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REAL ESTATE — — FOR SALE. i
EASTON. ELDRIDGE & CO.
Banks pay 3 1-3 per cent Interest. Real estate
4 times A3 much.
INVESTMENTS.
PAYS *'• PER CENT PER ANNUM.
fW.OOO-^-Carti (10,000; rent 1290 per month; large <
Western Addition oorner, well Improved
and In Al condition. . - .
PAYS 16 PER CENT PER ANNUM.
$5,500— « good flats, In Al condition; near Fol-
■aa and cth.
PAYS 12 PER CENT PER ANNUM.
13,000 — I good ho:. of 6 rooms e:ic'n. in Al
I condition; rents J32 per month; near
Howard and 6th.
PAYS 14 rr-\ CENT PER ANNUM.
$3,000—3 tenements, near ath and Fciscm.
PAYS 12 PER CENT PER ANNUM.
$i.GOO— 2 house?, near 3d and Harrison.
PAYS 13 PER CENT PER ANNUM.
$2,300—4 flats, near 3d nr.d ..an-.a.
PAYS 16 PER CENT rER ANNUM.
$3,000— 4 flats, near Clay a:id Mason.
PAYS 15 PER CENT I'ER ANNUM.
$10.000— flats arvl one dwelling; cood condi-
tion; alwajs rented; ins I frontages.
FLATS.
$3,750—2 new fiats of S and 4 ms, un Shot-
wel! ft.; :n cood condition; large lot.
3fx122:6; part can bs turther improved:
' must be sold Immediately.
$3,000 — flats of •) ar.d 5 rooms mid bath; rents
I»; on loth st. ; *WOO cash; one block
from Market bt.
$3,«W— 3 fla(;=. 4 and 3 rooms, stable; rent $30;
near X^-e and 15th.
COTTAGES AND RESIDENCES.
»*>• SEEKERS—
300 cash; balance .. per month; no taxes;
no Interest; no Insurance; modern home
In course of construction: 5 rooms an.l
bath and high basement; dume cci!- j
ings; tile mantels; porcelain tubs; fine I
view; close to tar lines.
$2.soo House of i rooms and bath: mod In
all details. Mission warm belt.
LOTS.
11,830— Sullivan St., near Star. . 25x137:6.
$I,s6')— Stanyan st., near Affiliated Colleges;
25x10-7 :«.
$2.t5O — Fulton st., near Lyon: 25x100.
$2,000— Haight, near Brc-ierick; L 37:6.
$I,loo— Turk, rear Lyon it.; 25x137:6.
We hold our resrular auction sales
every two weeks. For further par-
ticulars erply to
EASTON. ELDRIDGE & CO..
63S Market street.
A FEW CHARMERS.
In the Examiner building.
$175. 000— Market St.; 7 years' len?»; rents $10,-
-000 per annum net: grand Improvements.
$145.000— 6-story stone, brick and Iron build- i
ing; rents $10. per annum: guaranteed lt-as<e:
> years' lease.
$110,000— r.ew pressed brick; 5 years'
guaranteed lease; rents $7000.
$52,000 — (-story brick; vicinity of Tivoli; pays '
5 per cent net: always rented.
$25,000— Grand investment block from Stockton '
and Market; lot 33x137; old improvements; pays :
6 per cent net. [
$25,000— O'Farrell St.; a big snap: lot "2x137:«: I
with g'->.V. Improvements of stores. *K\ ; rents!
almost $200 a month: not far from Mason St.;
mutt sell.
$12,f00 — A grand • -rain; only half block
from Taylor and Market sts. ; rents $100 a
month: lot 50 feet front.
Other bargains at A. M. SPECK & CO.,
667 Market st.
CHOICE PARK LOTS
ON EASY TERMS.
THE BLOCK
Facing Golden Gate 'ark on H St.. between
Eighteenth and N!n->t«er.th ayes., hai= just i
been placed on Fale In : subdivisions. Already ]
a number of lots have been soli. Have you j
»een this block? Fifty of the best !ots. every |
one <-<n srade « irh street.", whtc'i are officially |
graded and macadamized. Plank sidewalks |
and water mains laid all ready tor building, i
Prices ranging from K>oo upward. Your own
terms. Interest on deferred payments only 8 .
p^r cent. As these lots face the park and the j
new Ninet«H?nth avenue boulevard' they will
surely increase in value. Near the new music !
stand and all principal park attractions. Elec-
tric cars pass the property. Take Ellis or i
Haight street cars. If you are wise you will :
*oe them at pnee and secure your choice.
Branch office, corner H st. an.l Ninth aye.
Open lily, Sundays included.
BALDWIN ,<- HOWELL.
lit Montgomery it
$7SSO— CHOICEST corner of all; marine and :
park view, front r.nd rear; cannot be obJtruct- j
eri- 10 large sunny rooms: most expensively i
decorated; inlaid floor, mahrpany, cherry and .
oak mantels; plate-glass windows; very costly
6-llght gas fixtures: French runs?, heaters,
conservatory, etc. Apply corner Fulton and
Shra.'.er sts.. from 12 to 4 p. m.; McAllister
or Hayes ft. cars; terms to suit^
$S3ofl—coi'L t > not fc * duplicated for lesa than
$60(0 ■ now up-to-date park rerldT.-e; r>nly 1
l»ft out Of 3: 9 sunny r->oms; 4 extra fir? -man- j
tel? .-ak door* an-) staircase: incandescent
electric lighting; marble steps; lari lot. etc.
171 Carl St.. near Stanyan: El!:s-st. cars
within 1 block; Ferries. Park an.l Ocean cars i
pa fs the 'i-v-.r: owner on premises.
NEW HOMES
Five, 6. 7. 9 and 10 room houses, finished
with all modern conveniences, fronting on
Waller. Pierce and Primrose sts.. from $3100
to $43 f> 0- terms to suit purchaser. F. NEL-
BON. Builder.
6 ELEGANT flats: ?E. cor. Sent and Sacra-
mento -•. 52x81 S: all rented. J. H. CARSE.
11 Montgomery st.
IF you have lots north of Golden Gate Park,
west of First aye.. and you wish to sell them,
call on W J. GUNN. 410 Montgomery at.
REAL ESTATE COLXTRV — For Sale
$2C.C«)O— VINEYARD; close to Napa City; 90
acres with winery and all improvement- this
would make one of the best resorts in Cali-
fornia. McLAUGHLIN & CO.. '" Market.
OIL land— Kern County belt: 32) acres; U. S.
patent: a bargain for quick cash sale. Box
2106, Call office. ;
FOR SALE— 6OO acres dairying or grazing land
In the southern part of Kumboldt County,
Cal.: never-falling crops; plenty of wood and
water: best of climate. MARTIN R. JA-
GER. 110 Taylor St.. S. F.
HOTEL property across the bay; lot 73x150; 33 j
runny rooms: half block from depot: fine |
grounds; good business year round. SCHOTT-
LER. * CO.. 632 Market st. j
FOR sale or exchange for Alam<>da Co. prop-
erty— lo-acre ranch: house, outbuildings and ;
bearing orchard. 123 Prospect place, S. F.
$3C0 — 165 acres. Sonoma County: »mall house;
plenty wood and water. Apply 125 Fifth st.
CHEAPEST and best in America— The Weekly
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United States, postpaid, fcr $1 per year.
~~~ RESTAURANTS. j
WE3TERFELD'S restaurant, coffee and ice
cream parlor. 1025 Market st. : popular prices.
ROOMS FOR HOUSEKEEPING.
A BRANCH office for Call advertisements and i
subscriptions has been established at 103€ Va- j
lencia st ■ j
EDDY. 915—2 or 4 fine sunny unfurnished
rocms; all conveniences; private residence, j
references. ■
EPDY, Nicely furnished connecting house- j
keeping rail.; splendid location; private res. j
FIFTH. 80S (new corner house— Suite connect- j
Ing rms.; handsomely furn. ; complete hskpg. j
FIFTH, 853— 2 furnished housekeeping. $12: also |
one $5 to $7; store with housekpg and fixtures. ;
FULTON, 218, cor. Van Ness -Neatly furnished |
flat, ! rms., gas range, bath; also others.
GEARY. 1317—4 nice unfurnished rooms; bath; j
toilet; gas; yard; basement; furnished hall.
GIRARD House, 192 Seventh— l lnrge sunny un- j
furnished room; furnishe<i^ > j
GOLDEN GATE aye.. 3Sl— 2 nicely furnished j
rooms for light housekeeping; bath; private i
family; $12- !
GOLDEN GATE AYE.. 64;)- Sunr.y corner suite
with kitchen; also two connecting rooms.
IVANHOE. 1002 Polk. cor. Geary— Light, clean. ]
sunny; fur. hkpg. suites (3 to 5 r.). $15 up:ref.
MARKET, 1028— Large sunny front room and
* kitchen, folding bed, closet; rent $12.
MISSION, 1729H, near Thirteenth— l sunny fur-
nished housekeeping rooms in private family;
bath, laundry; JIS. !
O'FARRELL. 125 corner Powell— front
room. $5. Apply at 15 Grant aye. I
O'FARREIX 750— Sunny parlor;* folding bed.
etc.: also kitchen and laundry; everything
complete; side entrance; also 2 furnished sin- j
gl« rooms. _ ;
PINE. 1300 Sunr.y unfurnished basement; ]
range: running water: yard; $10. ■ j
POLK. 522— Furnished and unfurnished house- |
keeping rooms: rent cheap. :
BUTTER. 1111. nr. Larkln— Comfortably furn. |
efngle suites; also hakpg. : terms reasonable. ;
THE Piedmont— ll9A Sixth— Furnished rooms |
for housekeeping; also other rooms- ;
THIRD. 316— FurnlFhed -.Ting; $160 to !
