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San Francisco call (Newspaper) - June 18, 1898, San Francisco, California14 tie san Francisco Call saturday june 18, 1898. Lawyers use heated words in argument Minnesota volunteers mrs. Gordon accused of blackmailing. Counsel also attacked contestant alleged to have no valid claim. Her attorneys however state that she will establish her Case without difficulty. The atmosphere surrounding the contest of Clara Augusta Gordon for a share of Tho riches left by John e. Wilson an Oakland capitalist is getting extremely tropical and Tho Bailiff in judge Troutt s court where a motion in the ease was argued yesterday and the Day before sex cots that before the trial is ended he will have the pleasure of separating combating lawyers. The argument was on a motion to dismiss tie petition of Clara Augusta Gordon which asks for the revocation of the order made Over a year ago admitting the last will of the deceased capitalist to probate. Mrs. Gordon Oil behalf of her children who she claims Are those of John e. Wilson seeks to break the will. She says do eased often acknowledged that he was their father and provided for them until influences were brought to Bear upon him not Long before his death causing him to neglect them in his will. She was married to Wilson by a Justice of the peace under the name of Gordon she also alleges. When she was of the opinion that he was a single Man but later found that such was not the fact. She also avers that Wilson acknowledged the children before attorney m. T Hapman of Oakland. But in an affidavit filed yesterday he denies that such is a fact. Chapman in his affidavit Tes titled that he never knew Clara Augusta Gordon prior to an occasion when she visited him at his office to consult him regarding her claims against the w Ilson estate. He did not Send for her. But she stated that she had called at tiie request of Robert f. Simpson. She visited him prior to the death of Captain j Wilson but lie did not inform her As she 1 stated that Captain Wilson had called and made out a written acknowledgement 1 of the child and did not state that he i would Compromise the Case for her. Mrs. Gordon never told him that she was will i ing to have the Case compromised As alleged nor did she state to him that a for his Sake Quot referring to Captain Wilson a and the Sake of our children Quot that she preferred that the matter be settled without publicity. A Day or two following tins meeting mrs. Gordon again called i and informed him that Robert f. Simpson had sent her to his Chapman s office and that she wanted to know what kind of evidence would be needed to establish a a a a Gaii t tin estate of John e. Wilson it behalf of illegitimate children of c pain Wilson and herself. Lie told her that no claim could be asserted against the estate of Captain Wilson in behalf of such children unless Captain Wilson had made a written acknowledgement to the effect that the children were his own. It is averred by attorneys Thomas f. Garrity and t. J. Crowley that Wilson did acknowledge the paternity of the children before Chapman and that Chapman so stated in the presence of a number of witnesses. The attorneys representing mrs. Wilson also say that when the contest comes to trial they will have no difficulty in establishing their clients Case. They have affidavits in their Possession from mrs. Almira Creese an Anil drs. Mehrman and Smith who were present at the birth of two of mrs. Gordon s children. Mrs. Cheeseman testifies. Attorney Garrity St its. That the deceased capitalist was present at the birth of the children and while fondling them acknowledged their paternity. She further testified that Captain Wilson paid her for her services and it is said that the physicians also acknowledge receiving their fees from the same source. Additional affidavits it is thought will be ii eel with the court to Day but the whole Story will not be known to the world until the lips of half a Hundred witnesses Are unsealed at the trial in open court. He also branded a letter written by attorney Henry i. Kowalsky of counsel for mrs. Gordon to h. A. Melvin of Oakland. Who was interested in the estate blackmailing letter. The letter in question simply referred to the condition of mrs. Gordon and her children and urged that something be Dono in their behalf. Wright was persistent in his argument that wicked and criminal influences were Back of the action of the contestant but it was evident from yesterday s proceedings that the court did not Hoid the same View of the Case. All the morning colonel Kowalsky argued in behalf of his client putting Forth Points ept tin Drill 11 Graham accused of said to have taken a Large amount. A shortage of $200,000 Beaver Hill Coal company is the complainant. It asks that the court in rendering its judgment direct that the defendant be arrested. The red Cross Benefit to mechanics draws thousands Pavilion. Q mechanics Pavilion was crowded with patriotic soldiers and citizens last night the occasion being a o reception to the thirteenth Minnesota volunteers for the Benefit of the local red Cross society. 