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Northeast Corner .Greea cad* DeTlsadero Streets. «,«06--Pn>jjt Lobos aad Tenth. ares.; 32:6il00; 5 * pie ss l * bx V> «rUl.be a transfer cor- "JTfcr.^*/??.'*™* absolute cer- " -liiS? * :% oon >«' *rtil be a transfer £?m wi!l b * coa ' T e<T valuable.- .We !^'? : R - <* the' corners, at- Clement st. "1 f}*** * T e. Afterward they b*came J^t^ J* 01 "" *°« the values went up ' \u25a0 F£. **?f- aad tXMindsand are still soar- o^*-. ll •**»\u25a0 bar(i work selling those s?™*** *«r*Ts were Incredulous. We ; . ' i£ls * l V > ' /Urn -* **« Qost U** 1 * * ' "Th^^L£° inti wou!d *«"• located there. " \u25a0"'•\u25a0- rn^Sf-^Sf* l^. llo *'*" WOTXh lltu « tot- " ST'«^fH^* etr "°P Mt P»« of It Is •;">. S ;"»' B VV" 1 ' bUt 60ld tnem to *«»« \u25a0 ' r..«*.s7if^ M x ?. ' aTe mon ey- Would it \u25a0 \u25a0'• Zt l. P ay f ?^ lnt * rest °« *30.000? It only • »artbl!?»7? 19001lS c «a. 12500 can rtmiin; «?SZ;- Ia 81 -:»unied district; 27:6x52:6. - •\u25a0^ f ' B^SSf M i rt - " SxlM ' °«" Seventh aye • "••\u25a0fi 150^^1* fer.two stores and Cats. \u25a0 £W nT * i<l * : 23x104; very ---'\u25a0\u25a0•££?"£• lr » u -»2»ted: grand marine view; • ' •• E^m L;°'? t: \? oe 6 ««««»<Jtas»; ready to P * c^ -Heights'- comer; graad marlae : \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0.•\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 .. -•:? '*.! \u25a0*?? p i • fiMbuy; positively ttiOft-Jpf^^ l^- 1^ I ' 62^ ««» P^r toot- • \u25a0'•= i "- '•\u25a0^" t Eft*'** the- street; all new nouses ' "' ' f?^ .1* -biruaalsiwd; stone pavement; .: : \u25a0•:- : : -Sj *f»* M: ill. the others built on tad \u0084:\u25a0"• .;- ! |gg 01H-'0 1 H-'' b .*.f« at »: this lot is well worth -.' •^•OfWNeii' • 2V«tory .and basemen* residence. \u25a0''\u25a0 . -f ,f? OI =»i •icny 6ide; lot 25x110; well -• -•' s '^ 0 * coaditioa: marine view; ;•• • \u25a0.;^n. or. Pacific are r ; hat all modern .« - :.teprov«jxeats;. will exchange for an lm- V-- .••:Fr i^ d: P*^ a ? f"-" 3 that has a reslfleaee *ii jtn^ •^ rr * ca ' pt4r and school. UI.COO-T-2-etorjr residence; attic and basement- •= - .- P°^ about 2 years: marine view; to- : - s %,- jgeth*r.. with all the household furniture . V. '..carpets.- pic.; ready to «tcp Into; a grand \u25a0.: : : - bargain; -to be sold oa account of de^ :"': "' »V -«.^* ncr! ? f rosa '.city. ' feast side, north of B st; - $i.S5^-Slxth' irel: 25x120; south of A st. r* I *.:^^ •*«« -SS'.feet froauge. S2M per *?<JOP^? <J0 P^^ 3 'ft Lobos aye.; a splendid bargala : -..- ' . • ,~««W; .fine lot to Improve; just the ' ' • .'- loc *Jf oi > for market and public halL Northeast " Corner Green and Devjsadero Streets. .-:.-\u25a0•". > -• -.:; .Qffic* Hours 11 to 4. ; - : '. . - PHONE WEST 2616. ' .'.-• ' •'; : \u25a0 ' •': -' * t ; C j£ K>J *i- • : •\u25a0••-;• • \u25a0.\u25a0 auction! ' • .' :-. •" • •-.>.: ' AUCTION. : v .• - ::\u25a0 ..-••; --auction. -. '-. -: . : AUCTION. • V •'" -.;•':' ' • \u25a0 AUCTION. • .I-:. 1 '-: ."; \u25a0;.\u25a0\u25a0;\u25a0. \u25a0 auction. • : "•"•- 'I To dose the estate of ,*. - JOHN PFORR (Deceased). We will oCer ' ..- •• — DESTRABLE BUTLDrxO LOTS — 63 - • -.«Sr-DESIRABLE BUILDING LOTS— 63 ' - es— t>Esrp.AßLS BUIUUNG LOTS— 63 .. .-. O— DESIRABLE BUILDING LOTS— 63 «»— DESIRABLE BtTLDINO LOTS— « 3 v .' -«— DESIRABLE BUILDING LOTS— 63 W . O— DESIRABLE BUILDING LOTS— 63 . . «*— DESIEA BLE BUILDING LOTS— 63 V-f',*;B-' .: ' • '\u25a0 SxlOO each. \u25a0;"•." ' KEAtt CLEX PARK. (ATXHOAT BEPTEMBEB 1. 1808 . At l o'clock p. m. tALB WIM, BE HELD OS THE PROPERTY. •'\u25a0\u25a0 "Take Sfisslon or €Berrero-«treet ears aad get •ft* at <31« i Par*. F»c rsrtber p*rtJrnlars apply to --.\u25a0.' ' ' • G. H. UMBSEN * CO.. . .-. .' -'• - 20 Moctcomery street. • '.'.-'•'•\u25a0 '•'.•* - - . - "'-_ \u25a0':,' /':' ' : • . . " A..C. CRABB & PEISER. • '.'. - 1561 E? 1*"1 *" * t -'« »*« FUlaore. IX5.5OO;— EUts. near Bo'-hanaa, north ride; S first- •\u25a0 "rlass Cat»: lot 25x120: rent $1306 a year; -cearir new. A spleadid Investment. 2F.ZVQ — VUlejo. near Octaru, north side; ele- *»• met S-rooza resiflenee. Fine aad com- ' r ' ' •: tort«ble tome. 15.000 — Waller, resr Scott: handsome cottage. "6 rooms aad tw.tt: lot 20.x13T:6. ~ fS.JM — Ashbury at., near Frede'rtifk; a splendid new 10-roota residence; high class and cnodera ia ; every vray. '• A irreat saap;. w«vrth much mare than this price. See it. t£.*OQ—'S. side Fell, near Pierce; fiae 7-room ;; -hrnjae: also bath and fine garden: lot 25x137:6: fiae condition and worth seeing. SO.OOC— ilaaonie. near Frederick; handsome \u25a0..house: 7 rooms, hath and basement: lot • 22x100. ) This i« a Fa*p. $56.000 — Scwth siie California, near Cectral aye. ; 12 new modern fiats. 4 rooms aid bath »a<"ft: rent for $320 a month: lot 65x100. 124.000 — NW. cornpr.Clay *nd Lvon: 3 modern fiats; ftse bargain: S. 9 aad 10 rooms; ' -rent before fire prices $175 a month j lot %• : 37:6rlin. J.:-.. :L 'A. C. CRABB * PEISER. .1581 EUSs Et.. near Fillmore. •* MacKENZIE & UNDERHILL. EEAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE BROKERS. .: 2113 FILLMORE 6T-. NEAR CALIFORNIA. 4I&.000 — New bonce cf 7 rooms; marine view; • lot 27x112. Jest the place for a small : • .. family; exclusive neighborhood. Terms can be tcade* to- suit. H!3.000 — Corner on Van Ness aye.: can be' made to pay 13 per ceat oa investment. Must } - .\u25a0:.--% be «old.' •*ltOO&- : -7-room taodern house la best part of • . Panhandle District; lof 23x137:6. ' $5.550 — Pr- 5 and 6 room flats; all modern im- , ptoTesests; In the Richmond District; ' rent 452 per month. '; '.To !ea«e — 60 feet frontage on Post, near Polk. •reacts* ttrc-cgh to rear street; very cheap; long *}**** if tJertreA " \u25a0%. GBTZ. Owner and Dealer, Beal Estate. ' • - -. \u25a0 Tensporary Offle* .. •': i«a setter st.. cor. rnxMOBB. .; • HOMES. HOMES FOR EVERYBODY. . ' ' tSOO to S4O0 — Exrelslor Homestead: level lots; - yecr pick of a block; eaay terms; oa car llae; -° " see; thVffl at oace. ' 1350 to- JTS0 — Sunset, Richmond. Ocean fle^ht* tad Ocean Beacn lots, on termi. • COTTAGES ON MONTHLY PAYMENTS. • . BCY DIRECT FROM THE OWNER. f S"O l#t— Will rmt np temporary bnildlngs, N. side •f rulton 10* E. of Polk. 120x120; W. tide . s»f Beveith «.. ISO ». of Folium. <7x165: W. «Ide cf Third ax.. 60 S. et Harrison. ROx 120; XT: side of Third it. MS. of Perry. 25i rl; f. side cf Harnsoa. T3 i W. of Third. 80x lso- temp«rarri««'s» a ? «» E l la« °* Po I^; rwWo OsV^and Washinrton. GEORGE K. TRINK. 2626 Vallejo st^ till 8:30 a. m. and after 6 p. ta. . •' ' SULLIVAN. BEA it CO.. 1437 Fillmore street $4000— B*«otlfol 7-room cottape on Fair Oaks «.: finest Woek tn the MUslon. «».,•«. $425^— Three flats. 5 rooms each: lot 50x120, Jot w«rth the tnnneyj l&th and Howard »ta. Hson— Two CaU. 6 rooms each; First are., "^ICSO— I>«»t <Mt-*t. residence: rt*»P^. taooo-^AKhbury-ft. oanston: worth 112.000. BOMES bul^t for property owners to borned dls- **,^ M . eta pnyment cnnece«*ary. Bullfilag igZinHMoa Sinpany. 2053 Eutter St.. near Flllmore. \u25a0 F K l rh blork lathe Kunsrt District near Parkrtrte. 50 IoU. We will sell this f.ir $12,500 As an investment this Is a See »,«y* pEISE a. jv-, , 1561 EUU St.. near Flllmore. "f/KUfIN Artibury Heights; a fine cottage of 7 . .red fey the earthquake; key |«»- »*U»v n ' ce r^fden Apply .«« premise, « J"*" 1 "* •*£ . frr« 1 «» 4 p. m.; tske Masoaic-ave. cars to rrederV-fc st. STORES- We have raecy fine stores to lease !n the • turned district ; al-o 6 to. «tor« opposite 3,m** Flood tmndinf. * xCIG *£ VP K i iJJ?: ' VF.NS. JOS3 Golden Gate aye.. between Laguna »a« Bnchanan'sts. " HOTELS AND LODGING-HOUSES. W# have owners who will build for tensnts I- to the tossed district. BACTGAcCPI & STE- ".vF.ys. '. : F^lt »al* — 25x87:6. 