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Ti n \Xri' ¦ -II- % -ZTM- %;' l:02 1 4-." Good start. Won first three driving. Winner, I. . More
house's br ' f ' by Matt Byrnes-Chiffle.. Had Jones on Isaline taken matters more coolly he
rnizht have won. Corolla pocketed soon after start. So was Fllle d'Or. Mildred Hughea
-to^njpjU^o^r^y^^
7U>. SECOND RACE— One, mile; three-year-oiaa; purse, ww,. .- : . -.- .- ,. ¦
Tim..— U ' -25^ • V 4 :50U; %. 1:164: mile. 1:41. Good start. Won easily, second and third driv
in* Winner' H # T Griffin's eh. a. by His Highness- Vage. .. Bathos argued it for six fur
longs Erwin then 'had it easy.' Others had steerage tickets. Scratched— Choteau 107.
720. THIRD RACE— MiIe and a quarter; selling; four-year-oldsjuid upward; purse, $400.
Vlmi>— U ' •26V1-:'4 :52H;%. 1:18^4: mile; l:44Vi: lUm, 2:08V4. Good start. Won easily.- second
amTthird driving ¦ Winner. Carruthers & Shields' eh. g.. by Imp. Topgallant-Essay. Turn-
Ing Into stretch Topmast saved, several lengths through Tempo carrying others out.
721 FOURTH RACE! — One mile:. free handicap; 4 three-year-olds and upward; purse, $300
T-'imo— £ — r 2s""ii '48%; %. 1:13%; mile, 1:40. Good start. Won first three driving. Winner
w~R Jennings & Co.'s eh. h.. by imp. Sir Modrrd-lmp. Oran. Bendoran ridden out to
the last ounce. The Fretter got cold feet chasing him. Scratched— Pa^MorrlsseyiOZ^^
TaaTFIFTH RACE— Seven furlongs; selling; four- year-olds and upward; purse, $400
Time— »4 -13-% %. 1:01: %. 1:2614. Good utart. Won easily, second and third driving.
Winner W R. Larzelere's br. m.. by Imp. Brutus-Nabette. Jingle is a vastly Improved
'.„ 'imnerious in trouble the first part of -it. Mary Klnsella came from the timber.
Horton pocketedrigJU^te^^taj^^ie^Q^rew^e^r^^^
723. SIXTH BACET-Futiirity course; selling; three-year-olds; purse, $400. .
Time— To- U, :21V4: to %. :45H; last S. 1:00%; short %, l:10H>- Good start. Won all out, sec
ond and third' driving. "' Winner. Burns & Waterhouae's b. f., by Free Knight-Sarah Davis.
Winner quickest away. Tutbill cut oS at start. Alice Dougherty not at her beat.
Scratched— Floridan 105; ' \ . \
TURK.- 1428— Elegant large front room;, sun all
¦ 'dayr- tai-ge cloaet; gent .on!y>. ¦ ...
VALENCIA, 1525— Rooms, furnished . or unfur-
r.itfied;' suitable, for light housekeeping or
single; gas. and bath.
AT .£2- fiec-ond^Nice- nVw' {.ar*red and reno-
: : . rated front rooms;. |l. 56. tot 2o t2 W a week. : : -'.
A^-rrHE ELMER HOU^ET'^TBushTBt ad,
: Joining the: Ru«s Hotel;. &4- rooms; all prices.
BURNETT, 142« Market et. told No. 13fi4}-Fur
¦ .nl.iihed. rms.; suites, eingle; als<> unfurnished,
liORROW on pianos, furniture, fllamOßda,
¦;¦ pajatlngs ; >»ecrecy.. ¦ Uncle. Harris. 15 Grant-'av;
>"A RROLLTON, 1206 Market, cor. ' Oolden Cat*
.•ye.— Sunny corner; wen furn.; rms. & offices..
CLASSIFIED advertlßements and subscriptions
: received at Call branch, office. 2200. Flllnjore.
ErJDT. 6C2 — Sunny furnished bay-window room;
T!7RK. M3^Large front rooms, complete house-
' tkf*j:.ing; gas ana bath; coal stove; JlO month.
BORROW tra diamonds and Jewels; polite at-
tention UNCLE HARRIS. 15 Grant aye.
HAS TOO MANY CHILDREN.
Special. DJppatch; to /The. C>H. • ,- : ¦'....
: - SAN. • RAFAEL; -; Febi, /^-^John ¦: i Biter^ :
who; lives; at -Reeds Statibri, has so .mahiy
children- Jie. doesn't vkni&.w -what -..t0 /do.
Whe.ri he. was w.ealt.lry lie adopted twelve
ab'an^bned infants, i'and.nc^w that ne has
l6st -;his rriphey. he thinki3. that- Marin
County . should, support the- accumulation
of infancy cOllecteq by him- ¦ ••' " ':'¦ ••
He presented a' betitiort to that -efTect 1
to ¦¦ the • ¦ Board -of : Supervissors yesterday. ¦
The :board'.s yl-e.^ ; s-. of: th.e'. .-county's/- duty
did- not coincide- with his. ; and they re
fused to. grant his petitjon.:- Part of their
answer ,la' worded -as foiloWs: ''The' prac
tice" of- making Marin County the sponsor
for' abandoned- .children, .and-'indigehts ; of
other" couritleH . ehouid'.-be ... discouraged."
And sp Bitier's iamatedr orphan- asylum
will have to Wdisrba'n'ded',' •¦ '-\i.'- ':r '¦ .'
¦ •.'¦. '•,'•'¦•',. — -.". - ii »' •¦ ¦¦' ¦. •'¦¦¦ •-.¦¦' • -J
Roads Are Clear.
Special Dißpatch-. to The Call. . .'- : - ,;;-;.;;. ¦•/
CHlNESE;f:CA'MP;t?F*bX£t^fo.ljiti: F.
Stevens; guardian of th« .YDBemlte Valley,
arrived, in. Ghinese.'Carnp; yesterday...- He
reports -no ' show, oh the' road; it being
mostly on the- high peaks. Mr; Stevens
say's' the condition of .the :rbad being open
at this, time Of the year is marvelous. The
Big Oak Flat Stage Company, oii receipt
of : this information, is -making prepara - l
tiohs to put the dally jstages on at an
early date, unless heavy: storms inter
vene.- •¦ •-. ¦ -.¦.-••¦¦ '.¦.••¦¦ •¦..-"•-•.'.
Funeral of Colonel Williams.
; VALLEJO, Feb. I.— The funeral services
over the remains' of -the. late Colonel C.
F, Williams, U.S. M. C.i were held this
afternoon at Mare Island. It .was attend
ed by all. the naval .-officials and- many
army, officers. . AH .flags Were at half mast
and work In the shops was suspended at
the time of the passage;, of. the funeral
cortege. The remains were brought to
Vallejo Inclosed In ft .beautiful funeral
case, covered with, floral 'emblems.' The
body will be taken ', to Washington for
final Interment... ¦¦;. • . - - "
Chamber of Commerce Formed.
WOODLAND, Feb. l.rrThe Woodland
Chamber of Commerce was organized
Wednesday' with, a membership of-"severi
ty-two. The officers are: C. W. Thomas:
president; L. D. Stephens, vice presldfr.it;
W." A Porter, treasurer, and E. P. Hus
ton., secretary. Ten standing, committees
were appointed. . ; : •
First Train Welcomed.
JAMESTOWN,: Feb. ,I.— To-night the
firpf regular passenger train was run .Into
Carters. It was a mixed train, ¦ leaving
Sonora on the arrival of the regular pas-,
senger from Stockton.. At Carters a Jiig
crowd had gathered to .welcome It.. The
Sierra Railway now extends from Oakdule
to Carters,' a distance of ttfty-six mllea.
: .-.:.' _ »: _ • . t ..
Henry Meyers Dead.
STOCKTON. Feb. I.— Henry Meyers, a
capitalist' arid pioneer;, of this city, died
here to-day at. the age of 75 years. De
ceased' owned considerable property in
and out of the city, and from s the fact
that he formerly manufactured considera
ble wine was known as "Wine" Meyers.
He was a native of Germany. .
Sugar Factory Reopens.
Special Dispatch to The Call.
SALrNAS. Feb. ll— The Spreckels sugar
factory, which has been closed so far as
slicing beets Is concerned for several
weeks, has resumed operations,- and it is
expected will not. have to shut down again
for some time. "''¦»'_;¦ .
Mouse Changes Hands.
Ercclal Dispatch to The CalL B|bß
WOODLAND, Feb/ L— O. A. Lowe has
sold his fine roadster, Mouse, to D. P.
Carter of San Francisco, for $500. :
>'ATOMA. 60—2 housekeeping ruoms-, '". 15 SO; no
children: no dog?; sun all. day. •'¦¦' : • . .' :-.-_: -.-_
O'FARHELL, 20$— Three nicely furnished
housekeeping rooms; very reasonable. ' .. ..
6COTT. 315—2 large sunny ¦ rooms, partly, fur-
r.lshed for housekeeping; gas acd bath. : . '•
2 BUNNT cennected rooms furnished for house-
keeping; gas and bath. 2l7Vj Shotwell et.
RAILWAY MEN MAY GO
OUT ON A BIG STRIKE
ST. PAUL, Minn., Feb. I.— Late tornight
there seemed little prospect of avoiding a
strike on the Great Northern Railway.
Assistant Grand Master G. "W. Lee of the
Order of Railway Trainmen and Grand
Chief E. E. Clark of the Order of Railway
Conductors are expected to arrive early in
the morning. Until their arrival the vote
of the employes cannot be canvassed, that
work not having heretofore been done, as
reported. The vote is unknown as yet.
but the members of the grievance com
mittee now here [ feel sure that no agree
mentcan be reached. To-night there is
no sign of a backdown on either side, the
railway officials insisting on the accept
ance of the new schedule and the griev
ance committee still firm in their asser
tion that the employes cannot and will not
accept any schedule .' which ' includes a
proposition requiring terminal switch
work without extra compensation. Up to
midnight the new men from Chicago had
not been located in or near this city
.. ¦ .-.-«•• . . — •
Stamp Mill Working.
Special Dispatch to The Call. .
SAX. ANDREAS, Feb. I.— The new
twenty-stamp mill at the Sheep Ranch
mine started this morning. The Sheep
Ranch was for many years one of the
largest producers of gold in California,
but was shut down for six years because
of differences among the former owners
and the Insufficiency of the machinery.
The mine is down 1200 feet and some time
ago passed into the hands of D. Gutmann
of San Francisco and associates, who
have spent over $100,000 in machfnery and
improvements. Over &>.000,000 gallons of
water were taken out of the mine within
the past five months. The work on the
mine will now go steadily forward. .
Hagler Committed.
VICTORIA,. B. C. r Feb: I.—Secretary
Hapler of the Miners' Protective Union
at Saridon: ha 3 been committed for trial
on. the charge of inciting: riot among
workmen.-' ¦'•¦'¦¦-* ¦' ' . .'
Cardinal Jacobini Dead.
ROJIE. Feb. 1.--Cardlnal Vicar D. B.
Jacobini. fbrmerly Papal Nuncio at Lis
bon is 'dead.--He -was 63 yeara of age and
received the red hat In 1596. •
LEAVFNWOiiTH. 2^— Large unfurnished bay-
:_.- window room;' housekeeping; adults; $10. ...
MaKKET. IC2B— Two '".. rooms, partly furnished
. for h'ufeekeeping. $6: single rooms f3. "-. ' '.
MISSION. 112S— Large front room; cando light
houeekeffiing; aiso othere, 15 and up. ¦¦¦' .
DIED. : ; ;¦;',. :; ; :- ; ;-
Betchard. Xavier Lasar. SartLh
Connplly. Bartly McCafferty, William
Cook, William F; - McDonald, Mary ¦. .•;
• Dewar, James J. ' McNairara, -Martin
. . Dore. Mrs. Mary A.-. Misgill, Timothy F.. .
l>ory. Frank, - . : Muller. John -\ '. ;
Droß-^ner, Jack- : Riley, Margaret : •¦-•
¦ Fahrbach. Christian -.Runnels, Naomi -F; .
