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A— s3oo; BRANCH Bakery In the Mission; 4
living rooms; rent $20; a good paying place;
clears about $100 per month. 11. G. WILKE.
906 Market st.
A— $1000; PARTNER wanted In detective
agency; the oldest and best established bu-
reau in this city. Call R. G. WILKE, MM
w Market st.
i\.— Ss.'*; SALOON' doing a good business; Mar-
ket and Seventh H*. ; rent $40; a bargain. R.
G. WILKE. 906 Market St.
.V — ?50<i; SALOOX, doing a first-class business;
estab. years: 50 feet from Call bldg.; account
of sickness. Particulars R. G. Wllke, BOS Mkt.
A-$1600; CORNER grocery and bar: living ;
rms. : one-half block from inland's Brewery; i
daily receipts about $16; cash trade only; a
rare chance. Call R. G. WILKE, 906 Market. '
$450— [RANCH bakery and stationery store In j
the Mission; living rooms; rent $1S; average
daily receipts $10. call R. G. WILKE, SOS
Market st.
5200— CORNER saloon: rent S3:>; California and '
Market sts. R. G. WILKE., 906 Market st.
$200— Restaurant; dally receipts $20; rent,
$21. Call R. O. WILKE, MM Market st.
JISOO— SALOON and merchants' lunch house
among wholesale st res; bargain: sickness of
owner cause of sale. Mi L.AUGHLIN & CO.,
777 Market st.
51*5— BARBER shop; 5 . hairs; laundry agency.
Mclaughlin & co.. 777 Market st.
A— $1500; GROCERY and bar; centrally located;
sacrifice to-day. COWING & CO., 995 Market.
BUTCHER shop; great sacrifice. Call to-day.
COWING & CO.. 995 Market st. .
i2oo— SALOON; north Market; doing good busi-
ness: owner sick; must sell. JONES & CO.,
Sta Market st.
GOLD mil • for sale: milling $2 50 and, 315 per
ton; sulphates $41 60 to $SOO«J per ton; sulphates
3 per cent: ledge 207 feet wide, 2000 feet backs:
free wood and water. Particulars box 754. Call.
HOME bakery and delicatessen store: good rea-
sons for s.-lling; receipts S7«.H> to $SOO per
month; tjood ; lace tor man and wife. In-
quire at Call office.
SHOEMAKER with family can buy good shoe
, epairlng place on installments. 4102 Nine-
, : ;enth St., near Castro.
J2"o— PARTNER wanted In established busi-
ness; 2 places to look after; plenty of work;
no experience; trial given. 286 O'Farrell st.
SALOON— S2OO; 10 living rooms; good place;
owner going to mines; afternoon. 1940 Market.
LOT of furniture, bedding and crockery cheap.
Apply at 227 San Carlos aye.
I HAVE lots of persimmons but my pole Is
too short to reach them: $500 or more will
enable me to do so: assist me and I will
make you a fortune; a legitimate enterprise.
Box 749, Call office.
ONE-HALF interest in an old-established
fruit and produce store centrally located;
good reasons for telling. Address box 751,
Call office.
$550— RESTAURANT and II rooms: successful
operation by present owner 6 years; sicknesa
only. C. WILLMOTT. 916 Market st.
GOOD-PAYING stationery store: fine location.
WELCH, 321 Sansome st.
FOR sale— Delicacy and dairy produce busi-
ness; a good place for mnn and wife; will
be sold at a sacrifice. Box 740, Call.
GOOD- PAYING transfer corner cigar store
for sale cheap; good reasons given for sell-
Ing. 764 San Jose aye.
$2-V>— PARTNER wanted In established busi-
ness; two places to look after; plenty of
work;no experience; trial given. 265 O Farrell.
A SACRIFICE— OM-established fruit store;
-...i chance. 130 sth, nr. Mission; no agents.
BKST business Investment In city for $100; new
patented article; practical and meritorious.
1045 Mission st., room 3.
SALOON and 6-room lodging-house, completely
furnished, for sale. SO Jackson st.
'^ TO tended Eastern purchasers of profitable
' orchards, legitimate exchanges, first mort-
gap- loans and for further information from
a Santa Clara Valley Orchard Agency of
California write to box 7ii. Call office.
GOOD location for fruit store or butcher shop:
rent reasonable. 290 Third aye., near Clement
st. : take Sutro car.
FOR SALE— A good blacksmith shop, for $500;
wish to retire from business. Box 636, Call.
PARTNER with some capital wanted to manu-
facture combination door mat, patented.
CHAP. KUHN. Fruitvale. Cal.
FINE store fixtures and showcase; 5 living
rooms; suitable branch bakery and notions.
284S Folsom.
A FIRST-CLASS saloon on East ft., nr. Mar-
ket: on account of til health; at LANE &
CONNELLY'S. ?'>* Market st.
COFFEE and tea route* supplied from QEO.
W. CASWELL & CO. 'B. 415 Sacramento at. j
KOUTE en this paper for sale. Apply this
CHEAPEST and best In America— The Weekly
Call, 16 pages, sent to any address in the
United States or Canada one year for 31,
postage raid.
W^lN^TOx'&^Co7riW6 Market st.
17 rooms; rent $50; near Tlvoli 1860
24 rooms: rent $.1">: reduced to 450
45 rooms; rent $75: Market st 1050
•i 0 rooms: rent $50; part cash 550
FURXIPH up a lodging house from Alexan-
dria Hotel furniture. DAVIS A: CO.. 1111
Market St.. Odd Fellows' building. Market
st . near Seventh; come quick. ,
I6o'i — 12- ROOM lodging house; newly and mod-
ornly furnished; well equipped dining room.
J Api "27 Mission st.
SOLID oak sets, chiffoniers, curtains, chairs,
everything from Alexandria Hotel, In big
store in Odd Fellows' building. 1111 Market
st., near Seventh. DAVIS & CO.
.MTU RE and carpets. Apply at 16054
Jones st.
TAPESTRY, Brussels carpets, laid and lined,
50c. Eastern Outfitting Co., 1310 Stockton st.
4 ROOMS furnished in oak for $4S 50, with No.
7 range. King Furniture Co.. 1127-1131 Market.
JUST arrived, two carloads well-broken busi-
ness and work horses. Chase & Mendenhall.
successors Klllip & Co.; ealesyard, 1732 Mkt.
40 HORSES for sale; also wagons, buggies,
carts, harness: Grand Arcade Horse Market,
817 Sixth Ft. : auction sales every Wednesday.
BULLIVAN * DOYLE, Auctioneers.
FOR sale — 40 horses and mules at old Turk-st.
car stables. 1301 Turk st.
100 SETS tecond-hand harness; wagons, carts,
buggies, surreys and horses. 1140 Folsom st.
BOILERS, engines, 2d-hand machinery. Mc-
rNTOSH & WOLFMAN, 195-197 Fremont st.
NEW '-drawer White sewing machine; all at-
tachments; no reasonable offer refused. 19404
Market st.
S'.'7 50— SINGER -e-patchlng machine and
fettee. 106 Ninth Bt.
BARS, 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 St.,
above Sixth.
» St. Germain Hart Co., 409 Market St.; all
A, styles, new and 2d-hand tables, bar fixtures,
supplies; best beer pumps; cheap; lnstallmts.
LADY called Into mourning will sell a gray
cloth suit reasonable; can be seen at 531 Sut-
ter si O'NEILr.. & THOMPSON.
A 14-KARAT gold tern-Winding American, $25;
_ worth $60. ■■':.:. HARRIS. 15 Grant aye.
DRKSS pants, S2 95: fine suits. $9 .-: Misfit Cloth-
ing Parlors. *,13 Montgomr-ry. cor.Commerclal.
A NICE diamond stud for 39 at UNCLE HAR-
RIS , v Grant aye.
FOR sale— Cheap; bakery and notion store. 909
Bryant st.
