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Fifty - seventh precinct — Daniel , Murphy
(Dem.), 17 Pearl; R. C. Roedwitz (Dem.), 25
Pearl; F. P. Quigley (Dem.), 220 Laussat; L.
B. Rosenberg (Rep.), 36 Maple court; R. W.
Neal (R«?p.). 332 Halght; E. C. Man waring
(Rep.), 21 Laussat.
Fifty-eighth precinct — Charles A. Ritter
(Dem.), E09 Thirteenth; E. C. Prlber (Rep.).
29 Scott: George B. Wilbur (Dem.), 48 Pierce;
J. lioobar (Rep.), 313 Scott; S. Gross (Dem.),
915 Oak. ¦
Fifty-ninth precinct— J. C. Noonan (Dem.), 654
Fifty-sixth precinct— James J. SUvey (Dem.),
641 Hayes; Herman Blume (Dem.), 585 Fell;
A. J. Stein (Rep.). 607 Grove; J. H. C. Plage
man (Rep.), 625 Grove; H. S. Hinds (Rep.), 615
Fell: John Nagle (Dem.), 512 Fell. .
Fifty-fifth precinct— Thomas Sullivan (Dem.),
11V4 Elgin Park; Don M. Lemon (Dem.), 155
Octavia; G. Moock (Rep.). 8 Gough; F. B.
Goewey (Rep.), 300 Page; H. E. Lunger (Rep.),
151 Octavia; W. Turnbull (Dem.), 227 Oak.
Forty-sixth precinct— William H. Mulcahy
(Dem.), '24 Henry: A. J. McKlnnon (Dem.), 22C-
Dolores; C. H. Bryan (Dem.), 180 Henry; F.
D Bovard (Rep.) 35 Beaver; C. E. Goddell
(Rep.), 225V 2 Dolores; W. G. Newton J'.ep.),
Forty-seventh precinct — J. T. Benedict (Rep.),
334 Sanchez: F. R. Neville (Rep.), 5894 Eight
eenth; H. H. Kalich (Rep.), 4300 Nineteenth;
D Barry (Dem.), 801 Castro; Thomas Clark
(Dem.), 4108 Twentieth; J. M. McLaughlln
(Dem.). 4166 Twentieth.
Forty-eiirhth precinct — Emil Trittenbach
(Rep.), 3066 Nineteenth; Clark Duncan (Rep.),
34C6 Twenty-first; George E. Kammerer (Rep.),
229 Clipper; William McGoldrick (Dem.), 3946
Twenty-third; M. J. Vaughan (Dem.), 3942
Twenty-third; J. T. Stanley (Dem.).
Forty-ninth precinct— A. P. David (Rep.), 918
Diamond; F. A. Elliott (Rep.), 414 Twentieth;
H. L. Nichols (Rep.), 4070 Twenty-third; Thom
as J. Leahy (Dem.), 1GC3 Dolores; W. E. Foley
(Dem.), 914 Alvarado; William Crowley (Dem.),
Fiftieth precinct — Daniel Ward (Dem.), N.
E. Sanchez and Day; H. von Werthen (Rep.),
1501 Church; C. F. Daly (Rep.), 22 Day; W. K.
Lambert (Hep.), 712 San Jose avenue; Thomas
Coakley (Dem.), 4246 Twenty-sixth; R. W. Gil
logley (Dem.), 714 San Jose avenue.
Fifty-first precinct— N. Twcltmann (Rep.),
If 28 Castro; Samuel Srow (Rep.), 66 Joost ave
nue; P. J. Healy (Dem.), 14 Laidley; E. A.
Buck (Rep.), 36 Boswcrth; Max Popper (Dem.),
1518 Castro; D. Bolan-1 (Dem.). 313 Clipper.
Fifty-second precinct— John F. Burns (Dem.),
207A Carl; John Dolan.(Dem.), 2316 Fifteenth;
Michael Sheehan (Dem.), 4579 Eighteenth;
George W. Wagner (Rep.), 182 Tremont; Joseph
McDonald (Rep.). 4341 Sixteenth; W. B. Walkup
(Rep.), 1198 Stanyan.
Fifty-third precinct— Fred Meincke (Rep.).
4298 Mission; P. Reiley (Rep.), 527 Frederick;
M. F. Taylor (Rep.), 226 Sadowa; J. J. Barrett
(Dem.), 317 Hearst avenue; S. Mangan (Dem.),
r?9 Eadowa; V. W. Guerrero (Dem.), 165 Sage
Fifty-fourth precinct— Joseph Posner (Rep.),
377 Hayes; L Levy (Dem.). 432 Hayes; W. A.
Dowes (Rep.), 38 Oak; S. Raicevich (Rep.),
Z23 Hayes; XV. I. Sullivan (Dem.), 264 Ivy ave.;
L. Becker (Dem.), 263 Hayes.
Forty-fifth precinct— W. E. Barnes (Rep.),
515 Edinburg; Bernard Levy (Rep.), Pacific
Hebrew Home; Peter T. C. Wolff, 609 Naples;
l>. E. Goggin (Dem.). 165 Preclta avenue;
Thomas H. Greely (Dem.), 326 irisbon; Kmll
Gianini (Dem.), 202 University. m
THIRTY-SIXTH AND THIRTY-SEVENTH
THIRTY-FIFTH ASSEMBLY DISTRICT.
Forty-first precinct— C. Branagan (Dem.), 123
Chattanooga: John M. Gilbert (Rep.). 939 Dolo
res; W. T. Kearney (Dem.), 221 Fair Oaks; A.
D Nagle (Rep.), 1177 Church; W. E. Denellan
(Rep.). 27 Alvarado; James McAuliffe (Dem.),
Forty-second precinct— Thomas Klrby (Dem.),
40 Hill- Jo Gordon (Dem.), 2541 Mission; George
E. Kammerer (Rep.). 2544 Howard; H. T. Smith
(Rep ) 3229 Twenty-first; E. F. Herbert (Rep.).
102 Bartlett: J A. Gilfeather (Dem.). 30 Hill.
Forty-third precinct— J. P. McDonnell (Dem.),
3739 Twenty-sixth; E. J. CRourke (Dem.), 1025
Capp: John E. Chapman (Rep.), 3318 Twenty
t-ixth; W. H. Shepstone (Rep.). 452 Bartlett; C.
J. Panjol (Rep.). 32S4 Mission; Li Dunn (Dem.),
Forty-fourth precinct— E. J. Laughery (Rep.),
S24 Chapultepec; G. II. Marchant (Rep.), 246
Richland avenue; N. J. Heywood (Rep.), 43
Powell avenue; Thomas W. Cullen (Dem.), 132
West avenue; D. S. Clark (Dem.). 16 East ave
nue; E. Fay (Dem.), 3765 Mission.
