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MONEY" TO LOAN.
ANY amount on furniture, pianos, without re-
moval, or any other good security; payable
bark in installments or as a whole; If you
we a balance on the purchase price we will
pay It and carry th* loan .is long as you de-
slre; avoid red tape and publicity; see us first:
you will be waited upon quietly and quickly.
• 'all 6S-69 Donohce bldg., ill 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 1023 Mission st., above
Sixth; tolej'hone South 14. •
ANY amount of f,\_ per cent on real estate, 3d
nnd 2d mortgages, estates, real estate in pro-
bate; mort Sim ps and legacies .;.!*,' ; no de-
lay. R. McCOLGAN. 24 Montgomery , rm. 8.
HIGHLY respectable and private lace to ob-
tain liberal advances on diamonds and Jew-
elry at the lowest rates. Baldwin Jewelry
Store. 546 Market st.; telephone Main 1544.
CASH loaned to salaried people on note with-
out indorser. MORRELL, «09 Examiner bids
AT Nevada Loan Office, 214 Grant aye.— Money
loaned on diamonds, jewelry and thing.
ANY amount by private party on furniture and
pianos: no removal: low rates; confidential.
N'ELLI Conservatory bldg.. 130 well at.
$"«"> TO $50,000; lowest rates: lst and 2d mortgs.;
any proposition. DRYDEN. 413 Montgomery.
ON furniture, pianos, without removal: no
commission; private. LICK. 116 McAllister st.
MONEY" loaned salaried people on their notes
without indorser. TOCSLEY, 592 Parrott uldg.
IF your property is gaged and you need
more money see 11. MURPHY. 630 Market St.
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.
Ml SIC A L INSTRUMENTS.
AS we are selling good upright pianos for $6
cash and $6 per month, we ask you to investi-
gate and approve this method; pricoj, are the
same as if purchased for all cash:*nargains
same as tor all cash ;*b •
in good second-hand uprights upon same easy
payments and some good pianos for $3, $4 and
$.' per month. SHERMAN, CLAY & CO..
Steinway dealers. corner Kearny and Sutter
sts , San Francisco, and Thirteenth and
Broadway, Oakland.
ABSOLUTELY the oldest and largest house
ABSOLUTELY the arcest house
west of Chicago Is KOHLER & CHASE'S.
21. 25 and 30 O'Farrell St.: pianos, Bans and
all other musical Instruments of all grades
and rrices: terms easy, prices lowest; every-
thing possible done to please and satisfy the
customer.
HANDSOME, almost new, Steinway upright
sacrificed. Rm. 12. Flood bldg.. 4lh and Mkt.
TV. G. BADGER. 412 Sacramento st.. agent for
Francis Bacon and Haliett & Davis pianos.
GOOD piano In rage on sale cheap for cash.
WILSON'S STORAGE. 1710 Market St. _
A NUMBER of good second-hand uprights for
sale cheap at MAUVAIS' ■ 769 Market St.
A DECKER & SON. the piano for you to buy;
beautiful new style. V A IB* ■ 769 Market.
A BARGAIN — Steinway upright cheap.
BCHMITZ. 16 McAllister, next Hlbernla Bank.
A— sBs UPRIGHT piano in fine condition; also
the famous Hornung Bros. 216 McAllister st.
CHEAP Steinway upright; also the famous
irnung Bros.' pianos. 216 McAllister st.
$69 uo; installments. $S 7f, up:
A— UPRIGHTS. 569 up; installments. $5 75 up;
rents. $2 up (allowed on Eale). Heine. 136 Ellis.
SOH MER, Byron Mauzy and other pianos. 308
Post St.
WANTED— 2 Square Pianos and 4 Cabinet Or-
gans BYRON MAUZY. 30S Post st.
KN a pianos: new scale: new styles. KOH-
LER ft chase. SO O'Farrell st.
BUPERIOR violins, zithers, old and new. H.
MULLER. maker, repairer. 2 Latham place.
i_
OFFICES AM) STOKES — To Let.
OFFICES AND STORES — To Let.
$10— STORE, fixtures. 3 nice living-rooms and
cellar. 1008 Natoma St., near Eleventh.
EMMA SPRECKELS building. 927 Market St.—
Desirable offices, $12 50 to $20.
STORE to let suitable for barber shop, etc.
Inquire 621 Cailfornla st.
PALMISTRY.
MME. NEERGAARD. pupil of Count St. Ger-
main. Gl6 Geary St., above Jones; classes;
office hours. 1 toS p. m. : reading by mall. $1.
PERSONALS.
COMMERCIAL traveler, 25, desires acquain-
tance of refined woman; object, matrimony;
who is willing to reside in Alaska; references
shown and required. Box 3205, Call.
AM -"2. wealthy, but lonely; will marry bright,
amiable lady. MR. RICHARD, ?."»4 Calumet
aye. Chicago, 111.
NOTlCE— Business person going East on the
*i th inst. will attend ta any commissions in
the -ities of New York. Philadelphia, Boston.-
Address box 3234. Call office.
A— C. C. VAX EMAN. proprietor Fashion Hair
A -'■' EMAN n Hair
Ston*. Oakland, says the Star Hair Remedj
is all a:id more than its manufacturers claim
for it. We claim it restores gray air to •'.!, -
tural colur, -•*.-. cures dandruff, itch-
ing sc-alf. and grows new hair. Our claims
proved is proof that you should use The Star
Hair Remedy in preference to other ■ailed
restorers. Druggists and hairdressers sell lt.
Take no •her-
LEDERER'S QUINTONICA makes the hair
soft, glessy and beautiful. Is what lt claims
to br. a Hair Tonic; 3.".c a bottle. 123 Stockton.
REST assured that LEDERER'S hairdreaaing
is always the latest: -'• only. See^iis win-
dow display of beautiful hair combs of every
description at lowest price. 123 Seockton st.
LARGE list of lodging houses and flats: we
make a specialty of them. COAST EX-
CHANGE CO., 719 Market st.
MARY"— I Rot my handsome cape at the East-
crn Outfitting Co., 1306 Stockton, r.r. Broad-
way. There you can get most anything in that
line on easy payments; open evenings.
JOHN L. BOONE. Patent Trademark
Attorney at Law. and Copyright
No. 4 Sutter st.. Laws a Specialty
San Francisco, Cal. American and Foreign
Send for Circular. Patents Solicited.
ASSORTMENT of Imported and domestic rem-
nants for suits to order. . $10 75: pants. $3 75:
nothing higher. One-Price Tailoring Co., 1614
Market st.. under St. Nicholas Hotel.
ELECTRIC lights .in every room; Winchester
Hotel. 44 Third St., near Market: 700 rooms;
25c to $1 50 per night; $1 50 to $6 per week;
free 'bur and baggage to and from the ferry.
MME. LOUISE'S manicure parlor has removed
from O'Farrell to 132 Eddy st.
RUPTURE. " piles cured: examination free.
Drs Mansfield & Porterfield. 838 Market st.
A— LADIES' tailor-made suits to order at
wholesale figures. KRAMER, 2- Sansome st.
SCHOOL children and Mexican sombrero look
- nice together. Mexican Art, 114 Stockton St.
GOOD tailor-made suits at reasonable prices
by F. SCHOETTLER. 329 Kearny st. .
JAMES \ INSON. watchmaker and Jew-
eler, removed to 103 Sixth st., near Mission.
SUMMER bamboo furniture below cost to or-
der. K. TOSH] TANI. 313 Sutter st.
RUPTURE stricture cured: no knife; no Injec-
tion; guarantd. Dr. 00rd1n,514 Pine. ab'.Krny.
A~Ladie»*ior gents' clothing, furniture bought,
sold; tel. Mint 997. JACOBS. I*BB3 Folsom st.
SUITS to order on easy Installments. L.
LEMOS. 1117 Market St.. bet. 7th and Sth.
WANTED— OId gold for manufacng. <). Nolte,
Jeweler, ttt O'Farrell, bet. Powell & Mason.
CHEAPEST and beat In America— The, Weekly
Call 11 pages, sent to any address In the
United States, postpaid, for tl per year.
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
DR^OLIVB GRDVERj free treatment daily, 10
a.' m. and 12 m. 1206 Market st . room 6.
DR C C~ NNELL, offlce and residence,
1 02 1 , Market St.. bet. Sixth and Seventh.
REAL — OTI — ■"•» Sale.
PACIFIC AVENUE-ELEGANT RESIDENCE.
