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•: 1../- ■.■•; BUSINESS CHANCKS.
J^4sO B , UANl -'H BAKE It Y^ NOTION^
av^a« il" riYn aUd a atl receVs
KL,n»f" y; rent "asonable: one of th*
r£mh t . tsterD Ad(Jit^ a - less & co., 5
aT* ';]*)?* delicacy and i>oi;k stoke-
f ufthP *t P r(J ,' U: °"" boldest places of this
SlOOO~~? rOTE^ TV "VELY COUNTRY
« awi.VnH* v ltnvn: 30 room s: well furnished: old-
housi i?» d , hous ?= '««' only ?50 per month;
PAvfnV, ' S " ai?d Wllh g°<W«.MMMJy and well-
racing transient custom. L^SS & CO.. 5 Fourth
% 125 ' " ! ' hK SALOON. WllU LIVINi,-
l^htrt^ ,'. rooms: BOutl| o* Market st.: old estate-
'™"' dlllll 8 " jvotitabe business; well v.orth
t^^^ 0 ::'' B s - hecouatry - *™ iy |
S7f)o CWAR^TOKK-ONLY TWO UnORS
me- cl^l ' Ir ° m Markel s '- n^r ihe Phelan build-
cJ " "l"< »ttAched; cheap rent: po,lilv«ly
HsUfJ ValU ° ln bi « hc: ddolt-n t-' a business that i
& -wfiesan lnvo,tment ° f over if 1000. -U. Ll:;bS '
CO.. o i ourth st.
5?1S'"S() LI VERY AND BOARDING >TA-
, o-yt'V'. D ;e; one of thu i*si. parrs, of lue city;
Crst-elass liorsei and buggies, hacks. rOL-ki.ways,
e>c: es ab.ished 'Hi years; lirs;-ciass trade; bears
inveaiigatlon; cheap rent; lonsc lease: owner S3ii- i
ingon account of other business lv lh« country.
M. LES~s, 5 Fourth st. |
Qll^H BRANCH BAKERY, GROCKRIKS,
V *<J\i. notions; north of Market st.; rent
cteap; must be sod atoace; party goiiig i.as..
-M. LESS, 5 Fourth sc
Ci97^ BRANCH BAKKBY, CIGARS, AND
• . —•«.'. laundry o;'.ice: good location: furniture
01 living-rooms included; lent only $14; owner
Coins Kast. M. I ESS, 5 fourth St.
Q^flf) BAKERY AND COFFEE SALOON-
• i*J\J\J. doing fi st- class business: 5 ye*rs'
lea^e: ie:it $10; choicest location. WILKE. 783
Market sl

< '••",( I Rarest chanck—
«J)»>OU.—— SALOON WORTH *1000
»o!dby xvh'lesale iq'ior-hous?; choicest down- i
town 10.-ation. WILKK, 33 Market st.
p A .' ! TN X U \V ANTKD in COALY a RD; i
•, J. es ablislied years; cose to Baldwin Hotel-
ftrst-cl^ss bn-inesa offer. WILKE. 788 -Market
1m 10 0 '■' l)!) PAYING SALOON WITH
\ td IXV/U, new buUdlng on lon?-le»aed ground;
rent*2o; surrounded by sawmills and iactc-r
firit-class ehaocei no opi>o»i.ion. Particulars
\-. lLlvh.. 7&3 Mars;et st.
RV^rtd SALOON; Kl -- «50: LEASE; '
KD~U\>\J. average daily receipts. 30: cuaran- I
iced: bebt c.ass custom: contractors and mer-
chants. Particulars, WILKK. 7b3 Market st.
pORNER GRO ■ BY AND BAB: CHOICEST
V .oca:l>n: transfer point In Mission; doing a
Erst-class cash business: large stock of croc ries,
wines and liquors: i-lckness in farailv compels I
owner to sacrifice; lease. Particulars, \VIi_KE,
Vb3 Market st. <
Q ! "iO<l HKSTAURANT AND O~YSTER-
l t»VU. house, with bar; test location on
Market st. ; e!e-.-ani fixtures: steady, lar^e rctron-
age; a rare business oppirmnitv : owner has to go
ta^t. Apply .v ILKK, 78 i -Market st.
QQOO CIGAILBTOKE IN FINE LOCa-
._ '>\'\J. tion. near The Call bviidln--, with steady |
run of cash customers: cheap rent, bear lnvosii-
C at:oa. WILKE, 783 Market st.
<!MOO - PAYING* BAK. IN LIVE-
*- <jy\J. y town 20 miles from Sa i Francisco,
en railroad ttation; located in center of several
erualler towns; rare chance for au cctive man.
Apply WILKE, 783 Market st.
PARTNER WANTED IN KSTABLI.SUED '■
-1 wine and liquor -.tore; flrst-olass bar trade and
. best etas* of family custom; price 51200; owner
preiers honest, active partner to hirei he;p
WILKK. 783 Market s:.
QQQfin ELEGANTLY FITTED UP COR-
«i, *J(J\->\J. uer grocery and bar; rec«-i|i s 550 a
day; kept by owner 26yri. HKALY, 917 Market.
Q^OA GROCERY AND BAR; VICINITY j
v •J\J\'. of Mission and Seventh: » rooms and
• cardroom; clearing 5100 mo HEALY. 17 Market
QC>Xn COUNTRY HOTEL: BAK; 40 RMS.;
'. L "v- elearslsOmo DEi K?:r,1020 Market. j
Q1 ?>n RESTAURANT ON FIFTH; PAY- I
•_ lt)U. ing business. DECKER, 1080 Market.
Ql^fJ BALOO.N: COST $1100: BKSI LOCA- !
O^±«JU. tlon. H. C. DJECKEK, 10J0 iiarke:su I
REAT SACRIFICE - BRANCH HAKEKY;
Vjr coflee par or*, candy store; best location: good
business; low rent. BASJLI ,873^1 Market sl j
Qf-'HO - MEAT MARKKT; GRKAT IiAR- [
O''v/'-'« gain; nr. Market: central; r^ceip s $40
a day, cash; low rent. BARRETT. 873%% Market, j
Branch bakery, candy, notions '
siore: receipts 10 to $.5 day: north of Mar- :
ket, central; low renu BAbILK. H~S--> Market su j
/ ' US STRAND, 1118 MAI'.KET ST., WILL
> » sol your business quick for cash.
ALL BARGAINS THIS WEEK. ■
JA. ■—Corner oon; clear< if 7s a month.
•^-75 — Corner saloon, Third si: worth doub.e.
*95 — Branch bakery, 3 rooms: cher.p r>-nt.
180 —G rocery and oar; cheap at $1500.
5375— Branch bakery and notion-store; bargain. |
c ity property in exchange for any business.
100 :odcipg-n ouses from 8100 tofsooJ
53500 — Hardware aDd tinware store; fall value, '
bee (US STRaND, 1118 Market st.
Qt;;rn PARTNER wanted in office i
•_ — »_M'. and mission business: will clear
$75 per mouth to each. STRAND. 1118 Market,
r()(\ SALOON: FINELY FITTED; WKLL
• ' \J\J. s:ociced: located near ferres: doing a j
good business: easily run: years in same
bands: pi sttlvely a bargain; must be
sold before, the Ist: every Investigation
allowed: owner will exchange for real es-
tate; no agents. Por particulars see LOUIS
TAUBBIG A CO.. 2»J Main St.
_
ym.vG widow (PARISIAN) DESIRKS A
1 gentleman partner. Rooms 10 and 11, 122 :
Post st.
CIANDY, STATIONERY, NOTION STORE: |
- near 2 schools; reasonable. Address C S., box !
106, Call office.
C-i-Z. RENT— RERTAUKa.NT; ELEGANTLY I
0- O furnished; 108 Mason st. Apply b.7
Ittission.
MALL CORNER SALOON FINELY FITTED
SMALL CORNER SAI.OON FINELY FITTED
up: cntap: make offer. Apply this oflice.
IJI.UMBING SHOP, TOOLS, ETC. INQUIRE
at 1102 Clay si.
rPHK I.ORISTON DtN ING-ROOM. 621 HUSH j
1 si-, will be rented for board of family.
VERY BKST Xi • hl'LTf* OBTAINED BY
» placing your lodging-nouses, saloons, candy-
cores, etc.. with Street & Creuswell, 721 Howard. ;
■VTOt'NO EASTERN WIDOW DESIRKS A
A gentleman partner. 223 Post st, room 2.
yOU.NU WIDOW (bTKANOKB) DESIRES A
X gentleman partner. Room 1. 223 Pos. s-
VOUNU GIRL Ur' 21 (Vr(IANGEH) WANTS
.1 gectleman partner. K. 8, 9 Powe.l s:. ic! floor. I
IF YOU WANT HIGHEST CASH PRICKS j
lor furniture, grocer ea, saloons and restau- |
rants see J. C. >J L 11! hi:, auctioneer. 632 Market, ■
GKOCEAY AND P. Alt; NKAT STOKE; GOOD
vT liii-inesi: four living-rooms. Apply NW. cor- !
ncr Tayior aud Greenwich vs.
r.rir' CORN KB GROCKRY AND BAR AND
t£Zi I O. living-rooms: good location; selling on
•(count of sickness. Appiy Call office.
QQ'n GnOCERY AND BAH IF SOLD THIS
tpOOU. week. Post and Baker sts. \'.: '
OALOON rOK KALE; BARGAIN; GUOD LO-
O cation; must be sol 805 Howard at.
BARGAIN— CANDY AND .NOTION STORE, i
brat-en bakery; full stock; fine chance lor a ;
woman; receipts *10 a day : selling on account of
other Luslutss. 709 Branuau st., near S.jcth.
