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"rO^CEiTsTT^ET?TAcTcs^N^AI?rT^A^UF7c—
'»J Neat 2-story bay-window house; 8 rooms and
bath; rent low to a good .tenant.
Bush, bet. Mason and Taylor— Fine^Hfcy bay-
window house; 9 rooms and bath; rent low to a
good tenant.
Golden Gate aye., bet. Hyde and Larkin— 2-story
bay-window; 10 rooms and l)8th
O'Farrell St., bvt. Mason and Taylor— 2-story ; 9
rooms and bath. ■* ' *■ ■ -ivi^;-:
Apply to C. s. CAPP & CO., House Brokers and
Real Estate Agents, 413 Montgomery st.
O| 11 MISSIO N— COTT AG E, 7 ROOMS,
_Jt:l.X bath. i: 1137 Guerrero, 6 rooms, bath,
yard, $22 50: 136 Fifteenth, nr. Howard, 6 rooms,;
bath, $20: 929 Mi Natoma,' 6 rooms, $16. W. H.
( KIM <te CO., Lie Montgomery st. --
"1 A PAGE Sl'.; COTTAGE OF 4 ROOMS
XO and bath; key in rear. :.-.■
OUSE 11 ROOMS AND HOUSE 6 ROOMS.
Apply 26 Natoma St., bet. 2 and 4 o'clock. -
91 1 GEARY— HOUSE OF 11 ROOMS; BATH;
J.X-L rent reasonable. Key -17V2- ___ :
1 HQQ TWENTIETH— 4 ROOMS; LARGE
i UOO grounds: rent $14. Key at grocery." ■
OVSE 7 ROOMS, BATH AND STABLK. 11
Farren aye., bet. Pierce and Scott sts.
_» 0- BEAUTIFUL MODERN 9-KOOM TWO-
t^—O. story corner house; garden: yard: 1521
Dolores St., "cor. Valley.. HAAS, cor. Thirtieth
and Sanchez. ■
OUSE, 4 ROOMS: STABLE FOR 5 HORSES.
•_7:h and Alabama st.
C , -1 ft COTTAGE OF 4 KOOMS AND BATH.
J^ID. Corner of Union and Laguna st. r
O AVED— DOLLABST^ ES AND NICKELS
o'bv rent: a house from BALDWIN & HAM
MOND 10 Montcomery st. -
F UK>" I SUED lIOUSES.
ID HOUSE OF~~6~^OOMS~AND
X bath for - or 3 months $30, to responsible
parry; very reasonable at this price. 10 Octavia.
j COMFORTABLE ROOMS; BATH; 2 BEDS:
4" all necessaries. 1917 Geary st.
COTi'AoKS io _XT.
• I - ~i\ 2050 . Ni:s. IiETTTNION^AXI)
>^I i .t)U. Filbert; neat cottage: 4 rooms and
1 ath. Apply to C. s. CAPP & CO., House Brokers
and Real Estate Agents. 413 Montgomery st.
OUNNY COTTAGKS OF 4 AND 5 BOOMS.
0 bath, basement ana yard. 534 Fifteenth St.,
near Dolores.^
COTTAGES^ i. i:MS.. $14, $18; SUNNY BAY-
\J window: modern improvements; planked base-
ment: reaaonabie; furniture for sale. 126 Fulton.
..1,. COTTAGE .X ROOMS; MAPLE COURT,
JJp LU. off 1' rarteenth, bet. Gueirero and Dolores.
Apply to C.S.CAPP&CO, 413 Montgomery si.,
House Brokers! and Heal i.state Agents. '
*-..- r. f\ Ci-'TTAiTE ROOMS: GOOD OR-
.J> I .i)U. der: water free. Apply premises, 945
J<ryam s:.. nr. Ki-'hrh.orroom 7i>. 62SMontsomery.
FLATS TO LKT.
C« 1 9 ?UV oiSa nb. fi6Eai>^
<>l—.t>". Lower flat; 4 rooms: win give half
months rent free to eood tenant. SHAINWALD,
BUCKBE— & CO., '.J-0 Montgomery st. ."/.-
-r. 1/' SSIa HAVEs ST.. BET. WEBSTER
•_ L\J. iixui Fillmore; middle bay-window flat; 4
looms and bath.
$B— Also lower flat: 3 rooms and bath.
$25- 2054 Jones md Filbert sts., SE. corner; 8
rooms and bath.
Apply to C. S. CAPP & CO., nouse Brokers and
K«al Estate Agents, 413 Montgomery st.
I 1 NEW FINE BOOMS WITH 2" BATHS; ON
J"T s.-cond and third floors: can be used together
or as two flats: on Hayes st., bet. Octavia and La-
,.isßa: also 2 neat tlats. b rooms and bath each, on
i.inden aye., bet. Hayes and Fell. Octavia aud La-
guna sts.: rent low to good tenants. Apply to C. S.
CA \'V tt COt. 413 Montgomery St., House Brokers
and Real Estate Agents.
H: I 7 SUNNY ROOMS ;
bath: larce basement and yard; reut only 520;
721 Fourteenth st., near Market. BALDWIN «fc
HAMMOND, 10 Montgomery st.
I^IVE SUNNY ROOMS AND BATH; ;YARD;
rent $13. 1724 San 'Carlos aye.
SUNNY FLATS. 4 TO 5 ROOliS; BATH:
yar-1. - Shotwell, nr. Fourteenth: $14 and §lB.
AY- WINDOW SUNNY FLAT— FURNISHED
or not; 5 rooms and bath; laundry. 106
Eleven; h st. bakery.
9 A 7- 209 WEBSTER— DESIRABLE SUNNY
_\J I flats; 6 and 7 rooms; rent reasonable.
1 ROOMS; BATH: YABD; CELLAR; CARS;
~± -«12 50. 1413 Pacific St., neajj Hyde.
'[■ ■' LET— $l7 50: FLAT 5 ROOMS, PATENT
-I water-closet and bath: 37 Langton St., bet. How-
ard and Foisom, west of Seventh. Inquire oppo-
site, or room 14. Hotel Pleasanton, Sutter st.
Qj] " SUNNY FLAT: 5 BOOMS, GAS AND
*ZM-*J' bath. 128 Twenty -sixth St., near Capp.
EXTP. \ CONVENIENT SUNNY FLAT, 7
XJ rooms, bath. 1314 Fell, near Baker.
T OVELY FLAT: 5 800 8 AND BATH. 814
1j Nineteenth st., bet. Noe and Sanchez: very.low
rent to good tenant; key downstairs.
OAVED- DOLLARS, DIMES AND NICKELS
O by rent a flat from BALDWIN St HAM-
MON D. 10 Montgomery st. _____
.>i'lJ/T8: 13 fjI'.V.VY ROOMS: MODlfifiN IM-
\' • - r h- n ■'--■ Howard. "
Of)fv _\'2 50 AND 825,4 FINE FLAT OF 6.
'. - "\|jm3 and bath each, on Gough St., near
McAllistti: $20, 6 roomsi bath and basement. 9l2
Bryant st., near Seventh. Apply to T. P. RIOR-
DAN, 63 Market st.
\ WEEK'S NEWS FOR 5 CENTS — THB
- »- WEEKLY CALL. In wrapper, lor maillcg.
t'L'KNISHEO F_'A_Si
2 ■V 1 tM'ER FLAI : ALsi >. U>W E X FLAT,
0 unfurnished; o*vnergoins; East. 2514 ,-a Sutter.
HOUSEKEEPING KOOMS.
Bryant Street.
11H1 BRYANT — CORNER FURNISHED
J. 1 X flat, 6 rooms complete for housekeeping;
rent $27.
Devisadero Street.
9 OR 3 SUNNY FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
— . light housekeeping. 2004 Devisadero st.
Jitldy Street.
/> 1 Q EDDY-LARGF. UNFURNISHED FRONT
\JXtJ bay-window room.
ni'EDDY-4 UNFURNISHED ROOMS,
''li) fine location: private family: ref»"ren<
991 EIGHTH — 3 . . SUNNY BOOMS AND
__ 1 store; large yard; all conveniences: $10.
Kl!i* Street.
VICELY-FURNISHEJS FRONT PARLOR,
-N with light housekeeping. 504 Ellis. ';.-'
7 A (' ELLIS — 3 NICELY URNI S H E D
%\J\j sunny housekeeping rooms: also others; for
gentlemen. - :
iolsom Street.
Q7A FOLSOM— SUNNY FURNISHED ROOMS
0 I U for housekpg; also single; rent reasonable.
Fourth street.
9 A 7 FOURTH-SUNNY FURNISHED
i)U t front room for housekeeping from %'Z 50 up.
Franklin Street. "
..117 FRANKLTN-2 SUNNY FUBNISHED
"HI rooms and bath; for housekeeping. ■
Geary eet.
91 Tl GEARY— TWO HOUSEKEEPING
—i- '£ rooms: rent reasonable.
1 Ol 1 GEARY ST., OPP. THE PARK; f 16;
JLO XX a. cove suite and adjoining room, with
porcelain sink, bath. 3 closets; partly furnished.
Howard Street.
IQ'^ HOWARD-2 SUNNY FURNISHED
XOOzt front housekeeping rooms; range; bath;
rent $12 50. ' '
Uyde Street.
1 1 A HYDE— THREE ROOMS FURNISHED
1 ,1 U complete for housekeeping; $20 a month.
• v Kearny Street.
CIKEABNY— PLEASANT UNFUBNIRHED
02 light bousekpg: closets; running water; grates.
—afayette Street.
Q1 1 LAFAYETTE, BET. ELEVENTH AND
Ol Twelfth— 2 large unfurnished rooms, $7.
Leavenworth Street.
Ql (\ LEAVE N W O R T H— 2 BASEMENT
ulu rooms, with laundry: suitable for couple;
housekeeping. " - '
- liewis Street.
T Q LEWIS. OFF TAYLOR, NR. POST— LA ROE
XO unfurnished room and kitchen; cellar: $9.
