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\ HOUSES TO LET.
(HOrSES TO CLAY; MARINE
rrpPERN 'i-STORY: 3712 CLAY; MARINE
I 31 view. Address 128 Murphy building: ;
"^"hOOMS; BATH: NEW, COMPLETE HOME;
I or will sell: $250 cash: balance same as rent
.Lit MCCARTHY CJ.. 646 Market st.
-. f-i\ CHEAPEST HOUSE IN TOWN. 1804
J'* >l . Market st , cor. Van Nets aye. * .7.7.
rpo LET-SOME HOUSES AT BALDWIN &
I HOWELL'S, 10 Montgomery st-
R~ EN'i REDUCED: LARGE HOUSE, 26 RMS.
II 113 Larkin st,, opposite New City HalL
TIBANCH OFFICE OF THE CALI. 167 NINTH
JJ kt.— Want nils and miiim 1 .orn taken. S-.-.V
FURNISHED HOUSES
4 OA BARTLETT-CON VENIENT FOR STAN- !
t«7)*T ford students, High Schoo. and Cogswell:
8 rooms; tiled bathroom: conservatory.
FURNISHED FLATS.
CIQ GROVE, BET. WEBSTER~ANiTftL__.
010 more Beautiful sunny modern furnished
flat of 6 rooms and piano; large flower garden-
privilege of renting stable with 4 stalls aim car-
riage-house; reni reasonable; reference given and
required.
COTTAGES TO LET.
RENT.SIB-FINE COTTAGE. 4 ROOMS A*)
bath: modern improvements. 21 8 Locust av*e..
bet. Van Ness aye. and Franklin, Golden Gate
aye. aud McAllister
COTTAGE OF 6 ROOMS; MODERN IM-
provemens. Call grocery, Twenty-seventh
and Alabama.
SUNNY 4-KOOM COTTAGE: YARD: RENT
0 $11; key 623 Second, near Branuan.
fi.l = EACH — 806-808 FOTRERO AYE..
«2J 1 c> near Twentieth st.: 2 nice cottjiqes of 5
rooms and bath each; sunny and stylish: see them.
: SHA.NWALD, BUCKBcE __ CO.. -18 Mont-
gomery st.
Si)(\ COTTAGE- 2915 BUSH. NEAR LYON;
Z.V . s'.ooms:5 '.ooms: bath; very desirable and oozy.
SHAINWALD, BUCKBEE A CO, -18-2-0 Mont-
gomery.
MS LAI.KIN- BRANCH OFFICE OF THK |
,■ xi 1 O Cv-LL Sur*scni*no -.* ani want ads la-eu.
' ~ i
FLATS TO LET:
MISSION WARM BELT, NORTHEAST CO
ncr Nlneteemh and Noe sts.: see those 3 J
. new, lovely, sunny, uicdern flats; every con- ]
'■■ venience; rem low; mu-.i be seen to be appre- j
.'-.. elated.
«_m MOSS-UPPER FLAT; 5 ROOMS; BATH. I
OVJ Between slxtu and Seventh sts.; key cor- j
ncr Howard.
'..' MOft 7-ROOM BAY-WINDOW FLAT; MOD- |
Cp*-v". em improvemenis; good yard. 1015
McAllister st.
PPER FLAT OF 13 BONITA ST.: 4 ROOMS;
* > rent 8. Cff Polk tt., bet. Vai ejo and Green.
»To 4OR 5 i-UNNY RO M- AND BATH;
»]J. J __<• bay-window. 606n shotwell tt. '
SUNNY LOWER FLAT: KB A LTH I EST PART
_ of town: no car fare. 3 Jane place, off line,
near Mason; $12.
«_>» A RAUSCH ST.-3 NICE, SUNNY, UNFUR-
O'- nished rooms; large yard; cheap rent.
MODERN SUNNY FLATS, 6 AND 7 ROOMS;
ha.h. 2520 sutter St.: rent reasonable.
17f\(A POST— 3 OR 5 SUNNY ROOM;F LATS,
i VV bath and garden; rent $15.
AIUI HYDE-SUNNY UPPER FLAT OF 4
• . 11D'. rooms. Apply 418.
'$__ - COZY SUNNY FLAT, 5 ROOMSfBATH, '■
*&xO. yard. 17 - Folsom St., near Thirteenth. I
4jQ 2 FLATS. 242 AND 254 HARRIET.
«J>o. between Harrison and Bryant, Sixth and ;
Seventh sta
51 7 SUNNY LOWER FLAT OF 5 ROOMS,
<3> I i . bath; big yard. 762 Folsom st.
VTEAB CITY HALL: ELEGANT FLAT; 5
lf\ rooms: bath. 10 Grove St.; rent $24.
UNNY FLATS: FIVE ROOMS AND BATH;
rent $15. 1712 Posl st. qff"-*|B
HAIGHT AND BAKER— NICE. SUNNY,
cor. Sand 6 room flats; opn. Buena Vista Park.
TO LET-SOME HOUSES AT BALDWIN A
HOWELLS, 10 Montgomery st.
HEAP MODERN Fi-ATS, & AND 6 ROOMS;
J $8 to $16; see them. 523 Seventh st.
"IF J. HAVE 40 BRAND NEW FLAT."* NOW
»» ready; half mo. frea SPECS A CO.. 602 Mku
W LOR. SIXTEENTH" nt NEAR MIS
SW COR. SIXTEENTH b 1.. NEAR MIS
sion; branch office ot Th Call. «.u»-
riptlons and want ads tr.ken.
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS.
Calttoinla Street.
■I Q9Q CALIFORNIA — 1 HOUSEKEEPING
XOiO room; $3; gas; bath.
Clay Street.
1 49Q rLAV — 2 PLEASANT BUNNY UN- j
X^iO furnished rooms for light housekeeping. j
_ , j
Tilth Street.
Ql A FIFTH— 2 SUNNY FRONT CONNECT- ■
OX Tr Ing housekeeping rooms; stove, bath; pri- !
vate: $10.
Howard Street.
Ql 7 HOWARD-2 HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS: '
OX i reasonable. '_\§*)tf£
- QCQ HOWARD— 2 OR 3 HOUSEKEEPING ;
OOV rooms for adults; sunny; cheap.
Hearny Street.
9Qft KEARNY— 3 "oR _ HOUSEKEEPING j
iiOV rooms: gas or coal stove.
Lux-kin street.
"I HI Ql LARKIN — COB.: BAY-WINDOWS;
JLv-LOs furnshd. unf urn. : kitchen ;others;sunny |
Leavenwortn street.
©in 3 SUNNY FURNISHED ROOMS FOR '
«Jp±U. light housekeeping. 1503 Leavenworth i
St., sear Jackson.
Martha Place.
3 MARTHA PLACE OFF GEARY, BET. I
Mason and Taylor— 3 furnished light-house- I
keeping rooms: reasonable.
Natoma Street.
(J At. NATOMA -2 OR 3 FURNISHED ROOMS, j
Cli) complete for housekeeping; {9 and $13.
iii tii Mr**)..
91 NINTH, NR. MARKET-SUNNY ROOMS; !
— 1 running water; all conveniences.
Perry Street.
©Q 3 FINE SUNNY UNFURNISHED RMS; j
•J*y, separate entrance: new house; rear. 263 j
Perry sL '
_ _ — . . 1
Polk Street.
1 CAO POLK - HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS
1 KjVJii andotbers; furnished or partly furnished, j
Seventh street.
I^9 SEVENTH (GIRARD) — SUITES AND
l7fZkltchens;also single rooms;newly renovated.
Tenth Street.
1i Q TENTH— 2 SUNNY HOUSEKEEPING
x JL O rooms: reasonable.
BOOMS TO LET.
Hush sue- .
_»OK BUSH BT.-NICE SUNNY FURNISHED
"iv rooms. _____
Castro Street.
ifjr CASTRO— 2 NICE NEW HOUBEKEEP-
tiUO ins: partly furnished: lawn flowers: also
3 or 6 unfurnished sunny rear; large yard; cheap.
i-JShth Street.
SHERMAN APARTMENT HOU«r. ?* rTH
rt.. sear Market: . lnrnlshed | and nnfnmlshed. .
1 (TO EIGHTH— FURNISHED BACK PAR-
-1 UO lor; other sunny rooms. *>1 25 a week.
m EIGHTH — 2 FU» NISHED SINGLE
• rooms for Endeavorera Inquire drugstore.
Ql/i EIGHTH. NEAR iioLaOJl-J LARGE
OLV rooms; rent $10. yff. f
. a-«*l» street.
1 HA ROOMS TO LET AT VERY REASON-
JVV able lates. Rosedale, 321 Ellis st.
THE ORAND CANOT. 418 ELLIS, JUST
A opened; rooms first class: suites: single; reas.
'* mix Mireu- '
THE COSMOPOLITAN — .ELECT FAMILY
hotel: 100 Fifth «., cor. - Mission: rooms
tOe, 76c and $1 per night: $2 to 85 per week. :
IRQ! FIFTH-WELL FURNISHED ROOMS:
1 OOs $1 and upward per week; also suites. .-,":.
OAQ FIFTH-ELEGANT CORNER HOUSE:
OVV sunny; bay windows; suite* and single; :
housekeeping.
1 oliom Street.
.&! PER WEEK; _ SUNNY FURNISHED
v x noma. 820 Folsom at , near Fourth. ... . .
ROOMS TO LET- Continued.
.Glenn Park Avenue.
f. St"*?* PARK AYE., OFF TWELFTH AND
''Mission sti,-emall partly furnished sunny
room; piano. .
Li rant Avenue. ?'' -%
0 OLD RUN HOUSE. 7 GRANT AYE.. OFF
•■ Market— Sunny suite; sunny looms with run«
ning water: manand if. or two men; 91 50 week.
tiolden Gate Avenue.
1 'yR "OLDKN GATE AYE— LARGE, SUNNY
J.OU front rooms for two gents: $10 and 1.8.
40= GOLDEN GATE AYE.- PLEASANT
rliZiO from room for one or two persons-
Haight Street.
Cl 1 HAIGHT-NICELY FURNISHED
I Uli, room in private family: terms moderate-
Howard Street.
If_n ROOMS ISO TO 500 NIGHT: TO 82
ivU \ie-k, Llcdeil House, Sixth and Howa A
740 HOWARD- SUNNY FUBNISHED
I tlO room.-*: cheap.
