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DESERTED BY A CRUEL MOTHER. Harold Dickson, an Injured Babe, Reveals the Heartlessness of a Worthless Parent. Nrglceted and deserted by his mother, Harold Dickson, a manly little fel low two years old. wandered into the street in front of his home, at 525 J 4 Howard street, yesterday evening, and was run over by a passing milk wagon. The baby was taken to the Harbcr Receiving Hospital and an abra sion of the right leg was treated by Dr. Deas. The injury to the boy was slight, but the accident brought to light the sad story of the desertion of an honest, hard-working husband and six help less babes by a nenrtless wife and mother. Richard Dickson. the father of the injured boy, is employed at thfi Union Iron Works, and is considered by those who know him to be a sober, industrious man. His family until two days ago consisted of a wife and five children— two boys and three girls— the oldest of which is but six years of nR»\ Sat unlay night the wife and mother was persuaded to leave her home and family and cast her fortune with a male admirer. The husband is heartbroken over the desertion of his helpmate for his children's sake, as he is at a loss to know how to give his babies the care they need. He was at work all day yesterday, and during his absence the children had to depend on the kindness of neighbors. All of the children are bright and intelligent, and, young as they are, realize that the mother whom they thought would love and protect them, has left them to the ten der mercy of strangers. Rev. W. I. Kip of the Mission of the Good Samaritan has known of the condition of the family for some time, and when he heard of the injury to the little boy took immediate steps for the future care of him and his broth ers and sisters The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children was notified of the case, and will probably take some action in the matter. The injured child was taken home by his father after his injuries had been attended to, but probably all of the children will be placed in some institution. It is stated that Mrs. Dickson ran away from home once before, and when she returned her husband had her placed in the Rescue Home of the Salva tion Army. Later she repented of her action and was allowed to return to her family on promise of good behavior. BULLSEYES WERE FOUND QUITE OFTEN Good Scores Made at Schuetzen Park. NAVAL MILITARY'S SHOOT CENTERS AT SHELL MOUND HARD TO HIT. The Conditions Were Perfect, but the Marksmen Were Not TJp to Their Best Standard. The Results. The smoke from many marksmen's rifles curled In hazy rings above the shooting stand at Schuetzen Park yesterday, and bullseyt-s -were punctured often. The day was sultry, but the atmosphere bright and clear, with not a zephyr to swerve the bullets from their course. Two clubs hela monthly medal contests, the California Schuetzen Club aiid the San Francisco Grutll Shooting Section. A. Strecker, "the tall sycamore of Post .street," was not In good form and failed to add to his numerous laurels. Follow ing were the scores: First champion class— John Utschlg Sr. first, «:.; Charles Thlerbach second, 392. Second champion class— D. B. Faktor first, 42* ; no second. . First cla.«s-F. E. Mason first, 419; N. Fred ericks second, 417. Second class— C. Eging first, 415; J. Fetx sec . ond, .414. Third class — A. Hampel first, 373; Charles . Saßehorn second, 534. Fourth class— J. Wollmer first, 406; J. H. Pubs second, 303. Cadets' claps— J. Tammeyer first. 895; W. T'tschlg second. 394; E. Woerner third, 274; J. KuHman fourth. 324. J. "Wollmer scored the first best shot, a bulls eye, and F. A. Kuhls wns the last rifleman to puncture the target for 25 points. In the Grutll monthly medal shoot George Hauser carried off the honors ot . tallying up the first birdseye. and A. C.phrot the last. The latter also carried off the prize In the first champion clas*. In detail the following was the score: First champion class — A. Gehret, 418. ■•Second champion class — F. Baungartner, 417. Third champion class— J. Fetz, 40<i. First class— George R. Hauser. 40*. Second class— A. Struder. 379; L. Hausrr, 574; Charles Ott, 357: Edward Kunz, 854; J. Oppen zeller. 