["he Pacific Sportsman's Club.— Last evening the Pacific Sportsman's Club of this city dedicated their new club room, at 915 Fifth street, between I and J. The club has a membership of 22, many of whom are expert shots. The officers arc: Rudolph Pedlar, President ; John Bronner, Secretary; Charles Flohr. Treasurer, and .lames Parrott, Captain. Their club room i- large, commodious and handsomely appointed. The walls arc hung with pictures representing field sports, and last evening were decorated with flowers and evergreens. A table extended the length of the hall. upon which was an abundance of choice edibles and several very handsome floral pieces. A large number of the members of the Forester Gun Club were present as invited guests. The President, Mr. Pedlar, made an address of welcome, which was responded to in fitting term.- by the President of the Foresters, J. W. Todd. Ernest Worrell, of the Pacifies, and County Clerk Hamilton, of the Foresters, were called ' it. and responded in neat and well-timed speeches. From remarks made by representatives of the clubs it was apparent that they have fully determined to see to it that all persons who violate the game law shall be arrested and punished, whenever proof of the same can be obtained. Many amusing stories and anecdotes were told, and the festivities lasted until a late hour.