, UNCLE TOM'8 CARIM 


"ONLY 


BAtardejr AlUrsooo. July Sih bi 3 n'clofk 

DUNDREARY 


MATINEE." 



SFBOIAIj ItfOTIO 3EJ." 

MR. MeOCLLOUQH beg. to Infcrm the public throwing to 
Unavoidab.* return to Europe, 

I^OniD DUNDREARY 

0*0 obly be performed 

W O 3F1. S13t lVICrBETS 



f f 



Bis Lordrbip* 



BROTHER SA 

Will ttorefore be produced on MONDAY EVENING JULY 7th. 



J J 



Reserved Scats Can be Obtained During the Whole Engagement 



WEST END '"TEt 

■tr-tic 

I 

Smokers, Rejoice 

■ ■ . ' — • .-— . 



-<3TJ CAN 

AT TAB 



Custom Bouse 

CIGAR STORE, 
518 Battery Street. 

HAVANA 

PLANTATION! 

....AT ... 

&7 jjor H\aja.<a.r©<l. 



The; Hmoko Hotter Ihnn moM of tl 
High-priced Imported Cigars. 



IMITATION PLANTATION, 

S4 SO per IX-uiri.ca.roca. 

A GOOD CIGAK, 
AdiI Made t»y Whtto Men. 

PIjANTATION 



ORDERS FROM THE INTERIOR RE- 
SPECTFULLY SOLICITED. 



K. H. McClellan&Co., 

51B Battery Street. 



CALIFORNIA INVENTION. 

5 m ' % > 






-FOE- 

SEWING MACHINES, 

DENTISTS IRQ JEWELLERS' L1THES, 

Tali law* nt Ion can. b« applied to tbo operating 
of Ail kind* ol Bowing Jtacolnaa, Dt-ntuU 
end J.welleea La tha ■ Ite sltup'l Ity I| 
oDly i qn aletl • jr ii<t ti uracil! J ; 
It iTold* toe a»o t if the tread- 
is, which I* on recefal 
Ahd iBjnrloaj. 

■^Application mado by tbo Agent* (or the 
fioinc CK»»t, 

SAWYER ft WHELDOlf, 

633 WmihliifctoB Street. 






AZTEC PINOLE, 

MAD£ JTHOM PABOHED COBS, 
33 
Aa a ratgalar article of food. 
Aa a dl«t for .lyHprpHrw, 
A* a food for children, 
Aa a regulator of the bowel*. 
Aaa thickening f r tuupt, 
For broadlns entleta and flab, 
I for ttao use of mlnr ra, 
I t*ii r th* ■»* of proapeetora, 
IFortaoaao •fhunt-ri, 
[Par the maw of camp* re, 
r p»r th* maa> «f plot, lekora, 
For (Ho •** of evorrbodf. 
A oocfiatSBl lanob, alwaya raady at* 
aoatat'i aatla*. 

Aak T«ar Srotcr far It, 
Retail irooara anpplleel by any wholaaalaar •? 
bf * 11 * AZTEC COMPANT, 

SIS Saoraa^aaa.fH^MNBj, •«. Fraaatao*, 



MeDAHIEL S THEATRE 

oaiTiim. wTomso. 

THREE GOOD VARIETY WOMEN 

l»T»l««l total aut will tad tl to ttoir >d,M- 
upMm UulH OMUoM* to MmnovA with 

o I - a. K,nAiiinL, 
.,, imImKI. oh««uhWfo>iiw. 



On Jackson Street Lot —Positively Last Week ot the Circus. 

The Great New York and New Orleans 

MENAGERIE CIRCUS AND MUSEUM! 



On.o Tioliet AdxriJ/ts to a-ll n?©n.ts. 



African 

and 

Allan 

ZEBRAS, 

0HAHOI3, 

KANGAROOS, 

IBJiX, 

Moudrills, 

M0H1I0N 

PORCUPIBE 

BABY 

ELEPHANT, 

GORILLA, 

Inchenmon, 

Foot I una 

Lions 




CACE ' 
-or— 

PEFORMING, 

LIONS, 

Mammoth 

African Tapir 

a Pair of 
Boyal Bengi) TlgtH, 

a drove of 

Batriclan 
CAMELS , 

Bnow-wbitf) 

'COCKATOOS, 

LLAMAS* 

JAGUARS, 

OOALOT. 

GAZELLES. 



A Programme of New Attractions for the Last Week. 
One Hour's Exhibition of Animals and Curiosities in first' Pavilion. 

''Monster Python" largest Snake in Captivity, 21 feet long. 16 inches in circumfrence. weight 149 lbs. 

The LartfMt Family in Mm w«rld, MJIIANE JAMBS «nd HER TWO SONS, Combined Weight 1, 601 1 * Lbi- __ 



ENTERPRISE STALLS, 
UNION MARKET, 

Howard St. bet Third & Fourth 

lint* beon opanad with a Ohot^e 8 took of 

Groceries, Teas, Butter & Eggs 

All personate wa-tof c^ioloa goorta at raa-oda- 
bleratn-, would do wr IMiy .■ulliim nnd Paamtnlnc 
ihrnu-.l'tuBiio'l pricea < ffor.d at them aUlla. 
Ibe KuO'l-i Arc paro bated for oteh oirnut from au- 
pirt«rF, and ben.tr auld for ouli onl- bii« prioea will 
lie fv coTHptt. j i too. -nd nil ih»t ia aaked ia a trial to 
-nt-infy i nu ri.'ai* - f latriilru- that w-'et "■< "latein 
true, both aa to the qnality acd prlono <if «Ond« of- 
fered for jour in-pnuMun. All article" aoarat>toed 
aa r-praseuted, cr nmcoy refunded. Uave mada 
*rriLH»,'i t;i (!':■' fir rooelpt af oboloaot Raooh Iktter 
Ohaeau nmt Hk<«. Uoflaaa af tbe floaot growth 
around dally tttbn t.iall-. Will add a fair of atu- 
prlcea thatyon may aeo we inland to do what »' 
■ t:l. Oar prloea will alwaya ba governed by tht 
mar kal : 

Hatket Taaof tbebea* qwllly Mot* 

Japmo Tea, c«o-1 quality, new crop W'ota 

ttla U kT»a,itooduaality,rewotop .-.,..... ••••««• 

Sosara-b.at qualiUea white A, 1 -, lbs for f 1W> 

Y.itl'o*ii«r... 8oaaa farSIUO 

Waabinit Powder 3 pfcaa lor SfcoU 

KalBioe .... o IbafOr 100 

Ktoe. beat quality Uble - 11 lhalorlOO 

Hoap.beat quality u U-, par box ,-.... 1» 

Soar Ur«ebara 10 Iba 1 » 

Apples, orlad and ilteed 10IU10U 

Hiini, ^h»aldere and Bacon. <he finait branda 

linportodbyratl, par poond \t)£ WlSot* 

Ksea, warranted, p»r doa ....Joota 

Jionela/aUodflab, Eaataro S Iba SI » 

Ooffae, ground dally, par -potted 2&ota 

Don't forget to call and examine our goods at d 
prima. No trouble to ahow good*, 

Allwea-kTaa trial. j26--#t 



PART SECOND. 

In the Circus Pavilion. 

Performance: In the Evening at 8 P. M. 

kXD W«D»MDAT, 'BIDAT and SATUBDAX AlleniMM »t J ». M 

l.-ovnrrnBx. job. r. obikn, imtcut. 

S.-OBASDOAVALOADI,lDlnHlule> OmtU, nartn.Vriiu. 

Fool.,, etc. ArceiUa. Qudmlli S, DAUE8 end OAVALIKB* 

8.-BBOTBIKS VA» ZAWDT lie TWK1B OOMIOAL BXOBHTBI- 

CiriKS. PAS L«» DEUX 00M1QDA8 

4.-LITTI.E Ol.AHENOB WBLBT 0OOBJE. (I ,e«« old) An* .ah 

roiPoni BurrKB»fcT 

S _lllDAIBGYB'ATi6ilB....,.kj the T»«»ked VAM Z»»rB«OB. 
T.-BEADIirOL DABI8H DAOIIO HABB DAOMAB lutredaoed 

\a «ISB KATE OOOKE 

..-I1ATA0- A«m ■^.^^.^"fi^Mte ADBTUI 

• t" »«.d »y mow. ««o. a, coNcaJEix. 



lO.-H 1RXI KtLDI COOKE IK HI* HIM OHA.I- 

I.INOI ACT. 

11.- THE LEAPING STAG ARD OOWIO MONKEY BIDEB....... 

TraiDfdecd :otrodno«d bj Henrr OeoM. or 

1B.-THK BUT ILIPEA1T, (hl« u-,I»I)P««™bc« bifore 
OBeadieaee), Xatr-duoee DTBlBkeeparG.org, Ooaklln 

BA|.-Pr »r.J A t. P^l^i^^^^^^^^^tiaga 

To eooelade with the leacheble BaBBBtrlaa 8k.ua 

THE BIDING LESSON, 

Or, Papa and his Son Johnny. 

■,. M . Thoa. MoEntlr.. 

Ifo=BV^ii-8.a"v."-:::::::"""^:. %*"4».°8S: 

RmIdi 111 tar 

SecrjUry 

.,.,„ -* prl*«a.— Admlaaioni to the whole Show S10O. Ba- 
■r^OmMea^MtrA OhiWran h»lf under 13 half prlof. 
W. W.Oola, Haaagar- W. R. Hajdan. Preaa Agent- 

Oaxriage. in*T U ordsrsd Id tos BTWaing at 10 o'oItMk.; 



Attention, jbrooa Livers! 

MR. P. BHRGEB. FORMKRLT 
proprtator of tbe Hlnora' Res- 
taurant, baa taken tha management 
Of both tbe Mlnere' Hearaorant oa^ 

gomawroial atreet and the Btlnera'ai 
ttwb OO Market atreet lo partoa»blp with .AOL 
A.DBAYEUR, who baa been oonneet>ed«»htna 
Arm for yeara. ImproaoTiefita bare been made lav 
the ouiefn«depArtme.i. that wili randes the Ml- 
nere' mote popular tbaat It baa eTorlxsen dwaaT 
tbe 32 yeara af ita proeperity. Oar BiH* of Vaanv 
amb—*>e ail tba deUoaouia of tha aeaaaa, 9m 



motto ia "Good JTan, Good Oooki ng and h 
! "* * P. HBBS1I A 0©. 

MINERS' RESTAURANT,, 

SSI and SSS OoiaunewbU. aaa* j 
T«» Market etreat. 
Onao rom I A.H. to W P.H. ■»»•«■ 



CALIFORNIA AND NEVADA 
VOLUNTEERS, 



HOftORABLx- DIS0HARG8DKOR AWY 
oaoae.at Drum Barrio ara, or any other. 



plaee o»ar IU0 mllae fro at place of enliatmanl 
are entitled to additional TiATel Pay. 
Apply to, 

J. R, ROBINSON. 
•IS Hontgomary » treat 



i 



PIPER'S OPERA HOOtL 



THIS ELEGANT VHKATBB HAE 
deooreted. Bed eeabBrratedbel 

SoeeBUr m eti S irtlll 5 < j^§ ^['j 




r 



?» 



— u 

JOURNAL OF AMU8KMKNTB. 



.fnbUshed e*ery D*» *n ths Year by 
j I*. IB O O -A- » X> T7 S 

A I 

6>3* Merckaat and 5tt4 Waahlatft" St* 

Below Montcamsry. 8" F?anols©o 



TUESDAY JULY 1 , 1873 

2.500 FIGAROS A DAY 
are circulated in the Cir- 
cus. "Figaro" is the only 
Programme for the "Great 
Show." 



AUi t 

A uaw drtmttio pip or is to be iVirted here 
io ■ f«wd»7«.— AKa. 

Wontd it ba tooraggettire to ask where ft 
ii going to when it is started ? "We cannot 
alwayj sometime! tell." About fifteen "op- 
position?," to Fioabo hare bean itarted, bat 
they all sleep in their little grayoi. 



Broke hla ErcBiffmnt, 

Jim who in theexcelleuce and rariety of 
his gymnastic and acrobat to ptrforBQAEces 
was exoelled by few of tbe great artistes 
engaged at tha New York and New Orleans 
Equestrian and Zoologicil Eipoeiiim on 
Jackson street, bsa broken his engagement 
witb the management io tbe most abrupt 
stye. Tbe miuner of it was as follows 
Tneoage was being cleans! one day last 
weak, and Jim sating tbe door open made a 
break for liberty. Jim, we may here state 
w.tQ propriety. Id a* monkey. Sites tbat 
memorable day when Jim once more as- 
samed t e god-iike attilodeof f re adorn and 
a monkey, (equally with man) he has paid 
nocttirnat visits to the menageria tent for 
tbe pnrp ,se of eating the e rumba whioh fail 
from tbe well-snpplfed cages of the animalB 
A ad instituting forays on the sw=et stores 
of the candy butcher. Jim has taken the 
International Hotel for his home, and ii now 
the sole oceopant of that onos popular hou=« 
• f entertainment Mr. Colols unsertain'asto 
Jim's plans for the future. He does not 
know whether ha will renew bis engage- 
ment with the Great Sbow or if bid inten- 
tion ba to eat tie iuCalit jruia, Some of the 
still imprisoned monkeys save peanuts, 
oandy and othsr choice artiaUs of food for 
Jim, who has falsely represented tbat he is 
engaged in perfesting a plan for freeiog 
them. Saveral times when the wanderer 
has returned, a grand ohaee has been insti- 
tnt-jd f jr tbe purpose of oiptaring him, but 
tu erery instance Jim h s proredj too agile 
for his pursuers, and hss mads good bis 
escips to hid hotel. He will probably remain 
there and will at le .st escape the disgraoe 
•f being oxnibitei to the inhabitants of Ban 
Jose. 



Ow Fourth of Jaly. 

We were not wrong inanticiratiogaquiet 
Fourth of July at San Joss. This»moroiog 
we reoeiTcd an enve'ope bearing tbe po.-t 
mark of that town cootaiuiug a band bill 
wbiob we re-produo?. Whs»nt it to "Fi- 
oabo," we dont know. It may have been 
tbe Mayor or tbe edi'or of the Meioury. 
We can assare our readers that it is nothing 
devired by usbut aotaal y came from Ban 
Joee:— 
POUBTH OP JULY CELEBRATION 

— DC— 
SAN JOSE. 



■Corns, Bunions, InjrrowlDjr Nail a. 

A perfect cure warranted bj Albert Schoen- 
wald. 127 Second tire t. 4-bi 



Ttie Best BemedlGa. 

Dr. Perry's Last Chanoe. tor pale. Dr, Per. 
«y*s Webfoot Pills, for all billons complaints 
For sale by all druggists. Agency, 417 Sansome 
street, cemer of Commtrclal. • 



C*Hotosrrei> ii lo Caius. 

At one dollar per dozen at tbe Peoples Art 
-Gallery. 34 Third street between Stevenson and 
Mission atref t. a 



•Btavr Shirts ana Collars. 

All sorts and sizes, for ea'e cheap, at tbe 
What Obaer LanndrF. 121 Leldesdotfi" st, • 



■Ooofl Frews. 

My customers and the public era notified 
that tbe opt nine of Montgomery Avenue will 
awt necessitate my removal, bnt tbat X still 
fceap tbe largest, best assorted and cheapest 
•took of men and boys clothing In the city 

Also gr^at bargains In gent's furnishing goods 
Cranks, valises, hal* ote„ Call before pmchae- 
ng. H. Peyser, 719 Montgomery street, first 
i north of Washington 6l. 



fourth of July. 

atraogera. Ladles A GrenHeman. before yon 
tears tbe city, vlalt the Carpet A Fnrnitnre 
Emporium of JOHN 0. BELL nearly opposite 
tbe Grand Hotel on Market st. Alio folding 
Chairs, Camp Stools. The Weed Ca*p t 
Bweeper, A ths finest assortments of Laoe 
Curtains In tbe State. ep. 



Cl-we Hundred Men Wanted 

Immediately. To send their washing to the 
#hat Cheer Lanndry, Hi Leldesdorn* st. • 

1>Ollt BoadThls, 

For If yon do yon will sp* nd all of you* 
-money boylng yonr family dress-itood', hos- 
ieries, table-dob*, children's outfits, etc, at 
the cheapest and most fashionable place In the 
etty- Fried lander A Oo's, Ko. 9 Third street* 
Hucleus BuiidlEg: 8tH- 



Geo. Haae.&; Co. 

i Ths great Gandy Emporium. 20 Kearny St 

war Market. ^ 

JE>\ibiic Accommodation. 

Wishing left at the office before 8 a. ii., oan 
Tte returned In the evening if reqolr.d, we 
never disappoint! What Cheer Lanndry, 121 

Jjeloesdorff street. ' . 

Pratt's A iiion Oil. 

The People's Remedy for all Aches andPalns. 
Crystal Samp'e Rooms. 
■*■ 

rhe Crystal, alive to the wants of the com- 
munity, baa imported direct. Sxrwano's cele- 
brata* Scotch Vhtbkt, whioh all true lovers 
of good l'quors will sample i/wiw. BriodyA 
Dunne, proprietors, S3B Sacramento street, bo 
ween Montgomery and Sansome. &o 



GRAND AFFAIR ! 

The contributions below show tbe lib*jr 
ality and pa'riotism cf the •ommuaity in a 
manner never equiled on the Paoiflo Ooiat: 
The City Government gifes - - - $0.00 

•• " Offiaiala gives - - - - 0.00 

" Fire Dep'L ecaicely done begging 0.00 
POLITICAL OAKflDATES: 

Bepnblicana, *0.00 

Demcorats, (eaoh), 0.00 

THE MILITARY 
Will leave town for some Foreign Port, on 
free transportation and ru iplits famished 

THE "COOK' 
Will furnish the ass ol bis Oardsn for the 
consideration of $75,00. 

THE FIREWORKS 
Are donated by our influential Chinese oiti- 
zens, eonsi^ting of 50 bunches of Fire 
Crackers and one empty barrel. 

Bells will be rang at the different 
Churches 

FREE OF CHARGE, 
And any person may be allowed to fire a 
Neitonal saluta eotside the City limits on 
giving bonds for any damage tiiat may there- 
by occur. 

THE "BISHOP" 
Will famish transportation to tba "Cook's' 
grova 10 cents per bea3, [tie indigent fiee] 
wh'cb, and tbe mn ic, will bs paid for by 
subscriptions collected outside tbe City. 

Tbe above programme, if well carried out, 
will set an example of Patriotism to tte 
rising generation to whisk they will forever 
point with pride. 



oysters, 
In strolling round the other night. 
To look at 'Frisco by gas light, 
unr careless feat, by chance did stray 
To wnere a fountain's ceaseless play 
Of sparkling waters, made a Boieen 
Tbrongh whioh a sweet bonqnec waa*sesn ;■ 
While mossy stone and pearly shell, 
O'er which the waters softly fell. 
Made tbat winaow re&m to be 
Home fairy grotto of tbe sea. 

oiop," said my friend, "let's go In bare- 
It loose so nice — and try then; cheer." 
"All right,** I said, "I must agree 
That this place suits me to a 'T.'" 
No sooner bad we found a seat 
Than at our side a waiter neat 
Made his appearance, asked our wish — 
Said tbey had almost any dish 
Tbat we might name. We found It true. 
And cooktd m+ffnijicatfl}/, toe; 
All kinds of oysters, juicy, fat. 
Cooked every style; Jnet think of that. 
And If your month don't water, than 
Ton're different from other men. 
They'd olamsand orabe and terrapins ; 
In fact, we found they bad within 
That cosy place all kindB of game. 
Pish, flesh or fowl which we corJd name, 
While every dish was, I am sure, 
Prepared to tempt an epicure. 
Tbe ladles, too, have found, 'twould seem, 
That they have here the best loe cream; 
So here they flock, the little sinners, 
To get what tbey call "en-h nice dinners,'* 
Whoever donbts this let him rush 
To three hundred thirty-seven Bush, 
and there this troth he'll find made plain: 
Who goes there once will go again. 
Pacific Oyster Bouee. S37 Bueh street, above 

tfont£Omery; open Day and NlshL 

CHABLBB HAAEE. Proprietor, 



Pratt's Abolition Oil 
Cures Rheumatism an! Neuralcla 



Prasta. auau JSweet. 

Fsr the best confectionery, r* to Oaatx and 
Wagner's. 107 Monreomerr St. near Suttee. > 



W B. Skellensertfer, 432 Montgomery Street, 
Seal Estate, FaroUhed H-ases and Boom", 
Select Boarding places, rents collided. Furni- 
ture baaght and sold. So loses op pott unities. 



A great variety of Tlrs and Bows, all styles, 
lust received at the What Cheer Laundry, 1*21 

LeLdesderff street. • 



.AjSSI J-t. Waugoiuan's 

" Chlgago Beer Depot," 628 Sacramento street, 
between Montgomery and Betray. Tbe cele 
brated " Chicago Lager Beer,'' and the best of 
liquors. Dally loach, with lobster salad and 
other delioacles, prepared by tbe epicurean 
George Butt. Beer, 10 cents. Regular Ger- 
man lunches, caviar. Swias cbeeae and sand- 
wiones, serred to order. To lunch at Wauga- 
man's Is ran thing. 5.j 

Pratt's Abolition Oil. 

Cures Lame Back and Parabyaia, S>l 

CLAiBioxAirz.— Madame uiara Antonla, ths 
Clairvoyant Physician and Independent Trance 
Medium. 8)3 Kearny street, bet. Bush and Pine. 
Consultations in English. Trench and German, 



A. Pleeoan t Locacion, 
* Parsons desiring c«m*ortable lodgings in a 
Osntral location, shonlc visit the Alhambra, 
and inspect the fine suite* of rooms to let there 
Tne building is a very fine one and is well 
lighted and ventilated. _ 

s 
Or. Barlow J. Smith 

Is giving a conrs of Free Lectures to Gentle- 
men on Seaial Physiology and Nervous Dis- 
eases at his Hygetan Ball, 637 California street, 
every Friday evening, oommesotngat 7 H o'clock. 
1 Dart of tbe evening is devoted to examining 
and prescribing for patlebts.. Dr. Smith gives 
phrenological examinations In regard to health 
to invalids daily, from 9 to 4 r u , free. w 



Dental Work. 

Fob ftkest QOiLWT or wona, go to T. O. Jae- 
anp, dentist, cor. Sutter ma Montgomery, over 
S-u 



Tucker's. 



McDowell, Show Card Writer 

Beady made and made to order. Boom 10 

608 Market street, cor. Poet sod Montgomery o 



Free ox*X>a>«g;er. 

Thslatssttsasatoa bolog worked up bj the pa- 
perals founded en a report that affentlsman be- 
oameioaoalated withdisease by smoklnga eigar 
nads by a Chinaman. Tboaawhodo OOt with to 
ran a aim liar risk can avoid It by pnrshaetBg their 
elgara of H- SatllH at eltbt r of his stores 330 and 
•£2 Keirsy Street. Mr. Sutlifl manages to sell oi- 
gars maie by white men as cheap as otbera aeH 
Oblasie olgars. Hraialesaie laraeand be iacoa~ 
Uot witb aanall prafit Though eizUso years in 
bsiioess bs b\« nevsr empltiod a Oblnese oigar 
makor. from cocoisctioai ooavlctiani, and never 
intend* t ■> do so. Now let thos* who are io samsi t 
in their oppoaltloe to Chinese cheap labor prove it 
bygivlng tbalr patroDago tione who practioa'ty 
F roT*a bi» principle?, and at tbe same time avoid 
ths tats it tba ooforiaoe' e «on t!«m*o wba smoked 
a eiga r whioh had bean beslobbered by an unhealthy 
h atht« ^ T 

Tbe Wliile Hosts*. 

Tbe Whit* flou-e la thronged every afternoon 
with ladies, tbe majority of whom have come 
from a distance and consequently must need 
foae refreshments. Do these ladles know tbat 
directly opposite tbe White Bou«e 1b tbe White 
Hod b BxerausAKX. T.ls Bestauraut has Just 
been re*fitted and enlarged by Mr. Merer*, the 
proprietor, with a sptcia] view lo the oomf.rt 
of ladles. Be has taken great care to keep It 
select, an 1 tne refreshments ere first-class, *6w 



Jr. Wohcrty 

Has devoted his study more particularly u. 
;hronlc and epeoiOo practice, and as such is 
now the mo»t Bucoussfnl of any Physician hi 
ten Fracolaco. Office 619 Sacramento street, 
jomer of LeJdesdorfi, a few doors oelow Wbai 

3b»er UotiE*. r 

Everybody »uit«xi. 

There is no end to the multitude of fashions 
in hats. At " Tan" fiat Store, 647 Washington 
street (second bat Btore bele* Seamy), all tbest> 
urw styles can be found. The sto^k is Immnnae 
—the prices axe reasouable, -Every ons who 
xoes there hi sure to he suited. b 



We get no bmlness frum Chinese, and we 
employ none to do our work, at tbe What Cheer 
Lanndry Office, 121 Leidetdorft* atreet * 



Pratt's Abolition Oil 
Cures Stiff Joints, Sprains and Bruises. 3-l 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



DIVIDEND NOTICES. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE 

i an Francisco Savings Union, 

No. 533 California Street, 
Corner of TPe.b 

FOB THB HALF TEAR »HDINQ WITH 

30th of Jan., 1S13, . dividend QBB been d.clBred Bt 
the rite of DlDe.od six tenths [9 '■ 10 < per oea. per 
ftuQum on torm deposits, sod elKht (fl> per cent 
por t,a jum on otdinary deposits, free of Federal 
Tax, psr.ble .a »od af t- r lit. of Jo ly 1S73. 

Br ordsr, X.OTILL WHITE, 
JTl-xmr Csbier 

The Greatest Wonder in the 
World. 

A MERMAID! 

A REAL, ACTUAL, NATURAL 

The Slret»»e«t Wond •*• ntid Niilaal Co. 

rl-.l'Tofihe A»e, Science **><fflvd nnsl 

Theiii-nit MimfonnfJud, Its ticuai 

hm hce.. e>tobuihed liv m-.m 
learned SfittDrn'tsts ■■> .h'» conn- 
try. Will be on EiblkHlunforafew 
U .3 ■ only, ut 

PLATr S HALL. 

This JSTenlas-. 

AdmifBlOD 15 oecitj 



MARKET NOTICE. 

~ he f'nlirnrnln Mrnktl will remnin ouen 
onTHDRaUAV Ja'y 31 notil IS P. M., sad remain 
CLOSED on FRIDAY Joly 4th. 

THOMAS BROWK. Bnpk. 



B.P. O.O. SEALS. 

— THE— 

INSTALUT10H OF OFFICERS 

Will take vises st the elated 

rmeeting to oe h*ld oq TUE^bAY 

5B.P.O.O.Sj^ ij1 * v . lat *t two o'clock P. as. 

t Apollo degrse will be conferred on 

A. W. BARK, 

G. S. O. 8. 




m.mo,rs,lt.ib:e, 



STEPHEN MAYBELL. 

Oommedlaii; 

PsrHot winning talent for city or ooubst can 

ens (r« tbe ian.6 by rnddrsseiorj s note lo him at 
fcblsofBos. j >Mm 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



CALIFORNIA THEATRE 

Mr. John MoCallouRh Proprietor »nd Manager 

SPECIAL ANNOl'NCKMENT. 

MR McCULLOOOH b*gs to inform the pnbllo 
that oi-ina to 

M.R. SOTHERN'8 

UoaTotdable return to Europe, 

Lord Dundreary 

Can only be performed for 
His t-ordtbip's 

UROTIiER SAM 

Will therefore be produced on 

MuND.T JULY 7th 

RESERVED SKATS etn be seoursd during the 
whole eogLgemart. jeV8 



FLAGS! FLAGS! 




A Splendid Auorlment Selling off Cheap at 

STERETT'S, 

533 Clay Street. 



Liverpool and Great Western 

steamship Company, 

CARRYING THE TJ. 5- MAIL. 

TIGKETS SOLDlo AND FROM 

T IVERPOOL, QUEENBTOWN. ^&52%. 
±J Uindonderry, Hamborch, Brameo,,2ia»asaifc 
Htvit, Priris, Sweden, BeLgiom, Norway and all 
Earopean citiss. 

ThlsOompauy has arrangemeota with tbe Oom- 
mlraionerot Emigration and Railroad Qompaolee 
at New Tore, by which passengers are promptly 
forwarded to ths Paelno Cca.-t. 

For particulars apply to 

D. B. JACiSON, A B ant, 

mi20 lm «3 8 aCo n t re o mory ati-ect. 



Parisian House. 

fSA.W BiFAEU 
ONE BLOCK FROM THE RAILROAD 



L. THORIN, Proprietor. 

FURNISHED ROOMS 

....ASTD.... 

H. estaurant. 

First Qnallty of TVlnes. Lln- 
■ori unil Cigars. 

BOARDERS .TAKING BY WtEK OR MONTH 

my271m 



THE OLD 

xxot sooton, 

IS Merles Street, aenr Kenrer, 

.A.11 Drinks Ten Cents 

Hot Drinks a Specialty. 

THE BEST TOM iHD JbRRY II TOWN. 

Always on file the New Tork Herald, Harper'* 
Weekly, FraDk Lealie'a, Day's Doing., Polios 6a 
zette. all th« California papsre. also London 
Panoh, Bell'eLlfe, Illustrated London News. 0*1) 
and satisfy yourself. 

ear- Don't forget the sign of tbe Hot Scotch. 

f«7 tf W. 8. WALDRO«. Proprietor. 



R. F.OSBORN&CO., 

Importers and Deal, rs in 

Wagon Hardware 

761 MARKET STREET, 

WOULD CALL ATTKNTIOB TO 1HR1R floe 
etook of BOLT8, WASHKR". IfLTt.. AXUttS. 
OMd .t.J 6,1, r HOB BANDS. LAMPS, sua 
TIPS, fall assortment of MALKAfiLE. RIV. 
E TS, «te, 

— ALSO— 
Depot of Philssdolplila 

CARRIAGE AND TYRE BOLTS 

ie?«-a» 



*-if.EB jtaAsTXa Tg» a «j-ct- 

....E7KBT.., 

Saturday E veiling^, 

AT EIGHT O'CLOCK 

AT THE OLD OEIGTKAL 
RED UoN.lt> Geary street, 
where you osn hs.e HOT AND 
OOLD DRINKS ol tbe .ery best 
qoality. The "O'd Sport," ie sl- 
iTSysoebtod. Drop in. 
DATE MUNDES. Proprietor. 




OPERA HOUSE, 

_SA.JST JOSE. 

This theatre will ba leased on liberal t-rmifor six 
months or by ths year loan ezoerienoed manaaer, 
ba-ioes rr qa<noK mj absence from Han Jobs. The 
hnnisoanaowne rented by thenigbtor wiefc on 
low terms. 

BEATmO CAPACITY 1,200. 
O. IIOHAIKA, Prssrleter, 
SAir JOSB 



FOURTH OF JULY. 

XH71ilte iSlairrts 
Flremen.8 82xirtai 

Calico 8h.lrts 
Over Olilrts 
Cllecli. elairtr. 
Under Sliirts 

And .11 kinds of Faroi-bice Goods and Toilet 
Article • st tbe aio.i setiafectonr prices, at tile Old 
8l.od.No. 3 Second Stre>t. 

BENEDICT & CO. 



HARRY MYERS, 

Affent for bitobiogs at l-rsi's Scbooi Sstchsls 
for liora sod Girls. V. in cell st rosideaoee. 
ie-M-ta 



DR. LEE CHUN GEE, 

CELEBR1TRD 

Oulneme PbtyBlolan. 

101T DOPONT STREET, 

Between Pacifi. and Jetckson St.. 

pores .11 discs. Modes t. ob.rg?s. i-13.ini 



WANTED. 

A Leading man, JutsqjIo and Comedian. Tboss 
who on make thsmae'*rs generally nssfal and 
traTel for a sura bat low salary. Variety talaat al- 
so wantad. 

AddreFS, C. A. LEWIS 
LIVBRMOBE, 

»LAM>*DA CO.. OAL 



GERMAN PIANOS. 



THE BRST AND THft OHEAP- 
tst. Sohranb'tailteri*; Oo., A*snta 
'or the eelt brated Factorisa of 
Blathnar, in Leipzig, and 8oto.«lp, 

:* eieri'.Av M.KuEr. 'P^a 



White & Kearns Combi- 
nation Troope. 



«fo. i» Jsesle Etrwt. 



PICNICS, EXCURSIONS, ETC 



S. F. and H. P. B. R. Co. 



CHANCE OF TIME. 

THE CHEAPEST ROUTE TB THE BEY8IHI. 

N *. N Ji,4F T E K JUN K U 1S73. THE STEAM- 
, °'*«J fi ''OP«.«<>»°eotio«.tDoo«i.Li,": 

leg with the 6eo Prsooisco 4 North P.olOo Rstu 
rjsd Oompsri. for Oloyerdele sod ell Intermedi.te • 
etstlODB .illlejre hso Fr.noisoo dslly (8ondU. 
exopwd), from Froet street * hsrf. .t 2 -30 p I, S 
;»' D| !'. '•>• trsio will les.e Olorerd.le stl'liu 
6:t» o'clock AM, cooorotiog st Doo.ooo .ith the 
ete meracd arnrlorio S.e Frsnolsoost UKiO . Sf 
lbs etesmere end o.rs make eloso oonascllons 
with stages to sod from all point.. "."■»■>»■» 

SUSOAY EXCURS ONsTt REDUCED RATES. 

Learo Ban Fr.noleoo at 8 A. M. every Bonday 
arrir oe at O or.rd.ls at 1 o'oloo. p. M. Betoroloi 
will leave Olovordale at 2 o'clock, arriving inBii 
Fraaosco at 7 o'clock. This will .llow ,,o," 
eiooiete eeverul hoars at any of tbe place. .Mai 
to. lice of I he ro.d. For all ioformatioi nil, \\ 
the Oompstry's offloe, 496 ftsootflOmerj straet- 

Oeaodafter Jsrj 1.1. ib. Steamer .III I.e.. 

o&.K'iT.Tsl'J 10 -*"-' "» ""■ " IU '•"• 

»P' 8 FETKR DONAHOE. Prerideot. 



Badger'sCentral Park, Oakland 



TBHSK BBAOTkTOL GARDENS ABB NOW 
open for the seatoo, and many of tbe most 
popular 

PICNICS - 
Will be held there. The attractions are ntrmsr- 
oaa. SKA MHO PATiLION. MUSEUM. GYM- 
NASIUM, Skating free on week days. 

Admlnlon J5g c* m * m 

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PIPIfAX 

TbU Tonic la so Har-relon. In tie ef. 
feet, that It U etsled thiouailsoat Ba. 
rope 

Magic Bitters! 

It StreDgthens the uervea! Kestorea 
Tonth and Ueatlb! Give. Vj C or to the 
Intellect, aid Renewed &Creos;lb. and "VI 
rlllty to the used and laai m, 

SOLD EVERYWHERE. 

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DR. JORUAK'3 

GREAT ANATOMICAL MUSEUM. 

And College efftf edlelne. 

10 000 . BE *PW^ AND rNSTRUOT- 
Pnbho DAY AND NIGHT, at KUatEKA HALT. 
» 18 Montgomery street. FOB MKN ONLy. 

a»-Da. Jobdah'h PsrvATa Omoi is at »xi 
Uri-TTBtroBi (oppoaiteold Meahaoioe' Pavilion.. 



IT'S WARD TUVTEJS 

....THEBEFOBB..,. 

SAVE YOUR MONET 

BT OOINO TO 

THE PALAGEOF FASHION 

ANOTHER FXOnEMEBT ABOUT THB 
ra . ?"w '.*<"•■ l»*.oot)ol .tr.it, opposite the 
Grsnd (jotel Ololbior, of tb. Utes> iod most 
ra.hion.ble styles «!.(•. »o order. I h'aper aad 
bettor than at an, other booae in the cite. 

NOTE THE~PRICES. 

Pants.... from $6 to SI 2 per pair 
Suits .from $25 to S90 

f. Invite the inspection ol the Obeloest'Oood. In 

tbe market, 

A. MORRIS. 

JVo. XT' Second Street, 

J 17 Im Opposlle Brand Hotel. 




The treat Xenlc and Appetizer. Wmr 
Sale Everywhere. my 9 3m 



J. C. COMBES, 
TERRAPIN XsTJTSCtt, 

Car. Second and Tehama streets. 

r-Terrapin oomlantlj on band. 
Ojstars In erery st'ls. PRIVATB 
SDPPBB BOOMS F")B PABTIE8. 
dec Slim 



CANDIES. 

ALL HATDm OB THB FINEST r CAND. 
nude at our Steam Oandy Factory daily. AU 
orders, especially from tbe oonntry, are solioitsd 
and will be promptly attendsd to. 

OANTT A WAGfTBB, 
1 (*t VoT>tcorr*rTji>t_ nunr Hitt*' 



hLUAMBRA LODfifNG HOUSE. 

th*U FINELY FUR"VISaED BOOMS, SOI- 

TTfi ele or In snlta, 

WeU n-laated aad TaatllAtad. 

Dnlnro isQsd Booms to 1st. f ^^r*"sr wtas 

or wltbcnt board. ALHAMBaA BOiLDri»G 
■ir 5»«b straaf. "jtoM tf 



VARIETY TALENT WANTED 



•V.A. BIBTIBS, 

PIOOOB WITADA. 

Address, 

81H't IfEOMAM", Brrelaees Mansrsr, 
jell If VARImiES. Ploohe. H.T. 



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CALIFORNIA MINSTRELS. 

Billy Manning, Frank Moran&Robt. Fraser 



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OLD TIMES REVIVED" 



T»P XWI M *"%'£*£ ■** ' ^ 

MISS LAURA BERVON! 

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MJR. & MRS. GREEN, 

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THE OTHER FELLOW. 

'» t rv»ap With*r-*rt** 1 Oap- Biaapard OOnoBpici 

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To i—alt^i vWa Better* rnwr'i Trio* Pea to*, late, Tb« 

OLD WOMAN who Lived in the SHOE 



The Old Plantation! 

Wail Kellr an I Tommr Rree 



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. ...HARRT THOMPHOW 

CHAR LP- ii^p 

TOMHV RO.A 

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Scene a.--Magic Change to Mother Coosa's Village. 

CHABA0TEF.3 IV MOTHER 0O08EQ VILLaGH 
TOTJUT T*a31LVtr ThfTpr* -km. i't#-wwdi Olotrn ROBRT LFRASBZl 

M ASVKBT R.t W. Ih- Old Wonu *hi lira J to • atao., »li*rw»rd§ I'.ut.Josn IK US n a K*r 

Lirri^B B »T RLOB. iliir-irdi PiMd«« .... UK. ftKLHOH 

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HOr*.0'M\-THH«lB HAHTKR UHARI.KS 

UP, ati.rw.r1a i-nncaaa HIHH l MK|,R WJI.I IAMh 

O <D0K8- O* TRUl H. ariAo ar«« . MISfl PaHKT OfKSOX 

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lr Ball p*p Htaralif Mott««. BCBNB B.— e«rt)ea, >*«• *i> Drm by M'llr Marie OatvajMlti n**I 

Mm*. U.Bla.p T . KCKNBt.-LUk Uoo.e »«<1 WkH. IIont«. IOBRE D.-Puctle BCre«A 

•r MaopllghU BOBUB B.~I*»rlor »t latch lion.-. KOSNB IO.-A Patalllaw 

■ccme. mVTJtr. U.-Tm »^.. A »<■■■*>. BCEltJ. IB.— Plato*. Unit. 

BCBMfi IL-QUANI) HINIOBIPAL TAHLEll 

Washington Crossing* the Delaware. 



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Orossocl In Lovo 

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Th. wood.i fal lod PopnUr Aprotett la thalr Qrwt Acta. 

"•"•- Mania Mi. «l.lr 

Faaaf P.wrrt , Mosg aaal D*a«« , 4 .Baala Robta'.a 



Choice Songs Min* Laura Hervon 



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Itallad 



Mlaal«PIHaiar« 
....Maujajie Krlla* 

loo Dlsaa 

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1 ha GraatMt Myatar/ of Ui. A«a 



Oanad ard Fxhiblt <\br Men*. Kallfi 



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Ovartnra 

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III* at Teatral Park. 

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0*i»rfar* Orchestra 

To aoaalotfa with tn« ' 

STATUE BLANCHE! 

Matae br Zadia Lafoallaa 



MODEL LOI'BIXO HWIAM. 
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TRUNKS AND VALISES 

SOPKRIOR, 0U8T0M-MADR|W0RK: WAR- 
ranted atrooe and dorabla, at areall* radroad 
Jprloaa. J. CORIlf. Traok-makar, '23» MoDtnotnary 
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PRINTING DRAMATIC, MUSICAL, LECTURE. AND 
EQUESTRIAN AGENCY, 

Rooms 16 and 17 OiiO Wushinffton street. 




SPECIAL NOTICK TO 

Picnic and Ball Committees. 

WE IRS PREPARED TO FUBJTIBH 
BAJSOH and ORUH.E»rHAS ootspoaad of 
the heat mnaloian* in the Bute, nnr'nr compe- 
tent leader*, at fair retee. 

•ST The Bailnaaala-TanfaraanU «f Dntnitlo or Maeioal BntarUlamanta, FBTBB. PIOHIOB 
ate., atund.d to. 

■BTAtl Dnatneta antrnated to a* will be eraooted with promptnaii. No ehareei nude exoap 
faip.rrtOp.aot.-JI, p.rr.m«d. BHU^MIBAJE COBBTI e% OO. 



MIBS MINNIK WALTON. 



TWO JTKOT DBABAH, 

la prepared to aooept •OfagamtBtp for 6 or 12 
alfbta oomrcenotnr in Jalr. 



^ STILL ANOTHER. 

OWIWO TO THE SOABOITY O? SALOONS 
on Bo*b atreat. I hef to Inform mi friend. 
aad the pabllo that 1 hara ooosad tb* 

NEW HOT SCOTCH SALOON, 



....AT.... 
atraet, be tori 

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All Drinks, Plain or Fanoy, 10c. 

Ooneootad fe tbo beat ttyle and of the 
Poree. Dqaara. 

CM AS. » riLDHAVir, 



BANGER HALLE 

(8iagsB'« hall,) 

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WDR. AIKIN 

^T Ooraa Recent i»ad Chronic Dlaeaaea of tha 
EYE, BAR, THROAT, LUAOS and HEART— Oatarrb, Oraf- 
□aB8, Diaobarcea from the Kara, Weak or It named Kjea Uoaxh *. 
Uebilitr, r-'piiny.-, NearaiRla, Kbeumausn.. Djapapsla, Pitei, 
Sorofoia, Dropsy, r to. 

latidlea, married or elngla, asanred apeedv, aafe onre of 
Irre*QlnriLlea. Pain, Bappreaaloo. weakoeaa, Prolap.na, .to.. 
atuniitr. Ovarian and other Dlaeaaea reoiediad. AVOID 
DRUGS. 

I'Arcera, Totnora. Went and Marka aklllfnllv remoTod. 

mm- ah Oonfldential Uaava KaUhfaiiy Attended. 

Tnntfae uad Men. no matter what thei're road or doa- 

Tfd.oan raly on aora remedy of deformltr, debility, or die- 
eate weartnc pn bndr and mind. No qnaokory or deception. 
Heat meant knoaa for rapid, *aay oare (..oidinjr, dancer, a of- ' 
farlog, eipoanreor loaa of time) of obatloate and ap«olal dia- 
• asea aitbo^t maronrr, pol.ona or oaaaeona drug*. Oompleta 
oare (where all other* fail) of worrtoaaaa and an/ ayaptom* 
leftfrom bad treatment oraagl*0L -*a 

FreaOonanltatloni. All Uedlolnea, etc, farniahad. 

Call, or writ" yoor oaae. Addraae, N. J. AIKIN. H. T>.. 

aaroffloe, GO* Kearny street, N. E. Oorner of California 
■treoti ban Franolaoo, Oaf. Jot* 





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WITH—*— 

No. 1 Spring Beds and Hair Mattrassea, 

AT THK 

BRANCH HOUSE, 

•M SAN.OMK ST2EET. COB. CUT, 
AT 

IMfty Oanta per lVlpIxt, 
And Lens by tbe Week. 



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L. i. E.XLL, Proprietor. 



PIONEER SHOE MANUFACTORY 




THE MOST AXJOA WT QUITO M T OU UI IP. OK 

Been St, Maynard, 



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TBE JO USUAL OP AHUSEatrST*. 

th»d erer, Dw is tn. Year by 
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OS* aT.rebMl and CSS Waab-lactoa rt*. 
Below Mootronoiy, Bu 7renoi*00. 



WEDNESDAY JULT 2, 1873 

AMUSEMENTS, Etc" 

California. Theatre, 

Another lBioi«ua*.t I ITS* End intensely fsablon* 
abl*a.die%c«aissea.b>ed lest night, wtien Both- 
Crn rntda bit tDPM«-e« " ^^ Dnndr»atr. 
**Oor Astsricao Oowlo" will be plaj'd every 
night 1M1 wsak, and i the matinee an Palorday. 

Tflt foirtb of Jq1> ' mallcee p*rform»t)0e *'M 
conelitof 'UocleToms Cable. 
Alhauibrd TbeaUre. 

Billy M&n-iog and Freak Meran are great favor- 
ites with .III public Tiro auah ecd man bar* 
oarer been seen loi etfier on tee sttge in tais city. 
To* pinlomtms last nigat was judiciously 
prcntd. the flrelpart of 'be icVroioc'.orj icena 
bales Oat oa>. lb* iocs* >• Hide* witblooal 
alluaionsand a\Ai on tbe topics of Iba day was of 
eottrse retained, and look wall. Tee oeniMjusnes 
of tola preaing was, that* be aadiacoa col boma 
to bad la good lims after so.) oyiog a oapital evea- 
loga Mt«rUii.m(Dt. A foil performance Will b e 
i i Troon is* afUrooson of Jn'r 4.b. 

B*lla I'nloB Theatre. 

Miss Laura Bervoc, too latest addition to tbe 
company at tfala popular Tarlaiy theatre rain 1 
mneb applause and intoy aaoorea nightly. Fred 
Rltcht i* a great favorite in "Lavs Among Bis 
Noses" and other soaga mete popular in this city 
by Billy Fxur^oa. The pretty lit le comedy o. 
"The Status Blatehe" wtt4 Mil* Z. die Lascelles 
aa the atataa cooelndaa ib« performance. 

Bmkii'i'* Varieties!, 

Mad Buckley and Frank atortimore make great 
Inn at tbia boose Miss Ida Fit k Is torig and danoa 
Mias Letlsa and Gscrge 0. Tbompion in special, 
tits, aid mmi o'bers is a neat bill. Taxunpson 
whole really a vary clever performer baa made a 
great fait In bit rpecia ties. 
Tki "Great Show. 1 * 

There will bi an afternoon perform aaes to-day 
at 2 o'clock, and another this avening. Little Cla- 
rence Walby Cooke and bts pet paay Batterflr 
eacfla a very pl«uiar acDiatioa, kfiss Kate Ctoki' 
is a model of grace aad elegaa.ee and rides cnar- 
minglr. the California Glows William Worrell 
appears nightly. Prof. J. L. Davii introduce* hie 
performing dogs, Prof Ooakha goes into tbe lion 
den and altogether a performance of unexampled 
variety rid excel lane a is given. Th r> will bean 
afternoon performance on the Fourth, 
The Grcti Picture Sale. 

Tbe aaoml sale of piotarss by California artists 
will take p'acs on Wednesday July 2od at tbe 
Boom* of tfas Ban Francisco Art Association 
Tbs palstinga are sow os ezblbitlos free of 
charge. There are many pictures in tbe collection 
which will prore aa profitable and aeie invest- 
ments to tbeir purobeaers as real estate, mining 
stock or diamonds. C9 

Woodward's Gardens. 

There are numerous attractions at tbese gar- 
dens daily. There will be great dolnge oa tbe 
Fourth of July. Immediately after the nrooessioa 
tbs German Gnard, Faaillers CapL H. Schneider 
eecortea br tbe Geimao Dragoons and other com- 
panies will give a dress parade and exhibition 
drill. There will be a grand ball ia the evening 
and a display of .be works witb military tableau 

AJrATOxnoAL Mcsetjm.— One of the most 
campiste collections of tbs kind In the United 
a tales, comprising hasdredsof costly and besu- 
■ Lfnl wsa models. Is daily on view (to gentlemen 
■nil) a: the Mas-tain oa Montgomery street As 
k or mar te profitably soent bare. 



Woman's itijfiits. 

One would think that it wu one of woesd'i 
rights to ecjoy as good a dinner aa a mu, and 
jay the tame trice for it. yearly all the res* 
tariranls " for ladles and gentlemen" in Ban 
Francisco have poorer fare than those where 
gcu'lemia only dloe. Thibb ib an isceptios. 
At the PlodBXh BxeracHAyr, on Washington 
street, at the corner of Dunbar Alley, ladles can 
get an ex-tlltnt brat f&ft, dinner or Ion oh, at 
a reasonable price. Henry Bockep, established 
since 1849, provides every iuxtiry the market 
aQorde. E-th ladles and gentlemen find tneri 
dlebtt to fifcaae tne most tmcurean taste. * 



Twenty Thousand 

Fapsr CollarB, all htyle?, for Bale cheap at the 
What Cnear Laundry. ofSoe 131 Leide jdorff at. 



r>o 19 ot Sullor lrom Corns. 

Tbe unfortunate anffcrGre from Oerna, Bun- 
ions, Club and Ingrowing Nails, can find Instant 
relit j by applying at Dr. B. E. Oowan'i Ineti. 
tute. 31u Eearny street, from 1 to 8 pjg. We 
■»**»vk from experience. ha7tng If ted the Doo 
ter'i capability. Beiereneee gives Urequlred. H 



Don't Pay Other People's Debts. 

Bat bay your fnrnltnre and Bedding for oath 
of J, A, Bb»b;r t Oj, 707 Market srreet, who 
gives no one credit, eo make no bad debts and 
therefore cell f<r pm.lWr profits, and leas 
prices than any other dealers in Sm Francis 



A|rreed. 

A miuister h d a negro in hifl family. One 
SQDday, when be was preiching, he hap- 
panedto look in the pew where tbe negro 
was, and could hardly comain himself as he 
saw tbe ne^ro, wiio coaM not read or write 
a word, scribbling away mce: ioda^urioae'y. 
After meeting, hs md to the negro: "Tom, 
wfe£j were you doing io tbe chorea? ' "Tak- 
iog cotss, maasi. All de gemmeo tikes 
no'.ej." "Bring yonr Doles' here ard let me 
u$ them." Tom brooght hie KSsw, wii : c'u 
looked more like Cblaese tbaa English. 
Why, Tom, tbisisa!laODSeDee.""I th u^bt 
so, must, all tbe time you was preacMng 
it." 



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Btigbam Young faye he will leave his 
fame to posterity. Bat he will leave sach 
a large pjtterity that it ladoubtltsa if there 
will be fame enoacrh to go axoaod. 



Por App'nrance Sake. 

A clergyman wae utterly s\;ook«a when 
adminis^riog coneola'^oD io a dying High- 
laud man to be fised if there "was any 
whisky in beareh?" And hair apologetic illy, 
"Xe ken, air, it's not that I care for it, bat 
it looks well oa tbe table.". 



TTrist the Sa.bba.th wee mate for. 

Some one having asktd Henry Ward 
Beecher whether it wes wrong for a person 
who is busily engaged all the week to walk 
or ride out on tbe Sabbath, tbe divine thus 
responded: What is tb a Sabbath lor? Neith- 
er for work nor for exciting and wearisome 
pleasure seeking, bo*, primarily andebiefiy 
for rest. All tbejries of Sabbath keeping 
that make it a burden grievous to be borne, 
or a dsy of revelling and excitement, are 
la antagonism to tbe true spit it of Christian 
Sabbath keeping. Bat how shall we rest? 
Not, surely, Imprisoning our restless bodies 
and minds in tbe foor walls of a house 
Best Is not mere inactivity— that is often 
more tiresome tban toil. A weary man wto 
eojoysgieea field* sod fresh air with bis 
family on Sunday is not guilty of any wroDg. 
Tie Sabbatb of severe inactivity was not 
ttngbt by Christ, wss unknown even to Ue 
Pbari-ees. and is a burden which neither ire 
nor our fathers were able to bear. 



"Have you Goldsmith's Greece," was ask- 
ed of the clerk in a store in whioh books 
and various miwellaneoBfi articles were sold 
"No," said the clerk, reflectively, "we 
haven't 'Goldsmith's Greece,' bat we have 
some splendid hair-oil." 



WHo in Sfcu: 

Thomas, surnamed Newcomb, wrote tbe 
address for tbe opening night of SM-l's 
New Opera He use. It was long enough and 
generally pretty smootb. As opening ad- 
dresses eo, it was good enough. We are not 
going to criticise it, but we want to know 
who Thespia is ? "To- fair Tbespia as bis 
offerings." We have heard of Thespif, the 
founder of tragedy, but Thespia we don't 
know. Wjb she sister to Theepis, or wbo 
the deuce was sbe ? Will tbe poet laureate 
of the new tbeatre please explain? 



Line upon Lfne. 

Pub Docs are dying easy. 

Dulutu is still ics fringed. 

Beaureguard is looking old. 

Ugly girls are rare in Tienns. 

Hddae juries are of the first degree. 

Eentocky will bold a few county fairs 
this fall. 

Timber planting U Nebraska's enthusi- 
asm now. 

A son of Mrs. Hemane is BriiiBb Consul 
at Buffalo. 

Walking in Central Park is becoming 
more fashionable. 

Dark aage green and light bine are a fash 
unable csmbioation. 

Polooaisej of guipure Uce are tbe latest 
street extravagance. 

The Hell Gate improvements ooet four 
millions. Hot eucugb. 

An Atlanta verdant paid $5 apiece f.r 
Etrawberry trees— which yield mulberries, 



I^jrolt and Confectionery. 

Fcr :rieverv finest Fruit and Confectionery 
gotoO. Wier'd Fruit Easaar, corner of Stock- 
ton and City Streets. Fine Btock of clgirs 
ar.d lotacco. *6w. 

t3n.ro Mooru, 

Formerly of Bass House Oarrlag^s, can be 
:ound In front ef Coleman Bros, clothing es- 
abiishment, southwest corner jrufh and If ens* 
gomery ns., ox Dexter Stables. Carriace orders 
1 fit at either place promptly attended to day 
er bight, at reduced rates. ra 



Ladlee Vlaltlnir Carls. 
Wrlr'n, encraved or printed by /bus P. 

Dwtsb, 12C Satur street, opposite Lick House, 
and at the Orand Hotel. H. B.— Haitdexb- 

omsre bbai imssxd. FKxaUKBBrp of every 
description to o rder. s 

We get no business from Chinese, and we 
ei_ploy none to da our work, at the What Cheer 
Laundry Office. 131 Leldefidorff street. * 



Pratt's A boil lion Oil 

Cure* Stiff Joints, Spr&lns a-d Bruises. 3-x. 



Tbe Wbite House. 

The White Bon je is thronged every afternoon 
with ladies, the msj3rlty of whom nave come 
from a distance and consequently must need 
aosoe refreshments. D: these ladles know that 
directly opposite ihe Wnite Hou»e is the Wans 
Hon b BxBT.iu»*.NT. T.i9 Beatanrant has just 
been re-fi^tea and enlarged by Mr. Mejtrs, the 
p'oprietf r. w.tb a special view to tbe cemf rt 
of ladles. He has taken great care to kaep it 
select, an! tne refreshments are flrot-class. '6w 



T>r. Doaerty 

Has devoted nia study more particularly to 
anionic and speclne practice, and a-; su=h Is 
now the most succeEaful of any Physician In 
Sen Franclaoo. Office SID Hacramonto street, 
somer of Leldeadora, a few doors nelow What 
rjheer House. T 

Everybody «Su.it*r<l. 

There la no and to the multitude of fashions 
IB bste. At " Thk" Bat Store. W7 Washington 
street (second hat store below Kearny), all these 
nrw styles can be found. The stock la Immense 
—the prices are reasonable. Every one who 
goes there Is sure to be suited. b 



San Francisco Jetselry Manufactory. 
D. W. Laird, 610 Merchant street Diamond 
Setting, Enameling. All kinds of repairing 
dene. Jewelry tor sale- i- p 



Potalon Oak. 

It ia sow generally knows that tbe aet r ve priooi- 
ple to wUeh tOs effects of POIiOX OiK are dse 
ie a Tiolatileaeid called bj ohemiats tori cod end rio- 
acid. It is. however, ootso wall knows that DICK- 
ER'S ORBME DE LIS is cot onlj ih« best avails 
able preTentitiTe. bat will also.by it5 neotraliriDg 
and eoctbiog qual.tieB, greatly relieve all dutrers- 
IcgBjrmptome. 



That's If. 

Tbe Alameda County G izette has the fol- 
lowing: 

"More impudence frem Figabo. Io one 
colnmn ia a stolen article palmed off for 
original, and in tbe next is a reference to 
bra ids.'— Alta." 

Tbe difference: Several columns of 
stolen arliole io tbe Alts, and no reference 
or symptoms of "brains." 



Absurdities 

To mak.9 yoir eervants tell lies for you, 
aud afterward be angry because they pal) 
them for th?mielve». 

To tell your own secrets, and beliete 
others will keep thorn. 

To fancy a Uing obsap beciuse a low 
p;i;e is asked for. it. 

To say a man is charitable because he 
ent, ^cribes to a hospital. 

To vote for a cindidate at an election bo- 
oauso be shakes bands witb your wife and 
admires the baby. 



Disappointed Lowe. 

It was Wednesday evening, and she 
watched from tbe wicdow for her beloved. 
There wss a look of anxiety on her face and 
a fan in her band. She wore a diaphanous 
dre^s and had a wen on her nose. Sbe stid 
to her little brother, who was sittiog on the 
stoop and trying to tie a knot in the cat's 
tail, '"Henere-, hare you eeen Ghawles this 
evening ?" "Yes, I have," said Henereee 
"be was a standin' on tbe grocery corner 
chewing a Caroliner pertater, and telling 
the fellows around that he wasn't a fool. He 
wasn't agoing 1 3 spend all his money a cart- 
ing a gal round aud treating her to ice 
cream. He was goia' to see the elephant 
I guess he won't come to night. You ain't 
an elephant, are you?" Henerse wasn't at 
all happy when hie sister put him to bed 
that night Iu fact, Heneree is of the opin- 
ion that it doesn't do to tell a gal all that her 
fellow Bays. 



Hiss Anthony is willing, not to say anx- 
ious, to prove her ftrarlesseness by stindiog 
' fece to face with Satan." How about Sa- 
tin? 



What all Ladles are rond of. 

LadleB are fond of whatever is elcgtnt and 
luxurious »J1 the world over, and nothing ap- 
peals io strongly to their dominant passion In 
that respect ae a handsome) carriage, with ety- 
U-h appointments and spirited hcries. It is 
not to be wondered at, thtreiore, that a lady's 
envy Is excited at seeing a mere wealthy mem- 
ber of her sex la a beautiful Clirence, or other 
fashionable vehicle, with a proud, dashing 
team. It Is important to know that the Occi- 
dental Cs'rlages, which are (econd to none in 
elegance, may be used by any lady in the city 
at any hour for any length of time she may 
desire. This virtually places those who engage 
them on an equal footing with the most fortu- 
nate of their sex. and social harmony is there 
by established. Orders for these favorite car- 
riages may Deleft at the Occidental Hotel, or 
at Bouton at Son's stables, Kg. 1016 Stockton 
street, • 



The Last New Song. 

Air— "Moet A CTanden," 
Emerson CbrvUle is my name, 
My business al ways is the same; 
Eastern Oysters, acd Fancy Boast, 
Relishes thes*, that my bouse can boast. 
Safely these Bivalves to all I show, 
Qhlhlghohl Ohlblghohl 
None who have been but again will go. 
CorviUe (ays sol says sol 
Oa Pine Street, at No. 410, 
Rememb-T the number and call again. 
Visions of 8hell-n\h in every style. 
Inwardly cause yon much to smile. 
Ladies with escorts there always go, 
Ladies go I Ladies go I 
Emerson Corville's polite! and so 
8-1 They go 1 they go I rttey go I 

Removal, 

Samuel Swift has removed from US to 118 
Post srreet. Sewing machines rented and re- 
paired as ucuil, andsold cheaper than ever, x 



Bound Not to be Beat, 

Is G-. Burkhardt's motto. Fine French Calf 
Boots made to trder frcm 38 U JiO. A good 
and satisfaction guaranteed. Call at 5*0 Wash- 
ington streit and be convinced, A full assort- 
ment of neatly-made goods always on hand, at 
prices to suit everyone's purse. in 



White Labor Only 1 

Employed by the What Obeer Laundry, 131 
Leidosdorff s'.reet. • 



S.F. BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

I*onU**»;iera and altnllon^re. 
H, H. alo.. aery, near iU: chant, 

liti«tne*a t'ollecee. 
Heald'a, Bryant! Strattoos Coli»ge. 24 Post etreat 

But cb era. 
Bats, Fred. Stalls 94 to 100. California- Marfcat. 

Sentlats. 
H F. Po^, G Montgomery Street, 

Employment Office. 
Chinese Employment Co.— Pierce 4 Co., G2T Sao* 
ramsnioetreat. 

French Fancy Snorts. 
Locan a Co., 19 Meetgomerr, 10? end lift Sutter. 

Hair Jewelry. 
H. A. Callander, manufacturer, 62 Second street 

Unman Hal r. 
Sampson, A. B. A Co., 110 Second street. 

Searcher ef Heeorda. 
O. V. GilleBp-e, 6il Wasbingtonstreet. 

Sliver Prize Tjreaa Fitting. 
Mne. Broase. No. 34 Third BtrstU 

~Watcbe» and Jewelry. 
H. A. Oallender 61 Second street. 

Whlteners and Paster Dtfcaera. 
A. W. Wheldee. .22 Geary streeU 

Wines and Liquor*. tWnoleeale.) 
Danerl F. A Co.. %4 Frost 



BORER'S BITTERS. 

THB TJNDEBSTGlffBD IS BOLE AGENT IN 
Calif. Jnia, for the sale of the above cele- 
brated Bitt rs. Ha ia prepared to deal with 
Merchants and Jobbers 00 the moB* reasonable 
tarma. WM. B. JOHNSTON, 

jnllla 48 . California EEreft. 



AFTEsl ijrlX 

THEATRE8 ARE OUT 

GO TO THB 

Kot SootOb., 

■alter .ireet, aear Mxmrmj, 

And try on. of th.ir 

Hot Stotch's or Tom & Jerry's 
AJl Drinks Ten Cents 

ml.tf JOS. D. BRIGP9. Proprietor. 




■ »« 3- 







r££*LA*a i ^.,Ais7: 



:^m 



For Sale— A JPlimfirere 

Twaetj-two feet loog br tan feet beam. Sails 

Anchor and Ohaine — complete in every respect 
"Wall Bailed for A PLEASURE BOAT. Tbe craft 
iE nearly new and will be eold at A GRE AT BAH- 
OAIN. To De seen at Meigs's Wbart 

Apply by letter or in person to "Ohnb," Figabo 
Office. ^ >ei5-2w 



FIGARO 

IS " HERB, TBBRB AND EVfiRYWHEBJE." 
and ib coDBtantl; meeting* a change of readers 
Id tbeTheatiea, Traveling Uonveyanoee, Hotels, 
and pnblio resorts generally. 



FIGARO 

CIKOULATBS IN THE BEST SOCIETY, 18 
placed in tbe hai*tsof nearly all who come 
to tbe city to make pan. vei, and ia therefore the 
beet of advertising media.. \ uc~a 



< FIGARO 

CIBOULA.THB AS HOUSE PBOG] 
every Theatre In San Francisco. 



S 



HAEL'S" 

X l lA ' 

np r» I - 



s 

YELLOW 
DOCK 

IODIDEof POTASS 

rpOt BUST 8PBIHS MEDICIJTB 

la n.e, Fnrtfle. tae Blood off all 

aaorbld. eorrcpt and Import matter. 

Gore. Rheamatl.m and Mercnrlal Talna. 

Sold by all Brncrl.t.. 



Assuror. 417 IAVSOKE aTBUT. 

SOLS AGENTS FOB 

DK. FEBBT'I LAST CI1IOE and 

OB. PJBBI8 WBBFUOT PILU 

i»-i» 



STB 



and all hinds ol Printing for 
•HOW, lierTEE. tONCEBT, THB. 
ATSB and CIBCTJS KAHADlOn, 
AT LOW BATES, BT 

^. F 1 . Steiretrt 

5aa CLAT STKE3ET. mkl 



I MATfUTAUTtmBB 
— A1TD— 

BBPAIIIB 



THOMAS W. BREE. 
SIIlVEH I'aj^a.TEH. 

$$ DRUMS^MNJOS, 

OTH£B MUSICAL DiSTBUslENTs, 
EST AJ3LI SHED IN 1.000. 

SS»- Lesson b riten on the Banjo and Drain. S>A* 
MISSION STREET, between First and Second. 

N. 3.— Fine-toned Silver Solo Banjos lor Pro- 
essfonals alwajs on band. ial5 tf 



FIGARO 

IS MAILED EVERY DAY TO ALL THE 
principal hotels io California, Nerada and 
Oregon— the papers left in tbe theatres at sight 
being gathered np and Beved for that narpose. 



FIGARO 

IS DISTRIBUTED EVERY DAY THROUGH; 
oat tbe centre of the city, in all Hotels, Ree- 
tanrants. Saloons, bUrei and Offices. 



FIGARO 

IS OIROULATED EVERY DAY ON THE 
Oakland Ferry Boa ta to catch the passengers 
bat arrive by tbegreat Overland Train. 



GEETEUDE M. GEEG0E7 

— OP THB — 

GREGORY TROUPE 

le r^qieft'd to commnniCBta imns dintvlj wiih 
the nadrraigned. B? eo doiogshe will he.rsoaie- 
tb'cK rr^afy to h r advantage. 

J. H. McCABE. Theatrical Agent, 
j^l9-Im 620 Wa-hiDgton Street. 



IO Cts. IO Cts. IO Cts. 

Per Glass for the Finest 

Wines and Liquors, 

and the Celebrated 

FEEDEBICXSBTJEG BEEE, 

— nr— 

FRED- G. WCNTWORTH'S 

SALOON, 

601 KEARNY STREET, N. W. eor. 8a3. 

je-]9-(f. « 



-V 



0YSTEE GE0TT0 

A clean sad respectable Oyfrfei 
House nttedTtppniposely lor Ladle*' 

428 PINE STREET, 

Above tbe Cilirornia Market, between Kearny and 
Montgomery Etreete. 

A.aV. MANXING, Proprietor. 

jol4-'ra 



FREE AND EASY. 

«TIBT IATCBBAT JtlOHT. 
Piano and sinslns at 8 X>.BX. 



CHARING 



+ 



SALOON 



(JOS Mission street, near Second 
delO EAGLES A WILD, Proprietors 



MISS N. SCULLY, 

LADIES' 

FASHIONABLE HAIR DRESSER 

. Has Removed to 

'SAt WASHINGTON ST.. 
Fonr doors below Stockton etree 
Hairarork ol all Descriptions made to order 

Obarges moderate. jell lmtt 




MRS. EGGERT, CLAIRVOYANT, TEST -y. 
and Trance Medinm— Pan be consulted a/ m^ 
3D boeiness or sicknois daily, from 10 A. at. to *f> 
i F. m. Bpiritnal Circles, Bandar, 'ineade? and 
Friday evenings, at 8 p.m.. at ber realdenoe. fJ»8?» 
O'ParTell erteet. ne&r Mason. m IS-lm 



Bar Sugar 

XfOB SALE-518 KEABIY ST8EET. AT 
MEiiOEB-e. t. Also, every kind of Oandiaa 

Wholesale and Re' iL 

•on-tf M. A. MKBOKB. 



Lyon's Portable 
KITCHEN FURNACE. 

IN ITS ECONOMY OF GOAL AND STOVE, 
ae a perfeot cooker, broiler, toaster, and flat- 
iron heater, is a neceaatty to every bonaekeeper 
who wisbee to save the etove and two-thirds of 
the fuel it consumes. It is cheap— $2 50. Oa.ll ard 
tee if at work, at Stombs * Millers, plombers. 
g^s-titters, tin, oopper and stove atore. opposite 
Magnire'a Oppra House. Ot)7 "Wa&bioftton street.^ 
MiAO M. WAFD, Ageot of tbe Pacifio Ooaat 
bbe tiade Bopplied. )« lm 



Philadelphia Restaurant. 

OHAS. V. BERGOLD, PROPRIETOR. 

THE CHOICEST MEATS AND 
Vegetables, Board by the weed. 
AOS PINE bTREKT between Kearny 
and Mont comer*. marSM Ub, 



MILITARY GOODS 

...,A1TD, „ 

GOLD AND SILVER THEATRICA1 
TRIMMINGS, 

385 Montgomery itrtet, Boom JVo 
mbl.tl T. KQOGERS JOBBSOI.. 



EDWARD PEEL & CO., 

«fi5 and St? "Waxhlcgton street. 

HAVE OPENED A COOKING ESTABLISH- 
mect a*, this place for tbe purpose ol prepar- 
Inz BALI. &UPPHR5 and L.UNCHE8 FOR PIO- 
MOS AND SALOONS, on the mo^t icaEooable 
teioaa. Lnncbea delivered in any part cf tbe city 
free of charge. Tbe pairocaee of the saloons in 
tbe city is respectfully solicited. jn7,lm 



GEORGE MAYES* 

DEALER IN OYBTERS, OLAH8 
andall kinds of SHELL FISH, a 
Stalls Noa. AO, 41, +3, California* 
Market, entrance on California street. ' 

Public or private parties ud families supplied 
from 6 A.M. to 11 E. M. Ladies' and Gentlemen's 
Q re** r Room open troni I <-«. to 12rJf 4*271y 



IE Figaro" 



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wnmiDiT. jilt ». un 



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FURIISMEO ROOHS < 


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110 to 1 JO jyr 


>Olth 






WEST EN! 






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n»t» 11X11. 



CALIFORNIA TH1ATEI. 



PACIFIC 

LA If REPORTER 

thiri* riAR or pi n»>. 

ISSUED EVIRY TUESDAY., 

Only Legal Jo.rniJ r.bll*ao<l W««t 
or Ike SI«U»lppl. 

Psshshes all the California Supreme 
Court Reports. 



TWIl »TI«n «c» 




Smokers, Rejoice 



CAN BTJY 

AT T»» 



—j« »* :• i ...*»- • i *i»-i'» u t:< »■■ : 



Custom House 

LORD DUNDEARY «"»««■. 



OUR. AMBRIOAN COUSIN' 












loud DrmiiuiT 



»r.rt. ar*< or 



MR. 1 OTHER* 






Tiir conniu ni>oi». 
op run r«nrmioi >■ a 

RELIABLE AND INDISPENSABLE AID TO 
THE PRACTICAL LAWYER. 



J. P. BOGAHDIS. Publisher. 



rniK"Tio» orrici. 

No. Oan Morohum airoot 

un rnmowoo, 



II » 1 *»' I 

■may 
* j fbebton 

muimiii noma 
■Ma M >uuik moobi 

«■». U R. KAUNOUS 
I IUII HTATT 

mas iik. ki TKAcr 

mat »tahi kt 

raaaia aTANi.BT 



518 Battery Street, 
HAVANA 

PLANTATION! 

i 

S*z per Hundred 



They Smoke Better Ihan ntogl of the 
High-priced Imported lik-urs. 



t,K»M. KIIU alTINKK, J I l.\ 4th at 2 o'clock, (M I V. TOM'S < \ IU > 

Batord.T AJMrnooD, Jaljr Bin at 1 o'aloak J. IT A T I flat PI BjTATIflM 

"ONLY DUNDREARY MATINEE." lwmu ,0N _ PLANTAT,0N » 

S4 SO per Sundrod. 

A. GOOD CIGAK, 
And Made toy WHite Men. 

PLANTATION 



"SPBOIAIj 3MOTIOEI." 

MIL MoCULLOI ill! baga 10 infi rm the public thai owing lo 

IMCBFt- Si O «X» 3E9E 365 3FL J>«T * IS 

I diti : Jal !'■ rilurn to Europe, 

LORD 3Z> TJ 3V ID H. E3 A. R Y 

Cad ooly bo psrformcil 

FOR SI XX. BTXCrHTS 



f f 



flis Lordship'" 



BROTHER SA 

Will Uwref .re be prodncsd on MONDAY EVENING JULY 7th. 



9 9 



Reserved Seats Can be Obtained During the Whole Engagement 



OBDERS FROM THE INTERIOR RE- 
SPECTFULLY SOLICITED. 



H. 3. McClellan & Co., 

B18 Battery Street. 



CALIFORNIA INVENTION. 

a _agnr_ » 

1 a? Ik" 




-rot- 
8EWINC MACHINES, 

OEHTISTS UP. JEWELLERS' L1THES, 

Tftlt loTeatton eso tw ipplled to th*> operating 

of ell klndeof lowing afecblnep, DentistA' 

tad J we l«re Lath-e lie •imp i Kyis 

only "l 1 ■* *■■ ' > It* dursmllj, 
II avoiS* the o.« of the in-id- 
le, which i« an rscefoT 
tad Injurious. 

«•»- Application mid* bj tot Agents for fa* 
SAWYER ft WHCLDOlf, 

oaa fVaahlnf[toM M(r*#l. 




AZTEC PINOLE, 

MADE FBOas I' A HOB ED CORN, 
G OOT3 

A a ft r^ifalnr urtlrl*. of food. 

As m <lia*t for tl yn|ie|»il cat, 
A.sj « Cood for chllrlrun, 
A* t r-uululorul til- Im>\toIsu 
Aa« tlilt Ui-iiliiif f r toDpi, 
r* u r bremd lng ctttlvi* and lUh. 
Po*" the) awoftnlnm, 
: Kg' Un- u»# of proRpvetam, 
Cor thr US* of hunt- re, 
r or thr aM off enmp»re, 
Korthf n».' of ptcnlckvrM, 
For il** osw off every liod>-. 
v - A eoLveuleut looob, elwfciertedj ate 

DSOtaajLl.'a nOllo*. 

A»k Vonr Uroerr for It, 
S«Ull grooereiopplled by wajy wboloealeer or 

h ' lb * AZTEC COMPANY, 

■ 19 eo(raai«Sle"trert, Mum fran«lir», 
jaJT-lm 



■sjvj^Birvj 



McDAHIEL'S THEATRE 

CB 1TIIIE, ftTOMDCa. 

THREE GOOD ^VARIETY WOMEN 

«arT«l«nl r>l», <U1 mil Bad It to tbtlr «dT»n- 
IM. bifen !•»>!« <MltoiaU to MrfMaaod wltb 
X ■eDAIIEL, 

au» U.ak Eoi So. 1. LteicsDC, ^Y. .--ri. 



On Jackson Street L»ot-« iPositively Last Week ot the Circus. 

The Great New York and New Orleans 

MENAGERIE CIRCUS AM® MUSEUM! 

Oxxe Tloliet -A.c3HxLits to a-ll Tents. 



African 

ud 

Aalan 

ZEfiRAS, 

CHAMOIS, 

KANGAROOS. 
■ Bex, 

Mun drills. 

MONIION 

PORCUPINE. 

BABY 

ELEPHANT, 

QOItlLLA, 

Incheamon, 

Four l«rc* 
Ijlon 43 




CACE 

-or- 
PEFORMINO. 

LIONS, 

Uemniotb 

African Tapir 

» Pair of 

BoyAlBeogilTistw, 

a drove of 

Batrlclan 

CAMELS , 

Boow-white 

ICO0KAT00S, 

XjLAMAB, 

JAGUARS, E 

_^ .. — •« '> * r 

O0ALOT. 

GAZELLES. 



A Programme of New Attractions for the Lust Week. 
One Hour's Exhibition of Animals and Curiosities in first Pavilion. 

'Monster Python" largest Snake in Captivity, 21 feet long. 16 inches in ciicumfience. weight 149 lbs. 

The Larseat Family In the world, MADANE.IIJIES and UURTtVO SONS. Combined WeiKlit 1,0011 4 Id>».iJ2K 



PART SECOND. 

In the Circus Pavilion. 

Performance: In the Evening at 8 P. M. 

AHD WXDHiaDAT. FBIDAT and IATTJBDAI AftCTnono" It 3 I?. M 

l.-OVERTUBH JOS. B. GREEN, Dlrwlor. 

». -GRAND EKTB«« iYiii" d OAVALIEBS 

8.-UBOTBER8 VA1I ZASDT II, THBIR OOMIOAL KXOENIBI- 

LiriKB. FAII LEO DKOI OOM1QUES 

4.— LITT1.H OI.ABBNOB WKLbY OOOKE, (3 jam old) Aod.liU 

rilPonj lILTIElttLV 

6.— YOUNO LROI*. lo LfllplDg tctOTtr nil throoBh Mrioo.obi«U 

<JU)WN WILLIAM WORKKLL 

« -MIDAIK GYRATIONS b? thtT»l«n»d VAN ZiNTBHOa. 

7.-B«ADTirUL DANISH DANCISO MARK DAGUAR lotiodooid 

br MISS KATE [000KB 

8 - T * A . T . 8 .°. r * G . ILl,Ya . ,K : D .. ,U *.'.'. r " r °. i % , ROT'H^S AOSTIK 
• -TRB M*«I*OTB HEN OP PBnPOR«INO LIUNS 
Tatorod BJ PRO*', OBO. O, CONCKL1N 



lO.-IMBBT WPtBV (WIRE IN HIS S50OO OW*I- 
I.FVOK ACT 



1 l.-llIELKAPIN'i STAG AND 0OJ1I0 M'lNKHY KIDER. ....... 

TrniDtd »cd lotrodocrt by HjbrjOBoUe.fr 

la.-TIf W lltOY RI.FPHA^T. ins n ;.ppp»rftBOB bslore 
BOBadfeoflt), lotudujcil by bit k«Bii -r I., fts* Oonklln 



To oODOladeirith lite laasbable Equo«tri»a Sketch 

XHE RIDING X-JEHSOIV, 
Or, Papa and his Son Johnny. 



Per.e 

J' li ivy. bi» Soq., 

RI il.iR Ma t*r 

SacrjUry 



,.Tbo». MoKnttre, 

H. Welhr Gotub 

* Acce Van Z.tdt 

'*.„„.. Willtam Woneil 



tf. WUole.Mii,:.-', *. H. MwdeO, I'f^ss |ABB6t- 

Cirringtn maj be ordered lu the EveoiDg at 10 o'clock.; 



ENTERPRISE STALLS, 
UNION MARKET, 

Howard St. bet Third & Fourth. 

Her* been opened witb r Cbolc* Sloek of 

Groceries, Teas, Butter & Eggs 

All pereona Id wait of choice go ode at r*aioaa- 
bleratp*. would no w*ll by callii.(j nnd fiimlniD( 
in* (iniii'tUc ami encee < fT«r'rt ot IIiobo elallo. 
I bo Mood* an* parobaied for oieb Oltat t from »- 
p^^t*rr. aort beinfiauitl foro-eb only tfco yiiont will 
dafr rtimp-tiiioo, -n«l all ihu l« ei-kwrt i» A trial to 
• ettsfythn ti'n<1.iuf lau.iliee tbat wuit vr* "late IB 
V»c. hflita us to th* qua' it? and r''0»e of itood« ofv 
Ifred for joor tn»peouoD, AHirtlolflflSDArAbtovd 
na r«pre«ei>tfld, "r money refandod. Have made 
11 .-, -aipl cf i;noio"-t Kiionli bi ll*r 
Obi nutt KjtfF", Uoffaee "f tbo Huoft growth 
cronud daily tttbentf.il-. Wllladd a. few oi oar 
I nooe that you uiay»«-o we Intend to QO wrbai ir- 
•t.ti Oar pr»c«a will alweye be govorood bj thv 
market : 

Huk-t Tea of the boe' qriality aUole 

Jap«n Tim.Korvi qtial'ty. new oiop Wute 

Blank Tta.ajriodiia»t'ti'. r « w f 10 P •■■-•,-. '2°** 

So (tan- b»s,. qaalhita white.'. 8 1 ,, lbs for {I W 

V«a-t Powder 8oane for $1 Utf 

Waablnit Powder a pk«H for '.dote 

rum bi 8 lbs for I I'D 

Rio", be»l ( t uuliiv Intlo II lbs for I IIP 

bo»p.beiK<u.H.Hyuu., per box »•«„■«' }H 

Hoap, l«W ban 10 lb* 1 00 

ApuleF.'itiedandHlced 10 Iba i 0« 

IUni.,Mir>ii>iin^uii Itaoon, the finest brande 

linportnd by mil, i)*r pound l'/Jj to 1 So to 

KBB». WArr«Dt*>(l, per doz 2ftoW 

Bor.pid,ni Hel i itero Hlbn$luo 

Uoffee, ground daily, pur pound 23ot* 

Don' I furftiit to call and examine oar goods aril 
prkoe. No tronblo to abow goode. 

All wn ni-lrixn trial. ja.V-fit 



Attention, Uooti Livers! 



MK. P. HKKOFR. FORMKRI.V 
ietorol t no Mioert' Re»- 
laorf.Qt, i'n" tak'-n tbn manaR«most 



Ren' 



,...„ and the MinoM' 1 

n strew*. Id partnership with l**- 

wen baa beon loooectod with th» 

' t ->rove>Tiflof.e ha»e b«*n made In 

i cUPaVtmtH. that will reader the Mi- 

" nciiriltr then It baa over been doxlnaj 

Miter lie prosperity. Our Bills of F»rw 

■■li the deifoacit>s of the aeaeoQ. Oajf 

f+ood Faro. Good Oookiog and Modor*t« 

P. BKBBIta * CO. 

MINERS' RESTAURANT, 

GR1 and SUB C'oniinergial, AtaiA , 



T«l> Market •treat, 
rom S A.M. to |0 P.M. 



anSl Its 



CALIFORNIA AND NEVADA 
VOLUNTEERS, 

HONORABLY DISCHARGED FOR ANY fll 
cans", at Dram Barracks, or any other Jkto 
place o«r 3;0 mllaa from place of snlistineni Qfl 
are entitled to additional TraTel Pnv. \?I 

A "" 1 '°'J. R. ROBINSON. W 

5e-I8-lm ezOMoatgomery ^ trtet mm 



PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE. 

VIRttlNlA CITY, HEVAfIA, 

rHIK RLEOANT TaEATRB HAS SERB KaT- 
datoo'stetf, and .un be rented b) tbenlgbt or 
■j the w-»k. btar? aid traveling 'comtiailtit 

ibe*mllr u-oAtod with oj^^rirl-vt!*' 
Usxaseraod »il- Prcurtelof 
Or to J. B. MX'3 UH, 
6IO Wisblnctos 'roct. Binf rAOOlew 



'FIOA 



THE JO0BKAL OF AMXT8EBreiTT». 

tabed evsry Da* ' D tho ^* ar °* 

j- _ BOGARDUE 

AT 

fi38 Merchant and CBS W ««hl D«U>a • - 

Below Montgomery, 8m FjaocUco. 



WEDNESDAY JULY 2, .873 

2.500 FIGAROS A DAY 
are circulated in the Cir- 
cus. "Figaro" is the only 
Programme for the "Great 
Show." 



Wieniawskl in San .lose. 

Tbe San Jose Meronry of yesterday says 

'■A lartje and appreciative vu-ilsocs greet 
«d the WieniawBki truup; lust night, much 
to tbe BurpriBa of those wh » psrs.at in do- 
e 'arioic tlit Sm Joie wilt not intr uize » 
lira'-class en'erUioment." 

We are a ill rather snap 'otoiM. Tue ; Mer- 
onry h to? apt to call m a-idnnco that will 
barely piy expanses' "lar-V and always 
states tb.it it was an appreciative one. Tbe 
Mercury la leally avppn.ci.ti Ye. It says of 
Mme. Jole De Byther:— 

"She is msrreloua on the low noes, and 
she slogs vtita a pat'jcs o ilo i Ut.-d to lift 
a sensitive reporter right ont of his boots." 

it then goes into ecstasies' over Wionavs" 
ki's "fi Idling" and says: 

"If wa could lid Ho lik-i fiat we woald 
qmt slinging ink and s art out to enchant 
tue world, before we wore a day older." 

Ob yes, there is lot. of "appreciation" in 
San Jose, bo: precious lit le loossohange. 



The **Poor*» of California. 

The Blockton ^ndependhtst saya: There 
are at present roosting around in various 
parts of this city from one hundred to two 
hundred idle men without any visible 
means of support, aod who make no at- 
tempt to obtain employment. If asked 
what tbey are dolus;, the nana! reply is 
"wiitiDg for a job.'' They are waiting, 
Mio&wber like, for "something to tarn np," 
evidently believing that tbe world Or.es 
them a liviog, aod that they are 
biund to have it without any efforts of 
their own. Theyaredirly, Jtzy, and many. 
of them vicious. Tboj- e'oep under shade 
trees and in old noocoupied buildings by 
day, and prowl tbe streets by nigbt ready 
for any deed of villainy that promises them 
the price of a square meal or a bottle of 
gin. 

For Wagiin Hardware, 

OouR. F. O:borci lo'i.. importers and detl- 
*rsel7Sl Market Street. Bee advertisement. 6a 



Af^er tbe THeatrcs are out 

Yoa ehoald not fall to go and try aomi excellent 
Bittern Cam Otionder at tbe Hot Scotch, 334 
Bash Street, their liquors osnaot bo excelled, the 
•nly Stloon where a gaod Tom and Jerry or Hot 
Punob.eoen be got, all drinks plain or fane/ 10 
oenta. go ihsre Once aod again yoa will go. 



Corns, Bunions, InfrroKinc Nails. 

A perfect core warranted by Albert Scboan- 
wald, l'i7 Second street, i-st 



The Beat HenicUes, 

Dr. Parry's Last Obsbos, for pain. Dr. Per. 
rr'a Webfoot Pill?, for all billons com plain te. 
For sale by all druggists. A B enoy, 417 Sansome 
street , oarner of fommercial . 
PhutuarspuK 1 Civms. 

At one dollar per dozen at the Peoples Art 
Gallery, 84 Third street between Stevenson and 
Mission street. > 



Star Shirts and Collars*. 

All sorts and elses, for ta'e cbeap, at tbe 
What Cheer Laundry, 121 LeldeBdorff et. • 

Good. ITews. 

My customers end the pnbllo ere notified 
that the opening of Montgomery Avenue will 
■ol necessitate my removal, but that I still 
keep the largest, best assorted and cheapest 
■took of men and boys clothing In the city 

Also groat bargains In gent's fornlsbing goods 
eranks, valises, bats etc,. Call before procbas- 
ng. H. Peyser. 7:9 Montgomery street, first 
store north of Washington «L. 

Fourth of July. 

Strangers. Lailes h Gentlemen, before you 
leave the city, visit tbe Carpet A Furniture 
Emporium of JOHN 0. BELL nearly opposite 
the Grand Hotel on Market st. Also folding 
Chairs, Camp Stools. The Weed Cap t 
Sweeper, « the finest assortments of Lace 
Curtains in the State. 6Pi 

FH-ve Hundred Men Wanted 

Immediately. To send their washing to the 
What Cheer Laundry, 131 Letdesdorff st. • 



X>ont BeadThis, 

For If jou do yoa will epf nd all of your 
m^ney buying your family dress-good*, bos- 
iortes, table-cloba, children's oulfite, eto , at 
tbe cheapest and most fsahlonable pl.ee In the 
olty. Friedlander A Oo'e, No. 9 Third street* 
Nucleus Building: s _ 

Geo. PIaae.& Oo. 
The great Candy Emporium, 20 Kearny St 

**" *"*"' — — ___ «•. ' 

Public Accommodation. 
WeaWlnglettwtheomcebeforeSA. at., can 

"IT*? 1- lD th6 6T8nln8 U ™V>**<1; we 
never Aisappointl What Oheer I*audry 121 
Leluesdorff street. " " 

Prat i*s Anollilon oil. 

The People's Remedy for all Aooes and Paint 
Crystal Samp'e Rooms. 



The Crystal ye to the wants of the com- 
munity, has imported dlreot, STFWAnn'e cele- 
brated Scotch Wmaxr, whiob all true lovers 
of good 1'quors will eemploi/wiee. Brlody * 
Do qe, proprietor?, 535 Sawamento street, be- 
ween Montgomery and Banseme. j., 

**rattt»s Abolition OU 

Onres Rhen matiem. and Nenralgla a 



Am Unpleasant Error. 

A gentleman describing a w.ddiag, the 
other day, got off the following eitraordi- 
narysentenca in regard to the bride: "Io 
blushes on her bony face ths twin roses of 
health and beauty ehone." He probably 
meant to say bonny, but— ' ■ t So carelesB 

printers." 

■» 

Th© Apaches roc mtly stampe led a party 
of Methodist prescient ou cirooit, and now 
do their S3aipiog in olawhimmer oats. 



Some Nashville ladies, who esteem it a 
bore to pay fashionable calls, are talking o r 
osing pos'.aleudj Instead. 

'•What was the result of tbe t.ial of tba* 
borse-a'ealer?" uk*I a M ss .a ita of bis 
neighbor. "Ohl be was left hanging in eus- 
per.se," was the reply. 



A Gharleiton fatb-r gave a yo ing man 
whohadBavedblsdaagbter from drowning 
a two-year-old steer and a shot-gun, bat 
nary a daughter. 



House Warning. 

An Iowa laiy lost her bmb.td a few years 
aso, and daring her absence at the fantral 
her bcusa burned down. She married again 
however, and while attending the burial of 
her last husband, nceutly, the family resi- 
dence again burned down. The insurance 
companies will invebttgate the singular 
e ice dence. 



Is This a Libel. 

We were really sorry to see the following 
in tbe Ban Jose flCerc iry of Saturday: 

Gentlemen who do not subscribe to the 
Founn ol July fund, will be charged fifty 
cents admittarjCi to tbe ground'. A gen- 
tleman has juiteoct in a subscription of 
tea eentel 

This is the paper tbat t)Ok us to task for 
saying that a show t) proanre an audience 
io Ban JoseBhou'd put it- pric:s at 10 cent* 
Scents and one cent. People who send in 
ten cjut subscriptions to tbe Fourth or Jn'y 
Celebration Fond cannot be oalled liberal* 

m ■• — -— 

Severe. 

"Most extraordinary," said Sergeant War; 
ren, tbe author of "Ten Thousand a Year,' 
who wis always boasting of bis visits at 
great homes; "dined at the Duke of Kortb- 
umberlaud's-on bXocdiy, and there was no 
fish for dinner." "No," cried Douglas Jei" 
rold, "they bad eaten it up-stairs," 



Oysters. 
In strolling round the other night, 
To look at 'Frisco by gas light, 
uur careless leet , by chance did stray 
To wnere a fountain's ceaseless play 
Ot sparkling waters, made a eojeen 
Throngh which a sweet bonquet was seen ;. 
While mossy stone and pearly shell, 
O'er which the waters soitly fell. 
Hade that wlnoow ffeem to he 
Rome fairy grotto of the soa. 

-Stop," said my friend, "let's go in here— 
It looss so nice — and try their cheer." 
"All right," I said, *-I must a^xoe 
That this place suits me to a "3V" 
No sooner bad we found a eoat 
Than at our side a waiter neat 
Made his appearance, asked our wish— 
Said they had almost any dish 
That wo migni name. We found It true, 
And cooked mo^rri/icenfly, tot; 
All kinds of oysters, Juicy, fat, 
Cooked every style; Just thin* of that. 
And b* your mouth don't water, then 
You're different from other men. 
They'd clam sand orabs and terrapins ; 
In fact, we found they had within 
That oosy pUcejo.'? tliidsof game, 
Flah, lle&b or fowl which we oood name, 
While every dish was, I am sure, 
Prepared to tempt an epicure. 
Tbe ladles, too, have found, 'twould seem, 
That they have here the best Ice oream; 
Bo here they flock, the Uttle sinners, 
To get what they call "eu^h nioe dinners," 
Whoever donbte this let blni rush 
To three hundred thirty-seven Bush, 
And there this troth he'll find made plain: 
Who goes there once will go again. 
Pacific Oyster Bouse. 337 Bush street, above 

tf ontgomery; open Day and Night. 

CHARLES BLAAKE. Proprietor, 



sVaah ana Sweot. 

Far the beet confectionery, pi to Oaotf and 
Wacner's, 107 Hentcorsery SL near Sat ic-i ■ 



A great variety of Ties snd Bows, all ctyles, 
Just received at tbe What Cheer Laundry, 131 

Leidesdorff street. • 



▲ma TJ. Wangsman'a 

" Obigago Beer Depot," 628 Sacramento street, 
between Montgomery and Kearny. The oele 
brated " Chicago Lager Beer," and' the beat of 
liquors. Dally lucob, with lobxttr salad aod 
other delicacies, prepared by the epicurean 
Qeorge Butt. Beer, 10 cents. Regular Ger- 
mau lanebes, caviar, Swies cheese and eand- 
wicnes, served to order. To lunch at Wauga- 
man's Is thb thing. 6-i 



f*ratt's Abolition Oil. 

Oures Lame Back and Paralysis. 



3-L 



C^iinioyiFT.— Miaame uiara Aatonla, the 
Olairvoyant Physician and Independent Trance 
Medium. 833 Kearny street, bet. Bueh and Pine. 
Consultations In BngUah. French and Qerman. 



a. Pleaeant Ijocation. 

Persona deeu-lag oesn'ortable lodgings in a 
Oentral location, *ho«H visii the Alhamhra, 
and inspect tbe fine suttee of rooms to let there 
The building is a verv one one and if well 
lighted and veatflated. . 



Or. Barlow J. Smith 

Is giving a oours of Free Lectures to Gentle- 
men on Sexaal Physiology and Nervous Die* 
eases at his Hygefan Hall, 537 California street, 
every Friday evening, commencing at 7 % o'clock 
A. next of tbe evening is devoted to examining 
and prescribing for patients.. Dr. Smith gives 
phrenological examinations in regard to health 
to invalids dairy, from to 4 r at., tree. w 



Dental Work. 

Foa mnsr qu*utt or woax, go to T. 0. Jes. 
sup, dentist, oox. Butter xud Montgomery, over 
Tucker's. _^_____ *-* 

McDowell, Snow Card. Writer 

Beady made and made to order. Boom 10 . 

)8 Market street, cor. Post and Montgomery u 



Free ol'Danger. 

The lateit seosatioo being worked np by the pa- 
pers is founded en a report that agenilemin be- 
oame inoculated with cUeasa by smoking a oigsr 
made by a Ohi at man. Tboie who do cot with to 
rno atinallar rmk can avoid it by purchasing their 
oigareof H ■ Sntliff aleith-r of bfe stores S30and 
S32 Keirny Street Mr. bull ff manages to sell oi- 
gara made by nbtie m«n as cheap as others sel' 
Cbioese oigare. Uxealea are large aod he iacon" 
tent wilb a email profit Thoog'i fixteoo years In 
business be his never cmpleved a Ob in cue otgar 
maker, from cooeientioni convictions, snd never 
intend* to do eo. Now U t tboa. who are in earnest 
in tbefr oppsMtioo to Obloeec cheap Ubor prove it 
by giving tbair patronage t>one wbo praotioa'lj 
proves bit principles, and at tbe asm o time avoid 
thsfatetf tbe onfortnna'o geirtlnman who smoked 
a oiga- whloh bad bean beslobbered by an unhealthy 
b . athea < x 

W B Skellenrergtr. 42 J Montgomery Street, 
Beat E»Ut\ F.ini-h'd D usia and Boom*, 
Select QoarJlog place?, rents colli cted. Furni- 
ture bought and sold. Bu Iness opportunities. 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Grand Daylight Excur- 
sion 

TO SACRAMENTO. 



Owing ti thesatnast aolioitttian ot of tbo frieeds 

of tbe Steam* r 



3. M. WHIPPLE, 

Bradbary, Uaeter. 

She will omit ber isgular tdp to Saoraniento 
on Fri^a?. 'heFjntool Jaty. and Leave Vallejo 
S;reetWh»r/, _.. 

On Saturday, July 5th, 

At 10 -30 A M , reiuraine will Uave Saoramsnto 
Sunday. Jaly6tn a* * A. M srrifiag in ban Fran- 
cisco at 5:10 P. M. 

F-a^e SI.WO 

nieuls SusJts. 

Joe Green's Celebrated Brass Ban 1 will accom- 
pany <he Boat this tr p. 

She will continue her regular trio as per sdvar- 
tiaomect. __ ■ _ 

B. K. WHIPPIif. Proprietor. 
S. E HKKKfCK. Agt., i:« Ofay St.S. f 

A. Brewer, Agent. Sacramento 



DIVIDEND NOTICES. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE 

fan Franoisoo Savings Union, 

No. 533 California Street, 
Corner of Webb 
FOB THE HALF YEAE ENDING WITH 
30'h oljnoe, 1ST:, a dividend bu been daol.red &t 
the rale of olQB »od six tentbB[96 10) per o&o per 
aocnim oo term deposits, sod eight (8) per cent. 
per asism oo oidio.ry deposits, free of Federal 
Tax, pajable on aod attfrllto of July 1873. 

Br ordtr. LOIELL WU1IE, 
jll-2w Cashier 



The Greatest Wonder in the 
World. 

A MERMAID ! 

A REAL, ACTUAL, NATURAL 

MSIIMAID, 

The Oren>e»t Wnnd-r and IV.iHi.nl Co 

rl«nl ly ni ibe A-kl-. Scleare 'triOled and 

Theorist* ■luiu found til. Its Uvnm 

hit* ticon eatnbllsbed bv nittat 

leam«d > »i ur.i 'Int* la i b • conn- 

try. Will beon E vlilhl tlun for u lew 

drkya only, at 

PLATT'S HALL. 



B. P. O. O. SEAL9. 

Xhere will be a Special 
Ceding on THVBflDs.1 
JULT IlilsiS a'cloclt P. M 
urgent bailosai will com^ 
^B^qcTgy oefore the x..e E o 

A. W. BARK, 

G. 8. O. 8. 



MARKET NOTICE. 

"»*.e California Hatket will rema-n open 
on THURSDAY Joly 3d until lop, M., and remain 
OLuShD on FRIDAY July 4th. 

THOMAS BROWN. Sopt. 



STEPHEN MAYBELL, 

CorQmecilan. 

Parties wiEhingtalent ror oity or conctT can 

ens g* the tame by addressing a Dote to him at- 

ibis office. j-Si-li 




R. F. OSBORN&CO., 

Importers and DeiiUri in 

Wagon Hardware 

761 MARKET STREET, 

WOULD CALL ATTENTION TO 1HSIR So. 
•took of BOL1S, WASHKBI.NOTb. AX1.KS. 
g?ii«--d Ell., r HOB BANDS, LAMfS. and 
TIPS, t all assortment of MALEABLE. WV- 
ETE, eto, 

— ALSO— 

D.pot of Phlladolpbla 
CARRIAGE AND TYRE BOLTS 

jea-2. 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



CALIFORNIA THEATRE 

Mr. John MoOnlloagh Proprietor and Manager 

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT. 

MR MoUULLOUGH b*gi to inform the publlo 
tbat owiue to 

M.R. t>i O T H E R TV' S 

Unavoidable return to Europe, 

Lord Da 11 d r eary 

Oan only be performed for 

sis: is x t> n t e . 

* Hia Lordahip'e 

BROTHER SAM 

Will therefore be produced on 
(Hn NO lY JULY 7ttk 

RESERVED SEATS dn bsaeoorsd daring the 

wbole engigemer-r, js'jf) 



FLAGS! FLAGS! 



FREE ^a.3NTXJ EAST 

...BVEIIT... 

Saturday STening;, 

AT EIGHT O-OLOCK. 

_ AT THE OLD ORIGOTAL 
BED LIUN.1B Gear? street, 
vfoere yon 010 htv. HOT AND 
UOLD DRINKS of the rerj best 
qoality. The ''Old Eoort" is ai- 
waye oo hand. Drop in. 
DAVE MM.DKS. Proorietar. 




OPERA HOUSE, 

_SA.isr josb. 

This theatre will bs leased oo liberal terms for six 
months or by the rear to an ezoeneoced manager. 
bn*ine*a requiring my absence from San JoBe. The 
honseoaano.be rented br tbe night or week on 
low tarsal. 

sea mro cAPAcar 1,200. 

•>. BIOH18IU, Proprietor, 

SAN JOSS 




A Sp-eodid Aeeorlment Selling off Cheap at 

STERETT'S, 

533 Clay Street. 



Liverpool .and Great Western 

Steamship Company, 

CARRYING THE IT. S. MAIL. 

TICKETS SOLDlo AND FROM 

T IVERPOOL, QUEENSTOWN. ^^B&t 
J -' Lonaonderrr, Hnmbar^b, BremeD,2tBBBBBsS»h 
Havre, Paris, Sweden, Belgium, Norway and all 
finropeao cities. 

ThiaOompan; has arrangements with the Com- 
missioner of Emigration aod Railroad Oompaniee 
at New York, bj which passengers are promptly 
forwarded to tbe Pacific Oca.-t. 

For particulars apply to 

0. B. .JJa.CH.SON, A«»nt, 

mj20 lm 838 Mooigoiaery street. 



Parisian House. 

•SA.IT KAB'AEL, 
ONE BLOOK FROM THE RAILROAD 



L. THORIN, Proprietor. 

FURNISHED S00MS 

ft. estaurarxt . 

First Quality of Wines. X.tq- 
lori untj Clears. 

BOARDERS TfcOG BY WEEK OR MONTH- 

nu271m 



THE OLD 

Hot sootcn, 

IS Morten street, near Kearny* 

A.11 Drinks Ten Cents 

Hot Drinks a Specialty. 

THE BEST TOM flHD JfcBRY IN TOWN. 

Always on Bis the New York Herald. Harper'f 
Weekly. Frank Leslie's, Daay's Doings, Police Ga 
cfltte, all tbe Oalilornia papers, also London 
Punch, Bell'sXalfo, Illnstrated London News. Oall 
and eatlsty yourself . 
■tr- Don't forgetthe sin of the Hot Seotehw 
feT tf W. H. WALDRON. Proprietor. 



FOURTH OF JULY. 

X^triiite BMirts 
Firex13.exs.t51 Slilria 
Onllco Shirts 
•O-ver Slilrta 
Cbeoli. »Slilrt«i 
Under Slilrts 

And all kinds of Farnisblog Goods and TolUt 
Artioles at the nsnal satlafaotorr prices, at the Old 
bland. No. 3 Second btre.t. 

BENEDICT & CO. 



PICNICS, EXCURSIONS, ETC. 



S. F. and IS. P. jr. r. Co. 



CHANGE OF TIME. 

THE CHEAPEST ROUTE TO THE GEYSERS. 

O h *JKA? TFE JUME 1.1979. THE 8TBAH- 
or ANTELOPB, oonnectiof at Dooann. lid- 
Ing with tbe San Francisco dt N orch Paoiflo Rail- 
road Oompany for Oloverdaie and all intermedial, 
ststloos. will leare San Fianoisoo dail, (Sandan 
exooted), from FrOLt street Wharf, at 2 JO pm. Re- 
tnrning, tbB train will leave Oloverdaie daily at 
6:00 o olook A at . connecting at Dooanne «ith the 
ste meraod arrlyingin Sao F.anoisco at 11:11(1 A.at. 
I he steamers and cars make close ooiinecli.nj 
with stages to and from all points. 

SUHD6Y EXCURS OriTTT REDUCED RATES. 

Leave Sen Franolaoo at 8 a. m. every Sundaj 
arriving at Olov*srdale at 1 o'clock P. it. Ketarnioi 
will iisve OlovBi-dalu at io'olock. airWing in San 
Fraaoiaoo at 7 o'otoo k . Thla will allow eioor- 
eioaJiBta several bonrs at any ol tbe places aioaar 
tue linn of the road. For all information apply at 
the Oompauy'a office, 4»6 Mootgomerj atrssL 

Ou aod after Jnce lft. the Steamer wUl lean 
gf.^rd'.K'S.A.'J. "■*■"•' ' h8 "'■ - 1 " '"" 

«P'» PETER DOMAHOK. Pmsident. 



Badger'sGentral Park, Oakland 



THBSE BEAOTIFOL OARDBNS ARE MOW 
open for the sea .on. aod many of toe mo, 
popular 

noisrxcjs 

Will he held there. The attractions are name, 
ons. SKArlNO PATIUOM, MOSEUM. orjt. 
N ASIUM. okatiag free oo week days. 

...SS Cent. 
apntt 



Admlnlen 

OHILDRBH TO ORNTg. 



PIPIfAX 

This Tonic Is so Marvelous In Its ef- 
fects that it is styled th, oisal.out Ba . 
rope 

Magic Bitters! 

It Strengthens th« nerves! Kessores 

Tenth and HoHtth; CHves Tiger to .he 
Intelleet. and Renewed Streosth oodYi 
rllltr to the aged and Infirm. 

SOLD EVERYWHERE. 



DR. JORDAN'S 

GREAT ANATOMICAL fflUSEU", 

And College ofastedleloe. 

10 000 BKAuflFUL AND mSTRUtTT- 
d V; "^VkW »" obiecta to be seen. Qpe n to Una 
Pnblio DAY AND NIQUT. at EUBEKX HAXX 
SlB Montgomery etreeL FOK MEN OKLyT^ 
SSS-Dn. JOBD&H'B PBIYATs, Omos is st fill 
Qenry etreet fonpoalte old Meohanice' Pavilion). 



IT'S HA.RD TIIVXEJS 

THEBEFOEE.... 

8AVEYOUR MONEY 

DT OOINO TO 

THE PALACEJF FASHION 

l£n?nT..k?. .'. P l0tlll ' , e of the latest and most 
faAionabla styles mai-e to order, f h-aper aod 
better than at any other honae in the eity. 

. NOTE THE~PRICES. 

Pants.... from $6 to $12 per pair 
Suits .from $23 to $90 

I in.ite the Inspection of tbe OhoiceBt'Gooda in 
the market. 

A. MORRIS, 

No. IT Second Street, 

i"* 7 *'" Oppo.Ue Ornod Hotel. 



HERB 

iljTTIiJt: 



The Great Tonic and Appetiser. For 
Sale Even where. my9 3m 



J. C. COMBES, 
TERRAPIN JL.TTIVCH, 

J Cor, Second and Tehama streets. 

esr-Terrapin oonttantly on hand. 
Oysters in every it-jle. PBIVATB 
SUPPEB BOOMS F.T* PA&TIKB. 



HARRY MYERS, 

Agent for Hitohing* at Gray's bohool Satchels 
for Ooys and Girls, will oall at resideoca. 
ie-3-lm 



DR. LEE CHUN GEE, 

CELEBRATED 

OMneae Pliyaiolan, 

101T OCPONT OTREET, 
Betvreon Pacific and Jackson SU. 

Onto, all disease. Modarato ohargas. j-U.lm 



WANTED. 

A Leading man. Javeoils and Oomediao. Those 
wbo o in make tbemaeFvae geaernily neefal and 
travel f o r a e are bat low salary- Variet j tslsnt al- 
so wanted. 

Addreis, C. A. LEWIS 

ZairrrBRTialOUE, 
■ ALAUPDA OO.. OAL 



GERMAN PIANOS. 



THE BEST AND THS CHEAP- 

Jt. SobraabJtsdter 4 Oo.. Agents 

tor the celebrated Factories of 

. . i a .-Blntbner, in Leipzig;, and Sobieip, 

n Berlin. Offloe. SIO OLAY 8i RKBT. ao9B 



fm^!; 



White & Kearns Combl- 
nation Tronye. 

In conseqasnoe of Meitr*. White <x Kssms leer- 
ioK for the Kaat this trosps will be kcewn hereaf- 
ter ss the Oalifornia Oombioaien Troaos. 

Ckaa Senpp, Hsnacer Pro Tern. 

Olob Bosna Zfe. 2W Jeule Street. 



CANDIES. 

ALL KINDS OB THE FTKIiGT "OANDX 
msdn st oar Steam Dandy Factory dally. All 
orders, especially from tbe country, srs> solicited 
and will be promptly attended to. 

OAKTY A WAOsTBB, 
lft7Mftii([nooiarf.«t_ nsnv Rattsr 



ALHfcfflBRA . LODGING HOUSE. 

FCVBLT FURXISHBD BOOMS. BTK- 
gle OT-in suits* 

-Well fJajfitec A»jd TeatlLatod. 

DnramisQsd BJoomsHo 1st. LoAgiux wtth 

tbcat board, ALHAA-BslA BDILDIHO 
• 11" VvmV strsst. * •■^U tf 



VARIETY TALENT WANTED 

....TOB,... 

THE VAZlXEiTIXIS, 
PIOCHB NEVADA. 
Address, 

S tMX NEDHAN, Bnsiaeu Manager. 
jell tf VARIETIES. Plooh.. STs.. 



PIANOS 

....aJTD..,. 

ORGAN'S. 

C4LI, AITD EXAMINK KINDS AND PBIOKS 
before parobasiDg else. her*. Oood bargains 
to be had. 

A. I.. ■AJTOKOI'T « OO.. 
jell tf ?«8;a«tu-SL.t atreet. 



•"^•k 



R Napa So d a J 


>l«aretae« T*<* 


, 1« •■•U«0 »•!««- J 


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'OMDAT, J iftl. »•». XTII. a. 



lai 



MUHTBOMEBT S 
HOTEL, 









BUCKLEY'S rev VARIETIES 



MIW 




BEA TH11TB1 



BELLA UNION THEATRE 






Veni, Vldi, Viol, 



• ■•»>t • . i- ., .,, Maaaai ...«.«.!.», 

CIOHCK C. THOMMOH. 
twaa* 



Foarlh of Jul, Kill T.-\irht. 



HOW 



HIS FOB HIGH 

hi raca 

i • • w ■ 



IVIiVOXJiriTQ'IB 



CALIFORNIA MINSTRELS. 

Billy Manning, Frank Moran A Robt. Fraser 




Anil »»«r 

THI'MOtT uJ mmtT ITF.»II(.I 

liurkhv will annoy Mortimorc 



t -«■>• • ••« 



■ IM I-. ~ 

Maw**r *•«»<•» 

I •«!• t.« .fWeene, 

r«M| W.O-e-r 

WO C 'pOMMO* 



CIMf M M*. 

KCORO F.rrrMTKiciTin 



MOUTIMO] 
■>•■ aa** n««*- 

■ - *• t»»» W.r» !■•• ttael . 



him ■bbbwbbb 

HIM UllH 

IJH. 



U kto ww nh iMpi ***** by. . 






HlM BlMtlH 

1 1 -t WiMir 

laa n.k 

Xa*ti> Zelan* 

. Mnllle La Farreet 

• r*b*atre 



T» C ■»•• lit ana 



THE OTHER FELLOW. 



m 



.. ^.M m t^m Meetae. \ Owe* aVeaoere . TboaBpaeai 

aeal—Jlr .. Harry l> »>y I », ■ bvl ■». F. HnrMm.-of 
D.«* lUll'Jut.hiiin'tr ...MUeClaad 



HN *''^~f_y??* * 



iinni 

Mil IT ■JilMIt 
■ 
riARK «■••■ 4* 
LUBU ii. «RK 

COMPANY 



I'aarf ►«•-.•. .n.l-. Olio. 



The Renowned Ek\A.:*FlJ>J"EI~5r. in his Champion Jig 
MRW. D1TT1MUS' PARTY 



lint «i«ni. JIIKliTII 



riADK IMtll 






«n« a»i> mcnmu 



ivmiM' «ra DMni rt»«ri Tria* FiumIu! Tk* 

OLD WOMAN who Lived inthe SHOE 



PI.TJTO KIbi <M Bane*. 



Scene . .--Regions of Dark Despair. 



Plat's MlMi 

L'UEHt I 



HARRY THOItr.'O* 






Scene 2. — Magic Change to Mother Goose's Village. 

TOTaC *l?OTJntI T \'«#iw.-rla ciown jFIO JT3 1=1 T jF Art. >V f=*T30F*. 

MlMUIRl B % W. lbs Old WoBAD » U t lived in ■ abo». eft. r • arrf. Pid.l.on II n II HART 

- !UT HHIC »|..r«rff Pr<».'f . ., MH 

Ml W n-.U*.H MKM>. an aptu ' cm t. (he Village Baker GKO. Fu^Tr R 

MV-THUnB . MAM! . 

' BOPkllP.all-rw. rder-rieoas. MISS »• hT.i r H WII.LIA*.-*, 

L vittUM... , MTSB FANNY GIB80N 

ToKmj.J h-iij, IS At, Fat if. BJbby, Suf. K l\r. LoUj, Kenny.Etc, children who lived Id the Shoe, Villager*. Dtmom, ttc 



OHAfiAOTIBS IN THB TBICK 8CEHH8; 

I"l»ff POMflHAII 

k«»4BD!^0 HOUSE MISTRESS [eolored 

EI.If'FI ' MAlMiHE MAN. ................ 

MR. IL'UANT 

LADY OF FASHION 



■« M RIOKET 

MAM • K ,UMbh 

D. J. 8HKKWCIOO 

OEtf. KOSTOR 

HISH sHEIt«AN 



•CINE a.-Cnai>ettnnerw a»d Maale Starr. SCKRK l.-Acrtu thr fJeatlaent. iORNK S.-Mow D . 

le Hall nad Hoaidlig Home. ■OKNB H.-Otrdra, Pa* 4e Denx by M'llc Morle Oaws;atn aad 

Mai*. Hailiy. BCRJII 7.-Llck BoaM and Whl(« Hoqm*. IOKKE ».— Pacific Street 

» T Maanllsbt. ICKIE o. -Parlor at Lick Ho»f. SCENE lO.-A FamlUar 

Ittne. lOlXB ll.-Vnn RTcU ATeniti (H'BNB IB.— Plato'* llaaot. 

•CERE IS.— QBAND UISIOHKAI, TABLEAU 

Washington Crossing the Delaware. 



oz-.onx «->«!«■ ronnTn 

OUR MONATJtljyp'ROCIIAMMJr. 
appfitiu Im*« T«bl v « ui 

»»!> UI'K 

National Anihom. 

Tu " •«»'» •'•' «» ii rwtm Ma, ih. o.TiV^kio 

MI8R LAURA BERVON! 

THCMDAY .nrf IRIDAT CVBNIMO* 



»..J • « — r 

HMihlni 



^wi«« 



(J. ms n f Bute. Nim Lnur» Rprvon 

Da. II. iota ».ji,t. I nan, .1 . 

R«R. A MRS. GREEN. 

— - i .r rLn'V 1 ' j*la*fn »ml Tc mm,- f»»rt n 

T—*W "■■'» ; Ullfo H..tl. ad 

The Old Pl^ntationT 

1 Tooiiti f Br«a 



Cross od Ixl Lovo 

If. B:«»... .Tcmm p Hr*« I Doctor Pam.i , Tcmrai Harlon- 

__-■ - » ^» K -• jyl Wajh^. ._, ._ IxnlTixon 



. .t.ircttnr. 



OASMl JJtyX and 3F* n ITZ 
'l o» wead-i f ai «od Py nl*r Aorob*i» In tfa»lr Or*i I Act*. 

Hnllai Hn||lr »l. »l»lr 

r.n.uv PfcM.Ti.Niin»«nd n«ar-v Hn-lc Rublmun 

Choice Songs Miss Laura Bcrroo 

Fa-ry ltance Minute Flllntare 

"«•«■ >•«•••*•••!. ^« R"«»* »*ell* 

I I."* f 1 oul s. 11 if u ud Dancr l.on Dlxoa 

It nil tad *_"*_•"_ *•!■■ I.01 til Amy 

1 he OrtiAt'tt Myitiry of (lit Ac* 

FLOATING XUE3ua.I> 

Owned »td Eibil'U d br Mon-. K-llmmo »«»ut d br Bwrtcn 

1 '-un.-ue 

May 1 r»ll» 

Fred Kurhi-. 



Mullad 

Tp at Ccntrul Paik 

Orftrtara. . ■ u . „ .__. ._ : . „ ._. „ . 7. .' 7..T. .*".„ .".... 7.... 7.7. OrebwUt- 



To colc1u(> with lh« 

STATUE BLANCHEI 

tUt io bp Zsdie LAtctllei 



THR MODEL, l.«»l.UI>4J EfOVSES. 

pacific HOusETr^^-r'.t. 1 
OLrMPicHousE 1 m ^«: , ~;^i 

»«•• KAIDTOn* OOTKrLL. 



A 

great 

rie'y 
of 



t*Jtv$$ 




m&s® 



gre.t 
Ynrioty 



At the I X L. AUOTI^V >TORE, No. GIB and CZO KRARVY RKI1BET, cor. Conitnerrlxl . 



TRUNKS AND VALISES 

SUPFR.OR. 0USTOH-MADK)WORK; W«B- 
fAuted vlroDg nnd durable, at a aitl» r«droetl 
t>riors J. UOKIN. TrarA-maher. 93fl Montnonvrr 
rtr-ol. betw«ei l-iae and Bo»b. faolD« tbe Hum 
HoDie. Trurlca K<'p*ir«rt: (JnTett Made. ju4 Im 



^tv 



»*•» 
j«*"* 



OSANB 

Festival and Fair 



-or THE- 



BEMETOLET 

PROTECTIVE ORDER 

-OF- 

SEALS, 

WILL BB HELD AT THE 

CITY GARDENS, 

• —ON— 

Sunday and Monday 
&TJJLT5T QO <fc 21st. 

MEMBEK8 OF TEE 

Dramatic, Musical and Equestrian 
Profession 

Datirlng ta Tolnoteer their sorvicw, and parMai wiah- 
Bgto cootribmta Ftlaaa, pleate s»nd their commnni- 
cationi to 

A. W. BARK, C. S. O. S. 

"t !■•'<" M.o-. T78 Uaik'lllml 

—OB TO— 

SHERIDAN COXBYN.C.S. 

«'•» 1*. am WnkliiUB ■Ire. 



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Pacific Purchasing, 

PRINTING DRAMATIC, MUSICAL, LECTURE. AND 
EQUESTRIAN AGENCY, 

Rooms IO anU IT' 090 AVnKltSut^taii streot. 




SI'ElIAL UTOTIOE TO 

Picnic and liall Committees. 

WK ARE PREPAKKD TO FURNISH 
BANl-S.and ORUMlCttTBAS opmpoBBd of 



UISS .1I\MI WAI.TOS, 

....TITB,,,, 

TWO NEW 1IBAUAS, 

Is proparod to accept engag^menta for 6 or 12 
nigbte oommeuaiDg m July. 

MF-Tbe BaslDBMlarrangemcDta of Dramatic or Mo«oal Entertain m« a U, FfiTflS, PIOKIOB 
attended to. 

No obargaa made ozoap 



MF*A1I basloeEB entrnated to mi will be executed with promptness, 
for Btivioei aotuall) parformed. 

BIIKHIDAV CURBYJT St 



CO, 



STILL ANOTHER. 

0"WH*G TO THE BUAROITY OF SALOONS 
on Bob h atreet, 1 beg (o ioforv mj fiiacda 
and tha public- that I havaoDanad the 

NEW HOT SCOTCH SALOON, 

....AT 

0Q« Bwah air ret, between Hontgemery 

and Kearnj. 

All Drirks, PJain or Fancy, lOe. 

Oonoooted fn Me beat atyle and of the 
- Poreit Liqnore. 

a CD AS. W FEUJMlMf, 

»181 tf Prcprietor. 



SANGER HALLE 

(SINGER'S HALL,) 
14 BEABY ST., MAIL XEABNT. 



Nene but Uie Oholceat Brantli of Winn- 
and Llimari on hand* 



DEPOT WEYAHO A lASCHl'S BAY BRIWEP1 

f.l£ tf CH!IIS FELDHAKR. 



79 

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Cnrei Keeent und Chronic Dlacnaee of the 

ETK, EAR. THROAT. LU.VGS and HEART— Cetwrb, Deal- 
naaa, DUoharseafrorrj ttif Kara. Weak or I' fiaotod Kjoe, Conjtft- , 
Debidtr, 1^'iies.iat, ReHtftlATla, KbetimaUam, D>apgpaia, Pn*i, 
Kcrafuis, Urapey. • to. 

I.iatiifn. mui'dtd rr --.iufcle, etanred speedy, safe onre of 
lrr»aulatir,lc«, Pam, Ruppreaafon. weaknfa>, Prolnpsue, ttw^, 
M^'iliiy. Ovailan ana olber Dneaaaa lotoadied. AV01J>- 
DRUGS. 
Ciai fi-n, 'fnmnrs Went* and M'arka *klllfnlly removed. 
•ar- Ail Uonflauniiiil Oases faithfully AttaDded, 
VoDtha.und Ait-ti, co ma tier what tbtj're read or doe* 
'red, can rely on mm remedy of deioimtty, debility, or die- 
oase wi'arinR on body and mind No qnackery ordeoeption. 
Beat maana known for rapid, raajr enre (avoiding danger, inf. 
-ferldg, expoeare or loas of tlcue) of obitloata and apeolal die- 
eases w itno'it meronry. poIfoos or Daaseona dtugs, Oomplnlt> 
cur* (wbera all othcra fail) of worttoaaee and any symptome 
loftftom bad treatment or segltoL -*• 
Free Ooneultatlona. All Uedioiace, eto., fornlabed. 
Call, or write yonr oaae, AddrBfe. N. J. AIKIN. M. D.. 
awOfnoe, ft<»* Kearny atreet. N. E. Corner of California ' 
street, ban FrAnclsco, Gal. jt t" 



Single Outside Rooms, 

wrra 

No. 1 Spring Beds and Hair MattrasseSe 

AT TUE 

BRANCH HOUSE, 

4314 aAN8DHC SISKEI'. COK. C'J.AY* 

JE*lfty Ceat» per INTicli.*, 
And Less toy the "Weoli. 



OPEW AIiXi 3NT I €3r 1E3C IE* 

Ai>r-itt L. J. E^JELL, Proprittor. 



PIONEEK SHOE MANUFACTORY' 




Beers At Maynard, 

£38 Kearny staeet h -..«a«- tyu I. or ] 



* PIGARO." 

tWZ J05TKHAL OT AJtCSEBCSmrn. 

.had btwt Du Ui th# Year bj 
J- , . BOOABDUS 

58JB If ercnaat * = • c35 Waehln«Tt*n at. 

Below MootaoaMry. Sen 7raocisco. 

THUB8DAY JPLY 8, 187 B 

AHUSEMKNTS, Etc 



Cilirornln Theatre. 

Lord Daadresry aa represented by S. A. Sotbsro 
AM fairly ceotured tbe city. Everyone U attain pt 
ire to net a s.st at tbo Calif >raia Theatre tbi* 
•w«tk a* "Oar Amerioin Oonein" most g.ve way to 
'Sim' on Monday. At tbe Fourth ol Jaly taatiDsa 
•• Cccl* Tom's C^bto" willbs performed. Sotatrn 
a* Daadrearr will appear at tat Saturday a*at> 
nee, 
AUkftBibrA Theatre. 

The o«w «ad man. Billy Wicoloe and Frar> k 
jlon], hare maie aa imma i* bit, end lU* grand 
picomim« of 'TD«Od Woejs wio Llvod to lbs 
Sboe." wt b t* bon'-ra-la of tricks and traoslorai- 
a»ons, D'w 900*17, prtt'.y da.oes and imosue 
aitaa'-toaa em* etaud qoile e far ire. AU the 
■oni.^roa to re st,- are gaiog tos>si:. It make* 
-« splendid Fourth of J air bill fjr aatinesaod 
evening. Ml cteilioos Ssioide*'„ 
B Ua Union Thealrp. 

The bill at toil boas* for iQess holiday times i, 
a verr attractive on*. It m»7 be wen by rsfsrricg 
t>onr first page. Miss Leora Be-Toa appears in 
*3»»* of Music. Tommy Bree, Tommy B-rtao- 
£j«fl Dtxoo. Ui Ha Lr and ctbura In evtt; Cassia. 
nod Frtt In jim-ario feau, aad many ethers j 
ririid special ci. >*.it)Qal Anthem and A'ation* 
Tablaau OD th« ¥ inrlb. 
Buckley's Varieties. 

Many w^o Tistt Baa Francisco to participate in 
tb* fe»tiv.is* of the toartb will pay a »;.it t« 
Baoklaj'a Varietite. Geo. C ■ t oa.pt oi (n "Oair/ 
tbe n'wa t> Mary" and o hsr epecia t<ea, Nad 
Bookley la a.- tit mi en aotiacd many t.tisr at tract- 
ion* are off i red. 

aTioniawski. 

Wienlawskl will gi»a hi* farewell concert on 
Sunday eveolnr at the California Theatre. A 
PKCTUDot will be given which will compr.ee tome 
o( ibj most brilLaot performance of tie great 
■n lonlet, sonss by Alms. Jala Dj Byiber, plans 
solos by C. Wolfaoho, and mo io by an orooaatra 
of thirty instratnent* lid by Obar.es Sc-oJtze. 

The ••Great Show." 

Ad irnm:n*e performance is given both in the 
afternoon and averting, on the Glonoaj Fotr.b. 
The lut ni.jbt* of th* circus are eononneed, and 
it U to bs hoped that all the children io San Fran- 
ciscowill bi liken to see Itannmerons wondsr* 
before it B.sl.'y closes. Ooaklin apd bla lions' 
Can* and L.i d<"gi. Hies Cooke aod her beautif a 
steed Digma'. the bib/ eispaant, and all the at- 
tr\;t oa»ar* presented every avaning. To* lag 
anatinee wi 1 be given on batarda;. Extra m.tinee 
on Fonrth of Jay. 

City Gardens. 

On Bnoday aod Monday next, the -Sao Fracclcos 
Oadsta Company. Second BegimeotN. G. C. Cap. 
tain O. B. 8. MoDooald oommaodiag will hold 
high fsatival at those gatdeos pr.or to their da. 
part, ire fjr Wa^bicgijo D. 0. The caddt) wil' 
execit» for tbel**t 4i9es in San F.aichco, the'r 
w/onlerfnl blindfold drill. 

Toe New Aquarium. 

adambera of no Praas, and of the California 
-Aoadetn/ of Soieoc* were invited yettsrday a'ter 
no 10 to Inspect tie new rqaariOKi joat complet d 
at Woodward's Gaid*n. Tbe pnblie are eoffleiently 
v«!i a:qu .in ted with tbe arrangement of the tanks 
te reader description onnece'sarj, Baffice it f 
e»y that they are cow well stocked with fishes o f 
ansay spveies and the aqoarium forms ooe of the 
m jit iotsrestiog of tbe many features of tbe 
garden. After ah* guests had inspected the won- 
ders of the deep enclosed In glass they eojoy«d a 
collation sat oat In an npper room ; vine was dr ant 
•n«*ohee wers miae, and a very pleaiaat time was 
enjoyed. The pabflc opening of tie acqaarinm 
-will tika place on the Fourth 
Flatt'a Hall. 

Thos* who believe (n the Darwinian theory, aid 
those who do not believe will be puzzled by tbe 
extraordinary being on exhib.tion at Platv'a Hall. 
It certainly is s mermaid; it is nothing alee. The 
faoe la that of a ban'teome woman, the nppez por- 
tion of the body is alio human, but the lower por- 
tion is that of a flab. We have teen maaafactared 
Mermaids but they looked like Mermookeys. The 
jM ' roiaid oa exhibition now on exbibion at Platt'a 
Hall U a wonderful combination of woman aad 
fl,k. 

Woodward'* Gardens, 

There are namaroos attraotiens at these gar- 
dens daily. There will be great deings on tbe 
Koartonf Jnly. Immediately after the nro jobs ion 
to* German Gu*rd, Fuailiars Capt. H. Sobneider 
•oeeorted br the Geiman Dragoons and other com- 
pames will giv* a dress parade and exhibition 
.lnil. There will be a grand ball io the evening 
aad a display of aiawork* with milita.y tableaa 

aJTATOsncAL Mxsetj:*.— One of the mott 
orrapiei* collection* of the kiitd In the Cniud 
sltates, comprising hundreds of oostly and beaa- 
tlfol w»x model*, 1* daily on view (to gentlemen 
*cJy) at tbe afnrenm oa Montgomery street. An 
» or may be orontabl* soent bare. 



1 *>Voma l n*9 RlKtats. 

One woold think that it wis one cf woman's, 
ricnu to ecj^y as good a dinner as a man, and 
pay the Eame price for It. Nearly all the res- 
taurants "for lsdlea and geLtlemen" in Ban 
Francisco have poorer far^ than those where 
gen'lemen only dioe. There re as exception. 
■At the Fiosrnt BxsrauBAjrr, on Washington 
street, at the ccruer of Dunbar Alley, ladies can 
get an excellent breakfast, drnner or larch, aft 
a reasonable price. Henry Bocxen, established 
■Elnce J8s9, proTideB every luxury the market 
adordg. Both ladles and gentlemen find tnexa 
dleh&a to pita&e toe most epicurean taste, • 



Twenty Thousand 

Pap*r Collars, all Btylee, fcr sale cheap at the 
TP_ ai Ohear Lanndry, office 121 Leldeadozff si. 



Tbat'a If. 

Toe AiamedA County Gszetie has tbe fol- 
lowing: , 

"More irapudeaoo frem Figako. loons 
column Is •' stolen article palmed eff for 
urig nal, end in the ntxi is ajetereace to 
■bTHtLB '— A ta." 

Toe oifference: BaTeraJ columns of 
stolen aniolesiu tie Alu, and no reference 
or symptoms of "brains." 

— ^ 

Perfectly Klgbt- 

Profeasor Kewmao, in the lA>odon 8:eo- 
tator, feels noheaiution in declaring suicide 
t« be s jmoiimts a duty.Sz. 

Certainly it is s^metimas a doty. We 
only wish we cou'd get some pewple wo wot 
of to take this Tiew of tbe questiOD. That 
L cdB eTit.es man of the Alta for instance- 
T.e time was when the brains were oat tbe 
man would die, but it is not sj now. When 
a man finds that bli brains hare gone, then 
suicides bwcames a duty. When a man 
becomes a natsaoca O himself, and all who 
cjmo in cobtict with him perbaLB suicide 
is a duty. To enumerate all the case in 
t_is C17, in which suicide sbou'd be oonsid 
•ted *duty woold ccaopy Uo mu:b space. 
They »Ul suggoit thjmselves to every 
rtad«r. 
A. pi-aslntf Teatliuonlat. 

One Bunday, recently, during tigb mass 
at 12, in aba TUlage of Oleniarff, Ireland, 
three ladies of tbe Proteaiant faith were 
obliged to take sLelter fiom olo of these 
heavy summer saoaers wbich so frequently 
occur m the south of Le'aod. The officii- 
tiog priest, knowing who thay were, and 
wishing t3 appear respectful to tbem, etcop- 
eld«wn to his attendant, who was on bis 
koe;S, and whispere'l to him: -'Tbie* chairs 
for toe prote tant ladits" — whieh tbe con- 
gregation immaliatsly took up, aLd gave 
three hearty cheers, while the elergyman 
ac.uallys ood dumfounded. 



X>0 Wot » Hirer troxu Corns, 

Tbe unfortunate sufferers from Cems, Bun- 
tens, Club Ingrowing Nails, can ftnd Instant 
relief by allying at Dr. B. fl. Oowma's Instl. 

' tute, 810 Eearny street, from 1 to 6 p jc We 
r*™*g from experience, ha-rtng tested the Doc* 

1 er'i capability. Reference* gives Ifr&quirea. B 



He Dr.w Well. 

"Can you draw, young man?" inquired 
Qaiip, of an applicant for a private tat jr- 
B hip. ' Certjinly," replied the candidate 
"At ten years of age I could draw beer; at 
at twelve a picture; at fifteen a truck loaded 
wi;h cabbage; at sixteen an inference; at 
twenty a bill of exchange. If I were an 
actor, I believe I c ..u'.d draw the largest 
ktLd of Lou.-e, bat being a le.cter I am con- 
tent ti draw a salary, and the bigger the 
better." "Y-.ull do," Bud Qoilp, 

A Stare M- tnod. 

Somebody is advertising a preparation 
warranted tj keep a lady's baad free from 
cbaps. Ponch knows anotaer way to effect 
this. Let her have it known that she has no 
money. 



Walking in Central Park is becoming 
m r<j fashionable. 

Dark sage green and light bine are a fash- 
ionable combination. 

Polonaise* of guipure lace are the latest 
street extravagance. 

The Hell Gate improvements cost four 
millions. Hot enough. 

The Crystal, alive to the wants of the com- 
munliy, has Imported dlreo., &tfwabd's cele- 
brated Scotch Wbt3kt, whloh all true lovers 
of good 1 quors wilt sample if wist. Briady& 
Dunce, proprietors, 535 Saoramento street, be- 
Waan Montgomery and Sanseme. c-c 

Frultand Confectionery, 

For tae very fl nest Fruit and Confectionery 
go to C. Wier '* Fruit Bazaar, corner of Stock- 
ton and 01 ay Streets. Fine stock of cigirs 

and Tobacco. *5w. 

3tii> iloor-.-, 

Formerly of Bass House Carrlaeos, can be 
ound In front ef Cole-man Bros, clothing es* 
abUsbment, southwest corner irueh and Mon«- 
Komery sts. , or Dexter Btables. Carriage orders 
I art at either place promptly attended to day 
or ni Jht, at reduced rate*. ra 



Lndles "Vlaltlnff Ccr-ls. 

Written, engraved or printed by Joan p. 
Dwtxb, 126 Sutler street, opposite Lick. House, 
and at the Grand Hotel. M. B.— HasTDCSB- 

cnxan kxatlt atanxxn. FrytLnrsms of every 
description to order. B 

Pratt's Abolition Oil 
Oures Stiff Joints, Sprains and Bruises. 3-l 



EXPERIENCE. 

Experteaca wcunded Is thesobool 

Where snast leirna piercing wisdom out of smart. 

BEPUTATIOH. 
The purest treasuri mortal times afford 
Is spotless reputation; tnat awiy, 
Men are bit gilded loam, or tainted olay. 

BSEaUH. 

No truth fr am heaven de scends upon our sphere. 
Without the greeting of the sceptic's sneer; 
Dsnted, atdmeckedat, tl 1 its blessing fall, 
Common as dew and eunshlue, over all. 



The While Boose. 

The White flou>e Is thronged every afternoon 
with ladies, the majority of whom nave come 
from a distance and consequently must need 
some refreshments. D: these ladles know that 
directly opposite the White Bouse is tbe Wnxut 
Hou x BxsiauBAirx. Tble Bestauraot has joat 
been r<vn;ted and enlarged by Mr. Meyers, the 
p-oprletcr, with a special view to the com -rt 
of ladles. He has taken great care to keep it 
select, ana tne refre'hments are first-class. *6w 



L>r. Doht-rty 

Has devoted nle study more paraotdaxiy to 
ehxonlo and specific practice, and as such is 
bow the moat snooessful of any Physician in 
dan Franouoo. Office 519 Sacramento street, 
Dornet of Leidesdortt, a tew doors oelow What 

Ohser Bouse. j 

Everybody Suited. 

There is no end to the multitude of fashions 
In bats. At " Tax" Bat Store. 64T Washington 
street (second hat store below Kearny) , all these 
nrw styles can be found. The stock is immense 
—the prices are reasonable. Every one who 
goes there la sure to be suited. a 



Don't Pay Other People s D.bti. 

Bnt bujTinr farcltnre and Bedding for oa«h 
of J, A, Shaberst Oj. 707 Market Street, who 
gives no one credit, eo make no bad debts and 
therefore sell far nn.lUr profits, and leas 
prices than any other dealers in San Franols 



Af <.er tra.e'X\rAejiat;res are out 

Ton ehanld not fall to go and try some excellent 
Eastern C am Chowder at the Hot Scotch, SIS 
Bath Street, their liquor* cannetb) excelled, tbe 
only Saloon where a gjod Tom and Jerry or Hot 
Punch 'scan be got, all drinks plain or fancy 10 
cants, go thsre once and again yan will go. 



San Francisco Jewelry manufactory. 

D. W. Laird, 610 Merchant street. Diamond 
Setting, Enameling. All kinds of repairing 
done. Jewelry for sale. i-p 



Corns, Btantoaas, Jjatrrowinar Nails. 

A perfect core warranted by Albert Schoen. 
wald, tfj Second slre*t. . 4-bi 



We get no Alness from Chinese, end we 
employ none to do our work, at the What Cheer 

JLaondry Office. 131 Leldeedorff street. * 



Potalon Oak. 

It ia now generally known that tbe active priei 
pie to whieh the effects of POIaOrf OaE an due 
is a violatiie acid called by ohamiata toxioodeedric- 
acid. It is, however, noteo well known that DICK- 
EY S OBEHB DB LIS is not only the best availa 
able prevaatttive, bat will aisa,by its neutralising 
and soothing qoalities, greatly relieve all dietros*- 
ing symptoms. 



T*ne iB&est JEtecaecl.les, 

Dr. Ferry's Last Chance, tor pain. Dr. Per- 
ry's Webfoot Fills, for all bilious complaints, 
for sale by all druggists. Agency, 417 Sanaome 
3 tree t , corner of Commercial . 
PtiLitoartpaic 0*>k-u*»- 

At ono dollar per dozen at tbe People* Art 
Gallery, 84 Third street between Stevenson and 
Viaalon street. A 



Star Shlrte and. Collars. 

All sorts and sizes, for fs's cheap, at the 
What Cheer Lausdry, 121 LeddesdoriT St. • 



Good iVows. 

My customers and the pnblio era notified 
that the optnine of Montgomery Avenue will 
sot necessitate my removal, but that I still 
keep the largest, best assorted and cheaput 
atook of men and boys clothing in the city 

Also great bargains in gent's furnishing go ^de 
trunks, valissp, ha's eic„ Call before prnchas- 
ng. H. Peyser, 7i9 Montgomery Etrce*, first 
Store north of Washington 6l. 



What all Ladies are arond of. 

Ladies ara fond of whatever ia elegtnt and 
luxurious all the world over, and nothing ap- 
peals so strongly to ibeir dominant passion in 
that respect as a bands me ferriage, with sty. 
Ufh appolnimenis and stlrded hcr?es. It is 
not to be wondered at, thtr*fore, that a lady's 
envy is excited at seeing a mere wealthy mem- 
ber of her sex is a beautiful Clirenee, or other 
fashionable vehicle, with a proud, dashing 
team. It is important to know that the Occi- 
dental Ca rlages, which are lecond to none in 
elegance, may be used by any lady in the city 
at any hoor for any length of time she may 
desfra. This virtually places those who engage 
them on sn equal footing with the moat fortu- 
nate of their sex. aad eoeial harmony Is there 
by established, Orders for these favorite car- 
riages miy Deleft at the Occidental Hotel, or 
at Bouton At Son's stables, Me. 1016 Stockton 
street, • 

The Last New Song. 

Air— "Jfoef d> Chandon," 
Emerson Corville H my name, 
My business always is the same; 
Eastern Oysters, and Fancy Boast, 
Rell&hes thes°, that my housa can boast. 
Safely these Bivalves to all I show, 
Ohl nigh obi Oh! nigh oh! 
None who have been but again will go, 
Corville tays sol says sol 
Ou Pine Street, at No. 410, 
Remember the number aod call again. 
Visions of Shell-fidi in every stvle, 
Inwardly cause yon much*to smile. 
Ladies with escorts there always go, 
Ladles go I Ladles go! 
Emerson OorviUe's polite 1 and so 
3-1 They gol they go! they go! 



Removal, 

Samuel Swift has removed from 116 to 113 
Post street. Sewing miohlces rented and re- 
paired as usual, and sold cheaper than ever, x 



Bound Not to be Boat, 

Is G. Buranardt's motto. Fine French Calf 
Boots niEde 10 aider frem 36 U $10. A good 
and satisfaction guaranteed. Call at 640 Waab> 
icgton street and be convinced, A full assort- 
ment of neatly-made goods always on hand, at 
prices to suit everyone's purse. 4 bx 



White Labor Only! 

Employed by the What Cheer Laundry, 121 
Leidoedotff s'.reet. * 



S.F. BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

Bookaellcga *and Atftttan^re. 
H.H. Modre", 609 Monutoi -ry, asa.- MorcfcASU 

xftnelnena Colleeo*. 
Heald's. Bryant A Strattons College. M Poet •treat 

Butcbfia. 
Katr, Fred. Stalla 94 to 100. CaUf oroia-Market. 

Dentists. 
H F. Pope, £ Montgomery Street. 

Employment Office. 
Chinese Employment Co.— Pierce A Co., 62T Sao- 
ramento street. 

Fr-encs. Fssaey Oooi'f, 
Locan A Co. . 19 Menbeomrry. 10? and IM Batter, 

Hair Jewelry. 
H. A. Oallender, nunnfaotnrer, 6i Second streeL 

Human Hair* 
Sampeox., A. B. A Co., 110 Second *tr*»t- 

Searcher ef Betorrfa. 
O. V. Gillespie, 641 Washington street. 

Silver Prize Drei> Fittlag- 
Ha». Broeae, No. U Third street. 

'Watebea and .Jewrelr-y. 
H. A, Oallender SI Second street. 

Whlteneri and Paper Hocgera 
A.W. Whe'.den, "22 Geary street. 

Wlnea and llqaera {Wnoleeale.) 
Danerl P. A Co.. «4 Front 



BORER'S BITTERS. 

THE trVDEBSIGHED IS BOLE AGENT IN 
OalifoJoia, for the sale of tbe abovs cele- 
brated Bitt ra. He ia prepared to deal with 
Merobanta and Jobber* on tbe moat reasonable 
term*. -yVM. B. JOHNSTON, 

jail la 48- California etreek 



AFTER xatxt 

THEATRES ARE OUT 

GO TO THK 

Hot Sootoli, 

Batter street, near nteau-ny, 
And try one of their 

Hot Stotch's or Tom & Jerry's 
All Drinks Ten Cents 

raUtf JOS. D. BB1GG8. Proprietor. 




For Sale— A a?li*aT*erer, 

Twaetv-tws feet long by tea feet bum. Sails 
Anchor and Ohains — osmplete in every respect 
Well suited f jr A PLSASTJBB BOAT. The oraf « 
Is nearly new and will be sold at A GRE AT BAb- 
GAIN. To oe seen at Meigg's Wharf 

Anpty by letter or ia person to "Ohob." Figaro 
Office. je?5 2w 



FIGARO 

IS " HERE, THEKB AND EVEBYWHEBJ7 
and U oonetanlly meeting a change of readers 
in tbe Theatres, Traveling Conveyance*, Hotels, 
and public resort* generally. 



FIGARO ; 

CHtOULATES IN THE BEST SGOTETT. IS 
placed in the hat is of nearly all who come 
to the city to make pnrc ^eas, and ia ther e lor e the 
beet of advertising media ^ x ■"" ffyi ~j" 



: FIGARO 

CIRCULATES AS HOUSE PROGRAMME IN 
every Theatre in San Franoisoo. e 



FIGARO 

IS MAILED EVERY DAT TO ALL THE 
principal boiela in California, Nevada aad 
Oregon— the papers left in the theatres at sight 
being gathered np and saved for that purpose. 



FIGARO 

18 DISTRIBUTED EVERY DAY TBBOUGHi 
out the centre of the. city, in all Hotels, Ree- 
tancanta, Saloons, Stares and Offices. 



FIGARO 

IS OTROTJLATED EVERY DAY ON THR 
Oakland FerryBosts to catch the paseengera 
hat arrive by tbegreat Overland Trarn. 



GEETETTDE M. GEEG0EY 



GREGORY TROUPE 

Is requested to eemmnnlcate immediately with 
tbe nodersigned. By so doing (he will he«r sosae- 
th*ng greatly to hr advantage. 

J. H. JIcCABE, Theatrical Aafeot, 
ia-19-Im 620 Washington Street, 



lOCts. lOCtg. lOOte, 

Fez Glass for the Finest 

Wines and Liquors, 

and the Celebrated 

EEEDEEICKSBUEG BEER, 

— .ni— 

FRED- O. WfNTWOBTH'S 

SALOON, 

601 KEARNY STREET, N. W. cor, Sac. 

i»-l»-n. 



0YSTEE GE0TX0 g* y^. 

House fitted u par polely for L»cll«' ^SWSV 

428 PINE STREET, 

At».e Ih. O.Hforni. M»I»»t. Mtire.il Smtial 
HoDKom ory Str»«u. 

A. W. »IAN1«IH«, Propriotor. 



HALL'S 

P A R 

R 8 L l 

S A A , 

yellow' 

DOCK 

AXD 

IODIDEof POTASS 

rnHI BEST SPE1.VO MfDIfllt 

to "ie. Porlflea tbe Blood of all 

norftld, eorrcot ond Impure matter. 

Core. Bhcanatlua and Mercurial ralaa. 

Sold by all Uro,«l.t.. 



AOEKC-T. 417 SA.XSOMB 8TKEET. 

SOLE AGHNTS FOB 

IM. PFBBT'I LAST CeiKCE aad 

DB. PEBBI'S WKBIOOT PUIA 

ioJt 



POSTEiRS 

PrognffloM.. ud ell kioda of Printing for 
SHOW, LEC fUXE. CONCEKT, 

ATBE aad CIBCC8 MAWASBBS. 
AT LOW BATES, BY 

13. JF*. stexrett 

S8« OLAT STREET. mil 



THOMAS W. BREE. 

SIIjVJiIR PTiftTBH 

/« HAHTTFAi/rUBSB 

-~ — AITD— 

REP AI B E B 



*2? I 



to 



DRUBS, BAftJOS, 

— AITD— 
OTH£B MTJ8ICAX. DttflH. U MENTfJ. 

ESTABLISHED IK 1ft ©5. 

as> f insniii given on the Banjo and Drum. MS 
af iBBIOIT BTBEET, between Flrtrt and Second. 

If. B.— FUe-toned Silver Solo Banjos for Pro- 
essionals always orf^iand. iaU ti 



FREE AND EASY. 

1TEBT IITIBDIT XISHT. 



Piano and. emgdnB at S F.B4. 



CHARING 



4* 



SALOON 



60S Mission street, near Second 
delO EAGLES t WILD, Proprietors. 



MISS N. SCULLY. 

LADIBb' 

FASHIONABLE HAIR DRESSER 

I Baa BameTad to 
814 WA8HISGTON ST., 
Four doors below Stockton sine 
Hairwork of all Descriptions made to order 
Onarges moderate. yell Im j g 




MBS. EGOEBT, OLAIftVOTANT, TEST , 
and Trance Medium— Osm bseonsnlted m 
jo business orsiokne**daily.fromWa-i<. to n 
i P. m Spiritnal Oirolaa, Bnnday. 'Jnesdayi and 
Eridaywvenings.atSP.M., at ber residenoe, **•» 
O'FarreH sLreeU near Maaon. m ffi-Ira 






Bar Sugar 

FOB SALE-SIS KKABUY STSBBT. AI 
MEBOEB-8. _ Alio, otkt kind of OudiM 
Wbolewl. Mid E.t iU 
ro7U M. 1 



Lyon's Portable 
KITCHEN FURNACE, 

TN ITS EOOWOMY OF OOAL AND STOVE. 
1 »s a peneoi cooker, broiler, to.Bt.r. and na£ 

iroo heater, is . neceaeitr to e.ery hooieteeper 
who wi.be. 10 rar. tba etove .od «»<ft™»<5 
tie lo.l it cooBooaeB. It '» obeBp-t? 50. Call aod 
tee it at work, at Stombs A Miller 8, plumber., 
Bii-fitt*", lie, copper and etojre store. OPDOSlt. 
M«niri™Opj'r» "oo,s. B»T W.ibingtoo Btre.;. 
SaAO M. WaVd. Asent of tbe Paoino Ooaet 
»be trade Bopptied. )■" ™ 



Philadelphia Restaurant. 

OHAS. V. BEBGOLD, PBOPBIETOB. 

THE OBOIOEST MEATS AITD 
Vegetablee, Board by tbe weed. 
AOt- PINE STREET between Kearc, 
and MaBtmnm. roar-y 



MILITARY COODS 

....AJTD. .. 

GOLD AND SILVER THEATRICS! 
TRIMIfllNGS, 

8S5 Montatomei-T atrtet. Boom Wo 
ahll tf T. B9DGERS JOHHSOlf. 



EDWARD PEEL A CO., 

OSS aad •J.? Waaalnstoa atreet, 

HAVB OPE5ED A OOOKHJO ESTAB1JSH- 
na a a" ttaiB plaoe for the p.rpo*. of prepap- 
lot BALL ODPPKBS and LUNCHES FOB fto- 
BIOS AHD SAL00S8. on the roort raat.oablj 
terras. Lnnohea oeliTered in an, part ef th. oitr 
free of obarse. Tb; patrooaao of tbe Baloooa la 
th e Pity 1b reapectfnrlf soltolted. l°L"n 

GEORGE MA-YE* 1 , 

DEALKB IS OV6TERS. OLAHB -SBk 
Sd.ll kind, of SHELL ,&*>*■ JKV% 
StallBKo. d». «1;„*». 0.l.foml.V»» K| 
Market, antnnoa anJOaUfoml. JsMat. •— _^»" 
Pablli or pct™». partus a^famJUe. ntPPiVBd 
from 6 a.K.'w 11 rjt. .Ladlar and taWI 
Otb«« Boom trooo from ■ ija. to a r M <a*31» 



A 



1 -_- •.■:..- ? 

•tins i roit 



tJOTtTmS I 





9 ^) ' fu " WSMt D "OOPS 

" 110 (o l.tTper it oath 

9ESTJND ROTR, 



mo«iD»», /vlt s. im 



T.t. XVII. «. Ml. 



•amm* ,. ia»P*ai 



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l, CALIFORNIA THEATRE 

K »M§MM* »i , ■ i — SMaaea. 



CALIFORNIA TI1ATB1. 



UT rVCIKu Ji ■ i 

HENRI WIENUWSKI 

■ am* 

FAREWELL. 

GrulVflUiirtlBtruawiUlC:- 

• ■■ j»i ■ 4fr» IITili. 



TMtDIDAT AMD IKIPA Y IVMIV 



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JOLT * «»4 4 



i u -*• *»iif —< a*** a** «4 



LORD DUNDEARY 



Smokers, Rejoice 

YOU CAN J3XTTT 

at tbi 

Custom House 

CIGAR STORE. 



OUR A IVEIDFIIOAIV COUSIN 



„ 518 Battery Street, 



BWM ■ <'>i iMa 

Grand Orchestra 
oo Musicians 

■ aLCAB,- M " ' >M> 

■ 



« KIKIOKI ■«> •">- 
•>■•. Jill •>- >IIH> 



< id. »oiriii»< 



It W1IX&VIKI aae OfikMtn 

T J ti i < tyrfi*«*^»i ■"■.'. fr»« LnfM 

■ ■E. Jllf D. ITTIM. 

• iaB*aa«BasC*Bfll I.. I Wlunitl 

w. wiuimti 

• Tii mii ■»» r. «.»«*• 

OICWTBA. 
luClam ...J.r LnUHl 

fnaOMIili iMinifciimmDwiOMimiiiiii 
Bete**, luu mm. nation Me*. 



LORD DllllllteAIIT fl>M «M< 



• H»ar 

■unit 



MR. IOTHERM 



a TftMMH 
», * m»r»v»» 

Ml WILMHH 

i uu.n mm 

U J rftKKTtlK 

■ iili!<»il noma 

■ It. M.OOIE Mooaa 

.urn*, a a. »ui<iiiu 

I AkBII Wf ATT 

... HISS 111 K . 

»»MA STABI.BT 
KABMIR »TAKI.».T 



0RAM1 FXTrUkUTINKE, JULY 4th at 8 o'clock, liNCLE TOM'S CAIUN 

aWtarday AlUirnooD. July 5th si 3 o'tlork 

"ONLY 1VHDEBAST HATmfil." 



SPBOIAIj K"OTIOE1." 

UK. MoCULUIfOH bog* to Infirm tbo public II. tt owing la 

. SOTHERWJ 

Uoaroidabl* retaro to Eur op*, 

LORD DUNDREARY 

Can only b© performed 

SIX IVIGHET 



." i 



Dm Lordships 



BROTHER SAM" 

Will Ueiefora be produced on MONDAY EVENING JDLT Tib. 



Reserved Seats Can be Obtained Daring the Whole Engagement HatS 



HAVANA 

PLANTATION! 



XW7 per Hundred 



Tlioy Smoke Belter I tun moat of the 
High-priced Imported Cigars. 



IMITATION PLANTATION, 



&-& SO per Hundred 

A. GOOD CIGAlt, 
Anil Made t>y White M>n. 



PLANTATION 



ORDERS FROM THE INTERIOR RE- 
SPECTFULLY SOLICITED. 

K.3. McClellan&Co., 

CIS Battery Street. 



. se ««i» !nt 






,, a »«•, 



CALIFORNIA INVENTION. 

H 

M 

-FOB- 

SEWING MACHINES, 

MITISTS MO JEWELLERS' LATHES, 

T B U laiT-Btton C»« t» Bpp]|r<l to th* nporalDg 

tjf an artnda or SsvtBg MtcbtD'i. DcotliU" 

ftodaTwallora Lalhra In iirup'i -Ity l« 

ooly •««* cd If ti* 4ur*Dlll j 

It »T..id • tba m« of t be t raod- 

1«, whl-h la od racaful 

sad lajarlotu. 

■»* Application mil* bj tbo AmdU for ib« 
Pao-fl: 0- a-t 

IAWTER * WHELDOW, 

S33 WooB.ln.rtoa Ntreat. 




AZTEC PINOLE. 

made khom pabohrd oobh, 



j Aaa r*galar artlclo of fuod. 

Aa a ailot fordyapepilca, 
1 Aa a food for child r«n, 

Aa a roarat»ior of tho bovrala. 
I Aaa thlokoatna; f -r •ooai, 
\ kTor broaalaa callolo aad ttak, 
Per tho aM ofmlaTi, 
'or tho «■■ of proapoatara, 
V»rtatai» •fhant-ra, 
for tho aa* of eonapora, 
Forthaaao ofplonlekoro. 
For iBm aao of every body. 
A oot. »•»!•■ t Inocb , aiwara raa4j at a 
-■■■II t'i aatia*. 

A«h Your Oroaor for it, 
Baiail craaara ioppliai by uy wbolaaalasr ar 

***** AZTEC COMPANY, 

SIS ■aaraaaaataatreca, S.m Fraaalaeo, 



WANTBD, 

McDANlEL'S THEATRE 

THREE GOOD JURIETV WQMEH 

•a awl will Sad It Is lh.lt 4d.»m- 



On Jackson Street Lot«Positively Last Week of the Circus 



The Great New York and New Orleans 

MENAGERIE CIRCUS AND MUSEUM! 

One Tloliet Admits to «,ll Tents. 



A. I rloan 

and 

Allan 

ZEBRAS, 

OaAMOIS. 

KANGAROOS, 

IBEX. 

Mondrills, 

HOBSIOH 

PORCUPIITB. 

BABT 

ELEPHANT, 

QOBILLA, 

Inchenmon, 

Voar lArf* 

Xilons 




CACE 

_or- 
PEFORMING 

LIONS, 

Moamoth 

African Tapir 

a Pair of 

Boyd BaogalTlgfy, 

a drora of 

Batrlclan 

CAMELS 

Boow-ohit» V 

COCKATOOS, 

LLAMAS, 

JAGUARS, 

O0AL0T. 

GAZELLES. 



M. WHIPPLE, 

Bradbary, Haatar. 

* Bha will omit bar ragnlar trip to Storanaato 
oo KridtT. >h« FoB-to of Joly. ud La»v« Vollajo 
Sir*>>6 Whtrf, 

On Saturday. July Oth, 

AtlO:30A. M.raturnlnf will laova ttaoranaoto 
s«-id»j. J oIt fiih m\\ t A. M. orrlTioy io H%u Frae- 
oitooai«:IOP. M. 

Fm*+ mi.— 

atoala AUCta. 

Joa Oraaa'a OalabrkUd Br»««Bani miU •ooam- 
paoj ili« Doit this trip. 

Bba wilt common har r«oUr trio aa paradvsr- 

tlM03«LI. 

JC K. WHIPPL", Proprietor. 

S.E HKKKtlK, Ait,, K6 OlorSt.B. F. 
A. Bra war, As*i*-aaoraaianto 



A Programme of New Attractions for the Last Week. 
One Hour's Exhibition of Animals and Curiosities in first! Pavilion. 