330. Charles Subs was the only marksman to shoot .. In the third class, and made a score of 268. ■;'; AT SHELL MOUND. A Good Attendance for an Off I Day at the Berkeley •■•'.. Range. For an off day there was fairly good attendance of riflemen at the Shell Mound range yesterday and thouph the light was excellent and the wind steady no very remarkable scores were made. A number of the members of the First and Second Divisions of the Naval Mili tia were out for their monthy practice and competition for class medals. They do not know when they will need all the knowledge they acquire at the targets. The Independent Rifles, an unattached body, also held its class medal contest. Corporal F. Hau was high man with 42. George Hetzel, the class champion of the Deutscher Krieger Verein, carried off the honors with a score of 361. The scores of these marksmen are as follows: Deutscher Krieger Verein. 20 shots, German Sii-rin* target, champion class— George Hetzel 361 rings; first class, Nick Biezel. 327 rings second class, John Bender, 2SI rings; third class, L. Laubscher. SO rings; most centers, Henry Mohr; best first shot, D. Oeltjen, 21; best last shot, George Hetzel, 20. Independent Rifles, 10 shots, military rifle. Blunt target—Corporal F. Hau. 42; Lieutenant E. Moennlng. 41; Sergeant C. Andrews, 41; Sergeant C. Kornbeck, 41; H. Gaetgen, M; C. Staud». 31: Sergeant C. Schneider, 34: Cor poral r. SchonlK, 35; C. Gilberson, 22; F. Laun. 19; O. Willweber, 43. Naval militia. Lee rifle, 10 shots. Blunt tar- Ket—V. Paris, 37: A. G. Quinlin. 37; R. B. Coggins. 36; F. Burns. 34; C. Welby. 29; J. Farnham, 26; B. Thiele, 25; G. E. Shuey. 24; G. Hammond, 23; R. W. Blake, 23; H. Imhof, 18; J. E. Back, 17; J. L. Soher, 16; 11. A. Hil ton, 14. ' THE WAR AND THE DAY. Rev. C. E. Locke Delivers an. In tensely Patriotic Sermon. Dr. C. E. Locke of the Central Method ist Church, who has heretofore shown his Intense patriotism, delivered 'one of his American discourses at the evening ser vice yesterday to an over-crowded house. The eve of America's anniversary falling on the Sabbath day was to him a happy event, more particularly in this year, when at a time our nation was engaged in a mighty struggle The present war would, he was sure, end as all other wars In which the American people had been engaged in victory, because we were right and God always stood with those in the right. This was not a war for conquest or gain, but one for suffering humanity against a cruel and tyrannical people. As the Hebrews of old were patriotic citizens who loved the land of their forefathers and their idolized Jerusalem, fought for It because it was their home and their all, so it is with the American citizen, who above all others on earth has a country worth loving. In none other is the spirit of liberty enjoyed by all as It is in the United States. The incentive for patriot- Ism is so great that should our beloved President call for 10,000 volunteers to-mor row there would be 40,000 volunteers ready to respond before the setting of the sun. A high compliment to the valor of our boys now at the front was paid, which brought forth a ringing round of ap plause. We have one of the very host armies both on land and on the spa that ever the sun shone on. Nelson said Eng land expects every man to do his duty; the same can be said of every American with this difference, that every American "does" his duty because his duty is that of protecting his own home and family. His patriotism to his country is akin to the love a man bears to his mother, to insult her means to have a light on your hands should you be the one who offered the Insult. Our citizens are made up of the best material imported from all the countries of Europe; they have the brains and the bone and sinew and the love of liberty, all of which goes to make brave and isrood men. The alliance of England and America means that the coming century will wit ness the English speaking people masters of the whole world and with it the spread of the gospel of Jesus Christ into the fur thermost parts of the earth. TURNER BUND CONVENTION. Representatives From All Parts of America and Canada Will At tend the Opening Session It is announced that the North Ameri can Turner Union will hold its eighteenth biennial convention in this city during: the present week. Nearly 150 delegates from the interior will arrive in the city to-day on the 9:15 o'clock train and will be received and welcomed upon their arrival at the Sixteenth-street sta tion in Oakland by a specially appointed