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San Francisco Morning Call (Newspaper) - March 12, 1894, San Francisco, California Short of hares. Their Lack spoils sport at Newark. 50me exciting courses. The Santa Clara wonder keeps up his record. First two prizes divided. A Well attended meeting at Ocean View and Good matches. The Day Ideal. Beautiful As was the Day and splendid As was the Newark grounds for a nursing yesterday it cannot be said that the finish of Faa big meeting was a Success. During the Forenoon the sport was All that could be desired. Some capital courses were run and the crowd of spectators was if anything lamer than on the previous sunday but during the afternoon the hares became scarce and those that were found gave anything but satisfactory trials. Indeed it was eventually found necessary to Divide the first and second Money be tween five of the dogs As there was not a sufficient number of hares of any kind in tee Fields. This caused considerable grumbling among Many of the sportsmen and tie officers of the club came in for some Sharp criticism and especially was this tie Case among those who kept their dogs in train in during the week for the Consolation stake at considerable expense. Mistakes and disappointments will happen of course to the most careful but such a one As this no club can afford to commit a Sec Ond time hence it is hoped that the san Francisco club which has done hitherto so Well will not again be caught napping. The sport commenced with depend on me Aud while Cloud. The latter got the Best of the run up and then commenced As Fine a piece of work at a nursing As Ever seen but As he would depend on me could not drive out the Bitch though the Black and White made some efforts but the Cloud outdid him All round. Shortstop Ami John Mitchi Elshad a pretty run to the Hare Mitchell holding his own Well up to the time the Hare favored Short Stop who ran in killed and won. Skyrocket and Jack Dempsey had a great course. The former evidently was determined to retrieve the laurels he lost a month ago with Jack he finally turned the tables completely by giving him a drubbing. Barney f and Maggie m had a great spin to a living Hare Barney having the Best of it up to the game. Both dogs worked cleverly but Barney evidently won a Ereat course witha Little to spare. Wee Lassie had a Short run with Mary Ann. The former outpaced her to the Hare and after one or two turns killed and won. Gile simply ran away from Dusty Bob winning easily. Dash Way ran a Bye with flashlight and he went nut a favorite at 4 to 1, but on being slipped the latter flew Oil Lenin blips in splendid style and led dash away two lengths to the Hare and Attar Good run took the turns and drove for two or three Sharp Points before his opponent got in. Then went to work with a will and after some Clever work by both dogs the latter out worked the former Aud got the verdict. It was a very Fine course. In the third round lass beat Regent with comparative ease. Long Viiu and Occidental had a Good course but John was too much for him and won. A earless beat Garry Wen Ina Canter. White Cloud beat shortstop in a comparatively Short course to Bongo be bad the run up by about a head. Skyrocket and Jarney f were sent after n Fairish Good Hare but the old dog was in great form and As full of vim As Ever. He seemed to be fit aug from thus like a bul Jet Good fast a dog As Learney f is he could it puce it with the Santa Clara wonder lie drove for the game two lengths to the Good of his opponent and turned puss to the Fence were Lia Ruev shot in but pocket shouldered him off turned and killed Aud of course won. Wee Lassie too ran in Tine form during the Day. Add in this trial gave that very fast dog dash away a taste of what Eha can do when brought lit and Well to the slips. She beat bin All round. A Gilezan a Bye with Twilight who beat him Wellin a Nice course. Long John and Gase were looked upon is about equal As both dogs ran All their courses in great style. John beat him in the run up clearly by a length and Gase killed and lost. Fearless and White Cloud had Woun decl eds and then were sent to the kennels to rest. Skyrocket beat give in a decided Man Ner after Inice trial and thus the second of the Sacramento dogs fell. Wee Lassie ran a Bye. Another Hare could not Bufond in the ii id so the stake first and second Inone was divided Between sky rocket wee Lap in. Fearless White Colini and Long John $39 no each and Gile and asst took Fly each. The following is the result of tue run Ding first s Marvelm a Bye j. Ferr go s Jim Corbett drawn j. Mediation share Beur a. Shannon s a Tutor Healey Cagan s Legent beat 1. D. Roche s Mountain baie. T. Cooney s Queen Bess Bear t.