Giunz. Georga . :'•• Scanlon. Tfmotby J.
- Golden. Rose - - ¦ r . ¦ ' • Smyth, Simon- , .
Greves. David. - : ¦'.'¦ Toeoke. Elizabeth; ' ¦
Higgins, William L. Williams. Thomas G.
¦ Kohn. Jacob •' ¦ .-¦ Wilson, . Georgia :-.:':
BETCHARD— In this city. January -. 3lj 1900,:
Xavier Betchard, beloved son of-.-Mllchlor and
Joscirha Aloysia (nee UelnzerJ B&tclaard of
Switzerland, a' native .. of Ilgan, " Canton
fc-chwyz, Switzerland,- aged 35 years 1 month
and lil days.' .; ¦' ' '..- : .' ¦•'. ¦ - T ,-. •;¦¦...'
CONNOLLY— In .this city, February 1. 1300,
Barfly Connolly. 'a -native of Ire.ta.nd, aged 82
years.- > '. ' : '. ' •".'¦'• :' : '.-\ ' '¦¦'.'¦ " ¦': ~ ¦¦¦':
COOK— In Manila, • November 4, IS3B, WUllani
F , beloved son of Mrs. Caroline Cook, and
brother of Mrs. j. Shawhan. Mrs. R.- : 8..
Eider, Mrs. :E. Davis . and' John, Rudolph;
Walter. Christ, Oswald .and Daniel Cook, a
native of Sari Francisco.. aged 27 years and 24
days A member of Corriliany F. First Regi-
ment. United States California Volunteers.. .
DEWAR— Killed in action at Santa r Ana, '.Phil-
. Ippihe Islands. February 5, Ibia, James. J.,:
beloved con of Mrs. Eliza Dewar.' and. brother
of Robert M. Dewar- : and Mrs. Carrie .H.
Seely. a ftattve of San. Francisco, aged 26
. years' ar.d 7 months.- ¦ :. .. ;; .. . ;..- •¦ ¦• : ¦ . '
¦ (n^Fric-nds ajid acquaintances are . respect-
fully Invited .-ta attend the funeral Sunday.
February 4. at 2:30 -o'clock, from ; . the: T.M>,
C. A. buildinc.. Preeidio; San Francisco. •; In-
terment National Cemetery.- •: . '. ¦ . ;-.""
LATE members of Company X, First Regiment
' California Volunteers, .arid members of Com-
pany X First Regiment, N. G. C./ will as^
e^-mble at the armory-, Sl5 Ellis street, at 1:30
o'clock; in blue uniform and white gloves.'-. to
¦ attend the funeral of our late. comrade, Pri-
vate James J. Dewar, to be held at the P.re-
. - E! dio. te *£g*gjgsj w , seelt;:-:
Late Captain Company K. First Regiment, 1
' . .California .V-olunteers. - . ¦. ¦ . .'
DORE— In this city. February .1. 1900, Mrs.
Mary Ann Dore, beloved mother of Edward R.
Dore .and .Mrs. Nora Freese, and beloved.' -sis-
ter of Michael Lynch, aged 73 years.' '..¦•-..
:. VTo know ber. was to love. her." ••' . ":*;:'
* .(^Friends and .acauaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the. funeral to-morrow
- (Saturday), at i-ZO o'clock, from her late resl-
¦ dence', ' fcM ' Bay strett. corner of Hyde, thence.
- to St. Brigld's Church, where Services . will
•'¦'be held for the repose of her soul', comrnenc-
Ide at 16 o'clock: : •¦• -- . . -. ...-¦ : ¦
DORY— In this city. February 1.- 1900. Frank,
•beloved son of Frank' and Ettle Dory, a na-
tive of :*?an Francisco;' aged 11 days...' ¦', ¦.
DROhSNER— In this city, January 31, 1900, en-
. tered Into rest. Jack, dearly beloved husband
of Ray I>rosßner, father of Karl J. and Donna
V. Drosfner. and. brother of Mrs. M. Jonas
and A. and I. Drossner. a native of Prussia,
' aged 40 years and 3 months. •' ¦ •. . * ••'
CTFriends and acquaintances are respect"
fully invited: to attend the funeral this day.
(Friday), at i:4** o'clock, from his late resl-
. fience. 2&06 Fillmore street, under the aus-
pices of Fidelity Lodge No. 120. F. and A: . M,
Interment Home of Peace Cemetery by 3:30
¦o'clock train from Third - and . Townsend
streets. . ¦ • - •¦ ¦' . ; •-.-¦•".
FAHRBACH-In this city. Januar>* 31. 1900,
at Ms residence; ?26R Twenty-second street,
Christian. Frederick Fahrbach. -a native of
Germany, aged 74 ye-ars • ahd S months.
Cy Notice of funeral hereafter. ¦ •
GLUNZ— In Los ' Angeles. January 'SO, - 1900,
George, son. of Christian and Elizabeth Glunz,
and brother of John, Albert.' Charles and
Eli2abeth Glunz and Mrs. Annie Luhr. a na-
tive of Evansvlile, Ind., aged 35 years and 6
months. ¦ . '.•.'*•
' K~7 Friends ana Jicq-ualniances are resp«»ct-
' fully, invited to' attend the funeral, services
this day (Friday), at 2 o'clock, at the resi-
dence of the- parenu. 932. Magnolia, street;
Oakland. Interment Mountain View Cerife-
tery- •. - - ¦
GOLDEN— In this ctty. February 1. 1900, Rose
thieved daughter of M. M. and Bertha .Golden,
a native of Germany, aged 17- years and 9
months. . .. . '". . .
GREVES— In this city, January 31, 1900. David
¦beloved husband of the late Mary AnnGreves
and father of James, Hiram; 'Daild and
George Greves and the late WlMlam H.
Greves and Mrs. M. Roberts., a natrve of
Greenock. Scotland, aged si years fi months
and SO days. (Greenock. Scotland, papers
' please copy.)-. • . .».«...
pjr Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral this day
(Friday), at 2 o'clock, from his lat« resi-
dence. 15 De Boom street. Interment I. O.
. n F. Cemetery. . ••: ¦• . •
FRANKLIN. 21— Newport House; housekeeping
: rocm?~. also eingle; every ccnvcnience. .• •
CHESTNUT. Tit — Furnished housekeeping
¦-'.ror>ms with bath. ¦' '.. ..::¦¦¦. :•'•*':¦
KOI>OM. f34— .Sunny front room and kitchen:
t'.r.i. ;. closet*; bath; modern house; private;
¦ CSti weeit; ; - .. . :¦ : ¦.•¦¦;•:.. . - :-- ¦ . .--.¦¦
K1:al ES'l'.iTE I'UI.NTKV— For Sale
FOR sale In Contra Ootta County— lss acres all
good farming ianJ: vineyard, orchard; plenty
at good water; t5O per acre or T55. Including
crop, hcrse* and all farming Implement*;
party polr.s Ea£t, Arply to C. THOMPSON,
. Concord, Cal. .-¦.-.
BBRKELtiV; ItKAL. KSTATE.
MODERN flats— ll*o9: containing 5 and S rooms
**eh; hirhly deccrat*j and finished with «n
modem conveniences; €31 Waller St., one
block frr,m Haight «nd I'ierce; easy terms.
F. NELSON. Builder. .-; ; :.. . .
OLVMPIANS
BEATEN BY
RELIANCE
Visitors =,. Handily : Won . the
?s'Si Initial Indoor ;^BaU .-
. ;Ten yoiing men of ithe Reliance Athletic
Glub.of Oakland -took" nine' young men of
the Olympic; Club of this city Into camp
last, night iii one, of the wildest, fastest
and noisiest indoor .baseball games seen
on a. local diamond since the inauguration
of the pastime; in this city.' At the end
of the-ninth Inhinir the representatives of
the Athenian city had scored . 'ten tallies
to four for the winged "O" and as a re
sult the; members of the latter organiza
tion.were sad. The defeat, however, was
the : best thing that could : have happened
to. the. local players. They were so im-^
bued;with their own ability, to defeat any
6t the teams in the tournament that, they
practiced seldom if at all. By their play
ing last night the Olympics showed they
had .the material but lacked unanimity in
play.-."; .",..,'-. : -' '-•?:¦ •::.-.- •¦;-.•;¦¦¦¦*¦
On; the. other hand the Reliance team
worked together and by good fielding and
timely. batting made their opponents look
like selling-platers. ,The youngnien. from
Oakland came over to score a victory and
in this they succeeded. They also brought
over with them a gang of lusty .young
rooters, who made . noise enough to be
heard in their native town,; and who
"kicked" so hard at aUburn-halred ;"Jlm
:my".Coffroth's decisions that the latter
was willing to resign his Job to tlj«: first
comer. •'• ¦' • ¦¦.-¦•¦ : '¦¦•¦'¦¦¦¦. >';.".-¦¦
The game was highly exciting, ; The
Olympics held a slight lead iip to the
sixth inning when they became-demoral
ized and their rivals from over the bay
passed them left them lii the rut;
The contest practically became a pitchers'
battle,. with honors in favor Cf Rosen
heirn, the Reliance twirler. Captain James
of the Olympics pitched a much speedier
ball, but the . Inability of • Follanstjee: to
hold the Bpherotd was cosily to the local
nine. In the last 1 * two innings Follahsbee
allowed three runs- to come in. .He .showed
that : he was a brilliant ball player but
could . not handle, James" ¦ speedy •¦; pitching.
Cartwright r s short nap In right field also
cost his team two runs. : Had .be been
awake he could easily have captured a
pop\fly that came his way. Butz missed
a few hard throws from the catcher, but
retrieved himself by 'a neat double play
which- he made unaided. The game was
the fastest played at; the club^ one: hour
and -ten minutes being consumed :to go
ritne -innings. Following is the way the
men lined up and • the number of runs
scored by each; : '- . . . . .... .
Rellince. Runs. I
Lefevre, 3b 2
Audlfred. L s. 8...,. 2i
Deacoh, c ........... 1'
White, cf .;..; 0
Freen»an, 2b ......... 2
Dieckman. r. s. ».... 0
Wym3.lb .............. 1
Rosenheim, p ':.......- Oi
Brockhage, rf ..-,. 1
Agnew.-U U
Total ...V..........."1i
Olympic.';' . : Run«.
Follansbee. c 1
Derham, If ........... 0
James, p 0
Fuller, r. s. 5... 0
Hanrahan, 3b 1
Stack, I. s. s 1
Cartwrlght* rf 0
Butz. 2b , 0
Monahan. lb ' 1
Total 4
RUNS BT INNTNG3
Reliance ...a 0 0 2 1 1 J 1 2—19
Olympic 1 .1 0 0 0 0 0.0 *- 4
Umpires— James Coffroth (CMympio Club) and
William Ryder (Reliance Club). .
HlG;oiNS^lnXhls-.clty,.-Jehtiary --Jl, 1900; : Wll-
¦ Uam .Li'HlßElns.. father of -wnilam B. and
Edward HiKßlns; & native -of Virginia, aged 7!
years and. 19 months.' 1 <N6rtolk and Baltimore
. ; ' papers " : please- copy-.) •; '••.¦'•":. .•¦¦'.. '• ' - '•
. - - CTFTj^nils; and- acquaintances are.respect-
-. .fully 'lnvited ttj : attend the i funeral .. Sunday,
February- 4;- : at ? -O'clock, irom : Pioneer llall,
'-. Foittrth-ilreet; between- Mission and Market,
• ?uod«r the.' ausDices of California' Pioneers.
:. Inter nveot Jfasdnic . Cemetery.' •';..'¦ ' :. ¦ l s - •
kOHN— in- tills city. January 31, 1900. Jacob.
"¦: b«rloved. husband : pf Annl* ! Kohn. and. father
¦of "TJitte '-and Walter Kbhn and r Mrs. M. M..
