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CITY REAL ESTATE.
H.UMBSEN & CO.,
„
REAL ESTATE AGENTS, RENT COLLECTORS
AND AUCTIONEERS.
14 Montgomery st., near Market, San Francisco.
Call and obtain one of our "Real Estate Records,"
which contains a list of properties for sale in all
parts of the city.
IMPROVED PROPERTY.
CM Q A NEARLY NEW SUBSTANTIAL
iO«JV. bay-window house of 7 rooms and
bath: brick foundation, etc.; Fulton St.; nice
location. ___
(HMfkfin CHEAP; 2 FLATS OF 5 AND 4
rVIUwIJ. rooms and bath each; bay-window;
brick foundation: stone walks, etc.: rent $30; lot
' 80x114; Elizabeth st,
ft IOTK BARGAIN: WESTERN ADDITION
MO I 0. residence; sunny line of O'Farrell st,:
2-story house of 7 rooms and bath, etc.; lot fronts
on two streets. >
<»7AAA FILLMORE ST. INVESTMENT;
<j) I UUU. store, flat and 2 cottages; rent $44 50,
lot 48x81:6.
C»PI KA California st.: 2 fine bay-
OOIOU. window flats of 7 and Grooms and
• bath each: brick foundation; all modern linpro\ e-
tnents and conveniences; lot 25x137 :0.
52400. TELEGRAPH HILL; OBKEN-
•r-IUU. wich St., 2-story brick building of 7
rooms, etc, and lot fronting on 2 streets.
Cl»9f'nA A SNAP: RENT $30: 2 SUB-
O— OUU. stantial flats on sunny line of Glover
St.; street accepted ; near Broadway and Jones st.
©Q'AA A GRAND BARGAIN: RENT $85
&UOUO. per month: Western Addition invest-
ment : 2 good and substantial two-story and base-
ment houses of 9 rooms and bath each; bay-win-
dow brick foundation: all modern improvements
and conveniences and lot 43:6x100; $5000 can
remain at 6Vij per cent if desired.
■V"O RE ASONABLE OFFER REFUSED: MUST
-i> be sold on account of foreclosure of mortgage;
3 substantial bay-window flats on 21st street, near
Valencia street: brick foundation; stone walks;
■ ■all modern improvements and conveniences; lot
25x114; rent $65 per month.
QQnnn willisell OR TRADE, n for
<SOUUU. small ranch near the city: 2 sub-
stantial fiats of 4 and 5 rooms and bath: rent $27
per month: lot 25x125; Western Addition; well
located.
G. H. UMBSEN & CO., 14 Montgomery st.
O' FABB^AL ESTATE BROKERS, .
11 MONTGOMERY ST.
* HOME FOR $1000— A beautiful mod-
A. em Eastlake cottage of 5 rooms and bath can
be built on our Mission road lots at a cost of $675,
and you can buy from us the lot at $325 and make
your terms very easy. Take the Mission-street
electric-cars and ride to the terminus, which is
China aye., or Francis St. You will there find the i
beautiful block and our representative, Mr. Turner, !
who will gladly eive you any further information
that you wish. Lots are 25x100 and range in price
from $325 to $525, and only 28 minutes' ride from
the City Hall.
FLATS — BEAUTIFUL MODERN BAY-
window flats of 6 and 7 rooms and bath each;
on the sunny sideof Pierce st-: lots 25x106:3; price
asked $6750; income $680 a year.
"piNE-ST. FLATS— 2 MODERN BAY-WINDOW
X flats of 5 and 6 rooms and bath each; lot 26x
13 7:6: price $6000; income $570 a year.
OAK-ST. FLATS— BAY-WINDOW FLATS OF
5 and 6 rooms and bath, each; lot 25x87:6;
$7800; Income $660 a year.
i RESIDENCE AT A SACRIFICE— A BEAU-
-A. tiful modern Eastlake residence of 10 rooms
and bath on Oak st.: lot 25x137:6; price $6750;
must be sold to satisfy a mortgage.
O'FARRELL * CO.,
Real Estate Brokers,
11 Montgomery st.
ftQOX 33x100: S. LINE BEMIS ST.. 146
%£O~tJ. feet W. of Mateo; block 5, Fairmount
Tract.
$250—50x125: S. line Montana St.. 305 feet W.
. of Capitol; block R, Railroad Homestead Associa-
tion.
$450— 85x106:3: W. side Louisburg St., 88 feet
N. of Mount Vernon aye.; San Miguel Homestead
Association.
$90—25x100; W. side Munich St., 125 feet S. of
Russia aye. ; block 80, Excelsior Homestead Asso-
c iation.
- $950—200x240; 8. half ot block 89, University
Homestead Association.
$160—157:6x100: lot in block 196, Abbey Home-
stead-Association. San Mateo County. CHAS. C
FISHER, 607 California st.
QQ9~ GIFT MAP NO. 4: NE. COR. CHAN-
•_V)— *J- nel of Islais Creek and Schneider St.,
NE. 34 feet, east 200 feet, SE. 40 feet, south 125
feet to Islais channel, west 280 feet to beginning.
CHAS. C. FISHER, 507 California st.
» OCA 25x70: W. SIDE GATES ST.. NEAR
ff OOU. Jefferson, Gift Map No. 2. CHAS. C.
FISHER, 507 California
© I inn MINNA ST., east OF 6TH— 2-
-tJ'T'xv/U. story, 2 flats of 5 and 6 rooms; rents
$38-. rood condition and cheap.
$3300— Laguna st., south of Pine; lot 22:6x80;
street accepted; stone sidewalk; good location and
cheap; lot reedy to build.
$6000— Fillmore St., near Page; large lot, 44x100;
6 line flats 'Or 2 fine houses could be built on this
lot : new electric-car line passes lot.
$3250— Harrison St.. near 12th: lot 25x80: store
and rooms in rear: also flat of 5 rooms upstairs:
bay-windows; always rented; good buy.
$3250— Pine St., east of Central aye.; 31x87:6.
$1250— LaKe »t., between 2d and 4th ayes.; lots
25x100 and corners: terms to suit buyers.
ROBERT J. MERCER & SON., 410 Plnest.
T OUIS SCHLOSS.
Jj
Booms 24 and 25, Crocker Building, 8. F.
REAL ESTATE!
REAL ESTATE!
REAL ESTATE!
TF YOU HAVE MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL
X estate I can place it for you; everybody wants
money.
Qnnn AN ELEGANT HOME. IN A GOOD
«3)OUUU. location:' house of 9 rooms; all mod-
ern; don't fall to see it if you want a home.
Gil 9 p:aa corner BUSINESS PROP-
Ol — .t/uU. erty: former tenant got rich; it is
the right place for the right man.
ON THURSDAY I WILL OFFER SOME LOTS
\J cheap on easy terms; don't buy till then.
© A (\(\ MISSION LOTS ON THE INSTALL-
«3pttUI/. mentplan.
& Finn MISSION LOTS ON THE INSTALL-
tJpUUU. mentplan,
LOUIS SCHLOSS,
Booms 24 and 25, Crocker Building, S F.
OR SALE. OR WILL EXCHANGE FOR SAN
Francisco or Oakland property, in one of the
healthiest and most promising towns in the State,
not far from city, 2-story building, stores below, 20
rooms above divided into flats suitable for hotel or
lodginst-rooms: partially rented at present: a com-
ing piece of property: price $6000. For terms and
particulars address V. G. H.. 437 Larkin St.. 8. F.
QTOCKTON CITY LOTS FROM $125 EACH
0 upward; ea*y payments: 6 minutes from Court-
house on electric car line; call for maps. C. F.
MOORE, 935 Market St.. room 4.
BARGAIN-HOUSE OF 4 ROOMS WITH TWO
business corners; no agents. Apply Albany
Brewery. 71 and 75 Everett St., nr. Fourth.
BRICK BUILDING FOR BUSINESS PROP-
erty on Market st. ; rent $7200 a year.
- Corner Pacific aye. and Baker st., 66x137:6 ft.;
price, $11,000.
E. side Stany&n st,, bet. Carl and Frederick sts.;
25x100; price $2600.
.50x1 27 :6 ft. on Jackson St., overlooking the Pre-
sidio and bay; $6700.
Two modern houses, of 8 rooms each, at Park,
26x137:6 ft.: electric road passes houses: price
reduced from $6500 to $6000; make offer.
2-story brick bouse of 9 rooms, with stable, in
Booth Park; lot 45x125 ft.; price $7500.
Lot on Duncan st., bet. Noe and Castro; 26x114
feet; price $400.
Cottage house, 1367 Dolores St.: 6 rooms and
bath, basement; on each Bide of Dolores St.; 25x9c
fwt.
Apply to C. C. BEMIS, Real . Estate and Lane
Agent. 324 Montgomery street.
"IJUILDERS, LOOK AT THIR-5 LOTS (1 A
■iJ corner) $550 to $900 each : electric track laid;
street work done; Army gt.. nr. Cogswell College.
J. F. PLUMBE, Ag«nt, 1402 Valencia st.
ffl» TTTaa LOT 62:6x136 FEET; SPLENDID
1 "Ul/. location; forced sale; a snap. •
■ $3200— 10- room house; new; near station; street
work doDe; worth more.
Many other houses and lots for sale in Berkeley.
'Has. A. BAILEY, 46 Market st., or Berkeley
station. . .
ffl* 1 O?\a SMALL HOUSE, LOT AND FURNI-
<fj iOVU, tare. 12th aye., nr. park, south side.
CHEAPEST AND BEST IN AMERICA— THE
WEEKLY CALL, sent to any address in the
United States or Canada on* year for $1 50, post-
ace free. •
. STORAGE V —
Wi UROsTrmcT M A B KKT I?TRE£T-
Get our rales for storage of furniture, pianos,
trunks and all kinds of household goods ; separate
locked rooms, dust and vermin proof, at low rates.
Telephone south 762. . .
STORAGE; FURNITURE, PIANOS, MDBE;
CJ advances. LIEBE3 S. W. CO., 906 Market, r. 4.
FURNITURE, PIANOS AND OTHER MER-
chaiidisa received on storage; money advanced
on consignments; fire-proof building. 410 Post at.,
TOR AGE OF FURNITURE, PIANOS, HOUSE-
boId gooda, etc. J. M. PIKRCE; 735 Market st.
f^JUj-ST-OLASS STORAGE : ADVANCES M A l>K
431-423 Market ot. , CHAS. L. TA YLOB.
