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HOUSES TO LET.
QQ 5-ROOM HOUSE: BEST FOR THE
1* KJ- money: healthy; tine view. Greenwich
1 nd Kearny sis.
VIODEHN HOUSE; 8 ROOMS AND BATH:
i - *? en3<,nl: newly painted and tinted; facing
< arfleld sq, JBrei Twenty-fifth st. and Treat aye.
Apply MADISON & BURKE.
VFYV HOUSE: 32 uK 16 KOuMrs; ALL _
v , ,?t /: , , l ?; 0 ., e lrance 1 - A PP'V GEORGE YON
MLR, 1153 Howard st„ bet. Seventh and Eighth.
HOUSE OF 6 ROOMS. YYTTH MODERN Im-
provements: rent $12. Apply 681 Vis shotwell.
KLONOVVF. fii\j lD
, „ .. Will rent homes at BALDWIN & HoWELL.
.0 Montgomery 5t.:., -
-t3.-| C FINE HOUSE TO LET.; 6 ROOMS;
<J 1«J. water free. 231, Morris aye.. nr. Sixth.
FURNISHED HOUSES.
VL« N £ SHED h °U*E OF 8 ROOMS. RENT
1 *36: flat of 3 large rooms, furnished or uufur-
nisned. $18. 1717 Webster st.
COTTAGES TO LET.
/COTTAGE. 5 ROOMS; LATEST IN' PROVE.
Yy ments: large stable. 828 Hampshire, near
I wenty-tirst.
•i 1 1 bay-window cottage 4 ROOMS;
0 11. water fie ». 11l Collins St., near Geary.
J ROOMS. BATH. STATIONARY TUBS,
'I basement, yard: $11. 18281,4 Treat aye.
OUNNY COTTAGES op 6 AND 6 ROOMS;
17 bitb: basement; yard. Dolores and Fifteenth.
FLATS TO LET:
lflVl NINETEENTH— WIDOM
IC»U»' wishes to rent part of upper unfurnished
fiat; near 2 c-a:s: rent reasonable.
(s?9'> e\A i-K. CORNER SUTTER AND
C— — .OK. Fillmore— 6 rooms and bath.
"•MAT* OF 3, 6 AND 6 ROOMS; BATH. 481
J Chestnut st . near Powell.
171/ I HYDK-7 CHOICE SUNNY' ROOMs!
1 I IV $3J. 1122 Broadway: 4 large rooms, SI 4.
'> SUNNY" ROOMS; LARGE". YARD; 267 DORE
0 st., off Harrison, near Ninth.
- QI'.NNV LOYVER FLAT: HEALTHIEST
Opart of town: no ear fare; $12. 3 Jane place,
c" line su, near Mason.
BAY-WINDOW FLAT; 6 ROOMS; BATH:
cellar: yard; cheap to good tenant. 15 Perry
St., bet. Second and Third. "".-.
1 »>4'J CLAY-SUNNY' FLAT OF 7 ROOMS
x —TO and bath: tine view.
MODERN FLATS OF AND 7 BOOMS; THE
finest in the city; 752 and 764 Clayton, near
Waller; panel celling in dining-room: o.her rooms
papered and irescoed; now open for Inspection:
$500 cash, balance same as rent. Apply ou the
premises.
LOWER FLAT; 5 ROOMS: BATH; $16. 1 1 6 Vis
Fulton St.. 1 block from City Hall.
KLONDYKE GOLD
Will rent flats at BALDWIN A HOWELL,
1 10 Montgomery st.
HAIGHT ST.. 630. SUNNY FLAT; 7 ROOMS;
newly papered throughout: rent reasonable.
/^LAY st., 1417b; handsomely* deco-
Y. ' rated flat: 7 rooms; marine view; sunny and
light; rent cheap.
CHEAP MODERN FLATS, 5 AND 6 ROOMS;
V. $810 $16; see them. 623 Seventh St.
o*l Z. 6LARGE»UNNY'C"R. ROOMS: BATH;
'jlu. 1019 Guerrero.- Coleman, 24 Montgomery.
C TO 40 ROOM FLATS. HOUSES. N. OF
• 'Market: cheap. SPECK A Co., 602 Market.
C.l - LOVELY FLAT OF 5 LAKGE SUNNY
t.lu. rooms: bath, gas, mirror-top mantes;
grand view; cars pass the door. 151:: Castro St.,
near Twenty-fifth.
©TO LOVELY' FLAT OF 4 LARGE SUNNY"
Cl- . rooms; gas. bath, large yard. 39:8
Nineteenth st . bet. Noe and Sanchez.
T?INE CORNER FLAT 7 ROOMS; VERY
X sunny; newly modeled; rent reduced. Cor.
lost and Webster sts.
"V"EYV modern flat OF 8 ROOMS and
X"l bath. 20 Lvov st , corner Page
ELEGANT FLAT, 6 ROOMS, BATH. 416
Geary su: key 418 Geary.
UNNY' FLAT OF 3 ROOMS; FIRST FLOOR:
for phys clan or housekeeping; furnished or
unfurnished 500 suiter su, cor. Powell. . „,
1 ICO ROLOKN GATE AYE. - 2 SUNNY
J. I O— flats; 6 and 7 rooms and bath.
HAIGHT AND BAKER— NICK, SUNNY', COR
8 and 6 rooms flats: opp. Buena Vista Park.
i'l C LARKIN-BRANCH OFFICE OF THB |
'lit) CALL Subscriptions an.l want ads taken. i
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HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS.
Bryant Street.
m BRYANT, NR. THIRD-NICE SUNNY
till suite, front, $9 per mouth.
Capp Street.
|14CAPP-5 HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS:
ttl^t furnished; gas; coal range.
Castro Street.
Afin. CASTRO-2 NICE SUNNY FURNISHED !
*il/«J rooms; private entrance; every conven-
ience; lawn: cheap.
Oevisadero Street.
1 OOD DEYTSADERO — 2 OR 3 ROOMS,
J O—O housekeeping, furnished or unfurnished;
modern.
EiliA street.
'AC ELLIS-2 SUNNY ROOMS, FURNISHED
OKJO complete for housekeeping.
Fell Street.
jOPA FELt-3 UNFURNISHED HOUSE-
"^c" keeping rooms. . -\
* "ili Street.
"1 'Dl FIFTH-SUNNY FRONT SUITE. FUR-
J 00-i nisbed housekpg;slo monthiother rooms.
>■)-)-[ FIFTH— FURNIbHED nUNNY" FRONT
——I rooms, complete for housekeeping: also
double and single rooms. ■
Folsom Street.
{ }QAQ FOLSOM— 3 OR 4 UNFURNISHED
— Ks-iO front rooms for housekeeping; cheap;
without children. ■ :'^" •■."-..
Oolden Gate Avenue.
/•Oft GOLDEN GATE AYE. — 3 SUNNY'
'i — v rront, complete lor housekeeping, $25; also j
single. 88. !§R£S3
tiuerrero Street.
09 i GUERRERO— LET; 2 FURNISHED
« >— T housekeeping rooms.
ZI.IUII-. -tree..
1 Alt MINNA— NEW LV FURNISHED HOUSE,
ItU 7 rooms, sunny, housekeeping; $1, $1 60,
£2 per week.
J-ission Street.
1 94 °. MISSION — KITCHEN: PANTRY:
J -TO half or whole; parlor; furnished; garden ;
sunny.
Nlotli street.
I 1 O NINTH-HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS TO
J. I O let; al.-o furnished rooms.
"1 OC NINTH— 4 OR 6 SUNNY' CONNECTING
• •'•J room-., bath, complete for housekeeping;
reasonable.
Noe Street.
"J - 1 NOE-FUR : 2 FRONT ROOMS; HOUSE-
'"' keeping; modern flat; teal range; bath;
yard; $11.
Oak Street.
Sl 0 ? ' "WISHED FRONT UPPER
•v. flat: sun all day: newly papered. 48 Oak.
Post Street.
11l 7 1 POST-2 PLEASANT UNFURNISHED !
Dl ii rooms for housekeeping; also others.
/•9j. POST i, I; » ROOMS IUuNISHKD
l)-K) complete; b»th; alsosln 6 ierms;reasonabe:
Powell :«tree;,.
J-lAPOWELL-3 NEWLY FURNISHED
«>lv front sunny ro-ms. ,"-.. ■ :
irluckion Mreet.
IQA7STOCKTOX-MCE FURNISHED
JLOl'i rooms for housekeeping: rent cheap. j
Taylor Street.
1 OAT TAYLOR, NEAR YVaSHINOTON-
J tAJi bunDyioom; private family; reasonable;
upper bell. • ' ' '
"lvrenty-Kixth Street.
'>0/?n TWENTY-SIXTH. NEAR MISSION-
O.IDU Large sunny front furnished rousekeep-
li'E sr.|tr-». «8 10 $.L . __^____________
rHYSICIANS.
D«. C. c. O'DONNELU 1206' MARKET," RES
2864 20th si. ; diseases of women a specially,
BOOSiS TO LET.
• Lu.sh Mr»«.. .■ -
QQC* BU^H-SIN'GLE ROOM, GHEAr, FUR-
KJ—\J ntshed for gentleman.
flOfi Bt>H - 1 SINGLE AND 1 DOUBLE
O—KJ furnished room; $8 and $5; gentlsmen. .
Clay Street. 'f /.