''at omter Python" largest Snake in Captivity, 21 feet long. 16 inches in circumfrence. weight 149 lbs. 

Th« Large. t Family In th* world, Bf ADANB JAMBS and BBBTVO SONS, Combined Weight 1,661 1 4 Lbs. 

• -IllaiSr PEBFOBMAMOB OS THK IKTISIBLB WIRE...... 

■ ••••...•.....•.. ,„ I,...., , MlBo J KBSIO vjnpa** 

lO.-II A HKY W.J. MY OCOKB IM HIS SSOOO OfU.I~ 



PART 8EC0ND. 

In the Circus Pavilion. 

Performance: In the Evening at 8 P, M , 

AMD WEDKEBDAI. FB1DAT tad SATOBDAI AltorneoiU At S A>. K 
l.-OVIRTUBX. JOB. E. OBEBM, Dlnolor. 

a -THE niHnoTU dbh o» pbrpobiuno liona 

Tator.d b, PROF. QUO. «. CONCKL.IN 

». -BR >THBBS VA« ZAMOT M TUBIB O0MI0AL EXOEHTBJ- 

UiriES, PAS Lib DEDX oomqonB 

4.— LITTI.B OLAaaVOB WELBY COOKE, (I „ira old) And. bit 

P.lPon, BUrrEBFLT 

«.— F0UNO LEON, In LeApiag MIor.r lad thro.jh r.rlon. ftbj.ot. 

OLOWH " .TTrVT-TT. W1LLUM WOBHELL 



•.■Bi-APPPABABOIol MILLIE HABBTTA ipoi tba Bwl.tlofr 
rr.p-ae, TBIl ebArmtr,remMA«driB b.r 01." lo.l Aad Bi.«.t 
Ptrl(nm.aae— 1. DtMlIT*!, Miibeat u A rlY.I. Hit •*•! ITAo. .nd 



ErMl PArtDg Bumps H»r tb. QUEEN ol tb. A I K 
T.-BEADnFUL DAHIBBDAUCJIMOMAB* DAOMAB latrMlaMd 
b, BUS KATX-OOOKB 



i.k.vue Airr. . 

1 1 .- 1 HB LB APIHO STAO AFD DOMIC MOWBE Y BIDEB.. . ■• • ■ • 
Tr.locd.od latredaofd b, H«nrf Oeok*. Br 

ll.-THF BtBT 1LKPHAIT. (b's Brit APP.irMO. b.lorA 
.a .8-11.06.). Iolr»daood br bi. k.ep.r G.org. Ooaklla 

To eooolada with tb« Uagb.blA BqaMtrlAo Bkttcb 
THE KIDING LESSON, 

Or, Papa and his Son Johnny. 

p.„. Tbo.. McEnWrs, 

jT, c v.-bir8opV.v.v.'.......:.v.v.v.v.''.. i-^'i' 8 !": 

in ,,-«;bj. *«- ..Aoot Van Aoant 

H.'tou^.V..'.v.v.v".v.'.v.v.v.v.v:."'.:^ wor™u 

■«.ii> of Pp|«m — Adanlatalon to the whole Show aioo R«- 
W. wTOW^Mavaasat. 9f. B, Baffdaa. Praaa|Aianl- 

OarriigM mar bo CttSscsd tD|UM ETfj&lng at 10 o'clock.. 



Cfrand Daylight Excur- 
sion 

TO SACRAMENTO. 



8. 




Attention, Good Livers! 

MR. P. BBROBB. FORMEHLY 
Dropi.aU>r of tbo Hioan* Baa- 
taoroot, baa takon tb« roaaaffement 
at botb the itiucro' Roe, Avnrant o- y 
Oomaieruial atroat aod tba Minora'ai. . 
Braoob oo AUrkot atroai. io partoartb»p wUnM 

A-DBA 1 ? 

a ran lor » 

tba ootafn 

nor a' mora popular tbau It baa STarTu — 3-»s~- ^ • 
Lba ii yoaraef Itn pt-oaparitf. Our B*»a ol VM 
aralv-oa all tbo daUoaoiea of tba «aa«m. OM 
■otto ia "Good Fara. Good Oooktoa, and ModoraU 
Oharaaa .» p BKMII A CO. _ 

MINERS' RESTAURANT, 

SOI and aaa Ooi-maraial, aau 
ISO Markat atroai. 
Qpon rota 5 A-at. to B> F.M. anil In) 



J OO Mornoi airoa*. 10 jikiow."-!' -"n— ™ 
AYKUB. wbo b«a booD oooiiaetad witB tvu 
ryoara. ItcprovanooBUboTa baan » aaa la 
ia(n a dapf-rtmaL toat will rendarj tba Ml- 



CALIFORNIA AND NEVADA 
VOLUNTEERS, 



H0K0RABL7 D180HABOBI>P0B ANT 
oaaaa.ot Dram Barraaka. or oorothar 

olaoa ovar JlO mllaa froa> plaoa of aoliatmaa* 
ara anttt ad to additional TiaYat Par. 

Apply to tj ^ ROBIHSON, 
,o-M-ac. S*° HootoTomary Btraat 



J 



PIPER'S OPERA HOOSf. 

Yiaeniu orrr. MarvAvitAV. 

twws -JA^aagiWaa 



a»a> Woahrnrtoa atraa*. Boat jrranaitaa 



MARKET_NOTICE. 

... Callfersla Market will rets.la open 
on THORBD A Y Jo., Jd ««UI II P. M., .od r«Ala 
0LUBBD ea FBIOAT Jal,«k. 

THOMAS BBOWK. Baal. 




THB J0TJBNA1 Of AMTJSKMBHTB. 

illened every DM m the l'**' *>» 
j B O O A. H 13 XT e 

S3* stercknat and 534 W«*W«« "" 
Below Montgomery, San FnnolMO. 



THUB8DA Y JTJLT 3, 1878 



2,500 FICAROS A DAY 
are circulated in the Cir- 
cus. "Figaro" is the only 
Programme for the "Creat 
Show." 



NOTICE. 

To-morrow, July 4tb, being a National 
Holiday, the boys*, the press room will not 
get cp§ earn ontha.d*j— at ltatt net id tie 
preei-icom. The result is there can be do 
Fioaso printed on the 4th, and today's is* 
ene will bo used in all the places of aracse. 
merit on that day. Tfce programme being 
the -came for both days. 



Perpetual Mclion Explained. 

In answer to a bnmpuon.-} correspondent 
tbe Scion tine American explains its riewe of 
perpetual motion, in the f blowing jraaical 
terms: "Kany forms of perpetual motion 
machines bare teen invented. The simple- 
eet form ie ths tab. When a man plac.s him- 
m f in a tab and by a steidy pnll at the 
haooes lifts himself from the ground, be 
has produced a sncses,fa],p&rpetual motion. 
All soob ioiobuesn«c;B*a ily operate on the 
same principal atd, umii an individual is 
enabled to opera to the simple form abo.e 
described with succet-s, it will be ua'lesi far 
him to eiytet that be cad work a moie com- 
plicited, ptrpttual motion machine*. The 
addition of cog-whtels and levers will no 1 
help tbe mat or." 



j a Thie Pl» C larl.m ! 

Toe Alta it may be rememberei took 
Figabo to task for publishing one of the 
Banbury news man's items without credit 
and accused us of BtcaliDg brains. Day after 
day the Alta harped on this slip Figabo had 
made and assertsd that all the bright tbioga 
that ever appeared in yax columns were sto- 
len. All this becime we fcund a story afloat 
and not knowing whether Max Adler or tbe 
Duibury news man was the author omitted 
to give credit. Tb.3 Alta baa a different man. 
ner of stealing. Like tie p:ck-po< ket wbo 
tikes tbe names of tbe owners off the hand- 
kerchiefs, or the thief who hammers out (be 
marks from the silver ep jene, the Alt . when 
it gets puseesiioD of something showing 
brains smears ont the car marks, and tries 
to piss it off as original. The following ap- 
peared in the Examiner of Jane 21st: 

A PoraLET.—Says the St. Louis Demo- 
crat: "The young lady who signs herself 
•Lou'se.' and sends us a poemlet of twelve 
Ters.-o, on tbe cjntiition of tbe streets cf St. 
Loni*, is requested to make her poem lon- 
ger, or we cannot print it. Sixty verses 
wou'd be nooe to many: meanwhile we will 
hold on to what w<3 have Id hand, merely 
whetting the reader's appet.te by giving four 
lines, which read as follows: 

■Go see wbat I bare fawn, 

Go feel wbat I hare felt. 

Go ont at eatly dawn. 

And smell what I save smelt," 
In the Alta of yesterdiy morning we find 
the following: 

A gentleman, bavioR txken his "constitu- 
tional* atNorth Be.cb, acd after walking by 
tbe bilge water panda, tbe bead of Meigg's 
wharf, met a Supervisor and thus addreSted 
him ia the words of tha po.t: 

"Go sea wbat I sawn. 

Go feel wbat I have felt; 

Go ont at ea Jy dawn 

Aad smell wbat I nave smelt." 
We think that is c-leoky, enough, even for 
tha Alta. Why did noi tbe Alta give credit 
to the St. Lcuis Demccrat? Quotation 
marks go for nothing, tbe Alta tried to pats 
off that Ecrap of poemlet as original. The 
idea and the versj are both stolen bodily 
from the St. Louis Democrat. 



An t'nhuppy Father. 

That was a touching experience of a Bos- 
ton gen^euan whose family had been abroad 
for Borne lime. He met tiem In Paris recen- 
tly, and bis children speaking French only, 
he was obliged to go to school to acquire tbe 
language, in order to cjaveree with his off- 
spring. 

Too Wlas tor his Year* 

A young man was asked by tbe examiner 
in history at a eei tain great cjllege to give, 
as Bue-inctly as might be, a sketch of the 
caarectsr of Oliver Cromwell. He was never 
known to burn the midnight oil, lave when 
jtilluminat d the board of gre?n oloth, but 
he w^s equal to this question. With superb 
nonchalance, and >s though he could, if le 
were so minded, pu. Mr, Fronde up to a ft w 
things in the history business, the well-in- 
fjrmei candidate did thus reply: 'Humpn 
— er— Oliver Or om well— er— was brought up 
as a brewer in tbe country. Subsequently he 
—er— became King of England, and was, it 
generally understood, killed by James tbe 
Becood, on toe field of Bosworth. Orom 
well's last words were; "If I had served my 
God as well as I ought to have done, my ene 
mies would not have bctijht my gray haire 
with sorrow to the grave." 

China Ahead. 

About the eleventh century tha Chinese 
invented paper money. la the thirteenth 
century, th:s paper currency, made fiom tbe 
bark of the mulberry tree, was the legal lea 
der of the empire. 



Free ol'Danger, 

The latest seae«t>oo beiog worked op 07 the, pa- 
pers n loaodtd en a report that a gentleman bo- 
came inooaletad with diaeese b/ amok-leg ft cigar 
madabj aObinamu. Tboaewbodo not wish to 
ran a aim i'tr risk coo avoid it by pnrthaslog tbetr 
olgarsof H- bnllirf ateitb«r of bis stores MU and 
g32 Ke.ray 8t«et. Mr. 8otl.fi manages to Mil ci- 
gars male bj white m-n as ch-ep as others tell 
Obioete cigars. His sales are large a*d be !■ con- 
tent with a small pr<8t Tboog'i sixteen yean In 
business be bie never emplaied a Oblnaae cigar 
roakir, from oODOicntioni convictions, and nev*r 
Intends |e do so. Nowltttboes wbo are in earnest 
■a tbelr opposition lo Chiotae cheap labor prove it 
of giving tb-lr patronage tion* who practically 
proves bla principles, and at tbe same time avoid 
the fate tf tbe nafortans' e gentlaman wbo smoked 
a cigar wblob bad been beslobbered byao unhealthy 
b.fthea _ T 

V B Skelleceer^r, *2J tfOht s oni9ry Street, 
Real Eatati, Foralitted Hms« and Bjom-, 
Betect Boarding plaoef, lent? colltoied, Fuml- 
lure bsught and sold. Bu loess oppoitunitieB. 



It has come to such a pasi in Cbieago 
dow ihat mothers have to drown their girl- 
babies to keep them fiom marrying semi- 
bald-headed coachmen « hen they grow up. 



When to see Solium yon hive bern, 

Before you Ukc yoor heftnswatd Journey, 

At 4< 8pteri and ronde" drop In 

On 8. W. oorntr Bash and Kearny, 

Pore L'qicrj will win your lhanis, 

Be«tore yjnl— for yjo must be wear? 

With langblngat tbe "quips and crankb" 

Of "Brotbe- S-m" aud *'Loid Dnndreary.' 



Tha Wevf ^ork Pbotograph 
Gallery 

Ho. 25Taird B'rset, U again open, with lar 

• ger hgbta, more room, and alt the latest ia[ 

proTements in lnstruin>nte. Cabinet E-m- 

braadts only H per dozsn; Ctrl Berwembrauts 

from $2 to *3 per dozen. Ks Obisamen employ. 

«d. B.F.HOWLAHD 7a 



For Wsa:r>ri Hardware. 

Go io R. F. Osborn A lo'j.. Importers and deal- 
ers at 751 Market Street. Bee advertisement. 6a 



Fourth of July. 

Strangers. La.les k QmlertsG. before yon 
leave tbe city, -vlalt the Oarpet k FnrnLtnre 
Emporlnm of JOEN 0. EELLrearly oppoElte 
the Grand Hotel on Market et. Alio folding 
Cbaira, Camp Stools. Th3 Wted Ca-p t 
Bweeptr, & th«s flneet asaortments of Lace 
Cartaios in the Bute. cp 

ITIve Hnnared Men Wanted 

Immedtately. To send their washing to the 
♦That Cheer Laundry, 121 Leddesdorff st. • 



Dont RoattThls, 

For If you do you will fjwna all of your 
m. uey boying yoar ramil/ tlrciB-gocd-. boa- 
leries. table-do bi, children'* ouifits, etc., at 
the cheapest and most fashionable place in the 
elty- FrledUnfler & Co's, No. 9 Third street' 
Kncleua Building: 3 H 

~ — e ■— _ 

Geo. Haas.A Oo, 
Tbe m-eat Candy Emporium, SO Kearny St, 



Oysters. 
la strolling round the other night, 
To look at 'Frisco by gas light, 
uur careless test, by chance did stray 
To wcere a fountain's ceaseless play 
Of sparkling waters, made a seaeen 
Throoeh which a sweet banquet was lees ;. 
While mossy atone and pearly shell, 
O'er which the waters scitly fell, 
Made that window teem to be 
Rome fairy grotto of the sea. 
niop," said my friend, "lefs go in hers— 
It looas so nice— and try their cheer." 
"All right," I said, "I must agree 
That this place suits me to a 'T.'" 
So sooner had we found a seat 
Th&n at our side a waiter neat 
Made his appearance, asked our wish— 
Said they bad almost any dish 
That wa might name. We found it true. 
And eook«d magmjUxniXy, too; 
All iiijde of oysters, juicy, fat, 
Oooked every style; Just think of that, 
And If yoor mouth dOD't water, then 
lou're different from other men. 
They'd clam sand crabs aud terrapins ; 
In fact, we found they had within 
That cosy place all Mndsof game. 
Fish* flesh or fowl which we cocid name, 
While every dish was, I -m sure, 
Prepared to tempt an epicure. 
The ladisp, too, have round, 'twould seem, 
That they have here the best ice cream; 
So here the; flock, the little sinners, 
To get what they call "such nice dinners.** 
Whoever doubts this let him rush 
To three hundred thirty-seven Bush, 
and there this truth he'll find made plain: 
Who goes there once will go again, 
Pacific Oyster Bouse, 3S7 Bneh street, above 
Montgomery; open Day and Might. 

GHABLES HAAKX. Proprietor. 



Preih ami Sweet. 

Far the bast confectionery, rv to Oantr and 

Watneri. 107 Montgomery St. near Suite*. X 



A great variety of Ties and Bows, all styles. 
Just received at the What Cheer Laundry, 121 
Leldesdorff stree t. • 

Asa Zj. WauKu»mn's 

" Ohlgago Beer Depot," 623 Sacramento street, 
between Montgomery and Eearny, The cele 
brated *' Chisago Lager Beer," and the best of 
liquors. Daily lu.ch, witb lobtter salad and 
other delicacies, prepared by the epicurean 
George Butt. Beer, 10 cents. Begulcr Ser- 
man lunches, caviar, Swi.-a cheeae aud sand- 
wicnee, srrvtd to order. To lunch at Waoga- 
man's IB the thing. &-/ 



Pratt's Abolition OH. 
Cures Lame Back and Para'vslB. 



S-L 



Clatmotakt.— aiaawne uiara Antonla, the 
Jlalrvoyant PbyFician and Independent Tranee 
Vellum. 303 Ecarny strett, bet. Bush and Pine. 
Consultations in Knglish, French and Gorman. 



.k. Ploaiwt Lotauon. 

Persons desiring cem'ortable lodgings in a 
Central location, shoidil visit the Alhambra, 
and inspect the fine euites of rooms to let there 
The building Is a verv fine one and is well 
lighted and ventilated. * 



near Market. 



Be, 



I*aat>Hc Acoumniodatlon. 

Wa^hlnc left at the office before 8 a. m ., can 
be retn 1 tn the evening if required; we 
never dlsappointl What Ohear Laundry, 121 
Leldesdorff street. • 

Pratt's Abolition Oil. 

The People's Remedy for all Aches and Pains. 
Crystal S • mple Rooms. 



Prntt'e Abolition Oil 
Ooree Bhemnatlsm aud Neuralgia 



Or, Barlow J. Saxairra 

Is giving a oours of Free Lectures to Gentle- 
men on Beaaal Physiology and Nervous Dls* 
aaaea at his Hygelan Hall, 637 California street, 
avery Friday evening, commencing at 7)6 o'clock. 
A cart of the evening is devoted to examining 
and prescribing for patients.. Dr. Smith gives 
phrenological examlnatione In regard to health 
to invalids daily, from 9 to * r u., tree. w 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



DIVIDEND NOTICES. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE 

f an Francisco Savings Union, 

No. 532 California Straet, 
Corner of Webb 
FOR THB HALF TBAB ENDING WITH 
30th of June, 1S73, . diridead has been daolared .t 
the r.te of aloe .nd six tsnth. ( 9 6 10) per ocn. per 
■ noomoDterca deposit., and eiebt (8) per ceak 
peranaamoaoidinuy depoelta, free oi Federal 
T»x, payable oa and alter 14ta of Joly 1873. 

Bjordtr, LOV£LL WHIIE, 
JTl-2w L'aabier 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



CALIFORNIA THEATRE 

Mr. John MoCalloagb Proprietor and Manager 

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT. 

MB MoCULLOUGH beg* to infpnn the public 
that owing to 

MR. SOTHERN'S 

Unavoidable return to Europe, ' 

Lord Dundreary 

Oao only bs performed for 

six jn i «a ii T e , 

H *o Lordship's 

BltOXHEH SAM 

Will therefore be produced on 
MONO AT JULY 70a 

RESERVED SEATS e*n beeecored during the 

whole engaitnmer*. JdlS 



PICNICS, EXCURSIONS, ETC- 



S. F. and N> P. B. R. Co* 



FLAGS! 



DIVIDEND NOTICE 

Germaii Savisg and Loan Society. 

The Board of Direotora have deolaiei tbe divi- 
deed on deposiU for the first half >ear l£73, eadicg 
this date: On Term Depoaits. at the rate of nine 
end six tenth per cent (9 6-tt} prr aonam ; on ordi- 
nairdeD«i t,, » ttlie i»te of eight per cent (8) per 
aooom, free of Federal Tax, payable on and alter 
Joly 15. Sao Frcnolaoo. Jane 30ib 1873. By order 

jjS 2w GEO. LKTTE, HeoreUry 



MORACHAN & LYNCH, 

DEALERS iN 

OYSTERS. OLAMS ani all kinds , 
of SheJtFisb. S-all GS Ualiforaiafl 
H-Tket. ban Fran> isco. Open r - 
and hight. Pami-iea, Pablio mil 
vate r-Ditea, Hotels, bbipping i 
R:!t.aorinli lapolied. j 3-lm 



OITY Gr-A_'a=»lIDE33NJS, 

Oo.-ner Twelfth aid Folaom atreeta. 

Sondar and Hondas' July © und 7 

GRAND FESTIVAL 

....orrae.... 

SAN FRANCISCO CADETS 

OompanyH, Second Regiment, N. G. C, 

CAPTAIK O. E. S. MCDO.VAID. COM- 
miodiog, prior to tbeir departaro f >x 
WaabrngtaD, D. O., when taer will, rach day, 
atSo'ol->ck. T. M., nBonti. (or tin lat times 
in Sac Fraosiaco. tbeir marvellous lilicdfold 
Drill. 

Toe San Frinciseo Cadets will meet at the i 
; : riorv. Howardatreet, opposite New Mootgom- 
crj.it hi o'clock on Sunday moroior. 'j be pro- 
cesbiOQ 7-\\\ f&rm on H«^aid street, opeomte 
New Montgomery. 1. City Uardena' Mititvry 
Band. ?. Steuben Gavd Ci.E. Sd Rest.. Ospt. 
Uhsp. Woohatz. 3. Hiberniaa Rifles, (Jap-ain 
Fhomas Desmond. 4, Ja>r?z Guard, Caotaio 
Antonio de ia Torrf. 5. San Fraocisco Oadeta, 
Oap-ain O. E. S. MoDouald. 



The Greatest Wonder in the 
World. 

A MERM ID! 

A REAL, ACTUAL, NATURAL 

ar££2fLlV[AX:D, 

The Clren'eat Wni,d-r .and Naln'*al Ca- 

rl*aliy of iheAie. Science ^i.lHcd :iud 

Theorm.. t uraf »nniivU t Itl.OeitDi 

Urn hrc.i e*(ob>liahed \*v tnnkt 

leur n-d nT-atara-lat* la ih » toim- 

try. Will be on Exhibition for t* f«w 

dHJI only, at 

PLATrS^ HALL. 

Ihte KvenlRg. 

Admission 25 osate 



Dental Worlt. 

Fob fwebt qujltti o» wobk, go to T. 0. Je*. 
enp, destlet, cor. Sutter md Moatgomery, ever 
Tncker/e. 3.0 

McDowell, Show Card Writer 
Beady made and made to order. Boom 10 

CC8 Market street, oor. Poet ana Montgomery n 



STEPHEN MAYBELL, 

CoTriTnedlan; 

Parlies wifhingtalent for oity or connt-r oan 
eng g a tbe easce by addressing a note to him at 
this office. j-2t-lm 



\ 






R. F. OSBORN & CO., 

Importers and Dealtrg in 

Wagon Hardware 

751 MARKET STREET, 

WOULD CALL ATTEWTION TO THRlRfiDo 
stock of Bolts, WASHERS NLTb, AXLK6. 
Gold a-d Pilv.r HUB B&NDS, LAMPS, and 

TIPS, t'nll asaoitment of MALEaBLE. RlV- 
EiS, etc. 

— ALSO— 

Depot of Philadelphia 
CARRIAGE ANDXYRE BOLTS 

j«.8-3w 



FR.EH ^a.3XTX3 3E3 J 2LJ3~S" 

....EVERY... 

Saturday Eveniug 1 , 

AT EIGHT O'CLOCK 

AT THE OLD ORIGINAL 
RED LION. IO Gears Bteef. 
where jon can bavo HOT AND 
OOLD DK INKS of the very be=t 
qoalfty. Tbe 'Old tiport," is al- 
ways oc band. Dropft>. 
DAVE MKNDES. Proprietor. 




CHANCE OF TIME. 

THE CHtAPEH R0BT£Tfl THE GEYSERS. 

O" " , 'i*:Fj;£5 JDNB 1. 1W». THB 87BAM- 
10g witb th. San F r.nci.oo & Nortb P.oiflo Hall- 
road OoaipaDF lor Oloverdal. aod all intennadiat. 
atatior... willlsar. inn P,ancl !0 o diil; (Snndaja 
exopwd). from Frott etr.at Wharf, at 2 M VVlTSS* 
i°^' i ? , .■ '5" """ wm '""• Olor.rdale dai'li at 
6:00 o'olock am , coDDectlne at Dooabua with tho 
Bte.m.racd arriringio r3aa Fianoinoo at UAO an, 
Iha .teamera and cara make cloie oonn.otioaa 
with ttagea to and from all polnta. """'""'"• 

SUHDAY EXCURSOnTTt REDUCED SATES. 

Leave San Franolaco at 8 a. ic erary Sundar 
arririog at O hmrdal. at 1 o'clock p.ai SMnroii} 
will leare Oloverdale at ^o'clock, airi.iiur io Ban 
Fraaoieco at 7 o'oloo i Thla will ajlow mob" 
•lODlaU sereral hoars at an, ot th. dUmTiow 
tBe li.e ot the road. For all InJomatiooappJr at 
the Oomptw'oonloe.lwO Uoattomers Kreet. 

Ooaadaftar Jui lit, .b. Steamer will lean 
Sa Fr.r.oi.03 at 2 SO. p. *.; the Gal. will le.v. 
Oloserdale at 6 A. u. ».«». 

"" 8 PETUR DONAHDE, Praaldent. 



A Splendid Assortment Selling off Cheap at 

STERETT'S, 

533 Clay Street. 



liverpocl and Great Western 

Steamship Company, 

CARRYING THE U. S. MAIL. 

TIGKETS SOLD TO AND FROM 

T IVERPOOL, Q crEBNST0WJ f'^^^^ l 

*-* Londondorry, Hamburgh, Bremen, 2££jjJJMi. 
Havre, Paris, Swedes, Belginm, Norway and all 
£aroneaa cities. 

TJitnOompaoy haa arransemeote with tbe Oom- 
miseionerof H migration and Railroad Companies 
at New York, by which passengers are promptly 
forwarded to the Pacific Ooeet. 

For pailia nlars apply to 

D. II. JACKSON, Aparit, 

miSOlBO BUS snTonfffomery atreet. 



BarJger'sGentral Park, Oakland 



THESE BEAUTIFUL GAHDEHS ABE DOW 
open for the aeaioD, and aoan, of the not 



popular 



•ICNIOS 



W1U be held there. The attractions are nomer 
ona. 8KAIING PAT1UO.V. MUSEUM. GYM. 
I4AS1UM. (Skating free on week dara, 
Admli.tan SS Cnats 



OB1LDRBH IO ORMT8. 



apl? tl 



Parisian House. 

SAM BAFABL., 

ODE BLOCK FEOMTQE RAILROAD 



L- THORIN, Proprietor. 

FURNISHED EOOMS 

...*UTD.... 

JEL estaurant. 

ItfB 



Flrut Quality of Wines, 
■ora and Cigars, 

BOARDERS ITAKING BY WEEK OR 

my2T1m 



MONTH 



OPERA HOUSE, 

_SAN JOSE. 

This theatre will bs leased ooliberal termaforalz 
months cr by the yaar to an r-xoenenced manager, 
baaine*s requiring my absence fromSauJoae Tbe 
nonaecan bow be rented by tbenigbtor week on 
low tense. 

SEAiara capacity 1,500. 

6. BKOBAqKa. Froprletrr, 

S4N JOS* 



THE OLD 

not ecoton, 

15 Morion Street, near Kearny. 
All Di-izilis Ten Cents 

Hot Drinks a Specialty. 

THE BEST TOM AUD JEBRY IH TOWN. 

Always on file the New York Herald, Harper'f 
Weekly. Frank Leslie's, Day's Doings, Police Ga- 
zette, all the California papers, also London 
Punch, Bell'slnfe, Illustrated London News, Gall 
and satisfy yourself. ■ _ _. ._ 

sr Don', forget tbe sirn of tbe Hot Seotch. 

fe7 tf W. S. WALDKOH. Proprietor. 



PIPIfAX 

This Tonic is so Marvelous In its ef- 
fects that it ie styled thioa M liout Eu- 
rope 

Magic Bitters! 

It Strengtheaa the nerves! Seatorea 

Tooth and Health! Given Vigor to the 
Intellect, and Renewed Strength. andTl 
rlllty to the aged and lafltna. 

SOLD EVERYWHERE. 

ie'?3 2ra 



DR. JORDANM 

GREAT ANATOMICAL MUSEUM, 

And College of Hedlclne. 

10 000 . BEAUTIFUL AND 1N8TBDOT- 

IVil/W ire objecU to be seen. Qpento the 
Publio DAY AND NIGH1\ at EUitEKS HAIi 
S18 HontKomeryatreet. FOR MEN ONLV- 

•av-Da. JoBDiK'e Pbivati omoi is at *n 
Geary street- roooosite old MeohanloB* Pavilion). 



IT'S TTAHD T1ME8 

. .. .TBEBZFOEE..., 

SAVE TOUR MONET 

BX GOINO TO 

THE PALACEOF FASHION 

ANOTHER KXOITEMENT ABOUT THB . 
New .-tore, 17 Second street, opposite tbe > 
Grand hotel. Clothing of tbe lateat. and moat 
fa«bionab!e etylea mi/R to order. I htaper and I 
better than at any other house in the city. 

NOTE THeTfrICES. 
Pants.. -from $6 to $12 per pair 
Suits -from $25 to $30 i. 

I invite the inspection of tbe Choicest' Goods In I 
tbe market, 

A. MORRIS. 

No. 17 Second Street, 

i -r lm Oi.no.lt* Grand Hotel. 




FOURTH OF JULY. 

■C^lilto Sliirts 
Flremena Slilrts 
Calico Sllilts 

Cliecb. taHilz-to 
Under Shirts 

And all binds of FarrjUhins; Goods and Toilet 
Articles at tbe asnal eati ef act jry prions, at the Old 
Slaod, Ho.3 oecoad Street. 

BENEDICT & CO. 



HARRY MYERS, 

Agent for Hitcblngs A Oram's Sobool Sato.sls 
lor Hoys aud Gills. Will call at residences. 
je-53-lm 



OK. LEE CHUN GEE, 

CELEBRATED 

Olilneae Pliyalolaii, 

1017 DBPONT sTREE r, 
Between Pacific and Jacb.ozt St.. 

Onrae all diseass. Moder ,te obargea. j- 1 3. lm 



WAPITED. 

A Leading man. Juvenile and Corned ian. Tbose 
Wboctn r/ate tberasB'Tce generally useful and 
travel lor a sure bat low salary. Variet,- talent al- 
so wanted. 

Address, C. A. LEWIS 

LrvBRMOPE, 

ALA.UPDA GO., GAL. 



CESMAN_PIANOS. 

THE BEST ANB THrJ OHEAP- 

••at. Sobraub.tadter& Go., Ak'ents 
for tbe celebrated Factories of 
_ Blntbner, in Leipzig, and Scbleip, 
Offioe. OIBOLAV SiBltF.r. «p!S 



White & Kearns Combi- 
nation Troupe. 

In conaeQnence of Meat m WhiU & Kearns leav- 
i dc for tbe Kist this troupe will be known hereaf- 
ter ae the Calif irnia Combioa ion Iron .■*?. 

. chfa-i Sc -pp. Manager Pro Tem. 

Clob Boom No. 250 J«a=io Btrett. 



The Great Tonic and Appetiser, for 

Sale Kverjwhtre. my 9 3m 



j. c. COMBES, 
TEBRAPIN JL.TJNC.H, 

Cor. Second and Tehama atreeta. 

r-Terrapin com tantly on hand. 
Oysters in every stvle. PEIVATB 
SUPPER ROOMS FIB PARTIES. 
deoSllm 



CANDIES. 

ALL KINDS OB THB FINEST rcAlTDY 
made at oar Steam Candy Faotorjt dailr. All ' 
orders, osp&ciallj from the coontry, are aoliolbod 
.rd will be promptlr attended to. 

CANTY A WAGNBB, 
lOT Vontr. m-.F»il-t- nerw Sntta-* 



HLHr.f7.BRA LODGING HOUSE. 

FINELY FOR^ISHEK ROOM8, 8DI- 
Bleor in Ealte, 

Well r.l«hte< and Vanttlatod V 

Onlnrniane^TRoomB-H) let. IrfWajni wrtl 

or mtbeat board. ALHAJblBUA BDILDINQ 
tir ^B»h atiwel. Iv/M tt 



VARIETY TALENT WANTED 



the ^r-a.niE r J?iES. 

PIOOHE NEVADA. 

Address, 

SAH'L NETJMAN, BnsineeB Manager, 
jell tf VARIETIES, Piosbe. Nev. 



PIANOS 

....UD.„, 

ORGANS 



before pnrebaaing elaewbere. Good barcala 
to be bad. 

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Venl. VIdi, Vicl. 

CCOftCE C. THOMPSON. 



B^A.c^mmij*s 



CALIFORNIA MINSTRELS. 

Billy Wanning. Frank MoraniRobt. Fraserl 



Feurll. ..• July Bill To-^UIit. JSSL 

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Read This Week's Monster Programme 

BY OUR QBKAT VARIITT COMPANY 
THIS IV. NIK< iltTt 

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OLD WOMAN who Lived in the SHOE 



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Scono l .--Regions of Dark Despair. 



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MMBKRKY 

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l« HmII «Dd Uonrdlnn Hno«e. .NCF.VA: O.— Garden, Pa* d« Den by At'llr Murre Oaaaala aad 

Mmr. BaAalar- iCMB T.-Lkk House aad Walt* lfo*»a. IOF.IE 8. -Pacific Street 

t»» BfaaallcaU IOBRE O.-Parlor at Lick Honv. SCBMI lO.-A Paml1la>r 

■ eeae. ■msir. 11 -Tui Hew Aveaae. MIRNR 18-rinto'a Ilnnot 

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Washington Crossing- the Delaware. 



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BORER'S BITTERS. 



THE UNDERSIGNED IS 80LB AGENT IN 
Uiilifojoi*. for tbo aale of ib* above oslfl- 
bratad Bitt ra. H« ta prepared to deal witb 
Marobaou and Jobbtra on toe moat rtasooabl* 
terma. WM. B. JOHNSTON. 

lull IK la Oaliforola street. 



WDR. AIKIN 

^F Cajrfa Xeceet niH CThtronle Dlaeatee of tha 

EYE, BAB, THROAT, l,U>G8 aod HEART— Oatarrfa. Deaf- 



AITEB 1BI 

THEATRE8ARE OUT 

QO TO TUB 

Hot Elooten, 

■alter atreel. icar avramj, 
And try one of tbelr 

Hot Scotch's or Tom & Jerry's 
A.I1 Drinks Ten Cents 

P)14tr JQ8. D. BRIOOfl. Propd.tQf. 










AVOID 



oesa. Dlaobargo* f ron tbe Earl, Weak or !■ flaoed Kyea, Ooogha , 
D«bility, Vpliepay, Neara'itii. Kbeuma.iaiu, Djipepaia. Pil**. 
Scrofula. Drapay. tto. 

I.udlfa, married or siogle, aaaarad apaedy, aafe car* at 
lrra*ul*rlLlM, Palo, SupprasaJoa. waakaaai. ProlapiBl, pto.. 
Sterility. OTarlao and other Dlieato* r«m*dl«d. 
DRUGS. 

incur. . 

• All Oonfldeottal Oaaon Falllif ally Atteoded. 

Vi.ni ha uad Men, no mattai abat they're read or doo- 

irrd. criD rely on enre remedy of deformity, debility, or die- 
ease wearing od body and mind. No Quackery ordeeeption. 
Beat meant known for rapid, raay onre (avoiding danger, auf- 
ferlog, exDOiare or loe* of time) of obetlnat* aod ipaoial dll- 
taaea rrltbont tneroary. poiaoD* or oaaieona drags. Ootnpleta 
enre (where all other* fail) of worat oaiea and any eymptome 
leftfiom bad treatment oraegleot. -49* 

Frae Oooeol ta Hoot. All Medicine*^ etc, fornf*h*d. 

Call, or writ* yonr oaae. Addreaa. N. J. AIKIN. H. T>., 

wr OfBoc, &dt K>*ioy atrcat, M. E. Oorner of California 
atreet. bao Franolaoo, Oof. Jeff* 



For Sale- A jPluAig-ej-. 

Twenty-two feet long by tea feet beam. Bail* 



la aaarly new and will be eo'd at A GREAT BAh 
GAIN. To be eeen at Molgg'a Wharf 

Aoplyby letter or In p*r*on to "Ohnb." Fioaho 
Orriog. je?S-2w 



The Greatest Wonder in the 

World. 

A MERMAID! 

A REAL, ACTUAL, NATURAL 

:AttX3R:*%£AXX>< 

Tae Area* eat Wontt'i- a>4 Hataral Cii- 

rl»|i}oflh«A|ir. Science Haflffad aad 

. Tbearlete daaafanaacal. Ite «eim 

bae are* eetabllebed »*• aaaet 

laawaed IVatara)leta la Ih'i COU- 

trw. Wlllbeoa F-iklb'tlnn far afew 

day* oaly, at 

PLATT'S HALL. 



E3IC3H^'^^K r, 

Single Outside Rooms, 

■ WITH- 

No. 1 Spring Beds and Hair Mattrassea, 

AT TB«^— 

BRANCH HOUSE, 

4>« aANaOMJC 8T3EET, COB. OL1T, 

JPlTt-y Oaxxaaa r>«r »Tl*to.», 

Aad Less l>y the Week. 



OPBIN AIjIi JWIGEtT 

Apr-28 L. J. EWELL, Proprietor. 




MOST PJOAJ CT OTJITOM W ORK lit THE OITT 

Beer* Jt Maynard, 



"HE JOUBHAX OF AMTJSEJaWTS. 



FnbJlabod every Day in lb* Year by 

•aa M.r^bMi •*■• &as TrVstafcanajton ■»*- 

Below HoatcoKMiT. Bit 7rencJsoo. 



MONDAY.: , „JPLT7, It 



California Theatre. 

bl» Dondreary. eoler bis lordships brother 
Bam Ma baa been well rnlrodneed by L»H 

Daedreary, tod waeie sere will b. well.eosiv.d 
b . tt » p nbl]«. vTna*."ee»'ielik».niay beeeth- 
er.d from tha lollowW*. waleb apnea's 1 lo I*a- 
<i.d Fan. when be fin* »ede hi. bow on to. 
KofUib stage: "***■ Botberna BMi« Sam fc 
qaits a creation. Hs.eallihl-b%it«d. easj-roiof 
sort of 'plnnEir.' who 0" g -Be throng* drill acd 
a greet tle-l of billiards. U« wond look wall 
in pick. Or at a itfeple-chaio for g'nt.etaeo rid- 
• r« oa!r. IliaaBtx nordioary perfo.m Ote, and 
icuuu Low tdatnblT Mr. flothora wwW play 
Jim HiribOQM ia Dictnt't "Htrd Timet." Den- 
dretry, (seellently m be ni Impersonated by 
Bothers, bored tome people now atd then : Sim 
can bore bo one, Wi propbnsy that Bam will re- 
csivs aa «t«b a exe ©ordleJ weicoens ihao b-« aa- 
bie brother. Tha play which H to be performed 
tvaisr.. at the Oalifsreia Theatre, ii Dot tht-t 
which Mr. Oaaairao sxd Charles Wheallelgb ap- 
peared in. Bothers.'* Sam U utterly unlike the 
Baea pr«HDU4 by aither of there gentlemen. 
Tbe east of the p)aj appears on onr first pace. 

AlhMibr* Theatre. 

Tie capita pantomime of "Tb« Old Woman 
Who Liveo la tneBhor," wtirb baa prov.d aooh 
a success, will be' preiented ever/ tvenirc until 
far b«r notice. B-Uy Mannlm ud Frank Moran 
wi 1 ayj.fer tn tha tint part and itt rlode, and 
will introfooe new ioig-, jokes and storiaa 
Robert Fraeer. Bob Hart, Bam Rickey, Mr. Hel- 
ena and others came Unmeaie foo in tbe pan to- 
rn. Die. asd the pan de deox by M'lle Mails Gau- 
cain and Msa. Buiatev In tbe aistb aoene re- 
ceives math applaoaa. 
Bella Union- Theatre. 

Tbe Mil presented ca Saturday night, aid 
ajruo laet Ditjht it thie borne went acres mingly. 
Miee Laura Barron wod nick applause for bar 
ballads; Fied Bltohla made the audience Hack 
with baaoos, "1 Viah I ran de Mayor." Aieas'e 
Kelly and Mat (la St. Clair pleased alt with their 
ballads. 'The Farral'oaes" ia a Tory food ex- 
tra-aunxa, an* Joha Wooderd wen wonderful? 
ioony aa ehetl-back. alisa Lillle Bar Is ad per- 
formed a faney daooe -in excellent st;Ie; Lon 
Dizoc ea*e tbe audieoee a eery liyely bona solo, 
end Ute eketeb of "Tha Meal Chest." with 
which theperferoaenos terminated, canted rosia 
of Utiftbtar. Tha eacaa bi'l will be plajsd tO- 
ni ft a. 

Bat kief's Varieties. 

For variety and fan, the entertainment given 
at thin bonne ia bard to bent. Ned Bnokley hea 
so lone catered to the teste of tbe Ban Francesco 
public that be knowa what w.ll suit it. Tbe 
fall pros t em me for this aveniDg appears oa oar 
first pig*. 
Wleniawsa.1 — California Theatre. *~ 

Tbs fsrewtll ooacert of lbs emioeut violinlat. 
Wienlnwaki, et the California Theatre laat nigat 
was wall attended. The orobaatra, nnder tbe di- 
rection of Charles Schu'tz performed admirably. 
and added moih ty tbe pleasure of the andieooe. 
WleLjawski waa app'anded and encored frequent- 
ly. It will be long before we bear bia iqaa', 
tbongb the success wuh whlcb he baa mat, will 
bare thj affect of inducing other great artistes 
to corns to this "far off" country. 
Woodward's Gardens. 

Oo Bandar there wereloTer 12.1X0 people at this 
baautifol report. Tbe aquarium ia an immense 
BQCcefl*. and ererycao la going ti see it. Home 
can ba pleasantly spent in examining ih < thous- 
ands of curiosities. 
Nolti, 

Thegroia receipts of tbe Kaw York and New 
Orleans Equestrian std Zoological h xpositioD for 
tbe sayecteen daya drrlng which tbey performed 
here, we-e i'-il CO. Tbe soccat tbst Mr. Cole has 
idc. wi.ta, will sacanrjge other great sbowj to 
come to this coast. 

Tbs receipt! at ihj California Theatre last weak 
(SotberVe first six cightt). ware $13, :■*!>. Daring 
the pies*! t week tbe receipt} can scarcely be less. 
ai seal* are book' d in advance throughout the 
week. Bad "Bam" will probably prove even more 
popular than "Oar American Oon-in." 

Miss EllleWHton will commenoe berergasre- 
mentattbeOaliferniftTbfatrnon Aogu-t t h. 

Cwan Marlowe it to have a benefit before he 
leaves San Kranciseo. No one has earned one bat- 
ter. 

The rrgclsr i>uod at the Oaliforcis Theatre 
will commence on angue! t-.b, when ibe newly en- 
gaged wttatea will make the! r appearance, 

Bv n those wbo cannot appreciate Italian Opera, 
can appreciate the fact that ititag.od thiag for 
bnsinea'. Doiit a a saaaon of opera much money 
is ^ut in circulation, and trade ia b lak. Bigoor 
Manowai te ready and will leg to invsst a cooaider- 
abie sum ia getting upaeeaaoo of Italian Opera 
in September next, and will proceed to Eorope to 
engage arttetas, if ha nan pet op a sufficient aub- 
acription Hit. We treat that the pnb'ic of San 
Francises wiUgive him their support in sals mat- 
ter it will certainly be to tiisir interest to do so. 

B. P. O. Seals' Festival ahd Fate.— A 

gra d fe t va| acd fair will b j given by tbe Beaev 
^''otProtseHve Order of Seals, at tha City Gar " 
deoa, en ? Qnd ay and Monday, July 20lh and 21st 
this 0< J * r campnsea aot*rs. inusicais, dancers', 
aloiters.paeta, writers, and; ma&r bright 'ganlnsne 
in othar prsfaaaioni, and tiey will doabtlees gel 
npoaeof thabssl enserliinmenti ever offered to 
the pib'io. Members of the dramatic, musical 
and eq.3*£trUn pro'es ioas daaiiiag tt VQlontear 
for tals oc;o5 on, and patt.es wi bing o offer 

pv'zge, can commaoica'* with A. W. Bark, O. S. 

0.8, at the Lodge Rooms, "J Msrket street, or 

with Saeeidaa Ootb;o, G. S., R:?m ,16, 620 Wash- 

'ngton at ret L 

Tbs Cuvt Hovsk,— Capttio Foster, the 

genial hostel the Utiff Uonaa, entertains viaitot 8 
from all pirts ol the Oloba at hi* famons aea-slde 
re'ort. The OUff House is tbb one thing Ban 
Fraociico baa to boast of as diSetant from any . 

thiag else In the world. Omnibuses no ever? 

day "from the tarmlnua of the Lone Mount* .i 

Railroad. 

Pacific all— Dr. Paul M. BroDu will 

give tbe first of nis course of Jeotures oo "Th* 
Objects of Life'' at this Hall on Monday night- 
Theantject cboaen will b* "The Throne of the 
Miod." Br, BiFuen hss been very favorably spoken 
tti as a lectn: - by tie Eastern P.-eis and is eald 
to advance n»w .deas in the treatment of bia aob. 
ecu. 



99 Actor. 1 Pay. 

The London Era, mao inierefitiog nrtie'e 
npon the profiU of great gctori.eajs: If 
Edmond Kean was uoable to eiose hia mor- 
tal career with independence and osmpttea- 
cy, It wag net owing to tte wad! of tbe prof 
its or the itage, but from tbe ab£«oce cf 
qualities which enabled his eon Charles, 
withiflferiorabUit.ee, to emile at tbe IU- 
fortute wbieh atteodtd hie efforti to preaent 
Shak^peare on »bO ?»»«<» l » » »*-»•* 
worth)* of ih .Z great meateraod, who, it 
may be added in paaeiog, had bimeelf a bono" 
tiftil share of thapraliU-oi theatage. When 
Edmund Koan wa* engaged by tbe com- 



CiaapfwinUel 

A green-looking Hoo&ier went to the fes- 
tival at Cincinnati. A few smart boys gave 
him a programme lo tbe mibBlrel show. He 
took bis seat, acd ierutiuiaedhia programme 
mitteeof Drury Line) it was at a salary of Ail*r wai'.ing a long wbilft, be asked bia 



JeFT^vVS. , Jfc- Tww weeks afterwarJe n» 
played Shylcci, and Ibe management raised 
theBumtoXWa we.-k. Th:s was attended 
also, by presents anaoaotiog to almost £1,- 
(K)0 from, various parties, folio «e/J, a week 
a/terwirds, by Mother £500. On the «en- 
ngof bis first representation, of Richard 
the nigbt's reeeipis amonnted to £720. His 
first benefit was taken on tbe 251b of May, 
lS14.cn whieb occasion he played Luke, in 
Maseiogei'd "City Madam.' His profits 
have never been ex«e .dei at any subsequent 
benefit, except, perhaps, at the benefit of 
aome dica at St.. Petersburg, when it has 
bailed diamonds as a tribu'.e rather to tbe 
beauty or tbe fraity of the cintatriee than 
to ber Buper-eminent abilities. The sum be 
received on this occasion was £l,5d0. A few 
months afterward tbe profit! of a half a 
n'ght'sTEceipta at Portsmouth amounted L) 
£S0, and it is not ai Improbable calculation, 
from thesa and other figures, that tte total 
earnings daring the nineteen yeexs of bis 
prosperous existence amounted to the enor- 
mous sum of £250,000. This would have 
been an ample fortune in tbe bands ol a 
man less lavish and geneteus. 



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Ltne npon Line. 

Pab Docs are dying ea&y. 

Duluth is still ice fringed. 

Beaureguard is locking old. 

Ugly girls are rare in Vienna. 

Maine Juries are of the first degree. 

Kentucky will hold a few county fairs 
this fall. 

Timber planting is Nebraska's enthusi- 
asm now. 

A son of Mrs. Hemans iB British Consul 
at JJnfiale- ' 

Disappointed Love. 

It was Wednesday eveoiDg, and she 
watched from tte wiLdow for her beloved. 
There w&s a look of anxitty on ber face and 
a fan in ber band. She wore a diaphanous 
dress and had a »en on her nose. She said 
to her little brother, who was sitting on tbe 
stoop and trying to tie a knot in tbe cat's 
tail, "Henerep, have yau teen 6hawlestbis 
evening?** "Yes, I have," said Henereee 
"he was a standin' oz tbe grocery corner 
ohewlng a Corolicer jenattr, and telling 
tbe fellows around that he wasn't a fool. He 
wasn't agoing to sj.6nd all his money a cart- 
ing a gal rouud and treating ber to ice 
cream. He a as goin' to see the elephant. 
I guess he won't come to night. You ain't 
an elephant, are yon?" Heneree wasn't at 
all happy when hie sister put him to bed 
that night. Iu fact, Heneree is of tbe opin- 
ion that it doesn't do totellaghl all that her 
fellow says. 



Getting oat of It. 

The very boy you have beard about, who 
wentaBwimming, lives in Biehmond and 
his fatber said to tbe wicked boy; "You've 
been a Bwimming." The wicked boy says: 

I hain't. The pa said: "You have fir, and 
yen hare got your shirt on t'other ride out.' 

Psbaw !" fain" the wicked boy, "last shir* 
got toned wrong sia2 oat by getting tbreugh 
a hole in the fence." 



neighbor, just loud enough to be heard over 
afew benches "when is Billy Manning com- 
ing out?" 

China Ahead. 

About the eleventh century the- -Chines* 
invented paper mone^. Io tho Jhirleenih 
ceotury, th's paper currency, made from the 
bark of the mulberry tree, waa tbe legal ten- 
der ef the empire. 



It has come to such a pass in Cbieago 
now lhat mothers have to drown their girl- 
babies to keep them from marrying Bemi- 
bald-headed coachmen when they grow up. 
• " -— 

Misa Anthony is willing, net to say anx- 
ious, to prove her fewIeEsamees by ettnding 
"race to face with Satan," Hew about Sa- 
tan? - 



Some Neshville ladies, who esteem it 
bore to pay fashionable calls, are talking o 
nsing postal ouds instead. 



Who la Sht* 

Thomas, Bornamed Newcomb, wrote the 
address for the cpenirg nigbt of Bbiel's 
New Opera House. It was loDg enough and 
generally pretty smooth. As opening ad- 
dresses go, it waa good enough. We are not 
going to criticise it, but we want to know 
who Thespia is ? "To fair Tbespia aa bie 
offerings." We have heard of Thespif, the 
founder of tragedy, but Thespia we don't 
know. Wae she sister to Thsepis, or wbo 
the deuce was sbe ? Will tbe po&t laureate 
of the new the atre pleas* explai n ? 

Wlilt« Labor Only I 

Employed by the What Obeer Liundry, 111 
Lelde6dr>Tff street. , * 

L.a«±AoB "Vial tin a Cards. 

Written, engraved ox printed by Jobs F, 
[.'vrrxB, 126 Sutter street, opposite lick Hon**, 
and at the Grand Hotel. N. B.— HAiroxxa- 

cmire keatli mass-to. Fiskaj«eip of every 
anncriptlon to order. s 

Pratt's Abolition Oil - - .» 



S.F. BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

■Boobecllei** sand Stationer*, 

H. H. Moore, 609 Montgomery, near Merchant. 

B net aeon Co lleyee. 
Hesld'e, Bryant a fitrattoos CoUege. 84 Post atceet 

Batchers. 
Kale, Fred. Stalls 91 to 100. Oaiif orn'ia-Marhst, 

DeatJete. 
H.F. Fone,6 Mentgomefrvteeet, 

.Employment Of/Jce. 
Cbineee Employment 0o.— Pierce A Co., 637 Sao- 
ramento street. -^ ---. 1 

French Fancy etoodc. 
Lonan a Oo., 19 Montgomery . 107 and 10S Sutter. 

Hair Jewelry. 
H. A. Oallsnder, masalaoULrer, 62 Second etreaL 

flaaaa Hair. 
Snnapaon. A- E. * Oo.. 110 Second street. 

Searcher mt Bee ores. 
O. V. Gillespie. 611 Wasbtnsrtes s treat. 

Silver Prtaa Ureas Fit tins:. 
Mnv. Broaee, Ho. 34 Third atreet, 

Wulcb.ee and Jewelry. 
H. A. Oallender <2 Second street. . U . 

■Thltenera and Foa>«r* Unnarera. 
A. W. Wh elder, 122 Geary afreet. 

Wlnei and Llqnora i Wnoleaale.) 
Daceri F A Oo.. M4 Front 



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The Apaches recsntly stampeded a party 
of Methodist preachers on circuit, and now 
do their s:alpiog in clawhammer coats. 

The Crystal, alive to the wonts of the com- 
munity, has Imported direct. Bzfw&&d's cele- 
brated Scotch Whiset, which all tree lovers 
of good liquors will sample if wise Briefly k 
Dance, prop.ietore, 635 Sacramento street, be- 
ween Montgomery and Eansome. oc 

Fruit and Confectionery. 

For tnevery finest Fruit and Confectionery 
go to C. trier's Fruit Baxaax, corner of Stock- 
ton and cut Streets. Fine tto.k of clgirs 

and Tobacco. »6w. 

4aU» ML o ore. 

Formerly of Bass House Oarrtag&s, can be 
ound In front of Oolnman Bros, olotbing es- 
ablisbjneai. southwest comer Bush acd Mont- 
gomery ate., or Dexter Stables. Oarriaae orders 
left at either place promptly attended to day 
er night, at rednoed rates. an 



AjHTOatxcAL iicsstTM.—One of the most 

aampJeie eollectJoE* of the hind in the Dnttod 
Itetee. compnsint bandredaof costly and besra- 

rttul wax models, ia daily on view (tOBeDUemen 
nly) at the Mnaenm on Monta*omary street. " An 

1 inr may be nro^tablv enont bere- 



Oarea Btiff Joints, Sprains and Bruises. 3-l 



&t. X>oneartv 

Has devoted his study more paraoulazlj to 
QfaTO&lo and specific practice, and as auch Is 
sow the most enoceserul of any Physician in 
San Francaseo. Office 619' Sacramento street, 
sorneT of LetdesdorS, a tew doors pelow What 
Ohter Bouse. X 

Woman's ftisrnts. 

One would think that it was one of woman's 
rights to enjoy aa good a dinner as a man, and 
pay the same price for it. Nearly all the ree- 
tanrants " for ladlea and gentlemen" in San 
Francisco have poorer fare than those where 
gentlemen only dice. Tbxbb is aKjiciraos, 
At the PiovBBB Bssracnajn, on Washington 
street, at the corner of Dunbar Alley, ladles can 
get an excellent breaifBEt, dinner or lunch, at 
a reasonable price. Henry Bocken, established 
since 3840, provides every luxury the market 
affords. Both Indies and gentlemen find thers 
dlsheB to Flense tne most tin cure an taste. * 



T-wortty Thousand 

Fap;r Collars, all styles, for sale cheap at the 
VThat Ohear Laundry, office 121 LeldesdorfTst. 



Do Wot Suffer from Corns. 

The unfortunate sufferers from Corns, Bun- 
ions, Oinb and Ingrowing Nails, can find lnetant 
relief by applying at Dr. B. fl. Cowan's Insti- 
tute, 310 Eearny street, from 1 to 6 p.h. We 
?vwnk from experience, having te" ted the Doc- 
tor*» capability. Keferencee givec Iftequlred. e 



Oysters. 

In Btrolllng round the ether night. 
To look at 'Frisco by gas light, 
uur nareleea feat , by chance did stray 
To wnere a fountain's ceaseless play 
Of sparkling wsters, made a sateen 
Through which a sweet bonquez »►-. ,_«.. 
While inrw; J*ooe an** — ; y ^u, 
O'or which t>j waters softly lell, 
hfade that winaow reem to he 
Rome fairy grotto of tbe sea, 

jllop,** aaid my friend, "let's go in here— 
ft loons so nice— and try their cheer." 
"all right," I said, '-I must agree 
That this place suits me to a 'T.'" 
No sooner had we found a seat 
Than at our side a wetter neat 
Made hip appearance, asked our wish— 
Said they had almost any dish 
That we mlgnt name. We found it true, 

And cooked aanvtn/cmfly, toe; 

All kinds oT oysters, juicy, fat, 

Oooxed every style; Just thins of that, 

And If your mouth don't water, then 

Tou're diflerent from other men. 

They'd clam s and orabs and terrapins ; 

In tact, we found they had within 

That cosy place ail kinds of game. 

Flab, flesh or fowl which we ootid name, 

While every dish was, I am sure, 

Prepared to tempt an epicure. 

The ladies, too, haye found, twould seem, 

That they hare here the best Ice cream; 

So here they flock, the little sinners, 

To get what they call "seen nice dinners, 

Whoever doubts this let him rush 
To three hundred thirty-seven Bush, 
And there this truth he'll find made plain 
Who goes there T>nce will go again, 
Pacific Oyster Eouee. S37Bush etreet, above 
Jfosteomery; open Day and Night, 

ohables haj.EE. Proprietor 



We get no butlnees from Chinese, and we 

employ none to 6a our work, at the What Cheer 
Laundry Office, 121 LeidesdorrT street. * 

What all Lad lee are roud of. 

Ladles sre fond of whatever is elfgtnt and 
luxurious sll the world over, and nothing ap- 
peals so strongly to their dominant passion In 
that respect as a handsome carriage, with sty- 
lish appolnlments and spirited berets. It is 
not to be wondered at, th? rstore, that a lady's 
envy is excited at seeing a mere wealthy mem. 
her of her sex in a beautiful CUrcnce, or other 
fashionable vehicle, with a i-rood, da hie g 
team. It Is important to know that ibe Occi- 
dental Carriages, which axe tecond to none in 
eleganoe, may be used by any lady in the city 
at any boor for any length of time ihe may 
desire. This virtually places those who engage 
them on an equal footing with the most fortu- 
nate of their eex. asd social haimony is there 
by established. Orders for these favorite car- 
riages may be left at the Occidental Hotel, or 
at Bouton k Sun's stables, No. 1016 Stockton 
etreet, ' «y£ • 



The Last New Song. 

Air— "Mod <& Char.don," 
Emerson Corvllle U my name. 
My business always lathe same; 
E&stern Oysters, and Fancy Boast, 
Relishes these, that my house can boast. 
S*ft*y these Bivalves to all I show, 
Obi high oh! Ohlhlghohl 
None who have been but again win go. 
Corvllle »ays sol says sol 
Oa Fine Street, at No. 410, 
Remember the number aud call again, 
VlslonB of Shvll-fiih in every style, 
Inwardly cause you much to smile. 
Ladies with escorts there always go. 
Ladies go! Ladies go I 
Emerson CorvU!e*B polite 1 and so 
3-1 They go! they go I they go I 












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FIGARO 

IS "HERE, THERE ArT© EVJEBYWHERE.' 
and ie constantly meeting a change of readers 
^>oi 



fn teeTheaties, Tmvellu 
acd public resorts gem 



'elms: 
erany. 



onveyaneea. Hotels, 



FIGARO 

CIRCULATES IN THE BEST SOCIETY, IS 
placed in the hit -to of nearly all who come 
to the ci ty to mate port nmb, and Is therefore the 
beat of advertising medio , a. 




FIGARO 

CIB0ULATE8 AS HOUSE PROGRAMME IN 
every Theatre in San Francisco. 



3V3 C 
FIGARO 

IS DISTRIBUTED EVERY DAY THROUGH? 
onbthe centre of the.cfty, in all Hotels, Ret* 
unranta, Saloons, Stares ana Offices. 



s A La . 

yellow' 

DOCK 

IODIDEoTpoTASS 

rriBI BUT Hl-HINQ MJtLOICIMB 

in n«. PulliM the Stood of .11 

norfeld, eorrvpt and lapire m.tt«r. 

Cmr^m BkeamiaiUm «*d U ere. rial r .lak 

•old by .11 Brant** 



4.17 "ASSOME STKEET. 
BOLE AGENTS FOR 



. PEEBT'H 



WEBFUOT FILLS. 



PrOBrawne., hhA .11 fcinds of Printing for 

■HO W, LICIllil, CBtflllBT, THE- 

ATBt «od CIBCT9 UIKIUEBS, 

AT LOW BATE8, BY 

:Q. dW. Steretrt 

■ '■ S8> CL1T STKJKET. mal 



THOMAS W. BREE, 




HAirtJFiOTURJBB 

— «a>— 
I1P1U11 



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DRUnSjJUJOS, 

OTHBB MXSICiLL rJIBTBTMBITI, 
EBTABUSHKD IK lies. 



If-Lwni KlTMi on tbe E«iio uid Drojn. B4.S 
HliSION STREET, bunn Flm ud Swond. 

N. B.— Fla^ton^l BihR Bok> Banjo. lor Pro- 
Wioull llnjf on hand. win tf 



FREE AND EASY. 

EVBHY liTCBDil MIGHT. 



Piano and Slnglnlt at 8 P.M. 



CHARING 




SALOON 



0«O Hlaelon atr«et, near Second 

delO EAGLES a WILD, Proprietora, 



MISS N. SCULLY. 

LADIES' 

FASHIONABLE HAIR DRESSER 

Haa Removed to 
1 8 t a WASHINGTON ST., 
Four doors below Stockton stree 
Hairwork of all Descriptions made to order 

Charges moderate. jell im i 




MRS. EGGERT, CLAIRVOYANT, TEST 
and Trance Medium— Oan be consulted 



rgST >i. 

alted.Tt 
af-to 1%^ 



id boeinees or siokneas daily, from 10 a. 1 __ . 
> P. m. Spiritual Oiroles, Sacday, 1 oasday_aad 
Friday evenings, at 8 P. it., at b er residence, J" 
O'Farrell street, near Haaon. ml 



Bar Sugar 

FOB SAUK-«18 KBABHT STSKET. AT-' 
MEHOER'S. _ Aieo, eT.rf kind of OudiM 



Wholeatle and B.* iL 

Mfltf 



M. AU MJBCEB. 



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Removal, 

Samuel Swift has remored from 116 to 113 
Post street. Sewing machines rented and re- 
paired as n i u ill and Eotd cheaper than ever, x 



Bound Not to tie Beat, 

Is G. Rnrkhardt's motto. Fine French Calf 
Boots me dc to crder iicm ;s u $ip. a gocd 
and aatlsfkction gnarmteed.* Call at 5*0 Wash- 
ington street and he convinced. A fnll aasort- 
mfntof ne&tly-made good^ always on hand, at 
prlcesto *ui. e-vtryont'a purse. 

\. M 

avaaavaaavaaaatl 



FIGARO 

OTBOTTLATED ETERT DAT OH TBB 
Oakland FerryBoRta to catch tbe tfcaKogtH 
bat arrive by tbegreat Orerland Trair. 



'if .•JtJa'jjr 






Lyon's Portable 
KITCHEN FURNACE, 

TN ITS ECONOMY OF OOAL AND STOVE. 
1 as a perfect oooker, broiler, toaaler. and flat- 
iron beater, i. a DHOHitr to e.er> iM"'*'"" -. 
who wiibrf. io rar. tbe Ito.e and twOjo • ' « 
tb.fn.lit OOD.nm.1. It 1. obeap-W SO. Orjlan* 
,eeit at work, at Stomb. i Miller e, plnmber. 
m-fitter., tin. copper and etojre etpre. oppoeit. 
^arrnire™ Opera Bon.e, Oil Waebinltton lOwt, 
rSAAOBM. WABD, Agent of the PaolSo. OMat 
Hhe trade supplied. )" 6 lm 



Philadelphia Restaurant. 



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OHAS. Y. BRRGOIJ). PROPBIETOB. 
HE 0HO10E8T _ MEATS AND 



Vegetables, Board by the weed. 
aO» PINE STREET between Kearny 
and Montgomery- 



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MILITARY COOnS 

•■ AMD. .. 

GOLD AND SILVER THEATRIC*. 
TRIMMINGS, 

8JBo> Montgomery .trees, JE.OB. IV. 

rablltf T. BBDGEBB JOBNSOir. 



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FIGARO 

Oreeon-ioe paper, lelt totb. tboatreeat .igbt 
ociDS Satncrid op ant< ta'nl lor tbat purpose. 

xoXrtT »Se .oX« j yr/T0 

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EDWARD PEEL A CO., 

fl«5 and at? 'VFa.hlDKton atreet, 

UATE OPENED A COOKING ESTABLISH- 

NICS AND SALOONS, on tbe mo't reatenable 
terms. LnLichee tfelivered fnany part c* fna city 
free of oharge. The patronage of the ealoona_i 
the cit y ia respectfully soltci ted. 

GEORGE MATES' 

DEALER IN OYSTERS, OLAM8 
andaU klndr of SHELL FTSH. 
BielUNoa. *«. 41, AS, California^ 
Market, entrance on California street, 

Pmblio or private pertiee a-ad families enppllejl 
from 8 A.H. to 12 P. Li. Ladiee' en;' Ges'Jemen'S 
Ora'er Rooas open froir t lv. to 12 - .af •.e77ly 



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GRAND 

Festival and Fair 

BENEVOLENT 

PROTECTIVE ORDER 

SEALS, 

U, M BLU/ at TIE 

CITY GARDENS, 

Sunday and Monday 
jtj ju Y uo cts aist. 

■ BMBBM Or THE 

Dramatic, Musical and Equestrian 
Profession 

rwwfe* <> tclatttr thair ••tnc*. and («;« ».it- 
Mk ndbiu PriMf.pltiM Mud tbeir cvBBUi- 




FliF.tlSHEO ROQIS 

;«IC to ItOpi Kostt 

tf EST END* HOTEL 



CALIFORNIA TBIATR1. 



Nl» IVI,«|1I 




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LORD DUNDREARY'S 



A. W BARK, C. 8. O.8. 

Ai t». L»*«- «•••. 1TB M.rv.i Mm 
—OB TO— 

SHERIDAN COBBYN.C.S. 




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MR. SOTHTRK 

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J. O. HILUUIIOI 

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BilnrJjT Alnrooc.D. Jn'.j i»th »i So'clwk 



♦•ONLY BROTHER SAM MATINEE/' 



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Mood*; J0I7 llib, vlll bo prodacad BoMtifODfl Ixr,sT*li« Com dj 

DAVID GARRICK," 

SOTHIERIV'S 



Bet ticing bii original put of 

DAVID GARRIC 

aj r*prw»'.eta by him for CTer two boDdr»j nighU at tha HaTmarket Theatre, London; tod for Nlnelj six 
nighta et Wallaoa g Theatre, New York. 



THE OBJECTS OF LIFE. 

BB.PADLM.BRBNAM 



or i»»i.>i'u.i »u 



Will Give a Grand Course 



«r 



Popular Lectures 



-AT- 



PACIFIC HALL., 



WILL COUMEHOB OH 



Monday evening July 7ih 



Firmt, lweoture Free. 



BUEJBO T, 



THE THRONE OF THE MIND 



Ttali Lecture la rjnw, ind th* i 1m» ilvniK-ed ira t-ulr 
grand. It bIwbjs In .tire- tbo ttttBduc* of Urge and 

fa*hlf tuple ttillorcsi. 



INVENTION. 
M 




-fob— 
SEWING MACHINES, 

DENTISTS MO JEWELIEIV UTHES, 

Tbli tttumUon cu b« applied to tb* opwrm-log 

of >tl ftindtof ferine Machine. IHDtliU' 

aod J w»n»r-TUtb*i lis (.lrup'i-ltt Ik 

oatr • qua eo ly It* daracH.t; , 

II BTotd- tn* a«- »f tbwtread- 

1*, wbi:b l« an raeefal 

k«d Ujarlotu. 

t-T Application Mido by tb« Agent! for lb- 

Pac'.fl Out, 

IAWTEK ft WHtDOlf, 

SS8 Waw-lntftom HLreo*. 




AZTEC PINOLE. 

MACK PBOM PARCHED CORN, 

O-OOX) 

1 As a r*tftalar artielw of food. 
1 Aa a dltl for *1> stxipliCM, 
I At a food for children, 
T Ai k mtralator of ih» bo we! a. 
I Asa th like a Ins* f >r .•apt, 
I For brt,«<l Ing catltJis >ml Itnh, 
I Forth* aieoTminera, 
I Fo«" tfao a»e of proMp^ctors, 
[Forthaiix of hum .n, 
I for thr VM of c«ntp*-r*, 
' For tke me of picnickers, 
For ibao aae of over." hotly. 
r A 0OLT*BleDt iQBab, »tw»j» rwidj »l » 

momoLt'i notion. 

A.ik Toir Orottr for It. 
BottU gfOoaM lapylitd bj «J wbolMAlMr or 
b,,b *' AZTEC COMPANY, 
• IS aa«raateal« *•*>*•••» »*» rraa«lt*», 



TMD, 

McDANIEL'S THEATRE 

CIIT»>E. WYOMIMS. 

THREE GOOD VARIETY. WOMEN 

M-likii geew «« «•» Bn« It i» th.tr ad»a- 
lace toetore l.aTioi Chtoroi* to corr.ipond with 
J. HeliA^TF.I.. 

bjjB T.'-rH Bor No Ltnejcnot Wjomlrj 




R. F.O8BORN&CO., 

Imporlrrt and Df«l»ri in 

Wagon Hardware 

751 MARKET STREET, 

WOULD CALL ATTRrfTION m Til KIR fine 
■ lock of BOLTS, VTAUHKRH, NLTft. AX.LEH. 
Oitid atd 8il«r HUB BA.XDS, LAMrB. "« 
TIPS. Fall M*ortm*Dt of BIALKABLE, Blv- 
KTf. «lc, 

— iXSO— 

Dopot of Philadelphia 

CARRIAGE AND T YRS BOLTS 

it7P*2w 



....EVKBY... 

AT SIUUT O'CLOCK. 

AT THE OI.0 ORIGINAL 
RRD llt,N l» Ofi»rt (treat, 

whor* 100 otn Daw* HUT AND 
OOLT* I>KliNK^ of tht> Y«rr best 
q.b»HU. Tbo "Old Hpori," >■ ■>!- 
i«iy*ori ban<1. Drop In 
1)AVK UKNU1LB. Propriotof. 



OPERA HOUSE, 

SAN JOBB. 

TbittbMtrtwlll b» l»»Mdoqlib#r«l ttrroi for all 
noetbi tr by tb«r»*rto »o mp«-n»O08d m»o»tor. 
t.u.lDB'* Tiqti'f at tnj tb»»DCO from ha n June 1 Co 
boiM«oanao#b« rooted by tboDigbtor witk on 

l.w IHWI 



t.w t.nns 



&E^ JTiVO CATAC1TT 1,200, 
»: BKOHAHKA, Proprl.tor. 
BAN JOSS 



Liverpool and Great Western 

Steamship Company, 

CARRYING .THE IT. fi- MAIL. 

TIGKETS SOLDlo MD FROM 

T IVKRPOOL. QUIKNBTOWN.^Mf* 
- Li LoDaondorn, HsMborgb , BiWM,2aiHa 
Hbti«. P*rli, Bwtdio, Boldaai. Koi»« ud til 
SaropoM eitlpa, •* : m 1 1 MM 

TbliOomptor hu ArntstfintDtt with tbo Oom- 
jBiMlooorof Emlcntloa Aad Rtllcotd Otinpj.nlt« 
■t M«w York, br wbUb pu i mpn in pTOMptlf 
roroordtd to tb« F.ttflt Oout, , 

ForsoitiooUnopplr to 

A>. B. JACRHOlt, A B 3Bt, 

m)^lW ' S»8 Afi»ot»*mi*rT »tr««t. 



HARRY MYERS, 



AfiQ* for Hitcblngi A Gr*y'« School SlUbllt 
for Stt land titrli * '■'" l .• i : ., 



IIJK» « a»r»r » uvuw«i u*> 

Wil< --r.il •! FR'ttene*!. 
jc-**-lrs 



Pacific Purchasing, 

PRINTING DRAMATIC, MUSICAL, LECTURE. AND 

EQUESTRIAN A6ENCY, 

Rooms lO ancl 17... .0)30 TVnajHiiiprton street. 




Attention, Good Livers! 

MR. P. BBKGBB, FORMERLY 
propr1»torot tie M|d*iV Roo- 

t!tor*ot, bM Uk«D Ui« mKntRameot 
of botb the Minors' R*n*ar»nt ob^. 

Oonmerolal Btr««t and tbo Miner*'' 

Bnorih oo Morkut »tr«6t, in [i«rtn»r» (1 'i' "Itb MR. 
A. I-RA YKUR, who has beoo ooonoetod with tbo 
Bud loryaar*. IirprovoticDio bava b*«n B l* < *\Jr* 
[he onrAiDo departm*. [hal will ronaer tbs Ml» 
Dnrn'niora popalAr tbatt it baa e T»r bfon da rt— 
tbB t'i run »f Ka proaparttf. Oar BUla of jraroF 
nuib—io all it. « delieacica of tbo aeaaon. U ' 
a; otto Is "Good Faro. Good Cookies and ModiroA* 

Dbarvoa-" 

P. HEROES A CO. __ 

MINERS' RESTAURANT^ 

8S1 and CSS CoomerolAt. Asm . 
9«0 liArkot itroat. 
r»pori ro« f> A.M. to 10 f.M. ao*l Im 



RPKi HI- KOTICS TO HISS 1H\MF, TVALTOX, 

Picnic and -tfall ConHnittees. | ...with,... 

W E ARE PREPARED TO FURNISH I TWO REW *>**"*»> 

t3nt t.wS.ia. at t&irralo.. I nights oomateaolct w Jmlr. 

■9-Tb. Bc»iotct;trrangficoi.U ol Dmn-lic or Masio.l EnttrUlnmcnts, PKTES, riOSICS 
etc., atucfitd to. 

■9-AII omlnei.ontrt.tiKl to u will tit tiniUd with BromptoeH. No cb.ig.i mlilo .10.0 

for ...,lc« .otu.ll, porfoimod. .DBBIUAN COKBTW * CO. 



THE OLD 

Hot sooton, 

lo> H.rt.. Strcsct. ncJtr Krnpnr. 

All UrinUaT^Xeii Cents 

Hot Prinks a specialty. 

THE BEST TOII ISjUkHBY IS TOW». 

A 1 ml on fll. th. W.w York H.r»la\ BirpnT 
Wo.klr, Frank L..U.'., Oir'i Doing.. Polloo 6* 
t.tU, »J1 IV O^i'ornl. DaiKra, alap I^ndon 
Pnnob. B*tl'aXif.. Illn.tr.taa London Mow.. 0.11 
•ad aatl.fr roaiaalf. 
•arr Don't forgot tha .fan of th. Hot fiaotcau 
?i7 tf W. i. *AI.DRO«. Proptiatot. 



X>R. LEE CHUN GEE, 

CKLEBIIATED 

Olxlneae Fliyalolnii, 

1017 Dl'PONT STREET, 

Brhrcrn Paclftc ant Jark.an Stfc 

Odfat ttl dltfnj?. Mod. r.te char.- m 



SANGER HALLE 

(SINGER'S HALL.) 
14 GEARY ST., KKAB HLEARIVR. 



Noaebot the Cho)oeal Strandi of "WlBa* 
and L'l.oori oa hood. 

DEPOT WEYAND i. lASCHl'S BAY BRlWHf 

,,1B t« OHBIB FELDHArr". 



PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE. 

YtBSINIA Of-RTf * *XVA»A* 

t^HIS KLKOAlT THBATRR HAf SlKKf fift 
dooontod, aad mo bt rent c d 



j. rteooruea, aaa ^* "g r T^ m Hi^ ^** "^ fl 1 * ! 

16ot»Ut Troaiod with ij^j^a«0«^ftlSJf 

o,t,""^!'iAl <, Jfa-2»8i*" ' 

•SO Wai&lnAtoaiSrsst- - — " 



ALIFOHNIA AND NEVADA 
VOLUNTEERS, 

HONORABLY DIROH ARGttDKOR ABY Al 
t-tij», nt Dram Barracks, or any other JX 
place ov.w 3..U mill** from place of •oliatmrjoilU 
aroaotited to addltloBtri Travel Pay. l T| f 

'"" , " '"'j. R.'Kos-msoi.. W 

je-18-lm OUttHoottToniBrf atreot BRtST 



Parisian House. 

SAII RAFAEL, 
ONE BLOCK FROM THE RAiLROAP 

L- THORIN, Proprietor. 

FURNISHED ROOMS 

■■••«»•••• 

n. eataurantr 

Firaa Qmilltr of Wlaai, X.l<i- 
aura and Clgur^ 

BOARDERS LTAKIKB BV WilK CR MONTra- 

mj27 1m 



FOURTH _0F JULY, 

■CCliito a9Ixlrt>» 
riromenB JBliii-tra. 
Onllco BMrtai 
Over Blxlrts 
Obaok Bliirtaa 
TSn,der ablrtti 

,i Aad all kind, of Fnrni.nlng Oooda aad Toifa t 
Artiolai at th. nmal aatiafactorr priest, at th. OJat 
Bland, Mo. 3 Bacond rjtr..t. ' 



WANTED. 



A Leading man. Juvenile and Comed-aO. TbOtS' 
Whooio m»fca tbeinBe'TfS ceoeralty ur«fol Bod 
trarel for ttara batlow esltvrr. V««tj toloot aA- 
bo WBBlad. 

Addroa, C. A. LEWIS 

T_:rvTBEti«ronE, 

A L A M > DA 00 , U Ai 






m 



jF*ica-A 



T^ "OiTBMaU. OF AM08EMETTS. 
U every Day io the Year by 
j I»- BOGARDU8 

tS«S Merckakt »■* *SS WMblDiWi ■t* 

Sslow Montgomery. S*o F^aacieoe. 



JIOHBDAZ JULY 7, 1873 



Caoie for Divor e. 

Ad ArUai.SAa gaLUocnm liu Jivcrcci b.m 
go 1 ! by tbo eioiplo process of periling the 
folluvi'jg ootic* od several doorpost* ud 
rails Id (be Ticloitj of bis dwelling. It is 
beaded ' Cut-off Pe^gt,," and reads; mar- 
ion Aark Oritieadeo. Cjanty May 31 1873. 
Mottost'ta bear By giren la in (en Dsjs .No- 
tice, that Peggi Daris is no more mice fore 
8be it ootbing bat a Pteeebraker for there 
do get ling Along with her noways that a 
man can do and Beaih.tr then to be in trab- 
blo all the time I part in Pnblect that it will 
be understood By all People. Mr. Bord- 
gtH David." 

— -* — 

Tli. CMcnl of Han. 

Figurative party— "So long as T am a 
man, sorr, whit does it mitier to me whet- 
her megre.t-grandfslber w«a an Aothrop- 
•«. laps or not, sorr?" Literal paxty—Hw: 
watbtrdlsagweeable for your gwite-gwaed- 
m other, wasn't it?" 



A California Musician. Go nt. 

The last OHnpe; rsestfe-J, c:uuina tie 
following obituary notice of ene who *u 
well known in California: 

Just before going to 'pre.-n we received in 
formation that Charles Eoppitz died at the 
y.etori a Hotel, St. John, N. B., od June 22. 
He hal been o indue :or if & series of gif : 
oanCrrU given at tte Acidtiny of M 



' An Appreciative Crlllitsas. 

' TheKew Torkcorre;; undent of the Bos- 
ton 9 » turd iv EronlDg Gi2ette, speaking of 
boomer" and "Fidelia," fcajs of the Hist- 
n*med pUy: The former to performed at 
Niblo's Garden, and a Mr. Gas. PoiUips is 

jtfce bright pirticulir star- who charms us 
willj tin vfrotcbtd tc!;og. Mr. Phillip* i<* 
Oofty Gooftv. a fit d ntrnlon at occa points 



thateityon June 16. 17, 13, 19, and hai lai- oot that he is a most comic individual. Mr 



Coal. 

A Bolf-posBeesed yoong man callel at a 
house io Atlanti, Georgia, a few mornings 
ago and askelto ses his wife. "She to not 
bare," replied the mistress of the boas.-: 
* 'there is none here but the members of my 
ova family." "Well," replied be, "its one 
of them I want to see. I married your 
eldest daughter list night." 



A Biff Theatre. 

A theatre to be called the "Great Eastern 
Building," and capable of eccommcdiiiug 
en audience of twenty thousand people, is 
«ne of the recent Parisian projects. 



A New lork social club will include clu 
able women. 



The Bush's overcast 
ornaments and all. 



is wjrth a million, 



The Ring of the Belgians was fct.d at 
Livererpool, recently. 

.*. 

Note;.— Miss Emily Mestayer who has 

been ptayinc old woman parti at the Union 
8m a ire Theatre. So* York, is coming t; Oalifor- 
iija oo a ple.sore trip. 

Lewis Morrison who la to be leading mis at the 
California Theatre next season trill come by 
steamer. Ha left New York oo the Colon oa the 
2-".b He a ill arrive oo the next steamer from 
Panama. 

Oor best oiticeus are detfrmiosd that Hisi Min- 
nie Walton ah ill hare a splendid Deaefl: before 
aha leaves this oitr. 

0*eo Mar. owe read the Bine ani th> G.aj 
yeeurdty aa part of the Fourth of July literar/ 
•XdaaaaeSD 

Toe Bocte of the Great Show.— The 

Hew York ani New Orleans Zoological and Fqoes- 
trm Exposition will go from here to Hotlletir 
where it will exhibit on Mooday, Salines on the 
5t\ Watson*. I Is on tas 9tn. GUroj on the 10th. 
and San Jom on the ll b. 



en there a picked orchestra of twenty solo 
performers, which included the Be=tttr>v»n 
Quintet Clab. He came here from San 
Franctoeo, Oal., some yeaxe ago with B. M. 
Hooley, and for some years performed with 
minstrel companies He then secured a 
| position as leader of orchestra in one of the 
New York theatres, and finally went to Boa. 
ton, Mass., where he led the orchestra at 
the Boston Theatre, and upon the opening 
of Selwin'a Theatre was tec rued for a like 
position there, which he held up U the 
time of the burning of the Globe Theatre. 
He wai a fine musician, performing wilh 
more than ordinary skill upon a number of 
instruments, particularly the violio and 
piccolo. , His brilliant execution upon the 
laver insnrninent, dnring the performance 
of his own orchestral arrangement of "The 
Nightingale Polka/' never failed to excite 
an audience to the bightst pitch of enthu- 
siasm. He was a composer of some celeb- 
rity, aod during the past few years kept a 
music st ire in Boston. He was a genial 
companion, beloved by all with whom he 
c»me in contact, an enthusiastic devotee of 
his art, and h\s 3u .den demise will be sin- 
cerely mourned by a large circle of friends 
and aeqnaintanots We believe he left a 

family residing In Boston. 

■» ... ■ 

New Music. 

We bare received from the publishers. 
W. A. Pond <fc Co., New York, a ballad enti- 
tUd "Linger near Me, Little Darling,' 
words by George Cooper, music by Violettft ( 
also "Goei Morning," by Franz Abt, from 
the publishing house of M. Gray, San Fran- 
cises. ____^_ 
Well ! 

The San Jose Mercury says: 

June has been the dullest month of the 
year thus far. This is always the caes. 

We didn't know there was any difference 
in the months to a man who lived in San 

Jcee. 

. ♦- ■ 

Complimentary. 

Ike Gregory, of the Rochester Democrat, 
is after the editor of the Bingbamton Be. 
pob:icin. "He takes much interest," says 
Gregory, "in expeiimeats looking to navi- 
gation of the air. He thinks it possible 
that the wings of the angels f re placed a lit- 
tle too low down by the pic'. are-maize- .-a, and 
he siy b he cannot be brought to believe tha t 
Providence created hie ears in vain. 



McDowell, edraow Card -Writer 

Beady made and made to order. Boom 10 

G08 Market street, cor. Poet and Moatgomerj c 

When to aee Soth- rn you h^ve been. 

Before yon take yocr homeward journey. 

At 'Spiers and Fona'a" saloon drop In 
On 8. W. corner Bosh and Koarny, 

Pure Liqacri there will vrirx your thanks, 
Beatore yon!— for you must be weary 

With laughing at the "taipi and cranks" 

Of "Brother 3am" and "Lord Dundreary." 



A yjujg husband calles his wife "Birdie, 1 
be.ause, he says, she is always associated 
in his mind witn a bill. 



rhe Boat Beinodles. 

Br. Perry's Last Chance, for pain. Dr. Per. 
ry'B Webfoot Pills, for all bilious complaints. 
For sale by all druggists. Agency, 417 Sansome 
street, cerner of Commf rcial 



ebotoffrapuic Car^e 

At one dollar per dozen at the Peoples Art 
Gallery, 34 Third street between Stevenson and 
tllaslon stre-t. A 



ThS Kew lork Photojcraph 
Oavllcx-y 
Ro. 1i T jlrd Slrset, is again open, with lar 
ger lights, mora room, and all the lataart lm[ 
proveaeote In instruments. Cabinet Bern- 
braaSni onTy J| perdozm; Card Beonmbraota 
atr om %l to 13 per dozen. Ho Onloamen employ. 
*d. B. F.HOWIAND 7a ' 



For Waaf)ti aHevrd-vraax-e. 

Oo to R. F. O*born & 3o'e., Importan and deal. 
«n at 751 Market Street. Bee adTsrtiaannnt. 6a 



fourth of July. 

Strangers. Laiies at aeB'leman. before you 
leave the city, visit the Carpet Je rnrnlture 
Emporium of JOHN C. BELL nearly opposite 
the Grand Hotel on Market at. Also folding 
Chain, Camp Stoala. Thi Weed Ca-p t 
Sweeper, 4 the finest assortments of Lace 
Curtains In the Bute. ft*. 



sTlve Hundred Men Wanted 

Immediately. To send their washing to the 
What Cheer Laundry, 181 Leideedorff at. • 



Bont ReadThls, 

For if yon do yon will spend all of yonr 
m-ney buying yonr tamO/ drees-gocd-. boe- 
leriee, Uble.de .ni, chUdren'a oatctj, etc., at 
the cheapaat and moat fashionable place in the 
eitv- Frtedlahder A Oo «, Ho. 9 Third street* 
nucleus Building: 3 B 

■ 
Geo. Haaa.A- Co. 

The great Candy Emporium, 20 Kearny St, 
near Xarkst. cs 

X*iibllc Accommodation, 

Washing lef * the office before 8 a. at., can 
he returned . the evening if required; we 
never eueappointl What Cheer Laundry, 121 
Lsiaesdorff straet. • 



star Shirts tana, colters. 

All sorts and sizes, tor te'.e cheap, at the 
What Cheer Laundry. 121 LeldesdortT st, * 



Good >'e-n-8. 

My customers and the public ire notified 
that the openineof Montgomery Avenue will 
not necessitate my removal, but that I still 
koep the largest, best assorted and cheepaat 
stock of men and boys clotbiog In the city 

Also great bargains In gent's f ornlahlng goods 
trunks, tsUsm, hats etc,. Call before pruchse- 
ng. H. Peyser, 719 Montgomery street, first 

store north or Washington 6l. 

— ■ ■ ' a 
arrewla nntl Sweet. 
Ver aha beat confectionery, r* to Canty and 

Waaler's, 107 Menuonaerr St near Satw-. X 



A great Tariety of Ties and Bows, all styles, 
Jest received at the What Cheer Laundry, 131 
Leldeaderff street. • 



Asa J_i. WauKoman's 

"Cblgago Beer Depot," 628 Sacramento street, 
between Montgomery and Beirny, The oele 
brated * Onicago Lager Beer," and the beat of 
liquors. Daily lasob.with Iob*t = r salad aod 
other delieacles. preparBd by the epicurean 
George Butt. Beer, 10 centa. Begular Geo 
man lunches, cartar, Swi>a obeeee and sand- 
wicnes, served to order. To lunch at Wanga- 
man's is rax thing. 5-j 



Pratt's Abolition Oil. 
Cures Lame Back and Paralysis. 



3-1. 



Pratt* a Abolltloat OIL 

The People' i remedy for all Ache* and Pains, 
Cryetaal S sample ~ 



n y im ntnT.- Maoame Liars Afitonla, the 
Olalrroyant Physician and Independent Tranee 
Medium. St3 Kearny street, bet. Busb and Pine. 
C joxuiutlons in ■pgllah. French and German. 

A. Jplesaaaavxat Location. 

Persona desaxing coau'ortable lodgings In a 
Oentral location, ahowJt vialt the Alb, am bra, 
and inspect the fine suites of rooms to let there 
Tne bnilliDR is a van fine one and hf well 
lighted and TentOated. . 

Or, Barlow a. Sznltn 

is giving a eours of free Lectures to Gentlo- 
naen on Bexaal Physiology and Hervous Die- 
•aaea at his Hygetan Hall, CS7 Oalif ornia street, 
•very Friday eraning, oommenclng at 7X o'clock. 
A seat of tha evening la devoted to examining 
and prescribing lor patienU.. Dr. Smith gives 
phrenological evasplnatlonj in reaard to health 
to inTallds dairy, from > to t r. at., free. W 



Pratt's Abolition Oil 

Care* B hen mat Ism and Neuralgia 



Phillips's wit consists of vulgarity; be bas 
aarouoh dread -of delicacy as a fowl of wa- 
ter; and avoids any appearance *of Eerious- 
ce:-s_wltb very commendable perseveranoe. 
He bas not the ^lightest idea of acting, 
which is, ef courser very comical; and those 
who best appreciate his effort* are young 
men win nave been brought up in sUbles 
and rat-pits. Mr. Phillips may be a very 
estimable gentleman in private life, and I 
em told that be Is a poet; but he is a burden 
to the already groaning stsge and shonld 
ventilate his bietrionic talents in congenial 
circus-ring^ 

Really Mean. 

The meanest man on record is a Vermon- 
ter who refuses to pay his first wife the 
money which he borrowed from her to buy. 
an Indiana divorce and cover tbe expense of 
his wedding tour with another lady. 



Threats. ^a» j» Ms^f* 

A man who bad his new hat exchanged 
for an old one in a barber's shop adverti-es 
that unless it is returned, he will forward to 
wife of the person who took it the letter 
fovnd concsaled ia the lining of the old one. 
—He will get his hat back. 



Contented Old Woman, 

An old woman of Liverpoole. Ohio, 
"didn't want 'em to take any trouble after 
she was dead; but, if it was just tbe same, 
she'd like to be buried w.th her spectacles 

on." 

♦ ■ 

An I'npUasanl Book. 

An exchange eaye: "The autobiography 
cf Matilda Heron, the actress, is said to be 
fall of startling experiences and extraordin- 
ary situations. Some of its chapters are 
very severe on her late husband, Eobert 
Stoepol, whom she bandies without gloves* 
She a'.BO fmakea, it is reported, other dis- 
closures which must be very unpleasant to 
many of her professional contemporaries," 
Pehawl The woman's mad. 



ilexander tne Great, 

• We have always believed in: his existanee 
hi* ism?, and his exploit? era historical, (and 
par consequence, we al*o believe in his re- 
nowned steed uuc^phala;) but we never could 
have faith In that mythical, winged Steed Pe- 
gasus till tb) other day, on the Cliff Houa; 
road we rasr a team go by on the '-wings of tbe 
wind" and now, there la no limit to our oreda- 
lityln what horseflesh can do, the eta a da are 
fenpplied by Crittenden i Dalton, Turf 01u« 
Stable*; 209 Sutter S reel. 



Everybody & ulted. 

There is no end to the muib'tafe of fashions 
in hats. At " The" Bat Store, 647 Washington 
rtreet (second hat store below Kearny), all these 
nrw styles can he found. The stock is immense 
—tbe prices are reasonable Every one who 
goes there is sure to be suited. a 



San Francisco Jewelry Hannfactei y. 

D. W. Laird, €10 Mercian etrett Diamond 
Setting, EcameUng. All kinds of repal.-lng 
done. Jewelry for sale- 4-p 



Polalon Oak. 

It is now generally known that tbe active princi- 
ple to whlob tbe effects of POIsOW OAK are doe 
is a Tiolatile acid called by chemists tozioodendrio- 
aoid. It is, bo Tever, not so well known that DICK- 
EY'S ORE ME DE LIS is not only ths best avails 
able preveatitive, bat will also, by its neutralizing 
and soothing qoaiities. greatly relieve all die tress- 
iog symptoms. 
Don't Pay Other People's Debts* 

Bat buy your furaltare and Bedding for oaeh 
of J, A, Shabcr k Oj. 707 Market Street, who 
gives no one credit, so make no bad debts and 
therefore sell far smalter pionta, and lesa 
prices than any other dealers In San Francis 
eo, x 



A.ft«r the Theatres are out 

Ton Eh.30.td not fall to go and try some excellent 
Eastern C am Obowder at the Hot Scotch, 236 
Bash Street, their iiqnors cannot ba excelled, ths 
only Saloon where a good Tom and Jerry or Hot 
Ponchos can be got, all drinks plain or fancy 10 
cents, go there once and again yon will go. 



Corns, Bunions, In k rowan*? Nails. 

A perfect cure warranted by Albert Schoen- 
wald, 127 Second street. i-m 



Dental Work. 

Ton meter QUaurr or woaut, go to T. C. Jeev 
rap, dentist, oor. Sutter md Jloatgomery, over 
Tucker's. j. n 



Tbe White House. 

The White House la thronged every afternoon 
with ladles, the majority of whom have come 
from a distance ani consequently most need 
some refreshments. Do these ladies know that 
directly opposite the White House la the Warn 
Hon a BrsTAuaANi. Tola Beatanraot has just 
been re-n-.ted and enlarged by Mr. Meyer*, the 
proprietor, with a special view to the comfort 
of ladies. He has taken great care to keep it 
select, and tne retTreshrnents are first-clase. a 0w 



ITresa ofDanger. 

The IsUst sensation beiog worked op by the pa- 
pers is fonndsdoaa report that a gentleman be- 
came inoculated with disease by smoking a cigar 
made by a Chinaman. Toot* who do not wijh to 
ran a similar rink oaa avoid it by purchasing their 
oigaraofH- entliS at either of his stores 3* and 
8*2 Keirs; Street Mr. Suli S manages to sail ci- 
gars made by white men as cheap as others sell 
Chinese oirars. His sales are large and be laeoa- 
unt with a small prefit Teongh sixteen years in 
basinets be has never empleyed * Chinese cigar 
maker, from ooneientiont convictions, and sever 
intends to do so. Row let those who are in earnest 
in their oppotitf on to Chinese ebeap labor prove it 
by giving their patronaga tsone who preetsoatly- 
proves bis principles, and ar the same time avoid 
the fate cf the nnfort ana- e gentleman who smoked 
a oigar which had been beslobbered by an unhealthy 
h.athea _ T 

W B Skellenberger, 4.32 Montgomery Street, 
Beal Eatata, Faraishid Hausat and Booms, 
Select Boarding plaoee, rents collected, Furni- 
ture bought and fold. Bu lneea oppottunltiea- 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



PETER XEBNANDEZ PET£B AGUIRRE 

FERNANDEZ & AGUIRRE, 

^HATTERS, 

No. 329 Kearny Street, 

BuBuillulFiu, DAN FBAJCOIBCO 

HnU Mad. to Ord.r and R,oovat«d. 



Tahoe 
Billiard Hall 

0HA9. S STONE, Proprietor. 

No. 41 7 Kearny Street. 

Between California and Pine. 
This alegaot r«sor f . bas la'.sly been enlarg"!, and 
now contains 5 new Bevel tables. The bast Liqaors 
and Cigars at tbe B«r. Fire large flnely faroiabed 
room . for clnba aod priv .is parties en tb**r own 
terms and rales. j -T-3m 

DIVIDEND NOTICES. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE 

■ an Francisco Savings Union, 

No. 533 California Street, 
Corner of Webb 

FOB THE HALF TEAR E»DlKO WITH 

30th of June, 1*73, a dividend baa been declared at 
tbe rate of nine and six tsntbs[96 lOjper otn per 
annnm od term deposits, aod eight (S) per cent. 
per enaamon oidinary deposit?, free ot Federsl 
Tax, payable oa and aft -r Hia of JnlylS73. 

By order. LOVEtL WHITE, 
jfl-2w Oashier 



DIVIDEND NOTICE 

German Saving and Loan Society, 

Ths Board of D. rectors have declared the divi- 
dend oa deposits for the first h&'.fyear .871, ending 
4hisdate: Oa Term Deposit 1 , at' the rata of nioe 
and eiz tenth per cent '• 6 -16 > prr anoum ; on ordi- 
nary deposits at the rate of eight per cent (8) per 
an cam, free of Federal Tsr, payable oa and after 
Jury K. SanFrsnaisce. Jin» 30th 1^73. By order 

jy3 2w . GEO. LETTS. Secretary 



GERTRUDE M.GREGORY 

—OF THE— 

GREGORY TROUPE 

Is requested to communicate immediately wilh 
tbe undersigned. By so doing i he will heireome- 
th-ng greatly to h- r advantage. 



J. H 

j?13-Im 



McCABE, Theatrical Affe nt, 

620 Wa^hiogton Street 



lOCts. IO Cta. lOCts, 
Per Olaaa for the Fioeet 

Wines and Liquors, 

and the Celebrated 

FREDERICKSBURG BEER, 

FRED. G. WXNTWORTH'S 
SALOON, 

601 KE1B.VY STREET, N. W. cor, Sac. 



<&> 



OYSTER GROTTO 

A clean and respectable Oya'er 

House fitted u j purposely for Ladles' 

428 PINS STREET, 

Above the Otlifornia Market, between Kearny aod 
Montgomery streets. 

A. W. MANNING, Proprietor. 
je]4-l m 



THE CUFF HOUSE! 

ROARIRG 0CE&N!~SUR6iNG BREAKERS 
FOAIHlnG SERF, IHOHSTER SEA L ONS- 

Appetizing Breakfasts, Lunches. 
Dinners and Suppers. 

BRING TOUR WIFE I 

BRING TOUR FAMILY! 

BRING YOUR LADY FRIENDS 

Andeniera view of tbe Ants', OOEAN PANO- 

KaMA Hi THE WOULD, all in tight of 

the world-renowned 

Golden Gate. 

With a fleet of white naesaeogirs entering from 
•very part of ths oommervUl world. 

s»-Kow Line Bosses, oonneeting with Street 
Oars at Lone Monotrin every 15 annates hereafter 
for the Oliff Honse. iyl-tf 



iVI)3»A:^ *t>lSt L^i ( 

DEALERS IK 



Market. San Francieoi. Open Day 
and Night, families, P ablic an 1 Pri- 
vate Parties, Hotels, shipping and 
Restaurants sopolied. 



<§*? 



Oomar Twelfth sad Polsem strests, 
Sunday and Monday Jnlj- and 7 

GRAND FESTIVAL 

....or ras. ... 

SAN FRANCISCO CADETS 

Company H, Sa ond Regiment. N. G. 0.. 

CAPTAIN O. E. S. McDQ.VA D. COM- 
maoding, prior to their departure (jr 
Wasbogt^o, D. 0-, When toey win, '.ach dsy 
atJo'clnck. p k., •x-cnt'. for ths <e<t tim«i 
in San Franeiaoo. their marvelloos ttlicdfold 
Drill. 

The Sac Friooisco Cadets will meet st their 
Armor*. Howardetreet, opposite New Montgom- 
erj, at lu o'clock on Sanday morniog. 'Ihe pro- 
cession will form on Howard street, opposite 
New Montgomery. L Oitr Garden*' Military 
Band. 2. Hteubtn Guard. J. E. 2d Regt.. Oapt. 
Obae. Woohati. 3. Hibernian R'fl-s. Captain 
rhimas Desmond. 4, Jnsnz Gaard. Oaotain 
Antonio de la Torre. 5. San ITraaoisoo Cadets, 
Oap'ata O. E. 8. McDonald. i v 



PICNICS, EXCURSIONS, ETC 



S. F. and H. P. B.R, Co. 



CHANCE OF TIME. 

THE CHEAPEST ROUTE TO THE QEY5ERS. 

ON ANT> AFTKR JUNE 1. 1873. THE S1EAM- 
or ANTKLOPK. oonnectiog at Donanas Land- 
iDg with the San Francisco & North Pacido Rail- 
road Company for Oloverdate aod all intermediate 
stations, will leave San Francisco daily {Sunday 
exepted), from Froct street Wharf . at 2:39 *Mf. Re- 
turning, the train will leave Oloverdale d&ilv at 
6:09 o'clock am , coon«cting at Donanne »ith the 
steimer and arriving in Sao Fianciaoo at 11:V0 A.M. 
Ihe steamers and cars make close Connections 
with stages to and from all points. 

SUNDAY EXCURSlONi~AT REDUCED RATES,. 

Leave San Franoieoo at 3 a. M. every Sunday 
arriving at Oloverdale at 1 o'clock p. at Returning 
will leave Oloverdale at .'o'clock, airiviag iu Sao 
Francisco at T o'oloo t This will allowexonr- 
siooiats several hours at any of the places along 
t -e line ef i-ht- road. For all information apply at 
the Oompaia'e offloe,4tfO Moutgomsry street. 

Oo and after June 1st. ibe Steamer will leave 
San Francisco at 2 30. P. at ; the oars will leave 
Oloverdale at 6 a. x. 

aptB PETER DONAHUE, President. 



Badger'sCentral Park, Oakland 



THHSE BEAUTIFUL GARDENS ARE NOW 
open for the seaion, and many of the mos 
popular 

Will bs held there. The .ttractione are nnmer 
oot. SK4.rIKOPAYlLION.MUBEUM.OTH. 
NASIOM. skslios Itee on »66k d»T«. 

AomlMle. «s Cent* 

OHILDREW IO OKNT3. .017 l( 



PIPIfAX 

This Tonic is so Marvelous in its ef- 
fects tha* it ie al> led thi oa^boat la- 
rope 

Magic Bitters! 

It Strengthens the nerves! Restores 
Tooth nasi Ueattb! Qlves Vigor to the 
Intellect, and Renewed Strength and Yl 
rlllty to the aged and Insarta. 

SOLD EVERYWHERE. 

je53 2m 



DR. JORDAN'S 

GREAT ANATOMICAL MUSEUM, 

And College of ste-dlclne. 

10 nnO .BBAUTIFUL AND mSTRUOT- 

lUtVUU ive objects to be seen. Qpen to the 
Public DAY AND NIGHT, at EUREKA HAU- 
Si8 Montgomery street. FOR MEN ONLY- 
swTDk. Jordan's PrnvaxB Ornos is at *a\I 

Pes rr etreet tooposite old Mechanics' Pavilion). 



IT'3 £Z^.FLX3 TIIVCBS 

THUnEPGBE 

SAVE YOUR MONEY 

Bi* GOING TO 

THE PALACEOF FASHION 

ANOTHER FXOnEMENT ABOUT THE 
New - tore, 1? Second street, opposite the 
Grand Hotel. Clothing of the latest ana most 
ra*h.tooable styles mat** to order Lh'aper and 
better tbanatany other house in the city. 

MOTE THE - PRICES. 

Pants., from $6 to $1 2 per pair 
Suits -.from $25 to SSO 

I ic.ite the ioepeetloo ot the OhoiceefGoode in 
the market, 

A. MORRIS, 

No. IT" Second Street, 

j«17 lm Opposite Grand Hotel. 



DRRENZS 
HERB 

iittfipiSt 



The treat Tonic end Appetlaer. For 

Sale Everywhere. mj9 3a 



STEPHEN M AYBELL. 

C omecAlan; 

Parties wiehingtalent for city or country can 
eng g* tbe use by addrsBsiog a note to him at 

this offlct. j M-lm 



GERMAN 

flTrT. 



PIANOS. 



THE BEST ASD THS OBEAP- 
iBt. 8chnobiUdter A Oo.. Afeote 
or the oetebrated Factories of 
tsloihner, io Leipzi 



White & Kearns Combi- 
nation Troupe. 

In consrqQence of Messrs. Whits & Kearns leav- 
ing fortae nUst this troupe will be koewa hereaf- 
ter as tbe Oalifomia Oombiaaion T rouse. 

<liu Se -pp. Maaagsr Pro Tern. 

OInb Boom No. 290 Jssaie Street. 



J. C. COMBES, 
TEBRAPIIN LUNCH, 

Cor. Second and Tehama streets. 

snr*Terrapln oomtaatly on hand. 
Oysters in every at vie, PB1VATS 
SUPPER BOOMS F ">B PASTIES. 

dec 31 lm 



CANDIES. 

ALL KINDS OE THE FINEST tOAND? 
made at oor Steam Oandy Footory daily. Ail 
orders, especially from the country, are solicited 
trd will be promptly attended to. 

OANTV « WAOWE 
1 S)7 MMitonmaivM, n ~ 



ALHAMBRA LODGING HOUSE 

FErTBLT FURBISHED BOOMS, SDJr- 
gla or in suits. 

Well r.tsjsiss* saad ~Vaatt l a w sd. 

DnioTniahed'Roonia to Let. Lodrinj; wtfch 
thent board. ALHAMBBA BUIIJJiHG 
•1 r ?.b tb ■treat. t-wM tf 



VARIETY TALENT WANTED 



PIOCSE NEVADA. 

SAU'L N ECU AN, BoaiBWI Manager, 
jell tf VARIETIES. Ploene Jir. 

PIANOS 

ORGANS. 

CALL JlVD EXAMINE KINDS AND FJtlOES 
before parebajicg eiiewkero. Good DO^atoo 
to bo hod. 

A. I~ BAJTOKOIT A CO.. 
,.12 U 1 «3}M»rkot atreot. 



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- Hap a Soda' 

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'M0NT80MERY J 



• *» rktscUOO. TTCSOAT. ;i L T «. IH| 



T.I. XVII. w. iK t 



-..JWs 



BUCKLEY'S new VARIETIES 

Veni, Vidl, Viol, 



CfOH( 



THOMPSON. 



H1W ALH1IBRA TfllATSl, 

CALIFORNIA MINSTRELS. 

Billy Manning. Frank Moran & Robt. Franor 



Look at To-night* 



Mil. 



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JOLT N 



HOW is nii> i"OR f I H. II ' 

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TNI. IVIHH-, 




TAIL 

Harry D—af 




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We*.*. T Bun, 




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UlMI'lM 



« ASTER 1URXFY 



I'm I - id— « »>l... 

4i k^ rmoi in \t in i\n ............ 

II13I_.L J TDI?». OUTDONJD. 

n»r ""I'm miii ■*■■■■. a i ■■■■#■ riMI amii 

The Renowned ^^^I^T^jSyT Tn^hlV^ciTairr^To^r^ 

• iiiuir-iwm.»i >V4» aid •wvnm^ 



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Il...lil|«nB, M 

■na lociii 



KIM Uil» 

MORTIMORI. 

•~» ••'•• ri»a«. 

»••• Ma n»k 

■ ■•i. »--«. Harry D< r»| 

■ T III pMWI l i "Vila t*mp' m-BIl r* W.llrr 

•»•» > '0. c. Hom'sri 



TWO 0ROMOIE8. 



T.**lf.« 
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Jrl". HI..... 
.l'.».T H'tMlir 

Ml.. I lu.r 

£••1- 7.. la. 

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'InhMIrt 



TlOlMlIt »it» 

Here She Goes and There She Goes 

H Hmb, P la. MwtltMf*. l>e»ai aad Katy Z»a 



TvMwIilt wilj Ratxn tTrwar'a Trisk Putomltaa, Tba 

OLD WOMAN who Lived in the SHOE 

Scene I. — Regions of Dark Despair 

a ttaadaaY *.".'.'. ..'. '."'.'.. ".'.*..'.".'.'.'."";.".\","r!" 



...HARRY TlfOMP^Of 
CHAKI.Kh H Kl> 

O. R- HlttlAUDP) 



Scene 2. — Magic Change to Mother Goose's Village. 



TOM TtOTMT. Tri* r pr « Hon. A'.*- a-»-da Oiown 

M %Rt.rii Rtw. tba <>id Woman -hi lir.d to* ikN, aftrrwerda 1'art.: ua 

-mHi PHpi-f , 

Mi ■ i«\D. an up[Mr ora L. lb* Tillage Baker.. 

■ *1*Prico*e» 

u >DUk 
twmm 

OHABACTEBH IN THE TBICX BCK2IE8; 

mnn pmiriiiAV - 

■ V*K MI>TRr9Sfoolof»rf> 

I MAS 



-rH.-X' FRASBH 

HUH IIAKT 

MK. > 



HAS 

MI38 K8T.IER »V|L| JAMS 

HIB8 FANNY (-P. SON 

y. fatiy. Bitrbr. 8MI. K r.y. Lolly, Faani.tK. children who ..red in tbe Shoo. VilUgera, Dtmoci, eto 



R«M Klrkl-T 

MAST- R J 4 Ml- 8 

...D. J. HHKKWOOn 

.v.K(», KOSTdR 
■r FARH.O!. . MISS sHKRMAN 

■ iT.M". H.-Caafretloaar y nad Maelc Utor*. M'l'NE 4.— Acroea the Continent. SCENE fi. -«.,.„„ 

le HtUl aad Boarding Il<.n«e. MCEXB O.-Oawdcn, Pa* de Deux by M'lle Marie Or.nifj.in and 

Hn'. it artel ay. iSCBKE ?.-LI«k Hon* aid Wklte llouea. IOERE S.-Paelfle Rtreet 

br MaeallakU SCENE D.-Porlor at Lick Rottoe, HCIHE lO.-A Fuanlllaj- 

• e«a«v ICRNR 11.— Tata ■*>*• Avcnw. SCENE IS.— Plnto'a IIambI. 

■cr.nr. iu.-uuA.Nu hihiohicai, tableau 

Washington Crossing the Delaware. 



BELLA UNION THEATRE 



Read This Week's Wo nsfer Programme 

BT OUR OREAT VARIKTT COMPAMT 
Tint KVSKIKO....' nVXTM 

Tfc. hi'rrMMI ...I nw.MMr.itli. 

MALI AND FEMALE MIN8TREL9 
i n ili.- I i..r. . « „,„ 

._„. o«2Sir <i.«iiMnr»u.H« i u. 

fcJTiliZ.. ..... "*«rJ 

N . H ... ... . - * . 

IIVTinXlTjtJJDJli 

(•^niHof MiihIc Mlm LiQra Hrrron 

ajiiio —rr'iial 

M««oa • a*. Ii r 

>'*•) Ullrhlt 

M> n t» Mi. « i.i, 

»mU lubii ,m 

Orabaaua 



Pattdd Raaai . 

I *1ah I ».. d. Maiai. 



A fiat tM*. -ht lo««j Ritrarafaauollho 

FARALLONES 



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H. ,).. 

M . i Draka 



Uv*rt«i« 

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MarLaaUo 

-■• Totatar l'-'Voa 

"an a,anv 
Jab* VaM*ai4 

ki, To " , V 1 « , »» 

MlaftU Pilaaor* 

...Lrilll* Harlaai4 



Urodaoira 



AaaiAl And FRITZ 



Aa tbaajroloriua UIowdi 



Ballad.... I ... 

H- no Mn|a,_ 

Moat;. kuirNrliii. 

Ch urnrtpr U.iff 

UaJlavd 



MaiK'e •>! f'UIr 

■<•« DlxoB 

..Maaslo aVrlls* 

«1ub>. Klllanorri 

Mar Loalla 



Ovortaro. 
PntoUo Act 



-l'r<-.."alro 

PredBlume 



Ballad Miss -Laura Borvon 



Bo "Vo-vm. 

Mailk-Uj... 



TBAOJ 

Saala Hobiaoo.. ... 



• and Tonnnj Dirtoa 



II* ct» PTJPIIi 

L *ad Totta-j Bartoo 



ArZea,! cnost 



Jake Wildlot* . 
Jlmmi TrneU »a . 
O a liob 1 h >r.on .. 
Haonab 



Halt Kail* 

... .rrad K'tabio 

Jobo Wood*ard 
Loo D.ton 



A .Imtaa'on WR CVnfa 

lire** Cirri* nod ore intra SO Onto 

PrlvitCe Buxva a>« ao 



Tata ioori i.opentt nuiau. 

pacific HousETr^'j^^'r 

OLYMPIC H0USE,"^-J:i7r'^: 

RAi STOW A POTRIX.U 



great 



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variety 



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TRUNKS AND VALISES 

SCPKRIOR, OUSTOM-MADK (WORK; WAR- 
rautod atrotig aod dorablo, at H'eatl/ radroad 
prloaa. J. OUKI.t. Traok-Biakai', i& MootRomarr 
atraat. bataean Fina aod Bu.h, facing tbt> Roaa 
Booao. Trooka Bapalrad: OoTera Made, jut Im 



,JB06 11, ' 



ii^4a# 



ORGAN OF AUTJSEMENTS 



Pra«TuniM of til EiUbluhwl 



Places of Amusement 



in BAH IBAHCISOO. 



CIRCULATED EVERY DAY 



tm-jrwt tkabj 



eWMAILY THEOD6HO0T THBJOITY 



PACIFIC 

LAI? 

THIRD TEAR OF PUBLICATION. 



ISSUED EVERY TUESDAY. 



Only Legal Journal Published West 
of the Mississippi. 



Publishes all the California Supreme 
Court Reports. 



IT HAS RECEIVED THE CORDIAL ENDORSE- 
MENT OF TBI PROFESSION AS A 

RELIABLE AND INDISPENSABLE AID TO 
THE PRACTICAL LAWYER. 



J. P. BOGARDUS, Publisher. 



FTJR£.ECVrxOJ! orricM. ' 
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BOKER'S BITTERS. 



THP UNDSRSIONKD 13 BOLR AGENT I» 
Uallfnjola, for tba aato of ib« above cele- 
brated Bilt'ra. He la prepared to deal witb 
Merobaoti and Jobber* no tba most reasonable 
tarma. WM. B. JOHNSTON. 

jail Ins 49 California street. 



AFTER ruE 

THEATRE8ARE OUT 

00 TO TUB 

Hot Sooton, 

■att«r ■treat, aeor Kearey, 
Aod try on* of thalr 

Hot Seotch's or Tom & Jerry's 

All Drinks Ten Cents 

mlUf JOS. D. BRIQQ8. Proprl.lor. 



«t»DR. AIKIN 

▼ ^ Cnrra Beeaat and Chronic Dlaeaa«a of the 
EYE, BAR, THROAT. LUAOS aod UKART— Oatarrfa, Daaf- 
□aaa, Diaobarsaa from tbe Kate, Weak or It flamed Hyea, Ooocb- 
- KpfTeper, Naaraigla. Rbautua.iam. Djepepaia, Pilr 



aa. 

single, aaaored apaedy, aafe cure of 
presalon, weakoeas, Prolapaoe, eto., 
other Dlaauaa remodiad. AVOID 

BOTa'd. 



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Debility. _ . 

Scrofula, Uropey, *to. 

A>adlea. married or single, aeenrea apaedy, a 
Irraiolarltlae, Palo, Suppression, weakaaes, Prolapsoe, eto. 
8t»r.lity, Ovftrian and 
DRUGS. 

f'twceri, Tumors, Wens and Marka sklllfnlly r 

eta- All OoafldaDtlal Uaaee Faltbfally AttODded. 

Yoaiha nad aten. do matter what they're road or doa- 

:red, can rely on eora remedy of deformity, debility, or dla- 
easa wearins on body and mind. No Qaaokary or deception. 
Best manna kaowo for rapid, may Oore lavoidlnjt daofier, aaf- 
fprjpn, eipoiare or loss or lime) of ohat Inula aod epeoial dta- 
aasea altnoot maroorr, polaooa or naaaeoua draRa. Complete 
ear* (abara all otbara fail) of worst cased and any eyaptoou 
left from bad treatment or neglect. -«a 

Free Uonaultattona. All Mediomea, etc, foroiahad. 

Call, or write yoor oaae. Address. N. J. AIKIN. M. P.. 

aar Offloe, SOt Kearny street, N. E. Corner of C.ilifornla 
atreot, ban Fraooiaoo. Oal. Jo6* 



ForNale-A Plunger. 

Twanty-two faet long by tea feet brara. Sail* 
Apobor and Chains— complete Id every reepttat 
Well eaited for A PLrXASIJRB BOAT. The oraft 
It nearly new and will beaoldat A GREAT BAh- 
OAIN. To Da eean at Metgg'a Wharf 

Anplyby letter or in peraon to "Ohab." FlOaEO 
OrrtOK. je?5-'Jw 



The Greatest Wonder in the 
World. 

A MERMAID! 

A REAL, ACTUAL, NATURAL 
M£3B.MAIX>f 

The Oreai eat Wend*r aad Natural Co- 

rlaaiiy of the Age. Hcleaee ttaflled aad 

Taeorleie aaattfannded. IU Ueaaa 

aai kran aatabllahed bv moat 

leara»d Naturailat* In ih'a eooe* 

try. Will beaa KahlbUlon far e ftw 

d*n aalj. at 

PLATT^_ HALL. 

Tkla BTMUaa. _ 



K3IC3rHCT15r 

Single Outside Rooms, 

WXTB 

No. 1 Spring Beds and Hair M attrasses, 

i.T THB 

BRANCH HOUSE, 

1*1 8A.NSOHJB STaKltT. COB. OLAT, 

AX 

nrty o«aa.ta par STlclxr, 

And Lem X>y the Week. 
OPB1V .A.X.XJ NIOBT 

Apr-SB L. t. BWBLL, Proprietor. 



PIONEER SHOE MANUFACTORY 




THE MOST EHOAJ TT OQITOM W ORK I> TH« OITT 

Been Jfc Majnard, 



•as Immii 



•■ harataa 



OSS 



'PIOARO." 

BE JOVBHAL Of AMUBJUUJJT8. 

-iblkitad mn Du is to. *"•« by 

J. ?. BOOARDUS 



aaS ad.rchaat a.d OSS Wa^l.gto. rU. 
Below M0nt.0B.r7. Bu 7neoUco. 



TUESDAY JUL! 8, 1878 



AHUSEMKNT8, Etc 



AlMunbr* Th*»in ; . 

Billy Hadoibs. Frank Morsn «d R*>t»rl IlilM 
have fairly ca. tared tae town. The performance 
givea at tbe AJfi.mtrATbe.vtre ten.'for diversity 
and nvrit.e.arevlybereualhd. Id Um Bret part 
BUlr Meaning and Fruk M.ru keep taeaad:- 
euee continually leegbiog at their original joke*, 
MasW r Birn-T follow* '*» his f*m«t jig ud Dutch 
i n.p#rw>n.t:onf, ud tbe weoderf ollj lively ud 
• n final penlon.inie of "The Old Woa.ua Wno 
Lived n tbe EbM," t-rminaiea lb* evesings 
i B 3MiLii.[ Hundreds of b»ppy cbildrea may 
be Men any eight is ibe dress ctiole of til* AU 
bembrs Theatre , enjoying the boisterous fen of 
tbie admirable pitee of wo.lr. 

California Theatre, 

A Terr la-get nl biilliaa:ly fainioneble aud(en;e 
was pretest iui night, when Mr. Bothers st- 
yennd lo John Oxen ford's play of "Bcotbor Sub.' 
Tbie comedy >» ef tbe uai kind m "Oool as a 
Cnenaiber" and "A Ball Id* Chiu Shop:" it it e 
screaming farce elaborated into three ania. It is 
Bach mora pleasant to laugh at the coasamate 
cbeek of Sea. than at the drivelling idiocy of 
Lord Dundreary. Kaob cf tbete characters is 
Over-drawn, bnt Sam Is a more poeaibJe being than 
Don dreary. 8am comet to the boose of hie frieod 
Mr. Trim bat b (J.O. WUheimos .', acd insists on 
being helped ootof a icrape. Ha baa be* » ob- 
taining money from a kind- beat ted old Unc'e 
Jonathan BembeJow (Waiter Ltmit), on tbe 
t.'ee representation tbet be ie married and set_ 
•ltd. The ancle ie abont to ca'l and see him, 
and he, in iata on borrowing hit fdend'a hoaae 
and wife to carry oot tbe deception. Mr. 
Trimbnsb ie obliged to give op bit hoaae to hie 
frieod, bot decidedly objeoU to throwing his wife 
(Mian Helen Tracy) into the bargain, though ebe 
ia net tbe moat amiable of being?, and balliee him 
kwfo'ly. Alios (Mils Annie Graham) Mr*. Trim - 
bsth'e eiater. uxdertekea the role of wife for 
three days. The nee'.e arrivss and complieationa 
eoane. It sec me that 8am has cot only written of 
a wife and an establishment, bnt also of a baby ; 
so the Trimbnsb baby tea to be borrowed and is 
bar.hly criticised by Uncle Rombelow. in the 
presence of ,ti mother. The sad of the play may 
be mifind. A ioe falls in love witb Fain, who 
promeei to reform, aid a'l are bappy. Mr. Boih- 
arn, tn the first act, reunodvd ns very m nob of 
Obarles Uathewa : and, io fact, played bis put ns 
well as the veteran oemtdian cou d have pl'yed it. 
His fmpers'iiation of the part thrcu.heut wis 
highly fioitbed scticg. and the roare of laughter 
which it drew, proved bow thoroughly it was ap- 
preciated by tbe andienoe. 1 he last act ia rather 
weak ; and the padding, consisting of a nonsensical 
story about oysters, gnincn pigs and a solitary 
horseman, did notseem fanny to a San Fraccnco 
aadienoe. Tbe reception of a telegram from Lord 
Dundreary, giving Sam advioe on his marriage* 
wnioh Sam reed,! with an imitation of the Dan. 
dreary eta ter, threw the andienoe into eonvul- 
■looe of laughter, acd postscript after postscript 
was added in response to their demand for nor-. 
Mr. Wiiliamfoo did acme capital light comedy 
acting in the first act. and played the p -rt of Mr. 
Trimbotb well throughout. tMiaa Helen Tracy 
gave an txcelleat impersonation of Mrt.Trimbasb, 
who tyraneiZTS over her weak little husband, and 
M as Aonie Graham did some clever acting as 
Alice. Short performances are popular in Ban 
FriQctsco: "Brother Sam" does uot keep people 
■ p late : tbe pirfoimue-e was ever last night be 
fore half-past tea. Many people doa't like to 
laugh for more t^an twj Doors at a time. 'Broth- 
er Sam'' will 1,5 played nstUfnilher noi:ce. 
Bell* Union Theatre. 

This pioaeer variety theatre, which is now under 
tbe stage management of the popular John Woo: - 
aid, actor, playiight and poet (for didc't be 
nmte "I be Day* el '*Sf ") is doing a cap tal basi- 
neasand prtesnting a capital bill. The extrava- 
gaoaa of "The Farrellones." with Mias May Lea- 
lie as Don Joan and John Woodard aa ShellbacL' 
bse made a grea'. bit. 
Bucldej's Varieties. 

George 0. Tbompeoa, the original Sugar Bob 
J a great fevoifte at tbia house. He appears 
nightly in bis specialties, assisted by*,Mies Louiie. 
Ned Buckley, Harry Bevoy, Frank Mortimore and 
» host of ctae ia appear m acta, songs and dances. 
Woodward's Gardens. 

On Sunday there were: over l!.0te people at this 
beautiful resort. The aquarium is an immenae 
eoooes*. and ereryons is going to tee iL Hours 
can bepleasanlly spentin examining tb» tfcous- 
ands of curios, ties. 
Tbe Coming; Opera Sea son. 

ftigaor Mancnai is receiving eeffieient en- 
cooragemect from oar beet citizens to lead him 
to proceed with hie arraog' menia for a season of 
?F"'r> tc S*-i-temb<ran4 Ocrote-,in theoewly ar- 
ranged aJ? »™irO*«d Plata's RalL Sin or Mad- 
eusi Uwi lisg to invest accnsiderabls sua in pro- I 
curmg the brat talent. Heieatpreeat bttnafcy 
with Signora Pisconti. late prima «T*oa f Tam- 
Var-.l*. - tT00 P?. M4 Bfgnor Peratl, teacr of the 
same troupe. Each of these srtistss is yon-g, 
bandaome and talented, and If Signor Mancnai ef- 
feeU tbeii ergrgemett. they will certainly pl-sje 
the San Francisco public, The baafa on which 
tell. D ew season of opera ie to be gifen, wit? pre- 
ciode any possibility cf the public being diaap- 
poiaUd in acy way. 

Am*rvar Oprrfir 

The ooera of "The Doctor of Aican an," will be 
performed on Thurt day evening July I'ith, at Mir> 
cantite L t . ry bl'. w tb tbe follbwtnc east: 
Donna Lnjrttlv Ml a Kellla Stone; Isabella, Mise 
Oertj OtrasjU; Inea, Mr*. Hall MoAUrfeter; See* r 
Be'tbsiar, Charles Duogan ; Carlos, Varson Lin- 
coln: Doctor Parcelaus. Daniel Yost: Perec, W. 
Spraguefehoroaby tbeAmpbiona. Theoperabaa 
been thcroughly rt hi araed, under the direction of 
Fred Lrattr. ■ 

Port- will Benefit of Ovftn Marlow. 
Ow^n Marlowe will take his farewell benefit a: d 
makebislaat appearance at tbe California Thtt- 
Ire on Wednesday afternoon, JtlylSth, wbentba 
beaatirnl csmedy of "The Palaoeof Truth" will 
be revived wi*' all the original scenery. Mr. 
Marlowe baa at everything so well that the 
public have always wisbtd to eee reore of him 
We hopethattbey will go to see him on this las 
ecceaion and will give him a tremea !ona boaee. 

AjuTosncAL arazini. — On* of the most 

cimHete enllec -9 ot the kind in the United 
tales, eompnsi^g handredncf oostly and bean- 
aUni wis modela, ie daily on view (to gentlemen 
Inly) at the Museum oc Montgomery street. Aa 
n 'Ui may be nurMably spent hsra. 



An Evfning -w Ufa Longft-IUu. 

James F. Bowman, wbo ao aoceesefuUy iaang- 
arattd literary High Jinks, at tbe Bohemian Club. 
iss-olng to give tbe public a High Jinks at Mercan- 
tile Library Hall on Thursday eveaior- Miss Jans 
Gray. Cnarles Warren Stoddird. Daniel C'CoantH, 
Owen Marlowe, Prefeeior C B. Plnmmer aod 
Tnomaa Neweemb. will aaiirt in ictsrpreteg the 
great American pot t. Lone, fellow. Bowman is to 
well known as a litterateur that the publio of San 
Fracciaco cannot fall to appreciate this opojrtu: - 
ity of seeing and hearing him, and the bright 
geoloeee who will ansiit bim on this ppsasiOB, 

B. P. 0. Seals' Fmtttal aud Fajb.— A 

gra : d fe l ra| acd fair will b j given by tbe Bensv- 
olect Protective Order of Soals, at the City Gar- 
dens, an Sunday «4 Monday, July 20th aod 21st- 
Tbie oideY coatpiisae enters, music ast, dancers, 
sin«/rt. P*t4*7 wrjiert. ic 3 many bright gemas.s 
loothsr profosaions, and taey will doabtlesa get 
apoaeof the heat asuertatnmenU ever offered to 
tbe pablic MemUrs of the dramatic, musical 
and (queiUian profeenoos desiring tJ velanteer 
for tnle octot on, and patties alhieg t> oiler 
prizss, can cc>mmunieate witb A. W. Baik, G. 
O. 6., at tbe Lodge Hoorrs, '73 Market street, or 
with SbealdanCorbjn.G. 8., Boom 16/634 Wash. 
'niton street. 

ThjJ Cliff fio»sE,-C»pUin Feeler, ibe 

genial hDttof tbe CIS Honae, entertains visitor 
from all parte of tbe Globe at hie famoos eea-eide 
retort. The Cliff Honae is tbe one thing San 
Fraucieco has to boast of aa different from any- 
thing elae in tbe world. Omnibu*ee run ever? 
day "from lbs terminus of the I *ce Mountain 
Railroad. 



ti&n Joes celebrated tbe Fimkb cf July by 
ft burleeqne proceeeien and an idiotic tra- 
Testie of ■ patriotio I ratioo. 

A ghOBt baa Appeared io ft spirit vault in 
San Fr&Dcigoo, and mukea biiQEelf perfectly 
at borne there. • 

Tbe Lccil Brevities man of tbe Alti i* 
very short — ebort of brains. 

Tbe Cbronicle'a boob reviewer comparer 
Frank F. 8 medley with Eir Walter Bcott &b 
a novelist. Now as to pceta— which dees be 
prefer. Milton or Baxe? 

George F. Barcea, formerly one ef the 
proprietors of the morning Call, baa been 
engaged as dramatic oritie of i hat paper. 

1* there one girl in California who is being 
brought up to be a donate tic cervant? 

Charles Warreo Stoddard's book of South 
Sea Ske'.chea will shortly be published in 
Boston. 

Tbe New York Times has again started 
the poor children's excursions. 

Tbe Alta whines, feebly, that the only day 
of rest it has is on Snnday. Fioaao worries 
it EadJy on all other days in tbe week. 

An exchange ssyi: "Abont one hundred 
men are employed on tbe Hell Gate improve- 
ment." What are they doing, widening it? 

Stephen Haybell who has decided talent 
for the stage has been engaged at the new 
theatre on Bush etroet. The Alta has of 
coarse a mean sneer at bim. 

The Perkins library eft's in London 
brought £26,000. 

How many men can tell you the location 
of ten churches? 

Mme. Lanrier has formed ft ballet troupe 
to astound all America. 

London letters say Patti packs Govern 
Garden, and Nilteen jams Drury Lane. 

Stockings with red ipots are to be worn 
with low shots, so that mosquito bites won't 
show. 

Olive Harpsr hae been t liking to people 
she didn't know in England &nd being snub- 
bed, calls them soobs. People in England 
don't like to be address d by strange women. 

Pere Hyacinthe ie repcr'el to have de- 
clined the permanent pastorate of bis Gene- 
veee congregation. 

London's widest bridge is 65 f et. 

John Henlon was accidentally killed a few 
days ago In Chicago. 

The hatching chicken, when it hears the 
Bhell break says "That lets me out." 

Germany supplies the world's danee aiutio 
now. 

Maurellis the b<Bt baritone now on the 
London stage. 

Lady Bnrdett Coutts owes Marte Antoi- 
nette's tisn. 

Young Walworth ib a capital base-ball 
player: "PriaoBer. base'^mu.t beno&forth 
be b*s game. 

P** .**•• your baby radiate?; ntr e»en 

s:ewed tomatoes. 

The average American is five feet, seven 
and ft half inches. 
The tiggeetcU.fcdiate are tbe English 
Some ose says "manners don't cost any- 
thing." This is false. Perfect, manners are 
the result of three gecerinione of ancestors 
living in purple and fine linen. 
MacSiahon bcks siily, but is five more. 
The late Japanese Miaiskr isn't hpropat- 
ria Mori, . 

A blind beggar in Dayton, O., reeeot'y 
k%d bis pocket picked of $425. 

The remains of John Stuart Mill are to 
be deposited in Westminister Abbey. 

Won't the Bulletin please write a somie 
elitorial on parricide as a companion to its 
intensely funny one on duelling? 

A stuffed eagle, seated on a ballot-box 
dttto, is reported to be Ihe most conspiciovj 
object in the American department of As 
Vienna Expori'ion. Tbe eagle doe* not 
scream much at Vienna. 

A wic'itl man in Davenport, being on bis 
deathbed, wished to consult seme proper 
person regarding his future state, and his 
friend sent a fire insurance agent to bim. 
Tte young man who does up the dramatfe 
for the Chronicle likes to take a drink aft rr 
each act and growls swagely at tbe chairs 
in the aisle. 



The Al a speaking of Vathek the magi- 
cian, who eute off a man's head and pots it 
on again, says: 

He has evidently bad tbe editor of Fjgaxo 
for a subject at eorne time, and didn't put 
the head on right. 

Toe only time the editor of Figabo bad 
softening of the braio, was when te once 
wrote editorials for tbe Alta. He has quite 
neovered. 

Bbiels Opera Bouse under the present 
management is a failure.. It is a pity this 
pretty little comedy theatre ehonld not be 
devoted to a popular class of entertainments 
instead of heavy five set drams s. 

William Harney is the best County Clerk 
San Francisco ever bad. 

Charley Haaek's oyster house on Bush 
street above the Albajnbra Theatre is a per- 
fect palaee of air, 

The Prussian veteran, Gen. Von Moltke 
who is almost as bald as Acsobylos or Jul- 
ia* Ca-sar, ia much annoyed by applicat- 
ions, from Teuton ladiec, for locks of bis 
hair. 

The new editor of tbe Chronicle is fadly 
lacking in originality. He used in jester- 
day'B it sue, for an editorial, the old story 
about a young lady starting a barber's shop 
and husbands being presented by their 
wives with razors. 



Good Tt/ews. 

My customers aod tbe public are notified 
that the opt nine of Montgomery Avenue will 
not necessitate mj removal, but that I still 
keep tbe largest, beet assorted and (heapdSt 
■tock of men and toys clothing in the city 

Also great bargains In gent's fornlsbing goods 
trunks, valises, hats etc,, Call before practice- 
ng. H. Peyser, 719 Montgomery street, first 
store north ot Washington t-L. 



Oysters. 
In strolling round the other night, 
To look at 'Prlsoo by gas light, 
uqt careless test, by chance did stray 
To where a fountain's ceaseless play 
Of sparkling waters, made a soieen 
Through which a sweet bouquet was seen ; 
While mossy stone and pearly shell, 
O'er which tbe waters softly fell. 
Made that window reem to be 
Rome .'airy grotto of the see. 

crop," said my friend, "let's go In here — 
It iooas ao nice— and try tbelr cheer." 
"All right," I amid, ' -I must agree 
That this place suite me to a *T.'" 
So sooner had we found a Beat 
Than at our side a waiter neat 
Made his appearance, acted our wish— 
Said they had almost any dish 
That we might name. We found It true, 
And cooked ntofrarlcatfly, toe; 
All kinds of oysters, juicy, fat, 
Cooked every style; Just think of that, 
And If your mouth don't water, then 
You're different from other men. 
They'd clam sand crabs and terrapins ; 
In fact, we found tbey had within 
That cosy place all kinds of game. 
Fish, flesh or fowl which we ootid name, 
While every dish was, I ant sure. 
Prepared te tempt an epicure. 
The ladiss, too, hare found, 'twould seem, 
That they hare here the beet ice cream; 
Bo here tbey flock, the little sinners, 
To get what they call "en:h nice dinners, " 
Whoever doubts this let him rush 
To three hundred thirty-seven Bush, 
And there this troth he'll find made plain : 
Who goes there once will go again. 
Pacific Oyster House, 337 Bush street, above 

tfontgomery; open Day and Sight. 

nwART.p^ raakf . Proprietor. 



*ts naopBepi8*i ttt 'Lipoma M*qo r«*L» 
9i» rs 'dveqo e-.ee joj 'soBTa paw r^os nr 
•ejoixoo vtiw sijrqg i«)9 

Twenty Thousand 

Paper Collars, all styles, for sale cheap at the 
What Cheat Laundry, office 131 Leldesddrffat. 

£>o HSot teu-iler lrom Corns. 

The unfortunate sufferers from Corns, Bun- 
ions, Club and Ingrowing Kails, can find instant 
relief by applying at Vt. B. fl. Cowan's Instt- 
cute, 810 Eearny street, from 1 to 6 fjh. We 
fTMak from experience, having tested tbe Boo* 
tar's capability. References gives Lfrequired. B 
We get no buFiness from Chinese, and we 
employ none to do our work, at the What Cheer 
Laundry Office, 121 LeideBdorff meet. • 
What aUl L*dles are read ot 

Lailes sre fond of whatever is elegant and 
luxurious all the world over, and nothing ap- 
peals so strongly to their dominant passion in 
that respect as a handsome carriage, with sty- 
lish appointments and spirited borres. It ia 
not to be wondered at, therefore, that a lady's 
envy la excited at seeing a more wealthy mem. 
ber of her sex la a beautiful Clarence, or other 
fashionable vehicle, with a proud, dathing 
team. It la important to know that the Occi- 
dental Ca-rlages, which are fecond to nous in 
elegance, may be used by any lady in the oity 
at any hour for any length of time Ehe may 
desira. This virtually places those wbo engage 
them on an equal footing with tbe most fortn- 
aatse of their sex, and social harmony la there 
oy es^olisbed, Ordere for 4he« fivorlba car- 
*i»gea nay be left at the Occidental Hotel, or 
at Bou% n ft Soil < B BtableBj No. 1016 Btockton 
street, «• 



The Last New Song. 

A1r—"Mixt tt Chendon," 

Emerson CorvUte U my name. 

My business a', wave is the same; 

Eistera Oye&rs, and Fancy Boast, 

Relishes these, that my house can boast. 

Safely these Bivalves to all I show, 

Qh! high oh! Ohl high ohl 

None who have been out again will go. 

Ccrrille Eays sol ests sol 

O* Pine Street, st No. 410, 

Remember the number and call again. 

Visions of Bhell-fUh in every style, 

Inwardly cause yon much to smile. 

Vadies with escorts there always go, 

Ladies gol Ladies go) 

Emerson Corville's polite 1 and so 
S-l They go! they go! they gol 

Removal, 

Samuel Swift has removed from 116 to 113 
Post street. Sewing machines rented and re- 
paired as usual, and sold cheaper than ever, x 



Bound Not to be Beat. 
Ia G. Rnrkhardi's motto. Fine French Calf 
Boots made to <r£er licm $8 !< $10. A good 
and satisfaction guaranteed. Call at 540 Wash- 
ington street and be convinced. A full assort- 
ment of neatly-nude good* always on hand, at 



The CryiUl, alive to the wants of the com. 
mnnity, has imported direct. Bzrwann's cele- 
brated Scotch Wmear, whloh all trae lovere 
of good liquors will sample "t/icue. Brlcdy at 
Dunne, proprietors, 535 Sacramento street, be- 
ween Montgomery and S&nsome. C-c 

Fmltand Confectionery. 

For tbe very finest Fruit and Oon/ectlonery 
go to O. Wler'a Frurt Bazaar, corner of Stock, 
ton and day Streets. Fine stock or clgire 
and Tobacco. _ »q Wi 

9lUXft Moore, 

Formerly of Bass House Carriage*, can be 
ound In front of Coleman Bros, clothing esv 
ablishmeBi, southwest corner Bush and Mont- 
gomery sta. , or Dexter Stables . Oarrlaee orders 
1 ;ft at either place promptly attended to day 
er night, at redrjeed rates. am 



Woman's Xtlftlits. 

One wonld think that It was one of woman's 
rights to enjoy as good a dinner as a man, and 
pay the same price {or it. Nearly all tbe res- 
taurants " for ladies and gentlemen" In 6an 
Francisco have poorer fare than those where 
gentlemen only dice. Tezbz is ah siczptiok. 
At the PiovnxR Bsstaubajit, on Washington 
street, at the corner of Dunbar Alley, ladles can 
get an excellent breakfast, dinner or lunch, st 
a reasonable price. Henry Bocken, established 
since 1849, provides every luxury the market 
affords. Both ladies and gentlemen find there 
dishes to please tne most encurean taste, • 



Dr. Donerty 

Has devoted bis study more particularly to 
chronic and specific practice, and ae such Is 
now the most successful of any Physician in 
San Franolseo. Office 019 Sacramento street, 
sorner of LeidesdortZ, a few doors nelow What 
Oheer House. l 

Wlilt« Liabor Only! 

Employed by the What Oheer Laundry, 131 
Leldeedcnff street. * 



Ladies "Vlw-itinir, Cards. 

Written, engraved or printed by Johw P. 
Dwteb, 126 Sutter street, opposite Lick House, 
and at tbe Grand Hotel. ST. B.— Haxdkib- 
eHJJure kxatlv aunxxo. PsaraiASSHn? of every 
description to order. s 

Pratt's Abolition OH 

Cures Stiff Joints, Sprains and Bruises. S-l 



S.F. BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

Bookiellera sand "tatIoa«rs. 
BL H. Moore, 609 Montgomery, near Merchant. 

Hnelnese Colleges. 
Hesld's, Bryant A St rat tons College, 24 Poet street 

Butcher*. 
Kats, Fred. Stella H to 100. Calif orma-Marti \. 

Dentists. 
BL F. Pope, 6 Montgomery Street, 

Employment Office. 
Chinese Rrnploysnent Oo.— Pierce A Co.. S27 Sac- 
ramento stresL 

French Fnney Soed*. 
Leean * Oo . , 19 Montgomery, 107 and 109 Butte*. 

Hair Jewelry* 
H. A, Callander, manufacturer, 62 Second Barest 

Human Hair. 
Ssdnneeo, A. B. A Co. . 110 Second street. 

Searcher of Records. 
O. V. Gillespie. 641 Washington street. 

Sliver Prise Drees Fitting. 
Mats. Brosse, No. 3« Third street. 

"Watches and Jewelry. 
BL A. Oallender 62 Second street. 

TVhltenera and Paper Hangers. 
A. W. Wt elder. 122 Geary street. 

Wines and XJqnera l Wholesale.) 
Danerl F A Co.. KM Front 



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HAELT'S 



FIGARO 

18 "HERE, THKKK AWD EVEKTWHERE," 
and is constantly meeting a change of readers 
in tbe Tbeaties, Traveling Conveyances, Hotel*, 
and public resorts generally. 



FIGARO 

CIBOULATK8 m THE BEST SOCIETY, 18 
placed in tbe Lai Ha of nearly all who come 
te tbe city to make pure. >eea, and is therefore the 
beet of advertising mediu. \ 



FIGARO 

CIRCULATES AS HOUSE PROGRAMME IN 
every Theatre in San Francisco. 



FIGARO 

IS DISTRIBUTED EVERY DAY THROUGH 3 
oat tbe centre of the. city, in all Hotels, Ree- 
tauranta, Saloons, bteree and Offices. 



FIGARO 

IS OTROULATED EVERY DAY OK THE 
Oakland FerryBoate to catch the passengers 
bat arrive by tbegreet Overland Train. 



FIGARO 

|S MAILED EVERY DAY TO ALL THE 

I principal bote'.a In California, Nevada and 
-jreeorj— the M*»re left in the theatree atairht 
't.E* sathared up and :a*"<i lor teat purpoee. 



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IODIDE of POTASS 

mHI BISI SPEIS6 Xr.DK'1,1 

IB n.e, Parlce. the Bl»o4 «ff all 

morbid, corrupt and Import aanv* 

Car.. BkMBMIu and HcrcarlKl ralaa, 

Sold by oil Drn.rl.t.. 



AOBHCT, 417 8AKSOME STMEJtT. 

SOLE AGENTS FOB 

SB. FIKBt'l I.AST CHAKOB ud 

SB. PEEBI'S WKBJOOT PII.LJ4. 

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STEHS, 

ProgrHHDtl, and .11 kioda of Priniio, for 

SHOW. LECIT»E. COKCBBT, TBI. 

A.TBE and CIKCTTS HUTASBU, 

AT LOW BATES, BT 

^. DF*. sterett 

SSS CU.T STKJEET. mkl 



THOMAS W. BREE. 

SILVER PIiATEH 

^m MAJTUTALTUBEEI 
jdr — A1TD— 

^^P BEPAIBEB4 

*2T DRUBsTSftrlJOS, 

^6-»*_ — aSI>— 

OTHIB Ml§ItAL JLB UTl' K U M RWTfJe 

ESTABLISHED IN lSftfi. 

aav*Leeeons clven on the Banjo and Dram. Ml 
MISSION STREET, between First and Second. 

B. B.— Fine- toned Sirrer Solo Banjos tor Pro- 
eaeionaJs always 00 hand. jali tf 






FREE AND EASY. 

«T«T IATIB11T SI OUT. 

Piano ana suging at 8 p.Bi. 



CHARING 



♦*♦ 



SALOON 



SOS MlMlon rtre«ti Bear Second 
d.10 EAGLES A WILD, Proprietor. 



MISS N. SCULLY, 

LADIES' 

FASHIONABLE HAIR DRESSER 

i« Has Removed to 
' 844 WASHINGTON ST., 
Four doors below Stockton stree 
Hairworh of all Descriptions made to order 
OnargeB moderate. jell 1m ( 




r, TEST -ey . 
onsulteda/ '■- 

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and Trance Medium— Can be eonsi 

in business or eiclcne is daily, from 10 a. . . 

ip, m. Spiritual Oirclea, Snoday, Xuesday sad 
Friday evenings, at 8 p. sl. at ber reeidenoe JJB8,*. 
O'Farrell street, near Mason. m 28-lm 



Bar Sugar 

TjtOR BAXE— SIS KEARNY ST8RBT, AT 
" HEBOER'S. . Also, every kind of Candies 
Wholesale and Re 1 iL 
noTtf H. A. MEBCEB. 



Lyon's Portable 
KITCHEN FURNACE, 

IN ITS ECONOMY OF OOAL AND STOV&, 
as a perfect cooker, broiler, toaeter. and flat- 
iron heater, ib a'necesaity to every housekeeper 
who wishes to fiave tbe stove and two-thirdo of 
the fuel it cooBumee. It is cheap— f2 50. Call and 
eeeir. at work, at Stombs A Millsr'B, plumbers, 
sas-nttere, tin, oopper and Hove store, opposite 
Majruire'a Opera House. C»7 Washington street, 
ISAAOfM. WAPD, Agent of the Paoiflo Ooaat 



Philadelphia Restaurant. 



OHAS. ▼. BERGOLD. FBOPBIETOR. 
OROI0EST MEATS AND J 



PHE 



, letaaaaaaV 

Vegetablee^_ Board by the weed. VJM^, 
" PINE STREET between Kearny ^>y^ 



40S a a 

and Moat?omerv. 



mii^ Itu- 



MILITARY GOODS 

....AVD. .. 

GOLD AND SILVER THEATRICAL 
TRIMMINGS, 

895 Montgomery street, B.a. Ha 
aUil 4 tf T. EOOGKBS JOHHSOB. 



EDWARD PEEL & CO.,. 

«E5 and 6(7 Washington street, 

HAVE OPENED A COOKING FSTABLISH- 
mecta'- this place for theperroseof prepar- 
ine BALI. bUPP£RS and LONCHEB FOR PIO- 
IVIOS AND SALOONS, on tbe mo=t reaionablo 
terms. Lunches delivered in any part cf the oily 
fr«e of charge. Tbe patronage of the saloons in 
tbe citf is respectfully solicited- jnvrjm 



GEORGE MAYES' 






andall kinds of SHELL FISH. 
t talis Noi. AO, 41, AS, California' 
Market, entrance on California street 

Public or private -parties and families supplied 
from 6 A.V. to 13 P. K. Ladies' and Gentlemen's 
Oitf/u Room open from 6 -uk. tol3i.at <sr271» 



1 




I SPIERS! WIO. 
ffUU AID UQOtM 



FURNISHED ROOIS ' 
•10 U Mo f*r Monti 

WEST END* TEL 



"*WM AH »K.i,t. 



X GRAND 

Festival and Fair 



CALIFORNIA TH1ATRI. 



T1«M IVMKl 



4UI.T « 






BENEVOLENT 



PROTECTIVE ORDER 







SEALS, 

WILL SB WtLD »T H 

CITY GARDENS, 

Sunday and Monday 

•TUT Z_ Y UO ct? 21st. 

■sxBKita or TBI 

Dramatic, Musical and Equestrian 
Profession 



• In.WrT tb.tr terrc. kDl ririK wi.b- 
M to roslnb.l. PiLaw pkAM Mod Ibdir r/cnwuif. 
' Ito 

A. W BARK, C. 8. O. 8. 

Ai Ik- !■■!— «•--. ITS Mertet Itr*. 
-OB TO— 

SHERIDAN CO'BYN.C.S. 

At.... 1.. ... W>*hlA«l«* atr«* 



' i« ■> in mm i, », ••«•■»! , w».«. m <4 

LORD DUNDREARY'S 

BROTHER SAM 

i h i mw ict or ruumit: 
THE HOW. IAK BLIXOBBT MR. BOTHER* 

■* JOIATrtt* ECaCBLOW . WAI.TIE LKAH 

«« T»iMiv»n . imnuuMi 

rmm ». u)»o 

.-»«p»i-. .« i:j riwgi 

iii».«r«mi ■ okoood 

»»• TKlUBOtH UMBELS. 

AUOB NISBANftll I.RAIIAM 

MARK EMMA 8I«Jl.rV 



BtrordAT Allernoon Joij 1 Jib >l 3 o'clock 

"ONLY BROTHER SAM MATINEE." 



MoDOtT July latb, will be prodnotd Bobsitcost Ixqaltlte Con dy 

"DAVID GARRICK," 

3E1.. S O "X- DE3C 3B IE*. X%T 

iUitiniDg his original part of 

DAVID OARRIC 



A. reprewntad br him for inr two hundred nighta ai the lUrmirkol Tbealrt, London, tod for Ninety til 
Digl.ta at WklUek't TbtAtro, New York. 



TO MY FRIENDS 

UAta «4 Owit, w »~T»r«k Ik. liH»m. 

««»ta.T of Mr Jofc. »J«-,||^ ,.4 dUw r- , 

■'■'* r. moa. I.. .1 UbirS 



to uti tmi 



Farewell Benefit 



-ASH - 



Last Appearanco 

WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON • JULY IB 



-AT THE- 



CALIFORNIA THEATRE. 

PAL, ACE OF TRUTH. 

With ■ h.Ri r.f Yo]ont*eri from all Ifct Ttcttre* 

ItiTilgiremo moch picture to moot you oo tiki 
odcastoD, and much piin to bid good by. 
Your Obvdient Servant 

OWEN MARLOWE. 



A«.mU«ion g] $& 

Rrki-rved Hta'i 5 g 

Tbe Bo* Sheet w.l) b* open at Gray's M-.ic Store at Ua 
O'clook Wedosiday moraine. 



CALIFORNIA INVENTION. 




—FOB— 

SEWING MACHINES, 

DENTISTS IHD JEWELLERS' LATHES, 

Tbii Invtntlop. can be applied to the opera' log 

of ell kinds ol Setting afacbln-a, D.nilBts 

sod i- wellera Letb*e Its simplicity ta 

ooly »<in»>r) lv lu duraniM'T, 

It ayold- Ih* tjm of tbe traaoV 

lr, which la an graceful 

sad tcjarloaj. 

SbP Application midebj the Agents for lb* 
Faein • Quest. 

SAWYER ft WHFDOIf, 

«3:i Washington Street. 



AZTEC PINOLE, 

made from parched corn. 
ooox> 

Asa regular article of food. 
Aa a diet for clyapepttrs, 
Aa a food for rlilldnu, 
As a retfalaior of the bowel*. 
Asa thfekenlnff f r - imp*, 
For breading cntlefs aad llsb, 
K«r the nie of mln> n, 
for the nae of prospectors. 
For the aea of bant- n, 
For the aae of ea tapers. 
For the tis«> of picnickers, 
For the aw of everybody. 
A 0OL**Blent lancb, always raadi at a 
autsMat's ootioe. 

A«k Tour Orotfr for It, 
EetsJl troatra aspplled by say wboleaaleer or 

b,lh * AZTEC COMPANY, 

SIS Sacraameata ■!*««•, Sua Franclaea. 

Jar7-lai ^^__^_^^_ 




T71T ^aJDJT jd r>, 

McDANIEL'S THEATRE 

CHBTKSNK. « lOMIJO. 

THREE GOOD VARIETY WOMEN 

aS-Talaai caln* Caai will flad It to their advan- 
tage before ISATlng California to oorreapood wltb 

J. MenAfflKX, 
■ft Look Bex Ho. 1, Obey suds, Wyeouog. 






R. F. 08BORN & CO., 

Importers and Dealt ra In 

Wagon Hardware 

751 MARKET STREET, 

WOULD CALL ATTRITION TO THR1R floe 
atoek ol BOLT 8, WASHKBK. NUTb. AXI.K8. 

(.niri .-.d Stlvtr HUB BAltOS, LAMl'h, ata 
TIl'3. rail aaaonmtot of MALEABLC. RIV- 
ETS, ale, 

— ALSO— 

Depot of Phlladelahla 

CARRIAGE AND TYRE BOLTS 



PRINTING 



Rooms 



Pacific Purchasing, 

DRAMATIC. MUSICAL, LECTURE. 
EQUESTRIAN AGENCY, 



AND 



"^V«sliine:ton - street. 



....KVBRY... 

Bntnrday Jh'veiiiiis:, 

AT EIOUT O'OLOCK 

AT THE OLD ORIGINAL 
RKD llnN 1« Ooarjr atreet. 
Wbnra jou c.r, Q.vn HOT AND 
OOLD DKINK-* of t*ie v«ry beat 
qialliy. Tbe 'O'd ttpori" ia al- 
Jwaya oo hard. DPopir 
DAVK MKNDKrt, Proprietar. 



OPERA HOUSE, 

SAN JOSE. 

Tbla Ibaatre will ba leaaad oo liberal t«rma for atz 
MODtba or by tbe year \a an rzuortcnond man*«or. 
hnimt-i rtqu'ras D>iabB»D0v from Nan Joae. Tbe 
bonaeeanooa be rented by tbonigbtor wiek on 
low lerma. 

SEATING CAPACITY 1,200. 
St. UBOnANlLA. Proprietor, 
SAN JOSS 



Liverpool and Great Western 

Steamship Company, 

CARRYING .THE tJ. t. MAIL. 

TICKETS SOLDlo INO FRO! 

TIVIRPOOL, QUKKNBTOWN.^^Wl. 
Lossonderry, Hasabonb. BrameB,2MaaaBBiai 
Havre, Parle, Sweden, Belkioan, Korway and all 
Knropaao cities. 

TbUOomaanr baa amuifeinSDte wltb tbeOoa- 
mtiBlonerof Emigration aod Railroad Oompaolee 
at New York, by which paieeagera saw promptly 
forwarded to tbe Paciflo Ooaat. 

For particular apply to 

1>. B. JAOttlOX, Ak-»Bt, 

mjSOlm Sas MoBtgaaery etraat* 




Attention, Good Livers! 



tanrant, haa taken tha manamment 
of botb the Miners' Ra»j anrant on^, 

Oorameroial atreet and tbe Hlnera'' 

Branch on Market atreet, in partnarahip nltu MR. 
A. DKAVKUR, who baa been oonneeted with ti.% 
Htm foryuara. Irr proTemantB have been made ta 
the onlBine dtptrtm*'. that will render tba HA> 
nnra' more popnlnr than It haa ever bo«n durlns 
tbe Ti yearaef tta proapartty. Onr Itilla of .Fara 
smt.— in all tbe delioaoiea of the aeanon. Oar 
motto la "Good Fere, Oood Cooking and Moderato 
Ourifa 11 

P. BEBOEI A CO. 

MINERS' RESTAURANT, 

' Sill and SS8 Oommerolal, bau . 

7 nt» Market atreet. 

On*n rora ?■ a.m. to 10 P.M. atiSl iti 



ALIFORNIA AND NEVADA 
VOLUNTEERS, 

HONORABLY DISCHARGED If OR ANY jj 
oaner-, at Drum Barrackn. or any other jaa 
place over 3'0 miles from place or enliatmani HA 
are entitled to additional Travel Pay. |Ti 

Apply to, llT 

J. R. ROBINSON. Iff 

je-18-lm Cao Montgomery btraet suav 



SPECIAL NOTICE TO I MISS AlINNiK aYAI.TON, 

Picnic and Ball Committees. | ...,vn«..., 

WE ARE PREPARED TO FURNISH I TWO MEW DKAMAN, 

BANI-.S and OK(JUEr>TBAS composed of r . „.„«..^ .« .„„„„, ---.- n ™-«t. »«- a nr 11 
the beat mnafoien* >n tbe State, unt'er oompe. \ U P«P« ea to * 00 «P f enragemonta for b or 12 
toot leaders, at fniTrAtca. I olgbta oommenolDff id July. 

■SrThe BnBlaeaBiarraDgemeDts of laramatlo or Musical Entertainments, FKTKS, PICNICS 
etc.. atteoded to. 

soy-All DDiinesc entrosted to ns will be executed with promptness; No ebarges made excep 
>.r.„l. M .clu.ll, <HI ,f. I ..d. .MB1DAK COBBTH * CO. 



THE OLD 

Hot Sopton, 

IS Mortu. Btr«<t. ae.r Krurny. 

All Drinks Ten Cents 

Hot Orlnkaa Specialty. 

THE BEST TOI MO JtBHY III TOWN. 

Always oa OIs tbe New York Herald, Harper*f 
Weekly, Frank Leslie's, Day's Doings. Police Oa 
tttte, all the Oalifornla papere, also London 
PanoD. Kail's Life, Illnttrsted London News. Oali 
and satisfy yonrseif. 

Bar- Don't forget the sin of tbe Rot Bootes. 

feT If W. 8. WALDRO.H. Proprietor. 



