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ON THE SPECIAL
FOR ST. LOUIS
Delegates and Alternates for
the National Con
vention.
LEAVE THURSDAY NEXT.
Union League Club to Dine the
Delegation To- Morrow
Night.
LARGE BANQU£T INDICATED.
Many Representative Republicans Will
Attend— General Backus to
Preside.
To-morrow evening a dinner will be
given by tbe Union League Club to the
members of the Republican delegation to
the St. L< aia National Convention. Al
ready fifty members of the club have sig
niheil their intention to be present and
tbe acceptances from delegates and alter
nates number nineteen, with others to
hear from. The invitation is extended to
alternates and contested delegations as
■well as to the Tegular delegates. The list
of acceptances embraces the names of
John D. Spreckcl?, George A. Knight, W.
\V. Montague, Frank D. Ryan, Dan T.
Coie, E. C. Voorhies, 'William Cluff. Hervey
Lindley. A. B. Leiumon, Frank 11. Shorb
and C. M. Belsbaw.
It is probable that a meeting of the dele
gates will take place some time to-morrow.
As far as can be ascertained the special
train from San Francisco to St, Louis,
leaving Thursday morning, will not carry
many passengers other than the delegates
and several alternates. The coaches
assigned to the delegates will be hand
somely decorated. Dan T. Cole, delegate
from the First Congressioual District, is
looking after th» decorations and pre
sumably attending to the supply of ice
and Shasta water.
Some of the delegates would lite to
have a meeting to-day or to-morrow, in
order to ascertain definitely whether all
tne supplies required for a journey so long,
so dusty and so warm have been pro
cured. Assurance has been given, how
ever, that Mr. Cole knows by past experi
ence of summer travel to National con
ventions what is most needed and how
the needful should be stored and served.
Should anything absolutely required be
missing when the train goes the Harbor
Commissioner's lot will not be a happy
one.
Brooke 4 a well-known sign-painter, has
painted for the train four banners,
each seventy feet long. Each banner
bears a large picture of William McKinley
and the coat-of-arms of California. The
lettering will indicate that the delegation
is Republican, hailing from California and
speeding to St. Louis.
Since the wires announcett to Eastern
readers the names of the delegates elected
by California every member of the delega
tion has received letters and dispatches
ealore, asking for bis Presidential prefer
ence, ni* views on the silver question and
foreign immigration. One New York
paper has requested delegates to send en
typewritten copies of prepared speeches,
agreeing that speeches so supplied in ad
vance will not be published until they are
spoken in the convention.
A.S George Stone, president of the Union
League Club, is an alternat«»-at-large and
refore to b« one of the puestsat the
club banquet to-morrow evening, the
agreeable duty of pre-iding will devolve
upoo General Samuel W. Backus, ex
president of the organization.
A Sunset limited train, consisting of
four nuuble drawing-room Pullmans, one
uining-car and one composite car, will
carry the Republican delegates to St.
Louis. The appointments of the special
are complete. In style and general equip
ment for personal comfort tbe train rep
retantc the best of modsrn features on the
rail. W. D. San born of the Burlington
route will personally manage the exhibi
tion. The highest speed Is not contem
plated.
The start will be made irora the ferry
on, foot of Market street, at 10 a.m.
'lhurdday. The lirat atop of any conse
- will be made at Glenwood Springs,
v m., Juiir 13. Tbe special is
.iled to arrive at St. Louis, Monday,
Jun« J5, at !<:^o a. m..
Among the passengers booked for the
fx\ edition' are:
John I). HprocHeis, Dan T. Cole, W. W, Mon
tegue, <». a. Hale, K. C. Vooraen, C. M. Bel'
Kh«w, Jaei.U 11. Sett, A. B. Ummon, William
• luff, >V. H. MrKiuriut, Georpe Stone, C, K.
McClatchy, Frank 1). Ryan, Frank H. Short,
Hervey Undley, J. A. Wnymire, Tuoraaa Flint
Jr., Justice Garroutp, State Supreme Court,
William KorEythe of Fresno, A. H. Hickheiiuer,
(.eurtfe A. Kn'iebt, J. M. Cleaves, D. K. Knignt,
W. K. Pond, L. A. Sheldon, H. Z. Osborne,
Kranlt A. Miller, Charles A. Gardner and T. J.
Held.
L,ieutenar.t-Governor Thomas Flint Jr.
will be a candidate for re-election to the
ritate Senate from tne district embracing
Monterey and San Benito counties. The
neglect of Lieutenant-Governor Flint to
attend the meetings of the State Board of
Regents has been observed. Mr. Jeter of
Cruz, who was appointed Lieuten
ant-Governor by Governor Budd, has been
attending the sessions of the Board of
Uegentsrecently and participating in the
proceedings^
WAR OF THE DOCTORS.
Coroner W. J. Hawkins Has the
Body of Jens W. Sonderup
Exhumed.
Protest of Dr. Kuhlman, Who Sought
in Vain to Cover a Technical
. Point.
Coroner Hawkins yesterday ordered
that the body of Jens W. Sonderup, who
died April 15, be exhumed from its resting
j.lace in Odd Fellows' Cemetery.