941 Q CLAY", NEAR FILVMORE-2 LARGE
'Tit/ room»; yard; water; rear: $7.
Dykemaii Place.
"1 7 DYKMAN, OFF MASON. NB. O'FARRELL
X I —Nice double trout room, $7; single front,
$5.
Eighth Street.
SHERMAN APARTMENT HOUSE. 28 BTH
0 st., near Market; furnished and unfurnished.
91/1 EIGHTH. NEAR Jr oL&UM-J LARUE.
OxkJ rooms: rent $10.
•»-**is Street.
ROYAL HOUSE, 126 ELLIS — INGANDEB-
-cent lights; reading-room, funoklni-rnom and
ladles' parlor; rooms per night. 36c to sl 60: week,
$2 to Sfe: month, 38 to $30: elevator on office
floor; rooms with hot and cold water: baths.
ALL ROOMS ARE GOOD AT HOTEL KA-
mona, 130 Ellu st,; new house; new fittings;
modem conveniences; elevator at ground floor;
six stories; 150 rooms; 60c to $1 60 per day.
1 1111 BOOMS TO LET AT VERY REAsON-
-IUU able rates. Bosedale, 321 hills st.
THE GRAND CANOT, 418 ELLIS, JUST
opened: rooms firs; class; suites: single; reas.
Eleventh Street.
99 ELEVENTH-2 FURNISHED FRONT
——i rooms.
a nth Mitt»..
THE COSMOPOLITAN— SELECT FAMILY
hotel: 100 Fifth St., cor. Mission; rooms 50c,
76c and $1 per night; $2 to $5 per week.
1 liT FIFTH — PLKASANT, SUNNY UNFUR-
XkJ I nisbed rooms to let.
OrflQ FIFTH -NEW HOUSE: CALL AND
OV'i" see the nicely furnished single bay-window
rooms; also 3 connecting .01113; housekeeping.
09-4 FIFTH— 3. LARUE LNFURNISHED
O— OT oay-wiudow sunny rooms: parlor floor.
Fourth street/
70 FOURTH, UPSTAIRS — NICELY FIR- \
* O nished sunny room; $5 a mouth.
9991 FOURTH. ST, PALM HOUSE- MCELY' :
£.——2 nished sunny rooms; suite, single; $1
week up.
Franklin Street.
9"1 FRANKLIN (NEWPORT)— FURNISHED
— I rooms; gas, running water; very reasonable.
Ccaiv sum.
774 GEARY-NICELY FURNISHED RMS:
1 I 'i home comforts; giutsonly; reasonable.
Golden Gate Avenue.
-1 AAA GOLDEN GATE AYE— HANDSOME-
-1 ul/U ly furnished large frout room; bay-win-
dow: very sunn t park exposure: suitable for one
or two gentlemen.
Hayes street.
7"! 9 HAVES - UNFURNISHED, SUNNY.
I i.— front, alcove; dressing-room adjoining;
also furnished rooms.
Howard Street.
QQ XI HOWARD — SUNNY SINGLE AND
fJOOi double rooms; grate; rent reasonable.
(\AO HOWARD-NICE SUNNY' FURNISHED
t/TlO rooms of all ktuos.
rjf\A HOWARD. COR 3D— FINE FURNISH D
I U'ix front room, $1 25 week up;also bousekeepg
rr»ll HOWARD — NICELY FURNISHED,
10-L3 sunny, ba> -window; o.her double and
single rooms: reasonable.
inn BOOMS. lfic TO 60c NIGHT; $1 TO »2
IUU week. Lltidell House, Sixth and Howad.
-l/v- HOWARD— M NEWLY RENOVATED
IUOvJ rooms, day. week, month; rents reas'Lle.
fessie stree..
4 JO 1 JE3SIE— to X - E1; 3 ROOMS; REAR.
Kearny Street.
ARLINGTON HOUSE. 127 KEARNY -
Pleasant sunny rooms, en suite and single;
first class in every respect; terms reasonable.
.101 l KEARNY' — ELEGANT FC R N 1.-HE D J
—— .' rooms, single or en suite, at reasonable :
rates; offices.
Larkin Street.
A 9Q LARKIN -SUNNY FURNISHED j
T— V rooms for housekeeping- also sul'.es and sin- .
gle rooms. BBBi
Leavenworth Street.
1 m 9LEAVENWORTH.NR.HYDE-HAND-
iUI — some parlors; single room: Sunfurrooms.
, kklket street.
ELCHO HOUSE, 863 Vi MARKET ST.-ROOMS
20c. '-5c to 60fi night: $1 to »2 week.
LEE HOUSE, line MARKET, OPP. FlFTH-
sunny rooms 25c per day uu: $5 per month up
YOSJ-.MITE HOUSE, 1045 MARKET— PER j
cl -ht, 35c ;o $1: week, $1 50 to $5; families. j
-1 A7O MARKET — HOUSE KEEPING
XKf I O rooms; kitchen exclusive.
1 q K i> MARKKT— DENTIST. DOC-
-1 OK)— tor ;ot her rooms: 2d-hand furniture taken.
3lartha Place.
6 MARTHA PLACE' OFF GEARY, ABOVE
Mason— Sunny furnished rooms; $6 50 aud $8.
He All later street.
-14 MCALLISTER, NEXT HIE. BANK: STU-
It dies, offices, hairdressins, dressmak. par. $8. |
Atlaaiun MI«J., /
MONTANA HOUSE, 764% MISSION. NEAR j
4th— Newly opened: single rooms, 10c, 15c j
and 20< per iilg.it; 00c, 90c and $1 25 per week.
HANCOCK HOUSE, 7st MISSION: (-ELECT
lamlly rooming-house-. $1 60 to $5 per week. |
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Oak Street.
90 A OAK-NTCELY FURNISHED ROOMS.
Page Street.
VINE FURNISHED SUNNY ROOM IN PRI-
-T vate lamlly: corner house: beautiful view; 1
firep ace; to: and cold water; porceialn tub: gen-
tlemen only: reasonable; reference required.
340 Page street.
1 osr Street"
f»99 POST - ELEGANTLY' FURNISHED \
v)— — rms: bath; hot, cold water; $8: sunny suites. j
A oneli street.
POWELL- ELEGANTLY FURNISHED;
very reasonable. t; -'v: -V;"
THE WILLISFORD, 212 AND 214 POYVELL—
Nea'ly furnished sunny rooms: reasonable.
• Sacramento Street.
"I 49Q SACRAMENTO. NR HYDE-LARGE j
Ij*" sunny lurnlshed room; private family. I
ti^.n •■ rr»e..
■VTEYV MANCHESTER (CHANGED HANDS'!
V* 54 Sixth, cor. Mission— Newly furnished and
renovated throughout: elegant sunny suites; single
-I OK SIXTH-CHEAPEST IN THE CITY;
X £0 double and single front rooms.
ceicntti Mi'oe..
RAND SOUTHERN, 7TH AND MISSION— {
I Suites, single; sonny: moderate; transient. I
Seventeenth Street.
0,4 {TO SEVENTEENTH — LARGE FRONT
ii^iOO room; alcove and closet; furnished for
housekeeping; $6.
Steiner Street.
1 Ol 11 sTEINER-2 NEATLY FURNISHED
X — L li sunny rooms: $3 and $6.
Btevenson street.
O. 1 STEVENSON— CONNECTING ROOMS
Oil with separate b ds: $3 each per month.
Sutter Street.
SUTTER BOUSE, 30*8 SUTTER- FURNISH-
ed suites and single: transient; 25c a day up.
I 'j HE STANFORD, 320% hU TIER-SUNNY
J rooms. %2 to $4 week: desirable sulies: $18 to
92b: special Inducements for business men; trans
711 PUTTER-NEWLY OR SUNNY PAR-
' tA - lor bear, Sl5. $18; choice: appre. if seen.
751 £?£££*" KOOMS SUITABLE FOR
I «-» L physician or dentist.
Tenth Street.
lift TENTH-NICE BUNNY FURNISHED
HO rooms; reaionab c. ".~-
-* *-ircl Mreo;.
941 THIRD- LA R»E~ROOMS, SUITABLE
—TS lot olhces or wmrciooms,
1
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, 1897.
BOOMS TO LET-Contlnued.
■ V a>u >e*a A ten
JO VAN NESS AYE.— NEATLY FURNISHED
"O sunny housekeeping and siugle rooms.
Q"l 7 VAN NESS-SUNNY' SUIT OF L'NFUR-
Ol 4 nished rooms, Sl5; also furnished back
parlor.
BOARDING AND ROOMS.
OliX. GEARY- HANDSOMELY FURNISHED
OUU double parlors; bath; gas; piano: board for
two; *30 a month. -IggiggjjS
"jyjA- VAN NESS AYE., BUSH— SUN-
X rixJO ny rooms, with board; private family.i
C I O ELLIS- NEWLY' FURNISHED ROOMS,
010 with board: $20 up; usjof parlor; piano.
1 f\Q« POST-NICE LARGE SUNNY NEAT-
-1 Ut/U ly fuinKbed rooms; board; fine offices.
HOTEL SALIr-BURY". 299 HYDE: (UNDER
new management! strictly lst-clas3. handsome
large sunny Minis; healthiest location incity.beau-
| tlful (rounds; excellent board; references exchngd
DhQVAX NESSJAV. — BEAUTIFUL NEWLY
OUO furnished front alcove: bay-window; large
dress-room ;hot, cold water: single midsummer rate
GfiO BUSH-NTCKLY FURNISHKD SUNNY
DUO rooms, first-class board: day, wit., mo.: sin-
gle, $20; 2, $45 mo; bath: modern conveniences.
