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BUSimSSr CHANCES.
A-s3i*n ; CORNER saloon^ with "5 "furnished
rooms; established years; everybody knows
this as a money-making place: never clears
less than v - ■' per month; owner wants to
; 'IV!, .-f: r? l \ to Europe. Particulars R. G.
■L ILKE, W»i Market st.
A- $300; : RANCH Baker} in the Mission; 4
living rooms; rent $20; a good paying place:
n Marke°t ÜBtU Bt per month - h: g. wu.Ki:.
A- 5 lOOO; PARTNER wanted in detective
agency; the oldest and best established bu-
reau in this city. .Call H. G. WU.KE. 906
Market st.
A-5550; SALOON doins a good business; Mar-
?- £"., eventn Pts;; rent $40; a bargain. R.
■ G. ILKE, 906 Market st.
A-«.\on; SALOON, doing a first-class business;
estab. years, 50 feet from Call bWg.; account
,- or sickness. Particulars R. G. Wilke, 906 Mkt.
A-$1WO; CORNER - I bar; living
rms.; one-half block from Wielands Brewery;
rtaily rpcolpts bout $26: cash trade only: a
rare chance. Call K. <;. WILKE. 906 Market.
(450— BRANCH bakery and stationery store in
the Mission; living rooms; rent $18; average
dally receipts $10. Call R. G. WILKE, 9M
Market st.
J2OO-CORNER saloon; rent $35; California and
Market Ht . 8 - R. G - WILKE,. 906 Market tit.
$200— Restaurant; daily receipts- $20; rent,
_ WL Call R G . WILKE. 906 Mark t st
A— $1000; OLD-ESTABLISHED ment"niarket;
well located; fixtures worth the price: monthly
$1400. CREDO & CO., 22% Geary st.
A— s3so; CANDY and ice cream parlors; Mark,
M-: $18 daily. KREDO & CO., 22Vj Geary st.
A-$225; BRANCH bakery an.i notions; •- daily;
stock. KREIH) & CO., 22>- 2 (Scary St.
A-tW ; RESTAURAN 1 . . urnish-
Ings; flm class; dally receipts $40. XI ; E 1 - ' &
;iCO., 22'-i Geary st.
f l3nu.-iinTlHT7le7r7~slso r er~month.
? ! r;;°-, Sal V" n : d^rs 5250 per month,
l^ rf. , ory; c!l>;l!S *!«> Per month.
S4i.i>-( i,a l yard: clears $100 per month. '
£ __ ___^Z:. l^L A i'^^N'CY, 7S3',i Maik.-t st.
A— FINE list of good business propositions for
sale and exchange; country and city hotels,
restaurants, coffee houses, branch ikerles,
cigar stands, groceries, rm-rohandise etatlon-
Market st.
MILLINERY and dressmaking parlors at your
TVPttJ^"^ l ir °rrittors sick. GERMAN-
AMERICAN. 34 Kearny st.
$1800— SALOON ami merchants 1 lunch house
among wholesale stores; bargain: sickness of
owner cause of sale. Mclaughlin &. CO.
«.« Market st.
A— SlCiw; GROCERY and bar; centrally located;
sacrifice to-day. COWING & CO., 995 Market.
$250— SALOON; north Market; doing good busi-
ness; owner sick; must sell. JONES & CO.
£65 Market st. '
POOR MANS CHANCE.
$1250 — Terms, $450 cash; old-fashioned house
containing six rooms and high basement;
Third aye.. bet. Point Lobos and Clement;
size of lot, 35x70: cet permit from office to
Inspect. F. A. McNALLY .<• CO.. 19 Mont-
gomery st.
WANTED— A good reliable modern grocery
clerk, familiar with the business and the city,
having $2000 cash to go in partnership with a
wholesaler and run a branch store in a very
good location secured ahead and ready to
op^n. Apply with references to box 396, Call.
$:>oo— PARTNER wanted in established busi-
ness: 2 places to look after; plenty of work;
no experience; trial given. 265 O'Farrell st.
GROCERY and bar in Mission at inventory;
owner going to Manila: cheap rent. Appiy
X*9 Mission st.
BAKERY in country town, doing good business
outside and inside. Apply Call office.
jriT-CLASS EBioon, East t.. nr.Market ; account
ill health. Lane .v Connelly, 204 Market st.
FOR sale— Grocery and bar. Apply cor. Precita
aye. and Folsom st.
FOFJ sale — Old established restaurant; cheap.
131. Polk st.
$3w— GOOD-PAYING saloon in business center
of city. Inquire Call office.
SHOESHOP must be sold: good paying ' busi-
ness; 1 room furnished; good prices. 332 Bush.
124,50 FOR Bale, good business property; lodg-
ing-house and stores with business; a part
cash. Address Owner, box $45, Call office.
Al SALOON; bargain; opp. the California Thea-
ter; fitted up in the most modern style, with
club room adjoining. 423 Bush st. .'..:"
$SOO— FAMILY liquor store and bar, with living
rooms; cheap rent; central location; a bar-
■ galn. Address box SO3, Call office.
THE be&t-paying home bakery in the city; suit-
iibJe tor h-.an alid.wire cr two ladies. ■ Bux
K r .s, Cail office.
FOR SALE— Cheap; a first-class wood yard in
Oakland; pood trade; best location. 518 Sixth
St., Oakland.
$15.0— PARTNER wanted, iady or gent, in es-
tablished paying business. 628>t I St.. Sacto.
HOTEL in MeyßeJd, 13 rooms, all furnished;
rent HO. H. M. COVERT, 425 California st.
$125— GOOD-PAYING andy crisp business for
sale; a snap; investigate. 1905 Central aye.
BARGAIN— Notion, stationery and candy store;
near school; cheap pent. 1105 Buchanan st.
TO sell an Interest in an original invention;
lady preferred. Box Sl2, Call office.
SHOEMAKER with family can buy good shoe
. repairing place on installments. 4102 Nine-
teenth st . near Castro.
LOT of furniture, bedding and crockery cheap.
Apply at 227 San Carlos ive.
■PAYING stationery store; fine location.
Inquire CUNNINGHAM. CUKTISS &
WELCH, 321 Sansome st.
FOR sale— Delicacy and dairy produce busi-
ness: a good place for man and wife; will
be soid at a sacrifice. Box 740, Call.
A SACRIFICE— OU-established fmlt store;
«d chance. 130 Bth. nr. Mission: no agents.
SALOON a:id 6-room lodging-house, completely
furnished, for sale. SO Jackson st.
GOOD location for fruit store or butcher shop;
rent reasonable. 290 Third aye., near Clement
st. : take Butro car.
FOR SALE— A good blacksmith shop, for $300;
■wish to retire from business. Box 636, Call.
PARTNER with some capital wanted to manu-
facture combination door mat, patented.
CHAS. KUHN, Frultvale. Cal.
FINE store fixtures and showcase; i- living
rooms: suitable branch bakery and notions.
2548 Folsom.
COFFEE and tea routes supplied from QEO.
W. CASWELL & CO.'S. 415 Sacramento Bt.
ROUTE en this paper for Bale. Apply tni»
office.
LODGXKU HOUSES FOR SALE.
lT^ROOM'~hoirse ; worth $600 $250
16-room house; on Sixth st ■•■"
2S rooms; sunny corner; clears $200 1100
2»i-room house in Oakland: only 850
in rooms; best corner In th« city 1800
10 rooms; on Jones; worth $1000 90
14 rooms; on Taylor st. (good) ■'•["
. 21 rooms; on Howard st ' too
' 20-room boarding house; clears $.TOO 22n0
1020 MARKET ST. I 20 MARKET ST..
W H. C. DECKER.
lf:20 Market ft. 1020 Market st.
$1500 BUYS a 5 room transient house, clears
$1W- tWf buys 2S-room house, cheap nt, bar-
gain- $300 buys 10-room house, good furnl-
tim-;' money loaned -at 2 per cent. EITEL,
101* Market Ft. •
WINSTON & CO.. i' 1 -"' Market st.