HARRY MYERS, 

Agent for Hltchlngs A Gray's Sobool Satchels 
lor uoj* and GlrlB, win oall at rusideooei. 



I>R. LEECHUNGEE, 

CELEBRATED 

Cliluowo Flxysilclau, 

XOir DUPONT STREET, 

Between Pacific and Jackaon Sts. 

Ciuui oil diaeoae. AaediiiA'.fi C^.:£'.l. t-i'i.Ua 



SANGER HALLE 

(BIKGBR'S BALL.) 
I* SXABT ST.. XIAB UABXI. 



K.O. bat the Cbolceit Brand, of Win.* 
aid l.lanor. o. h"A 

OtPOT WETAND A f ASCHl'S BAY BREWER1 

(.1) t ( 0HR18 FBLDHANV. 



Parisian House. 

BAN RAFAEL. 
ONE BLOOK FROM THE RAILROAD 

L. THORIN, Proprietor. 

FURNISHED ROOMS 

....AND.... 

IX estaurantr 

Plrat Quality of Wlaas. JLW- 
■ors and Clwars. 

BOARDERS .TAKING BY WIEK OR MONTH: 
my 27 In 



PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE. 

vmaiiLt CITt . MVABA. 

rHlg KLBOANT THF.ATRI HAS BEEN OS 
(Uoor.Ua, aod c*n bs reutfd br tb* Dlgbt 
>• th. »«k- fturj Aod l*«<»lln« oomwuUM 
(be'AlIr IT^iod with on »uplkAUoi)brtatt,r 



FOURTH OF JULY.. 

TTVlxlte Shirt* 
B*li-omoix» Shirt* 
Oalloo Shirt* 
Over elilrtBi 

Chooli Sllirts 
Under Shirts 

Aod All kind, of Farnl.hirt Good, And Ten. 
Article, It tbe ata.l B,tiBf.ot«rr pries,, ,c lb* OlrJ 
HUad.No. 3 Second Street. 

BENEDICT Ai CO. 



WANTED. 



Hanager and sole Proprietsr 
... to J. If. alrt'ABK. 

•SSO Waabinftoa e-ire* t. Ben f ranoiaj 



Or to 



A Leading man. Juvenile aod Comer] ian. Those 
Whocin make themeri'vea ganemlly ufttfnl and 
travel for a tare but low salary. Varltt; uleotaU 
so wanted. 

Addrefs, C. A. LEWIS 

LIVERMOPB, 

AUSlt-D.t UO , UAL. 



f< 



jyx car >*■* =*. C> J' 

1SE JOURNAL OT AHUSEMEWTS. 

published every Day to the ?•» by 

■£>. BOGARDX78 



538 Herehut and *«* Wewhloctcm «t« 

Below Montgomery, 8m Franc soo. 



TUESDAX* JDLY 8, 1873 



A Defence of Cain. 

In judgiog of Caia, look at the situation. 
Od the one band, terrible family myatory, 
co school, no churcheff; no lectures, no io- 
oiety, noamasjmeola, no applet! Undoubt- 
edly his brother bad an exasperating smile. 
He was bappy because be was virtuous. Bis 
tires needed ouly to be lighted, and the 
smoke was sure to a-csud with a satisfied, 
ooaddsot carl far intj tLe sky. Cain's, on 
the contrary, refused to burn. We oan bio 
it all. The smoke struggled and flopped. 
It crept along the ground, and cliogiog to 
his fest, wound about him like a serpent. 
Itgrewbl.ck and angry, shot sideways in 
his eyes, blindiug and ntrsngltug bim. And 
there stood Abel boa dj his pile, radiin', 
iiitisfltd, wauling to be an angel ! It was 
but the work of a moment. Tun pent-up, 
disorganizing iofluenco^ of a lifetime found 
rent in one wild moment of emotional u> 
aanity. Abel was no more. Why dwell 
upon the tragedy? The world is familiir 
with is ackening details. If Cain w^a not 
sane at the momeat of tbo killing, the stain 
of murder must be wiped from bid brow 
now and forever. This tardy justice m«y at 
least be done him. Oar chi'dren, and our 
children's coildreu must be taagbt to epeak 
of Ciin tie man-shu^hterer, C in the men- 
tally excitable, Cain the peculariy circum 
stanced. But Cain the murderer? Never 
A man's otvn testimODy sbaU not acquit nor 
convict him. But are we not to tako into 
aeoonnt, as indicative of this state of mind, 
actions and declarations coincident with the 
oommi-sion of the crime alleged againBt 
him ? If at, or about the time of tLe fatal 
dwl thera was positive evidancs of inco- 
herence— what then? Witness the last re- 
corded words of Ciin: "Every one tbat 
nadetu me shall slay me 1" Is this the ut- 
terance of a sane mind? "Every one tbat 
fiuddth me shall slay me?" Gentleman i 
Cain at tui> point was not only crazy, ho was 
the oreziest man tbat evor existed I We 
leave the question to the intelligence and 
the justice of this faithful and enlightened 
century. 



Kv»ryba«ly §m«kei 
Fred's Choie s. Are lor fifty cents. 3UBmhst. I 

McDowell, Show Card Writer 

Ready made and made to order. Boom 10- 

608 Market street, cor. Post and Montgomery o 



"When to see Sothtrn yon have be* n, 

Befera you tak<- yoor homeward journey, 

At "Spiers aad Ponu'o" saloon drop in 
On S, W. corner Bash and Kearny, 

Pars L.qicr-i these will win your thanks, 
Bettor* you!— for you must be weary 

With laughing at the "q.nip? and crank*," 

Of "Brother S»m" and 'Lord Dundreary. 1 



The New ~X o* li Pliotograph 
Gall, ry 
No. 25 Tnlrd Blreet, i§ again open, with lar_ 
ger lights, more room, and all thn latest im- 
provements in Instruments, Cabinet Bern 
brandtB only $4 per dozen; Card Bemembrants 
I r»m 12 to (3 per dozen. No OMoamen employ, 
ed. B. F.HOWLAND 7i. ■ 



TPot Wagon Hardware. 

Go to R. F. Oiborn & 3o'a. importers aad deal- 
•ra at 751 Market Htreet. Set advertisement. 6a 



Fred'i Choice 

la the flaest Havana bit cigar aold io the Stat* 
III Boah street, I 



Fourth rf July. 

Strangers. Lailea & GfB'leman. before you 
leave ihe city, visit the Carpet 4 Furniture 
Emporium of JOHN 0. BELL nearly opposite 
the Grand Hotel on Market at. alio folding 
Chairs, Camp Steels. Ths Weed Onp-.t 
Sweeper, A the ftneat astortmenta of Laoe 
Oartalns In the State. Ce, 



Five Hundred Mori Wanted 

Immediately. To send their washing to the 
What Cheer Laundry, 121 Leideedorff st. • 



Dont ReadThls, 

For if you do yon will spend all of your 
money buying yoar family dress-good', hos- 
ieries, table-do hi, children's outfits, etc., at 
the cheapest and most fashionable place In the 
city. Frledlander Jt Go's, No. 9 Third street* 
Nucleus Building: 3. B , 

■ 
Goo, Haaa.A Go. 

Ihe great Candy Emporium, 20 Kearny St, 
near Mtrkst. As 

Saiakeri aikfar Frea'a thalec 

The finest Qtvana bit slur on tbe Pacific G'jaat. 
at Fred. W. Searli. 311 Baab itrsas, between. Kear^ 
ay and Montgamsry atreets, i 



Public Accommodation. 

Washing left at the office before 8 *.. it., can 
be returned In the evening tf required; we 
never dlaappolntl What Ohear Laundry , 131 
Lelaeadorff street. • 

a»ratt*» Abolition OIL 

The People's Beanedy for all Ache* and Pains, 
Crygtal Sample Room*. 

Pratt's Abolition Oil 
Cures Bheumatlam and Neuralgia 3 

oad Cigar*, 

Saoit, yon always smoks good oigars, what brand 
do- you f e. and wbsre do ieu buy tbsm? 

JamtB. I'll LoU you. 1 smoke Fred'e Choic*. yon 
ombui them at Fred. W. Saarl'». ill Bnah sL I 



Tlie BeBt Uemedlea, 

Dr. Perry's Last Chance, for paw. Dr. Per. 
IT'S Webfoc Pills, for all bUions complaints. 
For sale by ah druggists. Afenoy, 417 Sansome 
street, cerner of Commercial . 



LETTEB FEOMJPHILADELPHIA 

[FBOM AN OCCASIONAL COaBESPONDENT. ] 

Phtladelpbu, June 27. 1S73. 
Dear Fioako:— Summer is now jubilant 
in all its savage heat. Excepting an occi 
sional perambulating trcuje, the dramat c 
star has set for the so.-. = &n, ai,d the actors 
are taking -their annual respite from stage 
service. 

THE WALNUT STREET TDEATBE, 

Under the shrewd management of Tboa. A- 
Hall, Esq., has done ihe largest busines 8 
ever known in this city. Soibern, NeiiaOD, 
Cusbmao, Ethel and Janautehek, played 
tremendous engagements. 

chables b. thobne, jb., 
Remained three weeks with profitable 
houses. 

THB TEMPEST 

Will form the re-opening ^programme on 
Augn6t 11th, with au effort to surpass its 
revival ia New Yuik. It safe to say that 

J.OTTA 

Will be the first regulsr "star," making her 
first apj-earaoea lu America after an ab- 
sence of two years in Europe. 

SWAMP AKQBL3 

CI a d tbe season, in which W. H. Bai'tley 
C-eadiog old man) did oue of the bes 
drunken sceues I have evor seeo. His com- 
Lcy i= very strong and rarely matched. 

THE LE4DING HEAVY 

Pjr: was rendertd|by a name familiar to 
San Franciscans. Ths hero of tLo play, 
"Henry Berry Lowry," was given by 

LEWIS MOB BISON. 

It wis a surprise tu thisactor's many admir- 
ers showing him possessed of more power 
t^an his, pievio-w efforts had called for. 
His msk«-np was picturesque and striking. 
Ho st^itad for Ban Franeisco oa the steam. 
or "Colon,"' and will be with you by July 
18. A legion of personal friends and ttou- 
ands of professional admirers will regr et 
his absence. He will ever be recognized as 
as a rare and cultured gentlemao; sb an 
actor be is original. H'B style is subdued, 
mellow and intense. Hg poesesoes much 
quet magnetism. There is nothing forced, 
stiltad, or methodical. Neither the stagi- 
ness of Booth, nor the eist-iron mannerism 
of Barrett. A natural and graceful im- 
pulse goycrns every action and word. 
While limited in volume, his voice is rich 
in tone. He neither rants, nor roars, nor 
pumps up his words a la ' op Lancers!" 
He has taken with him a be.utiful scciety 
play by J. A. B. Williams, Esq., entitled 
"Field and Fireside." Itruat that be wil 1 
receive a warm reopption, and be appreciat- 
ed for bis fall value which if he ie, will 
make him the greatest favorite tbat ever 
touched yonr golden shores. 

FBANK MAYO, 

I see, will shortly appear before you in 
Davy Crockett, from Murdoch's eloquent 
pen. Ton will he delighted with the soft 
picture of backwoods' life it so eloquently 
display?. It has a happy line, "Be Sure 
You're Bight, TheB Go Ahead!" You will 
hear a dialect something like a oambioa- 
tion of Proelor as Jibbenainosy, andChau- 
frau as Kit. I wonder who will be cist for 
Seth Hollers at the "California." The com- 
pany at the "Walnut" did not ooasider it a 
parallel case to the witches in "Macbeth." 
Rumor has it that Frank will travel next 
season with a den of live wolves, trained 
io auarl and yell at set cues. Mayo ia yet 
c rude as the hero, but looks every inch ■ 
poetic backwoodsman— for this fellow is 
like Cooper's 

"LO, THE P0OB INDIAN !" 

Nevertheless the play is beautiful in lan- 
guage, and in plot, and will be especially 
pleasing to the ladies. California^. 



i ure of interviewing one of these knowing 
beats the other day, and was intensely 
amused by the collected way in which he 
spoke of tbeseadoff he hid given a certain 
theatre in this city, tiinca then the real 
author hes- a^mittel having penned the 
lines," which f&ot, howsver. in do wise 
prevents bis honest friend from represent- 
ing the paper of bis choice. Justxtia. 

.*. ■ ■ - 

Fresh and Sweet. 

Fer tbe beat confection sry. r> to Oanfey and 
Warner's. 107 H«nt«omerT SL near Sutter. a 



Fraudulent Deadheads. 

Dear Figaro :— Newspapers are every day 
calling our attention to different frauds 
which are practiced oa an unsuspecting 
public, but they are, or appear to be, per- 
fectly oblivious of the various frauds prac- 
ticed on themselves and the managers of 
theatrical representations, etc., by well- 
dressed young men, who have the bappy 
cack of gaining admission to theatres, race 
courses, and in fret all public amusements, 
by representing that they belong to certain 
leading papers of tbe city. 

In order to test the truth of this state- 
ment, let one of tbe managers of tbe daily 
papers post himself near the door of one of 
our theatres and make keen use of both his 
bearing and seeing facalt e?. After the aud- 
ience have taken their places, it will not 
be long ere one of these gentlemen will 
saunter up, and with a smile and a nod to 
the doorkeeper, "who oan hardly be ex- 
pected to kuow all the reporters by sight," 
will walk in and take his s.-at. After a 
glanoe round, which conveys the i.'ea of 
great pswers of mental calculation, he will 
draw out a pencil, and ruu his all-ebserving 
eye down the programme, smile grimly, and 
then watch the performance with a cynical 
expression, only acquired by long practice. 
On leaving the theatre, he has always a word 
for anyone of the management, who may be 
standing about the lobby, and to whom he 
has probably obtained an introduction as 
one of the press. The deluded manager 
looks in the morning paper which this youth 
is supposed to represent, sees a carefully 
written criticism, "written by some other 
fellah," and thus forms an opinion of th's 
social humbug. One or two of the papers 
give permits to gentlemen whose criticisms 
are read with an eager and approving eye, 
but who are perfeotly guiltless of what they 
themselves herald as their owu. 

The writer of this article had the plea;- 



A great variety of Ties and Bows, all Etylep, 
Just received at the What Cheer Laundry, 121 
Leideedorff street • 



Pratt's Abolition on. 
Cures Lame Back and Paralysis. 



S-L 



Clatavotakt. — Madame uuu* Antonla, the 
Clairvoyant Physician and Independent Trance 
Medium. 333 Kearny btreet, bet. BuBh and Pine. 
Consultations in English, French and German. 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS, picnics, excursions, etc. 



PETES PEBNAKDKZ PETHE AGUIRRE 

FERNANDEZ & AGUIRRE, 
Faahlonabl e 

Shatters, 

No. 329 Kearny Street, 

BetBaahand PiaB, BAN FBAN01SOO 

Bats Made to Order and Renovtted 
jr7-lm 



Tahoe 
Billiard Hall 

CHAS. 8 STONE, Proprietor. 

No. 417 Kearny Street, 

Between Ca'lftraia aad Pine. 
This elegartt reaorr. ban In'.fly been eo!arp*d. and 
now contMcB ft new Buret tibiae. Tbe bsef. Ltqnora 
and Oiga<-s at tbe E\r. Fiye large Quel? f urnisoed 
room , for elTjbs and private parties ontbelrown 
term 8 And ralea. j 7-2 m 



DIVIDEND 



ICES. 



A. Pleasant Location. 

Penons desiring ccu'ortanle lodgings in a 
■>ntral location, ehoult. visit the Alhambra, 
and inspect the fine enlteacf rooms to let tier* 
Tne building is a vers fine one and U well 
Ugbted andvestllated. 4 



Or, Barlow J. Jstnitli 

Is giving a conrs of Free Lectares to Gentle- 
men on Sexaal Pnvviology and Nervond Die- 
tasea at Mr Hygelan Hall, 637 California street, 
avery Friday evening, commencing at 7J$ o'clock. 
i cart of the evening Is devoted to exansning 
and prescribing for patients.. Dr. Smith gives 
phrenological examinations In regard to health 
to invalids dally, from to a p u., free. w 



Dental Work. 

Fon finest QUitnre cr work, go to T. O. Je?- 
sup, dentist, cor. Sutt*r uid Montgomery, over 
Tucker's. s.tj 



PhotoftrEpnic Oatus. 

At one doller per dozen at the Peoples Art 
Gallery, 34 Third street between Stevenscn and 
Mission street. a 



Asa I_t. Waufta man's 

"Ohlgago Beer Depot," 628 Sacramanto street, 
between Montgomery and Kearny. The cele 
brated " Chicago Lager Beer," and the best of 
liquors. Dally lucob, with lob&ter salad and 
other delicacies, prepared by the epicurean 
George Butt, Beer, 10 cents. Regular Ger- 
man lnnches, caviar, Swles cheese and eand- 
wunee, served to order. To lunoh at Wanga- 
man's la the thing. 5-j 



Alexander the Great 

We have always believed In; his existence 
hli fame, and his exploitBari historical, (and 
par conBeqnenoc, we also believe In bis re- 
nowned steed Bucsphalut) but we never could 
have faith In that myth! :al, winged steed Pe* 
gtsuB till tba other day, on the Cliff House 
road we saw a team go by on the "wings of the 
wind" and now, there Is no limit to our credu- 
lity In what horaetl esh oan do, if tbe tteeds are 
suppliefl by Crittenden k DaHon, Turf Gallery 
Btftblca 209 Sutter Blreet. 



Everybody Stu ted. 

There Is no end to the multitude of f&shlone 
In hats. At " The" Eat Store, 647 Washington 
street (second hat store below Kearny), all these 
nrw styles can be found. The stock Is Immense 
—the prices are reasonable. Every one who 
goes there Is sure to be suited. s 



San Francisco Jewelry Manufactory. 

D. W. Laird, 610 Merchant etreet. Diamond 
Setting, Enameling. All kinds of repal'ln? 
done. Jewelry for sale. 4-p 



Folalon Oat. 

It is sow generally known that tbe active pricci- 
ple to which tbe effeots of POISON OAK are dne 
ia a violatile aoid called by chemists toxicodendrio- 
aoid. Itie, bowever, not bo well known that DICK- 
EY'S ORE ftlE DE LIS is not only the best avails 
able prevent itire, bnt will also, by its neatralfeing 
and soothing qualities, greatly relieve all distress- 
ing symptoms. 
Don't Pay Other People's D.-bts. 

But bay your furniture and Bedding for ca$h 
of J, A, Shaber & 03. 707 Market Street, who 
gives no one credit, so make no bad debts and 
therefore sell fer smaller profits, and less 
prices than any other dealers in San Francis 

00, T. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE 

£an Francisco Sayings Union, 

No. 532 Calif ,rMia Street, 
Corner of Webb 
FOR THE HALF YEAR ENDING Wil H 
30th ol Jnoo, 1S73, a dividend baa been <1 lulared at 
tbe rate of nine and atx tenths ; 3 6 10) per etc per 
annum od term deposits, and eight (8) per cent, 
per anoam on ordinary deposits, frae of Federal 
Tax, payable on andattir llto of July 873. 

By ord<r, LOTELL WHITE, 
ivl-2w Cashier 



DIVIDEND NOTICE 

German Saving and Loan Society. 

The Board of Direotorshave declared tbe divi- 
dend on deposit a tn tbe first half sear 1873, ending 
this date: Oa Term Depa&it'.at tha rata of nine 
asd alxtsnth per cent (9 6-IG) ppr annnm; on ordi- 
nary deposits at the rata of eight per cent (3) per 
anna to, free of Federal Tax, payable oo and after 
Jolyl5. BanFrnnoiaco. Jam 30t,h 1873. Byordtr 

irS^T GEO. LKTTE, Secretary 



GERTRUDE M. GREGORY 

— ofthb; — 
GUIEGORY TROUPE 

la reqaested to oommnnloats immediatnty with 
the aodersigned. By so doing the will hedr some- 
th'Oggrfat<y to h radvantige. 

J. EL McCABE, Tbeatvical.Acrent, 
j*19-lm 620 Wanhiogton Street, 



io crts. io cts. io ots. 

Per OUas for the Finest 

Wines and Liquors, 

and the Celebrated 

FREDERICKSBURG BEER, 

— IN— 

FRED. G. W£NT WORTH'S 
SAIjOO 3ST, 

601 KEARNY STREET, N. W. cor. S»o. 

je-19-tf. 



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0Y8TER GROTTO 

A clean and reapcotable Oy-'er 
House fitted up purposely for Ladies' 

428 FINE STREET, 

Above tbe California Market, between Kearny and 
Montgomery Streets. 

A. W. MANNING, Proprietor. 

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THE CUFF HOUSE! 

ROARtHG OCElN!~SURGiNG BREAKERS 
FOAMIftG SERF, MOflSTER SEA L ONS- 

AppetJzibg Breakfasts, Lunches. 
Dinners and £■ uppers. 

BRING TOUR WIFEl 

BRING TOUR PAM1LV: 

BRING TOUR LAIfT FRIENDS 

Andcnj»vaviaw of tbe fine?: OOEAN PANO- 

HiMA IN THE WORLD, all in tight of 

tbe world-ieaowned 

Golden Gate. 

With afleet of white meaeeogfr-i ecttring from 
•very part of the commervial world. 

s>-Sew Line Basses, connecting with Street 
Oars at Lone Moaotrin every 15 minutes hereafter 
for the Oliff House. jyl-tf 



S. F. and H. P. B.R. Co. 



CHANCE OF TIWIE. 

THE CHEAPEST ROUTE TO THE GEYSERS. 

ON ANT> AFTER JDNE 1. 1S73. THE S7BAH- 
or AhTELOPK.conneotingat Donann. T-and- 
mg witb the Sao Francisco A North Paoiflo Ball- 
road Company /or Oloverdale and all intermediate 
stations, will leave Saa Ftanciaco daily (Sondaya 
exerted), from I- rout street Wharf. at 2 :30 p.m. Re- 
tnrninff, the train will leave Cloverdale daily at 
6:0J o clock A u . toonecting at Donanne »ith the 
ale mer and arriving io San Fianolsoo at 11 :im ,i m. 
I he steamers and oars make close oonnsottoni 
with stages to and" from all points. 

SBHDAY EXCURSIONS~AT REDUCED RATES. 

Leave San Francisco at 8 A. V. every Sunday 
arriving at Oloverdale at 1 o'olook p.m. Returning 
will leave Oloverdal" at i o'clock, arriving in Siq 
tranciBOo at 7 o'oloc » This will allow exoar- 
aioaists several bonrs at am of tbe plaoeB along 
tbe line of the road- For all information apply at 
The Oomptiiy'a office, 4«0 Montgomery street. - 

Oc and after Jnne l&t, tbe Steamer will leavo 
San tranciBoo at 2 30, p.m.; the oats will leav# 
Oloverdale at 6 A. M. 

ap!8 PETFR DOWAHCTE. President. 



Badger'sCenlral Park, Oakland 



THESE BEAUTIFUL GARDENS ARK NOW 
open for tbe sua ion, and many of the moi 
popular 

Will bs beld tbere. Tbe attractions aro nnmer 
ons. SKAIING PAYILION, MUSEUM. GYM. 
HASIfJM. Skating free on week days. 

Admlnalnn f»g Cents 

OBILDRBlf IO OBNTS. apl7-tf 



PIPIi'AX 

This Tonic ia so Marvelous In its ef- 
fects tbat it is st) led throughout Eu- 
rope 

Magic Bitters! 

It Strengthens the nerves* JKeetores 
Youth nnd Uenlth! Glvei Ttgor to the 
Intellect, and Renewed Strength and Vl 
rlllty to the sired end Inflitn. 

SOLD EVERYWHERE. 



DR. JORDAN'S 

GREAT ANATOMICAL MUSEUM, 

And College of Medicine, 

10 000 .BEAUTIFUL AND LNSTRUOT- 

iy.'Vyy iveobieots to be seen. Qpen to the 
Pnblic DAY AND NIGHT, at EUfiEKS HALX 
8 18 Montgomery street. FOR MEN ONLT- 

■B>*DlL JOEDAS'8 PBTTATE OFTIOB lfl at SIX 

tfeary street (opposite old Mechanics' Pavilion). 



Af cer the Theatres are out 

Ton shonld not fail to go and try some excellent 
Eastern am Ohowder at the Hot Scotch, 336 
Bush Street, thsir liquors cannot bo excelled, the 
only Saloon where a good Tom and Jerry or Hot 
Punches' can be got. all d ricks plain or fancy 10 
cents, go thsre once and again yon will go. 



Corns, Bunions, Ingrowing Nails. 

A perfect cure warranted by Albert Schoen- 
wald, 127 Second street, ±-bi 



The White House. 
The White House Is thronged every afternoon 

with ladies, the majority of whom have come 
from a distance and conseqneatly mast need 
some refreshments. Do these ladlee know that 
directly opposite the White Hon se Is the White 
Hop e ErariUBAST. Tots Bestatrrant hasjoet 
been re-fitted and enlarged by Mr. Meyers, the 
proprietor, with a special view to the oomfort 
of ladles. He has taken great care to keep It 
■elect, and tne refreshments are first-olaag. *6w 



Free ofDanger, 

The latest sensation being worked op by the pa- 
pers is founded on a report that a gentleman be- 
came inoculated with disease by smoking a cigar 
mad* by a Chinaman. Thosswhodo hot wish to 
ran a similar riet oan avoid it by purehssing thsir 
oigars of n- Sntl iff at either ef his stores 330 end 
832 Kearay Street Mr. Sntl. 3 manages to sell ci- 
gars made by whiu men as cheap as others asli 
Chinese oigara. His sales are large and be iaoon- 
tent with a small preet.^ Though sixteen years in 
bnsinesa bs baa never ample red a Chinese eigar 
maker, from aonotentions oonvictions, and never 
intends to do so. Now let those who are in earnest 
m their opposition to Chinese oheap labor prove it 
by giving tbalr patronage to one who practically 
proves bis principles, and at tbe same time avoid 
the fate of tbe unfortunate gentleman who smoked 
a cigar which had been beslobbered by an unhealthy 
htaihea ' x 

W. B. 9kellaaberger, 439 Montgomery Street, 
Real Estate, Foxnlahed Houses and Boom', 
Select Boarding plaoee, rents collected. Furni- 
ture bought and =old. Ba Inees opportunities 



MORACHAN& LYNCH, 

DBALEBS IN 

OYSTERS, OLAMS and all ki__ _ 
of Shell Fish, Stall OS Oalitorniafl 
Mxrket. San Francisco. Open Day" 
and Night, f amiliea, PnbMo an1 Pri- 
vate Parttes, Hoteld, bhipping and 
Restanranti supplied. jtX-lm 



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OXVY C3r^.n.I3E33XrjS, 

Corner Twelfth and Folsom atresia. 

Sundiiy and Monday July A and? 

CRAND FESTIVAL 



SAN FRANCISCO CADETS 

Company H, Second Regiment, N.C-. 0., 

CAPTAIN 0. R. 8. McDONA D. COM- m 
in io dmg, prior to tbeir departure f>rG 
Washington, D. 0., when they win, «aob day, m 
at 3 o'clock, P. U„ sxscutt, for the ia>t times Uf 
in San Franoiseo, tbeir marvellous nltndfold ft 
Drill. 

The San Franoiseo Oadets will meet at their 
A roaory. Howard street, opposite New Montgom- 
ery, &t 10 o'olook on Sunday morning, 'ihe pro- 
oeasion wilt form on Howard street, opposite 
New Montgomery- 1> Citv Uardeua' Militiry 
Band. ?. Steubtn Gnard.Co. E. 2d Regt., Oapt. 
Ohas. Woohatz. 3. Hibernian Rifles, Oaptain 
Thomas Desmond f, Jntrez Guard, Captain 
Antonio de la Torre. 5. cian tTranoiaoo Oadsta, 
Oap'ain 0. E. S. McDonald. 



STEPHEN MAYBELL. 

Oo3oa.ocil«:ri: 

Parlies wirhiugtalent for oity or country oan 
eng g* the same by addressing a note to him at 
tola office. j°28-lm 



GERMAN PIANOS. 



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THE BEST AND THE OHEAP- 

at, bcuraubtta4ter A Oo., Agenta 

for the oelebrated Factories of 

. •afilntbner, in Leipzig, and Sohleip, 

Berlin. Ofllae. BlO OLAY S I'RKBT. ap38 



White & Eearns Combi- 
nation Troupe. 

In conseqaence of Messn. Whits A Kearns leav- 
iegfor the tfast this tronpe will be known hereaf- 
ter as tbe California Oomblon'ionTronne. 

4 hna Se »pp. Manager Pro Tern. 

Olub Room No. 260 Jessie Street. 



IT'S TTARD TIIVIDEISJ 

. . . . THEBEPUBE . . . . 

SAVE YOUR MONEY 

BY GOING TO 

THE PALACEOF FASHION 

ANOTHER KXOHEMENT ABOUT THE 
XX New 'tore, 17 Second street, opposite tbe 
Grand Hotel. Clothing of the lateBf and most 
fanbiooable styles roafe to o<-dBr. chfaper and 
better than at any ether house in the city. 

NOTE THE PRICES. 

Pants., .from $6 to $ I 2 per pair 
Suits .from $25 to $50" 

I in»ite the inspection of tbe OboioesfQoods io 
tbe market, 

A. MORRIS. 

No. If Second Street, 

jeHlm Oppoalte Grand Hotel. 



DRRENZS 

KERB 

SUTTliS., 



The ©real Tonic »sd Appcttner. W*v 
Sale Everywhere. t»j9 Jm 



J. C. COMBES, 

TERRAPIN LUNCH, 

Cor. Second and Tehama streets. 

•VTerraptn constantly on hand. 

Oysters in every at via. PBIVATB 

SUPPBR BOOMS ?r*R PABTIB8. 

dec SI 1m 



CANDIES. 

ALL KUTDo OB THE FINEST fOAJWT 
made at our Steam Candy Factory daily. Ail 
orders, especially from tbe country. ITS soIioiUd 
»rd will be promptly attended to. 

O AfiT Y A WAONBR. 
lOT Mon IwrniM? 3**— o*ftr Sct.t*" 



ALHAMBnA lodging house. 

VISKLY FUBVISHSD BOOMS, BDT- 

gle orJin sui t*. 
"Well X.larhi«4 »np^ Ventilated t 

_ Dnrnrnished'lloomfl'xo let. Leap ns with 
..Jtbont board. AT.RAMBSA BDLLDISO 
r BoobMrao*. *-vrM vf 



VARIETY TALENT WANTEO 

....rom ... 
THE -^r^a-HIETIBfil, 

PIOOHE NEVADA. 

Address, 

SAM'L NETJMAN. Bosinsss Mana«-sr, 
jell tf VARIETIES, Pioohe. Ifev. 



PIANOS 

....AND.... 

ORGANS. 



before purcbasict* elsewhere. Good bargainaj 
tobebaO. 

a. r.. bajscbopt a oo., 

j e 12 tf IcsiMarket street. 



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MOTEL. 






IUCKLETS un VARIETIES 



RIW AL1AVBEA TH1ATRP. 



BELLA UNION THEATRE 



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MAGUIIllD'S 



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Only VergnMo Variety Sho 



.CALIFORNIA MINSTRELS. 



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Id eat* FT O la f9 

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WHERECM TOO PINO* Bill UKETWS 



Billy Manning. Frank Moran&Robt. Fraaor «AUANorEM*LEMiNiT«L» 

i n the 1 1 orig < *nra. 



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l»«it iiwll ii Otto. 

k\h> rutin m rcHLAWD *^. L ... ............ mastkhbahnry 

ITE3L.T_JEBni OTJTDONID. 

nor miiia >nn u«mi». ii »nnr riAII hob* a 

The Renowned 13 A?I*1>J"I3Y. in his Champion Jig 



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Harry D.rar 

p>a Ml Wtlur 

CIO (VrlQalrlO. 



Tvaaacloi. » ' uafi Trick riolnmin^, Ttt« 

OLD WOMAN who Lived in the SHOE 

Scene I. — Regions of Dark Despair. 



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TWO DROMOIES. 





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To CV»4.al« wita 

Here She Goes and There She Goes 

Itorvos, P. ■•»>, Mtjrtimace. 0«u| sad Eeag Eoe 



Scene 2. —-Magic Change to Mother Goose's Village 

*r*01VX T^>1VI The piwr's Sor. A'teiwardg 01o 

M.liTrlY n « w 



PJp*r', 

ihs Old Woaso abi heed lo a iboe.sli- -"ltd. P«r 



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■V KLl'I el<era>erds Priaao ... 
WlXY I> I '-11 1RAD. so opE-r era t. lb* Till.** Baker 

■iw-riiPHBC»il 
H, -Hi s/reg ... MISS FANNY (J I B.I OS 

Tosiai J- "ill. tl llj. r*l»». B>bbf, Suf, Kitty, Lotty, Paooi. it;. ; children wbo l.rtd jb lbs Sboo, Villager*, Dimoci, etc 



...... '.V.Vlil'AHfhR UHaRli.N 

WIL1 l.\Mh 



mi-.* ponridA^ 
«h»*,*i>i*o nnrti HIM i 

ELIOiRl ) H.iUl5E MAX .. 

MR. KL»ttAlTT . 

LADY OP FASHIOJf 



CBAI.ACTEB8 IH THE TRICK BCEHEP; 

, I4H BlfKIT 

HASl-k J *. Mt-S 

D. J. SHHRWoon 

l-KO. KOSToR 

MISS SHERMAN 

■miF S.-Coa'ralls.aarr mm* Masle Starr. NOBRR 4. -Across the Coatlneat. SCKNK S.-Miim b . 

Ic .Sail nasi Rosrdtsi lloftM. NCE\E 6.— Garden. Pas de Deox by M'lle Marie Oarig-aln. sad 

Mas*, Herfslay. [ICKITK 7. -Lick Boair ml White House. ■OFK F 8. -Partite ttlrcet 

l>r Moaallcbt. aCKXE ».-Parlar at Mtk Boms, WTME IO.-A Fasalllar 

Ifcse. aCKBTR ll.-Vna IVrss Arrnif. SCEIVS 1».- Plato's Ilaaat. 

■CfiHE I3.-ORAKD BINrORlCAI, TABLEAl 

Washington Crossing: the Delaware. 



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(rumsof Munic ....Hhx l.niirs Brrros 

unii Niiusi 

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Jimm? Trnslovs rr»d Kltahl* 

d Bob 1 hinoD Jo bo Woodward 

Uaonsh Lod Dnon 



mines of APKWsiob. 

Adnlii'sn Pff On Is 

Dreas ( trrl* snd tire iratra 60 Oata 

Private B«xf- *» G» 



TBI MUULI. l.o UtAi.SU HUlAU. 

pacific house?;' iiatrr'i: 

OtTMPICHOUSE.'^r'ttT,';:- 

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A« the I X L.AUCTI3N '.TOttE, No. CIS an* C20 KRAH\Y SRREET, cor. Commercial. 



TRUNKS AND VALISES 

SUPERIOR, 0U8T0M-HADR (WORK: WAR- 
rs«.t#1 strong sod darsbla. si e-pttly rsdrosd. 
prloM. J. OOKI.t, TroDk-msbsr, 29J Montiomsry 
■ trsei, bfltwes*. Pios snd Haiti. I sc.dk tbo Ross 
BOOK. Twtki Kit pair* (J : Uovera Msdo. )n4 lm 



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ORGAN OF AMUSEMENTS 



Piogrammo of >il EaULUabtd 



Places of Amusement 



IN BAN FRANCISCO 



CIRCULATED EVERY DAY 



IMBTBK TIAIf 



bssii&ally 



THKOOGHODT THE (CM 



PACIFIC 

LAIVElPOEfER 

THIRD YEAR OF PUBLICATION. 



I88UED EVERY TUESDAY. 



Only Legal Journal Published West 
Of the Mississippi. 



Publishes all the California Supreme 
Court Reports. 



IT HAS RECEIVED TOE < OBDIAI. ENDORSE- 
MENT 0>* THE PROFESSION AS A 



RELIABLE AND INDISPENSABLE AID TO 
THE PRACTICAL Lf.WTEU. 



J. P. BOGARDUS, Publisher. 



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Tl , SOLK AOBST IK 

tlfthf - 1. ., 11 - < . ..of <D0 .bora oal»- 
br.t<-d Bill 11. H i.re|.ared to dral witO 

HerLibftnts hod Jobbe. a tbe mo., rrft.oo.blt 
irrmr. w M. B. JOHNSTON. 

inll In: K Clltorola Blrett. 



AKIKK HIJP. 

THEATRES ARE OUT 

GO TO TUB 

KOt SOOtOH, 

Mailer street. Bear kruru), 
AdiJ iry OD0 Of their 

Hot Stotob's or Tom & Jerry's 

All Drinks Ten Cents 

ml4 if JON. D. 8RIGGS. Propri.tor. 




. AIK1N 



Cores Rrrrni nod Chronic IU senses of the 
EYE, EAR, THROAT. LUMJ8 aod UKART-Cst*rrb, Doaf- 

D»B9,DUcharn6i from tbo Eoia. Weak or It flsmsd Eyos.Ooachs . 
Debilitr. Kpiicpur, N«araiKis, Rbeumoi.am, D>«p«pBia, Pilsa, 
Scrofoin, Dropsy, tto. 

AiiaUlt-s. married or aisglo, assured speoily, iafe care of 
lrrs»al»rl(,ip8. Pain, Su[iprvB»too. wsakneBB. Prolapsna, »to., 
Si-nlMy. Ovaiiao aod otter Dlanaaea ramodied. AVOID 
DRUGS. 

Cuocera, Tntnom, Wonn and Marks eklllfnlly remOTfld. 

aDrT All Uonfiasoilal Uaaes Paithfallv Attendea. 

Youths Hod Men. do matter what they've read or doo* 

irrd. can rely 00 tors remedy c>f dsiormlty, debility, or dia- 
ease weartas 00 ttodf aod mind. No qasohery oroeoeptloo. 
Best mesne known for rapid, easy oore (avoiding daogar, anf- 
ferlng, expoanre or loes of time) of obiUaata and special d.e< 



Call, or write your who. ••■ 
e*- Office SO* Krsmy street, N. E. Corner of California 
street, bso Francieoo, Oaf. Jeff* 







HVCI/S *T^fi^ 






For Wale— A. £ > lu.IIiJ«A•. 

Twsotp-twofeat loog by ton feet beam. Bails 
Anobor and Uha.n«— complete to every reepoot 
Well salted for A PLEASURE BOAT. Tbe craft 
leoearly new and will be sold at A GREAT BAR- 
GAIN. To oei'een at Meigg's Whsrf 

Aoply by letter or in person to "Obob." Fioabo 
OrncF, jo'/fijtw 



The Oreaffst Wonder in the 
World. 

A MERMAID! 
A REAL, ACTUAL, NATURAL 

TaeOrea'cst WrnnJ-r and !Vata>-nl Cn- 

rl-stiyoKhe Age. Seience Ma filed nod 

Theorists dnsifoandc'l. Its OJeaaa 

hue hetm estobilsbeJ bv naaaC 
learaed JViaturaXsts In ill's coun- 
try, Will neon Exhibition for a few 
osya only, at 

PLATT'S HALL. 

Tble Eveolag. 



EIGVHTY 
Single Outside Rooms, 

No. 1 Spring Beds and Hair Mattrassetv 

AT THE 

BRANCH HOUSE,. 

4*4 .NANKUMK NT2EET, COK. OUT, 



ITlfty C7«sxtaa per IVTisliT, 
And Lens by the Week. 



OPEN AIjIj NICrBr 

Apr-28 l>. J. SWELL, Proprietor. 



- 



PIONEER SHOE MANUFACTORY? 




the ;mo»t elegant custom wobk ih the orn 



Beers At JUaynard, 



ass Kearmy MaMat. 



on h ofBir 



TE V JOTTEWAX OF AMUSEKEHTB, 

.abed every Dar "» lb « Y> ** ^ 
j. £>. BOGARDTJ8 



S3* Mercbi*at and 58fi Ww»ll|to» .U 
Below Montgomery. »»» 'Jnce&co. 



TUESDAY HTLY 3, 1873 

AAUSJSXKNTS, Kte. 



C»llforn1» Theatre. 

Another lergs brilliant eodlsnoe enjoyed Both- 
ra'« excellent imptraonstlon of Sun last night. 
Bta.U lait'jrii bloods, and is utterly onlike Dan- 
drear/ With niadtik end Ions whisker*. In the 
toauot toim tberelenowaod tnon jast a tr ll ■ of 
resemblance sofflolent to remind tbe eadlenoeof 
the rslailonsbfp. A" wno blV0 " 0B Dandresiy 
should see Brother Sam." 
AUwmbre Ttteavtre. 

Bill/ Manama;, Frank Mann, Renj. OUrk, J. 
G. Roasell and others g>* a capital Aral part; 
Maxtor Barney appear* in "Airs from Dutcblaac/ 
nod in hi3 onaseplon jit lo tbe Interlude, and 
'-Heller OotJooe." by Bill; Manotrg and Ifrack 
Hsraa makes ibe audience roar with laogbter. 
Tbe apleadtd pmoaiimi of "The Old Woman 
Who Lived to ibe Sooe.'' with Robert Eraser a* 
Otowo end Bob Hart aa Pantaloon winds np this 
nob emertunment. 
Bell* Union Theatre. 

Aiwr a, bright flrat pait, Uies Lanra BerTon ap- 
pears in* Gams of Mos'o;" MlasLillie Harland la 
a faicj dance: Fr«d RitJbie ia oomia s icgs. Mlsi 
May Leslie, John Wcoderd sad otbera ia the ex- 
travaganza ot "The f arralLonaa," and otben io 
Tartoas epeoialtiea. Four piece* will h* plajel 
to-night 
Buckles'* Varieties. 

George 0. Thompson, Ntd Baakler, Frank Mor- 
timer. Harry Devoy, klfes Iris Fisk. M as Oiaade, 
Hagtaey Morton, Miss Blanche sad a host o* otb- 
era will eppaar to-nlgb» in a gnat bill. Buckley 
an J Dotoy make things Tery lively In tbe sketch 
* I oat his Tall off." 
Seals Fesliral. 

Among the Societies and artists who hsve pi- 
presoed their intention of participating in the 
performances on tbe oooaaioa ef the annual 
Festival and Fair of tbe Benevolent Protective 
Order of Seals, are she San Francisco Cadets 
The Original Orpbene Club. The Twelve. Oasaim 
and Frits— Miss Jennie Boocb, her firit appear- 
- anoe Is California- Bob Hart; Henry Lakes; R, 
W. Kenlsr; Mons Schmidt sad Mile. Therese; 
Geo. Hinckley; Lillie Harland; Mrs. Obas. Oor- 
iell; Jennie Jobnson; Fred Lister; Hudston Lls- 
too;Dan Lowry; B. W, Pi troy; Fred Ritchie; 
H. Robinson; Geo. O, Thompson; E. N. Thayer: 
Minnie Walton; J. 8. Torrenoe ; Willie Blame; 
Obas. Thompson and Jake Wallace. Contributions 
' for tbe Bazar and games are also coming in Bam. 
•en, and Taos. W. Bree bas presented a ailver- 
mennted banjo to be contested for by amat«D r 
b AD jo- play err. 

Woodward's Gardens. 

On Sunday there werelover 13,000 people at this 
beanUfal resort. The aquarian, ia an immense 
sacoee?. and everyone is going to see it. Hoots 
oan be pleasantly epoetin examining »tn thous- 
ands ef ooiiositios. 

Ajtatoxicax Mcsstju. — One of tbe moat 

on>»iet« eolleetione of the kind in tbe United 
States, compriBinn hundreds of oostly and beao- 
Uiul srsx models, Is daily on view (to gentlemen 
enly> steheMntetun on Montgomery street. Aa 
B >ur may be orofltsbly soeot here 



Pratt's Abolition OIL 

The People's Remedy for all Aches aodPaina. 
Crystal Samp 'e Rooms. 

eed Cigars. 

Soott, yon always smoke good cigars, what brand 
do yon smoke, and wbere do you bay tbem? 
Jsmee, I'll tell yon. 1 smoke Fred's Choice, yoa 
osn bay them at Fred. W. Searl'e. 311 Bush St. I 



The Last New E»onjr. 

Air— "Mutt o? Chandm.*' 
Emerson Oorville Is my name, 
Mr business always la the same; 
Eastern Oysters, snd Fancy Boaat, 
ReUshea tbeee, that my bonsa can boaat. 
Safely these Bivalves to ail X show, 
Obi biah oh! Oh! high oh! 
Nona who have been bnt again will go. 
Corvllle cays so! says sol 
O* Pis* Street, at No. 410, 
Remember the number and call again. 
Virions of Shell-nth In every style. 
Inwardly cause yoa much to smile. 
Ladles with escorts there always go. 
Ladles go! Ladies go! 
Emereoa Oorvlfle's polite) and so 
*4 They go! they go! they go! 



BemoTBl, 

Samuel Swift has removed from 116 to 113 
Post street. Sewing mscbicea rented and re- 
paired as usual, and sold oneaper than ever, i 

Bound Not to be Beat, 

Is O. Burkhardt's motto. Fine French Calf 
Boots made to trder Jicm J8 lr $10. A good 
and satisfaction guaranteed. Call at 6i0 Wash- 
ington street and be convinced, A full assort- 
ment of neatly-made goods always on hand, at 
prices to suit evtryone'g purse. 4 bi 

Everybody Suitea. 

There U no snd to the multitude of fashion* 
ia hate. At •• Thu" Bat Store, 647 Washington 
street (second hat store below Kearny), all these 
orw stylee can be found. The stock is immense 
—the prices are reasonable. Every one who 
goes there is sure to be suited. n 

San Francisco Jewelry Manufactory. 
D. W. Laird, 610 Merchant street. Diamond 
Betting, Enameling. All kinds of repairing 
done. Jewelry for sale. 4 .p 

FottlonOak. ~*~~ "" 

It is now generally known that tbe active nrie«i- 
Vie to which the effeots of POISON OiK «5 
is a rt -la tile acid called by ohemisto tomo^d«drie! 
aoid. It ia. however, notso well known that Dinn- 
JIY'S ORKMB DE LIS is not only .he best a^iu 
able prevent' .. bnt wiU also.by its nentraliaing 
and SMtniaa -alities. greatly relieve »11 diatee,-. 
iogsymptoms. 
Don't Pay Other People's Debts. 

But bny your fumltnrfrand Beddina for caah 
of J. A,ahaber&03, 707 Market Street, who 
gives no one creait, so make no bad debts and 
therefore sell for smaller profits, and lees 
prices than any other dealers In San Francis 
00, 



An Invalid. 

"Lame!" sighed Mrs. Partington. "Here 
I have been saflfcria' lb* bigamfei of death 
for tbre© moreftj Svecka. Fir=t I wa« seized 
with a bleedia' phrenology in tbe hamshire 
of tbe brain, which was exceoded by the 
stoppage of the left veati a or of tbe heart. 
This gave me inflammation of tho left boras, 
and now I am flick wilii the chloroform 
morboa. There ia no. blessin' like that of 
health, parlicolctrly when you're ill." 

Had him Ttaere. 

A gentleman who was rid ; ng in ft railroad 
car was asked by the conductor of the train 
to show his Uoket. "My face is my ticket," 
heanswerei. "Vary well," replied the con- 
d act or, "I am authorized by the ompaoy 
to punch all tickets. Bnt who are yon, any- 
way?" he added. "I am a director of this 
road, sir," returned the gentleman, "end 
am also authorized by the company to keep 
all c mduotore from knocking dovm,*' 



Remorse. 

We have heard of two carious cases of 
suieide, Toey were of men, and tbe cause 
of tho suicides was rsmOTseat having sol- 
dad their wivea. We need not aay thai the 
suicidiBta weie Frenchmen. 



Too r.nr... 

Ia Harrisbarg there is a fascinating 
wjnian who bas been married four limes 
within ten yeais, and there are at least a 
dozen men so anxious to get her that they 
have remained baoheiors, in tbe hope tb&t 
h^r last husband would follow in the foot- 
steps of hia illnBtr-'UB predecessor. Sure 
eaoush, a few weeksago the man died, and 
all these fellows began immediately to pre- 
pare for opening tte campaign against; tbe 
widow. One man, named Hyde, determined 
tj have the first chancer, so be jammed him- 
self into the widow's carriage on the way 
heme from the funerft'. Taking her hard 
and looking with tender glancasupon the 
handkerchiefs with whioh she sopped ber 
dntifol tears, be asked her to be his— to let 
him take tbe place of tbe dear departed, 
and to comfort her in her bereavement. The 
widow removed her handkerchief, blew her 
nose gently, and said, 

"Mr. Hyde, I should gladly consider jour 
offer, and perhaps I might hare accepted it, 
but yoa are too late; tbe minister proposed 
to me in tbe graveyard while you were lower- 
ing tbe coffin, and I said, Yes I But I tell yoa 
whatl will do; I'll give yoa the first cbasca 
after he die3!" 

Mr. Hyde said he would wait. 

«. . 

Oysters. 
En strolling round toe other nlgtri. 
To look at 'Frisco by gas light, 
our careless feet, by chance did stray 

To where a fountain's oeaeeless play 
Of sparkling waters, made a soieen 
Throngh which a sweet bouquet was seen ; 
While mossy atone and pearly shell. 
O'er whloh tbe waters softly fell. 
Made that window ffeem to be 
Rome fairy grotto of the sea, 

Stop," said my friend, "let's go in here— 
It looks ao nice— and try their cheer." 
"All right," I said, ''I mnst agree 
That this place suits me to a 'T.'" 
So sooner had we found a seat 
Than at our side a waiter nest 
Made his appearance, asked our wish- 
Bald they had almost any dleh 
That we might name. We found It true. 
And cooked Tnagnifiemtty, too; 
All kinds of oysters, juicy, fat. 
Cooked every style; Just think of that, 
And if your month dont water, then 
Ton're different from other men. 
They'd clamsand crabs and terrapins ; 
In fact, we found they had within 
That cosy place all bindsof game, 
rieh, flesh or fowl which we coxid name, 
While every dish was, I am sure, 
Prepared to tempt an epicure. 
The ladiss, too, have found, 'twould seem. 
That they have here the best Ice cream; 
So here they flock, the little sinners, 
To get what they call "such nice dinner?, " 
Whoever doubts this let rHtn rush 
To three hundred thirty-seven Bush, 
And there this truth he'll find made plain: 
Who goes there once will go again. 
Pacific Oyster Bouse, 337 Bush street, above 
Montgomery; open Day and Night. 

OHABLES HAAEE, Proprietor. 



fresh and Sweat. 

For tbs bset oonfecaosery, go to Oanty and 
Wagner's. 107 Montgomery St. near Sattec a 



A great variety of Ties and Bows, all styles, 
Just received at the What Cheer Laundry, 121 
Leldeederff street- • 

CXAXBtorairz.— Madame mare Antonla, the 

Clairvoyant PhysictaQ and Independent Trance 
Medium. 938 Kearny street, ber. Bush and Pine. 
Consultations In English. French and German. 



Good Kews. 

My customers and the public ere notified 
th at the openlne of Montgomery Avenue will 
not necessitate my removal, but that I still 
keep the largest, best assorted and cheapest 
ttock of men and boys clothing is the city 

Also great bargains In gent's furnishing goods 
trunks, valises, ha's etc,. Call before pruchas- 
ng. H. Peyser, 7 19 Montgomery street, first 
store north of Washington 6l. 



Pratt's Abolition Oil 

Oures Rheumatism and Neuralgia 3 

After trie Theatres tare oxi t 

Ton should not fall to go and try some excellent 
Eastern C am Chowder at tbs Hot Scotch, 336 
Bnsh Street, their liqnors cannot be exoeUtd, the 
only Saloon wbere a good Tom and Jerry or Hot 
Puaohes oao bo got, all drinks plain orfanoylv 
oants. go there ones and again you will go. 



Corns, Bunions, Ingrowing Nails. 

A perfect cure warranted by Alt) art Schoen. 
wald, 127 Seoond street. 4.B1 



Twenty Thousand 

Papar Collars, all styles, for sale cheap at the 
What Ohear Laundry, office 121 Leidesdorffat. 



Do Wot Buffer lrom Corns, 

Tbe unfortunate sufferers from Osms.Bnu- 
1 on*. Club and Ingrowing Nails, can And Instant 
relief by applying at Dr. a. fl. Cowan"* Insti- 
tute, aio Kearny street, from 1 to « r Jt We 
■***k from experience, having te-ted the Doc 
tar's capability. Betorenoee gives Ureqnireu, h 



A Saint. 

A philosopher says: 'The way of the 

world is to praise desd sainta and persecute 
lifiog ones." Just so. There's a man we 
kaow who is the nearest approach to as dot 
of aDy man living. He tays so, and be 
onght t) know. He's a married mao. He's 
also a father. Last week be gotdrank.klek- 
.ed.hu wife out of tbe bouss. and beat hia. 
in until t'.e neighbors had to go to 
their protection. Now, io omsequenca of 
this little exuberance of temper, bin wife 
has returned to her lather, and bia cbildten 
won't go near him. He thinks himself a per- 
secuted saint, and we think ne'e about right, 
although we nerer did hear of a saint that 
liked Bonrbon. 

Easily Told. 

An excellent way to sfop your wife from 
hinting that Mrs. Jones's husband is about 
taking her to tbe seiside for the Summer is 
to tell her .that it'll give you pleasure to 
imitsts Mr. Jones, if she'll- only iufjrm 
you where the money it to csme from. 
Mx. Andrew Dubois said tiiis- to bia wife 
last weak. She told bim. "Give up the 
supper parties that you treat those ballst 
girls to, aod you'il ba*e tho money*" 
Mr. DabDis's wife goes to the teitiie on 
Monday, 



Promlsinar Touths. . 

A veteran observer hiving ask-jd what 
"bscomes of all the men who in youth ex- 
hibit high talent) and give promise of a 
bright future?" tbe 8t, Louts Democrat re- 
plies "Although the question is not put to 
us individually, yet we tike tbe liberty of 
replying that they may be seen enveloped in 
white aprons, and squinting from behind 
diamond clutters as bartenders. Their 
voicas that onoa gave evidence of Ciceroni* 
t :l«nt are now heard ret ailing vitreous pas- 
try — or 'glass pudin.' Tbey command canal 
boats and streetcar's, and occasionally, one, 
with more ambition than the others, be- 
comes a manufacturer of root beer and other 
pleasant and refreshing Summer drinks.' 



Lady Bnrdett Oontta owns Marte Antoi- 
nette's ti&rs. 

Young Walworth is a capital base-ball 
player: "Prisoner's base" mast henceforth 
be his game. 

Don't give your baby radishes; nor even 
stewed tomatoes. 

Tbe average American ia, five feet, seven 
and a ha'f inches. 



Woman's ftlfflits. 

One would think that it was one of woman's 
rlghte to enjoy as good a dinner as a man, and 
pay the same price for it. Nearly all the res- 
taurants "for ladles and gentlemen" in San 
Francisco have poorer fare than those where 
gentlemen only diue. These re am exception. 
At the Piobeeu Bssucbakt, on Washington 
street, at the corner of Dunbar Alley, ladles can 
gee an excellent breakfast, dinner Or lunch, at 
a reasonable price. Henry BoekeD, eslabllshed 
since 1840, provides every inxnry the market 
aftords. Both ladles and gentlemen find there 
dishes to please tne most enicuresn taste. * 



Dr. Doherty 

Has devoted his study more parQeulaily to 
ohxonio and speolho practice, and >s such ta 
now the most successful of any Physician in 
San Francisco. Omce 519. Baoramento street, 
eornerof Leldesdorfi, a few doors celow Whit 

Ohser House. x 

White Labor Only ! 

Employed by tbe What Cheer L-.ua dry, 121 
Leldesdotff street • 



[>a.clles "Vlnltlxisz- Ctrds. 

Written, engraved or printed by Jobh P. 
Dwxsb, 136 Sutter street, opposite Lick Borne, 
and at the Grand Hotel. W. B.— Bjjtdeiii- 

OHXBrs KEATLY MASKED. PXKMAKemr Of OVerT 

description to order. e 

Pratt's Abolition Oil 

Oaree Stiff Joints, Sprains and Bruises. 3-l 

The Crystal, alive to the wants of the com- 
munity, has imported direct, Bxfwaud's cele- 
brated Scotch Whisht, whloh all true lovers 
of good liquors will sample if wise, Brlody k 
Dunne, proprietor?, 63S Saoramento street, be* 
ween Montgomery and Sansome. S-c 

Fmltand Confectionery, 

For tae very finest Fruit and Confectiontry 
•go to O. Wier's Fruit Baxaar, ocrner of Stock- 
ton and Clay Streets. Fine stock or cigars 
and Tobacco. _^ *6w. 

8am Mooro, 

Formerly of Bass House Carriages, can be 
onnd In front ef Coleman Bros, clothing es- 
ebtishraenr, southwest corner bush asd Mont- 
gomery sts,, or Dexter Stables. Oarrlase orders 
1 sit at either place promptly attended to day 
or night, at reduced rates. pq 

Star Shirts ana Collars. 

All sorts and sizes, for sals obeap, at the 
What Cheer Laundry, 131 Leldesdorff et, • 
Pratt's Abolition OIL 
Oures Lame Back and Paralysis. 34 

We get no business from Chinese, and we 
employ none to do our work, at the What Cheer 
Laundry Office , 121 Leldesdo rff street • 
What all Ladles »re srond ot. 

Ladles ars fond of whatever is elegant and 
luxurious all the world over, snd nothing ap- 
peals so strongly to their dominant passion in 
that respect as a handsome carriage, with 6ty. 
Ush appointments and spirited bories. It is 
not to be wondered at, therefore, that a lady's 
envy Is excited at seeing a mere wealthy mem- 
ber of her sex In a beautiful ClArenoe, or other 
fashionable vehicle, with a proud, da*hlng 
team. It is important to know thai the Occi- 
dental Cariages, whioh are tecond to none in 
elegance, may be used by auj lady in the etty 
at any hour for any length of time ehe may 
desire. This virtually places those who engage 
them on an equal rooting with the u,oei fortu- 
nate of their sex, and social haiaiony is there 
by established, Orders for these favorite car- 
riages may Deleft at the Occidental Hotel, or 
at Bouton k Son's stables, No. 1016 Stockton 
street. - 



When Lord Eidoa brought ia his bill for 
restraining the liberty of the press, a mem- 
ber moved as an additional clause that all 
anonymous works should have tbe name of 
the author printed on tbe title page. 

A Liverpool pipsr speaks of "Artemns 
Ward Beeohor, the great A merit in humor- 
ist." 



S.F. BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

BootceeUers and 4tarloB«rm, ' .» * 

EL H. Moore, 609 JHooutomtiry, near Mi'-abAaL 
ilnAluea* Coiletfea, 

Heald'e, Brjaot * Strattom OoUege, :4 Poet a treat 

Batchers. 
Kate, Fred, Btalla M to M0. OatlroraLa- Marks!, 

Dentists, 
H. F. Pope, 6 Montgomery Street. 

-Emptor meat Ontce. 
Chinese Smplotmeot Co.— Pierce A. Co., 627 Sao- 
ramento street. 

French rnncy OoSofla. 
Looan A Co., 19 Montpom^ry, lftl and 104 Butter, 

Hah* tjen-relr-r. 
H. A. Oalleuder, manutaotnier, 62 Second street 

Hoowa Hals-* 
Sampson, A. B. A Co.. 110 Second street. 

Searcher of Records. 
O. V. Gillespie. 611 Washington a treet. 

Stiver Prize Dreii Fitting. 
Hme. Brosse, No. 34 Third street 

Watches ana- Jewelry. 
H. A. Oallender 62 Second treat. 

Whitenem and Paper Hoccera. 
A.W. WbeldeD, ;22 Gearj-etreet. 

Wlnei a.>d Lt<iaor«. < Wooleaale.J 
Danert P. A Co.. W4 Front 




FIGARO 



Ul bUB lUMllFD, 1IDVHI1UK 

aod publio resorts generaUj, 



?' "_" M ^ '*'g*»a»a3sa«swssasaBs»tfcg-asfti 

HALE'S 



YELLOW 
DOCK 

IODIDE of POTASS 

rniu best sPKisro KEuicin 

Id uie. Pnrlflei Che BIocmI of all 
morbid, eorrcpt and loipore matter. 
Care. Hbcnmalltm and llercnrla! Palnn. 
Sold by oil BrovclrU. 



ASEIOT, 417 SASSOMI STSEET. 

SOLE AG RNT p. FOR 

DR. PICKT'I LAST CHiVCC asd 
»B. PKams WBUFOOT FILLS. ' 



FIGARO 

CIRCULATES IN THE BEST BOOtETY, IS 
placed in tbe her, Is of nearly all who oome 
to tbe 01 ty to make port ^ses, aud is therefore the 
beat of ad vertiai ng media . \. 



, ,r-V, a*V,r . 

FIGARO 

TIBODLATES AS HODSE PROGRASiMJi IN 
J every Theatre in San Francisco. 



lava a 



FIGARO 

IS DISTRIBUTED EVER*? DAY THROUGH] 
out tbe centre of the oily, in all Hotels. Bse> 
taurants. Saloons, Stores and Offices. 



FIGARO 

£8 OTJROULATED EVERF DAT ON THE 
Oakland fcerryBoats to catch the passengers 
hat arrive by thegreat Orerland Traiu. 



FIGARO 

[B MAILED EVERY DAY TO ALL THE 
prLnolpal hotels ia Oalifornia, Nevada and 
Oregon— the papers left in the thea tre s ataisjat 
be in g g a thsred up and saved for that parpose. 



POSTERS, 

Programme,, and all und, of Printiog for 

SHOW, LEOriBE. COHOIBT, THt. 

ATK3 sad CII1CTJ8 UAN.ICH18, 

AT LOW BATES, BY 

3B. If*, sterett 

S8S CAT STREET. mal 



THOMAS W. BREE. 
BiriTTEXl FXJA.TBR 

S* UABTLTFAUTUBBBl 



^T OBUSSjJBillJOS, 

OTREB aCXTSIC AI. nfSTBPMEWTS. 

ESTABIJSEED IN 18SS. 

m>-L*MonB ffirsn oo tbe BAnto and Dram. SAS 
MISSION STREET, between tint and Seoond. 

N. B.— Fimvtoned Silver Solo Eanjoe for Pro- 
eBrionA] alware 00 hand . jalA If 



FREE AND EASY. 

■ TEH IATIIBAY NIOHT 



Piano and 



id Slrglne at S P.ai. 



CHARING 



+ 



SALOON 



•as /Mission street, near Second 
delO EAGLES A WILD, Proprietors 



MISS N. SCULLY, 

LADIES' 

FASHIONABLE HAIR DRESSER 

Has RetEoved to 
' 814 WASHINGTON ST., 

Four doors below Stockton aires 
Hairwork of all Descriptions made to order 
Charges moderate. jell Im '_ 




MBS. HGGERT. CLAIRVOYANT. TEST *% * 
aud Trance Medium— Can boeonsnlted./J. 
ta business or atoknesB daily, from 10 a. SI. to *• 
i P. il Spiritual Circles, oouday^ 'laesday sad 
Friday evenings, atBp.M.. at be* restdSD ~ "- 
O'Farrell street, near atason. 



Bar Sugar 

DOB 8ALE-C18 EKABNY STSEET, AT 
" HEBOER'S. _ AJeo. even kind of Oandla. 
Wboleaale and B«t iL 
no7t< M. A. HEBOBBt. 



Lyon's Portable 
KITCHEN FURNACE, 

IN ITS ECONOMY OF COAL AND STOVE, 
as a parfeot cooker, broiler, toaster, and flat- 
iron heater, is a necessity to every housekeeper 
who wishes to save the stove and two-thirds of 
tha fuel it consumes. It ie obeap— S"2 50. Call and 
aee it at work, at Stombs A Miller's, plumbers, 

fas-fitters, tin, copper and stove store, opposite 
lagaire's Op*ra House, CM Washington street 
ISAAOtM. WA*D. Agent of the Pacific CoasA* 
She trade eopplied. ' JO.6 Ian 



Philadelphia Restaurant. 

OHAS. V. BKRGOLD, PROPRIETOR, 



''HK OHOIOEST MEATS AND 



and Koatcomsr* 



*± 



MILITARY COODS 

....AJTD. .. 

GOLD AND SILVER THEATRIC*! 
TRIMfulNGS, 

a*5 nCoutsjontery street, Keom Ko 
tnblttf T. RODGERB JOHNSOBT. 



EDWARD PEEL «t CO.. 

68S anA ««T l^auhlnston street. 



HAVE OPENED A COOKING ESTABLI8H- 
meitat 

Ids BALI. bD _- 

M06 AND SALOONS, on tbe moft reseonable 



— meLtat this place for tbe parrjose of prepar- 
inc BALI. bUPPKRS and LUNCHES FOR PIO- 



tetnss, Lnncbes delivered in any part of tbe oity 
free of charge. Tbe patronage of tbs saloons ia 

the oity is reapectfalJF solicited. jnTfljn 



GEORGE MATES* 

DEALER IN OYSTERS, OLAMS 
andall kinds of SHELL FISH. 1 
StalUNos. AO, 41, AS, CaUfomia i 

Ifarkst, entrance on Oslifornls street. * 

Pabllo or private parties add f 



^wV^saenSj 

. from e a-n. to U t." at. lAtdlse' aad GeotUnM*s 
Oysier Boosa opsn froaa « ajt- to 12 r M 4aa7br 



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J ^) ! FURI1SUC0 ft 00 IS 

110 U ISO t-r Month 

' WEST Eh 



GRAND 



CALIFORNIA THBATR1. 



txsxst • 



Festival and Fair 

BENEVOLENT 

?i£i PROACTIVE ORDER 

r 

SEALS, 

-.18 

CITY GARDENS, 
Sunday and Monday 

Miami* or THE 

Oraniaric, Musical and Equestrian 
Profession 






LORD DUNDREARY'S 

BROTHER SAMC 



THE HO*. UK BLIMOHHT 

m JtllTailll'lHUt 

■• tthm«j.» 

nrria 
nap n.n ». 
T«i».i««r.' r"i 
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MR. aOTHCRM 

Wll.TUR iMum 

. ..J o MHIUM 

.». LUKU 

r .i riuiiw 
H i > at.no n 

...■■IBS HKl KV TttAI^T 

maitmiii Duma 

(MM. STAllLir 



TO MY FRIENDS 

!*■(.• an.1 ton u»»m Tl.: n, i ,n4 

• .of Mr. J>h- 
M.mU.i ..fib.Dtu.au. lT.fi.aioe. lam at I.lbtrt, 
NltJMMl 

Farewell Benefit 



Last Appearance 



Sot'irdaT Alt^noon. Jalt l«h at 1 o'-lva 



"ONLY BEOTHER SAM MATINEE. ' 



*' wiat- 
Pilaoa paa»ia imd Ux r iiaaiai- 



IMaMifl 

A. W BARK, C. 8. O. 8. 

At Ik* E,««sjc amowen. 7T» Mar-M Eire* 

—OB TO— 
SHERIDAN CO'BYN.C.S. 

»—m le. St* W«>hi« ( t«i> Stree 



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■fonder Joi* luh, vin bi pr dacal B-ibertm ■ riqnalts Comedy 

DAVID GARRICK, 

.S O "X- 3E3E 3E 3FI. XV 



JJ 



DAVI 



lUtiiniEg his oriental put of 

GAR] 



IC 



A» raprea90t*d by him for orer two hundred nights at the Haymarket Theatre, London; and for Ninety six 
nights at WatlaokVTaeatre, New York. 



WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON - JULY 1 6 

-AT TUB- 

CALIFORNIA THEATRE. 

PALACE OF TRUTH, 

With a hast of Volaatoera from all the Theatre* 

It will gird mo much pleamre to meat you on that 
oocaalon, and much pain to bid gocd or. 
Tour Obedient Servant 

OWEN MARLOWE. 



Admleslon fi i « 

Reserved grate 50 

TfaeBoxBbeet will be open at Qrar'e Mane Store at ten 
O'clock Wtiioetdar moralng. 



gw* '* 



CALIFORNIA INVENTION. 

<3 (V % > 






M 

-»OB- 

8EWINC MACHINES, 

OEITISTS INO JEWELLERS' LATHES, 

Tola lartottoa can be applied to the operating 

of all klada oi Sewing Machln-a. Dtntiata' 

eat J*welleee Latbfe In ■leupM-ity n 

oaij iqne'ea ly lie durability; 

It avoid* th» a*e of the tread- 

ls which 1* ungraceful — s 

and iojorloai. 

W Application nitae by the Ageota for the 
PaeaAo Ooatt. 

SAWYER * WHEDOIf, 

033 vFaeMnfTtoN Street. 



AZTEC PINOLE, 

MADE FROM PABOHED OOBN, 

GOOD 
Aa a r«£ular article of food. 
. Aa a dint far ayepeptlee, 
I A* a food for children, 

Aa * r*»tgw leuor of the boweli, 
I Aaa tMokentngr *'* »onpe, 
I For breadlagf eatle le and flab, 
i P«rth« mm ofnlnrn, 
I For the ■>•• of prospector*, 
| For the ne* •rhomt* re. 
Ear the nee ef e* nap* re, 
Fortheeue ef ptenrcltera. 
For the nee of every body. 
A eoLTealeat lonoh, elware teedf at ■ 
Wnt'l BOtloe. 

A.*lt loir 8ro«»r for It, 
Beteil craoereeoppUed by aay wholeaalett or 
tWUl * AITEC COMPANY, 
Silt SecraneeUMtrett* »«a f raitbre, 
jeTI'lm 



T7E7- ANTB J3 • 

M^SIeS THEATRE 

. oMTim, wtohiis. 

THRtt GOOD VARIETY WOIER 

a«il\ht«'«0lt Im4 will bid it to th.ir aarw- 
WaWwUMlw OaUt«i«U to aaiF.a> m a wttti 
«. ■alAIIIL, 

Look Boi ».. 1. n«a»«,«»alal. 




R. F.OSBORN&CO., 

lanporiera and Dealere in 

Wagon Hardware 

761 MARKET STREET, 

WOULD CALL ATTRITION TO THR1R fla. 
• toek of BOLTS, «A8HFJ-». NUTH. AXLKD. 
Gold a'.d BUT. r HUB BARDS, LAM l». AC<\ 
TIPS, roll aM0tta.nt ol HALEaBLE, Etv. 
ITS, ate, 

— 1LSO— 

D.pot of Phlladolphlia 

CARRIAGE AND TYRE BOLTS 

laJMir 



Pacific Purchasing, 

PRINTING DRAMATIC. MUSICAL, LECTURE. AND 

EQUESTRIAN AGENCY, 

Rooms lO and IT CV-20 WaMhinfflon Ntreet. 



....EVERT... 

Saturday Evoning:, 

AT EIOUT O'CLOCK. 

AT THE OLD OBIOTWAL 
BRD LIitN.lO Go*ry strost. 
*b«r« roa ein b>**> HOT AND 
OOLD DRINKS of trt" rsry h<M 
<inelttr. Tbe "0<d tipori" U &!■ 
«r»in on bkod. Drop In. 
DAVE MKNDK6. Proprietor. 




OPERA HOUSE, 

_f3AN JOSB. 

Tbie tbeetre will b* leesed onlibiral t«rmi for six 
raontba or by tha j*»r io so ozoerierioed ma.ii.vrer, 
boat oa-e raqa>rJnc sir absaaee from h«o Joea The 
taoaaa <md eow be rented b» theolfbtor w.ak on 
low term a. 

SBA TING CAPACITY 1,300. 
O. BBOHASKA, Proprietor. 
SAN JOSS 



Liverpool and Great Western 

Steamship Company, 

CARRYING THE U. 8. MAIL. 

TICKETS SOLlTtO AND FROM 

T 1VKRPOOL. QUEENSTOWN. ^*gf», 
-^ Losdoodarry, Hftmborcb, Bnman, SaaanawaK 
Hene, Parle, Sweden, B«lfiam, Norway *o<l e) 1 
C a rope an ottlee. 

TbUOompany bee amu.gan.anU with the Oom- 
tDlaaloeerof BmlgratloB and Bailrocd -Ootnpeniae 
at New York, by which peeaeegea are promptly 
forwarded to tbe Pacific OomL 

For partionlara apply to 

». H. aACEIOE. Aar»nt. 

mjMlm B«w Mo.lgoWMTy etroet. 




Tahoe 
Billiard Hall 

OHAB. S STONE, Proprietor. 

No. 4 1 7 Kearny Street, 

Between Oaliforoie end Pine. 
Thiaelegent reaor*. baa l»Mily been entargod, end 
eow oonteioa 3 new Berel tablea. Tbe bsat. Liqnore 
and nigaraattbe B<r. give largaSnoly faralahed 
roome, for olobt end ptiTAte partial ootbalrowo 
terme and ratea. jt>7-3m 



8PEtI.lL NOTICE TO 

Picnic and Ball Committees. 

WE ARE PREPAKED TO FDRNTSH 
BANL'H and ORUrfKt* 1UA8 QOmpOsed of 
t.be beat maeioiaaa io tbe Stat", nor*«r oompo- 
tont leadere, at fairretee. 

■Br'Tbe BoaiDfae'erreDsemeots of DramUio or Mutioal Batertsloments, 7BTES, PIOTIOB 

ete., attended to. 

aar*A)I bnalnoia entrusted to na will be executed with promptneeg: No abarges made etoep 

(or aerrioee actaallt performed. n. ^ ———«■—«, *. .nn 

inEEIUASf CORBTJT dtt CO. 



HUB MINrVIF WALTON. 



TWO NEW DBAMAS, 

la prepared to eocept eog%gemente for fi or 19 
□iabta oominenoing to July. 



Attention, (jlood Livers! 

Vf R. P. BBROBB. FORMERLY 
iTl nropriatorof tbe Hlo«ra* Ree- 

taarmnt. baa Uken the m>Bi«»m'Dt 
ef both the Minora' Roaieorent oe^ 

Oommerolel atreet end tbe Klnere'* 

Braooh oo Market atreet. in partnarabip with HK. 
4. DRAYEUR, who baa bwo connected with the 
Arm lor years. iDaprovenaeotehaTe been made he ' 
the oolefne departmaL that will render the Mi- 
ners' more popnlar thaa It has ever been daring 
the n years «f Its prosperity. Onr Bltlaof Fez* 
amb~oe all tbe daticaoiea of the aeasoa. Onr 
atotto Is "Good Vare, Good Oookiog and Moderate 
Ohargee." _ 

P. BIB6RI A CO. 

MINERS' RESTAURANT, 

EOl and Baa OoaUaereiaL inn ., 
TAl» Merket atreet. 

Open rom » *.tf. to lo p Jt aotlUe 



ALIFORNIA AND NEVADA 
VOLUNTEERS, 



HONORABLY DISCHARGED FOR ANY 
oana". at Dram Barracks, or any other] 
place oyer 1?0 milea from place of enlistmeni 
are entitled to additional Travel Pay. 
Apply to, 

J. R, ROBINSON, 
JR-lR-lm aaO Montgomery ttreet 



i 



THE OLD 

Hot sooton, 

15 BKort*. »tr««t. pur KeuraF. 

All r>rlnic» Ten Cents 

Hot Drlnksa Specialty. 
THE BEST TOM a§D_ JERRY IN TOWN. 

Ahr&ys on file the New York Herald, Herper'r 
Weekly, Frank Leslie's, Day'e Dotnga, Polios O* 
Mtte, all th<* Oallfornla pepere, alao London 
Pnnob.BeiriLlfa.IUoatreted Londeo News. Oall 



HARRY MYERS, 

AcMt tor HiUUnaa k Onr'a BobMl Satabata 
."ii,. aal Olxla. ffill <*u at 



J.-M-11A 



1 aatlab jo.rs.if. 



TALDBON. Prootiator. 



DR. LEG OHUN GEE, 

CELEBRATED 

Oblne.e Pb7«lolaa., 

I01T D1TPONT BTREK r, 

BattTM. PaclOc ua< J.ekaon gla. 
>0lmilld»u>. Htxluaa. Uuia, li-U. 



BANGER HALLE 

(SINGBR'S BALL,) 
14 ORABT AT.. NEAR KEeVKNT, 



We.no ho* the Choicest IBronde of "WlRtv 
and Edqwor* am hand. 

OtPOT WtYAHO *. KASCHn BAT (BIWEItt 

t,u u cnsis feldmehr. 



PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE. 

VIB.II1A «1TT, KITABA. 

rHIS ELZOAKT THBATBE.BAJl BIS> «« 
tlacor»t^l. i«l»""" rantaSftr lh.tu«lit o 
., u>. w~t. Star. Kat »™u« maaalii 

Or la TaTaWunv 
«■« WaWmto. aMi ».« Vnooiu 



Parisian House. 

SA.IT KAFABL, 
ONE BLOOKTEOMTHE BAILKOAB 



L- THORIN, Proprietor. 

FURNISHED ROOMS 

...ajru.... 

n. estaurant. 

Flrat fgnnlUr «■* Wlnea, E<Ja- 
ware and Cigars. 

I0AMKM TAKISO BY WUK OR MONTH 

myTMot 



WANTED. 



A Leading man. Juvenile and Comedian. Those 
who o*n main themaeWes generally aeefnl and 
travel for a eare hot low aalary. Variety talent al- 
so wanted. 

- Addr.aa, C A. I.VWIS 

ALAtlADA 00 . OAL 



'jflGrA 



THB JOUHKAL 0* AMDBJBMKlfTS. 

PoDUscrd rvsr* Dm lo ths Taavr bj 

j> _. BOGARDUS 

Below MooKo=erf . San KTanoeco- 



WEDNESDAY JULY 9. 1873 



American C««i«mi. 

The French wrilen b»TS t prspsr IxdowI- 
edge' of the American character— in f=ct, 
thej know sod understand as ft good deal 
better than we do oo.r«elTes. B ad and te 
plotted with U»^folld»iog tree iUa from 
a French paper: "If ever ft nation consid- 
ered daeUog as a wiosa buiinera. it it th* 
Amerioin nation. One day a Citcinnat 
merchant vu challenged by a Chicago bark, 
er. Th* challenge iu tent by telegraph, 
and Iheee telegrams were exchanged, Cin- 
cinnati to Chiesco— Challenge accepted. 
Come on to Cincinnati— 1 shall do no snch 
thing. Why tbonld 1, and not joa, take 
the trouble to travel? Cincinnati to Chica- 
go— Because my wife is in ohildbed. Chi- 
cago to Cincinnati— All right; expect me in 
next train. The Chicago banker fonnd the 
Cincinnati merchant at the railway station, 
Udssked the latter: 'Well are yon ready 
or the flght? Why in .he deuoeax* you eo 
pa -?' 'Becaoi3l am afraid I am a rained 
man. My correspondent at Havre has 
elated making me this nsual remittances.' 
'By JoTe! that's bad! 'I set out for Harre 
to-morrow; we will fight when I return.' 
*I shan't quit you.' Tney embarked oc the 
same stnmshfp. Wbsn they reached Harre 
the Cincinnati merchant finds bis corres- 
pondent has inn off to Canton with ail the 
money la coold raise. They go after him. 
Thty find and arrest him at Canton, briDg 
h m bic'i to BtTre, hate bits tried, con- 
victed, aod prut in penitentiary. This pros- 
ecution last* six mon'hs. After thty have 
seen the rogue put in the penitentiary, 
they return to America. Tbey had now 
been traveling together for two yeira, and 
bid come to lore *acb other like brothers. 
Nevertheless, the day after they reached 
Chicago, the banker said: 'By the w&y, we 
baT3 almost forgotten our due!. We have 
to fight.' 'To be sure we must.' The fol- 
lewiog day they fought on the lake shore, 
with rifles; the distance was twenty p»ces. 
Both fell mortii y wounded, and expired 
saying 'All right.'" We're astonished our 
Frenoh friend didn't tell the seqoal to tie 
story. How tae wives of the two men 
tarn el lecturers, had the bodies of their 
husbands embalmed, exhibited them in il- 
lustration of their lectures, and finally re- 
tired on fortunes. These ars the facts, as 
is well known to the American publio who 
flocked in Buch numbers to see the corpses 
of the dead duelists. 



aWerybcdy Smiko 
Frad'e Cnoice. five for fifty cents, !11 Buih at. l 



McDowell, Shew Card Writer 

Beadj nude and made to order, Boom 10 

60S Market street, cor. Poet and Montgomery v 



When to see Sothern yon have been, 

Before yon take yonr homeward Journey, 

As 'Spiers and Pond**" esJcon tropin 
On 8, W. corner Bnab ac i Eearny, 

Pure Uquora there will win yoax thantB, 
Restore too!— for van mnst be Tveaiy 

With laughing at the "quips and cranio" 

01 "Brother Shu" and "Lord Dundreary,' 



Trie Ittw lotk Fnotograph 
Gail* ry 
Ho. 25 Talid direet, If again open, with lar 
ger lights, more room, an! alt the latest im- 
provements in loBtrnm:nta. Cabinet Bern- 
Brandts only ti per dozin; Card Bememtrsnte 
t rom $2 10 (8 per dozea. Ko Ot inemen employ 
ed. B. F.HOWLAND 7a 



For Wag^n Hardware. 

Go to R. F. O born A 1o*a., importers and deal- 
ers »t 751 Market Street. 5sa sdvertiaameBt, ti 



Ired'« Choice 

la tbe finest Ha Tana bit cigar sold in the State 
311 Bosh street. 



FottiTli c f July. 

Strangers. La. lea A GtB-.emsn. before yon 
leave ihe city, visit the Carpet k furniture 
Emporium of JOHN C BELL nearly opposite 
the Grand Hotel on Market er. Abo folding 
Chairs, Camp Steels. Th? Weed Cap t 
Sweeper, A the finest asaortments of Lace 
Curtains in the State. 6?. 



FlTe Hundred Men Wanted 

Immediately. To send their washing to the- 
•That Cheer Laundry, 121 Leidfedorff St. 



Tbe Aelor** Fame. 

Most people would like to lire in the fo 
tore, but it was the desire of HftSlitt thatLe 
might lire over again that portion of tte 
past upon which the names of the great ar- 
tists of tragedy and comedy bad been re- 
corded, from Mr?. BetfertoD. tee first Julie', 
to Mrs. Biddbns, the last that he saw. We 
can imagine no nobler company, most of 
whom won honorable graves in Westmin- 
ster Abbey side by side witb the authois 
whose tines they interpreted, wi:b the kings 
and warriors and statesman before whom 
tbey player. We know so little stent laem, 
aodsemu'b les* regarding the manner of 
their art, for tbey alone of art sis. could 
leare no copy behind. They come'down to 
us now only as so many names, laden with 
an anecdote or bj. Tet, after alt, we are not 
certain that tbe actor's fame is not the most 
satisfactory, It comes to bim quick upon 
bis earningfef it,land not, like author's or 
painters, after he is dead. The actor leaps 
to bis reward in a single Light; be may bare 
to wait, toil and banger for that night for 
years altogether, but his moments ef tri- 
umph are supreme ones. When Charles 
Hacklin walked off tbe stage, after playing 
Bhylock for the fiist time, be exclaimed in 
the fullness of bis s -jceeje: "I am not worth 
fif/y pounds in tbe world; nevertheless on 
this night am I Charles p the Great." When 
Kean came boms to bis wife after bis debut 
as Sir Giles, Bbe asked him how that dread- 
ed critic, Lord Ess?*, had liked his perform- 

anc3. Mis jubilant reply, "D n Lord 

Essex— the pit rose at me," is suggestive 
still of his great vistory; but what must 
have been to him a yet finer triumph was 
whea tbe ''pit wee at" him to drive him 
from tbe stage, not because be did not play 
well, but because he loved his neighbor's 
wife better than bis own. For oae instant 
be savagely confronted his. audience, then 
flung at it, to its entire discomfiture, a 
speech from the part of Richard that he was 
playing: "Unmannered dogs !J stand ye 
when I command." 

Among the men of the dramatic perioito 
which we have referred there was Bstterton, 
on seeing whose Hamlet old Pepys ex- 
claimed, to tbe annoyance of his neighbors, 
Tore God ! It is the best acted part I ever 
saw." H&cklin, whom Pope declared to be 
the "very Jew whom Shakespeare drew," 
and wbo walked npon the stage w.th good 
Hisi Pops as Portia, to play Sbyloek, after 
bis oae huodreth year, and thereafter played 
it no more forever. A few days after he wauf 
Blinding at the grave of an oldtime comrade 
of the theatre; he stooi enwrapped that a 
friend touched bis arm to arouse bim. "Do 
not disturb me, sir," he said; "I am at my 
rehearsal." Only a few days more and his 
mourning associite3 were at bis grave. 
There were also Booth, Sanford, Wilke, 
Kokes, Leigh, Penketham, Bullock, Est- 
sjurt, Dogget, who played tbe Jew as tbe 
low-oomeiy part; Cibber, the prince of cox- 
combs and the first reformer of tbe stage; 
Qain, Bich, Weston, Sbuter. Dowton and 
Girrick. Among tbe women *eregocd Urs. 
Betterton: Mrs. Barry, scarcely so good, for 
her morals were low; Mrs. Braeegird'e, who 
left the theatre because Annie Olddeld acted 
bettar than sbe did, and who presented to 
her conqueror all ber stage j ewe's and 
dresses, so great a woman was she in ter v <k- 
feat: Mrs. Cibber, whose husband, Tbeo- 
pbi'ns Cibber, sold ber for a thousand 
pounds: Mrs. Pritcbard, wbo Dr. Johnioa 
said always spoke of ber "gown'd;"beintl- 
ful Mrs. Abingdon, Anne Bellamy, Peg 
W^fnogtoD, who kept Garrick, Mrs. Craw- 
ford, Mrs. Yates, Mrs. Jordan, Mi?s Eeliy, 
and the greatest of all, Sarah Sid lone. — 
Gossip About Actors. 



Tbe Woman's Journal, BostoB, baa cap- 
tured a Massachuset 6 girl wbo walked forty 
miles in two days to attend a circus. 



A German j ureal seriously declares that 
all toe great fortunes in tbis country h*ve 
baen made either by petroleum ox by tbe 
sale of patent medicines. 



A eit ; z*n of Be^ry county, Ky.,has put 
bis foot down by namiog bis sixteenth child 
Omega. 



Mempnls belles ars charged witb pander- 
ing to an unlady-Jtk* appetite for sardines 
and limberger cheese. 



Tte Congressional finger is ttought Id te 
connected with tbe Washington Ring. 

.«. 

A man owns a pair ef horses forty years 
old. He calls tbem 2-40'b. 



k. j^leSkStmnt bocation, 

Persons desiring oeau f ortable lodgings in a 
JentraJ loeattco, sboalt visit the Alb am bra, 
and Inspect tbe fine suites of rooms to let there 
Tne betiding Is a very fine one and i£ well 
Lighted and ventilated. £ J? • '■ » ' 



Ox. Barlow a. Smltn 

Is giving ft court of Tree Lectures to Oentle- 
oaen on 8easal Phyrtology and Kervous Dis- 
nses at hie Hygetan Hall, 637 Oallfornla street, 
avery Friday evening, oommeadng at 7 a o'clock. 
A nart of tbe evening la devoted to wmtm«e 
and prescribing for patients.. Dr. Smith gives 
phrenological examinations In retard to health 
to invalids dally, from & to a r u., tree. w 



OentaUWork. 

Fob nrasx «u«urx or woes, go to T. 0. Jee- 
snp, dentist, cor. 8utt«i md Montgomery, over 
Tucker'a. S-u 



I>orit IteadThls, 

For if joa do jod wul spend all of your 
m:ney buying yoor family drtae-gocd-, bo** 
ieries, tanle-clobt, cbUdren'a outfits, etc., at 
tbe cheapest and most fashionable place in the 
city. Frledlander A Go's, Ho. 9 Third street* 
Nucleus Building: 3. a. 

Geo, Haa8.& Co. 

Ihs great Candy Emporium, 10 Eearny St, 
near aaxTk t. g f< 

rSmakeri o.k for Fr toJ Choice. 

Tha ficeatHkVftQii biict»roQ We Pacific Cj«* 
a t Fred. W. Saario.SH Both tt*««t, betwe« B .Ke*r- 
oj and Moatcitterj streeu. 



Phototrraptilo Carum 

At one dollar per doxen at the People* Art 
Gallery, 34 Third street between Stevenson and 
tfission atrtW. a 



Public AccoDo.xucxLa.xlon. 

Waabing left at the office before 8 a. m., can 
be retur ' In tbe evening If required; «e 
never du .point! What Cheer Laundry, 121 
Leloeedorff atraet. • 



TTtie Boat Remedies. 

Dr. Ferry's Last Chance, for patn. Dr. Per- 
ry'a Wehfc Pills, for all bilious oompaalnta 
For sadeby aU druggists. Agency, 117 Saneome 
street, cemer of Commercial. 



Asa U. ^'auceman'a 

" Chlgaro Beer Depot," 623 Sacramento atreet, 
between Montgomery and Kearny. The eel* 
brated ** Chicago Lager Beer," and the beat of 
liquors. Daily luseh, with lobitfr salad aod 
other dalieacle*, prepared by tbe epicurean 
George Butt. Beer, 10 cents. Begnlar Ger- 
man lunches, caviar, Swi;a cheese and sand- 
wienes, served to order. To lunch at Wauga- 
man'a la thb thing. 5-J 



The White House, 

The White Sou =e la thronged every afternoon 
with ladiee, the majority of whom have come 
from a distance and consequently must need 
aomerefrtBhmen'B. Dj these ladlea tnow that 
directly opposite the Wnite Houae ie the Wbtts 
Hop e EiETJ-rhAvr. Tula Beatanraat has juat 
been re-fl:tea and enlarged by Mr. Meyers, the 
proprietor, with a special view to the comfort 
of ladles. He baa taken great care to keep It 
select, and tne refrethmenta are flxet-elass. *6w 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



PETER FEKHANDEZ PETER AGTJIRRK 

FERNANDEZ & ASUIRKE, 
Faslilouatol e> 

^HATTERS, 

No. 329 Kearny Street, 

BatBmhand Pice, SAJ* FBAAOItiCO 

H*ti Made to Order aod Beoovatcd. 



DIVIDEND NOTICES.; 

DIVIDEND NOTICE 

£an Francisco SaTings Union, 

No. 532 California Street, 
Corner of fVcbb 
FOR THE HSXF TEAR ENDING WITH 
30th of Joo», 1S73, » dividend has bean declared at 
tbe rate of nine and eix tsntbe [ 9 6 ID) per ct c. per 
annum oa tarai dapoaiu, -*nd elajbt flfj per cent. 
per annam on ordinary deposit-, fraa of Federal 
Tax, payable oo aod altfr Utn of J, 

By order, LOT£tL WHME, 
' Tl -* w L'aahitr 



Free oi'Danger. 7 

Tbe latest eensit on being worked np by the pa- 
pers ia founded on a report that a gsDlIeman be- 
came inoculated with disease by emofeiog a cigar 
made by a Chinaman. Iboae who do not wish So 
run a similar risk oan avoid it by purchasing their 
cigareof H. Bntliffat eitb<r*of hie stores 3» and 
632 Ssarsy Street. Mr. got) fi manages to sell ci- 
gars made by wbits man sa chap as ethers aell 
Chinese cigarB. Hie eales are Isree atd he is con- 
tent witb a small pre&t. Tfaouga sixteen years in 
businesa ha has nerer emplsjed a Ohinsee oigsr 
maker, from coDcientioui conTicttona, and neTsr 
intends to do eo. Kowifttbose who axe in earnest 
in their opposition to Chinese cheap labor prove it 
by giving their patronage tsone wbo practically 
proves bia principles, and at tbe same time avoid 
the fate cf the onfortuna'e gentleman wbo smoked 
s cigar which hadrbssn beslobbered by an unhealthy 
h(a»Jb»a -___»_^ * 

W. B. Sfeellenberger, si2 Montgomery Stieat,. 
Beal Estate, Farni^h3d BmMi and Room = , 
Select Boarding places, rents collected, Fomt- 
torebonght android. En inese opportunities 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



B. P. O.O. SEALS. 

A SPECIAL MEETING 

Will be held on THCRSDAY next 
JULY 10 b.at S o'c ock P. It, at 

charter Uak H.ll. Buitaess incon- 
B PO O sTt 3 - ct ' on *i'^ the Grand Aonoal 
' - * " * r Featival end Fairwill be transacted 
at tun mecuog. Memberao' all degrees are re- 
oasatid :o assemble. Tickets are now in tbe hands 
of the G. a. 0.8. 

A. W. BARK, 

G, 8. O. 8. 
8HEKUA\ COBBTIf, G. S 




YY UR_YY UB 

If U bl yore 8HIBT 4 at Fo. 3 

4 kta'.omarsB alwali ault*d ilar 

Witb the prysia 'ha eel tbtre ncrferwar 

And eTTl tbing in tbe Komleblng line 

V kan git yonrmao&es wortb evrl time 

Toilet articles 2 °' ev-ri kind 

Jntt tri tbem once aod ba*e in mind 

At the Old Stand 3 2nd 8t 

17 bl at ir.sls that kant B B»et. 

BENEDICT & CO. 



LADIES' FAIR, 

IK AMD OP THE 

Orphan Boys at San Rafael 

4T 

T»r.ATrp>fl HAIlU 

COMMEKCIKG 

MONDAY ETE.M.VG JCLT7U 

CONTINUING DUB1NG THB WEfK. 
■jj9« 



Mexander the Great. 

We hare always hollered in; bis fxlatence 
Ma tarns, and bis exploits are historical, (and 
par const g.uenoe, we alto believe in his re- 
nowned steed BncTphalne) but we never could 
have faith In that mythical, winged steed Pe 
gaanettUth) other day, on tbe Cliff Hotue. 
Toad we f aw a team go by on the "wings of the 
wind" and now, there la no limit to our credo 
lit? In what horcefJ sab can do, if the tteeda are 
supplied ty Crittenden k Daltos, Turf Gallery 
Stables 209 Butter 3 real. 



ASSESSMENT ROLL OF 
SAN FRANCISCO, 
l873-'74. 



C DESK'S OFFICE, EOARD O? 8UFERVI- 
sora, San Francisco, Ja yT, 187] 
Pablio notice is nereby given, in accordance 
with Section No > &S4 of the Political Code, tbat 
tbe A«*ec amen t' Roll of tne City and County of 
Sao Fianalaco. for the fiscal year 1873*74, bas been 
oampieted and delivered over tome as Clerk of tbe 
Board of Supervisors, and will be open daily for 
examination in tbis i {fice from 9 o'clock a. M. to * 
o'clock r. at. . aod that said Bia-d of Supervisors 
met to examine tbe Aascssmsct Holi and eqnaJize 
tbe asaetsment of prope'tv on tbis MONDAY 
AFiERNOON. Ja y 7to, 1673. at 2 o'clock, and will 
c. cicae m session f-otn time to tims nntil the 
basintsiof «q-a izstion presented to teem is die- 
p*««d of, bat not latsr tbaa the 2&tb day of Jnly 

am. 

All Applications for Correction of Aa- 

aeanneatg are Required to be Veri- 
fied by Oatn. 

Pablio net ceis alao h»r?by eivsn, that in ac- 
cordance with Section* 1S97 and 189* of the Po- 
litical Code, tbe Military R-.li bae been comple- 
ted, delirered over to me. and is now op*D for ex- 
amination and correction as providt d by law 
Extract From Political Code. 
Sett oniK^T.— All property moat be assessed at 
its f nil del vilue. 

S = .t on.ti.j. Ibe Board of Buparvi'srs of each 
ooontv mnst meet on ibe first Mod day in Jnly 
in sacbysar.to examine the aaeeiemoni book and 
equalize tbe assessment of props. ty in the county 
It must continue io eeealon for that parpose from 
time lo nme antft the basinees of eqailizuioa la 
d'spo'*"! of, but not later tban the focnb Men- 
day tn Ja'y. 

^sction 3673.— The Board baa tbe po*rr to ds- 
tr. Line *ii complaints in regard to ths asseeesd 
vaiu* of property, and mar ■ xc = pt as prohibited 
tn tais Title, correit any va uttiou by eddicg or 
dadoetlDg soch saa as maj be nsoessari' to saks 
it coc loo tr ne aetoal oaab valae. 

Stoticn 3674 — Ko redaction most be made, in 
tbe -»a ration of property, on'ess tbe pirty sfl^c- 
tedfiertbio bii asett mates and files ^tb tbe 
Boaid a written anplicat'on therefor, venn-d by 
bia ostb, showing the facts upon wbiob it is 
olainvd sort*, rsda- ton snoe'd be mtdr. 

Section 367*.— Before ths Boud grants tbe ap- 
plica'me or makes any redaction applied for, it 
moat 5r»l cxamise, on oatb, tbe psreon or the 
aaent nsaktng tbe amplication toachteg tie vans 
tf the property of each nersoa. Ifo redaotino 
must be made nolesa auch person or the ag< st 
m-.ncg the arpl cation a't*cds and anawert a-l 
qc*stloa4 r-ertioant te the irqairy. 

Section itTTt— Upoe tbe hxruf of the appl 
cation tbe Brnd may aubpeeoa socb witneMse, 
hear and tike snch evidence in relation to the 
■objact psndiog as in its discretine it miy deem 
proper. JXO- A- BU-SELL, 

jj-? td Clerk Board of Supervisors. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE 

GermaE Saving and Loan Society. 

The Board of Directors have declared the divi- 
dend oudepos t» for the first half year i873,eading 
thiadate: OaTerm Dvposit>, st the rate of nine 
and sixtsnth percsot (S6-lCt per anon ni ; on ordi- 
nary deposits at the rate of eight per cent (S) net 
anonm, free of Federal Tax, payable on and after 
JulylS. 8anFr«noisoo. Jam »th 1873, Byordtr 

ir3 2ir GEO. LKTTB, Uefretary 



Dividend Notice. 

SECURITY SAYINGS BANK, 

SO* »AVMM£ 8TKETB. 

» DIVIDEND 10 DtPOSITOHS FOE THE 
**■ hill rear eodioe Jgd« 3D, 1871, b&sibeea de- 
clared br this Bank at the rate of KINB AMD 
SIX.T£NrHS <96:1») per oeota par anonm on 
TEEM Di POSI S. and eisnt <B> oer oent per 
annnn on ORDINARY DEPOolTS, free of 
Federal Tax. parable on and alter Joiy 10 16TS. 
Br order. T. P. BACON. Secretary. jr&lw 



A GRANDRAFFLE 

» GESTLEMAN'S TURNOUT COMPLETE 
^*- on account of departure. One 5 year old 
Sorrel! Hores (Bound and kind, broke single and 
donble. Cin trot in 2-tt). 

One new thr«e-focrth bogiry. LarkioE £ To. 

takers 1 . One set of new Damecombe Harneae! 
Diy andl^igbt BlaoktU, Robe, 'Whip, etc., at 

"Rattler's Wine Parlors," 

334 BUSH STREET, 

Wbara tickets can be had. Turnout can be seen 
at the City Stables. To be raffled on Saiordsy 
evening, July 26. b, 1873. i 9 td 



GEETETJDE M. GEEGOEY 

—OP THB— 

GREGORY TROUPE 

Is requested to commnoicate immediate!; with 
the oodersigned. By so doing the will bear some- 

tb ; Dg pr-at.y to h r advantage. 

J. B. MeCABE, Theatriccal Agent, 
jslS-Im * ■ 620 Wa^hiogton Street. 



lOCts. lOCts. lOCts. 

Per Glass for the Finest 

Wines and Liquors, 

and the Celebrated 

FREDERICKSBURG BEER, 

— IN— 

FRED- G. WtNTWORIH'S 
9ALOO UiT 1 , 

601 KEARNY STREET, N. W. oor. 8ac. 



.IP 



OYSTEE GEOTTO 

A clean aod respectable OyVer 
Honse litcednp por^owly lor Ladles' 

428 PINE STREET, 

Above the O.liroroia Market, Detwcen Kearny and 
Montgomery Streets. 

A. W. MANNING, Proprietor. 
.TJj jeli-Im i *5\ 



THE CLIFF HOUSE! 

ROARING 0C£4H!~iuHGlr1G BREAKERS 
FOAMinG SERF, 10RSTER SEA L OMS- 

Appetizing Breakfasts, Lnnches. 
Dinners and Snppers. 

BRING TOTJR WIFE 1 

BRING TOUR FAMILY: 
BRING TOTJR LADY FRIENDS 

Andanjovaview of tbe finest OCEAX PA50- 

RA.MA IS THE WOKLtr. all in tight of 

tbe world-reoowaed 

Golden Gate. 

With a fleet of wh'te-me*seng<rd ecWring from 
every part of the commercial world. 

■y-Kew Line Buaaea. conaeotiDg with Street 
Cara at Lore Mouotrin eviry 15 minutes bertaf ter 
for ibe 01>rT Hon.se. jjl-lf 



MORACHAN& LYNCH, 

DEALERS IN 

OYSTER*, CLAMS eel a'l kinds A 
olSbelifiab, Sta.ll OS UaliformaJ 
Market. San PrandBC". Open Day^ 
and Nigbt. families, Poblicsni Pri- 
vate rarties. Hoi; K bbipping and 
Bestanraots inpDhed. i'S-ldl 



STEPHEN M AYBELL, 

Comodian; 

Parties wishing talent tor city or court-y can 
sne ir» the ease by addresaieg a note to h-m st 



CERMAN_PIANOS. 

>^— *. THZ BEST AND TH8 CHEAP- 

f^' TaWsL bcbraubftadier A (To.. Agents 
^^^Wjot the ceitbrated Factories Of 
1 I 9 X »*Slntbner, in Leipzig, and ScbJeip, 
o BerliD. OtE;e. MS OLA V S . RBEF. ap3B 



White & Kearns Combi- 
nation Troupe. 

Io coneeqnenoe of Messrs. White A B>arae leav- 
icg forth* Kast this tronpe will be koewn kereaf- 
ter as the California Oombira ion Troure. 

< ho* Sc .pp. Manager Pro lem. 

OIubRoom Uc.W Jeewe Btreet 



PICNICS, EXCURSIONS, ETC. 



S. F. and S. P. B. R. Co 
CHANCE OF TIME. 

THE CHEAPEST ROUTE TO THE GEYSERS. 

ONAWDAPTHR JUNE 1. 1CT3, THE 8I«AM- 
or A.NTELOPK. conneotiog at Donanne Land- 
>cs with tbe San Francisco A North Paciflo Rail- 
road Company for Oloverdaleand all intermediate) 
sUtione. will leave San Fianciaco dsily (Sundavs 
excpt*d), from Frot-t street Wharf, at 2;»p sf Be- 
torpiog, the train will leave Oloverdaie daily aS 
6: Wo clock a. m , connecting at Donanne with the 
ate<mer acd arriving in Sao F>ancisco at 11 :l-^ x at, 
J ha itesmers and osre mak» olose oonnsctious 
witb stages to end from all points. 

SUNDAY EXCURS.aH"s~AT REDUCED RATES. 

Leave San Fr«noiaoo at 8 a. u. every Sunday 
arriving at, (Jloverdsls st 1 o'clock p. m Returning 
will leave Olcverdale at.! o'clock, arriving in Sao 
Francisco at 7 o'cloe a Thie will allow exoor- 
aiomsta several bonra at anj of tbe d1»cpb along 
tbe line of the react For all information apply al 
the Oomp*i,y'6 offloe. 4*6 Mot tpomerj street. 

Oo and after June l»t ibe Steamer will leSsafi 
San tranoitoo at 2 30. T.U.; the care will learn 
OloTerdgle at 6 a. u 

splS PETER POWAHOE, President 



Badger'sCentral Park, Oakland 



THBSK BEAUTITDL OARDEHB ARK KOW 
epen for tbe aeaioo. aod maay of ibe raoa 
popnlar 

PIOKTIOS 
Will bs held there. The attraction are oomer 
OOJ. SKAIISG PAYILION. MU8KUM. UTM-. 
IfASIUH. Bkatioe free on week dajfl. 

AdmlaiMn f>s Ceat.. 

OHILDRBW IO OKNTS. , p 17 ,f 



PIPIFAX 

This Tonic is so Marvelous In ita ef- 
fects that it is gtvled throa^hcut Eu- 
rope 

Magic Bitters! 

It Strengthens the nerve*.' Xealores 
Tooth and Health* Gives Tiger to the 
Intellect, atd Renewed Strergth aodTl 
rl lit y to the a ged and Infli m. 

SOLD EVERYWHERE. 

^ je?S8a> 



DR. JORDAK'3 

GREAT ANATOMICAL MUSEUM,. 

And College oriCedlelne. 

10 frOO BEAUTIFUL AKD 1N8TBUCT- 

IV.UUU ire ofcjecu to be seen. Open to ths 
Public DAY AND NIGHT, at EUEEKAHAL* 
SIB Montgomery atreet. FOR MEN ONLY. 
_sSS-DB, JOBJDaS*B PBJVATg OyiTCB Is st til 
Geary street (opposite old Mschanioe" Pavilion). 



IT'S -BCAwlEirD TIMBa 

TH1BEF0EB... . 

SATEYOUR MONEY 

BY GOISG TO 

THE PALACEJF FASHION 

ANOTHER RX0I1EMENT ABOUT THB 
New. "tore, 17 Second atreet, opposite ibe 
Grand Hotel. Clothing of tbe latest, and moat 
fashionable styles mil's io order. ( bfaper untl' 
better tthan at any ether boose in the city. 

NOTE THE PRICES. 
Pants.-, from $6 to SI 2 per pair 
Suits -.from $28 to $30 

I invite the inspection of tbe ChoicesfGoods in* 
the market, 

A. MORRIS, 

No. XT Second Street, 

i°l" lm Oppo.lle Grand El.tel. 



ilJTTIiS.. 



The Great Tonic said Appetiser. Toa- 
Sale Ewer j where. xnj9 3an 



J. C. COMBES, 
TERRAPIN X-TJJtfCH, 

Cor. Second and Tebimo streets. 

•SJ" Terrapin com tantl j on band. 

Oratera In every atvle. PBJVATB 

SUPPEB BOOMS F."^t PAETJE8. 

dec 11 in 



CANDIES. 

ALL KINDS OE THE FTNEET tCANDiT 
made at oor Steam Oandj Factory dntlr. Ail 
ordets, ospecislly from tte coonlrjr, ars ■oliorted 
ard b ill be promptly attended to. 

OAhTY i WAGNKB, 
IttV Mont<«rr>fir*)«t, ntrrr *»w*4ae 



ALHAMBRA LOOSING HOUSE. 

FINELY FURNIRBED BOOMB, BUT- 
gle oajin salts. 

Well JMgnxsul.and Tectiltttwd. 
_. Unfarniansd "acorns to let. LodginawiUI 
or withent board, ALHAA1BBA BUlLDINa 



nr ■"»!••* «tr*rf, 



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VARIETY TAIEjNT WANTED 

....FOB.... 

THE VARIETIES, 

PIOCHE NEVADA. 

Addreas, 

SAM'L NETJMAN, Basioees Manager. 
jeU »f VARIETIES, Pioobe. Nev. 



PIANOS 

k2W.... 

ORGANS. 



CALL AND EXAMINE KISDB ABD PRICES 
before purchasing elsewhere. Good bargain*. 
to be had. 

A. St. BSlfCBOFT A CO., 
jal2 tl 1:83 Market etreet. 



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Nap. Bod.'* i£ J£ 



t •aferetlM Tee 




fS) ^OHTBOMERYS 
HOTEL. 



ui nuvcaoo. tmirioat. jclt m. mi. 



v.i. xvu. a. in 



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lUCKLEY'S new VARIETIES 

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x^. o o ii --* ■• a w i 

Only Versatile Variety Show 

•rtxilul OSSI."*. u>4 Ul ' ar 0»e. 



W1W ALIAIBEA TIIATB1. 



ladL-A. Gi- TJ in Bl* 



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CALIFORNIA MINSTRELS. 

Billy Mannings Frank Mor an & Robt . Fraser 



BELLA UNION THEATRE 



Bead 'his Week's Monster Programme 

I IT OCR OHBAT VARIETY COMPANY 



THII [VOUKU 



JULY IO 



CANTOU MO A Bill LIKE THIS 



MALE AND FEMALE MINBTftlLS 

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THII IVMKii JOLT III 

FIRST PMT OF WIT. SOIG UO FUR 
as at* tail orr 



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l.i.a -fi, . E.dt.- 7..lw. 
■•Ul.d . af.lll. L. r.rrMt 

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T. OmiAi^i aito 

Here She Goes and There She Gees 

Man«, *im*. Hoiltaior*. l>..oi tad Km Zm 



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I'nrt a«,., .,,„,!-. Olio. 

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THmJL.X^IS*l OUTDON JS. 

rim nriiiai iimt HaUliia a ■ ..i > . < r r»A 



The Renowned 33 a:i=> jXTJLO'y, In his Champion Jig 



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► la... A«l» IIII'MDITIA 



To omx-Iu !- .it. K.t.r. Fimiii Tr.a* riammlM. Tfc. 

OLD WOMAN who Lived in the SHOE 



8cenol. — Regions of Dark Despair. 






MARAT THO^rsr,-- 
<ArU.k» IM-I< 

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<*. R. Kit. MARLS 



TO 

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Scene a. — Magic Change to Mother Coose's Village. 



*K.-IK* SAW. M«U)«W»au thill 
■ ■ -.r )- f'rtaee 



llvaa in a aboe.aft*nrar«» Pi 
era t, .b«"v.li-a« Baker 



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I.. -net J. I ,3). U.lly, lew. itibtar. «a*y, Ki.;, Lotlj, F.nnr.irw j csudrec wb© !.»•- is ite Shoe, Villager*-. Demote, ete 



iftien 

MR.IL' 

eHS-mr «,_ 



CBABAOTCBS TIT THE THICK ECEKEF; 
11 trism 

MlhTRrSSieolered - - - 

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... S)«M BirKRT 

MANOR J a MfcS 

D. J. KHhRW<)Oi> 

ORO. POSTfJR 

...MISS SMKRMAN 

CoarVetleaarT •»■<■ Mealc Ktorr. SCKHK 4.— AcroM tor Uantlo>pnl. SOBNf ■5,-Mn*on. 

lc Hall raad B«».rdl-B Iloai-e. flCE.VB « -Onrdrn. P*» de Dc» t>r Mil- llurte Oatocala aad 

Mme. M«l.i»r. [ICBIIR f.-Llch Bddiq »ad White Hon*. BCFK F g.-Pnclflr Street 

l.r Mo«Bll«hU tCR^f ».-ParIor -t I.lck Hooir. SCCMS lO.-A FumIMm- 

.Koe, ■CSKTR 11.— Tm Ntu Aveaae* Sl'KKB 1SX — Plato*. II*-. at. 

MINE 13.-UKAND HinoKKAL TABLCAl' 

Washington Crossing the Delaware. 



1 'ST'S 

•>•%».. -i. eaa 

i iv at? xart r^ tj x>iEir" 

Opms of Mii-.ii* . VIhh Laura iuVrvoM 

►'-••» -»•»«»• I.IIIIp Mill , M «J 

'-*"•••« Mi»ea • -v-H» 

■ -i**> I -•• s*> •ai-i-r J»«a Hii-».ia> 

H«l)>»« ... ...... M«|,lr -I. ( Ulr 

■ I ffSrSMI lt-r If ■>•>!■ latli BtobU.B, 

AU»r «B»eh ih* leeal Bitre-.tsataef th# 

FARALLONES 

U«»a r-fe.ed-'. ,.,l«A»aji 

»1 ':..'".! 

LUMa Huiu4 

I <r&r7Miir» 

C AttSrllVI «u(i 3EF* X=t. X 1* SES- 

A* : ft" |ro!(i|ui> UI««BS 

* M-*«.- -l ( lulr 

H .r * > I .,, ni.oa 

*•-«. k*if Mdiun Wk*u-I- I4.li-> 

» ...r.it ,-r UnDri Mlnui- lllliTior 

wiiid : .. . _. _ :■" -_--■_--_■■■ ■• _ _ 1M «*' **♦•». 

©jiyijan^^^^^^^^^ 

**■•■■« A** Fred BlifMr 

Ballad Mfss l.nuni Kt'rvon 

Do You I^a^ox^r Groon? 

M.tt K-lly ADd Tomaj Union 

TBACMBR eft? PTJPIIi 

Soil* RobiK-o. end. Tommy il.itoo 

TbtparrormaDOA will oooolado will PMtolnds witb tb« Orlsln- 

l&Al hkfilCli r-f 111* 

BritZe-stl Chest 

jAkn Wild'OT* M-ltK.lly 

JfRimr TrieldTt , t rrd Knoble 

O d Knb Tlior.oa Jodd Woodw.rd 

Hmoivb •j-y _••;■■_" ^-^ Lon D)ao» 

PRICES OS AJbAOSlIUH. 

Ailroli-Un. rfi Tenia 

Dre«i Clrrle nod Ur«'ie*tt-u GO (Vnt» 

Prlvute lloxo. ■« A9 



TBISl MODFL L<:Httl%« HOUSE*. 

pacific H0USE7rL,'j^rr , «; 

OLYMPIC HOUSE.^irV;::. 

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A< thr I X L AVCTION .TORE, No. 018 anil <">»0 KBAIINY AKRBET, cor. Commercial. 



TRUNKS AND VALISfS 

SDPHRIOR. 0UST0M-MADK|W0KK: WAR— 
r.nt«i ■irini- tad dnrtble, At r-cntl* redcoad 
prto-«. J. I 'Ml. IN, Trank-iB-ker, 2M Moot«om»ry 
■vtrret, bnt««sn i*ioe »nd lia»h. f&oiog tbo Rasa 
Uoaie. Tronkd Repalr+d: Movort Mnde. jo4 lm 



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ORGAN OF AMUSEMENTS 



rrogrsmms of all EstabliKhetl 



Places of Amusement 



I NEB AN FHANCIKCO. 



CIRCULATED EVERY DAY 



CH'.THit YEAR. 



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PACIFIC 

LAW 

THIRD YEAR OF PUBLICATION. 



ISSUED EVERY TUESDAY. 



Only Legal Journal ' Published West 
of the Mississippi. 



Publishes all the California Supreme 
Court Reports. 



IT DAS RECEIVED THE CORDIAL ENDORSE- 
MENT OP THE PROFESSION AS A 

RELIABLE AND INDISPENSABLE AID TO 
THE PRACTICAL LMZ.L 



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'I'li'-l Nnr-:Hi. . r.OLE AGRST IN 

1 Ualifn.aift. la- tin . ,i. of mi iboT. oile. 
brit-d Bill n. H. i. nripared to deal with 
Hprobanta lad Jultreie ' u toi moat r.ifoD.ble 
urm.. \IM. B. JOHNSTON, 

lull IK 4S. OallforDli Btre.U 



AFTEK I. II, 

THEATRES ARE OUT 

GO TO THE 

JFCot Bootola, 

litter fitrect. sear aaeanix, 

Aod try ooe of tbair 

Hot Stotch's or Tom & Jerry's 

A.11 Drinks Tou CcntfS 

nU If JQM. p. BR1GQ8. Piopriitor. 



tf DR. AIKIN 

^f f nrfi Kt-ftnt uml I lirnnlo Dlaeasei of the 
£Y£, BAR, THROAT, LUMiB nnd UEART-C.Uirb, Dc*(- 

D#M.Diflcb»r?e B from the KAit, W«nk or Ii flamed Fjpk. UodrIi- , 
Debility, Voueoaj, Near&iftla. hbuuai.tmui, Djspepiift. Pilei, 
tif.i-ufmii, Orooey, «(o. 

i,n<iU'», married or single, aiaared speedy. *afe core of* ■ 
Jrr-»alaii[ieB. Pain. iiQp[)ri<eBlon. weikoiu, Prolap'ou, (to.,. 
St-fititv. UvariAD and otber Ditcaaea remedied. AV01L> 

druqA. 

i 'iuifL'«*ra, Toniorti. Wene Aod Marks nkillfnlly removed. 

•*- All UoDflilr>Dnai Uaeoe Kaithfally AtLeodfld. 

Votiilu und Men, do matter what they've read or doav 

ir»d.cau r*ly od ture remedy of delormlty, debility, or dia- 
naro wenriog on body and miod. No naicbery ordeoepttoo. 
Beat meant known lor rapid, ruey oare (nvoiJin- d.DR«r , aof- 
fer.Dg, expoeQre or lose of time) of obatlaate aod apecial dia- 
taeee wlttoat meroary. pnlfons or eaaaeons draga. Complete 
tnre (where all otborafail) of wor4stoaeee and any lymptome 
left from bad treatment ornvglrot. -*• 

Free UonenltatJooi. All Hedlcioci, etc., forniahed, 

Call, or write yonr oaae. Addre»r, N.J. AIKIN. M. P.. 

■ttr Offloe, SOI Kiurny atreet, M. E. Corner of C-liforBiSi 
■treela ban KrAOOlaoo, Oaf. j«e* 




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Fox* Knle-A. Plunger. 

Twaoty-two feet long by tea rest beam. Sails 
Anchor aod Ohainc— complete in evary respect 
Welt anited for A PLKA9URH BOAT. The craft 
In nearly niw and will be ao'd bt A GREAT BAt- 
OAIN. To neceen at Meigg'e Whatf 

Apply by letter or id person to "Ottnb." FinABo 
QjTICB. , je?5Jiw 



The Greatest Wonder in tiie 
World. 

A MERMAID ! 
A REAL, ACTUAL, NATURAL 

aaiES.xi.Cf^.Aa.x.D* 

The Orca'eit Woiid-r and Jfuluinl Co- 

riD.UjoillieAgf. Sclencv Haffled aoi 

Ttaeorlsta (lumfuniulcd, Ite Ucnai 

nui htea eelnbltehad bv aawet 

l«iarn-d Nuturn'im la ih'aconn. 

tri-i Will be on KiehlTatllen for a few 

d.aja ooly, i»t 

PLATT^S_ HALL. 

Tfcia ElTenlas. 



E;iC3-I-CT'5ar 

Single Outside Rooms. 

TOB — 

No. 1 Spring Beds and Hair Mattrasses, 

at tbb 

BRANCH HOUSE, 

U 1 SAJWIUE trSCIT, (UK. CUT. 

AT 

E*i«y Cents per KTigli-r, 
And Lew* by the Week. 

OPEN AIjIi MIGHT 

Apr-28 L. J. EWltLL, Froprlttoi. 



PIONEER SHOE MANUFACTORY 




TBE MOST ELBGAKT CUSTOM WOKK IH THE OIT 



Beers ate Slnynard, 

C88 Kearny lta««f .-..Ill an b efl 



v^iGta: 



T3X JOTTWTAL OF AKUSEXEFT3. 

Mhad every Day la na Year 0? 

B OQ ARDUS 

IS MvebiMii aed «•** >* aeBlagtOB ste- 

Belo* Moctgomsry. 8»c 7ranc**oo. 



THCESDAY JCXY 



AHLSEMENTs* fcUu 



Callfornla. Tn*atr*. 

"San'* *cc*pt«d *ad is *» gr**t fart rite with 
-•bapablicof San Fraociseoesbii aobie b.-Jtb*r. 
"flretbar ban," mostgir* wa? after this week to 
"David Oarr.ck' union U to be prod iced »o Mon- 
day. 
Jtlaambra Thfiirr, 

B.Uy Maanisg and Frank Mcraa .= Aral par'. 
*Bd loUrluJ*. NHitr B»n«r:a Dates raKBS, asd 
■ObkMpiOB Jig and Robert Fr.r-r. Bib B«ri, >aai 
B'-skey, Hinr Thoapron Mile Maria G.-rgain 
tod a (oli o'jm.-»Br Id the p*3tom:m« of " Too Cid 
Vodub «bo Lt.4'6 the £>aoe" Will aiTjrd plenty 
of uuimetl ti tfioio wbo nut ib« A.otx'.ro 

tO-D gOt. 

firUm Union Theatre. 

Mis* Lanr. Hervaa to popa^tr bUladf. OalStm 
sad Fri'sto a comic act. Miss Mtnni* Fi m ire >a 
• ctitiQUr daace *• d many o> Set a-.tractiona are 
cd*r»d to-oigat at tali fo?al*r VBri.tT taastr*. 

Buckley's Vatic lira, 

A ■ootiil: la pres-st.d «tery aigata. th.a fcoaas. 
Geo. O. Thompson. 3>**J Bcckiey, Mia* P*cn» 
"Wo.be tor. Miss Mottle La For.-es'. Mai Z .die 

Z? in** aad assure s( other* will ep;eir.c avail*!* 

eotertaaaieBt tan *ven:ag. 

Poclflc Ball. 

Dr. Bt*=*n i* ao far inferior to the avr rage 
)«titar«r and adta cea original ideas la aa<.h » 
plouicg manner Hit it it so winder that bo draws 
«oodbaoaca. His Itctore last nigtl on "Love, 
Ooai whip, and Marriage" iu mach erjojed by all 
wbo hoard iu To-oignto* will deltaat a lactare 
(to coatloaxDoslr on "M»o ubt W*'. Man ao 
fa* I>, and Man ao ho can Become." 

.Mercantile Library Ball. 

James F. Bowman aaaiatad bo Mis- J.m Gr>y. 
O wan Mai love, Dan Coanell, ' li iiu >*ewoomb. 
OairUa Warr*a Stoddir i, and Professor P.ooai'r 
■il] gtr* a liurary eaurtiiomeit tin eveDint 
en titled "A oight with Locg'e low" T&or* abon d 
be sufficient people ef literary tarn in Sao Fran- 
c sco t»ero«d tb« hoaae. 
"Tn*> New »a c dalen •» 

Mis* Caricte Laeleriq is erg ged" to a;p-ar 
shortly at tbe Califer&io Ibaattr, la WilBis Uo.- 
liae'drauat'r..<ion of hit own cotsI. "The New 
ai'gla'eo** tr*iy ecriDtior in the coa&tri has 
a'.ompted a roraioa of Into work, bat Wilkie 
C j liaa rathtr apoiisd their piratical gimo bj re- 
iainiog the moat drttcatic lceidacts of bia at^rr 
for aba p!ar. omitUog tbem eatire j from tea 
oorol. *lho Hew H glalea" vitkoat allss La- 
c.sicq fir whom it was exproaalr writtsa. won d 
bs Ilka "Oar A m ariin a Coas.c witkootSotoerL — a 
wary tt lo, nataad acproCttWo pieoeof boj noo-* 
Woodward's Garden*. 

Ob Band* tbora wsro'oter li>.0 peoalo a*, this 
btaotifol resort. The aqaariom it animmooae 
saooaar. aad OTorron* is goirjg to see It- Hoars 
can bepte*8»nilr epe&t la examiaiag ih - uoas- 
aadi of cariosities. 

AjrATomcii Mrsru^.— One of tee most 

anaptsto coliec'isnj of tbo kz&d ic '— s United 
Jitataa. compr.siag bandradJ of ooatlj and baaa- 
Mlal wix modoU. is daulj on rtow (to geaUamoa 
rcir) a: tha Uaienai oo afootgomor? surtt. Aa 
k*or ooar &* orof tablr an*ot oars 



J^rmtt*a Abolition Oil. 

Tbe People's Bemedy for all Acbei aadPaUis. 

Oaad Clgara. 

S soil, yon always amoke good cigars, what brand 
do roo make, and where do *cn bay toem? 
Jam**, I'll tell yoa. 1 rmoke Fred's Choioa.jen 
«aabmi tbem at Fred. W. ScarlV, 311 Boahat. i 



The Last New Song, 

Air— "Mott at Ckmndem." 

Emerson Oorvllie Is my nama. 

Mr buBlfieas always is .he sane; 

Eastern Oysters, aid Fancy fioasn, 

Redlahea thea*. that my hoase can boast. 

Safely theae Bivalve* to all I show, 

Ohl bisdi oh! Oh! high oh! 

None who nave been bnt again will go. 

Corvine i ays sot says so! 

Oa Pioe Street, at No, «10, 

Remember the nnmber and call again. 
Visions of Shell-Aah In every style, 

Inwardly caaae yon mnch to smile. 
Ladle* with eeeorU there always go, 

Lsdlea go! Ladlfts gol 
£m«raon Corviila's polite! and so 

*-l Thay gol they got tney go! 



H<»«»d Not to be Beat, 

Is Q. Bnrknardt'a motto. Fins French Calf 
Boots mide to erdtr tr<n. S& :< JIO. A good 
and satisfaction gnannteed. CaU at «o Waeb- 
ington street and be convinced. Arnllagaort- 
ment of neaOy-made good* always on hand, at 
prioee to salt eve ryone.) pn rae. 4 K 

Everybody Suited. 

Ther* is no end to the multitude of fsjhlonj 
-In hate. At » Tag*' Hat Store. 6*7 Washington 
«reet (second bat store below Kearny), all theae 
Jtw Etylea can be found. The stock is immense 
—the prices are reasonable, Every one wbo 
.floee there 1* gure to be raited. 



Setting, E cameling. 
-dene. Jewelry tor sale- 



TaU stable. 

The dying e^QQEel of a Monroe -w-jmsn 
aiven tj herdiughtar on^bt W be graven in 
gold, and impressed on every young gitL l< 

was "Never tmro a blue eilk. 

. .*, -, — . 

Wo raw at SnttrafiP. 

Dieraeli trust* that the wifldom of Patlis 
ment *iil remove the aoomily of elixio^- 
tiog tha franchise from a boasshold or prop- 
erty qualification when held by a woman. 

A Nawtlral Dc«trt>iloa 

A tei-fariDg man, who waa reeenUy m«T- 
ritd, gives the following description of bis 
bride and her apparel, which we think will 
put some cf the "«c ety" papers to the 
b neb. 

My wife is juet as hendeome a crsfta? ev- 
er left the millinery dry dock*, is clipper 
built, and with a figure-head not oft n seen 
on small crafts. Her length of k;el is five 
f;et eight ice*i«», over a'l fife feet eleven 
inches, displaces twenty-seven feet of ea- 
bic ait; of ligbt draught, which adds to her 
spetd in a ballroom; full in the waist, spars 
trim. At tje time vre were spliced 
ehe w s newly rigged, fore and aft, 
w.th standing rrgging of lace and flow- 
ers, cu:Dra.i part silk, with foreetsyasil cf 
Valenciennts. Her frame was of (he best 
steel, ovtred with silk, with wh.lebOLe 
s sulo :eons. This rigging is ioteoded for 
fair weather cruising. She has sis d a set of 
st >rm sai.'s for roagh weather, and i3 rig- 
ging oat a small s=t of eanvae far light 
squalls, whbish are likely to cccar in this 
laiitude sooner er later. I am told in run- 
ning down the street before 'he wind, she 
aoiwsreto her hela. beaotifu'.ly, and can 
torn sr.nnd ia her own length if a hand- 
somer craft patsee h*-r. 



At a rLO nt ule at Mears. Christie i 
Manson's London, there was a l.-rge and 
«e 'l-piiutel portrait to which no name w-s 
attached. It w.s pnrcbasedhy Mr. Graves, 
of Fdll Mall, who, on examination, found 
it to be a portrait of Sir Christopher Wren 
painted by Wanderwef. 



It is only great souls that know how 
much glory there is in being good. 

There is no substitute for thorough-going, 
ardent, and sincere earnestness. 



Bemo\al, 

Samuel Swift has removed from IIS to 118 
Post street. Sewing macMoes rented and re- 
paired aa nsuil. and sold cheaper than ever. : 



Oysters, 
In strolling roond the other nlghi. 
To look at 'Frisco by gas light, 
uur careless feat, by chance did stray 
To whore a fountain's ceaseless play 
Of sparkling waters, made a screen 
Through which a sweet bouquet was «oen ; 
While mossy atone and pearly shell. 
O'er which the waters doftly fell. 
Made that winaow seem to be 
Rome fairy grotto of the sea, 

otop," said my friend, "let's go in here— 
it looas so nice — snd try their cheer." 
"All right," I said, "I must agree 
That this place suits me to a 'T.'" 
So sooner had we found a seat 
Than at our side a waiter neat 
Made his appearance, asked our wish— 
said they cad almost any dish 
That we mignt name. We found It trns, 
And ooct&d a%a#rnAc9«fly, tot; 
All kinds of oysters, juicy, fat. 
Cooked every style; just think of that, 
And If your month don't water, then 
Ton're different from other men. 
They'd clam sand crabs and terrapins; 
Iu fact, we fouiid they had within 
That cosy place oil kinds of game. 
Fish, hash or fowl which we oouid name, 
While every dish was, I am sure, 
Prepared to tempt an epicure. 
The ladies, too, have found, 'twould seerx, 
That they hava here the best ice cream; 
So here they nock, the little sinners. 
To get what they call "such nice dinner*?.** 
W&oever doubts this let him rush 
To three hundred thirty-seven Bush, 
And there this truth he'll and made plain: 
Who goes ther* once will go again, 
Pacific Oyster Bouse, S37 Bush street, above 

Montgomery; open Day and Night. 

(THAHT.BH HA ARE. Proprietor 



Fr*eh and Sweat. 

Far the bast oonfectiooerr, g* to Oaacr and 
Wagnars. 107 Montgomery St. near 6nUot. 



A great variety of Ties and Bows, all styles, 
Just received at the What Cheer Laundry, 121 
Leldesdorn* street. 

QLajmoTASrz. — Madame uiar* Afitonla, the 
Clairvoyant Physician and Independent Traree 
Medium. 313 Kearny street, bet. Bush and Pine. 
Consultation* in Knglish, French and Grexman. 



There was atru? ssnse of the dilight of 
intimacy in the girl who dtclared that she 
never loved her lover so well as when she 

tod him how ma^y pair of st:ckioge s^e 

Lad got. 

The ATrra t s Editor. 

"Ia Peeth, the other day, a youthful 
p-odigy repeated the Lo-d's Prayer in twen- 
ty-two languages./' Wu know a newspaper 
man who cm "oriticieV 1 in fourteen lan- 
guages, and Sjjoak tsem all at once. But 
an edit >r dee well who oin repeat the 
Lord's Pra\e: in one language. 



Good If ows. 

My customers and the pabllc sro notified 
that the opening of Montgomery Avenue will 
act necessitate my removal, but that I still 
keep the largest, best assorted and cheapest 
stock of men and boys clothing in the city 

Also great bargains In gent's famishing goods 
trunk*, vails**, hats etc,. Call before pruch&E- 
ng. EL Peyser, 719 Montgomery stree*, first 
store north of Washington 6 L 



San Pranclaoo Jewelry «anaracto*w 
^: ^1 6 . 16 lmerchM1 - »t»*t. Diamond 
All hinds of repair lag 
*-r 

X-olalooOnat. 

It IS aow eeceraltj koown that tb* act v# rm B *i_ 
Oi. to whiob »• oSocuo, POISOS oIk ^i!. 
as a nolaliU acid called bj chemist* ta ^«, « "■• 

■jaT'8 CKKME DB US ia not ooly -b*^L ' 

abl*pwTeB'JUr*.botwm.Ue,by iu aea&mil^M 
and *ootb<og qoai.tica, greatly r*li* T * ai! dLEttaam. 
i ag symptom' ^^" 

J>on*t Pay Other People's D^bta. 

But buy your furniture and Bedding fo r CMB 
o'r, A,8haberk0>. 707 Market Street, who 
Sjives no one credit, so make no bad debts and 
therefore sell fir smaller profits, and leas 
Prtoea than any other dealers la Saa Frsnd* 
-00. 



Pratt's Abolition Oil 
Ooree iUteurnatsam and Neuralgia 



Af.crthoTae»ti-«8 are out 

Too aboold not fall to go and try aom* excellent 
Eastern C am Chowder at tb* Hot Scotob, 336 
Ba;h Street, their liqaor* cannot b» exosllad, tha 
eely ealooo wb*r* ag>od Tomaad Jerry or Hot 
PBDch«*oaa be got, all drinks plain or fancy 10 
ce&te. £3 there one* and again yea will go. a 



A lady t j:d a "prominent physician tbe 
other day that the had eiten s>ft crabs, ber- 
ries and ice cream, and did net know what 
we* tbe matter with Ler. 



"It ccsts as much," says tbe Rer. Henry 
M-jrria, "to lauLCh a woman oa tbe so* of 
lifein these times as it would to fit out a 
snuli schooner." 



Lottaia London, 

An English paper says: Lotfa, the fa- 
moos Ameiicin actress, his been the gneot 
of tbe Lord Mayor of London and family. 
Stie was present, by invitation, at the grand 
banquet given to the Mayois of England 
a.d Walls; tweuty-f.ur laoiea being pres- 
eant. This young, beantiiul and fcccom- 
plebed lady is feted by tie higber circles cf 
London society, and her return to America 
will be deaply iegetted by the many frlecds 
she has med.- upon this aide of t_e water. 



Corns, B anion*. Iaaarrotvina; NaUe. 

A perfect cure warranted by Albert Scaoen- 
wald, 127 Second street. ± m 



Twenty Tnousand 

Paper Collars, all style*, tor sale cheap at the 
wbat Cheat Laundry, offloe 131 LeldesdorsT at. 

Oo jw t. eaaxxTer irom Corns. 

The uafortunat* sufTerers from Corns, Bua- 
tona, Olnb sad Ingrowing Kails, can find instant 
relief by applying ai Dr. B. H. Oowaa'g Insti- 
nrta, 310 Kearny street, from 1 to 6 fjl We 
^•A froai erperienc*. having te-ted tbe Poc- 
» >»r-scpabiUty. B*ueroDoes grver Ifregtrrre*. e 



Advise to tha Tooag. 

Jerrold said to an ardent young gentle- 
man, who burned witha deslie to see him* 
aelf in prin*, "£e&dfieed by me, yourg 
man; don't take down tbe shutters before 
there is something in the window. 



First Principles. 

Sambo; what part of man was made 

first, de beef, er de bones? 

Why, de bones Grot, else dar would bare 

bean nothing to hang de beef on. 
. ^«> 

Didn't Amount to Muchu 

A gentleman who knew Chief Just'ce 
Chase in his boyhood and youth, remembers 
the d-y when, a stripling, be bade bis moth- 
er acitu in their New Hampshire home, and 
started ont in t j the great world to achieve a 
name. Bbid the tearful matron to the gen- 
tleman, es she g*z;d at the retreating form 
of her son, "Salmon is a good boy; I 
shouldn'r wonder if, EOme d y he becomes 

a Governor; but ," (earning another 

son less promising, and who subsequently 
died aftrr a abort life of dissipation,) he 
never will do anything, be chews tobacco." 



Woman's Htljtrhts. 

One would U-lnk that it was one of woBcan's 
rignts to enjoy a" good a dinner as a man, and 
pay the same price for it. Nearly all the res- 
taurants " for ladies and geLtlemen" in San 
Francisco have poorer fars than those where 
gentlemen only di^e. There is ah rxcspnoi-, 
At the Fl0*EE3i BxsxarBAjrr, on washing. on 
street, at the corner of Dunbar Alley, ladles can 
get &n excellent brc-akiast, dinner or lunch, at 
a reasonable price. Henry Bocken, established 
since J8i9, provides every luxury tbe market 
aflord*, fc.ih ladies and gentlemen find User: 
flUhes to yieaae tns most eDicuresn taste, * 



L>x. Doherty 

Has devoted his study more particularly to 
Qhrenlo and specific practice, and as such is 
acw the mo*t successful ol any Physician in 
San FraccU>co. Oi3ce S19 Bacramento etreet. 
wrner of Lsldasdord, a few doors oelow What 
Jhcer House r 

White Labor Only !. 
Employed by the What Cheer Liuadry, 121 

Leldesdrttn* ajeet. • 



Pratt's Abolition OH 

Oores Stiff Joints, Sprains and Bruises. 3-c 



Crystal Sample Rooms. 

The Crystal, alive to the wants of the com- 
munity, has Imported direct. Szfwabd's cele- 
brated Scotch Weoskt, whiob all true lovers 
of good lquors will sample if wise. Brlody A 
Dunne, proprietor?, 535 Sacramento street, be- 
ween Montgomery and Sansome. 6-c 



Fruitand Conf«cilonery. 

For toe very finest Fruit and Oonfectionery 
go to O. Wler's Fruit Bazaar, oorner of Stock- 
ton and Olsy Streets. Fine stock of cigars 
sad Totacco. *$w. 

9WUDO. Moore, 

Formerly of Bass House Carriages, can be 
ound in front of Ooleman Bros, clothing esv 
ahUshment, southwest corner Hush and Mont- 
gomery ne. , or Dexter Stables. Oarrlaee orders 
lift at either place promptly attended to day 
or nhzht. atrednoed rates. m 



Star Shirts and Collars. 

All sorts and sizes, for sa'.e cheap, at the 
What Cheer Laundry, 121 Leldesdorff st, • 
Pratt's Abolition Oil. 

Cures Lame Back and Paralysis. 3-l 

We get no buFinees from Chinese, and we 
employ none to do our work, at the What Cheer 
Laundry Offloe , 121 Leidesdo rff street. • 
What all Ladles ore road ©C 

Ladles era fond of whatever is elegant and 
luxurious ill the world over, and nothing ap- 
peals so strongly to their dominant passion in 
that respect as a handsome carriage, with sty- 
lleh appointments and spirited hories. It Is 
not to be wondered at, thtrslore, that a lady's 
envy is excited at seeing a mere wealthy mem- 
her of her sex ia a beautiful CLirenc*, or oth-r 
fashionable vehicle, with a prond, da htog 
team. It Is important to know that the Occt- 
dental Ca rUges, which are lecondto son* In 
elegance, may be need by any lady in the city 
at any hour for any length of time she may 
desire. This virtually places those who engage 
them on an €quai tooting with the most fortu- 
nate of thair sex, and social heimony is there 
by established. Orders for these favorite car- 
riages may be left at the Occidental Hotel or 
at Bouton A Son's stables, Mo. 101C Stockton 
street. 



S.F. BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

BBookaellera fand OtatloD^r* 
&. H. Moore. *~'9 4'-',nr*toz!ery,a«!ar ai*:cbaet. 

Roalneaw CN>tlewe*- 
H**ld>. Bryant ± Strattoni Oelltaw.04 Poet street 

Hatchet «• 

Kats. B'.-da. Sulla «U>I'<>. California. Marks I. 

It. ntl-la. 
Q F.^ope. 6 Meatgomery Street. 

JmitioyiLtnl OflSee. 
Chinese BnploimeDt Co. — Pierce A Co., 627 Sao- 
ramento street- 
French Fancy *>!>"''». 
Locan A Oo., 19 MsD'.corosry. 137 and 10V Sntaov. 

Ilulr Jewelry. 
H. A. OaUeodsr, manofaotorer, 61 Second street, 

aunstsa Hair. 
Sampson. A. B. A Co., U'l Second atr*«t. 

Searcher «f Betonla, 
O. V. Gillespie. 6U Washiogoa s treot. 

Silver Prize Dreaa Fating, 
same. Bros**, No. 34 Third street. 

Wntcbei and Jnwelrv. 
H. A. Oallender SI Second street. 

Whtteners and Puper liian-rra 
A. W. Wbeldea. 22 Geary atree--. 

W l ilea an* Uqnora t Wboleaale.) 
fHnen V A Oo.. *4 Frooi 



ASSESSMENT ROLL OF 
SAN FRA CISCO, 
!873-'74. 



CLEHK'S OFFICE, BOiRD OP 8UPHBVI- 
ao re, Sao Francisoo. Jo yT, 1873 
Paotio ootloo ia n-r-bj ri-.d. id accordance 
with Section No a&Mof ihs P) iticaT Cole, that 
t^e Aiaewmsnt. Riii of tbe City and Conn ty of 
Sao Francisco, for the naoal year 1373-74, baa been 
eiTnp.eted an 1 delivered over Umau LUrk of tbe 
B)ard of Saptrf.sjrs. and will be open diiijfor 
examination io tbia < ffije from 9 o'clock A. M. to 4 
o'clock F. St. . and that said Boa "d of Supervisors 
met to examine tbe Asaessment Holf and eqaailzn 
the assetsmeot of propeit? 00 this MONOATf 
it'iERXOj.VJu; 7so. 1873 at 2 o'clock, and will 
con'ione in eeaiioo fro-n time to time on til tbe 
bnsinesaof eq a izstion presented to teem is dir- 
r>"^ed of, bnt not lit -r t&as the '.8th da? of July 
137.'. 

All Applications for Correction of As- 
sessments are Aeqaired to be Veri- 
fied by Oath. 

Public not oo ia aleo b*r*by civan, that in ao- 
OOrdaoeewiib Sections 1397 ard .89) of the Po- 
litical Code, tbe Mi.itiry R,U bss been comple- 
ted, aellrered over to me, and is now op<n for ex- 
amnatioa and oorreoticcas or^Tidtd by law 
Extract From Political Code. 

Section 3627.— All property most bo assessed at 
it* [nil cssa valoa. 

Section 367i. ibe Board of Saparvj*or* of eaoh 
eoonty mast meet on tbe first Monday in Jnly 
in each year, to examine the aseeeament book and 
equalise tbe asaeesment of props. ty la the-coaoty 
I-, mast contifjue io session for that pnrpoae from 
time to time ontil the bosinoas of equil'zitioo is 
dispoBod of, but not later tiao the f on rib Mon- 
day in Joly, 

Oectiuo 3b*7J.— The Board has tbe pow?r to de- 
termine alt omplalnteia regard to tbe asieesed 
viioe of property, and mar ( -xo a nt as prohibited 
in this Title) corre<t any va nation by adding or 
dednotingenob sam as may be necessary to make 
it conform f t le aotna* oaab value, 

Ssction i'jii — Jh'.d radnction mast be mad 3 , in 
tbe tb ration of oroperty, onlees r je pirty affec- 
ted tbercby o bis aiieot makes and files wUb tbe 
Boaid a written asplioat'on tberefor, verified by 
bis oatb, sDowing the ficts oporj whiob it is 
olaim<d enriH redaction nrjoald be made. 

Section iSJ\— Before ibi Bowd grants the ap- 
plioatirv* or mtkea any redaction applied for, it 
must fint examine, en oath, the person or the 
aeent makinp the aoplloatton touching tbe vane 
r f the prooerty of each Deraoo. No redaction 
mast be made unless each person or the ag*>nt 
miking tbe anpl cation a't;nd* and answers an 
qu<sticBi pertinent to the uqairy. 

Section 3^76— TJpoe tb* b a *r.ng of tbo sppli- 
oation theBxud may subpeeaa snob wiin«*Bes, 
bear sod tak* *ach evidence in relst'on to tbe 
eobjsct pending as in its discretion it m*y deem 
proper. JNO. A. KU SFLL. 

JT-9 td Olerk Board of baperTlsors. 



FIGARO 

JS "HEBK. TfllSaE AND IVERYWHEBE," 
and is cocBtamly meeting a change of readers 
In tie Tbeat-ee. Trsvelfui? OonTdyanceB, Hotels, 
and puoliti resort* generai.'y. 



FIGARO 

CIRCULATES IN THE BEST SOCIETY. IS 
piaoed in the baxisof nearly all who come 
to the city to make port >ees, and is therefore tb* 
best of adTertising media . ■*. 



FIGARO 

CIROCTATES AS HOUSE PBOGBAJiME IN 
every Theatre in San Francisco. 



FIGARO 

IS DISTRIBOTED EVERY DAY THROUGH* 

A oat tbe centre of the city, in all H>;*le R=r- 
UOTaaU. Saloons, bteres and Offloe;. 



FIGARO 

I 8 ^°!? 10 P!j* tb .P «veby day on the 

A Oakland KerryBoata to catch the nausngem 

h»t arrive by thegraat OverUvnd Tralo. 



FIGARO 

IB MAILED EVERY DAY TO ALL THE 
principal hotel* la California, Nevada aad 
Otajeya a t a * papers left in tb* theatres at sight 
being gather id «p aad saved for that purpoee. 



S 



HALL'S 



l R< 



P A R 

A PR » 

R S ' L l 

S A A , 

YELLOW* 

DOCK 

AND 

IODIDEof POTASS 

npHE BEST 8PBIKO XSSIDm 

In aie. Parlfle, the Blood of .11 

morbid, earrcpt and Inp.re matter. 

Cure. Khenmatlam and Mercurial Pal.. 

Bold by all BrvrKtat.. 



A6E»CT, 11T Uym'.ME 8TBEET. 

SOLE AGENTS FOE 

DR. PEBBl'l LAST CBAHOE aad 

»B. PIBET'S 1TK8F1IOT P1L1A 

j«-10 



POSTERS, 

ProgrMoaieB, aad .11 kinds of Pristine for 

snow. ijEorr/BE. comcebt. thi. 

A.TK.E and CIBCTJ8 M A> A«KK8. 

AT LOW BATK8. BY 

^. 3?*. Sterett 

SS« CX.ATT STREET. mkl 



I MANUFAUTUREK 
B E P II B EB 



THOMAS W. BREE, 

&) DSU1S, B8IW0S, 

^&»^ — irTD— 

OTHJELS MCSICAL I >MTK I M F> T*, 

ESTABLISHED IN 1S0S. 

isarLecsons giren on tbe Banjo and Dram. *>*.• 
MISSION STREET, between First and Hecond. 

N. B.— Fine-toned SilTer bok> Banic* tor Pro- 
sasiorta!* always on band <al3 if 



FREE AND EASY. 

KTEBT lATUKDAT KI8H1. 



Piano and sirring at e P.M. 



CHARING 



* 



SALOON 



600 Mlaalnn street, near Second 
EAGLES A WILD, Proprietor* 



MISS N. SCULLY, 

LADIES' 

FA.HIQKaBLE rfMR DRtSSER 

Has Ren-ortd to . * tt *B 

sat Washington st„ 

Fonr doors below Stockton a -re* 
Hairwork of all Descriptions made to order 
Obarges moderate^ jell lm. 




a/SRS. EGGERT, CLAIRVOYANT, TEST 

1TA and Traooe Medium — Oanbseonaalted 
>o bnstoees or sickness daily, from 10 a, if to _ . 
i p. H. Spiritual Circles. Sunday, meeds? sad 
Friday evenings. stSP.af., at Ler residence, »«8*« 
OTarrell fiLrwet. oesr HasoB- m *^&-lm 



* 



Bar Sugar 

FOR SALE — S18 KEABNY ST3EET, AT 
HERDER'S. _ Aleo, erarr kind of Oaadia, 

WholMals uid R.t iL 

„o7tf H. A. HKBCEB. 



Lyon's Portable 
KITCHEN FURNACE, 

IN ITS ECONOMY OF COAL AND STOVE, 
as a perleot cooker, broiler, to&Bter. and nat- 
iroo heater, is a necess'tr to every housekeeper 
who wiebee to cave tbe stove and two-tbirds of 
thefaeIitconsno.ee. It is cheap— $1 W. Call and 
eeett at work, at Stombs A Milter's, plumbers, 
grU>-fit'ers, tin, copper and stove store, opposite 
Maguire'a Op«ra Hoo^e, 6t7 Waebington street 
iSAAOCM. WAFD. Ageot of the Paoifia Ooaat 
she tiade sopplied. jn6 lm 



Philadelphia Restaurant. 

OHAS. T. BEROOLD. PBOPBIKTOR. 



'PHE 

lOS PINS STREET bei'ff.enKe.rcy 
,nd KOBtrom.r. 



_ OHOIOEST MEATS AMD 
Vegstables, Board by tbe wood. 



?s» 



MILITARY COOOS 

....asTD. .. 

GOLD AND SILVER THEATRICM 
TRIMMIHGS, 

9M& Monta^raery strt«t, B.oaa ATo 

mill tf T. RO DOERS JOHNSOI>. 



EDWARD PEEL A CO., 

C85 and 01? Washington street, 

HAVE OPENED A COOKING ESTABLISH. 
meet a'' tbfs place for-tbe psroo-ie of preoar- 
Int BALI. aUPPKRS and LUNCHES FOR PIO- 
MOS AND SALOONS, on tbe most reasonable 
terms. Lunches tf slivered in any part cf tb* city 
fae* of charge. Tb* pa'roaag* of tb* saloons in 
-■*- ~- ■ ■■ - - •■*&. 



th* city ia respeottaliy solicited 



jrrtjm 



I^SMllea Vlsitinu Cards. 

Written, engraved or printed by Johh P. 
DWYatB, 136 Sutter street, opposite Lick House, 
sad at the Grand Hotel. M. B.- 
cszxrs argaTXT luaxBD. Pnratijrtrwrjp of < 



E? 



K 



i l 



' »SI PMI 

' ' . - . m"* ft 5 I 



..I 




^ j^ ' FUfllftSHEO ROOKS ' 

*"' ' Month 

! WEST Tf.M n TEl. 



• as rmAmw» thv*«d&t. nn «<■. una 



V.I. XVII. ■• 114. 









■I 



4 

low' 

OCK 



"'"laRR.*. 

u, '»»i niu, 

ISDTsm 

'JJ"*»mu 
TER8, 

'"(•iciiitu 
■mi «Uin u 

>>bmn 

Sterett 

•it nun. u 

J v, mi 

RPIiATHR 

"CFiLfTOBIHj 

-in- 

nilll 

luhiii, 

«u iimtiun 

Bare Kim 

IIMnARIIB Ul 

RmMalaRj 



GRAND 

Festival and Fair 

nv 

BENEVOLENT 

PROTECTIVE ORDER 



CALIFORNIA THHATRB. 






ftVB-J.H* 



icuHMi 



»•»»>-. 



LORD DUNDREARY'S 



* 



INDEAST. 

rciDii urn 

Singing II* PI 
itrttV, iw *««« 

n, scuur, 

■ 

BuRm"* 1 * 

IHII11MW' 

in* "» 1 -' '" 
«*•«•* J* 

SStfaa 



i pun m'"'' 
i porttbte 

i furnace. 

■■bsse 

!eL<sS 



SEALS, 





HELD AT THE 



THE HOW. I AM f LIHO.il 

■ a jourati >■ llll-i" 



i 



CITY GARDENS, 



Sunday and Monday 
•xunrsr i2 o cfc aist. 

« ambers or tbb 

arr.at.c. Musical and Equestrian cc 
Prcfess'on 



' <• t a ntTr»n 

J TBI ■**•- - 

■ 

Ml Bit 



MR. ROTHFRN 

...... WALTER I KHAR 

J O. •ILLI4HSO* 

R. I.ORU 

..R.J PAUTIII 

It 

BfM H«l «R TUAI7T 

■INARRII Guma 

iiiiu iiamlit 



TO MY FRIENDS 



w aaaaaL*. • 



d O.R-.i.m<r 

ih« Or MR. 1 1. rilCRMII 



8»rarliT AI- rn WD. Jo:.' llth It 1 o'clock 

"ONLY BROTHER SAM MATINEE.'* 



- ■ with- 
m w» «jairttwt« Prtaww »*•*»•» • •od ibex* c .-im^qi- 
• »:-. o« to 

A. W BARK, C. 6. O. 8. 

At tb. A>a « . ■«*•* 7TB Hawkrl Btre* 

-OH TO- 
SHERIDAN CCMBYN.C.S. 



Monde? Jul; l*b wilt b- prrdeeed B>b»rt-ort Fi i? •*; Cta-d; 

DAVID GARRICK," 

XWC3FI. S O "2" 3E3C El 3Ft. IV 

• — 

RetiioioR hi-i original part of 

DAVID OARRICK. 

Ai raprmotwl br him for orer two hnndred nighU at the U .Tmarket Theatre; Loadon; tod for Ninety an 
DigUl At Wallaok'a Theatre, New York. 



Farewell Benefit 

- 
Last Appearance 

WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON • JULY 16 

-AT TBB- 

CALIFORNIA THEATRE. 

PALACE OF TRUTH, 

With • but of VolutMri from all the Tteatro 

It will give ma mach plauaro to moat you on that 
oacaaioo, anil mnob pain to bid good bj. 
Your OLcJiout Sariaot 

OWEN MARLOWE. 



ArimlHidn $1 00 

Reserved Heals .-, i> 

Too Box Sheet will be op*a et Grey's Mu.io Store at tea 
O'clock Wedootday mocking. 



CALIFORNIA INVENTION. 
•4 |f \ b> 




mXS»*&A 

1^4 



-tow- 
SEWING MACHINES, 

i DEITISTSIHO JEWELLERS' LATHES, 

Tbii Aa«>atkw cio In applied to tb* cp«r»ioc 

Of Bill Hull OX C«WUg jlSCblD't. DfDllatB - 

»nd J w»U*tb Lafh>l t:i ilrxp't'llr u 

vt.lj ■ -i % id tv 1;, .luf.oiil >, 

11 «T..:.t- trj* •]■■- of tbeirftsd- 

I*, Wblob li nngrntt.il 

tud Ibjurloiu. 

*7-*.pp,lottloQ m > 1* b; tb« Ag«oU for lb« 
SAWYER * WHtDOK, 

033 fVaxhlnKtoH Htre«f. 



til 






b\ 



i< coooi 

St.- 



ESS 



Tahoe 
Billiard Hall 

CUA«». I, ATONE, Prourlvtor. 

No. 417 Kearny Street, 

Bctwaan QkllforaiK »n ! Pio*. 
Thii *<«jT»it t«aflr'. bu '•.-■air ba*o eolartT'd. aad 
nta, etnlUbt * dp* B«t«1 t**»l»a. Th« b»«' L qiot* 
»nd ' !(«-> ai lb* B»r fir* larftB finely farniobed 
r^aiii*. Tor c -.ba »&d of[T»u p»rtiti on tb»'r i»n 
idmuJ nl*!. j Ma 







AZTEC PINOLE. 

MADE PBOM PABOHED OOBN, 

OO OD 

j Ai r. r»gnlfftr arllcl* of food. 
I A* a dirt for dyspeptics, 
I A- a food for children, 
| At a rftar-flffatoref the bowels. 
I Asa thlckenlnjit f -v soaps, 
I Ver bresdltiic cadets and ftsb, 
Par (he ase of biIsti, 
"or the site of prospectors, 
Cartluiiaorhcdit.ri, 
e'er the «iee ef eainiiTf, 
Wmm the sue of pUs.le.hore, 
Par <h« aee of evervbody. 

A 0OL-»SlSDl iUDt D, SJ WaVJl tesdi at S 
t's notlos. 

Ask, Toeir Bretrr fe-" It, 
gressrt aapplisd bj sal nbols f alser or 

AZTEC COMPANY, 
icraateete "ti-eel, Sea Fras«ls*e, 

)Sl7-lB3 ^^ 



WANT1 



SIcDASIEL'S THEATRE 

caaTAjr.NR, imohiho. 

FHREE GOOD VARIETY WOMEN 



s K Beit eill Bad Ik to leetr sdrss- 

s«« befon liaftaa OpUletaU to tariaiopJ altfe 
*. at«» A Jtf ei^ 

ar* Loth Sea ft* L Obejtene, W-e-mJa«. 



R. F. OSBORN & CO., 

Iniporlrrs and Dr>al*rs III 

Wagon Hardware 

751 MARKET STREET, 

WOULD CALL ATTRITION TO 7HRIR Bns 
stock of H'JI.TS. WAHMpHS NLTti. AXI.Krt. 
OHd s d Hilr.r HUH BA^Dv I.AMI'B, snd 
TIPi. fall SMortmtot of UALB&tSLB. RIV. 
SK. sto, 

— ALSO— 

Depot of Philadelphia 

CARRIAGE AND TYRE BOLTS 
]td8-lt? 



Pacific Purchasing, 

PRINTING DRAMATIC, MUSICAL, LECTURE. AND 
EQUESTRIAN AGENCY, 

Rooms lO and IT — 6SO Washington street. 



OPERA HOUSE, 

_SAN fOSE. 

Tbi. thutr. will h» l.u«d oallb.r.l term, far .is 
moDtb. or b, tb. r*.r to .n .ta.rl.aoed m.n.rflr. 
ba.lo.'. rrqa-rioit nr.b.ano, fromN.o J->B. Tb, 
nnutec.o.ow b. r.st.0 b, tb. nifbtor w.*k on 
lOW WTBI. 

SBA TtKO CAPAClTr 1,200. 
S. BIOIIA1IU. Proprietor. 

BAN JOSS 



Liverpool and Great Western 

steamship Company, 

CARRTING THE TJ. S. MAIL. 

TIGHETS SOLlilo AND FRO! 

TIVERPOOL. QUBBNSTOWN.^^C** 
*-* Looa-^d-m. H»ttbar«b,Brsrneo,SiIae4m«. 
SUvrs, Psrla, SwsdsD, Bal«iom, Korwsr sod ell 
Ho return oittss. 

Tbls Oompsrjf bu srrsnc«m»DU with toe Oem- 
mlBSlODsrof Fmlgratioa end Bsllrosd Oompsolss 
st New York, r-r wblcb pss n agsw srs premptlr 
forwsrdsd to tbs Pse.fls «cs,t t. 

