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EXPRESSING and transfer business In 4
cities; good horses, wagons, etc.; established
many years; doing an excellent, steady busi-
ness: lias hauling 'fur large wholesale houses;
offered at a. low figure, us owner It engaged
In other business. M. LESS, 765 Market st.
H;,q CORNER saloon in the busiest manufac-
turing liistrict in the city: old established
- place" positive value In Bight; will clear $100
» r nth; llvir.g rooms: this is an excel-
•ii lent chance for small Investment; worth $800
• to any one. M. LESS, 763 Market st.
«400^SAIiOONl.witli lv well furnished . rooms,
rear the furry; old established: good busi-
ness- selling on account of sickness; cheap
rent- easily worth double the price asked. M.
LESS, 7t".r, Market vt. -
. . 4 [ONERY, news stand, restaurant,
• e*c ' living rooms; rent $6; biggest transfer :
Point of <-ity; list tell; given away. M.
..LESS. 765 Market fit. _^ ' ' ■ I
• SISOO— FIRST-CLASS concert hall and family ]
resort; established 2.*. years; north ">£ Mar- '
ket: only place »i its kind within a large I
radius; full value In sight; clearing now $260
t.er month; can be increased; satisfactory
proof furnished; investigate this; It's worth
your while. M. LESS, 760 Market.
1400^-DELICACY tore; fine location; north of
Market; llvina rooms; receipts $15 to $18
daily: greatest bargain In this line. M.
LESS, Ti"s Market. • ' "
A" 'PAYING country hotel for sale. Including
building ani lot, 75x1f.0; M rooms, bar, par-
lors, etc.: !>u miles from city; lively town; no
competition; must be sold; make offer."
LESS, 7C."> Market Ft. ■ . ■. ■
jiOO— CORNER grocery and bar, south of Mar-
ket st.: value In sight: big bar trade; this
offer means a great Bacrlflce. M. LESS, 765
:rfarl:et st. ■.
$45'?— ELEGANTLY fitted up and money-mak- ;
Ins candy store on Polk st.; must be sacrl-
flced: owner keeping another business. Apply
WILKE, 753 Market s-t.
$3-. v -v-THr. best fitted up, and guaranteed to
clear f3OO net per month, saJoon close to Claus
Spn-'kols building; first-class custom; no bet-
ter liuslness offer In the market; investigate
at once; this Is a chance of a lifetime.
WILKE. 7n3 Market st.
$i -o SALOON; average daily receipts $10; rent
$:'.=.; 1' doors from Montgomery st. ; a bargain.
WILKE, 783 Market st.
jwM'OKXKR saloon in wholesale district;
kept by present owner for years and dolns
a good ptuylng business: rare chance; fullest
investigation jriv.tr 1 . WILXE. 7t>3 Market st.
$12f>0-OLD-ESTABLISHEI> bp' m, close to
banks and leading hotels; average daily re-
ceipts $22; rent $50, lease; no night work;
actual value $2000: owner to retire and going
on his ranch. Call WILKE. 7SS Market St.
BAKER, ATTENTION— '
Bakery in Western Addition; price $900; 4 liv-
ing rooms; old "established; a first-class bar-
gain. WILKE, 7b3 Market Kt.
A— slso; dining room; 30 steady boarders; no
rent: don't miss it. KREDO & CO., 22H
Geary st. •
A— "-T*: cigar stand; best corner Kearny; fine
stock; clears $100. KREDO _ CO., 22Vs Geary.
A—s4so;A — $450; saloon; side entrance; Market St.; best
bar in tity. KREIX ' ■■• CO., HVi Geary st.
A— $200; florist and seed business; best town
near city; clears $luO. KREDO & CO., 22' 2
$100— GROCERY and bar; bargain this day.
MCLAUGHLIN _ CO.. 23 Kearny st.
$1500— GROCERY, French liquor store, north
Market : departure for Europe cause of sale.
Mclaughlin & Co., 23 Kearny st.
$1000— CORNER grocery, with bar attached;
large trade; horses, wagons included; trial
given. MCLAUGHLIN & CO., Si Kearny st.
$500— CORNER saloon, near Market st. ; dis-
agreement of partners cause of sale. Me-
LAUpHLIN & CO., 23 Kearny st. • .
A— SM»— CORNER grocery and bar; without
doubt one of the best business corn»r*. ■■
$200— Partner wanted in commission- dus-1-
- $450— Saloon: old-established, good location, |
an.i other bargains In saloons, t>ak_'n-;s and
restaurants. ANDERSON & CO., 7:7 Market.
DELICACIES and bakery, worth $1000 for.. $2~M
Dry goods, stationery, bakery; cheap
Cigar stand, ear Baldwin Hotel 425
H. C. DECKER, 1020 Market it.
SALOON men, attention — corner saloon
for sale tit invoice to highest bidder this
week. RAND _ CO.. M Third St.
PAYING delicacy store good location: selflng
on account of sickness. WICHMAN, LUT-
GEN & CO., 318 Clay st.
CHEAP saloon near the water front. Apply
WICHMAN, LTJTGEN & CO., 31s Clay st.
A RARE OPPORTUNITY.
Odd Fellows' Library. Seventh and Market
its., for sale. This library is now offered for
sale by the board of trustees; it contains a
choice collection ofall kinds of literary and
scientific .■ irks. The library Is now open for
the sale and inspection of books from 9 a. m.
until 9 p. m. I
PRINTING office for sale— Complete, nearly
- new job office in best interior town In State;
good run of business; satisfactory reasons;
will bear Investigation; cheap. Address Box
3252. Coil office. <
FOR sale at a bargain— "Office Saloon."
corner City Hall avenue and City Hall
square. Inquire at saloon. CHAS. FOWLER.
ELEGANT grocery and bar; splendid opportu-
nity; good trade and stock; owner retiring on
account of ill health. Investigate. 3231, Call.
YOUNG German with about $1000 In cash,
been working in grocery business, wants to
buy a good corner grocery. Box 3250. Call.
FOR sale cheap— A tobacco, cigar, stationery
and cutlery store on Sixteenth; No. 2907, near
ward; proprietor has to leave the city.
FOR Sale Family liquor store; good location;
thorough investigation. Cigar store. 842 Mar-
SHOEMAKER'S shop; must sell account of
'■ sickness. Apply 532 Valencia St., in bakery-
MUST be sold: clear and news stand; will
stand Investigation. Apply 518 Hayes st.
PARTNER wanted In saloon, 33 Third street;
Steady man required.
$190— SALOON and 4 living rooms; rent $10.
83 Clementina st., near Second.
$150 invested actually earns 35 per cent weekly
profits; rare chance; no stock or Klondike
scheme; safe enterprise: control capital your-
self. D.Sloane, 110 -• Paul St., Baltimore.Md.
MONEY loaned on watches, diamonds. Jew-
elry, low interest. Uncle Harris, IS Grant _v.
$300— PARTNER wanted in light business; es-
tablished IS years; $:'. ) to $30 a week each; can
be doubled in short time; entire trade of most
prominent firms in the city; no previous ex-
perience required; trial given. 9 Geary St.,
room 2. -
I WOOD and coal yard; 333 Third Bt.; old-estab-
lished stand: large and roomy; to rent for
.$25 per month.
PORK and delicacy store; also furniture
of . rooms; good trade; rent $10, paid until
June. Address box 3243, Call office.
CORNER saloon In manufacturing portion of
city. Inquire Albany Brewery. •
RELIABLE business man connected with larg-
est house on Market at., offers for sale inter-
■.-'.ept In his "system for playing the races"; In
• ' 'successful use every day; immense returns;
email capital: references given and required;
price $100. Box 8168, Call office.
GOOD investment; $700; old-established busi-
ness; fine location; good reasons for selling;
■■■ no agents. Box E, X, V, Call branch office,
106 Eleventh st.
WANTED— buy small stock of shoes; city
. or country: must be a bargain for cash; state
particulars. Box 3159. Call office.
TO let— Coal yard, with stable of 20 stalls; old-
established stand; rent reasonable. 2622 Mis-
COMPLETE furniture of restaurant for sale.
Address box 3236. Call office.
$1200 buys a flourishing business;' wood and
coal; boarding and feed stable: owner going
to Klondike; business across the bay. Ad-
dress box 3204, Call office.
DRUG store; old established; in Western Addi-
tion; Bultaljl? for physician; reasonable. Ad-
dres box 3371, Call office^ |
1250— CORNER saloon; opposite factory; sell on
account of death. 1121 Harrson St.
FIRST-CLASS restaurant for sale; reason,
must ko to the Interior to ranch; will stand
full Investigation. Apply at Call office.
