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BAD tenants ejected for J4: oollectlons made
city or country. PACIFIC COLLECTION CO.
41K M^nfeomTT i»t.. rooTnn J>-lfl: t»l. ESW.
BPKCIAL .NOTICES.
OFFICE of the Wlttram Propeller Company
¦••111 hereafter be located at Z:« Market st.,
room 1». F. WITTRAM JR.. Secy.
LADIES — Chlchester's Endlsh Pennyroyal Pills
are the beet; safe, reliable; take no other;
»end 4c ttainps for particulars. "Relief for
Ladies." In letter by return mall; at drug;-
Cists. Chlchester Cneinlca.! Co.. Phlladel.. Pa.
11CK)MS -puj-wred, from J3; whitened. Jl up;
painting: done Hartman Paint Ca, 311 Third.
President Klein Is Coming.
Prcslflent "William Klein ' of .th« Brlck
layere and Masons' International Union
Is on his way htre from New York City.
He Is expected to arrive on next
Sunday. The differences existing here
tofore between the International Union
and the local Building- Trades Council
over the alleged employment of "ecab"
workmen will be submitted to President
Klein for adjustment.
NORTH PACIFIC COAST RAILROAD.
Via Snusalttn Ferry.
Coamencinz October 1. I*l9.
FROM BAN FRANCISCO TO MILL VALJLST
AND SAN RAFAEL.
VTEKK DATS— *7:OQ. '9:30. U:M a. m.; *l:tit
*t:4O. 6:15. «:CO. <:30 c. m.
EXTRA TRIPS— For Mill VaUey and San Ra-
fael, on Mondays. Wednesday* and g&turaty*.
at 1:00 and 11:10 d. m.
EUNDAT&— ; i:CO. •li): 00. *ll::W a- cv; 1:13.
1. 15. *4:45. i:3O. «:0O p. m.
Trains marked «•) run to San Qnentlo.
FROM SAN RAFAEL TO SAN FRANCISCO*.
WEEK DAYS— S:2S. •<:& 1:45. "9:4 a a- m. ;
•U:SO. 2:15. M:4O. *S:U p. m.
EXTRA TRIPS oij Mondays. Wednesdays a.04
eaturdaya at (:40 and 10:15 p- m.
BUNDATa-«:20. *1Q:00. «U:45 a. sa.;
•1:40. *J:l5. 4:45. •*:» p. m.
Trains marked (*> start from San Ca-ntia.
FROM MILL VALLEY TO SAN ""RANCISCOt
WEEK DAY&-5:43. 6:45. 7:55. B:tS a. a. ;
12:55. t:JS. »:4S. ':!0 O- m.
EXTRA TRIPS on Mondays. Wednesdays aott
Saturdays at 7:00 and 10:20 o. m.
SUNDAYS— I:O6. 10:05 a. m.: 12:05. 2:13. 1:30.
•:00. «:<S D. m;
THROUGH TRAINS.
IM a. m. week days— Cazadero and way station*.
1:40 p. m. Saturdays— Tomales and way statlona.
FRANKLIN. 21 (Newport Huuse) — Sunny roomi;
tay windows: run. water; eras; |l :s to J2 M.
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
GRAND HOTEL
W M Smith. Biggs
A H Horton. Beckwith
W H Meade & w. Or
H B Clark, Florin
B P Clark. Florin
G Ohren, Stockton
C Siegfried. San Jose
C J Coetello, Tampa
J O Snyder, Portland
V D Cralr. Cal
W A Brown. Cal
Mrs L D I>a* ls. Omaha
1 A L Kelsall. Seattle
T E Williams. Wlnnpg
S Davis. Salt Lake
J S Mclntosh & w. Mo
W E I<antry & w. Mo
Miss X Lillls. Mo
J Broderick, Mo
L. J Evans, Napa.
A C Presley. Cal
Mlpe F L Mitchell, Cal
Mrs O Messner, Cal
J T Walden. Fretno
H P Reed. Los Angr
G J Owens. Cal
G B McKee, San Jose
S H Wagener, Sn Jose
C Hocgr. San Jose
D Emery & w, Bta Crx
J F Grace. Sta Rosa
J V Shephard, N V
J W Glenn. Stockton -
G H Noyes & w, Cal
C G Berg & w, Cal
L G«rhard. Stockton*
J B Richardson. Cal
Dr W O Downing Cal
E Anderson. Cal
A J Larson. Cal
Mrs A Nickolas, Cal
Rev P E Hyland, Cal
J F Green. Seattle
ft Tennant & w. Colusa
J A Barr. Rochester
W G Hovey. S Cruz
Mrs O X Rider, Sacto
C Teaarue. Fresno
J A Taylor. Rochester
Dr J J Kempe, N V
i L Cllne. N'apa
I M A Martin. Deadwood
G G Towle &.w. Towle
G H Culver & W 111
0 B Stiles. Oal
R L Hunter & w Ca!
T M Smith. Jackson
M W Gil martin, N V
C E Felton. Portsmtb.
E Whlpple, Decoto
J R Alken. Decoto
H G Church, Chicago
W J Lorlng, An*rlß
H M Hanaford. Chlca*
Mrs C H Gordon Lodl
A C Butler, Cal
W L Leland, Slsson
M J Wright. Sacto
H J Seymour, Sacto
Mrs Pacheco. Sacto
Miss Pachoco, Sacto
B T Kirk & w S Jose
E E Lonjr. Cal
PALACE HOTEL
C M Hamilton. N V
Miss P. Buckman
M Buckman
L B Butler
Mrs L B Butler
Mrs A E Montgomery
Miss Montgomery
Mrs B T Underhill
P C Rand
Mrs P C Rand
Mrs H P Smith
Raymond Excursion
F A Vitchey, Portland
Mrs F A Vitchey, Ptld!
D L Werthelmer. Nev j
F W Bullock. Chicago!
Mrs J R Harney. Chgoi
G Van S. Harney, Chg
A Guedalla. N V
Mrs A Guedalla. N T
A S J-anin. Chco
Mrs A S Lanin. Chgo
H B McQueen, N V
A Townsend. . Denver
H Hahn. Chgo
Mrs H Hahn. Chro
G W Molson, Montreal
Mrs W. Molson. Mon
treal
L S Rosenblatt. Ptlaud
T A Corneal, Oakland
P F Kelly, Seattle
B P Barker, Livermora
R B Wallace. Montana
F Kusel. Sacto
W J Wiley, Cal
B M Btlebel, N V
Mrs H M Stlebel. N T
Ma "t*r H StlebeL N V
W E Lewis, N V
O E Dunham. N T
KB Springs. Nevada
T F Carroll, Providence
Miss Clarke. Provldeno
W v Brown. Cleveland
Mrs W W Brown. Ohio
Mrs R J Slebert. Ohio
?/ D^ F Ea »ton. Cal
Mrs D E F Easton, ual
E O Manasse. Napa
Mrs E O Mananse Nno
O W Gray. Cheo
Mrs E A Small, Chgo
J H Moore, Chgo
Mrs J H Moore. Chro
Miss Moore, Chw>
Mrs W It Wygatt Oh*
Dr F W Pieromut. Cal
Mrs T B Rlcker. Carsn
C B Rexford. Ch*o
T B Rlcker. Carson
NEW WEST
P C Mayf ord, N T
T Acever. B C
I King. San Jo*e
I A Horn, Fresno
H Carter. Valleio
3 H Davl«. Vallejo .
W L Tayt. Vallejo
H Brcwn, Vallejo
0 Jones, London
D Burrows, Boston
ERN HOTEL.
J Murtha, Chicago
r Rueger, Benlda
L M Reppy, Red Bluff
B W Rlack. Stockton
W H Patterson. Modest
D H Eastbrook, S Jose
W W Sutcllffe, La """
T A' Collins. Pa
\J W Sutcliffe, Pa
•D C Bristow, Portland
ItOOMS TO LET — lorn, and L'nfnrn.
X^BKUXSwicK*lsoi-SE, US Sixtb — Rooms
£r.c to »1 per night; Jl 25 to JS per week, and
lljrht housf keeping ; open all night
MARRIED.
HOLT-HAWPTMAN-In this city. February
11 1300. by the Rev. Dr. John A. B. Wilson.
Bert Rector Holt of San Francisco and Mrs.
Minnie Hawptman of Oakland.
HUSTED— PARKER— In this city, February 14,
1900. by the Rev. Dr. John A. B. Wilson. Rob-
ert Lee Husted of San Francisco and Mabelle
Gertrude Parker of Chlco. Cal.
HORGAN— PRESCOTT— In Oakland, February
11. IiOO, by Rev. Father Serda, Harold J. Hor-
cr-n of San Francisco and Ida M. Prescott of
Oakland.
ROBINSON— ELDRED— In this city, February
10. IiOO. by the Rev. Dr. John A. B. Wilson.
Arthur Klijah Robinson of San Francisco and
Ora Caroline Eldred of Big Pine. Cal.