T>OR SALE-GOOD, STRONG L U -N CH AND
■ X saadwi'h wa«on: must be sold; owner leaving ;
city. Apply nljftitlinie, Fifih and Market sts. j
>"OK bALK- DRAYING Bt 8INKb8: DOCBLK
X team, with su-ady work for house. Apply room ;
37, sixth Moor, Mil a building. j
T/OR .-ALK-CORNER SALOON WITH ROOM !
• X ani ktiohen: transfer corner: doing* good busi- j
ness. Apply boo blxth «t. ;
■trKBV OHKAi'; LONG - ESTABLISHED
V shoestort- : fine bosioeas; good location. In-
quire fill otlicf. j
LD-K>TABLIBHED COAL, WOOD, HAY I
and grain: boaid nc-ataU*; owner retiring: ]
here 11 years; seiicKeup- 16-'3 Market st.
BHAN( ii IJAKKKY, GaOCERY ANI" NO- |
Xj tier: F.tor;-; sunny rooms u;ntn!rs: rent only !
*14: no ageu * b\V. <;ur. seventh and Bryant.
Ji;/.<l ox "installment PLAN: chop i
'7 s — \J\.'. and coffee house oa principal Btrset.
Apply tail office.
11.YE saloon- and lunchiiovsk. vkry
r cheap: rent palri till July I; «or.d ch*nce for
nll and wile. I all between Hand l o' lock at
106 SU-uart st.
T.»N,\Mi-.LKI> LKTTEUa MAKK THE BEST
XJ sisu in the woiid ; sky«- j-onr m 0... by going
to Hi-; f.irtor. : tliere is only one on uii> c.asu
< UAK.ii.'t", -109 Sai.clr
l."Olt RE NT — FAMILY RESTAURANT: |
J 1 lar?e tiining-room; French ranee; 2 suites of
rooms: bail), etc. A; ply W. B. CLUFf, 1? sixtli.
DOWNTOWN >i,' ' l-.,iY AND I'.AK; GOOD
loc.ti«n. prim reasonable. Apply Call Oflice. ;
1 JAP U ROUtK t'R SaLK. P. O. oX 8,
1 St rth Teru escal, C*l.
OXKY LOANED ON DI.OXON I>M, WATCH-
esjewe ry,S'als,in». Uu<le Uarris.lS Grautav.
MISSION - SUUsCUIPTUONi AHO
tidJ.K) want ads taken fur TUiS CALL.
BUSINESS CHANCKS-Contlnuefl.
C;i)Af|A FIP.ST-CLA^S BAR CON.NKCTKD
C — '""'. with large family hotel on Market
st.: elegantly fitted up and well sto ked with the
linost wines, liquors and dears; two entrances,
with private mil cub rooms: very low rent for
this location: with lease; owner will make big sac-
rifice on account of soins to Europt; every 1.. ves-
ligation civ.-x SIENBKKU A CO.. 632 Market. ]
QW-nn BAR CONNECTED WITH HOTEL
«ItIjUU. north of Market st. handsomely titt«-d;
iloin- good business. STENBKRCi A. CO., 632
Market, si.
I AUN DRY ROUTE: CLEARING $00;
J Cheap. STENBERG & CO., 632 Market at.
HIGH ESI CASH PRICES PAID FOB FURXl-
ture, restaurant, saloon fixtures and -eery
stocks. STKNBERG, 632 Market: iel. main 10-13.
C|,l'n BAKERY; ESTABLISHED 25
ijr~iu\i. y-ars: using li/a bbls daily; a. I store '
trade; handsomely fitted up low rent with lease;
livlns-rooms. .^TKNBERci <* C"., bJ<2 Market st.
PORTLAND AGENCY i lii» fA.fh.i>~ IS-
. quire tills office or at 133 Third su, PortlauJ,
Oregon.
PAPER ROUTE: A FIRST-CLASS MORNING
XT route: clears $185 per month. Address P., bos ;
IU4. » a 1 Ullke.
Cl AND BEST IN AMERICA— THH j
WEEKLY CALL, sent to an.- address in the !
UnltM States or Canada one year for $1 60, post- I
age free. j
LODGINO-HOUSE* WOK SALE.
cjr.nn LODGING-HOUSE of 15 ROOMS.
%T«)cM'. north of Market; steady roomers.
LESS & CO., 6 Fourth St.
1 C ROOM HOUSE
1O ONLY $350.
. MU--T BE .-> !.J) 10-D Y.
41,-ROOM HOUSE: BEST IN CITY $250J
"±«J -j rooms on G«ary st. ; $650 cash 1250
18 room house on -ixth st , Only 350
14-room house on Eddy st 300
9-ruom bou<e: elegant lurnit ire; payments 1250
Other bargain* K. C. DECKER. 1020 Market st.
OA R OJ»8; SUNNY CORNER: NoRTH OF
.v" MarK«-t; eh up rent; pay in;; dejiarturo. P.
D., box 26. i a 1 Office.
1 Q KOOMS; WILL FURNISHED: NEAR I
X O the front; jinny 22 years in pace; g od rea- i
son fur telling. E. IiASILE, 673 MarkeL si.
QA LODGING-HOUSES; PRICES FROM $150 !
O\J to $3100. oie GUS STRAND, 1118 ilarkeu
;:/\;r JUNE*— I 2 \» ELI.-FURMfcHED ROOMS
*J\JO well paying; 5 unfurnished.
1 (\A sKVr. ,11 ST.— LODGING-HOUSE: 8
X\Jrt rooms; well furnished: $125.
FURNITURE FOR FAI.K.
"LUrnNITIKK OF 6-ROOMED LOWER FLAT
X very ch<-c •; everything comp.ete for house-
keeping; house to let, If desired. 135 Kearov st.
11 C BN ITURE "» V 5 ROOMS FOR SALE
cheap; must be sold. 19'j sixth st.
HOUi-KHULD KANOICS AUK IHK Btbi"
JOHN F. MKYKRS CO.. 947 Market St.
J-'UKMTUKE, MOVES CARPiTS, COUN-
X ters, showcases ANDERSON. 1121 Market.
FUKSITI'RB WANTED.
TNDIANA AUCTION CO. REMOVED TO 19
-L Montgomery st. ; highest prices paid,
BEST PRICeS FOR FURNITURE. MD»K»
etc. STREET* CRES WELL, Anctloneers,7al
Howard streeeu ilouses bought m iheirenurety.
CARPET CLEANING.
CARPETS CLKANEDA RENOVATED LIKH
new. i!3T«nth; lei. south £6. Mackintosh <t Co.
JWaITs, reliable (arpet-cleauiuii rvnovtg, alter-
. a:i. works. 413 McAllister, lei. Jessie 3JL
pARPLTo CLEANED, RKNOVaIEO LIKK
\J new. J. MCQUEEN. 4S3 Stevenson. Tel. 8.228.
4 d Vance carpet-cleaning CO., iOi
JO. cutter; tel. ilaln 894. UI-.U. WALCOM. i,rop.
/^ITY bTKAM CARPET-CLEANiNG WORKS:
v^ cleans, moves, ays carpets. G. H. &TKVENS,
Mgr. 38 and 40 i.lgiuh at,; telephone south 250.
CAKW.I-i UaM.su, 3c: LAYING. Sc; RU3
\J samples tree: tel. Jessie i>44. btration. 3 Bthsu |
U,' HEN VuD Bb-COME Dl>liU&lEJ» WITH
poor work send toSPACLDING'S Pioneer Car- j
pet-beating WuriU. 853-57 'lehama st. ; teL 00. 4J. i
JK. MllcHtLL. CAKPLT-CLtAMAU 00.
. 210 14th su : cleaning Ho a yard. TeL Mis. 7 L
ON KLIN'S CAKPJCI' • BEATING WOK&a,
J>33 Golden Gat* MVe. lelepbona Kasi 1-6,
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.
ARE YOU THINKING OF PURCHASING OR j
renting a piano? If so don't fall to call and '
Inspect the fine instruments we are selling for $8, j
4. $5, I'.ti. &7- «8. $9 and $IL' per mo tU; every
piano guaranteed. SHERMAN, (LAY A CO., I
ttemway dealers, corner Kearuy and -utter sts.
A BSOLUTELY THE OLDEST AND LARGEST
JtV house west of Chicago is KUHLER &
CHASE'S. 26, 28 and iOO'Jtarreil si.; plan or-
gans and all other musical instruments. 01 all !
grades and prices; l>-nus easy: prices lowest: j
every thins posaiui<t Cuu» ta please aua »»tl»ry vie i
customer.
TTFKiaHTa FROM $50 UP: GREAT BAR-
L. (tains to-day: cash or Installments, i
MaUVAIS', 7a 9 Market st.
ALTUALLY THE iJh.ST BARGAINS in Pl-
1\- anos; monthly payments $5 up: correspon-
dence solicited. THh. F. W. fcPENCKR COM-
NY, 83* Market st., opp. Mason; established
ov. r .0 years.
BO N A FIDK REDUCTION IN PRICES-
Haloes. Knabe, Bush A. Gerts and others; sec- I
ond-hand pianos from 8100 up. W. C HAMIL- :
'lON, successor to A. L. Bancroft & Co.. 224 Post j
DMINIsTRATOR'B SALE — MU&T SELL; j
pianos at immense redaction for cash or oa i
Installments. EATON K>TaTK. 735 Market st.
SHAW, bTKINWAV *250; CUICKKRINO.
$)Ho; bargains, $1 a month; a nice t>mall up-
right, £95; real $2 up. lit INE. 136 Ellis
QQ' PIANO FOR SALE: GOOD AS NKW:
'Jj'J-J. on 55 installment 221 Leavenworth st !
QQ^ GOOD ROSEWOOD PIANO; ALMOST |
•_ '/■). new; on instal men^s. 221 Leavenwortn. I
17LKGANT GUHD UPRIGHT LJEItH THAN )
li half price. E. W. LICK, 116 McAllister su
yiNti WEBER; MUST BE HOLu THIS !
X week. 809 Market st , room 12.
