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MONEY' TO LOAN.
ANY amqur.t of furniture, pianos, without re-
moval, or any other good recurity; payable
back in Installments or as a whole; If you
owe a balance en the purchase price we will
pay lt and carry the loan nr long as you de-
sire; avoid ted tape and publicity; see us firat;
you win be waited upon qutetlv and quickly
Call 6S-69 Donohoe bldg.. 1170 Market st.
ANY amount at 6 per cent; Ist. 2d and 3d mort-
- gages, undivided Interests, real estate ln pro-
bate; mortgages and legacies bought: no de-
lay; get my ter:ns before doing business else-
*•!>■: R. McCOLGAN. 24 Montgomery, r. 3.
ANY amount by private pa.rty on furniture and
Urv.^i , n .° removal; low rates: confidential.
BONELLI. Conservatory, bldg.. 130 Powell st.
LOANS on furniture or pianos in S. P., Oak-
land or Alameda at lowest rates, without
removal: no commission: no delays J
NOONAN. 1017 to 102S Mission at., above
_Sixth: telephone South 14.
ANY preposition; any amount; 6 per cent; first
second mortgages, estates In probate, Interest
in estates, legacies, life insurance; chattel
mortgages; confidential: advice free. G. E.
OLSEN. room 16. first floor. Chronicle bldg.
AVOID delays: try all others, then see me $"X> to
$:C0,C00; 6 per cent; Ist. 2d or chattel mort-
gages :cstates In probate, undivided interests in
estate?, legacies and mortgages bought: advice
and money furnished. P. A. Dolan. C3S Markt.
LAW ar.d Loan Co. (Inc.)— Capital $100,000; loan
mor.ty on any kind of security; prosecute or
defend lawsuits ln all courts on contingent
fees; employ able counsel. Legal advice fr»e
by mail or at office. 214 Pine st.. room 64.
HIGHLY respectable and private place to ob-
ta:n libera! advances on diamonds and lew-
V. ry at r , t , he , I,,>west rates. Baldwin Jewelry
Stcre 545 Market st.; telephone Main 1644;
branch 19 Third at.
ON real estate. Ist or 2nd mortgages, and on
.urn. ture and pianos; r.o removal; any
amount: lowest rates. BECKER. 26 Mont-
gomery st.
CASH loaned to salaried people on note with-
out indorser; also on diamonds, watches and
jewelry. MORRELL. 679 Examiner bylidtr.g.
MONEY to loan: quick: all oppositions: small
or .arge. KLOTH. 220 California st.. room 7.
LOANS on furniture, pianos. Jewelrv, stock; low
rates. J. H. EPSON. 1209 Broadway, Oakland.
A RELIABLE place to borrow money or. dia-
monds. jewelry. W. J. HESTHAL. 10 Sixth.
$50 TO $50,000; lowest rates: Ist and 2d mortgs.;
any proposition. DRYDEN. 413 Montgomery.
ON furniture, pianos, without removal; no
commission; private. LICK. 116 McAllister st.
MONEY loaned salaried rcople on their notes
wit! lndorser. TOUSLE Y, 592 Parrott big.
IF your property Ib mortgaged and you need
mere -•--■:• MURPHY. STiO Market st.
MONEY" WANTED.
WANTED— $500 for 3 years at S per cent to sat-
isfy mortgage: ranch In Sonom* County. Box
746. Call office.
: ■ ——^^»^—»
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.
AS we are selling gcod upright pianos for $5
cash and $5 per month, we ass you to Investi-
gate and approve this method; prices are the
same as if purchase I for ail cash: bargains
in good second-hand uprights upon same easy
payments and some good pianos for $3. $4 and
$5 per month. SHERMAN, CLAY A CO..
Steinway dealers, comer Kearny and Sutter
ats.. San Francisco, ar.d Thirteenth and
Broadway, Oakland.
A FEW bargains for this week.
Three organs. $70 up.
Steinway upright: flrst-class condition.
Steck; nearly new; walnut case.
5 squares. $40 ur: $4 per month.
Four rew Webers; reasonable offer accepted.
One Chlckering: mahogany case.
BENJ. CURTA2 A SON, 16 O'Farrell st.
ABSOLUTELY the oldest and largest house
west of Chicago Is KOHLER & CHASE'S.
26. 2S and 30 O'Farrell st.: pianos, organs and
all other musical instruments of all grades
ani prices; terms easy; prices lowest; every-
thing possible done to please and satisfy the
customer.
DECKER &-♦ SON pianos are always best to
buy. At MAUVAIS'. 769 Market St.
$100, $150. $175, $20") or $250 WILL pay for a good
piano _t MAUVAIS', 7?9 Market St., if you
buy now.
LARGE church organ used at Mechanics' Fair;
a bargain. BYP.ON MATJZY. 808 Post st.
BEAUTIFUL 3-pedal upright piano: cost $400;
neariy new. 1625 Webster, cor. Sutter st.
A FINE Steinway upright Kft by private party;
sacrificed. Room 12. Flood building.
BEAUTIFUL upright piano, cheap fofr cash.
Apply 246-) Market st., near Fifteenth.
PAROAIN-Good upright: cheap. SCHMITZ, a
McAllister st.. next Hibernia Bank.
A— UPRIGHTS. $69 up; installments, $5 75 up.
ror.ts. f2 up (allowed on sale). Heine, 136 Ellis. ;
V,'. G. BADGER. 412 Sacramento St., ag-mt for j
Francis Bacon and Hallett A Davis pianoa.
GOOD piano ln storage on sale cheap for cash.
WILSON'S STORAGE, 1710 Market St.
A— fv". '"FRIGHT piano in fine condition; also
the famous Hornung Eros. 216 McAllister st.
CHEAP Steinway upright; also the famous
Hornung Hros.' pianos. 216 McAllister st.
SOHMER. Byron Mauzv and other pianos. 3CS
Post st.
KNABE pianos: new scale; new styles. KOH-
LER A CHASE. SO O'Farrell st.
FUPETUOR rtollns. zithers, old and new. iT
MT I.LEU.. maker, r^palr^r. 2 Latham place.
OFFICES AND STORES TO LET.
PACIFIC. _2\— Handsome large ntore; cheap to
good tenant.
FOR rent or for lease. {<.">:? Howard «t.. laree
sf.re and larcre concrete t.nsemont.
PALMISTRY.
MME. NEERGAARDrpupTfof~Cou"nt~StJ^serJ
main. CIG G^ary st., above Jones; classes;
o.ffice hours, l i,-. ■*; r . rr..: reading by mail. $1.
PERSON M.S.
YOUNG widower wishes acoualnt?.nce*~of a.
neat ycung Germar. Catholic lady who un-
derstands dressmaking and plays 'zither; ob-
ject matrimony. Box 755, Call office.
SLA UGHTER in unredeemed pledges, jewelry,
clothing, etc.. for amount loaned and Inter-
eat. CUT RAT] LOAN OFFICE. 22 Mason.
LEDERER QULVTONICA hair tonic: a pow-
erful nourishment to weak and impoverished
hair: 35c bottle. G. LEDEBER. 12.1 Stockron.
IMPO P.TED HA IP. styles. halrdresBing.l2sc; I
shampooing. 50c; short hair, 25c; restoring
gray hair to natural color. Sl 50 to $5: bleach-
Ing roots %i hair. 50c. G. LEDERER. 123 Stkn.
JOHN L. BOONE. ] Patent Trademark
Attorney at Law, at.d Copyright
No. 4 Sutter St.. Laws a Specialty
San Francisco. Cal. I American and Foreign
Send for circular. I Pate: Solicited.
CARTENTER SHOP. m
Estimates furnished off all kinds of work,
roofing, etc. MUNRO & CO., tei. Jackson 629.
ASSORTMENT of Imported and domestic rem-
nants for'sults to order, $10 75; pants. $3 73;
nothing higher. One-Price Tailoring Ca. 1644
Market at.. unSer St. Nicholas Hotel.
ELECTRIC lights In every room; Winchester
Hotel. 44 Third st., near Market; 700 rooms;
2"c to $i 50 per night; $1 50 to $6 per week;
free 'bus and baggage to and from the ferry.
WORKS of art worth $100,000 ofi exhibition at
Palace of Art. 18 Post st. Ladles with escorts
admitted from S:3O p. m. to 11:30 p. m. E.
HAQUETTE.
DR. C. A. McQUESTEN has returned and re-
sumed practice. Office. 317 Powell st.
A. KLEIN buys clothing, bric-a-brac, tools
and old gold: send for him l 0 Sixth st.
MARRIAGE bureau: estab. L«S7; reliable and
confidential; lists 10c. Mrs. Hertz. 706 Ellis.
FRINGES, braids, beads and jewels made to
order. ETTINGER'S. 723 Market st.
ANTIQUE and curios shop; goods bought,
sold, exchanged. 525 Dupont st.. nr. Cal.
