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The Board of. Publip Wprks reicommehd
edto the Board of Supervisors .yesterday
that Ivan Treadwell -and" others fate -grant
ed an extension of one. year's" time' from
August 18 -within: which; to;, complete the
work of : grading" and macadamizing cer
tain streets in the Ashbury. Heights^ dls-
Street .Work;." Time .Extended^
Ronnd-irlrv -transfer "tickets! -on ual« »t
any of our office*, i One trunk Crou/ncT trip),'
M centa. : • Morton .Special ; Delivery; . 40S
Taylor Btreet, &Q Market street.; Oakland
terry depot."- '. : ;>'-': ! • •¦ i •'*..• -. ¦*¦•- *••
Notice to Fa3sengerft.
TO LAKE TAHOE
. The Southern". Pacific announced yester
dajv afternoon' that- excursion tickets- to
Lake. Taho'e . and return- would':-.be placed
on : sale • in. ; . Sarr JFrnnclsco-, ' Oakland and
Alarrieda: . on Monday/ ' Tuesday and
Wednesday, July 2, : 3 "¦ and : 4, for 110-SO.
These tickets will inciude. rail transporta
tion., to'-: the lakfr and Steamer, trip- : aroiind
the. lake, -with- stopover.' privilege at pleas
ure .at any pf i the resorts; As the return
trip may be delayed, until Friday,; July 6,
the- oppdrturtity is afforded- for a four
daj^s' x-isit anywhere -on i tlie';lake: at one
of trie, lowest and most. terhptirig\ excursion
rates : that can reasonably be riiacle by
transportation' companies. ./. • V • . • .-
ANDREW UDEN GETS -.
• r : AN INVOLUNTARY BATH
Thomas and David Crowley Arrested
for Throwing- Him Headlong
Into the Bay.
.Andrew Uden, a sailor on the revenue
cutter Hartley, swore to a complaint in
Judge Conlan's court yesterday for the
arrest of Thomas and David Crowley, the
well-known boatmen, on a charge of bat
tery.. ..They were arrested and released on
$20 cash bail.
The cutter was lying at section B of the
seawall yesterday morning. She is receiv
ing a. new coat of paint, and when Tom
Crowley rowed alongside yesterday morn
ing Uden warned him to look out for the
paint.. Crowley called Uden "a . d— d
Swede," and Uden became belligerent, as
Crowley Is the smallest man on the water
front. While they were arguing Crowley's
brother Dave came alongside in his ga?o
line launch and joined in the discussion
about the paint. Then there was trouble.
"Tom hit me. on the neck." said Uden.
"and knocked me down. Then they both
grabbed me and threw me overboard. I
tried to get on board, but they would not
let me, and I swam to the cutter Golden
Gate and was hauled onto that vessel.
After I had exchanged my wet clothes for
dry ones I went to- the harbor police sta
tion to get the Crowleys arrested and was
advised to swear out a warrant."
G^S ENDED: THE LIFE ;: :
•j dl 6iF RICHARD :WESTPHAL
The Key 'Was Loose and May;' Havs
¦ i • Been' Turned: by ; a' ; " • ; ; ¦;
•' '¦¦.;¦'¦ ¦¦¦. Towel. '¦¦• '."•¦.:¦ ,:'" ':-¦/.
Richard Westphai, an old man who
earned :a scanty livelihood by ''cleaning
windows and doing odd jobs of : gardening-,
was; found dead yesterday in a shed in the
rear of 522 Ellis "'streets The gas. had been
turned. on and Westphai hadleen asphyx
iated. The little . room In which he died
had been his sleeping place for : several
weeks, Mrs. B. J; Whitesldes of. 522 Ellis
street having given him the use of it In
return for his services in cleaning win
dows. : •' • . .¦¦¦-.-.. ••:: ••¦
The fact that he never used the gas
when retiring and that the window was
tightly closed, contrary tohis usual habit,
are indicative of suicide; but the- key of
the gas burner was so loose that the gas
Could be turned on with tho lightest touch.
A towel which Westphai had used in dry
ing his face had been; thrown across the
gas bracket and may have turned the key
of the burner. ¦ ¦ . ¦ ••
Westphai was 75 years old or there
abouts, and was. believed to be a native
of England. The remains were taken to
the Morgue and an inquest will be held: :
Rates for July 4th.
To accommodate those desiring to spend
the Fourth in the country, the California
Northwestern Railroad has established a.
rate of one ¦ fare for the round trip to
points bnit8 line, good going July 3d and
4th and returning July 5th. . This affords
special opportunity for those desiring to
attend the- races at Santa Rosa. '
Parcels From New Zealand.
The Postofnce Department has entered
Into, a parcels, post convention with New-
Zealand, to take effect .to-day. Packages
of - merchandise not exceeding eleven
pounds In wel»ht may be sent to the
United States from- New Zealand through
thq mails.. subject to customs regulations,
the:rate of postage . to be- 12 cents per
pound.. '¦¦]'¦ • •• . .' . ¦'•¦ •• :•
Sale of Land Ordered.
James Porter died in Sonoma three years
ago, leaving a large estate of real and
personal property, and left no will. -He
left no known heirs. In the Probate Court
the Judge found that the real estate was
expensive to maintain and properly man
age; that the orchards and vineyards
could not be leased to advantage because
there was no house> on the land. However,
the lower, court decided that it had no
right to order the sale of the land as re
quested by the administrator, T. G.