-Kahh,, a:.. native, of Hungary, aged 61 years
:...-¦£ months and;l4. day«. r ;1 ¦¦¦¦¦-..';. <¦•": .-v-'v ,¦*:"•>'¦.' ¦
' friends ahd ac^uaJiitAnce* are reßpect-
.rifliv ihvtted to attead.uhe .funeral this day
' fPrfaay); ¦at:.lo -b'cloek. .from .his; late. reel-.
.. rdeiice, 16110 . Sutler street.:; Interment -Home
.of Peace. q*jpetery. : by: 11 30 o'clock train from
..Tftlrd'siid'Town-seftd- streets."'. ;;."-..•. VJ; .:„
\WAEIiIN(>TON: L^fb^No^ :«0; Av<:O.'*TJ.:.W.:
.-.Sati.- Franc! *cp, Lodge :Np.';^9K., X.'of .H.—
r: Officers and-memt*rs of the above orders are
¦.•¦-resl*et fully- iretjoeated to»attend the. funeral of
• Brothcr-J- -Kohi}; 'deceased/;, from .his late
.re.sld6ncii.mi)* Suttw ¦ street/ this day; (Frlr
" cjayxxat lOv^clock: : ~. -'•*.. ;*i ,*-- : ;' ; '¦¦¦':'¦ '.
LASAR^Iii San. Lilts OWspoi; February 1. im
. Bftrah/'belpved'- wife of -Isaai;- Le«ar, and sUter
¦".of: MrsAMarcus Lasar and Lawrence,- Eleanor
; ::an<l: : Harry.. Harris;.:'- =. •.*¦• tj'fl ';'; ;'"'. '¦':'". "
. tCTFMends are ; respectfully. Invited to- at-r
tend the'lhterißeiit.at Home of -Peace Cem«r
. tery: tMs'dfay -j(Frldayy, Immediately after ar-
.: rival: of horthbouhd San LUU Obispo, train.; .
McCAFFERTY— In tfci* cityv Febrpary 1, 1900,
: VViniam.-bfetoved. husband- of. the' late, Cath*
' .Vrtne AlcCaftorty^ father- of Joseph. J... W 11-
/llatn T. and :Mary E, MeCaHerty. andbrother
« ot^Cathefine a^d Anni<? : NtcCafferty,.' a.natlye
: ¦ of '.'lreJarid.-"- a«ed ' 63 ; y-earsii--- "". ¦'¦ "; ¦'• • ' .- ¦ •"' ".
".v- 'CT'FrlendF and ac'aualntances ¦ are '..respect-
:.fully invited t&;-ft)ttend:the;fun«raV to-morrow
.<Sttturto>'),:.:at 9 o'cJOik. from •hts.late^resl-
-.¦¦¦deiTCe, 24T8- Mission/street, then<je-'W St.- Ja-mes
¦• Church^:' where: a' solemn- requiem" blffh mass
. wll). bi? celebrated for the jepose-of his
: commencing af.9:40 o'.clj&cki • Intermejit Mount
••Calvary Ceftietery;. : - : ;; •;;i':: •:> ¦"¦¦¦• ••¦¦*•
McDONALtH-In-: this ; city," February L .1900.
: Mar>% beloved We ' of William : McDonald,
-. mother of -Francis. McDonald. ¦• dauirhter • -of
Mr. and Mr*. Gtjstave Arlstled.rand sister of
•: Fannts.-: Masritiß. George and Willie . Aristled.
' a native, of San Frandsoo, :age<3i;2l yeara^and
¦-¦ S tntjnibs, ¦¦'.•"-.-.:":.;¦';.•:-. ' •=';-•'• -."; "•". ,°.,-'-;-
• ¦CT Notice of .funeral' hereafter. '; •¦
McNAMARA^In this clt}'; -^January :81,. 1900.
,: Martin. belfl«ed : brother of James McNarhara
v cf. New York pity, a native of County .Clare.
•¦ Ireland..* aEed 's7 years.- . '..- : , ¦.' . ••'• ¦'..'•:•
¦.": -CTFTiertds- ahd acauaintances are respect-
fully invUed- to. attend; tfie.^funeral, this ; day
< Friday >','¦. at 1 o'clocki from the partprsof
':¦ the 'Western Adattlon' Funaral Directors,- 242&
- : .Va.llfo.rfl'la- '. street, •¦¦between- -Fill more .-and
¦¦•^tetneT:. liiteririent lloly'.Cjrpss Cemetery ,:.' ¦
MISGILL—Iri thfs.elty. ; February.: i; X9oo;' at' his
residence,- 4325 Stelner street,^Timothy F^be-
•¦--¦- tffc'ed husband of Mary Misgill... fcnd father of
: Wrs. Clare ¦•CaheV: a native i cf Cotinty Galway,
Ireland, aggd- 65 years- ah4 .11 : montha. : : -. ....
• '•¦.:¦ -Jl^Npttc*.;©f.-'furierikl- hereafter. ::-• \ - , • ¦•" * •
MtLliER— In t thH 'city; January 31," 1900.-. John
••Mutier- : cousin at .Nfcol&tts and 'Oiedrich Mul-
: ?er and Mrft. II; Dllling, * native of Germany,
aged 75. years J months sund 1 days.- ¦••¦.'<•. .
;V "¦ETraSfiW and a<?quah>tances are respect-
: fully. lrvvlt*d. to attend tlue funeral ,thl» day
'•' -(Friday V '.: st 2. d'ttbek. -from -.tha ¦ parlors' of
"-H-'" -H-' F;' Suhr-A-Co,;- 1137: Mission, street^ be-
.-..tweeh Seventh, and. %Khtb.:; Interment fc? O.
'¦":'-"O;'.:F; ; Cemetery; . : - .:'--; : -. .'r\ : ."-.*. • =- ; : •.. ".-I-
Rlt.E'S'^lJi tl>is cjty; -February' 1. 1900, Mar-
I . garetr' beloved daiugnter of Catherine Rlley,
¦'¦•ahd' s'lstVp-of - : 3ames,'-Aridr.e'w- and. Edward
-¦Riley. Mrs; Nellie Kerr. of Sutter-Ci-eeic. ¦' Ama-
'••dor.'- County;' -Mrs;.- Juhy-Stoermer..and .Eliza
¦ Riley' of Sait FrarielVeo; -.ft native of gutter
• Cj-fek.'Ainaaor: County; aged 23- years. '
RVNNELS-^ln :.thls... city, •¦ January 31,' 1900.
' Naoroi F. ¦Runnels;" behoved mother of B. F.
.'and %V. II,: Runnels and, Mrs.. C, A. Baxter, a
."native of. : Au*usta, Mei.:.,ag^d-' 77 years 9
:': '- months ati<£ ..IS. --'dayis: • --:¦'¦• ..:¦•••-• • .'. ' •
SCANLO^f— Xn: this: city.- Februa.ry.l. 1900, Tim-
¦ othy J.'Seanlon/'.bftloved- brother of John T.
•. Scankin.' and .beloved cousin-, of Mrs. Wljllam
. Murphy.. Mrs. P. '.CCbniior and Bartholomew
• and John Lawtot, ; a n-atlye of. Washington,
D. G, • ; .••.;•;¦••;¦ ''':<;:-:.¦:'•'¦' ¦¦¦ -•• '¦
: C^Notlce of funeral', hereafter.- • ¦ . •
SMYTH— In this city; January 31. 1900. Simon,
beloved 1 husbind -of NeUie : LJbbyPmyth. and
father of Vere Bell Smyth, a native of Ire-
¦ -land.aced 41. years. ¦•-*•*•* ¦•' .• • ¦
'. C7"Friends' .and -acquaintances are renpect-
fu'.ly invited to attend • the funeral this day
"(Friday),, at V o'cloclt.. fro.m his late resl-
; fience.- 112 Lily avenue, thence to Westminster
Church, corner Page and Webster streets.
where services wllV bo held .at 1:30 : o'clock,
Interment 1.. O. O. F. Cemetery.
TOEPKE— In this city. February .1, 1900, EHza-
. beth Toepke, dearly beloved mother of. Wll-
- Ham. Fred. Charles and Henrj ; Toepk? and
Mrs. William Hahn, and- grandmother of. Mrs.
M. HlUmer, -WlHlani Marlow and William and
Mamie Toeoke." a native of iresseu. Nassau,
Germany.- ' aged 72 years i and -.6 months. ¦ / • .
' * IE7" Friends and- acquaintances are - respect
• fuljy InvHed-to attend the" fiinera) .to r morrow
(Saturday); at 2 o'clock, from the parlors -of
H. F. Suhr & Go..- 11S7. Mission street, between
• Seventh and Eighth.. .Interment Laurel Hill
'^Cemetery.'.- . ¦ '. •¦' ~.-:::'.'yl ¦'.'¦'¦ .— • •¦¦ ¦ "¦W-
ILLIAMS—I n ¦ this -city.- February 1. 1900.
' Thenvas Gullhernie. beloved husband.o f Anna
'• <JuMherme"WUMams, and loyrng father of
¦ Mamie, ' George. and Annie Williams, a . native
•of Aup-as'tasla, Island of Fayal, ¦ Azores; aged
.67- years 5- months, and: 1-day.-'- A -inem.ber of
-. the Pbrtugiiese Pjxitectlve and Benevolent So-
.-¦ clety-. ¦•:' ' ¦¦-' V ?- ¦"* ' '¦ ¦¦'-¦' ¦" . . -" ••' .
¦ !• ¦'(tJT'Frieryls'and- acquaintance* .and members
. of the Portuguese ProtectlVi'. B.nd : B«TH»Volent
. Society, are respectfully Invited to. attend the
¦ funeral to'-morr«r»*.- (Saturday); at 9 6' clocks.
' , from his .late, W27 : -Montgomery
• street,- thence •¦' to- the. Oiurcb.' of NUestra
• Senora'-.de Ouadaiupe.; .*here a solemn re--
quiem. mass wlll'be celebrated for ths repose
• of his soul.'.' coiijinenelrig at 10- o'cloclc. ; In-
terment Holy Cross Cenietery. .: -. .-..-.-
WILSON— Iii this; city. •-. February : 1.: 1900. •
. Georgia WjtSon.-: beloved. mother, of Mrs. E- M:
• Cnffey and-Mrfi.- Charles' Prummondv a. iratlve
. of Norway. .-aged- 65 years: 4 • months' and 14-
• days:--. :-'.' ¦¦;.:':• d-- • '.. .- -'.. ;¦¦":,¦ '.¦¦"'. .- Zi
BENDORAN
FELT TIRED
AT THE END
Lasted ling to^ Beat
-.- /Rosormonde^'a '/> l^eck. -'..
i ¦f-Pi Favorites Win;^ ¦¦' : •>. >
c= Por Just 'one .".moment .- the' .backers- pt
Bqn&qran at Oakland; :tra<!k- yesterday feit
a depressing! feelirig In the: chest" and
fOpnd It dllflcult to articulate: -; It; all.oc
curred at the .finish of. the, mile 'run,, when
Walter :. Jennings' -. Wg rsprlnter,"- a 4 to -5
favorite,, was challenged by Ros-orrriond-e,
ridden •by • Jenkina. 'I; With • Spencer . In the
saddle, Bendoran had, caused- The FreUer
to^grow groggy' chasing him, ' land his.
troubles looked: over.; Suddenly. Jenkins
made a move With' Rosbrmonde, and grad
ually gaining on: the leader, caused Spen
cer to resort to all ot his masterly slcill to
land his mount first by a head in 1:40.