ELhOANT NEW PIANO SACRIFICED AT i
your own price. 835 Castro su
GOOD PIANO FOR SALE OR RENT CHEAP.
StHMI :/., 16 McAllister St.
LEG AN T $800 WKBKB UI'P.IOHT. CHEAP.
bRUKNK'4 Piano-house, 228 Post st.
KNABK PIANOS: Nl-W t-CALK: iSEW
styles. KOHLEH <t IHASK, 550 O'Farrell St.
A'l bHKRiIAN. CLAY & CO.'» ONLY WALL
you rind a s:ock ot new nteinvray pianos.
\\f <*. BADUKIt. bOi>U A"i£NT HALLKt
' ' .ft Davis ana Fraud* Bacon pianos. 415 micio,
I>YKON MALZY. 80S PosT hT.-tOUUa^,
jj Newbir <t Kvaav Briges anJ ether pianos.
C UJtM£RIOR VIOLINS, ZITHEKB, OLD* NEW
O H. M U LLKR. maker, repairer, J. Latham place.
SUBbCRIPTIOKH AND WANT ADS FOR THK
Call taken at brancu olhco. 6&* llaytM ki.;
ri en uut 1 »:3j o'clock.
VOIt tALE-MISCKLLANEOC3.
BARGAIN: MUST BE SOLD; HOME BAKERY
de lcacy store: trla- given. 438 O'Farrel at.
OPAL AND DIAMOND CLUSTER RING; $35;
worth $70 Uncle Hurrls, 15 Grant aye.
fOOD fcEWING MACHINE FOR $7, COM-
\J p ete. New Home Office. 1559 Market st.
i, uiLhn>,h.\n,.sh>,.i).iiA.v v MACHINERY
1* water-pipej. .Vciuiosti.t olpman. IS7 Beaia,
SOU 111 POUT, PKRFtCTION COLLIE, "825-
-0 000," Imported pups, England, this blood: also
pure wuite Ormsklrics. Imported: all guaranteed
Particulars oo.\ 55. Vancouver, B. c.
BU 1 L I) I OS NKW POSTOIFFICE SITE.
Inquire O'CONNOR, 1 166 Mis?ion st , nr. Bih.
LI N ■ • .suit FO I s:o at THE misfit
X Cloihln; Parlor, 513 Montgomery si.
SAFES— NEW a-M» D-IIANU 609
Market at,
SA BARGAI IN Nl W AN D dF.CO N l>
hand: all sizes; Rlsoa lot of safe-deposit boxes.
CHARLES WALTZ, 109-111 Market at.. S. F.
C HOICK WINTER APPLES, COLD SSTOP.A^K,"
\J In Rood coi.dt.ion for the trade at low price*.
CONSUMER*.' iCE COMPANY, 420 Eighth st.
j. Aits, back bars, MiKROKa, bhow-
i -' case% inunters. linoleum, office furniture,
ilor«and cilice lurnitora and fixtures, new and
second hand. J. N> i >.NA->. I*JIV-loiW-lual-Jyi4
Mission su. above sixth.
1 7-HOUBK-Po W r X ENiiINE, 1 4-HoRS .-
J power engine, with i oiler, gas-engine, lathes,
planers and shaper*. 616 Sixth st.
COrJ-EiS MILL. &CALfc>. LETTEii I'llEM,
.. i>taud desit. money ill. safe: cheap. 102 Clay.
ITAKM. SHOWCASES. COCNTKB& SHtLV-
I > lus, etc., bought and sold. 2063 Mission, ur. Via.
ATKW ELM WOOD RANGES ARE THE LltaT
x\ U. fc. KAY MJfU CO.. 12 California m.
f *i7 MONUGOMKRY CO. .NEK OK CLAY—
i)«.l open unit »:3J o clock: branch officooi
the Call; aub&crli>tlous and want ads. taken.
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, FBIDAY, JUNE 18, 1897.
HOUSKS TO LET.
QQA HOUSE OF 10 ROOMS AND BATH:
isO\J. lisa Union st-: will be thoroughly reno-
vated, l. c. BAiilN 4l3aKearny st.
fl»4ir SUNNY HOUSE OF IS ROOMS AND
0— 'J bath: in good repair; 21 16 Larkin su
L. C. RABIN, 413 Kearr.y st.
Oil HOUSE OF 8 ROOMS AND HATH:
«3pOU. 2017 Hyde. L. C. BABIN, 413 Kearny.
CJ>OA HOUSE 6 KO >MS, BATH. YARD,
•T — ''. basement; or- flats; perfect order. 4i _■
cctaviasu
r ROOMS (NEW), $18. 35 JOOST AYE.,
I Sunnyside Tract; key oppoi>itn.
UNNY HOUSE 7 ROOMS AND BATH ?-0;
very comfortable place, la excellent order, hot
and cold water, stationary wa-h tubi, etc 15
Hampton p ace, off Folsom, bet Second and Third,
ur. Third.
STEVE* BON (OR LEXINGTON) aVE., BET.
twentieth and Twenty-flrst: 2-story. 6 rooms
and bath; rent only (18, with waier. Apply 10 C.
s. caPP 4 CO., Real Estate Agents. 415 Mont-
gomery st.
OUSKS TO RENT FOR VERY LITTLK
money at BALDWIN & hOWEU'n 10
Montgomery su
SW COR. SIXTEENTH bX, HKA.U Mia
sion; branch office ot TH« ULL bnu-
t«npilon"< and wprt arts »rk»n.
ITKXISHtD HOCSKS.
j ROOMS AND BATH COMPLETELY FURN-
~i lshed for housekeeping: rent $12: furniture and
gcods for sale at sacrifice. 6.6 Natoma st.
V Ii'KLV FURNISHKDFLAT; 6 ROOMS AND
li bath. Apply 1707 Oak st.
\IONEY LOANED 'ON DIAMONDS, JKWEL-
i'» ry,watche*,sealskins. Uncle HarrU.l Gmnt ay.
tOTTAGEi TO LET.
pOTTAGE; 70S TUKK; RKNT flO; FURNI-
V- ture fur sale in pan or whole.
1- f\ . SANCHK.Z ST AN ELEGANT 5-
-I«.U_ roam, bath, bay-window basement cottage
.-UNNY KO..MS, YARD, »11: ALSO FLAT,
"J Sib. 623 >econl st , near Townsend.
pOTTAUES, 4 AND 5 ROOMS, BATH, BASE-
\J meet, stable. Fifteenth an 1 Dolores sts.
q^O LET COT! AGE & KOOMo AND BATH;
J- lent $18. 449 Bryant st.
FLATS TO I.XT:
BARGAIN— MODERN SUNNY FIVK ROOMS;
bath; cellar; yard; $18. 130 a Fourteenth st
<JU 1 C FLAT, 4 ROOMS: DOUBLE PARLORS:
V I 1). bath. 45 Hermann at, bet. Market and
Valencia.
C* 1 ') NKW BAY-WINDOW FLAT 8
O-l — . «JU. rooms, bath. gas. tubs. 909 Folsom.
9 NEW FLATS; MODERN IMPROVEMENTS;
~ 4 rooms each: rent $14 and 15. 2127 Mission.
VtW >l'.\XY FLAT. 8 800 . »-, BATH: ALL
1.1 modern Improvements. 630 Oak st.
ELfc-OANT NEW FLATS; 6 AND 7 ROOMS,
J-i bath and yard; ch.ap. 925 Elli-i st.
UPPER Fl.Al, 1243 CLAY bT.; 7 ROOMS;
rent $22 60
G. 1/> WORTH $20: FLAT 5 ROOMS. BATH ;
C-I c). all conveniences; good location. S-'a
Lombard si.
UPP R PART OF 3 OR 4 SUNNY UNFUR-
i nisbed r «a« mid bath. 1229 Mission st.
3LOWr.RBUNNY ROOMS. 41bVa H YDE ST.;
0 key at 41» Hyde St., bet. El!i»aua ' '1 arreil.
OPP. PARK: FINE VIEW: HAIGHT AND
Baker: 5 i.ueua Vista aye.: nice 6-room flat.
rit\A GROVE, COR. OCTAVIA. SUNNY SIDE;
Oy'rt 5 rooms and bath, first floor. $20.
"I 7-1 HYDE- UPPKR FLAT, 7 CHOICE
1 I iv suuny rooms, -5
Cj I £> LOWE* FLAT 4 ROOMS AND BATH.
O X U. 1625 ice st., above Van Ness aye.
«_)1 Qa DORK — SUNNY FLAT 4 ROOMS;
010 rentes.
50 A SIXTH. NEAR BRYANT — bUNNY
—"1 upoer flat; 4 rooms; separate entrance;
cheap.
MONEY LOANED ON DIAMOND-, JEWEL-
ry, watches, sealskins. Uncle Harris, 16 Grant ay.
W*' HAVE 40 BRAND NEW FLAT" NOW
f» ready: half mo. frf/>, «PECK & CO., 602 M*t.
T." LATS TO LKT t'Oit ViKI LI 1 i I.X
X money »r.JUALDWIN ii HuWJiLL'S, 10 Mont-
gomery st. . ". . -1" « . •..-...--
-i HEAP MODERN FLATS. b AND 8
V, rooms, $8 to $16: «#.* Ibrm. 623 '-■veDth at, '
* WEEK'S NEWS FOB 5 CENTS — TH«
c\. WEEKLY CALL, In wrapper, for mailta*.
IIOUSKKEEPINO BOOKS.
K<l<ly street.
Q1 7 EDDY-VEKY NICK, NEWLY PAPERED
OX I sunDy, connecting h'skpng rms. ; turnished.
1 lit li Streak
91 A FIFTH— LA SUNNY FRONT BED-
• )l^t room and kitcheu:batb;stove;rrlvate:sll.
I illinore Street.
