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A—s3so;A — $350; best paying corner saloon on Sixth St.; i
rent $40; a genuine business offer; rarest
chance In the market. All particulars, call
WILKE. 783 Market st.
$900— CHOP house and restaurant; established
many years and doing a first-class busim.s3;
meals, 20 cents and above; choicest location
opposite ferry landing; rent low; lease.
WILKE, 753 Market .-:.
$250— SAIX)ON; established yeais: close to three
theaters and Baldwin Hotel: low rent, doing
good paying business; tlrst-class bargain.
WILKE. 7&3 Market st.
$500— SALOON; established many years; sur-
. rounded by shipping offices and factories;
rent $17: a first-class, paying place; actual
value about ?s00; bargain. Particulars
WILKE, 783 Market si . ]
$2500— RAREST chance: corner saloon in very j
best location in city; established many |
years; clearing above $250 per mo.; lease:
large stock; the very best class of customers. j
Particulars, WILKE, 7-.; Market st.
$600 — and first-class paying saloon: close
to Baldwin Hotel: best .las- of custom; net
rent ISO; a fine business opening. Inquire
WILKE. 783 Market St.
$300— OLD-ESTABLISHED corner saloon, best
part of the city, will be sold by the brewery
direct: a great bargain. WILKE. 753 Mar-
$400— CARPENTER shop and shooting gallery;
bargain. CURRAN & CO.. 30 Kearny st.
$35"— SALOON: bait" price; going to Klondike.
CURRAN & CO., 30 Kearny st.
$150— PARTNER wanted; light Indoor business:
Ftea.ly man required. CURRAN & CO.. 30
$225— BRANCH bakery and variety Etore; 5
rooms. CURRAN & CO., 30 Kearny st.
$20' i — Partner in saloon doing paying business.
CCRRAN & CO.. 30 Kearny st.
NOTICE— ARMSTRONG & CO.. 865>4 Market
St.. Will sell your business quick for cash.
$10on— GROCER!' and bar; fine location.
$7.10 — Restaurant doing good business.
$<">0 — Lodging house; beet location.
! $125— Branch bakery near Market St.
See ARMSTRONG & ALLISON, SCoVi Market.
NOTICE— STRAND & CO.. 23 Kearny St.. will
Bell your business quick for cash. i
$150 — SALOON: best location in city; !
clears $75 monthly; a sure bargain; offer ;
_wanted. STRAND & CO.. 23 Kearny st.
$350— HOTEL cigar stand; well paying.
$700 — Saloon, best location in city.
J.'flO— Cor. grocery and bar; Western Addition.
$350— Coal oil route: well established.
$125— Bakery and delicacy store; a bargain;
and ether eocd bargains at
ANDERSON & WINN. 777 Market st.
$125— GROCERY and bar; chance In lifetime;
worth tn-ble; 3 rooms: rent $20: must be sold
at once. M. LESS, 7C5 Market.
CANDY-STORE; Market st. : receipts $300 per
month; offer wanted. DECKER. 1020 Market.
ELEGANTLY Tllte.i saloon, southwest corner
Twenty-first and Valencia sis. . a bargain to
a quick cash buyer. Inquire of McDONALD. j
25 Davis st., between S and 10 a. m.
GOODWILL of old-established furniture busl- !
ness and a well-selected stock for sale cheap. I
Inquire room 416, Safe Deposit building.
FOR sale — Whole or part interest In profitable \
business. Box 572, Call office.
$500— Englishman with above sum wants to
Join another with same amount to start some
kind business at Dyea or Skaguay. PAYNE,
box 565, this office.
PLAY the races on our new system: $<">0 a week
on $100 capital; no charges unless successful.
Call or write the American Turf Bureau,
rooms 5 and 6, B.V) Market st., S. F.
WANTED A boarding-house by the Ist of
March; 10 to 14 rooms: suitable for two ladles I
to manage: city or country. Address C, box I
8. Call office, Oakland.
PAYING office business to be sold at half in- j
ver.t ■ owner going away. Union Manu-
facturing Company, 1020 Market St., room 1.
WANTED— Partner with S2OD cash; good bust- I
ness: must be willing to ro to Chica?r>; inves-
tigate. ROBERT BENJAMIN, 111 Ellis, city.
FOR sale— First-class country merchant tailor-
ing establishment: good bargain for a cash
buyer. Apply REISS BROS.. 24 Sutter st.
FOR PALE— Stationery and book store; fine
location: good bargain. N. a., box 11, Call
WANTED— Goodwill of country saloon; state
price; no agents. Box 561, Call office.
$350— CIGAR nnd news stand in railroad sta-
tion. S., box 10, Call office. Oakland.
$500— Restaurant; good business; trial given.
233 Sixth st.
• WANTED — Capable Indy manager; som** cap-
ital: rare chance. MRS. A., box 537. Call.
$1100— BAKERY and confectionery In the b"st i
part of city; store trade daily Jl9 to $22;
Sundays J.Vi to «f): outside trade 9 to 11; ;
without wagon route. Apply Call Office.
1151 MISSION— For sale, branch bakery, candy j
and notion store: $125.
YOUNG woman with a child 5 years, wants
position as housekeeper. 2W Sixth st.
GENTLEMAN partnr-r. commission business
in the country. 1015 Market, rm, 17. 2d f.oor.
RESTAURANT for sale cheap. Inquire at 43
Third st. X agents.
PARTNER— Stock in hand invoices over $30,000;
trade big: too large for one to handle; man
more than cash wanted. Box f.43. Call office.
FOR sale Flower store, doing fine business;
good reason for selling; established 4 years;
low rent. For further particulars address
box 521, Call office.
DOWNTOWN notion-store. located In the
heart of the traffic, with a Krod stock and
long lease at low rent: price $5000: principals
only: good reason for selling. 1314 Call.
CHEAPEST and best In America— Weekly
Call, sent to any address In the United
States or Canada one year for $1 50. postags
GROCFRY and branch bakery; well estab-
lished. 567 Howard st.
A WEEK'S news for 5 cr-nts— The Weekly
Call, in wrapper, for mailing.
2526 MlSSlON— Subscriptions and want ads
taken for The Call.
MONEY loaned on watches, diamonds. Jew-
elry; low interest. Uncle Harris. 15 Grant ay.
PORTLAND agency this paper. Inquire this
oflica or at 133 Third St.. Portland. Oregon.
COFFEE and tea routes supplied from GEO.
W. CASWELL & CO.'S, 415 Sacramento Ft.
• $25— STORE to let. cor. Oak and Franklin; sult-
able for any business. 15 Grant aye.
ICECREAM parlor and candy-store; account
of death: bargain. 934 Valencia.
BAKERY in fine country town, sold at a bar-
gain. Apply 2r29 McAllister st.
E27 MONTGOMERY, cor. Clay— Open until 9:30
o'clock; branch office of The Call. Subscrip-
tions and 'want ads taken.
LODGING HOI. FOR SALE.
84 ROOMS, fine corner $1«00
6 rooms, new flat, corner 400
89 rooms, corner, the very best 2000
14 rooms, on O'Farrell St., only 650
108-room hotel, only 6500
i 16 rooms, on Market, part offices 850
f 80-room house, must sell 750
14 rooms, on Golden Gate aye., rent $40 COO
12 rooms, central, good furniture 250
[ H. C. DECKER, 1020 Market St., opp. Fifth.
FOR sale— Lodging and boarding house; pay-
ing well; best location: low rent; 43 rooms;
good furniture: price $4000; $2500 cash, $1500 In
1 year. Inquire of MR. A. S. HONEL. 320
Butter St.; no agents.
$100 — Partly furnished house of 14 rooms; near
Mission and Third: 24 rooms. Mission and
Fourth. $475: 50 houses for sale. Before pur-
chaslng apply HBALY & CO.. 917 Market st.
32 rooms— Market St.: nicely furnished: rent
$2 50 per room; clears $100 per month; one-
half cash; balance 1 per cent. W. M. EL-
SOM. 1346 Market Et.
$4fiO— Rooming house of 1C rooms for sale. 136
FOR SALE— Coso Lodging-house. 411 San-
33 o 2 AYES -ST.— Branch office of Uhe Call.
Subscriptions and nds taken.
CITY Steam Carpet-Cleanlnc Works; cleans
moves, lays carpets. G. H. STEVENS. Mgr '
88 and 40 Eighth st. ;. telephone South 250."
WHEN you become disgusted with poor work i
send to SPAULDING'S Pioneer Carpet-
beating Works. 353-57 Tehama st. ; tel. 80. 40.
