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BUSINESS CHANCES. J
A— LIST your store, property or business place
with WILKE & UNFUG, 906 Market St.. .the
old-established and reliable business agents.
we have -a iurge list of buyers who wbuid like
to buy in country towns. . ... ■ i
A— ssso: SALOON on water fn»nt; 10 furnished
rooms, piano, etc.; rent $20; a good paying
place;- r-ickness in family cause of a great
bargain. WILKE & UNFUO. 906 Market st.
A— sSso; CORNER drug store;establl?hea years;
.large prescription and store trade;. rent $27 50;
no opposition in 4 blocks square. -WILKE &
HNFUG. 906 Market st. , ■..".- .'• : ;
$1050-rCOZY little shoostore. stock, machine,
living rooms, eartlen: good trade; repairing
alone .... expenses; owner ret.ringr.
WILKE & UKFUG, '."•■ -Market j^treet^
?Sf>O— WELL-PAYING saloon In fine location:
cheap rent: living rooms; owner has^ to go
__ln_country. WILKE f & UNFUG »06lMarlMt;
A-S2KOO; CORNER barroom on Montgomery
St.: flrst-class customer*; merchants and;
■•l-rokers; no night or Sun.lay work: an M
paylnr place; other "'f!*™ 1 *"^,,,??.™.'
pel owner Vt sacrifice. . YWLIvE ft I NtLO.
w6 Market at. ■ L.
A-$2:.07 DELICACY""store 'with. ro ° ms: o ,^!!'
' $22 50; splendTd paying place; best- location,
near O'Farrell st.; a bargain, wiL,ivt, «
UNFUG. 901 Market st. '
$1500^8 ALOO"ST oil best part of Market St.;
rent $200; price only gnod for -■■ days. Nll-Mli
& UNFUG. 906 Market st.
$~nTo-HALF orweTl-paylns.o rweTl-payIns. Pijnsant Oakland
s=lon business; or will trade for A 1 Oakland
business. I nqulretwiLKE; & tUNFCG.-..V.^- -.;.
A^VVK^have layers to Invest in any legitimate \
business: parties willing to sell give us a
call. National Business Agency. 7 Grant aye.
1400— CORNER s=aloon: clears $75 month; map.
$22.V-Cor. grocery and bur: clears $.5 month.
$250— Restaurant: No. 1 locution: clears s6o mb.
$75— Branch bakery: MarKet St.; rent $15.
J3oo— Cigar store: receipts $la per .'.ay.
Bargains at National Agency. " Grant aye. _
I*OO— STEADY man wanted- as partner; . light
office business; will pay $75 to $100 to each.
..National Agency. 7 Grant aye.
A— ISC*; cor. eery and bar, side entrance: j
private rooms: good stock: will clear $200 i
month. KREDO & CO.. 224 Geary st. _
A— s4oo: corner grocery and bar: line stock of
fixtures; a snap. KREDO & CO., 22H Geary.
A— s2so; branch bakery, tiairy, produce, laundry
office and notions: clears $75. KRZDO & CO.,
'.--_ Geary Ft.
A— s4oo; cigar 6tand; best corner '•- city: value
in stock. KREDO & CO., C2H Geary st.
$2500— SALOON; business over $SOO per month;
disagreement of partners cause of sale. Mc-
LAUGLIN & CO.. 777 Market st.
$250— BRANCH bakery and variety store; bar-
galn. MCLAUGHLIN & CO., 777 Market St.
IF you have a business for sale call on us: no
charge for booking; information free. West-
ern Investment Co., 9 Geary st.
$400— PARTNER wanted, $18 to $30 a week
each; Information free. Western Investment '
Co., 9 Geary st.
$750 SALOON near Palace. Hotel; handsomely
fitted up; doing good business; disagreement
of partners cause sale; Just half price.
JOXEB, 565 Market st. . .
$1000— SALOON for sale; must sell: owned by j
• present owner 7 years: S rooms; rent $30. H. I
Ci DECKER, 1020 Market St. ■>'■
CORNER cigar stand for sale; heart of city, I
near Powell and Kills sts.; connected with '
one of the best hotels; Inspection invited: best
of reasons for selling. Address box 1863. Call, j
DRUG ■tore, clear, and complete stock and fix- :
tures; in good location; investigate at once; j
chance for good physician. Box 1518, Call.
WELL-STOCKED, old established grocery and
liquor store; 5 living rooms; cheap rent: two!
flats helping pay rent. Inquire Call office, i
CORNER family liquor store, with bar; good I
:• location. For particulars apply Royal Eagle i
'• - D!sti " er ■- . 112 Taylor st.
BARGAIN— Elegant bar fixtures. Apply Wle- j
land's Brewery, from 11 a. m. to 5 p. m.
GOOD bakery for sale reasonable: account re-
tiring from business. Inquire Call office.
S I LVER DOLLAR saloon, 312 Sansome st.
•J. (with lease).; make offer.
• SMALL shne store for sale at 1225 Pacific st. ;
• must be sold. ■ -v...... .
WANTED— Partner with . 51000: excellent op-
portunity for a sober young man or a graduate
physician to obtain a thorough knowledge In !
the self nee of optics; none but those with best
; of references need apply. GEORGE may- j
ERLE, German expert optician, charter mem- j
l-er American Association of Opticians, Ger- !
man Optical Institute,' 3071^ Market, near
Seventh: see city directory; testimonials from
Gen. Miles, Geo. Dewey, Gen. Shatter, Ad- ,
:alra! Sampson, etc. -
'; $i£o— A FINE restaurant for sale; clearing $150 '
• .to $200 per month; guaranteed: central loca-
.' tlon; private rooms; good fixtures alone worth
the reuney asked; trial given before jmrchas- !
.. lr.g': > owner has wholesale business .in San j
Francisco to attend to;"' See E. E. BUNCE.
90S Broadway,- Oakland. ■
•IFOR SALE reasonable One, of oldest estab-
lished coal yards In city; Vorses, ■ wagons.
etc.; good running business that will bear
• investigation: excellent opportunity. Address
box :s9l. Call.
GOING out of business— sale In best part
of the city house of 88 rooms and restaurant;
none but a responsible party need Inquire;
house always full. Box 413, Call office.
— GRAND chance to be connected with Al
gentleman In restaurant business; owner
obliged to ..ave partner on account of sick-
ness. Call to-day. 1023H Market st.
BAKERY -iv'th furniture for sale; only store
trade good new oven; good chance ■ for a
baker. Apply this office.
PARTNER with $125; saloon; 3 blocks from
Market st. Apply Call office.
FINE saloon for sale cheap; leaving the city.
423 Bush Bt.
HOME bakery for sale cheap; parties going
away. (07 Turk st.
$50— RESTAURANT and coffee - saloon. 129
Fourth st. : 5 years established.
SHOEMAKER shop for sale; In good local-
ity. 418 Larkln st.
FOR SALE— Bakery; other business; must sell;
a rare chance. Box let*. Call office.
SHOE shop; doing fine, business: good loca-
tion; cheap rent; reasonable. 332 Bush st.
GOOD location for fruit store or butcher shop;
rent reasonable. 290 Third aye., corner Clem-
ent et. ; take Sutro car. , •
BAKERY and notions; fine trade; good loca-
tion; living rooms; rent $8. 1669 Grove st.,
WOULD buy good bakery; any price to $1000;
city or country. Box 1683. Call office.
$160— GROCERY and bar; 3 living rooms. N.
LOWENSTEIN. 1023 hi Market st.
CORNER grocery and bar; stock worth
the money; cheap rent; fine location; no
agents. Call office. ■ • ° ...
GROCERY for sale; with or without bar. In-
quire 731 Seventh St.. Oakland.
FINE corner cigar store: owner sick and I
unable to attend: no agents. Call or ad- j
drees J. A. R., 31£ Grove st.
$320 — GREAT bargain; saloon and 10 furnished
rooms; a good business. Box 1354, Call.
COUNTY rights for sale; good paying busi-
ness; quick returns: secure your county at
once. M. H. Cartwrlght, rm. 709, 927 Market.
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COFFEE, tea and spice solicitors headquarters;
supplied as wanted at lowest prices. 107-lvM '
BeaU «t. -■ . j. ;■ _
ELEVENTH, 106— Branch offlo* of Th« Call.
Subscriptions and ad» taken.
FOR SALE— MISCELLANEOUS.
BOILERS, engines, 2d-hand machinery. Me-
INTOSH & WOLPiIAN. 195-187 Fremont St.
20-MILE power U. S. r»gulritlon field gla«s,
cost originally $35, for * ' it UNCLE HAR-
RI3'. 16 Grant aye. ■
40 TONS good second hand Manila rope in lots
to suit: also 4 good steam • launches. At
WHITELAW'.B, 21C Spear st.; cheap.
LAUNCHES from 17 to 60 feet In length, both
Eteam or gasoline; 1 38-foot and 1 48-fbot
sloop yacht; bargains in new and second-hand
boats of all sizes and descriptions. - H. EN-
OELBRECHT, successor to . San Francisco
Launch Co., North Point and Stockton st.
BARS, back bars, mirrors, showcases, counters, .
linoleum, office furniture, store and office fur-
niture and fixtures; new and second hand. J.
NOON AN. 1017-1019- Mission st.,
above Sixth. '
NO. "1 family cow' and calf for sale at' 307
Thirtieth st. ' '' . ■ - • ■
2 STEREOPTICONS and 1 moving picture ma-
chine; cheap. Box 1890, Call office. •■• ' -. '
HOOKER pump; capacity 1,000,000 gallons; 12x
24 -Inch water cylinder. J. B. JARDINE, 309
Folsotn st. ' " ■' ■
LARGE 35-foot launch: 8-foot beam; 10 horse-
power. Box 1652, Call office. - ■ ■ -
BECOND-HAND engines, boilers, pumps, ; hose, '
belting, etc. H. L. WHITE. 511 Mission st.