$1 50; transient solicited. .
TURK. 646— Sunny bedroom and kitchen on par- !
lor floor; running water; $14 per month. ,
TWELFTH. 12, near Market— 2 or 3 rooms for i
hpu»ekeeping: furnished or unfurnished; $8. (
ROOMS TO LET — Fnrn. and Inforn.
ABBOTSFORD (The), cor. Broadway and Polk-
Qulet and homelike; rooms bright and sunny,
single, suite; charges moderate; cars direct.
AT Hotel Francisco. Turk and Taylor »ts.—
Homelike house; modern service; elevator;
bath; rooms. SOc to $1 60 day. MRS. J. KING.
A BRANCH office for Call advertisements and
subscriptions has been established at 10*5 Va-
lencia st.
AT New Grand 246 3d— 200 lst-> 'ass sunny rms.,
15c to $1 day; 90c to $4 wk; also housekeeping.
A.— BRUNSWICK HOUSE, 14" Sixth — Rooms,
26c to $1 per night; $! 25 to $5 per week, and
light housekeeping; open all night.
BURNETT, 1426 Market (old No. 1394)—
nished rms.. suites, single; also unfurnished.
CARROLTON. 1206 Market, cor. Golden Gate
aye.— Sunny corner; well turn, rm?. & offices.
EDDY. 123 (United States Hotel)— Clean, neat
rooms, from '1 50 a week up.
EDDY. 21S— Furnished rooms, jingle and en
suite; also fur housekeeping;: bath; gas.
EDDY. 313— Nicely furnished rooms; suite or
single.
FOURTH. 222% (Palm House}— First-class sun-
ny bay-window rooms; also fingle. ?1 "5 up.
GEARY. 14A— Nicely furnished suite cf rooms;
also single rooms from SI up.
GEARY. 405 »The Navarre)— Comfortable furn.
rooms; traveler* accommodated. MRS.HYCR.
GEARY. :V«— Sunny front and back parlor;
Piano; phor.e; other rooms; light housekpg.
GEARY, 195, cor. Jones— Sunny cor. room: also
sunny suite, well furnished; gas, bath.
GRAND SOUTHERN. SE. cor. Seventh and
Mission its.— Sunny rooms, en suite or single;
ladles' parlors; reading room; elevator.
GREEN. 417— Nice larg* front furnished room;
rent $6.
HANCOCK House. TSI Mission— family
rooming house; $1 SO to $6 i>er waek.
HOWARD. 704. corner Third— Nico largo sur.-
ny rooms. Ist floor also housekeeping rms.
HOWARD, 715—200 sunny rooms; nicely fur-
nished: every convenience; electric lights.
HOWARD 52?— Furnished rooms from $1 per
week up; a!? ) housekeeping and transient.
HOWARD. 1144— Nice sunny suites; running
water: reasonable: permanent patrons desired.
HOWARP. llSo«i— Furnished sunny bay-win-
dow suite: other rooms; light housekeeping.
HYPE. SCO— Large furnished room to let; rea-
sonal
LARKIN, 3t5—2 or 3 ?unny housekeeping apart-
ments; furnished complete; gas range; bath.
MARKET. 1035. and 33 Fifth— New manage-
ment; fine sunny suites and single rooms.
MARKET. 10ST 1 -— Th* worth; clean and re-
spectable: prices low.
MARKET. 1724. near Polk— Sunny bay front
room; gentlemen; $12; gas, bath.
MINNA, 2ZZ— Double and single sunny rooms,
also houpokpe;iing.
MINNA. €67, cor.Eighth— Newly furnished bay-
window rcom. $1 per week: transient.
MONTGOMERY a vi".. 1010 — Newly furnished
sunny front rooms, with bath; i'< to $10 per
mont
NATOMA. 2«2. near Fourth— 2 front unfurnish-
ed rootr.?: water and closet; rent i 1
NATOMA. 443 I.—Sunny1 .— Sunny front room; furnished;
rent $4 per month..
•NEWPORT,'' 21 Franklin, nr. Market— Large
bay-win, rir.s. an.] single. $5 up; also hskpg.
NICELY furnished sunny room, suitable for 2
gentlemen; reasonable. Address 709 Polk st.,
near Eddy.
O'FARRELL, 20— Sunny furnished rooms and
offices: elevator: electric lielUs; flay, wk.. mo.
O* FA RRELL, Newly furnished sunny
suites; also single: transient solicited.
POLK. 1012— Sunny alcove room, $10; other
room. !7.
POWELL. 317 (formerly Cosmos Club) -Ele-
gantly furnished sunny room.*: reasonable.
ROYAL House. 126 Ellis St.— Incandascent
light, reading room, smoking room and
ladles' parlor: rooms, per night. 33c to $1 SO:
week, $2 to $?: month, $S to $30: elevator on
office floor; rooms with hot. cold wat.: baths.
SEVENTH. 262— Nice sunny moms; detached
hou?e; all modern conveniences.
SIXTH, 405 — suite of housekeeping rooms, with
pas and bath: $12 per month.
SEVENTH, 882 Nicely furnished rooms: sun-
ny all day: nice lawn; modern conveniences;
' reasonable.
TAYLOR, 24>— Room with 2 beds for 2 or 3
grentlemen; rent reasonable; also single room.
SHERMAN Apartment Hcuse. 28 Eighth St..
near Market — 'urnishe.;. and unfurnished.
SIXTH. 33, nr. Market. Hillsdale House— Ele-
gant furnished rooms: elevator; transient.
THE Heath. 312 Eddy st.— First-class rooms
and board: hot and cold water; telephone;
modern; all conveniences.
UNION Square House. 212 — Modem
rooms: by day. week or month: central.
UNION. 1213—1 furnished front room; rent $4
per month.
A WEEK'S news for 5 cents— The Weekly Call.
16 pages. In wrapper, for mailing. $1 per year.
SEWIXG MACHINES AXD SUPPLIES.
$2 MONTHLY, rented; repaired, bought, sold;
machine supplies. 145 Sixth; phone Mint 45.
ALL kinds bought, sold, exchanged, rented; re-
pairing at lowest rates. 205 Fourth st.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
BAD tenants ejected for $4; collections made;
city or country. PACIFIC COLLECTION
CO.. 413 Montgomery St.. rooms 9-10; tel. 5510.
CHEAPEST and best In America— The Weekly
Call. 16 pages, sent to any address In tha
United States or Canada one year for $1,
postage paid.
STORAGE AM) WAREHOUSES.
CALA. Storage Warehouse, F. SMITH, prop..
722 Mission; goods guaranteed: tel. Clay 25.
PIERCE-RODOLPH Storage and Moving Co.
Office. 401 Post. cor. Powell; tel. Main 5713.
~ TO LEASE.
WANTED— To lease modern residence; not less
than 15 rooms; unfurnished; with garden or
large yard preferred: best reference given.
Address A. M. SPECK & CO.. 667 Market st.
ALAMEDA ADVERTISEMENTS.
ALAMEDA REAL ESTATE.
FOUR elegant new up-to-date 2-story houses
of 7, I and 9 rooms and bath each; first-class
neighborhood; near school and stations; street
work all complete: from $3000 to $1000; only
$300 ca«h and $25 and $30 per month: great bar-
gains; cheap lots for cash and houses to let
in all parts of Alameda.
$2200— 60x150; 5200 cash and $20 per month;
fine nearly new cottage; In a good neighbor-
hood: near High School and station.
J2SCO— Lot 35x115, with elegant residence of S
rooms; in fine condition; macadamized street;
near station and school: great bargain; worth
$3500; any terms: same as rent.
$2fiOO— Lot 41x207:6: fine, new, modern 6-room
cottage; n°ar High School and station; $500
cash and $23 per month.
$1000— Lot 25x125; cottage of 5 rooms: street
work complete; near station: easy terms.
$1600— Lot 33:4x1«5; with a fine modern cottage
of 5 rooms and bath; nice garden; street work
all done; near station and school; $100 cash,
balance $20 per month.
$2830— 5500 cash, balance $25 per month; lot
40x160. with new up-to-date cottage of 7 rooms
and bath; -between broad and narrow gauge on
Morton st.
$3250— $500 cash. $.23 per month; less than
rent: lot 40x150: elegant new 2-story. 8 rooms
and bath; on Morton st., near Morton-st. sta-
tion: best bargain in Alameda: elegant real-
deuces on Santa Clara aye. and Central aye.
at a bargain.
Houses to let in all parts of Alameda.
H. P. MOREAL <* CO.,
1432 Park St., Alameda.
ABOUT finished, modern 8-room hou?e. choic-
est location; also modern cottage. 6 rtjoms;
lots EOxl&O; easy terms. Apply 1511 Mozart
Ft.. Mastlck station. Alameda.
A WEEK'S news for 5 cents—The Weekly Call,
16 pages. In wrapper, for mailing. $1 per year.
ALAMEDA ROOMS.
FURNISHED rooms, double or single; hot and
cold water shower baths; steam heat; tele-
phone near station; breakfast if desired;
every home comfort. 2101 Central aye.
AMEDA ROOMS A\D HOARD.
HOME for ladies in deltcate health: large
grounds; private. MRS. DR. FUNKE. 1416 Bth.
BERKELEY ADVERTISEMENTS
BERKELEY REAL ESTATE.
ro ten am ESTATE.
THIRTY ACRES FOR SALE.
Right In the heart of beautiful Berkeley,
Just fit to cut up. near the university and
railroad: fine view. Apply to JOSEPH J.