MRS.L.J.WHEELOCK has removed La Vertte
Parlors to 1140 Market: phone Folsom 446.
PAINTING and paper hanging; rooms papered.
$2 GO up JENSEN & BATH. SOS Sixth >.t.
INCRUSTATION-New Invention fcr china dec-
orators. See S. R. CHURCH. 307 Sansome st.
"BALL-BEARING" sewing machines; no frlc-
■ tion. White Sewing Machine Co.. 3CO I 'St St.
MME. LOUISE'S manicure parlor has removed
from O'Farrell to 132 Eddy st.
MLLE. CLAIRE BERTRAND. manicure par-
lors. 23S Kearny St.. first floor, rocms 2-3.
LACHMAN A CO .. mfrs. of fine furs and seal
garments: also remodeling. IC4 Kearny st.
RUPTURE. piles cured; examination free.
Dr.- Mansfield A Porterfleld. 833 Market st.
HIRSUTINE Co.. hair specialists, grow hair
or no pay: book for stamp. 6 Eddy at.
IF you wish, full value for your cast-off cloth- !
ing, call on B. COHEN, 157 Third st.
RUPTURE, stricture cured; no knife; no Injec-
tion; guarii : Dr. O din. 514 Pine, ab Krny.
SUITS to order on easy Install:-, L.
LEMOS. 1117 Market at., bet. 7th and Sth.
ED— Old gold for manufa'ng. O. Volte.
Jeweler. 7". "Tarrell. bet. .■.-'.' A Mason.
" PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES^
FINEST ond fullest etock; square deal and
prompt service; country orders our specialty;
catalogue free. Cal. Camera Co.. 22 Geary at.
~ PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
DR C. C. O'DONNELL, office and residence,
1021*4 Market at., bet. Sixth and Seventh.
REAL ESTATE — — FOR SALE.
AT A M. SPECK & CO.'S.
GOOD INVESTMENTS.
$40,000— Grand Investment; vicinity of Mason
at.; rents $402.
$30,000— and 12 flats; rents $300; lot 50x
165 feet.
$14.000— Geary st., near Mason: store and
lodging-house.
$12,070— Mason St.. not far from Geary; 35-
-foot front.
$14.000— Three elegant flats of 9 rooms each:
rents $115; salt water: near Geary St.; down
town.
$10.500— New flats; very fine; rents $95.
$S.'oo— Market-et. flats; lot 30 feet front: a
snap.
STECK) Three grand new flats; rents $S0; near
well and Bush sts ; ail rented.
$5000— Calirornia St.; 3 Bats; rents $45.
$4750— Turk St.; 2 flats and stable; reduced
from $6500 : large lot.
$1750-Cozy 7-room house; lot 16x100 feet; nice
grounds; rent $16 50.
$2000— Two flats: rents $IS.
$650— Cosy new cottage: large lot.
Other bargains at A. M. SPECK & CO.'S, 66,
Market st. J
COLE st.. No. 734; r.ew Park residence of I
rooms; up-to-date plumbing; street work all
done; all the mod Improvements; to be
seen to be appreciated. Apply on premises.
IF you have lots ncrth of Golden Gate Park,
west of First aye.. and you wish to sell them,
call on W. J. GUNN. 410 Montgomery J*.
TO help you buy a home— by advancing you
the necessary money— is the purpose of the
Acme Building and L an Association. 14 Peat.
$ISC0 — $14 per month: 4 rooms, 9-foot basement,
bam. stalls for 2 horses; lot 30:3 by 114 feet.
Particulars 4(9 Thirtieth st.
FOR sale— Business property on Howard St.,
near Fourth: renting for $130 per month. See
Bew Drug Company, Alameda.
NEW house: must be removed account Santa
Fe railroad depot. 21 Bryant St., near Main.
CHICKEN ranch on San Bruno road; $300. Ap-
ply to MRS. GRAVES opp. Slx-mlle House.
HEAL ESTATE — For Sale
A PARTNER for a country merchant business:
a fine business location, with 168 acres of land
Included; $3000 for a 50-acre farm 2 miles
frcm Red Bluff, with a 4-room hcuse and
barn and 100 fruit trees; on easy terms. Box
m^. '■::;
REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE.
WHAT have you worth $1500 to exchange for
nice Oakland lots? Box 770. Call office.
ROOMS FOR HOUSEKEEPING.
BRYANT. 1101. cor. 9th St.— Three front rooms,
furnished complete for housekeeping; cheap.
BUSH. 633— Parlor floor unfurnished; 3 rooms;
gas and bath; large sunny rooms.
BUSH. J2C3— Three small back rooms furnished
for housekeeping; range and bath; rent $13.
CAPE 211— Front sunny furnished alcove suite,
with light housekeeping.
CLAY. 24111. in rear, near Fillmore— 2 unfur-
nished upper rooms; water; rent $7.
CLARA, 166. near sth— 2 furnished rooms; $«;
L 2 or 3 unfurnished rooms.
EDDY. 604— 2 sunny furnished front rooms,
complete for housekeeping.
EIGHTH. 348. near Market— Two sunny double
front parlors, with kitchen and bathroom;
furnished for housekeeping; private family.
ELEVENTH, 120—3 sunny furnished rooms;
modern conveniences: $15.
ELLIS Sunny unfurnished rooms for
housekeeping.
FIFTH. 3.73— Furnished housekeeping; 3 con-
necting. $13; also single. J" to $7.
HARRISON, Two rooms • furnished com-
plete for housekpg; large yard: bath: rent $13. ;
HOWARD. 649—2 large rooms for housekeeping, )
with bath j
HYDE. B—2 sunny unfurnished rooms for house-
keeping; reference required.
LARKIN, 326 — Clean, sunny housekeeping)
apartments; $16 to $25 month: central.
MARTHA place, 2, off Geary, nr. Taylor— 2 fur-
nished rooms for housekeeping.
MASON. -Nice sunny rooms; housekeeping
privilege: centrally located; price reasonable.
OAK. 116— Newly furnished bay window suite; j
single bay window room; use of kitchen;
gas; bath. j
SACRAMENTO. 1514, bet. Hyde and Larkin—'
Elegantly furnished large sunny front rooms:
also single: modern Improvements; light
housekeeping if desired.
SEVENTEENTH. 3739— Furnished or unfur- :
nished: housekeeping; ladles preferred; very" !
reasonable.
TEHAMA. 47?— 512: 3 sunny furnished front !
rooms, kitchen; complete for housekeplng. j
THlRD, 3l6— Housekeeping rooms, single or ln j
suite.
VAN NESS. 1021— Finely furnished sunny j
suites for housekeeping; also single rooms.
A BRANCH office for Call advertisements and |
subscriptions has been established at th» j
northwest corner of Twenty-second and Ken- |
tucky sts. Open •ill 9 p. m.
A BRANCH ... Call advertisements and
subscriptions has been established at 1006 Va- ;
lencia St.
ROOMS TO LET — Furn. and I'nfurn. !
AN up-to-date now flre-proof building— I
Antonio"; opening Oct H; electric elevator;
hot and cold water: radiators and coal grates; j
rates reasonable. 21 Taylor St., near Market.
A— BRUNSWICK HOUSE, 14$ Sixth— Rooms, ;
25c to $1 per night; $1 25 to $5 per week, and
light housekeeping; open ail night.
AT Hotel Francisco, Turk and Taylor sts.— '
Homelike house: modern service; elevator;
bath; rooms SOc to $1 50 day. MRS. J. KING.
AT 52 Second st.. double rooms for week, $1 50
to $3: single, $1 to $1 50; day, 25c to 6uc.
BOHEMIA, 233 Post— Sunny corner suits and
single rooms; all conveniences; gentlemen
and families; elevator; special rates to trav-
eling men.
BURNETT. 1426 Market (old No. 1264)— Fur-
nlshed rms., suites, single; also unfurnished. I
BUSH, 1124— Sunny rooms; $£, $10; bath, grate,
running water; grounds.
CARROLTON. 1206 Market, cor. Golden Gate !
aye.— Sunny corner; well furn. rms. & offlces.
CLIFFORD, 204 Ellis, corner Mason— Elegantly
furnished sunny rooms; prices reasonable.
EDDY. 106 (Golden State House)— Elegantly
furnished sunny rooms. 50c per day up; $1 50
to $6 per week; centrally located.
EDDY. 123 (United States Hotel)— neat
rooms: $150 week up; elevator day and night.
ELEVENTH. M6&— A furnished room to
woman only: $3 per month.
ELLIS. 321 (Rosedale House)— Nice rooma. 25c :
a night. 51 a week up; reading room.
ELLIS. 608 — Nice sunny rooms, back and front; I
reasonable; tents preferred.
ELLIS. 51S— Large sunny rooms, single or en
bulte; everything new.