17 rooms; r<-nt $50; near/Tlvoli $S;.O
24 rocms; rent $35; reduced to 4._>o
48 rooms; rent $75; Market 5t.... 1050
60 rooms; rent $50: part cash <>•>«
CO-ROOM house in good order; partly furnished;
rent cheapest In city; terms reasonable, < all
247 Second Bt.
FOR sale chesp— House; 9 rooms; good order;
selling <~>n fic-ount sickness. 278 Minna- st.
X I it Mil RE v ' Ol^^ Ij^_^_^
FURNITURE and carpets. Apply at 1605 V.
Jones st. ....
TAPESTRY Brussels carpets, laid and lined.
50c. Eastern Outfitting Co.. 1310 Stockton st.
4 ROOMS furnished In oak for $48 50. with No.
7 range King Furniture Co.. 1127-1131 Market.
ALASKA ENTERPRISES.
DBWEY Navigation and Trading Company
will dispatch their first vessel on or about
June 10 1899, for St. Michael, Cape Nome and
Kotzebue 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 Bt.. room S.
MINING ENTERPRISE. r ,.^.'r
TO the new cold fields. Lower California—
Dewey Navigation and Trading Company will
dispatch a fast vessel to Todos Santos and
Asuncion Bay. Lower California, the early
part of June with passengers and freight;
accommodation* for 150 passengers; call early,
as only few berths left. ''HAS. F. BLAN-
DIN, President. 10 California st.. room 5.
*~" ' " STOKAGEV
PIERCE & TAYI/>R. packing and storage of
L furn. *H. H. goods. 735 Mkt.. Tel BtacJ 311.
PIERCE-RODOLPH Storage and , Moving Co.
Office, 401 Post St.. cor. Powell; tel, Main im
CALA. Storage Warehouse. F. SMITH, prop..
72Z Mission: goods guaranteed: tel. ( lay J5.
PHYSICIANS.
DR. C. C. O'DONNELL, office and residence,
1021% Market «U. l>et. 6th and lib.
PERSONALS.
IF ARCHIE MORRISON formerly of Wheat-
land, Cal., will write to his tather he Will
hear of somvthing to his advantage. HUGH
MORRISON.
UNCI 'I,N m. .:
Bell 8 lbs cofTeo, S1 ; 12 cans tab!*> peaches,
W; 2;". cans sardines. $1; 12 cans oysters. $1;
20 lbs rice. $1; 4 rolls butter. $1; 20 cans devil-
ed ham, $1; 60 .-ak' s s.>ap, $1; ZSJbs prunes or
pears, $1; 20 lbs cornstarcb, $1; B-lb can bak-
Ing powder $1; Ifl lbs cheese, SI; flour. 7">e
sack. LINCOLN BROS., Cash Grocers; 226
Blxth st . at.. \ c Fols ■'■'
LEDERER'S u.riNToNK'A. a rare hair fntc.
bottle; cleanses the seal;.; sec great win-
dow display this week. G. LEDERER, 123
Stockton St.
LEDERER'S artistic hairdressers have that
t ach which makes a coiffure stylish; price
2& . swit •!.. s. ?! up; open Sundays and holi-
days :• to 12 a. in. 12:! St..* kton st.
A- KLKGANT ladies' tailor-made suits to order
at wholesale figures. H. KRAMER, 20 San-
I some st.
j LADIES' tailor-made suits. 51 week. Chicago
Clock Co.. ISI4 Market st Open evenings.
CEMETERY fences; best w..rk; lowest prices.
! DOUGLAS, Central »ye.. bet. Bush and Pine.
PRIVATE Sanitarium Surgical and medical
cases taken charge of for physicians, sur-
geons and private individuals. 1316 Guerrero,
nr 25th: Guerrero st. cars; tel. Blue 991.
SVMMER bamboo furniture below cost to or-
K. YOSHITANL 313 .Sutter St.
JOHN I, BOONE, Patent, Trademark
Attorney .-it Law, and • Copyright
No. 4 Sutter St., Law a Sj
San Francisco, Cal. American and Foreign
Send for Circular. Patent s
. ts in every r6( n.. Win I
tel, 44 Thir I st., near M.;rk-t ; 700 I
i i $1 (0 i.er night; SI B0 to $0 per v. •••■k:
"bus and baggage to and from the ferry.
:-. billheads, cards, tn I
or Etatem< nts i rinted, $1 50; send for sara-
printer, 511 Sacramento st. ;
• Main IS3S.
T BRILLIANT, S3S-3* Post Bt, will sell you
furniture, carpets, cloaks, dress goods, tailor-
made suitF. etc.. i n very easy payments.
■ tailor-made • i ts; low
prices; eaey payments. Eastern outfitting
. cloak and suit dept., 1306 Stockton st.
DR. (UKKI.Y'S Dog Hospital, 1
office Horse Hospital. r!0 Golden Gate aye.;
rate ward for contagious diseases
(SHORTHAND, typewriting and en\'elope ad-
dressing. Apply room 4O'l. Examiner building
A— Ladies' or gent's clothing, furniture, bought,
sold; tel. Mint '.'.'7. JACOBS, 1023 Fold m st.
SUITS to order on easy Installments. L.
LEMOB, 1117 Market st.. bet. 7th and
SUITS to order on installments at cash
$1 a week. N. Y. Tailoring Co.. US Kearny.
RUPTURE, stricture cured: no knife; no injec-
tion; guaramd. Dr.Gordin.sl4 Pine, ab. Kearny.
FOLDING beds $S 50; bedrm sets $B:bed toungea
U 50: open eve's. L. J. NEUMANN, 121 Sixth.
WANTED— OId gold for manufacng <\ Nolte,
Jeweler. 24S O'Farrell, bet. Powell * Mason.
CHEAPEST and be.--t In America The Weekly
Caii. 16 pages, sent t' 1 any address In the
United States, postpaid, for $1 per year.
DRESSMAKERS.
RHMOVED to 357 Geary st.; dresses made, IS
up: perfect fit. MM?: C.nbliSTKiN.
: SPIRITUALISM.
" A— MRS. J. J. WHITNEY, trance test medium,
f life reader: medical clairvoyance; treat all pri- I
vate, chronic and obscure diseases; diagnosis j
free; sittings, Jl. 232 Stockton st.
3 ELSIE REYNOLDS and MISS HODGE give a
Joint materializing seance Monday evening; 2
t cabinets in same room; 50c. 330 Ellis st.
- MRS.. MANDENA, clairvoyant, medium and
i palmist: satisfaction or no pay. :'34'- : Sixth.
. MRS. MEN A FRANCES, Independent slate-
writing medium. 118 Haight Ft.
- MRS. ELLIS, tests to all; Tues.-Fri., 2 p. m. ;
r Mon., 8; 25c; sittings, $1. 233 Valencia St.
- MRS. B. BAUMANN. the well-known fortune
teller, has opened an office at 315 O'Farrell.
■ CL.AIIIVOVA.VTS.
MME. SYLVESTER, the celebrated clairvoy-
ant, palmist and card reader, returned from
abroad, opened parlors at 112 Mason st., near
i Ellis: hours 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. . open Sundays;
fee 25c: for ladies only; card reading at pri-
• vate entertainments.
■ MME. PORTER, wonderful clairvoyant and
card reader; born with double veil and sec-
ond light; diagnoses disease; full life read- '
Ing; ladies, 5Gc; grents, $1: sit.. $1 50. 126 Turk, j
MME. GORING, the powerful . clairvoyant.
brings lovers together; settles domestic
troubles. 345 Fifth st.
MISS A. L. CARLSON, fortune teller by cards.
palmist and planets. 28 Sixth st., rooms 2-3.
YOUR future told by cards, 25c; Sunday hours,
7 to 10 p. m. 326 Larkin St., room 6.
YOUR future told by cards; satisfaction guar-
anteed; price 25c. 1322 Mission st.