3linna— treet.
C>* C MINNA— 3 UNFI'RNISHED ROOMS
OlD for housekeeping; sunny and central.
aiissjon Street.
MJSSION, NEAR SIXTH-2 LOWER
000 front rooms, f urnianed complete for hskpg.
1 91 Q MISSION-SUNNY HOUSEKEEPING
X_,Xt7 rooms; gas and range; no children.
O'*arrell Street.
Q9Q O'FARRELL -.3 OR fi FURNISHED
O_,O rooms fortiousokfceplng; good location. Call
between t> and 1. ■ ■ . - ' '-
I'olk Street.
1 fiH9 POLK, COR. GEARY-TWO SUNNY
XUUZi suites; complete for housekeeping; sep-
arate kitchens: gas stoves: all conveniences; mod-
ern apartment-house; rent 817 50 and 925.
Prospect Place. J^ '■!-' '\. '-.}
\H 9 PROSPECT PL., BET. PINE AND CALl-
— l_< fornia, below Powell— Unfurnished * front
room; light housekeeping; 6; single furnished
r<J °ni,ifs. . -
liuHS Street.
Q43 RUSS-LARGE. FRONT ROOM AND
__^*Jatchen; wly furnished; light bousekpng.
Seventh Street.
I QfJ BEY E NT H-NICELY FURNISHED
-"« housekeeping roomb; single or en suite; yard.
HOtSKREEPIKG j KOOMS — Continued.
i'-'s;i'i'. . "Tehama Street..
71 TEHAMA, BF.T. EIGHTH AND NINTH—
111 Two furnished rooms, complete for house-
keeping.
Tenth Street.
]1Q TENTH— 2 FURNISHED HOUSEKEEP-
_-*-<-> ing rooms; piano; family; reasonable.
■ ; Turk Street.
BTURK-2 SUNNY ROOMS FOR HOUSE-
kpeplng, or without.- 1 .; ;
, Van. Ness 'Avenne. :
91 VAN NESS AYE.— NEWLY FURNISHED
— -L sunny suites for housekeeping; very reason-
able and comfortable: with baths.
Washington Street.
K A9 WASHINGTON— SUNNY UNFURNISH-
Kf\j^4 ed housekeeping rooms.
AVelsh Street.
KOOMS TO _E'lV
Birch Avenue.
q»10 4 ROOMS; 527 V BIKCH AYE. APPLY
<$ XU . ON RHEIN i. CO., California st.
Bush Street.
Ql-I BUSH- NICE SUNNY PLEASANT
UK.X. rooms: gas and bath; $7 and $9.
Broadway.
1f)O B.ROADWAY — NICELY FURNISHED
j:V'«J rooms: single and housekeeping; new
house. . "
California Street.
1 J.l 7 CALIFORNIA— NICELY FURNISHED
-L^i-L 1 room ior 1 or 2; private family; very rea- '
sonable.
Devisadero Street.
1 70"^ DE\T[SADERO— LARGE SUNNY FUR-
L i\JtJ nished rooms; $5 and $6 per month.
Eddy Street.
Ci~\Q EDDY— NICELY FURNISHED ISUNNY
vJ-LO front room; gas and bath: $8.
Eighth street.
1 Q(\ EIGHTH— 3 LARGE SUNNY ROOMS TO
-LOU let, unfurnished. . - ,
Eleventh Streeet.
m ELEVENTH— SUNNY FRONT FUR- '
nished. room suitable for young man, $5 ;
month; bath, etc ■
I'olsoin Street.
Q7_ FOLSOM— DOUBLE OR SINGLE ROOM 1
V I *± cheap; housekeeping.
.Garden Street.
1 Q GARDEN, NEAR HARRISON AND ;
J-O Sixth— Front room, nicely furnished for two,
$7 a month; also front room, S5 a month.
<Jeary Street.
f?O_ GEARY— NICELY FURNISHED COSY
"O tt suite; also single room for leman.
olden Gate Avenue.
AQ.± GOLDEN GATE— NEWLY FURNISHED
TtO"± rooms; hot and cold water: gas; bath.
Gough Street.
71 C GOUGH— SUNNY FRONT ROOM, WITH
I ± O closet, for gentleman; $6.
ilayes Street.
6 HAVES — LARGE, SUNNY FURNISHED
front room, suitable for two; Cheap.
Hyde Street.
Ql 9 HYDE— VERY LARGE ROOM; MODERN
OJ.^. conveniences: rent reasonable.
Jones Street.
9 A, 7 JONES — THE VAN WINKLE: NEW
—V I manasement: elegant sunny suites and
single; newly furnished; bath, etc.; $10 to *30.
Kearny Street.
ri KEARNY— LARGE FURNISHED BOOM, 2 i
«J» beds, $12; single. $5: grates; cas; closets.
♦ RLINGTON HOUSE, 127 KEARNY— PLEAS- |
_ \- ant sunny rooms, en suite and single; first clasj
in every respect: terms reasonable.
9Q A KEARNY — NICELY FURNISHED
— Ol' rooms: terms reasonable.
_eavenworth street.
Ol A LEAVEN WORTH-PLEASANT SUNNY |
OJLU rooms; home comforts; gentlemen only;
references.
,
A!arket Street.
Q9l MARKET — SUNNY FRONT ROOMS,
f—JL newly furnished, clean and respectable;
also small rooms.
■\TOSEMITK HOUSE, 1045 MARKET, BET.
J. Sixth and Seventh— Sln?le and suites; per
eight, 35c to $1: week. ,?1 50 to $5: families
3lagon Street.
nMA«ON ST., NEAR MARKET— SUNN
room, nicely furnished; $1 a week.
Minna Mreet.
fUifJ MINNA. CORNER EIOHTH-NICELY
DU I furnished bay-window room: $1 a week.
Mission Street.
QQ9 MISSION— ROOMS TO LET. FURNISH-
OO_i ed or unfurnished; f6 and upward.
IA'Q MISSION— LAUGH SUNNY" FTTB-
JA»«JG nished room, with grate fireplace; private
family. • ' .
UROPE HOUSE. 1169 MISSION-NICELY
Xj furnished rooms, single or en suite: transients.
•1 999 MISSION - SUNNY FRONT AN
X — — .— i back 'parlors; furnished; single or en
suite: rent cheap.
"I 79Q1 MISSION, NEAR THIRTEENTH —
X I _Jty2 Large sunny front room, furnished;
heater; bath; cheap.
Oak Street.
"I r* OAK — NICELY FURNISHED SUNNY
XO front room.
O'Farrell Street.
THE CORNWALL— ELEGANT FURNISHED
sunny rooms: In suite or single; by day, week or
month. 416 O'Farrell st.
Pine Street.
f>-\ 1 PINE— SUNNY ROOMS: $4, ?5 AND $10
OIK per month. -
ft 9] PINE— SUNNY FURNISHED ROOMS;
O—X rent reasonable.
1 Qfifl W' N ' K i COR. HYDE— NICELY FUR-
-LOV/U nished sunny front room; $8.
Tost Street. :s -
-'AQ POST — BEAUTIFULLY FURNISHED
tJv/O rooms en suite or single: reasonable prices .
rjr\O POST— NICELY FURNISHED FRONT
f \JO alcove room; also sunny back parlor.
Q| qb POST— NICELY FURNISHED FRONT
t/lD suite; also sunny single rooms in modern
flat ; terms reasonable.
Seventh Street.
-|O7 SEVENTH— F UR N ISHEDROOMS
J. • i I from $ 1 week up; also housekeeping and
transient. , . . •
Sixth Street. \
QQ SIXTH — THE HILLSDALE, SUNNY
00 rooms; single and en suite; $1 to $1 SO a day.
)AA SIXTH— NICE SUNNYSiNGLK ROOMS;
—itttfc rent very reasonable. . •
Stevenson Street.
£»97 STEVENSON — NICE FUBNISHED
U— < I front room cheap. . . ;
Stockton Street.' .'..'
1 Ql A STOCKTON— SUNNY FRONT SUITE;
XO-Ltfc doctor's office; eleeantly furnlshd; cheap.
/ Sutter street. ■
mSUTTER-LARGE FRONT ALCOVE;
rent reasonable. ' .
. ; Third Street. v
TiriNCHERTER HOUSE— 44 THIBD, NEAR
M Market: most convenient and respectable; 200
rooms 26c to $1 50 per night; *1 50 to $6 per week;
electric lights in every room : reading r'm; free bus.
. Turk Street.
r ag TURK-SINGLE SUNNY BOOM; GAS;
OttO bath: f5.
Van Ness Avenue.
QAO VAN NESS II ANDSOMELY FUB-
ijyj^i nished suite; rent reasonable.
Miscellaneous. '
FULTON HOUSE, OPP. CITY HALL—
-T nished rooms, single or en suite; 98 and fl6 up.
\ MERICAN EXCHANGE HOTEL REOPEN-
-Tx ed on the European plan: light airy rooms
from 25c to $\ per flay, $4 per month and up. "
BTOKK9 TO _et.
QTORE'A'NirRAsl^MT^n^
kO bath, cor Hayes and Webster. .734 Hayes st.
TfOR RENT— LARGE FRONT. OFFICE AND
_• part of store. 221 and 223 Market st.
l*t t't<Jt^-» : .'i»» . Liil. .
"^XR^^oTT^F^TCETiFrjRI^H^DT^H^AP
X rent. 609 Kearny St., room 8. - - : ■ ■■ ■' ;'. -
BEE BENT (V - MONTH) GIVEN GOOD
tenants; cottageß, flats, »5 up. SPECK _ CO.,
802 Market Bt. ; • "'■'-• '■■:"':-
Ol H GEARY ST.-PARLOR FLOOR, SUIT-
_X I able for doctor's office. Key2l7y^. . .