COUNTRY KEAL ESTATE.
rThTriT~AND CmFKE^nRXNcTI^FOR'
rent ; $12 month ; city of Stockton; 5 minutes'
walk from depot: house 4 rooms and kitchen;. 3
acres orchard in full bearing; 400 cherry, apricot,
peach, plum and almond trees; about 2000 vines:
fruit pav-s more than rent; 300 chickens and milch
cow for sale,. sloo. Apply from 2 afternoon,
Europe Hotel, 814 Montgomery street. .S. E.
THUILI.IKR. . : -■' ■•■:--••-•■
"REDUCED FROM $5000 TO $4250. TO MAKE
XX prompt sale; 8 acres; house of 10 rooms and
bath; all modern conveniences: furniture, piano,
carriage, poultry; 20 varieties of fruit. -
, $200 per acre— lo acres line fruit land; 3,4 mile
out; in whole or part; easy terms.
PROUZE & BRADFORD, Hay wards, CM.
QQAAfi LOT > 240x135, IN BERKELE Y ;
<JpOyVJU. nice cottage, 5 rooms, barn, chicken-
houses, etc.: 9 cows, established milk route, horse,
wagon, chickens, etc.; this place clears over $100
monthly: owner sells account sickness. CHAS. A. ,
BAILEY, 46 Market St., San Francisco, or Berke-
ley station. ■
WILL EXCHANGE GOOD INCOME-PRODUC-
" Ing ranch. in Tehama County for bay property;
small Encumbrance; will assume same. - Address
.1. D. C. box 122, Call Office, or call at cigar-store,
24 Third st. _
Ci 1 7. v HOME; 5 ROOMS; 4 H\RGE""LOTS
J (over half acre) ; fine place for chickens. WM.
LAMBERT, Milbrae, San Mateo County.
QJFARRELL & CO. ~~ :
DAVID BUSH, COUNTRY DEPARTMENT
11 MONTGOMERY ST.
We desire to call the attention of intending buy-
ers of country lands to some bargains in improved
income-producing -orchard, vineyard, grain and
stock farms (many of which are bank fore-
closures), that we have In Alameda, Contra Cosia,
Napa, Sonoma, Solano, San Mateo and Santa Clara
counties, in the middle and northern counties
and In the San Joaquln Valley. We would also call
the attention of buyers to the fact that our Mr.
Bush having had forty years' knowledge and expe-
rience of the value of lands for orchard and vine-
yard purposes, and being the owner of an income-
producing orchard and vineyard for many years,
can intelligently direct intending buyers to the
best lands and bargains in the State
"I 7 ACRES: LOVELY LITTLE HOME; FOUR
X I acres fruit of all kinds in bearing; house of 9
rooms; nice outbuildings; windmill and tank;
lovely old oaks and flowers: a sightly, pretty place
at a snap, $2500; half mile from town. D. H.
TWING, Sonoma City.
"17 OR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR IMPROVED
X I city property— A small farm set out in Al fruit-
trees; nearHealdsburg. Address 3o22 Buchanans:.
TTNINCUMBERED, E NIMPBOVEB LAND IN
U Tehama and Tulnre counties, near railroad, to
trade for City, Oakland or Alameda , improved
property. Apply C. S. CAPP & CO., Real Estate
Agents. House Brokers and Rent Collectors, 413
Montgomery st.
TTIOR SALE — CHICKEN RANCH, WITH
-T about 1000 chickens, and ail other personal prop-
erty. Inquire of M. McNALLY, Oriental Feed
Store, Petaluma.
T OUIS SCHLOSS.
Rooms 24 and 25, Crocker building.
•The best and cheapest stock ranch in the State
for sale on easy terms: plenty of water and feed
the year round: 'Bo miles from San Francisco and
only 5 miles from railroad. If you mean business,
call at once and get all particulars.
LOUIS SOU LOSS.
Rooms 24 and 25, Crocker building,
San Francisco.
THIS WILL INTEREST YOU.
Our colony is now established; already 25
families have decided to make their homes with
us. We are determined ■to develop a community
of homes that will be self-sustaining, attractive,
pleasant and profitable. We own this tract of
land, in fact it has been our home for over 30
years, and we know from experience that the soil
is well adapted to the successful growth of every
variety of fruit, grain and vegetables that are
grown in the State of California.
We have now 1000 acres in alfalfa, from which
we cut three and four crops per annum, and that,
too, without irrigation. We' claim that we can
offer more to the man . who really wants a home
than has ever yet been offered or. that is likely
ever to be offered again. The man who provides a
home that is self-sustaining, attractive, pleasant
and profitable for his family enjoys a sens'* of in-
dependence and proprietorship that Is simply im-
possible in any other business and is especially
impossible for the man who works on a salary and
is subject to the fluctuations of business or the
whim of his employer. We ask your investigation
of our offer.
Address New England Colony of California.
Room 10. Mills building.
ARIN COUNTY— SOOO ACRES 26 MILES
from San Francisco. *
RANCHO DE NOVATO.
Tracts of any size desired; fruit, grain and vege-
table land; no irrigation: both rail and water
transportation; $40 to $75 per acre; easy terms,
town of Novato; graded school, hotels and stores
on the property ; send for circular.
Dairy for sale with or without cows.
SYNDICATE INVESTMENT COMPANY, 64
and 65. Chronicle building.
Ii YOU WANT A RANCH FOR GRAZING
purposes or an orchard already improved, where
only small cash outlay is required, balance payable
in 6 or 7 years, apply 326 Montgomery at.. S. P.
MONEY TO LOAN.
~\ PRIVATE ENTRANCEIN REABTFRbM
-M- O'Farrell street; private rooms for ladies and
gents; discreet gentlemanly attendants: at UNCLE
HARRIS' Collateral Association, 15 Grant avenue.
V"O COMMISSION; COME TO THE LOANER
A> direct for money on your pianos and furniture
without removing. 418 Ellis St., room 22.
LOANS ON REAL ESTATE, IST AND 2ND
xj mortgages, furniture or pianos without re-
moval; lowest rates. BECKER, 240 Montgomery.
ONEY LOANED ON JEWELRY AND
other valuables at the Security Loan Office,
1106 Market st., Mason; private entrance 7 Turk.
On FURNITURE AND pianos, WITHOUT
removal. Km 68, Donohoe bldg, 1170 Market.
AX AMOUNT OF MONEY TO LOAN ON
watches, diamonds, sealskins, pianos, pictures,
. bronzes, clocks, real estate and all kinds of securi-
ties. Columbia Loan and Collateral Office, 9 Grant
aye., 3 doors from Market st.
STRICTLY PRIVATE LOAN OFFICES. 850
Market st., cor. Stockton, rooms 17 and 18, first
floor: established 30 years; always open. '-Uncle
Bill." . „ . , '".■'■i-'i-\'V-
US. LOAN OFFICE; 777 MARKET ST., Nit.
*-* • Fourth; money on everything; private rooms,
ladies.
ORROW MONEY ON YOUR DIAMONDS,
jewelry, furniture and pianos without removal:
lowest rates. Call or write to HARRY ANKEL &
CO., Mills bldg, 6th floor, r 6; strictly confidential.
A F.JOHNS CO., FINANCIAL AGENTS,
-Tl_. 63 Market st., room 9: money to loan in
amounts to suit on San Francisco and Oakland real
estate; country loans negotiated; bonds bought and
sold; Insurance on man'fg plant placed at low rales.
MONEY AT tiX; IST AND 2D MORTGAGES,
estates, pianos. MURPHY, 628 Market st.
ST AND 2ND MORTGAGES, LIFE INSUIV
X ance policies, bank books. GOULD, 633 MarKet.
ANY SECURITY, AT LOW RATES; DEAI7
ing confidential. 43 Crocker building.
MUNICIPAL LOAN OFFICE, CROCKER
building, room 67; telephone Main 6122.
ANY SUM" OF MONEY ADVANCED ON
your furniture, pianos or real estate; low rates:
call and state your proposition or write: ODea
evenings. J. NOONAN, 1021 Mission st. .
pHEAPEST AND BEST IX AMERICA-THE
\J WEEKLY CALL, sent to any address in the
United States or Canada one year for $1 50, post-
»ge free.
— ; COST. ■ "
T OST— GENT'S LOCKET WITS liADT*B PIC-
XJ ture. Return 320 Chestnut st., receive reward.
©"I A REWARD-LOST FROM ANDERSON'S
tjpXl/wHys. Hunters Point, white and brown
cedar skiff; 14 feet long; copper fastened; oak fin-
ished.
J OST— SUNBURST PIN*; DIAMOND BET-
JJ ting. $25 reward if returned to this office.
— — — PHYSICIANS. ~
pKKUMATISM, NKlTiAl^lTrTjMrr^SPE^
Xi/ clal attention to these diseases. J. A. McDON-
ALD, M.1)., 1236 Market st., 2 to 4, 7 to 8 P. it.
A lIOMK, A KKIKN D AND MOTHER'S CARE.
±\- MRS. DR. FUNKK. 1416 Eighth St., Alameda.
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS.
HOUSES built Fou^o^ATrooMrrpAß".
L ties contemplating building are invited to call
ana examine our plans. 1149 Mission st.
PROPOSALS. 7~
PROPOSALS FOR s( SboLFURX I TURfTaND
X platform scales— proposals will be re-
ceived by the Superintendent of Common Schools in
open session of the Board 01 Education New City
Hall, on Thursday, July 18, 1895, at 12 o'clock M 'for
supplying said board with 50, more or less, 400-lb
platform scales, and single combination desks and
seats, all necessary sizes, with rear seats to match,
in lots of 500, and for rear seats in lots of 1000
when needed during the present fiscal year
Samples of scales and articles of furniture offered
must be sent to the ollice of the Board of Educa-
tion. New City Hall, up to 4 o'clock p. it. on Wed-
nesday, July 17, 1895, after which hour no samples
will be received. '
Each bid must be accompanied by a certified
check in the sum of $250, made payable to the
order of the secretary of the Board Of Education,
conditioned that if the proposal be accepted and
the contract awarded and if the bidder shall fall or
neglect to execute a written agreement and give
the bonds required within six days after the award
is made, then and in that case said check shall be
forfeited to the said Board of Education. The
board reserves the right to reject any or all bids, or
any portion of any bid, as the public good may re-
quire. Blank ; proposals will b« furnished by the
secretary on ! application. The parties to whom
contracts are awarded will be required, prior to or
at the time of the execution of the contracts, to pay
their proportion of the cost of advertising this
notice. , - GEORGE BEANSTON, Secretory. *
ROPOSALS FOR MOVING AND ENLARG-
-1 in( a school building— Sealed proposals will be
received by the Superintendent of Common Schools,
in open session 1 " of the Hoard of Education, new
City Hall, on Thursday, July 18, 1895, at 12 o'clock
m., for moving the Sutro School building from
Nineteenth avenue, "near Point Lobos avenue, to
the school Jot on Twelfth avenue, between Clement
and California streets, and for enlarging and fitting
up said building, in accordance 1 with plan* and
specifications at the office of CHAS. I. HAVENS,
architect of the board, room 55, Flood build ing,
corner Fourth and Market streets. - ; ••■-..