907 Flllraore St.. betweea • McAllister and Fulton, with Improvements. ' BAOGALCPI & STEVENS. 1033 Goldea Gate •«t*.. between Lagnaa and Bnchanaa sts. - TOR s*le— House of 5 rooms, bath, toilet with , * modem improvements, and basement; 1 block • fmra the car. Call at I£2 Hexold are., Ingle- S. F. land title* i*«tored expedltloutly and ! cheaply, fi. W. GIBBS. 422 Monadnock bldg.. fi*a Francisco. A GOOD income t>c«iEe«s pronerty for sale oa '•accocct of sickness; this is a chance of a life- time.. Inquire 6*3 Howard st. 7-ROOM cottage for aaler to be removed. Apply 2314 Webster st. -. . , \u25a0\u25a0 -• BOUSES «»<i »fcacks bctlt cheap: pUn» free. PACIFIC BUILDING CO.. MS Hampshire it. CITY REAL ESTATE— Contlnned. SOL GETZ k. SONS. REAL ESTATE OWNERS. 607 DEVISADERO ST. $250 to f 100 — Yonr choice in new block, bet °«nl* and Bussla ayes.. Excelsior Homestead. Level Lots, near Mission-st. Cars. Come early! Lots fellies fast Best opportunity to seenre homes on easy payments. Call for diagrams and prices. $^00 to $1200— New blocks In Sunset, Rich- mond and Oceanslde just being graded. Posi- tively cannot be excelled; fins view; low prices: easy terms; near Park aad cars. CotUgea in various locations on terms. Oceanslde branch •fflce, cor. H . St. and «7th » T e. Open daily and Sundays. SOL GETZ A, SONS. 507 Devlgadero st. near Hayes. Cvßr. "TLCOX. real esute and lasuraace. 837 __Go»den Gate aye. HALFMOOy BAY REAL ESTATE. HALFMOON BAT. OUB NEW SUBURBAN CITY. THE COMING SUMMER RESORT. THE FINEST OCEAN BEACH. Will soon be annexed to GREATER SAN FRANCISCO. Thousands of men are employed cutting through the hills and laying ties for the Ocean Shore : Railroad to put SAN FRANCISCO in closer communication with the most beau- tiful spot on the Pacific Ocean. Think! Only forty minutes* rWe in a modern palace car from your business to your home. No transfer, no boat, and quick service. Millions will be made in Beal Es- tate within the next two years ia HALFMOON BAY. Lots are at present selling very rapidly in Pllarcltoj Park, Shore .'•: - Acres, Arleta Park, Miramar Ter- race, Miramar Beach, and the Mi- ramontes, Moatara and El Mar Tracts. They are the cream of all subdi- di visions along, the Ocean Shore. Now Is the time for yon to get a home at a price which will double and triple In value shortly and TEN FOR ONE will be made on choice locations. Following are the firms representing the best tracU: P. B. Jordan & Co., Pilarcltoe Park and Shore Acres. 218 Castro st. T. B. Potter Realty Company, Aleta Park, 1017 Steiner St., cor. Golden Gate' are. Halfmoa Bay Development Company, Miramar Terrace and Beach, HOG Post St., near Van Ness aye. Frank \u25a0P. Brophy. Miramoatps Tract. 761 Clayton st. • Mcnura Realty Development Company, Montara Tract, 1300 Golden Gate are., cor. Fillmore st. Riviera Land Company. El Mar Tract, - 632 Montgomery st MONTARA. • Boy a lot XOW in the MAXTARA TOWNSITE. oa line of the Ocean Shore R. R., before the PRICE IS ADVANCED. Lots, with all lmprove- meats. $150. We ask NOTHING DOWN. Ex- cursioa to Moatara Sundays. Investigate. MONTARA REALTY COMPANY. 1300 Golden gate aye.. corner FUlmor» at. OAJCLAXU ItISAL. ESTATE. - AUSTIN'S LIST. $10,000 — One' of the best-paying downtown prop- ..ocltioas on the market today; a big 2- story building, consisting of 2 good stores below and 9 rooms above, on 9th St.. - sear Webster; right In the very heart of the busiest and best part of upper China- town: now bringing in a monthly rental of $100; the tenants pay the water; for a flae, big iaterest-payiag tavestment this - is one of the best we have to offer. (1549) $1,250 — A brand-new California bungalow of 3 rooms; porcelaia bath; gas, electricity; ' hot aad cold water; only 3 blocks from Saa Pablo aye.: close to S. P. aad Key Route trains; lot 25x100; 25 feet more along side can be bought for only $300. making a fine little home at a total cost of $1550. (174) $3,200 — Two flats la a splendid renting dis- trict; lot 47:6x125; large enough to build another on; pretest Income $40 per month; this property is bound to increase in value; handy to cars, trains, etc (1332) .$2,950 — A very neat, well-built o-rootn cottage «n 19th St.. close to Adeline; just com- pleted; reception hall; alcove celling in parlor and dining-room; panel finished ia Oregoa pine; lot 35x111. (1522) $900— A fine big corner on the San Leandro road; the only main southern outlet from this city: an ideal site for a roadcouse or axy kind of business. ;*• \u25a0\u25a0' (2334) $535— Choice . building lot on East 22d St.. near 9th aye. ; one block from ear and In fine resideace district; 33:4x100; only half cash, balance to tult. (1701) .-\u25a0". -:.- GEORGE W. AUSTIN. 1002 BROADWAY. BEAUTIFUL LOT FOR HOME. .;'. VERNON HEIGHTS. OAKLAND. Corner Orange and Perry iU., one block from Oaklat>d*av«. electric ear line, rouaing direct to either S. P. or Key Route local ttalus. leoxiie. Cash price $7500. ir Interested, examine location. Owner's ad- £re*« on *Irn oa tot. 60x100 FEET; corner lot; country home, right in Oakland; seven-roomed bouse. In good or- der; trees all around; see it: 2155 Linden St., Junction San Psblo aye. aad Thirty-fourth St.; cars pass the door; $5000 Ukes It. Apply on EAST OAKLAND REAL ESTATE. A DESIRABLE HOME. (2800—5 rooms, bath and basement, with bean- tlful yard: east frost; five minutes' walk from 23-ave. tUtloa. DESIRABLE building lots at prices ranging from $450 to $1200. A FEW bargains in small places, from $1200 to .\u25a0 $16D0.. . . SEVERAL elegant homes, from $3000 to I*ooo. CLEVENGER— EXCLUSIVE AGENT/ •- 1220 Twenty-third aye. \u25a0 NOT OPEN ON SUNDAY. A LAMED A REAL ESTATE, ~~ HOME AND INCOME PROPERTX. $6000 — Very fine corner in the heart of Alameds; has two good dwellings on the land; good tenants, have been on the premises for sev- eral years; it would be a desirable place to make a home in one house and rent the other; bargain. CLEVENGER. EXCLUSIVE AGENT, •'•:\u25a0' 'J 1220 Twenty-third Avenue, NOT OPEN ON SUNDAY. COUNTRY REAL ESTATE. CALIFORNIA land. $1 . acre, balance eatir* pur- chase $1 week for each 5 acres; no Uxes; no Interest; 6-*cr« tracts; level, rich, clear: ready to plow; nader Irrigation; perpetual water tight; immediate possession given; par- ticular*, maps, photographs for 2c stamp. EtevJcscn Colony, room 26, 703 Van Ness ats.. Ban Francisco. \u25a0 - HOMES in the country; send for catalogue, O. M. WOOSTER CO.. \*M O' Parrel! at. BURLI.VGAME REAL ESTATE. BURLINGAME GROVE. \u25a0 Lots Soxl2o • • now on the market from $500 cp; small pay- ment down and $10 ' per month;* price Includes sewers, water, streets, cement sidewalks and shade trees: certificate of title free with each I deed ; Saa Mateo electric cars leave Fifth and Market sU. every 12 minutes; cars stop on re- quest at Bnrllagame Grove sUtlon; tgeau on the property all day Sunday. Homes built on lnsUlmenU, - same as paying rent. \u25a0 • \u25a0 •> k For circular!, maps and farther Information apply BURLINGAME GROVE COMPANY, F.A. DUNBAR. Agent. Rook 91S, Monadnock Building. L;_Tel. -\u25a0 Temporary . 1053.'