Mrs. Merritt Must Find
CLARA SUTRO WITHDRAWS
WILL FIGHT TO CHANGE THE
OLD MAN'S RESIDENCE.
Such Is the Opinion of Friends and
Relatives of the Contend
The opening gun in the battle for the
possession of the person of Adolph Su
tro has been fired and the fight will
doubtless continue till the aged million
aire and philanthropist has either
passed away or is resting at ease in
his old home on the heights out by the
Y< sterday afternoon, through her at
torneys. Bishop and Wheeler, Clara Su
tro filed a petitiun in the Superior
•'ourt, asking that she be allowed to
Withdraw from the bond of her sis
ter, Kmma Laura Merritt, who is at
present guardian of the person and es
tate of her father. It is as follows:
The petition of Clara A. Sutro respect
■!■ petitioner is one of the
bondsm. n of ttmma Laura Merritt, guar
dian of the person and estate of Adolph
outre, an incompetent.
That ypur petitioner desires to with
draw frotn the bond of the said guardian,
lhat no injury can result from such
withdrawal tv those interested In the
Wherefore your petitioner prays that
your petitioner -be discharged from fur
tbe said bond hereto
lore given, and that the said guardian be
requn- a new bund in the place
and stead thereof. And yuur petitioner
will ever pray.
Through her action of yesterday
Clara Sutr.> cast aside the only yoke
that kept her from declaring open con
flict for the possession of her father.
In her action sh.^ has also an able ally
\ in her brother, Charles Sutro, who is
not less anxious than his sister to have
th e • . ..id man removed from
his present surroundings. Such being
the fact, the rumor that an open rup
ture had taken place in the family of
is doubtless true, and the breach
will just as likely widen as time goes
by. Friends and relatives of the con
ur brothers and sisters have labor
keep pea n them, and to
them reach an amicable settle
. but the period when such was
possible seems to have passed aud the
ts will now in all probability set
tle their differences.
The sympathy of the people i? with
the bmther and sister, who would have
their father restored to his old home.
■ "<>nsklerable comment was occasioned
when the old man was removed from
.what was thought would be Ris death
f bed to the hum.- ..f Mrs. Dr. Merritt de
spite the protestations of other chil- j
dren. Years ago the suffering man :
built the home from which he was re
moved a'n<l daily v.atched his garden-.
era as th--y worked among the flowers !
and on the emerald lawns that sur- !
round-d it. The home was his pride
and stroUing down its shaded walks he
spent the happiest days of his life. This
his son and daughter, who now wish
him back there, know, and they think
It cruei. Indeed, whf-n his mind, clouded
with age and the end that must come
11, approached, that he should be
away to a home he loved not.
removal caused the children who
would see him remain In the house on
the heißhta murh sorrow, and they will
continue to grieve until the law re
him to his home or time has ef-
I his memory.
OUTCOME OF A DISPUTE.
Photographer Hausler Arrested for
an Assault With a Deadly-
F. O. Hansler was arrested yesterday
and charged with an assault with a
deadly weapon on a warrant sworn to by
Herman Janus. The former's wife was
also arrested on a charge of battery, and
both were released on bail. The cause
of their arr<-st was the outcome of a dis
pute which occurred in Hausler's photo
graphic gallery on Market street a few
nights ago over the right to occupy a re
ception-room. The prosecutor leased
apartments leading off the gallery from
Hausler with the understanding that he
could use the elevator and reception room.
The contract was carried out until a
misunderstanding arose and Hausler de
nied them the privilege. The latter placed
a lock on the elevator, and was proceed
ing to replace the lock that had been torn
off by Janus when he was attacked by
three men. -In protecting himself he cut
■wide swaths in the air with his hatchet,
and his wife aided him in a feminine way.
The participants raised such a disturb
ance that the police were compelled to re
sort to heroic measures to quiet them. All
hands with the exception of. the lady were
removed to the City Prison,, wherecharges.
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ST. MICHAEL, AND DAW-
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The Newly built Triple Expansion' Steamer ■•
Connecting 1 * at the mouth of the Putnam
River with the river steamer ARCTIC BIRD,
which will tranefrr passengers up the Putnam
River about the vicinity of Fort Cosmos.
JUNE 6-" 7
FOR ST. MICHAEL. DAWSON CITY AND
YUKON RIVER POINTS,
The Magnificent' Steamer
Capacity 700 Passengers, 2000 Tona of Freight.
\ The above steamers are the • finest of tfielr
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of disturbing the peace were placed
It is understood that the troubles of the
parties are not yet over, as civil proceed
ings will soon be instituted to establish
their rights under the lease.
. » ■
IN BELLAMY'S MEMORY.