Young. The latter appealed to the Su
preme Court, which yesterday directed
that the lower court order the sale. ;
THE large establishment "of; S.'N*. :
Wood & Co. at -71S Market .strjeet-. will,;
be extensively improVefl. Plan^ hayfe.
been .. prepared; by- architects'- which'-,
will result not,. only. Iri 'beautifying . the ;
building exteri6rly on both -Market; and :
Geary streets, but! will also provide: ele
gancies and conveniences ¦ lit- the interior.;
of the building commensurate to the: rapid
and enormous increase of the. business' of
this sterling house: -The
picture Illustrates the . appearance ."of. -.the"
building when: the projected work- shall;;
have been completed; • The,Mar|;et-street:
and Geary-street, froritaees-.will.be siml-;
larly finfshed. Magniticent. plate-glass,
windows will furnish a. flood ..pf . light for,
the great Interior spaces on the two: ftoors. :
Metallic ornaments, will heighten and em
bellish the general effect. -. : .v : ¦¦?¦<¦ -:\- .-ir- ¦ ;
Many thousands ot'dpUars. will- be ex-,
pended, ¦ the purpose- being- to.' brfns "the •
structure fully abreast of th.e general im-;.:
provement of . the .city's: great artery ; of ¦
trade. The interior; will . be; arranged "to ;
add a great department fpr : children "on'
the second floor, .As adjuncts :there : : will - :
be provided ladles' receptjori rooms, a :re- .
ception hall, toilet rc-orris arid lavatprtes.:
Four thousand square feet, of : s.utier|lcial
space will be included' In the : children's',
department. . • ¦ ':¦' :••.••..'•" ¦ ..' J:.'-H ..'•
Electrically lighted arches, beams. in the.
ceiling, handsome paneling -and wainscot
ing, art glass. -a modern . elevator : . and
other accessories will render this- depart
ment one of the handsomest; :-:mosv com-,
plete and brilliant halls of trade --'ih the.
United States and unequaled by, any fstm-;
ilar department west of New York.- ¦ -.. ¦
The explanation of .the improvementsr is'
twofold. The business of S. N. .Wood ¦¦'&'
Co. demands greater facilities, and .these
will be provided. The other reason is ffrat-
this, enterprising "house-. Is determined, in
.• all.:, things to- keep fulljr:. abreast- ¦writh the
advancement. of- Sari Francisco.-; . •- " ¦ ¦" •
¦ -.;.-• The" phenomenal growth : of: the business
.: 61 S.. N.Wood & Co. has been one? of the
: wonders of the ; past few years, in. business?
; circles. ' TheiV' if! r«?t store in- SaCii P.ranciscp:
• M'&$ strictly . wholesale! .^This'. was On-.Plhp
¦:;strfeet.- •¦Grjpwthvcauseqi A removal £q7Bft.s£"
¦; some "street, . ofte'-' of .'severjil*.. pucct'ssjve
;mows, all made. inecesfiary py fQason-of
¦ -p ;ro'g-ress.r; The JSariS'oni.e-street store. Was
:; -.also : a whtSlesale establishment.: and . the
•¦: clothings was irianufactured :in- the Jvew
-, 1'ork factory- "of 'the-.- chouse:.' Ahout six
¦ year? ago. the wholesale, tailoring business
» waiilopened in .a store on Markftt street,
• near?Sans:ome, Snd -there Was the growth
... icustonjary ito tlrts.' wel| r dire.cted:;bual.nes3
-.: th<?re. • A- Dranci. was Qpeiiefl on Mon.tjfQjri-
ery street, and another rat-, the corner ; of
; : Powell and. Eddy: streets. The lattpr store
i is ptHl, dciing'/.a" thriving business. '. :?. .
'; =. .Xiateri-whe'n- the Golden : Rule* -Bazaar
; irempved tq ;the -Parrott . building; .S : . N/
. Wood' & CoV refltterl at: large expense the
;. buflding whicH.-they -how occupy,: at 718.
;i-Ma,rk(|.t. street, and put Jn a full stock- of
1 ¦'¦readj-'-riiade clo.thing- In' flddi'tlon/to their;
¦: .wholesale tailoring -business..- . Sopit after.
. the.y' added- • .three •: departments— hats,:
: men's', furnishihsr goods and •ch.ildfeii'g
' xilpihlnsr.'; Late. Mast, year -they '.fitted. 'up
; . ,thelr;chlldr:en's-,departmen.t on the' second
: -floor, using aU.-the^ space that was th^n
available : .f or .the purpose. Toe popularity
of that move. Has madeianother extension
imper?itive'.'.. • • >;¦ '-¦ •. : 1: •• ' '.' . ' ¦¦ • -.-.
. s;': is*. \Vood. is. thb! : father of thehoti.<5e.
He retired.- from active" duties last ypar.
The Ban • FrahciBco •¦.house has since bt?«n
managed by Meyer:. Wood arid. AJL.. P^y
.sers .while', the IS ew -York house has been
managed by nchja,min/U'6od. . Tordaythe
firm is rnahufactMrtng everything. In men's
suits and pveropats and children's clath
lng>-:.; , '"V -;• .< ;•¦•; - : ¦; ¦: ..' •¦¦..¦
Major Juilliard Succeeds Himself.
Elections : Are Oraered — Many
Changes in First Regiment
: — r-*~. . : :. -.¦ .-.--.;
There has l>ceh a meeting of the oflicers
of the Fifth Infantry and it was decided
that the regimental camp that has been
asked for shwJl be held .in the early part
of. August, and it was also decided that
the July target shoot will be held during
I thi; present wetk. The regiment had at
I the time that it fixed the date for tho
camp assurances thai the commander, in
chief would give his consent for such a
camp, and it. was also stated that there
would lie a brigade camp of the brigade
commamled by General Muller. A. dis
patch from Sacramento, however, has up
pet these placs, for that asserts that the
j commander in chief has decided that
j there art* not to be any camps this year.
Official notice of that announcement has
not yet been received in this city. .:
The headquarters of the assistant ad
jutant general. Lieutenant Colonel J. F.
Hurgin «f the Second Brigade, have been
removed to the California Hotel, and the
assistant adjutant general will enter upon
the active discharge of the duties of his
office about the 16th inst.