- ; 3 .'■ - ! - GJSOBGE BEANSTON, Secretary. *
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL. WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 1895.
j^ HOUSES TO-LET.
1 1 (* turkTs^treet! ~, "^"vT?-
"*- x v HOUSE OF 45 ROOMS.
O. F. YON RHEIN & CO.,
■ 13. California street, ;
HOUSE OF 3 LARGE ROOMS. 168 SILVER
st., near Fourth ; rent $10. .
&4f> PINE ; BAY-WINDOW HOUSE OF 9
tjP"x«J|._ rooms, bath. 625 Golden Gate aye.
Sg b gg ; 2101 WEBSTER: 10
TV 2 "?' 1 °" }' HOUSE ■OF 9 ROOMS AND
■*" bath; latest Improvements: rent $25- Castro
Sflk^J 7«- e^ t2 f fln ! t - Api>ly T - A. SOUC & C(£
465 and 46 1 Valencia st., near Sixteenth.
(*] C FELL St:-FINe"~2-St6ry~?IOUSE; 9
d^.'^y^l7^U^, !mPrOYCIneDt ' >:rCntre :
1 2'£ AY^ OK ""l2 SUNNY ROOMS; LARGE
xtjx-j yard all(! garden; fine marine view.
1 4.7 VALENCIA ST.-6 ROOMS AND BATH,
XT I very cheap; yard; water free; rent $16.
Apply at premises. ! t , .; v"-.,
<St4^i PACIFIC HEIGHTS HOUSE; BROOMS
t+pT-t7. with every convenience and marine view.
1733 Broadway, near Gough st.
OUNNY HOUSE-530 EDDY, NEAR LARKIN
O 9 rooms; bath; rent $30; water free.
ATEST STYLES IN HOUSES to ■rext'at
BALDWIN & HAMMOND'S. 10 Montgomery.
430 P , TVm° I>P ? S I3 rasusr CONGREOA-
-IU\J tional Church— Good location, for doctor or
dentist: low rent to a good tenant. Apply to G H
r.Mi'.SKN & CO. 14 Montgomery st. - .-,'■'.
FURNISHED USES. '
fTANDSOMELY FURXisRE^~OtiouSE~IN
JJL Western Addition; 7 rooms and bath; modern
improvements; will rent it unfurnished if desired,
j Apply at 1102 alarket st. . ,
TVTEW HOUSE; 6 ROOMS AND BATH; ELE-
±I gantly furnished. 422 Page st. •■
©99 k(\ NICE COTTAGE,"COMPLETELY
-j£d. U\J. furnished; rooms, bath, basement;
yard for chickens; barn: lovely place; near boule-
vard. Lake Merritt, Oakland. 1020 Oak st..Onklnnd.
> COTTAtiES TO LET!
d^l I^^TAGESr4nROOMS-r^A^D7~BUN.
(Jill Rincon aye., Second st., near Brannan. |
A"1 l DOLORES, NR. SEVENTEENTH— COT-
ill 4 rooms; bath. ?
SUNNY COTTAGE 4 AND 5 ROOMS; BATH,
basement, yard; cheap. (Cor. Dolores and 15th.
rpO JiET— COTTAGE 4 ROOMS: 2 MINUTES'
X walk from Mission-st. cars: $8. 360 Jessie st. -
CIOTTAGE 5 ROOMS; BATH; LAUNDRY;
/chicken-yard; fine marine view; all modern
improvements; Green st., bet. Octavla and La-
ana. Inquire 2619 Octavla M., near Green.
FLATS TO let.
F"TAlfT^lO^)E^irT]^ROV^MlEN^7^FfvE
rooms: bath. 812 Filbert st.
I PLAT OF 4 ROOMS; RENT CHEAP. 527%
1 Geary st. : . -' ■■
LEG ANT NEW FLATS, seventh ST^
below Bryant: 5 and 6 rooms: bath; $8 to $16.
C« 99 r;A 1228 SACRAMENTO— 7 ROOMS;
%p^i^»O\/m gats; bath: fine view. '
K\V• BAY-WINDOW FLAT 8 ROOMS, BATH;
AY 1 or 2 families; $27. WO9 Folsom, near Fifth.
■VTEW 6ROOM FLATS, BATH, LAUNDRY,
AX etc. 834 Folsom st. ; sunny side.
UNNY FLAT 5 LARGE ROOMS; YARD: CEL.
0 lar; cheap. 1611 Stevenson st, nr. Eighteenth
\ NICE BAY-WINDOW FLAT, 4 ROOMS. 14
-£x Moss St., near Howard, bet. Sixth and Seventh.
j T?LAT: 4 ROOMS: $10 A MONTH. 716 NATO-
-L ma St., bet. Eighth and Ninth.
rpENEMKNT, 4 ROOMS AND HALL; RENT
X $9. 812 Jessie St., near Ninth.
TVTEW SUNNY FLAT; 4 ROOMS; BATH;
Xi rent cheap. 1126 Alabama st., near 24th.
"VTEW, ELEGANT 5 AND 6 ROOM FLATS;
-1-^ all modern conveniences; . $25 and $27 60.
1710 Hyde st.
<a»9O ELEGANT UPPER MODERN FLAT: 4
o— ' '• large sunny rooms and bath. 615 Grove st.
SK. COR. EIGHTEENTH AND CASTRO-UP-
per flat of 6 rooms and bath: stable; in good
order; rent $16. Apply L. A. SOUC & CO., 465
and 467 Valencia, near Sixteenth. • '■
TVTEW BAY-WINDOW FLAT OF 7 ROOMS
-Li ana bath; cor. Seventeenth and Castro sts.
SPECK & CO., 602 Market st.
(Jji Q 3 LARGE ROOMS; YARD. 109 THIR-
VXO. teenth st., above Valencia.
"1 A GROVE, NEAR CITY HALL— ELEGANT
XV flat, 5. rooms and bath.
ATEST STYLES IN FLATS TO RENT AT
BALDWIN A HAMMOND'S, 10 Montgomery.
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS. v
2 SUNNY, UNFUBNIBHBD BOOMS INFBl-
vate family; suitable for 2 ladles, or man and
wife; rent $7. Ad. Western Addition, box 9, Call.
1 C*l A FURNISHED ROOMS AND
■1U L\J bath, for light housekeeping. . ■
Ql 7 EDDY— NICELY- FURNISHED HOUSE-
t/X I . keeping rooms; every convenience; splen-
did location. '■; • ■• •; '.': ;;
79X BRANNAN. ABOVE SIXTH— BEDROOM
I *JO and kitchen; furnished : $7 and $8.
9Q7 EIGHTH - NICE, ; SUNNY: FRONT
£iO\ SUITES; furnished complete for light
housekeeping; cheap.
ml. 1 . 1 VK \ T H-E L E ANT L V FUR-
nished front sunny room and kitchen; car-
pets and furniture new: bath, etc.; $12; complete
for housekeeping; running water.
OA7 FOURTH — SUNNY FRONT FUR-
O\J I nished suites for housekeeping; also single.
7fJA HARRISON — NICELY FURNISHED,
I \J\J sunny rooms ' for : housekeeping, or un-
furnished; also single. . .
70.7 HAVES — BUNNY FRONT UNFUR-
• 1/ 1 nished housekeeping rooms; detached;
modern.
"1 "I HOWARD— LARGE SUNNY ROOMS
XXZiU completely, furnished for housekeeping;
$14. . .
"I 1 49 HOWARD — SUNNY BAY-WINDOW
XXrt^J suites furnished for housekeeping; also
single rooms. • • : • ■
"1 A 9 HOWARD— LOWER FLOOR; THREE
XrtjuO nicely furnished rooms; bath; nice yard;
$20 : ..•■■'••
Q9^» LARKIN— OR 3 SUNNY ROOMS FUR-
OZiKJ nished complete for housekeeping.
9AQQ MARKET— 2 OR 3 . HANDSOMELY
&\JOO furnished sunny rooms for housekeeping.
/•"I 9 MCALLISTER — SUNNY ROOMS; FUR-
UXZi nisbed suitably for housekeeping; also other
rooms.
Q7| MINNA — LIGHT . HOUSEKEEPING;
0 I I large pleasant room ; private family ; single
front. „. - . . - . . ■ - • -. . . - -
££1 MISSION, NEAR SECOND— SUNNY
OUx bedroom and kitchen;' rent $10.
Q47 MISSION— I ROOMS, PARLOR FLOOR,
vtt I complete for housekeeping.
1 fl^.7 MISSION — 9 OR 3 FURNISHED
JLUO I rooms for housekeeping. .
I I MISSION— ELEGANTLY FURNISHED
I 1 >) 1 sunny front suits; suitable for housekeep-
ing: price reasonable. ■ * .-
I Ql 7 MISSION — LARGE SUNNY SUITE,
Ivll furnished, housekeeping, $15; 3 unfur-
nished. .
\ SIXTH— CONNECTING ROOMS, COM-
tr^j\" plete for hsekpg. ; every convenience: $10.
A9Q BIXTH— LARGE SUNN FRONT ROOM
1 — »/ for housekeeping; cheap. , :.'-.: ■. ■ .
1 7flQ STOCKTON— 2 CONNECTING ROOMS,
X 1 I/O furnished complete for housekeeping. ■
<J(\U ST. ROSE AYE., NEAR POINT LOBOS
•)UU ana M««on!caves.— l or 2 furnished ;»)ms,
with use of kitchen, to man and wife, '■ -
m" TEHAMA— 1~ FURNISHED ROOMS;
suitable for housekeeping.
Q99' THIRD— FRONT FURNISHED HOUS&
OZiju keeping suites; $9, $10, $11; single, $1,
$1 'J5. ■■■ ' •■■■■■• '■/ --.-■ ■■ ■ --'- -■■:.-■■
C 1 Q THIRD, COR. - SOUTH - PARK— FUR-
Uxt/ nished housekeeping.;
FacS' WASHINGTON -SUNNY . UNFUR-
tjyJZi nished housekeeping rooms; running water.-
-11/11 WELSH, OFF. FOURTH, ~ BELOW
xxrx% Bryant— 2 • or . 3 nicely famished > house-
kei'iiinc rooms; cheap. .■- -■'. '--■ > : : : '-: - ■:■-: v . : '•■- *■
ROOMS TO I«E'r..