IP LEG ANT OFFICES IN NEW SPRECKEL3
Hi building, 925 Market: rents low; no extra
caarge for eaa, janitor services or beating. Apply
at bnildiiig or G. H. UMBSEN A CO.. 14 Mont<. si.
BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION.
r^O^TINENTXITBmL^ING^A^^'LOA^'^iS;
\J sociatlon— Home office, 222 Bansome St., S. F.
General savings & loan business. Ed E. Hill, Pres.;
Oliver Eidridge. V.Pr.; W Corbin, Bee._ Cien.Man.
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1895.
BOAKDINCI AND KOOMS.
OT^TTBEIjTI^I^GTm^BU^H^X^A^n^
hotel: references given and required; all mod-
em conveniences. ■ ■ ■■ • .' -:• ■ •'•■ :.'••- - -
1 AAQ VAN NESS — NICELY FURNISHED
IuUO suite: also siugle rooms; flrst-class board.'
Q99 VAN NESS AYE.— NEWLY FURNISHED
t/_/_i 6unuy rooms; parlor .floor; comfortable
house; excellent table; references. . . . ...^v:
Q9/« EDDY • (HOTEL NORMANDIE)— ELE-
O_,l) gant sunny single rooms, with flrst-dass
board: terms very reasonable. ...
A i)A LEAVENWO R T H-LAR(JE, SUNNY
'Tm'x elegant rooms, single and suite; new bed-
ding: excellent table; ■: desirable house for gentle-'
men. .' _^___ .
T~ HE ABBOTSFORD, BROADWAY AND
Poik St.— Quiet and homelike; charges moder-
ate- board optional : all cars direct. . . >'.
"VTEW HOTEL WENTWORTH, 617 BUSH ST.—
-UN C'hangod hands: fine rooms: uood tnble._
CHlLUi;t:> iiOAKOKO.
Y^B^WIsIIEITB^vBV^BOUTnrYEAR OLD
XJ to board and care for; cood home and clothes:
healthy location; reasonable. Address B, box 4,
Call Otuce. ' ■ > ' ■
ENGLISH WIDOW WISHES 2 CHILDREN TO
board ; room for parent. 47Y2 Gilbert St.
ERMAN WIDOW WISHES CHILD TO
IT bo.ml. 1411 Twenty-flfth St., near Sanchez. '
CLAIKVUYAJiTS. .. 1 ....':. 1
M~~ME! RA^VeSTnX SITTINGS DAILY •
names given, 25c up; systems taught to play
races and sure tips given. 828 Howard, bet. Fourth
aud Fifth. • •
A A
±\. PROF. F. EUGENE,
1728 MARKET cT.
HEALTH, WEALTH •
AND HAPPINESS
for all who consult him. Rememiier Prof. Eugene
is permanently located in San Francisco; don't fail
to call; read his Sunday's advertisement.
1728 Market st.
ME. DR. THOMAS, SCIENTIFIC REVEAL-
er by eggs and cards: tells entire life, past,
present, luture; consultations on all affairs; noth-
ing except ed; names given: good advice : sure
help; restores lost love by sympathy; mistake imp-
ossible; fee $1: letter $2. 929 Post St., nr. Larkin.
' UGUSTA ' LEOLA, FORTUNE TELLER:
_x n.u-'ic charms: love tokens; true picture of
future wife and husband: teaches fortune-telling;
develops clairvoyance, slate writing, etc. ; has tue
seven holy seals and the Palestine wonder ch»m>;
fee Si -net upward. 2326 Mission, nr. Twentieth.
TARLIGHT MEDIUM AT ONE GLANCE RE-
veals past, present, future. 865 V 3 Market, rm. 2.
PR E N i' ,^ PAST AND FUi URE. 25c. MME.
LEGGETTE. 311 Teliamu St., near Fourth.
(ILAIBVOYANI AND LIFE READER: LA-
\J dies 25c. 230 Clara st., bet. Fifth and Sixth.
t>est CLAIRVOYANT AND CARD READER
-D on earth; ladies and gents, 25c. 206 Fourth st.
ME. ARNDT. BEST GERMAN FORTDNE-
teIIer; ouly 25c and 50c: show you the picture
of your future husband or wife. 724 Harrison st.
ME. MOREAU, BEST MEDIUM; REVEALS
past.present aud future ;25c up. 754 Howard st.
PROF. LEON, CLAIRVOYANT. PALMIST,
-L trance charmer, hasnoeqnal; valuable advice,
reunites lovers, causes speedy marriage, removes
evil influences; troubles healed." 533 Post, 9to 8.
THEL QBAY, CARD-READER, PALMIS-'
try and masnetist. 1031 Market St., rooms 1
i.nd 2. ■ ■ <
Si'li:iTlJA_iS_.
YPSY MEDIUM AND PALMIST: ARTICLES
read: sittings 25c. 1003 Mission st.
DB. WOOD, INDEPENDENT SLATE-
writer and trance medium. 597 Ellis st.
Maa C. 3. MEYER, TBANCE BUSINESS
medium: circles Monday and Friday evenings.
2514y Sutterst.
mEST CIRCLE TO-NIGHT, 10c. MME. YOUNG,
1 605 McAllister st. Skeptics invited. ,
MRS. J. J. WHITNEY, CLAIRVOYANT
trance medium: sittings $1. 218 kton st.
'I? ASTERN STAR PLANET-SKERESS AN D
J-i psyebometrist: consultation 50c. 917 Market.
RS. MAYO STEERS. TEST AND BUSINESS
medium: readings dally. 101 Grove, cor. Polk.
EDUCATIONAL..
; E^CH^R^wTLTrGTvTbriN^
structions in English branches and music tor
board. M. S., box 137, Call Office.
MRS. MELVILLE-SNYDER, 519 VAN NESS
aye., . piano, singing and elocution in all
branches; drama and opera specialties; ladles aud
gents coactic 1 for private theatricals.
MISS BOLTE'.S SCHOOL.'J'.'e" SACRAMENTO:
board, English, French, German, piano. $30
I month: sepaiate French kindergarten: coach. -
USIC AND THE DRAMA— FREE INSTRUC-
tion in vocal music, elocution and acting;
stage rehearsals; successful . debuts guaranteed;
pupils rltted for concert, rhoir and stage. Office
hours 2 to 4, rooms 123 and 124. 1236 Market st. -
'^LOCUTION— DRAMA, DELSABTE, PHYSI-
-Ci cal culture, voice culture.' OLIVE HOFF
SCHROEDER, 299 Hyde at.: call after Ip.m.
PaNISH. FUEN« H.(iEHMAN; MODERATE.'
Meisterschaft School Languages, 122 O'Farrell st
EALD'S BUSINESS COLLEGE, 24 POST ST.
Bookkeeping, business practice, shorthand,
typing, electrical engineering, telegraphy, modern
languages rapidly taught. Write for catalogue.
VTIOHTSCHOOL;I±EALD'SBUS.COLLISGE;24
i-^ Post : commercial, shorthand, English: low rate*
"\TIOLIN, MANDOLIN, CELLO, BANJO; RiSA-
\ sonable. PROF. FRAN< 1045y 3 Valencia.
7~' 1 EMISTBY AND ASSAYING. CUNNING-
\J ham's School, cor. Gtary and Powell sts.
S" AN FRANCISCO BUSINESS COLLEGE, 1288
Market; scud for cat.: day and evening session.
"V^IOLIN, MANDOLIN, GUITAR, CORNKT
V taught. Prof. L. MERKI, 226 Geary reasonable
I)I. I.ASCO'S" LYCEUM SCHOOL OF ACTING—
X> Private theatricals arranged; pupils rehearsed
onstage. R. sit 12. 1.0. O. F. block, 7th and Market.
ELECTRICAL, CIVIL,"MININO,ME :
0 chanical engineering, surveying, architecture
assay: estab. '64. VAN PER NAILLEN.723M.kt.
pHEAPESTAND I'.EST IN AMERICA—
\J WEEKLY CALL, sent to any address in the
United States or Canada one year for $1 50, post-
age free.
DENTISTS.
Di^i^VEltrirATE~O]ri4B »IXTH ST., RE-
movedto 1012 Mission, near Sixth: gas given.
R. L. T.CRANZ-EXTRACTION PAINLESS,
crown work, bridge work and teeth without
plates a specialty. .103 Geary st., cor. Grant aye.
r.rea,3oo TURK ST— ALL DENTAL WORK
at lowest piices ai>d warranted onenevpnintts.
ETA L PLATE fB; TEETH EXTRACTED
or rilled painlessly by my patent un;esthetic,
soc: won 2(i prizes. Obdontunder Dental I'arlors,
8153,4. Gearv St., bet. Larkln and Hyde, opposite
fc-araloga Hall. R. L. WALSU, D. D.S.
/ ROOME DENTAL ASSOCIATION, 759 MAB-
\J ket, bet. 3d and 4th, gas specialists; only reli-
able agent for painless extraction: artificial teeth
frm $5: fillings frm $1: extracting 60c. with gasfl.
dfc/T A set for teetii; warranted AS
»1P 1 good as can be made; filling $1. DR. SIMMs,
dentist 93o Market St., next Baldwin Theater.
D" B.H. O. YOUNG. BRIDGES AND TEETH
without plates a specialty. 1841 Polk st.
11R. LUDLUM HlLju, 1443 MARKET ST.,
XJ near Eleventh: no charge tor extracting when
plateg are made: old plates made over like new;
teeth from $8 per set : extracting 50c: gas given. -
OLTON DENTAL ~a BBOCIATIO 806 MAK-
ket st. DR. CHARLES W. DECKER.
DB. J.J. LEEK.I2O6 MARKET, COR. GOLDEN |
Gate aye. — Open evenings: Sundays till noon.
A~LL WORK REASONABLE AND WAR-
ranted. DR. J. W. KEY. 1122' Market st. >■
DI GEORGE W. LEEK, Til E~ GENUINE
Leek dentist, discoverer of painless extraction
and patentee of improved bridge work or te«th
without any piate, moved from 6 to 2o O'Farrell st.