1 _"_£_(_ HOWARD— 3O NEWLY RENOVATED
lUu U rooms, day, week, month; rents reas'fcle.
Kearny Street.
ARLINGTON HOU*E. 127 KEARNY —
Pleasant sunny rooms, en suite and single;
first cl&-S In every respect; terms reasonable.
i-_.ijt#,. siraov.
OCA MARKET— ELEGANT SUNNY ROOMS,
C«JU day, week, mo. ; reasonab c; new mangeniU
KANCH IiOUsE, 861 MARKET; REDUC-
tion Ir prices; private rooms,- 15c, 20c, 260;
readiug-room.
ELCHO HOUSE, 863V_MARKET"ST.-ROOMS j
20c. 25c 10 50C uignt: $1 to $2 week.
YOSi-MITK HOCM., 1045 MARKET— PER
! 1 nleht, Hoc tojl; week, $1 50 to $:>; families.
Minna Street. .
HCI7 MINNA, COR EIGHTH— NEWLY FUR-
DO i nisbed bay-window room; $1 per week.
J.itfclO'l MIOO..
HANCOCK HOUSE. .01 MISSION; PELKCT
ismlly it)omllic-hous<s: <150lo$!_ per week.
Hi-rt.lt shoo-.
1 QQO O'FARRELL— BAY-WINDOW ROOM
I J Oii ana bath, first floor, suitable lor two.|
Pacilio Street.
\ "NTW FRANKLIN HOUSE, 521 PACIFIC-
I J-N fiirnished. and unfurnished rooms: prices low.
t
1 os: st.cc..
! 91.Q POST— WHAT YOU WANT; ELE-
iiOO cant, comfortable, quiet, coovenlenu
Rusa Street.
197 RU8 C — SINGLE FURNISHED ROOM;
iii closet and baih; rent $4.
r.euontl Street.
fiQI SECOND-FURNISHED ROOMS; 10c.
iO 1 15c, 2£c per night; 65c to $1 50 weekly.
_ ix, 11 «-t_o..
■I Q SIXTU-NEATLY FURNISHED ROOMS
X '' for ren - .
DO SIXTH (THE SARATOGA) — SINGLE
XIO rooms, 9 1 25 to $3; suites, 93 to *i week.
-1 9 = -SIXTH— CHEAPEST IN CITY: MCELY"
XiO furnished double and single front rooms.
9/19 SIXTH-NICE IRON! ROOM SUIT-
_* 1— able for g.n tleman; »5 a month.
Sutter Street.
SUTTER HOUSE, 308 SUTTER- FURNISH-
ed suites and single: transient; 2&c a day up.
THE STANFORD, 320 V. SUTTER— NEW
management; newly renovated and elegant
sunny suites: single: country transient solicited.
Tenth Street.
m TENTH, NR. MARKET-LARGE SUN-
JL JL 1 ny front room; rent reasonable.
Third Street.
9JI THIRD-LARGE SUNNY ROOMS SUIT-
-1 --"a 2 able for offices or workrooms.
tun ' Ness Avenne.
9 VAN NESS AYE. — HANDSOME SUNNY
0 bay-window suites; otherrooms: plana
Cl 7 VAN NESS AVE.-UNF'UBNISHED
CX i parlor*, fib; 2 rooms, 12; also furnished
rooms; corner.
Miscellaneous.
4 MARKET ST.— BRANCH OFFICE OF THE
Tr Call: want ads and Fnrwcrlpitons taken.
BOARDINO AND ROOMS.
! 74Q TINE-PLEASANT SUNNY BOOMS j
] I TrO and excellent board, $20 to s3o per month. I
HE SALISBURY. 299 HYDE. COR. EDDY"—
Select family hotel, excellent sunny rooms and I
board;!*, pleasure grounds, terms moderate. |
BROOKLYN HOTEL, 208-212 BUSH ST., I
board and room $1 to $2 per day. $6 to 912 per I
week: choice rooms 50 cents to $1; suite rooms j
for family Sl to 51 50 p.r night: first-dass service- i
free coach. CHARLES MONTGOMERY.
fJilO BUSH-NICBLY FURNISHED SUNNY
VJVO rooms, first-class board: day, wk.. mo.; sin- 1
gle, $20; 2, $15 mo. ; tatb: modern conveniences.
COLUMBIA HOTEL 123 EDDY — BOARD j
and rooms, $1 to fl 25 per day; week, $5 to I
98; suites, board for 2, $40 month.
CHILDREN HOARDED.
j UESPECTABLE HOME; 2 OR 3 CHILDREN ; j
! XI mother"* care: sunny yarn. 564 Stevenson.
STORES TO I LET.
C 991 SIXTH— STOBE: 3 BOOMS; LARGE
»' — —'i yard: rear en.rauce; suitable for business
or family; $12.
QI Q STORE, 5 LIGHT ROOMS: YARD; I
OAO* side entrance. 911 Folsom, nr. Flf.h.
Q__J. JESSIE, OPPOSITE EMPORIUM —
o*lo Well lighted store and 2 living-rooms; also
fiat of 5 rooms above: together or separately; rent
low. Apply on premises.
OFFICES TO LET.
EMMA SPKECKELS BUILDING, 927 MAR-j
ket st. ; light and * heap ASHTON. room 210.
HORSES.
49ft VALENCIA ST. — 20 GOOD YOUNG |
T_iU horses for sale.
CA ALL-PURPOSE HORSES, WAGONS j
OVJ carts, harness: auction sale every. Tuesday
TATTERS ALL'S, 721 Howard *sL 7 r ;.. >
AUCTION SALES EVERY SATURDAY AT
11 o'clock of horses, buggies, wagons, harness,
[ eta Emporium sales yard-, 2.0 Valencia su, a
WATKINS, auctioneer.
A A HOUSES FOR BALE; ALSO WAGONS.
i IV buggies, carts, harness: Grand Arcade Horss
Market, 327 sixth St.: auction sales every Wed-
nesday. SULLIVAN A DOYLE. Auctioneers..
C A HEAD OF HORSES SUITABLE FOR ANY
business 900 to 1500 pounds. Old Turk-st. cat
stables. 1801 Turk: team of larze young mules, 7
WAGONS AND CARRIAGES.
TU AGON'S FOR SALE-PIANO-BOX TOPBUG-
1T gy; good 2-horse exprsis wagou: 2 new gro-
cery and 2 delivery wagons. 1161 Howard st.
'■• E W AND SECOND-HAND WAGONKTTES,
J-> hacks, surreys, buggies, carts and harness;
cheat). Fifteenth and Valencia: tel. White 371-
BARGAINS! BARGAINS! BARGAINS! IN
new and second-band wagons, buggies, carts,
harness, robes and blankets. Lei bold Harness
Company, -11 Larkin st., opp. new City HalL
VINE LAUNDRY, BAKER'S AND MILK
A wagons cheap for cash or. installments; l.fine
top and open buggy; also 1 hack. 828 Harrison st.
or LIGHT DELIVERY WAGON; A BAR-
tJJ)Oc). ga.u. 1013 Harrison s- ".
PASTURAGE.
PASTURE TO . LET CONVENIENT TO OAK-
land and city: cheap rates. Inquire 22 Califor-
nia St.. r. 28. ci y, or 31 'telegraph aye., Oakland.
CYCLES. '
A LMOST NEW GENTLEMAN'S CRESCENT
A bicycle, $-_»: child's. $8. 444 Valencia st. =
7VOST*96 TANDEM, ALMOST NEW: CHEAP
X if immediately. 120b Williams st.
GENTLEMEN'S AND A LADY'S VICTORIA
wheels, almost new, $25 each; stylish baby
carriage, $10. 6^4 Waller st., near Steiner.
NAP BARGAINS— HIGH-GRADE , SEC-
ond-hand bicycles, all in perfect running order,
from $25 upward. Golden Rule Bazaar Cycle Do-,
partment. .5 Geary st. • :
TO LEASE.
T?OR SALE^DAIItYJ RANCH; 800 ACRES;
J. near Point Reyei station: land and improve-
ments firat class, i. TUNSTEAD, fcaa lUlaeL ,
THE SAN FRANCISCO 'CALL, THURSDAY, JULY 15, 1897.
EDUCATIONAL'
SINGING— DE-
veioped in volume, compass and quality, and
care fuily\traiued lor solo work in public; form
pupils and references: Franz Vetter, Adelaide
Deichon, Dan Morrison, Albanl.De Soil a, La
Grange, Marches!, Marie Halton, Amy Leslie,
Gr!*ce Greenwood, Helen . Po.ier, etc. For in-
struction and terms apply to CLAKK E's vocal
studios, tpencer Piano co, 983 Market street.
NDEBSON'S ACADEMY AND SCHOOL OF
ANDERSON'S ACADEMY AND SCHcOL OF
Mathematics; pupils prepared in day and
evening classes and by private lessons for Califor-
nia and. Stanford universities; teachers', marine
engineers' and civil service examinations; special
evening classes: mathematics, mechanical draw-
ing: hlgh-schoul pup'.,s coached; two scholarships
in University of California, amounting to $500 per
annum, given etch year to ihe two highest gradu-
ates. P., 40. I'arruii bulldlns. -
EALD'S BUSINESS COLLEGE. 24 FOS I-
keeping, business practice, shorthand,
typing, telegraphy, languages. English branches,
olectrlcal engineering; 20 teachers; 15,000 gradu- '
ates; day aud evening sessions; catalogue.
YRES' BUSINESS COLLEGE, 325 MONT-
gomery si.; Individual, instruction In short-
band, typing, bookkeeping, telegraphy, etc.; Tire
scholarship $50: low raiei per **eek and month.
ENOINEERING SCHOOL; CIVIL, ELECL.
mining, mech.. survey, assay, archil.: day A eve.;
est. 1.64. A. VAN DER NAILLEN, 933 Market.
B ELASCO'S LYCEUM SCHOOL OF ACTING—
Private theatricals arranged: pupils rehearsed
■ en stage. R b and 12, 1.0.0. F. block. 7th and Mkt.
TARR, THE EXPERT, BOOKS OPENED.
closed or adjusted; private lessons ln keep-
ing; and rapid *alcula:jo_is. 855 Market, rm. 572.
BOOKKEEPING, ARITHMETIC, TAUGHT
at your home. D., box 63. Call office.
