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DALNY VOSTOK
NEARLY SUNK
IN HER BERTH
Finally Saved by Her
Mooring Lines.
TROOPS LEAVE FOR YUKON
A DETACHMENT SAILS ON THE
TRANSPORT ST. PAUL.
Jffembers of the Press Club and Their
Friends Enjoy an Outing — Cap
tain Hinder to Command
the Coptic.
The Russian steamer Dairy Vostok had
a narrow escape from capsizing last Sat
urday night. She had discharged her car
go of Japanese coal at Beale street and
was being prepared to sail for Chemanlus
to load lumber for Nagasaki when the ac
cident happened. She carries water ballast
end all the tanks on the starboard side
were pumped out. The steamer's bilge
was touching the piles and nothing but
her mooring lines were keeping her from
rolling over when the state of affairs was
discovered. The port water ballast tanks
■were then emptied in a hurry and the ship
gradually resumed an even keel.
The DaJr.y Vostok w;ts to have left
Beale.-street wharf Saturday and the i
French bark Amiral Troude was to have ,
taken her place. The tup took the sailing -
■1 to the dock, but as it was Impos-
Boible to move the steamer the Amiral
Troude had to be taken into the stream
again and anchor, d.
The transport St. Paul departed for St.
Michael yesterday afternoon. She car
-0 soldiers who are going north to re
:he men stationed on the Yukon. The
latter have been a year in the Arctic and
•will return home on the same steamer.
. ; Ray Is In command of the expedi
tion and will make his headquarters at
Bt. Michael. The men are to be distri- !
buted among the various military stations ]
on the Yukon and will keep watch and i
ward over Uncle Sams possessions until |
next spring. A year's supplies for the
men were taken along. In fact there was
BO much cargo that Captain Hays found
difficulty In Stowing it all away.
Among the live stock were five cows In
"full milk." These are expected to keep
the officers' mess supplied with fresh but
ter and cream throughout the year.
The river steamer Sunol took the mem
bers of the Press Club and their friends
on an excursion around the bay >■
day. About 150 people went out and
thanks to the management of Secretary
Tyler and other officers of the <-lt;i>. a
enjoyable day was spent. Alter a
visit to the Union Iron Works and Hunt- :
Point the Sunol was taken to Sausa
litu, where the excursionists landed. A
:.ing luncheon was served in the club :
tho San Francisco Yacht Club
an hour of eating, drinking and
merry making the party returned to the
and continued the cruise. El
Campo, California City. San Quentin, The
Brothers and other points of Interest In
bay were visited and th>- <x
cursionists then returned to the city thor- i
oughly delighted with their outing.
The work of overhauling the mail
. Bteamer Australia went on with a rush
' yesterday. Tho r< pairs to the deck and
deckhouses have been made and yester- ;
day the chippers were at work on the hull \
dy for tho painters. The yes- i
'sel will be in splendid trim when she goes
gain on July 3 on her next voyage
t" Honolulu.
Captain J. If. Kinder of the Occidental
Steamship Company is back.
• accompanied hy his wife.
When he left here with the Belgic in No
vember last the general supposition was
Ud go into the Atlantic trade.
of the Coptic on July 4
he will tak< ■ ommand of that vessel, huw
■';tptain Sealby will return to
Captain Sealby is to bo given
. of the White Star Com-'
I Ig Atlantic freight steamers. Cap- j
:.-r is a great favorite in the 1
tra ■ and his many friends will
hear that he is to again com- \
-. ne of the Occidental and Oriental
1 ny'a st< amers.
Captain Caw, who became so well'
■■•■ owing to the Blalrmore dis- .
is oik->' more on his way to San
Isco. His owners have given him
command of the clipper ship Arranmore
■ will bring her here via Lqulque.
Blalrmore, vj<\v the American barß
Palmer, is to loud r-oal at Newcas-
X. S. W.. for San Francisco and she
the Arranmore should about reach
r.. rt together.
The bark Hufus E. Wood arrived from
v. N. S. W.. yesterday, after a long 1
; ninety-nine days. On June H
. as 7"" miles off port, but light and
baffling winds kept her outside. Captain
M< Leod Is disgusted over the long voy
that for weeks at a time
. rk did" nothing but drift and when a
• would spring up half the time it
the wrong direction.
The transport Valencia docked at Steu
art-street wharf yesterday. She will get
away next Tuesday with the remainder of
the colored troops. The Valencia has been
painted white since her arrival in port
and her new dress adds greatly to her ap
pearance.
HE CAME FROM SAN JOSE.
Jonathan Ward Raised a Disturbance
at the Receiving Hospital and
Was Arrested.
A ynunp man from San Jose fainted at
Powell and Eddy streets yesterday after
noon and was taken to the Receiving Hos
pital in the patrol wagon. Dr. Hartley
found that he was suffering: from heart
failure, and suggested to Chief Steward
JUieher that he be put to bed and looked
after till he recoven <1.
Bucher started to take the young man's
personal property as a matter of pre
caution, which is a rule in the hospital,
but as soon as he took the man's purse
■ his pocket the latter Jumped off the
operating table and grabbed it. It wan
Lined to him that he would get his
v and other effects back when he
ered, but he roundly abused the
Is, and asked Dr. Hartley to go out
wit h him and he would show him
that he was no gentleman. This angered
loctor, and he ordered Policeman
Owens, who was present, to arrest the
young man on the charge of disturbing
the peace. He was taken to the City
:tively refused to give his
W! en searched about $32 and a
silver watch were found in his pockets.