COLUMBIA. I*3 KODV-KO »MS $1 50 TO
$3 a week; rooms wilh board, 920 to $30 a
month; nice suites; board for two, $10.
ROYAL EAGLE HOTEL, 110 POWELL, OPP.
Baldwin: new house; suites: single. -
BKOOKLYN HOTEL, 208-212 BUSH >sT..
board and room $1 to $2 per day. $6 to $12 per
weeK: choice rooms 60 cents to $1: suite roomi
I for family $1 tosl 50 per night: first-class service;
iiree coach. CHARLES MONTGOMERY".
I QW COR. SIXTEENTH Wl\] NEAR MIS
sion; branch office of Thj Call. buu-
I rlption^ aTid want ads tr.ken.
CHILDREN dOAKDEC.
GERM AN LADY WISHES 2 OR 3 CHILDREN
to board; motherly care, terms moderate.
1334 Turk sl '":■■.-:'/
ONE OKTWOCHILDREN [TO BOARD: OFPO-
site school: heal hy location; good nom-; uer-
man famllv. 226 Twelftn aye.
OFFICES TO LPT.
CHEAP BENT, $20; 1120 HOYVARD ST., NR.
J Seventh; store: 4 rooms in back.
ELEGANT OFFICES, SUITABLE FOR DEN-
tlsts or phyfciciuns: rent reasonable. New
Bulldlug Y. M. C. A., Mason and Ellis sis.
8 mason, near market— nice sunny
front offices; rent reasonable.
EMMA SPRECKELS BUILDING, 927 MAR-
J ket su- $l2 10 $20. ASHTON, room 210.
FDCCATIONAT..
A METHOD OF VOICE BUILDING, REDU-
clng the training of the voice to an exact sci-
ence: not only is the nower of volume of every
voice at le«st doubled aud the scale or compass
extended from 3 to 5 tones, but the quality of tim-
bre becomes absolutely pure and resonant through-
out the eutire range; perfect ease In sinking the
highest notes: patrons and pupils carefully pre-
pared for parlor, platform, concert, choir, stage or
opeia; former pupils and references— Franz \"e-
ter. Dan Morrison, .» bbie Whinnery, Adelaide
Detchon, Marie Holton. Helen Potter. Grace
Greenwood. Amy Leslie, Albani, Barllll, Lagrange,
Marchesi. etc For terms and Instructions app.y
to CLARKE'S VOCAL STUDIO-, 933 Market st,
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays only. -
ANDERSON'S PREPARATORY SCHOOL,
accredited— Day and evening c asses: private
lessons: put lis prepared for California and Stan-
ford Universities; a scholarship in U. C. and Stan-'
ford University each valued at *300 per year, for
4 years, awarded to highest 2 graduates; send for
catalogue: teachers' tend civil service examina-
tions: special evening classes for entrance 10 Law
College. 1 00m 406, Parrott bulldiur.
HOFFMEYER ACADEMY' OF MUSIC— ALL
branches of music taught; the latest methods
of instruc.ion used; singing accoidine to theo.d
Italian ache pumls are lea In pleasant Irs oils
from the first stage* to the last: special care given
to those who wish 10 prepare for private or public
performances; a cor, 's or efficient teachers assist
the princiiai. VoLMER a. H. HOFFMEYER,
914 Slitter St.
HEALD'rt BUSINESS COLLEGE, 24 POST
St. — Bookkeeping, business practice, short-
band. typlnc. telegraphy, lausua-es. English
branches: electrical, civil and minlugenglneerin;.
suive.in^, assaying, navigation, etc.; 20 teachers:
day and eveniusr sessions: write for catalogue. :
PARTINGTON'S St HOOL OF MAGAZINE
and newspaper Illustration— D»y classes, Mon-
days, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Frldavs;
I evening Classes, Tuesdays and Thursdays. Par-
ticulars 424 Pine st., San Francisco.
YOUNG LADIES' CLASS IN PHYSICAL CUL-
-L ture and swimming, Y. M. C. a. Gymnasium,
Mason anil Ellis sis.: Wednesday and Saturday
mornings. 9 to 12; references required. For par-
ticulars Inquire at the as&ociatloa. \
AY RES LUSINEr-cS COLLEGE. 325 MONT-
gomery si.: Individual Instruction In short-
hand, typing, bookkeeping, telegraphy, etc.: lire
scholarship $50: low rate* per wee* and month.
BOOKKEEPING FREE FOR 1 YEAH IF NOT
tauiiht in tj weeks; rapid calculations. PARK,
room 572, 855 Market st.
SAN FRANCIsCXI COLLEGE OF MUSIC-
Piano, siuglue. voice building, guitar, banjo,
I etc. : latest methods. Office sth floor V.M C. A. bldg.
ENGINEERING SCHOOL: CIVIL, ELECL-.
mining, niecb., survev.aasav. archlt.; day&eve.;
; est. 1b64. A. VAN DER NAILLEN, Market.
BELA&CO LYCEUM SCHOOL OF ACTING—
Private theatricals arranged; pupils rehearsed
en stage. B. 5 aud 12. 1.0.0. F. block. 7 in and Mkt.
SPANISH taught IN 3 months; KY'ENG
classes; reasonable ierms. 14 McAllister, r. 66.
SAN FRANCISCO BUSINESS t'OLI.FGK, 1236
O Market st. ; 124 positions in '96: 68 In '97.
SPANISH- CLAHSaS DAILY; 83 MONTH: 4
to 9p. m. Room 10, Y. K. c. A. building.
4 CTING-LEO COOPER'S SCHOOL OF ACT-
-A lng; elocution and stag* technique. 814 Geary.
SINGING; PIANO; PARIS GRADUATE;
French, German languages; $2 mo. 109Taylor.
B OWENS AC ADEMY-CR. 12TH AND BRUSH
sis.., Oakland. Cal. ; next term .Monday, July 26.
ROF. LOUIfIMERKI; VIOLIN, MANDOLIN,
guitar, cornet, reasonable. 225 Geary, Powell.
BOOKKKKPING, ARITHMETIC, WRITING.
gram., etc. ; day, night-. $5 mo. 1504 op.Bth-
GUITAR MANDOLIN, PIANO AND VOCAL
lessons: $3 ma Mary Westhans. 39 Fifth so.
t*i7 MUMliOMlittY COuNER OP CLA V—
O— I open until 9:3U 0 clock; branch office of
Ibe (all: subscriptions and want ad*, taken.
DENTIST 1 ;. *.•'"'?
VAN VRUOM <fc CO.'S ELECTRO- DENTAL
Parlors, 997 Market st. : lady attendant; no gas
or other dangerous anaesthetics given; electricity
the great agent used to relieve pain; teeth filled
and extracted painlessly by our new electrical
process: a written guarantee given with ail work
done: lowest prices; best work; all surgical work
attended by G. W. YVlhiamscin, M.D„ physician
sod surgeon: examination free by the use of our
new electrical appliances: porcelain and gold
I crowns: bridge- work and teeth without plates a
specialty. Electro- Parlors, 997 Market st
FULL SET OF TEETH, $5; PAINLESS
extraction: see our new combination plate:
thinnest, lightest, coolest plate made; wananted
10 years: fillings, 60c; crowns, $3 50; lady assist-
ant. CHICAGO DENTAL PARLORS, 04 sixth i
1?OR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR A.HOUSE
J? and lot in San Franc. Sco or Oakland, one of the
finest furnished offices and dental practices In
Guatemala Address Dentist, box 1.53, this office.
XTEWYORK DENTISIS; feET OFTEETH, $5;
pain ess extracting, 50 c: none but experienc-
ed graduate dentists connected with th s office*
all work warranted. 969 Mission st., cor. sixth.
DR. GEORGE W.> LEEK. THE 'GENUINE
Leek dentist, disoverer of palnlesj extraction
and patentee of improved bridge work or teeth
without any plate, moved from die 20 i-arreil.
LUDLUM HILL. 1443 MARKET ST.. R.
Eleventh, cocharge for extracting when plates
are made; od plates made • over like new; tee;n
from $8 per set; extracting 60c: gas given. ;
&- FULL SET OF TEETH: BEST MAKE;
JpO. kept. In repair: extracting free; fillings 50c;
crowns $3 50. Pacific Dental Pari 18 Third.
AINLESS EXTRACTION, fjOc: CBOYVN
bridge work a specialty: plates $5 up: 19 years
experience. K. I* Wal.sH, D. v.>, 816 34 .Geary.
C ROOME DENTAL ASSOCIATION, 759 MAR-
ket, bet. 3d and 4th; ;aos specialists; painteii
i extracting, with gas. $1: plates. $7 up: till, $1 up.
WC. HARDING. M. D.. '600 SUTTER. COR.
'. Powell: teL Main 6375; painless extraction.
OHIO DENTALPARI.ORS. 908 MARKET ST.; ;
extracting 50c; tilling 50c up: crowns $3 up.
DRHULTBERG.DEN.HaS RESUMED
tlce. Y. M. C. A. bJildinsf, r. .14 2. 4th f100r..;
EY'Kii DEUTSCHER ZAHNARZH, 035
Market st. : gas given; crown and bridge work.