The Socialists Have Called a Mass-
Meeting to Honor the Great
Under the direction of Socialists, a
memorial meeting in honor of Edward
Bellamy will be held at the Turk-street
Temple on Friday evening. In order to
enable the public acquainted with, and
interested in Bellamy's work to come to
gether upon one common platform, irre
spective or religions, creeds and private
interests, to express their regard for the
dead social reformer, the socialists have
issued invitations to all the leading so
cieties of social reform in this city and
Oakland to participate and send repre
sentatives and speakers. Among them
are the following: The Ministerial Union
of San Francisco, the Theosophical Soci
ety, Young Men's Christian Association,
Young Men's Institute, Woman's Chris
tian Temperance Union, San Francisco
Labor Council, the Building Trades Coun
cil, Cigarmakers' International Union,
Turn Verein, Vorwaerts. Oakland Section
of the Socialist Labor party, American
Branch, Socialist Labor party, the So
cial Democracy of San Fiancisco, and the
public in general.
Appropriate musir- and songs will be
rencfered by Mrs. Whitney, Miss Aspden
and the German socialist choir. Speeches
becoming to the occasion will be made
by the various representatives.
MESSRS. GREEN AND ROSEN
As There Seems to Be No Prospect of
Settling the Difficulty Here, an
Appeal Was Sent to
The Chinatown-made uniforms are still
I occupying the attention of the labor or
ganizations, and no labor or expense will
be spared to put a stop to the practice
iof * having the clothing: made there,
i if possible. 1 ' When the representatives of
! the labor organizations interviewed the
I local authorities Friday afternoon they
were informed that no more goods were
going to Chinatown. Repeated state-
I ments to the contrary, however, made
them suspicious, and yesterday afternoon
Deputy Labor Commissioner Green and j
Ed Rosenberg, secretary of the Labor
Council, started on a tour of investiga
tion. They first visited a shop kept by i
Fay Kee, at 1020 Stockton street, where j
there were ten Chinamen busy making
soldier pants. The room was full of
bundles of cut clothing with tags at
tached from the San Francisco quarter- (
master's department, U. S. A. Mr. Rosen- !
! burg borrowed one of the tags and holds I
it as a trophy. When the workmen were
questioned they said that the proprietor
was out and no one knew when he would !
jbe back. They denied that the clothing '
i was for the soldiers, and said that they :
were making the goods to sell. The in- j
! vestlgators, however, were satisfied that
the goods were being manufactured for j
i the volunteers, and immediately sent the
SAN FRANCISCO, May EB, IS9R.
Russell A. Alper, Secretary of War. Wash-"
ington, D. C— White labor of California unani
mously protests asainst Chinese labor on soldier
uniforms. If Mongolian cheapness is waived,
■white labor provision inserted In contract and |
enforced by official In charge here, measure :
would aid suffering relatives of volunteers and j
adding popularity to administration's war pol- j
icy, encourage enlistments and tend to speedy, I
successful termination of war.
Secretary San Francisco Labor Council.
-SAN FRANCISCO, May 28, 1898. •
Samuel Gompere. President American Federa
tion of Labor, Washington, D. C— Work on
soldier uniforms now done mainly by Chinese.
Have sent protest to Secretary Alfi-er. Add
yours. . . ED ROSENBERG, '
Secretary Labor Council.
SCHOOL FUNDS SHOBT.
The Teachers to Have No Pay for the
Month of June.
Through the mismanagement of the
I School Board the teachers will have to go
j without their June salaries until such
I time as more money comes In from the
i taxpayers during the next fiscal year.
The report of the Finance Committee, of
] which Sam Waller is chairman, was pre
| sented to the board at a meeting on Fri
i day evening from which the following is
: a summary: Bills for supplies amounting
Ito $18,&51 40 were before the committee,
! and the bills for the month of May
and June, the last of the present fiscal
I year, are yet to come in. Teachers' May
| salaries amounted to $54,000 and of shop
; and office employes $1500, making the total
I for salaries $85.5'j0. Consequently, the de
! mands against the school fund were $104,
351 43, in addition to which must be count
ed the June salaries, $85,500, and supply
I bills, unestimated.
The Salaries Committee reported that
the returns from the State Controller
showed a surplus for the department of
$91,000. and this, with the $5i),000 stlU in
j the treasury, brought the available funds
up to $141,000 to me«t demands of $IS9,-
Ssl 4.< and supply bills. The deficit, there
fore, would reach 550,000 by the end of the
! present fiscal year, without estimating
j bills not yet before the board.
It was decided to pay May salaries in
full, but to hold out all merchants' bills
j until after the fiscal year. June salary
\ demands will be held over until the bills
i are paid in July.
Tournaments at the California Club
The second interclub tennis match of
the series was played yesterday afternoon
at the California Tennis Club of this city.