71 Q BUSH, NEAR POWELL— TO A LADY;
I -LO large newly furnished room: , gas, bath,
closet ; stationary washstand ; very reasonable.
1 /*£ CLARA. NEAR. FIFTH '— ONE. TWO
-LOO and three rooms; rent low. -v.
1 1Q EDDY — BEAUTIFUL FRONT SUITE;
X XO other newly furnished rooms: $6 up. . ' \:.
1 A.Q EIGHTH-PLEASANT SUNNY: ROOM;
1 UO double bed, $1 50 week; also 1. $125 week.
-lie EIGHTH: ST.— NICE. SUNNY ; FRONT
HO rooms, single or en suite, from $5 up. "
1 101 l FOLSOM— 2 ROOMS. PARTLY FUR-
HOI:* nished: rent $8. . ::'',,:
9Q7 GOLDEN GATE! NICELY FUR-
£»)i nished rooms, single or/double; reasonable.
nA Q HARRISON— LARGE SUNNY FRONT
I rto alcove room, suitable for two gentlemen. >...\\
1 C%~A HOWARD, . COR. NINTH — , LARGE
bay-window room; suitable for one or two;
cheap.?;.— ''.'' : '-"'■.■ ''-."■■'■.■ ; ■•'■ ■■■ ''■-•;
1 9AQ I HOWARD — NICELY FURNISHED
L^iVjV'Z room for 1 or 2 gentlemen: $7 a month.;
Tor JESSIE, NEAR MINT— PRIVATE FAM-
-1»)i) lly; a neat single room; rent $5. ;\. „ ;:
Ql 9 KEARNY— ST. GEORGE HOUSE— FUR-
OJ £ nisbed rooms, $1 50 to $3 week; 25c to 75c
night: transients solicited. :• -• v i -i ■;'•:"
91 /JAB MARKET, BET. FOURTEENTH AND
-j I'll/ .Fifteenth — Sunny ' front » bedroom % and
kitchen connecting with \ closets, * sink, bath and
laundry: $6. : .. ... :r -„'.::•;.■
l* AH MCALLISTER— FINELY FURNISHED
O"t i suite of parlors; suitable for 1 or 2 gentle-
men or man and wife; terms reasonable. •* .-. ;/ ;
AQI MINNA— FURNISHED ROOMS: $6 AND
10l $10 per month. - :. ; •;• . -• .
MINNA, cor. EIGHTH— NICELY FUR-
UU lj nished bay-window rooms: $1 a week.: ". -",.
Q.(\7 MISSION-LARGE FRONT ROOM; BUIT-
OU I able for two gentlemen; price reasonable." ; •
BOOMSJ"0 LET— Contlnuert. ■■>.'
91 NINTH— SUNNY SUITE, SUITABLE FOR
&X physician or dentist; running water: gas. , '
dl 1 PINE— 2 SUNNY SINGLE" ROOMS; $5
DlX and $6 per month./ : ...-.--, • .
QQ SIXTn ST.. THE ALE- SUNN
00 rooms: single and en suite; $1 to $1 50 a day.
1 9.) TAYLOR — ELEGANTLY FURNISHED
X&Li snmny rooms, en suite or single.
Ql 7 THTRD— LARGE SUNNY FRONT; AN
OX I suite or single ;sl 25t055 week:sstos2o mo.
QAft TWENTY- FIRST, NEAR HARRISON-
OUD 3 rooms and bath.
[A RLINGTON HOUSE, 127 KEARNY— PLEAS-
XL ant sunny rooms, en suite and single; first class
in every respect : terms reasonable. 1 . ■ . . : . '■ .:-
TTiVERETT, 55 SECOND — FAMILY ■ HOUSE,
Hi thoroughly renovated; . new management ; ! re-
spectable; sunny rma ; reasnble. M.DALTQN, prop.
OR RKNT-TO 1 OR ~2 GENTLEMEN,
nicely furnished sunny front bay-window room;
all modern conveniences: located about 8 blocks
from Kearny and Market sts.: private family
references required. Address CD., box 1, Call.
G~ RAND SOUTHERN. COR. SEVENTH AND
Mission— Rooms all light; water, gas and electric
bells; elevator runs from 7 a.'m. to 12 r. m. : single,
60 cents: suites, $1 day ; $2 60 and $5 week up. ,- ,
MEW PYRENEE HOUiSK, 11314 STOCKTON i
i-i st.— Sunny front rooms: suites or single: by
day, week or month. PH. MAYSOUNA YE, prop, j
rriHE SHERMAN APARTMENT HOUSE: 129
'-I new sunny rooms; strictly respectable; half
price of best hotels, with equal accommodations;
very central.' 28 Eighth St., near Market. !
VOSEMITE HOUSE, 1045 MARKET, BET
x Sixth and Seventh— Single and suites; per
night, 35c to $1; week, $1 50 to $5 ; families.
(TIHEAPEST AND BEST IN AMERICA— THE
\J WEEKLY: CALL, sent to any address in the
United States or Canada one year lor $1 50, post-
age free. • ■ • ■ '"■" - ■ , ■-■ '
BOARDING AND 1 ROOMS.
dOT^BTOB -^ "la roe" sun 'ny~bay- wYn-
-001 dow rooms with board; price reasonable. .
TWENTY-FIRST — NICHLY FUR-
\)~.-, nisbed large alcove room with board for 2
gentlemen, $45: 10 minutes' ride from Chronicle
building. .
jf»Of» EDDY-SUNNY FRONTROOMS, SUITES
\j£i\) and single: best board: reasonable. ■
HOTEL BERTLIXG, 71-i OPENED AS
.LL a family hotel; references given and required ;
all modern conveniences. /
GOLDEN GATE AYE,— ELEGANT
Oj--t front room, wi:h board, $60 per month for
two: side rooms, with board. $26 per month.
CHILDREN BOARDED.
AD^"wfTHOUTCIIILDREN^VOULD~LIKE
small child to board. Address 1622 a Fell st.
TNFANT TAKEN' CAKE OF OR ADOPTED BY
1 respectable German couple' without children.
Address E., box 23, this office.
STOKES .TO LET.
T^RE / s74T^A^r^r2^CEAltN?rG^O^rFOß
O general business: rent J reduced. v EASTON
ELDRIDGE A CO., 638 Market st. . .
STORE, 3 ROOMS AND BATH. 627% GEARY
street., v-' • . - " •
STORE— 4 LARGE LIVING-ROOMS: STABLE
and yard. 1140 Alabama st. .
T A SACRIFICE; GROCERY AND BAR
with living rooms: cheap rent. Apply J. J.
COMERFORD, SK. cor. Duncan and Dolores st. -
f\lS> ESTABLISHED BAKERY: BASEMENT;
\J large brick oven; rent reasonable. 1130 How-
ard st. : .
MARKET ST.; LARGE STORE ON. THE
best block on the street, on the north side;
suitable for shoestore ordrygoods. Apply G. H.
UMB.SEN A CO., 14 Montgomery st. -..; -'..
OR RENT - A CORNER STORE ; GOOD
stand for drug or grocery business. Apply W.
B. CLUFF, 17 Sixth st. -
1 1 J I • R-STORY BRICK AND IRON BUILDING ,
£ and basement, 608 Sacramento St., containing
elevator, power, .., etc.; rent $80. .Apply DAVID
STERN A SONS, 20 Montgomery st. '..-.'•■
A WEEK'S NEWS FOR 5 CENTB — THE
--»- WEEKLY CALL. in wrapper, for mailing.
offices TO let.
oljet^larTje^tnn
on - first floor: rent reduced. .12 . Montgomery j
st.. rooms 1 and 2.
LEG ANT OFFICES IN NEW SPRECKELS
building, 925 Market: rents low; no extra,
charge for gas, janitor services or heating. ," Apply
at building or G. 11. UMHskn A Co.. 14 Montg. St.
~ . STABLE FOR SALE.
6^^T^^LiS^6^ETTE7G^TTE^?TirTvEI
and a st., South San Francisco. ■ .....
" MEDICAL .'•.;'■■■
ANEW PROCESS^-NOrMEDICINE, INSTRU-
A ments or worthless pills used; every woman
her own physician for all female troubles; no mat-
ter from what cause; restores. always 'In one day;,
if you want to be treated safe «nd sure call on men's
physicians knowledge can be sent&nsedat home;aU
cases guaranteed. DR. POPPER, 318 Keurny st.
A SURE AND SAFE CURE FOR ALL FE-
male diseases; ladles may have the benefit of
the SKill and attention of a physician of long and
successful practice: a home in confinement with
best possible care, with the privacy of a home and
the convenience of a hospital; those who are sick
or discouraged should call . on the doctor and state
their case, they will find in her a true friend ; all
consultation* free' ptk! absolutely confidential; a
positive cure for the liquor, morphine and tobacco
habit; every case guaranteed without, injury :to
health." -'MRS. -DR. GWYER, 228 Turk St., bet.
Jones and Leavenworth. .
Tin: LIGHTNING RHEUMATISM CURB
for chronic or Inflammatory rheumatism;- best
remedy on earth: price $3. MARTIN Remedy
Company, 2231 Mission St., S. F. . - ■■>:.• ■;■::
DAVDEfa aphbo tablets— the great
j modern remedy for the cure (of neurasthenia,
impotency, and all disorders of the sexual organs;
$1 a box : 6 boxes $. : send for circular. WIDBER'S
Drug Store, 14 Ellis St., sole agent. .
LL FEMALE ~ IRREGULARITIES RE-
s tored in one day; no instruments; French
remedies guaranteed at any time; consult free.
MRS. DR. WYETH, 916 Post St., near Larkin.
lADIEB-BEFORE SEEING A DOCTOR
J consult MRS. EMARY, 1118 Market St., r. 6.
A LPEAU'B FRENCH PILLS, A BOON TO
A ladles troubled with irregularities: no danger;
safe and sure: $2 60 express C. O. D. don't delay
until too late. OSGOOD BROS., Oakland. Cal.
U-PRAE'S FEMALE REGULATING PILLS;
-JL/ safe and efficient emmenagogue; $1 per box.
RICHARDS A CO., druggists, 406 Clay, sole agts.
LL LADIES CONSULT. FREE MRS. DR.
