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HOW FREE TRADE
Cheap Wools and Woolen
Goods Destroy Amer
WHY WORKMEN ARE IDLE
Factories Are Crushed by Cheap
Foreign Goods and Pauper
DEATH WITHOUT PROTECTION.
•• o Some of the Ruin Wrought by Cleve.
landism as .Exemplified in the
Wi son Bit}."
« ° & r •
The condition of the sheep business and '
of the various woo 4 industries of this State :
and of the Union make a fine object les- '
Fon for t£e advocates of a protective tariff,
for it is an easy matter to show that the
same blow that "killed the McKinley law
laid low most of the industries dependent
on shesp-raising for their prosperity.
It is currently stated in the local San
Francisco marktt that the sheep-raisers of j
this State are liardly making expenses; '
that the only way they survive is by sell
ing many sheep for mutton, and that they
would go out of business but for their hope
of a revival of some such protective tariff '■■
as that under which they recently pros
From all quarters the news comes that
sheep-raisers are not breeding their herds
and that their only salvation is to turn
tbeir s.hjeep into mutton rather than shear
them totwool. The effect of such a.condi
•tion is" strikingly apparent In the San
Francfsco market, where nearly all the
warehouses, commission firms and scour
injs-mills feel the depression to the point
of discouragement. A visit to the wool
exchange at Fifth and Townsend streets
and a study of tha inactivity there reveals
the fact-that there is no market. It is for
ttols reason that all the great woolbouses
are practically closed.
Many of the heavy dealers say they
would go out of the business permanently
but for their Belief that the free- trade pol
icy of the Wilson bill will sooner or later
be abandoned, even by the Democrats, as
a worthless system for this country.
Under the McKinley bill, which became
nullified two years ago, Humbolflt wool
brought 20 and 25 centa a pound in the
grease, but under the Wilson bill in effect
to-day the warehouses are full of this
wool, and it does not move at 12 or even
Speaking of the deplorable condition of
the market yesterday, Shoobert A Beale's
manager, fcaid': -'The wool clip here this
year is fully 17.TXX) bates short of normal.
That means 5,000,000 or 6,000,000 pounds,
and it requires no imagination to see that
•such a lo^s must be a serious detriment to
the Staje." ..
It has been amply demonstrated during
the two years since the Democrats de
stroyed the dnty on raw wool that Ameri
can growers cannot survive in competition*
with Australia and other great wboi
prowinp countries, where land is almost
free and where labor is very cheap.
Dealers of all shades of political belief
freely admit that Australia can produce
better wool than has ever been grown in
' California, and that the cost of producing
it is about one-filth that which prevails in
this State. Under such a state of affairs
the records of every custom-house show a
ereat importation of foreign wool. This,
has everywhere resulted in ruin to the
home producer. . • *
According to a report recently prepared
oy Worthington Ford, chief of the statis
tical bnfreau of the Treasury Department,
the decline in tbe sheep in iustry has been
marked fqj ten years, jhougtj it revived
•wonderfully under the brief protection of
the short-lived McKinley bill.
From Mr. Ford's table it appears that
the number of sheeD in America has de
clined from 48,322,331 in 1885 to 39,372,943
in. 1895, and the scoured wool produced
has declined from 124,945,825 pounds in
1885 to : 101,718,690 pounds in 1895. these
figures showing a decrease of 8,372,943 in
the number of animals, and 23,226,935
pounds of scoured wool.
Of this enormous reduction no less than
3,552,606 head of sheep and 10,373,587
pounds of scoured wool occurred between
1894 ans 1895; but, apart from this, the de
cline was uniform during the whole period.
It is alsp notewoTfetoy that the decline in the
wool-prtoducing districts hasiteen greater
than these figures show, as in a few of the
Western States, where sheep are now kept
primarily for their mutton.
Every, trade circular issued by wool com
mission'merchants for a year has noted a
marked and steady decline of the market,
and every shrewd agent has advised his
correspondents that the outlook must be
steadily; worse under free trade.
The situation to-day is in striking con
trast to the condition of the market even a
year ago, and it is steadily growing worse.
A year ago the Boston market handled
10,000,000 pounds of wool for the week
ending Juiy 6, but this year less than
1,000,000 pounds were handled in the same
market. The total sales from January 1
to June 1 of this year footed 63,030,000
pounds against 98,904,500 pounds during
the same period 'last year, a decline of
35,874,000 pounds, an amount sufficient to
make a general depression throughout the
entire country. •
It must be understood, however, that
tne Toliime of business transacted this
year, in addition to being much smaller
than that of last year, has been at far
lower prices than those that prevailed in
an active market under the McKinley bill.
