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BOTH REPUBLICANS
PREDICT SUCCESS,
W. E. Arthur and J. C.
Lynch on the Political
Outlook.
LEADERS ARE CONFIDENT
Convention Chairman and Future
Lieutenant • Governor
Concur.
IT WILL BE A WALKOVER.
Tribute to Mr. Spreckels for His
Work— Democrats Will Try to
Get the Legislature.
J. C. Lynch of San Bernardino County,
who has been nominated by the Republi
cans of California for Lieutenant-Gov
ernor, will leave for his home to-day. Mr.
Lynch is very confident of the success of
the Republican principles in this State
and over the Nation.
He is well satisfied with the work of the
State Convention, and believes that wis
dom has been displayed as manifested in
its platform. He does not doubt that the
ticket this fall will be successful.
Mr. Lynch, who is a native of Ohio, and
who spent some time in Chicago before
coming here, has been in California fifteen
years. It is not g nerally known, but is a
fact, that he is the son of the famous Gen
eral John Lynch, of Louisiana, president
ol the Lynch Returning Board. Mr.
Lynch Sr. was a State Senator in Louisi
ana, also chairman of the State Central
Committee for a good many years, and
was also burveyor-Ueneral. lie was dur
ing those years a close political friend of
Governor NVeymouth and other voted Re
publicans.
Mr. Lynch, who has been nominated for
Lieutenant-Governor, has had a steady
ri^e. Only a little while ago he was
elected a member of the Legislature. Then
he was mentioned for Speaker, was
elected, made a record, and a few days ago
at Sacramento was nominated by the Re
publicans for the highest office but one
under the State Government.
Mr. Lynch pays a high tribute to Mr.
Spreckels for his disinterestedness in try
ing to give the people of this City and
State a good government. In a general
way la9t niihtMr. Lynch said:
••lam satisfied that the feeling in Cali
fornia in favor of Republicanism is over
whelming. I am certain, too, that the
last three years have been an object lesson
to the people in favor of protection
stronger than any argument that could be
made.
"I think, too, that the Populist craze is
dying out. In Southern California the
Populists have ceased to cut any particu
lar figure.
"I am sure, too, from what I have ob
served, that a large portion of the usually
Democratic vote will this year be solid for
the Republican party. And in my judg
ment the Republican majority in Cali
fornia will be a surprise to the most san
guine Republicans.
"In niany of tne Southern counties the
Democratic party has almost lost its or
ganization, and is making but feeble
efforts.
"The real efforts of tbe Democrats will
he finally toward getting a majority of the
Legislators. Tney are going to make an
effort to capture the next United States
Senator. And tney are making this effort
with some degree of confidence. This I
know. They nope to win votes on little
side issues, and to catch votes from those
who may feel disaffected.
"I think the Republican party as a whole
understands and appreciates fully the dis
interestedness of Mr. Spreckels. He is the
recognized leader, and is a gentleman who
is doing a good deal for the State. As to
National politics, there is no question but
the man who is nominated at St. Louis
will be triumphantly elected. We have
Hon. W. E. Arthur of Pasadena, Chairman of the Recent Republican State Convention.
Hon. J. C. Lynch, Republican Nominee lor Lieutenant-Governor, Who Gives His Views on State and
National Politics.
[Sketched from life by a "Call" artist.]
had enough of Democracy as it has been I
dealt out to us for the last three or four
years. We want protection to our inter
ests and a Government that will bring
back the old prosperity always found
| under a Republican administration."
W. E. Arthur, chairman of the recent
Republican State Convention at Sacra
mento, who is at the Palace, yesterday ex
pressed his satisfaction at the work of the
convention and confidence ad to the ulti
mate victory of the party.
"I have seen some criticisms," he said,
| "that portrayed the convention as ap
pathetic, and the men comprising it as
lacking interest. There could have been
Ino statement farther from the truth. I
believe that a man, or an aggregation of
men, may have so deep an interest in a
thing, that words may seem useless.
