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late of 22 Mason St., has removed to Call
building, tenth floor, where he will continue
to give bargains in watches, diamonds. Jew-
elry, silverware, firearms and optical goods;
cash or time payments. Offlce hours— lo to 6.
BAD tenants ejected for $4; collections made;
city or country. PACIFIC COLLECTION CO.,
415 Montgomery gt.f rooms 9-10; tel. 6520.
ROOMS papered, from J3: whitened, $1 up.
painting done. Hartman Paint Co.. 319 Third.
TO leace— Fine oil land in oil district; none but
men of means need apply: one eighth royalty
asked. Answer box 00. Call.
NEAT cottage. S large rooms; with pantry,
folding doors, mantel, hot and cold water;
fine well water; brick foundation: bay win-
dow; wash trays, windmill and tank; lot 40
x 125; price $1200; $100 cash, balance 115 month-
ly; take Berkeley train, get off at Lorin Sta-
tion, aek for RUDOLPH & PERKINS, offlce
open Sundays.
OAKLAND Branch Offlce of The Call re-
moved to 1118 Broadway. Oakland. Adver-
tlFoments and Bub»?rlr)tlonj« received.
.^ . .
$2200. WORTH 13000.
House, 7 rooms; bath; with all modern con-
veniences; fine location and neighborhood;
large lot; driveway, sunny; cloee to cars,
schools, etc.; the beet bargain offered this
year. J. S. MYERS.
1002 Broadway,
33250. VALUE J4OOO.
Located on a "commanding corner;" new
house of 7 rooms; bath, gas and electrical ap-
pliances; new Ideas and designs for "dining-
room," sewing-room; sunny exposure; close
to local train and 3 car lines; space would not
fully present the excellent features; the nobl-
est house built this year; easy terms.
1002 Broadway,
AT 110 cash, X monthly— Fine lots; the choicest
building site; East Oakland; 8 model homes
Just completed; build your home or let Ub
build for you, and stop paying rent; have you.-
home where the climate excels; no fogs or
cold wlndr; soil the best and view the grand-
est; streets all graded and macadamizea; city
water and sewer; 1 block from electric car
and near the local trains; good schools 'and
grand view; Gallndo Tract, adjoining East
Oakland; price |115 upward- call or eend for
circular, 45S Seventh st., Oaklsnd; carriage
free. HENRY Z. JONES, owner.
$IKO— A BARGAIN: 30 acres of land 1H miles
from Eunol: about 300 French prune trees, be-
sides small family orchard and vineyard:
house of 5 rooms; barn; chicken-houses; all
fenced. W. P. RYAN. 960 7th st.. Oakland.
CITY realty; fruit and stock ranchos; loans.
SALSBURY. 90S Broadway, Notary Public.
BARGAIN— Rich, modern. Oakland home. Mrs,
E. C. Fortier. 2429 Piedmont aye.. Oakland.
OAKLAND Branch Office of The Call re-
moved to 1118 Broadway. Oakland. Adver-
tigementg end pubscrlptlons received.
LARGE sunny unfurnished rooms, near Fablola
Hospital; large grounds; reference. Address 1
. box 2708, Call offlce. Oakland.
OAKLAND Branch Office of The Call re- '
moved to 1118 Broadway. Oakland. Adver- ,
tlsements and subscriptions received.
AN Introduction to you from H. Echellhaas. the
furniture dealer. 11th and Franklin. Oakland.
NOTICE of dissolution of partnership. — The
firm heretofore existing under the name and
•tyle of lACCHERI & BACIGALUPI. doing
business in the city and county of San Fran- ,
Cisco, was on the 2Sth day of March, 1599. dls- 1
solved by mutual consent. MR. G. lACCHERI
having purchased the entire Interest of G.
BACIGALUPI in the concern.
Ban Francisco, February 9. 1900.
DlviD^E^D^ r OTICE^DivMend No^ 102 (54
cents per share) of the Oceanic Steamship
Co. will be payable at the offlce of the com-
pany, 527 Market St., on and after Thurs-
day," March 1. 1900. Tranefer books will clooe
on Friday. February 23. 1900. at 3 o'clock
p. m. E. H. SHELDON. Secretary.
SEALED pror>osals will be received at the
office of the Lighthouse Engineer. San Fran-
cisco. Cal.. until 12 o'clock m., March 22,
1900, and then opened, for furnishing all tha>
material and labor necessary for the com-
plete construction of .a light and fog signal
station at Point Arguello. Cal.. in accordance
with BDeclflcatlons. copies of which, with
blank proposals and other Information, may
be had upon application to CHARLES E. L. .
B. DAVIS, Major, Corps, of Engineers, U.
S. A. :
BAN FRANCISCO, Cal.. January 25. 1900.—
Sealed proposals. In triplicate, will be re-
ceived here until 11 o'clock a. m. February 24.
1300, and then opened, for construction of
power-house, electrical machinery, heating
6yetem, ice machine and cold storage, filter
plant, kitchen and laundry machinery, etc.,
for U. S. General Hospital at Presidio of San
Francisco, Cal. Government reserves right
to reject or accept any or all bide in whole or
In part. Preference given to articles of do-
mestic production, conditions of price and
quality- (includtnß in the price of foreign pro-
ductions the duty thereon) being equal, and
such preference given to articles of American
production produced on the Pacific Coast, to
extent of consumption required by the public
service there. Information furnished on ap-
plication to J. M MARSHALL. Deputy Quar-
tfrmsster General. Chief Q. M.
Marriage licenses have been Issued as follows:
John E. Clark, 24, Arcata, Humboldt County,
and Jessie C. Burrows, 20, Arcata, Humboldt
Edmund Walsh, 29, 1907 Harrison street, and
Annie Ackln. 37. 1907 Harrison street.
Charles J. Rock, 27, city, Emma May, 24. city.
Carl Stephans, 30, city, and Laura L. Tubb,
20, city.
Stanley M. Ingalsbe. 21, 1521 O'Farrell street,
and Ada T. Young, 21, 711 Jones street. '
Fernando Tustin, 63, 38 Clara street, and An-
nie M. Michael, 41. 1245' i Valencia street.
John Fahey, 35, 43 Tehama street, and Mar-
tha O'Connell, 2S, 116 South Park.
Cecil M. Haubl. 29, C3l Post street, and Meda
E. Snlbley, 24, 426 Tehama street.
Samuel B. Fugazl, 26, city, and Kathryn M.
Ollva. W. city.
Benjamin F. Tubbesintr, 27. Red Wing, Minn.,
and Mary Ingwersen, 23. 866 Folsom street.
Birth, marriage and death notices sent by
mail will not be inserted. They must be handed
in at either of the publication offices and be
Indorsed with the name and residence of per-
sons authorised to have the same published.
DANA— In this city, February 18, I*oo. to the
wife of Harry Stanwood Dana, a son.
ROLLET— BERLIN— In this city. February 14,
1900, by the Rev. Mr. Sheppard, Thomas V.
Rollet and Lizzie Berlin. -<¦ ?
_— — -
Allen. William Meagher. Ann
Bain Mark F. Mesa. Edward
Brant Mrs. Julia MUllken, John Mlnot
Burke. John F. Morse, Sigourney B.
Craig Eva F. MacGowan, John S.
Dfcker. Barbara O'Brien, Agnes
Desmond. William F. Patterson. Edward
Dolan James Rasmussen, Dorothea
Fangohr, Otto Reynolds. George L.
Forde, Mary J- Thurman. Catherine :
Healy, Elizabeth Wiese, Catharine
Hubachek, Hazel E. Welsh, Richard
Jackson, John R. Windsor, William
Martin, Dr, Wro. N. Woebcke. John W. C
ALLEN— In the City and County Hospital,
February 20. 1900. William Allen, a native of
Massachusetts, aged 62 years.
BAIN" On board . hospital ship Missouri, Mark
F Bain, beloved husband of the late Delia
Bain and stepfather of Michael McDonough,
a native of County Galway, Ireland, aged 42
E7 Officer and members of Marine Engi-
neers' Association No. 35 are invited to attend
the funeral this day (Wednesday), at 10
o'clock, from, the parlors of. J. S. Godeau, 805
Montgomery avenue, thence to St. Francis
Church, where services will be held. Inter-
ment Holy Crocs Cemetery.
(Successors to Flannagan & Gallagher),
30 Fifth St.. opposite Lincoln School.
Telephone South M.
McAUOY «fc CO.. I
1235 Market st., between Bth and 9th. 1
Telephone South 247. |
Third race— One mile; selling; four-year-olds
and upward.
...Joe Mussla .....1001 798 Orion 108
796 None 5uch... ....106 818 Lo« Prletos 10ft
f795f 795 Milt Youug 101 1
Fourth race— Seven furlongs; four-year-olds
and upward; selling.
796 Inverary 11. .....104 796 Lavator .....101
818 Montallade .....104 820 Sorrow 102
'786 Synia 99 817 Mary Klnsella..lO2
796 Rapido 104 796 Einstein 104
Fifth race— Bix furlongs: three-year-olds and
upward: handicap.