-.1.crodln s Jenny a r. K. Tie u. Lopez Wara Tak beat t. A Aram s lady Foster Nan s Long John beat . ii flu s Quick j. Byrne s Occidental Bent p. Reilly s loll along. T. A. Cronin a Dolly dimple beat .1. Of sea s Salta or j. Flaherty s cinder ran a Ilye Cooma sch lost train a o idea s fearless boat Healy Kazan s expert 11.hull s Frisco Hoy beat l my Kiuon s flashlight j. Buckley s Garryowen beat a. .1. Kid Zioutis dark jus tic t. J. Cronin s depend of me beat d. 1. Jolo be s Dan a s. s White Cloud beat j. Ii. J Errigo s Longfellow i. Curtis abort top beat 11. Mcracken Twilight skyrocket beat a. Byrnes ,1. s John Mitchell beat j. J. Edmonds Vida Shaw . Cron Iii s Jack Dempsey beat v. Mullen so. Perrin s wee Lassie beat s Dexter p. Tiernan s Mary Ann beat p. W. Murphy s , j. s Gale beat e. Geary s \u25a0 electric j. S duty Bob beat m. Kerrigan s Natty m. Kerrigan s dash away beat a b. De b. Lopez s Wattle Bloom. Second round gaze beat marvelous repent beat Queen Bess. Look John beat beat Dotty dimple fearless beat Sneler Garryowen beat Fri co boy White Cloud beat depend on me,.shortstop beat John i Mitchell. Skyrocket Bear Jack de Nosey Siarny beat Mannio a wee Lassie beat Alary Ann. Gale beat Dusty Bob. A Slipway ran ii Bye. Third round gaze beat Regent Long John beat Occidental fearless beat Garryowen White Cloud beat shortstop skyrocket Bea Barny f. Wee Lassie beat dash away Ulle ran a Bye. Fourth round Long John beat gaze. Fear Jess White Cloud undecided. Skyrocket beat Gale wee Lassie ran a Bye. Stake divided. Or. Curtis gave out that skyrocket ill not again appear on the coursing retires crowned with laurels the greatest dog possibly Ever bred. I America. At Ocean View. Only three hares escape in a Long Day s coursing. Pat Canavan who keeps the seven Miles Ostler at Ocean View says be May no be Able to furnish a first class Glove con test for the Benefit of Bis sunday visitors but be can provide them witha fair Day s coursing. "\u25a0 the coursing at Ocean views Apt to be Little Uncertain but yesterday s sport was decidedly above the average. No fault could be found with the weather and the hares proved Strong and game. In a Day s sport of fifteen decided courses and a number of no goes univ three hares failed to escape destruction. This to course a remarkable average in a coursing Park of Inch dimensions and the natural Conse Quence was that Long and exciting courses Cave the assembled sportsmen Good value for their Money. The Day s programme consisted of a six teen dog stake a Nice was to have been run off on the previous sunday had not a so called exhibition of the Manly Art interfered. In the first round some rather no Able surprises turned up. Koa master won the first Courso against big Odds As 0 a Dos. Meanwhile Caravau has retired from Active interest in the prize ring. The Board of Erin acts. Arrangements made for St. Patrick s Day Celebration. P. Corrigan presided at a meeting of the Board of in federation yester Day afternoon at which the Celebration of St. Patrick s Day . Thomas Walsh acted As Secretary. Twas decided to engage two carriages fir state Aud county Ollie on the Jay of the Parade. A general meeting of the Fth cers and members of Tho Buard of Krin willbe held to Morrow evening to further discuss the arrangements. On the evening of St. Patrick s Day the ancient order of hibernian wiil give its Twenty tilth annual Ball. It will Lake Pla Emli Naili Ritli Hall. The proceeds will be devoted to the Benefit of the us employed. International composers. The Vienna Prater concert on tues Day evening next. The Vienna prayer orchestra Voder the leadership of court director Fritz Scheel. Will give its first grand International composer night at Kaiser Franz Joseph halt at the midwinter fair of tuesday evening 13th inst. The programme will include selections from America France. Italy Austria England Scandinavia Germany Hungary Ireland Spain and Russia and the vim production of the Vienna Prater in Rob by Hochstaedter. The