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ODKBS HOUSE. 8 ROOMS AND BATH- ' • .v ry room sunny. 1123 Devi:>adero st., bet. Turk and Eddy. n.Q HOUSK Ojfc 5 ROOMS IN FINK ORDER: O. come see it. .1567 Kearny. nr. Greenwich! » LLOVER TOW.X I X ">■"■'«;• OU ** S to ren: by BALDWIN & I !O\\ i.i,. 10 Montgomery a . iT FURNISHED HOUSES. . >>>! TAG K-. COMP 1-.TeTy FURNISHKD :" \j A.ameJa; run cheap. Address T. V... 730 I i oug st. 1 I ISHKI) 11. A Is. 1. V BSIsaED- 5-ROOM UPPER FLAT ' >-■_ .1.1. " ic " p,rt of City. GKO. W. 11. PAT- -1 t K-C.V. I7i 9 Mar -et St.- COTTAGES TO LET. COTTAGE OB 4 ROOMS AND BATH. AT \ 4":' Dolon-g st., nr seventeenth. HATS TO LET. A 20 NICE FLATS NEAR VAN XESS AVK., • reduced from «30 to $'J5 and sjCJU. SPECK <S CO., 60.' Market sr. TJJPPKK FLAT N RTHWKSiT COHXKH BU- *-* > hiiuao and Turk s:s. ; 7 rooms, all sunny, up to dale. «•; SUNNY FLATS—I AM) 6 ROOMS. BATH. - 715 Grove st. $16 •nd 225. >< • . .5 .)-MU.»r.KX M. ,I' 5 RM>, 129 ASH. ♦- let. Polk, Van N»-s«. McAlliiter, Fulon. V T i VrKV SUNN V FLAT; 5 ROOMS, -L"i. bath. 73jVb Valencia at. "Vl-.W FLAT 4 KuO.\iS AND BATH: RENT .-> cheap. 61 >imro!i St., bet. 15th :-nd 16th. \, Ki..\ -IN.M FLA'ItJ, 6 AND 7 HOOMt -*i 1 iuli. 352U cutter hi., rent reasonable. 1.) .-. CLAY-FLAT OF 7 BUMS ROOMS- I _-.!•> tin" view ~A_ SEVENTH. (OK. .BRYANT— 4 BOOMS ' " > '"I and bath: rent Sl2; water free. 4^ : : FKANKLI.V — NICE SUNNY Ui»I»KK jf — i- -1 lla.; 5 rooms and bath; modern Improve- Mtn.4. v - J l ;L A 1 TO> ST., SOUTH OF FRED- Oil trick: modern Hat 4 rooms and bath: cheap. YICK FLA I ; 7 KOjMS; BATH; CELLAR; -•-' attic. 3*41 1 we:<:ieth St. QQ LOW KR FLAT OF BOOMS. 27 FBABJ '_ •'. St. oft' Market, near Valencia. 4 J.I. •: '\ 1. ;; "iOWN _ .\ You see flats to rent by BALDWIN & HoWKLL, 10 Montgomery si. - . il WALLKK SI., -NKAK STEIXKR-FIXF •'-— sunny flats of 6 rooms and bath; yard basement: $18. / 'HEAP MODERN Fi.ATS, .'' AN I> 6 KOUild; \^' 48 lo $1(1: &re them. 6'2H Seventh st. - <.)-! ».O.MUUOiaftl Oi. i,l.a.MiJOfFltK •'_ 3 v. 1 U». UU, V>*u» «Jl *OiU bUMCTIpUUUI lateen. HOUSEKEEPING HOO3IS. ISiit'iia A'ist» Park. •j - BUEXA VISTA. CORNER BAKER AND I c) Hnij;bi, 2 sunny inrnphed housekeeping nns Cleveland Street. 1 O CLKVELAND, OF* SEVENTH, BELOW I — Foisom— Frrmi sunny furnished housekeep- ing suite; sink; $8 and 4?. .n-.1. - roe.. " '-I'C\ FIFTH— NEW HOCSE: SUNNY, BAY- • ■'It/ window room, xvitu kitchen; range; run- ning water. •_, "I A 1-TrTH-J UXNY FROST CONNECT- •'A *x mi: hous- keeping looms; ba.U; ttOTe; closet: private: SID 9*>;; FIFTH— vLK.AN FURNISHED HOUSE- • )«.-,; keepios;: .'. *10; J. 812: 3 unfurnished, $14. ><iuve >tre«i. 90*' GEOVE, COR. VAN NESS— T'NFUR- — '"-. nUijed 3-room suites, with gas stove. Howard Court. 1 1 JfiA HOWARD— 2 FINK SUNNY FRONT J- 1 -« V furnished rooms: range; rent $11 50; serontl beil. \ ——. : 1 •- tijic Mree.. I f >•_> JESSIE— SUNNY i- IT.NISHED HOUSE- ) !•»<> kteiiug looms; also double; cneap. -.*iini- street. - iM) MINNA — 2 FURNISHED ROOMS FOR — \)'J housekeeping; good bunoy yard jl-l, JiI>.NA-MCE FURNISHED ROOMS "'"'.' with or wi hout housekeeping. .- J/ ■ MINNA— FURNI-HKD ROOMS, CUil- OIU plete for housekeeping; large yard. j-ii>«ion >tr«o.. q-j 7 MISSION — LARGE FURNISHED CD 1 I rooms; -closets; running water; for light bouaekeep "1 AX? Mis-l -N— MCE SUNNY FUKNIsH- AvtJu ed rooms for housekeeping: also single. 1 Q9fl MISSION, NKAR NINTH — NICE lO+-KJ laree sunny fioni*hou^ekeeplQe room; tO a month. >.innii;» Street. -• ( i ATOM A— '• LARGE, BITSNY, FUR- I ' •* nisued :!;igrojms. with kitchen- S8 and $10. I alt bet. 2:30 and 4pm - • O'larrell Street. Q1 f\ O'FARRELL-3 -U.V.W ROOMS NEAT- -0 1 V/ Iv Turn. shed for housekeeping:. Terry Street. QQ 3 UNFURNISHED. ALL LIGHT, FINE <?O- sunny rooms; separate entrance; rear. 268 Perry st. Scott Street. 11 o SCOTT— 2 LAKUr. SUNN"i CONNECT- HO ing rooms and alcove partly furnished. t*:-»entri Mree.. B-l m. SEVENTH — NICELY FURNISHED X 'J\J rooms for housekeeping; sink and yard. 1 IV S*-VKKTH (UIKaHD) — SUITES AND rl "it— . Kitchen; also singie mis.: newly renovated. J ~i— kitchen: also singip rms. : newly renovated. ' ilockinn 3i I'm.i 1 QA7 STOCK TON— FURNISHED ROOM FOR ! ij\J I housekeeping; rent reasonable. Taylor Street. 3 Taylor— COZY. CLEaN, SUNNY FDR. 0 dished rooms anil ofric'-i; v»ry reasonable. .nth Street. m TENTH— 3 HOUKKKEEPI3TO, SUITA- I£^Z ble for four adults; also, single. lliirtl Street. "I 7 TH J X M - FURNISHED ROOMS FOR 1 i light housekeeping. » ; zinO VANITESB AV£.— WILL FURNISH TO ■)U !: suit or rent unfurnish-d. a few elegant rooms; corner house; every room front; sunny. IM I mieout. i ) OK MORE ROOM* COMPLETELY FUR- t- Dished; suuny; be. City Hull >md Park; private. A] ply 15 Geary 8 . tor particu ar*. i) UNFURNISHED KOOM-4 FOR LIGHT £ hou seket-plns: every convenience; large cloo- ets,«t< ; goi.d l- catiou"; jelt-rences. Addre.s X "i . Z., box ), (.all Office. - V 7 s : MO.V'IMUIIBttY COI.NEK OK CLAY— <;_ 1 open until S»:.iJ c clock: branch ollica at v - < «i -nherriritio.-u nnrl wan . r«K taken. KOOMS TO LKT. I'll BUSH— 2 LARUE HANDSOMELY FUK- 1— 1 nishtd front rooms; piano;, gas; running water. v. ■)[• BU^H-MUNNY FRONT ROOM: FUR- O~.\) nisbrd: single; for gen'.leman. Ciara Street. t' 1 CLARA, NEAR FOURTH— W MONTH; •■'— i large sunny furnished front room. ."i.r.'. A i-udy si rout. % 1 ] D KDDV-HOU.sk NEWLY RKNOVATED; I J| O Iron snlte; other sunny rooms: $5 up CHKHMAN APARTMENT HOfKK, 28 BTH »i. n«-ar Mnrke:: furnished and unfurnished. IV'Vai, HOUSE, 126 ELLIS — INCANDES- Jl 5 D * lights; leadlriK-j-oom. i-mokine-ronm and ladies r-arlor; rooms per nlunt.. Ji6cto«l 60; w*ek. ♦f '° ..!^ : ttorit.l. * 8 to »30; elevator on offlc* Boor:, rooms with not and . old water; baths. OSKDALK HOUSE, «21 ELLIB-200 SINGLE and fan;, rmi; SR)« to 50c niKUt, »1 to $8. wk. 791 KLLI.S-LARGE SUNNY HO3.M, SUIT- -1 *- x able tor lor 2; private family; reasonable. I KOOMS; TO LET- Continued. THK COSMOPOLITAN— SELECT FAMILY 1 hotel: 100 Fifth s>t-,cor. Mission: rooms 60c, 7l>c and $1 per night; «2 to *5 per week. ■ ■^ "isoTtt *iree;. X 99 FOLSOM — CAJKOK BAY-WINDOW 0~0 trout parlor, suitable 2 gents: rent $10. (£>l PER . WKJ..K— SONNY FURNISHED »B> X room*. 1820 Foisom st , near Foimh. l'uiion street. 9 FULTON (FULTON HUUBK)- MC;ELY FUR- *' nishPd rooms: single or on suite : (Sand $15 up. drove Street. 1 n C GROVE-NICELY FURNISHED LARGE X\JO front bay-window room: 38. Kearnv Street. ARLINGTON HOt>K, 127 KKaRNY- xi- Pleasant sonny rooms, en suite ana single: tirst ciass in every rni«t; terms reasonable. JUarket Street. 1 1 OO MARKET— Tu~NNY BUSINESS* i-i-fci^ suites: also single rms.: newly renovated. Minna Street. (\(K7 Ml: *- VA . COR. EIGHTH— NEWLY FUR- liul Dished bay-window room; $1 a week. 4-'» n- ."iroo.. HANCOCK HOI'SI-., .-.1 MISSION: FKLF.CT JJ !*m!ly rooming-house. 81 50 to $1 ].p» «fet I yno MISSION— LARGK SUNNY DOUBLE 1 »-w front room: a so single. t»loaia Mice.. X 77 natoma — 2 Suites of HOUSE- Oil keeping rooms; rent, $8: single, $4 per m '. ' Page Street. I O- PAGE— FUKNISUED ROOMS; SUNNY; .1 <JO private family. _ i osi Mree;. AT BOHFMIA. 289 PuST, 3 BLOCKS FROM XV Palace Hote —large sunny newly furnished rooms; private bah; with or without tiis>cliss board; elevator. 9'JQ POST, S BLKS PALACE— HAY WIN- —O " dow sunny mi; board Optional. elevator. ]> AKDOLPJI HuusE. 