Tlie purpose of the diainterment of the
bony was to hold another inquest. A jury
was impaneled yesterday afternoon and
viewed tbe remains, and the time for the
continuance of the inquest was fixed for
to-morrow afternoon.
Dr. Charles Q. Kuhtruan, who an
nounced his intention yesterday of bring
ing suit against Coroner Hawkins for $75,
-000 damages to offset indignities which he
asserts he underwent in the attempt of the
Coroner to commit him to jail for refusing
to Ustify at the previous inquest in the
Sonderup case, has been again summoned
to appear and testify.
When aeked laat evening what he was
going to do about ttre summons Dr. Kuhl
man said :
"I suppose the Coroner will attempt to
put me in jail apain, for I shall not tes
tifiy. I think, instead of appearing at the
inquest, mat I shall pay no attention to
the summons at all. 1 regard this second
attempted inquest as illegal as well as the
first, and in addition I depreciate desecra
tion of the ;jrave of a man who has been
dead and buried for weeks. My opinion is
that the disinterment of the body and this
second inquest are all done in the interest
of the Southern Pacific Railroad Com
pany to get evidence for use in the suit
the widow Sonderup has brought against
tbe octopus for $10,000 damages for caus
ing the death of her husband."
LADY WRITERS` CHANCE
Mrs. Addie L. Ballon Appointed by the
Tennessee Exposition to i xhibit Cal
ifornian Ladies' Literary Products.
The Tennessee Centennial and Inter
national Exposition, which opened May 1
for six months, has decided to place on
exhibition the published and manuicript
works of the prominent literary women of
all the States in the Union.
For this purpose persons have been com
missioned in each State to select an assist
ant and form a committee to take the
matter in hand.
A few days ago Mrs. Addie L. Ballon of
this City received a communication from
Mrs. Ann E. Snyder, the chairman of the
literary committee of the woman's board,
stating that she had been appointed, sub
ject to her consent, to carry on the work
in California.
Mrs. Ballou at once signified by letter
her willingness to collate the works of Cali
fornia's female authors, and received very
I courteous thanks. Then she appointed
j Mrs. Elizabeth Sloper as her assistant.
The unpublished works of the Golden
I State's lady authors are to be collected,
j type-written and daintily bound. Those
i already known to the California public
; turoush !he medium of the newspapers,
: magazines and periodicals, will be pasted
in dainty scrapbooks, with the author's
| name neatly emblazoned upon the cover.
j Books will also be gathered together and
i sent on at once.
Both ladies are enthusiastic over their
pleasurable task and declare that they
h.tve already run across many beautiful
literary genv^
WILL PURCHASE A FARM
The Presbyterian Orphanage Has
a Large Scheme on
Hand.
An Old Ladies' Home and Rest Cot
tages for Weary Girls From
the City.
A philanthropic scheme on a large scale
j will shortly be inaugurated by the San
i Francisco Presbyterian Orphanage and
F.irm. It is intended to purchase a beau
tiful tract of thirty acres in the suburbs of
San Kafael and build a much larger or
phanage than the Gilbert House, which is
already rented by the Orphanage Associa
tion. There will also be built on the tract
of land neat cottages for eirl workers in
the City, fresh-air cottages for children
; from tbe slums and an old ladies' home.
The land is already selected, but the
! board is not desirous of naming it pub
licly till the title has been found to be
i yatiffactory and the land has been found
to be well watered. At the regular
monthly meeting, held yesterday after
noon and presided over by Mrs. P. D.
Browne, the subject was thoroughly dis
cussed and great enthusiasm was ex
pressed.
Eight of the lady members of the board
pledged themselves to raise $100 each, and
as $400 is alreudy in hand it was resolved
that this was sufficient to authorize the
opening of negotiations with the owner of
the farm, and a committee of two was ap
pointed to examine the title and report on
Saturday. It was stated at the meeting
that as soon as the board resolves to pur
chase euch an active canvass for funds will
be inaugurated that the sum needed to
complete the amount will soou be in
hand.
A lady, who desired her name to be sup
pressed, announced through one of the
members of the board yesterday that as
soon as the farm ia purchased she will do
nate $600 toward founding an old ladies'
home in connection with the orphanage,
and it was resolved to accept her offer and
inaugurate one. The home will differ from
moat other institutions of the kind, as no
initiation fee will be asked. Old ladies
will be required to pay $10 a month for the
privilece of remaining in the home, but
they will be able to come and go as they
please.
At present the orphanape in the Gilbert
House is saaly crowded. Therelare sixty
nine children and i. was resolved to limit
the number to seventy on account of lack
of accommodation. This is one of the
reasons for the desire to acquire the farm
end commence building immediately, as
donations of lumber ior all building pur
i poses have been promised, and the ladies
beli> ye that they have enough promises of
furniture to fit out the orpnanage and the
old ladies' home. At present the orphan
ape is badly in need of donations of gra
ham meal, flour and groceries.
