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HI SINESV CHANCES.
\-S"O; .SALOON doing a good buslnessTMar^
ket and Seventh pts. ; rent $40; a bargain. R.
G. WILKE, 006 Market ft.
\— VM; SALOON, doing a first-class business;
estab. years; 30 feet tr m Call bldg. ; account
for sickness. Particulars H. G. Wllke, 306 Mkt.
A— $1(500; corner grocery and bar; living rooms;
rne-half block from Wieland's Brewery; daily
receipts about $25; ISO trade only; a rare
a Chance. Call R. G. LLKE, 90S Market st.
A— s7oo; corner saloon with 3 entrances; estab-
lished Z0 years; doing a rushing business;
large Eto> k ; very best location, about one
block fruin The ■ ill. H. G. WILKE, SOS Mar-
ket st.
A— slS'»; restaurant with 9 furnished rooms in
Contra Costa County; 60 steady boarders be-
sides largo transient custom; meals 25c; rent
J4." . clearing above $178 per month. Call R.
G. WILK ■•' 8 Market st. • ', \
A^WJOu; OLD-ESTABLISHED and well-paying
talocn. Including 17 furnished rooms and
Ira mil bakery; rent $34; lease; kept by own- .
ers years; a bargain. U. G. WILKE, 906 '
Market st.
$450— RANCH bakery and stationery store in
the Mission, living rooms; rent $1S: average
daily receipts HO. Call R. G. WILKE, 9u6
Market st.
;;no— CORNER saloon; rent $35; California and
sts. It. G. WILKE. 906 Market st.
PARTNER wanted; light 1 ness; clear $75
each.
Cigar stand cheap; sickness cause of sell-
ing.
Saloon: n bargain; SlOO clear a month.
WESTERN IN-. ESTMENT CO., 9 Geary st.
riONERY, notions and cigar store;
bargain. NATL AGENCY, 783H Market St.
iROTO-ENGRAYING, publishing and printing
I.umiiuss; a sacrifice. Nat. Agency, 7S3>-s Mkt.
"•O— SALOON; north Market; doing good busi-
ness; owner sick; must sell. JONES & CO.,
S6i Market st.
75— BARBER shop; 5 chairs; laundry ugency.
MCLAUGHLIN & CO.. 777 Market st.
KHO RT— Sunset oyster and refreshment
li'iviee half way between Cliff House and In-
gleside; nicest and best; on Ocean Boulevard;
it sale or lease (furnished), or will take
v partner; will open about June 1. Apply to
room 11. 632 Market St., or on the premises.*^
ON'.T mlys this bargain— Elegantly ntted'up
store, including shelving, counters ana » ,
sllver-mountod showcases-; living rooms in j
rear; long lease; rent J2i. 2** Third ; st. ■
FINELY located jewelry More, with- or with-
out stock; enly object in selling tins P'"™-
has secured larger placo for loan Dusineao.
Call store. 867 Market St.
?200- PARTNER wanted 7n esUblished|busl-
ness; two places to look af ter; | PJ* I "*^. ?,'
work;no experience: trial glven-T 266 O yarreu.
PARTNERrwlth' some capital wanted to^manuj
facture combination door mat, pateniea.
<"HAS. KUHN, Fruit val^^J-al^
' GOODS business 5 for | right rarty: ""^f
st, cor. Hyde. .
FINE «o»~flxture. and showcasj.: notions. ,
rooms; suitable branch lane.} au I
2.54S Folsom. ,

SALOON^Cheap; splendid business; cheap rent.
"k,,.-i st'; near Folsom; call.;- .
FOR' sale^Fruit ; store.; j pood chance. 130 Eighth
et.; no agents.
A^FIKST-CLUSS saloon en East st . nr. Mar-
kl« ■on acrount of ill health; II LANE &
. ONNELLTS, 204 Market_st.
FOR^saleToriwlll take partner in one of the
* best little businesses in Oakland: no • Ight or
Sunday Vork. Apply :15_ Eighth st., Oakland.
BARBERS^2-cha,ir shop for sale. 1 Spear st..
r.r.ir Market.
W WTEO— a nany experienced in hotel best-
i<>rs a- a partner in taking charge of a fine
'{■ •.', carltal required $l'.iou; also a furnished
- ilef to r*r.t; cicur store - lust be sold at
". „, hoi ii 1 - eery an<i bar. to lv sold by
May "~> Slifl We haw splendid opportunities
in 'air classes of business; before buying call
, ..... office; German. French. Spanish and
'■ '-!. ..spoken. PACIFIC COAST EX-
■' HANGE, mt --3. 10U74 Market, nr. a:xth.
•T-i Sin Rafael; comer of G st., opp.
"\v.'ii" ■ :; iwm'W -s.iuge depot; 2-story house
; l.i :•-;•- rooms upstairs, saloon and
,Ung-rootn and 2 rooms downstairs;
fdlchance for a business man; lot 13"x
fronting :> 3 streets. Inquire premises.
TEItE.ST in c :p ration; honorable |
Investment s*<:ured; investor handle \
mself; further 'i.-veloping business;
ilary: roan ' ! '-'rtm-ry ability suftl- ;
■ .• •. r permitted. Box 604, Call.
Eastern purchaser-! of profitable
fg-itimate exchanges, first mort- j
g . loans and for further information frcm I
<".'.ira 'Valley Orchard Agency- of !
.. write to box 711, Call office. '-i ■ ', ■
W \NT a few good men to invest $1000; . .irpen- !
•. • - preferred; pood wages paid; investment
will .ay SIM month besides wages; the $1000
: !n 12 months; jersonal interview for
rs. Box 603, Call office.
A! . VISTRATOR'S sale— A dry goods, fancy
:- in i millinery store, located at Hollis-
:.- icounty r"-at); stock about (8006. in good
■ :. litii r,, will sell at great sacrifice; crop
;: spects first class. Apply at 134 Sixth St.
EMAKER— A rare chance; for sale cheap;
: ilher, last, tools, patching machine, etc.: 1
mile fr :ti Stanford University. Inquire
French shoemakpr, Mayfleld, Cal.
PARTNER, experienced salesman preferred.
to har.iile money-making store article: newly
patented; small capital required. Box 785,
Call office.
FOR i-klf cheap — Steam cleaning and dyeing j
works, doing a -class business. 20 Locust
St.. Santa Cruz. Cal.
SALOON for sale at SO Jackson St., between
Davis and I <rumm,
' BLACKSMITH shop and tools cheap; clearing
over $150 nth, Address MRS. E.. 353 Fifth.
Al SALOON: pood location; cheap. Inquire at
WICHMAN, LUTGEN & CO.. 31S-322 Clay st.
SHOE shop; must be sold: good paying busi-
ngs; 1 room furnished; good prices. 332 Bush.
FOR sale cheap, second-hand baker's oven. At
i-f.al Yard. M 7 Mission st.
SEE BASILE. S73H Market St.. to buy or. sell
your business; lodging houses a specialty.
NEW and -complete furniture of a flat for sale
rhf-ap; host btove and linen. 51214 Pierce St.;
call from 1 to 4 p. m.
BARBER hop with" living rooms for sale at
1*124 torn st.
COFFEE and tea routes supplied from OEO.
W. CASWELL A CO.'S. 415 Sacramento St.
ROUTE cd this paper for sale. Apply this
efflce. ■.
A WEEK'S news for 5 cents— Weekly Call,
10 nagt-w. !n -.v: a;, per, for mailing. $1 p«t year.
FOR SALE— MISCELLANEOUS.
BOlLERsT~englnes, 2d-hand machinery. Mc-
I.NTOSH & WOLPMAN. 195-197 Fremont st.
ALL of the remaining furniture, carpets, cur-
tains etc of the Alexandria Hotel, removed
! to the big store In Odd Fellows' building.
Market st near Seventh, to be closed out at
once regardless of value; open evenings till 8.
EAR!?, back bars, mirrors, showcases, counters,
linoleum, office furniture, store and office
furniture and fixtures: new and second-hand.
J. NOONAN. 1017-1019-1021-1023. Mission et.,
above Sixth.
A I AN OVERSTOCK
St Germain Billiard Co., 409 Market St.; all
styles, new and 2d-hand tables, bar flxtnres.
supplies: best beer pumps; cheap; installmts.
BEAUTIFUL smooth case, small size, gent's
14-karat gold watch, for $30: worth $60. At
UNCLE HARRIS', IE Grant aye.
SCHOONER Lotus In good condition, fully
. equipped; a bargain. 4 Falmouth, or LEE'S
Boathouse, Long Bridge.
COMBINED punch and shears: medium size
screw cutting lathe. 64S Mission st.
GASOLINE engines— l h. p. $100. 2 h. p. $125, 1
h.p. $150. 4 h. p. $17*.. Smith Co.. 527 Mission.
A BREECH-LOADING shotgun for $15; cost
originally 532. Uncle Harris. 15 Grant aye.