GREAT Eastern Steam Carpet-Cleaning
Work-, 14 Sth ft.. B. GRANT. Tel. Jessie 201
CARPETS cleaned, renovated like new J~-
M QUEEN. 453 Stevenson; tel. S. 228.
ADVANCE Carpet-cleaning Co 420 Sutter-
tei. Main 394. GEO. WALCOM. prop. *V
CLEANING, 8c; laying, 3c; rug samples free;
tel Jessie 544. St nit ton, 3 Eighth.
- RPETS cleaned and renovated like new.
a Tenth; tel. South 86. Mackintosh & Co.
J. E. MITCHELL. Carpet-cleaning Co., 240 14th
St.; cleaning c a yard; tel. Mis. 74.
CONKLIN'S carpet-beating works, 333 Golden
Gate aye. Telephone East 126.
A ? lo^ r » — Furniture, carpets." pianos,
household goods; clean, light compartments;
advances made. J. NOONAN. 1017 to 1023
Mission St.. above Sixth; open evenings.
AT lowest rates— Household goods, pianos; ad-
vances made: fireproof building F W
BBBFUSS, &40 Mission st. Tel. Mint IS2L '
HOUSES TO LET.
$20— HOUSE. 6 sunny rooms; bath; larse yard;
stable 1717 Kills, near St'elner.
11 ROOMS, 2 baths, laundry, yard. etc.. $35.
DEMPSTER, 36 Glen Park aye., off 12th st.
TWENTY-SIXTH, Whole or part of
house, 7 rooms; modern; yard.
WHY pay rent? Why not build? You can do
so. If you have mortgaged and wish to pay
it off easily you can get best terms of Amer-
ican Investors' Co., II Montgomery st.
ALL OVER TOWN . '
You see houses to rent by BALDWIN & ;
1 ■ H.'WKI.L, 10 Montgomery. _____
FtTRNISHED HOUSES. _
8 ROOMS, bath; well furnished: piano; near
California: Western Add. low rent to good
tenant. W. B. HUFF & CO.. 2405 California.
SITNNY corner flat, 4 rooms, furnished for
housekeeping; cheap rent to responsible ten- ;
ant. Apply MADISON & BURKE. 626 Mar-
ket st. j
COTTAGES TO LET.
$7, $S and $9 cottages, 3 and 4 rooms: good or-
der. Apply 945 Bryant, or Umbsen & Co.. 14 |
CHERRY, 109— Nice sunny cottage. furnished
or unfurnished; 7 rooms, bath, basement and
garden. Apply 120 Golden Gate aye., marble !
■ SUNNY cotta*e, 7 room* and bath: 1 block
from park; all modern improvements; marine
view. 2517 McAllister -•
It IvM>III D II ATS.
CHEAP 7-room flat: central; modern. Address
box "i.. Call office.
FLATS TO LET.
CHERRY, 111— Flat. 3 rooms, bath; basement;
back garden; $12. Apply 120 Golden Gate aye.
FLATS of 4 and 5 rooms on sunny Bide of
Clementina St.. bet First and Second. Keys
at 70 Clementina st.
EIGHTEENTH. 4585 A, near Hattle— Sunny
Rats; $10 and $13. ]
4 AND 6-room flats: some with gardens; sun- j
ny; attractive view; on Twelfth st. and
Glen Park aye.: $12. US, $14. $18 and $23.50.
DEMPSTER, 36 Glen Park aye, off. Twelfth :
FOUR rooms and bath. 223 laurel aye.. bet.
Turk and Eddy, off Van Ness aye.; rent
NEW modern flat: just completed: latest im-
provements. 828 Lombard St., cor. Jones.
ALL OVER TOWN —
You see flats to rent by BALDWIN &
HOWELL, 10 Montgomery st.
A $25 nice cottages and flats on Geary St., nr.
I Polk SPECK CO.. 602 Market st.
66."> PINE ■ —3 flats of 3, 4 and 5 rooms; bath;
i POINT LOBOS road. 1313— Nicely furnished
I flat, 5 rooms; reasonable; family leaving city.
j FLAT of 7 rooms and bath, $17.
; Flat of 4 rooms and bath, $10.
! Flat of 3 furnished rooms. $8.
Key at 449? Seventeenth Ft.
MONEY loaned on watches, diamonds. Jew- ;
»-!ry; low inter*?*, Uncle Harris. 15 Grant ay.
CAPP, 329—2 sunny rooms, furnished complete
FIFTH, 314—2 Sunny front connecting house- i
keeping rooms; bath, stove, closet; private;
— ■ _ —
| FIRST, 28- S nice front rooms, completely fur-
nished for housekeeping. $12.
I GOLDEN GATE AYE.. 404—3 sunny front
rooms: complete housekeeping: $25; also un-
' GROVE, 202. cor. Van Ncsa aye.— Sunny unfur-
nished 3-room suites; with gas stove.
GROVE 728U— Parlor, alcove and one room for
: housekeeping; rent reasonable.
HOWARD. 821 — Housekeeping rooms: single. $7
and $8 per month; suites. $12: other rooms.
HOWARD. Nicely furnished sunny house-
keeping room; gas and bath; cheap.
HOWARD. Sift. nr. Fourth— Biv- window front
rooms, $2; suites, $3 per week: transient.
MARTHA place. 3. off Geary, bet. Taylor and
Mason— Furnished room for light hkpg.
| MCALLISTER. 340—2 nice sunny rooms for
| MISSION 947 — Two lan front rooms and
i kit hen: also others, cheap.
| MISSION. 1219— Two sunny housekeeping
suftpsj_fronf and back.
; MINNA, 4." r ' Large front room nicely fur-
nished: light housekeeping.
j NINTH 77—2 furnished housekeeping rooms
with separate yard; cheap.
I SEVENTH. 553—2 furnished housekeeping '
i rooms; $6.
! SIXTH, USA— or 4 sunny rooms, furnished
complete for housekeeping.
STANLEY Place, 19-$lO. 6 nice sunny rooms,
Irr-ludinp bath: nlso $7 50. 4 good rooms.
TEHAMA, Nice gunny room for house-
keeping, With stove, $4.
I TWENTY-FOURTH. 8404. near Valencia—
i sunny front rooms furnished for housekeep-
! ing; $10.
I VALENCIA, 1139. near Twenty-third— 2 well
! furnished housekeeping rooms; sunny; bath,
! Fink: rent $11.
j VAN NESS .'l7. cor. ~El!ls St. -Sunny
front housekeeping. $1$; also unfurnished.
i MONEY loaned on watches, diamonds. Jew-
elry; low Interest. Uncle Harris. 15 Grant ay.
____ ROOMS TO LKT.
J BUSH, Nice sunny single furnished room:
EDDY, 917— Nicely furnished front connecting
rooms: gas range; splendid location.
CLEMENTINA. 880, nr. Eighth- 2 QnfUl
rooms for housekeeping: very nice. "
SHERMAN Apartment House, 28 Eighth st.,
near Market; furnished and unfurnished.
ELLIS. 618— Sunny front rooms, en suite or
single, with board, $20.
; FIFTH, 107— Pleasant sunny unfurnished rooms
AUBTRIA HOUSE. 246 Fourth— Sunny front
rooms, single, double and housekeeping.
GEARY. 402— Sunny furnished rooms for gents;
$6 and $7.
GEARY, 51S— Elegant sunny housekeeping
rooms.- complete; also double, single; rea-
. HAVES, 132— Sunny furnished front room: $5.
HOWARD, 715, Ft. Davids— 2oo rooms; suites;
single; sunny reading-room; 25c up.
1 HOWARD. 1806, cor. Fourteenth^ sunny
( front rooms; rent $9.
1 JESSIE, 435— Rear of Mint: a neat, sunny room
1 for one or two; 86 and $8.
i ARLINGTON House, 127 Kearny St.— Pleasant
1 sunny rooms, en suite and single: first-class
i In every respect; terms reasonable.
. LARKIN. 2214— Large sunny bay-wlndaw
room; furnished; grate: one or two gentle-
men; references required.
i MARTHA place, 6, south of Geary, above Ma-
son— Large sunny room for 1 or 2; terms rea-
MARTHA place. 3, -iff Geary, bet. Taylor and
.Mason— Nice furnished front room for 1 or 2
MCALLISTER, lOSO— Sunny furnished front
room; running water; $6 per month; first
HANCOCK HOUSE, 781 Mission: select family
rooming house; $1 50 to $6 per week.