In connection with the Gilbert House et
San Rafaei a charming cottage is now
ready for young girl worKers in stores,
i etc., who want a country outing but can-
I not afford to go to a farm. A fee of $3 a
month will be charged for rooming at the
co;tai?e, but the girls wiU be expected to
provide their own meals, cooking accom
modations being provided. The kinder
garten cottaee being closed for the sum
mer will be turned into a fresh-air cottage,
where poor chi.dren from the City w o
are in need of a little country air will be
taken care of by a matron and boarded at
the orphanage.
Mrs. P. D. Browne oM 165 Jackson streeet,
Oakland, and Mrs. \\. B. Noble of San
Rafael are making an active canvass to
raise funds in order t at the farm orphan
age may be inaugurated without any debt.
BREAKS THE TIME LIMIT
A Sacramento Contractor of City and
State Street Work Accused of
Violating the Ordinance.
A communication was received at the
Labor Bureau yesterday by Commissioner
Fitzgerald from James Fletcher, atatirrg
that the contractor in Sacramento who
was doing the work of paving the streets
for the city and the State is working hia
men ten hours a day, and will not employ
any man unless he works that number of
hours, and that the contractor evades the
law by hiring his men dv the hour.
The letter further states that the eight
hour law was passed through the efforts
of the labor union, and that this man is
defying the law, even while working
around the buiiding in which the law was
passed.
The writer is anxious to know why the
Governor does not stop the matter, and
says it was exposed in the Sacramento pa
pers and that the writer intends bringing
it before, the union.
Mr. Fitzgerald intends making an inves
tigation of the charges set forth, and seek
to remedy tiie evil.
An Insurance Suit.
Ann E. Reavis and the representatives of D.
W. Reavis' estate were yesterday sued by C.
W. (lark for $'J3,286 25 due on notes. Clark
pray* that two insurance policies on the lite
of I). W. Reavis, deceased, be held as security
lor whatever judgment he may recover.
Gkockbß' Picnic to-morrow, Schuetzen Park,
San RafaeL *
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, TUESDAY, JUNE 9, 1896.
ST. LOUIS' DAY
MAY BE SHORT
Ex-Senator John B. Allen
Predicts That for the
Convention.
HIGH TARIFF WANTED.
All the Pacific Coast States, He
Says, Are Undoubtedly
ior It.
THE FEELING ABOUT SILVER.
The Steady Rise of One of the Best
Known Men in Washing.
/ ton.
Among the noted arrivals at the Palace
Hotel is ex-United States Senator John B.
Allen, of tne State of Washington. Ex-
Senator Allen has long been one of the
conspicuous men of the Northwest.
He was three times appointed United
States District Attorney for the Territory
of Washington, first by Grant, then by
Garrield and finally by Arthur. After
ward he was elected delegate to Congress,
but as the election was in March, and as
the State was admitted to the Union a few
months thereafter, before Congress could
meet, he never took a teat in it.
But he took a higher place. He went to
the Senate and served out tho term of
something over four years. Both Senator
Hearst and Senator Stanford were there
when he took bis seat, and he served with
them then till their death and afterward.
Mr. Allen is here on land business. He
has three cases in the United States Court
of Claims, and will probably be here for
some days.
"My opinion of the St. Louis conven
tion," said he, "is that it will be brief. I
think the delegates will get down to busi
ness speedily, and that the country will
soon know what they want.
"If it were a matter of the tariff alone
the convention would be even shorter. I
take it that pretty near everybody now
wan ts a tariff. Certainly all the Pacific
Coast States aie for a UriYf. The East has
long been for a high tariff, and even in the
States aiong the Mississippi River now
the majority of the people seem to want a
tariff, and with an inclination toward a
hisrh one, too.
"The country, it may be said, is united
on this question.
"When it comes to the money question
the situation is different. It is my opinion
that as regards silver all of the Pacific
Coast States stand about the same. They
are friendly toward it. I noticed Cali
fornia at the recent Republican State Con
vention indorsed it strongly.
"1 think the sentiment for it among the
people is about the same in California, Or
egon and Washington. lam unable to de
tect any difference.
"Is there danger of a split at St. Louis
on the money question ? I hardly think
so. A convention is so powerful, usu
ally, that it sweeps things like the roll
of the tide at tne beach. I do not look for
any split. I don't think there will be a
chance lor it.'
Senator Allen ia a tall, robust man, with
gray eyes and a florid face, and appears
little over 40 years old. He went to Walla
Walla, in Eastern Washington, as a youth,
was at length admitted to the bar there
and built up a large practice. Since retir
ing Irom the Senate he has removed his
home to Seattle, where be is now practic
ing law.
He says Washington is improving in
business, though not rapidly.
CHEAP YET VALUABLE.
State Development Committee Publish
a California Climatic Slap.
The topographical and climatic map of
California, which is being published by
the State Development Committee for
eratuitous Eastern distribution is out.
As a work of art it is highly satisfactory
and it brings out the topographical fea
tures of the State as though they were in
relief. It is 22x28 inches in size. The
price fixed for each is 5 cents, which
covers the cost of printing, etc.
In addition the committee have col
lected and compiled at considerable cost
many thousand names of bankers, real
estate agents, teachers, attorneys, mer
chants, farmers and others who n.ight be
interested in learning more about the
State and its wonderful resources.