WANTED— A partner with a capital of $600 In
a bakery and coffee house doing $1000 busi-
ness. S2 Pacific aye., Santa Cruz, Cal.
ON account of going to the mines, grocery and
bar for sale at a sacrifice. Southwest corner
Twenty-sixth and Bartlett Ms.
COm and tea routes supplied from GEO.
W. CAS WELL & CO.'S, 415 Sacramento St.
FOR sale — Icecream, candy and notion store.
237 Sixth st.: no agents.
ELEVENTH. 106— Branch office of The Call,
Subscriptions and ads taken. . -
PATENTS— SMITH & O.SBORN. Regist'd Pat.
Agents; established 18C2. 319 Pine St.. city.
ATTOIINEYp AT LAW.
ADVICE free; no charge unless successful.
W. W. DAVIDSON. 927 Market st.
ELEVENTH 106— Branch office of The Call:
subscriptions and want ads taken.:
CIfEAPEBT and best In America— Weekly
• Call. Sent to any address In the United
Ptatc-B or Canada one year for $1 60, postage
free. - ■ ____________________
lIHMTIUK FOll SALE.
WALNUT bedroom set, almost new; marble
top; going away. 806 Greenwich Bt.
*27 MONTGOMERY, cor. Clay— Open until 9:tO
. o'clock: branch office of The Call. Subscrip-
*•*•>__ ___ want adß taken. ■- < r
" -• HOUSES TO LET.
ALL OVER TOWN • ■
You see houses to rent by BALDWIN &
HOW.ELL. 10 Montgomery.
HYDE. 609, near Geary — Sunny: choice: 13
rooms; $50; appreciated If teen; investigate.
TURK. 733^House of 7 rooms; all modern tm-
pru.vementß; ■ ■ . !,,
TWENTY-THIRD, 2754. bet. York and Hamp-
shlre— House, 6 rooms, bath: large yard: $16.
OAK. 17. near Market: 8 rooms and bath.
FURNISHED house to let for the summer; 8 |
large Bunny rooms; piano; hot and cold
water; all conveniences. Apply on premises,
636 Guerrero st. •'• .
GOLDEN GATE. 1517— A handsome middle flat;
; every convenience; piano;' garden. |
PUTTER, .717, near Taylor— Choice: elegant; j
sunny; appreciated if seen; please investi-
gate; or furniture for sale cheap: optional. •
COTTAGES TO LET.
TO Rent— Modern cottage, 1513 Baker st. J. Q.
JACKSON, 4.v Market st. ]
V SUNNY bay-window cottage 5 rooms near
:Mih and Mission. 64 Silver st. off Third.
• : FLATS TO LET.
A— PS okaky-st. Oats reduced to $18.
A— sl6 Geary-st. flats reduced to $10.
A— house. $32. BPSC.K & CO.. 602 Market.
CENTRAL aye.. 722. near Furnished flat
of 6 rooms: bath; piano; $30.
FLAT. 375 Shotwell St.— Sunny flat. 5 rooms and (
bath, with stable; rent reasonable. !
FLAT of 5 rooms and bath, very cheap; on '
sunny side: 122U San Jose aye.. bet. 23d and
24th sts. Apply 1515V4 Market St.- ' !
HAIGHT, 1021, above Broderlck, near Park—
Sunny 5-room flat; fine view. t
NEW modern sunny flat, 6 rooms, bath; 18
Seymour aye.. bet. Scott and Devisadero sts., I
off Golden Gate aye. ; $27. |
NINETEENTH, S9S4. near Noe— Lower- 4 !
rooms, modern. $14: 599 Noe. comer Nine-
teenth lower 4 rooms, modern, $15: 47 Pond, j
off Sixteenth, half block from Market, upper
5 rooms, modern, $15, water free.
PAGE, 134— Flat of 5 rooms; bath; basement;
yard ; reasonable to good tenant.
PINE, 1228, near Hyde— A sunny flat of 6
rooms and bath; rent $20.
SCOTT, 2088, cor. Sacramento— Upper sunny B-
room Hat, with attic; reasonable.
SEE those beautiful flats In warm belt of !
Mission; newly tinted and. painted through-
out; 6 rooms, hath and latest improvements: |
1002 and IW4 lores St., cor. Twenty-third;
rent cheapest in city; upper reduced from flo !
to $20 and lower reduced from $22 50 to $1S: j
now open for inspection. Apply MADISON &
STEVENSON, 1364, near Thirteenth— A bay-
wind-, flat of 4 rooms; rent $11.
SUNNY flat, cheap; 6 rooms; bath; modern im-
provements. 531 Thirteenth at., cor. Market.
TREAT aye., 812— Sunny upper flat; 6 rooms; i
bath; modern improvements; rent reduced.
RING up 'Phone Brown 323 if you wish to bor-
row money. Uncle Harris, 15 Grant aye.
$14— COZY sunny lower flat. 4 rooms, bath,
yard. 6 Shin well t=t., near Fourteenth.
FURNITURE for flat of 6 comfortably fur-
nished' sunny rooms for sale; cheap; no deal-
ers. 196 Shipley st., corner Fifth.
MISSION, 2706 A —Elegantly furnished sunny,
new flat; C rooms and bath; references.
CENTRAL House, 52 Second— Light housekpg,
single and double rooms, $1 25 to $3 week.
CLAY, 1026— large unfurnished housekeeping
rooms; all conveniences; good order; $9.
DEVISADERO, 1905—3 connecting rooms, bath,
furnished for houskpg; exclusive kitchen: $18.
EDDY, — 2 or three sunny furnished rooms;
complete , for housekeeping.
EDDY, Sunny, nicely furnished large con-
necting housekeeping rooms; splendid loca-
ELEVENTH, 35— let— 3 or 4 unfurnished
rooms: bath. '
ELEVENTH. 106— Branch office of The Call.
Subscriptions and ads taken.
ELLIS, 563, rear— unfurnished rooms . for
housekeeping; rent $10.
F: ."H. 314— LARGE sunny front bedroom and
kitchen; running water; bath; no children;
private; $11. ■ . ' .
FIFTH. 335— furnished, $13; 2 parlors, kitchen,
bath. $22; also single. $5.
FOLSOM. 646— Large front bay- window room;
housekeeping; every convenience.
GOLDEN GATE, 620—3 Bunny housekeeping I
rooms, complete; first floor; rent $20 per mo.
GOLDEN GATE, 1404— Sunny front with kit-
chen, $12; single, $5.
HOWARD, 525— Rooms furnished complete for
HOWARD, 704, cor. Third— Nicely furnished
eunny front rooms; also housekeeping.
HYDE, 1412 — Parlor floor of three rooms; newly
furnished for housekeeping; $25: reference.
JEaSIE— 373, near Fifth and Market— House-
keep ing; $S; single, $5. ■
KEARNY, 104—3 unfurnished rooms and bath;
LARKIN. 326—3 elegant sunny housekeeping
apartments; exclusive kitchen; central; bath.
MARKET, 2098 — Two front suites of two 0%
three rooms on same floor; sun all day.
MINNA, 421— Double front sunny room, suit-
able for light housekeeping.
MINNA, ',49— Fine large room for light house-
keeping or 2 gents; $6.
MINNA, 725—3 nice rooms In front; big yard;
rent $S. ■
MISSION, Sunny connecting housekeeping
rooms; running wafer; no objection to chil-
MISSION, 932»-i— Sunny front room, furnished
MISSION, 1241— Bay-window front and back
parlor; well fur.: light housekeeping; sunny.
MISSION, 1219— Sunny . furnished housekeeping
MISSION, - <>>. near Sixteenth— Furnished front
room, with prate; use of kitchen and yard;
rent $8 month.
MONEY on sealskins, silverware, silks and
watches. Uncle Harris. 15 Grant aye.
ROOM and kitchen;; completely furnished;
reasonable. 18 Lewis St.. oft Taylor, nr. Post.
SAN CARLOS aye., 378—3 furnished rooms and
bath, $15. - ' - -
SEVENTH, 211—2 sunny unfurnished front
rooms; running water; $3.
SOUTH PARK, TO— 2 to 4 furnished house-
keeping rooms. $7 •■> $12; 2 to 4 unfurnished
$5 to $8. i
SUITE of 2 nice . front sunny housekeeping
rooms; 2 fine double folding beds: furniture
all new;' rent $3 per week; .suitable for 3 or
4 persons. Apply at shoestore, C 62 Mission St.,
bet.. First and Second.
TENTH, 111. near Mission— Large sunny rooms
for housekeeping; also others.
TENTH, 186, corner Minna — Sunny furnished
rooms; housekeeping; rent reasonable.