"Men may be so severely in earnest that
they may seem absolutely indifferent.
But I can assure any, who have believed
otherwise, that the delegates to the State
Convention were not cold; they \*ere dead
in earnest.
"It was a convention of men who had
positive convictions. They knew what
they wanted, and were going to have it.
There was no need of any flapdoodle
I speeches, or any attempt to pull feathers
out of the eagle's tail.
"One of the most notable things was the
unanimity with which the report of the
committee on credentials was accepted.
It showed that there was the strongest
| confidence in the men comprising the
committee.
•'These were men in fact among the
ablest in the State. They had been chosen
I with care. They executed their trust well
and had the confidence of their co-workers
in Republicanism.
"Another thing the convention did and
that was that it emphasised its repudia
tion of the appointment of delegates by
[A study from life by a "Call" staff artist.)
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, SUNDAY, MAY 10, 1896.
committees.
"What of the outlook for a victory?"
"It will be a walkover."
"In Pasadena, my town, at least ten per
cent of the prominent Democrats — there
are not very many of them — have long
since announced that they will support
the Republican ticket.
"Besides this, all over Southern Califor
nia the Democratic defection is great.
"It is above and beyond all question that
California is Republican, and I think al!
Republicans see and understand that they
must lake their National policy from the
National platform. There is no doubt
about that. We may desire certain things
locally, bat when the National Conven
tion has voiced the belief of the great
party which has now so many victories,
by its platforms, that platiorm will guide
all true Republicans.
FACED THE HUSBAND.
Bastian, Who Ruined Mri. Kline's Life,
Tells His Story to tbe
Coroner.
The peculiar spectacle of the destroyer
of a once happy home announcing in tbe
present I ** of the man whose happiness he
had wrecked that his evil influence had
brought about the family disruption was
i witnessed at the Coroner's office yesterday
during the inquest on the body of Mrs.
Mac Kline, who committed suicide on
May 3, at 518 Geary street, by sending a
bullet through her brain.
Thomas C. Holden, tbe divorced hus
band of the suicide, was placed on the
stand. In a plain, blunt way he told how
one A. C. Bastian had enticed his wife,
and later caused her to leave him. "The
deceased was taken ill some two years ago,
and, thinking she was dying, had con
fessed all to him." Holden then stated
that he had given nis wife a regular
monthly allowance from the day of the
separation to the time of her death.
During the recital of this story Bastian
brought down the wrath of the Coroner on
his head by laughing outright. "Do you
think it Is funny to hear this witness tell
ing of his sorrows?" Said Coroner Haw
kins. "We will put you in jail and col
you off." After that the young fellow was
as quiet as a church mouse.
Bastian was then placed on the witness
stand. He endeavored to throw the whole
blame of Mrs. Kline's affection for him
and his for her on the husband. He said
Holden bad often \ent him with his wife
to places of amusement and one time in
sisted on his accompanying her to Peta
luma. ".".-V,
The jury, after a few moments' delibera
tion, returned the following verdict:
We, the jurors of the inquest of Mrs. Mac
Kline, find that she came to her death by her
own hands through despondency caused by
unrequited love and by a letter received from
one Fred Bastian and the jury censures him
for his actions.
» * — » -
Military Priionera En Koutf.
Corporals J. S. Cunningham and John H.
Price of the Fourteenth Infantry, Vancouver
Barracks, Washington, brought down seven
prisoners for Alcatraz. The following were
tried and sentenced at Fort Sherman, Idaho.
They were members of the Fourth Infantry
band and were convicted of desertion and
laroeny:
John J. Hughes, five years; J. Bersee. four
yenrb; W. Kurz, three years; J. Kygard, two
years.
Frank G. Afflick was tried at Vancouver,
Wash., for desertion and larceny and sen
tenced to three and a half years' imprison
ment. AfHicklsa graduate of Harvard and
member of Troop F, Fourth Cavalry, Boise
Barracks, Idaho.
