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a Dr. Gibbon's Dispensary,
625 KEABXT HT. Established
in 1534 for the treatment of Private
Diseases, Lost Manhood. Debility or
disease "tearing oo bodyand mlndand
bkin Dfseasr*. Tbedociorcnreswaen
ot tiers fall. Try him. Charge* lew.
rare»taar»air<>d. Callorwrlte.
Or. J. r. VIBBON. Box l»s7.Saa FraacUco.
WeeHy Gan, $LOQ per Year
WE net^l money bad, therefore offer to sell at
a sacrifice a pretty 5-room cottage with bath,
pantry, china closet, folding doors, brick
. foundation, stationary tubs, 8-foot basement;
2 bay windows: nice mantel; hot' and cold
water, with 4000-gallon tank; well 80 ft. deepi
lot 40xl!J; chicken houses, etc.; price $1600;
will arrange terms to suit; close to station.
Take Berkeley train, get off at Lorln Station,
HOWA-RD 704. cor. Third— Nicely furnished
front rooms; also housekeeping.
SPECIAL bargain— Must be sold at once; house
6 rooms; bath, pantry; lot 40x100; 3' blo<ks
from Berkeley Station; 2 blocks from electric
cars; only $1100: terms to suit. Take Berkeley
train get off at I»rln Station, ask for RU-
CALIFORNIA. 2!2J— Bunny parlors or rooms^or
light housekeeping; gas range; reasonable.
PROPOSALS will be received at the Bureau of
Supplies and Accounts. Navy Department.
Washington. D. C. until 12 o'clock noon,
April 3. 1?00, and publicly opened Immediately
thereafter, to furnish at the Navy-yard, Mafe
IHland, Cal.. a quantity of electrical sup-
plies, generating sets, and 1 traveling foun-
dry crane. Blank proposals will be furnished
ujirn application to the Bureau or to the
Navy Pay Office, San Francisco, Cal. A. S.
KENNY. Paymaster General U. S. N. 3-5-00.
I~HAVE~str~and country property to ex-
change. M. GRIFFIN, 7U Market »U, a F.,
near Call building.
FINE building lots in center of Btockton City:
cheap. McLAUO'-LIX & CO.. 777*4 Market.
COTTAGE of 5 rooms and bath; lot 23x125. $10
Diamond st.. near Twentieth; no agents.
Archibald. Earl C. Lonergan, James H.
Belrne, Loretta McCullough, Peter
Blethen, Georcietta McGulre. Marraret
Boyce. Emma. A. McNally, Peter J.
Brandt. Georce E. Malson, Helene G.
Brown, Margaret Matick, Louis M.
IX>bie. Mrs. Grace Murphy, Mary
Duserre, Eugenic Nlelseni Thomas F.
Flynn, Edward Perry. Minerva E.
Flynn. Dominlck Peterson. Charles A.
Gles, August Rowland, Laura
Hall. John Schaerer. Maria
Hansen. Hans A. Skelly. Loretta
Klehl. Jacob Smith. Mrs. Anna
King, James . Stout. Charles S.
King. Paul Tuthlll, Harry
Lawler. Patrick Walnwrlght. Edward
ARCHIBALD— In Centerville. March 19, 1900,
Earl Crosby Archibald, only son of S. C. and
C. E. Archibald, a native of California, aged
17 years and 7 months.
CTFuneral to-morrow (Wednesday), at 2
o'clock, from the family residence.
BEIRNE— In this city, March 19, 1900. at the
residence of her parents, 8668 Twenty-third
street, Loretta, beloved daughter of M. G. and
M. E. Belrne,. sister of Margie Belrne. grand-
daughter of Mrs. K. McCarthy, and niece of
Mrs. J. J. O'Rourke and Lizzie McCarthy, a
native of San Francisco, aged" 9 years 10
months and 14 days.
Cyinterment private.
BLETHEN— In Oakland, March 19. 1900, at 60S
East Fourteenth street, Georgietta W., wife
of James E. Blethen, and moth>r of George
W. A. Blethen, Mrs. Delma Dolbier and Mrs.
George A. Scott, a native of Boston, Mass.
BOYCE— In Oakland, March 19. 1900, Emma
Ayer, beloved wife of John B. Boyce, mother
of flvn children, sister of Mrs. M. A. Lam-
bert, Mrs. L. Young, Miss Helen Ayer of Oak-
land and Mrs. J.* W. Lamme of Winters, Cal.,
and daughter of the late Elijah Ayer of
Dover, N. 8., a native of Canada, aged 38
years 10 months and 7 days.
BRANDT— In this city. March 18. 19C0. George
E. Brandt, beloved husband of Elizabeth H.
Brandt, father of George T.. Musette G. and
the late John J. Brandt and May E. Erratt,
and stepfather of Mrs. C. H. Congdon of
liakersfleld, Cal.. a native of Denmark, aged
70 years 5 months and 8 days.
lE7"Ftiends are respectfully Invited to at-
tend the funeral services this day (Tuesday),
at 10 o'clock, at his late residence. 1103 Clay
street. Interment Holy Cro6s Cemetery.
BROWN— In this city, March 18, 1900, Margaret,
beloved wife of the late James Brown, and
mother of William J., James P.. Mary Anne
and Nellie Brown, a native of County Limer-
ick, Ireland, age<l 58 years.
C7Frlends and acquaintances are' respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral this day
(Tuesday), at 8:30 o'clock, from her late resi-
dence, 657 A Natoma street, thence to St. Pat-
rick's Church, where a solemn requiem high
mass will be celebrated for the repose of her
• soul, commencing at "s o'clock. Interment
Holy Cross Cemetery.
DOBIE— In this city. March 19. 1900, : Mrs. Grace
Doble. beloved mother of Kate Doble. a na-
tive of Wales, aged 43 years.
DUSERRE— In this city. March 18. 1900, Eu-
genic, beloved daughter of Joseph and Ger-
trude Duserre and sister of Mrs. J. Wlnfield,
Mrs. J. Leneronl and Gertie, Octavla and Jo-
seph Duserre, aged 21 years and 4 months.
C 7 Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral, which will
take place to-day (Tuesday), at 10 o'clook.
The cortege will proceed from her late resi-
dence, . 423 Filbert street, to the French
Church of Notre Dame dcs Victolres, on
Bush street.
FLYNN— In this city. March 19. 1900, Edward,
beloved husband of Catherine Flynn, and
father of Mrs. W. W. Piper and David, Cath-
erine and Mary Flynn, a native of the parish
of Olenvllle. County Cork. Ireland, aged 60
FLYNN— In this city, March 19, 1900. Domtn-
lck, son of the late James and Mary Flynn,
and brother of Kate and Alfred Flynn, a na-
tive of San Francisco, aged 10 years and 15
days. (Willows, Glenn County, papers please
(£7Fiiends and acquaintances are. reepect-
¦ fully Invited !to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Wednesday), at 8:20 o'clock, from the resi-
dence of S. W. Hallowell. 1502% Polk street,
thence to St. Brlsrld's Church, corner of Van
Ness avenue and Broadway, where a solemn
requiem high mass will be celebrated for the
repose of M% soul, commencing at 9 o'clock.
Interment Mount Calvary Cemetery.
GIES— In this city, March 1». 1900, August,
dearly beloved husband of Mary K. Gles,
father of the. late Edward and Lilian Gles.
eon of Francisca and the late Killan - Gles.
brother of George Gles and Mrs. J. F. Moran.
and brother-in-law of Frank Houston, a na-
tive of San Francisco, aged 34 years and 6
tf?" Friends of the family are Invited to at-
' tend the funeral to-morrow (Wednesday), at
10 o'clock, from the parlors of Valente, Marlnl
& Co.. - 1524 Stockton street, near Union. In-
terment Holy Cross Cemetery. ¦
HALL-In this city. March 18, 190», John Hall,
a native of New York, aged 88 years. , :.
. (CTFriends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend, the funeral this day
(Tuesday), at 2 o'clock. Irom the funeral par-
lors of Charles H. Jacob & Co.; SIS Mason
street, .' between Geary and O'Farrell. Inter-,
ment Laurel Hill Cemetery. .
HANSEN— In this city. March 17, 1900. Hans
Albert Hansen. beloved brother of Captain
Jorgen P. Hansen, a native of Denmark, aged
, 27 years. . .
v icrFrlends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral .to-morrow
(Wednesday), at 2 o'clock, from the parlors
of H. P. Petersen & Co.. 228 McAllister street
Interment 'Laurel Hill Cemetery.