The following quotations from Fenno
Brothers and Childs' Weekly Wool Re
port, under the dates named, is a graphic
picture of the wool market under Cleve-
Jar.dism as expressed by the Wilson bill,
tbe idol of free traders:
June 6— Boston market continues in 'its rut
of dullness and, under the influence of an al
most stagnant demand, the volume of trade
has shrunk to small proportions. The enor
mous imports of woolen goods which still con
tinue to hang as a menace over our home
manufacturers ace in a large measure account
able for this great curtailment In the consump
tion of wool, the consuming power of our i
country in its present condition not being |
large enough to take care of the supply of
domestic and foreign wools now being pressed
tor sale by mill agents, Jobbers and importers.
Continuing, the circular gives the follow
ing discouraeine picture, one of the results
of tbe Wilson bill:
Manufacturers still continue to pursue a
most conservative course in their wool opera
tions and it is only where they are tempted
by extremely low figures that they are in
clined to buy at all. A general feeling of
doubt and uncertainty seems to be spreading
in all directions.
The. report for the week following shows
another picture oi the havoc wrought by
the Democratic policy of free trade and
ruin. It is as follows:
June 13— The volume of trade daring the
past week • again shows a falling off and em
rOiatically attests to the apathy shown by
manufacturers bo far as increasing their sup
ply of wool is concerned. In spite oi the fact
that many holders, in their desire to unload
their stock of old wool, have offered great in
ducements in order to make sales, manufac
turers are little inclined to anticipate their
wants, evidently waiting until an increased
demand for their goods develops itself.
In view of the lesson taught by two
years of free trade the wool growers and
dealers feel that they may well say to the
Democrats, in the language of their own
leader whom Charles A. Dana christened
"The stuffed prophet," "It is a condi
tion, and not a theory, that conft
fronts us." And the condition for which
two years of free trade are
responsible is deplorable in the sight of
men who love their country and rejoice
at the prosperity of its great enterprises.
Under free trade sheep men are discour
aged, wool dealers are going out of busi
ness and factories are idle. Where once
the spindles a.id looms were busy, all is
silence and decay. Industry is paralyzed
and hungry men in the manufacturing
regions walk the streets in search of food.
Such is the verdict of facts. "Sot until
we have protection, again," said a promi
nent wool-dealer yesterday, "can we ex
pect-prosperity again." .
The Chapel and Receiving Vaults and Main Entrance, -Mount Olivet Cemetery
PLAYS OF THE WEEK,
Attractions Offered in the Various
Playhouses of the
Large Crowds in Attendance Testify to
tLe Merits cf What Is Pre
Frederick Warde, Rose Coghlan and L.
B. Stockwell's players are in their last
nights at the California Theater. The
stock season at this honse has been a bril
liant success from the beginning, and the
production of "The Merchant of Venice,"
being presented this week, is crowding the
house nightly. Mr. Warde's Snylock is
one of the most masterly interpretations
of the character ever brought ont in this
City. There is to be a "Merchant of
Venice" matinee on Saturday., and on Sun
day night the farewell performance will
Next Monday night comes the cele
brated Irish singing comedian, Chauncey
Olcott, in his. production of "Mayour
neen." "Mavourneen" will be presented
here for the first time west of Omaba. ft
i"s a charming story of life in Ireland.
Olcott as an Irish- American soldier pre
sents a dashing character and a new one
in Irish drama.
"Bohemia,' 1 with odd characters and
scenes, is doing a large business at the
Baldwin Theater this week, and makes a
splendid entertainment as presented by
the members of Charles Frohman's Em
pire Theater Company. Viola Allen has a
pretty and charming role in Mimi. Wil
liam Faversham, in the role of Rudolph,
appears to excellent advantage. "Bohe
mia" will run through this week only,
with a matinee on Saturday. The last
performance of the play will De given on
Saturday evening. Next Monday night
tije Empire Theater Company will com
mence the second week of its engagement
with a new play, "Tha Benefit of the
Doubt," by A. W. Pinero. The sale of
seats for next week commences this morn
At the Columbia Theater "The Highest
Bidder" continues on the boards, and is
doing a good business. "The Highest
Bidder" will bold it* place through the
weeit, giving way next Monday night to
"A Gold Mine," in which Wilton Lackaye
and Louise Thorndyke-Boucicault wiil ap
"Mr. Barnes of New York" is the attrac
tion at the Grand Opera-house, Jsmes M.
Brophy appearing in the title role, and it
has proved to be a drawing card from the j
first. It is made to move with briskness
and good effect. There is no dull place !
The Tivoli is doing a tine business with
grand opera, giving "Carmen" and
"Faust" upon alternate nights.- This
evening ana Saturday evening "Fautt"
will be performed. "Carmen" will be on
to-morrow evening and also on Sunday.
Crowds have stood in Jine every night
this week to gain entrance to the Orpheum.