810 Potente ..lit 805 Dr. Sheppard.. ..ll2
810 Harry Thoburn..loB ... Joe Mussle 90
(BOB)Vesuvian 87 (75S)St. Casimlr 10
Sixth race— Seren furlongs; four-year-olds
and upward.
795 Terrene 104, 77J Katie Gibbons. .lo4'
811 Uterp 104 792 Florence. Fink... 104
783 Alleviate 107 746 Loving Cup 107
... Lucy Parsons.. .lo7'
Selections for To-Day.
First race— Beautiful BUI. Mildred Hughes.
I saline.
Second , race— Cormorant, Afghan, Sly.
Third race — Joe Mussle, Milt .Young, None
Fourth race— Sorrow, Montallade, Lavatar.
Fifth race— St. Casimlr, Harry Thoburn.Dr.
- Sixth race— Loving; Cup. Alleviate. Katie Gib
BRANT— In Frultvale. on Pearl street, near
Redwood road, February 20, 19C0, Mrs. Julia
Brant, a native of Germany, aged 64 years 3
months and 9 days.
BURKE— In this city, February 18. 1900, John
F.. dearly beloved husband of Bridget Burke
and beloved father of Mrs. M. M. Murdock
and Kathryn. Anna, James and Harry Burke,
a native of County Galway, Ireland, aged 6Z
K7"Frlends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral this day
(Wednesday.) at 8:30 o'clock, from his late
residence, 2431 Bryant avenue, thence to »t.
Peter's Church, where a solemn requiem hlgn
macs will be celebrated for the repose of his
soul, commencing at 9 o'clock. Interment
Holy Cross Cemetery.
CRAIG— In this city, February 20. l»00, Eva F.
Craig, daughter of J. P. McMurray, and sister
of Mrs. W. H. Barrows and O. K. McMurray,
a native of Jackson, Mich., aged 44 years.
, ICTFTiends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Thursday), fropi the residence of W. H. Bar-
• rows. 1450 Hayes street. Interment Mountain
View Cemetery, Oakland.
DECKER— In this city, February 20, ISOO, Bar-
bara Decker, beloved mother of Mrs. Kath-
erine Sands, Henry Decker, Mrs. Rose Jor-
den and Mrs. Louise Nolte, a native of Ger-
many, aced 77 years.
ET Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Thursday), at 2:30 o'clock, from her late resi-
dence, 634 Jessie street, between Seventh ana
Eighth. Interment Odd Fellows' Cemetery.
DESMOND— In this city. February 18, 1900.
William F.. beloved son of William and the
late Margaret Desmond, a native of San
Francisco, aged 30 years.
E7 Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral this day
(Wednesday), at 8:30 o'clock, from the par-
lors of J. C. O'Connor & Co., 767 Mission
street, thence to St. Rose's. Church, where a
requiem mass will be celebrated for the re-
pose of his soul, commencing at 9 o clock.
Interment Calvary Cemetery.
DOLAN— In this city. February 19. 1900. James
Dolan. a native of Ireland, aged 54 years. .
(E7"FTiends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral this day
(Wednesday), at 11 o'clock, from the Chapel
of the Passion attached to St. Mary s Hospi-
tal where a solemn requiem mass will be
celebrated for the repose of his soul, com-
mencing at 7:15 o'clock. Interment Holy Cross
Cemetery by train leaving Third and Town-
send streets at ll:S0 o'clock.
FANGOHR— In this city, February 19. 1900. Otto
Fangohr, a native of Germany, aged 24 years
and 3 months.
tCTThe funeral will take place this day
(Wednesday), at 1:30 o'clock, from the parlors
of J. C. O'Connor & Co., 767 Mission street.
Interment Laurel Hill Cemetery.
FORDE— In this city, February 19, 1900, Mary
J dearly beloved sister of Thomaa. Margaret
and William J. Forde ana Mrs. Ellen How-
ard and aunt of Mrs. Robert Shepston, a na r ;
tlve of Mltchelstown, County Cork, Ireland,
aged 45 years. (Chicago, Lawrence and Bos-
ton papers please copy.)
(C7"Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Thursday), at » o'clock, from her late resi-
dence, 2424 Market street, tbenee to St. Igna-
tius Church, Hayes street, where a requiem
mass will be celebrated for the repose of her
soul, commencing at 9:30 o'clock. Interment
Mount Calvary Cemtery.
HEALY-In this city. February *0. 1900 Eliza-
beth, beloved wife of the late John Healy. a
native of Enfleld, Middlesex, London, Eng-
land, aged 78 years and 11 months.
CyFriends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Thursday), at S:3O o'clock, from her late resi-
dence. 1611 Polk street, thence to St. Brigld's
Church. Van Nees avenue and Broadway,
where a requiem high mass will b« celebrated
for the repose of -her soul, commencing at 9
o'clock. Interment Mount Calvary Cemetery.
HUBACHEK— In this city, February 19, 1900,
Hazel Elizabeth Hubachek, beloved daughter
of Joseph H. and Mable Hubachek, and
granddaughter of John T. Kelly, a native of
San Francisco, aged 3 years 11 months and 2
(ET 'Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral this day
(Wednesday), at 2 o'clock, from the residence
of her parents, 246 Jersey street, between San-
chez and Noe and Twenty-fourth and Twenty-
fifth streets. Interment Mount Calvary Ceme-
JACKSON— In Alameda. February 20, 1900. John
R, beloved husband of Mrs. E. J. Jackson,
end father of Frank C. Jackson and Mrs. M.
J. Miller, a native of New York, aged 77 years
6 montlis and 16 days.
MARTIN-In Oakland, February 20 1900, Dr.
William N. Martin, husband of the late M.
X Martin and father of Alphonse and Irving
m. Martin, a native of Randolph, Vt.. aged
60 years.
MEAGHER— In this city. February 19. 1900.
Ann beloved mother of James F. and Mary
Meagher, a native of Fethard. County Tipper-
ary Ireland, aged 79 years.
C7"The funeral will take place this day
(Wednesday), at 8:30 o'clock, from her late
re«ldence. 111 Guerrero street, thence to Mis-
sion Dolores Church, where a solemn requiem
mass will be celebrated for the repose of her
soul, commencing at 9 o'clock. Interment
MESA— In this city, February 20,' 1900. Edward
Mesa dearly beloved son of Raphael and the
late Ignatius Mesa, and grandson of the late
Pasculala Morgan, a native of Oakland, acid
14 years and 10 months.
MORSE— In Alameda, February 20, 1900. Sigour-
ney B Morse, son of Caroline M. and the late
Charles A. Morse, and brother of Mrs. F. M.
French Mrs. L. M. Slosson and F. C. Morse,
a native of California, aged 34 years.
(C^Notlce of funeral hereafter.
MILLIKEN-In this city, February 19. 1900. at
his late residence, 747 Guerrero street, be-
tween Nineteenth and Twentieth, John Mlnot
Milliken, beloved husband of Rebecca A. Mil-
liken, a native of Sacramento, Cal., aged 40
years 4 months and 2 days;
IDrinterment at Sacramento, Cal., to-
morrow (Thursday), February 22. 1900. Train
leaves Thursday morning at 7 a. m.
MacGOWEN— In this city. February 20, 1900,
John S., beloved husband of the late Anna
MacGowen, and father of Mrs. Albert Eden,
aged 96 years 1 month and 7 days.
O'BRIEN— In this city, February 18. 1800, Ag-
nes, beloved wife of Joseph H. O'Brien, and
daughter of John J. Murphy, and sister of
Mrs. J. J. McElroy and James J. and Loretto
E. Murphy, a native of San Francisco, aged
28 years 7 months and 23 days.
iryFrlends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Thursday), at — o'clock, from her late resi-
dence, 150« O'Farrell etreet, thence to Holy
Crocs Church, Eddy street, where a requiem
high mass will be celebrated for the repose
of her eoul. commencing at 9:30 o'clock. In-
terment Mount Calvary Cemetery.
PATTERSON— In Oakland, February IS. 1900,
Edward Patterson, a native of Liverpool,
England, aged 67 years.
RASMUSSEN— In this city, February 20, 1900,
Dorothea, .dearly beloved wife of Hans Ras-
mussen, and mother of Mrs. Robert Belmond,
Mrs. J. Weyley, Mrs. J. Ralnsey and Joseph,
Annie and Henrietta Rasmussen, and sister
of Conrad and Henry Benson and Mrs. R.
Raemussen, a native of Hanover, Germany,
aged 4S years 8 months and 7 days.
ICT Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited tq attend the funeral to-morrow
(Thursday), at 2 o'clock, from the parlors of
H. F. Suhr & Co,, 1137 Mission etreet, be-
tween Seventh and Eighth. Interment Odd
Fellows' Cemetery.
REYNOLDS— In this city. February 20. 1900.
George Lewta, beloved husband of the late
Eliza G. Reynolds, and father of Edith G.,
Alice R., George L. and Eva L. Reynolds, a
native of London, England, aged 74 years 1
month and 20 days.
THURMAN— In this city. February SO, 1900,
Catherine C. Thurman, beloved mother of E.