Imperial Fiu Gelhorn soloist Herr Franz hell will play for the first time the Beautiful italian Romance "011 a Stella confident by Rossini. Say. Girl Ryou want to fool that Best fellow just ask Tim to rive Yon Bis package of White s Yucatan \u25a0\u25a0urn. When be asks you to be excused ror a moment Between acts. See t crazed by work. An Oakland Man sent to a Napa Asylum. Services at the churches sex president Harrison s former pastor preaches. A Large congregation listens courthouse corridors daily crowded with professional jurors other items of interest. . Assistant Jailer Lane took Nathan , the confidential employee of the firm of Holbrook Merrill Stetson of san Francisco to Clark s private insane As Luiu at Stockton yesterday afternoon. Or. Lenoir lived at fifth and Brush streets in this City where the police found him saturday Momma violently insane. The unfortunate Man s present mental condition is a result of Over application to work. His family indignantly denies that any Domestic unpleasantness existed. I or. Lenoir s son informed a Call re Porter yesterday that his father bad been so Busy that he had not had time to sleep for the two nights preceding his attack of insanity. Four years Aco or. Lenoir was similarly affected and was committed to n for 1 treatment. Itis believed that had he de voted himself less arduously to Bis work his mind would not have Given away a Sec Ond time. At the Cli Urchea. Rev. Cd 11. Lobart of the first Baptist Church delivered an Able address at bit Church last night on the singular subject Bottom fact in religion or no god one \u25a0 god Many gods or everything this was the second in the series on the foundations of key. 1. S. Can tone l of the first m. E. Church at san Jose occupied the pulpit of the . Church of this City both morning Ami evening yesterday. A. M. Bradley preached for enough at the t universalist Church yesterday morning. His subject was How to key. Samuel Hirst s pulpit at the thirty fourth treat m. K. Church was tilled by . R. A Lle in the morning. Captain James a. Sherman of Colton spoke for the Pilgrim congregational Church in the upper y. M. C. A. Hall morning Aud evening. An interesting service of songs and Short i addresses was conducted by key. 11. 11. Kice and mrs. I. at the second i presbyterian Church Las night. The subject was foreign an inter i Esting feature was the singing by a choir of chinese christians. Miss Hosmer s Queen Isabella statue or a lesson in tolerance for jew an protestant was the subject discussed Byj -v.c. W. Wendte at the first unitarian Church yesterday morning. In the even ing he gave an interesting account of now he spent his sundays while in Paris. After easter or. Wendte proposes to inaugurate a series of practical sunday evening lectures to Young men and women i to be Given by a number of prominent speakers. The archbishop presided. One of the most affecting ceremonies that has Ever been witnessed in the Church of the immaculate Conception in this City took place yesterday afternoon when the rite of confirmation was administered at one time to Over 200 applicants. The exercises were rendered doubly impressive by the i presence and participation of archbishop Riordan. The music was was Superb Aud the attendance was the largest seen at this Church for Many Days. I Rofe Asiona juror. The corridors of the courthouse in this City Are overrun every Day witha crowd of men who Are neither More nor less than professional juror. The method of sum Moning special jurors when the regular panel has been exhausted has become so regular a proceeding thai the loafers Are recognizing in Ita source of easy Revenue. When a judge hands a Bailiff an order for a special venire with instructions to re turn a dozen or More named in ten or fifteen minute the Nelv recourse the poor Bailiff Lias is to seize upon the first Man available. Knowing this to be the Case the courthouse longer is at once a willing victim and proceeds to serve the Law in a manner that threatens to degrade Itin Toa travesty.c3mb Harrison i Ait air. Key. Or. M. of Indianapolis the pastor of the Church to which sex presi Dent Harrison belong preached for Rev. Or. Coyle at the first presbyterian Church yesterday morning. Or. Haines. Who was a College Friend of or. Coyle is on the i coast with the sex president s party lie will return East with them. Or. Hairett