The attractions are Herr Techow and his
performing cats. Lydia Yeamans-Titus,
assisted by Fred Titus, feiondi, the Masons
and the vandevilla company.
Every afternoon and evening this week
at the Chutes Casino the Mario-Dunham
family and "Joe," the educated Simian,
aad their attractions to the scenic railway.
This makes up a strong combination.
* • — » — •
Before a fire company in Berlin starts for
a fire the members are drawn up in line,
and in military fashion salute their cap
tain. Then off they ran, having lost per
haps a minute by this foolery.
THE SAN FRAXCTSCO CALL, THURSDAY, JULY 30, 1596.
OF MOUNT OLIVET
It Is Now Ready to Receive
Its Silent Ten
TOMBS IN SOLID ROCE
A Large Tract of Land to Be
Made Available for In
FEATERNAL SOCIETY PLATS.
Over Seventy-Five Acres Set Aside
for the Use of Various
Out on Ban Bruno avenne, near tbe
county line, a new cemetery has been
platted out and haa Been receiving inter
ments for the past two weeks. It has been
called Mount Olivet Cemetery. •
Innumerable tiees, shrubs and flowering
f plants Have been set out in great pro
fusion, and in the laying out of the
grounds the lawn plan will prevail to a
great extent, although portions of the
grounds will be designated where different
improvements may be made by those who
desire to do sc.
Tne. property of the company consists of
210 acres of land fronting on San Bruno
avenue and situated just over the line be
tween San Francisco and San Mateo coun
ties and directly east of and upon the
slopes overlooking the present cemeteries
'of Cypress Lawn and Hills of Eternity,
Home of Peace and Holy Cross.
The westerly portion of -the property is
all available for graves, and the rear or
easterly portion the vaults or tombs can
be constructed In or hewn out of the
The Mount Olivet Cemetery Association :
| has entered into contracts with subordi
! nate cemetery associations formed by the
Native Sons of the Golden West, the
Knights of Pythias, the Improved Order
of Red Men and the Ancient Order of For
esters, by which tracts of land, varvine
from ten to twenty-five acres, have been
set aside for these organizations, to be
known and conducted as their official
cemetery. In this way about seventy-five
acres have been assigned to these fraterni
The directors of the cemetery are M. C
Walton, Bydney V. Smith, Jacob Heyman'
Samuel Center, John H. Grady, J. Hen
derson, A. K. Stevens. Henry Lundstet,
llliam Rotrosky and Walker C. Graves
The main entrance to the chapel and re
ceiving vaults and the office and lodge are
now in tne course of construction. They
are being built of stone and are architect
urally substantial and attractive.
The best brier-wood for pipes comes
from the border* of Italy and .France.
No-To-Bac Ms lirfß.
Lost Life-Force Restored and
Shattered Nerve Power
The Tobacco Vice Undermines Vigor
and Vitality — Nervous Prostra-
tion, General Debility Mean
, Tobacco Nerve-Poisoning.
Tobscco-uslng is a reckless waste of Ufa
force, money and manhood.
It is a dirty, nasty, men-wrecking disease
and every tobacco-user knows it »ease,
;■ The tobacco-user* r^rve!« are shattered and
broken, hi. life ;K oln 5 out of him, he's loMng
his grip, but No-To-Bac, the strongest quickest
nerv# tonic in the world, braces his brain
nourishes : his nerves, kills nicotine, make,
manhood. Summer smoking shortens li.'c
weieK D vlUiny- lot " cco> Baln <tfen « t
like a°man- tall th ° tim» to look, feel and act
! nit*? ft iiitiQ — ■
Take Xo-To-Bac ! Get a cure or your money
back Over 400,000 have been cure" «5
millions, use No-To-Bac to regulate tobacco-
using or purely for its wonderful powers M «
nerve tonic and stimulant. ■ * wnctß ** •
If your nerve and heart action is weak, no
matter what the cause, take No-To-Bac
Sold and guaranteed by. druggists every-
where. Our famous booklet, "Don" Tobacco
Spit and Smoke Your Life' Away," written
guarantee and free sample mailed tor the ask •
Ing. . Address Tee Sterling Remedy Co., Chi.
ca»o, Montreal or New York. . 7 fco " Ghi<
Any brass and onyx
table, or parlor cabinet,
the store for half price.
This ought to give you ;
some idea of Bed Letter"
California Furniture Company
CS. P. Cols * Co.)
117 Geary street. •
Gives His Views of the Care
and Treatment of the
There are very few men who have not
suffered some time or other with some
form of disease. Many have been per-
manently cored and others have received
bat a temporary stay of their disease, and
at regular intervals they are annoyed with
the distressing symptoms, if not the
disease itself, with all its setbacks, pain,
anguish and mental distresses.