A— BUITS made to order for $35 at $12 00. MIS-
FIT CLOTHING PARLORS, 513 Montgomery.
A—U 60 DERBY and Fedora hats. $1 75. Popu-
• lar Price Hatter*; 330 Kearny St.. near Pine.
SECOND-HAND machinery, scrap Iron and
metals bought. S. F. I. V., 204 Mission st.
L.M'NDHY plant, complete; boiler, undine, etc.
WHITE'S. .'l6 Miss! st - .."-.-•
BOILERS, engines, second-hand machinery.
AS.HMAN.& BURKE, 133 Beale st.
BARS, counters, show. .. shelving, mirrors,
bought, sold and exchanged. 1063 Mission st.
SAFES— AII circs, new and second hand. THE
HERMANN SAFE CO., 417 Sacramento st.
POLYPHONE, $3.i; attachment (only), $13; will
fit phono or sraphophone. Baclgalupl. 533 Mkt.
SAFES— Bargains In new and second hand, all
Fizep; half riKinnl rn<=t ?■'■ -Ii Market. B. V.
SEWING MACHINES.
MONTHLY, rented; repaired, bought. «old;
machine supplies. 145 Sixth: phone Mint 4.V
AUTOMATIC. Domestic, Singer, White cheap.
repairing? guaranteed 1915 Mission, nr. 15th.
ALL kinds bought. sold, exchanged. nted; r»-
pslrtng at lowest th*'- 'M Fourth «t.
PHYSICIANS.:
DR. C. C. O'DONNELL, office and residence,
1021 Market St., bet. 6th and 7th.
LODGING HOUSES FOR SALE.
16-ROOM house; clears $80; only $350
110-room corner house; clears $500 5500
18-room house on Turk st 700
65-room house to exch'ge for small house. 3000
10-room house on Taylor st 500
24-room house on Market st SOO
15-room house on Howard st 600
18-room; new; cost $4500 1800
■24 rooms on Geary st ; 625
26 rooms; corner house 850
14 rooms on O'Farrell st 350
■ 12-rocm house; large yard; downtown 400
15 rooms; clears $100; only 300
12 rooms; exchange for large house 600
M-room house; clears ?300 1600
H. C. DECKER, 1020 Market St., opp. 6th.
22-ROOM HOUSE
POWELL AND GEARY STS.
COST $4000 GOOD AS NEW
..PRICE ONLY $1300 IF TAKEN AT ONCE.
H. C. DECKER...... H. C. DECKER,
1020 MARKET ST.
ALL of the remaining furniture, carets, cur-
tains, etc., of the Alexandria Hotell removed
to the big store In Odd Fellows -building.
Market st. near Seventh, to be closed out at
once regardless of value; open evenings till 8.
LODGING-HOUSE of 11 rooms for sale on
Third it -Call at J. J. CROSS' grocery, 249
Third Et.
THE furniture of 15 rooms In whole or In part;
steady roomers if taken at once. Address
box B. call branch office, . 387. Hayes ; st. r- ■. , ■
post - 0 corner Stockton— Sunny corner suites
and single rooms; centrally located; to gen-
tlemen and families; all conveniences: refer-
ences given: elevator.
Jir.o-11 ROOMS; near Third and Market; rent
* 52,1 National Agency.' 7>3'? Market St.
lIHMTIRK for sale.
TrT~of"th»r remaining furniture, carpets, cur-
Mm« etc of the Alexandria Hotel, removed
to "the lii'g store in Odd Fellows' building.
Market pt near Seventh, to be closed out at
once regardless of value; open evenings till 8.
TVPE^TRY Brussels carpets, laid and lined.
We .Eastern Outfitting Co., 1810 Stockton st.
4' ROOMS furnished In oak for $4860, with No.
7 range: King Furniture Co.. 1127-1131 Market.
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.
selling good upright pianos for $«
cash end $6 per month, we ask you to investi-
gate ami approve this method; prices are the
same as if purchased for all cash; bargains
in good second-hand uprights upon same easy
payments and some good pianos for $3, $4 and
$6 per month. SHERMAN, CLAY & CO.,
Btelnway dealers, ; corner Kearny and Sutter
sts., Snn Francisco, and Thirteenth and
Broadway, Oakland. /
ABSOLUTELY the oldest and largest house
west of Chicago, is KOHLER & CHASE'S.
26. 2S and 30 O'Farrell et . ; 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
customer.-
-sss— ELEGANT ciano for sale on $5 install-
ments; cost $400. Call 1115 Post st.
R. A. DANIELS is now with BYRON
MAUZY, 30S to 312 Post St.
A— UPRIGHTS, $69 up; installments. $5 75 up;
rents. $2 up (allowed on sale). Heine. 136 Ellis.
A NEW nickering and 3 Steinways. KeefCe's,
1019 Van Ness, or. Geary; tel. Larkln 706.
BARGAINS— big lot pianos put on
sale cheap. Wilson's Storage Rooms. 1710 Mkt.
A— sBs-; UPRIGHT piano In fine condition; also
the famous Hornung Bros. 216 McAllister st.
SOHMER. Byron Mauzy and other pianos. 308
Post st.
W. G. BADGER, 415 Sacramento st., agent for
Francis Bacon and Hallett & Davis pianos.
BARGAIN— Good upright cheap. SCHMITZ. 16
McAllister St.. next Hlbernia- Bank.
KNABE pianos: new scale; new styles. KOH-
LER & CHASE, 30 O'Farrell st.
SUPERIOR violins, zithers, old and new. H.
MULLER, maker, repairer. 2 Latham place.
HORSES.
LADIES' spirited driving mare and hand-
made harness for sale cheap. Call after I
■ 5:30 p. m. at 64 Alpine St., San Francisco.
HORSE and wagon for sale; cheap. Corner
Pierce and Eddy Ms.. Maud S Stables.
JUST arrived, two carloads well-broken busi-
ness and work horses. Chase & Mendenhall,
successors Klllip & Co. : salesyard. 1732 Mkt.
25 HEAD of fine driving, carriage and draft
horses; 1100 to 1700 lbs.; 5 to 7 years old. Can
be seen at 1623 Powell St., near Union.
40 HORSES for sale: also wagons, buggies,
cart?, harness; Grand Arcade Horse Market.
827 Sixth St.: auction sales every Wednesday.
SULLIVAN & DOYLE. Auctioneers.
FOR sale — 40 hordes and mules at old Turk-st.
car stable. ISM Turk st.
WAGONS AND CARRIAGES.
100 PETP second-hand harness; wagons." carts,
buggies, surreys and horses. 1140 Folsom st.
"' _ EXPERT OPTICIANS
GEO. MAYERLE. German Expert Optician;
charter member American Association of Op-
ticians. 1071H Market St.. 6. P.: examlna-
tlon free; rpen evenings. '
MEDICAL.
A SURE, safe and speedy cure for all female
diseases; all those who are sick or discour-
aped should call on the doctor and state their
case before going elsewhere; they will find
In her a true friend; a home for patients,
with every comfort, convenience of a hospi-
tal and privacy of a home; consultation free
and confidential; home treatment, $5. No in-
struments used: satisfaction guaranteed or
money refunded, by MRS. DR. GWYER.
agent for Berlin Prescription Co.'s Infallible
pills 510 Eddy St.. bet.. Hyde and Larkin; of-
fice hours, 10 to 12. 2 to 4 and 7 to 8; Sun-
days. 4 to 8 p. m. . . 'A'
A TREATMENT that restores instantly all
cases of monthly Irregularities (from what-
ever cause), safe and sure; relief guaranteed
at any time when others have failed; travel-
ers helped Instantly and can return home the
Fame day: no Instruments used; cure at office.
$5: home in confinement: skillful medical at-
tention; all can save time and expense by con-
sulting the doctor, free, before going else-
where. MRS. DR. WYETH. 942 Post St.. bet.
Hyde and Larkln; hours, 10 to 5 and 7 to 8
p.m. : Sunday, 10 to 12 and 2 to 4 p. m.
AILMENTS peculiar to women, also obstetrics;
latest methods; strict antiseptic precautions:
ladles near and far see DRS. GOODWIN free;
well known, reliable, safe and sure; cure in
24 hours guaranteed; any time; maternity
home: best medical attendance; pills, $1; cure,
$5. 1362 Market, bet. 7th-Bth; tel. Howard 421.
This well-knownt ladles' physician will leave
for Europe May 25, In order to gain knowledge
which Is to be derived at that central point
of medicines, for the benefit or her many pat-
rons on her return In August.
ALL ladles— C only Dr. and Mrs. M. Davles,
true friends of all Invalids, men and women;
60 years' practice; safe and quick cure guar-
anteed: any disease or Irregularity; disgrace
avoided; kind sympathy afcd aid: sure relief.
though else fall; delicacy, privacy, home,
etc.; babies adopted; travelers treated: no de-
lay self-cure sent; call or write; free; confi-
dential. MRS. M. DA VIES. 1228 Market St.
pills. $1: very strong. $2.