J. Rivard of Walla Walla goes for two years
for desertion, and J. Conway of the same place,
for the same offense, will serve two years aud a
half.
The figure of Britannia first appeared
on the copper coins in the reign of Charles
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SPRINGS
TTAVE THE MERITED REPUTATION OF
■M- being one of the wosdkes of the world, and
seekers of pleasure and lovers of sightseeing, as
well as those in search of health, will be well
paid by visiting them.
The Fluent Summer Climate In Cali-
fornia*
LARGE NEW SWIMMING TANK.
A Positive Care far Khetmint Liver,
Kidney and Stomach Troubles.
TERMS £10 TO «13 PEK WEEK.
Two Routes to the Springs, S. P. Co. and
S. F. and N. P. Railway.
Address all correspondence to BARTLETT
SPRINGS COMPANY, 22 Fourth street, S. 9.
PACIFIC CdMESS SPRIGS.
THE LEADING SUMMER and WINTER
KESOKT IN CALIFORNIA.
T OCATKD IX A CANYON OFTHK SANTA
J-i Cruz Mountains. convenient to Han Jose, amid
most enchanting scenery, about 1000 feet above
sea level. No fog. no mosquitoes; all auntiy rooms,
with a frontage of 450 feet south.
Large Double Rooms, With Private
Bathroom*.
PURE SPRING or the celebrated CONGRESS
SPRING MINERAL WATEIt of the alkochaly-
beate class: very valuable for table use, dyspepsia,
liver and kidney troubles, rheumatism, gout, akin
and m-rvou.s affections. Indorsed and j coin-
nit* ruled b." all li'adlnc phvslcla is.
HOTKL. COTTAGES, NEW NATATORITXM.
ALL modern Improvements; electric bells, tele-
phone and telegraph: good stables.
RATES, $10 to $15 per week: only W % hours
from san Francisco, via 8. P. Railroad, write for
particulars. J. V. PFKTCH, Saratoga, Cal.
— hj&~~\ f^e Beautiful
P^«^^ll HOTEL
: **sS^tg* \E\DOME
SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA.
Never did this popular resort look more inviting
than now. Newly painted inside and out. In the
center of its lovely grounds. Conspicuous for its
unexcelled table, service and general appoint-
ments, it Is enjoying deserved patronage and
prosperity.
GEO. P. SNELL, Manager.
"IAPi SODA SPRINGS,
California's Famous Mountain Spa!
Have Yon Been Thbbk Lately?
1000 feet above Napa Valley. Climate unsur-
passed. Views magnificent. Table supplied from
orchard and ocean, field and farm. Hot and cold
Napa Soda water baths. Telephone and Po-noflice.
Burros to ride. Howling alleys, tennis, croquet,
swings and hammocks. New improvements every
year. Gas and running water in every room. Re-
lief for asthmatics. WARM WATER SWIM-
MING TANK. Ah ideal summer resort. Chil-
dren's paradise: mothers' dellznt; husbands' rest.
Address ANDREW JACKSON, Napa Soda Springs
TWO HOTELS AND COTTAGES.
Under trie Old Management.
ON AUSTIN CREEK, IN THE SONOMA
Redwoods, N. P. C. R. R., via Sa\isalito ferry.
Train leaves at 1:4 . Ilotel Cnzadero rates. ?10
to 9 14 per week; Elim Grove Hotel rates, $6 to f8
per week; tents, $8 to $5 per week, send for cir-
cular. ;..- ■• . :^.;.-- ...- ...
O. F. BURNS, Proprietor, V^o
Cazadero, Cal.
go TO DIM SPRINGS,
rpwo MILES FROM HOPLAND. MKNDOCINO
1 County, tor your health and pleasure. The best
medicinal mineral waicM in ihe St«te. Fine elec-
tric and mineral baths: new modern hotel; 250
feel above the valley: fine view. Furnished cot-
tages to rent. Plenty of amusements. Free ous
to 7:30 train from San Francisco, and. other trains
when notified. Terms, $10 per week.