$22,600. PrS*'
LARGE LOT (11:4x127:5H.
This grand home, 2007 Pacific avenue, between
Octavia and Laguna streets, must be sold.
Contains 12 large rooms, every modern Im-
nrovement.
' Commands an unobstructed marine view.
Id in the immediate vicinity of all the fash-
ionable residence sites recently purchased on
Pacific avenue.
For an Inspection of the premises, call at our
offlce for an order.
A. J. RICH & CO..
• 112 Montgomery street.
rnTT 777TTT7T7rrrrrrriTri7777rTTT7T7] . . . . - $i3M
Wha't'is'it for the small sum of $,1360? A
new G-room house in Berkeley near Dwight-
wav- only $300 cash, balance $15 per month.
ENGLISH & lOICRIBSET. 630 Market st.
NE v-l ye °CIK7S ' i and' 10 ' «*» ' houses, ' finished
with ill'm'odcrn conveniences, fronting on
wilier Pierce and Primrose sts., Irons $3160
to $450-; terms to suit purchaser. F. NEL-
SON. Builder. ■ . .
IF you have lots north of Golden Gate Park.
Vest of Fir---t aye.. and. you wish to sell them.
call on W.i. GIJNN. -410 Montgomery at.
ForTsale-A fine cor. residence: 10 ™« and
bath; central location: price $7250; no agents.
Box '3210. Call offlce. ________t___mmm _ __ _— — —
REAL ESTATE— COUNTRY— **!•
SW4A6?2ir'a^sV?n-Solano County, bounded by
Cache Slough on west and south Prospect
Slough on east; Pri«fcfFEEe£^?HEßS.
m Montgomery St.. San Francisco. Cal.
RESTAURANTS.
WESTERFELD'S restaurant, coffee and ice
cream parlor. 1035 Market st.: popular prices
CAFE LfiELlv Geary st.: dinner ', to 7 p.
m. : Sunday, chicken dinner. 4 to 7 p. m.
ROOMS FOR HOUSEKEEPING.
A— SUITE 2 nice sunny rooms, complete for
housekeeping; furniture all new: 2 folding
beds, 1 In kitchen nnd 1 in bedroom: suitable
for ior 4 persons Apply at shoe Store. IW
. Mission st., bet. Ist and 2d sts.: rent 5- oQ
per week; $10 per month. __;
FIFTH, 309— New house; nicely furnished suite.
3 rooms; large kitchen: hot and cold water.
FIFTH, 353— Three connecting, housekeeping,
$13; two. $12; single rooms, $5 to $7.
FILLMORE, MM, near Clay-$l5; 5 clean sunny
rooms; bath; nice yard and water.
GEARY. 1917—4 nice unfurnished rooms; bath;
toilet: gas; yard: basement.
GROVE, 421, near Octavla— Nice single front
room; sunny yard; garden; $3 5". __^
HOWARD 704. corner Third— Nice sunny fur-
nished rooms, suites; also ; rooms for house-
ping; reasonable; transient.
IVANHOE, 1002 Polk. cor. Geary Light, clean,
sunny; fur. hkpg. suites (3 to^s r.).'-»lS up. re,.
LEWISES off Taylor, near Post— A newly fur-
nished bedroom and kitchen: stove; $11.
MARKET, 1028— I artre sunny front room and
kitchen; folding bed; closet, _______
McALLISTER, 405— Two sunny unfurnished
rooms: JS. • ' :X/
MCALLISTER, 40E Furnished parlor floor; 4
MCALLISTER, 405— Furnished parlor floor; 4
cr 5 rooms; 120 and $25. _ '
MINNA. 28 Sunny furnished front housekeep-
ing rooms, cheap rent. •
MISSION, 1729%. near Thirteenth 2 sunny fur-
nished housekeeping rooms, bath and laun-
dry^ J^ * ______
NATOMA. 645— Two or three sunny furnished
NATOMA, WL Tw or three sunny furnished
rooms, complete for housekeeping; 39 smd $15.
POLK I*27 — Sunny furnished rooms for house-
keeping; bath: private family; low rent.
ST JAMES. Laguna and McAllister—
sunniest In city; low rates; furnished or not.
SUTTER, 1111. nr. Larkin— Comfortably furn.
slngde suites; also hskpg. : terms reasonable.
TENTH. ItS, near Market— Large sunny front
room, with kitchen; Sil.
TWELFTH. 40. near Market— Nicely furnished
front room, with use of kitchen; $6.
TWO furnished rooms for housekeeping; rent $6
to single person. Key at 160 Clara st.
VAN NESS aw.. 400— Elegant sunny upper
floor; 3 rooms and bath: other rooms.
ROOMS TO LET Fnrn. nnd Infnrn.
A— BRUNSWICK House. 148 Sixth— Rooms,
25c to 31 per night; $125 to $5 per week, and
light housekeeping: open all night.
ABBOTSFORD (The), oor. Broadway and Polk—
Quiet and homelike; rooms bright and sunny,
single, suite; charges moderate; cars direct.
AT Hotel Francisco. Turk and Taylor sts.—
Homelike house; modern service; elevator;
bath; rooms. SOe to $1 50 day. MRS. J. KING.
AT 52 Second— Nice single, double and light
housekeeping rooms. $1 to $3 per week.
AT 39 Turk. cor. Taylor- New mangt.. renovat-
ed, sunny front bay-window rms. : transient.
AT New c, and, 246 3d— 200 Ist-, lass sunny rms..
15c to $1 day; Mc to $4 wk; also housekeeping.
AT the Sapphire, 413 Jones St., near Ellis— New-
ly furnished sunny rooms; reasonable rates.
BOHEMIA. 239 Sunny corner suit.- and
single rooms; all conveniences: gentlemen and
families; elevator; special rates to traveling
men. * ■ i
BURNETT, 1426 Market (old No. 1861)— Fu-
rnished rms., suites, single; also unfurnished.
CALIFORNIA, 1424— Rooms In fine private
house for gentlemen wishing comfort; morn-
ing coffee if desired; reasonable.
CARROLTON, 1206 Market, cor. Golden Gate
aye.— Sunny corner; well furn. rms. & offlces.
EDDY, 133 (United States Hotel)— Clean, neat
rooms, from $1 50 a week up.
ELLIS. New and elegantly furnished
rooms, en suite, double or single.
FERNWELL House,47 Post— New managem'nt;
all rms refurnished: suites and single: baths.
FIFTH. 39— Sunny, furnished rooms; double or
single; running water.
FOURTH. --- (Palm House)— First-class sun-
ny bay-window rooms; also single, $1 25 up.
GEARY, 402— Newly furnished sunny rooms and
suites. $2 per week' up; very desirable.
GEARY. 405 (The Navarre) Comfortable furn.
rooms; travelers accommodated. MRS. HYER..
GRAND SOUTHERN. SE. cor. Seventh and
Mission st?.— Sunny moms, en suite or single;
ladies' parlors; reading room; elevator.
HANCOCK House, 7SI Mission— Select family
rooming house. $1 .'i' to 36 per week.
HOTEL Grosevenor, 319 Sutter, nr. Stockton- !
Sunny suites, single rms.; elev.; free baths. j
HOWARD. 829— Furnished rooms from $1 per
week up; also housekeeping and transient.
MARKET. 1035. and 33 Fifth— New manage-
ment; fine sunny suites and single rooms.
MASON, llll— Large .nicely furnished rooms;
eas.
MINNA. 667. cor. Eighth— Newly furnished bay-
window room, $1 per week; transient.
"NEWPORT." 21 Franklin, nr. Market— Large
bay-win. rms. and single, $5 up; also hskpg.
O'FARRELL. 20— Sunny furnished rooms and
offices; elevator; electric lights; day, wk.. mo.
'WELL. 612 A —Nicely furnished rooms to
let reasonable; newly furnished. V
RINCON place. 28. off Harrison, bet. First and
Second— Room, fireplace; use of kitchen, bath-
room and washroom; yard; lady or man and
wife; no children.
ROYAL House, 126 Ellis st.— lncandescent
light. ■ reading- room, smoking room and
ladles' parlor; rooms, per night. 35c to $1 60;
week, $2 to $8; month. $* to $30; elevator on
office floor; rooms with hot, cold wat.; baths.
SHERMAN Apartment House, 28 Eighth St.,
near Market— Furnished and unfurnished.
SIXTH, 33. nr. Market. Hillsdale House— Ele-
gant furnished rooms: elevator; transient.