ELLIS. 607— Nicely furnished sunny rooms; de-
sirable location; rates reasonable.
FOLSOM. 1107. Flat B-Slngle front room: pri- i
vate family; rent $« per month; gentlemen
only.
GEARY. 405 (The Comfortable -furn. !
rooms; traveler-- accommodated. MRS. HYER.
GEARY. 1945— Beautiful furnished front room;
opp. park; also housekeeping rooms; reason-
able; references.
GOLDEN GATE iv*.. 1529—3 nice" rooms, with
carpet, pantry, bath, and water free; $14.
GRAND SOUTHERN— cor. Seventh
and Mission sts.— Sunny rooms, en suite of ■
alngle: ladies' parlor; reading room; elevator.
HANCOCK House. 781 Mission— Select family
rooming house; $1 50 to $6 per week.
HAWTHORNE. 172. near Harrlson-Pleaaant
sunny room; board optional; reasonable.
HOWARD. , 715—200 sunny rooms; nicely fur-
nished; every convenience; electric "lights.
HUGHES House. 214 Third-Newly renovated-
-25c to 50c per night: $1 60 to $3 per week.
MARKET, 1035— Elegantly ful^lsh^d sunny I
front rms.; mod, cony.; best location in city. '
McALLISTER. 465— Nicely fuml~sheJT~sTmivy
rooms; suitable for gentlemen; private fam.
McALLISTER. 702H-Sunny furnished or un-
furnished rooms; suite or single; private fam.
MINNA 667. corner Eighth-Newly fum7s"hed
bay-window room. $1 per week; transient.
MISSION, 1150— Nice sunny rooms; good IoJJTJ
tion; quiet and homelike.
MISSION, Large sunny room, with grate-
suitable for 2 gentle:.
MISSION. 1220— Sunny suite of rooms; running
water and grate; also one alcove.-
NATOMA. 665— 2 rooms suitable for two gentle-
men; for housekeeping If desired.
"NEWPORT," 21 Franklin, nr. Market— Large
bay-win. rms. and single, $5 up; also hkpg.
OAK. — Nicely furnished sunny room; pri-
vate family; gas; bath; cheap.
O'FARRELL, 321— Nice sunny rooms, single or
en suite: gas. bath, modern conveniences.
O'FARRELL, 504— Nice Sunny rooms, single or !
en suite; all modern conveniences.
SECOND, 50$, near Bryant— A large front room
with grate; bath; hot and cold water; suit-
able for two. '..;.-.>-.".
SEVENTH. 3, near Market— furnished
single rooms, Jl up.
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, MONDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1899.
ROOMS TO — Furn. and Unfnrn.
SHERMAN Apartment House. 2S Eighth at.,*
near Market— Furnished and unfurnished.
TENTH. 123. near Mafket— Small light room;
running water; rent $3.
THE Oaks. 119 Third— A good rooming house
for good people. P.. HUGHES. Proprietor.
THIRD. 303— Housekeeping rocms. $2 per week;
also single rooms for men; $1 per week.
TURK, $36— Elegant sunny rooms; private fam-
ily; all modern conveniences: ref. required.
A BRANCH office for Call advertisements and
subscriptions has been established at the
northwest comer of Twenty-second and Ken-
tucky sts. Open till 9 p. m.
A BRANCH office for Call advertisements and
subscriptions has been established at 1098 Va-
lencia st.
ROOMS AVANTED.
BY elderly man: sunny room; fireplace and
transom; private family (Protestant pre-
ferred); near Market st.. bet. 4th and 6th;
about $6; permanent if suitable. Box 736, Call.
WANTED— 2 light sunny housekeeping rooms,
furnished, for lady with little boy; must be
in Al neighborhood, with flrst-clas3 sur-
roundings; use of bath. Bex 552. Call.
SEWING MACHINES AND SUPPLIES.
$2 MONTHLY, rented: repaired, bought, sold;
machine supplies. 145 Sixth; phone Mint 45.
ALL kinds bought, sold, exchanged, rented; re-
palrlng ■■ • lowest rates. 205 Fourth st.
~~* SPECIAL NOTICES.
NOTICE is hereby given that the Marls Klp
Orphanage of 520 Lake st. has received the
following orphans ami half orphan girls from
July 1 to October 1, i>' ! o: Fiances G. U -
Kewen. aged 9 years; Leila Marlon G. Keyse.
aged 10 years; Grace Beaver, aged 7 years:
Doris Eugenia Wright, aged 12 years; Jane
Grace Robinson, aged 12 years.
ROOMS papered from $3: whitened, $1 up;
painting done. Hartman Paint Co., 319 3d st.
NICE private home ln confinement: most rea-
sonable price In city. Mrs. M. Pfeiffer. mid-
wife, 2012 lsom. r.r. 16th: phone White 1344.
BAD tenants ejected for $4; collections made:
city or country. PACIFIC COLLECTION
CO., 415 Montgomery St.. rooms 9-10: '-1. 5520.
~ STORAGE AND AVAREHOUSES.
CALA. Storage Warehouse. F. SMITH, prop.,
722 Mission; goods guaranteed; tei. Clay 23.
PIERCE-RODOLPH Storage and Moving Co.
Office. 401 Post, cor. Powell: tei. Main 5713.
WATCH REPAIRING.
WATCHES cleaned 75c: guaranteed 2 years.
The Roy Jewelry and Optical Co.. 540 Kearny.
ALAMEDA ADVERTISEMENTS.
ALAMEDA REAL ESTATE.
GRAND real estate auction sale of several
choice houses and lots; also 1 chicken ranch;
Alameda. Oakland and Elmhurst; sale Sat-
urday, Oct. 21, at 2 p. m. Do not fail to at-
tend this «ale, as most of the places are to be
sold by order of the court. Particulars In
next week's papers. Send for Illustrated cata-
logue. See advertisement in Chronicle. Sale
_.■ J. A. MUNRO & CO.'B Auction House, 1517
and 1719 Park st., Alameda.
AT station— New 8-room cottage; all Improve-
ments and street work; $300 cash, $30 per
month. J. H. YOUNG, owner, 1243 Park st.
CHEAPEST and best in America— The Weekly
Call, 16 pages, sent to any address In the
I :ted States, postpaid, for "1 per year.
ALAMEDA ROOMS AND BOARD.
HOME for ladles In delicate health; large
grounds; private. MRS. DR. FUNKE. 1416 3th.
BERKELEY ADVERTISEMENTS
BERKELEY* REAL ESTATE.
ONLY $1575— Cottage house of 5 rooms: large
lot: on the sunny side of street: only 5 min-
utes' from university; a bargain. JOS. J.
MASON, Real Estate, adjoining postoffice,
Berkeley.
A NEW map of beautiful Berkeley, showing
the proposed extension of the university-
grounds, can be had by sending a 2c stamp to
JOSEPH J. MASON. Real Estate, adjoining
P. 0.. Berkeley.
LIVE under your own vine and fig tree; a
lovely home of 7 rooms: all modern Improve-
" ments; near to cars and university: lot 50x135.
JOS. J. MASON, Real Estate, adjoining P.
0.. Berkeley.
CHEAPEST and best In America— Weekly
Call, 16 pages, sent to any address in the
United States, postpaid, for $1 per year.
BERKELEY HOI -1 TO LET.
FOR rent. in desirable location, house of nine
rocms, bath, laundry and storeroom, with
stable, chicken-house and large yard; con-
venient to trains and university grounds. Ap-
ply to J. R. LITTLE. Berkeley station.
OAKLAND ADVERTISEMENTS.
OFFICE— 9OS BROADWAY.
OAKLAND REAL ESTATE.
ALDEN CO. are building several houses; call
at office: we will show plans and change to
suit buyer and sell on easy terms, etc Office
HIS Broadway.
$3500— NEW house, 7 rooms, just commenced:
corner Twenty-second and Webster sti.; 5
minutes' walk to narrow gauge; terms to
suit A. J. SAMUEL & CO., 468 Ninth St.,
Oakland.
SACRIFICED— elegant new houses In course
of construction on 23d St., bet. Grove and
West: all modern Improvements: street work,
sidewalks done; small payment down; balance
monthly If desired; houses open for Inspection
10 to 4 Sundays. J. H. SIMPSON, 515 20th.
OAKLAND FURNITURE FOR SALE.
AN introduction to you from H. Bchellhaas, the
furniture dealer. 11th and Franklin. Oakland.
j.
DIVIDEND NOTICES.
DIVIDEND notice— Dividend No. 72 (25c per
share) of the HUTCHINSON SUGAR PLAN-
TATION COMPANY will be payable at the
office of the company, 327 Market street, on
and after FRIDAY, October 20, 1899. Trans-
fer books will close on Saturday, October 14,
1899, at 12 o'clock m.