Q>n 2 LARGE SUNNY ROOMS TO SMALL
t&V. family (rear). 2212 Fiilmore St., nr. Clay.
a olsoin Street;.
1 OOf\ FOLSOM, NEAR NINTH-S NEWLY
J <)Ou furnished sunny housekeeping rooms;
bath; yard; reasonable.
(iolden Gate Avenue.
POA GOLDEN GATE AYE., NEAR VAN
\)£.\J Ness— B snnny front rooms; complete for
housekeeping; 827.
Grunt Avenue.
MONEY LOANED ON DIAMONDS. JKWEL-
ry, watches, sealskins. Uncle Harris, 15 Grant
iiuwaril Mica .
QAR HOWARD, NEAR SIXTH-2 HOUSE-
''T'I keeping rooms connecting; rent $8; also
single.
1 Cfin HOWARD. CORNER FOURTEENTH—
J.CUU 8 nice sunny rooms: rent 0.
Kearny Street.
2Of\ KKARNY-2 OR 3 HOUSEKEEPING
"\J rooms; gat or coal stove.
Lurkln > r»«..
1 91 A LARKIN-NICE, SUNNY. FCRNISH-
-IOJU ed housekeeping or single rooms.
Minna Street.
ADC MINNA — LARGE FURNISHED
TOO housekeeping room with cookstove, $6;
Single room.
E\Ati MINNA-FURNISHED ROOMS COM-
Ori\J p:et* for housekeeping; large yard.
fr AQ MINNA - 1 NICELY FURMSHED
utO housekeeping rooms.
J-iShion Mreot.
r ('-t MISSION. NR. HECOND-SUNNY ROOM
UUJ. and kitchen for housekeeping.
>ltlsw street.
OQA NATOMA - 2 SUNNY FURNISHED
£mtJ\J rooms for housekeeping; yard; $10.
ImuUi street.
lijC NINTH — LARGE" SUNNY FRONT
J- • «J room; 6 windows: can use kitchen; every -
thine complete for housekeeping ; mus. be seen to
be appreciated.
Ksusch Street.
Q1 RAUSCH. OFF FOi.SOM, BET. SEVENTH
«' I and Eighth— Large front room and kitchen
connecting; furnished for housekeeping: $10.
seventh street,
1 49 SEVENTH (GIRARD) — SUITES AND
1 Tt^-k lichens so single roonis-.newly renovated
* ♦•«■» A.VUUUK.
C 1 9 VAN NESS AVr.-2 pUNNY FRONT;
k)1~i complete for housekeeping: *15
ROOMS TO LET.
Diamond Street.
A(\ DIAMOND, NR. EIGHTEENTH— LARGE
\lv/ well-furnished front ioom; pretty ro.tage.
Light li Street
CBRRJIAS /t'artmknt lIOUSPT. m »Tit
O (■;.. near >' arhf-;; Surntshed and mmtm misled
Q ||i EIGHTH. NKAit ijLsOil-i LAIIUU
"I" rooms: rent $10.
*-•.•!« street.
ROYAL nOUBE. 128 ELLIS— INCANDEB-
-cent lights; reading-room, smoking-room and
ladles' purlor; rooms per night, 35c to $1 60
week, »2 to $8; month, »8 to $30; elevator on
oflice floor*, rooms with hot and cold wa:er: baths.
i .itJi Mien..
THE COSMOPOLITAN ~ FELECT FAMILY
hotel: 100 Fifth St., cor. Mission- roomj
COc Ma and $1 per night; $2 to $5 p«r week.
KOO3IS TO LET- Continued.
3-olsom street.
ijf'fi folsom-a LARGE, FURNISHED
I VV'i loom to let, $4; a so o:bars.
Q-I PER WKEK: SINGLE FURNISHED
0 1 rooms. 820 Folsotn st.. near Fourth.
lourth Street.
nor FOURTH-FRONT ROOM: SUITABLE
—— «J for two; (8 per month.
t~«..k v Stree..
MARTINET. HOIDtARY, DOOR ABOVE
lil. Van Ness— Su.ies, single rooms: newly fur-
nished.
Howard Street*
7^-1 1 HOWARD — NICELY FURNISHED.
<012 sunny, bay-window; other double, single;
reasonable.
Jessie Street.
AOr JESSIE. NEAR MINT — PRIVATE,
ttOtJ neat, sunny, slntrle room; rent 55.
A.«atr nr airua,,
« FLINOTON nOUsE. 527 KKARNY —
JrV Pleasant sunny rooms, eD roltn and single; first
class In every respect: term* reasonable.
j.-.fcel "»tl«o..
VOSKJIITE HOUSE, 1045 MARKET— PER
X night, 3&c to Hi week, $1 &0 to $>*>; famt les.
I'-iK MARKKI — NEWLY FLRNIShED |
• ' it) sunny rooms, en suite or single; low rent.
J.«Mjn Mreei.
1 9 MASON— SUNNY FRONT ROOMS -.SINGLE '
X— and en suite: $1 50 up; transients solicited. I
JIAiON ST.— SI.NNY PAItLOKS, NICE-
-11«) ly furnished; room for light housekeeping.
aaiUu» «« *«=t.
One MINNA — Wr KNISnED FRONT
0— O room; clean; qu'.ei: two single beds; 10.
i.i»ai,..i hoatti
HANCOCK lIOUSK. 7»1 MISSION: fKLKCT
laxnllF roomti.K-houso. $160i09J per wax.
E>TrLLA, 1148 MISSION— NEW HOUSE, i
newly furnlsbea sunny rooms; single or ensuite. '
Pacific Street.
VKW FRANKLIN HOUSE, 321 PACIFIC-
Xi Furnished, and unfurnished rooms: prices low. i
ro7"s,re« E . ■ I
iok Hi reec.
99Q POST-SUNNY FRONT ROOMS; SlN-
—— t) gie and en suite; 91 50 up; transients so-
licited
700 POST— NICELY FURNISHED SUNNY '
luv rooms; suites or sing. c private family.
i owe I Mree..
qi 7 POWELL (Formerly COSMOS CLUB) j
01 I Elegantly furnished apartments; reasonbie .
|
M'cuni*. .street.
HE SECON-D-CHA.V'iUD HANDS; SUNNY" '
■'furnished rooms, 91 23 to $3 week; board i
optional.
MX. II *■ rgg .
"I or SIXTH-CHEAPEST IN CITY; NICELY :
1 ~-O furnished doubie and single front rooms.
Mock-on >* roe,.
Ol A STOCKTON'— EI.EOANTLY FURNISH 'D j
Olv suites and single rooms; rea«onab c.
•»•»> j«»r >,rtse..
LAn TAYLOR — I. A HUE DOUBLE ROOM, '
I \>'' $1 75 -a.-, ■;- sunny ro->ra, $'.> 25 week-. ;
BOjißitnia AND rooms.
\\- ANTED-ALL WHO DESIRE TO ENTER-
• » tain cieleca;es to ih- sixuenih International ;
Convention of Christian Endeavor, July 7-I*2, to ;
send Lame and addr< II of person Or house, as the
case may be, with particulars vi to number, r.-.tes, '
etc., io the ' 97 commi tee, Y. M. C. A., building,
Maion and Ellis sts- :w- cannot i ran toe guests
to any one where a contract is not mad , nut Indi- '
cations ara that wa shall be able to fill all tbe first-
class bouses In the city; please make your aipli- ■
cation by letter. DONALD MACKENZIE.
;: l Z ELLIS— NEWLY FI'RMsHE) R..OMS,
wlO with board, $20 up; use of parlor, piano.
poLUMBIA HOTEL. 123 EDDY — BOARu I
KJ and rooms, SI to »1 25 perdar; week, #5 to I
$8; suites, board for 2, 40 month.
7J Q PINE— PLEASANT SUNNY ROOMS; I
Mo excellent board; ?'-0 to $30 per month.
MONEY LOANED ON DIAMOND.-* WATCH-
i-'A es,jewelry,sealskttis. Uncre Harris If) Gractav.
1 N DERM ER K. 1401 VAN NESS— SUNNY
» • par. or suites; single and double rooms: board.
KOOM FuR a GENTLEMEN WIiU BOARD;
German borne cooking; $3 a week. tj»s Valen-
cia st.
HOTEL BrRTLI.NO, 714 BUSH— A FAMILY
hotel: refer nces; all modern conveniences;
Halstontab.es, If desired; new management.
. j
6TOKKI TO LET.
TO LET-STORE WITH FIXTCTES AND j
living-rooms; r ut reasonable. SW. cor. Polk !
and Broadway.
ARKKI' STALL TOLKTj IN ONE OF THE j
bent markets In the state for trull and vege- '
t«b c. or nsh business. Apply BOVtK, To Y * j
SoNNTaG, 33 Montgomery st.
Cor. VV NINTH AND BRYANT— LARGE
> store with new fixtures; 3 rooms aud stable; I
Cheap.
SW. (OR. SIXTEENTH SI., EAR MISSION: 1
branch c.tUcv c: Tux Call, subscriptions aad i
want ada takt-n.
OFFICES TO LET.
MAKYK LAW BUILDING. 1604 MARKET,
cob City li&ll aye.; fiont suites »30 per month.
FFICES— EMMA SPRECKjiLS BUILDING,
02." Market st.: light and cheap.
aiEDICAL
DR. J. H. JOBSELYN, THE GREAT SPECLAIj. j
Ist, still offers his valuable services to the un-
; tortanate. With a mind ma.ured aud enriched by
ttndies ot an advanced order, there la hardly a
C'seas* in the catalogue of human ills he caaoot
treat to a perfect cur*. Ladles, he is always read/
to assist you. His knowledge baa teen strength,-
ened by extensive experience. Mo ease peculiar
to your delicate organism is beyond bis tare coo- i
trol. His female monthly remedies are cure aul I
tafe in their effect*. His tried and valuable rems-
, tiles for lost manhood are never-failing in their,
i action. «al are warranted for both young and old.