IIOBS
RT^riL^nEsWH^^rv^rn^RTN^n^^^
geon 1 for 8. F. Police Department. Office and
hospital, 121 City Hall aye.: telephone south 401.
1C A SETS » E \V AND SECOND-HAND HAB-
JLt)U ness: also , wagons, . buggies and horses :
contracting outfit; sand wagons and scrapers. 1128
Mission st. ■■: • .--.-• -
HORSES PASTURED; $2 A MONTH; GOOD
care and feed; send for circular. The Hyde
ranch, 630 Commercial st. ■ -t: -■
AC\ HORSES FOR SALE; ALSO WAOON.i
! "v buggies, carts, harness; Grand Arcade Horsia
Market, 327 Sixth st. ; auction sales every Wednes-
day. BULLIVAN A DOYLE, Auctioneers. > _
1 A SETS tJECOND-HAND HARNESS; ALL
IUU kinds; second-hand wagons, buggy, carts;
also 20 cheao horses. Klfteentli and Valencia sta.
\VA<rt» • A-NjL». CAIUUAGES.
AGONS, CARTS. HAR^JESsTETaTcHEAP
'» at E< : -\N'S. 2117 Mission; wagon wanted.
\ , ".:: •. I STOKAGJE :. ~~T
OVERLAND FREIGHT TRANBFEP.' CO.,
Fifth and Bluxome sts., furniture : and goods
packed, shipped and stored: 9 large fireproof ware-
houses; low rates; advances made. Tel. south 388.
TORAGE OF FURNITURE, PIANOS, HODSE-
hoId goods, etc. J. M. PIERCE, 735 Market st.
ILSON BROTHERS. 7TO MARKET—
Storage: low rates; telephone tjouth 762. :.
I IRB'FCLA(SS STORAGE : ADVANCES MADE
J 421-423 Market at. CHAa L. TAYLOR.
ATTOKNEYS-AT-tAW.
A'^DVICeTbEE ; 15lv6R"CB'"^rND >R'6BATE
laws a specialty; • suits, superior. Justice and
Police Courts; terms reasonable: collections, etc.
G.W.HOWE, att 'y-at-law, 860 Market .cor.Stock
. W. DAVIDSON, ATTORN EY-AT-LAW,43a
. CallfornU st.. nns. 14-16: advice free.
; ■•-. ■ " to _ease. ■••'. -,■■-. T~~".
p^c^TcTLJfF i'jTbbick r buTldingT aljy
size; with or without power: suitable for laun-
dry, *■ manufacturing, etc. - '* Apply : GEORGE .;' U.
HIND, 411 Montgomery St. >
■-■ v /■; •- bi circLES. ; \
■T>AKK CYCLERY— NEW WHEELS^TO "LET?
J best > accommodations. * Terminus Geary,' Mo-
▲ Ulster and Powell st. car lines.
CITY__KEAIi ■ESTATE.
r\ H. UMBSEN \& CO.. .
REAL ESTATE AGENTS, RENT COLLECTORS
AND AUCTIONEERS.
Office and Salesroom.
14 Montgomery si., near Market.
Call and obtain one of our "Real Estate Records,"
which contain a list of properties for sale in all
parts of the city. ... - ■■ ;.
IMPROVED PROPERTY.
. BARGAINS. .
<_■££ AAA SPLENDID INVESTMENT;
rJpOU.UUU. corner on Hyde St.; 8 bay-window
houses; brick foundation: stone walks: street bi-
tumiuized: mortgage of $28,600 can remaia; lot
137:6x137:6; water paid 'by the tenants: rent
$360. _____
<_■ &{\(\(\ DORLAND ST.; MISSION WARM
«;Pc/UUU. belt; bay-window : residence- of 8
rooms and bath; lot 60x114; mortgage of $2500
can remain. 1 _____ " •
_» f^AA ELITE LOCATION OF THE MIS-
»JP'±OUU. sion; must be sold; a fine 2-story and
basement residence of 8 rooms and bath: brick
foundation: all modern improvements: lot 30x114;
plenty of room for stable.
C_-V"7Rn A BARG CORNER ON BUCH-
<jpO I ijyJ. ananst.; store and 3 cottages; rent
$60: mortgage of $4000 can remain: lot 80x75;
this is a snap. : ____&•
dJOArn BPLENDID OPPORTUNITY TO
«tt)_iUOU . get a homo well located in the Mis-
sion, near Valencia aud 17th sts. cottage of 5
rooms and lot 26x100 to an alley; mortgage $1000
can remain; rent $13. ' ,
m»£>QFrrv FULTON ST — NEW MODERN
«JpUOU\J. bay-window flats of 5, 6 and 6 rooms
and bath each; brick foundation; all modern im-
provements and conveniences: rent $72 60 per
month;lot 25x137:6; this is a bargain.
_»nnnn fine INVESTMENTONOAKST.;
tJpyUUU. 4 bay-window flats of 6 and 5 rooms
and bath each, and 2 flats of 3 rooms each: brick
foundation: all modern improvements; street ac-
cepted: only 2 minutes' walk from Market St.:
rent $71 ; lot 27:6x95.
(fIiQXAA VERY CHEAP; UNION ST., NR.
tJpOOUU. Hyde: good 2-story house of 12 rooms
and bath: rent for $30 per month; would pay big
if turned into flats.
QA AA baker st., NEAR CALIFORNIA
tIrOUUU. modern residence of 7 rooms and
bath: lot 32:6x82:6; rent $60.
_QC A A YErtBA 6UENA ST., CLAY:
<3>OUUU. houseof 7 rooms; lot 23x80 to raar
street.
G. H. UMBSEN <fe CO., 14 Montgomery st.
_________ ________
OR SALS!
PACIFIC HEIGHTS; MARINE VIEW.
Large lot, 38:4x127:6, with finest marine view,
which can never be obstructed; very choice loca-
tion; a bargain. G. H. UMBSEN <fe CO.,
■ 14 Montgomery st.
O'FARRELL & CO.,
\J REAL ESTATE BROKERS, . .<
11 MONTGOMERY ST.
EXCEPTIONALLY CHOICE BUILDING
lots. $400 to $500; take the Mission-st. elec-
tric-cars, ask the conductor to let you out at Cotter
street, you will there see the block; street graded,
macadamized and carted; lots level and ready to
build upon; positively no hills to climb and only a
fe.w feet from the cars, making the lots practically
On the Mission-st. car line; 14 buildings have been
put up on. this subdivision since we started the
sale; you will find Mr. G. A. Turner on the prop-
erty every morning, who will be pleased to show
you around and give you all the information de-
sired.
/CHOICE BUILDING i-OT: FULTON ST.. NR.
\J Fillmore; we have 100x137:6 feet which we
will sell in subdivisions to suit the purchaser and
at a price 26 per cent below anything in thi3 im-
mediate neighborhood.
pLEMENTINA-ST. BARGAIN, BELOW STH
\J sr.: lot 20x75: bouse of 2 tenants: price asked
is $2000, and the vacant lot is worth more money;
there Is no better buy south of Market st. than this
little place. '
rriURK-ST. BARGAIN, BELOW VAN NESS
aye. lot 27:6x120 through to a rear street, af-
fording double frontage: streets paved and ac-
cepted by the city; Improvements consist of v sub-
stiintial two-story bay-window residence of 9 rooms
and bath, rented at $600 year: this property is
for sale at let** than the valuation of the land, say
nothing of the improvements.
©/I 7^n INCOSIES4SO A YEAR; NATOMA-
<iP"± 1 Ov/. St. investment property: near Fifth;
improvements consist of 2 flats of 5 rooms each.
CM Q AAA INCOME $1400 PER ANNUM;
«_5 XO. uUU. choice corner Investment property
nicely located in the Western Addition; improve-
ments new; a northeast corner: car line passes the
door; we can show that this property has rendered
this income steadily for the last three years, ever
since it was built.
MODERN BAY-WINDOW RESIDENCE ON
-'L the north side of Oak St., near Scott: 7
rooms ant? - bath; htgh-tinishod basement; street
paved with bitumen an 1 accepted tiy the city lot
25x100; price asked $6000; an offer will be. enter-
talned. " : .. - - _.U : . ■ «^"-
MODERN FLATS IN TnE WESTERN AD-
ditiou; 6 und 7 rooms and bath each; Income
$52 50 a month: lot 25x106:3; nicely located;
convenient to the Haicht, Oak and Page streetcar
lines; ort'ereci _t a sacrifice.
piNE-STREET DOWNTOWN PROPERTY,
X near Kearnv; 3-story brlc 1 building; income
$600 a year; price $7000.
SUTTER-ST. DOWNTOWN INVESTMENT—
Positively the greatest bargain that has ever
been offered on Sutterst.: leased to one tenant for
$780 per annum; r rice $12,000, and a good sub-
■tantial huildine 01 13 rooms; the lot is worth the
price asked.
/1 OUGn-ST. MODERN FLATS— TWO EXCEP-
VI tional flats of 7 rooms and batli each; total
yearly income $780; lot 27x137:6: price $9500;
this is positively one of the beat purchases In the
line of flats that can be found to-day.
We have several pieces that we consider gen-
uine hargalns; will bt* pleased to give you a list
of them if you will call.
O'FARRELL & CO.,
Heal Estate Brokers,
11 Montgomery st.
fi«99' MUST SELL— LOT 2 BLOCKS S. OF
«Jp_i_^O. park: title insured: level; worth double.
Call at. once, 9 Powell St., room 3. •
/CHOICE INVESTMENTS. ~~~
CHOICE INVESTMENTS.
\J . $60,000 TO LOAN.
BANK INTEREST DOUBLED.
PROPERTY TITLES GUARANTEED. <>■>}
NO RISK.
COMPARE.
; ■•;.-; no RISK.
$360 a year on $2250 buys 4 neat flats, while
city banks will only pay you $90.