Thirty-sixth precinct— William J. McDonnell
(Dem.), 13 Iris; James Gorham (Dem.). 6 Four
teenth; Harry S. Malone (Dem.), 16 Shotwell;
G. I. Rochester (Rep.), 1536 Folsom; H. Meyer
(Rep.), 310 Twelfth; P. F. Mertes (Rep.), 139
Thirty-seventh precinct — F. C. Moseback
(Rep.), Ill Guerrero; J. W. Emerton (Rep.), 71
Brosnan; F. H. Smith (Rep.), 26 Dearborn; J.
L. Hanley (Dem.). 3141% Sixteenth; J. T. Far
rell (Dem.), 442 Valencia; D. Linehan (Dem.),
Thirty-eighth precinct — E. J. Albrefcsynskl
(Dem.) 2937 Sixteenth; William J. Forde
(Dem.), 122 Shotwell ; 'Francis Richards (Rep.),
213 Shotwell; J. C. Tittle <Rep.), 166 Julian ave. ;
W. H. Thomas (Rep.). 127 Julian ave.; J. K.
Madden (Dem.), 411 Valencia.
Thirty-ninth precinct— Henry White (Rep.),
217 Capp; E. Worth (Rep.). 223 Capp; D. Nich
ols (Rep.). 333 Shotwell; M. Gleason (Dem.). 20
San Carloe; John Kennard (Dem.). 212 Capp;
J B. Williams (Dem.), 2125 Howard.
Fortieth precinct— H. C. Flageollet (Dem.),
266 Lexington ave.; Conrad Hildebrand (Rep.),
437 Capp; J. B. Kenniff, 3214 Twenty-first ;
George T. Shaw Jr. (Rep.). 320 San Carlos; P.
W Jordon (Dem.). 167 Lexington; M. Murphy
(Dem.). 3650 Twentieth.
Thirty-fourth precinct— C. J. Peterson (Rep.),
142 Eleventh; John Krosky (Rep.), 1709 Market;
H. W. Forbes (Rep.). 7 Bond; F. 'S. Joost
(Dem.), S Lafayette; M. Boland (Dem.). 49
Brady; Leo McGinn (Dem.), 2OV4 Twelfth.
Thirty-flfth precinct — James Farrow (Rep.),
2C3 Thirteenth; S. C. Spinney (Rep.}. ,334 Thir
teenth; J. Haslett (Rep.), 6Vfe Adair; J. Casey
(Dem.). 62 Julian; C. L. Creyer (Dem.), 1718
Howard; J. T. Curley (Dem.). 1716 Folsom.
THIRTY-FOURTH ASSEMBLY DISTRICT.
Thirty-third Precinct— W. H. Whittock (R.),
1000 Railroad avenue: F. M. Crossley (D.), 61
Railroad avenue: C. O'Connell (R.), 1701 Fif
teenth south; H. Blakislee (R.), 12U5 Railroad
avenue; R. GIbfin (D.), 1S06 Fourteenth avenue
south; George Coyle (D.), 1019 Railroad ave
Thirty-first Precinct— Samuel McKee (D.),
2337 Bryant; F. J. McCarthy (D.). 1239 York;
L. C. Cull (R.), 2750 Twenty-fourth; R. Urbais
(D.), 1108 Hampshire; Charles Skelly (R.). 1082
York; J. J. McAuliffe (R.). 2637 Twentieth.
Thirty-second Precinct— John P. Lynch <D.).
1419 Kansas; Irvins 11. Scott Jr. (R.). 646
Indiana; H. E. Loffmann (R.), 802 Pennsylva
nia; George S. Buck (R.), 324 Louisiana; B.
Griffin (D.), 1562 Kentucky; V. King (D-). 907Vi
Thirtieth Precinct-J. H. Armstrong: (R-),
3066 Twenty-fourth; W. J. Welch (R.), 2050
Folsom: Louis Holden (R.), 1108 Alabama; B.
J. Dowd (D.), 2713 Howard; D. T. Riordan
(D.), 2S71 Twenty-fourth; W. J. Higglns (D.),
Twenty-ninth Precinct— Dan S. Witherby
(R.), 2629 Folsom; John Stack (D.), 703 Shot
well; W. Block (R.), 2934 Twenty-first; A. S.
Blick (R.), 901 Treat; J. B. McSheehy (D.),
2633V4 Harrison; A. G. Fltzpatrick (D.), 3027
THIRTY-THIRD ASSEMBLY DISTRICT.
Twenty-elBhth Precinct— C. F. Richards Jr..
(R.). -01 Pennsylvania; A. R. Simmon* (R.),
703 Tennessee; W. B. Duff (R.), 400 Pennsyl
vania: D. Toomey (D.), 1101 Kentucky; W.
Dlxon (D.). £21 Minnesota; F. Dundon (D.),
229 Texas. T»
I. "Wall&ra Jr. (Rep.). 612# Natoma; W. B.
Koesel (Rep.). 731 Clementina; W. J. Sheehy
(Dem.), 774 Tehama; F. S.. Houghton. (Rep.),
Twentieth Precinct-John "Wehr (Dem.), 37
Grand avenue; J. F. Nichols (Rep.), S8 Ninth;
G. W. Bayreuther (Rep.). 823 Natoma; I. Blrn
baum (Rep.), 272 Ninth; P. McGrath (Dem.),
13) Ninth; W. H. Cannon (Dem.), 154 Tenth.
Twenty-first Precinct— Thomas Payser (Rep.),
217 Eighth; Charles W. Tighe (Rep.). 63 Langr
ton; J. E. Wilkinson (Rep.), 215 Eighth;. Louis
Espel (Dem.), nil Howard; James Kelly
(Dem.), 1146 Howard; Thomas Green (Dem.),
Twenty-second Precinct— William Desmond
(Dem.). 16& Ringold; P. J. McElroy (Rep.), 49
Boyd; John F. Wren (Rep.). 1271 Folsom; E.
F. Hanrahan (Rep.), 28 Rlngold; D. Qulnlan
(Dem.), 482 Eighth; D. Holland (Dem.), 391
Twenty-third Precinct— R. W. McCann (Rep.).
406 Tenth; J. M. Hanley (Dem.). 138 Eighth;
James Dunning (Rep.), 253 Dore; J. W. O'Don
nell (Rep.). 1413% Folsom; John Ahlers (Dem.),
266 Dore; W. Kennedy (Dem.), 315 Tenth.
THIRTY-SECOND ASSEMBLY DISTRICT.
