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HOUSES TO LET.
oTrTr^^ssio^pn^OMsTßATH, 934: 701
Z4U() Shot well, cor. Twenty-first, 10 < rooms,
bath, $30; 28 Hill, 7 rooms, bath, 930: 1139 Valen-
cia, 8 rooms, bath, 920: 929% >atoma, 6 rooms,
916- 105 Diamond, cottage. 5 rooms, bath, 910.
W. H. CKIM & CO., 118 Montgomery at.
1 1 07 GUEBBEBO— COMFORTABLE
XI O I dwelling of 6 rooms, bath, front and rear
garden, etc, $17; cor. Kearny aid Chestnut, unin-
terrupted marine view, large grounds, 8 rooms, 1
reiit|l«. W. H. CKIM & CO.. 118 Montgomery. 1
1 A" OAK ST., 1 BLOCK FROM MARKKT; 8 ]
XUO rooms and bath: rent only $30; see this at
once. MADISON A BURKK, 626 Market. _"
>,qq 1734 KLLIS ST.. NEAR WEBSTKR; 6
»**■_ O. rooms and bath; large dry basement also.
ASIITOS & GARDNER, 411 Montgomery su
>i OLDEN GATK AYE.— HOUSE. 7 ROOMS
\JT and bath: in good order: rent only 921 55;
water free; 4 GoMes place, bet. Hyde and Larkin.
Apply to P. C. MOLLOY, 138 Montgomery st.
ARK CHANCE — MODERN HOUSE OF 7 |
rooms and bath: newly painted and papered:
e-vervthlnc first-class: fine location; 1909 Kddy, I
near'Dcvisadero; rent 930. Apply P. C. MOLLOY,
138 Montgomery st.
T" O LI-.T— MODERN 2-STORY BAY-WINDOW
residence of 10 rooms, bath and outbuildings;
1518 Broderlck St., near Sutler: low rent; call at
premises. G. L. BRESSE & CO., Real Estate
Agents, 412 Pine st,
H"~OUKK""T~ROOMS; MODERN IMPROVE-
ments. 1216 Treat aye., opp. Garfield square.
/•-I Q FELL ST.— BOOMS; ALL MODERN
1 7/V7 JUNES. NEAR BROADWAY: HOUSE
X i U I of 4 eunny rooms: rent 914.
PPRKCIATEI) IF SF.EN-829y a SUITER,
-V near Jones; choice for doctor or dressmaker.
PPRECIATKDIFSEEN— 3O MORRIS AVK .
-.t. off Harrison st.. near sixth: sunny house of 6
rooms: good order; 913; water free; yard: cellar.
TaONVENIKNT HOUSE 5 ROOMS. 24 MOSS
\J St., off Howard, near Seventh.
OUSE OF 6 ROOMS AT 11 EWING PLACE.
off Lagunast.; rent 912.
LEGANTCOTTAGK; 5 ROOMS AND BATH;
XJ stable. 712 Nineteenth st, -
1- ROOMS, BATH AND LAUNDRY- FRONT
• and rear yams; on a pretty street, fronting pri-
vate park: newly painted, clean and attractive;
930. DEMPSTER, 36 Glen Park aye,
OQA NA'IOMA. NR. KLKVKNTH— BOOMS,
O 916: near City Hall.
A 1 Q7 TWENTIETH, NR. DIAMOND— NEW
'i 4 •' ) i house, 7 rooms, bath, laundry; low rent
to good tenant. Apply premises.
lOOK AT 8-ROOM HOUSE COB. PINE AND
1 scott, $S8; 9 room house, 26 Franklin, near
Market, 938; reduced 912 each.
~s*'Ji\ HOUSE 8 ROOMS, BATH; MODERN.
\PO\J. 1723 Clay st., near Van Ness aye.
~Q> \ rZ 1731 BROADWAY, NB. GOUGH ST.—
O ~iO. House;B rooms, with every convenience
in hot air furnace and marine view.
\\ RENT MANY HOUSES BECAUSE WE
»♦ treat people righu BALDWIN & HAM-
MOND 10 Montgomery st.
9^9 X van"ness AV&- LOWER PART of
— ()_») bouse: 4 furnished rooms, bath and laun-
dry; hot and cold water; 2 entrances.
ATICELY FURNISHED MODERN HOUSE; 7
-Li rooms: marine view; rent 935. 2414 Polk st.
C»9Q PARLOR, BEDROOM. DINING-ROOM,
*„—«">. sewing-room, bath, kitchen; all neces-
caries. 1917 H-':iry st.
COTTAGES TO LET.
7 1~9~ x^e"teentlh7^^b~^hTjbch^cot^
ii— ta,-e. 5 rooms aud bath; stable.
9 COTTAGES: 3 AND 6 ROOMS; BATH;
— cheap. Apply 2643 Bryant St., nr. Twenty-fifth.
CAOT AGE, 4 ROOMS: BATH: STATIONARY'
.' tubs; basement; yard; rent $11. 1228 Treat
(■IOTTAGK, 6 SUNNY ROOMS: LARGE YARD;
V.' rent reasonable. 9 Tehamasu -■ . ■
UNNV COTTAGES; 4 AND 5 ROOMS: BATH;
O large basement: yard. Cor. Dolores and 16th.
/ OTTAGE. 6 ROOMS; BATH. 2722 FOLSOM,
V near Twenty-third. ■ . • .-:
97 Af* BUSH— SUNNY BAY-WINDOW COT-
lUU tape: 5 rooms; bath; basement; yard;
9*-5 10 good tenant.
'Q^JN^rY^fA^fD^ol^L^YT ; U^NliH^DT : ro6Tl
0 of 4 rooms, bath, etc; suitable for family or
physician; reasonable. 913 Polk, near Geary.
"VT ICEL P U BNTBH D ; 7 ROOMS; BATH:
-L> in W>?stern Addition. Address R., box 47, Call.
1 £99 GEARY — SMALL SUNNY' FLAT;
I c)— — nicely furnished for housekeeping ; rent
FINE SUNNY CORNER FLAT; 6 ROOMS;
piano; reasonable. 800 a Webster st.
FLATS TO LET.
H~ouseT^ "c'i "sT" eddy! nr! larkin! 12
rooms, bath 95100
House— Broadway, nr. Scott, 11 r., b..
House— ls:l6 Kills, nr. Fillmore. 8 r., b 30 00
Flat— 94B Geary, cor. Polk, 7 r., b
Cottage— l9oB Baker, nr. Sacramento, 6r.,b. 27 50 !
Flat— lolo Polk. nr. Geary, 6 r., b V 5 00 j
House— 629 Post, ur. Taylor, 8 r., b 35 00 1
Lower— l3o6 Leaven nr C:ay, 6 r., b. 27 50
Upper— l6o7 J!cAl!ister,nr.Devlsadero,7r.,b 45 00
Lower— lll7 Turk, nr. Lacuna. 6 r., b 30 00
Hear flat— 62o Geary, nr. Jones, 6 r., b 20 00
l'p->er— 625 1 /a Hayes, 'ir. Buchanan, 6 r., b. 26 00
Upper— 72l% O'Farrell. nr. Hyde. 6 r., b... 26 00
Upper— 2o44 O'Farreli. nr. Devisadero,7r.,b. 35 00
House— 2o3o Scott, nr. Sacramento, 8 r., b.. 40 00
Flat— lBlo Eddy, nr. scott. b r., b
We have a splendid list of new places. Please
call. O'FARKELL. & CO., 11 Montgomery st.
t> 1 'J9 WASHINGTON— Iower 7 ROOMS.
OiO^ bah. *«2 50: 2518 Mission, upper 6
rooms, bath, $22 bO; 2825 Howard, lower. 5 rooms,
bath, 92 : i; 207 Second, upper 7 rooms, tl8; 824
Fiiber , mi .die v rooms, bath, marine view, $18:
1211 Guerrero, upper 5 rooms, bath, 917; ll /2
McLea court, upper 5 rooms, bath, 916; 526 Fil-
bert, upper a rooms, 916; 116 liorland, upper 5
rooms, £14 ; 1207 -Minna, upper 5 rooms, 914. W.
H. CBUi & CO., 118 Montgomery st.
I7lft SACRAMENTO OT., FEW FEET
1 liv from Van Ness aye— Beautiful middle
fla.. 6 rooms aud bath; newly renovated ; cheap
rent to good tenant. Apply BURNHAM &
Si ARSH CO., 628 Market si., opp. Palace Hotel.
1-1 I JACKSON ST., NEAR LARKIN— ELK-
It/1 1 -ant upper Hat of 6 large, sunny rooms
and bath; best location in city; low rent. Apply
BUK> HAM & MARSH CO., 628 Market sU, opp.
DON'T FAIL TO LOOK AT THOSE MODERN
flats of 6 rooms, bath, etc.; central location; I
no car fare necessary ; Turk st., near Larkin; rent j
only 925 per month. MADISON & BUKKK, 626
vj e w FLAT 7 rooms and bath. 652
-i.' Church st., cor. Hancock.
I^LAT 5 ROOMS AND BATH; MODERN IM-
provements. 1520 Post St.
T/'LAT 5 LARGE SUNNY' BOOMS. 1120 HAR-
X rlson St., near Seventh.
(T. I " LOVELY FLAT 5 ROOMS; BATH;
•4D-LU. gas. 3928 Nineteenth st., bet. Noe and
Sanchez. • .