$120 a month on $16,500 for elegant corner N.
of Market; new Improvements; bank interest only
pays $50.
$2800— Cottage, dow fine business property, at
518 (astro. •
$4600— Rents $40; for cottage and '£ flats on
Bush, to rear street. . • - .
$5000— $48: 3 new flats on car line.
$6500— Two elegant flats, with a stable, on Pane.
' $6750— Three elegant flats near Halgbt and Fill-
more: rents HI; lot 25x110. - •
$6800— new flats; Jackson St.: rents $65.
$10,000— Store and 4 flats: new; near City Hall;
rents $Bb. ~ ". -' — .
$12,B00— Ellis st. : investment; rents $125.
$6500—3 flats and stable in Western Addition:
rents $70.
CM 1 AAA 20-ROOM nouSE AND LOT,
tJpXX.UUU. 39x80, at 1607 California street;
terms half cash. -•
<JM 9 F.{\(\ FINE CORNER; ALWAYS
tjDX_i.oUU. rented for $116; Relect localltv.
k >A AAA corner 110x120; NEW'IM-
«Ip_iU.UUI/. provements; rents $180. :
<_ (\(\f\ BUBINESS PROPERTY; LOT
»_f_O.UUU. 36x120; within 150 feet of Mar-
ket; near the Baldwin; with small outlay will
easily rent for $500. • •
<_1 in linn MARKET-ST. BUSINESS
X\J,\J\J\J. property, near the Baldwin; 2
frontages.
A. M. SPECK <t CO.,
■ ; . ■ 602 Market st.
T\O YOU KNOW A GOOD THING 7
Great
Big lots.
Clement St.,
Point Lobos and 26th ayes.
$375 and upward; $50 cash,
$10 monthly; cheapest lots in the city.
They are selling fast: don't wait.
Sutro elt-rtrJc cars on Clement st.
BALDWIN »fc HAMMOND, 10 Montgomery st. :
THE TALK OF THE TOWN. - : ~.
JL ' Those cheap lots on 10th ' and 11th ayes., M
and N sts., south of the park; only $275, $25 down
$10 a month; fine views of the park and Golden
Gate; perfect title; are selling fast; only a few left.
BALDWIN & HAMMOND,
- . ■ ■ ■..;-- . 10 Montgomery^. :
OUBK AND LOT; REDUCED FROM $H6OO
to $7250; . 1318 Leavenworth St., bet. Clay
and Washington; house of 9 rooms; bath; elec-
tric lis<htini{; hot-air furnace; marine view: terms
will be made. Apply MADISON <fc BURKE. , .
<Bt'-*nn/t * FLATS NEAR 9TH ANDHARRI-
ripO\J\J\J. son sts. ■at a bargain ; ' if renovated
will pay over 16 per cent on the entire Investment;
lot 25x100: street accepted; offer wanted. GEO.
W. ARMBRUSTEB, 24 Montgomery st. . '■ : >-_;■;-
COTTAC4ES7JUBT COMPLETED; $3600; EASY
) terms; 6 rooms; bath; elegant muutels: gaa
fixtures, Bhades; tiled sink; high basement; all
modern: 3 car lines; onen daily. E. P. E. TROY,
owner, 301 California st. • • v
fl> "I WEEKLY: GOOD BERKELEY LOTS.
«IP-L The dollar was earned from day to day;
«■ I*4 The dollar was round, it rolled away. • : * . . ."-
•Save your dollar. . Own your lot,
50- Lot 25x102; $1 weekly.
- *176— Lot 31x136; $1 weekly.
$250— Lot 25x120; $1 weekly; sewered. >.
$313— Lot 25x100: $1.25 weekly; macadamized.'
- CHAS.; A. BAILEY, 46 Market su, fc>. F., or
ilerkeley station, Berkeley. . • - : . . , ,-, .
I A X E VIEW LOTS; ; NEAR . NEW KACE-
track; low prices; easy terms. THE McCAR-
THY CO., C 46 Market^ ■.•*. ■>••.:■: : ' a--: - ;■;•
I^RUITV ALE TERMINAL TRACT D.PRATT,
X I Yruitvale ' : sta. THE MCCARTHY CO., 646
Market st., S.F.: Lots $100 up; easy terms. ■'/'
TJOUSES BUILTBI6O TO $275 A ROOM; CALL
-U. and examine d lan*. 1149 Mission st. ; ; /
RIGHT, CHEERY, HEALTHFUL - LOCA-
tion— Fruitvale Terminal Tract. Lots $100 up.
■ i •■■j",: ;«■;»',; .■...'- ' ■• ■■: . ■ ■> - :■, ■■,-.■■'..
CITY KEAL ESTATE.
C.BEMIS.-' —-^-——--—"^-—7--?—^
. REAL ESTATE AND LAND AGENT,' -:■•
324 MONTGOMERY ST.
FOR SALE. :
7OA A RENT A YEAR— BRICK BUILDING
«]r • *t\J\J business property on Market st. - •
"1 Ojixl9s— N\V. COR. OF A ST. AND 27TH
JL^jw aye.; as a whole or In subdivisions. :
©1 1 AAll corner pacific AYE. AND
11. UUU. Baker su: 55x137:6 feet.
fltOi'AA E. SIDE BTANYAN ST., BET.
«JD.SJUUU. Carl and Frederick; 25x100. -
<j£l^n T CARLOS-VILLA LOT; 100x150
j»^7Afi ? 50x127:6 FEET ON JACKSON ST.,
t]pU 1 \J\J» overlooking the Presidio and bay. . .
<3i£nnn 2 MODERN HOUSES of 8 ROOMS
«IDUUUU. each, at 25x137:6 feet; electric
road passes houses; make'offer. "'- -'■..'■ "
(^QKAA 2-STORY 8-ROOMED HOUSE ON
OO\J\J . Harrison St.. bet. First ana Fremont.
\(\(\ LOT ON : DTTNCAN ST., BET. NOE
•tIPttUU. and Castro: 25x114 feet. .
Q!i QKAA ELEGANT NW. CORNER OF COLE
tJpOJUU. and Carl sts. . ....
(JfcQAA CHOICE BUILDING LOTS NORTH
OUU. of park. -
COIiNTK* K£AL ESTAT£,. '
AN CHES s ANDRENT. SEND
XV for catalogue . or see . E. E. UUNCE, 1008
Broadway, Oakland.
A A-ACRE HILL CHICKEN RANCH ; 25
JtU acres cultivable; plenty of wood and water; a
sightly, pretty place: lovely shade trees; $400;
half cash. , D. H. TWING, Sonoma City, Cal. Par-
ticulars at 632 Market St., room 5. " • '.
yDWIN K. ALSIP <ft CO.,
REAL ESTATE DEALERS.
COUNTRY REAL ESTATE A SPECIALTY.
We have sold and exchanged properties ' during
bard times. .Why? Because we have a long list
of the best properties in the State at the lowest
prices, and parties wishing country lands find ex-
actly what they want.
PRICES REDUCED FROM $6000 TO $4500.
, OWNER MUST. SELL .
Immediately, on account of leaving the State: a
fine 10-acre. fruit farm at Mountain View, Santa
Clara County, with trees in fine healthy condition, |
in full bearing, and also some berries for home use; i
house or 5 rooms, barn; chicken-houses to accom-
modate 1000 chickens; place is ia fine«rder, hav-
ing always had the best of care.
; ALSO
$12.000— A very desirable place near Concord,
Contra Costa County, consisting of 105 acres; 70
acres rich bottom land,' balance fine fruit land;
good house, outbuildings; family orchard; its
nearness to the San Francisco market makes tnis
place specially suitable for raising vegetables;
terms are easy; JjSIOOO or $1500 down, and balance
on time, or will exchange in part for city property.
EDWIN K. ALSIP «fc CO.,
No. 9, rotunda, Mills Building,
San Francisco. •■
r nr\ ACRES— SS PER ACRE-. PLENTY OF
uUU water; good . hog ranch. P. E. LAMAR,
313 Montgomery st. ■ . ■
RANGE BLOSSOM COLONY, : . ■ -•--.:.
OAKDALE, STANISLAUS CO., CAL."
Beautiful young orange groves in tracts of 5 acres
and upward, lying along the Stanislaus River, two
and a half miles from Oakdale.the principal station
of th'- Southern Pacific Railroad on theline between
StocKton and Merced. The Stanislaus and San
Joaquiu Irrigation Comnuny's canal runs directly
through the colony, and the property ha 3' a per- I
petual water right.
Wears prepared to sfll portions of the property I
either unimprovpdor already planted to Washing- j
ion Navels, Mediterranean Sweets and Maltese
Bloods. Tho property Is ; under the immediate
direction and care of an experienced horticulturist,
who has received diplomas and medals at eight
different county fairs in the State and for a small I
consideration cares for the orange groves for non-
residents.
A high and dry country, with a perfect natural
drainage system. All kinds of small game near by
affords excellent sport tor hunters. -.-■-.-, • -
Prices for land, including a perpetual water right i
ana planted to orange trees, $175 per acre. ' Un'rn- j
proved land .with fully paid up water rlphts, $70
per acre. Terms: The purchase price payable In
six annual payments, - without Interest; title per-
fect and liberal discount for cash.
For further particulars, maps and catalogues, ad-
dress
KASTON, ELDRIDGE <fc CO., -
638 Market Street.
San Francisco. Cal.
Or F. T. KNEWING, our representative, '
Oakdale, Cal.
"1 A ACRES, «100: MORE SAME PRICE; PAY-
1U able $2 a week, without interest; level valley
land; railroad nius through . the tract; ' the best
bargain in California; secure a home; you will not j
miss the $2 a week: will be worth $5 to $1.
WESTERN LAND COMPANY, 640 Market st.
UGAR-PINE TIMBER FOR SALE. J. J.
BIG LOW, second floor, room 3, Mills building.
TO 8 ACRE CHICKEN RANCHES ON 10
years' credit. D. H. TWIN'G. Sonoma City.Cat.