THIRD.' 804— Furnished, $2 per week up; sin-
gle rooms, $1 25 up; brick building.
THIRD. 362— Sunny suites of housekeeping
■ rooms; ' newly renovated; $10. $8, $7 montn.
TURK. 543—2 sunny rooms complete for house-
keeping; gas and hath: $15. :
TWELFTH. 145—2 pleasant sunny rooms com-
plete for housekeeping; $12 per month.
VAN "NESS, 1021 — Sunny front suite; 3 rooms
and kitchen; gas; range: all complete.
BOOMS TO LET.
APARTMENTS; quiet, homelike; reasonable:
Com. Transfer Co.. 22 Stockton ft. Trunks
moved to any part of city. 25c; phone. Main 49.
ARLINGTON House, : 127 Kearny St.— Pleasant
sunny rooms, en suite and single; first-class
in every respect: terms reasonable. ■ '■
AT 522 Polk— Furnished and unfurnished jur.ny
suites and single, complete for housekeeping.
AT the Oxford. 231 O'~arrell, elegantly fur-
nished rooms, suites and single, day or mo.
BARTLETT. 102— Nicely furnished sunny front
alcove room, with board. • ■ . '
BOHEMIA, 239 Post— Newly furnished; fami-
lies and gentlemen;- references given.
BUSH, 1124— Elegant single rooms, bath, run-
ning water; grounds; references. '
DELAWARE. 1151 Market— Furnished single
and double rooms. $8 and $10 mo.; nice suites.
EDINBURGH. 239 Powell— New house, new
furniture; elegant rooms, en suite, single.
EDDY 212 (The Lexington)— Rooms per night.
60c to $1; week. $2 to. s6; families. -r
EDDY, 614— Large and small rooms; new furni-
ture, closets; 'runnrng water; bath; $6 to $10.
ELEVENTH. 10C— Branch office of The Call:
Subscriptions and ads .taken. „ . i\
ELLIS, 418 (Grand Carnot)— First-class eunny
•■..rooms suites for gents, $1 SO to $8 week.
FILLMORE, 2308— Hanny furnished parlor suite;
, ■; rent very.; reasonable * -i;-. -- - - . ■■ - '- : •■ .
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, TUESDAY, APRIL 12, 1898.
ROOMS TO LET— Continued.
PO—B OM, 1103— Sunny double bay-window cor-
ner room; two gentlemen; private family;
FOR single business men, In very quiet house,
with or without breakfast; California, Hyd*
and Polk: references. Box 3220, Call office.
FRANKLIN. 1512— Large furnished front room
FULTON. 3— Nice sunny rooms to let, day,
week or month.
GEARY, 61S— Large sunny bay-window rooms;
suites and single; light housekeeping.
HAMPTON pi., 3. off Folsom. bet. 2d and 3d— 3
bay-window sunny rooms; yard, basement.
HANCOCK HOUSE. 781 Mission; select family
rooming house; $1 60 to $6 per week.
HAVES, 788-2 or 3 modern sunny rooms;
housekeeping if desired; select neighborhood.
HICKORY aye.. 210. bet. Gough and Octavla
Bts. — t large rooms; nice yard; $10.
HOWARD, 716, ST. DAVID'S — 200 rooms;
suites; single; sunny reading room; 2So up.
HOWARD, 96TA— Elegant furnished bay-win-
dow room In private family; rent reasonable.
HYDE, 511, near Geary — Nicely furnished room
in private family: reasonable.
LARKIN, 1200— Nice sunny single rooms, $4 mo.
up; good board and room; $3 50 per week.
MARKET, 1055, opposite Jones— Large front
room, furnished or unfurnished.
McALLISTER, 835— Back parlor; sunny; suit-
able for 1 or 2 gentlement; reference.
McALLISTER. 122Cr— 2 sunny furnished rooms
with or without board.
MINNA, 687, corner Eighth— Newly furnished
bay-Window room. $1 a week.
MISSION. 2015, near Sixteenth— l sunny front
room for 1 or 2 gentlemen, with or without
h ird ;
MONET on sealskins, silverware, silks and
wtches. Uncle Harris, 15 Grant aye.
NATOMA, ttt, near Fourth— 3 unfurnished
rooms with water and yard.
NEVADA House. IS2 Sixth— Select rooms, $1 50
$4 50 wk., $6 to $15 mo.; also housekeelng.
OAK, 22 Nicely furnished modern rooms. $«
ni". up; suit. 2; private fam., nice location.
O'FARKELL, 203, corner Powell— Nice suite;
also single rooms, by day or month.
O'FARRELL, 210 A —Sunny bay-window front
room, $12; other rooms. $S and $10.
POLK, 1133— Sunny rooms; also corner front
room furnished or partly furnished.
POST, 615— Handsome tunny suites and single
rooms; very reasonable.
POST, €22— Sunny 6Ulte or single rooms; first-
class in every respect.
POST. 910— Sunny room for gentleman; run-
ning water; closets: upper flat.
SUTTER. 715-717-719— Furnished and unfurnish-
ed: choice and sunny; reasonable: Investigate.
SEVENTH. 142 (Glrard House)— Sunny suites
and single rooms at lowest rates.
SHERMAN Apartment House. 2S Eighth St..
near Market: furnished and unfurnished.
SILVER STATE. 16-18 Mason— European; ele-
gant rms: suite, single: day, week, month;
baths: hot and cold-water: transient: elev'tr.
SIXTEENTH, 3239—2 connecting furnished
rooms with hot :Uid cold water; reasonable.
STEVENSON, 79, next corner Second— Tailors'
workrooms to let.
STOCKTON, 242— Nice sunny rooms, facing
plaza: suites, sir.c'.e; bnths; by day or mo.
THIRD, 21V- Large front room, well lighted,
suitable for office or workroom.
VAN NESS aye., 930— Beautiful sunny rooms,
newly furnished, in new flat; board if desired.
3 UNFURNISHED rooms to let. NW. corner
of Fourth and T"hama sts.
■—— —-— —~~
BOARDING AND ROOMS.
ELLIS, 577— Nicely furnished suite, suitable for
2 or S, with boar-; also single room.
FOLSOM. 511— Swedish private boarding, with
room. $4 to $5 per week: nice location.
FULTON. fr33 (The Mlzpah)— A quiet family
hotel: modern sunny rooms, single and en
suite; exceptional table; terms reasonable.
GALINDO HOTEL, OAKLAND—
Up to the times: large sunny suites from $12:
! single rooms from $6; board optional; handy
I to all trains.
HYDE. 925— Sunny suites; first-class board;
quiet: homelike. MRS. T. W. BROTH ERTON.
HYDE. 40S— Double and single rooms; tirst-
class board; Spanish: $38 a month up.
LELAND Hall. Palo Alto, box 115— Handsome
flat and single rooms, with or without board;
pleasant surroundings: terms reasonable.
MARKET, 1820 (Hotel Las Palmas)— Large
handsome suites; private bath and dining-
room connecting; board optional; also single.
SOUTH PARK. 159— Good table board. $3 per
week: with nice sunny front room. $4 week.
SITTER. 112S— Sunny suite: single rooms: first-
class board ; large grounds. Mrs. W. F. Evans.
VAN NESS aye., 808— Beautiful sunny rooms;
modern: newly furnished; with board.
REFINED home for child over 3 years; sunny
vanJ, $10 per mo. Box n?ri6. Call office.
AN elderly lady will take infants to board: a
mother's care: references. 234U Sixth at.
STORES TO LET.
BUTCHER shop to let; good locality. Apply
at 125 Beale st.
■ COR. store. 4 rooms. $14; stable If required. 3851
Twenty-fourth st; 22i1-st. cars pass.
SIXTH, 53S— Store. 3 rooms, large yard; rear
entrance; rent $11.
SMALL store to let; rent $15. 228 Ellis st.
ALL Ladies— C only Dr. and Mrs. M. Davies.
true friends of all invalids, men and women;
CO years' practice; safe and quick cure guar-
anteed; any disease or irregularity; dissrace
avoided; kind sympathy and aid; sure relief,
though else fall; delicacy, privacy, home,
etc.; babies adopted; travelers treated; no
delay; self-cure sent; call or write; free; con-
fidential. DR. AND MRS. M. DAVIES, 53
McAllister st. ; pills, $2.
A TREATMENT thai restores all cases of
monthly Irregularities (from whatever cause)
In a few hours; safe and sure at all times
when others have failed; no instruments used;
home in confinement; comfort and privacy;
cure $."; pills $1; every case guaranteed; con-
sultation free and confidential. MRS. DR
WVKTH. :•]- Poet st.. near Larkin.