address was practical and forcibly delivered. He emphasized the Ide of asking divine help for each Day and each emergency As i came not Antici Pating the future. His text and they gathered manna Day by indicated 1 the line of thought that was Church building was thronged to the doors with people curious to see the Man who can boast of so distinguished a parishioner. An abandoned infant. A coloured baby 15 Mouths old was found in the Berkeley station yesterday afternoon. The tiny Waif was brought in to Oakland by a Man named Gregory and taken to the City prison. The police authorities were astonished and sent itto the county jail. The sheriff s men in turn do snatched the Little visitor to lie West Oakland Home where it remains. The baby was sick but nobody was sure what led it. Almost nothing is known about the unheralded Advent of the child. Two coloured women Are said to have entered the Berkeley station just previous to the discovery of the baby and after making a pretence of pricing tickets to have left suddenly. They Are suspected of having left the child. In rage their prize. There is a War on now Between gather ers of refuse in this City. The italians who have monopolized this Industry for years have been rudely awakened from their dreams of Security by the presence of an other Richmond in the Field. A number of men about town have organized into a company to Issue with the italians. They Are extremely sagacious and have come out with Nice Green carts have called themselves a sanitary organization and Promise to build a crematory to Burn the refuse they collect. The italians have banded together and have issued a manifesto to the Public Call ing these men gentlemen and inferring that they Are lying about the Light is becoming interesting. Where irem Liv " w i. About two weeks ago the newspapers of this City ran startling headlines announcing the flight tit Dames i Louin every where known As French proprietor of t be lie Limont stables at 806 Broadway. It was whispered about town that the livery stable Man bad run up Large Bills in dozen different quarters Ami his creditors were pitied. Conjectures located him variously in every slate of the Union and one Man even wagered that he was in Canada. It now develops that All the time frenchy was at Home in bed. He says be was sick and that the reports about him were false. Berkeley. Residents of Berkeley were Well acquainted with airs. Caroline Whitney or rather with the lady who now bears that name and who recently deserted her child Innice. Two years ago she appeared at the House on Dwight Way of her Parent or. Anil mrs. Frederick Wittram now residing at 2319 California Street Sanfrancisco. Or. Whitney was the eldest daughter and was then said to be married to a wealthy englishman. She appeared with her son. A Little boy and thereafter ensued some stir in the family which culminated in police court notoriety. Mrs. Wit Irnen accused her father and son of Battery and her daughter. Mrs.\u25a0whitney, of stealing her jewelry. Nothing came of the family trouble except the arrest Obj father and son. And the lining of the latter$25. Mrs. Whitney is a grand daughter of counsellor Alfred Clarke. Froff Leflor Karnard a offer professor k. E. Barnard of lick Observatory will lecture before the students on celestial photography next week. As the Ovid Musin will give its concert under the auspices of the Athen Mim on Theis professor Leuschun will change the astronomy lecture of or. Barnard from wednesday to tuesday or thursday evening. The petition to professor barn Ard requesting him to remain at the Observatory and. Expressing a desire that he Overlook any immediate influence that would tend to make him desire to leave the Observatory is now being rapidly signed there being some 250 signatures already on it. As vet professor Barnard has not received official notification of his offer from Chicago University but it is known that arrangements Are being made at the Chicago Observatory to give him a special department for the study of comets. run fir depart the honorary members of the Lorin fire department met Friday evening at Lorin Hall and completed their organization. The company will consist of All those paying monthly subscription toward the erection of an engine Bouse. J. S. Crew was elected president Charles Steuben Rauch Secretary and or. Lander