TUNE CORNER FLAT 6 BOOMS AND BATH;
XIX I cheap to good tenant. Cor. McAllister and
VKW SUNNY FLATS 4 AND 5 ROOMS, *14
±y and9l6. Twenty-third St., near Harrison.
<2>l A 3 ROOMS; YAUD. 1706% SaN CAR-
«Jp IU, los aye., near Eighteenth and Mission sts.
"VTICE FLAT OF 5 SUNNY ROOMS. 2815
-L> Clay st., beU Scott and Devisadero.
QA PLEASANT, BET. TAYLOR, JONKS.CLAY
O\J ana Sacramento— 4 rooms; bath; 920.
ulji O THREE LARGE ROOMS; YARD. 409
<rXO. Thirteenth St., above Valencia.
<fj»U BASEMENT AND LARGE YARD. 728
«JpU. Harrison st., bet. Third and Fourth. -.
]C|f)7 STEINER. NEAR SUTTJER— LOWKR
X<j\J I flat; 6 modern large sunny rooms; bath.
A — 9TB; NEW MODKRN~SUNNY FLAT OF 6
■i\- rooms, bath. 133 San Jose aye., near 24th.
BOOM FLAT; EVERY CONVENIENCE.
tr 282 Natoma St., nr. Fourth.
VfKW FLAT, FIVE ROOMS, BATH; CHEAP
XI 926% Florida St.. bet. Twenty-second and
•I"T|~Q FULTON— MIDDLE FLAT OF 7
XXO rooms and bath; 928.
OuAU SACRAMKNTO— LOWKR BAY-WIN-
Ou\JO do« flat, 5 rooms; bath; hot and cold
water; rent 915. • -
SI N N i I • i'PEB FLAT: 4 ROOMS. 13 HAMP-
O ton place, off Folsom st,, bet. Second and Third. '
ft ROOMS, BATH AND STABLE to LET
U cheap. Cor. Twenty-second and Harrison sis.
I Q SHKRIDAN STT; BET. NINTH AND
1 0 Tenth— Flat of four rooms; rent*lo.
OjO/«l BRYANT AYE., NEAR TWENTY-
— 1 -Ua third— Lower flat of 5 rooms, bath,
washroom and yard; all latest improvements;
rent $17; electric cars pass the door. . .
DENT 918— UPPER SUNN V FLAT; 5 ROOMS
It and bath; hall and stairs carpeted. 1825 c
./ XUKAPKSTFLATIN TOWN: RENT 914; 4
V sunny rooms and bath; all modern improve-
ments. 4628 Eighteenth st. ■.
UNNY FLAT; 6 ROOMS; BATH: ALL IM-
provements; basement; cheap. 6S6a Nine-
teeuth su ■ •
Cjl Q REDUCKD; UPPER FLAT; 6 ROOMS;
♦J)XO. bath; modern : sunny. 1902 McAllister.
"FLAT, 6 ROOMS, 914: ALSO SUNNY COT-
X tage, 4 rooms, $11. 629 Second su
79QA GROVE— LOWER FLAT; 4 BOOMS;
I^l/ bath; large yard: light; sunny.
1, LAI ; 6 KOOMS. 11 SOUTH BRODKRICK
J st.: Haight--U cars to Baker su ,
"V" ICE ALL FLAT; 3 ROOMS; BATH. AP-
Xi ply 465 Jersey st. . ...
I'M B KOOMS AND BATH, NEWLY PAPER-
X 1X 1 ed and painted throughout: 011 third floor: at-
tractive house and neighborhood; low rent;
912 50; only quiet family without children.
. DEMPSTER. 36 Glen Park aye.. off Twelfth su !
\?KW SUNNY FLAT. 5 ROOMS AND BATH:
-^' rent cheap. 25a Lloyd st., bet. Scott and
Devlsaaero, Waller and Ridley.
FLATS TO LET— Continued.
A FLAT, 5 ROOMS AND BATH. 489
<PXtt. Sanchez st., cor. Eighteenth.
1 ftl ft EDDY, NR JSCOTT-6 SUNNY BOOMS
IOIU and bath; up-to-date upper flat.
<Sj> I 1 FLAT, 4 LARGE SUNNY ROOMS. 615
t^>X X. Thirteenth st., bet. Market and Guerrero.
SUNNY FLAT OF 6 ROOMS AND BATH: ALL
0 modern improvements; reasonable. 2928
Washington st. ■
A AND 0 ROOMS; BATH; 911. 912. 913;
tt electric lines. 4685 Eighteenth st. *
SUNNY FLATS: 3 AND 4 ROOMS: BATH;
garden; 913 and 916. 1706 Post.
8 HOWARD COURT, NR. FOURTH— UPPER
floor 6 sunny rooms, 914: lower 4 rooms, 913.
OWEK FLAT OF 4 LARGE ROOMS; SUNNY
side of street; rent 99 a month. 416 Rlngold
St., bet. Eighth and Ninth, Harrison and folsom.
79f»l MCALLISTER — FLAT; 6 ROOMS;
I iiUa modern improvements: rent reduced.
WANTED — GOOD TENANTS FOR NEW
" flats; special terms; 910 up. SPECK & CO.,
602 Market st. 1
WE RENT MANY FLATS BECAUSE WE
»T treat people right. BALDWIN & HAM-
MOND, 10 Montgomery st. :•■■' .
LEO ANT NEW FLATS, SEVENTH ST.. BE-
low Bryant. 5 and 6 rooms, bath; 98 10 916.
*~~" Busii Streeu'^ """"
1 A~\ Q BUSH— ALCOVE; PLEASANT
iilu house: private family; reasonable: refnes.
TN A PRIVATE HOME; « OR 9 ROOMS PART-
X ly furnished or unfurnished for housekeeping at
reasonable terms; separate entrance. Inquire at
1621) Clay St., 1 to 3 P. M.
A"] 9 CLAYTON, NR. PARK— 2 HOUSEKEEP
TbXZi ing-rooms; use of bath; laundry.
1 Qfkft DEVISADERO— PARLOR FLOOR OF
X£AJO 5 rooms; furnished for housekeeping.
1 ()O EIGHTH— 2 LARGE SUNNY HOUSE-
XV'O keeping rooms; stationary tubs; range;
QQA FURNISHED PARLOR FLOOR,
001/ with convenience for light housekeeping:
936; also 2 unfurnished rooms.
EAQ KLLIS— SUNNY FRONT ROOM FUR-
c/V/O nlshed complete tor housekeeping; large
COO ELLIB-FOUR SUNNY UNFURNISHED
00 £ rooms, with bath.
/^QQ ELLIS, COR. LARKIN-SUNNY' *UR-
\JOV nisbed front room with kitchen.
"7(\L' ELLIS— NICELY FURNISHED BOOMS,
I \J\) complete for nousekeeplng. v
1 fIJOA FOLSOM— 2 SUNNY BOOMS, FUR-
XUtcO nished for housekeeping; 910.
IHI Ql FOLSOM— SINGLE FRONT BOOM;
JLUXO3 rent 94.
1 1 ftQ FOLSOM-2 SUNNY FRONT ROOMS
X X\JO furnished complete for housekeeping;
99= FOURTH— FURNISHED ROOMS, BUI
£i£tO able for light housekeeping; also single.
1.i,-itry St ccc.
91 71 GEARY - LARGE FURNISHED
— 1 I % housekeeping room; rent 97; key at 217.
. liolden dale Avenue.
QQQ GOLDEN GATE AYE.— 4 SUNNY FUR-
000 nished housekeeping rooms: bath.
79X GROVE— TWO" OR THREE SUNNY
1 *-tJ furnished housekeeping rooms; separate
1 1 AQ GUERRERO, NR. TWENTY-FOURTH
X Xtrt/ —Sunny suite of rooms and kitchen for
"I (\n HICKORY AYE., COR. FRANKLIN— 3
J. "/U sunny furnished rmsfor housekeeping; 915.
rnt HOWARD-NICE FRONT ROOM FUR-
•J— O Dished complete for housekeeping; reason-
QQC 1 HOWARD — HOUSEKEEPING AND
OOO'i single rooms: rent reasonable. -■=. -
QA C HOWARD — LARGE SUNNY ROOM;
O'lO furnished for light housekeeping.
1 fll ft HOWARD — NICELY FURNISHKD
1 Ul O rooms, suites or single, for housekeeping;
QQQ JESSIE— I LARGE HOUSEKEEPING
00 room, cheap.
9QA KEARNY — HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS;
— «O" ' gas or coal stove; also other rooms.
n-[ Q LABKIN-NEATLY FURNISHED SUN-
OXO ny room; kitchen: complete for housekpng.
' Leavenworth street.
p;i -1 LEAVENWORTH — 2 COMPLETELY
OlOz furnished housekeeping rooms; no chil-
dren; 1 tO 4 P. M.
IQI LEWIS, OFF POST— A SUITE FOR ONE
XO'-j or two young ladies; very reasonable; home
comforts; board If desired.
MA SON— 2 ROOMS. FURNISHED OR UN-
QQ-1 MINNA, COR. FOURTH— 2 FURNISHED
—OX housekeepg. rooms, very cheap; also single.
Q I I* M I N N A— CHEAP HOUSEKEEPING
DID rooms ■ -. • f
OC*f* MINNA-NICELY FURNISHED HOUSE-
ODD keeping rooms.
/»Q9 MISSION — HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS
UO— and others cheap.
Q I 7 MISSION— NICK SUNNY FURNISHED
OX I rooms: bath; all conveniences.