MME. HANSON, palmist and card, reader;
past, present and future; 25c. 148 6th. im. 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. FRANK IK WILLIAMS has returned;
magnetlst. 906 Market St., room 21.
MME. AUGUST. 1160 Mission st. ; clairvoyant,
card. reader and palmist; truth or no pay; 25c.
MISS MAY FOX. celebrated card reader. 304 |
Sutter st. I
JESSIE BURNETT, palmist and card reader, j
removed to BGSV2 Market St., rooms 8-9. j
MYRTLE POTTER, card reader and palmist. !
Parlors 12 and IS. second floor. S63Vi Market.
RETURNED— EDNA V. GRANT, clairvoyant
and palmist. 120 Ellis st., parlors 6 and 7.
BLANCHE DE CHAPPELLE, clairvoyant and
card reading. 417 Bush St., rooms 9 and 10.
MME. MOREAU. the best medium and card
reader; 25c up. 73 Fourth St., near Mission.
CLAIRVOYANT, card reader. JOe; ladles only. j
543 Natoma St.. bet. Sixth and Seventh.
MME. DR. THOMAS, renowned revealer, first
In her profession; never falls. 325 A Sutter st.
I MISS R. CLEVELAND, palmist and card
reader. 110 A Geary at., rooms 1 and 2.
MISS OLLIE LAKE returned, palmist and
card reader. 118 Grant aye, r. 16, second floor. !
MME. RA VENA reads life fluently; business
advice; names given; 25c up. 5 Fourth st.
MISS A. FAUKE. card reader and palmist, 405
Kearny St., r. 34: French and English spoken. j
' MME ETTA RALPH, palmist and psychom- '■
ctrist; parlors 2 and 3. 995 Market st. |
• MMX SYBILLE, cradle to grave; future hu»-
-1 band's picture, 2.".c; ladles. 914 O'Farrell «t.
| ~~~ PALMISTRY.
i MME NEERGAARD'. pupil of Count St. Ger-
i in;'.in<\ Cl 6 Geary St., above Jones; tel. Hyde
i 2621; reading by mail, fL '
YOUR fate is in your hand; scientific palmis-
try. MMX. GERMAINE, 906 Market St., r. 30.
A— MME BUSHNELL, the famous palmist.
916 Bush St., between Taylor and Jones.
FOR SALE- MISCELLANEOUS.
BOILERS, engines, 2d-hand machinery. Mc-
INTOSH & WOLFMAN, 195-197 Fremont st.
i •• GENUINE C. F. Martin guitar for $20; cost
i originally $45. Uncle Harris, 15 Grant aye. j
' 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 at.,
above Sixth. •
A _ — AN overstock —
St Germain Billiard Co., 409 Market St.; all j
styles new and 2d-hand tables, bar fixtures,
supplies ; best beer pumps; cheap; lnstal lints
FINE young mastiff for sale cheap, account
shortage of room. 1153 Octavia st., between
B und 10 .i m.
KLONDIKE DOGS , ; ..•.•.-
Well-trained sled dogs for sale at 2137 Lor-
n: bard st.
GASOLINE engines, second hand, from 2 to 20
horsepower; cheap and guaranteed.
NATIONAL cash register and fire-proof safe
for sale cheap. 42 Main St.. B. .F.
ELFGANT bar fixtures; must sell at once." 105
Mason gt.. between 12 and 5 p. m.
DRESS pants, $2 95; fine suits. $9 95. Misfit Cloth-
Ing Parlors, 513 Montgomery, cor.Commerclal.
I FOR sale— Cheap; bakery and notion store. 909
Bryant st.
GASOLINE engines— 1 h p. $100, 2 h p. $125, 3
h. p. 1150, 4 h. p. $175. Smith Co.. 627 Mission.
A— '■■ SO DERBY and Fedora hats, 'Tl 73. Popu-
lar Price Hatters, 330 Kearny at., near Pine.
SECOND-HAND machinery, scrap iron and
Lais bought. S. F. I. V.. 204 Mission st.
LAUNDRY plant, complete; boiler, engine, etc.
WHITE'S, 511 Mission st. .
BOILERS engines, second-hand machinery.
ASHMAN & BURKE, 139 Beale st. ■
BARS, counters, showcases, shelving, mirrors,
light, sold and exchanged. ' 1063 Mission at.
SAFES \JI sizes, new and second-hand. THE
HERMANN SAFE ' ' '•• 417 Sacramento % st.
!•< .i.vi'HDXK. attachment 'only), $15; will
fit phono or graphophone. Baclgalupl. 933 Mkt.
SAFES— Bargains In new and second-hand all
| sizes: half original cost. 109-111 Market, S. F. 1
THE SAN FBANCISCO CALL, MONDAY, MAY 29, 1899.
houses to let.
BAY WlNlJO^v TTou^E^2l?~Kn^irr^ear
Fourth St.; 4 rooms; rent $10; water free.
Apply to G. H. tngBSEN & CO.'
HOUSE hunting made easy with the printed
list you get from BALDWIN & HOWELL.
10 Montgomery st.
HOUSE of 5 rooms. 16 Metcalf place, off Geary,
between Mason and Taylor.
HOUSE, 6 rooms and bath; all modern Im-
provements; rent $16. 2754 Twenty-third st.
LAGUNA, 1717— House of 8 rooms, 'bath; base-
ment; yard; newly papered; rent $30.
PACIFIC Heights residence; 1907 Pacific aye.,
near Gough St.; 8 rooms, servant's and store-
room, heater, etc.; marine view; new plumb-
Ing; newly papered and painted: low rent.
Apply MADISON & BURKE. 626 Market St.
THE most charming spot in the Mission; mag-
nificent view; delightful climate; fine large
ground?; 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 338S
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. ,
FURNISHED HOUSES TO LET.
DEVISADERO, 1125 — Completely furnished
sunny corner upper flat, 4 rooms; bath; reas.
CAPP, 614— Runny 10-room house; will rent for
3 months or longer.
PARTLY furnished house; modern conv'ces;
2533 Mission. Apply room 8, Flood building.
COTTAGES TO LET.
COTTAGE of 4 rooms, yard, basement; $10.
3254 Folsom St.; key in corner grocery.
TO LET— 1562 Turk St.; 4-room cottage; also
cottage 3 rooms, large stable treasonable.
$6— REAR cottage: 4 rooms, basement; water
free. ' 339 Jersey st. ; Castro cars.
$12— SUNNY cottage: 6 rooms; newly renovated.
5 Railway aye.. off Dolores; key 3579 17th.
FLATS TO LET.
A. M Pl'Ki'K i CO., 667 Market st .
FLATS. ■ COTTAGES. •
4314 th aye., 6-r $1". 1245 Sanchez, 5-r. .513 50
1217 Pacific, 5-r 13 1241 Sanchez. 5-r.... 13
318 Pt Lobos. 5-r.. 12 501 315 Jersey. 5-r 13
1914 Union. 5-r 12 4218 26th. 5-r 13
32S Lombard, 5-r ... 12:3993 Army, 4-r 8
ADELAIDE place, 8, off Taylor, nr Post— Flat
4 nice sunny rooms, $12.
FELL. 492 — Elegant modern flat;' 6 large sunny
rooms; bath; cellar; $26.
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
street.
FRANKLIN, 714. near Golden Gate aye.—
Lower bay-window flat; 4 large rooms; bath;
yard.
HOWARD, 1806 Sunny double bay-window
flat; 6 rooms and bath; $15.
LEAVENWORTH, 1519— Upper flat, 5 rooms;
gas; bath; modern Improvements.
MODERN flat of 4 rooms and bath, $18. 18(15
Eddy St.. near Scott.
NEW flat; 4 large rooms, bath and laundry;
rent' cheap. Apply at 349 Liberty st.
NICE flat. ! 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, 536 A —Upper flat; 6 rooms, bath; front
and rear entrance; large yard; rent $12.