He excels all others in the enreot private ditches.
Over 60 years of practice enables him to warrant
a en re la all cases. Consultation parlors, itOJ
Market st. Call or w riu, aix»a M UUu iiwjtet m*
rooms 11 and 111
A PROCESS THAT 18 PERFECTLY HARM- '■
Jess; never falls In any case of monthly sick- '
Bess, no motier what cause, no electricity cam-
-1 ting or other dannerous methods; money in every
case refunded If a cars Is not effected ; travelers
helped immediately; years' experience: home la
confinement wita sanitarian convenience. Con-
sult free the only reliable physicians, DR. AND
MRS. DA VIES, 14 McAllister et.. next Hlb«tnui
tack: boura. & a. m. to a and .' toH r. v.
ALL CASKS OF MONTHLY SUPPRESSION
(rom whatever cause) r»ator>-d in a tew
hour*: safe and sure at any time; instant relief ■
for travelers: home In confinement: my cele- !
brated remedies for monthly suppression never ;
fall: every rase guaranteed! consult at. on tree; :
pills $1. MRS. DR. WYETH, 916 Post si., near j
Larkin.
DR. FOULET9 FRENCH CAPSULES — A
guaranteed absolute cure tor all female dis-
eases (no matter what cause): positively safe and ■
sure; no danger or after effects; taken in time It
also ac s as a preventive; price $150 per box:
«cnt free by mail on receipt of price. WALLER
BROS.. 33 Grant aye.
1Y" E WPROC I-SS-. NO MEDICINE OB INSTKU-
X> ment; every woman her own phys.cian for all
female treaties, no matter from what cause; re-
stores in one day; can be sent and used at home;
It you wisti io be ire .ie 1 sate nil on the man
physician. DR. I*OPP* R SIS Kearuy st.
AN OUNCK OF PREVENTION IS BETTER
than a pound ol cure for female irregularities,
leti<-orri.o-a a.id suppression; it h:is been in suc-
ces.f ul lite for 25 ve»rs: ■ word to the wise Is suf-
flc.eat. Ai'ilreis L., box 35, all otlice.
DR. ANDM S. WIfJK.NEK. 526 EDDY Hf.—
Safe quick cure for all female com plaints guar- j
anteed: i>rivat» horn« In contln-iiient: every com- i
fort; Infants adopted; terms moderate: pills SI.
I \Kfj. OOODWIN M'ECIALISTS, LADIES
X-' near or far: safe, quick curs guaranteed, any
disease cr complaint; home for patients: bet; -.kill.
tree dlagnosU: low tees: eeii-cure. 401 VssKui
ALPEAUI* FRKNCH PILLS— A BOON TOLA- '
J\ dies with iemalo troubles; nodanger: t&!eand
sure; $2 OOez press U. 0.X.; Con' delay until too :
late. USGOOD BROS. Const Agents. OaK!und:CU. j
4 LL PESIALE IO.Mr-LAI.NTS AND Dl!»-
-in. eases of the eye permanently cured at MR*
DR. SCOTT'S, 410 Geary st : consultation free.
UR CURE FOR ALL FEJIALK DISEASE'S:
h me lnconHnement: every comfort: satisfac-
tion guaian.eed. MK-. DR. i.WYi-..., ay:6 lurks". '
1 |L I'UAK -. FEiIALE RKUULATINU PILLS; '
XJ safe antt rfllcieiu rmnieuagoguo; (1 per bos.
KICHARD-s <V: CO.. druggists. 400 Clay su.soleagts,
SURE CURE IRHKGULAKJirksoK OIHKH I
O female diseases. MRS. DX. rut 1 7., *Jo4«.i -*'»• !
OH IN CONFINEMENT; DISEASES OF
women. Mrs. Dr.Fuake,l4l6 btli st . Alameda.
i .K. iIAA.I., 14 iIcALLU&IKtt&TRKKT, .\tA«
I U Juics. Dtscues ot womea taut uaiUt«x
miXATIONAT.
"\7"OICE bINCiING-PATKONS AND PUPILS
> carefully prepared for narlor, at form, cod-
cert, choir, sings or opera; patronage solicited
Irom those who are willing to pay for strictly firs -
class instruc:lon. Apply to vo at rooms, V.M.C.a.
building. DR. CLARKE, formerly directeur de la
se.tiun vocale de ut. c Paris, France.
HEALD'3 BUSINESS IuLLKOH 24 POST—
Bookkeeping, tuslness practice, shorthanl
typing, telegraphy, languages. English branches,
electrical engineering: '.0 teachers; 15.01XJ Ki'aaa-
nes: day and evening fissions: catalogue.
Vlltb 1 BUSINESS COLLEGE. Via MONT-
gomery 6..: individual instruction in short-
hand, typing, bookkeeplu;, telegraphy, etc. ; Ilia
scholarship $50; low rate* per week and uionth.
TAI'.K, THE EXPERT^ BOOKS OPENED,
X closed or adjusted, prlvaie Ihssoms in bookkeep-
ing ;and rapid alculaiions. 855 Market, rm. 572.
MRS. MELVILLE-SNYDER. -.5171/3 CALI-
-I'-l fomiast.: piano, singln;, elocu io;i,' dramatic
acting; vocal classes Tuesday; $1 a ujoiHh.
ELASCO'S LYCEUM SCHOOL OF ACTING—
Private theatricals arranged; pupils rehearsed
en Mage, R. 5 and 12. 1.u.0.K block. 7th and Mkc
ENGINr.EKINU SCHOOL; MKCH.. EI.EC
XJ civil, mining, lorvey, assay, archie. X ray
l»u^h: ; e5.186-1. A. VAN DEK NAILLKN.933 iUt
"l)OOKKPN«. WKIi.NO. AIUTHMTC, GRAM. ?.
X>dav knight: noda«se«: $5 month. fc4s Mission.
pUITAR, MANDOLIN, PIANO AN D VOCAL
VJT lessons; |.<no. Mar. \Ve->th:;us 39 Fifth st.
ANJO I'ALUHT To BEGINNE*-., l 5 CENTS
per lesson. Address M. H., box 76, Call Office.
*\^IOLIN LEs^ON*; TERMS REASONABLE.
> Address M. I. , box 15, Call OClce,
SINGING, VOICK CULTURE, PARIS GRAD-
uaie: French, Gor. Lan?.: $'J mo 109 Taylor.
HYPNOTISM.
/■\LD-ESTABLISHED: TREAT DISEASES;
v/ aso tea h. Hypnotic Insttnte, 6 O'Farrell st
PROPOSALS.
PROPOSALS FOB SUPPLIES OF HARD- |
X ware, liru;.s. Lumber, etc.. for the Fire Depart-
ment. oflice of the Clerk of the Board of Super-
visors of the city and Couaty of ban Francis
June 15. 1-97.
In accordance with Resolution No. 16.29t>
( hird st-rio-.) of the F.o.ird of superv sors,
SEALED PROPOSALS «|.l be received in ope i
M'sai-ju of the Hoard of SuperviiOri on MON .1,-iY
AFT RNOoN. June VI. 18&7, from 2:. 0 to 3
o'clock, for furn shins supplies for use of the Fire
Department from date t.:" award of contiaci. to
June 30. 1>99, in accordance with schedule, em-
bracing dru.s. Ironwork, hardware, general sup-
plies, paints, paint brusL. s, oils and Inn ber. pre-
par d by the Committee on Fire Department of
tho P.oivrd of snpeivsors, on lie in this office,
copies of which may be obtained at this oilice, on
seconn floor, City Hall.
XuTlCE— Bidders will estimate separately for
each article enumerated, is per denomination,
wl h the dls'.ln l understanding thai the lowest !
and b«-s- bid lor each ;<rticlf required will be ac- I
cepted and that In every Ins ..luce no bid exct- pt
from persons or firms who arc regularly recognised
<>«.cis in the articles enumerated and b d upo i
will be received. Also, all articles and supp ies
Btiail bf of the same kluJ. quality and textur..- us j
per samples k pt and stored In the Corporation
Yard of the Fire Depaammt, at No. 50 Sacra- i
mento street. Also, the right is reserved that
the Chwf Engineer of the Fire Department,
by and with the consent of the Committee on
Hr« Department of the Board of Supervisors,
sbull have power to |iU:C.iait> any or all of the
supplies required, at the merKet rates, at the
expense of ihe party to whom any contract
may be awarded io furnish the same, if, upon
the requisition of the officers named, the party i
fails or omits to furnish the quantity or quality of I
the ssupples. les designated, which, under contract, he j
may be required to furnish. Also, ail artici- s and !
supp les furnished to be subject to the approval Of '
'he.hief nngiueer of the Fire Department, the '
Board of Fir« commissioner* and the Committee
on 1 re Department of th Board of Supe visors, !
whose decision sna 1 be final and conclusive as to j
the reception or rejection cf any or ail of the arti-
cles or supplies offered.
The party to whom the contract Is awarded will
be required, prior to or at the time of the execu-
tion of said contract, to pay the cost, or .* portion
of the cost, of advertising this notice in three
daily newspipen, each article warded to be
chargeable for Its pro rata of cost of aiwrtlsin.'.
In order to preserve uniformity an.i to lac II ate
the award the board has resolved to receive no
bids unies-i ni ide upon blank forms prepared by ■
the committee, and a certified check for toe j
sum of $JOO, In favor of and made pay- ;
Mb..- to tne clerk of the Board of Super-
visors, must be deposited by the b Oder, !
conditioned If the proposal is Accepted and
the contract awarded, and if the bidder .shall fail '■
or neglect to pay the advertising charges, execute
the contract and give the bond required «ihin '
six days af.er the award is made, then, and in :
that c»sf\ the said sum hall b paid into the city {
and louniy treasury by said clerk as liquidated
damages for suc:i : allure and neglect.
Blanks furnished by the clerk.