MISSION, 1775, near Fourteenth— 4 unfurnished
rooms; .bath and stationary tuba.
O'FARRELL. 327— Sunny single room; well
furnished; $6 a month.
POLK, 2702—5 partly furnished rooms. $7.
POST. Sunny furnished room In private
family; use of kitchen, or board of desired;
cheap to desirable party.
POWELL, 123— Good furnished suite of rooms
to rent by the day, week or month.
RUSS, 127— Single furnished room, $4 month.
. $1 week; closet; gentleman.
SECOND, 62— Light housekeeping suite; single
and double rooms; $1 to $2 SO per week.
1 GRAND SOUTHERN, SE. cor. Seventh and
— Pleasant sunny rooms, en suite and
single; elevator; moderate rates; families.
SEVENTH, Furnished' suites and single
rooms at lowest rates. MRS. PRAHL. prop.
SIXTH. - 139— Large sunny nicely furnished
bay-window room; grate; $3.
STOCKTON. 17, European— rooms;
suite or single: day, week or month: baths;
hot and cold water; transient; elevator.
BUTT JOB* Gl4— Nicely furnished sunny front
suite; bay-window; first floor.
TENTH, 111. near Turk— Large sunny front
rooms, with closet and stove.
TURK, Large front bay-window room; 1
or 2 gentlemen.
WASHINGTON, Eo2— Why pay carfare and use
extra fuel? 3 sunny housekeeping rooms, $8;
also 2 for 86.
WILLIAM, 107, off Geary, bet. Taylor and
— Sunny furnished room. <■
THE SAX FRANCISCO CALL, SATURDAY, JAXUAKY 15, 1898.
ROOMS TO LET— Continued.
FRONT and back parlor in a private family;
located In central part of the city; cars pass
d.or; rent $10 per mo. ' Address box 541. this
MONEY loaned on watches, diamonds. Jew-
elry; low interest. Uncle Harris, 15 Grant ay.
COO BUSINESS cards printed $1; 23 visiting
cards. 25c. HILL. 724',, Market st.
HOARDING AND ROOMS
WIDOW would like an elderly gentleman to
board; terms reasonable. Address L. L.,
2526 Mission st.
LADY having an elegant home In a very se- '
lect neighborhood desires to accommodate a
few fam lies; superior board; rooms large
and sunny; references. Address box 550. Ca11.
EDDY. 220— Sunny front single and double
rooms: first-class board, $3 50.
FELL. 24— Sunny furnished rooms: board op-
tional; parlor for 2 with board. $33.
FOLSOM. Swedish private boarding, with
loom. $4 to $5 per week: nice location.
HOTEL SALISBURY; beautiful grounds; ta-
ble unsurpassed. 299 Hyde. cor. Eddy.
SOS VAN NESS AYE.— Newly furnished sunny
rooms: pood board : terms moderate.
AMERICAN lady living In one of the healthi-
est locations in Ban Rafael will take chil-
dren- of good family to board; best or cure
and training. Address W. A. V.. box 652
WANTED Nice home for 2 little girls; not to
exceed $S each; middle-aged widow having
home preferred: please write and state full
particulars. Address box 551, Call office.
YOUNG woman wishes full charge of Infant;
references. 2803 Sixteenth st.
WANTED— ChiId to board; best of care; terms
reasonable. 1034 McAllister st.
STORES TO LET.
STORE and 6 rooms; suitable for butcher
shop or fruit store; cheap. Cor. Twenty-
seventh and Alabama.
OFFICES TO LET.
2 BAY-WINDOW suite?, 2, 3 rooms, nicely fur-
: nished; suitable offices; reasonable. 321 Pills.
21$ BANSOME si . now occupied by W. Loalza
& Co. ASHTON. 411 Montgomery st.
ANY person having use for a piano need not"
do without when good Instruments can be
purchased from us at cash prices upon
monthly payments of $3. $4. IS, $6, $7, .<-. $:»,
$10; handsome scarf and Wood seat stool In-
cluded .no charge for cartage. Purcahsa your
medium an.l low price pianos where they can
be exchanged for a Stelnway without sacri-
fice. SHERMAN. CLAY & CO., Stelnway
Dealers, cor. Kearny and Sutter Bts.
ABSOLUTELY the oldest and largest house
west of Chicago is KOHLER & CHASE'S,
26, 28 and 30 O'Farrell st. Pianos, organs
and all other musical instruments of all
grades and prices. Terms easy; prices low-
est. Everything possible done to please and
satisfy the customer.
BEFORE buying a piano It will pay you to
consult us. Why? Because we buy only In
carload lots, pay cash for everything and
give the purchaser the advantage gained
thereby. BENJ. CURTAZ & SON. 16 to 20
O'Farrell st . Curtax block.
CONOVER, slightly \i«e<l. |BW.
Stelnway, slightly used, $275.
Chlckerlng, second hand, $ir*ft.
Large stock, lowest prices, rent. Installments.
The F. W. SPENCER CO., PJJ Market St.
A very fln» opportunity this morning to se-
cure an elegant upright plan, at a great bar-
gain. Investigate to-day THE J. DEW-
ING CO.. second floor. Flood building. Fourth
PIANOS at cut prices: Improve the opportu-
nity; agency fanvwit Haines Bros., Bush &
Gerts and Bollerman. WM. C HAMILTON,
successor to A. L. Bancroft *• Co.. 321 Post.
LARGE stock of Stelnway. Chickerinc and
other standard makes of upright pianos from
$125 to $250 at HEINE ft CO.. 136 Ellis. Y. M.
C. A. building: SHAW agent.
KEEFFE s7To2T~VarT Ness aye.. 3 Une up-
rights. little used. sacrificed; Schubert.
Steinway and Decker Bros.
DECKER ft SON pianos are always satisfac-
tory. Get low prices from Mauvals Music
' Co.. 769 Market Ft. -■; . -. -:
SOHMER&Co., Byron Mausy. Newby, Evans,
Brigg* an.l other pianos: see our rent plan;
no Interest first year. 308. 810, 312 Post.
ADMINISTRATOR'S Bale— Must Fell pianos at
Immense reduction for cash nr on install-
ments. EATON ESTATE. 735 Market st.
A fine piano sacrificed for cash: see It this
morning, as the first caller will surely take
It. Room 12 Flood building.
FINE Decker upright piano sold for storage
j charges. Pacific Storage Co.. 228 Stockton Ft.
A — *.V): fine large upright : sacrificed for cash.
1361 Folsom St.. corner Tenth.
$40 plann: splendid Instrument; great sacri-
fice. 1131H Mission Kt.
BARGAIN— Nice upright cheap. SCHMITZ. 16
McAllister c t.. near Hlbernla Bank.
j HORNUNG'S new style pianos; most perfect.
i brilliant, powerful tone. 210 Post st.
I KINOSBURY (If ' model) Is the piano you
j want. J. HARRY SCOTT. F26 Hayes st.
j SUPERIOR violin*, zithers, old and new. H.
i MULLER. maker, repairer. 2 Latham place.
j KNAI pianos: new scale: new styles.
TCOHT.FR A- CHAPE, 30 O'Farrell St.
ALL monthly irregularities or other conditions
from whatever cause restored at once: nafe
and Fure at any time; kind sympathy and
aid; Instant relief for travelers: tumors re-
moved by electricity; home in confinement.
best cor* nnd privacy: for guaranteed relief
consult the -tor before going elsewhere;
regulating pills and capsules, $1. MRS.- DR.
WYETH. 811 Post st.. near Larkln.
ALL of Pr Fouiefs capsules are guaranteed
absolute cure (or all female diseases; posi-
tively safe and sure; no danger or after ef-
fects; taken in time it also acts as a pre-
ventive; price $1 M per box. sent free by
mall on receipt of price; consultation on all
ppeclai diseases free. WALLER BROS., 33
Grant aye, S. F. A caution— Before pur-
chasing elsewhere, write us. s
A PROCESS that never falls to restore every
case of monthly sickness from whatever
cause in few hours when medicines and others
have fnil»>("i: no Instruments used: many
years' experience; every case guaranteed: ad-
vice free: terms reasonable: flrst-class pri-
vate home for confinement. MRS DR.
DALEY. 1126 Market St., over Owl Drugstore.
SURE cure. wh»n others fail; no medicine or
instruments; every woman her own physi-
cian for al! female troubles, no matter from
what eaJie; restore In 1 day: never falls: con-
sultation free; can be sent and used at home
DR. POPPER. SIS Kearny. Orders by tele.