NEW TO-DAT.
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without the least - exposure, change of diet, or
change in application to business. The medicine
contains nothing that is of the least injury to the
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bottle.
THE BARTLETT
SPRINGS
TTAVE THE MERITED REPUTATION OF
•*-*■ being one of the wonders of the world, and
seekers of pleasure and lovers of sightseeing, as
well as those in search of hkaltu, will be well
paid by visiting them.
The Finest Summer Climate In Cali-
fornia.
LARGE NEW SWIMMING TANK.
A Positive Cure for Rheumatism, Liver,
Kidney and Stomach Troubles.
TERMS 810 TO SI S PER WEEK.
Two Routes to the Springs, S. P. Co. autl
S. F. and N. P. way.
Address all correspondence to BARTLETT
SPRINGS COMPANY, 22 Fourth street, ij. 8,, or
Bartlett Springs, Lake County, Cal.
PACIFIC CONGRESS SPRIMS.
THE LEADING SUMMER and WINTER
RESORT IN CALIFORNIA.
lOCATKD IN A CANYON OF THE SANTA
J Cruz Mountains, convenient to San Jose, amid
most enchanting scenery, about 1000 feet above
sea level. No fog, no mosquitoes; all sunny rooms,'
with a frontage of 450 feet south. . ■ ■ -
I'IKK BPKINS or the celebrated. CONGRKSS
SPRING MINERAL VVATKK of the alkochaly-
beate class; very valuable for table use, dyspepsia,
liver and kidney troubles, rheumatism, gout, skin
and nervous affections. Indorsed and recom-
mended by all leading physicians.
HOTEL AND COTTAGES, (ESPECIALLY DE-
SIGN F.li FOR HKAIJI'H AND COMFORT.
ALL modern improvements; electric bells, tele-
phone and telegraph: good stables.
RATES, *10 to *15 per week: only ly, hours
from San Francisco, via 8. P. Railroad. Write for
particulars. J. F. PFKTCH, Saratoga, Cal.
/ — hjT~\ T' 10 Beautiful
• HOTEL
€Hi§§> VEHDOIE
SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA.
Never did this popular resort look more inviting
than now. Newly pain 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.
PARAISOIu
**• health.rest.pleas-
lire, climate, accommodations, scenery, flower
beds, cleanliness, table, hot soda tub and plunge
baths, hot sulphur tub and swimming tanks, mas-
sage treatment, banting and listing, children's i
playground, croquet and dance hall for families. ;
Paralgo stands unsurpassed in the Mate. Plenty !
enjoyment for young and old. Take train Third I
and Townssnd streets. San Francisco, 8:15 a. m.
dally, for Soledad; Return-trip ticket, I*B. Seven
, milts by stage. Telephone and Pnstoflice. For
j illustrated pamphlets and special inducements for
1896, address R. ROBERTSON, Manager.
MPA SODA SPRINGS,
California's Famous Mountain Spa!
avk You Bken Thebk Lately?
1000 feet above Napa Valley. Climate unsur-
passed. Views magnificent. Table supplied from
I orchard and ocean. Weld and farm. Hot and cold
I Napa Soda water baths. Telephone and PoHtomce.
Burros to ride. Bowline alleys, tennis, croquet,
swings and hammocks. New improvement* every
1 year. Gas and running water in every room. Re-
lief for asthmatics. WARM WATER SWIM-
-1 MING TANK. Aw ideal summer resort. Chil-
dren's paradise: mothers' delight; husbands' rest.
Address AND RE W JACKSON, Napa Soda Springs
P. O. ■■• - ■•■ ■_^ •■ • _^_
when !!I»fIAH
VISITING «JIVI/\n
STOP AT THE
PALACE HOTEL.
W. H. FORSE & SONS, PROPRIETORS.
miIJS ISTHE NEWEST, LARGEST AND BEST
1 hotel in Uklab, and it is headquarters for
tourists.
Stages to all resorts and other place* arrive at
and depart from this hotel. Free bus to and from
all trains. Baggage transferred free of charge.
LAUREL DELL,
PLEASANTLY LOCATED ON LAUREL DELL
i- Lake; new hotel, new sanitary provisions. It
Is now one of the most attractive outing places in
Lake County. Rates *8 to $12 per week. Uoatlua
and bathing free. Brine your bathing suits. Ad-
dress H. W.vMBOLU, Bertha.P. P.. Lake Co., Ca!.
SARATOGA SPRINGS,
I' ARE CO.-MOST BEAUTIFUL SUMMER
J resort In State: 8 different springs: good Ilsh-
ing and hunting; accommodations first-class; rates
$10 per week ana upward: table unexcelled; hard-
finished rooms and cottages. J. MARTENS, Bach-
elor P. P., Lake Co., Cal.
HOTEL EASTLAND,
Mill Valley, Marin County, : *
\yOW OPEN. A BEAUTIFUL" SUMMER RE-
IN sort. MRS. J. J.CULLEN, Prop.