Orders, for elections have been issued as
follows: Major Filmer at Company A,
for election of a captain, vice Connolly,
promoted; Major Connolly at Company
.M. for captain, vice O'Neil. promoted;
Major McCreagh at Company B, for cap
1 tain, vice Filmer. promoted; Captain
! Sutliffe at Company D, for captain, vice
j McCreagh, promoted. These elections
have been set for the night of the 10th
inst. in the First Infantry Armory.
Major Desbrqugh will preside at an elec
tion for tirst-and second lieutenants of
Company I, Second Infantry.
Lieutenant Colonel Peeler, who has been
on special duty for several months, has
asked to be •retired.
Lieutenant. Colonel Charles J. Evans,
signal officer on the division staff, has
been • granted thirty days' leave of ab
sence with permission to leave the State.
The resignation of Lieutenant A. de
Tohe of the Fifth Infantry has been ac
Major L. ;W, Juilliard has been elected
major in. the Fifth Infantry to succeed
Thirty-six field ovens of the Donnovan-
Meyers pattern have been distributed to
the Second, Fifth and Sixth regiments, to
the Signal Corps of the Third Brigade and
to troops A, B and C
E. G. Hunt of Company A of the Fifth
and Captain Goodell and Lieutenant Petty
of Company C of the First Infantry, re
cently elected, have passed the examining
board. .- •¦•'•¦: : -.
In penrral orders No. 6 of the First Reg
iment of Infantry the following appoint
ments on thestaff of Colonel Victor D.
Duboce, the regimental commander, are
announced: - : •
Private Walter J. Buttgenbach, Company B.
to tj* battalion perseant major, vice Zobel. dis
charsw<i. Quartermaster Sergeant Henry Le
m<»tyer, Crmpany I, tn be cnlor sergeant; Ser
gfant William P. Maher. Company M. to be
color sergeant, vice Paul and Curran. dis
charged, respectively. Private Geonse Wj Hol
li»t<"r. band, to be chief musician, vice Cassaea,
discharged. Musician John von Staden, Com
pany I. to be drum major, vice Ueardon. dis
charged. Musician Julian Altken. Company A,
to be principal - musician, vice Gibson, dis
charged. ¦ ¦'¦ ¦. ..*...
The following changes In the regiment
are also noted in- orders:
TTpon the application of the commandingr of
1 fleer of Company C, Sergeant James H. Mc-
Knight. Company C, .is reduced to the ranks
for neglect of duty. ••-..: ...'.' . . .
At his own request, approved by his conr
pany commander. Corporal William Hinrglns,
Company.. F, is. reduced to ¦ the grade of pri
At their own request, approved by their com
pany commander. Quartermaster Sergeant John
F. Norton. Sergeant R. J. Dowdall and Ser-
K^ant O. C. Baldwin. Company G, are reduced
to tlie. ranks, and Corporal Victor J. Anderson,
Company G, is reduced to the grade of private
soldier. . : V. .-..,-
I'pon the application of the commanding of
ficer of Company K. Corporal Henry k- Det
rlck. Company K, is reduced to' the- grade of
private soldier at his own request.
, Upon the recommendation of their company
commander the following promotions and ap
pointments are made In Company C:
Corporal Willis F. Unfred is promoted ser
ceant. vice Ross, commissioned eecond lieuten
ant. Privates Frank L. r>oeing and Robert C.
Dunbar are appointed M-rgeants, vice D. E.
and G. E. Lawtnn, discharged, respectively.
I'rivates Frederick W. Held. Frederick F. Car
pon. F"rank J. Kane. Harry W. Fawke, Charles
J. McDonald and Lyndon W. Grant are appoint
ed corporals, vice Hunfi&eker, discharged; Hol
lis, reduced; Harris, discharged: Swltzer. dis
charged: Frederick, discharged; and Unfred,
Cpon the recommendation of their company
commander the following promotions and ap
pointments are made In Comparty F: Corporals
II. W. Doscher and H: I). O'Brien are promot
ed sergeants, vice B. Hawks and B. H. Hawks,
discharged, respectively. Privates William Co
hen, C. St. Clair Cleveland. Gus Gembella and
M. A. Nathan are appointed corporals, vice
Posoher and O' Brlen, promote*! : J. G. Hawks,
discharged: and Hlggins, reduced, respectively.
I'pon the recommendation of their company
commander the following promotions and ap
pointments are made In Company G: Private
Claire F. Knerr is appointed quartermaster
sergeant, vice Norton, reduced. Corporal W.
W. Thompson is promoted sergeant, vice Dow
dall, reduced. Private A. S. Hatfleld Is ap
pointed sergeant, vice Baldwin, reduced. Pri
vates John M. Noonan. William Menzell. James
W. Galbraith. Thomas G. Bantz, Stanley G.
Stewart and George Atkins are appointed enr-
I«orals. vice Thompson, promoted: Anderson,
reduced; Hirst, discharged; Slmmle, discharged,
and to fill original vacancies, respectively.
t'pon the recommendation of their company
commander" the following promotions and ap
pointments are made in Company I: Corporal
Sara J. Glllis is promoted first- sergeant, vice
Corcoran, commissioned second lieutenant.
Corpornls Henry Stolzenwald. Clarence A. Son
and John C. Capnelmann are promoted ser
ceantB. vice Sheahan and Ahlborn discharged,
and to fill original vacancies, respectively. Pri
vates Geortre Sheldon. Henry Castagnino. John
H. Liddle. George B. Xewbury. John Hale and
Ignatius C Salituri are appointed corporals, ¦
vice Stclzenwald and Son promoted sergeants,
Mathewson commissioned first lieutenant,; Cap
pelmann promoted sergeant. Gillls promoted
first sergeant and to fill original vacancies,,
respectively. . - ' .-.¦:; '•• •• .
l.'pon the recommendation, '.of their company
commander the following promotions, and ap
pointments are made in -Company. K: • Private"
Frnnk N. Surton is appointed sergeant, vice
Cohn, (discharged. Privates Walter E: Kemp,.