0 the volunteers were enthusiastically cheered from the moment they entered the Pavilion until the sex 0 Elution of the last order. The concluding number of the programme was a review by general Merritt of o the United states army. O the minnesotans Are a Fine looking body of men and they showed that they have been Well drilled. The o setting up exercises Bayonet exercises and various physical exercises with arms showed that they have q much skill. The company Drill and guard mounting were loudly applauded and the following programme q was rendered q Entrance of thirteenth Minnesota volunteers u. S. A., in heavy marching order setting up exercises q company i. Lieutenant Byrnes commanding Bayonet exercise. Company a Captain Spear physical exercise o with arms company a Captain Metz company Drill company a Captain Mcwade guard mounting de of tac ments from All companies old officer of the Day. Captain Bjornstad new officer of the Day Captain o Masterman officer of the guard lieutenant c. A. Clark supernumerary lieutenant Mellinger review by a major general Merritt u. S. A. Q the receipts of the evening amounted to $627 at the door though a number of tickets were sold outside a and it is thought these will add considerably to the result. A the Pavilion was beautifully decorated the we Ork being done by f. E. Pratt from purely patriotic to 0 Tives. 0 the spectators dispersed shortly after 10 of clock feeling that they had beheld a splendid object lesson 0 of soldierly discipline and that their Money had been spent in Aid of a Noble and patriotic cause a claimed by the contestant and in proof of her claim she Points to the issuance of the citation to the proponents by judge Slack on Quot March 14 of last year. Attorney j. A. Wright for the proponents made a Long argument. He was emphatic in denouncing the claim brought by mrs. Gordon and said that it bore the a year Marks of a new Catholic Church. Archbishop Riordan will dedicate the Church of Corpus Christi sunday. The new Church of Corpus Christi under the care of the Salesman fathers will be dedicated to divine worship by his Grace the very Rev. Archbishop Riordan on sunday. June 19, at 10 a. His Grace will be met at the Corner of Croke and Mission streets by company of l. C., and thence escorted to the Church. A Large number of prominent clergy representing various orders and parishes will be present to participate in the sol i emn ceremonies. After the dedication his Grace will assist at mass and deliver an address. The mass will be Sung by the Superior of the franciscan order. The following choir greatly augmented for the occasion has under the direction g Forth Points of the organist. Miss Mary Rodgers Prein her favor except when he would Drift pared an especially interesting musical dastardly crime of an sex convict Paddy Shea charged with assault. Eliza g0decke his victim choked and beaten because she raised an outcry. Away in order to thrust sarcastic remarks i programme sopranos misses Mae Reil at Wright opposing counsel. When at 1 Jav it Lulu Curtaz r. Oliva and l. Vlad Torney Kowalsky had concluded has a Tenor George Oliva contralto Gurment on behalf of his client and was about to address the court on the letter referred to by opposing counsel As a blackmailing letter he was interrupted by judge Troutt who said i have carefully examined the record or. Kowalsky. And have considered the letter written by you in this matter and it is my opinion that you have done nothing wrong. It is my opinion that the letter is a proper one and that counsel was not justified in the interpretation which he attempted to give it. Or. Kowalsky bowed his appreciation of the View the court took of the matter j and took his seat. He was followed in the argument by attorney t. J. Crowley who hotly denounced the a methods employed by posing counsel in an attempt to prejudice the Case of mrs. he said that the Only Stock