KIEHI^-In this city, March 18, 1900. Jacob
Kiehl. beloved brother of the late Judge Karl
Klehl of Brooklyn, N. T., a native of St
Julian. Rhelnpfalz. Germany, aged 84 years.
A member of the San Francisco Turn Vereln.
iny Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Wednesday), at 2 o'clock, from the -San
Francisco Turner Hall, Turk street, between
Hyde and Leavenworth. , Cremation I. O. ¦ O
r. Cemetery- Remains at the parlors of the
Gantner & ¦ Guntz Undertaking Company, 8
and 10 City Hall square.
KING— In Nlles, March 19, 1900, James, beloved
husband of the late Kzla King, and father of
D. W. King, a native of Virginia, aged 87
LANDO— EHRLICH— In this city, March ! 11.
1900, by the Rev. Hyman Samualson. Meyer
Lando and Sophie Ehrltch. both of San Fran-
LEVY— SCHOENFELD— In this city. March 18.
1900, by Rabbi Isidore Myers of the Bush-
street Temole. Emanuel Levy and Jennie
Schoenfeld, both of San • Francisco.
ROSENDORN— JACOBS— ln this city. March
11, liiOO, by the Rev. Dr. J. Nieto, Solomon
Rosendorn and Lillie Jacobs, both of San
w - E. LANE. 'pbonTMain'ils! 60J California
«t.: everybody's plumber.
A. M. Ie?DCK~i~Ca : ~~~
Loan Money.
6ff7 Market et., opposite Kearny.
$80.000— Grand comer, Ti ft. front; half block
rrom Market et., not far from 6th; rents $300.
$Js,onG — Rare Investment; vicinity Powell and
Geary; 4-story brick building; stores and lodg-
ing house above; 36 feet front.
$4E,ooo— Corner; rents $400; modern Improve-
ments; lot SoxlSs feet.
$2«. COO —Near Eddy and Jones; store and tS
rooms above; modern; pays 7 per cent net.
$54.COQ— Sixth st.; 75 feet front; rents $2400
yearly; good buildings; 4 stores.
$SoOO— Six elegant new flats; lot 60x100 ft.;
all rented for $»4 a month: grand bargain.
$T6sO— Six good flats; rents $S>6o yearly; down-
town: let DO fe*t front.
$6500 — 8 choice flats; Hayes et. ; mortgage
$«<OC: a snap.
BS2V) — Corner store and €-room flat; rents $37;
$3150—4 flats within few blocks of Sth and
Market *ts. ; rente $35.
$1710— Two nice fiats; rents $16 50.
$710 — Six roorce ar.d lot 45x72 twL
A. M. SPECK A CO.. CC7 Market St.
National Union.
The various local councils of the Na
tional Union have of late been quite act
ive. Golden Gate Council initiated two
strangers. California Council four. Pacific
Council five. El Dorado thirteen and
Union one. ¦ ¦ ¦ . - ¦¦
The entertainment that was given last
week by the National Union Social
and Literary Club was exceedingly
well attended, a positive proof of the pop
ularity of these entertainments. Under the
management of W. W. Healey. B. A.
Kldd, J. N. Bunting and F. H. Hastings,
who have Insisted that no one shall be
admitted except upon the invitation of a
member of the order, with the under
standing that the party invited must be
such that the one extending the Invitation
would not hesitate to invite to his own
home, the attendance has been limited to
a most desirable class of people. The pro
gramme was an excellent one, decidedly
entertaining and reflecting credit on the
good Judgment of the gentlemen who have
charge of the socials.
' T"rL R H°'?- OT '*, R«nedy : no poison. KUES-
-IgJi- jj^Jl^Pot^j^ajOandj^drtalls: .tamp.
STAMMERING corrected: booklet "l truiTir
* hqbm. Ajr-rssgS&tgdS:lt^cSSs:
A FINE suit to order $10 75. or pants $3 TJ- our
MUST B--11— Fa< ins panhandle; Fell St. boule-
vard, the hantif-orr.e r-rner building arranged
ln 2 houses of 9 and 11 rooms, with porcelain
baths. »-lecttrc lights. small barn; No. IJSB
Fell «. and 4 <l o Central aye. Make offer at
A. 11. SPECK & CO.'S. «€7 Market St.
Ancient Order of Foresters.
High .Chief Ranger Boehm on the 27th
A LOVELY cottage, furnished, .to rent (four
months or longer), to adulu only; location
unsurpassed. Inquire "James" Cottage, Fruit-
vale aye., cor. Pleasant St.; electric cars pass
door. .
(Successors to Flannagan ' A ; Gallagher),
U Flf tß st.i opposite Lincoln School. .
Telephone South 89. ' •- '
CLARA. 166. near Fifth— a rooms to rent; rent
$7 60. . --
CARROLLTON. 12W5 Market, cor. Golden Gate
. »v«. — gunny corner; well furn.; rms. & offices.
THE beet corner lot south of University of Cal-
ifornia, vlth elegant modern 8-room^ house.
Seventeenth and Broadway. Oakland.
lIUOMX TO LUT — rum. and Unfarn.
A— BRUNSWICK HOUSE, 14? Sixth— Rooms
26c to $1 per night; $1 25 to $5 per week, and
light houwkeeping; open all night.
BURNETT. 1428 Market st. <old No. 1364)— Fur-
nUned rms.. 'suites, single; also unfumltshed.
CALIFORNIA. 2CjSTelegantly furnUhed pair^
lors, to cult tenant: cheap. '
A BRANCH ofnc* for the reception of sdver-
tl semen ts and subscriptions has been openea
. at 1223 Po!k rt.: open till 9 p. m.
Leave San FraDciaco via SausaUto Ferry.
Week Days : 9:30 a, m. and 1:45 p. m.
Sundays 8:00. 10:00 a. m. and 1:45 p. na.
Steam-heated, closed car on all trains.
Far*— San Francisco to Summit and fUturo.
o s*. • -
A BRANCH office tor Call advertisements and
FubECrtptions has been established at 103J
Valencia St.
Friends of the Forest.
Lincoln . Lodge at its meeting last
week initiated ;¦< one > candidate. During
the i evening . a proposition to appoint an
advisory .committee to assist the officers
In the discharge of their respective duties
was presented and after a debate was laid
over Tor two weeks for action. ¦ - ¦
¦ The --"bloomer", party : recently given by
the | young ladies of Pioneer Lodge was a
great success and those, who expected to
see ¦ the lady , members ln • bloomers were
disappointed, for : the bloomers the mem
bers wore were blooming flowera as dec
orations....' ¦" . . .
I ¦ Harmony Lodge had an interesting meet
ing last : week and on :¦ that ! occasion • re
ceived a visit from the supreme officers.
This lodge will give a party on the 18th
of Apm. ¦*jsßMtaflHßunnßnisnEß
The Legion of Honor.
During the . past two ' months there has
been considerable activity in the Ameri
can Legion of Honor. , The officers of the
several councils have been elected and In
stalled, and they all seem to be inspired
to work with a will: for the order. -There
are. now eleven councils in this city and
twenty-one in the State. • The grand com
mander. William Metrner, and hi» able
deputies— W. D. Mansfield, a member: of
the committee -on laws , a^id supervision,
J. H:* BaTter, A.- Nathan, and C. -O.; Bur
ton, ex-grand secretary— were, very indus
trious during the Installations. The fol
lowing-named local councils were visited
by them: Golden ; California, Bohemian,
Myrtle, Protection, Alta, Metropolis,
Washington, Mystic. Golden - Star and
Golden Shore., The reports of the supreme
officers ¦ show that ¦ more ¦ than • forty i mil
lions have been • paid • out ¦as beneficiary
claims ; and ¦ that now . the , affairs -of the
order are such that all claims are prompt
ly m et : ¦ '¦ V,i. .: ¦ '.¦-¦-¦¦:. ¦- ¦- ¦¦: ¦ :V_--, )
VAN NESS aye., 400—4 neatly furnished con-
necting rooms: stationary tubs; fln« yard;
sun &1I day; northeast corner.
MISSION. 2!>;;— J or 4 eunny furnished nouse-
kepelnif rooms; bath; yard; laundry.
Via Saosallto Ferry.
- ¦ Commencing October V ISM -
v - ••¦ • AND' BAN RAFAEL. -
WEEK DATS-»T:00. ,«»:30. H:M «. Nx: n:««,
•1:40. 6:15. 8:00. «:Bfl p. m.-^
EXTRA TRIPS— For Mill Valley and San Ra-
fael, on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays,
at 9:00 and 11:30 p. tn.