- " MILL VALLEY RBAL ESTATE. ' BOTLE PARK. MILL VALLEY. THE SWITZERLAND OP -AMERICA., Large, sightly lota, wooded: bay and monsUti \u25a0 view: streets being graded and sswered; tra tiding restriction; 6 minutes to ' station ; \ JoU <50 feet • and larger; price $460 up. T. O. PARKER - * CO. L. T. Paxkw, agent. Mill Valley. THE SANA FRANCISCO BERKELEY REAL ESTATE. $2500 — NEW. 5-room cottage, with batb. pantry, laundry, etc. ;• electric fixtures;, lot 31x100; convenient to Key Route and S. JV stations; terms, $000 dorra, balance $25 per month. $2800— New. bigb-baseznent cottage, with bath, pantry, lanndry, etc.; . beautifully finished: handy to Key Route and : S. P. stations: terms, $1000 cash, balance J-Zi per month. $2900 — New 5-room bungalow.- with bath, pantry, laundry, storeroom.; combination fixtures;: lot 40x120; street work end sidewalk* com- plete; handy to Key Route and S. P. sta- ;>;\u25a0'? tioas; $500 cash, balance $25 per month. $4250 — Bargain; ele&ant. new - ( 9-room house, fully furnished (with piaao>; bath, pantry, laun- dry, and right at S. P. and Key Route sta- tions; lot a?xl20;. street work and waUa j complete; fine garden, lawa and 1 palms; ' owner leaviag town and -selling at sacrifice. $3200— New 5-room bungalow, with bath, pantry, laundry, etc.; very convenient to Key Route and S. P. stations; lot 40x135; street work and walks complete; fine location; southern frontage. • • $6500 — Bargain; beautiful 8-room bonse. complete In every modern appointment: flae corner and on a main street: handy to S. P. and Key .Route stations; elegantly furnished; do not fail to examine this if yon want a splendid home. 0. A. RUDOLPH, South Berkeley. A SOUND INVESTMENT. $13.000 — Annual rentals $1344: comer; three ? tor 7 and 7-foot concrete basement, frame building of elegant flats, store and bakery. >ew. every modern convenience, best rrork- ! manshlp and materials throughout. Location one of Berkeley's most rapUllj- Krowing and best promising buslnegs sections. Address box 6695. Call office. Oakland. . FRUIT VALE REAL ESTATE. WORTH INVESTIGATING. \ ~~~~~~~~~ $1500 cash, balance oa installments; 7- room. artistic house oa Farnam St.. near Frult- vale aye.; flaa residence location; "not far from .cars and train; modern plumbing,, two clinker brick mantels, gas, electricity, sewer, city w»ter, etc.; extensive panel work, beam ceil- ings, box seats, buffet; large lot. prettily fenced; grown trees and sines; price $4500; will discount for immediate cash sale. Apply at tent opposite. . ; . PROPERTY WANTED. FLATS and houses under $10,000; we have the buyers KINLEY, YON BORSTEL & CO., inc. 1761 Geary et. MISCELLANEOUS— FOR SALE. AN cp-to-date Potts soft-mud brick outfit, com- plete; used but three months, comprising: 1 Potts soft-mud machine. : 1 Potts disintegrator. No. 3. 1 Potu sander. CO.Potta molds. 1 clay elevator. 1 mod elevator. — 8 hand trucks. 4 mule trucks. 5 damp carts. 2 wheel scrapers. 1 50 H.-P. Atlas engine. 1 60x16 Atlas boiler. 1 oil pump. 1 water pump. Pulley* and shafting. 60 Portable oil burners, suitable for clamp kilns. All tools, barrows— everything,' in fact, necessary in the manufacture cf a soft-mud brics.- the above is for sale at a bargain. Address BRICK, box 314. Fresno, CaL FOR sale — Launch. 52 feet long, full cabin, 50 H.-P. engiae; lauach. 45 feet long, full cabin. 30 H.-P. engine; launch. 30 feet long, half cabin. 20 H.-P. englae; launch, 2-3 feet long, open boat. 8 H.-P. engine. CROWLEY'S BOATHOUSE. Howard-Street Wharf.' 7*-' *, . / ".': . A— BUYS, sells and rents gear machinery, en- gines, boilers, water pipes, shafting, pulleys. New Iron, steel, horseshoes, etc., slightly dam- aged, for sale cheap. WHITELAW. 336 Main St.; tel. Temp. 144. • 'SALOON fixtures and billiard tables for imme- diate delivery. BRUNSWICK-BALKE-COLLENDER CO.. Twentieth and Harrison sta. Phone Special IPS. FOR sale— 2l benches, suitable forTiall or church purposes, npbolstered In red plush, with red a plush cushions: In excellent condition. Inquire at office of .Temple Israel, comer California and Webster ets. THE "Occult Renting Library"; rare books oa as- trology, spiritualism, philosophy, science, etc.. bought, sold, rented. 711 8 Franklin st. ; see • catalogue. . . : --.... .\u25a0 • \u25a0 ATTENTION Coatractors! ,v, v • Woodtaw ontflta. hoists and concrete mixers, •steam and gasoline driven. BAKER & HAM- \u25a0 ILTON, cor. Third and Berry sts. •' - ' A SINGLE stone diamond ring, blue stone, per- fect: suitable -for engagement rins;' price SUS: weight, 1 carat less ij. Box 1727. Call. TF.NT. blue striped, canopy top, 14x1f».-with 6- ft. wall, scalloped with red. awalnsr front, boarded floor; in lot 37th and Adellna.Oakland. WAGON and carriage blacksmith shop for sale; bnslness established 15 years. Address box 6703, Call office. Oakland. MERIOAN. the Painter, bos moved across the street; now at 1447 Ellis st. Paint. $1 gal- lon: wall paper. SVSc a roll. CASH registers; 400 alzes. at all prices, for all kinds of business, oa liberal term*, j National Cash Register Co.. 1227 Golden Gate aye. CASH registers — We save yon money. American Second-Hand Cash Register Company, 33 Fifth et.. opposite Mint. SALOONS, cigar stands and grocery stores fitted op: plans and estimates furnished at factory, 3060 Seventeenth st. CASH registers suitable for naloons, restaurants, groceries, etc.: $65 each: also small sizes for cigar stores, $45 each. 827 Market st. MILES of pipe and fittings, all sttas; pip* cut snd fitted to sketch. EUGENE RILEY & BON, 406 Main st. CASE, dental chair; good as new: cheap. E. 3. Florentine DenUl Laboratory, 305 Scott st. TWO grocery counters, one bar counter, for sale, at SW. cor. Tweaty-nlnth and Church sts. - NUMBER 1 hearse for sale cheap. Address J. M. HILLIS.or bo* 14. Merced. Cal. LAVATORIES, closets, sinks and plumbing ma- terial. Formerly 213 Fourth st.. now 1964 Post. BRICKS given away for nothing. N. E. corner of Market and Davis streets. . * PORTABLE bouses, union made. $220 up. Im- proved Utilities Company. 777 Haight st. HALLWOOD Cash Registers. P. C Oa»h Rejrln- er Co.. 16 City Hall square: phone Special 901. BAFES — Hermann Safe Co.. ISO Folscm st ; agents Maeneale A Urban ssfes. MANTELS repaired; tiles and grates reset. 3062 Seventeenth st. WOOD mantels, grates and all kinds of til* In stock. 3064 Seventeenth st. . EDISON Moving Picture Machines and Stereoptl- cons; bargains. GEO. BRECK. 552 Grove st. SAFES — Stock on band; 600 en route. - RICH- ARDSON BROS.. 131 Fifth st. near Mint. MISCELLANEOUS WAXTS. FIRST-CLASS Jobs of rewinding A. C. and D. C. motors and alternators; high voltage work ouf specialty; super lor work costs - more. " but ' is cheaper in the long run. FARNSWOBTH ELECTRICAL WORKS. 603 Howard St.; phone Temporary 848. TWO motor cycles. 2 >4 horsepower; 190« model; .. Tbor engines. . Farnsworth Electrical ' Works, 603 Howard st.; phone Temporary 848. ; HIGHEST price for old clothes. O. O. aye. Loan Office. 1228 CO. aye.; money loaned. -:f:-.-\: f: -.-\ SPOT cash for diamonds, etc. KARL EBER * CO.. 1162 Post, between Tan Ness , and , Polk. BOOKS and libraries bought; highest price paid. HOLMES, the Bookseller. 757: 0. O. aye. MUSICAL K¥ STRCMEXTS. PIANOS. SPECIAL BARGAINS — Aay number of secood- hand pianos at almost * any - price. Most ot these iastruments we have bad to repossess, parties buytag same on installment 'plan hav- ing not been beard of since April IS. The? will be sold for balance due. - - . $3— Pianos for Rent — $3. BENJ. CURTA2 * SON. IWS Van Nem aye.. 1 near California st SCOTT-CURTAZ. 660 Hayes st. — Still . renting pianos, $2. $2.60 and $3 month; new and llttlt used pianos at cost. - '\u25a0 "\ *.\u25a0 DECKER BROS.' piano, in good condition, $115. HEINE PIANO CO., 1341 Golden Gate aye.. near Flllmore St.- \u25a0,-;.: . \u25a0 . : . C C. HORNUNG'S : new plsno rtore, Eddy, st., near Fillmore; fine selection of. new and second- I hand pianos; the most perfect player piano. --. UPRIGHT pUno left on sale. $65. 