ALL WORK REASONABLE AND Waß-
ranted. DR. J. W. KEY', 1320 Market st-'.
XT OF TEETH WITHOUT A PLATE. UK
H. c Young, 1841 Polk at.
R. J. J. LEEK. 1126 MARKET ST. . OPEN :
evenings:; Sundays till noon; dentistry laugh:
G OLTON" DENTAL ASSOCIATION. 806 -LAli«
ket st. DR. CUaRLE^.W. DECKER. :
- vVEi-.K ■> NEWS FOR :.-. 6 - CENTS- r
, 3. W'EXKLY CAIcU la wrwjper, for amillng. . „
TERSONAL9.
A" LLIE-DID NOT 'SEE YOU AT CORNER.
FRENCH, box 3, Cttll.
ALASKA AND KLONDIKE — COMPLETE
jA. guide to prospectors, with map of Alaska and
Klondike: m uing laws of U. S.: late mining laws
Of California and Canada, etc. ; book of 64 pages,
with map, a£c: send postage stamps or postal or-
der and receive iy re. urn mall book and map
Address F. M. SMITH, Attorney-ai-Law, Mat-
tinea, Cal. •, • * :--.
ANTED- PARTNER WITH MONEY* TO
take me to Alaska. AdJress JOHN HOLT-
UM, Champion Cannonba I Catcher, 22 East St.
FINE ROOM TO RENT To A GENTLEMAN
by a German widow. 257 Lexington aye., bet.
Nineteenth and Twentieth sts. - . v ';.*:
MISS PEARL HARRISON, CARDRKADER,
has returned. Room J, 120 Geary st •
PROFESSIONAL NURSE Df.slßEs TO
take care of an Infant In the country, in a
healthy location; best of care and attention g.ven;
charges reasonable: best of references given. Ad-
dress A. A., call Office. Oakland.
ADYTCE FREE: DIVORCE LAWS A SPEC-
ialts: private; no fee witnout success; probat .
G.W.HOWE, atty at law, 850 Market.cor.Stocttn.
LAW OFFICE-MRS. M. L. CABLE, MURPHY'
building Market St., room 127: collections
made and promptly paid over: all Kinds of litiga-
tion; divorce laws a specialty ; advice free.
BAGGAGE .LEFT WITH»M«S. KEYES AT
An:bony st. can be had at 140 Minna.
■ — « —
BIG OUTDOOR STEREOPTICON SHOYVEVE-
ry night cor. Market and Sixth sis.; artistic ad-
vertisements in living ll«ht: promoters of busi-
ness. Consult OWL ADV. CO., 1140 Market
ELECTRIC LIGHTS IN EVERY ROOM;
wincuester House. 44 Third st., nr. Market;
200 rooms, 25c to $1 50 per night: $160 to if 6 per
weea; free bus an.l bayga.-e to and from the ferry.
GROCERIES ARE CHEAPEST AT THE "IT-
to-da c" store, -acramento; fruit Jams in glass
jars, 10c; rolled oats. i "Ac &>: condensed milic, 4
for2sc; tomatoes, 60C doz.: good coffee, fresh anl
whole, 17J/2C tb, ground to order: fine lea, 250
lb: send for list. BULKY A SON, Sacramento.
L'AN'CY HAIRr»UESSING, PLAIN HAIR-
J dressing, up-to-date and neat heir-dressing—
you will find them all at my parlors for only 2bt.\
switches 8-11 irom ffl to $3; gray or bHacheo hair
I' will restore to its natural coior for from $150
to $5. G. DEREK, 111 Stcciton st.
SEND lOC FOR RELIABLE INFORMATION
of tbe Klondike cold d let, rare and bow to
get there. Address R. B. RICH, Portland, Or.
DR. IRENE YVEsT; NEW MEDICATED
electric treatments. R. 43, 850 Market st.
HAIR TROUBLES VANISH BtFJRIS Qt;i7>T-
onia Hair Tonic; 35c bo;tle. LEDERER, ill
Stockton st.
SUPERFLUOUS HaIRS REMOVED BY'
electrolysis. MBS. DR. WELCH. 2115 Bush.
ME. GOLDSTEIN, 85 ST. ANN'S BUILD-
-IVJ ing, 6 Eddy st.— stylish dresses $5 up; dresses
made over. •, . ;- : .
KLONDYKE DISEASES QUICKLY" CURED
by Deming's charcoal. Address A. B. DEM-
ING, 1003 Powell sl.
MANICURE PARLORS. 995 MARKET ST.,
room 14.
PAPER HANGING.PAINTING.ETC: WALL-
X paper 4c. 1302 Webster, puone Pine 4933.
VOTICE-LA VERITE TOILET PARLOR
i\ moved to 30 Geary su, near Kearny.
SUIT TO ORDER ON l'.AiY' l.Ntsi a LLMi-.NTS.
L. LEMOS, 1117 Market su. bet 7lh and Bth.
CLOAKS AND TAILOR-MADE SUITS RK-
talled at wholesale figures. 20 fcansome su '
HUFeCHMIDr, SANITARY PLUMBER, j
" gasfitter. 623 Goiden Gate Tel. sutler 47L
SUBSCRIPTIONS AND WANT ADs FOR THE !
Call taken a: brauca mice ioit Hiuot bi.; j
i Of en until V :3U o'clocK.
.... |
DRESSMAKERS.
PELIAPLE DRESSMAKER WILL GO OUT
J.l/by day or work home; $1 50 per day. MRS. :
EVA WALK, 15 Thirtieth St.
DRESSES made; for $5 AND up; PERFECT '■
x) tit. cu.irnt.teed. 516 a 'J ay.'or.
t'LAIRVOYAVT^.
MRS. MANDINA. DEVELOPING MEDIUM;
all skeptics invited; saiisfact.on guaranteed: !
charges reasonab:e: palmistry or astrology free i
Fridays; hours 10 to 5, 108 Ma.oa st.
MMt-". Porter, WONDERFUL- clairvoy- J
ant card-reader, born double veil and aeconl
sight; diagnoses disease, full life reading; la 50c; !
gents $1: palm, and clalrv.: sit. $1 50. 126 Turk.
ME. REMIER INVITES SKEPTIC'S: MOST
111 •rood el clairvoyant aril psychological !
palmist of the century. "629 aire; 1. No sign.
MME. LIVINOSKA; FOR A FEW DAY'S i
only: advice on mines, lawsuits and busin.-ss. I
Room 2. 120 V* Geary st.: hours 1 :30 to 5 p. m.
MISS MELVILLE. THE GREATEST CLAIR- j
voyan: i*nd water reader. 921 Vi Mission st.,
opp. Mint.- _"■''.
MME. RaVKNa READS LIFE FLUENTLY; '
business advice; names given; 25c up.s Fourtn. j
MME. MOKEAU. REST MEDIUM, CLAIR- I
voyant. card-reader; 25cup. 73 i- ourth su
MME.SY'BILLE:FROM CRADLE TO GRAVE; i
future husband's picture 25c:ladies.9l4 O'Farr !
ME. HANSEN. PALMIST, CARD-YV'RITER; '•
Ili. past, present and future, -sc. 148 6th St., r. 6.
TIfKS DR. ANNA THOMAS-FIRST I.N HER
i'l profession: never fails; adv.ee; help 929 Post
MRS. ZINELLA, BUSINESS MEDIUM AND
astrologer. 109 Grant aye., room 12.
GYPSY LIFE-READER. ft SEVENTH ST.: j
ladies 25". cents 60c:. all questions answered. I
I I
RITUALISM".
MRS. J. MARTIN, ORDAINED MINISTER,
trance spiritual medium: crystal reader. '
23V"» sixth st.
MME. YOUNG; TEST CIKCLE TO-NIGHT,
10c; wonderful tests. 605 McAllister su
MRS. SLATE-WRITING SEANCE
to-night, 60c: sittings daily. 31 Fell st.
CV. MILLER'S ETHERr ALIZING, MATE-
. rializiog seance, 8 P. m., 409 Leavenwth; 25c.
MRS. HENDEE ROGERS, TEST CIRCLE
to-night: sittings dally. 122 Tay or st., 8. F.
AM. FRANCIS. INDEPENDENT SLATE
. writer. - 118 Halgbt st. hours 9 until 6p. jc
MRS. MAYO STEER", 112% OAK; CIRCLKB I
Tuesday, 8 p. m.; Thursday. 2 p. m.; readings, j
MKS. J.J. Wlll'lNEY, SPIKITU A L MEDIUM,
for messages and advice 1206 Market su
MUSICAL, INSTRUMENTS.
"absolutely THE oldest and LARG-
A Ist house west of Chicago is KOHLER A
CHASE'S. 26. 28 ana 30 O'Farrell st. Pianos,
organs and all : other musical Instruments, of all
grades and prices. Terms easy; prices lowest.
1 verything ' possible done to please and satisfy
the customer.
ARE YOU THINKING OF PURCHASING OR
renting a olauo? -It so don't fail to call and
inspect the fine instruments we are selling for $3,
94, $5, 96. $7. 18, $9 and $1C per month; every
piano iruarauteed. SHERMAN, CLAY & CCA,
fcteinway dealers, corner Kearny andsutter sts.
ACTUALLY' THE BEST BARGAINS IN* Pl-
anos; monthly payments $6 up; correspon-
dence solicited. THE F. W. SPENCER COM-
PANY, 93.< Market au, opp. Mason; established,
over iO years. " vf: .. i.y .