I CHEST of carpenter tools cheap: suitable for
ranch. Apply 1959 Fifteenth st.
COMBINED punch and shears medium siM
screw cutting lathe^JHs Mission st.
GASOLINE engines I h "p"" »00, ■■ !,. p. $125, I
h. p. $150. 4 h. p. $175. Smith Co.. .127 Mission.
A— s3 50 DERBY and Fedora hats $1 75."i Popu-
lar Price Hatters. 830 Kearnj st., near Pine
SECOND-HAND machinery, scrap iron arid
metals bought. S. F. I. V.. 204 Mission st
LAUNDRY plant, complete; boiler engine etc"
WHITE'S, 816 Mission Bt. "K'ne. etc.
BOILERS, engines, second-hand machinery
ASHMAN & BURKE, 139 Beale St. " ! "' r> -
J shw '-a:' p s. shelving, i
bought, sold and exchanged. 1063 Mission st!
SAFES- All sizes, now and second-hand Till.'
HERMANN SAFE CO.. 417 Sacramento st.
POLYPHONE. $35: attachment (only) $l 5" r will
tit phono or graphophone. Bacigalupl, 933 Mkt.
SAFES— Bargains In new and nd hand all
sizes; half original 'ecst. 109-111 Market. 3. F.
'52 MONTHLY, rented: repaired, bought, sold
/-■machine supplies. 145 Sixth; phone Mint 45.
AUTOMATIC. Domestic, Singer, White cheap;
repairing guaranteed. 1915 Mission, nr. 15th.
ALL kinds bought sold, exchanged, rented; re-
pairing at lowest rates. 205 Fourth st.
DOCTOR who is leaving for Europe on June 1
would take charge of invalid during the pas- j
sage. Address Doctor, 427 Emma Spreckels |
bid;:. '.'-7 Market st.
SOLID oak sets, chiffoniers, curtains, chairs,
everything from Alexandria Hotel, in big
store in Odd Fellows' building. 1111 Market
st., near Seventh. DAVIS & CO.
LADIES' tailor-made suits, $1 week. Chicago
Clock Co., ISI4 Market st. Open evenings.
CEMETERY fences; best work: lowest prices.
DOUGLAS. Central aye.. bet. Bush and Pine.
LEDERER'S Qulntonlca Is the only reliable
hair tonic; keeps the hair clean and glossy;
35c a Dot. G. LEDERER. 123 Stockton St.
LEDERER. the popular hairdresser, charges |
but 25c; this week he will offer all his $1 hair '■
switches at 75c; good quality and length. G. !
LEDERER. 123 Btockl n st.
PRIVATE Sanitarium— Surgical and medical
cases taken charge of for physicians, sur-
geons and private Individuals. 1316 Guerrero,
nr. 2f,th; Guerrero st. cars: tel. Blue 991.
SUMMER bamboo furniture below cost to or-,
der. K. YOSHITANI. 313 Sutter st.
JOHN L. BOONE, Patent, Trademark
Attorney at Law, and Copyright
No. 4 Sutter St., Law a Specialty.
San Francisco. Cal. American and Foreign
S. nd for Circular. Patents Solicited.
ELECTRIC lights in every room: Winchester
Hotel, 44 Third St.. near Market: 700 rooms;
25c to $1 50 Der night; $1 50 to $"5 per week;
free 'bus and baggage to and from, the ferry.
; 1000 ENVELOPES, billheads, cards, noteheads
or statements printed. $150; send for sam-
ples. BLEY, printer, oil Sacramento st. ;.
phone Main 1536.
T. BRILLIANT, 338-340 Post St.. will sell you
furniture, carpets, cloaks, dress goods, tailor-
made suits, etc., on very easy payments.
' COMPLETE line ladies' tailor-made suits; low i
prices; easy payments. Eastern Outfitting
Co., cloak and suit dept.. 1306 Stockton St.
j DR (HKKI.YS Dog Hospital, 109 Elm aye. ; j
office, Horse Hospital. 510 Golden Gate aye.;
separate ward for contagious diseases. j
SHORTHAND, typewriting and envelope ad- j
dressing. Apply room 400, Examiner building.
A— Ladies' or gent's clothing, furniture, bought,
sold; tel. Mint 897. JACOBS. 1023 Folsom st.
i CLOAKS, furs and suits at wholesale
I prices. H. KRAMER. 20 Sansome st.
SUITS to order on easy installments. L.
LEMOS, 1117 Market Ft., bet. 7th and Bth.
SUITS to order on installments at cash prices;
$1 a week. N. Y. Tailoring Co.. 115 Kearny.
RUPTURE, stricture cured: no knife; no injec-
i tion; guarantd. Dr.Gordin,sl4 Plne.ab.Kearny.
FOLDING beds J v 50; bedrm sets $B; bed lounges
$4 50; open eve's. L. J. NEUMANN. 121 Sixth.
WANTED— gold for manufacng.. O. Nolte. (
I Jeweler. 24S O'Farrell. bet. Powell & Mas
REMOVED to 887 Geary st.; dresses made, $5
up: perfect fit. MME. GOLDSTEIN.
Sl'lßlTl AI.ISM.
A— MRS. J. J. WHITNEY, trance test medium,
I life reader; medical clairvoyance; treat all pri-
vate, chronic and obscure diseases; diagnosis
free; sittings. $1. 232 Stockton st. j
j HENRY CRINDLE. slate writing and occult
telegraphy. 330 Ellis St., 10 to 5 o'clock; de-
veloping seance Saturday evening: 25c.
MOTHER SADIE seance to-day 12 o'clock;
50c. 409 Leaven worth st. __^
MRS. MANDENA. clairvoyant, medium and
palmist; satisfaction or no pay 234'? Sixth. i
MRS. S. SIEP, psychometrist: 11 to 5; 50c;
circles evenings except Sat.. 10c. 1724 Market.
MRS. MEXA FRANCES, independent slate-
writfng medium. lIS Halght st.
' MRS. ELLIS, tests to all'; Tues.-Fri., 2 p. m. ;
Mod . 8; 85c; sittings. $1. 233 Valencia st.
MRS. B. BAUMANN, the well-known fortune I
teller, has opened an office at 315 O'Farrell.
' 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 25c: for ladles only; card reading at pri-
vate entertainments.
MME. PORTER, wonderful clairvoyant and
card reader; born with double veil and sec- ,
ond sight; diagnoses disease; full life read-
ing: ladles, 50c; gents, $1 ; sit., $150. 126 Turk, i
MME. GORING, the powerful clairvoyant,
brings lovers together; settles domestic
troubles. 345 Fifth st.
MRS. L. DEAN, fortune teller and palmist.
1066 Market St., room 2.
YOUR future told by cards, 2. .c: Sunday hours,
7 to 10 p. m. 326 Larkln St., room 8.
MME. HANSON, palmist and card reader;
past, present and future; 25c. 148 6th, mi. 12.
MISS GREEN, card reading and palmistry. 203
Post st., room 7.
MISS TESSIE GRANT, returned, card reader
and palmist. 36% Geary st., rooms 1 and 3.
MRS. FRANKIE WILLLtMS has returned;
maun. list. 906 Market St., room 21.
MME. AUGUST, 1150 Mission st. ; clairvoyant,
card reader and palmist; truth or no pay; 25c.
; MISS MAY FOX, celebrated card reader. 304 i
Sutter ft.
JESSIE BURNETT, palmist and card reader,
removed to 865% Market St., rooms 8-9.
MYRTLE POTTER, card reader and palmist. j
Parlors 12 and 18, second floor, 565V4 Market. i
RETURNED— EDNA V. GRANT, clairvoyant
and palmist 120 Ellis St., parlors 6 and 7.
BLANCHE DE CHAPPELLE. clairvoyant and
card reading. 417 Bush 6t., rooms 9 and 10.