DAVIES, 14 McAllister St., near Market;
leads all I competitors: only qualified, trusty : spe-
cialist for safe, quick relief of irregularities, no
matter what cause; treatment scientific, harmless
and painless; never fails; home in confinement.
T\R.BICORD'SPILLS;KXP±IESBS2 60: SAFE,
JL/. sure, reliable:; Rlcord's specialties, females.
Maison et Cle, Agts. ROOT'S, Sixth aDd Howard.
ALL LADIES IX TROUBLE CONSULT THE
only reliable specialist in San Francisco; in-
stant relief: $600 paid for any case I cannot cure;
board; skillful attention during confinement; spe-
cial attention to diseases of the eye; advice free; '
confident MRS. DR. SCOTT, 1'lOVJ! Turk st. ■
MRS. DX. WEGENER, PRIVATE HOME'
for all female diseases: separate homes for la-
dles before and during confinement; have enlarged
and arranged my home to suit rich and poor; ir-
regularities cured in a day : guaranteed; no 1 instru-
ments; regular physicians of long and successful
practice; travelers attended; no delay: all business
strictly confidential ; babies adopted. 419 Eddy st. "
DR. AND MRS. DR. SCHMIDT. FORMERLY
of 1211 Mission, now 1508 Market St.; month-
y irregularities cured in a few hours; guaranteed;
no instruments used : sure preventive, . -■.-.,
BR. A. HKRWEIi, OFFICE 139 POST ST. : DlS-
casesof women and consultation in pregnancy.
"TVR. HALL, 14 MCALLISTER, SECOND FLOOR,
JL/ next Hibernfa Bank : diseases of women, > :,
"PRIVATE HOME IN CONFINEMENT; GER-
X man midwife. MRS. POWELL, 1310 Mission.
"VT ICE PRIVATE HOME IN CONFINEMENT
4.' ■at the most, reasonable price in the city. MRS.
M. PFEIFFER, midwife, 2014 Folsom st. . ; ' -
IF r IRREGULAR OR AN V FKM ALE DISEASE
■JL see Mrs. Dr. Puetz and be content. ' -Jr>4' .. 4 th.
pii E A PEST A D BEST, IN AMERICA-THE
V.' WEEKLY CALL, sent to any address In the
United IStates or Canada one year for $1 50, post-
age free. : . vm, •;-.-.■. ■■':■,.--. - -,•; ?;._-. ■■„.' ; ' ; , -, : « .:
- - ; . v , ;.:•; / -. ' , I DENTISTS.
Dr. rea; 300 turk— aXlTdentaiTwork
at lowest prices and warranted ; - open evenings.
~ A Ui WORK REASONABLE AND Wif
A ranted. DR. J. W. KEY, 1122 Market st.
DR. J. J. LEEK, 1206 MARKET, COR. GOLDEN
Gate aye.— Open evenings; snndays till noon.
DR. GEORGE W. LEE XT THE GENUINE
' Leek dentist, discoverer of rainless extraction
and patentee of 1 improved I bridge work or teeth
without any plate, moved from 6 to 20 O'Farrell st.
A' T CHALFANTS'B,BMASON,COR. MARKET
sets of teeth are made to please or no charge-
on bridges, crowns and gold plates prices reduced • ;
small gold fillings only $2; painless extraction. .
pROOME DENTAL ASSOCIATION, 7&9 MAR 7
\J ket, bee 3d and ; 4tn, gas specialists; only reli-
able agent for | painless extraction; artificial teeth
f mi $0 ; fillings from $1 ; extracting 50c, witngaaCl.
■ffl«7 A SET FOR TEETH; WARRANTED AS
«iP I good an can be made; filling $1. dr. SIMMS,
dentist, 930 Market st., next Baldwin Theater. >- •:■
D~ R. H. G. ; YOUNG. BRIDGES AND TEETH
without plates a specialty. 1841 Polk at.
DU. LUDLUM HILL, ■ 1443 • MARKET ST.,
. near Eleventh ; no charge | for extracting when
plates are ; made; | old | plates made over like new
teeth from $8 per set; extracting 50c; gas given. t '
CIOIiTOS DENTAL ASSOCIATION. 806 MAR-
VJ ketst. ; DR. CH ARLKH W. DECKER. " T—
SEWING* MACHINES.
'©OK'-V NEW,^ DOMESTIC - SEWING - MA-
»IP— chine: drop leaf, drawers, cover and - at-
tachments. 205 Fourth st. '' ■: -.■■••.- • -.'<
:;-■ --• .'j ■;'-■■:■ \-^ TO LEASE. "
T~ O~TTeaSel-C'HOICE^ DA^IR^OBT^TOck
X. ranch of 525 1 acres ; s cheap t for I term of years;
near chy. * Address F,, box HB, this office.
■ ' ;" ' ■ ' ' :: ', ] '"• FEBSONAtS. I '{_ ■•-/■' ,
iollE^TTi ; : XADIES', : GENTSV
children's cast-off clothing. 1. F., 15 RU33 st.
o'A NNULMENT :OF : MARRIAGE: AND di-
vorce: legal : every where. Address P. O. box
2263, San Francisco, U. S. Divorce Bureau. „
T ADIIiS-FOR TAILOR-MADE SUITS. JACK-
. JU ets and capes at wholesale prices, 1152 Market
St., bet. Turk st. and Golden Gate aye. ; ; ' ' "-
B. C. E. FARNUM HAS MOVED TO THE
Nucleus building, cor. Third and Market sts. ...
ADVICE FREE; DIVORCE AND PROBATE
laws ft specialty; : suits, i Superior, Justice and
Police Courts; terms reasonable: collections, etc. G.
I W.HOWE, att'y-at-law, B6o Market, cor. Stockton.
I' ' ADIES' LA VENA REMEDY THE ONLY
J safe; guarantee preventive; absolute privacy.
Call or address LA VENA CO., 22 Kearny St., S.
F., Ist floor; hours 1 to 5, 7 to 9.
pHAS. L. SHEAHAN, 224^ FIFTH—
\J ing, paper-hanging and . wliuenlng at low rates.
ONE MORE CUT— , ~~~•• ■ •- ~
Oak Roll Top Desks ;...:.....*.;. $14 to 835
Oak Chiffoniers... ....... ...........From $10 up
Oak Bed 5et5.'....... .................•...'.:. 317 50 up
Oilcloths and Linoleums '...;.-...'. .r...'..30c up
Stoves and Ranges... .. -.;-.: ' ......" $3 up
Thousands of bargains. We keep everything.
' Cash or time payments. . J. NOONAN,
1017-1019-1021-1023 Mission St.. above Sixth.
■yiLECTRIC AND MEDICATED BATHS. 121
-Hi Montgomery st., room 6. :.--."■.:; :
AIRDRESSING. 25c, ANY STYLE: ESTAB-
lished in 1869; Pioneer Hair Store. BERTHA
SPITZ, 11l Stockton St.; strictly one price only.
A LL COURTS: PRIVATE LAW- MATTERS.
■A LAW V X McCABE, 1027 Market: vice free.
1 f|AnBUSI"NESSi AHHS..SI.JII: SENT FREE,
JA/l/U city or country. HILL, 724 V Market st.
/CABINET, ELECTRIC. STEAM BATHS, 50c;
\J chronic and acute diseases treated, $ a month
i up; solar bath $1; oxygen used, at DR. HARRI-
MAN'S Sanitarium, eor.Tvteinh and Mission. 1534.
I" piNE SUITS, $15; DRESS PANTS, 75.
' Misfit Clothing Parlors, 513 Montgomery st.
BICYCLE SUITS, LADIES' OR GENTS', TO
order; low prices. HUTT, Tailor, 212 Mason
street. , . ..■■.. . . . ..v .
"Sf"] O SUITS TO ORDER; SAMPLE BY MAIL.
«3pX^J NEUHAUS. Merchant Tailor, 115 Kearny.
DRESSES CUT AND FITTED, $3; DRESSES
XJ popular prices; engagements by day. 11 Geary.
HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR CAST-OFF
clothing.books. novels. RAPHAEL, 247 4th st.
WHITEWASHING machine and brush
»» work: •Vie yard; contracts taken. WAIN-
WRIGHT. 1400 Market; machines sold or lured.
SINGLE BOTTLE OF SMITH'S DANDRUFF
Pomade is guaranteed to cure any case of dan-
druff or falling hair or money refunded: never
known to fail; try it. By all druggists price $1, or
SMITH BROS., Fresno, Cal.
QECOND-HAND AS WELL AS NEW bars,
0 showcases, counters, shelviugs, mirrors, desks,
safes, chairs, scales, etc., and a very large stock of
them, too; be sure and see stock and get prices be-
lore going elsewhere. J. NOON Alt, 1017-1019-
-1021-1023 Mission st.. above Sixth.
f 1 LO A Kij CAPES AND SUITS RETAILED AT
\J mfrs' cost. Factory, 20 Sansome St.. upstairs.
KINKTdSCOI'ES FOR SALE; PHONOGRAPH
i-V outfits bought for cash. Bacigalupi, 946 Mkt.
OLD B U ILDINGS" BOUGHT AND SOLD,
store-fixtures, doors,' windows, lumber, pip*
etc.; cheap. Yard 1169 Mission St., nr. Eighth.
GAS FIXTURES • AND .-" PLUMBING. 623
Golden Gate aye. H. HUFSCHMIDT.
LI) GOLD, biLVER, GENTS' AND LADIE3'
clothing bought. COLM AN, 41 Third st.
WINDOW SHADES MANUFACTURED TO
order by WILLIAM McPHUN. 1195 Market.
pHEAPEST AND BEST IN AMERICA— THE
\J WEEKLY' CALL, sent to any address In the
United States or Canada one year for $1 60, post-
age free. . • . .
DRKSSMAKEIIS.
RESSES $2 AND UP; w"raPPERs" SSc'upT
MRS. SMITT. 864 Mission st. .
CLAIRVOYANTS.
ADVICE AND ASSISTANCE FOR ALL— GO
where the crowd goes. His parlors are al-
. ways filled wl t n anxious - people seeking reliable
information, and every reply * is most gratifying.
All are pleased. Professor Eugene gives advice
on business, speculations, investments, love, court-
ship, marriage and divorce: settles lovers' quarrels,
reunites the separated and causes a speedy and
happy marriage with the one of your choice. ■He
locates mines and buried treasures, tells of your
friends . and enemies, removes evil influences,
gives: advice pertaining to lawsuits, locates and
recovers old estates. Developing mediums a spe-
cialty. The troubled and unfortunate should seek
his counsel. Thousands of families ! long sepa-
rated have been reunited by his efforts: thousands
of hearts made glad through his truthful predic-
tions. He is the only clairvoyant on earth recog-
nized by the profession as their brightest star. . All
persons unsuccessful in business, who seem to be
unlucky, should visit : him, seek his aid and start
aright. : Thousands have become wealthy through
his advice. He is ever ready Jo assist ; those with
capital to find a safe and good-paying investment.