A SURE, safe and speedy cure for all female
diseases; a home in confinement, with best
possible care; with privacy of home and con-
venience of a hospital: those sick or discour-
aged call on the doctor and state their case;
they will find In her a true friend. MRS
UK". GVYEIt, 22C Turk st.
DRS. GOODWIN. 401 Van Ness— Ladies, near
or far, consult free, only doctor who uses
Sehenck's method, the celebrated French phy-
sician: safe, sure, reliable cure for all Irreg-
ularities; any cause; restores strength and
vigor of organs; unexcelled; 15 years' prac-
tice; home; best skill; low fees; pills. $2.
LADIES, Chlchester's English Pennyroyal Pills
(Diamond Brand), best; safe, reliable; take
no other; send 4c stamps for particulars.
"Relief for Ladies," letter by return mall; at
druggists Chichester Chemical Co., Phila.
SURE cure, when others fail; no medicine or
Instruments; every woman her own physi-
cian for female troubles, no matter what
cause; restore In 1 day: never fails; consulta-
tion free; can be sent and used at home. Dlt.
•POPPER. 318 Kearny; orders by te'.egram.
A TREATMENT th_t restores Instantly all
cases of monthly Irregularities (from what-
ever cause); no Instruments used; cure at
office, $5; consultation free; hours 10 to 5.
DR. AND MRS. KOHL. 1118 Market st.
A BOON to wives and mothers— Seguro; price
$1 60. RICHARDS & CO., 406 Clay »t. : send
2c stamp for particulars to Seguro Manu-
facturing Co.. 531 X St., Sacramento, Cal.
ALPEAU'S French pills, a boon to ladles with
female troubles; no danger: safe cure; $2 jO;
express C. O. D. ; don't delaj until too late.
OSGOOD BROS., Coast Agents, Oakland. Cal.
DRR. ELY. late of Ohio. 71 Fourth st.— Ladies'
sire cure; any, all: cure at offlce, $5; pills, $1.
LADIES— Mrs. Dr. Puetz: infallible, safe rem-
edies; 38 years' experience. 254*4 Fourth st.
DR. HALL, N McAllister st. ; diseases of wo-
men and children.
HOME In confinement; diseases of women.
MRS. DR. FUNKE. 1416 Bth St.. Alameda.
JUST arrived— so horses, mules, burros. 721
Howard st. ; auction every Tuesday.
HORSES, harness, laundry, express wagons of
all kinds, buggies, carts bought, sold, ex-
changed at Emporium, 220 Valencia st.
40 HORSES for sale; also wagons, buggies,
carts, harness; Grand Arcade Horse Mar-
ket, 827 Sixth St., auction sales every Wed-
nesday. SULLIVAN „ DOYLE, Auctioneers.
CHEAPEST and best in America— The Weekly
Call. Sent to any address In the United
States or Canada one year for $1 50, postage
WAGONS AND CARRIAGES.
NEW 3-can milk wagon; 1 light delivery
wagon: light buggy. 1370 Turk st.
PINE laundry, baker's and milk wagons cheap
for cash or Installments; 1 fine top and opes
buggy; also 1 hack. 828 Harrison st.
ON AND after this day 1 will not be respon-
sible for any bills contracted by 'my. wife,
DELIA MCADOO. MATTHEW McApoo> V
J J =- **
ALL Keeking marriage send 10c and postage for
March "Wedding Bell"; 16 pages; no $5 re-
quired. Editor. 11l Ellis St.. San Francisco.
DR MAUDE INMAN. electric and medicated
vapor baths. 1055 Market, op. Jones, rs. 1 &2.
NO- VINO, Dr. Terhune's Infallible cure for
drunkenness; given secretly and at home;
absolutely harmless, inexpensive and guar-
anteed to cure: all druggists or write direct.
Terhune Remedy Co.. Dept. A, Grand Rapids,
Mich. '■■ .' ' . ■•■-■•■. •-■:
MASSAGE the head . for a few minutes before
retiring' have your. hair dressed here for 25c;
good switches, $1; best, finest quality, $3 50;
extra heavy, long, $5; open Sundays from. 9
to 12. G. LEDERER,_ 111 Stockton st.
USE Lederer's Quinonla as a dally wash for
the hair. G. LEDERER, 11 Stockton st. '.
MRS. JOHNSON, experienced masseuse; elec-
trical water treatment; office 10, 118 Grant
avenue. - _______^ . '. ",
STAMMERING and stuttering corrected. PROF.
J. WHITEHORN, 570 33d St.. Oakland. Cal.
ELECTRIC lights In every room; Winchester
House, 44 Third St.. nr. Market; 200 rooms,
25c to $1 60 pc? night; $1 50 to $6 per week;
free bus and baggage to and from the ferry.
BADGES, photo, and badge buttons, made la
San Francisco at Eastern prices. WALTER
N. BRUNT. 535 Clay St.. S. F.
PAINTING, papering, tinting, whitening at
lowest prices. F. EDWARDS. 1200 Webster.
CLOAKS and fine tailor-made suits to order
at wholesale figures. 20 Sansome st.
SUIT to order on easy installments. L.
LEMOS. 1117 Market St.. bet. 7th and Bth.
615 LARKIN ST.— Branch office of The CalL
Puh«J(Tir.ticns nrni "-ant ads taken.
BttSSgM / ■ KKRgI
MME. GOLDSTEIN— Elegant, ■■ stylish dresses.
$5 up: dresses made over. 6 Eddy st., rm. 86.
SAN FRANCISCO Ladles* French Tailoring
College. 916 Market St. •
MRS. DR. F. CLARK, the distinguished trance
clairvoyant and medium; while entranced she
will reVeal every hidden mystery in life; she
will show you how to overcome your enemies,
remove family troubles, restore lost affec-
tions; unites the separate, recovers lost,
Etolen or burled property; locates treasures,
minerals: tells your entire life, past, present
and future, while in a perfect trance. Hours
10 a. m. to 5 p. m.: perfect satisfaction guar-
anteed by mail. Send stamp for circular with
special terms. MRS. DR. F. CLARK, rooms
25 and 26, 1206 Market St.. opp. Sixth. ,
MME PORTER, wonderful clairvoyant card-
reader: born double veil and second sight:
diagnoses disease: full life reading; ladles 50c,
gents $1; palm, and clairv.; sit. $1 50. 126 Turk.
YOUR future told by cards; ladles. 10c; gents,
25c. 221 Sixth St.
GYPSY life reader gives correct answers to
all questions: L., 25c; G.. 60c; no sign. 3 7th.
MME. RAVENA reads life fluently; business
advice: names given; 2.> c up. 5 Fourth st.
MISS PEARL HARRISON, card reader and
magnetic healer. Room 2, 120"; Geary st.
MRS. DR. ANNA THOMAS— First in ncr pro-
fession; never fails: advice: help. 929 Post.
MME. MOREAU, best medium and card-
reader: 25c up; charms given. 73 Fourth st.
YMF LE NORMANDE, reliable clairvoyant.
card reader, magnetic treatment. 401 Leavnwth.
MME!. ■ YOUNG'S convincing test circle to-
nlpht. l A c. 605 McAllister. Fine music.
C. V. MILLER'S materializing trumpet seance,
8 p. m., 85c. 409 Leavenworth st.
MRS. FULTON-TULEY, materializing seance
to-night, 60c. 1618 Geary st. .
MRS. BLAIR and assistants. 963 Mission St.,
room IS; massage and alcohol baths.
MRS. J. J. WHITNEY, trance test medium.
232 Stockton St.: old No. 21R.
MRS. SHIUNER. clairvoyant for Vuslness and
spiritual sittings. 120 A Eddy St., room S.
MRS SHAFFER, test and business medium;
sittings daily. 12"".. Sixth Bt.. room 14.
MRS. ELLIS, medium. 233 Valencia; sittings,
$1; circles Tues.. 2; Sat, eve., 8 p. m.; 25c.
M. FRANCES, Independent slate-writing me-
dlum. 118 Halght st. .......
CAL. Institute, 406 Geary; hypnotism taught;
i diplomas issued: diseases and habits cured. •
; A FULL set of teeth, $5; see new flexible
plates; light and thin; warranted ten years;
teeth without plates, crown and bridge work
our specialty; fillings, 50c; crowns, $3 50; all
work painless and warranted. Chicago Den-
tal Parlors, 114 Sixth st. ; telephone Jessie 1132.
NEW YORK dentists— Painless extraction. 50c;
teeth per set, $5 to $10; gold fillings, $1 up;
silver, 50c up; artificial teeth repaired.. $1
■ up; our crown and bridge work is the best;
hours. 9 a. m. to 9 p. m.: Sundays. 9 to 1.