SAFES— Hermann Safe Co. moved to '417-
423 Sacramento st. . ,
1 AND 2 bowl barber washstand's. cheap. HUF-
fHMinT. €23 Golden Gate aye. '
SECOND-HAND lumber; old buildings bought
and removed. Yard, . Fifteenth and Valencia.
CAL. Belting Co., mfgs leather belting, lace lea- I
then pulleys cvr'el 619 Mission; tel. Br. 331. !
J. R. POOL, house-mover, dealer second-hand
building material 1124 Mission: tel. South 787.
SAFES— Bargains la new and second hand; all
»Izps: half original com. 109-111 Market.- 8. F.
PIERCE-RODOLPH Storage and Moving Co.
Office 401 Post st., cor. Powell; tel. Main 5711
DISSOLUTION of ' co-partnership' of G?
ROSCONI and L. BULOTTI. 137 Hayes St.;
not responsible for any bills . after October
22. 1898. . . ;;, G. ROSCONI.
j RAG carpets wove to order and for sale; also
chenille-wove rugs, silk portieres; dealer In
carpet twine. In hank or chain, at lowest
rates. GEO. MATTHEW, 709 Fifth. Oakland.
ELECTRIC lights In every room; Winchester
House. 44 Third St.. near Market: 200 rooms:
25c to $160 per night; $1 60 to $8 per week;
free 'bus and baggage to and from the.'terry.
LEDERER'S Foarrio. the new shampoo. Is only
1 per package. LEDERER Is the best hair-
dresser in town; charge's 25c only; open Sun-
days 9 to 12. 123 Stockton st. / . -.-■'
STRICTURE, enlarged prostate.', pain in blad-
der, urinating too often cured by dissolving
bougies. JAMES FORD. 114 Fourth St.. S. F.
LEDERER'S . Qulnonia Is the only hair tonic
that softens the hair and makes it grow;, 35c
bottle. G. LEDERER. 123 Stockton st. •..
CHRISTMAS Sale— Japanese-bamboo furniture;
all kinds to order; wholesale and retail: coun-
try orders. K. YOSHITANI CO.. 313 Sutter.
FOR >mfort. durability, elegance and economy
have your shoes made to order at store prices
1"'1 "' v " aml> Shoe Factory. 1550-1554 Market St..
SHE the handsome > skirts and fur r-irments,
prices reduced, at HODGE'S, 905 Market st.
SUITS to order on installments at cash prices;
| $1 week. N. Y. TAILORING CO.. 115 Kearny.
HOME in confinement: ■ diseases of women.
MRS. DR. FUNKE. 1416 Bth st., Alameda.'.
j SUITS to : , order on easy Installments. L.
LEMOS 1117 Market st., bet. 7th and Bth.
BLACK SMALLPOX the consequence of re-
peated vaccination. -Beware..
DRESPMAKi^G always up to date satisfac-
tion: prices reasonable. 218 Van Ness aye.
sax FRANCISCO Ladies' ■ French Tailoring'
College. 916 Market; men and women teachers.
MME. GOLDSTEIN-Elegant styilsh dresses. $5
| up: dresses made over. 3 Eddy st.. rro». 14-16.
~ ...;. SPIRITUALIS3I. 7T~-
; %"■■•' Returned
MRS. DR. A. D. HOWE .
Has returned from her Alaska tour, "and begs
to inform her patients, both old and new that
she has opened offices at The Vendome 1104
Market st. J ■ • *.•.'-; ....
This celebrated medium, the clairvoyant of
all clairvoyants, who sees It all. tells you all
and Instantly gives you peace and happiness.
She never asks i a question, but before you
utter a word-she tell* you In full of all that
you are Interested In; business, speculation
love, marriage, divorce, tells of your friends
and enemies. ■ ' •■ - »-
To the Sick Especially ;-.'-',, '•» ;» «•?
Her assistance is priceless. Her "Revealed
Medicines," registered and copyrighted, cure
all diseases on earth, consumption, paralysis,
rheumatism, all skin diseases, heart and "ner-
vous affections. The wonderful cures which
she has made are the talk of the whole slope.
Address or 'cat: MRS. DR. A. HOWE
1104 Market st. (The Vendome).
MRS. J. J. WHITNEY, . celebrated trance
j test medium, life reader, medical clairvoyant,
I cures disease with. revealed remedies; consult
I when others fall: sittings $1. 232 Stockton st.
■ ARRIVED— Business medium and palmist;
without questions tells you all you seek -to
know; satisfaction guaranteed; consultation
free. 234% Sixth st., room 5.
, MME. .YOUNG'S convincing test circle to-
night: 10c: 605. McAllister st.; fine music.
j DR. LOUISE DREW, medium & healer: hrs.,
10 to 5; minerals psychometrized. 10274 Mrkt.
MRS. ELLTR; tests to all: Tues.-Fri., 2 p' m.;
M.-n . v 25c: sittings $1. 253 Valencia St. '
.-.. 1 . CLAIRVOYANTS. 7~
MME. LENEMAR tells by planets; predicted
; rescue passengers 6tr. Gold. '74. 23ft Sixth st.
MISS PEARL LAMAR, . card reading. 230
Kearny st.; rooms 14-15. :
MME. MOREAU, the best medium and card
reader; 25c up. 73 Fourth st., near Mission.
MME. RAVENA reads life fluently; business
advice; names given; 25c up. 5 Fourth st. '
MME. HANSON, palmist i and . card . reader;
past, present and future; 25c. 148 Sixth, rm. 10.
MME. SYBILLE, cradle to grave: future hus-
! band's picture, 25c; ladles. 914 O'Farrell st.
MRS. B. BAUMANN. the ■ well-known fortune
i ■ teller, has opened an office at 313 O'Farrell st. ,
! YOUR future » told by cards, 25c. : 221 Sixth
street. ; . . ."
LODGING. HOUSES FOR SALE.
i H. C. I >>.i KKR. 1020 Market St.. opp. Fifth
• 60-room hotel and bar. .::.:l.. '....: :..$7OOO
j 82 rooms; reduced from $5000 t0.:'.......'..: 2500
10 rooms; on Sutter st.'. 260
32 room?; exchange. for .house' and lot.'.;'. 2200
10 rooms; on O'Farrell st 500
; 108 rooms; corner; best on earth....;}...... 5500
...48-RO^i>t CORNER H0U5E.'.. ..:....
JUST FURNISHED WITH NEWTFURNI-
. TIRE. ONLY $1500; EASY PAYMENTS..
. *4-room house; new house and 'urnlture..s 850
8 rooms; new furniture; cost $550....... .- 200
12 rooms on Market; rent $40....... 450
10-room house; 0n1y........ ;.: 150
21 rooms; corner; t clears . $150 ' 650
* 46-room bouse; corner 1200
22 rooms near City Hall 600
10 rooms; all rented; business street...... 300
I HAVE HOUSES ALL SIZES AND PRICES.
H. C. DECKER. 1020 Market st.
KREDO & C 0.......... 22H Geary st. !
Money Advanced on All Houses.
9 rooms; Leavenworth St.; clears $25 $325
14 rooms; near City Hall; .a snap 800
15 rooms; new and elegant; Geary' st 1050
23 rooms; best for the money 600
37 rooms; good transient; nr. .Kearny st. 600
38 rooms; business corner; clears $100..... 1100
105 rooms; best known house on coast.... 4000
A— sl2oo; 36 ROOMS; business cor. ; exchange for
small house; no cash required. KREDO & CO.
A— s6oo; 21 ROOMS: best business street In city;
clears $75. KREDO & CO., 22>4 Geary st.
BE SURE AND SEE THE FOLLOWING
BARGAINS: •• " .-. ' .
15 rooms; sunny corner; part cash .... $SCO
18 rooms; rent $35; near -Examiner bldg.. 450
25 rooms; near Call building.'... :...' ." 850
SO rooms; north of Market; great bargain. 1009'
C 3 rooms; finest house In city..... 2200
65 rooms; will trade for clear property near ,
city. WINSTON & CO., 646 Market st.
12 ROOMS and restaurant: fine.'. $800
37 rooms; select;, transient 1500
13 rooms; rent $50 550
14 rooms; north of Market; clears $50 — 550
'22 rooms: all new furniture ........;... ...
IF YOU WILL CALL ON US WE WILL
SUIT YOU AH TO LOCATION, PRICE AND
SIZE OF HOUSE. • . ' ■ '
■■•«■• F. C. HYDE * CO.. 1206 Market st.
BARGAINS at National Agency, 7 Grant aye.:
10 rms.; Hyde 5t.. 5250118 rms. Post 5t.... $600
. 18 rms.; Third St.. 550 37 rms.; Howard.:. 700 i
• 20 rms.: Geary st. 600 60 rms.; Bush st... 1250
! 100 othero.' National Agency, 7 Grant aye. ,
WILL, pay $600 for. lodging-house of 25 to 30
rooms;' no agent. Address A. 8., box 8000,
Call office. :■ :• :-\ -
i SEVEN rooms, furnished, for sale; • bargain.
441 O'Farrell st. • i
FURNITURE FOR SALE.
4 ROOMS complete, $65. 11l Trumbull st. take
IngleMde iar, ' • • ' --• ■ ■ ■ ; - '
A METAL plate for *ne Fame price as rub-
ber; full set of teeth, $5; crowns. $3; : fill-
ings, 50c; teeth without plates a specialty:
written guarantee for ten years given on all
work; no students employed; extracting free
when plates are ordered; consultation free.