1341 Golden Gate , aye., . near : Fillmore st. -: . .• BARGAIN — A Vose upright : piano; \ walnut case. 2512 Sacramento tt*. ~ near 'Flllmore. ...; .. .»..- 5 BANJO strlncs. 25c: full Iln#*»at#*t records*. .CV C" Keene 1 * music * store.' 1325 '. Fillmore ; st. - JOS. SCHMITZ * C 0..330 Dsvlsadero »t..* near . Page; new and used pianos; easy terras. ; PIANO repairing, varnlshlne. pollnhlng., Pierce'a , piano ' factory, - Market. 14th and Chnrch st. ' BTRON MAUZY, Pianos— Otfle* and" narerooms. : 116g OTarrell St.; bet.; Franklin and Oooch.'. >- BTATHAM & CO.. pUnon." 24. Hi1l st.'. : formerly -.-, 110 s McAllister; -'\u25a0 expert renalrs. > , p^ • - '\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 : : AMUSiCAL-iySTRUCriO!V. J PROF.- 810/. F. AVEDANO. .vocal • tencher and studio. 701 j Fultoa st, corner , Buchanan. • \u25a0*'* ."•-;', MOSETiTOiLOAff.' \u25a0'. *\u25a0' \u25a0-\u25a0•'. ,j INSURANCE.'' -- - ;>. >" ' \u25a0. , . MONEY TO LOAN ON FIBE INBUBANCB -\u0084 poLiaEa. -.; Insurance. ' • • Insurance. •. . - - \u25a0 . \u25a0 PERCY E. FULLER,^Private Banker. • ;3os Bush St., corner Steiner. Pbone West 5936. ;. ~ AA— ALL PERSONB . . ~: ~~ Desiring loans oq furniture, . pianos, \u25a0 horses, ve- hicles, '-etc.." can obtain same quickly, privately -and at a moderate coat by seeing HOUSEHOLD LOAN COMPANY. ' - Formerly 202-3 Callaghan Bldg. 1643 O'Karrell nt.; nr." Fillmore;! also Oakland, 8 Macdononsh ; Bldg.V" 1168 Broadway. D. U. DRAKE. - ' \u25a0'•\u25a0:.\u25a0-, ~~~~ 7 1 7 Franklin Refilrr-Bldg.,'. SW. corner • Golflpn Ofttp and Polk. > 301 S;-.-P.inl Bids., Oakland. ?A LA RT LOANS - Made' quickly and 'privately to steady em- ployes; lowest • rates; easy : terms: \ loans made to old customers t without delay.' POUTT^ANn JEWELRY COMPANY, formerly ot 25 Stockton St.. will open on September 1. . 10CC. on Market st., nesr Powell, opp. 6th st. MONKY loaned salaried people 1 and others upon their ows names without \u25a0 security; cheapest \u25a0 rates, easiest payments; offices in 53 principal •"itlen; leave ronmelf money by " getting onr \u25a0 t«-nns first. TOLMAN. formerly 633 ,Parrott bldr.. n""T at lf>lfi FJllmore . Rt. ; * Goi.nKN CATK Loau Office. W.j. HESTHAL temporarr location 050- Pierre st. bet. Golden Gate ay». and McAllister st ; all pledges in Mfe* naved; redeem; a* Foon as possible. AA— ON Heal Estate.'-' lat and ' 2nd Loans. Bulldln?! on leased land. BANKERS' DEPOSIT COMPANY. 1902 Flllmore. ,CENTRAL LOAN CO. (Inc.)— Aaron Herinshi. for- merly 12!) Powell, loans on watches, diamonds, jewelry. 1660 Ellis St.. bet. Flllmore and Steiaer. ADVANCES on diamonds as usual. Baldwin Jew. elry Co., permanent office 1521 Sutter st, near Octsvla. . " . MORRELL — Cash loan«Hi to salaried men on note without \u25a0 indorser. . . 71S -. Monadnock buildlnic. THE International I^oan Co.— .Money to loan on all valuables. ' 2024 Sutter «t.. room 7. RAPHAEL'S loan office.: formerly 602 Kearay. - now at 1340. Flllmore; . open for. business. MONEY loaned on jowelry: highest price paid for old gold and silver. 1213 McAllister st MODERN LOAN COMPANY (WM. SCHMALZ & SONS> at 113* McAllister: read? for business MEDICAL. .; DR. G. W. O'DONNELLr— Ladies, all who ar« sick or in trouble, consult' this specialist oa female -complaints: positively corrected; the unfortunate helped;- the most ' difficult cases treated; every °cas« taken; tmmedlat* relief; 00 poisoning drugs; low fees; my methods will enre all cases of Irregularity; consult me; save time and money; advice free; hoars 9 a. ca. to 4, 5:30 to S:3O. 1212. Turk st. MRS. DR. GWYER. formerly of 611 A Leaven- worth St., S. F. ; now at 1326 Chestnut St., near 16th st.. Oakland: people from city take Berkeley train to 16th-st. station; take ieth-st car to Chestnut. Phone. Oakland 7491. DR. JAMES NBAL, H3B' EUls et., near Web- ster — Specialist In woman's diseases. ; Hoars, 9 a. m. to 9 p. m.; Sundays, 9 to 2. • DR. THIELE, the German specialist, Is located bow at 472 Eighth st.. Oakland. . DR. C. O. O'Donnell. renowned female specialist, 91 OA Deviaadero. bet. McAllister & G. Q. aye. MILLINERY. : < M. SAVAGE & CO., formerly of 6 Eddy St.. now located at 1127 Geary, near Tm Xw; feathers cleaned, dyed and curled. PHILOMENE M. LEY. formerly with City of Paris, now 1652. Bush St.. near Franklin. MRS. CHARLES C. ROOT: - millinery parlors. 1463 Geary at... formerly 131 Post st. MADERIA — French millinery, remodeling and trimming. 1215 Po«t »t.. near Van Xww «v». MIXES ASP MI VIX O; V- > ASSAYING. 50c: cash \u25a0 for gold.* rich - ore, etc PIONEER ASSAY CO.. 131 Fifth »t.. nr. Mint LOST AXP FOPXn. LOST — On Mission road, black band satchel cvm- taining- a sum of ge'd ami a watch and • commutation ticker. \u25a0 :-I.tberi! -reward;- for : the - return 'to the principal of- the Monroe, Pri- nury gchool. G. R. K.\T0.\.;615 3telner : sW WILL the-party who took suit case" from- Castro- st.'car Ratunli»j- morning please return to Cal- ifornia Electrical. Works, 642 Folsom St., and ' receive reward. . ', .. \u25a0 , '.. \u25a0 \u25a0.- ;- .r. r .-• LOST — Small steamer trunk between Union, Fill- more. Pacific and Franklin sts. '.about 9:30 Monday night; reward "for return., . Address boi lgSS'Call office. : >r • .; '' ' STOLEN — Brown suit- case; "F.'-S. D. b«rned la leather; $25 reward for the'arrest of thief and conviction and return of property- F. S. DE \u25a0 TIBBITS (Healy A Tlbbits Con. Co.). . LOST— A passbook with MUTUAL' SAVINGS BANK .OF SAN FRANCISCO, No. 6237. Finder please return to bank. \u25a0:\u25a0 \u25a0 LOST— A passbook with MUTUAL SAVINGS BANK OF SAN FRANCISCO. No." 14,006. Finder please return. to bank. - - LOST — ETenlnz of August 27, between Golden Gate and California; lady V small gold watch. Return to 2937 Flllmore St.; reward. \u25a0>••-- LOST— Coral bar pin. Return to A. W. TUR- PIN. BS4 Capp st; suitable reward. : WANTED — Old gold and silver for manufactur- lng. Oil. Watch Ca«> Co..'. W>^ fWrrrrW «t. PROPOSALS. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Office of the Board of: Btate: Hsrbor Com- missioners, Union Depot and Ferry House, San Francisco. Cal., August" 2s, 1906. - - — '. Sealed proposals or bids will be received at ' this office at -or -prior -to ; 2:15 o'clock p. m., on THURSDAY. September 13, 1906, for fur- nlfthing materials snd " constructing a wharf along the water front , line, south of the Atchison, Topeka nnd Santa* Fe Railroad Com- pany's lease, on the water front of the city and connty of , San Francisco, In accordance with the plans and . specifications prepared therefor by the chief engineer of the board and adopted by the board, August 23, 1906. and on file \u25a0in ' this office,' to - which special ref er- ence is hereby made. '.- The materials to be used >In this work will consist of . the requisite quantities of treated ' aad untreated . first-class." close-grained, \u25a0 Doug- las, yellow fir plies, merchantable . yellow fir lumber, wrought Iron bolts, spikes, etc., all of the best quality specified I and . subject to a 1 rigid ; examination. .No bid -will be received '\u25a0 unless \u25a0 It ; Is made on 1 ' blank form furnished from this office and Is accompanied by a cer- : ' tilled check for five t <S> . per cent of the amount of the bid, payable to the order of the 1 secretary of. the board, as a guaraatee on the part- of the successful , bidder that he - will, within six (6) days after the acceptance of the bid, enter into I a written contract to do said work, according to • the plans and \u25a0 specifica- tions prepared therefor, : and ; will also execute and file with the board a bond in such sum as the board may. deem: adequate. -with a surety company to be approved by the Board of State I Harbor Commissioners.' and conditioned for the faithful performance of such contract, nor will . v said = bid ;be considered Iby •. this : board unless delivered to the ; secretary or to the assistant secretary, at the office* of. the secretary, at or prior to 2:15 o'clock p.. m.',; THURSDAY. Sep- tember 13, 1906. at which time and place the bids : trill be opened and read and then taken under consideration - until THURSDAY, the 27th day of September. : 1906. at 2:SO o'clock p. m., after bids for the lease of said wharf have been opened.; \u25a0'* . ' *'.