Later he was seized with another faint
ing spell and taken back to the hospital.
He \v;ts repentant, and said he was Jona
than Ward, a copyist in San Jose, and he
1 that the charge against him be
withdrawn, but he will have to appear in
court this morning.
Lecture on Spiritualism.
Rev. Frank ft Ford of the First Chris
tian Church lectured last nipht on "Spir
itualism." He disagreed with Bishop
Moreland upon the idea of "messages"
coming directly from the devil. Modern
spiritualism, h<- said, is do more or less
than a following of hypnotism and mes
merism and has do relationship whatever
with either God or the devil in imparting
knowledge from those who have departed.
this life. "If such messages were from
the other world," concluded the ppeaker,
"they would have a tendency to lead peo
ple to morality."
Souvenir Mailing Cards, showing views
around th» city, 2?. c a dozen. For sale by all
stationery and the publisher, E. H. Mitchell.
225 Post street, San Francisco ♦ •
A Tough Spring Chicken.
]!. Schmidt, a cook in a restaurant on
l.arkin. street, near Fulton, was cutting a
uprinj? chicken in half yesterday morning,
bill ft was so touph thaf during his ex
ertions the knife slipped and nearly sev
ered his left band at the wrist. He was
t.iken to the Receiving Hospital, where
Dr. Rice stitched and dressed the wound.
Furniture, piano* and freight moved. Sig
nal Transfer Co., 630 Jones; tel. Butter 441.
SMITH, ALIAS
ENGLISH. FOUND
BY THE POLICE
Minihan's Assailant
Finally Caught.
IDENTIFIED BY HIS VICTIM
IHE LATTER IS STILL CONFINED
TO HIS BED.
After Eluding the Detectives for Sev
eral Nights the Fugitive Is Sur
prised in One of His
Haunts.
Albert Smith, alias English, who as
\ saulted Policeman Minihan of the South
ern Station several nights ago. is locked
up in the City Prison. He was arrested .
' last evening on Sixth street by Police Of
j ficer Riordan, who was with Minihan
when he was assaulted.
Minihan was standing at Sixth and Mtn
j na streets, when he saw two men fighting j
on the opposite corner. He placed themun- |
der arrest and started with them for the
nearest patrol box. After ringing in for I
the wagon Smith, alias English, accosted
the officer and demanded of him to release
the prisoners.
By this time a large crowd had col
lected, and urged on by Smith, several
young hoodlums started to assault Mini
ban. Releasing the men he had under ar
rest, the policeman grabbed two of the |
most belligerent of the crowd. At this j
! juncture Smith sneaked up behind Mini- j
ban and struck him in the back of the
neck. As Minihan turned around ihe
vicious fellow smashed him in the face,
breaking his nose and severely bruising
his left eye. Minihan was knocked sense- |
less by the blow, and as he fell to the
Biaewalk two of Smith's friends repeat
edly kicked him in the stomach.
Smith, seeing Officer Riordan approach
ing, took to his heels and disappeared
down Sixth Btreet Riordan managed to
j arrest two of the gang, but not until he j
was also beaten by their companions. He j
received a blow in the right eye and an-
I other one in the back of the neck. Mini
; nan was taken to the Receiving Hospital,
| where his injuries were dressed. Since
■ then he has been unable to do police duty.
On learning that Smith was the princi
pal assailant of the policeman. Captain
! Spillane instructed every member of the
• Southern Station to spare no effort in ar
' resting the lawless tough. Smith for sev
eral nights kept away from his home, and
it was believed that he ha<l left the city
rather than stand trial for bis assault on
' the officer. Last evening, however, he !
Bhowed up at one of his old haunts on
Sixth street and was promptly arrested
:by Policeman Riordan. To-day he will be
' formally charged with an assault and bat
tery. _ _____
BECSEY ENTERS A DENIAL
Attorney Says His Face Was Not
Slapped by Bailiff Gallagher.
Attorney Joseph A. Becsey denies em
phatically that his face was slapped By
Bailiff Gallagher In Judge Treadweil'a
court Saturday morning. He also denies
that he was the attorney for the Murphy
woman, who was the Indirect cause of
the trouble.
"There was no blow struck." said Mr.
Becsey last night. "I happened to be in
the i/uurtroom and saw a woman fail in
a faint. I went behind the railing I
what was the matter and Gallagher
grabbed me by the lapels of my coat to
force me out. While We were struggling
the Judge ordered us to cease and then
told me to sit down, which I did.
"I do not know who the woman was,
hut T do know that she was no client of
mine. The published accounts of the af
fair were grossly exaggerated and do the
a great injustice."
STOLE FOR HER LOVER.
Delia Sheely Robbed Her Employers
and Is Placed Under Arrest.
Delia Sheely, a woman about 2>'> years
of age, was booked at the City Prison
yesterday by Detectives Anthony and Dil
lon on a charge of grand larceny, and the
hat she was wearing when arrested was
booked as evidence against her.
Delia had a lover, Leon Henry, who is
now awaiting his trial charged with
breaking into a house on Pine street and
stealing a guitar, and he induced the
girl, it is claimed, to obtain situations in
respectable families and then rob them.