DR. AND MRS. WEGENER, 1312 Golden Gate
aye., formerly '2~> ESddy Ft— Safe, quick cute
for all f male co.-r.plnlnts guainnteed: pri-
vate home In confinement: every comfort;
Infants adopted: terms modi-rate; pills It.
A liOON to wlv>s and mothers — Seguro; prli^>
$1 60. RICHARDS & CO.. 406 Clay st.: send
2c stamp for particulars to Seguro Manu-
facturing Co., C3l X st., Sacramento, Cal.
DRS. GOODWIN, diseases of women; ladles;
safe, quick cure guaranteed; any ailment;
maternity home; best care: skill only; low
fees; Dr. Schuck's pelf-cure, $5. 401 Van Ness.
ALPEAU'S French pills, a boon to ladles with
f>r.i.\ *" tr>. r-'es: no danger: safe, cur-- J2 50;
expreFF C. O. D. ; don't delay until too late
OSOOOD BROS.. Coast Agents. Oakland. Cat,
REMOVED— Mrs. Dr. Scott. 410 Geary St.. now
lU'4 Market: female complaints and Jir.eascs
of the eye permanently cured or no charge;
treatment by mall; Inclose stamp.
LADIES — Why suffer? <;■ I released from
trouble: irregularities rest, red without fall;
low fees: specific female pills, $1 50 DP
BMITH. 1508 Market st ; 1 to 4. 7 to 8 p. m. *'
DRS. K. & K. cure chronic, nervous, blood
skin or private diseases. 8 Mason st S. F.
LADIES— Mrs. Dr. Poets; Infallible safe reme-
dies. 254 H Fourth st
STERILITY cuied by Mrs. Dr. Battler, gradu-
ate midwife. 1703 Powell St.: t I. red H4J
PARIS MATERNITY. 609 Bust St.: confine-
ment at home, 10 days. $20. Tel. Green CM.
HEM/THY child for adoption. Mrl np*
FUNKK. 1416 Eighth St.. A1nm.,1.-. ' '
Llewellyn setter. I year Return to
2021 California St., receive reward.
LOST— Monday. ladies' opal ring; reward"
Return to 2905 Sixteenth st. reward.
LOST— A pass-book with the Hlbernla Savings
and Loan Society of San Francisco; No 19.
70S. The flnder will please return to bank."'
LOST— A pass-book with the Hlbernla Savings
and Loan Society of Ran Francisco, In the
name of EDWARD H. GEIB. No, 204 858
The finder will please return to bank. '
BRING old gold and silver to me and get ,-■,,■„
for It. UNCLE HARRIS, IS Grant aye.
REMINGTON No. 3; fine order; 125- «ajnnl«
sent. SCOTT A- BANNAN. 333 Montgomery!
DR. C. C. O'DONNELL. office and residence"
1206 Market; diseases of women a specialty.
Klondike condensed food capsules. Price,
100 capsules $10, 10U0 capsules $90. Address
DR. V CONDORY,
959 Howard st.
HONORABLE well to do young man wishes
to make acquaintance of respectable working
girl. Matrimony, box 578. Call Office.
FIRST-CLASS business cards, cheap. West
Coast Publishing Co., 14 McAllister, room 20.
IRENE G. WERNER. Renle Great Scott, at
Colton House. Third st.
NEW method; massage and electric treatments
for nervousness, general debility, etc.; hours
10 to 6. MRS. JOHNSON, 814',i Geary st.
ALASKA— We w sh to Inform Intending Klon-
dlkers that we have the largest and most
complete stock of Arctic fur clothing and na-
tive boots, made by the Esquimaux ot I the
Arctic Circle. BTABBNB & FRIEDMAN. 257-
259 Pacific st.
HAIR which is oily Is generally healthy; come
and let me show you how to keep and care
for your hair; halnlresslng only 2.V: good !
switches, $1; finest, best quality. $3 50; extra i
heavy, long, $5; open Sundays 9 to 12 a. m.
G. LEDERER. 11l Stockton st.
ADVICE free; divorce laws specialty; private;
no fee without success; collections. O. W.
HOWE, att-at-lnw. £50 Market, cor Stockton.
CAL. INST., 402»i Geary; tel. Davis 583: hyp-
notism taught. $5: diseases and habits cured.
QUINONIA Hair Tonic prevents the hair fall-
ing out. G. LEDERER. 11l Stockton st.
PROF. J. GREVEN will Introduce three more
talent to the public in their own concert at
Y. M. C. A. Hall, on January 26. IS9S. Miss j
M. De Chent. dramatic soprano; Miss I.
Brown, mezzo soprano, and MR. M. AL-
BERT, high lyric tenor.
MISS ANDERSON, graduate. Swedish nurse;
baths; a»*lUlne massage; Swedish movement;
ladles, gents. SO6 Market, room 25. 2d floor.
BADGES, photo, and badge buttons, made In
San Francisco at Eastern prices. WALTER
N. BRUNT. HS Clay St.. S. F. 1
I BIG outdoor stereorticon show every night
cor. Market and Sixth: artistic advertise-
ments in living light; promoters of business. '■
Consult OWL ADV. CO.. U4O Market St.
ELECTRIC lights In every room; Winchester
House. 44 Third St.. nr. Market: 200 rooms, ,
26c to $1 DO per night; $1 60 to $6 per week:
free bus and baggage to and from the ferry.
■■ $14— Suit to order: samples; try one. NEU-
HATS & CO.. tailors. 115 Kearny st.
GREAT catarrh cure; Wilsons vaporizing in-
haler: J26A Ellis; test free; cure $5.
CLOAKS and tailor-made suits retailed at
wholesale figures. !0 Sansome Ft.
BRANCH office of The Call. 167 Ninth St.—
Want ads and subscriptions taken.
SUPERFLUOUS hairs removed by electrolysis.
MRS. DR. WELCH. 2115 Bush.
SUIT to order en easy Installments. L.
I.KMOS. 1117 Market Ft., het 7th and Sth.
MME. GOLDSTEIN— EIegant, stylish dresses.
$5 up: dress, s made over. « Eddy st . rm M.
HEALD'S Business College. 24 Post. Book-
keeping, business practice, shorthand, typ-
ing, telegraphy, languages. English branch-
es; electrical, civil & mining engineering, sur-
veying, assaying, navigation, etc.: 20 teach-
I ers day and eve. sessions; catalogue mailed.
AYRES' Business College, 325 Montgomery St.;
individual instruction in shorthand, typing,
bookkeeping, telegraphy, etc.; life scholar-
i ship. $50: low rates per week and month.
ENGINEERING school: civil, electrical, mm
Ing. meeh.. survey, assay, archlt. ; day & eve.;
eat. 1&64. VAN PER NAILLEN. 933 Market.
ACCOMPLISHED English woman offers to
teach French and music In exchange for a
home with a family; highest references. 1206
! BOOKKEEPING and rapid calculations; a
course In Tan's counting room makes you
thorough. Room F. 72, 555 Market st.
LADY teaches piano, mandolin, 60c an hour:
excellent pianist and accompanist for enter-
tainments and vocalists. 1209 Octavla st.
YOUNG man desires to study English pri-
vately m In class; state terms. Address box
660. Call office.
FLUTE, mandolin, guitar lessons; club $1
monthly. PROF. GASTALDI. 710 Lombard.
BOOKKEEPING, arithmetic, writing, gram-
mar: day. night: $5 mo 1504 Market, op. Sth.
I GENTLEMEN taught languages evenings by
foreign lady teacher. Box 469, Call office.
INDIVIDUAL Instruction, shorthand and type-
writing; terms reasonable. I<>l3A Post Ft.
SAN FRANCISCO Business College. 1236~Mar-
ket St.; 124 positions In '96; 103 In '97.
LUDLUM School of Elocution and Dramatic
! Art. 828 Batter st.
PROF. M. KOLANDER, teacher mandolin,
guitar and banjo. 535 Market st., off Mason.
VOICE culture, piano Paris graduate; French.
Spanish; new classes: $2 mo. if** Taylor Ft.
Miss GAMBLE'S dancing school: adults' class
Saturdays I P. M. 317 Devlsadero st.
FISK teachers' agencies In 10 cities: teachers
wanted now. 420 Parrott building.
GUITAR, mandolin, piano and vocal lessons:
$.1 month. Mary Westhaun. 39 Fifth Ft.