501 POesT; 1 OR. MA SON: J.I 50 bay-winaow parlors; smaller roumj; run- ning water, gas: $1 50 to 84 50 per week. R*>*} Post — CHANGED HASDsi THOE- i./__ oughly renovated: suites Arid single; hot and cold water, bath. MRS. M. MHDIZ. i oireii >iree» 017 POWELL (THE COSMOS) —EL "'• gantly furnished rooms; reasonable. Seventh Streeu — — 1 3ft SEVENTH ST.-X.CKLY FURNJSHED -LOU front room; reasonable. cn «.»:■. Street. OTf) STEVENSON— A P SUNNY FRONT \J—\J rooms: single or doube. Mucktnn street. EUROPEAN. 17 STOCKTON — ELEGANT J~J rooms; suits or single: day, week or month; baths: hot and cold water; transient; elevator. Thirteenth Street. 090 THIRTEENTH. BET. MISSION AN «' — U Valencia— Two rooms furnished for house- Keeping; running water; large porch: rent $10. Twenty-third Street. 079Q TWENTY- — 3 FURNISHED <-» • *-O rooms forjhoust MlgoellHiieous. "VTKWLY FUKNISHKD FRONT ROOM IN Xl private fa mi y. with gas and bath: desirable location. Address Rooms, box 60, Call Office. SUNNY FURNISHED KOUM; HOT AND C? cold water, large c'osel, bah, gas. etc.: pood location; 6 minutes' w<-lk from Kearny and -Ma ket si 5 : relerencea required. Address l". V, P., box 2. Call Office. r.OAKDDG AND ROOMS. P HOUSK, 2JSM"KTWOMEKY ST., s. y. l\i 300 beautifully furnished. sunny rooms; terms. Ameriran plan $150 to f'J 50 per day: European 50 cents to $1; free coach. J. s. YOUNU, Proprietor. f.WLV FURBISHED: CHEAP; MLS i-X . leave city at once; account sictness. G. T box 19, Call. - - . OTKL BERTLIN.,, 7U BUSH, ABOVE Powell— strictly tirst-c:ais; for gentlemen and lamiliei; convenient to business center ana prin- cipal streetcar lines; references r, quired. OAQ VAN NESS — NEWLY FURNISHED O\JO sunny rooms: table board; terms moderate. KOQKLYN HOTEL, 203-212 BUSH ST., XJ board and room $1 to $3 per day. 6to $12 per wees: choice rooms 60 cents to 91: t>ui:e room for family $1 tosl &0 per night: first-class tervicu: Iree coach. CHARLES UOKTUUMKKY. HACKMEIEI'.'.-S HOTEL, l'-'3 TO 129 EDDY st.: choice sunny rooms %'i 50 per week and dp: board, Al table, $6 Rnd up. f'KED ERTKL and ADAM HACKMEIEK, Proprietors. CHILDREN BOARDED. rpWO OR THRBK CHILDREN WASTED TO X board; will teach them. 3239 Sixteenth. p ERMAN LADY WISHES A CHILD TO VI board: eood home, 435Va Haves st. STORES TO LET. _ STORE. 833 SIXTH ST., USED FOR CLUB- O room; nicely fitted. ftif' STORE, 5 LIGHT BOOMS; YARD; ID. side entrance. 911 Folsom St., ur. Fifth. |>ART OF STOKE TO LET AT b35 McALLI X ter su OTOREB, OmtEa BASEMENT, HALLS, IN 0 old building of Y. M. C. A.,i!3-S butler; ivni low; splendid location for restaurant. Apply 11. J. MCCOY, '208 Mason it OFFICES TO LET. TO RENT— DESK ROOM : CROCKER BUILD- -1 Ing. Address a. B. C, box 9, Call Office. EMMA bPKECKELS BUILDING. 927 MAR- ket st.-sl2 10 820. ABBTOK. room 210. HORSES. * CCTION HALES KVERY (SATURDAY At -TV 11 o'clock of horses, buggies, wagons, barnat etc. 2mporinm sales yiuo.\ v.".'O v ueucu bi~ i. WATKINs, anctionear. 4(1 Homj.fc.3 luX bALb,. Al.*u \vauo> •> tanias, r*rt* barnets; Urand ArrndaKorM Alai-kat, 327 MM st ; ancilon sales every W<M **mL*T. bULLIVAA 4 I>OYLE. Auctioneer*. JU&T ARRIVED, 150 DRAUGHT AND driving hors'-s. US ALL'S, 721 HowaM. WAGONS AND CARRIAGES. rpWO-UORBE COAL AND HAY WAGON: 3 X tons capacity. »58 .M.i*sion st. rpRADE BLUGY FOR LIGHT WAGON. I.\- -1 quire Star Oil Co., 11l Van Ness aye. LOUR • PAMHENIiEK CART, ifRKWBTSK JT coupe and landau, practically new: cheap. O'BRIEN & BOSS, Gulden Gate aye and Polk St. ALL KINDS NEW Jt SECOND-HAND WAG- - onA. carriages, buggies, carts, harness; largest assortment, io» es. 1 rices. 15tli and Valencia Mi [TTbOaTnSi UAHGAJN.-?! BAiiUAINi! IN !-> new and second-hand wagous. bui(g.e\ cant, barneaa, robes aud blanket]. Lelbola Haraeu COmpauy, *'ll Larulu ml, opp. new City Hall. LINE LAUADRV. BAIvEK'.-> AA i> MILK J wagons cheap tor cash or installments: 1 Una top and open buggy: - also 1 hack. t>2b Harrison l- ij.iU j./iVm el.— UttA-M-ji . Ut'i'lCa Or OO V 'in* '*■"*] MIMcnpUUU4 1.1111 »»u. 1.U3 taVen., LEGAL NOTICES. rpHE CALIFORNIA DEBRIS COMMISSION, A having received applications to mine by :m bydraonc process from I) D. A Hard el ills, in the Cambridge mine Dear Plymouth, Aiuador ca, 10 deposit talliniL's on a flat; fiom W. C. Corbett and A. W. 1 armichae , in the McMar'.ln mine near union Valli-y, ilunia.s 1 c. to •o«!fio«ilt tailinxs be- hind the dam of the i.-oxl Hope Mining Co. ii Onion Valley < reek: from Georg- vV. >. ohler, in the Alohter mine nea I'u.e ( ity. .-i*>rra Co., t-> <!•- posit tailings in a mv r>e below 'th» mine: from Manuel si va and Jot* ph Knos, in tlie Manuel Mlva Mining Co.'s mine v.ear • herOKee, Butte Co., to deposit tailings in '..-prmg Valley Creek; imm J. H. Kneeland Jr., In the Culfiix Gravel and Pierce claims near Colfax, Placer Cay to deposit tailings In Long Jiavm»; from L U>hern>d ala., in the American Gmvel ."fining (.o.'» mine I near Centervtlle. Unite la, to deposit tai iius In ravines below the mine, and from i,.tt Kate Hayes Mining (o, In the ManzanilH mine 11-ar Sweet- land. Nevada Co., to deposit tailing* in the im- pounding ba.-ln of the old Maozunlta mine— gives notice that a meeting will be held at room 59. Flood building. Kan 1 r ncisco., Cal, on Novem- ber 29. 1697, at 1:81 r. m. CHEAPEST AND BEST IX AMERICA— U WEEKLY GALL, sent to any addrewi In the United htatf s or Canada one year lor $1 60, post- •ge tree : /,..■**". J THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 17. 1897. PKKSOKAI.S. , " U,* ANTED -AC 'UFLK- ANTICIPATING " matrimony to be marled id the den of -Ad. geS lions Sunday, .Nov. 28.. Appiv at Chutes af.er 10 a M. : parties living out of town will p ease send tb.-Ir photographs. ■ * VII-S ANDEKSOX. GRADUATE. SWhDISH Jfl nurse; b*:hi: genuine massage; -w-d-.-h movement; indies, gents. 906 Market St., room 2j, second flo. r. ' ■ ... . . MISS MARIE <-REV. MAXICUKE PAR- l'l lorn. Call at 303y 3 Milter si., rooms 3 and 4. T EVERY 1 ASlr. AND DOTHK FINEST 1 Uiilrdresslnjj for only 'J6c: switches from $1 unto $6 50: switches of the nnest, best qimli y of hair ' for only $3 10; bangs cut and curled 15c G. LEDEKKti, 111 .Stockton St. ADVKE FREE: DIVORCE LA Wo A SPKC- laity ; private; no fee wit' out success: collect Otis (.'.W.HOWE, atty at law, bSU SlarKet.cor.stocktn QUINO.NIAIs INUiSPi -.K.-ABLK AS A HaIR V£ dressing. G. LEDKRKR, 111 Stockton s:. Tilt COMIC OPERA IX i.o. O. F. HALXiON. 1 .December 1 cannot take pi nee Owing to sick- ness: pupils thoroughly prepared for tne protest- slonal stage at J. (r, EVE .'■> Opera School, 1236 Market st., Murphy Building. "pkR. COWAN, CHIROPODIST, IiKMnVEDTO XJ elegant offices, 229 Ke«rny st., near Bu&h TVI AEIifERITt: GARCIA, EMBKUJDKKINCt i'l and sewing. 2sy 2 sixth it., room 15. I A W— WANTED, MAN TO STUDY LAW IN ij office; preference 10 good reasoner; willing to purchase In.crest in busiuej. Full particulars irjm si. J., box 12 Call. CLOAKS AND TaILOK-MADK SUITS RK- V tailed at wholesale 11 cure*. '20 hansoms it. HUF>CIiMiJJi, bA.MIAKV PLUMBER, XI. jauntier, ti'3 '.olden ate «v. Te!. I*uiteri7l. HAVE YOUR FKATHSB P.EDS AND Pil- II lows filled. McCABE, 870 Mission, cor. I ifth. KOwMS \VHUKNKD,SI SO UP; PAPERED,**; It tinted, S2. i. D1X0>,421 Jones, tel. Bik. 1295. r.l\l\ business cards printed. $1 ; O\Jvt 25 visiting cards, 25c. HILL, 22 V4 Geary. pAl'Kji-UAM)l\u, PAINTING, WHITEN- -l in?, etc.; wall paper, 4c up. MERIGA.N, 1302 Weoster. Telephone, Pine 4933. BADGE.