Twenty-fourth Precinct— A. Mullan (R.). 17
De Boom; A. McCarte (R.), 164 South Park;
George E. Ray (R.), 359V4 Brannan; N. Power
(D.), 327 Bryant; J. Thompson (D.), South
Park; V. Cream (D.), 210 Townsend.
Twent3'-first Precinct— William C. Purcell
(R.). 9 Welsh: Georgre W. Schneider (R-), 563
Fourth: T. C. Parnow (R.), 63 Zoe; J. Wiles
(D.), 630 Third; W. Buckley (D.), 3 Freelon;
D. Gallbally (D.), 372 Harriet
Twenty-sixth Precinct— John Consldine (D.),
S63 Harriet; John G. King (R.). 647 Sixth;
Thomas F. Wren (R,), 531- Seventh; C. W.
Kaplan (R.), 210 Utah; James G. Claffy (D.),
126 Gilbert; George Pries (Q.), 372 Harriet.
Twenty-seventh . Precinct— Robert J. Boland
(D-), 1610 Bryant; Michael J. Curtin (D.). 1902
Bryant: P. Sinclair (R,), 6 York; Louis
Schweitzer (R.), 614 Potrero avenue; H. M.
Peterson (R.). 500 Ninth; Thomas Floyd (D.).
NE. Bryant and Fifteenth.
The New Bicycle.
Bicycle manufacturers state that the bicycle
for this year will be practically the same model
as 1900, as improvement seems to be impossible.
Precisely the same Is true of' Hostetter's
Stomach Bitters. It represents the limits of
science, and it is impossible to make a better
medicine for the stomach, liver, kidneys and
blood. Try it for dyspepsia, lndlgrestlon. con
stipation, flatulency or . sour stomach and you
will be convinced. Never take a substitute.
Retail cigar dealers assembled at Py
thian Castle last night for the ostensible
purpose of enjoying themselves In a social
way, but tho real purpose was to take Ini
tial measures for the establishment of a
When the politicians ascertain the true
significance of the meeting they will learn
that a movement Is on foot to unite all
the men engaged in the business of selling
liquors and tobacco. The cigar dealers
huve resolved to form an association sim
ilar to that established by the retail liq
uor dealers, and then appoint a committee
to bring both associations together for the
purpose of protecting their common Inter
ests at the polls on election day. In fact,
the dealers in liquors and tobacco propose
to take an active part in municipal -and
State politics. The candidates placed In
nomination by the political conventions
will bo reviewed ana those who are re
garded as inimical to the Interests of the
combined association will be turned down
regardless of politics. A ticket made up
from the nominees will be Indorsed by the
Tlils purpose was formed after due de
liberation and the committee will be se
lected at the next meeting of the cigar
The Republican Primary League Is daily
growing in strength and influence. Lead
ing Republicans in every district of the
cuy commend the organization for its ex
cellent work. The league has already
awakened widespread interest in the ap
proaching primary election. Confidence
la the ability of Republicans to win a. vic
tory at the next municipal election Is in
The idea of incorporating the league
was a good one, although some Repub
licans were at tirst inclined to object to
incorporation. The fact is recalled that
i he Progressive Union League Club of
this city tiled articles of incorporation
July lh, LSXS. It was incorporated to "as
sist in advancing the cause of
good and wise government and
the honest and patriotic adminis
tration thereof." The Republican
Primary League was incorporated to
mvakeii public interest in primary and
General elections, and to assist in advanc
ing the cause of Republican supremacy in
me municipal government.
The prospects for Republican success in
the municipal campaign of this year are
bright, anu are growing brighter every
day by reason of the increasing demorali
zation in Democratic ranks. Of late there
lists been a deal of talk about the organi
sation of Jefferson clubs to tight Phelan
ipm, but Phelan in the flesh seems to be
tretting the upjjer hold of Jefferson In the
spirit. McNab, McDonald and the regime
of Democratic officeholders are for Phe
lan. The programme is to force the nom
ination for Mayor on Phelan. Assessor
l>o<lge is regarded as the strongest avail
able man in the party, but his friends in
sist that he shall hold the office of Asses
sor ur.iil the four-year term for which he
was chosen shall have expired. Then i£
will be time to present him as the ac
ceptable candidate of the * arty for
Phelan tells his close friends that he
has made his plans for travel in Europe
and will not accept renomination, but the
programme is to coax him. He will con
pent, according- to programme, and pose
before the public as one who sacrifices
his personal inclinations to serve the peo
The Republican League rooms at the
Baldwin Annex were crowded last even
ing. Sixty or seventy' Republicans from
the Forty-fourth Assembly District held
a conference there and exchanged views
on the subject of district organization.
Colonel I). M. Burns returned from Mex
NAMES OF ELECTION OFFICERS
Commission Calls "Upon Three Hun
dred Citizens to Act Under Law.
Officers for the election to be held on
August 13 under the new primary law
•were selected yesterday by the Election
Commissioners in the districts embraced
between the Twenty-eighth and Thirty-
Foventh districts, both inclusive. Of the to
tal cf C56 required S36 have been appointed
and trQ! receive formal notification dur
ing the week. The remainder will be an
nounced on Wednesday or Thursday.
Prior to the adoption of the list Com
missioner Kellogg presented the following
re£cluUon, which was adopted:
Resolved, That the Board of Election Commis
sioners earnestly requests all citizens who have
been selected as election officers for the primary
election to be held on Tuesday, August 13, 1S01,
to accept the service and cal! at the Registrar's
office when notified without delay, to be sworn
In in the interests of a fair and honest primary.
Employers are requested to grant permission, to
any of their employes who have been chosen to
terve as oliicers of election.
The names of the prospective election
officers are as follows:
TWENTY-EIGHTH AND TWENTY-XIXTH
First Precinct— Oerscn Mosbacher (R.). 214
Steuart; D. M. Blank <D.), 3C3 First; N. H.
Burnham (R.). 316 Folsom; L. J. Scott (R.),
!.<T Harrison: John Clifford (D.). 12 East; G. S.
Amheitn <!).). S Steuart.
Second Precinct— C. Dunker (R.), 332 Fre
mt r.t; E. P. Hewlett <R.), 20^ Rincon place;
Thomas Vivian <D.). 12 Essex; George 1» wler.