MME. MOREAU. the best medium and card
reader; 25c up. 73 Fourth St., near Mission.
MIPS GRACE HAYS, card reader and mag-
netlst, 207 Powell st., rooms 5 and 6.
CLAIRVOYANT, card reader. We; ladles only.
643 Natoma St., bet. Sixth and Seventh.
MME. DR. THOMAS, renowned reveaier, first
In her profession; never fails. 325 A Sutter st.
MISS R. CLEVELAND, palmist and card
reader. 110 A Geary st., rooms 1 and 2.
MRS. I. DEAN, fortune teller and palmist.
1065 Market St.. room 2.
MISS OLLIE LAKE returned, palmist and
card reader. lIS Grant aye, r. 15. second floor.
MME. RAVEN A reads life fluently; business
advice: names given; 25c up. 5 Fourth st.
MISS A. FAURE, card reader and palmist, 405
Kearny st.. r. 34; French and English spoken.
MME. ETTA RALPH, palmist and psychom-
etrist; parlors 2 and 3, 995 Market st.
MME. SYBILLE, cradle to grave; future hus-
band's picture, 25c; ladles. 914 O'Farrell st.
MMX NEERGAARD, pupil of Count St. Ger- j
maine. 618 Geary St., above Jones; tel. Hyde |
8621: reading by mall, $1.
YOUR- fate is in your hand; scientific palmis-
try. MMX. GERMAINE. jfe>6 Market St., r. 30.
A— MME. BUSHNELL, the famous palmist.
916 Bush Ft., between Taylor and Jones.
THE lady who found the fox terrier pup Thurs- j
day afternoon on San Jose aye., near Thir-
tieth St., return to J. WHITE, 207 Day St.,
and receive reward.
LOST— terrier; white body, black pars;
answers name of Guess. Reward at 30 Cali- j
fornia Market.
LOST or Bicycle, from entrance of Em-
porium. Reward at 208 13th st.; no questions.
LOST— Sutter or Polk St.. a gold army buckle I
monogram. If found please return GROVE '
P. AVERS. Holbrook, Merrill & Stetson. 235 '
Market st.
3 NOTES payable to MRS. RHODA GREEN. '
Finder please return or notify 1559 Broadway, ;
Oakland; reward.
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, 353-357 Tehama St.; tel. S. 40.
ADVANCE Carpet Cleaning Co., 402 Sutter st.;
tel. Main 394. GEO. WALCOM. Proprietor.
J McQUEEN'S California Carpet Cleaning Co..
'453 Stevenson Ft.; tel. South 218; lowest rates.
CARPETS cleaned at 3c per yard; laid at 3c.
STRATTON'B. 3. Eighth St. tel. Jessie 944.
j E MITCHELL Carpet Cleaning Co.. 240 14th '
'st.; cleaning 3c per yard; tel. Mission 74.
U. 8 Steam Carpet Cleaning Assn.. 308 Golden
Gate: carpets cleaned, 3c yd.; tel. Mint 346.
COXKLIX'S Carpet-beating Works. 333 Golden
Gate aye.: t»l. East 126.
NOTICE of dissolution of copartnership
tice Ih hereby given that WINFIELD H.
HENRY, formerly doing business as co- :
partners under the firm name and style of
DAVIS & HENRY, have dissolved such co-
partnership and the business heretofore done
by such firm will hereafter be conducted at
No. 215 Sansome st. by DAVIS & HENRY, an
Incorporated company. .
Dated February 2S. 1R99.
Fourth st.; 4 rooms; rent $10; water free.
Apply to G. H. UMBSEN & CO.
for sale very cheap for cash or on easy
terms, by C. S. CAPP & CO., Real Estate
Agents, 630 Market st.
HOUSE hunting made easy with the printed
list you get from BALDWIN & HOWELL.
10 Montgomery st.
HOWARD, 549— Lodging house, 37 rooms, $45;
or hotel, barroom, range, all house, $60.
THE most charming spot in the Mission; mag-
nificent view; delightful climate; fine large
grounds; flowers and lawn; NW. corner Guer-
rero and Twenty-first; electric cars; house of !
12 rooms in perfect condition: stable and car-
riage house; rent low to good tenant. Apply
to E. G. DENNISTON, 3454 Twenty-first st.,
near Guerrero, or 655 Mission St.; key at cor.
2 VERY pleasant sunny houses, 3386 and 33SS
Twenty-first St., near Guerrero; electric cars;
7 rooms, laundry, bath; in first-class condi-
tion; rent satisfactory to good tenant. Apply
to E. G. DENNISTON. 3454 Twenty-first St.,
or 655 Mission; key at corner.
CAPP, 614— Sunny 10-room house; will, rent for
3 months or longer.
PARTLY furnished house;- modern conv'ces;
'-'533 Mission. Apply room S. Flood building.
ARLINGTON, 333— 3-room cottage; yard and
chicken-house; $5 month. -San Mateo cars to
Thirty-fourth st.
DEVISADERO, 1413— Furnished cottage; rent
reasonable to good tenant.
SOMETHING new, inside and out; 630 Ninth
aye., north side park; fine location; street
wcrk dore; gas; sewer; water; 5 minutes'
walk from park museum.
SUNNY cottages, 4 and .'. rooms;flat of 6 rooms,
bath: Cheap. 1576 Fifteenth St.. near Dolores.
ELLIS, 595— Fine furnished flat, 4 rooms and i
bath; mod. conv'ces; $35. Apply 827 Mission, i
FLAT hunting made easy with the printed \
list you get from BALDWIN & HOWELL.
10 Montgomery st.
FLAT of 5 rooms; large yard; $10. 417 Green
LOWER flat, 4 rooms and bath; sanitary
plumbing. $13. 17 Ewing place, bet. Post and
Sutter, off Laguna.
NICE flat. 8 sunny rooms; all modern im-
provements; rent cheap. 3397 Sacramento st.
NINTH, 243— Modern bay-window flat, 4 rooms
and bath; $15. ''-_:-■.
SHARON, 88. bet. Fifteenth and Sixteenth,
Sanchez and Church— slB, new flat, five rooms
and bath, cellar, yard, stable for 2 horses.
SIXTH. SS6A Upper flat; 5 rooms, bath; front
and rear entrance; large yard; rent $12.
SIXTEENTH, near Howard— Nice, clean sunny
upper fiats; 7 rooms and bath; $16; repairs to I
suit. G. H. UMBSEN & CO., 14 Montgomery.
SUNNY 3-room flat. 416 Hyde St., between El-
lls and O'Farrell.
SUNNY upper fiat: 7 rooms, bath and large
yard; rent reasonable. 1013 Vi Filbert st.
THIRD, 415 A —Sunny ..at, 6 rooms. latest Im- j
provements, 2 front suites with bay windows. ,
TO let— Furnished flat of 6 rooms and bath;
reasonable. 1426 Leavenworth st.
UPPER flat, sunny corner; 5 rooms, bath and
yard; $10. 114 San Jose aye.
UPPER flat 3 cnoice sunny rooms; pantry;
storeroom; $12. 2419 Clay ft., near Flllmnr*.
$S 50— UPPER flat of 4 rooms; sunny side. 472
Linden aye., near Laguna and Hayes sts.
$9— HAVES, SS7 1 *; flat of 3 rooms; new plumb-
ing and separate yard.
Hfi-.VROOM upper Hat. 4140 Twentieth St.,
near Castro.
$13 50— SHIPLEY. 297 A, near Sixth; flat, 5 funny
rooms; bath: gas; yard.
$10— LOWER flat of 4 sunny rooms. 27 Pearl
st.. off Market, near Valencia. )
5 ROOM flat to let. 71 Clementina St.. near
Second; rent reasonable. '
6 ROOMS, $14: cottage, 4 rooms, $18. Key 623
Sernnd st.. corner Rincon aye.