For pettloelsra apply to 

at. B. JACKBOlf, A«i»at, 

roi»iei IBS afeatsTeaaerr street. 




'RES JXTSTT^ EASY 

....BVKRY... 

Haturttny 1-. ven iuer, 

ATBIOHT O'CLOCK 

AT THE OLD ORIGTKAL 
RED LluN.10 Gear? strest. 

wti.r- jon asn li'v. HOT AND 
OOLO DKINKtof fit. r-rjboit 
n"»iMr. Tbs "O'd Soon" Is si- 
esT* od bsod. Dropie 
DAVB HKNDa.6. Propristof. 



SPBCIIL NOTICE TO 

Picnic and Bull Committees. 

WE ARE PREPARED TO FORNISH 
BAM'h sud URUUKM!'..\8 oompossd of 
'in' boat nmeiolrtn" in tbe StsLs, oafHr oonps- 
toat learte-O, st fai r rstSB. 

■tVTbs BaeineBB srrnDgsmeots ol Drsmttlo or MdbiosI KotertslQment.,.FKTKS. P1UNI0B 
»to., Attended to. 

■9-A1I onuioerB satrasted to at will b« ezeoated with promptooss. No ahsrgas msdo oxosp 

for ssrrloss sotasll) p«rtoimsd. __ — „ 

SlIKBIIiAN CVBBTN A CO. 



MIBB MIrVNIF, WALTON, 

....WrTB,... 
TWO NEW DBAUAS, 

Is preparsd to sooept snecgemests (or 8 or 12 
nigbtt oomnsDoisg id July. 



Attontioii. Good Livers! 

*f R. P. BBROEB. FORMERLY 

lYa propftstorof tbs Mtoors* Rse- 
Uarsot, bss t**«n tbs msnsflsmeot 
of both tbs BliQOtV Rssiaarsot os^ 

Oommsroasl ttrset sod tbs Miners' *l 

Brsoob od Market street. Id partDersbtp wltb MB. 
A- DBAYEUK, who bu beso ooonected with the 
Brm for jfusri. Improws-nnuta huTs been made b> 
the oaleioe depsrtaei. that will render tbe Mi- 
nsrs'mors popnlar thsa It bat e?er been dnziag 
tbe n jssraef 1U prosperity. Oar Bills of Fare 
•mh"oe all tbe dolt osovss of tbe usaon. Oar 
motto is "Good Fare, Good Oookiog sod Moderate 
ObArgea'* „„ 

P. HERfiKI A CO. 

MINERS' RESTAURANT, 

BSl and BU Commercial. Btwi 
7fll» Market streoi. 
Opeit rom K A.K. to W P.a weJ' !■> 



ALIFORNIA AND NEVADA 
VOLUNTEERS, 



HONORABLY DISOHARQED FOR ANY 
cease, at Dram Barrsoks, or any other, 



^- *_ v«UEn,iaif Lfi mil uat'Haa, vi mug utut^r 

plaosOTertfO nlles from plaoe of enlistment 
ere eatited to idditiooal Travel Pa?. 
Apply to, 

J. R. ROBINSON. 
jo-lS-lo* CJtO Montgomery street 



1 



THE OLD 

Hot sootcn, 

15 Mort.B Rtre.t. our Kf.rnr 

All Drinks Xen Cents 
Hot Drinks a Specialty. 

THE BEST TOD JNDJtRRY II TOWN. 

Alwar* od file tbe New York Herald, Harper '» 
Weekly. Frank Leslie's, Day's Doings. Police Ga 
setts, ail tb* Oelifornla paMre, also London 
PaaoD, Bell's Iilfe, Illastrated Condon News. OaU 
end SAtlefy yoaraelf. 

ear* Don't forget tbe alga of the Hot Scotch. 

fe7 tf W. t*. WALDRON. Pjoprietor. 



HARRY MYERS, 



la, Baiaaa^Qlria 



1,-n-ia 



I>«. LEE OHUN GEE, 

CKLEUKATED 

Oriineae Ftiyalolan, 

101T DDPOKT RtBICT, 
BttwMi PaalSe ataS Jacrao. Se*. 

il-U. 



SANGER HALLE 

(SINGER'S BALL.) 
14 OKABY BT., NEAR KRABN1. 



Mene bo* tbe Ohalcest iiroode af VTlae* 

and Llqnor* oa hated. 

SENT WEYAND a lASCHl'S BAT IREWtl' 

(.IS tr CHRIS FSLOUMMK. 



PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE. 

VXK4INLA CITY. MJETAJjA. 



Parisian House. 

BAIT RAFAEL, 
ONE BLOCK FROM THE RAILBOAD 

L. THORIN, Proprietor. 

FURNISHED ROOMS 

....AMD.... 

H. estaurant. 

rir.t 4aaUtr •' Wlnaa, U«- 
Ror. and ttgurm. 

BOAIOERS .TAKHO BY WEEI OR MONTH 
auW in. 



rBJB ELKOA1TT THHATM HAB 1 
oaooraUl. "to aaRbaBRllaAbfahaRlRkiR 
it tb. w..k. HUr. and toar^loA oomRaaUi 
.bordl, Baaa.4 wRi ^Fjr£ <a SSn!K_* M * 

Or to 3. BL hAaII. 
aaa WaWlnrlllR ami 8 m f raa <di. 



WANTED. 



A Leading man, Jnrenlle and Gomrdisn. Those 
wbooan make tbsmBsPrei gsnsrally nssfnl end 
trsTel for a iare bat low salary. VarleW talsnt si- 
bo wan t A ddrete, O. A. LB.WIS 

XsTlTBZiADCOXtE, 

ALAMEDA OO , OAU 



TSX JClTRHAi OK AatUSEICKHTS. 

■aBosfceo. everr Day ,n ^ *•** ** 

B O O -A. li 33 T7 S 



l«,ekut »»d Stt* WmaJalngtM »f 

Beicrw Montgomery. San gTsaaanA 

1873 



THURSDAY -HTLT. 10, 



From Ui DaofeOT Kt»i 

An affixted BrookflcM nooun borrowed 
a oarbit-top table to cm ar a frmeraJ. 

Itdoeio'tteom pocsible tbat one who is 
called W.B5 flboaid aV.tsspt a balloon trip 
across the Atlantic. 

Wearenot going to Earope, as bis been 
reported. We Barer shall leare oar pest 
again— maleea we get a pas'. 

Miaoesota U the olIv 8ute io the Uoiod 
worth ft Continental Dam. It is ti:catsi at 
Cbengtnitana. 

Txe ^ro:nen pretend thtt thay are in need 
of suffrage, bat they would be content with 
an eye in ths bick of their bead. 

An e derly Pine street lady, who has live 
T&aagntphews, walks around her Btovse, 
ooca eve y hoar, for a week before the 
fourth, counting the legs- 
It looked like rain all day Sboday, bat 
people went to chorea wi;h^ut umbrellas, in 
bopae to tempi Provideoe?. Their tract w*8 
beautiful, bat it didn't w^rk. 

People who bare waited several weeks far 
train, so they ould it: out their cabbage 
plants, were eirly at work Monday morning. 
Old smokers were beginning to Icok (cared. 
One of the most de-irable eights in this 
life is a yoaug man w.th a pur of robbers 
on his feet, an oil-skin hat over in his poc- 
ket, and an umbrella ULdsrbie arm, singing 
"Backed in the cretUe of the Deep." 

YcA. Tyndal is the friend of ths potato. 
Be eaye that the comp. uoded product of 
cxe potato for ten years will equal 510,000, 
000. It doesn't eeem possible, bat we under- 
Btand there are people in D*nbnry who have 
triad it, and Bay that it ie 83. 

At tuedipot, Moi-uay eve.iog, an esger- 
lojkiag man jumped from the train ai_d 
clasped a Waiting woman in hia arms. 
"Heavena: my wife," siid he. "Mercy! my 
rvffl »," laid she. Which Bbotred what both 
were thiDking of. 



Naiorat Eitongh. 

Mr. Me zi*s of the Bapfrvieors objects 

%> one thousand jftrJe of robber cloth being 
inquired for the hospital. If it had been 
a ly other kind of cloth he would not have 
■aid anything about it, bat rubber cloth 
should be made to ttret.-b. 



A Banger clergyman fell fool of tbe ipriBg 
bonnet', wh:c h , with gna felicity of ex- 
pressioD, he called "incomprehensible bad- 
dies of rineTy &nd frivolity." 



Everybody Soakei 
Fr*4'» Cnoics. five for fifty mdU, 111 Bast it. I 



HcPowell, Snow Card Writ«r 

Bead? made and made to order. Boom 10 

6(* Marke: fcirtet. eor. Poet and Montgomery u 



Wbtn to aee Sotbtrn too hive been, 

Before yoa Uke yocr homeward journey, 

At 'Spiers and Pons V ta2oon rrop In 
On S. W. corner Bash and Esarny, 

Pure Liquors there will win your thanks, 
Restore yon!— for tjq mast be weary 

WJtb riugblng at the "quips and cranio" 

Oi -'itretber Ssm ' T and ''Lord Dundreary.' 



Trae If^^T TIQtX. JPJiOton-rapti 
Gall* i*y 
rTo. 35 Talxd Siree*, l c again open, with lax 

gtr lights, mgre room, ml all th? laJeat im - 
provements In lostrnmmts. Cabinet Ben> 
breadtaonry S4 per doasn; Card Bememlrants 
Irani 12 :o 13 per dczen. No Oiioamen employ 
Cd. B. F. ROWLAND 7a 



For Waaron Hardware. 

Go to B. F. Oiborn i Oo '• , importers and deal. 
era at T'l Market Street. See ad rertiaemeo t. 6A 



Irtd'i Choice 

la toe flam Havana bit cigar sold in the State 
911 Bash street. 



I^oxixtxi cf July. 

Strangers. Lailes * Gtn'leman. before yon 
leave ; be city, visit ihe Carpet k Fsroitore 
Emporiom of JOUR C. EELL r early opposite 
the Gracd Hotel on Hirket et. Alro folding 
Chairs, Camp Stools. Ths Weed Cap t 
Sweeper, A tb3 finest auortmecta of Lace 
Curtains In ihe Bute, cf 



lTt-v© Hundred Hen Wanted 

Immediately. To sand their washing to the 
•That Cheer Laundry, 121 Leddesdorff St. 



I>orit ReadThle, 

Fot if joa do you will spend all of yonr 
m'ney baying yonr family drefs-goeoV, boi- 
ieriei. 'able-clo bi, children's ousfitj, etc., at 
the cheapest and most fashionable place In the 
•ity. Frledlander s Oc's, So. 9 Third street' 
Nucleus Building: 3, B , 

Geo. Haas.Ai Oo. 

The great Candy Emporium, 10 Kearny 8t, 
near Sl.ik t. , * 



The Ties of Friendihlp. 

Friexilship between man and man is a^ 
beaakful as low between man and women - 
in a meteure. We were led to this reflection 
by a sight we witnessed yesterday morning. 
Standing at the earner of Montgomery and 
California street* were iwomenin tLe prime 
ol life, hale and etrtmg. ihough time hid 
streaked their locks with gray and traced 
some few lines on the brow o! eacb. Theie 
taeyeto*ShaDd grasped in hand. gazing iuto 
erca gibers eyes with trust and afftctton. 
We passed and looked on them with ad- 
miration; still the handB remained clasped 
and toey coaversel in a low tone. We 
thought they were old school make who 
met for ihe fl:st time after yeirs of separa- 
tion, and who were recalling thoughts of the 
days when th-y were boje together. We 
wtre uideceiTedwhen ihe taller of the two 
friends said in a voice load enough for as B 
hear* 'Til 1st yon have twenty scares b:- 
caoje yoa are a friend of mine" aed the 
other one replied ,: notmacaYou don't sell 
oo wild cat to me'* and then tbat shortest 
f tend shook the idlest friend— by the band 

and they parted. 

* 

Retaratd from Ihe War. 

Banker of the BaHetin who wrote eccb 
graphic letters from the eeat ol tbe Slcd.c 
War baa retained. He stales tbat the report 
tbat he is engaged to be married lo PrioessB 
Mary, Captain Jack's sister, isnLtrae. 



Prom the French. 

Tue new theatre or Bash street has been 
running a play entitled "Li Snperbe or the 
mystery of Chateau Blanche," It id laid to 
bs a transition !;om the French. The 
translator shows bis knowledge of that Hn" 
gaage by writing "Chateau Blanche" ii-suad 
of Chateiu B.auc. 



Absojrd : 

The Alt* Local Brevities man is talking 
aboat "brains" again. We don't see why he 
need bother himself about biaine; he gels 
along very well without any. 



Keep np ffomea Down. 

lu order to ''ksep wamen in their plice'' 
it seems tbat they most be paid less than 
men for an eqaal amount of work. The 
lady trachers of Ban Francisco protsei 
against their salaries being cat down and 
we are sore tbat they have tbe eympahy of 
every right mioded man. When women 
can make as mu:h moaey as men they will 
become mora independent acd will cot 1 e 
forced n marry fools or tyraate for the Eake 
cf being supported. 

Think all you can of the good qualities of 
others: forget and keep silent concerning 

tieir bad quilities. 



Jones, who had lately been married, says 
tbat courtship is bliss, but matrimony is 
b'Jt er. 



T&EBosicauClAKs were a eet ol p&ilotopbers 
W-.o fiotn*bed in Gencaoy doriog the Seven- 
teenth Ceslory and preieoDtedprofonnd research- 
es toto natural soience to discover the clixiref 
Life. Ther vere impreeeed with tbeprcpeit-esof 
b' rbil preparations, acd found dynamic and psy- 
cbo'oKio force Id ihe rxlract of certain pUct-. 
P1P1FAX is dne te tbtir reeearcbes. H is Bade 
from twenty different herb*, gathered wbeo thefr 
jmces are nr jof est.formicg a combination con- 
taJel in the materia midica. PiPIFAX asaitts 
--dfortfijs cit3f«. It drives to the extreire 
parte, and throosb the cores of tbe akin allemnxc- 
■. jries oi tbe body, the b»d homora which raoleet 
it, giving relief even in disease ih« most refractory 
and d fBjalt to care, each is aguee, neuralgia, and 
many comtlain's baving their digin in tbe brain 1 
fbe inUaetice it hse oa the sympathetic and 
pnsumogattric ifrves is very an-pria'Bg. If an 
as ifi d patient tri"ePIPIFAX hs.will beaatoe- 
iaieii' tbers.i.Jit wiU bring to hie weaken-.d 
nervea" Tr 



A. Pleasant Locatloc, 

Pereccj defilrlng ocan'ortable lodglngt ha a 
>ntr*l location, ehonit visit the eJhambre, 
and Inepeot tbe fine erites of rooms to let there 
Tne t tallica is a very fine one and U wall 
lighted iidventUUed. , 



Or, Barlow J. Smith 

Is giving a conrs of Free Lectures to &entle- 
enen on Sexual Physiology and Kervoiu Dis- 
aaees at bia Hygelan Ball, 697 California etreet, 
Bvery Friday evening, commencing at 7$f o'clock. 
k part of tbe evening la devoted to examining 
and prescribing for patients.. Dr. Smith gives 
phrenological examinations in regard to health 
to invalids dally, from 9 to 4 r v., tree. w 



Dental Werar. 

Fob nKEST qc*i.:tt of work, go to T. O. Jes. 
sup, dentist, oor. Eattex md Montgomery, over 

Tucker's. --c 



Photojrrapnie Ctius. 

At one dollar per dozen at tbe People* Art 
Oallery, S4. Third ttreet between Stevenson and 
stiaakm street. a 



"Love," says an amorous writer, "is an 
internal transport." The same might te 
said of a canal bca\ 



Daring the war & letter written by a reb- 
el soLaVat to bis sweetheart was captured, 
wherein tte writer i aid: -'We will lick tb6 
y«r»fee twomerrer if goddlemity spares q\.t 

Morning Li if lu va. Mldnleht Oil. 

At the re:eat Literary Food dinner in 
L'>ruoD. Mr. Tom Taj. or, the dranut &', 
siid that doriog bis twenty-two years in offi- 
cial life, his literary work was chiefly done 
in "the invaluable three boars before breaV- 
fist." To this we may add tbat Qecrge 
Eliott'e favorite time for composition ie 
from six in ths morning (ill oine, and Mr. 
Anthony TroDope "breaks tbe back of tbe 
day," as Sir Walter Ecott has it, by improv- 
ng the same shining boors. 



Too Smart, 

A facetious senior rsked a freshman to 
tel him tie difference between a fcC-Eirri'e 
and a sick family: bat tbe langb was on tte 
se-ior. for the freshman ioetantly replit d: 
'No differecee. A sick fami'y is a family 
tbat is sick, and a facsimile means tie 
same." 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



PETER FEKN1NDFZ PETER AGTIBRE 

FERNANDEZ & AGUIRRE, 
Fnsh.lonaV>le 

^HATTERS, 

No. 329 Kearny Street, 

Bet Bu*h aod Pioe, HAJJ FRAMOiaOO 

B"! Midi to Ordtr and Recovatod. 



DIVIDEND NOTICES.; 



DIVIDEND NOTICE 

Fan Francisco Sayings Union, 

No. 333 California Street, 
Tomer of "Webb 
FOR THE HALF TEAR BADUvG WITH 

2Qib ol Jdqp, U'3, a diridead riaa beeo declared at 
tbe rate of ome and tii isotbe :96 10/ per Of n. per 
annorooa tera deposit*, acd eight l&'i per cent, 
perannamon oidioary deposits frae of Federal 
Taj, parable on and alt»r Htn of Jaly K3 

Bj- trdt.-. JLOVELJL Will i r, 
)*l-2w faabier 



The While Hoaee. 

Tbe White Honae is thronged every afternoon 
with ladies, the majority or whom nave come 
from a distance and consequently most need 
tome refrf sbmenta D: these ladiee know that 
directly opposite the Wnite Boqm 1b the White 
Hoc a BieTiraAUT. T v la Beatanrant has jn«t 
been re-fl^ea and enlarged bj Mr. B£eje», the 
p-oprietcr, with a special view to the cemfurt 
of ladlea He has taken great care to keep it 
select, anl the refreshments aru fir it- da* a. "6v 



Free cfDar.ger. 

Tbe latest Beoestion beiog worked cp by the pa- 
pers ia founded en a report that a gentleman be- 
cama inoculated with disease by smoking a cigu- 
mada by a Chioiman. Tboi« wbo do not wi*b to 
ran aeimilar rtak can avoid it by purchasing their 
oigareof H- ootliff at eithi r of hia etorea S» and 
&i- Kearsy Sueet. Mr. bat! fl manages to aall ci- 
gara made by white men aa cb>ap aa others sell 
Chinese cigars. H-a sale- are lane aed he iaetm- 
tect with a tmall prt&t. Thocgh cizteeo yean in 
boainess he bis never emplojed a Ohine=e cigar 
maker, from ooneitntioa" eoaviLtionF, and never 
intends to do so. KowU t those who are in earnest 
in their opposition^ Ohinaee cheap Ubor prove it 
by giving tbtir petronags lions wbo practically 
proves tii principles, and at tbe same time avoid 
tbe fate c f tbe nnfortnna e gentleman whs smoked 
a cigar which bid been beslobbered tyac unhealthy 
b'ftthea ____^ Y 

W. B. Stelleaberger, s22 Montgomery Street, 
Real Estate, Faralsbed Hsussa and Boom*, 
Select Boarding piaoss, rents collected, Fornl- 
l«re bought aadEolet Bu laesi opportunities 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



THIRD LECTURE 



DR. PAUL M. BRENAN, 

....AT.... 

PAOIPIO TTAIiIf, 

TiianJnj ETtuUp, Jatj 10th, 

FOURTH LECTURE, TO LADIES ONLY, ON 
THURSDAY AFlEKNOON. at 1 o'clock. 
Babject, HKALfH. EtADlY, Ai»D HAPPi- 
NKSs U» W:M^N. This is a del gbtfol Lec- 
iare, and enonld be beeri by every * Oman acd 
girl in the ciiy- 

FIFTHLHOiURE. tiften l?rEeno3l<\ THURS- 
DAY KVEN1NG. Sabject. THt ThUR LAWS 
OF MAN a Oa AJ«D THE MVSiERIB* OF 
MATRIMONY. jflOlt 



A CRANDRAFFLE 

A GENTLEMAN S TURNOUT COMPLETE 
■"■ on soeoaot of departore. One 5 year ol(j 
Scrrell Horse (aonod and kind, broke Bingle and 
doable. C*n trot In 2-4M. 

One new three-foorth bnpgy, Larkioa Jt Co.. 
mtkers. One cet of new Damecombe HameEB. 
Iiiy acd Night BUukt ta, Robe, Whip, etc., at 

"Rattler's Wine Parlors," 

834 BUSH STREET, 

Whtr) tickets can be btd. Tnrnont can be seen 
at the City Stables. To be rtfti;d on Saturday 
evening, July 26*.b. 1673, j Jtd 



"THE VILLA,' 
GOLDEN GATE PARK, 

TjeBni'dnc baring jnat ba&o completed, is 
eg t thrown open to tb» paotic. The hease t& tle- 
gsntly Inrci&bed, and has 

JFovxr I*ixt>lic Parlors?, 

— AFD— 

Ten Private Dining Rooms, 

The whole being bnilt. net like a public hotel 
bnt as it is naxed. 

An Elegant Villa. 

"The Villa" is located at the last or north-west- 
ern eats of tbe Park. 

Epicurean Breakfasts, Einners and Supper?, 
prepared oo ttaeanortest setice. 

GUOIO MANGENSERG & CO., 

PROPRIETORS. jj-lutl 



B.P.O.O. SEAL?. 
A SPcCIAL MEETING 

Will be held oo THURSDAY next 
•TDLY lO.b.al 2 o t ock P. M.. at 

ha: ter Uak H;ll. Bu*iosss in con- 
^B p.0.0.Sl^ 3 - cl ' 0a w i ,D the Grand Annnai 
Ni " ■ i * ' ' " ^ feetival and Fair will be transacted 
ai !L.« tneovJtc Members ot all dfgrtei are re- 
qu-;trd to a>aemble. Tickets are now in tbe haxoe 
01 theO.S. O. 8. 

A. W. BARK, 

G, S. O. 8. 
SHi:BIDA\ fORBTJt, G.-S 




Smoker* ask. for aTa sasrai Ckolce> 

i 'e fioestSaTaaa bHtiraroo the Pacific r* 3U - 
at FnO. W. Ecerta. «1 B»h street, between.Kear- 
ny an ' Mcntr^msry streets. 



I^ti/bilc Accommodation. 
Wanning at tbe office before 8 a. at., can 

be retnrneu m tbe evening If required; we 
nerer dlsappolEtl What Ctear Lanndry, 121 
LeldeedorS street. * 



Tfa© Beit Remedies, 

Dr. Perry'f Lata Chance, for pais. Dr. Per- 
tr'* Webfoot I Jla, for aU bUiocs oosanlalniB. 
For sale by all drnggteti. Agency, 417 Bacsome 
itreet, certiti of GosaancrcU], 



Asa Xj- Waiiaaman'a 

" CbJgajo Beer Depot," 613 BacramiDto street, 
between Hontgcmtry and Eeirny. TLe otle 
brated " Chicago Lager Beer," and (be best of 
liquor*. Dally lu-.eb, with lobtt-r salad and 
other delicacies, prepared by the epicurean 
Geerge Bott. Beer, 10 cents. Begnlir Ger- 
man lunches, caviar, Swi-s cheese and fand* 
wicnee, efrved to order. To lasch at Wangs., 
man's ie the thing. &-J 



Alexander ikte Great.. 

We Lave alwaye beliered tn: his existence 
his fame, and his exploits arj historical, (and 
pat const qoencc, we also belleva In bis re- 
nowned steed Bnc?phalurj bat we never conld 
have faith in that mythical, winged steed Pe 
garos till th? other day, on the Cliff House - 
road we law a team go by on the "wings ot tbe 
wind" and now, there Ls no limit to our aredc- 
lity in what horseflesh can do, if the Used* are 
supplied by Crittenden * DtJ*.on, Turf Gallery 
Stable* 209 Sutter 8'reef, 



YY URJfY UB 

If D bi yure 8HIBT i at So. 3 
4 Ecs cmera B alwalt tuittd tbar 
With the pryela ihaoel ihire un^erwar 
And evri tblng in the Fursiehlog line 
U kan git your mannee worth evri time 
Toilet articles 2 °' ev=ri kind 
ja>t tri tbem on:* aod bare in miad 
At the Old 8tand 3 2nd U 
TJ bi at jr. file tbat kaoi B Bet. 

BEVEDICT Ai CO. 



LADIES' FAIR, 

m aid or TEE 

Orphan Boys at San Rafael 

....*T.... 

COHKRtCnCG 

MOSIIil ETEXlJiG JXILXTtb 

OOHTIKUIKe DCRLNG IHB CTFPg 



Dividend notice 

German Saving and Xoan Society. 

The Board of Directors have declared tbedivi. 
dtnd on depoa u f >r the flrat half year 1673, eadiDg 
this dan: Oa Term Depotit-. at tbe rate of oine 
acd six t»lb per cent ' S< 6 10) pf r annom ; on «-.rdf- 
nar/ depoaite at tbe rats of eight per oeot (.8) per 
anDoro, free &f Federal Tax, payabls on sbd alter 
JauylS. ban Fr.ocisoo. Jon ) 3&Lh 1873. Byord.r 

jy» 2w GKO. LBT1E. tterretary 



Dividend Notice. 

SECURITY SAYINGS BANK, 

BO* SASSOME 8THETE. 

4 DIVIDEND TO DhPOSTTORS FOR THE 
J * half year ending Jnoe », Wt, baa tbeen de- 
clared by this Bank at !be rate ol AINE AJ«D 
SIX-Tf^THS (96:lil) p M cente por anoom on 
TERM Di^GcI S, acd eight (6) per cent per 
anoum on ORDINARY DEPOSITS, free of 
Fedsral Tax, pajabJe oo and after J nip 10 .873. 
By order. T. F. BAODN, Secretary. jy*& lw 



Dividend Notice. 

SAVINGS A»D~L0»* SOCIETY, 

eiOfjClAYSTXEET. 

AT JA MEETING CF TBB BOARD OF DI- 
rectors bald ibis oay, a dividend wre de- 
clared for »be bix mo. tbe erdioe Jane 20 ]( 73 ol 
cm* sod s-x-teethe if b-lft. per cent per aunnm 
ox ill depoe t Ireeof federal t&x, and payab'e 
"B axa atier to« ]5ih icet. 

CTHTJ4 W. CARMAKY. Cashiw. 
Sao Frsociaso, Jnly 8th. 1873, jylO 2w 



GERTRUDE M. GREGORY 

— OF IHB— 

GREGORY TROUPE 

I» request? d to comrancicit? immediatelj wiib 
the uodcraigDed. By so doiog ihe will bear sonie- 
hng sr.-at'-y to hr advaotage. 

J. H. McCABE. Theatrica] Ajjeil, 
j'19-Im 620 Washicgton 8treet, 



,«jay 



0YSTEE GE0TT0 

A clean and re>p*ctab!e Oyer 
House fitttdni par t>oBcly for ladies' 

428 PINE STREET, 

Above the California Market, between Kt amy aod 
Montgomery 5 tree I a. 

A. W. MANNING, Proprietor. 

jelA-lm 



THE CUFF HOUSE! 

ROARING OCEiHlTuRGIrlG BREAKERS 
F0AIKIII& SERF, WOBSTER SEA L OflS- 

Appetizing Breakfasts, Lunches, 
Dinners and Suppers. 

BRING TOUR WIFE! 

IIBING TOUa FAMILY! 
BRING TOUR LAUT FRIENDS 

And eniaf avisw ol tbe finest OCEAH PASO- 

Rft M . A IN THE WORLD, all in tight of 

tbe wcrld-reaowsed 

Golden G ate. 

With a fl?et of white*sieeaeDg(ra ett*-itg Irom 
svery partof ibe commercial world. 

S»->*ew Line Bnsaes, cooneotiDB with Street 
Care a'. Lorn Monatrio every 15 minoUB hereafter 
for the CI ff aonre. jjl-ti 



PICNICS, EXCURSIONS, ETC* 



S. F. and M, P; B. R. Co, 
CHANCE OF TIME. 

THE CHEAPEST ROUTE TO THE GEYSERS. 

OJTAWnAFTFR JOKE 1. 1973. THE 81KAM- 
or i.NT£LOPK, oonntcticg at Dooaona Laad- 
log with the San Francisco A North Paciflo Rait- 
road Compaoj for Clorerdale and all i n termed is aa> 
etatiocs. will leave Saa Piancieoo d*ilr (SondavB 
eicowd), from FrOLtelrett Wharf, at 2^0 p.m. Re- 
inroing, tbe train will leave Cloverdale daily at 
6:00 o clock A M , coooecting at Docanoe *ith the 
Bie.mer acd arrivicgio San Fianoiico at 11 :Mi am. 
1 ha e tea mere and oars m»k« oloae oonnaotloiis 
with etage> to and from ali polnte. 

saMAY excurs:onT~at redugeo rates. 

Leave San Pr*DClsco at 3 A. if. every Sunday 
arriTiDg at Ulovtrdile at 1 o'clock P.m. Reioroioe 
will l^ave Cloverdalp at 'J o'clock, airiviDg in Sao 
Franciwo at T o'cloo k This will allow excar- 
Bionifts sEvpial honre at anj of tha olacea aiosa* 
toe line &f iho ro»d. F&rsil iDforiration applr at 
the ComptL>'e cfflt.-e, -i«6 UoLtgomarj atreeu 

Ooandaiter Jane let, the Steamer will leave 
San Francis it 2 30, p. aft; the oara will leaver 
Ulovardale at 6 A. st 

»P'8 PET^R DONAHUE. Preaident. 



Badger'sCentral Park, Oakland 



MORACHAN& LYNCH, 

DEALERS IN 

OTSTERP. GLAUS an1 a'l ki 
of Shell Fish. Stall tto Ualiforan 
y.rlft. San Fisacitoo. Open Daj* 
and N'gh*. families. Public an1 Pri- 
vate Fatrei, Hotel*, bhip^iog and 
Reata?raat« Fupol'ed. j'3-lm 



m» 



IO Cts. JO Ct8. XO Cts. 

Per OlaiS for the Fioeei 

Wines and Liquors, 

acd the Celebrated 

FREDERICKSBURG EEER, 

—IS— 

FRED. O. WENTWORIH'S 
S Ji. L O O N>, 

601 KEARNY STREET, H. W. eor. 6»c. 
ie-19-«. 



GEORGE MJcT£B< 



\£b 



andail kinds of SHELL. FISH, 
StailaXoa. 40, 41, *** California 
ifsrfcet, enirs&oe on Osllfonls atrset. 

Pabiic or private parties i<ad fan; nee tropp^iea 
from fi A.M. to U P. at. Lsdies' sn<- Gsotlemeo'i 
i7T*M Hccea open frox * kJB. to 17 1 at Stalls 



THESE BEAUTIFOL GARDEJfS ARK NOW 
open for the aesioo, and many of tbe raos 
popnlai 

3E»X03NrX0» 

Will be held there. The sttrsetiona are nnmer 
ona. 8KAIING PAYIUON. MUSEUM, GYM.- 
NASIOM. Skating free oo weekdays. 

Admiaalan xs Cea\t« ■ 

OBILDRK* IO QKNT6. » p l7 tf 



BR. JORDAN'S 

GREAT ANATOMICAL MUSEUM,. 

A.nd College ofACeOleloe, 

10 000 .BEAUTIPUL AND LN8TRDOT- 

rfy'v:!/ ive ob)ecte to be eean. Own to the 
Public DAY AND NIGHT, at EOBEKA HAL1 
BIB Montgomery atreeL FOR MEN ONLV. 

■•-Db- JonnsA-'B Peiyate Opticb is at til 
uearywtr&ei Joppoate old Mechanics' Pavilion). 



ITS TTAH.X> TIMES- 

. . . .THUlEFOEE. ... 

(SAVE YOUK >10IS EY 

ET GOIXG TO 

THE PALACEJF FASHION 

A NOTBER FXOI1EMENT ABOUT THE 
Ja. New .-tore. 17 Second atrtet, oppoiite tbe 
GraDd bote). Olothiog of tbe latest and moit 
fashionable itylea mat'e to o>-def, t b«aper and' 
better than at any other hoose in the city. 

NOTE THE PRICES. 

Pants.* •■from $6 to $12 per pair 
Suits -from $29 to $50 

1 invite the inepection of the Choicest/ Goods in 
the maihet, 

A. MORRIS. 

No. 17 Second Street, 

j*n lm Oppo»ll« erud Hotel. 



DR.RENZS 
HERB 



The brent Tonic and Appetizer. For- 

S»lc Everjwhere. my& Sm 



J. C. COMBES, 
TEBRAPIN LTJlVCKr, 

Cor. Second and Tehama atreeta. 

f Terrapin con. tantly on band. 
Ojstere in every afrle. PRIVATE* 
SUPPER ROOMS FTB PARTIES, 



CANDIES. 



ALL ENDS. OE THE FINEST '-OANDlf 
rxadeatonr Steam Candy Factory daily. All 
irdeiE, oepe^aJlr from the ooantrj, are aolioitsd 
ard * ill be promptly attended w. 



\lWmm LODGING HOUSE. 

o^ FLNELT FUEV18EBD BOOMS. 6UI- 

7?S 2l.(Cain suite, 

■.■«[ wSlTCltl.tM «H TuUloWll 

Mil r»iimi.i,.rt'B/jiiiii«rn in FjUln<M>~wMI 



__ nnfnj^"ufisd*f^W i & let. Lodgim|wlth 

H^witbcm. board. ALHAJf ERA BOTLDlNO 
r 5»«h ■ 



VARIETY TALENT WANTED 

....ron.„, 
TBS VAHIETIB8,. 

PIOCHE NEVADA. 

Andreas. 

SAM'L NECMAN, BoBineae Manager, 
jell tf VARIE'iIEB. Pio^bes Nev. 



PIANOS 

...AND.... 

ORGANS. 

CALL AND EXAMINT-ENDS AND PRICES 
before pcrctaiirg eUewbere. Good bargains) 
to be had. 

A. L,. BA1VCROFT <fe CO.. 
IslStl 123 Mau-ket street. 



STEPHEN MAYBELL. 

Comedian; 

Parties wishing talent for city or conBtT_ cam 
eog go the cane by addressing s note to him at 
thlB office. J 2S Ira 

CERMAN_PIANOS. 

THE BEST AND TH« OBEAP- 

flt. Hchraabitadter & Oo.. Aaenta- 
ror tbe celebrated Factories of 
. Blathner. in Leipzig, and Scbieip, 
n Berlin. Office. «1« OLAV 8 . RfcET «p28 



White & Koarns Combi- 
nation Troupe. 

In conseqnenoe oi Menra. White A Kearna leav- 
iegfor tbe Kaat tbia troupe will be known hereaf- 
ter as the California Combipi' ion 1 too 
< hi** Sc ipp, Hanag< 

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CALIFORNIA MINSTRELS. 

Billy Manning^. Frank MoraniRobt. Fraser 

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U1RRV TUOMFtON 

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Scene 2. — Magic Change to Mother Coose's Village. 



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ISSUED EVERY TUESDAY. 



Only Legal Journal Published West 
of the Mississippi. 



Publishes all the California Supreme 
Court Reports. 



IT HAS RECEIVED THE CORDIAL HNDORBE. 
KENT OP THE PROFESSION AS A 

RELIABLE AND INDISPENSABLE AID TO 
THE PRACTICAL LAWYER. 



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BOKER'S BITTERS. 



TUP, UNDERSIGNED 18 POLE AGENT IN 
Ualifnjni*. lor tbe sale of tba abnra oeta- 
brated BIU*ra. He la prepkred to daal witb 
Herobanla and Jobbers od tbe luont reaionabla 
Urn.-. WM. B. J0ELN8T0N. 

jail Ins 4« ■ Oalilorola slreet. 



AFTER HIE 

THEATRES ARE OUT 

00 TO THE 

Hot Sooton, 

Matter etrcct. aear ktanir, 
And try one of tbtwr 

Hot Seotch's or Tom & Jerry's 
All Drinks Ten Cents 

«»tf JQ8. P. BRIGG8. Proprietor. 




ForSale-A LPlttOg:***"* 

Tweotj>two feet loos br ten feet beam. Bella 
Anchor aad Obaioa— aosipUta in every reapaot 
Wall eaited for A PLBABURK BOAT. Tbe orafl 
te oearly new and will be told at A GRK AT BAh- 
GAIN. To beaoao at Meicg'e Wbarf 

Anpljbr letter or in pereoa to "Obab," FioiAO 
Ornot. je?5-*w 



LADIES' FAIR, 

IX AID Or TBE 

Orphan Boys at San Rafael 

....AT.... 

'JJaA-TT'ASI TTAIili. 

GOKKXKOINQ 
MONDAY XVJBNIJfCL JCLT7U 

ooMToruiva dubino thb win 

Jftet 



t9DR. AiKIN 

^T Caree Keceat aad Chronic Dlecaeee of 
EYE, BAR, {THROAT, LUUGS and ULART-Oatirrb. Dett 
neei. Dieob&rcea froa tbe Kate, Weak or Ir flatpad Eyee. Ooa(h 
Debihtr, Kpliepa*. Nearaisie, Rbanmailsm, Djepepela, Pile 
Sorofuie, Dropny. ato, 

l.iiu i«-«, married or ■iogle. aaenred apeedv. safe core of 
Irrefialnrltles, Pain. Sappreflefon. wetkaew, Prolapiae. eto., 
tl>-7. OTailao ana etber Dln.net reiaedieU. AVOID 



DRUGB 



Cnncere, Tamore Wena and Mark* tklilfnllr remo?ed. 

lOr All Uoofldeptial Uaaee Faithfully Attended. 

Voaili. *.■« Men, do matter whit they're read or doe- 



rod, can rely on mre remedy of deformity, debility, or die- 
id mf ' 
. .-ipid.i 
feritig, aapomraor lone of ttn 



^y. di 

eese wearing on body and mind. No qaeoaery or deoeptioa. 
kne — 



Beet meaae kdowd for rapid, caay corn (avoiding duoger, enf- 
ferlog, eKpoiaraor lone of time) of obettnate and epfofal dte- 
catves without mnronry. poicons or naaaeone diugi. Complete 
tare (whore all other* fml) of wortt uaeea and any eymptoou 
leftftom bad treatment oraegleot -4FA 
Free UoneBltatiODi. All Uedioioea, eto., fnrrjUhed, 
Oall, or write yoor cue. Address, N. J. AIKIN. H. D.. 
ear Office, 0*4 Kearny etreet, N. E, Oorser of California 

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ear Offioe, OVA Kearny i 
■treat, ban Fraoolaoo, Oaf. 



ElIGHTY 
Single Outside Rooms, 

— wTTH 

No. 1 Spring Beds and Hair Mattnwses, 

AT TBS — — - 

BRANCH HOUSE, 

ASA NAMIOMK (T3EIT, COB. CLAI. 

Fifty Oanta par IVTlBlit. 
And Len t»y the Week. 

iPBKT alali NI&HT 
Apt-38 L. i. EWELU Pivprlatoi. 



PIONEER SHOE MANUFACTORY 




tSX MOST AXEOABT 0THT0M WORK IN THE OITT 



Been at MaxBAurd, 

MM «..*aa aaaaarBa. 



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* JOURNAL OP AMUSSXEMTS. 



t mUsLed every Dv n. lb* Year by 

M l Merehaal nae SOB *» 'Lublagton at* 
Below Montgomery. B«e 7raccieco. 



FRIDAY J^LT 11, 1873 

IflUSEMKJiTS, Etc, 



California, Theatre. 

"B.-oiatr S*b" will be plajsd to-atgbt, at tbe 
matinee to-morrew, tod lor tbe 'ui tlo* t:- 
avorrow night. Te baft teen "Lord Pondrsarj 
|ll pf ■J 11 ii«f I "*to," u U iiii »P • treat 
parlies of *3* utilgol vfatcb can be obttietd 
fr«B Mr- ScibtrVltiVirerreot. 

Alkiwtoft TbM«r«. 

<TSe ptBt«niai of lb' Old Wemn Wbo 
Li»ed lo tbe Shoe" bat made an ia am i bit, tad 
tbt tricks of Bobert r rater a* Clown, aad Bob 
Hart as Paatalooa are raoeived nigbtly ;wttb roan 
of laotrbter. Thi. emuiisg piece of work Is pre- 
oeeeTed nightly br a first part and interlude, ie 
waloh B.llr Manning. Frank Mono, MuUr Bar- 
awy aad others appear. Tbe nasal matinee rer- 
formtace will ba given to-morrow, wban tbe chil- 
dren should be lakea to eat tbe pat toaiime. 

Bella l T nlon Theatre, 

Ten home preserves it t repetatios at tbe Uve!- 
istt variety tbeatra la tbe Doited Sun*. Mitt 
Laura Bsrves, Mite Mar Leslie, Mitt MiaDla 
Fillmore, Tomm r Bree, Fred Btcaie Jobo Wood- 
ward aad a fall company wilt sppesx te-night Is as 
ti u Ileal programme. 

Pactilc Ball. 

Dr. Paal M. Brasas lectured to ladies at this 
hall yesterday afternoon, and la tbe evening to 
geoieaatn, oa "Tbe Trot Laws of Manhood aad 
tea Mysteries of Matriaear." 

The Orlandisl Op-ra Troop*. 

Pitiro B.ccei asd taeOrlaodini Treape will ar- 
rive la this cilj frjBB Sao Ditto, on Saiarday tee 
lit 5. 

Bntkley-t Varieties. 

Geerge O. Thompson ib tierelguicg favorite al 
1 fen booaa. Red Buckler. Frank MortLmore, Har- 
ry Dsvoy, aad a great somber of Itdr ertUtss 
ippaar nightly tn ss»pU.l programme. 

Woodward'* Gardens. 

Tba aew tqaarinm, with its grand teensi, it 
proviag vary attractive. Feu teen sea lions bow 
sport in tba whale pond. Exhibition! sod ftkaU 
tag] sverr daj. Jake aad George Wallace, Seoor 
Boea and the Ltsaell Brothers, Satnrday and Soa- 
day. # 

AlUTOMTOsi MCSaXaT . — One of tne BtOflt 
oetapltta aoUacUoct of tbe kind Is the United 
■ tales. aomprlKlni hundreds of oorUj aad beau- 
iirnl wax models, is daily on v.ew (to gsntlemss 
lair) st tba Mossaat ob Montgomery e treat. An 
sear mar be crof.tablr iwat bare 



Pratt's Aholitioa Oil. 

The People's Bemedy for all Acbee and Pains, 



©nod Cigar*. 

Soott, yoo always smoke good cigars, what brand 
do yon .mote, aad where do yes boy tbem T 
Jamas, 111 tell yoa. 1 • moke Fred's Choice, joa 
can bny them at Fred. W. Soerl't, 311 Bnah iL I 



The La it New Bona;. 

Air— -Mad. a* Chandtm^ " 
Emerson Oorrllle Ig my name, 
Mr business always 1b the game; 
Em tern Oysters, asd Fancy Boast, 
Relishes thee*, that my house can boast. 
Safely these Bivalves to all I show, 
Oh! high oh I Oh I high oh I 
None who hare been but again will go. 
Corrllle lays sol says so! 
O* Pise Street, it No. 410, 
Rcmexnbt-r the Lumber aad call again. 
Visions of Sht u-fi-h in every style, 
Inwardly cause yoa macn to smile. 
Ladles with escorts there slw&ys go. 
Ladles go! Ladies go 1 
Emerson Oorviile'i polite! and eo 
8-1 Th?y gol they gol they go! 



Bonnd Sot to be Beat, 
Is Q. BnikhardtV motto. Fine French Calf 
Boots aide to <rdi r :rtm {8 li 530. A good 
and satisfaction gmranteed. Call at 510 Wash- 
ington it ret t and be coDTinced. A fall assort- 
ment of neatly-made goods alwsje on hand, at 
prloea to sail eyt ryone'e puree. 4 bi 

JEveryteodar S\iite<i. 

There Is no sad to the multitude of fashions 
in hats. At " Tax" Bat Store. 647 Washington 
street (second hat store below Kearny) , all these 
nrw styles can be found. The stock is Immense 
—the prices are reasorsble. Erery one who 
soes there Is sure to be suited. - L 



San Francisco Jewelry manufactory. 
D. W. Laird, 610 Merchant street. Diamond 
Betting, Enameling. All kinds of repairing 
dene. Jewelry for sale. 4.0 



Polslos Oak. 

It Is now tsoeralty knows that tbe attire prisci- 
Ple to wblob toe effects or POISOS OAK are doe 
it a riolstileeeld called by cbemlste toxieodendrie- 
acid. It is, however, sot to well k-sowa that DICK- 
KY'e" ORHMBDE LIS ie not only thi boatsraila 
ablepreTSatitire. but will slio.by its nentralixiflg 
and toothing qoalitits. greatly re litre all diatresa. 
iDgeysiptOBt. 



Don't Pay Other People's Debts, 

But buy your furoiture and Bedding for cash 
of J, A. Shaber et ). 70? Market Street, who 
giTSs no oae eredit, eo nuke no bad debts and 
Uerefore sell f er smaller profits, and less 
prices than any other dealers in s*n Francis 



Ce.-ns, Bunions, Iagrowlag Mails. 

A perfect cure warranted by AlDert Schoen- 
wald, 127 c *ond street. a. B1 



The Webb-Peoted Ones. 

A oor respondent of the Farmer's Ex- 
change writing from Oregon, ssyi large feet 
are the fashion ont there. A gea i Ore- 
gomsn's tracks look ag if a mule with s pack 
saddle oa bad turned over on bis back in 
tbe mud. Tbe people are rery enterprising 
nod have their boutea fenced is. He knows 
one man wbo is riob, wbo has net s gate or 
a piirof biraon bis farm, te baa for ten 
years taken down and pat op tbe fei.se in 
front of bis nonsi every time be bag gone 
Off hia farm; be b(i already worn out two 
fence", and a third is nearly gone, eo yon 
see they ir? noialazy people. ; 

The Irenght fn Danbnry. 
fJai'ey tbue describes tbe beatei term io 

D *^b"ory i 

"For six wwks O0 rain fell in this section, 
la that time the euth tad baktd down, tbe 
dast accamn'ated on eyetything, and Tege- 
tation fairly bnraed np. Io that time every 
onfailing lign ef rain was obserTea, butmiB- 
carriei. In that time tbe Heavens burned 
like a sheet ot brass, and the air etifl-.d our 
breath and scorehed omr throats. la that 
lime the aged predicted and the young 
doubted. In that time salt besame moist, 
leave turned bottom upward, cats chewed 
grass, peacocks ehaunted, aad rheumatism 
jabbed its fiery darts. And now that the 
rain has eome it finds a parched earth, ruin- 
ed crops, sore scalps, and about eight tote 
of lost character— coarae'er lost by people 
verging onto tie grave, and who will never 
again lift up their voices to tell of tbe weath- 
er borem, aad sit on him till Christmas. 



Twenty Thousand 

Paper Collars, all styles, for sale cheap at the 
What Ohear Laundry, offloe 121 Leldesdorff et. 



X>o Wot Suiier lrom Com*. 

"The uxf .- ^nate sufferers from Oerns, Bun- 
ions, Club and Ingrowing Fails, can find Instant 
■eliei by applying at r»r. B. H. Cowan's Insti- 
tute, 910 Kearny street, from 1 to 6 P.at. We 
m*»i from experience, ha-ring tfted the T>oc- 



Takte Toor Time. 

In laving out and developing your place 
iu the country, allow yourself five or ten 
years. Give things time to grow, and tem- 
per your impatience with the reflection that 
when nothing remains to do, you will be 
supremely wretched. The placs which Is 
finished, u it not spoilt? 
♦ 

Biscon ra,£ i ng. 

An Ohio sub-editor who acknowledges 
that he isn't fanny a bit, but is endeavoring 
to be so for a dollar and seventy-five cents a 
d>y,is occasionally discouraged by bavin e 
the editor-in-chief strihe out one of his mcBt 
facteciouB paragraphs, and then write on 
tbe side of the proof, "Pat this in the mor* 
si columns. " 



Two Bands ef Women. 

A contemporary asserts that "half the 
married women wonder who their husband: 
will marry next." The other half more 
sensibly wonder whom they will marry 

next. 

♦ 

Too Public. 

Boston banks use postal cards to notify 
their customers when their notes fall due, 
and the customers are indignant at the pub- 
licity thus given to their basinets affairs. 



Removal, 

Samuel Swift has removed from 116 to 113 
Post street. Sewing machines rented and^re- 
paired as ueuiL and sold cheaper than ever, x 



Oysters. 
In strolling round the other night, 
To look at 'Frisoo by gas light, 
uur careless feat, by ehanoe did stray 
To where a fountain's ceaseless play 
Of sparkling waters, made a soieen 
Through which a sweet bouquet was Been ; 
While mossy stone and pearly shell, 
O'er which the waters softly fell. 
Made that wineow reem to be 
Rome fairy grotto of the sea, 
clop," said my friend, "let's go In here— ■ 
It loots ao nice — and try their oheer." 
"All right," I said, "I must agree 
Ihat this place salts me to a 'T.'" 
So sooner had we found a seat 
Than at our side a waiter neat 
Hade his appearance, a&sed our wish — 
Said they had almost any dish 
That we might name. We found It tret, 
And cooked maemfiemtty, toe; - 
All kinds of oysters, Juicy, fat. 
Cooked every style; just think of that, 
And if your month dont water, then 
Ton 're different from other men. 
They'd clam Band crabs and terrapins ; 
In fact, we found they had within 
That cosy place aii kinds of game. 
Fish, flesh or fowl which we ootid name, 
While every dish was, I am sure, 
Prepared to tempt an epicure. 
The ladles, too, hare found, 'twould seem, 
That they hare here the best lee cream; 
80 here they flock, the little sinners, 
To get wnat they call "sn;b nice dinners. " 
Whoever doubts this let him rush 
To three hundred thirty -seven Bush, 
And there this truth he'll find made plain: 
Whn goes there once will go again. 
Pacific Oyster Bouse. S37 Bush street, above 

Montgomery; open Day and Bight, 

OHABLES HAAKB, Proprietor. 



Fresh staid Sweat. 

Far the best eonfectioaery, ga to Canty sad 
Wasssr't. 107 Maotgoraery St. near Suttee. a 



A great variety of Ties and Bows, all ttylei, 
Just received at the What Cheer Laundry, 131 
Leldesdorff stre et. 

Curniovajm. — asaaame uiara Antonla, the 
Clairvoyant Physician and Independent Tranee 
Vadium. 333 Kearny street, be'. Bush and Pine. 
Consultations in Ingllsb, French and German. 



Good ?fews. 

My customers and the public sre notified 
that the openins of Montgomery Avenue will 
net necesBltate my remcvsl, but thst I still 
keep the largest, best assorted and cheapest 
stock of men and boys clothing in the city 

Also great bargains in gent's famishing goods 
trunks, vtllssr-, bats etc,. Call before pruchas- 
ng. H. Peyser, 719 Montgomery street, first 
store north of Washington gl. 



Pratt's Abolition Oil 

Cares Rheumatism and Neuralgia 



DECORATION DAT. 

(Toe following po«n», hy HUs Margaret E. 
Laagnton, wa* rend at Greenwood Cemetery, 
03klyn.5. Y) 

Today where low thsystsep in death' 

Who once were brave in fight 
We bring the »seV frigrant breath, 

Toe lllJles Btilnless white. 
Nor ask our hearts who wore the blue, 

5or «ore the faded gray, 
Since battle's sweat of crimson dew 

All bate bath washed aw. v. 

Awake onoe men th« martial strain 

Thai fed oar souls with trull, 
In old heroic d>ya of ptln, 

Ikv swords had gatb'r^d rust; 
The music wM not break their rest, 

'nose ordered ooluaaos lie. 
Grim folded hania on illent breast, 

Beneath the sunlight sky. 

6ivs pause to eager Ilia of trade, 

An hour let bargaias cease; 
From Valor's fervent pulse was made 

The golden tide of Peace. 

L't manhood's neart and chlldhcod'i hand. 

And woman's loveliest bloom; 
Through all the wide untroubled land. 

Adorn the soldier's tomb. 

Ah) Xoitb and South, a t Sober art 

Hath sown their graves wttbflowerg, 
ForKstur^'s throbbing mother heart 

Hath qulcaes beat than ours; 
Her blades of grass, her cloth of gold. 

Her starry wrealba of spray, 
Wkh tender grace tbe slumbering fold, 

Ibis Decoration Pay, 

She spreads a? soft her dal-l-d turf 

On mounds without a came, 
By mountain side, netr oaean Burf, 

As o'*r the couch of Fame; 
Her licg rlog touch iu blossom falls 

Above the Drive "unknown," 
Who answer not when Glory callp, 

Aad yet are Freedecu's o*n. 

So, where tc-day they sleep in death, 

Who once were brave in fight, 
We bring the roasB* fragrant breath, 

The lilies' stainless white, 
Horaik our hearts wbo wore the b.ua, 

Nor who the faded grij. 
Since battle's sweat of crimson dew 

Hate washed all hate away. 



AfcertheTaeutres are ont 

Too ehosld sot fail to go asd try some excellent 
KaaterB Cam Obowder.at the Ho* Scotch. 3» 
Baah Strett. their liquors easBOt be excelled, tba 
only fcalooa where a g->o& Tom and Jerry or Hot 
PuBcces can be got, all drisks plain er fancy W 
cents, go there oa=« aad again yog will go. 



L -s AnceUl. 

We have received from Payot 4 Co., 
Washington etreet, W. HcPherson'e pam- 
phlet, entitled "Homes in Lea Angeles." 
There is a large sale for this work, which 
will do much towards encouraging emmi- 
graboa from the wine growing countries of 
Europe to California. 



Woman's Rights. 

One would think that it was one of woman's 
rights to enjoy as good a dinner as a man, and 
pay the same price for It. Nearly all tbe res- 
taurants " for ladies and gentlemen" In San 
Francisco nave poorer fare than those where 
gentlemen only dine. Thxez ib ah rxcsrnoy. 
At tbe Pioseeb Bxstactavt, on Washington 
•treet, at the corner of Dunbar Alley, ladles can 
get an excellent brassiest, dinner or lunch, at 
a reasonable price. Henry Bocken, established 
since 1849, provides every luxury the market 
affords. Both ladies and gentlemen find there 
JlaheB to yiease tne most epicurean taste. * 



L >r. Doherty 

Has devoted his study more partioulazly to 
9faronio and apeclflc practice, and as such is 
±ow the most successful of any Physician In 
3an Francisco. Office 619. Sacramento street, 
corner of LeldeedorfL a few doors oelow What 

Oheer House. 1 

Wkklte Labor Only ! 

Employed by the What Cheer Liundry, 131 
Leldegdotff street. • 



Pratt's Abolition Oil 
Cares Stiff Joints, Sprains and Bruises. 3>l 



Crystal Samp'.e Room*. 

The Cryetal, alive to the wants of the com* 
munity, has Imported direct, Bxrwano's cele- 
brated Scotch Wmssv, whloh all true lovers 
of good liquors will sample ifteiet. Briodyh 
Dunne, proprietor?, 535 Sacramento street, be- 
ween Montgomery and Sanseme. C-c 

Fruitand Confectionery. 

For the very finest Fruit and Confectionery 
go to 0. Wler's Frurt Bazaar, corner of Stock- 
ton and CUy Streets. Fine stock of cigars 

and Tobacco. Hw. 

Sana Moore, 

Formerly of Bass House Carriages, can be 
ound in front ef Coleman Bros, clothing es> 
ablishmenx, southwest corner Bush and Mont, 
romery its. , or Dexter Stables. Oarriaee orders 
1 3ft at either place promptly attended to day 
er night, at reduced rates. ao 



Star Shirts and. Collars. 

All sorts and slaes, for sale cheap, at the 
What Cheer Laundry, 131 Leldesdorff SI, • 



Pratt's Abolition OIL 

Ourea Lose Back and Paralysis. 



3-L 



We get no business from Chinese, and we 
employ none to do our work, st tbe What Cheer 
Laundry Office. 131 Leldesdorff street. • 



What all Ladles are rond of, 

Ladies sre fond of whatever is eltgant and 
luxurious all the world over, and nothing sp- 
peale to strongly to their dominant passion in 
that respect ss a handsome carriage, with sty. 
lleh appointments and spirited horaes. It is 
not to be wondered at, therefore, that a lady's 
envy is excited at Beelng a mere wealthy mem- 
ber of her sex la a beautiful CUrence, or other 
fashionable vehicle, with a proud, dathlng 
team. It Is important to know that the Ooci- 
dental Cairlages, which are second to none in 
elegance, may be used by any lady in the city 
at any hoar for any length of time she may 
desire. This virtually places thoEe who engage 
them on an equal footing with the most fortu- 
nate of their sex, and social haimony is there 
by eslabllsted, Orders for these favorite casv 
riages may be left at the Occidental Hotel, or 
at Bouton & Son's stables, Re. 1016 Stockton 



S.F. BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

Booksellera and •tatlon^s-a. 

H. H. Moore, 60S Montgomery, sear MercbeaL 

Business Colleaoa. 
Heald'e, Bryant* Strattone College. A Poet etrest 

tSDtchere. 
aUts, Fred. Stella H to 1C0. OallforLia-Marktt, 

Dentists. 
BL F. Pope, f Meote-omery Siren 

XmatLsyanent GSflce. 
Chinese Employment Co.— Pierce A Co., 6Z7 Sac- 
ramento etrest. 

French Foney Bom<i, 
Loans A Co., 19 MsntgoeQery. 1S7 aad 199 Bates*, 

Dalr Jewelry, 
H. A. Oallsader, suss fao tore r, 62 Second •treet. 

BXtunnn Hair. 
Sampson, A. B. A- Co., 11Q Second streak 

Searcher ef Records. 
O. V. Gillespie. 641 Weshisgton street. 

Silver Frlxe Dreu Putlog. 
Mats. Brosae, So. 34 Third street, 

'Watches avnd Jewelry. 
H. A. Oallesder 62 Second street. 

Whltenera and Paper Hscgera. 
A. W. Whetdso, ".22 Geary street. 

Wlnea and Llqssra t Wsoleaale.) 
Daaarl F A Co.. 5*4 Frost 



ASSESSMENT ROLL OF 
SAN FRANCISCO, 
l873-'74. 



C t LKRBl'B OFFIOB, B04.BD OF BUPBKVI- 
l son, Sas Francisoo, Jay 7, 1673 
Pablio Botiee is bereby giTes, is eoeerdtace 
with Sectios Ho 3654 of the Political Code.tbat 
tbe AweaamenURoll of tbe City and Cosnt-y of 
Sas Franolsco. for the fiscal year IBTJ-Ti, bae been 
completed and delivered over tome at Clerk of the 
Board of Suptrvieoro. and will be opes daily for 
examination in tbis tffioe from 9 o'clock a. M. to 4 
o'clock F. if. . and that said Beard of Saperrltore 
met to examine tbe AesessmeDt Roll tnd equalize 
tbe aiBetsroeot of proper t? on tbit MONDAY 
API EBKOOlf, Jn j 7to, 1873. at 2 o'clock, aad will 
oootloue io eeseion from time to time ootil the 
botinessof eq-a'ization preaeoted to ttem it dis- 
paaed of, butootlatsr tbao the ie'th da; of July 

lro. 

All Applications for Correction Ol* As- 
sessments are Required Io be Veri- 
fied by Oath. 

Pablio not oe U also hereby rives, that io ao- 
cordaoce with Seetioat 1S97 aod (893 of the Po- 
litical Code, the Military Roll nae been comple- 
ted, delivered over to me. sod is now opes for ex- 
aaninatloa and correction as provided by law 
Bxtraxot From Political Code. 

SectioB3S27.— All property must be assessed at 
ita fnll oaso Talne. 

Settiso iC'.'i. I he Board of Snparvi-ora of each 
concty mntt meet OB tbe first Monday in Jaly 
io each year, to examine the assessment book ana 
equalize tba assessment of propei ty ia the county 
I; most continue io session for that porpose from 
time to time oniil the baeiness of eqavlizuios is 
dispose'l of, but sot later tbas the fourth Mon- 
day in Jaly. ' 

section 3673.— The Board bat tbe power to de- 
terrelsetli complaints in regard to the assessed 
va'oe of property, aad mar (exo*pt as prohibited 
in tbis Title) correct any vaiaatien by adding or 
deducting inch enm eo may be necessary to make 
it cot form t«tbe acta a! cash value. 

Section 3674 —No redactioo most be made, is 
tbe *a catioa of oroperty, anleas tbe party affeo- 
ted thereby O' bis asect makes and files with the 
Bsaid a written application therefor, verrfisd by 
his oath, snowing the facts span which ft is 
claimed sor-h redaction srjonld be made. 

Beclion 3675.— Before ths Bovd grants tbe ap- 
plica'irm or nukes asy redaction applied for, it 
mnet fir- 1 examine, on oath, tbe person or the 
aeeot tasking the application touching tbe vans 
cf the property of each person. No redaction 
mast be -made unless such person or the agent 
making tbe application attsndi and answers all 
questions pertinent te tbe icqairy. 

Section 3676— Upon tbe hearing of the appli- 
cation the Boaid may subpeeaa inch witnesses, 
bear and take each Bvidenoe is relation to the 
anbject pending ae in its discretion it may dee is 
proper. JNO A. BU^SKLL, 

jy-9 td Clerk Board of Supervisors. 



FIGARO 

IS " HEBE, THEKE AND BVBRYWHFBiy* 
asd ib constantly meeting a change of readers 
to tbe Tbeaties, TraveHug Uo&veyanoes, Hotels, 
asd publio resorts generally. 



FIGARO 

CIBCfULATEB IN THE BEST .BOOTETY, IS 
placed io the bends of oearly all who come 
to tbe city to make purcb&ies, asd is therefore the 
best of advertising mediami 



FIGARO 

CIRCULATES AS HOUSE PBOGRAMXE EN 
every Theatre is Sas Franoisoo. 



FIGARO 

IB DISTRIBUTED EVERY DAY THROUGB9. 
out the centre ot the city, in all Hotels, Bei - 
tauranu. Saloons, Stares and Offices. 



FIGARO 

IS CIRCULATED EVERY DAY ON THE 
Oakland FerryBoats to catch the paasenjrexs 

bat arrive by thegreat OrerUod Train. 



FIGARO 

IB MAILED EVERY DAY TO ALL THE 
priflctpaJ hotels in California, Nevada asd 
Oreeon— tie papers lett to the theatres at tight 



s. 



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Vr 1 

YELLOW 
DOCK 

AMD 

IODIDEof POTASS 

mni BEST BPBISO HBS1CIXX 

lo «m, PnrtllM the Blood of oil 

morbid, corrupt and Import motler. 

Cure, UheamalUa and Mercurial Fain*, 

Sold by all JDracctota. 



AeracT, *n unrai btbkxt. 

BOLE AQSNTB FOK 

JJK. PEBBT'J LAST CHASCE »»4 

DB. PEEBI'8 WK8POOT FiJLI.8. 



FrogrMU&M, and *U kiadi of Printing for 

SHOW, Lte re«E, coscibt. the. 

ATKE and OCKCTUS MAVAGEB8, 

AT LOW BATES, BY 

]B. 1^*. steretrt 



SSB CLAT 8TBIIT. 



mil 



THOMAS W. BREE. 
8ILVEH 3E>Xj^L. a X*XIXl 

^9 MAKTJFAtmjBBBl 
^r — AITD— 

^^f ■IPAIII1( 



DRUMS, BJNJOS, 

— AJTD— 
OTBES MT78ICA1. 1J8TBCMEJTI, 



E8TABLISBED IK 1SOS. 



■SrLoMoni ri.on on the Buip ud Drvn. »4S 
MlgSIOH BTBEBT, bMwseg Fint ud Booood. 

H. B,-Fi»o-toood BUrar 8«o Baaio, for Pro- 
M.i outi . alwar* oa hand. JAlg tf 



FREE AND EASY. 

■ Till IATCB1AI IISHT, 
Piano and Sin Kins at 8 P.M. 



CHARING 



* 



SALOON 



M6 Mlaaton street, near Second 

deH EAGLEB A WILD, Proprietors 



MISS N. SCULLY, 

LADlfib' 

FASHIONABLE HAIR DRUSER 

Has Hetroved to 
844 WASHINGTON ST., 
Foor doors below Stockton stree 
Hairwork of all Deserlptioos made to order 
Obarges moderate. jell Im ' 




|_/|RS. EGGEBT.O^AIBV^OYAN^TJEST 



, Ti58T-_t_« 

DsaJtedmTsL 
a-M.to"j<* 



d Trance Medium— Oas be consulted „ 

>n bssisess or sicksee a daily, from 10 a. at. to _ .. 
i P. at. Spir ileal Circlet, Bnodsy, 'loesday and 
Friday evenings, atS P. M .. at ber residesoe, SJS) 8,*# 
O'Farrell etreet. near Mason. m 2S-lm 



Bar Sugar 

POB SALE— SIS KXASHT STSEBT. AT 
" MEHOER'S. _ AlfO, 6¥»rj kind of CndiM 

Wholeule wd Eo 1 U. 

no7tf M. A. HKBCBB, 



Lyon's Portable 
KITCHEN FURNACE, 

IN ITS ECONOMY OF GOAL AND STOVE,, 
as a perfect cooker, broiler, toaster, aod flat- 
iron heater, is a necessity to every hoseekeeper 
wbowiehes to (ave the stove asd two-tbirde of 
tbefnelit conenmes. It in cheap— $2 50. Call and 
eeeit at work, at Stombt A MilIer'B, plumbers, 
£as- fitters, tis. oopper aad stove store, opposite 
Magnlre'e Opera bouBe, 6»t Washington etreet^ 
ISAACCM. WAED. Agent of the Faciflo Coast 
She tiade supplied. 3°6 laa 



Philadelphia Restaurant. 

OHAB. V. BKBGOLD, PROPBIETOB. 



THE 0H0I0E6T W EATS AJCD 
Vegetables, Board by the weed. 
408 PINS STREET between Kearey 



nd Moote-onvrv. 



^k 



MILITARY GOODS 

.,..i3D, ., 

GOLD AND SILVER THEATRICAL 
TRIMMINGS, 

QZ5 Montgomery atrtet. Boon Ma 
athltti T. BODGEBBJOHNSOV. 



EDWARD PEEL & CO., 

SX45 ona. 6t7 Wasklasrtoa street, 

HAVK OPENED A COOKING ESTABL18H- 
ment a*, this place for the parposs ef prepar* 
ins; BALL bDPPKBS asd LDNCHES FOB PIO- 
MOS AND SALOONS, on tbe most reasonable 
teisu. Lunches delivered in asy part cf the city 
free of charge. Tbe patronage of the saloons in 
the city is reapto.fpHr solicited. jn7jlm 



X^avdLlesj "VleitlTisr Carat, 

Written, engraved or printed by Joan P. 
Dwrn, 126 Batter street, opposite Uak Boose, 
and at the Grand Hotel. N. B.— Hasa>saax- 

OBXBT8 FSM.TLY HiEIIC, PZKaU>FHIP Of eTeXV 

deacTljttoTi ^ orde-', 



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WEST END 



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GRAND 

Festival and Fair 



CALIFORNIA THBATRI. 



rim (VI »IWi 



•HTI.T II 



TO HT FRIENDS 



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PROTECTIVE ORDER 

SEALS, 

WILL U lltlJ) AT TUB 

CITT GARDENS, 

Sunday and Monday 
JULY £20 cfc Qlat. 

IUBEH Of THE 

Dramatic. Musical and Equestrian 
Profession 



- ;nk>i Uteir »tt • ml pw'ie. wiat- 
aa to «o*inb<l« friar* t ■■<"' "•a* ib« r o Bmasi- 



A. W. BARK, C. 8. O. 8. 

At !»• !■»<«■ ■ •- — . 773 Mora. I (IrM 

-OSTO- 
SHERIDAN CO'BYN.C.S. 

*••>«■ »•,«•• W»*hl« S («n aire* 



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LORD DUNDREARY'S 

BROTHER SAM 



TBI HOW. t AM tl.111 0*BT 

am jo'irata m H-t - 

■ « rmaecm 

rit.a 

rm mum 
TU».»m K>1 
new m«»i mi 

ALIOS .. 

■ 1U1 



MR. BOTHER* 

WALTIR LatMAR 

.. ...J O. muuKioi 
«. LOWO 

R J raMTOR 

■ nmioon 

■ IU HKI II TUACIT 

...«IHIJ»II UKAUAM 
i am STAKLIV 



BetordaT AlterrjooD. Jul, 11th •! 3 o'clock 



'ONLY BROTHER SAM MATINEE." 



MoadA; Jil, llttr. will be proAiMd BiD.rt.rtni Fionltlte CcBtd, 

"DAVID GARRICK," 

XKZ3F1.. sotdhehiv 

Batiising hie original put of 

DAVID GARRICK. 

Ai repreeented by him far otct two hundred nights at the FIiTm.rket Theatre, London; tad far NInctyeii 
nights it WalUok'e Theatre, New York. 



Laaire ear) (1m u.e..a-Tt.ro«.b Ike aiaAneaa erad 
»•"'•• .Iknih aad olkac Ml aw 

■aaabaie of ibe Dracuile Prvfiaajoa. Imiil 
kuxuc a 

Farewell Benefit 



— IHD— 

Last Appearance 

—OS- 

WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON - JULY 16 

-AT TDK- 

CALIFORNIA THEATRE. 

PALACE OF TRUTH, 

Witb a liidt c f Tolmntetrt from all the Tb<«irti 

It will give me mnch plewnre tomeot you on that 
occasion. «nd mnch pain to bid good by. 
Tour Obedient Servant 

OWEN MARLOWE. 



Admission SI t)e> 

RetH>rwed Seats Gt> 

Tbe Box Sheet wilt be opm at Grey's Haiio Store at tea 

O'clock YYedntiJay moraine . 



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SEWING MACHINES, 

DEITISTS INO JEWELLERS' LATHES, 

Tuts iBventlon can be applied to the t per*.:. eg 
of all kind* ot ge»lng M»rt,in-*. D-ntMa' 
and J- wellera Letbra In simpM ity l« 
only tqcaled ty It- doraDlUiT; 
It avoid* the Qto of tbe tread- 
la, which l*i an graceful 
aad Injerioas. 

SaT Application n, .Jo bj tbe AgaoU for Ui? 
Picifir Ooa«t. 

SAWYER ft WHEDO", 
633 Waablngton Street. 



AZTEC PINOLE. 

HADI FROM PABOHED OOBN. 

GOOX) 

Aa a rdipilar artltln of foed. 
Aa a rilet for dyiprpllcM, 
A* a food for children, 
Aa at rt-L-alAAior of tUv bowel*. 
Aaa ihltkenion f -r .onpa. 
Fur broadlng eatlvta mbu liaii, 
for the awof ailni-ri, 
K«>r tae m« of proapectore, 
For the aa* of hunt, ra, 
for tbe aae of oimp-ru, 
Fortheaee of ploolokera. 
For the aae of eTrerybody. 
A eoavealant lonob, alwarartadi at a 
saomaMl'* notion. 

A«k. Tear Qratrr forlt. 
■aiail irooera aappllad by aaj wholeaaleaa- or 

** lB> AJBT.EC COHPANT, 

»t» ateeraaieal**treet. iaa Fraaclaro, 

JaT7 -1m 



McDASIEL'S THEATRE 

CHlTHkl. WTOIOIII, 

THREE GOOD VARIETY WOMEN 

aarTalani f oiaf jlaaft wiU flad ii to tbalr ad»*a- 
iaga before laarlaf CMUormle to eorreapend witb 



Tahoe 
Billiard Hall 

OH AB. I. viTltNK, proprietor. 

No. 417 Kearny Street, 

Baiwaaa Oallfcrula and P. or. 
TbiaaUtant eaaon. baa U'»lf bMoaalars'd.aod 

- iidi \ n«w BeT*) uM'P, Tdci b*at Li'iaota 
Ad ' !«»'■ a- (r. tlT Fir* l»rc» Ho«tj fotuiAheJ 
ro'ta*. for olcbi aad priv«ta pailiaa oolb»<rn«a 
WriB» aad nlti. j *7-4aO 




R. F. OSBORN & CO., 

Importere and DeaUara In 

Wagon Hardware 

751 MARKET STREET, 

WOULD CALL ATTENTION TO TUKIROn. 
•look of B1JL1S, ttASHKK". NLTB. AXI.KK 
Onid I'd hil».r HUB BANDS. l.AMI-S. .o.J 
TIP8. t all ast.rtoi.Bt of &1ALKABLB. RIV. 
Em. .10, 

— lLflO— 

D.pot of Pliilaflrlplilu 

CARRIAGE AND TYRE BOLTS 



Pacific Purchasing, 

PRINTING DRAMATIC, MUSICAL, LECTURE. AND 

EQUESTRIAN AGENCY, 

Rooms 16 and IT OJ30 V.'r.«»liiii,xtoii astreet. 



OPERA HOUSE, 

_SA.isr JOBE. 

Tblt tbl.tr* will b. l.ia.dOQiibar.1 t.rmifor ini 
nonibi or by thr. ,.ar to an .xti.rl.oood 
bu.lnn'. rcqu<r|nR Dt Ab.aoo. from Ha 



SEA J1SO CAPACITY 1,300. 
a. UOIIA9I.A, Proprietor. 

BAN JOSS 



Liverpool and Great Western 

SteAmrhip Company, 

CARRYING .THE 17. S- MAIL. 

TIGKETS SOLlTtO UNO FROM 



T ITEBPOOL, 

Londoadfrrr, Haaburab, Bremen 



QU«ENhTOW». ^ ffitft> 



Uavr*, Paria, Swadao, Balttoai, Rorwai aad all 
Koropaao oltlat. 

TblaOonpaor baa arrant* men ta with tbe Oea- 
mlaalooarof Emigration and Railroad Oompanlaa 
atNaw York, by whiob paaaaocara are promptly 
fonrardad to tba Paolflo Oc-wt. 

For paitlcttlara apply to 

D. B. JACKHOV, Atraa*. 

mj30Im S8S MnirioM'Ty atreet. 



HARRY MYERS, 

Agent for UltohlDca A Gray 'a School Salcbeli 
or 0oya and Olrli. ** i' 1 c.\\\ At rci-idences. 
.e-M-bn 




ATTLEE ^.iktjo easy 

....KVAKY... 

Saturday Jb-veuinic 

AT RIGHT O'CLOCK. 

AT THR ni,T> ORIOnfAX. 
RED LION. 10 Oenry itieot, 
vrtiiTe rail OAi. bavfl HOT AN» 
UOLD DKlNKSof tba »nry boat 
qnnlity. Tbe "Oil Sport" Ib ai- 
■Tt.yr.on hAod. Drop in. 
DAVE MH.NDKS. Proprietor. 



Nl'CMAL NHTIfE TO MISS MINNIE WAI-TOW. 

Picnic ami Hall Committees. | ....with.... 

\VK ARE PREPARED TO FUKNIRH TWO NEW DRAMAS. 

tent leadera, al lairraUs. I olsLHa oomoaaooiuB iu Jjly. 

a*- The BoBlnem arraogemeDts of Dr.mit.o or Muaic&l Eatertalomeote, FKTEB, PIOHIOB 
etc., nltwcdrd to. 

em-All btifiaate entroslod to aa will be eztouted witb promptness. No obargea made ozoap 



fot services aotaelly porfoimod. 



NHERIUAN COHBYN .tc CO. 



THE OLD 
Hot & oo tola, 

15 Mortaa Street, near Kpnroy. 

A. 11 X>rliiks Ten Cenls 

Hot Drinks a Specialty. 

THE BEST T01 MP JfcRBT IN TOW". 

Alw»ra OD file ibe New York Herald, Harper'r 
Wet-kly, Frank Leslie's, Duty's Ooiuk", Police G* 
Mtta. all the OaHlornla papers, alao London 
Panob. H-11'.Life. XUutrated London News. Oall 
end satisfy yoarself. 
•a*> Don't forget tbe aln of tbe Slot R«oteh, 
fa7 U W. 8. WALDBOW. Proprietor. 



OR. LEE CHtJIV GEE, 

CKLBBRATKD 

Olilnoaio Pbyalclan. 

1017 DTJPONT STREET, 
Between Pacific and Jatkion Sta. 
Omaaalldiseaft-?. Moderate tbaig -. 



SANGER HALLE 

(SINGER'S HALL,) 
14 OKAHT NT.. NRAR KKABNT. 



Nooe itat tbe Cholcit Bronda of Wine* 
aad Zalquora on band. 

OEPOT WEVAND A lASCHt'S BAY IREWElf 

LIS tf CHRIS FELDHAND. 



Attention, Glood Liyersl 

MR. P. BERUBB, FORMERLY 
proprietor ol t!)P Hicor*' Re*- 
taarant. has taken the tnanaKemeot 
»I bolb the UiDera' Resianraot on, 
Oommorcial street and th" Minfire'*- — 
Braoch no Market street, in pertnerehip with MR- 
A. DRAYEUR. who baa been connected with th* 
firm lor years. InaproTOTtents hare bean madenr 
IbecniBino departme-. that will reDdor tha MU 
nere' mote popular than It has e»er boeo dnxiot 
tbe aa years of its prosperity. Onr Bills ol Fare 
imb'-w all tbe deltoaoies of the aaason.. Onr 
motto la "Good faro. Good Oooking and ModaraW 
Oharires." 

P. IHK.JIS A OO. 

MINERS 1 RESTAURANT, 

tut end sea Oonunarelal. ana) - 
7«l» Market, street. 
Open ram 5 a.m. to ll> P.M. an31 Itb 



ALIFORNIA AND NEVADA 
VOLUNTEERS, 



HONORABLY DISCHARGED 1TOR ANY 
oanse.at Dram Barracks, or any other 



-aa. .JTL. VaUSrr.Ut LT1UU1 aAPIiauA,, Jl B*u w varaavi 

plsoe over 900 milue from olace of eollatmsnt 
areanided in additional Travel Pay. 
Apply to, 

J. R. ROBINSON, 
je-lP-'.m OS4I Montgomery Street 



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PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE. 

VCBeimiA OiTT, MVADA, 

rHIS ELEGANT THEATRE HAS BEEN RR 
decorated, aad «ao> be rented by tba algbt o 
iy tbe weak. Store and traraJlng oompaaUs 
tberal.'y treatod with on apoucatlon br_latt«r 
JOHN ripp.it, 
Manager and sole Proprietor 
Or to J. If. Mrdt HE, 
C90 Wasblcgtca atroet, Htn Franolae 



Parisian House. 

SAN BAFABL, 
ONE BLOCK FROM THE RAILROAAV 



L. THORIN, Proprietor. 

FURNISHED BOOMS 

....AWPa... 

HrL estaurant^ 

Flret Qaallty of Wlaee. Uq. 
■on and Clgnre. 

BOARDERS TAKING BY WEfK Oil MONT* 

my21 lm 



WANTED. 



A Leading man, Jovecile and Oomadian. Thaw* 

boosn make thero^elres generally neafol and 

travel for a aura bnt low salary. Var.ety talent aA- 

ao wanted. . . , 

Atldreais C. A. LEWIS 

LIVERMOBE, 

ALAMEDA CO., OAI. 



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THE JOTJBNAL OF AMUSEMENTS. 

F-aWtibed eTery Day (o the Tear by 
J>_ BOQAKDUB 

AT 

SIB tfereka.it and 5»* W»a*In«t« »l. 

Below MontKomerr. San Hranclaoo. 



FBIDAI JDLY U - 



Tbe Late ChirUi KoppH*. 

TLe Boaton Saturday Evening (Hzet'e 
bfli the following obituary not'03 of tbe Ute 
€harl38 Koppitz: Tbe a ad -Jen death of Mr. 
Charlea Koppilz tioit-d a pa.Dfui emotion 
in masieil oiro'e ■: Hit many admirable 
qaalitiea won and retained fjr him a large 
circle of friends, and it may a afely be siU, 
that be was a general farorite. He waa a 
well-*dnca'ei ma^oiao, and diaplayed to 
ihe last a great foodnei* for hie art, of which 
he wsa an eDthvdiAet.e atudent. His ap-se- 
iality lay in the compoiition of melo-drama- 
tic moaic io whioh be w>a pecnHirly skillo 1, 
bis efforts io this d.rec'ion being marked by 
fertility of invention, effectiveness io instru- 
mentation, and tasteful o moptiorj. A-i an 
oroticstra leader he was Juatlyf steamed, and 
to him is due the credit of hariog created a 
bettjr taste for theatrical a.iwb thin exi-ttd 
before his adveot here, fls also oersted 
tbe theatrical orchestra int^somethiog more 
than tbe meie stop-gap it h a s b.ea, and fos- 
tered a refioed las o, n. t only for excellence 
iu tbe quality of e tr'actj music.. but for tbe 
'manner of its execution, aud thus was tho 
first to make bis erebes'ra a feature of ihe 
evsaing's entertainment. Pcssosaed of butb 
tilent and a laudable ambition tj Ufa it in 
the right direotioo, be earned for himself 
an enviiblt' reputation, and bis unexpecUd 
taking off in tbe prime of his osjful life 
will prove a sontca of regret t j all who kcew 
him, either personally or by reputation. 
■ ■ ■» 

•■Love," says an amonu* wiiter, "is an 
internal transport." Tbe simo might be 
said of a caual boat. 



During tbe war a letter written by a reb- 
el soldier to bis sweetheart was captured, 
wherein tbe writer said: "We will lick tbe 
janks twomorrer if goddlemtiy & paxes our 
life." _ 

Clowns. 

The present race of clowns are a dismal 
set ef fellows. They seem to protest against 
being fanny. Children believe that clowns 
Are funny, because they cannot help it, aud 
beeausa they lik i to be so. Figaro koewa 
that this is not the ease, for a down said to 
Lim once: "B.tss your bouI, sirl I'm not 
naturally funny. It waa hard times and 
want of grub tbat made me a funny man." 



"Tbe "Woman's Journal, BoetOB, has cap- 
tured a Alaesachusetls girl who walked forty 
mil.s in two days to attend a circus. 



■Ewerybndy Smnlte* 

Fred's Ohjioe, five for fifty cents. 311 Bmh at. i 



McDowell, snow Card. Writer 

JEt*ady made and made to order. Boom 10 

£08 Market street, cor. Post and Montgomery u 



When to tee Sothtrn yon hive been, 

Before you tali* yoor homeward journey. 

At "Spiers and PonaV taloon drop la 
On 8, W. corner Bash and Kearny, 

Pure Llqnora thera will wlo your thanks, 
Begtore youl— for yon most be wear* 

"With laughing at the "quip; end cranks" 

Of "Brother SBm" and "Lo:d Dundreary.' 



The New xork PliotograpU 

Gallery 

Ho. 35 Third Street, Is again open, with lar 

gpr lights, more room, and all the latest lm • 

prorements in Instruments. Cabinet Bem- 

braodti only Si per dozen; Cud Eeine.mbrat.te 

from $2 to |3 per dozen. No OHoamen employ. 

ed, B. F. ROWLAND 7a 



For Ts/asron Hardware. 

Go to R. F. iborc & Oo'i.. importers and deal- 
«r» *t 751 Market Street, St* advertisement. 6a 



Bred'i Choice 

Is the finest Havana bit' cigar sold in the State 
311 Buh street. I 



Fourth or" July. 

Strangers. La ilea h G>.n l !oman. before you 
leave the city, visit the Carpet It Furniture 
Emporium of JOHN 0. BELL nearly opposite 
the Grand Hotel on Market at. Alto folding 
Chairs, Camp Stools. The Weed Ca*p t 
Sweeper, t the finest assortments of Lace 
Onrtalnfl in the State. 6p. 



Five Hundred Men Wanted 

Immediately. To send their washing to tbe 
What Cheer Laundry, 121 Leldeedorff St. • 



A Dramatic R.mlnlienc*. 

We-findthe following in the Cincinnati 
Star of tbe 26th nil: One of the firs', if net 
the firat engagement playad in tho city by 
Ed* it. Booth was at Ihe Na'ional Th.atrr, 
wi icb wrs then (fifteen years sgo) tbe ttea- 
tie of the oity. The leading lady of the tb«- 
tre at the time wflBMnK»te Denin Byan, 
one of the onoe famoas Deoin SisUrs. 

Mr. Booth w.s to haTe commenced bis en- 
■gagementon a Monday evening, opening in 
Richelieu, but owing to the fact that the 
young tragedian was very muob "indis- 
posed" but one set of tbe pl«y woe presented 
lhat night, Mr. B. apologiasd for bis "in- 
disposition" yi tbe next day's papers, and 
resume!, his engagement tbe following even- 
ing, appearing as Hamlet to the "fair Op- 
helia" of Miss Byan. 

Those who read this article who were pres- 
ent on the occasion, will remember with 
what laughter Hamlet's injunction to Op- 
helia lo "get thee to a nunnery" was rtc rived 
Tbe nest night Macbfcta was presented, with 
Booth as the Thane of Cawdor and Mies 
Byan as L«dy BI-«beth, and certain parts of 
Miobeth'e text again sot the audience io con- 
vulsions of laughter. 

The play was concluded about 11 o'o.oob. 
in the evening, and before threo houri had 
elisped the Lady Maobeth of the previous 
night bad given birth to a fine diughter. 
Fiit en years have elasped since this drama- 
tioepsode occurred. Tae "indi-^posid" ira- 
gedian has seen the error of his way*, and 
has found both ftme and fortune in bis pro- 
f-Bsion, and tho child, who so narrowly es- 
caped baing bora on the stage, has gr^wo to 
woman's e-ttte and made her first appear- 
ance on any stage at theCa'Ifornia Tieitre. 
San Francisco, on the 20th inbt., for tbe 
benefit of John Wilson, appearing as "Z ;e," 
in the Octoroon, and we are pleased to state 
that the young Cinctonatian's debut was 
TrryBu cssful, and that ehepromisss tore- 
fl'Ot credit and honor upon tbe profession 
which she was born to. 



ftloroinir Light vs. Midnight Oil. 

At the recent Literary Fund dinner in 
London, Mr. Tom Taylor, the dramatist, 
asid that during hie twenty-two years in offi- 
cial life, his literary work was chiefly done 
in "the invaluable Hires koura before break- 
fast." To this we may add that George 
Eliotfs favorite time for composition is 
from six in tb.3 morning till nine, and Mr. 
Anthony Trollope "breaks the back of the 
day," as 8ir Walter Scott has it, by improv- 
og the same shining hours. 



Sad Neceieity. 

jack walkeathealreeta in a shock- 
ing bad hat now-a-days. Bt.cksare down 
A friend said to him yesterdiy: "Why, 
Jack, where on esrth did yon buy that hat ?" 
"I did not buy it," said Jack, sadly, "I had 

it by me." 

i . ■» 

The RosiCEtuciANs were s> set of philosophers 
wlo flourished in Germany during the Seven- 
teenth Century and preaeoated profound reee&roh- 
es into natantl science to discover tbe Elixir of 
Life. They were impressed with tbepropeitiesof 
herbal preparations, and found dyoamio and psy- 
cqo oeia tores in the extract of certain plaoti. 
PIPIFAX is dne ta their researches. It ie made 
from twenty different berb3, gathered wbea their 
juices are strongest, forming a oombi cation nun- 
vale d in the materia in 'dica. PiPil'AX assists 
-ad fort fl»e nature. It drives to the extreire 
parts, and through the pores of the akin allemnnc 
toclea of the body, the bad hamora which motcBt 
it, giving relief even in diaeaee t h > moat refractory 
md d'fncal t tooare, soch as agues, neuralgia, and 
many complalntB having their origin in tbe braia 
Fhe infiuenoe it has on the sympathetic and 
pnenmogabtrio nerves is very ear-prising. If an 
an ,nah'd patient triaePIPIFAX ha.will beaston- 
is tied at the relief it will bring to his weaken. 4. 
nerves' IF 



A. JF*le&«evxit Liocation. 

Parsonfl desiring ocm'ortable lodgings In a 
Jontrai location, should visit tbe Alhambra, 
and inspect the fine suites of rooms to let there 
Tbe bulldlne la a verr fine one and la wall 
lighted and ventilated. m 



Or. Barlow J. Smith 

Is giving a oours of Free Leotures to Gentle. 
oien on Seagal Physiology and Nervous Dis- 
•asea at his Hygeran Hall, 837 California street, 
every Friday evening, commencing at T& o'clock. 
i. part of the evening Is devoted to examining 
and prescribing for patients.. Dr. Smith gives 
phrenological examinations In regard to health 
to invalids dally, from 9 to 4 r- «., tree. w 



JJont RoadThls, 

For if yon do you will spend all of yoor 
•mcuey buying yoor family dress-pocd-, boa. 
lerles, table-clo bs, children's outfits, etc., at 
the cheapest and most fashionable place In the 
city. Frledlander k Go's, Mo. 9 Third street' 

Nucleus Building: 3.n. 

- .,.,. - # ■ 

Geo. Haae.& Oo. 

The great Gaudy Emporium, 20 Kaarny St. , 
near Uark-t. , «■, 

8m»ktri»ikforFrea'i Choice. 

The finest Havana bit civ»T on the Paoiflo Coast 
at Fred, W. Soerli, ail Bnah atreat. batween.Kear- 
ay and Montgomery streets. 



,3Pn*»llc .tceommortatton. 

Wt:.hinr left at the office belore S a. m., can 
>be retui la :he evening if reqctr«d; we 

never dlsappolotl Wbat Ohtor Laundrp, lai 
;Jj6lQeedor3 street. • 



Dental Work. 

Fob riNtar qu/lttt or work, go to T. 0. Jee- 
sup, dentist, oor. Butter md Montgomery, over 
Tucker's. 8-u 



EMiotOfrx*Aplalo Oarus. 

At one dollar per dozen at the Peoplea Art 
Gallery, 34 Third street between Stevenson and 
Mission street. A 



Beantlfwt. 

We wonder whether tbe following which 
appeared in the Local Brevities Column of 
the AUiyteterday is original or plagiarized: 

Tbe test of greatness is io elasticity of 
the soul. The man who tills bis actual po- 
sition, no matter bow often it ohanges, and 
fcxrands to its ;imit4 without «xplcsion, or 
coJl-pae, is the great m*H. Depress him io 
one respect, and heriacs correspondingly in 
another. 

That is very pretty. It pictures a man as 
a balloon, or a bag of wi . d. The local 
brevities man was tliukiog of himself 
when he wrote or prigged tbat paragraph. 



The Congressional finger is thought to be 

conrected with the Washington Ring. 



A man owns a par ef horses forty years 
old. He calls them 2-40's. 



Remorse of Conscience. 

The Alfa, after describing how Charles 
Slojdard (not Charles Warren Stoddard, 
our own California post, who is neither mar- 
ried nor a maniac,) tried to kill himtelf, 
says: 

Bto3dard h=s been a cMl-etor for a gas 
company, ard he declined to give any rea- 
son f ir his rash act. 

Surely tbe reason is given in the first 
words of that sentence: "Stoddard had 
b?en co'ltc'or for a ges company." Any 
man with a conscience, aud even tbe slight- 
est sensibility, would wish to die after be- 
ing oollector for a gas company for six 
months. Tuepublicirs montionel in the 
new Testament fallowed followed a high and 
honorable calling compared to tbat of col- 
lector fer a gas company. Nowonderthe 
poor young gentleman nished to d e. 



Too Smart. 

A facetioaB senior fsked a freshman to 
tell him tte difference between a fdc-simile 
and a sick family; bnt the laugh was on tbe 
senior, for the freshman instantly replied: 
"No difference. A sick family is a family 
th t is siok, and a fac-simile means the 
same." 

A Quiet House. *• f&& 

J.J. McUloskey, the sensation drama ti-t, 
went to get lodgines and gave bis refer- 
ences. On tbe following day, the lady of 
the honse told him she was 'sorry tbat she 
could notrent a room to him. Mr. McClos- 
key as!.ed tbe reason. SI e replied, "I un- 
derstand t'jat\our works make a great deal 
of noise, and this is a quiet house." 



A German journal seriously declares that 
all tbe great fortunes iu this country hive 
been made either by petroleum or by tho 
sale of patent medicines. 

A citizen ef Hesry county, Ky.,has pnt 
his foot down by naming his sixteanth child 
Omega. 



MemphlB belles are charged with pander- 
ing to an unlady-like appttite for sardines 
and limberger cheese. 



The Whit* House. 

The White Sou-e la thronged every afternoon 
with ladles, tbe majority ol whom have come 
from ft distance and consequently- mast need 
some refreshments. Do these ladies know that 
directly opposite the White Honse Is the White 
Hou e Kestaubant. T:.in Ee-nanrant has just 
been<re-fi;t«a and enUrged by Mr. Meyer*, the 
proprietor, with a special vlow to the comfort 
of ltidlea. He has taken great care to keep it 
select, and tne refreshments ara nr^t-class. *6w 



Free ofDanger, 

The latest sensation being worked up 07 the pa- 
pers is founded en a report that a gentleman be- 
oame inoculated with disease b; amoking a cigar 
made by a Ohinaman. Tboie who do not wish to 
ran a similar risk can avoid it by purchasing their 
cigars of H- feutliffat eittur &f his atorea 3 SO and 
f32 Kearny Street. Mr. Sutl ff manages to sell ci- 
gars made by white men as cheap as others eel' 
Ohineaeoigars. Hie eatea are large and be iscon- 
tent with a small prefit. Though lixteen yean in 
business be has never emptsyed-e Obinaee cigar 
maker, from ooneienvious oonviotlons, and never 
intends to do so. Now let those who are in earnest 
in their opposition to Ohinsae cheap labor prove it 
by giving their patronage toon* who practically 
proves hi* principles, and at the same time avoid 
the fate 6t tbe unfortunate gentleman who smoked 
a cigar which had been beslobbered byan unhealthy 
hftthen ^ . T 

W. B. Skellenberger, AH Montgomery Street, 
Real Estate, Famished Houses and Booms, 
Select Boarding places, rents collected, Furni- 
ture bought and sold, fineness opportunities 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS, picnics, excursions, etc 



PETER FERNANDEZ PETER AGUIRRE 

FERNANDEZ & AGUIRRE, 
Fashionable 

SHATTERS, 

No. 329 Kearny Street, 

Betfiofthand Pine, blN FRAJfOlSOO 

HaU Made to Ord*r and Renovated. 
j»7-lm 



DIVIDEND NOTICES.; 



DIVIDEND NOTICE 

f an Francisco Savings Union, 

No. 59Z California Street, 
Corner of Webb 

FOR THE HALF TEAR ENDING WITH 
30ih of Jane, 1873, a dividend baa been doolared at 
tbe rite of nine and e.ix tantbe [9 6 10] per ocn per 
mnnm on term deposits, and eighL (d) par cent, 
per ennamon oidinary deposits, fras of Federal 
Tax, payable on and att-r 1-lLa of Jaly '873 

By ordtr, I.OVELL Will 1 E, 

(Fl-2»r Oaahier 



DIVIDEND NOTICE 

Oerman Saving and Loan Society. 

7The Board of Directors have declared tbe divi- 
dend on deposits for the first half year 167 J, ending 
this d:.t : On Term Dp>-i(. . at the rate of nine 
and eix tsntb per osnt (0 6 -10) i>< r annum ; on ordt- 
nary deposits at the rate of eight per cent (8) per 
annam.freeof Federal Tax, payabl/oo aod alter 
Jolyl5, BanFr-noisoo. Jand 30th 1873. Byorder 

j>3 2g GEO. LETTS. Secretary 



Dividend Notice. 
SECURITY 8AVINGS BANK, 

aOlSANSOHH STjlETE. 

k DIVIDEND TO LiJiPOSITORS FOR THE 
■™- half year ending Jone 30, 1873, has ibeen de- 
clared by this Bank at tbe rate of MNE AND 
SIX-TENTHS (96:10) per cents per annum on 
TERM D£POSItS, and eight (M per cent per 
anoam on ORDINARY DEPOSITS, free of 
Ftderal Taar, payable on and after Juiy 10 1673. 
By order. T. V, BAOON, Seoretary. jy 9 lw 



Dividend Notice. 

SAVINGS AHO LQfifl SOCIETY, 

eiOj.CLAY 8TK££T, 

AT A MEETING- OE THE BOARD OF Di- 
rectors bald tbis day, a dividend was de- 
ct&red for tbe elx mo th« ending Jane 30, 1873, or 
nine and sx-t°nths (9 6-10) per oeat per annnm 
on all deposit free of Federal tax, and payable 
on aDd after tbe 151b ingt. 

OTRU-* W. OARMANY, Oasbior. 
San Francisco, July stb, 1873, jylQ 2w 



A CRANDRAPFLE 

A GENTLEMAN'S TURNOUT COMPLETE 
on account of departure. One 5 year old! 
Sorrell Horse (sound and kind, broke single and 
double. Oan trot in 2-i'o. 

One new three-fourth buccy. Larkine k. Co., 
matiera. One set of new Dntnecombs Harness, 
Dty aod Night Blatktto, Robe, Whip, t to. , at 

"Rattler's Wine Parlors," 

334 BUSH STREET, 

Wbrrj tiokets oan be b&d. Tnrnont can be seen 
at tbe City Stiblen. To be raffled on Satnrday 
evening, July 26ib, 1873. j 9 td 



GERTRUDE M. GREGORY 

—OF THE— 

GREGORY TROUPE 

Is requested to commtmicat-' immediately with 
rhe aodersigned. By bo doing -be will bear some- 
thing sr^atiy to h'r advantage. 

J. H. McC.VBE, Theatrical Affent, 
jvl9-Im 620 Washington Street, 



<to? 



OYSTER GROTTO 

A clean and respectable Oy^'er 
House fittednsporooBflly lor Ladies' 

428 PINE STREET, 

Above the California Market, between* Kearny and 
Montgomery Streets. 

A. W. MANNING, Proprietor. 
jel4-lm 



Asa L. Wausaman'a 

•' Ohlgago Beer Depot," 6*23 Bacramento street, 
between Montgomery and Kcsrny. The cele 
brated " Chicago Lager Beer," and the beat of 
llqnora. Dally lnoob, with lob&ter salad aod 
other dalicacie*. prepared by the epicurean 
George Bntt. Beer, 10 cents. Regular Qer- 
man Innehea, caviar, Swt?a oheeee and eand- 
wicnee, served to order. To lnnoh at Wanga< 
man'i la the thing. &•' 



T3Trie Seat Bemedlea, 

Err. Perry's Last Chance, fox pain. Dr. Fer- 

jet's Webf. 1 PUle, for all WUona complaints. 

or sale by all drnggiets. Agency, 41? 8ansome 

iroct, oerner of Conim^ rclal, 



Alexander the Great. 

V7e hare always believed In: hta exlatence 
his fame, and his exploits ara ulstorloal, (and 
par cone'quencc, we also bellere In his re. 
nowned eteed Baoephalns) bnt we never could 
have faith in i»»t my thloal, winged steed Pe ' 
gasus till th) « ther day, on the Cliff Honse 
road wa eaw a »aam go by on the "wlogs of the 
wind" and now, there la no limit to our oreda- 
Utyln what horseflesh can do, If the ateeda are 
supplied by Crittenden ft Daltoo, Torf Gallery 
Stables 209 Batter S rsofe. 



"THE VILLA," 

At IB. N.w 

GOLDEN GATE PARK, 

T*ie Building having jnat bean completed, is 
bow thrown open to tbe public The honae is ele- 
gantly JnrniBhed, and has 

STour- jPalblio Parlors, 

—AMD- 
Ten Private Diuing Rooms, 

ibThe whole bsfngbnflt, net like a pnbllo hotel 
bnt aa it is named. 

An Elegant Villa. 

"Tbe Villa" ia located at tbe laat or north-west- 
ern gate of tbe Park. 

Bpionriian Breakfasts, Dinners and Bnpperr, 
prepared on thBabortest notice. 

GUDIO IYIANGENSERG & CO., 

PROPRUtTOBS. jy-wt! 



THE CUFF HOUSE! 

RO&BING 0CEAH!~SURGING BREAKERS 
FOAMING SERF, ffiORSTER SEA L ONS- 

Appetizing Breakfasts, Lnncliee, 
Dinners and Suppers: 

BRING YOUR WIFE! 

BRING TOUR PAMILTI 
BRING TOUR LAI>T FRIENDS 

Andcniora view of tbe finest OOBAJC PANO- 

B&A1A IN THE WOHLD, all in tight of 

tbe world-renowned 

Golden Gate. 

With S fleet ol white -meaaengeri ertcring from 
•very part of thi commercial world. 

•*-N"ew Line Bnsaee, oonntctinff with Street 
Oara at Lone Monatrin evtry 15 mtnatee hereafter 
for the Ohff Honee. Jrl-tf 



S. F. and H. P. B. K. Co 



CHANGE OP TIME 

THE CHEAPEoT ROUTE TO THE GEYSERS. 

ON ANT> AFTHR JUNE 1, 1373. THE 8TEAH1 
or ANTE LOP)-. , connectins at Doo&nna Land 
icg witb the San F ranciaao A North PaoiQa Rail 
road Company for Oloverdale and all intermediat 
stations, will leave San Franoiaco daily (Snndar 
exepted), from Froct street Wharf. at 2:30 p.m. B*i 
tnrninfr, tbe train will leave Oloverdale daily a 
f>:(K> o'clock a u , connecting at Dooanne mth th 
aie.mar and arriving in Sao Fianoleoo at lliiHn 
f he eteamera and cara maki close oonnaotiea 
witb etasea to and from all points. 

SUNDAY EX:URS 0NS~AT REDUCED RATUl 

Leave 8an FrancisOo at 8 a. M. every Sunday 
arriving at Oloverdnle at 1 o'uiockp.u. Relnrnlpj. 
will leave Oloverdal* at '^o'clock, at riving in Su 
Francisco at 7 o'oloo - Thie will allow exoar- 
aioorjste several boars at any of tbe nUoea aioni 
t-^n line of • lie r«»d. For all information apply a 
. tap Oompvuj-'s otSce, 4X6 Uobtgomerj etreot. w 

Or aod After Jnne 1st, the Bteamer will leaf 
San Franoifco at 2 20. p. u ; the earn will leav 
Olovnrdale ut6A. M. 

ap!8 PETER DONAHUE. President 



Sadger'sGentral Park, Oakland 



THBSE BKAnTIFUL OABDBKS ARK KOW 
open for tbe B«a*OD, and nuB7 of the bm 
popular 

PICKFIOS 

Will be held there. The attractions are namer 
one. BKArlSG PAYIuION. MUSEUM. GYHj 
NASIUM. Skating free on week daya. 

AdmU.l.n 85 Centi 

OHILPRBW IO OENT8. apl? tf 



DR. JTORDA1VS 

GREAT ANATOMICtL MUSEUIji 

AndOolletm of Medicine 

10 000. BE *- DTlFUI * •""> INSTRUOTJ 

IViUVU We obieote to be ae?n. Qpen to the 
Pnblic DAY AND NIG a f, at EUREKA HAXJL 
Si 8 Montgomery atreet. FOR MEN ONLY- 

efcT-Dn, Jordan's Pbivatb Orrjtm ie at til 
Geary street (opposite old Meohanics' Pavilion). 



IT'S HARD TUVXEai 

. . . .TH EREPOBE . . . . 

SAVE YOUR MONEY( 

BY GOINO TO 

THE PALACt^OF FASHION 

ANOTHER EXCITEMENT ABOUT THE 
New tore. 17 Second atreet. oppoaite tne 
Grand Hotel. Olothlng of tbe latest and moat 
faahioDable etylea tmi** to order, i hraper and 
better than at any ether house in the city. 

NOTE THiTpRICES. 

Pants.... from $6 to SI 2 per pair 

Suits -from $25 to S30 

I invite the inapeotlon of the OhoioeafGooda in 
the market, 

A. MORRIS, 

No. 17 Second Street, 

i*17 lm Oppoelte Oraad Hotel. 



DRRENZ5 
HERB 



The breat Toulc end Appetizer. Fe>T 
Sal« ETerynrhere. myd 3m 



J. C. COMBES, 

TERRAPIN LTJNCH, 

Cor, Second and Tehama atreete. 

F*Terrepin con.tantly on band.: 
Oystere in every atvla, PRIVATE 
SUPPSR ROOMS FIR PARTIES.' 
dec 31 lm ' 



MORACHAN& LYNCH, 

DEALERS IN 

OYSTERS, OLAMS and all kinds. 
ofSnell Fiah. ■ [»J1 68 Ualiforniafl 
Market, ban Francisoo. Op"n Day 
and Night, tf amiiies, Pnblic anl Pri- 
vate Parties, Hotels, bhippiog and 
Hestanranta anpolied. j>-J-lin 



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YY URYY UB 

If TJbl yoreSHIBTiatNo. 3 

4 baBtomeraR alwalt aaltid ibar 

Witb tbe pry si* tlia oel thtre underwar 

And cytI thing In tbe FurnlBhlng line 

U kan Ri t yonr mnnnee worth erri time 

Toilet articles 2 0' everi kind 

ju.t tri them once and bare in mind 

At the Old Stand 3 2nd St 

TJ hi at irjsig tbat kant B B*et. 

BENEDICT * CO. 



IO Cts. 1 Ota. IO Cts. 

Par Olaes for the Flaeet 

Wines and Liquors, 

and (be Oele brated 

FREDERICKSBURG BEER, 

— m— 

FRED O. WENTWORTH'S 

SALOO S3" 1 , 

601 KEARNY STREET, N. W. oor. Sao. 
je-19-tf. 



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QEORGf MATES 1 . 

EALBB IN 0Y8TBB8, OiJJffi 

aodah kind, of SHIttLFIBH. £ 



"'eitiila oc prtrate "pirtia. a^id fimiUee wppHrt 
trora 6 a. at. to U w. u. l**la^ tf^Oxtitmfnt 
Or«tnBoomop«ifro««aj«.w>a/jr lafllt 



SUUa Hoa. *o, aVl, Aat. OaUfomU 
Market, entranoe oa OelUonOaatnet. 



CANDIES. 

ALL KINDS OS THB FINKET lOAMSI 
cade at oor Steam Oaodj Faotory dailr. All 
orAeiBjOapeoiallT from the ccantr7, iia acuotiofli 
*pd s III be promptly attended to. 

OANTY A W AGNES. 
1IVT Mi.nnpAnutni.C nw ntatta* 

mmm lodging house. 

_ FINELY FUBVX8HED BOOHS. SHf> 
J Sfletoa^n enlla, 

I v ^PF«ii l %lB;hae4l iand_'V«atllaM4> 
trnrnrnMned'Eoonuc to let. LoCMxa ^Ttb 
board. ALHAAtBRA BUlLl>INO > 



VARIETY TALENT WANTED 

....FOB..... 

TTIH VAHIETIES, 

PIOCHK NEVADA. 

AaUrtaWi 

SAM'L NETJHAN, Beaineaa Maover, 
jell « V ABim IE8, Pi.ooe Ner. 



PIANOS 

....AND.... 

ORGANS. 



CALT, AND EXAMINE KINDS ANT) PBICKS 
before pnrebaaiDa* elaewhere. Oood bargaia* 
to be had. 

A. IV BANCROFT A OO.. 
jeHtf 7«S Market atre^U 



STEPHEN MAYBELL. 

Comedian.' 

Parties wfshlngtalent for city or oonntrr oan 
ens (" the sane by addreauing a note to him at 
thla office. j^23-lm 



GERMAN PIANOS. 

_^^m^^— THE BEST ANB THE OHEAP- 
K ■ -at. ^chinnbK^dter & Co., Agenti 

■^■^^■^■rlfor the oelebrated Factories ol 
I! ; I llBlatbner. in Leipzig, and Schleip, 
n Berlin. Office. Ale OLAY S * RliEr ap3S t 



White & Kearns Combi- 
nation Tronpe. 

In oonaeqnenoe of Maura. White A Kearns leaf- 
ing for the East this tronpe will he known Mnel- J 
teraa the California OombiDa'ion Tronpe. _ 

Ik** Sc.pp, Manager ProTaoa. 

Olnb Brtm No. SSO Jeaai* lireet 



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NOHTBOMERYSI 
HOTEL. 



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PUCKIEY'S new VARIETIES 



II1W ALHAMBRA TEIATRI. 



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£*^530nly Veraatija Variety 8 
^^H LicUMl 0**7. 




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CALIFORNIA MINSTRELS. 

•«.... * nd mop. B111 >' Manning. Frank MomniRobt. Fraser 



BELU UNION THEATRE 

FIRST WEEK OF "s ALLY ANN." 
JENNIE JOHNSON 



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it r\ In Pinlonn, 



JCLT It ..d 1.1 



»AriRDAT AMD ION DAY MIKKOI 

T *« r»f'.%ra>aa«a • )., • '»■,••.,«* .(J. |A* 

MALE AND FEMALE MINSTRELS 



O- TIIOMPBION 

i«tm;i.it»«iin-ni.M KVEHIMCM 

FIRST PART OF WIT. SONG UD FUR 








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ZCH3IL.lL.XOfl. OXJ1'IDOi>aJj3. 

r«or t* r ■ , ■ n "mi mxi.i. i nr r. a 



"The Renowned B AJFll>j:EY a In his Champion Jig 



MME. CA88INICCFR 



« Trail * r ...-. .-. 



•.VAN* AMI! "1 iKt 



MIm Rlaa.k* 

rim Ls>«nsa 



Ts esoelad* am:. So ban Fraasr'a Trio* F salon i ma, Taa 

OLD WOMAN who Lived in the SHOE 

Scene I .-—Regions of Dark Despair. 



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IRBLAND > * AFRICA. 



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onTiMonx. 



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Hallle La faira-ae* 







Scene 2.-— Magic Change to Mother Goose's Village. 

TOM TOM Tba Piper's rior, a'i»tw*'i1« O'own jFC<OjT3 in.**? JF'jFC^^A.ei'BjFc 

M*«**r|fw RtH lb. iM4Wi»u tbilitM ls.ihM,*(unw4i' , wl<lo}t li'HI IHKT 

I UI, *I ir.il.rrr,.. ... MK. *. 

Ml XV O 'O'tH 'PKaD. ad ipxr ota i. the Tit'ege Baker 

MASri-K 'MAHl.KS 

■ •■■ ... ... MIMS MTHFH * II. I !AMh 

-«: MISS f ANPiY GlBSOJa 

To««j J body. B :tj. r»t.r. B>bby, 5m, K t-r. Lour, Fiaar.lU : children who hred Is the ttbos. Villas -r«. Demote, etc 



-lere She Goes and There She Goes 

Mum, Fm.. Mnrilsor*. D«.of ftad K.li in > 



iman 

MK ML 
WMII 



OOABAOTUS IX THE THICK B0XHE8: 

rnnrlMAI _ 







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MA^HK .1 iMIH 

D J HHKRWOO'i 

,:f.i fOHToR 

MII-.1 M1KRMAN 

: ■ Oo»r*«tl«a«ry M.tf M.atc llirr. NOMR4.-icr.il fie (Innltntll. NDKKI fi.-M.Mn. 

• It and Boardlac llou.n. ICINR 0.-Oard«a. Pa. de Den br M'lle Marie Gaogaln aad 
la*. BaUlar. MCBNM 7.— l.l.k Blue aa,l VTMIta Hoa.e. ICF.XE 8.-Paclflc Nltrcet 

br MaaalldhU io:.m: I). -Parlor at I.lcb Hi». W««K lO.-A Pamlllar 

Fecit. SCfiDIK 11.— Vaa Mia Amic. HOEWF 1..— Plato*. B.aol. 

•cexe m.-enAMii naroMioAL tableau 

Washington Crossing the Delaware. 



Of VJioU' ^^ l.»nr» UlTTOa 

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TataaBf Hartaa 

Hl'lM. 

Tnirni/ Una 

-ha wOdaard 



Choirn Sfli-n ioii-a, MiKH Laura Kervoo 



THE "MODOCS" 

O.r'ril Bink-im Joba Weodaar4 

Law Prifii*.. »-» i K.lly 

Aargtsit UaUatkaad Uw» Uiiaa 

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.riiteli Ni>u« Mud Duaee 

f'm.-«ic Nmg 

Kit ml il»r Minnilt 

FuTolte Saniia 




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Ftril Bllrhla 

Mums: r a..-ii F 

1 •»•> rtv.n 

Lo'iaOrsy 



To co:c'ad* with tia Uugbabt* -fketcb et.t t «d 



Look out for New Stars from the Fast 



imi mu.il Lunula, noun. 

'ACIFICHOUSETTfiV^zrrr 
ILYMPICHOUSE.^^rSi 

B » I.BTOH A roTEMLL. 



glOAl 



At tho I X L AUCTION *TORE, IW«. G18 and 6«0 KBARVY SRRBRT, cor. Commercial. 



TRUNKS AND VALISES 



SCTPr-'RIOR, OUSTOM-MAD8 |WOPK: WAR- 
rants'! atroog and durablfl, at lt entl, radrosdj 
J. OOKIN. Iraok-BAkar, 23' MoDlsomarr 



SEALS FESTIVAL 



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UNDIES, 



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iciTUflKKaw* 1 -* 

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jundsy and Monday, July 21 &22d. 



ABOQg Um BocisttM and intiii who hire txpre*t«d 
hair iaiiotioD of ptrtlolpatlng Id the .par form intei on 
be ooemjloa of tbt uiDual Featirsl and Fair of tha Btr 
■Tolant Ordar of Haaii aia '.he following : 
Bndion LlitOD 




.AT THE. 



City Garaens. 



ma Fnaoiaai Csdeu. 
hs Of intoal Orpbaoi Club 
t.« TwelTt, 
isasiin k Friu 
Cias Jaonia B^oth 
eoaia Jobnaoo 
......Hu-laod 

Irs. Chaa. Cornel 
[ian!a Fiiltnora 
aonie Garrttajn 
lay Leslie 
Uricii K-II7 
o ia Bobiioo 
Caggia Br. Clair 
laggia Brswar 
! tdia Liaoeltaa 

I- J CuleOBftD 

'•.e Oaliforoia Jewo 1 
laoria BUwirt 
lenry Klogs.ay 
ohooy fltarr 
amee P Dodb* 






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E N rh.yor 

I J b Ttirr.QCQ 

I O.o ninclloy 

Willis tjlmmi 
I 8 W Pi.roj 

IJ.ke WmUioo 
TLom.i W Broo 
It W Koblor 
I Chu. Sobultz 

IHQDrr Lnk.s 
Fred llilchie 
G90. CThomptOQ 
IObil. Tbompsou 
D»o LowTy 
Hugh Kubiaoa 
IJ.0. C)l!on 
Enoi FroatniA 
Bob Hirt 
I Hon< Schmidt 
I Ml'.. To.rM* 
I Fr»d LyiUr 
I Munla Wbltoo 



Uuni. iuQii.ua rot prlzw >ad («r lb. Baziir hit o Alio 
!«a rioolTod from Ui. followiog parti.. : 

Thoa. W. BrM, BilT.r-mon.nted Banjo, to bo con" 
MHd (or by amaMar playar.. 

0. A. Htovarl, oo. Box of Cigar.. 

0. 0. Oanniog, ftrin of Eolbro.k 4 Co., order for a 
air of Boot.. 

A. Oohn, two Box., of Cigar.. 

Satar & K.ition. Saloon, corner of Q.ary and Dn- 
oot iimM, ordar for a Sat. 

L\no t.trr A Norton, 617 W.ihlngton itre.', order for 

pair of 110 Pant., to meaeucr . 

Dnaa Artifldial Btoo. Company, two set. of ArtiSoial 
rinaawTaM.. 

Johnny Frioa, Siloon, 831 Kearny Ureal, Pair of Clog. 
sd But). 

Mr. Ju. Qibb, Saloon, 617 Morohant .trut, on. Caa* 
f Win, 

atr. F. O. E4av«a, OarpaU (to., 6M and 630 Clay 

Mdl, OB. ttVMfeaT Snjlar. 



3LP J aLOIF"IC 

LAffEIPOlfll 

THIRD TEAR OF PUBLICATION. 



ISSUED EVERY TUESDAY. 



Only Legal Journal Published West 
of the Mississippi. 



Publishes all the California Supreme 
Court Reports. 



IT 'HAS RECEIVED THE CORDIAL ENDORSE- 
MENT OP TBI PROFESSION AS A 

RELIABLE AND INDISPENSABLE AID TO 
THE PRACTICAL LAWYER. 



J. P. BOGARDUS, Pablisher. 



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BORER'S BITTERS. 



THK ITNDERHIGXHD IS ROLB AGENT IN 
UalffoJoi*. for lbs aals of iba sbova oala- 
brattd But n. H- in prapared to deal witb 
Marobanta and Jobbara on tba moxt ruatioDablo 
tirrrj". WM. B. JOHNSTON. 

jull Its 4« Oalilorola BtrsaU 



A FT Kit lalK 

THEATRES ARE OUT 

00 TO THE 

Hot Sootcn, 

Batlcr atreeti Bfiir Reams, 
And try one of tbeir 

Hot Stotch's or Tom & Jerry's 

All Drinks Ten Centa 

mmr JOM. D. BRIOOS. Proprietor. 



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[|wANwS»^Vl 



^ For Wale— A. jPlnnffer. 

Twaotvlwo fast long br tan feat b;sm. Sslla 
Anubor and Obaion— ooroplats >D erery rsapaat 
Wall aaltad for A PL.KASURK BOAT. Th* oraft 
la uaarly oaw aad will ba aotd at A GREAT BAh- 
OAIN. To haaean at Malst'e Wharr 

Anply by latter or in paraoo to "Obab," FiQABO 
OrFicz. ___^ j«!5-2w 



LADIKS' FAIR, 

in aid or in 

Orphan Boys at San Rafael 



.iitj, 



.•PT'aai 

OOHHZXOIKO 

ONDAT ATIJflHO JVKSWItH 

OOKTINUINQ DOBIHG THE WEEK. 



WDR. AIKIN 

^F Carra Recent and Chronic Dlaeaaea of 
EYK. EAR. THROAT. LU.\GS and HEART— Oalarrb, Deaf 
noaa, Diaobsrsss (ton tba Kaia, Wamk or li Hamad Ey«», Ooogb 

Obilitr. Kpliepsi, Naoi-aiRia, Ubaumat.lam. Djapvpais. file 



Borofola, Dropsy, t™, 

A.uOlaa. narrted or slngln, uani-arf apeedy. asfs Cora of 
Irr.miaritiai, Paia, Sappreaiioo. waakoeaB, Prolapioa, rto.. 
St.iniliiy. Ovarlaa sod other Diidudi rflmadisd. AVOli) 
DRUGS 

Caiiceri, Tumor", Waoa sod Harku nkUlfolly ramorad. 

»-r All OoofldaDlial Oaaas PaHbfaily Atlandea. 

Tnuiiii tiaa McB| oo matiar what thay're rssd or dos- 

'r.d.caa rely on acre remedy of deformity, debility, or dte- 
eaia wesrlos OD body and miod. No qatolcat-y or Oeot'iition. 
Bout uieariB known for rapid, eaay oar* (aToidmr daoKer, euf- 
teriog, espOBQrs or loia of Mine) of abatloata aod ap«>oial dls- 
t aaea altuout maroory, polaooa or oaaaaoua druga. Complata 
care ( wtiore all o to art fail) of worttoasaa and any aymptoms 
loft from bad trentmant orBeglaot. -4S» 

FraaOooBBltatlODi. All Medloioea, ato . foroinbsd, 

Call. Or write your oaaa. Addreaa. N. J. AlKJN. M. r>., 

asy Offloe, tSO* Kesroy etreet, N. E. Ooroar of California 
■treat, ban Franoisoo, Gal. jeB" 



Single Outside Rooms, 

■ ■ WITg 

No. 1 Spring Beds and Hair H&ttrassus, 

AT TDK — 

BRANCH HOUSE, 

4.4 SAM.OUE .T2BBT, COB. CI.AT, 
AT 

pirty Oonta pax* jxricjlat. 
And Less by the Week. 



OPBKT 

Apr-98 . 



.3— Ij NIGH 1 

L. I. BWELL, Proprietor. 



PIONEER SHOE MANUFACTORY 




TOE PE03T ELIOAlfT (TOMTOM WOBE IK THE OITT 



Been Jc MaynRrd, 



THB JOXTEHAL U* AMUSZMENTB. 

-iltsbed every Dw la tb* Vear b» 

BOGARCUS 



fttt» riirchoal *** fi«« Washington st*. 

B«low Montgomery. Ban 7r*nol»oo. 



BATUBDAY JCLY 12, 1873 



iHUHEflKNTS, Etc. 

Cauforma Theatre.— At the ma'inte 

to-d»y, "Brother 8am" will be perform**), And 
tbta evening Mr. Botbero will preieol DondreA' 
n'l ecape-graea broker fortkelast time. Ibe 
btuinaas h*sb.en -piendid tnroncboot tbe week. 
Brother Sam came well introduced, mod was At 
once Accepted br tbe San Francisco pob ic. On 
Monday, Mr. Sotbern will appear ice genome 
or medy- Robert eon's "D*vid Gerrlck." Tbie 
play be* beeo peiiormtd in Ibl* city with Law- 
renoe Barret in tbe title role; it w.e performed 
In Locdno with Mr. Sstbern ae David Garrlokfor 
t wo hundred nights; at Walleek'e. New York, tbe 
play ran ometfelinlgbts. It oAn only ran one 
week ■■ SAn Frenoiaeo, in comaqoeaoe ol Mr. 
Cotbtrj'e eogigemeEt terminating next week. 

Himwm t ThXATBE. — Billy MtDDlDg, 
Frank Morac. Robert F»a«r, Matter Beroer, 
Bob Hart, Sam Rickey aod tbe rest o< tbe bright 
galaxy At tbi> booit present an immense enter- 
taismeat. After a capital Brit part in which 
Billy Manning aed Frank Morao eanse greet fan; 
An interlude oacanleonsltt eg of "Aire from 
Dutch lend," by Ma*t t Barney : "Heller Outdone,** 
by Billy Manning and Prank Mono, And Master 
Barney in bis obamplon jig. Tbe Tery amaslng 
pantomime of "Ihe Old Woman Who Lired ia 
ike nboe," in wkieb Robert Fraacr, Bjb Hart 
Bam Rickey, Harry Thompson And many other* 
appeAr, concludes the enWrliinment which will be 
given at the matinee to-dy , this evening and to- 
morrow evening. 

Bella Union Theatre.— Miss Laura 

Barvon. Misa Lotta Gray, Mlse Sane Robinaon, 
Mlee Jennie Jobaeoo, end a boat of othere will 
appear .a-nigbi in acta, songa and dances. Among 
Abe piesea to be performed, are "Baity Ann," 
"Tbe Laid Agoioat tbe Hodoca," "Tbiok O* Hear- 
ing" aed "Bounced." Aoand-rline on the killa 
bide bjb look oat for new stars from tbe Seat. 
Tke proapsct la a pleasant one, at i he mtnage- 
m at are anre to engage tbe beat available talent 
Hew facia and new acta are tbe life of a variety 
theatre. 

Bccel£T'b New Yajuettrs.— A great Sitror- 
dav night bill will be played at tbis henae. Among 
tbe new Acta "A Masked Batters" br Ned Buckley 
and Harry Devoy, "Mme. Oaaeinlgger by Geo. U 
Tbompeoo. Htirry Devoy and Frank Mortimore 
and "Here She Goee, There She Goea" by the com- 
pany. 

Golden Gate Fare.— Those who drive 

ont to the new park should Titlt Tbe Villa which 
baa just been opeced. Here they will And four 
publfo parlori aad teo private dining rooms. Gaido 
Margenbcrg AOo tbe proprietors get np epicurean 
breakfasts, dioneis and anppere at abort notice. 

Woodward's Gardens.— Immense Bosh. 
—Tbe now sejaariam, with ita grand scenes, ia 
proviag vary attraciiva. Foujteeo sea Horn now 
■port In the wh>le pood. Sxbibitions and skat- 
ing every day. Jake and George Wallace, Saner 
Rosa And the Lasceil Brotbera, to-da? and to* 
morrow. 

Grand Sunday .Excthsion.— The Btoamer 
Antelope leaves Saa Franoisoo every Saturday at 
2 50 P. M. and oa cuodar at 8 A. AC. from Broadway 
Wbarf, connecting with tbe oats of the North 
Pacific Railroad At Benabue for Petalnma Santa 
Boas, Healdsbnrg and Oloverdale. Exonrsion 
ticketi are usasd at redaced rates, aad are good 
from Saturday to Monday. Those who wish -o 
enjoy a little co mtry air at the end of tbe week, 

Piatt's Hall— Ladieb Fair The La- 
dies' Fair, i:r the benefit of the Orphana at Ssn 
Rafael, bee attracted large and fashionable crowdB 
to Piatt's Hell during the week. Tbe hall p.e- 
■ante a very attractive appearance. And makes a 
moetagresble lounging place. Tbe fair will close 
te-nigbt, when wbea we hope there wi' I be a eea- 
•ral aelliDg off ol tbe beautiful thlnga at tbe 
various : tails. 

B. P. O. 8eals' Festival asd Fair.— A 
gra id fe t vai atd fair will b: given b/ the Benev- 
Dlect Protective Order of SealB, at tbe City Gar" 
decs, an Sunday and Monday, July 20th aad 21 t. 
This order comprises actors, musicians, dancers 
singers, pools, writers and many bright geniuses' 
in or h,sr professions, and tsey will doubtless get 
npoaeol the beat eaeertunmeati ever offered to 
tbe public Members of the dramatic, music*- 
and equestrian profeailoas desiring t j volunteer 
for tola oocos'on. and patties wishing t> offer 
prises, can communicate with A. W. Baik, G. S 
O. B., At the Lodge Rooms, 173 Market street, or 
with BhealdanOorbya.G.B., Room 16, '620 Wash. 
ngtoo strett. The Iltl of volunteer a |for this af" 
fair appears on our flrat page. 

Tne Cutf House,— Captain Fester, the 

genial hoBtof tbe Ol iff House, entertains visitors 
from all parts of tbe Globe at his famous lea-side 
reiort. The Ollff House ia the one thing Sao 
Francisco baa to boast of as different from any- 
thing else ia the world. Omnibuses ran every 
day from ths terjunos of the Lone Mountain 
Railroad. 

Farewell Benenit of Owes Mablowe 

-Owan Mtfljwa will take h t a farewell benefit and 
makehialau appearanoe at the Califoraia Tbea- 
treon Wednesday alternooo. July 16th, wbon the 
beautiful comedy ol "The Palaoe of Tr ath" will 
bs revived with all the original eoenery. Mr 
Marlowe has dona everjtaing so well that the 
public faavs always wiahid to see mire of him 
We hope thatthey will goto aee him on this las 
oocaslon and will giro him a tremendous house 
Recitations, toogs and dances will be gtvan by 
numerons voluoteera. I. "The Palace of Troth," 
M.aa Carrie Lelgb, a young lady who has far some 
t>mebeen studying tor the etige. nnler Mr. Mar- 
low. . iuitlen. will make h.r firal appearance oa 
tbe stage. 



Note* — TLere are about three bondrea 

dramatizations cf Wilkie Collioa' novel "The new 
Magdalen" recently completed by amaUur pl M 
wnghta in diff r aortions of the United btitea. 
California has not oeen behind band, three version 
hBTe been written in Saa Francisco, ont in Sacra- 
mento, one in Saott Orur, aad we understand one 
inSiiJoifl. Tbe new Msgdalen baa been sadly 
msn'od. Mias Carlo;ta Leelercq will shortly ap- 
pear in Wilkie Cc re' original version at the 
California Theatre. It is -needless to Add no 
others are genuine, j 



Professor Vanok tbe magi6>*n whose perfor- 
mance Inctber cities have befta noticed In Fioaao 
basarnvsd m San Francisco, and will ebertly com" 
m-aceaaeriesof aatertainmenU At Piatt's Ha 1. 

Madame Anua Bishop will arrivo io this oi*l to- 
aigbt. She will give a series of farewell cososits. 

Misa Minnie Wa Mo ene of tbe most at ractiv* 
aad pleasing a ?tr Sites on tbe * msrican atage who 
la too a^on to leave na. la to bi tbe reelpett of a 
grand cemplimentary beoefit before abe takea her 
depait ire. 

James F. Bowman': llHrarr entertalomeoA en- 
tlt'ed "Ad Bvanicg wiU Longfellow' 1 wbioh took 
piaca al Mercautlle Library Hall on TborsJay even- 
ing attreotad an audience compoted of tbe beat 
people to 8ai Franei oo. The sh uing light* of the 
Caorcfc. tbe Law, ibe Drassa and tbe other learned 
profaaaioos were well represented. The entert vin- 
miDt was qu te a success. 

Mlsa May Howard who baa been visiting London, 
Vienna and other of toe chief cities ol Europe 
returned to Iran Francisco last night. 

Henry Edwards (a likely to be detained Io Port- 
lead Oregon by tbe tenons illoeaa of Mrs. Ed- 
wards. ^^^^_^_^^^^_^^_ 



EASTERN DRAMATIC NIWS. 

The Grsnd Op'ra Houss remains closed antil 
the end of August, when it will re-apen with 
Sbakspeare'e "Midanmmer Might's Dream," wito 

Gairt-e JU Fox as Bottom The riftb Avenue 

Theatre will commence ita eammer eeason with 

J. E. Bmmett io "Frita'* On tbe 1st Biuoio- 

anlt's new ptsy of "Mimt" was produced at Wal- 
lack's At tbe Olympic Miss Amy Stone ap- 
peared on tbe 30th In "Cigarette or the Little 

Leopard of France" At Kiblo's a drama by J 

J, Wallace founded on "f be Bohemians cf Paris'' 
sod eotitled "Tbe Beats of !few York" was pro- 

dnced on the Kith .Bryant's Mlnatrela oloaed 

their season on tbe 2fith alt Johnny Alleoasd 

Mias Alice Harrison contiaued at tbe Theatre 

Oomlque At Wood's Masrnm, Miss Annie 

Firmin and John Jack, were acting at mstineBS 
in a dramatization by the latter cf Wilkie Collins' 
Now Magdalen. T. G. Rigga began an eogagemeot 
on tbe 30th io "Sbio Fane." 

Signor Tomaso Balvioi, tbe great Italian trage- 
diau, engaged for a toor of this country by Mr- 
Mauri oe Gran, will make bis flrit appearance In New 
York at the Academy of Musio, on Monday, Sep- 
t ruber 22d. He ia higiy praised byibedlstin- 
gniehod author, Mr. W. W. Story, aod other noted 
critics, 

Tbe Acsdemyof Music, Chicago, la to ba ettlrely 
reboilt la sea-on to open oa September 1. Among 
the at ira already engaged, are Mrs. D. P. Bowers, 
Mrs. F. S. Ohaofrao, Miss Oarlotts Leelercq, tbe 
Lydia Thompson Troupe, Bothers, Ohaofrao, 
Owens and Oliver Dond Byron, 

Frank Lawlor haa leased the Globe Theatre 
Caloago, for three years, and after remodelling 
aod tonohidg it up, wiU open tbe place as a Bow- 
ery Theatre, producing the Isteet seueatioa aod 
apeotAoular plaie. 

Frack Ohanfraa recently purchased thirty-fire 
aorea adjacent to his country residence at Long 
Branch, paying for it $14,000 cash. He is reported 
to bare realizid $30, UK* from his last year's "star- 
ring." 

Mr. Shiel Berry will stsr next season to a oew 
drama written forhimby Mr. Charles Gayler, 

Frank Maro bas become abao: u'e owner, by par- 
obaae, of "The Streets of New York. ' 

Rirtoriwill probably rotors to this oonotry io 
tbe Fall. 

Mr. And Mrs. Btrney William j are eogaged at 
Booth's oext seasoo. 

Miss fc'Iiza Weatbersby is engaged as soobrette 
at tbe Unioo bquare TbeA're oext aeasoo. 

Tbe Strakosoh opera seasoo begioB at the Aoad- 
emy of Music, New York, on tbe 29th of Septem- 
ber. Tbe company is now complete, aod inclodea 
M'lleOeriatioe Nllseoo, M'lle Maresi. M'lle Tor- 
riani, MIbs Annie Lonise Gary and Borioo Cam. 
panioi, Victor Caponl. Maurel, Del Paente and 
Scolari. The conductors will be Sigoor Muzia and 
M. Brettsns. Tbe rapert>ire ia t» inolade W«g- 
nor"B"LoheogT.a" aad Verdi's "Aids," 

Emily Tnorne, it Is said, will soon return to the 
stage. 

Ned Bantline proposes to take bis "Prairie 
Scouts" t> Europe, oext year. Unhappy Europe ! 

Rubinstein, at last accounts, b&i arrived io 
Paris on bis way to St. Petersburg. 

"Hamlet" was recently acted at Lafayette, Iodi- 
aoa, and i:s ptrformince wbb mentioned, Io thai, 
following tender strain, by the Journal of the' 
place: "Hnmlet" mast have beeo a remarkable 
man not to have gone mad in the midst of such 
csaractors as his aimless mother, the inBipid and 
discordant Ophelia, and the noisily empty Laertes, 
as they were presented on tbis Btage. We confess 
to a secret satisfaction at tie paieooing of toe 
Queen, who in rouging her cheeks, got a doable 
dose on tbe end of her nose, and we experienced 
a malMoui joy in the uoekillful stabbing of 
La( rtes, who deserved death, if for so ether res- 
s n tbaa for his unaccented lamentations ever 
the demise of a horse-fiddle Bister, wbose depart- 
ure should have beeo to him a source of joy. 
The Grave-diggsr did well, not ooly in bis profes- 
sional work, bat in effectually burying the ill- 
dreased Ophelia. We never attended a faoeral 
with more pleasure." 

The We/out Street Theatre. Philadelphia, oow 
closed to admit of the necessary reoovation aod 
repainting, will be re-opeoed on the 11th of An 
gust, with tbe revival of Snakepeare'a "Tempest ' 

Mrs. Col. Colby, formerly known io the profess- 
foa aa Mias Alice BUngsbary, and oow resfdiog at 
Natchez, Miss,, has eoxnpletef a boat of tbe late 
GeoRobsitK. Leo, which was recently preBenud 
to the K. K. Lee Lodge, of Vioksbarg. 

Lester Wallock will spaod tbe tommer io Ba- 
rope. 

Mr, F. S. Ohaofrao begias the oext season at 
tbe Boston Theatre. He will produce a new local 
drama, written for him by Oliftoo W. Tajlenre, 
and "Ki^" will probably ba brought ont with new 
scenery. 

Virginia Boebaoaa Is unfortunate, for within 
three years eh-) baa lost father, mother, grand- 
father, child Aod husband, which comprises tbe 
whole of her family. Her husband. Mr. B?r:oa 
Parker, diel oa tbe fifth of the prsseot mscth. 

Mr. FarnieVNemeBte" and Mr. Leopold Lewio'a 
"Wandering Jew," recent London successes, will 
sbortlybe produoed in New York. 

The New York Meioary says: The Berger Fam- 
ily ta k of shor'lygoioB te California. They left 
their home at Jackson, Mich., lash, to conorrtixo 
on their was to Chicago. 

Adelelne Phillips is enjoying her summer aieeta 
at Msrsbfield. Mass. 

Madame Ruderadorff has taken ap her summer 
residence in a cottage at Swampscott, Mass., 

Lawrence Barrett aod Troupe, SpriogQeld Mats 
July 2. 

Oliver Dood Byron. Montreal July 7. 

Oouldook, with John Klisler'a Cleveland com- 
pany. Detroit, July, 4. 

Denver TheAtro, Mi —Annette loce in "Haoch- 
baok" and other legitimacies, as played by her 
twentr years ago. 

Vokes Family have been bathing and fis'faicg 
daring the week at a wateriog-plaoe in Boston 
Harbor. They have cancelled their Montreal en- 
gagementa for 23d. and will sail for England July 
J* m M,aD *af with Mr. Napier Lo,b..o. a Boston 

. >L ,, dlrtct "- Tb «* "ill return in time to open 
At the Umon Square Theatre in September. 

n ,. alleged that the system of manager.! 



"protection" which prevala in tbe Parisian 
theatres with refor*n:eto leeding actresses, baa 
Already found Its way to New York. Without this 
agreeable aoeompanlment. tbe current Frenoh 
drama would be devoid of interest to t base behind 
the footligbt*. 

The New York Merooryio Its eammary of Ssn 
Francisco dramttlo oewa says: On ibe 48th. a 
Mias Jean Ciara Walters aod a Mlis Florence Kent 
appeared in a dramatization of Ouida'j "Strath- 
more' 1 and "PooAh^ntsf." They were Anoounoed 
as the celebrtted artists from New York. New 
York Is in profound ignorance of eilhsr them or 
tbeir celebrity. 

Tbe oelebra'edSalvioni Sisters, s id to be tbe 
fiaest dancers in Bnrope, have been ergnged for 
the "Black Crook," bat will not appear aotil Sep- 
tember. 

There hive been several attempts to fire tbe bew 
Memp^le Theatre, but w tbout sooceae. Spasl- 
disg A Bidwell bave shipped tbe property aid 
scen-ry of the tbsatrs to St. Louis, pteparator; 
to turolDg the bouse over 1 1 Mr. Leffiogwsll, tbe 
sew manager, for the reason of 1873-'7«. 

Fsrron and Eaker, with a company. Boflalo 
Academy. 30 :b. 

Jobo Broagbam is engaged in prepa*ing a new 
play for Jeinie Wallace, of tbe Fraik Dob-oo 
Wallace lister Company. 

Arliagtin, Cotton and Kemble's Minstre Is 
Kaosay City 30: h. five nights. 

Mr. Bsrt'oy Campbell bas contracted to write A 
ploy for Welsh Edwards, containing suitable 
characters for that geo'.lemaa, Mrs. Edwards and 
Little Lillie Edwards, for wbfob Mr. Oamtbell, it 
is said, is to receive fl 000, and the play is to be 
completed by early Spriok. 



PACIFIC COAST JJRAMATIC NEWS. 

HollisTbb.— The New York aod New Orleana 
Equestrian and Zoological Exposition axbibvtsd 
here on Monday to an immense concourse ef peo- 
ple. Tboreeeipta were over $3,50'. 

Vieginia Ctxy.— Kelly and Leoo, G. W. Jester, 
Charles Vivian and others commenced ao engage- 
ment at Piper's Gtera Heuse on Monday, and have 
played to good booses throtgboat tbe week. 

PETALUMi.— The Wit amusement (he Petalnma- 
aiacs had wasa leoiareio the ihsatre on Wednes- 
day by Mr. Henry Allen of Londoo" on the snb- 
jsct of prisones. Mr. Allen bas tried many Io the 
old world, aod the new, and thinks they all need 
reforming, 

Oablakd.— Wieniawskl waa to have given a con- 
cert at Bray too Hallos Monday, bat the audience 
Was ao small that it waa ditmissed. Oakland is 
b scorning as bad A3 San Jose. 

Bam Jose —The New York aod New Orleans 
Equestrian and Zoological Exposition drew a largo 
crowd taat night . The San Jose people are fully 
capable of appreciating acircas performance. 

Salt Lake.— Madam© Anna Bisbon leaks fare- 
well benefit on tho 30tb. On the 2a, a perform- 
acoo was given at the Theatre, for the benefit of 
Harry Lorraine and J. W. Donne. The cram.- of 
"f he Lonely Man of tbe Ooean" waa performed on 
the 4th, 

ANATOMICAL MTJSZTJM,— OD6 Of 1G8 mOEt 
complete collections of the kind In the United 
Statos, comprising hundreds of oostty and beaa- 
if ul wn medftls, ia daily on view £to gentlemen 
aiy> at tho Mosoum on Mootgomerr streot. An 

oerr am rw> DnoflLablv sr»«ot here- 



Woman's Rights. 

One would think that it wag one cf wokbii'b 
dints to eDjoy as good a dinner ab a mis, and 
pay the . Game price for it. Nearly all the res. 
tanranta " for ladies and geLtlemen" In Ban 
Franclgoo bare poorer fare than those where 
gentlemen only dine. There is ah exception. 
At the Piowexb KH6TAUEAKT, on Washington 
street, at the corner of Dunbar Alley, ladies oan 
get an excellent breakfast, dinner or ranch, at 
a reasonable price. Henry Bocken, established 
since 1840, provides every inxnry the market 
aflords. Both ladies and gentlemen hnd ther* 
Qishes to Fiease tne most emenrean taste. * 



Wtilte Labor Only! 
Employed by the What Cheer Linndry, 121 

Leidesdotff street. • 



Crystal Ssmp't Rooms. 

The Crys'tal, olive to the wants of the com- 
munity, has imported direct, Szfwabd's cele- 
brated Scotch Whisht, wbioh all tree lovers 
of good l'quora will sample if wise. Brlcdy & 
Donne, proprietors, 535 Sacramento strati, be- 
ween Montgomery and Sansome. C-c 



Fruit stud Confdciloncry. 

For the very finest Pratt and Confectionery 
go to O. Wier'd Frntt Bazasr, corner of Stock- 
ton and dsy Streets. Fine Btock of clgsrs 

and Tobacco. esjy. 

»arr» fttoore, 

Formerly of Snea House Carrlsgei, oan be 
onnd In front ef Coleman Bros, clothing es- 
iblishment, sonthwest comer Bnsh sad Mcnt- 
2omery sts., or Dexter stables. Carrlafre orders 
lsft at either place promptly attended to day 
or night, at redqoed rates, j*q 



Star Shirts »n<l dollars. 

All sorts and shws, for esle cheap, at tbe 
What Cheer Laundry, 121 Leidesdorfl et, * 
Pratt's Abolition OIL 

Cores Lame Back and Paralysis. 



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We get no bntrness from Chinese, end we 
employ none to do our work, at the What Cheer 
Laundry Office. 121 leidesdorfl street. • 



What all Ladles are rond of. 

Ladies are fond of whatever is elegant and 
luxurious ill the world over, snd nothing ap- 
peals so strongly to their dominant passion in 
thit respect as a handsame carriage, with sty- 
lleh appointments and spirited hordes. It is 
not to be wondered at, thtrofore, that a lady's 
envy Is excited at seeing a mere wealthy mem- 
ber of her sex in a beautiful CLironce, or other 
fashionable vehicle, with a proud, dn-hirg 
team. It is important to know that the Occi- 
dental Oa rlages, whioh are recondto none in 
elegaoce, may be uBed by any lady in the city 
at any boor for any length of time she may 
desire. This virtually places thoee who engage 
them on an equal tooting with tbe most fortu- 
nate of their sex, and social harmony Is there 
by established. Orders for tbeee favorite car- 
riages may be left at the Occidental Hotel, or 
at Eouton it Bon's stables, Nf. \016 Btockidn 
street » 



©sod Cigar*. 

• 30tt, you always smoke good oigars, what brand 
do you smoke, aod where do jcu buy tOem? 
James. I'll teU yoo. 1 smoke Fred's Choice, jon 
can buy them at Fred. "W. Seerl'e. 311 Bosh st. I 
.Everybody Smokes 

Fred's Choice, five lor fifty oeots, Sll Bush at. i 

Xt-«d'e Choice 

Is the finest Havana bit iisar sold io tbe Stat* 
311 Bush et.-eet. , 



S.F. BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

.Booh. tellers and fctutlon*r-*, 

H. H. Uooto, 8 H Uontitomery. near Mt-rcuaat. 

Ba»tne-a ColleEea, 
Heald's, Bryant <t Strattoos College. 24 Post street 

Butchers. 
Kate, Fred, Stalls » to 100. Calif orals-Marks t. 

Uentlslt. 
H. F. Pop?, 6 Maui^ouiery Street. 

.Employment Oflfce. 
Ohioese Emplo>meot Go.— Pierce A Co.. 637 Bao- 
rimeDlo street, 

French Fnnei tio»i'i, 
Locau A OOv, 19 Meobgonory. Iff? aad 109 Butter. 

Ifulr Jewelry. 
H. A. Oallsader, msnnfactorer, 62 Second street. 

Hassan Hair. 
Sampson, A. B. 4 Co.. 110 Second street. 

Searcher af Beeorrfa. 
O. T. Gillespie, 611 Washington s treat. 

Silver Frlxe Dress Fitting;. 
Hme. BroesB, No. 34 Tbird strett. 

Watches aod Jewelry. 
H. A. Calteoder R2 Second street.. 

Wblteoera and Paper Hungers. 
A. W. Wbelden, :22 Geary street. 

Wleei and Liquors. (Wholesale.) 
Dinert F. A Co.. 904 Front 



ASSESSMENT ROLL OF 
SAN FRANCISCO, 
l873-'74. 

CLERK'S OFFICE, BOARD OF SUPBRVI- 
sore. Ssn Francisco. Jo y7, 1873 
Public nonce is b*reby giv»n, in accordancs 
witb Section No 3 6Mof the Politics! Code, that 
tbe Assessment/Roll of tbe City and Conn' j of 
San FrauclBOo, for the fiBcsl year 1873-74, has baen 
oompteted and delivered over to me as Clerk of tbe 
Board of Supervisors, and will be opeu diily for 
examination in this t mce from 9 o'clock a. m. to 4 
o'clock p. M. . aod tbat eatd Board of Supervlaore 
met to examine tbe AsseBaajeot Roll and canalize 
the assessment of property en this MONDAY 
AK1 HRNOON, Jut 7to, 1873. at 2 o'clock, and will 
continue in ees-ion from time to time until tbe 
busineB3of ( q^a'ization presented to to em is die 
pnaed of, butootlator tban the 28th day of July 
1873. 

All Applications for Correction of As- 

seismt'nis are ft* q air«d to be Veri 
flea by Oath. 

Public not ce is also b*rdby sriven, that in ac- 
oordnoce wuh ^ecticos 18UI and 1 89J of the Po- 
litical Code, tbe Military R 11 uss been comple- 
ted, delivered over to me, aod is now open for ez> 
anclnation and correction bb pr^vidid by law 
Extract Prom Political Code. 

8ecttoD2627.— All property most be assessed at 
its full obbR vslne. - 

Sectioo 367a. Ibe Board of Supervisors of each 
couctymubt meet oo tbe first Monday to July 
in each year, to examine the assessment book snd 
ktotHzb tbe assessment of propeity In the county 
It moBt oontir.ne id session for tbat purpose from 
time to time until the business of tQuslizitioo is 
disposed of. but not later tuan the fourth Mon- 
day in July. ' 

section 3673.— The Board bas tbe pDver to de- 
ttrrainsal. complaiots ia regird to the assessed 
vaiue of property, and may (exept as prohibited 
In tbis Title) correi t aoy valuation by adding or 
dedoctiogsucb Bom sb may be neceesary to make 
it conform f toe actual cash valne. 

Section £674 —No raduotion most be msdo. in 
tbe ts' nation of proper ty„ unless toe party i. flee- 
ted tbertby o- his .icect mares and files witb the 
Bosid a written application therefor, verified by 
his ostb, ecowing the faote upon which it 1b 
olaimtd en"** redaction sooold be nude. 

Beotion 3C7S.— Before ihs Boftrd grants the ap- 
plication or makes any reduction applied for. it 
muBt first examine, on oath, the person or tbe 
aceot makiny tbe aoplloation touching tbe vane 
cf tbe property of sooh person. No reduction 
most be made nnless such person or tbe agent 
making the appl. cation attends and answers all 
questions pe<-tioeot te the icqairy. 

Section 3676— TJpOD tae hetrlng of the sppti- 
oation the Boaid may snbtotua such witoesBee, 
hear and take such evidence In relatioo to the 
subject pending as in Its discretion it may deem 
proper. JNO. A. BU-SBLL, 

jy-9 td Clark Board of bopervisors. 



FIGARO 

IS "HEBE, THERE AND EVERYWHERE," 
and is constantly meeting a change of readers 
In tbe Theatres, Traveling Conveyances, Hotels, 
and poblio resorts generally. 



FIGARO 

CIRCULATES IN THE BEST .SOCIETY. IS 
placed in tbe bBadsof nearly all who come 
to the city to make purcbaoes, and is therefore the 
best of advertising mediums 



FIGARO 

CIRCULATES AS HOUSE PROGRAMME LW 
every Theatre in San Franoisco. 



FIGARO 

18 DISTRIBUTED EVERY DAY THROUGH3 
out tbe centre of tbe city, in all Hoiula, Ret- 
taurants, Saloons, Sterei and Offices. 



FIGARO 

IS CIRCULATED EVERY DAY ON THE 
Oakland FerryBoete to catch the passencara 
bat arrive by thegreat Overland Train. 



FIGARO 

IS MAILED EVERY DAY TO ALL THE 

1 principal hotels in California, Nevada and 
Oreaoo— tb«p*P*»* lift 'In *be theatres Btsignt 
bei:.g gathered up and saved for that purpose. 



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YELLOW 
DOCK 

IODIDE of™POTASS 

rnHI BEST SP11IM) KHIOIIl 

tn n.e, Pnrlfle. tbe Blood of All 

morbid, correct and Impure matter. 

Care. Bkcomotlim und. Mercarlal r alu*. 

Bold by all Brocolrta. 



AOEKCT. 117 UISOHI 9TBEET. 

SOLE AGENTS FOB 

DB. PEBET" LAST CHANCE and 

I)B. riBKT'S WJCBFOOT PILLS. 

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POSTERS, 

Progr«Btafis, tad all kinds al Priotiag for 
SHOW, lEoriSE. COMCEKT, THE- 
ATRE and CIBCHS MAVAOKKS, 
AT LOW RATES, BY 

B. DF". Steretrt 

£38 OUT STKEET. mkl 



' MASXTAUTITREE 

-A3TD— 

BEP IIS £B 



THOMAS W. BKEE. 

SILVER PTjATBH 

$jft DRUBS, BANJOS. 

^tSs» r — AND— 

OTH£E MrMCAL I^TTUl'MFWTl, 

ESTABLISHED IN 186& 

a«>-L*eeons ipven ©c ;be E^nio and Dram, Mt 
MISSION STKEET, between First and Second. 

N. B.— Fine- toned Silver Solo Banjos for Pro- 
eejionals a!wa,j-Bod hAod. iaU tf 



FREE AND EASY. 

BVEBT IATVBDAT NIGHT. 



Piano ana Singrina At 8 jP.M, 



CHARING 



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SALOON 



008 Mission street, near Second 
delO EAOLES 4 WILD, Proprietors 



..MISS N. SCULLY. 

LADIKS' 

FASHIONABLE HAIR DRESSER 

Bas Removed to 
814 WASHINGTON ST., 
Four doors below Stockton stree 
Rairwork of all Descriptions made to order 
Obsrfres moderate, jell In* ' 




I\ TEST -»» 

on suited ,/ mV 
Bi.M,to JV 



and Tranoe Medium— Oan be eons 1 

tn business or siokue'J-Bdailj-, from 10 A. . . , 

i P. AL Spiritual Oiroles, Snndsy. 'inesday anA 
f ridsy evenings, atS p. m., at ber residence, SSS*.* 
O'Farrell street, near Mseon- m IS-lm 



Bar Sugar 

T^OR SALE — SIS KEARNY ST6EET. AT 
UEiiOER'S. „ Alto, .T«rj kind ol Cndiea 

Wboleule ud Bo* iL 

Doltf H. A. HCBCEB. 



Lyon's Portable 
KITCHEN FURNACE, 

IN ITS ECONOMY OF OOAL AND STOVE. 
as a perfect cooker, broiler, toaster, and flat- 
uod beater, is a necessity to every booeekeeper 
who wishes to eave tbe stove and two-1 birds of 
tbe fnel it consomes. It ie cheap— $2 60. Oall and 
tee it at work, at Stombs & Millar's, plumbers, 
gas-fitters, tin, copper and stove store, opposite 
Magmre'a Opera, bonse, 6B1 WaehirjRton street 
13AAUEM. WARD, Agent of tbe Pacific OoabA 
Sbe tra^e snpplied. jn6 ln> 



Philadelphia Restaurant. 

OHAS. V. BEKGOLD, PKOPBIKTOB. 



Vegetables, Board by ths weed. 
AO» PINK STREi'T between Kearny 
nwi Mont»om".rT T-art* Trr 



!& 



MILITARY GOODS 

....AMD. .. 

GOLD AND SILVER THEATRICAL 
TRIMMINGS, 

8X5 MftutBomery Btriet, Rooal Wa 

HilIU T. RGOGEKS JOBSSOP. 



EDWARD PEEL & CO., 

OSS und 687 'Washington etrect, 

HAVE OPENED A COOKING E6TABLI8H- 
saec t a* this place for tbe parpoae *t prepar~ 
inn BALI. oUPPfaKS and LUNCHES FOB PIO- 
MOS AND SALOONS, on the mo-:t reaeecablo 
terms. Lnnches delivered inany part cl tbe city 
free of charge. Tbe pairosace of the saloons in 
the city is respectfully eolicit-ed. juTilm 



Ladles "Vlssitlxifi: Cards. 

Written, engraved or printed by Johh P. 
Dvttzb, 126 Sntter street, cppoBlte Lick Bonse, 
and at the Oread Hotel. X. B.-Hamdkm- 

OBTFF8 CEATL.Y MAEKED. PlKKAKSniP Of eVMJ 

6t)»ot-iptio* to Kdar, m 



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few -. ay* t • ■ -• — - I 

* XBAMDUOMI 

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■ H.I. I il 



• A* ntASVMOCH pATLADAT. Jrll If. irtj. 



v.j. xv u. a. \m>. 



FURBISHED ROOMS [I 
•10 to ItO p»r MoEli |j' 

WEST END 



'*»» Aio. ai... 



I, GRAND 



festival aid Fair 



CALIFORNIA THBATRB. 



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ivnm 



*tJLT If 



r TUB- 



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BENEVOLENT 



ROTECTIVE ORDER 



SEALS, 

• ILL U HI li> AT THE 

CITY GARDENS, 
Sunday and Monday 



•***~~~-0*.+** *%+**^*. ■i^./»>^»»»^« < ^» W »^ w «^^^ r « fc ^ 



*•* 1-411 -I* |U 



LORD DUNDREARY'S 

BROTHER SAM 



rnnnmcn or ->»>mi> 



THE HON. 1 AM ■ LIXOfBT 
■ 1 TAimUIH. . 

PBtaa 



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MR. aOTHCRX 

.... walti* i.ika-i 
. ...J. o. » i i.i.i a mod 

». LOKO 

k.j rmsKin 

A OSOOOD 

...HIM HUM TRACT 

MIS* AKIHI DRAIUM 

■ ■■1 SfAHI.IT 



Batcrdar AJUrooOD. Jul, Ifla at 2 o'clock 



HEXI iU Or THE 



iramatic, Musical and Equestrian 
Profession 



aarrlaf '•• »•;»••»• r ih. r •rr'cw. tad rtl IX wi»h- 

« M coalnbat. Prim, fkmn woe) U»».r ooaaul- 

tl«OMw> 

A. W BARK, C. 8. O. 8. 

Al Ik. Lilp ■•-- TT» Mwktl »li-e. 

-OB TO— 
SHERIDAN CO'BYN.C.S. 

M-.aa 1«J. Ot« Wa.wlagtara «Hree 



"ONLY BROTHER SAM MATINEE. ' 



fi* 



UOLdAJ Jolt l*(ta, Will bt prodSMd BobMliODI Xl«l«illt9 CcBid; 

DAVID GARRICK, 

S O "31? 3HC 3E. j^L 3CXT 



J»J 



Batiining his original put of 

VID G-AF 



ICK. 



At repnMDtcd b. bits far OTtr two hundred night, it the Htymiii el TbMtrc, LondoD; tod for NIdcIt six 
nigbtt it W.ll.ck'e Theatre, N»w York. 



TO MY FRIENDS 

UJU, mi OrtU.B.n Tn,»,h Ik* kiB.'r». at,! 
n MrTillcuB titd olker I'.l c« 
» I'r.a.'i. rnr,<..r«, I •*> >i I 

Farewell Benefit 

-AXS- 

Last Appearance 

-ON- 

WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON - JULY 16 

-AT THS- 

CALIFORNIA THEATRE. 

PALACE OF TRUTH, 

With a but if Yriivnteen from fell tie Thoairea 

It wi!| give mo much ptewnre to moot yon on .bat 
oxuiOD, and much pain to bid good by." 
Year Obedient i*er*»at 

OWEN MARLOWE. 



AtJanfssien «i ot> 

Reserved Beats.... 50 

The Box Sheet will be open at Guji Muilo 8tora al Uft 
O'clock Wednesday noroiag. 