(D.J, 5T2 Folsom; Charles Bergovln «i3.). 3S
Stanley place; E. W. HaueTiy <R.). 227 Flf
Third Precinct— John J. Mahoney (D.), 647
Howard; Thomas Phirps <R.), 665 Howard;
Jamee H. Oppenehaw <R.), 67 Tehama; Her
bert Smith <D.). f23 Howard: C. C. Enrelke
(R.). SO" Howard; Thomas Butler (D.), 55 Te
Fourth Precinct— Alfred W. Manderson (R.),
ir.3 Second; S. Licht (D.), 145 Second; Thomas
M. Manning (D.), 12 Natoma; Patrick Kolaa
(R.), list Tnird. It. G. White (R.), 45 Minna;
A. H. King <D.). C14 Howard.
Fifth Precinct— F. Hopper (R.). 119 Third; J.
J. LarUin <R.). 11 Jessie; A. L. Marks (R.), 75
Third; A. H. Bohrman <D.). &€2 MlFEion; S. J.
Garrigan <D.), £20 Mission; W. H. Robinson
<D.). G6 Minna.
Sixth Precinct— A. Riddock (D.), 23 Perry;
Thomas Lynch (D.). CSS Folsom; R. E. Colt
<R.), 654 Folsom; A. W. Kennett (R.), "8 Silver;
A. J. Brannaean (D.), 201 Third; Thomas C.
Clancy <D.). a Perry.
Seventh Precinct— Anthony >:. Wahler (R.),
223 Jessie; Horace A. Harby <R.), 216 Minna; F.
Anderson (D.), 337 JefFie; F. Hawes (R.), 32
Fourth; &I. K^ppel (IJ.), 826 Mission; W. J.
Fitzgerald (D.j, Mission, between Fourth and
Eig-hth Precinct— Frank J. Uiller CD.). 222 Xa
toma; John H. Sitt <R.), £40 Xatoma; H. B.
Withrow <R.), 58 Third: John A. Charlton (R.),
7-5 Mission; B. B. Nolan (D.), 71 Fourth; James
Rowan IT).), 221 Minna.
Ninth Precinct— E. C. Walter <R.). H9',J Fifth;
James Welch (D.f. Z:A Tehama; J. J. Hutchln
eon (R.), 771 Howard; E. Drew (R.), 713 How
ard ; P. F. Haller (D.). 12* Fourth; T. J. Stan
ton <D.). 3721* Tehama.
Tenth Precinct— <.'. F. Knippel (R.). 221 Fifth;
n. G. Wilson <R.). 166 Shipley: Uvrence Carey
(D.). 177 Shipley; George H. Corey (R.), ill Har
rison; Charles O'Brien <D.). 237 Clementina; P.
H. Cahill (D.), S43 Tehama.
Eleventh Precinct— John S. Elliott (R.), 760
Harrison: E. O'Gara (R.). 790 Folsom; F. Priest
<R.) 7SS>£ Harrison: L. Valentine (D.), 257H
Tehama; John W. O'N'eill (D.), 7C8A Harrison;
J. P. Fogarty (D.), 277 Clementina.
Twelfth Precinct— Morris Pincus (D.), 763
Harripon: George T. Ppilman (R.), 1C2 Perry;
JouL J. Hughes (R.). 142 Silver; O. Haille (R.),
493 Fourth; John Tobln (D.), 178 Perry; H.
O'Connor (D.). 40« Third.
THIRTIETH ASSEMBLT DISTRICT.
Thirteenth Precinct— James E. McGivney
(Dem.). 509 Mlr.na; A. Breen (Rep.), 476 Jessie;
A. C. Chevalier (Rep.). 951 Mission; W. H.
Harvey (Rep.), 405 Minna; J. K. Lynch (Dem.),
W Sixth; William Dorgan (Dem.). 466 Minna.
Fourteenth Preclnrct — Arthur Kldd (Rep.), 24
Sixth; Charles W. Iraacs (Rep.), 631 Jessie;
William Walker (Rep.). 707 Howard; James
f'reegan (Dem.). 543 Stevenson; J. McMenomy
'Dem.) ICO 7 Mission; James Gibson (Dem.), £35
Fifteenth Precinct— S. Schloss (Rep.), 921
Howard: W. W. Flaglor (Rep.). 926 Folsom; S.
Friedman (Rep.), 445 JJatoma; E. ' Hannon
iDem.), 423 Clementina; W. Smith (Dem.), 475
Tehama; R. Purcell (Dem.), 445 Tehama.
Sixteenth Precinct— Isaac Baer (Dem.), 160
Russ; Scloroon Meyer (Rep.), 224 Sixth; Louis
Sanders (Rep.), 231 Seventh; W.* R. Gibbon
<Rep ) 151 Russ; Julius Kauftmann (Dem.),
Brunswick Houee; William John (Dem.). 2S1
Seventeenth Precinct— Broderick S. Barclay
(Rep.), 405 Sixth: C. \V. Apgar (Rep.), 8 Fal
mouth; A. Donaldson (Rep.). 9C7 Harrison; B.
Cocway (Dem.), 420 Sixth; John Weir (Dem.),
271 Clara; John Curley (Dem.). 948 Harrison. '
THIRTY-FIRST ASSEMBLY DISTRICT.
Klgtiteenth Precinct — James C. Gorman
<Dem.), 28 Eigrhth; Henry MacSorler (Rep.),
61S Steven*on; Joseph Gogeo (Dem.), 645% Stev
enson; J. F. Hughes (Dem.), 781 Stevenson; 8.
N'ew-bauer (Rep.). 112 Seventh; H. 1* Webb
(Rep.). 1228 Mission.
Nineteenth Precinct— W. Dietrlck (Dem.), 720
CwmtnUE*; J&mes Glnty (Dem.), C3 Minna;
Republicans of the Thirty-sixth District
held a meeting for the purpose of forming
a club at Twin Peaks Hall, Seventeenth
and Noe streets, last night, and the place
was crowded with enthusiastic party men.
James Barber called the meeting to or
der, and A. E. Merrill was made secre
tary of the temporary organization. A
district club was formed by the election
of R. E. Miller of the Owl Drug Company,
President; Robert Ash, vice president; M.
. Taylor, secretary; John Ryan, assistant
secretary, and J. P. Mahoney, treasurer.
The officers are all well known in the
district, business men and earnest parti
Republicans of the Thirty-Sixtli.
Oak; J. C. Mastellar (Rep.). 612 Waller; F. W.
Zehfuss (Rep.), 734 Oak; J. B. Whitmore (Rep.),
916% Oak; I. Spiro (Dem.), 406 Central avenue;
P. J. Joyce (Dem.), 709 Oak.
Sixtieth precinct— T. Galnford (Dem.). 1277
Ninth avenue; H. K. Eells (Dem.), 1168 Haight;
J. Hammond (Rap.). 1316 Page; L. B. Tlche
nor (Rep.). 1274 Twelfth avenue; B. W. Han
brich (Rep.). 712 Clayton; P. F. Skelly (Dem.),
Three deputies selected from the list of
experienced clerks— H. B. Moynlhan, B.