I HAVE BEEN TO A. B. flcriATH'S;
HUNTING, • FISHING. . BATHING AND
camping out wit 11 the boys, and never had
: such » good, time before in* my life. Completely
1 forgot I was ever anything but a boy, and, feel like
; going into business again. I tell you that is the
1 place to go to have a real good time and complete
I change. For particulars address A. B. McM ATH,
Hullvlile, Cal. ISiii&i
HIGHLAND SPRINGS;
On the Border of Clear Lake,
LAKE COUNTY, OAL.
DO YOU ENJOY A SUPERB CLIMATE,
dancing, lawn tennis, croquet, billiards? Do
you like fine bathing, boating, hunting and fishing?
Do you need recuperation and rest afforded by over
thirty kinds of mineral springs? bhortest stage
route into Lake County.
All this and more can be had at Highland
(springs. • r;v?n-: ■
New hotel. Finest dining-room north of San
Francisco.
From San Francisco It costs only $8 for the
round trip, and the hotel rates are 81 50 to $2 90
per day or $10 to $1(5 pur week. Take the 8. F.
and N. P. Hallway via Pieta, thence by a short de-
lightful stage ride. J. CRAIQ, Manager.
i-au Francisco office, 316 Montgomery st. -
YOUR VACATION <
Where Shall You Spend It ?
Go where monotony is impossible,
where you may mingle with the lieht-
hearted social throng, or bask in the sun-
shine by the surging sea, or stroll under
the shade of the majestic redwoods!
THE SEA BEACH HOTEL,
SANTA CRUZ, Cal.,
Now under the proprietorship of MR.
JOHN B. 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.
••Absolutely the finest fishing in the West."—
Forest and Stream. ■ • • •
LAKE JTAHOE.
TALLAC HOUSE.
THE SUMMER RESORT OF CALIFORNIA.
The entirely new hotel open; ibis season. Hotel
and grounds lighted by electric lights. All modern
Improvements, lutes $15 to $21 per week.
Tahoe Inn, Tahoe City.
OPEN UNTIL NOVEMBER 1.
RATES $10 TO $14 PER WEEK.
Great reductions in fare toiallac this season.
The steamer " Tallac " carries its patrons fret* of
charge to and from all points on Lake Tahoe.
Hound trip ticket irom San Francisco. Oakland,
San Joae, Lnthrop Stockton. sl6; Sacramento.
$13 50; f-anta Barbara and Los Aneeles, $33 50.
Buy ticket to Tahoe City only, thereby saving
63 on trip.
M. LAWRKNCE & CO., proDrietors.
Send for Illustrated circular,
For route and further Information inquire of
Southern Pacific Company's ticket office.
TWO HOTELS AND COTTAGES.
Under cue Old Management
ON AU.-TIN CREEK, IN Till. SONOMA
Redwoods, N. P. C. K. R.. via Bausalito ferry.
Train leaves at 1:4). Hotel Cncadero rates, $10
to $14 per week; Elim Grove Hotel rates, «6 to 88
per week; teats, $3 to $5 per week, (send for cir-
cular.
. C. F. BURNS, Proprietor,
Cazadero, Cal.
SODA BAY_ HOTEL.
SODA BAY, SITUATED ON CLEAR LAKE,
is most Dlcturesque. soda Spring is famous for
the vast volume of delicious soda water which
It throws out daily, amounting to ove ; 1,000,000
gallons. Hunting, fishing, boatinsr and swimming
are unsurpassed anywhere. A tine liar has jus:
been opened. The table is supplied with the very
best the market affords, and the comfort and wel-
fare of all guests carefully looked alter. Free
camping grounds. A coach will connect with th«
daily stage from Pieta and Highland springs,
Adams, sultrier, Blue Lakes and Saratoga. Fare
from San Francisco. $5 50; round trip,. 11). Spe-
cial rates for families. <*• B. WYATT, proprietor.
Soda Bay. K*>isey ville, Lake County, Cal.
CAMP TAILOR, HOTEL AZILEA, ,
Tocaloma, Bertrand's Hotel," Hariri Co., Cal.
FIRST - CLASS ACCOMMODATIONS: DE.
lißhtful climate for camping; dancing pavilion,
croquet and lawn tennis; tine trout fishing, bath-
Ing and swimming; splendid drives to Bear Val-
ley; postofflCß, express, telegraph ' and livery at
both hotels; terms $8 and $li! per week.
VICTOK W. KRAI'Ss, Manager.
JOS. F. BE XT RAND, Proprietor.
City office, 112 Taylor st. ; Fridays, 2 to 4 p. m. "
SEIOLER SPRINGS,
L iK» COUNTY.
"POPULAR HEALTH RESORT. OPEN THE
-L ' year round. Telephone connections. Round-
trip tickets at Southern Paoifc ollices, $10; special
conveyance daily. For inforn address JOHN
BPAULDINQ. aelgler Springs, Lake County, CnU
EL BONITO HOTEL
TVTOW OPEN J TO TOURISTS FOR TUB
xV season: salt and fresh water bathing, hunting,
fishing and boating; redwood grove, etc.: term*
reasonable. G.W.MORGAN.'