committee. It is expected that repre sentative turners from all parts of the United States and Canada will attend the convention. Upon arrival here the delegates will be escorted to the headquarters of the San Francisco Turn Verein on Turk street, where an informal reception will be ten dered them, after which they will be es corted to their quarters at the various hotels. The opening session will com mence on Tuesday and will continue until THE SAN FRANCISCO CALIi, MONDAY, JTT.LY 4, 1898. Thursday. A formal banquet and recep tion will be held this evening at the San Francisco Turn Verein Hall. A similar greeting will be given the new-comers to morrow evening by the members of the Verein Elntracht at their hall on the corner of Twelfth and Folsom streets. On Wednesday evening the visitors will be escorted through Chinatown. For Thursday an excursion has been planned to the Cliff House and Sutro Heights. During the convention C. Braun of Louisville, Ky., who was recently elected chief officer of the organization, will preside. The executive committee In charge of the preliminaries consists of the follow ing members: Louis Markus (chairman), E. A. Denicke, G. A. Trost, Henry Raschen, Robert Barth, Fritz Attlnger, William Plagemann and Adam Brehm. TROOPS IN THE PARADE Brgadier General H. G. Otis Issues Instructions to the Regimental Com manders. Brigadier General Otis last evening sent the- letter that follows to the command ing officer of the regiments that will march to-day in the parade. The troops are In fine condition and eager to demonstrate their drilling and fighting efficiency: Sir: The major general commanding the di vision having already commanded you to re port to the corrimander of this brigade with your command for participation in the parade to take place in the city of San Francisco July 4th, the following Information Is now given you by direction of the brigadier com mander for your guidance on that day: The following organizations have been desig nated to take part in the parade: Seventh Cal ifornia Volunteers, Colonel Berry. command- Ing: Twentieth Kansas, Colonel Fred Funston, commanding; First Tennessee Volunteers. Col onel William C. Smith, commanding; Flfty flrst lowa Volunteers, Colonel John C. Loper, commanding. These organizations will take position In line In the order named. You will report with your regiment headed by its band, on Point Lobos avenue at 7:30 a. m. Officers and men will turn out in best condition practicable, with respect to soldierly appearance. The march will be in column of platoons, ex cept upon such side streets as may be too narrow. An interval of thirty paces will be preservpd between regiments. An aid will he detailed by the grand mar shal to accompany each regiment to its posi tion on one of the streets south of and at right angios with Market street, to be indi cated in each eas» by the aid. The Seventh California Regiment will be directed to its po sition on one of the streets near the water frnnt, its right resting on Market street. The other reg'reents of the brigade will take po sitir.n on adjacent streets immediately to the westward. The street! will be cleared in order to make the march in column practicable and you will see to It that the crowds do not push "the flies on either flar.k of the platoons out of their proper positions. When the parade shall have been finished the regiments will at once return to their re spective camps In order to avoid unnecessary fatigue to the men. CAMP MERRITT EXCITED. "The Daily Call's" Bulletins of the Victory at Santiago Cause Unbounded Enthusiasm. "Wild excitement reigned at Camp Mer ritt last night after the reception of The i Call bulletins announcing the great and : glorious news from Santiago. The bulle i tins were distributed throughout the i camp. The Kansas band turned out and ser | enaded the officers of the camp. Discipline was all but forgotten, and ! seniors hugged their juniors and yelled like incnrrigibles. The Tennessceans turned loose that , Southern yell and to the tune of "Hot ; Time" fell Into each other's arms and \ waltzed all over their camp. Even the staid 'officers of division head quarters let loose their enthusiasm and ' cheered to the echo the fighting brothers i in arms they have at the front. I THOSE CHINESE UNIFORMS A Board of Survey to Be Ap pointed by General H. G. Otis for the Third Brigade. It is likely