LOVELY furnished flat; fine marine view. 1317
Leavenworth st. ■
,\_ 2 LARGE sunny rooms, furnished complete ;
for housekeeping, 2 folding beds, one In kitch-
en, one in bedroom, $10 per month, $2 75 per
week; furniture all new. Apply at shoe store,
562 Mission St., bet. First and Second sta.
CALIFORNIA, 719—2 rooms; good stove; also
other bedrooms suitable for gentlemen.
COMFORTABLE housekeeping room for lady;
sun all day; private. Apply 613 Laguna St.,
near Hayes; upstairs. _^^___
EDDY, 207— Nice large front room complete
for housekeeping; also others; gas; bath;
EDDY, 917—2 or 4 nicely furnished clean con-
necting: gas range; splendid location.
FOLSOM, 623— Parlor floor flat of 3 large rooms;
furnished complete for hskpg. ; use of piano.
GEARY, 1917— $18; for adults; 4 comfortable
rooms and bath; 2 beds: 2 stoves, gas and
coal. ___ _ - !
GOLDEN GATE aye., 404— Elegant parlor suite,
vacant after June 1; references^
GOLDEN GATE aye.. 1050—2 well-furnished
sunny rooms, suitable for light housekeeping;
pas stove; use of telephone.
HARRISON, 676— Parlor floor, 3 nice sunny
rooms, complete for housekeeping.
HAVES, 795—2 nicely furnished rooms for
.housekeeping; private family.
HICKORY aye., ISl— 2 large furnished house-
keeping rooms; rent $8.
HOWARD, 640. nr. Sunny bay-window rms;
also single; 25c, 75c night; $1. $2 50 week.
HOWARD, 988— Furnished front room for
housekeeping, $10 per month.
HOWARD Nicely furnished Bunny rooms.
complete; all conveniences; $1 25 per week up.
HYDE. 110—3 rooms, furnished for housekeep-
ing; also 2 In front basement.
KEARNY. 104—2 unfurnished rooms. $10; 3 fur-
nished rooms, $20.
LARKIN, 804 Large sunny back room, $6;
sunny bedroom and kitchen, furnished. $'■'.
MINNA, VIVA Furnished bay-window house-
keeping suite; $2 per week.
MINNA, 620^—2 sunny front housekeeping
rooms; rent $'.'.
MISSION, — Large front room and kitchen,
complete for housekeeping, $3.
MISSION 2133— Large front room, with small
kitchen. $9; also 3 large rooms; running
water; bath; cheap.
O'FARRELL, 589— 2 or 4 sunny furnished
rooms; housekeeping; gas; bath.
PINE 704— Front sunny suite, furnished; fold-
ing be.d; stove; running water; $12.
POLK, 610—2 or 3 sunny housekeeping rooms;
gas range; private family.
SIXTH, 108—2 sunny furnished rooms suitable
for light housekeeping.
SIXTH, 420— Bay-window housekeeping rooms,
single and en suite; bath; reasonable.
THIRD, 303— Nicely furnished rooms for house-
keeping. $1 SO week and up. ■
TURK, 405. corner Hyde — 4 connecting front
rms.. with good stoves; suitable 2 families.
TWELFTH, 40 — 2 or 3 rooms; furnished for
housekeeping: kitchen; $10 or $14.
TWENTY-SIXTH, 3307, near Mission—
pletely furnished large connecting front sunny
suites. $S to $11. ----?
ARLINGTON House, 127 Kearny st.— Pleasant
sunny rooms en suite or single; first-clasß
in every respect: terms reasonable.
AT Hotel Francisco, Turk and Taylor sts.—
Homelike house; modern service; elevator;
bath; rooms, (00 to $150 day. MRS. J. KING.
A— TAYLOR. 14!'. corner Eddy— Neatly furnish-
ed sunny front rooms, from $2 60 week up.
AT in Stockton St.. "The Pup"— Nicely fur-
nished rooms for gentlemen.
ALMA. 441 Geary— Newly furnished sunny
rooms: suites $1 SO week and up; transient.
BOHEMIA. 233 Post— Sunny rooms and suits;
all conveniences: families and gentlemen;
elevator; tourist; references.
BUSH, 613— The Grenoble— Newly furnished
rooms, $S up: suites, $15 up; Wellsbach lights.
CARROLTON, 1206 Market— Sunny corner fur-
nished and unfurnished rooms and offices.
CLIFFORD, 204 Ellis, cor. Mason-Elegantly
furnished sunny rooms; prices reasonable.
ELLIS, 695— Fine suite, $18; also large front
room, $15; single, $6.
GOLDEN GATE aye.. 727— Handsomely fur-
nished sunny front room; running water; pri-
vate family; reasonable.
GRAND SOUTHERN. SE. corner Seventh and
Mission — Pleasant sunny rooms, en suite and
single; elevator; moderate rates; families.
HANCOCK House. 781 Mission-Select family
rooming house; $160 to $6 per week. .
HARRISON. 784V4, nr. 4th— Finely furnished
sunny rms.; all conv'cs; quiet home; $1 wk.
ROOMS TO LET— Con tinned.
HOWARD, 829— Rooms from $1 week up; also
housekeeping and transients.
JESSIE, 162, near Palace— Nicely furnished
sunny double room. $1 50; single, $1.
JESSIE, 315V4, near Fourth— Several furnished
rooms in private family; newly furnished;
rent reasonable.
MCALLISTER, 635— Furnished rooms; centrally
located; private family.
MISSION, 1316 — Neatly furnished double rooms;
also 2 others unfurnished; sunny; adults pfd.
O'FARRELL. 20— bunny furnished rooms: ele-
vator; electric lights: day. week or month.
POST, 52:.— Single room for lady or gentleman;
cheap; call before 11 a. m. or after 5 p. m.
POWELL. 15, adjoining the Columbia Theater—
W.'ll-furnished quiet rooms; day, week or
ROYAL House. 126 Ellis st.— lncandescent
light: reading room, smoking room and
ladles' parlor; rooms, per night, 35c to $1 50;
week, $2 to $S; month. $8 to $30; elevator on
office floor; rooms with hot. cold wat.; baths.
SHERMAN Apartment House. 2* Eighth St.,
near Market— Furnished and unfurnished.
TAYLOR, 112— Nicely furnished sunny suites;
also sunny single rooms; from $2 to $5 a week.
THE WALDORF. 24 Fifth St.. near Markel-
Select rooming house; telephone Mint 1792.
THIRD, 119 (The Oaks) New first-class up-to-
date rooming house; is now open.
AT 415 First st— Nicely furnished rooms, with
board, $4 a week up; Swedish home.
BARTLETT, 102, corner 22d— Front sunny bay-
window room, running water, with board.
ELLIS, 618 — Board and room with running
Water; for 2. $16 each.
GEARY. 721 — Handsomely furnished rooms In
private family; good board: reasonable; rets.
U'KAKRDI.L. Til 1 F'!en.-ant sunny ro 018; good
home cooking; single. $25; double, $20.
POWELL. 309 (Hotel Waldi rf). facing Union j
sq.— Furnished suites and single rooms; In
business locality for table boarders.
THE Longworth. 522 Geary— Sunny front suite
elegantly furnished: single rms.; table b r >ard.
1 OR - children to board, and room for par-
ents. 4?H Minna St.
GOOD home for children, $S; infants, $10 p^r
mo 210 Lexinston avp.. near Nineteenth st
WINCHESTER Hotel, dining-room and re*;au-
rant. 44-58-68 Third St.; take elevators; French
dinners, 26c; also .-i la carte; tel. Red 8851.
WESTERFELDT'S Restaurant, coffee and Ice
cream parlor. 1035 Market st.; popular prices.
3 NEW stores with 2 rooms back of each, cor-
ner Seventh and Minna sts. by JOHN
PFORR. Agent, 403 Pine St.
SIXTH. f.3s Store and 3 rooms; large yard;
rear entrance; rent $10.