A TREATMENT that restores Instantly all
cases of monthly Irregularities from whatever
cause: positively no instruments used; guar-
anteed cure at office, $5; travelers helped In-
stantly: consultation free and confidential;
home for patients; comfort and privacy.
MRS. DR. KOHL. 1122 Market St.. between
Mason and Taylor; office hours, 9 to 5 and 7
to 8 p. m.; Sunday, 10 a. m. to 4 p. m.
IMPORTANT— A great progress In medical sci-
ence for female troubles, from whatever
cause; every woman her own physician, no
matter how long standing; travelers helped
at once: safe; call on a physician with men's
knowledge: cure. $6; restores In 1 day and
prevents disgrace; can be sent: consultation
free* ladles* physician, practice 87 years,
DR. POPPER. 318 Kearny st.
A— DR. O. W. O'DONNELL. world-renowned
female specialist, relieves monthly irregulari-
ties from whatever cause. Dr. O'Donnell has
treated successfully more cases of Irregulari-
ties than any other physician: never falls to
cure; consult him first, save time and money;
treatment can be used at home; consultation
free. Call or write. 1023H Market st.
PR WONG WOO, herb doctor: Chinese tea and
herb sanitarium. 764-7K6 Clay St., San Fran-
cisco; all diseases cured exclusively by Chi-
nese herbs over 3000 varieties being used:
advice frae; hours. 9:30 to 11 a. m.. 1 to 3
and 7 to 1 p. m.
Chichestar's English Pennyroyal Pills
(Diamond Brand), best. safe, reliable; take
no other; send 4c stamps for particulars:
"Relief, for Ladles"; letter by return mail: at
druggists, Chlchestcr Chrmlcal Co.. Phlla.
ALL married ladies know "Seguro." the great-
est boon to them. Richards & Co.. 406 Clay
»t • $1 50. Send 2c stamp for circulars to Se-
guro Mfg. '■"■ 531 X "'■■ Sacramento. c a i ._
ALPEAU'S French pills, a boon to ladles with
female troubles; no danger: safej^re; $2 50;
exnres«ed C. O. D. don't delay ufmi too late.
OSGOOD BROS.. Coast Agents, Oakland. Cal.
ALL female complaints cured In 24 hours; reli-
able safe sure; maternity home; no instru-
ments; consultation free, confidential: home
treatment, $5. DRS. ALLEN. 228 Van Ness.
MRS. DR. WEGENER, 1312 Golden Gate aye;
private home in confinement.
M and Mr.« Wise. 1118 Market st.— lnstant re-
lief for monthly troubles or money back;?:, up.
PR WONG HIM. herb doctor, treats all dis-
pases n't the human body. lit Mason st.
ALASKA^^N^ERJWISES- £
Navigation and" Trading Company
will dispatch their first vessel on or about
June 10, 1899. for St. Michael. Cape Nome and
Kotzebiie Sound. Contracts for passengers
and freight must be made with the general
office; no outside agents. For particulars
apply to CHAS. F. BLANDIN, • President. 10
California st., room 5. .•■.•■•'
THE SAN FKANCISCO CALL, TUESDAY, MAY 23, 1899.
PERSONALS.
PROP. MERGENS & CO.— Mineral baths; most
wonderful remedy for paralysis, rupture,
rheumatism, sore eyes, etc. 218 Eddy. Ist Uoor.
LEDERER'S Quintonica Is the only reliable
hair t..nic; keens the hair clean and glossy;
Ssc a bot. G. LEDERER. 123 Stockton St.
LEDEREH. the popular hairdresser, charges
but 2oc; this week he will offer all his $1 hair
switches at 75c; good quality and length. G.
LEDERER, 123 Stccktoh at.
ALL of the remaining furniture, carpets, cur-
tains etc , of the Alexandria Hotel, removed
to the big store in Odd Fellows' building.
Market st.. near Seventh, to be closed out at
once regardless of value; open evenings till 8.
PRIVATE Sanitarium— Surgical and medical
cases taken charge of for physicians, sur-
geons and private Individuals. 1316 Guerrero,
nr. 25th: Guerrero Bt. cars;- tel. Blue 9?1._
HOME for family where they can make thrir
own living. 30 Hannaih St.. Oakland.
SUMMER bambofTfurntture below cost to or-
dfer. K. YoSHITANI. 31" Sutter St.
JOHN i/. m » inf., Patent, Trademark
Attorney at Law, and Copyright
No. 4 Sutter st.. Law a Specialty.
San Francisco, Cal. American and Foreign
Send for Circular. Patents Solicited.
ELECTRIC lights in every room; Winchester
Hotel, 44 Third St.. near Market: 700 rooms;
Xio to $1 50 per ni^ht; $1 GO to $6 per week;
free 'buF and baggage to and from the ferry.
1000 ENVELOPES, billheads, carls, Doteheads
or statements printed, $1 50; send for sam-
ples. BLEV, printer, DU Sacramento St.;
phone Main 1836.
JOSEPH GREVKN'S terms for singing lessons:
Classes. £2. $3 and $5 monthly; single lessons.
$« 0 weekly); $10 (2 w.>; $15 (.3 w): $20 t4 w.)
_and $25 i every day a lesson). 1236 Market st.
T. BRILLIANT. 335-340 Post 7T7 will sell you
furniture, carpets, cloaks, dress goods, tallor-
made suits, etc., on very easy payments.
complete line ladi.-s' tailor-made suits; low
prices; easy caymi'nts. Eastern Outfitting
Co.. cloak and suit .lept.. 1201 Stockton st.
DR. CREELY'S Dog Hospital. 109 Elm aye.;
office. Horse Hospital. 510 Golden Gate aye.;
separate ward for contagious diseases.
SHORTHAND, typewriting and envelope ad-
dresslng. Apply room 400. Examiner building.
A— Ladles' or gent's clothing, furniture, bought,
sold: tel. Mint 937. JACOBS, 1023 Folsoni st.
A— CLOAKS, furs and suits at wholesale
prices. H. KRAMER. 2« Sansome st.
SUITS to order on easy Installments. L.
LEMOB, 1117 Market n , bet. 7th and Mh.
SUITS to order on installments at cash prices;
$1 a week. N. V. Tailoring Co.. no Kearny.
I RUPTURE, stricture cured; no knife; no Injec-
tion; guarantd. Dr.Gordin,6M Plne.ab. Kearny.
FOLDING bed- $8 50; bedrm sets $B:bed lounges
$4 50: open eve's. L. J. NEUMANN. 121 Sixth.
WANTED— OId gold for manulacng. O. Nolte.
.leml-r. 24^ o'Farrell. bet. Powell & Mason.
DRESSMAKERS.
REMOVED to 387 Geary Bt. ; dresses made. $5
up: perfect fit. MME. GOLDSTEIN.
SPIRITUALISM.
A— MRS. J. J. WHITNEY, trance test medium,
life reader; medical clairvoyant; treat all pri-
vate, chronic and obscure diseases; diagnosis
free: sittings. $L 232 Stockton st.
MEDIUMS" Protective Association meeting to-
night, Occidental Hall. SOS I^arkin st. ; Mrs.
Seal. Qriffln, Eberhardt; 10c; take elevator.
MME. FOUNG'S convincing t"st circle to-
night; 10c. 605 McAllister; come skeptics.
MRS. HARLAND, test circle to-day. 2 p. m.,
I p. in ; articles read. 10c. 12" Sixth M.
C V. MiI. LICK'S materializing trumpet seance,
8 p. m., 25c. 409 Leavenworth st.
CIRCLE to-night; Thursday, 2 p. m., 38c;
| readings, $1. 1124 Oak st. ; Steers.
I MF{S. S. SIEP, psychometrist; 11 to 5: 50c;
circles evenings except Sat., 10c. 1724 Market.
MRS. MBNA FRANCES, independent "Ate
writing medium. lIS Haight st.
VHS. Et-LIS, tests to all: Tueß.-Fri.. 2 p. m. ;
Mon., 8; 25c; sittings. $1. 233 Valencia st.
MRS H BAt'MAXX. th" well-known fortune
teller, has opened an office a t SIS O'Fftrrell.
CLAIRVOYANTS.
MME. SYLVESTER, the celebrated clairvoy-
ant, palmist and card reader, returned from
abroad, opened parlors at 112 Mason st.. near
Ellis: hours 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. ; open Sundays;
fee 23c: for ladle? only; card reading at pri-
vate entertainments.
| MME PORTER, wonderful clairvoyant and
I card reader; born with double veil and second
sight: diagnoses disease; full life reading; m-
. 50c; gents. Jl; sit.. $1 80. 12« Turk Et.
MYRTLE POTTI ■ ider and palmist.
Parlors 13 and 18, second floor. 865V4 Market
: -. \ v. GRANT, clairvoyant
: and palmist 12') Ellis st.. parlors 6 and 7.