Duncans Mills, Sonoma Co.,CaL
URIAH STABLES AID STAGE COMPAQ
W H. MILLER, PROPRIETOR, ueODTCRX-
»»■ • outs for commercial men, tourist and fislilne
parties a specialty. < State street, adjoining Palace
Hotel, Ukiah, Cul. , Vichy Springs stage mcc a all
trains. Daily stage for 1 lue Lakes, Laurel Dell,
.Saratoga Springs and Upper Lake.
»— I — l 1 — 1.1 iv» 1 j ... ■ . ■■ - ) '■" •-■■■■_ ; —
SUMMER BOARD SEAR GILROY.
APLEASANT.HOMELIKE RESORT: ELE-
pant climate, fishing, hunting and soenery.
Low price. -. • ■"■ ...
. Terms of W. T. TBOMBLY, Gilroy.
WHITE OAK FARM,
•\TEAR CLOVERDALE-SPECIAL ATTES-
iX tion given to table: terms $7 per week. ; .for
particulars address W. H. HI ATT. Cloverdale, C al
2t/hen writing for further particulars io any of tha health or
(Pleasure (Resorts in these columns kindly mention the C<7{jCjC.
GILROY HOT SPRINGS
A Place Where the Invalid Can Surely
Regain Health— Where the Tourist
May Kegale Himself Upon
Magnificent and Picturesque Scenery,
Where the Summer Pilgrim May Find
Rest, Refreshment and Relaxation.
1 Mecca for the Annual Seeker After
Repose and Recuperation.
A Rural Retreat, Where the Adjacent
Hills Are Clothed in • itrmenis
of Matchless Glory,
Where the Ogre Malaria Never tiffs His
Ghastly Head and Where the Waters
of. Healing Pour Freely From
•Nature's Own Fountain.
TAKE 8:16 A. M. OB 2:20 P. M. TRAIN FROM
1 Third and Townsend streets, 8% hours from
ban Francisco. Fare, $7 15 for round trip.
Bfg~ Stage connects with train from Third and
Townsend streets. S ,;v .
ROOP & SON, Proprietors.
SASVTA CITALIM ISLAND.
Augmented Attractions for Season 1896.
TTNEXCELLED FISHING, DELIGHTFUL
U coast excurs.ons, tally-ho staging, wild goat
| bunting, bathing, boating, horseback riding, dan-
cing, pyrotechnic displays, water carnivals, grand
concerts every day after June 6. Popular Hotel
Metropoie now open, Island Villa In July.
For full information, illustrated pamphlets ana
rates, apply to
WILMINGTON* TRANSPORTATION' CO.,
'Iii South Spring st., Los Angeles, CaJ.
SANHEDRIN HEIGHTS.
Li. B. Frasier, Manager.
Over 4000 feet elevation among the pines. Na-
ture's Game Preserve. Beautiful scenery, purest
air, coldest water, good shooting; fine trout fish-
ing near by; regular mall; table supplied with the
best in the market; vegetables from cur own gar-
den; good home cooking and home comforts; ac-
commodation from 20 to 80; season opens June 1,
Distance and fares— Buy round- trip ticker, $12
(unlimited), at office of 8. F. and N. P. Rnllroaa.
Rail to Uktan, thence by BerryhtUs popular stage
line via Potter Valley to > i anhedrin. Boom and
board $1 per day. Guide (when wanted) $2 per
day. Saddle horse (when wanted) $1 per day. No
other charges. lor further particulars address L.
B. FRASIER, Sanhedrin, or LA-DD'B GUN-
STORK, 9 Third St.. San Francisco.
MARK WEST SPRINGS,
The Gem of Sonoma County.
Ninf» miles from ~anta Rosa.
WITH ITS BEAUTIFUL GRAPEVINE AR-
»' bor; the place where you feel at home. Table
first class. Croquet. Billiards, Shuffle-board,
Swings, Swimming-pool, Dancing Pavilion, Fish-
Ingand Hunting. Terms, $10 and $12 per week.
bf«c!»l rates for clubs and large families. Bound
trip, $3 75. Baths free to guests.
FRESJS <fe JL'ERGENSEN. I
« TT l ft ft n HOT SPRINGS, Sonoma
V V A I > II V County, only 4V 3 hours from
\ X Illtlt\ San Francisco; but 8 miles
i II l\ H II II II staging: new road through
MUUU V* ft* canyon; new stages: sanitary
plumbing; natural temperature of water 130" Fahr.
of wonderful curative properties; no fogs or disa- |
greeable winds: mosquiios and other annoying j
Insects unknown. Take Tiburon ferry at 7:30
a. m. or 3:30 p. if. Round-trip ticket only $5.50.
Telephone and telegraph, dally mall and express.
Rates $1-' a week; but ha free.
J. V. BIULGREW, Proprietor.
LYTTON SPRINGS,
SONOMA COUNTY. ;
AN IDEAL FLACK FOR HEALTH. BEST
AND PLEASURE: no staging; i^-mile from
station. The only genuine Seltzer Springs in the
United States and the celebrated Lytton Geyser '
boda Springs. Wonderful curative properties.