-.;• ;\u25a0 • •The board reserves* the; right to reject any or all bids ; If, deemM 1 for the best interests of the State. Bidders are invited to' be , pres- ent at the openlntr of the bids. \u25a0\u0084 •\u25a0 \u25a0- . . CHARES H. SPEAR, J.D. MACKENZIE. HENRY J. CROCKER,; Board of Bute Harbor Commissioners. : - . ". - \u25a0 \u25a0 , LOTT D. NORTON,: Chief Engineer :- ... ' I JOHN M. FOY, Secretary. ,-:-,, \u25a0, : -,' , NOTICE to Contractors— Office of the Board of State Harbor Commissioners, Unioa Depot and Ferry-House. San 1 Francisco,' Cal., Augnst 20 , J906-— Sealed proposals f. or 2 bids will - be. *\u25a0 re- ceived at this office at or prior to 2:15 o'clock p. m.* on , THURSDAY. > August • 30, - 1906 for furnishing materials and constructing a shed on Pier No. 11 (Broadway No." 2 wharf), on the wa- iter front of the city and county: of San Fran- | Cisco, In accordance with the plans and specifi- cations prepared therefor by, the; chief engineer of the board and - adopted by the , board August 16. 1906. and on file in this office, to which spe- . cial .. reference is \u25a0 hereby made. The material* to be nsed in the work consist of the requisite • quantities of yellow, flr- lumber, wrought Iron etc., all of the- best quality specified and sub^ . . Ject to a rigid * examination.!. Ko bid - will •be received unless It- , is y made ; on • a blank form . furnished frora > this t office » snd ' is \u25a0 accompanied by a certified check fori live' (s)' per cent of -toe amount -of the *bld.*' payable to -toe order - ; of the secretary o! -the board. ; as a guarantee on the part of the? eueeessfnl; bidder that. he > will within i six i (6> days s after > the acceptance of the bid enter Into a\u25a0> written contract to do 'said work according to: the plans and spedfiea- I \u25a0 tlons prepared 1 therefor.-, and | will | also execute and file with thin board a bond in such sum as the , board may; deem 3 adequate, ; with 1 a ; anrtty company." to.be approved! by, the Board. of State Harbor Commissioners 1 and , conditioned for the faithful performance of socb' contract,' nor. will .'said bid.be considered by .this board unless de- livered to the secretary: or, to the asslsUnt sec- r retary at the office, of; the secretary at or prior • -' to 2:15 o'clock p.: m. s on Thursday, - August 30 " ISO 6. at wblcb time and place the bids will be ! \u25a0<'-'.' •' | -.'':"J--V-' I **» s-ii- I'^-,1 '^-,- ;-v»':-.;- x-.t- . -.\u25a0• \u25a0 <H The board ; reserves, the right to reject any or I all bids If deemed for the best Interests of the State..? Bidders ? are t invited 'to 2 be present lat • the ' opening lof I the I bid».~«' CHAS. .' H.* SPEAR i i. I.- D. • MACKENZIE, c HKNRYr; l.\ CROCKJIR of -State Hsrbor Commissioners. • LOTT HBS NORTON,'; chief ; engineer.? JOHX - u.'r FOX - .-••ecretary.-;, -'_-;: ;.:'\u25a0:': .v ; '-i' \u25a0 ':-.';. .: , -•': 11-:.:;v--. _'*"' PERB#AI.!I. '"\u25a0*-\u25a0 -\u25a0'.. WANTED— The address of CHARLES H. HORN- BECK, aged 24 years: last heard ; from at Beno, - Nev.^ June, \u25a0: 1903; his mother very low. Any. one having seen him since that time please communicate with J.: P. HORXBECK. Center- vllle. S. Dak.: . . . ; CURE yourself of. rheumatism; information free. il_B?S Haight «t.. near Flllmore.? •''\u25a0:.___^___ • BPSIXEsV PERSONALS. - RENEW YOUR LAND TITLES-^- - \u25a0 ___ —DO IT NOW THE TITLE RENEWING COMPANY of San Francisco Is now. prepared to re-establish your . title to city lots; as at least 3< months will be required, file yonr v applications "at once.' At- torney's office.. 1639 Flllmore St.: , - PILES.' fistula, etc., are tolerated from fear of the knife.) This /Is obviated by Dr. Kisner's ..method, which cures without knife, .danger or hindrance from business; 7000 men and women enredr some were 30 to 40 resrs' standing; . call. Investigate. Office 2091 rillmore «t. DR. J. H. KH-IRLKY A SON. .- - CANCER SPECIAUSTS. , . Twenty yean' • «necesaful practice !* Ssrra. mento; now permanently located at 693 Fell rt.. Baa Fraacisco. ..v:.' ,'\u25a0\u25a0'-. . . THE Marvelous ; Vibrator- cures". all aches and pains, stomach troubles, etc.; price $3 and $5: Inves.tleate. AMERICAN VI- BRATOR CO.. agent. 3303 Twenty-fonrth at. C* H. REHNSTROM. tailor anil importer; tem- porarily at 2415 Fillnior- *r. until «1«1 <in«rt*rs In Mutual Savings Bank liWr. «r«- rr«<lv for : • ocenpaney: new, stock arrived frora I^mdon. LYONS. CHAS . the London TaiU.r. m>«v io.-»--<1 at 1432 Flllmore St.. nr. I51!i*: -branch at WW v. Broadway, Oakland. Sulta to orrter^ for $18 • and up: trooper* t» nrder frnm 13,'nnil "". WIGS,', touper*. front pieces.' hair coloring, hair »liamp«ola?'. manienrlnir.- P.. I-Kn. ERF.R. 2271 • California *t.. rr/ Weh-"-: f-r- merly at 123 Stiyfcton at. CsUb. lSdti. A— FEDER. la<li»»* t»ilor iformerlv 3- 1 "* Suttr- st.). jnst-opered 2119 Bash St.. near Flllmore: 'fit smanntced. L . J. HAUPTM. "fJITF.RIN CO.. V»n N"« »v.... • "formerly SfiO Market st. — Fnll lin» Mir go>Nls. . .combs..h«lr dre*«lnc. B'-«m'vv>fn«'. e»~. MMR. J. A. LEUKNBFRGKR. of TtH "fntterot., Is now ready for l>nsine«<t at 120 'Pierce' st.. near, Hsizht. apartment 4. ELECTRICITY and vihrnro- bath»: Isrtle. ••>•< gentlemen. -J. MONTAGUE, manager, ir.l9 Kills st. : . THE Atbey Institute of Maswase. fnrtnerh» of !Jl«?! Jl «? Pavla buildlne. now. located ISS< Putwlf-n; MRS. A. ATHET.-. proprietor; .tel. W«»st 6335. FRANK P.' BURG ESS /.wide! t kjiotrn «« the In- filsb Doctor.* formerly of Wl flim»rt «t.. is permanently located at 247(t Howard it. G. M. POSTIOLIONK. merchunt tailor. Tojrserr >\u0084-b id*..". 599 . KIH» , st . room 11. c«r.. Van Nem are,; new, stock otjmjyirted wor»'en«. MRS.. A.. M. EI.KINS of D'Orlan desires - b«»>»- apDointmenU for scaln. facial, chiropody work. 1911 Green Kt.: 1 tel. West 6340. > BULLETIN rtescriMn* reinforrwl conor«»t» «»it npoa reqnest. Address FRANK B. GILBKETH. 604 MlMlea «t. \u25a0\u25a0••;\u25a0' ' , \u25a0 \u25a0' " - " -• GLOVES to order; C Limousin of Danlcheff. for- merly r. 45. Phelan bllg.. reiwm»« business 1611 O'Farren St.: bourn S:SQ tn S. . MIS 3 M. BOISSON: formerly with F. n»m. 2*« Sntter st.:" artistic hair work. 1215 Post st. MRS. M. RALPH, hair rtrwwor and mircel wa- , ver. 1215 Post.st. (C*llforn!a Olive Potrf!»r>. JOS. SCHALT.MAN— High-grade ladies' tallor- Ing. 2118 Flllmere «t. GOLDEN Gate .Tailoring Parlor*. F. WAONF.R. i-1003 O. G.: RentsMadles* snit« cleaned 51. 50 mo. 2D-HANT> shoes bought. «o!d. PTrb»nc»d: 'ppiir- Ing. Send posUl H. B. TANN. IKSSA Sntt«»r. COLE'S Detective Agency — Individual, law and corporation work solicited. SO2 McAllister st. BLOCH'S i hair store, formerly Post. nr. Orant . .aye.. resumed business. 1348 YanNess.nr.Bosb. MME. BAT7MARD. the . corset-maker, removed ' to 218fl Sntter st. . K.'O.- LEVY'S '"an 'office. 