BUNDAYS-i*B:<». •»:•». ; *U :M •- ™-: *»!«?
1:15. »4:45. 8:30. »:06 p. m. '.
Trains marked (*) run to Ban Quentln.
WEEK DAYS- S:M. *t:SB. 1:46. »»:40 a. m.;
ni:M. 2:15. *8:40, »5:15 p. m.
¦ EXTRA TRIPS on Mondays, .Wednesdays and
Saturdays at 8:40 and 10:15 p. m. ¦ • .- -
SUNDAYS— «:».-*8:00.n«:0e..ni:« «, «.;
«l:40,- •8:15. 4:45, -««:S0 ». m. . .
I Trains marked (•) start from San Quentln. I
, -WEEK DATS-* :43. «:45, 7:£ S. »:45 a. m.;
12:33, 2:83, 3:45, 6:20 p. m.
EXTRA TRIPS on Mondays. Wednesdays and
Saturdays at 7:00 and 19:20 p. m.
SUNDAYS— B:O6, 10:06 a. m.; 13:05. 1:16, 3:30,
1:00. 8:45 p. m. •¦¦••¦¦¦ • :-"••¦• \
f :00 a, m. week days— Caaadero and way station*.
3:40 p. m. Saturdays— Tomales and way stations.
1,00 a. m, SungaytrTVmtiu ua. wajr. tUtton*
HUSSION 1241— Front and back room; regular
kitchen/ stove; hot water; furnished complete;
<;uiet. '
LEWIS. 18 off Taylor, near Po«t-a unfurnished
and 8 furnished rooms. $10 and $12.
HYDE. 4»-6unny front suite, gsound floor;
. yard, sink: for housekeeping; wp. entrance.
Late Shipping Intelligence.
Monday, March 19.
Stmr National City. Dettmers. Grays Harbor.
HOWARD lU*—t front rooms, furnished com-
plete for'bousekeeping; gas range.
Knights of Pythias.
There was a meeting last week of all
the lodges ln Solano County In - the hall
of Benlcla Lodge, on which occasion the
knight rank in long form waa very credi
tably given by the team of Benicia Lodge.
•At the session there were present Grand
Keeper of Records and Seal H. Schaffner
and Supreme Representative Superior
Judge A. J. Buckles. After the ceremo
nies: there was a banquet, when there
were long and short speeches in response
to toasts. - , .
HOWARD. 112»— 2 eunny housekeeping rooms,
$12; also sunny corner room.
HOWAJtD. £25— Rooms furnished complete for
OFARY 475— Front alcove room: light house-
keeping If desired; rent $18; gas, bath.
FULTON, €71— $ nice eunny rooms complete for
bousekeeplng; rent $12 SO.
FILLMORE. 2213, near Clay— s7. 2 large sunny
unfurnished rooms; nice yard; water.
FIFTH S'A—t or 8 furnished housekeeping,
with bath, $10 to $20; also single. $4 to ti.
FIFTH. 248— Two rooms furnished for house-
keeping; cheap rent.
CLASSIFIED advertisements and subscriptions
received at Call branch office. 2200 FlUmore st.
American Companions.
Last week a new circle of the Com
panions of the Forest of America wai
instituted •in Oakland by Grand Chief
Companion Mrs. Flora Jacobs, assisted by
grand officers. There were present Past
Grand Chief Mrs. M. A. Duke. Grand
Financial Secretary Miss A. D. Bremer,
Grand Recording Secretary Mrs. L. At
wood Grand Treasurer Miss Alice Ticou
let Grand Trustee Mrs. A. Davis and rep
resentatives of Excelsior, Robin Hood.
Golden Era, Loyal and Oakland circles.
The new circle starts with about forty
five charter members and the following
named as its officers for the current term:
P J Bertoli, P. C. C; Mrs. M. Figonl,
C° C ' Miss M. Cuneo, S. C. C; Mrs A.
Cavagno. T.; J. Robell. F. S.; Mrs. J. Ro
beli R. S.: Miss A. Bertoli. R. G.; Miss-
Figonl L. G.: Miss Cattell. I. G.; and Miss
B. Schaffer, O. G.
Golden Gate Circle will celebrate its
thirteenth anniversary x on the 25th of?
April by a social in the social hall of the
Alcazar : building. The ; committee will
present a good programme. .v .^SISS^SfHni
-The convention of 1900 that is arranging
for the entertainment of the delegates to
the Grand Circle has arranged for a day
and night at the Chutes on the Bth of
May. It Is stated that a number of the
young ladles of Bay. City, Golden Gate,
Live Oak, Robin Hood, Golden Era and
Inter Nos circles contemplate taking part
in an' amateur show on that night in the
Chutes Theater. -
$1400— CORNER lot: Banta Clara aye.; EOxlSO;
near Morton-st. station.
$1600— Fine lot; 10x150; Para et.. Bear the
bay: bargain.
$1000— Elegant lot. west side of Lafayette St..
near San Antonio aye.; snap.
$2200— New modern 8-room house; Alameda
avenue, near Lafayette st. ; large lot.
$1500— New Colonial. 7-room cottage ;• Grand
it., near Alameda aye.; easy installments;
large lot: snap.
Bargains ln all parts of Alameda; all the
above can be bought on easy terms. -
Office open Sundays and evenings.
1500 Park st., Alameda.
Ancient Order of Workmen.
Memorial Lodge at Its meeting last Mon
day night initiated one candidate.^
Last Wednesday night San Francisco
Lodge was visited by Deputies Cunning
ham and Bauman, and during the even-
Ing there was the initiation of a candi
date and the reception of the application
of a stranger. .
The committee on lawa and amendments
of the Grand Lodge will shortly hold a
session for the purpose of considering a
number of amendments which. have been
There is considerable electioneering at
this time in behalf of a member of a
San Francisco lodge who has announced
himself as a candidate for the office of
grand recorder. ,
It is probable that the Grand Lodge will
take some action ln regard to the insur
ance feature which the Southern Pacific
is trying to force on Its employes. ¦¦
BUSH €16— Suite of rooms, with use of kitchen
and bath; also sunny single rtfom; rent rea-
X~V£at of 4 beautiful large rooms, with bath,
completely furnished for housekeeping; hoi
and cold water; gas and telephone; new
house: f.ne view; healthy location; in a small,
private family; no children wanted; rent rea-
nosable. 4231 Twentieth at., pear Castro.
MABION GRIFFIN. 71S Market, nr. Call bid*.
Land for eale ln Sonoma. Contra Costa. Glenn.
Santa Cruz. Ehasta and Tehama Cos.. Ca4.
100 ACRES tn Stanislaus County, near rail-
road; water; growing crops; under fence and
all other improvements. Fcr particulars ad-
Arew or call W. P. CROW. U34 Polk, city.
WANTED to leaee about 3000 sq. ft. floor
space: bounded by Second, Market. Fremont
and Howard. CARL F. HAAS. 417-419 Mlsslon.
A BARGAIN; $2000 r*nch for $1200; 160 acres,
house, barn, stock, furniture: all level; party
eolns to Cape Nome. Particulars to H. MAT-
NARD, Hunters. Tehama County Cal.
A GENUINE "Snap" bargain; must sell this
week; SO acres very richest of highly culti-
vated level loam in crop; not an Inch of
waste; fenced: 110 bearing fruit trees; resi-
dence, barn. 2 wells, etc.; IV4 miles from city;
10 Geary St.. opp. Chronicle building. S. F.
storage: am> warehouses.
J2JCO— WORTH $1000: store. $ rooms, bath; flat
above, 5 rooms, bath: rented $30. 1417 Pacific.
I A NO. 1 young cows: calves 4 days old; each
milk c eals. day. ISI2 Folsom et.
This Is the quickest running and most
luxurious train across the continent.
Co.tnecting Trai.v Leaves San Fk ancisc«i
5 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 5:30
pynnpec p. m. with Palace and Tourist
Ka •• w *^ n ior Kansas CUT, St. Lonis,
DAILY Chicago and East.
Local trains oetween Stockton, VALLEY
Fresno, Hanford, Visalia, Tatars nr\At\
and Bakersneld. j • KUAU
SEC YOU IN " Saa Francisco office. 623
'FDlsrO (OnN Market Street, Phone Mala
TKIdIU MJUN 1531; Oakland, 1113 Broad-
way; Sacramento,2olJ Street; San Joae.7 West
Santa. Clara Street. «
HAVE you real estate ln the Mission or Hom-
er's Addition that you wish to dlsDoee of
then call on W. J. GUNN. £30 California St.