'1 he board reserve! .he right to reject all bio's if
the public so r. quire.
* JNO. A. KUSSELL, Clerk.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL., JUNE 15, 1897.—
Sealed proposals, in triplicate, will be received
here until IS M, Thursday, July IS, l*-97, and then j
opened, for furnhblngo cavalry and 'il *nlliery !
horse* at ihe Presidio of San Francisco. Govern- !
Bent reserves rielit to reject or accept, any or all '
bids, or any pirt thereof. Bias will be considered \
for a less rummer of horses than that stated. ;
Preference given to articlet of come.stic produc- j
tion, conditions of price and quality (including in i
the price of foreign iroduc lions the duty theieon) !
bt-iu^ equal, and such preference tiwn to articles
of American production produced on the Pacific i
Coast, to extent of consumption required by the I
p bite service there, Information furnished on I
appiicacton to JAMES M. MuOP.E, Assistant
Quartermaster-General, U. S. A., CuW Quarter- |
master.
BIDS WANTED — NOTICE IS HEREBY
given that «• ae.i proposals will be received by !
the board of dire of. the Veteran-. 1 Home As-
sociation at Us office, room 13, 320 Sansome st., i
E>an i rmicUco, Cal., up to 10 o'clock a. m., i
Wednesday. June 30, 18d7. and opened Immedi- I
ately thereafter In the presence of bidders, for fur- '
nishing and d^.iver;n< quartermaster aud cooi-
m;-s.ny supplies for the Veterans' Home, Napa
County. Cal. (railroad station Yountvilie), for the
six months commenc ng July 1, 1897, and ending
December SI, 1897. t-chednlei with information
una instructions tor submitting bids will be :ur-
r.lahed upon at pi cation by the undersigned. Bid-
ders will caretully follow the conditions of the
scheda ea, and no bid will be considered unless it
is in accordance with such schedules. Each bid-
der must accompany his bid with a certified check
upon nome well-known and responsib c banking-
house for at least 10 per cent or tbe amount of his
bid, payab.e to J. C. CUURIK >:. treasurer, con-
ditioned that the bidder will enter iuto a goo 1 and
va 1 1 contract upon notice of accei tance as re-
quired by law. '1 he board reserves the rub/, to re-
Jec Bui or all bids and to order any quautity
over or under tbe amount epecitird.
Addr*<-s J. J. >«-OViLLK, secretary Veierans' i
Home Association, room 13, 320 Sansome -I . San '
Francisco, Cat By orl r of the Board of Diiect j
ors. J. J. SCOVILLE, secretary.
TTNIVERSITY" OF CALIFORNIA. BBIKE-
\J ley— Notice to contractor*, builders and mate-
rial men. No: Ire is hereby elven to all concerned
that sealed proposals or bids are solicited for per-
fotmlug tbe labor aid furcisning he materials
necessary to th*- erection of a building for the de- !
partment if pbilos :pny. on the grounds of the '
Untverslty of Calliornia, at Berkeley, Alameda !
County, and said blus or propesa s " will be re-
ceiv-d at the office of the assistant secretary ;
of the Hereats of the University, in south :
Hall, Berkeley, Cal., at or before 12 o'clock m.
of the •■'•th day of June, 1897. And |
notice li hereby farther irlven that the plans j
an i specifications of said building have been made ;
and adopted, and are placed In the office of Mr.
Clinton Day, architect, -.22 Sansorue st., Sao
Frar Cisco, room 4, where the same may be seen
and examined during each day from 10 o'clock
a. m until A o'clock p. it., from this date uatll said
24tb day ol June, 1&97.
No bids or proposals wl 1 be considered un'eis
the same are accompanied by a certified check or
a Lond of said proposer equal to ten (10) percent
of bis proposal, with sufficient sure les. condi-
tioned that. If said bid or proposal shall be ac-
cepted, ihe party proposing will duly enter in.o a
proper contact to faithfully perform the duty and
; aliens In accord with said proposal, aud )
plans and specifications, which shall be aud are !
hereby nqu red to be a part of such contract. '1 he
right lor.jec- any and a.l bids Ik hereby reserved.
This notice Is given pur-uant toauaci. entitled "An
Act to amenu an Act entitle. i, 'An Act to create
and organize th- V nl versify of <. a.lfornla.' ap-
proved March U3. 1868. Annan Act amendatory
of section 25 then of. approved March £8, 187 i",
relating to the construction of buildings," ap-
proved arch 3, 1^97.
By order of the Committee on Grounds and
Buildings of tin- Board of Ke^ents.
Dated June 12, 1897. J. WEt»T MARTIN,
. Chairman.
W. a. McKOWKN,
Assist nt Secretary.
WAGONS AND CAKKIAGKs.
VINE LAUNDRY, BAKER'S AND MILK I
r vti-n ml cheai for cash or instalments; 1 Due
top and open bugey: also 1 hack. 828 Harrison at ;
(B» C LIGHT OKUVKkY WAUO.\; A BAR-
O- O. ga v. 1013 Harrison s:.
\- l \v AND SECOND-HAND WAGONS FOR
-Li sale cheap. 401 Jacksou st.
VKW A.M' B CO-ND-HAN'D W.GONETTES,
il hades, surr y-, bu<tiis. carts and harn.'^s
clit-an. Fifteenth an.i Va.cncla s s. ; lei. White 371.
TOP RO K.\ WAY. UOOD AS NEW; 3-;
1 spring business wa^on, ma !e to order: 1 short
iro ling Can. - !lA\. lG'.'l Market st.
— i
"" " \
ETOKAGE.
AT LOW RATKS— FURNITURE. CARPETS,
-V pianos, household goods: clean, llgb: com-
pai-.ments; advances malt. J. SOONaX, ltu;
to lir_.'i! Mission st., above sixth:. open tveolngs,
ri'KXiTIRK VIA OsTi .- A IVVa NCES
X packlng.shippliiK. CHAS. L.l AY L0R, 204 Post.
PEDUC. D HATES. FUKN IT U E, PI A N i
It bouseholu tooiia. 'i.e. J.-H. I'IKRCK ".ba.Mkfc
HOUSES FOX BALE.
4BOUBr8: MAKB un il; Ml SI BE SOLD
and removed at once; 549 to 555 Mission st.
Can Ha felssloast.
CITY REAL ESTATE.
C-ICKn MC«T COTTAGE 6 ROOMS
0 ! COW. and bath: lot 25x120. App.y on the
premises, 5*4 Point Lobos aye.
0> ■ OR TWO LOTS NEAR HEY MAN
Tract at preat sacrince: must sell. H. U.
MAXFIKLD, 19 Montgomery st.
1 . IbiilON COTTAGES.
. M —
Four. 6, 6 and 7 room houses: on Liberty, Castro
and -JOth s:s- ; $2'JOO. 3-UOU, $3200 and $4000
etch. By F. Nelson. Bui <!»-r.
C c I NTKY KKATj ESTATE.
FOR EXCHANGE — VALUABLE WARE
■T house property that cost complete *S2,000:
near San Francisco: business we. I established a&d
payin a poo : steady Income: will talc one-:hlrd
property and give long time on the balance: this
is a good oppor; unity for the right man. ASTON.
KLDitILKiE &CO.. 638 Market si
\\ A KIN C 0. —28 MILES FROM CITY; 540 TO
i'» SO per acre: choice lands In tracts of all sizes;
Improved farms, chicken ranches, bay, grain, irui.
Mut vege ab e lands: easy terms; rail and water
transit: good scuools. HOMii <S FARM CO., 64
Curonlcle b d?.
ONOMA COUNTY LANDS- FRUIT, GRAIN
0 and stock ranches: little homes a specialty.
CIIKS>SIOKE A MIURII.EFF, Sonoma, Cal.;
room 221, 827 Market st., S. P.; Wednesdays aud
Saturdays.
LITTLE HOMES CLOSK TO TOWN: IM-
■i proved: eas/ terms; also 4 to 12-acre piece*
on 8 and 10 years' credit. D. H. TWl.xu, So-
noma City; every Monday at 63' i Market St., is. F
Cl f^A CHICKEN RANCH: 400 CHICKENS:
<?><J\J. horse, cow, etc. BAPTIST, 319 Kearny
*)UQ ACHES, $1500. W. M. GRIFFIN, LAND
.i-wu agent, o lonwood, CaL House, barn,
wood, water; 200 acres in wheat; easy terms.
C;' AN ACKJCj I*'BJ ACREd TIMJaER; GOOO
tjyO lor Mock or fiuit: rl«»iitv water s.. box 40.
OAKLAND ADVERTISEMENTS
OFFICE— gOB BROADWAY.
OAKLAND) KKAL JESTATK.
Ql nn EACH: OWNER MU^T HAVE MON-
<T-L'-' V ' ey at once; 3 lots $100 eai h, half cash;
just half their v.tloe. Inquire Immediately, LAY-
MANCK, 466 KUhthsU. Oakland.
<. / FLAT!*, 5 ROOMS, BATH, EACH. AT MAX-
— fcet-*tt. local station, akland; mortgage $2200;
best offer above mortgage made t.iis week buys
the property : cost lute owner 4000: owner wants
money enough to buy ticket Kast; call «nd
niHke offer: no reserve; must selL J. a. JIVJtKS,
1002 Broadway, Oakland.
TY\Q EXCHA HOUS ' AND 3 LOTS IN
1 Vailejo for property around here; also fruit and
poultry ranciit-3 close by, for city properly.
EDsON & TURTON, 1209 Broadway, Oakland.
GET A CilUlCfc., hhAUHfll, UOMK SITK
while prices are low: lots f 100 to $150 at
Fttchbur& beyond frultvae. the best property
for investment now offered; local trains and
electric cars: 10 minntes to Oakland and 40 to
San Francisco: splendid climate, oat of damp
belt: Boil excellent lor gardening; very best water
facilities; good school; terms to suit. Before buy-
ing in this locality see the owner of tills property,
C. M. HINKLE. IUSVs W aaiungton su. upstairs,
room 28, Oakland. Cal.