MASON, Postofflce block. Berkeley, or to
J. J. MORRIS, 630 Market St.. San Francisco.
CHEAPEST and beet in America— The Weekly
Call 16 pages, sent to any address In the
United States or Canada • one year for $1,
postage pal* . "
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, "WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER <S. 1899.
OAKLAND ADVERTISEMENTS.
OFFICE— 9O3 BROADWAY.
OAKLAND FURNITURE i/OR SALE.
AN introduction to you from H. Schellhaas, the
furniture dealer. 11th and Franklin. Oakland.
DIVIDEND NOTICES.
DIVIDEND NOTlCE— Dividend No. 7 (35 cents
per share) of the PAAUHAU SUGAR PLAN-
TATION COMPANY will be payable at the
office of the company, 327 Market St., on and
after Monday, September 11, 1599. Transfer
books will close on Tuesday, September 6,
1899, at 8 o'clock p. m.
E. H. SHELDON. Secretary.
PROPOSALS.
PROPOSALS for new pattern — Depot
Quartermaster's office, 36 New Montgomery
St.. San Francisco. Cal., September 2. 1899.
Sealed proposals, In triplicate, will be re-
ceived at this office until 11 o'clock a. m.. j
September 13, 1593, Pacific Standard time, and |
then opened, for furnishing 5000 pairs of new (
pattern boots, conforming to standard and j
specifications, adopted August 23. 1599. Pref- I
. erence will be given to articles of domestic
production and manufacture, conditions of
price and quality being equal (including in
the price of foreign production and manufac-
ture the duty thereon), and such preference [
will be riven to articles of American pro- j
duction and manufacture produced on the
Pacific Coast to the extent of the consump-
tion required by the public service there. The
United States reserves the right to accept or ;
reject any of the proposals or any part there-
of. Information and blanks for proposals !
will be furnished on application. Envelopes I
containing proposals will be endorsed "Pro- j
posals for new pattern Boots," and addressed !
to Captain OSCAR F. LONG. Assistant Quar-
termaster. U. S. Army. Depot Quartermaster. :
U. S. ENGINEER office, Lausrhlin building, |
Los Angeles. Cal.. August 29. IS9S— Sealed '
proposals for continuing construction of Jetty |
at San Diego Harbor. Cal.. will be received
hfre until 11 a. m.. September 29, 1899. and
then publicly opened. Information furnished
on application. JAMES J. METLER. Cap-
tain Engineers.
CHEAPEST and best in- America— The Weekly
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United States or Canada one year for $1. '
"outage raid.
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS.
NOTICE to creditors— Estate of HENRY GIB-
SON, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the
undersigned JOHN A. DRINKHOUSE, ad- j
ministrator of the estate of HENRY GIB- 1
SON, deceased, to the creditors of, and all '
persons having claims against the said de- I
ceased, to exhibit them with the necessary
vouchers, within four (4) months after the first |
publication of this notice, to the said JOHN i
A DRINKHOUSE, administrator as afore-
said, at his offices. No. 402 Montgomery
btr?et, in the city and county of San Fran-
cisco, State of California, the same being his
place for the transaction of the business of
the said estate in the said city and county
of San Francisco. State of California.
JOHN A. DRINKHOUSE, administrator of
the estate of HENRY GIBSON, deceased.
Dated at San Francisco, August 30. 1599.
A. RUEF, attorney for administrator, 402
Montgomery street.
NOTICE to creditors— Estate of JOHN J.
RIORDAN. deceased. Notice is hereby given
by the undersigned, EUGENE G. RIORDAN,
as the administrator of the estate of JOHN
J. RIORDAN, deceased, to the tredltora of
and all persons having claims against the
said deceased, to exhibit them with the ne-
cessary vouchers, within four months after
the first publication of this notice, to the
pail administrator at the office of his attor- i
ney. TIMOTHY J. LYONS, rooms 11 and 12. i
Chronicle building, NE. corner Market and !
Kearr.y streets. San Francisco, the same be- ]
ing his place for the transaction of the busi- i
ness of the said estate.
EUGENE G. RIORDAN. as administrator
of the estate of JOHN J. RIORDAN. de-
ceased.
Dated at San Francisco, August 9, 1599.
TIMOTHY J. LYONS. Chronicle building,
attorney for administrator.
WE, JAMES O'BRIEN and MARIA A.
O'BRIEN, hereby certify: That we have this
day formed a co-partnership for the transac-
tion of a general dry goods business In the !
State of California. That the principal place j
of business of said co-partnership is and '
shall be situated in the city and county of ,
San Francisco, State of California. That the
full names of all of the members of such co- ;
partnership and their places of residence are j
as follows:
JAMES O'BRIEN, residing in the city and !
county of San Francisco. State of California, j
and MARIA A. O'BRIEN, residing In said
city and county of San Francisco, State of !
California.
Dated August 11. 1?99.
JAMES O'BRIEN.
MARIA A O'BRIEN.
State of California, City and County of San
Frar.clsco — ss.
On this 11th day of August, In the year
one thousand eight hundred and ninety-
nine, before me. JOHN P. CASHIN, a Notary :
Public in and for the said city and county,
residing therein, duly commissioned and
sworn, personally appeared JAMES O'BRIEN
and MARIA A. O'BRIEN, known to me to
be the persons whose names are subscribed
to the within instrument, and' acknowledged
that they executed the same.
In witness whereof I have hereunto set my i
hand and affixed my official seal at my office |
in the city and county of San Francisco, the ;
day and year In this certificate first above I
written. [Seal] JOHN P. CASHIN.
Notary Public, in and for the City and County
of San Francisco. State of California.
MARRIAGE LICENSES.
Marriage licenses have been issued as follows:
Chase Say re and Isabelle Smith 24-21
A. Schiffmann and Eugenic Bordenave 25-19
Emilia A. Ferrea and Clorinda Cuneo 22-18
Clarence S. Howland and Alice E. White.. 3l-23
EdW. C. Rogers and Augusta Wagner 30-25
Charles Mneiil and Katherlne Merklinger.. 26-21
John H. Voss and Charlotte F. Myers 50-18
Joseph V. Collins and Nellie Fitzslmmona.. 32-20 j
James H. Terrell and Catherine Sullivan. ..23-23
Albin A. Hartman and Ida F. Nagel 29-27 j
John H. Wagner and Nellie Littleford 26-28 I
Fred K. Brune and Helene M. Maack 29-23
Andrew Carlson and Lizzie Bowers 51-29
William C. Culbert and Anna brothers 4A-27
Lawrence A. Harley and Lena Boast 32-25
B. W. Bernhard and Charlotte A. Hause.. 24-23 j
Ferdinand Furrer and Marie Kammann — 24-28 |
Abram E. Miller and Letitia V. Alslp 21-21 I
Max Coffin and Fannie Graham 23-22
Willard O. Fassett and Mary Weymouth.. 37-22
BIRTHS— MARRIA&ES— DEATHS,
Birth, marriage and death notices sent by
mall will not be Inserted. They must be handed
in at either of the publication offices and be
indorsed with the name and residence of per-
sons authorized to have the same published.
BORN.
MACK— In this city, September i, 1899, to the j
wife of Dr. Mack, a. dauehter.
STREET— In this city. September 5, ISJ9, to j
the wife of G. K. Street, a son.
~ DIED.
Baker, Peter Kceley, Julia A.
Blckel, Dare F. Midden, Jerome P.
Canavan, James H. Marx, Catherine E.
Carroll, Mary Merriman, Hannah
Cas=ebolt, , Jonathan Rees. Mary J.
Comyns, James E. S. Schaefer, Dora
Crozier, John Scott, Martha E.
Dougherty. Bryan Seegers, Rena
Fessler. Walter Smith, Colin McR.
Finsterbusch Theresa Strather. Kate B.
Giblin. Thomas Woodward, Arthur 8.
Holcombe, Samuel E. Wright, Lucy A.
BAKER— In Oakland, September 5, 1899. Peter,
beloved husband of Ellen Baker, and father
of David F.. Lillie, Ida and the late George
Baker, a native of Canada, aged 61 years 7
months and 21 days.
BICKEL— In Oakland, Cal., September 4, ISM,
Dare Frink, Infant son of Homer T. and
Abby Frink Bickel, aged 3 months and 11 :
days.
CTThe funeral will take place this dey |
(Wednesday), at 10:30 o'clock, from their
residence, 1166 Tenth street, Oakland. Friends i
will be welcome at the services.
CANAVAN— In this city, September 5. 1593,
James Henry, beloved son of Bessie and the '
late John Canavan, and brother of the late
Mrs. Abbie Sullivan, a native of San Fran-
cisco, aged 33 years. !
CTFrlends and acquaintances ar£ respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Thursday), at !):30 o'clock, from the resi-
dence of his mother, 636V4 Jessie street, I
thence to St. Joseph's Church for services.
Interment Mount Calvary Cemetery.
CARROLL— In this city, September 4, 1399,
Mary, beloved wife of Patrick Carroll, a na- j
tlve of Balayron, Queens County, Ireland, I
aged 66 years. !
CASECOLT— in this city, September 4, '■•■
Jonathan B , beloved husband of .Mahala
Casebolt, and father of Simon M.. William S.,
Lillian M.. Harry C. Inez and Bertrand Case-
bolt, a native of Wayne County, Indiana,
• aged H years.
COMYNS— In this city, September a, ISW,
James E. S.. beloved son of the late Law-
rence and Margaret Comyns. brother of Sis-
ter Mary Lawrence. Sister Of Mercy, and '
nephew of John and Maurice Comyns, a na- i
tive of San Francisco, agad 29 years 4 months
and 15 days.