THE Oaks, 119 Third— A good rooming house
for good people. R. HUGHES, Proprietor.
THE Oliver. 965 Folsom. cor. Gth— Sunny corner
rms.. suites and single; gas: bath: new mngt.
SEWING MACHINES AND SUPPLIES.
$2 MONTHLY, rented; repaired, bought, sold;
machine supplies. 14." Sixth; phone Mint 45.
ALL kinds bought, sold, exchanged, rented; re-
pairing at lowest, rates. 205 Fourth st.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
THE HANK OF CALIFORNIA.
Notice Is hereby given to the stockholders
of The Bank of California that the Transfer
Books will be closed from SATURDAY, Au-
gust 26. to FRIDAY, September 1. IS9!\ both
dates Inclusive, on account of the special
meeting of the stockholders to be held on the
last named date. By order of the Board of
Directors. ALLEN M. CLAY, Secretary:
PILES— PETER FREILING'S pile sale. $1
per box: warranted to cure all cases of bleed-
ing, Itching, external. Internal or protruding
piles without fall, no matter of how long
Standing. 1628 Devisadero St., near Sutter.
BAD tenants ejected for $4; collections made:
city or country. PACIFIC COLLECTION
CO.. 415 Montgomery St., rooms 9-10; tel. SCJ6.
ROOMS papered from $3; whitened. $1 up;
painting done. Hartman Paint Co.. 319 3d st.
STORAGE AND WAREHOUSES.
i ALA. Storeage Warehouse. F. SMITH, prop.,
722 Mission: goods guaranteed; tel. Clay 25.
PIERCE-RODOLPH Storage and Moving. Co.
Office, 401 Post, cor. Powc' : tei. Main 5713.
ALAMEDA ADVERTISEMENTS.
ALAMEDA REAL ESTATE.
FOUR elegant new up-to-date 2-story houses
of 7. 8 and 9 rooms and both each; firs tela.
neighborhood: near school and stations-.; street
work all complete; from $3000 to $4000; only
$500 cash and $25 and $30 per month; great bar-
gains; cheap lots for cash and houses to let
In all parts of Alameda. - - — .
$2200— Lot 50x150; $200 cash and $20 per month;
fine, nearly new cottage; In a good neighbor-
hood: near High School and station.
$2500— Let' 35x115, with elegant residence of 8
rooms; In fine condition; macadamized street;
near station and school;- great bargain; worth
$3500: any terms; same as rent.
$2600— Lot 40x207:6: fine, new. modern *-room
cottage; near High School and station; $500 cash
and $26 per month. . ; , ,
$1000— 25x125; cottage Of 5 rooms; street
work complete; near station; easy terms.
$1600— Lot 83:4x108; with a fine • modern ■ cot-
tage of 5 rooms and 'bath:- nice garden: street
work all done: near station and school; $100
cash, balance $20 per month.
' $2850— $500' cash, balance $25 per month; lot
40x150, -with new up-to-date cottage of 7 rooms
and bath; between broad and narrow gauge on
Morton ; st. . .
$3250 -$5OO cash, $25 per month; leas than
rent; lot 4Cx159: elegant. new 2-story, 8 rooms
and bath, on Morton st., near Morton-st. sta-
tion' best bargain in Alameda: elegant resi-
dences on . Santa Clara ay». and Central aye.
at a bargain. . 1
Houses to let in all parts of Alameda.
H. P. MOREAL & CO..
. - Pp-7 ■ 1432 Park st.. Alameda.
ABOUT finished, modern 8-room house, choic-
est location: also modern cottage 8 rooms;
lots F0x150; easy terms. Apply 1518 Mozart
et. Mastlck station.
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, MONDAY. AUGUST 28. 1899.
ALAMEDA ADVERTISEMENTS.
■ ALAMEDA ROOMS AND BOARD.
HOME for ladies in delicate health: targe
grounds; private. MRS. DR. ri'NKE. 1416 Sth.
BERKELEY ADVERTISEMENTS
BERKEIIY ABypTISMTS
berkeley real ESTATE.
hTllegass TRACT.
within 6 minutes from university. j
5 minutes from station.
lots iso FEET in DEPTH.
The cheapest, choicest property in Alameda
County.
Apply to JOSEPH J. MASON,
Real Estate, Berkeley Station.
THE BEAUTIFUL MAGEE TRACT.
The only true street to Oakland Is Grove st.
We have lots 50x12714 on Grove st— ln fact. 12
blocks that are for sale— the market, and
will be the business part of Berkeley : do not
miss the opportunity; now Is the time: pur-
chase at once one of these lots. The sole !
agent. D. J. TOBIN, 2121 Stanford place, op- I
posite Berkeley Station.
100 ACRES for sale In subdivisions to suit in I
Lafayette, Contra Costa County, 13 miles
from Oakland, on county road: Santa Fe |
Railroad runs through the property: no fog: I
no wind; flne sell; .finest hay and fruit in I
country comes from there: send for map and i
particulars.. D. J. TOBIN. sole agent. 2121
Stanford place. Berkeley; Red 204; residence,
Red 121. - i j
BERKELEY ROOMS.
4-ROOM cottage for rent: $10; the new ar.d
complete furniture of which for sale, $75. Ap-
ply A. M. EWING, 2137 Dwight way. Berke-
ley. ,
FRUITVALE ADVERTISEMENTS
FRUITTALE ABYEBT ISEMENTS
FRMTVALE REAL -oTATE.
LARGE level lots. $400: only $25 down: street |
work done: sewers, water, gas, flne school I
close by: near railroad station and Oakland
electric line: half-hourly trains to city: 5c i
fare; glorious climate: build a home to suit
yourself; ea. v payments: no city taxes. SYN-
DICATE INVESTMENT CO.. Fruitvale sta.
OAKLAND ' ADVERTISEMENTS.
OFFICE— OO3 BROADWAY.
OAKLAND REAL ESTATE.
124x130 FEET, with neat cottage: right in town;
choice locality; reduced fr m $3500 to $2000 for
quick sale. E. E. ! 'V K. 90S Bdwy. Oakland.
$10,000— established business. Apply to E.
E. BUNCE. 908 Broadway. Oakland.
OAKLAND FURNISHED ROOMS.
ELEGANT front bay-window suite, suitable for
doctor; large lawn. 715 Eighth st.. Oakland.
OAKLAND ROOMS AND HOARD.
ELDERLY gentleman, lady or invalid, to room
and board: Beulah Park; every comfort: 2 in
family: perfect climate; no fogs. E. E.
BUNCE. 2.'-x Broadway. Oakland.
OAKLAND FIR.. ITURE FOR SALE.
AN Introduction to you from H. Schellhaas, the
furniture dealer, Ilth and Franklin. Oakland.
~~ DIVIDEND NOTICES.
DIVIDEND NOTlCE— Dividend No. 96 (fifty
cents cer share) of the Oceanic Steamship
Company, will be payable at the office of the
company. 327 Market St., on and after Fri-
day, September 1. 1898. Transfer books will
close on Saturday. August 26. 1599. at 12 ,
o'clock m. E. H. SHELDON. Secretary.
BIRTHS— MARRIAGES—
Birth, marriage and death notices sent by I
mall will not be inserted. They must be handed
In at either of the publication offlces and be I
Indorsed with the name and residence of per- :
sons authorized to have the same published.
MARRIED.
MICHEL— KENNEY— In this city, August 27, \
1599, Fred A. Michel and Florence Kenney, j
both of San Francisco.
.____—^— — — — — — — -— — -^^— ;
BORN.
BORN.
RTNZ^In this city. August 18, 1899, to the
wife of William Blnz, a son.
FERGUSON— In Boca. Cal., August 23. 1599, !
to the wife Of Frank J. Ferguson, a son.
HEISE— In this city, August 22. 1899, to the
wife of Henry Helse, a son.
WHITE— In this city, August 9, 1899. to the
wife of W. L. White, a son.
______ DIED
DIED.
Abrahamson. Anora Johnson, Charles W.
Abrahamson; Anora Johnson. Charles W.
'Baker, Catherine Kean, William
Beck. F. Wallace Leary. John C.
Brown, James B. Matter, Jacob
Chapman, Harriet R. McGarry, Genevieve
■.an. Dennis P. Medal roe, Antonio J.
Danforth, George S. Miller, Mollle E.
Davis, Mrs. Delia. S. Moran. Murietta J.
lii ran. Catherine Morton. Mrs. Laura
Elliott, Edward G. Myers. Fannie G.