that Brigadier General Otis, commanding' the Third Brigade, will to morrow appoint a board of survey to in- vestlgate the Chinese-made uniforms dealt out to the regiments of his com mand. The board of survey of the Second Bri gade will me£t to-day to inspect the uni forms of the Twentieth Kansas and Ne braska recruits. The board has not yet rendered to Gen eral King It? findings in the matter of the uniforms for the First Tennessee for the reason that the board finds it necessary to get further information concerning the original contract. Red Cross Flag Presentation. The patriotic Red Cross ladies of Placer ville have sent to W. C. Smith of the field hospital staff a handsome Red Cross flag, accompanied by the following note: To the I'lacerville boys who are fighting for their country, with the best wishes of the Red Cross, from Mrs. H. H. Walling, Mrs. C. A. Surslee. Mrs. M. P. Bennett, Mrs. I. M. Procter and Mrs. J. H. Burnham. Sports in the Handball Arena. Ryan's handball court, at SSB Howard street, was the scene of some good pla;r yesterday afternoon. The local talen v . were somewhat surprised when a delega tion from the Montana boys in blue, con sisting of Sergeant Miles Kelly, O. O. Malley and J. Cavanaugh of Company X stepped Into the court and signified their intention of giving the San Francisco ath letes a rub, just for fun. The game was accepted and several lively bouts fol lowed. The scores were: W. Hassell and E. Barry defeated M. Mc- Clure and A. Antran. Score: 21-14, 16-21, 21-18. R. Housman and T. Foley defeated J. Ho gan and T. Leach. Score: 21-13, 17-21, 21-15. M. Berwln and G. Berwln defeated G. Vin cent and H. Peters. Score: 21-16, 18-21 21-20. R Shay and R. Shields defeated G. Mc- Donald and M. McNeil. Score: 21-13, 19-21, 21-17. J. Collins and M. Basch defeated E. Curley and T>. Regan. Score: 21-15, 17-21, 21-18. D. J. Sheehan and L. Waterman defeated E. McDonough and E. Lynch. Score: 21-17, 16-2 L 21-19. Miles Kelly, first sergeant of Company X, Montana Regiment, and O. O' Malley, wagon er of Company X, vs. J. Cavanagh, corporal Company X, and J. Klrby. Score: 21-15, 17-21, 21-20. J. Leonard and P. Hutchlnson defeated M. Joyer and M. Magulre. Score: 21-14, 17-21, 21-19. J. Condon and J. Klrby defeated P. Lynch and M. McClure. Score: 21-16, 14-21. 21-15. A. Hampton and E. Maloney defeated J. White and R. Murphy. Score: 21-17, 16-21, «1-1«. ADVERTISEMENTS. Annual Sales ovore, 000, 000 Boxes POB BILIOUB AND NEBVOUS DISOBDEBS such as Wind and Pain in the Stomach, Giddiness. Fulness after meals. Head- ache, Dizziness. Drowsiness. Flushings of Heat, Loss of Appetite. Costiveness, Blotches on the Skin. Cold Chills. Dis- turbed Sleep. Frightful Dreams and all Nervous and Trembling Sensations. THE FIRST DOSE WILL GIVE BELIEF IN TWENTY MINUTES. Every sufferer will acknowledge them to be A WONDERFUL MEDICINE. BEECHAM'S PILLS, taken as direct- ed, will quickly restore Females to com- plete health. They promptly remove obstructions or irregularities of the sys- tem and cure Sick Headacn** For a Weak Stomach Impaired Digestion Disordered Liver IN MEN, WOMEN OR CHILDREN Beecham's Pills are Without a Rival And hir* th« LARGEST SALE •f any Patent ttedlcino in the World* 25c at all Drug Stores, ADVERTISEMENTS. j "If grown people will persist in galloping ■ to the grave by dosing with debilitating drugs \ let them have mercy on the\litlle ones. " ! MUNYON. Mrs. Anna Porter, G25 Walnut street, | i Tine Bluff, Art, says: "My little boy j had inflamed eyes and there was a rash ■■' . and great swelling of the eyelids; also : I a small white ulcer over the pupil of . I the eye. I wrote to Munyon for advice. •; Munyon's Blood Cure and Fever Cure j ■were sent me. In a week the child was j entirely well." Mrs. Geo. "W. Lane, 829 Chambers j street, St. Louis, Mo., cays: "My boy suf- ! fered with a severe cold and bad cough j J for several weeks. Lung trouble devel- oped and this was complicated by stom- ; aeh trouble and worms. I procured the j necessary Munyon. Remedies from the ; drug store and cured the child." j Guide to Health and medical advice ab- solutely free. Prof. Munyon, 1505 Arch St., Philadelphia. AND TUMORS. Sure Cure! • No Knife or Pain! No Pay Until Cured I 75-page book sent free. S. R. Cham'ley. M. D. 17 THIRD ST., near Market St. Cr»"^ff *~ & fir**, f, r — ■ tipj+b r*«- r*<^T**', AMUSEMENTS. COLUMBIA THEATER. HOLIDAY MATINEE TO-DAY! Continuing To-night and All This Week, THE FRAWLEV COMPANY, Presenting the Great Military Drama, FORT FRAYNE, By Brigadier General Charles King. A Charming Story, Delightfully Told. Next Monday— "LOST, 24 HOURS." CALIFORNIA THEATER. MATINEE TO-DAY. 25c. ANY SEAT. THIS WEEK ONLY. Immediate Success of UNCLE TOM'S CABIN! ALL-STAR CAST. ; 50 DARKIES IN THE PLANTATION SCENE! \ Cake Walk and a Host of Specialties. j I Popular Prices— soc, 35c, 25c and 15c. .'