E. H. SHELDON, Secretary.
DIVIDEND notice— Dividend No. 2 (25c per
share) of the KILAUEA SUGAR PLANTA-
TION COMPANY, will be payable at the
office of the company, 327 Market st., on
and after MONDAY, October 16. 1899. Trans-
fer books will close on TUESDAY, October
10, 1899. at 3 o'clock p. m.
E. H. SHELDON. Secretary.
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS.
CUSTOM House. San Francisco. Cal..
Oct. 3. 1899. Notice— Certain goods remain-
ing in Bonded Warehouse one year will be
sold at public auction at the United States
Appraisers' Store on the *"sth of October,
ISO?, at 11 o'clock a. m.
Descriptive catalogues can be had at the
Custom House on October 19. 1539. or at time 1
and place of sale.
J. P. JACKSON. Collector .
IN the Superior Court of the city and county !
of San Francisco, State of California. In the I
matter of WESTERN BEET SUGAR COM- 1
PANY, a corporation, upon its application for '
a Judgment of dissolution. Notice— Is j
hereby given that WESTERN BEET SUGAR
COMPANY, a corporation organized and ex- !
isting under and by virtue of the laws of the
State of California, and having Its office and
place of business In the city and county of !
San Francisoo. State of California, has filed
a verified application addressed to the Supe-
rior Court of the city ana county of San
Francisco. State of California, praying for
a judgment of dissolution of said corporation, |
and that MONDAY. November 13. 1899. at 10
O'clock a. m.. at the courtroom of said court.
Department No. 2. in the City Hall of the!
city and county of San Francisco, have been I
appointed as the day. time and place for the j
hearing of raid application.
In witness whereof I have hereunto set my
hand and affixed the official seal of said Su-
perior Court this 10th day of October. 1599.
WM. A. DEANE. Clerk.
By E. M. THOMPSON, Deputy Clerk.
[Seal ■
PROPOSALS.
PROPOSALS for fresh beef and mutton— Office
Chief Commissary. San Francisco, Cal., Oct.
IG. ■■'j. Sealed proposals for furnishing and
delivering fresh beef and mutton will be re-
ceived here and at offices of Commissaries at
Alcatraz Island. Angel Island*, Benicia Bar-
racks, Fort Mason, Presidio of San Francis-
co and San Diego Barracks, Cal., until 11
o'clock a. m., November 16. 1599. and then
opened. Information furnished on applica-
tion. Envelopes containing proposals should
be indorsed "Proposals for fresh beef and :
mutton," and addressed to undersigned or
to Commissary at post to be supplied. H.
. J. GALLAGHER. Major. Chief Commissary.
UNITED STATES Engineer Office, Flood
j Building, San Francisco, Cal., September '.2.
Sealed proposals for erecting double
draw-span bridge, approaches thereto end |
piers therefor, across tidal canal at Frultvale .
aye.. near Alameda. Cal.. will be received !
here until 12 o'clock noon, November 14. 1899. |
Information furnished on application.
W. H. HEUER, Major Engineers. 1
BIETHS—MABRIA&ES— DEATHS.
BORN.
BRUSE— In this city. October 15, 1599, to the
wife of B. F. Bruse, a daughter.
~~ MARRIED.
SILVA— In this city. October 15. 1899,
by Rev. John A. B. Wilson. Joseph A. Sllva
and May Nunes, both of Niles, Cal.
SULLENGER— ETCHELLS— In this city. Octo-
ber 15. 1899. by Rev. John A. B. Wilson. Mar-
shall Sullenger and Minnie Etchelis, both of
San Jose, Cal.
, died! "
Beersman Wm. H. Lafferty. Capt. John
Born, Amelia Little, Alfred J.
Br l-man. Henry W. Logan. Catherine
Brown, Sophia Markley. Charles H.
Fahlbusch. 'Wllhelm Moore. Robert
Fletcher, Stephen Murphy, John C.
Gannon, John Ravano. Angelo
' Giblln. William . Ross, Kate J.
Hale. Lucy L. Smiley, Jefferson D.
Henas, Amelia L ■ Streuli. Florian B.
Hentzell, Sarah B. Walsh. James J. ,
Johnson, Charles Whitney, Dr. Mary
Kadnagh, Dora Trampleasure, T. E.
King, Catherine
BEERSMAN— this city, about October 7,
1599, Willam Henry Beersman, beloved brother
of H. A. Beersman, a native of Germany,
aged 29 years.
BORN— In this city, October 13, 189?, Amelia,
dearly beloved daughter of Conrad and Mar-
garethe Born, and sister of Emma, Lena and
Albert Born a native of San Francisco, aged
7 years 9 months and 14 days.
tyFriends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral this day
(Monday), at I:3o 'o'clock, from the residence
of her parents. 54 Clementina street, between
First and Second, thence to St. Paul's Ger-
man Evangelical Lutheran Church, 1419 How-
ard street, between Tenth and Eleventh,
where funeral services will be held commenc-
ing at 2 o'clock.- Interment I. O. O. F. Ceme-
tery.
BROCKMAN— In this city. October 15. 1599, at
| St. Mary's Hospital, Henry W., beloved son
of M. C. and Margaret Brockman, and
brother of W. H., Edward and John Brock-
man and M. H. Gltnden and the late Ange-
line C. Brockman, a native of California,
aged 24 years.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
BROWN— In this city, October 14, .1893, Sophia
Brown, a native of Sweden, aged 73 years.
FAHLBUSCH— In this city. October 15. 1899,
Wllhelm Fahlbusch, dearly beloved husband
of Minna Fahlbusch, and father of George C.
and William H. Fahlbusch and the late Min-
nie L. Eastwood, and grandfather of Clara
Eastwood and Minnie and Walter Fahlbusch,
a native of Germany, aged 65 years.
Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
Tuesday), at 2 o'clock, from his late resi-
dence, 220 Lobos street. Ocean View.
FLETCHER— In Alameda. • October 13. 1899.
Stephen Fletcher, a native of Bristol. Eng-
land, aged 75 years 1 month and 6 days.
- ciyFuneral services at Christ Church. Ala-
meda, this day (Monday), at 10 o'clock.
Interment private.
GANNON— In San Rafael. October 13, 1899, John
Gannon, a native of New York, aged 71 years.
6_TFrlend» are* respectfully Invited to at-
tend the funeral this day (Monday), at 2
o'clock, from the parlors of Edward Eden.
Interment Mount Tamalpais Cemetery, San
Rafael. ■ • _f
GIBLIN— In this city. October 14. 1599, Wil-
liam, beloved husband of Amanda Giblln, a
native of County Roscommon, Ireland, aged
78 years. A member of Sodality of St. Igna-
tius Church. (Folsom, Cal., papers please
copy.)
CTFriends are respectfully Invited to at-
tend the funeral this day (Monday), at 8:30
o'clock, from his late residence. 110 Ninth
street, thence to St. Joseph's Church, where
a requiem high mass will be celebrated for
the repose of his soul, commencing at 9
o'clock. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery, by
electric funeral car from Fourteenth and
Mission streets. Please omit flowers.
HALE— In this city. October 13, 1899. Lucy L..
beloved wife of John J. Hale and mother of
W. J., Marcellus L.. Elmer 8.. Grace L.,
Milton E. and the late Johnnie M. Hale, a
nat : of California, aged 53 years.
HENAS— Oakland. October 15. 1899. Ame-
lia Isabelle, beloved daughter of I. and Emily
Henas. and sister of Joseph, Louisa and
Mary Henas an! Mrs. M. Dias of Elmhurst.
Mrs. M. Henas and Mrs. M. Seba of Sun
Leandro, a native of Oakland, aged 20 years
and 3 days.
HENTZELL— this city, October 14. 1890,
Sarah E.. beloved wife of John W. Hentzell.
and mother of Frank E. Hentzell. a native of
Canton, Ohio, aged 43 years 5 months and 22
days.
CTFrinr.d? and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral this day
(Monday), at 1 o'clock, from the parlors of
Carew ,v English, 41 Van Ness avenue. In-
terment Cypress Lawn Cemetery.
JOHNSON— In this city. October 15, ' 1 5 99.
Charles, beloved husband of Kate Johnson,
and father of <7harles and Harry Johnson, a
native of Norway, aged 63 years.
SCyFrlends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Tuesday), at V?" o'clock, from his late resi-
dence. 15 Clyde street, off Townsend, between
Third and Fourth, thence to St. Rose's
Church, where a requiem high mass will be
celebrated for the repose 0? his soul at 9
o'clock. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.
KADNAGH— In Oakland. October 14. 1899. Dora.
beloved daughter of Edward J. and the late
Catherine Kadnagh, and sister of Mary and
Nellie Kadnagh, a native of San Francisco,
aged IS years.
ETy Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Tuesday), at 8:30 o'clock, from her late resi-
dence, 918 Henry' street, thence to St. Pat-
rick's Church, where a solemn, requiem mass
will be celebrated at 9 o'clock. Interment St.