IF >cv have lots ln Richmond district, north of
th»_Park. that you wish to sell Quickly then
call en W. J. GUNN. 130 California st.
Foresters of America.
Last week, at the session of Court
Aurora, there was a good attendance of
members, who were, edified by the
initiation of a candidate by the new offi
cers. They acquitted themselves in a very
acceptable manner. During the evening
Dr. G. W. Day wait, for many years the
Ehysician of the court, but since the
reaklng out of the Spanish-American
war a surgeon ln the United States army,
was, on behalf of the court, by Grand
Secretary ¦ Cordy, presented a beauti
ful gold medal emblematic of the order
as a reminder of the court's appreciation
of his many kind attentions to the mem
bership that required his professional
services and of their esteem of him as a
gentleman and a soldier. The doctor
made a very pleasant response,
At the meeting of Junior Court Pride
of California last week there were
present a number of visitors from adult
courts, who, under good of the order,
expressed their, admiration of the disci
pline that is noticeable ln the courtroom
and of the businesslike manner in which
the affairs of the court are conducted.
Among the speakers were Past Chief
Ranger Isaacs, Past Chief Friedman,
Past Chief Stockwitz, the chief ranger of
Court Golden Gate; 8. B. Levy, chief
ranger of Junior Court Golden West, and
Financial Secretary Ben Garren of the
sitting court. This court is still at work
securing a team to meet a team from
Court Junior Pride of the Pacific on the
diamond to contest with It for baseball
honors, and the California boys think they
can get away with the Pacifies.
Court Sutro Heights No. 136, A. O. F.,
at a largely attended meeting last
week, decided to celebrate Its anni
versary by a n excursion on the bay. L.
Livingston, J. Murray, J. W. Gleadell.
Dr." L. H. Grunlng and George K. Small
were appointed to make arrangements.
Three candidates were initiated. B. M.
Clancy was elected senior woodward. The
court decided to move from Native Sons'
Hall to Pythian Castle. W. B. Faulkner,
the courts treasurer, will shortly leave
for the East on a vacation. J. W. Glea
dell and J. Murray were elected delegates
to the Grand Court and George K. Small
and W. J. Boradorl were elected as alter
nates. ¦..; :X;. "-
A BARGAIN— Co«t $S>XW: will sell for $3000;
house and lot in the MUslon warm belt; con-
taining 7 rooms and bath; high basement;
brick foundation; half caeh: balance to re-
main on mortgage: or will exchange for Im-
proved ranch. Address box 2565, Call office.
LADlES— Chlchetter's English Pennyroyal Pills
are the best; safe, reliable; take no other;
send 4c stamps for particulars. "Relief for
Ladies," in letter by return mall: at drug-
gists. Chtchester Chemical Co.. Philadel., Pa.
G E Sims. N T
H B Wood. San Jose
Mrs H B Wood. S Joea
S Be Her by. London
Mrs Buckingham. Cal
J Brenner. Sacto
E H Lyons. N V
P L Sinclair. Tacoma
F Kane. Oakland
C F Abrams, Ptland
A Stuart. Detroit
J F Callahan, Bostoir
S A Callahan. Boston
F A Rogers, Redding
J F Coleman. Redding
T Voorhles, Phila
Mrs T Voorhies, Phila
Miss M Voorhleu, Phila
Miss P Voorhies, Phila
H Voorhles. Phila
R E Plumb. Detroit
M Bailey. Phila
R E Green. Los Ans
O H Poole. Yokohama
Miss N Poole. Yokoha
J R Dayton. Quincy
T Garrett. N V
J Bird. N V
A T Porter N V
J W Donnelly. N V
Mrs J W Donnelly. NY;
W H 'Hammond. Minn
G H Corbln. N V
J W Corbln. N V
C E Cahn. N T
D W Simpson. N V i
W Coffin. Boston I
J Daggett. Cal
W L Huse 3t w. Ma/
Mrs E H Klttrldxe.
Miss X H Klttrldse.
Oakland -
L Brown. Riverside
F F Hall. Riverside
W H ¦ Granbery & w.
Miss Granbery. N T
E T Granbery. N V
W Shenk. Plttsburi
W W Sherman. N V
R B Klttridge & w. NY
Miss Marshall. N V
A B Bond. Ky
Mrs A B Bond. Ky .
H Westlnghouse. Pitts
Mrs H Westlnshouse,
Miss A Westinghouse,
Miss Cowan, PittJburg
Dr E Holden. N J
Mrs E Holden. N J
C F Ward. Bridgeport
Mrs C F Ward. Conn
Miss M Ward, Conn
J W Mather. N V
R S Hills, N V
C Welborn. Los Ang
J Sparks. Reno
C S Jones. Phila
H F Smith & w. Phila
| A M Frlck. lowa
I W W ChaDln. Sacto i
M Nathan. Inters
B F Walton. Sutter Co
F D Sprague, Sacto
Q T Frost. Exeter
F G King. Denver
Rev A Eakln. S Cni»
C E Lindsay. S Crui
W M Sell. Ahwahree
C Washburn. Wawona
W Delchmeyer. S Jose
B W Lewis. Stockton
J D Smith, Danville
L H Alexander. Orovlll
W Pollock. Alameda
W H Murphy. P Alto
J J Sheehan. Palo Alto
H H MCarthy. Cal
D D Ballou. S L Obspo
W E Hawkins. Cal
F A Autenrleth. Treka
J M Davidson. F Jones
M L Mery & w. Chlco
S Russ. Denver
W Kraft. New Torie
J R Dayton A w. 11l
E A Ferris. Minn
F B Johnson. Minn
F C Stettler; Dayton
A Weilheimer. Fresno
C W Savage & w. Cal
D R Slman. Denver
T A Posh & w. Pa
B F Hodgeman * w.
N J Sutherland ft w.
J Dick Xc w. Ind
Mrs E M Tlffen. Monty
G N TifTen. Monterey
Mrs H V Kohle. Montrl
Miss M Woods. Montr!
P W Morse. Watsonvil
J J Hebbron. Salinas
W J Treat. St Paul
H Headley. Ocean City
J O O'Connor. Va
J Russell. Stockton
T L Tompklns. Ala
H V Muller. Salln&a
M Prince. Santa Rosa
J Rosenberg & w. Cal
C E Arthur. Spokane
P Lewis. Stockton
W Mitchell. Pa
E C Plney. Columbia
H R McNoble. Stocktn
M J Benton & w. N J
C M Harvey.- Chicago
H M Williams & w.lnd
M C Nason. Seattle .
I Rothschild. Ohio
C N Marders. Colusa
D G Mltchell.Rlverslde
J A Collins. Minn
R F Bevan. Canada
J C Latta, Canada
W Chlnn. S Dakota
J Simeon. Seattle
D M Smith. Mich
H N Remington. Colo
A. E Covlngton. Ogden
W E Conlln. Ogden
W Reavls. Chicago
T Fay. Vallejo
N Almas. Vancouver
A O Hanson, Wash
W H Mock. San Joe«
C Wilson, Napa
W Holtum. Cal
F C Paulln A wf. I, An
J Russell, Vallejo
1 E Barrtay. Fresno •
G Rogers. Madera
M Britahig. Fresno • :
J Sullivan. Uklah ¦
R S Kirk. San Jose
J E Thornton, Va
O N Stork A wf. Chgo
R Brown, Chgo
W H Taylor, San Jo«e
W P Butler, Minn
Mrs J B Brown. Ft
8 W -Chambers. B C
C W Babcock. Mont ¦
J P Smith. Fresno
G Bedlck. Oregon
Miss Byers. Sumncr
Miss Sprague. Oregon
Rer J E HalL Minn
Miss E . Derede.ro. Co
lumbia • . -
Miss M Burgess. Mass
A F Hyer. 3 City. N M
PILES— PETER FREILING'S pile salve. $1 per
box: warranted to cure all cases of bleeding,
itchlnjr. external, internal or protruding
piles without fall, no matter of how long
rtandlnir. 1628 Devisadero St., near Sutter.
Grimes Sentenced.
Special Dispatch to The Call.
AUBURN, March 19.— Thomas Grimes,
who shot and killed a fellow-miner at
Ophir two months ago over a game of
cards, was to-day sentenced to twenty
four years in San Quentln.
California Limited
Santa Fe 'Route
Adjudged Insane.
LOS ANGELES. March 19.-C. C. Kocfc
endorfer of Allegheny. Pa., was adjudged
insane by the authorities here to-day. He
has just arrived here from the East,
where he was formerly employed ln a na
tional bank, but lost his position.