MRS. DR. F. CLARK, the distinguished
trance clairvoyant and medium: while en-
tranced she will reveal every hidden mystery
In life; she will show you how to overcome
your enemies, remove family troubles, restore
lost affections: unites the separated, recov-
ers lost, stolen or burled property: locates
treasures, minerals: tells your entire life,
past, present and future, while In a perfect
trance. Hours 10 n. m. to 5 p. m. ; perfect
satisfaction guaranteed by mall. Send stamp
for circular with special terms. MRS. DR. F.
■LARK, rms. 25 & 26. 1206 Market, opp. 6th.
MME. PORTER, wonderful clairvoyant card-
ren<ler. born doubl* veil and second sight:
diagn(,sls disease, full life reading; la.. 50c;
gents $1: palm. * elairv. : Bit. *1 SO. 128 Turk.
REMOVED— Mme. Uro-mar te-lls fortunes by
planets; prd'td "74 " steamer on Island. 23Vfe
Sixth, room 6.
JI'ST arrived from New York Cltr. medium
and card-reader: present, past, future. 765
Market nt , room ?
MRS. S. J. Carman of Portland: wonderful
test medium; this week only. 563V4 Market,
MISS MIRANDA, mind reader, electro mn«-
netle treatments. 1122 Market St.. room SI.
MMI' WOOps, mind reader, card reader, mag-
netic charms. 107 Poel st.. room 8.
MME. MHRKAI*. test medium, clairvoyant,
card reuder: 25c up. 73 Fourth St.. upstairs.
RAY FAlR— Card reader; magnetic healing a
specialty. 223 Post st.. room 2.
DR. ALICE FAY. medium and genuine mag-
netic healer. 12 s ! S-venth St., second floor.
SATISFACTION rr ro pay. 1204 Mission, above
F.lghth. front parlor. Face cream free.
MME MAHF.L HALL, rard reader, has located
at 1104 Mission St., rOOM 10.
MISS LOLA M. STEVENS, card-reading and
magnetic treatment. 225 Mason, suite 1-2.
MME. AMIi:. medium, card reader and mag-
netic healer: charms. 122 Poat st . room 1&
MME ZINELLA, the business medium and
astrologer. Room 12. If>9 Grunt aye.
MME LINDEN, returned card reader and mar-
netlst: charms. 12 f Fourth, room 2S
MRS MANDFNA. medium and palmist; read-
Ings 2Sc this week: satisfaction gar'td. 2« 6th.
MISS MELVILLE, great clairvoyant and
water reader 9Zl'4 Mission St.. opp. Mint.
MME. RAVENA reads life fluently; business
advice; name* given: 2Sc up. 6 Fourth st.
MME. HANBEN, pnlmist. card-writer, past.
■Nt and future; 25<*. 148 Sixth, room a.
MISS MAT'P WINTERS, card reader; electro-
magnetic treatments. 120H Geary st.. room 2.
MIPS E. LOEBEL ban returned to 121 Mont-
gomery St.. room S. Card reader.
MME. PODAN. Scotch seeress. card-reader and
palmist. Cl 9 F.ddy, ? to 8 P. M.
MI;S SHAFFER, teat and business medium;
sittings dally. 123 V; Sixth nt.. room 14.
MRS PR. ANNA THOMAS-FtrM In her pro-
renston: never falls: advice: heln. !W Pn«t
MRS. FCLTON'S materialising seance to-
night, 50c; sittings daily. SI Fell st.
A. M. FRANCIS. Independent slate-writer; de-
\el ping circle Wednesday eve. lIS Haight st.
MME MAYO STEERS, 112H Oak; ctrclea
Tv«« S P.M.. Thurs 2 P.M.; 25c; readings 81.
HOBKINS, spiritual medium, circle
Tues., 8 p. m.. 25c: readings. Jl. 214 Franklin.
MRS. J J. WHITNEY, spiritual medium, for
rr»«Mifes and adv.ee ?!<; Stockton St.
$2 MONTHLY: rented, repaired, bought, sold;
machine supplies. 145 Sixth st.
ALL kinds bought, pold, exchanged, rented;
repairing; lowest rates. 20R Fourth St.
OLD Y. M. C A. building. 2J2 Sutter et.. to
rent for long term of lease. Apply to H. J.
M'COY. Mason and Ellis sts.
CITY REAL ESTATE.
REAL ESTATE^ '
FOR SALE BY
THOMAS MAGKE A; SONS,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
4 MONTGOMERY ST.,
,\.:^ y UNION TRUST BUILDING.
$2750— HaiKhr St.; lot 25x100: one block from
Market st.; bet. Octavia and Laguna; very
Cottage and lot. $1S5O; Herman St.. north side,
bet. Fillmore and Steiner; 25x120 to rear street;
Battery and Pacific; corner 25x57V4. and build-
ings; rent $50; $SCOG.
Vallejo st., bet. Van Ness and Franklin; 25x
137*4 ; $2750; street accepted.
Corner Portland aye. and Wool St.. near Mis-
sion st. and electric cars; 75x70; $1400.
Valencia st. business property; on the best
block, near Twentieth; 50x110 and 3-story
building; large store below and flats above;
rents $120; $19,000.
$Ssoo— Rents $30; Chinese merchants have been
there for 25 years; 2-story and basement brick
and lot 25X137H; Sacramento, bet. Kearny and
Dupont. ".;• •■'. -
Reduced to — Third st., near Mission;
brick building; leased at $1."..V
$15,000— Polk and Pine, northeast corner: !0x
C:"'j and 3-story building: store below; rents $35.
Fine Investment — Corner Inside Larkin st. ;
lOOxlld, »nd substantial improvements; rents
RESIDENCES AND HOUSES AND LOTS.
$11,000— Pacific aye. resldenco and lot 34'4x
127.i; north side; fine view and best block;
New Pacific Heights residence; north sMe
of street; grand view; unobstructed and shel-
tered location; house has reception hall,
music room, parlor, billiard room, dining
room and kitchen; upstairs. 4 bedrooms, libra-
ry, sewing and servant's room; basement,
dance hall, wine and heater rooms; only $17,500.
Broadway; north side; near Octavia: marine
view: 33 feet front and 2-story; 8 rooms and
bath; reduced to $8700.
Poison St.. bet. 24th and 2"th: 25x112<4
to rear street, and 2-story. bay window house;
street accepted; cars pas*.
$2000— Cottages and lots 25x100; Thirty-fourth
st.; 100 feet from Mission st. and electric cars;
$1500— Two small houses and lot E7Vizl2s:
Thirtieth St., bet. Sanchez and Noe; very easy
Only $5200 — A very fine buy: Fillmore St.;
growing into business; 25x100. and very Rood 2-
story of 8 rooms and bath, bet. Sutter and
Ashbury St., In the best residence block; neat
2-story and lot 25',ixlS6Vi to DeLong aye.; only
$4500; easy terms; street accepted.
COTTAGE 4 rooms, basement; lot 30x49: on
Church St., one block from cars; $1200.
QEO. W. 11. PATTERSON & CO., 1709 Mar-
j $50 DOWN, balance $13 35 monthly; new 4 -room
and bath cottage and lot: close to car lines;
f. already sold. JACOB heyman, 11 Mont-
STOP paying rent. Hepln the new yt-ar right.
Rem<-mlx»r the difference between paying
rent and owning your own home Is worthy of
a great struggle.
Two cottages of 7 rooms, bath, large pantry,
plenty of closet room, sink tiled. tine hijrh.
basement, all floored, brick foundation, cement
side and garden walks, stylish front, all mod-
ern improvements op to date; must be seen to
be rirpr»*ciHt(»d; J3OX>; terms to suit purchaser.
Apply on premises, corner Portland aye. and
n st.. to J. M. <"v>MEKFt>nr>. from 1 to
3:30 p. m.; take Mission-st. cars to Cortlan.l ay.
HOUBB, E rooms; barn, j cowa aad chick^n-
, house. ~> s-i.. n.ir Twentieth.
J650 WII^L build 4-room cottape complete;
will call. GKO. M. SALSBI'RY. builder. 521
X st., Punnet I>istriet.
CHOICJD business property; northwest corner
Mission and Spear sts.: 45:10x117:6; moat be
dispoeed ot Apply H. BCHWERIN, Ml Clay.
OX I^yon St.. between McAllister and tJoiden
Oate avß., a new. modern sevtn roomed cot-
: ■ ii'itlMii'.v frescoed, and laundry.