-*, PHOTO. AND BADGE BUTTONS XJ made in San Francisco at Eastern linens. WALTER N. BRUNT, 535 Clay St.. IS. F. T>lti OUTDOOR bTEKEOPIICON SJiOWEVE- XJ ry night tor. Market and Sixth st». • artlstlcad- Vertiseme.its In living light: promoters of ou Diss. Consult OWL ADV. CO, 1 140 Market st. \t US 1)11, 1). HA 1.1 OX. SPECIALIST IX CO -Ii liiif merits and female diseases, 808 Howard. T^LECTRIC LIGHTS IN hVBKV 800 J-< Winchester House, 44 ihli-d st, nr. Market; 200 room*, 25c to $1 50 per night; $1 60 to ifflper week; Iree bus anil baggage to and from the terr SUPERFLUOUS. HaJKs REMOVED UY O electrolysis. MRS. DR. WELCH, 2115 Bush. SUUTOORDKRON X.A'>» 1-vSIAU.MrXI O L. LKJVIOa, 1117 Market it, bet 7th and Bth. 1 MAKKKI bT.— BRANCH OFFICK OK lilii T 1 ALL want ah unit gubscrtijtmns taken. DRESSMAKERS. VI MK. <;uli>>tmn--ei.ei;ant, STYLISH i'l dresses $5 up; drfh»»s mudeover. 6 l-ddv.r 86. MKmUAT,. A PROCESS THAT IS I'KKFECTLV HARsT -i»- less; neyer fails In any case of monthly sick:- msa, no miter 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 la conflnement with ea»itarian convenience* Con- sult fn he only I ' eliabe clans, DR. AND MRS. DaVIEs, 14 McAllister St.. next UibernU Bank: hours » a. m. to 5 i nd 7 tort p. m. A LI. MONTHLY IRJtKGOI.ARITIKS OK ■TV other Conditions resiored at once safe at any time: kind sympathy and nil: instant relief for travelers: lumor< aiid ult-pr* removed by electric- ity; home in confinement: best car- and privacy: for guaranteed relief consult Hie doctor before go- Ids: elsewnere; advice free; confidential. MR"a DR. WYKIII, 918 Post st., near I. art m. A PROCESS THAT Sf.VKR FAILS TO RE- S\. store every case of monthly sickness fro whatever cause in a few hours when medicine and others have tailed; no Instruments used; many y»»rs' experience: every case suar'nteed; advice free; terms r-asounb.a: firs;-c:ass private home for confinement. Mils. DR. DALIV, Hi Market St.. over Owl i)ra»s.orp. A Sl' lt I-., SAFI-. A.Nii M'EKDY I'l'RK iOlt XI. all female diseases: a home In confinement, with best possible tar<*; with the privacy of a hi>me aid the convenience of a hospital; those who. are s'ck or discouraged should call on the doctor and state their case: they will find in her a iruefrieud: all consultations free and aiwo.uteiy confidential. MRS Pit. GWYKR, 22tf Tur* st. LL (IF DH. FOULET'S < AI'SULKS ARK -i» guaranteed absolute cure lor ail lemale dl»- -eases; positive safe and Mire; no Hunger or after effects: uken in lime it also acts as a preventive: price $1 50 per bux, sent free by mail on receipt of price: consultations 0:1 all special diseases free. WALLER EROS.. 33 (i ran t aye., S. «-. A cau- tion— Before purch»sinc elsewhere, write us. • Ot T RE CORK, Wll OTHERS FAIL; NO 0 medicine or Instruments: every woman her own physician lor all trma'.a troub do matter irom what cause; restores in one day: nover falls: consultatloa free: can be sen. and used at home. UR. POPPER. 318 Kearny k Order* by tol. \\H. AND MRS. WrGKNBK, 1312 (iOLDEN 1-' Gate nve. formerly 520 KdUy si.— Safe, quic cure for all female complaints Kuuranteed; private home in confinement: •very comfort: uifan adopted; terms moderate: pills $1. CriC: SPECIAL. ELECTRIC TREATMENT O\J for ladies only at th»lr residences by an pi- periencea operator and nurse: please name .he hour. T. R., box 8, Call. T^KX. GOOOWI.N, DISEASES OF WOMEN; XJ lading near or far: safe, quick cure guaranteed: any a.lment; maternity borne; care; skill only; low ites; Dr. tchnck's selt'-care. $5. 401 Van Nesi. A Boon to wiviis and mui'iikks- sj;- -/V guro; price ?1 50. RICHARDS <fc CO., 403 Clay «l ; send Vi-c. stamp for particulars to Sequro Manufacturing Co., 631 X st., Sacramento. Cal. ALP. AU'.-i FRENCH J'.LIJS— A BOON* TOLA- J\ dies with ifiuaie troubles; no danger: sftfeand •ore; $2 50, ezpres* C. o. D. ; don't delay until ma Ut«. OsGuOD BROS., Coast Ageuu. Oanlaud. cal. MEMOVED— MRS. DX. SCOTT, KOKMKKLY It 410 Geary, now 1 104 Market: iiisens<*s if the eye and female coiupa.nts ■> specialty ; <i>iiiulta- t ton free; cure or no fee. i — Si 1 O.nFIDKN 11 — l.Aults.a IN iJ.UUiiLt, \J communicaie wita Liu. aAA'iEK, HA \>imu »ye., B*ni'rancise\ I \V rHAKs FEMALE REOULATLVU PILLS; XJ safe and efficient emmenacogne: (1 par box. RICHARD-* &. CO.,drucg.Sts, 404 Clay i[..K)iat|tf, STERILITY CURKD BY MRS. UH. SAT 0 tier, gr»duate tudwife, 1709 Powell, tel red 2641 UARIS MATERNITY, 609 BUSH; CONFINE- -1 mi- nt a: home 10 days, $20. Tel Green 581. CUKE CURE IRKEUULAIUIIES OR OTHER 0 lemale diseases. MRS. DR. i'L'KTZ, 2&4y 3 4th. HOME IN CONFINEMENT; DISEASES OS? 11 women. Mrs. l>r. Fuiiko, 141 d bill at., Aiuiueda. j.l: HALL, 14 McALLIHTKiI ST., -<i-Ai Lf Jones— Diseases of women and children. DENTISTS. \7"AN VRuOM 4. tU.'S I.LKCTRO- IIKMAt T Parlors, f97 Market su ; lady attendant; no g*s or other dangerous ttnasthetici glve.i; electricity tie great ageac used to relieve piuu; teeth tillsd. and extracted painlessly by oar new electrical proceas: a written guarantee given with an woric done: lowest prices; be.st work; all surgical worK attended by O. W. Williamson, M. D.. physlciaa sod surgeon; examination ire* by the use of our Dew electrical appliances: porcelain and gold crowns; Bridle- work and teeth without dates » M'eclaitr. Klectro- Dental Jf.nor^. tt»7 Market 1: LULL SET O. TEETH, i? 3: PaINIES^ KX- -1 traction; nee our combination plate, thin as paper: warranted JO ye rs; teeth without plates; cr. »n and bridge work our specialty: lepth im- planted or transplanted: fillings 60c. Crowns $.: 50: Mil work painleis aud wnrruutid. Chicago Deutal Parlors. 1.4 Sixth St. VIEW VUiIK DE vi 1.-l'i-l'. ATK>, $.1 hO UP; IX silver lings. 25c up; gold filings, 75c up; plates mended. *1 up; all work vsnrran ted pain- less extraction, BOc. 969 Mission sl, BE. ,ior 6th. ]IK. Hf.OKi.B V,,, LKEK, Tun UK.sUINK XJ LeeU (ientis:. d.s'overer of painless extraction and i atpnteo of Improved bridge work or teem without any plat", moved from 6 to 20 O' larreil. DR. LULLUM HILU 1443 MARKET ST., NR. U Eleventh.' 10 charge for extracting when plates are made; o<i plates made ovi-r like new; l«e;a irom $8 per set; extracting SOc; gas giv*c. /^KOOiIK I'JtNTAL ASSOtIA) lON, 769 MAX- V kct, oct. lid and 4th: fa.isNpecia.lais; patntesi extracting with gns. $1: plates. 97 up.' nil. $1 up. ,£.-: FULL OF TEE H: BEST MAKE: •_• • . kept In repair: extracting free; fillings 6()c. crowns *3 60. Pacific Denial i arl .rs. IS Third. HIO DENTAL PARLORS, »0(> SiAItKKT. \J painless extracting, soc: open eve'ngs and Sun. Dli. J. J. J.KtK, 11-6 MAKK. 1 ST.; OPEN evenings: Sunday till noon; registered dentist. \ir c. HARDING, M. li.. COO suite it, COR. it . Powell: tel. Mam 5375; painless extraction. « LL WORK REASONABLE AND WAR- A ranted. DR. J. W. KEY*, 1320 Market, st ET Of TEETH WITHOUX" ~r\^*.x*. li^" O H. c. Young, 1841 Polk su /-^OLTON* DENTAL ASSOCIATION. BOd -*■*■*■ \. lies st. Vli. CHARLES W. DECKKK S\Y. VOH. HIXTEENTH ST., NEAR MISSION • branch < flic* 61 '■**** Uu. buoscriptlou* »uJ v. ant ads taken. EDUCATIONAL. jf|f^fi3| A SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL CULTURE ASD ■A. > locution. 