OOKKKEPING, ARITHMETIC, WHITING,
gram., etc. ; day, night . $5 mo. 1504 Mkt.,op.Bth.
ACTING— LEO COOPERS SCHOOL OF Cl-
ing. 814 Oeary st.
B OOKKPNG, UKITNG. ARITHMTC, GRAMR.
day A night: nocla.se.: $5 month. 845 Mission. ;
GUITAR, MANDOLIN", PIANO AN D VOCAL
lessons: $3 ma Mary Westhaus 39 Fifth at.
SINGING, VOICE CULTURE, Will. GRAD-
uaie; French. Gar, Ian;:.: $'_: mo lin Taylor.
CLAIRVOYANTS.
MMC PORTER WONDERFUL CLAIRVOY-.
ant card-reader, born double veil and second
sight; diagnoses disease, lull life reading; la. 5Uc;
gents $1; palm. and clalrv.: sit. $1 50. l-'tt lurk
MR. ARNDI, *.E.. MAN FORTUN . -TELL-
er; tells past and future: gives picture future
husband or wife; 50cup: never talis. '_28V_ Sixth.
ME BOD AN, WORLD'S RENOWN L'Al'.l)-
reacler and Scotch seerers. 619 Kddy St.; j
hours, 9 a. m. to 8 p. m. ,
MRS MELVILLE HAS REMOVED FROM 61
Fifth st. to 921 Mission, opp. the Mlnu
MME. SYBILLE GIVES CHARMS, FUTURE |
husband's picture; ladles 26c. 914 O'Farrell. I
GYPSY LIFE-REAPER. X SEVENTH ST.:
ladles 25c, gents tOe: all questions answered. '
MRS. ZINELLA, BUSINESS MEDIUM AND |
astrologer. 109 Grant aye.. room 12. |
MME RAVKNa READS LIFE FLUENTLY;
business advice; names given: 25c up.s Fourth.
ME. MOKEaU. REST MEDIUM, CLAlR-
voyan^ card-reader; 25c up. 73 I- ourth
Mil. HANSEN, PALMIST, CARD-READER;
past, present and luture; 25c. 148 6th su, r. 5.
MRS D. ARDIGAN: EASTERN FORTUNE-
teIIer; love charms made. 936 Harrison st:
,- 97 MONTGOMERY COi.NEK OK CLAY—
O*L J open until 9:3 J oclock; branch othce of
Ibe Call- subscriptions snd wan: ads. taken.
SPIRITUALISM.
JOHN SLATER, THE WORLD'S GREATEST
U platform test medium, to-ntaht at 8: hall, 111
Larkin su; grand seance; questions answered; j
admission 10 cents.
AM. FRANCIS, INDEPENDENT SLATE |
. writer. 118 Haight St.; hours 9 until tt p. it, |
COG MISSION-PROF. MINGO AND MRS. |
OOU Favre: lest circle to-night: 25c.
MME. YOUNG'S TEST CIRCLE TO-NIGHT, I
10c 605 McAllister st. : wonderful tests.
MBS HKNDEE ROGERS: TRANCE TE-T |
circle to-night; sittings daily. 122 Taylor st. !
VULK FORTUNE BY CARD: ' LADIES 10 j
J- cents: gentlemen 25 cent.. 309 Fifth St., r. 8. j
Mrs KATE HOSKINS' l IRCLKs; TUE--. a
Frl, 8 r.M.; readings dally, $1. 701 McAllister, j
MBS. MAYO STEERS, ll'.i/jOAK; CIRCLES
Tuesday, »r, __„ Thursday, - p. m.: readings. i
IpDWABD K. EARLE, INDEPENDENT |
- slatewriter. 330 Ellis: seance Sunday night. \
MRS. J. J. V HITNEY, SPIRITUAL MEDIUM^ j
for messages and advice. 1206 Market su
MRS -HRINER RETURNED: CIRCLE SUN- !
day evening; sittings dally. SllVan Ness aye. i
AIRS. GRI.FIN, TEST, DEVELOPING AND !
JO healing medium, sittings 50c. 91. 426% Grove
DENTISTS.
VAN VROOM A CO.'S ELECTRO- DENTAL
Parlors. 997 Market su ; lady attendant; no gas 1
or other dangerous anaesthetics given; electricity
lbe great agent used to relieve palo: teeth tilled
ana extracted painlessly by our new electrical j
process; a writ. guarantee given with all work !
done; lowest prices: best work; all surgical work '
attended by G. W. Williamson, M.D., physician ;
and surgeon: examination free by ths use of our •
Dew electrical appliances: porcelain and gold
crowns: bridge- work and teeth without plates a '
specialty. Electro-Dental Parlors, 997 Market st j
A FULL SET OF TEETH, $5; PAINLESS
J\. extraction: see our new combination plate:
thinne-t, liahtest, *.•<•-, plate made; warrants.
10 yean: fillings, SOc; crowns, S3 50; lady assist-
ant. CHICAGO DENTAL, PARLORS, 24 Sixth
VTEW YOBK DENTIST: SET OF TEETH, $-;
-Li pain c s extracting, 50 c: nons but exper pac-
ed giaduate dentists connected with th s office*
all work warranted. SE cor. Sixth and Mission.
R. O FORGE W. LEEK, THE GExUINK |
Leek dentist. dis'overer of painless extraction ;
and patentee of improved bridge work or teeth i
without any plate, moved from 6to 20 O'larreli. j
DR LUDLUM HILL, 1443 MARKET ST. ,'NB. j
Eleventh: i*o charge for extracting when plates ;
are made; od plates made over like new; teeth
from $8 per set: extracting 50c: gas given.
PAINLESS EXTRACTION. 50c: CROWN
bridge work a specialty; plates $5 up; 13 years
experience. R. L. WALSH, D. U.S., 815% Geary.
<n*r FULL SET TEETH: BEST MAKE: !
ijpO. kept 1 1 repair; extractlug free: iilllngs,soe;
Crowns. 93 6a Paciha Dental Parlors, 18 Third.
CBOOME DENTAL ASSOCIATION, 769 MAR-
ket, beu 3d and 4th; pass specialists; painless
extracting, with gas, 91: plates, $7 up: till, $1 up.
ffl* 7 A SET FOR TEETH — WARRANT AS
«|M good as can be made; filling fl. DR. SIMMS,
dentist, 930 Market sl, next Baldwin Theater.
HIO DENTAL PAR LORS. 906 MARKET ST.;
extracting 50c; filling 50c up; crowns $3 up.
WORKING GIRLS ONLY:I*T TOOTH FILLD
free: open sun. IXL Parlors, 6th and Mlsaiou.
LL WORK REASONABLE AND WAR-
rsnted. DR. J. W. KEY, 1320 Market st.
ET OF TEETH WITHOUT A PLATE. VR
H. C. Young, 1841 Polk su
R. 3. J. LEEK. 1126 MARKET ST.; OPEN
evenings; Sundays till noon; dentistry taught
COLTON DENTAL ASSOCIATION. BOd -ia.i_.
J ket st. DR. CHARLES W. DECKER. .
(irOA* MISSION ST.-BBANCH OFFICE OF
iOiiV THK Call; fcubecripuons aua wans ads
taken. ' : y' -~y- : .y.y'.y ''■■■■.
FOR fcALE-MISCELLANJEOL'SJ.
GOOD COOK STOVE (NO. 7 RICHMOND);
good condition; cheap. 2200 Pine st. ;
FRESH COW FOR SALE. NW COR. SEV-
enteenth and Douglass sis. '
A FRESH COWS. ALSO 1 BIG THOJIOUGH-
tI bred Jersey cow, registered No. 284; all with
calves. Appiy cor. Rose and San Pablo aye-, West
Berkeley. -
MILCH COWS, CHEAP. APPLY IN REAR,
97 Caselli aye, near D-invers.
FBE3H COW lOR SALE NORTHEAST
corner Twenty-second and Church ats.
Al FRESH MILCH COW; RICH MILKER.
1920 Greenwich st. 7""' 7
COFFEE-MILL. SCALI., HAND-TRUCK, LET-
ter-preis, desk and safe cheap. 102 Clay st.
THREE FINE BILLIARD-TABLES, BALLS
. and cues complete; hair cost. 1 012 Valencia.
•jl SRVEN-HOBSEPOWER ENGINE, 1 FOUR-"'
X' horsepower engine, with boiler, gas ' engine,
lathes,' plainer* and shapers. 515 sixth St."* ' . '
OR BEN "I— SEWING MACHINES; ALL
kinds of repairing a specialty. 7: 1559 . Markeu .;.'
BARS, , BACK BARS, - MIRRORS, ">_.- SHOW-
cases. counters, linoieum, office furniture, store
and office furnllnre and fixtures; • new and second-
hand, .-. J. NOONAN", 1017-1019-1021-1023 . Mis-
sion su, above Sixth. ';; .' 77
SAFES- BARGAINS IN NEW AND BECOND-
baud all sizes': also a lot of safe-deposit boxes.'
CHARLES WALTZ, 109-111 Market st., S.F.
* ILERS,F:NGINEs,2d HAND MACHINERY
MCINTOSH A WOLPMAN. 137 Beale st.
ARS, SHOWCASES, COUNTERS. SHELV-
Iug, etc;, bougbt and sold, 1063 Mission, at. Via.
■ -.■.".■■;.
CITY REAL ESTATE.
SOL GETZ A BROTHER.
BOOM A, FIRST FLOOB, ('-
CROCKER BUILDING.
HEADQUARTERS FOR PARK 'LOTS.
WE SUIT EVERYBODY. WH V NOT YOU?
CHOICEST LOCATIONS, EASIEST TERMS,
J and lowest prices to suit the times.
<__ f .f._l W-*-000-RICHMOND LOT*: WE
«jp iov can positively suit you in location, pries
and terms. - " • ;
Srr.TO $800-^ UNSET HEIGHTS LOTS;
i O sou'.h of park, near Affiliated Colleges and
boulevard; passed view; $5 aud $10 monthly
Installments. ■
s*-inn $150, $200 AND. *soo— building
lUU. lots; , no grading: near Mission-st. and
Ban Mateo electric-car lines; only $5 monthly.
Call for maps and diagrama
SOL GETZ & BBOTHER,
KOOM A, FIRST FLOOR.
CROCKER BUILDING.