The match wa? between the first teams
of both clubs. Oakland was represented
by the crack double team, Sumner Hardy
and Sain Hardy. The colors of the Cali
fornia Club were upheld by Adams and
Weihe. Oakland proved too strong: a team
for the home players, who succumbed in
three straight sets.
The first set was won in very easy fash
ion by the Oaklanders. The score. 6—o,
is a complete talo in itself. In the sec
ond set Adams ami Weihe pleiced up con
siderably, and managed to get four rajpefl,
when their hopes were suddenly aaeb.eti
to the ground by. a burst of speed on the
part of the .Hardys, which won for them
th£ second set of the match. The third
set was very much like the first, and
identical in score. The complete score
of the match was 6—o, 6—4.6 — 4. 6—o.
The junior ladies' tournament, which
was left unfinished, was completed yes
terday. Miss Eckart beat Miss Parker,
the runner-up, two out of three sets
Each contestant had a set apiece when
time was called for play. The score of
this match was 6—.?, 3— fi, fl — 4. Miss Eck
art is now the champion of the girls'
The match between Joe Daily and
George Whitney and Robert N. Whitney
and George Bradshaw was postponed until
A Notable Window.
For the past few years the show win
flows of "Raphaels," the clothiers, of
San Francisco, have been marvels of
originality and beauty, but probably
no effort of this house in the past has
quite equaled the unique and patriotic
design now exhibited as a memorial
to the unfortunate victims of the
Arrested on a Novel Charge.
Lewis Thors, a photographer, was ar
rested yesterday on a warrant sworn to
by Emma F. Mandon on a charge of re
fusing to exhibit books of a corporation.
He was released by Judge Joachimsen.
Thors claims his arrest was instigated by
a photographer named Williams, and
that the complaining witness is the lat
Hurt in a Collision.
Jefferson Powers, a livery stable keep
er, living at 2125 Mission street, while out
driving yesterday, was thrown from his
vehicle by colliding with a heavy wagon,
and Buffered a scalp wound and an abra-
Blon of the arm. He was treated at th c
City and County Hospital, and was re
moved to his home.
THE SAX FRANCISCO CALL, SUNDAY, MAY 29, 1898.
WHO WILL BE
Supervisors and Bosses
A DARK HORSE EXPECTED.
GAVIGAN, MOGAN, SPINETTI
Possibility That Walter Gallagher,
the Practitioner, May Be Ac
cepted by the Factions as
Just now there is much speculation In
and about the new City Hall and at cer
tain political headquarters as to who will
be the police magistrate appointed by the
Board of Supervisors to succeed the late
Judge Campbell In Department L The
time is short now and next Tuesday will
ccc the wind-up.
A long and heated caucus was held on
Friday afternoon, at which no result was
had. Supervisors Clinton, Dodge and Rot
tanzi, the Democratic minority, of course
were absent. Rainey wanted Dr. Gavigan
to ornament the bench, but could only
muster four of his steady henchmen,
namely, Devany, Delany, Britt and Riv
ers. Lanigan, the thirteenth member of
the board, declared tor 12. P. Mogan, the
present prosecuting attorney of Judge
Conlan's court. He had two sturdy fol
lowers—Haskins and Sheehan.
This is only one-half of the votes of the
board and not enough to elect. Up to the
present time the two bosses have not
been able to agree upon any one candi
date who can go in with seven votes. It
is also certain that Rainey and Lanigan
will not agree upon ex-Superior Judge
Lawler, because he is not particularly to
the liking of the Chief of Police, who, it
is understood, would accept either Mogan
or Spinetti, who was prosecuting at
torney under Judge Campbell. The Chief
is now willing to accept Mogan in order
to reduce friction, and to that end Ser
geant Bethel and Detective Dillon and
others are apparently lending their aid.
In the midst of all this it is stated that
a dark horse in the person of the well
known practitioner, Walter Gallagher,
will come in as a compromise candidate.
As he is not a boss man there will be
gnashing of teeth if such a thing does
come to pass.
More Milknien in Trouble.
Health Officer J. P. Dockery is still on
the milk warpath. Yesterday he obtained
warrants tor the following on the charge
of dilution: Casper Furrer, Nevada
dairy. Porter avenue, near the Six-mile
House, Mission road; Frank Murphy, San
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This steamer is fitted with 1260-horsepower engines, 10,000-candle-po'wer search-
light, electric lights throughout, hot and cold water service all through the boat
ladies' and gents' baths, steam steering gear, piano, social hall, comfortable smok-
ing-room, besides mosquito-proof windows and doors. Speed twenty knots per hour
The construction of this steamer has been supervised by experienced Yukon 1
Special attention has been paid to the selection of only flrst-class Yukon pilots
so that those procuring passage are assured of earliest possible arrival at Dawson
or Fort Selkirk.