Joesten and D. F. Mahr— were appointed
to take office on July L
After July 8 the Registrar's office will
be open every evening from 7:30 -to 9:30
o'clock for the registration of voters. All
v-ho have changed residences since the
last election must register anew.
' The decision was reached in th'ft action
Instituted by G. W. Shriner against Treas
urer Brooks, in which the petitioner
prayed for a writ of mandate compelling
the Treasurer to pay a demand for $150
bail money deposited to secure the release
of one Palmer, but which "demand the
Treasurer refused to recognize untilthe
same had been passed upon by the Au
ditor of the city and county. In his opin
ion Judge Seawell holds that "bail moneys
deposited with the Treasurer are, in con
templation of law, in custody of the
court and subject to its orders. The stat
utes which prescribe the means by which
they may be paid out are not laws direct
ing the payment of money out of i the i
treasury within the meaning of the
charter, but they are laws which regulate
proceedings in courts of criminal jurisdic
tion and prescribe the powers and duties
of the Judges thereof.
"Therefore, the demurrer is overruled
and a peremptory writ of mandate issued
as prayed." * „
Although Treasurer Brooks was at first
inclined to take an appeal from the de
cision, he later in the day made up his
mind to pay all bail money orders as aoon
as presented. This information was con
veyed in a note sent to the Auditor's of
fice shortly before closing hours. It was
stated by Cashier Perkins that since the
1st of April, when the Sullivan forgeries
resulted in the refusal of the Treasurer to
honor these orders, over $40,000 had ac
cumulated. As fast as presented, the de
mands will now be paid.
Of this amount County Clerk Deane
was charged with a large sum represent
ing forfeitures and fines. Chief Deputy
Goddard, who has had charge of this
matter, has been carrying the orders of
the Police Court Judges as cash in his
daily settlements, and a considerable por
tion of this amount will be turned at once
into the general fund.
Judsro Sea well lianded down a decision
yesterday to the , effect that bail moneys
l>£Jd into the treasury to secure the re
lease of- prisoners may be withdrawn
upon warrant without following the tire
come routine "for the payment of money
out of the treasury" established by the
provisions of the charter. . -
Many Waiting Creditors Can
Now Draw Cash Long
Judge Seawell Deter
mines That Treasurer '
..; Must Pay.
OF BAIL MONEYS
CIGAR DEALERS RESOLVE
TO ENGAGE IN POLITICS
Initial Steps to Combine Forces With Retail Liquor
Merchants for Political Purposes.
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, TUESDAY; JUNE 25, 1901;
- — IN THE
RUSSIAN RIVER REDWOODS,
"In AH California
No Place Like This."
On a New Plan,
Camp Reverie, on the Guernevllle Branch of
the California Northwestern Railway, Is prac-
tically a hotel under canvas. Accommodations
—tent and board— by «the day or by the week.
There will be addresses toy distinguished people
In the mornings, and specially arranged enter-
tainments— musical, literary, etc.— for the even-
. RUN UP FOR A DAY.
Run Up Saturday and Return Sunday or
i Monday, •
Hun Up and Back on Sunday, ¦
and see for yourself— "In All California No
Place Like This."
Round trip from San Francisco only $2.50.
Take boat at Tiburon Ferry. Call on or address
Camp Reverie Association, Room 81, Flood
Bldg., San Francisco, for particulars and book-
lets; or write Camp. Reverie Association. P. O.
Forestville. Sonoma County. Cal. Booklets may
also be had at the ticket offices of the Califor-
nia Northwestern Railway. -
SANTA CAT ALINA ISLAND.
3^ Hours' Ride From Los Angeles, Cal. *
GREATEST ATTRACTIONS IN THE WEST.
Third Annual Rod and Reel Fishing Tour-
nament, auspices the "Tuna Club."
Eighth Season of our Famous Marine Band.
The Society Resort.
The Sportsman's Paradise.
HOTEL METROPOLE and COUNTRY CLUB
always open. Golf and Tennis Tournaments.
IDEAL CAMP LIFE.
For full information, hotel rates, unique ar-
rangements for camping and Illustrated pam-
phlets, apply to
E. C. PECK. Agent,
" 10 Montgomery «t.. San Francisco.
Or BANNING CO..
822 South Spring Et..' Los Angeles. Cal.
r\ rs m nnrt HOT springs, sonoma
XKuftfwS c °i° nl y 4 % hours from
UA/1 171/U San Francisco; but 9 miles
staging; waters % noted for
medicinal virtues; best natural bath in State:
grood trout streams; telephone, telegraph, daily,
mail and express; first-class hotel and stage
service; morning- and afternoon etages; round
trip from S. F. only %a 50. Take Tiburon ferry
at 7:30 a. m. or 3:30 p. m. Terms. |2a day or
$12 a week. References— Any guest of the past
six years. Further Information at Traveler of-
fice. JO Montgomery St.. or of J. F. MTJL-
GRE~W. SkagKS. Cal. ¦
Trains leave Third and Townsend streets at
8 a. m. and 2:45 p. m. dally. For rates and
Illustrated pamphlets address P. ROBERT- -
SON. Prop. _
LAUREL DfLL LAKE
MOST ATTRACTIVE PLACE IN LAKE
County to spend a vacation. Boating,
bathing, bowling, tennis, livery, new . walks
and boats. Write for circular. - EDGAR DUR-
NAN. Laurel Dell. Lake Co.. Cal.
OWN A HOME in ti b f p u a l u " CAMP MEEKER
Buy lots $10 up; cottages built by Meeker, $30
up; boating, bathing, tenting ground free; saw-
mill, depot, store, Dostofflce at camp; board
and lodging $6; take Sausalito ferry, $3 round
trip. Address M. C. MEEKER., or H. M.
GREGSON, Camp Meeker, Sonoma County.
J$p Three trains daily: 2'^ hours' ride. A
Bettens. Mgr.. Byron Hot Spgs., Cal.
Lombard & Co.. 36 Geary street. City.
CAMP OCEAN ROAR,
Situated on Tomales Bay; good accommoda-
tions for camping, hunting, fishing and boat-
ing; cottages and tents at reasonable prices;
accommodations for horses." WM. ARCHER,
Proprietor. P. O., Tomales. ,
THE GEYSERS, )£«»»'•;
ONE OF NATURE'S WONDERS. NATtJ-
ral' steam baths; swimming, fishing, hunt-
ing and livery. Write : for pamphlet. I.
IT IS NEVER TOO LATE* TO ENJOY GOOD
HEALTH AND PLEASURE AT THE COZY
B: MARTENS, Prop.. Bachelor P. O., Lake Co.