in Trade in a lawyers Possession with which he could make his living was his Honor and that whoever accused him of blackmail told a deliberate falsehood and that a deliberate falsehood was a lie. He Hall not been accused of blackmail he continued but associate counsel and his client had and he took it misses k. Daneri and m. Of Sullivan Bassos messes. H. Swords Edward Loughery and Joseph Broyer. At 4 p. There will be vespers and Benediction and a Sermon by one of the Jesuit fathers. The morning choir will assist and mrs. Drobaz Mcglade will sing the a to referee Phil Wand. The olympic athlete will enter the ring with Mckeever and Mcconnell. The managers for pugilist Mcconnell and Mckeever met Groom and Gibbs of the National athletic club last evening and quite a lengthy discussion resulted Over the Choice of a referee for tuesday evening s boxing contest at Woodward s Pavilion. Phil Wand of the olympic club was finally selected and among sports it is considered that a better Man for the office it would be hard to find upon himself to 1 a it hotting favors and rorce.1. So accused by inference. He did not wish her assailant taken by Surprise at his mothers ranch in san Mateo county and arrested. To use the direct words he would like in order to vent ills opinion of opposing counsel s conduct but if that gentleman would meet him outside the court room lie would do so in a manner not soon to be forgotten. The Challenge was not accepted and the Bailiff was not called upon to Stop a Battle of fists in the corridors. The Case will be submitted to Day and in event the court refuses to Grant the motion now before it the Case proper will be tried in the near future. It is alleged by Wilson s he a that the contestant has no valid claim and that the filing of the contest was barred by the statute of limitations and that other irregularities exist. This however is Dis advertisements. Quot Paddy Shea an sex convict and All around Crook is again in trouble. This time he is charged with criminal assault on Eliza Godecke aged 19 years who lives with her Mother at 47 Homer Street. Last thursday afternoon Shea jumped Over the rear Fence of the Godecke residence and entering the Kitchen found his helpless victim engaged in washing dishes. Seizing her Arm he attempted to drag her into an adjoining room. Her screams attracted the attention of her Mother who rushed to her assistance. As she entered the Kitchen she was met by Shea off to threatened to kill her if she interfered. He then dragged the unfortunate girl into the adjoining room and executed his cowardly purpose. Yesterday morning shears victim accompanied by her Mother visited police Headquarters and wore out a warrant for his arrest charging him with criminal assault. Policemen o Connor and j. F. Murphy who Are acquainted with Shea were Given the warrant to serve. They first visited his Home but not finding him there concluded that he was in hiding. By dint of inquiry they Learned that he had there is Tariff. Cured by Cuti Cura i was suffering tortures from a diseased soap. I was scratching my head from morning till night. Little pimples broke out All Over inv head. I Lead no rest. I washed my head with hot water and a Cicura soap Ana applied Cim Cuba As a dressing. Now my head Hasni to a pimple on it and my hair is growing splendidly. Ada. Harwell 830 grand St., Jersey City n. J. I thought i would go frantic with itching Scalp hot Unora. I lost considerable of my hair of which i had an abundance. I tried several remedies they failed. I tried Cut Cuba soap Relief a Immediato itching completely gone. Mrs. Judan 246 Halil Day St., Jersey City. A a Ruhr a Rhone the world. Pottok d. A o. Cow. Sola to a a a ton. How to produce luxuriant hair summer girl. Town talk is out this week with another special devoted to the summer girl and illustrated by types of Beautiful californians miss Hager miss Gladys Merrill. Mrs. John Charles Adams miss Minnie Dyer and miss Susie be count. The Saunto Erer talks of this seasons summer a a a. Sir with Iii it Rich in Ter sties and there gone t0 san Mateo where his Mother has is same a ranch captivating subject. Poll Cal avg Blu i Folh hey to i a a she Mulin a news ties Are disc used and in our i i on paper stealthily approaching him they Able dissertation upon the a Grabbe j Jim before he knew of their presence. He was then handcuffed and brought to this City. Last night he was positively identified by the girl As the Man who had assaulted her. The prisoner belongs to the notorious Shea family which has Given the police an endless amount of trouble. A a Paddy was first arrested february 11. 