W. and I. B. Thurman and Mrs. K. D. Far-
land, a native of Belfast, Ireland., aged 77
years 1 month and 19 days.
WIESE— In Petaluma, February 20, 1300, Cath-
arine, beloved wife of the late Carl J. Wlese,
and mother of Mrs. Julius Petersen, a native
of Germany, aged 79 years 10 months and 6
CyFrlends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Thursday), at 10 o'clock, from St. Vincent*
Church, Petaluma.
WELSH— In this city. February U. 1900, Rich-
ard Welsh, a native of Youghal. County Cork.
Ireland, aged 42 years.
|[7Frlends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral this day
(Wednesday), at 8:45 o'clock, from the parlors
of McAvoy & Co.. . 1235 Market street, ' be-
tween Eighth and Ninth, thence to Bt. Mary's
Cathedral, where a solemn requiem mass will
be celebrated for the repose of his soul, com-
mencing at 9:30 o'clock. Interment Holy Cross
WINDSOR— In this city, February 19, 1900, Wil-
liam Windsor, a native of Massachusetts, aged
82 years.
WOEBCKE— In this city, February 20, 1900,
John W. C. Woebcke, beloved- son of . John
and Johanna Woebcke, and brother of Lizzie
Woebcke, a native of San Francisco, aged
9 months and 18 days.
annual requiem mass for the repose of the
souls of all departed brothers of the Young
Men's Institute will be celebrated Thursday
morning. February 22, at St. Mary's Church
(Paulist), beginning at 10 o'clock.- Relatives
and friends of deceased members are respect-
fully Invited to be present. Sermon by Rev.
P. J. MacCcrry. C. 8. P.
B. B. THOMAS. Pres.
C. L. EBNER. Beo. "
Mr. and Mrs. John M. Duncan and family
desire. to extend their heartfelt thanks to their
friends for their kindness and sympathy In their
late bereavement.
Time— H, :12%; %. :38; %. l:03H: %. 1:30^4. G(y>d" start. Won easing up. . second and third
driving. Winner, E. Corrlgan's *>lk. g.. by Imp. Artillery- Ventura. Wallensteln had noth
ing to < beat. Mont Eagle poorly ridden, rSo was Sunello.
819. SIXTH RACE— Seven furlongs: three-year-olds; purse. $400.
Time— M. :25; V 4, :50; %, 1:16 H. Good start. Won first three driving. Winner. El Corri lran's
b g by imp. Charaxus-Ethle. ' Winner received beet ride. 'Torslna quit. Start beat Nora
Ives" Fashion Plate of no account. "Scratched— Muscalado 109, Aunt Bird 107, P F 103, Schll.
ler 11*. Miss Soak 107, Utero 104.
Hibernia Bank Pays Its Taxes.
The city treasury was enriched yester-
day in the sum of $174,261 99, which repre-
sents the second installment of mortgage
taxes of the Hibernia Savings and Loan
Society collected by Tax Collector Scott.
The force in the offlce has J>een kept busy
for severaJ weeks past making- out be-
tween 7000 and 8000 tax bills on individual
pieces of property held by the bank on
loans, and the /work, having been com-
pleted yesterday morning, the money
was immediately paid in. Tax • Collector
Scott cays a comparative statement of
the amounts collected this year and last
for a period of flfty-twodays shows that
he collected $150,000 more than his prede-
$14. FIRST RACE — Four furlontts: maiden two-year-olds; purse, ,$4OO.
(Copyright, 1900, by H. H. E*bert.)
TANFORAN PARK, Tuesday, February 20, 1900.— Weather jainy. _ Track sloppy.
Track Notes.
From talk around the ring there will
be a scarcity of bookmakers next cut-in
at Tanforan.
W. B. Sink Jr, was very wrathy over
Rio Chico being, ordered scratched by
Starter Caldwell, and not without reason.
The action was taken on the absurd
grounds that the horse was a bad actor.
Then why was Anchored, a notoriously
fractious animal and one barred at Oak
land, allowed to go to the post? Rio Chlco
was allowed to start in hurdle events, get
ting away on each occasion, and only a
few days ago Mr. Sink said he had been
asked by an official of the club to start
his horse In a handicap for which he wan
entered. Other owners complain that
races are declared off simply because Cor
rlgan has no entry to make In them.
The prices realized at the Marcus Duly
sale of thoroughbred horses held last
evening at the Occidental Horse Ex
change, were as follows:
Bonitary, eh. f., 2, by Primrose-Bonha,
$350, Dr. Rowell; Burdock, br. g.. 3, by
Matt Byrnes-Abra Daly, $300, I. Moore
house; Cushion, b. f., 2, by Sam Lucas-Yo.
lande, $100, Dan Honig; Chaste, b. f., 2. by
Jim Oore-imp, British Blue Blood, $275,
G. Cushing; Harry Corby, b. g, 4, by In
verness-Turquols, $100, W. de B. Lopez;
Immodell, eh. c, 2, by Inverness-Model,
$450, I. Moorehouue; Malapert, br. c, 2, by
Inverness-Flirt, $160, A. W. Stotesburys
Montana Chieftain, b. c, 2, by Montana-
Homeless, $900, W. B. Jennings; Salver, b.
f., 2. by Fidelio-Salvia. $100, E. Wilson;
Scotch Belle, b. f., 2, by Inverness-Belle of
Butte. $SOO, O. P. Romlgh: The Gafflr, b.
g., 2, by Uncas-L,aetitia, $700, W. R. L,ar
zelere; Time Center, b. c, 2, by George
Finney-Greenwich, $250, J. Magee; Too
Hot, b. t., 2. by The Pepper-Pert. $200. I.
Moorehouse; Ullagon, b. f., 2, by Inver
ness-Banshee, $150, I. Moorehouse; Ward
man, b. c, 2, by Tammany-Belinda, $2SO.
The following horses, the property of
other owners, were also disposed of:
Major S, $300. S. Holman; Frank Duffy,
$2SO, P. Sheridan^
To-Day's Entries.
First race— Five and a half furlongs; maiden
... Hilou 104 772 La Amiga 103
610 Morella 10* "84 Beautiful 8i11. ..107
78S Tom Sharkey....lO4 671 Coming Event. ..lo3
772 St. Germain 101 &00 Mildred Hughes.lo2
797 March Seven.... 102 .„ Disorderly 104
789 Caesar Y0ung.. .107 811 Red Cherry 103
359 Dreadnaught ...1071 640 Tekla 107
797 Formatus 1041 SOB Isallne 103
Second race— One mile; selling; four- year-olds
and upward.
(785) Royal Prize 109 759 Cormorant 107
794 Sly 105 SOI Jockey Bill 10!>
774 Ben Ledi 102 801 Scintillate 107
801 Correct -104 780 Charles Le 8e1. .100
816 Anchored 101' 806 Afghan .109
778 Colonel R00t.... 109
Tuesday, Feb. ».
Btmr "Willamette, Hansen. 83 hours from
NEWPORT (S)— Arrived Feb »o— Stmr Ban
Pedro, from San Pedro. A. • ~
SEATTLE— Arrived Feb 20— Bchr Maweema.
from San Pedro: ship Occidental, hence Feb >.
Sailed Feb 19— Stmr Farallon, for Skaguay;
stmr City of Topeka. for Skaguay. -
PORT TOWNSEND— Arrived Feb 20— Ship
Jabez Howes, from Honolulu. Sailed Feb 20—
Schr Lottie Bennett, for Honolulu: Br ship
Glenalvon, for Seattle.
PORT TOWNSEND— Arrived Feb 10— Schr
Sequoia, from San Diego.
PORT TOWNSEND— Arrived Fob 10— Ship
Eclipse, from Honolulu.
PORT TOWNSEND-^Arrived Feb 20— Bark-
Theobald, hence Feb 10; bktn Klikltat, from
SEATTLE— SaiIed Feb 20— Br stmr Elm
Branch, for Port Orchard drydock, thence
Feb 22 for Portland.
SEATTLE— Arrived Feb JO— Br ship Glenal
von from Port Townsend; stmr Rosalie, from
Skagnay: stmr Cottage City, from Skaguay.
EUREKA— SaiIed Feb 20— Stmr Oriiaba, for
San Francisco.
NEWPORT— SaiIed Feb JO— Strnr San Pedro,
for San Pedro.
SAN PEDRO— Sailed Feb 20— Stmr Alcatraa,
for ; schr Bella, for Sluslaw.
ASTORlA— Arrived Feb 20— Br Btmr Lennox,
from Manila; stmr Signal, from Seattle: Br
bark Beechdal*. from Honolulu: schr W F Jew
ett, hence Feb 6; tug Samson, with barge Wash
tuna in tow. hence Feb 17.
BLAKELEY— Arrived Feb 20— Schr C S
Holmes, from Honolulu.
UMPQU A— Arrived Feb 10— Schr Lily, hence
Feb 10.
PORT HADLOCK— Arrived Feb 20— Schr Be
quola. from San Diego.
SAN DlEGO— Sailed Feb 20— Stmr Brunswick,
for Ban Francisco.