E7 Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Thursday), at S o'clock, from St. Marys '
Hospital, thence to the Chapel of the Pas- i
sion, attached to St. Mary's Hospital, where ]
a solemn requiem mass will be celebraed for
the repose of his soul, commencing at 8:30 j
o'clock. Interment Mount Calvary Cemetery. I
Please omit flowers.
HENRY J. GALLAGHER CO.,
(Successors to Flannagun & Gallagher),
FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS,
20 Fifth St., opposite . Lincoln School.
Telephone South 80.
McAVOY A. CO.,
FUNERAL DIRECTORS & EMBALMERS,
1235 Market St.. between S>th and dth.
Telephone South 247.
CROZIER— In this city, September 4. 1539, John
Crozler, a native of County Waterford, Ire-
land, aged 47 years.
(ETThe funeral will take place this day
(Wednesday), at 11 o'clock, from the parlors
of J C O'Connor & Co., 767 Mission street.
Interment Holy Cross Cemetery, by 11:30
o'clock train from Third and Townsend
6treets.
DOUGHERTY— In this city. September 5, ISM,
Bryan dearly beloved husband of Ellen
Dougherty, and beloved father of Michael,
Edward. Nellie. Agnes and Edith Dougherty,
a native of County Kerry, Ireland, aged 60
years. , .
iryFrienda and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Thursday) at S:3O o'clock, from his late resi-
dence 3007' Octavia street, near Lombard,
thence to St Bridget's Church, where a high
requiem mass will be celebrated for the re-
pose of his soul, commencing at I o'clock. In-
terment Mount Calvary Cemetery.
FESSLER— In this city, September 4. 1?99,
Walter beloved son of Daniel and Delia Fess-
ler and grandchild of Louis and Mary Cuneo,
a native of San Francisco, aged 4 months and
26 days
' (TTFrlendii and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral this day
i (Wednesday), at 1 o'clock, from his late resi-
I dence, 611 Greenwich street. Interment Holy
! Cross' Cemetery.
FINSTERBUSCH— In this city, September 5,
ISS9 after Ions? and patient sunerlng. The-
resa W., idolized wife of ,lullU3 W. Finster- !
busch beloved mother of Tessie and the late
Edwin and Walter Finsterbusch, eldest and
belov°d daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Ruf-
I ncr and d»arest sister of Joseph and Lillian
Rufner, a native of New York City, aged 31
years 3 months and 11 days. A darling daugh-
ter a loving wife and a devoted mother.
(Brooklyn. N. V., and St. Louis, Mo., papers
! please copy.) ■ ■
r^Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Thursday), at 1:30 o'clock, from the parlors
of H. F. Suhr & Co., 1137 Mission street, be-
tween Seventh and Eighth. Interment Cy-
press Lawn Cemetery-
-1 GIKLIN — In this city. September 5. 1599,
! Thomas beloved husband of Eunice Giblin.
father of Walter W. and Ethel M. Glblln,
I and son of William and Amanda Glblln. a
native Of Springfield. 111., aged 45 years.
HOLCOMBE— In Redding. Cal.. September 3.
1599 Samuel E. Holcombe, father of Emma
A Walter G., Royal A. and Cecil J. Hol-
combe. a native of New Jersey, aged 69 years.
(Lambertvllle, N. J., and New York papers
please copy.) at Odd Fellows' Cemetery
G^rCreinatton a t OH Fellows' Cemetery
1 this day (Wednesday), at 3 o'clock.
1 KEELEY— In this city, September 5, 1599. Julia
Ann beloved wife of Patrick J. Keeley.
mother Of John T. J. Keeley. sister of Mary
Gleason, and daughter of the late Thomas
Gleas'.n a native of Boston, Mass.
lE?' Friends and acquaintances are respect-
i fully Invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Thursday). ' at S:3O o'clock, from her late
residence. 2307 Larkln street, «hence to St.
Brigld's Church, corner of Van Ness avenue
; and Broadway, where a solemn requiem high
mass will be celebrated for the repose of her
i soul, commencing- at 9 o'clock. Interment
Mount Calvary Cemetery.
MADDEN-In this city. September 5. 1599 at
1"43 Leavenworth street, Jerome P. Madden,
s.>n of First Lieutenant '.John F. Madden,
Fifth I'nlted States Infant*-, and Edith P.
Madden aged 6 months and 25 days. (Atlan-
ta. .'papers please copy.)
Interment private.
MARX— In Lorln. September 5, 1899. Mrs. Cath-
* erine Elisabeth Marx, beloved mother of Mrs.
Anna Elizabeth Simon, a native of Hesse-
Darmstardt. Germany, aged SO years 8 months
and 15 days.
SCOTT— In this city, September 3, 1899, Martha
E., beloved wife of Walter Scott, a native of
Maryland, aged 41 years.
lETFriends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral this day
(Wednesday), at 1:30 o'clock, from Bethel M.
E Church. Powell street, between Jackson
arid Pacific. Interment Laurel Hill Cemetery.
Remains at the parlors of the California Un-
dertaking Company, 405 Powell street, near
Post.
SEEOERS— In this city, September 4. 1599.
Rena beloved wife of John F. S^t-trers. and
mother of Evelyn Dorathea Seegers, a na-
tive of Pan Francisco, aged 24 years S months
and 4 days.
ICTFrlends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral this day
(Wednesday), at 2 O'clock, (mm the funeral
parlors of McOinn Bros , .",1 Eddy street. In-
terment I. O. O. F. Cemet
MFRRI.M \N Tn Concord, September 3. UN,
Hannah, beloved wife of Edward M Merri-
man, a native of Pan Francisco, aced 23
years.
REES--In this city, September 4. 1899, Mary
•Josephine, beloved daughter of Mark and
Nellie Re*?, and granddaughter of Henry and
the late Margaret Cornfoot, a native of San
Francisco, aged 2 years 6 months and IS
days.
SCHAEFER— In Benlcia, September 5, IS"W,
Dora, beloved wife of Francis Schaefer, and
mother Of Anna M. Schaefer.
ICT Funeral to-morrow (Thursday) morning.
SMITH— In this city, Colin Mcßea Smith, a
native or' Mississippi, aged 51 years.
Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Thursday,), at 2:15 o'clock, from Grace
Church, California and Stockton streets. Cre-
mation at Cypress Lawn Cemetery.
STRATHER— In this city, September 4. 1899,
Kate 8., beloved wife of Abraham Strather.
and mother of Charlie, Stella and Robbie
Strather, a native of Missouri, aged 33 years.
(CTFriends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Thursday) at 1:30 o'clock, from the Third
Baptist Church. Powell street, near Bush.
Interment Laurel Hill Cemetery.
WOODWARD— In Alameda. September 4. 1 99.
Arthur B . beloved husband of Q. E. Wood-
ward, and father of Arthur, Helen. Horace,
Alice and Ruth Woodward, a native of East-
port, Me., aged 51 years and 7 months.
(Eastport, Me., papers please copy.)
(CJTFrien.ls and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Thursday), from his late residence, 1118 Paru
ptreet, under the auspices or Oak Grove
LodEe, F. and A. M Interment Mountain
View Cemetery. Oakland.
WRIGHT— In this city, September 4. 1890. Lucy
A. Wright, beloved mother of A. G. and New-
ton Wright and Mrs. M. A. Williams, a na-
tive cf Fall River, Mass.. aged 6S years 10
month* and 3 days. (Fall River, Mass., pa-
pers please copy.)
(ETFriends are respectfully Invited to at-
tend the funeral this day (Wednesday), at
2 o'clock, from the parlors of McAv-oy & Co..
1235 Market street, between Eighth and
Ninth. Interment Masonic Cemetery.
! ST. DOMINIC'S Church Building Association—
The regular monthly requiem high mass for
! the deceased members of the above associa-
tion, and for the deceased parents and rela-
tives of the members, will be celebrated in
St. Dominic's Church, Bush and Steiner
streets, to-morrow (Thursday), at 9 o'clock.
Friends are Invited to attend.
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
GRAND HOTEL.
J J Ickes. Ohio A F Maher, Stockton
E B Partridge, ?tanfrd M T Lawrence, Auburn
J E Smith. Denver R M Richardson & w,
H B Benjamin, Marysv You Bet
M T Lawrence. Auburn W Nlcholla Jr. DutchF
I Mrs W C Hilblsh & c. F Mason, .Sacramento
San Jose M W Stover & w. la
I E Hall. Stanford Bra L Stover, 3 Dak
E E Martin, Magalia Mrs H J Mowrey, S D
<' W M Walsh. Auburn B B Beekman, Or
: M Yeater, S Dakota F N Moore, .Pa
H Wilson, 8 Dakota J F Llttlefield, Sonoma
W G Sharpley, V S A E B Copeland, W Va
C B Simmons. Visalia F A Penniman. S Jose
C G Wllsox, Vlcalla A C Penniman, B Jose
Mrs W G Goodman. Cal C Price. Hanford
R Morse, San Diego W F Gardner, San Jose
jF V Fox, Las Vegas N Gould, Petaluma
\ W Hallow, S Barbara H Jackson, Cal
i W Ikle & w, N V Miss Duncan, Cal
'C E Taylor. Chicago E M Mlxen, L Ang
T1 1 Hambly, Seattle? ; K B Troxel &w, Dur-
C W Curtis & w, Cal ham
i C X Holmburg, Cal F J Brandon, San Jose
I J A Black & w, (a! L R Poundstone. Cal
T H Holllngsworth, II X Wood, Newman
Wyoming H C Somervllle. Chgo
F tiloughton, Tehama C V Perkins, Petaluma
J McCudden, Vallejo T B Bard. Lakeport
Miss McCudden, ValleJoM D Glidler & w, Stkn
iDr O Royal, Portland H S Peabody. Bta Ana
A M Stone. New York 0 B McCarty, Ohio
IJ V Barker, Indiana A J Rlgsby. Texas
H Waltham, Boston
C E Lindsay, L Ang IE T Dere, Stockton
PALACE HOTEL.