969 Mission, cor. Sixth: branch, 371 Hayes.
DR. LUDLUM HILL, 1443 Market st.. nr. 11th;
no charge for extracting when plates are
made; old plates made over like new; teeth
from $8 per set: er trading 50c: gas given.
DR. GEORGE W. LEEK, genuine Leek dent-
ist, discoverer of painless extraction and
patentee of Improved bridge work or teeth
without plate, moved from 6 to 20 O'Farrell.
VAN VROOM Electro-Dental Parlors; full set
of teeth, $5 up: fillings, 25c up; all work
painless and guaranteed to stand; open even-
Ings. 997. Market St.. corner Sixth.
OirlO Dental Parlors. 819 Market st., Acad-
emy of Sciences building, fifth floor; painless
dentistry. ■ ■ '
L. A. TEAGUE. A. CANE and F. TEAGUE,
removed to Call bldg.. 6th floor, rms. 603-607.
ALL work reasonable and warranted. DR. J.
W. KEY. 1320 Market st.
BET of teeth without a plate. DR. H. C.
YOUNG. 1841 Polk st.
• ftVONEY TO LOAN.
ANY amount at Shi per cent on real estate;
2d and 3d mortgages, estates, real estate la
probate, life Insurance, goods In warehouse,
furniture without removal; no delay. R. Mo-
COLGAX. 24 Montgomery St., room 3.
LOANS on furniture or pianos in S. F.. Oak-
land or 'Alameda, at lowest rates, without
removal; no commissions; no delays. J.
NOON AN. 1017 to 1023 Mission, above Sixth;
tel. South 14. '
' HIGHLY respectable and private place to ob-
tain liberal advances on diamonds and Jew-
elry at the IoT/est rates. Baldwin Jewelry
Store, 948 Market st: tel. Green 204.
ON furniture, pianos; city or Oakland; no re-
moval; low rates; no commission; $25 up:
private party. BONNKLLI. 130 Powell st.
QUICK on furniture, pianos; no removal: no
commls.; low Interest Rm. 68. 1170 Market.
REAL estate, furniture or pianos, any amount;
lowest rates. Becker & Co., 328 Montgomery.
ANY sum, Ist or 2d mortgages, estates In pro-
late, etc. Room 7, 508 California st.
j $50 TO $50,000: lowest rates; Ist and 2d mortg.;
! any proposition. Dryden. 413 Montgomery St.
CITY and country; any sum: Ist and 2d mort-
gages, estates, etc. MURPHY. 628 Market at.
ON pianos, .furniture: no removal; lowest
rates; no com.; private. 116 McAllister «t.
ELEVENTH, 106— Branch office of The Call.
Subscriptions and want ads taken.
$3000 PRIVATE loan wanted: reasonable rate
on income business property. Box 3263. Call.
WANTED— Improved property $2000: no
agents. ! K. X., box 6. Call office. Oakland. .
LOANS on real estate, bonds, etc.; lowest
rates. McAFKE PROS.. IPS Montgomery st.
B WISE and borrow from the Cut Rate Loan
Office, 22 . Mason st, bet. Market and Eddy.
SAVE Interest and borrow from the CUT RATH
• LOAN OFFICE. 22 Mason st.; private rooms.
121 Sixth St.. open evenings. - ■
AT low rates— Furniture, carpets, pianos,
household goods; clean, light compartments;
advances made. '■ J. NOON AN, 1017 to 1023
Mission St.. above Sixth; open evenings.
AT lowest rate's— Household goods, pianos; ad-
vances made: fireproof building. F. W.
ZEHFUSS. 840 Mission st. Tel. Mint MM.
~~ . TYFEWRIIERS. '
ALL typewriters sold and . rented; few partly
used . for sale cheap; ; send for • samples and
prices. ALEXANDER & CO.; 110 Montgomery
-..-. ... i PHYSICIANS. " : ',\i/,-'.'[ ,:. ;: \-
DR. C. ; C. ;O 1 DO- -NELL, office and residence,
■ 1206 , Market; ? diseases of women a specialty.
......... ..-. .■- <..:.,.- >■- ..;.■.-. ..:,.,.. .
CITY REAL -ESTATE.
$650 AND up . will build • 4-room cottages: will
- call ■ GEO. : M. SALSBURY, builder, 621 X
; St., Sunset District. ■■..' v ' ••
The best-situated spot In the city for
homes; right on a car line; corner Castro and |
Twentieth sts. ; only 4 out of 28 houses re- 1
maining unsold; 1 large 6-room house, $3600, '
highly decorated, street accepted; 1 8-room
cottage, $2800; 1 6-room cottage, $2400, and 1
4-room cottage, $2250. F. NELSON, owner
and builder. ■ ' . .
LADIES accommodated with money at home.
Ring up Uncle Harris. . 'Phone Brown 523.
ONLY $13 60 a month will buy a new 4-room
and bath cottage; good neighborhood; 5 • al-
ready sold. JACOB HEYMAN, 11 Montgom-
NEW 4-room cottage for sale; Bernal ; Heights;
price. $900. Address box 323?, Call office.
FOR Sale— 7-room house, barn and lot. In-
quire 510 San Jose aye.
— — — — — — — — — —^— — i^ ■
\ country real ESTATE.
real estate AGENTS,
638 Market St., San Francisco.
We make a specialty of handling choice villa
sites, country residences, mountain homes and
small farms, lying between San Francisco and
San Jose. . ' •:-..;.
Having secured a fine list of these properties,
at low prices, we can make special induce-
ments; climate ~ unsurpassed; no fog; quick
SWEENY RANCH. ,
Near Redwood' City, San Mateo County; in
tracts of 100 acres or less; rich soil; plenty of
water; this property Immediately adjoins Red-
wood City and Is only 1 hour's ride from San
Francisco; suitable for . small ■ home farms;
price below all former quotations and upon
unusually easy terms.
A BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY HOME.
Situated in the foothills west of Stanford
University, overlooking the Santa Clara Val-
ley and the bay; handsome furnished house of
12 rooms, bath. etc. ; fine spring water, fruit
trees, stable and outhouses; will rent for a
term of years; only 30 miles from San Fran-
cisco. . ■ .
Choice Income property In" Redwood
City; half block of land; good house and barn.
MOUNTAIN VIEW LANDS.
For Suburban Homes.
Especially adapted to . raising deciduous
fruits; subdivisions of 10 and 20 acres each In
the Newhall & Wise tract; low prices; very
easy terms; small cash payments, balance
monthly; 1% miles from Mountain View Sta-
tion. y<_.:;U : :
EASTON. ELDRIDGE & CO.,
638 Market st., 1 San Francisco, or Branch Office,
MONEY on sealskins, silverware, silks and
watches. Uncle Harris, 15 Grant aye. .
MEXICO— Lands in Tropical Mexico for rais- |
ing coffee, sugar, tobacco, rubber, vanilla, ,
etc. large and small tracts. For further in- j
formation apply to Mex. Com. Co., 76 Chroni- !
cle building, representing the Int. Land and i
Col. Co. of Mexico City. Mexico. ',
COUNTRY home to let in Santa Clara Co., bet.
Stanford University and Mountain View; 1
mile from Mayfield; house 7 rooms; 2 cottages
4 rooms; garden, orchard, etc; will rent low
for 1 or 3 years to suitable tenar.t. Apply C.
S. CAPP & CO., Real Est. Agts.. 630 Market.
TEH AM A County, SO acres partly fenced; good
water. Apply 403 Bryant.
WRITE for list; good land. $10 and $20 an acre.
M. GRIFFIN. Cottonwood, Shasta Co.. CaL
OFFICE— 9OB BROADWAY.
OAKLAND REAL ESTATE.
$75 LOT, worth $150, In the Alle- dale Settle-
ment, East Oakland; $.". cash, $5 monthly;
build your own home or we will build it for
you; payment as rent; all streets graded,
some macadamized; 3 electric-car lines and
fine school house near by; climate, soil and
view the very best; calf or send for circu-
lar, 455 Seventh st., cor. Broadway, Oakland;
carrige free. H. Z. JONES, Owner.
A SPECIAL bargain— new modern cot-
tage; 6 rooms and bath: furnished; in High-
land Park, East Oakland: lot 5uxl00: any
reasonable terms. BELDEN & COOK, 1112
MUST be sold— Corner lot. 100x150. with 5
houses, bringing In a rental of $85 per month;
only one block from narrow gauge depot:
will be sold In whole or part: offer wanted.