NEW YORK— Sailed Feb 20— Bark Kaiulaal,
for San Francisco.
YOKOHAMA— Arrived Feb 20— Br stmr Doric,
hence Feb 1.
YOKOHAMA— Arrived Feb IS— Stmr Mon
mouthshire, from Portland, Or., for Hongkong.
Sailed Feb IT— Stmr Tacomo, {rom Hongkong,
for Tacoma.
YOKOHAMA— SaiIed Feb 17— Stmr Tacoma,
for Tacoma. Arrived Feb 19— Br stmr Mon
mouthshire, from Oregon; Feb 14— Br stmr
Algoa, hence Jan 22. (
BANTA ROSALlA— Arrived Feb U— Bktn
Gardtner City, hence Jan 2L
GUAYMAS— SaiIed Feb 17— Bktn Northwest,
for Santa Rosalia.
MAZATLAN— SaiIed Feb ll— 6chr Lens
Sweasey, for .
LA PAZ— Sailed Feb 14— Schr Martha W.
Tuft, for .
SANTA ROSALIA— In port Feb 15— Br ship
Thornliebank, to sail this day for Portland. Ar
rived Feb 2— Br ship Barfilla, from Hamburg.
HULL— Arrived Feb 17— Fr bark Duguesclln,
hence Oct 11. for Queenstown. Sailed Feb 4—4 —
Fr bark Amlral Troude. for Havre.
NEW TORK— Sailed Teb 20— Stmr Lahn, for
Bremen, via Southampton.
GIBRALTAR— SaiIed Feb 19— Kaiser Wllhelm
II from Genoa and Naples, for New York.
MELBOURNE— Arrived Feb 20— Stmr Indra
ghirl, from New York.
AUSTRALIAN PORT— Arrived Feb 20— Stmr
Ferndene, from New York.
SIDNEY, N. S. W.— Arrived Feb 20— Stmr
Moana, from San Francisco.
BOULOGNE— Arrived Feb 20— Stmr Staten
dam, from New York, for Rotterdam, and pro-
NEW YORK— Arrived Feb 20— 6tmr Spaarn
dam, from Rotterdam.
Continued from Page Eight.
Boxer Jack Stelsner of this city and Joe
Butler of Philadelphia were matched last
night by the National Athletic Club to
fight here March 9. The match has b*en
pending for some time, strong efforts be
ing made to bring the men together. It ti
expected they will make a great exhibi
tion, as both men are hard hitters and can
stand punishment. As a preliminary bout
"Crockey" Boyle and Frank Rafael will
also go twenty rounds.
- The regular boxing exhibition of the Co
lumbia Athletic Club will be held In the
club's Golden Gate avenue arena to-night.
The main bout will be between W. Cole
and W. Decoursey. The preliminary bouta
will have as principals William Condon
and William Perry, Jack Dennis and Will
iam Martin. The betting at Corbett s on
the . Cole-Decoursey bout was at even
money last night.
Monday. February "6. I*oo.
At 12 O'clock Noon,
SW. corner ISth and Shctwell ets.; store, cot-
tase of 4 rooms and J flats of I and 4 rooms;
rents $55; lot 35x90; subject •confirmation by
the court.
IT. 7 Jackson ct., S. line, near Scott st. : mod-
ern residence of 10 rooms and bath; brick foun-
dation, etc.; lot 27 :ex127 :8 1 / i.
Pierce rt.. weet line. JOO ft. north of Vallejo;
epaetous house m-lth large grounds; lot 76x
2»X); subject to confirmation by the court.
NE. corner Sacramento and Devisadero sts.;
elegant modern residence of 12 rooms; beauti-
fully frescoed, with dance hall In attic; ele-
gant view; one of the fiaeet corner* in the
Weetera Addition; house comparatively new;
finished ba>*ment for banquet hall; all front
window in French plate glass; interior finished
in natural osk: fine art windows and up-to-date
in every r*-Fi't-ct : lot 52:3**1:2; tnurt be sold, as
owner intends residing abroad permanently.
NW. cor I'aclflc and Sansome sts.; improve-
ments oensist of 4 stores and one dwelling;
rente 1113 per month; bcth streets accepted by
the city; lot 34xC7.
112 12th aye.. near Lake ft. ; cottage of 4
rooms and bath: high basement and rtable; rent
j:i: lot 25x120: this prr>j.«rty faces the propoeed
new Panhandle, between the Park asd Presidio.
FW. corner of 20th aad Eureka ste. ; modern
reeldence of 8 rooms and bath; brick founda-
tion, etc; commanding a fine view; lot 100x100.
S4l Eancfcet ct., E. line, near 16th ft.; bay-
window cottage of 5 rooms and bath; brick
foundation, etc.; stable In rear; rent $15; lot
SIS-J2O-522 Point Loboe aye.. N. line, near
Wood »t. ; 2-etory bay-winfiow house of 6 rooms
and 2 flats of 5 and 6 rooms each; lot MxSI:S.
For further particulars apply at our office.
G. H. UMBSEN A CO.. Auctioneers,
14 Montgomery St.
RARE chance— New house of 6 rooms, bath and
' closets, all in modern Ftyle; carpenter shop
and outhouse* in back yard: lot 60x70; splendid
location, near Mission power house. Prospect
aye. ; street and sewer work done; worth over
jr«0; will sell f«r tl«SO on easy terms. Call on
the owner. 45 Proertect aye.. and look at it,
and If it suit* inquire of THISTLETON. 272
fttdnvi «.. Ocean View, or of McEWEN
BROS . 11* Montgomery et., agente.
IF you have lots in Richmond district, north of
the Park, that you wish to cell quickly then
call on W. J. GUNN. £30 California et.
FOR EALE— A beautiful orchard home prop-
erty of StS acres, all in full bearing trees,
one-third prunes, the balance peaches, pears,
apricots and cherries, wtth grx>d Improve-
ments, situated In the warm foothill belt of
Santa Clara Valley, » miles west of San Jo»«.
« miles from Santa Clara and 4 miles from
Mountain View: paying a good Income; price
only $T5.000. For particulars address A. L.,
Call Agency, gan Jose.
«ED VALUE. - .-•¦-''.
SO acres rich loam: no adobe; fenced; 3 fields;
10 highly cultivated; 30 wooded hill pasture;
25 acres bearing orchard; 6-room residence;
large barn: poultry arransements: 3 living
springs, trout creek and w*-lls; fine road ad-
jacent to Napa; including stock and tools,
on'.r JK.OO.
1« Geary «t.. orP- Chronicle building. S. F.
M GRIFFIN. 719 Market et., near Call bldr..
Fe'.ls and exchanees city realty and farms in
all rarte of California: call on him.
1 W. HORN, Sl2 Main et., Petaluma: real es-
tate and thoroughbred Belrlan hares. Send
for fr»» llet nf Snnorpn County barralne.
"rooms for housekeeping.
CaLIPORNIA. 2S2J— Sunny room; 1 or 2 gentle-
men; breakfart if desired; private family;
r*?»*TTnce« exchanged.
FILLVOP.E, 2212, near Clay— s7; 2 large sunny
unfurnished rooms; nic« yard ; water.
FOLSOM. 216-21* — Four to. clx housekeeping
rooms: complete; water and gas^
FOLSOM 834— Sunny bay-window room and
kitcipn, modem house; 112; also 1 houseke«p-
lng. IS; private.
GOUDBSf GATE aye., I«l&— Finely furnished
floot, complete: tun; bath; yard; cheap.
HARBISON. 731— Three rooms, furnished com-
plete for housekeeping; large yard; bath;
rent t!3-
JOKE?, 2COI. cor. Greenwich— Two large sunny
furr.inhed housekeeping rooms; $10; others un-
LEROY place, 114. bet. Jones & Leavenworth— 3 ;
very pleasant sunny housekeeping rooms: ti.
LEWIS. 18. off Taylor, near Poet-4 furnished
upstairs rooms; $15.
MORRIS aye., 37— Furnished room to let for
CLASSIFIED advertisements and subscriptions
received at Call branch office. 2220 Fillmore et.
A BRANCH offlce lor CaU advertisements and
subscriptions has b»*n established at the.
northwest corner of Twenty-second and Ken-
tucky ets.; open till » p. m.
A BRANCH offlce for the reception of adver-
tisements and subscriptions has been opened
at 123 Polk st.; open until » p. m.
A BRANCH office for Call advertisement" and
rvcscrlptl'JSS has been established at 10*6 Va-
lerds st.
lIOOUS TO LET— Porn, and I'ntorn.
A— BRUNSWICK HOUSE, 14« Sixth— Rooms
Re to Jl per Mrht: tl 25 to S3 per week, und
Ufht housekeeping: open all night.
A--THE ELMEII HOUSE." 824 Bu*h St.. ad-
jclnlng the Rusi Hotel; 64 rooms; all prices.
BOHEMIA, 223 Post. cor. Stockton— Sunny cor-
ner suite and single rooms: hot and cold
water; elevator and all conveniences.
BURNETT 142* Market et. (old No. 13M)-Fur-
tUaed rms.. culteg. tingle; also unfurnished.