SEND FOR OUR LIST OF ORCHARD lib .M KS
0 for sale. WOQSTKR <fc \VH ITTON. S:.ti Jose.
TO EXCUAi. «li.
rfio^xciiATrG^^criTf-E^G^To^s^i^L^cK
JL from Fruitvale station for stock of merchandise.
Address G. X., box 144, Call Office. . j
INK RESIDENCE OF 7 ROOMS AND BATH; |
J in Mission, to exchange for good building lot in
Wesfrn Addition. WORKMAN A FRENCH, !
630 Markot st. * - ■'- ■ i
-, MEDICAL. -
r ."\V." l 'scblTr2i9 POWELL ST^-
i'JL Specialists in female complaints and diseases
of the eye; consultation free. • , ■■ ■ r
\ BLESSING TO LADIES — INSTANT RE
-rL lief for monthly irregularities (from whatever
cause) by the most experienced ladies' physicians
In San Francisco, restores all cases by an improved
method, superior to others; ladies will save time
and money, be assured of honest treatment by
consulting the doctors before calling on others;
patients who have been imposed upon are spe-
cialiy invited; home in confinement: treatment
warranted : advice free, confidential. DR. and MRS.
DA VIES, 14 McAllister st., near Jones.
NEW 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 sur>* call on men's
physician ;kno\vledge cau be sent and used at home;
all cases guaranteed. DR. POPPER, 318 Kearny st.
\LL FEMALE IRREGULARITIES HE-
•XV stored in a few hours: safe I and . sure relief at
anytime; travelers helped at once; home in con- |
finemeut; French pll guaranteed; consult free.
MRS. DR. WYETH, 916 Post St., near Larkin.
rjn ABE R'S "INFALLIBLE PREVENTIVE,"
1 for either sex : send 2c for information or 60c
for trial jar. TAYLOR CHEM. CO.. box 1896, 3.. F.
T ADIES — DAUDET'S FEMALE REGULA
XJ ting Pills: strongest, safest, best; never fall;
91 per box. WIDBER'S drugstore, 14 Ellis st-,
formerly cor. Market Third sts.. sole agents. -
DX. HALL, 14 MCALLISTER STREET, NEAR
;Jones. * Diseases of women and children^
SURE CURE FOR ALL FEMALE Dl*
eases, from whatever cause; a home in con-
finement with every comfort; satisfaction guar-
anteed, by MRS. DR. GWYER. 226 Turk st.
DD PRAE'S FEMALE REGULATING PILLS; j
safe and efficient emmenagogue; 91 per box. i
RICHARDS&CO., druggists, 406 Clay Bt.. sole ag'ts. ,
HOME, A FRIEND AND MOTHER'S CARE. !
MRS. DR. FUNK'S, 1416 Eighth St., Alameda. i
IAR. GOODWIN MAKES A SPECIALTY OP -
yJ diseases of women and restores all irregularl- \
ties In one day, guaranteeing a cure or no charge; \
regulator »2; home for patients. 1870 Market st- j
MRS. DR. WEGENER: PRIVATE HOME IN i
confinement: irregularities cured in a few i
hours without operation; pills $2. 419 Eddy st.
A LI'EAU'S FRENCH . PILLS; A BOON TO I
xi. ladies troubled with irregularities; no danger;
safe and sure; 92 50 express C. O. D.; don't delay
nntil too late. OSQOOD BROS., Oakland, Cal.
TF IRREGULAR or XnyTfemale disease i
1 see Mrs. Dr. Pnetz and be content- 'Zf>tV% 4th. ;
. > enorosAiiS. .
TORO I'O^^Lir^O^SU^pTTFEirT^R^VETE-
X rans 1 Home Association— Notice is hereby given
that sealed proposals will be received by the board j
of directors of the Veterans' Home Association at j
its office, room 13, 320 Sansome street, San Fran-
cisco, California, up to 2 o'clock r. m., Saturday, I
December 21, 1896, and opened Immediately there- J
after in the presence of bidders, for furnisning and |
delivering quartermaster and commissary supplies
for the Veterans' Home, Napa County, California
(railroad station YountviUe), for the six months
commencing January 1, 1896, and ending. June
30,1896.-- * : ■'■- ■ "
Schedules, with Information and instruct'ons for
submitting • bids, will be furnished npon . appll-
cation to the undersigned. ■ Bidders will car fully ;
follow the conditions of the schedules, and no bid
will be considered unless it Is iv accordance with .
such schedules. Each bidder must accompany his
bH wiih a certified check upon some well known i
and responsible banking house for at least 10 per
cent of the amount of his bid, payable to J. C. Cur- j
rier, treasurer,' conditional that, the bidder will
enter into a good and valid contract, upon notice of
acceptance, bs required by law. The board re- j
serves the right to reject any or all - bids, and to ;
order any quantity over or under the amount speci- ;
fied. Address J. J. Scovllle. Secretary Veterans' !
Home Association, room 13. 320 Sansome street.
San Francisco, ; California. :By order of ' the board
of directors. ■-- J. J. SCOVILLE, Secretary.-
-'. 1.1 <; ■VI- MOTICKS.
I ~n~t~hls~su p^rTo^^^^jr^T^clty^and
County of ban Francisco, State of California. I
In the matter of the estate of MARIE STUBER,
deceased. -■>:- -'v--- ■*-•-■;■■ ■'■•>•. •.-'•*• ■* ■ \ --^.v .•:■=■■-• :
Order to Show Cause— lt appearing to this Court
by the petition this day presented and filed by
J. C. RUED, Executor of tbe last will and testa-
ment of -MARIE STUBER. 5 deceased, > that: it
would be for tbe advantage, benefit and best inter-
ests of the estate of the 'said deceased and those
Interested therein, to sell the whole of the real . es-
tate of said decedent and also tbe personal property,
a general description and statement ot which ap-
pears In the safd petition: <---; ■■-:•-•.• .. -
It Is therefore ordered by this Court that all 5 per-
sons interested in I the said > estate lof the said de- "
ceased appear before this Court on I the 20th day ot }
December, A. D. 1895, at the hour of 10 o'clock
a. k. of said day, at the Courtroom lof said Court
at the New City Hall in-: the City and County of
San Francisco, State, of California, to show cause
why an order should not be granted to said Execu- ,
tor, as prayed for in said petition.for the sale of the
whole of Mti«i real - and I personal | property of the :
said decedent, and that a copy of this order be pub-
lished for four successive. weeks in a newspaper
printed and published in said City and County of
San Francisco. ' "^VsVi,^ ' :
Dated November 15, 1895.
': - >. .'- J. V. COFFEY, Judge.
W. F. WILLIAMSON, • v
■ Attorney for Executor, Mills building. * •
OAKLAND ADVERTISEMENTS
OFFICE— BROADWAY.
■:.. -■>.- OAKLAND . KEAb KSTATE.
"POULTRY BANCHES AND SMALL HOMES
-C in Oakland atid Fruitvale for sale, rent or ex-
change. E. HILL, room 34, Donohoe Building, S. P.
TjiINE HOMES FOB SALE; CALL AND SEE
X 1 the 8 and 10 room 'houses we are completing:
in 5 minutes' walk of Fourteenth-st. local I first
class .in all of their conveniences easy terms. -
Homes built on your " own plans and sold you on
easy terms: this side of the bay. •.•''■■■• -<-, ■■"■■: 1 :
Also some fine exchanges for clear vacant lots
or- country property.* C. P. KERN, Central Bank
building, Oakland. . - - - : ;
at^A CASH AND $15 PER MONTH; SAME
«IrUU as rent; new cozy cotta.se. 4 rooms and
bath; good locat.on; total price only 1000; this
is a bargain; apply at once. HUGH M. CAM-
ERON, 479 Ninth st., Oakland.
T>UTCHEB-SHOP; FIXTUBES COMPLETE;
-D excellent location: established 16 years; rent
reasonable. Apply isL'2i/2 Seventh, Center station.
ffltOA MONTHLY FOR fi-ROOM COTTAGES;
tJpZils plans free. F. BOEGLE. Golden Gate statn.
<2* "I Cn LOTS NEAR THE ALTENHEIM IN
«fl'-L<-)l/. Fmitvale; electric cars; only $1 down
and $1 a week: selling fast; good improvements.
H. B. PINNEY. owner. 802 Broadway, Oakland. .
A WEEK'S NEWS FOB 6 CENTS — THifl
WEEKLY CALL. In wrapper, for mailing. -
OAKLAND FUKMTURE FOR SALE
TTURNITURE AND CARPETS AT YOUR OWN
f price. H. SCItELLHAAS. 408 Eleventh st.
ALAMEDA ADVERTISEMENTS
OFFICE— I43S PARK STREET.
ALAMtDA REAL I STATE.
fltl OH DOWN.BALANCE^iiaNTKLSrTpAY*
*IP_LU"/ ments— Fine nearly new modern 2-story
house, 7 rooms and bath ; near station, school and
churches: must be sold: call and see at once. H.
P. MOREAL, 1432 I'ark St.. Alameda.
fIJJI (\(\ DOWN —ELEGANT NEW 5-ROOM
<J? IUU modern cottage in center of city, close to
school and station; lot 35x150: price $2250. For
immediate sale Alamedu : Land Company, 1500
Park St., Alameda.
<S*Af\f\(\ new AND MODERN house OF 7
(JPIUUIF. rooms and bath: lot 42x147:6; in
good locality; terms easy; installments. JOSEPH
A. LEONARD CO., 1364 Park St., Alameda.
JKERIi.tiL.EY KJSAi, ESTATE.
tTerkeley BARGAINS. ' "
J> $1500— Cottage 4 rooms; large lot 100x125.
$450— Corner 48x79; $50 down, 10 monthly.
$350—1 acre on side hill.
$500—1 acre on eminence.
$600— Corner 100x115 with creek.
Slso— Lot 25x102; $10 down, $5 monthly.