About ten days ago Miss Sheely pro
cured a situation with Mrs. Drady at 234
Devisadero street. She remained there til i
last Thursday, and took her departure, to
gether with a mink cape, a hat. a waist,
a pair of shoes and some underwear be
longing to Mrs. Drady. The police were
notified, and she was arrested. TVhen
Henry was arrested by Detective Harper
he was in the company of Delia.
Great bargains to-day In Pianos at
Mauvais', 769 Market street •
r* i r • i i 1
L •* «| t% I L f*t f\ I\] Mackay's store
i niidi riiudy. rt,c
i night.
I The last of a big business is
| in sight. Mackay quits with June's ending. No goods
\ sold next Saturday. The assortments are now limited,
! but such bargains. Be quick if you want a real
\ snap in Furniture, Carpets or Rugs. Come while you
jj have a choosing chance. You'll never see such worths
i again, because we are going to quit next Friday night.
Alex. Mackay & Son,
P 715 Market Street, Near Call Building.
WORLD FAMOUS
Body, Brain and Nerve Tonic
to Overcome
SUMMER COMPLAINTS
AND HEAT PROSTRATION,
ALL DRUGGISTS. AVOID SUBSTITUTES
Portraits and endorsements sent postpaid.
MARJANI * CO.. M W. I£TH ST.. NEW YORK.
SWEET Dse f%.
RESTFUL Wo 7's' s m>l&
SLEEP Facial Soai>
Follows a bath with WOODBURT"S Facial
Boap, and the face, neck and arms and handi
rendered beautifully , white, soft . and smooth
with WOODBURT'B Facial Cream. For sale
everywhere.

THE SAN FKANCISCO CALL, MONDAY, JUNE 26, 1899.
CAPTAIN WARE
TO CO BEFORE
A FINAL BOARD
This Is Col. Forwood's
Recommendation.
WARE IS UNFIT FOR SERVICE
FORTS INSPECTED BY CONGRESS
MAN HULL AND PARTY.
Valencia, Pennsylvania and City of
Para Will Be the Next Trans
ports to Sail — Death of a
Recruit.
The board of surgeons that recently ex
amined Into the mental condition of Cap
tain Isaac P. Ware, assistant surgeon,
; has submitted Its report to Colonel For
wood, chief surgeon of the department,
and he in turn has forwarded the report
to General Shafter with the recommenda
tion that Captain Ware be ordered before
j a retiring board. This can mean but one
| thing, and that is that the first board has
' found the young surgeon unfit for further
I service in the army. An account of the
unfortunate officer's condition has already
been published in The Call. He became
addicted to the use of a drug, which he
took at times in such quantities as to
mentally unfit him for the proper per
: formance of his duties. Captain Ware be
! came a slave to the drug by reason of a
I physical complaint. It was to relieve his
i suffering that he first took the drug, but
{ finally it got the better of him.
From the fact that Colonel Forwood has
recommended that he be ordered before a
retiring board it is evident that Captain
Ware's chances of remaining In the army
• are small. The young doctor is well liked
by all who know him, and only the kind
est expressions are to be heard for hrin.
Congressman Hull, chairman of the
Committee on Military Affairs, who with
several other members of Congress and
! a party of their lady friends are nere for
! a few "days on pleasure, were the guests
of General Shafter again yesterday. The
party visited the Presidio in the after
noon, where they were joined by Colonel
Freeman and a number of the officers at
the post. They were taken to Fort Point
and inspected the coast defenses. They
inspected the 10 and 12 inch guns, the
mortar batteries and the dynamite guns.
The party then continued to the Cliff
House, where they were greatly interested
in the seals.
The probable order of the sailing of i.ie
next transports will be the Valencia.
Pennsylvania and the City of Para. It is
not known positively just what troops
they will carry, but the following assign
ments, according to General Babeock. are
probably the order in which the troops
will go on these vessels. The Valencia
will take four companies and the head
quarters of the Twenty-fifth Infantry,
now at Fort Logan. On the Pennsyl
vania will go four companies of the
Twenty-fifth Infantry and three com
panies" of the Twenty-fourth Infantry.
The City Of Para Will take Troops H. M.
D and H of the Fourth Cavalry with
headquarters and a company of 150 en
gineers from WilletS Point, New York.
In adition to the troops named, each ves
sel will carry fmm the casual detachment
a sufficient "number of men to complete
their capacity.
Company B, Twenty-fifth Infantry.
d Lieutenant Allen Parker com
mandlng, arrived at the Presidio yester
day from Fort Wlngate. Troop F, Sixth
Cavalry, Captain Elon F. AYilcox com
manding, from Fort I>?avenworth, is ex
pected to arrive at the Presidio this
morning. This troop may form a part of
the permanent garrison or it may be sent
to Sequoia Park, orders received at the
Presidio yesterday from department head
quarters ate not clear upon this point.
Major Alfred C. Glrard, surgeon, has
been assigned to the command of the gen
eral hospital at the Presidio, and in addi
tion he has been ordered to relieve Major
Matthews of command of the old general
hospital. This part of the order, however.
doea not go into effect until the first of
the month. Acting Assistant Surgeon
Charles H. Steams has been ordered to
report for duty at the general hospital at
the Presidio.
Private Frederick G. Killyn, Company
X, casual detachment, died at the general
hospital at the Presidio on Saturday night
of typhoid fever. His remains will prob
ably be shipped East to his family.