1215 Octavia si., San Francisco. MISS ELIZA MACKINTOSH, pupil of Professor U. \V. Baynunm, Glasgow, Scot and. and graduate of the tchool of Oratory, Philadelphia, pa, teacher. Office days. 'lhurj. p. m., Saturday a. m. HE A LD' a. BUSINESS COLLEGE, 24 , POST JJI st. — Bookkeeping, business practice, snort- t. ».'!-.. typing, telegraphy, languages, English, branches: electrical, civil and miiitiige'iglru-eriii;. mi .iiiL'. as-ayini;, navigation, ens.: 521/ teacher*: day ami evi-ninir sessions: write tor catalogue. KOOKKEEPING-THERK 1H NO COLLEGE JJ on < anli x\ host- course is as thorough as mine; 4 to 8 weensunly tequlred: rapid. ty a? figure* a specialty. TA K4-1, 856 Market, st , room 572. Ai Rfc.* i,Lsi;>E»?l CU^Lfa.!-.*.. i,ii 41ONT- A. gomery X.; individual ruction In short hand, typing, bookkeeping, telegraphy, etc.( Mr* nJiolarslnp $51/: lot* rule* .- per wee* ana mouth. 1 TINTS DANCING ACADEMY, 320 POST; 1' juvenile clashes sats., 2pm; private lessons dally, 10:30 to 5; adults' c.ass Monday evenings. NGINEiiiUNU SCHOOL: CIVIL, ELECT*. -Ej mining, inecn., survey, assay, archil.; day&eva.- est. Ife64. A. Vi.\ DEKNAIIXKS, ,9B3 Market. pKIVATK INSTRUCTION IN VnOAL MC- i- sic, Marches! system, S2 50 an hour; term '.'. months. 81 1 Leaven worth st. INGINO. PIANO: . PARIS. OKADUATE; 0 French, Spanish. Her. Jang. : (2 ma 109 Taylor. A I ISS GAMBLE'S . DANCI.NO . *CHuOL: ■i'l adult* caw- Mat. 8 P. M. 317 • Devisudero. "pooKKr.ii.Pl.\u. AKllHMmli;, 1 WAITING. -LJgram., etr. ;day,nitrbt $5 mo. 1604 Mki.,np.Btn. LA SCO'S LYIEU M aVUUoL, OF ACTING— J-> Pupils rehearsed on stage. Alcazar building . 7 I'DLAM bCHOOL OF UJ.OCUTIU.* AJSU Jj Diamatlc Art. 9.8 i-utter St. . SPAAisM — CLASSES IJAILY; S3 MONTH; 4 0 tot) p. m. Koom 10, Y. M, C. A. building. pUITAK, MANDOLIN, AN D VOCAL VJT lessons $3 mo Mar.- \Vesth:>as 89 Fitth »c CI.AIKVOYANTS. MKS. DR. F. CLARK, THE DISTINUUISHKL 1 ■'I trance clairvoyant and medium; while en- tranced she will reveal every hidden mystery in life; she will show you how to overcome your enemies, lemove family trmbles. restore lost af- lections: unites the separated, recovers lout, stolen or buried properly: locates treasures, minerals; tells your entire lite, past, present and niture. while In a perfect trance. Kours. 10 a. m. to 6p. m. ; perfect satisfaction guaranteed by mail. Mend htump for circular wlih apeclal t-ernis Mils..j)iL KCI.AIIK. ran KB & 28. llfOtf Market, opp. sixth. \|MK I.X SUKMAXD. CLAIRVOYANT. i»I lormerly 1 Polk st., returned to 50^ O'Farre:!; readings; ladles. isc; gents ftOc. YOUK FUI'UKE TOLD iT CARDS; LaDIES 1 10c: gents 1037V 2 Folsom st. MMX. SJLOKKaU, UK V MEDIUM, CLAIU- j.tI voyant, curd-reader; i(9o up. 73 Fourth su MMJf. SYBILLE. CKAI>LE TO «KAVfI; IV- ture husbanu's picture 2Sc;ladies 914 o'Farrell \, lhi> MELVILLK. (JKBAT CLAIHVOYANI >•• and water reader. iCJJ Vi Mission, opp. Mint. V|WK. KaVkNa KEAIJS Lltk iXUf.Ki'I.K; i'l business advice, earner given; Use up.& Fourtn, MKS. MULLIE VINCENT; 31AGNKTIC healer and medium. 28 Ellis St., room 8. MJ<W. koss, palmist AND CLAIRVOYANT! i»l hours 10 to 4, 7. to 9; g. 50c, 1. 25. 205 Turk. GYPSY LIFE- READ EK. 3 SEVENTH ST.: vT ladies 2. r ic, gents sue; ell questions answered. VI KM. UK. ANNA FJKsT IN ÜBB I>l profession: never tails; advice; help. »'. ) Port. \iME. HA.NSKN, PALMIST, CAHD-U KITEIt; 1»1 last, present and future; 25c. 148 «lh, r. 5. IiyiHKLGKAY.tLAIKVOYANT.CAKDREAD mis'.electro-niacneiic heAlg.ll69 Mission SPIKITUAI.IS3I. VI RS. KATE HAWKINS. DEVKLOPINO CIR. lil Mon. eve.: clr. Tues. eve.; Bluings dai.y; *1. 701 McAllister st. ' HI LARKIX — PJCOPLB'* >PIHITUAI -111 mtetlng; goo! mediums; admission free. r ri:siiiiii-: ri.\(.;,H P.M.. 10c. 335 Mcallistkb 1 Mitt, rs. Evens, Jle.i*i. ,Ha grave. Ha: s >n. AM. FItANCISJ. lM)hftMJ,...\ ! bLAIK -f\ . writer. lIS lialghc si. : hours a until 6p. m. X J P.S. MA > U IK H», 1 1 -1,;. OAK: CIRCLES -'• lues. 8 p. If.. Tliurs. 2p M ; -Jsc; readings $1. \ I K.S. J. J. \VHIT.\KV, SflKll UALMKWIM, •*' for messages and advice. 218 Stockton si. OCCULT SCIKNt'IC VI US. UUKLBUT. 846 HAVES; TUACHER; i.'i mag'ietlc healer: bus sittings daily. MUSICAL, INSTRUMENTS. AT iIMAN. CLAY & CO.'s, THE MICI- iHi headquarters of ili« Pacific Cons-, n ilia place to. buy pianos and organs; new pianos from $175 to 91400; second-hand from $5<J upward; terms as low as $3 per mouth; sole representa- tives for steinway .t hons, A. B. Chase, Kmerson, Ludwlg. Sml.h & Barnes pianos anl Estey ptanoi and organs. Corner of Keaniy and Suiter sti. * BBOLUTELY TUX OLDEST AND I,AKO- S\. est house west of chicaeo H KOULER A CHASE'S. ,26. 28 and SO O'Fanvll st. Pianos. organs and all other musical instrument*, of all grades anl prices. Terras easy: prices lowest. 1- Yerythlni; > possible t-OUo to picaaa . uui kalis'/ the customer. * PhW USED PIANOS AT HACRIFICE prices: liardman, steinway, Chase Bros , Km' erjon, Sorumer, from $dO up; several curloads j'jst arrivi' and we must have room; pianos will neforctdout this week without, regard to price. THE J.DEWlNCiCO.,2dfloorFlood Uds.lth&Mkt. A Cl L'ALLYSACMKHJKiJ— LJ«TOK PIANOS -T\- fur following week: $660 Melnway. 8275 $550 l bickering, $2to: $450 Colby. if'.'iS iftiOO Ccnovtr, $300; long list second-hand piimos. halt price, if so up. The F. W. SPENCER COMPA- NY, 838 Market st, • i\ SECOND-HAND PIANO*, ,*QUAKE AND —"* upright, at your own. price, «nd on your own terms, for one week only: we must have room for new stock. HHKKMa.V, CLAY & CO., cor. of Butter and Kearny sts. BON,>-±.\tDK- REDUCTION IN PRICK.-*— -L» Halnes. Knabe. Bush & (Jerts and others; »ec- rnd-baui pianos from '9l o.o up. \V. C UaMIL- -IUK, successor to A. L. Bancroft >Jc Co.. 524 Post. I AROE STOCK OF VIEINWAY, CHICKER- J-i mc and other standard makes of upright piano, from $125 to $.'SO at IIEINK & CO., 136 Ellis, Y. M. C. A. bui.diug; sHAW agents. AND THAT AIN'T NO LI — lI OR ONG'S .. V pianos i>re the best; bargains; second-h»Dd Steinnay, Gab er, Ivers * Pond. 216 Post st. • (\ GOOU 2D-HAiND PIANOS; TERMS £AbV *-\} prices low; Chicfcerlnn, Steck, Vose, Merlluz, BKNJ. CURTaZ & hOjf, 16 and 20 O'j arrell st. SOHMER& CO.. BYRON MACZY, KEWBY. > Evans, Brlggs ana other pianos*, see oor rent plan; no Interest urst year. SOS. 810, 812 PosL . ADliUNlbT.ttAToK'.'s HALE — iIU&T SELL: XV pianos ac immeusa redaction for cashoroa insli'liments Ka'lO.v EsTaTK. 735 Haricot st. ANDHOME walnut piano, 71/3 CC- -11 laves, slso; squares from $25. BTAIjIAM: lOb'Mi-Alllater st. JKkiXD- HAND UPRIGHT FOR $50. 0 Great Largalus in new. pianos at Ma UVAIa', 769 Market st. ®(iFL KJNE, LARGE UPRIGHT; BACRI- «JpUU. fired for cash 1361 Folsom. cor. Tenth FAMILY LEAVING MUe> I SELL $600 UP- -1 right; gr#at sacrifice. 815 Golden Gate aye j >lANOS, ORGANS, ALL KINDS OFML'SICAL J Instrument , tuned, repaired. 1131 Va Mission. I." ING&BURY (1897 MODEL). IS Tit PIANO XV you want. J. HARRY UTi, 628 Hayess- JJj 1 (|/|PIA.\O; GREAT B*KO.»I.\.BCHMHZ, «P4,VU, IB McAllister, near Hloernia Bank. UPKKIOR VIOLINS, ZITII KKH, uLD ANEW. 0 li. M i" 1.L.-. it. nmker, repairer. 2 Latham place j KNABiC PIANOS; 'NEW bCALK; AfclW JV style*. A.OHLEK & CHASE. 