Very few diseases attack a man alone,
they are invariably complicated or, inter-
mingled with others, and on this account
are very difficult for many practitioners to
Take a physician worthy of the care of
your life, be must not merely be a man
holding a diploma from some medical col-
lege; it does not assist the sick man if his
physician should thoroughly understand
all the ancient and modern languages.
No; he must be a man who is endowed by
nature with powers far greater than is
possible to obtain through a course in
Chemistry or Medicine at some college; he
must possess an innate genius to imme-
diately grasp the exact condition of your
system; he must also possess a thorough
knowledge of Medicine; he must be a
man who has had an unlimited and varied
experience in the treatment of all diseases
covering periods of years.
Such a personality exists in the noble
and aspirin? physician, DR. F. L.
SWEANY, whose genius, knowledge, ex-
perience and scientific researches has en-
abled him to permanently cure thousands
of cases pronounced as incurable by the
world's best physicians and specialists.
The Doctor's specialties are:
t'invpyo Inflammation of the kidneys,
111!'. Til -\ Bright' a disease, diabetes. conges-
| tion of the kidneys, uraemia, gravel, stone,
i all scientifically and successfully treated.
■ PI IUfIVP Inflammation, cystitis, cyster-
\n, IPiTjli. rht;a. catarrh of the bladder.
! These distressing diseases invariably yield to
my system of treatment.
i NERVOUS DEBILITY And * n itaattending
.U,IUUI> IrMMliil I ailments, both of
young and middle-aged men. The awful ef-
fects of neglected or improperly treated cases
producine weakness of body and brain, dizzi-
ness, failing memory, lost" vitality, lack of
energy and confidence, varicocele, gleet,
pain: and other distressing symptoms, unfit-
ting one for study, business or enjoyment of
HP in Neuralgia, lick, nervous or conger
nr,.lV. tive headache, dull, full feeling, loss
of memory, dizziness, softening of the brain,
tumors and eczema of the scalp.
TUP ft IT Catarrhal sore throat, acute and
1 11 11 V.I 1 , chronic pharyngitis, enlarged ton-
■iU and palate, hoarseness, loss of voice, thick
phlegm in throat, causing hawking.
I li\T^ Consumption in the first and second
ILI ii\l>\ stages, hemorrhages and chronic
bronchitis, dry and loose cough, pains in
chest, difficulty in breathing, nepatizatiom,
liriPT Valvular diseases, weak and fatty
IlL.llll. heart, dropsy and rheumatism of
heart, languid circulation, etc.
CTAMUni Catarrh, ulceratlon and acid
OlVUlilllll. dyspepsia, indigestion, pain and
fullness! after eating, heartburn, water brash
and difficulty in swallowing.
lIVPP <\>\ VVX All diseases of the liver,
LI Lit. MLr.Lll. spleen, bowels, all nerv-
ousness and reflex disorders, rheumatism and
all skin disease", eczema, salt rheum, ring-
worm, hip-Joint disease, old sores, fever sores,
stiff joint diseases, old spinal irritation, nerv-
PI'PTF'PP File s> fistula and all swellings
III) I 1 LHL. and tendencies quickly cured
without pain or detention from business. .
HEART, BRAN AND SERVE*.
dizziness of the head and palpitation of the
heart, difficult breathing and suffocating feel-
ing, fullness of the head, a tired, irritable, dis-
contented feeling and fear of impending dan-
ger or death, a dread of being alone, or the re-
— desire to be alone: if your memory is
tailing and you are gloomy and despondent, or
if you dream much and often and feel an aver-
sion, to society, you are suffering from a serious
disease of tho nerves, brain and heart. You
have no time to lone. Call at once and CON-
SULT THIS EMINENT SPECIALIST.
l»l-'Ti.l>r> AH WVJlbil. ing from any of
1/loMoLd Ur ItVJiL.I. ing from any of
the diseases peculiar to your sex, such as tall-
ing or displacement of the womb, inflam-
mation or uiceration, bloating, headaches,
spinal weakness, call or write to him and he
will tell you Just what can bo done for you.
If you cannot call on Dr. Bweany de-
scribe to Him fully and frankly your
troubles by letter. He will then : under-
| stand your condition thoroughly, and " tell
you candidly whether or not he can treat
you successfully. His course of treatment
is a scientific one, peculiarly his own,
whereby the patient receives treatment
and medicine applied to suit the case that
otherwise would be impossible.
Correspondence answered in English,
German, French, Italian, Swedish, Nor-
wegian and Danish, and is held sacredly
The Doctor gives his services :
TT* H E3 ITS
Of charge to the
POOR AND WORTHY
Who call at his office every Friday < after-
noon, and many expressions lof gratitude
and praise go out daily from the poor, as
well as ; from : those •- who , have paid him
well for valuable and - successful . services
rendered. • ."'•■■. :
F. L. SWEANY, M. D.,
737 Market Street, Opposite Examiner
Office, San Francisco, Cal.