MISSION FEDERATION CLUBS.
Glen Park to Be Illuminated by a
Pyrotechnical Display on
Our Natal Night.
A special meeting of tho Mission Fed
eration of Improvement Clubs was held
at Market and Fourteenth streets Sat
urday. The object of the meeting was to
receive the report of the special commit
tee on the Fourth of July celebration. The
committee was not quite ready to make
its report, but it is certain that there will
be a display of fireworks in Glen Park
on the night of the Fourth. There will
be no admission fee charged, as it is the
O 000 O O 000000000
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? BAN FItANCISCO. ?
** Connected by a covered passageway. "
O 1400 Roomo— 9oo vrih Bath Attached. &
O All Under On* Management. C
0 NOTE THE PRICES i O
0 EnropeanPlan.Sl.OO per day and upward Q
p. American P1an. ?.".00 per day And upward _
" Correspondence Solicited. SM
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K> 1)
XS^aSO MARKET ST. Sf.'+mSr
Weak Men and Women
SHOULD USB DAMIANA BITTERS. THE
- great Mexican remedy; gives health and
strength to sexual organs. ■■ Depot, ttt ; Market.
Intention of the Mission people to have
Its share of the good things free of cost
to its own people.
Incidentally with this the federation
discussed some, minor matters appertain
ing to the work of the organization. One
was a resolution introduced by Major B.
McKlnne condemning the municipal offi
cials who have violated their pledges by
joining in an action to defeat the inten
tion of the people who voted for them on
the positive understanding that they were
only elected for one year.
A. S. Lillie drew the attention of the
members to the deplorable condition of
the three roads leading southward out of
the city into San Mateo County, these
roadways are covered with dust and rub
bish, notwithstanding the Supervisors ap
propriate $10,000 annually for keeping the
county roads in condition.
The secretary was instructed to write
a letter to the Sheriff requesting him to
put some of the prisoners in the branch
jail to work with a street sprinkler on the
Mission road. Secretary Griffith intro
duced the following resolution:
Resolved, That the Federation of
Mtesion Improvenment Clubs indorses
the petition of the Mission Five-Mile
Club, the Ocean View Club and the
San Francisco South Club No. 1, ask
ing that the pound limits be extended
throughout the various districts asked
for in the several petitions now before
the Supervisors.
W. J. Cuthbertson, president of the
Market-street Improvement Club, who
acted as chairman of the meeting, in the
absence of Chris Stader, stated that it
would be a good idea for the members
of the federation to attend a meeting at
Social Hall, on Turk street, on next
Wednesday evening, when President
Dohrmann of the Merchants' Association
will deliver a lecture on "Municipal Gov
ernment."
PORTUGUESE MAKE MERRY.
The Annual Reunion at Shell Mound
Park a Big Success.
The Portuguese Protective and Benevo
lent Association gave its twenty-eighth
annual outing at Shell Mound Park yes
terday, and, as usual, the affair was a
big success. The association is a power
in the local Portuguese colony and has
accomplished a great deal of good. It
numbers 250 members, pays out over $4000
yearly in benefits and has $8500 in tne
treasury as a reserve fund.
The members assembled in the morning
at the hall, 510 Bush street, and marched
to the ferry, headed by a brass band.
Over fifteen hundred picnickers gathered
at the pleasure grounds and made merry
until compelled to desist by darkness.
Dancing in both pavilions was the prin
cipal enjoyment and was under the direc
tion of Floor Manager Benjamin Silveira,
assisted by M. Benjamin.
The committee of arrangements con
sisted of J. F. Bernard, Frank Souza,
Frank Almada and John Luis.
The officers in attendance were Presi
dent A. S. Martin. Recording Secretary A.
L. Quaresma, Financial Secretary J. J.
Rafael, Deacon J. J. Collhu and Treas
urer J. Baptlsta.
The Golden Jubilee.
At the meeting of the Odd Fellows' ju
bilee executive committee held Saturday
there were presented reports from the
various sub- committees, which showed
that considerable work is being done and
that the prospects are the three days'
celebration in October will be the grand
est fraternal event that has ever been ar
ranged for in this State.
Presidio Lodge announced that it would
in the near future arrange an entertain
ment to raise money to contribute to the
jubilee fund and that if the sum expected
is not realized the deficit would be made
up from the lodge treasury.
§ AMUSEMENTS.
CALIFORNIA THEATER.
S. H. FRIEDLANDER. Manager.
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT !
The Lanitiarfli Grand Italian Opera Company
Have consented to Eive
TWO MORE PERFORMANCES!
TO-MORROW (TUESDAY) NIGHT,
Their wonderful production of .
"TROVATORE."
And WEDNESDAY NIGHT
"MAINO n LESC/UJTV'.
With all the great principals.
Seats now on sale:
25c, uOe, 75c, $1 and 91 50.
COMING—
THOSE REAL LIVE BROWNIES !
Presenting -:'*'
"THE BROWNIES OF FAIRYLAND."
200 children in new
SONGS, DANCES. SPECIALTIES. BALLETS.
ON THURSDAY AND SATURDAY AFTER-
NOONS AND FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
NIGHTS, June 29 and 30 and July 1.
Reserved Seats, 25c, 60c, 75c. Come and get
them auick. for everybody wants to see the
beautiful performance Riven by
"THE BROWNIES."
Next— "A MIDNIGHT BELL."