BLANCHE DE CHAPPELLJS, clairvoyant and
card reading. 417 Bush st.. rooms 9 and 10.
MANDENA, clairvoyant, medium and
palmist; satisfaction or no pay. 2344 Sixth.
MISS GREEN, card reading and palmistry. 203
•. room 7.
MOREAU, the best medium and card
reader; 25c up. 73 Fourth St., near Mission.
Miss GRACE HAYS, card reader and mag-
nt-ti.-t. HOI Powell st., rooms 5 and 6.
Miss EVA SHELDON, celebrated card reader
from Portland. Or, 17 Grant aye., room 6.
I CLAIRVOYANT, card reader. 10c: ladies only,
543 Natoma St., bet. Sixth and Seventh.
MME. DR. THOMAS, renownc.i revealer, first
in her profession; never fails. 325 A Sutter st.
' MME. AUGUST. 1150 Mission St.; clairvoyant,
card reader and palmist; truth or no pay; 25c.
I MISS R. CLEVELAND, palmist and card
reader. 110 A Geary St., rooms 1 and 2.
; MRS. L. DEAN, fortune teller and palmist,
1065 Market st., room 2.
! mTss OLLIE LAKE returned, palmist and
enrd reader. US Grant aye. r. 15. second floor.
M~M~E. RAVEN A reads life fluently; business
advice; names given; 25c up. 6 Fourth st.
iHSS A FAURE, card reader and palmist. 405
Kearny St.. r. 34: French and English spoken.
MME. ETTA RALPH, palmist and pt.ychom-
etrlst: parlors 2 and 3, 955 Market st.
MME, STBILLE, cradle to grave; future hus-
bnnd's picture. 2f>c; Indies. ''14 o'F.wreM jt
PALMISTRY.
I MME. NEERGAARD, pupil of Count Bt. Qer.
main*. 61* Geary Bt.. above Jones; tel. Hyd»
2621; reading by mall, $1.
A— MME. BUbHNELL, the famous palmist.
916 Bush Bt.. between Taylor and Joney.
DENTISTS.
DR. T. S. HIGGINS' Dental Parlors.
Emma Spreckels bids., 927 Market Ft.
Painless extraction a specialty; Inferior
work done on the teeth Is always th» most
expensive; badly decayed and aching teeth
we carefully treat before they are filled or
crowned; pure gold fillings from $1; plates
from $5. We guarantee to fill sensitive teeth
without pain. Best materials used only.
j A NEW patent— See our new flesh-colored
plates; cannot be detected from the natural
Wth and gum; thin and strong: much su-
perior tn rubber; crown and bridge work;
teeth without plates our epeclalty; flexible
I lat's from $5: crowns. $3 50: fillings, 50c; all
work painless and warranted. CHICAGO
DENTAL PARLORS. 24 Hlxth St.
AT the~ELECTRO DENTAL CLINIC. 809 Mar^
ket st., cor. 4th. rm. 7, Flood bide., you can
have your extractions done painlessly, teeth
without plates our specialty, gold crowns,
$3 60 up; plates, extractions free, $4 50 up; of-
fice hours, 9a. m. to 10 p. m. : Sunday. 9to J
p m. G W. WILLIAMSON, M.D.. Mitnnger.
DR GEORGE W. LEEK. 20 OFarrell St.. ex-
tracts and fills teeth painlessly by his wonder-
ful secret method; crowns. $2: bridges, $4:
rubber or flexible plates. $3; received 8 first
prizes: no studente: guaranteed 12 years.
FULL set of teeth. $4: fillings. 25e up; gold
crowns, $3: gold bridges, $5 up; painless ex-
traction guaranteed: plates repaired. NEW
YORK DENTISTS, 969 Mission St.. cor. 6th.
VAN VROOM Dental Parlors; guaranteed
work: lowest prices; ten operators: open
evenings and Sundays. Sixth and Market.
Ml LT'DLUM HILL. 1443 Market St.. near
Eleventh: crowns, bridge work and fillings a
specialty; all work reasonable: gas jrlven.
A FULL set of teeth. $5; teeth witout plates a
specialty: liberal credit given. PERRY DEN-
TAL PARLORS. 8 Mason St.. corner Market.
NEW YORK dentist, »69 Mission St., corner
Sixth.
OHIO Dental Parlors— Filling. 50c up: crown*.
$S up: open eVgs. R5O Market, cor Stockton.
WET of teeth without a plate. DR. H. G.
YOT'NG IK4I Pr.lk st.
storage:.
PIERCE & TAYLOR, packing and storage of
furn. A H. H. goods. 735 Mkt.. tel. Black 311.
DON'T store In cellars. See O. M. JUDSON
& CO.. 1123 Howard St.: advances made.
PIERCE-RODOLPH Storage and Moving Co.
Office. 401 Post St., cor. Powell; tel. Main 5713.
CALA. Storage Warehouse, F. SMITH, prop.,
22 Mission: goods guarantee.!: tel flay 25.
OFFICES TO LET.
FOR rent— 6-room flat, suitable for physiolS^R
or dentist's offices: very central. 102 ft Sixth
St.; key in hat store.
HOUSES TO LET.
' fclPw^bsl'e??ir"i\^?s^^
3616 Sixteenth; 6 r... 16 509% Leav'w'th; 5 r. 16
1207 Sanchez; 5 r — 10 ■ 930 Guerrero; 6 r 10
650 Jessie; 8 r...... - 91625 Valencia; 7 r 20
232 Natoma; '3 r.... 9| 705 Ellis; 6 r.. ..25
A. M. SPECK & CO., 667 Market St.
A— ROOMS, bath; nice yard ; reduced to $14.
121 Silver st., between Third/and Fourth.
FINE sunny pleasant house, • 7 rooms, in per-
fect condition; 3886 Twenty-first St., near
Guerrero; very desirable home; electric cars;
low rent to good tenant. Key at corner.
GREENWICH, 902, NW. cor. of Taylor—
house of 7 rooms and bath; yard; basement;
sunny side; rent $25. . ' ' '
HOUSE, 7 rooms and bath; 9 Laskie St., be-
tween Eighth and Ninth, off Mission; rent
reasonable. MADISON & BURKE.
HOUSE hunting made easy with the printed
list you get from. BALDWIN & HOWELL,
10 Montgomery st. ' ■' ' "
LAGUNA 1717— House of 8 rooms, bath: base-
ment: yard; newly papered.
MINNA, 323 6 sunny rooms In good order;
key at 323. '
PINE 2623—5 sunny rooms, bath; large yard;
$18: water free. See owner 2 o'clock.
SEE the sunny 9-room house. 26 Franklin St.,
oft Market; "fine for renting rooms.
VERY pleasant sunny house; corner Twenty-
first and Guerrero sts.; 12 rooms; large gar-
den-lawn; flowers; stable; electric cars; low
rent to good tenant. Key at corner opposite.
VERY pleasant sunny house, 7 rooms, in per-
fect condition; 3388 Twenty-first st.. next to
corner Guerrero; electric cars; low rent to
good tenant. Key at corner.
FURNISHED HOUSES TO LET.
PAR-M^Y furnished house; modern convenl-
ences; 2533 Mission. Room 24, Flood building.
COTTAGES TO LET.
ARLINGTON 333— 3-room cottage; yard and
chicken-house; $5 month. San Mateo cars to
Thirty-fourth st. .
BAY-WINDOW cottage. 4 rooms. 1624 Devisa-
dero St.. near Sutter. ■
FINE cottages reduced from $15 to $12. A. M.
SPECK & CO.. <67 Market. , '
SUNNY cottage, 5 rooms, bath; stable; rent
$19. Box 663. Call office.
SUNNY cottages, 4 and 5 rooms; flat of 6 rooms,
bath: cheap. 1876 Fifteenth St., near Dolores.
FLATS TO LET.
FLAT" hunting made easy with the printed
list you get from BALDWIN & HOWELL.
10 Montgomery st.
LOWER -flat 5 rooms, reasonable; also house,
4 rooms and stable, cheap, to right parties.
820% Jessie St.. oft Ninth. . ■
LOWER fiat. 5 rooms, bath and yard; rent $13.
'1579 Turk st. .
MOST desirable new sunny 5-room flat and
bath. Chelsea place, off Bush St.. between
Stockton and Powell. -
NEAR City Hall, elegant top flat, 6 rooms,
bath; all latest Improvements. 12 Grove st.
NEW sunny modern flats, 1603 Broderick
St., 9 rooms; 1609 Broderlck St., 6 rooms; rents
reduced.
SUNNY flat of 5 rooms, bath; rent reasonable.
318 Capp st., bet. Eighteenth and Nineteenth.
TO let— New modern flat. Corner of San Jose
aye. and Twenty-ninth st. >_
TURK. 520B— Sunny flat. 4 roome; large base-
ment: rent $12; no children.