..• :..' MOROSGO'S GRAND Walter Morosco, Sole Lessee and Manager. WEEK OF JULY 4. 1898. Extra Holiday Matinee To Day at 2. ■ "OUR CALIFORNIA BOY." WELCOME HOME. Special Engagement of the Sterling Romantic Actor, JAMES M. BROPHY In the Famous American War Drama, HELD by the ENEMY With a Powerful Stock Cast. | Evening Prices 25c and 50c ; Family Circle and Gallery.... 10c j MATINEES SATURDAY AND SUNDAY. SPECIAL MATINEE TO-DAY, JULY 4. Parquet, any seat, 25c. Balcony, 10c. Chil- dren. 10c, any part. MRS. ALICE J. SHAW AND DAUGHTERS, the Whistling Prima Donnas; DOUGLAS & FORD, Novelty Dancers; THE FOUR CO- HANS. "Running for Office"; THREE WAT- I SON SISTERS and ZAMORA, Sensational Aerialists; FALKE & SEMON. Musical Artists; ; CHARLES WAYNE, Comedian Eccentrique; I ANNA CALDWELL, Comedienne; JONES, ' GRANT & JONES, Colored Trio; THE TWO j JUDGES. Acrobatic Equilibrists. TIVOLI OPERA-HOUSE. Mrs. Ernestine K:elinß. Proprietor and Manager. THIS WEEK ONLY. Gilbert & Sullivan's Favorite Opera, "THE MIKADO!" GREAT CAST! Reappearance of the Favorite Artists, ELVIA ' CROX SEA BROOKE, W. H. WEST. Cant also includes LOUISE ROYCE, HELEN MERRRILL, EDNA ELSMERE, EDWIN ! STEVENS, PHIL BRANSON. ARTHUR i BOYCE, CHARLES T. SWICKARD. Superb Chorus. Enlarged Orchestra. Beautiful Scenery. Correct Costumes. Appro- priate Accessories. Next Week— "FATINITZA." " Popular Prices...... 25c and 60c No Telephone. . ALCAZAR. 15c, 25c, 35c, 50c Celebrate This Afternoon With Us. MATINEE TO-DAY AT 2:15. LEWIS MORRISON, —AS— . FREDERICKTHEGREAT Next Spectacular Production of "FAUST." •/ DASHES-QUICK ACTION-NO DELAYS RACES! |fe^^ RACES! TROTTING HORSE BREEDERS 1 ASSOCIA- TION, OAKLAND. June 25th to July 23d Inclusive. EVERY WEEK DAY. - BOOKS AND AUCTION POOLS. ADMISSION FREE. (Ladles free to grand stand. < 50c admits gen- tlemen to grand stand, betting ring and pad- dock.) Races Commence at 2 O'clock. Trains connecting with the 12, 1:80 and 1 o'clock boats stop at the track. CHUTES AND ZOO! - WE CELEBRATE WITH SAMPSON? CANNON, THE SWISS W3-POUNDER ! And a Great Vaudeville ' Show in the FREE THEATER. FIREWORKS ON THE LAKE r inn w univo to-night ! - 10c, Including Zoo and Theater; Children, se; Sundays and Holidays, 10c. SOLDIERS FREE. SUTRO_BATHS. TO-DAY, MONDAY, JULY 4, at 3 P.M. GRAND AQUATIC CARNIVAL Between THE VOLUNTEERS FROM COLO- RADO, KANSAS, TENNESSEE. MINNESO- TA, WASHINGTON. CALIFORNIA, NEVADA AND MONTANA. Admission, . 10c; Children, Be. OT Km " l A I Corn*? of Mi, on Wi4 GREATEST NEW BILL OF THE SEASON. TOM RYAN, "the 4 Mad Musician"; MUR- RAY & REYNOLDS, Change Artists; BAR- NEY REYNOLDS, LA ROYCE SISTERS, MAUD ROCKWELL, LA MONT and BIO- GRAPH. With War . Scenes. Admission Free. Matinee Sunday. •■■': - - ; ■ ' RECREATION PARK, ■■;'■ Eighth - and ■ Harrison i Streets. - PACIFIC COAST BASEBALL LEAGUE. CHAMPIONSHIP PACIFIC : COAST. TO-DAY AT 2:30 rP. M. ATHLETICS VS. OAKLAND. Admission, 25c; Ladles, Free. . tt— : , ~=r — i —.y . ___^ ' * . | ■''•'• ■' : ■ :"•■" '• ' •'••••■'■■* Subscriters camping at localities along the line of railroads where there are no postal facilities can have The Call thrown off at their c^mp by sending name and location of camp to The Call Subscription Department. BARTLETT SPRINGS. Spend your summer outing there and drink from the famous HEALTH = RESTORING SPRING. Large Swimming Tank. Mineral. Tub, Vapor j and Roman Baths. Competent Masseurs. RESIDENT PHYSICIAN. ADVICE FREE. Many improvements. New cottages. Bowling alleys rebuilt. Bath house enlarged. Only Resort Keeping Paid Orchestra. Dancing. Tennis. Bowline. Billiards, Croquet, | Handball. Shuffleboard, Livery and Burros for , the children. 