COLUMBIAN
BEGINNING TO-NIGHT,
Charles Frohman presents MR.
HENRY MILLER
—AND—
X SPECIAL COMPANY
In a superb production of the romantic comedy,
"THE ADVENTURE OF
THE LADY URSULA."
Written in the happiest vein of Anthony Hope,
author of "THE PRISONER OF
ZENDA." etc.
ALCAZAR™
TO-NIGHT (MONDAY)
Begins the fifth week of MR.
LEWIS MORRISON,
When will be presented Geo. Foster Plan's
Historical Comedy,
FREDERICK
The GREAT.
Next DOUBLE BILL.
DON CAESAR DE BAZAN,
And the new curtain raiser,
ONLY THE MASTER SHALL BLAME.
TIVOLI OPERA-HOUSE.
THREE NIGHTS ONLY
"ORPHEUS and
EURYDICE"
Reappearance of ANNA LIGHTER.
THURSDAY, JUNE 29TH,
THE SOCIETY EVENT
DENIS O'SULLIVAN
In the Romantic Opera,
"SHAiyiUS_O'BRIEN."
PRICES 25c and 50c
Telephone Bush 9.
CHUTES_AND ZOO:
f\ mnTINEB '-EVERY DAY.
GREAT BILL HTTHE THEATER.
The FLYING BANVARDS, Aerial ; Marvels;
ARMSTRONG and O'NEILL, In "Fun In a
Club" ; ADA J. COSGROVE, the London Fa-
vorite; the LA ROSE BROTHERS, Comedy
Acrobats; MAE TUNISON, Queen of Song, and
a HOST OF NOVELTIES.
VISIT LUNETTE and the MAZE!
THURSDAY NIGHT,
AMATEUR MAYPOLE DANCE !;
I <K| *LIJ iHr »B THB^^m m. A Wm I^)P% JlfJ
TWO specials in our Silk
Department. The greatest
values yet offered. 1300
yards of High-Grade Silks
have just arrived, being a
special purchase for this
sale:
Lot I—Consists1 — Consists of Plaids in
blue, pink, purples and fancy
combinations ; Checks and
Stripes in pretty designs; Heavy
Cords in helios, blues, white
and black with colored polka
dots. All worth from $1.00 to
$1.25 yard—
75c.
Lot 2 — As Handsome Waist
Silks as have ever been shown.
Worth $1.50 and $2.00 a yard.
Extra Heavy Corded Effects in
helio, cardinal, pink and tur-
quoise; Plaids and Damasse
Styles in new designs and col-
ors; Heavy Black and White
Cords. An unusually fine col-
lection —
98C yard.
RIBBONS.
A clean-up of Fancy Neck Rib-
bons. Ail high-grade ribbons, from
3 to 31 inches wide; in checks,
stripes and poka dot effects. The
former prices 18c, 20c and 25c a
yard; closing price 14c
WEINSTOCK, LUBIN & CO.,
JWatrUL&t arid Taylor Streets.
AMUSEMENTS.
THE PASQUALIS!
Late of the Scalchl Concert Company.
Assisted by 810. ABRAMOFF, in the Prison
Scene From "Faust."
4-O'LEARYS— A
European Eccentric Comedians.
BiLLY-FARRELL- 1 ILLIE
World's Champion Cake Walkers.
MELVILLE AND STETSON, FRANCESCA
REDDING, TACIANU, FRED NIBLO AND
WILL M. CRESS Y AND BLANCH DAYNE.
Reserved seats, 25c; Balcony, 10c; Opera
Chairs and Box Seats, 50c.
Madness Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE
Telephone Main 532.
THIS EVENING,
Sir Julius Benedict's Beautiful Opera,
THE
LILY of KILARNEY.
OUR NEW PRICES— EVENING:
Orchestra, Reserved, 50c and 35c; Dress
Circle, Reserved. 25c: Family Circle. Re-
served. 15c; Gallery, 10c.
MATINEE SATURDAY — Best Reserved
Seat In the House. 25c; Family Circle. Re-
served, 15c; Gallery. 10c.
CONCERTS AND itESOBTa.
OldlXlW GREAT REALISTIC
l £ WAR PANORAMA!
Of Prof. W. G. ROLLINS.
the eminent orator,
J|/| • a lectures half hourly.
iYleirillcl Market rt.. nr. Eighth.
Admission. 60c '
Pnyf Children. 25c.
BUTRO BATHS.
OPEN NIGHTS.
OPEN DAILY FROM 7 A. M. TO 11 P. M.
BATHING FROM 7 A. M. TO 10:30 P. M.
ADMISSION, 10c; CHILDREN, sc.
Bathing, including admission, 25c; Children 20c.
nipr nntlll Corner Fourth and
CAFE ROMLIHs^I
Valises checked fre*.
BAILBOAD TRAVEL.
61QRIH PACIFIC COAST RAILROAD.
Via Imiitti Ptfrt.
Commencing April ti, 1899.
FROM SAN FRANCISCO TO MILL VALLEY
AND SAN RAFAEL. .
WEEK DAYS— 7:OO. •8:00, 9:30, 11:00 a, m. ;
♦1:45. 3:20, 4:00, 5:15, »6:( 6:30 p. m.
EXTRA TRIPS— For Mill Valley and San
Rafael, on Mon(ln---<«, Wednesdays, Saturdays
and Sundays, at 9:00 and 11:30 p. m.