Q9QI MISSION-^COMPLKTELY FURNISH-
OjdOii ed bedroom and kitchen, porch, other
1 99 1 MISSION — SUNNY FURNISHED
X— 1 housekeeping, also single rooms.
"I "I 9C MISSION — 3 'ADJOINING HOUSE-
..l.«~ O keeping rooms, furnished or unfurnished:
nQ NATOMA— I LARGE SUNNY ROOM FUR-
\iO nishea for housekeeping; range, yard; 94.
OAfL NATOMA— LARG E~SUNNY ROOMS
Oil) furnished complete for housekeeping; cheap
7,11 NATOMA, COR. NINTH —SUNNY'
I'll front furnished rooms for light (housekeep-
ing; also single.
Oak Street. ~~
97 OAK-THREE OR FOUR SUNNY HOUSE-
— 1 Kerping rooms: reasonatlc rent.
(]J«r NICK KOOMS FOR RKSPECTABLC
tJp«J. working-women; private day home for chil-
dren. 48 Oak st.
1 AftQ OCTAVIA, COR. GEARY— SUNNY
IluO furnished baywindow room with kitchen.
Q9Q O'FARRELL— FURNISHED PARLOR,
O—'J floor; honsekeep'g; reasonable: call 9 to 12.
IQI ft l PAGE— 3 UNFURNISHED HOUSE-
XOXUa keeping rooms, with bath; 97.
3 PEARL, COR. MABKET.2OPP. OCTAVIA-
2 or 3 sunny corner rooms, well furnished for
housekeeping: water and sink.
91 Ql PERRY— 2 LARGE SUNNY FRONT
£iXO% unfurnished housekeeping rooms; 97.
991 A PINE -3 UNFURNISHED SUNNY
ii-^Xtt rooms: housekeeping; range and bath;
QIQPOLK — ELEGANTLY FURNISHED
0 10 sunny parlor bay-window alcove, with
kitchen for housekeeping complete: new carpets
and furniture; gas stove; bath: also tinted single.
19 1 v POLK, NEAR sutter — unfur-
J■— C nlghed double, parlors and klichen. .
~\Pi\A SCOTT— 3 OR 4 UNFURNISHED
XUX^t rooms: bath; garden. Call afternoon.
m CHEAPEST IS THK ClTY-
cozy housekeeping and other rooms.
1 AC. SE NTH-SU N N Y FRONT SUITES;
! I tr^j also single and housekeeping rooms; cheap.
C9Q SEVENTH— 2 FURNISHED HOUSE"
tJ— O keeping rooms; sunny: 96.
South Par K. '
96 SOUTH PARK— FURNISHED BOOMS
wO for housekeeping. <
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, SUNDAY, MAY 10, 1896.
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS — Continued,
£»Q7 stevknson— small nice -sunny
Xj£ i ■ room elderly lady preferred ; cheap.
~ ~ . Stockton Street.
1 QOn STOCKTON — 2 OR 3 NICE SUNNY
1 O— U rooms complete for housekeeping; cheap.
T7HQ STOCKTON— 2 SUNNY ROOMS, FUR-
X I UO nlshed complete for hkpg.; cheap rent.
17c TAYLOR - 3 LARGE CONNECTING
HO. furnished rooms; terms reasonable.
mTEEAMA - NEATLY FURNISHED
front room for light housekeeping; $6.
m TENTH-ELEGANT 2 OR 3 COMPLETE
housekeeping; piano; gas stove; suitable
for physician or four adults. ]
jQ-| TENTH— SUNNY BOOMS, FUR-
IJI nlshed for housekeeping: rent 99.
OHO THIRTEENTH, BET. VALENCIA AND
O— D Mission— 2 sunny rooms; furnished for
housekeeping: with large porch, separate: 910.
cm TURK, NR. LARKIN-SUNNY UPPER
O£^k floor; 6 rooms; bath.
II Cl TWENTY-SIXTH, NEAR MISSION—
XxO'4 Nicely furnished large sunny housekeep-
ing suite; 9to 12; running water; large closets;
large yard. _^^_____—
Oft A* VALENCIA-2 OR 3 FURNISHED
— \"zt bay-window rooms; housekeeping If de-
Van Ness Avenue.
QOA VAN NESS AYE.— NEWLY FUR-
G— <v/ nished housekeeping rooms; corner house.
71 a VAN NESS AYE.— FRONT PARLOR,
%1 V completely furnished for housekeeping,
925; also single rooms, 98.
1 f»Ol VAN " AYE..COR. GEAKY'-SUN-
I\JZ,X ny apartments with kitchen complete:
best location for dressmaker or professional man;
4 hotels adjoining.
1 4 f\O VAN NESS AYE.— ELEGANTLY FUR-
I*±UD nished parlor floor with kitchen; use of
KOOMS TO LET.
I n ANTHONY, OFF MISSION, NEAR SEC-
IU ond— 2 sunny furnished rooms, 75c per week.
-1 91 Q BAY" ST.. ALA. MEDA — PLEASANT
JL_. J-O home for invalid gentleman.
4 99 BRANNAN— FURNISHED ROOM; UBE
4— — of range; 91 per week.
i 'lot Street.
I"IQEDDY — SUNNY CENTRALLY LO-
XIO cated rooms; 95 up; 3 for housekeeping,
cheap. '. •
Q/J£. EDDY— PLEASANT FRONT ROOM;
Over also housekeeping.
fl C EDDY— NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS;
OX O private family; gentlemen only. - • •
f*-\ Q EDDY— NICKLY' FURNISHED SINGLE
Uli/ front room: large closet; reasonable.
CHERMAN APARTMENT HOUSE. 28 BTH
0 su, near Market: furnished and unfurnished.
THE RAMONA. 130 ELLIS; MBS. KATE 8.
1 HART, manager— A quiet house; centrally lo-
cated; newly furnished; elevator; hot <& cold water.
ELLIS7~C6~R. LARK IN^-SUNNY FVlt-
\JOiJ nlshed front room, with kitchen.
COC FELL— FURNISHED SUNNY ROOMS;
«'— ' } board ontlonal.
"I CO FIFTH— FURNISHED FRONT ROOMS,
XU— < 98 and 910; also single rooms. 96. ■-■-■ = -.<
eg 4 MONTH; SINGLE SUNNY FURNISHED
tJP"± front room. 735 Foisom st.
IQK FOURTEENTH. NR. HOWARD— FUB-
100 nlshed room, with use of piano. . ; :■■■ .
1 Z\QR FULTON.NEAR THE PARK-NICELY
1 OijyJ furnished sonny front rooms In private
family. ■ >•
91 Q OKARY— LARGE, FRONT BOOM, SUIT
—1 • > able for business. Key 217. .*"*-
9Q GEARY", BKT. POWELL AND MASON—
O^O Sunny furnished rooms. " "
QQ9 GEARY — SUNNY BOOM; PRIVATE
791 GEARY— LARGE HANDSOMELY FUR-
•— X nUhed alcove room; suitable for gentleman.
OH] GEARY— COZY' SINGLE FURNISHED
OUI rooms; central; elegant new corner flat.
rpHE MARTINET HAS CHANGED HANDS;
1 handsomely furnished suites, single rooms, 910
per mo. up. 1101 Geary. SW. cor. Van Ness aye.
(•olUen Gate Avenue.
91 Q GOLDEN GATE AYE.— SUNN Y DOUBLE
— i ') front room; also nice single.
9Q7 GOLDEN GATE AYE. — FURNISHED
*<OI rooms; single or double; reasonable.
7KA HARRISON— 96; NICELY FURNISH-
I %j\J ed front room; suitable for 1 or 2; also
single room, 94 50 per month.
QAQ HAVES— SUNNY BAY-WINDOW PAR-
D\JO lor and kitchen: unfurnished; use of bath.
7Q7 HAVES— FURNISHED FRONT ROOMS;
I O I reasonable,
QC HERMANN ST., NEAR VALENCIA— I
— <) or two rooms; nicely furnished; with or
without kitchen; pas and bath.
Q9QI HOWARD, NR. FIFTH— UN-
(*— O2 furnish* 4 alcove room; bay-window;
prate: large closet; running water: no children;
only 98. ,
Q,IX HOWARD — SUNNY FURNISHED
O~tO back parlor; bath.
1 1 9ft* HOWARD — ELEGANTLY FUK-
X 1 — O nlsbed room, large closet, bath, suitable
for one person, 96 per month; none but quiet, sober
people need apply.
1 O^/i Howard — large sunny bay-
I — •-'1 window room, with grate; also single
room; 95; every convenience.
nn JONES-NICELY FURNISHED LARGE
I sunny room; private: 912.
9H7 JONES- THK VAN WINKLE; NKW
*-" I management: elegant sunny suites and
single; newly furnished; bath, etc.; SlO to Slid.
ARLINGTON HOUSE, 127 KEARNY— PLKAS-
-t\ ant sunny rooms, en suits and single; first class
in every respect; terms reasonable ; ■ ,
Q-\ Ql LARKIN— HANDSOME FRONT PAR-
OXt/3 lor with large closet; privilege of light
1 Hi i7~larkin— sunny FRONT PARLOR,
l" |( l bedroom; other single rooms; running
1717 PARKIN— HALL , ROOM TO BENT
1 I X I Tirith private family; references.
91 (* LEAVKN WORTH— ELEGANT FKONT
«1U and back parlor for two gentlemen; cheap:
1 ROE. LEAVENWORTH-2 UNFURNISHED
XU— rooms to let for housekeeping purposes.