WINTER— CARTER— In Loe Angeles. January
13, 1900. Mortimer J. Winter and Ella Cath-
erine Carter.
BIRTHS-MARRIAGES-DEATHS,
Birth, marriage and death notices sent by
mall will not be Inserted. They must be handed
in at either of the publication offices and be
indorsed with the name and residence of per-
eous authorised to have the game published.
BORN.
LORENZEN — In this city. February 13. 1900. to
the wife of Thomas Lorenzen, a daughter.
TIFFIN— In this city. January 11, 1900, to the
wife of William J. Tiffin, a son.
HARRISON, 731 — ( rooms fumlehed completa
for housekeeping. lan-f yard, b&th; rent $16.
HTDE. 7. near City Hall-Front suit with or
without kitchen; also single room. J6; cheap.
LEA VKN"WORTIT 2» — fnfurnißhed front
rooms for housekeeping; American family;
adults.
COAST limsiltf (Rroadttiuge).
(Thlnl and Townseml iStO
MAERIAGE LICENSES.
Marriage licenses have been Issued aa follows.
Jacob Lewis. 26. 423 Bryant street, and Hae
Michael. 21. 727 McAllister street.
George \V. Hobart. 28. city, and Lizzie E.
Friedel. 25. city. „ I*T
Arthur Bachman. 31. city, and Amy R. Ehr-
man. 21. city. .
James J. Parodl. 21. 818 Sansorae street, and
JoMe Moreel. 17. 15 Jasper place.
Charts F. Tretheway. 20. Alameda, and Ed-
na Bishop. IS, Oakland.
Zacharias ZleKler, i^, B« Second street, and
Bertha Kuhn, 43, 621 Second 6treet.
John Granella. 41. city, and Rosa Gulnasso.
Claude Ree*. 22, 14S Sixth street, and A. Laura
Tatton. 23. 14? Sixth street. "
Charlie W. Scott. 22. Danville, and Tlllle
Stark, 21. Danville.
Robert L. HuFteri. 22. 730 O'Farrell street.
and MabPlle O. Parker. 19. Chlco.
Frank S. Miller. 36, 2041 Taylor street, and
Clara M. A. Buttner. 36. 2^41 Taylor stre«t.
Thomas TV. Rollet. 40. 2027 Lombard Btreet.
and Lizzie Berlin. 30, 2027 Lombard street.
Francisco Marino, 37, city, and Madelena Bar-
betta, 27, city. ',
Salone Rawson, 45. Los An*eles. and Lizzie
* cfarenoe E. Phlnney. 42. 1323 Mission street,
and Elizabeth Mc<^urdy. :6, 1?23 Mission street.
Pl»rre Claverle, S2. city, and Marie Lapouble,
34. city.
DIVIDEND NOTlCE— Dividend No. 6 (twenty-
five cents per share) of the KUauea Sugar
Plantation Company will be payable at the
office of the company. 827 Market et.. on and
after Thursday, February 10. 1900. Transfer
books will close on Friday, February 8, 1900,
at S o'clock p. m.
E. H. BHELDOV. Secretary.
500- ACRE ranch: value SSOGO: exchange tor cltv
lrr.prcved. Box 8577, Call ofHce.
OAKLAND REAL ESTATE.
FOR *25 cash, $10 monthly till paid for; IOOx
£>S feet; price, all told, 1590; land on the ele-
vation. Mope or In the level valley; excellent
ea.ndjr loam soil; plenty of good water; site
and climate the very best; build your home
or let us build for you; stop your outgo for
rent: not far from a fine S-story schoolhouse;
near a SO-foot wide boulevard and electric
raliroad: 5 new buildings gone up within 90
days; Westall Tract. adjolnlnK East Oakland;
Call or send for circular!?. 455 Seventh St.,
near Broadway. Oakland; carriage free.
HENRY 7.. JONES. Owner.
MtTHinx pacific conrAXT.
(PACIFIC BTSTXX.)
Tralx* lMfe nail are dne t» rrrlvo ¦*
HAU riUNt'MCO.
(Main Line. Foot ox Market Street)
BOL GETZ & BROTHER.
ROOM -A." CROCKER BUILDING.
HEADQUARTERS FOTt PARK LOTS.
Now for a Prosperous Era for San Francisco.
COO to MOO— Near Nlneteenth-ave. boulevard
a r.d Park, frctn H to X st.; }j monthly.
$500 to SROO— Choicest lots In Sunset; streets
traded aai eewered ; JlO monthly.
1300 to $800— Cheapest residence IoU la Rich-
mond; taey terms,
HOO to nW-Level lots near Mlsslon-st. elec-
tric car line; cr.ly J5 monthly. *"M*JW
Call for Maps and DiarnnK
EOL GET 7. & BROTHER.
ROOM "A." CROCKER BUILDINO.
KTOHAGE AXD WAIIEIIOI'SES.
PIERCE-RODOLPH Storage and Movlrtr Co.
Office. 401 Post £t.. cor. Powell; tel. Main S7U.
HENRY J. GALLAGHER CO..
(Successors to Flannagan A Gallagher).
FCNEKAL. DIRECTORS AND EMBALMI&RS.
U FUtli st, opposite Lincoln School.
Ttlephuo* South 10.
LATE SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.
OCEAN STEAMEHB.
NBW YORK— Arrived Feb 14— SUnr. Lahn.
from Bremeo via Bouthamoton. ¦
SOUTHAMPTON— Arrived Feb 14— Str Baale,
from New York for Bremen.
Sailed Feb 14— Stmr Aller. from Bremen for
K»m Ynrk.
ROOMS WAXTED.
WANTED — Two furnished rooms: ground floor*
bath. VTiS.. PCHMITT. New Western Hotel.
WANTED — 2 unfurnished rooms, by mother
ar.ii <Jaujrht<*T. Address box 3512. Cat!.
A BRANCH office for Call advertisements and
aoibxcrlptlons has been established at 10S( Va-
lenrla «t.
A KRANCH office for the- reception of adver-
tisements and subfwrlptlons ha» been opened
at 122 i Polk ft.: open till t p. m.
VALENCIA. 722— Four furnished rooms In nice
quiet family. ¦
A EUAVCH o«oe for Call advertisements and
subscriptions has been e*tabllshe<i at the
northwfft corner of Twenty-second and Ken-
tucky sta.; open until 9 p. m.
THE Oak«. 11» Thlrd-rA irood rooming hous*
for good people. R. HUGHES. Proprietor.
CAPE NOME
TRANSPORTATION COMPANIES,
THE
ALASKA EXPLORATION CO.
Will Dispatch the Al Iron American
Steamship.
ZEALANDIA
(CAPACITY SOOO TONS)
FOR NOB DIRECT,
Bailing from Ban Francisco
Idnflay, May 21,1900.
FIRST CLASS fIIO.OO
SECOND CLASS... TO.OO
STEERAGE . 50.00
Special rates for frelgrht and Insurance.
Through passenger and freight service • to
Dawson and all points on Yukon River. -
THE ALASKA EXPLORATION CO.,
139 POST STREET.
BTOCKTON PLACE. 1&-Double and slngrle
rooms to rent: I." UD.
eiIERMAN Apartment House, 28 Eighth St..
near Market— Furnished and unfurnished.
ROFEDALE House. JIS & ZTI Ellis at.— Rooms
night. 25c to tl; week. H tS to *4; open night.
OTARBELL, ISC2— Sunny unfurnished front
room with alcove and use of bath.
ROTAL House. 12« Ellis St.— lncandescent light,
reading; room, amoklnc; room and ladles' par-
lor; rooms, per nlpht, 35c to tl 60; week, S2 to
tl: month, 1$ to ISO; elevator on ofnc« floor;
rooms with hot and cold water; baths.
MISSIOX, lOCS — Neat furnished room In private
family; $5.
O'FARRELL. 2ft— Snnny furnished rooms and
offloes: elevator; electric llchta: day. wk.. mo.
MADISON aye.. 21— Ona furnished room, suit-
able for ctnUem&o; rent *5.
MINNA. CC7, corner Eighth— Newly furnished
bay-window room, Jl per week; transient
LEAVEN WORTH. 405-fiunny hall room to let;
SS per month.
I.ETWIS. IS. off Taylor — 2 or t nnfumlnhed
rooms; newly papered and painted; |3. $11.
California Limited
Santa Fe Route
T2 CHICAGO
This Is the quickest running and most
luxurious train across the continent.
Cojtjjecti-sg Train Leaves Sax Francisco;
S P.n. 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 Leaves San Francisco at 5:3>
fynnpec p.m. with Palace and Tourist
na 11 v car * for Kansas City, St. Lotus,
DAILY Chicago and East.
Local 'trains Vtween Stockton, VALLEY
Fresno. Hartford, Visalia, Talara ns\*r\
and Bakersfield. KUAD
SEE YOU IN San Francisco office. 673
TUISCO SOON Market Street, Phone Main
TKI3IU 3UUSN 1531 . Oakland. 1113 Broad-
way: Sacramento. 201 J Street; San Jose, 7 West
Santa Clara Street.