CITY AND COUNTRY REAL ESTATE BAB-
gains at UNDERWOOD'S, 765 Market st. |
<Jj./_j9-:rj ELEGANT NEW PANHANDLE
t3.U__.cK'. residence of 7 rooms, bath, furnace
heater, stable C P. TRO V JR. AcO., 630 Market.
JOHN PFORR, 329 MONTGOMERY ST., OPP.
safe Deposit, offers for sale:
' Reduced again to $7000 from $10,000; 6th st. ; a
very good house: 3 story, 12 rooms; brick founda-
tion. etc.; 101 25x160 to street In the rear, with
stable for 8 horses; mus: be sold; make offer.. ,
Reduced to $2500 from $3750; rent $25; busi-
ness property on t-evenih street, near Brannan;
saloon: rooms and stable; lot 25x100; must be
sold; make offer. ■-. - -_.
ffl**iOCM ONE BLOCK FROM NEW PO.T-
-t4pit)o\J. office; 25x75; old Improvements:
rent *15: mortgage $1250. C. P. TRjY JR. A
CO., 630 .Maine: sl « •;
<Si I Qfifi WILL BUJ LD A HOUSE OF TWO
tp 1 V VI flats complete. Will call GEO. M.
_<A_-SBURY, Builder, 5.1 X St., unset Dis rlcL
— — , .
Do you WANT A HOUSE? THE last
new house 01 Cole st, near Waller must he
solo; price astonishingly low; terms easy. Apply
on premises; take Haletit, Oak or O' Farrell st. cars.
JIONEY .TO LOAN.
<H_Qf.fi fil.fi AT Ql/ » PER CENT: CITY
jJpOUU. real estate; also OakUnd: life
iiisuace, second mortgages,' estates, und. viled
Interests, real estate in proba.o; > ny sum. private
capital jiiacei; mortgages bon-.-ht. MAN HA I-'
TAN LOAN CO., No lo Mills building.ground floor
i OANS ON FURNITURE OR PIANOS IN
J J S. F., Oakland or Alameda, at lowest rates,
without removal: no commlsaioas: no d ■ ays.
J. NOONAN, 1017 to 1023 Mission, above sixth;
1 el. South 14.
ffljl 'IO $50,000. TO LOAN ON JEWELRY:
*3- -L half ordinary rates; secrecy guaranteed. Cut
bate Loan Offlce, r. 7, Flood uu ldiug. _j<l Market.
J OW BATE, »6 PER .MONTH INTEREST
A. on each $1001; 55c per month on $100: second
mortgage; any security. Cash, box _, Call Office.
BANKBOOKS OF THE CALIFORNIA Sw-
Jj ings and loan society bought; money loaned
on all kinds of person al property. .'3l '1 hlrd su
WE HAVE MONEY TO LOAN ON CITY
'» real estate: Interest rea'onaole. Cat. Title
Ins. and Trust Ca, 210 Montgomery st., Ml. ls buld.
IGHLY RESPECTABLE AND PRIVATE
HIGHLY KE-PECTaBLE AND PRIVATK
place 10 obtain liberal advances on diamonds
and jewelry of the lowest rates. Baldwin Jewelry
Sore. 948 Market St.: lelophoaa Green -04.
ANY AMOUNT: IST. '_D;oR _D MORTG
estates, undivided In '.«- rests, real estate in pro-
bate; furniture and pianos wuhou: lautuvai.
UcC'OLUAN, 2* Montgomery •:.. room 3.
ADVANCES ON FURNITURE OR PIANO-,
with or without removal: no delay; no com-
mission; 'lowest interest. Room 68. 1170 Market.
ANY SUM", IST OR 2d MORTGAGES, FL'KNl-
ture, estates, etc. H. MURPHY, 618 Market.
* NY SUM, IST OR 2ND MORTGAGES. KS-
J\. tates in probate, etc. Km. 7, 608 California, st.
CL'IfiO.OOO ON LIFE INSURANCE POLICIES
IV low Interest. JOS. B. TOPLITZ. 33d Pine.
(<-(» 'io I*o,oo--. LOWEST RATE; IST A2D
«3_c)U ,1 orti:. - any proposition, Drvaen. 413 Mont
FINANCIAL.
I' OAN Son real estate, bonds, etc. ; lowest rates.
J. McAFEE BKOI'HEK>\ 108 Montgomery st.
MEDICAL
DR. J. H. JOSSELYN, THE GREAT SPECIAL
ist, still offers his valuable services to the un-
fortunate. With a mind matured and enriched by-
stnaies of -an' advanced order, there is hardly a
disease la the catalogue of human i Is be cannot
•treat to a perfect cure. Ladles, he Is always ready
to ass s; you. His knowledge has been strength-
ened by extensive experience. .No case peculiar
to your delicate ' organlsui is beyond his sure con-
trol, His Tema'e ni*.nthl> r mirths are sure and
safe in their effects. His tried and valuable reme-
dies for 10-t main ood are never-failing th their
action and are warranted for Loih young and o d.
He exce sail otheis in the cure of private disease".
Over 50 years' of 'practice euabies him to warrant
a cure. in all eases Consult tion parlors. 906
Market st. ca I or wilte direct to 906 Mar»cl St.,
rooms 11 and 12. "* 77/- ,
A PROCESS THAT IS PEHFECTLY HAKM-
less: never falls In any cnae of monthly sick-
ness, no mat er what cause: -no electricity bum-
bug or other dangerous methods: money iv every
case refund d If a cure is not effected; travelers
helped lm mediately : years' experience: home in
confinement with sa Itarlan conveniences. Con-
sult free the only re'iab c pbys clans. DR. AND
MRS. DAVIES. 14 McAllister St.. next Hiberuia
Bank: hou 9a.m.tos*nd 7 to 8 p m.
A PROCESS THAT NEVER FAILS TO BE-
store every case of monthly sickness from
whatever cause ln a few hours when medicines
and others have fated; no Instruments used:
many years' experience;' every case guaranteed;
advice free; terms reasonable: first-class priva'e
home for confinement. MRS DR. DALEY, 1126
Market st;, over the Owl Drugstore.
ALL CASES OF MONTHLY SUPPRESSION
(:rom whatever cause) restored ln a few
hour*: safe and sure at anytime; instant relief
for travelers: home in confinement: my cele-
brated remedies for: monthly suppression never
fall seven,- case guaranteed '. consultation Lee: pills
$1. MRS. DK.WY-.TH. 916 Post St.. nea Larkin
IATEW PROCESS: NO MEDICINE OR INSTRU-
-i-N ment; every woman her own phys. clan for all
female troubles, no matter from what cause: re-
stores in one day; can be sent and used at home;
if yon wish 10 be treated sate cull on the man
physician. DR. POPPER. 318 Kearny st.
ALL'S MEDICAL INSTITUTE, 509 GUER- |
rero st., near Seventeenth; established for
tha cure of rheumatism, gout sclat'c Affections,
asthma, kidney and bladder troubles. This Insti-
tute is well known lor lis wonderful cures.
A BOON TO WIVES AND MOTHERS— SK-
guro; price $1 50. RICHARD- & CO., 406
Clay si.; send 2-c. stamp for particulars to Wil-
bur Safety Packet Co., 631 X St., Sacramento, Cal.
RS GOODWIN, - LISTS, LADIES
near or far: safe, quicK cur. guaranteed, any
disease or complaint: home for patients ; best skill;
free diagnosis; low fees; sell-cure. 401 Van Nes3.
ALP,' AC'S FRENCH PiLLS— A BOON TO LA-
dies with female troubles; no danger: safe and
sure; $2 50, express C. O. D. ; don't delay until too
late. OSGOOD BROS., Coast Agents, Oakland, Cal.
RAND MKS. WEGENER, 526 EDDY ST.—
Safe quick cure for all female com plaints guar-
anteed: private home In confinement: every com-
fort; Infants adopted: terms moderate: pills SL
I ADIES. CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH PENNY-
j-j royal P lis (Diamond Brand) are best: safe, re-
liable: take no other; send 4c, stamps, for particu-
lar', "Relief for Ladles," in letter by return mail;
at druggists'. Chichester Chem. Co., Philadelphia.
ALL FEMALE COMPLAINTS AND- DlS-
eases 01 . the eve permanently cured at MRS.
DR. SCOTT 410 Geary st : consultation tree.
/-CONFIDENTIAL - LADIES IN TKOUBLE
V; communicate with DR. SANTEE. 33 Grant
aye., San Francises
SUR*-. CURE FOR ALL FEMALE DISEASES;
home in confinement; every comfort; satisfac-
tion guaranteed. i MR-. DR. GWYEK, 226 Turkst.
I \V PRAK'o FEMALE REGULATING PILL*
XJ safe ' and . efficient - emmenagogue; (1 per box, >
RICHARDS & CO., druggists. 406 Clay et.,solsagta,
Surf; CURE IRREGULARITIES OR OTHER
female diseases. MRS DR. PUETZ, 25.14 4th.
OME IN CONFINEMENT; DISEASES OF
women. Mrs, Dr.Funke,l4l6 Stb st.. Alameda.
DR ; HALL, 14 MCALLISTER ST., * NEAR
Jones— Diseases of women and children.
.... , LOST -
LOST— MONDAY, 12TH,' CARDCASK CON-
-J a! ning cards of Jos. D. Bedford and j paper
valuable only to him. 77 Leave at Crocker- Wool-
worth National Bank; reward.
lOST-GOLD PADLOCK BRACELET.
I Please re- urn to 724 Vi Market, r. 9: reward.
Passbook WiTH the hibernia
Savl j gs and Loan Society of San Francisco, in
the name of MARY O'LEARY,; No. 179-1433.
The flnder will please return to bank.
LOST— PASSBOOK* WITH THE | HIBERNIA
Savings and. Loan Society of Sao Francisco, iv
the name of LIZZIE T. HARLOW, No. 143,481.
The tinder will please return 10 bank. , ,7
IN MILL VALLEY— LADY'S GOLD WATCH:
Initials C. F. Return to Hotel Bellevue. Mill
Valley; reward. ..7 ; ,7 ; ;/;77:;7;.7 ;., y;.. _ -.-.:..
OST— PARROT; ; REWARD $5. RETURN
to 306 O'Farrell st. .-j- ■-..._;'_. * t
A WEEK'S • NEWS 7 FOR * 8 CENTS — TB*
WfitilOiY CAUL, la wtsxvget, iw mailing. ;
■ " -■". - ' : '
(ITNTKT KEA. ESTATE.