UEO. MAYERLE, German Expert Optician;
charter member American Association of Op-
ticians. IOTi I - Market st.. S. F. ; examina-
tion free; open evenings.
A SURE, and speedy cure for all female
diseases: all those who are sick or discour-
aged should call on the doctor and state their
case tefore going elsewhere; they will find
in her a true friend; a home fur 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 euaranleed or
money refunded, by MRS. DR. GWYER,
agent for Berlin Prescription Co.'s infallible
pills, 510 Eddy St., bet. Hyde and Lcrkin; of-
fice hours. 10 to 12, 2 to 4 and 7 to b; Sun-
.days, 4 to 8 p. m.
A TREATMENT that restores instantly all ,
cases of monthly irregularities (from what-
ever cauFe). safe and sure; relief guaranteed
at any time when otherE have failed; travel-
ers helped instantly and can return home the
same 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 Larkin; hours, 10 to 6 and 7 to 8
p. m.; Sunday, 10 to 12 and 2 to 4 p. m.
ALL ladles— C only Dr. and Mrs. M. Davles,
true friends of all invalids, men and women:
R0 years' practice; snfe and quick cure guar-
anteed; any disease or irresrularlty; disgrace
avoided: kind sympathy and 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. MRP. 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 curp 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. ; Sundays. 10 a. m. to 4 p. m.
IMPORTANT— A great progress In medicaj sci-
ence for female troubles, from whatever
cause; every woman hpr own physician, no
matter how long standing: travelers helped
at once: safe; cal! on a physician with men's
knowledge: cure, $5; restores in 1 day and
prevents disgrace: can be sent: consultation
free; ladles' phvsiclan, practice 37 years.
DR. POPPER. 818 Kearny st.
A— DR. G. W. O'DONNELL. world-renowned
female specialist, relieves monthly irrpitulnri-
tles. 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 u^ed at home; consultation
free. Call or write. 1023^ Market st
DR. WONG WOO, herb doctor: Chinese tea and
herb sanitarium, 764-76" Clay st., Pan Fran-
cisco: all diseases cured exclusively by t "hi -
nese herbs, over 3000 varieties being used;
advice free: hours, 9:30 to 11 a. m.. 1 to 3
and 7 to 9 p. m.
ALL married ladies know "Seguro." the great-
est boon to them. Richards & Co., 40(1 Clay
•• t. ; $1 SO. Send 2c stamp for rlrculnrs to Se-
suro Mfg. Co., 531 X St., Sacramento. Cal.
ALPSAtT'S Frenrh pills, a boon to ladies with
female troubles; no danger: safe cure: $2 50,
expressed C O. D. : don't delay until 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. $'. DRP. ALLEN, 228 Van Ness.
MRS. DR. WEOENER. 1312 Golden Gate aye.;
private home in confinement.
DR. nnd Mrs. Wise. 1118 Market St.— lnstant re-
lief for monthly troubles or money baek;sS up.
DR WONG HIM. herb doctor, treats all dls-
pascp of the humnn body. 11* Mason st.
AS we are selling good upright pianos for $6
cash and $6 per month, we ask you to Investi-
gate and approve this method; pjices are the
same as If purchased for all cash; bargains
In good second-hand uprights upon some easy
payments and some good pianos for f3, $4 and
$5 per month. SHERMAN. CLAY & CO..
Steinway dealers, corner Kearny and Sutter
Kts,, San Francisco, and Thirteenth and
Broadway, Oakland.
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
I'IANO, furniture, billiard table, etc.; must be
SOld P. D. Q. DAVIS, 1111 Market et., near
Seventh, Odd Fellows' building.
FOR pale— Upright Steinway piano in good or-
der; also Caligraph typewriter No. 3. 1900
Vallejo ft.
AT f. 17 McAllister a family must sell $i>iO up-
right regardless of cost.
OUR specialty Is renting new pianos; $2 50 per
mo. Scott-Curtaz Piano Co., 560 Hayes st.
A FINE piano for practice, $50. Room 12, Flood
bulldlnc. Fourth and Market Kts.
$55^ELEGANT piano for sale on $5 InstalN
ments; cost $400. Call 1115 Post st.
R. A . DANIELS Is now with BYRON
MAUZY, 308 to 312 Post st.
A— UPRIGHTS, *69 up; installments, $5 75 up:
rents, $2 up (allowed on sale). Heine, 136 Ellis.
A NEW Chlckering and 3 Steinways. Keeffe's,
1019 Van Ness, nr. Geary; tel. Larkin 706.
BARGAINS Another Ms lot pianos p'U 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 Hallet & Davis planoß.
BARGAIN— Good upright cheap. SCHMITZ, 16
McAllister st., next Hibernia Bank.
KNABE pianos; new scale; new styles. KOH-
LER & CHASE. 30 OFarrell at.
SUPERIOR violins, zithers, old and new. H.
MULLER, maker, repairer, 2 Latham place.
DR C. C. O'DONNELL, office and residence^
102114 Market St., bet. 6ta and 7tn.
ENGINEERING School, civil and mining; as-
saying, blowpipe anal., chemistry, geol., min-
eralogy, surveying, math., cyanide method.
ELECTRICAL— Theory and practice, con-
struction, mechanical drawing, mathematics,
BUSlNESS— Bookkeeping, business practice,
shorthand, typing, languages, English; 24
teachers, day and evening; catalogue free.
AYRES' Business College, 723 Market st. ;
shorthand, typing, bookkeeping, telegraphy,
penmanship, English branches,, etc.; life
scholarship. $?0; low rates per week and mo.
MERCANTILE College, room 60, Flood build-
ing, S. H. TARR, Principal; pupils fitted
for all office work; course in bookkeeping;
rapid calculations unequaled; short tirre.
ACCOUNTANTS and reporters as teachers;
Ellis system; sunny rooms; low rates; day,
even. San Francisco Bus. College, 1236 Mkt.
ENGINEERING School, civil, electrical, min-
ing, mech. survey, assay, archi.: day & eve.;
est. 1564. VAN DER NAILLEN, 933 Market.
LAW Schools, 927 Market, S. F., and 905 Broad-
way, Oakland; day and night; corresponde'i-e.
PRIVATE academy of dancing; waltzing a
spei laity, miss jean huddy. 6a Hjde.
"EXPANSION" the order at DURHAM'S Bus-
iness College. 30" Larkin st., opp. City Hall.
A WEEK'S news for 5 cents— The Weekly Call.
16 pages. In wrapper, for mailing. $1 per year.
DEWEY Navigation and Trading Company
will dispatch their first vessel on or about
June 10, 1599, for St. Michael, Cape Nome and
Kotzebue Sound. Contracts for passengers
and freight must be made wJth the general
office; no outside agents. For particulars
apply to CHAS. F. BLANDIN. President. 10
California St.. room 5.
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., May 27. 1599-Sealed
proposals. In triplicate, will be received here
until 12 o'clock m.. Monday, June 26, 1899. and
then opened, for furnishing, during fiscal year
ending June 30, 1900, oats and hay, to be deliv-
ered on board of vessels at wharves in San
Francisco, CaL, for shipment to Honolulu, H.
I. Government reserves right to reject or ac-
cept any or all bids or any part thereof. Pref-
erence given to articles of American produc-
tion, conditions of price and quality (includ-
ing in the price of foreign productions the
duty thereon) being equal, and such prefer-
ence given to articles of American production
produced on the Pacific Coaot, to extent of
consumption required by the public service
there. AH information furnished on applica-
tion to undersigned. Envelopes containing
bids to he indorsed "Proposals for
ut Sun Francisco, Cal.," and addressed to J.
jr. MARSHALL, Deputy Quartermaster Gen-
eral, V. S. A., Chief yuartermaster.
IMPROVEMENT of San Luis Oblspo harbor.
Cal.— United states Engineer's office, Laugh-
lin building. Los Angeles. Cal.. May 27. 1899.
