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CITY REAL ESTATE.
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■Vi NEW. •
SEE them: new.
ENGLISH COTTAGE HOUSES,
NOW BUILDING, -
COR. CALIFORNIA ST. AND SECOND AVE.
Six new 2-story modern residences, 6, 7 and 8
rooms and bath: all conveniences; no two alike:
average price f 8600: for sale on easy terms: $1000
cash, balance monthly, covering 6 years' time;
• will be finished, about August 16: can make any
change desired by purchaser: the choicest offering
for home-seekers In the market : thev talk for them-
selves : see them to-day and call at* offlce for full
EASTON, ELD_IDG_ * CO., 638 Market st.
AN ELEGANT MISSION HOME
AT 'A - RE AT SACRIFICE.
REDUCED To $3250. ,
A handsome 2-story bay-window house of 8
rooms and bath, on Twentieth st., near Castro:
magnificent panoramic view of the city: recently
reduced from $4000; cost owner over $5500.
EASTON, ELDRIDGE A CO.. 638 Market st. .
A RARE chan. -•- - *
IV. choice WEBSTER-ST. FLATS.
..,,_, ~ Handy to town. ■
$6000— Three modern flats of 5. 4 and 3 rooms
and hath: in good condition; rents for $600 per
annum: these flats are being sold in order to make
a division of property and must be sold at once.
i EASTON, ELDRIDoE _ CO.,
- _^ 638 Market st.
_ BARGAIN ~ y ~-
THAT CAN'T BE BEAT.
SEE IT AND BE CONVINCED.
$4750— A handsome 2-story bay-window house
of 8 rooms and bath on the north side of California
St., near Baker; must be sold to close an Eastern
account. EASTON, ELDRIDOE A CO..
638 Market st.
Xy EDUCED FOR QUICK SALE.
. AY. BUSINESS PROPERTY.
A CORNER ON POLK ST.
$3000— An elegant lot; just the place for store
and flats; street work O. K.; unexcelled marine
View. EASTON, ELDRIDOE & CO.,
. *\ , .■"' y •-.■ 638 Market st.
WESTERN ADDITION RESIDENCE.
Tl MODERN AND ELEGANTLY FINISHED.
REDUCED TO $6500.
Devisadero St., near Washington; 7 rooms and
bath; lot 20x110; a line home at a bargain.
EASTON, ELDRIDGE A CO.,
638 Market St.
4 MISSION INVESTMENT,
jA. IMPROVEMENTS NEARLY NEW.
RENTS $1122 PER ANNUM.
$11.500— Three elegant flats and a store on Capp
street, corner in the best part of the Mission: al-
ways rented. EASTON, ELDRIDGE A CO.,
638 Market st.
CHOICE LOTS, READY FOR BUILDING,
AT BEDROCK PRICES.
SURE SPECULATION. CAN'T LOSE.
_onnn TWO LOTS ON DUNCAN st., nr.
— Uy/U. church, level and ready for building;
mortgage $1500 in the Hibernia Bank; can remain
if desired. !
OI'OIAA ON FOLSOM BOULEVARD, NR.
tJpZIUU. 14th: a fine lot, 25x125. This is big
value for the money.
<CO,ir»A 12 LOTS, INCLUDING ONE COR-
tJi^'tUV/. er in Excelsior Homestead, a short
"distance from electric cars; ready for building.
©07 £ A ON POINT LOBOB AVE., NE. COR.
v ■_ I OU. of 12th; one of the best and cheapest
corners in Richmond; size 32:6x100.
GQAflfl BAKER ST.. NR. WASHINGTON;
OOuuU. just the place for an elegant home;
one of the best neighborhoods in the city. Lot
EASTON, ELDRIDGE & CO.,
638 Market st,
WE LEAD FOR BARGAINS: OUR PRICES
If convincing: $503 or less cash, balance long
time. 2 modern fiats, larce lot, fine location, price
$8200; 6500 cash, $1700 mortgage, buys elegant
2-storv 7-room house, large lot, near Powell St.:
$100casn, balance on time, building lots, block
from 2 car lines. A. M. SPECK _ CO., 602 Mar-
• ia St., corner Montgomery.
J OUIS SCHLOSS. "
Rooms 24 and 25, Crocker Building, S. F.
REAL ESTATE !
IF YOU HAVE MONEY' TO LOAN ON REAL
estate I can place it for you; everybody wants
money. * .
<3_ QnArt AN " ELEGANT home, in a good
tjOUUI/. location: house of 9 rooms; all mod-
ern; don't fail- to see it if you want a home.
Q.s'O Z.f\fl CORNER BUSINESS PROP-
»y- J j-.OVV. erty: former tenant got rich; it is
the right place for the right man.
-. 4ftf\ CHOICE LOTS ON THE NOB HILL
t£rLVV. of the Potrero, near Union Iron Works.
<£ i£. A CHOICE LOTS IN BLOCK 191, NEAR
iJirtOV. the Rope Walk, Sugar Refinery, line of
P. P. R. P... and near China Basin, the terminal of
the San Joaquin Valley R. R. ; title perfect; in-
sured by the Title Insurance Co.; terms of sale
will be made to suit purchaser, $2 per week.
Rooms 24 and 25, Crocker Building, F.
nnrt LOT 6e :<"xl36 FEET; SPLENDID
tf>, LVVV. location; forced sale; a snap. -
$3200— 10-room bouse; new; near station -^street
.work done: worth more.
Manv other bouses and lots for sale in Berkeley.
CHAS. A. BAILEY, 46 Market St., or Berkeley
Q"lf»'A COTTAGE OF 4 ROOMS AND BASE-
-0-*-U«JU. ment, Humboldt St., near Kansas;
street work done. Inquire 2760V2 Harrison st.,
COTTAGE: FIVE ROOMS; LOT 25x100;
As large basement, etc. ; Jersey, near Douglass.
Inquire WILLIAM PLANT, NE. Twenty-fourth
m' xIO7:6— SW. COR. JERSEY AND DlA-
mond sts. Apply within.
OCEAN HOUSE ROAD AND SUNNYSIDE
ave.— Lots for sale on easy terms.
J. B. HILL, 630 Market st., 210 Sunnyside ave.
CjIQAA SMALL HOUSE, LOT AND FURNI-
*S>IOVV. tore. 12th ave., nr. park, south side.
WEEK'S - NEWS FOR 6 CENTS — THE
WEEKLY CALL, in wrapper, for mailing.
MONEY TO LOAN.
T\7*E CHARGE INTEREST ON EACH $100
>' loan op R. E. ; make loans from $200 up; on
anything mentioned this column. Loan, box 83, Ca11.
LIMITED AMOUNT OF MONEI TO LOAN
at 6 per cent on approved real estate. RENT-
ERS' CO-OPERATIVE investment co.,
room 8, 1170 Market st., San Francisco.
NY SUM. FIRST OR SECOND MORTGAGES.
city or country: lowest rates. Estates'. MUR-
PHY, 628 Market st.
A PRIVATE ENTRANCE IN REAR FROM
Is. O'Farrell street; private rooms for ladies and
rents; discreet gentlemanly attendants: at UNCLE
HARRIS' Collateral Association, 15 Grant avenue.
"VTO COMMISSION; COME TJ) THE LOANER
A\ direct for money on your pianos and furniture
without removing. 418 Ellis St., room 22.
OA"NS ON REAL ESTATE, IST AND 2ND
mortgages, furniture or-, pianos without » re-
moval; lowest rates. BECKER, 240 Montgomery.
ONEY LOANED ON JEWELRY' AND
fither valuables at the. Security Loan Office,
1108 Market st..nr. Mason ; private entrance 7 Turk.
ON FURNITURE AND PIANOS, WITHOUT
removal. Bm 68, Donohoe bldg, 1170 Market.
ANY 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 Ofiice, 9 Grant
ave.,.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
US. LOAN OFFlCE"""****"*"" MARKET ST., NR.
. Fourth; money on everything; private rooms,
BURROW MONEY ON YOUR DIAMONDS.'
Jewelry, furniture and pianos without removal-
lowest rates. Call or write to HARRY ANKEL <fe
CO', Mills bldg, 6th floor, r 6; strictly confidential.
IST AND, 2ND MORTGAGES, LIFE INSUR*
-.once policies, bank books. GOULD, 633 -Mantel,
OV ANT SECURITY. AT LOW RATES; DEAL-
ing- confidential. '43 Crocker building.
MUNICIPAL LOAN y 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: open
evenings. J. NOONAN, 1021 Mission st.
: jj>AßTlES~iK£viN^^ E Y~*TO*~lxTan'in
a small amounts of $200 to $2000 can place it
through us, free of charge, at 8 per cent interest
ger annum, payable semi-annually, secured by first
mortgage on Improved real estate in san 'Fran-
cisco, the titles to which 1 are guaranteed by the
California Title Insurance Compai y." We make
this lib-ral proposition in "order to meet the de-
mand fo - small loans. Ad .1.-.? us of the amount
you wish to loan, and we will submit" the security
for your approval." A.F.JOHNS «_ CO., financial
agents, room 9. 632 Market st., San Francisco.
______ _/ PHYSICIANS.^ _"__■_"_
RnEU>LA ; RALOIA, GOUT^S*l~E-
ciol attention to these diseases. J. A: McDON-
ALD, M.D., 1236 Market St., 2t04,7 to 8 P. m. . j
A HOME, A FRIEND AND MOTHER'S CARE.
-^V MRS. DR. FUNKE, 1416 Eighth st., Alameda.
CARPENTERS AND* BUILDERS. r>
HOUSES BUILT FOR $250 A ROOM;! PAR-
ties contemplating building are invited to call
and examine our plans. 1149 Mission st. "
COOMBS real estate.
"i— farm, li _ miles from town: Al bottom land;
small orchard . and I vineyard: fronting on broad
way; small improvements; a pretty situation; San
Francisco or Oakland property; $5000. D. H.