Young men starting in business will find it greatly
to their advantage to consult him on all matters of
financial interest to themselves. .- .
Professor Eugene shouldjnor be'classed with the
many cheap pretenders who infest cities and bring
disrepute to the profession. His past successes in
matters of great import are a positive guaranty of
his power to perform the wonders that have made
him famous. All are invited to call. ' Hours 9 a.m.
to 8 P. m. Letters, with stamps, answered. Address
F. EUGENE, 1206 Market street, San Francisco,
parlors 102, 103 and 104. first floor. '
T.MIWAHH E ARLE, INDEPENDENT SLATE
XLi writer. 423 Ellis, near Leavenworth st. ,
A I RS. FIX. TEST MEDIUM, BRAS AN
i>l st,: feesl. „- .- . .■ -.. . .4, .."-.-
rf HE WORLD RENOWNED CLAIRVOYANT
1 and planet, reader. MME. NOMAND, 995 Mar-
ket St.
RS. FIX, TEST MEDIUM. 438% BRANNAN
st.: fee If 1.
R.S. WILSON— PAST, PRESENT, FUI'UKh;
ladies 50c, gects $1. 1157 Market St., no sign.
ME. MOREAU— AND ONLY ME-
dium;glve her a call:fee 25c up. 131 Fourth St.,
T IFE READING, 28c: LADIES ONLY. 105
XJ Stockton St., office 6.
PRESENT, .PAST AND FUTURE, 25c. MME.
X LEGETTE, 311 Tehama St. ; upstairs.
EON, PALMIST. CLAIRVOYANT, LlFE-
reader, 633 Post : h'rs 9 to B daily ; and Sunday.
UGUSTA LEOLA, FORTUNE "TELLER;
maglo cbarms; love .tokens; true picture of
future wife and husband; teaches ' fortune- tell ing:
develops clairvoyance, slate writing, etc. has the
seven holy seal-, and the Palestine wonder charm;
fee $1 and upward. 2326 Mission, ur. Twentieth.
i spiritualism. . •
TTOW TOBECOME CLAIRVOYANT—KEY
XX to the mystery of mediumshlp: most wonder-
ful book since the Bible; 50 cents. NATIONAL
PUBLISHING CO., 606 Montgomery st.,S. F.
ME. SYLVIA. CARD READER, 824 FOL-
Bom st., S.F.— Ladies, 25c; gents, 60c.
• ASTROLOGT.
OTRXL^E^R^P^oI?rSoTM^Es7S2^iETRY"
A St.: horoscopes, questions, stocks, advice.
HOUSES. V
F^^R^ATir^nrE^T^A^Vl^FT^A^RTA^
J teams. Address J. H., box 9. this office. ■ ■■ •
OR SALE— FINE HORSE AND BUGGY FOR
I- park. Can be seen at Mascot , Stables, 1110
Golden Gate aye. -, - ./..-.. ;;.-' ? ;, . . ■■
A(\ HORSES FOR SALE; ; ALSO -WAGONS
iv/ buggies, carts, harness; Grand Arcade Horse
Market, 3*27 Sixth st. ; auction sales every Wednes-
day. SULLIVAN & DOYLE, Auctioneers.
TOft SETS SECOND-HAND HARNESS; ALL
IUU kinds; second-hand wagons,' buggy, carts:
also 20 cheap horses. Fifteenth and Valencia nts.
: FOIL SAXIi— MISCEI.I.ANEOUB.
■jmRESH" COW AND CALF FOR SALE. AP-
•Sj ply 1083 Tennessee st., near Napa.
<H» C LARGE-SIZED HAND-CART. CALL 8
fJpOm Eighth St., city. -y •-.:■;. -
OR J SALE CHEAP— STOCK OF. HOGS,
chickens, horses and wagon; near city; lease on
place and rent low. Inquire 20 Ellis St., room 15. ,
T7»INE JAPANESE *PUO DOG. li MONTHS
-F old for sale. 56 South Park, basement.
A LL TYPEWRITERS RENTED," ' - '.;
J± including SMITH PREMIER.
, LEO E. ALEXANDER & BRO., , /
. 218 Sansome st. • ■-': . : j-iV;
mHOROUGH BRED FOX TERRIER PUPS
1 for sale. 1619 Powell st. ;
\\rESTERN EXTRACTOR, 26 INCHES; COR-
, Ti:rigan«fe Little Starshirt-ironers: Tyler shirt-
polishers, with 4 irons, . $20 ; Jacques' • collar and
cuffs ironer, tools, supplies, etc. J. IRVING, 660
Bryant st. ■ ,■ .■■ '■:■'-> >:-■■'■''': "■■ : . •■-"■ "■■"•.--■•■
IRISH SETTER PUPS, 5 MONTHS OLD. Al
X stock, for sale cheap. Address A. N. BAY' LEY,
Seventeenth and Castro sis.. Oakland, Cal. s«;:.-7,
17IO& , SALE— LIGHT : DELIVERY 'WAGON,
X young horse and harness. .'Apply 1531 Mission.
Tpi YE ••; PNEUMATIC SAFETIES FOR $100;
r $25 singly. ; 826 McAllister st. - : ; :
MILCH COW'- FOR a SALE >IN GOOD CON-
dltion., T. HURLEY, 230 Douglass st. -• :
/^heafesTplace TO buy GAS FIXTURES.
\J H. HUFSCHMIDT, 623 Golden Gate aye.
r A I.L-GOLD WATCHES SOLD FOR WEIGHT
A of cases; >.' no charge for works : diamonds, ear-'
rings,l rings, ■ studs, pins and | ladies' sealskins for
half original I cost ; goods sent C. O. D. UNCLE
HARRIS, 15 GRANT AVENUE, near Geary st.
ILSIFIRE SAFE, LETTER-PRESS, BCALE,
coffee-mill and money-till : cheap. 102 Clay st.
A" T LOT OF EASTERN STANDARD MACEa
of safes which i have I been taken in exchange
as part payment : for . the .Waltz safes, as follows:
8 burglar-proof bank or coin safes, 7 jewelers' safes,
8 1 pawnbrokers' - safes, 13 merchant safes: fire and
burglar proof; all sizes ; at less than half cost; • see
them before you order. | The Waltz Safe Salesroom,
221 and 223 Market St., factory 13 and 15 Drumni
St., San Francisco. Cal. !_■-...:: i v '■■ ' -i\ :i-,- ;•;.•.;•:• - - .r
,"\TEW RANGES CHEAPER THAN SECOND-
II -hand. - t W. 8. RAY )lu Co., 12 California st.
O U TUB §5 SHELVING, i SHOWCASES
\J bousut and sold i 1121% Market bet. 7th and
•'EDUCATIONAL.
iolTSiT^iXnik) li nT'g uit arT cornet^
V taught,' Prof. L.MERKI.U2S Geary reasonable.
ACIFIC ACADEMY, ACADEMY SCIENCES
bldg; thorough commercial & English training.
TfILLS COLLEGE AND SEMINARY. , WRITE
IWL for catalogue to MRS. c. T. MILLS, president,
Mills College P. 0., Alameda ' Co., Cal. Next term
begins August 7, 1895. . '
SPANISH,: FRENCH, pERMANt METSTER7
schaft School of Languages, 122 O'Farrc-11 st.
~T O. ECKMAN, PIANO .. STUDIO, ' 205
A. Gough st. ; assistant teacher for beginners.
RS. MELVILLE-SNYDER, ORATORICAL,
Vocal and Dramatic Academy, 519 Van Ness
aye. ; vocal classes Monday, 8 x*. m.. $1 month; dra-
matic classes Wednesday, Bp. m., $3 month: also
private : lessons and piano; ladles and gentlemen
coached for professional or amateur stage (stage for
practice). • ~- "" ' '
T ILLIAN BEDDARD. THE ENGLISH AC-
Xj tress. coaches ladies 'and . gentlemen for the
dramatic profession: appearances arranged ;
Shakespearean classes Wednesday evenings.' j
Shakespearean Academy, 913 Hyde St., S. F. ■
B OWENS ACADEMY, UNIVERSITY AYE.,
Berkeley, Cal. T. STEWART BOWENS, M.
A,, Principal. V ' - ■ ' :
TSS BOLTE'3 SCHOOL REMOVED TO 2297
; Sacramento st.; new term July 8.
VTIGBT SCHOOL;. HEALD'S BUSINESS COL-
ii lege. 24, Post St.; N commercial, shorthand, Eng-
lish: low rates. ' - • -- .' • ■•■.■>-■..,
T>OOK KEEPING, PENMANSHIP, ARITHMB
-Dtic taught 6 weeks :courae $30. 5 Stockton st.,r.
ELASCO'S LYCEUM SCHOOL OF ACTING—
Private theatricals arranged; • pupils rehearsed
on stage. R. 5 & 12, 1. 0. 0. F. block, 7th and Market.
OCHO6"L""ELECTRICAL7CIVILrMINING7M&
O chanical engineering, surveying, architecture,
assay; estab. '64. VAN PER N AILLEN. 723 Mkt.
TIEHL'S SHORTHAND . AND BUSINESS
College, 723 Market St.: diploma course $30.
NGLISH BRANCHES TAUGHT BY MISS
DILLON, 14 McAllister, r. 46; private or class.
A BB'SIN ST., 659 MARKT— BOOKKEEPING
■L taught In 6 weeks. We pledge ourselves to keep
free for 6 months books our graduates fall on.
EALD'S BUSINESS COLLEGE. 24 POST
' Bookkpg, business practice, shorthand, typing,
. electrical - engineering, telegraphy, modern lan-
guages rapidly taught. Write for catalogue.
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ATTORNEYS-
ADVICE FREE; DIVORCE AND PROBATE
laws a specialty; suits, superior, Justice and
Police Courts: terms reasonable ; collections, etc.
G.W.HOWE, att'y-at-law, 850 Market,cor.Stockton
MONEY ADVANCED TO LITIGANTS, COURT
costs and charges paid • in matters of probate,
contracts, damages, accidents, notes, first-class
collections and general law business. Address J. F.
NAUGHTON, 54 Nevada block, S. F.
JOHN K7AITK EN", "ATTORNEY -AT- LAW, RS.