Sealed proposals for continuing construction
of breakwater at pan Luis Obispo harbor,
Cal., will he received here until 11 a. m..
June 27, 1599. and then publicly opened. In-
formation furnished on application. JAMES
J. MKYLKJt, Captain Engineers.
PROPOSALS for Supplies of Hardware, Drugs,
Lumber, etc., for Fire Department.
Office of the Clerk of the Board of Super-
visors of the City and County of San Fran-
cisco, May 23, 1699.
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
MONDAY AFTERNOON, June 5, 1599, from
2:30 to 3 o'clock, for furnishing supplies for
use of the Fire Department, from July 1,
1M. I ., to June 30, 1901. in accordance with
schedule, embracing drugs, ironwork, hard-
ware, general supplies, paints, paint brushes,
oils and lumber, prepared by the Committee
on Fire 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
Board of Supervisors, on second floor, City
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 and texture as
per samples kept and stored in the Corpora-
tion Yurd of the Fire Department, at No. 50
Sacramento street. Also the right 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
ti whom any contract may be awarded to
furnish the same. if. upon the requisition of
the officers named, the party falls or omits
to furnish the quantity or quality of the sup-
plies designated, which, under contract, he
may be required to furnish. Also, all articles
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
bupplies 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-
tlrn of said contracts, to pay the coßt of ad-
vertising 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 his contract. Each article awarded to
be charged with its pro rata of the cost of
advertising this notice.
In order to preserve uniformity and to fa-
cilitate the award the Board has resolved to
receive no bids unless made upon blank forms
prepared by the Committee, and a certified
check on some bank in the 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
charges, execute the contract and give the
bond required within six days after the
award is made, then and In that case the
said sum shall be paid Into the City and
County Treasury by said Clerk as liquidated
damages for such failure and neglect.
Blanks furnished by the Clerk.
The Board reserve? the right to reject all
bids if the public good so require.
SEALED PROPOSALS will be received at
the office of the Clerk at State Prison, SAN
QUENTIN, until 10:30 a. m. SATURDAY,
10TH DAY OF JUNE. 1899,
And at the office of the Clerk at State Prison',
FOLSOM, until 9:30 a. m. SATURDAY,
17TH DAY OF JUNE. 1899.
At which times and places they will be
opened in presence of bidders, for furnishing
and delivering supplies for said prisons, con-
Flstlng of subsistence stores, forage, fuel,
clothing, medicines, lime, cement and other
staple supplies, from July 1, 1599. to June SO,
1900. inclusive, on conditions as per printed
Schedule, which will be furnished upon ap-
plication at either of the above offices.
No bid will be considered unless made upon
said schedules, nor unless accompanied by
the certified check therein required, nor from
any other parties than bona flip dealers in
the classes of articles to be furnished. Each
bidder must accompany his hid with a certi-
fied check upon some well-known and re-
sponsible banking house for at least 10 per
cent of the amount, payable to R. M. Fitz-
gerald, President of the Board, of his bid,
conditioned that the bidder will enter into a
contract upon notice of acceptance as re-
quired by law.
Bids for either prison must be marked sepa-
rately. All payment? made on contracts will
be paid In cash or Controller's warrants.
Bidders will carefully follow the conditions
of the schedules.
The Board reserves the right tp reject any
or all bids as the public Interest may re-
quire, and to order any quantity over or under
amount specified.
R. M. FITZGERALD. President.
J. V. ELLIS. Clerk.
SAN FRANCISCO. Cal.. April 29. IS99— Sealed
proposals. In triplicate, will be received here,
and at office of Quartermaster, ur.til 11 o'clock
a. m., Monday. May 29. 1599, and then cpened,
for furnishing, during fiscal year commencing
July 1. 1599. forage and straw for San Diego
Barracks, Cal.; also at tame time, at this
office only, for forage and straw for Alcatraz
Island. Angel Island, Fort Baker. Benicla
Barracks, Fort Mason, Presidio of San Fran-
cisco, and Ran Francisco. Cal. Government
reserves right to reject or accept any or all
bids, or any part thereof. Preference given
to articles of American production, conditions
of price and quality (Including in the price of
foreign productions the duty thereon) being
equal, nnd such preference given to articles
of American production produced on the Pa-
cific Coast, to extent of consumption required
by the public service there. All information
furnished on application to Quartermaster at
San Diego Barracks or to undersigned. En-
velopes containing bids to b indorsed "Pro-
posals for Forage nnd Straw," and addressed
to said Quartermaster, or to J. M. MAR-
SHALL. Deputy Quartermaster General. U.
8. A.. Chief Quartermaster.
Proposals for Hardware, plumbers' mate-
rials, lumber, paints, oils, etc., furniture,
fuel, stovepipe, stationery. library books.
physical, chemical and other apparatus and
supplies, printing, lithographing, etc.— Sealed
proposals will be received by the Superin-
tendent of Common Schools in open session
of the Board of Education, on Wednesday,
May 31. 1899, at S:3O o'clock p. m.. for fur-
nishing the School Department of this city
and county during the fiscal year 1890-lyfO
with hardware, plumbers' materials, lumber,
paints, oils, etc., furniture, fuel, stovepipe,
stationery, library books, etc., and for do-
Ing the printing and lithographing required
during the said fiscal year, in accordance
with specifications at the office of the Board
of Education. City Hall.
The parties to whom contracts are award-
ed will he required, prior to or at the time
of execution of the contracts, to pay their
proportion of the cost of advertising.
J. A. SIMPSON, Secretary.
U. S. ENGINEER office. Flood building, San
Francisco, Cal., April 27. IS99— Sealed pro-
posals for dredging in Humboldt Bay. Cal.,
will be received here until 12 o'clock, noon,
May 29, 1^99. Information furnished on appli-
cation. W. H. HEUER, Major Engineers.
DR. T. S. HIGGINS' Dental Parlors,
Emma Sprockets bldg.. 927 Market st.
Painless extraction a specialty; inferior
work done en the teeth is always the 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.
A NEW patent— See our new flesh-colored
plates: cannot be detected from the natural
teeth and gum; thin and strong: much su-
perior to rubber; crown and bridge work;
teeth without plates our specialty; flexible
plates from $5; crowns. $3 50; fillings. 50c; all
work painless and warranted. CHICAGO
DENTAL PARLORS, 24 Sixth st.
ket St., cor. 4th, rm. 7, Flood bldg.. you can
have your extractions done painlessly; teeth
without plates our specialty; gold crowns,
.$3 50 up; plates, extractions free, $4 50 up; of-
fice hours, 9a. m. to 10 p. m. ; Sunday. 9 to 2
p. m. G. W. WILLIAMSON, M.D., Manager.
DR. GEORGE W. LEEK, 20 i 'Kartell st., ex-
tracts and fills teeth painlessly by his wonder-
ful secret method; crowns, $2; bridges, $4;
rubber or flexible plates. $3; received S first
prizes; no students; guaranteed 12 years.
FULL set of teeth. $4; fillings, 25c up; gold
crowns, $3; gold bridges, $5 up; painless ex-
traction guaranteed; plates repaired. NEW
YORK DENTISTS, 969 Mission St., cor. 6th.
VAX VROOM— Painless dentistry; guarantee 10
years; lowest prices; 10 operators; no stu-
dents: painless extraction by electricity. 997
Market st.
DR. LUDLUM HILL. 1443 Market St., near
Eleventh; crowns, bridge work and fillings a
specialty; all work reasonable; gas given.
A FULL set of teeth, $5; teeth without plates a
specialty; liberal credit given. PERRY DEN-
TAL PARLORS, S Mason St.. corner Market.
NEW YORK dentist. 969 Mission St., corner
OHIO Dental Parlors— Filling. 50c up; crowns,
$3 up; open ev'gs. 830 Market, cor. Stockton.
SET of teeth without a plate. DR. H. G.