John H. Markham and Charles J. Mil-nil ..are"
a|>polnted corporals, vice- FIckett, HoeJina -and
Myers, discharged, respectively. '' '•.:'¦". . ..' •
I'pon the recommendation of ' tnefr fompany
commander the following .appointments . are
made in Company L:.. Privates B. Mr- Clancy, •
Thomns A, Marlowe, and Peter J.; Finn are ap-.'
I»olnted sergeants.. vlceV Burlespn, .Grundmen :
and Baird. discharged. : - respectively. ¦ ;:Pri\-atea
D. N. Ropprs. .E.v. II: :Sengstack,- George H.
Koerner. WIlllani.iA, -.Louis and Herman! Q.-
Stindt are appointed corporals. rtc*» Leffmanh,
Coleman. Xralmerarid Krsiae- discharged, and
to fill original vacancy,, respectively:: ; (''-¦' : '¦
Since the iKuance; of: prevjous order
thirty-three men ;.have been: discharged
from the regiment as follows: .On ac
count: of removal.'22;:terrn- expired, -3;- ex-:
empt 6; pood of .the-. service, 2* "¦•¦..•' :: ' .
The : fojlbwinfr transfers to the band of
tb^refriment. are' announced: • p^ivate^
Gene M,. Simpson,' Company A: "Alexan
der. S. ¦¦'. Iypss, ¦ . Cotnpany - ¦ A : Edmund ; L. ¦
AVbrthi- Company:. . B; i John • F. -vliawson, '
Company H.Eugene Harw<>od. Company
I: Asa S..-Trew. Company I; Harry Pay
son. Company- 1: Gu? Foht, Company 1 M;
Arthur :\Vi. 'TZlgeloyr; Company: M.:. : -_ . ¦"• «¦;.
Fifth Regiment Arranges
for the Monthly Target
NO CAMPS FOR
YEAR, SAYS CAGE
Customs Coltector Jackson: made several
promotions and .changes yesterday. Ell's"
A. rHplines was transferred from a $4 per
diem ¦ inspectorship "_; to - the clerkship in
the Custprn-h<>use made? vacant by the ap
pointment : of Samuel, q. Porter as chief
clerk^ in. the tTni ted States ' .Treasury. Mr.
Hdlriieg _.wiii/refc'eiye iri his hew position a.
salary;: of $1400 per ahrium— a: loss to him of
$60. a. year by. the promotion,; but he has
gained by being: taken from: the depart
ment:immediately. under Surveyor Spear
to' the/: area '.:of :. the Collector's direct- and
personal. 1 Influence, and will be thus -In the
line of prt>motloh'toa. better salary and'
easier work. Mr; Holmes was Deputy
Surveyor of the Port for a while and
gave general satisfaction, but he Was de
graded, in -rank. to: make room for Chaun
cey M.: St. .'John,; the present deputy.-' '¦
In Mr. Holmes", place Frank T. Halpln,
guarding inspector,.. vtas' appointed, and
Mr.-Halpin's place has been fllled by the
appointment of C.. J.. Benniriger from the
eligible list. The place of pischarging In
spector "Thomas C: Eager, who has gone
to Cape .Nome on active years! leave of
absencei has been fllled by the appoint
ment of' E. L.. Chaloner, guarding in
spector; ';¦ A.r K. Sheets from • the eligible
Ust> has- been appointed • ifi Chaloner's
place/.- ?'••¦•;.• 5 V." ~"»".;-i?' T ;v. •-'/•¦. : :' : . ¦""-.":- ¦¦ •":'••:*:
; ..The v name '.of .F. A. Suydam has been
dropped from the list after he had served
¦th.e::pr6batipna'ry terjn of six : rriontha. Mr.
Suyda'ni passed 'a' civil- sers'ice examina
tion at Salt Lake. for the position, of clerk,
but.he . was" assigned; to this .city instead;
Mr-.; S-pydam isa cripple .and theauthor!-'
ties -have decM.edVthaLf-. by reason of his
physical Infirmity, he is not able to per
to^rn ..satisfactorily the duties ..of ; ah In
spector: .In. his pfacfe Laurentz Lorenzen
ha^ been appointed.:^ Mr.. I^drenzen is a
veteran of the Civil AA'ar.-: . ' .' • ¦ -.¦¦¦¦ -
<3eorge : - B.. . Edgar has been appointed
ClefH, class- 5, .he having completed hjs
six. months' -probation. -The salary is $1000
per.-yeaii: • ¦¦ ... •.-•.::• .,¦..' .¦¦'¦- . ¦;.-:. ' . ' • " : • .
Inspectors^ Moved fUp. by the Collec
..- j ; tbf,,;6iie Stricken Off and : Sonie I
¦ :.-,-; Vacancies Filled From the ,* •
| '&t}f : ¦¦ ';¦'= Eligible ]IAst:^:- ; -\ U ffi]
Ellia •¦ vHolmes^ Advanced a
. Step in the Line of . ;
; " Promotion. . 1 1 7 .;;..;
IN THE CUSTOM
¦" .There were three deaths during thb voy
age. Frank. Clayton,, a discharged soldier
.end' prisoner, late musician of -.Company
B," Jf metjee'nth Infantry, iwas'.tak«h aboard
at 1:30 p.'.ra. ' JiiJie 1. and died two hours
later.:- Death was : due to -acute. alcoholism
arid exposure. '".?•• ' : . • . • -.' :- .'.¦•»'; • ¦; ¦¦¦"' ¦•¦
.Henry- B.."Bryah,.'-|t paymaster's clerk,
died on June 5 : from s acute .alcoholism
arid Tiephltls. :Lr.- K. Bryan of 19 South
Gdodwln street, .• Rochester,-. N.- Y_ -is- a
relative,- "«.,-. •:..!-: •¦.-..¦.