TWING, Sonoma City, Cal. '
— - - . .
T GUIS SCHLOSS. ■
$12,000 will buy one of the most beautiful places
01: the coast: 5 acres rents: well and near San . Ra-
fael : must be seen to be appreciated. ■
Fine place of 10 acres near San Jose ; cheap.
Rooms 24 and 25, Crocker building,
-y-y . San Francisco.
COMPLETE LIST OF IMPROVED FARMS
from $760 np in the -beautiful Ukiah, Napa
and Santa Clara valleys at extremely low prices;
the finest soil, climate and location; eall for par-
9 ACHES Al RIVER BOTTOM LAND
-I— i with 10 acres in 2-year orchard, in fine neigh-
borhood, 2 miles from Ukiah. Price only $1650.
IF YOU HAVE CITY OR OAKLAND PROP-
A erty to exchange for farms, vineyards or orch-
ards see us at once. .
P. H. JORDAN A CO..
• 188 Crocker Bldg., San Francisco.
B ESTABLISHED 15 YEARS.
EST SYSTEMATIZED LAND OFFICE IN AMERICA
N. D. SICKELS,
Sale and kxchantok of Ranch property a strict
specialty. By far the larokst list.
i 318 Post Street, bet. Stockton and Powell, S. F.
REDUCED FROM $5000 TO $4250, TO MAKE
prompt sale: 8 acres; bouse of 10 rooms and
bath; all modern conveniences; furniture, piano,
carriage, poultry; 20 varieties of fruit.
$200 per acre— lo acres fine fruit land; % mile
out in whole or part: easy terms.
PROWSE A BRADFORD, Haywards, Cal.
RANCH OF 100 ACRE'S: CLOSE TO BENICIA;
AV splendid place to make money on; will take
city property: price $10,000, PHILBRICK &
METCALF, L's4B Folsom st. .
"1 An ACRES: IMPROVED; NEAR TOWN; 12
IVV miles from Oakland. A. M. SPECK & CO.,
602 Market st. y ■
TF YOU WANT A RANCH FOR GRAZING
A purposes or an orchard already Improved, where
only small cash outlay is required, balance payable
in Bor 7 years, apply 326 Montgomery St.. S. F. j
97 ACRE* ALL LEVEL: ALL IN BEAR*
«— I ing: almonds nnd apricots: adjoins town in
Alameda County; good buildings; will exchanee
for income city property. Apply A.M. SPECK A
CO., 602 Market st. '
QOnOA LOT 240x135, IN BERKELEY';
ffiuUUU. nice cottaze, 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., S. I'., or Berkeley station.
THIS WILL INTEREST YOU. "*- - -
Our colony Is now established; already 25
families have decided to make their homes with
us. We are determined to develops 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 borne
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 sense 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. |
*\f ARIN COUNTY -5000 ACRES 28 MILES
1»A 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 ; 6end for circular.
Dairy for sale with or without cows.
SYNDICATE INVESTMENT COMPANY, 64
and 65. Chronicle building:.
CHEAPEST AND BEST IN AMERICA— THE
WEEKLY CALL, sent to any address in the
United States or Canada one year for $1 50, post-
SAN RAFAEL REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE IN SAN FA EL— COTTAGE OF 5
rooms and bath. Apply ZIERENBERG, West
End, or 401 Sutter St., S. F.
TO LEASE. Fvl
TO LET— FOR PRIVATE SCHOOL OR HOME;
In Santa Clara: excellent water, scenery and
climate; large building and grounds. Address H.
D., box 87, this office.
mO LEASE— CHOICE DAIRY OR STOCK
A ranch of 625 acres; cheap for term of years;
near city. Address F„ box 28, this office
TO LEASE, 3 OR 5 YEARS- DAIRY RANCH;
714 acres; 6 miles from Son Jose, 2y_ mile«
from railroad station : 400 -res fine tillable land,
balance pasture, slightly roiling I'nl; 77 dairy
cows and dairy outfit comp e.e. For full particu-
lars apply at once to A. It. FRITSCHI, 303 Callfor-
nia St., 8. F. :
' "^ __■ gSSS— s—___i — —^ mm
ANEW PROCESS— NO MEDICINE, INSTRU-
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 and sure call on men's
physician -.knowledge can be sont&used at home;ail
cases guaranteed. DR. POPPER, 318 Kearny st.
A SURE AND SAFE CURE FOR ALL
male diseases ladies 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 aud state
their case, they will find in her a true friend; all
consultation free and absolutely confidential; a
positive cure for the liquor, morphine and tobacco
habit: every case guaranteed without injury to
health. MRS. DR. GWYER, 226 Turk st., bet.
Jones and Leavenworth.
WANTED— TO CURE DROPSY SUFFERERS;
»» cured thousands of cases called hopeless;
book, testimonials and ten days' dropsy treatment
free by mail. DR. GREEN _ SONS, Atlanta, Ga.
LADIES. IF IRREGULAR CONSULT MRS.
EM ARY; sure cure. 6 Franklin, cor. . Market,
LADIES' LAVENA REMEDY THE ONLY
safe; guarantee preventive; absolute privacy.
Call or address LAVENA CO., 22 Kearny st., S.
F., Ist floor; hours 1 to 5, 7 to 9.
DR. RICORD'S ESSENCE OF LIFE FOR LOST
manhood: general weakness: three bottles $5.
STERN BROS.,druggists, sole ag'ts, 111 Grant ave.
THE LIGHTNING RHEUMATISM CURE
for chronic or inflammatory rheumatism; best
remedy on earth: price $3. MARTIN Remedy
Company, 2231 Mission st., S. F. > .
A UDEf'3""APHR,o" TABLETS— TH EGRE AT
modern remedy for the cure of neurasthenia,
Impotency, and all disorders of the sexual organs:
$1 a box : 6 boxes $5 ; send for circular. WIDBER'S
Drug Store, 14 Ellis St., sole agent.
ALL FEMALE IRREGULARITIES RE*"
stored in one day: no. instruments: French
remedies guaranteed at any time; consult free.
MRS. DR. WYETH, 916 Post st., near Larkin.
ALPEAU'S FRENCH PILLS, A BOON TO
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.
DU-PRAE'S FEMALE REGULATING PILLS;
safe and efficient emmenagogue; $1 per box.
RICHARDS & CO., druggists, 406 Clay, sole agts.
ALL LADIES CONSULT ">REE — MRS. - DR.
DAVIES, 14 McAllister st.. near Market;
leads all competitors: only qualified, trusty spe-
cialist for safe, quick relief et irregularities, no
matter what cause; treatment | scientific, harmless
and painless; never fails; home in confinement.
DR. RICORD'S PILLS; EXPRESS $2 60: SAFE,
sure, reliable: Rlcord's specialties, females.
Malson et Cie. Agts. ROOT'S. Sixth and Howard.
LADIES — CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH PEN-
J nyroyal Pills (Diamond Brand) are the best:
safe, reliable; take no other; send 4c, stamps, for
particulars, "Relief for Ladles," In letter by return
mail; at druggists. Chichester Chemical Company,
Philadelphia, Pa. . -..■ , . -• ...
ALL LADIES IN TROUBLE CONSULT THE
only reliable specialist in San Francisco; In-
stant relief: $500 paid for any case I cannot cure;
board: skillful attention during confinement; spe-
cial attention to diseases of the eve; ■ advice free-
confidential - MRS. DR. SCOTT, 110y_ Turk su
MRSi I»h. WEGENER, PRIVATE : HOME
for all female diseases: separate homes for la-
dtes before and during confinement; have enlarged
and arranged my home to suhv«rlcb and poor; ir-
regularities cored in a day : guaranteed: no 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 12111A Mission now 1508 Market st. ; month-
y Irrecularitles cured ln a few hours; euar_t__"
no instruments used : sure preventive. •^." ukWßi «,
DR. ALU 14 MCALLISTER, S*ECOND FLOOR.
next Hibernia Bank: diseases of women y
PRIVATE HOME IN CONFINEMENT: GER*"
man midwife. MRS. POWELL. 1310 Mission/
]YT ICE PRIVATE HOME IN CONFINEMENT
». _:^H.S^ reasonable price In the city. MRS.
M. PFEIFFER, midwife, 2014 Folsom st. .
TF IRREGULAR OR ANY FEMALE DISEASE
X see Mrs. Dr. Puet 7 . and be content. 254 4th.
'STORAGE : - y
WILSON BROS., 1710 'MARKET STREET—
JFf Get our rates 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. •-.,..; -/ r yyy• • r,
TORAGE ;FU RNIT » PI AN OS, MDSE •
O advances. LIEBES S. W. CO., 906 Market, r. 4.
1 FURNITURE, • PIANOS AND ; OTHER MKR-
' chandise received on storage; money advanced
on consignments: fire-proof building. | 410 Post st.;
STORAGE OF FURNITURE, PIANOS, HOUSE*
hold goods, etc. J. M. PIERCE, 735 Market st.
IRST-CLASS STORAGE : ADVANCESMADR*"
1 421-423 Market su CHAS. I* TAYLOR.
THE SAN FR UISCO> CALL, TUESDAY, JULY 23, 1895.
HOUSES TO LET.
• /JO?*. MINNA,- BET. f7eTh"aNiTsIXTH— 5
: rooms and every modern Improvement. „/
[ (*] '"FELL FINE 2-STORY HOUSE; 9
V I O rooms; all modern Improvements; rent re-
' duced. Apply 617 Fell st. .
• "IT (* TURK STREET. *
11D HOUSE OF 45 ROOMS.
O. F. VON RHEIN A CO., y
513 California. street.
O LET-CHEAP: HOUSE; 5 ROOMS; GOOD
basement; rent $16. 1145 Folsom St.; key ln
the corner store. •: y ' .-..: .;*;••:
1 Al Ql ELLIS— HOUSE: 7 ROOMS; BATH;
lttlt/3 $18. Apply 626 Eddy st. .-. ,
HOUSE: 7 ROOMS AND BATH. INQUIRE
124 Ash ave., near Van Ness.
" QUNNY' HOUSE 6 ROOMS, BATH, GAS.