IP ARM HOMES, b
' FRUIT, GRAIN AND GRAZING LANDS.
FOR BALE BY
McAFEE BROTHERS, - .->.-*._,
':-.';£■ Real Estate Brokers and Financial Agents,
ffy; 108 Montgomery tt, Sen Francisco, Cal.
ESTATE OF LELAND STANFORD, deceased.
BY ORDER OF
■''. MRS JANE L. STANFORD, executrix.
Copeland ranch, Tehama County, -238 acres..
I Sbufer ranch. Tehama County, 240 acres.
Government ranch, Contra Costa, 2957.82 acres.
Coon & Felt Tracts, Sauta Liars, 1262 84 acres.
MoC'opjlu ranch, Man Luis Obispo, 3_o acres.
■' tlillmuu ranch, Redlands, 28- Vi acre-*
A FEE BRO 1 HE
108 Montgomery sL, 8. F. ■
BY ORDER OFTHE BANK OF WOODLAND,
CAPAY VAI.LKY.
The earliest fruit section, well settled and only
sine. y miles from aan Fr-wclsco by raiL
Fr.Uli AND &RAIN LAND.
88i/s acres, near Winters, 817 50 pc- acre.
•-030 acres, near Esparto, $20 per acre. ■
160 acres, near .'lancred. $i'o per *>ere.
Mbu^s acres, near winters, $2 .50 per acre. ■■ : >
131 acres, near Madison, $30 per acre. ■■
830 acres, near Winters, $30 per acre. '■.:; ■:_.-.
161 Va acres, near Capay, 940 per acre. &-*•;?' .
1534 acres, near Capay, $45 per acre- . '- - .
■,- ,-.» •■ ALSO '• ■■ ->: yf~rf ■- '■■-
440 acres, near Swindles, $2 25 per acre.
480 acres, near Merritls, 916 50 per acre.
- 840 acres, near Dunn, ean, $7 per acre.
' 240 acres, near Dunnlgau, 911 per acre.
AL-o
1105 acres, near Willows, 27 50 per acre.
800 acres, near -'Anderson, Sacramento River
bottom, 916 50 per acre. ' ■
GRAZING LAND.
629-84 acres, flanking Capay Valley. $4 per
acre.
4520 acres, flanking Capay Valley, $2 75 per
ace. ■ -
8768 acres, adjoining Capiy Valley, $2 25 per
acre.
2800 acres, adjoining Capay Valley, $3 b. per
acre. ..,.;.
7920 acres, near Red Bluff, $2 per acre.
' MCAFEE BROS,
1(8 Montgomery st., ban Francisco, Cal,
THE PROBLEM SOLVED. •- b. ;- .
PROFITABLE FARMING.
CHEAP TRANSPORTATION. .
ONLY .0 MILKS FROM SToCKTON.
HEALTHFL I, CLIMATE
DELIGHTFUL HO * ES.
GOOD CROPS WITH on WITHOUT IRRIGA-
TION.
I OCA ACRES ON SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY
1 — OU Railroad. ■■■ near Escalun, San Joaquin
County, Cal., under statils.aus canal; level ».n 1
fertile; sultaole to alfalf**, sugar beets, grain, fruit
< Including oiauges), ve.etables.'etc.
Subdivisions of lo acres or more. .
Price $-5 per a* re and upward.
.-_ .FEE BROS.. 108 Montgomery »L, S. F.
AX THE SANTA CRUZ MOUNTAIFS.
: "Cl 1 r\f\C\ A WELL- KNOWN HEALTH
tJP-L 1 .VJVJVJ. and pleasure resort, in .aula Cruz
Mountains for saie: doing goo I business: 28 acres
of lan:, wtn camplnr .-ies. redwood grov.s,
»pr.ng', etc; 10 acies under cultivation: 2 mi'.ei
fiom railroad, enl on main county road: sale *T
brt.f interest, or au exebauge would be considered ;
luv.siig-te this.
--■Ei- BROS., ICB Montgomery St., S. F.
A MONEY-MAKING PROPERTY.
A VINEYARD OF AN ESTATE
BROUGHT TO THE PAYING POINT.
READY FOR AN - INTELLIGENT - WINE-
MAKER.
I Q_> ACRES NEAR SONOMA, 40 MILE"
IO*) from San Francisco; 54.000 young, thrifty
bearing vines, with a.cotiage home, wine-cellar
and all oilier buildings necessary or convenient for
wine-making and farming; a del gntful home in a '■
delightful climate and neighborhood.
For sale cheap, by order of the
t'N lON TRUST COM PA Y.
AN EXCHANGE FOR CITY PROPERTY
would be entertains i. -; ;
Apply to . McAFEE BROTHERS,
108 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
ATTENTION, VISITORS.
SEE FAIR OAKS,
THE GEM COL iNY O. CALIFORNIA,
IN SACRAMENTO COUNTY',
BEFOKE RETURNING EAST.
99fifi ACRES SOLD IN 18 MONTHS; 1500
£-U\JVJ acres planted to oranges and olives:
only 2i/z mi es staging. •
. Train v_ a depot at Sacramento at 5:50 a. it.
and 3:15 v. m. Fare— Round trip $1 20, via Fol-
som Railroad.
GOOD HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS.
FARM, FIELD A FIRESIDE, proprietors,
Chicaso, 111.
EDWIN K. ALSII'A CO.. Western Managers,
29, second floor, Mills bui ding, San Francisco,
and 1016 Fourth Btreet, Sacramenta
F..A..1..R.. ..0..A..K..5..
HEADQUARTERS,
29 Second floor, Mills building, Kan Francisco.
EDWIN K. ALSIP A CO., Western managers.
HOTEL FOR SALE— AT JACKSON, AMA-
dor County; situated center of Main street:
40x90 feet; lot, 133 fset back of building; good
I bar, 2 pti lors, 24 rooms, electric lights through-
j out; must be sold by September 1; doln: exce lent
j business; ' rents for $75 per month; come and see
this bargain: prl c $6500: part cash. GEO. W.
MoRRoW, real estate ajent, Jackson, CaL
mj^ririrv FINE MOUNTAIN HOME; OVER-
VxUvV. looking Capay Valley. Yo o County;
1 mile from school; 2V^ miles from R. R. and p
O. : 620 acres; 3 seres in bearing orchard; roomy
2-story house and barns; fine water: if sold at
I onco 1 span horses, 7 bead cattle, farming imple-
ments, poultry and hay will be Included. Ad-
dress JACOB C WINTER, Broods P. 0., Yolo
County, CaL -V "..b'-7” V
OR SALE-FRUIT RANCH OF 160 ACRES;
1400 trees: 16 acres vines; -a house and furni-
ture: barn and farming implements; near Lotus,
El Dorado County. Address A. H. PECK, 608
Ninth sL, Oakland, CaL
OMES FOR ALL.
HOMES FOB ALL.
situated in one of the finest fruit sections of
this State. . . _f_ - f .'.. - '"-
Make yourself Independent by buying a small
fruit tract; 10-acre tracts of fine fruit land near
Auburn, Placer County ; $5 down and 95 monthly
without Inte, est: over 600 acres already sad and
cultivated.
JACoB HEYMAN, owner, 11 Montgomery st.
A NICE PLACE NEAR THE FAMOUS
Napa Soda springs for sale, as owner is- n-
-j gaged in city business. If you want a good pay-
ing place apply for lull partlcu nn of Mr. Ray-
] mo d of SHAINWALD, BUCKBEE A CO., 218
| Montgomery st.
VTA PA VALLEY FARM 77 ACRES: ALL UN-
-i.l der cultivation: good d chard: new 9-room
house, barn and outbuildings; well stocked with
Implements; wagons, horses, cows and chickens;
located 4 miles south of Napa: bait mile from
Thompson- station; will sell at half cost to close
ac estate; or will rent to a good party who will
buy sock. D. BRUToN, 206 Sacramento st.
FOR SALE-BARGAIN; 4V» ACRES; 1 MILE
from Petaluma; flue home. Owner, 335 Fell.
I ITTLE HOMES CLOSE TO TOWN; IM-
Ij proved: easy terms: also 4 to 12-acre pieces
on 8 aud 10 years' credit D. H. TWING, So-
noma City; every Monday at 63- Market St., S F
PROPERTY TO EXCHANGE.
fI«E AN ACRE: 1«80 ACRES TIMBER; GOOD
«jp«J AN ACRE: fruit: ACRES TIMBER; GOOD
O for . took or fruit: plenty water. M.. box 40.
PROPERTY WANTED.
EXCHANGE-CLEAR, IMPROVED FARM;
'-10 acres; house, barn, orchard ; near Ukiah:
value $6000: for i city property or smaller im-
pioved farm nearer to San Francisco. Address P.
■ti,, box 60, Call. > ■■',-_■. »
PROPOSALS.
PROPOSALS TO FURNISH HOUR HOSE
wagons for use of the Fire Department.—
of tbe clerk of the Board of supervisors ot tbe city
and county of san Francisco, July 13, 1897.
ln accordance with resolution No. 16.739 (third
series) of the Hoard of Supervisors SEALED PhO-
PoSALSwlll |be received in open session of tho
Boaid of supervisors ou <■ MONDAY AFTER-
NOON, July 19. 1807, from 2:30 to 3 o'clock, for
the manufacture and delivery of lour (4) hose
wagons for use of the Fire Department. The said
wagons to be of the same kind and make as ibe
one now In servue with Engine Company No. 2
at No. 410 Bush street, and in st* let accordance
with specifications to be seen at the Fire ! epari-
meut Corporation - Yard, No. 62 -Sacramento
streeL Said hose wagons to be appro ved by the
Chief I ugineerof tne Fire Depart and the
Committee on Flre Depai tment of the Board of
supervisors. ■ • « •- ..-■*: . „---
..NOTH E.— Bidders will estimate and state a
price for wnlch they will manufacture and deliver
the four (4) hose wagons, complete In every par-
ticular and ready tor use to . the Board of Fire
Co nimis lioner.*, to be furnished w.thln 70 days
from the signing of the conti act; and if not so
furnished the sum of $10 per day to be deduct* tl
from the contract price for, each' and every day
over and above said period until furnished and de-
livered to the Klre Department.
■ The party to whom ihe contract is awarded will
be required,' prior to or at the time of the execu-
tion of the contract, to I pay the cc st of advertising
this notice In three dally n wspapers. .