30 O*Farreli 84. AT bHKKJIAN, CLAY & CO.'d ONLY U *^» • V you find a stock of new stein wav pianos. ! lost. ; -■•:. ;;■ : T ost— lN vicinity OF chinatown. XJ gold watch, one hand missing; leather chain attached.' Return to Collector 195, -station I), PostoiHce, liberal reward. ;: . • . ;<_ ; : - T O8 I— SMALL BLACK-AND-TAN -DOG. Vl- \ 1 clnily of scott ami >aciamento sis, ; liberal rewind; return to 2038 Scon st. .■ - , ? 1 OST— A BLACK AND TAN FEMALE DOU 1 ' Please return to owner, 60* Jessie st_, near seventh, and receive a good reward. ■ • , ; .-.. . v - LOT —AT "METROPOLITAN TEMPLE leather cigar-case ■" contalt-'ing ■ gold-rimmed spectacles. W. <•. CLAUSSEN, 815 Battery st.'.- I AiJVs BLUUSE *» Al-T, ON OUi-R KB HV. \j b«i. Eigiit^enth and Thirtieth. Return to 14111/2 Guerrero at. • . . . • ;. ; I OST— A PASSBOOK WITH THKHIBERNIA Ju Savings and Loan Society, • In the name of MARTIN Xl- -TING or HANNAH KEATING, Xo. 148644. The finder will please return to bank. SJEWKSa-MACHJIOiS. ; Q> 9 MONTHLY; RESTED, REPAIRED, C— bought, sold: machine supplies. 145 sixth. \ LL KIND? P.ULUHT, SOLD, EXCHANGED, jt\. rented; repainug; lowest rutes. 205 Fourth, CITY REAL ESTATE. CC. BEMI*. :;•. :t■■ . -i ■.-,• ■ j . KtAL ESTATE AND LAND AGENT, - 'w v. > ;: : ; 824 GOMfc-RY sT. * .' FOR .SALE. Choice building lot on Army and -Tih its.; close to e'ectric road. $5 00— Good corner for store; must be sold; lot 62:4x60 feet. . .. . ¥6700— 50x127 :« feet on Jackson St.. overlook- ing the Presidio and buy. - . •■ ; ■' '■ i"i"-var:i on JPa;:e »t ; panhandle of park. 1 $i>oo— Choice bonding lots north of park. Bargain— ss\V. cor.; Si )j aye. and C st. ; 169x95 ft. MIH-iON Hi.MX?- SKW AM) M9DKK.N: 5 and 6 rooms: cottHgea mid houses 82600 ito i 3200 each: $400 cash; *25 monthly ; corner j Twentieth and Castro sts. F. NELSON. BEAU TI FLU HOME IN BEAUTIFUL BERKELEY, AT HAL* WHAT IT COST. - ■ ' f4oo'J— perhaps a IllUa less: splendid modern 9 room and ba.h re lnence, la perfect condl.ion: very large corner lot:- plenty of runshiue reet work complete, Including stone walks etc.! tine lawn; 11,0 var.eties \-i iosim, pnlm tr- es, la ; 6 minutes' walk tr<m Berkeley stution and Uni- versity g ound-i; 4-j minutes from s»n ' ranci-(O, lure fi'ceir.s. BALDWIN « HOWI.LI, 10 Montgomery at. I ffljt)/! AAA RESIDENCE WITH LAKUE | «IP-< ( '.UUU. gnuiids in Western Ad Utiou, In- ! side of Devisadero st. ; fine building of 11 rooms, I tail), conservatory, garden, etc.; loi B'J:Bx 137;>i: h»lf cikii if sired; (odat above low price on account of le»vin< the city. Apply L. Oi-.STEHREICHEH. 630 .Market si. ' GEOKUE .M. BAL-BL'l'.V, BUILDEH, \V ILL rail; selves low estimates: iurntshts placs for buildings. s^l X .st., .- unset District. RA ECH A CX TO I' D RCHABE FIXE CO R- JV ncr; steady rental of 8125 per mouth. Only principals kddress to C I OLEMAN, lcO6 Post st: or rail evenings or Sunday ; COUNTRY. JREAt ESTATE. AORNUINE ••-NAP" BAKGAIN — ONLY XX $2760 torn $7000 well improved and charm- ingly located 70-acre ranch: over 20 acres under cultivation: J5 acres In oe< ring orchard: balance of the place is wo ded hill pas.ure; all well fenced and wateied by two large living springs; piped everywhere; good 6-room residence: lart>e barn; poultry houses and yards, etc. etc.; facing level sprinkled county road; less than one mile f.om ciiyof Nfiua. It's a lovely home and mone>- maker: ca • t be equaled lor double the money. I N. D. SICKELS, th» LAND AGb.N'T, 14a Geary St., near Chronic. c Building, City. liOlt SALE, CHEAP— A BEAUTIFUL SUNNY | X house f.)r 1 oval i two noun' ride fiom San Francisco; lot i!4Bxl6U fret; good buildings: place nil set to f mil and shrubbery. Address lock box 75, ijllrny, Cal. i;-.|| Al'Br.S IMPIiOVKD HANI H; 15 HEAD "*• 1 " cattle; horses, tools; few miles from town; price $4000; must tell to close estate. '•I'iii.K & CO., 60". Market FOR SALE— AT FORECLOSURE PRICES, properties of the Peop.e's Home Savings Bank, now in liquidation; orchard lands, vineyard lands, I wheat lands, grazing lands. For further partlcu- | larsaddreis the i'.\LiFOll.N"l A SAFr. IiEPuSII" I AND TRUST CO, bii. cor of (.'all oruia and ■Montgomery sis., or GUNNIsOS, BuOTH & BaRTNKIT, it.-, attorneys, 328 Montgomery st., or PJ..OHLE'e> HOME SAVISGISRA.NK, room 24, tenth floor, JiilU building, Sun Francisco, Lai. I on-ACRE FOOTHILL RANCH; 60 ACHES j 1 V\J cultivable; 10(J0 cords firewood within 3 mil of a switch: fair improvements; fine spring i of wa:er at the door: on a coumy road. D. H. TU'IJN Sonoma City, Cal. 1 ITTLII HOMK-j (JLObi-; To 1OWN; liT" XJ proved: easy terms: also 4 to 3 2-arre piece en 8 and 10 years' credit D. H. TWINU, So- noma i'l:v; evprv- MoodAjr itt 63. Marie et <%'-. >. X MONKY TO LOAS. WE LOAN ON CITY KEAL ESTATE AT 6 »» and t>Vsj per cent, Oakland at 7 an I 7V«; any sum. Manhattan Loan Co., Mills building. " A I AMI ATT A X LOAX CO., 10 MJLLS BUILD- ■t'l ing ground floor, make loans at lowest rates lon 2nd mortgages: life Insurance. estates, real estate I in probate ami undivided interests in real estate. j . — __— A>; v AMOUN I" AT 6V2 PEK cknt ON rea estate: second end third mortgages, estate I undivided in:eres:s. real estate in probate, lite in | puranc", goods i a warehouse, furniture and pian;> without removal: mortgages and legacies bought; no delay. K. McCOLOAN, 24 Montgomery si., Hi I OA.Na UN FUKM'I (Jit PIANOS IN I - H. F., Oakland or Alameda, at lowest rates, without removal: no commissions; no de.ay J. NOONAN. It)i7 to 1023 iUasiou, abova tilxtli lei South 14. '••.•.- U ltiHLi' KJ£>PJ..CTABLE AND IMUVAI i i-l place to ob;ai:i liberal advances on diamond •nd Jewelry of the lowest rates. . Baldwin Jew«ir ISLOre, 848 Market, st.: telephone Green 204. ftfiClO l)llA' VXD #10U,0J0 at 6y 3 per tITUVV/. IM»U cent on city real estate n sun to suit. ROBERT J. MERCER & >O.\, 410 Pine. GO TO A REGULAR LICENSED PAWN- broker at 1 Fourth st., upstairs: strictly pr vate; low rates; ML red 1121; established 1869. LOW RATJ\ «5 Pi.X MONTH JNTcIU.ST on each $1000: 65c per month on (j0<); second mortgage; any security. Cush. box 2. Call Office. V\; E iIAVE auMiV 'Ju LOA.> ON cli " real estate; interest re£«ona6:e. Cal. Till Ins. and Trust Co.. i:10 Montgomery st., Midsbalc PIANOS, FURNITURE, ETC.: No REAIOV- aI; easy termg. 39 Flood bldg., 4th and Mrkt. LOANS NEGOTIATED: LOW HATE OF IN- XJ teres*_ HVLVAIN SALOMON, 823 Montgy. ON FURNITURE OK HEAL ESTATE; LOW interest. &CRIBXER, 7 city Hall aye. ON FURNITURE, PIANOS; NO REMOVAL: low rates: no commission. Boueili, 4U'JUeary st <£•! /yO.OOO ON LIFE INSURANCE POLICIES t&±\t low interest. .lOs.B. TOPLITZ. 330 Pine. (Jjj X 1. TO*60,000: LOW KATES: 1M &2D tipc>v' mortL'. : any propo»itlon. Dryden,4l3 Mont. TO SUIT BOKIiOWER-s: 6 PER CENT; Olsi. mortgage security. LANE. 19 Montgy, 1 to 1(\ SIXTH — MOST' Ki. LIABLE PLACE TO XV borrow mocey; diamonds and jewelry. ON PIANO , FiKNIIUK.,. WITH UK WITH- out removal ;low rates;nocom. 116 McAllister. ANY bCM-ISI AND l:D M'T'GEs. ESTATES, etc: « percent. H. MUKPUY, b^S Market. A MARKET ST. — BRANCH OFFICE OK 'iJkii "J CALL' want ml* and subscriptions iHKeo. ■ t ..NaACIAL. JBOAS, 330 MONTGY. M.—L OANS ON LIFE • insurance policies and buys bankbooks. — —^ —~— ~~- — — — — —^——^— — — — .*»_^ JOAN'S on real estate, bunds, etc.; lowest rotes JMcAFKB DRUTHERS. 