J lO 524 Va Turk st., near Larkin: rear.
' 2fTOO MISSION — 2-STORY • BAY-WINDOW
A I AO house. 6 sunny rooms: bath; - large base-
ment; yard; rent low to good tenant.
' 90 TWENTY-THIRD ST., BET. YORK AND
— O Hampshire— House of 6 rooms and bath;
large yard: modern improvements. y ■_
■ AjTo HOUSE 8 ROOMS. APPLY 121 PAGE
■ «JpO. street. v*y ':AAi
1 ?il 9 TAYLOR— SUNNY ROOMS: LARGE
A I.A yard and garden: fine marine view.
"^"PACIFIC HEIGHTS HOUSE; BROOMS
; t^i"iO. with every convenience and marine view.
1738 Broadway, near Gough at.
UNNY' HOUSE— SBO EDDY, NEAR LARKIN;
9 rooms; bath; rent $30; water free.
T ATEST STYLES IN HOUSES TO RENT AT
, XJ BALDWIN & HAMMOND'S. 10 Montgomery.
C~" OTT A7iE*WITH L ARG E" GARDEN SEVEN
teenth St., nr. Valencia. BALDWIN _ HAM-
' BOND. 10 Montgomery st.
mo RENT FURNISHED: 2 ■ FRONT ROOMS
! Ain nsw second-story fiat, with: privilege of kit-
! chen; cheap to riuht party; Union St.. near Bu-
; chanan. Address Union, box 68, Call Office. . .
FIN ELY FURNISHED COTTAGE: 5 ROOMS;
. bath, gas, stove; rent reasonable; fine mariue
view; 10 to 12 a. m. 2441 Larkin st. '.-:"/>.:
<5>99 KA NICE COTTAGE, " COMPLETELY
; <4p— A.OV. furnished; 6 rooms, bath, basement;
, yard for chickens; barn: lovelv place; near boule-
. vard. Lake Merritt, Oakland. 1020 Oak st.. Oakland.
I "■ "- ! ".LL ■' '. i LL— '■ 'I
COTTAUES TO LET.
Germania st., bet. Fillmore ana Steiner.
All DOLORES, NR. SEVENTEENTH-COT-
'ix J- tag? 4 rooms, bath.
OTTAGE OF 4 ROOMS, BATH AND CELLAR,
669 Walnut ave., bet. Post and Sutter, Octavia
[ I and Lacuna.
• 1 ATEAT COTTAGE; 5 ROOMS: BATH; CEL-
'■ j -IN lar; yard. 1127 Twentieth St.; $15. .. : r
COTTAGE 3 ROOMS; $8. APPLY 38 VICTOR
st., between Seventh and Eighth, off Bryant.
SUNNY" COTTAGE, 4 AND 5 ROOMS: BATH,
basement, yard: cheap. Cor. Dolores and 15th.
'. j Gj "l 1 COTTAGES; 4 ROOMS: Y'ARD: SUN.
«Ip L L Rincon ave., Second St., near Brannan.
OTTAGE - 6~ ROOMS;" - BATH : LAUNDRY;
chicken-yard; fine marine view; all modern
Improvements; Green st.. bet. Octavia and La-
guua. Inquire 2619 Octavia st,. near Green.
; FLATS TO LET.
I 3 NEW FLATS; 4 AND 5 ROOMS AND BATH ;
! O yard; cellar; modern improvements: if desira-
! ble stable for horse and buggy; rent reduced. 17
j Sharon st., bet. Fifteenth and Sixteenth, Church
■ and Sanchez. s"■;.-".^"^ ' ,
| Of* A GROVE, NEAR GOUGH— SUNNY flat
1 j OV"! 6 rooms, alcove and hath; rent reasonable.
""""TE W BAY-WINDOW FLAT 8 ROOMS, BATH;
AN 1 or 2 families: $27. 909 Folsom, near Fifth.
. A F'LAT— 3 ROOMS. 418 FULTON"""It"''
«Jp lU. bet. Gough and Octavia.
Qj I ft SUNNY FLAT-6 ROOMS, ETC. 628
AO. Harrison St., bet. Second and Third.
I ~(S_-\ £. BAY-WINDOW FLAT— 4 ROOMS. 14
; <C?A_*. Moss, off Howard, bet. Sixth and Seventh.
UNNY CORNER FLAT— 6 ROOMS: BATH;
perfect order; rent $25. 1316 Webster st.
, Q99A UNION, NEAR JONES — ELEGANT
tf) <-ii-i sunny flat; 5 rooms; bath; with use of
piano Or without ; reasonable.
IjiLEGANT CORNER UPPER FLAT; 5 ROOMS,
J bath, laundry and stable, 3 stalls; wagon room;
$20. 216Va 23d at. j
UPPER FLAT 5 SUNNY ROOMS: BATH.
1611 Taylor St., bet. Pacific and Broadway.
• "VTEW, ELEGANT 5 AND 6 ROOM FLATS;
1 AN all modern conveniences; $25 and $27 50.
- 1710 Hyde st. . '
Q99 :^ "'- ,8 SACRAMENTO— 7 ROOMS;
t&AA.OV. gas; bath: fine view.
"aj«7 3-ROOM F'LAT. b'22~ WARD ST*
; "VTEW MODERN FLAT; 7 ROOMS: BATH;
-i-N fine yard. 2333V_ Mission st., nr. Twentloth
"VTEW SUNNY UPPER FLAT:- • ROOMS:
; II bath: basement; $19. 1007 Oak st. .. ;y
COZY FLAT— ROOMS; BATH; STATION-
ary washtub; rent $18. 1165 Howard st.
__9A SUNNY "UPPER FLAT 6 - ROOMS;
WAV, bath. 202 Fillmore St.. near Halght.
. 9 FLATS; 4 AND 6 ROOMS; BATHS; $12
A and $16. 135 Fair Oaks, near Twenty-third.
2 FLATS: 6 ROOMS; BATH; 1 FURNISHED ;
other unfurnished. 422 Page st
PPER - FLAT; 4 LARGE SUNNY ROOMS;
gas; bath: bay-window; big yard. 725 Minna.
919 TWELFTH-UPPER FLAT OF ROOMS
ALA and bath: modern Improvements.
LATOF4ROOMS; BATH AND CELLAR; 311
Linden ave. Apply 310 Fell st.
9 NEW SUNNY FLATS; MODERN IMPROVE-
• A ments. SE. corner Fulton and Devlsadero sts.
90 VALENCIA— 4 ROOMS. IN GOOD OR-
AO der; bouse open and owner on premises.
1"1 AQ UNION— 7 ROOMS, BATH, $21 50; 806
AAvO Union, 4 rms.. $11; 26 Minna, 4 rms., $12.
<2»I pi NEW FLAT; 4 ROOMS AND BATH
tjPA_*. 933 Alabama st., nr. Twenty-first
SUNNY FLAT; B ROOMS; BATH- GAS;
good view. Twentieth and Dolores; cheap.
"I 091 HAIGHT, NR. BRO -NICE
IVAI sunny 6-room flat; good view; near park.
Of) ft AND 916 BUCHANAN— MODBRN BAY-
OW window flats; 5 rooms, bath; $17.
ffilA-il - UPPER FLATS, 3 ROOMS
AV . each ; cellar. 39 Dore, nr. Harrison and 9th.
Q"j f* 6-ROOM FLAT: BATH; SUNNY""
LV. 929 Nineteenth st., off Castro. .:
4Q71 HAIGHT ST.— UPPER KU^NY FLAT
j:0 4 2 4 rooms, basement; rent $12.
HOICE FLATS; 1010 AND 1012 MASON, 1018
Vj and 1030 Sacramento sts.; 5 and 6 rooms; bath.
Apply 320 Sansome st.. room 4.
OZY' FLATS: 8 AND 34 HANOVER PLACE,
v^ off Sacramento, below Mason; 5 rooms; bath.
FLAT: 4 ROOMS! $10 A MONTH. 716 NATO-
ma St., bet. Eighth and Ninth.
E. COR. EIGHTEENTH AND CASTRO— UP-
per flat of 6 rooms and bath; stable; In good
order; rent $16. Apply L. A. 80UC A CO., 466
and 467 Valencia, near Sixteenth. ».
"I A GROVE, NEAR CITY HALL-ELEGANT
LV flat, 5 rooms and bath.
J ATEST STYLES IN FLATS TO RENT AT
J BALDWINS HAMMOND'S. 10 Montgomery.
BBS3B__— SB^ m^ mm^^ M^w^i^^wa
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS. ■
*±V*J rooms; also single; nicely furnished new
house. , '
7]QI BRYANT-2 NICELY FURNISHED
i AQ2 , connecting rooms; every convenience.
f'DO BUCHANAN, COB. FELL— OR SUN]
WA ny furnished rooms; complete.
9 0 1 CALIFORNIA ST.— 3 ELEGANT FUR-
AOOL nished rooms for housekeeping; cheap.
"I __Q CLARA, BET. FOURTHAND FIFTH—
AtfcO housekeeping rooms. .' '^WkWBSSSkWSBHStkTt
£'1 rt. ED D Y — BUN N Y HOUSEKEEPING
Ul 1 suites; completely furnished; large yard;
Other rooms. '
QOnl OL S O M— NICE QUIET HOUSE-
t/O" '2 keeping room; stove: closet; private fan-
lly; $8. *■■ ■■■.■>-.. ..:. ■■-'■■ ■■' -■ ■ . .-■■/
-\ A A HAIGHT —2. OR 8 SUNNY CORNER
IVV rooms *nd bath; nicely furnished; private
family; reasonable rant. f • -
*n^H¥RM*ANN7N*"R. VALENCIA— LARGE
AO front rooms, singe or en suite; bath; gas.