9QI LINDEN AYE., Br.T FRANKLIN AND
— >J'l Van Ness— Furnished rooms to let from
94 up. . : "
9Q « LINDEN AYE., NR. GOUGH ST.— 3 NICE
— O't sunny roomi: planked yard; cheap.
V OSEMITE HOUSK. 1045 MARKET— Pfcß
1 night, 350 to 91; week, 91 50 to 95: families.
"I Qft9A MARKET — NICKLY FURNISHED
I'JU- sunny suites; 916 up; also housekeeping.
McAllister Street. ' •/
/JAQ MCALLISTER- FURNISHED SUNNY
*i' "•- front rooms; 95 up.
SI In- ■ • treek.
m MINNA — NEATLY* FURNISHED
rooms; 75c and 91 a week.
AQI MINNA— CHEAP BOOM WITH
'tO X bath. .
AC At MINNA NB. SIXTH-FINE LARGE
jU'±B sunny furnished front room.
aa-7 MINNA, COR. EIGHTH— NEWLY FUR-
VJ\J I ' nlshed bay-window rooms: 91 a week.
7971 MINNA — SUNN Y. FURNISHED
• *- I 3 room; gas and bath; rent cheap.
.i. . xvloii ; no..
09c; MISSION— NICELY FURNISHED SON-
O—tJ ny rooms, with or without board.
UKOPK hOU*K, lltoi* MISSION— NICELY
furnished rooms, single or en suite; transients.
1 999 MISSION — ONE OR TWO LARGE
X— i^iu furnished rooms for light housekeeping.
ROOMS • TO LET— Continued. ■
Ninth Street. .
"I AH NINTH ST.— I SHED AND UN-
at: I furnished rooms to leu ■
Qj OC ROOM FOR 915, FIRST FLOOR, ELE-
<IP^J»J vator, gas and electric light, 9lo reduction,
by inquiring at toom 2, same floor, 20 o'Farrell st.
O~ 'FARRELL, BET. GOUGH AND LAGUNA—
Newly furnished front and back parlors with
or without board; tew Hat; references. Address O.
F., box 18, Call. ■
1 IQQ POLK -ST. HELENS BUILDING—
X 100 Furnished and unfurnished sunny front
rooms: rent low.
I owell Street.
9 POWELL ELEGANTLY FURNISHED
roms above Columbia Theater; transients a
OOX POWELL, COR. GKARY-2 LARGEBUN-
jj^ij ny, single, front furnished rooms.
iUU< A POWELL-RIGHT IN 1 OWN; LARGE
yJ\J\J front room; suitable for 2 men. '
110 SIXTH (THE SARATOGA) — NEWLY
XXO furnished house of 90 rooms: single rooms,
91 50 to 96 per week: suites, 50c to 91 per day.
A~[ H STOCKTON— CONVENIENT FUR-
"Ill nisbed housekeeping rooms; 912; single
room, 95; sunny. _^
1 '-*1 A STOCKTON— SUNNY' FRONT ROOMS;
XOX tt single ; en suite ; also doctor's office ; cheap.
79£ SUTTER— 3 SUNNY FRONT ROOMS;
I*-U private; gentlemen only: reference if re-
1 11 ft BUTTER — LARGE SUNNY ROOMS;
x 1 -1 0 gentlemen preferred.
I Aft TAYLOR— NICELY FURNISHED RMS.
XXJQ for ii ent housekeeping; also single.
1 ftQ TAYLOR- SUNNY LAKGK BOOMS;
X\JO closet, water; 92 a week; double parlors,
mTENTH.NR. MARKET-LARGE SUNNY
front rooms; housekeeping or board.
'1 urk street.
lIP TURK— BEAUTIFUL SUNNY SUITE;
111) newly furnished; single; with convenien-
ces; board optional.
Ql f\ TWELFTH — 2 NICELY FURNISHED
OiU sunny rooms; gas and oath; private fam-
lly; rent reasonable.
&1J Valencia Street.
1 fi/LQI VALENCIA-SUNNY SUITE; ALSO
■1 \J*±O'Z single rooms; bath; board if desired.
©7 SUNNY FRONT ROOM: GAB AND
*& • • bath; private family. Address \V., box 104,
Call Oflice. -
BOARDING AND ROOMS.
\\fXN?KI)^G"ENT'LEM X N "tO^ROOM^AND
" board; sunny rooms; strictly private; lady
does her own cooking: New England style: refer-
ences exchanged. 1220 McAllister St., bet. Fill-
more and steincr.
OL*-/Z TWENTIETH ST., BET. VALENCIA
O\)—O and Guerrero— Nice alcove room with
board in private family; home comforts; price
Aft i LOTT, 2 BLOCKS FROM BAKER—
11/ i ny rooms with board: private family.
y OUNG WIDOW WANTS 2 YOUNG LADIES
X to board; reasonable; central; references. Ad-
dress Y. W.. box 147, Call. ■
7QC GEARY— FINE SUNNY ROOM FOR 2
4 OO gentlemen, or man and wife; board optional.
QOjJ (iEARY-SUNNY SUITE; SUITABLE
duQ for family; excellent board; reasonable.
7OR O'FARRELL— CHANGED HANDS: ELE-
I UO gum rooms en suite or single; first-class
7 1 9 POST— ROOM AND BOARD AND NICE
I I- large room for 2 young men, 920 a month;
board without room, 916; go"d home cooking.
I Aft I VAN NESS AYE.— A SUNNY SUITE;
liUi single rooms, with good board.
VTICELY FURNISHED ROOMS: UNSUR-
>-' passed for neatness and comfort; 50c, 76c and
$1 per day; 92, *•_• 60, 93 per week and up; 98 to
930 mo. Hackmeler's Hotel. GEO. GRUENIG, Pr.
EST TABLE BOARD IN THE CITY; 94 60
week, 916 a month, at Hackmeler's HoteL
TTACKMEIKR'3 HOTEL, 123-129 EDDY ST.;
II new management: GEORGE GRUENIG, pro-
prietor: board and room 95 and 96 a week and up.
OTKL BKKTLINO. 714 LUSH— A FAMILY
- hotel: references given and required: all mod-
«m convpnlem-e* •■ '1
CHILDREN BOARDED. .
" Ocean View, will take two children to board
and care for; can give them all her time; must be I
over 2 years old. Address MRS. BLACK, box 26, j
\\r. IDOW WOULD LIKE TWO CHILDREN TO
'■ board ; furnished room for parent. 1016 Jack-
STORES TO LET.
T~~O LIcT^3uAT^TMITH^SHOpi located
2912 Twenty-fourth Ht. Inquire 202 Twenty-
third su, near Florida.
LEG ANT STORE AND BASEMENT ON
l'j Market sU, opp. main entrance City Hall; rent
reasonable. Apply 18 First st., stationery store.
T A RGB SUNNY BASEMENT ROOM SUIT-
XJ able for shop or bicycle storage. 627 Kills st.
TORE AND 8 ROOMS, WEL LIGHTED
and sunny,;rent *15: 1609 a Howard st. Apply
to P.C. M ALLOY', 138 Montgomery st.
"171 INK STORK: 9 ROOMS; BEFITTED; RENT
X; reduced. 616 Sucramento, near Montgomery.
TORK TO LET— COR. SIERRA AND KEN-
' tncky sts.: conn location for any business.
OFFICES TO LET.
pONVKNIENT OFFICES IN NEW BUILD-
\J ing cor. Market, Drumm and California sts.;
elevator, etc: ren:s low. MADISON A BURKE,
626 Market st.
QQQ MARKET, OPP. MASON— LOFTS OF
•'»>•> various sues; new, modern building. In-
quire on premises.
f IALIFOKNIA safe DEPOSIT building—
\J Offices $10 and upward, including janitor's ser-
vices, heat, electric and gas lights. Apply at room
622 to A. E. BUCKINGHAM.
S~PRKCKELB BUILDING, 927 MARKET—
O Elegant sunny offices. 912 50 up: electric-light;
heating and janitor service free. Apply at building
nr <-. 11. UMBSKN A CO., 14 Montgomery st.
STABLES TO LET.
STABLE OF 2 STALLS; WAGON-ROOM;
loft; cheap. 1031 McAllister st.
BEAUTIFUL LARGE STABLE: 2414 CALI-
J-» fornia st. : rent cheap. Apply room 26, Chroni-
DR. L. T. I'll A N EXTK ACTION PAINLKSS,
crown work, bridge work and teeth without
plates a specially. 103 Geary St., cor. Grant aye.
pROOME DENTAL ASSOCIATION, 769 MAR- |
\J ket, bet. 3d and 4th, gas specialists: only reli- |
able agent for painless extraction; artificial teeth
lrtn 95; fillings lrm 91; extracting 60c, with gas 91.
$7 A SKT FOR TEETH: WARRANTED AS
O > good as can be made: filling 91. Dr. SIMMS,
dentist. 930 Market St.. next Baldwin Theater.
DB. LUDLU.M HILL, 1443 MARKKT ST.,
near Eleventh: no charge for extracting when
plates are made: old plates made over like new;
teeth from $8 per set; extracting 50c; gas given.
ON EST WORK: VERY LOWEST PRICKS.
DR. HARDCASTLK, 628 Montgomery, rm. 1.
Tj'ULL SET OF TKETH, 97; WARRANTED
X' live years. DX. V. CA VaLSKY. 24 Hixth St.