4 T FRUIT VALE. 2 AND 3 BLOCKS F<OM
J\. station; choice building lo s on easy terms;
$'^5 cash: streets graded and macadamized: sew-
ers, »a er and gi s in: delightful ciima c; 45 min-
utes from .-no Francisco; fare 3 per month or 6
cents per trip: these lots are a bargain at 8350.
Syndicate Investment Company, 65 Chronicle
buidmg, or LOWRY, OWEN it CO., I'rmtvale
station.
Q-QXf\ 4-ROOM HOUSE; BATH: ALL
*ul OU\J. modern Improvements: lot 25x10U;
l l "3 blocks from Frulivali station: easy terms:
this it a barsain; call eiry. FIELD REALTY
COMPANY, 1146 Kast Fourteenth st.. Oakland.
ALAMEDA ADVERTISEMENTS
ALAMKDA BBAL ESTATE
WE ARE HEAVILY OVERSTOCKED WITH I
•' real estate; new and modern homes in all
parts of Alameda, ranging in price from $1800 to I
$i0.0u0: mmi be sold regardless of prices: If we j
nave what you wan no reasonable offer will be [
declined; those wanting homes should take advan- j
tage of our necessity to reduce Holdings. JOSEPH I
A. !.'<> >. ARD CO.. 18&4 I ark St.. Alameda.
BERKELEY KKAL ESTATE.
DOCKET MAP OF BE A.UTIPUL BERKKLEY |
-L up to date; price 50c; '.or sale by JOn. J.
MASON, real esiate.
! _ j
FKIITVALE REAL ESTATE.
BEAITII UL LOTS ALL SIZES, CHEAP, 3
JL> blocks from Fruiivalu station; sewers, water:
street work dune; church aiid school near: one-
half bloc* from .-an Leandro electric road. In- ;
quire of owner, J. TOBLEK, 1238 Bray aye.
VTKW CUTTAOK: FINE PLACE; EASY !
i." (eims: lots adjoining; *300. D. PUaTT, '
Fruitvale static .
i
PKOPEKTI TO EXCHANGE.
I*~rXC^rA^oX-CLE 1 AR~PKOPERTYi VALUE
-< $4000. for cor. store and flats; will pay differ-
ence. Address V., box 108, i all Office.
"OEAUTIJ-ULHOME IN SAN JOSE; CORNER
-L> lot; Urge cottage; electric car*: room for
shop on rear lot; choice guruen; clear we i lo-
cated bun Francisco lots preferred; value $4000.
B. c, box 94, * all Office.
MONEY TO LOAN.
C-QnfV f\f[(\ AT 6^ PER CENT ON CITY
<pOUU.UUU real estate; also Oakland; es- j
tHtei, l.fe Insurance, second mortgage, any sum. i
Manhattan Loan Co.. 10 Mills bldg, ground floor. :
\V E HAVE MONEY TO LOAN ON CI I V
'» real estate : Interest reasonable. Cal. Title
Ins. and Trust Co., -10 Montgomery st., Mi, !s buld.
BORROW MONEY ON YOUR WATCHES, I
diamonds aud jewelry at half the Interest you
pay elsewhere. O T RATE LOAN OFFICE,
room 7. Fiood building, entrance 809 Market st.
A LOANS ON FURNITURE OR PIANOS,
. In B. F., Oakland or Alameda. at lowest rates:
without removal: no commissions: no delays.
J.NOONAN, 1017 to iU'-'a ilusiou bu, above bista.
telephone Jessie 41.
HIGHLY RESPECTABLE AND PRIVATE
place to obtain liberal advances on diamonds
and jewelry of the lowest rates. Baldwin Jewelry
Store, 948 Market St.: telephone Green 204.
AKY AMOUNT; IST. 2D:OR MOKTU AUEI,
estates, undivided inleresu, real estate in pro*
bete: furniture snd pianos wlthou: r«iuov«.
UcCOLGAN, M Montgomery et.. room 3.
WHY PAY HIGH INT. ON fcMALL LOANS?
We loan at &5c interest per mo. on each 100
on 2d mortgage: any security, Gold, box 4, CalL
CO>),"> linn' AT BANK RATKS: IST ANO
«JPO-dU. \J\J\J ad morusages, estates, rents. «a:
Itod as low as SSU. iL MURPHY. &M Markets^
ADVANCb-S ON FURNITURE OR PIANOS,
with or without removal; no delay; no com-
mission; lowest interest. Room 68, 1170 Market.
1 OANS ON REAL ESTATE. BONDa, ETC.;
J j lowest rates. McAFKK BROS., 108 Mont-
gomery st.
* NY SUM, IST OR 2ND MORTGAGES. KS-
JA- tates in probate, etc. Km. 7, 608 California, st.
Q1 AO.OOO ON LIFE INSURANCE POLICIES
«I?1U low Interest JOS. B. IOPLITZ, 33J Pine.
C?X/\ IO fiO.OOJ; LuWJiST RATE; IST <fc2D
<pOli ii orte.- any proposition. I>rvo>n. 413 Mont I
MONEY WANTED.
\\T ANTED— S3OOO T ' $10,000, 90 DAYS ON i
" firs -class collateral s easily; principals only
Address A. H.. box 33. Cal Office.
HORSES.
Wanted - okntle saddle- horse:
»t stud- a^-e ana price. G. H., box 21, Call.
1/INK OaRKIAGK i AM , SADDLE HORSE, i
j i Shetland pom-, debar lop buggy, phaeton, |
iinjl* and double harness. DaLZIKL, 61>5 I
Gulden Gai« aye. '
AUCTION - \LF.i KVKUY SATURDAY AT :
11 o'clock of horses, busgtea, wagons, harne-n,
etc. . mporiam sales yards. TM Valencia at., »
WAI KINs, ar.c;io.i-er.
AI) UUK-SillJS Foil SALE: ALSO WAGONS
TV' tosj:i<-% (arts, harness; Urand Arraile Hor« j
Marker 827 sixth st. : moctlon sales every W«a« I
uesday. LLI Van <fe Do . LX. Auctiouear*.
DO YOU KNOW THAT LEIBOLD HAKNKsS
Co. has removed to I'll Lar.iu St., opp. City
Hall: we have* bit: tmiv-ius in h»rn*ss, robes. etc :
cnli ami Satisfy yourself
Cn IIr.AU ill* LOUIES >UITABLE~FOR ANY
OUbu, ;:i?.m 1300 to JiOJ pounds. Old Turk-gt. cat
ttab.es. 1301. 'lurk: team of larze young mules.
ORSES PASTUKKD. *J A MO.; SKNn FOR
circular. Hyde Ranch, 630 Commercial st.
(*] C LAKKI-V— BRANCH OFFICE OF THE
V> I O i a L, M!i,s. R.i tlc-rii KPii want f.«i*> taken.
ATTORNEYS- A
* DVICEFRKE: DIVO LAWK a BPKC
jt\~ l«lty: private; no fee without success; probate
insolvency, collections, patents, trademarks, etc.
obtained: private detectives: estab.ished 10 yeari
G. W.iiOWJi, any «tiaw,Bso Mtrket.cor. a ocktn
AD VIC FREE: NO CHARGE I'M S& SUC-
, J\. cessfuL W. W. DAVIDSON, 927 Market st.
LOST
r\ KEEN SHAWL ROBE; RED AND WHITE
VI eript-s. Return to W. i.. BRIDGE, 423 Post
St., liberal reward.
lOST— CHE' X FOR 56 ON A SAN DIEGO
J bank: indorsed by WILLIAM P. HARRISON,
Return to 4^o >my st.
I OST— A PASSBOOK WITH THE HIBERNI A
• •< Savings and Loan -Sccietv of San I rancisco. In
the name of PHILIP MCLAUGHLIN, No. 214,-
-515. The finder will please return to bank.
LOS"— OS MAKKtT ST. TUESDAY. SKYE-
:er ier bitch, with collar: reward. 601 Gear/.
T OST JUNE 15-A LADY'S GOLD BRKABT-
J pin. Return to 1204 Mission: suitable reward.
\l ON LOANED UN DIAMOMDS. WATCH.
•>** es.jewPlr.visealsKln'i. Uncle Harris.l 5 tyrant nv.
m.vi:kia..i. licexjKS.
The followln;! marriage licenses hava beea
Issued by the County Clerk's ofllce:
1 uiel Toretta a .d Mary Colorn bj. 26—19.
1 eopold J. t-orcli and Kva Kirschner, 36— 23.
Martin Perra and Kale Kola. :»-3-'.
Henry H. Heck and Ella K. aolomon. 24 — 19.
Jamm 1). Uleidonaud Louisa M. Daley 30—21.
Jacob Niedermaier and Bertha Eniter,"3-— 30.
Dan.lo Tract a::d -Mar/ Trobock, — 33.
n Roberi lieiherlniio.i and Marguerite costello,
Carl Bnrj«son and Bal'y A L»r*on, 3 28.
BUiTHS— MARRIAGES— DEATHS."
f Birth, marriage and death notices sent by mall
will not be inserted. They must be handed in at
either of the pabJicatiOn olliof-s ana be in lor*:* t
with the name and residence of persons aatUorlzel
to have the same pub.ishei.j
«Oit.V.
DONOVAN-Juna 14, 1897, to the wife of James
M. Donovan, a daughter.
LOKU KXTUAL-ln this city, June 16, 1897, to
the wile of M. Loewenthal, a son.
MILLEK— In this city, June 16. 1597, to the wife
of I ouls H. I*. Millar, a daueiiter.
BIAltttKS'J.
DUNN— OREENH AM - June 17. 1897. Peter
Livingstone Dunn and Elizabeth Margaret
<;r-e nham.
