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THEY TOOK HIM AT HIS WORD Waller Wanted High School Girls to Talk Politics. And the Graduating Class Gave Eiia More Than Ha Asked For. The School Director Discussed Juries and Is New a S.daer and a Wiser Man. School Director S. L. Waller told the Girls' High School class of '97 yesterday that young ladies should be able to arguj politics with men as "man toman." It was just a little advice that the School Director vi&% giving, but the girls toojc him at his word and bofore many minutes were over he found himself surrounded by a mob of 100 girls, all arguing with him on the jury question. Mr. Waller will proba bly think twice now before he advises young ladies to argue politics, for he found not a girl in the graduating class that could not more than hold her own with him in arguing politics. It was at a lunch given yesterday by the graduating class oi '97 that S. L. Waller met his Waterloo. The lunch was a charming affair, at which it was hard to tell which looked prettiest, the llowers that decked the dainty tables or the hun dred or so bright young girls in summer frocks. Several School Directors were present, and Mrs. Mary Frag, who always helps the girls wita their iinKS, and Presi dent BrooKs acted as master of ceremonies. All the Directors were called on lor speeches. When it came to S. L. Waller's turn He said impressively: "Young ladies, there is one thing you neglect. You can talk of theaters and dres-, but you know nothing about politics." At these words the girls were heard to mur mur that they knew all about the institu tion. "Theoretically you may know all about it, but practically you cannot talk politics with men, and you are not fitting your selves to do so," continued the School D. rector, and he ended his remarks by ex horting the girls to post themselves on the live political and municipal issues of the day. A hundred pairs of pretty ears drank in this auv.ee, and the owners of the ears mutinied at it. The class of '97 has been holding debat ing meetings lately whereat very live municipal questions of the day were dis cussed. "We will try him on the jury question," whispered the girls, and no sooner iiad the party risen from table than the hundred surrounded School Director Waller. '•What's your opinion on the jury ques tion?" »hey asked, and Uieu loilowed such a political debate as hud probably never been seen be;ort_'. Tlie School Director had arguments to right ol him, arguments to lelt o: him, he debated all round, but ii was always "one down, the next come on," with his antagonists. The last of the fray was: "We mean to toil our parents ana brothers that the duty of every citizen is to go to the polls, so you see we have been doing a whole lot of thinking,'" and Waller replied, "Shake hands — but tell other people's brothars as well." After that Waller's lellow School Directors res cued him. ana ihe girls danced the "Vir ginia Keel" and vowed to be always good and true to the dear old High School. The following girls compose the gradu ating class: Blanche Abrams, Emma yon Ahnden, Alice M. Allen, Annie Harriet. Allen. EUa Laura An derson, Margaret I. Apple ion, Elizabeth Minna bach, Lucile 11. Bailey, Elviua. Gerard, Grace lieleu Bocarde, Emiuu Nevada Brady, Grace Brown, Mercedes Call, Blanche Maple Clark, li-.-orginu Davis. Pauline I>cs Roches, Ethel Dimoi.d, Montgomery Duucan, Charlotte E. Finlay, Adeline E. Frisbee, Annie Gardner, Bessie Gorflukel, iiuby Gracier, Mary Gray, Helen Hailowell, Ruth Hammerfechlag, May Harris, Eleanor hart, Mary Ames Ha: Maude R. Hart, Mildred F. Uartter, Emma Ag nes Harvey, Carrie Hirst.'l, Charlotte Hoi ling, Marlon L. liuber, Alice Orne Hunt, Mtrtn.i A. ljums, Louise Jacobs, Del phi E. Jen kins, Elizabeth C. Kane, Elizabeth Key sot, May Kincaid, Hilda Victoria Kline, Carolina Korcel, Grace W. Knowlto.i, Mabel KraSt, Rachel Kurlander, Augusta Gladys Labi, Edith Larzaiere. Evelyn Laugh ton, Elizabeth J. Lavery, Julia Miriam Lesser, Adelaide Lewis, Adelaide C. Liune, Muy Gertrude Lippert, Lain; Luse, Amy McCarthy, Mary C. McCarthy, Margaret McCarthy, Mar garet McLeod, Emma L. Madden, Rofena E. May, Florence Montgomery, Maud Moore, Elsie J. Morrison, Louise Mysell. Mac Nichols, Mary No. an, May Owens, LnuraE'iitn Perkins, Emily H. Pitchlord, Philomenn