• -Patrick J.; McMahon ' of Company H,
Twenty-second ; liif ahtry; died J une '¦¦ 26
: -.HospUal ; .r corps.: ;on.-: duty— Hospital Steward
Adam . Korn, . Ac.tlngr .' Hospital Steward .- Joseph
•Fllck.f ActlnK Hospital- PtewardTJieoUore- Dow
dall, ifJriVatee. Joseph -R: Martin,-. . Pascal "VVJ1
liam?.:-Aaron V>V'McN>lt>V: Otto' Slater, Harry
Western, Ge<5rge H; - Schall, Freeborn. S.-Garrl
sbn." ¦¦ ¦ ¦¦'>'•¦¦: :¦:'¦>' -¦"•."•!'/: ' ?.v -. . ¦'•¦•'•:...'
' : 'Sick soldiferB— Sergeant Perelvat Stauffer,-Pri
vates i Richard A./.Wefas.ter.-Jame^ A; McGirk,
Harrjf N.-HauJT,. John ; Gelb : r Jotin- K. JjqhhBcin,
GeorRe W. Tweeddal.eV : John Jensch; Cecil :A.
Graham. Charles Vernon, Henry. H. Hallowtty,
Emery Ha.thaway, ; John ."Lavifhran; Oweris' B.
Stlnson. George L;-:Flckett, :pdward j; Stetson;
Piatrlck J. 'Farker,- Ralph ;C- Thoriias,- >Fr.alnk
Cbnrafl, AValter J\ Wright; Loruis^J. Martin,
Alfred Francis, Thomas ghahanv Omer S.;Mar
chan'd. Louis '•Kehienbpc'k;" ;WllUam"-C.- Morse,
John Crowley, ,'lieei- M.'HacduB,-. .James! J. -Mc-
Grath- .Thoman'Grlffln..' Thomas O'Boncu,' Quar
termaster Sergeant T.-. I>e • Myatt, Sergeant
Thomas Leonard. > Sergeant • John McCSauley,
Corporals- Matthiew: J.;Lohg,l Hans Tprvend,
Enoch Kinser, :'• Michael ¦ C.: No.Ja.ri,. Henry • E.
Breede. CJmrles ; Spu«,ler, .'-Frank ¦ ¦ S. ' Sawdey,
Cook Thomas L.-! S.weBney, ¦ •" . •::.. : ; •: . .
' -atjorge B/Eagan, Walter. C. Rosb, Z.'K.:Mil
l£r U- E: Conrad, L, L.- Loen.and wife, F. A.
Jackson, Y. M. C. A. : C. A. Glunz. V. M; G^ A.
¦ iRed-' Crb?e hursea— Miss : A. Burfell;'\Miss W:
: E. Doiekre'H; Miss M. Murray.. MIhs L. CoakJ.ey..
Miss M. M, Summej- : ,'.illfa Ji. Zeigter, . Ml8R-:C
.Marshalli ••'•:• .'V.; .'= ..:.¦•'•': ' • '. '¦';'¦'¦¦ '
Insane i patleht9*-Lteutena.nt •¦: -Wallace • Hi
Sachelder,- Privates- -Samuel -E; Bannister,
: Jftme« T, ""Cabin-. . William ¦ W.aldOn, - Joseph'
Mitchell,' John Lelaha;'- Ffahk Gullen, William
E. Evi'ing,.. Robert ' Robertson, ;Erwln Wright,
Charles It. Valentin*; Samuel Phillips (colored).
Major C A. Devol, : wife and two children;
Major P. G. -Wood; Twelfth Infantry; Captain
H A. Greene. Twentieth Infantry; Captain w.
T Wood. Eighteenth Infantry; Captain :V. .H.
Bridsman. Sixth Artillery: Captain -William- G.
Watson, Forty-sixth ReKlinent.';U. S.. .V.,-' and
wife; Captain J.M. Arrasmlth.^Thirteentli in
fantry; Captain Charles W. Hobbs. Third Ar
tiller>" Captain. Charles O.:. Woodward, Sixth
Artillery. :'and wlfei; Lieutenant: John. P. Has
son. Lieutenant B. ; :C. .Gilbert. SIxth'-'ArtlUery;
Lieutenant Albert -M. Petite, Surgeon a.'' A.
Seaman, Surgeon -&.. C- 8cheultze, Surgeon O.
W. Roberts- Siirseon-.H. C. Rowland. Surgeon
Charles N". JBarney,: Surgeon' J. M- .-Heller-. (.left
vessel at N'asasakl); Dr. and Mrs. W./M.: S.
Beetle; Mrs. James M.' Belf. Mrs. = Hans Tor
vend; • W. T. Baldwin, A. J; KlrOd, W. U; Han
cock .(XaRfifeakt). ;G. H. BUrnapi H. :tr.-.Colie,
Miss Blanotie. Platt> Mlsn Ilirima Kennedy.' '•'.• ..
The United States transport Sumner ar
rived from the Philippines yesterday
morning. This is her first visit to San
Francisco, and the general public is anx
ious to get a look at: her quarters as she
is said to be the finest vessel of her class
afloat. She made the run form Manila
in 29 days, • via Nagasaki 15 days. She
brought in 50 cabin passengers, 140 dis
charged men and six soldiers in charge of
insane men. Those who came up in the
cabin and the discharged men are;:. .';.
..».-. ..-. ¦;. — -, ; » — .. ,_ ¦. ¦ ..¦
There Were Three Deaths on : ; the
Trip— Vessel Was Quarantined,-. .
but l^ater Passengers :;;
'•¦:;"•• Were: Landed. ¦¦¦¦¦¦. ¦'.