When writing for further particulars to any of the Jfealth or Pleasure ftesorts in these columns
Arindly mention the CtfjCjC.
HAVF. THE MERITED REPUTATION OF
■*-*■ being one of the wokdmis of the world, and
seekers of pleasure and lovers of -sightseeing, as
well as those in searcn of usaitu, will be well
paid by visiting them.
Tho Finest Summer Climate In Cali-
LARGE NEW SWIMMING TANK.
A Positive Cure far Rheumatism. Liver,
. Kidney and Stomach Troubles.
TERMS 810 TO »13 PER WEEK.
Two Routes to the Springs. S. Pi Co. and
S. X*. and N. P. Railway. . :
Address all correspondence to ' BARTLETT
SPRINGS COMPANY, 32 Fourth street, 3. F., or
Bartlett Springs, Lake County, Cat ■
f -/tV-L Tlie ßeantiM i
SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA.
Never did I his 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
OEO. P. SNELL, Manager.
PA R A I Q (1 -^ R -^
I nilHiOU EtEsL^i
- rfi'. . !^T ?^^ *heaUh,rest,pleas-
. ore, climate, accommodations, scenery, flower
beds, cleanliness, table, hot soda tub and plunge
baths, hot sulphur tub and swimming tanks, mas-
saga treatment, hunting and fishing, children's j
playground, croquet and dance hall for families. '
Paraiso stands unsurpassed in the (State. Plenty ]
enjoyment for young . and old. • Take train Third j
and Townsend streets, san Francisco, 8:15 a. m. i
daily, for Soledad;. 'Return-trip ticket, *8. Seven !
miles by stage. Telephone and Postoffice. For i
Illustrated pamphlets and special Inducements tor
1896. address R. ROBEKTaON. Manager.
~ MPA SODA SPRINGS,
California's Famous Mountain Spa! j
Have You Bken' These Lately?
1000 feet above Napa Valley. Climate nnrar- !
passed. Views magnificent. Table supplied from
orchard and ocean, field . and farm. Hot and cold
Napa Soda water baths. Telephone and Posioffice.
Burros to ride. Bowline 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. Au Ideal summer resort. Chil- |
dren's paradise: mothers' delight; husbands' rest. !
Address AND RE W JACKSON, Napa Soda Springs
P. O. * I
WHEN • ITIfIAH
STOP AT THE
W. H. FOKSE £ SONS, PROPRIETORS.
ITIH JS IS THE NEWEST, LARGEST AND BEST
I hotel In Uklah, ' and it is headquarters for
Stages to all resorts and other places arrive at
and depart from this hotel. - Free bus to and from
all trains. Baggage transferred free of charge.
SODA BAY HOTEL.
SODA BAY, SITUATED ON CLEAR LAKK,
Is most picturesque. Soda Spring Is famous for
the rust 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 jus;
been opened. Tn<» table is supplied with the very
beet the market affords, and the comfort and wel-
fare of all guests carefully looked after. Free
camping grounds. A coach will connect with the
dally singe from Pieta and - Highland Springs,
Adams. Seigler, Blue Lakes and Saratoga. Far*
from San Francisco, #5 60; round trip, 910. Spe-
cial rates for famllie*. O. B. W Y ATT, proprietor.
Poda Bay. Kpisevville, Lake County, Cal.
fITT" I ft fid llor SPRINGS. Sonoma
V If AI• I " V bounty, only 4^ hours from
\ & (I ItltX San Francisco; but 9 miles
II l\ fill II I] staging; new road through.
** **<»■**•< 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 8:30 P. it. Bound-trip ticket only $5.50.
Telephone and telegraph, dally mall and express.
Bates #1^ a week; baths free.
J. F. MULQREW, Proprietor.
CAMP TAYLOR, HOTEL AZALEA,
Tocaloma, Bertra'nd's Hotel, Hariri Co.. Cal.
FIRST - CLASS ACCOMMODATIONS: DE-
lightful climate for camping; dancing pavilion,
croquet and lawn tennis; fine trout fishing, bath-
ing and swimming; splendid drives to Bear Val-
ley; postofUce, express, telegraph and livery at
both hotels: terms $8 and la per week. '
VICTOH W. KRAUSS, Manager.
JOS. F. BE XT HAND. Proprietor.
City ofllce, 112 Taylor St., Fridays, 2 to 4 r. ic.
SONOMA tOI'MV. V
AN IDEAL FLACK FOR HEALTH. REST
AND PLEASURE; no staging; y r milo from
station. The only Kenulue Seltzer Springs In tha
United States ; and the celebrated Lytton Geyser
Soda Springs. . Wonderful • curative - properties.