1100 Fillmo"*: money \u25a0 advanced «r» diamond*, jeirelrv: renslrin? don». NFrHALS ft-CO.. tailors. I «1« Ellis St.. near Flllraore:- onr «r««^alfcr. J2O units, to order. L. BFOKKR VFJ-IJiROr. -Hut- K<-.'orntl» f . .117 r>«-r|i.-»,l»r A >»-.; forrn#T'» *>f 1077 Post «t., J. n JBIXK*"!.. J^rreler anrt ontlclin. now at \u25a0 f>ift g«n Vw. >T p.. O"t>. r«»^««-hr»|M»Wg. .HORSES AM) WAGOXs. YOUNG * horse;' '18 hJ»n<J»: * stont:' handsome; sound; also mate. A. WELLS. 513 Deylaadero. HARNESS.- new and 2d hand, «»beap: repairing. \u25a0 \u25a0- Greater- S.; F-- Harnesa Co.. Folsom pgar'Sth. STANDARD Harness Co. — 10 sets heavy team v harness, collars, breeching. $36. 774 G. G. aye. HARNESS, collar*. T. whin*, saddles. . blankets, robe*. W. DAVIS * HON. 2020 Howard »t. \u25a0 'ki,... *'. .','. -". special- jtotices.^' '\u25a0- ;-/*•; " TO THE CHILENOS OF' CALIFORNIA. '- All Chllenoß "wiilinjr" to; contribnt* for the . . Chilean -Relief Fnnd caa apply or send their \u25a0 contributions to its office «t 2143 Pine St.. for 'the Chilean Relief Committee. ., ,\ . -\u25a0 H. PEDRO CADOT. Chsirmsn. '_ STUTTERIXG AXD STAMMERIXC. STUTTERING and summering cured. Elisabeth A. Dohrmann.lso Central ave.:phone Page 6lgM. . _ RLTTTJRE CURED. NO ADVANCE In prices;' thousands enred by DR. PIERCES wonderful electric trasses. Call or address WM. J. PIERCE, 1417 Chestnut st., ALAMFTM. „; TRUSSES. TRUSSES. - bandages. • elastic hosiery. F. F. -WEDEKIND. 2006 Sutter st.. near Fillmore. R. H0PP8.1515 Busb, nr. Van Ness— Orthopedic • pp.; foot plates, elastic stockings. - bandares. TRUSSES, enpporters. belt?, batteries. Clark- Gandion Truss C 0.'.1220 G. G. a ve...nr. Flllmore. \u25a0 \Viyi_lOTV_ SHADES. COLLINS 4 O'KARBELL— Window shades,' mat- treas-maklne. carpet cleaning. 453 Ivy aye.; tel. Page 1555. \u25a0• . ' " - \u25a0 ADVANCE' window shade factorr: order" filled st short notice. GKO. WALCOM. 837 Turk st GLASS AND OLAZIJfO. GLASS and Glazing — Leave your orders and they will receive prompt ' attention. GREGORY & CO., 619-221 Golden Gat* aye.. near Van Nasa. -\u0084.'.'\u25a0. * '-:--.- •';- PICTURE FRAMES. ' . E. BJ COURVOISIER, art dealer and frame \u25a0 maker. 1628, 8u5h St.. near Franklin. .-\u25a0*\u25a0 J. PHOTO SUPPLIES. CYKO — The best gaslight developing -paper; all grades. FINE ART CO.. 1814 FUlrnor* st. VETERINARY HOSPITALS. IBA BARKER DALZIEL. veterinary deatist. 620 OcUvia st.;.teL West 2400. • :[.. \u25a0'\u25a0.C.';-*'; LEGAL NOTICES. ;\u25a0 ''' '. TO whom : this • may -concern — This is to certify that I am the owner of the property, situated , in the premises known 2751 Tweaty-third st, *\u25a0:-: 8.-W.. cor. Hampshire. Any one harboring or trespassing on said premises will.be responsi- * We ".for damages. • J. F. BENEKE. , MARRIAGE LICENSES^ .' The following . marriage license* were lssned yesterday :~ - : ".'. '; • ' Sylvester Jones, 24, - 17Mi Douglas st_ • and Cathrine A. Whalen. 22. 153 State st. - \u25a0 ' Hans -K. Sorensen, 26, IS2 Chnrch st , and Maren Gravesen, 23, 132 Chnrch st . Herman K. Nielsen, 28, 152 Chnrch at. -and Elf rlda Nielsen, 23, 152 Church st. -. - \u0084- 5 John R. Roland. 21, 1979 Oak at, and Ther- esa J.'C Barns, 1979 Oak st. -- \u25a0 Edwin' W. -, Plasa," 29, 920 MlaneeoU st, and Mary A. Moore. £2, 1414 Guerrero st - - "-William ' C 1C 1 Thomas, 26," 3730 Sacramento st , and Badie-Smithson. .24.- 3730 Sacramento st . Chris F. Heida, 28, 1471 Market st, and Mar- thllda E. Ranee. 20, 1093 Hampshire st , Gluseppi ; Baldoccl, 21, Emmatlon, , and Mary Nevero. 17, Emmatlon. - '\u0084 \u25a0 -. ---..- ..•--.- w Clement L.:Bried,'2L" city, and Inna S. Roth. 18, 53 Scotf st. r -:-..' ; "--*\u25a0 -^\. r William ; G. Bried. 1. 21, - 866« Seventeenth st ; and Sarah L. \u25a0'- Powers, 18, 3630 Seventeenth st \u25a0• Edward •: H. ; White, 33, < 248 Central • aye.,' and Estelle H. Morrison, 32, 248 Central aye. \u25a0 \u25a0 ' Archie L.*< Marsh, : 40, . 807 San Jos* ave-V> and Engenta-M.: Symington,^ 22.^5 2551 Market . 6t *K i.~ Fred Holm, 35, •24 Tiffany arc.;- and Clara Hansell, '34,: 825 Golden Gate are. V c. V BiBTHpiIESJIi DEATHS. > Birth, marriage and - death notices seat by mail will not be - inserted.; They must be handed tn ' at either of i the • publication * offices and be indorsed with the name and residence of persons authorized | to ' hare ! the - same : published. I Notices restricted c simply -to \u25a0;\u25a0 the , announcement of. the event \ are > published j onee '-. in ; this ;• column \u25a0 free of : charge. 7-.7 '-. .\u25a0\u25a0..,\u25a0\u25a0'":-\u25a0".. \. y .' '''\u25a0'. \u25a0:....,\u25a0\u25a0 ;\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0;\u25a0. JL'X'T "~ : -i., COHEN-^SEUG-^-In this city, -Angnst 19, 1906 \u25a0;by the Rev. M.*S. Levy, 1 William C. Cohen and .-;; Hazel ;SeHK:ti-; ;.'\u25a0: \.;..,- >:;;.: GOODMAN— REISTER— In . this city. . August 5, ,\ v 1906; by 1 the i Rev.'- M. , B.'^ Levy,- H. « Goodman -?'\u25a0. and 'Dora Relster. •',"'-.>-.\u25a0-,' -- - - . , •\u25a0\u25a0.-•-. I . KAUFMAN-i-WACHOLDEB— In""thIa - city. An- gust 19, 1906, by the BeT. M. 8. Levy, Beu- JamiajKaufmaa. or- Oakland aad Miss Sarah WachoWer. LEHMAN— LEVY— In this clty.'Auanst 12. 1908, , : by'the-Rer. 1L S. L«Ty. Max Leaman and Belle. Levy. *. .. v ' - ; -.;. -..'.. OLWEIX— GANCO— In thU city, August 1. 1908. ' by the Rev. Father Monahon. David G. Olwell and Emily a.Ganco. both of this city. , ROSENBERG— BOVREN— In • this city. : August 12. j 1906, by the Rev. M. ' S. Levy. Rudolph Rosenberg of Oakland aad Be«si« Bovren. ROYAL— VOORSANGER— la - New York City. August, 10,- 190 C Charles Royal of N«w York and Alice- Voorsanger. DEATHS. Adalr, Sarah A.." 63 Gsont. Minnie H.. 32 i Blaney, Alice Theresa Hawkins, Jacob. 75 Briare, G. -P. M.. 56 Murphy. Carrie M.. 36 Brown. Julia. 76 Peter*. Meta. S3 Cshtll, John P.. 58 Pfeiffer, George. 8X Coffln. Mary M.. 66 Rlttore. AmelU. 31 Collins. Alice. 48 Ryan. Charles A., 25 Delamore.-Jos. H., 26 Sheridan, Hannah Eagle, Joseph, «2 Steinan. Dr. Jos., 33 Flood. Luke, 63 ADAIR— In, this city, August 27. 1906. Sarah A., beloved wife of the late Alexander Adalr.' . and devoted mother of Mr>. - E- J. Stewart • and ' James Adair. aged 68-years 7 month* »n<l 1 15 days, a native of Ireland. (Cleveland and j • Glasgow. Scotland, papers pleas* copy.» . The funeral will USe place today f*>dnw- day), August 29, at 9:30 a. m.. fnwn the resi- dence of her daughter, 1620 San Bruno avenue, near Eighteenth street. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. BLANEY— In this city. Aujrnst 2?. 1906. at 1183 Ellis » street. Alire Theresa, loving daughter of John Henry and Marjjarrt Blaaey. aad de- voted sister of Mary. Margaret D.. Katherla* - and Fannie- E. Blaney. Mrs. W. B. Connelly and the late Henry Ignatius. Blaney, a native of San Francisco. Cal. , Notice of funeral hereafter. BRIARE— In* Oakland. CaL. August 27. 1306, George Pierre Merllenx Briare. a native o! .Übttir, N. V., aged 56 years 1 moath aad .24 days. . •. •' - BROWN— Ia this city, August 27. 1906, Julia Brown, beloved mother of Martin and Fraak - Mahoney and . Daniel Brown, ax native 01 • ConntysKllkenny, Ireland, aged 76 years..' Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend tne funeral tomorrow tThurs- • day). Anjrust 30. at 8:30 a, m., from t!ie par- lors of; Carew & English. 1618 Geary street. : thence 'to Sacred Heart Church, where a re- quiem high mass will be celebrated for the repose of her son!, commeaclng at S) o'clock. Interment Holy Cross* Cemetery. CAHILL— In Oakland. Cal.. August 26, 1906. JoUn 'Patrick Cab. ill. beloved father of Harry. - Frank. Joe and Alice CahUl and Mrs. May l!u;>!