treasurer. Lecture at Unity Hall. B. B. Nagar Kar delivered a most inter Esting lecture on the Brahma Soma last thursday evening at Unity Hall in which the Central ideas of this new Indian religion were set Forth. This religion is More closely Allied to Chris vanity than any of the Hindoo religions. Unlike the Otherl indo faiths it has for its fundamental principle the Conception of a personal deity. How Corbett did it. He explains the development of his half Arm method. Considerable interest is being taken in Champion Jim Corbett a Lamour Haf arum Imi Icli we Ipoh was so successfully Putin action during hit late encounter with Mitchell. Writing of ibis feature to the new or leans tinier Democrat Jim says Over Liis own signature very Early idly career found that could get my Winch in most rapidly by starting it from a half aim position thai is with the elbows not drawn Back past the ribs. Suppose two men Are boxing. John Doe hits inthe old style drawing Back Lis fist and launching i out with All his body weigh behind it. Jcu Ardroe. Let us say starts tits blow without drawing Back his list. Whose blow Tiodula get there Hist thinly the one that has least distance to go. Liis the blow that gets there first thatdues the business. Soon found that while this blow was very successful in reaching its Mark there was not steam enough lit itto suit. Undoubtedly there was some of the weight of the body Beindit or in boxing stand with my feet closer together than most men and throw the body Forward even la delivering the Short blow. How was that punch to be made heavier i consulted a specialist professor Attilla and snowed him the Way hit he studied it thoroughly and examined the Muscles called int play. He decided that the thine to do was to develop the lower part of the forearm. There upon he told me to grasp a air of , turn the lists Over so that the Knuckles come Foremost As they do in striking dress the elbows close to the ribs then raise and lower the dumbbells As far As possible. Two minutes of that sort of thing was enough at first. By and by could stand to for ten. That hair Arm punch has grown at least so per cent heavier than i used to be. Inn constantly studying new tactics to worry an antagonist that has a great effect upon him. Cut out the Pace and make him feel that be has met Bis master. It helps you and top presses dim. Men in the fighting business study each other very thoroughly. In the training at Mayport had Creedon and Donaldson As Many of Mitchell s tricks As possible. He was Likely to infighting. We had lots of it and plenty of wrestling. It is impossible though Toplan out a Battle step by step la Advance. The fight with Mitchell was on an entirely different plan from the fight with Sullivan. The Battle wit Jackson willbe on still another scale. James j. Corbett. Bib Abb % co., druggists 406-8 City. Dentist robbed. He is the victim of a Hack Driver. Or. W. P. Mexon of san Jose fights hard in order to retain his pension Money. Or. W. P. Mexon a dentist in son Jose and an old Soldier came to the City on Friday to get his pension warrant cashed and went out to take in the sights at the midwinter fair. He spent the afternoon and night there and then thought he would take in the fake shows and dead Falls on d Street. After the excitement of the shows was Over he to patronize the saloons and swallowed More whisky than was Good for him. Between 8 and 4 o clock in the morning he engaged a Hack to take him to sixth and Market streets. The Hackman Thomas Gagon charged him is 50. As soon As Meyou got seated in the Hack he fell asleep and was wakened by Gagon Gong through his pockets at the Corner of Grove and Broderick streets where Magoo had pulled up. Mexon showed fight and in the struggle they got out of the Hack onto the sidewalk. Mexon yelled Lor help and his cries vere heard by w. N. Snow and his wife who live on the Corner. Snow pulled open his front window and on looking out saw the two men Strug gling on the sidewalk lie pulled on his pantaloons and ran do Mudra when Gagon saw him lie jumped on his Hack and covered the Hack number Wethli Island but not before Snow saw it was no. To. That s All right Young Fremow said Snow i be got your Wei replied Jagon us he drove off i you want me you will find me at my stand of the Corner of Alice and Taylor there is no met stand. Sni w Tonk Mexon