18s1, for Petty larceny and on a conviction was sent to the House of correction for six months. Shortly after being discharged he induced an old Man named Barnev Carter to accompany him to the Dumns at the foot of sixth Street where he knocked him Down and robbed him of $45. He was arrested by detectives Dillon and Crockett a Short time after the robbery and formally charged with the crime. On september 17, 1881 he was convicted by a jury in the Superior court and sentenced to twelve years in Folsom. He was discharged on May 19, 1889, and shortly afterwards was arrested for Petty larceny. On a conviction he was sentenced to three months in the county jail. In 1892 he was again arrested for robbery and sent to san Quentin for four years. Shears brother some years ago was shot and killed by a policeman while resisting arrest. Waiting for Armor plates. Work on the Wisconsin at the Union Iron works is almost at a standstill in consequence of the non arrival of the much Des Rcd steel Armor plates. The result of this was that about sixty men were Laid Oft on last saturday night not that there was nothing for them to do. But rather that the material that should have been in the Yards six months ago has not started from the East yet a it a a until its arrival the work on Tho next battleship will have to Stop. In the divorce courts. The marriage of Janet a. Parisen to George Parisen was annulled on technical grounds by judge Hebbard yesterday. Alma Donnadieu was granted a divorce from Henry Donnadieu on the ground of wilful neglect. Mary m. Burnett was granted a divorce from her husband Aima Tinl Burnett on the ground of desertion. The application of Esther t. Poulin for a divorce from Larry p. Poulin on the ground of cruelty was granted by judge Hebbard. The Railroad Case. The Railroad Case dragged along before United states commissioner Heacock yesterday the subject being the number and numbers of Box cars owned by the Southern Pacific company. The numerical recital will be resumed of monday at 10 o clock Gladstone the Man of the Century by Walter Besant in next sundays Call. Theatrical employees picnic. The theatrical employ yes Union no. 16, comprising the Quot men behind the scenes Quot of san Francisco and Oakland will hold their third annual Outing at the Germania gardens to Morrow sunday afternoon. There will be dancing and outdoor games and sports of All kinds for valuable prizes and the customary Good time usually had by the theatrical people is expected. Escaped states prison. S. Stencel allowed to plead to a Misdemeanour after conviction of a felony. S. Stencel who suffered conviction last thursday on a charge of felonious by obtaining goods under false pretences will not go to the Penitentiary for his offence and All owing to the fact that the firm of Murphy Crant amp co., which he swindled did not wish to see his wife and babies suffer through his wrongdoings. Stencel who conducted a Little store at 42 third Street made a false statement to Murphy Grant amp co. Of his financial condition not Long ago and thereby obtained unlimited credit. It was but a Short time after he obtained a Large Bill of goods that he became a bankrupt and filed a petition in insolvency. He was arrested at the instance of Murphy Grant amp co. And vigorously prosecuted with the result that he was convicted of the felony with which he was charged. Yesterday morning when Stencel appeared for sentence a motion for a new trial was made by his counsel and Henry Ach. Special prosecuting attorney for Murphy Grant amp co., consented. He stated that sufficient punishment had been inflicted upon the prisoner in his conviction alone and he did not wish to oppose the motion. At the end of the argument of counsel Stencel was allowed to plead guilty to a charge of obtaining goods under false pretences under the value of $10. The charge to which Stencel pleaded guilty is a Misdemeanour and in All probability he will Only suffer a few Days imprisonment instead of years As would have been the Case had the original conviction been allowed to stand against him. The prisoner waived time As to the passing or sentence but judge Cook was not ready to proceed. And admitted him to bail in the sum of $20. Stencel was ordered to appear in court monday when sentence will be passed. The the passengers on Board the Belg a on its last trip from China to this port passed away the time by getting out a newspaper