I<eave Arriv*
Ean F-ranclsco. In S9aet Ban FVaactaco.
• October 13. ¦
Week Sun* 1539. Bus- I Week
Days. days. Destination, days. I Day*.
T:3O am S:00 am Novatx 10:40 am S:4O a: 1
1:10 pm 1:20 am Petarama. I:ts pm 1I>:S am
6:10 pm 6:00 pm Santa Rosa. 7:35 pm *:Zt ; -:.
Fulton.
I:*) am -Windsor. li.li aa
Bealdsborc
Lytton.
OeyserrlUs.
t:SO pm I'M am Cloverdala. 7:tS pm <:B pm
TJO ami jllopian<r~andi j
f 1:00 am( Uklah. f 7:2S pmf 1:23 pm
I:Joam j |10:» ana
8:00 am OuernertUe. I 7:25 pal
1:10 pra If *:23 pm
1:10 am] 1:00 am Sonoma 19:10 am i: warn
I I «°d
S:l9 sml S:00 pm| Glen Ellen, f S:OS pm 9tß pm
7:» ami 8:00 ami gebaatopoi. 110:40 am|lo:2s am
1:30 pml 6.00 ptnl [ 7:35 pm| 6:23 ptn
Etarea connect at Eanta Rosa for Mark W>»c
6prir.ru and Wh!t9 Sulphur Springs; at Lyttoa
for Lytton Spring*: at O*ys«mu» for Bkaa-«»
Eprisffs; at Clovcrdal* for the Geysers; at Hop*
land for Duncan Bprtng*s. Highland Sprits xs.
KelseyriUe. Carlsbad Sprlnsrs. Soda Bay. Lak»-
port and Bartlett Springs; at Ckiata (or Victtr
Eprlcxs. Saratoga Springs. Bm* Lakes, Laurel
D«!l Lake. Witter Springs, Upper Lake, Porno.
Patter Valley. John Day*. Riverside. LJerley" ».
Ilucknell's. Sanhedrtn Heigh tn. HullTtUe. Orfa
Hot Sprtnsa, Mendocino CJty. Fort Bran.
WtftrxntTusaJ, Wllliu, Laytonrtlle*, Cuna-
fniDKs's. Bell's 9crtn«s. Harris. Olita's. tfytr.
fjcotla and Eureka.
¦ Saturday to Monday round trip tickets at re-
duced ratea.
On Sunday round trip tickets to an potnts
beroad Ban Rafael at half ratea,
Ticket offices. «50 Market St.. Chron !<-!•* bids.
TB. C •WHITINO. R. X. RTA.V.
Oukerai M*aax«r. Gm. Pass. Aseat.
HOWARD. 629 — Clean, respectable; 25c-U per
ntrht; Jl-JS rer week: Howard cars to door.
HARRISON, 784H— Finely furn. sunny rooms;
bath; latest conven.; homelike; tl week up.
HANCOCK House, 781 Mission— Select family
rooming hout*: SI SO to 56 per week.
GEART. 405 (Th* Navarre) — Elegantly furnUh-
ed rooms, «n suite or 6lngle. MRS. H. HYER.
FULTON, 216 and TA corner Van Ness aye.—
eunny elCe: 4 rooms or 2 or 1 rooms; -pas.
FOLSOM. >65. corner Sixth (The Oliver)— Sunny
f unlisted rooms; suites or single; new mgmt.
CONVERSE, is. off Bryant, near Eighth— Four
rooms to let: rent SS.
CX.AT. 1243 — Three unfurnished eunny rooms to
rent.
CA?TRO. Ell- Two unfurnished rooms; mod-
ern; rent J4 SO.
CLAEEIFIED advertisements and subscriptions
received at Call branch office. 2200 Flllmor*.
DIED.
Burke. James C. Hogan. Michael
Butts. John Haley. Mary
Barry, Bridget Jones. Harry A.
Bellinger. Mrs. Mary Kerrlran. John M.
Christiansen, Anna Klstenmacher, Fred-
C. crick.
Callahan. William 11. Lacky. Isaac
Curran. Ann Mattson. Guss
Connell. Patrick Marxen. Huko A.
Claus. Frederick Peckham. Elizabeth
Davl*. Emeline C. Scott. Robert C.
Kltzpatnck, Marga- Smith. Mary-
ret A. Feltgo, Joseph A.
Grlmensteln. Annie Schnabel. Clemens
E. H. Shaw, Stephen W.
Thompson. Peter
BURKE— In this city. February IS. 1900. James
C. beloved Eon of James and the late Mary
Ann Burke, and brother of Robert. George
and lialpn Burke, a native of San Francisco,
ac^d 15 years.
CXFTiends and acquaintances arc -respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral this day
? Thursday), at 10 o'clock, from the parlors of
J C. O'Connor & Co., 767 Mission street,
thpn^e to St. Rose's Church for services at
19:30 o'clock. Interment Holy Cross Ceme-
tery.
BUTTS— In this city, February 14. 1900. John
Butts, a native of Wales, aged 5S years.
BARKY— In thlfi city. Bridget Barry, a native
of Ireland, aged 46 years.
(nXF-i-iends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Friday), at S p. m.. from i Freelon street.
BELLINGER— In Elko. Nev.. February 9. 1900.
Mrs. Mary, beloved wife of William Bellinger,
beloved daughter of James and Margaret
Riordan of White River, Nev., and niece of
Mrs. Catherine Couehlin and Mrs. Hannah
McDermott. a native of White River. Nev..
aged 25 years.
f7 Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral this day
(Thursday), at 8:15 o'clock, from the parlors
of Carew & English, 41 Van Ness avenue,
thence to St. Paul's Church, Twenty-ninth
and Church streets, where a • requiem high
mass will be celebrated for the repose of her
eoul, commencing at 9 o'clock. Interment
Mount Calvary Cemetery.
CHRISTIANSEN— In this city, February 14,
1900. Anna Cathrina Christiansen, beloved
mcther of Katie Christiansen. Mrs. Charles
8. Jurgess, Mrs. Chris Nelsen and John. An-
nie. Peter. Chris and Ernest Christiansen, a
native of Germany, aged 52 years 11 months
and 11 days.
CALLAHAN— In this city, February 12. 1900,
at the residence of his parents, 102S Wash-
ington street. William Henry, beloved son of
Henry and Ellen Callahan. a native of Chi-
cago. 111., aged 29 years 2 months and 1 day.
(Chicago papers please copy.)
ICyFriends and acquaintance* are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral this day
(Thursday), from St. Mary's Church, corner
of California and Duoont streets, where a
solemn requiem high mass will be celebrated
for the repoee of his soul, commencing at 10
o'clock. Interment nrl\-ate. Holy Cross
Cemetery. Kindly omit flowers.
CURRAN— A month's mind requiem high mass
. will be celebrated for the repose of the soul
of the late Ann Curran to-morrow (Friday),
at 9 o'clock, at St. James Church, Twenty-
thfrd and Guerrero streets.
CONXELL— In this city. February 12, 1900. Pat-
• rick Connell, a native of BaJlymote, County
Sllgo, Ireland, aged 60 years. •
E7Frlends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Friday), at 10:45 o'clock, from the parlors
of J. C. O'Connor & Co., 767 Mission street.
CLAUS— In this city. February 11. 1900, Fred-
erick Claus, a native of Cassell. Germany
aged 24 years.
DAVIS— In Oakland. February v. 1900, jr m^.
line C. relict of the late Edmund S. Davis
and mother of Fred A. Davis, a native of
Vermont, aged 77 years and 13 days-.
ETThe funeral services will be held this
day (Thursday), at 2 o'clock, at her late resi-
dence. 80S West street. Oakland. Interment
private. '
FITZPATRICK-Ia this city. February 18. 1900
Margaret A., beloved wife of John E Flti-
patrlck. daughter of John and Hannah Leary
and slPter of J. F., D. J.. M. E.. K. F.. c'
A. and the late John T. Leary, a native of
San Francisco.
CTTriends of the family are respectfully
CASTRO. SO3, cor. 16th — Three pleasant rooms
furelshei complete housekeeping; reasonable.
CARROLLTON. 1201 Market, cor. Golden Gats
aye. — Buncy corner: well furn.: rms. A offices.
BUFH, *<T7 — Small front room partly furnished,
M per month; newly furnished front room, 110
BURNETT. 1426 Market st. <old No. 1354)— Fur-
r.'.fhed rmi, suites, single: also unfurnished.
BOHEMIA, ZTi Post, cor. Btockton— Eunny cor-
ner suite and single rooms; hot and cold
m-ater: elevator and all conveniences.
A— •THE ELMER HOUSE." 324 Bush St.. ad-
Jolrinp the Russ Hotel; 8* rooms; all price*.
A BRANCH office for Call advertisements and
fubucriptlona has been established at lOCS Va-
lencia et.
A EP.AKCH offlee for the reception of adver-
tisements and subscriptions has been opened
Et 1273 Polk st.: cpen until 9 p. m.