"I QX_ HOWARD, COR. TENTH -2 SUNNY
LOOI: furnished housekeeping, rooms; ranee;
bath; $10. " . . : . .: -. : i y y - ,-
"1 £. LEWIS, OFF TAYLOR, NEAR POST— S_I
iv large unfurnished rcom and kitchen. ;,,./; _
Ql ?*~mTn N A— CHEAP HOUSEKEEPING
OIU rooms; also single room, y
071 , MINNA-FURNISHED LARGE . BASE-
01l ment room; stove; closets; private family.
"1 A^C OR 1125 MISSION— SUNNY ROOMS
LVOO for housekeeping; children taken; other
rooms: Cheap. * ■
r/^T MISSION,. NEAR SECOND— SUNNY
QUA bedroom and kitchen, furnished; rent $10. t
11 07 MISSION - FURNISHED* SUNNY
A 1 ') I front suite; suitable bousekp: reasonable.
77 NINTH— 3 NICELY FURNISHED HOUSE*"'
* I keeping rooms: reasonable.
Ql OAK -2 NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS,
u A complete for housekeeping ; rent $14. >:
RO7 PINE-ROOMS all COMPLETE FOR
UU * housekeeping; all prices; en suite or single.
1 4 OR 1 " POLE-UPPER FLOOR; 3 OR 4 SUN*"
AIVU2 ny rooms, newly furnished for house-
keeplng: adults only: bath : gas, -y • ■ .. V?
I Oft SEVENTH-NICE SUNNY FURNISHED
XUU housekeeping rooms: veranda; yard; cheap.
"I 07 SEVENTH - 'A- SUITES OF HOUSE*-
AO I • keeping rooms, $8 and" *l2 a month; also
rooms. .-.-.. -». *, -, :,-.»
■IPL 7 SEVENTH - LARGE ROOMS FOR
XUt housekeeping: reasonable. "y .-. ' .yy
1 or SILVER - TWO , BUNN t.\ FURNISHED
-t-UU rooms for housekeeping; near Fourth st/wi£
__9A BIXTH-NEATLY FURNISHED SUITE;
"XAU good ; stove: ; quiet ." house; » every 3 conven-
ience; $10. " : ''-'^___ial.
HOUSEKEEPING ' ROOMS -Continued.
sixth-nice"sunny FRONT HOUSE-
AO'I keeping and single rooms. '-y ; ','■-*. yy- .y '
1 7HQ STOCKTON— 2 CONNECTING ROOMS,
A.' I furnished complete for housekeeping. g
1 STOCKTON— 2 ROOMS, NICELY FUR-
IOAV, nished for housekeeping; also single ones;
cheap; sunny. Af. "A. ■ :".'A,-A"..: ' ■
'raiRDV-im o1 *" 1 " FURNISHED HOUSE-
OAA keeping suites, I $8, $8, $11; I single, $1 to
$1 SO.-;. .■ ■ ■'.: *■■■ -.: ■:--.■:- - -^A^: ■:.■ /-., :-:.,.X-y.
ldl7 TURK - 3 UNFURNISHED SUNNY
IDI i rooms with every convenience: rent mod-
erate. !•;; -;yyy ■■■;•■ ; -t- "; ,'y y;.y-..yy ;
IIC l: 26TH,' NEAR MISSION— 3 NICELY
A lu% furnished housekpng rms; $10; suite $8.
OR 3 NICE SUNNY' - ROOMS FURNISHED
for housekeeping. 646 Stevenson st. , : ,>- .. ;
0 SMALL ; ROOMS, NICELY" FURNISHED;
A kitchen if desired; . 527»/_ Geary st. ... ■■
4 SUNNY ROOMS: GAS AND BATH. 1023
Twenty-fourth St.; Mission st. cars pass the
door: rent $11 50. - '• ' . •
' : ROOMS TO LET.
OACi out power. - 1 '<■-'■', ' ' ••■-■- - - .-.. ■■- ;■•■■■■
*! I Q EDDY— BEAUTIFUL FRONT SUITE;
AAO other newly furnished rooms $6 up.
C A,! -EDDY — HANDSOMELY , FURNISHED
OVI suite, light housekeeping: reasonable. . ;
Li) ELLIS — SUNNY FRONT- SUITES; SIN-
IA gle; transient ;jlay or week. M.GRANT.
QO7 ELLIS-NICELY. FURNISHED SUNNY
OA i: suite: double rooms: running water; cheap.
17 07 . ELLIS— FURNISHED ROOMS OR EN-
IOI tire floor: cheap to good tenant:' fine sur-
roundings; well-kept garden: house newly painted.
Ql 7 FULTON"— LARGE SUNNY- FRONT
01 I rooms, furnished and unfurnished.
1 «Q*oTgRO*VE — NICELY FURNISHED
IVAO'A room. close to the park. y .
7701 HARRISON*, NEAR FOURTH—
i i Ai% ly furnished sunny rooms; bath; closet;
$1 a week. '•-•. :■ ■ • •■'■-' •■■.■■
Ql A HARRISON-3 ROOMS, BATH, UNFUR-
tJxV nished: $12, with water. -:
-I OAQI HOWARD — NICELY FURNISHED
lAVtJ'i room for 1 or 2 gentlemen: $7 a month.
"I f)- A HOWARD-LARGE SUNNY FRONT
1 _»)'! room for one or two; very cheap.
1 AQ JESSIE- LAFAYETTE HOUSE; NICE-
IVu. ly furnished rooms; quiet; central; tran-
sients desired, i' . ■ y
0\ A f|n MARKET, IT. FOURTEENTH AND
AIIV Fifteenth— Sunny front bedroom, kitchen,
connecting closets: sink: bath; laundry: $6.
'/TfxQ MoALLISTER-5 SUNNY ROOMS AND
ivu bath ; large yard.
(*r*f7 MINNA, COR. EIGHTH— FUR-
DO I nished bay-window rooms; $1 a week.
Ql Q OAK — SUNNY' ROOM IN PRIVATE
_jlO family; reference.
1 rT POLK, NE"ar"MARKET— SUNNY FRONT
14 double or single rooms: $5 to $12.
OA7 POST— FURNISHED" FRONT
AV I suites, first floor, suitable for vapor baths,
etc.; also single rooms; cheap. ■
"I IHO POST— PARLOR FLOOR OF 3 UN-
IIVU- furnished rooms; light housekeeping.
CO SECOND— DOUBLE ROOMS, WEEK $150
OA to $3; single. $1 to $1 60; night. 20c to 50c. *
QQ SIXTH ST.. THE H_LLSDALE-SUNNT
00 rooms: single and en suite: $1 to $1 50 a day.
QQAI SUTTER" THE" SHASTA— A 1 ROOMS
OAVz at up-to-date prices: formerly $5 to $6,
now $2 60 per week to first-class roomers.
"ffl - THIRD-8 FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET.
Q"1 7 THIRD— LARGE SUNNY FRONT; j_N
01 i suite or single :$1 25t055 week to $20 mo.
1 A TURK— NEW MANAGEMENT: NICELY
It: furnished sunny rooms: prices reasonable;
transients.;., .-..-.■ • .-.■..
Ql A TWENTIETH— 2 FURNISHED ROOMS;
t7l^r suitable for light housekeeping: eheap.
Ql A TURK— NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS;
Oltt with or without board.
7Qzt VAN NESS AVE.— LARGE FRONT
I t/o: sunny room; $8. ■ ,-'
3 VERNON PLACE, OFF HAWTHORN—
Sunny furnished rooms, single or double, with
bath ; rent cheap.
Q LARGE SUNNY UNFURNISHED -ROOMS;
A cheap. 919 Golden Gate ave.
ARLINGTON HOUSE, 187 KEARNY— PLEAS-
ant sunny rooms, en suite and single; first.class
ln every, respect; terms reasonable. -
I?LEOANTLY FURNISHED PARLOR SUITE
J for physician or professor; also large room with
alcove; strictly private family. Inquire at 1812
Bush st., from 2 to 5.' *
EUROPE HOUSE, 1169 MISSION— NICELY
J furnished rooihs, single or en suite; transients.
I^VERETT, 55 SECOND-FAMILY HOUSE:
J new manacement; respectable: sunny rooms;
reasonable: transients solicited. M. DALTON. prop.
J* 1 ) 1 1 RENT— TO IOR 2 GENTLE
A? nicely furnished sunny front bay-window room;
all modern eonvenlences": located about 8 blocks
from- Kearny, and Market sts.: private family;
references required. Address C. D., box 1. Call.
RAND SOUTHERN. COR. SEVENTH AND
T Mission— Rooms all light; water, gas and electric
bells: elevator runs from 7 a. it. to 12 p. m.: single,
50 cents: suites, $1 day; $2 60 and $5 week up.
"\TEW FY E N fTe" HOUSE, 1314 STOCKTON
AY st.— Sunny front rooms; suites or single: by
day, week or month: PH. MAY'SOUNAVE, prop.
OIHITSH AN APARTMENT HOUSE; 129
: I new sunny rooms; strictly respectable; half
price of best hotels, with equal accommodations;
very central. 28 Eighth st., near Market.
•VrOSEMITK HOUSE, 1045 MARKET, BET.
A Sixth and' Seventh— Single and suites; "per
night, 35c to $1: week, $1 50 to $6; families. .
A WEEK'S NEWS FOR 5 CENTS— THE
IV. WEEKLY CALL, ln wrapper, for mailing.
BOARDING AND ROOMS.
U__l.) and single; best board: reasonable.
899 A R LARGE FRONT -- OR BACK
AA sunny, rooms: running water; all conve-
niences of home in a private family; excellent
board if desired: yard.
OAO SEVENTH— GERMAN LADY' WOULD
AVO give good board and room reasonable.
91 VAN NESSAVE.-BEING THOROUGHLY
A I renovated; . nice sunny front rooms, with
board or privilege of light housekeeping.