Ferguson, Francis P. Schlstek. Frank
Flynn. Mrs. Mary Schonfeld, August
Godchaux, Luclen Thompson. William J.
Hinkle, Dr. John M. Winthrop. Paul
ABRAHAMSON— Alameda, August 26, 1899,
Anora B. Abrahamson. beloved mother of
Mrs. Charlotte Swan ami Frank B. and John
A. Abrahamson. and mother-in-law of Fred-
crick Swan, a native of Gottenburg, Sweden,
aged •',•. years. 9 months and 2 days.
(CTFriends and acquaintances are respect- I
fully Invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Tuesday), at II o'clock, from the residence,
610 Taylor avenue. Interment Odd Fellows'
Cemetery.
BAKER— In this city. August 25, lSf'9, Cath- |
erine Baker, beloved wife of the late Henry I
H. Baker and mother of Mrs. John J. Good- i
man. Mrs. Ada Lyons and William. Harry,
Alfred and L»x> Baker, a native of Ireland.
BECK— Watsonville. April 27. 1899, F. Wal-
lace, beloved husband of Ma ret Beck, son
of Thomas and Emmellne Beck and brother
of W. A . Newton and Minnie Beck. Mrs.
H. A Parrish, Mrs. W. H. Reilly and Mrs.
Fred W. Boole, a native of Santa Cruz,
aged 43 years.
BROWN— In. this city. August 26. 1899, James
B. Brown, beloved father of Lizzie Brown and
brother of William F.. Patrick H. and Jo-
seph V. Brown, a native of San Francisco, '■
aged 45 years 9 months And 1 day.
(LX Friends and acquaintances are respect- i
fully Invited to attend the funeral to-morrow i
(Tuesday), at 10 o'clock, from the residence
of his brother. W. F. Brown, 18 Laurel place, i
between Folsom and Harrison streets. In- I
terment Cypress Lawn Cemetery.
CHAPMAN— In Paneete. Tahiti. Society Isl-
ands, Harriet Richmond, wife of Captain
Benjamin F. Chapman and mother of Charles
Chapman of Benicia, Cal. (Brooklyn and i
New York papers please copy.)
COLEMAN— In this city, August 25, 1899, Den- I
nis I., l^loved son of Daniel and the late
Abbie Coleman, and brother of John and Dan-
iel Coleman, a native of San Francisco, aged
23 years 8 months and 10 days.
, Friends and acquaintances are respect-- ;
fully Invited to attend the funeral this day
(Monday), at S:3O o'clock, from his late resi-
dence, 119 Junlner street, thence to St. Jo-
seph's Church, where a requiem high mass
will be celebrated for the rep so of his soul at |
9 o'clock. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.
DANFORTH— In Oakland. August 26. 1899,
George S.. beloved husband of Susie D. Dan- ,
forth, and father of Alice O. and Harry D.
Danforth, a native of Boscawen, N. H., aged
72 year? 3 months and 20 days.
inTFriends and acquaintances are respect- |
fully Invited to attend the funeral this day i
(Monday), at 2 o'clock, from his late resl- I
dence, 1368 Brush street, Oakland. Interment ;
private.
DAVIS— In this city. August 26. 1899, Mrs. !
Leila Stevenson Davis, wife of R. 1). Davis, I
and sister of Mrs. Dr. J. W. Stitt. Mrs. Frank
H. Ruck, Mrs. Henry A. Heiibron. Mrs. Dr. I
S. Terrlll and Andrew Stevenson.
[CFuneral at Vacaviile this day (Mon-
day), at 2. o'clock.
DORAN— In this city. .August 20. 1899. Cather-
ine, relict of the late William Doran, and
beloved mother of F. E.. J. R.. D. G.. R. 11.
and Teresa Doran, Mrs. J. J. McLaughlin,
Mrs William Maxwell and Mrs. J. Watson.
a native, of County Meatli. Ireland, seed 63
years 5 months and 11 days.
iCTFriends and acquaintances are respect- '
fully invited to attend the funeral this dny
• (Monday), at 10 o'clock, from her late resi-
dence, 1009 Pacific street,' thence to St. Fran- ,
cis Church, where a solemn requiem mass will
be celebrated for the repose of her soul, com-
! mencing at ' 10:20" O'clock. Interment Mount
Calvary Cemetery.
ELLIOTT— In this city. August 27. 1899, Ed-
ward. G., beloved brother of Jasper and Rob- j
crt Elliott and a member of Court Justice,
No. 16, F. of A., a native of West New
.Annan. Nova Scotia, aged 44 years. •
CCT Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Tuesday), at 1:30 o'clock, from his late resi- I
dence, 1655*4 Mission street, between Twelfth
and Thirteenth. Interment Mount Olivet !
Cemetery, * via electric : funeral car from j
Fourteenth and Mission streets, at 2 o'clock. !
\ HtNRY d. GALLAGHER CO.,
(Successors to Flannagan & Gallagher).
FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. I
20 Fifth St., -opposite Lincoln School.
. Telephone South SO.
/WcAVOY «fc CO..'
FUNERAL DIRECTORS & EMBALMERS, ;
1235 Market st.. between Sth arid Sth.
Telephone South 247. ■
-M _S-S___a_->iiMM«Mwia<BaMaMßaßß>ai
COURT Justice, No. 16, F. of A.— The officers
and members of Court Justice No. 16, F. of
, A., are hereby notified. to assemble at 16354.
" Mission street to-morrow (Tuesday), at 1:15
o'clock, for the purpose of .conducting th-.
funeral of our late brother, Edward G. El-
liott By order of
CHARLES WEHR JR.. Chief Ranger.
A. F. BRINKMAN, Financial Secretary.
FERGUSON— In Boca, Cal.. August 25, 1839,
Francis Patrick, Infant son of Frank J.
and Nellie Ferguson. . . * . -
FLYNN— In Oakland, August 24, 1893. Mrs.
Mary Flynn. beloved sister of Mrs. J. W.
Powers, a native of Ireland, * aged 65 years.
(Lowell. Mass., papers please copy.)
I^TThe funeral will take place this day
(Monday), at 9:30 o'clock, from St. Peter's
Church, Alabama street; between Twenty-
fourth and Twenty-fifth, San Francisco. In-
terment private, Mount Calvary Cemetery.
GODCHAUX— In this city.' August 27, 1899,
Lucien. . beloved son of Adolph and Sophie
Godchaux and brother of Mrs. Sylvain Salo-
mon and Helen, Rebecca, Josephine, Edmund
and Mrytle Godchaux. a native of San Fran-
cisco, aged 33 years and 10 months.
(£7"FTlends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
' (Tuesday), at 10 o'clock, from th» family
residence, southeast corner of Broadway and
Buchanan street. Interment Home, of Peace
Cemetery by 11:30 o'clock train from Third
and Townsend streets.
HINKLE— In Oakland, August 26. 1899. Dr.
John Mortimer Hinkle. beloved husband of
Elizabeth V. Hinkle. and father of Mrs. Eve-
lvn Hinkle Ames, a native of Carlisle. Ind.,
aged 72 years 4 months and 12 days. (In-
. Diana and Illinois papers please copy.)
IC?-Funeral services will be held this day
(Monday), at 1:30 o'clock, at his late resi-
dence. 1504 FrAnklin street. Oakland. Inter-
ment 'private, Mountain View Cemetery.
JOHNSON In this city. August 27. 1899.
Charles William Johnson, a native of Mm
neapolis, Minn., aged 27 years 10 months and
S days.
E?"Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Tuesday), at 2 o'clock, from the funeral
parlors of Porter & White, 122 Eddy street.
Interment Laurel Hill Cemetery. >-
KEAN— In Dayton, Nev.. August 26, 1839, Wil-
liam, ooloved husband of Jennie R. Kean
and son-in-law Of Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Armer. a native of Germany.
inTFriends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the luneral this day
(Monday), at 11:30 o'clock, from Third and
Town-send streets. Interment Hills of Eter-
nity Cemetery, where services will be held
at the mortuary chapel.
LEARY— In this city, August 26. 1893, John
C. Leary, beloved husband of Johanna Leary
and beloved father of Annie, Cornelius and
Mary Leary, a native of Ireland, aged 54
years.
MATTER— In this city, August 26, 1599, Jacob.
beloved husband of Elizabeth Matter, and
father of Robert. Nicholas, Herman and Liz-
zie Matter, a native of Switzerland, aged 56
years.