Rates as low as any competing first-class line, with liberal allowance of bag-
Mr. Pat Galvin, president of the company, has established warehouses and
trading posts on the Yukon River for the accommodation of passengers via tho
Stewardess will accompany steamer.
Cabin and table unsurpassed.
Sailing date of other steamers to be named later.
For tickets and freight and full Information call on or address,
305 Market Street,
TELEPHONE CLAY 20;2,
Or J. G. McCALL, General Passenger and Freight Agent,
46 Market Street, San Francisco, Cal.
ONE BLOCK FROM FERRY. JOSEPH BELL. Vice-President
PAT GALVIN, President. J. C. BESLEY, Traffic Manager!
Many of you are drifting on a shoreless sea,
far from a harbor of safety. Such negligence
Is criminal. : Time is indeed precious to such
men. It means more than money. It means
more than the wealth of .all the world. Thous-
ands of reasons have been dethroned by such
neglect, and many pitiable wrecks of human
beings line the wayside, the results of neglect.
NOT A DOLLAR NEED BE PAID to Dr.
Meyers & Co. of 731 Market street, UNTIL
CURE IS EFFECTED.
If you have lan ailment recently contracted.
lor which ha 3 become dangerous or ohronio
through bad treatment, or a weakness that Is
I robbing you of Manhood and Self-Respect, you
should consult the physicians of Dr. Meyers
& Co.'s institute. They can cure and restore
! you quickly and permanently.
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i «lat*- • ; - '
Francisco cream depot. Sixteenth and
Mission streets; S. L. Bacher, Bay View,
South San Francisco; L. Anthenin, Green
Mountain dairy. University Mound.
In future Inspector Dockey will carry
his milk test with him on his midnight
raids and instead of taking samples as he
now does he will, if he hnds the milk doc
tored dump the entire contents of the
cans in the gutter. This will prevent the
delivery of any inferior milk to the cus
tomers, while the tests are being made
in the office as is now the custom.
A GROOM'S SUICIDE.
Joseph Walton of Wales Ends His
Life by Swallowing Car
Joseph Walton, a groom, committed sui
cide yesterday afternoon by swallowing
The deceased, judging from a letter left
to a friend and now in possession of the
Coroner, was a man educated far above
his station in life and comes from a good
family in Wales. He was a native of that
country and 30 years old. He had been
in the service of George A. Pope, of 1516
Jackson street, for several months, and
his best friend, Alexander Dellow, did not
even suspect that the young man har
bored a thought of making away with
himself. Delluw went to Walton's room
at 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon to carry
an order to him, and found him lying on
his bed dead. A bottle which had con
tained carbolic acid and a letter were ly
ing on the table. The following Is the let
Dear Alice: I am more than sorry to leave
you like this, but I can't help It. All my be
ionglnss I leave to you for your kindness to
me. I wish you would <3o one tiling for me,
and that Is to write to my home and say what
has happened to me. The address is: The
Raven, Welshford, Mount Somersetshire, North
The body was taken to the Morgue and
an inquest will be held.
The Johnson-Locke Mercantile Com
pany has just issued a very attractive
pamphlet on Alaska, with numerous
illustrations. It contains a large
amount of necessary information for
intending gold hunters, and incident
ally advertises the lines of transporta
tion represented by the firm.
The subject matter was prepared by
Walter B. Cooke of the Argonaut, and
is a credit to his abilities as a writer.
Pickpockets Make a Haul.
The ever present pickpocket plied his
nefarious calling at the butchers' picnic,
despite the efforts of the police to pre
vent his presence. H. Heidorn, of 973
Harrison street, reported to the police
yesterday that his pocketbook had been
taken from him by a nimble fingered
member of the profession. It contained
six $L'O gold pieces, one $50 greenback, a
gold coin and and a gold ring:.
"Old Friends" will picnic at Sausalito
Divorce Suits Filed,
Melchior Staehli has applied for a di
vorce from Helene Staehli, alleging de
sertion as a cause of action. Suits for
I divorce on the ground of failure to pro-
I vide were Hied by Louise Knowlton
i apralnst Thomas J. Knowiton aftd Marie
i Koehler against Hiiro Koehler.
Advances made on furniture and pianos, with
I or without removal. J. Noonan, 1017-1023 Mission.
SAILS JUNE 1O
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310 Clay St., San Francisco.
Phone Mum 1779.
Seattle Afeent: E. E. CAIINE. Arlington,
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for Bale, at 1073^ Market • St., 8. ■ F. • All prt-
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Spend your summer outing there and drink
from the famous
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Large Swimming Tank. Mineral. Tub. Vapor
and . Roman Baths. Competent Masseurs.