* UGUST BARGAINS— GORDON UPRIGHT,
six $30; YVeber upright, $200; »-ohmer, *150; .
Bluttmer, $100: a sweep on all pianos
BKUENN'S, 2*B Post st.
ONA-FIDE REDUCTION IN PRICES—
.Haines. Knabe, Bush cfc Gerts and others; sec-
ond-hani pianos from $100 up. YV. c. HAMIL-
TON, successor to A. L Bancroft <fc Co., 824 Poau
SOHMER A CO.. BYRON MAUZY, NEWBY',
Evans. Brlggs and other pianos; see our rent
plan; no interest first year. 308. 310, 312 Post.
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE-MUsT SELL; j
pianoi at' immense reduction for rash or oa
! installments. EATON T>TaTE. 735 Marker***
jr/V FINE ROSEWOOD: SACRIFICED ON
! o\J» $5 installments. 221 Leavenworth su -
BARGAIN; GOOD LP. IGHT SCUMITZ. 16
McAllister St., next li lbernla Bank.
EAUTIFUL" UPRIGHT AT MAUVAIS', 789
'J . Market su, for $125: pianos to rent.
ELEGANT -EMERSON" UPRIGHT^ FINE
tone, bargain. E, W. LICK, 116 McAllister st. ;
WG. BADGER. SOLE AGENT FOR HALLET
If . & Davis and Francis Bacon pianos. 41a sacto,"
GENT FOR SHAW: ALL OTHER STAND-
J ard makes; rent ; $2. ... H KIS E, 136 Ellis su £
SUPERIOR VIOLINS, ZITHERS.OLD NEW.
H. MULLER, maker, repairer, J Latham place
KNaBE ; PIANOS: NEW SCALE; -NEW
styles. KOHLER <fc CHASE, SO O'Farrell st.
AT .BHKKJIA.V, * CLAY' & CO. ONLY v» kit*,
you And a stock of new stem way pianos.
QQ(I HAVES— BRANc OFFICE THii
00*7 Call: i-übscriptiom and want ad t taken. ■.
. HOUSES FOX SALE.
4HOUSrS; MAKE OFF- R; MUST BE SOLD
rr. and removed <at once; 649 . to 666 Mission st.
C'AU li so .JUattiOti St. j
CITY REAL ESTATE.
CfQ7C 60x100 FEET, SOUTH SIDE A ST.,
jDO i O. bet. Tnlrty-flfth and Thirty-sixth ayes.,
Richmond distrl. t.
$400-200x120 feet, east side Thirty-fifth aye.,
bet. Q and R sts. -,
.$115—50x90 feet, east side Orizaba st., near
Montana; Railroad Homesteaa AssivUtlon.
?65-25x1i.0, in block 10, City Land Association.
$1.5-.Vx120. b ock 25. Paul Tract Homestead
Association, near San Bruno road.
42950— 2-stor.-, 2 flats: lot 25x80 feet; 22 and
24 san Carles aye.: north from Eighteenth st.,
bet. Mission and Valencia; SlOOOcan remain on
mortgage.
CHAS. C. FISHER. 507 California st.
"VTEYV HOUSE OF 7 ROOMS: LEVEL LOT;
JT Mission cars: $'«000 cash or easy installments;
will accept vacant lot In part payment: inspection
invited. Owner, 41d Kearny st., 9to 13.
DESIRABLE BUILDING LOT, 125x37:6, ON
Bay st.. 2 b ocks from broad-gauge depot.Ala-
meda. B^6Vi Fourth sl, ci;y. .-.;';=/ ■„:.■'
C~IReAT BARGAIN IN BUSINESS PROP-
T erty: -going to Klondike. Address J. L.
COOK a, 1218 Eddy St. .';'.■ ::'■:;; '.. -.''
rA/f'/YAWILXiBUx" PROPERTY YVITH LEASE
«""s:iUUnettlnz $14 per. month, inquire Meat
Market, 676 Howard.
CIITY' AND COUNTRY ESTATE BAR-
) gains at UNDERWOOD'S, 765 Market st.
i ) , -f.Z.f\ 5-ROOM COTTAGE AT DYVI.HT
«JT — OUU. Way station, lot 50x135, $200 down;
$175, lot 50x90, $5 down. S3 monthly; $900, cor-
ner, 100x100, $50 down. $15 monthly. CHAS. A.
BaILEY. 20 Montgomery SL
$1 QUA WILL BUILD HOUSE OF 2 FLATS
«H"tJ OUU compete: will calL OEO. 'M. SALS-
BURY. Builder. 521 X s'... sunset District
PROPERTY TO EXCHANGE.
WILL EXCHANGE SANTA ANA CITY
ft property, B/ 6 acre, for span of good n, ules,
harness and gasoline engine. M., box 105, Call.
FOR SALE, OR WILL EXCHANGE FOR I"I-
X proved city property— A beautiful family re-
sort, grocery, bar and garden: lot 189x152; on
line of Haywards and San Leandro Electric Rail-
road: 2-story building, 11 rooms; modern: hot
and cold water; cozy summer-houses; house
and stable: For particulars address C. C, box 1,
Call Office, Oakland. :.- V
CITY PROPERTY' 94000 AND $2,500, OAK-
land property $3000, for ranch property. P.,
box 2. Call Office.
Sr AN ACRE; 1280 ACRES TIMBKR: GOOD
O for s.ock or fruit; plenty wa.er. S., box 40,
Call. • - t'^"^" ".>•""-
PROPERTY WANTED.
i>'(]A LOT WANTED AT THE MISSION.
«"Pi>»."U. C«sh. box 37. this office.
.MEDICAL.
AK4W REMEDY: GREAT PROGRESS
In medical science; no medicine, Instru-
ments or worthless capsules used; for monthly
irregularities from whatever cause, by the cele-
brated woman'j physician of Berlin, Professor
Vice; always restores in one day without fail;
every woman her own physician, married or sin-
gle: oan be bent and used at borne: I. as agent, can
positively guarantee that It is cafe in any case; the
genuine New Remedy can only 'be bad at my
office: consultation free, sole agent lor Pacific,
j DR. V. POPPER, 318 Kearny st.
A PROCESS THAT IS PERFECTLY HARM-
less: never fails In any case of monthly sick-
ness, no matter what cause: no electricity bum-
bug or other dangerous methods: money In every
case refunded if a cure Is not effected; travelers
helped immediately: years' experience: home in
confinement with sanitarian conveniences. Con-
sult free the only rellab c phys clans. DR. AND
MRS. DA VIEs, 14 McAllister su. next Hiberula
Bank: hou.s 9a. m. to 5 nd 7 to Bp. m.
A PROCESS THAT NEVER FAILS TO RE-
store every case of monthly sickness from
whatever cause In a few hours when medicines
and others have tailed: no Instruments used;
many years' experience; every case cuarameed;
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
(from whatever cause) restored In a few
hours: safe and sure at any lime: instant relief
for travelers: home in confinement: my cele-
brated remedies for monthly suppression never
tail;ever/ case guaranteed! consultation iree; pills
$1. MRS. DK.WTa.TH, 916 Post 5... near Larkin
f ADIES.CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH PENNY*-
Ju royal Pills (Diamond Bran,!) are best; safe, re-
liable; take no other: send 4c, stamps, for particu-
lars. "Relief for Ladles." in letter by return mall;
at druggists. Chichester Cham. Co., Philadelphia.
ANOENEN, THE MARRIED LADIES'
friend; safe, p'.easant anl positively harm-
I less: $150 per oox: agents warned. BRANT
! REMEDY CO.. 1144MarketsL
Rs! GOODYVT>, SPECIALIST, LADIES
near or far: i safe, quick cure guaranteed, any
' disease orcornplaint; home for patients, oestskill:
free diagnosis: low Uea; self-cure. 401 Van Ness.
R. AND MRS. WEGENER. 626 EDDY ST.—
safe quick cure for all female complaints guar-
i anteed: private home In confinement: every com-
; fort; Infants adopted; terms moderate: pills th
A BOON TO WIVES AND MOTHERS— SE-
girro: price $1 60. 'RICHARDS A CO., 406
1 Clay si.; send 2-c. stamp for particulars to Seguro
i Manufacturing Co., 531 X St., sacramento, Cal.
ALPrtAU'S FRENCH PILLS- A BOON TO LA-
dies with female troubles; no danger: safe and
1 sure; $2 50, express C. o D. ; don't delay until too
! late. OSGOOD BROS., Coast Agents. Oakland, Ka.l
ONFIDENTIAL — LADIES IN TROUBLE
communicate with LADIES IN TROUBLE
' communicaie with DR. SANTEE 33 Grant
aye., San Franc, •.
URK CURE FOR ALL FEMALE DISEASES;
home in confinement: every comfort: satisfac-
tion guaranteed. MRS. DR OWYEK, 226 Turk su
I )U PRAK'a FEMALE REOULATINO PILLS;
XJ safe and efficient emraenaxogue: $1 per box.
RICHARDS d Cu.,cl.-ng„'.3ti 406 Clay si., sole
URE CURE IRREGULARITIES OR OTHER
SURE CURE IRREGULARITIES OR OI'HKK
female diseases. MRS. DR. PUETZ, 254 4th.