A BRANCH office for Call advertlf-etnents and
Fubtcriptlons has been established at the
northwest corner of Twenty-second and Ken-
tucky ets.: open till 8 p. m.
¦ICKBBI'RG. 31«. nr. 24th and Church. MlFßlon
st. cars transfer Z2A—Z sunny unfurnished
rooms to rent; $5 month.
k'AN NESS aye.. 43— Furnished nunny rooms for
housekeeping; al6o others; very reasonable.
BOI.'TH PARK, 1«4— 1 large housekeeping -room,
furnished ; rent $6 &0.
SUTTER, 1111. nr. L«rkln— Comfortably Turn,
tingle suites; also hkgp.; terms reasonable.
TWELFTH, 40—2 snnny front rooms, furnished
for bouseke«Ttnc: Sl9.
FACIFIC and Mason. S. E. cor. — 3 large, sunny
rooms and bath; rent reasonable.
AROUND THE
CORRIDORS
W. E. Duncan, a mining man of Oro
ville is a guest at the Lick.
L. M. Cutting, a business man of Stock
ton, is a guest at the Lick.
Rev. E. P. Hyland of Ballard is at the
Grand, accompanied by his wife.
W. H. Preston is registered at the Pal
ace from his home in Sioux City, lowa.
G. G. Towle, a merchant of Towles, ha 3
come down to the city and Is at the
Grand.
J. J. Smith, a wealthy land owner of
Stockton, Is registered for a few days at
the Lick.
State Comptroller E. P. Colgran has come
down from Sacramento and is registered
at the Lick.
Charles C. Derby of the New Almaden
mines has come to th© city and Is staying
at the Occidental.
Charles Teague, a fortunate speculator
in the oil lands of Fresno, Is at the Grand
for a Bhort stay.
Scott Davis, one of the best known cat
tie-men of Spokane, is among the arrivals
of yesterday at the Grand.
W. D. Haslam has. come up from his
home in Santa Cruz and is staying: at the
California.
Dr. J. J. Kemp, a leading physician of
Rochester, N. V., Is at the Grand while
on a pleasure trip to this city.
Paris Commissioner E. W. Runyon has
come down from his home In Red Bluff
and Is a guest at the Occidental for a few
days.
T. O. -Toland of Ventura and L. H.
Brown of Milton, members of the State
Board of Equalization, are among the re
cent arrivals at the Lick.
Al Townsend, a prominent politician of
Denver, who was for a long time County
Clerk Of Jefferson County, Colorado, Is
among the recent arrivals at the Palace.
Leon Cohen,' a prominent business man
of Pendleton, Or.. Is at the Occidental
with hla wife. They are on their way
home after a visit of pleasure to the City
of Mexico.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Maygatt, Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. Moore and Mrs. E. A. Small
constitute a party of wealthy Chlca-go
people who are at the Palace, where they
arrived yesterday on a visit of pleasure
to the coast.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Campion of EXenver
are at the Palace for a few days. Mr.
Campion Is one of the owners of the
famous Little Johnnie mine of Leadville,
one of the richest properties of Its kind
in the enti/e State.
.' w. C. Wood, a prominent merchant of
Santa Roaa, Is a guest at the Lick while
on a business trip to this city.
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Hall are regis
tered at the Occidental from their home
in Portland, Or. •
A for Morning. P (or A Itemoon.
* Dtllj. t Sunday exceptet!. I ouadii only.
6 Saturday it,' j.
AXltllin and Frltlajs « Thurelan and 9ond»n.
CALIFORNIA NORTHWESTERN RY. CO.
LESSEE
SAN FRANCISCO AND NORTH PACIFIC
RAILWAY COMPANY.
TlSuron Ferry. Foot ot Market St.
__BAN FRANCISCSO TO SAN RAF ASK
WEEK DATri- 7:W. 3:00. 1100 a, m.: 13:».
l:4o, StlO. *:SO p. m. Thursday*— Extr* trti»
at 11:10 p. ca. Saturday*— £xtra> trips at i:*-*
and U:M p. m.
SUNDAYS - I*. 1:10, 11 l a; IM. 1A
6:00. 8:20 p. m.
BAN RAF-AEI. TO SAN 7RANCISCSO.
WEEK DAYS— 4:IO. 7:50. »:*>. 11:10 a, m.; 13:45.
1:40. i:10 p. m. 6aturday»— Extra trips at Iw
and 1:15 p. m-
EUNDAirs— B:lO. »:40. 11JJ a. m.: 1:40k *:tt. »:!*.
«:25 -p. m.
Between San Francisco and Setaaetzen Par*
same schedule as above.
MISSION. S45 — Front room and kitchen, com-
plete for housekeeping.
MISSION. li4l— Three furnished housekeeping
rooms: running water; etove.
MARKET. ICSS. opposite 10th— Furnished large
sunny alcove suit, JI1; comfortable bedroom
and kitchen. J7.
JESSIE. 47*. near Sixth— 2 furalsbed rooms;
housekwriJur; parlor floor.
t«>lO* Ocean View, ttoutb Man FrancUco.. tUiSor
•t:OWA Ban Jose nml Way Stations U.'ow
r Almaden V/eilnesJanouly) *ltßOr
;«9H>«* Ban Joso. Tre* l'iiios. HuuU Cms,
. ' . i PaclUo CrovoL l'un Itoblea. Ban
f I.ulj OI»Ii*r>o. Bnvf. Lompcc aud
Principal Way btntlons •1:10/
•ItilO* S*u Josaan 1 Way Stations *0:&1 a
•lltSO* Bin Joao ami Way .SUtimia *3<30»
,«3«4»p Baa Matro. ltedwixxt. Menlo Park.
r Palo Alto. Santa Clara. San Jom.
, Trta I'lcos, Santa Cms. SV.iaaa,
Jlonteri-y ainl I'acitla Grorg flOsSC*
l»!»"fSis.lo3«unl Way KUMons *7:ai»e
flslSr Ban Joseauri Principal Way Station* ¦— ¦*»
f3:OOr San Jose aad Principal W>7 Stations t!>:O« »
HauJ.-geuH-l l'rincis .tl Way Sutlun* *ftS3«
¦«:3Op Baa Joso aatl Way Stations t m :»«U
Hlt-15r Sara Jcsenml Wny iStatlooa.. *7«a«p
FOLFOM. «4— Sunny front room and kitchen;
eir.k. closets, bath; no children; private; $2 50
week.
EDDY. 604— Sunny front bay-window room,
with use oi kitchen. •
FIFTH. 313— Furnished housekeeping. 2. S or 4
rocr.s, JlO to J2O; also single. U to $7.
FOLSOM. 729 — Housekeeping. $2 up. and sing:!*
rooms. SI ud; all lleht. sunny.
CALIFORNIA. 253— Bunny room; 1 or 2 gentlß-
m«i; breakfast If desired; private family;
-references exchanged.
ROOMS FOR HOUSEKEEPING.
AT E2 Second — Nice new papered and reno-
vated front roomi; Jl SO to J2 50 a week.
COAST DIVISION (Narrow ftange).
(Foot cf Market Street.)
J. W. HORN, 812 Main et.. Petaluma; real es-
tate and thorouehbred Belgian hares. Send
tor frw lit of Sonoma. County ban-rains.
BARGAIN— Rich, modern, Oakland home. Mrs.
E. C. Fortler. 2429 Piedmont aye.. Oakland.
Ul-Al. fc-s.lA'lli C«l'.MK\ For Sale
INQT'IKE 142 Fulton st.; fine Cats; near City
lia'.l. within two block*.
A LIST OF SPECIAL BARGAINS— When
senoinir for my CATALOGUE always state
•bout what Is wanted, amount to Invest, etc.
I" 11 tlien also furnish a specially prepared list
o? "tSAP" bargains near what you want not
In catalogue. While I make a special feature
of NAPA and SONOMA county places. Im
pen-onftJly acquainted with over SOOO ranches
for rait? or exch&nsi? In California— more than
any other ten agents In the State. I travel
nearly ail the time. Inspecting country prop-
erty
N. D. FICKELS the LAND AGEXT.
10 Gearr ft., opposite Chronicle building. S. F.
AVEHAGE income over $1500 a year; unequaled
location and most magnificent orchard home
in the Ptate; eacrlflced at JESOO: worth 110.000;
-ree of debt., but peculiar clrcurnstancest com-
pel Mle. N. D. SICKELS-THE LAXD
A PENT. 10 Geary, opp. Chronicle bld-j.. S. F.
OFFICIAL DRAWING
—OF THE—
Honduras National Lottery Co
LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY. -
[PATENT APPLIED FOR.J
Single Number, Class "B," Drawn at
Puerto Cortex, Honduras, C. A., on Satur-
day, February 10, 1900.
No. Prize. No. Prize. No. Prize.