A D Workman, Manila Mrs D Piper, Ph'.la
H H Bell, Palo Alto .Mrs W H Hanson, Cal
1T T Williams, Marln Mrs M E Davis, Cal
j G A Lung. i S A Dr S G Evans. U S N
'T F Noonan" Jr. N J L M Overstreet, US N
iII B Mulford. USA D T Ames. Mt View
D Hamilton, London Mrs G A Lung, Balti
E E Gabltes, N Z J C Sullivan. X' S X
J R Dwyer. N V W Gibson, Valparaiso
Mrs E Smith, Portland W Stuart * fm, Cal
W S Hill. Cal IB Crowell. Cleveland
J M Johnson, Chicago ; J W Piper. Boston
O Robbins, Boston |G L Oppcnhelm. N V
Miss I Robbins, Boston G C Jensen, Ala
| Mi-« E Robbln?. Bostn Mrs M Taylor. Cal
Miss C Robbins. BustiiiD Melons, Oak Knoll
B H Smith, Sn GabrleljT N Irving. Stanford
C Leonardt, i..- Ang Miss A McGovern, Cal
H P Curtis. l>s Ang Miss L McKilllcan Cal
W W Allen. NY G A Wanger & w, Cal
B Santord & w. Mass (Mrs L E White, Cal
Mrs N Slackstone. Cal C Prohazka & w. 11l
N .i Nlsson, Slsklyou D M Goodrich. Ohio
, T Flint, San Juan H Koi New York
N P Nye Siskiyou V N Fredenbery, Phila
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
City and County of San Francisco to Willia-n
Wolf", lot on NW corner of Ellis and Franklin
streets. W 137:6 by N 137:6; also lot on Nfc:
corner Ellis and 0.-tavia streets. E 102:6 by N
187:6; aleo lot on NW corner Ellis and Oough.
streets, W 165 by N 137 :«; $ .
Mary McAleer to William J. Ramsey lot on
W line of Franklin street, 60 S of Grove S 35
by W 1C7:'"; $10.
Thrnnas H. and Mary J. Ro.mey to Christian
and Sophia Fahr^nkrug, lot un W line of Fol
som street, 35 S of Nineteenth. S 30 b\ \v
X, US
Frederick Hcr»e and O. T>. Baldwin (trus
tees) to Recce Clark, tot on N line of Seven
teenth street. I<W:S Rof Market, E2l 3' t N 113
S\V '.'7 :llva. S 93:9; $10.
Albert and Emilie M. Pissis and Margaret
and Kugene Gallols to Eugene D. Pissis. lot on
SE corner of Montgomery and Pacific streets,
S 43:3 E 65:9 N ;0:3. W 33:9. N 23, W 36; $IW.
Albert. Emilie M. and Eugene D. Pisals to
Margaret Gallols, lot on M line of Sutter
street. 107:6 W of Grant avenue. "W 41:6 by N
126; also lot on S line of California street .l 34
W of Van Ness avenue. W 44:3 by 137:6: $100.
Emilie M. and Eugene D. Pissls and Mar
garet and Eugene D. Gallols to Albert Pun*
lot on SW line of Main street, 13. :6 NW
of Mission. NW 45:10 by SW 137:6; $100.
Albert and Eugene D. Pissis and Margaret
and Eugene Gallois to Emile M. Pi ssl3 '- 10 on
SE corner of Mission street, 275 SW of Fourth,
SE 160 by SW 34:44; $100. , . . T
John and Ada M. Hinkel to Nicholas J.
Walsh, lot on W line of Twenty-fifth avenue,
100 S of Clement street, S SO, W 158. N 9%,
WSO. E 162:8; $10. , , _,
Isaac Liebes to Charles J. Beblow, lot on E
line of Twenty-fourth avenue, 150 >. or A
street. N 100 by E 120: $10. .
Isaac and Helena Liebes to Charles. J. Beh
low. lot on SE corner of Twenty-fourth avenue
; and A street. E 158:5. SW 164:6. N 44:7; $10.
Cornelius Murphy to John W. McDonald, lot
on N'E corner of Nineteenth avenue and h.
street. E 57:6 by N 100: warranty deed; 510.
Cornelius O'Brien to Henry Brandt, lot on vv
line of Mission street. 122 S of Thirtieth.
S 27, W 92:1 N 25:4%. E 95:9. lot 3. John King
ston's Map 2 of Precita Valley lands; $10.
Christopher Murr to Eva C. Cameron, lot on
NE corner of Tenth avenue, 120 SE of M street.
SE 120 by NE 100 block 186. Central Park
Homestead: $10. _ „
E. L. Hoag to A S. Baldwin, lot on E line
of Castro street and NW of Laldley. X 753:2
SE 125:5, PW 87:2, lot 40, block 4, Mission and
Thirtieth street Extension Homestead; $10.
Alameda County.
G W and Mary C. Meyer. Herman C.
Pfister, W. B. Hayford and Mondula Leak (by
Oscar Li. Rodgers, Sheriff) to George L.. Mer-
Kuire lot on S line of Thirty-seventh street,
125 W of Grove. W 60 by S 133. being the N 153
f>*t of lot 11 block A, Apgar Tract, Oakland;
$700.
J. J Scrivner to same, all interest in same:
$5.
Blanche de Bej?>m and Castor, de Beson de
Larquiziere to Emnw Whitaker (wife of R. A.),
lot on W corner of Santa Clara and Walsworth
avenues, NW & by SW 150.03. beinK the SE 15
feet of lots 1. 2 and 3. block L. Linda Vista
Terrace. Oakland : $10.
Peter Saul to same, lot X 735. on map show-
Ing lands tn be taken for same, quitclaim deed,
East Oakland; $50.
COMMERCIAL NEWS
Continued from Page 8.
the city front (Mission-street wharf i about
twenty-live minutes later than at Fort Point;
the height of tide Is the same at both places.
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6.
Sun rises 3:45
Pun sets 6:52
Ko Q sets 8:48 p. m.
0 rime ITimel Time! (Time
* I ; Ft. I ' Ft. ' Ft. ' 1 Ft.
a L W H W L Wj H W!
6 .'..'l 5:461 1.0112:18) 5.3 6:16] 1.0 |
|H W| (L Wj iH W L W'
7 ...I 0:35! 4.9! 6:1*: 1.3 12:411 5.4' 6:56 0.7
8 ...I I'M 4.71 6:491 1.6' 1:67 5.5 7:39 0.5
9 ...' 2:11! 4.51 7:24) 2.0 1:40 5.5 8:30 0.4
10 .. I 3:101 4.2 8:03 2.:, 2:20 5.51 9:26 0.3
11 .. ' 42! 4.''' 8:66 2.9! 3:05 5.5j 10:30 0.2
12 ! 5:401 4.0! 9:5*1 3.1 4-"6' 5.5 11:33 0.2
13 ... 6:59 4.2' 11:16 3.1| 5:161 5.4|
NOTE— In the above exposition of the tides
the early mornins tides are frtven in the left
hand column and the successive tides of the
day in the order of ■"■■ourrence as to time. The
second time column Eive;= the second tide of
the day, the third time column the third tide
and the last or right hand column srives rhe
last tide of the day. except when there are but
three tides, as sometimes occur. The heights
given are addition to the soundings on the
T'nited States Coast Purvey charts, except
when a minus sign (— ) precedes the height,
and then the number snven is subtracted from
the depth given by the charts. The plane of
reference is the mean of the lower low waters.
Time Ball.
Branch Hydrojrraphic Office, U. S. N , Mer
chants' Exchange, San Francisco, Cal.,
September 5. MM. ,
The time ball on the tower of the new Ferry
building was dropped at exactly noon to-day—
1. p.. at noon of the 120 th meridian, or at 8
o'clock p. m., Greenwich time.
C. O. CALKINS,
Lieutenant Commander, IT. B. NT., in charge.
Steamer Movements.
TO ARRIVE
Steamer. | From. J Due.
Homer St. Michael [Sep. 6
Bertha St Michael [Sep. 6
Grace Dollar.... Harbor Pep. 6
Czarina [Puget Sound 'Sep. 6
Samoa Humboldt Pep. 6
Titanla Nanaimo Sep. 6
Mackinaw ITacoma 'Pep. «
B Hamster.... River [Sep. 7
Corona 'San Diego Sep. 7
Weeott Humboldt Pep. 7
Columbia Portland (Sep. 7
Pan Juan Panama 'Sep. 7
Santa Cruz 'Newport 'Sep. 7
Willamette *....INanaimo Pep. 7
Point Arena....! Point Arena (Sep. 8
Wellington .... Departure Bay Pep. 8
MIneola [Nanaimo 'Pep. 9
Empire Coos Bay Sep. 9
Pomona 'Humboldt Sep. 9
Santa Rosa Pan Diego Sep. 9
City of Rio J. China and Japan [Sep. 9
Umatilla I Victoria & Puget Sound Pep. 9
Progreso 'Seattle [Sep. 11
Washtenaw ....[Tacoma ISep. 11
State of Cal.... I Portland 'Sep. 12
Australia Honolulu 'Sep. 12
Areata 'Coos Bay Sep. 12
North Fork Humboldt Sep; 12
Brunswick (Oregon Ports (Sep. 13
TO SAIL.