HOME IN CONFINEMENT; DISEASES OF
women. Mrs Dr.Fuuke, 1416 Btb sL. Alameda.
DR HALL, 14 MCALLISTER ST., NEAR
Jones— Diseases of woman and children.
(-)p.i)<- MISSION" bI.— BRANCH OFFICE OF
_•)— '•) 'IU.M I. a Li.. kuuMroptiuiu and want ads
taken. - : !"-'-ii:ki'iii' :
FOR SALE- MISCELLANEOUS.
FASHIONABLY MADE ENGLISH RIDING
suit, nearly new; will fit tall slight man: also
pair water-proof fi chine waders and bco.s; all
cheap. E., box 17, Call Office. •■ *Y-
IX DOZEN THOROUGHBRED HOMING
pigeons, $3 per dozen. 1029 san Antonio aye.,
Alameda. '■'-„ '-^:\ ■'■■ ■
1 ""LEG ANT SEALSKIN JACKET: TOO
li email for owner; . cheap. 73 Fourth, upstairs.
OR SALE— 2O-HORsE BOILER; 15-HORSE
engine. Inquire 118 Hickory aye.
I TOR SALE— LARGE AND STRONG ALASKA
X dog, at 333 Bush, Olymp saloon. '-'.V'r,'.*
pVOR SALE— THOROUGHBRED MALE
T Japanese pug. Address Pug, box 37, Call.
AC RTFICK— IOO TONS CORRUGATED IRON;
100,000 feet second-hand pine lumber. Apply
Secretary Builders' Exchange,
INVALID'B ROLLING-CHAIR IN GOOD RE-
psir; cheap. - 522 Telegraph aye., Oakland.
ANT ED-GET YOUR SHOES MADE TO
nt your feet at the same price you buy ready-
made ones, from *1. $2. $3. $4 and $5, at 562
Mission su, bet. First and Second sts. ••":--.:;:;'; .i ;
FINE LAUNCH AND STRONG ROW-BOAT
Cheap. Apply Harbor Vkw Park.
A MONTHS OLD . PEDIGREE ENGLISH
tt pointer pup cheap. 499 Height
Q/inn PAIRS - ANOTHER LOT MEN'S
DUUU shoes, been slightly damaged, at less
than one-fourth their nine, from 23c to $2 60.
662 Mission St., bet. First and Second.
BH. P. CLERK' GAS ENGINE, COMPLETE.;
perfect; guaranteed. Will 1"E, 616 Mission SL
ADIEs* SHOES. SOLI»G. 3*c; MEN'S
shoes, soling, 60c: all repairing done at half
the usual pries. 562 Mission St., bet. Ist and 2d.
JR. POOI, HOUsE-MuVKR, DEALER SEC-
. ond-hand bul.dlng material, 1122-36 Mission.
C^Ot FEE-MILL. SCAL , HAND-TRUCK, LET-
/ tei-prets, oesK and safe cheap. 102 Clay st.
OT OF- UNCALLED- KOK SHOES. FROM
25c up to $1 25. 862 Mission, bet. Ist and '.d ,
Alls, BACK BARN MIRRORS, .-SHOW'
cases, counters, linoi-tim, office furniture, store
and office furniture and fixtures: new and second-
hand. J. NooNaN, 11.17-1019-1021-1023 Mis-
sion sl, above Sixth. -
AFES-BAKGAIN'SIN N i-.W AND SECON" D-
hand ; all sizes; also a lot of safe-deposit boxes.
CHARLES WAI.TZ, 109-111 Market St., S. P. .
i ILKRS,ENiiINE-,2D HAND MACHINERY
MCINTOSH A WoLPMAN. 137 Bealest. ; : ;^
j/AKs7 SHOWCASES. COUNTERS,* SHELV-
J > lue. etc.; bought and sold. 1063 Mission, nr. 7th.
SEWING MACHINES/ \
ALL KINDS BOIGHT. SOLD, EXCHANGED."
rented; repairing: lowest ; rates ■- 205 Fourth.
.'. "-.: ; - eTORAGE. ''/
AT LOW RATES-tURNITURE. CARPETS.
A pianos, household goods; clean, light com-
partments;, advances made. J. NOONAN", 1017
to 1023 Mission st.. above Sixth; open evenings. .<
CRNITCRE PIANOS- etc-advances.-
-fßl'JilUftsiiliipiu*. V.JtiA3. L.TAiLuI. 1 -Uil'v.l. |
tOCMKI i;i".-\T, ESTATE. "
SZ.f\{. REWARD; FOR SALE IN LOT'S TO
OkJVJ suit, *40 to $50 per aire, 1200 acres of
the best fruit land in the state, looattd 4 miles
from Brentwood, on the Southern Fatlflc l.ail-
rcal. 4 miles from Antioch and Id hours from Baa
Francisco; freight to san Fianclsco 75c per ton;
from Antiocn to ,-an Francisco, oy steamer,
WC; land 13 level and needs' no Irrigation; cli-
mate, soil, water and location second to none in
the state; if the above ls.ua is not worth as much
for fruits as lands in Aiameaa, Santa < lara, Sono-
ma, Sacramento and Los Angeles counties, valued
ana selling for $150 per acre, I. will pay ths person
producing such proofs $500: the growing tre.s.
fruit of all kinds, vl' ci, alfalfa and vegetables
, proving the capabilities of the soil: title perfect;
terms reasonable; several small Improved tracts
near station for sale cheap; send for circular.
JAMES OH a HA, Brentwcod, Contra Costa
County, Cal., owner.
49f)nn 33 aches in NAFA county, 1
tjp — KJKJKf. mile from depot; several acres fruit;
running creek; plenty ot wood; good house, 8
rooms and cellar: laree barn and a number of
chicken-houses: horse, chickens and farm tools.
GAM AN & LYON, 216 Kearny St. '
MILL VALLEY-HOI OF 5 ROOMS, BATH
and basement: furnished or unfurnished: nice
location: -3 minutes' wale from the station; fruit
and flower garden: teautlful view; lot 50x150.
Apply 626 Turk St., San Francisco.
<& 1 7 PER ACHE; 1200 ACRES: 700 ACRES
c"p J. I valley wheat land. 500 mountain land: 10
acres vineyard; all fenced; eooa house, barn, etc.;
San Francisco property taken part payment. N.
A. BKIT'ION, Williams, Colusa to, (.au
LITTLE HOMES CLOSE TO TOWN; IM-
proved: easy terms: also 4 to 12-acre pieces
on 8 and 10 years' credit. D. H. TWINtj, So-
noma city: every Monday at 682 Market St.. X F
OAKLAND ADVERTISEMENTS
OFFICE— BROADWAY.
OAKLAXO HEAL ESTATE.
ctoann 3 acres-, good HOUSE. barn,
tjn^U'.'v". cbl ken-houses, etc.; water running
through tract; just the place for fowls; half cash.
HF.LDS REALTY CO., 1146 East Fourteenth
St., Oakland.
GET A CHOICE. "HEALTHFUL HOMESITE
while prices are iow; lots $100 to $150 at
Filchburg. beyontL Frultva.e: the best property
for investment usVv offered; local traius and
electric cars: 10 minutes to Oakland and 40 to
San Francisco; splendid climate, out of damp
belt: soil excellent for gardening; very best water
facilities; good school; terms to suit. Before boy*
ing in this locality see the owner of this property.
C. M. KUNKLE '.I!JV2 Washington at-, upstairs,
room 28, OaxlanT. tal. .• "; ■■'■■
ALAMEDA ADVERTISEMENTS
ALAMEDA HEAL ESTATE.
ft99l¥l NEW COTTAGE; 4 ROOMS AND
tjJ'^i^.KJKt. bath; near station: easy terms. -
92500— New colonial cottaze now building: 5
rooms, bath, etc in excellent location; #150
cash, $25 monthly. -
42550— New cottage, 6 rooms and bath; $150
cash aud .*:■> j monthly.
MaRCUSE & RF.MMEL,
Bay-street station, Alameda, and 628 Market st,
S. F. Office open Sundays and holidays.
»1 OOn GREAT BARGAIN; 4 ROOMS;
«S"JL— kJkJ . bain; gas; high basement; fine Im-
proved lot; reet work all done.
$8000—6 large rooms; cottage; lot 50x207;
furnished. ;,
$60 o— New modern bouse, with latest improve-
ments! great bargain; cost $8500: must be sold.
$1700— 7 rooms: 2-story; lot 50x160.
$70")— Corner lot; 40x133: street work all done.
$650— Lot 40x138: street work a' l done. , —^
E. D. JUDD A CO.. 1424 Park ' <-%
MONEY TO AN.
ANY AMOUNT AT 6% PERCENT ON REAL
estate: second and third mortgages, estates,
undivided Interests, real estate In probate. Lite in-
surance, goods in warehouse, furniture and pianos
without removal: mortgages and legacies bought;
no delay. R. McCuLGaN, 24 Montgomery s;.,
room 3.
CjQfiri (Wil"" AT 6Vfe PER CENT: CITY
»iJ>OkJKJ.KJK)kJ real estate; also Oakland: life
insurance, second mortgages, estates, undivided
interests, real estate in probate; any bum. private
capital place!; mortgages bought. MANHAT-
TAN LOAN CO.. No lo Mills build ing, ground floor
i OANS OK FURNITURE OR Pl4$%OA IN
i J S. V., Oakland or Alameda, at lowest rates,
without removal: no commissions: no do. ays.