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Many improvements. New cottages. Bowling
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Only Resort Keeping Paid Orchestra.
Dancing, Tennis. Bowling. Billiards, Croquet,
Handball. Shulfltboard, Liver" and Burros for
RATES— and hotel cottages, $10 to $15
per week; housekeeping cottages, $3 to $7 per
Call or address
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22 Fourth St., San Francisco, or
BARTLETT SPRINGS, Lake County, CaL
" Pamphlets mailed free.
A MAGIC_ ISLAND !
A field for health and pleasure without a
counterpart in America or Europe. Most phe-
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Wild goat shooting. The great stage ride.
Delightful coast excursions. Novel out-door
sports. Music, dar.cing, pyrotechnics, water
Always open; modern appointments; o±flc!ent
Open July 1. SPLENDID AIUtANGEMENT
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WILMINGTON TRANSPORTATION CO.,
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Los Angeles, CaL
Uake County, Cal,
Curative powers of springs and mineral baths
unrivaled. Sixteen varieties of waters. A most
picturesque spot and charming climate. Easy
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Rates to suit all. Write J. MARTENS, Pro-
prietor, or in San Francisco, 416 Pine street, F.
PARAISO HOT SPRINGS,
. Monterey County, Cal.
For rest, health and pleasure, fine waters
and baths, cleanest accommodation and table,
Paralso stands unsurpassed; round-trip tickets
at 613 Market St., S. F.. JS; trains leave daily
at Third and Townsend 9 a. m for Solcdad.
For terms' and free pamphlet address R.
PI/ I P HOTSPKINGS, SonomvCo
\R UllilN Only ** hours from S. F. and
JIinUUU but 9 miles' staging; waters
noted for medicinal virtues; best natural bath
n State; swimming and boating; grand moun-
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streams at door; photographers* room; tele-
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SERVICE; morning and afternoon stages;
•ound trip from S. F. only $5 50; take Tiburon.
rerry at 7:30 a. m. or 3:30 p. m. Terms, $2 a
lay or $12 a week. Reference, any guest of tha
past three years. J. F. MULGREW. Prop.
Thla delightful watering: place is located In
the midst of the Coast Range.
Abundance of mineral springs, hot ana cold
plunge baths, large swimming tank of mineral
water ' fine stone dining room: telephone con-
nections, electric lights, livery accommodation;
good trout fishing and hunting. Round trip
tickets at Southern Pacific offices, ?10.
■ uc JOHN SPAULDING. Proprietor.
J. WALLACE SPAULDING. Manager.
On Howell Mountain; elevation 1750 feet:
Bwimroing tank 100x40; temperature of water
78 degrees; climate unsurpassed: cnalybpate
and other springs; tennis, croquet, riding,
driving, $10 to $12 per week; two trains dally;
four hour a from city. Telephone.
E. ANGWIN. Angwln. Napa County. Cal.
KLAMATH HOT SPRINGS.
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Finest flshingjind health resort on the Coast.
For particulars write to EDSON BROS.. Bes-
wick, Sisklyou County, Cal.
ST. HELENA SANITARIUM.
Natural advantages; salubrious llmcte; pic-
turesque scenery; mountain walk 3; . pure
upring water; beautiful drives; pine groves;
lawns and gardens. , The best advantages for
those who need to obtain comfort, rest and
health culture In a short time. Address St.
Helena Sar.f'arlum, St. Heiena. Cal.
Stage ride shortened 24 miles by Sierra Rail-
way to Jamestown. Fare S. F. "to Calaveras
Big Trees and return $17. JAMES M. HUTCH-
INGS, Agent, 30 Montgomery street.
Ffne spring water, fresh bnttfr. epg* and
milk- magnificent location; grand scenery.
Rates $7 to $9 per wek: children, half price.
Address MRS. B. KUNZEL. Napa. Cal.
h^rbinThot sulphur springs.
Most wonderful waters; all kinds of skin
dieeases cured in marvelously short time: kid-
ney liver, catarrh, rheumatism and stomach
troubles immediately relieved; rates $10 to $18
per week. Long-distance telephone. Address
J. A. HATS, Proprietor. Lake County.
Two miles from Hopland; unequaled soda
and magnesia springs; hot and cold batb.3; fur-
nished cottacres: terir.s $10 to *'2 per week.
Telephone. Buy through tickets. O. HOWELL.
Proprietor, Hopland. Ctl.
LAUREL DELL LAKE.
Increased facilities for comfort and pleasure;
new dining-room, 130 ft. lake frontage; new
stable and livery; boating and bathing ."ree:
$8 to $14 per week; round trip, $9 50. H. WAM-
BOLD, Prop., Bertha P. 0., Lake County, Cal.
Famous mountain health and pleasure resort.
Elevation 1200 feet. Relief for asthmatics.