Table first-class. Mend for circulars.
MOUNTAIN HOME. '
The Recognized Family Summer Resort
in the Santa Crux Mountains.
Health, pleasure, swimming, fishing and hunt-
ing. New dancing pavilion. Deer park. Table
excellent. Climate unsurpassed. Send for souve-
nir. Staea at Mad rone every Monday, Wednes-
day and Saturday after June 1. connecting with
train leaving the City at 8:15 a. m.
VIC PONCKLET, Llagas. Cal.
PLANTATION HOUSE.
18 nilcs from Cazadero, on Stage Line.
GOOD TROUT FISHING, PLENTY FRUIT,
cream and milk: free conveyance for parties of
two or more; grand redwood scenery. Address
JOSEPH LL'Ti'ItINGEK, Seavlew, Sonoma Co.,
or apply KRUSE & CO., 207 Front St., San Fran-
cisco, for particulars.
INVERNESS.
INVKRNKISS, JIAIII.N COUNTY—
X privileges to rent, and lots for sale; situated
on an inland bay; good beach: salt-water batnlnc;
water 15 : degrees warmer than any other resort
on the coast; beautiful drives; shooting and Hub*
Ing: within 2 hours of San Francisco on the North
Pacific Coast Railroad. stages meet trains. Apply
11 10 2 dally, 331 Montgomery street, room 51.
ASTORG SPRHQ JINERAL WATER.
THE FOUNTAIN OF PERPETUAL YOUTH;
X cures most any disease at long standing: cured
hundreds; recommended by tbous nils in four
months in this city : no agents. A..AKTOKG, 108
Fifth St., sole proprietor; Glenbrook Hotel, Lake
County, one-quaiter mile from spring, has piivllege
of the water. '
MAGNETIC SPRINGS.
IN THE HEAKT OF THE .SANTA CRUZ
Mountains; hot and cold magnetic baths; hunt-
ing and fishing: cottages for families; stage meets
morning train; terms $H up. Address JOSEPH
I.IN DHKY. >.ienwoad, <-'ai. -
MOUNTAIN SPRING FARM
WILL BB OPJSM FOR BOARDERS JUNE 1.
Write or particulars WM. J. ROSS, proprie-
tor, Oakville, Napa Courny, t.'al.
SPEND YOCK VACATION AT
LAUREL GLEN FARM.
Fine sprine water, plenty milk, cream, fruit and
home comforts. Particulars apply MRS. V. STU-
BK.NRALSL'H, box 159, Napa, Cal. . .
SUMMER BOARD AT BURLINBAME:
Redington Place "A Mild Rest Cure." ■!
Addre55................ IRA G. HOITT.
Holtt's School reopens August 4. ;
KLAMATH HOT SPRINGS,
BESWICK, bISKIYOU COUNTY, - IAL., A
noted fishing and health resort. Hot mud and
sulphur baths.
EPSON BROS., Proprietors.
HOME REST FOR THh SUMMER.
QUMMER BOARD IN SAN JOSE: PLEASANT
O rooois; large grounds; fruit and flowers. Ad
dress P. O. box £2tf. - v ■-:•..
/ETNA
SPRINGS.
. •>
Where lavish nature made a paradise of health
man has added the comfort* of civilization, and
all are now at your disposal.
Swimming baths, tub baths, hotel, clubhouse,
recreation of all kinds. •
Take 7 o'clock Southern Pacific train to St.
Helena. stage leaves thereat 10 a. k., stooping
at A wing for lunch, but no long wails as in the
past. Returning th* stage leaves the Springs at
10 A. m — 110 Kettlng up at 5 a. M. Unlimited
round-trip tickets, $7. Rates, $10 to $14 a week.
For further information call at 313 Battery st.,
San Francisco, or address W. L. MITCHELL,
manager. I,i<lt-ll I*. P.. Nnpn County. Cal. "■
CALAVERISJIG TREES.
The Hotel Situated Right Among: the
Sequoias is Now Open,
HERE IS FOUND THE FINEST OF FlSH-
ing. Postoflice and Telephone office.
J. L. PPERRY, Manager.
THOMAS COOK & SON. 621 Market street,
S. F., Agents.
VILLA LA JOT A,
Howell Mountain, !\apa County.
THAT BEAUTIFUL STONE-BUILT RESt-
.I dence will be let for the summer, with board,
on very reasonable terms; also two Furnished
Cottages. Poatoflice, Long-distance Telephone and
Swimming Tank within half a mile.
T. ALGEKNON ELWELL.
Angwiu, Napa County. California.
THE GEYSERS,
Sonoma County, Cal.
UNDER NhW HANAGKMKKT.
DATES $2 TO *'-' 50 PER DAY, $d TO $14 PER
Xt week: all baths free.
-- W. H. HARRIS. Proprietor.
(SO TO DUNCAN SPRINGS,
rp\VO MILES FROM HOPLAND, M.ENDOCINO
1 County, for your health and pleasure. The best
medicinal mineral waters in the State. Fine elec-
tric and mineral baths; new modern hotel; 250
feet above the valley; Hue view. Furnished cot-
tages to rent. Plenty of amusements. Free bus
to 7:30 i rain from San Francisco, and other trains
when notified. Terms, $10 per week.