.ALIFORNIA INVENTION. 




-TOB- 

i.EWINC MACHINES, 

JEHT1STS UO JEWELLERS' HTHES, 

tic I a t« at too oan ba applied to tha eparm'lag 

of ell iiuds 01 tawisti * ecMote, Dtotlsle' 

aad J.woilars Letaee Us «ioupi 117 n 

only '.'•><! ly lU darsMII-j. 

II avoid' la* n*« of tbt> tread- 

1*. which la qd graceful 

and lajnrlooa. 

•T'Applleatloo m.dtibj the Agents for Ibe 
■c.n ■ Ouaa. 

SAWYER «t WHEDON, 

M3 WaahliiExtoN Street. 



estaurant 



p*^ 



1 co-> 



Tahoe 
Billiard Hall 

CtflAe. I* HTONT, Proprietor. 

No. 4 I 7 Kearny Street, 

B«t*a«a CAJifcrala tmi Pioa. 
Th t ■ •'»(», t r»ior*. bu l*Ul| b*t oAtjlAjf. d. and 
no" oet*tsa ) dp* Ii»»»l tablft. The b>»> Lqiora 
ajj.1 • ifk's 1'i'fHw Ki»» lire* QQAif famished 
racm*. ror debited pri* ti« ptiini CDtb»'ro«a 
t»Tj.i and rale*. j 7-3o 







^^ 




AZTEC PINOLE, 

Made from pabobbd cork. 

Aa a rrg-uiar article of food. 
Aa a (Hot for dyepepilca, 
An a, fofirl for cBlldren, 
\i a r.-ifD laior of the bowels* 
Aaa, tiilvkt-nins; f r koupa. 
P«r br^adifiK eatleta and flat), 
for lite uu> of mlnera* 
♦■'ur the ate of prospectors, 
For thf ii). of htm t. ra, 
forthr a up of e.inii'i'x, 
Far iHe »Mt> of ptoitloluwa, 
Far Iho «»e of everybody. 
A col Tdnient luiab, alwaja nadf ata 
t'a Boucf. 

A\ak foir Orocr for It, 
tatall groeen lapplled by aaj whoteaalaer or 

AZTEC COMPANY. 
• Saeramcalo "trert, N«a PraDctsro. 

jan-lm 



TJ 



[cDANIEL'S TUEATRE 

cmmi r.xxr.. «iom>«, 

1REE GOOD VARIETY VVOWEN 

»-TltoBl (oini lut Ml And II to thalr ^ru- 
— " n Imlii OMItonU to oornipood with 
J. MeTlAMF.t.. 
. Lot* Boi B«. I, UBa..B., Wi.mlnt. 



R. F.OSBORN&CO., 

Imporum and Dealara Is 

Wagon Hardware 

761 MARKET STREET, 

WOULD CALL ATTRITION TO lUKIRfiov 
• lock Of BuLTS. WAMHI-K". NI,T>, AXLKS. 
Onld *r.d 8llT«r HUU IUMIS, LAMPS, Ud 
TIPd, fall utoituitbi of MALKAULE. KlV- 
Kld. ate. 

— ALSO — 

Depot of Philadelphia 

CARRIAGE AND TYRE BOLTS 



Pacific Purchasing, 

PRINTING DRAMATIC. MUSICAL, LECTURE. 
EQUESTRIAN AGENCY. 



AND 



Koomi IO and 17 OSO 



iKbington street. 



OPERA HOUSE, 

SAN JOSE. 

TBI. th.fttT. Will b. leaded oalib.r.l !• rm, !<<T in j 
nontb, or bj tn. y.,r to an rzo.rlanoeri miniinr. 
bo. Ids), requiring mr nba.iice from Mao J&BS Tbs 
boaaooao now bo raoiud by tboDigbtor w«.k 00 
low tarme. 

SEA 71X0 CAPACITY 1.200. 
S. UMOIIUKA. Proprietor. 
SAN JC8S 



Liverpool and Great Western 

bteamship Compaay, 

CARRYING .THE TJ. >. MAIL. 

TICKETS SOLDlo KND FROB 

T ITESPOOL. QUEENSTOWN.^KC** 
■" Una^em, HataboraJ). Bremao.SUUL 
Hrrrf, Pari*, Bw«d«n, Bttiioo, Worwaj and all 
EoroptAD citiM, 

TblaOompaor baa arraagaiBaaU with the Oom- 
mi*»ior>«rof Enlgnttloo aod Railroad Oompan.oa 
at If aw York, br wbiob paaaasgara are promptly 
forwarded to the Pacfflo Cent. 

For pertionlare apply to 

l>. B. JACKSON, A.aat, 

m.WlB 909 Aflonfjcoatery mtreet. 




If JFV33I3 A1VI3 EAS"^ 
....EVERY... 

Saturday l,v<Miint r , 

AT BIOHT O'CLOCK. 

AT THR OLD ORIOINAL 
RED MuN.19 Oe*r> itteat, 

irti»w ron am btr. HOT AND 
UULO DRINKS of t&o vrry tn>kt 
insltir. The "O'd Moon" le ai- 
*aj» no bAnrl. Drop In. 
DAVE HKNDKii. Proprietor. 



Attention, Good Lirors! 

MR. P. DKROES. FORMERLY 
proprietor of the llitmni* Raa- 
taoxaot, i. '» .akfln tbe minutmeDt 
Of both Ui« Ulnors' R*n«orAat ob^ 
OommoroiHl afreet aod the Minors'** — 
Branch oo Market street. Id partoenbip win. MR» 
A. DRAYEUK, who ba, been ooonaotsd with tb» 
Arm lor years. lmprov«iioDta have been made hi 
the otiioue dopartm*-. that will render tba Mi- 
oera'iunrs poiiilr.r thsa It haK eTerhm.rjdllT.ri4a 
the .3 yoaruof .i« prosperitr. Onr Bills of Far* 
• mb—'ie all the d«licsciea of the leaaOD. Oaj 
motto >■ "Uood Far«, Good Oookln» and Moderate 
Obargf.." 

P. li.uitr.i. a- co. 
MINERS' RESTAURANT, 

till and sua Oommeralal, avn - 
T«l* Market street, 

Ot*>tj rom s a.m. to 1" r.M ib" m 



APEdAl KOTirE TO 

Picnic and Itall Committees. 



JUI9S MIiWIF. WAI.TOW, 

WITH.... 

TWO NEW DRAMAS. 

•be r-eal masicien- in the State. oQ<*«r comes- " P^Parsd to aooept «D B ««emeDta for G or 12 
taot lenders, at ItiirraUB. pights coinmeuoJDg id July. 

■ar-The Bnilneis arrangements of Dram.tto or Mutnoal Eotertaiomeot), FETES. PIOMIUS 
etc., atteodsti to. 

•ay-All Dorlne-B entrusted to as will ba executed with promptteii. No obargos made excep 
for eervioss aotaslli performed. 

8UJEBI»AN fUKBYH A* CO. 



ALIFORNIA AND NEVADA 
VOLUNTEERS, 

H 



ONORABLY DISOHAROSD FOR ANY 
iCDSe, at Drum Bsrrsoks, or any ot.lntr 
place ovat 3<rli miles from olsoe of snliatmsni 
are entlt ed 10 Mdditlooal Trarel Pay. 
Apply to. 

J. R, ROBINSON. 
}e-18-*m flWO Mootgomsry Street 



i 



HARRY MYERS, 

Agent for HitcbiOwts A ray's School Sskhtls 
for Oo j s sud Girls. **• i" •'All at rciideocts. 
jt-Ay-ua 



THE OLD 

Hot eootoil, 

IS Mortem Street, near Uri.ro.v. 

All Drinks Ten Oents 

Hot Drinks a Specialty. 
THE BEST TOM »ND_JtRRT III TOW". 

Alwayf oo file aba New York Herald, Harper*. 

Weekly, Frank Leslie's, Day's Doings. Police (U 
setts, all th* California papeis, also London 
Ponob, Bell'sLlfe. Illustrated London News. Gall 
and satisfy youreelf. 

awT Do " ' 

fe7tf 



J3R. LEE CHtJIV GEE, 

CELEBRATED 

02xl30.oa««3 ¥*JjL-ymlc±a.3JL t 

I01T DTJPONT STREET, 
Between Pacific and Jackson Sta. 

Uarae all d4M«a«. Modbra.i-cbaig.s, ..-.:. 



SANGER HALLE 

(SINGER'S HALL,) 
14 OEAHY »T.. (.TAB EEAENT. 



Nooe bot the Choir*", turunda of Wins' 
sad Llqnun ui hand, 

DEPOT WEYAND A KASCHl'S BAY ESiWESl 

(.IS tl OHBI8 FELDUASN. 



'IPEB'S OPERA HOUSE. 

vriceiwiA ciTT, wvada, 

rHIS ELEGANT THEATRE HAS BERN HA 
decorated, sad can be rented by fcno niebt o 
jt the week. Stars and uar-ilog oomeavis. 
ilrwailr tr**wd with ou auplicatloo by latter 
JCHN I'FPBK, 
Muiaasr and sole Proprietor 
.J. II. MrT« HE, 
«*0 TVasnUgloa stiMt, S.-nFraooiao 



Parisian House. 

SAN XtA.VA.XlLi, 

ONE BLOCK FROMTDI RAILROAD 



L. THORIN, Proprietor. 



FURNISHED ROOMS 



H eataurant 



Flrat 



I.W- 



yculliy of WI.H, 
■or. and Cl.nra. 

BOARDERS .TAKING BY WEEf Oil MONTR' 

m}27Ini 



WANTED. 



A Leading man. Juvenile and Comedian. Ttoee 
whoosn msfca. tnemae'ves geoerslly useful and 
travel tor a sore but low salary. Variety talent al- 
so wanted. „ 

AilurefS, C. A. LEWIS 

ALAUEDA 00., OAL 



FIGARO.' 

THE JOURWAX OF AJrtTSBlCKHTS, 

Pa ■?li»a»d »»«T D»* ln * b * 7e * r ^ 

t>_ BOGARDUJ 



SOB McrtkUl »»d **« W«hlQ«t«» ««* 

Boiow Moouromerr. S*n K .-snows©. 



6AT0BDAT JULY 12, 1873 



F0RE1GM DRAMATIC sUVVS. 

Toe PJl MeH G?*?«» it.t*s (bet » UlWiB ■»• 

btoa reee.ted .ocoa-ciwr that "«•- Arabels 

O^ditdQMEi'ea e conceit et Melbourne with 
■ bn^'iat sacCMi. 

la referring to *, alios Psit *• iapenooeiioa of 
Lsooor*. »t03T.otG»i<l»o. oa lbs Ifftft testtnt., 
u , Loo do o Orchestra seji Tne aodieocs wsa 
.keptia ■ bub «r».gbt state of sdmlrstiun and 
excltemant. It it ceaenllr reoogaizod tbat lira*. 
PsU*'«»oio*.tnis i«»r, is ricasr aid purer than 
«?er It b»a**iae4infallseas *»* depla: it haa 
aomelow oot ■ worttaj of Mat. Trebe.li. Tiaae 
d „i, aer . then gently with tbe diva— deals lonn- 
gij-aodb s-itlieaber more end mof. Looking at 
her alight f jrm sod girliah lofeiasss, sad watcb- 
(3C ber trip lit bllj *:ro»a the iU«*. ws forget bow 
l)OS websvabsd Adeline among ae. Ia i iw*lre 
artt>irt-«3<HMo>? Shei.parbape three j ears 
o d*f Usn »cen she firat osme. Something of 
Woithern endurano* Kent to flr SoaUerj b ooss 
np*oess: It yield* nuthtr to tim0 oor Uiigif, 
ao J taaPailicf 1571 is si that we* tie Psl:i of tae 
asrlr eixiiea. wi.b tbe gt;ti of caltarj sad exper- 
1*00* e^ded ib»iet ■•. 

Mr. 1LJ B roVs p'ty of "Old Soldi**" has 
pawed Its 03« hundredth alga-, it tbe London 
£ .tic I 1 ii'Krl. 

Mr. Orwwick took a beoefl-. a* the Ho b«n 
Theatre, Latd-n, recently, plvnt * Glands Mel- 
oott*. and we read ibat. "Afcer each act he wn 
aamniontd to ttef^otllgita. and was greeted with 
«ach sppteoaeaamiat have aaanred blm— if ai- 
aaraooe wereneoe.eary— of the firm hild ha b*a 
on popa'sr far jr. 

Mme.Abjai iss* pr»a»ct in Milan, and an- 
DOiQ.oi her intention of settling io Italy. 

In apieceeot tl d ■'Anelopbaoea." now playing 
at tbe O.ataaad-Eao.a llitie Day. aloooat a biby, 
apnaartoo tbaetsga. This parformer haa bia ad- 
m,.-j«.ona of whom ezpraisad a jprotal by tbrow- 
iog, oola booqaea. bot a packet of bonboea at 
bia leat. ObliTioo«ot raapacaife b.wa or siaga 
4tr*oiioo). tha child aat down by the footligbta 
anlbaganto da»oor thaae deiioao.ei. whila tbe 
«or»ia falling laft him alone with tbe &adience> 
«a> appreciated tb» lOCiJoat, 

Tee Efonemeat »Utea tbat tbe good a of the 
a;nr. Freds. ic* Lamaitre, h*Te been aeized fc* 
debt, aad are aboot to be aoid. Tbe joaraal auds 
taiv tJ piftnit sad ai ac. would ba diB4*rao*fn l 
to theTaeatrae and painful t« tae poblio. 

Tbeopaaicg pieoe at the Lrnlon Olym^io, an. 
d'.-r Mr. N»ville's n>.n>g!meoi will ba op Mr, Far- 
ni9. followed by on 3 Item ttw pea of Eaxi Deaart. 

Mr W. S. Gilbert bai written a new comedy for 
tbe Oonrt Toeaue, London, and Mr. Merivale baa 
fadaOQ Mm L t .on to accept a 'an pern* '.oral" 
draota io blank »ers», whi^b will probably ba pro- 
4ioed at tae (Jaeen'a Tbe *tta. with Mua Ciire as 
t Be heroine. 

Mi; Litt?D. wbose enterprise as msoagerof tbe 
Ooirt Theatre, Londoo, ia wafl knowo, hu noder- 
takiog to oindact tbe Qieea's Theatre withant 
auioijctas tae honae in &lo\ne-Sqaar*. The 
Qaasa'd waa aoooao^ed to open oa Jane 21. w.tb 
tboreTiTa af "King John. 1 " ia wbiob Miaa Oliye, 
a oaw as^irmt lor hiatnonio honors was to make 
bar debnt in Constance. 

According to the Prarsi Mosioa'e. Mot. Oar- 
' lot a Patti, baviog made aa smc'le fortune, is 
Abiat to retire from poblio life. 

Madane Biator; baa beeo engaged to give eight 
represents' ions at Drary Line Theatre' She waa 
to apprar on ' ha lltb of Jose, aad tbe succeeding 
Fridays and Wednesdays. One of her characters 
will be tbat of Marie AaVit&etta. 



PrsUt** Abolition Oil 

Cores Stiff Joints. Sprain* aad Bruises. 3*L 



c?r«th tml 8wNl, 

Far tbe bast oonlectionary, r> to Canfcy and 
Wwaer's. 1'C Montgomery bt. near hotter. H 



A great T&rietr of Ties aod Bowa, all etylea, 
Just received at tbe What Cheer Laundry, 131 
Leldeadorff atre at. • 

CLAiaiOTAjrx.— Madame uian Antonia, tha 
Clairvoyant Physician and Independent Trance 
Medium. 333 Kearay street, bet. Bash and Pine. 
C i oaulUriena In «naU*h. Prencb and German. 



Removal, 

Samuel Swift has removed from 116 to 113 
Pott street. Sewing macM&ea rented and re. 
paired as nrual. and sold cheaper than ever, x 



Orders, 

In itrolllng round the other nlgbt, 
To look at "Frisco by gas light, 
uoj onreleee feet, by chance did stray 
To where a fountain's teaseled* ploy 
Of sparkling waters, made a scieeo 
Throngh wnich a tweet bouquei was seen ; 
While mossy atone and- pearly shell, 
O'er which tbe waten~*oftly fell. 
Made tbat wlnaow reem to be 
Aome fairy grotto of the sea. 

Atop," said my friend, "let's go in here— 
It loon ao nice— and try their cheer." 
"ail right," I said, "I must agree 
That this plane raits me to * 'T.'" 
So sooner bad we found a seat 
Than at oor aide a waiter neat 
Hade his appearance, asked oor wish- 
Said they had almost any dish 
That we might name. We found it tree, 
And cooked mmgmJIoaiQy, tot; 
Aii kinds of oysters, Juicy, fat, 
Oooked every style; Just think of that. 
And if your month don't water, then 
Tou're different from other men. 
They'd clam s and orabe and terrapins ; 
In fact, we found they had wlthm 
That cos? place ail kinds of game. 
Fish, flesh or fowl which we oor_id name, 
While every dlah was, I am sure. 
Prepared to tempt an epicure. 
The Ladies, too, have fonnd. twonld seem. 
That they have here tbe best ice cream- 
So here they flock, the little sinners ' 
To get wnat they call "such nice dinners," 
Whoever doubts this let htm rush 
To three hundred thirty-seven Brush, 
And there this truth he'll find made plain : 
Who goes there once will go again. 
Pacific Oyster Bouse, 53^ Bush street, above 
Montgomery ; open Day and Sight. 

OHAfiLBS HAAKK. Proprietor. 

«an Francisco Jewelry Manufactory. 

D. W. Laird. 610 Merchant ttreat Diamond 
Setting. Eeanullng. All kinds of sepeiting 
done. Jewelry for sal&. ±. r 

l>ar. X>o i JTy 

Hu devoted his study more particularly to 
chxonlo and specific practice, and as snob is 
low the most enoceBsfol of any Physician ln 
flan Prancisoo. Office 519' Sacramento street, 
corner of Ledde lor» a mw doors otitrv What 
Oheer Bona*. . 



I 



A Sfew larolcf. 

Fine import, d cgari, st Fred. W. Soerls. 
Bnio bt«*i. _ J 

McDowell, 81»ow Curd 'W r rlter 

Beady made and n.aio to order. Boom 10 

606 Market street, ecr. Poet and Montgomery 

When to see Sothirn yon hsve betn. 

Before yon take yorr bom'trard journ«y. 

At "Spiers aad PonaV taloon drop ln 
On 8. W. comir Baah an! K»arny, 

PureIJ<ii'.r* there will win yenr thanks, 
Restore yon!— for yau mait be w*srf 

With laughing at the "qulpa and crank*'' 

Of "Brother Sam" and ''Lord Daudresry." 



The PTe»w "Sot It Jpnotosrrapii 

Galli >>- 
No. MToirdS r»t, l*s?aln open, with lsr 
ger lights, more room, and all the latest im 
provements In Instruments. Cabinet Bern 
brandts only $4 per doz^n; Ctrl Reoaembrants 
from $2 fo |3 per dozeo. No Otlnamen employ.* 
,d. B. F. HOWLAND 7a 



The Tciry Finest 

Of ircported s'gars can be fonad at Fred. W, 
f eerier, 311 Baahetreat. I 



For *^"«tt>>n Hardware. 

Go to B. F. O born i lo'e.. importers and deal- 
ers at "5t Market Street. See adrartUemeot. 6a 



F*OTartli cf July. 

Strangers. La ilea * Gtn'lemaa, before you 
leave he city, vlait the Carpet At FcrnUore 
Emporium of JOHN C. BELL nearly opposite 
the Grand Hotel on Market et. Al*o folding 
Chairs, Cam? Stools. Th* Wted Cap t 
Sweeptr, s the flneet assortments of Lace 
Cattaios In tbe State. 6p 



Five aavmaxeoTL Men 'Wailtte<l 

Immediately. To send their washing to the 
ffhat Cheer Laundry, 121 Leideedorff Et, • 



SiBokfit Aticnilon, 

Anew invoice of floe Heridisnir, four ;for fllty 
cents, at F. W. Soerls. Xll Bosh street. I 



Dent ReadThls, 

For If yon do yon will sp<nd all of yonr 
m n ney buying yonr famll7 d-e;s-good-, bos- 
lerles, iable-clo ba, children's oalflta, etc , at 
tbe cheapest and most fashionable place in the 
city Frledltnder a Oo's, No. 9 Third street' 
Nucleus Bnll dlng: 3.H. 

Geo. riaQs.ec Oo. 

Ih? great Caody Emporlom, 20 Kaarny St., 
near Mt,rk t. Cs, 



Good TTewej. 

My cuetomers and the public are notified 
that tbe opening of Montgomery Avenne will 
act necesel'ate my removal, but tbat I still 
keep the largest, best aseorted and cheap 'St 
stock of men and boys clothicg In the city 

Also great bargains In gent's forniBhlog goods 
trunks, vill=w, hats etc,, Call before prnchss- 
ng. H. Peyser, 719 Montgomery street, first 
store north of Washington 6l. 



Pratt's Abolition Oil 

Cures Bhenmatlsm and NAor&lgla 



AfiertheTuentiesare ott 

Ton th mid not fall to go aod try some excellent 
Eastern O am Ohowder at tbe Hot Scotch, 336 
Bn?h Street, their lignora cannot ba excelled, tbe 
only Saloon where a good Tom and Jerry or Hot 
Punch's can be got, all drinks plain or fan or 10 
cents, go lhare once and again you will go. B 



Pratt's Abolition OIL 
The People's Bem-dy for all Aches and Pains, 



The Last New Song, 

Air — "Jfoef <£ Chandon." 
Emerson Oorvllle is my name. 
My business always is the same; 
Eastern Oysters, and Fancy Boast, 
Relishes thetv, that my bouse can 'ooast. 
Stfely these Bivalves to all I show, 
Obi high oh! Oh! nigh ohl 
None who have been but again will go. 
Corville taye sol says sot 
On Ploe Street, at No. 410, 
Remember the number and call again. 
Vlelona of Shell-fl -b In every style, 
Inwardly cause yon mach to smile. 
Ladles with escorts there always go, 
Lkdlee go! Ladles; go I 
Emerson Oorville's politel and so 
8-1 They gol they gol they go! 



Booutd Not to be Beat, 

Is G . Borkhardt'e motto. Fine French Calf 
Boots made to crder iron] i* U $10 a good 
sod satisfaction guaranteed. Call at 540 Wash- 
ington street and be convinced. A full assort* 
ment of neatly-made goods always on hand, at 
prices to suit ev eryone's pnrse . 4-bi 

Everyborly Suited. 

There Is no and to tbe multitude of fashions 
in bats. At " Tan" Bat Store. 647 Washington 
street (second hat store below Kearny), all theee 
urw styles can be found. Tbe stock Is Immense 
—the prices) are reasonable. Every one who 
soes there Is sure to be suited. ■ 



Polelon Oak.. 

It is now geaerallr known tbat tbe act ve pricoi- 
ple to which the affeete ot POlsON OaK are das 
la a nolatile acid called by chemists toxicodeBdrio- 
acid. It is, however, uotso well known tbat DICK- 
EY'S OREMB DE LIS ia not oolj the best avalla 
able preveatitire. bot will also,by it* oeoiraliwns 
and soothing qualities, greatly relieve all diatreae- 
i ng a; m ptosis. 



Don't Pay Other People's Dbti, 

Bo- buy your furoltnre and Bedding for cash 
of J, A, 8&ab*r h 0), 107 Uarket Street, who 
gives no one credit, so make no bad debts and 
therefore sell fsr smaller profits, and less 
prioes than aoy other dealers in Sin Francis 



Corns, Bunions, Ingrowing Nails. 

A perfect cure warranted by Albert Schoen- 
wald, 137 Second street. 4-bi 



Twenty Thousand 

Papzr Collars, all styles, for sale cheap at the 
What Cheat Laundry, office 121 Leideslorff st. 



Do 3Sot euiter iroiii Corns, 

The unfortunate sufferers from Oerns, Bun- 
ions, Olub and Ingrowing Nails, can find Instant 
relief by applying at Dr. B. H. Oowao'i Insxt 
tute. 810 Kearny street, from 1 to 6 rJf. We 
»«***: ftom experience, baying U'ted the Doe- 
tars capability. Eelsrepcea grver. UraqulreO. a 



j»ti**llc A,ccoxx\xnoolat.loxi. 

Washing left at the office before 8 a. at., can 
be returned la the evening If required; we 
never dlsappolotl Wnat Ohtor Laundrf, 121 
Leideedorff street. 



T"l»o Beat Jtteuiodles, 

Dr. Perry's Last Ohaoce, (or pain. Dr. Per- 
ry's Webfoot Pills, for all billons complaints, 
or sale by all druggists. Agency, 417 Sansom» 
treet. corner of Commercial 

Dental Work. 

Foa nines r qoalitt or wobk, go to T. 0. Jes- 
iMp, dentist, o,t. Suttet md if Migomenr, over 
Tucker's. S-o 



Photoersphic Carua> 

At one dollar per aozen at the Peoplea Art 
Gallery, 34 Third street between Stevenfon and 

Kiaslon err*>t. a 

-•■ 

Asa L.. Wauoman's 

*• Ohigajo BeerDepot," 633 Sacramgnto street, 
between Montgomtry and Koirny. Tbe cele 
brated *' Chicago Lager Beer," and tbe best of 
liquors, D»Ur ln-cb. with lobit?r salad aad 
other delicacies, prepared by the epicurean 
George Butt. Beer, 10 cents. Begular Ger- 
man lunches, caviar, Swi-a cheese and sand- 
wicne?, served to order. To lunch at Wauga- 
msn's tsrax thing. 5-t 



Alexander tbe Great. 

We have always bclirvid io: bis exUtenoB 
bi# lame, and hla esplol'.e arj historical, (ind- 
(itir coneiquencc, w« aUo belle re ln bia re- 
nowned steed Hoc phala-j but we nerer could 
have faith ln t/.it mylhl»l, winged steed Pe 
K'asns till ih j ether day, on tbe Cliff House 
road wa (i? a .^am go by on ths "wings of the 
wind"and now. there is no limit t3 ouroredn- 
litj ln what horseflesh can do, If tbe stseds are 
supplied by Crittenden t Dalton, Turf Gallery 
Stables 209 Sutter S r»el. 



The RoBiCfcUCiANs were a set of philosophers 
W3o Hsorobed in German; doricg tbe Seven- 
teenth Century and preiecutel profound reseircb- 
es in'.onatoral science ti discover therlxirof 
Life. They were impreseed with tbe propei tea of 
herbal preparations, and found dynamic and pay- 
cho'o^ic torce in the extract of certain plant 1 . 
PIPIFAX is dne to thiir reaearobes. It is aa.de 
from twenty different berba, gathered wbea their 
jniceaare etrongeet, forming a combination unn- 
valei in the materia m^dica. PIPIFAX aaaiata 
a ndfortfisa nature. It drlvas to the extreme 
parts, and through tbe pores of the akin all emunc 
tories ot tbe body, the bad humora wbioh molest 
It, giving relief even in diaeaee 'hi moat refractory 
and d'ffioalt to care, eotb aa agroes, neuralgia, and 
many complaintabsvingtheir origin in the brain 
Tbe infiaence It has oa tbe sympathetic and 
pnaumoga^trlc aerves is very surprising. If an 
angush'd patient tri*aPIPIFA£ hs.will be aston- 
ished at the relief it will bring to his weakened 

nerves" ?P 

A. i'.ieMftiii, L<o«ation. 

Persons desiring ccmV>rtable iodglogt in a 
Oentral location, sboult. visit the Alhambra, 
and inspect tbe fine suites of rooms to let there 
The baUding is a very fine one and is well 
lighted and ventilated. ■ . 



Or. Barlow J. Sruttn 
Is giving a cours of Free Lectures to Gentle- 

n;en on Sexual Physiology and Nervous Dis- 
easei at bis Hygelan Hall, 637 California street, 
svery Friday eventcg, oommenclng at 7 Jj o'clock. 
i part of the evening 1b devoted to examining 
and prescribing for patient*.. Dr. Smith gives 
phrenologies] examinations ln regard to health 
to invalids daily, from 9 to 4 f m., lree. w 



The White House. 

The White Hon ^e Is thronged every afternoon 
wiihladies, themajjriiy of whom have come 
from a distance and consequently must need 
foh.6 refreshments. Da these ladles know that 
directly opposite the Waits Home is the White 
Hon z BrsTiuBANT Tt.iB Beitsuraot hasjuet 
been re-fi:tea and enlarged by Mr. Meyer*, the 
proprietor, with a Epecialview to the comf jrt 
of ladles. He has taken great care to keep It 
select, and tne refreshments are first-class, *6w 



Free ofDanger. 

Tbe lateat sensation being worked op b7 tbe pa- 
pers is founded on a report tbat a gentleman be- 
came inoonlated with disease br smoking a cigar 
made by aOhioaman. Those who do not wiah to 
ran a similar rlek oan avoid it by purchasing their 
oigarsofH- Sutliff at either of his storeB SW and 
SJ2 Kearay Street. Mr. Sutlff manages to sell ci- 
gars made by white man as oheap aa others sell 
Obi neae cigars. H(a sales are large and he ia con- 
tent with a email profit. Thoogb. sixteen years in 
business he has never amplsyed a Chinese oigar 
maker, from oonoieotioui oonvictiens, and never 
intendi to do so. Kow let those who are in earnest 
in their opposition to Chinese oheap labor prove it 
by giving their patronage tjoce who practically 
proTsa bit principles, and at tbe same time avoid 
tbe fate of tbe unfortunate gentleman who smoked 
a cigar which had been beslobbered by an anneal toy 
h<athea x 

W. B Skellenbergt r, v2i Moot^mery Street, 
Beal Eatat*, Foraiihed H^usss and Boom*, 
Select Boarding places, rents collected, Furni- 
ture b ought and =old, Bu -lnesa opportunities 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS, picnics, excursions, etc 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



"THE VILLA," 

At toe Hew 

GOLDEN GATE PARK, 

Tbe Building ba*ing just been completed, is 
now thrown open to cbft public The boiao is ole- 
gsntlj lurnished, aod has 

Four Public Parlors, 



Ten Private Dining Rooms, 

tThe whole being bail*, nat like a public hotel 
bat as it is named. 

An Elegant Villa. 

"The Villa" is locaUd at the last or north-west* 
em gate of toe Park. 

Epicurean Breakfast*. Dinners and Bapperv. 
prapared oo tbe sbortest notiie, 

GUDIO RIANGENBERG « CO., 

paOPBirroRa. jr-ioti 



YY URYY UB 

If U bi yure SHIBT i at No. 3 
4 kos:om%rsB alwala auittd tha? 
With tbeprysla <ha oel thare underwar 
And evrl tblug ln the Furniehing line 
U kan git your munnes worth t>vri time 
ToUet articles 2 of everi kind 
just tri tbem on=e and bare in miad 
At the Old Stand 3 2nd St 
U bl at pry sis that kaut B B**t, 

BENEDICT & CO. 



PETEtt FKBNANDEZ PETBB AGUIRRE 

FERNANDEZ & AGUIRRE, 
FasMonatole 

^HATTERS;, 

No. 329 Kearny Street, 

BstBuahand Pioo, fiaJf FB&NOTSOO 

Hals Hade to Ord«r and Renovated. 
jjT-lm 



DIVIDEND NOTICES. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE 

? an Francisco S ayings Union, 

No. 53'3 California Street, 
Corner of Webb 

FOR THE HALF YE&B EKDINO WI'H 
30th of June, 1673, a dividend bas been d jelarsd at 
tbe rate of nice aod tix t>nthe ?fi 10 1 per c n rer 
Bunomontern deposit*, and eight iSi per oenu 
per anoom on oidioary depoaits, Irae ot Federal 
Tax, payable on and alt-rllla of Joly '873. 

B/ ordtr, LOVELL WHITE, 

l"rt-2w Cashier 



dividend notice 

German Saviog: and Loan Society, 

The Board of Direators have declared the divi- 
de n Joo depoa tt f jr the Urathalf jear iSTi, eadiog 
this dat* : Oo Term D^piait*. at tbe rate of nine 
a^d six tmth per cent (9 6-lC) p*r anontn ; on ird>- 
narydepaaitaat tbe rate of olght per ceot (i) per 
anaom, free of Federal Tax, piyableon and a'ter 
Joly 15. San Fr-nsUoo. Jam 30-h 1373. Byordtr 

jsi 1m GEO. LKTTE. secretary 



Dividend Notice. 

SECURITY 8ATINGS BANK, 

301SAXSO3IE STUETK. 

4 DIVIDEND TO DtPOSlTORS FOR THE 

■**• half year ending Jnoe Z'i, 18J3, baa .been de- 
clared by this Bank at tbe rati of MNE AND 
SIX-TENTHS (96:10) par cents per annnm on 
TERM DEPOSITS, and eight (8) per cent per 
annum oo ORDINARY DEPOSITS, free of 
Federal Tax. psyar.il-: on and after J air 10 1873. 
By order. T. F. BAOON. Secretary jy91w 



S. F. and H. P. B. E. Co. 



CHANGE OF TIME. 

THE CHEAPEST ROUTE TO THE GEYSERS. 

ONANtiAFTFR JONE 1, 1373. THE STEAM- 
or A.vTELOPrf.conoectiog at Don&nna Land- 
ing with the San Branoisco A North Paoiflo Rail- 
road Company for G'los-erdale and all iotermediats 
stations. willleaTe San Ffanciaco dally (Sundays 
■:--:cpt^d.i, froru t roLt street Wharf, tit 2:3!} p.u. K«- 
'nrcictR, the train will leave Cloverdnle daily at 
6:0!) o'clock a m , coonrctiogat Donanne «ith the 
ete meraid arriviugia San F>ancisco at 11^0 a at. 
l he (Warner) and cars make olose conneotione 
with stages to and from alt points. 

SUNDAY EXCUBS;ONS~AT REDUCED RATES. 

Leave Ban Franoisco at 8 A. ta*. every Sunday 
arriving st Uloverdale at 1 o'clock p. M Returning 
will leave OlGverdal* at ".'o'clocb, at riving in San 
Franoisoo at 7 o'cloo > This will atluw exoar- 
eiomsta several hours at any of the places along 
t*>e line of > be r"«d. For all information apply at 
i he Ootx>p«L.s's oulce,4S6 Afoi>tgomen street. 

On aod after June 1st. ib. Steaver will leave 
San FranciFO") at 2 30, p m_; tbe oars will leave 
Olorerdale at 6 A. M 

aplS PETER DONAHOB. President. 



Badger'sGentral Park, Oakland 



THBSE BEADTTFOL GARDENS ARK NOW 
open tor tbe seaioo. and many of the naoa 

popular 

FICNIOS 

Will b. held tbflre. Tbe .(tncttoos are name, 
out. 8Ks.II.VG PAYILION. MUSEUM, GYM. 
NASIUM. Skating fr*e oa woekdara. 

Alalol.a E6 Oat. 

OHII.DaBt IO CENTS. lp 17 t( 



DR. JORDAN'S 

GREAT ANATOMICAL MUSEUM. 

And College oftjledlclne. 

10 OOO .EEAUTIFUL AND INSTRUOT- 
AV/.VW ive object* to be ee»n. Qpen to the 
Public DAY AND NIGHT, at EUREKA HAXi 
8 IS Montgomery street. FOR MEN ONLV*. 
„e»sT*DB. Joedah'b Pbitats Office is at sn 

I Oeary atriot fopposite nld Me«h*oioe' Pavilion). 



Dividend Notice. 
SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY, 

GlO^CtAT 8TKEET. 

AT A MEETING OF TBE "BOARD OF Di- 
rectors held tbis day, a dividend was de- 
olared for the eix mo^thn ending Jane30, 1S73. of 
nine and s x-tentba (9 6<10) per ceot per annnm 
OW all deposit -free of federal tax. and pay&b.e 
on aod after the 15ie ioet. 

CYRUS W. CARMAKY. O&abier. 
Sao Franoiaco, Joly B-o. 1573, jyl02w 



A CRANQRAFFLE 

A GENTLEMAN'S TURNOUT COMPLETE 
on aocooot of departure. Ooe 5 rear old 
S:rrell Hora? (eoood and kind, broke single and 
doable. Oao trot in 2-4' j. 

Ooe new tbr«e-focrth baggy, Larfaios A Co.. 
makers. One Eet of new Duufcombs Harness, 
Day and Night Blas-k- ta. Robe, Whip, etc., at 

"Rattler's Winfl Parlors/' 

884 BUSH STREET, 

Wh#ra tickets oan be bad. Turnout can be seen 
at tbe City SUblea. To be raSUd on Saturday 
erening, Julr 26:b, 1873. j 9 td 



GERTRUDE M. GREGORY 

— OF THB— 

GREGORY TROUPE 

Ii reqieat'.d to commonicst** immediatelj with 
tbe undtraigned. B? so doing tbe will bear some- 
lb ng cr-at.y to h r advantage. 

J. H. BIcCABE, Theatrical A^e^t, 
j ^-19-Irn 620 Washington Street, 



,ej6> 



OYSTER GEOTTO 

A clean aod respectable Oys'er 
House fitttdo^pur^osely for Ladiee' 

428 PINE STREET, 

Above the California Market, between Kearny and 
Montgomery Streets. 

A. W. MANNING. Proprietor. 

jal4-lm 



THE CLIFF HOUSE! 

ROARING 0CE«N!~SURG!H6 BREftKERS 
FOAMinG SERF, IROnSTER SEA L OMS- 

Appetizing Breakfasts, Lunches. 
Dinners and Supper?. 

BRING TOUR WIFE! 

BEING YOUR FAMILY! 

BRING YOUR LADY FRIENDS 

Andfniorsvtaw ot tbe floest OOEAK PAJBO- 

BaJdA IN THE WORLD, at! io eight of 

tbe world-reaowaed 

Golden Gate. 

With afloat of wb : ta -messenger* ert. ring from 
every part of ih* cotnmsroial world. 

•rN»w Lioe Basaea, coeBCot'og with Street 
Oars at Lon« Moaotrin evtrj- 15 minatea herraft«r 
for the 01 j a" Hoo^e. js 1-tl 



MORACHAN& LYNCH, 

DEALERS IN 

OYSTERS, OLa\U4sud a'l kinds - 
of Shell Fiab. Stall 68 Ualiforoisfl 
Market. San tTrADci«c>. Open Day" 
aod Nigbl. ' smilits, Fnblia «nl Pri- 
vate Parte*. Hotela, Shipping and 
Resta^raota eapoUed. j-l-l't 



io cts. io ots. io Cts. 

Par OU.8 for tbe Floest 

Wines and Liquors, 

and the Celebrated 

FREDERICKSBURG BEES, 
— iB- 
FRED. G. W£NTWORTH'S 

SAIiOO Kr, 

601 KEABNV STREET, N. W. oor. 8»o. 
je-19.^. 



QEORSE MATES' 



\4fe 



andaU kinds of SHALL FISH. 
SU'.laNos. 40, 41. 44, Oalifornij. 
Market, «ntranoe on Oaliforais axrset. 

Pubbo or piivatfl parties Aad (amtUes soppUae 
fromsT a.m.jo IA P. at Ladies' aod GsmUsmac'i 

OyS^ST ROOJB OD«Q from - iUM. U> U tM *MJnij 



IT'S 33r^a.r^IDTIlVIJE3» 

. . . . THEBEFOEE .... 

SAVE YOUR MONEY 

BY GOING TO 

THE PALACEOF FASHION 

ANOTHER FXOnEMENT ABOUT THB 
new , tore. 11 Second strter. opposite the 
Grand Hotel. Clothing of tbe lates' and most 
ta-ihion-ble etvlea mat 1 " »o O'der. t*h>aper and 
better than at any other house in the city. 

NOTE THE~PRICES. 

Pants... .from $6 to $12 per pair 
Suits -from S25 to $50 

I forite the ioepectioo qf toe Ohoiceatr Goode la 
tbe market. 

A. MORRIS, 

No. ir»f Second Street, 

j "17 lm Oppo.tlr Grand Botel. 



DBRENZS 
HERB 

HJTfllS, 



The treat Tonic cud Appetizer. For 
8ule Fverj where. mv9 3m 



j. c. COMBES, 
TERRAPIN LUNCH, 

Cor. Second and Tehvma streets, 

e»- Terrapin oomtaotly on hand. 

Orsters in every at -Is. PRIVAT* 

SUPPER BOOMS FIR PARTIES. 

doc 31 Ins 



CANDIES. 

ALL KlftDS OR THB FZNK3T OAJTDS 
ixads at our Steam Oaadv Fsotory dally. All 
orders, especially from tbe country, at* solicited 
and will be promptly attended to. 

OANTT t WA.GNBS. 

1 OT Wnntir«MV»f» ]•>*._ rur.rlntljr 



ALHASVtfiRA LODGING HOUSE. 

f—_ FEflRLT FCRVISHED ROOMS. 8LTI- 

7?3 fle-o^rinsnite, 

nil ''"Well Jul«avsKi sasid TantllaMd, 



VARIETY TALENT WANTED 

....TQM.... 

THE VARIETIES, 

PIC CHE NEVADA. 

Address, 

SAU'L NEDMAN, Bosinasa Manager, 
jell tf ViRIE'lIES. Pioihe. Nov. 



PIANOS 

....AND.... 

ORGANS. 



CALL AND EXAMISK KINDS ANDPRI0B8 
before purchasing eltewhere. Good bargain* 
to be had. 

A. X.. BANCBOPT A CO.. 
jel9 tf 723 MTasrfcet street. 



8TEPHEN M A.YBELL, 

Coauedlan; 

Partlei wi»bTngtalat)t for eity or couctT oan 

ens g" tbe eana br addreseiotr a not* to him st 
tbieeffioe. * j-23-lm 



GERMAN PIANOS. 

-*-~~ THE BSST AND THK OBEAP- 

c> : T^Lm 'at. oohraabitadter 4 Co., Agenu 
■s^^^^paWl ror the celebrated Faotories of 
II f s slBlothner, in Leipzig, and Sohleip, 
n Berlin. Offiao. «!« OLA V S t'RBE C apV 



White & Kearns Combi- 
nation Troupe. 

In consequence of Maura. White A Kearcs leav- 
ieg for the tfast thia troupe will b« imami harsal- 
teras the California OombiDa'ion Troare. 

« bata Mo spp, Mtaifar Pro Tern. 

Olab Boom No. i» Jessie Street 




lYapa Sod j 

Try It t 



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fMONTIOMERY S 
HOTEL. 



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BUCKLEY'S REV VARIETIES 



1 x* o o : 
Only Versatile Variety Show 




WW ALHAIBRA TH1ATS1. 



•oka rMnuni 



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lVo: A. OU I Ft. E." 






0- C- 7*1 ( > vII'WON 

T"l» ITIVKI 

FltST PMT OF W T SOUG HO FUU 



CALIFORNIA MINSTRELS. 



Billy Manning, Frank Moran &Robt. Fraaer 
Renppoaranoo Of Little* j*r.no. 



rni« ivr.NiMit 



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mi. 1. 1 m»>i>u 

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HMI I . >. I. >«]. i i w H«rt, Mr>r.in * ManiiiiiK 

l"url M.-.-.i nil — -Olio. 



•OLD BLACK JOE" 

BM a*a* J - •• **•• a era ■ 



MlM ■lMfb# 




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lata rial. 

Honrie* 



THE PRICE, 

M6 to ll.pt, p,, 

"'^nUalUM I IKELAND ra AI'IIICA 

«l»IVt»(A*«l>» 1 |» 

MORRIS, 

Second 8trm, 



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Molllc- La. rnrr^t 

... ' rehestrs 



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fere She Goes and There She Goes 

M w an, Psiee. at. r,e. jra. Oe*o' aod Easy fo» 



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LITTLE MAC AND MASTKH JAMKH 


nmr.ani 


£ 


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GAS. 

r*l>II MOHAN 
mOHO HART. OkaVKK «a< THO»P Of 


BALLAD.. 






J. O. HI NHKI.I. 




THCE 

■oil rami . 


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MOCAJrO-lFl. 











THE MISCHEIVOUS MONKEY. 

i.mnuuv mastirjihis 

MSMBIB PRUM TOLUOO IIiBH»Hr 

MUIIKI 1 1 II I 1 I M.K 



• vrKTmr-ii^ui oialm... 



.HTllll ASD C1KIIIKIKA 



Cocolnding Willi Manuiag'e groat ipicialty 

"ONE NIGHT IN A BAR ROOM." 

UMin bliorltfaalObaT.ot.r HI I.I, V M UJHO 

DARCFRPgR BOB FRABVR 

•HABIT GEN'BIL H. D. TUOMP.-ON 

LIITLK MAO 

BOWJY JIM , BOB HART 

PkAOKABLI MASTKh JAII1.S 



BELLA UNION THEATRE 



' *- •«•• »«»rn tan.- * ».^. m.-^,. .' .» ..c 

FlRST WEEK OF "SALLY ANN." 
JENNIE JOIINaON 



THia tvumo 



JOLT 14 



MALE AND FEMALE MINSTRELS 



■ >f Musir Mis, l.mira lliTTon 



t a.M>. a| OA> 



Ullla Mm.WwA 
H-llUX Malt 



STJMPTIOIV, 

r. I 'in D nn.Jah* Woodward 



t d-rarlff Art 

OwBrtai-e 



l...itw Uray 



n»at •••kef lhaloeal SkatJb 



-A-ivisr ! 



1 ■*■-» af. ■ 

Hoerj .1'Un 

Hirara I 

MlM Mr- 

l-.nula MctirtlO ... 

Pitnaa ptylawa . ._ 



. Janata J"be*ea 

Hi ibii 

.Tommy H»» t in 

...UIIU Harland 

Tow mi llr»« 

. Jena Wsadwera 



6- i a i ta 



..Orchestra 



thoiro SHect-ons, Miss Lnnm BerTOii 



Aft' r wbUti iIm Bsid •csmtl 

THE "1YIODOCS" 

n*n»r«l Binkaia Jobo Wrodwsid 

■ •'at K»U» 

Strcaait Ualle.htad Loo Diiea 

!«ol.1tsr«, I dlaaQSAnd atrsa'ars 

Jfi-alr -l-hs'os 



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THICK O* HEAVING. 

Unlrfa-n Wf-diBf Tamay HnrUs 



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BOTJISTOED 

Cbaric.«rsbj Ritehle. Br**, K*Hr, I'Iiod. BartOD, Zido* 
Laaoellaa. and Liitla HarUad 



Look out for New Stars from the East 



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TRUNKS AND VALISES 



prlajaa. J. UUHIN, Trar.h-Kiaker, 2-K* MooUoaierr 
jstri-el, betwaan Fioe and Bntb. (aciDK thu Rum 
iBouia Trai.ka Rasnifd: 0..»eru Madn jut lea 



FESTIVAL 



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uflday and Monday, July 21 &22d. 



AT THE. 



City C3-a.rc3.eras. 



Among tba SocieUeo aod artiaia who bare txpreaaed 
rtir UaanlaM of oarLcipalinj in the performance OR 
•a oooaaloR of too annual FoatlTal and Fair of the Bo- 
rrolant Ordor of Beala are the following : 

Hadton Liiton 
E N Thayer 
i 8 Toneooe 
Oeo Hinckley 

Willie Sn 



IBGANS. 




m Frincuc > CideU, 

u 0(Ulo*'Orpb«Q(Ciub 

36 Taelre, 

utimA Fritz 

iM JaiiUiA B ,ulb 

oni* JobDAOQ 

JliaHarlaod 
Obaa. Ooin«l 

iooia Pnloif re 
ion!-- Uarrr-Wja 
»y LmHa 
a«gl-i K-lty 
i ie Bobiaoo 
ftg&ia St. Oiair 
Wifi* Brswer 
die Li.Ket.aj 

J C i lom an 
,o Oaliforala JttWO 1 
juris Btowart 
jnry Kiii^sey 

houy Bt .it 
mee V Daace 



| 3 W Piaroy 

I J*keWalli04 
Tbom»4 W Brc-o 

I It W Eobler 

| Cbai. BobalU 
Henry Lakes 
Fred Rt tabid 
OflO. Thorn pwa 
Cbis. TbompaoD 
Dan Lnwry 
Hugh Rubison 
Ja>. C.llon 
Ed* 4 Free nun 
BobHirt 
Homi Schmidt 
Ml:«. Tbaraae 
Fral LytUr 
Mionie Walt m 







Oontribaliont for prlzee >nd for the Bazaar hare alio 
en rcMlred from the follOaring partiei : 

Thoe. W. Bree, SilTtr-moonted Banjo, to be ootr 
itel for by amatear playeri. 
0. A. Bteeart, one Box of CiRa'i. 
3. 0. Canning, firm of Holbrook 4 Co., order for a 
ir of Boot.. 

A. Oottn, two Boiei of Oigara. 
9baar • EeaUng, Saloon, corner of Geary and Du- 
nt irnata, order for a Hat. 

Luuater 4 Norton, 617 Waahington tUee', order for 
Mir of *I0 Pentt, to meaeur.. 
Deaa Arttfleial Btone Company, two aeta of Artifloial 
'ndew Taaea 

iohnny Pilce, BaUon, 831 K-aniy aTeet, Pair of Ologa 
Blaak. 

Mr. Jii. Oibb, Saloon, 617 Jlcrobant itr«t, sue Can 
Wio», 

If r. f. a. Edward. Oarpttt etc., 838 and 630 Clay 
i«t, ou raatkew Duitar. 



PACIFIC 

LAW, REPORTER 

THIRD YEAR OF PUBLICATION. 



ISSUED EVERY TUESDAY. 



Oaly Legal Journal Published West 
of the Mississippi. 



Publishes all the California Supreme 
Court Reports. 



IT HAS RECEIVED THE CORDIAL ENDORSE. 
KENT OF TDE PROFESSION AS A 

RELIABLE AND INDISPENSABLE AID TO 
THE PRACTICAL LAWYER. 



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BOKER'S BITTERS. 

T'HK (7NDEBSI07TRD IS ROLK AGENT IN 
iJiilifoJni». For tbs sale of tba abova oala- 
h-tt'd Ditt ia. He la prepared to deal wtta 
Morjbanti aad Jobbers on the moat reafoaabia 
tsrniB. WM B. JOHNSTON. 

jail ltc AW Oaltforoia StreaU 



AFTER 1UF. 

THEATRES ARE OUT 

QO TO THE 

Hot sooton, 

aaBtter aaraei. scar AvcatrajFa 
And try One of th*ir 

Hot 8totch's or Tom & Jerry's 

A.11 Drinks Ten Cents 

mlltr J09. D. BRIOOB. Piopri.ler. 



ttDR. AIKIN 

^F Certs jBeeeat aid Chronic Dlaaaees of 

EYE, EAR, THROAT. U/AGS asd HEART-Oatarrb, Deaf 
n»a«, Dlaobaritee fron tbe Kara, Wsak or It fltmed Eyss, Oongb 
Debihtr. FpliDCM*. NaaraJRia. BbaumaiUm. Djapspsia, Fila 
Scroroia. Dropsy, ato. 

l^udlea, msrrlad or alocls. acBared spaedr, safe oare of 
Irretalarlitaa. Pam, Sapprrasioo. weakooss. Prolapaes, ate., 
Staiiiiir. Ovarian and other Duenna remedied. AVOID 
DRUGS 



•Tju-eera, Turners, Wena and Mark* iklllfnlly removed. 

Mr All OonOdantlal Uaaea KaubmilT Atteodad. 

Y limit- itcal Man, no matter what thaj've read or doe- 



r. (i, oaa r-ly on snre remedy of daformlty, debility, or d 
* ->tnd. No Qaaoki 

fid, easy oars (aTOiil— 
Hme) of obsttoate and special die- 



ease wearioe on body and mind 
Beat means anoao for rai ' * 






iillfil! 



For Hale— -A. Plnngrea-. 

TW.BlT-tw» f..t lona by t» fert bun. 8*11. 
Anobor ma Ub.iai-oaraplot. In e.orj r..poi* 
W.ll .oltrt (>r A P1.5ASURB BOAT Tj>. •■*< = 
I, nearly n.w .ad will b. .old .t » ORB AT BAb- 
OA1W. Tob. i..oat Moltg*. vrbftrf 

Aoply by l.ttar or in p.raoD to'TJbnb, Fm.ao 
Office. J» » ■» 



YY URYY IUB 

If Ubi ynreSHIRTSalNo. 3 
4 koatcmeia R alaaU aolttd tbar 
With the prjala tba ccl *b»re nndoraar 
And errl thlog in tbe rurDlahing line 
TJ kao gi* J oarmaonea worth «TrI Mm© 
Toilet articles g of «T-rl kind 
Jait tii tbam once and ba;e in mind 
At the Old Sued 3 and 8« 

" I k ao t B Beat, 



IT bl at irjUe that i 



1NX9IGT efc CO. 



No Qaaoki . 
asy ears (sToidinc dai 
e) of obatloata ana spi 
(uss'sriloost maroory. polaone or oaosaoua drnca. Oomplata 
core (woera all otbersfail) of wont oeeee aod any symptoms 
left from bad treatmeot or acRUoL -«• 
KresUooaaltaUoos. All Medicines, etc., fomisbed. 
("Mil. or write >oor out. Addrees, N. J. AIKIN. M. D.. 
sarOrBue , aoa Kearny atrast, N. E. Oorosr of California 
street, ban Frangiaoo. Oaf. jefT 



EIGHTY 
Single Outside Rooms, 

wrra — 

No. 1 Spring Beds and Hair fflattrasaea, 

AT THB 

BRANCH HOUSE, 

4,1 SANSOHB ST2EET. COB. OUT, 

IFirty Ocnta, r>.r TiT±m *>■*. 
And Leu by the "Week. 



<3I»H»r Alili IVIOB 1 

Apr-a8 Ij. J. SWELL, Proprlitor. 



PIONEER 8HOE MANUFACTORY 




TBI MOST ILU3AJTT OUJTOM WORK IK THI OTTT 

Bear, Sc Majnard, 



"HE JOUBNAL OF AMU8EJEEJ1TI. 



PubUsnad otstt Dw In <he Ysar by 
E>- BOQARDT7B 



«C~ ..-*rchttB« and fiBtt Wmhlnrton at*. 

Below Montgomery, Bu 7raooiaoo. 



JIOKDAY JULY 14, 1873 



AHUSEMKNTS, Etc, 



CaH/ernU Th*»tr«. 

fcn-gbr, Mr. Fo.uern will enter upon ths third 
week of bl« engagement-one inns far unpre- 
c*d««d f tbt annala ol tbt th«we In 1 none- 
Uiv point el view, ptr.ooating Day.* flm » k la 
tbelats T. W. Hobsitaoo's saoslleot comedy of 
that Dime. It is Mr. Ssthern's latest auocsss, 
and bid. f*ir to equal tbtt ol Daadrearr. Tbt 
C} medr in delightful on* and U far supaiior in 
literary merit to litter ot ihe, plays, be has sp 
peered In. Mr. Sotbern played David Oirrttk for 
over fear hundred nights in London, »cd niaely- 
iij nigbte at Wa'Iaek's during bis but New York 
angagament. Owing to other sr,ga«mente, oca 
weskooly cao be ai'oUd (o "David Gamek"at 
this Ikeatre. 

Alhambra TH**tre. 

An immeoae enlei taicment will be given at this 
bouaa to-night. Bil'y Manning- andFranaMoran 
willapnear In the brat part, end Ri»e new aoegs. 
jokes sudatories. After ibla Litt'e Mao will 
make bis re-appeaniice. In MIscbelvotsMonkey 
with Bob Hart, end Robert Fraser will ebow 
wr.w be cao do io Ethiopesn business. Appearing 
as 'The Drom Major Aonmbir cf Bmuaingaots 
will be performed, and the evenings eat«rUinm*nt 
with Billy MsDDiDg'a (treat speciality of "One 
Night In a"Bar Btom" in which be will appear 
s appoiied by Frank Morao, Bob Bart and others_ 

Bella Union Theatre. 

Miss Msgffle Kelly, Loc D ion and John Wocd- 
atd fn "assumption," Mite Lama Beivon in pop- 
Bltr ballade, Mies Lotta Gray in a character set 
Mita Jennie Johnson in aserio-oomlo aong. Oaa- 
aim and Frilx in gjmoasticaele, and manj other* 
i a specialties acd burnt cork comedies, will afford 
a capital evening's entertainment to ail wbo visit 
the Bella Union Theatre to-night, 

DocUey't Varieties. 

To-night, a tera livelj first part, "Eartbqaalr.ee" 
by Bnckley end Mortimers, a character doable 
fling bj Ids May and George O. Thompson, "Old 
Back Joe." a plantation ekHob by Geo. O. Thomp- 
b oo. Mortimore, Ida May ind company. "Ireland 
Ti Afrioa, "Here fche Gees and 'I here Bne Goes'" 
and a vaxie'y ol itterlude bnsinese will constitute 
lbs bill. 

Fare will Feneflt of Owen Marlowe. 

1 be large number of volunteers who will appear 
at Mr, Marlowe's' benefit at the California Thea- 
tre next Wtdaeiday afternoon, have rendered a 
choose of programme necessary. In plaoe of tbo 
"Palace of Troth." the bill will conaietof the de- 
ligbtfnl little comedy of "The Morning Call." an 
interlude in wbiob nearly all the volnntesrs will 
appear, a r d Sbakepeare'a oomedy of "Katharine 
and Petrncbio," rtb Mr. MoOolloogh, Miss Bella 
Patemeo snd Mr. Robert Fate man in the east 
Toe fall programme appears on our fir, t page* 
and It ie only accessary to look at it to be assured 
that Mr. Marlowe will have a fall hones on the 
eocasiox 

H -tnrm <f. 

Madame States, Signer Or!andlni, Sigoor Bian_ 
ehi, Madame Bianchl, bigncr Baooel, Siguor Roo- 
oovieri and the other members of the St ate 3- 
O.landini Opera Troope n turned from San Diego 
•n Saturday. 

Benefit no San Ricktr. 

On Friday nut, S»m Rtekey. wbo is corl&lcly 
tne most amniing and original Irish comedian on 
the American etigs, will take bis farewell benefit 
at the Alb ambra Theatre, and make his last ap 
pearance in San FrancsoJ. A splendid bill will 
be presented and nnmeroaa valateers will appear 
Rickey has wjll eiraed.anl wilt have a bumper, 
benefit, 

Woodward 1 * Gardens, 

Tne attendance on Sunday was im-reoie- Tbe 
aQoariam issiilltbe centre (of attraction. Four- 
tesn sea-lions disport themselves in the Wbals 
Pond. On Snodsy nsxt,M. Bnlslay will make an 
asoension In bis new mammoth balloon, "Le 
Geant." 

Madame Anna Bishop's Concerts). 

Madame Anna Bishop, tne universal favorite, i ■ 
hereon her fourth and last vlait to Calif aroia. 
Twenty years afo this doligbtfnl vooalitt aang to 
San Franoieoo. and on her saooetding visits, de- 
light* d all as mnoh aa on her first. Five years ago 
one of tbe largest audiences ever broogbt to- 
gether la Plsu's Utll listened ie breathless si- 
lenoe to Madame Anna Bishop's delioiens render 
Ing of "Home. Sweat Home." Concerts will be 
given on Tbarsdey, Friday and Saturday evenings 
nexi, lat Piatt's Hall, by Madams Anna Bishop 
assisted by Alfred Wilkie, the Soglisb tesor, V 
G. GotUchalk, baritone, sod Frank Gilder, the 
talented American pianist. 

The Biby Show. 

We don't believe there is any oonntry in the 
world that oan produce fioer bibles, prettier bab- 
ies or more leveable babies than California; yet 
California has never yet bad a baby show, it will 
take plaoe at Pacifio Hall, Thursday, Friday and 
Saturday, priaes will be given to the hsndiomest, 
tie plains* t. the fsttest, tbe thinnest, ths prettiest 
blae-eyed, the prettiest dark-eyed, and to otb r 
epacimensof tbebtbyioce. Foil particulars will 
appear in to-morrow's FlGiEO. 

AS ATOMIC At MCSKTJH.— Ot« Crf tbe IDOflt 
eiaplete solleeUoos of tbe kind in the United 
lute*, comprising hoodreds of costly and bean- 
uiut wri modsla, ie daily on view (to gentlemen 
Inly) at the Mnaenm on Mont«otnery street. An 
ioor nay be orotlubly snent bare. 



The Very Floeal 

Of imporud c gars oan be found at Fred. W 
Ceerles, 311 Bash street. i 



For Wagon Hardware. 
GotoR. F. Oiborn AOo's., Importers and dsal- 
. ere at 751 Market btreet. Bee advertisement, 6*. 

Fourth < f July, 

Strangera. Lailes & Gcs'lemao. before yon 
leavfc ihe city, vlait Ihe Carpet & Furoltare 
Emporium of JOHN 0. BELL nearly opposite 
the Grand * tel on Market at. Alio folding 
Chairs, C.~p StoelB. Ths Weed Ca-p.t 
Sweeper, A the finest assortments of Lace 
Cnrtaioj In the State. ep. 



Five Hundred 3d en Wanted 

Immediate: : To send their wishing to the 
♦That Otter, ^_itdry, .21 Leldesdcrff et. * 



BoucicuultN Latent Play. 

The plot of BooccanU'a play eatitltri 
•Mimi" wuieh was produced at Waltack's 
TLeitre New Fork oq tbe let is ib follows: 
. Maarice Dnroitl is a wild young poet, fc-t- 
tentltya loviog uccle to a c.uatry home, 
io whiob he it piniog, with hii tje fixed on 
the pleiBQiea of a Pansito carter, aadear to 
allycnog Frenchmen. Be discovers tbtt an 
airaDgemett is in progress to marry him to 
A rich yonog widow io tbe neighborhood, a 
pf#499f Dews which induces 1 itu to abscond 
froi>» b-8 inxnrious hOm», abd itrt*Hf a Z' 
adventure in Paris. Here, in tbe eecoid and 
third acts, we find him liring in a garret, 
the associate of students and liteary hacks, 
earning a bare subsistence, besieged by debts 
and hugging tbe life of privation tin more 
cheerfully as it is brightened by tbe pre- 
sence of an ange) f Mimi, a working girl 
whom he discovered at the f iud iog hoi- 
pial. The uncle of Maurice DnroEftl finds 
out his tiuant nephew, bnt no inducement 
ean induce him to break tbe tie between 
bimeclf and the girl to who ji le Is passiona- 
tely attached. Old Dnrcsel triej to buy off 
the work-girl, bnt ie tBtoni^ted to find bis 
offer refused. Then be works on her feelings 
until she reluctantly consents to give him 
up. Maurice la led to believe that Min.i 
bae fled from bim with a wealthy paramour, 
in despair he flings himself at the feet of the 
rich young widow and reaches high society. 
To a ball given by this lady, Mimi comes 
for she hai beard tbat her lover is under & 
false impression regarding ber, and wh'le 
awai:ing an opportunity to s t e>k to him, 
■he sees bim approaching her with a lady — 
ber rival — on h.'s trm, Sbe conceals herself 
they enter, and she witnesses a love scene 
In which Manrice is led on to deny bis love 
for her, and with bittarnesB reproaches biai 
self for having thrown away his best feels 
ings on such a creature. The lady know 
that Mimi has bejn lis'ening, and when 
Maaiice departs, one of tbe finest sooner in 
tbe play takes place between the two Wdmeo. 
No more need be said than that tue fin&L 
catastrophe is one of the most striking ul- 
expected tbat could have been conceived. It 
Is managed with consummate skill, hut mes- 
terly simplicity. The general idea of the 
play ie derived, as Mr. Boucioault assert*, 
from a novel by Murger. Tbe tr.atment ib 
unmistakably by the author of "London 
Assurance." Tne buoyancy and brillitoey 
of the dialogue, the swing and elasticity of 
tbe scenes as tbey move along uoembarraa- 
ted by weight of words, the affluence of 
good things heaped one oo another with 
that recklessness which only an overflowing 
wit can afford, all give evidence of the mas- 
ter spirit of the diamn, for such Boucioault 
proves biases: f to be by this effort more in- 
ditpntibly than all others. "Mimi" was 
written in eightdays, and on the 24th being 
dissatisfied with the third act, he reconstruc- 
ted it in s'x hour*, and rewrote the whole — 
a picco of fastidious extravagance that BUoh 
workeis 02ly oan indulge in. 



A Romaace Spoiled. 

There is a young girl in Brooklyn who, 
lor a longtime, haB supposed herself to be 
dying of love, but a counoil of eminent 
pbyti oiane called pronounced it to be dys- 
pepsia. 

. — -♦- 

Good Cigars. 

S co it, yon always smoke good cigars, what brand 
do joq tmoke, and where do yen bay tbem? 
James. I'll tell you. 1 emoke Fred's Choice, joo 
« in bay them at Fred. W. Scerl's, 311 Bosh st. I 



Alexander tne Great, 

We have alwase belisved in: bis existence 
hi«fame, and bis exploits sr j historical, (and- 
^ar consequence, ws also believe in his re- 
nowned steed Buc»phalu»0 but we never could 
have faith Int/.it mythi.at, winged steed Pe 
gaeustlllih* ether day, on the Cliff Houae 
road wa taw a teem go by on the "wings ol the 
wind" and now, thare is no limit to our oredu ■ 
lit; Id what horeefl eah can do, if the (taeds are 
supplied by Crittenden k Calton, Turf Gallery 
SUblts 209 Sntter S reel. 



Public Accommodation. 

Wishing loft at the office before 8 a. m., oan 
be returned la ihe evening If reqolrsd; we 
never disappoint! What Chtcr Laundxy, 131 
Lelaesdor.1 street. • 



Sisokdi Attention, 

Anew Invoice of flos Meridianit, fonr ifor fifty 
oents, at F. W. Soerls, 311 Bosb atret t . i 

Dont ReadThis, 

For If ?ou do you will spend all of your 
money boying your family dress-good", hos- 
ieries, table-clo'bs, children's outfits, etc, at 
the cheapest and most fashionable plaoe in the 
city. Frledlander & Co's, No. 9 Third street' 
Nucleus Building: g, B- 

- a 
Geo. Haas. ^ Oo. 

Ih? great Candy Emporium, 20 Seamy St., 
near Market. cs 



Good >'e-ws. 

My customers and the public sre notified 
that the openine of Montgomery Avenue will 
not necessitate my removal, but tbat I still 
keep the largest, best assorted and rheap?st 
atock of men and hoys clothing In the city 

Also great bargains In gent's furnishing goods 
trunk*. vallMP, hats etc,, Call before pruchas- 
ng. H. Peyser, 719 Montgomery street, first 
store north of Washington c L 



Pratt's Abolition OH 

Cures Bheumatlsm and Neuralgia 3 

Af i,er the Tueatres are out 

Ton should not fall to go and try Bome sxoellent 
Eastern Cam Ohowdsr at the Hot Scotch, 33ft 
Bash Street, their liqoors esnnot be excelled, the 
•nlj Saloon where a good Tom and Jerry or Hot 
Punch's can be got. all driohs plain or fanoy W 
oents. go there once and again yon will go. n 

Pratt'a Abolition OU, 

The ?co:b*j! Renr.dy tiz aU Aches BrtlPslaj;. 



The Tomato. 

The doctors are down on the tomato of 
late years, and seemingly ctn't think of 
anything too bad to say of it. Diekene bed 
already deployed the disastrous consequences 
of "chorsaod tomato since," and not long 
ago Dio Lewis published the astounding 
statement tbat tomat.es nude the tteth fall 
out. Now an Indiana doctor declares tbat 
tbo eating of tomatoes is one of the most 
common causes of insanity, and evidence aa 
to tbe eating of tomatoes will undoubtedly 
soon be nsd to fortify the plea of emotional 

tjeanity. 

— * 

Nutmes. 

[From tbe Danbnry Neus.: 

An sfh cud Brookfield. woman borrowed 
a tnarb!e-top table to nss at a funeral. 

It doesn't seem "poeBib'c that one who ie 
called Wile should attempt a balloon trip 
acroBe the Atlantic. 

V?o are not goiog to Europe, as has been 
reported. We never Bhall leave oar pest 
again— nnleBB we get a pas*. 

Minnesota is the only State in tbe Union 
worth a Contiienlal Dam. It is eitcated at 
OhenganaUna. 

Tlo women pretend that thay are in need 
of Buffrsge, but they would be content with 
an eye in the back of tbeir head. 

An elderly Pine etrett lady, who has five 
young nephews, walks around ber stoves, 
once every hour, for a week before ihe 
Fourth, c junting the legs. 

It looked like rain all diy Sunday, bnt 
paoile went to church without umbrellas, in 
hopes to tempt Providence. Their trust was 
beautiful, but it didn't work. 

People who have waited several wetks for 
a rain, so tbey c mid eet ont their cabbage 
plants, were early at work Monday morning. 
Old smokers were beginning to look scared. 

One of the most desirable sights in this 
life is a young man with a pair of rubbers 
on his feet, an oil-skin hat caver in tie poc- 
ket, and an umbrella ut dor bis arm, singing 
"Pocked in the cradle of the Deep." 

Prof. Tyndal is the friend of the potato. 
Re Baye tbat the compounded prcduct of 
one potate for ten years will equal $10,000, 
000. It doesn't seem poBtible, but we under- 
stand tbere are people io Danbury who have 

a?x>e Best Beioedies, 

Dr. Perry's Last Chance, for pain. Dr. Per- 
ry*s Webfoct Pills, for all bilious complaints. 
or sale by all druggists. Agency, 417 Sansome 
treet, corner of Commercial. 
A Sew Invoice. 

Fine imported cigare, at Fred. W. Beerls, 31 
Bash street. * i 

McDowell, Show G»r<l Writer 

Beady made and made to order. Boom 10. 

508 Market street, cor. Post and Montgomery V 



When to see Bothtrn you have been, 

Befora you take your homeward journey, 

At "Spiers and Pond's" ealoon drop In 
On S, W. corntr Bash and Esarny, 

Pure Liqicri there will win your thanke, 
Bestore youl— for you must be weary 

With laughing at the "quips and cranaV 

Of "Brother Sam" and ''Lord Dundreary.' 



Woman's Ctisnts. 

One would think that it was one of woman's 
rights to enjoy bb good a dinner aa a man, and 
pay the same price for it. Nearly all the res- 
taurants "for ladles and gei-tlemen" in San 
Francisco have poorer fare than thoee where 
gentlemen only dine. Theue is ah exception. 
At the Pioneee Rxstaupavt, on Wasblngion 
street, at the corner of Dunbar Alley, ladies oan 
get an excellent breakfast, dinner or lunch, at 
a reasonable price. Henry Bocken, established 
since 1819, provides every injury the market 
iflords. Both ladies and gentlemen find there 
lshes to Ktease tne most tmcurean taste. * 



Wlirte Labor Only ! 

Employed by the What Cheer Linndiy, 121 
Leidesdctff street. • 



Crystal Samp e Rooms, 

The Crystal, alive to the wants of the com- 
munlty, baa Imported direct, Bepwabd's cele- 
brated Scotch Whisky, which all true lovers 
of good liquors will sample if wise. Briefly 4 
Dunne, proprietors, 635 Saoramento street, be- 
ween Montgomery and Sansome. 6-c 



Frultand Con i\>ct loner >-. 

For the very flueBt Fruit ana Confectionery 
go to 0. Wier'* Fruit Basaar, corner of Stock- 
ton and Clay Streets. Fine Btoek of clgirs 

and Tobacco. »b w . 

8a m Moorei 

Formerly of Base House Oarrlageg, oan be 
ound In front of Coleman Bros, clothing es- 
abllBhment, southwest corner Bush and Mont- 
gomery ste., or Dexter Stables. Oarriaire orders 
lift at either plaoe promptly attended today 
sr night, at reduoed rates. ? Q 



Star Shirts ana Collars. 

All sorts and eizes, for ea'e cheap, at the 
What Cheer Laundry, 121 LeldesdorxT st, • 



Pmit's Abolition oil. 
Cures Lame Back and Paralysis. 



3-L 



We get no bufiness from Chinese, and we 
employ none to do our work, at the What Cheer 
Laundry Office. 121 Leidasdortf street, ♦ 



What all Ladles sre vend of. 

Latliea sra fond of whatever is elegant and 
luxurious all the world over, and nothing ap- 
peals »o strongly to their dominant passion In 
that respect as a handsome tarrlage, with ety- 
lbih appointments and spirited horiss. It is 
not to be wondered at, thtrdfore, that a lady's 
envy Is excited at seeing a mere wealthy mem- 
ber of her sex in a beautiful Clarence, or other 
fashionable Tshicle, with a proud, dashing 
team. It Is important to know that the Ooci- 
dental Carlages, which axe fecondto nons In 
elegance, may be used by any lady in the city 
at any hour for any length of time she may 
desire. This virtually places those who engage 
them on in t qual rooting with the most fortu- 
nate of their sex. and social haimony Is there 
by established. Orders for these favorite car- 
riages may be left at Ihe Occidental Hotel, or 
at Bouton & Son's Btsblee, N«v loiG Btocrton 
street , 



S.F. BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

Bootntllsri aad Stationers. 
BL H. Moore, w:y Uoots;omery, near Merchant. 

JHaatne** Colleges. 
Heald'c. Enact Jt Str&ttoo* College. 2J Post t treat 

Batcher* 
Kats, Fred, Stella H to 100. California. M*.rk< t, 

Dentists. 
H. F. Pope, r Montgomery Strett, 

Employment Office. 
Chinese BmDloimeat Oo,— Pierce A Co., 627 Sao- 
ramento street. 

French Fantr Goo.tr. 
Loeao A Oo., 19 Mentgomery. 107 and KM Butts*. 

Hair Jewelry. 
H. A. Oalleoder, msDalaotorer, 62 Second street 

llnmUD JXulr. 
Sampson, A. B. A Oo., 110 becocd strest. 

Searcher ef Becorda, 
0. V. Gillespie, 611 Wasblogioo street. 

Silver Prise Irress Fitting. 
limp. Brosse, No. 34 Third street. 

Watches and Jewelry. 
H. A. Oallender 62 Second straer. 

IVhltener* and Paper Hsnaren, 
A. W. Wheldeo, *22 Geary street. 

Wines and JUqnsis. IWholesatd.) 
Danert F. A Co.. SM Front 



ASSESSMENT ROLL OF 
SAN FRANCISCO, 
l873-'74. 



CLERK'S OFFICE, BOABD OF 8UPBRVI- 
sors, Sao Francisco, Jo'y7, 1813 

Public notice ie berebj giv»n, in accordance 
with Section No 3 654 of ihs Politics) Code, tbat 
ibe A«BOEemeDt'Itoll of the City and Ooanty of 
San Iwanciuoo, for the QbcsI year 1873-71, baa been 
completed eni delivered over tome aa Olerk of the 
Board of SnD'rviaors. and will be open daily for 
examine tion in this « ffloe from 9 o'clock a. si. to J 
o'clock P. M. .and that said Beard of Snperviiora 
met to examine tbe Assessment Roll and eqaallze 
the aesetsmeDt of property on this MONDAY 
A [<"'] ERNOON, JV> 7ea, 1673, at 2 o'clock, and will 
ooniione in seB^ion from time to time until the 
baslcessof eq-a'lz&tioa preeeoted to teem iadis- 
Dised of, but not later tban the 2&Lh da? of July 
1873. 
All Applications for Correction of As. 

seaaments are Required to be Veri- 
fied by Oath. 

Public not ce is also b^raby civen, that in ac- 
cordance with Section* 1897 and 1 893 ot the Po- 
litical Oode. the Military R 11 hes been comple- 
ted, delivered over to me, arid is cow op«n for ex- 
amination and oorreclk a aa [ ■; . vie d by law 
Extract From Political Code. 

Section 3627.— All property mast ba assessed at 
its fnll cast, value. 

Section S6Ti. 1 be Board of Supervisors of eaoh 
couDtymuBt meet on the first Mocday in July 
in eaoh year, to Diamine tbe assessment book and 
equalize tbe assessment of prope, ty in ihecounty 
It must coc time in eeeaion for that purpose from 
time to time not il the buaineeB of t(iu-;T'2H)on ie 
disposed of, but Dot later than the fourth Mon- 
day In July. F" 

beetloo 3673.— The Board ha? tbe power to ds- 
ttrralnssll complaints In rfgird to the asaessad 
vaine of property, and mar (^xc»pt as prohibited 
to thiB Title) corrait any valuation by adding or 
deducting such sum ae may be necessary to make 
it conform t" ttie aotnal oseh value. 

Sectlou 3674 —No reduction muBt bo made, in 
tbe va nation of property, unless tbe pirty effeo- 
tedtbertbyo- his asent mates and flies with the 
Baa id a written application tberefor, verified by 
his oatb. sbowinc tbe ftots npoo whloh it Is 
claim' d snob reduition obou'd be made. 

Seotioa 367^.— Before thi Board graots the ap- 
plioa'inc or makes acy reduotiou applied for, li 
mnet first examine, on oath, the person or the 
anent making the aoplloation touching tbe viae 
cf the property of each oereoo. No reduction 
must be made unless such person or the agt nt 
making tbe appl cation attsnds and anBwers all 
questions pertinent to the icqairv. 

Section 3676— Upon tbe tmrtDg ot the appli- 
cation the Boaid may enbtoaaa such witnesses, 
bear and t»ke t>nob evidence in relation to tbe 
subjett pendiog as io its discretion it msy deom 
proper. JNO. A. RU ■ KHLL, 

]y-9 td fllork Board of Supervisors. 



FIGARO 

IS " HERE*. THERE AND EVERYWHERE/' 
and ie constantly meeting a change of readers 
in the Theatres, Traveling Uooveyaooes, Hotels, 
aud publio resorts generally. 



FIGARO 

CIRCULATES IN THE BEST BOOIETY, IS 
placed in tbe hands of nearly all who come 
to tbe city to make purchases, and is therefore tbo 
best of advertising mediums 



FIGARO 

CIRCULATES AS BOUSE PROGRAMME HI 
every Theatre in San Francisco. 



FIGARO 

IS DISTRIBUTED EVERY DAY THROUGH? 

X eut the oentre of the city, in all Hck«Ib Re-- 
tanracta, Saloons, Stares and Offices. 



FIGARO 

| S CIRCULATED EVERY DAY ON THE 

A Oakland FerryBoats to catch the pooBeneere 
hat amve by thegroat Overland Train. 



FIGARO 

IS MAILED EVERY DAY TO ALL THE 
principal hotels in California, Nevada and 
Orpffon — the psd*t? left in tbe theatres at sight 
Deists' sakuwsd up and saves) for that purpose. 



S 



S 



HALIJ'S" 

A R . A' 

S A i L 
P A R 

A PR « 

R S L l 
A R L A 

YELLOW* 
DOCK 



MD 



IODIOEof POTASS 



T . 



HE BEST SPKIJ.D MESICUTM 

In ote, Pnrlfle" ttae Blood of «U 
morbid. eorrKpt and ImpDre natter* 
Core, Khenmatlim and Mercnrlol raluk 
Bold by all DmgKl.t*. 



ABIKOT, 41T lAHSOHI STUEET. 

BOLE AGENTS FOB 

IS, FEIBT'I I.A.ST CH4HCE and 

DB. FIBBI'8 WJCOFOOT rilUi. 

ie.l» 



POSTERS, 

Frogramciee, »nd b]] kiods o[ Friotioc for 

SHOW, LECniKE, CONCEBT, THE. 

ATBE and CUtCVS MANAGERS, 

AT LOW EATES, BY 

B. ^". Sterett 

S8S CUT STREET. mil 



THOMAS W. BREE. 

siijVer z'Xj.A.fxizi. 

^» MA«UFA(/rniULH«Bw^A 

^^^ b e r aTh e b wEftay. 

UTHIB HC8ICAL IKSTBTM EJKTS. 
ESTABLISHED IN 1SB5. 

■■ f imionagiTen on the Banjo ind Dram. *a» 
MISSION 8TBBET, b.t»»en Fir»t ui BooomL 

N. B.— Fiae-toned Bilrftr 80)0 Banjo, for Pro- 
aulonal, almr* on h&nd . iaU ti 



FREE AND EASY. 

BTBBT IATVXDAY RlfiHT. 



Piano and Singing at 8 P.M. 



CHARING 



* 



SALOON 



OO© Mission streett near Second 

delO EAGLES A WILD, Proprietors, 



MISS N. SCULLY. 

LADIES' 

FAiHIONABLE HAIR DRESSER 

Has Removed to 
8*4 WASHINGTON ST., 

Four doors below Stockton etrea 
Hairwort of all Descriptions made to order 
Charges moderate. jell Im ;_ 




ME8. EGGEBT, CLAIRVOYANT, TEST #** 
and Trance Medium— Oan be consulted ,'1, 
>n buelooDS or bicVtucea daily, from 10 A.. M. to «T> 
> P. m. Spiritual Circles, Buoda;, 'luesdajaati 
Friday eveningB, atSF.M., at ber reeidence. U*8?s 
O'Farrell street, near Mason. m %-lm 



Bar Sugar 

P<OR SALE— CIS EBABNY STSEET, A* 

" MERGER'S. . Alio, eTWT kind ot OudiM 

Wholeasie ud R«t IL 

doTiJ M. i 



Lyon's Portable 
KITCHEN FURNACE, 

IN ITS ECONOMY OF COAL AND STOYB, 
ae a perfect cooker, broiler, toaster, and ilat- 
lroa heater, is a necessity to every housekeeper 
who wisbeB to pave the Btove and two-thirds of 
the fuel it ooosumee. It in cbofip— f'2 M. Call and 
eee it at work, at Stombe A Miller's, plumbers, 
sae-nt'ers, tin, cooper and stove store, opposlts) 
Maguire's Opfra House, 091 VPasbiDgton street 
1SAAOCM, WAED, Agent of the Paoiflc Ooaar 
She trade supplied. ju6 ua 



Philadelphia Restaurant. 

OH AS. V. BKRGOLD, PROPBHTOB. 



MILITARY COODS 

....AMD. .. 

GOLD AND SILVER THEATRICAL 
TRIMMINGS, 

8JB5 Montaoinerr .Iriet, Soon. No 

mhl i tf T. ROUGERS JOHBSOV. 



EDWARD PEEL & CO., 

ASS nnd Gil WasnlnsEtoa. street. 

HAVE OPEWED A COOKING ESTABLI8H- 
snect at this place for the psmoae of prepar* 
tne BALL bTJPPHRS and LUNCHES FOB. PI O- 
MOS AND SALOONS, on the most reafooabls 
terms. Lnnches delivered >n any part et the oltr 
fYeeof charge. Tbs patroDase of the saloons in 
tbe city is respectfully aolioi ted. jo7Jm. 



£>a<li«ai "Vxmirina: Cards. 

Written, engraved or printed by Johh P. 
Dwtbb, 126 Sntter street, opposite Liok Bonaa, 
and at tbe Grand Hotel. N. B.— Bantjxxb- 

OEISre KZATLT HABKED. PEWKAU8HIP Of eVfTY 
dAftaiuUwa W cid«r. ' s i 



(r — 

I — II „ «»..«.»» BAB ». 



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sncisi poul 

.... 

| WWAJ TOUOO iBS; 

: MroiETtsi w .. 




ImlMAii 



n mi SM ED ROOMS 
•10 to ISO par lult 

WESfftTHOTEl, 

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GRAND 

estival and Fair 

BXNEVOLENT 



CALIFORNIA THBATR1. 



CALIFORNIA THEATRE 



'?t'£~~ 



tmw ivimai 



JOLT 14 



, • r : -. « t » a - -.: t «rli 



FAREWELL 

OF- 



BENEFIT 



****** 

It 114 



"Inn!,. 
■"Km 



Protective order DAVID OARRICK 



"*"•'«. 



u lean !■ 
m un mam 



rilSEALS, 



(Al V.BUI. 

)H PLATER 

JWiuitrsiii 

-10- 

tPlflF 

-or- 

rtMllR 
WALjumiim 

umnmiMi. 



ft 



I HELD AT TU 



CITY GARDENS. 



3TERB, 

toiunn, 

wj" Sunday and Monday 



• I'lOI 1 I 



A* represented by him for over 400 Nights at the Royal Haymar- 

hot Theatre, London, and for 06 consecutive Nights 

at Wallace's Theatre, New York. 



Tn- CrmHf (111 I 

um mi » •« 

DAVID OARRICK 

I » Mix i«..iir 



mb buowh 

MS J IU 

i.KORI.B 



IVkailt un Banaulil mm . Cwr.-nt lai I:. cut AptM.ln.nU ul 

WIIWIM OF r»l«im» 

MR. SOTHERR 

WALTBR LUIS 

I «IM.!*MIK>M 

.» H THATRr 

..HERRY OOAD 

W A MK8TAVEK 

IKI.ri lUHHT 

..JR. L'JM. 



II n .!• 



laOOl HIHAHKIK r.RAHAH 



JTJ I-TY UO cfc 21st. 



oiuirsiuin ■ 

« Stall. - 
■IS 



Malnm 



dramatic, Musical and Equestrian 
Profession 



».4«.Bn»T lAvvir i-n-» »b1 nr 
Ml Is .-■ ot/.ba'a I'riiw r >M« "rod SB f^BBuiii. 



UDEUY. 
iTHBit imr 

einjlns ilifl 

ft:.:; 

t il ml, if • ' <N*at I 

,0LM » WILD, FTrr»n 

I8S N. JCUIU 
una 1 

imiiiu mi nw 

iimammii'. 
, on u» «■*•■»; 

,1 IMHM ■* « I 
1 £ 

a* I'^-iBI 



■sabim or THE 



A. W BARK, C. 8. O. 8. 

ii »• u<r> ■••-. t>* lluMi Km 
— OB TO— 

SHERIDAN CO'BYN. C.S. 

■,-«■* 1*. Ban W..al.al«n Rtree 



MB*. .MITI1 

HIM AABIRTA BROWR.. 



«K1 JI'IIAII 
....BBS CR8AURDERJ 



IOD, 1742. 
Acts I and II-- APARTMENT IN MR. INCOT8 HOUSE. 

Act III— LIBRARY IN CARRICK'S HOUSE 

ln1. r ma alrielcn of MR. CHAS. SCHCLTZ, will pirfcrmllie fullinlni lelccllou it Mu.lc: 



OTRR1URE-Rw.*a Ron* - 

»»l Ro.l.jjta fRO*. «ll — 

I » U K SACK*.. 



AUBER 

. ..FiOTOW 
..a 8HUL.T7. 



Saturday Alt< rnoorj, July !!Ub At 2 o'clock 



"DAVID GARRIGK'' MATfflEI. 



■ iiiiiiI Hrau-rrrwi Olrele asm* Orehsetm.. 

ktMrrt. •*■«.€•— BavJoobs- 

Dnm Oiro.e Adals-Hon 



. *i «• Bsioovr 

75 Gellr 
.•1 OO Priv, 



»»*• tloiTAR-. ... 



».-'!!»« 'rl'id'MO 



Owen Marlowe 



*' IMIIIAT ATTmmnn >•* .11 l.¥ II UT1 

rivsltrT* •«■»!** r r» fHitisiri »»• «•«» »•* 1< r | r» 

•»•»•- | m r.rd-t*d a 

'»•»'• <■' ; Nr«»B)i ■w#BMatvrT. ufttoti: 

' HI res»BBB»ac« 

«.ik ike ,i lM» Coaitdjr if 

1Y10R1VI1VG CALL 



M «» • Illl.UllilUII 



moir WALTOB 



— Afur vkUh — 
A. O XI -A. I«J X3 O J-. T O . 

Bl »bl-b tk« foil <wlm hMt of ToiBAiMri will 

SCENES FROM "ROMEO INO JULIET!" 

MB«c tTIO FRAMR BOU11R 

Rcm«o C'iia Bmrjr 

B»AT Ii ' If. Loog 

Mlli Ml CCH M00«! INNER I'fOIHTll* 

RECITATION. tt> ■■' ■■■ tob Rum M'CHACKEN iUNOLETB 

•At DEOEUI M' IE OiUDtlN .Nb MM>. BUWtAY 

O.MICIOM, ' Thir. Wli.re tob Mid, 111, HMak'." 

6H 8. Hill 

RiRtO-COWIC 8CN0 MISS MIlLIt ttCKETT 

RECITATION. "Hoii; uuidioii' ITEPNEH MtTBIlL 

NEW SONS AND DANCE ST'NUY SISTERS 

FANEWEll AD REJS (Orlgl. ,l| DANIEL O'CDNDtlL 

RECITATION, -so..!:.!!-! Rid." W. «. MEsTATEH 

MCITATIO ',-*>»» '!*'• nid. J. r. WILLIAMSON 

"SLUE »N0 IN. DRAY." 'or lb. I. illm..»d r.i well 

Tb. wbol. 10 conclad. wltb 9b.tip.troi fJor.'oOB 
Oosbcdj of 

KATHARINE AND PETRUCHIO 

I'-t'" Mo John McOolloof- 

Es berlis Uli/ B«lis r,l<nui 

Ooaristrftf HiDiiEr of Sblsl'i Opera Bom*, 
(irumlu Botwrt Pitercuo 

Uoirt«sjo( UADUtrof ebitl's Opera H'ui*. 

Botj(*»lln ...E. J. Bnckls* 

Moelo MtJler js. Loaf 

Ti Itr Chas. B«nry 

Bftker B. J. Irs.toD 

0»ok I. Wood* 

Biases. M K Mi,., g an ley 

Mra. Cwrtt* _.._.«.._■_..._.._._.._■_._»... Mrs. Frsnk B— 

Owing lo tke l«D.lb of t*i« ProBramtne. no eacor. • 
Will be taken, 



Arlmlvslon 91 00 

Reserved Seats r.O 

Bos Ofilos oaao st 1 b» Ibeatrs on Moadsr, 1O o'clock, a. 11. 



3ALIF0RNU INVENTION. 





,'. portable 

FURNACE 



,„ sentaurs* 

BOfl"* 




^^•*S\ 




-roR— 
JEWING MACHINES, 

DESTISTS INO JEWELLERS' LrTHES, 

t.ii IsTtntinn csb bs ippittd to the optrs'lDg 

of sll klads of lewlDs tfachino-, DrotUts' 

so4 .'Tellers Lstb»s !■.« slmpllelt- is 

OBJjT iqr.t, *& It lu dsraDllliT; 

Itsvold* loe B»eof tbelreeo- 

l», which l« no irsrefal 

sod lAjorlooj, 

9T Application mtde bj the Agents for the 
scifle Ot-».«t. 

IAWTER At wHtDOK, 

OS3 Wasttlniitoa Street. 




AZTEC PINOLE, 

made fbom tabohbc oobn, 
oood 

Asa rt-ifular «rtirlr> of* fnoil. 
As a diet for dyspeptics, 
As a food for rnlfdrt'ti, 
11 ari'iiolalnruf tUn bowels* 
A*i tlilrki'iilnjjr f r aoaps. 
Per bread Inn catleftavud fist), 
P«r ilia vns of nilnrn, 
For the am of prospectors, 
Portlieasi* ofhant.rs, 
•"or the ase of c«mp»r«, 
For ths ■■• of plc». Ickt-Ti, 
For the ase of everybody. 
A eotfestsnt laaali, aIwaj* rtady An 

lomeet's notice. 

A«k Toir Qroeer for It, 

Bstsil groeefS smpDlied or ad/ wbolsasJssr or 

flh * AZTEC COMPANY, 

US aaeraanento *Hreet, *«■ Praaelaee, 
Jt27-lm 



tfcDANIEL'8 THEATRE 

CBRTTBBTIB. RTORI«B. 

THREE GOOD VARIETY WOMEN 

atrTsUnt folni Cast will find It to tbslr adrna- 
•«• bslors leiTias Calif ornlk t* aorrsssond with 
' J. BfeBATfiKi,, 
1 1 Ls»*t Fox Ho. I, Chsrsnne, YTrottinf. 



Tahoe 
Billiard Hall 

I'll *•». L STONE, Proprietor. 

No. 417 Kearny Street, 

Betweea Cahfc rata and Plee. 

Tofi eW «M rvfor*. bta la'olr beeo colarpr d. sod 

bow ODttiei * new B*>*e) UtiUe. Th» bset I, qiors 

and L ir»-» at tbe B*r Fl»« Urr* flcaiy formebed 

: • ci'.im ltd DiiT te psrliss cd lb»lr ind 

temiB aad rslei. 1 7-Stt 







&w 



R. F.OSBORN&CO., 

lanporfera and Deaisrs in 

Wagon Hardware 

76 I MARKET STREET, 

WOULD CALL ATTENTION TO IHRlRflne 
eloek of BOLTS. ffASHriH»-. NLTb, AXLKS. 
Gold Acd Sur.r HUB BANDs. LAMfH, ADO 
ilPH. i-oll Aneitmant of HALBaULB. RIV- 
Elb, etc. 

—ALSO — 

Depot of Philadelphia 

CARRIAGE AND TYRE BOLTS 
,s7B-2« 



OPERA HOUSE, 

_eA.isr JOSE. 

This theatre will bi leased 00 liberal i«rm» for six 
aiontba or by tbeyear lo ad esoerteoced mintiBr, 
bo'loo'S rtqu r;n« co> n'i»*DCf from Han Joae. Tee 
Dotiteeao bow be rented by tbeoigbtor wuk on 
low tarsi s. 

SBA TISO CAPACITY 1,200. 
O. BRORAHK1, Proprlefor. 
BAN J08K 



Liverpool arid Great Western 

.fcteamehip Conipaay, 

CARRYING .THE TJ. 8. MAIL. 

TIGKETS S0Lr7TO AND FROM 

T 1VKRPOOL, QtrESNBTOWN,^££0iL 
*-* LondoiiderTi, Haaibnrib, *nm*v,£mMmmm 
Havrs, Paria, Sweden, Belslom, Horway sad all 
Earops an cities. 

TblsOoBtaaB* hai airansemetU with tbeOem- 
mUtlooerof XnlsTatioa sod Railroad Oompnain 
at New York, br wblob Dasieogsn are promptly 
forwarded to ths Pa cine Ccaet. 

For paiticalars spplr to 

O. B. JACK4QV, A[»t, 

m|20 1aa »»» Afoal Koaaery street. 



HARRY MYERS, 

Agent; for BltcblDgs A <<rsy's School 8a 
for Doit and Olrli. * 11' oall at rceldsaota. 



Pacific Purchasing, 

PRINTING DRAMATIC. MUSICAL, LECTURE. AND 
EQUESTRIAN AGENCY, 

Koomw lO and 17 O^O W-^hinfirtoii street. 




....EVERY... 

(Saturday XL-veninc, 

AT EIGHT O'CLOCK. 

AT THE OLD ORIGINAL- , 
RED LluN.lfl Oearv ttmet, 

whfrn joo can b*ve HOT ANU 
tJUI.l> DKINKS of the very beat 
qoAlliy. Tbe "O'd Sport" is ai- 
*s)ioa hfto.1. Drop in. 
DAVE MtCNDES. Proprlstor. 



Attention, Good Livers! 

MR. P. BBROBS. FORMERLY 
proprietor ol the Miners' Re*- 
taoraDt, hi» taken the miiiRRomDDl 
of botb the Miners' RefieoraDt on,, 

Cotnmeraial strent and tbe Miners' ^ 

Brsoob od Market ctreet, in partner»bip wltn Bia, 
A. DRAYEUR. who bat beeo ooaneeted with tba 
flrro lor year*. IraproTenjeoU baTS be«n mus a 
tbe ooia.nc departne\ that will render the Bll- 
oers'more popnlar thaa It has srsr wsn dr^trtba;' 
the 'i'l roars of Its prosperity. Oar Bills ol «*£•' 
smb--oe all tbe dolioacies of tbe aOASon. tmr 
motto U "Good Fare, Good Cooking and Moderate 
Oharsaa." 

P. BKBftRs * CO. 

MINERS' RESTAURANT,. 

K81 and 5a» Oomaisralsl, aaa j 
7 at* Market street. 
Open rom f> A.at, to 1« F.M. an31 \m 



SPECIAL rVOTICB TO MISS MINNIE WALTON, 

Picnic and .Ball Committees. | ....ran 

WE ARE PREPARED TO FURNISH I TWO NEW DltAMAN, 

BANKS aud ORCWEfiTBAS oompossd ol .. -.-_»„* ,„ .„„„, .. B ...™. n t. /«, R nr l-> 

i.ne lost mneicl»DB Ib tbe Sute, ooi-er coaipe- If > |I, » Md t0 R00ept •»B*«sments for 6 or 1. 

(■'■nt IradeiB. at fair rates. nisbts oommeoolag in July. 

■Ear* Tbe BoiineuIarratigsmtDta of Dramitio or Musical Entertainments, FETK8, PICNICS 
etc, attended to. 

et*V All bosiness entroBled to as will bs eztontsd with promptness. No ohargei mide eiotp 
for esiriees aotaall) performed. _ _ „„ 

aJBBKIUAN COBB!" <fe CO, 



CALIFORNIA AND NEVADA 
VOLUNTEERS, 

HONORABLY DISCHARGED FOR ANY jj 
cinim, nt Dram Barracks, or any othereatl 
plaoe over 3UU mllos from ylace of eolistmsnllU 
are entit bd to .iddi'loual Trarel Pay. t , / 

Apply to, I 

,T. R, ROBINSON, Uf 

jc-ie-'in OHO Montgomery Btrset ^Hs* 



THE OLD 
Hot Sootoh, 

1R Morten Street, near Kearny. 

All Eriixks Tea Cent h 

Hot Prinks a Specialty. 

THE BEST TOM »ND_JtRRY IN TOWN. 

Always on file ths New York Herald, Harper'r 
Weakly, Frank Leslie's, Day's Dolors, Police Ga 
rette, all the Oallfernla iiapeia. also London 
Poson, Bell's Ii I fe. IUaatrated London News. 0*11 
and satisfy yourself. 



r>It. LEE CHUN GEE, 

CELEBRATED 

Ohlneae Pliyslolan, 

1017 DTJPONT STREET, 
Between Pacific and Jaekion «(« 
Cajct All rUcau. Moderr.ccrsTE's. 



SANGER HALLE 

(ELNGER'S HALL,) 
It GEARY NT., NEAR KEABNY. 



None ant llie C7hotc«>*t Ulrunds of Wlss- 
and Eilquora ns haad, 

OEr&T WEVAND A IASCHIS 8AT NEWEST 

f.18 tf OHRIS FEIDMANN. 



'(PER'S OPERA HOUSE. 

VIHOINIA (fTY, HJEVABaA. 

rHIS KLEOANT THRATRP. HAS BEEN KB 
dsooreted, and oaa be rented by the rlcht • 
t t;-» weAk. btars sod traveling oomaealsr 

f U F.|l 



Parisian Houses 

8AH RAFASli, 
ONE BLOCK FROHTHE RAILROAD 



L. THORIN, Proprietor. 

FURNISHED ROOMS 

....AMD,... 

n estaurant* 

Flrat tituillty of VPloes, X.lq- 
aora aad cigars. 

BOARDERS TAKING BY WEEK OR MONTII 

BjSTlfll 



WANTED. 



A Leading roAO, Joveaile aod OonediaD. Thoeat 
wboosn make ibemsefvea generally nsefol andi 
travel for a sore bat low salary. Variety talent al- 
io wantsd. Addr-ifr> c# Ai lbjwis 

LIVERMOPE, 

ALAMEDA 0O-, V 



tR*!*WW 



FIGAR O ." 

THE JOUENAX OF AJTOBEMEHI8. 

t>ot>li«h.« •••IT DMT In the Year W 

j p. B O Gr .A. Et 33 TJ B 

AI 

S3S m«oui »n<i aaa w "»•»' "a*>» ■«• 

Below Montgomery. San Frencieoo 



MONDAY JULY... 



1873 



Too Much Honor. 

I! in rtlated of Dan Rica that when io De- 
troM. ba was groet.i by aeeedj-lo;>kirig«*.»p 
wilh "Is this old Dan?" "It is," rcp'.cd 
Daniol pleasantly. "I'm powerful glad to 
aeoyoo; we had an arm a', at our hoase laat 
niitht aod we are Koing to c .11 it Dan Bice." 
Dan'a couoteuance fell at once, and in a 
■a jlemn whisper ha said: "I'm aorry, bntjrou 
are a little too late. I'mhiken hsnda with 
forty-eight moa th:s morning who had naa.0 1 
blbies after me, and my last lire dolUr bid 
is paid oat. You'd bit er striko Broum 
t\han he com 1 '-." 

A Good old 91am. 

There is a model old mau described by a 
Peoria newspaper. He nssn't taken a bit of 
care of binwelf. He cliewed Uibaoco sixty 
years, ar.d got fat oo it. He drank h»rd for 
twonty-fiTe yeare, and got jou -ger e»ery 
d«y. Hiseye-S'ght !S«o pood that he reads 
his newpaper by moonlight through a mic- 
roscope inverted to mske the type siual 
eneugt for his peculiir vision. He walks 
eyery moruing four milts for hie drinks be 
fore bie.kfast; ho chops a cord of wood be- 
tween each meal: he has tried to die of old 
age thirteen times, and failed every time. 
Ho a'.touds to thewmts of an old aod feeble 
grandson, and suienntends tee funerals 
f his posterity with great eare and decency. 



Dltln't Amount to Math. 

A gentleman who knew Cbi:f Justice 
Ohase in hie boyhood and you h, remembers 
tho dty when, a stripling, he bide his moth- 
er adieu in their New Hampshire home, and 
started oat into the great world to achieve a 
Dame. Said the tearful mitron to the gen- 
tleman, as she gazed at the retreating form 
of her son, "Salmon is a good boy; I 
shouldn't wonder it, some diyhe becomes 

a Governor; but ," (naming another 

son lesi promising, and who subsequently 
died after a short life of dissipation,) be 
cover will do anything, he chews tobacco." 



Verdi. 

Verdi, the composer, is fifty-nine yeirs 
old, is abstemious and fm jal in his balits. 



| Thb RoalcaucraKS were a aet ot philosophers 
\ wao flourished in Germany during the Seven- 



teenth Oeotary god pro!. 
into oatan! science 



1 profound research 
di.oover tne Mixlrot 



^ "at five'ih tb. morning: and is also ve.y j ^/^^.ZTLZ^Z^^ 
courteous anoVAffabl*. He devote* tbe day 
to a walk among hit tenant! and to the study 
of qui «, poetry, history and philoeopby 



Orrmin Single. 

It is d* riguear now tbat Germany eetd3 
England daacemuen, wbi'e Franca supplies 
it only with ball tunes. The distinction is 
t l nt be-woea the only dance worthy of the 
name— tho waltz-and the jinnlyaud barely 
toUrattd quadrille, Out of eight waltz a 
daaool at the last B'aie ball, fire were 
Strauss', with German titles: two more were 
comphmentarllyrelaUd to royalty (namely, 
tho "Galatea" and the "SaLdringham") , 
and the remaining one was pure Buglis!), 
bciag Mr. Cooto'a 

A Thtatrieetl Sale. 

A Parisian manager has been selling some 
of the properties of his theatre. AmoDg 
tbe bargains offared to buyers were:— A sea 
coEsia'iogof twelve large waves, the tentb, 
which is larger tboa the otherB, being 
Blight ly damaged, adozeo aod a half black- 
bordered clouds, in good condition; a br&cd- 
new riiuko*; a sope.ior enow-storm, com- 
pca.d of flakes of floe paper, and two other 
snow-storm, of an inferior quality; three 
bottltsof lightning-flashes; a ee tiog sun of 
no g eat value, and a new moon; an elephant 
a crocodile, and three dragocs; aeveral 
phials of aicohol, good f\r apparitions aod 
for producing blue flames; finally, S3me en- 
tirely faw thunder. 

Rice ready. 

The fuaeral t Macready took placa on 
May 3, and his grave w.s made in Ken sal 
Green Cemetery.— Among the waild ca&t up 
by tba tide of eulogy.of this gieat great aetor 
is thii sonnet, addressed to him by Tenny. 
d>n. on the occasion of his retirement 
trom the stage (1854J: 
Farewell, Mneready, aincs to-night wo part, 
Full-banco l thunders often have canftst 
Thy power, we 11 uaed tj move the public 

breast. 
We thank thee with one voioe, and from the 

heart. 
Farewell Macready, sioce this night wa part, 
Go, take thine bOi.ois home; rank with the 

beat— 
Garrick, and statelier Kemble, and the rest. 
Wo© made a natio 1 purer thro' tbeir a:t. 
Thine is it tbat our Drama did not di n , 
Nor fl.eker down to brainless Pantomime, 



oho oirlo tore* in tho nUiot of certain pUat 
PIPIFA3C Is doet. ttnir researches. It io made 
rromtweotydtn%r*Dt herb*, gathered when their 
juice* are ttrang«at.Ioriaidg a combination unri- 
v*lod in the maieria m'dica. PiPlFAX asa.Jia 
t nd fori fl * natars. It drives to the extreme 
puu, and through (he pore* of the skin all eroanc 
tones o' the body, the bid hamor* which molnst 
It, gluing relief ereo Indieesae ib* mOit refractory 
aod d fficalttooore,aocli vs agn«a, neuralgia, and 
many comvlainla having their origin in ths brain 
The iDtl'joaoe it has 03 the flympatbetio and 
pnenmogastrto «trve» U very an -prising, if an 
onto, eh d pattieot irleePIPIFAX he. will ba aston- 
ished at tbe relief it, will bring to bis waakened 

nerv^a* ,F 

4. PAoanaUt L.tyOntlon. 

Pereoori deslrts^ cca'ortabla lodgings in a 
>ntia. IcciUoa, shotlt vhUi the ilhamhr*, 
and lne;neot the hue ssiltea of rooms to let there 
Tne bniioimt la a v«rv &ce one and it well 

lighted andTtntllated. I 

a 

The While Honse. 

The White Qoii-6 la thronged every afternoon 
with ladles, tbe majority of whom nave come> 
from a difatanoe and consequently must need 
•oire refreshments. Dj these ladles know that 
directly opposite the Watte Homo Is the White 
Hoo e BiSTiceANT T-is Bestanraat has juet 
been re-flttea andenlirged by Mr. Mcjer;, the 
proprietor, with a epeclei view to Ihe comfort 
of ladles. He ha? taken great care to keep It 
aelect. and tne refrer-bments Uti firot-cla:-a. 'Gw 



Ttie New loik 3PH«jtoe;rapti 
Gallery 
No. 35 Taird S.raet, Is aialn open, with lar 
ger lights, moro room, and -11 the ratest 1m 
provementa in loatrnm^ntB. Cabinet B*m- 
brandts only $1 perd:zsn; Ciri Betnembrants 
from $2 to $3 par dozen. No Oblsamen employ. 
ed. B. f.HOWLAND 7a 



Tlio Montgomery A.-v-oxiue 

Tailoring; dylne and Clean- 

Inff Eatabilslimcnt. 

Ko 1 W5 StooktoD Street, opposlt* Union Sqaare, 

Ladies and lontletneQi olothiuc of everydasariD- 

tion, cleaned, dysd, pressed, attired, and repaired 

id i.bebeat maootr, at priosi to anit the terms— 

trritteaordere promptly atlsnded to. 

7N S. GHAY 



t^ratrs Abolition Oil 

OureH htiff Joints, sprams and Braises. 3-n 



Fresh an. I Swtet, 

Far tbe best confectionary, m '-c Oanty and 
WaiQer's. ll/J Meatgomery St. near 6<i*.utr. II 



A great variety of Ties and Bows, all Ftyles, 
juat received at tbe What Cheer Laundry, 121 
LeldeBdorff atroet. * 

OlaUBtoiAirz.— Mstlsxae utara ABtonla, the 
Olairrcyant Pbyalclan and Independent Trance 
Medium. 933 Kearny str«t. bet. Bush and Pine. 
Ojasultadona In Sagiiea, Freoob aad Qeraaa. 



BemoTai, 

Bamael Swilt has removed from lid to 113 
Post street. Sawing mtobinea rented and. re- 
paired as osu.l, and sold cheaper than ever, x 



Oyatera, 

In atroUlng round the other night. 
To look at 'Fiieoo by gas light, 
our oarelaaa feet, by chance did strar 
To where a fonntain's ceaaeleaa play 
Of sparkling waters, made a acieen 
Throagh which a sweet bonquet waa saao ; 
While moesy stone and pearly shell, 
O'er which tbe waters softly fell. 
Made that winnow teem to be 
Home fairy grotto of the sea. 

diep,** aald my friend, **let*a go la her*— 
It loon so nice—and try their oheer." 
"All right. ** 1 aald, ' -I must agree 
That this place units me to a 'T.'" 
Bo sooner had we found a seat 
Than at our aide a waiter neat 
•tado his appearance, asked oar wish— 
Bald they had almoat any dish 
That we mignt nam**. We found It ttoV. 
And cooked mmfniJlcenUy, too; 
All kinds of oysters. Juicy, fat. 
Cooked every style; Joat thin* of that. 
And Lf your month don't water, then 
You're different from other men. 
They'd olam aand orabs and terrapins ; 
In fact, Wfrfoond they had within 
That cosy phvoeaii kindsof game, 
Flah, flesh or fowl which we oorjd name, 
While every dish was, I am sure, 
Prepared to tempt an epicure. 
The ladlsa, too, haye found, 'twould seem, 
That they hare here tbe best loe eream; 
So here tbey flock, the little sinners. 
To get what they call "euJi nice diaoors," 
Whoever donbts this let him rush 

To three hnndred thirty-seven Bush 

And there tats troth he'll find made Plata: 

Who goes there once will go again. 

Pacific Oyster Botiae, 837 Bush street, above 
Montgomery; open Day sad KlgbU »—™> 

0BABLE3 HAAKX. Proprietor. 



Or. Barlow J. Smitti 

Is giving a oours of Free Lectures to Gentle- 
men on Sexual Physiology and Nervous Dis- 
eases at hie Hygelan Hall, 6S7 California street, 
every Friday evening, commencing at 7 J4 o'clock. 
a par*, of the evening la devoted to examining 
and proscribing for patients.. Dr. Smith gives 
phrenological examinations In regard to health 
to invalids dally, from 9 to * p m., tree. w 



Detitul Work. 

Fob ViKEsr qualttt ov work, go to T. 0. Jes- 
sup, dentist, cor, Suttei >ud Montgomery, over 
Tucker's. 3-c 



Pbotoaraphtc 

At one dollar per dozen at the Peoples Art 
GUlkry, 3» Third street between Stevenson and 
Mission tire >'l. a 



Tbe Laat New Son*;. 

Air— "Most <£ Chandfm," 
Emerson Gorvllle is my name, 
My business always Is the earn*; 
Eastern Oysters, and Fancy Boast, 
Relishes theso, tbat my house ran boast. 
Safely these Bivalves to all I show, 
Ob! high ohl Ohl high ohl 
None who have been hut again will go. 
Corville taya sol says aol 
Ob Floe Street, at No. 410, 
Rt-memb'.r the number and call again. 
Viaions of Shell-fiih la every style, 
Inwardly cause you much to emtio. 
Ladles with escorts there always go, 
Ladles got Ladles go! 
Emerson Corvllle's polite! and so 
3-1 They got they got they go! 



Bound Not Co be Beat, 

Is Q. Bnrkhardt's motto. Fine French Calf 
Boots a>ade to cidtr mix 18 tc $10. A good 
and aatlsfaoUon guaranteed. Call at 640 Wash- 
ington street and be convinced, A fall assort- 
ment of neatly-made goods always on band, at 
prices to suit everyone's pune. * oi 

E very body Suited. 

There la no end to the multitude of fashions 
in hats. At " The" Hat Store, 647 Washington 
street (second hat store below Kearny), all these 
orw styles can be found. Tbe stock is immense 
—the prices are reasonable. Every one who 
ioee there Is sure to be suited. s 



Polelon Oak. 

It is now generally known that tbe active princi- 
ple to whioh the effects of POISON OAK are doe 
is a violatileacid called by chemists toxioodendrio- 
aoid. It is, however, not so wall known tbat DIOK- 
KY'S ORKHHDB LIS ia not only ths beet avails 
able prevsatltiva, bat will alao.by its neatrallaing 
and soothing Qualities, greatly relievo all dUtrese- 
ingsymptoaia. 



Free ofDanger. 

The luteH seaastion beiog worked np by ths pa 
pers is founded on a report tbat a gentiemin be' 
came iooontated with ctaeaas by smoking a cigar 
made by a Obiosman. Those who do not wiib to 
ran a similar risk can avoid it by purchasing thei r 
oiftarsof H- ^ntliffat eith<r of bis stores 330 aod 
$32 Keiroy Street. Mr. Sutlff manages to Bell oi- 
gars made by wbitn m tj as cb^ap as others eel 1 
Obinese oigars. His sains are lame and be iacon-. 
teat with a small prcot. Tbonga sixteen yeare ia 
business bs bie never empleyed a Chinese oigar 
maker, from oonoientioai convictions, and never 
intends t> dose. Nowttt thoa« who are in earnest 
la their opposition to Ohinese cheap lsbor prove it 
by giving their patronage t>one who practically 
proves bis principles, and at tbe same time avoid 
the fate c f tbe o,nfo^tana■ e gentleman who Bmoked 
a oigar which bad been beslobbered by a a unhealthy 
h.eiheu ^ i 

W. B. Skellenberg-r, s22 Hontgomary Street. 
Beal Bstati, Furaiihed fl.UH. aad Boom', 
Select SoardlDg piaoe?, rents coll«cted, Furni- 
ture bought and sold, fiu iaessoppo.-taultles 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



PF.IEll FERNANDEZ PBTBB AGUIRRE 

FERNANDEZ & AGUIRRE, 
Fasxiloiia'b) o 

^HATTERS. 

No. 329 Kearny Street, 

Bet Bush and Pins, bAN FRANOl&OO 

Bate Made to Ord*r and Beoovated. 



PICNICS, EXCURSIONS, ETC. 



DIVIDEND NOTICES. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE 

?an Francisco Savings Union, 

No. 533 California Street, 
Corner of "Webb 

FOR THB HALF YRAB BINDING WITH 
30 th of Jane, 1373, % dl rid end has been die tared at 
tbe rate of nine and six t?ntb3 [9 6 10 ! psr crn per 
snnnm oo term deposits, and eight ($j par cent. 
por annum on ordinary deposits, free ot Federal 
Tax, payabto on and alt >r 14ta of July S73. 

By crdtr. LOVELL WHIfE, 

jrl-2w Cashier 



DIVIDEND NOTICE 

German Saving and Loan Society. 

The Board of Directors bava declared tbe divi- 
dend on denos'.ts for tbe first half year [673, ending 
this dat : On Term D>po«it<, at the rat? of nine 
and eixt^ntb percent (9 6-10) per annnm; on ordi- 
nary deposits at the rate of elffbt per oeat (?) per 
eanam, free of Federal Tax, piyabla on aod after 
Jaly 15. fiun Fr,n<ji30O.Jani 3'J^h 1ST3. Byordtr 

jy3-2ir GEO. LKTTE, aecretary 



Asa, Ij. Wsusuman'a 

"Ohiga 50 Bter Depot," 623 Bacramiuto street, 
between Montgomery and Eo-rny. The cele 
bra' -d " Chicago Lager Beer," and the best of 
llqaors. Dally lu-.cb, with lob=t:r salad and 
other delloscles, prepared by the epicurean 
George Butt. Beer, 10 o*nt3. BeguHr Ger- 
man lonchea, caviar, Bwlss oheese and eand- 
wicnee. Sfrv<-d to oedt-r. To lunoh at Wauga- 
man's ibths thlog. 



G-j 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



ALHAMBRA THEATRE 

T.Masalre Proprietor 



SAM. RICKEY'S 
FAREWELL BENEFIT, 

— iSD- 

Last Appearance in California 

FRIDAY EVEM'G, J0LY 18. 

A Host of Volunteers 

—AND A— 
H3 I <3r BIU L. 



Dividend Notice. 

SECURITY HAVINGS BANK, 

i»»l8A\SOMC StBEVB. 

A DIVIDEND 10 DEPOSITORS FOE THE 
h ill year eadlagjuo. 30, 1873. his Ibeeo do- 
clcred br this B.ok at the rate of MNfi AND 
SIX-TENIHS (96:10) per ceets per acDam on 
TERM DLPO&HS, e.d eight (?) per eeot per 
anonm en ORDIN1RV DEPOSITS, tree or 
Federal Tea, piyabte od and alter Jair 10 ]873. 
By order. T. F. BAOON, Secretary. jy 3 lw 



S. F. and S. P. B. R. Co. 



CHANCE OF TIME. 

THE CHEAPEST ROUTE TO THE GEYSERS. 



AN'TELOPit:, ooaoectitJB at DoatDaa Land- 
ing with tbe Sun Fr&ncisoo Jc North Pacific R*l[- 
road Uo!D [iiiny for Olorerdale end, all intermediat* 
etatiooa, will leave Kan Fianoisoo daily (Snndayi 
excnied), TromFrOLt street W barf, at 2:30 p.m. Ke- 
turalnir, tbe train will leave Uloverdale daily at 
i-i;W o'clock a H , • ODrj-ctinc at Oonanne *ith tho 
ate mar and arririugio San Fiaooisco atll:UU A ML 
the steamers and cars male close connection* 
with Btages to and from all points. 

SUNDAY EXCURS 0n7~AT REDUCED RATE!. 

Leave Ban Frmeisco at 8 A. H. every Sunday 
arriving at Oiov.. rd%l*> at 1 o'u'ook P. M HeturDioa* 
will leave Olorerdala at -o'tlock, atrlvlng tn Baa 
Franoieco at T o'oloo • 'Ibis will allow sxoar- 
aiODlsts several bonra at am ot ttu> places aloag 
t n e Hoe of • hti road. For all information apply at 
i be Uoirp'iif'ti c flic e, -ISO UontKOtnery street. 

On and after Jane let. ibe Steamer will leave 
San FrancUco at 2 30. p. at. ; the oara will leave 
Oloverdale at 6 A. M- 

apI9 PETER DONAHUE, President. 



Badger'sGentral Park, Oakland 



Dividend Notice. 

SAVINGS ANDToAfl SOCIETY, 

610j,CLAT STKFET. 

AT A MEETING OF THE BOARD OF Di- 
rectors beld tbis cay, a dividend was de- 
clared (or ihe eix mo- tbe ending JaneSO, 1£73, of 
oine and Bix-tentbs (9 6-10} par cent per annnm 
OK all deposit free of Federal tax, and payable 
on aod after to* IStb i&st. 

OYBU4 W. OARMANY. Oaabier. 
Sao Francisao, Joly 8cb. IB73, jjlO 2w 



A GRAND RAFFLE 



A 



GENTLEMAN'S TURNOUT OOMPLETE > 
on accoaot ot departure. One 5 year old 

Sorrell Horae" (eoand aod kind, broke aiogle and 

doable. Oin trot in'2-4A). 
One new .brce-fourtb baggy, Larkics & Co.. 

makers. One eet of new Damecombe Harneee. 

Diy a«d Nigbt Blanket*, Hobs, Whip, etc., at 

"Rattler's Wine Parlors," 

384 BUSH STREET, 

Whin tickets oan be bad. Turnout can be asen 
at tbe Oity SUbles. To bo rafllad on £atnrday 
evening, July 26ib, 1373. j 9 td 



THESE BEADTIFCL GARDENS ARE NOW 
open to.- toe Beaioo, and many of the moa 
popular 

FIOSTIOB 

Will be beld there. The attraotiona are oomer 
oub. SKAHVO PAVILION, MUSEUM, GYX- 
tlASIUM. Skating free oo week days. 

Admffialnn SG Cents 

UHILDRRN IO CENTS. apl7 tf 

DR. JORDAN'S 

GREAT ANATOMICAL MUSEUM, 

And College of tf edlciae. 

IO nac\ beautiful and instruot- 

m.\J •\J\J\j ire objects to be eeen. Qpso to the 
Pnblio DAY AND NIGHT, at EUREKA HAJJ- 
5i8 Montgomery street. FOR MEN ONLY. 

lar-DE. Jobdan'8 Private Office Lb at *il 
Geary street fooooaiteold MeohKoios' Pavilion). 



San Francisco Jevtelry Uanafactovy. 

D. W. LaLrd, 010 Mtrcbaat atrecL Dumona 
Betting, ifu- Mug. All bind* oi repairing 
dene. Jewei. j lor sale- j. p 

.Or. Dobcny 

Hal deroted hie study more paxtletalaxlf to 
.-Qtonio and apeolflo practtoe, and a. so.cn la 
uow the moat — -ceaaful of any rhvalclan in 
6an VruoUcc. Offloe 6ir. ttacramento street, 
oomer of LeldeadorfiV a few Aeon oelow Wbat 
CJi*ex Hoqm, t 



Don't Pay Other People'e Debts. 

Bat buy vonr faroltnre and Beddlog for caan 
of S, A, Shaber ft 0». T07 Market Street, who 
gi-rsB no one credit, so make no bad debts and 
therefore Bell fer smaller profit*, and leas 
prtoee than any other dealers In San Franols 
oo, x 

Corns, Bunions, Xnurowirjc Valla. 

A perfect core warranted by Albert Sohoen- 
wald, 127 Second street. 4-ci 



Twenty Thousand 

Papar Collars, all styles, for sale cheap at the 
What Oheac Laundry, offloe 131 Leldeidoxff at. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE 

The Farmers and Mechanics' Bank 
of Savings 

Declared a dividend for the half year fading 
June 30th, 1S73, at tbe rate ot t*a par cent per an- 
num on term; eight per c:nt per annum on elaaa 
one ordinary, and six per cent o r annnm on class 
two ordinary deposits, frse of Federal tax, payable 
on and sft^r Jaly 14, 1BTJ. By order 

O. 3J. OONDBR. Oashier. 



K0TICE TO THE PUBLIC. 

-THU- 

Dekiionico Restaurant 

Has lately changed bands and la now nncer (he 
etfloieal manacement of klitonell. Freitae <t Bro , 
who b- tbeir sreat expsrienoa la ths caterina tins 
are bringing back the former popularity of Ibis 
restanrant. Give them a call and prove it yourself 
Torse dishes 25 cents. This ia now a first class 
Sostanrant. jcU-im 



GEETETJDE M. GEEG0ET 

—OF THE— 

GKEGORY TROXJ1PE 

It rEqaeaUd to commnoicuts immediately with 
the undersigned. By so doing ihe will be.r a ime- 
ih'Dggr<at>y to h r advantage. 



J. H 

j*19-Im 



McCABE, Theatrical Agent, 

620 Washington Street, 



A9 



OYSTEE GE0TT0 

A clean and respectable Oy^cr 
House fltteduaporposely for I adits 

428 PINE STREET, 

Above tbe Oilifornia Market, between Kearny and 
Montgomery Streets. 

A. W. MANNING, Proprietor. 
jelaVlm 



HOMESTEADS 

That are Homes 

pKRSOaNS 1NWANTOF HOUSES ARH ^a. 
*- reqaeatsd to examine the p'ans of tho e IB 
now being cona'rnoted upon that beantifully "* ■ 
aitnated priperty on PaoSo Heights, on tie blook 
boonded by Pacific avaane, Bachaasn, Webster 
and Jackton atreets, commanding the mo.- 1 msgnl- 
fioentviswof any location in tbe oity, and aoota- 
eible by *are. which pies tbe doors. 

Tbeie elegant houses are built in tbe beat man- 
ner, and will be Bald 

Ont a Cradlf of Six Tears, 
Plana and specifications at offlae of 

JOHWT, LIT/I.E, 

Real Estate Agent. 
330 Hoatgomery Strtect. 



Oo Not feJuUet- ironi Oojcnai. 

The nnfortuuate enfferers from Ooros.Bon- 
ions, Olnb ana ingrowing Nails, can find Instant 
relief by applying at Dr. B. H. Cowao'a InBti- 
tnte. 810 Kearny street, from 1 to 6 tJt, We 
aw*** from expertenoe. having tefted the Doc 
ter*s oapabUlty. References given Ifreqnlred. a 



"THE VILLA," 

At to. N.w 

GOLDEN GATE PARK, 

The Building having joat been completed, Is 
now thrownopen to tbe public The house is ele- 
gantly lurnlaned, and hss 

Four Public Parlors, 

—AMD- 
Ten Private Dining Rooms, 



An Elegant Villa. 

"The Villa" is looated at the laat nr north-west- 
ern gate of tbe Park. 

Epionraan Breakfasti. Dinnars and Supper?, 
prepared oo the aCortes; notica. 

GUD10 MANGENBERG * CO., 

PBOPRiliTORS. jy.lUtf 



THE CUFF HOUSE! 

ROARING 0CE4N!~SURGING BREAKERS 
FOAMING SERF, MORSTER SEA L ONS- 

Appetizing Breakfasts, Lunches, 
Dinners and Suppers. 

BRING TOUR WIFEI 

BRING) YOUR FAMILY! 

BRING TOUR LADY FRIENDS 

Andcnior a viaw of the fiaest OOEAN PANO- 

fiiMA IK THE WORLD, all io sight of 

tbe world-renowned 

Golden Gate. 

With atl-et of wb:ta-mesBeogtr> eot^ring from 
trary partof iln oommervi&l world. 

s9~New Line Basses, connecting with Btreet 
Oara at Lone Hoantrln erery 15 minnteB hereafter 
for the 01; tf Honee. jyl-if 



MORACHAN& LYNCH, 

DEALERS IN 



Market. San iTranolton. Open Day 
and Night, Families, Pnblio an1 Pri- 
vate Parties, Hotels, bbtpping and 
Reataaranti snpnllad. 



*§p 



i.»-l<n 



IO Cte. JO Cts. IO Ctia. 

Far GU-s for tbe Finest 

Wines and Liquors, 

and the Oelebrated 

FREDERICKSBURG BEER, 

— ni— 
FRED. O. WENTWORTH'S 

saloo :ivi, 

601 KEARNY STREET, N. W. cor, Sao. 
je-19-t(. 



GEORGE HAYES* 

D andaU kinds o? SHEllL PISU.JKv^ 
BtaUaNoa. 1«, 41. 4», Oalltorrd. V~l IBM 
aaarkrt. utrane. on OaUlorois atjnt. *-' — ' 
PrnWioorprlrat. pwUM aad laralUM sapptM 
Irooa»iJC.to O^lTu. L.dl~' "d^r^lw.n'i 
Oftta. BWSi ot«ri ftoaa S ua. to 13 j.mt^-^tSB ll 



CANDIES. 



Ordein, CBiJtrviaii/ nuui vlio vvvuiv. 

and will be promptlr attended to. 



orders, espec-allj from tbe conntrr, are < 



IT'S XX AfLX> TIIVXXOJbB 

THEBEFORE.... 

SAVE YOUR MONEY 

DT GOING TO 

THE PALACEOF FASHION 

ANOTHER EXOIlEMENT ABOUT THB 
New i- tore, 1? Seoond street, opposite the 
Grand Hotel, Clothing of the latest and most 
faahiorable styles mat*n to order. ( h'aper and 
better than at an; other honse in the city. 

NOTE THE~PRICES. 

Pants.-.. from $6 to S I 2 per pair 

Suits ..fro m S25 to SSO 

I inrtte the inspection of tbe OholeesfGoods in 
the market, 

A. MORRIS. 

JVo. 17 Second Street, 

jd7 1m Opposite* Or find Hotel* 



0R Rf NZS 

H Ei\sB 



tireat Tonic end Ar»petlx«r. For < 
Stale fverjwsere. my 9 3m 



J. C. COMBES, 

TERRAPIW LUNCH, 

Cor. Second and Tehama streets. 

s*W Terrapin com. lastly on hand. 

Ojatere in erery Btvle, PRIVATB 

SUPPER ROOMS Vm PARTIE8. 

dec 31 lm 



_ KINDS Ofi THE FINEST OANDV 

made at onr Steam Oandy Faotory dailr. AH 

a whetted 



VARIETY TALENT WANTED 



THE VARIETIBfl, 

IIOOHK KEVADi. 

A.areas, 

SIM'L NEDMAN. Boslaess Hanaasr, 
jell tf VARIE'I IE3, PionQe. NeT. 



to be bad. 

i.12 a 



, BANCROFT Jfc CO., 

7£3 Market rtrct. 



ALHAMBRA LODGING HOUSE. 

t FINELY FURVISB KD ROOMS, SIN- 

J gloorrln salts, 

] 'Well'js^^*^ i*a^T«mtll»*e4U 

j Dnfnrcished Roonia t» leu L*j6jasx wit* 
Jbcat board. ALUAJalBKA BDiLDING 
*.o»h M*Mt. '.ynU tf 



PIANOS 

aKD.... 

ORGANS. 



CALT, AND EXAMI.Vfc. KINDS AND PRIOI8 
before pnrcbasitig elsewhere. Good bargain* 



STEPHEN M AYBELL. 

Comedlau; 

Parties wiehingtalent for oity or conntry oan 
ens g* tbe same br addreatinE a note to him at 
thle office. i 2s-lra 



PIANOS. 

THE BEST AND THS OHEAP-' 
it. Sobraobetadter A Oo., Ag.Dta 
.31 the oelebrated Factories of 

i . i . , -Stotbner, in Leipzig, and Sohleip, 
n Berlin. Office. SIS OI.AV SiKKET. «p» 



GERMAN 

rtfrB 



White & Kearns Combi- 
nation Tronpe. 

In conaeqaence of Heuri. Whit* & Kearna laav- 
irjg for tha Ksat this tronpe will be known hereaf- 
ter ae thaOalifornia Oomblna'lon Tronre. 

Chava Sc»pp, Manager Pro Tam. 

Olnb Boom No. 250 Jeaal* Street 



■■ 




■ 



LV IA. leTTl. 



T«4. XVII. ■. 



M0NT60MERY S 
HOTEL. 



•>»•• 



»' u&aa >^. .~a 



UCKLEY'S IE* VARIETIES 






a« ;1?>iteil 

» - '-» o ec >». * ' «no w i . 

nlr Vereatilo Variety Show 



MHfM .11 '., • V I J 

O C TIIO \IPSON 
rule i •. . - i <. 

FUST PUT Of WIT. SMG 1KB FUN 
■i.av a«TBr«c}T7 /v »«. Eie»» 




tOK Ic , 
•'OMAN 



llOSIdll.;;, 



HUT ALMAMBEA THIATBI. 

CALIFORNIA MINSTRELS. 

Billy Manning, Frank Moran AtRobt. Fraser 
Roappoaranoo or t^lttlo Mno. 

I»nr-t fi ill n In Knlooa. 



BELLA UNION THEATRE 



rmsT week or "sally ann." 



THIS EVCRIKO 



JOLT Ift 




... ii.- m 



■ iTtit.ni witr l tuuisi 

■|V\I.l 



■ -«» uiuriiimi >iMnri.i 

.JtH • i-ak« 

mill »*>■■«» 

KUfekU. 

i n « m. ao«A> 
. Hurt, Moraa .V Manning 



OLD BLACK 



JOE" 
MS 



l '°CR>io.\n '*— •* 

mtm 



N «iw ,f tit ^S". 

EIHEPB1CB. 
om seios:; ,. 

Jnninimi 

mttmUMMi i | 

MORRIS, 

Second ftw* 

ftpN'Ur 6rul I. - 





- 

Eadle Z*l-a. 

Htrrr D*Tnj 

Malllc I**. r.rr**t 

< rcbaetr* 



Tm UBtiii with 

Here She Goes and There She Goes 

M •>r**m. r,.... Mat istti. D*r»| Md Stir Zo» 



Pexrt M«-...n.l- 



-OMo. 



lOHHI'iilKt LITTLE MAC AND MASTER JAMES 



rioniHt 


L «LTJ Ci HlITSTG 


riuk Bonn 

a<MI>U. HART, t'l »»k ullHOW-OI 


BALLAD... 






J. O. Ill nKRI.L 




VHS 

■ob rum 


I33FIXTIMC 

. .. II. 0. THOMPSON: . 


IktiSLJOiH, 

...r> J. SUBKWOOD 



THE MISCHIEVOUS MONKEY. 

LAJITILADV MABTCB JAMIS 

■ OUKmuHVULOCO UtHHAKT 

■anXKCY l.irii.uiiAr 

OVI:HTrftK-AI*li.iOJil.i »VA»» AMD OBUHBNTRA 

Conoloding with Manoiog'e great epeeialty 

"ONE NIGHT IN A BAB ROOM/' 

• NVOKFK bliorlfiailCbu.et" HI 1.1. T M IKMXO 

tlARK'EPKR '. BQIIFKASKR 

SHARBT QBHIBU. H. D. TBOHPSOH 

BOY LITTLE MAO 

ROWDY JIM SOB HART 

P1AOKARL' MASTER J AMES 



MALE AND FEMALE MINSTRELS 

ill Baai 
■ ■ . . *..<•} 

r**a 

»■-••■ 

turn* iymr^ ».- 

■■a.naa» 



NIm Laura IVrroii 

LIKN M«rl«B>*. 

a* W *HI « loir 

aSXJ TVL PTION, 

W., t «.,,!.», ■* 



IMr.il.t Art 
■ !•« • »'«! ■■•« 
Ovarian 



enter! . . 

Ai'Un 

H*e*«* 

M»8rMI> 

p.eeraMci.ran 

Smu Bafltwe -.■• 



lit] Min**rl 

Mnlff Ai'Ui 
M ram M >«*•»• 



.Teeale J^hn-on 
i RiThM 
. .Tommr Hat «-»• 
..Lihi. IUHu4 
lon-oit rJrao 
John W**4av*r4 



Oree/lara.. 



Choice Sflcrilons, Miss Lanra Hervon 



THE 



•>4 *|A>n*t 

ii 



MODOCS" 

Jobs Wnodmi 

**. (Rillr 



*'l»n»r«! Kinkan 

I II ffl.lU 

Ssrteei. MaMetbead 

Holiltara 1 dlene .ad atreglera 



A I laai lilliu> ■.. 



...Jeaale J'kiNi 



THICK O' HEARING. 

M." Kelt*- >» *1 ...Toiirr B tt« 



'J*»rtor« UrchMif* 

CA88ZM and FTIITZ 

Apst^rloorwri.ttil D 

Itullntt 

TlHlrh "»«»>* i*t>il JJudc 

- ■> . MtiyK ♦> »*.-li» 

Fitmlilur •>oam« I •■* nix*n 

f..T»IH> »«.«<■ IiO'taBray 

Tocoi.c'ud» witb t'i» Uaibftbl* •kctcbsL t t- td 

BOUNCED 

Ob»r»e;ori bjr Rl'ohle. Br«», K»llf, Uliofl, Bartoo. 7,\ 
La#o«llM. tod l.iili" H*rlADd 

iiook out for New Stars from the East 



ACIFIC HOUSE, :' 
JLTMPIC HOUSE, 



Or AfPi.wrclil I 
Ullnlit . 



.••it. tb. ri... 

EALHTOJIA OOTRILU 



A 
gretl 

of 



HJVT$ 




u^$$ 



gre»t 
variety 



AC thf> I X LAt'CTIONsTORE, No. c,l*»inrl G'30 RHARNY SKREBT, cor. Commercial. 



TRUNKS AND VALISES 

SUPERIOR. OUSTOM-MADB (WORK; WAR- 
fAQta-1 atronij and dnrnhln. at e imtl; r«dno»d 
prloaa. J. OOKIN, Trnr.fc- maker, VZd Mootcomary 
atrf«», batwran Fina and Bmb. faoinc tbv Htm 
Boua. Trunk* RapatMd: Ottrara Had«. )ai In 



ANDIES. 

"mBi™™!, 



'«l«'** 

iriS 




„gg»iSffl 



SEALS FESTIVAL 

....ON. . 

iuoday and Monday, July 20&2I. 

....AT THE... 

OltyOardexiS. 

Inn| um tioctottM and vtliu who h»T« expreasea 
i«ir isWalMm of partictpAUng in tho .performaooce on 
hjic h of um auoal FaatlTal and Fair of tbe B«- 
troUot Onler of Baala ara Uw following : 

an rraneiMo C»o>u. Hndaon Li.wo 

h.OmioalOrpb«UACIob E N Thaler 

at Twain, 1 8 Torrenca 

aaalm 4 Frill Ooo Hlockloy 

iiu Jaonla Booth Willi* 8lmma 

,onl* Jonnaon B W Piera; 

Ull. Htrlaod JakoWallaoa 

ra. Oku. Ooirial B W Koblar 

aonia FiUaora Obaa. Bcbolu 

anala Owntoon Maury Lot. A 

«t Laatl* Fred BJtonle 

aaiii KtllJ °* - ° Thompaon 

ii, BoblioD Ohia. Thompson 

aggia 81. Clair Dan Lowr; 

aigla Brawar Hugh Roblam 

Adie LaaoaUaa Jaa. Gallon 

• yUol.man Kooi Froaman 

li Oalifornia Jawoi Bob Hart 

aarlt Stawart Mom Bchmldt 

aary Kinga.ar Ml.e. TharoM 

ihoaj Starr £»d Ljaur 

unaa P Donaa Minnie Walton 

liade Stewart t W McKaozio, Jr. 

laa Lonlaa Smith A SeTerlBg 

la rtak Harrj Bogara 

iai Blaneha Z idee Z-lma 

baa. Merrill Irmk Morlimere 
elite UFortal 



PLATT'S HALL. 

INaSW aiTjaiic HA.LL. 

ELECTfiO-OPTICIAL ENTERTAfflNIENTS 

—BY TBS- 

Great Decap.tator Vanek! 

Onaf Five Nights. Commencing 

MONDAY, JOLT XI 

AK KMTIRB aHANSE Of FBOQRAMMK MOHTLY 



PROORAMME-PART I. 

VANEK Id blA Ha«&ln«.t aad Brilliant Roc*,inn! Atliint of 

£UCTRIC»L AND OPTICAL SCIENCE." 



PART II. 

Tb. Batr e -in.r a dOraAtnt of Illol oda 

Urt*t«st MOAAtioo of tba dar. ai parformad b» Prof. Vaoak 
or«f autr Urota at taa SUlt Taea.r*. It. Y. 




m 

.,r„r# 



Con triballoni for prlzaa aad for the Bazaar hare alao 
«n rtoaj'ed Tom the following parties i 
Thoe. W. Brae, Bilrer-monntad Banjo, to be oon- 
tted for by anaateor players. 
O. A. Stewart, one Bex of Cigars. 
0. 0. Canning, Ira of Holbroek A Co., order for a 
lire! Bnote. 

A. Oobn, two Bows of Olgara. , 

Bhaar A AeAting, Saloon, oorner of Qeary and Da- 
nt aureate, order for a Hat 

L««iet»r 4 Norton. 61T Washington itreet, order for 
pair of 110 Panta, to miienrr. 
Jobaox Price, Saloon, 831 Kearny itreet, Pair of Ologa 
mISasY. 

Mr. Jas. Oikb, Saloon, (17 Mcrohant atreet, one Cue 
Waaa, 

Mr. F. O. Id ward., Carpets etc., 6M aad 830 Clay 
raet, on* Featoer Dneter. , 



PART III. 

BRILLIANT OPTICAL CTCLORAMA 

By aaenaa of Hj dro-Ox j urn On< -Vup trutm. 

Moat baa*t.fal Via«« collMttd by Prof. Vuik dorlOK bit 
trip atouod ina W< r.d. 

1.-80U VH MhR d'ANOLBTTRB'. Tbla new rapraaaot* an 
az'raordfaairbfAatifnl Land'oap*. In tba foracr aad «,bo*t 
tVled with laiiii raay ba aaati moTiD« along a rofBaotlo brook 
Tba ludavoaoa tbao onau*«d tnwutniMD*, daring a aoow 
itorab and dfirirg ice 

S.— TbaTKMPL.Rof JDPITRR, Q>ar Roma, bj mioalitht 

S.— Tba BURlffJIO OF THE iHEAThK Ai DRSbDUtV, 

♦T-A^^JdMILLIM AURTRTA.wltbwlDnWhlrlior. 

«.— ATiaw of tba OATDHDRAL AT MILAN, to 1 til?. 
Tba trafllo of paopl" Laavarr wbara Tlaibla, wbila a aaorad pro- 
oaaaioa ant in tba Do .». 

•B. -MALABAR UlLL. Bo«ib»r. K»«t India. 

7. - A STORM AT MIA: A «btp la aaao l«a*>n« tba harbor 
of AaooLAio elaarwAAtbar; a atom ffralaallr arlaaa and b<- 
9 oiaa a aevara barHout, ianarmtD«l*d wttb vivid fliabaa of 
HtbtDloc. darlof trbloh poriotl Utaabfp atrikaa • took and ia 
oraokad. Tbaiky clta*ra opaod a rainbow apptan. wtiilo tka 
oraw ol tha waaMl ara raaaued b/ so approaobloc etsanar. 

#.— Tba TBVlPLBOr" DaIHONJI. To tba «Uj? of Najaukt, 
J»oio ; a oaabu-of Japaiaaa ara aeao delLFarinu tbalr prat' n. 

• a Tiaw of BETrALKHEM AT BVE.wlto tba*tarab«Ta 

tba Oitj. Tb« ««»•»» apaa and and jae targe of 'h* Virglo 
Mary with tba lofast Ja«oa Ohnit apaaar !■ tna aarotr* 

lta.-ThaOOLLkBlUM AT ROME, in Romeo ua»i. Tha 
graetrat arena and olrooa in tba world. It »n hora thAt tba 
glAdUton wotUd flifctand tall to tbair ftrooioaa •traiglaa 
mul wild baAvatt, Liowa, Tlgara and Hf«oM. , 

Gr*od Uomioand Laufhable Mnaanm, to oonclnde WitB tha 
machajoiajtnrr Brilliant Obaoga of Ooio-a. 



Dooti OpaaaAt T Commrnco At 8 P M. 



PRIOR* OF ADMIrtBIOV— Beloonr.and Orebeetre fia 

B1JM. Kamlljr B,»a,»».0i P.rqa»tta. (0 oaat". piaatt ma, lia 
ieanred at tba Mall fro- rfatard.r Jal F I9lh. bitw^an 10 A. M. 
and S P. M., wltbont aztra oharg e. 

Wedneiday. Matinw for Ladiei 4% Children 



PLATT'S HALL. 



Be-oponlogof PUtt'a Hall, after bavins beinoom- 
pleely ItenoT.tod and fitted up with rOBTY-flyE 
PBIVATB Boxes in Elegant Btyle. 



FAREWELL T0UR_ OF AMERICA. 
IKIzne. Anna Bishop 

....WKX GIVU.... 

Three Grand Concerts 

AT PLATT'S HALL, 

JULY 17th, 18tli& 19. 

ASSISTED BY 

MR. ALFRED WILKIE, 

E-sli.h T.oor. 
MR. L. O.'GOTTSOHALK, 

Emlnsnl Barri'OBe. 

MR. TRANK GILDER, 

Brilliaat Ameriuao FiAnlit 



Programmee 
THURSDAY EVENING JOLT 17 

■C l'art JVlralt. 

1 -I'lANO SOLO, Trineoriptloo. ' Miaerera," from "II 

TrOTAtora V*A»I 

Bflar. Frank Olldcr. 

8.-0AYATI1TA. "Ooma Into the Ga'din, Maod" BilaT 

Hr. Alfred VFllble. 
S — RECITATIVE.' Bi Aria," "Ah, Come Rapid*" from 

tba opera, "II Orodlato in JEggUto" Mj.y«iibmb 

IfA-ejAMtB ANNA. UIHUOP, 

*.— 0AVATIBI, Iotalloc'Eroinl" VEIB 1 

Mr. r.. *J. Ooltaehaalk. 

B —BALLAD, "Home. Sweat Hove" .BlOBOP 

MAOAMEANNA BISHOr. 

«.— ROMAWZA. "How So Pair," from "Martha" Flotoh 

Mr. Alfred WUklf 
1.— GRAND DUETTO. "Uaanlo 'Amoro." irom "L* Plirlr 

d* Amara" DoKmrrrri 

HHB. ANNA BKBOP and JL. 6. fiotuchaik. 



8. MABinT 
>Vllkle 



Part Second. 

. ma.a artrci ((A) Wootarn,,"BtlTaTSprin«"..'Vr.M.B01* 

1,-PLABO BOLO |J B )FiMtOrAnflOonoett Polka.. WalxuOB 

Mr, Fr«Dk Glider. 

A-DUBT, "So«i»t" 

M MLK. ANNA «WHOF end Mr, 

S. -BALLAD, "Ha*rtBop*d Down" Bat-» 

Mr. JL. «. Dotla-okalL.. 

A-BALLAD BuB0P 

Mktr. ANNA HllH«P. 

O.-S0NO. "M'Prottf Jaae" 

Mr. Afred WHUI*. 
♦9.-TH8 LAOOBIHO TAMO. '•TndMi* Vi»di qaA-.-^.j^^ 

MiEAIUMIWP. Mr. A'tVad "WllkL-e 



Festival arid Fair 

-or THE— 

BENEVOLENT 

PROTECTIVE ORDER 



—OF- 



SEALS, 

WILL BE HELD AT THE 

CITT GARDENS, 

'-ON- 

Sunday and Monday 



J-JJI^S" S20 cfc 21st. 

aj^MEMBEBS OF THE 

Dramatic, Musical end Equestrian 
Profession 

Dasiring to rolonleer their aem'ow, and parties wiab- 
ng to eontribate Prizes, please lend their communi- 
cations to 

A. W. BARK, G. 8. O. 8. 

AIUaLHsa atwaaa. Its Hubrllln. 
— OBTO— 

SHERIDAN CORBYN.C.S. 

■■ jt BA. .a. la.ia •• It ••» I aatew am* 



THI JOUXHAL OF ATSUSKXEWT*. 

PuWiel>ed rin Du 1b i ne Year by 
p. BOQARDU8 



*aa Msarehaat saad 58« Wubl«|tn at* 

Below Montgomery. Be* 7rr*cl»oo. 



TUESDAY JULY 15, 1873 



AHU8EMBNT8, Etc 



California Th#iir«, 

The public cf Su FraedJeo nmn ly erjoysd 
Mr. rJotbero's two wonderfully clever bits of c«r.- 

• »inrt— Lord Dncdreary and Sua. Ihsre were 
iob« bowcrir wbo anxieoaly looked forward 1o 
•••mc this talented ertUt- io a character which 
wooJd afford bits aa opportunity of proving taut 
hla sIhIbo oo tb« stags tu not only to make peo- 
ple laagb. Tboae who want last mgtt to ••• Mr 
Bethsro Io 'Datid Gartita,' wilh this idee wore 
theronshly aeltghted it Its b»me folly realtrsd 
Id Dasdrwur and Sam. artinic creations aaarj 
an't e*>atbey are, Mr. Sothrro SBems to hsve a 
eonaclouBu«as of tbe ireienoe of aa audienoe and 
oae knows tbat bo la trj. at to make taai aodian •• 
U3ft. In the character cf "David Gtrrtok" one 
entirely forgets Sot tiers ud thinks only of *>ir- 
riek wbo really steads before tana. Mr. Botbcra's 
ecunglast night, was fall of thai art which oon- 
oeala art— ins highest arL Toe drunken leene wu 
woodarfnlly carried oat, the audience wert Al- 
lowed to aae that Garrlck wu preletding to bl 
drunk, ersUadisg to admirably aa almost to de- 
•eiw, bet rot quite There wire shoot, of laagfc- 
terdunaglhiaeoene, but there were sassy lo the 

ouse wbo appreciated the deeper fee id c of the 
play, and whoie aynapatblee were fatly with the 
aofertunate geat emen boaod by hie promise to 
•44 a pert foreign to bl* natsr*\ for tbe purpoea 
•f di-gnaticg tbe woman whom be lorad. Tbe 
■a ieece last night, were perfectly oar led away 
by tbie scene, and afar bis exit. Mr. Sot barn waa 
twioe reca'Ud to receive their oOBgrataleiiooa. 
A ehermlsg bit of actios waa that in tbe aoene 
wnare Game* taking, ea be aappoees a laa* fan- 
well of bJl Iota , inaiaU on tbe daty of filial ebed- 
ienee ; id thia Mr. Sotbero provad kia power of 
aaerlnc other feelings beaidea tbit of merriment 
and drew appreciative apslaose. Miae Annie Gra- 
ham did some capital eotlcg la tbe character of 
Ada Ingot aod waa pattiontarly affective in tbe 
aaeae where abe aeeka Garriok ia bis bouse. Wal- 
ter Lemac playrd tbe pait of Simon Ingot iplec- 
idlyend b'ooght est every point to [artistic atyte. 
f, C. Williamaoa aa Squire Obevy preaeatad an 
ttdaairabletharecterlsetioa of the yonog English 
gestlimaa of tbe olden t'me. Bit real draok- 
ecnese waa aa macb tbe perfection of ailing as 
Waa the Bimolaled intoxication of Mr. Sothern 
and eontrastsd admirably with It, It was tbe 
dronkenessof a low, ooarae booby while Garriok 
though Terr drank was still a gentleman, a drank- 
•n gentleman. Mia. J ud»h who received a warm 
welcome en makiag ber appearance on the ttigs 
represented ibe vulgar city jlame. Mrs. Smith io 
tbe life, Mrs. C, B. Bannders waa very fanny aa 
part, little Hits Ararainta Brown the posts**, "d 
W. A. Meatayer preeented a capital bit of ebesse- 

ar acting aa tbe o stroma, BtaLteriag Mr. Jones. 
E. I* , Thayer aad Henry Ooad in their respective 
parte of Mr. Smith and Mr. Brownd d some good 
acting. Altogether tbe play of "David Garriok" 
waanoely performed last nigbt, and gave an iir- 
atease amsnotof pleasure to tbe large audience 
present, biati arj sagagad throngbonl tbe week 
and if Mr Sotbem'a engagagementa would pe:> 
mi: of it, we believe thia piece would ran well for 

two, cr three wsskt, we suppoee however. If there 

:iiay eaanoe of keepiog him bare another week. 

"ow American Covin" will h«T« to be revived 

espoose to tbe popular demand for some more 

dreary." 

Altaambr* Theatre, 

Las: night waa a gala nigbt at this popular tbea- 
t*e. Billy Maonlsg and Frank Moran sxcit«d roars 
of taoghtir by tbatraonge a d j?kes in the first 
part, and tbe oew fioale "Sobool" by tbem, «n5 
Bob Hart waa exceeding'* amueinf. Litt.e Mao 
rcce.vei a hearty welcosaeoa making his reappear- 
ance aad gained mnoh ap^laaae bath in bis oomio 
polka with Master James, and alao in "The Mia 
eblevoas Monkev.* Frank Moran was very good 
In "Laogbing Gaa" aid Billy Manning's great 

• a«3iklity of "OieXIgbt io a Barroom" in whteb 
k.9 appeared in bis original character of Snoozer, 
made the and :scce fairly scream wi b laoghter 
Bob Fraisr developed con- iderable Ulent in "The 
D/om Majcr" pioving that be poiaeeces mncb v«r- 

■ atihty. The aame bill will be played lo-aigat. 
Brlla ;Lnion. 

A very lively ttU will be preeented at this pio- 
neer variety theatre this evening. It will oom- 
[nee the very amuiing sketch of "Sally Ana. • 
with Miaa Jennie Johcson, Fred Ritchie and 
•there ia tbe tavt, tbe eereamiag borle qne of 

• Tbe Baid aguast tbe Mo'does." and many other 
amusing rerforaianf**. 

Borklr,', Varieties. 

The entertainment given at thi boaee is alwaj b 
lively and fail of fan. Thiseveolag Geo. O.Tbomp- 
eon will prassot the very saccaaafel act of "Old 
Black Joe ' with beautiful ubloaux; Motttmere 
will appear ia hit sketches; Uughsy Morton and 
otbeis In "Ireland is. Africa,' and ethers men- 
tioned on oar first page in varioui apaeUltios. 
Bar eoqao Opera. 

A pirty of esaatenreare rehearsing a bsrlsaqae 
version ef tbe opera of "The D;cu i of Alcantara," 
wnioh they iataod to produce atone of tbe balls 
ia San Fraaotaoo early in August. 
P. oft-ssor Yantk. 

Professor Vanek who ranks with the greatest 
migio-ni of Europe, and wbeso wonderful decapl- 
Ut on feat has startled and amaz-d all who have 
witnessed it will commence a season of five nights 
at Piatt's Hall oa Monday next. In ■ dditton to 
this performance there will be an exhibition of 
•yoloramio views, with object) In motion aad 
moonlight, firelight and sunlight eff acts. No sueh 
•nbtrtaiomeat has ever boon given in San Francia- 
coaod we doutt net that Profsaior Vanek ert 1 
draw immanae houses. 
B, P. O. Seats Festival and F*ir. 

A era d fe t vai acd fair will b j givtn by tbe Be- 
nevolent Protective Order of Seals, at the City Gar- 
dens, »n Sunday and Monday, Jaly Mth and 21. t. 
Thia order comprises aotsrs, mosiciaa*. dancers < 
Btngers, poeta. writers and many bright geniuaes 
iBO'hirprofoaaioua, and they will doubtless get 
ap oso of tbe beat euteitunmenta ever offered to 
tbe public, Measbera of tbe dramatic, moaloal 
and e Q ae,lria proteeMow. aeririug to wolonwer 
'er tnis oexos-oo, and pait-n aiding to offer 
prizes, eaa communiea'e with A W Bark G S 
' -I tbe Lodge IUo»a, m> Markrt airae*.; " 



Farewill Fentfit of Owen Barlow*. 
Ibe large number of volunteers wbo will appear 
at Mr. Marlowe'a benefit at tbe California Thea- 
tre to-merT.W afternoon, have rendered a 
cbaace of programme neceasary- la place of tbe 
Pa ace of Trutfe," tbe bill will consist of the de- 
lirhilul little comedy ol "Tbe Morning Call." an 
interlude la which nearly all tbe volunteers will 
appear, aad Sbakipeara'a corcedy of "Ealtanna 
aad Pstruohlo," with Mr. MoCoIloogb.Misa Bella 
Pateman avd Ur. Bobert Fatcman in the cat* 
The full programme appears on oar fir>t page, 
end (t is ooty aeoeeeary to Icok at li to be assured 
tiatMr. Marlowe will hats a fall house oo the 
occasion. 

Basaeflt to Sam Rlekow. 

On Friday next, S.m Rickey, wbo Is carlalnly 
the most amusing aad original Irish comedian oo 
tbe American steam, wtl) take bis farewsll bsnsSt 
at tbe Albambra Theatre, aad make bis last ap- 
pearance in Sao Fraacso. A splendid bill will 
be praa«otad and numeronaTolntaars will appear 
Kiekeybaswellearned.au] will bare a bnmpcr, 
benefit. 

Woodward's Gardens. 
The attendance oo Sunday was Immense. Tbe 

aquarium is still the centre \ot attraci:oo. Four- 
teen sec- lions disport tbemsolvee in tie 'Whale 
Pond. On Sunday next.M. Bnislay will make aa 
ascension is his new mammoth ba'looa, "Lc 
Gsant." 

Madame Anna Bishop's Concerts. 

Madame Auna Bishop, tne oaiversal favorite, is 
here on ber fourth and last visit tc California. 
Twenty years ago this delightful vocal) it sang in 
San Francisco, and on her eocceediag visits, de- 
lighted all aa much as on ber first. Five years ago 
one of tbe largest audiences aver brought to- 
gether in Piatt's Hill listened in breathless ai- 
laooe to Madame Anna Bishop's delicious render 
lug of "Heme, Sweat Home." Concert a will be 
tfven en Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings 
next, >t Plati'e Hall, by Madame Anna Bishop 
assisted by Alfred Vllkie. tbe English tenor, L' 
•, Gottechalk, baritone, .nod Frank Gilder, tbe 
talented Arnericaa pianist. 

The Baby Show. 

W« don't believe there Is any country in the 
world tbat can produce finer babies, prettier baa- 
lea er more loveab!* babies than California; yet 
California bas never yet had a baby show. It will 
take place at Pacific Hall, Thursday. Friday and 
Satorday. prizes will be given to the handsomest. 
tie plainest, the fattest, the thiaaeBt,tha prettiest 
blue-eyed, the prettiest dark-eyed, and to ether 
specimens of the babyraoe. Full particulars will 
appear in to-morrow's FlGfcEO. 



F»lio to fir**» •>*»»« Ose,**aem. 

At one dollar per dozeo at the People* Art 
Gallery, 84 Third street between 8teve&eos and 
mission street. a 

Crystal Sample Booms, 

Tbe Crystal, alWe to the waotfl of the com- 
munity, has Imported direct. 8ztwa.bj>'s cele- 
brated Scotch Whisky, whloh all true lovers 
of good Tquors will sample if tot**. Briody k 
Dunne, proprietorp, 535 Sacramento street, be- 
ween Montgomery and Sanseme. G-c 



The Very Finest 

Of imparted c gars eao be found at Fred. W. 
S" series, 311 Bush e reet. 1 



For Wagm Herdware. 