16 and 17. 402 Montgomery st., cor. California.
, A. MITCHELL, ATT'Y-AT-LAW, REMOVED
. to Spreckels bldg., 929 Market st. ; advice free.
WM.~ 117 chapman, attorney-at-law,"
Mills building, sixth floor, room 6, San Fran-
cisco, Cal. Telephone 1544. -x if "
W'W. DAVIDSON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.42O
. California st., ma. 14-15: advice free. ■•
OAKLAND ADVERTISEMENTS
OFFICE— oOB BROADWAY.
OAKLAND KEAU ESTATE.
XROOMC^T^r^EiHOMErAT^
t: easy terms; easy terms; $50 down. $10 per
month. THE MCCARTHY CO., 646 Market St.,
San Francisco. ...
tjj.l en LOTS NEAR THE ALTENHEIM IN
! «JpJ-tJI/. Fruitvale; electric cars; only $1 down
and $1 a week; selling fast; good improvements.
H. B. PINNEY, owner, 902 Broadway, Oakland.
pORNER LOT ON -TWENTY-FOURTH ST.—
\J Lot 50x125 feet; price $20 a front foot; other
lots in same locality are be ng sold for $30. Call
on A. J. SNIDER CO., real estate dealers, 467
Ninth St., Oakland.
O BEDROOM SETS, OAK AND BLACK WAI,-
O nut; carpets, moqiiette and tapestry; to private
parties; no dealers. 209 Ellis st. \ ;
NLY $2100— HOUSE OF 6'ROOMS; BATH,
hot and cold water; lot 40x132 on Vernon St.,
adjoining Linda Vista Terrace, and having a mag-
nificent unobstructed view of the bay and the Pied-
mont hills : your own terms. Apply to HEBRON
& HOLCOMB. 1050 Broadway, Oakland. • ■
OR SALE AT A BARGAIN — 23% ACRES
orchard, commencing to bear — mainly prunes,
plums and apricots; rich soil; 20 minutes from
Oakland; good improvements. 'Address N. W.
WINTON, Real Estate Agent and Notary, «58
Broadway. Oakland.
T) ENEDICT & CO., REAL ESTATE AND LOAN
'JJ Agents, 457 Ninth St., Oakland: the oldest
firm in Oakland rents collected; business of ab-
sent owners promptly attended to.
L OKA BARGAIN; CHICKEN RANCH 12
1 <t}pi-£O\J, miles from Oakland: improvements
cost twice the amount I asked for the place. " W. E.
BARNARD & SON, 458 Ninth St., Oakland.
ff>9n MONTHLY FOR 5-ROOM COTTAGES;
tJp^iV/ plans free. F. BOEGLE, Golden Gate statn.
"VTICE 4-ROOM HOME ; 50x140 ; $900.' LODGE
Xi dt POWELL, Fruitvale station. . ; '■-,--:.?■
rM. M. DEWOLF, RENT COLLECTOR. 1050
" Broadway. '
©/IQ^n $1000 CASH; WORTH $6500: 9-
O~i '*JO\J . room modern house; nice stable: lot
50x150; a bargain; see it at once. WILLIAM P.
TODD, 1008 Broadway, Oakland. '
A "WEEK'S NEWS FOR 5 CENTS — THE
JA. WEEKLY CALL, in wrapper, for mailing.
OAKLAND FURNITURE FOR SALE.
■ FURNITURE AND CARPEt¥aT~Y ; OUR~OwS
J price. H. SCHF.LLHAAS. 408 Eleventh st.
* OAKLAND HOTELS.
VT largest hotel in Oakland; table . first class;
terms by week or month, moderate: trains to and
from San Francisco every 15 minutes: .cars from
Sixteenth-street station pass hotel; | sample-room
for commercial travelers on ground floor. ROBERT
GAY. Proprietor.
ALAMEDA REAL ESTATE.
ol^E^N^^T^T^E^TloliM^rWl^rH^LOT^
$800: an offer wanted for a lot 80x133, fin-
ished street. J. H. YOUNG, 1243 Park st.,
Alameda. : ; ,
■L>OR SALE— A LOT ON BROADWAY 60x148
X 1 feet, or 100x148 feet, facing the rising sun; the
widest street in the city and free from railroads ;
pleasantly located and only 2 blocks from the Park-
street broad-gauge depot. . For terms address F. K.
KRAUTH, 2412 Central aye., Alameda.
TF YOU WANT ~~ ~~~~ -•. .---.-*-, ,
J. A GOOD, SUBSTANTIAL AND STYLISH
HOME ■•• * -
CALL ON THE OLD BUILDING FIRM OF .
A. R. DKNKK, WEBSTER STP.EKT.
BERKELEY REAL ESTATE.
di; Ti AJv'a 5-room cottage with bath*,
«Jpi-J-Uv/. all>furniBhed; lot 80x127: easy terms.
Apply to W. C. MORAN, Lorin Station. Berkeley.
flfcVx' 5-ROOM COTTAGE: 50x135; $1650." F.
«jp±cl. BOEGLE, Golden Gate station. ; - :
T>EFORE YOU BUY ■
Be sure nnd inspect that handsome new 9-rcom
modern house just. being finished on Dwightway,
Berkeley ; 2 blocks from station and on electric-
car line.
Apply or address ■ - ■ .
-.--•.. J. L. BARKER, .. .:.- .*.. -..;.,:.-.
' ' -. Dwightway, Berkeley.
I WOULD LIKE YOU TO SEETHAT, PRETTY
cottage of 6 rooms; porcelain bath and all the .
latest improvements: in an orchard: all street •
work done; near the University and station. J. J.
MASON. Dwight Way station. i ■ '_..
l MARRIAGE LICENSES. ~_ ■
. Licenses to marry wera granted yesterday n
follows: ' .
I Victor G. Jeanville and Eva L. Haven, 23—16.
i John Best and Margaret Leamey, 33—32. •
' Edwin W. Schroder and Annie Kriete, 23—22.
' Jacob Sbuerman and Hanna Landecker, 39—29.
. Angelo Cassinelli and Asanta Solar), 33—24.
A.'A. Magulreand Minnie A. Munroe, 27—23. i
DIVORCE SUITS IJEIiUN.
Rose Schweizer vs. John C. Scbwelzer. ■•
- Lydla E. Millsap vs. Frank C. Millsap. . , r
BIRTHS— DEATHS.
■ [Birth, marriage ana death notices sent by man
will not be inserted. - They must be handed in at
either of the publication | offices and be indorsed '
with the name and residence of persona authorized
to have the same published. 1 '
■■;■;• .">"■" . BORN. ' ,-■' :. - .„; .
EWIG— In this city, July 14, 1895, to the wife of
Ernst Ewig, a son. ... ... ... ■ , , ..-, ■■:-;
GUNDERSON-In tbis'clty, ; July 12, 1895. to the
wife of Hart rick M. Gunderson, a daughter. :
MOSEBACH— In this city, July 13, 1895, to the
ifc wife of F. C. Mosebach, a daughter. ; * : . r '
ROSENCBANTZ— In this city; July 15, 1895, to ,
■• the wife of Gustavus Rosencrantz, a daughter. : ■
WEBER— In this city, July 13, 1895, to the wife Of '.
■William M. Weber, a daughter.
; MAItIUEO.;: • V -'.-..
PAINTER-In this city, July 14, 1895,
by the Rev. Dr. W. W. Case, James 11. Devine
B and Marie E. Painter, both of San Francisco. •
LEMONT— RAJA*— this city, July 1 15, 1895, -
:by the Rev. Dr. W. W. Case, George Lemont and '
'• Mercy Rajas, both of San Francisco. ; ■ ; - i ; .• :
MERSEREAU--SMITH-In this city, July 14,1895,
' : Frederick E. Merserean and Nellie A. Smith. '
POULIN— TINSON— In this city, 1 " July 7, 1895, J.
Armand Poulin and Elsie A. 'i'inaon. &gSft§£fssi I
PATTERSON— DOBER— In Los Angeles, I Jnly 7, '
<. 1898,' by the Rev. Dr. Gray, George C. Patterson •
lof Nebraska and Rose C. Dober of San Francisco. -
WELLS— In this city. July 14, 1895, by
Die Re v. r Dr. W. W. Case, John Edward Regan and ■
• Daisy Wells,' both of San Francisco.' --~ . . :. <« ;
WEINER-RIGA-In tbia city, 'July 14, 1885, by* i
■ the Rev. A. Brown, Max Weiner and Cella Riga, 1
A both of San Francisco. - \ ■■:■..- 1
DIED.
Auzerals, Nadia M. ■- ■ lover, James F.
A rhard, Adam ; v_ ■ Horun, John ■'■
Barr, Clarence ■ ' • r : Horn. Viola A. --
John C. . Kelly, Sarah Jane
Bedell, Mrs. C. J. \ Krausse, Philip F.
Carroll, Maggie " Levi, Leroy
Coyte, George ■ Mitchell, Bridget
Cotter, David F. McKeand, Mary T.
Christensen, Martin ■ McMahon, Walter H.
Dietrich, Henry naal«T, Mary
Earle, Elizabeth B. . l:;.i!i. Adelaide
Fragley, Mary E. ' Rademacher, Mary
Flynn, Catherine Terrill, Charles C.
Geraghty, Annie ,; Windsor. Leila E.
AUZKRAIS— In this clty7~July 16. 1895. Nadla
•Marie, beloved daugnter of Raoul and Eva
Auzerais, a native of San Jose, Cal., aged 8
months and 14 days. "
ARHARD— In this city, July 16, 1895, Adam Ar-
' hard, aged 64 years. * ' " '
BENZ— In this city, July 14. 1895, John C. Benz,
a native of Germany,- aged -74 years.
BARR— In this city, July 14, 1895, Clarence Barr,
a native of Ohio, aged 38 years. ' < . •
■ SSf Friends -and acquaintances are re«r>«ct;-
fully invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Wednesday), at 10:80 o'clock- a. m.. from the
parlors of H. C. Porter & Co.. 122 Eddy street.
Interment Cypress Lawn Cemetery.
BEDELL— In San Jose, July — , 1895, Mrs.Ceman-
tha J. Bedell, beloved mother of Mrs. Jennie
Peppin and Mrs. Ettie A. Oliver, a native of Day-
ton, Ohio, aged 62 years 4 months and 5 days.
HsF"Friends are respectfully Invited to' attend
f the funeral THIS . DAY (Wednesday).* at 11
o'clock a. m., from Taylor's Undertaking Parlors,
Twelfth street, Detween Broadway and Washing-
ton, Oakland. Interment Mountain View Ceme-
tery. „ „ t . .....