A. Powers, Maud Pratt, Lilian A. Radiord, Elsie Hitter, Mildred Koioli, Ella Bell Ross, Ruby Roy lance, Frances G. Scheuern, Dora Spafford, Penelope StanJart, Teresa M. Sullivan, Edith G. Thatcher, Elsa Triest, Juliet A. Wagner, Etta Weiler, H-loise V. Williams, Mary Estelle Wilson, Esther Wolf, Miriam Wollner, Alice BarDara Wright BUZZINI'S HARD MONEY. It Ws» Sent Hi* Wife in Switzerland for Twenty-Three Year* liefore He Sued for a Divorce. Joseph Buzzlni was granted a divorce from Mario Buzzini by Jud-e Daingerheld yesterday after a trial that disclosed a re markable state of affair?, to say the least. The proofs exhibited by Mr. Buzzini indi cate that he is a niu^t constant man in regard to money matters, whatever may be the opinion of his wife in other re spects. Joseph and Marie were married In Switzerland in IS7I and lived together till 1874, when he left his native country in order to better his conaition. In New York be was prosperous and jentword ior his wile to join him there. For reason* best known to herself she declined to do *o. He then removed to Caliiornia, where good fortune continued to smilo on him, uml though he has tiot amassed a great .amount of wealth he has always gained a comfortable livelihood. From California further invitations were sent to his wife, but &he studiously ig nored his requests to come here and make her home with him. He corresponded with hi 3 daughters, div they replied that they would prefer not to come to America rrhile their mother Is living and will not go with them. To show that he has not been neglectful of his family Mr. Bossini displayed re ;eipts to show that he has sent money once a month for the past twenty years. This has been addressed to his wife hitherto. He said he would continue to transmit money as usual, but that here ifter he would send it to his daughters. The divorce was grantfrd on the ground of desertion, the court holding that the husband has i e t? a 1 rignt to establish his residence wherever he may see proper, »nd that if the w.fe refuses to accept that dome and live with her husband there, t>o long as his request in that regard is rea •onable, she is guilty of desertion, cv j n though in fact the husband was the one who left the original piace of residence. Little l'eto'B Minder. In the case of Ciiun Wood Sing, charged with .he murder of "Little Pete," a jury was yester lay impaneled in Judge Cook's court as fol bwi: Carl Bilk, John W. MeCormicU, John D'Connor. J. C. (Jollier, George Greenzweig, A. Huerbach, F. Marks, J. A. Builwinkel. <i W. Burnett, T. Frahm, Moriiz Uobuer and W« E. lovejoy. Tne laklng of testimony will begin o-day. EVERETT-ESTEE WEDDING AT ST. LUKE'S CHURCH. There was a pretty wedding at St. Luke's Church on Van Ness avenue last evening, the contracting parties being Miss Mabel Knee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. M. E.stee, and Leon ard Everett, a popular young insur ance man of this City. Masses of white roses, long and graceful stalks of Bermuda lilies and fracrant white sweet peas minjled in artistic confusion with giant palms to make the church bright and pretty for this auspicious occasion. Promptly at 8:30, the hour announced for the ceremony, th« strains of the wedding march announced the arrival of the bridal party. First cimt the usher*, Messrs. Samuel Woods. C. Woods, Lucien Knight, J. Hoyt, W. Nicolls and F. Gibbons. Tney were followed by the bridesmaids, Miss Gertrude Thomp son of Napa: Miss C&urcbill, also o! Xapn; Miss May Ayres, iiiss Grace Brad ford of fcan Rafael and Mi<s Wanda Brastow. As the bride entered, leaning on the arm of her father, ushers and bridesmaids separated, thus forming an aisle Jor the fair young bride. The (jroom and his best man. James Ilobbs met the bride at the altar, where the Rev. Mr. Shaw read the impre* ive words that made t: c happy coupie one. After the ceremony there was a reception for the bridal party and a limited number of intimate lriends at the residence of the bride's parents. 