Fishing, boating, hunting and swimming.
Terms. $7 to $10. Send for circular to
JOHANNISBERG RESORT. Napa, Cal.
DEER PARK INN
(Lake Tahoe), elevation 6»>07 feeet, opens June
1. Fine accommodations. Cottages with pri-
vate baths and open fires. Table unsurpassed.
K. R. rates, $13 60 for ROUND TRIP. J. 8.
L.IBUY. room 2, Flood building. Ban Fraaciico.
is along SAN FRANCISCO and ;
th LI e N£ NORTH PACIFIC R'Y j
(Tha Picturesque Route of California.)
If you want to camp, ' pitch a tent near a
lovely lake, or on the bank of some beautiful
stream, of -which there are over 200. well |
stocked with trout.
If you want ,to drink health-giving waters ;
and enjoy social life, visit one cf our many
Mineral Spring Resortu.
If you want to enjoy the V.oire life of a j
ranch there are many ranchers who will ba i
glad to have you. :..'.:;
Camping grounds are free.
. At the Resorts and the homes of the ranchers j
charges are reasonable. 1 ;-^-'4- ; 'r
For detailed information apply at Ticket j
Office. 650 Market st. (Chronicle building), or |
at General Office. Mutual Life building, San- |
some and California sts.
R. X. RYAN, General Passenger Agent. •
A. W. . FOSTER. President and General ;
All along the San Francisco and North Pa-
cific Railway, in Marin, Sonoma, Mendocino
and Lake counties.
Special camps with free wood on our Sonoma !
and Guerneville branches, along Sonoma Creek j
and Russian River. Fishing, boating, bathing.
Easy access to city. Low rates. Supplies from
neighboring towns delivered dally at camps.
For ' detailed Information apply at . Ticket
Office, 650 Market st. (Chronicle building), or at
General Office, Mutual Life building, Sansome !
and California sts.
R. X. RYAN, General Passenger Agent. ..'
3 A. W. FOSTER, President and General Man-
ager. . ■" ..
■■: ■' - HOTEL - • • ■'■>"•■-
»T -lii OAKLAND,
/J£so^s2fa 13th and Jefferson Sts.
Only 35 minutes
VaSM^DVinm a desirable resort for
•*Sig*E2y3F Families, Travelers
-PP, , •-■ An ideal - place . for rest,
/J!J«-^— *■» recreation s.nd health.
/IP Til >fl ' Naturally - warm mlnera
/"fivllllJL water in swimming tank
■*■ •'***'• and tub baths. No stag
ing — private r!g meet
fy - • train at St. Helena. Round
W tffftffl tYC trl P tickets. $7. Rates. $10
jprinifS' 12 $i4aw —
JT O W. L.' MITCHTXL,
Manager. Lidell, Napa
S. F. Agent, - County, Cal.
F. V. OWEN. Claus Spreckels Building.
A Charming Spat to Visit This Summer.
Boats free to guests. Fine fishing. Excellent
table. Clean beds Find careful attention to
patrons. Climate perfect. Sixteen miles from
Truckee In the heart of the Sierras and sur-
rounded by magnificent trees of .an unbroken
forest. The ideal spot for families because It is
clean, ' no poison oak, no pests. And pure air
and pure water. Address MRS. H. M. CLEM-
ONS, .Virginia City, before June 1, wben Inde-
pendence Lake will be open to the public.
Sonoma County, 6 Hours from . San Franciico.
ONE OF NATURE'S WONDERS.
Grandest scenery. The hotel . an enchanting
embowered home. Bath house rebuilt, elegant
porcelain tubs. _ tennis court, etc.
NATURAL STEAM AND MINERAL BATHS.
Tepid Swimming L.ake. Long-distance Tele-
phone, Telegraph. ■ etc. Table unsurpassed.
Terms, $10 and $15 per week: $2 and $2 50 per
day. • R. M. HORTON. Proprietor.
Santa Cruz. Mountains on San Lorenzo River.
2 hours from S. F.. 40 minutes ■ from Santa
Cruz; grounds and river lit by-electric lights:
tennis, bowling, boating, bathing and fishing:
finest hall and .dining-room- in - Santa Cruz
Mts. ; club,' billiard and smoking rooms. New,
hard finished and elegantly furnished. Tele-
phone and ' telegraph service. ! Round trip, I $3.
Address THOMAS L. BELL, Prop., South . Ben
Lomond. . ' •••■-..■. _y -
/T T\ C.nnn TliriT And good treat-
/;! W UUUD LUwK ment go hand In
Ufionn at HOTEL GISELMAN,
UUUII LIVK ment go hand la
hand at HOTEL GISELMAK.
l\ M Lakeport> Cal.