Transport Sumner Arrives
From Manila on Her: K
Maiden Voyage,; U ¦ ;;
'. The barkentirie' Tropic -Bird arrive'tl frorti
.Tahiti .yesterday- aftEr.-.a fair passage- of
•thirty-six. days. /.She brought up the, big
.gest number p-fpasaengers' that has ever
i'come from '. Pa'rJ.e.ete.' '.on', .one.. "VeaSel; 'In
¦oirder, to' accommodate them an extra cab-
In had to -be built ,aba.ft the mainmast,
;and. In that ; flf teep inon ¦ made .their home
jdurlng. the trirj 4 .-. There .•were, over' thirty
"passengers, on' the ¦barkentine"' and "all of
: them are bound- for th'e^Paris- Exposition
: Many of thenr'a-re offlcials whose "terms
¦have "expired;. b"ut all;." are "more than
'anxious :.to. get: back, to, La Belle* France
in order tOsee the wonders, of the jubilee
'year. ¦/¦...-...-;•-¦ .'-v ' : ; : '- ; ..'~ ;;;- -V-:.
Tropic;.; Bird; Arrives.
.-'The' superiritencJent'of; trie railway mail
service RrihounGes that '•; the i'- steamer. R6
anoke .will : leav&;-Seattle for-. Cape. Nome
/on'. July 6-dr. 8,.. carrying ' ..-Uhfteti States
•rhaill. : . Letters : should /be- posted- in this
city :at lpast-.two- daj*s . earlier than the
date, given In:' order to rfeach the Rbanbke
lriitlme,- ¦•'.;• i •¦ c ¦¦¦¦»¦': . : : : ¦ ¦
¦ i The Portland .which had been announced
¦to sail from .Seattle, on.. July .5 for Cape-
Nome, sailed yesterday; her owners hav
ing ¦¦• received, several. Jimperatlve' .''rush",
orders. The Cleveland ¦ will leave. Seattle,
with mall for'- Nome, this evening-. 1 ' •
¦ After the'= departure of -the Roanoke' ho
mal| win lpaVe before July :;20.',. ••; ¦''•¦ . •.• ;
. '. The.^Pacific;' Mail Company's: San ' Bias
has-arrived at Sc&ttle: after'a -very- good
run from, the gold, ttelds. She.- reports the
Falcon, Leslie. D..W; G.: Ii-win; Seven Sis;
te'rs and Valencia at .No: me;; and ; that! the
Humb61dl, r -Roanake .and St. Paul sailed
for the Sound oh June 20-,. The San Juan
•was'spokeri 120 rnilesTfrom Nome and the
bark Mercury ; is reported as. on:.the beach
opposite Anvil City. The Qhio'and Santa
Ana- had: been, released' fr.Qm'quaranttrie
•when.the. San Bias left: :•'' :;¦=:. i ¦¦'.': : .'¦
Mail for Nome,
-. The mail, steamer Moana waa : released
from quarantine yesterday afternoon and
docked at Pacific-street wharf. Among her
cargo is thirty bejxes of «?overelgnSi valued
at . - Chief : Engineer Sinclair quit
the ship as soon as she docked, arid Chief
Engineer McKalg; who" was here some
years ago on the.Mohowal, took his place.
Mr.:. Sinclair is going to make:- his home
in. San Francisco.': Chief McKaig • has "a
host of friends in this. Jiort arid- his return
On. the Mcaria will occasion a joyful re
union •some .night this .week -among the.
marine engineers;. !¦.¦¦= :": : ' ••*• ¦ '.•'•' . ' .' .
The : Moana Released.
.' The Occidental and Oriental Company's
steamer Doric sailed for Hongkong via
Honolulu and Nagasaki yesterday. She
carried neither passengers nor. freight for
Hawaii, but took the following-named in
the. cabin for other places: ... .";.
. For .' Yokohama— ti. '"P." Baldwin,' Miss M. J.
Barrows. Sahaf- Basht, . Mrs. Sahaf Basbi, Mrs.
H. R. Howie. S. W. Cowles,. S. P. Greenstone.
Mrs. S. P, Greenstone, Miss. M. S. Hampton,
Miss HoJI. Dr. John D. Jones, C. XV. Judson, C.
II.' Junker, Miss Grace Vv'..I>earned, Walter Ma^
¦ gee, Mrs. Walter Magee, and Victor Marsh. :
• Kobe— M. O. Andersoriand Y. Sasaki.:- •'• ' •
' N'a£asakl— Mrs. W. B. Gillincham. • '• • .'
• HongkonR— A.. F. .Browri;-vJohn Carroll, CJ A.
Davis, Captain J. G; Green. H. F. B.- Harris '
F. A,' Hesler, V. S. Jackson, H. N. Mickle, C
. H. Miller, G. W. Van Bm nt arid Mrs. F. HV
Willis. ; ¦- V. :• t "• ¦ :.:*:.•';..; :-v :
Dbric Sails for the Orient.
.The transfport Grant is' to get away for
the . PhHlpriiries-.? or China to-day. The
Conemaufjh; with a -heavy -cargo: of jfpn
eral sunpiies and about 200 horses will also
sail;.. Like jthe Grant she will wait until
the -. last, minute, for. instructions from
.-Washington. ' :'. ¦¦¦'-' : '¦': '¦¦'.'¦ '¦ .
: The 224 mariners, for Uncle Sam's ships
brought. by the S<inta Ye are: now quar
tered on the .Grant.. Besides thdpe there
.will- be aboiit-:400 recruits and casuals and
BOOcavalp; -who .will' gp 'out. on thetrans
port, so that in. .all 6ver -1200 officers . arid
men: will leave oh- her .at., noon'. .".' . :. •
Grant Sails' To-Day.
frpm •dysentery; and the foliowing. day' J.