2L*9l Sacramento street. The br:de wore a handsome ivory white satin gown, the corsnze of which was trirrmed with a flounce of rare old Duchease lace. The veil was fastened to the coiffure with a wreath of orange blossoms. Her bouquet was of Bermuda lilies The bridesmaids were attired alike in dainty gowns of green organdie over green <ilk. Ine bodices were trimmed with tiny flouncing* of white Valenciennes. This «ame lace also edeed the deeD Spanish flounces on the skirts. M-s. Deering, sister of the bride, wore her wedains; ro,vn of white faille trimmed with Duchesse lace. Her ornaments were opals. Mr*. Estee the mother of the bride, wore a magnificent gown ol black velvet. The jape was made per fectly plain, en train, and the corsage was completely covered with D icnesso lace Mr. and Mrs. Baker left this morning fora week's bridal trip, keeping their destination a secret. On their return they will occupy their new home at 1908 Baker street. MR. KNIGHT BAITS HIS OWN WITNESS Attorney Campbell Objects, and Judge Coffey Gives His Ruling. Exhilarating Interchange of Bad inage in the Jacob Z Davis Will Contest. Michael Ryan Proves a Cool Hand in Giving His Testimony in This Noted Litigation. Michael Ryan proved the most enter taining witness in the Jacob Z. Davis will contest yesterday. Th* passages between bim and Attorney George A. Knight were lisiened to carefully ly the jury, for it seemed that they were pretty well watched, the latter being all impetuosity and the former a marvel of coolness and deliberation. Mr. Ryan described in detail the finding of the will in the copper urn that con tained the ashes of the late Mrs. Davis. In order to have the description as real istic as possible, Mr. Knight filled with sand the duplicate urn that has been in troduced in the case. It was shown that Mr. Ryan could not get his hand in the box but couid only reach in with his fingers, as he testified that he did. He said he used his left band and that he found the paper below the surface of the ashen. There was a spirited controversy in re gard to Mr. Ryan's position in the case Mr. Campbell contended that as Mr Knight I. ad produced Mr. Ryan as a wit ness he was to be bound by ail that he said, but Mr. Knight held that he had a rijrbt to tr*at him as a nostile witness. This difference of opinion came to a head when Mr. Knight began to pin Mr Ryan down 10 detai.s touching his vi.-mi to the office of Boyd & D,ivi« on the day the key was found in Mr. Davis' private locker; the key that opened the iron nafe which contained the will in the copper urn. JMr. Ryan seemed to be a little careless in reDlying to Mr. ivni^ht's questions as to the circumstances of the opening of the safe. At one noint lie said that he didn't know when Mr. Campbell thought he i.ii.'lit to have said that he didn't remem ber. Mr. Campbell— You mean you don't remem ber, don't you? You have ft right to explain whether you mean you don't know or don't re member. The witness— l don't tnovr. THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 1897. Mr. Knight— Now which Is It: you don't know or don't remember* The wituess— l don't know. John M. Curtis testified that be received the valise belongine to Jacob Z. Davis when it was seni back from Philadelphia to this City. He paid the expre>sa K e on the valise, amounting to $3. He said he did not at that time know to whom it be longed, and that he rtia not know it was coming. He was not told anything about the valise until the folks returned from Philadelphia. Throughout the examination cf Mr Cur tis it was noticed that Mr. Knight did not ask for a description of ihe coirents of the Vfilise when it arrived in S^n Francisco on November 3 last. When the witness was turned over to Mr. Campbell for cross examination, one <>f the first questions propounded wa?, "D:d that valise contain the cor-per urn tuat contained Mrs. Davis 1 ashes?'' To this Mr. Knight quickly objected, and the question was wi;h lrawn. Attorney E. B. Mastic* testified that he was present when the privats locke'- of Mr. Davis was oppned in the office of tfoyd & Davis. H- saw (he Keys and the so-called wife will in which the entire estate was bequeathed to Mrs. Davis. She died before he did, however, and the present will naming Mrs. Curtis and Miss Muir as legatees bears a later date. Jud c Coffey appeared somewhat disap pointed when Mr. Knight announced that contrary to expectation he would not be able toclo^e his case to-day, and a con tinuance was ordered until (his morning. An Unknown Dead Man. At an early hour yesterday morning an un known man was found in an unconscioui con dition on Geary cud Taylor streets by Officer 0. B. Mernck. He was sent 10 the Keceivlne Hospital, where he died at 8:30 o'clock De ceased was about 50 yearn ol aje and had a dark mustache and dark jtray hair. He wore a pepper-aud-salt suit. The body is at the Morgue. In the Wen Indian islands and in South America prows a tree whose fruit makes an excellent lather, and is used to wash clothes. ____^^_ NEW TO-PAT. *** FILLS Weep, \ rightful l;re»ms and all Nervous and Trembling Sen«tlon. 