A. H. SPUR R, Proprietor.
PLANTATION HOUSE, ■',■'
Eighteen miles from Cazadero. on stage line.
3ood trout fishing, . plenty fruit, cream and
nilk; free conveyance for parties of two or
-nore: grand ledwood scenery. Address J.
LUTTRINGER. Seaview, Sonoma County, or
ipply E. KRUSE, 207 Front St.. S. F-, for. par-
ticulars. '- ■ ' - '
rehama County. By rail to Red Bluff, 199
■nilca; fare, $6 45; daily Ftage to spring*. 9
■nlles; fare, $1; elevation 1000 feet; 20 furnish*'!
•ottages for rent; accommodations at hotel for
100 people; telephone, telegraph and postoffice
n hotel: rates. $10 and up; rend for book of
nformation and testimonials. \ ED. B. WAL-
BRIDGE. Proprietor. ■■ -. -: .- ■ --. ■-•■ - .■■
AGUA CALIENTE SPRIfvGS HOTEL, '
Sonoma Valley, two hours from S. F., via Tib-
iron ferry. AVarm mineral swimming and: tub
aaths. Hotel completely remodeled and refur-
lished. ' Water, gas, electric bells. Rates $10 to
>13 per week, $2 per day. Address AGUA CALI-
KNTE SPRINGS, Aqua Caliente, Sonoma Co.,
ZaX.- -- --■ - ' , .
HOTEL BENVENUE, '
. Lakeport, Cal. ;;■ :
Situated on the shore of Clear Lake; tins
arge grounds; ' special facilities for families
mdi children; home cooking; ■ boating., bathing,
Ishlng; rates reasonable. Address. FRANK
SCALES and A. M. SCALES. '
SODA BAY RESORT.
' Most ■ delightful ' spot in Lake County; hunt-
ng, fishing, boating, swimming;,' table • sup-
illcd with best market affords. Address HEATH
1 BURLINGAME, ' Proprietors. Soda Bay,
velseyville. Lake County, Cal.
SUMMER HOME FARM.
Eanta Cruz Mounuins, . flrst-cl&ss ' family re-
ort; cottages, , tents, hunting and . fishing; ar-
lficial . lake for boating and swimming; long
llstance telephone; camper*' return ticket!
2 50. Send for circular to J. H. HAE&TKRS.
jieawocd. Cal* :: ; . .■;.•:. ..
El Paso de Robles Springs Hotel,
PASO DE ROBLES, CALIFORNIA. -■
Otto E. Never Proprietor
UNDER NEW AND EXPERIENCED J
GREATEST HEALTH AND PLEASURE
RESORT ON THE COAST.
MUD AND SULPHUR BATHS,
NEW HOTEL AND COTTAGES.
For information ca!l or write W. M. COW-
ARD, 11 Montgomery street, San Francisco.
DRINK PASO ROBLES SODA WATER. ~
LAKE COUNTY. CAL.
BEST PLACE IN CALIFORNIA FOB
HEALTH OR PLEASURE.
THIRTY OF THE GREATEST MINERAI*
springs in America; all idnds of amuse- .
ments; new ewimraing tank, baths and bowl-
Ing alley. First-class accommodations: rates
reasonable. Write for illustrated pamphlet*.
San Francisco office, 316 Montgomery street.
Address HIGHLAND SPRINGS. Cal.
Situated in the heart of he redwoods, t
miles from . Glenwood, county of Santa Croz. .
Magnificent mountain scenery; t rvatlon 1900
feet. Springs especially adapted for rheuma-
tism. Climate unsurpassed for pulmonary
troubles. Terms $7 and up. Hunting, fishing, f
lawn tennis, bowling alley, billiards, piano,
etc. Cottage* for families. Stage fare, 50c,'
over a mountain boulevard, where the nicest
scenery is to be seen of this and other counties.
Address L. PERHACS. Glenwood. .
iss\\\r a r*rv springs.
tl I 9 W A Ft 11 LAKE COUNTY
** ¥ " ■ r V*^ JL * LAKE COUNf V
Rates, JB. $10 and $12. Special terms to fam-
ilies. Postoffice and telephone.
Round trip, $10. Southern Pacific office, 619
Market street. ' - ;
Address MRS. R. J. BEEBY.
MOST- BEAtJTirCL SPOI IN LAKB COUNTY.
The Mineral Springs are well known for mar-
velous cures when everything else failed, es-
pecially in cases of STOMACH. LIVER, KID-
NEY and BLADDER affections. New hotel;
superior accommodations; $3 to $10 per we-k:
roads excellent; good trout fishing and deer
huntinr on property. For particulars -'rite W.
R. McGOVERN. Carlsbad. Lake Conr.ty.
LAKESIDE HOUSE, Lake Tahoe.