which they named the Sayon Ara and which contained interesting stories by the passengers. Or. P. Kindleberger j. Evans and colonel loud who were participants in the Battle of Manila Bay penned vivid descriptions of Dewey s great Victory. Poetry and Clever stories were contributed and All in All the paper proved an attractive one. James l. Flood the Well known millionaire was on Board and assumed the position of proprietor publisher. He was assisted by the following editors mrs. Denby mrs. A. G. Dickenson mrs. S. S. Robison miss m. Clark colonel a. G. Dickenson Ralph Phelps jr., e. J. Bates and w. R. Sewell. People who like Bright Sharp and timely Reading local hits and caustic comments on prominent characters will find them All in to Days news letter. Able editorials society happenings biting ridicule of men and things we know interesting stories. New York gossip dramatic criticisms and Crisp treatment of general topics make to Day s paper of exceptional interest. Quaint and original illustrations give Point to Many subjects and add to the attractions of this number. Ten cents at All news stands. Arrested at worship. Harris Becker has sued Daniel Eisner and Jule c. Gamage to recover $10.000 damages for false imprisonment. The plaintiff alleges that on october 6. 1897, while the defendant was in a place of worship at 943 Mission Street the defendants entered and took him away on a charge of obtaining Money under false pretences. The charge was dismissed in the police court and the suit for damages is the sequel. Retained the rents. Mrs. Louise Abrams. 1716 Pacific Avenue swore to a complaint in judge Conland a court yesterday for the arrest of William Healy a real estate agent on the charge of embezzlement. Mrs. Abrams alleges that Healy collected $37 50 rents for her and now she cannot find him. An interesting sequel to a suit filed a few Days ago by j. D. Spreckels Bros. Amp co. Against r. A. Graham late manager of the Beaver Hill Coal company developed yesterday when a second action was brought against Graham by the corporation he represented. In the suit filed by j. D. Spreckels Bros. Amp co. The plaintiff seeks to recover $523,162 52 on a promissory note dated november 1, 1897, issued by Graham and secured by 10,001 shares of the capital Stock of the Coos Bay Roseburg and Eastern Railroad and navigation company 620 Bonds of various denominations of that corporation and Many lots in the Railroad addition to Marshfield or. The suit is purely of a civil nature but has a bearing on the action instigated yesterday by the Beaver Hill Coal company which directly charges the defendant with embezzlement and after reciting its prayer asking for judgment in the sum of $200,000 with interest it asks that the judgment declare that the amount was embezzled fraudulently misappropriated and converted by the defendant to his own use while the general manager and agent of the plaintiff and that the judgment further direct that the defendant be arrested and that execution Issue against his person. It is asserted in the complaint that Graham became the company a agent at Marshfield or., in May 1895, which position of Trust he held until december 15, 1897. He conducted the business of the corporation at that City and among his duties it was required of him to obtain from j. D. Spreckels Bros. Amp co. Each month sufficient funds to carry on the business and development work of the Coal company under an arrangement entered into Between the two corporations. Through requisitions u is alleged Graham Drew from j. D. Spreckels Bros. Amp co. Up to last March $457,029 20, and through other sources received Money aggregating about $100,000. In december when Grahame connections with the Coal company were severed he was ordered to turn Over the property and Money in his charge but contrary to expectations he Only surrendered $1486 14. The books of the corporation he kept until january 22 last when he turned them Over to the company s agents. They showed that All the Money received had been expended excepting the sum he gave up when he ceased to be the corporation s agent. These books however the complaint filed yesterday alleges do not truthfully state the transactions of the plaintiff s business that they have been tampered with that Graham has appropriated to his own use moneys to the amount of $200,000 and has wilfully falsified the accounts to cover up his speculations. In support of these allegations Many entries on the books Are quoted As sums purporting to have been paid out by