$175— Lot 31x135; $10 down, $10 quarterly.
$4500—3 acres on fine street.
$:-;oo— Lot 48x100.
CHAS. A. BAILEY, 46 Market st., San Fran-
cisco,' or Berkeley station, Berkeley. . -. C. .. •:;
ELEGANT LOTS NEAR THE • BERKELEY
UNIVERSITY, "
TO CLOSE AN ESTATE. ; f :-. --.
$1600-40x130; NW. cor. Durant aye. and Ful-
ton St. ■ . : ft>- '/ - . .
$1500—50x130: Fulton St., nr. Dnrant aye. -
1 $1600—40x130; AW. cor. of Bancroft way and
Union st. •
$1750—50x130; Bancroft wav, nr. Union st.
$1600—40x110; SE. cor. of Durant and Tele-
graph ayes. - ' ■
$1500—50x110; Telegraph aye., nr. Durant aye.
$1800—46x120; NE. cor. Bancroft way and Tel-
egraph aye.
$1SOO— 70x138; Hillegass aye.. nr. Bancroft way.
$2000—70x140; Telegraph aye., . ur. Bancroft
way. • ■ : _■•■.' -
$2500—91x138; University aye., near the Uni-
versity grounds. ;
$2000—120x119; Shattuck nr. VinesU -
$1800— An acre lot near the Town Hall.
Also 70 lots at Ashby station; cheap; on easy
terms. Come quick if you want the choice of
these bargains. : r-;--^
M. L.WUBTS,
Opp. Dwight-way station, Berkeley.
/CHEAPEST AND BEST IN AMERICA— THE
\J WEEKLY CALL, sent to any address in the
United States or Canada one year for $1 50, post-
mre free.
STOCKTON ADVERTISEMENTS
STOCKTON BfiAX ESTATE.
S^^Tx^TTA^BEIoN^ETFXTFrD^BV^rHE
directors of the S. F. and S. J. V. R. R. Co.
(Valley road) for the principal station in thesouth-
eastern part ol San Joaquin County and is destined
to become at once- the most important of all the
stations on the line of th« railroad on - account of
the vast bodies of rich, alluvial loam lands sur-
rounding the town, every acre of which will be
sold with a perpetual water right. ;,-;',V-;v-;.
' Take some of your money out of the 4-per-cent
eavings bank and invest in this coming center of
southeastern s»n Joaquin County.
For m.ips, descriptive matter, etc., address E. E.
HARLOWE <fc CO., 430 East Main St., Stockton.
California.
SANTA CLARA COHNTY.
. REAL ESTATE.
ANTA CLARA VALLEY LANDS.
' 19,000 acres in subdivisions for fruit planting.
Apply to C. H. PHILLIPS, proprietor.
32 East Santa Clara St., San Jose, CaL
MONEY TO LOAJi.
ONEY WANTED TO LOAN IN SUMS OF
$200 and upward, on first and second mort-
gages and other collaterals. - Full particulars at
Laymance Real Estate and Investment Company,
466 Eighth St., Oakland, Cal. . »■■-■.-
-< Si 1 f\(\ t\l'M\ TO LOAN-CITY, OAKLAND,
IUU.UUU Alameda or Berkeley real estate;
first mortgages. HUGH M. CAMERON, Broker,
479 Ninth st:, Oakland.
ONEY LOANED ON JEWELRY AND
other valuables ■at the Security Loan Office,
1106Marketst.,nr. Mason; private entrance 7 Turk.
OKROW; MOSEY' ON YOUR DIAMONDS,
jewelry, furniture and pianos without removal:
lowest rates. Call or write to HARRY ANKEL <fc
CO., Mills bldg. sth floor, r 6; strictly confidential j
TRICTLY PRIVATE LOAN OFFICES. 850
O Market, cor.btockton, rms. 17 and 18,nrst floor:
established 30 years; always open. "Uncle Bill."
WHY PAY *5. ON THE HUNDRKD COM-
' » mission to the broker when you can get the
same direct from the loaner without it and with-
out charge for making out papers on your pianos
and furniture of private families, which furniture
is now under the new law mortgageable; lowest in-
terest without removal: any amount from $100 to
$5000. 418 Ellis St., room 22. . , :
T OANB-ON-BEAL ESTATE IST AND 2ND
XJ mortgages, undivided interests, estates, and on
furniture or pianos, without removal. in the city
and ' Oakland or Alameda: Any amount: lowest
rates; all business confidential: savings bank books
bought. Call or write to BEC KER.24O Montgomery.
DVANCESON DIAMONDS, JEWELRY AND
j\ all securities. Columbia Loan and Collateral
Office, 9 Grant aye. . ■>„ : . ' , .
AN V AMOUNT: IST, 2D or 3D MORTGAGES;
A estates, undivided interests, real estate in pro-
bate. 1 McCOLGAN, 24 Montgomery, rooms 2-3. '
"I ST AND 2D MOBTGAGES; CITY OR COUN«
X try: administrators' mortgages, interests in es-
tates, diamonds, pianos, etc, MURPHY, 628 Mkt.
ONEY . LOANED, 6V2 PEB - CENT -^ ON
mortgages. A. F. JOHNS <fc CO., 632 Market st.
FIIfAJ«CIAI..
ITY^BI^NDT^FORrSALE— »f2,bob~6TpEB
cents Issued by. city ;of Monrovia, Cal. ; partic-
ulars upon application. DE VAN <& CO., Los An-
geleB,Cal. . _ '
PERSONS WHO WANT 4 TO 7 PER CENT
X interes a year on their money should ' consult
I. W. ENTZ <fe CO., 401 California st.
ANY SUM OF MONEY ADVANCED ON
your furniture, pianos or real estate: lowest
rate; call and state your proposition or write; open
evenings. J. NOON AN. loai Mission su "
JUITUKC'JS PROCEEDINGS.
Complaints filed: ~~" ■ •
: Bessie Olsen against Peter Olsen. .
Divorces granted : „ ' \ "
Bartholomew Ratio from Delia Batto for deser-
tion, by Judge Sanderson. .-. -. v •■': ; :.
BIRTIIS-HttARRIAGES-DEATIIS.
[Birth, marriage and death notices sent by mail
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 authorized
to have the same published.] - . . ■ *.; _<-■
„.' '. : '!■ \« r " ' BORN. ,'" .. ■
CBOOKS— In this city, December . 3, 1895, .to the
wife of Samuel R. Crooks, a daughter. ■
HAAS— In this city,' December 8, 1985, to the wife
of B. Haas, a son. ; ... ._ _„ ;. j „.,; .
KELLEY— In this c!ty, November 17, 1895, to the
wife of J. H. Kelley, a daughter. - :
SALOMON— this city, December 10, 1895, to the
wife of Sam Salomon, a daughter. .-. «_. . - ; -
; jiakkied. -,-- ; ;•.."! . , ■
BRUCE— SCABLETT— In thiscity, December 8.
1896, by the Bey.C. O. Brown, Henry C. Bruce
and Henrietta Scarlett, ' i.-? ■■'*.- ; .
LOBING— BEED— In Alameda, December 5, 1895,
by the Bey. J. K. McLean, Francis H. Loring of
Kobe, Japan, • and Emma : Louise , Beed . of Ala-
meda. ■:•.-.* tVS »":."- '„.'... . ',■■ -ii'-i
METZKEB— WILEY-In this : city, December 9,
-. 1895, by the Bey. P. Flawith, John O. Metzker
of - Willow Ranch. Modoc County, and Minnie
Wiley of CedarvlUe, Modoc County. ;> .-*-; ..• j
SHAW— RAY— In Oakland, December 10, 1895,
Palmer H. Shaw and j Hannah *K. ■ Bay of -Na-
■ .■varro, Cal. •-;.. r ■-.-. .•;. -i.-r ■■ ■..' :■ ■ < ,-.?.^;'
Dir:i).
Andersen. George' . 1- vons. "Alhertß. ;
Akerblum. Adolf '. ■ MatTeth, Kll. n
Crane. >lrs.lLouise J. MuUig»B, Bernard
ConradBoii, Agnes ' * Masopost. Joseph
Coleman, Hannah "'.* McColgan, Susan
Donohoe, Thomas Pedersen. Btrihinens
Eves, J. W. ■ Piovard, Laura 1 Elena
Fritzsche, Minnie Paul. Elizabeth C.
Frichette, Marie It. D. Roifson, Rolf ,
Hogan, Daniel ..." Rigney, Lizzie
Hamilton/Andrew Schroeder. Theodore
•Haves, Michael Joseph • Shanley, Annie L. -
Judson, Mary E. . Wnlff. Emil
:*"-: Withee. Joseph M.
ANDERSEN Tn this city, December 'lO, 1895.
George Andersen, a native of Norway, aged 50
years. .' '
Friends and acquaintances are r>; ■■ •
fully invited to attend the funeral TO-MORROW
(Thursday), at 2 o'clock p. m., from the par-
lors of Theodor DierKs. 957 Mission atreet.
In.ennent I. O. O. F. Cemetery.
AKERBLUM— In the City and County Hospital,
December 10, 1895, Adolf Akerblum, aged 40
years. *
CRANE— In Oakland, December 9, 1895. Mrs.
. Louise J. Crane, beloved mother of Harry H. and
Carlton C. Crane, a native of New York, aged 58
years and 9 months. [Rochester (N. V.) papers
please copy.J v. ;■.•',
Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral THIS. DAY
(Wednesday), at 2 o'clock p. m., at the parlors
Of the First Presbyterian Church. Oakland. In-
. terment private at Mountain View Cemetery.
COLEMAN— In this city, December 10. 1895, Han-
nah, beloved wlte of the late Hyman Coleman,
j and 1 mother of Mrs. : E. A. • Jaujou, Mrs. I." S.
' Cohen, Charles, Morris, William, Harry and
JoseDh Coleman, a native of Wreshen, aged 68
years.