1 RATES— Hotel and hotel! cottages, $10 to $15 1 per week ; housekeeping cottages, $3 to $7 per week. \ Call or address r.ARTLKTT SPRINGS CO., 22 Fourth si., San Francisco, or BARTLETT SPRINGS, Lake County, Cal. Pamphlets mailed free. A MAGIC ISLAND! [ SANTA CATALINA. A field for Health and pleasure without a counterpart In America or Europe. Most phe- 1 nomenal rod and reel fishing In the world, j I Wild goat shooting. The great stage rids. i Delightful coast excursions. Novel out-door ! sports. Music, da: 'Ing 1 , pyrotechnics. water I carnival. »t«v HOTEL METROPOLE Always open; modern appointments; efficient manaeem^nt. ISLAND VILLA Open July 1. SPLENDID AKiU^OEMEKT for campers. Full Information, rates and illustrated pam- WILMINGTON TRANSPORTATION CO.. 222 SOUTH SPRING ST.. Los Angeles. Oat. SARATOGA SPRINGS. Jt-ril-ces County, Cal, Curative powers of springs and mineral baths unrivaled. Sixteen varieties of waters. A most picturesque spot and charming climate. Easy 1 of access; telephone connections and dally malL '■ Rates to suit all. Write J. MARTENS. Pro- I prietor or In San Francisco. Hi Pine street. F. j A. BUSSE. PARAISO HOT SPRINGS, Monterey County, Cal. For rent, health and pleasure, fine waters and baths, cleanest accommodation and table. I ParaisD stands unsurpassed; round-trip tickets I at 613 Market St.. 8. F., $8; trains le*ve daily ! at Third and Townsend 9 a. m for Sole. dad. For terms and free pamphlet address - K. " ROBERTSON. Manager. A l/ £ftft A HOT SFRINGS, Sonoma Co \Httl?li\ Only 4% hours from 8. V. and UnnUUVI but miles' staging; water* noted for medicinal "virtues; best natural bath In State; swimming and boating; grand moun- tain scenery; excellent climate: good trout streams at "door; photographers' room; tele- phone, telegraph, dally mall; FIRST-CLASS '■ SERVICE; morning and afternoon stages; ! round trip from S. F. only $5 60; take Tiburoa ferry at 7:30 a. m. or 3:80 p. m. Terms. $1 a I day or $12 a week. Reference, any guest of th» i past three years. J. F. MULGREW, Prop. INDEPENDENCE LAKE. . A Charming Spot to Visit This Bummer. Boats free to guests. Fine fishing. Excellent table. Clean beds and 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 nn<l pure water. Address MRS. H. M. CLEM- ONS, Virginia City, before June 1, when Inde- pendence Lake will be open to the public. SEIGLER springs, LAKE COUNTY. This delightful watering place is located la the midst of the Coast Range. Abundance of mineral spring*, hot and cold : plunge baths, large swimming tank of mineral water fine stone dining room; telephone con- nections, electric lights, livery accommodation; i good trout fishing and hunting. Round trip tickets at Southern Pacific offices. 110. . JOHN SPAULDING, Proprietor. 3. WALLACE SPAULDINO. Manager. AGUA CALIENTF. SPRIGS HOTEL. Sonoma Valley, two hours from S. ,F.. via rib- nron ferry. Warm mineral swimming and tub baths Hotel completely remodeled end refur- nished. Water, gas. electric bells. nates $10 to $12 per week. $2 per day. . Address AGUA CALI- ENTE SPRINGS. Aqua Caliente. Sonoma Co.. Cal. • HOTEL BENVENUE, Lnkeport, Cal. 61tuated on the r shore .of Clear Lake; fine large grounds: special facilities •' for : families and children; home cooking, boating, bathing. ' fishing; rates reasonable. Address FRANK SCALES and A. M. SCALES. HARBIN HOT SULPHUR SPRINGS. Most . wonderful waters;- all kinds of skin diseases cured In marvelously short time; kid- : ney '; liver, catarrh, rheumatism and stomach troubles immediately relieved; rates, $10 to $1S per week. Long-distance telephone. Address J. A. HAYS. Proprietor. Lake County. SODA BAY RESORT. Most delightful spot in Lake County; hunt- Ing, fishing, boating, swimming; table sup- plied with best market affords. Address MACK & BURLINGAME, Proprietors, Soda Bay, Kelseyvllle.. Lake County. : Cal. . . DUNCAN springs. Two - miles - li.if* tiopland, ; uoequaied ■' soda and magnesia springs; not and cold baths: fur- nished cottages; -terms *10 .to «12 per week. Telephone. Boy through tickets. O. HOWELL. Proprietor. Hopland. Cal. . : ■ HOTEL DE Ft D \A/O O D In the Heart of the Santa Cruz Mountains. Improved Table ;. Service. "' R.asonable Rates. . For Particulars 'Apply ' to ''■i*JB!&iq<i**s&f&**&m M. S. COX. Laurel Postofflce. DEER PARK INN (Lake .Tahoe), elevation 6507 f eee t, opens Jans i. - Fine accommodations. Cottages with pri- vate baths and open fires. Table unsurpassed. R. R. < rates. $13 60 for ROUND TRIP. ■J. S. , LIBBT. room L Flood bulldlns, San Francisco. IF YOU... —~~~——~—~ ] Are seeking for a de- /Vv llghtful and healthful • '^yf^yrf^L. resort for the summer iiTjiirnr^' !2!