1 40 213 16 254 19
837 16 499 24 872 .40
SS3 24 914 16 969 80
1085 16 1259 24 1617 40
1757 24 1525 40 1919 80
2014 24 2016 40 2054 40
2139 16 2239 80 2242 18
2371 16 2524 24 2603 40
2631 24 2703 :. 40 2900 15
%>n 40 3012 40 306S 49
3114 1< 3255 16 8333 49
3372 24 3380 16 3399 «
3407 24 3424 24 348S 18
3514 gO 3571 .. 24 3575 16
8628 24 3815 16 8887 80
3943 40 4064 16 41« UO
4252 16 4321 16 4331 IS
4478 40 4454 16 4597 13
4768 16 4794 16 6022 1«
6084 80 5320 40 5420 40
6428 16 CS3B 16 Ss4s 24
bm SO 5991 18 6992 18
6997 24 60&2 18 6221 24
626S 40 6273 24 6207 16
6363 40 6413 16 6416 24
6447 16 6503 80 6510 16
6536 24 6576 40 6591 '24
6734 40 6733.. SO 6777 16
• 6502 16 7062 16 73*1 80
7459........ 80 7673 24 7667 1«
7674.. 80 7967 40 8019 80
8048 16 80«S 16 8244 1«
8237 16 8312 ' 40 84SO 16
8506 40 8544 80 85SS IS
ESSI 16 8718 16 8719 24
8722 16 8770 16 878S 16
8793 24 8804 16 9007 40
SOW) 24 9249 16 9304 84
9321 16 9351 40 9507 18
9637 16 9784 40 9551 16
9352 24 9927 IS 10011 18
10018 40 10077.. 40 10097 24
101S2 1610196... -4010300 24
10439..'. 40 10441 24 10461 24
10473 8010546 16 10871 16
11066 400 11068 40 11098.*. IS
11115 24 11142 6>>!11271 16
11374 24 11635 40 11567 16
12058 120 12179 16|12210 45
12225 24 12404 24 12512 24
12623 '40 12860 SO 12591 16
13031 16 13175 24 13214 40
13347 40 13385 16 13413 16
13464 16 1346S 16 13548 16
13SS8 80 14036. 24 14124 40
11143 80 14278 16 1429S 24
14300 40 14361 24 14450 24
14685 16 14686. 16 14911 16
15034 16 15126 24 15512 16
15525 16 15632 16 15704 24
16767 16 15565. .:..... 16 139SS 2t
16016 24 16058 A. 24 16CJ2 24
16116 16 16139 SO 16262 2i
16272 24 16914 4017131 16
17226 4017317 80 17355 40
17373 40 17378. .' 24 17398 SO
17476 16117534 16 17696 1»
17702 40 17513 16 17991 «
ISO7I 401E099 &OJISISO 24
15213 40 15273 24118375 16 |
18379 16118744 l«!l8S55 J4
19013 16 19050 40 19154 16
19444 16 19496 24 19512 40
198?4 16 19972 24 20045. ...'.... 80
20222 24120255 24 20248 ; 24
20324 16,20558 16 20644 24
20*29 16 21071 80 210S0.: 16
21087 SO 21110 16 21363 16
21390 4021607 16;21W6 18
21667 40 21677.: 16 21658 24
21745 16 21830 24 2192S 8000
21943 « 21946 24 21968 15
21373 120 22040 16 22178 24
22182 16 22213 16 22312 40
2J4OS 16 22441 60^22522 24
22603 16 22574 40J22959 80
23209 8023319.. 16 23336 24
23338 1623417 40 23450 16
23655 24 23540.. ...... 16123302 24
2J072 SO 24057 16|24158 24
24265 1624268 4024456 IS
24578 2424671 40,24740 1C
24756 16;24790 16 24822 16
24550 16J24572 • 16J24909 40
21991 24 23002 40)25021 16
25140 24 25207 16125277 I*>
25368 120 253.59 24;25523 16
25562 40 25894 16125919 18
25984 16 26057 24 SSO79 24 i
26224 80*26275 16 26406 16 1
26514 40126524 24i26544 16
26562 40 26557 1626560 24
26556 40126643 1626631 16
2CSSO 24126877 16 27043 1«
27254 4027236 40j2732S 40
27399 .-... 16 2750T 24!27536 80
27525 24|r7531 1»|27523 80
279«6 4025018 SO .28060 16
2SIII 16128255 2425353 24
28398 . l«!:S4i>l 24 28512 16
28796 24125533 16|28567 40
2SSBI 40 2*X>l 4O2&O06 16
23127 5029259 24 23449 16
29498 40 20560 16 25815 16
2y654 16 29709 16129743 2«
29785 lfi 29517 16J29593 24
29906 16 30019 16130233 24
30272 16 30368... 16|30436 24
30494 16|3f«74 24,30645 24
30677 120130714 16;:M72S 24
30878 40,31092 24|3114S 24
31161 12i)!31283 1«'S1»4 80
31300 16J31399 40)31442 16
51676 1000 31744 16 31561 /. 16
31572 16131574 24131953 24
32272 16J32306 15132334 H
52455 16132458 24|32313 Si)
330*3 $0)33162 16 35426 1«
33433 SO 33453 40 33650 80
337i3 40 3400") 40 34155 40
34158 80 3-1166 40 34236 15
34373 18134472 120 34530 24
34558.. 40 35010 24135124 16
5J254 1633260 40!35273 40
55255 2435256 16J35302 16
35347 16 35364 16(35427 18
3551S 24 3-1719 16J35501 4>
35553 16 35022 1f,36153 16
36220 SO 36258 24136304 21
36307 4036341 16^36398 40
36430 16 36568 24136570.. 40
36647 16 36735 40!36508 1«
36510 1636855 24 36891 24
37010 1637013 16*37101 16
37306 16 37421.". 16!37447 1«
37510 24 375*6 16137632.. 16
37731 24 37527...;.... 1637938 IS
37959 16 37987 24J35053 18
35147 16135158 16 3K312 1«
38384 16 38497 24135546 24
35614 16 35705 16;3577S 24
35525 40 3S9IR 18 35935 U
35963 2439172 16 35223 18
3026S 8039361 24|33457 40
39502 16-39578 16 33616 40
39691 1639707 24|39756 ltf
39843 40 39905 1fij39933 24
30939 24 40212 24 40219 40
40242 16 40263 24 402H1 16.
40325 120 40440 24 4'«24 24
40792 40 40796 16 40850 IS
40925 24 40933 24 40954 IS
40981 120 41023 40 41070 16
41091 120 41176 400 41263 16
41271 16 41563 16 41465 16
41650 16 41939 16 42043 16
42229 40 42356 24 42460 84
42505 24 42551 24 42641 24
42654 16 42672 16 42738 24
42915 :. 80 42968 16 4315S 80
43165 16 43223 40 43308 18
43396 16 43574 24 43C43 24
43649 24 43671 24 43998 16
44083 IS 44102 80 44114 10
44433 24 44607 40 44694 24
44880 24 44889 16 44979 40
44988 24 44989 16 45055 16
450T) 24 4«89 16 45341 !4
45405 16 45410 24 45412 24
45585 16 45625 80 46669 16
45635 16 45765.. 24 45954 18
46095 24 46240 16 46245 40
46230... 804K32S 16 46467 24
46608; 16 46736 40 46822 40
46911 80 46948 16 47121 40
47214 80 47424 16 47499 l«
47594 16 47615.. 16 47629 14
47655 16 47679 16 47686 40
47687 16 47795 40 47836 80
47885 24.48170 16 4?:24 IS
45232 16 45254 80 45496 J4
48561 40 45608 40 48645 16
4S7H 16 48517 16 48940 18
48886 16 49064 24 49204 40
49220 40 49222 24 49420..'. 16
49578 80 49586 16 49599.. 40
49601 400 49671 80 49729 .... 16
49750 .16 49898 50|50006 24
60038 24 500G9 40J50123 16
60163 4050353 120 50394 16
50496 ' 16 50685. 24 50688 18
60731 24 51056 40 51093 16
51145 16 51155 16 51357 16
51428 U 51434 40 51449 14
51477 1551480 24 51531 40
81546 4051978 40 51979 J4
62011 1652063 16 52161 80
62191 40 52371 120 52408 1«
62512...;.... 24 52571 24 52669 40
5277g 24 52842 18 62915.. 16
63178 24 53252 16 63331 U
63608 80 536U 24 53720......;. 16
63799 24 53970 SO M 195... _... 18
64203,. 1« 54513 18 64733 18
5475J 24 54784.. 400 54846.* 40
54576.. ...... 16 56196 24 55204 19
66390 24 55489 80 55511 80
JM94 16 55687 16 55538.. 40
65904 400066191 16 66216 16
6«327 18156343 1< 56356 24
66.T87 16'5681S U l«S30 40
56635........ 4056713 16 57079 24
57113 16 57125 80 57259 16
673J7 80 57367 24 57425 40
67538..-. 40 57683 40 57699. 24
57732 16 57744 24 57901 v
57923 „ 16 57940... -80 57962........ 24
57999 16 SSOSS 80 SSIOB 40
68129 16 5814* 40 BSI7S 1«
68166........ J00055745 16 58828 40
58537 W 59009 80 59961.. 18
699R8 16 60153 Zi 60268 40
60325... 24 60356 16 60441 18
60487 40*60627 80 60*39 24
60541 40J60577 16 6087S 120
60903 80O0r>|61C31 16 81124 80
61149 16 61202 16 81254 40
61407 80 61440 16 61651 40
61666 40 61549........ 40|(185i 18
No. Priae.lXo. Prize. |No. Frt»#.