CARROLL— In this city, July 16. 1895. at her
• residence, 244 a Twelfth street. Maggie Carroll,
a native of County Cork, Ireland.
JB3TNotlce of funeral hereafter. .
COYTE— In this city. July 16, 1895. George, be-
S loved husband of Mary Coyte. a native of New
Jersey, aged 45 years.
fISS-The funeral will take place TO-MORROW
(Thursday), at 10:30 o'clock a. m., from the par-
lors of the Union Undertaking Company, 733
Mission street. : ' . '
CITRISTENSKN-In this city. July 15. 1895,
Martin Christensen, . beloved brother of H.
Nielsen of Ignacio, Mar'n county, Cal., a native of
Balluni, Schleswig; agi (1 26 yenrs 7 mouths and
18 days. [Omaha (Nebr.) papers please copy. I
tt£~ Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral TO-MORROW
.(Thursday), at 1:30 o'clock p. m.. from the par-
lors of Peterson it Gantner. 8 and 10 City Hall
square, thence to St. Paulns German Evangelical
Lutheran Church, corner £ddy and i.ciudi streets,
for services, commencing at 2 o'clock p.m. A
member of Dania No. '2. Interment I. O. O. F.
Cemetery. .j
COTTER— In this city. July 15, 1893, at his resi-
dence, 306 Valencia- street, David '•'.. beloved
son of Maurice and Catherine Cotter, and brother
of Peter J., Thomas *„ Mary X., Katie and Nora
Cotter, a native of San Francisco, aged 20 years
7 months and 18 days.
jB3~Frieuds and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral TO-MORROW
(Thursday), at 8:30 o'clock a. m., ; from hi-»
parents' residence, 306 Valencia street, tnence to
the Ola Mission Dolores Church, corner Sixteenth
and Dolores streets, where a solemn requiem high
mass will be celebrated for the repose of his soul,
commencing at 9 o'clock a. m. Interment* Holy
' Cross Cemetery. • ■".'.;- ;■
DIETRICH— In this city. July 16, 1895, Henry
Dietrich, a native of Baltimore, Md., aged 50
years.
EAKLE-In city, July 16, 1805, Elisabeth
Barker, wife of Hal ford Earle, a native of New
Bedford, Mass., aired 76 years and 9 months.
[New Bedford • (Mass.) and Rockland (Me.)
papers please copy.] ; .
FLYNN— In this city, July 16, 1895, Catherine,
beloved wife of Patrick Klyfin, and beloved,
mother of Timothy. James H., Joseph and Ada
Flynn, Mrs. B. W. West and Mrs. E. X. , Lund-
berg, a native of the Town of Sligo, Ireland, aged
63 years. [Riveraale (N. ,Y.) papers please
copy.J
Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invitea to attend the tunerai TO-MORROW
(Thursday), at 9:30 o'clock a.m., from her late
residence, 1903 Hyde street, thence to St. Brid-
get's Church, where a solemn requiem mass will
be celebrated for the. repose of her soul, com-
mencing at 10 o'clock a. m. Interment Mount
Calvary Cemetery. ' -. , ■ . :•;■<•
FRAGLEY— In this city, July 15, 1895. . Mary
Ellen, beloved daughter of Martin F. Fragley,
and sister of John 34., J. H., M. F. and A. W.
Fragley. a native of San Francisco, aged 19 years
8 months and 12 days. [St. Louis (Mo.) papers
please copy.] '•■ •
air Friends and acquaintances are resDect-
fully invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Wednesday), at 8:30 o'clock a. m., from her
late residence. 1210 Valencia street, thence to St.
James Church, corner Twenty-third and Guer-
rero streets, where a solemn requiem mass
will be celebrated for the repose of her soul,
commencing at 9 o'clock a. m. Interment Mount
Calvary Cemetery.
GERAGHTY— In this city. July 16, 1895. Annie,
beloved sister of Sarah Geraghty of San Fran-
cisco and John Geragnty and Mrs. F. Kelly, of
Boston, a native of Roscommon, near Athlone,
.Ireland, aged 40 years. [Boston papers please
copy. I
ffir Friends and • acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral TO-MORROW
(Thursday), at 8:30 o'clock a. m.. from the resi-
dence of Mrs. T. H. Monaghan. 1434 California
street, thence to St Bridget's Church, where a
requiem -high mass will be celebrated for the re-
I pose of her soul at 9 o'clock a. m. I Interment
Holy Cross Cemetery.
HORAN— In this city, July 15, 1895, John Horan,
, a native of County Cork, Ireland, aged 60 years.
' jQSrFriends and acquaintances and members of
the Pacific Coast Marine Firemen's Union are re-
spectfully Invited to attend the funeral THIS
DAY (Wednesday), at. 10 o'clock a. m.. from
the undertaking parlors of McGinn Brothers, 31
Eddy street. , Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.
GLOVER— In Oakland, July 14,. 1895, James F.
Glover, a native of Scotland, aged 63 years.
HORN— In this city, July 15, 1895, Viola Agatha
Horn, aged 1 year 2 months and 16 days. -
KELLY— In this city, July 14,1895. Sarah Jane, be-
loved wife of Timothy Kelly, and beloved mother
of Mary, James and Willie Kelly. Mrs. WtlWam
Parqner and Mrs. H. A. Miers. a native of County
Roscommon, Ireland, aged 56 years. - . - - «
jKT"Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Wednesday), at 9 o'clock a. m., from her late
residence. 2910 Sacramento street, thence to St.
Dominic's Church, where a requiem high mass
will be celebrated for the repose of her soul,
commencing at 9:30 o'clock a. m. Interment
Mount Calvary Cemetery. ■
KRAUSSE— In this city. July 15, 1895. Philip F.,
beloved son of Mrs. Delia Krausse, and brother of
Charles and Fred Krausse, a native of Connecti-
cut, aged 36 years 6 months and 2 days. . ,
JB3TFriend3 and ■ acquaintances are respect-
fally invitea to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Wednesday), at 'I o'clock p.m., from the fam-
ily residence, 526 Jessie street, between Sixth
and seventh. Interment I. O. O. F. Cemetery.
IROQUOISCLUB— Officers and members of the
■ Iroquols Club: You are requested to attend . the
' funeral of our l^e brother, Philip F. ' Krausse,
THIS DAY (Wednesday) at 2 o'clock p. if.,
from his late residence, 526 Jessie street, between
Sixth and Seventh.
JAMES J. FLYNN, President.
D. J. Gordon, Secretary.
LEVI— In this city, July 16, 1895, Leroy, infant
son of Nathan and Bertha Levi, aged 9 months
and 20 days. . : . • .
MITCHELL— In this city, July 15. ,1895, Bridget,
beloved wife of Patrick Mitchell, a native of
County Sligo, Ireland, aged 68 years.
JSSTFriends i ana acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Wednesday), at 8:30 o'clock a. m., from her late
residence. 139 Minna street, thence to St. Pat-
rick's Church, where a requiem high mass will be
celebrated for the repose of her soul, commencing
at 9 O'clock a. m. i Interment Mount Calvary
Cemetery. . Please omit flowers.
McCAULEY— In this city, July 15, 1895, Mary
MeCauley, a native of Ireland, aged 40 years.
McKEaND— In Oakland, Jnly 16, 1895, MAry
Theresa, wife of G. W. McKeand. .
' <B"Friends and acquaintances' are ■ respect-
fully invited to attend tne funeral TO-MORROW
(Thursday) from her late residence, 810 Thir .
teenth street, thence to the Church of the Ira
maculate Conception, Oakland, whereasolem
■ requiem high -mass will be celebrated for the re-
pose of her soul, commencing at 10 o'clock' a. m.
Interment St. Mary's Cemetery, Oakland. -
McMAHON— In Ross Valley, July 16. 1895, Wa1ter
H., beloved son of Walter H. and Mamie . Mc-
Mahon. and grandson of the late James McMahon
< and William ; tiny nor. a native of San Francisco,
aged 3 years and 5 months.
RATH— In this city, July 15, 1895, Adelaide, In-
fant daughter of Frank J. and Mary Rath, a na-
tive of San Francisco, aged 1 year 7 months and
14 days. fc&BSg
Friends I and : acquaintances are respect- '
fully Invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Wednesday), at 10 o'clock a. x., from the resi-
dence of her parents, 1623 Turk street. Inter-
ment Holy. Cross Cemetery. • : .
RADEMACHER— In thiscity, July 15, 1895, Mary -
-1 Rademacher, beloved mother of ' Mrs. B. Bauer, 1 *
Mrs. M. A. Lind. Mrs. F. Gaal and Sylvester
Rademacher, a native of Breslau, Prussia, aged
67 years and 7 months.
rERRILL— In Alameda, July 14, 1895, Charles C,
beloved husband of Annie H. Terriil. and father
of George C, Harry F., William A., Arthur H. and
Chester C. Terrill. a native of Wayne County,
Mich., aged 62 years 3 months and 20 days.
Friends ana ' acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral THI3 DAY
(Wednesday), at a o'clock p. m., from Odd Fel-
lows' Hall, corner Seventh and Market streets.
Funeral services under the auspices of Apollo
Lodge No. 123, I. O. O. F. Interment -I. O. O. F.
Cemetery. .
WARREN— In this city, July 16, 1895, William
8., beloved husband of Lucy Warren, a native of
Maine, aged 54 years 4 months and 5 days.vggs33s
-. jggy Friends • and acquaintances are respect-
■ fully invited to attend the funeral TO-MORROW
(Thursday), at 3 o'clock p.' m.. from his 1/ite resi-
d ence. 2901 Bush street- Interment Laurel Hill
.Cemetery." '<■- .;.-■.-■' .« -'V : ' .•''-•-■ •■:*-.■ ::.^
I UNITED UNDERTAKERS'
EMBALMING PARLORS. :
Everything Requisite for First-class Funerals :
„ - i at Reasonable Rates. ' .-■ ■ -.>
Telephone 3167. ■-- 27 and 29 Fifth street.' j j- '
r : McAVOY A CALLACHER, I
[ FUNERAL DIBFXTORS
20 Fifth St., Opp. Lincoln School.
■>:■" ; ': Telephone 3080. ; .
CYPRESS tAWH GEMETERY.
SAN MATED COUNT Yf NON-SECTARIAN;
L laid out on the lawn plan perpetual care ; beau-
tiful, permanent and easy of access; • see it before
buying a burial place elsewhere.' .
City Office. 9 City Hall Avenue.
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