SET OF TKKTH WITHOUT A PLATE. DR. H.
». young. 1841 Polk St. ■ I
I \R. GEORGK W. LEEK. THK.GKNUINB
XJ Leek dentist, discoverer of painless extraction
and patentee of improved bridge work or teem
wituout any plate, moved from 6 to 20 O'Farrell st.
PAINLKSS EXTRACTION. 60ci CROWN
bridge work a specialty; plates, 95 up; 13 vearj"
experience. R. L. WALSH. D.D.&. 815»4 Geary.
I\R. H. H. SHAW 224 KEARNY' - BKIIAiU-
XJ work a specialty; open evenings 7:30 to 9.
OUTON DKNTAL ASSOCIATION. »otf MAR-
VJ ket st. . DR. CHARLES W. DECKER.
DR. J. J. LEEK, 1206 MARKET, COR. GOLDEN
Gate aye.— evenings: Sundays till noon.
LL WOfiK REASONABLE AND WAK-
ranted. DR. J. W. KKY. 1122 Market st.
'gC^r' CHEAPEST AND BEST IN AMERICA—
2rjsr THE WKKKLY CALL, sent to any address
In the United Slates or Canada one year for 91 50.
postase free. ■
TH. ROONKY. 722 MISSION— STORAGE AT
• red! ced rates: basement storage,9l 60 per load
STORAGE— CHEAPEST IN THK CITY; FlRE-
proof building; advances made. 211 Larkln.
LOW 1' RATES— FURNITURE, PIANOS,
household goods, etc J. M. :*«erce, 735 MarkeU
A B. SMITH FURNITURE CO., 182 ELLIS;
. low rates: fire- proof building: Eastern plan.
pply for rates FOR STORING furnT
Hire, etc. SHIRKK A SHII'.KK. 747 Market.
KMOVKD— DR. C. C. O'DONNKLL TO 1203
XV Market st. : diseases of woman a specialty.
DON'T FAIL TO CONSULT DR. JORDAN AT
his museum, 1051 Market St.: his 30 years'
successful practice is a guarantee of fair treatment;
the worst cases treated satisfactorily by mail.
_ PERSONALS. _
GENTLEMAN OF GOOD HABITS. IN BUSI-
VJ ness* wants to meet respectable lady: object
matrimony. Address O. 8., box 11, Call Office.
TNFORMATION WANTED— THOMAS COGS-
X WELL, formerly of Canton. Mass. Address
MISS ANNIE COGSWELL, Canton, Mass.'
GENTLEMAN. 40, DESIRES TO MEET LADY
V» with some means: object, business and possl-
bly marriage. Address S., box 102, Call.
/GENTLEMAN DESIRES LADY AS PART-
vj ncr to join him in lucrative business: no
tnflera. Address P. O. box 2426 city.
U. r ANTED— A LAW PARTNER BY AN EX-
"ercetic young attorney with extensive ac-
qua)nt:ince. G. W. PHELPS, 130 Ellis street.
"I INCOLN BROS., CASH GROCERS, 226 SIXTH
-»-< St., bet. the 2 markets— 2 doz eggs, 25c; fine
butter, 25c roll; Pet cream. 10c a can; choice milk,
10c a can; new jelly, 10c a can 6 lbs prunes, pears,
apricots, plums or apples, 25c: picnic hams, be 1b:
sugar-cured hams, 8c lb; new cheese, 3 lbs 25c;
cornstarch. 5c lb; 23 candles, 25c. LINCOLN
BROS., 226 Sixth st.
pRIVATK LESSONS IN BOXING AND PHY-
X sical culture for ladles, children and gentlemen,
l will guarantee to make any who are delicate
rugged, shapely and strong: nil lessons strictly
private: lessons given at your home If required:
special attention to lung developing and strength-
t-ning. 808 Leavenworth at. ■
\\T HY WILL MEN BE SLAVES TO TOBACCO
'» and liquor when they can be curtd without the
use of drugs or anything taken into the system?
This Is not a "may be" or "perhaps," but a sure cure '
that has been tried by hundreds and succeeded;
cure of tobacco guaranted; no cure no pay. MRS
SARAH SEAL, 24 Sixth St., room 8.
I>ILES CAN BE CURED. "
THEN WHY SUFFER?
A full and complete recovery guaia iteed In each
case undertaken: you run no risk: a cure or no pay.
ROMAINE!S INFALLIBLE PILE CURE. 603
Post St., near Mason.
rr-HE NUMBER OF THAT BIG HAIRDRESS-
J- Ing establishment on . Stockton street that
dresses hair in any style for 25 cents is 111, and
the name is Q. LEDERER. Don't make a mistake.
RAVELING MAN WOULD LIKE TO FORM
X acquaintance of honest girl ; object matrimony.
Address Stranger, box 140, this omce.
PIANO LESSONS AT PUPILS' HOME, 50c
and 91; best reference. P. L., box 18, Call.
CtARD-READING, 26c: LADIES ONLY; BOOM
\J 3, 1065 Market st., south side.
Air ANTKD-PUPILS TO LEARN MILLINERY ;
'» thorough satisfaction; elecant eoods to work
with; terms reasonable. 1104 Market St., room
32, second floor.
GL DECSI ~~ " "
• (Late of Pans and London),
DESIGNER OF STANDARD SYSTEM
LADIES' GARMENTS, CAPES, ETC..
Will teach above method at customer's domicile
For information and prices Inquire at 1714 Post
Patterns of any design promptly executed.
riHIROMANCY (PALMISTRY') TAUGHT
\J and the hand read ; from 60c 1422 Hyde st.
DANCING-BALLROOM OR STAGE TAUGHT.
IRVINE'S, 927 Mission St., opp. U. S. Mint.
T> AG CARPETS WOVE TO ORDER, FOR SAL?
-I I also chenille-wove rugs, silk-rag portieres; deal-
er In carpet twine in bank or chain at lowest rates.
GEO. MATTHEW. 709 Fifth St.. Oakland, Cal.
MY WIFE, EMILY SASS. HAVING LEFT
my bed and board, I urn not responsible for '
any debt contracted by her. HENRY SASS.
DBIAGI HAS THIS DAY SOLD THE
• fruitstore and busn ess at 535 Hayes st to !
CHARLES DAVINI, who will conduct the busi-
ness as heretofore.
WILL JAME-? R. WELSH, HAILKOAD
»» brakeman, formerly of Columbus, Ohio, and
St. Paul, Minn., or any one who knows of him or
his whereabouts, communicate with the under^
signed at once. C. K. BRAY, General Agent Chi-
cago and Northwestern Railway, 2 New Mont-
gomery st., San Francisco.
EWARP— THE MASTER PAINTERS' AS- j
soclatlon offer a reward of $20 for information !
leading to the arrest and conviction of any one i
stealing tools or material from any of the places ■
where work Is being done.
1 lif Ml CARDS, #160: SHOW CARDS. 15c:
X \ '\J\J teL Black 141. HILL, 22 Geary st., r. 39.
"}>EAUTY." A HANDSOME, ILLUSTRATED
1 i book on the toilet, presented free to any lady
calling at 143 l'belan building between 12 and 5. "
AIR DRESSED, WAVED. FACE MADE UP,
25c; shampoo, 25c: manicure, 25c; lessons \
given: face preparations. MRS. BUTLER.I3I Post. |
ADVICE FREE; DIVOHCK LAWS A SPE- '
XV dally, private-, no chares unless successful; all |
law suits, claims, collections, wills, deeds, etc., at-
tended to. G.W. HOWE, atty-at-law, 850 Market st
8K YOUR DRUGGIST FOR VERMONT I
air Wash: cures scalp diseases: take no other. |
NOLTE PAY'S CASH FOX OLD GOLD.
. 222O'F«rreU st.
OH! DO NT YOU RKMEMBKR SWEET
Alice, Ben Bolt— 2sc for batrdresslng does not
mean inferior work in my case; 1 have the very
best artists In the city in my employ ana 1 give
the most satisfactory and up-to-date service. G.
LEDKRER, 111 Stockton st.
AZOR EXCHANGE, 630 MARKET ST.;
fine edge put on razor for 25 cents.
UPTUBE— ALL PERSONS INTERESTED
In the painless and positive cure of ruptures
Address with stamp, lock box 2112, San Francisco,
A TTHE VERY LOWEST EASY TKRMS YOU
r\ can buy furniture, carpets, blankets, etc.: aso
dress goods, cloaks, jewelry, at M. ROTHS-
CHILD'S, 213-215 Mason st. ; open evenings.
ELECTRIC LIGHTS IN EVERY ROOM I
Winchester House, 44 Third St.. near Market:
200 rooms, 26c to 91 50 per night: 91 60 to 96 per
week; free bus and baggage to and from the ferry.
KTROZYNSKI, LEADING LADIKS' H.\IR-
. dresser, removed to 24 Geary. Popular prices.
TJ>ARriNGTON"« SCHOOL OF .MAGAZINE
X and Newspaper Illuntratlon; day and evening;
clashes: instructors, J. H. E. Partlngton. Gertrude
Parttngton.K.L.Partlnirton. Particulars 424 Pine st
DR. DUCKETT, 1703 POsT ST., NEAR BU-
cnanan; gas given; crown and bridge work.
CITY OF PARIS LAUNDRY, FORMERLY 132
Gear}-, rendered from Larkln st. to 119 Stock-
ton; first-class Uundry. MRS. JAUSSAUD.
ffl« 1 A ROOM: CAUPi-.Ta CLKANKD ON THE
fjp X floor. 206 Leaven worth Ht.