Modern Dental Parlors, corner Market . and
Mason r.s. Entrance 8 Mason st.
A FULL set of teeth, $5; see new flexible
" plates : light and thin: guaranteed 10 years;
teeth without plates,, crown and bridge work
our specialty; fillings. 50c; crowns, $3 50; all
work painless and warranted. '"Chicago Den-
tal Parlors, 24 Sixth St.; telephone Jessie 1132.
. DR. GEORGE W. LEEK/20 O'Fai-rell St., cx-
i tracts or fills teeth painlessly by his won-
; derful secret method: received 8 Ist prizes:
crowns, $2; bridges, $4: flexible plates, $3; no
• students; lady ' attendant. <
; BET of teeth. $5; fillings, gold. $1 up; silver, 25c
1 up: bridge work: plates repaired: alt work
i painless and warranted ten years. New York
i . Dentists, 969 Mission St., corner Sixth. . ' .-:'■■
. VAN VROOM Electro Dental Parlors; full set
of teeth, $5 up;, fillings, 25c' up all work pain-
. j less and guaranteed to stand; open evening*
897 Market St., corner Sixth. '..-., .;,-,, ,
DR. LUDLUM HILL, 1443 Market St.. near
Eleventh; crowns, bridge work and fillings a
> ." specialty; all work reaso-~hle; gas given. :/
SET of teeth without a plate. DR. H G
. .YOUNG; 1841 Polk st. ■ ■
. SET teeth. $4; fill., gold 50c, sllv. 25c; crowns
: $3; 9.'a. m. to 10 p. m. \ Parlors. 235 Kearny.
1 ALL irk reasonable and warranted. DR. J.
. W. KEY. 1320 Market st. - ■ . •
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CARPET CLEANING. ■:-,-' £ ?% [
CITY Steam Carpet-cleaning Works— Cleans,
moves, lays carpets. C. H. STEVENS. Mgr.,
38 and 40 Eighth St.; telephone South 250. - ;
WHEN you become disgusted with poor work
send to. SPAULDING'S - Pioneer :. Carpet-
beating Works. 368-67 Tohama st.; tel. 8. 40.
CARPETS cleaned at« 3c per yard; < laid : at . 3c.
STRATTON'S, 3 Eighth St.; tel. Jessie 944. ; ,
I 1.E.-- MITCH ELL, Carpet-cleaning Co., 240 14th
.St.: cleaning 3c per yard;: tel. Mission 74. •
CONKLIN'S- Carpet-beat Ing Works. 333 Golden
Gate aye. ; tel. East 126. ," •••■•. ■•_; ■•■.. -: •- j.
ADVANCE Carpet-cleaning Co:. 402 Butter St.;
.-» tel. Main 3»t. OEOi-WOLCOM.-Prcprtetor.'
-"^ - '■ j_^i_>}± Vli lo - 1 ANi. "■ -'v '■ ' ' ■ '■' "■ '' '''• "
BXMO^AiTJNOt'ce— C. C. O"l>onnen. floe
and rtstdence.; 102114 Market, bet. 6th and 7th.
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1898.
HOUSES TO LET.
HOUSE 7 rooms and bath : fine . marine ! view ;
large garden; partly cemented back yard. In-
quire $29 Union st. . ■ ■■ -' .- .
MODERN residence, 3415 Jackson St.; grand
view; 11 ' rooms i and i bath. , Apply MADISON
& BURKE. 626 Market St. ■..*-■ :
PERRY, 208,' near : Fourth— rooms and yard;
rent $8; water free. Apply to G. H. UMU-
BEN & CO. -..' ; . ;
WE can rent you a house with or without a
flagpole. BALDWIN & HOWELL. 10 Mont-
gomery Bt. . ; . ' ■ . ' ■■.'■..■"'•,:?■.•.■.■>
$16—6 ROOMS, bath; lower part. 12 Guy place,
off First St., : above -Folsom. • - - . ■ ,
' ' COTTAGES TO LET.
$6 — SUNNY cottage 5 rooms; 19 Roscoe st., oft
Crescent aye. Apply 64 Silver' St., off Third. •
$10 COTTAGE. 4 rooms, cellar, yard. 468
Linden aye., near i-ayes and Laguna sts.
WATER-TIGHT roofs; marine view; neat;
clean; cheap.- 1336 Union St.
FLATS TO LET. c '."►.
A— NICE 5 rooms and bath. 577 Geary st.. $27. .
7-room cottage, 508 Mason St., $35.
A— nice flats and houses. Pacific Heights.
At A. M. SPECK & CO.'S, 602 Market st. '
FLAT, 6 rooms, $14; also cottage. ' 625 Second
street. '' -..'■•- ■ •
JACKSON, 1006V4, above Mason— Nice sunny
flat. 5 rooms and bath. ..'-.. *• " .
JONES, 1113, near Sacramento— flat of
4 unfurnished rooms; $6; water free.
MCALLISTER, 726— Upper flat; 7 rooms, bath;
rent $27; key at 725.- • . .
MOSS. 35. off Howard, near Seventh— $11;
sunny upper and lower flat, 4 and 6 rooms. >
NINTH. 237— Modern window flat 4 rooms
and bath: $15. ..- ' ■ ' -
SIXTEENTH. " 3178. near Guerrero— Flat, . 4
rooms, bath, cheap; also store and nice living
rooms. o " : '.'f \
SHIPLEY." 287. near Sixth— Flat of 5 rooms and
bath: $13 50. ' ' o ■
TURK. 640— Sunny upper flat. 5 rooms; bath;
laundry: cellar, etc.; no children. ■ ■
TURK. 620B— Sunny upper flat 4 rooms; large
basement; rent $12; no children.-
WE an rent you a flat with or -without, a
flagpole. BALDWIN & HOWELL, 10 Mont-
: gomery St. . • " ' ■ ,
2 OR 3 unfurnished rooms and bath. 1229 Mis-
sion St., between Eighth and Ninth. c
$17— SUNNY upper flat 5 rooms; bath and yard.
12 Shot well Bt.,.n«ar Fourteenth. _; ;
4 AND 5 rooms and bath. 4559-4D91-4593 Eight-
eenth St., near Hattle; $12 and $13. ' '
$12. $14, $17; FLATS, light and sunny; 4, 5 and
6 rooms. 2209 Gear}- st. . _^____
. •ROOMS FOR HOUSEKEEPING.
CASTRO, 405, rear— 3 nice sunny housekeeping
rooms; large yard; stable If desired; cheap.
EDDY, 305— 2 large sunny rooms; private fam-
ily; reasonable,. ',.".: '. ' ■ - . -'• :' ' ',
EDDY. 917— Very desirable connecting r house-
keeping rooms; no children; private resld.
ELEVENTH. 106, near Mission— Large sunny
housekeeping rooms; also single; reasonable.
FIFTH, 350—2 front rooms for $12 and 2 for' slo;
bath.-- - " ' - ' ,- - " •
FIFTH. 353— Furnished housekeeping rooms, 2
parlors, kitchen, bath. $20; also 3, $13; single. $5.
FOLSOM. Nicely furnished housekeeping
rooms .cheap, to right party.
FOLSOM, 776V4— 2 large sunny rooms to let for
light housekeeping; $7. «
FOLSOM, Sunny furnished room for
housekeeping; single and suite.' .*■•'■
GOLDEN GATE aye.; 1050— 2 large sunny well-
furnished rooms for light houseKeeping; gas
stove, bath free; telephone^ ■
GROVE, 131— One large front* room suitable for
light housekeeping; running water. '
GROVE. 202. corner Van Ness ' Sunny . un-
furnished 3-room suite, with gas ranee. ■
GROVE.. 417H— - unfurnished rooms .to let.
HAIGHT. 220— Sunny furnished alcove with
kitchen, for housekeeping. ..
HOWARD, 704, 'corner Third— furnished
rooms; also housekeeping; transient.
HOWARD. — Sunny front parlor and house-
keeping rooms; well furnished; reasonable.
KEARNY, ' near Sutter— unfurnished
front rooms for offices or housekeeping; gas
free; cheap rent. Apply 15 Grant aye.
LEAVEN WORTH. 615— 2 sunny rooms, com-
pletely furnished for housekeeping. . -■
LEAVENWORTH. — 2 unfurnished rooms
for housekeeping; down stairs; $7 per month.
MCALLISTER. 220^. -• opp • City Hall— l or 2
. sunny bedrooms -with kitchen, completely
furnished. »■ ■■■■.*■■- ; ■, ; ;
MCALLISTER.' 22SA — 3 sunny unfurnished
rooms in private : family for light housekeep-
■ Ing; gas, bath and telephone; no children.
MINNA, 111V4— Furnished bay-window house-
keeping suite, with- piano; cheap.
MINNA, 4J7— Sunny furnished front housekeep-
ing rooms; very low rent.
MINNA, Large sunny furnished room with
i cookstove. for housekeeping; rent $6.
I MISSION. 868—3 large newly furnished house-
i . keeping rooms; also 2 sunny connecting
rooms; modern. .
MISSION. 1217— Sunny front suites complete for
' housekeeping; $12. . $14 and $16. '
I MISSION, 1241— Floor 2 front,' 2 rear rooms;
furnished; stove; water; reasonable. . '■
MOSS, 13. off Howard, near Seventh— 2 or 8
rooms furnished for housekeeping.
NINTH, 21— Suite of sunny rooms furnished for
light housekeeping; running water; stove.