O. HOWELL, President.
Telephone at Postofflce.
LYTTON SPRINGS,
SONOMA COUNTY.
AN IDEAL PLACK FOR HEALTH, REST
AND PLEASURE: no staging ; Vir mile from
station. The only genuine Seltzer Springs in the
United States an A the celebrated. Lytton Geyser
Soda prln«. Wonderful curative properties.
TaLle first-class. Send tor circulars.
HOME REST FOX SUMMER.
ATTRACTIVE LOCATION- PLEASANT
J\. rooms: fresh fruits of all kinds, eta For par-
ticulars and terms address Box 85, Sebastopol, Cal.
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your eyes and lit mom 10 Spectacles and Eye-
glasses with instr ments of his own invention,
whose superiority has not been equalled. My aua*
cess has been due to the merits Of my work.
Office Hours— l 2 to 4p.M. - ..
THESUCCESSOF THE SEASON
THE LADIES 1 GRILL ROOM
OF THE
PALACE HOTEL
DIRECT ENTRANCE FROM. MARKET ST.
OPIiN IM'IL MIDNIGHT.
HIGHLAND SPRINGS,
On the Border of dear Lake,
T-j-A-EIE COUNTY, GAL.
DO YOU ENJOY A SUPERB CLIMATE,
dancing, lawn tennis, croquet, billiards? Do
-on like fine bathing, boating, hunt in- and fishing?
>o you need recuperation and rest afforded by over
birty kinds of mineral springs? bhortest Bta?e
oute into Lake County.
All this and more can be had at Highland
Springs.
New hotel. Finest dining-room north of San
•"ranclsco.
From Han Francisco it costs only $8 for the
■oun 1 trip, and the hotel rates are 81 50 to $2 60
)er day or $10 to $l(j per week. Take the S. F.
mil N. P. i. ail way via Pieta, thence by a short de-
lghtful stuck ride. J. CRA IO, Manager.
Han Francisco office. 316 Montgomery st.
YOUR VACATION :
Where Shall You Spend It ?
Go where monotony is impossible,
where you may mingle with the light-
hearted social throng, or bask in the sun-
shine by the surging^ sea, or stroll under
the shade of the majestic redwoods 1
THE SEA BEACH HOTEL,
SANTA CRUZ, Cal.,
Sow under the proDrietorship of MR.
JOHN R. CHACE, offers all these oppor-
tunities. It is the ideal health and pleas-
ure resort, nestling in a very bower of
loveliness. For further information ad-
dress J. R. CHACE,
Proprietor Sea Beach Hotel.
MOUNTAIN HOM£.
The Recognized Family Summer Resort
in '.he Santa Crux Mountains.
Health, pleasure, swimming, fishing and hunt-
ing. New dancing pavilion. Deer park. Table
excellent. Climate unsurpassed. . Send for souve-
nir. titMM at Madrono every Monday. Wednes-
day and Saturday after June 1. connecting with
train leaving the City at 8:1 a. m.
VIC PONCKLET, Magus. Cal.
JOHANNISBERQ
In the midst of the Napa Redwoods, Including the
GHE AT WING CANYON.
Iron Springs. Lakes, Bowling Alley. Splendid
place for (l anting. Boating and Fishing.
Elevation nearly I*2oo feet. Best
Climate for Asthma.
ACCOMMODATIONS FOR CAMPERS. Convey-
ances every Wednesday and Saturday from Napa,
liner tin- arrival of the morning train. TERMS
REASONABLE. Make your engagements before-
hand. For particulars address WALTER METZ,
Napa City, Cal. • -
ft IT I ft ft n HOT SPRINGS. Sonoma
V If A I'l ' V bounty, only 4% hours from
Vft II IT IT Slul 'rancisco; hut 9 miles
II |\ fl II II II staging: new road through
**** vi vi •* canyon; new stages; sanitary
plumbing: natural temperature of water 130" Fahr.
of wonderful curative properties; no fogs or disa-
greeable winds: mosqulios and other annoying
insects unknown. Take Tiburon ferry at 7:30
a. m. or 3:30 p. m. l:ound-trip ticket only $5.50.