I>IG OUTDOOR STERKOPTICONSHOW EVE-
X) ry Bight cor. Market and Sixth sts. ; artistic ad-
vertiEementa in living light; promoters of busl-
ness. Consult OWL ADV. CO.. 1140 Market sU
AUD— THE COMMERCIAL TRANSFER
i-'l- Company will move your trunk for 25 cents.
Office 43 Sutter St., phone main 49. SAM.
■p.R. FRANK CORNWALL. REMOVED FROM '
XJ 227 Geary to V.M.C.A. bldg.r. 2, main 6477.
L.D GOLD, SILVER, GENTS' AND LADIKS'
clothing bought. COLMAN. 41 Ha. cor. Jessie.
rpHK ECONOMY" MILLINKKY, RED FRONT.
X 40, 46 Sixth: children's school hats sc: dyed,
pressed 35c; hats trimmed 25c; feathers curled sc.
IBKKAL ADVANCES ON DIAMOND^, JiliW-
elry, etc. : lowest rate*. 948 Market su
pLOAKS. CAPES ANI» SUITS RETAILED AT
\J infra" cost. Factor-.- 20 Hansom* St.. upstaln.
pHEAPEST AND BEST IN AMERICA— THE
\J WEEKLY CALL, sent to an..- address in the ■•
United States or Canada one year for 91 60, post-
MME. ST. CLAIR, ARTISTIC GOWNING,
ladies' tailoring; work guaran eed. 328 Eddy.
RADLEY, 410 TAYLOR-ELEGANT, STY-
lish dresses made; 95 up; dresses made over.
TYREhSKS 92 UP- WIIAI'PKHS 36 CENTS up :
XJ lawn 91 up. M)5» / 4 Natoma St.. above sixth.
ANEW PROCESS— NO MEDICINE, INSTRU-
ment or worthless pills used: every woman her
own physician for all female troubles, no matter
from what cause; restores always in one day:
helped at once: can be sent and used at home: all
cases guaranteed. DR. POPPER, 318 Kearny su
RB.G. WOOD. MIDWIFE, CURES ALL Disl
l'l eases of the womb, paralysis, rheumatism,
dropsy, liver and kidney troubles, cancers and tu-
mor*: cure guaranteed. 230 Clara st., near Fifth.
ADIES, CONSULT FREE MKB. DX. SCOTT.
JU 216 Powell st.; only qualified specialist; 9500
for case I fail to cure: diseases of the eyes treated.
ALL CASES OF IRItKGULARITIES BE-
-."V stored In a few hours: sate and sure - relief
guaranteed; travelers helped without delay; pri-
vate . home in confinement: regular graduate
physician; 30 years' successful practice; MEDI-
CAL ELECTRICITY used; ladles, consult the
doctor before going elsewhere: you will save time
and expense; consultation free and confidential.
MRS. DR. WY'KTH, 916 Post st., near Larkln.
A BLESSING TO LADIKS SUFFERING
from Irregularities and diseases . peculiar to
their sex: latest Improved method of treatment;
never falls: perfectly harmless; free from any bud
effects; never makes them sick to make them
well: travelers helped immediately: prices to suit
the times; home In confinement. Die. .t MRS.
DAY IKS. 14 McAllister su, next Hlbernia Bank;
consult free. French regulating pink pills, 92.
LADIKS— CHICHKSTER'S ENGLISH FKITI
ny royal 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 Com-
pany, Philadelphia Pa.
MRS. DR. WF.GENER. PRIVATE HOME IN
i>X confinement; irregularities cured -in a tew
hours without operation; pills 92. 419 Eddy st.
RS. GOODWIN MAKES A SPECIALTY OF
diseases of women and restores ail cases of ir-
regularity in one day ; cure or uo churce; separata
home tor patients: best skill: medical attend-
nee: ■ low tees; regulator, 92. 1370 Market si. ■ ■:..-
S~ URE CURE "FOR ALITfKM ALK DISEASES,
from whatever cause: a home in confinement
with every comfort; satisfaction guaranteed, by
MltS. DR. GWY'KK. 226 Turk St.
IF IRREGULAR OR ANY FEMALE DISEASE,
don't fall to see MRS. DR. PUETZ. 254^ 4th.
LADIES— GKRMACIDE CAPSULES PRE-
vents. safe, sure; pills do loncer ' reoulred;
91 60 per box. G. S. P. Co., 1031 Market St.. S. F.
1 It. HALL. 14 McALLISTKK sTREKT, NKAK
Xy* Jones. Diseases of women and children. . .
\ HOME, A FRIEND AND MOTHER'S CARE.
jt\- MRS. DX. FUNK'S, 1416 Eighth st..Alamcda.
A LPEAU'B - FRENCH FILLS— A BOON TO
XX. ladles troubled with irregularities: no danger;
safe and sure; .92 60 express C. O. D. ; don't delay
until too late. OSUOOL- BROS., Oakland, Cal.
PROPERTY TO EXCHANGE. . .
enn lots— from 950 To^bTooo^ ~
O\l\J 20 houses and lots, from 91250 .910,000
50 ranches, all sizes, from 9100 to 30.000
20 houses, Oakland and Alameda. 91000 to 8,000
100 business places, all kinds, from 950 to. ' 4,000
25 lodging-bouses and hotels, from 9200 to 3,000
4 flats, lot 50x114. 5,000
1 good lot in city 150
2 lots. Ocean View. 50x125 600
4 stores; 28 rooms: rent 91fO 25,000
WHAT HAVE YOU TO OFFER T
I SELL AND EXCHANGE
All kinds of property.
H. C. DECKKK, 1020 Market St.. opposite Fifth
CJAft ACRES CHOICE LAND, UNINCUM-
ArxxJ bered, adjoining the celebrated Hearst or-
chard, in Palermo, for clear Income city property;
valu*- 916,000. Address RANCH, box 93, Call.
%V HAT WIL.L YOU EXCHANGE FOR 9350
»' equity Stockton lots, or sell, easy payments?
bargain. Address Owner, box 99, Call Office.
IV HO WANTS TO TRADE LAND FOR A
'• patent novelty? Address L., box 112, Call.
AN RAFAEL RESIDENCE: 8 ROOMS, ETC.:
accepted street: value $4000; will exchange
for city residence. J. R. ROCHE, san Rafael.
ACHINE-SHOP, WITH GOOD JOBBING
and hardware business, in the East, for Call.
fornia ranch property. Address W.. box 114, Call.
TO EXCHANGE— ROYAL BICYCLE, RODE
less" than 100 miles, for first-class typewriter.
Address, with particulars, V. R., box 89, this office.
9llA ACRES LAND IN MONTEREY COUN-
Z,\J\J ty: will assume mortgage. A, box 8, Call.
XCHANGE, RENT— MODERN COTTAGE, 5'
lots, stable, chicken-house. 406 Boswortb.
I 9£o ACRES TIMBER LAND, KERN CO.;
1 — 01/ water; fine for cattle-raising. N..bx.l6,Catl
MONET TO LOAN. ~~
©iVi ftftft AT *¥* TpER "CENT WE HAVE
«3)1 V/.VJI7U to loan on good city real estate.
G. H. UMBSEN & CO., 14 Montgomery st.
"DIG CAPITAL IN TRUST AT 6 PER CENT;
X> the same rate on a 2d mortgage or life insur-
ance, or across the bay. Coin, box 19, Call Office. '
NY AMOUNT OF MONEY TO LEND ON
lodging-houses by private party; no charge
for appraising. Address J. T. W., Brooklyn Hotel.
A DVANCESON DIAMONDS.JEWELRY. ETC
ji Colombia Loan <& Collateral Office, 9 Grant aye.
O LOAN BY PRIVATE PARTY; FROM $20
to 95000 on good security. P.O.box 444, Oakland
ANY AMOUNT: IST, 2D or 3D MORTGAGES:
x\- estates, undivided interests, real estate in pro-
bate. McCOLOAN. 24 Montgomery, rooms 2,-3.
ONEY LOANED ON JEWKLRY AND
other valuables at the Security Loan Office,
1106Market«t..nr. Mason: private entrance 7 Turk.
\f ORTUAGKS, LOANS ON COLLATE S;
itX low rates. Sylvaln Salopian & C 0. ,328 Montgy
DIRECT ON YOUR FURNITURE OR PIANO;
XJ no removal; no delays; no commissions: low
Interest. Km. 68, Donohue bldg, 1170 Market at,
ft 1 ftf\ ft(\(\ TO LOAN ON LIFE INSUR-
0 i y>yr.\J\'\t ance policies. JOSEPH B. TOP-
LITZ, 330 Pine.
LOANS ON FURNITURE, PIANOS AND
diamonds: confidential. Room 107, 6 Eddy st
I ST <fc aD MORTGAGES: INTERESTS IN ES-
Xtates:lowest ratf»3:no T" KTHY.H2S Mrk\
AT 126 KEARNY ST.. ROOM 9— MONEY
loaned, watches, diamonds, etc.; low rates: prl-
vate rooms: elevator: pledges for sal i cheap.
HORSES. ~ "
\y ant e^^w^^o^s^s^aTJd~wagolTin
»» part payment of magnificent new piano. Ad-
dress Box 51, this oflice.