Fri ends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Tuesday). at 10 o'clock., from bis late resi-
dence, 333 Jersey street, between Twenty-
fourth and Twenty-fifth. Interment Cypress
Lawn cemetery.
McGARRY'— In Dos Angeles. August 25, 1599.
Genevieve Reardon McGarry-
MEDEIROS In Oakland. August 2". 1599, An-
tonio J. Medelros, commonly known as Tony
Williams, beloved son of Antonio Enoa-Roae,
and brother of Manuel, Mary and Lizzie Me-
delros, a native of Oakland, aged 21 years 6
months and 8 days.
*L7"Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral services
this" da;.. (Monday), at > o'clock, at his
late residence, 1-63 Atlantic street, thence
to St. Joseph's Portuguese Church, where a
requiem mass will be celebrated for the re-
pose of his soul, commencing at 10 o'clock.
Interment St. Mary's Cemetery.
MILLER— In this city, August 2.". 1899. at her
residence, 2411H Howard street, Mollle E..
beloved wife of W. C. Miller, and daughter of
Patrick and Ann Smith of Cloverdale, a na-
tive of California, aged 24 years. .*-.•
CT'The funeral will take place this day
(Monday), at 9 o'clock, from the Church of
St Charles Borromeo, where a solemn re-
quiem mass will be celebrated for the repose
of her soul. Interment private.
MORAN this city, August 26, 1893. Muri-
etta J., beloved and youngest daughter of
Thomas F. and Caroline Moran and sister of
Martha Mr. ran, a native of San Francisco,
aged 1 year 4 months and 14 days. •
MORTON— In this city, August XI, ISM, Mrs.
Laura Edwards Morton, widow of the late
Dr. Thomas M Morton, daughter of the late
Colonel Philip L. Edwards and mother of
Mary M. Morton, aged 58 years.
IXTFuneral at Sacramento to-morrow
; (Tuesday), on arrival of the morning train.
' MYERS- In this city. August 28, 1899. Fannie
: G. Myers, a native of Washington, D. C,
aged 41 years.
, SCHISTEK In Golden Gate. .Alameda County.
Cal., August 27. isn;i. Frank, beloved son of
Peter and Anna Schlstek, a native of Golden
I Gate, aged '■ years 4 months and 20 days.
SCHONFELD-In this city. August 26. 1893,
August, beloved husband of Maria Schonfeld,
j father of David and Elsa Schonfeld, brother
of Mrs. A. D. Trost and David and Louis'
I Schonfeld, and son-in-law of Adam Wagner,
• a native of Frankenberg, Hesse-Cassel. Ger-
I many, axed 37 years 10 months and 3 days.
Now Tors papers please cr_)y.)
CT* Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Tuesday), at 2 o'clock, from San Francisco
Turn Hall, 323 Turk street, where funeral
services will be held under the ausnices of
the San Francisco Turn Verein. Remains at
the parlors of H. F. Suhr & 'Co.. 1137 Mis-
sion street, between Seventh and- Eighth.
Interment Odd Fellows' Cemetery.
THOMPSON— In this city, August 26, 1899,
William J., beloved husband of Annie
Thompson, a native of Nova Scotia, aged 60
years.
(Ty Friends and acquaintances are respect-
ItyFrienda and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Tuesday), at 1 o'clock, from B'nai B'rith
Hall. i.l Eddy street, under the auspices of
Pacific Lodge No. 136. F. and A. M. Inter-
ment Mount Olivet Cemetery. Members of
Aurora Lodge. K. and L. of H. ; Ivy chap-
• ter. Eastern Star, and Myrtle Council, A.
L. of 11 , are Invited to attend.
WINTHROP— In this city. August 26. 1899.
Paul, youngest and beloved son of Isaac and
Margaret Winthrop, a native of San Fran-
cisco, aged 1 year 1 month and 5 days.
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
PALACE HOTEL.
H D Lausen. Oroville A Ingraham. L Ang
P J Kennedy, Vallejo Stiber. Stanford
Mrs P J Kennedy, Cal| Mrs M J Hartman, Mo
A Oreathead, Cal Miss M 8 Hartman,
H P Brayton, Cal Mo
H Cronemeyer, N V W M Garland, L Ang
Mr Wolf. Berlin Mrs W M Garland, L
A C Kuhn, S Jose Ang .--;.-^
X P Babbitt. Colo A Q Draper, Colo
M Leonard, S Cruz F Ooodchild. England
R de Soils. N V Mrs F Goodchild, Eng-
A W Stone, S Mateo land
W J Bliven. S Jose II C Greenbel. Cal
Mrs W .1 81l yen. Cal D Greenbel. Cal
H S Morse, Alameda Miss M White, Cal
Mrs 1! S Morse, Cal Miss V White, Ca]
H Q Hahnmann. Cal j *-. L Holmes, Cal
C Cook. Cal Mrs C N Stony. L Ang
F Foil/. Seattle Miss Reardon. L Ang
N C Wilson. Arizona N D Nock, w & d,
H S Creighton. Cal , Chirac
J Pownlng. Cal Dr C W Fox & w, Cal
Mrs J E Merritt. Cal J Glllen, Cal
Miss Belknap. Carson W H BanKs, Ohio
F W Swanton, S Cruz J A Robinson, Cal
J Bishop. Cal W E Bailey. L Ang
Mrs J Bishop. Cal W G Taylor. L Ang
J F Carrere, Sacto W.H Routledge, Lon-
C a Sherwood N V don
P Van Lith. N V T Banning, London
Mrs W T Heffernan, H J Gosse & w. Reno
Arizona Mrs Buford, N V
Mrs J Ingraham, L A.
. . : . GRAND HOTEL. .
W B Backer & W. CallC X < 'adman, Pinole
W Phlgley & W, Gilroy Mrs I Ingraham. L A
H A Cummings. Oakld A Ingraham, Log Ang
Sophia James. Oakland D C Collier, 8 Diego
J H Morton, Redding G L Cobb, Cal
A Schlaglntwest, Cal Mrs J A Cunningham
Ii: J Glllen. N York j & d. Sacramento
A G Bpnninger &w, T Clark, Placerville
Cincinnati ,-T Gieraus, Jamestown
C Thicbes & w. Cinntl IT C Copeland, L Ang
a c Huhn & w, Cal W Dlnamo-- Cal
Mrs L Hamlin, S Cruz Plppy. Palermo
W i, Qossard, S. Jose E <* Peart, Colusa
Mrs A A Ward. Seattle R S Brown. Petaluma
Dr A L Tibbits, Cal J E Brandon, Petalma
W D Shonefelt. Sacto W E Welch, Colusa
Miss A Kennedy. Cal E M Welch, Colusa
A W Whitney. L Ang ,A J Davis. Colusa
Mrs LII Jansen. Ind D W Burchard, S .Tone
Mis- Jameson. Ind I «v" H Lumsden. Oakld
Mrs J R Leonard. Ind T Cunningham, Oakld
Miss M O'Brien. Mo Miss Kennedy, Sacto
c E Taylor & w. Ariz W T Barry, Castroville
Miss M Baker. Tex A B Bush, Los Ang
W T Heffernan &w, N Black-stock. Cal
Yuma '• A Brown & w, ('al
H B.Kksin Jr. Cal IS Martlnelll. Cal
J Doan, Fortuna L Martlnelll, Cal
T G Hoiiingberg. Cal M Leonard. s Cruz
II Sexton, Ventura E Donnelly. Jersey City
Miss (t Greer. « 'nimbus I Rade. Dkiah
Miss M Greer. Colmbus C N Tuller, Los Ang
NEW WESTERN HOTEL
B Fisher. San Jose A S Kelly,' Suisun
B Fisher. San Jose |A S Kelly, Suisun
W E Empey, Sacto H Frledel, San Jose
C P Pickett, Sacto I A Donahue, Benicia
G Marcno, Marysville S Machlda. Japan
E C Oakley. c.illstoga Miss M Raynor, Colo
P Flguero ft w, Los A Miss Z Fugard. Colo
C Figuero. Stockton Capt Bingham, Fresno
C Gordan, San Jose I J Clancey, Vallejo
R Crabtree, San Jose w L Raskins. Fklah
S Handnll, Manila ,\V G Walker, Mo
J Mulroy. Berkeley
■ ♦ * . .
Close of the Triduum.