SUNDAYS— •S:OO, •tCWJ, '10:00, 11:00. 11:30
a. m.; 1:00, •1:45. *2:30, »4:00, t:tO, 6:45 p. m.
11:00 a. m. does not run to San Ran Sundays.
5:30 p. m. does not run to Mill Val'y Sundays.
Trains marked (•) run to San Quentin.
FROM SAN RAFAEL TO SAN FRANCISCO.
WEEK DAYS— S:2S. *6:40, 7:55. 8:40. »10:20
a. m.; 12:30. 2:15. •3:40, 4:35. 5:15 p. m.
EXTRA ■ TRIPS on Mondays, Wednesdays
and Saturdays, at 6:40 and 10:15 p. m.
SUNDAYS— 7:OO, *S:00. •9Ao. 'WAS, 'IUiS
a. m.; 1:00, 2:20, »3:30. »5:15, «6:00. 7:00, 00:16
p. m. • •
Trains marked (•) mn to San Quentln.
FROM MILL VALLEY TO SAN FRANCISCO.
WEEK DAYS— S:4S, 6:50. 7:65. 8:56. 10:«5
a. m. 12:35, 2:45. 4:55. s*o p. m.
« EXTRA TRIPS on . londays. Wednesdays
and Saturdays, at 7:00, 10:20 p. m.
SUNDAYS-* :00, 10:00, 11:10 a. m.; 12:05,
1:20 2:40, 3:56, 5:30. 6:30. 10:20 p. m.
THROUGH TRAINS.
7:00 a. m. week days — Cazadero and way sta'ns.
3:20 p. m. Saturdays — Cazadero and way sta'ns.
6:15 p. - m. ■ week days vrfaturdays ■ excepted)—
Point Reyes and . way stations. ■ .* ;- - A
8:00 a m. Sundays— and way sta'ns.
ii« n. m. Sundays— Reyes and way ata'na.
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ADVERTISEMENTS.
MILLINERY
It takes but little money now
to buy a stylish hat for the
"Fourth." Our Trimmed Hats
must go quickly. The styles
are good, and if a saving in
price is any object to you no
time should be lost in making
a selection. No regard to
former prices. The bulk of the
stock at this time is marked
$2.00
$3.50
$5.00
LADIES' KNIT
UNDERWEAR
Summer-weight Undervests, Riche-
lieu ribbed, acorn trimming, white or
ecru, cut low neck, either short sleeves
or sleeveiess; reduced from 25c... I9c
Summer-weight Vests, either pink
or blue, Richelieu ribbed, low neck,
sleeveless, silk taped; reduced from
15c 9 C
CORSETS.
Five lines of our 50c Corsets to be
closed out There are Jean Corsets
in gray and black, Gray and Black
Figured Corsets and Ventilated Sum-
mer Corsets —
230.
'% RATLBOAD TRAVEL.
CAUFOIRU NORTHWESTERN IT. Ca
XjHJSSEIEI
Ml FRANCISCO AND NORTH PACIFIC
RAILWAY COMPANY.
Tltmron Perry, Foot of Market 6t.
•AN krancisco to ban rafaei*.
ITB£K DAYS— 7:3O. »:00, 11:00 a. m. ; U:»»
»:SO, 1:10. 1:10 p. m. Thursdays— trip
at 11:8* p. m. Saturdays— Extra trips at I'M
and 11:80 p. m.
•UNDATS-«:00, 1:80. U:0» a. m. : 1:80. 1J».
1:09, 1:20 p. m.
BAN RAFAEL TO SAN FRANCISCO.
«TCEK DAYS— «:IO, 7:60. 9:20, 11:10 a. m.; 12:41.
1:44. 6:15 p. m. Baturdajrs— trip* M
1:64 and 1:85 p. m.
iUNDATS— B:IO. »:40. 11:10 a. m.; 1:40. 8:40. e^i.
•:25 p. m.
Between Ban Francisco and Bchuetsen Park
same schedule as above.
Leave Arrive
San Francisco. In Effect San Franciscan
- April 1«. -
Week Sun- 1899. Bun- Week
Days. days. Destination. days. Dayn>
1 :30 am 3:00 am Novato, 10:40 am 8:40 am
1:80 pm 9:30 am Petaluma, »:05 pm 10:25 ara
1:10 pm 6:00 pm Santa Rosa. 7:36 pm 6:20 pa
Fulton.
t:M am Windsor. 10:25 am
Bealdfcburc
Lytton,
i. .-. : ■■' -■ ■- Oeyservllle,
1:39 pm »M am Oloverdale. 7:85 pm 140 p» .
T M am Bopland and - 10:25 am
1:10 inn SAO am Uklah. 7:35 pm 6:20 pra
_ - i * .
fJO am 10:26 am
1:00 am Chiernerille. 7:85 pm
1:30 pm 1:10 pa
T:Soam 8:00 am Sonoma 10:40 am 8:40 am
and
•llOpm 1:00pm Glen Ellen. (:0S pm 6:2opm
T:3O am 8:00 am Sebastopol. 10:40 am 10:25 am
3:30 pm 8:00 pm 7:35 pm 6:20 pra
Stares connect at Santa Rosa for Mark West
Springs and White Sulphur Springs; at Lyttoa
(or Lytton Springs; at Oeyservllle for Skagga
Spring*; at Cloverdale for the Geysers; at Hop*
land for Duncan Springs, Highland Springs.