SIXTEENTH, near Howard— Nice, clean sunny
upper flats: 7 rooms and bath; $16; repairs to
suit. G. H. UMBSEN & CO., 14 Montgomery.
SUNNY corner flat, 7 rooms and bath, cheap.
64 S Minna St., near Eighth.
THIRD, 415 A —Sunny ..at, 8 rooms, latest im-
provements, 2 front suites with bay windows.
TURK, — Sunny flat. 4 rooms; large base-
ment; rent $12; no children.
UPPER flat, sunny corner; 5 rooms, bath and
yard; $10. 114 San Jose aye.
UPPER sunny flat: 6 rooms; modern improve-
■ ment."; fine location; rent cheap. 1212 Fulton.
UPPER flat. 6 rooms and bath; rent reason-
able. 244 Oak ?t. • •
UPPER flat, 3 choice sunny room*; pantry:
storeroom; $12. 2415 Clay St.. near Fillmore.
5- ROOM flat to let. 71 Clementina St., near
Second; rent reasonable. - •, ■
6 ROOMS, $14; cottage. 4 rooms. $18. Key 623
Second St.. corner Rlncon aye. % - ■
$8 50— UPPER flat of 4 rooms; sunny side. 472
Linden aye.. near Laguna and Hayes, Bts.
$9— HAVES. 887%; flat of 3 rooms; new plumb-
Ing and separate yard.
LOWER flat of 4 sunny rooms. 27 Pearl
Ft. off Market, near Valencia.
CORNER upper flat, 6 rooms and bath.
Apply grocery corner 24th and Florida ats.
$13 50— SHIPLEY. 297 A. near Sixth; flat, 5 sunny
rooms; bath; gas; yard.
$16— 5-KOOM upper flat. 4140 Twentieth St..
near "Castro. ____^_^__^__^_
FURMSHED FLATS.
LOVELY furnished flat; fine marine view. 1817
Leaven worth st.
" ROOMS FOR HOUSEItEEriAG.-
A— LARGE sunny rooms, .furnished complete
for housekeeping; 2 folding beds, one in kitch-
eh, one in bedroom; $10 per month, $2 75 per
week; furniture all new. Apply at shoe store,
.'62 Mission St.. bet. First and Second st.-.
AT* 14A Geary st., a completely furnished suite
for housekeeping; closets and running water
In both rooms; $20; also other rooms cheap.
BRANNAN, 422. near Third— 2 upper sunny
rocms, furnished or unfurnished; rent $6 mo.
BUSH, 1408, near Van Ness— 3 nicely furnished
rooms for housekeeping, $20.
CLAY. 172?, near Van Ness aye.— To let, 3
rooms, furnished or unfurnished. •
EDDY, 917—2 or 4 nicely furnished, clean, con-
necting; gas range; splendid location.
ERfE, 47—2 and 3 housekeeping rooms, separate
entrance, garden; rent $10 and $13.
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 flrje sunny
rooms, complete for housekeeping.
HARRISON, 946— Pleasant sunny front rooms
• for housekeeping, only $8 a month.
HOWARD, — 2 or 3 rooms, furnished com-
plete for housekeeping; reasonable.
HOWARD, 761%— Nicely furnished sunny bay-
window and other rooms; reasonable.
HOWARD, 640, nr. 3d— Sunny bay-window rms;
also single; 25c, 75c night; $1, $2 50 week.
HOWARD. 827 A —2 nicely furnished rooms for
housekeeping. $2 per week, $8 per month.
HOWARD, 106S— Nicely furnished sunny rooms,
complete; all conveniences; $125 per week up.
HOWARD, 20ij«A, near 16th— sunny parlor
suites for housekeeping, $10 and $12; bath.
HYDE, 329—2 nicely furnished sunny bay-win-
dow rooms, complete for hskpg.; single; reas.
HYDE 609—8 to 4 housekeeping rooms, fur-
nished complete, with range, from $12 to $16.
Call Monday.
KEARNY, 104—2 unfurnished rooms, $10; 3 fur-
nished rooms, $20.
LEWIS, 18, oft Taylor, near Post— 3 unfurnished
sunny rooms; also 2 rooms; cheap. ■■
LEXINGTON aye., 375— Large unfurnished
room, suitable for nousekpg; private family.
MINNA. 28— Sunny furnished basement house-
keeping room, $1 60 per week.
NATOMA, 639' i— 1 or 2 rooms, furnished for
housekeeping.
NINTH, Sunny housekeeping and single
rooms; with running water; reasonable.
OAK. 119— Sunny front room, clean and fur-
nished complete for housekeeping, $5.
POLK, 608—2 or 4 sunny unfurnished rooms on
bathroom floor; private residence.
POLK. 610—2 or 3 sunny furnished housekeep- i
ing 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.
SOUTH PARK, IR4— 2 sunny rooms, nicely fur-
nished for housekeeping; also single room.
STOCKTON, 711— Nice ' furnished rooms for
housekpg, $8 to $10 month; other nice rooms.
THIRD, 303— Furnished sunny front rooms; also
rooms for light housekeeping; quiet place. ■
TURK, 405, ' corner Hyde— 4 connecting front
rms.. with good stoves; suitable 2 families.
TWENTY-THIRD. . 3278. near Valencia—
-furnished housekeeping, rooms; renovated;
bath; laundry. - • ■I■■>' -, > j
HOI_gEKEEPIXG ROOMS— Continued.
VALENCIA, 921—."! nice clean convenient house-
keeping rooms; cheap.
' VAN NESS aye., 904— Unfurnished sunny par-
lors; also other rooms; housekeeping.
ROOMS TO LET.
ARLINGTON House, 127 Kearny st.— Pleasant,
sunny rooms en suite or single; first-class
in every respect; terms reasonable.
j AT Hotel Francisco. Turk and Taylor sts.—
Homelike house; modern service; elevator;
bath; rooms. 50c to $1 B0 day. MRS. J. KING.
A SUTTER. 715. S3l— Furnished beautifully;
very choice; reasonable; appreciated if seen.
A- BtITTEK, 715— Sunny furnished rooms; pri-
vate family; all conveniences", gentlemen only.
A— TAYLOR, 149, corner Eddy— Neatly furnish-
ed sunny front rooms, from $2 50 week up.
| AT 16 Stockton st., "Th# Pup"— Nicely fur-
nished rooms for gentlemen.
) ALMA, 441 Geary— Newly furnished sunny
! rooms; suites $1 50 week and up; transient.
j BUSH, 1124— Beautiful rooms, $10 and $12; sun,
i bath, running water; home comforu.
CARROLTON. 1206 Market— Sunny corner fur-
j ntshed and unfurnished rooms and offices.
CLIFFORD, 204 Ellis, cor. Mason— Elegantly
furnished sunny rooms; prices reasonable.
I>KVISADERO, 1823— Furnished rooms, private
family, $5 per month.
EXPERIENCED woman to cook and do light
housework for 2 for rm. and bd. Box 163, Call.
I GEARY 656— Elegant sunny front rooms; other
! rooms; privilege light hkpg. ; piano; 'phone.
' GOLDEN t.ATE aye., 727— Handsomely fur-
nished sunny front room; running water; pri-
vate family; reasonable.
I 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: $1 50 to $6 per week^
HARRISON. 94 1>— Pleasant sunny front rooms
for 2; also single rooms.
HAVES. 73S- Two sunny furnished connecting
I rooms to let; running water; gas.
i JESSIE, 162. near Palace— Nicely furnished
sunny double room. 51 60; single, $L
j JESSIE, 315V4. near Fourth— Several furnished
rooms in private family; newly furnished;
| rent reasonable.
: KEARNEY, near Sutter— Large light room for
j $6 a month; gas free. Apply 15 Grant aye.
j LARGE sunny furnished room to rent reason-
able. Call 865 Mission St.
i MINNA, 667, corner Eighth -Newly furnished
! hay-window room, $1 per week; transient.
j MISSION, 865— Large sunny furnished room;
rent reasonable.