KIOS • 401«225« J4 62517 IS
62634 8062650.. 18 63733 24
6M31 24*2904 24 «291S 18
63304 24 53499 16 «3501 1«
63537 ICCKS6 2*'63T45 24
63746 2463971 16|8!987 J4
64168 4054251 24 «434» 16
64472 1664304 40 84517 40
64648 40:64866 4364715..-. 4)
64751 4064961 24-64977... 4>
BSIBO 4065235 24|6525S M
65271 24 65716 24 65783 IN
66091 24!66:62..; 1« 66265.. i 24
66326 80166349 16 66337 18
65442 120 S64M 16,66563 IS
6«760 Z4M983 1«!«7009 16
67112 16,67139 16J6759S 16
6761S l« 67650 U 67718.. ...... . ID
67725 12067875 80 67893 24
67936 40;«8O43 80,68471 U
65455 8058353 40,68617 16
65669 8065653 14 68739 18
63790 1H68544 2165905 4)
68923 40J69099 1659U5 U
69277 24 69566 1669323 24
69927 16 70066 1617n<i59 24
7007» 34 700 M 24|70103 16
TOll4 40 701H 8070293 80
70566 16J70585 24 70718 M
70504 167051J 16j7MS3 40
7W50 J471032 24171136 18
71208 40 71459 16171644 120
71752...;.... 24J71921 16 720 M 1«
72240 24172458 24 72585 IS
72620 18J7J712 1J172915 40
72937 16 72990 16173087 24
73118 19 73263 1673374 19
73413 4073533 2 1 73592 16
78627 24 73649 24 73773 24
73SU 16 73955 16 73963 16
7*H3 1674148 16 74176 12i>
74288 24|74M5 24 T4324 S»
74327 16 74397 24 744J4 24
74559 16 74571 16 74606 40
74607 24 74542 40)74969 21
75123 15 75208 14 73272 40
75208 4*75565 24)75590 21
75684 1675849 16]75990 24
76057 1576081 16 761SS 14
75250 21(762«8 2J 7637J H
76388 1«7635« 16 76359 15
76463 8078531 24176598 ii
76646 16176953 .. 401-5939 4O
T7005 1617701S 80'7701S 16
T72IS 40 77399 24177404 18
77519 16177613 16(77661 16
77««9 4J»|77670 161777U 16
777J5 8077787 24177932 X 4
78120 16 75156 18!78254 SO
78J41 14 78372 18178496 40
TS6O! 24 7864S 24i78579 U
7S9JI 1678989 1«!790C<5 40
79048 4079053 24 79087 24
79149 2479164 2417922S 18
79360 161795«9 40i73«24 18
7564S « 79787 24!79598... M
75904 8079968 24J79397 !<>
50271 2480319 24;50331 4i>
80604 24t)W605 16150700 II
SO76S 1«[«077S 16 "W897 14
$0923 2480952 16'8Q971 2»
BP9S3 24 I SIH2 80 MI4S 18
81245 16181272 40]81350 18
81452 40J51491 16181499 120
81S06 801*1508 80^1527 40
81342 120J51544 18 81610 ' 40
81671 16,81747 24 82011 16
82172 1«|52263 40 »2257 IS
82354 400 82SS3 16!5260S 16
BZSS4 24 82941 1000IS3W1 SO
83087 8083177 24 83181 16
83351 24 83646 24'»367« 24
53564 16 83334 24{R4102 24
54151 12084172 16J54268 24
54420 16JS4S9S 16:%J674 24
84733 16184755 40 84859 1«
843.M 16JS54U 16 85113 24
85136 24 55147 16155!0S *>
85520 4086041 16 86201 24
86W7 2486235 1« 56256 19
56313 16 86407 1« ; <t«454 IS
86487 4-5 86498 1«'*6517 IS
85553.: 40S««01 1686614 24
$6678 16,'5e705 12»'56752 4-)
S6BS4 8i>8«958 16)86951 I<s
87133 16|«7153 18>57361 24
87444 16j874»3 18 8731S 40
87772 16 87597 24i8SU6 15
88201 16 88497 40;?8453 4-1
8851S* 16;555«5 16583 M 1«
58643 50.i0i>»9 16,85763 16
88769 16 88878 24 88913 4>
89»B5. IS|*VMS 24'330M 24
S9ISO 16189574 16 BWW3 lfi
89728 24 83805 1683818 IS
90J37 *>!»00oS 24*90129 16
90205 40190231 1?|9C317 24
905SJ 1«9*»5.. ...... 16:9<*500 J»
91113 24J91T08 401913C2 24
91355 16:91363 24 J1430 B'>
81523 M|»lJs2 501911528 80
91861 1«i»202S 40:92155 4)
92312 1*19235S 1692431 16
92503 16f>ir>94 4-V92357 2t
93023 24193050 1693036 IS
93109....'.... 161&3470 4*3 f#3S3*> I<s
93670 16JSS64S 16 93767 18
fr3796 401935H3 24'939«3 IS
941J3 16M423 40 '94514 21
| 94543 18!94«!>8 1694531 16
94562 1ff»5119 24'!>3141 80
55356 l«!»s4es '24!-»077 2*
95635 2495778 18I9&S81 v
95971 lfiWsg 24 96223 40
•56590 161J6613 120 ! 96643 24
96712 50,M824 80 9*922 4')
*650« 24 97020 1697170 16
87369 24197333 16 97433 40
?7«M 1619T659 16197555 24
1 57715 16 97747 1697811 SO
97834 2497558 4097914 19
97396 40|950<57 24:98076 24
9?938 15W142 M 98116 24
98178 16(58192 40 «5445 4>
9544* 120W498 24;95«>2 24
J5776 24.95500 16 9««04 40
99194 2499591 16 95613 40
99661 24|99«93 40i99698 80
998C7 24'99?30 40 93591 IS
99*» 16;9&951 ISj
APPROXIMATION PRIZES.
I<V> numbers from 60.852 to 60.952. Inclusive.
being; 50 numbers on each side of the number
drawing; th* capital prize of $."/>, Goo—jo.
100 numbers from 21.873 to 21.973. .Inclusive.
twine -50 numbers on each side of the number
drawing: the capital prise of SSdOO— SS4.
109 numbers from 55,854 to 55,954. lnelusire,
beln* 60 numbers on each stde of the number
drawing the capital prize of 840QO— $16.
' TERMINAL PRIZES.
999 numbers endlns with 02, being the two laat
flr/urea of the number drawing the capital prize
of »30.nn0-jii.
999 numbers ending; 'With 23. beln^ the two last
figures of the number drawing the second capi-
tal Drixe of $SOOO-*B. *„
The subscriber, having; supervised the slnxle !
number draw inc. class B. Honduras National ;
Lottery Company, hereby certifies that the
above are the numbers which were this day '
drawn from the, 100,000 placed In the wheel. :
with the prises corresponding to them.
Witness my hand at Puerto Cortex, Honduras, i
C. A., this February 10. 1900.
W. S. CABELL, Commissioner, i
$15,000 ' FOR |I— ONE-HALF OP" CAPITAL
PRIZE.
State of Louisiana. Parish of Orleans— as.
Before me. Chart** G. Rebentisch. a notary
public in and for the parish of Orleans. State
of Louisiana, personally appeared Miss Emily
Troy, resldlns at NO. 1220 Philip street. New
Orleans, who belnc; by me, notary, duly sworn,
doth det>oee and say that she Is the bona flde
holder and owner of one-half ticket number
54.424. class A, of the Honduras National Lot-
tery Comcany (Louisiana State Lottery Com-
pany), drawn on January 13. V**>. at Puerto
Cortex, Honduras, C. A., which drew the first
caplltal prize of $30,000. and that said ticket
was paid on presentation.
(Slcned) MISS EMILY TROT.
Sworn to and sabsciibed before me this. Jan-
uary 13, A, D. 1900. C. O. REBENTISCH,
¦ . ¦" Notary Public.
$7600 FOR BO CENTS — ONE-FOURTH OP
FIRST CAPITAL PRIZE.
State of Indiana, County of Marion— ss.
Before me. John S. Tarkington. a notary
public in and for said county, personally came
Harry L. Adklns. who being by me duly sworn,
on his oath s&ya that he resides at Monon. In
the State of Indiana, and that he purchased of
tha atrent of the Honduras National Lottery
Company one-quarter ticket j In said lottery
company No. 81, 424, of dato January 13. 1900.
class A. which number drew the first capital
prize of tSO.OOO. and that he Is the bona Od«
holder and owner of said quarter ticket.