Steamer. [ Destination. I Sails. I Pier.
Newburg ...[Grays Harbor'Sep. 6, 4pm'Pier J
Pomona ....Humboldt (Sep. 6, 2 Pier S
Alameda ..'Sydney Pep. 6. 10 pm Pier 7
Areata Coos Bay Pep. 7, 10 am Pier 13
Corona San Diego Sep. 7, 11 am Pier 11
North Fork. Humboldt Sep. 7. 9 am! Pier 2
Curacao ...Mexico 'Pep. 7, 10 am Pier 11
Acapuleo ..Panama (Sep. 8, 12 m|PMSS
Walla WallfVic & Pat Sd.'Sep. 8. 10 am Pier 9
Weeott 'Humboldt 'Sep. 8, 2 Pier l.*
Bonita [Newport Sep. 9, 9 am Pier 11
Columbia ..(Portland [Sep. in. 10 am'Pier 24
Samoa [Humboldt 'Sep. 10. 10 am'Pier 2
Point ArenajPoint Arena. .ISep. 11, 2 pm Pier "
Santa Rosa San Diego [Sep. 11. 11 am Pier 11
Nip.. Maru..:r*hina& JapanlPep. 12. 1 pmlPMSS
Homer Cape Nome. ..[Sep. 12, .............
Coos Bay.. 'Newport i Sep. 13. 9 am Pier 11
Umatilla ...'Vic & Pgt Sd 'Sep. 13, 10 am Pier sj
State Portland 'Sep. 15, V am Pier 21
Shipping Intelligence.
ARRIVED.
Tuesday, September 5.
Stmr Corona, Goodall, 62 hours from San
Diego and way ports.
Stmr Fulton, Levinson, hours from Trlni
'Wmr Newburg. Hensen, 4S hours from San
0 S stmr Adams, Book. 4 days from Port-
Ia v 8 Btmr Marblehead, Colby, 45 hours from
Br ship British Isles, Dunbar, 113 days from
Cardiff. Claverdon. Kelway, 176 days from j
Br Claverdaa, Kelway, in days from
S Ship e Columbia. Nelson. 10 days from Taeoma.
Fr bark Dv Guesclln, Dejole, 90 days from
X Briar I/Orltne McLeod, 19 days from Kahului.
ScUr Fortune. Luberg. 3% days from Eureka.
Schr Five Brothers, Jensen, 60 hours from
P Schr S Achie and Fontle, Johannissen, 54 hours
from Fish Rock.
CLEARF/D.
Tuesday. September 5.
Stmr Pomona, Shea, Eureka; Qoodal!. Per
kl St rnf Coos Bay. Hall. San Pedro; Goodall,
P tmr ! State' of California, Green. Astoria;
Goodall, Perkins & Co.
Stmr Newsboy, Fosen, .
Stmr Novo. Johnson, Fort Bragg.
Br ship " Glenard. Turner, Antwerp: Girvln
& Byre.
SAILKD. |
Tuesday, September 5. •
Stmr Gipsy, Leland, Santa Crur.
Stmr Alice Blanchard. Hall. Coos Bay.
Stmr Cl-one. Higgina, .
Stmr State of California. Green, Astoria.
Stmr Coos Bay, Hall. San Pedro.
US Etmr Badger. Miller. San Diego.
Br tUX Pilot. Butler. Nanaimo.
Ba-!?e Colorado, -Andrews. Nanaimo.
c chr Nettle Low, Low, Point Reyes.
TELEGRAPHIC.
POINT Lobns. Sept 5, 10 p Weather
hazy* wind NW; velociey 20 miles.
SPOKEN.
Fcr Clarendon, July 25, lat 4 20 long 117 W-
Letters. M F T W. four-masted ship, bound ti>
Deiagoa. Bay. ■
MISCELLANEOUS.
The etmr Noyo while bound to sea this after
noon blew out a gasket. Anchored off Meig^s
wharf. Will go to sea, as soon as repairs are
madS ' DOMESTIC PORTS.
GRAYS HARBOR— Arrived Sept 6— Stmr Co
quille River, hence Sept 1. ■ -
VIGTORIA-^-Arrived Sept 2-Schr Fred J
Wood, from Hoaauim. - - ,•- ,■.*■ ■ _ •
Arrived Sept 4-Stmr Ruth, hence Sept 2.
CASPAR— Arrived Sent s— Schr Abbie.
, MENDOCINO— Arrived Sept s— Stmr Point
Arena, hence Sect 4. Golden Gate, for San
Sailed SeDt s— Schr Golden Gate, for San
F ALBION-Batled Sept B— Schr Nettie Sund
borg. for San Francisco.
TACOMA— Arrived Sept 4— Ger ship Drenna,
from Royal Roads; Br ship Blairgowrie, from
Seattle. ,
Sailed SeDt 3— Stmr Al-Kl, for Dyea; schr
Muriel, for Kobe. Sept 4— Btmr Port Albert,
for Manila.
SEATTLE— -Arrived Sept Stmr Progreso,
hence Seat 1.
Sailed Sept s— Ship Aryan, for San Francisco.
IVERSENS LANDlNG— Arrived Sept s— Sehr
Reliance, hence Sept 2 schr Ocean Spray, hnc
Sept 2.
Sailed Sept s— Schr J Eppinger, for San Fran
cisco. ,
COOS BAY— Sailed Sept s— Schr Monterey, for
Pan Francisco. Seat 4— Stmr Arcata, for San
Francisco.
Arrived Sept s— Stmr Empire, hence Sept 3.
SAN DIEGO— Sept Tug Maule, for
San Francisco.
BOWENS LANDlNG— Arrived Sept s— Schr
Corinthian, hence Sept 2.
EUREKA— Arrived Sept s— Schr Allen A. hue '
Aug 30; schr Mary Buhne, from Ventura; schr I
.T G Wall, hence Aug 25; stmr Weeott. hence
Sept 4; schr Bertha Dolbe<?r, from San Pedro.
Sailed Sept 5— 3tnar Samoa, for San Francisco.
HUENEME— SaiIed S?pt s— Schr C T Hill, for
Grays Harbor.
Arrived Sect ." — Stmr South Coast, from Eu
reka.
USAL— Sailed Sept s— Stmr Navarro. for Ban
Francisco.
ASTORlA— Arrived Sept 5— Stmr Brunswick,
hence Sent 1.
, Sailed Sept a— Stmr Columbia, for San Fran
cisco.
FOREIGN PORTS.
! .YOKOHAMA— Arrived Sept s— Br stmr Em
press of Japan, from Vancouver.
Sailed S*Jrt 2— Br stmr Lennox, for Oregon;
Br stmr Coptic, for San Franoisco.
MANlLA— Arrived Sept 3— Stmr Indiana, hnc
Auk 1.
SLlGO— Arrived Sept 4-Hr hark Bowman B
Law. from Oregon.
SYDNEY— Arrived prior Sept s— Bark Semi
no!', from Port Btaketey; Br Btmr lloana, hnc
Aus 5.
\ QUEEXSTOWN— Arrived Sept 5— bark
' Balmoral, from Orecon, and sailed for Ant
werp.
HONGKONG— Arrived Sept s— Br ship Hut
ton Hall, from Tacoma.
NANAIMO — Arrived Sept 4— Bktn Katie
Fllcklnsor. from Nitrate.
SHANGHAI Arrived Sept 4— Bktn Robert
Pearler, from Port Blab
TRANSATLANTIC STEAMERS.
BALTIMORE— Arrived Bept s— Stmr H I!
Meier," from Bremen.
NEW YORK— Sailed Sept s— Stmr Bulgaria,
for Hamburg; stmr Bovte, for Liverpool; stmr
Lahn, for Bremen, via Southampton.
Arrived Sept s— Stmr Westernland, from Ant
werp-
SYDNEY— Arrived previously Sept s— Stmr
Moana, from San Francisco.
QITEENSTOWN — Arrived Sept 5 — Stmr
Cephalonia, from Boston, for Liverpool.
OCEAN TRAVEL.
Pacific Coast Steamship So
te. Steamers leave Broadway
IS&fc-^ v.rnrf. Pan Francisco.
IgSSSroftv. For Alaskan ports, 10 a. m.. j
IsPltft^S*., September 3. 8. 13, 18, 23, 28. i
gS;pK,tf^ October 3. change at Seattle.
' tt£&*f:»l \7'i For Victoria. Vancouver (B.
: E^^*'£?§il C Port Townsend. Seattle. (
j r^SW^w Tacomn. Everett. Anacortea
ti *»-4iri and New Whatcom (Wash.),
"*■ 10 a. m. September 3. 8, 13, IS,
23 28 October 3, an 1 every flftli day thereafter:
change at Sea tt l.- to this company's steamers
for Alaska and O. N. fty.l at Tacoma to N.
P Rv • at Vancouver to C. F. Ry-
"For Eureka (Humboldt Bay). - p. m.. Sep-
tember 1 6. 11. 18. 21. 26. October 1. and every
For dfl San« *Cr2; Monterey San Simeon.
Cayucns. Port Harford (Pan Luis Oblspo). :
Gavinta Santa Barbara, Ventura, Hueneme
San Pedro. East San Pedro (Los Angeles) and
NewDort 9 a m.. September 1. 5. 9. 13. 17, 11.
25 29. October 3, and every fourth day there-
a Fo r r Fan Diego, stopping only at Port Har-
ford (San Luis Obtspo). Santa Barbara. Port
Los An*ele* and Redocdo (Lop Angers) 11 a.
m.. September 3. 7, 11, 10. 1?- 23. 27. October l.