108 Montgomery st. FOB SALE-MISCKLLAR'EOUS. ' I,^OR SALE BY CALIFORNIA BOX FAC- tory, 1 10-iiorse (Otto type) gas engine; 1 com In "hi tun sawtab c, . rbor, belting and counter shaft; 1 combination sawtable and arbor; 1 planer, Dating and counter shaft: 2 horses, 1 wagon, etc. all In first-class condition. Call at once, Jbigh teemh and Harrison sts. Cj-Q FOR A 14-KAIIAT GENTS' GOLD FlLL- tlTt/ ed AmerlCHii watch: regular price $20. 14 for a ladies' solid gold 14-Kurat American' watch: regular prict' »30: your money ba«k if no as repre-iented. UNCLE HARRIS, 15 Li rant aye LOR HALE-FRE-H MILK COW, APPLY 1 at 122 Farallon st , Ocean View. LAX handsome wax GILT fruit- stand for sale. 821 Hyde st. BILLIARD TABLE; PROFESSIONAL SIZE; new and p-rfecr; oak li Kh; Ivory balls; pli pool, e:c. Inquire after &p. m., 9^B Filbert st., Oakland. CECOND-H AND DYNAMOS, GASOLINE AND O hteam engines, boilers, pulleys, suafting, laun- dry machinery, etc. >M.TH CO., 627 Mission st. I'OR SALE— ESTABLISHED MILK-COUN- X I ter trade; cheap. Apply between 11 and 12 at 319 Sixth st. pEHRIXG FROM BUSINESS; OUR ENTIRE J-t stock of rattan furniture and baby- carriages will be sod at wholesale cost. California Rattan Works, 745 and 747 Mission St., bet. 3d and 4th. "COME '96 AND '9. BTERLINU WHEELS O at a bargain." A. C. NICHOLS & CU, 404 Battery $;. ;".%*%:'.? ■ ... -■ . J.H: POOL. HOUSE-MOVER, HEALER SEO- O . end-hand building material, 1122-Sti Mission. ' ; ILEiIS,j!;N<.IAE^.aD-IIA-NjDM.ACHINii;KV AicINTOSH & WOLPMAN. 137 Bealesu .■ , Safes— BARGAINS IN .NEW and SECOND O hand; all sizes; . half origlual .*- cosS. 109-111 Market st, S. F. : , ; ,v , . . . 1, OILKRH, ENGINES, PUMPS, BKLTIXO.G AS lietiKinuH: bought and e-jld. WHITE, 516 Mission /TO* FEE- MILL. ftCAh*:, iIANI>TitUCK.Li!.T- -\J^ ter-press, uesk and safe cheap. ]O2 Clay st. ' BARS, BACK HA RS, ;Jl I RRORB, OHO »V- -cases. counters, Unoieum, office lurnltnre. stora end olhce turuitare and fixtures; new and seconj.- band. J. NOON AN, iuiV-10lU-i0«l-i.0^J M.lf ■100 at., above Sixth. BARS, BIiUWCASKS, COUNTERS. bH,ISLV- J> lug, etc., bought and sold. 10t»3 Mission, ur. .la. ' ': PHYSICIANS. H7cTTr?lJo^l^El2ri^O^SrA^tKET7~^ 2864 'i'o th uu ; diseases of oiuen a specialty. ALAMEDA ADVERTISEMENTS AtAMEDA UEAI ESTATE. » LAMEDA BARGAINS. : — •»-— ~~~ /\ SliOO-Loe 33:4x100; nice cottage, 4 rooms and bath: any terms. ' •■ -■■■ -■■ > ■ ' $1900-Lot 28x160; modern coiiage. 5 rooms and bain; easy terms. •28v.0-Lot 40*150: beautiful new up-to-date cottage: $160 cash. *25 per mouth; near elation and school; treat bargain i $a'2Jo— 2-story modern bouse, 7 rooms and bam: near narrow-guuse ii. it. utatlon; o,KI bar- gain. *36UO— Fine 2-story bouse of 8 rooms; corner lot with stable: easy terms tf>soo— Oreat snap; e.egant house of 10 rooms, billiard-room, staoie. etc.; near Morton-u. station. Houses built to suit uml to let in all parts of Ala- nuxJa. j 11. P. MURKAL & UU., 1 . 3432 fart st., a tamed a. itini) LOT ON BROADWAY; 40x14.'; ALL «JFIJUU. street work done: near station. ffijO^A LOT 50x150, NORTH SIDE ENCI- <t£VO\J. nal aye., near 8-a:ion. ;\£' ; v :- fltl finH LARGE 6-KOOM COTTAGE IN tIP-LUiJU. fine order; lotoOxlSO: call soon and set a bargain. X ii. Jl DO ifc co. OAKLAND HOUSES TO . LET. I^OR RKNT, $14— TWO NEWLY 'P.ILNTKp, A lia-d-fiulHlie<l cotta es: stable md 3 acres Of lien sol:; suitable for nurse. or chicken ranch; al Jenc«-d; city water; '2 c ectric-car lint's within '•! mlriu ej'walK: only IS minutes to local train. Apply at once to R." J. MOa HiOMEnV, 1112 lr ...Una.-, Oakland. OAKLAND FUKMTDRK HiK SALE. TVr AN TED-CASH BUYERS FOR FURNI- " ture and household good this week, Special at the old store of H. bL'HELLuAAS, 4'JS tiutv- en!h st.. On la rid. OAKLAND FLAT. ©17 MODERN 6 AND 7 ROOM FLATS; NO «ipJ I . dark rooms; . • stoves; porcelulu bath: water and ashman free: near Ade Ine station, Ouktand: key nt 910 Union si. KuENIO & KKOLL. 1006 Broadway, iiaklani. , FBOrEIIXY TO KXUHAXOK. A GRICULTCRAL LAND NEAR SEATTLE; .xx o a in -c t;!e; exchange Han Francisco prop- erty. J. P., bo* 81. Call. ».'C ROOMS: BOWXB^S CORN hi X; HOIKE • O full; sell or exchange by first owner. 50V» Third st , room 5. i o agei:ts. ANTED-TO SELL OK EXCHANGE, 320 »» acres timber lan-J. redwood and tan oak. In Mendoclno County, for property: oakl«nd vicln- i.y preferred. W., box 9, call Ullice, Oakland- T OIS IN EXCHANGE FOR FARE AND -LJ outfit to Alusica at your own price for cash BhNcIlLhV tfc Co., 630 Market St., oppoai.e Palace Hotel. ;■—. PROPOSALS. PROPOSALS FOR FRESH BEEF AND -L MUTTON— Office Chief Commissary. San Fran- cisco, Cat., t c;. 18, 185(7— od j.ropoials. In triplicate, will be received here and at offices of Commissaries at Aicatraz la'aoc!, Anjel Island. Beiclaßarrac*s, Fort Mason, PresidiO of Miii Kruncisco and >nn l'le^o Krr cki, cat., until I 11 o'c a. m.. November 18. 1897, ana then op»-n«<l for !Urnlshlnsr the Fr.g!i B-i>r »i.d Fr^sh Mutton in bulk reqn r-d at ihn»e poais by toe 6>ub- science > epartuien:. U. is. Army, during period commencing Jin nary 1 and ending June 30, 1898 1 r -an beef snail be good in qua.l:y kdil conditiun fli lor imint-iiiate use, am tioru c and binu- quarter D:oportional!y, inc.udlnc all the be.'t cuts thereof. FiesU mutton shull it or good, fat and marketable qtiHltiy. from wrtheis over One and under tbrt-e yars old. Beef and mutton to ■ c dressed and trimmed «nd delivered as i prescribed in circular of instructions. I'rnpos . a wi.l be also received statin? price at which bidder will deliver fresh beef or mutton of charxcier above sta'.ed, and to be delivered or temperature not greater than 50 decrees Fahr nhelt. Government resurvrs il?ht to reject in who.c or in part any or all bids, in s: ructions furnished on application to Post Com mlssaries or CHAn P. tA'iA.N. Lt. Col., Chief Coin'y . . . 1 T ». i.Nyi.NKKE OFFICE, BURKK «UILD~ U • ins, Seattle. ash.. Nov. 8, 1897.— Sealed proposals for furnishing 60U.000 tons of stone am other materials for.cniHtrilct on of jetty M Grays Harbor, Wash., will b- received heie until 2 r m., Dec. 10. 1897. and then pub:i-ly opened. Infor- mation furnished on appllcatlun. HARRY TAY- LOR.Captain Micineeri. ATTOBSEYS-AT-LAW. ADVICE FREE; DIVORCE LAWS A SPEC- ial ty, private; no fee without success;collectlon G. W. HOWE, atty atlaw.Bso Market, Cor.biocktn. ADVICE FREE; 1 RIVATK M ATTJSRS : MOD- erate fees: open ev'irs. McCaBE, 103 Larkin. * DVICKiKitE: .NO CHAKviii ISLKSB Si?<J J\. ceastul. VS. VV. .DAVIDSON. t>!*7 Mar Km*. OOQ HAYBS-'BKASi-H OFFICE OF THJS ♦JOC (ail: »übscrli)tion< mid want ndn iatt»n. BIRTHS — MARIUAUKS — DEATH! fßlnh. marrlai:* and death notice; sent by mall will not be inserted. .They must, b» h.indel in at either of the publication offices and b» indorsed with the name and residence or persons authorized to have the sunn publtshel. J BO UN. BENJAMIN*— In Ferndale. November 6, 1887, to the wife of William Benjamin, a daughter. BOURDETTE— In this city, November IS, 1897 to the wile of P. J. Bour.tette, a daughter CATiiEY — In Phillipsville, October 29, 1897, to the wife of .1. D. Cathey, a on. CLARK— In ElsinOr«, November 8, 1897, to th wife of L. D. Clink, a sou . • . ;*. , ■ CLAKKE— In this city, November 16, 1897, to the wife < f William J. Clarke a son • ENGSTKOM —In Eureka, NovemDer 18. 