Telephone and telegraph, daily mail and express.
Rates $12 a week ; baths free.
J. F. MULQREW, Proprietor.
CAMP TAYLOR, HOTEL AZALEA,
Tocaloma, Bertrand's Hotel, Hariri Co., Cal.
FIRST - CLASS ACCOMMODATIONS; DE-
lightful climate for camping; dancing pavilion,
croquet and lawn tennis; tine trout fishing, bath-
ing and swimming; splendid drives to Bear Val-
ley; postoiiico, express, telegraph and livery at
both hotels: terms $8 and $12 per week.
VICTOK W. KBAUSS, Manager.
JOS. F. EEHTKANU, Froprietor.
City otllcc, 112 Taylor St., Fridays, 2 to 4 p. M.
SUMMER BOARD AT BUBLINBAHE.
Redinjrton Place "A Mild Rest Cure."
Address IRA G. HOITT.
Hoitt's School reopens August 4.
KLAMATH HOT SPRINGS,
■DESWICK. KISKIYOO COUNTY, CAL., A
1 > noted tishing and health, resort. Hot mud and
sulphur baths. .•::"-
EPSON BROS., Proprietors.
INWOOD FARM.
AN IDEAL v 1111 K. i: HOME.
For particulars and terms address
FRED N. SHELDEN,
Sebastopol, Sonoma County.
HOTEL DE THORNTON,
POTTER VALLEY.
FIRST-CLASS IN KVKKY RESPECT.
R. E. RADER, PROPRIETOR.
Rates, $7 per week. Bath ■nd all modern con-
veniences in connection witn Hotel.
-SL. 18. ivicm:a.ti3:'s.
IF YOU WANT TO HAVE A GOOD TIME
hunting anil fishing where game of nil kinds is
plentiful, take the S. F. and N. P. R. R. to Uklah,
Berryhill staKe to Potter Valley, McMath's stage
to Uullville. P. O. address, Kullville, Lake Co. Cal.
CALIFORNIA HOTEL,
Broadgfiuge Depot,
Summer Resort fur Families.
Rates $6 to $10. A. BERG, Manager.
THE JORDAN DOUSE, SAS RAFAEL, CAL.
hirst- < Family Boarding- House.
MRS. J. P. JORDAN, Proprietress.
Beautiful View. Sixth Street,
Fine rounds. . • Head of B.
HOTEL EMPIRE,
FIRE-PROOF. '
Grand Boulevard and 63d St. West,
NEW YORK.
100 single rooms. 100 rooms, with baths •
200 suites, 2 to 7 rooms each, with private baths*
10 minutes from business and theatrical centres.
Overlooking Central Park and the Hudson River*
AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLANS.'
, A cuisine and service unequalled anywhere in
America.
Passengers crossing the Jersey ferries take either
Cth or 9th aye. " L^ to 60th St., or Broadway cable
cars to hotel. Boulevard care passing Grand Cen-
tral Station reach hotel in 10 minutes. European
plan. $1 np. American plan, $3 up. Most com-
pletely equipped and most liberally managed hotel
in New York. W. JOaKSO^ QUINN, MgT.
WiL MOBLft, rropr. ,
AETNA
SPRINGS
With its superb climate, its health-giving
mineral waters, its beautiful scenery, its all-
the-comforts-of-home hotel, and its big swim-
ming tank invites you to spend your vacation
within Its boundaries.
fgl WILL YOU CONE?
Terms $10 to $14 per week. Unlimited
round-trip tickets, $7. Further particulars at
318 Battery St., City, or W. L. MITCHELL,
Ltdell P. 0., N«pa County, Cal.