! and every fourth day thereafter.
For Knienada. Msgdalena Bay, San Jose del
Cabo, Mazatlan, Altata. La Paz. Santa Rosalia
and Guaymas (Mex.). 10 a. m.. .th of each
For further Information obtain folder.
The company reserves th? right to Chans':
without previous notice steamers, sailing date« j
anrt h"->nr>> of Mlitnsr.
TICKET OFFICE— 4 New Montgomery
street (Palace Hotel).
GOODALL, PERKINS & CO.. Gen. Acts..
10 Market St., San Francisco.
— ~~ ;
THE 6. 11. & N. CO.
DISPATCH FAST STEAMERS TO
:p O jr. t T_, .a. IsT d
From Spear-street Wharf at 10 a. m.
Cant S«2 First Class Including Bert* ;
rAnt SS Second Class and Meals.
I STATE OF CALIFORNIA sails ■_■■■■ i
Sept. 5, 15, 25; Oct. 5, 15. 25 !
' COLUMBIA sails. .Sept. 10, 20, 30: Oct. 10. 20. 30 i
Short line to Walla Walla, Spokane. Butt", i
Helena and all points In the Northwest.
Through tickets to all points East.
E. C. WARD. General Agent.
630 Market st .
GOODALL. PERKINS & CO.,
Superintendents.
AMERICAN LINE.
FSW TORK. SOUTHAMPTON, LONDON, PARI3.
Stopping at Cherbourg, westbound.
From New York Every Wednesday, 10 a. m.
; St. Paul Sept. II St. Paul Sept. 27
i New York Sept. 13 Sew York Oct. 4
St. Louis Sept. 20 St. Louis Oct. 11 j
RED STAR LINE.
New York and Antwerp.
From New York Every Wednesday. 12 noon.
Southwark ....Sept. 6 1 Nordland Sept. 27
Westernland ..Sept. 131 Friesland Oct. 4|
Kensington Sept. 10 Southwark Oct. 11
EMPIRE LINE.
Seattle. St. Michael. Dawson City.
For full information regarding freight and
passage apply to
INTERNATIONAL NAVIGATION COMPANY.
30 Montgomery St.. or any of Its agencies.
TOYO KISENKAISHA.
STEAMERS WILL LEAVE WHARF. COR- ■■
ncr First and Brannan streets, 1 p. m., for
1 YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG, calling at
; Kobe (Hiogo), Nagasaki and Shanghai, and
i connecting at Hongkong with steamers for I
India, etc. No cargo received on board on day
; of sailing.
NIPPON MARU Tuesday. September 12
AMERICA MARU Friday, October 6
HONGKONG MART" Wednesday, Nov. 1
Round-trip tickets at reduced rates. For j
i freight and passage apply at company's office, '
421 Market St., cor. First.
W. H. A VERY. General Agent.
©■■■inH S. S. Alameda sails
AnIE via "Honolulu and !
9jFtn*9Vm Auckland for Sydney ,
M™ v. l Wednesday. Septem-
(Ls>^v\ b?r 6. at 10 p. m. '
NfWfTKrHIV I Th - s - 9 - Australia !
G)lCdllljlliU CJ sails for Honolulu
/rtfnD7il?lw Wednesday, Septem-
\U|!|R..U!U!P ber 20 at 5 p. m.
Favorite Line Round the World, via Hawaii,
Samoa. New Zealand, Australia. India, Suez,
, England, etc.; $610 first class.
J. D. SPRECKELS & BROS. CO.. Agts.. 114 Moniaomer)
Pier 7, Foot Pacific St FreightOWce.327 Market St.
COKPAGNIE GENEBALE TRANBATLANTIQUE.
DIRECT LINE TO HAVRE-PARIS. £s e,
' Sailing every Saturday at 10 a. m. Cjrfjrtn
from Pier 42. North River, foot of ■*-*■*■*.■*
Morton st. LA CHAMPAGNE, Sept. 9; LA
GASCOGNE. Sept. IS: LA BRETAGNE, Sept.
23- LA TOURAINE, Sept. 30; LA NORMAN-
DIE. Oct. 7. First-class to Havre. $65 and up- j
ward 3 per cent reduction on round trip. ' Sec-
i ond-class to Havre. $45. 10 per cent reduction
ion round trip. GENERAL AGENCY FOR
UNITED STATES AND CANADA, 32 Broad-
way (Hudson building). New York. J. F. FU-
CAZI & CO.. Pacific Coast Agents. 5 Mont-
gomery aye.. San Francisco.
BAY AND RIVEB STEAMERS.
FOB U. S. NAVY-YARD AND VALLEJO.
Steamer "Monticello."
MON.. Tues., Wed., Thurs. and Sat. at 9:45
a. m.. 3:15, 8:30 p. m. (ex. Thurs. night), Fri-
' days, 1 p. m. and S:30: Sundays. 10:30 a. m. . g
p. m. Landing and office. Mission-street Dock,
Pier No. 2. Telephone Main 1508.
FARE 50c
RAILROAD TRAVEL.
| ~_^_ .
NORTH PACIFIC COAST RAILROAD.
Via Satualit* Ferry.
Commencing September 1, ISS9.
FROM SAN FRANCISCO TO MILL VALLEY
AND SAN RAFAEL.
WEEK DAYS— 7:OO, *8:0U, 3:30, 11:00 a. m. :
I *1:45, 3:20, 4:00 »6:00. 6:30 p. m.
EXTRA TRIPS— For Mill Valley and San
j Rafael, on Mondays. Wednesdays, Saturdays
i and Sundays, at 9:CO and 11:30 p. m.
SUNDAYS— •3:00, •10:00. 11:00. 11:30
a. m.; 1:00, 0 1:45, 2:30, «4:00. 5:30. 6:45 p. m.
11:00 a. m. does not run to San Ra.f'l 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. »6:40. 7:55. 8:40. »10:20
a. m.: 12:30. 2:15, »3:40, 4:85, 5:15 p. m.
EXTRA TRIPS on Mondays, Wednesdays
! and Saturdays, at 6:40 and 10:15 p. m.
SUNDAYS— •S:00, *9:43, »10:45, »ll:4s
a. m.; 1:00, 2:20. *3:30, *5:15, '6:00. 7:00, 10:15 !
p. m. .
Trains marked (*) run to San Quentin. -: 'i -ir.
FROM MILL VALLEY TO SAN FRANCISCO.
WEEK DAYS -5:45. 6:50. 7:55. 8:55. 10:35
i a. m. : 12:33. 2:45. 4:53. 5:20 p. m.
EXTRA TRIPS v on Mondays, Wednesdays
i and Saturdays, at 7:00, 10:20 p. m.
SUNDAYS — 8:00. 10:00. 11:10 a. m.; 12:05.
> 1:20. 2:40, 3:65. 6:30, 6:30. 10:20 n. m.
THROUGH TRAINS.
7:00 a. m. week — Cazadero and way sta'ns.
3:20 p. m. Saturdays — Cazadero and way sta'ns.
8:00 a. m. Sundays — and way sta'ns.
1:45 p. m. Sundays— Pt. Reyes and way sta'ns.
RAILROAD TRAVEL
sovTireiur pacific COJIPAJMr*
(PACIFIC svsTf.ir.)
Trains leave nn«l »r« due io »rrlw« mf
HAY rUANCISCO.
(Main Line, Foot of ATaiket Street)
leave — From Acgcst £, 1399. — amuti
7:OOa Benida, Suisun and Sacramento. . . . 5:43f
7 :0O v MamriUo, OrotHle tnd Bedding »la
Woodland « s SiI
7:OO Elmira, V.icaTille and Rnmiey ■«»•»
Martinez, San Uamon, Vallejo. N*p«.
ralistoga and Santa K05a......... 2'iS?
9:00 a Atlantic Express. Ogden and Kast.. »'*»*
«>:tu.\ San Jose. LiTermore, Stockton,
love. Sacrameuto. Placemile.
MarysTille, Chico, lied Bluff VIZ*
8:3Oa •Milton, Oakdale and Sonora ««1»F
8:30* Yoeemita Valley via Oakdala and . ___
Chinese 4iil»F
O:OOa Haywarda.Nilcs and Way Stations. 11*48*
»:<>.; a ilartinei, Tracy, Lathrop, Stockton,
Merc (1 and Fresno. 1»J1O»
»:<»<»* Fresno, UakeralicM Santa Barbara,
Lea Aotelea Demlng. El Paso,
Now Orleans and Eas» S 1 :?!!
10:OOa Vail- j.*. MartinM and Way Stations _«*'
1 1 :OOa Haywards, Kiles ami Way Stations. »i 4»»
I2:OUm Miles, Livern:ore, Stockton, Sacra,-
mento. Mendota. Hanford, Vlsslia,
Pcrter»Ule .f'l5 11
•l:OOp Sacramento llivcr 5teamer5. ......... "BtOOP
8:0«r Hayward3, Kill* and Way Stations. »i*3»
4:iior Hartiuez, San Kasooo, Vallejo,
Niipi. L'lllMma. Santa ttni •ilB4
4:00 - Benida. VacavilK Sacramento^
Wooillaud, Knlchts Landing; _
Marj-sfHle. OrovillH 'i^S*
4:30p Kii'es, 6tn.lodeaud Stockton ....... 7:13F
•1:3 Op Vo emito hieopii;g Car for Raymond 1»»1»»
s;OopThe Owl. Tracy. Fref.no. Bakers-
field. Caucus for Santa Barbara,
Los ADgeles t lsi
is:»Op Stockton. Merced, Fresno 1»»»B#
0:!IUp Martinez, Tracy, Mendcta, Fresno,
Mojavo end l,os Angeles Bt4o^
0:3 Or Satita Fe Uonte, Atlautio Express _ _•
for Mojava ami Hast «i«»
•tOOp Chicigo-Sau Frandsco Special. OgJeu
and Kant «ia«»
«:OOp Hajirards, Niles and San Jose 7«4» a
•*J:OOp Vallelo 12«I5b»
27:00p Vollejo. Port Costa and Way Sta-
tions .-. :»t«3»
8:03p Oro£O!i ICxiiress.SacraTTiento, Marys-
»ille, lte<ldinß, Portlau.l, Puget
Bound ami i:u.»t gi!3A
COAST tUVISION (Narrow (Jange).