Mary's Cemetery.
KING— In this city, October 14. 1899, Catherine,
beloved wife of the late William King, and
mother of Mrs. N. L. Landrum and Tillle
King, a native of County Mayo, Ireland, aged
6S years 1 month and 2S days. .
U^Frlends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral this day
(Monday), at 8:30 o'clock, from her late resi-
dence. 13 Welsh street, thence to St. Rose's
Church, where a requiem high mass will be
celebrated for the repose of her soul at 9
o'clock. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery.
Please omit flowers.
LAFFERTY— this city, October 15, 1899. Cap-
tain John Lafferty, husband of Ella J. Laf-
ferty. father of Frederick' S., John L., Grace
and Harriet M. Lafferty, and stepfather of
Grace Culbertson, a native of Utica, N. V.,
aged 64 years 1 month and 22 days.
ICyNoti.-e of funeral hereafter.
LITTLE— In this city. October 14. 1599, Ser-
geant Alfred J. Little, Battery A. First Cali-
fornia v (tears, beloved brother of Mrs.
Andrew Wilkie. Mrs. W. E. Price, Mrs. Hor-
ace Jones of Sacramento. Mrs. A. W. Stuart
of Chicago, Jennie and Walter J. Little and
the late Francis W. Little, a native of San
Francisco, aged 33 years.
__7_TFrlcnda and acquaintances are respect-
full invited to attend the funeral th: day
(Monday), at 10:30 o'clock, from the residence
of Andrew Wilkie, 433 Oak street. Interment
Laurel Hill Cemetery.
LOGAN— In this city, October 15. 1893, Cath-
erine, beloved wife of John W. Logan, and
mother of John W.. James. Bernard, Peter,
Katie and the late Francis P. Logan, a na-
tive of Ireland, aged 55 years.
CTFriends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Tuesday), at 9 o'clock, from her late resi-
dence. Twenty-fourth and Kentucky streets,
thence to St. Teresa's Church. Potrero, where
a requiem high mass will be celebrated for
the repose of her soul, commencing at 9:30
o'clock. Interment Mount Calvary Cemetery.
MARKLEY— In this city, October 14. Charles
11.. beloved son of Charles H. and the late
Jennie Markley, and brother of Jennie M.,
Fossie 8.. Helen and Harold Markley, a
native of San Francisco, aged 2 years and 4
months.
U :IE-Jn the City and County Hospital. Oc-
tober 15, 1899. Robert Moore, a native of Ire-
land, aged 56 years.
MURPHY— In Oakland, October 15, 1899. John
C. Murphy, beloved husband of Eva Murphy,
i ,and son of Sarah and the late William Mur-
phy and brother of Mrs. Frank Madden and
I the late Daniel Murphy, a native of Boston,
Mass . aged 35 years and 10 months. .
(£7 Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
; (Tuesday), at 8:30 o'clock, from the residence
I of his mother. 215 Sixth street, thence to St.
Frances de Sales Church, where a solemn
requiem mass will be celebrated for the re-
pose of his soul, commencing at 9 o'clock.
Interment St. Mary's Cemetery, Oakland.
RAVANO— In. thia city, October 14, 1599. An-
gelo Ravano, dearly beloved husband of Rosa
Ravano, father of Baoci, August and An-
gelo Ravano Jr., and brother of Lulsl Ra-
vano, a native of Italy, aged 48 years. A
member of the Garibaldi Guard.
Cry The funeral will take place this day
(Monday), at 8:30 o'clock, from his late resi-
dence, northeast corner of Nineteenth and
Diamond streets, thence to Mission Dolores
Church, corner Sixteenth and Dolores streets,
where a solemn requiem high mass will be
celebrated for the repose of his soul, com-
mencing at 9 o'clock. Interment private
Holy Cross Cemetery, by carriage. Please
on It flowers.
ROSS— In this city. October 14. 1899, Kate J ,
beloved wife of John Ross, and sister of Mrs.
J Windrow, a native of San Francisco, aged
44 years. A member of La Estrella Parlor
No. 89, N. D. G. Wi, and Liberty Circle No.
ISO. Companions of the Forest. (Bristol, Eng-
land/papers please copy.) ' ■ .■
(_y Friends and acquaintances are respect-
' fully invited to attend the funeral this day
' Monday), at 1 o'clock, from her late resl-
!... T -
HENRY J. GALLAGHER CO.,
(Successors to Flannagan *■ Gallagher),
FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS,
IS Fifth at., opposite' Lincoln School.
Telephone South SA
N. F. Dethlefaen. . Chaa. H. Jacob
CHAS. H. JACOB & CO.,
Funeral Dlrectora and Embalmers. 21S
Mason street, bet. Geary 'and O'Farrell
streets. Telephone Main 5213.
McAVOY «fc CO..
FUNERAL DIRECTORS -EMBALMERS.
1235 Market at., between Sth and 9th.
Telephone South 247. A
dence, 110 Ninth atreet. thence to the Church
of the Advent, Eleventh street, between Mar-
ket and Mission, for services commencing at
1:30 o'clock. Interment Odd Fellows' Ceme-
____£*■
OFFICERS and members "of La Estrella Par-
lor No. 89. N. D. G. W. : You are hereby no-
tified to attend the funeral of our late sister,
Mrs. Kate Ross, from 110 Ninth street, this
day (Monday), at 1 o'clock.
A. MAUNDER. Secretary.
SMILEY— In this city, October 16, 1899. Jeffer-
son Davis Smiley, beloved husband of Anna
Helen Smiley, aged 38 years _ months and
27 days.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
STREULI— In East Berkeley, October 13. 1899,
Florian Bertran Streuli, beloved son of Wil-
liam A. and Mathilda Streuli, a native of
East Berkeley, aged 2 months and 3 days.
CyFuneral this day (Monday), at 2
o'clock, from the foot of Market street. Pri-
vate. ' Interment Masonic Cemetery".
TRAMPLEASURE— In this city. October 15,
1899. Thomas Edward, beloved son of Mrs.
H. R. Harrison and the late Albert M. Tram-
pleasure, and brother of Lizzie Trampleasure
and nephew of Mrs. Edward Case, a native
of San Francisco, aged 9 years 7 months and
C days.
WALSH— In this city, October 13. 1599, James
J., dearly beloved husband of Catherine
Walsh, and beloved father of James, Joseph,
Flora. Emily and Frank Walsh and Mrs. M.
Rottanzl, a native of New York, aged 62
years 6 months and 13 days.
CyThe funeral will take place this day
(Monday), at 8:30 o'clock, from his late resi-
dence, 2504 Bryant street, thence to St. Peter's
Church, Twenty-fourth and Alabama streets.
where a solemn requiem mass will be cele-
brated for the repose of his soul, commencing
at 9 o'clock. Interment Mount Calvary Ceme-
tery.
WHITNEY— In this city. October 14. 1899. Dr.
Mary Whitney of East Oakland, wife of S. S.
Whitney.- and mother of W. J. Whitney and
Mrs. C. S. Haley. - (Minneapolis and St. Paul
papers please copy.)
CyThe funeral services will be held this
day (Monday), at 2:30 o'clock, from the
chapel of the crematory, Odd Fellows' Ceme-
tery.
Weather Report.
O2oth Meridian— Pacl3c Time.)
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 15. 5 p. m.
The following maximum temperatures were
reported from stations In California to-day:
Eureka 5* Fan Diego 72
Fresno 60 Sacramento 62
• Los Angeles ........ 68 (independence 5S
: Red Bluff 65 Tuma -.. 72
! San Luis Obispo... 66!
San Francisco data: Maximum temperature,
62; minimum, 5"; mean, 57.
WEATHER CONDITIONS AND GENERAL
FORECAST.
The pressure has risen steadily over the
country west of the Rocky Mountains. Over
Utah there has been a rise of over three
tenths of an Inch In the past twenty-four
hours. The temperature has risen slowly over
California and Southern Oregon.
Rain is falling on the Pacific Coast from the
mouth of the Columbia River northward. It
j may extend as far south as Cape Blanco by
morning and Cape Mendocino by Monday af
! ternoon.
I A maximum wind velocity of thirty-six miles
' per hour from the southeast is reported at
Fort Canby.
Snow is falling at Salt Lake City and Lan
j der.
Forecast made at San Francisco for thirty
I hours, ending midnight October 16:
For Northern California— Monday, ex
j cept rain on extreme northern coast, north
; erty changing to southeasterly wind.
For Southern California— Fair Monday; light
• northwesterly wind.--.
For Nevada— Cloudy Monday; warmer In the
; northeastern portion.
For.-Utah— Rain or snow Monday; warmer.
For Arizona— Fair Monda;-.
For San Francisco and vicinity— Mon
day: fresh westerly winds.
ALEXANDER McADIE. Forecast Official.
♦ »
Sun, Moon and Tide.