^_JrL_ months for your family, V^tJ^^^St'^T not so remote from wKfti Rt I a WWmtl town but that you ' arl J^MPja-il lt jWwT'lf be with them .without " *> ~-J neglecting your busi- ness. IF YOU ..... Are in search of a good table and comfortable sleeping apartments only 1% hours' travel from San Francisco, with half hourly communication, day and evening; IF IT IS . . . . Your wish to confine your summer's outing by a moderate outlay, ycur attention is directed to Htywarda Park, at the Terminns of the Oakland, j San Leandro and Haywards Electric Railway. Oft IF YOU • . Are fo.id of tenting, j here you will find a large number of commo- ; dious platforms arranged convenient to the hotel dining room, on one of which you may j -.erect your tent. -. • - A choice musical programme Is rendered i every Sunday afternoon on the verandas of the i club house. The cars .of the company run | into the park. The monthly commutation rat» is only $»; room and board, ?S per week; board for campers, $5 per week. Campers and room- ers' have the rame service from nttendants. Address MRS. DORA SHANE, Haywards Club House.. gILROY HOT SPRINGS. Under new management A £52 MECCA 535. For the annual seeder after . : Repose and recuperation. Only three and a half hours from San Francisco. Stage connects with the 2:45 p. m. train .. . From Third and To/vnsend streets. PIERRE CARRERE, Manager, Formerly proprietor of the Maison Tortoni and Poodle Dog HOTEL METROPOLE, *T OAKLAND, an(l ersoa sts. Wp4XsnLLl^^B^ Onl y 35 minutes kVin^'rt-^iiM from San Fran- 'ilJ-^'-MIJOJRij cisco. Yi&sfH^sHVtTo' > !£i A Desirable Summer ; 4^gi*2J^S^ and Winter Resort for -— " Families, Travelors R. M. BRIARE, Prop. an Tourists. ROWARDENNAN. ' Santa Cruz Mountains on San Lorenzo River. 2 hours - from S. P., 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 Crus Mts. ; club,- billiard and smoking rooms. New, hard finished and elegantly furnished. . Tele- phone and telegraph service. Round trip, $1. Address THOMAS L. BELL, Prop.. South Ben Lomond. AT}A^_ n No staging to get there, /B^lil^l " no *° mosquitoes rr /-■ vIIIaJL winds when you are •*■■*''■'"*'• there. Table unsurpassed. Rates no. $12. $14 a week. /y • Round trip tickets $7. W. *%H»-dltt A*O I'- Mitchell, Manager: jplingS F. V. Owen. Agent. Call kJ |/1 lll^tJ Building. HOWARD SPRINGS, Hfl B W A tC 1 S PUTAH P. 0.. llVf ▼▼ r%.K\>MJ' LAKE COUNTY Accommodations unsurpassed. Rates, $S $10 and $32. Special term* to fam- ilies Postofflce and telephone. Round trip. $10. Southern Pacific office. 11l Address MRS. R. J. BEEBT. ANGWIN'S. On Howell Mountain; elevation 1750 feet; swimming tank 100x40; temperature of water 78 degrees; climate unsurpassed; chalybeate and other - springs; tennis, croquet, riding, driving, $10 to $12 per week: two trains dally; tour hours from city, : Telephone. E. ANGWIN. Angwin, Napa County. CaL ynnnn i urir And fro band in UuUU LL v!V ment go hand In hand at HOTEL GISELMAN. Lakeport, Cal. A. H. SPURR, Proprietor. SUMMIT SODA SPRINGS. On line of C. P. R. R. Elevation. ; 6009 feet. Dally mail. Telephone connections. New ac- commodations. Open June 1. Address GOUL- DEN & JACOBS, ' Dormer, Placer Co.. Cal. ST. HELENA SANITARIUM. Natural advantages; salubrious llm&ta; ple- turesque scenery; mountain walks; pur» spring . water; beautiful drives; pine groves; lawns and gardens. The best advantages for those i who '. need to . obtain comfort, rest and health • culture In a short time". Address St. Helena SacMarlum. St. Helena. Cal. • "burljnga'meT (San Mateo County.) Redington Place for rest and comfort, from June 11. ■ Address IRA. Q. HOITT. PLANTATION HOUSE. Eighteen miles - from Cazadero. on - stag* • line. Good ■ trout fishing, • plenty fruit, cream and milk; I free ; conveyance • for parties of two or more; grand ledwood scenery. Address J. LUTTRINGER. Seavlew.. . Sonoma County, or apply E. KRUSE, 207 Front St.. S. F.. for par- ticulars. ;: '. ■ r. . "^ ■-■■-■ 'j. '. JOHANNISBERG. ' Famous mountain health and pleasure resort. Elevation 1200 feet. Relief * for asthmatic*. Fishing, boating, - hunting and a wlmmlnjr. Terms. $7 to $10. Send for circular to . -• JOHANNISBERQ RESORT. Napa. CaL KLAMATH HOT SPRINGS. Finest fishing and health resort on the Coast. For particulars write ;to EDSON BROS., i Bea- Wlck, Sl£klyou County, C*l- " El Paso de Robies Springs Hotety^;; ■ PASO DE ROBLES. CALIFORNIA. . " :.\: .