Graham in conducting the company s business but which entries Are known to be fraudulent. One of the largest entries claimed to be false is one for $30,000. It was made on the books october 31, 1897. And credited Graham with that amount for logs sold by him to the plaintiff. False entries for labor and material it is averred have also been discovered by the experts of the company retained to investigate the books turned Over by Graham and it is alleged that he is responsible for them All and in consequence has become criminally the creditor of the Beaver Hill Coal company in the sum stated $200,000. Will meet in convention. Anti civil service league agrees on june 29 As the Day for holding their session. Twenty members of the anti civil service league met in committee in b Nai d Rith Hall last evening and definitely decided to hold a convention on Stine 29. After passing the following Resolution it was agreed that the committee meet on tuesday and Friday evenings until the Day of the convention resolved. That we suggest to the state convention of this league the appointment of a standing committee to prepare and present to the Congress of the United states on behalf of the state league in California a Bill repealing the so called civil service Law and abolishing life tenure in Public office and that the convention declare that the league will expect the support of the congressional candidates and members of the state legislature in its efforts to secure the repeal of said Law. Mrs. Addie l. Ballou was added to the executive committee and Headquarters were established in p. B. Gallagher s office in the columbian building. The Fol i lowing Call was issued the anti civil service league after due a consideration hereby issues this Call for a state convention to Complete the organization a of a state league for California and take Steps j to affiliate with the National anti civil service league to elect state officers and a state i executive committee adopt a Constitution and j by Laws outline a plan of action during the i coming political Campaign receive reports of District and county organizers and present state officers and to transact such other and further business As May be brought before it. The convention will be composed of delegates and representatives appointed by All anti civil Pervice leagues and clubs throughout California. And All clubs of political parties opposed to the so called civil service Dogma and of the officers of such organizations also All persons opposed to life tenure in Public office. No limit shall be placed on the number who desire to participate and co operate in the work of the convention and the league and no assessment shall be levied on the members and delegates the convention is called to meet in pan Francisco on wednesday june 29, 1998, at an hour and place of meeting to be announced two Days previously. Ltd sues for a permit. Case of the Mutual electric Light company against the super whether or not the Board of supervisors illegally refused the Mutual electric Light company permission to erect poles for hanging lights outside certain limits will be decided in a few Days by judge Seawell. Some time ago the plaintiff corporation applied to the City fathers for permission to erect the poles but it was refused. The corporation did not ask for a franchise simply a permit and was at a loss to understand the refusal of its request. Mandamus proceedings were commenced in consequence to compel the Board to Issue the permit. The ease was argued yesterday before judge Seawell and submitted for the consideration of the court. Attractions for to Day. Novelties in gloves. Special items in Flowers and millinery. Dallas Muslin 6c Yard. Show of trunks grips hammocks. Grand concert 2 to 5 p. Store closes 6 p. Program part i. 1. March a be. A. 2. Gavotte Quot fairest Maiden Quot Zibulka 3. Overture a a Raymond Thomas 4. Waltz a girl s songs Jungman 5. Selection a Robin Hood de Koven introducing the popular melodies of this opera. 8. Two popular songs of to Day a a a he a a Porter on the Empire state Quot Merritt b a a Mammy a Little pumpkin coloured Coons a Witt. Part ii. 7. Trombone Solo a the holy City Quot. Adams soloist or. L. Klotz. 8. Waitz a on the Beautiful Rhine. Kela Bela 9. Quot sounds from the Mississippi Quot. Steinmark a negro shuffle 10. Selection. A Mikado Quot Sullivan 11. A Rainbow dance Quot Rodey a Beautiful composition by the composer of a honeymoon 12. March a Bonny Brier Bush Ellis introducing a Annie a the Star spangled Glove depot. Aisle no. I. Misses 2-clasp embroidered Back kid gloves colors red Blue Green Tan and Brown sizes 4 to 6\, warranted and fitted $1.00 ladies 2-clasp embroidered Back pique walking Glove in red Blue Tan Brown Mode Royal slate Pearl Champagne White and Black.