McLaughlJn- of i. Company E, Forty-sixth
Regiment, U.\S..rv\, died of this and valv
ular disease: of the heart. His . nearest
relative, is John McMahon,: 53 Brooks
street, Waterbury, Coni). : . ' ;
The^.Sumrvcr is a floatinsr palace. She
was built at the Brobkl>-n Savy-yard and
cost nearb' ?1.5<J0 r 00<J; The extravagant
furnishings led io. a demand for an official
Investigation by : Congress. The vessel is
hot: as large as the '.Grant and her sister
ships.. She . is. 21S9 ' tons- burden, but she
has all the latest machinery and appoint
ments. Captain iLyrnan- is in command.
The vSumner left -Brooklyn . March 31
¦with KXK) soldiers for Manila; and went by
way of the Suez -Canal..:. She is not a fa3t
boat:;' ¦ ' ' .. . . . ;" . - = ;• '¦¦'¦¦
THE SA^ FRANCISCO CALLv^UND^
IMPROVING HOME OF
BUSINESS WITH ART
S. N: WOOD &CCVS STORE :AS Wli^Hs^ON; ABtt&ib.
Trapp*r'B Oil cures rbeumatlsm and neuralfla
DrusKista, 60c Caak. ; .Richards., "ft Co;, IM Clay.
Ladles' tailor-made suits, silk skirts, far
cipes; liberal credit. M. Rothschild; 528 Sutler.*
CASH OR LITTLE-AT-A-TIME.
Phew Boat* 14. g»a frmei.ss.
FURNITURE COMPANY (Inc.),
1OIT-IO23 MISSION STREET,
A Great Value.
Send live centa In stamps for
postage on new furniture catalog.
THE J. NOONAN
WE ARE LOOKING AFTER THE
LITTLE ONES THIS WEEK.
Oak Cribs M $4.50
(Tie "Best" Tonic)
. . . aM •
I AT COST |
U Owing to the dull season now 5
a upon us. We are accumulat- a
B ing. a large s:oek of rental ¦
¦ pianos. These, together with g
eg a number of samples sent us jj
g from factory, will be closed E
§ out regardless of profit. A g
n better opportunity has never g
¦ been offered. Terms very a
|j liberal. £
| BENJ. CURTAZ & SON, 5
a (6-20 O'Farrell Street. 5
JJ CHICKERING AGLNCY. |
j>SM/£As* DR. PIERCE'S
THIS BELT IS WAR.
• Jv* ranted to be the latest tm-
proved, most powerful and
in all respects the best now manufactured It
any part of tho world. Its equal rtoes not exint
The Galvanometer shows Jts electric current to
be double that of any other. Easily regulated.
Durably Insulated. Latest Improved attach-
ments. Special conductors and electrode*
Double -wire suspensory for men. It will curi
any disease on earth that It Is possible to cur-
with electricity and It cures when others fall"
Buy no belt till you see "Dr. Pierco'a "
•'Booklet Xo. 2." free at office or tent by tna't
for a 2-cent stamp, tells all about It. Address
PIERCE ELECTRIC CO.,
. 620 Market Street.
(Opj>. Palace Hotel> SAX FRAXCISCO
'. Eastern Office— Xew York City.
;¦; .¦;¦.': Dvvli
For qiiietations on; carload shipments direct
from the : Brewery, or ..smaller lots • from
stoekat San Francisco, apply to .,
Royal Eagle Distilleries Cdttipany;
501-503-505 MARKET STREET
TELEPHONE MAIN IO3., ¦[ , ' ! . (GENERAL AGENTS),
i '"--¦¦' v ¦ • -Sari Francisco, Cal.
["'"•"I'vvv •? *i*v.*I**I < *»™4"»"I i *I™I
F?al)st Brewing: Company
5c. Overcoats and
Valises checked treo.
111, 113, 115. 117. 119. 121 POST STREET.
HOTELKEEPERS In the Interior are asked
to : write M : information about aboYe goods.
andthe public generallu should see these
goods at^ once, as theu will find them fullu 30
PER CENT: less than; present prices.
Weliave oiiv hand an extra stock of 78 CASES
of aoods in this department, and commencing
Mbndau, Julu 2d f and continuing during the
entire month of Julu r will offer extraordinaru
values in NOTTINGHAM LACE CURTAINS,
ARABIAN LACE CURTAINS, IRISH POINT
LACE CURTAINS; LACE CURTAIN MATE-
RIALS ¦;, and V FINE WHITE MISSION
blankets; .. ¦ y. €W&*
— OF —
°. Practical • outfit,- [with trlnod,' for- 11.85; cost
$3 35." --Backus' Studio, 11 Geary," photosraphern.*
Who Is Honored by th% Highest U. S. Army.
Nary and Government Officials. .;-¦:
German Expert ODtician
'Graduate N. I. Colloee of Ophthalmology" and
ADMIRAL CtO. DEVVEY
JOIXi IN HOSOT^IS'G MR. MAYERLE.
THE FOT.TiOWINO TESTIMONIALS HAVE
Just beor\ r^celred:
MR. GWk MATrnnLIC. German Expert OpU-
elan.: tO7X<4 Market ytrpel. San Francisco — My
J>"ar P!r: I aro etillusir.ir uith much patlsf-ic-
tior. the glasse* yirj.spnt me at Manila; also.
lh* n<?w on*-s suit my fjes ;>*rfectly. Very
; truly yours. GEO. DEWEY.
From General William R. Shafter.
MB. CEO. MAYEUU:. ?an Francisco— Pear
Sir; Thf passes m«<l<> hy vou received yest*r-
<5ay. I hav«.n»v«r !«>ra>f.«T fitted than with .