UPPER flat, 3 choice sunny rooms; pantry:
storeroom ; $12. 2419 Clay St.. near Flllmore.
2 NEW sunny flats. 5 rooms each: low rent;
stable with one. 3753 Twenty-fourth st.
2 NEW, gunny, modern flats. 1603 Broderick
St., 9 rooms; 1609 Broderick St., 6 rooms;
rents reduced. J. JACOBS.
4 NEW flats, 4 and 3 rooms and bath; ranges;
hot and cold water; linoleum; rent $6 and $10.
Box 716, Call office.
$10— LOWER flat. 4 sunny rooms. 27 Pearl St..
oft Market, near Valencia.
CORNER upper flat, 6 rooms and bath.
Apply grocery corner 24th and Florida sts.
FURNISHED FLATS.
' LOVELY furnished flat; fine marine -view. 1317
I .fit yen worth st. .
ROOMS FOR HOUSEKEEPING.
i BARTLETT, 322—2 or 3 sunny furnished house-
keeping rooms, complete; front room, alcove;
bath; garden; rent reasonable.
EDDY, 628— Parlor floor, 3 or 4 elegantly fur-
nished Bunny housekeeping rooms; bath; gas;
running water; nice neighborhood; reference.
ELLIS, 635, near Larkln— Nicely furnished front
alcove room, kitchen and bath: furnished for
light housekeeping; rent reasonable.
FIFTH. 322— Large sunny front housekeeping
room; complete; bath; private; $S. or 2, $10.
FIFTH, 353— Clean furnished housekpg.; pri-
vate; 3 connecting rooms, $13; single, $5 up.
FILLMORE, 2212, near Clay— 3 large sunny
unfurnished rooms: nice yard; water; $10.
GEARY, 596—2 or 3 connecting sunny front
rooms furnished for housekeeping. Apply bet.
10 and 4.
GEARY, 1917— $18; for adults; 4 comfortable
rooms and bath; 2 beds; 2 stoves, gas and
coal.
GOLDEN GATE aye.. 404—3 sunny rooms; gas;
bath; hot and cold water; newly furnished.
GOLDEN GATE aye., 1050—2 well-furnished
sunny rooms, suitable for light housekeeping;
gap stove; use of telephone. ■/; ;■-.■;.;
GUERRERO, 129. near Fourteenth— Housekeep-
ing rooms; reasonable.
I HAIGHT, 318. near Market— 3 fine unfurnished j
rooms; range; yard; good place for table
board.
HARRISON, 676— Parlor floor, 3 nice sunny
rooms, complete for housekeeping.
HAWTHORNE!, 172, near Harrison— 2 desirable
sunny housekeeping rooms; use of parlor;
reasonable.
| HOWARD, 640, nr. Sunny bay-window rms;
' also single; 25c, 75c night; $1, $2 50 week.
HOWARD. 106S— Nicely furnished sunny rooms,
! complete; all conveniences; $1 25 per week up.
JESSIE,. 478. near Sixth— Two furnished rooms;
housekeeping; also others.
MARKET, 2098—2 or 4 sunny furnished rooms;
reasonable.
MINNA, 111%— Furnished housekeeping bay-
window suite, with piano. $2 per week.
MINNA, 371, near Fifth— Furnished large front
room; American family; water; stove; closets.
MINNA, 646—2 or 3 nicely furnished sunny
rooms; complete for housekeeping; convenient.
MISSION, 827—2 large sunny rooms, all fur-
nished for housekeeping, $10.
MISSION, 1165— Housekeeping rooms; also base-
ment: furnished or unfurnished; single rooms;
reasonable.
MISSION, 2133—2 or 3 sunny connecting rooms;
housekeeeplng;* hath; cheap. ■ .'■
OAK, 31, corner Franklin— Large sunny front
rooms; suite qr single; complete for hkpg.
OCTAVIA, 1403, corner Geary— Sunny furnished
bay-window and kitchen; gas stove; $11.
POLK, 610 — 2 or 3 sunny housekeeping rooms;
gas range; private family. ■
SIXTH, 420— Bay-window housekeeping rooms,
.single and en suite; bath; reasonable.
SOUTH PARK, 12.'), near Bryant and Third-
Front alcove suite; also 1 single; $4 mo. up.
THIRD, 340,— furnished rooms; complete for
housekeeping; $150 week; also front, $1 75.
TWENTY-FIFTH, 3210. corner Folsom— Double
connecting bay-window parlors, furnished or
unfurnished; cheap.
UNFURNISHED— Large alcove parlor and
housekeeping rooms. 603 Eddy st.
VAN NESS, 400— Elegantly furnished corner
flat; 3 rooms and bath; gas range; NE. cor-
ner; reasonable to responsible parties.
VAN NESS aye.. 518— Front sunny rooms, suit-
able for light housekeeping; gas range.
2 LARGE sunny rooms, furnished complete for
housekeeping, 2 folding beds, one In kitchen,
one In bedroom, $10 per month, $2 75 per week:
furniture all new. Apply at shoe store, 562
Mission St., bet. First and Second sts.
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ARLINGTON House, 127 Kearny St.— Pleasant
sunny rooms en suite or single; first-class
: In every respect; terms reasonable. ■ .
AT Hotel Francisco, Turk and Taylor sts.—
Homelike house: 'modern service; elevator;
bath; rooms, 50c to $150 day. MRS. J. KIN.G^
AT 16 Stockton St., "The Pup"— fur-
nished rooms for gentlemen. '? ~. , :
ALMA, 441 Geary— Newly furnished sunny
rooms: suites $1 50 week and up; transient.
BOHEMIA, 239 Post— Sunny rooms and suits;
■ all conveniences; families and gentlemen;
elevator;- tourist; references. ' .
BUSH, 613— The Grenoble— Newly furnished
rooms, $8 up; suites, $15 up; Wellshach lights.
CARROLTON, .1206 Market— Sunny : corner fur-
nished and unfurnished rooms and offices.
CLAY, 1723, near Van Ness aye.— rooms, fur-
nlbhsdor unfurnished. . ■
CLIFFORD, 204 Ellis, cor. Mason— Elegantly
. furnished sunny rooms; prices reasonable. ..
DEVISADERO, 849, cor. McAllister— 3 or 4 yery
- desirable unfurnished rooms; electric light,
■'. gas. and bath, ./ji"- ' 'r ; >'--' ;:? v' • -"- '
ROOMS TO LET— Continued.
ELLIS, 595— Fine suite, $.18; also large front
room. $15; single. $6.
FOLSOM, 9098— A nice single room with or
without board, $15.
FRANKLIN, IS. near Market— Front sunny
bay-window alcove room; board optional;
bath; gas; also hall bedroom; reasonable.
GEARY. 14 A— Furnished rooms; double bed;
running water; first and second floors.
GEARY, 36%— The Clyde— Fine front suite;
first floor; single, front, $2 per weefc.
GRAND SOUTHERN, SE. corner Seventh and
Mission— Pleasant sunny rooms, en suite and
single; elevator; moderate rates; families.
GRANT aye., 309— Nicely furnished sunny bay-
window suites, single rooms; transient; reas.
HANCOCK House, 781 Mission— Select- family
rooming house; $1 50 to $6 per week. *
HAVES, 114 C —2 sunny unfurnished rooms to
let; cheap. '
HYDE, 204r-Sunny front rooms, suitable for 2
gentlemen or man and wife.
HYDE, 609— Nicely furnished parlor, folding
bed, gas and bath. $12; also housekeeping
suites complete.
LAGUNA, 1029, opposite Jefferson Square-
Large furnished room; bath and gas.
MCALLISTER, 635— Furnished rooms; centrally
located; private family.
MINNA, 667, corner Eighth— Newly furnished,
bay-window room, $1 per week; transient.
MISSION, 839— Large front room and kitchen,
complete for housekeeping, $3; furnished
rooms, $2.
MISSION, 1221— Elegrantly furnished front al-
cove, $16; also sunny connecting hkpg. roms.
O'FARRELL, 20— Sunny furnished rooms; ele-
vator; electric lights; day, week or month.
O'FARRELL, 271 — Elegant modern sunny
rooms. Bulte and single; convenient; reason-
able.
ROYAL House, 126 EHIs St.— lncandescent
light; reading room. Emoking room and
ladles' parlor: room per night, 35c to $1 50;
week, $2 to $8; month. $S to $30; elevator on
office floor: rooms with hot. cold wat.: baths.
SHERMAN Apartment House, 2S Eighth «..
near Market— Furnished and unfurnished.
SOUTH PARK. 80— Front and back parlor;
sunny side overlooking park; suitable for
gents.
THE WALDORF, 24 Fifth St.. near Market-
Select rooming house; telephone Mint 1792.
TI'RK. 629— Unfurnished front alcove room;
running water; two closets.
VAN NESS, 813 — One or more, furnished or not;
bath, gas, etc.; doctor's residence; desirable.
BOARDING AND ROOMS.