Kelseyvllle. Carlsbad Springs. Soda Bay, Lake*
port and Bartlett Springs; at Uklah for Vichy
Springs. Saratoga Springs, Blue Lakes, Laurel
Dell Lake. Witter Springs, Upper Lake, Porno.
Potter Valley, John Day's, Riverside, Llerley's.
Bucknell's, Sanhedrin Heights, Hullvllle,
Boonevllie, Phllo, Christine, Soda Springs.
Kavarro. Whltesboro, Albion, Little River.
Orr"s Hot Springs, Mendocino City, Fort Bragg.
Westport. Usal. WlUltts. Laytonvllle, Cum«
mm • Bell's Springs. Harris, Olsen's, Dyer.
Scotia and Eureka.
Saturday to Monday round trip tickets at
reduced rates.
On Sundays round trip tickets to all point*
beyond San Rafael at half rates.
Ticket Offices, 650 Market St., Chronicle blds>
H C. WHITING, B. X. RYAN,
General Manager. Oen. Pass. Agent,
Santa Fe Route
San Francisco to Chicago.
THE MOST COMFORTABLE WAY ACROSS
THE CONTINENT.
EVERY DAY IN THE TEAR PULLMAN
PALACE AND PULLMAN UPHOLSTERED
TOURIST CARS LEAVE OAKLAND MOLE
FOR CHICAGO AND THE EAST. TAKE
MARKET-STREET FERRY AT 6:30 P. M.
DINING ROOMS ARE MANAGED BY MR.
FRED HARVEY. AND ARE PERFECT IN
EVERY DETAIL, SERVING MEALS AT
REGULAR HOURS AND REASONABLE
RATES.
NO OTHER LINE OFFERS SO MANY IN- ,
DUCEMENTS AS THE SANTA FE ROUTE.
SAN . FRANCISCO TICKET OFFICE. 62S
MARKET ST. TELEPHONE. Main 1531.
OAKLAND OFFICE. 1118 Broadway.
SACRAMENTO OFFICE, 201 J street. .
SAN JOSE OFFICE, 7 W. Santa Clara street.
MOUNT TAAIALPAItf SCENIC RAILWAY
Leave San Francisco, via £ausalito Kerry,
Commencing SUNDAY, April 23, 1899.
WEEK DAYS, 9:30 a. m. and 1:45 p. m.
Extra trip on Monday, Wednesday and Satur-
day at 5:15 p. m.. Returning Same Even-
ings, Arriving In S. F. at 11:20 p. m.
SUNDAYS, 8, 9, 10 and 11 a. m. and 1:45, 2:30
and 4 d. m.
Fare, 8. F. to Summit and Return, $1 40.
THOS. COOK & SON, Agts., 621 Market st.
Crash Dress Skirts, with col-
ored stripes 69c
White Pique Skirts, trimmed
with navy bands 69c
Crash Dress Skirts, linen
color 39C
Serge Dress Skirts, well made
and lined, black or navy, $1.69
Ladies' Shirt Waists, assorted
patterns, all sizes 19c
DOMESTIC
SPECIALS.
Figured Piques in white and tinted
grounds, standard quality, this sea-
son's popular styles 9c yard
Ducks in plain white and French
blue, 27 inches wide, nice smooth
finish 8c yard
Percales, the best quality, always
sold at 121 c, patterns that we wish to
close out 5C yard
Doylies, checked and fringed,
popular during the fruit season —
Size 10x10.. .25c dozen
Size 12x12. . .3OC dozen
MUSLIN
UNDERWEAR
Five styles of Ladies' Nightgowns.
AH good styles, and up to tn is
writing $1.25. 89c
Ladies' Cambric Drawers, with em-
broidery insertion and embroidery
ruffle. Reduced from 75c . . . .57c
BATTYROAD TRAVEL.
MHTIIK.It> l'Al'IFI« <O'll'«\T.
(PACIFIC SV.ITKM.)
Trains lrar« anil lire tine to arrive) at
HAS FKAI«G'I.SCO.
(Main Line, Foot of Market Street.)
leave — Fkoic June 25, 1899. — arbitb
7:00 a. Benicia, Snisun and Sacramento. . . . D:4Sp
?:OOa MaryßTille, Orovilloand Kedding Tia
Woodland B:l.">r
7:00 a Elmira, Vacarlllo and Rumsey. 8: 13p
7:30 a Martinez, Han Ilamon.Vallejo. Napa,
C'allatoga and Santa Itosa 6:1 Sr
8:OOa Atlantic Express, Ogdeu and East.. Ui43a
■:!iOA Sun .loaf, LiTermoru, .Stockton,'
lone, Sacramento, Placcrrille.
MarysTill«\ Chico, lted lllutl 4iltip
SiHOa •Milton, Oaktlaleand Honora 4:13p
8:30 a Yoscmite Valley via O&kdale and
Chinese 4:1
9:00 a Haywards, Nil. s and Way Stations. 11:43 a
0:00 a Martinez, Tracy. Latlirop. Stockton.
Merced anl Fresno 12:13r
OiOOa Fresno, Uaker3tield, Santa lt:irl»\ra,
Los Angeles, Demlng, £1 Paso, -
New Orleans and East 6:45p
IO:OOa Vallejo, Martinez and Way Stations 7: 15p
1 1 :0(» Haywards, Nilea and Way Stations. 2:45?