(Signed) H. U ADKINS.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 20th
day of January. A. D. 1900.
JOHN 8. TARKINOTON, Notary Public
$4000 FOR U-ONE-HALF OF SECOND CAPI-
TAL PRIZE.
State of Ohio. Montcomery County— ss.
August J. Wollenhaupt. belnc first duly
sworn, says: That he is a resident of the city
of Dayton. Ohio, and has so resided !n said
city for the past thirty years; that he is the
owner and bona fide holder of a half ticket
number 56.&7 In the- drawing of January 13,
1900. of tha Honduras National Lottery - Com-
pany (Louisiana State Lottery). Honduras. C.
A., which number won the second capital piiz«
of tSOOO. and said half ticket has been placed
in the hands ot his /duly authorized arent for
collection.
(Signed) AUO. J. WOLLENHAUPT.
Sworn to and subscribed before me this 2Sth
day of January. 1900. OEO. W. OZIA3.
Notary Public
$1000 FOR 23 CENTS-ONE-EIGHTH OF SEC-
OND CAPITAL PRIZEv
City and County of New Tork— «a.
Richard F. Scully,- being duly sirorn. doth
depose and say: That h« resides at No. 9 Wwt j
street In th* city of New Tork. In the borough
of Manhattan; that he I* the lawful owner and
holder of the certain lottery ticket known and
described as Honduras National Lottery Com-
pany (Louisiana State Lottery. ConiDany) and
numbered 84.557. which won th» second capital
priie of ISOOO an* being one-eighth of the whole
ticket of the aforesaid number; that he pur- I
chased the urn« from a proper agent of trie i
aforesaid company and that said . ticket was j
paid on presentation.
RICHARD F. SCTJLLT.
I Sworn to beforti me this 2<Xh day of January. I
1900. JACOB W. BLOCK.
-.•-¦¦• Notary Public. New York County. I
MOUNT TAMALPfIIS SCENIC RAILWAY |
Leave San Francisco Tla Sausallto 'Ferry. ¦ '¦
Week flays— 9:10 a. m. and 1:45 p. m. !
Sunday* ..8:00. 10:00 a. m. and 1:45 p. m.
Steam-heated closed car oa all trtans.
* Fare— San Francisco to Summit aad Return.
ALL kinds bought, sold, exchanged, rented; r»-
ralrlng at lowest rates. 205 Fourth «t.
SCYVIXG MACHINES AXD SUPPLIES.
RENTED, repaired, bought, sold; machine sup-
plies. Standard Agency,l4s 6th; phone Mint 45.
LOTTERY DBAWINO.
fully Invited to attend the funeral this day
(Thursday), at 9:30 o'clock, from her late resi-
dence, 936 Oak street, corner of Scott, thence
to St. Icnatlus Church, where a solemn re-
quiem hleh mass will b« celebrated for the
repose of her soul at 10 o'clock. Interment
-Holy Crocs Cemetery-
GRIMENSTEIN— In this city, February 14. 1900,
Annie E. H., beloved daughter of Henry and
Gertie Grlmensteln. and beloved slater of
Mamie. Ella, Johnnie. Frank and Elmer
Grlmenstein. a native of Redwood City, aged
22 years 2 months and S days.
HOQAN— In this city, February 13. 1900. Mich-
ael, beloved husband of Joanna Hogan. father
of Herbert. Alfred, Emmett, Irene, Virginia
and Ignatius Hogan, and brother of David,
Thomas and John Hogan. a native of County
Limerick. Ireland, aeed 47 years and «
months.
ICTTrienda and acquaintance* ar« respect-
fully Invited to attend tha funeral this day
(Thursday), at 9 o'clock, from his late resi-
dence. Flllmore and Chestnut streets, thence
to St. BrlKld's Church, where a solemn re-
quiem mags will be Celebrated for the repose
of his soul, commenclne at 9:30 o'clock. In-
terment Holy Cross Cemetery-
HALEY— In this city, February IS, 1900, Mary,
beloved wife of William Haley, and mother
of Christopher J.. Mary A. and Willie A. Ha-
ley and Mrs. Charles Kaufman and the late
J. D. Owens, a native, of County Kerry, Ire-
land, aeed 62 years.
(ETFrlends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Friday), at 8:45 o'clock, from her late resi-
dence, EI9A Brannan street, thence to St.
Rose's Church, where a solemn requiem high
mass will be celebrated for the repose of her
soul, commencing; at 9 o'clock. Interment
Holy Cross Cemetery.
JONES— In the City and County Hospital. Feb-
ruary 14. 1900. Harry A. Jones, a natlva of
Illinois, asred 34 years.
KERRIGAN-In the City and County Hospital.
February 14. 1900, John M. Kerrigan, a na-
tive of Missouri, aeed 50 years.
KISTENMACHER— In this city. February 14.
1900, Frederick, dearly beloved and only child
of Henry and Helene Klstenmacher, a native
of Ban Francisco, aired 2 years 2 months and
9 days.
ICTThe funeTal will take place to-morrow
(Friday), at J o'clock, from the residence of
his narenta. 303411 Sixteenth Btreet. between
Mission and Valencla.
LASKY— In thU city, February IJ, 1900, Ike
Lasky. beloved husband of Sarah Lacky,
father of Jesse and Blanche Lasky, son of
Mrs. Minnie Lasky, and brother of Mark
Lasky.. Mrs. Laura Schwartie of Los Ange-
les. Mrs. H. Armer and Mrs. Emll Alkus, a
native of California, atced 43 years. (San Jose
and Sacramento papers please copy.)
A. O. U. W.— Hall of Unity Lodge No. 27, A.
O. U. W.. 32 O'Farrell street— The funeral
escort Is hereby notified to assemble at the
hall this day (Thursday), at 10 o'clock, to at-
tend the funeral of our late brother. Isaac
LeFky. Fines wil be strictly enforced. By
order of M. LEVY. Master Workman.
H. ORIMSHAW. Recorder.
MATTSON— In this city. February n. 1900,
Guss, beloved husband of Catherine Mattson,
and father of Alice and George Mattson, a
native of Sweden, aged 43 years.
(£""*rr"rlends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral this day
(Thursday), at t o'clock, from the parlon of
Halsted & Co.. 946 Mission street, under the
auspices of Modoc Tribe No. 67. I. O. R. M.
Interment Laurel HIU Cemetery.
MARXEN-In this city. February 14. 1900. Hugo
A., dearly beloved and only son of Julius and
the late Louise Marxen (nee Rohde). a native
of Pan Francisco, aged 15 years 6 months and
27 days.
C3>"Friend«* and acquaintance* are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Friday), at 2 o'clock, from the residence of
his father", 306 Francisco street, near Stock-
ton. Interment I. 0. 0. F. Cemetery.
PECKHAM— In San Jose, February IS. WOO.
Elizabeth Edna, beloved daughter of W. H.
Peckham, a native of San Francisco, aged 21
years 3 months and 5 days,
CTFripnds and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral this day
(Thursday), at 1:30 o'clock, from Third and
Townsend streets depot.' Interment Mount
Calvnry Cemetery.
SCOTT— In this city, February 12. 1900, Robert
Charles, beloved brother of Dr. / Arthur Wal-
ter and Josephine Scott, a native of Ban
Francisco. .
BZ?" Funeral private.
SMITH— In this city. February IS. 1900. Mary
Smith, beloved mothor of Peter McQuillan, a
native of Montreal, Canada, aged 73 years.
E7"Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral this day
(Thursday), at 9 o'clock, from the residence
of her eon at Pinole, Contra Costa County,
thence to St. Paul's Church, San Pablo, where
a solemn requiem mass will be celebrated for
the retxjse of. her soul, commencing at 10
o'clock. Interment at San Pablo.
SELIGO— In this city, February 14, 1900. Joseph
Anton, dearly beloved son of Joseph and Anna
Sellpo, and beloved brother of Ambrose. Alex-
ander and the late William Edward Sellgo,
a native of San FrancUco, aeed 2 years 1
month and W daya.
SCHNABEL— In this city, February 13, 1900.
Clemens, dearly beloved husband of Caroline
Schnabel, and father of Carl A., Anna L.,
Clementina. Martha and Selma Schnabel. a
native of Wiesbaden. Germany, aged 64 years.
CyF'rlen'lß and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral this day
(Thursday), at 2 o'clock, from hla late resi-
dence. 805 Ellis street, near Polk, under the
auspice* of the Gesellschaft Teutonla. Please
omit flowers.
SHAW— In this city February 14. 1900, Stephen
W. Shaw (artist), beloved husband of Lucre-
tla S. Shaw, a native of Vermont, aeed 82
years and 2 months.
ICT'Notice of funeral hereafter.
THOMPSON— At Btrryman Btatlon. Berkeley.
February 14. 1900, Peter, belovwl husband of
Jennie Thomrson, son of Mary and the late
\V. S. Thompson, son-in-law of William Nor-
rls, and brother of Mrs. R. Chandler, Mrs.