MISSION. 1220— Large room for two; running
• water; grate; $10; single for $5.
MISSION. ISl6— Neatly furnished double rooms;
also 2 others unfurnished; sunny; adults pfd.
MISSION. ir. 14 — Sunny single front room; low
j rent; private family.
; O'FARRELL, 20— Sunny furnished rooms; ele-
vator: electric lights: day. week or month.
' O'FARRELL, 208—1 single, $5 per mo., and 1
double furnished room, $2 week.
; OFARRELL, 271. nr. Powell— Elegant modern
; sunny rooms, suite and single; reasonable.
or.VRRELL. 589—2 furnished rooms for house-
■ keeping: gas; bath; sunny; $14 per month.
POWELL, 15, adjoining c,,i U mbla Theater—
Well-furnished o.ulet rooms; day, week or mo.
! ROYAL House, 126 Ellis St.— Incandescent
light; reading room, smoking room and
ladles' parlor: rooms, per night, 35c to $1 50;
week, $2 to $S; month, $S to $30; elevator on
', office floor; rooms with hot. cold wat.; baths.
SHERMAN Apartment House, 28 Eighth st.,
' near Market — Furnished and unfurnished.
SIXTH. 13-> I_.-inre front mom suitable for
business; also rooms for light housekeeping.
; SIXTH, 408—2 front connecting rooms, suitable
•> men or housekeeping; bath; $10 and $12.
TAYLOR, 112 -Nicely furnished sunny suites;
: also sunny single rooms; from $2 to $5 a week.
THE WALDORF, 24 Filth St.. near Market-
Select rooming house; telephone Mint 1792.
THIRD. 119 (The o a ks> -New nrst-claes up-to-
date rooming house: is now open.
; VAN NESS, 904— Elegantly furnished alcove
; and sinirle room: reasonable.
BOARDING AND ROOMS.
; AT 415 First St.— Nicely furnished rooms, with
board, $4 a week up; Swedish home.
CASTRO, C 44, near Nineteenth -Desirable fur-
nished housekeeping rooms, with bath.
j ELLIS, MS— Nicely furnished rooms with first-
class board; $20 per month.
GEARY, 721— Handsomely furnished rooms In
private farrfciy; good board; reasonable; refs.
, O'FARRELL. 74? — Pleasant sunny rooms; good
home cooking: single. $2K; double. $20.
: POWELL. 309 (Hotel Waldorf), facing Union
pq.— Furnished suHps and single rooms; In
business locality for table boarders.
! ROOM and board cheap. 646 Howard s-t.
! THE Longworth, 522 Geary— Sunny front suite
elegantly furnished; single rma.; table board.
! 1 OR 2 children to board, and room for par-
ents. 436 Minna st.
CHILDREN BOARDED.
' GOOD home for children, $S; Infants. $10 per
mo 210 Lexington aye., near Nineteenth at.
RESTAURANTS.
I WESTERFELDT'S Restaurant, coffee and Ice
i cream parlor. 1035 Market St.; popular prices.
STORES TO LET.
SEVENTH st.., opposite new Postofflce; store
i and 5 rooms; $20.
i SIXTH, 538— Store and 3 rooms; large yard;
rear entrance; rent $10.
A WEEK'S news for 6 cents— The Weekly Call.
16 pages. In wrapper, for mailing. $1 per year.
DENTISTS.
DRT'f. S. HIGGINS' Dental ParTorß?~~
Emma Spreckels bldg., 927 Market st.
Painless extraction a specialty; inferior
work done on 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.
! AT the ELECTRO DENTAL CLINIC, 809 Mar-
ket St., cor. 4th. rm. 7, Flood bldg., you can
have your extractions done painlessly; teeth
without plates our specialty; gold crowns,
i $3 f>o up; plates, extractions free, $4 50 up: of-
fice hours, 9a. m. to 10 p, m. ; Sunday, 9 to Si
p. m. G. W. WILLIAMSON. M.D.. Manager.
i DR. GEORGE W. LEEK, 20 O'Farrell St., cx-
i tracts and fills teeth painlessly by hts wonder-
ful secret method; crowns; $2; bridges, $4;
, rubber or flexible plates, $3; received 8 first
prizes; no students; guaranteed 12 years.
FULL set of teeth. $4; fillings. 25c jp; gold
crowns, $3; gold bridgte, $5 up; painless ex-
! traction guarnntee"d; plates repaired. NEW
YORK DENTISTS, 969 Mission St., cor. Gth.
VAN VROOM— Painless dentißtry; guarantee 10
years; lowest prices; 10 operators; no stu-
I dents; painless extraction by electricity. 997
Market st.
Dr7 LUDLUM HILL. 1443 Market si. 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. 8 Mason St., corner Market.
NEW YORK dentist, 969 Mission St., corner
Sixth.
OHIO Dental Parlors— Filling, f>oc up; crowns,
$3 up: open ev'gs. 850 Market, cor. Stockton.
SET of teeth without a plate. DR. H. G.
YOUNG. IS4I Polk st.
LOST.
LOST— Dark blue greyhound, white spot on
breast, Friday night; reward. C. ANDER-
SEN, 227 Second Bt., or 57 Clementina.
FORESTERS' badge, marked Court S. F. No.
7. A. R. PATERSON; suitable reward. 32
i Steuart st.
___,
; LOST— Black cocker spaniel dog with tag 2365.
Reward at 810 Geary st.
LOST or stolen- Bicycle, from entrance of Em-
porium. Reward at 2">S 13th f>t.; no questions.
FOUND.
For ND— Brown water spaniel dog. G. H
PORTER, Cal. Market, after 6 p. m.
FOUND— Sorrel mare; prove property and pay
! expenses. 1908 Greenwich st.
I FOUND— Pair fox terrier pups; prove property
: ajid pay expenses. lf>2n Greenwich st.
SEWING MACHINES.
$2 MONTHLY, rented; repaired bought, sold;
machine supplies. 145 Sixth; phone Mint 46.
AUTOMATIC, Domestic, Singer, White cheap;
repairing guaranteed. 1915 Mission, nr. 15th.
j ALL kinds bought aold, exchanged, rented; re-
i pairing at lowest rates. 503 Fourth st.
EXPERT OPTICIANS
GEO. MATERLE, German Expert Optician;
charter member American Association of Op-
ticians. 1071}* Market St.. S. F. ; examina-
tion free; open evenings.
IfIUDICAI*
A SURE, safe and speedy cure for all female
diseases; all those who are sick or discour-
aged 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, $6. No in-
struments used: satisfaction guaranteed or
money refunded, by MRS. DR. GWYER,
acent for Berlin Prescription Co.'s infallible
pills, 510 Eddy «t., bet. Hyde and Larkin; of-
fice hours, 10 to 12, 2 to 4 and 7 to S; Sun-
days, 4 to 8 p. m.
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
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. WTETH, 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.
ALL ladies— C only Dr. and Mrs. M. Davies,
true friends of all Invalids, men and women;
50 years' practice; safe and quick cure guar-
anteed: any disease or irregularity; disgrace
avoided; kind sympathy and aid: sure relief,
though else fail; delicacy, privacy, home,
etc.; babies adopted; travelers treated; no de-
lay; self-cure sent; call or write; free; confi-
dential. MRS. M. DAVIES. 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
MRP DR. KOHL. 1122 Market St.. between
Mason and Taylor; office hours, 9 to B and 7
to 8 p. m. ; Sundays. 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, $5; restores In 1 day and
prevent? disgrace: can be sent; consultation
free: ladles' phvsiolan, practice 37 years
DR. POPPER, 31K 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 fails to
cure; consult him first, save time and money:
treatment can be used at home; consultation
free. Call or write. 1023H Market st.
DR. WONG WOO, herb doctor; Chinese tea and
herb sanitarium. 764-766 Clay St.. San Fran-
clfco: all diseases cured exclusively by Chi-
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 la<ltes know "Seguro," the great-
est boon to them. Richards A Co., 406 Clay
st. ; $1 50. Send 2c stamp for circulars to Se-
guro Mfg. Co., 831 X St., Sacramento. Cal.