* ■ *
United States Coast and Geodetic Survey—
Times and Heights of High and Low
Waters at Fort Point, entrance to San
Francisco Bay. Published by official au
• thority of the Superintendent.
NOTE— The high and \<tK waters occur at
the city front (Mission-street wharf) about
twenty-five minutes Inter than at Fort .Point;
the height of tide Is the same at both places.
NOTE— In the above exposition of the tides
the early morning tides are given in the left
hand column and the successive tides of the
day In the order of occurrence as to time. The
second time column give the second tide of
the day. the third time column the third tide
and the last or right hand column gives the
last tide of the day, except when there are but
three tides, as sometimes occurs. The heights
given are In addition to the sounc ngs on the
United States Coast Survey charts, except
when a minus sign (— precedes the height,
and then the number given Is subtracted from
the depth given by the charts. The plane of
reference Is the mean of the lower low waters.
S> " " *
Steamer Movements.
TO SAIL.
■►— - «
Shipping Intelligence.
♦—— ■ ♦
ARRIVED.
Sunday, October 15.
Stmr Alex Duncan, Nopander, 5 hours from
! Amesport.
. Stmr Tillamook. Anflndsen, 15 hours from
Albion.
Stmr Bonita, Burchard. 11 hours from Moss
Landing. > •'
Stmr Corona. Glelow, 61% hours from San
Diego. ."
Br stmr Westminster. Petrie, 31 days from
Newcastle, Australia
Br atmr Gaelic. Finch, 29 days 15 hours and
30 minutes from Hongkong, via Yokohama IS
days IS hours and 17 minutes, via Honolulu 6
days IS hours and 12 minutes.
Nor stmr Tellus. Pederson. 86 hours from Na
na! mo. •_
Bark Levi G. Burgess. Youngren, 5 days from
Tacoma. ■' f
• Schr Metha Nelson, Rice, 2 days from Eureka.
Schr Mary C. , Madsen, 8 hours from Bodega.
Schr Archie A Fontie, Jensen. 24 hours from
Stewarts Landing.
6chr Monterey, Beck, 16 hours from Bowens
Landing. SAILED.
SAILED.
'••':**.-..- Sunday, October 15.
Stmr Washtenaw. Croscup. Tacoma.
Stmr Noyo, Hansen, Fort Bragg.
Stmr Rival. Johnson,. — — .
Stmr Coos Bay. Smith. San Pedro.
Stmr San Pedro. Zaddart, Eureka
Stmr State of California, Gage, Astoria.
Haw stmr Barracouta, Robinson, Panama.
Ship Louis Walsh. Gammons. Tacoma. ft,"
Haw bark Santiago. Engalls. Hllo.
Schr Daisy Rowe, Nyman, Coos Bay. - :-■'=:■-".■
' Schr Mary F. Russ. Wlkender. Grays Harbor.
Schr J. D. Tallant, Hoffland. Port Gamble.
Sohr Eva, Ramselius, Ereka.
Schr Maxim. Olsen. Caspar, In tow of stmr
Cleone. ■-.■:.-• --'----■ -*"_>'^.' ' "»•*' -*'"
- • TELEGRAPHIC.
POINT LOBOS, Oct. 15—10 p. m.— Weather,
hazy; wind northwest ;, velocity. 14 miles. ,
DOMESTIC PORTS.
BOWENS LANDING— SaiIed Oct Schr
Bender Bros, and schr Corinthian, for San
Francisco. ...
PORT LOS ANGELES— Oct 15— Stmr
Alcatraz, for San Francisco.
COOS Arrived Oct 15— Stmr Ruth,
hence Oct 12; schr James A. Garfield, hence
Sept tt.
i ASTORlA— Arrived Oct 15— Stmr Alliance,
from COOS Bay. Sailed— Oct 15 Br ship Queen
Adelaide, for ; stmr Columbia, for San
Francisco.
EUREKA— Arrived Oct 15— Stmr Sunol. hence
Oct 11; stmr Weeott, hence Oct 13: schr Occi
dental, hence Oct 4. Sailed— Oct 15— Stmr
Brunswick, for San Frauds
FOREIGN PORTS.
HONOlPL*— Arrived Oct I— Schr Honolpn,
hence Sept 14.
MAHUKON A— Arrived Oct Brig Consuelo,
hence Sent 14.
HONOLULU— Arrived Oct 3— Schr Endeavor,
from Ludlow;. bktn Eureka, from Tacoma. Oct
4— Schr Transit, hence Sept 15. Oct 13— Br stmr
Coptic, hence Sept 29; 0 S stmr Centennial,
hence Sept 27. Oct 7— U S stmr Sheridan, hence
Sent 30; Br stmr .Gaelic, from Yokohama.
; Sailed— Oct 3— Haw stmr Aztec, for Manila.
i Oct 4— T' S stmr Sherman, for Manila. Oct 5—
j U S stmr Relief, for Manila- bktn Wm. H. Dl
' mond, for Pan Francisco. Oct 6—l' S stmr
■ Grant, for Manila: Br stmr Coptic, for Yoko
| hams. Oct 7— U S stmr ,'acoma, for Manila.
To sail— Oct Schr Olea, tor Townsend. Ar
rived—Oct 7— Schr Honolpu, from Honolpu.
TRANS-ATLANTIC STEAMERS.
NEW YORK— Arrived Oct 15— Stmr La Gas
cogne. from Havre; rtmr Maasdam, from Rot
terdam: stmr Menominee, from London.
PHILADELPHIA — Arrived Oct 15-Stmr
i Waesland. from Liverpool.
j QUEENST Sailed Oct 15— Stmr Etru
rla. from Liverpool, for New York.
SOUTHAMPTON— Arrived Oct Stmr Bar
bossa, from New York, for Bremen.
OCEAN TRAVEL.
Pacific Coast Steamship Co
fs^ Steamers leave Broadway
I^TSWi*— wharf. San Francisco.
ls£«Sg__a For Alaskan ports, 10 a.m-.
«|_LJM^ Oct. 3, S, 13. IS, 23, 2S; Nov.
J B__3SS^B_a '• change at Seattle.
3 _^sj^s_3 yMI For Victoria, Vancouver
♦ __£_Vfl<<[email protected] <B - C -> " Port Townsend. Se-
i»^"^^^^^^H attle. Tacoma. Everett. An.»-
cortes and New Whatcom
(Wash.), 10 i.. m.. Oct. 3, S.
13, 18. 23, 23: Nov. i. and
every fifth day thereafter: change at Seattle
to this company's steamers for Alaska and
0. N. Ry. ; at Tacoma to N. P. Ry.; at Van-
couver to C. P. Ry- _.
For Eureka (Humboldt Bay). 2 p. m.. Oct.
6. 11. 16. 21. 26, 31; Nov. 5 and every fifth
day thereafter.
Fcr Santa Cruz. Monterey, San Plmeon.
1 Cavucos, Port Harford (San Luis Obispo),
Gaviota. Santa Barbara, Ventura. Hueneme.
San Pedro. East San Pedro (Los Angeles) and
Newport. 9 a. m.. Oct. 3, 7. 11. 15. 19. 23. 27. 31;
Nov. 4. and every fourth day thereafter.
For San Diego, stopping only at Port Har-
ford (San Luis Obispo). Santa Barbara. Port
Los Angeles and Redondo 'Los Aneeles) 11 a.
m.. Oct. 6. 9. 13. 17. 21. 25. 29; Nov. 2. and every
; fourth day thereafter.
For Ensenada. Magdalena Bay. San Jose del
: Cabo. Mazatlan. Altata. La Paz. Santa Rosa-
lia and Guaymas (Mex.), 10 a. m., 7th of each
month. 7--'' '■'..
For further Information obtain a folder.
The comnany reserves the right to chanre
I without previous notice steamers, sailing dates
I and henrs of palline.
TICKET OFFICE —_ New Montgomery
street (Palace Hotel).
GOODALL PERKINS A CO.. Gen. Arts..
10 Market St.. Pan Francisco.
TRE 0. R. &N. CO.
DISPATCH FAST STEAMERS TO
PORTLAND
From Spear-street Wharf at 1" a. m.
C 8 0C S>2 First Class Including Berth
rflnt 88 Second Class And Meals.
I COLUMBIA Oct. 20. 30; Nov. 9. 19. 29.
STATE OF CALIFORNIA
Oct. 25; Nov. 4. 14, 24.
Short Line to Walla Walla. Spokane, Butte,
Helena and all points in the Northwest.
Through tickets to all oolnts East.
E. C. WARD. General Agent.
630 Market st.
GOODALL, PERKINS & CO..
Superintendents.
AMERICAN LINE.
HEW YORK, SOUTHAMPTON, LONDON, PAHIS.
Stopping at Cherbourg, westbound.