The triduum, or three days' devotion,
came to a close last nipht. This festival,
which is meant as a consecration of all
Catholics to our Lord, is held at different
times of the year in different parts of the
world. It is a final dedication of thanks-
Bivlnjf for blesslngs^and favors of the
past, and is intended to be a fitting spirit
ual close for the century. It has nothing
to do with the coming year. That is to
be signalized by the promulgation of a
jubilee. The trlduum has been observed
In the conventional establishments during
the past week, and In the churches during
the last three days, ending last night at
vespers with the act of solemn consecra
tion.
LOTTERY DRAWING.
OFFICIAL DRAWING i
OP THE *
LOTTERY j
t
OF THE (
OF THE *
BEIFICENGIA PUBLIC! |
The 127 th Ordinary Monthly Drawing. (
CLASS "II." (
Drawn in the City of Mexico, on August 24, <
1899.
SPECIAL NOTICE. !
The public Is cautioned to beware of con- .
cerns claiming to operate lotteries in the City ■
of Mexico, or at any other point In the Re- ■
public of Mexico, as all such concerns are ,
fraudulent. The lottery of the Benelleencia | .
Publics is the only one authorized and in- 1 .
dorped by the Mexican National Government. ■ ■
Beware of spurious Imitations and see that 1 •
all tickets are signed by A. Castillo, Inter- ; .
venor, and l". Bassetti, Manager, as none oth- | ,
ers are genuine. ■ '
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LOTTERY DRAWING.
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72541 20 72740 40172794 20 1
72505 40 7294S 100 7:967 20
7307S 40 73091 20:73213 20 1
732*33 73347 20 73383 20 I
73396 100173403 2073447 200 I
73624 100173929 40 73987 40 j
74022 20 74054 500 74147 20
74152 20 74181 20 71267 20
74618........ 100 i 74629 40 74659... 20
74661 40 74770 74775 200
74988 20 75016 500 75047.. 40 1
75081 40175145 40 75252 200
75393 40175493 20 75519 20 '
73670 4076827 20 76836 20 1
76011 100 76033 40 76223 20
76699 * 4076856..: 2C!7CSfii 20 I
76877 20 76985 40177054 40
77095 100 77125 2- 77:123 40 j
77606 200 77614 20177677 100 1
77943 2078667 20178138 40
78274........ 20 78379 20i7840l) 100
78449 2078517 100 7*550 40
78379 78610 20178549 40
78866 80(78808 40178923 20
78937 4079235 20 79293 40 :
7936S 20179504 40179524 20
79615........ 200 70668 100175759 20
79591 40179993 20!
APPROXIMATION PRIZES. :
100 numbers from 2'os*; to 2SISS Inclusive,
being 50 numbers on 'each side of the number 1
drawing* capital prize of $50,00". 160.
-ICO numbers from 41276 to 41*76 Infln-'v*.
being 50 numbers on each side of the number ,
drawing capital prize of (20, W *>40.
100 numbers from 3253S to 32938 inclusive.
being 50 numbers on each side of the number
drawing* capital prize of £0,080, $20.
TERMINAL PRIZES.
799 numbers ending with 3S, being the last 1
two figures of the number drawing the capital !
prize of $60,000, $20.
799 numbers ending with 26. being the last two
figures of the number drawing the capital prize
Of $20,000, $20. ____
No. 2SI3S draws first capital prize of $60,000, .
sold In San Antonio, Texas.
No. 41326 draws second capital prize of $20,000,
sold in Meridian. Miss.: Kansas City, Mo.
No. 32S8S draws third capital prize of $10,000,
sold In Tnrreon, Coah.. Mexico City.
No?. 9277, 20675, 35859, 51883 and 66839 draw
each $1000, sWd In Altoona, Pa.: Chicago, III.;
Fort Worth, Tex.; Memphis, Term : Guada-
lajara. Jal.; Guanajuato. Gto.; Mexico City.
Sao Francisoo, Cal.; Beaumont. Tex.; San
Francisco, Cal.; San Antonio, Tex. .
The regular monthly drawing. No. 128. with
capital prize of $60,000, will take place on Sep-
tember 28, 1899.
Wholes, $4; halves, $2; quarters, $1; eighths,
50c; sixteenths, 25c, United States money.
ANTONIO PEREZ.
For the Treasury Department.
U. BASSETTI. Manager.
AFOLIXAK CASTILLO.
. Intervenor.

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REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
George Fisher to L. M. Hoefler. lot on X line ;
of Greenwich street. 100 W of Baker, W S3:ȣ
by N 137:6 warranty deed; $10.
E. C. and Sadie A. Ktlpatrick (by Daniel C,
Deasy. commissioner) to Mission Home and
Loan Association, lot on N line of Green street,. I
57:6 E of Polk, E 25, N 100, SW to point, S S3;
$3800. ~
Charles Katz to Thomas MeCarty. lot on W
line of Clayton street, 32 N of Frederick, N 27
by W 96:10H: $2000. .
Dan Einstein. Matthew and Lena Johnson
and City Street Improvement Company (by 11.
V -vert commissioner) to Western Loan As-:
soclatlon. lot on E line of Noe street, 88 S of
Alvarado (Ml. S26by E 101:10; $2218. -,
Thomas Mc'irty to Charles Katz, lot on NE
corner of Taylor and Green streets, E 35 by N
40; $10.
Sarah Wakefield to Louisiana S. Foster (wife
of A. W.). lot on W line of Jones street, 93:9
N of Sacramento, N 30 by. W 127:6; $10.
Edward J. and Cornelia 3. Pringle to Tallant
Banking Company, lot on W line of Twenty
second avenue. 200 S of M street, S 75 by W 120,
warranty deed; $10. ■ " !■* '■ -• ■
M. McCann to Olive Verkouteren, lots 23. 27
and 28. block 11, tract A, People's Homestead
Association, quitclaim deed; also lot on s line
of Hale streei. 50 E of Merrill, E 50 by 3 75,
lots 27 and' 28, block 11. Tract A, People's
Homestead Association $10.
E. F. Preston to J. M. a-nd W. O'Brien Mac
donough and Agnes M. A*?ar. undivided five
twelfths of lot on E line oi Howard street. 149
S of Seventeenth. S 48, E 245, N 24, W 122:6,
N 24, W 122:6; $2.
City and County of San Francisco to Joseph
M. and William O'Brien Macdonough and Ag
nes M. Agar (Macdonough 1. James V.' Cole
man. Cecelia C. d'Andlgne (May), Isabella C.
May, John G. and Agnes M. Agar (trustees),
all same; .
Joseph M. and AVilliam O'Brien Macdonough.
Acnes M. Agar (Macdonough), James V. Cole
man. Cecelia C. D'Andlgne (May), Isabella C.
May. John G. and Agnes M. Agar (trustees of
estate of Joseph Macdonough) to Margaret W.
Murphy. lot on w line of Shotwell street. 173
S of Seventeenth, S 24 by W 122:6; $1500.
John Y. Millar to Thomas J. Schuyler, undi
vided third of lot on E line of Howard street,
149 S of Seventeenth, S 48, E 245, N 24, W 122:6,
N 24. W 122:6; $."."''.
Thomas J. Schuyler to Margaret W. Murphy,
ot on W line of Shotwell street, 173 S of Seven
teenth. S 24 by W 122:6; $5. - -
C. a. and Mary MeCormlek Doyle to Minerva
D. Kellogg, lot on SW line of Firs- street, 65
NW of Howard, NW 20 by SW SO; $10.
Alameda County.
P. W. and Elizabeth J. Anderson to Ormls
ton W. Swayze, lot on XF: line of Perry street,
at point of its Intersection by dividing line
between lots 3 and 4. block T. Map of Oak
land Heights, thence NE 217.90, NW 50, SW
220.85, SE 60.085. to beginning, being the SE
portion of lot 3. block T. Revised Map - of
Oakland Heights, Oakland; $10.
Sarah J. Miller to George D. Hlldebrand,
lot on NE corner of Sixteenth and Castro
streets, E 50 by N .100. block 272, Oakland; $10.
Kate A Ward to Hortense W. Bouton (wife
of W. F.). lot on NE line of East Twenty- 1
second' street, 262:6 NAA' of Thirteenth avenue,
SAY 162:6 by XE 150. except that portion con
veyed to the city of Oakland July 26, 1897,
being a portion of block 139, Clinton, East
Oakland: $10.
Horatio P.. Helen E., Norman 8.. Edith,
MatJle and Elisabeth Llvermore. Frank L. !