Good cheer and home comforts. Best location
for driving to all points of interest on or near
the lake. TSoats fr-»e to guests. For circular'
and terms address E. B. SMITH & CO., Bijou
Postoffice, Cal. ■ ' ' '
■Bf TOCALOMA. MM c \ riß
BERTRfIND HOTEL. .
First - class accommodations; reasonable'
rates: fishing; beautiful drives to Bear Valley, ;
etc. JOSEFH F. BERTRAND or 221 Kearny st. i
Sierra Nevada Mountains. Sixteen rooms added.
Fine table. All kinds of mountain fruit, fresh
vegetables, pure milk and cream. Springs oC
pure, soft spring water. Illustrated circular.
THOMAS E. MORGAN, Monte Vista. Dutch
Flat. Placer County, Cal. 1
(San Mateo County.)
Redlngton Place for rest and comfort, from
June 11. Address IRA. G. HOITT.
On line of C. P. R. R. Elevation, 6009 feet.
Daily mail. Telephone connections. New ac-
commodations. Open June 1. Address GOUL-
DEN & JACOBS, Dormer, Placer Co.. Cal.
■ ■.■ LE TRIANON HOTEL.
Reopened. New ■ management. Beautifully j
situated on Upper Blue Lake, Lake.- Co., Cal. ;
L,eave S. F. 7 a. m., arrive Trianon 5 p. m.
Wishing, hunting, boating and bathing. Supe-
•ior table. Chicken dinners Sunday. Wednesday
md Friday. Ten.is, $7 to $10 t>er week.
iV. S. PHILLIPS. Bertha P.- P.. Lake Co.. Cal.
MENLO PARK residence furnished to rent
for the summer or for a year; contains 17
rooms, 5 baths, all perfect condition; sum- .
mer houses: flowers, vegetable garden: fruits;
shade trees, etc.; tas, with electric lighting
in house and grounds ; horses, carriages and
cows if desired. Terms ton application to
JULIEN SMITH, Real Estate Agent, -420
Montgomery st. ■ ' .-
3OARD en ranch 1 mile from station; 2000 feet
elevation; good board and beds; $6 per week;
round trlpfrom S. F. $3; free drives. Ad-
dress Redwood Grove, Occidental, Sonoma On.
VRITE W. H. MILLER, Ukiah. for livery ac-
commodations to springs in Lake and Men-
docino counties to save money. ,
VRITE SMITH, & HILL. Ukiah. for j l!very
accommodations to springs in Lake and Men-
doclno -counties to save money.
Ciic-.tKstfi-'e EnxUah Diamond BranJ. *'-
_ <ff*y - . ' Original and Only Ceunlne. •■- ■A, -.-:
>-./*liJ*^ s»n, »lw»y» reliable. t*Dtc» uk
f'J^i «AvW>l I'ru:nU» fcr Chic\etter* English Dfa-itfVY'
LJ*i&Xjl£hm,m<i Brand In Ued »ad Gold m»;a!l!o\w7
T-v TwjHhoxfa. inlti with t>Ke ribbon. Take Vi/
T*l i»S» HvOjno ethvr. Refute dangrront nulstim- V ■
|"l — . tiara and imitationt. AtDrag^iti,oriend4«."-
■ I • ■S ' n I '-» m P* for rartieolari, tntimoniila »nl
\C* ' 'XT "Krllef for t«<H*«," in letter, by retnm
Jk fir . Slail. - 10,000 Twtlrooniali. i JT«n« Paper.
rckli-»ie»ter Chemical 00., M ndtko* Bqiar.,
bid bj all Lee»: DraoMa, . ■-.--. PI!M. VPA., i'^»
T»HrM WEr.LKXOWM AND RKLIABLE OLtl
J. l > rivat-'>,N>rvous,?iiooclainJSkia t
Diseasesof Men only. Manly Power restored. Orer
20years* experience. Send for Book.free. ' j'atients
znredat Home. Terms reasonable. Honrs, 9 to S
Jally;6:3o to S.SOev'gs. Saridays, 10 to 12. Consulta- ■-
tlonfree and sacredly conUdentia 1 .. Call or address
SSSSr. BOSCOE M«\l'jL, TV, M. I>-j"*^S
*6>^ Iteorny Street. San Franciicit. P b|.
;^. WONG WOO,
■f^% CHINESE TEA AND HERB
£WONG WOO, s
CHINESE TEA AND HERB
r 1; -5E^^' ; - 78 *" 8 a CLAY ST., Ban Franciaeo,O*l
,/asßawa* All diseases cured exclualva-
Ktf?Sp?XJW ly by Chinese herbs, over 8000
Ww%B*f i»* varieties being used. ADVICB
REE. Hours, »:30 to 11 a. in., I to I «uid lU|
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