SASTA CATALISA ISLASD.
Augmented Attractions for Season 1896.
TTNEXCELLED FISHING, DELIGHTFUL
U coast e.xcurs ons, tally-ho staging, wild goat
bunting, bathing, boating, horseback riding, dan-
cintt, pyrotechnic displays, water carnivals, grand
concerts every day after June 6. Popular Hotel
Metropoie cow open. Island Villa in July.
I For full information, illustrated pamphlets and
rates, apply to
WILMINOTON TRANSPORTATION CO.,
222 South Spring st., Los Angeles, CaL
SODA BAY HOTEL.
SODA BAY, SITUATED ON CLEAR LAKE,
is most picturesque, £oda Spring Is famous for
the vast volume of delicious soda water which
It throws out dally, amounting to over 1,000,000
gallons- Hunting, fishing, boating and swimming
are unsurpassed anywhere. A fine bar has just
been opened. . The table is supplied with the very
best the market affords, and the comfort and wel-
fare of all guests carefully looked after. Free
camping grounds. A coach will connect with the
daily stage from Pieta and Highland bprings,
Adams, Seiccler, Blue Lakes and baratoga. Fare
from San Francisco, $5 50; round ip. $10. Spe-
cial rates for families, c?. B. WYATT, proprietor.
Soda. Bay. Keisey ville. Lake County, Cal.
EL BONITO HOTEL
•VTOW OPEN TO TOURISTS FOX THE
x> season; salt and fresh water bathing, hunting,
fishing and boating; redwood grove, etc.: terms
reasonable. G. W. MORGAN,
"""*"!;■" Duncans Mills, Sonoma Co., CaL
SEIGLER SPRINGS,
Ii X-; COUNTY.
POPULAR HEALTH RESORT. OPEN THE
X year round. Telephone connections. Round-
trip tickets at Southern Pacific offices, $10: special
conveyance daily. For information address JOHN
SPAULDIXG, Seigler Springs, Lake County, Cal.
GLENBROOK
IS ONE OF THE MOST CHARMING RE-
JL sorts in the State. Fine scenery, hunting and
lfishing; excellent table. For circulars and further
nformatlon address O. W. R. TREUWAY,
Proprietor, Glenbrook, Lake County, Cal.
"PIVERSII>E RANCH— ON THE BANKS OF
XV Eel River. 6 miles from Potter Valley, Men-
docino County: (ound trip, 89 75 from San Fran-
cisco; fishing, hunting, bathing and boating un-
surpassed. Terms. $7 per week. Excellent table;
milk, fruit, vegetables raised on the ranch. T. J.
GILLESPIE, Potter Valley, Mendocino County.
OTELDEL MAX— ON. THE SEASHORE; 20
minutes' ride from San: Cruz; climate per-
fect; table unexcelled: surf bathing; sailing, row-
ing, fishing; buses mcc: all trains; children, $2
t0 95 per week: adults. $9 per week; special rates
to societies and families. Address MANAGER
UOTKL DEL MAR, Santa Cruz, Cal., or room 29,
Maze building, S. F.
AUREL DELL HOTEL, ON LAUREL DELL
Lake (formerly Lower Blue Lake)— This pop-
ular resort opens to the public for the coming sea-
son with many improved facilities for entertaining
pleasure-seekers; boating and bathing free; no
pains will be spared to provide a good table; terms
$8 to $12 per week; route 8. F. and N. P. Railway;
through faro *5: round trip $9 50. Address H.
W AMBOLD. Prop., Bertha P. 0., Lake County
Q ARATOGA SPRINGS. LAKI'. COUNTY. CAL.
O — The most beautiful summer resort in the
State: 8 different springs: sulphur, soda, iron,
magnesia, seltzer, etc. ; good fishing and hunting;
accommodations first-class: rates 910 per week
and upward; table unexcelled; hard-finished
rooms en suite and cottages. Address J. MAR-
TENS, Bachelor Pos office, Lake County, Cal.