J. NOONAN. 1017 10 1023 Mission, above sixth;
tel South 14.
LOW Rate, *5 PER month interest
on each $1009: 55c per month on $10'): second
mortgage: any security. Cash, box 'A Call Office.
BANK LOOKS OF THE CALIFORNIA SAV-
ings and Loan Society bought; money loaned
on ah kinds of person al property. 231 Third st.
UrE HAVE MONEY TO LOAN ON CHY
»■ real estate: Interest reasonable.' Cal. Title
Ins. and Trust Ca, 210 Montgomery st.. Mills buld.
HIGHLY RESPECTABLE AND PRIVATE
place to obtain liberal advances on diamonds
end jewelry or the lowest rates. Baldwin Jewelry
Store, 948 Market St.: telephone Green 204.
* DVANCKS ON FURNITURE OR PIANOS
A with or without removal; no delay: no com-
mission: lowest interest. Room 68, 11 711 Market.
ANY AMOUNT; IST ct 2D MORTGAGES: Es-
tate*, turn. 1. LEVITZK\, 304 Moutgry Ist.
ON FURNITURE. PIANOS; NO REMOVAL;
low Int.; private party. Rm. 3, 402 Geary st.
MONEY to loan on all securities as low as
i'l banks. S. SALOMON, 328 Montgomery.
ANY SUM; Ist OR 2d MORTGAGES FUKNl-
ture, estates, eta H. MURPHY, 628 MarkeL
fl.lA0.0lA) ON LIFE INSURANCE POLICIES
<JPI"J low interest. JOS. B. TOPLH'Z. 33j Pine.
Cjcrk TO $50,000; lowest KATE; Ist* 2D
"pi/U mortg.: any proposition. Dryden. 413 Mont
SUBSCRIPTIONS ASH W AN 1 ADo EOit THK
Call taken at branca omit*. «3» liayes »_;
open until l» :3J o'clock. -..-:. .fi : ;
LOST
I 05T— A LADY'S GOLD WATCH: IN VICIN-
XJ ity of Ninth and Harrison sts.; valued as a
keepsake. Finder will be sui'ably rewarded by
returning same to 1321 Va Broadway.
ON MARKET, BETWEEN MASON AND
Kearuy, an ostrich feather boa; reward. 134
Fourth. '- ''a*;' -'*•)-." '•- ' ; - V '-'-?"'.'
I OST— A PASSBOOK WITH THE HIBERNIA
i savings and Loan Socieiy of sun Francisco, in
the name of BERTHA M. VOsS; No. 178070.
The flji.tr win please return 10 bank.
» OsT-A PASSBOOK WITH THE HIBKRNIA
XJ savings and Loan society of San l-rancisco, In
tbe name of SALOMON LEV No 1991125.
The finder will please return to bank.
'■'■■ J./*^"" FOUND.
GREAT DANE: OWNER CAN HAVE SAME
by proving property. 433 Pine st.
v^H'V TRUSTEES' SALES.
TRUSTEES' SALE— IN ACCORDANCE WITH
the terms and under the authority of a certain
deed of trust, ' duly executed oy KICHAKD
T. OWEN (sometimes ca led rtICHARD T.
OWENS), party of the first part, to HENRY
C. CAMPBELL and THADDEUS B. KENT,'
trustees, parties of the second part, and
the. BAN FRANCISCO SAVINGS UNION,
party of the third pan, dated Apr 11 llth.
1891, and recorded in the office of the County Re-
corder of the County of Fresno, State of California,
In liber 114 of deeds, at pager 48 and following,
and in pursuance of a resolution pasted on the
2t.d day of July, 1897, by the board of directors of
saa SAN FRANCI-CO SAVINGS UNION, a cor-
poration, and tbe bolder of the notes (No. 10,784).
10 secure payment of which the aforesaid deed of
trust was executed, declaring tbat default had
been made in the payment of the principal sums
and other sums due under said note« and deed of
trust, and requesting an.i directing said HENRY
C. CAMPBELL and THADDEUs B. KENT,
trustees, to sell the | real estate described therein
and not recouv^yed to satisfy said indebtedness.
We. HENRY C. CAMPBELL and THADDEUS
B. KENT, trustees, do hereby give notice that on
TUESDAY, the 24. h day of ah ust, A. D. 1897,
at 12 o'clock noon of that day, and at tbe auction
salesroom of Easton.Eldridge A Co., No. 638 Market
street. In the City and County of San Francisco.
State of California, we will sell at public auction. '
to the highest bidder, for cash In gold I coin of the
United states, the pieces or parcel* of land situate
n the County of fiestio, state of , California, de-
scribed as follows, to wit:
According to- the official plats and'^systems- of
turveysot the Government of the United states:
In township thirteen (13) south, range twenty-
one (21) east. Moun Diablo base and meridian: .
Of section eieht (8): the south half of the north-
east quarter (s. Vi of NE Vi). the southwest
quarter of the northwest quarter of the northeast
quarter (SW,*i4 of NW. Vi of NE. Vi): the west
half iW. a/ a. id the scutueast quarter (SK. 1,4):
■---. ExcepUi however, a "parcel described as tol-
■ lows: Commencing at a point on the norm line of
said south uaif of the northeast quarter (S. tfa of
NE. Vi) of said section, distant thereon fifty (60)
feet west of the east line of said section.- and run-
ning thence south, parallel with tbe e'ust line of
said section, to a point distant twenty (20) feet
aorta of tbe south line thereof; thence west, par-
allel with the south line of said section, fifty (50>
feet; thence north, parallel wiib the line of
said section, to tal 1 north line of the south half of
I the nurtbeast quarter (*. % ol NE. V*) of said
section; and tnence east, tloj-gthe last-ncmed
Hue, fifty (50) feet, 10 the point of commencement;
v And containing In all, af.er deducting said ex-
cepted parcel, 1 five hundred ana - sixty-five and
one-half (565.5) acres 01 land, more or less. I
Together Mtbnhe appurtenances. -. N !\ '. '
TERMS OF SALE— Cash In gold coin of the
United States: ten per cent payable to the under-
signed on the fall of the hammer: balance on de-
livery of deed; and ir not so paid, unless for want
of title (ten days b ing allowed for search), than
said ten per cent to be forfeited and the sale to be
void. Acts of sale at purchaser's expense.
; HENRY C. CAMPBELL. l Tr *,..„. •
THAI-HE. IJt, H. K.Jt-N.l, j T r"« - cc*
" . v • '. - ... .... ..■•■■
MAKKIAGK LICENSES.
The following marri^.-a iir-i»ns>i hsv* been
Issued by the County Clerk's office:
P. L. Eisenstein and Sarah i.o-iim in. 25— IS.
Morr s Gross and Sophie Goldrlnu, 26—20
Gustav • p»ier and Her.ha Monaacb, 20—22.
Jose S. Continhoand Maria Soares 24— lis.
David Marshall ana Kth/le I*. Mo, re. 25—23.
Joseph P. btrlegel and Emma A. Sptrks 29—23.
T. P. Sutherland and Viola B. WyroOU 27— .':->.
MAItfUAUES — DEATHS. "
IBlrth, marrlaze and death notices sent by mill
will not cetnser.el. They must be handed iv a-
either cf the publication offices aua be Indorsed
with the name anl residence of persons authorised
to have the same published. J
BORN.
GILBERT— August 12, 1a97, to the wife of Ernest
J. Gilbert, a sou.
HAGANS— August 10, 1897, tothe wife of Albert
. Orva; Hagans. a son.
SCHNEIDER-Auzust 10, 1897, to the wife of
Henry Schneider, a son.
STRAUB-In Alameda, August 10, 1897, to the
wife of Henry Struub, a sou.
THIEBAUT-In this city. Auecs. 10, 1897. to tho
wife of J. J. Tbleoaut a son.
MARKIKD.
LAWRY— HUNTER— In Oakland, Cal.. aVOTTISt
11, 1897. by the Rev. George W. I catty. William
Jonn Le.wrv and Harris. Eliza Hunter, both of
Oakland. " •.•"••.
STORM-COPPAGE-In this city. July. 12, 1337.
by the Rev. James Fell, Captain James F. storm
and M Isabel F. Coppaze. "■-.■■■--
UIEII.
Chapman, Ralph J. McDonnell, Catherine
Costello, Laura E. Murphy, Ce-el.a
Donlzai, Angallne V. Nelson. Rev. A. J.
Guenln. Felix O'Brien. Charles
Heroins, Rebecca J. O'Brien, Etta M.
Hariman. Minna Sprinitruaiin, Edward
Healy. Minnie O. Stevens, Marshal O.
Holterm*nn, Frledrich Townsend. Caroline 3.
Kennedy. Patrick Williams, Mary
Lawford, Ann A. Wilson. Helena
Look, Joseph E. Young, Mrs. Flora
CHAPMAN— In this 0f..-. Auzust 11, 1817. sud-
denly. Ralph J., beloved husoaml of Mary E.
Chapman, and father of Louis B. Chapman, a
native of R"Cklanl. Me. In his 71st year. _
IWFuneral services will be held THIS PAY
(Friday), at 2 o'clock p. 11.. at i lie parlors of
the First Unitarian Church, Franklin and oeary
streets, Interment private.
COSTELLO— In this city. August 12.1897, I.aura
E., beloved dauchter of J. M. and Johanna Cos-
tello, a native of ; an Francisco, aged 15 years
and < month*.