OTEL BERTLING, 714 HUSH-OPENED AS
. a family hotel ; references given and required ;
all modern conveniences. .■ . -■ ■■
small child to board. Address 119V_ Lang ton.
T ADY WITHOUT CHILDREN WOULD LIKE
A- small child to board. Address 1522a Fell at.
STORES TO LET. : /-v;
ts) lO., Apply A. M. SPECK, 802 Market st.
HALF STORE TO RENT • REASONABLE:
suitable for apy kind of business. . 705 Polk st.
SALOOH; 7 ROOMS;, -FURNISHED;
very cheap it sold this week. - 611 Howard st. .
STORE, 1624 HOWARD "ST.. CORNER. OF
Lafayette; cheap for any business, with fix-
tures. Apply 2838 Mission st., M. CURRAN.
W ANTED-STORE, SUITABLE FOR GRO-
cerv; corner,' and .rooms attached preferred.
Address Store, box 142. Call Offlce. V
HEAP RENT— STORE; ALSOLAROEBASE-
ment.' California and Hyde, adjoining car-house.
ATA SACRIFICE— GROCERY AND BAR*,
Ix. with living-rooms: cheap rent. Apply J. J.
COMERFORD, SE. cor. Duncan and Dolores at.
Al A KEARNY— SUITABLE for STATION-
-lv ery or general business; . rent - reduced.
EASTON, ELDKIDOE A CO., 638 Market st.
Ol\7 AND 209 POLK-VERY NICE STORES:
AV % between Grove and Fulton; 4 rooms; $20.
LIQUOR-STORE,: WITH 2 LIVING-ROOMS,
fixtures/etc; ready to open. 360 Brannan. .
OR RENT— 'A CORNER. STORE; GOOD
stand for drug or grocery business. Apply W.
B. CLUFF, 17 Sixth St. "
J~OUR-STORY BRICK AND IRON BUILDING
' and basement, 508 Sacramento st., containing
elevator, power, . etc.: ; rent $80. Apply \ DAVID
STERN A SONS.' 20 Montgomery st. ■ .-.; ■:; ;, . j
,-'".' '■'■'' OFFICES yTO LET.' _. yy
' McAllister st. y -^ ,-■-.-. .-'■'■ -■ ■ ■ ;-y. ..■-.. y.yr' .
aVo LET— LARGE SUNNY* SUITE OF OFFICES
1 on ; first' floor; rent reduced, [ 12 Montgomery
St., rooms land 2. ;<: - '.-.-■ . i-y-y.,;,,
IfLEGANT OFFICES IN 1 NEW SPRECKELS
_ building, '". 925 Market: rents low; no extra
charge for gas, janitor services or beating. | Apply
at blinding or o. U. UMBSEN & CO., 14 Montg. st.
' I ' _ '" I'l 1 1 .11
: :.y.-.. y... .*,..; -DENTISTS. ......
ranted. DR.J. W. KEY, 1122 Market st. ...
R. J. J. LEEK, " 1206 MARKET, COR. GOLDEN
Gate ave.— Open evenings; Sundays till noon.
RREA,BbOTURK ST-ALL DENTAL WORK
at lowest prices and warranted ; open evenings.
R. GEORGE W. LEEK, THE GENUINE
Leek dentist, discoverer of painless extraction
and patented of improved bridge work or teeth
without any plate, moved from 6 to 20 O'Farrell st.
"AT CHA LFANTS'S> M ASON.COR. MARKET;
A sets of teeth ore mode to please or no charge;
on bridges, crowns nnd gold plates prices reduced;
small rfold fillings only $2; painless extraction.? ;y
C ROOME DENTAL ASSOCIATION, 769 MART
XJ ket, bet. 3d and 1 4tn, gas I specialists; only reli-
able agent for. paimess extraction: artificial teeth
frm $6; fillings from $1 ; extracting BOa with gas sl.
"<_"*7 A SE'i' FOR TEETH: : WARRANTED A3
m •• good as can be made; filling $1. DR. SIMMS,
dentist, 930 Market St., next Baldwin Theater. gjgji
DR" ST""*"" '.YOUNG. 'BRIDGES "AND TEETH \
. without plates a specialty. 1841 Polk st."'.-:- ..-.
D ""ft." LUDLUM HILL, a 1443 " MARKET * ST„
near Eleventh,; no charge for extracting when
plates am . made; . old - plates made over like new;
teeth from $8 per set; extracting 50c; gas given, y
("Bolton j dental ASSOCIATION. 806 MAR-
J ket at. F DB.' CHARLES .W. DECKER.
.-■.--.■-■-■■•-<--■ -. - .
PERSONALS. ; ' ' : * " " ,---
AFTER HAVING BEEN ENGAGED <IN
business for 24 years, T' am about to; retire.
■ Any claims or demands will be paid at my resi-
dence, 1525 Leavenworth st., where I will be glad
; to ■ receive : friends : from 11 a. m. to 2p.m. ; every
day. -L. C. JANCOVICH. y . A ,:>:A A '■"■' ■': V !
WELL-KNOWN ' . EXPERIENCED LIQUOR
traveler on this coast wishes to change houses:
has trade; willing and able to I give ' good security.
' Address L. T., box 62, Call Offlce. : y y ';": y;'
IPLEUTRIO AND MKIiICATED BATHS. 121
J Montgomery st^ room 6: hours 10 to 10.».av.' ■>
GENTLEMAN WANTS LADY PARTNER IN
money-making business.; B, Box 3, Call Office.
ARTISTIC DANCING ; TAUGHT TO ;.. CHll^-
dren. Saturday afternoon at IRVINE'S, 927
i Mission st. .. -y-,- v-Ayyy^yyy-y .'y.'vy...-
H IGHEST PRICE PAID LADIES', GENTS',
children's cast-off clothing. „ I. F., IS Russ st.
A NNULMENT * OF ' MARRIAGE -AND DI-
; A vorce: legal everywhere. Address P. O. box
2263, San Francisco, U. S. Divorce Bureau.' -.-y '
LADIES— FOR TAILOR- SUITS. JACK-
J ets and capes at wholesale prices, 1162 Market
St., bet. Turk st. and Golden Gate ave. 1 - ■:>/ .- - vy •:
R. C. E. FARNUM HAS MOVED TO THE
Nucleus building, cor. Third and Market sts. y
ADY ICE FREE; DIVORCE AND PROBATE
laws a specialty; I suits, Superior, Justice and
Police Courts; terms reasonable: collections, etc. G.
' W. HOWE, att'y-at-law, 860 Market, cor. Stockton.
C*~ HAS. L. SHEAHAN, 324% FIFTH-PAINT-
Ing, paper-banging and whitening at low rates.
NE MORE CUT— . . T~ ■ • ■;. <t --y-
Oak Roll Top Desks ..........$l4 to $35
Oak Chiffoniers.....;...... .......From $10 up
Oak Bed Sets ..;... $17 50 up
Oilcloths and Lin01eum5.... ............. .....30c up
Stoves and Ranges ........................$_ up
Thousands of bargains. We keep everything. ;
Cash or time payments. J. NOONAN,
1017-1019-1021-1023 Mission St.. above Sixth.
HAIRDRESSING. 25c, ANY STYLE: ESTAB.
lisbed in 1869; Pioneer Hair store. BERTHA
SPITZ. 11l StooKton st.; strictly one price only. | •
LL COURTS: ATE LAW MATTERS.
LAW Y'ER McCABE. 1027 Market ; advice free.
1 AHA ness CARDS, $1.50: SENT FREE,
■ IVVV city or country. HILL, 724y 2 Market st.
CABINET, ELECTRIC. STEAM _ AT 50c;
chronic and acute diseases treated, $6 a month
up; solar bath $1 ; oxygen used, at DR. HARRI-
-1 MAN'S Sanitarium, cor.Twelfth and Mission, 1534.
"""""Vine suits, $16: DRESS - ? ants, $4 75.
J" Misfit Clothing Parlors, 613 Montgomery st.
_ 1 9 SUITS TO ORDKR; SAMPLE BY MAIL.
IA NEUHAUS. Merchant Tailor, 115 Kearny.
DRESSES cut AND FITTED, $3; dresses
popular prices ; engagements by day. 11 Geary.
IGHEST PRICE PAID FOR CAST-OFF
clothlng.books. novels. RAPHAEL. 247 4th st.
WHITEWASHING MACHINE AND BRUSH
work; % c yard; contracts taken. ' WAIN-
WRIGHT, 1460 Market: machines sold or hired.
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. .-. -
SECOND-HAND - AS "WELL AS NEW BARS,
showcases, counters, shelvings, mirrors, desks,
safes, chairs, scales, etc., and a very large stock of
> them, too; be sure and see stock and get prices be-
fore going elsewhere. J. NOONAN, 1017-1019-
-| 1021 1023 Mission st.. above Sixth.
- C ECU, CAFES AND SUITS RETAILED AT
mfrs' coat. Factory, 20 Sansome St.. upstairs.
LD BUILDINGS BOUGHT AND BOLD.
Store-fixtures, doors, windows, lumber, pip*
etc.; cheap. Yard 1166 Mission St., nr. Eighth.
CI AS FIXTURES . AND PLUMBING. J 623
T Golden Gate ave. H. HUFSCHMIDT. ■■-. =
OLD GOLD, SILVER, GENTS' AND LADIES'
clothing bought. COLMAN. 41 Third at. .:.,■. '
WINDOW SHADES .MANUFACTURED TO
order by WILLIAM McPHUN. 1196 Market.
A WEEK'S NEWS FOR 6: CENTS — THE
WEEKLY CALL, in wrapper, for mailing.
RESSES^ $«2ANDUP; WRAPPER^ 35c AND
up. MRS. SMITH. 864i/_ Mission st.