'tr when th«e mlm, are caused by constipation, as most of them are. TIIK FinsT lios'ic w?ii* iv? P 5? g^. £ SnS£nJSS l !&r > JSU «Xi° 1 ?i.d I Syff l £: -r is earne3lly lUTlted w A WONDERFUL MEDICINE. WEAK STOMACH, IMPAIRED DIGESTION, DISORDERED LIVER i^nL^l lJ^ 0 ma ic — * few <losei will work wonders upon the Vital orciins strenethenln-* th« ?nr» «, System. restorin the lons-lost complexion, bringing back the keen cd^e of anpctlte fnn," °T? lni! *"? the IJ »«-»'»« of Health the whole phy.icalenercv of the human en^«'ntZ« c */£ Ja Emitted by thousands, In all classes of society and^ne ol ! "be« WITHOUT A RIVAL. Annual Sales over 6.000,000 Boxes. RARE MANUSCRIPTS OF DAN VOORHEES His Son Here En Rente East to Collect and Publish Them. Remarkab c Experiences With Lincoln, Louis K:ssuth and Grant Death Came to the Statesman of the Wab sh Just When He Was Se curing Another Fortune. Ex-Congressman Charles S. Voorhees of Spokane, son of the late distingui-bed Senator Daniel W. Voorhees of Indiana, is in the City to attend a case in the United States Court of Appeals, and will then go to the home of the family at Terre Haute on business in connection with the estate. He said yesterday at the Palace that his fatLer had died without leaving a will, tnat he bad made and given away several fortunes and that at his death he did not leave a lar^e estate. Part of what he left is In the form of manuscripts, and these are to be collected and pui in book form. The matter to be thus preserved will be of great value from a political and historical standpoint. "It is our Intention to publish a royal octavo volume of 1000 pace?," said Mr. Voorhees, ''covering a portion of his pro fessional and all of his official life. We will preserve a number of his jury speeches and all bit speeches in the House and Senate, besides his occasional addresses and his lectures. Among his jury addresses that will be preserved will be the one in defense of John E. Cook, one of John Brown's lieutenants, at Harper's Ferry in 185 ft, also his defense of Mary Harris, who killed A. J. Burns in the Treasury Department, Washington, D. C "Besides these we will publish In this book the three lectures which hnd en •r.iged his attention during the closing part of his life and for tne delivery of which he had contracted with the south ern Lecture Bureau. He was in a way to m«ke a great deal of money, and to get that iei«uie afterward Which ne had never had in his life. ■ O.ie of these lectures is on Thomas Jcfterson; another is entitled 'The Holy Sopulcber, or a Lawyer's View of <he D.vinity ot Jeiu^- of Nazareth'; this had been delivered three times and com manded much attention and received very high praise. • -Then he had another pretty nearly completed entitled 'The Public Men of My Own Times.' This wa« his last work. He wai working on :t at 6:30 in the even ing before he died. He had hoisued Ins account of Kossnth and had also told his experiences with Lincoln and Grant. He had intended to complete it by brief re views of many others. "These three, however, were to be the loading fißures. He knew them all well. Kossuth was one of the first public men he knew. Father wai appointed wnen a x>rr young man by the Governor of In diumi as one of a comni ttee to eecort Kossuth on his trip to the West. "Then as to Lincoln, my fattier had a long and personal acquaintance with him, ! ractu-ed !ik with nun, and knew turn as scarcely any other man ever did. Senator David D ivis of II nois us<»d to say that only three men living knew Lincoln. One was himself, the other Leonard Swett and the other Daniel W. Voorhee-«. AW this matter, with a brief biographical sketch, will be publishd in Uiis large volume. There ore three brothers of us and one sister, and the sister will get ftie residue of »he estate." Mr. Voorhees will go East via 8t