Brown and Washburn & Morn Manufacturing 1
Company (by J. B. I.anktree, commissioner) '
to Josephine F. Brugulerre, lots 26 to 34, 39, 40, |
42 to 45, excepting from lot 26. .39 of an acre,
containing in all 51.13 acres, excepting streets
dedicated to public use, being a portion of Rock ;
Ridge. Oakland Township: $17,728.
Benjamin and Elizabeth B. Bangs to ,T. A.
Ycrgon. lot on E line of Hillegass avenue, 200
S of Parker street, S 60 by E 159.44. being lot
51 and X half of lot 52, Map of Hillegass
Property, Berkeley; $1200.
• Anna Sylva to Phil Cook. lot 11. Map of
Subdivision of Frank Silva Tract, Elmhurst,
Brooklyn Township; grant.
Builders' Contracts.
Directors of the Richmond Congregational
Church (owners) with Charles F. Shelbley (con
tractor)-, architect Joseph W. Rowell- Carpen
ter and mill work, shingling and tin flashing
and other tin work, galvanized iron and
wrought iron, straps and grills and electric i
light wiring for frame church and additions to
rear of adjacent Sunday-school building on lot !
on SW corner of Clement and Seventh avenues.
W 120 by S 75: $3655.
Same owner with John R. Sehrneder' (con
tractor), architect same—Plastering, painting.
tinting, exterior modeling and clear glass for
same on same; $14,-.*. -
D. L. Bliss (owner) with W. .11. Bagge (con
tra*; "'. architects Bliss & Faville—All work
except finish hardware, plumbing, gas piping, a
electric wlrlnc. gas and electric fixtures and
mantels, except the one In hall, for dwelling
house on lot on NE corner of Baker street and :
Broadway, X 1"6 by E 4"; $4600,
RAILROAD TRAVEL.
Santa Fe Route
Santa Fe Route
San Francisco to Chicago.
7.XZZ'iyPyy:y.: .'-' • . , „ , .'
THE MOST COMFORTABLE WAY ACROSS
IHL MOST COMFORTABLE WAY ACROSS \
THE CONTINENT.
EVERT DAY IX THE YEAR 'PULLMAN
PALACE AXD PULLMAN UPHOLSTERED
TOURIST CARS LEAVE OAKLAND MOLE
FOR CHICAGO AND THE EAST. TAKE
MARKET-STREET FERRY AT 5:30 P. M..
DINING-ROOMS ARE MANAGED BY MR
DINING-ROOMS ARE MANAGED EY MR !
FRED HARVEY. AND ARE PERFECT IN
EVERY DETAIL. SERVING MEALS AT I
REGULAR HOURS AND REASONABLE
RATES. PP-PP
NO OTHER LINE OFFERS SO MANY IN-
NO OTHER LINE OFFERS SO MANY IN-
DUCEMENTS AS THE SANTA FE ROUTE.
SAN FRANCISCO TICKET OFFICE. 628 !
MARKET ST. TELEPHONE MAIN 153 L
OAKLAND OFFICE, 1118 Broadway.
SACRAMENTO OFFICE. 201 J Street.
SAN JOSE OFFICE. 7 W. Santa Clara Street. j
RAILROAD TRAVEL.
SOVTIIIKN PACIFIC company.
(PACIFIC mra.) X'XZ-XP.
Train* leave »»n«« '"'« ,l"*< to »»'«**l»e »*
wan FItAXCIWO.
(Main Line, Foot of Marks! Street)
leave _ From Acgfst 2, 1339. -ariiiv
7:0Oa Benicia, Suisun and Sacramento. . . . O: l.lp
7:00 a Marysvillo, Oro-flileand Redding via
Woodland •• * ™=
7:00 Llmir.., Vac-aril and Rumsey .. . . . ».a»p
7 :a«A Martinez, San Ramon.A'allejo. Napa.
( -v!!' toga Simla R05a......... o.]**>r
»:«©* Atlautie Exptcss. tlcdcn and l-.-iat.. ».-13a
•i3oa San .lose, Llvermore, Stockton,
lone, Sacramcuto. Placerville,
Miirysvillc. t.lcco. Red Bluff *-*»'
»:»0\ •Milton, Oatdaluand torora. *:iop
H-.'tlO/x Yosrmlto Valley via Oakdalo and
Chinese .V\-
»:OOa navwards-Nilcu and Way Stations. I- : «•»*.
1>:00,\ Mart:::./., Tracy. Lathrcp, Stockton,
Merced r'rcsuo .*.?*
»io«»a Fresno. llakcrsOeld .Scuta Rarhara.
Lea Angeles, l)emln& B Paso,
New Orlear.3 and East Sl^-'
1 0:00 a A'allejo. Martinex and Way Stations .■■ .2*
1 1 :00a Hnywe.r."lt(, Nilea and Way Stations. 8i*o»
I 2:00 m Nilcs, Livermore, Stockton, Sacra-
mento, Mendota, Hanford, VisiUa,
Porterville ■ .l'\?_r
•1.-OOp Sacrament.) River Stsameta #S:l»Op
S:OOp Hayward... Nik* and Way Stations. tt:lnp
«:OOr Martinez, Han Ramon. \ralI(?jo,
• Nana, UaNstaqpK Santa Rosa WilOa
4>OOr Benicia, Vacavillo. Saciutneuto,
Woodland, Knlßhts Landing,
Murysville, Orovilio IO:«*
4:3opNUes, San. Toaooud Stockton ?:!',p
•l::iOp Y'oEcmite Sleeping Car for Raymond 12:15p
B>oop*i'r:e Owl. Tracy, Fresno. B.ikcrs-
fisld, Saugus for Santa Barbara,
Los Angeles. 0:«4.
.1:80p Stockton. Merced. Fresno I8:l.Tr
V B::iOp Martinez. Tracy, Mendota, Fresno,
Mojavo and I. is Angeles B:la4
B:!M»r Sauta I'o ltoulo, Atlanllr, Express
for Mojave and Last (8:43p
*B:OOp Chicago-San I'rauciiCodpecial.Ogdeii
and Cast.. Si-iOp
G:OOp Haywards. r.nd S.m Jose 7»48a
•8:00 - ViJU-jo 13:I»F
17:00p Vollejo. Fort Costa and Way Sta-
tians 19:33*
8:o9e Oregon l';xiireßS,Saerul7ieiilo. Marys-
* :; ville, Redding, Portland, i'nget
Sound and i:.-i-,t s-.i^k
COAST VISION (Karros* linage).
(Foot ot Market Street.) >
1?:43a Santa Cruz Excursion fcr Santa
Cruz and Principal Wr.y Sla'ious {B:C3P
S:l3a Newarlt.C'Mt TTiile.SanJoje, Felton,
Boulder (.'ri.-t.-k.SautaC/uz and Way -
Stations • BißOf
*Zil-r Newark, Ceiterviiio, San .loss, Now
Almadeu, i'cllon, Roulder Creek,
Santa Cruz and Principal Way
Stations »I 0:30 a
4:lBp S_n Joso. Oleuwood and Way Sta-
tions 0:2- A
Mi 13p Felton. Santa Cruz and Way Sta-
Hoes /Oiaoa
CREEK ROUTE FERRY.
from Sill HUiiOlSCO— foci of Utimtl Streal (Slip 8)—
•7:15 0:00 11:00 a.m. 11:00 *2«0 13:00
♦1:03 13:00 *G:C3i-.m.
from OIIUKD— Fci of Bread *»•.— 'fi-.CO 8:00 10:00 a.m.
112:03 "1:00 12:73 _ *3::J M;co «3:00i-.«,
COAST DIVISION inroiddatige).
(Third and Townsend Sta.) ;
•K:IOa Ocean Vic-tv, SoutU bin l''ruiici=eo.. #0:30-p
(7:011 a San J o*o ami Way Stations (New
Almaiirii Wednesdays only) »S:00a
17:30 a Sunday Excursion fcr Santa Cruz,
Piicilia Crovu and Principal Way
Stations JB»33f
9:00 a San Joso, Tres Pinos. Santa Cruz,
Pacilio Grove. Paso Resides, San
Luis Oblnm, Surf, Loiipoc and ,
Principal Way Stations! 4:10r
I0:4Oa Ban .lose ami Way Stations «: y.-J a.
II:::oa San Joso and Way Stations liUOp
•a:lsp San Mateo, Redwood, Mcr.lo Park,
Palo Alto. Santa Clara, San .lose,
Hollister. Santa Cruz. Salinas.