AT 415 First Bt.— Nicely furnished rooms, with
board, $4 a week up; Swedish home.
ELLIS. 577— Neatly furnished sunny suite.; also
single rooms with board; reasonable.
MASON, 517— Nicely furnished rooms, with or
without board; hot and cold water baths.
CALIFORNIA 807. "The Bingham "—Calif oral*
■nd Powell-fit, cars: neatly fur.; home comfts.
O'FARRELL, 74J— Pleasant sunny rooms; grooJ
home cooking; single, $25; double. $20.
Po\\ KLL. Suit (Waldorf)— Beautifully furnished
mites and plngle ro,o s; excellent board.
THE Longworth. 522 Oeary— Sunny front suite
eleirpntly furnished; single rms.: table board.
CHILDRE?. BOARDED.
WOULD like children to board In family of
arlults. Address box 715, Call office.
GOOD home for children, $8; Infants. $10 per
mn 21" Lexlneton aye.. near Nineteenth st.
RESTAURANTS.
WINCHESTER Hotel, dining-room and restau-
rant, 44-58-68 Third St.; take elevators; French
dinners. 26c; also a la carte; tel. Red 2951.
WESTERFELDT'S Restaurant, coffee and ice
cream parlor. 1035 Market st. : popular prices.
STORES TO LET.
MEW stores, with 2 living rooms and basement;
on Seventh °t.. near Mission. '
MONEY TO LOAN.
LOANS on furniture or pianos in S. F., Oak-
land or Alameda at lowest rates, without
removal; no commission; no delays. J.
NOONAN. 1017 to 1022 Mission St., above
Sixth; telephone South 14.
ANY amount at 64 per cent on real estate. 3d
and 2d mortgages, estates, real estate in pro-
bate: mortgages and legacies bought: no de-
lay. R. McCOLGAN. 24 Montgomery, rm. 8.
HIGHLY respectable and private place to ob-
tain liberal advances on diamonds and j.w-
elry at the lowest rates. Baldwin Jewelry
Store. S4U Market St.; telephone Main 1644.
ANY amount by private party on furniture and
pianos: no removal; low rates; confidential.
BONELLI. Conservatory bldg., 130 Powell st.
REAL estate. 6 per cent: 2d mortg., chattels,
undlv'd int'ts. etc. Harper & Kreiger. 312 Ex-
aminer building.
MONEY loaned salaried people on their notes
without Indorser. TOUSLEY, 592 Parrott bldg.
AT Nevada Loan Office, 214 Grant aye. — Money
loaned on diamonds, jewelry and clothing.
STRAIGHT tip: go where you can save Inter-
est. Cut Rate Loan Office, 22 Mason st.
IF your property is mortgaged and you need
more money see H. MURPHY. 630 Market.
ON furniture, pianos, without removal: no com-
misslon; private. LH'K. W McAllister.
MONEY WASTED.
$10,500— WANTED; 3 years. 6 per cent: private
parties; on business property. B<-x 601, Call.
PROPOSALS.
PROPOSALS for Supplies of Hardware, Drugs,
Lunilx-r, etc., for Fire Department.
( iflice of the Clerk of the Board of Super-
visors of the City and County of San Fran-
cisco, May 23, 1899.
In accordance with Resolution No. 2633
(Fourth Series) of the Board of Supervisors.
SEALED PROPOSALS will be received In
open session of the Board of Supervisors on
Mi INDAY AFTERNOON, June 5, 1599, from
2:30 to 3 o'clock, for furnishing supplies for
u^ of the Fire Department, from July 1,
1899, to June 30, 1901. In" accordance with
schedule, embracing drugs, ironwurk, hard-
ware, general supplies, paints, paint brushes,
oils and lumber, prepared by the Committee
on Ftre Department of the Board of Supervis-
ors on file In this office, copies of which may
be obtained at the office of the Clerk of the
Hoard of Supervisors, on second floor, City
Hall.
NOTlCE— Bidders will estimate separately
for each article enumerated, as per denomi-
nation, with the distinct understanding that
the lowest and best bid for each article re-
quired will be accepted, and that in every in-
stance no bid except from persons or firms
who are regular recognized dealers In the
articles enumerated and bid upon will be re-
ceived. Also, all articles and supplies shall
be of the same kind, quality acd texture as
per samples kept and stored In the Corpora-
tion Yard of the Fire Department, at No. 50
Sacramento street. Also the rlpht is reserved
that the Chief. Engineer of the Fire Depart-
ment, by and with the consent of the Com-
mittee on Fire Department of the Board of
Supervisors, shall have power to purchase
any or all of the supplies, required, at the
market rates, at the expense of the party
to whom any contract may be awarded to
furnish the name, If, upon the requisition of
the officers named, the party falls or omits
to furnish the quantUy or quality of the sup-
plies designated, which, under contract, he
may be required to furnish. Also, all article^
and supplies furnished to be subject to the
approval of the Chief Engineer of the Fire
Department, the Board of Fire Commission-
ers and the Committee on Fire Department of
the Board of Supervisors, whose decision shall
be final and conclusive as to the reception
or rejection of any or all of the articles or
supplies offered.
The party or parties to whom each one of
the contracts may be awarded will be re-
quired, prior to or at the time of the execu-
te n of said contracts, to pay the cost of nd-
vertjsing this notice in three daily news-
papers, and each successful bidder to also
pay the cost of the publication in the offi-
cial newspaper of the Resolution awarding
him bis contract. Each article awarded to
be charged with' its iiru rata of the cost of
advertising this notice.
In order to preserve uniformity and to fa-
cilitate the award the Hoard has resolved to
receive no bids unless made upon blank forms
prepared by the Committee, and a certified
check on some bank in th* City and County
of San Francisco for the sum of five hundred
($500) dollars, In favor of and made payable
to the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors.
must be deposited by the bidder, with his
bid conditioned if the proposal is accepted
and' the contract awarded; and if the bidder
shall fail or neglect to pay the printing
chnrges, execute the contract and give the.
bond requireil within six days after the
award is made, then and in that case the
said sum shall be iiaiil into the City an.l
County Treasury by said Clerk as liquidated
damages for such failure and neglect.
Blanks furnished by the Clerk.
The Board reserves the right to reject all
bids if the public good so require.
JNO. A. RUSSELL, Clerk.
OFFICE of C. Q. M.. Vancouver Barracks,
Wash.. May I. IS99— Sealed proposals, in trip-
licate, will he received here until 11 a. m.,
May 31 1899, and then opened, for the con-
struction of the following Holdings at Fort
Stevens, Oregon: 2 barracks. 3 double sets of
officers' quarters, administration building. Q.
M. stable, N. C. O. quarters, bakehouse, hos-
pital, hospital steward's quarters, workshop,
Q. M. and subsistence storehouse. Information
furnished at this office. V. S. reserves right
to reject or accept any or aH proposals or any
part thereof. Envelopes containing proposals
should be marked: "Proposals for Construc-
tion of Buildings at Fort Stevens, Oregon,"
and addressed to undersigned. J. W. JACOBS.
C. Q. M.
CITY REAL. ESTATE.
POOR MAN'S CHANCE. j
$1050. Terms, $450 cash; old fashioned house
containing six rooms and high basement; | •
.Third aye, bet. Point Lobos and Clement; I
size of lot, 35x70; get permit from office to
inspect. F. A. McNALLY & CO., 19 Mont-
gomery st. '■'■'-
$3000 CASH— Reduced from ?4500; 50- foot lot;
northwest corner of Twenty-third and Dolores
sts.; 2-story building, store and flat; a big
buy; will sell at above figure if sold within
10 days. GEORGE B. M. GRAY, owner, 464
Ninth St., Oakland.
$3600 HOUSE, 11 rooms. 2 baths, in 3 flats, in
good repair; newly painted; on Leavenworth
st. 926 Washington st.
IF your property is mortgaged and you need ]
more money see H. MURPHY, 630 Market st.
FOR "sale or exchange; corner lot; 75x56:3;
house: $5500. G. W. H. PATTERSON CO.,
1706 Market St. ". ■
IF you have lots north of Golden Gate P^irk.
west of First aye., and you wish to sell,
then call on W. J. OUNN, 410 Montgomery st.
IF your property is mortgaged and you need
more money see H. MURPHY, 630 Market st. ]
$2800— HOUSE, 3 flats, 12 rooms, near Sixteenth
and Valencia sts. GEO. W. CHAPIN, 11
Montgomery st. -i'".* ■-
$10 MONTHLY will buy you a new 4-room
j cottage near Holly Park: near Misslcn elec-
tric cars; save paying rent.
IF your property Is mortgaged and you need
more money Bee H. MURPHY. 630 Market st.
COUNTRY REAL ESTATE.
Accommodations for a family of 3
adults and 7 children for the summer within
2 hours' ride of San Francisco; will need 4 or
6 bedrooms and bath; private farm or home
preferred; will pay liberally for good quar-
ters and table. Address box 634, Call office.