Louis and will not return till probably Sep tember. A NEWSBOY'S LEAP. Caught Flaying Mutlhors* Poker and Jumped Out of a Three-Story "Window. It has been known to the police for lome time that newsboys have developed a mania for gambling and instructions were given to the officers in the "tenderloin" district to keep a sharp lookout for them. Tuesday night Policeman ilartor, Hayden and McCotiery surprised five newsboys while they were playing stud horse poker in a rear room on the third story of the building, 29 Eddy street, over McGinnis' undertaking parlors. Four of the boys, Harry Unwell, 17 years old, Frank Reynolds 13,*Harrv Unia<"k 16. and Frank Call 17, were arrested, but me fifth — v colored boy named Johnson — es- caped by iumpinc out of the window to the basement, a distance of about 35 feet. The officers took the boys downstairs and went round to the basement, expect ing to tind Johnson's mangled body. A careful search was made, but Johnson could not be found. Russell, Reynolds, Uniack and Call were sent to the City Prison on charges of va grancy. They appeared beiore Judge Low yesterday morning and tne cases were con ri n tie i till next Monday. it was ascertained that Johnson, after his fearful leap, crawled away and two of his friends took him home. His hands were cut and he complained of pains in hi- let;;, though he was able to walk. He was afraid to go to the Receiving Hospi tal because, as he .said, "vie cops vu:l get on to me." Relatires Wuuted. Chief Lees a few days ago received a letter from Chief Stemm of Kenosha, Wi»., asking him to find, if possible, the friends of Ernest K'lward Nach«tudt, who died there on May •27. He had been a resident of thin City about five years ago, as a receipt in the name of E t Ernest was lound in his pocket for dues pntd to the German Benevolent Society in 1892. Hehadaleoa photograph of his son taken m. a studio on Market street. • — ♦ — • — The first Enplish sieel pens were sold at 30 -hillings each. BARTLETT*********** -—^SPRINGS Addition to Diaing-Roora. New Hotel Cottages. Accommodations Greatly Increased. HOTEL AND COTTAGES COMPLETELY -LL renovated. The cuisine is perfect. Resident Physician. Advice as to Use or Waters Free. Swimminjj Tank, Mineral Tub, Vapor «nd Roman Baths. Competent Masseurs. ONLY RESORT KEEPING PAID ORCHESTRA. rjanein!:, Tennis, Bowling, Billiards, Cro- quet, handball, Shuffle- boards. Llverv and Burros. KATKS— HoteI and hotel cottages, $10 to $15 per week; houseKeeping cottages, $3 to ?>t> per week. Call or address BARTLETT SPRINGS CO.. 22 Fourth street, San Francisco, or H. R. WARNER. Bartlett Springs, Lake County, CaL Pamphlets mailed free. r?=— =s=* TTfIfTIFT mßm Vi ID IE ' — ' ' San Jose, Cal. mills BEAUTIFUL HOTKL IS TOO WELL and favorably known 10 require extended men- and favorab y known ;o require extended men- tion here a* a charm summer resort, access- ible, homelike, and tv«-r ■ department in willing and efficient bands. Write fur rates and illus- trated sou voulr. GKO. P. SXFIX, Manager. SEA BEACH HOTEL, SANTA CRUZ, CAL. California's favorite resort. Located on a flowering slope from the beach. I' surpassed view of teach. Bar and Mountains. SAL3IOX FISHING. Tennis Court, Croquet Grounds and Muslo. Reasonable Kate*. For frms art drew JOHN T. SULLIVAN, Manager. (.a. §>^Ut\^?>. Cat. CALIFORNIA'S MOST ENJOYABLE 'RE- sorl" : noted for its Corativ« Powers of th« spring. Best «-qu;piwd Mineral Baths In Ukp Co. Rales to suit all. Also finest facilities for rump- trie. >'or pHriicniars apply to F. MAKTKNs, Prop.. Bachior P. 0., Lake Conniy. CaL. or in San Francisco at 418 Pine st. FHa.<K A. BU^SE. DOWN GO PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES. BOCA HOTEL. The finest location on the Trucitee River for fish- ing. Good boa Ing. Boats free to guejto. Pleas- ant drives for bicycling or riding. I.MX.i SUNNY ROOMS. KXCKLLK* T TABLE. RATES: $1.00 and $1.50 per Day. JAS. ll(l)ONAI.l), Manager, Hoc*. Onl, THE GEYSERS, Sonoma Co., 6 Hour* from San Franoinco. ONE OF NATURE'S WONDERS. Grandest scenery. The hotel an enchanting em- bowered borne. .New Bathhouse, Tcnnis-couri.eic. NATURAL RUM AM> 31 IN UK A L BATHS. Tepid Swimming Lake. New and Inviting trails to Interesting points. Table unsurpassed. J. B. MORTON, Manager. SEW CARLSBAD MINERAL SPRHGS. LAKK COUNTY, . rpHE