1)1£D. "~~
Aguiar. Francisco P. Hucklns. Mary
Bu.lett', l'e:er C. F. Hunt. Sarah J.
Coles, Kllen M. Lawler, Joseph P.
CDs ling, Charles A. Lofton, Dr. W. J.
Duncan. Jsanella McKlllips, Danl-il
Lonnel.y. Patrick Norton, Isaac
I'onnelv, Patrick Pot ker. lienrs-
Fennell. El en Puig, Joseph M.
Foster. E.len RiorJan, Bartholomew
Hammond, F. D. Saul, iohn
Uennkson, August Trlp.eu, Greeuberry
AGUIAR— In SpanUhtown, San Mateo County,
June 16.1397, Francisco Pereiro Agular, ana-
tive of Azores Island, ugea 40 years. A mem-
ber of the Portuguese Protective and Benevo-
lent Association.
•fsT'liemiins at the parlors of McAvov & Co.,
12 00 Marie, street, between Eighth and Ninth.
BULLKTTI— In this city. June 16. 1897. Peter C
F. Bullettl, beloved .ion of Celeste March!, step-
sou Of Jot) a March , brother of Angeline ana
Anna Bullotti and ->lr<. K. 11 urbert. stepbrother
of Louis an.l Mary M"archi, aid nt-phew of Mr.
and Mrs. Carlty and Mrs. A. Seigneur, a native
of San Francisco, a:ed 27 years a months am
15 days.
49~ Friends and acquaintances are resDect-
fully lnvitea to attend tbe runeral SUNDAY,
Jtiiie 20. at 12:30 o'clock p. it., from the. par-
lors of J. L. Godeau. 203 Montgomery avenuo,
thence to Native Sons' Hall. 41 4 Mason street,
where service! will b? held at 1 o'clock i*. M.
under the auspices of Caifornia Parlor No. 1,
N. >. G. W. lncurmeu: Masonic Cemetery.
COLES— In Oakland. Juno 17, Ifc97. Ellen Ma-
tilda, beloved wile of W. J. Coles, and mother of
C F., M. A., W. A., E. T.. K. A. and the .ace W.
E. and Bessie (o:e>. * native of san Francisco,
a?ed 37 years 8 months and 19 days.
CL'^UING— In this city, June 17. 1897. Charles
A., beloved husband of Amelia H. Gushing, and
fnlber of Mrs. Minnie E. Fowle, a native of
Massachusetts, aged 69 years.
DUNCAN— Id this city. June 17. 1897. Isabella
Duncan, beloved mo. her of Mrs. T. W. 10-vler
and Mn. George Jennings, a native of London.
Engianl.
Notice of funeral her3»ft9r.
DONNELLY— In the City and County Hospital,
Jnne 17, itf J7, Patrick Donnelly, axed 53 years.
DONNKLY— In this city. Patrick, husband of the
late Br.dget Donnely, and father of Mrs. M.
(Sprung and Mri N. Kelly, a native of Ireland,
aged 63 years.
FENNELL-Iti this city, June 16. 1897. at her
residence, 132 Julian avenue, Elien. relict of the
late Micha»i Fennell, a native of Ireland, aged
70 vearv
tfS" Friend* are rpinectfiillr Invited to at ten 1
the funeral THIS DAY (Friday), at 9 o'clock
a. m.. from Mission Dolores church. Kindly
omit flowers, luterment Mount Calvary Ceme-
tery.
FOSTKR— In this city, June 16. 1397. Elian,
dearly beiove 1 mother of Manna and wife of the
late George Foster, a native of County Cork, Ire-
land, aged 63 years.
MTFrteuds and acanalntaccei are respect-
fully invited 10 a- tend the :unerul THIS mi'
(Friday), at 9:30 o'clock a. m.. from her la:a
t.Miif!ip, 324 Broadway, th-nce to St. Francis
Church, where a solemn requiem niifh mass
will ba celebrated for the repose of tier soul,
commencing at 10 o'clock a. v. interment
Mount Calvary Cemetery.
HAMMOND— In this city. June 17. 1897, F. I).,
beloved son of Mrs. Kile a Hammond, it native
01 Carson, Nev., aged 24 yean 'i mon.iis and 21
days.
HENRIKSON— In the City and County Hospi-
tal, June 17, 18i)7, August Hearikson, aged 36
years.
HUCKINS-In this city, June 17,1897. Man-,
beloved wife of w'tiliam, lovlur mother of Agnes
Huciclns, daughter of the late Mary A. coleman,
and sister of Mrs. C. 'Ihoruagle, Mrs. H. j.
Wright and Alexander btewart, a native of ban
irancl*co. age I 4.' years 6 months and 12 days.
tg3~ Friends are respectful!? Invited to attend
the funeral services SUN DAY, June 20. 1897, at
1 o'clock p. ML, »t her late residence, .rJGu Scott
street Interment Cypress Lawn Cemetery by
carriage.
HUNT— In this city. June 17,1897. Sarah Jane,
beloved wife of William B. Hunt, a native of
England, age i 60 yean.
43-The funeral will take place TO-MORROW
(Saturday), at 10 o'clock a. m., from the par-
lors or McAvov & Gallagher, '2.0 tifih street.
Interment Laurel Hill Cemetery.
LA WLER— In this city. June 17. 1897, Joseph P.,
husband of the late R se Lawler, a native of
Dub In. Ireland, aged 73 year* and 3 months.
S)3~The funeral will take place TO-MORROW
(Saturday), at 10 o'clock a. m.. from his late resi-
deuce, 2545 teeveutet'u.u street. Interment
private In Holy Cross Cemetery.
LOFTON-In Byron. CaL, June 17, 1897, Dr. W.
J. Lofton.
£3~Notlce of funeral hereafter.
McKILLIPS— In this city. June 16, 1897, Daniel
M., beloved husband of P.ebecca S. McKillips,
a native of Vermont, a^ed st> years.
NO RTON-In this city. June 16. 1897, Isaac, be-
loved husband of Augusta Norton, a native of
Los Angelei, cal.. aged 36 years. [Los Angels*
paper* please copy. 1
JB£B-Funeral 1 HIS DAY (Friday), at 11
o'clock a. m.. from hi? late residence, 2015 Sac-
ramento street. luterment private in New
Salem Ceme.ery.
POTTKER— In this city, June 16, 1897. Henry
I'ottKer, a native of L'.ebetiau, Hanover, Ger-
many aeeJ 27 wars. A member of Hanover-
aner Vereinand ban Francisco Lodge No. 1, O.
H. H . :,,..;: ./,;;
A^Frtends and acanalnlance^ are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral SUNDAY.
Juuti 20, at '2 o'clock r. m., from the par-
lors of U. F. Suhr <St Co.. 1203 Misjioa stress
near Eighth. Interment Luurel Hill Cemetery.
PUIG— In Merced. June 15. 1597, Joseph M., be-
loved husband of Amalia l'ui;;-De Kofi 1, and
father Of Mrs John Fortuny. Jo«epn M. Jr. and
Miguel M. I'ulsr, a na:ive Of Catalonia, Spain,
age.i 69 years 6 months a id 13 days.
BIORDAN— In tnis cltv. June 16, 1897, Barthol-
omew, beloved husband of Mary Riordan. and
broiher-iu-.»>v of .Mrs. M. Hollman, Johanna
Cavanaagh and Thomas and Maurice Moriarty,
. a na'.ive of Glecbeigh, county Kerry, Ireland,
aged 56 -ears.
fl^Frlends and acquaintances * are respsct-
fnll invited to attend in» funeral TO-MORROW
(Saturday), at 9:30 o'clock a. m.. from the par-
lors of J. C O'Connor « Co., 7tS7 Mission s:rae:.
thence to H. Brendan's i liurcn Fremont and
Harrison streets, for services a l . 10 O'clock a. X.
Interment lioi/ Cross > emetery.
SAUL— In this city, June 16. 1897. John, beloved
husband of Kosaniia Sail., a.id father of John T.
Saul. Mrs. George Makinson. the la:e Mrs. t ran;,:
Co.ikllu and th ■ lat» Margaret E. Saul, a native
of Chlppin. England, a,«j 70 years, f.seiv Vor*.
Chicago Plttiburß and Portland (Or.) papers
p. ease couy.j
JB-3~Friendi and acquaintances are respect-
fn lv Invited to attend tue funeral THis D\V
(Friday), at 'i o'clock p. m., from tha par-
lors of "me United Undertakers. 27 aud 39 Fiftti
street, interuieut I. O. O. F. Ceoieiery.
TRIPLE I'T-In Maine Prairie. June 12. 1897,
Greenberry Triplet!, fattier of Mr*. X T. Da Hey
of -.11 lT»oc:sci> aid Mrs. i. Co 1 nor of !?oii:O
C^juntr. Cal.. a naive of Cuipeppjr County, V;.,
nc**d a'i year*.
~ ■■ ■■„—— y i
WIcAVOY & GALLAGHER, "
FUNKRAL DIRECTORS & EMBALMKRS, i
20 I'ifth St., Opp. Lincoln School.
Telephone South 80.
NOTICE.— THE BUSINESS OF MeAVOY
A GaLLA'-H i; Hill be conducted X th«
old s and. No "0 Fifth street, for the benefit
of widow of the iate !!iNi:V J. GALLAG-
HER and his slater, MISS ANNIE P. GALLAG-
HER. MRS. H. J. GALLAGHER.
ANNIE B. GALLAGHER.
11. ix M OAVOY Manager
MCA.VOY & CO.,
Funeral Directors anil Krabalmors,
1.35 Market St.. Bet. Bth and ttih. •
Telephone Sout.'i 247.
F. ! . GUNTZ. H. W. GANTNER.
QANTNER & GUNTZ,
Funeral Directors and Embalmsr*.
and IO CITY .HALL, byUAKii,
Telephone South 4S3>
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