A— HOTEL ¦La Normandie, 82« Eddy— Bunny
suites and slnple rooms; everything new; first-
class table and service; prices moderate.
NEW family hotel; first class in all appoint-
ments; excellent table; special inducements to
select people. 807 California St., occupying
corner opposite Grace Church.
Knights of Honor.
. Yerba Buena Lodge last week re
ceived ¦ two applications. Next Monday
night this lodge will give a social ln the
social hall of the Alcazar bnilding for the
younger members of the lodge and their
lady friends who may wish to dance, and
there will be in an adjoining room a set
of tables for those who, not wishing to
dance, may enjoy a game of progressive
A call has been Issued for three mem
bers from each lodge to meet in the Al
cazar building on the 27th inst. for the
purpose of arranging for the annual pic
nic which will be given on May 30.
Last week. Liberty Lodge was vis
ited by Leland Stanford and Friend
ship lodges, and later in the evening
Yerba **vena Lodge paid a fraternal visit.
The meeting hall was crowded by an ag
gregation of Knights, who were treated
to an interesting entertainment, the feat
ure of which was the reading of a patri
otic address that was delivered by Senator
Dickinson, a Union Democrat, shortly
after Fort Sumter was fired on. It was
read by Ben I. Salomon. O. A. ; D., and
was exceedingly well received.
were also songs by M. L. Crowe, M. Mar
tin of Yerba Buena and addresses by the
grand dictator, the grand reporter and
Grand Trustee Joy.
Compromise Effected.
L.OS ANGELES, March 19.— Th© con
demnation suit of the Government against
A. P. Johnson to condemn for Government
use land adjoining the postofflce site h*ra
will not be tried. A compromise was ef
fected to-day. Johnson agrees to take
120,000 for the property, which the owner
formerly held at $40,000.
COAST I>I VISION (ItroaiHiaage).
(Third and TowngeiM> St*)
THIRTEENTH. 175— Back parlor, bedroom,
kitchen, large pantry; rant $12.
Depots Bobbed.
Special Dispatch to The Call.
MONTEREY. March 19.— News comes
here from Gonzalea that the depot at that
place was robbed on Friday night, the
thieves getting in through a window
which they opened and taking away all
the cash left in the money drawer by the
station agent— about $S 50. On the same
night the depot at Chualar, a neighboring
town, was entered, the lock on the door
to the agent's office being broken and the
money drawer demolished. There tha
thieves only, secured about $4. In both
cases the burglars got away without be
ing discovered, and the officers have been
unable to find any trace of them.
Birth, marriage and death notices sent by
mail will not be Inserted. They must be handed
in t either of the publication offices and be
indorsed with the name and residence of per-
sons authorized to have the same published.
HAUSTEIN— In this city, March 10. 1900, to the
'wife of Henry G. Hausteln, a son.
RAHMER— In this city, March IS. 1900, to the
wife of Fred Rahmer, a son.
WILDGANS— In this city, March 13. 1900, to
the wife of Georg* Wlldgans, a daughter.
THE HOWARD HOUSE. 549 Howard St.— Nice
single rooms, 7oc week up; double, $1 25.
THE PIEDMONT, 119 A Sixth.— Sunny furnished
rooms; double and single; easy terms.
THE OAKS. 119 Third— A good rooming house
for good people. R. HUGHES, Proprietor.
COAST IHTIMON (sarron Gauge).
(Foot ot Market Street.)
.C. C - or> O^^ELL-Offlce and residence,
1P»1^ Market rt.. b»t. Ptxth and Seventh.
ST. PETER'S HOUSE. 705 California— Changed
hands; nicely furnished rooms; also house-
keeping rooms.
ALASKA fur samr-nts. hoods, mitts, leather
coats H. M HFTVKMAN. 10« Pansom* »t.
SIXTEENTH. 3023, near Mission— Front room,
nicely furnished: bath and phope.
SHERMAN Apartment House. J8 Eighth St..
near Market — FurnUhed and unfurnished.
LADIES' and gents' cast-eff clothing bought and
gold. Silverman. 954 Folsom; tel Folsom 11S1.
IF you wleh full value for your cast-off cloth-
icg call on B. Cohen. 157 Third; tel Black 4123.
SAN ANTONIO, 21 Taylor, near Market— An
up-to-date fireproof building; elevator: new
furniture; hot and cold water: radiators; salt
sea baths; suites and single rooms.
i " AN JEJ ED T ow firol<l for manufg. O. NOLTE.
Jew^W. I4S OFarrell. bet. Powell and Mason.
«£, D^, curM rheumatism, headaches, neu-
paln leaves llk * ™»He f«m her
wonderfully sifted hand?. 1543 Howard st
Marriage licenses have been issued as follows:
Albln Axkelson. 45. 521 Post street, and Eliza-
beth Culmerry, 55, 521 Poet street.
Arthur E. White. 26, city, and Katie M. John-
son, ti, city.
Orvllle C. Baldwin, 28, 2380 Pine street, and
Ella L. Peterson, 21, 1515 Webster street.
Charles S. Miles, 22, Petaluma, and Laura E.
Carum. 20. Suva. City.-
George A. Rlgg, 43. city, and Elllnnor L.
Alexander. 44. city.
Alfred Matthews. 22, 833 Dolores street, and
May Rodgers. 20. 20 Chesley street.
Charles Dourlas, 41, San Jose, and Angle P.
Ag-new. 40. San Jose. \
Enrico Puerari. 59. Ross Valley, and Mar-
garet Lamler, SB, city.
Callxte V. B. Nauruler, *4, 511 Hyde street,
and Marie Laville, 21. 816 Larkln street.
Henry Hanselman. 39, Oakland, and Minnie
N. Wllcke. 28. city.
ROYAL HOUSE. 12« Kills st— Incandescent
light, reading: room, smoking room and ladles'
parlor: rooms, per nl^ht, 35c to $1 60; week, $2
to JS; month. $5 to $20: Mevator on office floor;
rooms with hot and oold water: baths.
fuu «£" W 7 >nd "s" 1(1 clotni «* "tore. 79 Ninth:
ck thin! ** t n tCr lad!M '- children's cast-o2
clothing, trunks, etc. Phone. Howard 11S2.
ROBEDALE Houie. 319 & 321 Ellis St.— Rooms,
night, 25c to $1; week, $1 25 to $4; open night.
AN introduction to you from H. Schellhaas. the
furniture dealer. 11th and Franklin. Oakland.
H^ST R i« C 4^ te ln * ver * ™ m -- Winchester
23? tk » f JllJ 11 rfl Bt ,'w near M M"ret:" rret:k et: 100 rooms;
£L ?»*i 50 PV nlBrht : »» to $« per week
tr ** *™* " n( l b&Kgage to and from the ferry
HOWARD. $2S— Rooms from $1 week up to $5.
25c to Jl night; also housekeeping romos.
HOWARD, 1511 A —Furnished room, with use of
bath; board optional.
Woodmen of the World.
Redwood Camp No. 91 has under the di
rection of the new officers recently In
stalled been making remarkable progress
lately. Initiations are in order on the
first and third Thursday of each month
in the new quarters in Pythian Castle.
The camp is always ready to extend the
glad -hand to any .neighbor of woodcraft
who will visit it. Last Thursday night
the degree team of Golden Gate Camp la
full regalia conferred the degree . in the
amplified form on several candidates with
that perfectness for which it has gained
deserved commendation. There wert.
present a large number of members of
the order.
$4500 WILL buy new modern house, 12 rooms;
fine Improvements; large stable. . 1520 Eighth
aye.. Oakland: keys next door south.
BELLE— OUDRT~ — — ~~ J.
T "J? ;*«¦>• neatest parlors In the city and only
Be for the very latest hair stylesf rna"l?Sr-
jf-S^k^n"ft U " da> *- ' t0 "• G " U R.
!r£, ERK F S < 2 u!nt °n»f* Hair Tonic Sic botL
?um £ r! K ° arno Sk *«"Poo 5c pk| a£
ivst what I^derer uses at 12$ Stockton st.
GIRARD HOUSE. 162 Seventh— Pleasant sunny
roon>&; day or week; moderate rates.
HANCOCK HOUSE. 7»1 MUslon St.— Select
family rooming house: $1 50 to $« per week.
2 FINE sunny rooms; unfurnished; rent low,
26 O*ary ft.
GEARY. 405 (The Navarre)— Elegantly furnish-
ed rooms;sultes or single; travelers accom.
FOLSOM, SCS. corner Sixth (The Oliver)— Sunny
furnished rooms: suites or single; new mgrnt.