OREATExT HKALTH-GIV WATER i. in America. Specific lor a.l stomach, liver, fcldnev anJ bladder troub es. New hotel, new management. Terms. $8 10 $10 per week. For particulars address W. K. Mc.oVkKN, Kelsey- ville. Lake l 0.. or DR. McOOVEKK, 1577 Fol- »om street, San Francisco. ii ainft n n springs. HOWARD ruTAii p. 0., nUlfnllU LAKK COUNTY, TTNDBK THE ABLE SUPERVISION OF MRS. U 1. K. 11. lIEKB . Accommodations strict y first-class. Bates flO and $12: special terms to tamil es. P. O. and telephone. Hound trip 810. S. P. Office, 613 Market st. Address J. WALLACE SPAULDING. Mgr. UKIAH STABLES. TIT H. MILLER, PKOPRIETOR, STATE " • street, adjoining Palace Hotel. Stage for Blue Lakes, Lauiel I oil, Sura oca springs. Upper Lake and Vichy :»prinzs. Best of care taken of transient stock. Good wagons for commercial men and tourists. LAUREL DELL. PLEASANTLY LOCATED ON LAURELDELL Lake: new dining-room, new liv. ry stable. It is now one of the most attractive outing places In Lake Cuunty. Kales $8 to $12 weetc. Boating and bathing free Btinsyour bathing suits. Ad- dress H. W'AMBOLD, .Berth* P. 0,, Lake i 0.. CaL ADAM SPRINGS, LAKE CO. FAVORITE RKSORT OF THESt'ATE: THE ■J} water Is unexcelled for medicinal pnrpo-tes; table unsurpassed; fine fishing an I hunting: sure daily from lalistoca direct to springs: round trip at J-onihern Pacific offices *IU. fib. W. A. PKATHKH. Adam Springs. ORR HOT SPRINGS, M MILKS FROM UKIAH. FINK FISHING 1 * and hnntinc. Baths free. Water sure cure for rheumatism and all akin diseases. Hound trip, 1 *t» 60. Board. $7 per week. J. IL OBR, Orr Post- office, Meiidoclno County, Cal. GLENBROOK, ONE OF THE MOST CHARMING RESORTS In the Mate. Fine scenery, hunting and fish- Ing, l-.xceileni table. For circulars and further Ititormation address O. W. R. TKEDWAY, Ulen- crook. Lake County, CaL "~ BURLINGAME. TTOR BEST AMD COMFORT. KKASUNABLK [ J- prices. Address - IRA G HOITT. 1 JBnilUisame, San Mateo County^ Cal. HIGHLAND sprigs, On the Border of Clear Lake. LAKE COUNTY, CAL., The Great Sanitarium of the West. New and Commodious Hotel just completed and eleeautly furnlihpd. Largest Dining-room North of San Cisco; will seat SOU people. THOUSANDS CURED BY THE WATf AT HIGHLA'D SPRINGS. Over 30 Kinds of Mineral Springs. Where on earth can you rind so iruny valuable springs In a si mi ar area ? Resident Pnrslcian in lance; superb cli- mate, beautiful mountain -cenery. fine trout slr<*»ms. deer and smnll game p>ntlfu<, m«Knlfi- cent drives through the mountains and aruund the laKe, unrivaled mineral waters, ba'hs In variety. TABLE UNSURPA-SKD ANYWHERE. Reached by the >horte t Stage Route Into Lake County — one of the most romantic and beautiful stage roads on the coast. Round trip fare from San rrancisro 98. Hotel Bates. $150 to 9 2 oO per day, or $10 to $16 per week, 'lake S. F. <fej N. P. Railway to Hopland.or S P. R. R. to Calls- toga, thence by a short, delightful stage ride to Highland, open every day in the year. F' - r further Information *>-ddrf»s J. CRAIG. Highland Springs. Lake Co.. Cal. Or see in San Francisco, L. D. CRAIG. 310 Mont- gomery st. Send for Illustrated Pamphlet. SAfTA CATAIjI ISLAND ! SEASON OF 1897. Greatest Attractions in the West. Charming climate, wonderful natural attrac- tions, famous fishing and wild goat shooting. The new scenic ride from the ocean to Middle Ranch. Splendid coaches, famous Western driver*. De- liglufu, coast •xcurslons. Novel outdoor sports, Grand concert* every day. Dancing. Pyrotechnic displays, war > r Carnivals, etc. Hotel Metropole a:«avs open, remodeled and enlarged, new addition, elegant, rooms with private baths. Grand ballroom, etc., ready this season. ' Island Villa opens Juy 1. 1 nil Information, rate* and illustrated pamphlets Wilminston Transportation Co., 222 5. SPRING ST.. LOS ANGELES CAL. C. 11. JORDEN. Room 571, 1 arrott Bids. Telephone Mint l->B5. lAPA SODA SPRINGS, California* Funam Mountain Spa ! JPOn feet KboTo Nana Valley, Climate nnwir- r»s.