YOUNG. IS4I Polk st.
$2500— NEW modern 6-room cottace. with all
the latest conveniences; $400 cash, balance $25
monthly; lot 25x125; near corner Twentieth
and Castro sts. F. NELSON, Builder.
$3600— HOUSE, 11 rooms, 2 baths, in 3 flats, in
good repair; newly painted; on Leavenworth
st. Apply to 926 Washington St.
HOUSE for sale — To be removed; good 2-story
house of 9 rooms. 1918 Franklin St., bet. Clay
and Washington; suitable for 25-foot lot; keys
at our office. THOMAS MAGEE & SONS, 5
Montgomery 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, 454
Ninth St., Oakland.
I IF you have lots north of Golden Gate Pjirk,
west of First aye., and you wish to sell,
then call on W. J. GUNN. 410 Montgomery st. j
IF your property is mortgaged and you need
more money see H. MURPHY. 630 Market st.
$4000— HOUSE for sale; 37 Moss St., between
Sixth and Seventh; lot 25x75: next to cor; good
condition; new brick foundation; rent $40.
IF your property is mortgaged and you need
more money see H. MURPHY, 630 Market st.
IF your property Is mortgaged and you need
more money see H. MURPHY. 630 Market st.
FOR sale, Charming summer residence
and large grounds on Cowlchan Lake, Van-
couver ' .and; unexcelled salmor. 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-
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, Cotatl, Sonoma
County, Cal.
NEW rich land near city: small and large
tracts: JUSO acres sold to 120 families; 7500
acres left. For particulars of immense crops
raised In dry season of 1897-98 address THE I
COCATI CO.. 302 California St.. S. F.
WANTED— S or more acres, suitable for poul-
try in exchange for cash and new mdse.; write
full description. Box 610, Call office. ■ i :-■;■.
$5 TO $30 and acre; list free; crops sure. M.
GRIFFIN. Cottonwood. Shasta CoiiT'tv, Cal.
j FRUIT, grain and stock farms.
W. D. HOLCOM & CO.. 20 Montgomery st.
A WEEK'S news for 5 cents— The Weekly Call.
16 pages. In wrapper, for mailing. $1 per year.
COTTAGE and lot. $1500: quick. J. J. EVANS,
Real Estate Agent. 630 Market st.
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 H.
ANY amount at 6% 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.
I HIGHLY respectable and private place to ob-
I tain liberal advances on diamonds and jew- ;
j elry at the lowest rates. Baldwin Jewelry
Store, 846 Market st. ; telephone Main 1644.
ANY amount by private party on furniture and
pianos; no removal: low rates; confidential.
BOXELLI, Conservatory bldg., 130 Powell et.
j REAL estate. 6 per cent; 2d mortg., chattels,
undiv'd int'tf", etc. Harper & Krelger, 312 Ex-
aminer building.
MONEY loaned salaried people on their notes
without lndorser. TOUSLEY", 692 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-
mission, private. LICK. 116 McAllister.
RESPONSIBLE party wants $1500; l year, 10
per cent; person worth $150,000 will Indorse.
Box 763. Call office. "-••>
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, 90S Broadway,
HOUSES to let: send for a list: also sale bar-
pains F E. BUNCE. SOS Broadway. Oakland.
AN Introduction to you from H. Schellhaas. the
furniture d»ale-- nth **•* Franklin. OnkUtri.
$1500 — NICE modern cottage; 5 rooms; your own
plan: on lot 33x100: $300 cash: $20 per month,
J. H. YOUNG, builder, 1243 Park st.
THE finest water front property in Alameda for
sale nt a great bargain. E. D. JUDD & CO.,
1424 Park st. - - -> ■■
HOME for ladles in delicate health: large
grounds: private. MRS FUNKE. 1416 Bth it.
JUST the place you have been looking for.
You have been wanting to raise chickens;
here Is your opportunity; I have a very fine
corner lot, 200x140, with a fine house of 7
rooms', in perfect order: electric cars pass
the property; only 5 minutes to R. R. station:
a fine orchard, chicken houses, etc.: to be sold
for less than the improvements. cost. JOSEPH
J. MASON. Real Estate. Berkeley station.
ONLY $1600 for a very desirable 6-room house
and lot: handy to electric and local station.
O. Q. MAY & CO., Berkeley.
Marriage licenses have been issued as follows:
Hollls M. Bailey and Grace O. .Wlngard... 33-30
Frank B. Kent and Florence J. Cameron 27-19
David M. Coney and Tillie B. Nordman. ...24-21
Henry A. Stelllng and Emma A. C. Prange.24-24
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.
ARMBRUSTER— In this city, May 19. 1899, to
the wife of Rudle H. Armbruster. a son.
_______ _
RICHARDS— DUFUR— In this city, May 25,
1899. by the Rev. Jons A. B. Wilson. D.D..
Alexander Orr Richards of Santa Cruz and
Mrs. Elizabeth Dufur of Oakland. \ .
DIED. ~ ~~~
Andrews. Sarah Hathaway, Charles
Cheyne, Robert Jota, Ahikanoshike
Craig, Catherine Kelly, Michael
Dean. Albert P. Lee. Mrs. Hannah B.
Deekelman, Frank E. Lewkcwitz. Jacob
I>ewey, A. T. McFarland, Mr.
Driefer. Adolph D. J. Matthiesen. Matthias
Finn. Harriet Orr. James H.
Garbarino. Antonio Rideout, Capt. J. R.
Gustin. James W. Russell. Lewis B.
Hall. John J. Sargent. Thomas F.
Hanley, George W. Walsh. Joseph A.
Harfst, Marie A. Wright, Annie
ANDREWS— In Alameda. May 25. 1899, Sarah,
beloved wife of Richard Andrews, and mother
of Mrs. Edwin Pearson, Mrs. C. R. Xolte
and R. H. Andrews, a native of Weymouth,
England, aged 70 years and 8 months.
E^Frlend.o and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral services
this day (Saturday), at 1:30 o'clock, at her
late residence, 2517 Clement avenue. Ala-
nieda. Interment Masonic Cemetery, San
CHEY.VE-In this city. May 24, 1899, Robert,
dearly beloved husband of "Josephine Cheyne,
a native O f Scotland, aged S2 years.
C .'"Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Sunday), a 2 o'clock, from the parlors of
H. F. Suhr & Co.. 1209 Mission street, near
Klghth. Interment I. O. O. F. Cemetery.
CRAIG— In this city. May 26. 1599, Catherine,
beloved wife of the late John Craig, and
dearly beloved mother of Jennie. Henry and
Edward J. Craig. Mrs. James O'Day and Mrs.
Edward McDonnell, a native of County Tip-
perary, Ireland, aged 65 years. A member
of the Third Order of St. Francis.
GTFriends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Sunday), at 0 o'clock, from her late resi-
dence. Army street, between Fol.-.om and
Shotwell, thence to St. Peter's Church, where
a requiem high mass will be celebrated for
the repose of her soul at 9:30 o'clock. Inter-
ment Holy Cross Cemetery.
DEAN— In this city. May 26, 1899. Albert Pit-
man, beloved son of Simeon and the late Clara
Dean, and brother of Mrs. Frank Finch. Miss
Ce!lna Dean and William A., Stephen J. and
Corbett G. Dean, a native of Newfoundland,
aged 19 years and 9 months.
Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Sunday), at 1 o'clock, from his late resi-
dence. 2008 Larkin street, near Broadway. In-
terment Cypress Lawn Cemetery, by electric
funeral car from Eighteenth and Guerrero
DECKELMAN— At Cavite, Manila. P. 1.. Au-
gust 29, ioqs. Frank E.. beloved son of F. and
A. Deckelman. and brother of Albert and
Richard Deekelman, late member of the Hos-
pital Corps, First Regiment, California Vol-
unteers, a native of San Francisco, aged 22
years 10 months d 26 days.