\ OTTO E. NEVER....: 1... ....Proprietor :>.: >. UWDER NEW AND EXPERIENCED MANAGEMENT. " : ':' \ v ; ; ;■. \:-:: : GREATEST HEALTH AND PLEASURE . RESORT ON THE COAST. KE.--TnE.Nl' PHYSICIAN. . . .V : HOT MUD AND SULPHUR BATHS. • ; . : SODA SRRINQS. . ' . . . IRON SPRINO3, NEW HOTEL AND COTTAGES. •■ ' ■PAIP. ORCHESTRA.- .' DRINK PASO ; ROBLES SODA WATER. Ihll springs, .- . ' ■ LAKE COUNTY,. CAL. '.-■■;, V; BEST ' PLACE IN CALIFORNIA FO» ;. '. HEALTH OR PLEASURE. ;•■ - : . : : : '. . : THIRTY OF • THE . GREATEST MINERAL ' \ springs In America; all -Mnds of amuss- ' - ments; new swimming tank, baths and bawl- '.} ■■.'■ Ing alley-. First-cians accommodations: rate* reasonable. Write for Illustrated pamphlets. Ban Francisco office, 316 Montgomery street..: • ':. : . Address- HIGHLAND SPRINGS. Cal. . . :. ■.; : MARK WEST SPRINGS The most .picturesque resort In California. Haa ■ : ; .-'-- the only grapevine arbor in the. State:, a va- '. :' riety of mineral springs, such as' Soda, Sul- ' . . ■'■'. phur, Magnesia,- Iron and Arsenic; plunge bath; - Ew.tmminK pool; billiards, shuffle-board, croquet : :' - : and other games. Accommodations first class; '■ '•'": table good.' Round-trip $3 75. ■ Stage \. meets .'...'■ .' ' morning trains' and Saturday evening. Terms ■'.'. $9 to $12 per week. Address 'FßESE & JUER- GENSEN. : ;-; . ."•..'• .: .;■-:*>; .'.■•:'.'■',; : :'. : • THE GEYSERS, Sonoma County, 6 . Hours from San ; Francisco. V.' : " ONE OF NATURE'S WONDERS. ■•; :^ Grandest scenery. . .'The hotel 'an enchanting :-': -': V \ embowered home. ■• Bath, house rebuilt, elegant ' : ''-'' porcelain tubs,, tennis .court." ' •.••'.'•:■■' •■.•.•'.•■'• NATURAL STEAM AND' MINERAL BATHS. '..■:: Tepid Swimming -. ake^-"- Loog-dl'stsince Tele-* ■••;•:■ phone. Telegraph, etc : Table unsurpassed. :•' Terms, $10 and $15 per week;. $2 and $2 all ''par. • -•" day. B. M." HO.RTON. Proprietor. ; :, " : ~" : MAGNETIC SPRINGS, Situated In the heart, of • the" redwoods, fo.ii* ' •': . miles from GlenwocJU, County of Santa ''CruV/-'^' : Magnificent mountain scenery eie.va;tiori"l9Oi) ■■• feet. Springs especially- adapted -rheuma- ; - tism. Climate unsurpassed ' for- pulmonary- ' :-': -' ■ troubles. Terms $7 and up. Hunting; fishing, ■ ■■" lawn tennis, bowling, alley, bjlllards, piano,' ■.-• etc. Cottages for families. Stage line" s'oev ;.:':• over a mountain boulevard, where- the.' nicest -.• • scenery Is to be seen of this and other counties, "' - Address L. PERHAPS. ■ Glen-wo6d>. : . •■•;--.: CALAVERAS_ BIG TREES; §i Stage ride shortened 24 miles by - Sierra: Rail- • way to Jamestown. Fare S. F. to Calavera* ■ •".. Big Trees and return $11 ■ JAMES M. HUTGH- -•' ' INGS. »Agent. 30 Montgomery street. > •.." •..'■• .=/ ••• • TO the country we go— We will jneet you at '• the depot; good accomodallons; desirable' ■••'- cation; terms $7; children $3 50. E. >£. SHEL- • . : :' FORD. Pleasant View ranch. Cloyerda.le. Cal. - : " : COUNTRY board near Sonoma:, private ' fan - ' ";■'" lly: pood home: terms reasonable;.' -MRS".- F. ' •= - : CHELINI. Sonoma.' : .'.■''■- • ':.:.'■■.-;•'-■■' WRITE W. H. MILLKR. I klah, or llvecy ao- ■■'■'■ commodatlons to springs in Lakes- a£d Men- :-': -' doolno counties to *ay» money. .• ■" .':'.■ .'.■-'.". A WEEK'S news for, 5 cent's— 'The' "Weekiy! : : •:. : . ■ Call, in wrapper, for mailing. '■.•''. •.•;;.. '■■■■.:■ '■' '■";• ' Beware of Imitations; .•;:.!::' W^ 4??a*-^ *"& t . =•• .. John Punc/n'B SONS, aoexts, VOUtC." :•:•' ' "•...:!".■:'' T « IS y-'pr.r, kxowx AND RELIABLE or.'b : : ■'■■'■' A Ss|)«-1»I1h -cures Prlvate.Nervous.Blood and - . ; Diseases of Men only Manly Power restored. Over ■•-••■ -Oyears'oxppnciice. Pond for Book, free. Patients- '' "= cured at Homfl. T^rins reasonable. Honrs, 9 U>B'" dally;o:3otoB.3ocvc s . Sunday*, i 0i ot ol2. OinmlS-- .:..'• tlon free and sacredly confidential. ;. Call or addrel! "- : "'• IP no.SCOE MeSILTT, 31. IK, * V. - ■". 2614 KEA3SY BTSEET, BAN FRANCISCO, CAL- •".'''• Baja : California " •• : "• DAMIANA BITTERSv : : Is a powerful Aphrodisiac and specific tonl'o '. : . for the sexual and . urinary organs ,of both '* sexes, and a great remedy for diseases of ta« kidneys ■ and bladder. A v great Restorative ■ • ° In vlgorator and Nervine. Sells on Its own' • Merits: no long-winded testimonials necessary^ • m i NABER.ULF3 & BRUNE. Agents. ** ■ ■>■ ITS Market Street. 8. F.— (Send or Circular.! '.; '•'