*p<l. Views magnificent. Table supplied from orchard and ocean, field and farm. Hot and cold Kapa soda water baths. Telephone and Postomce. ' j Burros to ride. Bowling alleys, tennis, croquet, ■wings and hammocks. lias and running water in every room. Re -t for asthmatics. WARM WATER SWIMMING TANK. Au Ideal sum- mer resort. <hi dren's paradise; mothers' de- light; husbands 1 resu Address ANDREW JACiSON, Nap» Soda Springs P. O. SODA BAY RESORT. CHANGE OF MANAGEMENT. Poda Bay, situated on C ear Lake, Is most pic turesque, Spring is famous for the vast volume of delicious hodawater. Hunting:, tisbing; boating and swimming are nnsnrpaKsed anywhere. The table is suppled with the very best the market j affords, and the comfort and welfare of the guests ! carefully looked after. Dally stage from Pieta to Soda Bay direct. Fare from San Francisco $5 50: round trip 910. F. B. HK.TH. proprietor, Soda Bay, Kelsey- Title, Lake County, Cal. OlllflnOl HOT SPRINGS. Sonoma VI ft I IV Co • only 41 / a hours from BIS* 11 11 If II San >'rancisco, and but 9 VIinUUII miles' Mas! . Waters noted for their medicinal virtues and gen»rtlly conceded to be the finest natural bath water la lue Mate. Excellent climate and grand mountain scenery. Long distance telephone: daily mall and express; well-stocked trout streams. Round trip from Han Francisco only $5 60. Take Tiburon ferry at 7 :30 a v. or 3:30 p. m. Terms, #1 a day or $12 a week. t*. F. MFtGRKW. Proprietor. SEIGLER SPRINGS, LAKK COUNTY. PKMOHTFUL U'ATEKIXG-PLACE IS i. located la the mtd-t of the Coast Ranee. Abundance of mineral springs, hot and cold plunge baths, large swim mine-tank of mineral water, tine stone dining-room: telephone con- nections, electric lights, livery accommodation: good trout-fishing and bunting. Kound-trip tick- ets at S. P. office, ?10. ■ JOHN SPAPLOINH. Proprietor. /ETNA SPRINGS. rYtHERE IS HEALING IN THE WATERS ■L (for Rheumatism. Malaria, Nervousness, Dys- pepsia, Diabetes, etc.): there is life in the air; swimming tank, tub and steam baths; fine note!; amusements. Rates. $10 to $14. lake 7:3o a. m. southern Pacific train -.or st. Helena; stage con- ■ nects at 10.30 a. m. Unlimited rouud-trip tickets $7. Particulars at 318 Battery St., or of W. L. MITCHELL. Lldell Po«office. 'N,a pa County, Cal. HOTEL ROWARDEMAfI, THE PICTURESQUE SPOT OF BEN LO- MOND, in the Santa Cruz Mountains. New hotel ana rustic cottages, contt-lning «50 rooms. ALL HARD FINIS«HKD, with large closets. Two tennis courts and bowl alley. Buildings, grounds »nd river lighted by electricity, a mile of rlvtr for boating, ltonnd trip tickets. *3. For particulars address THOS. L. BIiLJL, Proprietor Ben Lomond, ( at. "-.••'.-.--■ 1 LAUREL GLEN FARM I yiNE SPRING WATER; PL OF MILK I x cream, fruit and home comforts. For particu- lars address MRS. V. STUBKNRAUCH. box 159 Nap*, CaL ' SOLID COMFORT HOME. 11 M11.r.8 FI.OM NAPA CITY. ON MOUNT 1 I \eder: Hevatlon 1565 feet: mountain spring water; flee scenery: heauhy climate: a pobtlve cure lor asthma. Address 11KS. A. F. ALLEN Napa City. ' PALACE HOTEL, HUB. TTEADQUARTERS FOR TOURISTS ASI) andfrm'^rrainT' 1 *"" *"" >Pd h&SS^ «> HOTEL DE THORNTON, rOTTKR VALLEY. Flrst-Clas« in Every Keapcct. n.t» K -«V HOL BROOK. PROPR.KTOIt. vir^iT'A * 7 , p r week - XK * ln aDd all modern con- venlences In connection with hotel. POPE HOUSE. rTtHIB WKi.r.-KNowv AND POPULAR fam. x ■!! r ' s:>rtlsOl>en ,he y par rouud: co tages for lainllles: tennis and croquet: electric-iais to tho beach and baths: merisa 1 r«lns. MRS A. POPt., santa Cruz Cal. HOTEL DE REDWOOD. IN THE HEART OF THE -ANIA CRUZ J. Mountains: board from $7 to $10 a weei: camptrs' return Uckc( J»iJ 50. ten i for circular to AL o. COX, Laui«i, Cal. GILROY HOT SPRINGS A Flac© Where th- Invalid Can Surely Regain Health- Where the Tourist M ijr Ki-gale Himself Upon Magnificent and Picturesque. Scenery! Wli*re the Summer Pilgrim May Find K-st, MlniKMit ana Kelttxation. A Mecca for the Annual Seeker After Repose and Recuperation! A Rural Retreat. Where the Adjacent bills Are Clothed in Garments of Matchless Glory, Where the Ojr- Mitlaria Never Lifts Hi| Ghastly Head and Where the Waters of Healing Pour freely From Nature's Own Fountain. TAKE 8:15 A. M. OR 2:20 P. M. TRAIN FROM Third and Townsend siroets. 3% hours from San Francisco. Fare, $7 15 for round trip. JKS" Stage connects with 9 a. m. and 2:30 p. v. trains from Third and Towusend streets. KOOP & SON. Proprietors. health, rest, 1 pleasure, climate, accommodation^ scenery, I tl>\\pr beds, cleanliness, table, not soda tub and piutiKe baths, hot, sulphur tub and stvlmmiDgtank< massage tieatment, special bath houses for ladies and lady attendants, huntingand children's playground, croquet, lawn tennis, dance-hall. For tamilies Paraiso stand* unsurpassed in '.he State. plcn-v enjoyment for young and old. Take train 1 hiid aitd Townseni streets, ten Francisco, 9 a. m I and at Firn st aid Broad wav, Oakland, 9:10 a. «' | da ly, for >'o.