OCTAVIA, 1410, near Geary— Sunny rooms for
housekeeping: no children.
j POST. 921 — Sunny suite of rooms; convenient
for housekeeping; ..private. •
I POST, 922— Unfurnished sunny connecting rms.;
| gas, water, yard; newly furnished halls.
SEVENTH. 178— Sunny furnished rooms : for
housekeeping; running water; large yard;
SCOTT. 1614— 1st' floor of 8 unfurnished rooms;
bath, garden; $16: adults only.
SIXTH, 2314— Sunny front rooms complete ■ for
* light • housekeeping; also single rooms; reas.
SIXTH. 2164— Nice « sunny furnished . rooms;
housekeeping and single; quiet house; reas.
SIXTH, 561, rear— 3 good large unfurnished
STEVENSON. 403. , cor. Fifth— furnished
housekeeping rooms complete; ." others cheap.
STEVENSON, 621&— Housekeeping rooms; rent
SUITE of 2 nlc> sunny rooms, complete for
housekeeping; kitchen and bedroom furniture
all new: $2 50 per week: $10 per month. Apply
at shoe store, 562 Mission St., bet. First and
TAYLOR, 323— Nicely furnished • housekeeping
rooms; gas and bath; $10 and $12.
j TENTH, 136. corner Minna— Furnished : front
rooms for housekeeping. - ■ ,
! TWELFTH, — 2 or 3 rooms, furnished or un-
furnlstied. for housekeeping. ' •■' - -
•/: -. - "• : ROOMS TO LET.
ARLINGTON House, 127 Kearny st.— Pleasant
eunny rooms; en suite or tingle; first-class
• In every respect: terms reasonable,
AT 52 Second— Double rooms per week. $160 to
$3; single, $1 to $1 50; day, 250 to 60c.-
BALBOA, The, 1049 A Market— hands:
renovated; rooms 60c. suites $1 per day; less
per week;. country trade solicited: elev'tr;tel:
BRUNSWICK— Sixth St., corner Howard-
rooms en suite .or single.. 25c to $1 a night;
■ $1 25 to $5 week; open all night; Howard-st.
cars pass house direct from all trains.
CALIFORNIA. - 832— Sunny ' furnished rooms;
with : or without board.' ' ■ ','■-"■- \
CARROLLTON. 1206 Market, cor. Golden Gate-
■ Nicely furnished rooms and offices. '
DELAWARE. 1433 Market— Furnished ?or un-
furnished single and double rms.; $8. $10 mo.
EDDY, 118— Sunny pleasant : furnished rooms;
central; very desirable; $6 per month upward.
EDDY, Nicely furnished sunny rooms; with
gas and bath ; $8 and $10. , . V : ■..-■'
. EDDY -Handsome parlor suite; also single
rooms; carpets ■■ and . furniture entirely , new;
:at reasonable rent. '- .- ..-. v.".; --:.'■:
EDDY, ■ 614— Very : desirable single sunny front
. room ; : closets, bath ; private family ; ' $8. - ■-•.. -
ELEVENTH, 120-^Slngle or double sunny front
rooms; private family: $4 and $B. .
ELLIS. : 418 . (Grand Camot)— Nice I sunny suites
& situs.. $160, $6 wk.; 50c, $1 day; tel. 81. 1864.
FOURTH. 803— Front . suite of ; rooms suitable
; for doctor or dentist. ■■-.;"• .- '-.■. ■ - >-':
GEARY. 556— Elegant ;: sunny parlor; piapo;
;■ also housekpg. room; other rooms; reasonable.
GLOBE, House. 1 821 i Howard— Per night. 25c to
$1; week $1 to $4; reading-room; Howard cars.
GOLDEN , GATE. Par*— floor suitable for
physician or dentist. \:. -■'.., , .-••■:- " :-- -:■
GRAND ; SOUTHERN. BE. cor. . Seventh ; and
: Mission — Pleasant sunny rooms; en suite and
.' single ; ; elevator.; moderate rates: ; families. -';"
HANCOCK House, 7SI Mission— Select ; family
rooming house; $1 50 to $6 per week.
HAPKELL. The, 121 Powell— New management;
■' : cheap, v neat, ' light, - sunny rooms; transient. :
~/ : : ROOMS fTO LET— Continued. , ' :
HOTEL Francisco, Turk and Taylor— Elegant I (
suites and single rms.; transient. Mrs. King.
HOWARD. 953%— Neatly furnished sunny rooms ■
with bath; JIB week up: quiet house. " " 1
HYDE. 25, corner Golden Gate— Nicely furnish-, i
, ed sunny front rooms to let; rent ■ reasonable.
HYDE, 506— Elegantly ' furnished ' • rooms, .en
suite or single; best accommodations; piano,
.' etc.; reasonable; references. . , ■■'-..: ,
HYDE. 609— Nicely furnished sunny front room, [
running water; gas, bath; gents preferred; $12. ,
JONES, 117— Nicely furnished large sunny bay- I
window front room; folding bed If . preferred.
LEAVENW'ORTH, 1018— One large : sunny un- :
furnished room carpeted ; large closet ; run- -
ning water. ■ ■ " '■ * •''■•..: 1
LOCUST aye., 125, near Van Ness and McAllls- i
ter— Nicely ■ furnished front room. ■ ••; ,
MASON. 11— Front room nicely furnished. $3 ,
per month. / ' . . ■
M* C ON 611— Large sunny furnished front room,
grate, batn, gas; private family. . . •
MCALLISTER, Sl6— Furnished room in private
family. ■'-.-.- ' ■ " '.' . ■■" --'•■ - - y !
MECHANICS' HOUSE, 436 Fifth— Everything
new;. rms., single or suite, $1 wk. up; trans-
cient; bar In connection. F. W. Gardener, bro.
C. J. Gardener of Folsom and Rausch. prop. ■
MINNA, 437— Furnished rooms to let.
MINNA. 667. cor. Eighth— Newly furnished bay- .
window room. $1 per week; transient. ..->
MISSION 933 (Mint House)— Nice sunny fur- -
nished rooms; transient: new house; central.
MISSION, 1008, near Sixth— Private family;
, ; . sunny, neat room: $5 month. >." - . ' :--.-
MISSION, Sunny alcove room and one for
light housekeeping; running water. «
N iMA, 81, near Second— front room,
$6; suitable for two gentlemen.
O'FARRELL, 20— Sunny furnished rooms; : ele-
. vator; electrlo lights; day, week or month. :
POWELL. 317 (former Cosmos Club)— Elegantly
furnished rooms; second floor; leasonabl*. ■ .
POST, 634— Sunny front room; grate; running
water; rent $10. '' ' -"■' '■■'. '" ' .•••■'
SEVENTH, 6— Nice room for respectable lady;
cheap. ' ' " . '-" : ' "• -'
SHERMAN Apartment Housa, 28 Eighth St.,
near Market— Furnished and unfurnished. '
SUTTER, 1111— Clean and comfortable furnished
rooms,' single and en suite; very reasonable.
TAYLOR, — Nicely furnished front rooms;
en suite or single; bath, gas. . , : . '■.
THE PIEDMONT, 119 A Sixth, cor. , Minna—
* Nicely furnished sunny front rooms. "
THIRD, Sunny front bedroom; also single
, housekeeping room, back. -...- :'"■:■
THIRTEENTH. 175—8 large rooms; yard; for
, manufacturing business; every convenience.
TURK, 126— Upper flat; 4 sunny rooms; unfur-
. nished. .;-... , . - . ■ ■ .: ■* '■. ■
TURK. 543— sunny single rooms'; • bath, gas;
rent, 1 $5 and $7. ■■-■•' ..■-,. • ";...', '..
VAN NESS aye., — Two unfurnished rooms.
ROOMS AND BOARD., j ~~~
BUSH, 822 — Sunny suite; good. board; hot and
cold water; single rooms. >■•■' • .'
FIRST, 415— Swedish, private, boarding, with
room, $4 a week up; elegant parlor suite. »
GEARY, — Sunny front suite, unfurnished or
' furnished, to suit"; sing. rms.; excellent board.
HOTEL Falrmount, 1714 Market— new
furniture; first class In every respect; table
unsurpassed; hot and cold water; elevator;
suites, with board for 2, $50 a month up.
O'FARRELL, Pleasant rooms; home cook- j
ing; parlor: piano; bath- gents; special- rates. I
PINE, 743— Parlor suite, excellent board, mod- •
crate; single, sunny, grate, closet, $26.
BUTTER, 1128— Elegant room and board; loca-
tion unsurpassed ; reasonable. . ...-..:
VALENCIA, 1070— pleasant sunny room, car-
peted, but unfurnished, with board. <?~V-
VAN NESS aye.. 519— Sunny furnished suites I
and single rooms; first-class table board.
INFANT or small' child; mother's care. 776
Stevenson St., near Ninth. ; k- . ; ' ..-■.
INFANT or small child. $10 -month. Apply
210 Lexington aye.' • ■■ ■
WANTED— to board In Swedish family; I
good home. . 3272 Folsom st. . .- . j
WANTED— I or 2 children to board: room for |
parents; good German home. 439 Minna St.
. . STORES TO LET; " '
$9 AND $17: 2 stores with living room. 339 Noe
■ St.. near Market: stable If desired. -..:'- , ;
j-'.-."''''. OFFICES TO LET. "'-'-- ; '
EMMA SPRECKELS~~buIIdIng. 927"»Iarket St.;
light, heat, janitor and telephone; rents $13 M
to $20. ASHTON & GARDNER, room 210.
SEATROOM for coat or vest maker at 927 Mar- '
ket st., room 426. ' - ■ ■ • . '
■_-' rr _;. | '■ MEDICAL. --•.'.:-' :yv'-';: yv'-';
ALL ladles will be glad to learn that Mrs. Dr.