Various amusements. 'Large and small game.
Table and beds unsurpassed. Rates only $S atvl
$10. Apply 20 Montgomery st. or address O. W.
R. TREDWAY, Prop., Glenbrook, Lake Co., Cal.
Flshli'Sr; boats; excellent table; climate per-
fect: 16 rnlleu from Truckee, In an 'unbroken
forest. Further information Traveler office, 20
Montgomery, or MRS. H. M. CLEMONS,
Truckee,, Cal. : '•"?.': ; •
,' ViCHY SfRiNCS.
The only place in the United States where
Vichy Water is abundant. The only natural'
Electric Waters: Champagne Baths; Springs
Numerous; Baths Unequaled. Three miles from
Ukiah. \ J. A. REDEMEYER & CO..
GOOD FELLOWS' HOME.
AMID THE MOUNTAINS OF MENDO-
clno. : Visit this quiet little resort for
solid comfort. . For particulars apply to I S.
STRATTON. 3 Eighth street. City. ,
In Santa Cruz Mountains. Health, pleasure,
fishing, hunting and swimming; good table:
guests at home; never -fall to return; send for
Bouvenlr. VIC PONCELET. Llagas.
PLEASANT "ACCOMMODATIONS i FOR A
few guests; mountain scenery; pure air. $S
per week. H. B. LAWLEY, .Callstoga, Cal.', •
HO J'FOR THE GEYSERS.
Via C." C'Foss'.: Stage Line from" Callstoga.
The scenic route/. Livery in connection. C. C.
FOSS, ¦¦ Proprietor. Callstoga, Cal. "V • ¦ '«;;-,
: ¦ ' -. • ; '•. ¦ .• ' \ ¦-•' ."."-¦'
All sorts of people use Pears' soap, all sorts
of stores sell it, especially druggists.
Economical soap is one
that a touch of cleanses. 4,
Pears' shaving soap is i
the best in all the world.
\ I • '
San Jose Is the central city of California, and
Hotel Vendome is its most attractive feature.
Adjacent to Lick Observatory. New Almaden
Quicksilver Mine, Alum Rock Park and count-
less other attractions, reached over perfect
loads. Hotel thoroughly modern and first class
in every respect, with service unsurpassed.
Rates reasonable. For further Information call
at "Traveler" office. 20 Montgomery street,
San Francisco, or address
GEO. P. SNELL. Mgr.. San Jose. Cal.
A irrotto. 1400 feet up In the coast rangre. over-
looking- the broad Salinas Valley; free from fos
and winds; pure, dry, balmy air; equable tem-
perature; seven miles stage from Soledad; hot
and cold soda and sulphur baths: tub and
plunge; special bathhouses for ladles: massage
treatment: cement swimming tank. 30x60; hunt-
Ing and fishing: all popular games; hotel, cot-
tages and grounds illuminated by gas: telephone
and P. O.: round-trip ticket $8. C. T. ROMIE.
prop.; T. "W. SHRODER. manager.
Delightful Surroundings and WITTpD
Excellent Accommodations at VI 1 1 I CIV
LAKE COUNTT. CAL.
Certain cure for Stomach, .Liver, Kidney,
Bladder, Skin and Blood Diseases.
Recommended by Leading Physicians. Thou-
Tickets, California and Northwestern Rail-
road. Stage from Ukiah.
RODNEY McCORMICK, General Manager.
Call or address,
WITTER MEDICAL SPRINGS COMPANT.
Upper Lake P. O., Lake County. Cal.
Main Of nee & . Water Depot. 916 Market, r. 64.
...NAPA... Napa County.
SODA SPRINGS Cal - |
THE MOST BEAUTIFUL OF ALL,
Rates $10 to $15 per week. Two tralnB dally,
foot of Market street. 7 a. m. and 4 p. m.
For further Information address
A. DOLLMANN. Proprietor.
THE SEASIDE RESORT OF CENTRAL
California, on Monterey Bay. Now open.
Free booklet. R. M. BRIARE. manager hotel:
FRANK REANIER. supt. camp, Capitola. Cal.
BIG OAK FLAT AND TOSEMITE STAGE
CO.— Running directly through the Tuolumne
Big Tree Grove. Round trip from San Fran-
cf»co $32. Round trip from Stockton $27.
Staging 2% hours first afternoon and 9 hours
next day. arriving at Tosemlte Valley 5 p. m.
Send for Illustrated folder. »WM. J. WHITE.
Gen'I Agent. 630 Market rt.. opposite Palace
?Hotel. S. F.; tel. Black "
DR. C C O'DONNELL'S
MINERAL SPRINGS AT GLEN ELLEN,
the best camping, picnic and pleasure re-
sort on the Coast. The greatest remedy for
lung disease, liver arid stomach complaints,
rheumatism and catarrh in the world; 46
miles from S. F. The S. P. R. R. and S. F.
& N P. R. R- give special rates to campers ;
30 cottages and tents furnished; rent cheap:
no fogs nor poison oak at the park: mineral
wat«r, boats and bathlntr free. Inauire of DR.
C C O'DONNELL. office 1021J4 Market, bet.
6th and 7th. S. F. If you want your health,
pleasure and longevity this is the place to go.
Healthiest and . best climate, prettiest placs
in all California: lots amusements: fine walks:
all mineral waters. Rates. $10 and $12 per
week. Open May 1!». Circulars at city office.
918 Larkln St.. S. F. DRUBT & KROEGER.
A delightful summer resort on the shore of
Lake Tahoe. Everything new. Best beach for
bathing on the lake. Fishing and hunting 1 .
Boats, fishinar tackle and saddle horses at mod.
erate hire; $2 per day. or $10. $12 and $14 per
week. Postoffice. telechone. A. L. FROST,
Rubicon Park, Lake Tahoe. Cal.
POINT ARENA HOT SPRINGS.
Greatly improved. New cottages, large hall,
pianos, billiard, pool and other games: every-
thing new; $7 per week. Round trip by stmr.
Point Arena. $7. Inquire at Beadle Bros.*. 34
Mission, and- N. P. R. R. Co.. 14 Sansome
St.. or of DR. TV. A. McCORNACK, Point
Arena. Cal. •
Beautiful mansion house and magnificent
grounds, situated In foothills, one and a half
miles from St. Helena. Table unsurpassed.
Terms reasonable. Address P. O. box 55, St.
Helena. Cal. ¦ ¦ - : i.
.KLAMATH HOT SPRINGS.
Finest fishing, hunting and health resort on
the coast. Climate perfect. On Klalhath River.
Rates, $2 and $2 5 1 ) per day; $10 to $14 per week.