Had The Pretter been ridden with * any
judgment he. would no- doubt haVe been a
keen contender at theiJinishi . •: ; ; :: .:
For a change, long shots in. the betting
kept" under' cover, ¦ live . heavily played
choices taking the^eoin. -Jingle Jingle, in
the fifth, defeated a likely bunch of sprin
tersatodds of 10 to Lj v • ¦. '• j : '•"
'¦ The .introductory .five- furlong scramble
was a very- open betting affalr.vwith Ban
dera, at 3 to 1, closing a slight 'favorite
over Corolla . and J laaline.; When sent
away, Jones hustled the. last-named filly,
away, in front, leading" to. the .paddock,
where she was collared by Piggott, on
Bandera, ahd beaten ... half" a -length.
Corolla, cut off soon. after the start, fin
ished third.: i- ; ».-%° '¦'¦" . •/••?; ;¦:' . V-- :
- : It looked as if there was only one way
Albert Simons' colt :Erwin could. loose the
mile run for : three- jear-^olds— to fall dpwn.
TJfje: books held him: a'l to ' 3 choice, and
he; won Bmlling from . Bathos. ; : Mortgage
could not help : beaxing the others for show
honors.- ;[z¦ • ¦• '.'-:¦. '.*"¦ • '"'•• '. '•"• ? .' * ;¦:
-Over one mile and a quarter, .Topmast
looked the best of the. quartet starting in
themlle and a quarter selling affair. He
closed a 3 to 4 choice, and under Spender's,
handling, won. cleverly.. Gotobed,: the sec- .
ond choice,'. was : led. out for" place by
Tempo, the: outsider of the :compahy.-.' :, '¦¦
iDan Honig's mare -Theory, ruled favorite
for the seven furlong.. run.; She trailed
Jingle Jingle into the.' stretch and there
retired," Imperious made a bluff at catch-,
ing the ¦ outsider, but was ¦ beaten with
ease. -Mary : KlnsfiUa,-.pn which there was
quite a play; ran. third. .. •;
¦ Southern Girl; with Bullman up, made a
runaway race of the closing event. Tut
hill came from behind/ downing Redwald
for the place. ¦• ".- ¦¦• ¦ ¦¦'¦.' ' : ,- : : . ;
To-Day's Entries.
.First race— Five furlongs; four-year-olds and
UpMv-ard!' eelllng- ' ; ¦¦'¦¦':'.-¦ ¦'¦ •:'<
' Silver Beau 104 639 Nora Ives'.' ..102
604 Miss Soak;:.-....1M 656 L'dy Brltannlc.,lo6
71lR* K elong .......107 631 Vlorls ....... .,.. 102
7(10 <schiller ; HI .711 Bloom' g Chance.lo2
Chlspa ..........JO'-* 682 Sprj' Lark....... 106
700 Clprlano ...... -.lfrS ••• Torslna ...... ....10fl
Second race— One mile and an eUhth; four
year-olds and upward; selling.- . ¦ . ¦
707 Los Priet05...:..117! 533 Adam -Andrew.. ll6
621 Tom Calvert.... 95j 700 De1ecta.......... 92
6SS Benora Caesar... 104 1 ¦
Third ¦ race— Four furlongs; I two-year-olds;
purse. .. •-. . •¦¦ ¦' .- •
630 Rollick ..... :105 (708)Sofala :....* 115
65S The Gaf flr 108 708 Thorn Wild 10S
-.. Belarlo .........^ll3 652 Location i..105
708 Corn Cake., ,108" 655 Uaylon Brown. .loB
¦Fourth race— Seven furlongs; four-year-olds
and upward; selling. : " ; • " •:•;".;. . '.: -
721 Cormoraht:;..:..ilo 702 Sister A1ice..;.. .105
695 Marcato ....;.. ...107 619 Peace. .>...: 105
624 Wild Het. :.106 714 Socialist ........101
TlSSan Venado 110 <644)Cha.t. Le 8e1... 107
tSI Be Happy. ...-:.1 (1 5' 675 Harry Thoburn; 107
t7o4)Coi: R00t... ..... 107;-. ¦ . ..:
Fifth race— One mile- and a sixteenth; three
yeair^olds and upward; free handicap.: . . ; ;•
¦721 Lothian W.......1W, 632 Einstein. -....,;'.. 95.
(7l6)Potenie ../...... 1171 718 Malay ...11l
715 Dr. Nembula ton; 621 The Fretter..:..lo7
716 Catastrophe .... »3! : . .. . /'- : ¦ •
' Sixth race— Seven -furlongs;, three-year-olds;
selitng.- -¦ ¦' • ¦ .-•¦• : '•:"•' -. ' ¦ ¦'¦¦
710 Ban .Tomasl . :. , .in2iC7ll)Matt Hocran. . .; k lo7
63? Florablrd •:..-. .:.U0' B3« Artilleryman ...110
69? Aborlßlne .. 10? | 64S Will Kay. .*...». .107
.694 Mont Ea*rle/ 1C74 710 Stiver Bullion. ;.11O
(710) L B M'Whirter.UOtfTfOAntter .-..;.,,.:.W7
719 The Ech0..'..... %1pa 701 Nanco O'NeU...ilos
Selections for To-Day.
. . First 'Tace^-Viorlß,- ¦ Nora ives. , Torslna: : • ;. '
.'.'Second race— torn; 'CalVert, -Adam -, Andrew,
Los. Prletos. ...¦¦.¦'.•.•¦'•¦';.:'. •"'.•', : . :• ¦¦¦ : . '
• -.Third race-^Sbfala, Ciaylon- Brown. .'Rolllclc .'
¦ Fourth rac«S-Marcato, .Harry Thoburn, Peace.
..Fifth race— Dr: ' NernbiiTa, • Potente,- :Slalay. '• ,
' .Sixth race— Mont • jB«Kle. : L. ' b: McWhlrter,
SAH Tofnas. '.¦ .-¦."/,¦'¦• '¦' '.'''.'¦-.. .-. .- -. ' ¦• .'
MCTHRRS PA«:iriC COSPAXT^
•." -.;¦..¦ ¦ .- (rACine sTSTKx.)
-Trml«a !«•»*•> nad nre Uun (• crrlitat
* :. . . NA9I FIUXC'IMW.
'; .-.¦-' * OCalnLlne. Foot of Market Street) . ¦": -.*
mcflVOY «fc CO..
FUNERAL DIRECTORS * EMBALMERS.
123S Market sL. between tth and 9th.
Telephone South 247.
A PHANf H of)i« for Call advertisements and
mbfc'-riptioni" • has been r-stablished at the
north weft corner <3f .Twenty-second and Ken-
tucky sts.; open until S p. m.
A BRANCH office for the reception of adver-
ti«M-n-.ent» and svbscriptlonj has been opened
at ::T3 Pt>lk st. : open until 9 p. m. ¦
A BRANCH office for Call advertisements and
eubwriptlons ha« been established at Wja Va-
lencia kt. b&BHS6BMBBGBteS3BI
BATXROAD TRAVEL.
TI'RK. 327— Nice sunny furnished rooms. $6 to
$s.;a!so a front room; quiet house. . -.
TURK. 1207— Rocms t x? let, furnished or unfur-
••*! nirhed. - ',' • ¦ . .
MOUNT TAMALPfIIS SCENIC RAILWAY
Iveave San Francisco via Sausalito Ferry.
Week days ; 9:30 a. m. and 1:45 p. m.
Sundays 8:00.' 10:00 a. m. and 1:45 p. m.
Steam-heated closed car on all trlans.
Fare— San Francisco to Summit and Return.
11 40. " •
a Dr. Gibbbn^s Dispensary,
(Vjn KEARW »ST. Established
in 1534 for the treatment of Private
Diseases, Lo*',Manhi»«L Debility or
disease v/enring on b.Klyand mind and
Skin Diseases. The doctor cures wh»-ii
others falL Try him. Charsjes low
Corei naraatrrd. Callorwrite.
Dr. J. C WIBBOS, Box lV37.San Francisco,
NORTH PACIFIC COAST RAILROAD.
Via Sausalito Ferry.
Commencinz October 1. 1339.
FROM SAN FRANCISCO TO MILL. VALLET
AND SAN RAFAEL*
WEEK DAYS— »7:OO. •9:30. 11:00 a. m.; n.43.
•J:4O. 6:15. «:00. «:3O B. m. _
EXTRA TRIPS— For Mill Valley and San Ra-
fael, on Mondays. Wednesday* and Saturdays,
at 9:00 and 11:30 d. m.
BUNDATS— *S:OO. •10:00. ni:2o a. m.; n:15»
»15. »4:45. 6:30. 9:0tl p. m.
Trains marked <•) run to San Quentln.
FROM SAM RAFAEL, TO SAN FRANCISCO.
WEEK DATS— S:2S. "S:"^ 1:45. "9:40 a. m.;
•12:30. 1:15, 'ZAO. '5:15 p. m. •
EXTRA TRIPS on Mondays. Wednesdays and
Saturdays at S:4O and 10:15 p. m.
SUNDAYS— B:2O. *S:0O. »10:0O, 11:45 a. m.;
•1:40. »3:15. 4:45, «6:30 p. m. •
Trains marked (•) start firrm San Quentln.
FROM MILL, VALLEY TO SAN FRANCISCO.
WEEK DATS— S:4S. «:45, 7:55. 9:45 a. m.;
12:35. 1:35. 3:45. 5:20 p m.
EXTRA TRIPS on Mondays. Wednesday* and
Saturdays at 7:00 and 10:20 P. m. •
SUNDAYS— B:OS. 10:C5 a. m.; 12:05. J:IS. 3:30;
&-80 (:45 V- Jn-
THROUGH TRAIN 3. '
7:00 a. m. week days— Caradero and way stations.
1:40 p. m. Saturdays— Tomales and way station*.
»:00 a. m. Sundays — Tomales and w&t stattnn*.
U'AVEXWORTII, 405. near Ellis— F"urnl£he.3
¦".tI.VNA. ec7. rorner Eighth— NVwly furnished
tay-window rf^.m. tl i>er week; transient.
20-Sunny. furnished rooms and
efflces; «-l^vator; electric ligh's; day. wk... mo,
ROSEDALE. 221 E!)!r.'- near TsTl^—lOo" rooms ;
' lie a a!«ht;. Jl a' -week; .transient.
JiOTAL House. 126 EUJs St.— Incandescent iteht.
• 'ifcafiinK room, emokinir room and ladtes' par-
' ;1or; rooms, per. ni^ht, 25c to tiaO; weeJc. (2 to
": JS; month. IS to J3O;-.e!evator on office floor;
..-¦. .-¦ rooms with hot and^cold waterj baths.
.(•HERMAN Apartment House, *S - Eighth St.,
;. near Mi r"*et— Furnished and unfurnished.
THE Oaky. ' 319 Third— A pood rooming house
for good people.. R. 'HUGHES, Proprietor.
FOI-FOM, &6S, corner Sixth fThe Oliver)— Sunny
furnished rooms; suites or eingle: new m^mt.
GEART-: '405 ./The Navarre)— Elesrantly furnish-
ed rooms. *n suite or slnrle. MRS, H. HTER.
GEART. sSS— Larpe nicely furnished room; gaa.
! • bath... funning . water; parlor; stove; for 2.
GRANIV SOUTHERN, southeast cor. Seventh
.and Mission sts. — Sunny rooms, en suite or
:.elri»de; ladies' parlor; reading room; elevator.
HANCOCK Bouse. 781 M!«!on— Select family
Txxim'.r.g house; 11.50. tp S£ per we»k.'
HOWiRD. SlS— Clean, respectable: Z^c-tl per
. r.i«t!at;.tl-t3 t-<n- week; Howard cars to door.
JESSIE. ¦ 47G— Sunny -front double room, neatly
furnithed. for rent. •..-¦.
T2CMICACO
This Is the quickest running; and most
luxurious- train across the continent. -
'Connecting Tkain Leaves Saw Fkaxcjsco:
& P.H. Monday, Wednesday. Friday and
Saturday, arriving in Chicago at 2:15
P.n In time to connect with all limited
trains for New York. •
OVERLAND Leases San Francisco at 5:»
FVDDFtt P- m - with Palace and Tonrtst
n a ? w «*" for Kansas City, St. Louis,
DAILY Chicago and East.