GotoR.F. Osborn A Oo's , Importers and deal- 
ers at TS1 Market Street. Bee advertisement, ta 



Fourth ( f July, 

Strangers. La lies st GentlemaD. before you 
leave 'be city, visit the Carpet fc Farnlture 
Emporium of JOHN 0. BELLuearly opposite 
the Grand Hotel on Market st. Alio folding 
Chairs, Camp Stools. Tha Weed Ca p t 
Sweeper, s the fineet ataoztmentg of Lace 
Curtains In the State. 6r. 



Five Hundred Men Wanted 

Immediately. To send tbelr waihlng to tbe 
rThat Cbeer Lsondry, .21 Leldesdorff St. * 



Pratt's Abolition Oil. 

Cures Lame Back and Paralysis. 



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Alexander xii© Groat, 

We bare alwayB believed In: nlB exUteiice 
his fame, aod hia exploitg in historic*?, (and- 
par conwquenoc, we tJeo believe In bla re- 
nowned steed Buoephalus) but we never eould 
have faith lot? it mythical, winged steed Pe 
gaaustlllthi other day, on the Cliff Hou:e 
road wi iaw ai«m go by on the'-wioge of the 
wind" and now, there Is no limit to our ore du- 
iirj in what honeJ eth can do, if the steeds are 
supplied by Crittenden & Dalton, Turf Gallery 
BUbles 209 Butter Street. 



Public Accommodation. 

Wishing left at tbe office before 8 a. u., can 
be returned in tbe evening if required; we 
never disappoint! What Cheer Lanndrf* 131 
Lfiioesdora* street. • 



Smokers Attention. 

A new invoice of fine Meridiaois, four »Ior fifty 
cents, at F. if. Scerls. Jii Bush stree t. I 



Poor, Near-ai^sated Amlmils. 

A short time iinoe a cat wai eeen tutting 
quietly at the door of an optician ia the Bue 
TrTAj&iis, wt»ringapslroi0p«cUcIe«. The 

cat's master explained that anima's were oa 
often ehort aigbted &e men, and loffared the 
same inoonvenlence from that infirmity 
* Many horses add be, "are afflicted in tbe 
same manner, and I bop* tha aptctccles, for 
which I hare taken out ■ p*tont, will hare a. 
grMtiuecaaa. Bat I do not atop there. We 
often observe fowla in poultry yards die sud- 
denly, (bough shortly before in ge:d con- 
dition. TLie is caused by 4 maUdy of tbe 
eye; ihey no longer see tbeir food, and suc- 
cumb from ioannitioD." And tbe ingenious 
artist showed ssreral miniature pairs of 
bine and white spectacles, snob as might 
be worn by dolls — eapposing them to need 
auob appendages. 



An A snlable Old Sotherner. 

The Savannah Advertiser ears: "An old 
lady selling eggs yesterday asked, as ia nsua', 
"What s the news?" "The lateii," said ttsj 
obliging clerk, "ia tbat the Yankees hive 
got tbe Hodoca." Tbe eld lady strnek her 
knockles on the counter and exclaimed, 
"I bope tbe last one of 'em wJl die of itl" 



Post Office Wisiowa. 

Tbat was a remarkably happy tbougbt of 
the Poet-office Department which guards 
against improper uses of tbe new postal 
cards. Tbe carriers are directed not to read 

what is written on tbe cards, unless it is 
scurrilous. 



Asa Lj. 'Weaugraxnehxi** 

" Ohigaro Beer Depot," 623 8acramanto street, 
between Montgomery and Kearny, Tbe oele 
brated ** Chicago Lager Beer," and the beat of 
liquors. Daily lnaoh, with lobster salad aod 
other delicacies, prepared by the epicurean 
George Bott. Beer, 10 cents. Regular Ger- 
man lunches, caviar, Swiss ebeeae and sand- 
wicD.ee, served to order. To lunch at Wauga- 
man's la the thing. 6- 



Or. Barlow J. Smlta 

Is giving a eouTS of Free Lectures to Gentle- 
men on Bexaal Physiology and Nervous Dis- 
eases at bis Hygelsn Hall, 637 California street, 
■very Friday evening, commencing at 73i o'clock. 
1 part of the evening la devoted to examining 
ud prescribing for patients.. Dr. Smith givea 
phrenological examinations In retard to health 
to Invalids daily, from 9 to 4 p m., free, w 



CJie Best Remedies, 
Dr. Ferry's Last Chance, for pain. Dr. Per. 
it's Webfoot Pills, for all bilious complaints 
or Bale by all druggists. Agency, 117 Sansome 
tract, oerner of Commercial. 



A New Invoice. 

Fine imported olrars. at Fred. W. Scerls, 31 

Bust afreet. i 

6»«d Clears. 

Seoi t. yoa always smoke coed otgars, what brand 
do yoa smoke, and wbere do you buy tbem ? 
JameB. I'll tell yoa. 1 * moke Fred's Choice, yea 
eun bay tbem at Fred. W. Scerl'r , 311 BoBb It- I 



McDowell, Stiow Card. Writer 

Beady made and made to order. Boom 10 , 

608 Market street, cor. Post and Montgomery u 



When to see Sothern you h>ve been, 

Befora yon take yonr homeward jonrney. 

At "Spiers and PoneV saloon drop in 
On S, W. corner Bosh and Hearny, 

Pure Liqacra there will win your thanks, 
Be i tore yon!— for you must be waary 

With laughing at the "quips and cranks'' 

Of "Brother Sam" and "Lord .Dundreary. 1 



Woman's Xtlfrlits. 

One would think that it was one of won:&n'e 
rlgnts to enjoy as good a dinner as a man, and 
pay the E&me price for It. Kearly all the res- 
taurants " for ladies and gentlemen" in San 
Francisco have poorer fare than those where 
gentlemen only dine. Theke ie an ixczpnoii. 
At the PiomcsB BxerauBAxr, on Warhlngion 
street, at the corner of Dunbar Alley, ladies can 
get an excellent breakfast, dinner orluncb, at 
a reasonable price. Henry Bocken, established 
since 1IM9, provides every luxury the matket 
a fiords. Both ladles and gentlemen And ther.- 
alehes to yieaee tne most emcurean taste. * 



D'int KeadThle, 

For If you do you will sprnd all of yonr 
money buying yonr family dress-good^, hos- 
ieries, table-cloibs, children's outfits, etc., at 
the cheapest and most fashionable place In the 
city. Friedlandcr A Oc's, No. 9 Third street 1 

Nucleus Building: s.n. 

• 

Geo. Hftae. i Co. 

The great Candy Emporium, 20 Kearny St , 
near Market. Ca. 



O. 



vritb Sbaridan Corbyu, G. B-, Boeaa 16, «39 Ws^n- 
inaion stre*t. Ibe lbt of volanteers for this si 
teirapp*. o oar first page. 

AjtATomcAL MDasTOM^-One of the most 

osaspiesa eolleottoaa of the kusd In tbe Daltod 
■tatoe, oomprising bundreda of oostty aad bean- 
•UuJ srax raodala, ts daily en view (to rexUemei 
anly) at ibe •!oasaja en Hontcojnery street Ak 



Good TTewei. 

My customers aod the public are notified 
that the openine of Montgomery Avenue will 
not necessitate my removal, but that I still 
ketp the largest, test assorted and cheapsat 
stock of men and boya clothing In the city 

Also great bargains In gent's fbmiehing goods 
trunks, vsllses, bats etc,. Call before pruchap- 
ng. H. Peyeer, 719 Montgomery street, grst 
store north of Washington eu 



Fmitana Confectionery. 

For toe very finest Fruit and Confectionery 
oo to C. Wier's Fmlt Bazaar, crrner of Stock, 
ton and Clay Streets.. Fine stock of clgan 
aad Tobacco. *5 V , 



9euxx Moore, 
Formerly of Buss House Carriage*, can be 
ound In front ef Coleman Bros, clothing ee- 
sblishmeat, southwest corner Bush and Mont- 
gomery sts., or Dexter Stables. Oarriace orders 
l.-tt at either place promptly attended to day 
er night, at reduced rates. pq 



Star Shirts etna Collars. 

ail Borts and sixes, for pale cheap, ai the 
What Cheer Laundry, 121 Leldesdorff st. • 

We get no business from Chinese, and we 
employ none to do our work, at the What Cheer 
Laundry Office, 121 Leldesdorff street. * 



Free ofDanger. 

Tbe latest sensation belos; worked np by Ike pa- 
pers is foooded en a report that a gentleman bo- 
came Inoculated with disease by smoking a cigar 
made by a Obioiman. Tboae who do not wiab to 
ran a aim ilar riak can avoid ft by purchasing tbeir 
olgarsof H- Sutliffat either of bis stores 333 and 
02 Kearny Street Mr. fiatl ff manages to sol] ci- 
gara made by white man as obaap as others sell 
Chinese entire. His sales are lanre and be is cob- 
tent with a email profit. Thoogb sixteen years in 
business he has never empleyed a Chinese cigar 
maker, from ooootention* ooovittiona, and never 
Intends ta do so. Now kt those wbo are in earnest 
In tbeir opposition to Chinese cheap labor prove it 
by giving tbeir patronage tsone who praotioally 
proves hiapriDclpla*, and at tbe same time avoid 
the fate cf tbe nnfortona'.e gentleman wbo amoked 
a cigar which had been bealobbered by as unheal thy 
biatheai ^ T 

W. B. Skellenbergcr, =2.' Montgomery Street, 
Beal E*tata, Faroljhed Bousea and Booms, 
Select Boarding plaoes, rents collected, Furni- 
ture bought and sold. Bu IneasopportBnitlea 



S.F. BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



Haslneas Colleges. 
Heald's, Bryant k 6 1 rat tons College, IA Poet street 

Butchers. 
Kats, Fred. Btalla H to 100. Oalifornia.Markst. 

Sen tuts. 
B, F. Pone, C MoBt«Tomerr Street, 

Xros* lay meat Offlce. 
Chinese Eraploymeut Co.— Pierce A Co., 627 Sao- 
rameoto street. 

French Faney Ooeiii, 
Loean st Oo., 19 Heotgomary, 107 and 109 Snttsw, 

Holr Jewelry. 
H. A, Callander, manufaoturer, 62 Second street 

Human II ill r. 
Sampson, A. B. A Oo., 110 Second street, 

Searcher of Keeords. 
O. V, Gillespie, 641 Wsshingtoa street. 

Silver Prise Drees Fitting. 
Mass. Brosse. No. 34 Third street. 

"Watches and Jewelry. 
BL A. Callender 62 Second street. 

VTIilteoert sand JPtaper lalsiBBrera. 
A.W. Wbetdeo, 122 Geary Btreet. 

Wlnea and Llqaort. (Wholesale.) 
Danen F. * Oo.. 50s Front 



ASSESSMENT ROLL OF 
SAN FRANCISCO. 
l873-'74. 

CLERK'S OFFICE, BOARD OF SUPEKTI- 
ao'B, San Francisco, Ju j 7. 1673 
Pablic notice is hereby givn, in accordance 
with Section No 3 651 of <be Political Code, tbat 
the Aasessment'Roli of tbe City ard Oonnty of 
San Francisco, for the fiscal year 1873-74, has been 
onmplBLed and delivered over tomeaa Olerk of the 
Board of SaotrviBorB. and will be open daily for 
fiixm: t -ion in this effite from 9 o'clock A. M. to 4 
o'clock P. M. . and that said Board of Supervisors 
met to examine the Ae-st semet t Boll and eqaalfee 
the asBeeement of propeitv en this MONDAY 
AF'i ERNOON, Ju y 7 to, 1673. at 2 o'clock, and will 
continue in Bestion from time to time antil the 
buBinesaof eqa'izstion presented to tbem is dl&- 

f>nsed of, hat not later than tbe '28th day of July 
873. 
All Applications for Correction of As- 

seasnaents are Repaired to be Veri- 
fied by Oath. 

Pablio not ce ia also brraby jeiTon, that in »«- 
eordorjoe wuh Seotiona 1897 and 1893 of the Po- 
litical Oisde. the Military Boll baa been comple- 
ted, delivered over to me. and is now open for ez- 
sniinetioo and correction as provided by law 
Extract From Political Code. 

Section 3627.— All property must be assessed at 
its foil oasb value. 

Section 1672. The Board of Supervisors of each 
connty meet meet on the first Monday In July 
in eaob year, to examine the assessment book ana 
equalize the aaBeosmaot of propeity la ibecouoty 
It mast ooLtiLoe in session for (hot purpose from 
time to time antil the baeinesB of eqailizition is 
disposed of, bnt not later than the fonrtii Mon- 
day In Jnly. ■* 

Beetion 3673.— The Board bas the power to de- 
termine all complaints In regard to the assessed 
value of property, and may (exo»pt as prohibited 
in this Title) correct soy valuation by adding or 
deducting such sum aB may be necessary te make 
it cocfoim mthe aotnal oasb value. 

Section 3674— No redaction must be made, in 
the va'nationof oroperty, unleaB tbe party uS"0- 
ted thereby or bis agent males and files witb the 
Boaid a written application therefor, verified by 
his oatb, showing tbe ficts upon which it is 
claimed eneb redaction Bboald be made. 

Section 5G7S. — Before tbs B j..rd graotB the ap- 
plication or makes any redaction applied for. It 
mast first examine, on oath, tbe persou or tbe 
aeent making tbe application touching tbe vane 
cf tbs property of each nerson. No redaction 
mast be made uolesa each person or the ag(nt 
making tbe appl cation attends and answers all 
questions pertinent to the irquiry. 

Section 3676— Upon tha h«<rlr.g of the appli- 
cation the Boaid may subfoeaa such witneeeee, 
hear and take such evidence in relstion to the 
subject pending as in its discretion it may deem 
proper. JNO. A. BU-*SELL, 

jy-9 td Cl*rk Board of Sapeiviaors. 



THE OLD 

Hot Sootcb, 

IS Morlcl Street. Bear Ktornr. 

All DrinJks Ten Cents 

Hot Drinks a Specialty. 

THE BEST TOi AIDJERRY IN TOWN. 

Always on file tbe New York Herald, Harper 1 ' 
Weekly, Frank Leslie's, Dap's Doings, Police Oa 
zette, all tke California papers, alao London 
Punch. Bell'bliife. Illustrated London News. Call 
and satisfy yourself. 

SOS- Don't forget the urn of tbe Hot Scotch. 

fe7 tf W. 8. WALDBON. Proprietor. 



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Af cer the Tneatr es are ovt 

Ton sheald not fall to go and try some excellent 
Eastern C am Ohowdsr at the Hot Scotch. 336 
Bush Street, their liquor* cannot be excelled, the 
•nly Saloon where a good Tom and Jerry or Hot 
Punches can be got, all drinks plain or fancy U 1 
cents, go there ones aad again yeu will go, x 



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What all Ladles are road of. 

Lallea sre fund of whatever is elegant and 
luxurious all the world over, aod nothing ap~ 
peale to strongly to their dominant passion In 
that respect as a bandaome (arrlsge, with aty- 
llfb appoint menta and spirited hcr«es. It is 
not to be wondered at, therefore, that a lady's 
envy ia excited at aeeing a mere wealthy mem. 
ber of her sex la a beautiful Clircnce, or other 
fashionable vehicle, with a prond, daehlug 
team. It is important to know that the Occi- 
dental Ca rlagee, wblch are fecondto none In 
elegance, may be need by any lady in the city 
at any hocr for any length of time ahe may 
desiTA This vlrtnally plac«B thoie who engage 
them on an equal footlxig ^jth the moat Xoitn- 
nate ol their sex. and social haimcny la there 
by established. Orders for these favorite car- 
riages may be left at the Occidental Hotel, or 
at Bouton h Son'e stables, N^. >016 Btockton 
street « 



DK. LEE CHUN GEE, 

CELEBRATED 

Cliixiese Physician. 

1017 DUPONT STREET, 

Between Pacific and Jackson Sts. 

Cures all disease. Moderate charges. j-13. 



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aas-Leeeona gireD on the Banjo and Drum. tV4S ■. 
MlSBIOIf 8TBEET, between First and Second. 



R. B.-Fine-toned 
aasiocel ■ alwan oa h 



yer Bote Banjos lor Pio- 



FREE AND EASY. 

KVKBX IATVXDAT HI8HT. 
Piano and Singing at 8 P.Bft* 



CHARING 



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SALOON 



Mfl Mission street, sear Second 
delO EAGLES k WILD, Proprietor 



MISS N. SCULLY.. 

LADIES' 

FASHIONABLE HAIR DRESSER 

Baa Re tco red to 
84 4 WASHINGTON ST., 
Four doors below Stockton stree) 
Hsirworb of all Descriptions made to order 
Charges moderate ! j9lllm_f 




MBS. EGGERT. CLAIRVOYANT, TBBT .J - 
and Trance Medium— Can beeonsulted # T -) 
m business or eickueaa daily, from 19 a. u. to «t>. 
S P. M. Spiritual Oirolee, Sunday, 'loesday and 

Friday eveDings.atS p. ai., at her residence, S*Mr 



Bar Sugar 

FOB SALS— SIS KBABITT STSBBT. AT 
HBBOEB'B. _ Aleo, .totj kind of OondiOf 
Wbolecale and Bo' IL 

»o7i) M. * 



Lyon's Portable 
KITCHEN FURNACE, 

TN ITS ECONOMY OF COAL AND STOVf. 
1 as a nerlect cooker, broiler, toaster, sua flat- 
iron beBter, is a necessity to every bousekeeper 
wbo wisheB to rare the etove and two-thirds M 
teefuelit coDaumes. It isobeap— fi 60. Oallsx« 
eeeit st work, st Stombs k Miller's, plnmbera. 
Efl£-fitters, tiD, copper an A stove store, opp osite * 
Maguire'a Opera Bouse, «"T Washington stress 
ISaAOeH. WABD, Agent of the P«iflo.Oooa£ . 
ahe trade snpplled. J° B la * 



SANGER HALLS 

(SIKGEB'S HALL,) 
14 ttEART 6T., WEAK KEARNY 



Jleiae but the Choicest Bs-ands ef Win* 

nail Idlqomra oa hssd, 

DEPOT WEYARD st SASCHt'S BAY BREWEFO 

falStf CHRIS FELDU ANN. 



PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE. 

vutenrriA cfxsr, netjjiaL 

THIS ELEGANT THEATRE HAS BEEF fie 
decorated, and eas be rented by tbe nigbt o 
by tbs w&ck. Burs aud traveling oomsanisi 
Ubaearry treated with on apn.ioat.on by latter 
JCJABT rss?£K. 
' II Manager aad solo Fmurjetsr 

23 Or ta ^l. 11. a€.C4 fijiLj 

' SSIsrSfj Wasbingtos aarast, naa Tit rt.c, 



Philadelphia Restaurant. 

OHAfl. y. BKRGOLD. FBOFBIaTTOB. 

THE OB010B8T MEATS APTD-f^^ 
Vegetables, Board by the weed, ■fli^k 
498 PINK STREET between Kearny >^y 9 ^ 
and Mpctt-nmerr- <tj»*'-£ irn iVJ w 



MILITARY COODS 

....asm. .. 

GOLD AND SILVER THEATRICAI 
TRIMMINGS, 

895 Montgomery .trtet, Kooao Mo 
■ mil T. BQDGEKo JOUBSOV. 



EDWARD PEEL & CO., 

0S5 nnd 6*7 TPaahlogton street. 



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AVE OPENED A COOKIRG ESTABLIBH- 



MOS AND SALOONS, on the mo:-t reseooable 
tetma. Lunches delivered <nany part of the city 
fr-ee of obarge. Tbe patronage of tbe taloona in 
tbe city ia respectfully solicited. jn73m 

Ladies Vlsaltlnjg Cards. 

Written, engravtd or printed by Josh P. 
Dwtsb, 126 Sutter street, opposite Lick Bousd, 
and at the Grand Hotel. H. B.— HAirDrs»- 
OBrjiFe kxaIXt bubtod. PEKaLuraBiP of eretT 
desoriptiou to order, • j 



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FURIISHED R00IS|« 
110 to »M pir MenU 

WEST ~3» HOTEL 



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THE GREAT BABY SHOW 

AT PACIFIC HAM. 

■Btaiee* «-«• 

nm ntfc. wa u< ista 

GARDEN and PARLOR. 



CALIFORNIA THHATBH. 







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DAVID GARRIC.K 

OH* I,<,«I.Ma CUM ■ If .1 •»•! «»»> 

A* represented by him for over 400 Nights at the Royal Hnvmar- 

ket Theatre, London, and for 96 conaecutive Nights 

at Waltack'a Theatre, New Tork. 

Ta» €»■»«, arm •» H*»" ' »'** UtaW >»a BaaMllfAl liwn, Ceatrea. uM, Dr«ul Ar,e*»ta«.t> .exl 



.imnn-no* or auauiw: 




Aaoaal To Sis Iluatfrrd Dollar*. 
tbi rants wm. rr awau>bd to tbi 

FATTEST BABY, 
THINEST BABY. 
PLAINEST BiBY, 

HANDSOMEST BABY, 
BEST DRESSED BABY 



TW LawMiM. rrt.r Ik. I iW I I #«!.« Ik* lul.i. 

VM uJ Ih«. «i. MM «iu«. ... Ih^mi bh- 

■TwA m PulIlK B.BKM. OklkCrAa •llflkb frsAa m 
WM.IA to (km r«an »M. 



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MM Uil IA »WUT ,owr e all lr». tarfc*. TBir.4 tr .t, b . 

miw p. o. i*oi. m*A . i ,<* win can opri rev. 



DAVID OBKTUCbT. 

mr •■■«• i.nor 

■ I1FTT 
MR MI'll 
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MIU ADA IBBB1 
MB*. SMITH 
■DM ARMUTTA BROW!" 



MR. SOTHERN 

WAI.IIR LIUK 

J KlLUAMSOIf 

« If. Til AVAR 

merry OOAD 

WAHUIAIUI 

tlin R1KRY 

.... J ». LORD 

. MIU A.WRIR ..RAH AM 

»< JUOAII 

....HBS.ORSAITRDKR* 



=iiod, rz-skia. 

Acts I and II-- APARTMENT IN MR. INGOTS HOUSE. 

Act III— LIBRARY IN CARRICK'S HOUSE 



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C.A.r lb* direction of KB. CHAR. SGHtTLTZ, will perform tb. following ■•Icetlooi of Mttalc: 

oriRTr»i-«r«» a t m...,_ aubkh 

RRLBQlloRS FROM MARTHA - F> IITOW 

«L «IOK HACKS <J. 8HULTZ 



PAtordAy Aitfrooorj, July 19th at 2 o'clock 



"DAVID GARRICK" MATIKEE. 



-Dtnlimllu^OnkMn BIS* BaIomi, 

Beaa»-T,< a«.l«— BaJMW T« I;""""-,- 

Dtm. Utrcl. Adoa.aa,too SI •• Prl,»A. Bw... 



CALIFORNIA THEATRE 

FAREWELL BENEFIT 

or 

Owen Marlowe 



Tfce t->rreta.aa~ « i 

VlUt IWtwtfW Oeeardy .f 

MORNING CALL 

■l« r.M AMD ARI.MT IIWRW MAMt.n W B 
■ Ma i mi UIBTBRl MIBBIR •» ILTH 

AlUf wttok 

-«V GRAND O aj I O . 

IB WAlCt. !!• follOWlM fao.1 of V0laU.la*.» • UI 

■rw«Af. 

SCENES FFOM "ROMEO AND JULIET!" 

mm ( ritAME i.< 

Be men i >>a Il*nry 

Bea * iii * Uombx 

■ w ^^RWViTi.n.M^t«^JE 

REGITATIOM. "ll-ir 7 w.n miwi. ■ M'C < ACKER iUNtUITB 

•Al IE DEVI M'llE ClUCAIN AN9MMI. BUIILAT 

C. MIC I0M, 'Thar. Wb*n tow 11.1. th. Ml. lei., • 

«H»I. NHL 

IIRIOCOKIC IWO Mill Mlllll IACIETT 

RECITATION. ■■AUj MnloooA ITEPNE* MATIIU 

«W tow AND DANCt STANLEY lltTIIS 

FANEWEll aODKEII iO.IhIcaI) DANIIL OXQNNELL 

RECITATION, 'BBM* .»'. RIJ. W. ». MEiTllM 

RECITATION, •SAhw.W.F-i Bid, j. C. WIILIAMION 

"HUE ANI THE QIUT.-'o'lliolA.Mlm.Aii.l r« w.ll 
.... J . JJ .......^ L .... : ....... DWIW MAllOVyt 

Tb« wtiol* lo woaclod* with SAaAipaatw'i ilorioRAV 

Oonwdy of 

KATHARINE AND PETRUCHIO 

PMn-M" John McOn)lPD«b 

Ksibrrlts Hits B>lts r.tir.An 

Uot.rt«B* of HMtgrr of hbial'i Opera Hooae. 

B»p1l.lO * Fnrk B.a. 

Urumlo Robs-rt PatrmiRtl 

UoarUirof MftDtutrrof Phiel'i Optra He Dee. 

HortoBBio Mr. BetBiOr* 

BlODrfrllO E. J. Dnckley 

Mailc Kuttr N. LoBg 

Tiler Obas. Henry 

Bftksr R. J. Fr*Htot> 

Cook I WobbAb> 

Pndo Mr, Maehlm 

Blaura „ Ml. a B'snUy 

lfn.O«rt.k> a ""-■_•!• ■•_•■ •■ ■ • ■ •_• M "- rn«ikB*«v 

OwlM to Ihp latriElh of lae Proiranaip, no cicorti 
Will be tnUen. 

Adsnisalon 91 OO 

R*a»»r.-T>ii SfUln.... 51> 

Boi Offlos epao at the Tfaeaire on Monday. 10 o'clock, a. ht. 



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CALIFORNIA INVENTION. 



-FOB— 

SEWING MACHINES, 

DENTISTS MO JEWELLERS' LATHES, 

TMU lOTiDtlon cab b* applied to the opsrtvlsg 

or all klods of towltiK MaobtDM, J>D(iitt 

udJiwAllmUtb*! Iu atmpllclty is 

onjj iQos'.sd tj He doraoilHj, 

tt BTold* tb* D*e of lb*> IreaAt}- 

1*, wblcb !■ on jtrvfJai 

sad Icjarloos. 

SaTApplIOMloD mads bj the AgsnU for lbs 
Psotflc Ocset. 

SAWYER Ml WHEDOH, 

033 Washlngtoa. Ntroof. 




AZTEC N PINOLE, 

MADE PHOM PARCHED CORN, 

OOOD 

Ab b> r*f2Sil»r article) of food. 
As m <1lf>t for d> Hpnpllca, 

| At a food for child i en, 
j Ab a rcRfnlAtor of tb» bowels. 
Asa thlvkenlnB? t r .oaps. 
For breadlns* catlrta and flxb, 
For the n*+ of miners. 
For tbe ate of proaptjetors, 
For the n a» of hnnt* rs, 
for the nse of canifx-rK, 
For the use of ptcn Ickera, 
For the nse of everybody. 

A col. select luoob. aJvejra teedy at a 



Aak Tear «roe«r far It, 

Retail irooen aoppltsd by sor whoIeaeJeer or 
by the 

AZTEC COMPANY, 

• IS •acrameatoBtreet, Has Fraaclsea, 

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McDAHIEL'S THEATRE 

CRITHW, VAYOMINU. 

THREE GOOD VARIETY WOMEN 

■BTaUbI idIdi <Mt will aad It to ih.ir aiI.u- 

IA|W MfOX lAATllt OAllfOialA to 00rt..A0Od with 

J. KcDAXIEr., 
Tfl lew* Bw Bo. 1, Ci.I.c.., WiomIoa. 



Tahoe 
Billiard Hall 

CHAM. L, STOXF. Proprietor. 

No. 4 I 7 Kearny Street, 

Bateeaa CsHfcrals sad Ptos. 
Thia eleraat reiorv baa lately been eolarsyd. snd 
•e» contain ■ > di« B«Tf] tablea. The btai I. qaora 
and * ia-a-* at ibe B*r. Plea laree floeiy furniabed 
rormi, for et' be acd priVAta pattiea onlbelrien 
iirai and rales. i-7-Sai 



THE CUFF HOUSE! 

ROARING OCEim~SURGIr!G BREAKERS 
FOAMING SERF, MONSTER SEA L ONS- 

Appetizing Breakfasts, Lunches. 
Dinners and E uppers. 

BRING YOUR WIP K I 

URIt>«. YOUR FAMILY! 

BRING YOUR jLAUY PRIENDB 

Andenio? a Tina of the fln*«t OOEAK PANO- 

IaAA IN THE WORLD, all In light of 

the Wbrld-isnoaaad 

Golden Gate. 

With sflfst of ab te meassng.rA souring from 
erery part of 1 1 • commareial world. 

SVHow Line Bane*. ooDneetlng with Hlrret 
Osra St Lone Moantrio tv. ry IS miaatei her* alter 
for the Cliff Boms Jj 1-tf 



OPERA HOUSE, 

SA.1^ JOSS. 

Title theatre will be leaned oo liberal tennafor alx 
montba or by tbayear so an noerleooed miDuer, 
boilDSBS requtrlnc my absence from Han Joss. The 
boaascsonowbs rented by the night or w**k on 
low term i. 

aS1T.J 7I.VO CAPACITY 1,200. 
O, BROHAIKA, Praprletor, 
BAH JOBU 



Liverpool and Great Western 

Steamship Company, 

CARRYING (THE U. I. MAIL. 

TIGKETS SOLLMO AND FROM 

T 1VRRPOOL, QUKBNBTOWN.^^naa, 
J - i l«ndoivdstTy,Hsabiirtb.BnmeB,2UiBi>. 
Havre, Parla, Sweden, Relclam, Norway and all 
European oltlea, 

TbiiOoanpaay has errs rj«e men t* with tbs Oom- 
mUtioperof Emigration sad Railroad Oompaalss 
at New York, by wblcb peeeeni era are promptly 
forwarded to tbs Pacifla Ooati. 

For par lloolan apply to 

D. a. JAOEIOV, A r^nt, 

mvaD 1m S8S Mowlgoasery street. 



HARRY MYERS, 

At.Dt for HltoblD*. A Or.,'. B«h.ol R.tohBl, 
lor onm »tW UUIA. Mill OAll .t rwid.oo. 
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^p rtiree Brreat and Chronic Dleenaea of 
EYE, EAR, 1HROAT. 07*00 and HEART-Oatarrb, Deaf 
neai.Dlaoharcaa from tbs Kaie. Weak or It flamed Ky*", Oonuh 
Debility, KpifjiT. Nenraima, RoSu -' 1 «rti, Dyapepaia, Pile 
Scrofoia, Dropey, et«. 

L>nd1re married rr ■irtjte, moin' i ■ -* , # afo onre of 
IrreROlartttee, Pain, Suppr.E'iOr weiku > roiapans, etc., 

Sterility, Ovarian and other Diieaseg >. jicdied. AVOID 
DRUOH. 

Caacert, Tumors. Wena aod Marks ekilif ally removed. 

•*- All Uonfldenttal Uaaaa Faithfully Attonded. 

Yoafhe I'm I Men, no matter what thai 're read or doo- 

>red, can rely on acre remedy of deformity, debility, or dts 
«Ses wos'Idr on body and mind No quackery ordeoeption. 
Real maana known for rapid, raay oare (aTOidinn daoser, euf< 
feriog, expoBnraor loss of time) of obstinata and epecial 'ii- 
lasaa witboit meroory, poitooa or naneeons druga. Complete 
core (where all otnerafail) of worst oaaee and any eymi-tomt 
left from bad treatment or oegleoL -era 

Free C'oniinltotione. All Mediolnee, etc., forniabsd. 

Call, or write yonr oaaa. Addreie, N. J. a I KIN. M. TV, 

BaT* OfBoe, d>0* Kearny itraat, N. E. Corner of California 
street, ban Francisco, Oaf. je8" 



BIGrHTY 
Single Outside Rooms, 

- ■ WITH 

No. 1 Spring Beds and Hair Mattrassefl, 

AT TOE 

BRANCH HOUSE, 

.•4 SAMioue NranEr, cm. cut, 

AT 

IMffy Cents per KTlslit, 
Audi l-iess by the W«ek, 

OPEN 



Apr- 'lb 



L. J. BWSLt, Proprietor. 



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....KTKRT... 

Saturday J^-voiiiiic, 

AT SIGHT O'CLOCK. 

AT THE OLD ORIOITfAL. 
RED L1UN.10. 0.ar, ,U«.t h 
whera jon 0»n h»,. HOT AND 
UOLD DKlNKSof t*i. vir/hwl 
qo.llt,. Tb. "(lid Hport" I. »u 
w«;,ODb.od. Droinn 
DAVK MKNDKS. Proprl.Urr. 



.ltteutiffii, ^ood Livers! 

MB. f>. ERRORS. FORMERLY 
oropri.tor of I It. HiD.r.' R.^ 

t««r.»t. baa taken tha m.nAA.m.at 
ol botb tb. Minora' R.e. Aar.at 0... 
Uommerclal street And tb. MlDATS'A-- 
BrAaob on Market atre.t. In p.rto.rabtp with Aua, 
A. DRAYKUR, wbo hu b*.D ooon.oted wtU. lb. 
arm tor year.. ImproT.ii.DtA bar. been made m 
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PIONEER SHOE MANUFACTORY 




THE IMOST ELEOAHT OTJSTOM WORK IR TUB 01TV 



Boors Sc Maynard, : 

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tbs 2tt yearaof JU proaperlty. Oor Bill" of 1 , 
•mb-")e all tba dslloaotaa of tbs Beaaon. Oa> 
motto is ."Good Vara, Good Cooking and Modsraia 

P. HEBOKI A OO. 

MINERS' RESTAURANT, 

Htl aod aaal Oommersial, a»*l _■ 
T«» Market a treat. 
Ooen rom S A.M. to 10 r.tc saSl )m 



CALIFORNIA AND NEVADA 
VOLUNTEERS, 

HONORABLY DISCHARGED FOR ART i\ 
cause, at Drum Barraoks, or any other JX 
place over 3U0 milua from place of enlistmem |M 
are entit'od to additional Travol Pay. f ,i 

Apply to, I 

J. R, ROBINSON. Uf 

je-lS-lm etiO Montgomery A treat hHSi 



Parisian House. 

8AM 11AFAJEL, 
ONE BLOCK FROHTHE BAILROAIV 



L. THORIN, Proprietor. 

FURNISHED ROOMS 

....AND..., 

m estaurante. 

Flrat Qnullty of Wines, LUi- 
aora and Clgara. 

BOARDER* TAKING BY WEEK Of MOHTfi 
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H0TICE TO THEPUBLICw 

-THK— 

Deknonico Restaurant 

Has lately changed faande and la now norter tbs> 

< fitoiantmauagoiiAOut uf Mitoooll. FreiUr A Brw » 
wbo bi thsir grmit experlanos la U)> Oa'drina lioa 
aro bringing bauk ttm former popularitr of tbia- 
reatanraot Glra th«m a eallandD-ore it you self 
inroediBoas AJo-nt3.)gl'bi. .U BOW a Br., a..-*^. 
Restaurant. WlA-lan. 



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THE JOUaHAL 6F AHUBEMKHM. 

FubUaaad ewr £>»» >n the **•*' ** 
E>- B O G A-K X> XT S 

XT 

6M M«4re*a»l saaa. Sa-S W«AUit«i SU 

Below Mo=.t#Tomery. &*a KTaneisoo. 



TCE3D.A.X 



JULY 15. aA73 



The Dead-Head Ia*.Q*r_cU 

Profs tar Loarell ists that most men are 
not wiihaat an *mi*ble wiiUngaes* 1 1 assist 
e-. ftnr spectacle or enurtaiamaat (Ioci.1t 
so-called, for which no f** is charged ftt 
the door. If special rickata are s*bi ni, 
toother element of plevnre is adds*, in a 
sense of priTileysand pre-eminence pltii- 
bly scarce in a demecnc.f > M deeply rooted 
i n haman natare that I hare teen people take 
a strange s it tract on in being near of kin to 
ihema'e chief personage in a funeral. It 
s/iyo them a moment's advantage over the 
rest of as whoee grief was rated at a lower 
place in the procession. Burn e words "ad- 
mission free" at the bottom of a handbil'. 
though holding oat no bait of iaeqaalitj, 
hare yet a Biogolar charm for many minds, 
especially in the coantry. There ia tome- 
thing touohlng in the oiasiaocy with wtiioh 
men attend U*s lectares, and in tLs hones'- 
pausncr with which they listen to toem. He 
who pays may yawn or shift tastily in his 
seat, or even go out with with an awful re- 
TsrberatiOD of ctitiCaSa. for be rut bougi-t 
the right to do any or a 1 of th.ie and pud 
fjr it Bui gratuitous bearers are 
acBfltbeiized to .nffering by a sense of 
■sirtoe. They are performing perbaps 
the noblest, as it ia one of tLs 
most difficult, of human facetious in 
getting something (no matter how small) 
for nothing. They are net pestered by the 
awfal daty of securing their money's worth. 
Tney are wasting time, to do which elegant- 
ly and withoat lassitude is the bigLe.t 
achievement of civilization, if they are 
•eaeitsd, it is, at worst, only of a sapetfloae 
hour which was rotting on their hand*. Mot 
only it mere amusement made mere piquant 
bat instruction more palatable, by this oni- 
verttlly relished taaos of grataity. Aad if 
the philosophic observer finds an obje:t of 
agreeable contamplation in the audiet.ee, aa 
they listen to a discourse en the probability 
•f making missionaries go down teller with 
the Fiji Islanders by bslincing the hymn- 
book in one pocket wi:h a bottle of Woic«s_ 
tershire in the other, or to a plea for arming 
the female gorilla with the ballot, and ad- 
mires ths wise economy of natare who thus 
■c jntrives an ampla field of boaeet labor for 
her bore*. Even when the insidious hal is 
p -tsed round after one of these e^tnmosjn 
ary feasts the relish it but heightened by 
ooo*e.eatious refusal tj disturb the satisfac- 
tion's completeness with the relUs of a sin- 
g e eantribat^ry penny. 



Home Barberiim. 

The D&nbory Sews man gives the fol- 
lowing deecription ef hair-citting at home : 
Ton can always tell a boy whose mother 
cuts his hair. Kot btcsoss the edge* of it 
look as if it had been chewed off by an ab- 
sent-m\pcW boras, but yoa tdl it by the 
way h? atone oa the "tract, and wriggles his 
shoulders. Was a a fond motberhai to cat 
her boy's hair, she is careful to guard 
against any annoyance and mass *•?" laying 
asbeetontheearpst. It has never yet <e- 
eutrad to her to sit Lim over a bar., fl-ox, 
and pat the sheet around his neck. Then 
she draw the freat hair over hii eTM * n<1 
leivei it there while she en's that wbioh 
is at the back. Tac hair whioa lies over the 
eyee appears to be surcharged with electric 
needles, and that which is silently dropping 
down nnder his ehirt band appears to be on 
Are. Bhe has uuoontcionsly continued to 
(nth his head forward until bis nose pres.es 
his breast, and is too busily engaged to ne' 
r.ci the snuffling sonnd that is becoming 
alarmingly frequent. Ia the meantime La 
is seized with an irresistible desire tj blow 
his nose, bnt recollects thai his handker- 
chief is in the oihsr room. Then a fly 
lights on his nose, and does it so unexpect-; 
eJly tbat be involuntarily dodges, and catch- 
es tLe points of the Shears ia his left ear. 
A.! this he ommencss so cry and wish he 
was a man. Bat bis mother doesn't not ee 
him. She merely hits him on the other eir, 
to inspire him with confidence, and goes on 
with the work, When she U through the 
holds hit jacket collar back from his neck, 
and with her mouth blows the short bits of 
hiirfrom the top of his head dowo his back. 
Hecdliher atteition t> this fact, bat eho 
lo>ks for a new place on his head and hi s 
him there, and asks him why he didn't use 
h s hsnd kerchief. Then be takes his awf al- 
ly d sfigured te.dto the mirror and looa>|tt 
it, and, young as he i J , shudders as he thinks 
what the dots on the street will eav. 



Pratt's Abolition Oil 

Corse Stiff Joints, Sprains and Bruise*. S-l 



Presh and Sweet. 

For aha bast oociecoonery. jn to Canty and 
WaCD«r*s. 107 Meatfionaery St. near Satte*. a 



Restorative 

This Fswesr Bur pass*, any thins CTtroflsted to 
taePaslir. forthsCrrosnc of ths Hair. We Geur- 
aotae toil Powder to Bettore H»ir ta auj Bi!d 
Head, were tie roots are dot de.trsy-d It pre- 
tibU the Hair Irjm stlHWl, ml. and Reatir^e It te 
it or.-.rii C ilor, in a lot r a- time tban aay other 
t rapersUcn. Ooe trial will coorioce row that tbia 
iasahnaibsf:, aa ala-f* Ddinber of people ia C»t- 
Koraie wiil teatitr. For Shim poo mi j. it ia the 
b ai aed cheapest artiele that eu b* oaeo. Prioe 
ilMaUlS)!. For 8»le >-. -aarlr arery Dm^jisi 
ia the United St*t»«; and »< asleealedaad Betiilad 
bj 0. F. aieharla k 00-. Drogciaa Oor. Olar aad 
Sauonie Si.. 30 anna Sr. b.-t PaweU 4 M»eon. 
San Frisatsc). 14 



Bemoval, 

6amuel Swift has removed Iron: 116 to 113 
Poet street. Sawing mtctd&es rented and re. 
neired as usual, and sold cheaper than ever, z 



In stromas, round the other night, 

To look at Triaco by g%» light, 

tw oarelaea teat, by chance did stray 

Te where a fountain's ceaseless plaj 

Ol aparkllnx waters, nude a seseea 

Throu<£h which a sweet bosquet was aeen ; 
While motrj atooe and pearl? shell, 

O'er which the waAesuettly fell. 

Hade that wlnoow n«m to be 

aaoaoa tea? grotto of theswa. 
awep." said say friand, "let" a go in hert— 

It loors so nice— end try their cheer." 

"All right,- I said, "1 must asjiee 

That this piece suits aae to a 'TV* 

So sooner had we found a seat 

Than at out tide a waiter neat 

Made his appearance, asked our wish— 

■atld they bad almost any dish 

That are mi#nt naaaa. We found It true. 

.aad wofcad w aaaea jfceefla; toa; 

JlU khads ef oysters, Juicy, fat, 
Ooored every atyle; Just think of that. 
And if year mouth don't wexer, then 
You're different frosn other men. 
They'd clam a and orabe and terrapins ; 
In fact, wa found they had within 
That cos? place aU klndaof game, 
Flab, fleer, or fowl which we acrid name. 
While every dish was, I em sore. 
Prepared to tempt an epicure. 
The ladles, too, hare trend, 'nrould aeem. 
That ther bare here the beet ice cream- 
8o here they flock, the little ainnera. 
To get what they cell "soUi nice dinners." 
WaoeTer doubta thi» Vet him ruah 
To three ksmdred thiny-eeren Buah, 
a\nd there this truth he'll rind made phdn: 
Who goes there once will go aaein. 

": Oyster House. SSTBsah street, ahrve 

; open Pay and aTtchU 

CHAKLS8 HAAia, Proprietor. 



A great variety of Ties and Bows, all styles. 
Just received at the What Cheer Laundry, 131 

Leidaaderfl atre et. • 

* Cnxm oiAjfT. — SLadazae utara Antonla, the 
Olairvorant PhyBidatt and Independent Trance 
Medium. 333 Eeaniy street, bet. Buah and Pine. 
CoosulUTiant In English, French and German. 



Ttie PTe>-w Tork Photograph 
OsaUeartr 

2To. 2* Third 8 raet, ii again open, with lar 
ger lights, more room, and all ths latest im 
provements in InstrumentB. Cabinet Bem- 
braodts only >t per dozen; Carl Ee mem brants 
from $2 to *3 per dczeo. Ho Oniaamen employ 
ed. B. F. HOWLASD 7a 



Trie Montgomory Avenue 
Tailoring; dying carad Clean- 
ing Estab.lshmjnt. 
Ko ldiii Siocaton Street, apposite Union Square. 
Ladies and geotlemena clotninf of ererj desenp- 
tlon, cleaned, dyed, prassal. atairad. and repaired 
in the beat manner, at prioes to soit the terms— 
wdtt-o orders promptlr attended to. S. Grar. 

IS 

The Last New Sons;. 

Air— "Mid at Casvtdtw,'' 
Emerson Oorville is my name. 
My business always is the same; 
Eastern Oysters, SDd Fancy Boast, 
Relithee these, that my honse can boasi. 
Safely these Bivalves to all I show, 
Oh! high oh: OhI high oh! 
None who hare been but again will go. 
Corville fays so! says sol 
On Fine Street, at So. 110, 
Remember the number aad call again. 
Visions of Shell- a sh in every style, 
Inwardly cause you much to smile. 
Ijadles with escorts there always go, 
Ladies gal Ladles gol 
Emerson OorvUVe'a polite! and so 
3-1 Thaygol they gol they go r 

Bound Not to be Beat, 

Is G. Bwrkhardt's motto. Fine French Calf 
Boots made to crder irtm S8 ic $10. A good 
and satisfaction guaranteed. Ceil at 540 Wash- 
cgton street and be convinced. A full assort- 
ment of neatly-made goods always en hand, at 
prices to salt everyone's puree. tni 



Sam Pre.neUco Jevrelry Manufactory. 

D. W. Laird, 610 stsrchaat street. Diamond 
Setting. Enameling. All hinds of repairing 
dene. Jewelry tor sale- ^ 

.."--r. a>Otia>art;>/ 

Has devoted his study more pertleularry to 
ohrocic end speclfle practtoa, tad aa snch it 
now the nv' roooeasful of any Fhysletaa in 
flan Frax s. Office 619 Sacramento street, 
comer of Talflee d n ra , a lew doors caiow What 

1 



Everybody SulteXU 

There Is no end to the multitude of fashions 
tn hate. A3 " Tan" Eat Store. MT Washington 
street {second hat store below Kearny), all these 
nrw styles can be found. The stock is immense 
—the prices are reasccahle, Every one who 
goes there is sure te be suited. a 

CT- 

Polaion Oak. 

It ia now caserallr known that the act ts pned- 
ple te which the effaeu of POIdOr? OiK are dee 
is s vioUttla acid celled by obasaiste soxioodaedric- 
sc-ti. It ia, bowerar, not so wall known that DICK- 
EY'S OBEafB DB LIS u not only the beat arsiU 
able prereatitira, bat will alao.by iti nestralirar. 
and soothing QoaUtisa, greatly reliere all dis tt aa a 
iogsynaatosaa. 



A. Plcsasnt L-ocation. 

Persons desiring comfortable lodgings in a 
Central location, shoulc visit the Alhambra, 
sad inspect ths fine suites of rooms to let then 
Tae buUdattst is s very t 
lighted and wra tils ted. 



aa J ir well 



Dental Work. 

Fos. nw»r QpjLtTT or wobk, go to T. O. Jos- 
rap, denutt, oor. Suttet tod Montgomery, over 
Tacker*a. 3-D 



T*az Bosicbdc:a>'3 were a set of philosophers 
who floarnhod la Oenaany doriog the Seveu- 
teaetfa Oaotnry eedprewoa'elprof.ioti'l reeearcta- 
as into netoral science to dicoover the Elixir of 
Ufa. They ware impressed srith ths propet ties of 
herbal praparstiona. sad foond dynamic sod psy- 
cholotio torca in the exuaot of oertaip plant t. 
PIPIFA2 is doe U their reaesrobas. It is made 
from twenty different berbs, tethered wbei their 
joicesare etrooteat, fornucf a ooeabloation oan- 
raled in the materia midlca. PIPIFAX sseista 
K Bd fort 6 as natare. It dr. res to the extreme 
parts, and t broagb tbe pores of the skin all emanc ■ 
torieeot the body, tbe bad bomora which moitat 
it. fifing relief area in disease th > most refractory 
end dffioalt tocare, encb as sfeve.eaorelcia, and 
many cocDplsintsbsriog their origin in tbs brain 
The iauoeaoe it has oa the ermpathatic and 
pnsuseofSJtnc aerre* is rery sarprising . If an 
aoge abid patient tri*»PlP IFAX bs.witl be aston- 
ished at the relief it wiil bring to his weakened 

nerves" ^ is" 

The Wliite House. 

The White Hou^e Is thronged ©very afternoon 
with ladies, thexosj >riry of whom nave come 
from a dlstanoe aad con»*quentiy must need 
Borne refrcBhmentt. Di these ladies know that 
directly eppaeite the White House is the Whits 
Hou ■ BisTiTjaAKT T_i6 Eeitauraat has just 
been re-fi:t&asn^ enlarged by Mr. Meyers, the 
proprietor, with a special view to the comfort 
of ladles. Be has taken great care to keep It 
select, anft tne refreahmente ars nraUdaes. *C w 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



PETER FEKSANDUZ PETER AGUIRRE 

FERNANDEZ & AGUIRRE, 
Fashloaabl e 

^HATTERS, 

No. 329 Kearny Street, 

Bat Bush and Pins, 5AK PK AMOISOO 

Bats Made to Ord-r and Bsoorated, 
j>T-lm 



PICNICS, EXCURSIONS. ETC. 



DIVIDEND NOTICES. 



DIVIDEND NOTICE 

£ an Francisco Savings Union, 

No. 533 California Street, 

Corner o«Webl» 
FOB THE 3AI.F TEAR CKDENG WITH 

90th of June, 1873, a di rid end has been d iclared at 
the rite of nine and eir troths {9 6 10' per en per 
snoomosterm deposits, and sight (S) per cent. 
per snnaon on oid inary deposit- 1 , free ol Federal 
Tar, payable on aod alter 14tn of Jaly 373 

Br order. LOVELL WUIfE, 
)rl-3w Cashier 



DIVIDEND NOTICE 

German Saving and Loan Society. 

The Board o! Directors bare deo'.arel tbe divi- 
dend on daposti far the first half jear t873, ending 
this dAt-: On Teres Deposit', at tbe rats of nine 
aod six tact a percent f 9 6-10> per anoDm; on ordi- 
narr deposits at the rata of eight per cent (8> per 
annam, free of Federal Tax, payable on aad a'ter 
Jolyl5. Ban Fr^ooisoo.Jnot 30th 1873. Byordtr 

fvS-Sw GEO. LETTB. Secretary 



ALHAMBRA THEATRE. 

T. Msgoire J*roprietor 

SAM. RICKEY'S 
FAKEWELL BENEFIT, 

— AJTD— 

Last Appearance in California 

FRIDAY EVEN'S, JOLT IS. 

A Host of Volunteers 

— AHD A— 

BIG BILL. 



HOMESTEADS 

That are Homes 

pKBSONS 1NWAMTOF HOUSES AHK^. 
*- requested to examine the p. sob of too;t ■■ 
now baiogoonairnetadtipon that baantilnHj*"™ 1 
sitnated praperty on P;en: Heights, on the bloek 
bennded by Psciflo avenae, Bacbsnan, Webster 
and Jsekion streete, oommanding tbe most magni- 
floect riew of any location in the city, and acces- 
sible by ears, which pass tha doors. 

These elegant houses are boilt in the best man- 
ner, and will bessld 

On ■ Credit of Six Teori, 
Piana and sa&oincationa at office of 

JOH\ X. i.lT1 LF, 

Heal £«tate -Agent, 
330 Montgomery Snett. 



"THE VILLA," 

At tbe New 

GOLDEN GATE PARK, 

Tbe Building baviog jnat been completed, is 
now thrown open to tbe public. The house is ele- 
gantly lurnisned, and has 

Fotast Anatolic Parlors, 

—un>— 

Ten PriTate Dining Rooms, 

■The whole being built, nit like a public hotel 
bnt aa it ia named. 

An Elegant Villa. 

•Tbe Villa' 1 is located at ths last or nort h-weat- 
ern gate or tha Park. 

Epicurean Breakfasts, Dinners and Buppert 
prepared on tha aborteet notice. 

GUDIO MMGEHBERG & CO., 

PROPRIETORS. jy-lutf 



BOKER'S BITTERS. 

THE TJNDERSIGXKD 18 BOLK AGENT IH 
UalifoJnia, for tbs aale of tha above cele- 
brated Bitt-ra. Ha is prepared to deal witn 
MsrjbanU and Jobbers on tne most reasonable 
taraaa. WM. B. JOHNSTON. 

IuUIbs 41 OaliforaU str«*t. 



Don't Pavy Other People's Debt*. 

Bat bay roar furniture and Bedding for ea;h 
of J, A. Shaher kOi, 707 Harket 3:reet, who 

grres do ome credit, so awake no bad debts and 
therefore sell far smaller profits, and less 
pdoee than any other dealers In San Francis 
oo, T 

Corns, Binlo&i, Issarrovriats; Bfsalls. 

A perfect enre warranted by Albert Boheen. 
wald. 137 Becoad street. sVbi 



Twenty Thousand 

Paper Collara. iB Rtrias, for sale aheap at ths 
What Oheat - .ondry, omea Ul Leiaesdora:s>, 



Oo 5ot e*u,U©r troru Cornet. 

Tbe unfortunate sufferers from Cams, Ban- 
ions, Club and Ingrowing Halls, ean find Instant 
•slit! by applying »' s>r. B. H. Cowan's IbcIJ. 
tatte, 310 Kearny street, from 1 to 8 r jl We 
n^-ak froza expersenea. ha-rtng hVted ths Doc- 
<•*• capability. etaCarsaaea fftrea Ifrequlred. a 



APTEB 'x-siE 

THEATRE8 ARE OUT 

SO TO THB 

Hot Scotch., 

8 ■ tier axi-eet. a ear keanT. 

And try one of their 

Hot Scotch's or Tom & Jerry's 

All Drinks Ten Cents 

"»tf JOa. D. BRIGG8. Proarietar. 



"^At* l^avt>or Only: 

Imployed by the What Cheer Laundry, HI 
Leidaadorfl street. a 




Dividend Notice. 
SECURITY SAVINGS BANK, 

30 A SAXoOME STfiETE, 

* DIT1DEND TO DfcPOSITOHS FOB THE 
■**■ half year ending June 39, 1373, has (been de- 
clared by this Bank at the rate of MKfi AND 
SIX-TENTHS <96:10) per cents per annum oo 
TERM DfcPO&IS, aad eight (S> oer cent per 
annum on ORDINARY DEPOSITS, free or 
Federal Tax. payable on and after Jaiy 10 1873. 
By order. T. F. BAOOK, Seoretar/. jy9lw 



S. F. and K. P. B.R. Co, 
CHANCE OF TIME. 

THE CNEAPEaT ROUTE TO THE GEYSERS. 

ON AND APTFR JUNE I, 1ST3, THE STEAM- 
or ANTELOPn, ooDcectiDg at Donanus Land- 
ing with tbe San franciaco A North Paeiflo Rail- 
road Company for Oior«rda!e and all iutereaediels 



.. from Front street Wharf, at 2:39 p. at. Be- 
ing, the train will leave Cloverdale daily at 
6:00 o'clock a at , connecting at Donanne »ith the 
e-.e-tner aod arriricgin San K.ancisoo at 11 :UU a.k_ 
) hs atssmers and oars make oloae oonzisoUoaa 
with stages to and from all point*. *f ■ 

SimOAY EXCURS!ONS~AT REDUCED RATES, 

Leave San Fr*notsoo at 8 a. aL every Sundsg 
arriving at Olov«rdale at 1 o'clock P. M Returning 
will leave Oloverdale at 2 o'clock, arriving in Saa 
Franciaoo at 7 o'cloo t This will allow eioar- 
s:oniBbs sevetsJ hours at am of the places along 
ttie line of the road. For ail information apply at 
tbe Oompaiij'a office, 486 Montgomery streeL 

Oo aad after Jane let, ibe Steamer will lsava 
Sac Francisco at '.2 30. P. st: the cars will leave 
Cloverdale at 6 a. m, 

aplfi PETER DONAHUE. President. 



Dividend Notice. 
SAVINGS Ar1D~L0A{. SOCIETY, 

eylv^CLAT STEEET. 

AT A MEETING OF TBE BOARD OF Di- 
rectors beld tbis day, a dividend wse de- 
dared for the six mo: tbe ecdinit June 30, lETJ, of 
mas and six-tenths (9 6-18! per ceat per annum 
OY all deposit » free of Federal tax, and payable 
on acd after tbe 15tb lest, 

GYRUS W. OARVAKY. Cashier. 
Sao Fraacieao, Jaly 8th. 1873, jylO 2«r 



DIVIDEND NOTICE 

Tbe Farmers and Mechanics' Bank 

of Savings 

Declared a dividend for tbe half year ending 
June 30th, 1S73, at the rate of ten par cent per an- 
num on term ; eight per c-nt per annum on elaas 
one ordinary, and six per oeat o r aooamon elae« 
f.vo ordinary deposits, frae of Federal tax, payable 
oaand aft»r July 11. 1FTJ. By crier 

O. M. CON DEB, Oaahisr, 



A GRAND RAFFLE 

A GENTLEMAN'S TURNOUT COMPLETB 
on aooouot of departure. One 5 year old' 
Scrrell Horse (sound aod kind, broke single and 
double. Can trot in 2-t'o. 

Ooe new three-fourth buggy, Larkins A Co., 
mikers. One set of new DnmBOombe BLaruesa, 
Day aud Right Blauketi, Robe, Whip, etc., at 

"Rattler's Win© Parlors/' 

384 BUSH STREET, 

Where tickets can be had. Turnout can be seen 
at the Oity Stable*. To be raffled on Saturday 
evening, July 26th. 1ST J. j 9 id 



GERTEXTDE M. GEEG0EY 

— or THE — 

GREGORY TROUPE 

la requested to eommunfeate immedisteli with 
tbe uodcrsigued. By so doing she will hear e snae- 
th:ng greatry to h r advantage. 



J. H 

je-19-Im 



McCABE, TheatricaJ Agent, 

620 Washington Street, 



.V 



0Y8TEE GE0TT0 

A clean and respectable Oyster 

House fitted no purposely for Ladles' 

428 PINE STREET, 

Above the California Market, between Kearny and 
Montgomery Streets. 

A. W. MANNING, Proprietor. 

jels-lta 



MORACHAN& LYNCH, 

DEALERS IX 

OYSTERS. CLAMS ani all kicde A 
of Shell Fish. Stall 68 California! 



Market. San Franciaco. Open Day 
and Night. Families, Public and Pri- 
vate forties. Hotel*. Shipping and 
Restaurants mppLied. 



«4»v 



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lO Cts. lO Cts. lO Cts. 

Par ahos for tha Fineit 

Wines and Liquors, 

and tbe Celebrated 

FREDERICKSBURG BEER, 

— ra— 

FRED- O. WENTWORTH'S 

SAIjOOXI, 

601 KEAKN'Y STREET, N. W. cor. Sac. 
je-19-a. 



Badger'sCentrat Park, Oakland 



THESE BEAUTIFUL GARDENS ARE ROW 
cpeo for the seatoo. aud many of the moe 
popular 

PICNICS 

Will be beld there. The attractions are numer 
oua. SKATIN'G PAriLION. MUSEUM, GYM. 
NASICM. Skating free on week days. 

Adaslaalna ,.XS Ceata 

OHILDRSy IP OENTS. apt7 tt 



DR. JORDAK'3 

GREAT ANATOMICAL MUSEUM, 

And College of «edlclne. 

lO Ofin BEAUTIFUL AND IJTSTRUOT- 
M.XJ •\J\J\J its objects to be seen. Open to tbs 
Public DAY AND NIGHT, at EUREKA HALX 
818 Montgomery street. FOR MEN ONLY. 

asy* Da. JoEDiS'8 PBXTaXE Omcx ia at srii 
Gearr street foDpoeite old Meohauios' Paviiioo). 



I*T'«3 BARB TIMES 

THEBiPOEE 

8A.VJE YOUR MONET 

BT OOBSTa TO 

THE PALACEOF FASHION 

ANOTBER F-XOITEMENT ABOUT TH1 
New -tore. 1? Second street, opposite toe 
Grand hot-el. Olotbiog of the latest and moat 
fashionable styles mar'e to order, (htaper aad 
better than at any ether house in she city. 

NOTE THE PRICES. 
Pants.* - -from $6 to S I 2 per pair 
Suits ■from S25 to $50 

I invite the inspection of tbe b sic estf Goods la 
tbe market. 

A. MORRIS. 

No. XT Second Street, 

jaI7 lm Opposite 6rssd Hotel. 



D&RENZS 
HERB 

SlJItllS.. 



GEORGE SLATES' 

Df r, r.FR ly oysteks, clams ^BtV 
uM kind* of SHELL FISH, ^Pn^ 
BUU.No>. 40. 41, *•, C»[ifonu. ww ) \JM 
KjiU, .Bbranos an Oaljf onali itrML *-^ ^W 
Pmblic or print* parties ud f.mitiwi *?pplj«. 
fronX* kjL »kt. i L«diM' Hid OntUmu'r 
mm fnat ur. tn tirjR --1.JT1* 



For- Sale— A. Plvne-er. 

.Tw«"r-l»o'««lootb» Ui lm b!U. 8.1 L 
W.ll atuud for A PLBABURK BOAT. Toe craf 

HfiS^ST' **' wi " •>• * od »* * SKE *-T Bit- 
GAIN To t» un u Hei f i'. WbArf. 

• rro'j b7 Uttor or ui pntor. to "Ohob." Fioibo 
C¥ncM - j.:5 S. 



YY UR YY IUB 

IfCbi rote SHLET s .1 So. 3 
4lot toman E alwal. anittd tb.v 
With the pirfils tha eel thvre nBdenrar 
And evr 1 tblog in ths Pnml&hfog une 
TT kan git jour maonea worth errl time 
Toilet article* 2 of eTeri kind 
Jmt tri them on:* and bare In Bind 
At the Old Stmsd 3 2nd 8* 
13 DI at [r/au that kant B Baet. 

BBXBDICT * CO. 



board. ALHAMBRA 



GERMAN PIANOS. 



tTTrB 



I ■ X • t'UIUl/UUlI, IH LKIIUatlK, inu 

■ B*«i*. OfBo«.«l«OLAY SlBriEr. 



The Creot Toole and Appetizer. For 
atale Erer y where. my9 3a 

J. C. COMBES, 
TERRAPIN UTJ3VCH, 

Cor. aleeaad and Tehama streets. 

■"Terrapin eomrautlr on band. 
Oyaten in every at~ls. PRIVATB 
StJPPEB BOOHS F*W PABTIK8. 
declllna 



CANDIES. 

4 LL CLSB* OB THS FIHBST OUTDt 
iXm.de at oor Steam Oandj Factory dails. AH 
order., eapeeiallr from tb. coantir. ar* aolielaad 
ardwUlb* 



ALHAMBRA LODGING HOUSL 

FINELY FUR'S IS BUD BOOMS. 8JW- 
fleorrmsuiu, 
^Well^Zriahwa svmd,yasatl is i s as. 

Dnrnrnuuad'fiooms jjojan. Lod»« wrfck 

!'Martf 



VARIETY TALENT WANTED 



VAHIETXBB, 

PIOCHK NEVADA. 

AUresa, 

SAM'L KETJMiN. BobIo... Maoajar. ' 
jail tf VARIETIES. Pioohe. War. 



PIANOS 

....AHD.... 

ORGANS. 



CALL AND EXAMINE KTND8 AJtDPEICK. 
before pareoaiicg elaawhar*. Good bargalM 
to be had. 

A. I.. B AMCBOPT A CO.. 



STEPHEN MAYBELL. 

Comedlaxi; 

Parties wishing talent for oity or country oaa 
sna* (r» tbe aaae by addressing; a not* to hiss at 
t bis office. . j-aB-lna 



THB BEST A1TD THS OHKAP- 
it. SobraubctadUrd; Oo., AsjaabS 

for ths oelebrated Faetoriaa 01 
Blnthnsr, in ^Loipzjjrj^aad SohIats\ 



White & Kearns Combi- 
nation Tronpe. 

In ooaaequenoe of Messrs. Whits <t Ksarna ls«v- 
ins; for aha Cast this tronpe will bs knewn svarsat- 
car aa ths Osjiforaia Ooaahiantion Tronoa. 

<"t»a>4 Sctpp, Maaaaar Fra Tssa. 

Olak Baeaa Ha. 191 J. sa.s feHrsst 



ssRa 






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spicisi raio. 



' MM . • • 

fUB A SP UQ OOM 




aj? 




FURNISHED ROOMS" 

l!0 to |20*Vr Month 

KB. . . . 

WEST END HOTEL, 



■ I ■ I ■«■■! Ill WIMUnu. JVLT I*. HIT. 



IV.I." XVIII. M. 



•VH ALL B. 



-$2& 



THE GREAT BABY SHOW 



AT PACIFIC HALL 



CALIFORNIA TBHATRl. 






CALIFORNIA THEATRE 

"5; FAREWELL BENEFIT 



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IVIflVI 



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OAEDEN and PARLOR. 

- • ... v- w* tvtiM 
.A. r*. S3 OW THD DEBT, 
• < 

|As.oan. T* Ml HustJrr.l Dollar,. 

TBi rami tux pi hh>u to tsb 

FATTEST BABY. 
THINEST BABY, 
PLAINEST BABY, 

ANDSOMEST BABY, 
BEST DRESSED BABY 



tk»:«*d«t Qrlew. Ik< 'rand SBllx. It. SauJlMt 
lal i^llull, >k< l »nl ditto, 'b< BlijHHl B r 
■M ui Bark.tr* ■ BaklM. OklMna .lijlbl. from CM 



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Owen Marlowe 



»«•■""* AfTIMOB^ JILT IB. 1ITI 



WOl ■ ••>*•»• •* -**• Mlgsall »*r« •* 



DAVID GAERICK 



A* represented by him for over 400 Nights at the Royal Hay-mar- 
ket Theatre, London, and for 00 consecutive Nights 
at Watlack's Theatre, New York. 



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DAVID OARRICK 
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Mil BROWN 
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MB*. BMITM 

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MR. SOTHERN 

_ WAl.ruR LIMA* 

...J. O. DILLIAM30B 

B. B. T1IAYKK 

. HI.1KY UOAD 

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J B. LOBU 

MISS AKP1IE ORAUAM 

MRS J I DA El 
MBS. OH8AUBDKR8 



PBRIOD, 1742. 
Acts I and II-- APARTMENT IN MR. INGOTS HOUSE. 

Act III— LIBRARY IN CARRICK'S HOUSE 



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rodfi- tie dirtcllon of MR. CHA9. SOBCLTZ, will p*r.'crni the following .election* tf Music: 

OVFRHBIt— Brass Hon* „ AUBRR 

RH.B-T1 1,j»S PROM MARTHA Ft OTOW 

MUftinAL H10K NACK9 C BfffJLTZ 



Btturdsy Afternoon.. July 19th at 2 o'clock 



"DAVID GARRICK-' 



-Dress CI rele am* 

RfBtrrrd rWiUs— iUlooor 

Dtwm Circle Admission 



T4 OailtftT 

O-O Private boxes 



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rtotBUM vtll r««s.. bis 
VlU U«pttf*ta OBBBHLt «f 

MORWING CALL 

MstB. I (III H»i*M»M. . Mill KIR. OTAl/rOM 



— After * iv»h-— 
-**V OnAND BZ> Xj I <D . 

U vhlcb lbs follow/tag hi-sl of volunteers will 
arr*er. 

SCENES FROM "ROWEO .NO JULIET!" 

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Mill MiGOtt M00l< Will SIKQ "CHINS CHOW CHUN 
N CMARArTIR BUD ''THE ROVINO IRISH BO. 
RECITATION, -n-^- >«• bimi WC-ACIIEN Bl'NtllfO 

»»I DEDEUX MilE BAUDAIN ANOMMF. BUIIIAY 

C.NIIC SONI, "TliAt-i Wbm Ton Mi.lr Hi. BTkBrtl " 

6HA8. Hill 

tIRIOCOMIC UNO MISS MULIE SACKETT 

RECITATION. "M»nj Muicoot.' STEPHEA MATBlll 

NEW SONfl AND DtHCE 

FAREWELL ADDRESS iOflglii.il . 
RECITATION, •■Some' •»• Bid.'. 
RECITATION. ••i-oliDflcJi>riRld».. 
"tlUE AND THE DRAY," 'orlbeli.t Una md r.r w,ll 

■ ; ; QWEN M- RIOWl 



■ .ST'NLEY SISTERS 

• DANIEL O'CONNELl 
W. A.MEiTAHS 

• I.C. WILLIAMSON 



The mboie lo OODclOd* wllh 8baklp(ftr«'« glorloat 
OornedY of 

KATHARINE AND PETRUCHIO 

Petrnrblo JOHN HoOUIXOUOB 

KsltiMij e MIBb BELLA P./t'KiliN 

Coorlesj of slADAKsr of Shiai's Opera 11 a i- 

B.pHsto Fr»Dlt R«b 

Urunilo .*. Robert PAtemso 

ConrUsjol HAaacer of Kblel's Opera Hcus*. 

UortBoslo ...Mr. Bolworo 

BiourtellO B. j. Buckltj 

>fn«1o MaiWr n Loda; 

TsImt..... Ob si. Henry 

B***' , R. i. f r*» ton. 

Ooob .1 Woods 

f«do Mr, NackliD 

BIadcs Ml.iS'BDlej 

Mrs. Cortln Mm. Frank Re* 

Owlns to the lean-lb of tke ProkTAmiie, bo encore* 
will be tetkcB. 



Admi-slon 51 00 

Reserved Seats , st> 



CALIFORNIA INVENTION. 
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-FOB— 

SEWING MACHINES, 

DENTISTS MD JEWELLERS' LJTHES, 

Tbf* loTentlon c*n be spplltd to th ■ oper* lag 

of All kind* ol Sewing Hscblosi, Dentins' 

BBd Jtweller* Lstb-* In •impunity li 

only tf]GA>d by Us dnrADUTj; 

It Avoid' the n.e of tbe treed- 

is, wniob Is nngrscefal 

sod Injarloas. 

•WAppliCAtlJO rmdw by the Agent* for the 

PHlflC Oo*lt. 

SAWYER ft WHEDON, 

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AZTEC PINOLE, 

MADE FROM PARCHED CORN, 



Ah a rngnlni' article of Food. 
Ab a rlt«t for dyNpoptivK, 
A* n food for children. 
\s m. rt'Lfalatnr of the bO'wel** 
Aea thickening* f r lonpa, 
Pur breading- catlels and ll»h. 
For the nee of inln«-rs, 
"or the o.e of proepectors. 
Vor the una of hunt' rs, 
for the ■■« of esnip»rg, 
For the atte of picnicker*-, 
For the utH-of everybody. 
A ootTsniont lonob, aIwajs rtedj At a 
.t'a notlos. 

Ask Tear Oroerr for It, 
ReUil groeeri sappUed by soy whole**le«r or 

b ' tba AZTEC COMPANY, 
SIS SaeraateBlo Street, Sad Franel.ee, 
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McDASIEL'S THEATRE 

OUTtnA BTOKH8, 

THREE GOOD «RIETY WOMEN 

BS-TBbot colot Aut will SBd It to tb.lr Ad.AB- 

tABOktfOlB iMTlfl, OAlllOnl. U OOrr.ipond witb 

J. M.BAJIH,, 
> jl LWk Box Ho. 1, Olvuii, Wjo«Unt . 



Tahoe 
Billiard Hall 

CHA8. T. STONE, Proprietor.' 

No. 417 Kearny Street, 

Between CAltforn.A Aad Pms. 
Tbls sUfA-.t retort, bes let* Is bsen enlArfT'd, end 
eow eootAJoe A oew BotsI UMes. Tbe bsst Liquors 
ADd MgA-s At tbe B*r. Firs Urg* flnely fnrmebed 
room*, for oIqIm »td prWtta psrties ontb'irnnrj 
terms sod rules. j T-3bi 



THE CUFF HOUSE! 

ROtRIRG OCEIR!~SURGIHG BREAKERS 
FOAffilNG SERF, MORSTER SEA L ORS- 

Appetizisg Breakfasts, Lunches, 
Dinners and Suppers. 

BRING YOURWKEI 

BBtlHS YOUR FAMILY! 
BRIIVG YOCR LAUY FRIENDS 

Aod.njo. ..law of th. fla.nt OOBAIf PABO- 



Goldon Gate. 

With . flr.t of wbito min.ag.ri oi.l.rmg from 
...rr ptrt ol th. oommtroUl world. 

•VKew Line Bastes, oooo.ctlng with Street 
Crs .t Lone Moaatria .v.ry 15 miaatet her.Klt.r 
for lb. Uliff Hoot. j j 1-1 1 



OPERA HOUSE, 

_SAN JOSE. 

Tbls theatre will be leeeed oalibaral Itbh for its 
montbs or by tbe jssr 10 an *>xper!eDoed mArjater, 
bnAjrjo-s reqairiDK my abasnoe from Hnn Joee. Tbe 
house cad now be rented by thu rjigtu or wtek on 
low terms. 

8EAJ1RQ CAPACITY 1,200. 
O. SKOHASKA, Proprietor, 

SAN JOfSE 



Liverpool and Great Western 

{Steamship Company, 

CARRYING .THE V. S- MAIL. 

TICKETS SOLlTtO AND FROM 

T IVRRPOOL, QURRNSTOWB', s&S&L 
M - A Leadonderry, HAmbamb, Bremeri,2itt*Mwl 
Herre, Parle, Sweden. Bslflnm, Norwey end ell 
■nropeeaetttes. 

TblsOompADj bee erruffemvnt* with tbe Oom- 
taiiaiopsrof EntlirrBtioa end RAllro*d Oompenies 
st New York, by whioh p**eeasTeri ere promptly 
forwarded to tbe Pedfle Oout, 

For psrtienlere sppty to 

J>. B. JACKiOE, Agaat. 

miMlB SSS Mtoafgoaeery Street. 



HARRY MYERS, 

Arrat for Hitching* A Gru'e School Satoh.li 
lot Bo;s ud OirlJ. "ill cull it retlaoictt. 



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^F Caree Recent iind Chronic l)i.emei of 

EYE, EAR, THROAT, LUSGS end HEART— Ceturb, Desf 
n»B«, DiflcbArne* fron tho Eats, W*nk or Irflsmsd Eyee.Oonjtb 
DebilitT. FpiiepsT, NearaiKis, KLeuuiK "tn. DjepepsiA, Pile 
Scrofula, Dropny. etc. 

AeitdteA. roiirrled or oirRlo. sBa-j-cc; ■_. L fe core o! 

Irrec nlarltieA, F»iu, Suppr^at. j- 1 ^oakoi r tpso*, stQ., 

^torihfv. Uvsriun and other Dunne i«.uitll. AVOID 
DROOS. 
('iinfcri, Tnmsrs. Wona and Marks skillful v removed. 
*v All OonfldsDliAl Oeaea Felthfatly AtteDde.l. 
Torjllm nod Ale-n, do mit'tir what thejVo read or doe- 
;red, oao rdy on aare remedy of datormiti, debilltr, or die 
eese weeTlDK on body end mind. No qaiokery or deception. 
Best means known for rapid, raey care (avoidinR danEAr, anf- 
fericg, ezposnreor Iobb of time) of obetioate and apeoial dlt<- 
tasrja witbo it caeroory, poisooe or DaoBtious drags. Complete 
care (where all others fail) of wortitoaeeB and any syaiptomi 
left f i oin bad treatment or neglect -4* 
Free Consultations. All Medioioee, etc , foroiahed, 
Call, or wntB jonr oaae. Addreae, N. J. AIKIN. M. O., 
ear Office, 8O4 Kearny atreet, IS. E. Uorner of California 
street, ban Krancleeo, 0*1. jetf" 



Esica-HT^ir 

Single Outside Rooms, 

WITH 

No. 1 Spring Beds and Hair Mattrasses, 

AT THE 

BRANCH HOUSE > 

ABA HVSOUi: ST2EET, COB. CUI, 
AT 

OEfi^ty Cents per TSTlstxt, 
And IiCbb by the Week. 



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Apr-28 L. J. BWELL, Proprietor. 



PIONEER SHOE MANUFACTORY 






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....EVERY... 

Sutiirdny Evening-, 

AT BIUUT O'OLOCK 

_ AT THB OLD ORIGINAL 

fKKI> LluN.lO Oeary ntrest. 
Jvrhnre joo c»n b»ve HOT AN1> 

COLO DKINKS of the very boat 
Ihy. The "Old Upon" ie al- 
Iw.t'Oa band. Drop In. 

1JAVK MK.NDiiS, Proprietor. 



Attoution, Good Livers! 



proprietor ot the Miners* Ree- 
lAtir.Dt, bBS taktiri tbe mannKemeot 
ie>bolb the Miners' Rsaianraot on^, 
Oommeroial stroet and tbe Minere*-- . 
rtraooh on Market "trn.it, id partnership with MB. 
4. DRAYEUR, who has been connected with th*. 
firm for years. Improvements have been made la 
the 00181 ne departmet tout will render the aal- 
□ere'more popular than It has ever vee^ dnrlnsl 
the 22 years ot It.e prosperity. Oar Bills of Fare) 
imb-"w nil tbe delioaoiea of tbe season. Oar 
motto iB "Good Fare, Good Cooking And Modente- 
ObArges." 

P. UEKOER <fe CO. 

MINERS' RESTAURANT, 

■131 and *5tttt Oonunerelai, sad ^ 
T«ll» Market street. 
Open rom 5 a.m, to t» p.m. sn3I Ins 



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THE LMOST ELEGANT CUSTOM WORK IN THE CITY 

Seers «fe Maynard, 

XSS Kearey street h ..OU doer eon b •rBft.-l 



CALIFORNIA AND NEVADA 
VOLUNTEERS, 

HONORABLY DISOHARGBDFOR ANY jl 
canse, at Dram Barrack*, or any other Jhi 
place ovur 3"J0 un'rta from place of enliatmoni FJM 
are entitled to Rddltionel Travel Pay. fT] 

Apply to, i I'l 

J. R, ROBINSON, Uf 

je-18-lm 080 Montgomery ntreet sEJftv 

Parisian House. 

SA.IN K1FAEL, 
ONE BLOCK FROMTHB RAILROAD 



L. THORIN, Proprietor. 



FURNISHED ROOMS 

....AND.... 

H. estaurantr 

Ftrrt tinallty aff Wlnea, 1.1 q- 
snii and Clgurs. 

BOARDERS TAKIRG BY WEEK OR MONTR' 

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m HOTICK TO THE PUBLIC . 

Z^Ekv -THE- 

-ffa Delmonlco Restaurant 

Has lately cbaoaed banda and* is now andertbe 
effioiejit maoiiteitient of Mltebell. Freltas A Bro., 
wbo by tbeir ereat experience la th» esterinai lies 
arebcingipg bsck the former popalaritj of this 
estaarent. Giv» thenva ealland p'OVs it ron'seif 
hree dishee i5 csccs. This is DOW 1 finl oUia 
..ea.-ttl-Gt. JlliOBJ- 



TEB JOUBHAX &t AMUBBS4KKI8. 

Pabbzaed every Day in the Year by 
I>. BOGABDU6 



fiaa Merckut and sa« Wwhl'iltai Sf 
Below Montgomery. Ssn Francisco. 



WEDNESDAY JCLY 16. 1873 



A New Velnnif. 

Floabo enters upon I'a eigbte nth volume 
to-day, io a chronic state o' hea'.thfalneeF. 
Oar aabecriptioo lie* io San Jose bis qaaj- 
rnplei in the last year, aod we rou ten 
different programrme on our flavpigefl tc- 
daj. 



Very Fanny. 

The L>dl Brevities Mm, of tbe Alta hue 
been diatiessingly fanny evarainca V.6 Dan- 
bary News editor vitited San Franc sco. Ho 
■ teals old aiorirs and publishes tbem as or- 
igin*!. Ha latest attempt is tbe Mlow- 
io£: — 

•' A bnrly fellow, whoeo- aidered hima-lf 
aggrieved by fiometl iog that appealed id 
tnia Ciiucuii, male but appaarauce at oar 
ofnej las evamug in an exc ted atete of 
mind. He tl -urubed * b jgb ettck and c.ied 
out at tbe door : " V?ner<j"s tbtt short 
man ?" "What do you w»ot,Bir !" was tbe 
qutstion put by cor obiidgiag olerk. "I 
want that auuri miu-'tue man who writes 
tie short items! Iwaut 1 » lick him!" '-Ye 7 
wellli r! " slJ ur clerk cilleiup a six f-ot 
fljfLtiog ncan, and intrc duc^i bitn — " flew 
13 our brev.ty maa— if you w*Dt t j get any- 
thing ou: of Lioi. ju?t aiil io." T-.e irat* 
man and tbe at iok withdraw, whila the real 
"abort man " bhi»ui bitn th-j nay t» the 
door." 

TjoL cil Brevities il*n his an idea of 
fan. It U tbat to tell lies is fanoy. Annan- 
iai and Sappbira perhaps thougnt it fanny, 
too, bat their little joke didu't pay. Tbe 
above s'ory which tbe Alts attempts to palm 
offal original, was firs: published io 13 6, 
aod has been going tbe ronndi of the p. ess 
ever sli.ee. 



Mixed up with a Magdalen. 

There are two unhappy men in Osbkosh 
just now. Thsy are a middle-aged lawyer 
and Methodist minister. One d>y recant y 
they were oat walking io the suburbs when 
a lady drove up iu a two-seated carriage. 
She invited them to ride with her. The in- 
vitation was aooeptcJ. And it -wasn't til* 
after she bad driven them up and down the 
principal streets of tae town tuat they dis- 
overed tbat tbe lady was faster than tbe 
horses she drove. Tbe lawyer's wife baa in 
stitated proceedings for a divorce, and tbe 
mloister'a congregation are asking w a 
kind of company be keeps. 



American Wn oli,s and docks 

Io ever; variety at CaUeuler'd. 62 Second St. cor 

of Misiioa. 1 



Xj» Formes Hair Restorative 

This Powder Surpasses asything avsr offered t-> 
thePofclic, forthe Growth of the Hair, We Gaor- 
antee rii» Powder to Rectors Hair to aor Bald 
Heat*, were fie roots are not destroyed. It pre- 
Tests toe Hair tram ra'liogcat, aod Restores It t? 
it) uetonl Color, in a shcr er tine tbao any other 
[rap»r»>.i;n. One trial wi i convince yon that this 
Is ne humbug, ae als-ge number of people in Cal- 
ifornia wiil testify. For Shampooing, it is tbe 
b at and chcapeit article that can bt used. Price 
• eentsabjt^ For Sale b nearU every Druggist 
io th»Uo>t?dSt»t>s;atid Wholesaled and Retailed 
by O. F. Ricair is £ Cj.. Drnggiu Oor. Clay aod 
Saaaome St., 20 Anai St. b>t Powell £ Mason. 
Sao YnuiiC}. T-0 



Removal, 

Samuel Swift has removed from 116 to 113 
Post street. Sewlog machines rented end re- 
paired as usual, and Bold cheaper tbaaever. x 



Ojstere. 

In strolling round tbe other night. 
To look at 'Frisco by gas light, 
unr careless feat, by chance did stray 
To where a fountain's ceaseless play 
Of sparkling waters, made a screen 
Through which a sweet bouquet was Bean ; 
Wh lie mossy atone and pearly shell. 
O'er which tbe waters softly fell, 
IXsde tbat window aeem to be 
Stoma fairy grotto of the sea. 

Stop," said my friend, "let's go In here— 
It loots 30 Die* — and try their oheer." 
"All right," I said, "I must agree 
That this place suits me to a *TV" 
Bo sooner had we found a seat 
Than at our side a waiter neat 
Hade his appearance, aeked our wish — 
Said they had almost any dlaa 
That we might name, we found It true, 
Und cooked maymjiantfi/, tot; 
All kinds of oysters, Juicy, fat, 
Oooked every stylo; Just think of that, 
And if your month don't water, then 
You're different from other men. 
They'd clam sand crabs and terrapins ; 

. In tact, we found they bad within 
That cosy plac#aJt ilndsof game, 
fish, flesh or fowl which we ootid name. 
While every dlgh was, I am sure, 
Prepared to tempt an epicure. 
The ladles, too, have found, 'twould seem, 
That they hare here the best loe cream; 
So here they flock, the little sinners, 
To get what they call "each nice dinners," 
Whoever doubts this let him rush 
To three hundred thirty-seven Bush, 
And there this truth he'll find made plain: 
Who goes there once will go again. 
Pacific Oyster House. S37 Bush street, afceve 

Montgomery; open Day and Slight. 

OHART.M HAAKE. Proprietor. 



Line Upon Line. 

Tbe Kickapoos want their squaws ! 

A dozen Japanese are at Saratoga. 

Flotida raises green rose*". 

The fruit of egotism— tfce apple of your 

ere. 

Ei-prealdeatTbisrr will aUogo k-flsbing. 

How to get iuio a scrape— Go to the bar- 
ber's. 

London, ia haviog a "Rhododendron 
■bow." 

He fights ta advantage who knows his 
enemy. 

Wisconsin gir's organize snake-killing 
parties. 

The Delaware horror is tfce talk of tbe 
coentry." 

Biin falls in Georgia e'.even-fif esnths of 
the time. 

Pieuro pneumonia has appeared among 
the oows. 

Pennsylvania horses are getting tbe cere- 
brospinal. 

He alone has energy who sannoi be de- 
prived of it. 

A New York gentleman has a dog tbat 
play* poker. 

Murders and aoicids approaoh with warm 
weather. 

Tbe steamer Mayflower carries cMonists 
to Duloth, Minn. 

A Pennaylvaaia docWor is named Mc 
K.liutB. He deoa. 

Fiorida will not bond her debt, for fear 
hor dabt will bond her. 



I a. pleasant Locanon. 

\ Persons desiring ocm'ortable lodgings in a 
Oentral loeaUon, shoulO visit the Alhambra, 
and inspect the fine elites of rooms to let there 
The boiifiinn is a very fine one and la well 
Ltsiuwd andventllaUC . 



PoU Office Wisdom. 

Taat wis a remar lably happy thought of 
the Post-office Department which guards 

ainat improper usefl of tte new postal 
cards. Thecarriers are directed not to read 
what is written on the cards, unless it is 
scurrilous. 



Pratt's Abolition OU 

Oarea Stiff Joints, Spralna and Bruises. S-l 

f r« tli and Sweet. 

Far the beet confectionery. r> to Oaniy and 
■Vafcer's. Vfl Hentgonaerr St. near Salter. ■ 



A great variety of Ties and Bows, ell styles, 
just received at tbe What Cheer Laundry, 121 

Leldesdorff atrest. * 

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Glaibi OTaar. — slaaanie uuwa AatOnla, the 
Clairvoyant Pbysiclau and Independent Trance 
Medium. 333 Eeamy street, bet. Bush and Pine. 
O^asultaUens In Bnglish, French and Oermaa. 



W» ches Carefully Repaired. 
At d. A. Oallende'a 62 Second St. cor. Hiaeion 

The Ifew "E orlc i*liotoa:rapli 

Gallery 
No. 35 Talrd 8 rest, Is again open, with l&r 
ger lights, more room, and all the latest lm 
provamenta in InstrumentB. Cabinet Bem- 
braudts only $4 per dozen; Ctrd Bemembrants 
from $2 to $3 per dozen. No Ohioamen employ 
td. B. F. HOWLANO 7a 



The Montffomory Avenue 
Tailoring dying sand Clean* 
lnR Establishment, 
No 1606 Stockton Stieet, opposite Union Square, 
Ladies and gentlemen's olotbing of eTerydeaorip- 
tion, cleaned, dyed, preesed, attired, and repaired 
in tbe best manner, at prices to Bnit the terms — 
written orders promptly attended to. 8. Gray. 
TN 

Tbe Last New song. 

Air— "M-itt d- Chaii'ion," 
Emerson OorviUe is my name. 
My business always is the same; 
Eaatera Oysters, and Fancy Boast, 
Relishes these, tbat my house can boast. 
Safely these Bivalves to all I show, 
Oh! high oh I Oh! high oh) 
None who have been but again will go. 
Corville tays so! says BOt 
O* Pine Street, at No. 410, 
Remember the number and call again. 
Visions of Shell- fl^h in every style, 
Inwardly camse you much to smile. 
Ladles with escorts there always go, 
Ladles gol Ladles gol 
Emerson Corviile's polite ! and so 
3-1 They go! they go! they go' 



Bound Not to be Beat, 

Is G. Burkhardt's motto. Fine French Calf 
Boots made to trder ircm 18 ic $10. A gcod 
and satisfaction guaranteed. Call at 540 Wash- 
ington street and be convinced, A full aasor;- 
aientof neatly-made goods always on hand, at 
prices to soft everyone's purse. * ai 



Bverybody Suited. 

There hi no end to the multitude of fashions 
in hats. At " Thk" Hat Store, 647 Washington 
street (second hat store below Kearny) , all these 
nrw styles can be found. The stock Is immense 
—tbe prices are reasonable. Every one who 
*oea there la sure to be suited. a 



Baa Praaeisco Jewelry KaaaC&ctory, 

D. W. Laird, 610 Merchant street. Diamond 
Betting, Bcameling. All kinds of repairing 
done. Jewelry tor sale- «. p 

X>r. l>oherty " 

El 1 devoted hie study more partt smlaxly to 
Chronic and ffpeclOe practice, and aa such tf 
•ow the bo ^uoceseful of any Physician In 

-Han Franu o, Office 119' ttaoramauto street, 

eomerof Leldesdorfl, a few doors eelow What 
Oheer Hens*. I 



Poleloa Oak. 

it ia new generally known that tbe attire pricci- 
dU to which tbe sffeota of POISON OAK are die 
is a violatile acid called by cbemiata toricodendrio- 
acid. It is, hoarsTtr, not so well known that DICK- 
E Y'S OBKMB OB LIS is not only lbs best arails 
sbls prsTsatitiTS, bat will also.by its nentraliaint 
and aoothtog qualities, greatly rehsTs all diatrese- 
ogsymptosas. 



Don't Pay Other People's Debta. 

But buy your furniture scd Beddlns for oash 
of J, A Shaber Si 03. 707 Market Street, who 
gives no one credit, so make no bad debts and 
therefore sell fsr smaller profits, and leas 
prices than any other dealers In San Francis 



Corns, Bunions, ImjrrowinfE Vails. 

A perfect core warranted by Albert Schoen. 
wald, 137 Second etreet. 4-Bl 



Twenty Thousand 

Paper Coll rs, all style*, far sale aheap at the 
What Obear L-.undry, amc* UI Le4easao n l tt. 



Do HfoX B9>aalTer from Corna 

The unfortunate sufferers from Oerna, Bun- 
ions, Olub and Ingrowing Nails, can find instant 
relief by applying at Dr. B. fi. Cowan's Insti- 
tute. 9io Kearny street, from 1 to 6 fjc We 
m*%k from experience, having te'ted the Doc- 
sr's capability- Beferenoes eiTet ifreqclred. a 



Dental Work. 

Foa rrwEar qtj*hct or woes, go to T. C. Jas> 
sup, dentist, cor. 6uttet Jud Montgomery, over 
Tucker's. ft*o 



THE BosicacciaKs vers a est of pbiloaopbers 
wboflonnahed fa Germany dcriog the Seven- 
teenth Ceotnry aad prssecnted profoon 1 research- 
es oto Datar.l science t? ditcorer the tlmrol 
Lire. Tbey ware impressed with tbe prcpeit es of 
bf rb*l preparations, and fonod dyoamic and psy 
oboiotio force io the extract of cer-.am plant*. 
PIPI F AX it dne t > tb> ir researches. It is mado 
from twenty diff.rsnt herbs, gathered when tbeir 
'jnioesare ttroofeet. formicga oomblo'ation non- 
Taled In tbs materia m -dira PIPiFAK asBiats 
B sd fort flss nstore. It drires to tbe extreme 
parts, sndthrooah tbe pores of tboskin all stance 
t dries of tbe body, tbe bad has ->rs which molest 
if. girlDf relief eren In disease ili» most re fraetory 
and d ffioalt toonre, Bach as sanes, nenralsis. and 
many eosDlaintsbavina tbeir origin In the brain 
Ihe influence it kca on tbe sjmpataetio and 
paenmc-gattric nerves is very sarpriatog. If an 
aognsbrd patient triasPIPIF AX ha will be aston- 
ished at the relief ic wiJl bring to hlB weakened 

nervefl' iF 

Tbe White House. 

Tbe White Houieis thronged &very afternoon 
wlthladiev, the majority of whom have oome 
from a distance and consequently must need 
some refreshments. Do these ladles know that 
directly opposite the Wnite Home is the White 
flou fi Ee8Tadsakt T jls Beitaura^t haajuet 
been re-fiiteuand solirged by Mr. Me>er*, the 
p'oprletor, with a special view to tbe comfort 
ofladiee. He has taken great care to keep it 
street, and tne refrerhmente ars uret-clase. *6w 



DIVIDEND NOTICE 

German Saving- and Loan Society. 

The Board of Direators bare deelsrel the divi- 
dend on deposta fsr tbe first halt year iSTJ, endtog 
thisdatn On Term D»po*it . at tbe rate of nine 
asd six unth percent i9 6-lD) poraaaom; oa ordi- 
nary deposits at tbe rate of eight per cast (3) per 
annam, free of Federal Tax, paysbUon and alter 
Jalyl5. ban Frinoisoo. Joaa »th 1373. Byorder 

Jr3-2w GEO. LETTE, Pecretary 



White Labor Only! 
Bmployed by the What Oheer Laundry, IU 

r i Ui sidvyfl skeet. * 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



PE I ER PEBKANDEZ PETER AGUIBBE 

FERNANDEZ & AGDIRRE, 

FaeMonable 

^HATTERS, 

No. 329 Kearny Street, 

BetBuahand Pioe, ban FBAJiOISOO 

Hate Mads to Order and Renovated. 
jiT-im 



Best Rustic Window Shades 

IN THE WORLD 

Pioneer Factory, 413 Mission Street, between 
First and Freemoot. 

UOLLIHAb* A BEARDSLEE, 
jylttf P.-oprietors and Uannfsctnrers. 



Ladies' Fair, 

IN AID OF THE 

ORPHAN BOYS 

-OF THE- 

San Rafael Assylnm, 

WILL BE COTINUED AT 

TTiSTLOasr Hyft-TjIL., 

Howard Street* bet Third and Foorth. 

Positively Closing Saturday Night 

jd6td 



ALHAMBRA THEATRE. 

T. aaacaire. . ., Proprietor 

SAM. RICKEY'S 
FAREWELL EENEFIT, 

-AND- 

Last Appearance in California 

FRIDAY EVEN'Q, JOLT 18 

A Host of Volunteers 

-A5D A— 

BIG- BII1I1. 



HOMESTEADS 

That are Homes 

pERSONS IN WANT OP HODSS8 ARK^^ 
■*- reeneated to sxamias tbe p'ans of t'ao.-c tt 
now being const rooted npon that beaatifnllr* ^^ 
aitoated property on Paoifis Heigbts. oa tbe block 
bonnded by Paoifio avenue, Bachanen, Webster 
and Jaokson streets, commending tbe mo.-t magoi- 
Bosntviswof any location in the city, and acces- 
sible br ears, wbioh pus the doors. 

Tbese elegant hooaea are boilt in tbe beet man- 
ner, aad will bssold 

Ob. a Credit ©f Six Tears, 
Plans aad specifications atoffios of 

JOHN T. LITTLE, 

Seal Kstate Agent, 
339 Montgomery Street. 



GEBTETJDE at. GKEG0EY 

— OF THE — 

GREGORY TKttOtJPE 

IsreqquUdto eommonlcats immediatefa with 
the nodersigned. By so doing ;he will hear some- 
thing greaiy to her advantage. 

J. H WcCABE, Theatric*l Agent, 
je>19-Im 620 Washington Street, 



For Sale— A l?liiii t gr«r'. 

Twenty-two feet long by tea feet bum. Sails 
Aaobor aoa Obalnt— complete in ererr respect 
Well eaited for A PLKASTJRK BOAT. Tbe erst 
is nearly new snd wiUbeeo'd at A GREAT BAfc- 
GAIN. To oe seen at Wene'= Wbarf 

Applyby letter or in person to "O bob." FloABO 
Office. je?5-2w 



FIGARO 

18 "HERE, TBTBKB AITO EVEBYWHERK, 
and is constantly mreting a change- ef readers 
in tbe Theatre, TraTeliug CoDTeyanoea, Hotels, 
and pablio resorts gensralLT. 

FIGARO 

CIROULATES IN THE BEST SOOTRTT, IS 
■ placed in tbe bands of nearly all who come 
to tbe city to make pnrcbaves, and is therefore the 
best of adrgrtlBiaa: mediants. 



FIGARO 

CtBOOLATKS A3 BOUSE PKOGRAMKE 1 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



DIVIDEND NOTICES.! 



Dividend" Notice. 
SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY, 

CIO^CLIT 8TKFET. 

AT A MEETING Of THE BOARD OP Di- 
rectors held this cay, s 3'viaeod was de- 
clared tor ibe six mo tb= t^riiiog Judo30, 1673. of 
cms and si-tsathi (9 6-10) ptr ceit i-er anoom 
oy all deposit free of bedenitai. anil payabe 
on aca after tb» 15 tb ice'. 

OYBTJ> W. OARMAKY, Oaebifr. 
San Fraociaao, Jaly 8tn, 1873. jylO I* 



DIVIDEND NOTICE 

The Farmers and Mechanics' Bank 
of Savings 

Declared a dividend for the half r^tr ending 
Jane 3utb, 1S73, at tbe rate of tan per cent per as- 
turn on >erm; eight per o a*, per sonnm on oless 
one ordinary, nod sizper ceat o r annpea on olss-i 
two o.-dimry dencsiu. fr^g of Federal tax. payable 
on snd sft:r Jalj 14, l&TJ. Byorder 

Q- MOONDBR. Oashier. 



A GRAND RAFFLE 

4 GENTLEMAN'S TURNOUT OOMPLET« 

■^*- on aocooot of departure. One S year old 
reil Horse (soaod and kind, broke single and 
donble. Oan trot in 2-aS). 

One new three-fonrtb baggy, Lsrkins 4 Co.. 
makers. One set of new Damecombe Harneea, 
Diy and Nigbt Blankets, Robe, Whip, etc., at 

"Rattler's Wine Parlors," 

331 BUSH STREET, 

Whers tickets oan be bed. Tnrnoat ceo be seen 
st tbe City Stibles. To be reffl^d on Saturday 
evening, July 26-.b, 1873. j 9 td 



PICNICS, EXCURSIONS, ETC. 



"THE VILLA/' 

At tbe New 

GOLDEN GATE PARK, 

The Ballding baring jast been completed, is 
Bow thrown Open to tb« pa j Mc. Tbs house is ele- 
gantl> laroiabed.and bia 

Foxiir I»iil>Iic Parlors, 

— AHD— 

Ten Private Dining Rooms, 

The whale beioe baiU. c*t likes pnblio hotel 
bat as it 1b named. 

An Elegant Villa. 

"The Villa" is located at the last or nortb-weat- 
era gate of tbe Park. 

Epicurean Breakfast?, Tinners and Snppere, 
pr -pared on tbe snortest notice, 

G'JQIO MAN&EKBERG & CO., 

PitOPRIkTOBt). jy-lutf 




.W 



OYSTER GE0TT0 

A clean and respectable Oya'er 
HotuefittedUDpnrpoaelTfor Ladies' 

428 PINE STREET, 

Above the Oilifornia Market, between Kearny and 
Montgomery cxresta. 

X.W. MANNING, Proprietor. 

iel4-lm 



MORAGHAN& LYNCH, 

DEALERS IN 

OYSTERS, OLAMS an<1 all kinds- 
of Shell Fish. Stall 66 California! 



Market, ban Francisco. Open Day v 
aod Right. Kamilies, Public aril Pri- 
vate Parties, Rotela, Shipping and 

Rsstanrants sapplied. jd-lm 



'■W 



IO Cts. lOCts. lOCts. 

Par QUn for the Finest 

Wines and Liquors, 

aod the Celebrated 

FREDERICKSBURG BEER, 

— ur_ 

FRED- G. WENTWORTH'S 

SALOONI, 

601 KEARNY STREET, K. W. oor, Bu. 
jo-19 tl- 



GEORGE aUtTEB'_ 

DSAiKB IN OYSTFra, OUffiS ^■BK 
uadall Itiodf o! SHELL FISH, ^RT\ 
St^lsHca. 40, it. 4», Cliforni. T»i K| 
y^rk . '. . OBtrssee od Oalrtomia et r&e t *— ^ ^^ 
PabUoorprlTCt, pcrtiee fcjd temiUs, Btippliec 
tiouttr A.K. to 11 p. K. L.dlM' uid G« Qt'.em.B '- 
1n.wItMVoD«itR»fiuLtonpx; '4a771v 



YY ORYY IUB 

If TJhl yareSHIBTdatHo. 3 
4 koatomera R alwals soitrd tbar 
With the prysla tha eel thsre nnderwar 
And errl thing in the Fnrnlahlng line 
XT kan git yonr mnnnea worth errl time 
Toilet articles 2 of evert kind 
Jntt tri them once ec-d here in mind. 
At the Old 8tand 3 2nd 8t 
Ubilti-rjMstbatkaBtBa^e*- 

BBNKDICT «V CO. 



S. F. and M. P. B. R. Co. 

nn c z 

CHANGE OF TIME. 

THE CHEAPEST ROUTE TO THE GEYSERS. 

OK AND APTRR JOKE 1, 1S73. THE S1EAM- 
or ANTKLOPK. connBctiDg at Dooanae Lsnd- 
iug with tbe Sao Francisco & Korth Pocirlc Rail- 
road Company for Cloverdale and all intermediate 
atatioos. will leave San Francisco daily (Sac-days 
eacpUd), from FrOLt street Wharf, at 3 :3t) p.ac. ReV 
tnrninK, the train will leave Cloverdale daily at 
6:00 o'clock a m , connecting at Donanne with tbs 
ste meracd arriving in Sao Fianoieco at ll:ui) a it 
Ibe steamers and care makn oloae oonnsotiossf 
with etages to and from all points, 

SUNDAY EXCURS 0n7~AT REDUCED RATES. 

Leave San Franoiaco at 8 a. at. every Sunder 
arriving at UIov*rdal« at 1 o'clock p. m Returning 
will leave Oloverdale at 'J o'clock, arriving in 8aa 
Francisco at 2 o'cloo ■ This will alluw exoor- 
aionisbs several hoars st an* of the Dlaoes aioaj 
toe Hoe of ' b* road. For all information apply st 
ibe Ooispuu'soffloe. 49e)MoBW»nery street. 

Ou aod after Jnne let. the Steamer will Jean 
Han Franeieco st 2 SO, p.m.; tks oats will 'leave 
Olovordale at 6 a. at, 

aplB PETER DOKAHUE. President. 



Badger'sGentral Park, Oakland 



THESE BBAOTITCL GARDENS ARK NOW 
open for tbe season, and many of tne mas 
popular 

PlOiVIOS 

Will be held there. The attractions are names 
ooa. SKAflVG PAYIHON, MUSEUM, GYM- 
NASIUM. Skating free on week days. 

Adml««l->n. es Ceats 

ORILDRE\ JO OEKTS. apK tf 



DR. JORDAK'3 

GREAT ANATOMICAL MUSEU1. 

And iJolleire ofMCedlclne. 

IO OOO .BEAUTIFUL AND INSTRUOT- 
lU^UUU ire objects to be aetn. Qpen to tha 
Pablio DAY AND NIGHT, at EUREKA HALt 
« 18 Montgomery street. FOR MEN ONLY- 

eraT-DB, JOBDAB'S PBTVATB OFFICE io at BfT.1 
Geary street (opposite old Mechanics' Pavilion). 



IT'S HAHD TIJVISS 

. . . .THi-BEFOBE. , . . 

SAVE YOTJIt MONEY 

BT GOD1G TO 

THE PALACECF FASHION 

ANOTHER RXOFTEMENT ABOUT THR 
New ' tore, 17 Second afreet. oppOBite tbe 
Grand hotel. Olotbiog of tbe latest and most 
faabionnble etyles ma("« to order. Cheaper and 
better than at an; ether honse in the city. 

NOTE THlTpRICES. 
Pants., .from $6 to S 1 2 per pair 
Suits from S25 to $50 



A. MORRIS. 

IVo. W Second Street, 

i B 171m Opposite Orsad Hotel. 



HERE* 



The Great Tonic and Appetizer. 

Sale Ereriwhere. ms9 3m 



J. C COMBES, 
TERRAPIN LUNCH, 

Cor. Second and Tehama treats. 

e-Terrapln constantly on hand. 
Ojators in every et'le. PRIYATR 
SUPPER ROOMS F IB. PARTIES. 
dao&lai 



CANDIES. 



ALL KTADS OE THE FINEST OAJTDT 
ncade at oor Steam Candy Factory daily. AH 
srdete, npecally from tbe country, are solicited 
and PiU be promptly attended to. 

OASTY A W AGNES. 
Iftfl MoniffomarrH- n«ft* 8»tW 



ALHAMBRA LODGING HOUSE 

riKELY FtTS'TIBBBD BOOHS. 8IB- 

'.6 or'Ln euitc 
— eli^.nv.. and V«ntll»*^l. 

fHSgio 



Dnfaraianwl fiwm. to IM. Ijo&xaix 
or wltbcot baud. 1LIAMBU BD1LB: 
•ir 3nk.tmt. 



PIANOS 

....AKD.... 

ORGANS. 



ci 



ALL AND EXAMIVR KIVDS AND PRICKS 
befor. pareb»»iDg eleewhere. Good b.rg.ia. 
tobahid. 

A. I. BASCIOIT A. CO.. 
j«12tf ie8HHk.lrtrcct 



STEPHEN M AYBELL. 

Comedian. 

Parties wishing talent for city or conctry oaa 
sng gp the easne by addrestiag s note to bim ai 
this office. j-23-lm 



AFTER X«3LE 

THEATRES ARE OUT 

OO TO TBE 

Hot Sootoh, 

Batter street, near Kearny, 
And try one of their 

Hot Stotch's or Tom & Jerry's 

All I>r*Inl£S Ten Oentssl 

tali U JO*. D. BRIGGS. Pronrieser. 



BOKER'S BITTER3. 



THE UNDERSIGNED IS POLK AGRNT IH 
Ualifo-inia, for tbe sale of rhs above oel'e- 
brsted Bitt-rs. He Is prepared to deal vrita 
aferobanta and Jobbers no tbe most re as onable 
tersDs. WM. B. JOHNSTON, 

lull isa At) ■ Oalifornia streeb . 



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'MONTBOMERYS 
HOTEL. 



V«t. XVIII. ■. |. 



-.-&"— -» 



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BUCKLEY'S Nfl VARIETIES 



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fflff ALlABBRA TH1ATR1. 



— — rr— ..less 



MAOniFlEl't 






on.yv.-v-v.Het, show CALIFORNIA MINSTRELS. 



Ari: i* rMaBllUIKETr 

Billy Manning. Frank Moran & Robt. Fraser 

O O THOMPSON 



RoappoarAnoo 



■ J0KD4TI 

"MICH |,si| 

"*"I«iti,.. 
i&OlBB 



or Littio 



JOLT 16 



BAIfr^QTTA.1 
>aWe» — 



initi.iit n In Hnl."..i. 



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» I I H A ll'iUI 



■• HMI K.— Hefceel, nrw ... 



■Aor/ia 

■ HIT M • » X .N>. 

rum nun i % 

... II ii I, Mm. in \ lamiing 



'OLD BLACK JOE' 




■ V »*.».. ,.r 



•wMh 'Jli 



THE PRICH. 
'KiSBtafia pc 

-torn ill to W| 

MORRIS, 

Second 8ti 



I. *la luiih 

Ml*. UBI*t 

MonTiMonB. 

A CHARACTER DOUBLE FLIKG 

, ■•! ■ •* »»■»'•■. *4« w«r 

at Mk .r am-. .« i.Tn.mr»o» 



DODGING FOR A WIFF. 



.- Wa Mm 
... OHkialn 




.1.* Jll 



Mlti Hlaaebe 

t-a»av Wahejtctr 

/■»«iir aUlaae* 

Harry Dew»»w 

Malll**La F™rr*-(t 
.. ' r-6»*lra 



Te Ooeeiaie wilt 

tieie She Goes and There She Goes 

Mil I. a. P»'l*. Usr nm«t. DotoI ud K.'f rot 



I'm I Ni'i'dihI-. — OII<>. 



(OIK I'ulht MTTLR HAC AND MASTER JAMES 



T-.A.TJC3,^:iT>ZQr GrJZLG. 



r ■ •> * r «*ok 



riAM. MOIA!l 
■ AMNI*<». HART, OLAAE sad THOVP-QN 



BALI-AD JO. RISSEII, 



■on ru »«ik 



B. D. THOUPSOK: 



D J. SUKBWOOD 



THE MISCHIEVOUS MONKEY. 



LAHDI.AUY 

MKHIIR riOHTOLOOO 

H">K11 

OTRBTI'»-lbb*.l OLIak... 






MAHriR .ItMKR 

II .B BART 

I.ITTI.K KA« 

««»< AlfO UKCIHHTKA 



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Conolnding with MaODing'a gr.it api cialtj 

"ONE NIGHT IN A BAR ROOM. 

SMOOZKK hMorlgiaai Ch.ract-r Itll.LT MAIVMIIVO 

BARKEEPER BOB KRARRR 

SHABBY OITN1BEL... B. O. THOMPSON 

BOT LITTLE MAO 

ROWDY JIM BOB HART 

PKAOKAIK.R MASTER J AMES 



BELLA UNION THEATRE 



FIRST WEEK OF "SALLY ANN." 
JEI1V1VIID JOnNHON 



TMIt rVKRIRO JUL.T IS 



TV. T.,*IIMl » l alii ..a m ail a.lA 1A. 

MALE ANDF EMALE MINSTRELS 











PB«. . 






1 i A '■ t,* 

s». i.k.ur 










. — 







ticms of Mu«.lr Ml*.*. Lnura Hittor 



4 eagle «*>*■ 



i. nit. HiiUi. 
.. M»gH*>*t ( 1**1* 



ABSTJMPTION, 

Mm* • K. r Lob D-sae. Jobs WmIhii 



(1mri.i>|rr Aet 
mi* »»'.i i.*a 




I.-IC- «.rnr 

•*...if at- m. in 


Omiin 




Ur«bMU« 


Yin 

I ory Mat*- r» 

Hrm A-.IM 

«!>■• Mr»tit/trlb.. 
'••*•..• MeOrelh. 


l Mtbof 


it- l»sm) n 

J -b ■ i» J nkrivoa 
1'.>mmt Hul )o 

• ll«Fl»B.l 








Choice SflenioiH, 


MIkh Laura Hervoa 


Aft* 


f wblin I 


a* •(■id •■>iBit 



THE "1YIODOCS" 

0*B*nl Bint tin Jobs Woodwsr4 

l,o* Prl*«'>. f> t K»hr 

S.rc*»it Mall«ih«*>4 ,., Lon Dii*r» 

H4>l1l«r«, I r1iAi-»Dr1 »(f«4j'«n ^ ^ 

A>l IhNl 4HH.tr.. J*>np1r .l-hn.osk 



*.T>l*J*>a Wr.do- 



TwMRir ll*rs-si 



Uf«rtnr« urco.dir* 

CA88IM And X^niTSC 

Apt>*>r la b«w .' • .isli ,n 



lUllxl 

Uuifh «nni mid Ilanc« , 

T'linlr Sans: 

Knmlllur »nsndi 

f'n vnllf B»nm.. 



i..irulr> HI. « l..lr 

lir.l Mltrhltj 

.. MmI «" KfllF 

I on PUoi 

I.ciMb Out* 



To cocalud* with lb* t»o*h»»>l- tk«U>b 'ct r*d 

BOU1VCE3D 

Olurttlerttij Rilohlt. Br»*. K.llr. linon. Bwloo. Z» 
L.to«tl.s, uid LI. lis Harlud 



Look out for New Stars from the East 



COiBIS, 
IPIK LPACE 



run MOBKA. M>lal» ■»l«M. 

PACIFIC HOUSE^'^^-rrr 
OLYMPIC HOUSE.^-=:rtt^ 

»»l.«TOB* niTTRFLU 



gieAt 

Tiriolj 



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groit 

Ttriety 



At th« I X I. AUCTION STOKE. No. 618 «nii r.'in KBAHNV SRRBBT, cor. Cnmmrrtlil. 



TRUNKS AND VALISES 

SOPKRIOR, CUSTOM. MADB iWOPK; WAR. 
r«nt«d ■troDB sod dor«ble. At s-oftblj radcood 
priofS. J. OOKliV. Trank-niBksr, 239 MootRomurF 
*tr*«t, between ttoe *nd Ba*b. fBoloc thtt Ran 
Home Trunks R*»atred: Oovsnt Msds. jai In 




SEALS FESTIVAL 



■ ON. 



AMIES. 

M ™ /Sf aSB 



Sunday and Monday, July 20&2I. 




....AT THE.... 

Cit y Q-gnr<3.e iafii. 

|M"t lb. aoci.tioA ad4 atUaia who bATe cipreued 
heir tnUattoo. of ptftjcipAtlog In Iba .porfonnAooos on 
k. oooulM of 111* adduaI FaaUtaI And FAir of Ibe Be- 
utoUoi Ocd.r ot 8o»la At* tba following 



, ",„ < ^i»*_ 

rsjAjAYBBLl. 



^S«i'""i*» 



'ao FnneiAo) CAdtU, 
TtM OnjIiiAl OrpbAuiCiub 
To* T«ol»». 

iM A Frill 
A*ui Jwnoio Booth 
feoal* Jobntoa 

jllll. HMlAod 

in. ObAt. Corriol 
rfioBi* FiJlnor. 
'Aonii (lArreU in 
(at LmUa 
(aiaIi K-lly 
la-i. Robiioo 
ifAggu 81. OlAir 

tftiup* Br.wer 

Suli. Luoell*. 
(«y Col. oo An 
?te OtliforoU Jewe'l 
lunri. Btowut 
I«ry Eiogiloy 
'obany Btirr 
Am*s P Dano. 
;imdi BUwtrt 
<;<■ LonlAi 
dAFuk 
di» BI*D*k9 
!bil. Morrill 
d.lil. LkForwt 

jAooby 
' jbo Oo» on 



,»»*' 



MndiOD Luton 

KN TbAyor 

J S Torr.nca 

Oeo Uiockl.y 

Willi. Bimmj 

B W Purcy 

J.ke WaIIui 

B W EobUr 
. Cbu. Bohalkl 
I Henry Lukes 

Fred Ititohio 

Geo. OThompion 

Obti. Tbompeon 

Dad Lowry 

Hagli B<ibui3n 

Jm. C'.llon 

Eooi FreemAn 

Bob H.rt 

Mom Hcbmldt 
Mile. Tberwe 
Frei LyeUr 
Minnie Wtlton 
J W MrEeoAte, it. 
Smith A SeTertng 
Harry Bogera 
ZidceZ-lma 
Frink Mortimore 
Ned Kobar 
Obarlea Kohler 
Ktd Bonnelt 



Oontdbntions for prlzaa »nd far the Baza» hare alio 
leas, recoiled from the following partial : 

Thoa. W. Brae, BilTer-monntad Banjo, to be oon- 
•atad for by amatanr playari. 

0. A. Stewart, one Bei of Oigari. 

0. 0. Oanning, Arm or Holbroek & Co., order for a 
'air of Boobj. 

A. Oobn, two Boxm of Olgira. 

Bbaar 4 Keating, Saloon, oorner of Qeary and Da- 
mat •ireoti. order for a Hat. 

L«no.«t-r 4 Norton, 617 Washington itreet, order for 
i pair of (10 Panti, to mmanrf. 

Johnny Price, Silson, SSI Kearny itreet, Pair of Clog! 
mdSeaa. 

Mr. lu. Qibb, Saloon, (17 Mcrebant itreet, on* Cam 
if Wlaa, 

Mr. F. Q. Bdwarda, Oerpati eto., 633 aad (30 Oliy 
iMtt, on, raauter OnaUr, 



AT PLATT'S MUSIC HALL FIiATTS n ALL. 

ELECTRO -OPTICIAL ENTERTAINMENTS 

— BY TI1K- 

Great Decapitator Vanek! 



Only Five Highti. Commencing 

MONDAY, JOLT iil 

AN ENTIBB OHArtOB OF PROGRAMME MOUTLY 



PROGRAMME-PART I. 
TAJYBK Id ht« MainlaMBt And Brilll.Bt R.pTia«Q'attooa of 

'£UCTRIC»L MD OPTICAL SCIENCE." 



PARX II. 

Tbf) Ex'r •' lo r * dOrOAt^it of Illna ons 

DXlOAPIXATIOIOr t 

Grs«t»st s«BS4tioa of lh« davr, as p.rf jiihod by Prof. Vaot-k 
ov«r sixty tlmssst tbsUtudt Toaitr«, N. Y. 



PART 111* 

BRILLIANT OPTICAL CTCLORAMA 

By BsvvABB of Hrdro<Oirien Osi Appsrutai. 
Most bosnttfal Yiowi collected by Prof. Vsask dartns bis 

trip sroau.1 tb» Wcr d. 

l.-HOU VKNIKR 4'ANOLKTTRR. Tbis view roprftssnt* on 
•xiraAordlBsrybssatifil LBndioap*, la tbe fgr«Rr< osd a, boat 
tilled wuh l»lt»s nsT be s*ei) moTios aIocb * r»m»ntio brook 
Tb» Ub«1boad« tbsn ohsDisd to > wlt.tor seeae, dnrlo* A snow 
itorjs tod drlTibg io* 

». — TbsTKMPlaEof JDPiTRR, n-ar Rome, br m-OBlinht 

S.— Tba BURIflJfO OF THE iHEATHE Al DREHDLaV, 
A tr.nd avipoot. 

4.— A "■ I NO MILL IV AUSTRIA, with wio«m Whlrllnc. 

8.— A Vtsw of tba OaTUBDRaL AT MILAN, In I alp. 
Tba trafflo of paopla la avary wbara vlslbla, wbila a aaorad pro- 
ea»«ton aatiritb* Do-na. 

•L— MALABAR tllLL, Bombay. East India. 

1. - A SrORM A I' SEA: Aahipisaoaa laarlng the barbor 
of Anoooa Id alsar woatbsr; a iwrn ajradualty arlnea aod bt- 
o asasa satara barrloaaa, tDtarmlocled witn vif-id UtibSM of 
llibtiloff, dartDg whlob partod tba ship atrikar a rook and is 
wraokad Tbatky «I'ars op and a rainbow appears, wblta tba 
crew of tba Tsaial ara rs*.03ari b ? an aoproaohinn nttamer. 

a). —Tba TBMPLK OV DiIUONJI. In tba city Of Nojaoiikl, 
Jboad: t naosb>r nf Japaiasa ara asao Osli*eriBff tbelr pra»- r*. 

•.-a Viaw of BBTdLKHEM AT EVK.wltn the *t»r»ba»o 
Iba Oily. Tba He»Tfni apeo aod *nd ,BBlm»Ra of tliq Virgin 
Mary with tba tofat t Jexoi Obriet apafar In ttis osotre 

»«•.— i'haOULLKHtUM AT BOMB, In Roman tla«>a. Tba 
graataat arena and oirons in tha world. It was hsra tint tba 
gladtaiora woold Bsbtand fall id tbelr farootoaa at.afBles 
aiaiDst wild b*a*t», Lloae, Tigars aad Hiaoaa. 

Grand Uomio and Laagbsble MniaQm.to oonoloda witb tha 
matbacanataff BrilltaBtObaogs of Ooto-s. 



Door* Open at 7. 



.Commence at 8 P M. 



Re-openiog of Plstt'H Hall, after bavintr been com- 
pleeW BenoTatod aad fitted np vita FORTY-FIVE 
ri.IV ATE Boxed in Elegant Style. 

FAREWELL TDuToF AMERICA. 

MME. ANNA BISHOP 

....WILL OIVE.... 

Three Grand Concerts 

AT PLATT'S HALL, 

JULY ...17th, 18th & 19. 

ASSISTED BZ 

MR. ALFRED WILKIE, 

• B-isllBh Tenor. 

MR. L. O.'OOTTSCHALK, 

Kminiot Baritone. 

MR- FRANK GILDER, 

Brilliant Amsrieao Piantat 



PRI0B8 0P aDMISMOM.— Balooay.aod Orobastra Bea'a 
•LOO. ramtly B>»aa. aV0u. PaiQittta. W oanl*. Hast* rear l>a 
aaanratt at iba Mall from Bats.rd>y Jnly lVtb, b»*.w. en Hi A. M 
aad S P. M., wltboot axtra ahsrg". 

Wedneiday. Matinee for Ladiea & Children 1 



Programme. 
THURSDAY EVENING JULY 17 

I'ttrt l-'Ii-et, 
1— PIANO BOLO. Ti inscription. "Mlsarere." from "II 

Troratore VKHPI 

Mr. rrniib; Olld«r. 

*.— OAVATItfA, "Ooma into the Ga'den.Maod" Bau- 

Mr. Alfred WML-le. 
3 — REOITATIVB,' Bl Aria." "Ah, Oomt Rapid*" Prom 

tba opera, ''II Oroolsto id .Hggitto" Max aaBZEn 

KABAUH ANNA alls HO P. 

«V— OAVATISA, Iofellce.'BroaDr VebdI 

Mr. la. G. Oetlachailk. 

tt.-LtlLLAD. "Home. Sweat Horns" BiBBOP 

H1D1HS ANNA BHHOJ*. 

O.-BOMAWZA, "Hew So Pair." from "Martha" FLOTOW 

Mr. Alfred triune. 

?.— GRAKD DOKTIO, "Quant o Amoro," from "L' Plieir 

d' Am»r*j" Do»»aini 

MMK. AN1VA. BINUOP and £., ©. Oottacbalk. 

Part Second. 

. tttAttn Hfii n M*) poofmjsBj. "Silrar Spring". .W. Mabow 

I.— PIANO SOLO j (BJ w, rw .jf.od uonctrt Polka. . WauaAOT 

Mr. Frank Glider, 

f*,-DDET."Soaset" »• MAaaaTT 

MMB. ANNA BISHOP and Mr. A. WUUIe 

8. -BALLAD, "Heart Bowed Down" B*^' 

Mr. 1*. «a. eetfsekalk. 

4. -BALLAD BaBOr 

MMK. ANNA BMHOP. 

5. -SONG. "Mj Pratts Jane" Bishop 

Mr. Alfred Wllaiir. 
«.-THBLAUOaiWa TRIO, "Vadaaia Viadi qua 



..MaiBaTnri 
Miii«A ««„p J-g^rjjj wiuu. 



Festival and Fair 

—OF THE— 

BENEVOLENT 

PROTECTIVE ORDER 

-op- 

SEALS, 

WILL BE HELD AT THE 

CITY GARDENS, 

[-0N- 

Sunday and Monday 
iTTTHl* Y 20 cfe 21St. 

MEMBERS OF THE 

Dramatic, Musical and Equestrian 
Profession 

Desiring ti Tolanteor their aervicet 1 , and parlies with- 
ng to contribute Prlaea, pltaee aand their commum- 
catjona to 

A. W. BARK, C. 8. O. 8. 

At ibe A>»lae ~am»oai, TT3 Haakctatraa 

— OBTO— 

SHERIDAN CORBYN.C.8. 

Sua 16, |OM IFaaklaatoa Hreaj 




11 J01TBHA1 OF AaHJSEMTST.. 
;-nM!ab*d erer, Dm I* tbe Veero, 

CSS Afereaaat aad 6S« WnUW" •*• 
Below Moincoaier,, San 7maoi*oo. 



WEDNESDAY JULY 16, 1878 



AMU8EMJ5ST8. Kte. 

California Tb*»tre, 

Th8*omedjo( •DiTidGsTTick.' with Mr. Both- 
ern io tbe .III* «'*. b »* Dn>»edan lawnie suc- 
cess at ibis bouse, ud will m io crowded boueea 
tbiooffb toe week. 

Alkambra Tneatrw. 

BUI; M*B»ing b»o W4d* a decided bit io bis 
ongisaleb.rscUTef Baoexsr io"Ote Night io e 
Bar Room ;"Bobert Eraser appears in "The Drum 
Major ; Little Mm re "The MiscbteTous Monkey ;'' 
Frank afcrsn in "LaagbiniGaJ, and ethers in * 
capital 0U0 of eooo ead bnrai cork comedies 

Brllei rm«. 

MifB Laura Bervoo. Mies Letts Grar. Fred 
Riishie, Mru Jeooie Jobnsec, end a h«it of otn- 
•re will aprear tc-cigbt in e greet bill, which is 
pebi ished rat fan oo our first pegs. 

BadtlFy'e Varieties. 

Toe enaertninment git en at this hones is alsrars 
livelf end fail ol fan. This evening Geo. 0. Thomp- 
son will present toe Tory euoceaefal act or "Old 
Black Jot " with beautiful tableau*; Mortimore 
ssili appear la bis sketches; Hughe; Morton and 
otheiain "Irel .nd es, Africa," and othtrs mea- 
tioaed on oar first page in virions specialties. 

F-a re-will Eenefit of Owen Marlowe. 
Toe fan well be»*fit of the favorite oesaediee, 
Owen Marlowe, will take piece at 2 o'clock this 
afternoon at the Calift roia Theatre. The benefi- 
ciary will appear with Mies Micnie W.:t:n am 
"The Morning Call;" Frack Roche wi,l appear in 
"Scenes from Romeo end Juliet;" Miss Maggie 
Moore. MtCrackeo Becgietoe. Stephen May be 11 
Danlsl O'Ooanell, Charles Hill, J. 0. Wil l iamson' 
M'ile Marie Qsagaio and rain j others will appear 

n en olio of sob?, dances and recitations, sad the 
entertainment will corclade with "Eetharineand 
Petrecbio ; Miss Bella Pateman playing Katharine 
aadJehn McCnllongb, Petraohio. Toe fall iro 
jriBoms appears en oar first page. 

"Woodward's Gardens. 
Toe attendance on Sunday was iotmeoie. The 

aquarian, isstilltne centre .of attraction. Four- 
teen sea-lions disport them<elTee in theWbale 
Pood. On Snsday ntxt,M- Buisiaj will make aa 
ascension in his new mammoth balloon, "L* 
Geeat." 

Benefit to Sam Rickey. 

Oo Friday next. Bam Rickey, who is oertainly 
the most amusing and original Irish comedian oo 
the American stags, wid take his farewell benefit 
at the Albambra Theatre, and make hia last ap- 
pearance in San Francisco. A splendid bill will 
be presented *od numerous volateers will appear 
Bickey has well earned, sni will have a bumper, 
benefit, 

Madame Anna Bishop's Concerts, 

Madame Anna B'.efcop, tne universal favorite, it 
hereon her fourth sad last visit t* California. 
Twenty years ago this delightful vocalist sang in 
Sao Francisco, aid on her succeeding visits, de- 
ligbtad all as much as on ber first. Five years ago 
one of the largest audiences ever broegbt to- 
gether in Piatt's Hall listened jb breathless si- 
lence to Ma*ame Anna Bishop's delicious render 
ingot "Home, Sweet Home." Ooncerte will be 
given on Thursday, Friday and Saturday evening 3 
Dsxt. .at Piatt's Hall, by Madame Anna Bishop 
assisted by Alfred Wilkie, the English tenor, L* 
O, Gottecbalk, baritone, and Frank Gilder, the 
ta'ent*d American pianist. The full programme 
appears on our fl:et psge. Tee hall, whiob has 
been very handsomely renovated and fitted up 
witli a large number of comfortable open family 
boxes, after the Parisian style cf concert-balls 
preeects a decidedly improved appearance. 

The Orphana' Fair. 

Union Hall is a very pleasant plaee of resort a 
present. The Orphans' Fair being held there, 
presents many attract. ens. To-night theie will 
be staging and instrumental music, fortune-tel- 
ling and ether amusements. The Fair will cloie 
on Saturday evening. 

The Baby Show. 

Nearly t«o hundred entries are already made 
for the! g End baby show woicb is tj commence 
to-morrow at Pactfie Hall. This enterprise has 
caused ibe greatest excitement in all classes of 
society, sad all of them will be well represented. 
Tbe upper ten don t want some plebeian little 
baby to carry off tbe prize, and are entering their 
hign Lied babies to prsvent any such mialortune- 

Bareaque Opera. 

A pirty of amateurs are rehearsing a borleique 
version of tbe opera of "The Doctcr of Alcantara," 
wmcfa they intend to produce atone of tbe halls 
'■ San Francisco early in August. 

Pi o feasor Vanek. 
Professor Vanek who rank* with the greatest 

magicianaof Europe, and wbose wonderful decapi- 
tation feat has (tallied and a mas td all who est* 
Witnessed it will eommsnoe a season of five nights 
at Platte Hall on Monday next, la i ddition to 
ibis performance there will be an exhibition of 
eycloramio view*, with objects In motion and 
moonlight, firelight and sunlight effects. No such 
eotertaiomenl bss ever been given in San Francis- 
co and we doubt not that Professor Vanek will 
draw immense nooses. 

B, P. O. Seals Festival and Fair. 

A era d fe t val and fair will b; given by tbe Be- 
nevolent Protective Order of Seals, at the City Gar- 
dens, en Sunday end Monday, July 3>th and 21;t 
This order comprises actsre, mosiciaue, daocers " 
singers, p»ts, writers and many bright geniuses 
in o'bsr professions, and t'oey will doubtless get 
ap 03e of tbe beat este.'tainments ever offered to 
tbe pnblic Members of the dramatic, musical 
and equestrian professions desiring to volunteer 
• fox tais oecce'on, and parties wi-bing to offer 
pr ;«s, can cGicmunica'e with A. W. Bark, G. S 
" •_** 'he Lodge Rooms, "i Market street, or 



Notes . 

Joe Kurpby ~ m Arrive here during next month 
and will i pi0 t„ m aDOrt » e asoo with a full com- 
r«BJ at Platt'a Hall. 

Slgnor ataocs.i nas engaged for the com:n*{ 
season of Italian Opera, Sigoora v*iscoat|,*eedame 
SUtee, MUs TTadeworth, and otber .'avoriia artia- 
tee. He wishes » simpls guarantee of nam's oo 
hisenbacr .ption list. No money will becsUed in 
until tne season actually commences. 

Frank Mayo, the young and pop Ql » r Oalifor" 
nie aetor. will arrive, overland, to-night. 

OhsHctto Tcompeoo, who plsyed several eegsge- 
meota st the California Theatre soms three years 
since, is meeting with great success tverywhere in 
ber Caeum eogsgvments. 

Sotbern is doing t^e best businessat the Cali- 
fornia Theaere tbal baa ev. r been doaetbere. 
Tbertee^pteof tbe Bret two night- of "I>»vid Gar- 
ilck" were larger tt an the flist two ."Duadreary" 
nighte. . M — ^i 

Handsome is tlsat Hsndsomt Does. 

Ah ! beautiful is the ierjd8ruws of fend 
woman'i heart especially when there's a 
young nan in the esse. Becently a handsome 
young fslljw from BiltimoieassauJtaclaeiti- 
zen of Staunton, Vs., and he-wai ssnteueed in 
default of paving bis nne to the chain gang. 
While thegaogwas working near a young lt- 
dieB 1 seminaiy.tbeyouog ladies caughtsight 
of his handsome faae, aod it bo appealed to 
their sympathies that thsy clubbed tbeir 
money together and paid bis fine. He was 
a noble heart* d young man, and he xnanifes 
tad bis, gratitude by going off and getting 
druek. 

■■ W* i. -.- 

Girls of i tie Period. 

A 'etter from a girl, now going to ecboo. 
atTassar College, ?ontainB information of a 
■tartiing ebaractsr. Aitsr a request to send 
her down a box of toft slate pencils and 
gumdrops to ea', she says: "We do have 
such fun here. All the girls are made to 
participate in out-door exercises, and we 
row on the lake, ride borseb&ek, turn hand- 
springs, run foot races, and have heaps of 
fun. Bella Hastings cm climb a thirty-foot 
smooth pole in two minutes. Xeli Vivian 
(you remember her) can turn a handspring, 
and not make a wrinkle in her dresj, I put 
a beautiful head oc Mary Dedge yesterday, 

in the boxing-room." 

♦ — ■ 

Appreciative. 

We never said that the newspapers of 
San Jose were not appreciative. We only 
said that tbe people who had te pay for ad- 
m-siion to theatrical entertainments and 
concerts held on to tbeir dollars with a 
deadly grip. Tbe Mercury is appreciative. 
Speaking of Miss Fanny Marston it says: 

Her voice is of remarkable compass and 
power, and exhibits a high degree of culti- 
vation. We have beard many of tbe first 
gingers of the world, and cannot recall one 
whose power and expression exceed that of 
Miss Marston. 

That's something like an endorsement. 
Patepa Bobs, Alboni, Patti, Grisi, Nileson* 
hide tour distinguished heads but per- 
haps after all theedi er of the Mtreury has 
never beard these artiates and dees not 
know that they are among "the first Biugers 
of tbe world." It is a pity af :er all this that 
Miss Marston didn't make more than two 
dollars and six bits over expenses by her 
coneert las t nigh*. 

An Amiable Old Sottaerner . 

The Savannah Advertiser says: "An old 
lady selling eggs yesterday asked, as is usual, 
"What's the news?" "The latest," said the 
obliging clerk, "is that tbe Yankees have 
got the Modocs." The eld lady struck her 
knuckles on the counter and exclaimed, 
"I hope tbe last one of 'em wdl die of it!" 

PhotoarapMc Carus. 

At one dollar per doxen at the Peoples Art 
Gallery, S4 Third street between Stevenson and 

Miailon street. a 

For "Wagon. Hardware. 

Oo to B. F. Osborn k 3o's.. importers and deal- 
ers at "51 Market Street. Bee advertisement. 6a 



Certainly. 

Tr.e San Jose Mercury cil'i pon FigabO 
to do justioe to San Jces by Btating tbat 
tbe people of that city turned out by thous- 
ands to go to the circus We do bo with 
pkasure. A circoBis just the kind of show 
ths people of San Joee eao appreciate, 

Neu»ei.hted Animate. 

A short time since a cat was seen fitting 
quietly at the door of an optician in the Bne 
Trnffaut, wearing a pair of spectacles. The 
cat.' s master explained that animals were as 
often ehort s'gbted as men, and suffered the 
same incjnveolence from that infirmity 
"Many horses, sud he, "are afflicted io the 
same manner, and I hope the spectacles, for 
wbicb I have taken out a patent, will have a 
great suec *■%. But I do not stop there. We 
often observe fowls in poultry yardsdie buI- 
denly, though shortly before in ge;d eon- 
dition. This is caused by a rnahdy of the 
eye; they no longer se» tbeir food, and suc- 
cumb from iuannition." And tbe ingenious 
artist showed ssveral miniature pairs of 
blue and whits spectacles, such aa might 
be worn by dolls— 8 apposing tbem t? need 
such appendages. 

— - — * 

A F*ble. 

A jackal, who had pursued a deer all day 
with unflagging industry, was about lo seize 
him, when an earthquake, which was doing 
a little engineering in tbat part of tbe coun- 
t-y. openei a broad chasm between him and 
his prey. 

'Now here," said he, "is a distinct itter- 
ference with the lawe of nature. But if we 
are te tolerate miracles, there is an end cf 
progress." 

Bo speaking, be endeavored to oross the 
abyffi at two jumps. His fate would serve 
the purpose of an impressive warning, if it 
might be clearly ascertained; but the earth 
having immediately pinebed together again, 
t to research of the moral investigator is 
banned. 



Ladles "Vlsalttna Cerds. 

Written, engraved or printed by Jobit F. 
Dwrr.B, 126 Batter street, opposite Lick House, 
and at the Grand Betel. V, B.— Hajtkee- 
oaxiTs KrAixx icabkizi. PaaaUitHEn* of ever? 
description to order. a 



j. Waugaman's 
"Cblgazo Beer Depot," 033 Baoramento street, 
between Montgomery and Kesrnr. The cele 
brated " Chicago Lager Beer," and the best of 
liquors. Daily ln.cb, with lobster salad aod 
other delicacies, prepared by the epicurean 
George Butt. Beer, 10 cents. Begnlar Ger- 
man lunches, caviar, Swiss cheese and fand- 
wicnee, served to order. To lunch at Wauga- 
man's 1b tee thing. 5- 



Pratt's Abolition Oil. 
Ourea Lame Back and Paralysis. 



AfiertheTneatres are oxit 

Ton should not fall to go and try some excellent 
Eastern Clam Chowder at the Hot Bcotcb, 334* 
Bn°n Street, their liquors cannot be excelled, the 
onlf Saloon where a good Tom and Jerrp or Hot 
Puncbbs can be got. all drinks plain or fancy 10 
cents, go there once and again yon will go. n 



Pratt's AboUtioa OIL 

Tbe People's Bemedy for all Aches andPains, 



All description of Jewelry 

Attbevery lowest prices at A. A. Oal'endai ■ 
91 Stcocd Street, eor of Mission 7p 



Crie> Best Remedies. 
Dr. Perry's Last Chance, for pain. Dr. Per. 
;y's Webfoot Pills, for aU bilious complaints. 
or sale by all druggists. Agency, 417 Bauaome 
treet, corner of Commercial, 



A. .Yew Invoice. 

Fine imported cigars, 
BnsD street. 



at Fred. W. Beexla. 3 1 



Good CI s-ar a. 

S co tt , yon alwayB smoke good cigars, wbat brand 
do yon smoke, and where do yea buy tbem? 
James, I'll tell yon. Irmoke Fred's Choice, yon 
•an boy them at Fred. W. Scer)>, 311 Bosb St. I 



McDowell, Snow Card. Writer 

Beady made and made to order. Boom 10, 

608 Market street, eor. Post and Montgomery u 



OB. 



with Sheridan Corbyn.G.B.. Boom 16, 620 Waah- 
inr 00 street. The Ihi of volunteers lor tnis af 
fair appears on oar first page. 

AnATOinoAL Mcsur*.— one of the most 

oaaple olleetkrae of the krnd in the United 
•tatee, mpnsisg hundreda of ocstly and beat- 
'Uul wti models, is daily on view (to gentlemen 
ealy) at *ne Mateom oa Kontgomery street. Aa 
Boar may be orofitabij> aneat here- 

3P*sx>*llc Accommodation. 

Wtahu., .eft at the office before 8a. af., can 
be returned la the evening If required; we 

csrer iu^ppcl^:: "h.^; CbeVOi Lasidrr* 1— 
Lelae&dorl street. • 



foij.rtxi of July, 

Strangers. Lailes k Qen'Ieccan. before yon 
leave the city, visit the Carpet & Furniture 
Emporium of JOHN 0. BELL nearly opposite 
the Grand Hotel oo Market st. Also folding 
Chairs, Camp Stools. The Weed Carp.t 
Sweeper, s the fine; t auortments of Lace 
Curtains In the State. fir. 



Five Hundred Men Wanted 

Immediately. To send their washing to the 
ffhat Cheer Laundry, 121 Leldeedorff St. * 



Alexander viae Great. 

We have always believed In: his existence 
hi. fame, and his exploits ar« historical, (and- 
par consequence, we also believe In his re> 
Downed Bit ed Bucephalus but we never conld 
have faith In t ? at mythical, wingad steed Pe 
gasna till th* v ther day, on the Cliff House 
road we taw alaam go by on the "wings of the 
wiad"aad now, there is no limit to our credu- 
lity lo what horeen eah can do. If the ttaeds are 
supplied by Crittenden k Dalton, Turf Gallery 
Stables 209 Batter 8 reel. 



Smoker* Attention, 

Anew invoice of fine Meridianis, four .for fifty 
cents, at F. W. Scerl?. 311 Bash street. 3 



Dont ReadXliis, 

For if you do yon will sprnd all of your 
Binney buying your family dress-good^, noa- 
lerlea, table-clo:bt, children's outfit*-, etc., at 
the cheapest and most fsBhlooaMe place In the 
city. Frledlander A Oo'a, So. 9 Third street 1 
Nucleus Building: s.b. 

Geo. Haas.& Oo. 

The great Candy Emporium, 20 Eeazny St, 
near Market. Cs ( 



Good Ifews. 

My ouatomers and the pnbllc are notified 
that the openine of Montgomery Avenue will 
act necessitate my removal, but that I etiU 
keep the largest, best assorted and chetp-st 
ttock of men and boys clothing In the city 

Also great bargains In gent's furnishing goods 
trunks, viiisep, ha-s etc,. Call before prnchas* 
ug. H. Peyser, 719 Montgomery street, first 
store north of Washington &. 



Pratt's Abolition OH 
&>tree aieumaUana and Neuralgia 



When to see Sothem you have been, 

Before you take your homeward journey, 

At "Spiers and PonaV saloon drop in 
On S, W. corner Bush an! Beamy, 

Pure Liquors there will win your thanks, 
Beatore you!— for you must be weary 

With laughing at tbe "quips and cranks*' 

Of "Brother Sam" and "Lord Dundreary." 



Woman's ftisrixrs. 

One would think tbat it was one of woman's 
rights to enjoy as good a dinner as a man, and 
pay the fame price for It, Nearly all the res- 
taurants " for ladies and gentlemen" in Ban 
Francisco have poorer fare than those where 
gentlemen only dine. Thf.bk is as xxoeftiok. 
At the Piosxeb BEBTAunAjrx, on Washington 
street, at the corner of Dunbar Alley, ladies can 
get an excellent breakfast, dinner or lunch, at 
a reasonable price. Henry Bocken, established 
since 18*9, provides every iuiury the market 
affords. Beth ladles and gentlemen And there 
-Jishee to riease tne most epicurean taste. * 



Fruitand Confectionery. 

For the very finest Fruit and Confectionery 
go to 0. Wler'd Fruit Bazaar, csrner of Stock- 
ton and Oliy Streets. „• Fine stock of cigars 
and Tobacco. — *6w. 



9aro. Mootu, 

Formerly of Bass House Carriages, can be 
ound in front of Coleman Bros, clothing es- 
ebliehmeELi, Bonthweet corner Bush and Mont- 
gomery sts., or Dexter Stables. Carriage orders 
1 jft at either place promptly attended to day 
■r night, at rednoed rates. *>e 



Star Shirts and Collars. 

All sorts and sizes, for sale cheap, at tbe 
What Cheer Laundry, 121 LeideedortT st, • 



We get no business from Chinese, and we 
employ none to do our work, at the What Cheer 
Laundry Office. 121 Xeidesdorff arreet, * 



What all Ladies are rond of. 

Ladies are fond of whatever is elegant and 
luxurious til the world over, snd nothing ap- 
peals so Btrongly to their dominant passion in 
thtt respect as a handsome tarriage, with ety- 
llah appointments and spirited bor tea. It is 
not to be wondered at, therefore, that a lady's 
envy is excited at seeing a more wealthy mem- 
ber of her e«x la a beautiful Clarence, or other 
fashionable vehicle, with a proud, dathing 
team. It is important to know that ibe Occi- 
dental Ca-rlagee, which are lecond to none In 
elegance, may be need by any lady in the city 
at any horjr for any length of time she may 
desire. This virtually places those who engage 
them on an equai rooting with the most fortu- 
nate of their sex. and social baimony is there 
by established. Orders for these favorite car- 
riages may Deleft at the Occidental Hotel, or 
at Benton & Boh'e etaulee, N*. l£M Stockton 
l street * 



Dv % Barlow J. Smith 

la giving a cours of Free Lectures to Gentle- 
men on Beaoal Physiology and Nerrous Dis- 
eases at his Hygelan Hall, 637 California street, 
every Friday evening, commencing at 7 H o'clock, 
a part of the evening la devoted to examining 
and prescribing for patients.. Dr. Smith gives 
phrenological examinations In regard to health 
te invalids dally, from 9 to * r at-, free. w 



Free ofDanger, 

The latest Bensation belog worked op by tbe pa- 
pers is founded en a report that a gentleman be- 
came Inoculated with disease by smoking a cigar 
made by a Chinaman. Those who do not wish to 
run a similar risk can avoid it by purchasing their 
oigarsofH. Bailiff at either of his stores 330 and 
9*2 Kearny Street. Mr. Sutl.ff manages to sell ei- 
gara made by white man as cheap as others sell 
Chinese cigars. His sales are large and he la con- 
tent with a small profit. Tbonga sixteen years ia 
business be has never ample? ed a Ohineae dgar 
maker, from conoienttoai convictions, and never 
intends to do so. Kow let those who are in earnest 
in their opposition to Ohineae cheap labor prove it 
by giving their patronage t>one who practically 
proves hia principles, and at tbe same time avoid 
the fate cf the unfortunate gentleman who smoked 
a cigar which had been beslobbered by an unheal t by 
h. athea t 1 

W B. Skellenberger, 122 Montgomery Street, 
Real Estate, Faxaldhsd Houses and Boom', 
Select Boarding places, rents collided, Furni- 
ture bought and sold. Bu ineas opportunities 



S.F.BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

KooaaeUere and station**-*. 
EL H. Moore, W9 Montgomery, near Merchant, 

Business Colleges. 
Heald'e, Bryant k Straitens College, 24 Poet street 

Butcher*. 
Kelt, Fred, Stalls 94 to 100. Oaliforara-Merkat, 

Bentlatt. 
H. F. Pope, 6 Montgomery Street. 

Employment Office, 
Chinese Employment Co.— Fierce A Co., £27 Sac- 
ramento street. 

French Fancy ftoedi, 
Loenn A Oo., 19 Montgomery, 107 and 109 Butts*. 

Hair Jewelry, 
H. A. Oaliender, manufacturer, 62 Second street. 



Sampson, A. B. « Co.. 110 Second street. 

Searcher of Records, 
O. V. Gillespie, 6U Washington street. 

Silver Prlae Dreaa Fitting:. 

Mae. BrOBSe, No. 34 Third strei t. 

'Watches and Jewelry. 
H, A. Callender 62 Second street. 

Wbltesers sand Paper IlaB&rera. 
A* W. Whelden, 122 Geary street. 

Wines and Uquors. IWoolesale.) 
Danerl F. 4 Co.. 504 Front. 



ASSESSMENT ROLL OF 
SAN FRANCISCO, 
!873- , 74. 



CLERK'B OFFICE, BOABD OF BUPEBVI- 
sore, San Francisco, Jn'y7, 1873 
Pablio notice is hereby giv-n, in accordance 
with Section Ho 2 654 of ibe Political Code, tbat- 
tne AeaeaementfRoil of the City ajd County of 
San Francisco, for the fiscal year 1873-74. has beeo 
completed and delivered over to me as Olerk of the 
Board of SnoTvisore. and will be cpeo daily for 
examination in thi* cf&ce from 9 o'clock A. M. to A 
o'clock P. af. . acd tbat said Beard of Supervisors 
met to examine the AssesBmeot Roll and equalize 
the aaeeisujent of propert? on this MONDAY 
ifl ERSOOJN". Jq'j 7to,lb73, at 2 o'clock, snd will 
continue in session from time to time until tbe 
bnaineBSof eq n a'izstion presented to teem is dis- 
posed of, but not later than tbe 28th day of July 
1873. 

All Applications for Correction of As- 
sessments are Required to be Veri- 
fied by Oath, 

Pnblio notceis also hereby (riven tbat in ac- 
cordance with Sections 1897 aod 1893 of the Po- 
litical Code, tbe Military Boll hsB been comple- 
ted, delivered over to me, and is now opto fer ex- 
amination and oorrecli&n as provided by law 
Extract From Political Cod*. 
Section 3627.— All property must be assessed at 
its full cash value. 

Section i67i, Ibe Board of Supervi-orB of each 
oountymust meet oc tbe first Monday in July 
in each year, to examine tbe assessment book aoa 
equalize tbe aseXesmeat of propeity in 1 he county 
It must oontime id session for.that purpose from 
time to time until the business of «qu*I*z%tion is 
disposed of, bnt not later than the fourth Mon- 
day in July. •** 

section 3673.— The Board bus the power to de- 
termine all complaints lo regard to the asseessd 
value of property, and mar (except as prohibited 
in tois Title) correct any valuation by addirp or 
deducting such sum as mar be necessary to make 
it conform t*' t :-e actn&l cash valne. 

Section Ct-T-S — No reduction must be mad", in 
the va'oatloH of property, nn'ess tbe party tff^c- 
ted thereby or bis exeat mafeesand files with the 
Beaid a written application therefor, verified by 
his osib. BbowiDK the facts upon whiob it la 
olsiuud sort) reduction sbon'd be made. 

Section 3675.— Before ths Board gran's the ap- 
plicative or rn-ikes any redaction applied for. it 
mast first examine, en oath, the person or the 
asent making the application touching tbe va ue 
of the property of Bucb person. No reduotion 
must be made unless surh person or the ne» nt 
mafcinr tbe appl eation ait»ade and answers all 
questions pertinent to the itqoirr- 

Section 3676— Upon tbe h&tr.cg of the appli- 
cation the Board may subtCBoa each witne&ees. 
hear and take suoh evidence in relatiou to the 
sobject pending as in lis discretion it may deem 
proper. JNO. A BO tSELL, 

jy-9 td OlArk Board of Sapeivisors. 



THE OLD 

Hot SootCll, 

IS MortcB Street. Dear Keurny, 

All X>rixi]f8 Ten Cents 
Hot Prinks a Specialty. 

THE BEST TOM »0 JERRY IR TOWN. 

Always on file the New York Herald, Harper's 
Weekly, Frank Leslie's, Day's Doings, Police Ga 
sette, all tne California papers, also Londor. 
Punch. BeU'aliife, IDnatrated London .News. Gall 
sod satisfy yourself. 

•»- 2= 

feTU 



HALL'S - 

S A R , A' 

S A l L 

PAR 

/ \ 

YELLOW* 
DOCK 

JLHD 

IODIDE of POTASS 

npHI BEST SPRING) HESiein 

la m«, Pni-lfle. *He Blo*4 mt all 
morbid, eorrcpt and InpnM -maner. 
Care* Baeamatltm aad Mercnrtal rain*. 
Sold by all Branlats. 



AOEJTCY, 411 IAISOMI STKE1T, 

SOLE AGHNTB FSB 

DB. riKBI'l LAST CHANCE aad 

DB. PEBBrt WKBrOOT PILLS. 

jo-U 



POSTERS, 

' PrograaunsB, and *U kinds of PrinUac fox 
SHOW, LlOrUSI, CMOIBT, THK- 
ATU aad CIKCTJS MAN AS KBS, 
AT LOW BATHS, BT 

13. 17". Sterett 

538 CI.A.X STREET. mat 



THOMAS W. BREE. 
8IL1VEH PliATHH 

>• HASUFll/rDRIBi 
JT BBPi^BBB,^^ 

Q0 DRUaSJNRJOS, w»Vl 

OTOIB BTUS1CAX, afSTKTJMENTS. 

ESTABLISHED IS 1S«S. 

*» f ■!*,■! 1 aiiia 1 ■! 1 11 00 tbe Banjo aod Dram. H» 
MIBBION STREET, between Flret and Second. 

N. B.— Fiae-ton*d BUrar Solo Baajoi lor Pro- 
atalonal* alaars oir b*Dd. 1*15 u 



FREE AND EASY. 

ITJXT IATTS1AT JI6HI. 



Piano audi Slnrlni at 8 P.M. 



CHARING 



♦j. 



SALOON' 



OOC Mission street, near Second 
delO EAGLES *t WILD, Proprietor 



MISS N. SCULLY, 

v LADLBB' 

FASHIONABLE HAIR DRESSER 

Bas Removed to 
r 844 WASHINGTON ST., 

Four doors below Stockton BtroB' 
Haimork of all Descriptions made to order 
Obarg&s moderate, jell Imj 




Philadelphia Restaurant. 

OHAS. T. BERGOLD, PBOPBIKTOB. 



n -fll — 

-Vegetables, Board hy tne weed. ■ kC a^^i 
" " ..PINE STREET between Kearny ^»jy^| 



■^HE OHOI0EBT MEATS AITDJ 



marlf 1(P_ 



MILITARY GOODS 

....AMD. .. 

GOLD AND SILVER THEATRIC*! 
TRIMMINGS, 

SS5 MantsoaaerT etreet, Kaoaa No 

athHtl T. KODGEBS JOHNSOB. 



EDWARD PEEL 8t CO. 

0S5 and «27 "Washington -treet, 

HAVE OPENED A COOKING ESTABLISH 
aoecit a* this slice for tbe parDoseof prepai 
Ine BALL bTJPPKRS and LUNCHEB FOR PIC 
MCS AND SALOONS, on tbe mott lesEonabl 
terns. Lunches tfelivered in any part cf the oft 
free of charge. Tbe p&lrooage of the ssloooi 1 
tbe city is respectfully bo I belted. ju1,lm 

PIPER'S OPERA H008EI 

VIUeHIA CITTf, IZTAlla, 

THIS BLEOAHT THBATBE HAS BBSS Bl 
decorated, and can be rented b, tbe night c 
3, tbe week. Stare and traveling- oomaaala 
'iberall, treatod with on application b, letter 
J CMS PIPES, 
Manager and sole Prqprietar • 
Or to J. H. Btl> iff. 
6*0 Wasfcinetr™ atreet. San Franefa*,. 



DB. LEE CHUN GEE 

CELEBRATED 

CMnese Piysioiau 

1017 DtJPONT STREET, 

Between Pacific and Jackson Sta, 

Oarea all dieeaee. Moderate obargee. j-U 



Wa£dbOB. Proprietoi. ' f eU tl 



SANGER HALLI 

(SINGER'S HALL,) 
ls\ OEABT ST.. KELaVK KKABK1 



None fe>D4 the Choicest Brands of "Wlaw 
a sid Liquor* os hand. 



DEPOT WEYAND k lASCHt'S BAY BREWER 
OBJUE rpPMaKM, 



ill' 







MONTBOMERY S 
HOTEL. 

■ 



• *-■ rRAPOIMO. YNl'MDAT. JCI I 



' 



BUCKLEY'S x W VARIETIES 



raw i! 



rv 





MAGumiai 



on 1 ,v.,. ; ,M,v., i «,.h.- CALIFORNIA MINSTRELS. 



»>» 



WHERE CANT! 



LUIRETIIS: 



Q- O THOMPSON 

Trlln rv, •. I Jfl.T n 

FIRST PART OF WIT. SOIG HO FUH •"" «Vi 



Billy Manning-. Frank Moran & Robt . Fraser 
n.O£*ipi30£\r«%rioo or l_,lttlo Mao. 



BELLA UNION THEATRE 

■ ■»■ * » ■ IftaWiwA -a«kW ffMTM«M 

■ »«>**•» i w "m*. i r . hw. 

FIRST WEEK OF "SALLY ANN." 

■ ' i AlllMI 

jeiiviviej aoriNaoN 



THIS EVKMIMO 



JOLT n 



Ta. P.f (m«i*m «in immi v ,» ,», 

MALE ANDF EMALE MINSTRELS 



jolt i • 



i -KnC'ilnlnn I n In Knli 



iPUATn 



PEEl « c0 



I CI"' 



IflU* 



jttffl* 



>-" 



M*>it. ■ • r 



'OLD BLACK JOE' 



r . -i ... 



MORTXMOHI. 

■ T 111. r«MM "»-.'* mop!'a>ru 04 lnw 

■>« _»» ■ ..... ......... not. 

D0DGI5G FOR A WIFF. 

.- 
"4 Meekewre M 

- t (U MmIm .... Ml Mm 

■ «M*4 MIm MlMtht 

»•*•!!•- r«w«r Wa,twM«Mr 

Irtes, Jig... X«41r Z*Im« 

•HE-KlMB).,- Hwry kfewey 

• a. II aval . Haiti* t.m Forroat 

Otartar* Orabeatra 

T« Uvaaia4e tin 

Here She Goes and There She Goes 

MlWW, Pree Itftiatr*, D--j* ud K»ly Zaa 



riaeTT* UIRI WITH 4 MJ •« at » * 

KIN U.K. -Srhool, n. * 



III I I V M t N M N •*. 

I 
riAR K MUlAi 

Hart, Moran * Manning 







Pnrt Ncivind. — 


Olio. 


COMIC POIht 


LITTLE MAC A>D MASTKK JAMES 


BALLAD ... 










P|OI rum 


LATJOI1IIVG Ga-AS. 

■ '■■ItU, IIAKT.UI.AIIK .04 THOVF O > 


■X-XXES 

■ •>■ r«mi 


X>X^.TTIMC 

H D. TU0HP80B 


MAJOR. 