. In order to preserve uniformity and to facilitate
the award the Board has resolved to receive no
bids unless made upon bank forms prepared by
the committee, and a certified check for the sum
of $1000 deposited by the dder with aud made
able to the Clerk of the Board, conditioned that
if the ; proposal be accepted - and , the - contract
awarded, and If the bidder shall fail or neglect to
pay the printing charges, execute the contract and
give tn*- required bond within six days after, the
sum shall be paid Into the City and County Treas-
ury by said Clerk ' as liauldated damages for snch
failure and neglect. .
.V Blanks furnished by the Clerk. : . - ■■•'-.••'*
. ' The Board reserv -s the right to reject al I bl s if
tbe public good so require. ■<;..;:-
- „7. , _, " . '... JNO. A. RUSSELL, C erk. :
' PHYSICIANS. ...■■[■
DR. C.C.O'DoNNELL;'I2O6 MARKET, RES
2864 «sih st. ; diseases ol women a specially,
'''''■ ■ " .
OAKLAND ADVERTISEMENTS
OFFICE— OOB BROADWAY.
OAKLAND REAL ESTATE.
©O^'flft -ON 24TH ST., NEAR SAN
VP^OVIVJ. Pablo avenue, cottage of 6 rooms,
bath and barn; lot 50.100; rents for $18 per
month; call ai onre, as tbU will not remain open
long. a. j. SNYDKR <fc CO., real estate and
financial agents, 467 Ninth St., Oakland,' Cal.
<ft _ 0 ( . TWO-S.ORY HOISE, 6 ROOMS
xiP^.\iVV. and bath. 25'.h st., near drove; lot
50x100. must be sfcld: rented. A. J. SNYDER &
X.0., 467 Ninth st., fa-laud, Cal. • •
CjQflfi ADELINE ST.; 5 ROOMS; LOT 25x
xPOVVJ. 100; bargain. A. J. BNYDER& CO.,
467 Ninth at.. Oaklaud, Cal.
< ftl_^ .n LUH I^': HALF BLOCK FROM
*$jAVOV. Adeline station: Lorin now in
"Greater Oakland"; SO minutes to San Fran-
cisco: worth 82200; rented for $12 per month :
lot 50x120: house, 6 rooms and , bath; basement
finished off: nice carden; call at once. A. J.
SNYDER & CO.. 467 Ninth St., Oakland, Cal.
WO HOUSES, 6 AND 6 BOOMS ' KESPECT
lvely; lot 100x125: on prominent corner
Linden st. ; reduced to $2800: mvi.be sold. A.
J. SNYDER _fc CO., 467 Ninth St., Oakland, Cal.
• ffij OCA FRONT FOOT, ON TELEGRAPH
WOO aye.: call at once. A. J. SNYDER <fc CO.,
467 Ninth St.. Oakland. ...
Cj-IA A FOOT; BET. GBOVE AND TELE-
«U) 1" graph ayes.; 5 minutes' work to center of
business community; surrounding property gelling
ats«oafoo. A. J. bNYDiJR «fc CO., 467 Ninth
St., Oakland, Cal.
<S»U(\ A FOOT, . WORTH $75; "CALL AT
tJpvJV/ once" and Inspect tbis property, a* It is
most, certainly a bargain. A. J. nNYDi.it A CO.,
467 Ninth St., Oakland, Cal.
ffljOK A FOOT— UN THIRTY-sECOND ST.,
iipiO near Telegraph aye. A. J. SNYDER &
CO., 467 Ninth st., Oaklaud, Cal
Ct j Of. WILL BUY A LOT 25x100 1 BLOCK
tp x iO eas: of Telegraph aye., 111 "Greater Oak-
land." A. J. SN YDER A CO., 467 Nltnh St., Oak-
land, Cal. -•''••-'.■■
WE HAVE JUST OPENED UP THAT BEAU-
'" tiful tract 01 elevaio.l iota, situated in a grow-
■ ing j art of Berkeley. Grading, mucadamizin:
I'.n 1 sewering com p.et-e, and are prepaied sell
110 s for instalments or cash It is advisable for
anyone thinking of buying to inspect this property
. fore 'buying e.'sewheri-. Send for map. Com-
fortable hingle and double seat* d conveyances 10
any of the thousands of pieces Of properly on our
books. A. J, SNYDER A C 0.., Real Estate and
1 Inane Agents, 467 Ninth st. Oakland, Cal.
EXECUTOR'S SALE— THE UNDERSIGNED,
executor cf the estato of G. O. Larsen, de-
ceased, gives notice that the executors 01 sail
estate have, by the fruperior Court of Alameda
County, Cal., b en ordered to sell a*, private sale
10 the hignest bidder fur cash the f* Mowing de-
fcri bed real estate in the city of Oakland, Ala-
meda County, (7a!.. or so mv: h thereof as may be
necessary 10 pay the debts of sad estate.
First— Lot at the southwest corner of Eighth and
Ante st eels, being 27 feel on Eighth street b/ 75
fret on Alice street, with cottage thereon. No. --'51
Eighth street.
1 Second— Lot on southerly Une'ofElsh h street, 27
I feet west from Alice str.e:, thence west 24 feet by
south 75 feet, with cottage thereon. No. 255
Eighth street.
Third— Lot on westerly Hn'* of Alice st., 75 feet
southerly fr- m high. St., thence ■«. 25 by \V. 75
fen. with cottage tncreon. No 863 Alice s\
Fonrta— Lot on westerly line of Market st.,
276 feet northerly from northerly line of Twenty-
second hi., hence northerly 28 by. W. 126 feet,
with dwelnng-hous^ thereon. No 16-9 Market st.
Fifth— Lot on westerly line of Jlaue; si., 251
feet northerly from Twenty-second st., then
northerly 25 feet by W. 125 feet, with cottage
thereon. ■ No. 16.7 Market st.
.ales to be made subject to confirmation by the
cour..
Intending purchasers of any one or more of said
parcels are Invited to call on or submit bl Is to
wm.m^ Hatfield, i-xecutor.
Or SOI. CALDERWOOD, Agent,
yy 328 San Pablo avenue, Oakland.
ALLENDALE TRACT-HALF A ORE LOTS
for $375— 520 cash, balance $10 monthly;
on'y a few left and must be closed out at once:
street* all traded: some macadamized: 3 electric
roads and fine schoolhouse near; site, climate and
soil the best; nice houses on tract and surround-
ings: carriage free. (.'all at 459 N'L.th St., bet.
Broadway and Washington st. H. Z. JONES,
Owner.
'1-STORY ROADHOUSE IN GOOD CONDI-
i tion. with sevegal rooms, bedroom, barroom,
large dining-room: nicely furnished; nice garden:
summer-houses; good location for hotel or sum-
mer re-ort. Apply Call Office.
VJARGAIN— FORSALE BY EXECUTOR; LOT
O 60x150; house of 8 rooms; all rooms sunny;
fine location in i-.ast Oakl.nd, with barn, cnlcken-
bbu.es, etc streetcar line passes bouse; fifteen
minutes of Broadway; $4000 cash offered a short
time ago: will be sold for $3500 If app led for m-
| mediately. Apply to J. W. MOSS, 958 Broadway,
Oakland. 1;....'. y,y ,y.
I OTS $ICO EACH-81 DOWN AND $1 PER
[ J -> week: Melrose station; streetcars: local train.
150 lots near German Old People's Home.' H.
B. FINNEY; 902 Broadway, Oakland.
ffl*.;'fl CASH. BALANCE MONTHLY IN-
«IP —OV stallments as Two-story house of
9 rooms and bath; marble manteis: stationary
was. .muds: cor. Pearl and Bray ayes , Ka-it Oak-
lend; lot 75x115: price $2000. 459 Ninth st, Oak-
land, bet. Broadway aud Washington- su; H. Z.
JONES, owner. -
GET A CHOICE, HEALTHFUL HOME 81TB
while prices are low: lots $100 to $150 at
Fitchburg. beyond fruitvale; the best property
for ' investment now offereJ; local trains anl
electric cars: 10 minutes to Oakland and . 6 to
San Francisco; splendid climate, out; of damp
belt: soil excellent for gardening: very best water
lacilitles; good school: terms to suit. Before buy-
ing in this locality see tha owner of tbis property
CM. 1 : UNKLE M 5y 3 fcauuigtoa •_., upa'-airs,
room 28. Oaklan.l. lal.
FKUITVALE REAL ESTATE.
HOMES IN BEAUTIFUL FRUITVALE.
$2250— bargain; only 2 blocks from
Fruitvale station; beautlfu. cottage, colonial style,
with toner 011: 5 .urge rooon; porcelain batbtuo;
sanitary plumbing; wash trays, fine mantel, ar.
glass; 7- foot basement; chicken- ■ large cor-
ner ot, all fenced; ilty water and seweraze com-
plete. H. A. PLEITNER, Fruitvale station, Cal.
$-<AAA $150 0 SH: BAL MONTHLY IN-
iVJVJVJ . stallments ss rent: cottage of 6 rooms
and bath: large hall: fine mantel; high basement;
barn, chicken-houses, fruit trees; lot 70x1*0. H.
A. PLEITNER, Frul.vale station. Cal.
$1 (.Kfl COTTAGE OF FIVE ROOMS AND
OI ( OV'. bath: 2 chicken-bouses: artesian
well, windmill and tank; fine fruit and flower*;
lot 50x160: : $250 cash, balance 00 your own
terms. H. A. PLEITNER, Fruitvale sta lon, Cal.
l/_»/lA ONE ACKE OF SANDY LOAM:
*J. J DULf. cottaje 6f 4 rooms and basement,
nearly new; bar.i: chicken-houses: brooder-house;
good well and lorce pump. H. A. PLEITNER,
Fruitvale station, CaL
flk'l OAA $100 CASH ANDSI6 PERMONTH:
fjpxiivv. cottage of 5 rooms and bath: 4
rooms in basement; 10. 30x100 feet: only 2 blocks
from Twenty-third-aye. station. H. A. PLEIT-
NER, Fruitva c station. Cal.
BEAUTIEUL: FRUITVALE.
We have 6 elegant * ottsges for sale cheap and
on terms 10 suit purchasers: price fiom $800 to
$1*00; buy a home In this growing suburb. Ap-
ply to BASSETT BROS.. Fruitvale station.