Local trains between Stockton, VALLEY
Fresno. Hanford, Visalia, Tnlare DrtAn
and Bakersfield. KUAU
SEE YOU IN San Francisco ofHce. 623
¦FDKrn tnnN Market Street, Phone Mai a
r«IiL.U SUUiN 153 j. Oakland, 1113 Broad-
way; Sacramen'o.2ol J Street; San Jose, 7 V/est
Santa Clara Street.
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.
Continued f rom Page Eight.
CmiFOßNifl Limited
Santa Fe Route
AT -Hotel -Francisco. Turk; and Taylor sts.—
..Homelike bouse;: moiiern service- ele valor 1
: bath: rooms-.SOc td $1 &6 day. MRS. J. KING!
!lJ^s^*i! l J^5^*i5 q[ liST~ |r mr' nr1 *- m ** a vv n f ni " n -
A-IiR*CN6*W-iCK HOUSE.;. 14s" 'ifxth -Rooms
. »« tp *1 per night: %\ 25-t/i $5. per week and
. ¦ light. houfek<--epl-ng; cpen-yall night. : : .
A BRANCH efflce for Call advertisements and
subtcrlptloas bad beea tstabllshed at 10&< Va-
lentla. st..- .' - •:-.¦¦••.. v-.-'.- .- . ¦ ' - '.. .'. ¦ .
A BRANCH office for Call advertisement* anl
, fub^criptiofie ".; has bwn eetabllshed '. at the
tjcrthwttt iccrner of Twenty-second and Ken-
turlty fts. : rp»n till gp. tn. .:
A BRANCH office for the reception of adver-
tisements and subscrtrtlons has been opened
*t IH3 Polk *t. ; cpen till S p. m. .-..- ..
DEFEAT OF BUDA.
Hot Favorite Loses tlie Race , at Ne\?
'A •'•.-¦*.¦: : /' " .'Orleans. •'¦¦ '¦ •¦'../. -¦;'•¦¦
¦KEW ORLEANS,' F«t>. 1.-^Buda"met her
first 1 defeat; In. c the.tbird. race to-day. The
filly, rasa hot" faverlte, backicd ; from
evens to 4 to 5, but.'shd showed 7 that thre^
•furlonps-.^aß het; limit, arid -after ' going
thit distanjce she": ttred and qilii: •. -' : . :.
. I^flueon'B.:riaeon Biishfields. in. the fifth
race-led' the stewards. In view.- of-.the
ficirse's. performance, the- last time but. to
suspend the .boy pending art Investigation.'
"The weather was:.cool ftnd'.the track
Fulton.
7:30 am Windsor. 10:25 am
' ' • . Healdsbury;.
Lytton.
Geyservllle.
S:3O pm 8-00 am Cloverdale. | 7:55 pm 8:21 pm
7:30 ami I Hopland and} I
| 8:00 am} Uklah. | 7:35 pmf 8:23 pin
7:30 am 10:23 am
8:00 am Guerserllle. 7:35 pm - -:'
3:30 pm *:g pm
7:30 am 8:00 am] Sonoma 10:10 ami S:4O am
¦ - ¦¦¦ .: -| and- ..- I • ¦ •
5 :1» pm 5 :00 pm; Glen Ellen. | 8:05 pm, 9*2 pin
FIFTH. -S3— Double parlors, kitchen, bath, $20;
: also S. 113, connecting ; eingle. $4 up. ? . .
MARRIED.
COVELL— LARRL'E--In this ctty. January 2S X
1900. by the Rev. Father Loude, .- Charles R.
Cov'ell and Clemence B, Larrue. ' . . -; . -- „
ilL'Nt-TEK— HOLST— In this cily, February. 1,
lyoo. by the Rev. Paul Brankei Henry. -Munster
and H'elene Hoist. - ; -. • r. • • : * : .
KLl^l^r. C3S.. . cor. !.-. rk:r. — i?uncy; furnished;
'-". -bay-window; mantel;' double folding-bed;
V\>l«l,£cii IlKht. ....
CI^ASPIFIED advertisements and subFcriptlons
recttyed at Call branch office. 2200 Fillmore st.
KUUMk l-OK tOIMiIvJJtI'I.NG.
CALIFORNIA, C"CS— Bunny room; 1 or 2 gentle-
I'nieaj breakfast if desired; private family;
; references exchanged.
FOOTHILL ranch to lease or for sale; six
nnl.es frora Napa; 240 acres; bonse, barn,
etc. Apply to.C. S. CAPP & CO., real estate
acor.tf. C 2" Market ft.
LOVELY MiUbra* villa tract; fenced: trees;
codflete water works. . BUTTERFIELD, PS7
Market £t- . ¦'-¦.:' : •' . . "-, .... --.¦:-
? for Morning. . ¦ r for Afternoon.
•Daily. t S '"''' STS T "<"»rtpi!. t cund±j odlj.
• ¦ . :•" :.'•,-¦'¦ 6 Saturday on!y. .:-.¦¦¦.:¦¦" :¦¦'¦
Al»««iar»«ndFrUlJis. • Thundayi and Boodan.
CALIFORNIA NORTHWESTERN RY.CO.
'¦-'. ". :.' ; :"-:*XjESSEB: •¦."," : ¦;'•-'.:'.: : :
SAN FRANCISCO AND NORTH PACIFIC
: RAILWAY COMPANY.
Tlbtxron Ferrj, Foot of Mariet St.
BAN FKANCJSCSO TO SAN RAFAIX.
WEEK DATS — 7:30. 9:00, 11:00 a. m. ; 13:»*
«:M. 5:10. «:30 p. m. Thursday*— Extra trip
at 11:30 p. m. Saturdays— Extra trlpa at l:it)
and 11:20 s. m. :- -' : - .. .-¦ ¦ . ¦ '¦¦¦
StTNDATS — 8:00. 9:10. U a. m.; l:Mt 3:*>.
6:00, «:20 p. m. :
SAN RAFAEL TO SAN FRANCTSCSO.
WEEK DATS— «:IO. 7:50. 9:20. 11:10 a. m.; 13:45.
1:40. S:IQ p. m. ¦ Saturdays— Extra trips at l.il
and 6:83 p. m. ¦: -. -
SUNDAYS- 8:10. »:40. U:10 a. m.: 1:40, 1:40. 6:05.
• :25 p. *** '-- - . . i• - ¦ ¦ -'.'¦-.¦¦¦. ¦¦ - - ¦
Between San Francisco and Schaetzen Pari*
same schedule a* above.- ¦
t" ANT A ¦ CLARA Valley fruit, farming . and
Ftock.Jar.ds;- owner's sale In tracts of 5 to 500
acres; easy terms, or will exchange for San
Francisco property. Apply to C. H. PHIL-
LIPS and G. 0.-VACH ELL. room 40,' eighth
*. floor. Mills building, hours S. a. m. to 4 p. m.
AVERAGE Income over $i*>oo a year; unequaled
location and moFt magnificent orchard home
ir. the- State; sacrificed at $Z.yx>; worth $1.0.000;
free cf debt, but peculiar circumstances com-
pels eale. N. D. NICKELS— THE LAND
AGENT, 10 Geary, opp. Chronicle bldg.. S F.
3. W. HORN, fill Main et., Petaluma: real es-
tate and thoroughbred Belgian hare*. Ser.d
•¦'• for. free i Ist of Sonoma County bargains.
COAST DITISKH illrna.l (httt^r).
(Third and To-.7nsend Sta.)
A WEEK'S r.ews for 5 benta. The Weekly Call.
16 Pfegyg. ir. ¦rrapper' t^r mailing. II per year.
"FOR »a> cheap — New I-story houses, 7 rooms;
lat«-« improvements; Noe and Hill Ets. ; near
Ctitro-et. cars; patent sidewalk. :.': .
: CREEK ROUTE FERBY.
ttamiit niSCISCa— tttt tl Xuktt S'rni(S;:»4s—
•1:13 0:00 11«0a.t*. tI:C3 *2:C3 t3:C3
'= M:W- •"' ' -it 3-53 *6:C3e.ii.
r»a>01IU!«3— r»«l»rBr!ilir«y.— *fl:0O 8:00 10:09k.m.
' |IS:C3 # I:Ca 12:53 *3:C3 t«:C3 «B:C3r.M.
OAKLAXD KtlAt. ESTATE,
FOR sale in Oaklar.d^EfgJtiUfpbiu-rtsldfnre.
modernized and completeiln «yery -defail; lot
K'XIOS; Alice St., near. IStb!. :b.eft = . residence
reirhborhood In Oakland;. -V rolftutes ' from
Narrow Gauge d«pot; attractive. price i.-monttiv.
¦ ly. payments if desjred^' ¦ '•'¦" : •' '¦^.¦'¦^- .-;¦ :'-;'••
HERON A. HOLCOMB. -Vi - :
:. - .' . 1C«CO Broadway, Qaklandi' 1 -.: ;
: 77-7S Crocker bulldinff, San Francl?ed.
*Sjl3a Kewaik.CenterTillc.^aa Jose,Felton.
'-.- V, KoulJer Creek, SaiitiCruJ and W*y
-'¦•': Btations.s. "StO**
fa» 1 3p Newark, CenterrtUe. Baa Jose, Kew
. - Almaden, Feiton. Iloolder Creek,
- :•• BanU Cnu and Principal Way
¦-: ¦ Btitions fl«ai«*
•#:l.tr Newark, Haa Jose. Los Gatos. *ot2tt*
ItlilSp Hnnten" Escnnion, Saa Jose and
WayHtttlora.. f?'***
WAST DITI-iION (Narrotr <'asge).
-'...-. fFoofc ot Mnrket Street)
PAROCHIAL SCHOOL
DESTROYED BY FIRE
'ST. LpUIS, Feb. I.— Sister Stanlslous, a
teacheri and Mary • Foley, {-si. . puplli' "lost
their lives as the result of; i flre^whtch
destroyed the Parochial -. Schppl^tjf/ St.
Lawrence • O'Toole's V parish, ¦¦.Fourteenth
and OlFalloh streets^, this- aftefripdn, ,it
Is feared others arei in the": ruins.', There
were 200 pupils and , twelve sisters :jri' the
School building, a . foUr-story . )gtructure,
when the flames broke but.: : : ~ -.'' 3-:°-.'
¦ When the first alarm of : nre. was, given
the teachers hastily marshaled their ¦ lit
tle charges and . marched . them j to the
streets. Sister. Stanlslous had got. all
those under her Immediate care to the
street except Mary Fole>\ arid before they
could escape they 'were overcome by
smoke. A fireman found the- two -bodies
on the fourth floor and carried them to the
open air. While awaiting an ambulance
to take them to the .'.-'City; Hospital : th©
two sufferers died...- : . . • ' : - .'.:;.. :'
' The cry of fire caused the. wildest alarm
among" the pupils and but for the cool
ness of the sisters and the help of Father
Brennan and two other .priests the re
sult of the panic might have been worse
than it was. Only a few children were
Injured;. ¦ • . '"' -.- .•: ' ¦.':'.' ¦
; "fte fire spread so rapidly that a gen
eral alarm was turned In, bringing every
engine in the city to the vicinity of the
fire. The fire Is supposed to have, orig
inated in the basement arid to have been
caused by an overheated furnace.- , ¦' ;
FIRE DESTRO YS GROCERY.
INDIANAPOLIS, Feb. I.— Fire which
broke put at 5 o'clock this ¦¦ afternoon .In
George W. Stout's wholesale grocery,
spread to adjoining buildings occupied by
Brlnkmeyer, Kuhn & C 0. ,: wh&lesale
grocers, and the Hendricks-Vance-.-Com
pany, causing a total loss . estimated a'
$350,000. :.-. ¦/. ¦¦ ¦/;¦?':¦ ."-,- ¦
Stout's loss will be about $139,000 on .stock
and about $20,000 on the : building. The
Kiefer loss was. by smoke and water,. also
that of Brlnkmeyer, Kuhn & Co^, and the
Ilendrlcks- Vance Company? ; The. loss Is
Insured for about 85 per cent, of its value.