Monterey nnd I'.iciiic Grove *lO:3ba
•:i::ti»i- San.li.si-, Santa Cruz. Pacliio Grove
and Princiial Way Stations "7:30p
*-l:13p BauJoesaiHl i'rincipal Way Stations Oi4Sa
•5:00p San Jose and Principal Wi.y Stations *8:85*
3:150 1- San Jose and Principal Way Stations "5):!tOA
0:3 Op Ban Jose and Way Stations 3:: top
tli: I'M- San .1 ■'■■■.'• Way Stations l~::;Qp
A for Morning. P for Afternoon.
• Buuday excepted. 1 Sunday only. t Saturday only.
fctiaturday nnd Sunday /Sunday and Monday.
CALIFORNIA NORTHWESTERN SY. CO,
LESSEE
SAN FRANCISCO AND NORTH PACIFIC
RAILWAY COMPANY.
Tlburon Firry, Foot oi Market St,
SAN FRANCISCO TO SAN RAFAEL,.
WEEK DAYS— 7:3O, »:W, 11:00 a. m.; 12:33,
3:30, 5:10, fi:3o p. m. Thursdays— Extra trip
at 11:30 p. m. Saturdays— trips at 1:01
and 11:30 p. m.
SUNDAYS— 8:00, 9:30, 11:00 a. m.; 1:30. 3:30,
6:00, 6:20 p. m.
SAN RAFAEL TO SAN FRANCISCO.
WEEK DAY'S— 6:IO, 7:50. 9:10, 11:10 a. m. ; 12:45,
3:40, 5:15 p. m. Saturdays— Extra trips at
1:55 and 6:35 p. m.
SUNDAY'S— B:IO, 9:40, 11:10 a. m. 1:40, 3:40, 5:05,
6:25 p. m. ■ ...
Between San Francisco and Schuetzen Park
same schedule as above.
Leave Arrive
San Francisco. In Effect San Francisco.
• April 16, 1 •
Week Sun- ls»9. Sun- Week
Days. days. Destination. days, j Days.
7:30 am 8:00 am Novato,- 10:40 am; 8:40 am
3:30 pm 9:30 ami Petaluma, : 6:05 pir. 10:25 am
6:10 pm 6:00 pm Santa Rosa. j 7:35 pm 6:20 pra
Fulton,
7:30 am Windsor, 10:25 ana
Healdsburg,
. Lvtton,
f Geysefvllle.
8:30 pm 8:00 am G'.overdale, 7:35 pm 6:20 m
7:30 am Hopiand and 10:25 aia
3:30 pm 8:00 am Ukiah. 7:35 pm; 6:20 pm
7:30 am | 10:25 an»
J 8:00 am Guerneville. 7:35 pm
R:3O pm ) 6:20 pm
7..'0 ami 8:00 am! Sonoma [10:40 am! 8:40 am
I end I I
6:10 pm] 5:00 pm| Glen Ellen. . 6:05 pm; 6:20 pm
7:30 am 8:00 am Sebastopol. 110:40 amllO :25 am
8:30 pm 5:00 pm! I 7:35 pmi 6:2-) pni
Stages connect at Santa Rosa for M.irk West
Springs and White Sulphur Springs; at Lytton
for Lytton Springs; at Geyserville for Skagga
Springs: at ' rdale for the Geysers: at Hop-
land for Duncan Springs, Highland Springs,
Kelseyvllle, Carls-bad Springs, Soda Bay, Lake-
port and Bartlett Springs; at Ukiah for Vichy
Springs, Saratoga Springs. Bine Lakes, Laurel
Dell Lake. Witter Springs. Upper Lake. Porno,
Potter Valley, John Day's, Riverside^ Llerl- y's,
Bucknell's. Sanliedrin Heights. HullvlUa,
Brvor.evllle, Philo. Christine, Soda Springs.
Navarro. White s-boro. Albion. Little River,
Orr's Hot Springs, Mendocino City, Fort Bragg,
Westport, Usal, Wlllltta. Laytonville, Cum-[
mine's. Bell's Springs, Harris, Olson's, Dyer.
Scotia and Eureka.
Saturday to Monday round trip tickets at
reduced rates.
On Sundays round trip tickets to all pointa
beyond San Rafael at half rates.
Ticket Offices, 650 Market st.. Chronicle bldg,
H. C. WHITING. R. X. RYAN. '
General Manager. Gen. Pass. Agent.
NORTH PACIFIC COAST RAILROAD.
Via Sausalito .Ferry.
Comei: ing April -i, 1599.
FROM SAN FRANCISCO TO MILL VALLEY
AND SAN RAFAEL.
WEEK DAYS— 7:O6. •8:00. »:», 11:00 a. m. ;
•1:4;.. 3:20. 4:1 0, *6:0 1, 6:30 p. m.
EXTRA TRIPS— For Mill Valley and San
Rafael, on Mondays, Wednesdays, Saturdays
and Sundays, at 9:00 and 11:30 p. m. •
SUNDAYS— :00, *9:00, *10:00, 11:00, 11:30
a. m.; 1:00, *1:46. *2:30, »4:00. 5:30. 6:45 p. m.
11:08 a. m. does not run to San Rafl Sundays.
5:30 p. m. does not run to Mill Val'y Sundays.
. Trains marked (*) run to San Quentin.
FROM SAN RAFAEL TO SAN FRANCISCO.
WEEK DAYS — 5:25. •«:«, 7:55. 8:«, "10:20
a m.: 12:30. 2:15: »3:40. 4:35. 5:15 p. m.
EXTRA TRIPS on Mondays. Wednesdays
and Saturdays, at 6:40 and 10:15 p. m.
SUNDAYS — 7:00. »S:0O. *3:45. '10:45. »11:45
a. m.; 1:00. 2:20. '3:30, *5:15. *6:00. 7:00, 10:13
P. in.
Trains marked (**) run to San Quentin.
FROM MILL VALLEY TO SAN FRANCISCO.
WEEK DAYS — 5:45. 6:50. 7:55, S:K. 10:35
a. m.; 12:35. 2:45. 4:55, 5:20 p. m.
EXTRA TRIPS on Mondays. Wednesdays
and Saturdays, at 7:00. 10:20 p. in. *.■■-'
SUNDAYS — 8:00, 10:00. 11:10 a. m.; 12:05.
1:20, 2:40. 3:55. 5:30. 6:30. 10:20 p. m.
THROUGH TRAINS.
7:00 a. m. week days— Casad r ■ and way sta'ns.
3:20 p. m. Saturdav?— Cazadero and way st-\'ns.
6:15 p. m.. week days (Saturdays excepted)—
Point Reyes and way stations.
8:00 a. m. Sundays— and way sta'ns.
1:45 p. m. Sundays— Pt. Reyes and way sta'ns.
THE SAN FRANCISCO AND SAN JOAQUIN
VALLEY RAILWAY COMPANY.
From Jan. tS, I&SS. trains will run as follows:
From Jan. 2S. 1599. trains will run as follows:
South-bound. I North-bound.
Passen-l Mixed. J Mixed, 1 Passen-
ger. Sundayf Stations. Sunday ger.
Dally. I Exc'ptdl Exc'ptdl Dally.
7-20 am 10:30 am Stockton | 3:45 pm 6:oo' pm
9:10 am 2:05 pm Merced 12:40 pm 4:13 pm
10:40 am 6:35 pm Fresno 9:30 am 2:42 pm
11:38 ami 7:45 pm Hanford 7:45 am 1:45 pm
2:25 12:30 ami Bakersfleld 2:00 am 11:00 am
11:59 ami 6:25 pm Visalia 6:40 am 1:22 pm
12:15 pm 6:53 Iml Tulare 5:50 am 1:0» pm
"Stopping at Intermediate points as required.
• For particulars of stage and other connections
Inquire at Traffic Department. 321 Market St..
Ban Francisco.
MOUNT TAMALPAIS SCENIC RAILWAY.
MOUNT TA.MALPAIS SCENIC RAILWAY.
Leave San Francisco, via Sausalito Ferry.
Commencing SUNDAY. April 23, 1899.
WEEK DAYS. 9:30 a, m.. and 1:45 p. m.
Extra trip on Monday. Wednesday and Satur-
day at 5:13 p. m.. Returning Same Even-
ing, arriving In San Francisco at 11:20
p. m.
SUNDAYS, 8. 9. 10 and 11 a. m. and 1:43. 2:30
and 4 p. m. . .
Fare S F. to Summit and Return, $1 40.
THOS COOK & SON. Acts.. 621 Market sl
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