ETFriends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Sunday), at 2 o'clock, from the Howard
Presbyterian Church, corner Oak and Baker
streets. Interment I. O. O. F. Cemetery.
DEWEY —In Oakland, May 24. 1899, A. T.
Dewey, a native of Westfleld, Mass., aged 63
years and 20 days.
E?"The funeral will take place under the
auspices of Keystone Lodge No. 64, A. O. U.
W., from Giers' Hall. Fourteenth street, be-
tween Clay and Washington, to-morrow (Sun-
day at 2 o'clock. Members of A. O. U. W.
will meet at A. O. U. W. Hall at 1:30 o'clock.
J. J. O'TOOLE. M. W.
DRIEFER— In this city. May 23. 1899, Adolph
D. J., dearly beloved husband of Amalie Drie-
fer, and brother of Oscar Driefer, a native of
Copenhagen, Denmark, aged 40 years and 20
days. Member of Germania Stamm No. 83.
U. O. R. M.; Court Golden West No. 20. F.
of A.; Metamora Stamm No. 4, Pocahontas
C7"Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Sunday), at 1 o'clock, from the funeral par-
lors of Charles J. B. Metzler, 636 Washington
street, thence to Masonic Temple, where the
services will be held commencing at 2 o'clock,
under the auspices of Crockett Lodge No.
139, F. and A. M. Interment Masonic Ceme-
FINN— In this city. May 26, 1899. Harriet, be-
loved wife of John Finn, a native of Eng-
land, aged 44 years.
Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully. invited to attend the funeral Monday,
May 29. 1899. at 1 o'clock, at her late resi-
dence. 424 Linden avenue. Interment Cy-
press Lawn Cemetery, by carriage.
GARBARIXO— In this city, May 26, 1599. An-
tonio Garbarino, beloved father of Mrs. G.
Adamina, Michael L., John and Louis V.
Garbarino and the late Mrs. M. Steffanazzl,
a native of Italy, aged 75 years 7 months and
26 days.
GUSTIN— In the City and County Hospital.
May 26. 1599, James William Gustin, a na-
tive of Ohio, aged 27 years.
HALL— In this city. May 25, 1899, John J.
Hall, a native of Oregon, aged 36 years.
HANLEY— In this city. May 26, 1899, Georg*
W., beloved husband of Mary Hanley, and
father of David. Leonard and George Han-
ley, Emma Niblock, May Hanley and Mrs.
Charlotte Kummer, a native of New Hamp-
shire, aged 71 years 1 month and 24 days.
HARFST— In Oakland. May 26, 1599, Marie A..
beloved wife of Hermann Harfst. and sister
of William Mueller, a native of Baden. Ger-
many, aged 56 years 4 months and 16 days.
Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Sunday), at 2 o'clock, from the parlors of
Henry Evers, 86S Washington street, Oak-
land. Interment Mountain View Cemetery.
HATHAWAY— At his home in San Lorenzo,
Alameda County, of apoplexy, Charles W.
Hathaway, a native of Freetown, Mass., aged
78 years 1 month and IS days.
E7"Funeral services will be held this day
(Saturday), at 10 o'clock, at his late resi-
dence. Interment private, in Laurel Hill
Cemetery. San Francisco.
JOTA— the City and County Hospital. May
26, 1899. Ahikanoshike Jota, a native of Japan,
aged 20 years.
KELLY— In this city. May 25. 1899. Michael
Kelly, uncle of Patrick and John Kelly and
Herbert, Delta, Annie and Edward Keighary,
a. native of County Roscommon, Ireland, aged
59 years.
LEE— In Alameda. May 26. 1899, at the home
of her daughter. Mrs. E. L. Crozer, 1425 High
street, Mrs. Hannah E. Lee. widow of the
late William S. Lee, for a long time resid-
ing on Bay Farm Island, a native of New
York, aged 59 years 4 months and 6 days.
(Newburgh and Orange County, New York,
papers please copy.)
(CyFriends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Sunday), at 12:30 o'clock, from, the Free
Methodist Church, Pine street. Interment
LEWKOWITZ— In this city. May 25. 1899, Jacob
Lewkowitz, beloved brother of Joseph, Isi-
dor and Abraham Lewkowitz, a native of
Kempen, Prussia, aged 63 years.
E7"Frlends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Sunday), at 10 o'clock, from Tnai B'rlth
Hall, 121 Eddy street. Members of Pacific
Lodge No. 48, I. O. B. 8., are Invited to at-
McFARLAND— In San Mateo. May 26, 1899,
Mr. McFarland, a native of Maine, aeed 73
years and 6 months.
MATTHIESEN— In this city. May 26, 1599,
Matthias, dearly beloved husband of Mar-
garethe Matthiesen. father of Andreas, Herr-
man and Dora Matthiesen, ! and brother of
Hans Matthiesen of Livermore and Mrs. Peter
Wrage of San Jose, a native of Husem. Bchles-
wig-Holstein, Germany, aged 50 years and 22
CFriends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Sunday), at 2 o'clock, from Union-square
Hall, 421 Post street, where funeral services
will be held under the auspices of the Ger-
mania Club. Remains at the parlors of H. F.
Suhr & Co.. 1209 Mission street, near Eighth.
ORR— In this city. May 25, 1899, James H.. be-
loved son of Elizabeth and the late James
Orr. a native of New York.
(E^Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral this day
(Saturday), at 8:45 o'clock, from his late resi-
dence, 2104 Howard street, .thence to St.
Charles Borromeo's Church, Eighteenth and
Shotwell streets, where a requiem mass will
be celebrated for the repose of his soul, comm-
encing at 9 o'clock. Interment Holy Cross
Cemetery, by electric car from Eighteenth
and Guererro streets.
RIDEOUT— In Sausalito, May 25, 1599, Captain
J. R. Rldeout, a native of Maine, aged 72
C Friends and relatives are respectfully
Invited to attend the funeral services at the
residence, Sausallto, this day (Saturday), at
10:30 o'clock.
RUSSELL— In this city. May 28. 1899, Lewis
Berton, eldest and dearly beloved son of
George and Jessie Russell, and brother of
Harvey Russell, a native of San Francisco,
| aged 1 year and 10 months.
i SARGENT— In Manila. Philippine Islands. Au-
gust 17, IS9B, Thomas F.. beloved son of the
late Mary A. Sargent, brother of William T.
Sargent, and nephew of Ellen and Katie E.
Leary, a native of San Francisco, aged 22
, ' years 1 month and 4 days.
* (ti?"Friend.s and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Sunday), at 9 o'clock, from the parlors of
McAvoy * Co., 1235 Market street, between
Eighth and Ninth, thence to St. Patrick's
I Church, where a solemn requiem mass will
be celebrated for the repose of his soul, com-
mencing at 10 o'clock. Interment Holy Cross
W \LSH— In Pan Jose, Cal. May 23. 1899. Jo-
seph A., beloved son of Minnie E. and the
late Walter J. Walsh, a native of San Fran-
cis, aged 2 years 2 months and 22 days.
WRIGHT— In this city. May 26. 1899. Annie,
beloved wife of the late Robert F. Wright,
and mother of Mrs. Peter Callahan. Mrs.
James Early. Mrs. James Hogan and Katie
and John W. Wright, a native of County
Galway. Ireland, aged 65 years.
d3TFr!end9 and acquaintances are respect-
fully, Invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Sunday), at 8:30 o'clock; from her late resi-
dence. 218 Moulton street, between Lombard
and Greenwich, off Fillmore, thence to St.
Brigid's Church, corner Van Ness avenue and
Broadway, where a requiem high mass will
be celebrated for the repose of her soul, com-
mencing at 9 o'clock. Interment Mount Cal-
vary Cemetery.
(Successors to Flanagan & Gallagher),
10 Fifth st.. opposite Uaoolß dcAo^
Ttl*i>hoo« BouVa ML

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