¦- i i > "- : . '¦':'¦- ":.Z
Pacific Coast Pensions.
Special Dispatch to The Call.; •:.:- . :-...- '
WASHINGTON, Feb. l.^Pensldns have
been granted as follows:'. :y: y ..-. ;¦•';.. '¦'...
California— Original:;. Special January 22,
Henry: C. Small, Soldiers' Home., Los An
geles, J6; Lionel A. Sheldon,. Pasadena, IS<
Restoration arid lncreaso^Andrew. C.. Mc-
Cunly,- dead; Alameda, J3 tx> $12, ¦ Original
widows, etc.— Sarah :M. ;McGurdyy Ala
meda, js. •' : ¦¦ .-.. ..:. '. ;. ;'.--".•
Oregon— Original, widows— Special : ac
crued January 22, Jlary Adams, Portland,
$S.-' :¦- • ¦ '¦"¦'¦: -•¦ •¦¦¦- -• '¦-¦ : - :¦ V,ir ¦"¦¦-
Washington — Original wldbws-^Sp.eclal
accrued January 22, Charlotte Pa jTie, ML
Vernon; IS. •. .-•'-..¦ .-..-¦.•• •¦ : ':-- J .
••.¦... • » "' . .- ¦ -.•.¦¦•'¦ .'¦'-.
Population In 'Cuba.
WASHINGTON , Feb. i.-^The details by
provinces of the preliminary couhti of the
gross population of Cuba ha vie- been an
nounced by General J.- P.. Sanger, in
charge of the census takfngi as ; follows:
Pinar del Rio, 173.052; Havana. 424.811; Ma
tanzas, 202,462; Santfi Clara. 358.537: Puerto
Principe; 55.237; Santiago, 327 ,716;. total, 1,-
572,845,;.,. -¦ -. :. , ¦¦ g . . ? '.
Oil Exchange Opened.
•LOS ANGELES. Feb.il.^The South
California OH Exchange was opened here
this morning with grrat success;
een dliferent stocks were' listed.: nine of
which are dividend payers. The officers
are"- W. L. Hardison; president; R. -H.
Ilirrin vice president;: Louis Blanken
horn, treasurer, and R. AY. Poindexter,
secretary. \ -. ¦ „ • ; - '"•• .-"'', .-.
BA Y-WVStxyV cottage. 4 rooms, bath, -pantry,
hot and- .colil ' water; etatlonary: tubs. ¦ high
basement, brick .foundation, frtiit"tre<B. .:-nlce
flower garden: lot 63x135*, only *. blocks frcm
station, school. charch«s." st&res. 1 electric- car
line*;: price' ilaPO: only- $100. cash.- balance t17 : 50
P?r mnnth: take Borjje'le.y train, get xjft at Lo^--
rin Ptatum and ask for. RUDOLPH & PER-
KINS; office r-r>en Sundays.'. - ¦¦'¦•'. : .'- '¦•*;••**?->*
Itr.Al. ISTATE— CITV— FOR SALE.
tISOO— BARGAIN: large 1%-BtoryT bigh stoop,
bay-window cottag-e; vestibule 'entrance; bev-
*l*d plate glass double doors: handsomely
paneled 7-foot wide hat!. . with winding etair-
ca»e ar.d t»4-foot . newel post; partar 14x17.
waln*cctPd dining: room, 12x14; fitting room
SV^xH: wainscoted extenticn kitchen 10x11;
ceilings 12 foet bigb; \'enti!-itc.rs;. plaeter cor-
Rlce«: pantry, glass closet, etc. : t bedrooms
•cd bathroom tipftairt; 7-foot high cellar un-
der all. with doufcle-do^r entrance under bay:
lot lixltO. with a rustic Ftab'e .10x20 at end;
mai-r.!ncent view: all fcr $lS00; no agents. J.
W NEWTON, IBS :2th aye,. near X St.. Sun-
set «!:*trict, S block? Ircir. (Jolden.Gate Part.
BAT-"mNDOAV- ccttage, .6 rooms, bath,. .patitry;
• hot and -cold ! water, brick - foundation^ .-high
basement; only r -1 : ' block from- ptatlon'; . stores,
schorl 2 elet-trlt 1 <rar :lines; -prtce $l3s<y; only
JH«O cash, , taianc*. Jli 60 . per : pwn{h: take
Berkeley train; • gef off at'- Lorln Station-. '.arid
afk for' RUDOLPH £ iPERICINS;' affic* op*n.
Sundays. ':' .' '¦ ¦'¦¦':"- : '::•¦'[¦:¦.}•••']'¦ . '¦''? :„..¦ ¦¦;.."y"*" .
A HbME-S«na description, condition and loca-
.tlon; I will ;i and you .«• A, A" DENKB- 3r.«.
"-¦(400 *tt"<>l«>te> fL/Alarnedai ,:' : ' .' • ".'..." '¦¦¦ '¦ /'•*. '
AL AMBU A;• UEAt • ; KSf ATB.
ruVSICIAXS AND 6CRGBOX9.
/ : " :" " ' : PARALVPIS; " ~
/LL KERVOCS !>ISEASES;
• oseincATiON:
', HAHI> TUMORS:
ALT- AHN OHM AI, KNUIIGEMEN'TS;
KHn-JiATIFM IN' ALI, FOKMS;
SCROFULA., ECZEMA: DISEASES.
pOKSUMPTIQOt;
OLD f TANKING-- CHRONIC DISEASES.
¦-¦ Cur-a whfrc all other have failed,
- '-.-.; ''•¦'.. NO. DIU*GS: NO KNIFE!
Di^erent' from any other treatment.
¦R'rfte f . r rr-ferenceß. Consultation free.
DIl. L J. PTKATTON. EO7. f.OS and &C 9. Par-
rotX. (Cn-er the Em;>orium.)
DR..C C. ODONN ELL— Office and residence,
<-.Sta\k Market Bt., tet. Plith ond Berenth.
tims®ss&WM
VAN HALTREN TO
COACH CALIFORNIA
"•BERKELEY. Feb.' L— George, Van Hal
tiren, the well-kndwr^^baseball piay^f.'.has
been chosen to i coach the baseball I squad
of the ynlverslty of California.,- Van"; Hal
tren, who'ls'a resident, of Oakland.; has
played. baseball for many years,, and has
been a. member of nearly. all;' the. famous
teams. . His position ,ta that.; of ah,out
fielder 'though he hasa good reputation,
as a left-handed pitcher. He will take
charge of the college * candidates;-, ntxt
Monday. It will, be his duty to determine
the players for . the college team and - de
velop their play.. ; - : ' ' ;' ; ¦'}¦,¦': '-:. ¦ .¦¦,-.•: ¦¦' -'¦-
• : The • first game, of the season i.will be
played on the campus between theFlre
man's Fund and a picked team; The line
up will be as follows: Smith, catcher;
Kaarsberg, pitcher; - Hamlin. first; base;
Fuller,- second base; HunteK shortstop;
Braley, third base: Wolf; left- field ;> Me-
Keown,. center ..field: Meirl. right field.
FUUTOGUAI'HIC SLI'I'LIKS.
l-'OUTCHROME .paper, rich in, tone, easy to'
¦ work; low price; sample dozen 4x5 and devel-
cper mailed Jr«c. Oal. Camera Co.. 'ii Geary.
<"'OLEMAN buys clothing, bric-a-brat;, too!*.
carpeu, old geld: tend for him. X.r>6 Kearay.
HllmrriNE CO.. hair Fpecia!i»ts. prow hair
.- ?r no pay; book for Ftamp. 6 Eddy.st. j". -
WANTED— OId irold for manuf'K. O. NOLTE;
: jeweler. 54S O'Farrcll. bet. Powell and Mason,
STAMMERING rcrrected: booklet. J WIUTE-
. HOPwV. A.M.. l'h.D.. 1315 Linden. Oakland.
•T:OOa Eenicti. Snisnn, £Isi!n, Vccarllle,
. «¦»:? ¦ Rmnaeyand Uacnunento "X*t3r
•T:OOi Sfa»U Eiprci3— DiT!3, . WClowa,
:*-..: *-.. Red HuflT Portlacd.. ni-13*
•7i3»»4 Martlner,Slnnanion,VaUeJa N*p».
'• •¦'¦¦..-. CaliatcsaftDdSaot» Eosa. M:l3f
•8:3Oa The Overlin.l Llxf.etl— Ogden. Den-
: -' ; . ¦¦¦ ' ter, Oniaha. Ctlcax-*... •• •5«1.*1j
. * B tSO«Saii' Jose. Litermorp. .Stockton. .-:-
¦¦;¦ :•¦¦¦.••'. lone. . B»cr»mento. riaeerrlUa,
-• -¦ lUrjnlile, Chieo. ltetl ClufT *l«l3r
•»»a»» •Milton, Oakdale and 50n0ra....... ' •l:l."Sp.
•'jjOO* Bayvarcis. Nilesand Way HtaUons. f llj-l3*
. ««:O«a. Datle, Woodla-d, KnifiliU Landingi
' ' . *¦ SlarTsnilo.Uroiil]'?,.., -. •?s*3»
•!»:OO» Atiastlo lipresa— Osden and East •«: »3*
•O:«u* Mattibex, Tricy, LaUtrop, Btocktoo.
-.- MctcUasd I renao •I*il3»
•Vi«O a Pert CosU. l-'r-suo. -MujaTo and I.o»
:=: =- ' ." •¦• Angelrs.....* --...;........; •«»43»
• I O:O»* Vallcjo. Maitine* and Way Stations *8:15f
•1 1:00 \ Hay wards. Xiics aril Way Stations, **titS»
•I2iOU« HUes, LJTennore. Stoclltpn, Sacra- ¦. ¦-
• ' .- .';• -, - »M»to, MenUota. Haaf cxd, V Uaiia,
i : : *- ¦ Pottcrflllo...... *. Mili»|
'. - fliOOpSacranicntol.'lftrStefimers. ...¦ t"*:OOF
•8:OOp Haywarda. Miles and Way Stations. •»« I3r
' .*»<o«r M»rtruer. f«u lUmon, Vallajo,
: -¦'¦;;:.¦.-- Napa,- Callnton*, Hanta Rosa •»i! 3*
-¦ »lrO«r Betiicia. ¦' VacaTtOe, Baerauiento^
¦...*....-.¦ WooiUand, KulitiU "Landing.
.¦¦•-'•-: MarysiUln, Oro*il!o. •l«:l!»»
MiSOv Ntlesn Han Joaeand Stockton »7i13»
• »3i««rTh«« Owl Llniited^Tracy, Fresno^ .-¦:¦¦
;.•-.....:: BakenQeld. Haagns for banta- Car-
:'.:: '¦ '¦¦ ¦*• ' bar*, Los Angeles..:... *1«»43a
«3:«0r But set Lisplted^-El Paso. Sew Or-
'". . : • .--.-• lea-ns and East ..:...„
2 *3iaop Stockton. Merced. Tresno *12t13#
: •s:"iu? Vteauo, lUkerslVel.l, MaiiU Tlwrhaxa,. ¦ -
:.'.•:--:¦¦., -Los- Angeles, Denting* Et Pirn,
:. . '.: - New Orleans and East. »9»«a
' *3iS«P Santa- I'j Koute— Atlkullo Expiws
¦".'•:• •• for MojaTs aud East..,.. ?.. 'Wsf
•otOopHa;wardS,2»UesandUan Jase •7i4:»a
tSi3or Vat!e]0 .,....;..................,... .Mail.ip
•Ci3«»p Oriental Mail— Ojden snd East ..... 'Sifl**
! liiOOr.VaUejo.-l-oii Costa- and Way 6U-
tiona..... t»**»»
•StOSp Oregon and Calif orsia CxtveasHa^. -•...'-.