D. J BHRRWOOD 



THE MISCHIEVOUS MONKEY. 

UStH.ADT tMASTTRJAMBS 

MKMUtB F HUM YOLO CO n.BHlRT 

»"»K«T LITrLIMAC 

OTCKTUJU-AlibiniOlilBI r.VAMn ABTD OHVHEATBA 

CoDclodiog with M.uciog'B great specialty 

'ONE NIGHT IN A BAE BOOH." 

■ XnoZKK biioni.DllObirutir Ill 1,1. Y MANNING 

r.ARK-KPER BOB 1'RANhR 

SHABBY OENIKKL... H. D. THOMPSON 

BJY LITTLE MAO 

ROWDY JIM BOB HART 

PEAOKAB.E MASTER JAMES 



• -.: hi 



<tom« ef Vln^lr Ml** I,»nr» Hit'oh 

r.arr li««.. I. Mil. Ma. I ... 

1 uMlr *•.. MaaataM ( lair 

2Lfe»filXJ TSWE PTION, 

Umi« K-liy. 1 on l> ion .l,-,:, r WrL.l-.erd 
Ihnrcrl'r A" l.nll *. «*) . m T 

ni»» ivM i.*m ■■■>■ k.. «.)•.« 

(V-erier* UrohMM 

Firti wn. of (tie loeal Kk.el.1. 

SALLY A.TST1V ! 

Ltttt Mao*, re Jeneta Jnbnaoe 

n-.r, A. I- red Rt cUi 

Ml . Tommr Uirtoo 

. Ltllle Herlead 

L)»tj«ti Md.ni' Twmi BrM 

Choice Selections, Mi** Laura Berron 

THE, "1YIODOCS" 

O-evril B.di.b •»«*" Woodw»f4 

»* t ^* 11 * 

Sar.ra^t Mall.th-.d Loo Dlion 

Mo.diari. I dl»r.i»tid ttr.«Ur. 

A'l 1k»l Willie-- Jennie .l..ha.uB 

THICK O* HEABINO. 

UT_t>riare OrrtjMtf* 

OAS SI OMC »M3.c* FRITSB 

App«-r Id newt-'* tut 1 n 

If n Had M-iMle »*, « lulr 

llnifh Nonii und Dance Frfrt KlUkta 

Comic Nont Muk e -i*?llF 

Fitmltliir l»aancl* l-on Dl.o« 

Fnvnll«l-ni;. f.o.mOr..y 

To CODOlnd* with th« ■■□Rbftbli. • keloh oct't ed 

BOUNCED 

OharAO.«ribj Ritohte, Bra*. Ksllr. Diioo. BatIod, Z% 
Lstosllna. and Lllli* Hi.rli.nd 

Look out for New Stars from the East 



THS MUDKL LrODSlMtt H«L»i 



PACIFIC HOUSE, 
OLYMPIC HOUSE,", 



Oar. tfO«ai 



j atrvel. «f» 
H A I. & TON A OOTRKLL 



Cr.it 



HATS 




SAT$ 



great 

YAriety 



At the I X L Al TI ON' STORE, No. cils nn* ft'jfi KEARNY SKRKET, cor. Commercial. 



TRUNKS AND VALISES 

SUPERIOR, 0UST0M-MADB|W0RK; WAB- 
rantvd utrneg and dnrablo. at K'e.itlj- redroixl 
prio*a. J. OORIN, Trunk- maker, 236 MontnomarT 
■tr»Bt. betwcai Pio* and Bu*b. faainK tbo Rom 
Home. Trnoka Repaired: OaTem Madfl. ja< I» 



6EAN 



Festival and Fair 



-OF THE— 



BENEVOLENT 

PROTECTIVE ORDER 

-OF- 

SEALS, 

WILL BE HELD A.T THE 

CITY GARDENS, 

I— ON- 

Sunday and Monday 
arTJ x_. y ao cfc 2ist. 

MEMBEBB OF THE 

Dramatic, Musicat and Equestrian 
Profession 

Dtairing to volunteer their services, tnd vartiM wiih- 
j«e oootribat* Prlzea, please und their commuul- 

A. W BARK, C. 8. O. 8. 

AU Ik* X,. <a« Baeaa. TJS Muktt Mrcc 

— OBTO— 
•HERIDAN CORBYN.C.S. 

BMW 1«. |*M Vuiunn »tre« 



AT PLATT'S MUSIC HALL F 



ELECTfiO-OPTICIAl ENTERTAINMENTS 

-BY THE— 

Great Decapitator Vanek! 

Only Five Nights. Commencing 

MONDAY, J0LT SSI 

AN ENTIBB OHANOE OF PBOORAMME MOSTLY 



PROORAMME--PART I. 

VANPK in bu MasvlflMot aod Br.lli.at Bepf,..o>atloo. of 

'ELECTRICAL AND OPTICAL SCIENCE." 



PART II. 
Th.Batr o rllnir .- d Ore.it at of rinaoD. 

DECAPITATION ! 



PART III. 

BRILLIANT OPTICAL CYCLORAMA 

By me >aa of H.Vdro-Oxj ir«n flu« App irutm, 

Moat b'.taotlful Vibwb oolleotad by Prof. Vunek dunns bia 
trip around tbe Wir'd. 

l.-HOUVK.NIKR d'ANOLBTTRB. Tbiavlew represtoti An 
eziraordinarr baantifol Ltvodtoap*, In tbe foresr<uod a, boat 
flile4 with lei let m«vv be eean movinK t\looi? a romant<o brook 
TQe (•■d»onpe then obaniced tJ a win tar eeena, daring*, eaotr 
-t.nrm and drttirM loo. 

«.— TbaTPMPL,Eof JDPITER, n«»r Rome, bf mnoBlijtht 

8. -Tbe BURN1HQ OF TUB IHEATRR Al DaESDiirt, 
Air nd avipeot. 

i.-A WINDMILL in AUSTRIA, with winsa Whirling. 

S.-AView of tbe OATfJBDRAL AT MILAN, In lalf. 
Tbe trafllo of people la every wbere vtilble, wbile a eeored pro- 
oeeaiOB entsritbe Dome. 

fl.-MALABAR HILL. Bombajr, Beat lodia. 

T.-A STORM AT BEA; A ahtp ia aeen leaving tbe b arbor 
of Anooaalo clear weatber: a storm graiaillr erisna and ba- 
o-aee a aevere burrioane, intermingled witb vivid fliabea of 
Ugbtolng, daripg which period tbe abip etrlkea a root, and ia 
wreaked. Tbelkr cl'Are ap and a rainbow aypearn, while tee 
orew of tbe vea.el are reaened b," an approiobing ateamer. 

8.— Tbe TKMPLHOF DaIUONJI, in tbe uitr or Nnjaaaki, 
Jeoan : tnonbir of Japaiete are aaeo delivering tbelr pra*>r«. 

•.-a View of BBTULKHKM AT BVE. wito tbe -tar ab»"e 
cb* Oltr. Tbe ueeven* epen and and ac image of the Virgin 
tary with tbe Infect Je>na Ohriit apeear in tne osatre 

AV.-The 00LLEH1UM AT ROMK. in Roman tim«e. Tbe 
eraiteat arena and oItcdb in the world. It waa here tbit tbe 
glad let ore wonld QKbtand fail in their ferooiOna at.'Ugglea 
avainat wild baaat', Liona, Tigere and H?enae. 

Grand Coorloand Leo unable Mtuenm, to oooelade with the 
math ■mnsing Brllliaot Obar^a of (Jolo-». 



Re-openiog of Piatt's Hall, after Lavinct been com- 
ple ely BenoTated and fitted up with FORTY-FIYE 
PRIVATE Boxes in Elegant Style. 

FAREWELL TOIrToF AMERICA. 

MME. ANNA BISHOP 

....WILL GIVE.... 

Three Grand Concerts 

AT PLATT'S HALL, 

JULY 17th, 18th & 19. 

ASSISTED BY 
MR. ALFRED WILKIE, 

English Tenor. 
MR. L. Q. OOTTSCHALK, 

l . _ 4. -J Em n in I, Biruonn.- V 

« MR FRANK' GILDER, 

-' Brilliant Amerieao Piaallt 



Programme. 

THURSDAY EVENING JOLT 17 

fart I^irait. 

1-PiANO SOLO. Triaicriptlon. "Mieerere." from "II 

Tro.atoM VEBT.I 

Br, fraak Slider. 

• .-OAVATItfA, "Oome Into tbe Ga-den, Mand".. Balf 

:»w«fni ~v-.-*nMr. Alfred "Wllkl*.. Hi flrHBaVaVi 
8.— RECITATIVE, ' El Aria." "Ah. Oeml Rapid." from 

toe opera, "II Omol.to 10 .Eggltto" MerEBBKEa 

HADAVa AMA illSBIOF. 

4.-0AVATINA. Iolellce, 'Bmani' Vebdi 

Mr. K.. CI. eotleehalk. 

5 -BALLAD. "Hoae, Sweet Boma" Bishop 

MADAME ANMA BHHOr. 

«.-ROMAIJZA. "How Bo Pair." Irom "H.rtha" FLOTOW 

Mr. Alfred Wllkle 
T.— GRAND DUETTO. "Q »anto Amore," from "L' Pli.lr 

d' Amore" DONmsaTTt 

MME. AHKA BKHOP and I., G. e.lueb.lk. 



Door. Open at 7. 



Commence at 9 P NT. 



PBIOBSOP ADMI^aioai .— Balooaj. aod OrchMtra heal. 
ai.O0. .aaailr BtBMV V.Oti. Parqastta, 50 o.at.. He.t. mar b. 
,.cur*d at tbe tlall frooa Satard. j Juir Uth, b.tw.an 10 A. II. 
bod 3 P. at., wltbont rxtra ohira.. 



Wednesday. Matinee for Ladies A Children 



Prirc Second. 

. .„.. Bn ,„((*)NootnrQ.."Silrer8prlDa"-.W.M«flOM 

1,-PIAKO SOLO j; 8 ) Pint GrindOO00.it Polka. .WAIXAOa 

Mr, Frank Glider. 

a.-DUET."Bon.et" g. MaasaXT 

MME. AIHA BlSflOP and Mr, A. Wllkle 

a.— BALLAD, "HOBrt Boned Dowo" SAtf 

Mr. I* G. Gott.ckulk. 

4. -BALLAD Btaaop 

MME. ANNA BHn«P. 

«.— S3NG. "MrPretlr J.na". Bishop 

Mr. A'frrd -Wnkl.. 

6.-THSLADGBIMG TBIO. ■■Vadaaia VladI Qoa".. i ... , 

. .MAarrKI 

MaaK. a<IA Manor. Mr. Alfred Wllk'e 
™" Md Mr. X. B. SattMhalk. 



WDR. AIKIN 

^W Core* Bee«Bt mn4 Chronic I>l-venae« of 

EYE, EAR, THROAT, LUBOS aod HEART— Oatarrb, Deaf 
neae, Diaohargea from the Kara, Weak or It flamed Eree, OortAh 

Debilitr. Kpiiopav, Nenralgia, Rbeomatlsm. Drapepeia, Pile 
Sorofoia, Dropay, eto. 

I,oUi<-». married or single, aaenred apeedr, safe ottre of 
Irredalaritiee, Pain, Bappreeaion. weakneea, Prolapaoa, ehj.. 
Sterilitv. Ovarian and other Diaeaaea remedied. AVOID - 
DRUGS. 
•rur.cer-e, Tnmsre. Weaa and Marks skillfully removed, 
■or All Oonfldentlal Uaaert Faithfully Attended. 
Youthi und Hen, no matter what they've read or doe- 
>red. oao rely on sure remedy of deformity, debility, or dia- 
eeae wearing on body and mind- No quackery or Deception. 
Beat raeeaa known for rapid, easy onre (avoiding danger, aru- 
feriog, exposure or loaa of time) of obatinale and special dla- 
■ oaea wltbout meroory, poisona or nanaeona drugs. Complete 
care (where all others fail) of worst oaeee and any aymptotxu 
leftfrom bed treatment ornegleot. -*f» ' 
Free Oonaaltatlooa. All Medtolnea, etc., furnished, 
Oell, or write yonr oaae. Address, N. J. AIKIN. M/ p., 
ear Office. 504 Kearny Btreet. IN. B. Corner of California 
alreet, ban Franoieoo, Oaf. 1*& 



liiiicstiiT^r 

Single Outside Rooms, 

wtia— 

No. 1 Spring Beds and Hair Math-asses, 

AT THE — 

BRANCH HOUSE, 

All SANSOME 8T2KET. COB. ClAT, 

AT 

X'LTt-y 0«xm,ta> por AVlfilat, 
And Loss by the Week. 

OPB1V Alili TaTIGBT 

Apr-38 L. 1. SWELL, Proprietor. 



PIONEER SHOE MANUFACTORY 




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THE JOPWIAL OF AMTJBBKEKT8. 

published every Dwta*« **ar °* 
£>_ BOGARDT7S 

fSX M«r€b«*at »»■ fiS* Wsnsklnslton eta. 

Below Montgomery, ■*» Tintoaeoo. 



THURSDAY JULY 17, 1879 



AMUSEMENTS, Etc 

C»U*>rnl* THeatre, 

"l?e-id GarTica"'.edrawiog— to the credit of tbe 
good ne- *.**>* intellect of San FraaeUoo. be u 
•aid— even larger boat** than did *Onf Aminctn 
Qooair,' aid "Brotaer Sam." It fa a batter comedy 
then e tDer of tnese. and Mr. Bothirn in U« 
C baratc>r which he plays not only gaina admiral 
ion lor bit teleata bat tba aimpetby cf ihe ao- 
dience for a man of bODor aad a net it mm 
David Ginick" wtll ba played every *t#d- 
ing Una week and at tbt biiIcm on Saturday 



Alhambra Tb*a(r«, 

The popularity cf Billy Manning ao f-i fromdlr- 
sntoieblng ii on the Increase, and ha could if tu 
•■gag. men t la ether part, of tba country par- 
milled it, become at much a nxtnreei wee Billy 
Btce'aon. Id* publio ara daligbted with bi» 
6cocr.tr in "One Ififbt io a Bar Room. Fraok 
Mono U Tery popular both io tba flm pari aod 
acu. »Dd Bob Fraeer, Lllt'e Mac, Bob Bart, aod 
tbeottom maaior «p fie brill an*. •osxbmation 
known H Maraira'a California Mmrtrsls civ* ao 
tBUrUiomtit whicb can scar.tly b* ee.ual#d. 

Balla. I'nion . 

Hits Maggie Kelly, Lob DIzoo aod Job* Wood- 
ard canae considerable amniemrnt lo to* act of 
"Arearcp'-ion" Mia, Ltara Bervoo singe popolar 
ballad* io good etyle, Caaalm and Friis appear io 
thrilling g moaetic fiats, and many other perfor- 
mances, tpeeifled on oar Am page make np a good 
#Ten:c£'( entenatarflcDt. 

BocJ*J*->f Varielk*. 
G. O. Tborapaoo baa mada a decided bit io "Old 

Black Joe," wbtch ia press, tad with ao original 
aod sinking tablaaa. Mortimore's sketebee a e 
▼arr popolar, Ned Buckley canae* many a beam 
leegfa.acd tba company it a vary wall arranged 
aod talaoiad one. 

The Barjy Show. 

Pec-nc Hall has been splendidly fltt d op for 
theieceptionof iba infant leprteertitires of that 
partioo of the eoversltu people resident in Cali- 
fornia. Tbt floor basbMOcar^eaad, more mirrors 
aave been introduced ta reflect tba chirms ol 
■con, of tabiee, aad wreaths and floweraaddto 
tba genera'. eff;o\ aod make it the prettiest nur- 
sery Imaginable. Tbii exhibition ieqoite soovel- 
ty io fiao Fraccisco. t^oegb similar onae have be,a 
giren arii a great anoeaaa la London, Melbourne, 
Haw York aod other large cities io various par W of 
ice world. Tbouaanda will visit it: everyone ia 
iotere*t d. bo many people have bebiee, and each 
mo-.ner ia ao apt t» consider her cam baby the 
pre. teit, that a perfect furore baa been raised 
Of coo-ss tbie exhibition of California babies will 
far t ornate a!l ctter exhibitions of a similar c hi; - 
rct*r inarf other city, for cv*rjbody knows thai 
CaJtforniatibiea are the fioat io tba world. It ia 
l.ncfcy that < he lilt of prizei offered is a large aod 
liberal ore, or sesuredly many cotatg mother aod 
food fathers wootd be disappointed. It appears 
io f all oo oar flint page, and ctmpriaes armlits. 
gUffg mugs, medals.garriag'S.eloaks, dresses at d 
other article!. The low "rice of admission will 
eoab.'eall tu rirli tleBiby 8k* »• The doors will 
be op to *« m'rrpv from V> AH, to 1 p. :« aod 
from 1 : if to .' : 3i< P. U. 

Owen Harlow* Par.wtll Ueritflt. 

Tee fsrewrll benefit of this admirable light 
comediio sod geotal genUemaa tookp'aooat the 
C'aJi'orcra Theatre yesterdar aftsrnooo. There 
was a goodly na ter of the friends and admirers of 
Mr. Marlowe, the lower portion of the boose was 
welfii'ed. Tiie stage box oa the right hand aile 
wa, baadBomely deoorited with fiais aod flierers 
Ud ru occupied bribe i'avor of San Francisco. 
S'be pr?gn;* u >* waaa very varied aid ir.rAetrre 
one, and was we.'} carried oat, "The Morning 
Uall" waJTerypleaaiBgly p?aysd by ihe beotnolary 
aod Miea Mincie Waltio. who ^ill ereloog make 
b*r Istt stp-axioce before the Sao FnnciKo ps'o- 
lic aad bid taem aiieti. Ao olio followed. Miss 
Maggie Moore delighted the aodieoce io "Chic; 
Ohew t 3nn» "and "The RoTiog Irish Biy." Mc- 
Cncieo Baogle'.^e, gare a serie-c^mio reciution 
with gocd taTeet, Mite Marie Gaagaia and Urns 
Boifjaj daooed , pa, de d*nx la admirable style 
Tjhaile* Hill aacg a serio-comic eoog "That a where 
yoarasketbe Mistake," aod though be br^oght 
•ot the "aerio" rath, r than the "comic." gained 
• mtilenWo applaaae »nrl an encore. Mies i\,i\. 
lie Sackeit watleti fortooa'e in her acrio-comie 
fcor.jt. which drew ehoott of ironical applaase 
W, A. Meitayer, J. O. Williaatson aod Stephen 
Majtell ftave recitations, Daolel O'Connor read 
an erigioel farewell addrae-laod the ben fijlaryde- 
iirered "The Bine and th. Gray," with nceeffect. 
At the conclusion of this as he waa going off the 
atage, he was ttopped by W. A. Meetaycr, who in 
a speech, cootaloiog beaatiful alluaioas to Calo 
aad Abal, preteoted Mr, Marlowe with a rer/ 
bsaiiteme gold headed aa'kiog stick, tayiog, "If 
I t ain't t > c resent yen with tb ; a slick. I inoulda't 
mtkeau able speech." or something to tbatleffeo*. 
It was rery em xaing, sod the audience cried "Ob,'' 
de:i(htedly Mr. Marlowe was choking with emo- 
tion, aod wanted ta get off in* stage, but h- wae 
etoppeo by J. C. Williamson, who preseated h m. 
oo to a part of members of the Bohemian Cloh. 
with a saagnifijieot gold watch aod chain. This 
aearry fioiEhed Marlowe, who stammered oat 'I 
aboad like to make a speech, but I can't," aad 
bolted from the siaxc. It waa ntber tryiog, as 
tbeee preseou were reallj a surprise, Mr. Marlowe 
knowing nothing about them. The performance 
eoacladcd w;tu "Katharine and PetrocbJo,'' ia 
which Miss Bella Patrman dfd some splendid arf> 
eg as Katberne : Jobu McC'ullougtt w*e excelleai 
as Peirachlo " aod Robert Pate man made a capf- 
ul Groxoio. Miss Bella PatJinan. who ia fll.iog 
ta her aaawner Tacalioo, b/ plajicg io this city 
:t a reallj admirable actress, and we re«rat thi t 
■he did out appear at seme theatre where th i sap- 
port and atase acceesor.ee woaid be worthy cf 
cer uleat.aa it is bow, she is bid dm from the 
public tIsw, We hop* Mtss PaK map will pay a 
aaooad Tistt toSau Fracciicouoder more firora. 
b e a ob pices. 

Professor Vaaek. 

This great profetaor cf m^gic an will commence 
A shoit se- = "c at Piatt's Halt on Monday rexu 
Eitperfc ioe ia of an extremely varied aa wal 

BjiaotertaiLiog character, as may be seen by refer- 
run to a synopsis givea oa oar first page. 

•MUTOMTOAC artruy.— One ol the mort 
caropleta eolleetione ot the kind in too rjaitad 
hiaua, aorr-rjist hondrela of coetly aad baaa- 
elrul wax m : _ ...Is, is daily oo view (to gentlemea 
stly) at the Maaenaa on Montgomery sutau An 
igmi may be croClably soent tarft. 



Plata's Hall. 

To-iigi-t the oniT»r-al faTorite and world-re- 
oowced vjcaliai, Madaae Aona Bishop, will give 
thafimof a tanesof three .fareweil ccecerts at 
thEa Ca'l, which ia iterecoustraoted form preaecti 
a Tery sttrmetlva sppearsnse. The lamona can- 
tatrtc, will h, ataiit d by A fred WILie, tner.es- 
lithtener;L. G. Gottichalk, the baritone ; ted 
Frank GUitr. the Amaiican plailet. In tie first 
part. Mm*. Aaaa Bishop will siog a radiative an ■ 
aria by Meyerbeer, aod also that sorg dearth 
everyone. "H- me. Sweet Home." Thi, portion of 
the evening's entertain moat will conclude with 
the duet, "Qoaoto Amors. fr.aa "i/ £liiir 
o'Aaicre. ' b; bar aod h. Oa GotUrbalk. Thasee- 
o;d portion ta eqaally attract va Frank Glider 
wUlperf raaaeec.iooefrom W. Maaoo aod Wal- 
laje: L.G.GoiU.halkwillsing"Tbe Heart Bswsd 
Dowo." and other selection, arill be giveo. The 
full programme appears on onr Lrit race. 

ffoodwarrt'* Gardens. 

The attend a nee on Sunday waa immense. The 
aqoarinas Is still tar centre {of sitraoilon. Four- 
teen wa-Iiooa diepart them-eivee in theWnsla 
Pond. Oo buday naxt.M. Buialaj will make an 
aaoeonon is his oew mammoth balloon, "La 
Geant." 

Benefit le> Sana Rickey. 

Oa Friday next. Bam Biekey, who fa certainly 
Ihe most amusing and original Irish comedian oa 
toe American stage, will take hia farewell beaefit 
at the Alhambra Theatre, and make bis !a«t ap 
pearsnee in San Praotrscc. A splendid bill will 
be preaenied and numerous v,loUera will appear 
Rickey haa well earned, snl will have a tamper. 
benefit. 

The Orpnasai' Fair. 

Union Hail it a very pleasant place of resere at 
present. The Orpbaos' Fair baing held there 
preeenu aaanr attractions. Te-oigfat seer* w.u 
be singing aod lnatrumeotal music, fortcne-tel 

iagard other amusements. The Fair will cloae 

a Saturday eveainr. 

B. P. O. Seals Festival and Fair. 

A gra-dfe.1 vel aedfair will be given by the Be- 
nevolent Protective Order of Seals, at the City Gai- 

ens, en Sunday and Monday, Joly 20th and H«t 
Thi, order comprisee actere, mostciaa,, daocers 
singers, pcete, writers and many bright geniuses 
ia other professioni. and they will donbtlees get 
up one of the belt eetertvinmeats ever offered to 
the poblie. Members of the dramatic, musical 
and eqaeetrian profesiioas deBiring to volunteer 
for t Die occoeioo, and parties wi.hing to offer 
prizes, ceo communicate with A. W. Bark. G. S 
0. S.. at the Lodge Boone, 773 Market street, or 
with Sheridan Oorbye, G. 8., Room 16, 620 Wash - 
iogtoa street. 7be liit of volunteers for thleaf 
fair appear, on our fl-st page. 



Twentj- Tnousand 

Paper ColUre, all gtvlse, for sale cheap at the 
What Chear LflQDdry, office 131 Leldesdorffet. 



Oyatera. 
In fltroLUng roccd tie otter oigbt. 
To look at 'Frisco by gas light, 
unx CArelec feat, by chance did stray 
Ts where a /oontalu's ceaseless play 
Oisipaikliiig waters, made a soieen 
Thronath which a sweet benqnet waf aees ; 
While mossy r.cne iiid pearly shell, 
O'er which the waters softly feLU 
Made that window re^m.tc be 
Rome lairy grotto ot the Eea. 

stop," said my friend, "let's go In her*— 
it laosa ao nice— and try their cheer." 
"All right," I said, "I must agie* 
That this place suite me to a 'T.'" 
Bo sooner had we lonnd a seat 
Than at car side a waiter neat 
Made his appearance, asked our wish- 
Bald they bad si most acy dish 
That we might same. We found It true, 
And cooked *r*affmf.*ently, too; 
All kinds of oysters, juicy, fat, 
Cooked every style; jnst think of that, 
And If your month don't water, then 
You're different from other men. 
They'd clam sand crabs and terrapins ; 
In fact, wc found they bad within 
That cosy plaocoti kinds of g&iue, 
Fish, It.*** 1 or towl which, we ootid, came, 
While eTery dish u>1?j I «b B€j; 
Prepared to tempt an epicure*. 
The ladles, too, have fo&nd, twonld eeenj, 
That they havs here the best Ice cxeara; 
So bete they flock, the little sinners, 
To get what they call "such nice dinners, " 
Whoever doubts this let him rush 
To three hundred thirty-seven Bosh, 
And there this troth he'll find made plain: 
Who goes there once will go again, 
Pacific Oyster Eon,*. SS7 Bush street, above 

•Tontgorcery; open Day and Sight. 

OHABLES HAAKZ. Proprietor, 

For Wnfi; >xa Hardware. 

Go to R. F. O-born A Jo's., importers and deai- 
traat751 Market Street. See advertisement. 6a 



A Totally DixTerwrat View; 

The stags has been writ'eo np, by bo miny 
different writers, in so m,ny different way,, 
that it is somewhat nn-p ieiog, no one bai 
ever entered fally into, at.d crit'eizsd ihe 
appearance of tbeaurfience from tie stage. 
No one learns to read tbe human f*ce ia its 
various pbate, toooer than tbe ycung tc or 
who witb uervoce glacce deccribes gmongst 
the stern critics gathered together in ' 'mur- 
d rers alley," some fits leu cruel than tbe 
other*, which d-.esnet follow withreleritlcii 
eye, tbe every movement of his limbs. Few 
cao ie 1 bow strange itie to g*zo on a vast 
Beaof Lamm faces, all corjcentrated in one 
long nntiriog stare. Jott watch tbe eager 
and excited old gentlertidn who is following 
every line tie bero rjt'ers, inwardly cursing 
tbe villiao, and wiping bis dear old spectac- 
les bedeweJ by tears wteo thelowooinedian 
has got off some "devilish clever thing yon 
know." Lounging in tho corner of tLe drtss 
circle are two or three young men tryiog 
theirutmest to look unconcerned, playiog 
witb their cpera glasses which enable them 
to ogle every young lady in tbe house, much 
to the fair damselp,diBguat, tke3e young men 
app.'and when tLe galltry does, aod look 
with Tjoutterable di'guet on anybody who 
appears' to appretiata the play. Not far 
from there we see tLe fotd and anxious 
mother wipiog her Tommy's Dose, kissing 
the baby, reproving the first born and wak 
iog papa for whom al-s! the drama has no 
attraction, tbe dear old lady is from tbe 
csnntry; wbat does she osre for, tte scorn- 
ful glances of the faebionably dressed folks, 
flbe's there to enjoy herself, and that settles 
it. 

Above are the Gods whose every bravo in- 
spires, and who are feared more than the 
critics pen, there they sit cmkirjg tbeir pea- 
Dut? : munching, and applauding.and growl 
ing by trjrcB, while some offa Fcientdfio turn 
are launching tteir paper kites much to tbe 
diBgust of the oeen^ant of the loTrer portion 
of tte house whom it strik*8. 



W B. Skellenbergt-r, i22 Uontiomery Street, 
Beal Est at >, Foroiahsd Hauses and Boom?, 
Select Boarding places, rents collected, Purni- 
tnre bought and sold. Bu iness opportunities 



PHo tog-raphic Cat^s. 

At oca dollai per dozen at the Feop'e* Art 
Gallery, S* Third street between Stevenson and 

•fission Btrert. 



Fourth ciJuiy, 

Strangers . La:les & Gen'leman, before you 
leave the city, visit ihe Carpet b Furniture 
Emporium of JOHN 0. BELL nearly opposite 
the Grand "Hotel on Market et. Alto folding 
Chairs, Camp Stoels. ThB Weed Ca'P't 
aweeper, s the finest assortments of Lace 
Curtains In tbe Bute. pp. 

tTlve Hnnared Men Wanted 

Immediately To send their waBhing to the 
rThat Cheer Laundry, 131 Leideedorff st. * 



Alexander tne Great. 

We have always believed in: his existence 
hi* fame, and his exploits sri hlstorlcil, (and- 
^ar coosiquencc, we alro believe in his re- 
nowned steed tyac?phalnF) but we never could 
have faith int. Mt mv:hi -at, w!ng*d steed Pe 
gaea? till tb? - ther day, on the Cliff House 
road w.* taw hot go by oo the "wings of tbe 
wlod" and now, there is no limit to our ere dn- 
litj In what horseflesh can do. if the steed, are 
supplied by Crittenden & Dalton, Turf Gallery 
Stables 209 Batter Sreet. 



E»va*»lic Accommodation. 

Wifehing leit at the office before 8 a. m., can 
be returned is. the evening if required; we 
never disappoint! what Ohe-ci Lanndrr, 121 
LsiaesdorT street. ' . 

rile Beat. Bemodlee, 

Dr. Perry's Last Chance, for pain. Dr. Per- 
ry's webfoot pqib, for all bilious complaints. 
or 6ale by all droggiete. Agency, *17 Sansome 
treet, oemer of Comme rcial. 



Good Clg-ars. 

Soot t, yon always smoke toed cigars, what brand 
do yon smoke, and where do yon bay tSem? 
James, I'll tell yon. 1 smoke Fred's Choice, yon 
can bay them at Fred. W. Scerl'e . 311 Bush bt. i 

McDoweU, Show Card Writer 

Beady made and made to order. Boom 10, 

608 Market street, ccr. Po B t and Montgomery v 

When to see Sothtm you have b«n, 

Eef r^you takeyocr homeward jonrnfy, 

At "Spiers and PonoV saloon Crop in 
On S, W. corner Bu;h and Hearny, 

Pure liqpita there will win yonr thanxa, 
Bestore yool— for yon must be wtary 

Wrtb laughing at the "quips and craakV' 

Of "Brother Ssm" »ad "i*:d Dusdrenry.'' 

•Tomsn's Rights. 

One would think that it was one of wonran's 
rights to enjoy as good a dinner as a man, and 
pay the same price for it. Nearly all the res- 
Uurants "for ladies and gettlemen" in San 
Francisco have poorer fare than those where 
gentlemen only dine. Them is aw sxoxpixon. 
At the Piokeeb BreTaxsAjn, on Washington 
street, at tbe corner of Dunbar Alley, ladies can 
get an excellent breaifaet, dinner or lunch, at 
a reasonable price. Henry Bocken, established 
since 1849, provides every injury the market 
afloras. Both ladles and gentlemen find there 
Wishes to riease tne moEt epicurean taste, * 

Frultand Confectionery. 

fcr tne very finest Frnit and Confectionery 
go to 0. T/ier'd Fruit Bazaar, corner of stock. 
ton and OHy Streets., Fine stock of cigars 
acd Totacco. _ *$ Wm 

Sam Moor^ 

Formerly of Buss House OarriageB, can be 
onnd in front of Coleman Bros. " clothing es- 
ablishmenx, southwest corner £ush a&d Mont- 
?omery ?ts,, or Dexter Btablee. Carrtace orders 
l~.it at either place promptly attended to day 
er night, et reduced rates. -*q 



SsBok.era Attention, 

A new ioTOiceof fine Meridianie, four .for fifty 
ceais.atF. W. Scerre, Sll Both street. i 



Dont ReadThte, 

For if you do yon will sptnd all of your 
nKcey buying your family drers*goed~, tos- 
leriea, table-clO'h^, children's oaiflts, etc , at 
the cheapest acd most fashionable place in the 
city. Frledlander bt Go's, No. 9 Third street* 
Kuclens Building: s.b. 

— - ■ - e ■ — 

Geo. Haas. A Oo. 

The great Candy Emporium, 20 Kearny Bt, 
near Market. Cs, 

Good 



My customers and the public are notified 
that the openine of Montgomery Avenue will 
act necessitate my removal, bat that I still 
keep the largest, beet assorted and cheapest 
stock of men aod boys clothing In the city 

Also great bargains in gent's furnishing goods 
trunks, valises, bats etc,, Call before pruohaE- 
ng. H. Peyser, 719 Montgomery Etreet, first 
statu north of Washington 6l. 

Pratt's Abolition Oil 

Cures Rheumatism and Keuralgla 3 



Star Shirts tana. Collars. 

All sorts and sizes, for ta ; e cheap, at the 
What Cheer Laundry, 121 Leideedorff st. • 



W* get no business from Chinese, and we 
employ none to do our work, at the Wbat Cheer 
Laundry Office. 121 Leldesdorff street. * 



What all Ladles are rond of. 

Ladies in fund of whatever is elegant and 
luxurious ill tbe world over, and nothing ap- 
peals io strongly to their dominant passion In 
that respect ae a handsome (arriage, with tty- 
lUh appointments and spirited hone*. It is 
not to be wondered at, therefore, that a lady', 
envy Is excited at seeing a more wealthy mem- 
ber of hsr sex in a beaatifoi Clarence, or other 
fashionable vehicle, with a proud, dashing 
team. It is important to know that the Ooci- 
dental Cariages, which are iscond to none In 
elegance, may be need by any lady in the city 
at any hour for any length of time she may 
desire. This virtually places those who engage 
them on an equal rooting with the most fortu- 
nate of their sex. and social humosy ia there 
by established, Orders for theee favorite car- 
si ages may beleft at the Occidental Hotel, or 
at Bouton fc Boa's eteblee, N*. \01« Stockton 
Etreet * 



Irish. Lager. 

A Vaiick street saloon-keeper announces 
by sign-board: "Irish Lager Bier." N. Y. 
Ex. 

That is DOthinf. We have had for years 
"Irish Lager," manufacture:! by Mr. ISnnan 
at tbe "Hibernia Brewery," on How. rd 
street near Ninth, and it's all the same si 
Dutch to?. 



A photographer requested that his sign 
'Taken from life." should be bis epitaph. 



If you have a blight thought, express it in 
tbe simplest language. 



vThen a nanghty iitt e boy breaks a window 
ho should be puoishsd, on the principle that 
panes atd penalties go together. 



Ladles ~Viatltin« Cards. 
Written, engraved or printed by Joan P. 

Dwtxb, 126 gutter street, opposite Lick House, 
and at the Grand Hotel. S, B.— Hatokeb- 
CBirrs keatlt jurxn). Peviufbbxp of every 
description to order. 



Asa I-,. Waugsman'a 

"Obigazo Beer Depot," 623 Sacramento street 
between Montgomery and Eeerny. The cele 
orated " Chicago Lager Beer," and the best of 
liquors. Daily ta&cb, with labittr salad aod 
other delicacies, prepared by tbe epicurean 
George Butt. Beer, 10 cents. Regular 6er- 
mau lunches, caviar, Swiss cheese and sand- 
wicnee, served to order. To lunsh at Wauga- 
man's is the thing. 5. 



Pratt's Abolition Oil. 

Cures Lome Back and Paralysis. 



S-L 



k>r. Barlow J. Smith 

Is giving a cours of Free Lectures to Gentle- 
men on Sexoal Physiology and Nervous DIb- 
aases at his Hygelan Hall, 637 California street. 
STery Friday evening, commencing 1 1 7 % o'clock 
A part of the evening Is devoted to examining 
and prescribing for patients.. Dr. Smith gives 
phrenological examinatiocs in regard to health 
to invalids daily, from 9 to * p m., free. w 



Free ofDanger. 

The latest sensation beiog worked op by the pa- 
pers ia founded en a report that a gentleman be- 
came iDocntaud with disease by smoking a cigar 
made byaOhiDaman. Tbosewhodo not wiab t3 
ran similar risk caa avoid it by purchasing their 
cisaraof H.SutlirTateiihsrof bis stores MOend 
m Keiray Street. Mr. SnU.ff manage* to sell ri- 
ser* made by white men a Cheap as others sell 
Ohinese oigars. Hisealeeare laraeacd be ia con- 
tent witb a small profit. Tfcongb sixteen yeareio 
bnsinees be haa never empleyed a Obinsie cigar 
maker, from ooneientiom convictions, and never 
intends to do bo. Kowlettbose who are in earnest 
io tbeir oppoeltion to Ohinese ebeap labor prove it 
by giving their patronage taone who praetioally 
proves bis principles, and at tbe same time avoid 
the fate cf tbe anfortnna'e gentleman who smoked 
* oigar which bad been beslobbered by an unhealthy 
h-aabea 



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IODIDE of POTASS 

rnM BEST 8PKUS MIDKIIll 

In IK. Purine, the Blood of nil 
morbid, e*rrK*t nnd lmpore matter. 
Cure, KnennMllam and Mercurial Palant 
Sold by nil Dr,, s l,u. 



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SOLE AGEHTB FOB 

IS- P«B«1'I LIST CHJJtcr nnd I 

DB. PEBBTS VFJGBFOOT PILIA 

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Prcgrwnnies, nnd nU kind, of Printiof for 

SHOW. LJECITJKK, COItCJKJKT. TUB. 

1IKI nnd CIKCTS llAKAeEIS, 

AT LOW BATES, BY 

3B. "F*. tstexretrt 

SSS CLAT 8TBMT. mil 



S.F. BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

Boolcaellers and Static a^rs. 

H. H. Moors, £09 Montgomery, near Merohaat, 

Bailseaa Oollevea. 
Heald's. Bryatt & Strattois College, U Poet street 

Hutch era. 
Katr, Fred, Stalls M to If*. OaUforxua-Mark,,, 

Sentlatf. 
GL F. Pope, 6 Montgomery Street, 

Employment Office. 
Ohinese Emplo:. ment Co.— Pi-rce A Co., 627 Sao- 
ramentoBtreeL 

Preach Fonej Crocde. 
Looan A Co., 19 Hentgomary, 107 and Ittt gnttaw. 

Hair Jewelry. 
H. A. Oallender, manufaoturer, 62 Becond etreet 

Baman Hair. 
Sampson, A. B. A Oo., 110 Second street. 

Searcher of Records. 
0. V. Gillespie, 611 Washicgionatreet. 

Sliver Prize Drees Fitting* 
Mane. Brosse, No. 34 Third street. 

"Watches aod (Jewelry. 
U. A. Calender Ci Secocd street. 

Whitenera and Paper Hetgen, 
A. W. Whether. -22 Geary street. 

Wlnc» and LI q nor a. ( Wnolesaie.) 
Dinen F. A Co.. 504 Fronk 



ASSESSMENT ROLL OF 
SAN FRANCISCO. 
!873-'74. 



CLSSK'S OFFIOE, EOABD OT SUPHRVI- 
sors. San Francisco, Jn'y7, 1673 
Putilio notice is b<-»by giv.n, in accordaoc- 
witaSeetim No 3 6S1 of the Political Code, that 
toe Awessment'Roli of tbe Ciry and County of 
San Francleco. for the flEOal year 1873-74, has been 
completed an? delivered over tome as Clerk of tbe 
Board of Snrxrrisors. and will be open diily for 
examine t ion in tbis cmce from 9 o'clock » . m. to 4 
o'clock p. M. ."and tbatsald Beard of Snpervicois 
met to examine tbe Aeatesmect Bolt aod eqaatlzn 
tbe aiEeiement of prope- 1» co this MONO AY 
AK1ERNOON, Jo'y 7to, 1873. at 2 o'clock, and will 
ctn'inne in Fes-ion from time to time oatiltbe 
buaiotsiof fq-a'ization presented to ti-om ie dir- 
nnstd of, bnt not later than the :tm day of Jnlj 

im 

All Applications for Correction cf As- 
sessments nre Required to be Veri- 
fied by Oath. 

Public noloeU also h*raby Five", that in ao- 
oordftoce wiib Sections 1897 ard fWM of the Po- 
litioa! Code, tbe Military Roll hue been comple- 
ted, delivered over to me. and is now or>°n for ex- 
amination and oorreeticn as r.r:.vidrd by law 
Extract From Political Code. 
Secton ^i _'T.— All property mutt be assessed ai 

ilS fOll 0«8!i VjlOS. 

8*.:i»o ~-~L Ihs Board of Soparvbora of each 
eoantvmo't meet on tbe first Mocdey in Jaly 
In each year, to examine tbe assessment book ana 
final ire tbe assessment of property ia the conoty 
It mast continue in session tor that purpose from 
time to time omit the business of eoaiPzt'lon ie 
ri>»po9f»-l of, bnt not later itan ihe fonrth Mon- 
day is Joly. 

becwon itfTJ. — Tbe Board ba.t ib* power to de- 
frniDBnli complaints in regird to the ssaeeBed 
vnas of properly, aad may (exc'Dt as pmbibtted 
in tbis Title ) correct any va.aation by sddicg or 
dedactingaacb earn as may be necessary to make 
it oocform '"■ t3e aotoal cash valne. 

Section Ki4 — No redaction mast be med". in 
tbe ra cation of Droneriy, nn'eee tbe p>rty bffeo- 
ted thereby o- hi? sset: mates and files witb the 
Baa id a written application therefor, verin-d by 
bis oatb, ebowing the ficta npon which it iB 
claimed enrb redmtion «ooa'd be nude. 

gestion 3675.— Before tha Bonrd grants the ap- 
plica»i'>T3 or makea any redaction applied for. It 
racst, fir*t exnmine. en oatb, tbe person or tbe 
aceot making the aoplicetion touching tbe va ca 
cf the property cf sneb neraoa. No redaction 
mast be made nalesa each person or the agent 
misinr the aDpl cation a'ttnds and ar-swers all 
guefti&ns pertinent to tbe icquiry. 

Section 367G— Upon tbe h-.;.np ot the appli- 
cation the Board may sabtoens eticb witnesses, 
bear and take eacb evilsaoe In relation to tbe 
subject pending ae in iu diecreticri it mar deeo 
proper. JNO. A. BC^SELD, 

ir-i td Clerk Bond of Sopeivisorc. 



THOMAS W. BREE, 
-ILVEH. FXj.A.'X'.EjA 

%& DRUMSJMJOS, ^S3t 

ttTHEK Sfr6ItAi, D.8TBTJMEATI. 
ESTABLISHED IN 1S6S. 

sejrLeesone rive.n on the Banjo and Drnm. K4S 
fcllgSION STREET, between First and Second, 

N. B-— Fine-toned Silver Solo Banjos for P»o- 
assiorala alwara oo hand. iaU if 



Philadelphia Restaurant. 

OHAS. T. BKBGOLD, PEOPBISTOR. 

T'HB OBOIOHST MEATS AlfD 
Veget.bleB. Bonrd by ths weed. 
tOS PlKK STREET txtwnni Kanni 
,od Hontianer*. m 



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MILITARY COODS 

....AHD. .. 

GOLD AND SILVER THEATRICS! 
TRIMMINGS, 

3*5 Montitomtry itrtet. Been No 
mbl4tf T. RO0GER8 JOHN SON. 



EDWARD PEEL & CO., 

Oftfi end flit Waahln B ton street. 

HATE OPENED A COOKING ESTABLISH- 
met t a f tbis pi sue for tbe parposs of prepar- - 
ine BALI- fcUPPr-BS and LUNCHES FOR PIO 
MOS AND SALOONS, on the mo.-t rcajooabla 
torms. Lnnches delivered in any part ef tbe city* 
free of charge. Tbe patronaee of the saloons in 
tbe city ie respectfully solicited. jn7Jm 



PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE. 

VIKOISLi OUXT, H ETA DA. 

THIS ELEGANT THBATBE HAS BEEN HB 
deoorated, and ©an be rented by ths night 
jy the week. Stare and traveling oomsaaltl 
!ibaTai!y treatod with oo application by letter 
tlGHN PJJPKK, 
Manager and so Ve T rov rietet 

ABO WnabinrtoB street. 6an Fraoofsoo 



THE OLD 

not ecotob, 

IS Morten Sirtet. nenr Kenmy. 

A-ll DrixLks Ten Cents 

Hot Drinks a Specialty. 

THE BEST TOM 1RD_ JERRY IS TOWH. 

Always on file the New York Herald, Harperf 
Weekly, Frank Leslie's, Datf's Doraga, Police Gs> 
zette, all the California papers, also London 
Punch, Bell'eLife. Illustrated London Newt Oall 
and ssttsfy yourself. 
war Don't forget the eiitn of tbe Ho* ScoteeU 
fe7 tf W. B. WALDRON, Proprietor. 



HOMESTEADS 

That are Homes 

pERSONS IN WANT OF HOUSES AKK Jg± 
•*- reQoesled to examine tbe p!ana of the-e HSj 
now being consiructed upon thatbeantlfollF**** 
Bitoated property on Pacific Heights, on tbe block 
bcunded by Pacific aveDne, Buchanan, 'Webster 
and Jacks on streets, commanding tbe mot t maim* 
flosrit riew of any location in tbe city, and acces- 
sible by ears, which p\ss tbe doors. 

These elegant houses are built in the beet Ban- 
ner, and will be sold 

Oat at Credit of Six Years, 

Plans and specification a at office of 

JOHN T. LIT? LE, 

Beal Estate Agent, 

j-15 38Q Montgomery Street. 



For Sale-A Planner. 

Twenty-two feet long by ten feet b-sm. Bails 
Anchor and Chains — complete in every respect 
"Wall Builei for A PLEASURE BOAT. The craft 
is nearly new and will be ao'd at A GREAT BAK- 
t> AI N. To be &een at Meigg'a Wbarf. 
i Anpiyhy letter or In person to "Obnb," Ficabo 
' Offics. je25-2w 



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•V. XVlIt. B. «. 



THE GREAT BABY SHOW 



CALIFORNIA THBATRI. 



How" 

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AT PACIFIC HALL 

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GARDEN and PARLOR. 



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Tiieu MniiuT, 



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SEALS FESTIVAL 

, Suadsy aril Monday, July 20 4 21. 

AT TIC 

City Onrde 



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Tax ruin am. ■■ khud> to tbi 

FATTEST BABY. 
THINEST BABY, 
PLAINEST B»BY, 

HANDSOMEST BABY, 
BEST DRESSED BABY 



i8 RfiBtSUTirl iv. I o .Ja*-. iv.*r. la- Sw«imi PaBl.er. u.* 8ma.!<tt 
- I >u Iiu4i, i^ ■•i*it diw. , tM HAE.dKm-t Bin 
I it4 tvt Fj't Bab m. Ct llr-o BUglbl* frcm t,o- 
Ifc Wtkr-at jeara *••*•. 



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!11 Wt"Ulll**» r,ttv 

iijiiwunwi'^ 

MMMIfiawa 

i&M>«*___JLi 

WE8A HOUit 

U Mill •«'»»'- 

Aw* 



«a real. 



t» lul-»T»o» i* 1....1W. 0-a.lj »< ik. I t.a- 

As represented by him for over 400 Nights at the Royal Havmar- 

ket Theatre, London, and for 96 consecutive Nights 

■t Wallack's Theatre, New York. 

r—nitt vlia AaUtaaue eaa aWaedfel (.-aearr. Caree* aal eOeiaal n;itiu»tli ul 



Tv iVw«t ii i as irea 
tae Mllai 

DAVID GARRICK 

«> IM 'i 

Mt ■Ri" 

an. j ««» 

i 
a ., a da i?»inir 
as*. • Mini 
aus abhixta nows. ... 



MR. SOTHERH 

.._ WAI.TIR LIMA* 

...J 0. ait.l.IAWSOn 

*. «r TBATIa 

atmiT odao 

W A MMTATXH 

I I1ARLKB HENRY 

J l«. LOKO 

MIS. ANNIE I.RAIIAM 

...MM. JTJDAB 
«»S CRSAUNPRRB 



jPERIOD. 1742. 

Acts I and II- -APARTMENT IN MR. INCOTS HOUSE. 

Act III--LIBRARY IN CARRICK'S HOUSE 

OMif Ul dlncttOB of MB. tHAS. SCHULTZ, will ptr.'Ora) lilt follmllig lelfctlooi it Hurlc: 



OVERTLTlB-BroeM Here* «... 

-Si fro* •..kin* 

NICK SACKI* 



..AUBRR 

ri.OTOW 

C. SUt'LTZ 



Btturdiy AJtcrnooD, July 19th it 2 o'clock 



"DAVID GARRICIT' MATINEE. 



K«errr4l l»e*i 
Krrf4IWL 
Dm* Ulra» AAaAwioa 



Dim Olrftl* «n^ Orchw 



(Mil 
Ki»i 



..A« and RIO 



Msn* 11 Hrtwrr 
/vol. LuwIbM 
.iaao 

'.an 
Hrirr Ktuct-ar 

I'ucil Sitvirt 

ia» riik 

Mil. BlAirtifl 
Cbifj. Morrill 
Molli. UFumi 
J. Jiror-r 
Joan Con I ri 
l^woy L'oTOre 
Lvnani 
Otrrl. WilIU 



a>4 tniii. >ha ,., f , lprM . ,j 
i B ua .BarforaiAaaM an 
aal r»4i>%j h4 r»:t . I u. II*. 

• u. lb. f.iu«,a, : 

'• r a Lldoa 
Bvajf 
J 8 Ton*oo* 
O— Kn 

- aaw 
■ W Parti 

Alltai 

1! W Kotlar 

Oat*, aoantli 

I M.n.r L.kM 

Kill* 

TrxiBpMO 

il'»i. 1 
Hoeii It 
I oa 
[ tan. Fn»n 
Bob H.il 
Mr,. HVbmldi 
I Ml >. Tbrraw 

i.Ur 
I Mmni. Wallin 
| J W M.K>iMl», Jr. 
Hmi'hA SaTorlag 
Marrt nogaro 

' Imi. 
li ni Mnriimora 
N<d Koh ar 
Ca.r'ro Kjbler 
Kill Beni.rit 
Mm lllrkar 
KaJU. Lio'aid 
JoddU ELgeLf 



OoDttibntloDi for prlz a *rid f"r tbc Baaaar bltr aJao 
bran rtc*lti.l frora llir followlrj^ partioi : 

lb.. W. Brae. BilT.r-moabtod Babjo, lobe ocin- 
taatad for by imivnr plflyara. 

O. A. Htoaarl. oae Box nf iipari. 

C. C- CtDniog, firm of Holbroek A Co., order for a 
Fair of Hoot.. 

Aimaod (ahn, twi Poxef of Cigtri. 

Sbe&r A Keating, Saloon, corner of Gearr and I>n- 
pcrt a'roaln. or.ltr for a Hat. 

Line .t- r A Norton, C17 Washington a tr«ef, order far 
a pair nf tfO Pants, lo measure. 

Johnny Pilot, Saloon, 831 Kearny street, Fair of Clog* 
and Sisb. 

Mr. J*s. Oibb, Saloon, 617 Merchant street, one fJaao 
of Wine. 

Mr. F. O. Edwards, Carptte etc., 628 And C30 Clar 
street, one Feather Duster. 

SilTer M«oh Box, pie ented by Manrice Oathcrrt. 

Holy Bibla in the Gorman lsnwu.|.a. printed at fill- 
desheim, A. D. 1753, ed tad by M.J. Carl Kuten, [>:c- 
sertel by I. N. Cloylnski, 146 Second Street. 

Gold sod Cerulfan Ma eh Box, S. Corbyn. 

ruotoerepb Album. A. W. Balk. 

Cats of Wine, Sam Sampie. 



INVENTION. 
H 




•Wa^ 



HE OLD 

gOOtoH 

a«t ►*»"*" 

ESTEAOS 

I -■ m 

i-f»r 



-FOB— 

SEWING MACHINES, 

DENTISTS IRQ JEWELLERS' LSTHES, 

TbJj> iBTtorron cab b* sppll'd lo t b • Apr>Tm lag 

of ... aiD.ii or B«wioa{ UscLIdm, Dentist* 

S&4 J.wt-lUrs I-ath'S Its nn-r- <■ hj la 

dt.lj i j- ■»■•■. tv It* rluraolilj 

It i v«ld • lb* Ott» of the lr-»d- 

!•, wbleb 1* BagrmcefoJ 

and iBjnrlotu. 

*r Application rnvl«br tbe AgnbTfOTtbe 
Pneiflc OcA't. 

SAWYER ft WHtDOlf, 

f,33 WB»slnkjtoM Slreel. 




AZTEC PINOLE, 

MADE FBOM I'ABOBED 0OR5, 

GOOB 

As a r«|£u)ar article of food. 
\m m dlftt for dyspepllrA, - 
As a foort for children, 

Umit-nulinor nf the bowels. 
Aaa ii.ltkfnltiif f r •.ou|irt. 
Fur hrxaaillnif eatlela aud li.h, 
Por the uieofmlni-n, 
r*or tbe mt' of prospectors, 

Pol* the gm of hunt r«, 
for ifae wm> of c- mo-rx, 
Forlhrai.* nf picnicker*-, 
For tbe «»e of every bodr. 

A ■ ni Te*o'l«Dl itinon, alwaji T# 3 (ly »t * 
'■ notice. 

A>k Tonr Grow far It, 
froctr* upDllwl by Afijr wbo!ssals«r or 
AZTBC COMPANY, 



IrVaAJN-X-aBX^* 



McDASIEL'S THFATEE 

•PBBTU-ajE, afTOMIKS. 

TtfME GOOD VARIETY WOMEN 



nf Bui "ill lag it to tbair adrli- 
vi. MTor. U.tla, O^ltorol. to aomoma wiio 

J. «,1AXIIL, 
. ,5 L*aX Bull. I. Ob., » n e, Wroai I of. 



Tahoe 
Billiard Hall 

OSaV »- STOVE, Proprietor. 

No. 417 Kearny Street. 

B*tw*tn Caiitcni.A and Plot. 
Tbi* clef sat r**or*. bit la*«lf be#n snlariT* rt. sod 
now cHliidi !> o**> H«r*1 t*M»*. The bast Lg*iore 
*cd ''iff*'* At th* Rir. Fife l»r«* Hneir fomiebed 
rooroi. for olobs sad prlTAU psrtlta on their n« o 
lerDta tod ralsi. Ji7-2ib 



THE CUFF HOUSE? 

R01RIR6 OCEIRllURGIRG BREIKERS 
FOtlllNG SERF, MONSTER SEA L ONS- 

AppetiziDg Breakfasts, Lunches. 
Dinners and Suppers. 

BRING VOIR WIFEI 

BatINQ TOUR FAMILY! 
BRING TOUR LADY FRIENDS 



Golden Gntf. 

Wllb iflm of .6 : l« i..ll.Di|in .i.ur.Dg from 
...r, unrt ol ibj oomatrvUl world. 

ap-New LIB. Bo««ei. conn.etiDg with Street 
Oars at Lor. Mount no er.rr 1 ' annate. berr.ft»r 
for Ifao Cliff Hoot o 15 1-11 



Pacific Purchasing, 

PRINTING DRAMATIC. MUSICAL, LECTURE. AND 

EQUESTRIAN AGENCY, 

Hoomi 1« and 17 OQO Wasbinfiton tsti-eet. 




OPERA HOUSE, 

_SA.TSl JOSE. 

Tbi. tbeatr. will b. leased oo liberal turm. for .11 
mootb. or by Lb. year DO on exi/erleoc.d muni.er, 
ba.io... rtqairlos oirabMiooe from Han Job. Tbo 
orja.ec.n.o. bo ranted by bbonifbtor wiek Co 
low t.raie. 

SKA T1ISO CAPACITY 1,200, 
O. UKOriASKA. Proprietor, 
SAN JOSE 



Liverpool and Great Western 

Steamship Company, 

CARRYING .THE U. 8. MAIL. 

TICKETS 80LFT0 AND FROM 

T 1VKRPOOL. QTJ-.BN8TOWN, ^M»t 
*-' Lonaondirrry. Hambnrfb, Brsme>,2AiH^. 
HAT/t, P.rls. gw.dtn, JB^UiaB., Norway sad all 
Saropcaaoltltaji. 

Tbi* Company has anAngsinsBta with tba Oom- 
mlMfoasrof KmlgfaUoa sad Railroad Oompaalss 
at N*w York, by wbtch cuMDiiri %n promptly 
forwarded to tbo Psolflo OoW*. 

For part lonlart apply to 

». B. JACKSOir, Agaat. 

-Qj2Mrn — S Moatgoasary etrw^t. 



HARRY MYERS. 

Annt for HltcbicM A Gray's School Satobll. 
lorBoyi aoJ Oirls. Will cilltl rwidsoois. 
jc-23-lin 




SPE^'IAI* >OTI€E TO 

Picnic and Dall Committees. 



. ARE PREPAHED TO FURNISH 
BA.M'tS and ORUUirMUAS tompoaed of 

iao '.eat mQslotarjR id tbo State, QDf'or oompe. 

tsot Isadora, at fai r rates. 



WV 



AflUS MI.VMK WAI.TON, 



TWO NEW URAUAN, 

I. prepared to accept ao^Dgemeotfl for li or 12 
aitfbtD oommoociog in July. 



aVTho Unsineis:srran«Hnei,te ol Dr.in.tlo or Mu.icl SnterUiouonU, FbTK8. FI0KI0B 
ete. . attoLded to. 

spr All bo.lneis cntroBled tou.llbi execoted wltb promptness. No obarges m.de excp 

•HIBUAK I'tlllBM Jk CO, 



tor serrioos .ctu.lly performed. 



DR. LEECHUNGKK, 

CELEBRATED 

Ollllicivj Pliyaiolnil. 

1017 DDPONT STREET, 

Betvreen Pacific and Jackson Sts. 

Onrss all dlseaM. Atoder.te obsrets. i-13 



BANGER HALLE 

(KUteHE'S HALL.) 
14 CEA1T »T., NP.AR KK.lRIT 



Naae bat Ut Choice. I »rand. of Wit.' 
and LlqDot'. oa band, 

DEPOT WEYAND A IASCHES BAY 1REVYI.' 

f.U It OBS1S FtUlMlbS. 



FREE AND EASY. 

I'.V1!KY lATUllflAl SIGHT, 
Piano and aSiTiffinfi: stSP.M 



X^faMDDEa aAV3NTX7 ^^^&ST 

....EYKRY... 

Satnrdny livening-* 

AT EIGHT O'CLOCK. 

AT THE OLD ORIGINAL,' 
RED l-luN.ll> Gsary r, trn.il. 
Wb.r* yon oan b.r» HOT AND 
UOIaD UKINKSof tbeT-ry bu.t 
qonlhy. Tbe "O d Sport" la *U 
way. 00 hand. Drop in 
DAVE MrXNDub. Proprlotor. 



Attention, Good JLivers! 

MR. P. EEKGKS. FORMERLY 
proprietor of tbe Mi&ere* Ree- 
tamra&t, fu takeo tbo msaaaemeiit 
Of botb tbe Mi'ier* 1 Riaitannt OB/ 
Of.niun-rtif.l "street eod tb» Mincm'-* 
Brnooh od Market street, in (lartntrebiP with ,J4E. 
A. DKAVKUR, who ba« bean ooooeotod with tbo 
drm tor ye.ri. Imprnvaii.oU hsve boeti made u. 
theoaisine dopartrae'. that will reader tbe Jdi- 
oers' more popular tbats It baa ever been (tarnR 
tbe il years ef tu prosperity. Oar Bill" of Karo 
.i-ii,-'-f. *ii the delioaoiea of tbo fioaaoD. Oat 
asotto is "Good Kar.i. Good Cooking and fttoderato 
UbtUKe>a " 

P. IICBORI A- CO. 

MINERS' RESTAURANT, 

nil and SStt Oonimeronai, aaw . 
7«l» Market street. 
Ooen roai S A-if. to 1" P.M. ao31 la* 



CALIFORNIA AND NEVADA 
VOLUNTEERS, 

HONORABLY DISCHARGED lfOR ANY " jl 
0*056, at Drnm Barracks, or any othersAL 

I 



pUoe ovor yjll nines from plaoo of enlistm.nl 
art entit'ed to additional Travel Pay. 
Apply to. 

•T. R. ROBINSON, 
jt'-is-lm eiiO Montgomery ftrsot 



CHARING 




SALOON 



- 6*6 Afla.lon street, near Second 
d.10 XAQLBS A WIXD. Propnstora 



MISS N. SCULLY, 

LADIFb' 

FAtHlONABlE HAIR DRESSER 

Haa Removed to 
rSAA WASHINGTON ST.. 
Foor doors below Stockton .Irea 
Hairwork of all Descriptions made to order. 
O&srees moderate, j«f 1 ltn 




Parisian House. 

BAR RAFAEL/. 
ONE BLOOK FROM TBE RAILROAD- 



L. THORIN, Proprietor. 

FURNISHED ROOMS 

....AMD.... 

XI. eataurant. 

First QaaJlty of Wlnei, r,l«i- 
■ori and Clf/ars. 

BOARDERS TAKING BY WEEK OR MONTH. 

aay2Tlm 



„ H0TICE TO THE PUBLIC . 

ZaarBw -nut— 

3T1 Delmonico Restaurant 

Hae lately obaared band* and la bow aod-r tno 
.Holeatmaoaceraeot of MitoOell. Freiti' A l'ro , 
who bi (.Loir «'ea\ea?erl*noeln ttit eeteilua nne 
are brio r»it back the former popularity of Ibis 
reiUarat t. Oi« th-m a call and p-otb it joh *el f 
Threodi.bet-Soeoti. Tbli U bow s frnt slats 
RfitaQriBt. tyHI-n 



3B JOUBNAL OF AMUSEMEKTB. 

PnMlaSad ewy D»y to stw Y«*-' by 

AT 

63S M'rci«ut and 53S W.*«hlniK»n St* 

Below Montgomery, San rranon-y. 



THURSDAY ■ ■■ ^ JULY 17, 1873 



A Bllni Guldf. 

Caddy and Hughes' "Court and Law 
Gi-j,v (formerly HarriY) in its i&eue L f 
this mortiag omits from tbe Supreme Couit 
Proceedings the decision m the eue of the 
Oyatid Co. ol 8«b Fratciico vs. 8priDg 
Tud Taller Water Works Co. All the daily 
paren pnbliih this itnpcrtarjt decision witb 
editorial comments, bat this 9 -called "Law 
Guide" on wbicb the legal prof*«ei:>n ehoold 
be able to rely fur informaUoo omits anj 
record of this, tbe most important ease a 
the term. 

Battt. 

Toe London Vanity Fair 'tua goaeips 
about * gr<at singer and an iotere?tio« wo- 
man: Lt:lePatti" illm*. C^uxi sp=aks 
Soglieh, Frence, Italian and Spauisb. Htr 
faroritfl authors are Dickens and Fenillei 
She read* the Paris Figa:o everyday— 
Puooh and the ^illustrated once a week. 
Boaini aud BelUpi aro ter beet bs.oved 
n >mpostre; primrose the oolor she most de. 
lights to wtax. K-*bcdy has ever seen her 
with an opil, for ske'bss caught from the 
Basaians tbe pr^jod.ce that this stone is un- 
la sky; but sue lores peirls, Brussels lace, 
sable fur, and black silk dresses with man 
till* a i'ap»gno!e. As toother tides, why 
deny that every night after she has sung she 
sups off a bowl of mntton broth, witb ike 
enough in it to keep the spoon standing up- 
right; and the beverftge taat serves to pre- 
serve her voiea pure as crystal is not Oiio- 
qnot, Grand Marque, nor Lifitte44, but — 
bow thy head, Gambrinus, and te, too, 
Hesars. Gainntss!— our own Dublin st^ut? 
jtnre glory to htr lor tbe frankatss of he 
enuiee. If there oould be a man who could 
bob her dip her pretty lips in tbe foam 
cresting over the sides of a silver tankard 
without wishing that be himself wer this 
f jam imprisoned in th6 taukird, may that 
man wither up in bis slippers, and jickaeses 
valis over his uncle's gaave. 



Bound to get Married. 

••There is no uss talking; t*m going to get 
TfttrrUd," said a bachelor tj a married to- 
quaiatancs the other day, while bosily en- 
gaged ia seeing. "Here I have worked 
just twenty minutes by tha watch trjiag to 
get this sesd.e threaded, and then, just as 1 
AU3oeedel 1 palled the thread oat. Finally 
I got it threaded, and now, aftir sewing on 
thtB bottjn ftst and strong, I find Ire got 
It on the wrong side, and I have my work to 
do all over again." 



A f:cr the Tneatres are on t 

Ton ehJU'.d Dot fail to go atd try some exoellent 
Eastern C am Ohowder at tbe Hot Scotch, 336 
Ua-!i Blreat, their liquors ernust bs excelled, ihe 
only Saloon where a gaod Tom azd Jerry or Hot 
Poncti's can be got, all drinks plain or fancy 10 
MdU, g) th»re once and agiin yon will go. B 

Pratt'* Abolition OU. 

Tbe People's Kemedy for al! Aches mdPiins. 



Alldescrlpilon of Jewelry 

Al the very lowest prices at H.A Calender's 
SI Second Street, cor of Miss. on To 



Heald'« Bnsiness Coll^i 
No. t: Poet Street affords excellent facilities 
practical educat on of young men. For foil 
rticn'art ceil at pea Oo'lege 



A nierlcan Watches unci Clocks 
la every variety at Oallender's. 62 Second St. cor 
OT Mission- 7p 



Tail Powder Suroasaes anything arar offered to 
ibaPablic. for :h&Growth of the Hair. W a Giur- 
as'M ton Powder to Bettor* Hair to any Bald 
Head, were tie note arc sot destroy, d. It pre- 
vents the H&ir frsm ialliEgout. and Bestorae ft to 
[tl natsril Color, in a there r time than any other 
preparation. One trial will conficce yon that tbia 
la ne humbug, as ela-ge number of people in Cal- 
ifornia will testify. For Bhsmpooing, it ia the 
b««t and oheapeat article that can ba used. Price 

Qovntaabox. For Bale b nearlr eTery Druggist 
i-i ,htUnit?d Suva*: and Wholeaalsd and Retailed 
by 0. F Ricoar it 4 00 , Droggist Cor. Clay aod 
Banioma St., 34 Anna St. b.-t Powell A Mason. 

Baa FranoiM). T-P 

Remoral, 

Samuel Sw. ft has removed from 116 to 113 
P3tt street. Sewlog machtxes rented and re. 
paired at nra al. and sold cheaper than erar. x 

JBan Francisco Jewelry Hanafactorf. 
D. W. Laird, 610 Merchant street. Diamond 
Setting, Enameling, All kinds of repaliing 
dane. Jewelry for sale- «-* 



A Lover's ReTenc*-. 

Ia tbess days of sbootings, stibbiags. 
a-.d maimings, it is refreshing to read of an 
ou rased lover who resorts to a spsolej of 
revenge that has no:hiog of the murderous 
element ia it. A cmo lat-ly ocenrred in 
Ooiab^. A lovely mrJ-D tLere hid won 
theafftctionsof asympatbel.c swaia, who 
pmrel hs load of happy miwrry into ner 
eirs, and pleaded with htr to become his- 
She cjM9n»od, bat, with that fiofcleneaa that 
is proverbial with the s«, went off and en- 
gaged herself to be married to another fel- 
low. Number one vai overwhelmed with 
w.e, bnt determined to attend the wedding, 
nevertheless. While tue clergyman was en- 
gaged in tying tbe fiokle f»ls» one tD cam- 
ber two, number ote stesltbiy went into the 
back parlor. The bridal presents were 
tbere displayed. There were fish knives, 
soup ladles, dinner and breakfast sets of 
crockery, and quite a dtsp'ay of ghssware. 
Burning with a dis.re to revenge himself 
be went ts work and amassed the entire col- 
lection, ending by performing a war dince 
ou tt-e debris, in which his heels pUytd the 
principal part. Tuen he gave vent in ssr- 
nlchral tones to tbe exclamations "Ha! ha!, 
ha!" and disappeared. This ~n ever so much 
belter lhan killing, and we trnst this exam- 
ple of tbe Far WtBt will not be without 
ea^g' stivenees to tha more eaogoinary East 

and South. 

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flanr.tr. 

Manner is a c ur* important acquUition 
tuao ta generally thought. Tha best and 
kindest people destroy their own influence 
and, what is worse, often create a pr judLe 
against goodness, bv a hard, dry, discourag- 
ing mauner; more especially as, after all. 
manner is generally on the whole a tolera 
bly a fair index of tte mind. Those who 
are oourtsona and genial probably feel kind- 
ly towards us at the moment, even though 
they may forget ua dittctly afterwards; and 
certainly such people are infinitely prefer- 
able to those who are equally careless of us, 
and are rude into the baagain. There is no 
reason why people should seek our society 
if they wjuld rather not— indeed no oua 
would wish it, we hope -but everybody baa 
a right to expect courteous recognition aod 
due civility at 3nch times as they are thrown 
into the s ciety of their fellow creatures. 



He who waits for good luck to ome to 
him, is deatinsi to die in poverty. No one 
has the right to expect a good fortune, un- 
less he works to earn it. 



A. fUee.aa.iic uocacioa. 

Persons desiring oomtortabie lodgings in a 
Jsntral location, abofllc visit tbe Alhambra, 
and inspect the fine suites of rooms to let there 
Tne bnildlng la a van fine one and is well 
lintel and ventilated. » 



Trao MoxitjEOsn ?ry Avenue 

Tailoring dying: and clean- 
lng: E2stab.lsraxn.rnr. 

No 16J6 Stooiton Street, opposite Union Sqnare, 
Ladies and geatt»men'fl oJotoioc of everydeaonp- 
lion, cleaned, dyad, preeEed. attired, and repaired 
in the bea'. manner, at prioes to anit tbe terms— 
written orders promptly attended to. S. Gray. 

7K 



The Last New Sons. 

Air— "M>et cC Chandotu" 
Emerson Oorville Is my name, 
Mr business always Is the sane; 
Eastern Oysters, a^d Fane; Boast, 
Relishes tbes*. that my house can boast. 
Safely these BivalTea to all I show, 
Obi high oh! Oh! high oh! 
None who have been bnt again will go, 
Corville rays bo! says sol 
0> Pine Street, at No. 410, 
Remember the number and call again. 
Visions of Sbell-fl^h In every style, 
Inwardly cause yon much to smile. 
Ladles with escorts there always go, 
Ladles go! Ladies go! 
Emerson Oorvtlte's polite 1 and so 
3-1 They go! they go! they go* 



Bound Not to be Beat, 

Is Q. Burbhardt'i motto. Fine French Calf 
Boots made tc crder ircm 38 tt $10 A good 
and satisfaction guaranteed. Call at 640 Wash- 
sgton street and be convinced. A full assort- 
ment ot neatly-made goods always on hand, at 
prioes to suit everyone's purse. 4 ai 



Or. rwherti 

Has devoted bis study more particularly to 
anionic and apeuflc practice, and as snch is 
now tbe most successful ot any Physician In 
Ban Francisco. Office 619 Sacramento street, 
corner of Leldesdorfl, a law doors oalow What 
■3n**r House. f 



WxM-t« L<abor Only l 

lanplcyed by the What Cheer Laundry, lM 
LeidosdotS street. 



W« tn ne8 Carefully Repaired 
At A- OaUaidar'a 61 Seoood St. oor. Miasioa 



Everybody Suited. 

There Is no end to the nmlfctade of fashions 
in hats. At " Tan" Hat Store, 617 Washington 
street (second hat store below Kearny) , all these 
orw styles can be found. The stock is Immense 
—tha prices axe reasonable. Every one who 
ioee there is sure to be suited. n 

Polalon Oak. 

it ia now generally known that tbe active priooi- 
ple to which toe effects of POISON" OAK are due 
ia a riolatileacid called by obemiats toxioodendrio- 
aoid. Itia. however, not eo well known that DICK- 
EY'S OBSHB DB LIS is not only ths beat avails 
able preTeatitirs, bnt will alao.by iti osntralisias 
and aoothiof qualities, greatly relieve all distreas- 
tDceyinpton*. 

Don't Pay Other People s D-bu. 

Bq: bay yoar furolture and Bedding for ca«h 
of J, A, Snabar a Oj. 707 Market Street, who 
glrea no one credit, to make no bed debts and 
therefore sell far smaller profits, and less 
prioas tiaan any other dealers in San Francis 



Coras, Bunions, Injrowinc Malta 

A perfect cure warranted by Albert Schoen. 
wild, 117 Second street. 4-st 



•Trae New lork Photograph 
Gallery 
X'.v 35 Third 8 r»t, is again open, with lar 
ftr llgtt", more roam, and all the latest lm 
provements in inatrumenta. Cabinet Eem- 
braodts only (4 per dozen; Card Bememhrants 
from (3 to W per dozen. No Ohicameu employ 
ed. B. F.HOWLABD 7a 



A Parson*a Rebalce Parried. 

In the coed old dava of "eye openers," 
"phlegm cutters," "night owb," etc, there 
lived in tiie accent t^wn of Portsmouth, a 
minister who had but little sbarity for the 
drinking castomB ol the times, and who nev- 
er les: an opportunity to administer a sharp 
rebuke to those who indulged. O:e*sional- 
ly, however, he found some one who "c.r 
red too many gnns" forbim.as witness 
th« following. The parson was a very early 
riser, atd oce fine morning as he wafl go- 
ing past the corner grocery he aspied old 

gquire , on bis wey to tbe shop for 

bis morning dram. Afier the usual ssluta- 
tations, tbe reverend gentleman ssys to 
Squire: "It appear* la me thit you start 
pretty early fjr your nipper." "Yes," re- 
plied the Squire, "bnt early ss I am, 1 find 
tte parson abeal of me." The good man 
never ventured to rebuke the Squire after 

that. 

♦ — 

A great variety of Ties and Bows, all styles, 
just received at the What Cheer Laundry, 121 
Leldesdorff itre et. 

Pratt's Abolition OU 
Cores Stiff Joints, Sprains and Bruises. 3-L 



Pr»ib ani Sweet. 

For the beet confectionery, ar) to Canty and 
Wagner's, 107 Mentgomery St- near gutter. M 



Dental Work. 

Fob rufEst QoaLtrr or wobk, go to T. 0. Jes- 
snp, dent let, cor. Sutter and Montgomery, over 
Tacker's. JMJ 



The BOBIC3UCIAN3 were a Bet of pQifosophers 
wno fljjr.ehed in Germany duriag the Seven- 
teenta Ceatory and pre 3eontoi profound reaearch- 
ea into catar*) science to dieoover tbe Elixir of 
Life. They were impreeeed witb the properties of 
herbal preparations, and f oand dynamic and psy- 
obotojrio force io the extract of certain plants. 
PIPIFAX is doe ts thrir reaearobea. It ia made 
from twBLty differsot herba, gathered wheo. their 
joicesare strongest, forming a combiaation nnn- 
raled in the materia msdfca. PIPiFAX assists 
.nd fort fi» oatore. It drirea to the extreme 
parte, and throngb tbe pores of tbe akin all emnnc- 
torieeof the body, the bad hnmora whioh tuolsst 
it, giving relief even io disease rh) most refractory 
and d fficolt to onre. ench as agaes, neuralgia, and 
many complaints having their origin in tne brain 
Tbe iodaenoe it has oa tbe eympatbetio and 
pnenmog&ttric neryea is very surprising. If ao 
anrnshfd patient trinePIPfFAX be will ba aston- 
ished at the relief it will bring to bis weakeoed 
nerrea* Tf 

The White Bouse. 

Tbe White House Is thronged every artemoon 
with ladles, the majority of whom nave oome 
from a distance and consequently must need 
some refreshments. Do these ladles know that 
directly opposite the Walts Home Is the WHrrz 
Hon e BESTiuaANT TaisBestauxaat has just 
been re-fi;ted and enlarged by Mr. tfeyers, the 
proprietor, with a special view to the comfort 
of ladles. He has taken great care to keep it 
select, and tne refreshments ara nrst-olaes. *6w 



FERNANDEZ & AGUIRRE, 

X'a.sliloxia'ble 

^HATTERS, 

No. 329 Kearny Street, 



Bet Easb aod Pine, 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



CALIFORNIA THEATRE 

Mr. John M oOnlloogh . . . Proprietor and Manager 

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT. 

Mr. McOa!l:sgh bss great plea nra in stating 

that owing to tbe Uapreced-tted sae- 

cess of '"David Garrick," 

]>1R. SOTHEBN 



baa post;oaed his immediate decm.a*e. 

GARRIOK 



99 



Will.therefore.be repeated oa Monday, TasB- 

day and Wedoeaday of next week. 

OnTharaday.FridvyandSatarda? Mr. Sothern 

willappearin Tom Bobertioo'a beantifnl Comedy 



el 



33C OME 

WriLtau Exsreisly for him 



ALHAMBRA THEATRE. 

T.Mag aire Proprietor 

SAM. RICKEY'S 
FAREWELL BENEFIT, 

— Ann- 
Last Appearance in California 

FRIDAY EVEN'G, JULY 18. 

A Host of Volunteers 

—AND A— 

BIG BIIiL. 



Do ICot SoJIer trom ootnfc 

Tbe imfortojiAta nttertn from Oemj.Bna. 
Ions, Olab iBd XDgxowtng NtllJ, ma find InBtmt 
r«Uel by eppljlsg *t Dr. E. £L Ooms'l luti- 
tau, no Keimy atnM, tram 1 to < r jl We 
•~xk boa expertenoe. luvttg tfled the Doc 
<«■• cepjblMIT. BetereiieM irrm Ifteqalre*. a 



GEETETJDE M. GEEG0ET 

— or THK— 

GREGORY TROUPE 

Is requested to commamcate immedtat*ly with 
tbe noderiigned. By so doiog the will hear some- 
ihingsr;at.T 'O h-r advantage. 

J. H. McCABE, Theatrical Afienf, 
»-19-Im 620 Washlogtou Street 



Best Rustic Window Shades 

IN THE WORLD 

Pioneer Factory, 413 Misaion Street, between 
First and Freemoot. 

tJOLUHAK ± BEARDSLEB. 
jylttf Proprietora and Manafaotarere. 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



DIVIDEND NOTICES.; 



DIVIDEND NOTICE 

German Saving and Loan Society. 

The Board of Direotora have declared the divi- 
dend on dapos'ta for tbe tirat half year t373, endicg 
thtadat': On Term Drpoeiti, at bha rate of nine 
and six t)nth percent <9 6-10) per'anDom; on ordi- 
nary deposits at the rata of eight per cant (3) par 
1DBQ31, free of Federal Tax. payable On and after 
JolylS. Ban Franoiaoo, Jons Mth 1373. Byorder 

jyS-2« GEO. LETTE. secretary 



Dividend Notice. 
SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY, 

610.* . AT STKFF.T. 

AT A MEETING OF THE BOARD OF DI- 
rectore held ttiie aay, a divid^od wis da- 
dared lor ihe aix mot tbe ending Jaoe 30, 1673. of 
nine aod ax-tenths (9 6-10) per cent per annnm 
OK AXL depoatt . free of Federal ux. and payable 
on acd after tbe ifltb iost. 

OYRUS W. OARMAKV. Oaabier. 
San Francisco, Jnly Sth, 1873, jylO 2w 



DIVIDEND NOTICE 

The Farmers and Mechanics' Bank 
of Savings 

Declared a dividend for tbe half year ending 
Jane 30tb, 1973, at tbe rare of tsa per cent peran- 
cam on term ; eight per c m per aoi-tiai on class 
one ordinary, uod sixper oeot d *r annum on claa« 
tvro ordinary doposita, fr3o of Federai tax. payable 
od and after Jnly 14, 1S7J. By order 

jyl4-lm | G. M. OONDBB. Cashier. 



SAN FB.AN01SOO 



Bate Made to Ord«-r and Renovated. 

^^____ )»7-lm 



A CRANDRAFFLE 

4 GEVTLEMAN'S TURNOUT OOMPLETR 
-^*- on aocooat ot departare. One 5 year old! 
Sorrell Horse (soaod and kiod, broke single and 
doable. Oio trot in 2-i-Vi. 

Ooe new three-fonrth baggy, Lirkins A Co., 
miken. One eet of new Damecombs Harness, 
Day and Night Blanket*, Robe, Whip, etc.. at 

'Rattler's Wine Parlors," 

384 BUSH STREET, 

Wbers tickets can be had. Tarn out can be seen 
at tbe City Stables. To ba rafflsd on Saturday 
evening. July 26t&, 1373. j 9 td 



"THE VILLA," 

At the New 

GOLDEN GATE PARK, 

The Building baring jast been completed, ia 
aow thrown open to the public The house is ele- 
gtntly furnished, and has 

Four I?ttt>lic Parlors, 

— AND— 

Ten Priyate Dining Rooms, 

rhe whole being bail*. n*t like a public hotel 
bat as it is named, 

An Elegant Villa. 

"The Villa" is located at the last or north-west- 
ern gate of tbe Park. 

Epicurean Breakfasts, Dinners and Sappers, 
prepared on the ebortest notice. 

GUDIO MANGENSERG & CO., 

PaOPBIETOKB. jr-ll)tf 







mmiMd&^Q 




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OYSTER BROTTO 

A clean aod respectable Oya'er 
Hoaee&ttedaopurposely for Ladies' 

428 PINE STREET, 

Above the California Market, between Kearny and 
Montgomery Streets. 

A. W. MANNING, Proprietor. 

JeU-lm 



PICNICS, EXCURSIONS. ETC, 



S. F. and N. P. B. R. Co. 



CHANGE _ OF TIME. 

THE CHEAPEST ROUTE TD THE GEY8ERI, 

ON AND AFTFH JOKE 1, 187*, THE STEAM- 
or ASTELOPtf.conofcctiDgat Donanae Land- 
ing with thBSan Francisco A North Paciflo RafJ. 
road Oompany for Oioverdale and all intermedia fta-i 
stations, will leave San Francisco daily (Sondasa 
sxepted), from Front street Wharf, at 230 p.m. Ra- 
turolng, the train will leave Cloverdate dally M 
6:W o'clock a m , connecting at Donanae *ith the 
ste-merscd arriving in Sao F.anciaco at I1.-V9 a.|t 
foe steamers and cars mak" oloae oomneotloava 
with stages to and from all points. 

SUNDAY EXCURS0NS~AT REDUCED RATES. 

Leave Ban Franolsoo at 8 a. M. every Sunday 
arriving at Oioverdale at 1 o'clock p. M RetnrnTaf 
will leave Oioverdale atio'clook, atriving in Sao 
Fraaoiscn at 7 o'cloo a Thia will all w w exoor- 
tt'onistfl several bonra at ani of tbe places aloag 
tse line sf the road- For all information apply at 
the OompaiVs office, 4»9 Moaagaanary at ret t. 

§On aod after J one lar. «ha Steaser will lata* 
an Franoisco at 2 90, P. at; tha oara will lean 
loverdale at 6 a. m. 



aplo 



PETER DONAHUE. Preeident, 



Badger'sGentral^Park, Oakland 

<^&=* a .1 1 n a m. 



THESE BEACTIFUL GARDENS ARE NOW 
Open for tha aaaion. -and many of the otot 
pop alar 

FIOlVTca 

Will be held there. The attractions are numw < 
ons. SKATING PAYILION, MUSEUM, GYM- 
NASIUM. Skating free on week dare. 

Adtnlsalon S5 C«ata 

CHILDREN IO OBNT8. apl7 tl 



DR. JORDAN'S 

GREAT ANATOMICAL (tlUSEUI; 

And Oollev« of Medicine. 

IO 000 BBAUTIFUL AND INSTRUOf- 
A\Jt\J\J\J ive objects to be esen. Qpen to the 
Pnblio DAY AND NIGHT, at EUREKA HAU 

81.8 Montgomery atreot. FOR MEN ONLY- "" 
n w7*Da Jobdak'8 Pbtvaxb Omoz la at *il 
Geary street f opposite old Mechanics' Pavilion). 



IT'S B^FlTj TIAIBfl 

....TaEBKPOBB.... 

SAVE YOUR MONET 

BY GOING TO 

THE PALACEOF FASHION 

ANOTHER EXCITEMENT ABOUT TH| 
New • tore, 1? Second street, opposite the 
Grand Hotel. OiolhinR of tbe latest and moat 
fashionable styles mai'n to order, i h(ap«r ani 
better than at any ether house in the city. 

NOTE THE^PKICES. 

Pants... -from $6 to $ I 2 per pali 

Suits .from $25 to SBC 

I inri te the inspection of tbe OheiceetTGoedj ii 
the market, 

A. MORRIS. 

IVo. 17 Second Street. 

j°17 1m Oppoall« Grand Hotel, I 



DKRENZS 

H c. KB 

iUTTIES: 



The Great Tonic and Appetiser. IV 
Sale Everywhere. my9Jm 



J. C. COMBES, 
T3EIRRAPI1N LUNCH 

Cor. Second and Tehima arreeta. 

r-Terrapin cotutantly on bane 
Oysters in every at'le. PBIVAT) 
SUPPER EOOMSF1E PABTIB 
deo 31 lm 



CANDIES. 

A TI. KINDS OE THE FTNB6T OAJTD 1 
made at our Steam Oandy Factory daily. A 
ordere, eapeoially from tbe coantry. ara aoUcts* 
and will ba promptly atte nded to. ... 

OANTY A WAGNEB, 
107 MnntTOTn*rvS*tw na«r 8«a*aF i 



ALHAMBRA LODGING HOUSE 

FINELY FURNISHED ROOMS, BO 
fie or'in anita, 
r W«U ftdenaod aad Vaatll»fcad» 

__ Dnrnrnisned'HooniB to let. Lodjdmt »W 
or -without board. ALHAMBRA BUILDBJJ 
•ir Baeh «tr**t. >xrM« 



MORACHAN& LYNCH, 

DEALERS IN 



..Shell Fish. Stall 68 California! 
Market. Ban Francisco, Open Day* 
and Nigh*. Families, Pnblio ini Pri- 
vate Parties, Hotels. Shipping and 
Restaurants supplied. jt3-lm 



W? 



lOCts. lOCts. lOCts, 

Par Glass for the Finest 

Wines and Liquors, 

and the Celebrated 

FREDERICKSBURG BEER, 

— ra— 

FRED. Q. WENTWORTffS 

SAIiOO 3STI, 

GOl KEARNY STREET, N. W. cor. Sac. 
je-19-it 



CLataiOTjjrz. — nadanoe utara Aatonla, tha 
OUlrrorant PhysiciaD and Independent Tranee 
Medium. 833 Kearny street, bet. Bo eh and Fine. 
Consultation* in «"g»ftfr_ French and Garxoan. 



Ladies' Fair, 

IN AID OF THE 

ORPHAN BOYS 

—Of THE— 

San Kafael Assyluni, 

WILL BB COTIirUED AT 

TTBTXOB0- ^A-TjIji, 

Howard Street, bet Third and Fourth. 

Positively Closing Saturday Night 

jrietd 



GEORGE MATES 1 



DEALEB IN OYSTERS, OLAM% 
andall kinds of SHELL FISH, 
Stalls Noe. IO, 41, A«, OalifornU 
Markiat, anlranoe on Oaliforu;a street. 

Public or private parties add families supplied 
trimQ i.K..to U P. at. Ladies' and Gentleman"' 
Ow*«t Stooa* ooen bom 6 *_v. to \1 vjgi -4«Z71y 



4fe 



YY URYY UB 

If TJ bl ynre 8HIBT 6 at No. 3 

4 kostomen B alvrali euited that 

With the DiTBi! tha eel thsre nnderwar 

And evri thing in the Fnxnlehlng line 

TJ kan git yonrmnnnei worth erri time 

Toilet article* 2 °' «▼«* hind 

jmt tri them once and bare In mind 

A t the Old 8taia S 3nd 8t 

U bl at prjsls that Bant B B*#*. 

BENEDICT & CO. 



PIANOS 



ORGANS 



CALL AND EXAMIXK KISD8 ABO PRIW 
before porobniDg eleewhere. Good bufu 
to be had. _ 

A. L. BAKOROFT Jl CO.. 
jell if 123 Market etrctt. 



STEPHEN MAYBELL 

Comedian.- 

Parties vrishiog talent for city or country c 
ens: g« tbe une by addreaaiag a note to dud 
thia office. j 23-la 



AFTEB YM1K 

THEATRES ARE OU 

GO TO THE 

Hot SOOtOl 

Sutter street, near lae-u-ity. 

And try one of their 

Hot Seotch's er Tom & Jem 

AJl X>rlnlc*3 Ten Ceo 

mil tf JOS. D. BBIGG8. Proprieh 



BOKER'S BITTERS. 

TUB UNDERSIGNED IS SOLE AGBlfl ' 
California, for tbe sale of tne above I ' 
brabed Bitt-rs. Hs is prepared ta deal ' • 
aferobanta and Jobbers on tns moat r«asoo • 
terms, WH. B. JOHNSTON, | 

jull lm AS Oalifornia atr* I 






RJfapa Soda 

Try It! 



I 



latL<«*at>«a T«k. 



.... - 




l*MITiOMERY'S 
MOTEL. 



BUCKLEY'S NEW VARIETIES 

i • 



■afk-aT »r« NOW 



Only Versatile Variety Show 
WNERECAJITOdfiNDUIlUlKf.T 



a- o- TnoiireoN 

tmh rvomu JtLT l» 

FIRST PART OF WIT. SONG AND FUR 




• *■ rwiwo— . nuoAT. jclt ni. irra. 



tu. mil, ■. ». 






Miff ALIAIBBA TI1ATHI. 






pH'SSc 



3Vff AG XT I FL TQ'S 



CALIFORNIA MINSTRELS. 



FAREWELL BENEFIT OF 



lA-M RIOBLBIY. 



run KVCNIHO 



JOLT 18 



•Inni.-i.l it In *nl 






[onTiMonn. 

bbWI -»h. MBpt'antl M Walta* 

C'«. r.'BOHMCB 



D0IK1LNG FOR A WIFE. 



Hlu Rlateebo 

1 o««> lY.-beOer 
Z***,* 7<l«* 







To Ue*ele4e ante 

Here She Goes and There She Goes 

M .-*«•. Pna.. «n'i»»fi. Otter aod Kalr Zo. 



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rata ■■ aom 
... Hatf, Moral) A Manning 



BELLA UNION THEATRE 

*~*w «~.> .... . 

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TJEIE1 pio mo 

NKW < \ | iLOGUE OF FUN 



THIS EV«mno JOLT IB 



Pnrl H«o«nd OIlc 



COM I I f POL E* LITTLE MAC AND MASTER JAMEH 

DOTCfl B0CSNTEIC1TIB8 MASTER LIARNF.Y 



nnrni.Ejid • • — —_• : -••:;.:•••••••■•••• H * KI : Nq T 0N A Nn Wf " " >N K 

•TACK THE IIE3EJ1L.E3I^. 



HI- .n JACK 

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..DO Hen I a ill, tta- Bfor 

Ohav R*ed | Pete. Ib« Pin oho r.. 



1 B» RATTLER 

D J. M -rwood 

Uarrj TOompeoo 



CMVfl HORNPIPE T. F. BIRKE 



La l tlaaaof tba aoraanlog Iil»a Faroe. «ftt.ll«d 



oin oon-olt 

JAM'. *JJ CONmil.T. 

Uli:itTIIK~li.k.i Calm*. 



SAM BIOKEY 

.HASTES BAR.SKY 



.'.Vim AID OXOHFJITIA 



>> 



OonolodlDg with HsnDlDg't great specialty 

"ONE NIGHT IN A BAB 

moztt MiorldUlCtmAoter BILLY ITM.\l\o 

BARKEEPER BOB FKARER 

SUABBr OE»IIIL B.D. THOMPSON 

BOY 1IITJ.K MAO 

ROWDY .11* BOB HART 

PKACKABt.lt UASTKBJAMES 



Jt">..?A.XT'r» rtnsT 
MALE ANDFEMALE MINSTRELS 



INrfflRLinDE—PIO ISIIO 

Oha-antr. Br imOibh.i 



"•••• I^*lia Ur.f 

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B«B« .«.! Dhm ■ « n III.« B 

UNTOKiD T-aT13^lIL.T1-I 

K»"r ...«M Wooa.,4 

Gems of Mu'lr . . . . Miss Liur» Berron 

"nlNU. 



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Art*? wku>a i h. Rt.a.i 



H O O D O O" 



RED (>«0MB 

Saan J-akf 

Dn«irMNB«rlim 

(ilniw Hrr >■■ 
tlorelie Hatha 

U:d MntB'iJuii 

MlM Lucm ■ 



MR FRITZ 

Mitt Kill, 

Kred HltohU 

W Rwk 
John Wood .r4 

I.illia Hirknd 

.MlM L*or«,B-tT,« 



••UK*. ftftrlo Comic Ilia* ?/•>..».« Jolm.ni 

Sniur Plow, Anna «od Duire ....Koato Reblneoa 

fhtrirl-jr nam a Tuwam* Bsrtoa 

H"|i Nolo JLo B S>X*« 

P.p.ilnf- None- HiiKC'e M*ll» 



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CA8SIM 

lo hi 


and JT" XX ITZ 

Or ftlatvl Act 



««»Ht ■ ftluit-iclt- M. I 1 i.l r 

IViih I've seen j «n lie fore Fied Bltchlo 

flt.t«r»cter Haons LoiuOrny 

To conolarte niih tb« l.v«tubl»8k»tob or 

"A TK,I£» TO PAXtlS." 



TH« MUliri. Lontii.ie MOl»». 
r*r «f OaaMrtUI 



r^iiT PACIFIC HOUSE, 
»AW« ww (OLYMPIC HOUSE, 




Kmtij vtr«*t t •» 

■*•!(• Ik* fl»«* 

K • I.BTOII A OCTRP LL. 



A 
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TArie'y 

or 



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ft^.T$ 



greit 
variety 



AC th« I X I. AUCTION STORE, No. 618 mil r,-jn KEARNY SKBEF.T, cor. Commercial. 



TRUNKS AND VALISiS 

SUPERIOR. nUSTOM-MAOK (WORK: WAR. 
rawitol atrotiK »qd dorablo. Ob Hf.tlj rodrosd 
prio*«. J. OOHIN. Trai^k-m»ki"r, 23* yootgo.ii.rT 
■tr-#t, bfllwun Pio» »nd Ba»b, ftoloK tbv Ko»* 
Iloam. Trank« R«pAlrvd: Uorom Made joA la 



GBAND 

Festival and Fair 



-or THE— 






BEWEVOLE1VT 

PROTECTIVE ORDER 



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di** 









Ej^T*' 



—or- 



SEALS, 

WILL BB HELD AT THE 

CITY GARDENS, 

-oN- 

Sunday and Monday 
J-TJU. Y SO eft? 21st. 

MEMBEBB Or THE 

Dramatic, Musical and Equestrian 
Profession 

DMirtDj to TDlaitMr t»»ir ecttIom. and pari ibi wish 
ag la oootribot. PrlMi. pluta sand Uwir cammaui 
^boo.to 

A. W. BARK, G. 8.O. 8. 

At U* KVlKB. KU.B. TTB H..ket AHrM 

-OBTO- 
SHERIDAN CORBYN.C.8. 

■ ■■■ 1« ,I«M W.UIMIM »ta^« 



PIONEER SHOE MANUFACTORY 




Tar iHOSf RLKOAKT OUSTOkt WOBK IK THE OITt 



Boera Ac Moynnnl, 



aaa xcaawaT nraM. 



• dear ion h of Kb. 



Single Outside Rooms, 

WTTB 

No. 1 Spring Beds and Hair Mattrasses, 

ATTHJt— - — 

BRANCH HOUSE, 

A»l HA.NHOME tT2KET, CAB. CLAY, 

S'lXt-y 0«xxta* per Nlglii, 

And Less by the Week. 



OZ>3BI7Nr AliLi KTIGHT 

Apr-38 L. J, XWILL, Proprietor. 




A^ATITSJ««IC HAIL 

ELECTRO-OPTICIAL ENTERTAIT.MENTS 



-BY THE- 



Great Decapitator Vanek! 

Only Fire Nightt. Commencing 

MOKTJAT, JULY XI 

AN ENTIRE CHANGE OF PBOSBAWafE SIGHTLY 
OHARLXB lOHCTZ Bi>nii.,Huu.r 



PROQRAMME--PART I. 

VAN KK lo hi. Hai.iflo.at aad Brilliant Bepraaeolatlooa of 

"ELECTRICAL AND OPTICAL SCIENCE." 



87, 33 and 86 3EC0KD STEEE, SAN FBAMCISCO, 



PART II. 

Ths Bitr e din ir a* d Groataat of llloa ooa 

DBOAPITATIOKT t 

Urtoteat tena.Uon of the dor, aa parfoi>m»d bjr Prof. Vanek 
over sixty tlmaa at too tttodt Toaatn, If. Y. 



PAR 



Ml. 



BRILLIANT OPTICAL CYCLORAMA 

Br tictHi of nydro-Oxygea Oao Apparalaia. 

Host baaotifal Viovrs oollsfltod by Prof. Vooak daiitf hlo 
triparooad tbo W< r.d. 

l.-SOU VKNIKR d'ANOLETTRB. This vtatr rsDrosaoti to 
extraordinary baaotifol Loodioapa, In th« f oraan und a .bout 
rlilad with ladlaa may ba aaoo nioriof aIodk a rouaoto brook. 
Tae laadaoape tban ohanctd ta a wlctar aaeae, dorioc a aoofy 
eftorm and drlfins foo. 

a.-ThaTKMFLE of JUPITER, o»»r Rot>a. by mnoalijtbt 

O.-Ttaa BURltUCO OF THK iHEATKK Al DUKSDHaV, 
a criDd aipoot. 

*. -A wiNOMILLIV AOSTRIA.witbwlDaaWhlrllns. 

S.-l Viiw Ot tfaa OATURDRAL AT MILAN, in Italy. 
Tbe traJSo ot peopla ta erory wbaro vlaibla, wbile a aaerott pro- 
oo*aion antiratba Do ma. 

«l. -MALABAR UlLL.Rombiy, East India. 

T.-A BTOHMATsEA: A sbtp ia seen laavioc tfaa borbor 
of Aaoonatn clear weotbar; a iwrn gradually orlMS and b«- 
o»nu i itTtrt hurricane, tniarmlnglod wttb vivid flabn of 
liffbtalDf, daring which parfod rbeabtp strlkoi a took aad ia 
wraokad. Tkasky cl-ars op and a rainbow apprara. wbilo tko 
oraw of tba Tas<a< ara reionad by an approachioc attoo-ar. 

B.-Tha TEMPLKOK DaIKOWJ), m tba oily ot Najauki, 
Jaoon; inaabir of Japmaasoaro aaon delivarlcR thair prai> ra. 

».-A Viaw of BBTdLRUEH ATBVB.«l(.b tba ^tar abova 
tba City. Tba Heaven' open and and acimrga et iha Virgin 
Mary with tbo Infect Jaaoa Obriat apeaar in tbe oaotro 

la».-ThaOOLLKbiUM AT BOktK, in Honao Uoi*-e. Tho 
ereatcat arena and olroca in tbe world. It woe bare tint tho 
gladiaton woald fltbtaod fall in ttaetr farootons atingglea 
•dainet wild b*a*t>, Lioee, Tig ere and Hyeoae. 

Grand Oomlo and LantbablB lltueam.to oooolado witn too 
much emniiDl Brilliant Cbarg* of Oolo-O. 



Doori Open at 7 Conuruace avt 8 PM* 



PRICES OF EDMIHEIOM.— Balcony, and Orohsatra Beats 
$1.01. fasally B>aae.»6.0«. P.rqe'tt..»0«t*. HoaU •« ba 
tH.rad at the H.H front 8atert-y Jely 18th, borw.eailJ A. M. 
m. 1 P. -., witheat extra ohtrge. 



I 



WadnaidaT. Matjaaa for ladiaa A Cttildrea 



THK JOtTBHAL Of AXVSEXEVTX. 



J BOOAKBTTS 

AT 

US ««rduat »»* &»« ^aehlMsTton «U 

B«low Montgomery, B*» yranciaoo. 



FBIDAY JCLT 18, 187S 



ittUSEMENTS. Etc 



\j»liform» Tto#atr«. 

TbepoDu'anty o( ' D.*id Geriick" continue* 
undiminished. It will ba payed to-oigct and also 
at the matinee to-naoerow, 

Alnambra Tbeiire. 

To-nigh tt»tTBTj ol«T<r Irish comedian, Sins 
Bicker who has csuted the pablio of Sao Fran, 
oneo io much tmnirmfD', and taa eaerted him- 
self to bis utmost <o plea**, wilt take bis fsre- 
wsll bee fit. Frank Moras. Billy M.nnirjf, tittle 
H\c, B.l Frarer, Muter Barney aved ell the tUTi 
will saalst tsebensflclary Inpreeentirg a fpJeodd 
bill on this occasion. It appear! on oar first peg*. 
Tb* n*usl mstir.es peifc: rcixc* w.U be given to- 
morrow. 

B-llft Inlon . 

Anawbillwl) be presented to-night- A f*a- 
tare will be tbe loeal szttsvegans. of Toe Hco- 

doe," Is winch Fritz will appear aa tbe Bed 
Gnome. 

Buckle j^s Varieties. 

Geo. 0. Thompson in "Old Back Joe," Hngbey 
Morten and other) in "Dodging for a Wife.;' end a 
variety of othsra' l.-aoiioos will be presented to- 

niaht. 

Tile BtbyS&ow. 

Tfiis sin bition opened jes'erday at PaeiOe 
Hall. Toe oolUotion of babies was an admirable 
one, at d lis charming mothers were not the least 
attraction to the visitors. Infer.! California is 
worthily represented by scores of the prettie.t 
tabus imaginable. Thtrs will probably be tally 
two boodred on ezbibition to day? The babie-. 
beaidc tbeir brao'y, bare their virtue ol am Labili- 
ty. Daring a foil boar ipent .ma rig the babies 
yeeumay. we did not see one single exhibition of 
ill-tamper, or hear a bsby cry. They seemed de- 
lighted at (he atuot oa they received, and eaob 
motner was ev»r reaiy to explsto is what berpir 
tioolar baby waa tbe Bieat baby io lha world. The 
exhibition wiil be open this morning from 10 t3 1, 
and tbiaa tsrnoon from 2: Id to 5. On. Saturday 
tbeie will be a day and evening show, 

Plata's Ball. 

The first of the series of three concerts, by 
line. Anna Bishop, was given last night, 'It com- 
menced with a piano solo by Fries: Gilder, w e 
warmly applauded by tbe aodieoee; Alfred Wilkie 
followed to "Come Into tbe Garden Maud,'' which 
beeaegiaa atyle which awakened tie and ence 
to pos t've enthusiasm, and osoeed a persistent 
dcm\nd for anothir song, to which Mr. Wilkie 
acceded. Af;er this. Mme. Anna Bishop made 
berappeavaooeand.aa sbe earn* forward to tbe 
footlights with as:igbt aod springy step as that 
of a yonng girl, round a- r ter re and of hearty greet- 
ing was sivfc her. When the applause ceased 
Mad ma Bishop sang with tbe perfection of art a 
rwciUtive aod aria from Meyerbeer. It aeoded 
tret a ew nolss to convinoa theaadlence lint time 
had da t gently with that glorious voioe. The 
middle and lower regular are of course not what 
they need !o be twenty .years ago, but rxaoy of 
tbe upper cotes are as fall, round and sweet aa 
ever. Madame Btenop executed trills and bravoia 
passages with ber old sk-.ll and power, and on the 
conclusion of tbe aria was s p plane ed until tbe 
ball raog again. L. G. Gotteotialk the bwi'.cne, 
Brother of tbe late pianist, aod Infelice from 
"Krnani" and proved himself tbe possessor of a 
voioe of good quality. Tbe mast popular feature 
af theimtpait waa "Home Sweet Home" delight 
folly sang by Mm*. Anna Bishop whiih was sj> 
pleaded totbeecbo. We have njt Bpsoe ts p&..- 
tioolar ze eacn nombe r in tbe ezoeII< nt programme 
presented. We hope that all who have mueic m 
their son! s will avail themselves of tbe preeeni 
oppor'.unlty of bidding a last firawell to this great 
artiste who has fitted tbe world with mnsio for so 
many years. Another conctr: will be given to- 
night tin p-ogramme of which may be foond on 
oar Brat page. 

Woodward* 8 Gardens. 

Tfle etlendiDje un Sunday was imrcenfe. The 
■aiariuca isellH tne otntre .of attraction. Four- 
teen sea- lions dispart themselves in the Whale 
Pood. On Sanday osxt.M. Boialay will make- an 
asceneion in hie new mammoth balloon, "La 
Qtaafc.V 

Ttie Orphan,' Pair. 

Onion Hall is a very pleasant place of reaott at 
present. The Orphans' Fair being htld there 
presents many st tract one . lo-night there will 
be singing and inatrmner,tA. moaic, fortune- 1. 1 

iag and otbar amaeements. Ihe Fair will close 

n Satarday evening, 

B. P. O. Seals Festival and Fair. 

A gra-d fe t val aedfair will bs given by tbe Be- 
nevolent Protective Order of Seals, at the Citj Gal- 
eae, en Snndiy and Monday, July 20th and 21:t 
This order comprise* actors, music- a as, dancer 6 
siagera, poets, writers aod maoy bright geniuses 
loo h>r professions, and tbey will doubtless get 
wp 03e of the beit eatettilnmente ever offered to 
the pab'.ic. Members of the dramatic, musical 
and equestrian profession a desiring to volunteer 
for tale oc.os on. and patties wishing to offer 
pr s*s. can communicate with A. W. Baik. G. S 
O. S, at the Lodge Books, 773 Market street, or 
with Sheridan Oorbju, G. S., Boom 16, £20 Waeb- 
ingion etrett. '. be ll-t of volacteera for this af 
fair appears on onr first page. 

Professor Vanelc, 

Tbtegreat professor if magic ait will aommenoe 
a sho-t sea*on at Fa t 's Ha 1 on Monday text 
His performance is of an extremely varied as we 
aiestertaintng character, ss may ba seen by refer- ] 
ring to s synopsis given on oar first page. 

&2IATOMIGAL fiC&BTJsT. — One) Ol tbe ZOOSt 
ftsmplete collections of the trad in the United 
■tatea, comprising hondredB of oootly and beau- 
Ulni wr x models, is daily on view Cto gentlemen 
•oly) at tbe Moteum on Montgomery street. An 
Boor may be orofttably scent bare. 



Good News". ~~ 

M> cnstottiers aod tbe pnblic ire notified 
that the op*nine of Montgomery Avenue wUl 
bo» necesf - my rfmoTal, but that I still 
keep the Ingest, beet aseorud and cheep-tt 
stock of men asd boya clothing In the city 

Also great bargains In gent's fomlsbing goods 
^ranke, vsIIfsv, bats e*c,. Call before prnchse- 
ng. H. PBjeer, 7i9 Montgomery etrewt, flrst 
store north c : Washing ton fix. 

Pratt's Abolition Oil 

Cares Rheumatism and Newalgla 3 



A Bad Reason. 

Dr. Brenn&D. Th* lectarer, who recentlv 
gave a series of 1 chares at Pacific Hall, is so 
pleased with oar Bin Frscciseo climate that 
be has determice i to enter ioto practice her<*, 
aod has r cd ted rooms at 127 Montgomery 
Btreet, opposite the Occ deatal Bote). Tbe 
D:ctor bai ao e6ttb:ubed repatation as a 
physician, and we bope be won't find tbe 
climate " too good " for tbe future. 

Twenty Thousand 

Paper Collars, all ^.cylee, for Sale cheap at the 
What Chcar L^kcdry, Office 131 Leideedorff St. 



f»«rteirss. 

In strolling round the other night, 
To look at Trieoo by gas light, 
mix careless test , by ohaooe did stray 
To wnere a fountain's ceaseless play 
Of sparkling waters, made a sexeen 
Through which a sweet bouquet was ■sen ; 
While mossy stone and pearly shell, 
O'er which the waters aoftly fell. 
Made that window reem to he 
Rome fairy grotto of the sea. 
©top," said my friend, "let* s go in here— 
It loon ao nice — and try their cheer." 
"All right," I said, '-I must agree 
That this place suits me to a 'T.'" 
No sooner bad we found a seat 
Than at our aide a waiter neat 
Made his appearance, asked our wish— 
3aid they bad almost any dlah 
That we mignt name- We found It true, 
And wak&d raaprn fizenliy, to*; 
Ail kllids of oysters, juicy, fat, 
Oooked every style; Just think of that, 
And if your mouth don't water, then 
You're different from other men. 
They'd clam sand crabs and terrapins ; 
In fact, we found they bad within 
That cosy place ail kinds of game, 
Fl&h, flesh or fowl which we ootid name, 
While every dish was, I am sure, 
Prepared to tempt a; epicure. 
The ladies, too, hare found, 'twould seem, 
That they have here the best lee cream; 
So here they flock, the little sinners, 
To get what they call "su^b nice dinnere,** 
Whoever doubts this let him rush 
To three hundred thirty-seven Bosh, 
And there this truth he'll find made plain: 
Who goes there once will go again. 
Pacific Oyster Bouee, 337 Bush street, above 
Montgomery; open Day and Sight. 

OlTARTilW HAA£E. Proprietor. 



For Wagon Hardware. 

Go to R. F. Ocboro A Go's., importers and deal- 
ers at 751 Market Street. See sdvertisement. 6a 



Fourth «jl" July. 

Strangers. La.ieE k 0/EBtleman, before you 
leave 1 he city, visit the Carpet k Furniture 
Emporium of JOHN 0. BELL nearly opposite 
tbe Grand Hotel on Market et. Alio folding 
Chairs, Camp StoelB. Ths Weed Ca>p .1 
Sweeper, a tbe finest assortments of Lace 
Ourtalns in the State. of. 

aTl-we Hundred Aden Wanted 

Immediately. To send their washing to the 
wThat Cheer Laundry, 131 Leddeedorff St. * 



Alexander the Great. 

We have always believed In; his existence 
hit fame, and his exploits ar^ historical, (and- 
j>ar const quencc, we also believe in his re- 
nowned steed Bucsphalat) hut we never could 
have faith Iut?\t my thi?al, winged steed Pe 
gasus till th» p iher day, on the Cliff House 
road wa (aw a team go by oq the**wiogs of the 
wind" and now, there Is no limit to our credu- 
lity in what horsefl esh can do. If the steeds are 
supplied by Crittenden « Dalton, Turf Gallery 
Stables 209 Sutter 6 r°et. 



S»ok«ti Attention, 

A new invoice of fine Meridian!*, fonr ,for fifty 
oen'.e. at F. W. Soeris. 311 Bash street. I 



Dont ReadThis, 

For if you do you will spend all of your 
money buying your family dress-good- 1 , hos- 
ieries, table-o]o:bi, children's outfits, etc., at 
the cheapest and most fashionable place In tbe 
city- Friedlandet k Go's, No. 9 Third streel" 
Nucleus Building: S.h. 



W B. Skellenberger, 422 Montgomery Street, 
Seal Estate, Furaiahdd Housss and Boom*, 
Select Boarding placep, rents collected. Furni- 
ture bought and sold. Bu loess opportunities 



Photojrraphle Oa.a-u.sa. 

At one dollar per dozen at tbe Peop.'ea Art 
Gallery, St Third street between Stevenson and 

Mission street. a 



Public Accommodation. 

Wtbhlng left at the office before 8 a. m ., can 
be returned Ik .he evening If regnlrcd; we 
never disappoint] What Cheer Laundrr, 121 
Lalaesdorff stre et. • 

17kie Best Remedies, 

Dz. Perry's Last Chance, for pain. Dr. Per- 
ry'e Webfoot Pills, for all billons complaints 

or sale by all druggists. Agency, 417 Saneome 

treet, oernerof Commercial. 



Giod Cfsjars. 

Sooit, yoa alwaya smoke good oigars, what brand 
do yon amoks, sod where do you bny them 7 
Jemes. I'll lell you. lsraoke Fred's Choice, yon 
•an buy them at Fred. W. Scerl's. 311 Bosh st. i 



McDowell, Show Card Writer 

Beady made and made to order. Boom 10. 

608 Market Btreet, cor. Post and Montgomery c 



When to see Sothern yon have been, 

Before you take your homeward journey, 

At "Spiers and Pond's" saloon Crop in 
On S, W. corner Bush and Kearny, 

Pure Llqicra there will win your thanks, 
Bestore yon)— for you must be weary 

With laughing at tbe ' 'quips and cranks*' 

Of "Brother Sam" and "Lord Dundreary. 



Woman's RisEnts. 

One would think that it was one cf wonran's 
rights to enjoy as good a dinner as a man, and 
pay the same price for it. Nearly all the res. 
tanrants " for ladies and gentlemen" In San 
Francisco have poorer fare than those where 
gentlemen only dine. Thxbx ib a* iioepuov, 
At the Piovxeb Bxstatoayt, on Washington 
street, at the corner of Dunbar Alley, ladles can 
get an excellent breakfast, dinner or lunch, at 
a reasonable price. Henry Bocken, established 
since 1849, provides every luxury the market 
affords. Both ladies and gentlemen find there 
dishes to neaae tne most epicurean taste. * 



Frultand Confectionery. 

For the very finest Fruit and Confectionery 
go to G. Wier's Fruit Bazaar, corner of Stock 
ton and Olsy Streets.; Fine stock of cig-rs 
and Tobacco. *6w. 



Wten may i mm be said to be literally 
immersed in bis bnaiueSi? When giving a 
ewimming lesson. 

"Driver, areycu ruuniogou lime tc-d»y V 
"Ko, sir, wae the keen reply; "we are ran- 
ning for cash." 



Very Astute. 

Ao exebaoge says: 

"Silhors to Grind" is the inconsistent 
title of a new drama of tbe popu ar school 
now playing in England. It bad been acted 
throughout tbe country, and bad been ad- 
vert, scd aod "noticed" freely, before an Es- 
tate cri ic in London discovered that "No 
man able toproDour.ee tbe initial and fir al 
eilibaots would stumble over the middle 
ones," a d thai "a lisp of the 6 would, of 
cours?, appiv to tbe e'e in the word, and pre- 
d°C?» t n Q r $ Uke Thithortb," 

It was very astute of th'i erii'e to find 
this out, but unfortunately the faetg do not 
ferify bis assertion. Tbe lower classes of 
London do pronounce ecUacri "sitbora* 
and we believe that this pronunciation is 
a)B3 common among the mechanic* of Bir- 
mingham. It is all very well to say they 
can't say eitbors, but tbe fact is that they 
do. 



A Boston firm of clothers have got out 
patent (rowsere for boys, with c jpper rivets 
and steel knee-plates- 



Europe alone possesses 171 cities contain- 
ing more than 50.000 inhabitants. 



If you have a blight thought, express it in 
tbe simplest language. 

Whea a naughty litte boy break§ a window 
bo should be punished, on the principle that 
pants and penalties go together. 



San Francisco Jewelry Jlanwiactory. 
D. W. Laird, 610 Merchant street Diamond 

Setting, Enameling. All kinds of repairing 
dene. Jewelry lor sale- 4-p 



Af:er the Tneatres ar« out 

Ton should not fall to go aod try some excellent 
Eastern C't'-n Ohowder at the Hot Scotch, 336 
Bosh Street, their liquors e* nnot be excelled, the 
only Saloon where a good Tom and Jerry or Hot 
Punches can be got, all drioke plain or fane j 10 
cants, go there once and again yen will go. B 



Pratt's Abolition Oil. 

The People's Remedy for all Aches and Pains, 



All description «>f Jewelry 

AtttieTery lowest prices at H.A. Calender's 
Si Second Street, cor of Mission 7p 



Heald'e Bnslness ColWge 
No. U Post Street affords excellent faeilitles 

o r practice] edoeat'on of yoong men. For full 
rlicu'ara call at the College 



Oar. Doherty 

Has devoted his study more partleularJy to 
ohionlo and speciCo practJoe, and aa such ts 
aow tbe most successful of any Physician in 
3an Francisco. Office 619' ti&eramento street, 
sxrrner of Leldesdorfl, a few doors oelow What 
CThaex House, i 



A Bitter Awakening. 

tfrs flotehkus was a eomnambuliet, and 
after getttng te Bleep at nigbt she would riee 
and grope her way do wmt . ire to the kitchen. 
Then she would do tbe whole of tbe week's 
washing, and alter banging the clothes upen 
the line come b*ck to bed. The next night 
sbe would do the ironing, aid tbe next the 
sweeping, and so fortb. And always wten 
sbe went down in the morning she would be 
i s'onisbed to find the work all finished, and 
she always insisted that Ho'cbkies h&d done 
it for ber while she wab eeleep. When she 
would throw her arms around hie nick and 



Ladiee "Visvixins: Curds. 

Written, engraved or printed by Johm P. 
Dwtsb, 126 Sutter street, opposite Lick Bouve, 
and at the Grand Hotel. M. B.— EasDKEB- 

CHXEF9 SXATL5 sUEEED. PSXHaKSBTf Of every 

description to order. s 



Pratt's Abolition OIL. 

dues Lame Back and Paralysis. 



3-L 



Or* Barlow J . Smith 

Is giving a eonrs of Free Lectures to Gentle* 
men on Seaaal Physiology and Nervous Dis- 
eases at his Hygeian Hall, 637 California street, 
every Friday evening, commencing at TX o'clock. 
A part of the evening is devoted to examining 
and prescribing for patients.. Dr. Smith gives 
phrenological examlnatioBs hi recard to health 
te invalids daily, from 9 to < p u., tree. * w 



Geo. Haas. &, Co. 
Th« great Candy Emporium, 20 Eearny Si , 

near Market. Cs, 

9avna Moor^ * 

Formerly of Buss House Carriages, can be 
ound in front of Coleman Bros, clothing es- 
ahUshmenl, Bouthwest corner Bush and Mont 
jomery ste. , or Dexter Stables. Carriage orders 
Utt at either place promptly attended to day 
or night, at red*oed rates. r-a 



Star Shirts tvno. oollars. 

All sorts and tizes, for ra'.e cbeap, at tbe 
What Cheer Laundry. 131 Leldeedorff st. • 



We ^et no bminc&s trom Chinese, and we 
employ none to do our work, at tbe What Cheer 
Lann3ry Office, 121 Leidesdorff street. * 



What all Ladies ere road of. 

Ladles are fund of whatever is elegtnt and 
luxurious all the world over, snd nothing ap- 
peals so strongly to their dominant passion in 
that respect sb a handsome (arriage, with ety- 
ll*h appointments and spi/ited h&ries. It is 
not to be wondered at, thersfore, that a lady's 
envy Is excited at seeing a more wealthy mem- 
ber of her sex in a beautiful Olarence, or other 
fashionable vehicle, with a proud, earning 
team. It Is important to know that the Occi- 
dental Ca'rlages, which are recond to none in 
elegance, may be used by any lady in the city 
at any hour for any length of time she may 
desire. This virtually places those who engage 
them on an equal rooting with tbe most fortu- 
nate of their sex. and social harmony la there 
by established. Orders for these favorite car- 
riages may be left at the Occidental Hotel, or 
at Bonton k Bon's stables, Nrv \<jl$ Stockton 
street • | 



Asa Li. Waufi-amsn'si 

" Obigago Beer Depot," 633 Sacramento street, 
between Montgomery and Eearny. The cele 
braced M Chicago Lager Beer," and the beat of 
liquors. Diily luacfa, with lobitEr salad and 
other delicacies, prepared by Ibe epicurean 
George Butt. Beer, io cents, Begular Ser- 
mao lunches, caviar, Swiss oheese and sand- 
wicnee, served to order. To lunch at Wauga- 
man'a is the thing. 5. 



i-.a Formes Jtialr Restorative 
Powder 
This Powder Burpassea anylhlag cv«r offered to 
tbe Pnblir, for the Growth of the Hiir, We Gsur- 
aiitee tbls Powder to Restore Hair \r> any Bald 
Usef*. were tbe roots are not deitroyid. It pre - 
veots tbe Hair from rallicg out, and Restores it to 
its nitoral Cjlor, In a sher'e: time than any other 
preparaiiori. One trial will tonviooe you that thia 
Is do hnatbog, as ala'ge somber of people in Cal- 
ifornia will testify. For Shampooing, it is the 
b et end oheapestertic e hat ean ba used. Price 

Cctnisab-L For Sale b nearly every Dmggiat 
in the United States ; and Whvlesslsd and Retailed 
by O. F. Ricbsris 4 00.. Druggist-Oor. Olay and 
Sansome St., 30 Anns St. b.-t Powell k Mason 
San Frsnottao. f-0 

Removal, 

Samuel Swift has removed from lis to 113 
Post street. Sewing machines rentzd and re- 
paired as ueuil, and sold cheaper than ever, x 



S.F. BUSINESS DIREOrQBY 



seller* and Stationers. 

EL H. Moore, 60$ Hontcomery, near Merchant. 

Bnslness C7olle«ee. 
Heald'e. BrjaotA Btraitoos CoUege, 24 Poet street 

Batchers. 
Rata, Fred. Btalla 94 to 100. California. Markst. 

Oentlats. 
H F. Pope, 6 Montgomery Btreet, 

£mplsjnent Office. 
Chinese Employment Oe.— Pierce k Co., 627 Sac- 
ramento street. 

French Faney Goedi. 
Loean k Co., 15 Montgomery, 107 and 109 Bntte*. 

Hmaaa Hsklr. 
Sam peon. A. B. k Co., 110 Second street. 

Searcher of Records. 
O. V. Gillespie, fill Washington street. 

Silver JPrlae Dress Fitting. 
Msne. Bros**, Ko. 24 Third street. 

Whitenen and Paper Qacgers. 
A. W. Wbelden, 122 Geary street. 

Wines eu>d Llqasta tWnolesale.) 
D men F. k Co.. 504 Front. 



FREE AND EASY. 

<T«BT SATURDAY KIBHT. 



Pimo ana si» s ine at 8 P.M. 



CHARING 



•f> 



SALOON 



ftOC Mission street^ near Second 
deK ZA-GLSS k WILD, Proprietors 



9. 



Charges moderate. 



MISS N. SCULLY, 

LADIES' 

FASHIONABLE HAIR DRESSER 

H»sB«BOTed to 
I 811 WASHINGTON ST., 
Four door* below Stockton aire, 
Hurwork of ill DeBoriptiooe mado to order 

}e!I li 



DK. LEECHUN GEE, 

CELEBRATED 

Chinese PJaysioian, 

1017 DTJPONT STREET, 
Between Pacific and Jackson St". 

Cores .11 diaeua. Uoder.te ohar gee. j-i: . 



SANGER HALLE 

(SlSGsaB'S HALL,) 
Id GIABT ST.. iVEAB KCASN1, 



N»Be bnt the fJholeest Srands of aTTlnsi 
uud Llqnon os> hand. 



DEPOT WEYAHD i. USCHt'S BAY EREWEB1 

felfitt CHRIS FKLDM4K1S. 



ASSESSMENT ROLL OF 
SAN FRANCISCO* 
l873-'74. 



CLEBK'B OFFICE, EOABD OF BUPEBVI- 
aora. Ban Franciaoo, Ja y7, 1873 
Pablio notice ie br>r*br given, is aecordascn 
with Section No 3 654 of ihe Political Code.tbat 
tbe AsaeBsmenc'Sol) of the City srd County of 
baa Francisco, for the fiscal ye&r 1673-T4, has bseo 
completed and dsiiyered over tome aa Clerk Of tbe 
Board of Snp> rrisors. snd will be open dtily for 
exsmin*tion in this effioe from 9 o'clock a. sf . to 4 
o'clock p. sf. . acd that said B.ard of Snperriiore 
met to ezsmiiie the A*se esoaect Boll and eqaalire 
Ihe aseeFSment of propertv on this MONDAY 
AF 1 ERKOOW, Jo j 7to, 1£73, st 2 o'clock, and will 
cc mi en a io session from lime to time notilthe 
bnsioesaof t q-a'isf tioo preesnted to t-em is die- 
posed of, bm not later then tbe i&ih day ofJnly 
1671. 

All Applications for Correction of As- 
sessment e are Required to be Veri- 
fied sir Oatn. 

Pnblic sot ceis also b'reby niver., that io ac- 
oordnace with Sections 18HT and 1899 of the Po- 
litical Code, (be Mi itiry R'jII hts been comple- 
ted, delivered over to me. and is sow op*n for ex- 
amination and correcticn as priTidtdby law 
Extract From Political Code. 
Becticn 3627.— All property mnst .be assessed at 
ita foil osen Taloe. 

Sectioo .'tj7i. i he Board of Suparvi'ors of each 
oooot? mnet meet en tbe first Monday in jnly 
in each year, to examine tbe ssee^emerjr booh ana 
iqnslize the ess»ssmeot of proierty in thecoanty 
It mast coctione io session for that pnrpose from 
time to time ontil the badness of <qnsrz«iioa is 
disposed of, bnt not later t Dan the fourth Mon- 
day in Jnly. ' 

r-.ection 2o73.~The Board ta? ihe por,r to de- 
termine all complaints in iff rd to the assessed 
va oft of property, and mar Iticpt ss pr: b'bited 
in this Title) correct sny TaiCBtion by sddicg or 
deducting sneb snm as may be necessary te make 
it conform t" tbe aotoal cash value. 

Seotioo 3674 — ~So rsdnctiOD mnst he made, in 
tbo vi nation of property, unless tbe pirty aff«o- 
ted thereby or his airent mates and files with tbe 
Boaid a written application theretor, verified by 
his oatb, sbowing tbe ficta upon wbioh it is 
olaim^d snob reduction soon'd be made. 

Section 367S.— Before tha Bo?.rd grants ths ap- 
plloatiATj or makes any redaction applied far. It 
must fim .limine, on oath, tbe person or tbe 
aeentmskior tbe application touching toe vane 
cf the property of each nerson. No redaction 
most be made unless such person or the agtnt 
making the eopl caiion a'taeds and answers nil 
qo^sti-ns pertinent to the icqairv. 

Section 3«76— Upon tbe ht-rioi or the appli- 
cation tbe Baaid mar snbieeaa sucb wHnnsaea. 
bear and take encb erilenoe in relation to tbe 
subject pending as in its discretion it may deem 
prop-r. J SO: A. BU?8KLL, 

jy-Sj.d Plark Board of Buperviicrs. 



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HALL'S" 

^A 1 L 

P A R 

A^ R ! 
R S L l 

S A A , 

yellow' 

DOCK 

AMD 

IODIDEof POTASS 

mnl BEST 8PKIKB MEBJC1JI 

IB n»e, PnrlCea the Blood of all 

morbid, eorrcpt and Impure manor. 

Care. BheDnallia and Merevrtal fTalaa 

Sold by all DrogaLt^ 



ASBlTfrr, 417 SAS80MK ST BEET. 
SOLS AGBHT8 70a 

ik. rnsi'a east chahcb aaa 

SB. riEBTt WBBTOOT FILIA 

i».i. 



POSTESRS, 

Prograauaea, and all kioda of Pri&UDK for 

SHOW, EEOTTJKE. COXCEBT. THE. 

ATKE and CIBCT8 KAN AG EKS, 

AT LOW HATEB, BY 

313. ^*. Stexretrt 

S8S CL1T STKEET. rnkl 



THOMAS W. BREE. 
SILVER PLATBI 

>* fitANUTACTURKBa 
M#^ — Aim— 

^T druwisTmnjos, 






ESTABLISHED III lSBS. 

am-Laaaona rir.D on tha Banjo and Dram, •*»■ 
aUBBIOH StEkET, betwaan Firat and Baoond. 



Philadelphia Restaurant. 

OHAS. T. BKKGOLD, PROPBIBTOB. 

THE OH01CEST HEATS ■""» — 
VegfltableSj Board by tb. weed. SarMmV 

40S PINE STREET between Kcarn j W«S*m 
an 3 MoEtPOTrj.rr. vatSR Ira ^UE 



MILITARY COODS 

....AKT3. .. 

GOLD AND SILVER THEATRICA. 
TRIMMINGS, 

8*5 Montgomery atrtet* Boom Bo 

labKU T. RGDGEliS JOHUSOI. 



EDWARD PEEL & CO., 

6SG and C -7 Washington atrcct, 

HAVE OPENED A COOKING FSTABLI3H- 
met t a' this place for the parrose of prepar* 
ine BALI. fcUPPhRS and L0NCHE8 FOR PIO 
MOS AND SALOONS, on the mo.'t reaseDabie- 
terms. Lunches celivered in any part cf the citw 
free of charge. Tbe patronage of the saloons ie.. 
tbe city is respectfpHy sohoited. ja7.1m 



PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE. 

THIS ELEGANT THEATRE HAS BEEN KB 
decorated, and can be rented by the .night • 
if the weak. Stsra and traTeling comwuils* 
1 .iberaUy treatoG with oo application by Letts* 
„ JChH PIJr»EB, 
Manafrar and sole Proprletas' 
Or to 3. SL HeOABK, 
ettO TVsBbinrtosi street. Ban Fianofaoo 



THE OLD 

HOt SOOtOhr 

15 Harlem street. Bear Kearar. 
A.11 Drinks Ten Cent» 

Hot Drinks a Specialty. 

THE BEST TOM MDJIRRY II TOW". 

Always on file tbe New York Herald. BarperY 
Weekly, Frank Leslie's, Day's Doings, Police Ga- 
zette, all the California papers, also London 
Punch. Bell'sliiie. ILiaatrated London News. Oal> 
and satisfy yourself. 



HOWESTEADS 

That are Homes 

pEBSONS IN WANT OF HOU8EB ARE^^av 
■*- rerjaeeted to examine tbe plane of tbo*e IB 
now belog constrncted upon th»t beautl fully ■^^*' 
situated property oa Pacflc Hejgbta, on tie hlosk 
bonnded by Pacific avenue, Bucbannn, Webster 
snd Jackeon streets, oommand log the mort magni- 
ficent view of any location tn the city, and sooes- 
sible by cars, which pass the doors. 

Tbess elegant honaea are built in the beat man- 
ner, and will be sold 

Os. * Credit stfBlx "Tears. 

Plans and specifications at offica at 

JORX T. XalT? LB, 

Seal Estate Agent, 

if 16 ago m«Btcoa»erw Sa*e*4. 



For Sale- A. Plunger* 

Twenty-two feet long by ten feet beam. Ball* 
Anchor snd Oha'cis — complete in erery reereot 
Well Baited for A PLBAKURst fcOAT. The craft 
Is nearly nt w and will be to d st * GREAT BAH- 
GA1N. To ue seen at Welgg's Wf>arf- 

Anp'y by letter or in person to "Oh»b," Figabo 
Oftick. 3e;s-2w 



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FmMSMB ROOmS *f 

110 to •J0*'p*r «ont* 

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WEST fill 



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i THE GREAT BABY SHOW 

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OAUVORMIA TBHATBB. 



PLATTSHALL. 



>0CK 



tmtat 

hni " "'»««, 

Nil* 
"•""«i nu» 

HiOITOlM 

.'""turn. 

J TER8, 

'tunirar.ni 
"Wiuiuin, 

U1IUIR11 

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111. Jin, 

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BARDEJf and PARLOR. 



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4a.o.nt Te Mi Hen.'rrd Dollar*. 

USBaBI Ot 



Ai represented by him for over 400 Night* at the Royal Haymar- 

kot Theatre. London, and for 96 consecutive Nights 

at Wallack's Theatre. New York. 



T*. Pant. «ul M imntl w i* Aalkaattt M BaMtllaJ ■ < 

e*ae>«aa 



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a rata * a ■ , 

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n.MniMaikM 

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■tol. an 

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Said tt tbi mil 

SIT talraiKani 

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T«i raiua win. pi muii to rat 
ATTEST BABY. 
THINE8T BABY. 

PLAINEST B»BY, 

HANDSOMEST BABY, 
BEST DRESSED BABY 






Ortaa. Ik. D aaBaal f>a.ll.r. Iba Pro.]' at 
■ a- laatakl il'la, 'a. Baadaaaaaat Bha 
Da»»t»w4 kb.i. m.laraa allflkU f»a aoa 
I* IBraa faaaa aM. 



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DAVID QARRICK 

<■■ <[•«• IX.OI 
-a P1ITT 

MB p^ ". 
mi .■ wr. 

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■ »«. aniTH 

■ IU lUUTi KB. 



MR. HOTHERN 

. WALTIB UHill 

. i u BatAlAMSSS 

B. H. TVATIB 

IIKBBT COAD 
W A VUTlirK 

■ niii.n mnrtT 
... jk. Lomi 

MllU AXJIIK IIBAHaU 

BR» J.'DAH 
M*«. URSAUBDER* 



PERIOD. 1742. 

Acts I and II-- APARTMENT IN MR. INCOTS HOU'E. 

Act lll-LIBRARY IN CARRICK'S HOUSE 



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ra 1. 1 ika cHnclloa a' MB. CHA8. SCHULTZ, will p. r.'arm Ika foUoalBf lalacllooa <t 11 tale 
OVBRIl'RK— Broaaa Hon. w AUHFR 

i kom Martha riorow 

kKJUICAL RIOK RACKS. c. NHULTZ 



Saturday AltcmooD, July 19lh at 2 o'clock 



"DAVID GARRICK " MATINEE, 



■ •— t..<! Braaa-DnaaClrala u<< Orabaatn «1 «• Bilmi.. 

BtNnfi ««-«i. r -lu^oaa TS Ga!!ar7.. 



..•a ua sio 



F»fl[*£ll TWia OF AMERICA 



MME. ANNA BISHOP 

n 
Three Grand Concert* 

: a ii all. 

•II IV I - t It, IStll A^ 1«». 

AP BI I IHI BT 
MR. ALI-RID WILKIC. 

B.tn.k Thii. 

MR. L. O.IOOTTICH1LK, 

Baa awl Baniaaa. 

MR rRAKK OILDEIf. 
•■• *bw«w ruaisi 

l''"i:'-nmine. 

TRIDAT EVENING JDLT 18 

l*»rt >'lr«>l. 

1-PIAHO IOLO '.iopd«Ut>*ii IfTflBl 

Mr. rrB.sk Uii. Bfi 
aV-WM UU« MniBiiin 

Mr. I„ O. O-Il.eh.ik. 
9 -EsW I ATlVr. O W«is»> |i> M Do.iti, iMBtfad 

Air, * 'Ait*'* •••' kV t*it aod r- »iuam. 

||>fl*eMii.l 
M%lt«W« «-»4 «iminp 

4 —BO' Q Tell ra* Mary, hi* to WooTtia" HotJ#Qf| 

Mr. Airrrd Wllkltv. 

5 -SOI»0. • Pobtn BU4br*aAt''... tlDBlAlB 

HADAMBARMA HIMHop 

•V-POBrra solo pr -ri'oo. inb "Hiii." riATtw 

AHnd Wlikt* aad L, O. 4JB.tt.et.Bik. 
I'nrt Becond, - 

m. win~ it ovijv Irum.ody. with v.? i. ooot OLLDBB 

Mr, Fr.nk Glider. 

9,-SOnO, "II DoR.aT.blr Daeda" 4 BVLUTAM 

Mr. L. O. «.«t(sch»lk. 

8 —BALLAD, "My Bad io Ussvao." 8 Hir 

MMK. ANnA llliiiur 

4 —SONG, "Good Bjm, Bwtalb-a-l BAtT 

Mr. Alfred U'llklr. 

•,— SONfl, "JfsrAraib,' Godrod 

.Mr. la. O. e«t(Mcka.lk. 

C -C'HANSONEfTE. La Bayadsr* On. Bo* ha 

MME. ANNA BI1UOP 
T.-DLETTO, "Da Qaa) Di," tiom th» Optra, of Liade 
dl OttamoDolB, Don t*ttl 
MME. ANNA BISHOP end Mr. A. Wllklc 



INVENTION. 

H 




Tahoe 
Billiard Hall 

CM A*. I. NTONi:, Proprlrtor. 

No. 417 Kearny Street, 

Bet Meet. Califc rata aad Pine. 
This slsrs-.l re .or* baa la'aly been eolart'd, and 
saw aoattiea "■ »«• FW».| uM't. The best L qqors 
ami rjtfaVB SS*b« Bar. Kits 1 art's Bnsty farolabed 
rormi. for eltba aod prlTaie pattiaa OQlb*lro«a 
tsriB* aad rales. j 7-3 ai 



1PEIA HOBIL 



1 tm, inm. 



\toio 
gootoH. 

Ba**"" 

*Tl» Ce "' 

iiaspe«* 



SEWING MACHINE8, 

DENTISTS 110 JEWELLERS' LATHES. 

rbli lBTiBHot) cab bespplUd to the opan'log 

of ell BiDds or Bewlog BteeofDM, DcotUts 

sad J»w«ll*n Uth'i Its *iojpM-liT la 

odIj • qraied I t lU dura bill*) 

II BTold • tb« nee of the lrc»d- 

Js. which. 1« DngTBcefal 

Rod Ibjarloat. 

BSTAppHcRtlon mtdtf by tbt Agentl for Ibe 

, > RCLfl: Ooktt. 

IAWTER ft WHEDON, 

MS Watblnictoa Htreet. 








AZTEC PINOLE, 

made prom pabohbd ooiix. 
G-O O ID 
j Abb. rfipBlar article of foert. 
Aa a diet for tl> tpep* Ira, 
Aa afborl for dilltti ... 
j Aa *» reiftjiaiar uf tb- bowels. 
1 Aaa ihlrkealnff f r aoafM. 
I K.r breatllnai cwtlnia aotl Mah, 
iKorthe xx%e of niln*- ra, 
I "or the- m.o of proBpeielora, 
IsTol* the wax of hunt, ra, 
1 f nr the us* of campers, 
' For the «■« •■* picnickers, 
For tike ■ a* of •* very boil y. 



Ask Tour Oreeer for it, 
BetAll 1 rvosrj sappliad by asy wbolSRAlecr or 
lytbe 

AZTEC COMPANY, 

t!S BsBe-Tmameato street, H+ m rrairlirs, 

jSsT-ls. 



'v^^s%.aN' a x"aEax7* 

McDMIEL'S THEATRE 

cBSTBurm:. Bioani«, 

THREE GOOD VARIETY W0ME1. 



S| Eaav mil find it to their bAtm- 
U4a belore Usrlsg aallfomia to corrtapond with 
af. McHABlRL, 

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THE CUFF HOUSE! 

ROIRIRG OCEIR!~SlTrEING BREIKERS 
FOIBING SERF, MOBSTER SEI L OHS- 

Appetizing Breakfasts, Lunches. 
Dinners and Suppers. 

BRING VOIR WIFE! 

BBINQ YOUR FAMILY: 

BRING TOUR LAIIY FRIBND8 

Aad .ojo.a .i.w of Iba flo..t OUKAR I'ANO- 

&.JLA llf THB w, ,K 1,1,, .11 In ,i f hi T 

tba aorld-(nno«..d 

Golden Gate. 

Wilb afl.al of wbltam.iaaol.ri aot*riaf from 
avary parlof lb. oonoi.toi.1 world. 

■BrRaw Lin* Bo...*, cooo.ctioa wl.b Htr.ot 
Oar. ft-. Lon. Moon trio «.*ry IS mlo QUI bar, altar 
for IboO'D'Uooia J.l-ll 



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Thla tb.atr. will b, laaard oo liberal term, for all 
raoo.h. or by tba ,..r to ao rxo.n.coud min.rur, 
bo .In... r.qa.riosoirAbflaDce from ban Job. Too 
bona, oan now bo raotad b» tbaolgbtor wtak on 
low urtsa 

SRA TiHa CAPACITY 1,200. 
B. BBIIBASKA, JTroprLlnr. 
SAB JG8S 



Liverpool and Gieat Western 

bteaimhip Company, 

CARRYING iTHE TJ. S. MAIL. 

TIGKETS SOLFTO AND FROM 

TIVERPOOL. QDKKHSTOWlf. ^tfSB* 
LoDdoaderTT. Baaibargfa, BramaD.saawAWAWAS. 
IIatis, Piria, Swadeo, Balilom, Norway and aU 
Snropaan oiUaa. 

TbtaOompany baa arraacamaBta with tba Coro- 
mliatOBBrof Hnstgrawtw aad R»llroad OompaDitB 
at New York, by wbtoh paaaeDfera are promptly 
forwarded to tba Ptofflo Oeaat. 

For par tionlari apply to 

If. B. JACKSON, A r .nl, 

m|20lBl SSS Hon( ( i»Mi>rj street. 



HARRY MYERS, 

Af*o*. for HltoblBri A Orar's Bohno! Bstcbtlt 
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SEALS FESTIVAL 

....ON.... 

Sunday and Monday, July 20 & 21. 

...AT THE.... 

C?i t3^ C3-ar <lens. 

AmODg tlie rjucietiea and aril'. a [win.. ii«T0 (xprcsaed 
their iDteatioa of partic pntioR id the i ^rlorruRccoa od 
the occasion of the snnual FestiYAl aud hair of the Be- 
nevolent Order of Seals are the following; : 
rim.lBon Ltston 
EN ihajor 



Han Francieoo Cadets, 

The OrigiDal Orphene CInb 

The Twelve, 

CasBim A Fritz 

Miss Jennie Booth 

Jennie Johnson - 

laillits Htrlarrl 

Mrs. Chas. Ooinel 

Miiinle Fillmoro 

Fannie Garretgjn 

May Leslie 

Ma2 K io K- lly 

Hn-ie Robi-on 

Maggie Br. Glair 

Map Rio Brawor 

Zidie L.scellea 

M-y Coleman 

Ti>e California Jewel 

Henrie Stewart 

Henry KIoge!oy 

Johnny titirr 

Jameii P Dnnoe 

Cl*nd« Stewart 

MirB Louisa 

Ida Fisk 

MifH Blanche 

Chut?. Morrill 

Moliie La Fori h t 

J. Jacoby 

John Conner" 

Leway Devere 

L i ta Orny 

Cunio Wilis 



| J 8 Torreoce 
Oeo iiiueliley 
Willie Simm's 
H W Piercy 
J*kt WalUoo 
K W KoLIer 
Chas. Holttilt/ 
Henry Lukes 
Fred ititchle 
Oeo. Thompson 
i Jin n. ThompuoD 
Dan Lnwry 
Uagb RuL'ieon 

JdK. C'dlOQ 

Kiioi Freeman 
Bob Hart 
Mon* Hchmidt 
M l.o. Therese 

Fro J Ljsfeyr 

Minnie Walton 
J W M'Kenzie, Jr. 
Hiniih .V Severing 
Harry Rogers 
Zsdee Z'-lma 
It nk Mortirnoro 
Ntd Koh'or 
Charles Kobler 
Mid Bennett 
Sam Rukey 
Kelli< LfO.ard 
JeunieKugels 



C.nt'ibrjtior" for prlz a and for the Bazaar have also 
b< en n cei veil from the following partio- : 

Thos. W. Broo. Bilver-monnted Banjo, to be con- 
tested for by amateur players. 

O. A. Stewart, one Box of Cigars. 

C. C. Canning, firm of Holbrouk & Co., order for a 
Pair of Boots. 

Armand Cabn, two Boxes of Cigars. 

Shear A Keating, Saloon, corner of Geary and I'u- 
pont streets, order for a Hat. 

LiEcst-r A Norton, 617 WdshinfUon ttnet, order for 
a pair of $10 Pants, to meaenre, 

Johcn; Price, Saloon, 831 Kearny street, Pair of Clogs 
and Sasb. 

Mr. Jus. Gibb, Saloon, 617 Merchant street, one Case 
of Wine, 

Mr. F. O. Edwards, Carpets etc., 628 and 630 Clay 
street, one Feather Duster, 

Silver Mnob Box, pieteated by Manrioe Citborrt. 

Holy Bible in tte German laweuiRe, printed at Hi'- 
dtsheim, A. D. 1768, edited by M.J. Carl Koken, pie- 
Beoted by I. N. Ot,oyinslu, 146 Second Street; 

Gold and Cernlian Ma'ch Box, H. Corbyn.i 
I Fbotocranb Album, A. W. Bark. 
i Case of wine, Sam Sample. 

' Order on Adams for a f6, Hat prrsen^ed by Matt 
t tllv, for the bestimatear Bong and Daow Man. 



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....KVKRY .. 

Saturday JttvcM.iii.f2-. 

AT EIGHT O'OLOCK. 

_ AT THK OLD OPIOIIfAL 

FRKD LluN.lO Oaary iUhL 

JWb»ra yoa o»n h.Tn HOT AND 

UDLD DRINK H of tb* vary t>«at 

qialliy. Tba "O d »por." Is *i- 

Mvayaon baad. Drop in 

DAVK IdiiNDKi*. Propria lor. 



Attention, Good Livers! 

Vjn. P. BBROBS. FORMERLY 

atI. propiiat«rol tba Miners' Rss- 
taoraDt, bfta ..krn tba DaaBRapmeDt 
of botb the Miners' Raaiaaraot oa^ 
Oommortnal streat and tba Mlt)«rs'*l 
Braoob on Market Street. Id partnarsbip w.tn MR. 
A. DRAYEUK, who baa boao ooonaQtcsl with tb* 
arm lor tnara. Iropr«*s-n»Dla ha»a hesn made aa 
tbaoolBioe deptirtms'. toat will rondst tba at*- - 
oara' more popalar tbae It has aver neen darlnaT ' 
tba 22 > vara of Ita proaparity. Oar Bills of Fare 
»nih"r« all tba dcilioaoics of tba aearcm. Oar 
BOtto ls."Oood Fare. Qood Oookioa and ModaraU 
Obargas." 

P. IIGRHKS «V CO* 

MINERS' RESTAURANT, 

Ml and *Ott UommiriUl, aaal j 
m'J Market streat. 
OpAn rora 5 a.m. tr. 10 p.m. ad31 Im 



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CALIFORNIA AND NEVADA 
VOLUNTEERS, 

HONORABLY DISCHARGED *OR ANY A) 
cAoao.fti. Drum Barracks, or BDyolbarJre 
plao* over 9r00 mllxa from plaoa of snliatmeni WJf 

u -titled, to additional Travel Par. ,,J 

Apply to. i ; I 

J. R, ROBINSON. if 

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SAX* BAFAXli, 
ONE BLOCK FROMTUE RAILROAD 



L. THORIN, Proprietor. 

FURNISHED ROOMS 

....Attn.... 

m esta urants 

First tjonlltr of IVtaes, t-lq- 
sure and 1 Clgura. 

BOARDERS TARING BY WEEK OR MONTH- 

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»._ HOTME TO THE PUBLIC. 

COEaV -thai- 

3TJS Delmonico ResTau'ant 

flss latoly cbaosed band* and la row Dn<4*-rtbw 
fftioisat m«t»aatmoot of Mitobo'l, FreiU* A Bro., 
*n(> b tbair itrra-. m itriei oi la lb - eaiailim line 
are briogmn back tbe fortnar popnlarhr af tbia 
T«ataQrsnt. Give thnm auallaadp ore it \no. uil 
Tcrsa diabaaaVSodBtfl.arb'.- Its new a Br t tlaia 
Restaarsat. lili-.m 



-HS JOtTfiNAX ul AaWBEBBHTa. 

Pnnuabod nan Day 10 tile Y*ar by 
J F- BOGARDUS 

SOfl Merchant and 535 Wa.bjnsrta>st Si- 

Below Montgomery. San r'rancteoo. 



FBIDir •'■ ■ • JULY 18, iB73 



TUB JKIDIL itlAGDALKV. 

TSCEre.— A cottage on the French and Gor- 
man frontier— so much on it, indeed, that a 
FrdQoh Ciptttn forget* b/s nationality flav- 
eral times daring the abort time he is before 
the footlights, fiealao falls over h;3 sword. 
Thu, though, ii a "saper"-eroga>oiy. Two 
English women, Mracr Merbics and Grace 
Boskbcbbt, discovered on (the stage; es- 
peciaii v by the bnlieta later on. Bat this Is 
ant cipatory. 

Mnfioy.— The Germans are advsn-ing in 

fores. Yon have jast time to tell me si! tbe 

•eirets of yonr lite, whilst I neglect tbe 

wounded, 

Grace.— I will. [Coeseo. 

Mebct.— Now it is my tarn. [It is. 

Gbace.— I gather from yoar je-ky tale that 

70m have been an attendant at the midnight 

meetings, for the support of which my dear 

Papa nsed to subscribe, when alivo. As a 

modest woman, I loathe yon. 

Mkbcy.— Iexpec'ed th ; .s. I have noty so ex- 
cise for my future condac. [Shots wiih o , 

Guioe. (shrieking) The bullets sre 

coming in. I shall be killed. 

[A* she atonce prccaeds to stand in 
front of the window, for shelter, io_ 
atea 1 of getting under tbe bed, it is 
net s irr ri-ing that sbe is. 
Mxbot.— My revenge has ome. I know 
the secrets of that dead woman's life. I 
will be tie t dead woman. Wny not a fe- 
male Tioh borne? 

[Picks Grace's pockets and puts on 
ber cloik. 
Enter a German Surgeon and an spoplectc- 
looking war correspondent, Horace 
Holmcroft. 

Gebxax Scnoeox A dead woman. I 

will have aurgic il larks with her. [ Has them. 
Hobacs (to Mercy) — You look perfectly 
raTishiogio what waterproof. I love yon 
Already. Later on, I shall nearly have fi a 
about yon. 

Mebct.— 1 wish (o go to Laburnum-ter- 
race, Kensington, at once. 

Hobace.— You shall. I will tell tbe Ger- 
man sentries, in English, to pats you. They 
dare not refuse. Follow me. [She 

[follows him. 
Gsemam SrmoEOK — Wonderful ;to say, 
the woman wis not dead, and though I 
havedona my best, I have not suco:eded in 
killing her. She live<! 



Act I- 

ooixe — Dining-room and conservatory 
in Lady Janet Boy's hoaso at South Koi.' 
sington. Four monte have elaps:d. Mercy 
Merrick discovered in purple and fine lineD 

Mjsbct.-I am;now Gracs Boeeberry. I 
havoimposedonher aunt, and have been 
received with open arms. This is consid- 
erably belter than the Kef age. 

Enter the Kev. Julian Gray, a gush- 
ing young o'ergyman. 

Jouas.— Good morning, etrjnge miss. I 
»m Lady Janet Roy's nephew, and a pro- 
fuse talker. I will give yon my views on the 
Agricultural Laborer question. 

Mbkct (as'de).— Tbeman beneith whose 
proay sermons I nsel to sleep at the Befugel 
(Aloud) I shall be delighted, Mr. Gridle- 
•ton*. 

JtruAir.-JuIian Gray, if yon please. I 
wUllunoh while I lectnre. 

[Does so, and talks eflnsively with his 
month full. 

Eotsr Lady Janet Boy and Honce. 

HoLnoEorT — Good morning, auot; I hare 
not seen yon for months. I have lots to tall 
yon on the Athanasian Creed. [Tells her, 

Hoiace. -Graee, when will you marry 
ma? Now, don't shut your eyes and look 
dreamy. Yon doit eo often. 

Mibct.— And don't yon get as red as a tor 
key-wok and forget your part? You do it so 
often. 

Ladt Kot.-Now yon two, go and quar, 

r *t 01 "" d »' [Tteygo. 

•mtua*.— Aunt, who is that girl ? 

Ladt Bot— Miss Sraoe Boseberry. 

JoLiA.'i,_Theo there are two Biohmonds 
in the field. I have a Miss Graos Boseber- 
Ty waiting in the conservatory. 

Ladt Bor — Impossible! 

Juuah.— Here she is. 

Enter Graae Boseberry. 

Iadi Bor.— Who are yon ? 

Gbacb (nnctabualy).l.yonr r-iece. Lidy 
Boy. Where Is the abandosed viper that has 
taken my plaoj? 

Laat Boi.-Femalel That is soarojly the 
way to speak. 

Gbacb (whiningly) .-Where ia she? Bring 
hot out. The vile impos tori 

Joliak.-aUow me. Proofs. Miss, 
better than profuse vituperation 
proofs have yon ? 

QaAc«.-She picked my pooketa of »u I 
ha*. Bui there are score, of peop e in a n 
ada, waer- T Mm , faorr., who o.n speak for 
•BLMi 

JtTUiF.-lDth.iw9e, we hid better wait 
• week or two. A lettergeti to O»n>danow 
in about ten days; and a month, at moat, 
■wiU clear up tbe mystery. 

[Tnii is what heaho»id Jhave said, if 
he had, bad any oommoj sense; but 
what he really did ny was eomsthing 
quite irreleviDt. 



Last Rot— LeiTe tbe house, female claim- 
ant. 

Ghach. Norer. till I hire scan the impa- 
tor. 

Enter Mebct Mebeick. 
And there she stands. 

| Mercy falls in a dead faint 
Jcuajc.— yon shenld hare said, "There 
sheliss." 

Saw. 8cbxb,— Merey discorered going it 

in another new dress. 
Mkect.— My place is still itcu-e. I am a 
repentant Magdalen, bu; I cmnoi do my 
neighbor. Grace ought to have died. Be- 
s des, sbe has not been in the Btfuga three 
times, as I have; soshe'd better have a trial 
of it, and see how sbe likes it. 
Act II. 
Enteb Jdtjan GfiAV. 
(A.ids) He! bel I am engaged to be mar- 
ried to Horace Holmcroft; but I lore this 
diffuse parson. 

Julias Grat. — Good-morning, MissRose- 
b*rry. (He talks for s^me time on the 
Educational qaestioD.) 
Bat now, tj come to the polot. You have a 
secre'. 

Mebcv (melodramatically). — How know 
you that ) 

Joxux — You walk as if you had, you talk 
as if you had, you blink ss if you had, you 
start as if you bad. 

Mebct —List to thestoryof my wretched 
life. 

[He listens, and not having heard it 
one i before, as tte audience has, appears to 
be irtereBted. 

Julias. — Angelic woman! But htra is 

Gr.ce. I laaveyou wOjoor duty. [He 

[leaves her. 

Enter Grac?, mysUriously, asusaal. 

Grace. — Well vi er, so you have on my 

dreasand petticoats still? 

Mebct (cowering).— No, no! Yonr figure 

is not like mi:e. Ihave been 

Grace.— Courting the pars m, I saw you! 
Mbbot.— lam arepentant Magdalen, and 
Deed Li. counsels. lam going to lestore all 
to you. 
Gbacb.— Thank yon for nothing, outoutl 
Mebct.— That is strong language. Take 
aire I 
Gbacb.— Clear out at ooce. 
Mercy. -I won't, then. There! I am a 
repentant MagdaleD; but I weo't be bullied. 
I haven't bteo in the Retuge threa times for 
nothing. 

Grace.— I wsrrantyou haven't. You must 
have been a shocking bad Jot. 
Mjebcy.— Now, I will not repent. 

Enter Ladt Ror and Hobace. 
Ladt Rot.— This Tiohborne woman here 
a^aiol Get a policeman, Horace! 

[He geti one looking like an over- 
smoktd bilUard-aoark-r down on his 



waiMitabor Only) 

Employed by the What Oheer Laundry , 131 
LeldeBdcrff street. • 



Watches Oar-t fully Repaired 

At H. A. 0*ll«nder'fl 62 Second St, cor. Hilsloo 



The JPTew loik Ph-Otograpi. 
Gallery 
lfo. 25 Tatrd B raet. Is asaln open, with lar- 
ger lights; more room, anl all the latest ia 
provtjme&ts in lrystramtnts. Cabinet Bern- 
braodta only $4 per doz^n; Cird Beozembraots 
from $2 to |3 perd'zan. No OUoamea employ 
fld. B. P. HOWLAND 7a 



imerican Wa<ch«« andOlocks 
lo every Tariaty at OalleDder'a. 62 Seooad St. cor 
of Uiuloa. ~q 



Corn", Battlons, lagrowtrjjjr Nails. 