CARROLLTON. 1206 Market, cor. Golden Gat»
a ye . — B unn y corner; well 1 furn.: rms. tc offices.
CLASSIFIED advertisements »nd wubecriptlons
Vef»!ved «t Call branch offlce. 2200 FlUmore.
i 23 EDDT, near Van Nees aye.— Two newly
furnished and one unfurnished room to ltt.
For particulars call mornings.
FLLIS 752— Nicely furnished, large, very sunny
'front' room; bath; reasonable^
FOLSOM. T39-lArs;e room, fireplace: house-
keeping and elngle room*; sunny; reasonable.
FOLSOM. MS. corner Sixth (The Oliver)— Sunny
furnished rooms; suites or single; new mgmt.
FPANKLIN 21(Newport House)— Sunny rooms;
taV widows: run, water; gas; II 25 to 12 50.
CHART. «6 <The Navarre)-£leranuy t^Uh-
ed rooms, en eulte or single. MRS. H. HYEK.
UaTgHT. 100 — Elegantly furnished sunny
rooms tingle or en suite. •
HANCOCK Uoum, 781 Mission— Select family
rooming house: tl 50 to 16 per week.
HOWARD. K2»-Clean. respectable: »c-»l P«
right: tl-O per week; Howard cars to door.
MINNA ta. corner Elghth-Newly furnished
bay-window room, tl P«r week; transient.
MISSION— «2— Nice eunny rooms, suitable for
cot/tle or two gentlemen; also housekeeping
rooms. '
KI??SION 1425— Front and back parlors; also
•!nrle room; suitable for 2 jenUemen; nicely
furniched and reagonable.
OTAKRELL, 2»-Buany furnished rooms and
c fSces; elevator: electric lights; day, wk.. mo.
ROTAL Douse. 128 Ellis st.— lncandescent light,
reading room, smoking room and ladles par-
lor; roome. per nlrht, 35c to II 60; week. « to
»• month. U to 130; elevator on offlc. floor,
rooms with hot and cold water: baths.
ROSEDALE House, m & 321 Ellis st.-Rooms
nl/h"gcto tl: week. 31 25 to M: QP«n nigh*
SEVENTH. K£— Four eunny rooms; IS per
month, - .
fcHERMAN Apartment Houie. 28 Eighth St..
"ear Market— Furnlthed and unfurnished.
THE Oaks U» Third— A jrood rooming house
for good people. R. HUGHES. Proprietor.
jl BRANCH offloe for Call advertisements and
A ri^crV P Uons ha« been established at the
northWMit corner of Twenty-eeoond and Ken-
tncky ets.; open until * p. m.
A HRANCH offlce for the reception of adver-
Osements and eub*crlpt!on« has been opened
. at 1223 Polk «t.: open till 8 p. m.
A BRANCH office for Call advertisements and
eubecrlptlons has been established at ICJI Va-
lencia st.
J^^T^rhTs^om^itlTlady who will care for
child during day. Sox 425». Call offlce.
KENTED. repaired, bought, sold; machine sup-
plies. Standard Agency.l4S <th; phone Mint 45.
ALL kinds bourht. sold, exchanged, rented; re-
pslrlng at lowest rat** 20S Fourth st.
PIERCE-RODOLPH Storage and Moving Co.
Office. 401 Post it, cor. Powell; teL Main {711.
An Elaborate Programme of
Sports Will Be Decided
To-Morrow, »i
The dashing horsemen of Burlingame
Country Club and of San Mateo County
Hunt have an ambitious programme of
sport prepared for them for to-morrow.
They will journey to Menlo Park, in the
morning and at 9 o'clock will gather about
the hospitable board of J. J. Moore, who
will entertain them at a hunt breakfast.
At 11 the hounds will be at Fair Oaks,
where the hunt will commence under the
direction of Francis J. Carolan, master of
the hunt. The line will be laid toward
the northward, the finish being near Bur-
At 2 o'clock the most spectacular part
of the sport will be commenced on the
race track owned by Walter S. Hobart.
There will be six races in all, the most
important being the. four-mile steeple
chase over stiff country, valuable . sliver
cups being offered in each event. The
lowest weight in all the races will be 165
pounds. Chief interest In the pony races
centers in the first appearance here of
those recently purchased in Southern Cal
ifornia by Captain W. H. McKittrlck. The
Burlingame men will do their best to re
tain the honors with the ponies which
have carried their colors before on the
San Mateo tracks. Lieutenant Haynes of
the Presidio will have the mount on the
McKittrick representatives. Among the
other well known amateur horsemen who
will don silk for the occasion will be Wal
ter S. Hobart. Peter Martin, F. J. Caro
lan, Charles Dunphy and others. The en
tries for the races are:
Quarter-mile, qualified polo ponies— R. M.
Tobln's Duke; Peter Martin's. Lady Jane Gray;
F. J. Carolan's 8choolglrl; Charles Dunphy's
Blackbird: Thomas Driscoll's Killarney; Ed
Tobln's Field Mouse, and W. E. Lester's Tam
bourine. .
Quarter-mile, race ponies 14.2 hands and un
der-Captain W. H. MoKittrlck's Grandee and
Pipapa; Peter Martin's Honest Robin; F. J.
Carolan's Lady Barbara; Hugh Hume's Spice;
W. E. Lester's Dum Dum, and Walter S. Ho
bart's Camanche and Slats.
Three-quarter-mile, for carriage horses, to
be trotted under saddle — Walter 8. Hobart' s
Ned Greenway; F. J. Carolan's Stella and Peter
Martin's Repete. '
Due d'Abruzsl cup race — W. El Lester's Mis
ter Buller; Peter Martin's Major Rathbone; R.
M. Tobin's Duke; Perry Eyre's Lizard, and
Walter S. Hobart' s Six Bits and Brandy.
. Flve-elghths-mile, for race ponies under M.t
hands— Captain W. H. McKlttrick's Pipapa and
Grandee; Peter Martin's Honest Robin; F. J.
Carolan's Fusillade; Hugh Hume's Bplce, and
Walter B. Hobart' s Camanche and Slats.
Point to point, four-mile pink-coat steeple
chase — Peter Martin's Ramnera; F. J. Carolan's
Diana and Scarborough, and W. S. Hobart' s
Mestor. Royalty and Comet.
Acknowledged Champions in
Various Classes to Appear
in Olympic Club,
The boxing and wrestltngr tournament of
the Olympic Athletic Club has suddenly-
Jumped into prominence with the comple
tion in the East of the annual champion
ship meeting of the Amateur Athletic
Union. Through the generosity of the
directorate of the Olympic Club the
champion of each class will Journey to
this coast to meet the best the local clubs
can send forth.
Boxins:— William Cullen, 103 pounds. Union
Settlement Athletic Club: Hu*h Murphy. 115,
Bartholomew Athletic Club; John L. Scholes,
125, Canadian. English and American cham
pion: John J. Hopkins, 135. Union Settlement
Club: J. J. Dukelow. 155. Rochester Athletic
Club, and William Rodenbach, 153, New West
side Club.
Wrestling"— W; L. Nelson. 105 pounds; Joseph
Renzland. 115; August Kursman. 125. and Max
Wiley. 133, 145 and 158-pound classes, all of St.
George Ahtletlc Club.
The local boxers who have already en
tered the lists are:
Bantam welrhts, 115 pounds — Frank McCon
nell Jr. and D. Danzlger.
Feather weight, 125— W. J. Leonar.
Lightweights. 135— D. CarroU. W. Eager,
James Brltt and James Mulligan.
Welterweights, 145— William Oooby and J. W.
Finck. with probably three men from Reliance
Athletic Club.
Middle-weights— Stewart Simpson and Joseph
Heavy-weight— Clement Mllward.
Wrestlers— l3s-pound class— James A. McKen
zie and W. McLaren.
155-pound— G. A. Hensley, CD. Pentony and
Arthur Bruman.
145-pound — J. 11. Splro and C. S. Pray.
158-pound— F. B. Bayly and William F.
Heavy-weight— W. R. McCullough and Fred
Cullen and Nelson, the Eastern men In
the 105-pound class, will not come unless
they agree to go in the next higher class.
as there is no one of their weight here to
meet them. The athletes are to leave New
York on the Sunset limited on Saturday
and are due here next Wednesday at 8:30
a. m. As they are all In fine condition
now, the rest, together with the week's
training 1 , will do them good. All regis
tered ameateurs are eligible, whether at
tached to clubs or not. There, is still
time to register, blanks being obtainable
at the Olympic Club.
The regular ladies' night will be held
at the Olympic Club to-night. A fine pro
gramme has been prepared. Chief of
Police W. P. Sullivan and the members of
the Police Commission have been especi
ally invited by the directors.
Truimi irntp itiul nr» «ln« (a nrrlve •*
OUln.Line. Foot of Market Street) ¦
uati — Frou Decxube* 13, 1339. — Ajutrrs
•7:«Oa Eeniria, Bulsud, Emir», VaeaTQle, ¦
Bmasey and Sacrmjcnto ; *?*43>
•7:00 a Skasts, Express— Darin, Willows.