4-r>M. cottafre ami lot. IISOO: 1 block from mu-
slon cars: $16 monthly. HABIN. 413 K'parny.
MONEY TO LOAN.
LOANB on fvirniture or plants in B. X . i>;ik-
land or Abtmeda. at lowest rates, without
removal; n" commliwton*: no delays. X.
NDONAN, 1017 to LOS Mission, above Sixth,
tel. South 14.
HIQHL.T respectable and private place to ob-
tain liberal advances on diamonds and j.w-
elry at the lowest rat^s. I'.allwln Jewelry
Btore, '.'lv Market ft. : tel. Green 204.
WE loan on real estate at 6 and fi'-.. per cent:
also on second mortgages: life Insurance and
real estate in probate: any sum. Manhattan
Loan Co., r. 10 (ground floor). Mills building.
ON furniture und pianos without removal: no
vomminslnn; 10-,vpst Interest: part payments
>-d: money quick and confidential. 1170
Mark'-t st , room 6S.
GO to a regular licensed pawnbroker at 1
Fourth St.. upstairs; strictly private; low
rnt»s; tel. Red 1121: established 1569.
$.". PKR mor.th Interest on ea< h $H*m; ,i.', cents
per TOO. on $100; nny amount: on 2*l mort-
!friK<>. any security. Address v'.ish. box 2. Call.
rnlture. pianos; city or Oakland: no re-
movnl; low rates, no commission; $2f> up;
private party. BONELLL M <;«';i.ry st.
ON furniture, plan"*: tiu commlssloii ; K>w
rafK; private. BCRIBNER & CO., 7 City
ANY sum, Ist or 2d mortsag*-?. estates in pro-
bate, ft- Room 7. SOt California st.
Ltas; Ist and 2d mortg.;
uny proposition. I >ry.ien. 413 stontgWlMlJ.
CTTT and country: nny sum: Ist and 2d mort-
gages, estates, etc. MI'RPHY. 62S Mkt St.
On pianos, furniture; no removal; lowest
ratss; no com.: private. Ilfi McAllister st.
$100,000 ON life insurance rmliciep; low Inter-
ost Jos B. TOPLTTZ, HO Pine rt.
10 SIXTH— Most reliable place to borrow
money; diamonds and Jewelry.
A WEEK'S news for 5 cents— The Weekly
Call, In wrapper, for mailing.
WANTED— A mortgage loan of $K3OO on first- :
class brick corner property In Oiympla.
Washington. Apply to R. O. OAKLEY, 11
J. BOAS. 330 Montgomery St.— Loans on life j
Insurance policies and buys bank books.
LOANS on real estate, bonds, etc.; lowest !
rates. McAFEE BROS.. 10S Montgomery st.
FOR SALE— MISCELLANEOUS.
GEM In a diamond collar-button for $45; worth
$100. UNCLE HARRIS. 15 Grant are
A.l PEDIGREE Irish Betters: hard-time prices!
Glenmore Kennels, 2041 Linden St., Oakland.
FRESH Durham cow; third calf; gentle; 20
quarts daily. 1312 Folsoru st.
FOR SALE— One 2000-egg Incubator: perfect
hatcher. Address FRANK SADDLEMIRE,
Tracy, Cal. • .
GAS stoves for heating, one-half price; 1 and
2 bowl barber washstands, cheap. HT'F-
SCHMIDT. 623 Golden Gate aye.
FINE saloon; front embossed stained glass;
nickel plate; cheap. 1166 Mission st.
STREET roller, 2:6x2 feet, as good as new.
cost $60: will sell for $30. 11l Van Ness aye.,
SOME new and second-hand Sterling wheels:
bargains. NICHOLS & CO.. 404 Battery st.
SAFES— Bargains In new and second-hand: all
sizes; half original cost. 109-111 Market, S. F.
GRAPHOPHONES. 10; Records. $.". per doz.:
Projectoscape. $100. Baclgalupi, 933-946 Mrkt.
BOILERS, engines, id hand machinery. M -
IN'TOSH & WOLPMAN. 137 Beale st.
J. R. POOL, house-mover, dealer second-hana
building material. 1122-36 Mission st. .
COFFEE mill, scale, hand-truck, letter-press,
desk and safe cheap. 1"2 Clay st.
BARS, back bare, mirrors, showcases, coun-
ters, linoleum, office furniture, store and
office furniture and fixtures; new and sec-
ond-hand. J. ! NOOXAN. 1017-1019-1021-1023
Mission St.. above Sixth.
BARS, showcases, counters, shelving, etc.,
bought and sold. 1063, Mission, near Seventh.
WHISKY. Mcßrayer, April, l??:, from Ken-
tucky bonded warehouse direct; tec. per gal-
lon. F. EPHRAIM. 628 Market St.. S. F.
FOR SALE— second-hand fireproof safe,
at 42 Main s». .
SECOND-HAND dynamos, gasoline and steam
engines, . boilers, pulleys, shafting. . laundry
machinery, etc. SMITH CO.. 527 Mission st.
~ ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
LAW of divorce, mining, damage, probate; con-
scientious, capable attorneys; advice free.
305 Larkln St., opp. City. Hall, rooms 91-3.
ADVICE free; divorce law a specialty; private;
. no fee without success; collections. -a. W.
HOWE, atty at law, S5O Market, cor. Stocktn.
ADVICE free— Private law matters: moderate
fees. ATTORNEY, McCABE. 103 Larkln st.
ADVICE free; no charge unless successful.
W. W. DAVIDSON. 827 Market st.
COINTRY HEAL ESTATES.
F<>R SALE— Up to date ranch, 40 acres: level,
fertile; fine overflowing artesian wells: dry
season not feared; houses, barns, etc.: IS in
all; fine shade trees for poultry; lovely little
variety orchard; near station; fronts on
railroad; near sugar beet mill. 4 miles from
Irvlngton: price reduced: 33 miles from San
Frar.clsco. Address box 457. Call Office.
FOR sale — Small orchard near Antloch; trees
4 and 6 years old; hou^e. barn, chicken-
houses, etc.; bargain; owner going East; one-
third cash; balance 1 and 2 years. W. M.
ELB4 'M. 1346 Market st.
HOUSE of 9 rooms; modern; yard ISO by M
feet; greenhouse plants, good water, stable
and chicken yard; also goldfish pond; big bar-
gain. Call at this office.
$1200 BUYS a 4-room corner frame hoiAe In
Santa Maria. Cal.. with 3 connected lots. 75
x 164 feet: flower garden, fruit trees and good
barn: will trade for city lodging-house or
chicken ranch. Inquire R. BENJAMIN, 111
Ellis st., city.
FOR SALE— 2SO acres unimproved land. Tuo-
lumne County; wood and water; also 160 acres
unimproved land, Manlposa County; cheap;
cash: a bargain. Particulars A. BRUHNKE.
1714 Polk st. : __
ANY one wanting a small ranch, for grazing
purposes, or a moderate sized orchard, part-
ly improved, payable on very easy terms,
apply to room 703. Claus Spreckels building.
FOR sale — Glen Annie ranch, one of the best-
known ranches In Southern California. Ap-
ply J. PERCY LAWTON. Santa Barbara.
BOOK and list of cheap land free. M. M.
GRIFFIN. Cottonwood. Shasta County. Cal.
LITTLE homes close to town; Improved; easy
terms: also 4 to 1! acre pieces on 8 and 10
yearn' credit. D. H. TWING, Sonoma City:
rv,rv MnnriAV at OS Vark»t nt.. S. F.
OFFICE— 9OB BROADWAY.
OAKLAND Itr.VL ESTATE.
IT'S not too late: If you come at once you can
buy a cottage, cabin and lot for $150. $10
cash, $5 monthly: a 175 lot. well worth $150.
$5 cash, $T> monthly: streets all graded, some
macadamized: One school and 3 electric-car
lines near: climate, soil and situation very
best. H. Z. JONES, owner of the Allendale
tract. East Oakland. 4. r .9 Ninth St.. bet.
Broadway and Washington, Oakland; car-
MODERN residence. 5 rooms, bath, cemented
basement, etc.: near Grove st. : lot SOxlfiO:
plumbing nickel plated: electric wiring;
street work complete : price $3500: terms to
suit. Lake Shore Land Co.. A. H. BREED,
Manner. ''Sin Broadway. Oakland.
! ALAMEDA ADyERTjSEMENTsT
ALAMEDA REAL ESTATE.