Gwyer, formerly of 226 Turk st., has returned
' to the city and resumed business; a sure and
safe cure for all female diseases from what- I
ever cause; all those who are sick or discour- \
aged should call on the doctor and state their i
case before going elsewhere; they will find i
h.er a true friend ; . home for patients, with I
every comfort; satisfaction guaranteed by '
MRS. DR. GWYER, 610 Eddy St., between i
Hyde and Larkln. • ■ ..
ALL cases of monthly \ Irregularities > restored !
instantly (no matter what cause); -safe and '
.sure at any time; my celebrated remedied and
treatment have never been known to fall; ■
travelers helped without delay; home In. con- !
finement; skillful medical attention; all those !
who are sick and discouraged consult the re- I
liable specialist free and confidential; strong '
pills, $1 ; guaranteed cure, $5. MRS. . DR. !
WYETH, 208 Turk st.. near Jones. .'■ v
ALL Ladies— only Dr. and Mrs. 'M. Davles,
true friends of all invalids, men and women;
CO years' practice; safe and quick cure guar-
anteed; any disease or Irregularity: dlsgfac*
avoided; kind sympathy and alj;.sura relief,
though else fail; delicacy, privacy, home,
etc.; babies adopted; travelers treated: :no
delay; self-cure sent; call or write; free; con-
fidential. MRS. M. DAVIES. 122& Market
St.; Dills, $1; very strong, $2. "TT*--. *.»",-:"
ALL of Dr. Foulet's capsules are guaranteed |
absolute I cure for all female : diseases ; - posi- I
tively safe and sure; no danger of after ef-
* fects; taken In time it also acts as a . pre-
ventive; price $160 per < box, : sent free .by i
mall on receipt of price; consultation on all
special diseases free. WALLER BROS.. ■23
Grant aye.. 8. F. A i caution— Before pur-
. chasing elsewhere write us. .
NEW process sent for female trouble; no mat-
: ter from what cause and how' long standing;
every woman her own physician; restores al-
* ways In one day; safe and sure;/ no - mcdi-
, cine or Instruments used; consultation free; •
: eaves . disgrace; pills' and . capsules, $1: ' cure, ; ;
$5. By the well-known ladles' physician ; for
37 years. DR.; POPPER, 318 Kearny st. v.: .".■■ ;:_\
A TREATMENT that ; restores instantly - all
. cases of monthly Irregularities - from .-. what-
ever cause; no Instruments used; guaranteed
cure, at office, $6; travelers helped instantly;
hours 9a. m. to 6 p. m. MRS. DR. ; KOHL,
1122 Market , st., bet. \ Mason and , Taylor. :.
WOMEN'S ailments— Ladles In trouble, see Drs.
- Goodwin free; reliable, safe and sure; oure In
24 hours guaranteed; any complaints; no In-
struments;- maternity home;. best medical at-
tendance; pills. $1; cure, $5; hours, 10 to 8. Re-
: moved from 40lD Van Ness. to 1362 A Market.
A TREATMENT that restores Instantly all
cases of monthly irregularities . from . .' what-
ever cause: no Instruments used; guaranteed
cure at office, $6; ■ travelers helped Instantly;
consult free; confidential; hours, 8- a. m. -to
6 p. m. MRS. DR. KOHL. 1122 Market st. ; y,
DR. O. W. O'DONNELL, world-renowned spe-
cialist; all - monthly ■ Irregularities restored;
> whatever cause: all cases relieved Immediate-
ly; call or write; confidential. 1023^ Market.
LADIES-^Chlcheßter 1 * English Pennyroyal Pills
(Diamond Brand), best: safe, reliable; . take
no other;' send 4c stamps .for particulars;
"Relief for Ladles"; letter by return ma.ll; at
. druggists. • Chlchester Chemical C 0.,: Phlla. ■
ALL married ladles know "Seguro." the greatest
boon to them. RICHARDS & C0.. 406 C1ay St.;
•$1 50. Send 2c stamp for circulars to SEGU-
RO MFG. CO., 631 IC St., Sacramento, ;■ Cal. /
DR. , and MRS. WEGENER. : 1312 Golden Gate
' aye. ; private home In confinement, with every
' comfort; ;: best : care : and 5- attendance; terms
'moderate; Infants adopted Into good homes. ■ ■
ALPEAU'S French pills, a boon to ladies with
female, troubles; no danger; safe cure; $2 60:
expressed C. O. D.j don't delay until too late.
i OSGOOD BROS.. Coast Agents. Oakland, Cal. ;
MRS. ACHARD. ■ midwife, "i pleasant, sunny
--.. borne ;In confinement. : 186 Second st. Tele-
' phone ; Green ■ '2. - ■-.; :' ■■ '•
•■-\' '" •;:v : ';y ;:■.^; LOST. •__-.-. ';;"■'.:." /;'■:■'
LOST— Lace handkerchief, on evening iof Nov.
29. in California Theater or going from Grant
A aye. i to: Post. Reward If returned to 80 La-
pldge at. >v :•■-• ,' : --; .-:- : :'.■' -•'.•-.',■ ' ; -'-.V--':- •■.••■.■:.■'
LOST— Sunday, on Post st.", pair of gold cuff
t;, links. Reward at 801 Post st. ' :: :,: -
LOST— canary. -.1 Return to' 831: Eleventh
v street . ■ <... .;:■; . - ■*■>■ : ■'..'.";■'/ .'■■.■ .-■ .'.
LOST— ■ the Mission, '■<■■. November * 26, ' large,
: -, black dog; answers to ! name iof Joe. ■■■ Return
r^to 340 Twenty-seventh st. and receive reward^
LOST— Great Dane dog; about 1 year old white
- - spot on -- front -. foot • and on ■ breast; , reward.
Return to 1918 Market st. ; : : : ;• -■■ -;,- . .-.:
LOST— Greyhound pup (bitch); white and black.
-.; Return to 715 Fofsom st. ; ;- reward.^g^^^'ga 1
LOST.; Nov." 22— Red setter. dog,- white tip tali.
Reward at 921 Capp St., after 6 p.m. ;,-.-;, ■■.:■■■-■/
CITY REAL ESTATE.
TERMS $5 MONTHLY.
Five weeks a«o we plated on tho market 100
lots fronting on Bth. ftt.h, 10th and 11th avenues,
and not a great way south of Golden Gate Park
and we have only a few of them left.
OVER 60 LOTS SOLD.
Prices $270 and Upward.
25 Cash— Balance iZ Monthly.
An excellent opportunity to make money,
values bound to rise, no property in ttie city
has such a future. Grand views of the bay.
Golden Gate Park and its many attractions.
Close to tne Affllated Colleges. Don't wait.
go out to-day to see them. It wont be time
BOTH BLOCKS GRADED AND FENCED.
HOW TO GET THERE.
Take Halgh't or Ellis street cars and transfer
to the new electric road (taking the place of the
old steam dummy), get off car at Ninth avenue
and H street. We have a branch office there
open dally (Sundays and holidays included).
Blue cars on Mission and Ellis streets run
direct from the ferries.
BALDWIN & HOWELL,
10 Montgomery st.
BOL GETZ & BROTHER.
ROOM "A," CROCKER BUILDING.
HEADQUARTERS FOR PARK LOTS.
SUNSET DISTRICT LOTS A SPECIALTY.
Branch Office on Ninth aye., near H st.
$400, $450, $500 to $800 eacn; street graded, lots
ready to build on; $25 down, $5 monthly.
Unexcelled View. Perfect Bargains.
Go to see them. Local agent on the Ground.
RICHMOND LOTS FROM $400 TO $SOO.
$100 to $300;" lots near Mission-st. electric
cars; ready to build on; $10 down, $5 monthly.
SOL GETZ & BROTHER.
ROOM "A." CROCKER BUILDING.
NOTICE to property ow«iers— Sealed proposals
are desired by the Board of Fire Commission-
ers at their office. New City Hall, from own-
ers of real property, suitable for engine-
house proposed, on the block bounded by
Second and Third. Mission and Howard sts.,
stating dimensions of lot, location and low-
c-st purchase price. By order of the Board of
Fire Commissioners, GEORGE MAXWELL.
Clerk. San Francisco, Nov. 28. 1898.
BIG bargain; best Investment In city: 8 flats,
paying $lio per month; central; $10,500: for 3
days only; must be sold. Box 1842, Call.
NEW 3-room cottage with level lot, near Mis-
sion and Thirtieth sts. ; $10 monthly. JACOB
HEYMAN, 11 Montgomery st.
$650 WILL build 4-room bay-window cottage;
good material. GEO. M. SALSBURY, Build-
er, E2l X St.. Sunset district.
PROPERTY TO EXCHANGE.
GOOD stock and grain ranch; Contra Costa
County; good building, spring water, orchard,
wood, good soil; $5000; exchange fer any good
property. J. H. EDSON, 1209 Broadway,.
AT $5 50 PER MONTH INSTALLMENTS AJ4D
$3 60 per month rent; new pianos.
Heine upright $295 00
Bteinway upright 187 50
Chickerlng upright 235 00
Sohmer upright 115 00
Knabe upright 275 00
And over 20 bargains from $40 up; buy direct
of manufacturer and save $50 on each piano.
HEINE PIANO MANUFACTURING CO..
136 Ellis St.. Y. M. C. A. building.
AS we are selling good upright pianos for $6
cash and $6 per month, we ask you to investi-
gate and approve this method; prices are the
I same as if purchased for all cash; bargains
I In good second-hand uprights upon same easy
payments and some good pianos for $3, $4 and
$r, per month. SHERMAN. CLAY A CO..