J. CAI-LAGHAN. 814 Broadway. Oakland.
HOU : PeT"tO~ L~ET~ I nToAKL ANd!
Corner cottage. 5 rooms $17
Lower sunny flat, 5 rooms 12
Upper modern flat, 6 rooms .14
2-story neat 6-room house..... 18
Choice sunny 8-room house 22
10-room residence, fine 60
These and many more, both . larger and
smaller. WM. M.DEWOLF. 1058 Broadway.
SUNNY rooms, en suite or single, furnished or
unfurnished; elegant private residence; every
convenience; large well kept grounds. 715 Bth.
OAKLAND HOrSKKKKPINO ROOMS.
BROADWAY. 1229—3 furnished or unfurnished
housekeeping rooms; first class: first-floor.
OAKLAND ROOMS AND HOARD
FIFTEENTH, 72G— Pleasant sunny front rooms,
with board; private; large yard.
SUNNY rooms; good home board: reasonable;
no children. 1020 Adeline. Oakland, nr. trr.i v
' OAKLAND FURNITURE FOR SALE.
FURNITURE and household goods very cheap
this week. SCHELLHAAS' old store, 408
Eleventh st..< Oakland.
MRS. PALMER, medium and magnetic healer,
cordially invites the public to call; business
readings. 875 Washington St., r. 3, Oakland.
ALAMEDA REAL ESTATE.
SPECIAL NOTICE, j
FIRST COME. FIRST SERVED.
JUST LIKE PAYING RENT.
$1200, $1700, $1800. j *°:00, $2600. $3000.
The above are . lovely cottages, which have
been thrown on'" market for non-payment
of Installments, and they ire now offered at a
great sacrifice to close 'accounts. They contain
4, 5, 6 and 7 rooms and are finished up to date;
alm^t new, and located near schools and sta-
tions. -" ' ' . , : ■
We are going to weed them out and Invite
Inspection. MARCUSE & REMMEL.
Bay-st. station, Alameda, and 628 Market st.,
San Francisco. Open Sundays and holidays.
$750— 50x270; modern cottage 5 rooms, ' near
$1200— Sacrifice; corner lot 35x140; good bouse of
6 rooms and . one of 4 rooms.
$1600 — Lot 50x150; fine cottage of 7 rooms and
bath: near Chestnut station. ■
$2850— 5150 cash; $25 per month; lot 40x150; only
2 blocks from station and nign school.
$3750— New house of 7 rooms and bath; lot
42x150; choice location; very easy terms.
I Houses to let In all parts of Alameda.
H. P. MOREAL & CO.. 1432 Park st. |
BERKELEY REAL STATIC.
$2700— FINE house of 8 rooms; lot 40 x 160:
street work all done; splendid view. JOSEPH
J. MASON, Real Estate, Berkeley station.
$1250— VERY big bargain; house of 6 rooms
and bath.' etc.: lot 40x130; improvements cost
$1200. . JOSEPH J. MASON, Real Estate.
Berkeley station. --
LARKSPUR REAL ESTATE.
BEAUTIFUL HOMES IN LARKSPUR.
j Villa lots ar>'J acreage; easy terms: 45 minutes
9 from the city: cottages for rent. AMERICAN
LAND TRUST CO.. 132 Market st. •
HEALD'S Business College, 24 Post. Book-
keeping, business practice, shorthand, typ-
ing, telegraphy, languages, " English branch-
es; electrical, civil and mining engineering:
■■■' surveying, assaying, etc. ; ; 20. teachers; 1100
graduates placed since 1892; catalogue. .
THE Lyceum, preparatory school for ' the uni- i
versity, law and medical colleges; accredited
with Stanford University, Cooper College, etc. ;
day and evening, sessions; ref., Pres. Jordan
or any Stanford professor. Phelan building.
AYRES' ■ Business £• College, -■ 723 Market v st. ;
Individual instruction : In shorthand, typing,
bookkeeping." telegrj(phy, • etc. ; • • life scholar-
ship. $50; low rates week and month.
BOOKKEEPING and % rapid calculations; a
course in Tarr's counting-room makes you
thorough. ■ Room 672,'; 855 Market st. v :
VIOLIN, mandolin, cornet, ■ • piano and ' other
instruments taught by lady teachers. 3941
. Twenty-fourth st. ■ '•■";,* .:.''_.. .. '7
ENGINEERING School -.civil, electrical, mm'-
' Ing. mech. survey, asßay, archlt.; day & eve.;
est. 1864. •■-: VAN PER : NAILEN. 933 Market.
WEBSTER.. 2107% — Piano . teacher; studied In
- Paris; terms reasonable ; : . best references. •
VOICE culture, ptano.' Paris graduate; French,
.Spanish; new classes; $2 mo. 109 Taylor st.
387 ; HAVES Branch ; office ' of -' The Call.
v Subscriptions and ads taken. ; ; »V; •£■„■;. '-'- :\": \ " ,
"■■ ' ■■'■;-■ -'■■;- •■'. A '• ''l"'*:'':- . -
LOST— Sunday . afternoon, gentleman's wed-
ding ring; engraved inside. M. M, to F. L.
H.. March 2S, 1S»4; reward. 36 California st.
LOST — Great • Dane, male; blue color; ears
cropped; no dew claws; liberal reward. MRS.
ALFRED RONCOVIERI, 722 California st.
PLAIN gold ring with diamond set; reward.
2876 Sixteenth st. .-....-.-
SATURDAY afternoon, vicinity of Masonic
Cemetery, an alligator purse. Please return
to G. LEIPNITZ CO., 250 Sutter st.; reward.
LOST— An envelope containing $4 50. Please re-
turn to 24 Sixth St., room 39.
LOST— Red leather pocketbook containing U.
S. Government certificate dated June, ISB4,
and other papers; no value. Leave at saloon
corner Fourth and Townsend sts. and receive
reward. ■ . ' .
LOST— A small light-brown cocker spaniel; $20
reward. Return to 424 Post st.
LOST— pass-book with the Hlbernla Savings
and Loan . Society of San Francisco, in the
name of CHARLES B. LEARNED. No.
191,234. The finder will please return to bank.
BANK book, San Francisco Savings Union,
CHAS. B. LEARNED; also . small black
pocketbook, containing . promissory note
drawn Nov. 20, 1593, in favor, same party.
CASH given for old gold and silver Jewelry at
UNCLE HARRIS' 15 Grant aye.
. PKOPEKTV 1O fc-YCUANGL-:.
TWO stores and 6-room flat; In city $5000
House and lot in Napa City for house and
lot in city or Oakland 3000
Store and 2 flats; rented for $61 8000
H. C. DECKER, 1020 Market, opp. Fifth, S.F.
37 rooms; business corner in city; 4 lots.
Owner, 472 Eighth St., room 8, Oakland.
NEW house and lot to exchange for lots. Call
329 Thirteenth st.
HOUSE or cottage. 6 or 7 rooms: installment:
state price and terms. Box 3129. Call office.
PROPOSALS— Office of the Registrar of Voters, j
Sealed bids will be received by the Board of
Election Commissioners in open session on
Saturday, April 16, IS9S, at 10 o'clock a. m., as
First— For repairing and setting up election |
houses in such special election precincts as j
may be designated by the Registrar. of Voters, j
and repairing and setting up within the same ;
the compartments, stands and tables, and for |
taking down all the election houses erected and
storing them, together with compartments,
stands and tables, in the city's warehouse, near
Fourth and Hooper streets.
Second — For furnishing . polling places with
chairs, lamps and oil.
Third— printing and furnishing twenty- i
five thousand (20,000) maps, lithographed, for
tbe eighteen assembly districts.
All work to be done in conformity to the
specifications, and subject to the conditions
imposed by section No. 3245 of the Political
Code. ■ . . .
Plans and specifications and penalties to be
Imposed for any violation of the same are now
on file' at the office of the Registrar of Voters.
W. J. BIGGY.
Registrar of Voters, City and County of San
PROPOSALS for fresh beef and mutton— Office
Chief Commissary, San Francisco, Cal., April
Sealed proposals. In triplicate, will be re-
ceived here and at offices of Commissaries at
Alcatraz Island, Angel Island, Benicia Bar-
racks, Fort Mason, Presidio of San Francisco
and San Diego Barracks, Cal., until 11 o'clock
a. m.. May 12, IS9S, and then opened, for fur-
nishing the fresh beef and fresh mutton in bulk
required at those posts by the Subsistence De-
partment. United States Army, during period
commencing July 1, and ending December 31,
1895. : Fresh beef shall be good in quality and
condition fit for, immediate use, and from fore
and hind-quarter meats proportionally, includ-
ing all the best cuts thereof. Fresh mutton
shall be of good, fat and marketable quality,
from wethers over one and under three years
old. . . Beef and mutton to be . dressed and
trimmed and delivered as prescribed in circular
of instructions. Proposals will be also received
stating price at which bidder will deliver fresh
beef or mutton of character above stated, and
to be delivered of temperature not greater than
50 degrees Fahrenheit. Government reserves
right to reject in whole or in part any or all
bids. Instructions furnished on ' application to
Post Commissaries or CHARLES P. EAGAN,
Colonel, Chief Commissary. .