A perfect cure warranted by Albert Sohoen- 
trald, l'J7 Second Etreet. i-si 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Do IS ot Suffer trom Coma 
The nnfortnnate sufferers from Oerns, Bon* 

<ons, Oluband Ingrowing Kails, can find Instant 

relief by applying at Dr. B. H. Cowan's Instt- 
nte, S10 Kearny Etreet, from 1 to 6 p.m. We 

-n*»i from experience. haYtaft tested tbe Doc- 
k's capability. Beferenaea giTen ttreqnired. a 



OXaaibiotjUet. — Xaaaaae uiara Aatonla, tbe 
:!alrvojant Phyalciao and Independent Trar.oe 
Medium. 333 EearBy strett. bet. Bush and Pine. 
Oonsultatloni in ?nc!(»h. rronoli and Oerman, 



Bound Not to be Beat, 

la O. Bnrahardt's motto. Fine French Oalf 
Boots roEde to cre'er uc-rc S8 U JJO. A geed 
aod t&tU faction gmracteed. Call at 510 Wash- 
ington etreit and be convinced, A fall assort* 
xent of neatly-made good? always on hand, at 
prices to snis everronb's purse. 4 bx 



Everybody teuitcd. 

There Is no end to the multitude of fanhlons 
in bars. At " Thx" Bat Store, 647 Washington 
street, (second hat store below Kearny) . all these 
arw ttyles can be found. Tbe stock Is immense 
—the prices are reasooable. Every on* who 
{oes there la sore to be suited. 



CALIFORNIA THEATRE 

Mr. John MoOotloagh.... Proprietor and Manager 

SPECIAL ANNOUNCE HEIST. 

Mr. McCalloagh hns great plea nr^ In stating 

that owing to tbe Uaoreo'dinted eoc- 

ceao ot '"B-ftTid OarTitk." 

M.R. SOTHERN 

baa pOBtconed his immediate depirtnre. 

Will, therefore, be repeated on Monday, Tnea- 
dayind Wednesday of next week. 

On Thnrsiay, Frid irand Sata:-ja? Mr. So them 
i Boberttoo'a beaatiti 

HOME" 

WriitiO Fi :reflftly for h'Ol 



Ladies' Fair, 

IN AID OF THB 

ORPHAN BOYS 

—OF THK— 

San Kafaei Assylam, 

WILL BE OOTINUED AT 

■tTJSTlOTaT I^yaLT^Xi, 

Howard Street, bet Third and Fount). 

Positively Closing Saturday Night 

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PICNICS, EXCURSIONS. ETC 



S. F. and S. P. B. R. Co, 



CHANCE OF TIME. 

THE CHEAPEST ROUTE TO THE BEYHRI. 

IDS with tbe Sao FrAooisoo & Nort 
ro»a_Oooij)apy for OJoverdale aod ■] 



■o««tb tbe8«o Fr.oci.oo i*NorTb pVoiOoHS!: 
ro.d Oooipao; for Oloverdale aod I ill Tioterroe f&\ 
;t*"?°J; T'""^ S »° F.anolaoo d.ili tfn.dSl! 
I'm''; 'f e tr *'° wl " '•"'• Olo.erdale dill, S 

l&VSZX ^fSSjff UtSf" °°™' U <Z 

SBRDAY EXCURSIONS AT REDUCED RATEI. 
^•a™ Satt t Fr.nclaco at 8 a. m. ew 



Arri.io(t at OloTtrd.l. at 1 o'clock p' M %,„ ,u, ? , » 
«ll iBATe Olo.ordaleafJo'olook, iJr'iriol J^aH 1 
Fr^loi.00 at 7 o'oloo s Tbi. ViU alSJ ISi? ' 
..oolet. ajTeral boor, at .», ot tbe o SoVa IHt 
tneltneef tbe road. For All info.m.H^ ^ T*** 1 

On aod after Jooe lat. lb. Steamer will lean 
-*- P,S PKTFR DONAHOE. Pre.irt..,. 



GEETEUDE H. GEEGOET ' 

— OF THE— 

GREGORY TROUPE 

Ie reqneaUd to oommonlcats irnraedlittsl- wifh 
she andf-Higoed. By so doing -he will heir son. e- 
th nggriat^y to h-r advantage. 

J. H. MtCABE, Theatrical A^ent, 
je.19.Im 620 Washlagton Street. 



Pol. I on On It. 

It la now generally known that the act" to pricci- 
o)e to whlohthe effects of POISON" OAK are doe 
isaTiolatlleaotdcalledbTohemiste tori code odri o- 
aoid. It ie, however, not so well known that DICE- 
KY'SOREHEDB US is not only tha hestaraila 
able prevaatltire, bat will alao,by iti oeafcrauBing 
and soothing qualitits, greatly relieve all dUtrem- 
ing symptoms. 



Don't Pay Otber People a Ddbta. 

Bat buy yonr furniture and Bedding for oash 
of J, A, Sbab-r ft J. 707 Marlet Street, who 
gives no oae credit, eo make no bad dbbts and 
there fora seil fcr cm tiler profits, and less 
prlcss than any other dealers in Sin FranolB 

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What 



luck. 
Mkect (pointing to him). —What is be 
going to do, lidy Janet? 

Ladi Boy.— Remove this iotraive woman 
lo Bedlam. 

Gbace.— He looks tbe sort of man to do 
it. 

Enter Jdliax Gbat. 
Juliam {to JflEBct;.— ConfeEa, becau3e I 
love you; and your avowal will mace Horace 

throw you over, you 

Mebq?.— What a pure-miaded, high-aouled 
disinterested pers m you ate! 

Lady Ber (to tte policeman who is bscV. 
ward in coming forward),— Bemove tbat 
ou toast. 
Mebct — Do nothing of the eoH! 
Policeman (A.»ide).— I didn't mean to. 
Mxbcy.— I will explain all in the next act. 
Same Bcehh — All the characters sssem- 
blcd. After all has been explained, attadiooB 
length, Gbat spsak from a chair. 

The Bet. Julias Gbat.— And now, ladies 
aod gentlemen, I have a few obssrvatioos to 
make on the morU of this play. Mercy Met- 
rics, thrown over by Hordes Holmcroft, 
whom she does not like, has promised to 
become my wife. You may consider sbe is 
suffieienlly puniehsd, and that she will be 
glad to retire to the Refuge, for the fourth 
time, to get on t of the roach of my voluble 
tongue. BatI, la1i:s and gentlemen, gladly 
oUep my angel to my bos jib. Yes, I ssy 
angel. Think how sbe has. sinned, and lied* 
and deceived, up to tbe very last. Who is 
Graca Boseberry, that she should come to 
o'aim her birthright from sach a model 
Magdalen as mine? See how readily she 
offers to share my lot. 
Mebct— Becau-e I can't do better. 
Jtjliam Gbat,— Admirably pat— you can't 
Btiil, wbat a glorious example you give to 
all your fallen sixers! Let them take exam- 
ple by you, Let them graduate at the Refuge 
and then repent by besoming Bisters of 
Mercy iu coquettish costumes. Ten to ooe 
they will frtoinate S3me spoony "special," 
as ray Mercy did. Tbeo, when they see 'a 
chaDce of bettering themselves, let these 
peni-ent Traviatas swear bhek is white, aod 
lie, and deceive all they cime serosa. Then 
everyone with a soul will think they are 
hvdly used, when they are feuadont. Then, 
when falsehood fails, and subterfmge is un- 
availing, let our unfortunate sis-era once 
more take example from Mercy, and marry 
clergymen, if possible. It is a fit ending to 
their angelio lives. 
Gbace.— Bat what of me ? 
JtruAK GBAT.-Ornel, base female, you 
deserve no sympathy, nor respect, nor jus- 
tice. You have never fallen. You are not 
J repentant Magdalen. Mr. Wilkie OollioB 
has no good word for suoh as you. 
Ctjbtatjt. 

Ll f l E ^ L ~ APbil * del P bi » W« M win- 
ne thatnature should take its course. 



A. Pleasant Location. 

Parsons desiring oemtortable lodgings In a 
Dsntral location, shoaU visit the Alhambra, 
tnd inspect the fine suites of rooms to let there 
Tbe building Is a verr fine one and is well 
Lighted and veatu&ted. 4 



Trie Montsomsry Avenue 
Tall orin fir <tylr.fi; and Clean- 
ing B§tabilshn\ont; 
No 16)6 StOBktea Street, opposite Union Sqaare, 
Ladies and gentlemen's cloihiaR of eTervdeaorip- 
tion, claaned, dyed, preseed, attired, mad repaired 
io the best m&nner, At prioes to aoit the terms— 
wrttteo orders promptly attended to. S. Gray. 
7tV 

The Last \ew Hong. 

Avr—"M-iel t£ CkaruUm," 
Emerson Oorville 1? my name, 
My business always is the same; 
Eastern OyBters, and Fanoy Boast, 
Relishes these, that my house can boast. 
Safely these Bivalves to all I show, 
Oh! high ohl Ohl high ohl 
None who have been but again will go. 
CorvUle eayB sol eaya sol 
On Pine Street, it No. 410, 
Rememb=r the number and call again. 
Visions of 8beil.fi 3 h In every style, 
Inwardly cause yon much to smile. 
Ladles with escorts there always go, 
Ladles got Ladies got 
Emerson OorviUe's polite! and so 
S-l They gol they gol they go* 



Best Rustic Window Shades 

IN THE WORLD 

Pioneer Feotory, 413 Mission Street, between 
First and Freemoot. 

UOLLIEIAN 4 BEARDSLEB. 
j?1*l[ Proprietors and Matrnfaoiaren 1 . 



Dividend Notice. 
SAVINGS ARdToAI. SOCIETY, 

OlOJCLAT 8TKEET. 

ATA MEETING OF THE BOARD OF DI- 
i r « c t° rB held this day. a dividend was de- 
olared for the an mor.thn ending- June 30. 1673 of 
«»t T » n ^ s^-^ntha (9 6-10) per cent per annnm 
ON ALL deposit free of Fedbr.il tax, and payable 
on and after the 15th icet a>»j»u.u 

H . - CYRUS W. OARMAMY, Oashier. 

ban Franoiaso, Jnly g.h, i«73, iylO 2w 



Badger'sDentral Park, Oakland 



rpHBSE BEAnTlTDL GAHDBtfg ARE MOW 
A open tor toe ..•■<». and man, of the no. 
potmlai 

Will ba beld tb.te. Tha attraction, are noma. , 
on.. SKATING PATIUON. MUSEUM ov- 
HASIUM. Statin* fr»on»„ kd .„. "" 

Admlaalan. e - rj-«a. 

OBTLDRBH IOOEiVt's'."" ,„i^, 



DIVIDEND NOTICE 

The Farmers and Mechanics' Bank 
of Savings 

T„ D "lSrS' l ,t, < l i ' 1 . d "? <l '<" "> 8 »«lf year .ndiog 
JnneSOtb. 1S73. aliheraieot tsnpsrcent »ran- 
onnj on term; eight parent par annnm on olaaa 
ooe ordinary, ana Btiperosnt p-r niaun on cl.B* 
c »o ord'nMT d.p oatta. frae of Federal tax, pasablo 
onanrl aftrr Jnlj U, 167J. Ej crier 
j»14-lm i a. M.OOWDEB.Oaibier. 



FERNANDEZ & AGUIRRE, 

Pasltloaabl e 

ATTERS, 

No. 329 Kearny Street, 



Bet Bn9h and Pins, 



BAN FRAKOISOO 



Hate Made to Ordrr and Rsoorated. 
J i7-lm 



DR. JORDAN'S 

GREAT ANATOMICAL MUSEUM.) 

Ajtd l-olle ge otl atedlclne. 

»A8Mont«om«rsatr«ot. FOR MBN ONL»f^ 
-•••Db. Jobdan's Pbxvatb otnn. ia at an. 
Q«r..tr..t loooo.it. old Mooh^lyp.^io^' 

IT'S £3C^a.ft.X> ■X'XIVCXIW 

. . . .THFBEFOBS . . . . 

SAVE YOUR BIOIVEYI 

BY COING TO 

THE PALACEOF FASHIONI 

&«X 0, £». °,'o 9s.l?« 1 «3?a: 

bettor than at any .ther hoose in th. city! 

NOTE THE PRICE8. 

Pants.... from $6 to $12 per pair 
Sul *s -from $25 to $90 

thVinaJtet " " i """' li ° a "' »• Ob.looitCGoodi la 

A- MORRIS, 
No. 17 Second Street, 

»* 17 lm Oppnaltt Brund Hotel. 



D&RENZS 
HERB 



The Great Tonic and Appetizer, ft 
Suit .Everywhere. ms9 3n 



A gw*t variety of Ties and Bowe, all trtylsi, 
Jolt received at tho What Oheer Laondry, 121 l 
Leldeaderff itreat. • 

Pr*tt*g Abolition Oil 
Gores Stiff Joints, Spralna and Brnlies. 3-l 

p «ih and Sweet. 

Far the beet oonfectioaery. g* to Ointj aod 
Wa*nar*t, 107 Montgomery SL Dear Suttet ■ 



A GRANDJRAFFLE 

1 GKSTLEMASS TURNOUT OOMPLETB 

""■ on account of departure. One 5 year old 
Scrrell Horde (eonod and kind, broke single aod 
doable. Oao trot in 2-4ft). 

One new thru-fourth bnggy, LarkioB 4 Co.. 
makera. On. Bet of new JDnmscombe HArneBa 
Day and Higbt Blanket.. Eobe, Whip, etc., at 

Rattler's Wine Parlors," 

384. BUSH STREET. 
Where tickets can be had. Tnrnont can be eeen 
at tbe Oitj Stable.. To be raffled on Satnrday 
erening, Jnly 2«lb, 187.. j 9 ^ 



ii • 



Dental Work. 

Fob pikebt Qr/aLtry or wobx, go to T. 0. Jee- 
rap, dentiet, pot. Snttet md atoatgomery, orer 



TQcker*a. 



8-D 



THBBosioonoiAltBwer.. set of pbilosopber. 
who 9oorl>hed in Germany dnriog the Seyen- 
teentb Oentnry and pr.ieontad profonnd research - 
es into oatnral soience to diaoo.er tbe Elixir of 
Life. They were impreaaed with tbe'propertiea of 
herbal preparaUona, and found drnamio and psy- 
oboiorio toroe in the extraot of carUin plant. 
PD71FAX i, dn.t) thflr raeearnbei. It ia made 
from twenty diff. rant herba, gathered when their 
j nioea are rtronieet. forming a oomblnatlon nnn- 
yaled in th. materia midica. PIPfFAX aaaiate 
,adfort8M nattuo. It driyea to tbe extreme 
parte, and thrnnah the voree of the akin all .mono, 
toriea nf the body, tea had humor, whiob mol.at 
It. gtTlog relief eren in di.eue ths moat refractory 
and diffionlt toonre, anah as a rues, neuralgia, and 
many coniplainiB haying their origin in tha brain 
The influence It hu on th. sympathetic and 
pnenaaogeetria aer.es ie yery eorpriBieg. If an 
angn ahrd patient tri«PIPIFAX h. will ba a>ton- 
iahed at the relief It will bring to hie weakened 
nerree - 

Tleo Whito Hoaaa, ' 

TboWhlto Hou»tathro*ged.TerTan«moor, 
wllb ladle., tb.majjrltyof whom Bare oome 
froau a dlrtaBoe aod ooBaeoneBtlT most heed 
MtM refreshment,. Do thege ladles rnow that 
dlrectr, opposite tBe Wlllt0 Hon , e fJ , h6 Wara 

BoubKbotadbaot. TLlsBertatrrant baslturt 
bn«B roJlttea «.d MUirgaa by M,. Mmjan, the 
proprietor, with a spmtal rlew to tbe coaifort 
ofladlea He has takes great car. to keep It 
letec*, aad toe refreshment, are arst-clasa '6» 



THE VILLA," 

At the New 

GOLDELV GATE PARK, 

The Building baring jagt been completed is 
how k throvii iOpen to tbn pablio. Th* hoatteu ele- 
fr-ntly fornlsbed. end bftfl 

Four Public Parlors, 

— . AKD— 

Ten Private Dining Rooms, 

The whole beine bull*. n*t like a poblio hotel 
bot aa it is onmed. 

An Elegant Villa. 

Epicurean Breakfast,. Dinners and Sappers, 
prepared on the BQortaat notice w*» 

GUDIO MANGEKBERG I CO., 

^^_^^_ PROPBIKTOR8. jp.iljtl 



J. C. COMBES, 
TERRAPIN LXTIVCH, 

Cor. SecoBd aod Teh -i mo, street*. 

r-Terrapin oon,tant,Iy on bead, 
Oraten ia every stvle, PBIVA1I 
STJPPEB BOOMS FOB PABTM. I 
dee SI lm 



CANDIES. 

A LI, KXffDS OE TUB FIMBST OAJfDt 
made at oar steam Oandy Faotory d"' 1 - i " 
orders, eepeoially from tbe ooontry. are 
and will be promptly attended to. 



, OAMTY a WASHBB, 
1QT Mo wi^omAryart^ t^-.r ftwiaa. 

ALHAMBRA LODGING HOUSE 

FITTELY FUB'VTBHBD BOOMS. HIV- I 
tie er in raitc, 

"Well JU0*s«d and ▼eMtUsttttd. 

Dnfornistiea Booma to (et- Lo<lgiDs wl%M 

or wltbont board. AiaAilBRA. ROTLJOaM ' 
9\9 Sisb street. -o^ tf 



0Y8TEE GE0TT0 

A clean aod reepeotable Oya'er . 
Hoose-nttedu parposel. for I adies' 

428 PINE STREET? 

Ab °MO» h «*.m*.'iy 6 r ?r..,^"" t ' """" =•«»»»"* 

A. W. Manning, Proprietor. 

ielt-lm 



MORACHAN& LYNCH, 

DEALEBS IK 
rkYSTEKS, OLAMS and all kinds 

a^,°k.! B R l i rt y , '- S ^ 1 ' 68 Oaliforn";. 
"^S'v 8 * araneieoo. Open Day 
and I Kyht. r .millsa, Puhlio Vnd Pril 
Siulr'.'n',".'' H °,""i- s "iPPi»« and 



Ǥ0 



lOCts. lOCts. lOCts, 
Per Qlaas for tbe Finest 

Wines and Liquors, 

and tbe Celebrated 

FEEDEEICKSBUEG BEEE, 

— Of— 

FRED. Q. WENTWORTH'S 

SAIaOOM 

601 KEAHUrr STREET, H. W. oor. Sao. 



AFTEB, Idl 

THEATRES ARE OUT! 

GO TO THB 

lrlot; Sootcli, 

■sitter street, near Ivearoj, 

And try one of their 

Hot Stotch's er Tom & Jerry'i 

All Drinks Ten Cent* 

mlilt JOB, d: BBIGQg, Proprietor. 



BOKER'S BITTERS. 

THB UNDEBSrOKBD IS SOLE AGENT Dl 
California, for tbe eale of the aboye oakv 
brated Bitt r.. He Is prepared to deal wl*« 
Mercbante and Jobbera 00 the moat reaauuassl 
'••™. TO. B. JOHNSTOK, 

ia'l Int 48 Oalifornia 1 



GEORGE MAYES" 

DBAUtB IB OTSTBffi, OLAafB 
andaU kinds of SHELL FISH. . 
SWUsNos. «S, «1, a», OaUfornia' 
Maslct, entrance on Oalifora.'a street ' 

Pablio or print, parties and families suppUea 
from£ A.M. to 15 p. at. Ladiee' and Gentleman'. 
Orstor foaosa-on«D fron, S A.W. to Ilp.ayj -4.-27L. 






YY UR YY UB 

. If U bl ynre 8HlETd at No. 3 
4 kostomers B atval. tuI.Ml tbar 
With the prjBU the eel th»r» aadervar 
And erri tklog to th» rornlBhtug line 
U kao gl.yonf miinnes'sroith erd time 
Toilet articles 2 of ereri kind 
Ja.t tii them once and bare In mind 
At the Old fitaod 3 and St 
TJ hi at pr;eU that fcaot B B»*t. 






FXapu 

Try It' 

lafWraratla* Tmk. 




MINTIOMERY 8 

HOTEL. 



• ■ rmAVOtaoo. miudat, jolt n. ntts. 



T4. XVIII. ■. 



lUCKLEY'S in VARIETIES 



m4 I X im. ►-'*■ 






Off aLHAIBEa TBlATRi 



^SEISS 



BALLY Till Wit, 

AYM LlXiB. 

rt>w »rii>rKK. 



■■■»■*»»■»». ■ 



lva: AGUinics 

CALIFORNIA MINSTRELS. 



Billy Manning. Frank Moron ARobt. Fraser 



O- O- TIIOMPBON 

■ ATI «t>AT A»n IUHBAT CTmiKOI 

FIRST PART OF WIT. SOIG IRD FUR 



H. Hay 

■)^*»*» ■ •»*-«•■ 



Roapponranoo or i^ittlo aAajvo. 

mthiidat ahi> «i«n»T kvb*i wo* '^S.7.. ".~.'.~. '.. " ."l^^TotT^iSTIiuio 
rr«*i ituin obein. tbs tui. aid iatsjbuat Arr*»»oo» »t» 



BELLA UNION THEATRE 



I'm < I li>« I — I iiici inlii nt m In Hnlmiu. 



■ ATMtlllJ rme., 

MMl .«,., nrw . 



P«Ai-t Mpconrt- 



'. • i'4i.inam ainritM 
i-. -. 
mi. it lAlim 

■ 

I m « » a. MOB t » 

.. Il'irl, Mnr*n A ManniiiK 
-Olli>. 



A rv»»i»mi*iiTi» ... . 



Itt o on<«. 



:rJi 



'OLD BLACK JOE * 




"Jaw t •-. 



I ■' |Al. 



••*• HIM Mlaa.a. 

, .. HIM •>•!•* 

MORTIMORB. 
H — l, J ***1tt eoapl aHU ol Wallar 

C(0. r.-HOM'SOD 



IIVK1) CHEEK. 




Ul.. nu.rkr 

l.a.r WthW 

■Ml P..la.a 

lla#ry DtTt j 

■ •lit. I.a Forrr.l 

OrabMlre 



TRICKS ON TRAVELLERS 

O«or, Mortae aad TboapMB 



cone rniKi 



LITTLE MAC AND MASTER JAMES 



BALLAD J. o. HI >SELL 



rinfrnoi 



n.A.TJC3na:nvc3r gas. 



rn a>k homa* 

■ AA1IIO. HART. 01 AIA ..4 TUOIPAO.1 



•ton riAllt 



B D. TIIOMP80JI: 



■ ■■■..p. J- nilKRWQOD 



THE MISCHIEVOUS MONKEY. 



I.4ITP1.4UT. 

HKUHKK VMUM TOLO CO 

M..\K rif .. 



..MABTVR.TAMBfl 

B .II HART 

i.rrn.E MAC 



i^EETl-BB-AltbiMOIiia..... F.TAMl AMD UR4 IIFATRA 



Concluding with Mat.ii.ugA great specialty 



»> 



"ONI NIGHT IN 4 BAB ROOM. 

I1MZIB biaon«laalObara«l*r -11II.I.T M AHHIAQ 

BARK SIKH BOB PRA8RR 



shabby qexisju....... 

ROWDY .MB.. 



.0. D. THOMPSON 
LITTLE MAO 



FIAOBABLE.. 



..MA8TERJAMK8 



MOMDAT EVENING, Inly « >— OR 1HD COMBINATION OOalrANy.-Bjappoarance of 



33 



X-a Y 



-A- 1ST 33 

LAST WFBK OF 



LEON! 



3VE A. 3>ff 3>ff I 1M C5- 



TNT33 1VLO 3ft A. TNT. 



•■rtl.Jla.l_,. 

HOO X>00 

TJ3CH3 PIO 3V10 

n »- 

m:w ( \ [alooue orrua 

MTOAD AT AID IO.D.V aVEwn roj 
WIALEANDrEMALEMINtTRKLI 

Orat-ifi M*. *>• p „n B*t(*4 

Hal •»■. t«>0 To**, Ihwi^ , 
BMW» J^WW>« . r »f 

•MM Taar HM#r ' |j-, till— , 

■>«3bbbbbb1 



nvTEnutrnE—no jvio 



( 



•*>■■• . , 

F»tifr D'lrf 

Uwlr aMlarllaa* 
*aag aad Daer* . 



Lull* Qrsy | 

1.1 111* M«rUl4 

I -an Dlaau 



untoijIj ^raiAZjTxz 

ic.hf ul TTnnnnC 

Urms of Miislr Miss Laura Berron 



ii 



After • hton i bt kt;i*v*t»LX*. or ta« 

HOO D O O" 



RED OROMB 

Haas.lwih* 

[i-c.ai MtKBtrliui 

(ttofftT Br».'1 ... 
tlorAti* Iftbbi. 
O «1 Motbir J«ak* 

NlH lllClllt 



Matt K.Iim- 

r«d RuctiiS 

W K%rk 

.lobn Wocdwd 

[.nil* lUrtATxl 

....HIM Uor. i>rm 



QrcrtDr*.. 



r^OrobiititTi 



HoD|i, Serl* Ualc Hit* «Ieul« Julmaai 

1u.ni flnm, ■•!!( ud Dadm HtHle H*I)1om.b, 

(h.iru(terS.iB« v TBtUDir lint U*n. 

B*nja «olo I, mi 1)1 x* a 

I". |»nl<»r RoPgi MufBle Krlly 

THE POET. 
Keltj Diioo JUUhlt, Woodtrd 



HALLAB Miss L4VB4 IICRVOK 



OASSIM and PRIT1 

la %'i Or r trial 4ot 



•tone M»BBle Bt. tUlf 

I TUh I've >e«n yoa B«f»re Fred Rlirhia 

Churarler Ronu> I.i.iinfjr.v 

To oooolad* wltt. the Uagh»b!o 8k«tcli of 

"A TBIP XO PARIS." 



TBS MODJCA. LOIISIIS HUl.O. 

pacific Housr*' z^s^r^'r. 

01TMPICH0USE,^ST5£ 



rwKIm 



R « I.BTON A OOTBPLL. 



R'CAt 

TAnely 



***vr$ 




^^.t$ 



greit 
TArlety 



A I the I * L AI'-TI IN STORE, No. Ills .nil 620 KKARNY SHREET, cor. Commercial. 



TRUNKS AND VALISES 

SUPERIOR. 0UST0M-M A DE IWORK: WAR. 
r.nto-1 strong .od dnr.blo, at B'pntly r.dt>0«l ' ' 
prio... J. OOKIN. Trank-maker, 234 Montnoai.r. 
■ tr.ei, batwean Pine aqd Basb. faclns thy Rail 
Hon.*. Trookl Ra.air«d : Oovera Made, jal Ln 



inr; 



jpSwibW 



Ten 



C«* 






,","5 



yy«« 



FIRST ANNUAL 

Festival and Fair 

—OF THE— 

BENEVOLENT 

PROTECTIVE ORDER 

—OF— 

SEALS, 

—AT- 

CITT GARDENS, 

— ON- 

Sunday and Monday 
JULY 20, AND 21. 

PROGRAMME. PAVILLION. 



Acrob.Ho Wood.n br ...0ASBIH AMD FRITE 

DM«b RonntricltlH br FBBD RITCHIE 

Ooaoirtlo.Bolobi HBKBY LUKIS 

■lUlopiaa A.|b> J WALLACE 

In.bl.aib. DAJ LOWBY 

CV.>ni.Aol tr 8E0. 0. THOMPSON 

Bart ol •bj HOOHET BOBINBON 

B.tio-Oaalo Boag Hill JENNIE JOHNSON 

Opmtlo Balaotiona, BRA. 0HA3. 00KR1EL 

Som and Daooa br TBI OALIFOBNIA JBWBLL 

Ob.mplon 0ln« HlfTRY 8TEWABT 

Co. Into tha Oardao. Hand J. W. MoKEtlZIE. Jr- 

■»"•<■ b» MINNIE WALTON 

Euan., br JAMMOOITON 

Oora.t Solo br B w. K.0HLER 

■•treAotbr 0. THOMPSON 

Ballad br MISS FANNY OAKBETBON 

Bl.bl.nd FIlH HI3SMA00IE OBBWEB 

•orlo-Oooilo Sou MAGGIE KELLY 

etomp Orator BOB HART 

PaadaDoa M. BOHMIDT lad MME THERE8E 

■A"** - JOHNBTAJUt 

■•(••MDaM. SUSIE BOBINBON 

Banjo Aolo OHABLBS MOBBELL 

TaBaUlBlM with MORTIHORE 

FaaarDaM. LILLIB HABLANB 

Ml BLANOHB 



m. VooalOjma MISS LOUISE 

.» IrlUi Ji( ZADIEZELMA 

». OoaloBooc MISBMA00IB8T CLAIR 

II. Too Mloolaa ol Mnurr by IlriRR SALOMON 

TI. Killr liraOitt MISS JENNY KNOI.I8 

31. Bpaolaltla. , SAM BIOKEY 

U. Oba»ploo Doable Oloi. KOHLER BBOTHERS 

A3. Obarao'ar Aol.Orudtnotblr Dool.r— Jul H. LISTON 



PROGRAMME, OPEN AIR. 



....BY THE.... 



FOURT H ARTILLERY BAND. 
Sports on the Plateau. 



PIONEER SHOE MANUFACTORY 




Qaotts. 

'i browing the Hf»Ty Hammer, »■ piondg 

Throwing iho Llifht Hammer, IB nmaicio. 

Pattlnic tke Heavy Rtaae, 99 pnnida. 

PnUUnthe Light atone, 18 pauuui.i 

RtNBilug Jamp. 

Kaanlng .lamp. 

"hort BLaee, once aronad the eonr«o. 

Hwnilleap Bur.* Kac«. 1» rear* and uuder 1 

Twice nrontd the coanc, 
ToaalDg the Cabrr. 
BCnanlng High Leu p. 

Long Rate, three tlmee aronad the connc. 
ntteJ. and Kick. 
Btaadlcap Race for ■» 45 year* of one and 

mvGri three time* arena,* tha coarse 
Vaaltlaff. 

Hurdle Bu«o, three time* aroand the conrie. 
Hop. Step and Jamp, 
Standing High Leap, 
lack Race, 
Three Lexged Btaee, 
Rack Race, for Bora only. 
Wheelbarrow Knee 
Archery Practlo for Ladle*. 
Married Ladle*' Bncc once nronnd theeonrie. 
Single Ladlva' Race under SO yean, once 

arwnnd the conrae, 
WrattllBR Match. 



TAie Santa E**ort«d br the a. F. Cndrti) the 
Juarez Guard, and 41*. Anillerr Band. W1U 
meet nt their L-od^e Room, 773 Market Street, 
at 11 A. W. on Sunday, when ther will take 
•he following? Ua« o€ March : Mnrketf *o Hont- 
ffomarr, to Waihlngto*, to Kearor, to Mnrnet 
to Fourth, to Howard, to Sixth, to FoUom, t* 
City Garden*, 



_ AdnUclo* to IhaOarda.nnl »tl th*RaUrh\lnni*ati 

OaJr. «..-- so onnta 

OhiidiM BaU Wee. ••««»• 



THE .MOST ELKGANT OUQTOM WORK IX THE 0IT> 



Beers Sc Moynard, 

•30 ILearny street «-..oae door sou h ofBn 



33IC3r33:T'Sr 

Single Outside Rooms, 

— WITH 

No. 1 Spring Beds and Hair Mattrassea, 

——■AT TRR^— 

BRANCH HOUSE, 

1*1 SJKHOBf. ST3EET, COR. OLAT, 
AT 

E'irty Cent* per jXTlaTUt, 
And Less by the Week. 



O X» 36. JNT AL.Ii NIGHT 

Apr-SB L. 1. EWELL, Proprietor. 



Merchant Tailor. 



LIST OF PRICES. 

BoAYor Drees Suiti — $50 00 

Beav.r Baalneia Suit. 40 00 

OaaBimere Bull. 80 00 

Fine Bearer Droaa Coata 38 00 

Flo. Beaver F.nta 11 00 

Floe OaulmiroF.Dtl 7 00 

Silk Yelret Vest 9 00 

Olotb. Veita 6 00, 

Fine B.iavor Saok Ooati 10 00 

Overcoat, „.. 16 00 







, 33 and 85 8SC0HD STRBE, SAJT FEAJICI8C0, 

ABO 83 I0BTH BT11KBT, VHtonriA OITT. HETADA, 



'3F- CO-ARO." 



THI 



AX 0? A_U6__a_TS. 



J, _*. BOOASDUS 

SU8 Mcrehaat aod £85 W_hmrton «U. 
aWo»"atont«c_«»T. »•» TraHcHca. 



batckday. 



..JDLY lb, 18»3 



AUU8EHKNTS. Ete. 

a^ahbra ^HTATBt-Siim Ric_ty had a 
•rammed hoaie last night, whkb his merit jsat'.y 
eotitt'd him to. Hia frieoda rallied In good style 
and got blmupa-pTftDead benefit: This aft sroeea, 

ths sto__k. and *p'Q to-ma/row ftveniflg. the 
oapfffbAtfa^ bee-dreitn afcb eboofjof^ffw^ 
tar duns? the* wetk will be presented rt com- 

others hTTtfi nTBfpar^r and toe let* oV"L#_b_. 
in* Gas." ' The "Dram Major' And "The-Mi = cbt v- 
oat Monkey,; The pfifoa-no acoe tetmteetea .wltfi 
tbo tefcamibk ferae an "Otoe Night in k£i J-ecar 
in which BiHr Ma-^ag, FflK F")«v* , , H »' ,j y Th-jsp- 
son.JLl U« Mac. Bob Haft aa1 N(iUr ^I« *f- 
pear, Oo Mor-day evenr-a* tbe erer-popular Kelly 



and Lteo will _ak_ tbeir reapjparaace ia ceo-' *_Billy Swea m 



ju.et^n witp Mann.ivg a»4 U«ru, and aba pres- 
ent eoawpeny, formhir aTtogfirbef an tmsiense 



Maoaisg and 

St, 



will 



JKoTfX^-Ovten Marlowe the comedian 
JbarOfcTaj brtM ~ 
" E. A.<c'.b»rn,5 _>-. 
Theatre has been fxt_uded\hT3agh. r.*xi Wefek 
"David Garflea** *jll be perrWnfed j_h atou-i v. 
Tuesday and Wedntf car. Oo JTlmrs dey acetber 
RabartsoD j aomad**», 'fltn/ vf i.l t>e produc*: 
Una " 



The Ohepman Eietere. accompanied by tbeir 
4 motber^aJio bad b^p eeriom»*£jJL witbsrbeomik- 



a new 

Charlei Readt'e novel "The Wandering Heir" by 

lbs autBor. and a new play by Victories Sard on 

Lew it Morrieon of Pailidvlpbia enraged M t« d 



etaratfl frem I 



far serenl wWV 
Jaly I. 

Mile V«ot«iO!i,tbydanc»f, was Mixed Je 
wu_ parab&lv-et Foi*i American Tfctatre.Fe 1 
_.?>::» It i^tnbaaht Wat she wiUttfTW 



rtaon ■ eotBedjI-, ''nitaF- vf i.l te producs- . • ~ *-_aw~ V\ 

r play by HrtTr-Uyron, a dramatization 0" " 



4tb. 
John Robioson'e Show, QJmmSEESEl^P* 

J_.ep_; _.._: OaA.3A.31aL J__ Aa* Loo of Una 

.»,;• b«iH re—tea Iroai the —allow, ol tko C/ius 



St 1 



gfrrvedou iltimmfT'VlDUu ytrterdsy, 

ar*ea_ Mare woo will fJlortty OtnmeBW an en- 
fc»gement aj .fee Callfeiria Theatre in "* D * TJ _ 
breckr-i" »'ri id yesterday «vfpi&tf' Ha» j# 
eojijiBfflheCi liforna oiimatavao* moai. ^ 

Ohaxlea Vitii n"wllr-w»pp«»r ft tb» Attnnbrai 
neii weik. -A) a^on as blr engag«m«ot at thai 
tueatre is csnc! oded be intends gWing tuteitv'p- 
njen,ti in towni in ttolclerlor of iLeStat?. 

K. L pits aolHiaa Carrie LipeU of the Boee- 
« DtisniK >oopewbi:h bae reoeotly diabao. 
arritud je tcwo &a Tcnrtdaj eTtaiog. 

J. H. Laroy' drai 
CofliBb' n*val The 
TFeoitaoTe pieo i of tfrk> ^°! 
eacceiB. Mr. ^Voy^BTOog 1 
stood Dim twgi od Etead in -enabling him to COE-' 
iirn.vl -. T*ryJ*i ccti^e drama. , J kffKffl 

J ■G.Riss^llh)r 1 .Torit ; 1)irfT3nrat'tti'e ilhim- 
ftt^TbeatnlVew U^UW^^bfacflt oir Batnfd»y"or i 



, where it bad aetapid. 



(b tin 

fbiw' 
laftne 

Wicket Ban, tna Ipaiaef pi* il d(P Q *'- * f 
&bitn-ry*'-'Litd wa; airen by tiafc^aar 10 a repOi- 
4er _m J cuiaara; I . aQiUcV b*»e -cried, -air; £ea -vae.- 
ont^ide bis .csga in tbe ya--d, 1 called biaeby name 
a ad seraichtd diu baoJK, but be only- t-arne^Tir bse 
*y», Ws UUbaeg dawn. BUTi>bt, wLich wua h»o 
sign; Ibrongbtbim in a nice fresh oabbsge and 
shon-ad a to bin, bult au WoJat wne^p f1*?J3p^ltl^ 
too^»:praa^Ur nig*. Injkcrajlpafer% to- V. ff t .j^fi 
wud au and ^n went np to tha donx olliA 
cigfl whiei wL cloeedJand loofcJ| tnlogl fle 
itfn baJLlltf emldmiif he wiij tolet taplle 
!Mej(stftbeaUtBljlijaJinmanJb1itB nlgbiViBi 



tjmbiai'lbo. " Ktit Friday Billy 
F.-anlt Koran, .will caltea joint b. 

C+xJjf(i»B«i,. THEiTRE.— At the m»4iD«fi 

t ci-da;- acd ajfaio tbie efenlng. Mr. So^betn wjli 
a»p*ar in tie tbarmicg com*dy of 'TaTid Gar- 
riokj Tiioao wbo hs.\» only eaen bun in, li.t*"-'. 
Bo^ae^ieriHDondrtarj^pi^aiiij^-j^^,, ^ 
ldeaoThTt aonngTi.^,^*,^,) J[M ^^ A 
* iul ® -r»oeona*lasaell6a«pgh,bat wear»«l*d tiiat 
\h« pablie cf S»nFre" cleeo appreciate Mr. Soib-. 
crn Mtflrio tb*-4bWtcUr of D arid Gain ok than 
In the' two'lBnFC*#Te>Ie carioatoree of hamanily. 
wbiafc ke Hr:i eppear.d in. I 

Bulla Skiox Tiieatbk.— A 5pl«nflid Sat 

nrdaV nlgbttiil will be preeeated at tbie noase. 
AfttreflrEtpa.fi. In whicji Miea-'Sneie Robkian,, 
Tommy Barton, Mias LotU Gray. Ma*. E"Hy, and 
Others wiriapbeer.ao intsr'nde will be given, coa- 
eletiag of ritfof dances by Mlrt fcillie HeTbrnd r 
cotnio seleotiotif by Mlee Mstcio KellVtp'niB of 
maalcbyaHfis Lilrd OT»#oa> Ad ethtfrWeatfnka. 
After this, the 4«ci t «?traVar«Dzi oi '-^be **»o 
Poor wiH''be prea«nted with Friu aa thaEej 
Cinome. An oliOjO f nosgs, daocre, aits and pynt- 
ns.3U« ftata/wii! 'toUnyr, and ihe Inn;; bible ik:tcb 
or ''A 'Zrip'ioParSB ' wiil terminate tfae eveniBg'a 
amoaeti. • 

BucEfcET's, , New Yabietbcs.— There ir al- 
wajsan Inrmeoie aacsntof fan it thl: home oo 
BatQr.'aynlfrtit. Wed Bd"ckle*r, Frank MorM more? 
G. 0. ThonipfOn and ftthera male tbrn^B lively 
dart pre^rota aoTeamin'gentoTtajnment. 

Platt'4 hIll.— Madame ADDa KiEhop 
assltUd ^Frarik oSlder^AlfYed Wllkieand L O. 
Gottscha'k gave bee aeeon&x oncer t laii. ""tgb/ 
Thaprcgramme wis an** eitotllent one and waa 
tborootjtjlt eciojjtd bf all.' Madame Anna Blsb- 
op gained grest i. jjpl*Q*& atd FrAnk Gilder mid* 
a greet eocoeae- in bie perfermeiice of "La-P*e 
qninada'by Goo:aohalk. Madame Ibjaep will 
Jtive her lilt onncert in; t hie Oily ta sigbt. Toe- 
full programme sppeere on o»r flr;t jage. 

Tce Ba.i Show, — The dotc* tiiitition 
at PieiBe Hall IS eicitiag general ioUiut, A 
largennaber of babies are oo exhibition end are 
as ceanarkeble fpr the taste displayed, in t jei r 
dreii m f jt 'beir bjanty trd fntellfgence. A bat- 
ter benyed crowd of babies -wis never seen. 
The show will be o'p/n- tlia alWnoor frem 2. 30* 
till & end again this evening from 8 till 10. when 
i t will I ntlly cloee. Aa an ex Libit ion of tbe oholc- 
eet pr:deoti of California, it may D) proaoonced 
» detidod ajioceae. 1 hpse who&iive ootjet Wai- 
ted itcan'-tiwe no ilji hov p!usuit a eafebt 
PaolOe Un,ll pjaeEiit •, The di?l.-ibQ-. : c-i oi rri^ee 
will i.iki place Lbos treeing, wb'.n an imic:iiee 
ftttandsri?B may (i» f ipse*, d. 

B. P. Ol Seals' Festival and Fair.— 

TtfS iT*rrt Aonnal Vest'eel of ike Beoeroltn^ 

and Protective Order of S?.-:'? will commeaoo to- 
morrow at Oity Ga'deTis aod lasv 1 tp (Kys. Tne 
immeoee programnre cl amu'emen; s !"-, rfte Pevii- 
iQQindo;- ■□-:■ g:j';cd», pwUiabed Qt onr , first 
paxeifl-'eflriafipfoaii4| offesUrta'ltn:^*, * y 
Of tie brlfhtaet Btars in tbe dramat4o, variety and 
gyonattc ptofesslcnE appear— vd''- ttte^vecaision 
There will oj '_ rtj-fira .peiformaucBsjo (be Pa # 
TiH|#naud«wenVr-thkiB{daiBf opw air gar/.ea io 
tbe Girden. A splecdd lot of pr.zis bare been 
Qontribnted by the laEineie men of life cltp. Mem- 
ben of treiypleeej<ol wmrmnFJQt tp «b« *ty wH: 
appear athd-tiMre erU' be a x reed ooeabfuafion <*- 
Oheelre oompoaed o! tbe beet mnaloians. Every 
member #iR report at^ ha L*^ t , a & o'cidlk' 
A at. Sharp, tc-morrow ma;.aiit, -in answer to 
an order, of ;_u G. P., pabliahed in another opj. 
nan, * 1* VX -f [ "*- 

Piior. Tanbe— TLis famcjug ..profeegor of 
tsagio will oomnenoe e exioxl atrise -ol iduj-Uid- 
meat* at P.att> Hall on Monday. The Baft^la. 
C^urrer4a7s;^^HT9oTi«erlf AifctAatr tfave fn'f 
third of bis 'aoireys zQa^qBe^et . Bi. James Hal 
laat night, to qoiie a large andienoe, end bij 
ealeruioniDt.iD too nemtoeea . and dimoartr of 
Ihefeiti performed, in tbe prrt at reai^ly cf tricky 
ind in tho nnmb*r ol'goaoljja aO«lrtsjtl:3R aar^, 
prieea.bae aererbeen approaobed In Bcfla!o. We 
do not forget ALdewjOD.aoil Macalieter. ahd Her- 
mann, an* de*leJaA iB* faajl-we ttafik- t*ice| 
•alipaft TnenT an. Tj l g oyolonma isa complete 
exhibition in iftellO tOa -BrAeloraattloaei scene 
^gbA wa| and admirable feat,'! a a * 

■HopSE.-Oaptaio 4 Foatfir : a llie 

the Clifl Ttcoae, ent'e/tajfoi visitor* 
[r< W n do**fc °?.' h ? 6lqb» at bTe femops eet-etde 
reaptj. -T)be Olifl,Hpw fl U ias one-rthraaj. Can 
Fra=ais*o ias. to boaat of e B dUTereatYrenr aaly- 
tb|«AelA\ Q .the-vrerW. Omoibneee roi &rfj 

wioi-WAl^ff^^ARrENS.— IiriTENgE Kr?n. 
— ifid new fto^arlaDiWwitb its grand scenee. ia 
•rg,ettre.\ k Fon-t9en sea Mods now 



d. £ui. mia, ncd Welch, and Rioe 
eing and daace nson, are on tb^ir fay to, tbie oity 
nnd^f eo/agemeot' to \hV Alae^tra Tbeatji-, 
vfbjre -i'hej Alllmake their appoaranoe^ij Upnday 
tbs'Mtb. ' 



f ASTlflN ORiW&lIC HtWS. 

."^JJE^.cihrr-rtBB Eliza. wet^n|l*y. ta ^fgaaeged 
fox price Lpal sbnbrttt3 eV fctnai^ i Boncic&aU'a 
neS»t > ai'kTMalre 1 dnr.n: ^be earning season. 

~ 0. Kijig, an£tgliBh ^rsgediat), buy been 
ebgagfcToy Mr, MafiB-!l for<hc iy6^tmi ; Ti(eeAre: 
New Yo.-* ^el*ke1ito&,"^*-^^^ , -* N ^ , ***' 

The L'ginEpirt (Ind.> Journal eomplaine that 
the r preasnta ioo of "Romeo and Joliet" at that 
p'acs by tbe J me Coombs party, wee not op to 
4be tnarkJlt appears Mr, Spblea—cae* for Roxn5,0(-- 
wae too' r »lL"*vO appear, finer 1 tne monitransabatii- 
dlty »as perpetrated «f. pnttiajg on. yome obe to 
"raad'tbr! part. The JonrbuIiay?r ' Jan tbltrtc 
of a cbin. staxiic^ with tsxt- book in hand, re id Leg 
i fEpTy ttrthe loonncdrnm. Oh, Romeo, Boraee,. 
wherefore ari than, Ramon r ': 

i JfraokMMsjo fcae'pc /jhaeed a etimmer residence 
at 51 r-Btq^ia sipinE", Minneqna,Biadfvird Conct-, 
Pa ., in'.CloroTce-tigx^tj^to %. 4L. JkveBpgfrt'a. 
houie. i| I , •- v T rr 

Booth'e (Theatre will bsderotedenlirtly tOatlfe 
dariag the epsting campaign. Ajnob* tons! it- 
at nad to ahinojmay be ennmerated*'L>tta, JetTeW 
son, KclleoD. JaBAaeobTek,' nod Edwin Booth. Wo 
f tar will b9 retained for a fonger period than two 
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NEW ADjMAriHfcENI 

il ^ ItrM 



(p. 



O.O. SEALS. 

Brery Memter of too abjve order 
will meet at t*:e Lodge' Ttoo m on 
Sunday Jalp !Uth at 10 A. M. 

i*f. ti> to attend tbe First Annua 1 
I at Oity Gar dsai 



to di# in a bed- x»ta«r thi-o- on tiie bare giocod. 
fle.dfcne np to ma utaii aadFrabbad hia ftoBe 
lgaiolt any leg, and lookloV toward hte cf%s laid. 
'■■Ugu ." be tarned or«r«nA»4-eido«Ad d<v4, Fcor f 
b>e>{( hfjad bee^pybie weeaW.abvl^^r 
(?keB bim to Saratoga io exhibit? 1 ~ 
"Isf'Tfew" York, "Mimi" of which we gave the 
plot a fewdaiBnjowae rnrriuBat Walleck'eX.. T 
Tfce Sommer se*eon at Nibe'i CirJan doted 
en«^t*r»fpeTro-iBre«o«^e4-'fia*OTday erentog tfwiy 

aodlwajaonje of tha most dlsaitrbu*, **•&&&' 
HQd artiaticeUy, orar JmoweAt-ttat ihcaore. On 
Monday' evsning, Jnne it, a play entitled "The 
Bstrtiof -New Terr," dramatized by J. J WHl- 
laoe.wae- first prodoced"at that theatre, and waa 
performed dnring the wepk to a very xo eagre at- 
tendance.:... toisi Amy* Stone was playing at 

tbtfCjympiC to poor .bp^ipees Birry CHfiord 

commenced an engagement in "Pomp" iV-Wcmd'a 
Museum on tbe 7tb..„..At the Bowery Theatre 
the Hemandtz Postfr Pat. 1 5 mi an e Tron pe w*4e 

playing "Jack and the Baamavtaik- -Jfeatly all 

the tbea;>5 were doted. , 

PACIFIC COAST DUMATIC NEWS. 





7\\i\nij(t y)l'^^ 



EtootuaeH^rai and St«tlo_^ 

H. H. Moored 603 MonLgo-uerr. near Merohoot. 
xamslness Collegea. 



GhA6eTil/LET.-Pbnip Phillips the nasal aln' 
ior otpar^l ae««> 3&9tf^&3p\§ ' 

tbe 16th. 
;ViRtiimA tbiT,— Wilaon's Gjxcue ahowed on 

Friday, Saturday and So-nday of lasLwseS, 



rr 1 oay..- a tur,aay an a .^unaay oi Ja^wee* „ „ __^ _ , 

performance. "cere cri SaturAy last* m "** T^^P If LIL 'Jill U^L AC| T ■ * bl 

rtieat&w/kl "'tare' Sonoorts on 



Mr.bwan Fa wcetl. late of FitiL ATesai| Thea- 
Ue, will join S jb. F r# B, Oonwaj'e BfooAIifp The- 
atre 00 dd any i ext season. 

Mist Annie idams and Mr, 9. WaU-ayere to 
eail-f or Cnalaad od J n y< 16- 

- Slaart Kobspn is ucgaged lor thocomiDg seal OD 
at the Unlon-fqare Tbeaire, New York. 

Xkaly't new Ififth-nvetjue 1 teatre, new in pro- 
cess of coce'.rdctioa on Tweaty-oigbth street, at 
the corner ci BioAdwAy r ieannouaped toba open ad 
for the regular ecasOD on Oct. V. . The entire con:- 
piny will prtvionely perform in Cincinnati, 0,' 
Eoflalo, N, Y, Phi;idelphi^'Pa,eDd;Bro*ikljn. 

Daly's Broadjway Theatre is tbe tiLle by which 
.the a-heaire ojppoiite the ^row Y*rfcHoAei ^)H kOood If*»«. 
henceforth behsow* iVwrfl beHu^aaaVtSr tawia- lly onetAaiefc a 
tre, Mile. Aimeo nod bar opara-boafle company 
betng-the openrngattraetron, commencing Angus* 



,Salt LiAKE: 

Saturday and Monday rveainjra July 2th acri j*;b 
G. C. WdlaVoniand Vronjae aie toopen ac tha tlie- 
atre next week, Tbe New York and New Orleans 
Circus will give an. exhibition oaitt retaro, OB 
Anijaat *. 

T Woc»LAjyD.-The New York and JNew.Oxleana 
Menegerie* 6*ro^ie-«^d~MiiaT«Br-««hHart»red--on- -' 
tb« J^th. 

M4BT6Tiris.--Kelly''and Leon wltn 
Wviei, Mia; Reirlafeh, VT. P. Bgker. CI 
Rhoades. J* Robinaon and D. Bela%> openi 
the theatre on the 14. n for a aeaeon of tbrae 
nigbte. The opera of "Alena ■ChoofUnri" wao 
psrformed, proceeded by an oho of toogs and 

oomio scenes. . 

Sacr/.uehto.— The New York tnd New Orleans 
OircrBB and MeBageric will eabibit on Taeeday tbo 
?2ad. 

' 8TtfctfT6K:-The ITew Ydrt axrfl V tfw OfreanE- 

Great Show exhibiteg on ihe K. Selly and JLetD 

ipoited hf a good compeny placed at the th«ar 

it nigst, »»d waff pWrorattegwin to-nig.a^i. 

■ ' J ■ J 



KVxTK* 



KTVBDAT If KG AT. 
Plaxao and sms^ng:, gt^e^^P.lkf . 

CHAR!f,G4-t+SAL00K 

BAGLffSi-Wllff), ProiriatOBa 



2 f « 

■Lkwrenci 
and the mi 



xw;r9nce Boriatt.T. W. Darey, iirr Jfeaajilitor/ 

iQfitberL of ttrj) compasy icat scraoV^vd 
Mr. Barrett ia bii recent touY b«re arrived in 
^ew York. " './ -j ° S <j 

!J, EL Emmet is to commence a xapntb,^ engage-. 
mental Dalj s a Broadway Theatre on Oct. r, He 
will be followed by CarlattAL'ecfercqV who will In 
turn give pitch to W...H. Jjngcrd'H Co-nt'in.iuuD- 
Johu L. Hal , wbiraoeetly Wrrlwd in ^LoirloaK 
"Ens . from lot ia, bae been engaged for tbe Lydia 
Tbompaon B'liit'.t.uo Ironpe. Tice Harry Eecktlt 
• L Tt^e Walnut Chtstnoi acd Arco-street Then- 
tre", Pbiladelj hia. are all closed, Bn<Lwil! probably 
remain to until the fia.ddle of' August, y The 
Orendr Centra and' Mortialer'a Varieties at tbe 
^enttiao'd Cal owbgHsif^eta areniso oloeed. 

TbeatricalB in Brooklyn have csaaed to bi for 
the present^ J t tba Brooklyn Theatre, Brjant i 
Minatreli taiefl a w^ek of it to nearly empty 
J ikea'a company at the Park Tbes- 



itrelrf 1 
benches, and 



tre dorirjc the wct-kending flulyi did Very little 
bnter. "^ -- I 

Annie Hindi a ie the bright panicula^taminiry 
B v Acbet'a Ya ■ietiee, Troy.N. Y- , at present. 

Altar a so lewbat uosucoeaGful three weeks, 
lbs refolar S imSitr eereoo sit the Howard, Bet 
ton, closed oi Joly 5. 

The Hyera i ietere and Lfloca Brothers, odlored 
TacaliaU, 3oi cerlised at M.eblet'e Academy of 
Music 'Readi )g. 

BUaV wAl Bet»oy and" Willie rtdouln were to 
head e ieaaoa o^^gx^aajBjaj 
on tb*"'.b. 

BjredVick 
;"arra Tofi 
to rsturn 



axnpoited h» «j 
trVlaat nignt, S 



and the pi 



that tbe ope&ins of Montgomery AvtDue will 
act oeceBEl'ote my remoraV bal that I etui 
keep the largeetr^bcet aseorted and cbetp?«t 
itock of -men »cd boye cIothlhgMn the city 
Also grW Dargaiiie in gfcra's fDrtVehiDgfoodfl 
•^nkBVjtlisef, ha'f.t'.c/,"' Call be lot e praefca^- 
ng. H. PejBer, 71$ -MoDtgdmeTy -street, flrat 
Etrrc cortn of Watfiinpton ' Tr ' 5E 

aaBBBaaBBBBBBBWBBB &, ■ » ■—^^aBBBBBBBBaBBBBBBBW| 

When fo see Solhsrn you h^ve"b©cn, " 

^f0T3 son take. yptj| hrtatewaT*d Jouitey, • ■ • 

Af'Bplerg and Pond'ci'* EBfobn fJjVp hi 
On S, W. coThtr Bash and E=^ray, 

r > uro T iqiet^ Uicro will wdriyonj thtbks, ' 
Restore yon?— fox you must b'e_waary 

WltltlatuAing at tha*"riTiips aod o/a^'ki: 

Of "flrethoT Sam^nfl "Lord Dundreary "" 



'Womara's nitr/itp. 
' One would think that 
r.gnts to enjoy as £Qod a 
"pay the- game price, for 



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tm 

dinn er ■g »m»n. 
Bt. l^fcff. 



B«U, Fred. BUIIa H to K'O. C^iloreifcilMk.t. 

S.'t. fope, <■ U«Digom.rr Strea, 

0Wo*!« fiac^^taat Oo.-Pieice 4 004 627 Bm- 



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W't" t 'ih^ti«Ii Tfmig ed«4.7 | 

Loc»n A Oo., W MeEtgom.r?, irn acd 199 Salt.*, 
BiuunHalr. ^ "i * 

A. B. 4 Oo.. UO Second Btr#»t i '">>'* 
Searcher of Kecordk [ *■*' 
0. V. GilleBpie.£l\)r7k.BJKtBBBttufa-| '"» r 

^i^XPotet' rftieririeitrillji*.-' '" 

Mm.. Bros;., No. H Third ,tnet. 

TThlt<Ber« add lp»pe^ H«««er 
Wagidec, '22 Gearj Elreet. 

avd Llqcalv I VTOoleEfJe.) 
Pueri F.*0o..SH?IMV I m< 



»«!>">• .«o»rKrJ.«nel lmpnr. milter. 
'Cm UraaUlus nnd Uercarlal Ptlu " 
Sold br all Drnrc'.t*. 

AODTCT, 417 8ANSOMK 8TKMT. j" 

SOLS AGEHTS FOR . 

DM. M.BBt'1 LAST CHAICI u4 I 

JMt. FEEBT'S M'KBFOOT 1'JtUt , . 

ie-U - 






r*. 



a.-j-i.i.'n aiifil 




MISS N. SCULLY, 

IaADJLEB' ^ l 

FASHIONABLE HAIR DRESSER 

Hie Removed to 
' T-«« WASHINGTON ST., 
Fou* door* below Stockton elree 



Hairsork of _U Desoriatione made to order 



jell tm 



DK. LEE OHXTN GfElBj 

flwio .ro4o^.i>T I VT c ^ J P! t _««' E,, . 



033.lia.eso Pb.ysiol. 

101T »>JPONT STREET, 

Between Paeiflc and Jaokspn Sta, 
Cores all dikease, Mtjd - 



srate char gea-Li j-13 

: — V— ' 



8HMW 

It GEAET ST., NKAUvBdUIKT 

VJ 

eO 

,\.« bot the Chbieeat nb-»lfcln>l! Wfc- 



and E!i)adi-> o» tioi. 
Il.la • ,tl 



DEPOT WETAND'i. lASCHl'S BAT REWER1 

CtfelE FKLI HANS. 



Q ,3lr1MAB30fli 




ck Y^eaijBdwt>c.wib Jeaelevamd Vlc- 
es.Teft forjEnglan'a by tbe Siberia, let 
in the fall. r^T^ 
Edw*n BeoU».;fl eojojiDg'h.B oiunj *ajn dig at 
hie now reWdeobe !n Cos-Cob. foajnitiriy owned by 



aoorjio the *%_,, pond^-tExhibitionB and a 
iogTvsry^y.^f^,, „ d 0t Srg-&- Wallace, ' 
Raiaiand lbs LaaoeU Brothtre, 



>LDEN GAfE= PAML-TtiOge who driTt 
-ben6wrark^ou^« i |»'I»ht-*v. 1:i whj , h 
i > - operjed. fcere they will flaS foo T 
iar. andten Or|>ate dmioxroorre. O«clo 
|enbei£ AOo the propritt?rs get up epienrean 
tfaets, dioojpg and aopp*ra at short notice 



mab: 



jftAKD BtTNr%i # El(^BrioK.— The afteamej 

Aeieiepe le;- a San' TranelBeo every flaltnday at 
2 *XT M. Ai- on Sniday at * a M/Trom Broadway 
Wbaff. cenneetioi: -with the ears o! the Nerth 
PafcOfc Bail road at Booabne lor Petalnraa Satta 
Rose* HeV^abTrrBraWd^^overflale. ExccrElon 
tiokets are iasaed at reduced rates, and 
froi 




itelate Oharies M. Barren. 
O. W, O onldook, witb ^Johxt EiIbI 
jm ?iBTj£tirQil, Ju y -I : 
LawrafUe B^itBA^^roB>e, a^rtacfieif aajhea? 

i Itaae iijAwy titAi Aat^il^bit JSaa-^iWilsot 

IoL4b(Wi g^o*ifn\b"aat«enax(ti^ THejJ^et-tOf. 
bs'-bnilt Olobe, Bon&o, la reirOrUd a* i:er : nro- 



flelw'e dev-J 
il^il 



r ted m- so* of act 

l [ „r)olte t'oabtean ia tk tier Ne»p«rt viVa. i.ad 
duly ta\e«a drive in o nad^EomeclareBoa, 
Air. ' jtnj.BuffiJO; Farrin tnO Bafctr with a eom- 
<)hrts aadljenaj/ en tbe ;Jth. Baainaia 
very to or). !*■■.- ',t- c* 

Aditatdf Nelleat aad ptiJip Lee..he* hBeband, 
ailed f6rEorjpai>nthe fed. ^ 

,fl »«<J Tbe New York lleKujey says: Little Noli'e] Ve- 
lo-cay and to VBLtenftctea at [be Qlye^din ibifolty, hal ie_ 
Baited io seTflratrVrr brilliant managerial pr'opo 
tW* BtVoOtL California has two compeimg managers 
ior^ialle Nell tc'sppear there early'^nert 'aeaaen- 
wbVJe s Xew Tork manager daelrea t? aesd bu^o 

Mr. end rwra.Eltnej vTilliewis are still At ± r J\i 
villa 6t Bfcih. L. k„ folly restored to health by 
tbeir protracted European travel. They will open 
in Hew York during tbe fall, bnt tbe theatre is net 
;f« decided updo. 

Cldia Thpmpaonend hlcndeB. fblb>wed iy Mre. 
JameeA. Oitea, and an ex ^naively English comie 
opera troaps, are the initiel noveltea oUbe cont- 
inf ««»?on at the Olympic in Hew York. 

ltJiaafdMtrIp»etBi, ein-B ^0]^* ti.Uctil, 



ton and "Cla; 
and Tobacco 

Asa 1u. ~W b. xxsrn lpan's 

Chlgago BecrDep^t," 623 Bacramento^treet, 
jween MontgomeH. a id HeJrny', ' Tne cete 
^ateA-' Chicago LkgBi ^eer," and 4he h^ g[ of 
UCiWftoN©»Hy lB2cl)b vith iob!'^r &alad and 
Qther. deltt nciep, Jtj^a od by the epicurean 
George "irql t. BeeiJTO 



taurante " for ladles an I gentlemen" In San, 
Franolsco care poorer are, than jthoje whe/e * 
gentlemen only dine. TAEaijt SbJas b^te^^.J J J | 

At the PioKEEE P.£t?rarTLAirr, on Wwblngtona - - 
llreet, at the corner of Dunbar Alley, ladiescan 4 
get an eicelJent breakfa&t, dinner Or Jurcbs at*| 
a reaEon&ble price. Henry Bocken, eetabllfibed 
Btnoe rsJW, rirov^deg %vtry inanrj yie marked, 
aflordA Both ladles and gentlemen fuid there, 
oliiiiee to flibec tne most epicurean taste, n *■ ! r 

9 iVllrftnd Conf< ctione/y. 

For the very fineat Frn t and Confectionery 
Kf^fifefjflCa^fbit Bazaar, corner Pj t 6tepk;: 



PrtKe-wotlee is hereby giveirTin i tcordanoi 
with Section No 3 654 o( the Paiitipal ^ode.tbat 

eoeaaletedaBS datlvered oveT»cftnQAi ( 



r StrVet9.! Fine Ejtoc^. pf cigars 
'•6W, 



man lunch >a, caviar^' 

Wicne*, sct ^d to of^r, 

caan'a If xsp thing- — • 



La For mee 

JPO^F* 

. This Pom ar Su: 
to, 



cenAa,. Segulat Ser- 

S^riee cheese and tand- 

To lunch at Wauga- 

6. 



^r Restorative 

myth/ipg evaxoaeied to 



lePublic,: )r the GrowlhJoT'>be H/br.' V, 
amaeetjifll owder tft^tattore Hair to any Bald' 
«aa*r*we« ,he rooUCarajnot de-troytd. It pre- 
veaW tbeil r fr:m CspiDjout, and Reetirsa It to 
l^baaatoxal ' -lor, in aAh(A.e»t*aaa^bei>.awts'-etBeT- 
il*H>aTaa4onf One trlaCwil convince yon that this 
It tfchombog, BBflaiiireEnanBeroXrihdbpIB; in^)*!*? 
ifornia will taetffy. ^Fb r | Biaaftpo.tDg. # jiBBs 
b St and cheapest arUTtt bat canTii u«d. Rice 
Oeentsab>i_. For State h nbirtv every" jSraggjaa 
intheUnit»dStat9s;sJd^^ilean|/ii 1 4R t u l .ed 
>y a. F.ElnbajJe A W>.. iDxng S ,n Oor, CI*? and 
Baaeome St., 2P Ann?v5tJ b t Powell A Mason 
Sic fr;ncia*r. a* 1 ;. 

Removal, 5^ j - . . . . _ _ 

- $^lW4*Z9*k*4iom2™ to' id. 

Post street. Sewing mAcbices rent'-d and reif«»J''(*W»sTflt n! is 

pajjed_as_ueual, and ?o'.d cLear-er than ever. 




Javooa^? irf» 

met toexamiot 
the aaee:smenl 
" -IBRNOON, 
ittnasMn eoealon 



bju&in+aaaf aQsa'natJimnreaented U ttemlsdie- 
pn-eTof7bntdotT*ter than ihVf*8ln d ty of Jnly 



116 



POSTERS, 

l'rograminc-3, and all.kindi of Printinjt lor t 



Jitmovi 

AT LOW BATEB, BY 

:s. F*. steirett 

63* CUT STREET. mhl 



THOMAS W. BREE. 
I.Vi!H OF»X».A. r X»Jbl.H. 



X* JIAJfCFAOTTJ 
— AICD— 

OTHEB M7DSIOAL iXSTRlHLSTt, ( 

ESTABLISHED IN 1B6S, 



■go f aaaiiiiigjMii nn tbn TTnnjfi ind TTrrnm aVAJ „ 
MJ8BI0N STREET, between First and Secon J 
N. B.-Flne-toced BUvar -Solo Banjos for 1 



:ON STREET, between 

.... —Fine-toned BUn 

daaionals alwaya oo hand 



first and Second, 
for Pr* 
ialfiaf 



Ph'Hadelphia Restaurant. 

OHAS. T. BKBGOLD, FTtOFEIBTOR, 

rT»HE CHOICEST MEATS AltT>4^aw 

4t>S fl piaTB STRRk't between KeeawV 1 *)^^ 
and MontKomerr. . , . marStvJm fl ^ 



.rS^Jn 



■ 



MILITARY GOODS 

BOLD ANtf SJUfifi f HEftTRtC 
- TRIMMINGS, 

!tp& ■ Memlcoaiery Street, Kaon Ho 
mmnT V. KODGEKS'jOHKBOff. '* 

•a 
w^mt m mmmmmmmmm \ ■ 

atP*Xiw5 \PEgL ictfp., 

f323 and 6SV "eVaaahlnstoa atreet. 

A A mffa,S.t G €^^ 



AVElBPANBfi A Cl 

mem at this BTace fo 
. EALtbBPIWS aol 

_ OS AJfrT lldlBnsri.- - 

teinas. Lunches delivered inany part of tbe oity 
free of charge. The pafrooage of the Ealoone in 
the oity is respectfully solicited. juT.lm 



PIPERS SPERA HOVtE. 

FRANCISCO, Ubtnlli tTMtod -mtt oa .ppUMtloa b, latUl 



AU Appl Icat lone for ^ofWtlcfn of As- 

scssriierAs are Beqtxfred' to jbe Veri- 
flW'ar' OafU. J 

. TablJo EQt'ce is* also h'rsby civen, thataffl to* 1 
eordnrTcewltb Seetiems 1997 alG taM if the Po. 
liticalC'xia, IbeMiiHirs Rail nr.e been .comple 
ted, delivered over tome, and is now ope* for ex- 
amination and correcnen a? priTvidrtl'by law 

Extract PVcfin Political Code. - 

Secti'onSW.— All pTopertr must ;0e' aeaeaeed at 
its fuHTiaeb'Talne.'- *• 

Section 3G7i l ho Board ol Sap^rrirore'ol e&oh 
on Xbe firs' "' 



IS Mortca Street, near Keurny, 

All JlrwJzs Ten X/entfU 

v tjbatprlnk^ a^ specialty- 



meet 

eObrtae^haaaBBsA uaaaut MI afroptfc ty ia tbe county 
It must ooqjyi t^e in aesaion fotJtbat^ pur poae from 
jtimeyto time antil th,e baEipearof eSuaHcatiou ie 
dliposed'of.'buf '-not later ttatV tbe : *rt>nrth JAdbK 
day in July. P 

jgeeuon J*"5.— The Board fcattba ic-ver to di 
toxV-uins alrcomplatnte in rrpifa toTbe asBesaed' 
v^ioe of property, and mar Aexcpt 86 prcb>bitedR 
in this Title j. corrett any vainattosy by adding or 
dedaoting such lam aa may be^eefftwary to make 
jLcpj5foup,t<^tbeacina.l ojyibvaiae. .12 

^Section 3sT-i — No reducttdnmuaT be made, in 
'*" " "ra'tatiouof property, untese the party affeo- 
_.he»fby;or bw : a«nt m*kaa«nd»fl!ee with - 

oaida^ritUr^appJjcatlon tberefo 

ojafm 



tytneafbjFo.' o» a«nt majresentf' files with' the 
aidajrrittea appljoation therefor, venfitd by 
i oattf„sbowing the net* upon which it Js 
timed stick reduction* ibouM bem.de. 
W^liou 3Gt7t.-*Eef0fe ms Ehf-.rd tfreote "the np- 



.-- irknte -tbe.-Bpt 
plication Or makes spy rwdoction applied for. it 
mojt nrtt H'.miD«, cn./oato, the neracm or the 
-* TBkinp theec" 

property eff Such person. 
must be made unless 'ancfc p^reohor 
m-.tiinar tbe appl cation sUrnds and anewera ell 
^ ^ra tTrlTtTCTSV T A 'tnVTTduTrrr 6 - 

367G^Upon the h-*rjcft of tba appli- 



rednetiep 

the ag'tft 



-. - Jrte; 

evidence in reritionTtOaJaai ! 
n i*e discretion H.msy deem 

JNO- A. RTJsSKLL, 
»rk Board of Sapervisore. 



THE OLD 




Alwara on file the New York Herald. 
FOalifr— 
and satisfy your; 






HOMESTEADS 

That are Homes* 

.— | -rt & 

pERSOKSJNWANTOF HQUSEf, ARK^ 
-*- 'jeqnested to exawiae the nlana ol tbpie 1 
jnowoeiogcona'trncted upon that beAutifally' 
aatuatedcjProperty on Picifi; Heights, or tie biot-k- 
bounded,, by Pacific avenue, Buchanan, Webftter 
and Ja.okeon streets, commanding the mo.t paa«i- 
Oceotviewof any location in the city, and aefiea- 
sjble;by care, which ptss the doon. 

These elegant houses are built fc tbe t best ajan-- 
ner, an'd,wl!l besold .- 

'^Oa'a 'credit of Six Teart, j( 
Plan? and specifications at office of 

JOHN T. r.ITT_.E, 
' VaiBrta-- 



• -fr" ■ 



*•«■■ -a- '"talc *_,HCU.I. a 

3-e ■oataomery Str'eeU 



-f»r- 
_- 7 o_*q8tal«3>--A. _?Iuxtgf«_.artJ 

Twenty-two feet longrby ten'iTeat beam BAila 
ABahor suiA.Oh_ine-eoo_iplete in e*rtyl*ei,aot- 
W-llrfuited for A PLKASTJRB BOAT. Xa»a_-t_ 
ie nearly new _nd wilt be eo'd at A' CTR'E'AT Bak- 
OATN. To Oeeeen at ftfeige's Wharf. 

App'yby letter or in person to "Obub," Fioabo J 



<___ 




9<*£) [™*iis«5 lo oil 
WEST E*io H: 



CALlrDlWIA THHATRJS. 



PLATTSHALL. 









•inn.- 



T«r1 -» 



DAVID <JARJII€E 



AKDEN and PARLOR 

As represented by him for over 400 Nights at tho Royal Haymat- 
*et Theatre, London, and for 96 consecutive Nights 
at Wallaek's Theatre, New York. 
Iliins'rM Bollsr* ' T " l,v "** * " **—»** •"* ^«*"* " — iBuifci hmr.cumiim e>iui jfiuisuu u4 

david q*iuuca 



MR. SOTHER1S 

. ..WALlltH. LIMA* 



nitan 

sterett 

lit man. u ' '■**" n»r« 
i * , 

UW, BUI 

RtPiutsn ! 

™JTJV( AHWT BABT, 

§JlB i THIN EST BABY, 

lieu amtiun 

IHBIIINI 



»?" J*'t TIT?" 

ISM 



W-KIIII'* TO TBr 



■. I I 

iioiii'.'. 



- 'TO* - .,-».■.,-,.- -. -i ■ * - y..--~— *~~~y ~~^~~ t^v. 



■* i»:>tl> 
i mm" imilT 

HISR ANXIE (.KAlU* 

MliS JUDAH 

HKs I'HiAwnrm 



uUkUulfta III 
HMn.fcti«ta» 



PLAINEST l*BY, 

'HANDSOMEST BABY, . 
BEST DRESSED BABY 



thla BeBtauro* k^F^* c 

hmu. noruri jr^flJJJfl 
ii n inro|| . --»N>S««»j 

U^B^sft 



Bni:». 



>• Bull.lt 



4b* B»0deBM*t B,v * 



W COfiM 

,-.■. 

11PBII 

wKiifii 

f«towis ,w 



Acts land II- -APARTMENT IN MR. INCOTS MOUSE. 

Act lll-LIBRARY IN CARRICK'S HOUSE 

T K B ORFH^STFTAr 

r n hi lb* (UricUsTD l 1 MR. OBAfi. BCU17LTZ, will prrf^rm l*f foU)«lug lelecllons cf Mask: 



iwnn vkiabs ««niris 

-: XAlRS 



Al'BKR 

.....ri.OTow 

...a SHULIZ 



S*u.r<J»y Afternoon, July 19tb at 2 o'clock 



"DAVID GABBICK" MAflNEE, 



Ke— tt«-h struts— DrtoeCiiftt* »r.c OreboaBn.. ,\... -.»1 *• Bklomy .. 

Br*errrd «*«lt- IUK»Df „., 



r 



. Drw. ( utif AiAM.i :«p . 



7* ClWlAn... 

• I IXJ I-.T..I, tlo,»... 



■ <V'ma 



FAHEWEU TOIhT 6F AMERICA 

MME. ANNA BISHOP 

I . «UX DM..,. 

Three Grand Conoert* 

HAL1, 

•M IV . . 1,1!., lvtli A i% 

MHinSD »T 

MR. AUHID WtLRIB, 

MR L. G. GOTTSCHALK, 

, „ (ali.nl l*riir>i. , 

HVt I-RAWK" OILDTB. 

• •I «m.M».- PUKIII I 

— . ' * ~* . I. *4 * A 1 i i I ■ 



' I' r i) it r ii in in e . 
SATURDAY EVrNIWO 



JTJI.T 1» • 



t-riAxv solo 



Mr rr„k «IM*r. 
UIU 



I 

»';,«,•:■■■■ 

■ -MCI H.urt ' 

■ iMiKmim of * nor 
4V-»o»or' Tl,» ••M«nwti . r au . . 

Mr. 4. O. «»...r„,.ik. 

».-*0*l> I li,,l„ 

..i wTikit; 

• -BALl.il' Otlln tMStlllrfticbl'.. ' A 

MAD.1HIA1MA HIviimp. C 

T,— DUKTTO. 1. 

1 Ur .d yilhlf mm* J.. O. fttlljKh .lk. 

PUrt Baenad. 

l.-FIANO SOU),.* ' La a«.o»',.' . D) "Ik, B.mo. •• 

Aawjco itttob.. OtiusbtUv 

Mr. »..> Ollrier. 

».-KEwiALLAD. "X.«n>Hi». W.l», . 

t Uordib, G,o. Cuoinr, Mulic b» S 

mMf_ anna imniii'. 

».-S0»a("Tli« (((Woo Out" Ar.llll, 

Mr. L. «. S.tlMkalk. .1 

4 -SCN(T. ' Ib«, Uutite. ... ElUMlte ■ 

,* tyr. Allti, Wllklc. 

i.-UXICA.'l OAflClON 

MM*-- ANNA HKimr 

e.-THBLAUOaUO TaiO. "VxlUl>V1«dlqiiA" 

Makdi J 

MM*. ANNA till il, IP. Mr. Alfred Ullk'c 
■1»Mf, L B. O.ll.ch.lk. 



KuNII , 



JiUfORNIA INVENTION. 





*vm. 




BEWINC MACHINES, 

OEDTISIS AND JiWEUERV LATHES, 

i-ki ' 



H-OLO 



0i 







mmmmB 

mmmmH 



A% ■■■A.rti LB* BAD Of tBAlTSM^. 

ie, which u nogrscefol 



SAW YF R , A ■ WjHEDOW, 

SSI rTAHlilniEton Sir,* 





«f EC 4 PINOLE, 

MADE FBOITTABOBED CORN, 
. rrirwlnr n i llrlw of food, 

.s^MraBE^i 

St- • Of SrS-OJ |HDCtOS % 

We •tflinnt> r«, 
i«f*-*if rump. . , 
an* 1 orplcnirkt-i- 

ajsH luauh, a'**|b Msdj.Ai^ 

ir«rstrr for 1«, 
r*«tm>lled by sny wb«!«Mle«r o* 

COMPANY, 

Itrrrt, Hun Faanetirn. 

t»TTlaj 



McDASEEat'S THEiiXRE 

THREE GOOD VARIETY WaM£N 

«l« I ' t I i> n , .»• , (. I vr • 

•e-Tklni (oim CuMUi i»ia lo «.* Adk»- 
i . » b^lorj I.J. JSj J]f H^ **> fcW Wk u il'Alia 



Tahoe 
Billiard Hall 

(liv« I, tlljyy, Proprtrt«r. 

NA.-4 I 7 Kearny Street, 

Bstwtrn Cnfcrrns ad<! Pint. 
T1>r» tlifin, Yetort hts r*jt«lf h»»en rn>s»|t'ftr»r!ij 
ixdar B«t«I taliBis. The b**t.I. UDom 
ta Isrfjs Unci) .' i 
.nl'pfi>A(s jisit'es ootDFirown 
Unas ud riles. . .}.;.Jifa 



TJIE CUFF .HOUSE! 

ROARING 0CE5H!" r SURGING iREAKERS 
FOlrrJInlT SERF, l«.PII?TER SEA L'OKS- 

ArjpbffziDg Breakfasts, Lunches, 

• Dinnets anl Suftiefs. * ' 
- — •«. 

BRMTOVRWIfl!! ; ' { 

nmiNG ifoVR SAHIETt 
DRINU VOl R HUT FBICNDS 

Antf irtjfl, ,'Vl,w bf tb, tartf. QUKKX PASO- 

KAMA IN THt WI'KT.IViMIn -iKbt of 

. 'to w>ria-i*oo*,,.i -^ 

CtoltliTA CJitto. 

With AQ««ttpl wti !" rawtnKiii enttiWJR fiQtB 
..■Tjij.it, I I U.i»tm«T0i»l World. 

. •»•*?«* T.'lnft Basco<.'cqon^ctirir witb rUriNfT 
f;*m At !.in. MonYltrlb «*( ry ]TmraTit«i b„r,fttt«r 

lo. ii,,, t.1, a U4 : j»i-kj 



AT PLATT'S, MUSId HAil 



ELECTRO-OPTICIftt ENTERTAINMErTS 



-B« TBE- 



^ to 



OPERA HOUSE, 

_SAK'JOS^ 

This abdAtre will b» IssBed ootibsrwl tornis fir six 
TooDtba or hf ibsyesr io ad exoerteocxt tnaqsttfy- 
li wii-i rssju r n a mfi^sstrtt ()om Hah J cue. (Tim 
bo gie eA Qflgf; bi rvutud by tbeni^btor wick on 

«. HBIin-VlHA, Prm-rlflsr, 

saw jqp» 



liverpbor and Great 'Western 

.fctaamfhii) Company) N 

CARRYING; (THE Vi' S- MAIL. 

tigheps soldIo and from 

T IVEttPOOL, QU«BNBTOWrT,^r*pplt 
x - i JLsWgoDdDiry. Ht^bmivh, |lB«men.«SBSi > K 
Hattc, P'.rls, SwidsD, BsJ*iuta,.MoiWAy And All 
Koropesn cities. 

Tbii^affl»wy;ii*^rTAJ»B>»n«*tJw3thlMOo4- 
misaioDsrof cTmlgraMoa sWd 8*lliw*vd Oompaniss 
At New Vert. *>j wblo^ vtsswigen sj« .p»oa#tly 
for-Tsrdf rt to Its PsnifiiJ OoUt! 

For pwticalsrs Apply (o 

». A. jACKloS^As^t, * 

mi aim d JQft Mr^nlgjsaf*j stgegt. 



-• HARRY MYERS, 

Ag«t for UltOhlDfS'A firay't School 8ttO%»U 
for uoji sdJ Git Is. Will call At r»l*encw. 



.t .. ;b 



i T PROQRAsVlME--PART 1. 

TANEK lo bU HifrnieMM ud BriUf Aflt RBprsMnifaioos Bfl 



Great Becagltaic: Vanek ! 

Only Five Nigjhti. Comiuenciiig 

MONDAY, c „■■ ,i rJBJW VI 

AN BRTIBB CHANGE OF I ROGBAUilE SISBTLY-.. 

ICKtTZ .'f. Eo.ioll.«;JI»»ABr 






~J-~ & -L AA- 



-J. 



ELECTRICAL AND OPTICAL SCIENCE.' 



PART II. 

Tlit ExTrtA dir.-.r Afi Grett«et of IliosionB 

DECAPITATION t 

Orrtteif .tibfistioo flf tho (fr>, a, DCrfoiinod ty Prof. V.nek 
* \M *»•»«!«> tlntW »t 10, tJUiJt TB,»tp«, N.'Y. 



PART nr. 



BRILLIANT OPTICAL tlC%ORASiA 

Bjf Dtcam at Tl i'llf "■O.vyiii'B Gu. Ap|nrp(m. ' 

Mast Uawntifal V.sws collected by Prof. Vanok dtirlui:*riir. 
trip aravud ti> « W' id. _ 

l.TT-SOUVHMIL'.R d'ANCH.lfif'BRK. This view roprcatnts *d 
oxtrsordiniiry Dosutitril Lnud'OApe, In the foregp^wnd a^)onl 
ft'lod with ift-llra raiv be ffftiMi moviiiifcloo*? » «obi an t'o. brook: 
is'tie lsadsoips tbao obsAaed to a wiutsr aeene, dunuu a sqovt 
■rtoria sail diivn ti«»,, 
*».-T.i6 TltMPr}K of JUPITER, nour Romo, by raooolitrht 

».— TbB»llUKIf«<Cf OK TinsflHEATRE Al DfililaDik.V, 
A.ir.ndMD00i, 

" ' •'■ " ' '-' *««*«»»* -'"- -riBEB-WhiHiDR. 

MILAM, IB m(«. 
whllo a sacred pro- 



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TOEH AND 3S^a-»-K- 

..KVHRV... 

Batni'dny EveniD|r ? 

• AT EIOrlT O'CLOCK, 

."AT 11IR OLD ORICirNAt 1 
BUD LIUN.IO Our, iu»U 
wh.r, too en b»r, HOT AND 
BOLD DRINKS ofHuo nrrbaar 7 

UAVJC. MJ4VDW. PropiKrtBf. j£ 



Attention, Wood Livers} 

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MB, P. DEKfJP.H. hORMERL.^ -»*- , 

tffcprfe.oTof ib«Min«rs' Rs*? ***■ 



Miners' Kcm Anraot C 
(JomAinrciAl strait so>1 tho Miners"*-- . 
Branch on Market street, io partatrs tup with MB. 
A. DRAYEUR. who hss boon oir-MeWd With Uts* 
Arm lor years. lnjrjrovOTKtots hAM lis/n made ra 
Ue oDleina dflPAjrtiastA, - that will render UlA MW, 
ners'roofo poprit«T tba« It bss eTirrDeo»aufia«r' 
the -ii ye»rf»oIIU prosperity. Oar llilla of Fm 
nnh""M all the dolicaoiap o* the hoaiod. OU 
taoAlo is irYJood Far#,Uoe* OookiEK »»d ModPrmiaW 

P""""" r^BBlfOEN A c* • 

M I N ERS' RESTAURANT,. 

till And CAO Downukwl.. 
7«H Muk.t ,ir..t. 
Open rom,S,Aai..toMi P.M. , Al^l IM K 



CALIFORNIA AND NEVADA' 
VOLUNTEERS, ' 

irrONORABLY DISOHIlROBDlfOB' ANV jf" 



_ . BbmhiiJ', E*#t India. 
A SiORM AThKA; A iBlp ITtiin T*(lTtnjr thotarhor* 
•of Ajicoo* iitclflsr wea,b>«K a storm praJually arises aod be- 
'onu a isvQjra burricaae, ipiermltiElbd with vivid ttsebee-of 
iEbtfiloV, duTtrlK which rerlotf fte ship Btrikea a i«ok And )■ 
wrooKsdT 1bs iky cl*urs Qpiatid a rainbow apprArn, while the 
MOieoojied bv»o«pT:oMbins; **sam«r. 
Ii OF DaIQDNJ;, iu the city ol JIsjaAjiki^ 
eioare sooo deliTerlnf,' their praT- r*. 
" lihlA AT BVK.wlt h tb« Mtf-above 
en'atTdand an imr.ge of i ho YirglO 
in tho centre 
n Roman times. Thfi. 
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Mar* with IDs i.t><- 1, JeOQ* utftist apeear ir 
l».-The00trHMUM AT ROME, in 

rreiWst Arena and cirons in thr? world. It .._. 
SlAdiAlot* wold tubtaod (all in their feroolons 
Afilhit RildDsait-.Xioqs, Tigers and UyonAt. 

ai*BdWomto«BdI*Au((habl* TWusenm, to conclaile with the 
(tiriithaniDSiai: Bnlliau.UtiuLHS 0( UoforB. " 



Btruggles 



, .Commence at 9 Bo M. 



DAovi J0pt.n «f 7.:. 

■■Mi aw m»ii Aon Sitorti.i Jm j Utt. b,im»to a. m. 

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place over 301) uillus from plaoe oi^aliBtintDI § 
Ir.- ■■Utliid (.usiiditiunsl Trafd E$?. 

Apply lo. III 

J. R. HOBIIWOUT, 'Hff 

je-lfi-lm Ol£0 Mnn t (fornory fctreofc Wsw I 



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Parisian Houses! 

SAW BAFAEt/, 

ONE BLOCK FROM IllB B*A 1 L WO A M« 
ri 1 s ' 

L. THORIN, Proprietor. 

FURNISHED ROOMS 

....JNIl... 

BOOtaurtt^t'k 

Firs* <l-»Uty •f.Wluea, a,j«i- tfl 
■on HfO Cigars. 

BOARDERS TAKING BY WEEK OR PMRTir 3 



■ m * H0TICE TQ THE.PXtBLrC, 

jg^DV -THE- 

-?21 Oelmoni&o , Reslanraiit 

Al «410<*Wa> TTBKET 
Has lately fliianaed hAndnand 19 now nndor thft, 
erBclaotraJilBEtOn^t of Mltcboll. Tieiti- l 
Nbalrr thOir B»«*5 0AparttTlce la th- ODteriDB llDBA 
arTbiiDElixt back the fortoer tjopa'arit? "' JbjB 
roaUVrADt. 0'7« tbom aowtT andp*oWlt yoatBoit* 
Three dishes :\ coots. 'jThiilln now a fir-t cIaab 
Roetinraot lyM-lm 



■ FIGAR O ." 

THE JOUBNAL dF AMTTSEMEHTi. 

rubiiened every Dw in the Year by 
y. B O O -A- I* X> XT S 

AX 

fia , HerekU ( and St** W^hlnsptoa, »i« 
Below Montft-omery. San Fr inoisoo. 

8ATUBDAY JPLY 19, 1873 



HISS CH vBLOTTB THOHPSOX. 

Of (bis talsDted Mtrese, who ia shortly to 
make Ler sppearanaaat tbe Calif .rnii Thea- 
tre, WilUim Winter, the dramatic o:i:ioot 
the New Tork Tribune, «y«, sprakiog of i»r 
impersonation of Jane Eyre: Kiss Char- 
lotte Thompson reprodacw "Jane Eyre" in 
a remarkably Tit a I mood. That "e be im- 
parts to the character a dramatic brilliancy 
for which there ii no warrant in the novel 
will be eoojectnred— and is eertaioly fortun- 
ate. Sbe is not eimply intena*, but she 
spirkles with emotional utterane? and mag- 
netism, and she is often petuieaqne. All 
timenea*;ii therefore banished at the start. 
In the difficult opening scene — tie most ex- 
Acting in the play— Mia* Thompson is es- 
pecially true gin spirit and delicate in art, 
beautifully expressing, in person and in 
voice and movement, the phis.oil luxuri- 
ance and the tumultuous blendiHg of vague 
emotious and ardent, aspiring thought in 
tbrttrong nature of tbe ripening girl. The 
noble mind and the affectionate te rt are 
then embittered by in jue .ice, tyranny, and 
pretty persecution, and tots wildly oa the 
aea of pas ion or drift in loneliness and 
grief. Miss Thompson's ideal of tbis na- 
ture and experience ia net only seen to be 
exact but U fell to be deeply pithet.o, and 
to rest on keen personal intuition— if not 
actual knowledge— as to the sorrows of 
spurned, maltreated, bnt hl^h-spirit^d 
ebitdhocd. In the whole of tbis sc-ue theie 
was a throbbing, tremulous, ingenuous sen- 
aibiiity, enlirely true to the human nature 
of the part; and this was conveyed with an 
artistic rigor and smoothness worthy of un- 
restricted admiration. Perhaps ,the red- 
riding-hood drapery was a blemish, since it 
attract* attention to itself for its own sale, 
and Is not blended with other embellish- 
meats tendiog to other and .larger results; 
fcut, aside from thi3, there was nodtfect. 
In the latter seanes, tbe woman was found 
to be the obvious sequence and natural out- 
growth of the girl, and this was the fulfill- 
ment of a clearly formed ideal. The art 
method, bowayer, did not remain uniformly 
goo I. Iu voice and elocution there was some 
slight artificiality, and the elaborate cour- 
tesy of the drawing-room manner may be 
said to have been a little forced and wire- 
voveoj as of a person playing a part rather 
thjui manifesting spontaneoos emotion ia a 
natural manner. But tbis is a trifle— ee*iog 
that the snbstanca cf the personation was 
pervaded with a refined, passionate, sensi- 
tive grace, sueh as evicced a delightful chart 
act* and could not but win the kitd at Bym- 
pr.hy. Miss Thompson has very expressive 
brown eyes, and has delicate features, and 
tier© is, in her personality, the blending of 
the winning qualities of a chiid w.th the 
rich beauties of a woman, such as greatly 
helps this effect, and, indeed, imparts a sin- 
gula- charm to all that she says and dees, 
One of the strong points was the close of 
tbe rescue scene, where a telliog climax was 
powerfully and naturally attained. But 
Miss Thompson's personation of "Jane 
Eyre" is finer for its even symmetry than 
for special effects; and it speaks much for 
her intensity of feeling and oharm of method 
that she is able, in this part, to give 
dramatic forte to what, after all, is mostly 
narrative interest, and so to snatch a success 
•f action from a heart of profound anal 
deeply hidden experience. 

San Francisco Jewelry Manufactory. 
t>. W. Laird, 610 Merchant street. Diamond 
Betting, Enameling* All kinds of repairing 
done. Jewelry lor sale* *>r 

Afcer the Tueatres are ovj t 

Ton sheold not fall to ro and try nibs excellent 
Eastern Cam Chowder at the Hot Scotch. 33* 
Bash Street, their liquore eanaot be excelled, the 
onlf Saloon where a good Tom and Jerry or Hot 
Punch* ■ can be sot. all drinks plain or fancy U 
csots. go there one* and iruo yen will go. e 

Pratt's Abolition OU. 
The People's Remedy for all Aches andPalns. 

-A.11 description of Jewelry 

Alt ae vary lowest prices at H. A. OaUeoder'a 
*1 Saeond Street, cor of Mission 7 P 



Or, Barlow J. Smith 

la giving a oonrs of Free Lectures to Gentle- 
men os Benial Physiology and ITerrons D1&- 
■aesa at his Hrgetnc Hall, S87 OallfornU Street. 
svery Friday evening, commencing at 73* o'clock. 
a part of the evening la devoted to examining 
and preecrtblng for patients.. Dr. Smith gives 
phrenological examinations in resard to health 
to invalids daily, from 9 to t r at., tree, w 

Geo. HBas.& Co. 

The great Gaud; Emporium, 20 Kearny St., 
near Market. _ **• 

Star Shlrta una OoUsra. 

All sorts and size*, for sale cheap, at the 
What Cheer Laundry. 121 Leidesdocfl* St, • 



We get no butlness from Chinese, sad we 
employ none to do out work, at the What Cheer 
Laundry Office. 121 Leldesdorff street. • 

What all Ladles are trond of. 

Ladlee sre fond of whatever Is elegint and 
luxurious ill the world over, and nothing ap- 
peals to strongly to their dominant passion In 
that respect as a handscme carriage, with sty- 
lteh appointments and spirited hcries. It Is 
not to be wondered at, therefore, that a lady's 
•nvy Is excited at seeing a mere weal-by mem- 
ber of her box In a beautiful Clirenoe, or other 
fashionable vehicle, with a ptjud, Cashing 
team. It is important to know that the Occi- 
dental Ca-rlages, whiob are second to none In 
elegance, may be used by any lady In the city 
at any hour for any length of time she may 
desire. This virtually places those who engage 
them on an equal footing with tbe most foi in- 
nate of their sex, and social harmeny Is there 
by established, Ordors for these favorite car- 
riages may be left at the Occidental Hotel, or 
at Bouton & Son's stables, N.*. 1016 Stockton 
street , * 

Twrenty Thousand 

Paper Collars, all styles, for sale cheap at the 
What Chear Laundry, office 121 Leldesdorff st. 



Oysters. 
In strolling round the other night, 
To look at 'Frisco by gas light, 
unr careless feet, by chance did stray 
To where s fountain's ceaseless play 
01 sparkling waters, made a screen 
Through which a sweet bonquet was seen ; 
While moesy stone and pearly shell, 
O'er which the waters softly fell. 
Made that window feem to be 
Rome fairy grotto of the aea, 

otop," said ray friend, "let's go In here— 
It loors 30 nice — and try their cheer." 
"All right," I said, "I must agree 
That this place suits me to a 'T.'" 
No sooner had we foond a seat 
Than at out side a waiter neat 
Made his appearance, asked our wish— 
Said they had almost any dish 
That we might name. We found it true, 
And cooked maerujtcenifa/, too; 
All kinds of oysters, Juicy, fat, 
Oooked every style-, just think of that, 
And If your mouth don't water, then 
You're different from other men. 
They'd clamssnd crabs and terrapins ; 
In fact, we found they had within 
That cosy place aU kinds of game. 
Fish, flesh or fowl which we oocid name, 
While every dish was, I am sure, 
Prepared to tempt an epicure. 
The ladlee, too, nare found, 'twould seem, 
That they have hen the best loe cream; 
Bo here they flock, the little sinners, 
To get what they call "sush nice dinnere," 
Whoever doubts this let him rash 
To three hundred thirty-seven Bush, 
And there this troth h* '11 find made plain: 
Who goes there once will go again. 
Pacific Oyster House, 33? Bush street, above 

Montgomery; open Day and Right. 

CHARLES HAAKE. Proprietor. 



For Waggon Hardware. 

Go to B. F. Oiborn A Oo'a., importers and deal- 
ers at 751 Market Street, See adTsrtisement. 6a 



■Fomrtlt of July, 

Strangers. La lies & Gen'leman. before yon 
leave the city, visit the Carpet k Furniture 
Emporium of JOHN 0. BELL nearly opposite 
the Grand Hotel on Uarket st. Alto folding 
Chairs, Camp Stools. The Weed Oatp:t 
Sweeper, A the finest assortments of Laoe 
Curtains In t he State, 6r. . 

Five Hundred Men Wanted 
Immediately. To send their washing to the 

ffhat Cheer Laundry, 191 Lefdesdorfl st, • 



Heald'eBnspiess Collect 

No. H Port Str»«t afford* excellent facilities 
orpraatieal edacatton of yotmg men. For fall 
rticulan call " *** College 



Or. Doners v 

Has devoted bis study more particularly to 
chronlo and specific practice, and as such fe 
now the moBt successful of any Physician In 
Ban Franolsoo. Office 6I»" Sacramento street, 
corner of -Loideadorft a faw doors oelov What 
Cheer House, - 



Ladles Vialtlna Carle. 

Written, engrvred or printed by Joss P 
Dwtib. I2e Sutter street, opposite Lick House, 
and at the Grand' Hotel. K. B.-HjJTDKna- 
cnare Kaaxw Jnato. Pfanuassn? of ever* 
description to order. 



Alexander the Great. 

We have always believed in: his existence 
hit fame, and his exploits arj histories), {and- 
par conseqoenoc, we also believe In his re- 
nowned steed Bucephalus) but we never could 
have faith In ta at mythical, winged steed Pe 
gisus tin tha other day, oa the Cliff Honse 
road we saw a team go by on tbe "wings ol tbe 
wind" and now, there Is no limit to our credu- 
lity In what horseflesh ean do. If the steeds are 
supplied by Crittenden A Dalton, Turf Gallsry 
Stables 209 Batter S'reet. 



White Labor only: 

Employed by the What Cheer Liundry, 121 
Leldesdorff street. * 



WatchesOartfuliy Repaired 
At H. A. Calender's <'■'- Second St. cor. atumoo 



Photograph 



The CTTew loik 
Gallery 

Ko. 25 Talrd Street, isazaln open, with lar- 
ger lights, more room, and all the latest im 
provements In Instruments. Cabinet Bem- 
brandts only $1 per dox?n; Ctrd Beniembrants 
from S2 to |8 per rtczea. No Ohioamen employ 
ed. B. F. HOWLAND 7a 



American Wai chea and Clocks 
In ev :ry raristr at Oallender'e. 62 Second St. cor 

of Hieiion. 'p 



Coras* Bunions, Ingrowiag Nails. 

A perfect cure warranted by Albert Schoen- 
wald, 127 Second street. *-ai 



Smokere Attention, 

A ceW invoice of floe Meridianls. four ifor fifty 
oanU.atF. W. Seerls. Sll Bash street. I 



Dont ReadTlils, 

For if yon do yon will spend all of your 
money buying your family dress-good?, hos- 
ieries, table-fllotba, children's outfits, etc., at 
the cheapest and most fashionable place In the 
city. Friedlander A Oo's, So. 9 Third street* 
Xuoeus Building : S.B. 



W. B. BkeBenberger, 122 Uont^omery Street, 
Beel Estate, Farnlabsd Houssa and Boom*, 
Select Boarding planes, rents collected, Furni- 
ture bought and sold. Bu duess opportunities 



E>o Wot Suffer lronz Corns. 

The unfortunate sufferers from Corns, Bun. 
Ions, Olnb and Ingrowing Nails, can find Instant 
relief by applying at Dr. B. fl. Oowan's inati- 
tnte, 310 Eearny street, from 1 to 6 sm. We 
STMak from experience, having tested the Doc- 
:er'a capability. Beferencee gives Ifrequirea. a 



CtarBvoTAjrr.— Manama uuura Antonia, the 

Clalrvorant Physician and Independent Trance 
Medium. S23 Eearny street, bet. Bueh and Pine, 
OouFOlUtlens in Knglleh. French and German. 



Bound Not to be Beat, 
Is 0. Bnikhardt's motto. Fine French Calf 
Boots trade to crder Ircm $£ tc f 10. A good 
and latlsfacUon guaranteed. Call at 540 Wash- 
ington street and be convinced, A full assort- 
ment of neatly-made goods always on band, at 
prices to enlt everyone's purse. sVbi 



Everybody Su.it.eol, 

There Is no end to the multitude of fashions 
In bats. At " The" Hat Store, 6*7 Washington 
street (second hat store be'lew Kearny) , all these 
nrw styles can be found. The stock Is Immense 
—the prices are reasonable. Every one who 
goes there is sure to be suited. n 



Polelon Oak. 

It ia sow cenerallr known that the active princi- 
ple to which tbe effeoteof POIiON OAK are doe 
is a Tiolatile acid called by chemists toxioodendrio- 
acid. It is, however, not so well knows that DICK- 
EY'S OREME DB LIS is not ooly tha best availa 
able preTsntitire.bat will elso.bj its neatralixuaff 
and soothing qualities, greatly relieve all diatrets- 
irjgsjmptoms. 



Don't Pay Other People's Debts. 

Bat buy your furniture and Bedding for o&?h 
of J, A, Shaber A Oa, 707 Market Street, who 
gives no one credit, so make no bad debts and 
therefore sell far fmiller profits, and less 
prices than any other dealers in San Francis 
co, x 



A. PTeasnnt Location. 

Persons desiring comfortable lodglnga In a 
Central location, Bhoold visit the Alnnmbra, 
and inspect the fine suites of rooms to let there 
The bnilding is a very fine one and is well 
lighted and ventilated. • 



The Bfontfiomery ~ 'Avenue 
Tailoring dying and Clean- 
late Estabiishrui-nt. 
No 1646 5tookton Street, opposite Union Square, 
Ladies and gentlemen's clothing of every descrip- 
tion, cleaned, dyed, prsssed. attired, and repaired 
in the best manner, at prices to suit the terms— 
writ tin orders promptly attended to. 8. Gray. 

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The Last New Song;. 

Air— "Moet <£ CftandeK." 
Emerson Oorville is my name, 
My business always is the same; 
Eastern Oysters, and Fancy Boast, 
Relishes tboa=, that my hoase can boast. 
Safely these Bivalves to all I show, 
Ohl high oh! Oh I high ohl 
None who have been bnt again will go, 
Corville . ; ay a sol says sol 
On Pine Street, at Ho. 410, 
Remember the number and call again. 
Visions of Shell-flih In every style, 
Inwardly cause you much to smile. 
Ladies irith escorts there always go. 
Ladles gol Ladlee go I 
Emerson Corville's polite l and so 
3-1 They go! they gol they go! 



Pratt's Abolition Oil. 
Cure* La ti* Back and Earalyaia. 3^ 

Sam. >uOOre, 

Toa-mMiy ef B*ss House -Oarrtaga-, iC an be 
round in front of Coleman Bros, elething es- 
tablishment, south went corner Buth and Mont- 
gomery ft*, cr Dexter Stables'. Carriage ordara 
lstt at either place promptly attended to day 
si night, at reduced rates. , 



PHo to graphic 

At one dollar per dozen at the Peoples Art 
Gallery, U Third street between Stevenson and 
Hisalon street. a 

Public accommodation. 

Washing left at the office before 8 a, v., can 
be returned la the evening if required; we 
never dlsappolntl What Ohtor Laundry, 121 
Leldeadorff sene et. • 

a?rae Beet Xk«tane«iles. 

Dr. Ferry's Last Chaace, lor pain. Dr. Per* 
IT'S Webfoot'riUs, for an billons complaints, 
or sale by all druggists. Agenoy, 117 Sansome 
treet, cemer of Commercial. 



A great variety of Ties and Bows, all styles, 
just received at the What Cheer Laundry, 131 
Leidesdorff street. * 

Pratt'a AboUtion Oil 
Cures Stiff Joints, Sprains and Bruises. 3-l 



Freab and Sweet. 

Far the beet oonfectionery, g-> to Oanty and 
Waccer'B, 107 Btaatgoaerr St. near Snttc- 



Dental Work. 

Foa nsifli QniLnrt of wona", go to T. C. Jee- 
sup, dentist, cor. Sutter iud Uoatgomery, over 

Tucker's. 3-u 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



CALIFORNIA THEATRE 

Sir. John McOnltongh Proprietor and Manager 

SPECIAX ANSOUNCEHENT. 

Sir. MoOnlUugh h>B great plea are in stating 

that owing to tbe TJaorecedaated sue- 

cees of '"David Garrick." 

AIR. 80THERN 

has postponed his immediate departure, 

'OAR Xt IOK" 

Will, therefore, be repeated oa Monday, Tues- 
day and Wednesday of next week. 
On Thnraday, Frid^and Saturday Mr. Sothera 
1 Boj>erUOQ'a beaa'.irul C 

COME" 

i't.13 Exorecely for hm 



Ladies' Fair, 

IH AID OF THE 

O I* P HAN BOYS 

—Og THK- 

San Rafael Assylum, 

WILL BE OOTINTJED AT 

UNION ECATjL, 

Howard Street, bet Third and Fourth. 

Positively Closing Saturday Night 

j,-16ta 



GERTRUDE M. GREGORY 



GREGORY TROUPE 

Is reqneaUd to communicate immediately with 
the undersigned. By so doing she will heir some- 
thing gr^atry to h?r advantage. 

J. H. McCABE, Tiitatrical Acre at, 
j*-lt).Im 620 Washington Street, 



Best Rustic Window Shades 

IN THE WORLD 

Pioneer Factory, 413 Mistton Straet. between 
Firat and fr,:emo:. c. 

UOLUHArT & SEARDSLEE. 
jylStf P.-oprietora and Manafaciurerz. 



Dividend Notice. 

SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY, 

610^CLAT 8TkEE£T. 

AT A MEETING OF THE BOARD fOF Di- 
rectors held tbis day, a dividend was de- 
clared for the six moctba ending Jane 30, 1B73, of 
nine and eii-teatt" (9 6-10) per cent per annnm 
OH all deposit 1 free of Federal tax, and payable 
on and after tbe 15th inst. 

GYRUS W. CARMANY. Cashier. 
San Franoisso. Joly im. 1873, jylO 2w 



DIViDEND NOTICE 

The Farmers and Mechanics' Bank 
of Savings 

Declared a dividend for the half year ending 
Jnne SOtb, 1P73, at the rate o( tan percent per in- 
cum on term ; sight per cvn'- per annum on class 
one ordinary, and sizper cent p»r aonam on class 
two ordinary deposits, frea of Federal tax, payable 
00 and eft = r Jnly 14, 1ST J. By order 

jjU-lm 1 O. M.OONDER. Cashier. 



FERNANDEZ & AGillRRE, 

Faslilonatol e 

SHATTERS, 

No. 329 Kearny Street, 

BefcBuahand Pine, BAri FRAriOiSOO 

Hate Made to Order aad Renovated. 
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A CRANDRAFFLE 

i GESTLEMAVS TURNOUT COUPLETS 
-*-*- on aoeoaat of departure. One 5 year old* 
Sorrell Horse (soand and kind, broke single and 
double. Oan trot in 2-16). 

One new three-fourth buggy, Larkins A Co., 
makera. One eet of new Dutascombe Harness, 
Day and Right BUaketa, Robe. Whip, etc., at 

"Rattler's Wine Parlors," 

334 BUSH STREET, 

When ticket- can be had. Turnout can be aeen 
at the City StableB. To be raffled on Saturday 
evening, July 26th, 15T3. j & id 



Good Cigar* 

Soou, yon always emoke good cigars, what brand 
do yon imaki, and where do yen buy t^em? 
James. I'll toll yon. 1 enaoke Fred'a Ghoiea, yon 
•aabuy thea »t Frad.W. Scarf*. 311 Buah*L I 

McDowell, Show Card. Vrlter 

Beady made and made to order. Boom 10, 

I 008 Market street, oor . Poot aad Montgomery n> 



The RoaiOEUCUlTB were a eet of philosophers 
who flourished ia Germany dnriog the Seven- 
teenth Century and preaeouted profound research' 
ea into natural science to discover the Elixir of 
Life. They were impressed with the properties of 
herbal preparations, and found dynamic and psy- 
ohoiogio foroe in tbe extract of certain plant? 
PIPIFAX is das t9 tbelr researches. It is made 
from twenty different herbs, gathered when their 
juiceeare strongest, forming a combination unri- 
valed in the materia medic*, PIPIFAX assists 
a ad fort' See oature. It drives to the extreme 
parts, and through the pores of the akin all em uno- 
toriesof the body, tht bad humors whiob. molest 
it, giving relief even In disease ths most refractory 
and difficult to cure, each u agues, neuralgia, and 
maay complaints having their origin in the brain 
The inilaenoe it has on the sympathetic and 
pneamoRiitrio aervee is very surprising. If an 
angnahed patient trlaaPIPrFAX. he will be aston- 
ished at the relief it will bring to his weakened 
nerve*'' ^^^^ -j r 

The Wrilfe Hoctee. 

The White House ie thronged every afternoon 
withUdlea, the majority of whom have oome 
from a distance and consequently must need 
some refreshments. Da these ladlee know that 
directly opposite the White House i 8 the White 
Hoc e Bestaosant. Tuie Beitaurant haajoat 
beeo re-fltte* and eolirged by Mr. Meyers, tbe 
proprietor, with a special view to the comfort 
of ladles. He has taken great care to keep It 
•elect, aad the refre&tinteata are Orst-claga, *6w 



"THE VILLA," 

At the New 

GOLDEN GATE PARK, 

The Buildjng having just been completed, is 
bow thrown open to tbe pablio. The house is ele- 
gantly luruiahed, and has 

Four I»al>lie Parlors, 

— AHB— 

Ten Private Dining Rooms, 

The whole being built, nit like a public hotel 
but aa it ia named. 

An Elegant Villa. 

"The Villa" is located at the last or north-west- 
ern gate of tbe Park. 

Bpioorean Breakfast!. Dinners and Sappers, 
prepared on the shortest notire. 



PICNICS, EXCURSIONS, ET» 



S. F. and'S. P. R.R. & 



CHANCE OF TIME 

THE CHEAPEST ROUTE TO THE GEYSERS. 

ONAKDAFTFR JONK 1, 1873. THE 8IRA1 
or AflTKLOPG, connecting at Dooannt Lvx 
ing witb tbe San Francisco A North Pacific Re 
road Company for Clorerdale and all intermedia 
stations, will leave San Francisco daily (SnudJ 
eicptedj, from Front street Wharf, at 2:30 bu ~ 
tnrniEB, the train will leave Cloverdale daii, 
6:00 o dock a a . connecting at Donanne with t 
ate.merand arriving in San FianciBOo at 11 :00 a. 
J he steamers and oars makt close conns tit 
with stages to and from all points. 

8UrtOAY EICURS:ONS~AT REDUCED ttjH 

Leave San Francisoo at B a. m. every Bund 
arriving at Olorerdale at 1 o'clock p. si Returnii 
will leave Oloverdal* at t o'clock, arriving in li 
Fraaciaoo at 7 o'cloo i This will allow exca 
einmste eeveral honrs at any of the places alea 
tr.e line of 1 be road. For a!l information apply ■ 
the CumpiLjjcffl]#,48« slootgemery street. 

Oc and after June let, tbe Steamer will lea' 
San Bronoisco at 2 30, P.M.; tbe cars will ' 
Oloverdale at 6 a. K, 

»P1B PETFR PONAHtTB. Presideo*, 



Badger'sG&ntral Park, Oaklan 



IHESB BEAnTIFDL GARDEWS ABK NO! 

open fortha Beaton, and budj of the 



popular 



FXCIVZCS 



WiU b« hold Ibera. Tt» attraotioo. are oum. I 
otu. SKATING PATILIOS'. MDSzaM. CYH I 
3 ASIDM. Skatiac free oa week dars. 

AdnlMfen %q Cenl I 

OBILDREH IP OEKT8. ap!7 U f 



OR. JORDAN'S 

GREAT ANATOMICAL MUSEUI 

And College of Medicine, 

10 OOO BEAUTIFUL AND DfSTEUa 
1V.UVU ive obiects to be Been. Qpen tolL 
Public DAY AND NIGldT, a- EUREKA HAU I 
S 18 Montgomery atreet. FOR MEN ONLyT^ I 
ss»-Db. Jobdak's Pbtvatb Office is at #11 1 
Peary street (opposite old Meohanios' Pavilion). 



IT'js ; 



THtHEPOBK 



SAVE YOUR MOINEn 



BY GOING TO 



THE PALACEOF FASHIOI 

ANOTHER KXOMEHENT ABOUT Tl 
New^tors. IT Second street, opposite! 
Grand Botal. Clothing of the lates- and m 
fashionable styleB mac*« to order. Cheaper 
better than at any ether house in the city. 

NOTE THE PRICES. 
Pants., .from $6 to $ I 2 per pi 
Suits .from $25 to SB 

I invite the inspection of the Choicest "Goods b I 
the market, ' 

i A. MORRIS, 

No. XT Second Street, | 

j.l" lm Oppo.lle Sraad IJotel. 



DRRENZS 
HERB 

ilJTTIflS. 



GUDIO MANGENBERG 

PHOPBIBTOBS. 



& CO., 

jF-lirtf 



V 



OYSTER GE0TT0 

A clean and respectable Oya'er 
Honse atteduopoxpoiely for LadieB 1 

428 PINE STREET, 

Above the Oilifor. ia Market, between Kearny and 
Montgomery Streets. 

A. W. MANNING, Proprietor. 
ieI4-lm 



MORACHAN& LYNCH, 

DEALERS IN 

OYSTERS. OLAMS ani all kinds- 
of Shell Fish, Stall 68 California! 



Market. San Franonoo. Open Day 
aad Night, families^ Public and Pri- 
vate Parties, Hotels, Shipping end 
Restaurants inpnlied. 



*9 



IO Cts. lOCts. lOCts, 

Per Olaffl for the Finest 

Wines and Liquors, 

acd the Oelebrated 

FREDERICKSBURG BEER, 

— ra— 

FRED. G. WENT WORTH'S 

S3 -A. Xj, O O 3NTI, 

SOI KEABNY STREET, N, W. tor. Sac, 
je-19-tf. 



The treat Tonic and Appetiser. ] 
Sale Ereriwaere. myS S 



J. C. COMBES, 
TERRAPIIV LTJ3VCHJ 

Cor. Second and Tehuma streets. 

e-Terrapin con.taatty on haadv 
Oysters In every stvle. PEIVAT1 
SUPPKB ROOMS F ~fR PARTUaV 
dec 311m 



CANDIES. 

ALL EXlfDS OR THE FINEST OAr70V 
mads at our Steam Oacdy Faotory daily. AB 

ordors, especially from the ccantry, are •oLiolas* 
ard will be promptly attendsd to. 

OANTY A WAGKKt, 
1 07 HonttfomerrTBet— aer.r Swttev 



ftLHAMBRft LODGING HOUSE 

TLrTRLT FORMSliED ROOMS, 80* 
fje or in aralta, 

Well AAKbaod suad Tan tils. toeU 
Dntttrnishaa Rooms to let. Loffimr wj)ft 

VwMtf I 



AFTEB XdK 

THEATRES ARE OUT 

OO TO THK 

Hot scoton, 

Satttr street, sear Kesu-QT, 
And try one of their 

Hot Stotch's er Tom & Jerry's 
AJ.1 Drinks Ten Cent*' 

Blf tr jns. D. BRIGG3. PropriebM. 



BOKER'S BITTERS. 

THE UNDERSIGNED IS SOLE AGENT DT 
California, for the sale of tbe above oele- 
brated Bitt=rs. He is prepared to deal wit* 
Merohaats and Jobbers oa the most reaaonaaaat 
terms. " """" 

jnll lm 



GEORGE KA-TEB- 



DEALER IN OYSTERS. OLAMS 
andaU kinds of SHELL FI5H. , 
BaaUsNoe. 40, Al, 4S, Oahiornia* 
Market, entrance on Oalifomrs street. ' 

Public or priTatc parties add families supj 
frjm'6 A.SL to DF.it Ladies* and Gentlenaa-i 
OrrUr Rooss ODen trove i A.V. to t2 p jf .> ' -4*271* 



Sb> 



YY UR !_YY UB 

If TJ bl ynre SHIRTS at No. 3 
4 krjstomeri R alwals suited that 
With the pryeie tha eel there uoderwar 
And evrl tbing In the Furnishing line 
TJ ken gUyourmannes woith evri time 
Toilet articles 2 of OTeri kind 
Jtut trl them once acd bare In mind 
At the Old Stand 3 and St 
TJ bl at irjslJ that ksnt B Beet, 

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KCTMCIL 110 OPTICAL SCIENCE 



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PART II. 



PA P T III. 

HI.LIA5T orrit Al I YILORAIA 



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roarrr *l.r tub l. «<ni«gitiiM.n.iii(v M i 7 ,i iwmh 

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. sasmal t»« *a>p Striken ft rm «M a 
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' DaIhoJUi. ii im Mr •( Xi 



IOD, 1742. 
T IN MR. INCOT8 HO 

Act 1II--LIBRARY IN CARRICK'S HOUSE 

T* i wm I wI i with « wild .K. irfliiy Ib g«. ,,», wriitoo by H. J. Bjron, u<l .mm,. I 

DUNDREARY Married and Settled! 



LO PL D ^ DD VDRCART 



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. SOTHERN 

..JOHN WllSn.V 



If A ftp.,. I !••"*" ' 

vnmo, l (Mf r,«Hi..«.»|H»,«M»ir»Hiili.. Vt*r*n 

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M LB MAM 

JO WILLI • 

E J BUOKMV 

W A AlHTATIR 

H. IUAD 

B W LKACH 

J s ripRRBNua 

"BAR rlRMKT 

Ml»8 HBLKN TRA'iy 

MBS. R BATJBDEKS 



iHftfttOlft || 

awaielnas with ifc* 



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>dne iday ftlatiaee for Itdiet 4 Children 



Tu*)*J, Wtdimdij, Thnr»diy, Fndiy ud B»iurd»y ftTeiingt, inly 33d, 2M, 24lh, 26th >nd 26Ul, ud it lbs 
8»tardty M«tin«e Mr. Sotborn will ippeir In hi. norld-ncowutd p«n nilwo o( 

LORD DUNDREARY, 

In "Our J\ m erloan C-..-^,,-,^^. » ' 



OVLS113.. 1 



M<nd»y Kvodidj Jnly 28U), Firil Appe»r«nce of 

MR. FRANK MAYO, as Davy Crockett. 



FARKWELX CONCERTS 

MME. ANNA BISHOP 

>*J> I* lUMMt bar no J 

OONOB n. T8 

la Bu rruclMo. h lollcnrt 

WKD.NESOAY EVKMNU ..JILT 28 

FRIDAY I \ KM Mi JULY 26 

Grand Matinee, 

Saturday, Julj 26 At 2 P. A. 

OAKLAND, 

TUESDAY JILY 22 

1PB1STID BT 

MR. AITRIDIWILKIE, 

K-!l:.h Ttoor. * 

MR.' L. O. GOTTSCHALK, 

Km ii -ot BftrilOBft. 

MR. FRANK GILDER, 

BtilLiMt Amftrlcfto PifteU t 
TK'KFIN «i (jo 

For B*le Rl Gray's Mnsio Store, No extra charge for 
fioaerrcdetate. 



Tv.lt tnl lie..'". 

ilt Etmftitft 



C. COHBK, 

upin uira 



ALIFORNIA INVENTION. 

a ^Atl& " 




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IEWINC MACHINES, 

3EITISIS 110 JEWELLERS' L.THES, 

Alt Lbt«aUob eft* b* ipplicd to th« op«rft4iot 

of all klDdftoI ft>wLn K M*vcblD*ft. DtfllLU' 

ftftWl Jwallm L»tb*ft In ■Impllcltj ii 

Oflly • qoftlrd ry lt« doifttjlllly; 

II ftT Jtd • tbft dm of tb» tr*»d- 

l«. whJob 1* iutgi»c«)fiU 

^. and lujorlouft. 

aVApplicfttloo m\d«b7 tfaa Aftmtafortbe 
Mklflc Ocftftt. 

IAWTER ft WHEDOW, 

033 Wftifthfnatoaft NUMt. 




AZTEC PINOLE, 

MAPI FhOM PABOHBX) OOBN. 

aooB 

A>A rejfttlar ftirtlclti of foorl. 
Aft m, dint for dysaepitc*. 
t for chlldrt-n, 



Ai»r<nul»iorof the bowel*. 
Aftft italckcnlntf f r >oapi, 
[ K .r lir..a<l Ing cutluti and flftll, 




For the aieofmlfturi, 
Kor thii me oT proiiHctOrft, 
For Ue «a- of hum.rt, 
ar«r «h« mae of onpTi, 
For the a««* «f pifnlrken, 
For th« «•• o»" •vtrrylftodjr. 
__ A ooLtantftni loSob, »lw»ji rt«4i fttft 

T-iiftVi ofttioft. 

AjOl Toair Oro*er for It, 
BftAAU rrQOftrftlBpptUd br mbf *taftl«a«litr or 
1AA 

AZTEC COMPANY, 



WANTJ 



lcDMIELS THEATRE 

• uiTini, 



ATOMINC. 



BREE GOOD VARIETY WOMEN 

••rTftJrBl roin« Ktftf, wlllflnd Ik to tb.fr ftdTSA- 
<a bftfotft ItaTlmg Omllforoift to oorrfttpond with 
«1. HcDAJtlaiL. 

Lofti BoJ Bo. 1. UhsjeajB*, WfOaAiiif , 



Tahoe 
Billiard Hall 

CMAH. L STONE, ProurlMor. 

No. 4 I 7 Kearny Street, 

BfttwftcD Cftl-.fcroift and Pio*. 
-/•it r»«or'. riai Ifttftly bftfto "BlftMr-d, ftnd 
on* pirliiii a B**> Boval UMi«. Tbn b*it I, (jnnra 
ftsd i>lftBift ft', toe Bar. Fir* larc* finely fftrmabftd 
rocm>. for oUbft ftcd prlT^tft pftitica oathairo«o 
tftrava ftftd rote*. j»"-3m 



THE CUFF HOUSE! 

ROARING OCEl.fll~SUflGlflG BREAKERS 
F0A1IRG SERF, MONSTER SEA L ONS- 

Appetizing Breakfasts, Lnnches, 
Dinners' and Sappers. 

BRING YOTJB WIFE! 

RAING TOUR FAMILY! 

BRING TOUR LADY FRIENDS 

And »n)o»a fiaw of tbft fiacafc OOBAN PABO- 

BAiLA IS riit VTUHLIJ, ftlliOMKht of 

tbft world-ioaoftToftd 

Golden Goto. 

With afl'ftl of whltft-nuHftnr.fr * «irt*r : n|r from 
•T«rj pftiiol ib* oomm*rottl wuria. 

*»-N«w Lino ftaiiea, eonotctloB witb IStrcet 
Cftra ftt Lonft Monolrlo fttt ty 15 mianUl hor#»(Ur 
for tb« Ll.ff .louia jil-tl 



OPERA HOUSE, 

8AN JOSE. 

Tbift tbftftlro will bft tftftftftd oo libtral t»rmi for all 
mootbft or by tbo ftwar lo mo ftloftrlftOOftd manager, 
bunion.* i»ijuirlnr rayabsaatft from Han .Tow*. Tbo 

fiooftftOftooow be ranted by tbanigbtor wtftk on 
ow tftrmi. 

SEA mVO CAPACTTT 1,200. 
«. BBOHAJKA, Proprlrfor, 
SAH JOSK 



Liverpool and Great Western 

Steamship Company, 

CARRTINO XHE IT. ft. MAIL. 

TIGKETS SOLDlo AND FROM 

T ITBBPOOL, QtrBBHBTOrTH, ^f£Q* 
*-* Londonderry. H»*abflr«b, Brero»o,5Jwaaw*w*l 
Hftvi*. Parla. Baidu, BftlfJum, Nontftj ud oil 

EaropftftO citiftft. 

TbtftOompftny bu ftTTftnfftmowti with tb# Oom- 
mtaafOPftrof KmlarratioQ aad Rftihroftd Oomptnloft 
•itNftw Yorr, br wbfoh pftMtJBftra Iff promntly 
for Wftrdid to tbft Pacific Cc«t. 

For pftitlcoUrt apply to 

D. B. JAOKHQN, Aa^nt, 

m^SOlftn BB8 Mow I go wap ry fttrfft. 



Pacific Purchasing, 

PRINTING DRAMATIC, MUSICAL, LECTURE. AND 
EQUESTRIAN A95NCY, 

Rooms 16 and 17....6SO >» ttsninfiCton street. 




....EVEKY... 

Saturday Kveuinjr, 

AT EIGHT O'-LO) K. 

AT THB OLD ORIGTWAI* 
RKD LIUN.IO Gaam aUrut. 
wham jon can bav UOT AND 
OOLD DK^KSof tUft vnribpftt 
Qnalttr. The "Old RnorVMft aV- 
iay| on band. Drop in. 
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DAVE UKNDRH. Prapritlor. 



Attention, Uoud Livers! 
IIP 

Car.nt, h.. t.kfts til. m*a«lt«a,ilk 
«f botb tbe Hioora' Heenuir.nt on 
moroi.l street And tbe Miner* 



»PK(11L NOTICE TO MI.8 MI.VMJ! VT ALTON. 

Picnic and Ball Committees. 

IFI1II PREPARED TO KUrtNISH I TWO NEW « B A U A « . 

Unt loadorft, at fair rates. I nlgbtB oommonoiug in Jnly. 

arThe Baslneaft arrangftmftnta of Drama tlo or Koiioal EnterUiomenti, FBTE8. PI0RI0S 
•to.. fttUnd«d to. 

iTAll baiinetftontraotftd to os will b« exeoatod witb pronptnou. No obarges nudo exctp 

for»mo M .ot«U, perfo.niid. .IEKR11IA.N COUBYM «* CO. 



PIPER'S OPERA HOUSE* 

VIKfflWIA G1TY, MJCVADA. 

rHIP BLJEGABT THHATBK HAS WKm &R 
dooorated, and sma be rooted bj tho nttfht o 
jt tbft week. Sure end trailing oomvisl*' 
iMtwifr troftUd with oo ftpoHcaxton t>> i«it*r 
JOUJI P1PKB, 
Minuar led aolft Froprift^i- 
Or to 5. U. kf eCJAHK, 
020 Waftblncton atrMt. Ban Frauofsoo 



HARRY MYERS, 

Afiost far Hitoblsv A Graj*- Sohool SAlabjla * 
CocBort «nd QlxU, Will nail at reildenoee. . _ -w I 
S*>33-Lm 



EDWAED PEEL & CO., 

0SA anal Ht1 Washington atrfftt, 

^P€ ^^^ * <*£& 

HAVE OPENED A OOGKIWO FUTABUSH. 
•rmtA*' thtapiioe !or tbftp«roo'ftof prepar- 
Inr BALL HOPPKRS and LUNCHES FOR PTO 
IS 108 AND BALOONS, on tbe mot resfoonble 
home. Luucbwa dkiivMrad inaay v^rt of tbft uitj 
faeftof chargft. Tbft patronage of til* ftftJoona 10 
the Q;ttf ii leipooUoltr soliolwa, Jn7^i 



THE OLD 

Hot scoton, 

IS Bfortoa Street, near ajtrurny. 

All l^riiUis Tea Cents 

Hot Prinks a specialty. 

THE BEST TOI! AKD^JtRBY IH TOWN. 

A1w»t» on fllo the New York Herald, Harperr 
Weokly. Frank Loilie'ft. Deg'ft Dortrft, Poltoe Ga> 

lotto, all tb* Oallfornlft p*p«ra. alao London 

Ponoh, BftiraTjlfe, IllQAtrated London NftWft. Oali 

and BftMefv ynn r«tlf. 

■a- Don't forger tbe ftign of tb» Hot AWotch, 

fi7 tf W. W. TrALDRO.N. Mroprietor. 



For Sale— A. PlanAjer, 

TWi>ntT-tw»foflt locwrby ten feet b.am. Salli 
Anobor aod Ubaina— anmnlete tn ornry reepeot 
Will ftttlled f>r A PLBASURH BOAT. Tbooraf: 
la nearly din and will bo sold at A GREAT BA A- 
<;AIN. To bn-^een at McLja'a W^arL 

a op'y by letter or in person to "Ohob," Fioabo 



Brnooh on Market street, in partnerehlp with 1 — _ 
A. DRAYKUR, who baa been oQ&mctftd wltb Lb* 
flrm tor year*. Improve-nonta ha*« heftn made ja> 
tbft oaiafoe deporUnftL tbat will rftnder tbft Hu 
oftre' more popular than it baa ever been dnnnB 
the 7% jean of its prosperity. Oor BiUft of Ffteo) 
inb-n all tbe delicaoios of tbe auaaoD. Owjt 
motto is "Good Fare, Good Oook.nl and Modtt»ts> 
Uhargftft." 

F. BEBOKI At CO. 

MINERS' RESTAURANT. 

B31 and ABB OommorolaJ. uu _ 

TOO Market street. 
**n#n rem fi A.1L to 10 P.M. »n3l iw 



Parisian House. 

ONI BLOCK FBOMTHB RA 1LSC1B 

L. THORINTProprietor.. 

FURNISHED ROOMS 

....AMD.... 

H- ost a uran t- 

F.rftt Cgnallty of Winer. E4a a '- 
■or* a\nd C'lgur*. 



BOARDERS TAKING BT WEEK OR 

myJTlm 



MORTft 



NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. 

-THK— 

Delmonici Restaurant 

Al SECOND TTBF.IT 

Bee Ittely obftBged bftnda aad is now andftMnftr 
sfflaioot in magement of MltJbell. EreiUi A £(0 , 
wtio br their great experienoe la tli i oal erlna ikxi 
ara bringing back the former popoUrity of thin 
restaurant. Give them aoall and p.ove it yoniaanf-' 
Threw disbos^oeobs. This tie now aflr*toTase> 
Roataorant )yU-law' 



lO Cts. lO Ctw. lO Ot**, 

for ai»3f for tho Flaeert 

Wines and Liquors, 

and the OeUbrttsd 

FREDEJilCKSBTJRG BEER, 

— iw— 

FRED O. WENTWORTH'S 

SALOO na-i, 

««1 EEARDV STRliET, K. W. cvr. (K, 
je-Jt It 




-p. s o»A.»E>'cr e 

B.lo» Moi.tarom.rT. Ss° fTtnoMoo- 



The Theory of Advs»r:slia«T. 

TLa theory of adverliaing rests on the 
priuipl. .Hat (be gr..t m.joritv of the peo- 
pie dislike t . tliok for th.m»l«i, and shop- 
keoper. «d ihowm.h, who can tbiok tor 
them will reap the reward of tt«H labors. 
Tm ioitince, if lb. Dim. of Smith occurs to 
tuo mindl of hundreds of people with ever 
, mil, greater f»ci itj th»o (he name of 
Brown, tb»t infinitesimal saviog of tronble 
will koep Smith'! shop crowed, while Brown 
»nd bis clerks may be Backing their fingen. 
If a the iti is il m»n»ger c sntrivei to keep his 
piece of amusement before th» eyes of the 
pnblic so ooaiUntly fist it ienever forgotton 
wken an evening et the pl»y ispr.poiet, hi 
enterprise will be rewarded by full ho«ie. 
when the aotors of riTal establishments are 
playing to empty benches. Tb.ieare very 
broad generalizations, but the principal on 
which they are based will hold good always. 

Matter of Fact. 

i. blessed old lady being asked if she ever 
had her ears pieroed by th. wail of distress_ 
and Bhe oouldn't very well remember, buA 
■he belieT.d It was don. with a fork. 

-♦- ■ 

An Effect Spoiled. 

Quito a fanny incident oc:nrred the olher 
.Toning at the opera honf e in Paris, at whlc>i 
Pacini's opera of "Sappho'' was giTen. At 
the end of th. last act, when Sappho, in a fit of 
deipera'ion, throws herself into the ae«, t' e 
person who was to replace Sappho, and roak 
the fearful leap, had so carelessly arranged 
-the olassio robe that the last things seen by 
tbe audience were a pair of men's pantaloons 
a nd two f or lo : n boots. Jnd ge the effeot. 

A Nocessarjr Inference. 

Tbe following di&logu) occurred in the 
Faubourg St. Honors, Palis, between s 
patriarchal gentleman and hi. grand- 
daughter: 

"What makes your hair eo white, grand- 
pa?" inquired the maiden. 

"lam Tery old, my dear; Iwsb in the 
ark," says grandpa, humorously, but with a 
reckless diaregard for truth whtoh does not 
prepossess us in the old man's fftTOr. 

"Oh," B«ys the obild, regarding her relr- 
-tiTewlth a frash interest, "are you Noah ? 

"No, lam not N oah." 

"AxeyouSnem, then?" 

"No, I am not Bhem." 

"Are you Ham?" 

"No, I am not eTen Ham." 

"Then you must be JapheV eays 
mademoiselle, at the end ef her historical 
-tether, audgrowine rather iapaUei 
difficulty that surrounded her ageu , 

MjeUtlUCltlOn. 

"No, I am not Jephet." 
''Then, grandpa, you're a beast.' 



Severe Treatm.at. 

A doctor, a lawyer and a piiest were called 
to see a sick man near the Dalle, the other 
day. They all w.nt in the same conveyance 
to the men'a house; the d .otor went in and 
gave him a dose of physic, tho lawyer fol- 
lowed aod drew up a will for him, and last 
came the priest »ho entered tbeaiok room. 
and admihiatered.spiiitual consolation as he 
thought proper. In throe dajs tho man got 
well and his neighbors think nothing .cm 
kill him now. 

vTork With a Will. 

Whether yon woik for fame, for love, for 
money, or for anything else, work with jour 
bands, heart aad brain. Say "I will 1" and 
.ome day you will conquer. Never let any 
man have it to say,"I have dragged you u?." 
Too many friends hurt a man more than 
none at all. 

■ Christopher Coluruuos Andrews, the Hir. 
nisota diplomat who represents this oountry 
as Sto.kholm, is said to have an awkward 
resemblance to the new King of Swe den. 

V.ry pretty. 

Ouo of tbe notorious divorce lawyers ot 
New York, in hie adverti-ement in the city 
papers, Bays; "Hymenial incompatibilities 
as a specialty delicately adjusted. 'Tis slav- 
ery to detain the hand after the heart hath 
fled," 

An Indlsnspolls daily paper calls a repor- 
ter on a rival j ournal ' 'a talented young f alt i- 
fier." 

It's a oase of "b apposed auiotde" when the 
Brsoklyn police fiud a man in the river with 
bis feet and legs tied. 



The Ii*at New sonar. 

A^—"Mott <e CTondW 
Emerson Oorvtlle is my name, 
any business always la the eaaae; 
Eaatern Oystera, aDd Fancy Boast, 
ReJLaties these, that my house can boast. 
Safely thee. Bivalves to all I show, 

Oh' high obi Ohl blgb obi 

None who have been bat again will go. 

Corville *ays sol eays sol 

0» Pine Street, at No. 410, 

Remember tbe number and oall again. 

Virions of Sneit-nib in every style. 

Inwardly oaase you macb to smile. 

Ladles wfth eseorta there always go. 

Ladles got Ladles gol 

Emerson Oorvule's politel and eo 
SJ They gol they gol they go' 



NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 



DOUOIaifl WHITE JAMES PKcHITOOOK 

WHITE & PENNYCOOK 

EMPLOYMENT AND GENERAL BUSINESS 
AQBNT8. 

8 B. Cor. Pine nod tLtarar etteets, 

UP STAIRS. 

HOTFXB. PRIVA.TR PAMILIF.S AND KM- 
ployrt of erory doaerii turn promptly snp- 
plted with .be ver; bn-st mile nod female help, 
without trcubU or uponM, Wilts or apply to 
WHITE * PCNKYCuOK, i\ O. Kox, a.-. Sa^ 
Frenoieco. t-»rticni«r «tteitloo puld to tbe rant 
mg of houses and tbe Collection of Bills. j jul lm 



" 



PICNICS, EXCURSIONS, ETC. 



A great variety of Ties and Bows, all styles, 
)ust received at the What Cheer Laundry, 131 
LeldeBdorfl st reet. 

DentaU Work. • 

FOB 1*INE»T QUALITY. 0» WOES., go tO T, 0. JoB- 

rrap, denttet, oor. Butter wd Moaigomery, over 
Tadcer'a. 



3-D 



Horror] Horror! The Dead Returned 

to Life. , iU . 

Everyooo in San Francuco kne«a tbat 
Dr J. J. Sic Bride ths King of Pain is dead- 
A.U tbe papers published a stitement to that 
effect about two years ago, now hii likeness 
glares at ns in a column in the St Louis Daily 
Chronicle ana he is called " Tbe Giant Ohol" 
era King" ItiBUumistakably the same man 
the hair tbe eyes tbe none are all bis and tbe 
Chronicle Buys that be is ''l:cated"at the 
Olive Btreet Hotel. Yet wa all kaow that 
Dr J. J. Mc Bride is dead— a dead beat. 



The White House. 

The White House la thronged every afternoon 
with ladies, the majority o. whom nave oome 
from a distance and consequently must need 
■ome refreshments. Do these ladies ltnow that 
directly opposite the Wolto Home is the Whitb 
0ou.-e BxsriuaAST Tais Bettaaraot has jost 
been re-ntted andenltrged by Mr. Meyer a, the 
proprietor, with a special view to the oomfort 
tfl&dlea. Be has taken great care to keep it 
select, and tue refreshments are first-claes. *6vr 



PIANOS 

....AND.... 

ORGANS. 

CALL AND EXAMINE KINDS' ABT> PRICES 
before purchasing elsewhere. Good bargains 
to be had. 

A.. L. DAWCKOFT A CO., 
jel. tf 1£3 Meu-ket streets 



THE WESTERN 

SAVINGS & TRUST: CO., 

13G MONTGOMERY STREET, 
Occidental flolel BalldlBtS, S-.u Frunclico 

CAPITAL $ JTOOO.OOO OO 

H.J. BOOTS President 

A. t>. STILES Vice Prei. «fc C»eler 

•Is H, OBIFFlXttS *ecret*try 

II. II. MAiaiiT Attorney 

Robert Wait. P. 8. Weaver, B. Sohretbner, Ex- 
ecatire Oommi ttoe. 

DIUF.OTOES: 
L. S. ADAMS t of Adame, McNuil AOo) 8&c.»meQ- 

to aod ban ifraao Cisco. 
H. H. HAIGUT. Ki Governor. Alameda. 
P. Is. WEAVER (of Weaver, Taylor A Oe.). Ban 

Franoitoe. 
6. P. TAYLjR. S-nFraociiOO. 
SIMON tiOHKttJBKR (of Sa.bra.ber & EiowelJ). 

Ssoram. otiarjd 4na Franoisoo | 
ROBKKT WATT, Ex-Oooirdller of Etate.Ban 

Bafae! 
H.J BOOTH (of H J. Booth A Oo,, Union Iroo 

W rate), S»n Craooiaco. 
ANSON G. STILUS, Sao Franoieoo. 
L. B HARRIS. Sao KranBi-co. 
IbaAULUHMAN, Uaklard. 
PETER 6PREGKLE8, Sun Franoieeo, 

Ail kiuaa of Str n ;s, commercial aod Trnst 
Pnnd n B po«it) will be raoeived in sums of not less 
thaD three dollars, 

DiviqeodB will be payable a aisl 'annually, in Jan- 
uary and July of eaob year. No oharge will be 
made for opening aoaonnta. 

Loans will bsniideOi SeoarUy of Real Estate, 
Prilled States Stocfcsaod other approved aeouri- 
ttea. ira-ltn 



S. F. and H. P. B.B. Co. 
CHANCE OF TIME. 

THE CHEAPEST ROUTE TO THE GEYSERS. 

ON AND AFTER JDNE I, 1873 .THE BlEAaft- 
or ANTELOPE, connecting at Donaana Land- ' 

mg with tbe San Francisco A North Paolflo Rail- 
road Company for Oloverdale and all intermediate 
aUtiona. will leave San Ftoncieoo daily (Sundaya 
ejtcpted), from Front street Wharf, at 2:30 p.m. Bay 

turning, tbe train will leave Oloverdale dally at 
fi:W o'clock A M , connecting at Donanne .ith tte 
ate mar and arrivingin San Fianoisco at 11A0 am. 

i ha steamers and care make close oonneoUoaj 

with stage* to and from all points. 

SUNDAY UCURS'ONS~AT REDUCED RATES. 

Leave Baa Frinolaoo at 8 A. w. every Sundar 
arriving at Glov rdale at 1 o'clock p. m Retaroiog 
will leave Oloverdale at 2 o'clock, arriving In Baa 
Francisco at 7 o'oloo k . This will allow exoar- 
elooiats Beverul boura at am of tbe places aloac 
tbe line of tb* road. For all information apply at 
tbe Company's office, 49« Monftgemery street. 

On and after June 1st, th. Steamer will leave 
: nn Franolsoo at 2 30, P. M. t th. car. will litre 
Olo»erd»le at 6 A. M. _„_ 

a P :8 PETER DONAHUE, Preaident. 

Badger'sGentral^Park, Oakland 



THESE BEAUTIFUL GARDENS ARK NOW 
open tor bhe eeaiou, and maay of the dim 
popular 

FZOsKTZOS 

Wilt ha held there. The attractions are nrnnev 
one. SKAFING PATILION. MU8EUM, GYIC 
N ASIUM. Skating frae on week days. 

AdmU-lon , 8S Ceata 

CHILDREN lO CENTS. aptT tf 



Wlilto Labor Only I 

Employed by the What Cheer Liuudry, 131 
Leideadoiff atreet. • 



'Watches Carefully Repaired 
At 11. A. Oallender'a 62 Second St, cor. Mission 



Photograph 



The W©-w lork 

Galh-ry 
Ho. 35 Third S raet, U again open, with lar- 
ger light*, more room, and all the latest im 
provementa In instrnmr'ntR. Oablnet Bem- 
brandta only $4 per doz -n ; rd BemembrantB 
from J 2 to 18 per dozen. No Ohiounen employ 
ed. B. F. ROWLAND Ta 



A. Real Sensation. 

One or tbe moist eterliog seDsationa of the 
prdsent day is recorded in the Baltimore San 
under the heads of "Matricide at the Break- 
fast Table" "Six Brothers in a Figbt." These 
brothers bore in common the name of Little 
and respectively the given names of Clinton, 
Oolumbus, Gilbert, Wallace, Oscir and 
L-Ycurgua. It appears that these brothers 
commenced shooting at one aoothor at the 
breakfast table, and all of them were sever- 
ely wounded except Wallace. Clinton was 
kill.d by Lycurgua and a shot from bis re- 
volver woundtd MrB. Little fatally. This is 
a first-class sensation bat it would hardly do 
to dramatize; the public would say it was 
"too improbable." 



FIGARO 

IS " HERE, THERE AND EVERYWHERE," 
and is oonetantly meeting a change of readers 
in tbe Theatres, Traveling OoDveyanoea, Hotels, 
and public resorta generally. 



DR. PAUL M. BRENNAN 

Medical Lecturer. Physician 
and Surgeon, 

Dl, PAUL M. IS it EVAN' OP POII.. 

adelphia, has permanently looated in th'seltyfor 
the practice of hia professioo HaviDg t :e superi- 
' r advantage of tbe beet ednoatiou afforded b; tbe 
most learned medical colleges io Earope and 
Amerlcao, and thirteen yearn aucaee;ful practice 
in the principal oitiss of tbe United Btates, 
Qoricg which time be h as lectured before hundreds 
of thoaaaeds of ptrioae, been comulted daily and 
oome in oont-cl with the moet complicated oases 
in life, he is, therefore, mest fitted for the practi- 
cal duties of hia profession t^aiany other man 
without this experience. Tbe Doctor can read 
disease the moment he ooineB in oootaot with bis 
patient, and will desorihe the patient's feelings 
plainly and aou-atsiy without tneiraayinir a word. 
Offlee Houra-9 to 1> and 1 to 7 
87 UDXT63MEKY STJt£BT, 

SAX FBAKOiaCO. 
P. ti.— OorreepondeDoa promptly answered aud 
medioinessent toany part of the Coast if desired 



DR. JORDAN** 

GREAT ANATOMICAL MUSEUI, I 

And Oollence ofttedlclne. 

lrt (\(\(\ BKAOT1FTJL AND IHSTRn(». 
ll/.wV iTe objects to be seen. Open to tha 
Pnblio DAY AND NIGHT, at EUREKA HAU ■ 
8 E8 MontKomery street. FOR MEN ONLY. -- 
wm- Da. JORDAN'S Pbxvatb Oft iok Is at »1 1 
Geary street (opposite old Haohauloe' PsrilionJ. 



DKRENZS 
HERB 

iUTiriiS.. 



The Great Tenlc and Appetizer. For 
Sale Everywhere. my9 lm 



The editor of the Fredericksburg (Va) 
NewB was asked by a stranger "if it was 
possible that ltttle town kept up four Dews- 
pipers," and the reply was. "No it tikts 
fuur newspapers to k»ep up the town." 



Pratt*a Abolition Oil 

Ourea Rheumatism and Neuralgia 3 

eratt'i AboliUon Oil 

Ourea Stiff Joints, Sprains and Bruises. 3-l 



t?reah and Sweet. 

For the beat oonfeotionerT. p9 to Oanty wad 
vyaaXner/s. 107 Montgomery St. near Suttee n 



American Waich«s undClocks 
Io every vaiiaty at Oallender's. 6'i Second St. oor 
Ol Million. 7p 



Corns, Ban I one. Ingrowing: Nails* 
A perfect cure warraated by Albert Bohoen- 

Wfcld, 137 Second atreet. 4-bi 



X>0 JSoZ Suiror lroin Corns. 

The nnfortnnaU f^ifferers from Gems, Bun- 
ion*, Olnb and Ingrowing Nails, oan find instant 
-Mliel by applying at Dr. R. H. Oowan'f Ineti 
tdte, 810 Kearny Btreet, from 1 to 6 p*h. W» 
f"**k from experience, having tested the Doc- 
tor's capability. Befarenoea giTes Ureqnlred. b 



San Francisco J-welrrUanafactory. 
D. W. Laird, 610 Uerobaut street Diamond 
Betting, Euam&llag. All kinds of repairing 
dene. Jewelry for sale- i-p 



After the Taeatres are out 

You should not fall to go and try some excellent 
XaaUm Olam Ouowder at the Hot Sootob, 3S6 
Bnsh Street, their liqaora oanaot hs excelled, the 
ealr Saloon wbere a giod Tom and Jerry or Hot 
PuBOtttaoao be sot, all drioka plain or fanoy 10 
ot ota, go there once and again you will go. B 

Pratt's Abolition Oil. 

The People's Bemedy for all Aches and Pains. 



Oi*eiBioTAm.— Manama uiare Antenla, the 
Clairvoyant Physician and Independent Trace. 
Medium. 333 Kearny atrett, bet. Bnsh and Pine. 
Consultation* In English, Prenob and Gormaa. 

Bound Not to be Beat, 

Is G. Borkhardt's motto. Pine French Calf 
Boots nade to trder irom S8 It $10. A good 
and aatlafaotlon guaranteed. Call at 540 Wash- 
ington street and be convinced, A full assort- 
ment of neatly-made goods always on hand, at 
prices to suit everyone's purse. *.bi 



FIGARO 

faBOULATEg IN THE BEST SOOIETT, 16 
y.nJ'tey'^lnto s^LH^°tJ?S^vj>U I jvbssa>a2> 
^oat of advertising mediums 



GERTRUDE M.iGREGORY 

—OF THE — 

GREGORY TROUPE 

Is reqaeeted to oommanicat* -immediatslj wi*h 
ihe uadar3igoed. By aodoiog'.he will he&raOBie- 
thiDg great y to h -r advaotice, 

J. H. McCAJUli*. lnei'-".~i Itrant. 

j * 10-Im 620^ Washiogton Street. 



FIGARO 



every Theatre in San Pranoiaco. 



Dividend Notice. 

SAVINGS ANuTwN SOCIETY, 

OlDj.OLAY 8TKEET. 

AT A MEETING OP THE BOABD'OF Di- 
rectors held tbis osy, a diviaeod was de- 
dared for the six mo. tba erjdinfrJaDO 30, 1873, o 
□me and six-tenths (9 6-10) per aeot per anonm 
on ALL depositi free of Pedural tax, and payable 
on and after tbe lrith ichi, 

GYRUS W. OARMANY. Oasbfpr. 
San Pranoiaao. July 6th, 1873, jyl(t 2w 



J. C. COMBES, 
TERRAPIN tiTJlVCH,! 

Cor. slecemd and Tehama streets. 

a-Terrapin com tantly On band. I 
Oysters in every stTls, PBTVAtl' 
SUPPER BOOMS FOB. PABTIK8. 1 
dec 31 lm 



CANDIE8. 

IiL KLffDB OE THB FINB8T OArTDX 
made at our Bteam Candy Faotory daily. AB 
lers, eapeoially from tbe oountry, are aolioitad 

OANTY A WAGNER, 
IftT Mr-nwnm*r»»- ner.* Suns' . 



ALHAMBRA LODGING HOUSE 

FINELY FURNISHED ROOMS, 8TJI-I 
sle or in suits, 

Weil UsStad and TaatiUated* 

Unrurnisned Roomji to let. Lodgimj wtsk ' 

ALHAMBRA BUTLDUffl ' 

^o«tf i 



DIVIDEND NOTICE 

Tbe Farmers and Mechanics' Bank 
pf Savings 

Declared a dividend for tbe half year ending 
Jone 30tb, 1873, at the rate of ten per cent per an- 
num on term; eight per o^nt per aonam on class 
one ordinary, and six per oent pj>r annual on clas* 
two ordinary deposits, free of Federal tax, payable 
on and after July 14, 167J. By order 

jyU-lm , G. M. OONDER, Oashier. 



Everybody »uue<5. 

There is no end to the multitade of fashions 
in hats. At " Tm" Bat Store. 647 Washlsgton 
street (second hat store below Kearny), all these 
oxw styles oan he found. The stock Is Immense 
—the prices are reasonable. Every one who 
goes there is sure to be suited. b 



Polslon Oak. 

It is now generally known that tbe aotiye princi- 
ple to wbloh tbe effects ot POISON OAK aredue 
is a violatileacld called by chemists toxioodendrio- 
aoid. It is, however, not so well kno wo tbat DIOK- 
EY'S OKEMR DB LIS ie not only th > beet araila 
able prevent! Mt», bat will also.by it> neutraliaing 
and eootbiDg qualities, greatly relieve all dietren- 
Ing symptoms. 



Alldoscrlptlon of Jewelry 

At the very lowest prices at H. A. Calender's 
r -i Second Street, oor of Mission t p 



Heald'a Bnslness Oollex^e 

Ho. H Post Street affords exoellent fuilitlee 

rpraoUoal ednoatioo of young men. For full 

r» Ionian call att^e College 
.TJadtee, 'Vlsjltlnft car^a. 

Written, eneravfd or printed by Jom p. 
Dwthb. 126 Bntter street, opposite Uok Bouss 
and at , a Grand Hotel. ». B.-iUwdkbb. 

OBHSS SXATXT StABCTTP. PKXlLaVSSHTf Of OVeo 

d*MElpt'9n to order. 



?cMl' AboliUon OIL 

Ouxr>. I nt Back and Paralysis. 



Don't Pay Other People's Dabts. 

Bat buy your furniture and Bedding for cash 
of S t A, Sbaber «fc Oo. 707 Market Street, vho 
gives no one credit, so make no bad debts and 
therefore sell for «m*.ller profits, and less 
prices than any other dealeis In Sin Francis 

CO, X 



FIGARO 

18 DISTRIBUTED EVERY DAY THROUGH \ 
out the centre of the city, in all Hotels, Res- 
taarants. Saloons, S teres and Ofncea. 



FIGARO 

IS OD20ULATBD EVERY DAY ON TBE 
Oakland PerryBoats to catch the passengers 
hit arrive by thegreat Overland Train. 



A. Pleaaant u-ocation. 

Persons desiring casD'ortable lodgings In a 
Oentral loeattott, ihoolC Ttdt the Alhambra, 
and inspect the fine suites of rooms to let there 
The bnUding la a verr fine one and fs well 
lighted and ventilated. « 

The Montgnmerr Avenue 
Tulloring dying sand Clean- 
ing EstabiUhment. 
Ho lfrw Stooktoo Street, opposite Union Sqaare, 
Ladies and gentlemen 'a olothinx of ererydesonp- 
tion, cleaned, dyid. prsesei, altered, and repaired 
in tbebeatmannvr.at prioes to suit the terms— 
writi-n orders promptly attended to. B. Gray. 



FIGARO 



IB HAILED KVBRY DAT TO ALL THE 
Drfnolpal hotri. la OaU(omi», NraSa £d 
Ore, on- ^ti. paper, lalt in in« , hoatre, at ilskt 
bouia gathsnd up aad aavM lor Out aannsaT 



FERNANDEZ & AGUIRRE, 

X'casla.lo-sa.ciyaale 

PATTERS, 

o.329 Kearny Street, 

Bat Baah and Pins, a AN FRANOISOO 

BaU Mad a to Ord. r and Renovated. 
j,7-lm 



A GRANDRAFFLE 

k GEXTLEMAN'S TURNOUT COMPLETE 
-**- on aeoouot of departure. One 5 year old* 
Sorrell Horse (sound and kind, broke single and 
double. Oan trot in 2-4A). 

One new three- fourth baggy, Larkics A Co., 
makers. One tet of new Dnmeaombe Harness, 
Diy and Night Blabkttv, Bobe, Whip, etc., at 

'Rattler's Wine Parlors," 

8U4 BUSH STREET. 

Whtr) tickets on be bad. Turnout can be seen 
at the City Stables. To be raffled on Sati rday 
evening, July Stiub, 1873. jf9td 



"THE VILLA," 

At tbe Hew 

GOLDEN GATE PARK, 

The Building baring jnst been completed, is 
bow thrown open to ttfe public Tha hoaee is els- 
gintlj lurnisbed, aod has - 

•Four Public Parlors, 

— *HD— 

Ten Private During Rooms, 

The whole being built, n*t likes pnblic hotel 
but as it is earned. 

An Elegant Villa. 

"The Villa" ie looated at the last or north-west- 
ern gate of tbe Park. 

Epicurean Breakfasts. Tinners and Suppers, 
prepared on the snort set notice. 

GUDIO MANGEfiBERG- & CO., 

PROPRIETORS. jy-lotf 



A.PTJEK 'MX 

THEATRES ARE OUT 

GOTO THB 

Hot Scotch, 

Batter atreet. Bear JsVemraj, 
And try one of their 

Hot Scotch's or Tom k Jerrj'i 

All r>rinlfsj Ten Oent* I 

mil tf JOS. D. BBIGG8. Proprietor. 



BOKER'S BITTERS. 

THE TJNDEBSIG1VBD IS BOLE AGIrTT 
O&lifoJoia, for tbe sale of tbe abCTS asls- 



prepared to deal srnh 
Merobants and Jobbers on the most reassaSMl 



brat«d Bltt-rs. He is 



GEORGE MAX 

nBAJLEB'TJT OYSTER'S. OLA*__ 
andail kinds of SHELL PISH, 
BUllsWos. 4», 41, 4*. OaUfersda 
Market, entrance on California atreet. 

Fabric or private parties aad families suppUsi 
from « A.M. to 13 p. s. Ladies' and Gentisaasa* 
va from 6 a.**. telSp* - 4*37 If 



:si 



YY UR_YY UB 

If U bi yure SHIBTd at No. 3 
4 knstomers B alwat> sulttd thar 
"Wiib the prrsls tha oel tbsre underwsr 
And evrl thing In the Famishing line 
TJ kan git your munnee w or th evrl time 
Toilet articles 2 of everl kind 
Just trl them once and bare in mind 
t the Old Btand 3 and Bt 
bl at rr.Bls that kant B Beet. 

BENEDICT A CO. 



,V 



OYSTEE GEOTTO 

A clean aud raapcctable Oyster 
House fitted up purposely for Ladles' 

428 PINE STREET, 

Above tha California Market, between Kearny aod 
Montgomery Streets. 

A. W. UANNENG, Proprietor. 
jelVlns 



MORACHAN& LYNCH, 

DEALERS IN 



iiuiunoi uuaaia oli>i ail awuus 
of Shell Pish, Stall 68 Ualifornlal 
Market. San Pranciaoo. Open Day 
and Night. Families, Pnblio and Pri- 
vate Parties, Hotels, Shipping and 



Restaurants supplied. 



%» 



jit-lsa 



Best Rustic Window Shades 

IN TH E W ORLD 

Plooser Piotory, 413 Mission Street, be twee) 
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