This pair. Very truly yours. -.
Wil. K. Ma.inr-Oeneral V. S. V.
Most Convincing Evidence From Rev.
. Father Aug-ustine IlcClory.
It give? me much plf>a?un= to recommend to
¦ the public Mr. Uporfce-Mayr'e'.af. lOTl^j Market
' ftr"ft. Fur. Francisco. Ftnci'.y as a skillful and
exjert ojnirtan. M>' »=!pht bfean to fail in 1^77,
Just tw-enty-thr^<? »«ir»'-«K". and since that
tlm<> I have been wearir.p RlH^ses. I consulted
a jr^minpjit oinician in CMcago, T>r. Holmes.
¦ At •".-Iferent times- since that I have had lenses
: fitted on 4*» PtJ Lcuifs.' Cleveland, O.. and also
tried th» F*:fth-avenue optici.ins in Pittsburgh.
«'h" claim to be araonir the best in their line in i
the country. I do not /hesitate to *ay that I :
-.have met vith ¦ better and more satisfactnrj'
¦ Ttruilz with Mr. Maj<-xle than with any of the
ahovp-nai-ned. who bale much higher preten-
sions. R'-Fp-ctfully, ¦ . ¦'¦ ', .. ¦ . "• .
FATHEH KVGVSttKE McCI>ORT. O.F.M.
Ft. Boniface's Church,- lli G«.!den Gate ave.,^.F.
;¦:; Far Exceeds Them All.
MR. GRO. MATEKI.K. P. F. Cal.— Dear Sir:
Tour Klafses are exoeJlent. I have had to wear
pla«<-es ever since I was a litile boy. ' I liave
b«i:«:ht plasses from many txt»ert opticians. ,
both in EnRland anil in the. I'n.ted states, but j
it pives me much plf-asure to state that your
glasses far extwi them all- . . I shall do all I
can to recommend them. Y^urs very truly,
REV. ALFRED WICKS.
Pastor of Methodist Church.
Doctor E. T. Barber Discarded All
ME^OEORGE MAYERLE-Pfar Slrr In reply i
: to your letter would say that the gla?v« 1 pur- I
chased from you last fall give me better t=atis- |
Tactum . and ' more comfort than any ' others I j
have. U5*>d: in fact, after uslnK them for a few !
days I DISCARDED -*L.L. -OTHERS; -and would i
not now be without them. R<>Fpe<-tfulJy,
E. T. BARBER. M. D..
534 Firteer.th at.. Oakland, Cal.
: ; A Reporter Convinced.
Numwus inquiries made by The. Bulletin re-
porter emnnj those who wear Mr; Mayerle's I
rf eularly showed clearly that in each I
case t*ri>ct satisfacttnn tiaa been given, and i
this fart applied io NfMEROUS COMPLICAT- I
EI> CASKS-— < Extract 'ram the S. F. Dally
Bulletin. March: ll'th, 1S33.) .- ,.';
Many Similar Testimonials.
The American Authority
On rr.aners of sanitation and fcygtene. "The i
American JourraJ of Health," says: • "George i
Mayerle's iat»Ft an^l tn<st linproved method in '
examimnic ana cr.rrectlnK rnr.st :cojnrllcated '
rasf-ji uf defe<-tlve Eye-Pljfhf h'as 'been approved i
by the highest : authorit'>«.""-F.xtract from |
"The American Journal of IJeaJth." New Ycrk,
October 1st. 1SSS. . ; ;_ ___. •:
Consultation. Examination and
<^pen Eveninry until J. ;;
GEORGE MATEUI.E, German Expert Opti-
cian. VHVi Market ' street inear Seventh), San
Francisco. Cal. (See City JJirectory for Eve
Specialists.) - "
Hew Methods in Fitting Glasses by-
Glar«ef! pent through mail '-need not be paid
for until tried at Express Office.
GERMAN EYE WATER BY MAIL 50c.
(CUT THIS OUT.)
Attention »» invited to a epecial sale of i
DRIVING WAGONS, j
\%> have recelvefl this month nearly one I
bundred tiew thtngs in PNEUMATIC TIRE
TJICTCLE GEAR . WAGONS. v with wire
wheelE and with wood hub wheels. These
¦Karon?; are a WWli, an<l dur Etexrk Is
snore comijlete that ever, at j)rlc<?s ranging
From $130 Upward.
:-We show the finest things built In Pneu-
tnat'.c Wagnn?, and at rriceg which have
not been €-Qualed heretofore.
.: .-.'. ¦¦/: This is a Special Opportunity.
STODEBAIET BEOS. 1
: Market and Tenth Sts.
••i L. F. WEAVER, Manager.
'-._..- CATALOGUE? FURNISHED.
4^- Room Furnitura
US FOR $9§, .;¦¦'; g 1
CEDnOOM-neflrooni set. ' " ' pieces, hardwood-
1 rood \V!re Spring. 1 food Top Mattress, l
PAKlV>It-5 piecw Oak or Mahcgany Uphol-
niNING-HOOM-l HanJwood Extension Table
6 Oak Chairs. *
KITCHEN— 1 Patent Table, I No. 7 Stove, 2
. : C i.fiirti. ¦'¦¦.'¦-¦ ' ; • .'..'..(.';* -..-¦¦
No extra charre on credit.
: —MAKE YOrit OTO TERMS. — .
EASTERN OUTFITTING CO.,
21310-112 Stockton St., Near Broadway.
';• '";'¦' Open Evenings.
Kew western hotel,
K EA^ NT AKD WASHINGTON' ETS.-RE-
" modeled «n<J renovated. KINO. WARD &
CO. EncMM plan. Hooms. £0o to II 50 day:
** *<> « wetk; is to jm month. Free baths; hot
ana pcia water every room; fire crates la «very
room; elevator rum ail nlrht.
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