Bed Bluff. Portland *7»43»
•7s3Oa Martinez, Uao Ramon, Vallejo. Napa»
Callstcga awl Santa Bnsa •OtlSy
*SsBoa The Overland Limited— Osden. Dea- '
»er. Omaha. Chicago *3if3y
•SiSc-a Ban Jose, f.mriuore, Htockt-w, v .
lose, i&craincuto, FlacerviUe,
- M.ir>B»i:io. iiisco. i:«iii::»:r Mimj
•*i3»a •Milton. Oak dale ami Sonera MjlSf
*S:0O* HaywsrJs, Niles arul Way stations. M 1i43«
•»:©Oa Dstls, Woodland. Knishts Landing
ilarysrllle, Oro»Ulo_ *7:I3»
• DsOO* AtUullJ Kxpreu— Ogdan and East •U:l3*
••:OOa Martinez, Tracy. LaUirop. Stockton. y
Jlcrcilaud L'rcnao. •12t13r
•Bi*j«a Tort Costa, i'resuo. llojare ami Los
Augelra •a>-t.ls>
•10:00 1 Valid i. Martinez and Way Stations *B: ir,»
•1 1 :OOa Ha jirax Js, K lira ard Way SUtions. *Ss43sj
•ISIxOOx Niles, LJvermore. Stockton, Macro.
st-nto. Mcndota. llanfoxd. Vuaiij,
Fcrterrillo *4tlS«
<l:O«p Sacramento i:iTerBfenm«T9 **tOO»i
•SiOOp Uaywards. NUcs acd Waj Stations. •3M3»
•4V:O»r MartiuHX, Han Uamon. VaUeJo,
Napa, Callstogit. tiaiita Rosa **tl3*
•41i««r BenlcJa, Vacat llle, hacraiuenlow
Woouland, Knights Landing,
MarjaTl;!:-. Oro»il!o •lOj-i3»
MiSOt Mies. Ban Jnjoam! Stockton •7U3#
•S:«N»rTbo Owl Limited— Tracy. Fresno,
BakenoeM. tiangas for 6anU Bar-
bara. Los Angela M«i43.fc
«3<oor Sunset Ui, iseU— hi Faso. Xc» Or-
leacsanrt East ei^rlS*
•3i3or Stockton. Mcrcetl. Fr-ano Mtf:l-i?
¦3t3or Fresno. lUkeraiioM. banU Barbara,
Los Acseles. Demlng; £1 ri.o,
New Orlcan3 snd East •9:4.1*
•3i3Or Hkiit* V'n llimtt, — Atlantic Express
for JliiUi'i ami East ¦¦rl.lv
•O:OOp XlaywarUa, Xiles ami San Joto *T; l» »
f«:3Or Vallejo »I3tI.TF
•0:3«»r Oriental Mai!— Og lon and Ea«t «»:S»f
17:00r Veiled Fort C'oaia and Way Sta-
tions. 19:53*
•SiO3r Oreson aad California Kxi>reu,Hao>
ramento, Marystllle, Ki-.LIImk,
Portion.!. Puget Soim.l ami I'aat «*i!3|
COAST DIfISIOS (Narrow (ixugt).
(Foot ct Market Street)
•tUl3AN«wark.C'eutt.TTi.l<\.S»nJaj«. fcVUon.
UonlUur Creek, Sauta Cruz and Way
HUtluua , ¦3tO«S
tZilSr Newark, Centervllle. San Jose, New
Almaien, Folton, i:oult!er Creek.
Banta Cruz sod Viincloal Way
Stations flwrfl**
>'Mtl3r Newark. Baa Jose. Lcs Catoa. •S>s!v« >
IllMSp Unnters* Excursion. San Jess and
WayStaticrs HB***H 8 ***
rtimSn rat SCISCO— Fust *r Jluktt SlmMSlipS}—
•7:15 9.00 11:00 a.M. }I:C3 *S:C3 t3:C9
•i:C3 tS:C3 '6:03 r.M.
rr»m OAIURB— U»l •fttuiwiLj.— *B:«o 8:00 10:Cfl«.a.
t!2:C3 '1:03 t3:S3 »3::3 ti:C3 -SiCCf.a.
COAST DIVISION (Broail G«nge).
(Third aiid TownaeiMl Sta.)
t«ilOA Oceau View. South tUn Francisco.. ttti3osj
•7:»Oa Man Joae m»l Way Stations (New
;' ' Almsdcu Wednesdays onlj) *liSo#
»ettO»A H»n Jose. Ties riuos. Hunt it Cms.
' Pacitia OrofA. Paso Koines, Ban
• I.nU OliHro, Barf. Lompoo auJ
Frluclrsi Way Stations J Mijw*
¦14U40* Baa Joso «»U Way SUUons \ •O:S3*
•IH3O* Ban Joso and Way Stations •3i30»
• : «*r43r San Matra, ltedwood. .Menlo Pars;
• Palo Alto, Sant* Clara. San.loae.
, Tns Flaos. Santa Cruz. SaUnaa,
Monteiej ami l'acfdo Gr0ve...... tlOttfl*
'wS:3»r Km Joan a.i<i Way Station. *?i3»e
fltlSr Saa JoaoanU Principal Way Stations •*.' t.Vt
43:«0r San Jose and Principal Wa7 SUUons !•¦¦¦*
*3:30f San Joie and Priacinal Way SUUons ¦•:::.">«,
•«t:iOr6an Joeeond Way Stations t« : n<u
t11:4.1r 9an Joso and Way SUtions »7s3tfy
A for Morning. P fox Afternoon.
* Daily. t Sunday executed. t Sunday ooly.
6 Saturday cnly:
AZsesdavs and Fridays • Thursdays aad Scndat v
Tlburon Ferry, Foot of Market St
WEEK DAYS— 7:3O. 9:00, 11:00 a. m. : 13:33.
J:36. 5:10, 6:30 p. m. Thursdays— Extra tri[>
at 11:30 p. m. Saturdays— Extra trips at I:5'J
and 11:30 p. m.
SUNDAY?— B:OO. 9:30. 11:00 a. in.: 1:30. 3:30.
5:00, 6:20 p. m.
WEEK DATS— «:IO, 7:50, 9:20. 11:10 a. m.; 12:45.
3:40, 5:10 p. m. Saturdays— Extra, trips at
1:53 and 6:3J p. m.
SUNDAYS- 8 :10. 9:40, 11:10 a. m.; 1:40. 3:40. 5:03.
6:25 ». m.
Between San Francisco and Schuetzen Parlc
same schedule as above. -
Leave Arrive
San Francisco. In Effect Ban Francisco.
October 15, i •
Week Sun- 1*99. Sun- We?k
Days. days. Destination. days, j Days.
7:30 am 8:00 am . Novato. 10:40 am] 3:40 am
3:30 pm 9:30 am Petaluma. 6:05 pmlO:2."> am
5:10 pm 5:00 pm Santa Roaa. 7:35 pm| 6:22 pm
7:30 am Windsor. 10:23 aia
S:3opm 8:00 am Cloverdale. 7:33 pm (:Spm
7:30 ami Ilopland and! !
| 3:00 am Uklah. | 7:33 pra; «:23 prn
7:30 am 10:25 ara
3:00 am Guerneville. 7:33 pm
3:30 pm j | I:C pra
7:30 am 8:00 am Sonoma 9:15 am' 8:40 ana
and [
E:l9 pm 5:00 pm Glen Ellen. (:0S pm! 8:23 pm
7:30 ami 8:00 ami SebajtopoL 110:43 am; 10: 25 am
3:3i>pm| 5:00 pm| | 7:35 pmi «:2J pm
Stares connect at Santa Rosa for Mark West
Springs and White Sulphur Springs; at Lytton
for Lytton Springs: at Geyserville for Ska^gs
Springs: at Cloverdale for the Geysers; at Hop-
land for Duncan Springs. Highland Spring
Kelseyville, Carlsbad Springs, S. «L.i Itay. Lak»-
port and Bartlett Springs: at Uklah for Vichy
Eprinfrs, Saratoga Springs. Blue Lak»*, Laurel
Dell Lake. Witter Springs. Upper Lake, Porno.
Potter Valley. John Day* 3. Riverside, Llerl^y'si.
Bucknell's. Sannedrin Heights. Hullvllle. Orr"s
Hot Springs, Mendoolno City. Fort Bragg.
Westport, Usal, Wlllitts. Laytonville. Cum-
mine's, Bell's Springs. Harris. Otsen's. Dyetv
Scotia 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. CO Market St., Chronicle bids.
General Manager. Gen. Pass. Agent.
California Limited
Santa Fe Route
This is Che quickest running and most
luxurious train across the continent.
Connecting Train Leaves San Fr anciscoi
5 P.JI. .Monday, Wednesday, Friday* and
ssturday, arriving in Chicago at 2:15
P.il la time to connect with all limited
trains for New York.
OVERLAND Leaves San Francisco at 5:30
FYddfcc P- «. with Palace and Tourist
i\ all v car » for Kans » s CUT, St. Lonia,
DAILY Chicago and East.