F«:LL. «23— FamUy owning home will accom-
modate a few gentlemen.
FOLSOM. *30— Furnished sunny single . rooms,
with oil rtoves; $4 and $3 per month.
\OOMS TO LET Furn. and Unfnrn.
1016— Elegant, modern sunny rooms;
bath: parlor; private family; meals optional.
A Call Has Been Prepared
for an Election in-
Owing to Trouble Over Railroad
. Bonds the Municipal Officers All
Resigned Twenty-Seven
Years Ago.
Special Dispatch to Tb« CalL
- PLACE RVILLE, March 19. — Hon.
Charles A. Swester. Prentiss Carpenter
and Fred Irwin, -all prominent attorneys
of this city, who compose the commission
recently appointed by Governor Gage to
reorganize the munlciapl government of
this city, will on Wednesday issue their
proclamation calling a municipal election
for Tuesday, April 17. to elect a full set of
cHy - officials.
The reorganization of the city govern
ment ends the long contest between the
citizens of this city and the holders of the
bonds voted by the city of Placerville in
1863 to aid the construction of the railroad
from Folsom to Placerville. Thirty-four
thousand five hundred dollars in bonds
was issued at that time, but the com
pany failed to build the railroad to Placer
ville, stopping at Shingle Springs, twelve
miles from Placerville, and the city gov
ernment refused to pay either principal
or interest on the bonded indebtedness.
Early in 1573 the officials of the city all
resigned, and for twenty-seven years Pla
cerville has had the anomalous experience
of being a city without a single city offi
cial. •
In October last 108 citizens of the city
united Id the execution of a joint note for
the sum of $36,315 25, a . prominent San
Francisco bank advanced the money upon
the note and the money was used to pay
the railroad bond indebtedness of the
city. A new series of bonds will be issued
by the new city government, which will
be subscribed for by local capital, and the
citizens' note paid. ,
The railroad bond indebtedness of the
city amounted in principal and accrued
interest to over $281,000. The compromise
was effected on the basis of paying the
principal alone.
Citizens of all classes are overjoyed that
the long struggle is over and all predict
that the historic little mountain city will
now enter upon a new era of prosperity.
years ( months and It dar». • (Washington.
¦ D. C, papers please copy.)
KING— In this city, March lfi : 1900, Paul King.
Look under the name of Hairy Tuthlll for fu-
neral notice of Paul King. , • '
LAWLER-In this city. March 19, 1900. Pat-
rick, dearly beloved husband of Marie Lawler,
and loving father of John, Annie,' Lizzie, Ed-
ward and Thomas Lawler, k native of County
Carlow. Ireland, aged 62 ywars. v
LONERGAN— In this clty.V March 17. 1900,
James H.. dearly beloved husband of Mary
Lonergan, and father of Annie and James
: Lonergan, a native of Couuty Tlpperary, Ire-
land, aged tl years. A member of Terba
Buena Lodge No. 14, A. O. U. W.
EyFrlends and acquaintances are respect,
fully Invited to attend the funeral this day
(Tuesday), at 8:30 o'clock/ from his late resi-
dence. 23 Sheridan street, thence to St- 'Jo-
seph's Church, where a requiem high mass
will be celebrated for the repose of his soul
at 9 o'clook. Interment Mount Calvary Cem-
McCULLOUGH— In this city, March 18, 1900.
Peter, beloved husband ot the late Annie Mc-
Cullough, and father of Mary, Katherlne and
Peter McCullough, a native of Legcloughtln,
County Tyrone, Ireland, aged 63 years.
E7Frlends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Wednesday), at 8:30 o'clock, from his late
' : residence, 1113 Folsom street, corner of Lang-
ton, thence to St. Joseph's Church, where a
requiem bi«h mass will be celebrated- for the
repose of his soul at 9 o'clock. Interment
Mount Calvary Cemetery.
McGUIRE— In this city, March 17, 1900. Mar-
garet 8., beloved wife of Frank J. McGulre.
mother of Frank X.. Edna L, Albert A.,
Myrtle 1., Thomas and the late Mary Mc-
Guire daughter of Mary and the late Thomas
Reynolds, and sister of James, Mary, John.
Katie and the late Thomas F. Reynolds, a
native of San Francisco, aged 34 years 5
months and 26 days. •
ETTrtends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend ! the funeral Ihls day
(Tuesday), at 9 o'clock, from her lite resi-
dence, 222 Gates street, off Cortland^ avenue,
Bernal Heights, thence to St. John's* Church
(formerly St. Mary's College), where a requiem
high mass will be celebrated for th« repoee
of her soul at 9:30 o'clock. Interment Holy
Cross Cemetery- , "
McNALLY— In Oakland, March 17. 1900. Peter
J. McNally. beloved son Peter and Mag-
gie McNally, aeed 6 days.
MAISON— In this city. March 19. 1900, Helene
G. Malson, late beloved wife of the late H.
A. MalHon mother of F. W., Thomas. Ben-
ard and Louise Malson, and sister of Benard
H.- Lucke, a native of San Francisco, aged 43
years 5 months and 18 days.
C^Frlends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Wednesday), at 2 o'clock, from her late resl-
— dence 117 Beulah street, thence to the French
Church of Notre Dame dcs Victolres. where
services will be held. Interment Mount Cal-
vary Cemetery.
MATICK— In thli city, March 18, 1900. Louis M.,
dearly beloved husband of Annie Matick, ana
loving father of May. Lizzie and Annla
Matick and Mrs. Luke Battles, a native of
Ragousa, Austria, aged 73 years and 6 days.
(C7"FTiends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Wednesday), at 9:30 o'clock, from his late
residence 1306 Pacific street, near Leaven-
worth ' thence to St. Brlgld's Church, corner
of Van Ness avenue and Broadway, where a
requiem high mass will be celebrated for
the repose of his soul, commencing at 10
o'clock. Interment Holy Crosa Cemetery.
MURPHT^-In this city, March IS. 1900, Mary,
beloved wife of John Murp-y, mother of the
late Mrs. Daniel Gavlgan, Mrs. John Cough-
lln Mrs. Elinor Dunn and Catherine Murphy,
a native of Ireland, aged 67 years.
ZZ7 Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral this day
(Tuesday) at 8:30 o'clock, from her late resi-
dence 60 Sharon street, thence to Mission
Dolores Church, where a solemn requiem high
mass will be celebrated ;or the repose of her
soul, commencing at 9 o'clock. Interment
Holy Cross Cemetery.
NIELSEN— In this city. March IS. 1900, Thomas
P J dearly beloved and only child of Cap-
ta'ln Thomas and Olivia Nielsen, a native of
San Francisco, aged 5 months and 19 days.
PERRY— In Corte Madera. March 19, 1500, Min-
erva Elizabeth, eldest daughter of John C.
and Lois A. Perry, and sister of Jennie L.
Harry and John Perry and Mrs. H, X, Horr-
man. a native of San Francisco.
(CT Remains at the funeral parlors o* Por-
ter & White. 122 Eddy street. Interment Half-
moon Bay Cemetery, via 9 a. m. train from
Third and Townsend streets.
PETERSON —In Oakland, March 18. 1900,
Charles A. A., beloved husband of Ella Peter-
son father of Cora and Ruth Peterson, and
son of Charles Peterson, a native of Oregon,
aged 41 years S months and 22 days.
KT Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral cervices
tbls day (Tuesday), at 2 o'clock, at his late j
residence. 1707 Eleventh street. West Oakland,
under the auspices of West Oakland Lodge
No. 141. K. of P. Interment Mountain View
ROWLAND — In this city, March IS. 1900,
Laura, dearly beloved daughter of Mary and
the late W. T. Rowland, and sister of Willis
T Rowland. Mrs. T. J. Clark of New York
and Alice Rowland, aged 15 years 5 months
and 20 days. (Portland. Or., and New York
City papers please copy.)
(E?" Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral this day
(Tuesday), -at 2 o'clock, from her late rest- ;
oence. 254 A Shipley street, between Fifth and
Sixth, thence to St. Patrick's Church. Inter-
ment I. O. O. F. Cemetery.
SCHAERER— In this city. March 18. 1300. Maria,
beloved daughter of . Emiel and Mary. Schaerer
and sister of Emelie Schaerer, a native of
San Francisco; aged 4 months and 18 days.
ET-Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral this day
(Tuesday), March 20. at 10 o'clock, from 623
Commercial street, between Kearny and
Montgomery. Interment OdC Fellows' Ceme-
¦ tery.