V CONRADSON— In this city, December 8, 1H95,
Agnes, beloved wife of the late Alfred Couradson
and mother of Agnes and Helena Cpnradson, a '
native of Sweden, agea 38 years 2 months and 3
days. • .; . •-'. '.■■■."
JBS" Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Wednesday ), at 1 o'clock p. m., from her late
residence, 33 V 2 Zoe street, thence to Foresters'
Hall (Sherwooa Circle), where services will be
held. Interment I. O. O. F. Cemetery.
DONOHOE— In this city.. December 10. 1895.
Thomas Donohoe, a native of New Fork, aged
67 years.
EVES— In the City and County Almshouse, De.
cember 10, 1895, J. W. Eves, a native of Canada,
': aged 44 years.
FRITZSCHE— In this city, December 8, 1895,
Minnie, beloved wife of Charles F. Fritzsche, and
mother of Edna and Richie Fritzsche, a native of
New York. aged.2B years 9 months and 25 days.
[Rochester (NyY.) papers please copy, i ?SglBHfl
JB3y* Friends and acquaintances • are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Wednesday), at 1 :30 o'clock p. m., from the par-
lors of the Golden Gate Undertaking Co., 2429
Mission street, near Twenty^firsu Interment
I. O. O. F. Cemetery.
FRICHETTE— In this city. December 9. 1895,
Marie Rosa Dellna, beloved wife of Edmond fn-
chette, aud mother of Henry, George, Arsene,
Sarah and Rosa Frichette, and sister-in-la.v of L.
D. r.nd Othate Frichette, a native of Canada.aged
45 years and 7 months.
JB3T Friends and , acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Wednesday), at 8:30 o'clock a.m.. from her late
residence. 1437 Valencia street, thence to St.
James Church, Twenty-third and Guerrero
streets, where a mass will be said for the repose
of her soul. - .
HOGAN— In this city, December 9, 1895, Daniel
Hogan,' a native of County Tipperary, Ireland,
aged 49 years. ;• , .. . . .
HAMILTON-In the City and County Hospital,
December 10, 1895, Andrew Hamilton, aged 28
years-
HAVES— this city, December 10, 1895, Michael
Joseph, beloved son of Mary A. and Jeremiah
Hayes, and 'brother of Mamie, Willie, Daniel,
John, Agnes and Eveline Hayes, a native of San
Francisco, aged 10 years 8 months and 14 days.
JUDSON— In city, December 9. 1895, Mary.
iS., beloved wife of Thomas R. Judson. and
mother of Nettie, Clarence. Florence, Frank,
Fanny, Robert, Minnie and Harry Judson, a na-
. tive of New York, aged 48 years 3 months and
24 days. ■-:, . : : : • ■
JKF" Friends and acquaintances are 'respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral FRIDAY.
December 13, at 12:30 o'clock p. ir., from her
late residence, Alvarado and Douglass streets.
Interment Cypress Lawn Cemetery.
LYONS— In Oakland, December 10, : 1895, Albert
8., beloved husband of Theresa Lyons, a native
of Peru, aged 49 years.
flSTNotice of funeral hereafter. Remains at par-
lors of A. W. Martin <fc Co., 118 Geary street.
MULLIGAN— In this city, December 8, 1895. Ber-
nard Mulligan, dearly beloved brother of Owen
Mulligan, a native of County Fermanagh, Ire-
land, aged 60 years. ''.*.V-? • . .■■•-« ■f'Vii •-;■.'
JBQS"Notice of funeral hereafter. Remains at par-
lors of Carew <fc English, 19 Van Ness avenue.
MASOPOST— In this city, December 6, 1895, Jos-
eph Masopost, a native of Austria, aged 57 years.
Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Wednesday), at 2 o'clock p. m.. from the
parlors of Carew & English, 19 Van Ness avenue.
Interment Laurel Hill Cemetery.
McCOLGAN— In this city, December 10, 1895,
Susan, relict of the late Eugene McColgan. and
: beloved mother of John and the late Charles Mc-
Colgan. and sister of Mrs. K. Murphy, a native of
the parish of Moville, County Donegal, Ireland,
aged 72 years.
MAFFETH— In this city, December 9, 1895, Ellen
M.iiYe:h. relict of the late Charles Maffeth. a na-
tive of the parish of Ballyheigh, County Kerry,
Ireland, aged 55 years.
«S-The funeral will take place TO-MORROW
(Thursday), at 11 o'clock a. m., from the par-
lors of J. C. O'Connor & Co., 767 Mission street.
Interment Mount Calvary Cemetery.
PROVARD— In Oakland.December 9, 1895, Laura
• Elena Provard, a native of Tucson, Ariz., aged
' 13 years 8 months and 14 days.
PEDERSEN— In South San Francisco, December
10, 1895, Berthineus, beloved husband of Ane
E. Pedersen, and father of Otto, Alma and Al-
fred Pedersen, Mrs. Üba Barnes, Mrs. Amanda
Reddy and Mrs. Rosa Klein, a native of Kger-
sund, Norway, aged 61 years 2 months and 9
days. A member of . the Scandinavian Society
and Samaritan No. 13, Order of Chosen Friends.
. Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral TO-MORROW
(Thursday), at 1:30 o'clock p. m.. from his late
residence, 938 Eleventh avenue, South San Fran-
cisco. Interment Laurel Hill Cemetery. . ...
PAUL— Alameda, December 10, 1895, Elizabeth
C. Paul, a native of England, aged 85 years 11
months and 1 day.
aarFriend* are respectfully invited to attend
the funeral TO-MORROW (Thursday), at 11:30
o'clock a. m., at St. John's Episcopal Church,
corner Fifteenth and Valencia streets. Please
omit flowers. Interment private. ■
BIGNEY— In this city. December 10, 1895, Lizzie,
beloved wife of the late John Rigney. and be-
loved . daughter of Mrs. Ellen Burdett and
the late John O'Connell, and beloved mother of
Francis. Eddie and Walter Rigney, a native of
San Francisco, aged 35* years 10 months and 15
days. v - ■. - - •
jJS-Friends and • acquaintances are resDect-
fully invited to attend the funeral TO-MORROW
(Thursday), at 9 o'clock a. k., from her late
residence, 222 Chestnut street, thence ■to St.
Francis Church, where a solemn, requiem high,
mass will be celebrated for the repose of her soul,
commencing at 9:30 o'clock a. v. Interment;
I Mount Cavalry Cemetery. ; ; - . ,
N. D. G. W.— Alta Parlor No. 3— Sisters: You are
hereby notified to attend the funeral of our de-
ceased sister, Mrs. . Lizzie Rigney, from her late
residence, 222 Chestnut street, on THURSDAY,
December 12, at 9a. m. By order of
MBS. DORA KING, President.
M. E. Grotk, Secretary. : • ' '."?.'
Y. L.l.— Young Ladies 1 Institute No. 2— Sisters:
You are requested to attend the funeral of our
deceased sister, Mrs. L. Bigney, THURSDAY at
9 o'clock a. m., from her late > residence. 222
Chestnut street. " M. DONOVAN, Pres.
KOLFSON— thiscity, December 9, 1895, Rolf J.
Bolfson, brother of Ole Bolfson, a native of Nor-
way, aged 40 years. .; •■■-'. V ■'•-.*:
IS" Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
■ (Wednesday), at 2 o'clock p. »r., from the oar-
j lors of H. C. Porter <& Co., 122 Eddy street.
Interment Laurel Hill Cemetery.
SCHBOEDEB— In this city, 9, 1895, Theodore, be-
loved husband of Augusta 1 Scbroeder, dearly be.
I loved son of Anton and Matilda Schrocder, and
brother of Mrs. Bertha Hand man, a native of St.
Louis, aged 29 years 2 months and 16 days.
Friends and ' acquaintances - are respect- •
fully Invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Wednesday), at 2 o'clock p. m., from his late
■- residence. • 1020 Shotwell street, near Twenty-
fifth. Interment I. O. O. F. Cemetery.
SHANLEY— In Oakland, December • 10. 1895,
. Annie Loretta, beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
William Shanley, a native of Oakland, aged IS
years 5 months and, 15 days. [Salem (Mass.)
papers please copy.j ■ ...
. Friends and ; acquaintances ' are ■ respect-
I fully invited to attend the funeral TO-MORROW
• (Thursday), at 10 o'clock a. v., from the resl-
aence of the parents,. 818 Twenty -first street,
thence to St. Francis de Sales Church, where a
requiem high mass w!ll be celebrated for the
I ' repose of her soul 'at 10:30 o'clock a. m. Inter-
ment St, Mary's Cemetery."
W ITHEE— In this city. December 8, 1895, Joseph
M. Withee, a native of Maine, aged 69 years. A
- member of Uarfield Post No. 84, G. A. R., and a
' private of Company B, Sixth Maine Infantry. -
: Si"F riends and acquaintances and members
Of Uarfield Post, W. R. C. Comradesof G. A. P..,
and kindred associations are respectfully invited
toaitendthe funeral THIS. DA V (Wednesday)
at 1:30 o'clock P. m., from the parlors of A. W.
Martin <ft Co., 118 Geary street. Interment Na-
■ tional Cemetery. ...
WULFF— In thiscity, December 9, 1895. Emil,
beloved and youngest son of Catharine and the
late Peter WuliY, and brother of Annie, Margar-
B ethe, Peter, Johnny, Willie and Carl Wulff, a na-
t ive of San Francisco, aged 1 year and 11 days.
■ ffß~ Friends and acquaintances are : respoct-
" fplly invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
• (Wednesday), at 2 o'clock p. m., from the resi-
d ence of his mother, 211 y 3 Bartlett street, near
. Twenty .; Interment I. O. O. F. Cemetery. .
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Everything Requisite for First-class Funerals i
: /:;- at Reasonable Rates. " ■
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McAVOY & CALLACHER, J
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'. v 80 Fifth St., Opp. Lincoln School. ;.
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