(Foot of Market Street.) — .
t7i43A Santa Cruz Excursion for Santa
Cruz and Principal Way Station! JSiWg
8:1 3 a Newark, Centerville,San Jose, Felton,
Boulder Creek.SautaCiuz and Way _T__:
Stations 8iS0»
•Sil3r Newark. Centenrille. San Jose, New
Almaden, Felton, Boulder Creek,
Santa Cruz and Principal Way
Stations »I«»8»4
4:lSr San Jose, Glenwood and Way Sta-
tions. •!»•*.
•4:18p Felton. Santa Cms and Way SU>
tiocs /•'••A
CREEK ROUTE FERRY.
from SIS raiSCISCO — foot of Market Street (Slip 8) —
•7:15 9:00 11:00 a.m. tl:09 *2:03 23:09
•t:C3 tS:C3 *6:03 p.«. • •
rrtm OAKUHD— rcit of Broad wtj.— "6:oo 8:00 10:00 a. K.
| |12:C3 «l:03 t3:00 *3:C3 ti:o3 . '8:00
COAST DIVISION (Broad Gauge), f
. (Third and Townaend Sta.)
•6:IOa Ocean Vierr, South Kan Frand?co.. # 6:80»
. *7:OOa San Jose anil Way Ktations (New
Alma:... Wednesdays only) »S»OOA
17:30 a Sunday F.xcursion for Santa Cros,
P::cinc Grove and Principal Way
Stations J8;85»
0:00 a .Sari Jose, TrL'a I'lnoa. Santa Cruz,
PociUo Grove, Faao Rpbles, San
Luis Obispo, Surf, Lompoc and
Principal W..y _at!ons 4sl»»
l»:l«» Sat) Jose and Way hUfunis 0:334
11:3Oa San Jose and Way Stations liMl
*2:13r San Mateo. Redwood, Menlo Park,
Palo Alto. Santa Clara, San .lose,
UoUister. Santa Cruz. Silica*
Montercj and I'acilio Grove *10s8*A
*S:3Op Kan Jose, Santa Cruz, Pacitlo Grove
and Principal Way Stations *7:80p
•4:15p San Jose ami Principal Way Stations 9: 13a
•3:00p San Jose awl Principal Way Stations # BsB3a
5:30p San Jose and Principal Way Stations "9:00 a.
0:: SOp San Jose an.l Way Stations 8:80f
tll:43i> San Jcrc£i;>l Way Stations f7s*OT
A for Moruiuc. P for Afternoon.
• Sunday exceptert. t Sunday only. Satnrday only.
• fcSatuiday and Sunday /Sunday and Monday.
CALIFORNIA NORTHWESTERN RY. CO}
LESSEE
SAN FRANCISCO AND NORTH PACIFIC
RAILWAY COMPANY.
Tiburon Ferry, Foot of Market St,
BAN FRANCISCO TO SAN RAFAEI*
WEEK DAYS— 7:3O, 9:00, 11:00 a. m.; 12:3Sj
3:30, 6:10, 6:30 p. m. Thursdays— triß
at 11:30 p. m. Saturdays— Extra trips at l:50>
and 11:30 p. m.
SUNDAYS— B:OO, 9:30. 11:00 a. m.; 1:30, »:**,
4:00, 6:20 p. m.
SAN RAFAEL TO SAN FRANCISCO.
WEEK DAYS— 6:IO, 7:50. 9:20, 11:10 a. m.: 13:*S»
3:40, E:l5 p. m. Saturdays Extra trips at
1:55 and 6:35 p. m.
SUNDAYS— 9:«. 11:10 a. m.; 1:40, 3:40, 6:08.
6:25 p. m. •
Between San Francisco and Schuetzen Park
tame schedule as above. .
Leave i Arrive
Ban Francisco. In Effect San Francisco. .
. : — 1 April 16. j 4
Week | Sun- HIM. j Sun- Week
Pays. I days. ' Destination. i days. J Days.
7:30 ami 8:00 am Novato. 10:40 am 8:40 an»
1:30 pm 9:30 am) Petaluma. 6;tJ6 pm 10:25 am
i:10 pm 5:00 pm| Santa Buam. | 7:35 pm 8:30 pa»
Fulton,
1:30 am Windsor. 10:26 am
Heald^burgr.
Lytton,
Geyserv-ille,
1:20 pm 8:00 am G.overdale, 7:35 pm 8:80 pat
7:30 am Hopianii and 1 10:25 am
3:30 pm 8:00 am Uklah. 7:35 pm 6:20 pa
7:30 am 1 10:25 am
j 8:00 am; Guerneville. 7:35 pm
X:3O pm 6:20 ptn
7:80 ami 8:00 am ! Sonoma 10:40 am S:4O ana
1 and
8:10 pm 5:00 pmj Glen Ellen. 6:05 pm 6:20 pm
7:30 am 8:00 am Sebastjpol. .10:40 am 10:25 la
8:30 pm 5:00 pm| i 7:35 pmj 6:20 pmj
Stages connect at Santa Rosa for Mark WestJ
Springs and White Sulphur Springs; at Liytton
for Lytt-n Springs: at Geyservllle for SkagrgS)
Springs: at Cloverdale for the Geysers; at Hop™
land for Duncan Springs, Highland Spring*.
Kelseyville. Carlsbad Springs. Soda Bay, Lake*
port and Bartlett Springs; at Uklah for VlchJl
Springs. Saratoga Springs, Blue Lakes, Laurel
Dell Lake, Witter Springs, Upper Lake. Porno,
Potter Valley, John Day's, Riverside, Llerley's,'
Bucknell's, Sanhedrin Height*, Hullvllle,
Booneville, Philo, Christine, Soda Springs'
Navarro, Whitesboro, Albion, Little RlTerJ
Orr's Hot Springs. Mendocino City. Fort Bragg,'
Westport. Usal. Willltts, Laytonvllle, Cum*
mlng's. Bell's Springs, Harris, Olsen's. Dyer. 1
Bcotla and Eureka.
Saturday to Monday round trip tickets at|
reduced rates.
On Sundays round trip tickets to all polntf
beyond San Rafael at half rates.
Ticket Offices. 650 Market St.. Chronicle blda
H C WHITING. R. X. RYAN/
General Manager. Gen. Pass. Agent,
Santa Fe Route
San Francisco to Chicago.
THE MOST COMFORTABLE WAY ACROSS
THE CONTINENT.
EVERT DAY IN THE YEAR PULLMAN
PALACE AND PULLMAN UPHOLSTERED
TOURIST CARS LEAVE OAKLAND MOLE-
FOR CHICAGO AND THE EAST. TAKB
MARKET-STREET FERRY AT 6:30 P. M.
DINING-ROOMS ARE MANAGED BY MR.
FRED HARVEY. AND ARE PERFECT IK
EVERY DETAIL, SERVING MEALS AT
REGULAR HOURS AND REASON
RATES.
NO OTHER LINE OFFERS SO MANY IN-
DUCEMENTS AS THE SANTA FE ROUTE.
SAN FRANCISCO TICKET OFFICE. S»
MARKET ST. TELEPHONE MAIN 1531.
OAKLAND OFFICE. 1118 Broadway.
SACRAMENTO OFFICE. 201 J Street.
SAN JOSE OFFICE, 7 W. Santa Clara Street.
THE SAN FRANCISCO AND SAN JOAQUIH
VALLEY RAILWAY COMPANY.
From Jan. 18, 1599. trains will run as follow;
South-bound. North-bound.
Passen-I Mixed. Mixed. Paw
Her. Sunday Stations. Sunday ifer.
Dally. Exc'ptd Exs'ptd Dally.
7:20 am. 10. 30 am Stockton J:4o pm 6:00 pta
. 9:10 am 2:05 pm Merced 12:40 pm 4:11 prn
10:40 am 6:35 pm Fresno 9:30 am 243 pra
11:38 am 7:45 pm ! Hanford 7:4 a am 1.48 pm
2:25 pm 12:30 am Bakerafleld 2:00 am 11:00 am
ll:t»am 6:25 pm Vlsalla 6:40 am 1:22 pra
12:15 pm 6:53 pm Tular* 6:50 am l:0S pra
Etopping at intermediate points as required.
For particulars of stage and other connection,
inquire at Trafflo Department, 221 Market at.
Ban rrandaco.
MOUNT TAMALPAIS SCENIC RAILWAY
_ca«e iiiiu Francisco, via oausallto Ferry,
> Commencing SUNDAY. April 23, 1899.
WEEK DAYS. 9:30 a, m.. and 1:46 p. m. ,
Extra trip on Monday. Wednesday and Satur-
day at 6:15 p. in., Returning Sam* Even-
leg, arriving In San Francisco at mm
p m.
SUNDAYS. 8, 9. 10 and 11 a. m. and 1:45. l:ai
and 4 p. m.
Fare 8. F. to Summit and Return, fl 4#.
THOS COOK & SON. Agts., (£1 Market it» .
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