Stelnway dealers, corner Kearny and Sutter
ets.. San Francisco, and Thirteenth and
ABSOLUTELY the oldest and largest house
west of Chicago is KOHLER & CHASE'S.
26, 28 and 30 O'Farrell St.; pianos, organs and
all other musical instruments of all grades
and prices; terms easy; prices lowest: every-
thing possible done to please and satisfy the
DURING the next few weeks while our store
Is being remodeled we will offer the greatest
bargains In pianos and musical merchandise;
call and get our prices. ZENO MAUVAIS
MUSIC CO.. 769 Market st.
A STEINWAY, $17. r ,; Pteck. $1RO: Estey, $225;
Fischer, $250: Weber. $2o0; easy payments;
pianos rented $1 50 up; rent allcwed on pur-
| chase. Bruenn's Piano House. 204 Post st.
AN elegant Steinway upright, but little used
and in perfect order; a bargain. Spencer's
Piano Warerooms. 181S Market st.
BEN.T. CURTAZ & SON, sole agents for Chick-
erlng, Steck. Vose and Sterling pianos; easy
payments. 18 O'Farrell st.
A FINE Stelnway and new Chtckering uprlgh.
sacrificed. KEEFFE'S, 1019 Van Ness aye.
MAGNIFICENT upright piano, high grade,
cheap for cash. Room It, Flood building.
|50 — UPRIGHT piano and stool, good condition;
nice cabinet, $5 installments. 1115 Post Bt.
BARGAIN; good Stelnway upright; cheap.
BCHMITZ. 16 McAllister, next Hibemla Bank.
A PIANO that will please you. the Byron
Mauzy. SOS Post st.
HAINES' Bros. 1 and othpr first-class pianos at
reduced prices. W. C. HAMILTON, 324 Post.
NEARLY new upright plar\o chean: brilliant,
I powerful tone. HORNUNG. 516 McAllister.
"AD" smallest: prices lowest: uprights. $75 up;
rents $2 up. HEINE. 136 Ellis St.
KNABE pianos; new scale; new styles. KOH-
LER A CHASE. 30 O'Farrell st.
BUPERIOR violins, zithers, old and new. H.
MTLLF.R: mal<"r. rrpnirer. I Lntham nln.v
HEALD'S Business College, 24 Post St.— Book-
keeping, business practice, shorthand, typ-
ing, telegraphy, languages, English branches;
electrical, civil and mining engineering; sui-
veylng, assaying, etc.; 20 teachers; 1100 grad-
uates placed since 1892; catalogue.
AYREB' Business College. 723 Market st. : indi-
vidual instruction In shorthand, typing, book-
keeping, telegraphy, penmanship, English
branches, etc.; life scholarship, $50; low rates
per week and month.
ENGINEERING School, civil, electrical, min-
ing, mech. survey, assay, archlt. ; day & eve. ;
est. 1864. VAN DER NAILLEN. 933 Market.
ifLOCUTION A oratory; F. C. Caldwell ; 16 yrs.
experience. Emma SPreckels bldg., 927 Market.
INSTRUCTION— VioIin, piano, cornet, mando-
lin, etc. THE MISSES LANE, 3941 24th St.
PRIVATE academy of dancing; waltzing a
MISS JEAN HUDDY, 6A Hyde.
BAN FRANCISCO Business College, 1236 Mar~
ket st. ; 400 positions- secured In last 2 years.
BOOKKEEPING, rapid calculation, practically
taught: short time. Tarr. 572-Parrott bldg.
CO HORSES of every description at Emporium
Balesyards, 220 Valencia St., between Thir-
teenth and Fourteenth; also buggies, wagons,
harness, etc., at your own price.
40 HORSES for sale; also wagons, buggies,
carts, harness; Grand Arcade Horse Mar-
ket, 527 Sixth; auction sales every Wednes-
day. SULLIVAN A DOYLE. Auctioneers.
WAGONS AND CARRIAGES.
COST $5000— An established carriage business;
wagons, hacks, buggies and harness; cash
trade; no book accounts; reasonable offer not
refused. Fifteenth and Valencia sts.
ALL tpewrlters sold and rented; few partly
used for sale cheap: send for samples and
prices. ALEXANDER A CO., 110 Montgomery.
A HAMMOND, $26; Callgraph, $15; Yost. $25:
K«t sample work. SCOTT. 8M Montgomery it.
BIDS Wanted — Notice Is hereby given that
sealed proposals will be received by the Board
of Directors of the Veterans' Home Associa-
tion at its office, room 13, 320 Sansome st..
Fan Francisco. Cal., up to 10 o'clock a. m.,
Saturday, December 10, 189$, and opened Im-
mediately thereafter in the presence of bid-
ders, for furnishing and delivering quarter-
master and commissary supplies for the Vet-
erans' Home, Napa County, Cal. (railroad sta-
tion Yountville), for six months commencing
January 1, 1899, and ending June 3<">. 188!*.
Schedules with Information and lnstuctlons
for submitting bids will be furnished upon
application by the undersigned. Bidders will
carefully follow the conditions of the
schedules, and no bid will be considered un-
less It is In accordance with such schedules.
Each bidder must accompany his bid with a
certified check upon some well known and re-
sponsible banking house for at least 10 per
cent of the amount of his bid. payable to J.
C. Currier, treasurer, conditioned that the
bidder will enter Into a good and valid con-
tract upon notice of acceptance as required
by law. The board reserves the right to
reject any or all bids and to order any quan-
tity over or under the amount specified.
Address J. J. BCOVILLE. Secretary Veter-
ans' Home Association, room 28, S2O Sanßome
■t., San Francisco, Cal. By -rder of the
Board of Directors.
J. J. SCOVILLE, Secretary.
IF^ ALBERT ELSEY CARVER, who" was re-
Biding in and near Vancouver, B. C, during
the years 1891 to 1895, and afterward in Cali-
fornia, and was last heard of In Sonora;
Tuolumne County, Cal., about June, ISM 6. will
apply to the undersigned he will hear of
something to his advantage. WELLS ft
HIND, Solicitors, Nottingham, England.
OFFICE— 9OB BROADWAY. j
OAKLAND REAL ESTATE.
FOR sale in Oakland— New. house, 7 rooms and
• bath; 2-story; best ; construction and finish;
lot 40x125; fine neighborhood; 3 minutes from
railroad station: 30 minutes from San Fran-
cisco; monthly Installments. HERON &
I HOLCOMB. 1050 Broadway. :
I 20 GOOD lots, street ' work all done, $100 and
upward ; ,in Frultvale; before you buy or
. build see my list: ■ 30-page * illustrated ■ cata-
. logue. E. E. BUNCE. 90S Broadway. Oakld.
-L.MHUKST RfcAL ATE.
DELIGHTFUL home; about 1 acre and 6-room
\ houee : with all • modern improvements; good
outbuildings for - horse,' cow and chickens ;
fruit In abundance; must be sold. See PIT-
TOCK. real estate, near P. P., Elmhurst. i
MODERN 6-room flats, $12 to $17; no dark rms.,
stove and porcelain bath; water, . ash man
free; Adeline station", Oakland; key 940 Union
st. KOKNIO & KROLL. 1008 ' Broadway. -
OAKLAND HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS.
BROADWAY, 1229— Unfurn housekpg rooms,
carpets: reasonable to responsible parties. "
OAKLAND FURNITURE FOR SALE.
FURNlTUHE— tiood^^nv^ cheap H. S<:HKL.i^
HAAS* old «tor». 408 KW»nfH st. ' S»« hl*i
alameda real estate. *
first come, first served. ,
■"' just like paying rent.
$1200, $1700, $1800. $2200, $2600. . $3000.
The above are lovely cottages . which have
been thrown upon the market for non-payment
of Installments, and they are now offered at
a great sacrifice to close accounts. ! They con-
: tain 4, 5, 6 and 7 rooms, and ere finished up to
date; almost new, and axe located near schools
and - stations. - : " " ■;' '' •'•■• - ■ : vi
We are going to weed them out. and invite
Inspection. MARCUSE & REMMEL.
Bay-st. station, Alameda,' and 630 Market St.,
; San Francisco. Open Sundays and holidays.
• REAL . estate, auction sale— order '-■ of the
MISSES STRATTON.we will sell their beau-
• tiful home of nine rooms, . 1834 San Jose aye.,
near Lafayette St., Alameda; sala SATUR-
DAY, December 3, 1898, at 4 p. m. ! it Is one
. of the finest locations In Alameda; lot 50x150;
■ sale . absolute, rain or shine; take the 3:15
narrow gauge train from the city, get oft at
! Chestnut street station. J. A. MONROE &
CO., Auctioneers, 1517. Park. St.. Alameda,
TO rent — New cottage, 5. rooms; all modern Im-
1 provements; lawn; flowers; water free." 1434
Ninth st., bet. .Mastlck and Encinal stations,
i BEFORE • you . buy . or build r see our bargains.
Alameda Land Company, installment home
builders and real estate agents, 1500 Park St.,
' : Alameda, Cal. * ■■■'.■- ■■■</■ •; yy '"i:_ . ■
CHEAPEST and best in America— Weekly
Call. Sent to any address* In the United
. States, postpaid, for $1 50 a year.
BERKELEY REAL ESTATE. »
FOR SALE— A • fine ! 7-room ; house: all the
; latest Improvements; large lot; street work
all done: 4 blocks from university grounds.
JOS. J. MASON, Real Estate, Berkeley Bta-
tlon. -.-'•. -■-■•■
. FOR RENT— small house and 3 acres of land;
: . Just the place for a chicken ranch : rent $12.
. JOS. J. MASON, Real Estate. Berkeley.