who had been pretty roughly handled upstairs to Aud washed the blood from i is face and arranged his clothing. Mexon told him he Hail been robbed of $4.". He would not remain at Snow s All night but insisted upon going downtown. He had not gone far when he was picked up by a Milkman who drove him along till they met a Pollyp Man and the officer took him to Tho receiving Hospital. Tie doctors did nut know what to make of his Case but put him to bed and marked opposite his name on the Register he is still in the Hospital. Of saturday afternoon or. Snow re ported the robbery at police Headquarters and detectives Gibson Aud Cooley were detailed of the Case. They found Gacon on Deary Street last evening and took him to the City prison where he was booked on the charge of robbery. Gagon s brother owned the Hack but As he was sick on Friday Tom Droyal i for him. It was the first occasion he he driven a Hack and when Mexon changed a s-0 Gold piece to pay for the drinks before they started from Street he thought he would make Hay while the Sun St. Andrews brotherhood Irand rally in Honor of councilor James Johnson. A grand rally of All the chapters of the various parishes of the order of the brotherhood of St. Andrews was held in Jolden Gate Hall on Cutter Street last evening. The occasion was a Welcome extended to Lames Johnson chief councilor of the brotherhood for Washington and Oregon who is at present stopping in the City. The brotherhood of St. Andrews is a society for Young men of the episcopal Church with an object similar to that of Ali Young men s Christian association. Tie Short prayer by vices last night were conducted by lev. Georee k. Walk Rector of Trinity episcopal thur ii after which he introduced or. visiting councilor exhorted the members to stand firm together in their purpose to do Good As by working together much better results would be obtained. On tuesday evening next another meet ing of the associated chapters of the Vari puh parishes wiil be held in Hie cilia pro of Trinity episcopal Church which will de for Young men Only. The . Bishop Nichols will address the meeting on Tho work in which the brotherhood is now engaged after which or. Johnson wills Deak. Mill s �. Perter of fort Wayne ind. Accompanied by his brother. Charlus j. I Erter of Geneva lnu., both Large carded or Are in tie City guests of the califor Nia. 8 the morning Call san Francisco monday. March 12, 1894. Proposals. Chalk proposals for the following work and materials Willie Recel Ted by the Hoard of new dry Hall commissioners in the chamber of the Hoard or supervisors. Satur i a april Ai. 1894. Between the hours of 10and 11o clock a. M. Contract no. Of for certain alterations to remade on the first second and third floors or thes \. Wine and sundry other work to de per formed throughout the new City Hall embracing the following items uric work hollow tile steel plastering. Interior finishing and miscellaneous is hereby made to the plans specifications and conditions of contract in the office of the Secretary and architect under which thu wort must lie done. The Secretary will furnish Blank rooms of proposals to intending bidders and no bid will be entertained unless Mads upon Blanks so furnished and unless Maiuu is accompanied with a certified Check for ten 10 per cent of the total sum or tender. The Board reserves the right to reject any or All payments willbe made by audited demands on the Treasury drawn Cali is the new City Hall l. K. Al Kiktjew h. T. Akk swim -2 William or new City Hall commissioners f j. J. Mccarthy. Secretary. \u25a0 150parker, e. L., trustee 60684 35 8 75 Parker. E. L.,trustee 60561 60 12 60parsons. I.,trustee 41927 100 25 00parsons, h.8 trustee 60613 55 13 75 Rehfisch co., trus ba1. .58459 23 6 75rehtisch & co. Trustees. S9437 100 25 00 co. Trustees. S99sb 00 12 50 keh3cb & co., trustees. 6oo3l 50 12 so Behnsch & co., trustees. 6olt�o 100 j6 00 Reuf sch co. Trustees. 6o3lb 100 26 00 Keh Fletch co. Trustees. 6o32u 50 12 60 Rehfisch co., trustees. 6os4s 100 25 00 Rehfisch co., trustees. 6o69 100 25 00 Rehfisch & co. Trustees. Og67 100 25 00 Kef sch a co trustees. .6obl2 200 25 00 Reh Floh & co., trustees. Oob24 100 25 00 Relli Icli a co. Trustees. u 100 25 00 Rolph. James trustee ba1. 627716 uproot Geo. 8., trustee. 60327 20 500 Root Ueo. Trustee. 001572 60 la 50 staur & Cooper. Trustees. S99b7 60. 