' ' ¦.¦¦:.¦.¦'. rntneuto. Marjsviiie, ReiMliiß.
'¦¦'"¦ ' rottlnml. Tuct St>iind and Ka»» *^i|3A
L.EADINQ th»^.tr!ca! and masquerade cos-
. turners: make-up and wlps: country orders so-
licited. GOLDSTEIN & -CO.. T33 Market St. :
' I'EUSO\ALS. . . .; ¦ .
EI-F.CTRIC lights; In every room; Winchester
. .H'Jtel, t4 Third «.. near MarUet: 100 rooms:
2f>c to tl M t-er night;. U L 0 to 15 per* wpfk ;
free 'bus and baggage to ar.d from the\ ferry.
SPECIAX •-.. ypTICES."
ROOMS'-* pajf)er*a* froni. -. JJf ' .whitened. $1 " op;
• r>4i.ntirig .done'..; : .Hartaiai)-, Paint; Co-.-, SlS.TIiTrd.
BAO. fepajn-t* Vjected- for- J4;--c6nect!rins made;:
clty.ot country. PACIFIC COLLECTION CO,.
. 415 .Montgomery 'st,V ' rooms' 9-10 ; tel. : t520. . ,- -. ¦
THE, SA'^ FRANGISCO GALL, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY: 2, 1900.
fast. Hlmtlme, Fleuron and Fre© Lady
were. the. winning favorites, \ ;. . ... • °
Charley Kldd. the •. steeplechase -JQclwy.
while schooLlng Atlantus-thls rHofmHg-.ietl
et= the water, jump and y fractured his
Bkull. . He 13 unconscious to-night and his
condition Is critical.. • Results; >./ ..=• : .. '•
'Six . furlohKSr— Hlnitlme' won] • Belle -:ot -Me-mr
phis second. Sallie J third.-- Time.: 1:1SH-- - '•
Se%-en ' furiongs-^Fleuron won; . PoUy ;I3lxDy; I31xDy
second, ; Dr. Fannie third; * Tlrne, I:2S,V4:>;*
' Four furlongs,- two-year-plds— Bylo.won. Buda
second, ' Moses third.' Time,- :43. • • ¦•'¦•.-••.
. .Six > and: a half furlongs, handjcaph-Turney
worj, "Diana -Fonso second, Ale'r-^ third. i'-.Ttme,
i:2iw .- ••--.• ,•. . " :-.'-.:, ,'.•"•••¦ -.:••.¦."• "¦•
5 Mtle and an elgiith.' seltJns— Rushfields won.
Pat Garret second,. Freak third. 'Time. 1.:E6H.; : ,
¦ One.mlle, 'sellinK— 'Free Lady- won. * Jim Con*
way second, . Wild Tartar • third.-. "J-Time-i 1:42.-'.
15«ts — Fr.c\t DiC3.-ißsa 13. 1339. — AX.irr»
SISWJKC ; ,M A.CHIXES A > U; St I'I'LIKS.
RS^TET>;;--;r«Wfe^,,-- ibou'jin.tl-.WoWii bou'jin.tI-.WoWi itiachln'e- wp-
V plicfc;. gtajidar di ; "Apency44S -6th ;.-phenfi MJnt; 41.
ALL kthd«-:bought, : e*)l4i : exchaiigedi rfnted; : rßr
pairing '.. at- l'owett-. fateg.:' •; 2QS Fourth : ..»t.-- '• - ".'."•
:=: = ISTpkAGB. AAO :AVAHIiH^t'sES.: AVAHliH^t'sES. ;.: :
PIEHCEiROnOtLPf? etorsgf. and- Moving Co.
Otfi*^e. 401--^6Bt et.u':&)t:.-. Powell* tel;:ilain;s7a.
BERKELEY ADVERTISEMENTS
OAKLAND iDYERTISEMENTSi
OFFICE—^O3: -IS ROADWAY
PAYING grocery 6tore; doing «:flne..bu3lnee»j
grain and ccal: good reason for selling. ; Ev\E.-
. BUNCE. MS Broadway. Oakland., ..•¦; '^yV:-,
OAKL.4JVD FUUMSUEU H#Mg. y
FRANKLIN, 1427— Suhny • rppmsi newly ffuri
nished; near te narrow gauge. ¦-..,;..': ¦¦ : .';;-.- : -.V*'- ¦
UAkU.NI) tL'II.MTIJRK FOR BALK.
AN Introduction to you from H. Scbellhaas.tho
furmlture dealer. 11th and Franktln. Oakland.
ISilo* Ocean View. South Han Francisco. . 1 U:a«?
•7iOO* San Jose ami Way Stations (New
.- . Almadcii V.-e t lnmiUjsonly).»...,. *1:SOT
;«»r««A Ban Jose. Traa l'iuoa, HaitU Cmi. .
•"'¦*::¦. .- - ¦¦ r«cllic t»ro»e. I'asn Itubles, Kan
r - '¦'.' I .ul» GMiipo. Smf, Lompoc ami -
rrii;clr»t War Statlous Mil«r
•I «i l»» B»u Joes nn I Way .Stations '0:.t.1*
•lIiSOa Baa Jose ami W»jr iitatloiM *SiUOr
¦ji%i4Sr Bin Matfo, ltedwood, Menio Paik; ..:. ;..
' Falo Alto. SanU Clara, ban .)o««.
¦ f Ties Flaw, Sane* Cruz. Balinaa,
. Monterey and l'acilic (IroTa t!0:3«*.
"»»:S*lr fan .Io«« ami Way Statfous ........ •~:3Or
41il3pSaaJoiaaqdPrincipal Way Statlom ••MSi
45:00p San Jose and PrindpatWa7SUtioßS ?U:»nu
*3:30p San Jose amt Principal Way Statlocs *M:X»*
•0:30r Ban Joas and Way 5tati0n5......... tH:O«U
|lIHSr San Josoand Way Stations ...i *?:Mf
MAREIAGE LICENSES." /.;
Marriage licenses have been issued as follows:'
Giovanni Cleone, 33.. Redding, and • Angela
Gotelli. 23. city. - .- * ¦•••. ¦-•:.'.
John J. Ross. 29. city, and Kathryn F. • Gor-
xr.BSi. 22. SauFalito. . . •-¦'¦: , : :.- "'•
Domir.lc E. Campbell, £5. 517 Elizabeth stre-et,.
and Nellie E. McCann. 20, 5 Madis'nn avenue. •
Henry H. RosenlhaU 25. 2Ss6 'Mission street,
and Amelie' Meyer; 25, 1115 Turk gtreet. -.
Jose Machado. 29. 116 Jackton street, and
Rosalena A. Llmas. 30. 116 Jackson street; ;.• ,
Calvin O. McCartney. 25. 1210 Howard street,-
and Cora A- Dean. 2L 1210 Howard street. -
Philip H. Schonlg. 26. 1713 Scott street, and
Martha Taylcr, 23. city. •- '•• ¦ ¦='. ' •'¦' •'
Natal(? F.. Carpignano, . J", 71 Water, street,
and Adelaide .. Brtzzolara. .17. 600 Francisco.
BIRTHS— MARRIAGES— DEATHS,
bobn.. •.'. '¦ . ;.;¦: '
CHRISTOPHER— In Golden Gate. January. M,
•' U<oo. to the wife of. J. M. Christopher, a san> •
WESOLO— In this city. January 14, 1900. to the
wife of A. Wesolo. a daughter. : : ': ¦• ' •'¦
-. Leave I Arrlv*
Ban Francisco. In Effect San Francisco.
, October 15. 1 ¦
Week I Sun- 1899. Sun- I Weeli
Days. ( days. | Destination, days. [ Days.'
7:30 am! B:Coam Norato, • 10:40 ami 8:40 ant
8:30 pml 9:30 am Petaluma. 6:05 pm 10:25 am
5:10 pm! 5:00 pm Santa Rosa. 7:& pm[ 4:2- pm
7:30 ami 8:00 amf SebastopoU 110:40 am 10:23 am
3:30 pm| 5:00 pm|. ¦¦'. | 7:35 pm 6:22 pm
THE CALL'S RACI NG GH ART.
(Copyright. 1900, by H. H. Egbert.)
OAKLAND RACETRACK, Thursday. '.February 1. 1900.— Weather fine. Track, fast.
Stagea connect at Santa Rosa for Mark West
Springs and White Sulphur Spring*; at Lytton
for Lytton Sprlnirs; at Geyservllle for Skaggs
Springs; at Cloverdal* for the Geysers: at Hop-
land for Duncan Springs. Highland Springs,
Kelteyvllle. Carlsbad Springs, Soda Bay. Lake-
port and Bartlett Springs; at Uktah for Vichy
Springs, Saratoga Springs. Blue Lakes. Lauoel
Dell Lake. Witter Springs. Upper Lake. Porno.
Potter Valley. John Day's. Riverside. Llerleys.
Bucknell's, Sanhedrin Heights. HuUvHlej_Orr'»
Hot Springs. Mendodno City. Fort . Bragg,
Westport, Usal. Wllllts. Laytonvllle. Cum-
mlngs's. Bell's Springs. Hxrrla, Olson's. Dyer.
bi.ti.t and Eureka. •-...-
: Saturday to Monday round, trip tickets at re-
duced rates. : "-.' -. . . • ¦ '
On Sunday round trip tickets to all points
beyond. San Rafael at half rates. - • -
- Ticket offices. 6SO Market St.. Cnronlcla bids;.
H. C- WHITINO. H. X. RTA.V.
. . General Manager. Gen. Pass.. Agent.
71H. FIRST. RACE—FIve. furlongs; selling; maiden fillies; three-yrar-olds; purse,. $300.
ARRIVED.
' ' Thursday, February t,
Stmr Gipsy. Leland, 34 hours from Monterey
'and way ports. : •
Br ship Lyaton, James, 143 days from New
castle, Enzland. 1 J" . „_.
Schr Nettle Low, Low, 5 hoars from Point
ReyC "" DOMESTIC PORTS.
NEWPORT <B)— Sailed Feb I— Stmr Aberdeen,
for Sr»n Francisco.
Arrived Feb' I—Stmr1 — Stmr Homer, hence Jan JO.
SAN PEDRO— Arrived Feb 1— Stmr Grace
Dollar, hence Jan 2S.
COOS BAT— Launched Feb 1. at > p m— Stmr
Santa Ana.
ASTORlA— Arrived Feb I— Btmr Geo W Elder.
Sailed Feb i— Ger bark Magdalene, for LJver-
DlEGO— Arrived Feb I— Stmr Laguna.
from Eureka. V
BOW ENS LANDING— SaiIed Feb I— Schr
Corinthian, for San Francisco.
GREENWOOD— SaiIed Feb I— Stmr Whltes
boro. for Port Los Angeles
ALBlON— Balled Feb I— Schr Newark, for San
FORT BRAGG— Sailed Feb I— Stmr Noyo. for
Ban Francisco.
EASTERN PORT.
NEW YORK— Arrived Jan 31— Br stmr Athos,
'sailed Jan 31— Stmr Finance, for Colon. .
FOREIGN PORTS. . ? - r
BARROW— Arrived Jan 29— Br shlo Dur
bridge. from Oregon.
PORT NATAL— Arrived— Br bark Pewys Cas-
CUXHAVEN- Passed Jan 23— Br ship Many
down from Hamburg, for San Francisco.
LIVERPOOL— SaiIed Jan Sl— Br shlp.lmber
horn for Victoria. .'
¦SANTA ROSALIA-Salled Jan 27-Shlp Ser-
V NAN AIMO— Arrived Feb I— Haw stmr San
Mat eo. from Port Los Angeles: bark Onaway.
from Honolulu:
OCEAN STEAMERS. ,
NAPLES— Arrived Feb I— Stmr " Ems. from
New York, for Genoa, and proceeded. .
ROTTERDAM— SaiIed Feb I— Stmr Werken
(sam. for New York:
HENRY J GALLAGHER CO..'