; CHEAPEST and best In America— The Weekly
Call, sent to any address in the United States
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Birth, marriage and death notices sent bf
mall will not be inserted. They must be
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and be indorsed with the name and residence
of persons authorized to have the same pub-
BRADLEY— Tn Corralltos, January 5. 1898, to
the wife of Joel Bradley, a son.
CLARK— In this city. January P. IR9B. to the
wife of Dr. William D. Clark, a son.
CLARK— In Fields Landing. January 1, 18S8,
to the wife of Peter A. Clark, a son.
CORY— Near Tulare. January 9, IS9S, to the
wife of j. Cory, a daughter.
FOLTZ— In Bayslde, January S, 1898. to the wife
of Toney Foltz, a daughter.
FRANCIS— In Ferndale. January 9, IS9B. to the
wife of D. A. Francis, a son.
HARPST- Near Arcata. January 1, IS9S, to the
wife of Charl-s I. Harpst, a son.
H AN'SEN— In San Miguel Canyon, January 5,
1898, to the wife of Ed Hansen, a daughter.
LUDWIG— Ia Watsonville. January 6. 1898, to
the wife of Peter Ludwlg, a daughter.
PARKER— In College Park. Cal., to the wife of
Charles F. Parker, a son.
RIFFE-In Watsonville, January 6, 1898, to
the wife of E. Rlffe. a son.
: on Eel River Island, January S, IS9S.
t'i the wife of J. W. Sage, a daughter.
SCHOMBKRO— In Los Gatos, January' 12, 1898,
to the wife of Henry Sehomberg, a son.
BRT'ENIXO- YOUNG— In Oakland. October 6,
I hrtrlps lirucninjr and Maggie Young.
BEECHING— BRACKETT— In Alamcda. Janu-
ary 12. 1SS»8, by the Rev. Mr. Bovard. Robert
A. Beechlng and Helen B. Brackett.
EFFEY— STEWART— In Santa Cruz, January
12, IMS, by the Key. John G. Taylor, Robert
Effey and Minnie M. Stewart.
FERGCSON— THOMPSON— In Eureka. Janu-
ary 2. MM, by the Rev. T. H. Stephens, Frank
B. Ferguson and Alice M. Thompson.
HERNANDEZ— SCHOLAR— In Creston. Janu-
ary 1, l-9\ by the Rev. M. Claus, Joseph Her-
nanrioz an-1 Sophia If. Scholar.
IK'KY- MdARTHY— In this city, January 10,
by the Rev. William H. Tubb. Hugh
Dennll Hoey and Mary Gertrude McCarthy,
Ix'th of San Francisco.
HI "NT -CHEATAM— In Kern, January 11. IS9S,
by the Rev. C. B. Lintley, W. 11. Hunt and
Man' Eleanor Cheatam.
LESTER— ROCrERS— In Santa Cruz. January
12. ÜBS, by Justice Gardner, Bonnie E. Lester
und Sarah Delia Roger*.
LINDSTKAND— ANDERSON— In Blue Lake.
Cal.. January 1. IS9B. by the Rev. William
Baesler, John E. Lindstrand and Clara An-
LONG— THOMPSON— In Eureka, January 2,
lSi»8, by the Rev. T. H. Stephens, Addington
P. Long anil L.uira ES. Thompson.
RANKIN McPHERSON— In Eureka. January
7. UM, by the Key. Griffith Griffiths. Sandy
Rankin and Jane Ann MePherson.
RICHARDS— MURGOTTEN— In San Jose. Jan-
uary 12, U9B, by the Rev. Dr. Wakefleld, Rob-
ert B. Richards and Edith Clementine Mur-
PILKWiMiJi WATERS— In Eureka, January
I, IMS, by the Rev. L. Kennedy, Samuel S.
Silkwood and Katherlne Waters.
BCHEUER— HENRY— In this city. January 3,
1898, by th° Key. D. Stebbins. Gerard A. J.
Scheufr and Ruth M. Henry.
ALEXA— In the City and County Hospital.
January 14, 1898. Joseph Alexa, a native of
Russia, aged 47 years.
BLODGETT— In Freshwater. January .', 1898,
Moses A. Blodgett, a native of .New Hamp-
shire, aged 59 years.
BOWERMAN— Near Blue Lake, January 5,
IS9S. George Bowerman, a native of Illinois,
aged 71 years.
BELLO— In this city. January 14. 1898, Vin-
cent, dearly beloved husband of Sabina Bello,
and father of Joseph. Vincent. Gussle, Helen.
Annie and George - Bello. a native of Italy,
aged 69 years and 3 months.
E7"Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Sunday), at 3 o'clock, from the parlors of
H. F. Suhr & Co.. 1209 Mission street, near
Eighth. Interment Mount Calvary Cemetery.
BLOOMINGDALE— In this city. January 14,
IS3S, Sarah, relict of the late K. Bloomingdale,
beloved mother of Mrs. O. H. Sellg, Victoria,
B. C. Mrs. G. A. Kline and Freada. Bertha
and Josle Bloomlngdftle. and sister of Mrs.
B. Lehman, a native of Germany, aged 63
years and 14 days.
lETTrlendi and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Sunday), at 2 o'clock, from her late resi-
dence, 1515 Gough street. Interment Home of
Peac! Cemetery, by special train from Third
and Townsend streets at 3:30 o'clock.
BOYLAN— In ths city, January 14, 1898, Mar-
garet, relict of Bernard Boylan. and beloved
mother of Bernard, James, Maggie, Mary.
Julia and the tat* Matthew Boylan, a na-
tive of County Clare. Ireland, aged 60 years.
CTNotice of funeral hereafter.
COHN— In this city, January 13. 1893. Ellas,
beloved husband of Susie Colin, and father of
Mrs. Henry Jackson and Max. Leo. Cella,
Herman and Nathan Conn, a native of Exln.
Prussia, aired 63 years.
(ETFrlends are respectfully invited to at-
tend the funeral services to-morrow (Sun-
day), at 10 o'clock, at his late residence, 419
Van Ness avenue. Interment Hills of Eter-
nity Cemetery, by 11:30 o'clock train from
Third and Townsend streets.
A. O. U. W.— To the officers and members of
Valley Lodge No. 30, A. O. U. W.: You are
kindly Invlte3 to attend the funeral of our
!at« brother, E. Cohn, I. W. By order
JOHN F. GLOVER. M. W.
THOMAS H. LORD, Recorder.
CUNNINGHAM— In this city, January IS. UK,
Patrick, beloved husband of the late Cather-
ine Cunningham, and stepfather of Mrs. G.
Matson and Katie Heilly, a native of County
Monaghan. Ireland, aged 51 years and 9
(C7" Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral this day
(Saturday), at 1:30 o'clock, from the parlors
of the T'nlte.i Undertakers. 27 and 29 Fifth
street, thence to St. Rose'B Church for serv-
ices. Interment Mount Calvary Cemetery.
COHN— In this city. January 14, IS9S. Nathan-
iel Cohn. a native of New York, aged 32
CHAPMAN— In San Jose. January 12, IS9S
Klvlna M. "'hapman. a native of New York,
aged 78 years 9 months and 15 days.
DARLING— In Soquel, January 11, 1898. Barber
I'arling, a native of New York, aged 65
EASTLAKE— In Eureka, January 12, U9B. Mrs
Jane Eastlake. a native of New Brunswick
aged 73 years and 11 months.
EGGERT— In this city, January 14, IS9B, Frank
C, beloved son of August and Lena Eggert
and brother of Willie H. and Augusta M
Eggert. a native of San Francisco, aged 3
years 2 months and S3 days.
FRYE— In this city, January 14. 1898, Mabel,
only daughter of Jessie ami Mary Frye. and
sister of Arthur and Jessie Frye. a native
of San Francisco, aged 2 years and 21 days.
FEEHAN— In this city, January 13, IS9B, James
E., beloved son of the late John and Mary
A. Feenan, a native of Pan Francisco.
ttT7"The funeral will take place thi3 day
(Saturday), from St. Joseph's Church, Tenth
street, where a solemn requiem mass will be
celebrated for the repose of his soul, com-
mencing n.t 9 o'clock. Interment private.
Mount Calvary Cemetery. Please omit flow-
GOST— In this city. January 14, IS9S, Bernard,
beloved husband* of Rosalie Gost, and step-
father of Mrs. O. A. Lutzen. Mrs. J. Seiwerd
and F. Roux. late of Colma. a native of
Caen, France, aged 68 years and 4 months.
Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Sunday), at 10 o'clock, from the residence
of hie son. F. Roux, 1003 Montgomery ave-
nue. Interment Cypress Lawn Cemetery.