! FOR. sale or trade at a - sacrifice;. 2 8-room
, -houses on large lots; street work done; sight-
ly view; property insured for $3600; worth
' $6000; will sell for $4r,00; less for cash; a sure
, bargain. O. G. MAY & CO., 2123 Center St.,
i Berkeley. . - , . '• : "■; . .
GOOD . business for sale In Berkeley; : clears
' $200 a month; buyer wanted Immediately. O.
G. MAY, 2123 Center st., Berkeley.
1 $560; SMALL" house,' 4 rooms, in Berkeley,
1 near station; $25 down; $10 monthly.
• $125; lot 25x130; $10 down; $5 monthly; near
1 California and Nevada Railroad.
CHAS. A. BAILEY, owner, 20 Montgomery.
1 RESPECTABLE woman wishes situation to do
: general housework; with many years' refer-
• ences. • Call at 350 Preclta aye.. off Folsom st.
TO RENT— SIB; furnished cottage, 4 rooms and
bath. FREESE & CODDINGTON, 2119 Stan-
; ford place, opposite Berkeley station. .■■>,.<--..?■..
- 5-ROOM cottage; bath, laundry; 1% acres;
12 mtn. walk to Berkeley s.tn. 4 Freese & Cod •
- 'dlngton. 2119 Stanford pi., opp. Berkeley stn.
1 MONE^TO^JLOAN^ J '' '?
• LOANS on furniture or pianos In S. t F., Oak-
, land * or Alameda at lowest rates, without
removal; no' commission; no : delays. J.
. NOON AN. 1017 to 1023 •: Mission St.. ' above
; Sixth: telephone South 14. . '
. LOANS to salaried people holding permanent
positions; >no security except their name;
; easy ■ payments!- New r Era- Loan ■ Co.; rm. 26,
1003>4 Broadway, Oakland; hours 10 to 3. .'
HIGHLY respectable and private ' place 'to ob-
tain liberal advances on diamonds and jew-
elry, at the ' lowest . rates. * Baldwin j Jewelry
Store, room : 408, Parrott building. ■
ON furniture, pianos, city or Oakland; no re-
moval: low rates: no commission; $25 up;
; private party. BONNELLI, 130 Powell st.
ANY n mount at 6H per cent on real estate, 2d
- and 3d mortgages, estates, real estate in pro-
! bate. R. McCOLGAN, 24 Montgomery, rm. 3.
• BORROW from the CUT-RATE LOAN OF-
i . FICE, 22 Mason st., opp. Olympia Music Hall.
• ON furniture, pianos, without removal: no com-
• mission; private. LICK, 116 McAllister St.
• SECOND mortgages and undivided interests in
estates a specialty. MURPHY, 636 Market st.
! $50 TO $50,000; lowest rates: Ist and 2d mortg.;'
any proposition. Dryden, 413 Montgomery st.
ELEVENTH, 106— Branch office of The Call.
■. Subscriptions and ads taken. •; . -. . ...
7 MARiIIAGE LICENSES.
Marriage licenses have been issued as follows:
Lazzaro Raffantl and Zabella 8raga:....... 21-18
Chin K. . Shue and Nettle Serena Lee. .24-20
. W. F. Wilson Jr. and Rose F. McDonald.. 26-23
1 John W. Houghtoh and Rosalia V. Soule.2£-26
Edw/ Lane and Mary M. , Camer0n. .V. . . : .'.28-37
• George D. Kinyon and Frances Ramsey... 2l-19
Galusha W. Lane and Alice J. Kuhn 31-21
; G. C. H. Classen and E. Louis Bchreck.,.. 3B-28
Isaac Munro and Anna M. Keiser.. ■...».;.. 29-28
• David C. Martin and Ellen T. Hampton.. .40-30
: • BIRTHS— MARRIABES— HEATHS. ■"
Birth, marriage ;; and death notices sent by
mall will not be inserted. They must be handed
' in at either of the publication offices and be
indorsed with the. name. and residence of per-
sons authorized to have the same published.
; MURPHY— In this city. November 29, ; 1898, to
. the wife of. P.: J. Murphy, a son. r . > ■ '
■ PISANI— In this City, November 25, 1898, to the
■ wife of Giovanni Pisanl, a son. . .•-?■.:■ .
, — -— — MABBIED. -
; CUDWORTH— HOBSON— In this city, Novem-
ber 2S, IS9B, by the Rev. Dr. Wheat,- Royal
W. Cudworth and Blanche V. Hobson, both
-'.'of San Francisco, ' ■:
, LEVINE— SAMUELS— In this city, November
' 27, IS9B, by the Rev.'Hyman Samuelson. Louis
' Levine and Rebecca t Samuels, , both of San
i Francisco. -:.:■■•'" , -:.'; ■-,- > : . .-•-. -, ■■' .'.---■
LIMOUSIN— PENEZ— In this city, November
1 -.- 30, 1898, Cyprlen F. Limousin and Pauline V.
Penez. ;.; • -. '• ••-..',.:• !-'• - ■' .
', MARKS— In this' city, November 27,
1898, by the Rev. .M. Levy, Abe Marks and
Beckle Armer. : -.-.-.— ar . . ■•• ' • .- ■ .
. . Belcher, Isaac ■S. • -Jong, Jacob • : - -
.Brizzolara. Lulgi , ■ Kerr, George P. ' , -
:, Burnett, : Evan > . Lathrop, Rev. H. D.
! Daly, Masgie •■ ' ; Leissler, Henry . .
Davila, Refuglb . ; Leland, Rose
De la Torre, Capt. .A. " McGlynn, Joseph B.
: Dodge, Gilbert A. ;. McDonald, ■ Mary '" •'
i . Dusenbery, Jacob Martens, ' Carl H. •'
Dwyer, -Anthony ~ Mikulicich. Bartol
Fisher, Maud ' Murphy, Delta A.
. Hansen, Anna. H. . Murray. Denis
Hanton, John E. Olsen. Martin ' '
: ' Herlby .-.Cornelius Parker," J. M. .; '.
' Hoffmann.-. Ennest A. Plerruccini. Albert D.
: Hunt, Minnie T.-v;:; Press, William ■ . ■
r- Hutchins, Joseph A. -f Rlppe, Christian ■ ■
; Jones (Infant) Sullivan, Mary .--"
i BELCHER— this city, November 80, 1898,
i Isaac. S. Belcher, a. native of Vermont, aged
; 73 years. = (New England papers please copy.)
i .-.lCJf Notice' of funeral hereafter. - ; ..,,
• BRIZZOLARA— In y San -• Joaquin County, No-
vember 28, 1898, Lulgi. '.Brizzolara -of- 1015
. Washington street,- San Francisco, beloved
• husband ;of ; Agostina". Brizzolara. father of
Eugenia, Sinlbaldo.'^Angelo and Adolf o Briz-
- zolara. Mrs: Magglnl •, and Mrs. G. Granuccl.
'■ ;. and stepfather » of Mrs.. G. ■■ B. Rocatagliata,
•Mrs. M. G. Tonini and the late John Bernlerl,
; : a native of Genoa; ■> Italy, aged 59 years. • ■
1 - -: , (DTThe ; funeral will take place this ; day-
1 " (Thursday), at 10 o'clock,: from his late resi-
. dence, 1015 Washington -J street, Interment
1 private. -Please- omit. flowers. .;-. ' . /.. ,-.; •-.-
'. BURNETT— Alameda. '• November . 29.' 1898
' Evan, beloved husband of Catherine Burnett,
: ' and father of ' Mrs. J. :J.* Atkins, . Evan - Bur-
■ .: nett, Mrs. '.'Adrin Vanderkloot and. J. H. t
' Richard, •' Fred • C. v and I William •-; Burnett, • a
native of Cornwall. 'England,^ aged; 75 years.
': and acquaintances are respect-
. fully -Invited 'to attend the funeral this day
' (Thursday), at -2. o'clock, from 1 his 'late' resi-
. t dence, - 1708 Eagle avenue. Interment > Moan-
;.- .- tain -View Cemetery, Oakland. . , ; . .•..--- , r .,.'
; ■ DALY— In this i city, % November 30. i 1888, Ma«r-
: ; : gle, beloved >; wife 'of -i Maurice Dal«, -and
, )(-, mother; of Mary, > John ■ D. and ft Maurice V.'
* ' . •■- ■■- • .-._&tSC9!MBS«< '/I'-!. S".>~«-.i--,-.. ■'. ■ ■
Daly, a native of Rockford, 111., aged 28
E7"Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited, to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Friday), at 10:30 o'efock, from her late resi-
dence, 168 Silver street, thence to St. Rose's
Church, where sen-ices will b« held for the
repose of her soul, commencing at 11 o"«lock.
Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.
DAVILA— In this city, November 29, . IS9S.
Refugio Davila. beloved mother ct Mrs. Agui-
lar, a native of Mexico, aged C 4 years.
DE LA TORRE— In San Kafael, November 29.
1898, Captain A. ile la T.rre. father of A. de
la Torre Jr. of San Francisco, a native of the
City of Mexico, aged 51 years.
DODGE— In Alameda. November 30, 1898, Gil-
bert A., beloved husband of Delia L. Dodge,
and father of Hazel and Ruth Dodge, a na-
tive of New York, aged ."7 years.
DUSENBERY-In this city. November 30, 1898,
Jacob Dusenbery, beloved brother of Hlrsch,
Nathan and Lewis Dusenbery and Mrs. Cora
Diamond, a native of Rypin, Poland, aged 72
E7" Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral to-*norrow
(Friday), at 12:45 o'clock, from the residence
of hie brother. Nathan Pusenbery 1126 O'Far-
rell street. Interment Hills "of- Eternity
Cemetery. Please omit flowers.