ADVICE AND ASSISTANCE FOR ALL-GO
where the crowd goes. His parlors are al-
ways filled with 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 I treasures, tells of your
friends and enemies, removes . evil influences,
gives advice pertaining to lawsnits. 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-
nised by the profession as their brightest star. $ AU
1 persons unsuccessful lin business, who seem to be
I unlucky, should visit him, seek his aid and start
I aright. Thousands have become wealthy through
bis advice. | He is ever ready to assist those with
capital to find a safe and good-paying investment.
, Y'oung men starting in business will find it greatly
- to their advantage to consult him on all matters of
financial interest to themselves. , ;
Professor Eugene shouldjnot be'elassed with the
, many cheap pretenders who Infest cities and bring
disrepute to the ■ profession. His post successes in
matters of great Import' area positive guaranty of
his power to perform the wonders that have made
him iainsus. All are Invited to call. Honrs 9 a.m.
to 8 r. m. Letters, with stamps, answered. Address
F. EUGENE, 1206 Market, street, San Francisco,
parlors 102, 103 and 104, first floor. y - . .
CARD-READING, 25c: LADIES ONLY. 105
Stockton St., room 6. -
LAIRVOY A N T-F 25c: LADIES ONLY'.
In the basement, 637 Third sLy y.v •.-:,
ME. WALTERS, CARD-READER, RETURN-
ed ; 25c ; gents 60c. 337 Tehama, bet. 4th A sth.
RKSENT, PAST AND FUTURE, MMeT
LEGETTE, 311 Tehama st. ; upstairs. y
H~ OW TO BECOME A CLAIRVOYANT—
to the mystery of raediumship; most wonder-
ful book since the Bible; 60 cents. NATIONAL
.PUBLISHING CO., 606 Montgomery st., S. F. y
MRS. FIX. TEST MEDIUM, 438y_ BRANNAN
st.; fee sl. y -.-.. .y'-yyy ,
LEON, PALMIST. CLAIRVOYANT, LIFE-
IJ reader, 633 Post:h'rslo to Sdaily; and Sunday.
ME. MOREAU— GREAT AND ONLY -.ME*'
dium :glve her a call: fee 25c up. 131 Fourth sU
A" UGUST A "~ LEOLAT*""" FORTUNE TELLER?
luiylc charms: love tokens; true picture of
fut ere wife and husband;' teaches fortune-telling;
develops clairvoyance, slate writing, etc. ; has the
f-evrn holy seals and the Palestine wonder charm;
fee $1 and upward. 2326 Mission, | nr. Twentieth.
■i'l as ' g '■ • ______ —
TEST CIRCLE TO-NIGHT, MME. YOUNG,
605 McAllister st. : spirit return proven. ' -y;
RS. FULTON, MATERIALIZING SEANCE
to-night, 60c; sits dally. 31 Fell lst.
:... .- ". I ',_."■■■" "" '!■",''>' ',',',
ASTROLOGY. * y '
STEAL SEER-PROF. HOLMES, 523 GEAR
St.: horoscopes, questions, stocks, advice. ■ ■
'I'm ____ - - "i - -*—
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
*ONEY* 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, 64 Nevada block, S. F. .
J""""" OHN R. AITKEN, ATTORNEY -AT-LAW, RS.
16 and 17, 402 Montgomery st., cor. California.
WW. DAVIDSON, ATTORNEY- AT-LAW.42O
tt » California St.. rms. 14-16: advice frog. r - ■-'•■-
OFFICE— 2OI3 CLINTON AVE.
;. ALAMEDA; KEAL ESTATE. '-''"'
' and station; streets improved and sewered.; :.
' $2250— 550 cash, $25 monthly; 30x100; cottage,
4 rooms and bath. . ' -• * » '_-* -"-.-' ' :y?
$2400— cash, $20 monthly; 87:6x100: cot-
tage, 5 rooms and bath. . ;.'- -.',■■ .
$3250— 550 cash, $35 monthly; 38x100; corner
house in fine condition: 8 rooms and bath..- v> y
$3250— 5200 cash, $30 monthly; 37x110; ele-
gant colonial cottage; 7 rooms and bath. y=.
... $3850— cash, $35 monthly: 37x120: hand-
some new cottage, 8 rooms and bath. - - ■ y <:
Houses to rent frbm 810 up.
y Open Sunday and holidays.^ -^_
I yy-,.— '-'' : .;..UARCtBE A REMMEL,
Bay-street station, Alameda, and : 628 Market st.,
: San Francisco. . '/ ' : • y - -
HE ; JOSEPH A. LEONARD COMPANY . OF
1364 Park St., Alameda, and 19 Montgomery
St., ban Francisco, have recently . Issued lan Illus-
trated pamphlet | of, their business that is full of
interesting information to | those intending to pur-
chase homes,': and will be , mailed on application
free of charge. y - ■■'.--■■•■:■ -■• ■.:-:'■'- ' V -^ -■■•■'■ :•.•.''•
'.They have on hand at present for sale 1 house of
rooms and bath, ail modern; Improvements, on
improved street, cash $50, balance on easy Install-
ments; 1 of 6 rooms and bath, all modern Improve-
ments. $160 cash, balance on easy installments; I 1
of 7 rooms and bath, very best location in the city,
with all modern improvements, $1000 cash,': bal-
ance on easy installments; 1 of 8 rooms and batb,
in most excellent location, $1250 cash, balance on
easy installments, -y .' •-•-'-. ■."/.■■' " ;y^; y ■; .
EAUTIFUL RESIDENCE LOT, FRONTING
on the bay.' Address A. 8., Call Ofllce. Alameda.
C& CA/.A TWO-STORY' MODERN 'HOUSE 7
OUUU. rooms, lot 60x200. Call 62 First st.,
cigar-store^ :-■■■■ .;■'.'■<■ -■-:■'■■* '<■'-" yy *-yv-.- .-•/' y j -y.
AOC f\ WILL BUY A LOT AND j COTTAOE
*JpDt)l/ of 4 rooms: wanted, Jan offer on a flno
corner lot on Grand St. HALL A BAIRD 1303
Park St., Alameda.' : "' f'A'AA. T."L"' ' ' -•*•' yy '" ' •; :-• Syyly
IF YOU WANT -. '__'"•: "■■•'■ .-' •
VA GOOD, SUBSTANTIAL AND STYLISH
',- K CALL ON THE OLD BUILDING FIRM OF < .
A. R. DENKE, ' WEBSTER STREET.
1 T- ADY'S * GOLD WATCH ? WITH UNITIALS
: AJ L. D. Reward if returned 819 Mission at.:'*
MALL DOG, WH ITE AND BLACK. OX BUSH
st. • Reward at 507 Bush. i ,. N -
OST-A PASSBOOK WITH THE HIBERKIA
Savings and Loan Society of San Francisco, In
' tbe name of MACE HANSON: No. 199082. The
'.. finder will please return to bank. ' '.. • •:.''•
T OST— A ; FAIR*" "OF COLD EYEGLASSES,
AJ from Stockton and Broadway to Jones and Pa-
■ cific. Return to 1113 Pacific, rear, receive reward.
OST-JULY 14, GOLD WATCH AND CHAIX,
In vicinity of McAllister and Larkin I sts: Tib*
; eral reward, jj Return to FRANK, 445 Golden Gate
• avenue.-'- "' ■■■■ i -- :-■■• ■_-.-. .-...■-.-.. ,
fOA REWARD— LOST, SUNDAY " JULY at
WAV Union Park, lady's gold watch and fob,
,' with diamond. Return to 425 Fourth St. ' •
— — — — ■^■■M— »P—_______l -— — _ I I l____H __
' ."FOUND.- ;>y:
call 614 Sutter, from 1 to 4 or 7 to 8 p. m., and
• prove property. DOCTOR WETZEL. ■ '
'>■>'-*, HOUSE : FOR SALE. *"-
OUSE^I A ROOMS-LA ROE** LOT : STABLE
and carriage bouse; Western Addition/Ameri-
can Land and Trust Company, 132 Market st.
■ , , , ■ '""■■' '"— - 1 ! S
' SEWING MACHINES.
<2> ' NEW " DOMESTIC SEWING • MA-
iJpAO. chine; drop leaf, drawers, cover and M.
tachments. 205 Fourth st. ■ :
| OAKLAND y REAL ESTATE.
DO YOU WANT A HOME? j I: WILL BUY YOU
a lot, build house on your own plans, this side
of bay; small cash pnvment, balance monthly. C.
P. KERN, Central Bank building, Oakland.
IjW>» EXCHANGE— TWO MODERN HOUSES;
' well located; value ¥ 9000 cash; for good San
Francisco property in Western Addition. W. J.
DINOEE, 460 Eighth St., Oakland.
BUSINESS AND . RESIDENCE PROPERTY
Paying 0 to 8 per cent on investment ;
SOLD UN TERMS TO SUIT.
CHOICE RESIDENCE PROPERTY FOR SALE.
GOOD CHEAP RANCHES
Close to Oakland. Must be sold.'
RANCHES < FOR SALE, two and three miles
FIFTY CHOICE LOTS in Oakland, Piedmont '
Berkeley, etc. -';./:•
ACRE TRACTS and CHICKEN RANCHES.
110 ACRES PIEDMONT, Blair Park. :26 acres
close to car line. Terms to suit.
Will subdivide. ;
THESE ARE SPECIAL BARGAINS
Don't fail to see them.
E. E. BUNCE,
■ "- . ' 1008 Broadway, Oakland.
OR SALE— HOUSE OF 7 ROOMS AND
bath: modern in every way; large sunny lot;
central; easy terms: . see this before buving.'
SAMUEL & KNOWLES, 481 Ninth St., Oakland.
0* OOF. ft A GILT-EDGE INVESTMENT:
WOAOV . modern double flat, close to business
center and renting for $32 50: must be sold to close
estate. WM. J. DINGEE, 460 Eighth St., Oakland.
ffl>Ot_ TO RENT, HOUSE 9 ROOMS; 1463
tJpAO. Twenty-third ave., East Oakland; larsre
lot: stable: flowers; fruit; water free; without
Stable, 20. - Apply to STONE,. 1139 East Nine-
teenth St.. East Oakland. ■
ACRIFICED — COZY LITTLE HOME IN
Oakland; owner away and must sell; 'big bar-
' gain for cash or on monthly $16 payments: write
at once. Address Owner, P. O. box 537, Los
Angeles. .-..-• - - .