From New York Every Wednesday.' 10 a. m. •
St Paul Oct. is! St. Paul Nov. 8
New York Oct. 25- New York Nov. :5
St. Louis Nov. I St. Louis Nov. 22
RED STAR LINE.
New York and Ant wero.
From New York Every Wednesday, 12 noon.
-vTe?tern!and ...Oct. ISi Frlesland Nov. I
' Kensington Oct. 25! Southwark Nov. 15
Nordland Nov. li Westernland ...Nov. 22
EMPIRE LINE.
Seattle. St. Michael. Dawson City.
! For full Information regarding freight and
passage apply to
1 INTERNATIONAL NAVIGATION COMPANY,
30 Montgomery St.. or any of Its agencies.
TOYO KISEN KAISHA.
STEAMERS WILL LEAVE WHARF. COR-
r.er or First and Brannan streets. 1 p. m..
for YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG, calling at
. Kobe (Hiogo). Nagasaki and Shanghai, and
j connecting at Hongkong with steamers for
I India, etc. No cargo received on board on day
' of sailing.
AMERICA-MAR- Saturday. October 14
HONGKONG-MARU..Wednesday. November 1
j NIPPOX-MARU Saturday. November 25
Round-trip . tickets at reduced rates. For
freight and passage apply at company's office,
411 Market street, corner First.
W. H. AVERY. General Agent.
COMPAGNIE OSNERALE TRANSATLANTIQtTE.
DIRECT LINE TO HAVRE-PARIS. _&<_*«
Sailing every Thursday Instead of 4t3jTT_J>
Saturday, from November 2. 1399. at Kl '"A= ?
i 10 a. m. from Pier 42. North River, foot of
I Morton st. LA GASCOGNE, Oct. 21; LA
BRETAGNE. Oct. 28: LA TOURAINE. Nov.
2: LA CHAMPAGNE. Nov. 3: LA NORMAN-
DIE. Nov, 16: LA GASCOGNE, Nov. 23; LA.
TOURAINE. Nov. 30: LA BRETAGXE. Dec. 7.
! Flrst-class to Havre, $50 and upward; 5 per
j cent reduction on round ■trip. Second-class to
Havre. $45; 5 per cent reduction on round trip
: GENERAL AGENCY FOR UNITED STATES
j AND CANADA. 32 Broadway (Hudson build-
I ing). New York. J. F. FUGAZI & CO.. Pa-
i cific Coast Agents, 5 Montgomery aye., San
i Francisco.
.
PfPSafißegl The S. S. Australia
_»s*2_!i satis for Honolulu
IC*"*"*^ Wednesday. October
™ <* IS. at 2p. m.
7>r- I* > S. S. Moana sails
ffiimSniniJ v,a Honolulu and
IHIIIIJIIiV Auckland for Sydney
<&?i?milk- Wednesday. Nov. 1,
lywuviiuq at 10 p m
Favorite Line Round the World, via Hawaii,
Samoa. New Zealand. Australia, India, Sue*,'
i England, etc.; 1610 first class.
J. D. SPSECKELS ■__ BROS. CO., Ants., fl4 Montgomery
' Pier 7, Foot Pacific St Freight Office. 327 Market SL
BAY AND RIVER STEAMERS.
FOR 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 8:30: Sundays. 10:30 a. m., %
p. m. Landing and office. Mission-street Dock,
' Pier No. 2. Telephone Main 1508.
FARE 500
7 _ RAILROAD TRAVEL.
Santa Feßpute
1 — ny,*;
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Wi ft cf^fAi-aumjt&ava
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I [Jjp CLOSMtCELtik 'PHCENIJB
IM~^ '.'-.■
/^Ir^SAN FRANCISCO TO CHICAGO.
" THE MOST COMFORTABLE WaY
ACROSS THE CONTINENT.
EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR PULL-
MAN PALACE AND PULLMAN UP-
HOLSTERED TOURIST CARS LEAVE
OAKLAND MOLE FOR CHICAGO AND
THE EAST. TAKE MARKET STREET
FERRY AT 5 30 PM.
DINING ROOMS AND DINTNG
CARS ARE MANAGED BY MR FRED
HARVEY, AND ARE PERFECT IN
EVERY DETAIL.
Read Down. VALLEY ROAD. Read Up.
•7:20 am|510:10 ami Stockton I t3:40 pmj 6:00 pm
8:10 am J 2:05 pml Merced tl2:10 pm; 4:13 pm
10:40 am j 5:35 pml Fresno | t9:00 ami 2:42 pm
11:18 am; I 7:45 pml Hanford / t7:00 am 1:45 pm
2:25 pm, |12:30 am Bakerafleld 51:00 am 11:00 am
11:59 am I 16:25 pml Visalia I 15:20 am 1:23 ym
12:15 piai 16:53 pm Tulare | |4:25 am|*l.-05 pm
•Dally. Sunday. {Except Monday.
San Francisco Ticket Office, 628 Market at.;
Tel. Main 153 L
Oakland Office. 1119 Broadway.
Sacramento Office, 201 J st
1 San Jose Office. 1 West Santa Clara it. "'
AUCTION SALES
REGULAR WEEKLY
AUCTION SALE
fg»^ @?^ _^^, - £&
Tuesday at 11 o'clock at the
ORMONDE SALE STABLES,
1517-1519 MISSION STREET.
Between Eleventh and Twelfth,
Of choice, sound, well broke young horses
just from the country. We will be pleased to
hitch and show the above stock In harness any
time up to day of sale.
S. WATKINS & CO., Auctioneers.
N. B.— Sales of horses direct from the coun-
try every Tuesday at 11 a. m.
P. J. BARTH, Auctioneer.
GRAND ART AUCTION THIS EVENING
at 7:30 at 414 McALLISTER ST.. of European
and Japanese Art Goods, Curios and Rugs.
Chairs provided.
RAILROAD TRAVEL.
■•-Taunt* I>AtI»I4 *:omi»ajit.
(PACIFIC SYSTEM.)
Trains) leave iiikl »■-« tine to nrrlra n't
KAN I'KANCISI O.
(Main Line, Foot cf Market Street)
: .. .
LEAVE — Fr.im OCTOBEK 15, 1539. — arrive
•TjOOa. Benicia, Suisiin and Sacramento.... *T:lsp
•7:OOa MarvsviH-.. i'r..il!: via Woodland,
Elmira. VacavilL and Lucia- v •7:4|.'ip
: •7:OOA Shasta Expi bs— Sana widows.
Bed BlulT, Portland *7:t_r
i •7:30 a Martinez, San Ramon. Vallejo. Napa,
Caliatg:-. ami Santa Ross *«:15r
I »S:OOa Tho Overland Limited—
Omaha. Chicago *3itSr
' 'SiIIOa San Jose, Livermore, Stockton,
lone, Sacramento. Plicerrille,
Marys* Chico, Bedßlafl »4:«t»r
j •8:30 a •Milton, Oakdaluacl Sonora MtlSp
! •0:OOa II iy.-. litis, Biles and Way Stations. *I I:4Ba
i •9:0Oa Atlantic Impress— Ogden and East *Dj43a
•9:OOa Martinez, Tracy, Lathrop, Stockton,
Merced end Fresno. *li«:I3r
•ViOOa Fresno, Uak rstield, Santa Barbara,
Loa Aogeles, Doming, El Paso,
New Orleans and East *G: 1 5
, »10:OOa Vallejo. Martinez and Way Stations •7:15?
' «1 1 :00 a Haywards, Niius and Way Stations. »2:15p
■I*£:OOm Nil --, l.:-...r:i ■ r.', Stockton, Sacra-
mento, Mendota, Hanford, Visalia,
Pcrtervillo «4:isr
i fl:OOp Sacramento' Hirer Steamera t"i:o(>p
•3:00p Haywards, Nil. Band Way Stations. •3:4.1p
1 •4: OOp Martinez, Sao Ramon, Vallejo,
Napa, Cdlintosa. Santa Itoaa 'Wit 3a
1 •4:OOr Benicia, Vacaville, Sacraniento,
Woodland, Knights Lauding,
Manavllle, Oroville »10:43 a
•4:3»p Niles, San .loaoaud Stockton «7:a3i>
•3:OOpTho Owl Limited— Fresno.
Bakersfield. Saugus for Santa Bar-
bara, Los Angeles *»:43\.
•3:30? Stockton, Merced, Fresno •12:l.lp
•3:31»P Martinez, Tata, Mendota, Fresno,
Mojave and Loa Angeles *8:43 a
•3iSOp Santa Fo ltoute — Atlantic Express
for Mojave and East *6:43p
•6:00p Haywarda, Niles and San Jose *7i43a
f«:3op Vallejo aiSzlSr
•0:3 Or Oriental Mail— len and East '8-.39P
J7:oop Vallejo, Port Costa and Way Sta-
tions.... :.... J9:33r
•8:03p Oregon and California Kinross. Nnc-
luiiieiiti), Marysville, lleddlng,
Portland. l---^.- v.. -■-■ .' and Past »8:13 a.