Call Traveler Office. 20 Montgomery St., or
address EDSON BROS., Beswlck, Sisklyou
County. Cal. .
For rest and health! n TH E SIERRAS
near Coitus pu U. P. R. B. Elevation Just right.—
2100 ft.— 136 miles from San Fr. No staging; ?ood
table; finest scenery, water, air, fruit and climate. '
Ideal forests and grounds $8.00 a week. Send for
booklet.- Orchard Springs, Colfax, CaL
• •'¦- ¦•-¦•¦¦ - • • ¦
P. O. EL ~ VERANO. Cal.. Verano Station
(King's Crossing), on California Northwestern
Railway. Hot mineral baths ! near by. Terms,
$1 per day and upward. PETER GO UILIIAR-
DOU. lessee. v .
BOULD'R CREEK HOTEL.
Under new management. ¦ Entirely renovated.
First-class family resort. Fine hunting and
fishing. " Sulphur sprfngs. For terms and par-
ticulars address P. J. WELCH, Prop., Boulder
Or less will cover all expenses of a 10 days"
trip to Yosemlte. Curry's Office, 630 Market
street. S. F. ; . , ¦;-;
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS.
Two miles from St.. Helena. Board and room,
$7 a week; camping privileges. $160 per week.
Address W. W. McCORMICK. St. Helena.
Oakland Office— 54- San Pablo Ave.
UNITED STATES LAUNDRY
.Office 1OO4 Market Street
BY THE FRUITS
OF OUR LABOR
•we are known to all people of taste In San
Francisco who have a horror of cheap and
common laundry work. Anything finished
at our establishment is as fine as a poet's
fancy, having: received a touch which
ihay be described as the verse form of
linen. Come to us for laundry results as
gugrgestive of satisfaction as home, sweet
No saw edgres.
FOR STOMACH DISORDERS,
BOOT. and DYSPEPSIA.
Best NATURAL Alkaline Water.
Visitors to San Francisco who mako
their headquarters at these hotels en-
joy comforts and conveniences not to
be obtained elsewhere. \ Desirable loca-
tion, courteous attaches and unequaled
cuisine. American and European plans.'
Positively cured by these
They also relieve distress from Dys-
pepsia, Indigestion and Too Hearty
Eating. A perfect remedy for Dizzi-
ness, Nausea, Drowsiness, Bad Taste
in the Mouth, Coated Tongue, Pain in
the Side, TORPID LIVER.' They
Regulate the Bowels. # Purely Vegetable.
Small Pill. Small Dose.
OR. GROSSMAN'S SPECIFIC MIXTURE
For the cure of GONORRHEA. GLEETS,
STRICTURES and analogous complaints of tha
Organs of Generation. . -
Price tl ft bottle. For sale by druggist*.
f*ft I B fl ifl S I A SAN FEAMri
bU laU IWlJWlM LEADING THEATRE
Every night (except TTTITT1 Tl Tl
Sunday), matinee Sat. I I 111 I 3 l| U
only. Second Time I I 111 I 1 W% K ,
CHARLES w.» ¦***¦¦*»
By Arrangement with , w 'W
DAVID BELASCO. 2
Paul M. Potter's JOB^
Founded on x*l T ¦ #M 4V
Oulda's Celebrated I * | A I ¦ (¦
BLANCHE BATES I I I fl IT I J
as "CIGARETTE." A IJXliUM
*"TT i WO L» 1*
•THIS WEEK POSITIVELY THE LAST."
EVENINGS AT .8.
TO-NIGHT— SOUVENIR NIGHT.
COME AND GET A "CORKER."
LAST TOT MATINEE SATURDAY AT 2.
A TOY FOR EACH CHILD.
SUNDAY JUNE 30— "BABES IN THE
Popular Prices 25c and BOc
Telephone— Bush 9.
GRAND' OPEP2A HOUSE
FAREWELL WEEK OF
Supported by FLORENCE STONE,
In SARDOU'S GREAT SOCIETY DRAMA,
MATINEES SATURDAY AND SUNDAY.
A Souvenir Photograph of Mr. MacDowell Will
. Be Presented to Every One Attending
the Saturday Matinee.
PRICES.... 10c, 15c, 25c, 60c, 75c
Good Orchestra Seat, AH Matinees, 25c.
Branch Ticket ¦ Office— Emporium. . .,
NEXT WEEK — T. Daniel Frawley Presents
"THE ONLY WAY." Superb Cast, Including
E. J. Morgan, John Mason, Theodore Roberta
and Katherine Grey.
A NEW COLLECTION OF VAUDEVILLE'S
EMILY LYTTON, CHARLES BOWSER AND
COMPANY. EZRA KENDALL. GARDNER
AND VINCENT. SISTERS MAHR.
ODELL WILLIAMS AND COM-
PANY, COLE AND DE LOSSE,
THE BIOGRAPH AND LAST
WEEK OF THE EAST
"Fatma and Smaun,"
Who will continue their receptions to children
after matinee performances.
Reserved seats, 25c; balcony, 10c; opera, chairs
and box eeats, 50c.
Matinees Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday.
) TO-NIGHT, ALL THIS WEEK.
EXTRA MATINEE TO-MORROW (Wed.) "
MATINEES SATURDAY AND SUNDAY.
Mammoth Spectacular • Revival of
UNCLE TOM'S CABIN
On a Scale of Magnificence Never Before Ajh
; proached on This Coast.
Buck and Wing Dancing, Cakewalks, Blood-
hounds, Negro Melodies, Etc.
nnf fCt Evenings ...10c, 15c, 25c, 35c, 50c
rnlWC.> Matinees 10c, 15c. 25c
Next Week— The popular actor, JAMES M.
BROPHY, in the great play, "Davy Crockett."
fjLt* HEATR &y< \
TO-NIGHT AND ALL THIS' WEEK. .
Supported by WHITE WHITTLESEY,
In Her Greatest Success,
POSITIVELY ONE WEEK ONLY.
ONLY MATINEE SATURDAY. y'v r .V
Orchestra— First Six Rows— 75c. ¦
SEATS SIX DAYS IN ADVANCE.
NEXT— "THE SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL."
BEFORE SiN FRANCISCO ATHLETIC CLUB
' SIXTEENTH AND FOLSOM STS., 2 P. M.,
.-.'•¦ vs. ij ' " ' ¦
OF BOSTON. "
' FOR MIDDLE-WEIGHT-
CHAMPIONSHIP OF THE WORLD.
AL NEILL of San Francisco
. ¦ ¦¦ •' \ • . ' ';. VS.
CHARLES (Dutch) THUWTON.