BEAUTIFUL LOTS, .ALL SIZES, CHEAP; 3
blocks from Fruitvale station:, sewers: water;
street work done: church and school near; ! half a
block trom San Leandro eiectric road. Inquire of
owner. J. TOBLKR. 1238 Bray aye.
ALAMEDA ADM.-MBN-S
,i. ' ■ .
ALAMEDA KEAL ESTATE-
ffi. -I jfifi LOT 25x163; COTTAGE, 6 ROOMS
rjPlTUl.'. and bath; Park-it. business prop-
erty ; this is the chance of a ceu tory. '
©rtinn LOT 35x100: $300 CABH,. $1800
riP — xVJVJ. can remain on mortgage; housj of 7
rooms and bath; on fine avenue.
0291 f\f\ LOT 80x125; MODERN COTTAGE
(?*-l'H». of 5 rooms and bath; $50 cash, $20
per month. 7 ;.'"-';.■■ .f-.-
S9QAA LOT 40x150; FINE NEW COT-
wi OVJVI. tage. 6 rooms and bath: $150 cash,
$26 per mouth; s.iap; near station aad school.
© 9 fin A LOT 37:6x108; ELEGANT NEW
uIOOVVi corner cottage: 7 rcoms and bath;
$100 cash and $30 per month. . . •
UtfiAAA WORTH $8500; LOT 65x167: ONE
tjnOUUVJ. of , tha Deal corners on Central aye.:
elegant house of 12 rooms; flne grounds and fruit
trees; $4000 can remain on mortgage. -
HOUSES TO LET AND BUILT TO ORDER
on the Installment plan.
H. P. MoREAL & CO.,
*' 1432 Park st-, Alameda, Cal. .
A BARGAIN. „ \
For sale— Cash or installments, cottage of 5
rooms: modern improvements, ■ high basement
aud v-sior*' barn;- lot 50x100; W. side of street,
near Bay station. : Apply 1512 Railroad aye., Ala-
meda. 7 ;,'-'."-. 5:.7 : __
LINE RESIDENCE; CORNER LOT; $9000;
A reluced to J 6.00. - - •
-7.oo— Beautiful home: large lot; great bargain
$6000. ";--•-.- - r
$1800— 7 rooms: lot 50x150: easy terms.
E. D. JUDD A CO., 1424 Park st., Alameda.
FOB KALE— LARGE LINE OF Br AUTIFUL
homes from $1400 to $12000: also fine un-
improved property: choice locations; send for de-
scriptive lisu . E. D. JUDD A CO., 1424 Park st,
Alameda.' -.<:.-' - -• .....,-=,..,., . .
b v BERKELEY REAL bLSTA/rE.b
GALL UPON OR WRITE US IK YOU WANT
to buy- a home or rent a house In beautiful
Berkeley. O. G. Ax AY A CO., 21.3 Center st. •
POCKET MAP OF BEAUTIFUL BERKELEY
up to -date: price t>oc, For sale by JOS. J.
MA .UN, real estate,
__H_Ba__£__ifina_»_____)__- - • - -
.b£ TOKAGE *
AT LOWBATES-FUBNITURE. CARPETS,
pianos, household goods; clean,' light com-
partments; advances made. J. NOON an, 1017
to 1023 Mission st.. above sixth: open evenings.
ÜBNITUKK PIANOS, r TU.-ADVANCES,
packing, shipping. CjHAS LTA YL0R, 204 Post.
MAKIUAGK LICENSES.
Ths following marriage ; lirens's luv. best
issued by tbe County Clerk's ofilce: -
George Bhein and' Mary J- Leharte. 41 — 22.
E. H, Kas and Cbarlot.e Van Der Naiilen. 2s-19.
T. H. Brady aid Mamie Dougherty. 28— 22,
W. J. Dermod.- and Florence E. Mllue, 28— 17.
1 F. C. hsetleiigar and Mazgie I. McCato. 2b— 2o.
A- M. Tnomson and Reb.cca Harston", 31— 2 d.
George C Dup-aand Carrie Harbaugli, 24— _0.
vv ilium 8. Wood and .*r.ha ES. Dletz, SO— l9
H L I-inz Jr. and Nina Oupenheimer, 24— 23.
J. J. oulli'an aud Ella A. Dirmodv, 5.2-21.
Alb.it Hintermanu and Sophie I'lesrh. 26—22.
Rooert Wooleyand Sarah M. vv'ehb. 48-55.
C. C. Anderson and Martha E. Walker. 31-27.
Charts* Jacoosen and Ail aM. Rlnghem. 27— 2 .
BIRTHS— 3IARIHAGES— PEATO,
TBtrtb, marrlaga and death no:le?s ssntby mall
will not be inserted. They mus: be handed in as
either of the publication otJi.es and be In I on. 1
with tbo name and rejldencs of persons authoriisl
to have the aame publi- hei. I
BOBN.
BILL— In Alameda, June S3, 1.97, to the wife of
M; E. Hill, a daughter.
LEHMAN— Iir this city, July 14, 1897, to the
wife of Max Le iman, a son.
MURKEN-July 8, 1897, to the wife of A. H.
Murken. a daughter.
THELLER— July 3,1897. to tha wife of G. P.
Thell-r Jr. n son.
31 A- - iiiSJ.
bCHRODER— GRaNEY-Iu this city, June 8,
JBH7. at St. Patri k's Church, by the , Rev.
FathT Keane, Wi.liam D. scnrodar aud Kate
A. Graney. .- '„_>.
STALEY-GRAHAM-ln this city. Juue 27.
1897, at the home of th* br.de's parents iw tne
Rev. J. Anthony Mitchel . Frauk N. sfaley and
'. Anna M. Graham. ' -.-—.' '". ?7
WOODWORTH— HILTON— In thii city, June 23,
1897, by the Key. E. J. Lioa of .t. Stephen's
Church, Byron L Woo I worth a n 1 Anna Blanch*
lilton, both of san r'ranci-.<'o.
hied.
Battye, Henry - Lineha i.Mri. Elizabeth
L'hr. lien. Joseph Mcl a in. Gathering
Craumer. Jac.u F. Moran, Mary
Flood, Aiics Murphy. Margaret
Ford. Bridget 71 una , 1 i uo.liy
Fraser, Marifarel J, Natsmith, i.avin
oeraghty, Annie Pec^, Bernhard
Jaufi* H ll. M. Phcl.n. Margaret
Jarv.e. isibella H. Schi liner, Joseph
Leuthold, Mrs. Anna Uokenstein, Otto C, A.
BATTYE— In Sou'h San Francl .co. July 13. ISD7.
Henry d.-arly beloved husband of Jennie Battre.
and father of Dsvid. Charles. Henry, May anl
Hazel Ba'.iv c, a native of Canada, a?ed 48 years.
|u».t (Canada) papers please copy.j
A__r* Friends and acquaintance! are respect-
fully lnvued to attend tbe mv . ral TO-MORROW
(Friday), at 2 o'clock p. it.", from his late resi-
dence. 13,17 Fourteenth nvenue sou:h, so.ith
San Francisco. Interment Laurel Hill Ceme-
tery.
CHRETIEN-In this city. July 13. 1837. Joss.i.
Chretien, a native uf Lucey. Department ofthe
Meurtne. Frince. nged 86 years '
_B"The funeral will taks nlacs THIS DAY
(Thursday), at 2 o'clock r. m., from his late
residen. e, 719 Oreen street.
CRAUMER— In this city, July 13, 1897, Jacob
F., ne loved husband of Mary Craumer, a native
of Baltimore, Md., aged 68 years. «.-
S__~Friends aua acauaint*nc3-! ars respsof.-
fully invited to auend tue funeral THIS DA i"
(Thursday), at 10 o'clock a. m.. from the par-
lors of H. C. Porter <fi Co., 122 Eddy _. roe:.
Interment private. y y^'-;' r T \':. ■■
FLOOD— In this city, July 13. 1897. Alice, be-
loved .daughter of tbe lale Jonn and tne lute
Annie Flood, and sister of the law Wlille anl
John Flo.id, a na.ivd of San Fraucisco, aged 20
years 4 month! anl 13 days. •
_X8 p "FrienJ.. and acquaintance! are respect-
fully Invite 1 to attend tho funeral THIS DAY
(Thursday), at 2 o'clock p. tt.. from tha par-
lors of the Pae Undertakers, 777 Missl vi
BATES-*URNITURE. CARPETS,
household goods; clean, light corn-
advances made. J. NOONaN, 1017
lon st, above sixth: open evenings.
RK PIANOS r TV.- ADVANCES.
iilppinif. CHAS LTA V Loli, '.'o4 Post.
-KIUAGE LICENSES.
<r\nz marriage llrens'i liivs bes 1
( County Clerk's otlice:
em and Mary I* Leharte. 41— 2-2.
and i harlot o Van i)er NaiTcn. 2s-39.
y a id Mamie _>oueiirr:y. 2S — '-".'.
nod- - and Florence E. Milne, 2b— l7.
auger and Miugie I. Me.ii »-. _5 — "0.
Tison and Reb.cca Harstone, 31 — 2b.
Dupaand Carrie Harbau^n, 2 4— -0.
Wood and K.r.ha B Dletz, 30—39
r. Jr. and Nina Oppenh.imer. _!4-23.
•an and Ella A. Dirmodv. J2-21.
itermanu and Sophie I'lesrh. 26—2-.
H)ley and Sarah M M'ehb. 48-55.
rson and Martha E. WalKer. 31 — 21.
coosen a^idAH « M. Hincnern. 27 — 2 ,
-MARRIAGES— MAT-ll
rrlage aud death notices sent by mall
ns.ried. They mus: be handed ln as
i publication offlces and beinlursel
ie and residence o: persons atithoriui
lame publi*. he i. |
BOBN.
lameda, June '-'-', 1.97, to tbe wife of
a daughter.
Irr this city, July 14, 1897, to ILe
x Le iman, a sou.
July 8, 1897, to the wife or A. H.
daughter.
-July 3,1897. to the wife of O. r.
. » son.
SA- -i-i _*.
l-GR.i N V— In this city, June 8,
st. Patri -k's rhurch. by tb- Rev.
sane, Wi.liam I). . curoder aud Kate
,
jRAHAM-In this city. Juue 21.
c lioiue of th; br de's parents by tba
ithony Mitchel , Frauk N. -taley and
J ran am.