Table first-class. Bend for circulars. ■ < .\v
ASTORG SPRIXG JIXERAL WATER.
rriHE FOUNTAIN OF PERPETUAL YOUTH:
"X cures most any disease of long standing: cured
hundreds;' recommended by thousands In four
months in this city: no agents. A. ASTOKO, 108
Fifth St., sole proprietor. ■ The greatest medicinal
and curative water lv California. -^
IN THE HEART OF THE SANTA I CRUZ
* Mountains; hot and cold magnetic baths: hunt-
ing and fishing: cottages for families: stage meets
morning < train :r terms $8 up.'. Address JOSEPH
LIND.SEY. wood. Cat '.•,'■ V
GOOD PLAIN BOARD IN PRIVATE FAM-
vJ- lly five miles fromClorerdale: rates moderate.
inquire of MRS. :T. i MOLLKR, Clovsrdale, or P.
J. HEALY, 203 Powell st.
6ILROY HOT SPRINGS
A lac Where the Invalid Can Surely
ltegain Heiilth— Where the Tourist
■ • May Kegale Himself Upon
Magnificent and Picturesque Scenery, .
Where the Summer Pilgrim May ' Find
Kest, Kefreihinent and Itelaxatioii.
A Mecca for the Annual Seeker After
Repose and Recuperation.
A Rural Retreat. Where the Adjacent
Hills Are Clothed in Garment*
of Matchless Glory,
Where the Ogre Malaria Never Lifts His
Ghastly Head and Where the Waters.
of Healing Pour Freely From
Mature Own Fountain.
TAKE 8:15 A. M. OR 2:20 P. M. TRAIN FROM j
. X Third and Townsend streets, 3% hours from
Sat Francisco. Fare, $7 15 for ronrid trip.
tST Stage connects with . train from Third and <
ROOP & SON, Proprietors.
There is healing in the waters (for rheumatism, i
malaria, nervousness, dyspepsia, diabetes, etc.):
in* re is life in the air. ■ bwimminc-tank. tub and
steam baths, fine hotel, amusements. Bates, 10
to*:4. lake 7 a.m. B. P. train for St. Helena:
stage connects at 10 a. m. Unlimited round-trip '
tickets. 87. Particulars at 318 Battery, or W. L.
MIICHELL, Udell P. P.. Xapa County. Cal.
GO TO MICAS SPRIGS,
TWO MILES FROM HOPLASD, MKNPOCIXO
i. County, for your health and pleasure. The best !
medicinal mineral waters In the State. Fine elec-
tric and mineral baths: new modern hotel; 250 1
feet above the valley; fine view. Furnished cot- '
tapes to rent. Plenty of amusements. Free bus
to 7:30 train from San Francisco, and other trains
when notified. Terms, 910 per week.
O. HO WELL, President.
Telephone at Postofllc**. -
\ _pW&^. CAPITOLA.
: £l£§SilSs resort.
K.i«)i.i.»»g>|n tf[fr 4 Mile* Kant of
ta/rrmifirfj|»H™ Santa Cruz.
- ntaCLuUJt=s^^- • Hotel at water's •d(ft»:
~~"*F'Tn T»l»j>^j^_»< Inrniiht-il anil parity .
•_^_ifj . furnish' d cottages: free
1 ~~*~£> <jfj6 camp ground; salmon
• " H!< and trout fishing.
~~~~~~~~ ' i'.JBEAXIEK. Supt.,
I Capitola, Cat
Boca, Cal, •#•
HEADQUARTERS FOR FISHERMEN AND
XL their families. Excellent table and newiv-
fltted rooms. Daily stage leaves hotel for LAKE
INUKPENPENCE, the "Queen of Mountain
Lakes.' For Information address ;.
" JAS. McDONALD, Boca.
The Recognized Family Summer Resort
In the Santa Cruz Mountain!*. ;
Health, pleasure, swimming, fishing and hunt-
| Ing. .New dancing pavilion. Deer park. Table
! excellent. Climate unsurpassed. Send for souve-
i nir, Stave at Madrone every Monday, Wednes-
day and Saturday after June 1. connecting' with
train leaving the City at 8:15 a. m.
j_ VIC POXCELET, Llagas. Cat
18 ni.es from Cazadero, on Stage Line. .
GOOD TROTJT FISHING, PLENTY FRUIT,
cream and milk; free conveyance for parties of -
two or more; grand redwood scenery. Address
JOSEPH ITT INGE H. wea view, Sonoma Co.,
or apply KRUSE A CO., 207 Front su, Ban Fran l
Cisco, for particulars. ■
In the midst of the Napa Redwoods, Including the
GREAT WING CANYON.