£ln". a * native of New York, aged 53 years. . -. '. ; Friends and "acqnalntances are respectfully ".Invited to attend the funeral today (Wedoes- ' rts.vi, Angnst ?0. - from his late residence, 18i;2-West street; Oakland, at 8:30 «. ra.. ' thence to St. Francis de Sales Church, where services win be ke!d. cummenclag at l> a. m. . Interment /private. - -, -.-\u25a0.•:.-.-• COFFIN— In thin* city. Ausust 23. 1906. : Mary M. Coffin,- wife .of the late Robert A. Cot- \u25a0• fin. and lovinjr mother of Edward M. Coffln and Mm. Carrie K. Presson. a native of New York, aged 66 years C months and 24 days. COLUXS— In this city. August CS. IDOH. Aric#. beloved wife of James R. Collin*. and mother of Ethel and Panl Collins, a native of Byhalia. Ohio. ag«l 48 years 9 months and 10 days. _ (Kenton and Marysville, Ohio, papers please copy.* Eriends and' acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral tomorrow (Thurs- day*. August 30, at 1 o'clock p. m., from the parlors of Bunker & Lunt, 28rto Mission street, hetweea Twenty-second and Twenty-third. (Mission Masonic Temple). Interment private. DELAMORE— In this city. August 26, 1906, •'Joseph, .Hunter, ' dearly. -. beloved ; aad only bob "of ..Richard." and Annie and loving brother of Mrs. | M. . Balda. j Mrs. C. Barman \u25a0 and Irene Delamore. a . native of • San, Fraa- cisco. aged 2tt years 5 months and 13 days. A member of Brotherhood of Teamsters No. S5 and White Ea?l« Tribe N0.;72. I. O. B. M. . - .Friends, and- acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral today (Wed- nesday), at - p. ni.. from his late rest- . denpe.<274o Folsom street, between Twenty* \u25a0third and Twenty-fourth. latermeat Mouat \u0084 Olivet Cemetery. EAGLE— Ia this city. August 25. 1906, Joseph Eagle, a native . of. .Pennsylvania, aged 82 years. • -. - - -r-; •.t v - \u25a0 The> fuaeral will take place today fWedaes- - day). August 29. at 2:30 - p.- m., from th« 'funeral parlors of-J. C- O'Connor & 00..->T7O Turk street. Interment Mount Olivet Cem- PORTER: & WHITE Funeral Directors and Embalmers 1531 GOLD EX GATE AYE. - . (Formerly 445 Goldea Gat* aye.) -' Private residence accommodations without ex- tra charge. Trained lady attendants. Persoaal services , under all conditions. .; Phona West 770. Halsted & Coy Undertakers ; and Embalmers, 924 FILLMORE STREET, NEAR MeALUSTER. .- Phone Park 550 l . JULIUS S.GODEAU . . Undertaker and Embalmer, . \u25a0\u25a0 2123 Bush St., >"ear Flllmore, Formerly at SOS Montgomery Aye. and 810 Van Ness Aye. Finest private residence accommoda- tions.' Lady attendant. Carriages and ambulances to hire. .TeL West 2699. • Funeral i Directors \ Now. . permanently located In our •v-'j;-' = new establishment. T7O TURK ST., -between - Tas >>•» . ' Aye. and . Franklin St. " Lady attendant. . TeL West • 1235. California Floral Go. 1725 OTarrell St. I. Between Flllmore, and- Steiner sta. Artistic Floral Designs lor ' All Occa- . . ' .. , i:i aionsr,:. .l'}''- : .-PHONE WEBT 4749.» ..^; P. F. GREEN & CO./ FCNERAL DIRECTORS. " NE. cor. Sixteenth and Gnamro sta. ~ .Formerly of McFadden. Meßraaxty A Oreea. . . : Telephone Special 1567. * H. F. MAASSicO. - Undertakers and Embalmers, -- 1335 Golden Gate aye., betweea FUlaore aad '. r-. ' . ' : Steiner \u25a0 streets. . , • - - ,~ • Phona Park SB7. a. w, Martin & ca UNDERTAKERS 1868OBARV STREET GHiRtES H. J. TRUMAN FTJNERAi DIRECTOR 1909 MISSION : STREET, bet. . 15th and l«to. \u25a0 Telephone.- Special 109.. G. \u25a0 SEIXINGER. H. METZLER. METZLER'SUNDERTAKINQ COMPANY I ':*, 1882 Folsom St.. bet. 14th and 13th. 1 •:- .'';y PHONB SPECIAL 1C&. | RP.PETERSEN Funeral Director , and Embalmer. - 1940 and 1942 Post street, between Fillmor* and Steiaar. .El*, gant residence funeral parlan. Personal services under all conditions. Phone West ffggy. ', THEODOR DIERKS * CO, \u25a0'*;" . '_' Undertakers, 900 Deri aad ».-© . Bt^ cor. McAUlster. Telepfaona West 4304. , Henry J^ Gafiagher Undertaking. Co .^ 11314 WEBSTER St.. bet. Ellis and O'Farreh sts. ! Telephone West 8925. * DANIEL P.- DX)NOVAH ' President and: Manaj*r.;_c;; '-'.'"" '-.* VALENTE. MARINI & CO. HSBB^ITNDERTAKERS.' 3434 MISSION 'STRJ&ET, - ;; JTear Thirtlet h. "iTel.'t Special 283. WOODLAW» CEMETERY . San Mateo Co. .-. '.t (Masonic Cemstery^Association) Office 1134 O'FsrreU St, » etery. by 3:30 traia from Twenty-flfth aa* Valeacia streets. FLOOD— Ia this city. August 27., 190 G. Lnke, beloved busband of the late Rose Flood, and' loving father of Marsaxet Flood, a native of County Cavan. Ireland, aged 63 "ears. (New York and Chicago papers please copy*. . .Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral today (Wed- . nes4ay). it 9 «. m.. from th« - parlor* of Samuel McFaddea & Co.. 1070 Haizht street^ near Baker, thence to Sacred Heart Chnrch. wbens a requiem hhrh mass will be celebrated - for the repooe of his soul at 9:30 a. m. la- termeat Holy Cross Cemetery. GACNT— In San Rafael. Cal- Ausust 2T. 1906.' Minnie H.. beloved wlf* of John Gaunt, aad mother of Fraaklla and Elmer Gaunt, a na- . Uve of Ohio, aged 32 years. Friends and acqoaiatances are respectfully Invited to attend the fbaeral today ' <Wednes- day>. at 10 o'clock.' from the fuaeral parlors of Eden & Sons. 814 C street. latermeat Mouat Tamalpal* Cematery. HAWKINS— In the; city, aad County Heritor. Anzust 2S, 1908. Jacob Hawkins, a native ot Kentucky, aged 73 years. MURPHY— In this city. August ST.. 1908. a*. Ocean View. Carrie M.. dearly beloved wife of • W lUlam D. Murphy, beloved mother of , w alter Perry, daughter of Joha aad the . late Ellen Prender?a*t. and sister of Walter J.. Edward C. and Annie Prendergast. a na- tive of San Fraacisco. Cat. aged 36 y«an. Friends apd acqualntaaces are respectfully invited to *n?nd the faaeral today (Wadnes- ' day), Aujrust 29. at 9a. m.. from the parlors of the United Undertakers. 2608 Howard street. thence to St. Michael* Clrareh. Ocean View. where a reqnlem mass will be. celebrated for 1 .the repose of her' soul, commencing at 10 a. n. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. PETERS— Id this city. Ausust 26. 1906. Meta; beloved wife of Char led - Patera, aad dear mother of Ida aad Carl Peten aad-th« lat* Margaret Peters.' a native of Nenstadt, Old»n- frnrz. Germany, aged 3S years 4 months and 2$ days. Friends and acquaintances and of Seers tad members of the Norddeufscher Frauen Verein are respectfully lavited to attend th» faaeral .' today ( Wednesday), August 23, at 1:30 o'clock, -p. - m.. - from~ the parlors of 11. F. Suhv A Co.. 2910 Mission street, between Twenty-fifth and. Tweaty-«izth. Interment Mount Olivet Ceme- tery. Norddentscher Frauen Verein— The of2c«r9 . ' and members ar» ' hereby notified !to assemble at the parlors of H. F. Sohr & Co.. 2919 Mia- sfoo street betw*«n Twentr-fifth and Twenty- . sixth streets, today (Wednesday), at 1:13 p. m. sharp, to attead the funeral of our lat» : sister. Meta Peters. By order MRS. FENNIE GEERKEN, President MRS. A. PAPE. SecrtJtary. . . • PFEIFFEB— In this city. August 26. 1908. George, dearly beloved hnsbaad of the lat« Marie Pfeiffer. aad loving father of Gear** • Pfelffer. and foster, father of Grace Pfeiffer. ' a native of Chambersburg, Pal. aged 81 years • and 18 days.- Friends and acquaintances are respectfully Invited to attend th» funeral today <Wednev day), at 9:30- o'clock a. m-. from th« patlort of Hj> T. Suhr * Co.. 2919-M««lon .»tre*t. between Twenty-fifth aad Tweaty-*Uth stre*.t». thence to the Missloa Dolores Church, where ' a solemn requiem mass will be celebrated for- the repose of hla soul, commeaciag at 10 a. nj- Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. . " . RITTOBE— Ia this dry. August 27. 