ALPEAU'S French pills, a boon to ladles with
female troubles; no danger: safe cure; J2 50,
expressed C. O. D. ; don't delay until too late.
OSGOOD BROS., Coast Agents. Oakland, Cal.
ALL female complaints cured in 24 hours; rPli-
able, safe, sure; maternity home: no instru-
ments; consultation free, confidential: home
treatment. $5. DRS. ALLEN. 228 Van Ness.
"MERITO"; safe; sure: a boon to married
ladles: write for circular or call Merlto Mfg.
Co., 227 I/eavenworth st.. San Francisco.
MRB. DR. WEGENER. 1312 Golden Gate aye. ;
private home in confinement.
DR. and Mrs. Wise, 1118 Market st.— lnstant re-
lief for monthly troubles or money back;ss up.
DR. WONG HIM. herb doctor, treats all dls-
prpps of the human body. 11" Mason St.
ml'sicaX Tnstrcments.
AS we are selling good upright pianos for J6
cash and |6 per month, we ask you to investl- j
gate and approve this method; prices are the
same as if purchased for all cash; bargains
In good second-hand uprights upon some easy
payments and some good pianos for $3, $4 and
$6 per month. SHERMAN, CLAY & CO.,
Steinway dealers, corner Kearny and Sutter
■ts., San Francisco, and Thirteenth and
Broadway, Oakland.
ABSOLUTELY the oldest and largest house
west of Chicago is KOHLKR & CHASE'S.
2*. 28 and 30 OFarrell 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
customer.
PIANO, furniture, billiard table, etc.; must be
sola P. D. Q. DAVIS. 1111 Market et., near
Seventh. Odd Fellows' building.
FOR sale — Upright Steinway piano in good or-
der; also Caiigraph typewriter No. 3. 1900
Vallejo st.
OUR specialty is renting n»w pianos; $2 50 per
mo. Scott-Curtaz Piano Co.. 560 Hayes st.
r7 7~~DANIELS~is~ now with BYRON
MAUZY, SOB to 312 Post st.
A— rPRIGHTS, «9 up: Installments, $5 75 up:
rents, $2 up (allowed on sale). Heine, 136 Eilis.
A NEW Chlckering and 3 Stelnways. Keeffes,
1019 Van Ness, nr. Geary: tel. Larkln 706.
BARGAINS— Another 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.
9OHMER, Byron Mauzy and other pianos. 308
Post st.
W. G. BADGER. 415 Sacramento st., agent for
Francis Bacon and Hallet & Davis pianos.
BARGAIN— Good upright cheap. SCHMITZ, 16
McAllister st., next Hibernla Bank.
KNABE pianos; new scale; new styles. KOH-
LKR A CHASE, 30 OFarrell st.
SUPERIOR violins, zithers, old and new. H.
MI'LI.ICK, mnker, repairer, 2 Latham place.
~ PRO PO VU.S.
PROPOSALS.
STATB PRISON SUPPLIES
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,
FOLEOM, until 9:30 a. m. SATURDAY,
17TH DAY OF JUNE. 1599,
At which times and places they will be
opened in presence of bidders, for furnishing
and delivering supplies for said prisons, con-
sisting of subsistence stores, forage, fuel,
clothing, medicines, lime, cement and other
staple supplies, from July 1, 1899, to June JO
1900, inclusive, on conditions as per printed
schedule, which will bo 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 fide dealers In
the classes of articles to be furplshed. Each
bidder must accompany his bid 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 payments 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 to reject any
or all bids as the public interest may re-
quire, and to order any quantity over or under
amount specified.
R. M. FTTZGERALD. President.
J. V. ELLIS. Cierk.
PROPOSALS—
Proposals for Hardware, plumbers' mate-
rials, lumber, paints, oils, etc., furniture,
fuel, stovepipe, stationery, library books,
physical, chemical and other apparaOi? 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 8:30 o'clock p. m., for fur-
nishing the School Department of this city
and county during the fiscal year 1599-IMO
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 flscnl year. In accordance
with specifications at the office of the Board
of Education, City Hall.
The parties to whom contracts are award-
ed will be 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.
SAN FRANCISCO. Cal., May 2". IR99— Sealed
proposals, in triplicate, will be received here
until 12 o'clock m.. Monday, June 26. 1599. 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 ths Pacific Coast, to extent of
consumption required by the public service
there. All Information furnished on applica-
tion to undersigned. Envelopes containing
bids to be indorsed "Proposals for
at San Francisco, Cal./' and addressed to J.
M. MARSHALL, Deputy Quartermaster Gen-
eral, U. S. A., Chief Quartermaster.
IMPROVEMENT of San Luis Obispo harbor.
Cal.— United States Engineer's office, Laugh-
lln building. Los Angelos. Cal.. May 27. 1899.
Sealed proposals for continuing construction
of breakwater at San Luis Obispo harbor,
Cal., will be received here until 11 a. m.,
June 27. 1899. and then publicly opened. In-
formation furnished on application. JAMES
J. MEYLER, Captain Engineers.
U. S. ENGINEER office, Flood building, San
Francisco. Cal., April 27. 1899— Sealed pro-
posals for dredging In Humboldt Bay, Cal.,
will be received here until 12 o'clock, noon.
May 29. 1599. Information furnished on appli-
cation. W. H. HEUER. Major Engineers.
CITY REAL ESTATHJ.
C. C. BEMIS, Real Estate and General Land
Agent. 524 Montgomery st.
Make offer — Northeast corner Twenty-sev-
enth and Douglass sts.; must be sold; "soxll4
feet.
2800— North line Carl St., near Stanyan; 50x
137:6 feet.
Residence and lot— North line Pacific aye.,
near Webster: lot 30x127 :5H feet.
In Berkeley— Corner lot; 8.7x150. with modern
house of 9 rooms.
IF your property is mortgaged and you need
more money Bee H. MURPHY. 630 Market st.
13000 CASH— Reduced from $4500; 50-foot lot:
northwest corner of Twenty-third and Dolores
rU. ; 2-story building, store and flat: a big
buy; will sell at above figure if sold within
10 days. GEORGE B. M. GRAY, owner, Hi
Ninth St., Oakland.
IF your property is mortgaged and you oeed
more money see H. MURPHY, «30 Market st.
ONE of the most complete houses ever offered
for sale; 455 Frederick, nr. Stanyan; contains
salon parlors, dining room, kitchen, 4 bay-
window bedrooms; finished basement; finely
decorated throughout. Owner on premises.
FOR salr— Very cheap, an elegant new dwell-
ing, containing 9 rooms and bath, with iin-
ished attic and basement; t"st marine and
park views; en Masonic aye., block above
Frederick st.
IF. your property is mortgaged and you need
more money see H. MURPHY, 830 Market St.
$2500— NEW modern 6-room eottaee. 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 r.alnted: on Lt-avenworth
et. Apply to 926 Washington St.
IF your property Is mortgaged and you need
more money see H. MURPHY, 630 Market st.
O. F. YON RHEIN & CO.,
IF you have lots north of Golden Gate Pjirk.
west of First aye., and you wiEh to sell.
then call on W. J. GUNN. 410 Montgomery st.
$1350— COTTAOE of 4 rooms and lot 27:6x100;
furniture Included. Diamond st., near 20th.
IF your property is mortgaged and you need
more money see H. MURPHY. 630 Market at.
COUNTRY REAL ESTATK.
F< >H sale or exchange for San Francisco in-
come property— A highly improved farm in
Sacramento County, 7 miles ea*t of Sacra-
mento, on railroad? 140 acres In bearing
vines, shipping and wine grapes; 50 acres in
bearing orchard shipping fruit; 30 acres in
new vineyard and orchard; 35 acres in alfalfa,
balance hay and grain: entire place under a
good state of cultivation; will be sold as a
whole or in 75, 100, 160-acre tracts. For
further information address J. E. MAN-
LOVE, Perkins, Cal.