1897, to the. wife of F. O. Kngstrom. « daughter. GOUER— In this cityvNoVjmtj.r 18, 1837, to th wife of J. Goaer, a son. GOLDWATER— In this city.' November 6, 1897, to the wife of B. G. Goldwa'.er, a son. HARLAN— In Fortnn'a, November 12,' 1897, to the wife of a. J. Harlan, a daughter. KERN— In this city. November 9, 1897, to the wife of John J. Kern, a son .J | McCßEa— lnElsinore, November 10, 1897, to the wife of D. W. McCrea, a son. .-. TOXTEN— In this city. November 2, 1897, to the wife of .1 C. Totten a son.--: .."■'.>«• i MAKKIKD. BRETT— COP KLAND-Xear Arcata, Cal.. No- vember 10 1897, by the Her. J. ■-. Todd.Thoma« H. Brett of China Flat, a.id R*na Copeland of Arcata. F.NRKiHT- KELLY In 'his city, November 6 1897, at St. Francis Church, by the Rev. Father Keller, Patrick: Enrighi ant uertrnde Kelly. FLETCHER— SI.O II— In Eureka. November 13 1897, by the Key. Griffith Griffiths, John Fletcher of Uiendate and Lizzie H. Bjott of Blue La>ce. HERRMANN- In this city. Novem- ber 16, 1897, James Herrmann and Katherine A. Qulgley, botn or sau Francisco McBkIDK— aLVIN— In Rhonerviile, November 7. 1«97, by th« Key. L E. Cole. Perry M. Mo- Krlde and Mande Alvin. both of Fortuna. PYI^E-UOULD— In Eu,e!cn. November 6, 1897 Iby the Rev. a. A.'N«sbls; Rob Pyle and Etta Gou:d, both of 1- ureka. STKVKK-REINUART-In Ferndale. November 11, 1897, by the Rev. George liurris, Willis J. t-tevej »nd Alice May Reiunarl, both of Fern dale. , ;.■'.'.';. WILSON-BArMGARTNEP-In this City. No- vember 14. 1887, by the Rev. l'aul Branice. Rn !><»r- Wilson and Lizzie li.mm -riri^r DIED. ' AUvater. Paulino Kennedy, Belle E. Ba ley, Edward H. l.ana«rebe. Richard A Bites. Lily M. 1 lnehan. Jnlla 1-artich, Hattle Logwood, Frank E. Boeh. Josepn ; Wclov, Mrs. Margaret hoysen, Charles < McEvoy. Mabel a. H. Biir^e, Joh.i J. ■ McQueene.-, Kate Cunningham, >frs.£.M. Murpny, B. J. . ■ • Daves. Daniel C. Nessler, Frieda Dennen. John ■ • ■ Nichols, Mary A.' Katon. Thorasi O'callnchaa. Mary A. Filipelll, Phillip Pe?g. i'eier Graham, (^eor^e W. Petersen, Lewis O. Hermann. Mr* Henry Peterson, Hilda Hilton, Lemen . scott) John Holje. Wiliiam C , ..fctevens. Mr*. Henrietta Houghton, Maria A. Thompson, PrlsclUa K. .i-,. . W«isenha!in, Anna ■•- • ALTVATKR— In this city. November 16, J897. J aniine. belovod wife of Fred J. Altvater, eld- est daughter of the late J. F. Finch, and sister . ot Mrs. J. H. Ferris and William E. and Charles L. Finch, a native of Hay ward*, CaL, aced 42 years 1 mouth and- 23 days. ..-. . • . BAILKY— In Oakland,,. November 14, 1897, Ed- " ward H., beloved ° son of Hannah Bailey, and brother of John anJ James Bailey and Mrs. J. D. Wiseman, a native of ' Boston.' aged 48 years. tSf Friend < nn<l noanalntaiCM />!■-. respect fnlly invited to attend l the funeral THIS DAY (Wednesday), at a:3o' o'cioctc a. m , irom the residence of bis mother. 464 Tnlfl street, thence 10 the Church of the immaculate Conception, where a so emn requiaru mass will he celebrated for the repose of his soul, commencias a: 10 o'clock a. it. .iuteriaea: St. Mary's Uemslery, Oakland.' ■- .r.^ ■..•.>;•, ' ' BARUCH— In this oitr. November IS. 1897, Hat- tie, beloved wife •of Frederick Baruch. aua ' daughter of Henry W. and Julia Hyman, a native of San Francisco, aged 27 yean 6 months , and 6 d»n ■ ; ;,''■■ . . •...-• *#"Fr!e-i U »n'l ft("in»l:iT-»n<?'»i «r« rw^n^v- fully Invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY (Wednesday), at, -10 o'clock ~a. m.. from the residence of Mr. Henry: W. II vid an 1946 Cali- fornia street. Interment Home of Peace Ceme- tery, by special train from Third and Townsena streets at 11 : i 5 o'clock a v. BATES— LiIy M., daughter of Alfred and Mary Bates, a native of ban Frauclsco, aged 17 year* 'i. mouths and 9 days. BOEH— In the. City ana . County Hospital, No- v mber 16, 18& V, Joseph Eoen, a native of Ger- many, mh;X 5& year i. BOYSEN— In this city. November ■ 14, 1897. Charl«< Boysen. beloved brother of Ferdinand N. and Leonard C. Boysen and Mrs. Amama Koch, a native of Germany, aged *(S years T months and 16 days. JO"Friends nnd «cqnalnt»nc»i (••"* r»sn«jt» fully invited to attend the funeral THIS DAT (Wednesday), at 2 o'clocx m.. iroui me par- lors of H. F. Suhr dt Co.. 120 a Mission strea:. near Eighth. Interment Laurel Hill Cemetery. BURKE— In this city, November 14. 1897, John J., eldest aid beloved son of Margaret and the lato John tv ke, and brother of James F. Burke. Mm. H. J. card ft and the late Mrs. Martial Han.que and Mr* 'Lnrien Boudin. a native or Auitraiia. a ed 49yeats. . JSSTFrieudi and acquaintance are resnec- luliy invited to attend tlie funeral THIS DAY (Wednesday), at 1 :3'» o'cloclc p. m.. from his late resi.lenre, 96a FoUom street, iheuca to St. Patrick's Church for services at 2 o'clocK P. M. Interment Mount Catvar/ Cemoterv. CUNNINGHAM-ln san Jose. November 14, 1897, Mr*. E. M. Cunningham, a native of Ken- lucKy, aged 67 years 6 mouths and 9 days. v DAVES— Randsbure. November 14. 1897. Daniel C. Daves, a native of Ohio, aged 77 years and 5 months. • DENNEN-In this city. November 15, 1897, John, beloved liusbaml of Sarah A. Pennen, Mid father of FranK 1&, John X., Charle» H., a -ace W. t Albert D., Maud K. «nd Kmma H. Dennen, a native of Tennessee, aged 60 years. . EATON— In this city. November 16. I^9'' Thomas Eaton, a native of England; a^ei 68 year-. «3"Frlends and acaualntanc*! are respeot- fully invited to attend th; fan-Til THIS DAY (Wednesday), at 1:30 o'clock p. M., from the rooms of N. Gray <& to , 64' tia.iaiuento-si.reet.. FILIFELI,!— In lla'trnooji Bi . November 15, Phil dearly beloved so:i oi .Mr. and Mrs. John 1-i'iipelli. and brother of Mary, Le.ia, diaries ana Ella Filipelll. a native of I.aly, aged 25 year*. GKAriAM-ln this (iv, Nov. 15, 3897. George W.-, bi'lov •(! son oi John and Anna Graham, an.d brother of John ... Charles a: d Wi lie Graham, Mr<, Geo.-ge Whee er. Mrs. ->.o lie Loveland, Mr*. Emma Ingle, Mrs • . A. HI hop. Mrs. Harry Warren. Mr . 1! I, Bi-hop and Mis. A. B. Coover, a native of Cumin urn, age.i 21 years and 10 mornhs. J(S"FrlPnd4 ant iiCTiialntftnc>i »ir» re?r>ect- . fully Invited to attend the funeral TflfS U.vV (Wednesday), at lo o'ctocK a.m.. from the p*r- lors of fie California Undertaking Company, 1-3 Stockton street, comer of Geary. luierinau. private, in Laarei Hill Cemetery. ' HKRMANN— In sioikton NuvernbPr 13, 1597, I Mrs. Henri- Hermann, sister oi Mrs. F. Atz- eroth aged 36yen.es. HILTON— Near .--un Jose, November 13,1897, Lemeu Jill on, a native of Maine, aged 66 yean 8 months and 24 days. HOLJE— In this elt.-. Nov-mber 16. l-*'i7 Wil- liam C. son o; th • line Hour.- aid Ii ly Holie. and brotner of Elizabeth and Emu C. Jioije. a native of >an Francisco, a^oi -8 years. 7 months ami 6 'lav , JKJ"Friend» ant ' ."\cnnalntincTi nr-> r»«t)'C- Jnlly Invited to attend ttio funeral TO-MORROW ! (Thursday), a; 10 o'clock a. it." Irotu the par- j lors of Halted «Jf to.. y»6 Misilon street. Interment private. - HOUOHTON-'n thli ritv. Novemb.-r 18. 1897.. Maria .beloved wife ot C A. .b Oaga ton , a native of New Hampshire. *■ ■■' '!■/', -■ ■ ■ i^"Friendi anJ acauaiutannei nr» r-sr><»~".- -fnlly invited to attpni the 'nnenl TO- MORROW (Thursday), at 8 o'clock p. m.. from Grace M, K. Church, comer tapp and Tweutv-lirst streets. Interment private, 1. O. v K. Cemetery. KE.\"NKDY-In Tracy. November 13. 1897. Belle E , wife of J. C. Kennedy, a native of Marvsv:ll*, Ca aged 35 years. ■ •yFrlendi mil «c«Hctiiu:»nc ■• ir« r=irt»T.