CiQftnn NEW AND ALL MODERN DOU-
<~POU"L/U. ble fiat; 10 rooms and bath, etc.; just
completod and rented at $37; in the heart of Oak-
land: good investment. ALDEN A GARFIELD,
, 902 Broadway, Oakland. ' y
<3» 11ft ft A 6-ROOM COTTAGE WITH BATH,
(JIIUU. all furnished; lot 80x127; easy terms.
Apply to W. C. MORAN, Lorin Station. Berkeley.
, d>QAA A SAGRIFICE; COTTAGE OF 4
W OVV. rooms and cottage of 3 rooms; rent $9:
lot 25x125: terms $150 cash, balance on easy
terms; near Market-street station. W.P.RYAN,
960 Seventn St., Oakland.
OOD OPENING FOR A GROCERY-STORE,
with 4 living-rooms; rent reasonable. W. P.
RYAN, 960 Seventh St., Oakland. ",:-■":
,lj_*l £\ft : LOTSXEAR THE ALTENHEIM- IN
tjT-LiJ". Fruitvale; electric cars; only $1 down
and $1 a week: selling fast: • good Improvements.
H. B. PINNEY. owner, 902 Broadway, Oakland.
ORNER LOT ON TWENTY-FOURTH ST.—
Lot 50x125 feet; price $20 a front foot; other
lots in same local are bene sold ior $30. Call
on A. J. SNIDER A CO., -real estate dealers, 467
. Ninth st., Oakland. ______________
All OF. ft BARGAIN; CHICKEN RANCH 12
WIAOV. miles from Oakland: Improvements
cost twice the amount asked for the place. W. E.
BARNARD A SON, 458 Ninth St.. Oakland.
MA MONTHLY FOR 5-ROOM COTTAGES;
«(P__U plans free. F. BOEGLE,.GoIden Gate statn.
M. M. DEWOLF, RENT COLLECTOR. 1050
Broadway. ■ -. .
■<D»,f Q-fk $1000 CASH; WORTH $6500: 9-
- WItJOV. room modern hoife; nice stable: lot
60x160; a bargain; see tt at once. | WILLIAM P.
TODD, 1008 Broadwav. Oakland. '
11 " i ..... . • -~--
VT largest hotel in ; Oakland; table first class;
terms by week or month, moderate; trains to and
from San Fncnclsco every 15 minutes: cars from
Sixteenth-street station pass hotel; sample- room
for commercial travelers on ground floor. ROBERT
GAY . Proprietor.
OAKLAND HOUSES TO LET. *""*"
lOWER FLAT, 7 ROOMs7~COMPI^?T?fLY
_ furnished • for I housekeeping; half., minute's
walk to electric cars;- three to local; to reliable
party rent »25. 1009 Ninth ave.. Fast Oakland.
OAKLAND FURNITURE fOB SALE.
"FURNITURE AND CARPETS AT YOiTrOWN
J price. H. BCHELLHAAS, 408 Eleventh st.
'RERKELEY REAL ESTATE.
XCHANGE FOR BERKKLEY~PROPERTY.
Business property on Park St., Alameda; IOOx
150; to exchange for Berkeley property.
An elegant block of land .on Peralta Heights,
East Oakland: positively the most elegant home-
site in East Oakland: elevation 200 feet above city
base:' elegant view of Lake Merritt: adjoins the
beautiful home of Borax Smith; will trade for town
lots In Berkeley or unincumbered ranch property.
Beautiful borne, entirely furnished: lot 75x130;
near station and school; installment loan of $-1000;
will trade equity for lot or other property. M. L.
. WURTS, Dwlght-way station, Berkeley.
<J_QAAA MODERN QUEEN - ANNE COT-
WOVVV. tage; new; lot 40x125; five minutes'
walk from station.',
$2900— Brand new 2-story bouse of 7 rooms;
near Dwight-wav station; must be sold; easy pay-
ments. M. L. WURTS, Dwight-way station Berke-
ley.. .- -." - '. .,; v.- : : . ..... ■-. ..■--:■-.'■-
ffiJOA PER MONTH PURCHASES A NEW 2-
WAV story 6-room house; hot and cold water
and bath. Address CHARLES i DARLING, 608
California St., S. F. ' .; ,■' ■■ .. . .-. . . '.- ~
© A PER MONTH PURCHASES A NEW 8-
WAV room house; hot and cold water and bath.
Address CHARLES DARLING, 608 California St.,
San Francisco.' -. - ; , - •' y
(_1 C 5-ROOM COTTAGE: 50x135: $1650. F.
W I O. ROEGLE, Golden Gate station.
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Licenses to . marry were granted yesterday a-
follows: ,".-. y • '
William O. Allen and Susan Cox, 23—22.
Harry Hunsen and Kittle Devine, 27—20.
Henry B;amm and loiise Boelsher, 23—
John A. Hoimssand Nettie M: Evans, 30— 26.
Chas. H. Ambrose snd Emily C. Nelson, 35—36.
.1 F. Chum bers and Cordelia Robinson, 24—28.
Wllhelm F. Buhs and Man nine Hansen, 30—27.
'George S. McKay and Margaret L. Boyd, 26— 20.
Patrick Mackey and Katherine E. Burke, 32— 30.
C. D. H. Fredericks and K. Ungermann, 27— 25.,
DIVORCE ; SUITS BEGUN.
Suits for divorce were begun yesterday as fol-
lows:; ' '' ' * '
*_ John Custer vs. Ann Custer. ;■ '■''.',' -■;,-. ■ '
—_—_—_—— — «_ — _ i ■————_—______»__
A Helen Dlch Dee ' from' Marcus M. Dee. on ac-
count of the latter's desertion. The decree • was
granted by Judge Troutt.- ■:■■■■-
Emil Urolf from Margaret G. Urolf, on the ground
of desertion. . ■■■.:._
[Birth, marriage ana* death notices sent by mall
will not be Inserted. They must be handed in at
either of the publication offices - and be indorsed
with the name and residence of persons authorised
to have the same published. J ...
••• .'- . BORN." ". "y y-y "- '"-
COHN— In Angels Camp, to the wife of Ellas Cohn,
a daughter." .-.y y y.y yy .';.••;:-'»•>••? - --.
TROY— In this city, July 16, 1895, to the wife of C.
P. Troy Jr., a daughter. r.r "•--;». .-
MANTON— In this city, July 13, 1895, to the wife
. i of Frank Manton, a son. ....
KELLY— In this city, July 21, 1895, to the wife of
y Walter N. Kelly, a daughter. _>- y; •"" ' •"■
• ! SCHOU— In this city,' July 18, 1895, to the wife of
y F. Schou, a son. . ?. .- ...
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HARRIED. . ,
BABCOCK— BECH— In New London. Conn., July
:: 20," 1895, ' William Babcock -and* Julia Bech,
.-• daughter of the late Henry May of Baltimore. .
GROTHEER— ANDREWS-In this city, July 21,
. • 1895, by j tbe Rev.- Dr. ' W. W. : Case, . Henry C.
Grotheer Of Watsonville and Gussie A. Andrews
.of San Francisco. :': ': •
MULLKR— BOUDROW— In Berkeley. July 21,
;',* 1895, by the Rev. r J. M. Buehler, Charles , MuUer
_: and Louise Boudrow. ■■■ , >ry
OEVERNDICK— In ! this ' city,
: July^-16, 1895, by the Rev.; J. M. Buehler, Ber-
':'-,' thoia Hlntermann and Emma Oeverndlck.
HARRINGTON-FAVOR— In this city,? July" 18,'
; 1896, by the Rev. ' Frank K. Baker,- Harris F.
- Harrington and Mauds . E. Favor, both of San
y Francisco. v
MCCORMACK-CAREY— In this city, July 22,
3 f 1895, by the Rev. : Father Stokes, John McCor-
-1 mack arid Kate Carey, both of Baa Francisco.
DIED. , ;
. Appel, Samuel ■ Gokel, Lewis
Bahn. Harold J. Hayes, Lusia G. ';:.;
Bryan, Frederick Johnson, Joseph M. :
Born, Fred Moldrup. Fannie M.
. Binme, Henry -. > . Me ver, Rudolph „ '■ t
Brown, William A. O'Connor, Thekla •
Conway, Michael Palmer, Hlnebe L.
Carstens, George Rex, Augusta
Drew, Johanna Rogers, Dr. H. D.
Edwards, Samuel y Stiillaber, Charles E.
Flaherty, Bernard ' ' Smith, Mrs. Minnio
APPEL— In Alameda. July 22, 1895, Samuel, be-
loved husband of Caroline Appel. and father of
Mrs. S. Houlgsber< and Julius, Harry, Aaron"
! and I Dora Appel, a native Of Kornick, Prussia,
aged 60 years.
<BS~Notlce of funeral hereafter. ' y'.y'y'-.y
ERYAN-In this city, Julv 21, 1895, Frederick,
beloved husband of Annie Bryan, and brother of
BUM Fanny Reynolds, a native of Ireland, aged.
50 years 1 month and 21 days. .... .
Friends and acouaintances are - respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral THIS DAT
(Tuesday), at 8:45 o'clock a. m.. from his late
residence, 412 Clayton street, between Page and
Oak, thence to St. Agnes Church, Masonic avenue,"
near Page street, where a solemn requiem mass
will be celebrated for the repose of his soul, com-
,. mencing at 9 o'clock a. m. Interment Laurel Hill
BAHN— In this city, Julv 20. 1895, Harold J.,
beloved brother of Johanna and Louis Bahn,
a native of Denmark, aged 37 years.