Iron Springs, I-alces, Bowiins Alley. Splendid '
place for Hunting, Swimming, Boating and
Fishing. Elevation nearly llsOO feet.
Best Climate for Asthma.
I SPECIAL cottaoks for CAMPKRS. Convey- I
; ances every Wednesday and Saturday from Napa. I
I after the arrival of the morning train. TERXus
; REASONABLE. Make your engagements before-
i hand. Address WALTER METZ, Napa City, Cal.
i ~ ~ ~ ' ~ ■
ST. HELENA SANITARIUM,
ST. HELENA, CAL. - '
"RECREATION. REST AND HOME FOR IN- ;
-Lt vallds, consisting of lar?e main building, cot-
tages and tents on mountainside overlooking Nap^
Valley. Steam heat, elevator, call hells and night-
watch service. Massage, electricity, medicated
' and bieam baths are among, the remedial agents.
Swimming tank, gymnasium and beautiful mouo
1 tain ' walks are among- the amuserueiiU. :-ura
water, air and a * beautiful climate. - Aocorat»oJ»-
-: tlons first class. Rates reasonable. Send for circDhix. '
■ Sonoma County; Cal. : "
UNDER XXIV MANAGEMENT. *"
PATES $2 TO $2 50 PER DAY, $3 TO (14 PER -
XV week; all baths free. - 3WMeaan£»^j
;y ■•■•-.- W. H. HARRON, Proprietor.
— — — — _ j
BEST PLACIS IN CALIFORNIA. THE OPEN !
J > season for de«r begins July 18, and those who
| wish to have a good hunt and trout nsblnz time
! and a general cooJ outing should visit or address
A. B. ftoHATH. Hullville, Lake Co., via Cklah.
Potter Valley daily.Biage : can stop at the house
or camp in mountains. Terms reasonable. . : -
LAKE COUNTY. \
; POPULAR HEALTH RESORT. OPEN THE
X year round. Telephone connection*. - Round-
trip tickets at Southern PaciPc offices, $10: special
conveyance daily. For lnforn.atlon address JOHN
I SPAULDINQ. Seigler Springs. Lake Cootity, Cat
— — . j
ft Prices within the reach of all. positive cure for
Rhenmatlsm, Ciout, Scrofula, Diseases of Kidneys
and Bladder and all Urinary Diseases mau Is heir i
to. ■ For rates end fare apply to
W. J. O'NEIXVL, 133 Sixth St.
PS IK <^" rT B3» •**■ $ tlon ot a fam ° U3 French physician, will quickly cure you of all ncr-
ESV^ /*AI \v r \T ? the generaUve organs, such as Lost Manhood,
7v. <Ti JTX W?!m *vi 0 turn or a famous French physician, will quickly cure you of all ner-
\VV yCi/ \\> . U J on « °T diseases cf the generative orpng, such as Lost Manhood,
ffl 1 £&&! V» cMcJ insomnia. Fains In the Back, Seminal Emissions, Kervous Debility
fm Vj* T "^fc "T W Pimples, Unfltness to Marry, Exhausting Drains, Varicocele and
ex / V "f Constipation. It stops all losses by day or night. Prevents qnlck.
■ml- '^rsmf.r ;•• . ness of discharge/ which if not checked leads to Spermatorrhoea and
£3 BEFORE IMB AFTER all the horrors of linpotency. «:iTiPll>E!»Ecleaiu>e3tiieUver, Ui«
. ia>^rwr m.. ™*'** " kidneys and thenriDaryorjransoX all iciijurities. ' •■ »
J£lJr*D«iHri: strengthens and restores small weak organs. " -ni tuiniii iTWtoimlwii'l * "'".
««__3. c . reason aufrerer; are not cured by Doctors is because ninety- per cent are troubled with
- pro«»»tjtla. CUPIDENEis the only knovra remedy to care 'without an operation. 8000 testlmonl. '
- i als. A written guarantee given and money returned If six boxes does not effect a permanent enr*.
|LOO a box, six for $5.00, by man. Send for ms circular and testimonials. T7 i^ 1 ?? 0611 **^ ■
Address OATOL aXJSOICLNIS UU.i 1170 Market street, San Francisco, Cal. For sale by
. UKOOXa' fHAKMAUy,ll»Poffeil«tt»Bfc
SiSTI GiTIUU ISLOD.
Augmented Attractions . for Season 1896.
ZAUN'S telegraph pigeon service dally, coa-
necting the Island with the wires of the world.
TTN EXCELLED FISHING, DELIGHT FCTi
kJ coast excursions, tally-no staging, wild goat
hunting, bathing, boating, horseback riding, dan-
cing, pynjtechmc displays, water carnivals, grand
concerts every day after June 6. Popular Hotel
Metropoie now open. Island Villa In July.
For full information, illustrated pamphleU and
rates, apply to _ .