SKELLY— In Colma, March 19, 1900. Loretta.
youngest and beloved daughter of John and
Mary Skelly. and slater of Gertrude Skelly, a
native of Colma, aged 7 months.
BMITH— In this city, March 17, 1900. Mrs. Anna
Smith, a native of Germany, aged 50 years.
(DTriends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Wednesday) at 2 o'clock, from the parlors
of H F Suhr & Co.. 1137 Mission itreet, be-
tween Seventh an* Eighth. Interment Laurel
Hill Cemetery.
STOUT— In this city, March 18, 1900. Charles
8 beloved husband of the late Marie E.
Stout, and father of Charles E. Stout, a na-
tive of lowa, aged 64 years.
(CTFrlends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited, to attend the funeral this day
(Tuesday), at 2 o'clock, from the parlors of
H F. Suhr & Co.. 1137 Mission street, between
Seventh and Eighth. Interment Laurel Hill
TUTHILL— InHhis city. March 18, 1900, Harry
Tuthlll. . alias Paul King-, beloved son of
Cynthia A. Tuthlll of Brooklyn. N. T.. and
nephew of Dr. Oeorge B. and Ellsa M. Tol-
man of San Francisco, a native of New Tork,
aged 35 yearß. (New York papers please copy.)
ICTFrlends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Wednesday), at 1 o'clock, from, the funeral
parlors of Charles H. Jacob & Co.. 313 Mason
street between Geary and O'FarrelL \
WAINWRIGUT— In this city, March 18. 1900,
Edward W., beloved husband of Levlna
Wain wright. father of Dorothy, and Emily
Walnwright. son of William and Annie Wain-
wrlght and brother of Harry H., Elizabeth
A , Anna and Will G. Walnwright. a native
of San Francisco, aged 37 years 2 months and
18 days. ¦ '
IC Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral this day
(Tuesday.) at I o'clock, from his late resi-
dence, 3 Tremont avenue, near Waller street.
Interment private. Laurel Hill Cemetery.
ELLIS, £18— Elegantly furnished front and back
p&rlor; ai»o •Ingle room.
inst will pay an official visit to Court
Placer at Dutch Flat.
Arrangements are .being made for the
organization of a new court In this city
and it is probable that it will be Instituted
this week. . .
Court German America No. 7472, Ancient
Order of Foresters, gave Its thirteenth
anniversary ball In the social hall of the
Foresters' building last Sunday night.
During the evening Past Chief Banger
P. " Goessel spoke a few words for the
good of i the order* and Professor J.
Moeser gave Instrumental selections, as
sisted by the California Zither Club. There
was a good programme of dances, and all
present had an enjoyable time. The com
mittee of arrangements was composed of
P. Goessel.- Philip Eller and W. J. Plage
Trains l«aie »n«l nr* dv« to arrlis at
MAN ru.aNtusrn.
(Main line. Foot or' Market Street)
ljavi — Fkom Fbbrca-It 23, 1900. — auiti
A— sl7s CASH, $15 monthly till paid; new cozy
2-story modern house of 6 rooms; all through
first class; sanitary plumbing, etc; fine large
lot. all fenced; grand view; Al soli; climate
the very best; away from cold winds and
foge: one block from electric line and school-
house; 10 minutes' walk to steam local trains;
neighborhood first-class; nice home surround-
ing; price ln ail $1850, but see what you get
for your money; Gallndo settlement. Feral ta
aye.. adjoining East Oakland. Call or send
fcr circular, 455 Seventh St., near Broadway,
Oakland; carriage free. H. Z. JONES, owner.
HOWARD. IJl3— Nioely furnished single front
FOR rent— Modern 7-room upper flat: $16. B.
H. WELCH A CO., 1883 Fifth aye.. East Oak-
land. . .
MINNA. 667. corner Elshth— New furnished bay
window room. $1 per week; transient^
NINTH JS— Nicely furnished sunny rooms to
SUNNT rooms, single, en suite and housekeep-
ing; $4 up. Hotel Shasta.' 1226 Broadway.
OFARRELL. 20— Sunny furnished rooms and
offices: elevator: electric lights; day, wk., mo.
POWELL. 121— Light, clean, comfortable rms.;
suites or single; running water; gas; reas.
•7:OOa Benidn, Suismi, E'min, VaeaTCle,
Ruinaey an J Saertoaento *7>Or>
•7:04»a Shasta Exprfss— I>aTis, Willows.
KeU BluS, Jtortlind •7MSs>
•7«30* Maitinex. Man Uam<:D,Valleja. Napa, -
Calistcca and Santa Kosa mjlSp
•9s3o* The o»CTlan.llaoiite<i-Ogden, Den-
Ter, Onjalu. I'hici^fi *3il3s>
••¦so* Sin Jose. IJTcrmore, Htockton.
lone. Saerauiectn. Flaeertllle,
Mi\ry«»llln, Chlco. llert Bluff M>lllp
•S«3O\ 'Milton, l>ak(U!i\fcOEonv. Carters... # lslsp
•9:««» ll.iywanls, Niks anil Way (Stations. •! Is43a
•»:OOa Div'j. Woodland. Knlihta Laadlag.
HaryiTille, OrofUta. *7sl3p
•O:O«a Atlantic Kxprtsa— Ogden end East •»?*»*
•1»:OOa Martinez. Tr ier. Latbrop, Btockton,
Merced an<l Vrsaoa *12:13p
•!>:»« * Port CosU, I-'resno, Mcja»o ami I.c» -
A»«eUs •0:43p
• IAOOi Valif Jo. Martinez an«l Way Stations ••»»3p
•11:00.1 Nlles, Liveraiore, Stockton. Sacra-
mento, tlenuuta. ilaafonl, Visalia.
rcrterriUo MilSf
>!<:•«¦ lUTwarOs. KUes and Way SUtions. *a>43p
tliAOpS^ctamentoUiferHtetmers t*iOOv
•3:« Op IlaywazOs. NiUs and Way Stations. # »t43#
•4it»«»r Martlnvx. S>u lUraoii. Vallejo.
S*p<». O«lbit..««, Santo Ro»» •»tl»*
•Itoor Bvatcia, VacaTllle. .Sacramento,
Wuixllntxl, KiilkuU IJluJlne.
• • MaryMillow O»»»ille •!•:««
•¦li3<>p Sllej, Han .loeoaii.l Btockton *7>l3r
•3:O«pTho Onl Limited— Tracr. Fresno.
' BakcraQcM. Sangus for Santa Bar- "*
bara. V>l An«eles. MOK» A
aSiOOpSumt Limited— El Paso. New Or-
leans &ai E.at «!O»«a4
•3:SOp St<Kkton. Ueicl. Krwno *13>13»
•."i::iop Vießiuo. Ha^enUsUt. HauU liatbais,
Ix>a Aogelcs. IVmlnj, El Puo.
Kew Orleans and East *9t43A
*3>3«p Kant* r.i Kuulo— Atlantlo Eipress
for Mo|tli ami Kuat f B:J.l»
•0:OOp ITaTirarfU, NllnamlUan Jose •";!"» 4
?OiSOp Vailoju »I2il»»
•oi3«r Oriental M*n— Osilen. Cheyenne.
Omaha, Chlc«s» ••»*»*
•«»S»r Oriental ilall— Ogden, Cenrer.
Omaba, Chicwoi *4<lSr
J7:»Op Vallcjo. Port Costo and Way BU-
ttona. t»sa3»
- •9:»3r Oregon and California Kiprom, Sao>
rameuto. M.rjs.illo. llr.UlliiK.
IViklniMl. Tiuot h.m.Ht and Fjta> *»!i!*4
•S:lsANewark.OP!it 1 -r»ill«.H«n.lose.FMtoo.
BtaUons »5i(»«»
f«<l3p Newark, Oiiterfille, San Jose, New
Akuaden, Felton, Itoulder Creek,
Saata dm and Principal Way
Stations f »•«•"»•*
MilSp Newark, Kan Joso, Los Catoa. *»i*»i
MlilJp Uantera' i:icursl>n. San Jcsa and
WayHUMoos t7»— *
TURK, 543— Clean, quiet room for gentleman,
with bath. $5 a monUi; private family.
TVRK. 19, and 1122 Market (Parker House)—
Nicely furnished sunny suites; also other
rooms; rent reasonable; by day, week or mo.
TURK, 24 — Funny furnished rooms, $1 25 per
week; suites. $4 up; changed hands.
•ramSJii mSCIJCO— foot of lUrkri Strtit (S!b 8)—
*7:IS 9:0O ll:00«.tf. JI:C3 *2:C3 U-29
•i:CO 15.-C3 *C:s3r.u.