FOR sale, — Charming summer residence
and large grounds on Cowlchan Lake, Van-
couver i.-iund; unexcelled salmon and trout
fishing and hunting; owner leaving country.
Apply to JAS. ROBERTSON, Duncans, Van-
couver Island. .
$900— PART cash; chicken ranch of 7 acres; on
main road from Petaluma; level land; every- j
thing complete: growing .crop and several
hundred white leghorn pullets; a bargain on
account of other business. For further par-
ticulars address P. O. box 16, Cotati, Sonoma
County, Cal.
LA GUN A DE TACHE— T ~~ ~~~~
60,000 acres finest land in Fresno County now
being subdivided; for sale In small tracts
after May 25; $25 to $40 per acre; small cash
payments: easy terms to actual settlers; low
interest; best chance In the State to buy good
land at low price. Send for descriptive cir-
culars. NARES & SAUNDERS. Fresno, Cal.
NEW rich land near city; small and large
tracts; ."150 acres sold to 120 families; 7500
acres left. For particulars of immense crops
raised in dry season- of 1897-98 address THE
COCATT CO.. 302 California St.. S. F.
$5 TO $30 and acre; list free; crops sure. M.
GRIFFIN. Cottonwood. Shasta County. Cal.
FRUIT, grain and stock farms.
W. P. HOLCOM & CO., 20 Montgomery st.
$500—75x100: HOUSE, barn and well at Colma.
'"'. C. FISHER. 624 Market st.
PROPERTY TO EXCHANGE.
EXCHANGE— SISOO ' stock merchandise; want
real estate. .Address Owner, 317 Page st.
EXCHANGE cash or land for my home; S-room
house, etc.; 3 acres; 8 miles from Oakland;
cheap; owner leaving: cost $1800. CAPTAIN
A. JENKINS. North Temescal.
YOUR property or business. Call or write Pa-
■* clfic Coast Exchange, 1007% Market St., near
Sixth
OAKLAND ADVERTISEMENTS^
OFFICE— 9OB BROADWAY.
OAKUM) REAL, ESTATE.
$25 CASH, $5 60 monthly till paid for; a new
3- room cottage; high basement; lot 60x256
feet: price all told $425: Westall Tract, in
tropical Frultvale, adjoining East Oakland;
rich soil; grand view; superb climate; no cold
winds nor foes here; electric cars and a 90-
-foot wide boulevard near; not far from a fine
S-story schoolhouse; there are quite a number
of S. F. merchants now located In this sec-
tion. Call or send for circular to 455 Seventh
St., near corner Broadway. Oakland; carriage
free. H. Z. JONES, Owner.
: A SNAP AND OTHER SNAPS^ '
SOxlOO; street macadamized; new 4-room and I
bath cottage: $1300.
25x100; East Eleventh St.; 6-room cottage;
i near station: $1300.
100x100: on Jackson St.: 12-room house: a fine
home; $12,000: would exchange for ranch. Call
1 to 2 p. m.. C. P. KERN. 1010 Broadway, Oak-
land.
MAGNIFICENT new house; modern: up to
.date; 9 rooms: lot 50x200; 2 blocks from San
Francisco local: all sunny, nice rooms; price
reduced to $3500 last week: photo in office.
Address owner, E. E. BUNCE, 908 Broadway,.
Oakland. *•
HOUSES to let: send for a list: also sale bar-
gains E• E. BUNCE. 90S Broadway, Oakland.
5-ROOM house: bath: near trains; also 8
lots cheap. 962 Third St.. Oakland.
TO LET.
MODERN 3-story house, 12 rooms. In perfect
condition: 2 years' lease if desired: rent $40
with water. 537 Eighteenth St., near San
Pablo aye. Oakland.
OAKLAND FURNITURE FOR v\l,tt.
AN introduction to you from H. Schellhaas. the
furniture dealer nth nnii Franklin. Oakland
BERKELEY REAL. ESTATE.
WE offer very desirable lots handy to electric
cars and local station for only $450; same on
paved street. $550: only $20 down and $10
monthly: will lend money to build homes.
We offer a modern 9-room house on large
lot, ' paved street, close to University and
Berkeley station, for $3650. O. G. MAY & CO..
2123 Center st. j
ALAMEDA ADVERTISEMENTS.
ALAMF.OA RRAI, ESTATE.
FOR — On account of sickness, florist and
j nursery stock, greenhouse and heating ap-
paratus: doing business of $15 to $25 a day: or
will exchange for real estate across the bay.
. Apply MX) Haight st. *
THE finest water front property in Alameda for
sale at a great bargain. E. D. JUDD & CO.,
1424 Park st. ".. -
ALAMEDA ROOMS AND BOARD.
HOME for ladles In delicate health: large
grounds: private. MRS. FUNKE. 1416 Bth »t.
i lIAYWARDS REAL ESTATE.
HAYWARDS PROPERTY.
4 1-3 acres fine land, house, barn, ■ well, some
fruit; price: ......$l6OO
10 acres, house, barn, well, part fruit 3500
21%-acre chicken ranch, buildings 900
6 acres, some fruit, no buildings 700
400-acre stock ranch ....$2O per acre
200 acres, buildings, plenty wood and water,
fenced and croßs-fenced; owner made from
this place $2500 last year; price only — $7000
7 - For full particulars and description call on i
P. WILBERT, Castro st., near B, Hay- |
wards. Cal.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
NOTICE to Creditors— Superior Court, City and
. County of San Francisco. State of California-
Estate of CHARLES ADOLPH MULLER, de-
ceased. Notice Is hereby given by the under-
• signed administrator- of the v : estate of
CHARLES ADOLPH MULLER. deceased, to
the creditors of and all persons having claims
against said deceased, to exhibit them with
• the necessary vouchers within four months
after the first publication of this notfee to the
said administrator at the office of George T. j
Wright Esq., room 8, tenth floor. Mills build-
ing. in said city and county, which said 'office
the undersigned selects as his place of busi-
ness in all matters connected with said estate.
HENRY MULLER.
Administrator of the Estate of CHARLES
ADOLPH MULLER, Deceased.
Dated May 23. 1899. ■ ?,:•;:
K. K. TAYLOR. Attorney for Estate.
MARRIAGE LICENSES.
'Marriage licenses have been issued as follows:
P. E. Anderson and Gertrude E. Sahleng.. 26-21
Charles Schlesinger and Sophia D0erf1er.... 33-30
John W. Phafer and Augusta F. Burns 26-21
Walter A. Terry and Ida E. Hay 26-26
John S. Owen and Josephine M. ,Shaw 50-42
Aaron Cohen and Maria A. Ignaclus :. 33-27
George Halleck and Laura C. Brott 40-47
BIRTHS— MARRIAGES—
Birth, marriage and death notices sent by
mail 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.
BORN.
BURNS— In this city. May 20, 1899, to the wife
of William J. Burns, a daughter.
FRIEDMAN— In this city. May 22. 1899, to the
wife of .Withold Friedman, a son
MILLERICK— this city, to the wife of John
F. Millerick. a daughter.
ORTION— In this city. May 19, 1899. to the wife
■ of A. Ortloni a daughter. ■
MARRIED. ~™
GOLDSMITH— In this city. May 21, |
1599, by the Rev. E. G. Mathena. D.D., Ber-
thold Goldsmith of Petaluma, Cal.. and Mary
Maude Arnold of Santa Rosa.
rANEfe— DOANE— In this city, May 20," 1899, by
the. Rev. Dr.. Stebbins. John E. Janes and
Jeannette S. Doan'e. ■
H DIED.
Brislan, John J. -.. Jeffery, Edwin L.
Bloch. Pauline • King, Keziah
Curlen. Genevieve Lang ford. George F.
Dillon, Anastasia McCarthy. John
Doherty, Michael . McGowan. Mathew
Driver. Thomas ■ McKelvey, Rosanna
Flsk, G. Herbert Maher, Mary
Flint. Emma P. O'Niell. Edward
Getchell, Mary F. Parke. :».ober.t ,'■ ■' :t
Hinsberg, Charles Riordan, Eugene F.
Holbrook. James W. . Sauret, Rosalie
Horan, Thomas Swift. James F. ;
BRISLAN— In this city. May 21. 189% John J.,
beloved son of Mrs. James Brislan, a native
of West Troy, N. Y.
C" Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral this day
(Tuesday), at 1 o'clock, from his late resi-
dence. 511 Florida street, i between Marlposa
and Eighteenth, thence to St. Charles Borro-
meo Church, Eighteenth and Shotwell streets,
for services at 1:30 o'clock. Interment Holy
Cross Cemetery.
BLOCH-In this city. May 21. 1899. Pauline,
dearly beloved wife of Ellis Bloch. mother of
Melanie Bloch. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A.
Mierson of Placerville. Cal.. and sister of
Bernard, Max, Sol. James and Millie Mier-
son. a native of Placerville. Cal.. aged 34
years 1 month and 10 days.