- fnllv lnvll«a to att»n-l tli» funeral TO-MOitROW (Thursday), at 2:30 o'clock p. ir.. from ma par- -10 s of Haisted & to., 946 Mission street. LANUORKKE-In this ci y. November 14, 1597, Richard A., beloved husband ot Kotalia La id- j grebe, and tatherof iom and Minnie Land- ! ere be. a native of 'Germany, use! 44 years & | months ati i 2? day* flSTFr'ends and acquaintance* are respect- Jnliy lnvit..a to amen 1 tn<» lua»r.ii THIS DAY (Wednesday), at 1 o'clock p. m... from his laid I residence, 204.-t Misiton street, between six- I teenth am seventeenth. in.erine:il Cypress ! Lawn Cemetery. .• .• | IINKIUX- In this city, November, 15, 1897, j Julia, beloved wiie of Jamei Lineoau mother of Michael J.. Joseph, Mary. James. Leo an I Ellen Linehau. and sister of Mr-i. P. Whale n, Mrs. P. Sweeney. Mrs. P. Walsh and .>!.-<. P. Smith, anatlveot County (ialvray, Ireland, agei 42 year*. v JO"Friends and acaualntancei are respect- ! fully invited to attend tne funar*! Tilts l)\Y (Wednesday), at 8:30 o'clocK a. m., from her late ! residence, ill Gilbert sir..'c: , menus to St. Bose's Church, when a solemn requiem mass will be celebrated for the. repose of her soul, com- mencing at 9 o'clock a. it. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. LOCK WOOD— In French Camp. November 15, 18s*/. Franlc E., beloved husband of Harriet | Lock-wooJ, aid father of Nathan X., Frank-, Ralph and Kan* wood, a native of New York, aged 59 yea s a months and 8 days. . I McCOY— In thU city, November 14, 1597. Mrs. ; Margaret McCoy, oelove l daughter of Mr. and I Mrs. Thomas Kelly, arid niece of Mrs. Mary 1 on? of Santa CrilJ, a native of Irelan I. aged 25 : years. | Santa Cru« papers piease copy.] fiftTTho funeral will »<9 nlac9 THIS DA.V ! (Wednesday), at, B:3U o'clock a. H.. from 3610 Nineteenth street, between Guerrero an! Do- ! lores, ihe.ice to Mission Dolores Ohuroh ■ lor services. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. McEVOY— In thu city. November 15, 1897, Mabel A. 11., dear v beloved wife of James J. McEVoy. and beloved iiaugnter of William ana Marie Krelter a 'lattve of .-jan Francisco, aged 17 years 6 months and 8 .lavs. MTFriends ana acquaintance are rfsn^ot- fnlly invited to attend the funeral TO-MORROW (Thursday), at 2 o'clock p. m.. from her late residence, 48 Teh am* street, between First and Kecond. lutermen; 1. O. O. F. Cemetery. MrQUEENKY— In this city, November 16, 1897, X ile, beloved wife of Jon u McQueeney, mo-.her of Mnry, John and James Mi Queenly, anil »if ter of Mrs. Daniel Woods, the late John Roiliy and the late Mrs. Margaret Mcl'orlland,' a n '.live of the parish of Carrigallau, county Leltrim, Ireland, »g»il 48 years. &S~ Friend* and iican.iitiLatn«« »r» respect- fn Iv invited to attend th* funeral THIS DAY (Wednesday), at 8:30 o'clock a. m.. from her lats residence. 46 'lenama «i.ree . thence to S°. Brendan's Church, where a solem.i requiem mass will Do celebrated for the repose ot her soul, commencing a; 9 o cloji a. m. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. MURPHY— In this city. November 14, 1897, B. . J. Miirnhv.H na.ivo' New York, aged 38 years.'. ■' JBSTOtlicers and members of Alur.ne Ensl- ! ncors' Benevolent Association No.3surerespect- fnllyinvitea to a'.tenj ilia funeral THIS DAY (Wednesday), at 10 o'clock a.m.. from the par- lors of J. Oolea-j. 305 Montcomery avenue. NESSIEII— In .this city, November 16. 1897. Frieda, dearly beloved daughter of Peter and Mathilda ■- easier and sister of Louie, Willie and | Jli.da Nessier, a native of San Francisco, aged 6 years. NICHOLS— In this city. November IK. 1897, Mary Ann. relict of the late Alexander Nichols, ani mother of Joseph nod the late William aud Bella Logan, a native of Ireland, ugea 55 year*. O'CALLAGHAN— In this city.November 1897, ■ Mary Agnes. I coved daughter of Mary and the late Dennis O'Callaghan, and »iserof timothy ■ and Wd.er O'Callattban, » native of t^au Fran- cisco, aged 9 years, 8 months »nd 6 days. - Friend-! are respostfullv 'nvuel to atten I 1 the funeral TOJIQi R>W (Thursday), •at 10 a.m., from the residence of her mother, It} Patton strf et. thence to Hi. Pau.'s < hurch. Twen- ninth mid tnurch strep' s, for services at 10:30 a. if. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. -■■ .', PEGU— In th clU'. November 15, 1897, Peter, beloved husband of Agnes W. Pep:?, and fattier of Marearet. KiciiarJ, William, Matthew anl Oliver Pang, a native of (jlks<ow, Scotland, aged- -70 years 3 montus an I 19 days. • ■ jjgrFrlends onl acou»mtttnc<M »r» respect-' fully invited to attend the funeral servicn* THIS DAY (Wednesday), at 2 o'clock p. it.. at Westminster Pi eioytcrlan Church, corner of Pace and Webiter streets. interment private, Laurel Hill Ceuittery. , " PETERSEN— In Eureka, November 30, 1897, Lewis 0., Infant son of Mr. and .>ir*. M. Peter- . *8?n, a native of California, aged 1 yiarar.d 27 ■ uavs. -•-.•■•'■r "'.'■ '•■ • PETERSON— Ia this city, November 15. 1897. Hilda, beloved daughter of Mrs. Mary Peterson, . a native of Norway. a,;ed 27 years. • ' : ' ■ ay Friend* nnd a#«n*JnWMia"i a»" re'nect- . fully invited to attend the funeral TO-MORROW " (Thursday), t;t i o'clocn p.m., from the par-' lors of U. F. Suhr i* Co.. l2od Mlsjioa Btre»:, near Eighth. Interment Laurel Hili Cemetery. SCOTT— In this city, November 15. 1897. Join Scot:, a native of Sierra County, Cal., aged 67 years 8 months and 14 days. £3"Fnends anl acauauitaneej ore respect- folly Invited to attend (he funeral TO-MORROW ' (Thursday), at 2 o'clock p. M.. from Masonic v Tempie. under the auspices of Golden Gate Loige No. 30. F. and A. M. ' . • • .j STEVENS— In this city, November 16, 1897, 5 . Mrs. Henrlet a W. Stevens, beloved mother of . Theodore ana Clara Stevens, Mrs H. L. 'Ira- ■• versa and Mrs. R. li. Alunro, aged 60 years, 5 months and 5 days. ' THOMPSON — In this city, November 5. 1897, Priscllla E., beloved Wtta of the Hon.' S..JJ. Thompson, an i mother of William H , Fran< R. ' and Walter G. .'lbompsou, a naive of Brooms ' County. New York, aged 87 years 4 month* and 5 days. [BuighamtOLi (N. Jf.j and Dauv.llo (Pa.) papers piease cony. | , .. MSTFrleaai and acaaainianciu an respect- fully invited to attend the funeral service! TO-MORROW (Thursday), at 2 o'clock p. it, at the First Bapitst Church, Eddy street, near Jones. Interment private. WffiSENHAHN— In this city. November 18, 1897, Anna, Deloved wife ot Christian Wlesen- hahu. aid mother of Charles, li rtrudo. Henry ana John Weisentann, a native of Germany, aged 22 years t> months aud IS days. SOT Friend* and ncanalurnfi~o< «r- - r« n»!jt- fully invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY (Wednesday), at 2 -.Hi) o'clock i: m.. from tut par- lors or H. t, Suhr & Co., l<iO9 Mission street, near F.l?hth. lutenu!*nt Uiurel Mill c-m"terv. McAVOY i CALLACHER, j FUNKRAL DIRECTORS 4 KMBALMKRS, 80 Fifth St., Opp. Lincoln School. ", Telephone South 80. ' : ■ ' H. U. WcaVu\ — — ilauagt-r MoaVOY Sb CO., Funeral Directors ana i inU.ilrneri, 1 ;35 Market St.. Bet. Bth and »th. Telepfione (South 247. ?.:,■;•' ■ Estab. 185 S. Tel. South 47 " CRAIG & COCHRAN CO. Funeral Director* and £mbalmer<.' 92 «4 AND 40 MINI AVKNIJK. Lady auUUßta. Spacious chapel for Cue u» •! our patrons, l.uuter tires on our ambulance. 13