GILLESPIE— In this city. January 14, IS9B.
Thomas F., beloved son of the late James and
Mary Gillespie, and brother of William M.
and the late John J. Gillesple, a native of
San Francisco, aged 33 years 1 month and 2
IC7"Friend3 and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Sunday), at 8 o'clock, from the residence of
his brother. William M. C,ille«pie. 1319 Mont-
gomery stret. thence to St. Francis Church,
where a requiem high mass will be celebrated
for the repose of his soul, commencing at
8:45 o'clock. Interment Mount Calvary Ceme-
GEISHAKER— this city. January 13, 189S,
Andrew Geishaker, a native of Germany,
aged 60 years.
(C?" The funeral will take place this day
(Saturday), nt 10:30 o'clock, from the family
residence, 413 Bryant street. Interment
strictly private. Please omit flowers.
HARRIS— In this city, January 14, 1898, Henry,
eldest son of M. <i. Harris, and brother of
Mrs. Hertzberg and Sam. Louis, Minnie and
Ben Harris, a native of San Francisco, aged
JACKSON— In this city, January 13, 1898, Mrs.
S. M. A. Jackson, mother of Mrs. George Met-
calf and Samuel, William. John and George
Jackson, a native of England, aged 76 years
and 3 months.
[C? The funeral services will be held
to-morrow (Sunday), at 1 o'clock- at Liver-
more. The remains can be viewVd at the
residence of her daughter. Mrs. George Met-
calf. 418 Geary street, until Saturday even-
JACOBS— In this city, January 13 IR9S, Jacob,
dearly beloved husband of Sarah Jacobs, and
father of Jake and Joe Jacobs. Mrs. B. Ja-
cobs and Al Jacobs, a native of Strassburg,
Prussia, aged 73 years. (New York papers
E7"Frlends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Sunday), at 10 o'clock, from his late resi-
dence. 1613 Post street. Interment New Salem
Cemetery- Please omit flowers.
JONES— In this city. January 14. IS9S, Belle,
beloved wife of William F. Jones, mother of
Annie, Manny Belle. Rosie and Willie Jones,
daughter of Aaron and Rosie Bramwo.ll, and
sister of Mrs. P. H. Maloney and Aaron, Ro-
sie and Robert Bramwell, a native of San
Francisco, aged 37 years 3 months and 17
(CTFriends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Sunday), at 10:30 o'clock, from her late resi-
dence, 323 Filbert street, between Kearny and
Montgomery, thence to St. Francis Church,
where a requiem high mass will be cele-
brated for the repose of her soul, commenc-
ing at 11 o'clock. Interment Holy Cross
KIRBY— Santa Cruz, January 12, 1898,
James Klrby, a native of Ireland, aged 65
years 2 months and 6 days.
LANK— In this city, January 13. 1898. Lorlnda
D.. beloved wife of S. J. Lank, a native of
Nova Scotia. (Turo papers please copy.)
(C7Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Sunday), at 10 o'clock, from the lamily resi-
dence, 13S Fair Oaks street, between Twenty-
second and Twenty-third. Interment Ma-
LEARY— Port Costa, January 13, IS9S, Cath-
erine Leary, beloved mother of Dennis
Leary of Port Costa, and Timothy, Daniel
and Julia Leary of San Francisco, a native
of the parish of Inehlgeela, County Cork, Ire-
land, aged 65 years.
ICTFriends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Sunday), upon the arrival of the 9:20 boat.
Oakland ferry, thence to St. Patrick's
Church, Mission street, for services, at 10
o'clock. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.
LUCAS— this city, January 14. IS9S, Hattle,
youngest daughter of Mamie and Harry Lu-
cas, aged 1 year and 5 months.
MITCHELL— In City and County Hospital,
January 14, IS9S. George Mitchell, a native
of Michigan, aged 32 years.
MOLLOY— this city. January 14, MS, Mary
Molloy. a native of Ireland, aged 70 years.
MURRAY— In this city, January 14, 1898, John
A., dearly beloved son of James and Ellen
T. Murray, and brother of Thomas, James,
Mary. Agnes and Lorlen Murray, a native of
San Francisco, aged 1 year ? months and 24
days. . .__ .
PODD— In this city, January I* UN, Frank
William, beloved son of Annie and Frank R.
Potld. a native of Kan Francisco, aged IS
years 9 months and 17 days.
PHILLIPS— In this city. January 14. ISO 1 ?. Mrs.
James Phillips, beloved mother of Thomas
X., James and William R. Phillips and Mrs.
Robert C. Caldwell, a native of Belfast, Ire-
land, aged 83 years.
'lERSON— In this city, January 14, 18SB, Liz-
zie, beloved wife of George H. Pierson, a
native of Ireland, aged 33 years 9 months and
PKTERSON— Tn this city, January 14. 1898,
Ora Mardell. beloved and only child of
Charles and Lf>la Peterson, aged 1 year 7
months and 20 days.
p >NCBT— In this city. January 12, 1899, Jeanne
Marie, beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Jean Poncet, and sister of Mrs. Despl&ce*
and Miss Emelie Poncet. a native of San
Fraricisco, aged 20 years and 5 months.
tJ*Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral this day
(Saturday), at 2 o'clock, rrom her late resi-
dence. 816 Jackson street, thence to the
French Church of Notre Dame dcs Vlctolres,
SHAFTER— In this city, January 14, IS9S, Har-
riet A., wife of General William R. Shnfter.
V. S. A., a native of Rome, N. 1., aged 57
years and 9 months.
(CFriendP are respectfully Invited to at-
tend thff funeral services to-morrow (Sun-
day), at 2 o'clock, at Fort Mason. Interment
National Cemetery, Presidio.
SHAW— In Salinas, January 12. I«9S. Mrs. M.
J. Shaw, beloved mother of Charles R. and
Edward J. Shaw, a native of Louisiana, aged
ICT'Frlends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Sunday), at 11 o'clock, from the funeral par-
lors of Porter & White, 122 Eddy street. In-
terment I. O. O. F. Cemetery.
STEELE— In this city, January 13, 189S, James,
beloved husband of the late Margaret Steelc.
and father of James. Walter and Henry
Steele. Mrs. D. McCurdy. Mrs. W. F. Tay-
lor. Mrs. F. A. Smith and Mrs. J. J. O'Con-
nell, a native of Ireland, aged 58 years 4
months and 22 days.
[GTFriends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral this day
(Saturday), at 3 o'clock, from his lat* resi-
dence, 245 Eighth street. Interment Odd Fel-
THOMPSON— In this city, January 13, 1898.
Gideon, husband of Viola C. Thompson, and
brother of Mrs. Jane Budrow and Doris
Thompson of New York, a native of Moscow,
N. V., aged 66 years and 3 months.
CTFricnds are respectfully invited to at-
tend the funeral services this day (Satur-
day), at 2 o'clock, at St. John's Episcopal
Church. Fifteenth and Julian avenues. In-
terment Masonic Cemetery.
TODD— In Oakland. January 13. IS9S. Marguer-
ite 8., beloved daughter of Robert B. and
Gertrude M. Todd. a native of San Fran-
cisco, aged a years 6 months and 14 days.
VER MEHR— In Klngman, Ariz., January 12,
IS9B, Antoinette R., wife of Alfred de R.
Ver Mehr, and daughter of the late Hon.
Charles V. and Ellen M. Stuart.
C7Notice of funeral hereafter. Remains
at residence of Judge J. M. Seawell.
WALD — In Mountain View, January 13. 1898,
Frederick, beloved husband of Philabena E.
Wald, a native of Germany, aged 65 years
1 month and 2 days.
Zy Friends and acquaintances ar« respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral to-moftow
(Sunday), from his late residence in Moun-
WILLIS— In Alameda, January 12, 1898. Cath-
erine Willis, a native of Ireland, aged 65
YATES— In this city, January U. 1888, Kate
Yates>, beloved daughter of Mrs. Hannah
Keesing. and mother of Jessel, Algernon,
Aubrey and Edemion Yates, a native of San
Francisco, aged 49 years.
IC?"Friends are respectfully invited to at-
tend the funeral to-morrow (Sundayi, at 10
o'clock, from the residence of Mrs. Rose
Levy. 2931 Clay street. Interment Home of
Peace Cemetery, by ll^W o'clock train from
Third and Towncend streets
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20 FIFTH ST., Opp. Lincoln School.
Telephone. South SO.
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