(TTFriends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral thir day
(Tuesday), at 10 o'clock, from her late resi-
dence. 514 Devisadero street. Interment
Home of Peace Cemetery by 11:30 o'clock
train from Third and Townserid streets.
CURIEN— In this city. May 22. 1899. Genevieve.
beloved wife of the late Jean Baptiste Curlen,
mother of Emil, Stanislas and Philbert
Curien, and sister of the late Jean Baptist*
Gassmann and Mrs. Ursule "U entzel. Mrs.
Marie Hlrsinger, Joseph Gassmann,. ,'nspphlne
Gassmann and Mrs. Blchoff. . a native of
Übers, Alsace, aged 6S years 9 months and 16
days
[T^Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Wednesday), at 2 o'clock, from her late
residence, 20 Folsom avenue, off Folsom
street, between Seventh and Eighth. Inter-
ment Odd Fellows' Cemetery.
DILLON— In this city, May 21, 1899, Anastasia.
beloved wife of the late James Dillon, and
mother of Margaret and James Dillon, a na-
tive of Ireland. •
ICFriends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Wednesday), at 9 o'clock, from her late resi-
dence, 1518 Mason street, thence to St. Fran-
cis Church, where a high requiem mass will
be celebrated for the repose of her soul, com-
mencing at 9:30 o'clock. Interment Holy
Cross Cemetery.
DOHERTY— In this city, May 21. 1899. Michael
Doherty, a native of Ireland, aged 73 years.
DRIVER— In Berkeley, May 21, 1899, Thomas
Driver, beloved father of Mrs. Robert
Burcher, Mrs! T. N. Noble, Mrs. S. Shields.
Mrs. S. Ward and Edward. Nicholas and
West Driver, a native of Canada, aged 78
.-years.
(CTFriends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral this day
(Tuesday), at 2 o'clock, from the residence of
his daughter, Mrs. T. N. Noble, corner of
Sixth and Rose streets, West Berkeley. In-
terment Mountain View Cemetery, Oakland.
FISK— In Oakland, May 20, 1899, G. Herbert,
beloved husband of Belle Flsk. only son of
G. R. and Louisa Fisk, and brother of label
Fisk. a native of Bet-ton, aged 37 years. (Bos-
ton and New York papers please copy.)
(ETFriends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral this day
(Tuesday), at 11 o'clock, from the funeral
parlors of James Taylor. 520 Thirteenth street.
! Interment private, in San Francisco.
FLINT— In Oakland. May 22. 1899, Emma P.,
Wife of Edward P. Flint, a native of Pennsyl-
v ania, aged 63 years.
GETCHELL— Midway. Alameda County,
May 19. 1899, Mary F.. beloved wife of James
T. Getchell, and mother of E. M. Walsh. F.
J. Getchell and Mrs. Annie M. Kerrison. a
native of Rockland, Me., aged 69 years and 7
months. (Oakland papers please copy.)
IC?"Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral this day
(Tuesday), at 2:30 o'clock, from the residence
of her son-in-law, Robert J. Kerrison. 32
Pearl street, off Market, near Thirteenth.
HINSBERG— In this city. May 22. 1899, Charles,
dearly beloved husband of Sophie Coburn
Hlnsberg, and beloved father of Helene. Theo-
dore and Margarethe Hinaberg, a native of
Treves. Germany, aged 49 years and 2 months.
IC^Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Wednesday), at 2 o'clock, from the parlors
of H. F. Suhr A Co.. 1209 Mission street,
near Eighth. Interment Laurel Hill Ceme-
tery.
HOLBROOK— In this city, at Ocean View. May
20. 1899, James W.. beloved son of James M.
. and Lizzie J. Holbrook, and brother of Wal-
ter, George and the late Angelina Holbrook,
a native of San Francisco, aged IS years and
4 months.
(TTFriends and ncquairttancps are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral this day
(Tuesday), at 2 o'clock, from the residence
of his parents, 3064 San Jose road. Ocean
View. Interment Cypress Lawn Cemetery by
electric funeral car.
HORAN— In this city. May 21. 1899, Thomas.
beloved husband of Mary Horan. and father
of Thomas J. Horan, Mrs. Hugh Gallagher
and the late Mary and Maggie Horan. a na-
tive of County Roscommon, Ireland, aged 68
years.
(CFFriends are respectfully invited to at-
tend the funeral this day (Tuesday), at 8:30
o'clock, from his late residence 550 Bryant
street, between Third and Fourth, thence to
St. Rose's Church, where, a requiem high
mass will be celebrated for the repose of his
soul at 9 o'clock. Interment Holy Cross
Cemetery.
JEFFERY— In this city, May 22. 1899', Edwin
L. Jeffery. a native of Niagara County, New
York, aged 47 years.
KING— Niles, May 20, 1899, Keziah, beloved
wife of James King, and mother of D. W.
Kintr. a native of New Jersey, aged 79 years.
|T*FThe funeral services will take place
this day (Tuesday), at 10 o'clock, from th»
parlors r.f Halsted & Co., 946 Mission street.
Interment private.
LANGFORD— In Golden Gate, May 20, 1899.
George Frank, beloved son of George H. and
Isabel Langford, and brother of Ethel L. and
AlmaA. Langford. a native of San Francisco,
aged 22 years and 7 months.
(CFFriends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral services
this, day (Tuesday), at 2 o'clock, at Golden
j Gate Baptist Church, southwest corner of
Park street and Central avenue. Golden Gate.
Interment Mountain View Cemetery.
MCCARTHY— In the City and County Hospital.
May 22.5J599. John McCarthy, a native of Ire-
land, aged 40 years.
McGOWAN— In this city. Mathew. beloved hus-
band of Jane McGowan, and beloved father
of John E. McGowan, a native of County
Sligo. Ireland, aged 75 years.
CTFriends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Wednesday), at 10 o'clock, from the mortu-
M-y chapel of the Golden Gate Undertaking
Company, 2429 Mission street, near Twenty-
first, thence, to St. Paul's Church, where serv-
■ Ices will be held s at 10:30 o'clock. Interment
Mount Calvary Cemetery.
McKELVEY— In this city. May 22, 1899. Ro-
sanna, youngest and dearly beloved daughter
of Samuel and Annie B. McKelvey. and sis-
ter of Mathilda 8., John J. and Samuel A.
McKelvey, a native of San Francisco, aged
■ 4 years 8 months and 18 days. \
MAHER— the ■ City and County Hospital,
May 21. 1899, Mary Maher, a native of Ire-
land, aged 55 years.
O'NIELL— In Oakland. May 22, 1899, Edward,
beloved son of Edward and Mary O'Niell. and
brother of William and .Minnie O'Niell. a na-
tive of Oakland, aged 10 years 11 months and
22 days.
E7Friends and acquaintances are respect-
" fully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Wednesday), at 1:30 o'clock. from the
parents' residence, 526 Henry street, thence to
St. Patrick's Church, where services will be
held, commencing at 2 o'clock. Interment St.
Mary's Cemetery, Oakland.
PARKE— Golden Gate. May 22. 1899, Robert,
husband of Ellen Parke, and father
of Mrs. K. V. Kllnkner, a native of County
Meath. Ireland, aged 73 years and 22 days.
ITTNotice of funeral hereafter.
RIORDAN— In this city. May 21, 1599, Eugene
F. Rlordan; beloved brother of J. E.. J. F.
and W. M. Rlordan. Mrs. McDonald. Mrs.
Meyers and Lena Riordan, a native of San
Francisco, aged 2S wears.
Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral this day
(Tuesday), at 1:46 o'clock, from the parlors
jof J. C. O'Connor & Co.. 767 Mission street,
thence to St. Patrick's Church for services.
Interment Mount Calvary Cemetery.
SAURET— Louis, i beloved husband of Rosalie
Sauret, and brother ot John and Marius
Sauret, a native of St. Bonnet, Hautes Alpes,
France, aged 24 years and 5 days.
C7"Postponed funeral will take place this
day (Tuesday), at 2 o'clock, from the receiv-
ing vault at Laurel Hill Cemetery. Friends
and acquaintances are respectfully Invited to
attend.
SWlFT— Entered into rest May 20, U99, James
Flitcroft. beloved husband of the late Anna
V Swift, and father of Catherine V., Lionel
and the late William E. Swift, a native of
Berry. England, aged 70 ears and 21 days.
Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral services
this day (Tuesday), at 1:30 o'clock, at Ma-
sonic Temple, corner of PoEt and Montgomery
streets, under the auspices of California
Lodge No. 1. F. and A. M. Remains at the
parlors of N. Gray & Co., 641 Sacramento
street. ■ ; ; ___.
HENRY J. GALLAGHER CO..
(Successors to Flanagan & Gallagher),
FUNERAL, DIRECTORS AND EMBALMSBa,
10 Fifth St.. oppogli* Lincoln School.
TkUDhon* South Ml
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