PLANS and specifications invited for an hos-
pital building— Clerk's office, Board of Super-
visors, San Francisco, March 12, IS9S.
In accordance with Resolution ' No. 797
(Fourth Series) of the Board of Supervisors,
public notice is hereby given to architects
that competitive plans and specifications for
the erection of an hospital building will be
received in open session of the Board of Su-
pervisors on MONDAY AFTERNOON Sep-
tember 12, 1898, between the hours of 2:30
and 3 o'clock. - •
' The proposed building to be of modern de-
sign and to be constructed of stone or brick
or of both, with all the latest scientific lm-
p'rovements 'required as to construction and
sanitation, equal to, if not superior, to any
building designed or contracted for hospital
purposes, as are indorsed by medical author-
ity as being indispensable In the construction
of such a building.
The said hospital building to be erected on
the lot of land selected and approved by the
Board of Health described as follows:
Commencing at the most southeasterly cor-
ner of a tract of land known as and desig-
nated on the official map of the city and
county of San Francisco as the "Almshouse
Tract," and running thence due north along
the easterly boundary line of said Almshouse
Tract seven hundred and sixty-five (765) feet-
thence due west five hundred and fifty (550)
feet; thence due south seven , hundred and
sixty-five (7C5) feet to the southerly line of
the said Almshouse Tract; thence due east
•along the said southerly line of the Aims-
house Tract five hundred and fifty (550) feet
to the point of commencement; containing
9.659 acres. ■ '•'*-'
The said plans and specifications to be so
prepared that the cost of the building shall
not exceed in the aggregate the sum of three
hundred thousand ($300,000) dollars, which
sum must cover the entire expense for the
erection and completion of the proposed
NOTlCE— Architects will prepare and sub-
mit with their I plans and ■ specifications for
said hospital building an itemized estimate
of the cost of said building, the statute re-
quiring eight (8) hours to constitute a day's
work with a minimum rate of wages of two
($2) dollars per day, for persons employed on
said building, with the distinct understanding
that no plans or specifications will be enter-
tained or considered of buildings the aggre-
gate cost of which are estimated to exceed
the sum of three hundred thousand ($300,000)
dollars. Also that the architect whose plans
and specifications of the building are adopted
will be appointed architect and superintend-
ent of the building at a compensation of five
(5) per cent of the total cost, and will be re-
quired to give a good and satisfactory bond
or bonds, as the case may be, to Insure the
' completion and construction of the said
building for the amount of the estimate of
the cost as made by the said architect. The
architects submitting plans and specifications
determined by the board to be second, third
and fourth in merit will receive premiums of
$1000, $730 and $500 respectively, with the un-
derstanding that any features of said plans
and specifications which may be considered
j useful or necessary he. embodied In the plans
adopted may be used without further cost or
_ JNO. A. RUSSELL. Cleric
. MARRIAGE LICENSES.
The following marriag* licenses were granted
yesterday: ■ . . ■ ■
G. Ratto and Antonieta Piombo, 34-18.
John Worrall and Ann E. Kane, 60-4 S. , ' : '•'; -i:
G. W. Mitchell Jr. and Edith Burkhardt, 32-28
R. C. Monteagle and Marie H. E. Berg, 38-24.
F. M. Clark and Bernice G. Crutchfleld. 31-20.
Jolfh Warfman and Kate Carroll, 33-36.
Emil J. Hargens and Emllle Cohn, 23-22.
Birth, marriage and death notices sent by
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handel In at either of the publication offices
and be indorsed with the name and residence
of persons authorized to have the same pub-
GOSLAND— In this city. April. 11, 1898, to the
wife of Thomas Gosland, a son. .
GOTTUNG— In • this city, April 7, 1898, to the
wife of Charles J. Gottung, a son.
LUEHNING— In Suisun, Cal., April 3, 1898, to
the wife of E. Luehning, a daughter.' \
McDONALD— In this city, April 7, 1898. to the
wife of Frank C. McDonald, a daughter.
MOULTON— In \ Elliott. April 7, 1898. to the
wife of Ed Moulton, a son and a daughter.
PAGE— In this city, to the wife of Ernest Hut-
: ley Pase, a son.
PHILLIPS— In Napa, April 7, 1898. to the wife
;of James Phillips, a son. •.• -,
SNEAD— In Dixon, Cal., April 3, 1898, to the
wife of Steve Snead, a son.
BE ARDSLEY— NELSON— Netr Lodl, April 6,
IS9B, •by the Rev. L. Fellers, Delos Beardsley
■and L. Coral Nelson, v ■ ••
CARBON— In San Jose, April 6, 1898.
by the. Rev. J. B. Andrews, Charles C. Derby
and Mary Grace Carson.
RICHEY— In Santa Cruz, April 9, 1898,
by Justice Gardner, ' H. . Richey . and Myrtle
James. : .
-• ; : .- £ ■ DIED. :.. -— —
Conwell,; Bridget Miller. Dlna ' ,
Deveaux, Sophia ' Monohan, Thomas J.
Duebel, William Murphy. Mrs. Mary <
. Fatjo, ■ Joaquln J. Newport, Benjamin
Fautsch, Francis E. Nolan, Cecelia B.
Halpln, George C. Page, Mary S.
: Hernandez. Mrs. R. - • Picinich. Martin
Hlgglns, Charles M. ... Qulnn, Patrick .
Jacoby, Edward S. -.. " . : Riordan. , Cornelius
," Jenkins. ■ Muriel L. > Roberts, Ferdinand- D
• Lambert. Sarah - '.Rogers, Annie-
Leary, Daniel Smith, : Rev. Patrick
. Lloyd, Milton H. • Tllden, Hannah C.
Luhr, August > '; Tyack, Annie E.
■ -. McNaily. Michael - Vecker, Warren
Meier, Annie I. ," Wade, William H.
COLVENBACK-In this city, April 11, 1898, Au- ]
gust, infant son of Henry And Amn.Ha Col-
venback, a native of Ban Francisco, aged 3
months and 22 days.
CONWELL— In this city, April 10, 1898, Brid-
get, beloved wife of the late Thomas Con-
well. and mother of James, Lizzie, Thomas,
Charles, Annie and Maud Conwell, a native
of County Donegal, Ireland, aged 64 years.
(C^The funeral will take place this day
(Tuesday), at 1:30 o'clock, from her late resi-
dence, 139 Center street, off Brannan, be-
tween Second and Third, thence to St. Rose's
Church, where services will be held. Inter-
ment Mount Calvary Cemetery. Please omit
DEVEAUX— In this city, April 10. IX9B, Sophia
Deveaux, a native of Canada, aged 97 years.
DUEBEL— In this city. April 11, 1898, Wil-
liam, dearly beloved son of Charles A. and
Frieda Duebel, and brother of Charles Duebel
Jr., a native of San Francisco, aged 20 years
10 months and 11 days.
(C?" The. funeral will take place to-morrow
(Wednesday), at 10 o'clock, from the resi-
dence of his parents. 271S* Union street, be-
tween Broderick and Baker. Interment pri-
vate, I. O. O. F. Cemetery-
FATJO— In Volta. Merced County, April 3, IS9B,
Joaquin J. Fatjo.
ETBuried in Santa Clara April 5. IS9S. A
solemn requiem maps will be offered up for
the repose of his soul at 10 o'clock this day
(Tuesday), at the Church of Nuestra Senora
de Guadalupe. Friends are kindly invited to
FAUTSCH— In the City and County Hospital,
April 11. IS9S. Francis Eugene Fautsch, a na-
tive cf France, aged 67 years.
HALPIN— In this city. April 11. IR9S, George
C, beloved son of John A. and Mary Halpln,
a native of San Francisco, aged 4 years.
[TT'Tlie funeral will take place to-morrow
(Wednesday), at 10 o'clock, from the resi-
dence of the parents, 567 Harrison street. In-
HERNANDEZ— In San Jose. April R. 189S, Mrs.
Rose Hernandez, a native of California, aged
HIGGINS— In this city, April 10. 1898, Charles
M., beloved son of Maurice and the late
Mary Higgins, and brother of Maurice Hig-
gins, a native of S.n Francisco, aged 21
CVFriends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Wednesday), at 8:30 o'clock, from his lat«
residence, 1206 Folsom street, thence to St.