JWFriends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral TO-MORROW
(Saturday), at 1:30 o'clock p. m.. from the
residence of her parents, 1208 Un on street,
thence to St. Brlgil's Church ior services. In-
terment Mount Calvary Cemetery.
DONIGAN— In this city. August 11,1337. Ange-
line V. Donigan, beloved sister of Mrs. M. A.
Malles of butter Creek and Mrs. ('. L. Hutton of
St. Louis, Ma, a native of Virginia, aged 65
years, ->t. Louis (Ma) and New York City
papers please copy. J ,
ftSTFrleurts and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Friday), at 2 o'clock p. it., from the par-
lors of the Golden Gr.te Undertaking Co., 2423
Mission street, near Twenty-first. Interment
Cypress Lawn Cemetery.
GUENIN-In this city, August 11. 1897, Fo'lx.
beloved husband of Eleonore Uuenlu. Luther of
Alice Guenin. and uncle of Mr. en 1 Mrs.' Bay-
mon Fos, a native of France, aged 69 years and
6 months.
as"Friends and acanalntancfti ar<s respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral THIS Ulf
(Friday), at 1 o'clock p. m.. from his late resi-
dence, 1510 Dupout street, ihtnoto Fren.'h
Church, wnere s-rvlces will be held. Interment;
Mount Calvary Cemetery. P. ease omit flowers.
HARKINS— In Port Costa, August 11,1837. Re-
becca Jane, beloved daughter of the late Charles
and Margaret to A. 1 ruins, agel til years and
11 days. 1 Newspapers pleas* cony J
9&"? M funeral will be held THIS DAY
(Friday), at 9:30 o'clock a. m.. from the late resi-
dence hi, Port Costa, Interment Marline* Ceme-
t ery.
HARTMAN-In this city, August 11, 189. Min-
na, dearly beloved • wife of Israel D unman,
mother or Idr. Oussle. Hannah, Either. Abra-
ham L.. 1 aui and Simon Hariman, and sister ot
Mrs. Jennie Harris and th^ late Arnold Unger
of San Luis Obispo, Cat., a native of Schelltberg,
Prussls. .Germany, aged 54 yeari
IS" Friends and acquaintances ar9 rs-snect-
fnllv invited to attend the funeral THIS DAT
(Friday), st 10:30 o'clock a. m.. from her late
residence, lliO Folsom street, thence by 11:30
o'clock A. m. train from Third and Townsend
streets to Hills of Eternity Cemetery for inter-
ment. Please omit Mowers.
HEALY— In this city, August 11, 1897, Minnie
Genevieve Healv. a native of Oakland, aged 18
years and 15 days. SWfe*Bi
HOLTERMANN— in this city, August 11. 1897.
Frlsdilcn Hoitermanu, a native of Hauover,
Germany, aged 48 years. - •■-
-AY Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Friday), at 10 o'clock a. it. from the par-
lors of Charles J. B. Metzier, 636 Washington
street. Intermeut Laurel Hill Cemetery.
KENNEDY— In this city, August 12. 1897, Pat-
rlnk, beloved husband of ju;U Kenned y, aid
father of John, James, William.. Julia, Joseph
and the late Thomas Kennedy, a native of
Queens County, Ireland, aged 78 years. [Now
"ior* papers please copy. J
. A7"Friends and acaualntances are respect
fully invited to attend the fnneral SUNDAY,
August 15, at 7:30 o'clock a. m.. from his lates
resldenca, 20 Cnesle/ stree:, off Harrison, be-
tween Seventh and Eighth, thenco tosuJoiepn's
Ctjuron, where a requiem high mass will be cele-
brated for the repose of his soul, commen>
ing at 8 o'clock a. it. Interment Mount Cal-
vary ceiue'.ery. --..,- "..'...
LAWFORD— In this city. August 12, 1897, Ann
Amelia Lawforl, beloved mother of Margaret
A. and William K. lawford and Mrs. Agnes M.
Nichols of Montrose, eclj.. a native of Noting-
ham, England, aged 60 years.
LOOK— Oakland. August 12, 1897. Joseph E.
Loos, late of Denver, Cola, a native of Cleve-
land, Ohio, aged 25 years and 28 days.
MCDONNELL— In this city. August 11, 1897,
Catherine, beloved wife of Michael .McDonnell,
mother of Clara and William McDonnell, and
daughter of the late Johanna BrasseT. a native
of san Francisco, aged 27 years 10 months and
14 days.
flSTFrlends and acquaintances are respect-
fully lnvitea to attend the funeral THIS U.-vi'
(Friday), at 9:30 o'clock a. m.. from her lain
residence, 30 Welch street, between Bryant and
Brannan. Zoe ana Fourth, thence to st. Rose's
Church for services, commencing at 10 o'clock
a. m. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery- '
MURPHY— In this city. August 11, 1897, Cecelia,
beloved wife of the late Patrick Murpny, a na-
tive of the parish of Soil. County Down, lio.an „
aged 63 years 2 months and 23 days. . . .
Dsf-Frlends anl aconalntanc-M nra respect-
fully lnvitea to attend the funeral TO-MORROW
(Saturday), at 8:30 o'clock a. it., from her lata
residence, 4U9 Folsom street, theuce to St. Tr«u-
dan's Church, where a requiem hlgn mass be
celebrated for the repose of her soul, commenc-
ing at 9 o'clocd^.. m. Interment Mount Calvary
Cemetery. , .. ; -.'.i ■
NELSON— In this City, Rev. A. J. Nelson, a na-
tive of Ohio, aged 69 years.
O'BRIEN— In this city, August 12, 1897, Charles,
beloved husband of the late Catherine O'Brien,
and father of John J.. Katie, Frank. Joseph.
Annie, Ray, Mamie and Charles O'Brien, ana-
tive Of Dublin, Ireland, rued 54 years.
O'BRIEN— In this city. August 12, 1827. Etta
May. dearly beloved daughter of James and
Jane G. O'Brien, sister of George. Jennie and
Grace O'Brien, and niecs of Mrs. T. Welsh i.nd
and George Cottrell. a native of Los Angeles,
Cal., aged 15 years 11 months and 17 days.
SPRINGMANN— In this city. Augus* 12. 1837.
Edward L., beloved husband of Caroline Spr'.nK-
mann. a native of Colbert Prussia, aged 85
years 1 month anl 12 days.
jjj-Frieals and acquaintances . ar« respect-
fully Invited to attend ths funeral TO-MORKO -V
(Saturday), at 2 o'clock p. it., from his late resi-
dence, 437 a Fulton street, near Octavia.
STEVENS— In this c: .-. Angus: 12. 1897. Mar*
shall Green, beloved son of Calvin E. and Fran-
ces Stevens, brother of Calvin Stevens, and
grandson of Mrs. William Green of Vallejo, Cal..
a native of Saa Francisco, a^ed 1 year I montn
. and 18 days. ;
TOWNSEND— In this city. August 12, 1837. sud-
denly, Caroline P.. beloved wile of E. de Kay
Townsend, and daughter of the late Silas c.
1 Herring, a native of -New York.
WILLIAMS— In this city. Ausust 12, 1897. Mary,
beloved wife of John William.'', and mother of
Annie Williams, a native of County GaUay,
Ireland. ... r '
fIS-The funeral will take place TO-MORROW
(Saturday), at 8:30 o'clock a. it., from her late
- residence. 254 Vi Clara stre-t, thence to St- Pat-
rick's Church. Mission street, betwee.i Third
ana Fourth, where a requiem his"* mass will
bs celebrated for the repose of her soil- com-
mencing at 9 o'clock a. ii. Interment private,
Mount Calvary Cemetery.
WILSON— In this city, August 11,1897. Helens,
beloved wife of the late Thomas Wilson, and
mother of Thomas C. Mary H. and Joseph M.
Wilson, a native of Coanty Tipperaiy, Ireland,
aged 56 years 4 months and 25 days, ' Phila-
delphia (Pa.) and Charleston (S. C.) papers
please copy.)
jffipFriends and acquaintances ar» r?spor.-
Inl.v invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Friday), at 9 o'clock a. m., from her late
residence.' 535 Grove street iheno<» t-> sacred
Heart Church. Fell and Fillmore streets, where a
solemn requiem mass will be celebrated f >.' the
repose of her sonl. commencing at 9:30 o'clock
a. M. Interment Mount Calvary Cemetery.
YOUNG— In this city, Augnst 12. 1897, Mrs.
Flora, beloved wife or Simon Younv, mother of
Hvraan 1.. Young, Mrs. E. Ehrenberg. Mr-. 11.
Asber and Mrs. J Coleman, and sister of W.
.-• VAolfand Mrs. D Lewis.
Ml 1~
. McAVOY Sl GALLAGHER,
FUNERAL DIRECTORS & EMBALMER- - , .
SO Fifth St., Opp. Lincoln School.
Telephone South 80.
, ' ili
H. B. McaVuY r Manager
i' MOAVOY <Sc CO.,
Funeral Directors ana Kinbalmeri,
1235 Market St.. Bet. Bth and 9th. .
Telephone South 247.
F. L. GUNTZ. H. W. GANTNBB. .
GANTNER & GUNTZ,
Funeral Directors and Embalmers.
Sand 10 CITY IiALL bUUAJUUi.
! Telephone South 4J'i
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