As~Fnends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Tuesday), at 2:30 o'clock p. m.. from the par-
lors of the Union Undertaking Company, 733
Mission street, near Third. Interment I. O. O. F.
Cemetery. ' • ' • ; --yy . v
BLUME— In San Pablo. Julv 21, 1895. Henry, be- *
loved husband of Fredricka Blame, and father of
Henry, Fred, William, Carl and Albert Binme,
aged 58 years 4 months and .17 days. ■ /. .
. AST Friends' and acquaintances ore respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Tuesday), at 9 o'clock a.m., from his late resi-
dence, th<*nce to St. Paul's Church, where a
solemn requiem mass will be celebrated for the
repose of his soul, commencing at 10 o'clock
a. m. Interment St. Mary's Cemetery, Oakland.
BROWN— Drowned off Goat Island, William
A. Brown, engineer .of the tug • Millie, be-
loved husband of Sarah J. Brown, and father
of Mrs. A. C. Flanders and son of the late Capte in
William Brown and brother of Mrs. C. F. Tolford
and Mrs. A. J. Redmond, a native of Boston,
Muss., aved 60 years 7 months and 17 days. ' " • ■
££~Friends and : acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral TO-MORROW
(Wednesday), at 2 o'clock p. m., from bis late resi-
dence, 716 Bay street. Interment Laurel Hill
Cemetery. : •../.
BORN— In Stockton. July 18, 1895, Fred, beloved
son of Fred and Susie Born, and brother of
Charles, Sadie, Duisie and Frank Born, a native of
Chicago, aged 21 years 9 months and 13 days. '
CONWAY— In Alameda, July 20,1895, Michael
beloved husband of Catherine Conway and father
of Robert and Mary Conway, a native of Ireland.
*s~Friends and acquaintances are respect- -
fully invitea to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Tuesday), at 8:30 o'clock a.m.. from his late
residence, 1228 Park street, thence to St. Joseph's
Churcn. Chestnut street, where a solemn requiem
high mass will be celebrated for the repose of his
soui, commencing at 9 o'clock a. m. Interment
i Salary's Cemetery, Oakland.
CARSTENS— In this city, July 21, 1895, George
Carstens, a native of Germany, aged 50 years.
DREW— In this city. July 21, 1895, Johanna, be-
loved wife of Patrick Drew, and mother of Pat-
rick, John and Maggie Drew and Mrs. James
Miskel, a native of County Limerick, Ireland,
aged 60 years.
Friends and acquaintances are resoect-
fully invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Tuesday), at 8:30 o'clock a. m.. from her late
residence. 1016 Twenty- four street, near
Church, thence to St. James Church, where a
solemn requiem mass will be celebrated for the
repose of her soul, commencing at 9 o'clock a. _.
interment Holy Cross Cemetery.
EDWARDS— In this city, July 22. 1895, Samuel
Edwards, a native of Canada, aged 27 years.
*3" Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Tuesday), at 2 o'clock p. m.. from 807 Cali-
fornia street, near Stockton. Interment Laurel
Hill Cemetery, y." yy
FLAHERTY— An anniversary mass will be cele-
brated at St. James Church TO-MORROW
(Wednesday), at 9 o'clock a. it., for the repose of
j the soul of Bernard Flaherty.
GOKEL— In this city, July 21, 1895, Lewis Gokel,
beloved brother of Mrs. George Doering, and
uncle of Mrs. S. E. Born, Mrs. G. Brown and
William, George, John, Lewis and Lizzie Doer-
ing. native of Hessen, Germany, aged 43 years
4 months and 9 days. [Philadelphia papers
please copy. J : .;.;:--.
lfiJ*Frlo:i-3 and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Tuesday), at : 8 o'clock a. m.. from the par-
lors of Peterson A Gantner, 8 and 10 City Hall
square, thence to St. Anthony's Church, Army
street, between Folsom and Howard, 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.
HAYES— In this city, July 22, 1895. Lnsia G.,
yeungest daughter of D. E. and Anna Hayes, and
sister of Mrs. A. Brllland. Edwaru, Ida, Agnes
and Celia Hayes, a native of San Francisco, aged
17 years and 1 month. .-
Iff Notice of funeral hereafter. * ' h. ">"-.
JOHNSON— In this city, July 22. 1895. Joseph M.
Johnson, beloved father of Mrs. Cheny J. Rey-
nolds of Los Angeles, a native of Maryland,
aged 83 years. .
- Rf Friends and acquaintances are resnect-
fully invited to attend tne funeral TO-MORROW
(Wednesday), at 2 o'clock p.m., from the par;
lors of the Golden Gate Undertaking Company
2429 Mission street, near Twenty-first. Interment
MOLDRUP— In Alameda. July 21, 1895. Fannie
M. Moldrup. beloved wife of William E. Moldrap,
and daughter of W. L. and A. S- Bromley, a na-
tive of San Francisco, aged 33 years 7 months
and 27 days. "
- /ISTFriends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend tne funeral TO-MORROW
(Wednesday), at 11 o'clock a. m., from her late
- residence, 1541 Mozart street. Interment Laurel
Hill Cemetery, via 12:30 o'clock a. m. creek
I MEYER— In this city, July 22, 1595," Rudolph,
Meyer, aged 2 years. *-
O'CONNOR-In this city. July 21. 1895, Thekla
beloved wife of James J. O'Connor, and beloved
sister of Mrs. Charles Heggum, a native of Aus-
tria, aged SO years. \.\
~'JBfcF*Friends and acquaintances ore respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Tuesday), at 10:30 o'clock a. m., from 1114
Potrero avenue, thence to St. Charles Church for
. services. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. ... ;.'■■
PALMER— In this city. July 21, 1895, Phoebe L.
Palmer, sister of William F. and Esther Palmer,
a native of New York.
Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Tuesday), at 2 o'clock p. m., from her late resi-
. dence, 421 Twenty-sixth street, near Treat ave-
nue. - Interment I. O. O. F. Cemetery. Please -
omit flowers. ■-■•.'
ROGERS— In this city, July 22, 1895, Dr. H. D.
Rogers, beloved busband of Isabella Rogers, a
native of Ohio, aged 67 years 4 months and 26 -
_gj-The funeral will take place TO-MORROW
(Wednesday), at 10:45 o'clock a. m., from his
late residence, 504 Greenwich street, Interment
private. . _ y :■„ , ■
BEX— ln' Oakland, July 22, 1895, Mrs. Augusta
Rex. beloved mother of Henry and Charles Rex
and Mrs. Minnie Kochendorfer, a native of Han-
over, Germany, aged .75 years and 6 months. • ..
'*XS* Friends and acquaintances are respect- '
fully Invitea to attend the funeral TO-MORROW
(Wednesday), at _ o'clock p. m., from her late
residence, 1616 Fifteenth street, Oakland. Inter-
ment Mountain View Cemetery.
BTUSSI— In this city, July 20, 1895, Antonita
Stussl, beloved wife of the late Frederick Stussl
j and mother of Mrs.. J. H. Drossel and sister of
Mrs. Augusta Wiebe and Mrs. Dinna Hermann,
a native of Herstelle, Germany, aged 76 years
and 10 months.
< j£3~Frlends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY -
(Tuesday), at 8:80 a. m., from her late resi-
dence, 900 Jackson st^et, corner Powell; thence
to St. Boniface's Church, Golden Gate avenue,
where a high mass will be celebrated for the re-
pose of her soul, commencing at 9 a. m. Inter-
ment Mount Calvary Cemetery.
SMITH— In Oakland, July -. 1895, at 1018 Wil-
low street, Mrs. Minnie Smith, wife of O. P.
Smith, a native of Castleooro, Vt., aged 62 years.
JSSS" Friends and ; acquaintances are resnect-
-1 fully invited to attena the funeral THIS ; DAY
'k (Tuesday), at 10 o'clock a. m., from Chase-street
SHILLABER— In this city, July 21, 1895, Charles
, is., beloved' brother of Joseph S. Shillaber, a na-
tive of San Francisco, aged 27 years and , 11 /
' months. ■ • - - ' "' I ?'-*-*■• ">. '.--.'
Friends ■ and i acquaintances * are respect- -
fullv Invited to attend . the funeral TniS DAY
'. (Tuesdav), at 2 o'clock P. m., from his late resi-
dence, 115 Gough Btreet. Interment Laurel Hill
Cemetery. .... ■ ■ ." . ■ ■. • ,
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JW— _MW— ■■" '■ !"■!■ '■■' ri — ' "*— "TT -
Everything Requisite for First-class Funeral*
. at Reasonable Rates. .
Telephone 3167. 27 and 29 Fifth street. J }•[
I WIcAVOY A CALLACHER, ' A
FUNERAL DIRECTORS & EMBALM EKS, ;
SO Fifth St., Opp. Lineoin School.
f■■ Telephone 3080. . " ' > : ,'' y
t _ n ___ 111 111 ■ !■■■■ -
JVaS EXIIMKT^"^f 'HAS. MCMENOMEY.I
* JAMES -McMENOSIEY. A' SON, I
UNDERTAKERS AND EMI>AL?TEKS,I
1057 Mission Street, Near Seventh. ; g
*»>; ■■-? y;-r--- Telephone No. 3354. ■ : ■ -'-.■■• •• | :
JAS. : ENGLISH., y y T. R. CAREW.
; CAREW * .ENGLISH,
'■ \ 'undertakers AND EMBALMERS. ',
FUNERAL DIRECTORS. '
19 Van Ness ave., near Market St., San Francisco.
Telephone 3156. N. B.— Not connected witn any: •
other houso In this city. »y
CYPRESS 1 LAWN CEMETERY. -
IN SAN MATEO COUNTY; NON-SECTARIAN;
laid out on the lawn plan; perpetual care; beau* '
tlful, permanent ' and easy of access; : see it before :
buying a burial place elsewhere.- -y.'- -->.;.. <*..'-.• ~: ' ;
iKS«_r^'^**y Office, » City Hall Avenue.