Joseph's Church, where a solemn requiem
mass will be celebrated for the repose of hij
soul, commencing at 9 o'clock. Interment
Holy Cross Cemetery.
JACOBY— In this city, April 10. 189 S. Edward
S.. Bon of Henry Jacoby, and brother of Mrs.
Emil Pohll, a native of Germany, aged 31
(TT'Friends and acquaintances are invited to
attend the funeral at the c anel of crema-
tory of Odd Fellows' Cemetery this day
(Tuesday), at 3 o'clock.
JENKINS— In this city, April 10, 1598, Muriel
Lillian, beloved infant daughter of J. and
E. M. Jenkins, and granddaughter of Mrs.
M. S. and the late E. R. Lane, a native ol
San Francisco, aged 1 year and 5 months.
LAMBERT— In Cloverdale, April 9. IS9R, Sarah,
beloved wife of William Lambert, and mother
of Mrs. C. G. Hightower and George, Thorr.aa
A. and the late William L. Lambert, a na-
tive of Glasgow, Scotland, aged 74 years 1
months and 19 days.
LEARY— In this city, April 10, 1898, Daniel,
beloved husband of the late Ellen Leary, a
native of Dunmanway, County Cork,. Ireland,
aged 79 years.
(TTFriends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Wednesday), at 9:30 o'clock, from the par-
lors of the United Undertakers, 27 and 23
Fifth street, thence to St. Mary's Cathedral,
where a requiem high mass will be celebratej
for the repose of his soul, at 10 o'clock. In-
terment Holy Crews Cemetery.
LLOYD— In this city, April 10, IR9B, Milton H..
beloved husband of Sallle H. Lloyd, and
father of Edith I. and Milton E. Lloyd, a
native of Bath, Me. (Brooklyn, N. V., and
Bath, Me., papers please copy).
O"Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral this day
(Tuesday), at 2 :4", o'clock, from the parlors
of James McMenomy & Son, 1057 Mission
street, near Seventh. Interment Holy Cross
Cemetery, by 3:30 o - clock train from Third
and Townsend streets.
CALIFORNIA HARBOR NO. 15— To officers
and members of California Harbor No. 15:
You are hereby requested to attend the fu-
neral of our deceased brother. Milton A.
I.loyd, this dny i Tuesday), at 2:45 o'clock,
from the parlors of James McMenomy & Son,
10, - i7 Mission street, near Seventh.
LUHR— In this city, April 11. 1898, August,
dearly beloved son of Marie Luhr. and
brother of William Luhr, iirs. J. Schloen,
Mrs. C. H. Linn, Mrs. C. Stollinr and Mrs.
C. Sehroeder. a native of Scharembeck. Ger-
many, aged 2S years 7 months and 14 days.
McNALLY— In this city. April 11, IS9R, Michael,
beloved husband of Kate McNally, father of
Willie, Michael Joseph, Mary Agnes. Cather-
ine Tr-resa and John Edward HcNally, and
brother of William and James McNally, a na-
tive of the parish of Kilicommon, County
Mayo, Ireland, aged 3* years.
C^"Notice of funeral hereafter.
MEIER— In this cit • April 9. 1898. Annie 1.,
beloved wife of Charles Meier, a native of
Inverness. Scotland, aged 32 years 11 mon;ns
and 23 days. (Los Angeles papers please
U.?" Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the iuneral to-morrow
(Wednesday), at 11 o'clock, from her
late residence, 5U5 Mason street.
MILLER— In this city. April 11. IR9S. Dma,
beloved wife of B. Miller, mother of Mrs.
H. Lichtenstein, Sol Aaron and Lottie Miller,
and sister of Mrs. M. Levy, a native of
Bavaria, (|frmany, aged 6S years.
[ETNotice of funeral hereafter.
MOXOHAN- In the City and County Hospital,
April 11. 1888, Thomas Josepb Monohan, a na-
tive of New York, aged 43 years.
Mt'RPHY'— ln Napa City. Cal.. April 9. isns,
Mrs. Mary Murphy, relict of the late Mala-
chi Murphy, and dearly beloved' mother of
J. F. Murphy and Mrs. Agnes Kearney, a
native of Clonmel, Ireland, aged 60 years.
(CTFriends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral this day
(Tuesday), at 10 o'clock, /rum St. Patrick's
Church, Mission street, between Third and
Fourth. Interment private.
NEWPORT— Near Vataville, April 6, 1898, Ben-
jamin Franklin Newport, a native of Vir-
ginia, aged 61 years.
NOLAN— In this city. April 9, 1898, Cecelia 8.,
beloved daughter of Patrick and Ellen Nolan,
and sister of Mrs. Hugh McCafferty, Mrs.
M. E. Tillman, Mrs. C. A. Clinton, Mrs. M.
Arzburgur. Miss P. M. Nolan and Edward
J. and William F. Nolan, a native of San
ICTFriends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral this day
(Tuesday), at 9 o'clock, from the residence
of her 'brother-in-law. Walter S. Tillman,
2939 Folsom street, thence to St. Charlea
Church. Eighteenth and Shotwell streeta,
where a solemn requiem ...ass will be cele-
brated for the repose of her soul, corrnuenc-
ing at 9:30 o'clock. Kindly omit flowers.
Interment Mount Calvary Cemetery.
PAGE— In this city, April 10, 189S, Mary Swarm
Page, sister of the late Robert C. Page, a
native of London County, Virginia.
PICINICH— In this city. April 11. IS9B at St.
Mary's Hospital, Martin Picinich, a native
of Palmatia. Austria, aged 42 years. A mem-
ber of Court Acme No. 51, F. of A.
$y Remains at the parlors of J. C. O'Con-
nor & Co., 767 Mission street.
QVINN— In this city, April 11. 1898, Patrick,
beloved husband of Catherine Quinn, and
father of Man. Emma, Thomas and the late
Margaret and Peter Quinn. a native of
County Longford, Ireland, aged 70 years.
RIORDAN— In this city, April P, ISM*. Corne-
lius, beloved husband of Mary A. Riordan,
and father of Dan P., Con J., Lalla. Mollie
and Kittle F. Riordan, n native of Macroom.
County Cork. Ireland, aged 6f' years.
ICTThe funeral Will take place this day
(Tuesday), at 2 o'clock, from his late resi-
dence. 71T.A McAllister street. Interment pri-
vate, Mount Calvary Cemetery.
ROBERTS— In the City and County Hospital.
April 11. IS9B, Ferdinand Deaoto Roberts, a
native of Indiana, aged 47 years.
ROGERS— In this city, Ajiril 11. IS9S. Annie,
beloved daughter of Michael and the late
Catherine Rogers, and sister of Mrs. O.
Heffernan, a native of San Francisco, aged
SMITH— In Modesto, Cal., April 10, 1898, Rev.
Patrick Smith, a native of County Cavan,
Ireland, aged 55 years.
(ETFriends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral this day
(Tuesday), from Pt. Mary's Cathedral. O'Far-
rel street and Van Ness avenue, where a
solemn requiem hieh mass will be celebrated
for the repote of his soul, commencing at 10
o'clock. Interment Mount Calvary Cemetery-
TILDEN— In this city, April 1", 1898. Hannah
C., wife of Charles L. Tilden, a native of
Massachusetts, aged 7". years.
[TTFriencls are respectfully invited to at-
tend the funeral services to-morrow (Wednes-
day), at 2 o'clock, at her late residence, 1113
Golden Gate avenue. Interment Hingham,
Mass. Please omit flowers.
TTACK— In Fruitvale. April 10, IS9S, Annie E.,
beloved daughter of Mrs. Tyack. sister of
Mrs. Alpha Westfall and Arthur and Wil-
burn Son, and mother of I>ulcle Adelaide, a
native of California, aged 25 years 5 months
and 7 days.
C7"Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral this day
(Tuesday), at 1 o'clock, from the residence
of the mother of the deceased, rtassett street,
near Fourteenth. Fruitvale. Interment Moun-
tain View Cemetery-
VECKER— At Union Hotel, April 11. 189S, War-
ren Vecker, a native of California.
WAPE— In this city. April 11. iSns. William H.
Wa.de of Sonoma, beloved husband of the late
Ellen C. Wade, a native ot Boston, Mass.,
aged -"2 yeors.
(CTFrlemls and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Wednesday), at 1 o'clock, from the resi-
dence of his brother-in-law, Walter T. Rob-
inson. 2">34 Howard street. Interment Laurel
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