DWYER— In this city, November 30. 1898. at
his residence. 1420 Hyde street, Anthony,
dearly beloved husband of Catherine Dwyer,
father of Mrs. W. Wright, Mrs. N. Blsnet.
Mrs. P. Pflster and M. J., i. F. F. and Kate
Dwyer, and grandfather of Etta and Fannie
Dwyer, a native of County Tipperary, Ire-
land, aged 74 years.
(C7"Notice of funeral hereafter. Please omit
FISHER —In Berkeley. November 29, IS9B.
Maud, beloved wife of J. L. Fisher, and
daughter of Mrs. Mrs. A. Levy, a native of
Mississippi, aged 19 years 8 months and 27
It? 1 Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral services
this day (Thursday), at 2 o'clock, at 2521
Shattuck avenue, Berkeley.
HANSEN— In this city, November 30, IS9B.
Anna Helena, beloved daughter of Anna and
the late Captain Frithjof Hansen, and sister
of Fophia, Helen, Sina, Lilly and Arthur
Hansen, a native of San Franctsco, aged 2
years 6 months and 6 days.
HANTON— November 30, 1898. John E., dearly
beloved husband of Delia Hanton. a native of
Scotland, aged 86 years and 28 days.
HERLBY— In this cit, November 2lt, IS9B, Cor-
nelius, beloved husband of Ellen Herlby, and
father of James C. Herlby. a native of Ca-
hora. County Cork. Ireland, aged 47 years a
months and 5 days.
t^The funeral will take place to-morrow
(Friday), at 8:45 o'clock, from 767 Mission
street, thence to St. Patrick's Church, where
a solemn requiem high mass will be cele-
brated for the repose of his soul, commencing
at 9 o'clock. Interment Mount Calvary
HOFFMANN— In this city, November 30, IS9B.
Ennest A., dearly beloved brother of Dled-
rich and the late George Hoffmann, and uacle
of Frank, William, Tillie, Ernest, George,
Henry and Dick Hoffmann and Mrs. P.
Merkens, a native of Hanover, Germany, aged
B0 years and 20 days. A member of Gesang
Vereln and Schiller Bund.
lE7Friends and eequalntances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Friday), at 1:30 o'clock, from Duveneck's
Hall, northwest corner Twenty-fourth and
Church streets. Remains at the residence of
Mrs. G. Hoffmann, 1171 Churfh street, near
Twenty-fourth. Interment I. O. O. P. Ceme-
HUNT— In this city, November 28. IS9B. Min-
nie T., beloved daughter of Catherine and
the late Herbert Hunt, and sister of Harry
D. Hunt, a native of San Francisco, aged
17 years 4 months and 15 days.
CTFrlends are respectfully Invited to at-
tend the funeral this day (Thursday), at
9:30 o'clock, from the residence of her aunt.
Miss Nora Daly, 302 Green street, thence to
St. Francis Church, where a high requiem
mass will be celebrated for the repose of her
soul, at 10 o'clock. Interment Mount Calvary
HUTCHINS— In this city. November 30, 1898,
Joseph Alvin, beloved husband of the late
Elvira Hutchins, and beloved father of Mrs.
Llsta Penny and Mrs. Mar. Landsberger, a
native of Waldsboro, aged 55 years and 3
JONES— In the City and County Hospital. No-
vember 30, 1898, infant child of Mary Jones,
a native of California, aged 8 days.
JONG— In Oakland. November 29. 1898, Jacob
Jong, a native of Holsteln, Germany, aged
ICyFriends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Friday), at 2 o'clock, from the parlors of
Henry Evers. 565 Washington street. Oak-
land. Interment Mountain View Cemetery.
KERR— In this city, November 30, IS9B, George
P., beloved son of Robert G. and Maggie
Kerr, a native of San Francisco, aged 23
LATHROP— At the St. Helena Sanitarium. No-
vember 29, ISSK, Rev. Henry Durant Lathrop,
a native of Elmira, N. V., aged 69 years.
Funeral services will be held this day
(Thursday), at 2:30 o'clock, at the Church of
the Advent, Eleventh street, San Francisc .
Interment Mountain View Cemetery, Oak-
LEISSLER— In this city, November 29, 1898,
Henry Leissler, late mat? of the whaling bark
Gayhead, a native of Germany, aged 45 years.
(CTFriends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral this day
(Thursday), at 2 o'clock, .rom the parlors of
H. C. Bunker A Co., 2666 Mission street.
Mission Masonic Temple. Interment Masonic
LELAND— In this city, November 29, 1898,
Rose, beloved wife of Herman M. Leland, a
native of Oakland, Cal., aged 33 years.
C?" Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Friday), at 2:45 o'clock, from the parlors of
Charles J. B. Metzler. 636 Washington street-
Interment Odd Fellows' Cemetery.
McGLYNN— In this city. November 30. 1898.
Joseph Bennei, child of Charles J. and Mar-
garet F. McGlynn, a native of San Francisco,
aged 11 months.
McDONALD— In this city, November 29. 1898,
Mary McDonald, dearly beloved mother of
James and Mary A. McDonald and Mrs. John
Crowley of Boston, Mass., a native of Kil-
kenny. Ireland, aged 83 years.
ETThe funeral will take place this day
(Thursday), from the Chapel of the Passion,
corner First and Bryant streets, where a
Bolemn requiem mass will be celebrated for
the repose of her soul, commencing at 9
o'clock. Interment private in Holy Cross
Cemetery, by electric car from First and Har-
MARTENS— In Golden Gate District. Oakland,
November 28, IS9B, Carl Henning, beloved hus-
band of Gretchen Martens, and father of
Franz E., Anna M., Frieda E. and Elise H.
Martens, a native of Holsteln, Germany, aged
67 years 7 months and 5 days.
JHTFriends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral services
this day (Thursday), at 2 o'eloi-k, at St.
Marcus Church (Rev. A. Jatho3, Filbert
street, between Seventh and Eighth, Oakland.
Interment Mountain View Cemetery.
MIKULICICH-In this city. November 29. 1898,
Bartol Mikulicich. beloved brother of J. C.
August and Matthew Mlkuiicich and Mrs.
Martin Antich. a native of Krasiza, Austria,
aged 40 years 3 months and 5 days.
E7"The funeral will take place this day
(Thursday), at 2 o'clock, from the parlors of
McAvoy & Co., 1235 Market street, between
Eighth and Ninth. Interment Laurel Hill
MURPHY— In this city, November 2S, 1898.
Delia A., beloved daughter of Alice and the
late P. Murphy, and sister of Annie. Thomas,
John and Gertrude Murphy, Mrs. T. F.
' Whearty, Mrs. T. J. Lynch and Mrs. J.
Glrod, a native of San Francisco.
ICTFriencls and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral this day
(Thursday), at 9:30 o'clock, from her late
residence, 3040 Jackson street, thence to St.
Dominic's Church, where a solemn requiem
high mass will be held for the repose of her
soul, commencing at 10 o'clock. Interment
Mount Calvary Cemetery.
MURRAY— In this city. November 29, IS9B,
Deniri Murray, a native of Ireland, aged 76
(CTFriends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Friday), at 12:30 o'clock, from the parlors
of Charles J. B. Metzler, 636 Washington
street. Interment Laurel Hill Cemetery
OLSEN— In this city, November 28, 1898, Mar-
tin beloved husband of Christina Olsen, a na-
tive of Sweden, aped 60 years.
(ETFriends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral this day
(Thursday), at 2 o'clock, from his late resi-
dence, 6'V Golden Gate avenue, thence to
Swedish Congregational Church, Jessie street,
between Sixth and Seventh, for services. In-
terment Laurel Hill Cemetery.
PARKER— In Oakland. November 29, IS9B, J.
[CyThe funeral will take place this day
(Thursday), at 2 o'clock, from 963 Clay street.
Interment private, in Mountain View Ceme-
PIERRUCCINI— In this city, November 29, 1898.
Albert D., dearly beloved son of the late
Stefano Pl«rrucclni and of Mrs. Frances
Plerrucclnl, and brother of John, Joseph and
Amanda Pierruccinl, a native of San Fran-
cisco, aged 28 years.
PRESS — In the City and County Hospital, No-
vember 30, 1898, William Press, a native of
England, aged 30 years.
RIPPE— In this city, November 29. 1898, Chris-
tian Rippe, dearly beloved brother of J. D.
and Elizabeth Rippe, and nephew of J. H.
Rippe, a native of Germany, aged 22 years 9
months and 14 days.
(C7"The funeral will take place this day
(Thursday), at 11 o'clock, from the parlors
of the Gantner & Guntz Undertaking Com-
pany, 8 and 10 City Hall square. Strictly pri-
vate. Interment Cypress Lawn Cemetery.
SULLIVAN— In this city, November 29, 1898.
Mary, belovtd wife of Jeremiah Sullivan,
beloved mother of Nonie Sullivan and Infant
child sister of Mrs. Kate Maricvnch and
Ellen McCarthy, and Pister-In-law of Mrs.
Timothy O'Leary. a native of the parish of
Ballyhar, County Kerry, Ireland, aged 30
HrFrlendE and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral this day
(Thursday), at 9 o'clock, from her late resi-
dence 219 Vallejo street, thence to St. Fran-
cis Church, where a solemn requiem high
mass will be celebrated for the repose of her
soul, commencing at 9:30 o'clock. Interment
Holy Cross Cemetery-
HENRY J. GALLAGHER CO.,
(Successors to Flanagan A Gallagher),
FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBAL^'tJRS.
10 Fifth St., oppoalt* Lincoln bohooi.
Telephone Soutb SO.