Local trains between Stockton, VALLEY
Fresno, Hanford, Vtsalia, Tulare rm a n
and Bakexsfield. KUAU
SEE YOU IN San Francisco office. 623
¦FD!C,m SfiflN Market Street, Phone Mai a
TKI3IU ZVVIH 1531 . Oakland, Hid Broad-
way; Sacramento, 2CI. J Street; Saa Jose, 7 West
Santa Clara Street.
Via Satisalito Ferry.
Commencing October 1, 1839.
WEEK DATS— TiCO, *9.a0. 11:00 a. m.; «1:«.
*S:4O. 5:15. 6:00. 6:30 p. ra.
EXTRA TRIPS— For Mill Valley and San Ra-
fael, on Mondays. Wednesdays and Saturdays.
at A:00 and 11:30 o. m.
SUNDAYS— »8:00 i. •10:00. 11:30 a. m,; "XUa,
1:15. M:4S. 4:30, 9:00 p. m.
Trains marked (•> run to San Qu»ntin.
WEEK DAYS/-s:tt, **:33. 7:<5, •S.tU a. m-i
•12:20. 1:15. «3:«: # 5:13 p. m.
EXTRA TRIPS on Mondays. Wednesdays ana
Saturdays at 6: W and 10:15 p. m.
SUNDAYS— «:2O. »S:3O. 10:00. 11:4$ a. m.;
n:4O. •»:«. 4:43. ««:30 v. m.
Trains marked «•) start from San Quentta.
WEEK DAYS— 3:I3. «:45. 7:55, 1:43 a. m.;
U:K, 2:35. 3:43. 3:2) p. ra.
EXTRA TRIPS on Mondays, Wednesdays and
Saturdays at 7:00 and 10:20 p. tn.
SUNDAYS— B:O3. 10:05 a. m. ; 1X:«S. 2:13. I:Z^
1:00. C:C p. m.
1:00 a. m. week days— Casadero and way etstlona.
1:44 p. m. Saturdays— Tomales snd way stations.
I UJO *. ra. Sua Jays— To males and war statlooa.
Pacific Coast Steamship Co.
Steamers leave Broadway
•w wharf, San Francisco:
RV^ For Alaskan ports, 10 a. m.
tSJFjgW. Feb. 20. 25; Mar. 2. Change
IfgiSgJlfcsw to company's steamers at
Ef£M3M >Ai For Victoria, Vancouver
KwaK^^rai (B. C), Port Townsend.
/^^^KlgftlPfl Seattle. Tacoma, Everett,
Anacortes and New What- i
fom (Wash.). 10 a. m., Feb. !
20, 23; Mar. 2, and every fifth day thereafter;
change at Seattle to this company's steamers
for Alaska and G. N. Ry. : at Tacoma to >.". P.
Ry.: at Vancouver to C. P. Ry.
For Eureka (Humboldt Bay), 2 p. ra., Feb.
18, 23, 28, Mar. 6, and every fifth day thereafter.
For Santa Cruz. Monterey, San Simeon, Cay-
ncos. Port Harford (San Luis Oblspo). Oavlota.
Banta Barbara. Ventura, Hueneme. San Pedro.
East San Pedro (Los Angeles) and Newport, 9
a. m., Feb. 16, 20. 24, 2S, Mar. 4, and every
fourth day thereafter.'
For San Diego, stopping only at Port Harford
(San Luis Oblspo), Santa Barbara. Port Los
Angeles and Redondo (Los Angeles). 11 a. m..
Feb. 18. 22, 26, Mar. 2. and every fourth day
For Ensenada, Magdalena Bay, San Jose del
Cabo. Mazatlan, Altata, La Paz. Santa Rosalia
and Guaymas (Mex.), 10 a. m., 7th of each
For further Information obtain company's
The company reserves the right to change
steamers, sailing dates and hours of sailing,
without previous notice.
TICKET OFFICE —4 New Montgomery
street (Palace Hotel).
10 Market st.. San Francisco.
THE 0. R. & N. 00.
From Sveav-street Wharf at 10 a. m.
CADE Xl 2 First Class Including Berth
FAnC $8 Second Class and Meals.
COLUMBIA sails Feb. 17. 27, Mar. 9, 19
Feb. 22, March 4. 14. 24
Short line to Walla Walla, Spokane. Butte.
Helena and all points in the Northwest.
Through tickets to all points East.
E. C. .WARD, General Agent.
630 Market st.
. Superintendents.
Stopping at Cherbourg, westbound.
From New Tork every Wednesday, 19 a, m.
St. Louis Feb. 21 St. Paul March 14
FrleMand Feb. 2$ Kensington ..March 21
New Tork ....March 7 New Tork ....March 23
New York; °od Antwerp.
From New Tork every Wednesday. 1J noon.
Noordland Feb. 211 We«ternland .March 14
Frlemland Feb. 28 1 Kensington ..March 21
Eouthwark ...March 7lNooniland ...March 23
Seattle, St Mlcbael, Cawson City.
; For full information regarding freight and
' passage apply to
SO* Montgomery St.. or any of its agencies.
ner of First and Brannan streets. 1 p. m..
for TOKAHAMA and HONGKONG, calling at
Kobe (Hlogo), Nagasaki and Shanghai, and
connecting at Hongkong with steamers for
India, etc. No cargo received on board on day
of sailing.
AMERICA MARU Wednesday, March 7
HONGKONO MARU ?.Bat&rday. March 31
NIPPON MARU Wednesday, April 25
Via Honolulu.
Round-trip tickets at reduced rates. For
freight and passage apply at company's office.
421 Market St.. corner First
W. H. AVERT. General Agent.
Sailing every Thursday instead of <TfTr>
Saturday, from November S, 1839, at ¦«'*t^£*».
10 a. m., from Pier 42, North River, foot of
Morton st. : LA GASCOGNE, Feb. 12; LA TOU-
RAINE. March 1- LA BRETAONE. March i;
L'AQUITAINE, March 15. First class to
Havre, $60 and upward; 5 per cent reduction on
round trip. Second class to Havre. $45: S per
cent reduction on round trip. GENERAL
CANADA, tS Broadway (Hudson building).
New Tork. J. F. FTJGAZI & CO.. Paciflo
Coast Agents. 6 Montgomery aye.. Ban Fran-
fHVKMIft: The 8. S. Alameda
JwAAaIU, ialls vla Honolulu and
, w K t frm " am Auckland for Sydney
y™. -—^ Wednesday. Feb. 11.
CbiS^ L* -1 at Bn, in.
!SfftnKnine) Th « s - a - AnstralU
G)luIlllJlliy v .gji, tor Honolulu
fOdlfiflfZil- Wednesday. March T.
VUUI pUIIeT ijoo. at 1 p. ra.
Favorite line around the world via Hawaii.
Farnoa. New Zealand. Australia, India, Sues.
England, etc.; 1610 erst class.
I D. SfrtctK&Lb « U (vO3. CO.. Agts., (14 Montgomery
Pier 7. Foot Pacific St FretoMOfflpe.aa? Market St
"lorTsTnayy yard and yallejo.
Steamer "Montlccllo."
iiON., Tues.. Wed,. Thurs. and Eat. at 9:43
a. m. : J:l5, 8:30 p. m. (ex. Thurs. night): Fri-
days, 1 p. m. and 8:50: Sundays, 10:30 a. m., S
p m. Landing and offlce. Wanton-street Dock.
Pier No. t. Telephone Main 1508.
Leave Saa Francisco via Sauialito Ferry.
Week days— — — — •:» a. m. and l:4i p. ra.
Sundays 8:00, 10:00 a. m. and IMS p. m>
Btsarn-heated closed car en all trians.
Fare— Sao Francisco to Bummlt aad Return,
C4Bv •
a Dr. Gibbon's Dispensary,
625 KEABXT AT. Established
I in 1 554 for the treatment of Private
Diseases, Lost Manhood. Debility or
I disease rearing on body and mind and
Skin Diseases. The doctor cures when
| others fall. Try him. Charges low
|Cor»«rn»riißlrfd. Callorwrite.
IB BON. n«x 1937. San Frandsca
Time xa ;25U: H. :61%4. Good start. Won easily, second and third driving. Winner, J.
Naglee' Burk's eh. f., by Brioso-Andante* Going Just suited the winner. Artena will Im
prove. On Tin^wUl win sron^^Coupl^^jth^Ar^n^^
815. SECOND RACE3 — Seven furlongs; three-year-olds and upward: purse, $400.
Time— >-4 :i3; «t :S8; %, 1:02; %. I:2SVi. Good start. Won easily, second easily. Winner. H.
Corrigan's b.' g.. by Ben All-Hot Springs. Winner galloped. Race a farce. Scratched—
Zoroaster 109, Flamora 95. n ¦ ;_ •
816. THIRD RACE— MiIe and a half; selling; three-year-olds and upward: purse, $400.
Time— Vi' '26* H.-:sMi:'%, l:19tt: mile, '1:46%: Him, 2:12»4; lHm. 2:41. Good start. Won easily,
second driving. Winner, E. Corrlgan's eh. t., by Montana Regent-Geneva. Chlmura won at
leisure. Calvert was fortunate to be second. Scratched— Meadowthorpe HI. Espionage 101.