$1.00 ladies 2-clasp embroidered Back overseas kid gloves in red Navy Tan Brown suede Royal slate Pearl Champagne White and Black sizes 51 to 1\, warranted and fitted to the hand. .$1.00 the Jouvin kid Glove 3-clasp or 4-Button #$1.50 millinery depot. Aisle no. 4. Special display of new creations in trimmed hats american Beauty roses rosebuds and leaves15c Bunch Sweet peas of six sprays each10c Bunch Fine leghorn Flats for ladies or children s Sun hats25c fourteen assistants in our millinery workroom to make up headgear any Way your fancy May dictate charges most moderate. Domestic depot Dallas Muslin bleached Fine Quality. ,6c Yard cloak depot. Aisle no. 3, feat. 300 ladies shirt waists in fancy designs and Good Calico standing collars sizes 32 to 42. See window display39c 1 better Corrade laundered collars and cuffs.50c ladies separate skirts in mixtures of Green Blue and Brown lined with Mercaline and bound with velvet.$1.79 ladies Black figured Alpaca skirts All lengths. .$2.00 on thursday evening last at the Columbia theater the orchestra played a a Hail and a Sailor in full United states naval attire reverently stood up and bared his head. He fully realized the depth of pathos in that sout stirrer Fig hymn. He stood alone in that theater. Hale s stand alone in the dry goods business. A san Francisco a most progressive dry goods 937-939-94 -043-945-947 Market Street. Wanted for betrayal. Sybil Murphy. 911 Valencia Street swore to a complaint in judge Low s court yesterday for the arrest of Edward j. Chase a pugilist on the charge of betrayal under Promise of marriage. He refuses to marry her. Castoria for infants and children. The so Limilo augutus special trip Dawson. Nev stanch Steamer Brunswick sailing june 30,1898, making direct communication at St. Michael with our elegant River Steamer Leon. Only a limited number of passengers taken. Also sailing of the steamship Leelanau july 25, 1898. Apply at once to the Alaska exploration co., Liebes building 139 Post Street san Francisco Cal. The weekly Call. It publishes the Cream of Ihu news of the week and Many attractive and original features. It la the Best weekly paper on the Pacific coast \ the Best \ telegraphic service on the coast / / mining news that is accurate amp up to Dato not a line of it sensational or fake and not a line of it dry or uninteresting. The Steamer Humboldt will be dispatched for St. Michaels and Alt Points on the Yukon River and connecting at St. Michaels for Kotzebue sound monday june 20th, at 4 p. M., from the Washington Street wharf the Humboldt will positively sail at the Tim about Gentian de. Steamer Quot Humboldt Quot Johnson Locke mercantile company freight and pass Cafier agents. 609 Market Street. Bright clean thoughtful. A Champion of truth. A California newspaper All the time. It advocates Home industries sent by mail $1.3� a year. Br01ts injection. A permanent cure of the most obstinate Casca of gonorrhoea and Gleet guaranteed in from 3 to 6 Days no other treatment required. Sold by All druggists. Or. Mcnulty. This Well known and reliable Omi i. Specialist cures ,blood mid skin discuss of men Only Many v Power restored. Over 20 yen re experience. Send for Book free. Patients cured at Home. Terms reasonable. Hours. 9 to Dail �?T6 30 to8.30esr�?Tgn. , �0 to 12. On Nulta to free and Sac redly confidential. Coil or address p. Hoscoe inca Vitt u. I. ®03� Kearny Street. Sam Cra Eimm. 1 sleds boats Etc. A have you sore Throat pimples Copper i coloured spots aches old sores ulcers in Mouth hair falling write Cook Kem Jedy co., 2ia masonic Temple Chi-1 s Cago ill., for proofs of cures. Capital i . Worst cases cured in 15 to 35 Days. Ii00-Page Book free. New Western hotel earn v and Washington Deled and renovated. King Ward amp cd. European plan. Quot a a a a Arctic sleds Arctic dogs. Youkon boats Pilot n ape to the Klondike Ala at. Outfits a team launches and Stern wheel steamers with go. European plan. Rooms 60c to $1 �o0 Day Quot boilers suitable to bum Wood �0 boats can is i 8 to to week 48 to $30 month. Free Baths hoi seen at Saleroom. G. W. Kne fib 7x8 third a and old water every room Fira rates in aver it a Phons bed 2kl room Eley Ger runs ��1 sight a

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