12 50tnrubull, Joun. Trustee. 000 25 6 25 Turnbull. John. Trustee 53011 20 6 00turnbull, John trba1 53713 7 175 Turnbull John tr., bal 53714 7 175 Turnbull. John. Trial. .53715 7 175 Turnbull. John. Tr.,bal. .53716 7 .175turnbull, John tr.,bal 53717 7 ,175 Turnbull John trial 538u3 49 12 26turnbull, John. Tr., bal 53984 5 120 Turnbull. John tr., 54475 38 950 Turnbull. John tru5tee 54573 6 125 Turnbull John. Trustee 54574 35 625 Turnbull. John trustee. 65993 .60 12 60turnbull,John. Trustee. G6of 50 12 50rurnbull. John trustee 67198 100-26 00 Turnbull. John trustee. 6suo j 50 12 50 Tobin. R. C. Trustee 5i485 100 25 00van wyct.., trustee. S972o 60 12 50 Van to Csc ,. Trustee. S9bl9 60 12 50waken eld. 8. B. Co. 50402 100 25 00 Wright w. H.,trustee 69985 100 35 00whltely,t.co., trustees.s7bo3 100 25 00 Whitely to. A co., trustees.s76o4 100 25 00whitely. T.co., trustees. 57607 25 6 25 Whitely to. &co., trustees.sb4bl .50 12 50 Zadig Wollberg co., .48744 60 12 60 Zadig a rollers co., .6o7t 2 100 25 00 \ and in accordance with Law and an order of the Board of trustees made on the 17th Day or Janu Ary. 1394, so Many shares or each parcel of such Stock As May be necessary will be sold at Public auction at the office of the company room 15, Nevada Block 309 Montgomery St. San fraaciscocal.". On monday ithe 12th Day or March. 1894. At the hour of1o clock p. M. Of said Day to pay said delinquent assessment thereon together with costs of advertising and expenses of the Sale. E. Parker,Secretary. Once room 15. Nevada Block,309 Montgom Ery St. San Francisco. it week s net for 5 Croni s the weekly Call in wrapper for mailing. dealer offers w. 1 Douglas shoes at reduced Price or says lie has them without name stamped of Bottom Pat him Down As a fraud. s3 shoe the kid. W. I Douglas shoes Are ,easy it ting and give better satisfaction at the prices advertised than any other make. one pair and be convinced. The stamping of Ouge name and Price on the Bottom which guarantees their value saves thousands of dollars annually to those who Wear them. Dealers who push the Sale of Douglas shoes gain customers which helps to increase the sales on their of oods. They ran Fafford to sell at a less , and we believe Youcan save Money by buying Tailyour footwear of the dealer advertised free upon application. Add Rosa w. Lou virus Toai exit a. Sold pc Ros. 777777 127? fourth . Katschinski .0 third St r. Paul 324kearnyst. 2149 Mission St. Smith s Gash store 418 front St Donovan -1412 Stockton Malmo Wear s to the original and genuine Worcestershire sauce imparts the most delicious taste and zest to extract Ofa letter from gym soups a medical �\u25a0 gentleman a gravies at Madras to his brother at i fish Worcester a May 1851. I hot & cold " fell Lea & if,1% Perrins that i meats their sauce is sys s a highly esteem Tolj is ,and is Isiom opinion in Rae Welsh the most pal wet Kami table As Well a Mph Rarebit As the most Ujj Sassy wholesome Kim a sauce that is to beware of imitations see that you get Lea & Perrins a by Bess " if signature on every bottle of the original and genuine. John Duncan s sons new York. \u25a0. Jyl2mo of printing press for Sale a Taylor 3-revolution double Cylinder press in Coop order. Size of bed 57x40 inches. In to the thin for a country newspaper. Willbe sold cheap for Cash. For further Pir tic Lars apply to bulletin office or address . 0. Box 2528. My27 to Palace hotel Mph Palace hotel occupies an Estir Babcock la the Center of san Francisco. Itis the1 Model hotel of the world. Fire and earthquake proof. Hts nine elevators. Ersery room is Large Light and airy. The ten Ella ton is perfect. A theand closet adjoined by room. Ballrooms Are easy of a Cess from Broad Light corridors. The Central ourt. Illuminated by electric immense\u25a0lap roof Broad balconies Carriage War and tron Teal plants Are features hitherto unknown in Amer ican hotels. Guests Otey talked neither the. Amei lean or european plan. The restaurant a theft Nesella the City secure rooms la Advance by to i Mph no. The i Aiace hotel1 % \u25a0. Fraacisco. Cal a miscellaneous. New running Bona fide of ladies cloaks and and children s suits damaged Only slightly in the terrible Golden Rule Bazaar fire All at must be sold prices. Come and look at the Price tags before you condemn this Sale. 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