FOR SALE — 12 acres bearing prunes at Los
Gatos; good buildings in large live oak grove;
view of Santa Clara Valley and San Fran-
cisco Bay; finest place for a summer home:
spring water; good reasons for selling. Ad-
dress A. I. It, box 315, Los Gatos, Cal.
FOR sale, cheap — Charming summer residence
and large grounds on Cowlchan Lake, Van-
couver '-iand; 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 18, Cotati, Sonoma
County, Cal.
NEW rich land near city; small and large
tracts; Kl5O acres sold to 120 families: 7500
acres left. For particulars of immense crops
raised In dry season of 1897-98 address THE
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 616, Call office.
FRUIT, grain and stock farms.
W. D. HOLCOM * ("0.. 20 Mon;tr"mer\- st.
MONEY tTO LOAN.
LOANS on furniture or. pianos In S. F.. Oak-
land or Alameda at lowest rates, without
removal; no commission; no delays. J.
NOONAX. 1017 to 1022 Mission St., above
Sixth; telephone South. 14. .
ANY amount at 6Vi 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, rra. 8.
HIGHLY respectable and private place to ob-
tain liberal advances on diamonds and Jew-
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.
BONELLI. Conservatory bldg.'.~ 130" Powell st.
REAL estate 6 per cent; 2d mortg., chattels,
undlv'd lnfts, etc. Harper & Kreiger, 312 Ex-
aminer building.
MONEY to loan on chattel mortgages and city
and country properties. A. M. SPECK & CO.,
667 Market st. ,
MONEY loaned salaried people on their notes
without lndorser. 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-
mission: private. LICK. 116 McAllister.
MONEY WANTED.
RESPONSIBLE party wants $1500; 1 year, 10
per cent; person worth $150,000 will Indorse.
Address box 763. Call office. '
OAKLAND ADVERTISEMENTS.
OFFICE— 9OB BROADWAY.
OAKLAND REAL ESTATE!.
$500 CASH, balance on time to suit buyer; a
lovely home; modern, up-to-date 2-story new
house of 10 rooms and bath; large lot: situate
in tropical Fruitvale, on Fruitvale aye., the.
center of attraction; electric cars pass the
door; close to a fine school; sewered and city
■water and gas; price all told $2000; easy pay-
ments; this is a fine buy. 455 Seventh St.,
near corner Broadway. Oakland.
H. Z. JONES. Owner.
OAKLAND FURNITURE FOR NALK.
AN introduction to you from H. Bchellhaas, the
furniture dealer. 11th nnd Franklin. Oakland.
—^^ — »— — — i —^j^— — ■
ALAMEDA ADVERTISEMENTS.
AtAMEDA nEAI. ESTATE.
$25 CASH, $5 60 monthly "till paid for; a now
3-room cottage; high basement; lot 50a236
feet; price all told $425; Westall Tract, in
tropical Fruitvale, adjoining East Oakland;
rich soil: grand view; superb climate; no outd
winds nor fojts here; electric cars and a 00-
-foot wide boulevard near; not far from a une
3-story schoolhouse; there are quite a numDor
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.
• ALAMEDA ROOMS AND BOARD.
HOME for ladles in delicate health; large
grounds; private. MRS. FUNKE. 1416 Bth st
BERKELEY REAL ESTATE.
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 j
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. G. MAY & CO., Berkeley."
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
MAGUIRE & GALLAGHER— James G. Ma-
gulre (ex-Congressman) and James L. Galla-
gher (ex-City and County Attorney) have
moved their law offices to the Parrott build-
ing, 825-855 Market st.; tel. South 215.
ADVICE free; R. W. King, attorney at law.
sixth floor. Chronicle building; no advance
charges: estates, mortgages, damages, attach-
ments, bankruptcy, all cases; wills, contracts,
etc., drawn; moderate fees' call or write.
NO charge unless successful; advice free: of-
fice open evenings from 8 to 9. HUGH C.
GRANT, room 604, Emma ■ Spreckels building.
ADVICE free; divorce law a specialty; private:
no fee without success; collections. G. W.
HOWE, atty at law, S5O Market, cor. Stocktn.
MRS.. CLARA FOLTZ. attorney »t law; pro-
bate and guardianship: Bth floor Crocker bldg.
L. S. CLARKE— Emma Spreckels building. 327
Market; consultation free: no fees In advance.
ADVICE free: no charge unless successful. W.
W. DAVIDSON. 927 Market st.
CO-PARTNERSHIP NOTICES.
NOTICE of "dissolution of copartnership— No-
tice is hereby given that WINFIELD 8.
DAVIS, BURT JL.. DAVIS and CARL A.
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 28, 1899.
CARL A. HENRY,
WINFIELD S. DAVIS,
BURT L. DAVIS.
HORSES.
40 HORSES for sale: also wagons, buggies,
carts, harness: Grand Arcade Horse Market,
BJ7 Sixth St.: auction sales every Wednesday.
SULLIVAN & DOYLE. Auctioneers.
JUST arrived, two carloads well-broken busi-
ness and work horses. Chase & Mendenhall.
successors Klllip & Co.; salesyard, 1732 Mkt.
SIX young draft horses for sale at 36 Hubbard
st. ; cheap.
FOR gale— 4o horses and mules at old Turk-st.
car stables. ISOI Turk st.
WAGONS AND CARRIAGES.
100 SETS second-hand harness: wagons, carts.
buggies, surreys and horses. 1140 Folsom at.
BIRTHS— MARRIAGES — DEATHS
Birth, marriage and death notices sent by
mail will not be inserted. They must be handed
in at either of the miblieation offices and be
indorsed with th«- name and residence of per-
sons authorized to have the published.
BORN.
LEVY-In this city, May 28, 1899, to the wife
of Edward P. Levy, a son.
MARRIED.
I KENT— CAME RON— in this city. May 27. 1899,
i nt Holy Innocents' Chapel, by the Rev.
: George Wallace, Frank B Kent and Flor-
ence ,T. Cameron, both of San Francis-"
DIED.
Antonett'l. Edward Oilman. John
Boyle, Louise A. Hoar. Annie E.
Beam, JT-nnie. Harrington, Joseph
Bailey, Henry. Hirshfeld, Mrs.
Craft. Lizzie Hill. John J.
Cramer, James T. Jones, George W.
Cohn. 11. Kreutzkainin, Anna
Delfs. Henry Miller. Magdalena A.
Fleming, Nora E. Malacarne, Catherine
Finn. Harriet Perkins, George H.
Grlndley, Dr. Thomas Rogers, Nellie I.
Whittle, Mary
■ ANTONETTI— In this city. May 27, 1899, Ed-
ward, beloved husband of Margaret Antonettl.
and father of Eddie. Lillie, Harry and
' Pearly Antonetti, a native of Copenhagen,
Denmark, aged 48 years.
' BOYLE An anniversary requiem mass for the
repose of the soul of the late Louise A. Boyle
i ; will be celebrated at St. Charles Borronaeo
Church. Shotwell and Eighteenth streets.
' I to-morrow (Tuesday), at 7:30 o'clock. Friends
1 are Invited.
1 ; BEHM— In this city. May 27. ISM, Jennie, be-
I loved sister of Emanuel, Sol P. and Al H.
1 I Behm. 'a native of Poland, aged 39 years.
; (CTFriends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Tuesday), at 10 o'clock, from the residence
of her brother, Emanuel Behm. 110% Oak
| street. Interment Hills of Eternity Cemetery
by 11:30 o'clock train from Third and Towns-
! | end streets.
; j BAILEY— In this city, May 27. 1899, Henry
Bailey, a native of lowa, aged 41 years.