OTEL LA HONDA— AMONG THE MANY
Attractive summer resorts none offers more
genuine pleasure than !.a Honda. 17 miles from
Redwood City, remarkable for climate, fishing and
hunting, camping, comforts and pleasures. Tickets
fo. the round trip via s. P. K. R. and Knight's
stage line, $4. MRS. I. .1. SEARS, La Honda, Cal.
LUE LAKES PLEASURE RESORT— NEW
hotel, now open; many new improvements for
the entertainment of the guests: the pavilion built
over the water; a naphtha launch, etc. • good fishing
and hunting. Address CARL MEYER, Bertha
P. ('.. Lake Co. Do not address Blue Lakes.
AT BELMONT. SAN MATEO COUNTY,
board for summer months: private family;
beautiful grounds; large rooms; 3 minutes from
station; 1 hour rm city. MRS. HAN'SEN.Balmont
tUnuwooDS. IDEAL SUMMER RESORT;
XJ send for ■ rate.i pamphlet and terms. Ad-
dres* Lougwoods, Napa. Cal.
M~ONTE~DEL~~VALLE VLlTla; FORE'«T-
villv, Sonoma County; furnished; piano; Rus-
sian 1 iver: n-dwood grove.
~nRDOKSIDK FRUIT FARM; FINE SHADE;
''plenty milk, cream, chickens and fruit: good
accommodations. Address Brookside, Nairn.
YY HITE OAK FA KM, NEAR CLOVERDALE
'» — Sppcial attention given to table: terms $7
per Week. For particulars address W. 11. HIATT,
Cloverttalo, Cal.
BOARD ON A '"RANCH 2000 FE£T ELEVA-
101: 1001! rooms and first-class board: terms
$6 per week. Address Redwood Grove, Occidental,
Sonoma County.
Baja California
Damiana Bitters
Is a powerful aphrodisiac and specific tonic for th«
1 cexaU and urinary erica is of both sexes, and a
| rc-at remedy for diseases of the kidneys and Wal-
ter. A great Restorative, Invlgoraiorauil Norvtn*
j Bells on its own Merits— no long-winded io*u*
montais necessary.
N..il£.K, ALb'S & URUNK, Agents,
323 Jlarket St., 8. f.— (Send, for Circular.)
PChtchestrr'» Knclloh Diamond Brand.
ennyroyaupills
—^»~X «M(rlii»l»n«l Only Genuine. A
,j- i/T»-\?!v' •• rc . always reliable, ladico uk /TV
fr,J\ V-vs^l Druggist for Chichestcr $ s"lL\"Diajff&
*l>?'^«SJ\man(i Brand in lied and Gold mEU:ilc\W
*{a» —^Wygboxes. scaled irlth blae ribbon. Talt* Vy
T?j "S^S* VVsno3lher. Refutt dangerout rubirit'i- V
I /.-_** . fjftitmtaiui imitatimu. At Droggiit,,ori«nd4«.
I *» yf in si&mpff far particulars, uittacalab and
\ "C* ' %.* ■ "Kellcf for J.aiiii-M,** in law, bj return
— \. If ■ MalL »O,0O« T<-«tin>ODl»l«. Same Paper.
.. ,> r«'hJch««t«rCUeinieia»J».,J4»dl»oii s,u 8 , a.
»oWto»>lLoc»lDruieiJU. l*ha»d^.,**«u
oos3vrc33F»oxji < > .
Opposite U. S. Mint, 100 and 10J Fifth sr., -san
I > run Cisco, Cal.— Tbe most select family hotel la
> tbe city. Board and room, $1, $1 25 and *1 50 per
day, according 1 0 room. Meals 25c. Kcoms, s (to
and 730 a day. i"re» coach to and from tbe hotel.
I Look for tne coach bean 112 the name of the Co*-
1 BioiJUiu.au iioiel. Wil; t'AUKV, Proprleloxi
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