<-da<t: Return-trip ticket. $8. ."-even mlies by stage, lelepione and Postofflce. For Illuvraied pamphlets and sp cial inducements for 1897, address K. UUBKH la OX, Lessee <fc ilanaeer Tallac House CASCADE HOUSE. LAKE TAHOE. TAHOE INN, LAKE TAHOE. mHESE BBAOrV SPOTS OF THE WORLD XsprHlc for themselves. For rate 3 »nd circulars apply to 31. LAWBKNC -: & CO., Tallac House. Lake Tahoe, California. .' T.A.'ViEju.axr — OF CASTLE CRAG, SHASTA COUNTY, QUEEN OF ALL nOUNTAIN RESORTS. The Tavern of Castle Crag will open for there- ception of -sts June 15. QKOBOh SiHOSEWALD, Manager. Room 69, Union Trust Building. >an Francisco. MADRONE MINERAL SPRINGS, CAM A CLARA COUNTY. MOUNT HAMIL- -0 ton range, elevation 2200 feet; best mineral water on this coast for cure of indigestion and unna-y troub es: unexcelled hunting and fishing; special rates to parties of four or more: stage con- nect* at Madrone with morning trains Mondays, Wednesdays and urdays; send for terms and descriptive pamphlet. JAMfJS CARTER. Manager. g-, , Go to ."Etna Springs if you want UO TO neftlt °» recreation or rest. Perfect climate : no mosquitoes. Swimming tank, tub and steam baths. Fine hotel, and above all marvelous mineral waters. Kales $10 to $14. Take 7:30 a. m. Southern Pacific train for St. Helena, where the state connects. Bound trip tickets, rood until January 1, 1898,57. Particulars at 318 Battery street, or of W. L. Mitchell, Llaell P. O.,Napa Coun- /F»Trisl ty, cai. -Tl-illia. KLAMATH HOT SPRINGS, BESWICK, SISKIYOU COUNTY. CAL, A noted fishing and health resort. Ho: mud and sulphur ba.hs. KDSOX BROS., Proprietors. PLANTATION HOUSE. "I Q MILES FROM CAZADERO, ON STAOE ICS line. Good trout fishing, plenty fruit, cream and milk; free conveyance for parties of two or more: grand redwood scenery. Address J. LUT- TltlNtiKß. teaview, Sonoma Co., or apply E. KRUSE. 207 Front St., S. F.. for particulars. " MONTE VISTA." rpHK PICTURE-QUE GEM OP • HE SIERRAS X (flovation 3500 leet). This raos. popular n»- sort under new ownership is now open; delightful climate, lawn teni.i-*. photo, dark-room, boating, fishing, hunting;: four trains daily; i 2 -mile ftora station; free carriage. For circular ad.Tress THUS. E. JIOWiAS, Monte Vl«ta, Dutch Flat, Cal. $>» C YOSEMITE VALLEY AND C^«7K «Ip~U. return .NOW open 1 s>iO. THE MILTON. BIG OAK FLAT AND CALA. veras Big Trees Hi :ig» Route to Yosemite Va lor is now open. For choice "eats make early applica- tion to J. M. HUTCHINGS, 19 Alonttom'y St., S.F. AGUA CAI.IENTK SPRINGS HOTKL, Sonoma Valley— 2 hours from S. F., via Tibu- ron Ferry, Warm mineral swimming and tuo baths. .Hotel comp etely remodeled and refur- nished. \Va;er,K*3. electric bells. Ra.es $10:o$l'i per week, $2 per day. Address AGUA CALIENTK BPKIMit, Aqua Callente, Sonoma County. Cal. THE MILL VALLEY rtANI IAKIUM WILL BE 1 ready to r ceive guests and patients June i 5, 1897. Apply for accommodations to the ■ anager, K. STEELK, at ,he Mill Valley Sanitarium, East- laud, Marin county, Ca!. ; ou European p. an; mud baths a specialty. T BELMONT, SAN MATEO COUNTY, board lor summer months: private family; coquet, ground; large sunny rooms and b*)lard- room; convenient lor business men and tamily. Mlt^. M. HAJMSEN. TO LET-IN MILL VALLEY, ABBOfSFORO X Villa of 6 fiiMi s'ie-1 rooms aid bath, .with piano; '2 minutes' walk from station, inquire J. H. McINNES. Mill Valley. v. TO RENT— AT RUBICON PARK, LAKE TA- hoe, 2 5-room cottages furnished for housekeep- ing. Inquire of A. L. FROsT, Sacramento, or after June 1 to Rubicon Park. GOOD BOA 1 D ON RANCH. SUBURB-* OP ( ailstoga: plenty fresh esses butter chtciceni and milk; ifd and $7 weelt; botminera baths MRS. J. MONTGOMEKY. Callstoga. Napa Co.. Cal. ANDERSON SPRINGS, LAKE COUNTY, A open May 10: telephone connections; write for circular Address J. AN DEPISON, MidUietown. YPKKSSL\WS FRUIT FARM— GOOD T.V- \J be; home comforts. T. H. Kt'LEY. box 286, Napa, Cai. A WEEK'S NEWS FOR 5 CENTS — Till* i\. 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