COAST DIVISION (Narrow Oaajga).
* (Foot ct Market Street.)
•8:13 a Neoarfr,t>nter«Ulc,BanJoee,Pettoß,
Boulder (.'reck, Santa aud Way
Stations •3j»««'
f2:l3p Newark, Centcrrille, Ban Jose, New
Almaden, felton, li older Creek,
Santa Cruz and Principal Way
Stations I»:.1«a
•4:a3p Newark, San Jose, Les (latos *»:20a
611:101' Hnnters 1 Excursion. San Jose and
Way Stations t~ ; 20p
CREEK ROUTE FERRY.
rromSlH FHIKCISCO — root or .'^trkst Street (Slip 8)—
•7:15 9:00 11:00 A.M. 11:05 •2:00 13:C3
•t:C3 |6:Cfl -c::i'.m.
freaUiKUSD-roolofßrcsaai.tT.— *C:oo 8:00 10:00 a.m.
U2:C3 1::: t::C3 *3::-3 ti::o 'S^Oi-.m.
COAST DIVISION (Broad (iantre).
(Third and Townsend Sts.)
t(i:10A Ocean Vie*-, South Han Francisco.. t«:3or
•7:OOa San Jo.-c ami Way Stations (New
Alinadeu Wednesdays only) *»l:*Or
•9:OOa ha- JoaO, Tres Pinos, Santa Crux,
Pacifio Orote, Paso Bobles, Han
Luis Ohispo, Surf, Lompoc and
Principal Way Stations *4:aOr>
•IO:40a Sail Joes and Way Stations *«:33.v
•I1»«Oa San Jose and Way Stations *5:30p
t fi:43pSan Mateo, Kedwood, Menlo Park,
Palo Alto, Santa Clara, San .lose,
Tree Pinos. Santa Cruz. Salinas,
Monterey and Pacific Grove tl«:3«A
t3-.30p San .lose and Way Stations *7:B(>p
4l:tsr San Jose and Principal Way Stations "J-.-ISa
43:00p sau Josa and Principal Way Statlona t'J:O«»A
•3:30p Sau Jose and Principal Way Station* *S:3.'sa
■6:30p San Jos and Way Stations t»:t»*»A
H1:43l- San .lose- ami Way Stations *~:3Qp
A for Morning. P for Afternoon.
I 'Daily. t Sunday excepted. J Sunday only.
b Saturday only.
CALIFORNIA NORTHWESTERN BY. CO.'
LESSEE
SAN FRANCISCO AND NORTH PACIFIC
RAILWAY COMPANY.
Tiburon Ferry, Foot olf Market St.
SAN FRANCISCO TO SAN RAFAEL.
WEEK DATS- 9:00. 11:00 a. m.; 12:35.
3:30. 5:10, 6:30 p. m. Thursdays— Extra trip
at 11:30 p. m. Saturdays— Extra trips at 1:50
and 11:30 p. m.
SUNDAYS— 9:30, 11:00 a. m. ; 1:30, 3:30
5:00, 6:20 p. m.
SAN RAFAEL TO SAX FRANCISCO.
WEEK DAYS— 6:IO, 7:50. 9:20, 11:10 a . m. : 13:45,
3:40. 5:10 p. m. Saturdays— Extra trips at
1:55 and 6:35 p. m.
SUNDAYS— S:10, 9:40, 11:10 a. m.; 1:40. 3:40. 5:05.
6:23 p. m.
Between San Francisco and Schuetzen Park
same schedule as above. .
Leave Arrive
San Francisco. In Effect San Francisco.
October 15, j -
Week Sun- 1599. Sun- Week
Days. days. Destination days. Days.
7:30 am S:W am Novato, 10:40 am- 8:40 am
3:30 pm, 9:30 am Petaluma. 6:05 pm 10:25 am
5:10 pm': 5:00 pm Santa Rosa. 7:35 pm 6:22 pm
Fulton,
7:30 am Windsor. 10:25 am
In.
wr. 10:25 am
Healdsburg 1 ,
Lytton.
I Geyserville,
3:30 pm 8:00 am Cloverdale. 7:35 pm 6:22 pra
i:2O am ! Hopland and - -
t S:3oam Ukiah. 7:35 pm, 6:22 pra
.»,
7:30 am 10:25 am
8:00 am Guerneville. 7:35 pm[
.3:30 pm | 6:22 pm
7:30 am 8:00 am Sonoma 10:40 am' 8:40 am
and
5:10 pm: 5:00 pm Glen Ellen. ) 6:05 pm 6:22 pm
7:30 am 8:00 am Sebastopol. 10:40 am 10:25 am
3:30 pm 5:00 pm | 7:35 pm 6:22 pm
Stages connect at Santa Rosa for Mark West
Springs and White Sulphur Springs; at Lytton
for Lytton Springs; at Geyserville for Ska^ss
Springs; at Cloverdale for the Geysers; at Hop-
I land for Duncan Springs, Highland Springs,
; Kelseyvllle. Carlsbad Springs. Soda Bay. Lake-
! port and Bartlett Springs; at Ukiah for Vichy
. Springs, Saratoga Springs, Blue Lakes, Laurel
! Dell Lake, Witter Springs, Upper Lake. Porno,
Potter Valley, John Day's, Riverside. Lierley's,
Bucknell's. Sanhedrln Heights. Hullville.
Booneville, Phllo. Christine, Soda Springs.
! Navarro. Whitesboro. Albion. Little River,
I Orr's Hot Springs, Mendocino City. Fort Bragg,
I estport, I'sai. Wlllltts. Laytonvllle, Cam-
| ming's. Bell's Springs, Harris, Olsen's, Dyer,
' Scotia and Eureka.
Saturday to Monday round trip tickets at re-
duced rates.
On Sundays round trip tickets to all points
beyond San Rafael at half rates.
Ticket Offices, 650 Market St.. Chronicle bide.
H. C. WHITING. R. X. RYAN.
General Manager. Gen. Pass. Agent.
NORTH PACiFIC BOAST RAILROAD,
Via Sausalito Ferry.
Commencing October 1, ■ ISS9.
FROM SAX FRANCISCO TO MILL VALLEY
AND SAX RAFAEL.
WEEK DAYS— '9:30, 11:00 a. m.; »1:45.
•3:40. 5:15, 6-00, 6:30 p. m.
EXTRA TRIPS— For Mill Valley and San a -
-1 tael, on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays,
at 8:86 and 11:30 p. m.
SUNDAYS— 10:00. 11:30 a. m.; 'Lis
3:15. »4:45. 6:30. 9.00 p. m.
! Trains marked <•) run to San Quentin.
I FROM SAN RAFAEL TO SAX FRANCISCO.
WEEK DAYS— S:2S. '6:35. 7:45, *9:40 a. m
i 12-.30. 2:15, *3:40. »5:15 p. m.
I EXTRA TRIPS on Mondays. Wednesdays and
1 Saturdays at 6:40 and 10:15 p. m.
SUNDAYS— 6:2O. . »S:00, '10:00. '11:45 a. m.;
- *1:40. »3:15. 4:45, '6:30 p. m.
Trains marked (*) start from San Quentin.
. FROM MILL VALLEY TO SAN FRANCISCO.
WEEK DAYS— 6:45. 7:55. 9:45 a. m.;
12:35, 2:35. 3:45, 5:20 p. m.
EXTRA TRIPS on Mondays. Wednesdays and.
Saturdays at 7:00 and 10:20 p. m.
1 SUNDAYS— B:OS. 10:05 a. m.; 12:05. 2:15, 1:30,
: 6:00, 6:45 p. m
THROUGH TRAINS. >-*<•--. 7
1:00 a. m. week days — Cazadero and way stations.
8:40 p. m. Saturdays— Tomales and -ay stations.
1:00 a. m. Sundays— Tomales and way stations.
taOUNT TAMALPAIS SCENIC RAILWAY
Leave San Francisco via Keusallto Ferry,
Commencing SUNDAY. October L 1899.
WEEK DAYS— 9:3O a. m. and 1:45 p. m.
. SUNDAYS— B.OO. 10:00 a. m. and. 1:15 p. m.
Fare S. F. to Summit and Return, $1 40.
THOS. COOK & SON. Agta.. 621 Market at.
/*"""Sk Dr. Gibbon's Dispensary,
fllirJi ( '-'" )KFARXY %,r Established
&ln fs&'Si In l-*** 34 fur the treatment of Private
JaiK /Bw Diseases, Lost Manhood. Debility or
MB*£m«&% disease wearing on body and mind and
w^HH|Bb Skin Diseases. The doctor cures when
'^3MFS <"bers fall. Try him. Charges low.
BSBHHi('i»'r>:oaranleed. Callornrite.
Or. J, _'. ULiilUt X. Box 1057, San Francisco.
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