(CTFrlenda and acquaintances are respect-
• . fully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
! (Tuesday), at 2 o'clock, from the parlors of
•• "J. S. Godeau, 305 Montgomery avenue, where
• ' services will be held under the auspices of
San Francisco Lodge No. 5, Fraternal Order
'. of Eagles. By order of president.
" ; GUSTAVE POHLMANN. Sec.
[■ CRAFT— In this city. May 26, 1899. Lizzie, be-
. loved wife of John G. Craft, daughter of Mar-
[ garet and. the late Lucas Haller, and sister
i of Mrs. J. Grundel and Emlle, Louis*, Mamie
and Annie Haller, a native of Napa. Cal.
i ICTFriends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral this day
(Monday), at 9 o'clock, from the residence of
i her mother. 240 Taylor street, thence to St.
1 Boniface's Church. Golden Gate avenue, near
1 Jones street," where a requiem high mass will
! be celebrated for the repose of her soul. In-
terment Holy Cross Cemetery.
' CRAMER— In this city. May 27. 1899, James T-,
, beloved- son of .Bernard and the late Kate
Cramer, and brother of Katie Cramer, a na-
. tive of San Francisco, aged 27 years 5 months
; and 5 days. . ■
- t • CTThe funeral will take place to-morrow
! (Tuesday), at 8:30 o'clock, from the residence
■ of . his father, 14 Ritch street, thence to St.
." I Patrick's Church, where a requiem high mass
■will be celebrated for the repose of his soul.
; commencing at 9 o'clock. Interment Mount
" Calvary Cemetery.
i COHN— In this city. May 27, 1899, H. Cohn, be-
[ loved husband of Henrietta Cohn. father of
' I Charles. Levi. Abe, Harry, Dave, Newton
1 and Alfred Cohn. Mrs. S. Cohn. Mrs. M.
Gooday, Mrs. M. Schwartz and Mrs. B.
Fischer, and brother of S. Cohn, a native of
Poland, aged 61 years.
Friends and acquaintances axe respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
', (Tuesday), at 10 o'clock, from his late resi-
I dence. 1252 Eddy street, and thence by 11:30
| o'clock train to New Salem Cemetery for in-
[ ! terment.
. I DELFS— In this city, May 28, 1899, Henry, dear-
. ; ly beloved husband of Laura Delfs, and
- I father of Walter H. Delfs. a native of Hol-
. ] stein, Germany, aged 57 years 4 months and
• I 15 days.. .
[CTFriends and acquaintances are respect-
l fully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Tuesday), at 2 o'clock, from his late resl-
' i dence, 665 Pine street, near Stockton. Inter-
ment Laurel Hill Cemetery.
i FLEMING— In this city. May 28, 1899, Nora E.,
daughter of the late John and Catherine
Fleming, and sister of Mrs. J. D. Sullivan, a
native of Worcester. Mass.
[CTFriends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Tuesday), at 8:30 o'clock, from the residence
of her sister. Mrs. J. D. Sullivan, 218 Fair
Oaks street, thence to St. James Church, cor-
ner of Twenty-third and Guerrero streets,
where* a solemn requiem mass will be cele-
I brated for the repose of her soul, commencing
at 9 o'clock. Interment Mount Calvary
! j Cemetery.
FINN— In this city. May 26, 1899. Harriet, be-
loved wife of John Finn, a native of Eng-
I land, aged 44 years.
[CTFriends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral this day
! (Monday), at 1 d'clock. from her late resi-
dence, 424 Linden avenue. Interment Cy-
press Lawn Cemetery, by carriage.
ORINDLEY— this clt" May 2S, 1599, Dr.
Thomas R. Grtndley. a native of Scotland,
aged 59 years - months and 16 days.
• OILMAN— the City and County Hospital,
May 2S. 1809, John Oilman, aged 61 years.
HOAR— In this city. May 27. 1599. Annie E.. be-
loved wife of the late Thomas D. Hoar, moth-
| er of Thomas D. Hoar Jr., and sister of Mrs.
R. M. Hyatt of Petaluma, Cal., a native of
Derby, England, aged 45 years.
, [CTFriends and acquaintances are respect-
,' ! fully invited to attend the funeral this day
. (Monday), at 2 o'clock, from the parlors of
Valente, Marini & Co., 1524 Stockton street,
between Green and Union. Interment I. O.
O. F. Cemetery.
HARRINGTON— this city. May 28, 1899, Jo-
! seph, beloved son of William and Mamie Har-
rington, brother of George, Lydia, Elsie and
the late Ruby Harrington, grandson of Mrs.
Eliza Fisher, and nephew of Joseph, Kitty
and Ida Fisher and the late William Clancy.
i a native of San Francisco, aged 11 months
and 7 days. ■" ..".'".'
lIIP.SHFELD— In Los Angeles. May 26. ISM.
Mrs. Hirshfeld, mother of Mrs. S. Brodek
and Herman. Marcus, Lesser and David
Hirshfeld, a native of Germany, aced 85
years.
ICTThe funeral will take place this day
(Monday), at 2:30 o'clock, from the under-
i taking narlors of McGinn Bros., 31 Eddy
street. Interment Hills of Eternity Cemetery,
by 3:30 o'clock train from Third and Town-
send streets.
HILL— In this city. May 23, 1899, John J. Hill,
i a native of Oregon, aged 36 years.
[CTFriends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral services
this day (Monday), at 2 o'clock, at the par-
i lors of N. Gray & Co., 641 Sacramento street.
Interment Laurel Hill Cemetery.
! JONES— In this city, May 27. 1899, George N.
I Jones, a native of New Brunswick, aged 6!
years.
< KREUTZKAMM— In this city, May 27, 1599,
Anna, beloved wife of William Kreutzkamm,
1 a native of Germany, aged 26 years and S
months. ■
ICTFriends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral this day
(Monday), at 2 o'clock, from the parlors of
Charles J. B. Metzler, 636 Washington street.
Interment Odd Fellows' Cemetery.
MILLER— In this city, of scarlet fever, Mas
27, 1899, at residence of her parents, 517 Sixth
avenue, Magdalena Azalla, dearly beloved and
youngest daughter of John C. and L. Maud*
Miller, a native of San Francis- ■.
Funeral services will be celebrated at
the chapel of I. O. O. F. Cemetery this daj
(Monday), commencing at 11 o'clock.
, MALACARNE— In this city. May "7. 1899, Cath-
erine Genevieve, dearly beloved child of Mag-
gie and Lawrence Malacarne, beloved grand-
daughter of Mr. and Mr-*. I. G. Tartini. and
niece of Kate. Hart and J. Rourke, aged !
years 5 months and 6 days.
ETThe funeral will take place this daj
(Monday), at 1:30 o'clock, from the residenci
of her parents, 516 Natoma street.
PERKINS— In Manila. August 7. IS9B, Georgi
Harold Perkins of Company B. First Cali-
fornia Volunteers, whose remains arrived ot
the Sheridan, a native of Nevada, aged 1*
. years and 1 month.
[[^■Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral this daj
(Monday), at 4 o'clock, from the Presidio
S Military honors.
! ROGERS— In this city. May 28. 1899. Nellie Isa-
belle, infant daughter of- Clarence and Jessli
Rogers, a native of San Francisco, aged !
months and 14 days.
WHITTLE— In this city. May 27. 1893. Mary,
beloved wife of James Whittle, and mother o;
Kite and Edward Whittle, a native of Countj
Clare, Ireland, aged 56 years.
Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral this das
(Monday), at 1:30 o'clock, from her late rest-
-1 dence. 61" Natoma st. Interment Mount Cal
vary Cemetery.
HENRY d. GALLAGHER CO.,
- Successors to Flanagan A Gallagher).
FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMEAI.MgRBj
10 Fifth at., opposite Lincoln ScbooL.
TtUcbon* South M.
McflVOY «fc CO.,
FUNERAL DIRECTORS & EMBALMERS.
1235 Market st, between co.,
FUNERAL DIRECTORS & EMBaLMERS.
1236 Market st, between £th and 9th.
' Telephone, South 247.
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