S. Sprlng-er and the late Joseph. Domlnlck
and W. S. .Thompson and Mrs. J. Younklns
«.nd Mrs. John Wyatt. a native of San Fran-
clseo, aged 30 years and 6 days.
tuTThe funeral will take place to-morrow
(Friday), at — a. m.. from his late residence,
corner of Rose snd Shattuck avenues, Berry-
man station. Berkeley.
LOTTEBY DRAWING.
SHOULD DEVELOP
OUR TRADE WITH
THE FAR EAST
Use of the Commer
cial Museum. •
BERKELEY. Feb. 14.— Professor C. C.
Plehn of the University of California, who
Is one of the organizers of the Pacific
Commercial Museum, has received a letter
from E. \V. S. Tingle, assistant to Dr.
William P. Wilson, director of tha Phila
delphia Commercial Museum, with a very
Important bearing upon the. California at
tempt. The letter In part Is aa follows:
The value of active co-operation 'between, the
two Institutions Is certain, considering the fact
that we have expended over a million dollars
In reaching the point which we have attained
and viewing- the further fact that by means of
our correspondents and through our own offi
cials, . sent out to various parts of the world,
we have built up a chain of communication
whose links cover practically every country,
the value to yon of free access to this fount
of Information need not be dwelt upon.
On the other hand our experience teachea us
that there It work enough to be done In the
Orient alone to engage to Its fullest the
activities of any Institution working along:
similar lines. Considering the geographical
position of San Francisco, the comparatively
easy communication between It and the Orient,
and the natural commercial opportunities
which could be expected to arise. If not aiready
existing between the Pacific Coast and the
Orient, It would seem that the establishment
of a commercial museum In Ban Francisco
whlth should have for Its sole task the de
velopment of our trade with the Orient would
be particularly fitting and valuable.
Our merchants, who now enjoy 7 per cent
of the rapidly increasing and enormously val
uable Chinese trade, are greatly •In need of
accurate and frequent Information regarding
the opportunities and changing commercial
condition* of China and the Orient generally.
A commercial museum In San Francisco in
providing this Information could perform a
work the value of which could not be reckoned
In dollars and cents, and in comparison with
which any sums contributed for Its support by
citizens of city or State would be Insignificant
no matter how great. ».-•
The work of a commercial museum, speak
ing from our experience, falls naturally Into
these subdivisions:
First — The collection of all possible commer
cial literature regarding new markets, together
wMh the arrangement of a system of cor
respondents who will furnish not only the
literature but other fresh and up-to-date com
mercial Information.
Second— The furnishing of commercial Infor
mation both at request and without request to
merchants interested as to new markets and
the best methods of Invading them, together
with reports upon immediate opportunities for
the sale of goods, 'such as In bidding upon
contracts, government work. etc. In connec
tion with these reports it should also be ar
ranged to furnish the names of reliable mer
chants suitable as agents for American manu
factures, together with their responsibility and
credit standing generally.
Th lf*!"""* 'ThcrG ? tiou !<l be ft d^pftrtmdit devoted
to the collection and exhibition of goods Bold"
by competitive nations In the markets which
are to be Invaded.
All the other numerous subdepartments grow
naturally out of these three general divisions.
REAL. ESTATE CITY— FOR SALE.
IHE SAX FRANCISCO CALL, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1900.
KftTT.nO AD TRAVET*
UATi — Fbox Dxcxubzk 13. 1339. — *KT.rr3
STAULttS TO LET.
STABLE of 9 stalls and yard. ?I Chesley St..
between Seventh iind Eighth, oft Bryant.
OAKLAND ADVERTISEMENTS.
OFFICE— IIIB BROADWAY.
OAKLAND Branch Office of The Call re-
moved to 1118 Broadway. Oakland. Adver-
tisements end Fubscrlotlong received.
OAKLAM) FUUMSHGD ROOMS.
OAKLAND Branch OMce of The Call re-
moved to 111S Broadway. Oakland. Adver-
tisements and pxibscrlptlons received.
OAKLAND FLUXITURE FOR SALE.
AN Introduction to you from H. Bchellhaaa. tb»
fur»ltur« dealer. 11th and Franklin. Oakland.
OAKLAND Branch Office of The Call re-
moved to HIS Broadway. Oakland. Adver-
tlecmetits and lubscriptlons received.
•TiOOa BenlcU. Sclann. Elmlra. Vacarnia,
Bauaeranil Sacnme nto *7:-<3r
•TiOOa Shasta Erraress— Vxito, WBon
EeA BluflT Portland *7:43*f
*7>3Sa Martinez. San Kaiuon. \" illejo. Napa,
Caliatcca ami Santa Rosa 'tttar
*tiB«* Th« OrerlandLiTDlted— Ocden. Den*
ter, Omaha, Chicaga f sil3j
**iS*aBbi> Joj«, LlTermora, Stockton,
lone. Sacramento. Flaeerriileh
Bf »rj«»nie. Cilco. HedlJlult -Mil.lf
•»i3O» •Milton. Oakdaio and Sonera Mtl.ir
•»:O»a Hanr»r(ls. Niles an.l Way Stations. *l 1:13*
•»'««¦» Dat la. Woodland. KnlfbU Landing.
MoxysTilto, OroTille, «Ts-13»
•BiOOt AtUatlo Kipresa— Ogdea and Eart *U: 13.v
*«>UOa Martinez, Tracy. LatLrop. S:ixktoa,
Merc»d and Fresno. *12>IS*r
•BiO«* PortCostk. Kteuoo. MoJaTS aud I.cw
Aokclri *<1«43p
•I •IOOt Vallrjo. Martlaea and Way Station* *O: l.tp
"1 1 iOO a llsTwarda, Nile s anl Way SUtioca. •its 13 r
•I*!OI»k 2«ues, Llmmor?, Stockton. Sacra-
aento. MenUota, Uanford, ViaalJa,
Pcrterrille MilStf
4ls««p Bacramento ItITW Steamers fftsOOr
•Ii«Op Hajwarda. Rlla and Way Buttons. *3t43s>
«*io»r Martiuoz, Hau lluiuon. Vallejo,
Nap*, t'alhtoga. >Saiita Hoaa •» 1 1 ."» •
*4i*op Benlcla. Vacatllle. Kacramsnto,
Woo>llan<l. Kntehts Landi-.if.
Marrarllte. Oro* !!> a l»i-llf *
•4i»O> NUes, Baa J«3oandStf>ckton 'Tsiaj
•»»••¦ Th« Owl Limited— Tracy. Fresno.
BakenfleKi. ija-jsns fcr tia&ta V±t-
bank. 1m» Ad«cl«9 *lat43a,
«3:OOr Encset JLfccjted— El ra*.\ 2«ew Or-
leans ami East fIAhtSA
•SiSOp Btocktoo, Mcrccil, Fresno •13:13>
•3i3Or Fceiiio, UakersUel'l. HauU V. irl.ar*,
Ijcm Angclc«. Doming: £1 Piao,
New *>rle»cs and East *Si 43«
•3i3or Binti In lloute— AtlauUa Expreaa
for Mqlafß ami Tnsi ••!•«•
•¦••Or Ilaywartls. liilea anil a^u J0a0...... *T.»»»
t«:3Vr Vallejo •li.lir
•Oia«r Oriental Mall— Ojdea and East * Sc.-iOp
:?:00r Vallejo, I*cit CosU and Way «U-
tlona {• S3r
•»¦•»» Oregon and California Expr«m,Hao>
TKinciit:). .'.laryaviile, Re<Mlng.
Portlnixf, Pnint Koiiikl anil Taut •^•I.^ §
DIVIDEXD NOTICKS.
DIVIDEND notice—Dividend No. "« (twenty-
flve cents per share) of the Hutchlnnon Sugar
Plantation Company will be payable at the
orflce of the company. No. 127 Market et.. on
and after Tuesday. Feb. :o. WOO. Transfer
books will close on Wednesday. Feb. 14, 1900.
at 3 o'clock p. m.
E. H. SHELDON. Secretary.
.•HiiaAMawaik.CenterTUle..SAaJo3e,Felton,
Boulder Creek.SauU Cruz and Way
Statloca *3<3Ot
t«il Sr Newark, Centerrlllo. Ban .loae, New
AlmaUeD, FeltoD, ISoulder Creek;
JBaota Cnu aod l'tiaclpil V>*j
Stations fl«i.-M»
•<il«-p Ntwsrk. M»n Joti. Los Gito* •uriUj.
IllitSr Hnntcrs' Ezcozslon. San Jose aod,
• Way Stations J7itO»
CREEK ROUTE FERRY.
rrtaSlß fIIHCISCO— Fo»t «f Hirkut Street (S.i» S) —
•7:15 0:00 ll:C0.».a. Jl..*: *2:SO 13.:j
•4:03 tS:C3 # B:C3p.M.
frimOllLlXS— raotafßr3»l»«».— -fl;00 B-.CO 10:00 ».M.
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