RIO CMCO ffilriji->-ij-^-\^-u-u-o-li-0-^^
817. - FOURTH RACE— Six furlongs; selling*; three-year-olds and upward; purse, $400.
Time— V* -25- Vi, :49tt; %. 1:15 Good start. Won easily. »«cond and third driving. Winner,
B schre'iber's br. c., by Boundless-Parolee. Away poorly, Boundlee.was much the best.
TJzona lacked speed- Modwena a disappointment. Scratched— Jingle Jingle 104, Ailenna 94.
818. FIFTH RACE— Six furlongs; selllnsr; four-year-olds and upward: purse, 1400.
Index. Horse. Wrtght.'st. Km. Km. %m. Btr. Fin.
~776 Intrada 115 ~7 6 1 ... 12
809 <*n Time "f 8 1 1 ... J 3
... Artena 115 J ... ¦ ... 3* ... 8 3
645 Briton ...... 11» 4 6 8 ... 4 1
779 Follow Me 118 » » ... 6 1
779 Lily Simpson ..116 2 ... ... 8 1 ... 6 2
... Countess Clara Ho 8 ... ... 8 1 ... 7 5
779 Forbes • »» 5 4 1 ... 8 6
791 Floranthe .T.116| 1 ... ... 7 1 ... 9
I , lßettlnr.
[ Jockeys. |Op. CL
~ Bullman 3 14-B
Henry S I
Hennessey ... (-6 1
T. Walsh 10 20
Glover 20 75
Spencer • •
I. Powell 15 M
Morgan ....... 15 IS
El R0b5........ 8 30
x.- Horse. Age. Weight fsT
[Op 7
<805) Geyser, 6..... 112 I
(799) Tlmemaker, 6 11» 8
796 Dr. Marks. 6 113 1
1 1
1 n
2 13
1 4
2 20
1 (
2 20
1 11 IBpencw 1-4 1-4
215 T. 8um5...... 7-2 4
» T. Walsh 100 200
Index. Horse. Are. Welght|St. Std. Km. %m.
1 793 Chlmura, *.... l<*> 1 ¦ j~Z JH 1»
(8(M) Tom Calvert. 8......105 2 8 t S
633 Anchored. < Xol| 3 12 tt H
Str. Fin. | Jockey». |Op. Ct
18 16 Bulirnan 2-5 9-20
3 tV4 Vittltoe ....... 1 2
!4 » J. Da1y........ SO 25
Index, Hor»e. Age. Weight. |St.
(802) Boundle*. 8 105 7
774.Genua, *-—-"~y~} ( * *
758 Mary Ktnsella, 6... 105 5
798 Jael, 6... 105 2
773 Tlxona, 3 99 «
(801) Modwena, 4 IN 8
782 Gold Bug a 107 S
«18 Yaruba, * --lO* X
Age. Weight. |St.
% 1
6 1
18 '
3 4
c l
' 2b
4 1 .
6 4
. 8
Str. Fin. | Jockey. |Op. CL
T« 11 ißullman I 3-5 T8
22. 22 Phelan 8 S
4 2 8 n Vlttltoe 6 5
3 1 4 6 J. Daly SO SO
stt 61 Henry 10 10
820 620 T. Walnh 10 10
8 7 3 E. Roes E0 100
7 1 8 [Tullett 40 IQO
Index. Hor«e. Are. Weight. (St.
ndex. Horte. Are. Weight. ISt.
678 Don Quixote. B 109 1
785 Tallac, ?4 1M 8
785 Torslna, a. 107 8
724 Nora I*e«. 4........1 M 10
785 Los Prletos. 5.. .....109 9
785 Ban Augustine, 4...10G ]
801 Mlbs Reel, 4 ...104 5
785 Fashion Plate, a... .111 .7
803 IXincard. 6. :....... .109 4
785 Melvln Burnh&m. 5.109 8
2 n
- ss|
8 2
6 1
8 h
. 4 H I
c s
7 1
Fin.- | Jockeys. |Qp. c|.
1n . Spencer I 2 7^5
2H Henry 15 10
8 H Bullman 8-5 t
41 T. Walsh : 10 U
5h Helnson SO 20
18 I. Powell. 20 «0
7 5 Vlttitoe 15 Vt
8 J PlKffott 8 1-2
9 8 H. Shields 80 *>
10 E. Robs... 8 15
613 Wallenstetn 109 6
808 Aborigine ...........10© 3
762 Mont Eagle 109 4
750- Sunello 109 I,
784 Jolly 8rit0n..... ....109 1
802 Tomalt '"..:.. ..109 <
1 n

5 2
3 h
5 2
4 h

2 h
4 1
2 2
18 Bp«flcer 2-5
2 1 H. Shields 15
8 h Henry 3
420 Bullman 5
(H E. R0bb.. ...... 20
< \ Baaslnger .... 80
Index. Hor«e. Are. Weight. (St.
ndex. Horte. Are. Weight. ISt.
678 Don Quixote. B 109 1
785 Tallac, ?4 1M 8
785 Torslna, a. 107 8
724 Nora I*e«. 4........1 M 10
785 Los Prletos. 5.. .....109 9
785 Ban Augustine, 4...10G ]
801 Mlbs Reel, 4 ...104 5
785 Fashion Plate, a... .111 .7
803 IXincard. 6. :....... .109 4
785 Melvln Burnh&m. 5.109 8
2 n
- ss|
8 2
6 1
8 h
. 4 H I
c s
7 1
Fin.- | Jockeys. |Qp. c|.
1n . Spencer I 2 7^5
2H Henry 15 10
8 H Bullman 8-5 t
41 T. Walsh : 10 U
5h Helnson SO 20
18 I. Powell. 20 «0
7 5 Vlttitoe 15 Vt
8 J PlKffott 8 1-2
9 8 H. Shields 80 *>
10 E. Robs... 8 15
Index, Hor»e. Age. Weight. |St.
(802) Boundle*. 8 105 7
774.Genua, *-—-"~y~} ( * *
758 Mary Ktnsella, 6... 105 5
798 Jael, 6... 105 2
773 Tlxona, 3 99 «
(801) Modwena, 4 IN 8
782 Gold Bug a 107 S
«18 Yaruba, * --lO* X
Age. Weight. |St.
% 1
6 1
18 '
3 4
c l
' 2b
4 1 .
6 4
. 8
Str. Fin. | Jockey. |Op. CL
T« 11 ißullman I 3-5 T8
22. 22 Phelan 8 S
4 2 8 n Vlttltoe 6 5
3 1 4 6 J. Daly SO SO
stt 61 Henry 10 10
820 620 T. Walnh 10 10
8 7 3 E. Roes E0 100
7 1 8 [Tullett 40 IQO
x.- Horse. Age. Weight fsT
[Op 7
<805) Geyser, 6..... 112 I
(799) Tlmemaker, 6 11» 8
796 Dr. Marks. 6 113 1
1 1
1 n
2 13
1 4
2 20
1 (
2 20
1 11 IBpencw 1-4 1-4
215 T. 8um5...... 7-2 4
» T. Walsh 100 200
Index. Horse. Wrtght.'st. Km. Km. %m. Btr. Fin.
~776 Intrada 115 ~7 6 1 ... 12
809 <*n Time "f 8 1 1 ... J 3
... Artena 115 J ... ¦ ... 3* ... 8 3
645 Briton ...... 11» 4 6 8 ... 4 1
779 Follow Me 118 » » ... 6 1
779 Lily Simpson ..116 2 ... ... 8 1 ... 6 2
... Countess Clara Ho 8 ... ... 8 1 ... 7 5
779 Forbes • »» 5 4 1 ... 8 6
791 Floranthe .T.116| 1 ... ... 7 1 ... 9
I , lßettlnr.
[ Jockeys. |Op. CL
~ Bullman 3 14-B
Henry S I
Hennessey ... (-6 1
T. Walsh 10 20
Glover 20 75
Spencer • •
I. Powell 15 M
Morgan ....... 15 IS
El R0b5........ 8 30
Index. Horse. Are. Welght|St. Std. Km. %m.
1 793 Chlmura, *.... l<*> 1 ¦ j~Z JH 1»
(8(M) Tom Calvert. 8......105 2 8 t S
633 Anchored. < Xol| 3 12 tt H
Str. Fin. | Jockey». |Op. Ct
18 16 Bulirnan 2-5 9-20
3 tV4 Vittltoe ....... 1 2
!4 » J. Da1y........ SO 25
613 Wallenstetn 109 6
808 Aborigine ...........10© 3
762 Mont Eagle 109 4
750- Sunello 109 I,
784 Jolly 8rit0n..... ....109 1
802 Tomalt '"..:.. ..109 <
1 n

5 2
3 h
5 2
4 h

2 h
4 1
2 2
18 Bp«flcer 2-5
2 1 H. Shields 15
8 h Henry 3
420 Bullman 5
(H E. R0bb.. ...... 20
< \ Baaslnger .... 80

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