12:00 m Niles, Livermore, Stockton, Sacra-
mento, Mendota, Hanford. Visalla, ' "♦ ' ■
Pcrterville 4:l»p
•l:OOp Sacraniouto Hirer Steamers "S:OOp
3:00p Haywards, Niles and Way Stations. 3:43p
4 :«»«!■ Martinez, San lUmon, Vallejo,
Napa, Uulistoga, .Santa Rosa 9ilsa
4<oop Benicia, Vacaville, Sacramento.
Woodland, Knights Landing,
Marysvillo, OroTillo 10:15*
4 :80p Niles, Han Jose and Stockton ....... 7:1.1p
4:30p Yosemite Sleeping Car for Raymond 12:13p
s:OOpTho Owl. Tracy, Fresno. Bakers-
■ field, Saugua for Santa Barbara.
Los Angeles. 9:4Sa
S:3op Stockton, Merced, Fresno 12:13p
' 0:30p Martinez, Tracy, Mendota, Fresno,
Mojave and l.os Angeles B<43a
oi3op Santa Fu Route, Atlantic press
for Mojave and Ka.it 6:4.1
6iOOp Chicago-San Francisco Special, Ogdeii
and Kast Bt4!lp
6:00p Haywards, Niles and San Jose 7:43 a .
•6:00r Vallejo 12: 1,1 p
7:OOp Oregon JCxpress,Hacrainento, Marys-
; -i~ vllle. Ito<Ulii)g, Portland, I'uget
Sound and Kast 7:43 a
t »:00f Vallejo, Port Costa and Way Sta-
tlons tlO:3Op
COAST DIVISION (NnrroiT (Janirp).
(Foot (if Market Street.)
{7:43 a Santa Cruz Excursion for Santa
Cruz and Principal Way Stations J8:03»
Sil3ANewark,Centerville,SanJose,Felton,
Boul der Creek.Santa Ortiz and Way
Stations 3:30p
•ailBP Newark, Centerrille, San Jose, New
Almadeu, Felton, Boulder Creek,
Santa Cruz and Principal Way
Stations "10:30 a
4sl3p San Jose, Glcnwood and Way Sta-
tions 9:20 a
M: 1 3p Felton, Santa Cruz and Way Sta-
, tions /9:20 a
CREEK ROUTE FERRY.
From SIS nUNCISCO— Foot or Market Street (Slip 8)—
•7:16 9:00 11:00 a.m. }1:00 *2:00 |3:00
•4:00 J5:00 •6:00 p.M.
frtmOilUHD— Foot or Broidw.v.— "6:oo 8:00 10:00 a.m.
tI2:OQ- »l:00 18:00 »3:00 t<:00 '3:QOr.M.
COAST DIVISION (Broad Gauge).
(Third and Townaciul Stg.) •
' *O:1Oa Ocean View, South Han Francisco.. *6:SOp
•7:OOa San Joso and Way Stations (New
Almadcn Wednesdays only) *8:00 A
17:30 a Sunday Fxcurslon for Santa Cruz,
Pacific Grove and Principal Way
Stations JS:35p
•iOOa Hkii .lose, Tres Finos. Nnnta Crnz,
rarilic Orove. Paso ltobles, Han
Luis Oblspo, Surf, Lompoc and
Piincipal Way Stations 4:lOp
IW:4Oa Ban .lose mid Way Stations 0:33 a
11:3Oa San Jose aud Way Stations li3Up ;
•a:4sp San Mateo, Redwood, Menlo Park,.
Palo Alto, Santa Clara, Shu .lose,
Uolllster, Santa Cruz. Salinas.
Monterey ninl Pacific Grove *10:36 a
*Si3Op San Jose. Santa Cruz, Pacific Grove
and Principal Way Stations «7:8 Op
•4:15p San Jose and Principal Way Stations 9:43 a
•3:00 San Jose and Principal Way Stations "8:35 a
5:80r San Jose and Principal Way .Stations "0:00 a
6:S»l* San Joss ami Stations B:3Op
f11:43r San Josei>ii<l Way Station* t7:»Op
A for Morning. for Afternoon. ~~
•Sunday excepteil. t Sunday only, i t Satnr<Tay only.
. ©Saturday and Sunday. /Sunday and Monday.
THE SAN FRANCISCO AND SAN JCAQUI3
VALLEY RAILWAY COMPANY.
ytotn Jan. ts. 1899. train* will run as follow^
South-bound. J \ North-bound.
raasen- Mixed. MIxeJL Passed
ger. Sunday Station*. Sunday ger. ,
Dally. Exc'ptd Exc'ptd Daily.;
T:IO am 10:30 am Stockton 8:46 pm 8:00 pra
1:10 am 2:08 pm Merced 12:40 pm 4:13 pm
10:40 am 5:35 pm Fresno. 9:80 am 2:42 pm
11:88 am 7:45 pm Hanford 7:45 am 1:45 pn»
1:15 pm 12:80 am Bakertineld 2:00 am 11:00 ara
U:59 am 6:25 pm Vlealla «:40 am 1:22 pra
12:16 pm 6:63 pm Tulara 6:60 am 1:05 pra
' Stopping at Intermediate points as required. "
For particulars of stage and other connections
tnaulra at Traffic Manager's Office, SXL Mwkci
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