.rr^o»KU»3~r3attrSr»»4w.f.—"CM. r r^0»KU»3~r3attrSr»»4w.f.— "CM 8:00 10.-OOsJf.
f!2:CO '1:00 12.-C3 *3:C3 |4:C3 'S.-Carj*.
A BRANCH office for Call advertisements and
subscriptions has been established at 1098 Va-
lencia ft.
A BRANCH office for the reception of adver-
tisements and subscriptions has been opened
at 1223 Polk ft.: open until 9 p. m.
H^T^L^Xlß^ilot?NTT~l7M^UirkeT^ru— Ele-
gantly furnished sunny rooms: en suite or sin-
gle; with or without board; table first class;
reduced rates.
ttfslOA Ocean Vievr. H.xilh Sun Franctaco.. t****»
• J:O<»* San Jow ami Way Stations (Kew
Aluwtleii Wwlumdaysouly) »1:»«»
•»:•«* .«Uu Jow. Ties I'fiioa, Hanta Crux,
I'aclllc (Wore. Pun Untiles. Hux
I.nls Oliispo, Bnrf, Lompoo and.
Principal \V«» Stations •<«!•*
•14H40A Sail Jo.ioam! W»y HUtlona *«iB3A
•llia«>A Baa Joso and Way Stations. *S«SOr
ta-.4srBati M*t-o, Kedwood. Menlo Park.
Palo- Alto. Hanta Claim. BanJoae.
Tres Picos, B*ut» Cms. Salinas.
Monterryau.l l>acMo Gxors 4I«iS«&
f:VX*r SanJoseand Way Stations *7:3i>r
1 1 tl.ir Saa Josean.t Principal Way Stations *1>:43»
fs:OOpBanJosoaud Principal W»y SUUons t9:OOa
•i::t(»r SanJnaeanJ Principal Wsy Stations *ft:B3*
•«.-:«Op 3»n Jose ami WayStatlons ?»s4K>a
Hlf4->p San Jpaaawt Way Stations »7i3Oy
A for Morning. P for Afternoon.
* Daily. t Hunriay exmpted. { Sunday only.
rb Saturday only.
a Tuesdays and Fridays ¦ c Thursdays and Sunday*,
EXCELLENT board, bath, phone, fine room
for two gentlemen. $!»; 15 minutes' walk
from Kearny and Market: references.
HOTEL SALISBURY, Hyde and Eddy: changed
hands; thoroughly renovated; elegant rooms.
LAS PALMAS. l«20 Market st.— Suite of 2 or 3
mi.; private- bath; sin. rms.: board optional.
VAN NESS aye.. 944 (The Wallace)— Rooms
and board: furnlched and unfurnished: $30 up.
THISTLETON, 272 Sadowa et.. Ocean View.
has the most deair&V.e and cheapest homes
In San Francisco.
$7tO for 5-ruom cottage: Plymouth aye.
$800 buys a nice 4-room cottage; lot 25x125.
$STA— Nice house: I lots. 50x125: bargain.
8900—4 rooms. l*»;i;. h.>t and cold water, etc.
tlOOO— Elecant cottage on Broad et.
$1100 each— 2 lovely cottage*: lot 23x200 each.
The above property Is located on the choic-
est streets ln Ocean View; streets craded; S.
V. water, etc.. and within 4 minutes" walk of
street cars; also new S-roem house, all mod-
ern improvements. 43 Prospect aye.. near Mis-
eion-st. power house; cost $1000; will cell for
. $16j0 on easy terms. Nice building lots near
the cars from $!¦>'. $200 and 13^0 each; can be
bought on installments or far cash. Cottages
for rent and rtnts collected.
BAD tenants ejected for $4; collections made;
city or country. PACIFIC COLLECTION* CO..
415 Montgomery St.. rooms S-10; tel. 5520.
ROOMS papered from- $3; whitened, $l-up;
painting done. Hartman Paint Co.. 319 Third.
RENTED, repaired, bought, sold; machine sup-
plies. Standard Agency, 145 Cth; phone Mint 45.
ALL kinds bought, sold, exchanged, rented; re-
palrine at lowest rat»«. 205 Fourth *t.
BEKINS Van and Storage Co.. 1340 Market rt. ;
tel. South E35; packing, moving and storage.
PIERCE-RODOLPH Storage and Moving Co.
Office. 401 Post St.. cor. Powell: tel. Main 6713.
BEKIN*B Van and Storage Co.. 1340 Market;
tel. South £33; packing, moving and storage.
DIVIDEND Notice— Dividend No. 77 (25 cents
per chare) of the Hutchinson Sugar Planta-
tion Company will be payable at the office
of the company. No. 327 Market St., on and
after Tuesday. March 20, 1900. Transfer books
will close on Wednesday. March 14, 1900. at
t p. m. E. H. SHELDON. Secretary.
t .Tnc^g mm
Tlburon f*rry. Foot of Market St
WEEK DAYS— 7:3O. 9X9. 11:00 a, m.: 11:3 a,
3:30. 5:10, . 6:30 p. m. Thursdays— Extra trip
at 11:30 p. m. Saturdays — Extra, trips at V.tM
and 11:20 p. m.
•UNDAYS-S:0O. 9:30. 11:00 a. in.; I:3<X 3:34,
8:00. C:3O p. m.
WEEK DAYS— «:». 7:50, »:20. 11:10 a.m.; 11:4*.
3:40. 5:10 p. m. Saturdays— Extra trips al
1:55 and «:35 P. m.
BUNDAYS-e:10. »:40, I1U» a. m.; 1:40, 3:40, 1.-40.
5:25 p. m
Between San , Ftandsco and SChnetxea Park
same schedule as above.
Leave Arrive
Ban Francisco. In Effect San Franciscan
-¦ I October 13. *
¦ Week ' Bun- IS9». Sun- "Week
Days. days. Destination. days. Day*.
7:30 am 8:00 am NovatOw l»:40 ami 8:*) ana
8:30 ptn 9:30 am. Petaluma. «:05 pm!U>:2s aca
1:10 pm 5:00 pm Santa Rosa. 7:39 pmj (:23 pta
T:3O am Windsor. 10:23 an
1:30 pm 8:00 an cloverdale. 7:33 pm <:S1 pn>
tJO ami IHopland and I I
I 8:00 am| Uklaa. | 7:35 pm{ »:O pa
7:30 am ' . 10:13 ana
f :00 am Ouernevllle. 7:33 pm
S:3O pm ' * . *:22 pm
7:30 ami 8:00 ami Sonoma ( 9:15 arc! S:4ftan»
and )
1:10 pm) 6:0O pm| Glen Ellen. | (:05 pm| f:S2 pm
T:» am| 8:00 am ! SebastopoL |10:40 am!l»:2s ana
»:30pm| S:oOpm| I 7:35 pmj 6:22 pm
Stages connect at Santa Rosa for Mark West
Springs and White Sulnhur'Spiinga; at Lytton
for Lytton Springs; at GeyservlHe for Skaggs
Springs; at Cloverdale for the Geysers; at Hop-
land for Duncan Springs. Highland Sprtnn.
Kelseyrllle. Carlsbad Springs, Soda Bay. Lait»-
port and Bartlett Springs; at Uklah for Vlcny
Springs, 6aratoga Springs. Bine Lakes, Laurel
Dell Lake, Witter Springs. Upper Lake. Porno,
Potter Valley. John Dajrs. Riverside. LJer!ey*s»
Bucknell's. Sannedrtn Heights. HullvUle,' Orr*a
Hot * Springs, Mendoctno Ctty. i Fort Bra.es.
West port, Usal. Willltts. Laytonvllle. Cum-
mlng's. Bell's Springs. Harris. Olaea's. Dyer.
Scotia and Eureka.-
Saturday to Monday round-trip tickets at re-
duced rates.
On Sunday round-trip tickets to . an points
beyond San Rafael at half rates.
Ticket Offices 650 Market .st.. Chronicle bids.
H. C. WHITINO. ¦ R. X. RYAN. -
General Managar. | Gen. Pass. Agent.
O G. MAY & CO. offer these new modern
Berkelf homes for sale.
$2*oo— « rooms d bath.
$3250— 7 rooms and bath.
$3500—1* rooms and bath.
. $3700 — 9 room* and bath.
$4130—9 rooms and bath.
All with street work done;valso cottages
from $1000 upward; see our fine building sites.
O G. MAY & CO., opp. High School, Berke-
ley Station. ¦¦*-¦¦

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