ITH— HILTON- l n thi* city, June 38,
lie Key. E. J. Lion of Ct M»-ph-n's
nou L Woo I worm .* n I _ma Blanch*
th of Sun r '.at: "i ,.- ).
i , i —■
DIED.
torv Liuehan, Mri. Elizabeth
foseph Mcl a in. Catherins
fact* v F. Moran, Mary
:s Murphy. Margaret
get Muria , liuo.by
ruare; J, Nalsmitb. uavm
Annie I'ec-t, Bernhard
M. I'hel.-n MarKare;
belia H. t.ehi luer. Joseph
Mrs. Anna Unkenstein, Otto C. A.
In SouhSan Francisco. July 1 77 I WJ.
.rly beloved husband of Jennie Battre.
rof Dsviil. Charles. Henry, May ani
19 c, a native of Canada, ai;ed 4 . years,
ada) papers please copy. |
ids nnd acquaintances are respfi-
•d to attenl the tun.rai TO-MORROW
it 2 o'clock p. m.. from his late resi-
-57 Fourteenth avenue s-U-b. bo.v h
:isco. luterment, Laurel Hill lem.
:-In this cltr. Jul/ 13. 1837. Jose.-'n
» nativu of Lucey. Department of he
.' rince, aged H6 years
funeral will iak. placs THIS DAY
). at 2 o'clock r. tt., from his lais
719 Gree il sireet.
—In this city, July 13. 1897, Jacob
I hush .nd of .nary Craumer, a native
ire, Md.. aged 88 years,
ids a., i acquaintances are respec-.-
>d to auend tne tundra' THIS DA i
), a; 10 o'clocK a. m.. from the pai-
C. l'or.er A Co., 12'- Eddy s.reet.
private,
this clt*r, July 13. 1897. Alice, be -
_;hterof tbe late Jonn and ttie h.ie
od, and sis'.er of the late Wine anl
d,« nanva of San Fraucisco, azed 20
inths anl 18 days,
ids ana acquaintances are respect -
sl to attend tho funeral THI'. i> \ .
). at 2 o'clock p. v.. from th 9 par-
e Pae fl ■ Undertakers, 777 uisii > i
street, thence to t. Punch's Church for serv-
ices. | Interment Mount Calvary Cemetery,
FORD— In this City. July 13, 1897. Bridget, be-
loved wife of the . i'jom is Fori, moaner of
Ihomas J., James P., Charles L Ford and Mr*.
Catherine Ames aad the late Joseph A. lord,
.and sisierof Mrs. Mary .Kerrigan, a native of
• lr. lani, ?eJ 61 years. [Savannah (Ga.) anl
Mobile (A'a ) papeis please copy. I !
fijJ-Frlends and acquaintance! are resoec.-
folly lovltoi to attend tie funeral THIS D V V
(Thursdays at 8:30 o'clock a. m.. from ber lata
resilience, 635 Ellis street, near Lamm, thence
to St. Mary'_ Cat he l ral, where asolemn requiem
mass will be celebrated for tbe repose •>.'
her soul,' commencing at 9 o'clock a. _l. lu-
ferment Holy Cross cemetery.
FRASER— in thl* city, July 13, 1897, Margaret
J., dearly ' beloved wife of Thomas Fras-'r, an I
motner of. Sadie A., John A.. Thomas 11. and
Corlstlna C. Fri.sr, » native of 'Picon Count
Nova Scotia, aged 33 years, [I'.ctou (Nova
bcotia) papers pleas* copy. J
' ' JK_TFrionds and acoualntanoes are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral THIS i*A.'
■". (Thursday), at 1' o'clock P. tt.. from' her late
residence, 11. Union street. Interment Cy-
press Lawn Cemetery.
GI.BAGHTY— this city, Jnl7 1?. 1817. Annie.
beloved wile of the late Michael Geraghty, and
moth-rof Peter Thomas, Hu.h. Edward and
Mary Gerazhty. a native of County Mayo, Ire-
lan l. age . 4- years 6 mourns and _ days.
JGTFrleaus and acquaintances are respec*-
fnlly Invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Thursday), at 9:45 o'clock a. m., from the par-
lors of the Pacific Undertakers, '777 Mission
street, ,ween Third and Fourth, thence to
St. Patrick* Church for services.' Interment
Holy Cross Cemetery, by train.
JAMES— In Toronto, Canada. July 12. 189.7. 11.
M.. husband of Mary 1- James of Memphis,
Term., aod father of Mrs. George R. bneath of
ban Fraucisco.
JARVIE-In this city, July 18, 1897. Isabella
Hlnton, oeloved wife of Alexander Jar vie, and
mother ot Alexander 8., Stir.ie, Isabel and .It- a i
- J. Jarvis, a native of Eugian 1, aged 55 yean.
. [New York and Kansas City papers please cony.
gy Friends an! acquaintances are resnec -
fol.y invited to attend the funeral. THIS DAY
(Thursday), at 2 o'clock p. m.. • from the par-
, ' lors of cAvoy A Co.. 1235 Market street.
luterment I. O. O. F. Cemetery. ...
LEUTHOLD— In St. Helena, July 14, 1197, Mrs.
Anns, beloved wife of tha late William . Liu-
ihold, anl mother of Mrs. 1. Paulson. Mrs.
Charles >ss aul Walter Leutcold, a native of
Zurich. Switzerland, aged 58 years and 2 days.
LINEHAN— There will be a solemn requiem mass
for tue repose of the soul of Mrs. <-;izab«iri
Linehan at st. Patrick's Church THIS DAY
(Thursday), at 8 o'clock a. m. sharp. FrienJs
and acquaintances are respectfully invited to
attend. ;yyy.y
McCANN— In ths city, July J 3, 1897. Catherine,
beloved wife of Joseph McCaun, and sister of
Mary A. Bell, a native of the parish of Ballin-
garrr. County Tipperary, Ireland, age! 40 years.
BSTFrlends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral TO-MORROW
(Friday), at 8:30 o'clock a. m.. from her lata
residence. 72 Natoma s.reel. thence to St. Pat-
rick's Church, Mlsson street, where a requiem
high mass will b • celebrated for the .repose of
ber soul, commencing at 9 o'clock a- si., Inter*
meat Holy Cross Ceme;ery.
MOHAN— In thlscity, July 1?. 1837. Mary, be-
loved wife of Michael Moran, and sister or Mrs.
Owen Gorm.n and William and Katy Kelly,
a naciv- ot sllevrue, Count/ Kilkenny, Ireland,
aged 35 years. - ■'.'
" *3~ Remains at the parlors of J. C. O'Connor
A Co.. 767 Mission street.
MUBPHY— Needle. Cal.. JOly 13. 1837. Mar-
garet, beloved wife of Matthew Murphy, molner
of James Murphy, and -sister of Mrs. Mary
O'D.nnell and john, Antho iy, Patrice. Martin
and Kitty Moran. a native of Crossuiol.ua,
County Mayo, Ireland, aged 35 years, ,
tß_r Friends and acquaintances ar. resp-.c -
foliy Invited to attend tne funeral THIS DAY
(Thursday), at 8:.0 o'clock a. m., from the resi-
dence of her si -ter Mrs. M. O'Do.mell. 835
Minna street, thence to St. Joseph's Church,
where a solemn requiem mass will be
I celebrate! forthe repose | of her soul, commenc-
ing at 9 o'clock. Interment Holy Cross Ceme-
■ . 'tery. -.-.'■■■
MUBBAY— In th's city.' July 13,1897. Timo: hy.
heiove.i husband of < atherlne Murray, and
.father of D J.. Jv*sie and Nellie -Murray and .he
late J. Murray and Mrs. D. Breslln, a native of
Uouncv Cork, Ireland, aged 72 years.
- 4_J- Friends and. acquaintances are respect-
folly Invited to attend ths funeral THIS i;.v i"
(Thursday), at 9:30 o'clock a. m.. from his la c
reiiuence. 0 t_umuer stree., off Howard, n-ar
Eighth, thence to fet. Joseph's Church, where a
requiem high mass will be celebrated ior this
repose of his soul, commend at 10 o'clock
A.U. Interment Mount Calvary Cemetery.
NAISMITH— In Oakland. Jnly 13, 1897; Gavin,
husband of Amelia Nai«ralth. and father of Mrs.
John Wood and William R.. Guy. May and
Addie Naismith, a native of Scotland,, aged 58
years audi . days.
FECK— in . this city. July 14. 1897. Bernhar*l
Peck, a native of Germany, aged 53 years.
JO*Frlends. and acquaintance! are respect-
fully invited io attend the funeral TO-MORROW
(Friday), -at- 7:45 o'clock a. m.. from tha par-
lors of Gantner & oun.z, 8 and 10 City Hall
square, tbence io a . Boniface Church, .Golden
*; Ga.e avenue, b^iween; Jones and Leavenworth
streets, where a s_lemii requiem mass whi Da
'-" celebrated for the repose of his soul, commencing
\at 8 o'clock a. it Inierment Holy Cross Ceme-
tery. "■"..'.-'
PHELAN-In thisclty, July 14. 1897, Margaret,
beloved daughter of Peter and Nora I'aelan.
a native of San Francisco, aged 0 mouths aad 28
; .daya ;- : " -: y '---;. . -',; .y " :
SCHILLIGEK-In this city. July 1 4.' 1897. Joseph, .
beloved son of Joseph and Lena . Ohilliger, a ua-
tiva or ban Fraucisco. aged 1 day.
UNKENSTEIN-In 'his city. July 11. 1897. Otto
C. A.Uakensteln. a native of Germany, a^ed 55
■-'■ year*. ■■'-"■ '■' ':'■'■• '.:■■,*
Kir Friends and acquaintances and comrades of
Garfield- Post No. -4. If- A. it., and auxiliary
: associations are respectfully iuvlied to attend
tbe funeral THIS DaY (Tbur day); at 2 o'clock
p. tt.. from Alcazar buildinir, JiO O'Farrell
street. Interment Na'.lonat cemetery. Hem in
at parlors of A. W. Mama A Co., 118 Geary
-.-■ street ».*-.' r -. ■ ; :;Viv-.7*i.';.> j-: ''-.y
* ■ 'i
. MCAVOY & CALLACHER,; \
FUNERAL DIRECTORS & £3IBALUKBS',|
20 Fifth St., Opp. Lincoln School. i
* . -' Telephone South 80. I.
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