¦ ' TWENTY ROUNDS EACH. ;. ,
FISCHER'S concert house.
ElOyinEtlX. O:. Admission lOc.
CHARITY MARTIN. Sis:. Abramoff, Mur-
1 phy and Hart, Lillian Levey. Arthur Parent,
'Charles Chenoweth, i Ed B. Adams, Alice Bar-
j num and Stanley and Waltcn. ,., •¦• , -,
• Reserved Seats, 25c. , Matinee Sunday. •
I SUTRO BATHS.
j OPENNIGHTS. *
Open dally from . 7 a.', m. to 11 p. m.
Bathing from 7 a.\ m: to 10:30 p. m. '<-¦*
ADMISSION: 10c. CHILDREN 5c. : -
Bathing,' Including admission; 25c; children, 20c.
If you want to
know where to
go this Summer
CaU or write for
This is a little book Just issued by the Cali-
fornia Northwestern Railway Company, and Is
profusely Illustrated. It gives camping loca-
tions, hotels and mineral spring resorts la
Matin, Sonoma, Mencloclno and Lake counties.
Besides, it contains a list cf about 200 farms
and homes where board during tho summef
months can be procured at from $3 .to $10 per
week. Ticket offices. 650 Market street (Chron-
icle building) and Tiburon Ferry. General of-
fice. Mutual Life bullying. Sansome and Cali-
fornia streets, San Francisco. R. X. RYAN.
General Passenger Agent. H. C. WHITING.
General Manager. ; kiW-'L «*&£•
Only Three Hours* Staging
To the prettiest, healthiest, most restful plac«
in all California. Resident physician. Every
comfort and amusement. Rates — $10. $12. $14.
$15 and $16 per week. CaU on LEE D. CRAIG.
316 Montgomery st.. and see photographs of
hotel and surroundings. We take pleasure in
writing full particulars. Address CRAIG &
For the complexion. Indispensable for th«
Mountains and Sea Shore. Prevents and re-
moves tan. sunburn and infection from Poison
Oak. Indorsed by the medical profession. At
all druggists. .
CALIFORNIA HOT SPRINGS
Hot Springs, but not a sanitarium.
Formerly Agua Caliente Springs. Sonoma
Valley. No staging: 46 miles via C. N. Ry. or
S P. R. R. Immense swimming tank. Splen-
did table. Come Sundays, try It. Round trip.
$1 10 Telephone: expensive improvements; J13
and $14. COOPER & SHEDDEN, Agua Ca-
llente. Cal. | •
WILBUR HOT SULPHUR SPRINGS.
Sulphur Creek. Colusa Co., Cal., 26 miles by
stage west of Williams: fare $2. Hottest and
strongest water on the Coast: temperature US
deg. Cures rheumatism, dropsy, salt rheum.
skin diseases, neuralgia, liver and kidn*v com-
plaints, paralysis, mercury In system, dyspep-
sia, catarrh. Natural mud baths. New 2-story
hotel: fine new bathhouse. Board and lodging,
including baths. $10 a week, WM. OELGEART.
Outing Suits in Homespun or Golflngs: Jack-
ets silk lined, made to order only. Sper'nl fnr
tho n»xt 3n days ,.:..#24.T>*>
LESTER. Ladies' Tailor. 8 and 10 Kearny st.
First-class family resort in the Napa red-
woods. Exhilarating air. hunting, flshlr.*.
swlmmlne and boatimr. Terms reasonable. In-
ouire THEO. BLANCKENBURG JR.. Prop.,
Oakville. Napa Co., or The Traveler's Bureau.
20 Montgomery st.
~ EL MONTE HOTEL.
First-class family resort: climate unsur-
passed* great relief for penple with asthma; 83
miles from S. F.; fare $1 65: free 'bus. Particu-
lars »t Travel*!- Office. 2« Mrmterom*»ry St.. or
of JOHN JJEVILL. Proprietor. Lo» Gatos.
SOLID COMFORT HOME p E^ e e n d! ve^ j£
attitude. No fog: climate delightful. Lars»
orchard, vegetable garden. Hot, cold baths.
Spring water. Rat»s, $7 wee* on Stage meets
train. . SCHULER & SCHEBEN. Napa. Cal.
Makes it possible for you to sr>end a week or a
month In T"semite without exhausting all yonr
resources. Rates. $12 per week: $45 per month.
Office. 630 Market street.
YOSEMITE I I
WIT I AW/ D 4WPH Former proprietor W.
nlLLVlTf KAftwIl Crandell— A summer home
in the redwoods. 5 miles from Santa Cruz:
running water, swlmmlne. croquet, abundant
of fruit home cooklnc: table xiwak* for Itself.
For particulars. TULET & ILIFF. Sacta Cruz.
, WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS.
Vk hours* ride from S. F.: 5 miles from Val-
lejo. Sulphur baths; cure rheumatism, neural-
gia eczema, kidney, liver, stomach diseases.
Hotel and Cottages repovat»d. Lake for boatlnT
and bnthing. Dancing Pav'llon. $3 to $10 a week.
Piwwialrjit^'um'Uwi. M. MADRID. Va!>Jo. Cal.
/>iun TlVTftD Cottages, camping, fishing;
VAJir 1AILUK 29 miles from S. F. : In the
redwoods. Call Traveler office. 20 Montgomery
street, or address H. G. MARTIN. Proprietor.
*" HOTEL BENVENUE.
On the shore of Clear Lake: home cookln*:
$7 per week and upward. F. and ,A. M.
SCA LES. Lakeport. Lake County. Cal.
LAKEPORT AND BARTLETT SPRINGS
STAGE LINE.— Hopland to Barlett Springs.
Via Lakeport carrying passengers for Lake-
port and Bartlett Springs. Stages connect
with trains at Hopland. Leave Hopland at
12:30: arrive at Lakeport at 3:30; arrive at
Bartlett Springs at 7:30. New 6-horse 14-pas-
senger tourist wagons, made to order for thia
etage line, with all the most modern improve-
ments. Passengers for Lakeport or Bartlett
Springs call for tickets by Bartlett Springs
MILLER & HOWARD. Proprietors.
LAKE COUNTY.— New 13-p*assenger Yosemlt*
Stage, all outside seats. Leaves Callstoga
' daily (Sundays excepted) at 11:30 a. m., direct
to Harbin. Seigler. Adams. Howard. Ander-
son. Astorgs and Glenbrook: buy round-trip
tickets; half an hour for lunch at Callstoga;
also to Mlddletown. Lower Lake. Kelseyvilto
and ' Lakeport. WM. SPIERS. Proprietor.
EsuRnm XfifK "H ¦f^^^HS
WbbHf Csdl $1:00 jerYear