WIIISIINGTON TRANSPORTATION CO.,
■ '2-1-1 South Spring St., Los Angeles, CaL
ARE CO.— MOST BEAUTIFUL SUMMER
JLJ resort in State: 8 different springs: good fish-
ing and hunting; accommodations first-class; rates
10 per week and upward: table unexcelled; hard-
flnished rooms and cottages. J. ii ABTKNS, Bach-
elor P. P., Lake Co., Cal. ■ .>. ■;-..■'-
BLUE LAKES PLEASURE RESORT.
•VTEW : HOTEL, KO'.V OPEN; MA NY NE W
JLi Improvements for the entertainment of guests:
the pavilion built over the water; naphtha launch,
etc.; good fishing and bunting; Address CARL
MEYER, Bertha P. 0., Lake CO. Do not address
KLAMATH HOT SPRINGS,
BESWICK. SISKIYOU COUNTY, CAL., A
noted fishing and health resort. Hot mud and
EPSON BROS., Proprietors.
M.UROSE MINERAL SPRUCS
ILL BK OPEN TO GUESTS THE ENTIRE
-i? year. Waters snre cure for ail stomach and
urinary troubles. Send for analysis and descrip-
tive pamphlet. Address Madrono Mineral Springs,
Madrone, .-nnta Clara County, Cat ■
HOME REST FOR THB SUMMER.
QUMMER BOARD IN SAN JOSE: PLEASANT
O rooms; large grounds; fruit and Sowers. Ad
drees P. O. box -226. ,
HO. HUSTKRS FOR SANHEDRIN
Height*: SO miles from Ukiah: the sports-
man's Mecca ami ladles' rest and delight; wild
picturesque scenery; ice-cold water; over 4000-
-foot altitude: among the pines; saddle-horses,
guides', ect.; best of tables; good beds: hot, cold
and steam baths; city references and particulars
on application; room and board $1 per day. L. B.
KKASiKK. manager; address . sanhedriu, Lake
RIVERSIDE RANCH— ON THE BANKS OP
XV Eel River. 6 miles from Potter Valley, Men-
docino County, round trip, $9 75 from San Fran-
cisco; fiahlnsr, hunting, bathing and boating un-
surpassed. Terms. $7 per week. Excellent table;
mill;, fruit, vegetables raised on the ranch. T. J.
GILLESPIE, Potter Valley, Mendoclno County.
OTEL DEL MAR- ON THE SEASHORE: 20
XJL minutes' ride from Santa Cruz; climate per-
fect; tftbla unexcelled: surf bathing: sailing, row-
ing, fishing; buses meet all ! trains; children, $3
to $5 per week; adults, $9 per week: special rates
to societies ' and families. Address MANAGER
HOTEL DEL MAR, Santa Cruz, C»L, or room 29,
Maze building, 8. F. , :
HOTEL VICTORIA. SONORA, CAL., THE
gem of the mountains, famed for Its equable
and salubrious climate; near nature's won-
derland: altitude 1985 feet; the pleasure and
health seekers' paradise; the accommodations of
the Hotel Victoria will hi found of th» highest,
order: rates $10 to $15 per week. JOHN C. MOR-
BISON, lessee. ■
AT BELMONT, SAN MaTEO COUNTY,
board for summer months: private family;
beautiful grounds; large rooms: 3 minutes from
station: 1 hour Jm city. MRS. HANSEN.BeImonL
IJROOKSIDE FRUIT FARM: FINK SHADE;"
• > plenty milk, cream, chickens and fruit: good
accommodations. > Address Brookslde, Napa.
NITA VILLA. WKIUHTh, SANTA CRUZ
Mountains— Fine family resort. J. - HAE-v
TERS, proprietor. •
-CHEAPEST AND BEST IN AMERICA— THE
\J WEEKLY CALL, sent to any address in the
United States or Canada one year for $1 50, post-
age free. ■
wjf&j&Sßß Mm m
18 THE VERY BESX OXB TO EXAMIN3
your eyes and tit mem to spectacles and Xi/>
glasses wltb instruments of - his own invention
wboMiupenoruy tas not beea equated. - My «<u>
IMihas been dua to the menu «m toy wot*.
VtHoi Hours — 1- to 4 v. a.
THESUCCESSOF THE SEASOS
THE UDIES 1 GEE ROOM
DIRECT ENTRANCE FROM MARKET St
OPEN U3JTII. MIDXIGHT.
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ffiREUEDV CO., SO? Masonic Templed
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BE tail, &SOO,OGO. Worst cases cured In ; 16 9a
■Hto 83 days. • 100-pago book f r«e. •■ . ■ ■ |j
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for Xroman't Safeguard. WILCOX SPECIFIC
CO., 238 SOUTH EIGHTH ST.. PA,