O. HOWELL, President.
Telephone at Postoflice. _^ .
SKYLAND, SANTA CRUZ MOUNTAINS,
would like a few boarders; new house, adjoin-
ing church and Postoflice; good view. For further
particulars address MRS. H. M. C LOUGH, Sky-
land, Santa Cruz County, Cal. ; _
PAMPERS' CLOTH SIGNS CHEAP; RESORT
\J printing and signs. HILL, 2"_'i a Geary •'..
A TTRACTIVE LOCATION- PLEASANT
A rooms; fresh fruits, strawberries, cream, chick-
ens, etc., all raised on home farm. For particular*
and terms address box 85, Sebastopol, Sonoma Co,
MONTR VISTA— THIS DKLIGHTFUL RE.
sore in the Sierra pines is now open to guests;
terms reasonable with free carriage to and from
trains. \ (Send for illustrated circular descriptive of
scenery, climate, table and the new attractions of
1890, to C. E. KINNEY, proprietor, or C.
HAZARD, manager, Dutch Flat, Cal.
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: th* accommodations of
the Hotel Victoria will be found of the highest
order; rates if 10 to $15 per week. JOHN C. MOB-
RISO.N", lessee.
OTEL DEL MAR-OX THE SEASHORE; 30
11 minutes' ride from Santa Cruz; climate per-
fect; table 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, Cal., or room 29,
Maze building, 8. F.
IVERSIDE RANCH-ON THE BANKS OF
Eel .River. 6 miles from Potter Valley, Men-
doclno County: round trip, $9 75 from San Fran-
cisco; Cubing, hunting, bnthlng and boating un-
surpassed. Terms, $7 per week. Excellent table;
milk, fruit, vegetables raised on the ranch. T. J.
GILLESPIE, Potter Valley, Meudoctno County.
LUE LAKES PLEASURE RESORT— NEW
hotel, now open; many new improvements for
the entertainment of the guests: the pavilion built
ever the water; a naphtha launch, etc. • good fishing
and hunting. Address CARL METER, Bertha
P. 0., Lake Ca Do not address Blue Lakes.
f BELMONT. SAN MATEO ■ COUNTY,
board for summer months: private family;
beautiful grounds; large rooms: 3 minutes from
station; 1 hour fm city. MRS. HANSKN.BeImonu
I>ROOKSIDE FRUIT FARM; FINK SHADE;
i* plenty milk, cream, chickens and fruit; good
accommodations. Address Brookslde, Napa.
jftYPRESS LAWN FKUIT FARM— GOOD TA-
\J ble: home comforts. T. H. EP XV. Napa. Cal.
HOTEL EMPIRE,
FIRE-PROOF, . •■ #
Grand Boulevard and 63d St. West,
NEW YORK.
100 single rooms. , 100 looms, with Baths,
200 suites, 2 to 7 rooms each, with private bath**
10 minutes from businets and theatrical centres.
Overlooking Central Park and the Hudson Ri»er»
AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLANS.
A cuisine and service unequalled anywhere in
• America. , '/■. „'
Passengers crossing the Jersey ferries take either
6th or 9th aye. " L 7' to 66th St., or Broadway cable
cars to hotel. Boulevard cars passing Grand Cen-
tral Station reach hotel in 10 minutes. European
plan. 81 up. American plan, S3 op. Most com-
plete! yea nipped and most liberally managed hotel
in New York W. JOHNSON QULNN, Mgr.
WM. NOBLJ&, Propr. - ■ ■ t
In " Vfill "^ro Tiuoat, i'implc3, CoppprT)&
»Mnn7t lUU wlored Cpots, Aches, Old 8ore»,
■■I'lccrs in Mouth, Hair-Falling! Vv'rito C'OOCLB
ifjiSErtZlißY CO., SG7 Masonic Temple, *§
SjChtearro, In., for proofs of. cures. Capl-
■vftail, So 3C,O©»». worst cares cured In 15fl|
QBto 35 diij ». 100-pcec book IVee.
Baja California
Damiana Bitters
Is a powerful aphrodisiac and specific tonlo forth*
sexual and urinary organs of both sexes, and *
reat remedy for diseases of tho kidneys an 1 blaV
der. A great Restorative, Invigoratorand Nurvio*.
Bells lon I its own Merits— no long-winded testi*
monials necessary.
i>..tii.K. .ILM & BIS UN E, Agents,
523 Market St., S. if.— (send. tor Circular.)
Til HI) II n A laxative refreshing fw
[ jl IBS fl X fruit lozenge,
I nlllnil very agreeable to take.
CONSTIPATION
_ ■ ■ hemorrhoids, bile,
E U II § C II loss of appetite, gastric an«
111 II IC la intestinal trouble* and
■ ■■ ■* ■ *a ■■ headache arising
from them.
Anil I ffi%i K. GKILLON,
IvKi § lIN 38 Rue dcs Archives, Part*
U! PI IlaLs V If bold by aJ> Druggist*.
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