(Successors to Flannagan &- Gallagher),
FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMUALMEKS.
10 Fifth ft., opposite Lincoln School.
Telephone South W>. •
11
ndgx. •; -Horse. • -.Weight;! St-
.-701 Bandera ....1...;.-. .117 2; ;
.711 • IsallrieU. .-,.y.. ;..:.. -.lit 6
»i • Corolla •...,-.;., H2 3 .
70ft- *Yee Pass if*V'Hi l"•
711' Red Cbeny •>.:«-. r-rJH !¦
699 Fiile dOr .;..:. 103 4
' 6"S ' N«ttle Clark ;117; 117 7 -
661 Ihn.nlty ...... -i."-.-105 5
639 M155Vera. .......... -.112 11 •
70«: Mildred Hughe5..,. .117 9 : •
7M E«rrita-. ....... ,..••••..117 M •
. %m- .
:. -Mm; '
4h..
• 1. 1 ¦
. «.%j •
2 h.
• 7 1-..
• ¦ .8 % .
.. 5 2:
SI
:n
91 ¦ .
10 t
%m-.
22 ¦
1.2
..'72"
. 2h.
. 6V4" .
. 8.V4-
5 1 ¦
. 4 h
U •
. -91
10 2
¦ :Ptr.-
Fin.
1 n
22
"82.
.41 •.
6 1
6 h
¦ TH-
8 3
9 5
1012
11
• • • ' Bett
\- - JocTteyg.; [pp..
pigKpu ......;. 2
E. Jones 3
Hullnian ....„ 4
Kiley 15
J. W00d5...... 2i)
E. Ross;. 15
Morgan ....... ' 25
Jenkins .7
Helnson 30
T. Walsh 4
Devln ..- 30
tine.
Cl.
3
4
7-2
12
20
15
SO
7
80
8
100
ridex. .Home. r.Welght.lSt.
625 Erwin ..,...•• J2J *j
717 Bathos •:••'}«' J
613 Mortgage .. i .....;....-102 2
711 J. V. Haye». ...... .10. «
664 The Echo "2 \
690 Rlxford. , '•••••• 4 :xl ?
615 Mountebank •'•I<H 5
2 h
im
3 2
' 4 h
7 :•
' 5 h
6 4
. 2M-
1 8-
8 h
4 h .
7 :.
6 1
5 1
ran.
2 2.
1 n ¦
¦32 ¦
.4 1
6 t
5 1
7 -
air. .
. 1 h
2 2"
3 2
4 1
6 2
6.5
_7 ¦_
r-in: \ JOCKeya. |up.
J 1 • Jenkins ....... 1-J'
¦ 2 h . E. Jones 5
312 Henry... 8
4\% Bullmaji ...... 25'
5 2 T. Walsh 100
'63 Ranch 40
7 E. Ross | 10
1-4
7
20
4)
100
10.)
20
ndex. none.:A.g6.. Weight. lSt._
(CSt) Topmast, 8. ...... .•••!« *
>709 Tempo.' 6 • : ""-"iiS i
C 707) Ootobed. . 5. • • }»? \ . •
690 BtuttKart, «.......-..:..iw *
%m.
In
2 2
3 n
_J4m.
11-
1 H
4
3 n
i. %m
3 2
. ¦ J 1
2 h
«
l. '
Str.
1 1
2 H
3 1
_4^
Fin.
1 2
2 n
3 2
4
I Jpckeyg. |Qp.
Ppencer 4-5
Henry. .. 20
. Jenkins 3-2
Bullman 7
3-4
S3
8-5
10
liAg^J^£!1 iAg^J^£!- ght - |St - Ur n -: Hm - %m -
(^8) nendoran.^ 5 .--.;. •-!" 2 1 2 1 2 12
697 Roßormonde, 5 110 1 • J IVj 3 2 3 4
686 Lothian. 4 ......A..108 5 6 . 6
(689) Cormorant. 4 ••— -}°2 « .|j .*J <?
686 The Fretter. 4......10. 3 2 4 2 4 2h
•66* New Moon, a 82 < 4 H . 5 4 6
Str.
1 2
2 3
4 2
3 n
5 8
6
Fin.
1 n
2 3
S 1
4 2
5 8
\ 8
| Jockeys. |Op.
Spencer I 415
• Jenkins 4
Henry 8
E. Ross 10
EL Jones.: 9-2
J. T. Woods.. 60
X-4
6
8
20
9-2
.100
"ndex. Horge. Age. Weight. |St. %m. Hm. - %m. Str.
"Tii JinKfe"jTn"gle 4.;. ..102 112 12 14 14
7fiB imDerious, 5 110 ' 6V4 3 h 81 an
6§2 Ma P ry r .KlnseHa. 6...105 8 .7 » 6 1 616 1
Now Vcli 6---W 3 • *h •9H 9 1 6H
£i :^^-4 4 .;:::-::::::iwi' . 5S : «5 .II 4
SS Mnf°Rlce.a 107 10 92 - 3H 7h 10
Fin, l Jockey. [Op. cT
14 T. Wa15h...... 7^ g
2 1 E. Jonea 4 11-»
3 I Vitt«oe 'io ' 8
'4 2 ¦ Bullman ...... 4 5
5 3 Jenkins s 9-2
6 h E. Ross 30 20
7 S Henry 20 60
8 2 Spencer 8-5 J
9 8 Conley g 20
10 Morse 20 100
Index. ~Hor»e. Weight. [St. Km. Urn. %m.- Str. Fin. | Jockey. !<>P-__g.
"693 Southern Girl 105*1 ... 12 1~2 - 1 2 12 Buliman: 44 IMJ
(694) Tuthlll ......108 2 ... 6 .66 2h 2 1 Vtttltoe ....... 5 9-2
(701) Kedwald '....110 4 ... 2h -2n 3h 32 Spencer 8 10
696 Gundara 103 6 ... 53 4 U 520 4h iHcnry ?..„... 60 ioo
6SO Alice DouKherty....lo9 3 • ... 3« 3 2 4^4 620 jJenklns ....... 8-5 2
711 Bagdad 105 5 ... >S 1 6 6 6 |Morse 60 100
ndgx. •; -Horse. • -.Weight;! St-
.-701 Bandera ....1...;.-. .117 2; ;
.711 • IsallrieU. .-,.y.. ;..:.. -.lit 6
»i • Corolla •...,-.;., H2 3 .
70ft- *Yee Pass if*V'Hi l"•
711' Red Cbeny •>.:«-. r-rJH !¦
699 Fiile dOr .;..:. 103 4
' 6"S ' N«ttle Clark ;117; 117 7 -
661 Ihn.nlty ...... -i."-.-105 5
639 M155Vera. .......... -.112 11 •
70«: Mildred Hughe5..,. .117 9 : •
7M E«rrita-. ....... ,..••••..117 M •
. %m- .
:. -Mm; '
4h..
• 1. 1 ¦
. «.%j •
2 h.
• 7 1-..
• ¦ .8 % .
.. 5 2:
SI
:n
91 ¦ .
10 t
%m-.
22 ¦
1.2
..'72"
. 2h.
. 6V4" .
. 8.V4-
5 1 ¦
. 4 h
U •
. -91
10 2
¦ :Ptr.-
Fin.
1 n
22
"82.
.41 •.
6 1
6 h
¦ TH-
8 3
9 5
1012
11
• • • ' Bett
\- - JocTteyg.; [pp..
pigKpu ......;. 2
E. Jones 3
Hullnian ....„ 4
Kiley 15
J. W00d5...... 2i)
E. Ross;. 15
Morgan ....... ' 25
Jenkins .7
Helnson 30
T. Walsh 4
Devln ..- 30
tine.
Cl.
3
4
7-2
12
20
15
SO
7
80
8
100
ridex. .Home. r.Welght.lSt.
625 Erwin ..,...•• J2J *j
717 Bathos •:••'}«' J
613 Mortgage .. i .....;....-102 2
711 J. V. Haye». ...... .10. «
664 The Echo "2 \
690 Rlxford. , '•••••• 4 :xl ?
615 Mountebank •'•I<H 5
2 h
im
3 2
' 4 h
7 :•
' 5 h
6 4
. 2M-
1 8-
8 h
4 h .
7 :.
6 1
5 1
ran.
2 2.
1 n ¦
¦32 ¦
.4 1
6 t
5 1
7 -
air. .
. 1 h
2 2"
3 2
4 1
6 2
6.5
_7 ¦_
r-in: \ JOCKeya. |up.
J 1 • Jenkins ....... 1-J'
¦ 2 h . E. Jones 5
312 Henry... 8
4\% Bullmaji ...... 25'
5 2 T. Walsh 100
'63 Ranch 40
7 E. Ross | 10
1-4
7
20
4)
100
10.)
20
ndex. none.:A.g6.. Weight. lSt._
(CSt) Topmast, 8. ...... .•••!« *
>709 Tempo.' 6 • : ""-"iiS i
C 707) Ootobed. . 5. • • }»? \ . •
690 BtuttKart, «.......-..:..iw *
%m.
In
2 2
3 n
_J4m.
11-
1 H
4
3 n
i. %m
3 2
. ¦ J 1
2 h
«
l. '
Str.
1 1
2 H
3 1
_4^
Fin.
1 2
2 n
3 2
4
I Jpckeyg. |Qp.
Ppencer 4-5
Henry. .. 20
. Jenkins 3-2
Bullman 7
3-4
S3
8-5
10
liAg^J^£!1 iAg^J^£!- ght - |St - Ur n -: Hm - %m -
(^8) nendoran.^ 5 .--.;. •-!" 2 1 2 1 2 12
697 Roßormonde, 5 110 1 • J IVj 3 2 3 4
686 Lothian. 4 ......A..108 5 6 . 6
(689) Cormorant. 4 ••— -}°2 « .|j .*J <?
686 The Fretter. 4......10. 3 2 4 2 4 2h
•66* New Moon, a 82 < 4 H . 5 4 6
Str.
1 2
2 3
4 2
3 n
5 8
6
Fin.
1 n
2 3
S 1
4 2
5 8
\ 8
| Jockeys. |Op.
Spencer I 415
• Jenkins 4
Henry 8
E. Ross 10
EL Jones.: 9-2
J. T. Woods.. 60
X-4
6
8
20
9-2
.100
"ndex. Horge. Age. Weight. |St. %m. Hm. - %m. Str.
"Tii JinKfe"jTn"gle 4.;. ..102 112 12 14 14
7fiB imDerious, 5 110 ' 6V4 3 h 81 an
6§2 Ma P ry r .KlnseHa. 6...105 8 .7 » 6 1 616 1
Now Vcli 6---W 3 • *h •9H 9 1 6H
£i :^^-4 4 .;:::-::::::iwi' . 5S : «5 .II 4
SS Mnf°Rlce.a 107 10 92 - 3H 7h 10
Fin, l Jockey. [Op. cT
14 T. Wa15h...... 7^ g
2 1 E. Jonea 4 11-»
3 I Vitt«oe 'io ' 8
'4 2 ¦ Bullman ...... 4 5
5 3 Jenkins s 9-2
6 h E. Ross 30 20
7 S Henry 20 60
8 2 Spencer 8-5 J
9 8 Conley g 20
10 Morse 20 100
Index. ~Hor»e. Weight. [St. Km. Urn. %m.- Str. Fin. | Jockey. !<>P-__g.
"693 Southern Girl 105*1 ... 12 1~2 - 1 2 12 Buliman: 44 IMJ
(694) Tuthlll ......108 2 ... 6 .66 2h 2 1 Vtttltoe ....... 5 9-2
(701) Kedwald '....110 4 ... 2h -2n 3h 32 Spencer 8 10
696 Gundara 103 6 ... 53 4 U 520 4h iHcnry ?..„... 60 ioo
6SO Alice DouKherty....lo9 3 • ... 3« 3 2 4^4 620 jJenklns ....... 8-5 2
711 Bagdad 105 5 ... >S 1 6 6 6 |Morse 60 100

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