ORSE FOR SALE, CHKAP. 2720 FOLSOM
ifl HORSES FOR SALE; ALSO WAGONS,
•I" buggies, carts, harness; Grand Arcade Horse
Market, 327 Sixth St.; auction sales every Wednes-
day. SULLIVAN i DOYLE, Auctioneers.
|A|> SiiTS SECOND-HAND HARNESS; ALL
-IV kinds; second-hand wagons, buggy, carts;
also 20 cheat) horses. Fifteenth and Valencia sts.
ORSES PASTURED: SEND FOR CIRCU-
Iar. The Hyde Ranch, 630 Commercial st.
I P.fj SKTS NEW A..U SECOND-HAND HAK-
XtJ\J ness: all kinds; wagons, buggies, horses aud
scrapers- Band-wagons. 1128 Mission st.
R. C H. WESTPHAL, VETERINARY SUR-
Keon for S. F. Police Department. Oflice and
hospital. I-! Cltv Hull aye.: telephone south 4111.
WAGONS AND CARRIAGES.
T lOHT WAGON; GOOD CON DITIONTsUI'rX-
JU ble for grocery; cheap. 836 Devisaderost., near
II ANDSOME FAMILY CARRIAGE, NEARLY
XX new, with single harness, together or sepa-
rately, for sale. 822 Broadway, Oakland.
FFER WANTED ON 9250 TOP ROAD BUG-
gy. 1620 Mission st. - ;
\TEW AND SKCON D-H AND BAKERY", LA UN-
-Li dry. milk and grocery wagons: also rockaway
and •> fine buggies. 828 Harrison st.
THIRST-CLASS SECOND-HAND ' ASHISrO*-
X ton hand press; also eighth medium Universal:
thoroughly overhauled; cheap. Address C. A.,
box 100, this office. ;. .'. ,>j
ECOND-HAND GAS OR GASOLINE feN-
Ogines; various sizes ; guaranteed perfect order ;
bargain. G. E.. box 100, Call.
INGER, NEW FAMILY; FIVE DRAWERS;
O $12 50. 2437 Mission, near Twenty-first.j »4
"I ARGE VARIETY THOR O U G H~B RED
\J chicken eggs for hatching. F. KRAUS, 1031
"OU SALE OR EXCHANGE— I TANDEM FOll
. single wheel; in good order. 1523 Devlsadero st.
4-KORsEPO~Wr;R GASOLINE OR GAS EN-
gine; nearly new. DR. AR N M, 661 Market.
BICYCLES— 4 NEW SAFETIES; A SACRI-
X> flee to close agency. Apply 113 Battery st.
"OARGAINS TYPEWRITERS: ALL MAKES;
XJ write for prices. Typewriter Ex., 310 California.
T/OR BALE CHEAP— HORSEPOWER EN'-
X ginc, bo ler, shafting, pulleys, etc. Apply W.
E, LEE, Twenty- su and Telegraph aye.,
pi LOSING OUT OF STOVES. TINWARE, ETC.;
\J small or large quantity. 1075 Howard st.
1 QU|' MODEL, NEW WHEEL; 945 CASH.
XO JO 910 Folsom at.
SAND-PAPER MACHINE. BUZZ PLANER,
O rock breaker, 5 h-pow. boiler engine. 404 3d.
PICTURE-FRAMING WITH GLASS 7x9
X Inches, 10c; Bxlo and 10x12, 15c; 11x14 and
12x16, 20c: 14x17, 25c; 16x20, 30c: 18x22, 36c;
20x24, 45c; 22x28. 60c JONES, 647 Mission 8U
"I 4-FOOT WINDMILL: TANKS 15.000 GAL-
X^tlons; frame SO feet; pump and pipes: also B-
foot windmill; tanks 10,000 gallons: pumps and
pipes. 1457 Seventh st., West Oakland.
I[H>R SALE AT A BARGAIN— HADWKN-
SWAIN gas-engine (4 horsepower), in perfect
order. Call at 207-209 Sacramento st., third floor.
"Y^OUNG RATTKR AND HUNTER PUPS
X cheap. A. CASWELL, Eighteenth and Rail-
piANO, 925: COW, $25; PANEL-TOP WAGON
-i. cheap. 814 Nineteenth, tir. Sanchez, aft. 6 p.m.
IGH GRADE '95 BICYCLES; $80 TO 960.
Hamilton Cyclery, Baker and Hayes at.
FIRE-PROOF SAFE WITH BURGLAR
J chest: cheap. D. N. HAW LEY, 318 Markeu
L, OILERS, KNGINES.2D-HANDMACHINERY,
XJ waterpipes. Mclntosh & Wolpman, 137 Beale.
ABY CARRIAGES AND RATTAN FURNl-
ture bought at the factory saves retailer's pro-
fit. California Rattan Co., 61 First st., nr. Mission
KUILDINGSK U1LD1NGS BOUGHT; LUMBER, SASHES
LJ doors, mantels, etc.. for sale. 1166 Mission.
ONE SMALL MEDIUM AND LARGE SIZE
lire and burglar proof safe. 3 09. 11l Market St.
I? IRE AND BURGLAR SAFE, LETT Eft-
X press, platform scales and desk -.cheap. 102 Clay.
V- E W RANGES CHEAPER THAN SECOND-
II hand. W. S. RAY' Mfg Co.. 12 California st.
COUNTERS, SHELVING, SHOWCASES
-' bought »nd sold miy% Market bet. 7U» and lit a
XI- ally; private; no charge unless successful; all
law suits, claims, collections, wills, deeds, etc., at-
tended to. O. W. HOWE, att'y-al-law. 850 Market.
MJ. NOLEN, ATTORNEY-AT-LaW. 719
JLU. . Market st, ; anvlce free.
T E. PHILLIPS, U. S. AND STATE COURTS'
JU. damage su Its; law of probate and divorce-
charges moderate. Oflices, 508 California st.
m J. MURRAY, ATT'Y AND COUNSELOR AT
X .law; advice free. 24 Sixth St., rooms 14, 15.
W W. DA VIDSON, ATTORNK Y-A r-LAW.42O
'T . California st.. rooms 14 and 15: advice free.
UPWARD^ RENT 9160 TO 9i 75
«pc> monthly; repairing 26c; bought and ex-
changed; needles for all machines. 145 Sixth su
AL « KINDS BOUGHT. SOLD, EXCHANGE
XV rented, repaired: lowest rates. 205 Fourth st.
LATEST SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.
Stmr Cleone, Milleri 32 SATURDAY". May 9.
Stmr Cleone, Miller, 32 hours from Crescent
City; lumber, to Simpson Lumber Co.
1 Jr ":-•■. bailed.
Stmr South Coast. SATURDAY, May 9 "
Stmr South Coast. Hansen,, Astoria.
Domestic Ports. '
PORT TOWN SEN May 9— Schr J En-
Movements or Tr.in«- \Mintlo <?t»a<nar«.
NEW YORK-Arrived May 9— Stmr Paris, from
Southampton: stmr Bonn, from Bremen: stmr La
Touraine, from Havre; stmr Etruria, trom Liver-
pool and Queenstown; stmr Edam, from Hamburg
ami Rotterdam. .
Sailed May 9— Stmr Manitoba, for London: stmr
Werkendam. tor Rotterdam: stmr La Bourgogne,
for Havre; stmr !<rsiunsch<veie. for Naples; stmr
H. H. Meier, for Bremen: simr Lucanla, for Liver-
pool: stmr Circassla, for Glasgow; stmr Norge. for
Copenhagen, Stettin, etc. ' -
. JbRKMEN— Arrived out May 9-Stmr AUer.
HAVRE— May 9— Stmr La Gasgogne, for
New York. .
SOUTHAMPTON— Sailed May 9— Stmr St Paul,
for New York. ■ „
GENOA— Sailed May 9— Stmr Fulda, for New
York. . . '--■■-■
NAPLES-Salled May 8-Stmr Werra, for New
York. _ „
BREMERHAVEN-Bailed May 9-Stmr Halle,
for New York.
GLASGOW— SaiIed May 9-Btmr Norwegian, for
New York. -
AMSTERDAM— SaiIed May 9— Stmr Schiedam,
for New York.
LIZARD-Passed May 9— Stmr La Bretagne, fm
New York for Havre stmr Westernland.from New
York for Antwerp.
DUN.NET HE AD-Passed May 9-Stmr Thing-
valla, from New York for Stettin.
CRESCENT CITY- Per Cleone-242 Mft lum-
ber, 11 bxs butter, 7 dressed calves.
Per Cleone— Simpson Lumber Co: FBHatght: V
Uri & Co:: Witzel A Baker; O B Smith & Co
The following marriage licenses were Issued ny
the County Clerk's oflice yesterday:
D. Blassattl and Maria Mozzpttl. 40—25.
A. J. Johnson and Mary J. Heeney, 26—24.
E. F. Griffith and lizzie S. Tan. 31—24.
R. A. Taflinderan-1 Ruoy E. Wing, 19—17.
J. F. Collins and George McCleskey, 21—19.
William Evans and Mamie E. McQiiirk, 32—19.
F. J. Hutchlngs and Bessie F. Adler, 41—26.
J. N. Cralcale and Mary Florada. 65—43.
C. H. Relnhocl and Eleanor E. Nitcher, 28—25.
C. C. Larsen and Augusta Dryer. 24—19.
W.B.Edmiusterand Kstrela B.Belinfante,2B— 2s.
Paulino H"ine against Frederick Heine.