1906. AmeUm '" Rittor?, durly beloved wif 0 of Edwsnl •L. Klttore. and devoted mother of Edna tad Fraaee* -Rlttore, and sister of Jennie Valenji*. a native of San Francisco, ajed 31 years " Friend* and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral today (Wed- ' n-sday). at I^o p. in., from her lat» .• residence. 4 Imperial avenue, off Greenwich street, near.Godgh, thenca .to Mount Olivet Cemeteiy.- . . . '. . : R YAN^-In th* City and County Hospital. An- : gust 23. 1908; Charles A. Ryaa. a aativ,of California,. « sed5 ed 25 year?. SHERIDAN— In this city; ' August 2S. 1906. ' Hannah, beloved wife of Patrick Saeridsn. • lovinz mother of Mrs.- J. T. Sharp- and Mrs. • R. Masters, and sister of De~nnls Bowm. a native of County Cork. Ireland. Friends and acquaintances are' rwpeetfnlly invited to attend the funeral tomorrow (Thurs- day*. August 30. at 8:30 a. m.. from her lat» residence. -213 Dorland street between Chur-to . aad Sanchez. Seventeenth and Eighteenth. \u25a0 thence to Mission Dolores Chorea, where mass ' will be celebrated for the repose of her soul. at 9 am. Interment Holy -Cross Cemetery. .' STEINAC— In this city. Ansust 2% 1906. Dr. . J<weph Steinan, beloved husbaad of Battle Steiaau. and father of Mlaette. Charlie. Dr. • ' Archie, Florence. Dr. Eugene, Grace, Leo aad: Earls . Stetaan. * a aativ* of Kentucky, *ged \u25a0 5S years 3 months aad 7 days. - - • • \u25a0 — ._. - _ . .. ...... ±.*::] CARD OF THANKS. " we herewith desire to express our heart-- felt thanks to til of onr kind Wends for their. comforting sympathy aad beautiful floral of- ferlazs during onr late bereavement of. a" lor-* Ing husband and fither. MRS. N. LCBKE andFamDy.' " REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS* TCESOAY. AUGCST 2S. 1 DEEDS. • ' Jacob JTacowsky aad wife to Slmea Hartmaa. lot on-w line or Pierce street. 82:8 N* et Tarr.. •V » by W 81:6: 110. John Ueagher to Mary" Ueazfcer. lot ©n N to<» of Ho-wiird street. 73 N of Tweaty-tttth. N 33 by W ll5. and two other pieces; $10. T - B. Potter Realty Compaay to Antonio Ro seUa, lota 25 aad 2«. block 40. Rei» Tract: jrraat. Ausnst Scblllmoller to Antca Mor«enthal. lot oa S llae of J street. 107:8 E of Forty-seventh aveaue..E 25 by S ICO: $10. Marcus Modry.to.Samwr l«tt, lot on \TJIm of Forty eighth arfaoe. 282:6' N of Q. S Z5. W # 101 :Sh, SE 25, E 10C:5^; $10. Ros* Woodworth to Fred Petersooi'lot on X b^VKio- $ ht >trMt * W:S E°* Sarai!w - :E 3° Georjte *P. Tallsit to Samael Dwinr^rV!^ lot' $. I \F,Y 1 £ n ",? f . DD * Tfs " d#ro - Baz9 * °* E 110 by N 4:6 la Westera Addition 4*l: $10. The mas H. -Marks aad wife to Alfred F. Lewts and wife, lot ©a SE eoraer of Harrlsoa street aad PreclU aveaae. E 23 by S 100, por tion of PreclU Talley lot 136; $10. \u25a0• \u25a0 N. Peaaehaker aad wife to Joha L. Loubrloa. lot 40. block 51. R«is Tract; graat. 1 fOlf 01 " 1 JP~ C* o^" 11 aad wife to Nat. RaphaeL lot oa S3 Ba« of Federal street. 1S7:8 NE of S«cead. NE «2:« by SE 80; $10. .. . . _Wataon W. Toppiag et aL to Arthnrlena H". siatmaa. lot oa X» eoraer or Badea aad Saaay «*de »&*«ta. E ICO by N 100: $10. .'""*'. G«or?% r. Chapmaa aad wtfeto H«ary Slb &. 1 *? lla * <*\u25a0 ™<w<* "treet. 12aN of nftt«atb. X 30 by B 100: «10. wrJf^.&^J"" 1 "^ to Georjr* F- Chapraaa. . •£ K . Uw «* \u2666'aleoel* street. »0 Bof Four ta«ata, g 23. B 100. X -2:4^. NB 22:8.- N to potet oppoalt. bertsafaT. W115: $lri \. E. Ooba to Harvey Chemical Compaay. lot on ft£Ts £ bT'w %-32*' 10? ~ * ™^ William J. and lubm H. Clashy to Axae« raartace. lot ©a E line et Goetttegea street. 133:5 N of Slllhnaa. .V 32:6 by B 120: $10. . D, U. Franc* to Leaonnaa Bros., lot on W na» of Treat aveaaa, 128 N of Twenty-fourth R 39 hy W lOQ. aad on* otter piece: $9750. «J?*, la - erT LIL I> \ Kallogar to E. R. Lilieathal. k)t oa SB «ae_of Mlana-str^t. 133 SW of First av« \u25a0o*. SW 80 by SE.Bo:4ta O«ors» d« . Criosta and wlf» t*> Aaal« Me- G4oaga.lot.oa SE llaf of Howard street. 130 NE of Ninth. NE 49:8 by SE sn; $m - A; H; Bailey to- Frank "Baronr and," wife. -lot on NE line of Nortoa utreet. 130 >W of Mlssioa. NW 25 by NE 100: $10. . .. . : \u0084 Beraaard Geti aad wife t(v Martina Bneg*. lot oa NE Une of Forty-stxth aveaoe and T stre-t. E 32:5 by X 100; $ia .. Felix Marcnse and wlf» to> Emrle and Carri* I.«vby. lot oa S lla« of California street. 57:9 E of Baker. E 24:9 br S S2:S: $10. Charles Mlelot to Joha Kelleher. lof on NE llae of Tweaty-secoad aveao*,- 200 SE of X street, SE 25 by NE 1C0: $10. - Herbert L. Frank to Jacob Herman Compaay.. . lot 12. block 2. Golden City Tract; $10. T. : B. Potter Realty- Company to- Bernardo Fanucchl. lot 10. block 32. Beia Tract: jrraat. • " Peter Schellbert aatf wlf «» ti> Peter Schello«rsr Jr.. lot on E llae -of Clara avean*. 137 N of Seventeenth. N 27 by E «8: $3fX>. \u25a0< \u25a0 - William W. Craae et aL t» Marr. B. Hedrieh. lot oa N Bae at Eddy street, 208:3 W of Hyda. W 22:11 by X 137:*: $m Alexander Boad and wife tr* Max H. Sch warts and wife, lot on N lln* of Sutler street, 25 E of Lyoa. E 22:5. N 107. W 47:5. S 17. E 23. S 80: $10- • • 8. F. aad Subnrhaa Home BalMlas Society to A. C. Bohtasoa. lot on W Ua» of JoMaa avenue, 2CO N of Euclid aveaa*. N 33:4 by W 120; $ia Jacob H«ymaa Compaaj to Olitf Aadertoa. kit on SW line of Gerard street. 100 SE of Dwtgit. SE 33:4 by SW ltO: $10. Gerrge S. Fife and wife to Henry Bnswett. lot reS line of Lake street. 57:6 -W of Flfta aT« noe. W 37:6 by S 100: $10. . . ' : - Cornelius Buckley to EUzaN'ti Backley. lots IS3; IM. 203 and 204. Gift Map 3: gift. Sol Gets and Sons to F. H. Irvine, tot on N - line of Forty-teventh aveaae. 150 3 of H street, S 50 by W l2O:sia James Dobsoa aad wifa to Herman Buarrock.. lot on E liae of Dtamoad. street. 137:8" 3 of Twentieth, S 25 by E 175: $10. Mary Kvae to • Margaret T. Kyae. lot on !* . line of Nineteenth street. 117 E of.Dooglas. E 25 by N 115: $10. Builder** Contracts. * Maria .Hock to* Charles Mon.wa. to erect a six-room cottage ,on S lln« ' of Twenty-fourth street. 190, E of Douglas. E 25 by S 114. tor $2500. . :\u25a0"..- Pasqcale Clr!a?!» with the Shaw Company, to erect a th-.r-story frame btilldlng on W lia« of Keamy strett. 200 N of Broadway, for $*U55. . Merchants'; nchan?e ' with ' Thomas Melloa. > ' Thomas Mann-*s with A. Merle k Co. and - McFell Electric C*ipany. plastering for bnlM iag on S line of >X".i*araL» street, d-»: 0 E of Moatgomery. for \u25a0- $122,895.* - -' George : C. Perk bu' with Harbor Constmctkn Company, removal of d*bris from SE - corner of .Bosh aad , Kearay streets, 23:6 .by - 68:9, for* $1430. ' Labor - Council Hall Association with ' W. G. Hind Improvement Company^ to erect two-^tor: frame. oa N llae of . Fourteenth street. 60 w of Mission. W 40 by N 99. for $6t523. \u25a0 American Chocolate • Factory • with Georz« EL Moffat. . to erect a three-story concrete bnlld in? en N line of Blnxome street, 200 :W.: W.- of Foorth street. W 50 by N 120. for $25,100. - Golden Gats Manufacturing Company with E. A. Hopewocd- aad E. Wllbenr. t brick - and : stone - work for a \u25a0 two-story - building on W Ua« J of Fulton street. 137:6 Eof Lasana, for $3614. ' .-\u25a0» Martin . Clark ' with: Hiranj D. - Nlchola. .to erect - a one-story brick bnlldlng l oa S Inie of Sacrsojeato street. 80:6 Wot Keamy. W»37* by 5.63:9, far $BJOO. , - Joseph and Leopold Hlmch witb J. W. Par. lsh.. A.'Goorlay aad H. WHMamson Company, t9 erect>a three-story bnUdlng ; on SW . corner ot Btockton' street and Cards alley," for 113.300. 11