BiBTUS— MAKBUCES— IMiA'im
Birth, marriage and death notices sent by mall
will not be inserted. They must be banded in at
cither of the publication offices and be Indorse 1
with the name and residence of persons autnorUa4
to have the same published.! .
ALLEN— In this city, May 2, 1896, to the wife of
Anthony Allen, a son.
BKNN-in this city. May 1896, to the wife of
Walter Benn, a son.
BERLIN— In this city. May 9, 1896, to the wife of
Albert Berlin, a daughter.
BUNYON— in this city. May 2,1896, to the wife
of Thomas D. Bunyon, a son.
BUSSE— In Oakland, to the wife of William C.
Busse, a son.
CANTY— In this city, April 28, 1896, to the wife
of C. Canty.
CLAASEN— In this city. May 1, 1896, to the wife
of J. H. Claasen, a son.
COLTER-In this city. May 4, 1896, to the wife of
J. N. Colter, a daughter.
GIBNEY— In this city, April 26, 1896, to the wife
of J. Glbney, a son.
HART— In this city, April 22, 1896, to the wife ol
John P. Hart, a son.
HETT this city, May 3, 1896, to the wife of
. L. B. Hetty, a daughter.
HIGBY— In this city, April 30, 1896, to the wife of
Frank A. Higby, a daughter.
MacCARTH Y-In this city, April 16, 1896, to the
wife of Callahan McCarthy, a son.
MARKS— April 19,1896, to the wife of the late
Abe C. Marks, a son.
MORGAN— In this city. May 7, 1896, to the wife of
W. J. Morgan, a daughter.
O'KANE-In Oakland, May 6, 1898, to the wife
of Major P. O'Kane, a son.
QUADE-In this city. May 3, 1896, to the wife of
C. B. Quade, a daughter.
SCHMELZ-May 3, 1896, to the wife of Dr. O. J.
Schmelz, a daughter.
WEBKR-In this city. May 3. 1896, to the wife of
Christian B. Weber, a son.
WINKLER— In this city. May 9, 1896, to the wife
of Charles Wlnkler, a daughter.
DAVIBON-TROUT-In this city. May 9, 1893,
by the Rev. F. W. Fischer. William H. Davison
and Laura A. Trout, botu of San Francisco.
HEILMANN— LAMBERT— In this city, April 28,
1896. at St. Mary's Cathedral, by the Rev. Father
Hannigan, JOhn E. Heilmann and Emma M.
HOLMES— REYNOLDS— In this city, April 29,
1896, by the Rev. John A. Emery. Dr. H. M.
Holmes of Adams, Mass., and May B. Reynolds
of San Francisco.
WARNESS-MEYEK-In Oakland* May 6, 1898,
by the Rev. I. L. P. Dietrichson, Paul A. Warness
and Annie J. Meyer.
Alexander, Oliver A. MacCarthy, (Infant)
Brady, Maymie L. Mahoney. Mrs. E.
Bryant, Mamie Marquardt. Fred
Busch. Annie . O'Day, Mrs. Sarah
Col mann, Barbara M. Olsen. Samuel
Cornelius, William Reynolds. Clara
Einsfeld, Peter Rodriguez, Dolores
Ellis. Jacob Ktumpf. Ferdinand
Foster. Martha J. Swanstrom, Klna C
Frey, John Tolaud. John
Hamilton, James L. Williams, Benjamin F.
Kelly, Mattle C Wilson, O. (K. Coyle)
Knobloch, Jacob . Vaccarl, Joaeohin'e
Kupfer, Gene vie -. Welsh. Ellen J.
Larkin, George K. Wo cott, Jesse M.
Leach, .Edward ;. ... Zeiner, Emma •-
j Zeyn, Gustavo C.
ALEXANDER— In this city. May 8, 1896. Oliver
A., dearly beloved son of Julius and Alice Alex-
ander, and only brother of Brighue Alexander,
a native of San Francisco, aged 8 years 6 months
and 7 days.
tS~ Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Sunday), at 2 o'clock p. m.. from the residence
of his parents, 118 Ash avenue, between Polk.
street and Van Ness avenue, interment I. O. O.
BRADY— In this city, May 8, 1896, Maymie
Louise, beloved wife of Tecumseh Brady, and
mother of Tecumseh and Milton Brady, daugn-
ter of th« late Anna Louise and Christian Do-hs,
and sister of Addie and Donnle Dobs, a native of
Los An e!es, aged 26 years 3 months and 8 days.
A member of Piedmont Circle No. 164, C. O. F.
of A. O. F.
j£s" Friends and acquaintances and members of
circle are respectfully invited to attend the
funeral THIS DAY (Sunday), at 2:30 o'clock
'p. M.. from her late residence, 309 Francisco
street, between Powell and Mason. Interment
1. O. O. F. Cemetery.
BRYANT- In this city. May 8,1836. Mamie, be-
loved wife of W. J. Bryant of Seattle, and daugh-
ter of Thomas and the late Mary Gibson, a na-
tive of San Francisco, aged 25 years. [Portland
papers please copy.
JBWThe funeral will take place THIS DAY
(Sunday), at 9:30 o'clock a. m., from the rest-
dence of her aunt, Mrs. James Smith, 642 Foi-
som street, thence to St. Patrick's Church for
services. Interment private at Mount Cavalry
BUSCH— In this city, May 9. 1896, Annie Bnscb.
a native of San Francisco, aged 7 months and 11
COLM ANN— In this city, May 9 1896. Barbara M..
beloved wife of Martin ColmanD, and mother of
Mrs. B. Naber, Mrs. Rose Norrls, Mrs C. W.
Heyer. and Martin. George and Alma Colmanu,
and sister of Mrs. Rose Bernard!, Phllipp, Geb-
har.it, and tbe late Mrs. Emma and Mary
Bublert, a native of Germany, aged 58 years 3
months and 19 days. Past Grand of Walhalla
Rebekah Degree Lodge No. 130, I. O. O. F.
j»yFriendB and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral TUESDAY
May 12. at 1 o'clock p. it., under the auspices
of Walhalla Rebekah Degree Lodge No. 130
I O. O. F., from I. O. O. F. Hall, corner Seventh
and Market streets. Interment Cypress Lawn
CORNELIUS-In the City and County Hospital.
May 8, 1896, William Cornelius, aged 62 years.
EINSFELD— In this city. May 9. 1896. Peter be-
lovea husband of the late Nellie Einsfeld. and
father of Peter, Harry M.. George A. and Joseph-
ine Einsfeld. a native of Germany, aged 56 years
1 month and 1 day. [San Jose papers pleas*
J9*Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral TUESDAY' '
May 12. at 10 o'clock a. v., from the under-
taking parlors of McGinn Bros., 31 Eddy street.
ELLIS— In the City and County Hospital. May
8, 1896. Jacob Ellis, aged 62 years.
FOSTER-In this city. May 9. 1896, Martha J..
beloved wife of George W. Foster, mother of
George A. and Elmer A. Foster, Mrs. Emma J.
LeiHngwell, Mrs. Annie F. Case, Mrs. A. O.
Stewart, Mrs. Dan Chlsholm and the late Laura
Crabtree, a native of New Hampshire and a
pioneer of California, aged 76 years 8 months and
18 days. [Oakland (Cal.) and Boston (Mass.}
papers please copy.]
ftp Friends and acquaintances are resoect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral TOMORROW
(Monday), at Haywards, Alameda County, Cal.,
on the arrival of the 1 o'clock p. x. train from
FREY— In New York City, John Frey. father of
. Fred. Emma, Lizzie, Mary, Amanda and Louisa
Frey, aged 80 years.
HAMILTON— In this city. May 9, 1896, James L.,
beloved son of the late William and Ann Hamil-
ton and brother of Thomas R. Hamilton, a na-
tive of Sun Francisco, aged 33 years. .
49~Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral TO-MORROW
(Monday), at 8:30 o'clock a. m.. from the par-
lors of the United Undertakers. 27 and 29 Fifth
street, thence to St. Joseph's Church, where a
requiem high mass will be celebrated for the re-
pose of his soul, at 9 a. 11. Interment Mount
KELLY— In this city. May 8, 1896, Mattle C, be-
loved wife of John W., and mother of Grade M
and John Kelly, aud daughter of Joseph and
the late Catherine Cantrell. a native of San Fran-
cisco, aged 27 years 6 months and 10 days.
jBS-Frlends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral THIS D\Y
(Sunday), at 12:30 o'clock p. m., from her late
residence. 717 Army street, thence to St. Paul's
Church for • services. Interment Holy Cross
KNOBLOCH— In this city. May 9, 1896 Jacob,
beloved husband of Barbara Knobloch, and
father of Charles, Frank and Otto Knobloch and
Mrs. Fred Collins, and brother of Christopher
Knobloch, a native of Baden, Germany, aged 6»
years. • .
'i «S-Frlends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral TO-MORROW
(Monday), at 1 o'clock p. m.. from his late
residence, Missouri street, between Sixteenth
and Seventeenth, Potrero. Interment Cypress
KUPFKR-In this city. May 9, 1896, Oeneviere
Kupfer. beloved mother of Martin Kupfer. Mrs.
Catherine Ktiene, Mrs. Marie Maden. Mrs. Fran-
colse Bruner, Mrs. Angelic Gu Ilium, and moth-
er "i n "i 8W Z* V - Ktlen E. Madeu, Albert Bruner
and Ph. Guillium. a native of Alsace, aged 71
years and 9 months. ■;•. - ...
Friends and acquaintances are respect-