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_H— — — van ■ asßS—i ________r_____'**"* , **"***** F *™ _tl'Sl_>ESS riiAXCES. TO ANY ACTIVE BUSINESS MAN WHO CAN furnish 83000 1 will give au equal In crest , ,n » perfectly.safe venture from which 826,000 ' or more is sure to be realized by September Ist! W|taJ "' vested to be used at all times u " der .,S," n ', . of In- vestor and subject to withdrawal wl bout notice, the enterprise alluded to will not conflict ""&«»« buslnesss occupations; this is a bril.iant opportun- ity for a man who cau keep his; counsel with decision of character enough to act on his own judg- ment- nart fes answering are requested to appoint __ . imined te personal Interview; relerences will be require as to character and responsibility, promptly address Quick Kelurns, Box 70, this or- -Bce. _^ ]t \1" ANTED-MAN OF STANDING, WITH 84000 Vi or 85000 for Secretary of established business. Address P. S., Box 96, Call Branch Office. It* (.OOD OPPORTUNITY FORA LIVE BUSINESS V.I man; Pacific Coast Agency newly Invented rub- ber shoes, with leather soles and heels: small stock of good s for sale. Inquire for __ O. WIENER, at Mercantile Library, 216 Bush St. ____!______ SALOON FOR SALE ON ACCOUNT OF SlCK- ness. '.--6 Montgomery ave. ■ Jy27 7t* JEWELERS WANTED. 328 BUSH STREET. ■ jy_7 7f , TO SELL OUT YOUR BUSINESS PROMPTLY for cash go to I. D. BARNARD. 1148 Market St., bet Mason and Taylor. Established 1859. It* 4_Cl ftllft OLD-ESTABLISHED Ll VK li '.UUU. splendid location; long lease; no rent: immense business: full value given; bear close investigation; owner 111 poor health: take small ranch part paymeriL^).^. C;^!!!!* 17. tblsomce,'-7 i» / ANDY STORE AND SODA FOUNTAIN: FINE Vj location; very cheap. Apply Call Branch Of- fice; . _Js"____- i-NBOCKRT AND BAR: SOLI) ON ACCOUNT OF Vi death: owner unable to atteud. Cor. . church and Twenty -ninth jy27 3t» r_a-N 7 _R cfuAR-STORE FOR SALE; HI ST BE Vv sold ..n account of sickness: the owner must leave civ. to be sold a: a bargain. Inquire re :"M Market st Jy27 2t» ii kBNESS-SHOF TO RENT WITH LOTS OF II business. Inquire Pacific Carriage Company, ISFJghth st.^ jy-7 7i L'OR SAKE — GROCERY-STORE AND BAR: x doing good business; cause of selling, poor health. Apply 1..11- Church at,, bet. Twenty-sixth aad Army. It* l«r>XL-ESTABLISHED DRESSMAKING BUSI- '» ness; terms reasonable. 312 Mason st.jy27 7t* TO BE 801.D -NAM LAUNDRY' BUSINESS IN Vancouver; 8.C.; in .rood working condition; consists 0f.2 Troy laundry hydraulic washers. No. 2: 1 sel_-alandng hydro-extractor, size of basket 32 in.:- 1 steam mangle, weighs 2350 lbs.; 1 Tyler pollshin.-in.Tcblne, weighs 150 lbs.; No. 1 2 -tier stove, will heal 12 sad-Irons or 24 polishing- irons: 1 12 horsepower engine; 1 20 horse-power boiler, made by Dotty of Toronto: steam drying closet, complete. 3 baskets and tub and all other requisites: Just been working a month; population or place 18.000; no other steam laundry In the place; bad health is the re .son ot selling. Apply to Steam Laundry. Vancouver, B. C. jy'-O '_:* 'OB SALE - - BUSINESS AND FURNITURE. • T 230 O'Farri II st. j}26 3t* 'lIAKE CAB AT 159 NINTH STREET TO SEE I how to Invest your money to double Itself monthly, . jy26 3t lIAKINER WANTED in WHOLESALE and A retail fruit-store. 334 Third st. Jy'-6 4t«.| Jj.e-.-11 GOOD PAYING CORNER GROCERY, C* I OV) . bar. 2 horses, wagon and good outside trade: bouse of 8 rooms and large stable; 5 years' lease: rent 830. Address c. L., Box 145, Call Branch dim ica • Jy__ at* OLD CORNER GROCERY WITH FIXTURES complete to let MADISON'.-.. BURKE. Jy26 3t« "4_Qflfl 810 BARGAIN; FRUIT STORE YVITH iJrOUU. now patent business: trial given: cheap rent; large traded 11.2 Montgomery ave. jy'-6 31* Y7-ARIETY STORE NEAR MISSION GRAMMAR V School. Apply 1936LJ, Mission OBAMMAB School. Applj 1936 1|_ Mission St. jy_n2t* RASE CHANCE- li YOU WANT HALF I.NTER- est lu an Al saloon; cheap: call at once. HAAS, II Keainy st. jy26 3t» t-OB SALE AT ONCE— A RESTAURANT CEN- Ualiy located; doing flue business; must be sold on account of disagreement between part- ners; price 81000. Call at DELORME A ANDRE, 3-0 Sutter St. j>26 7t* RESTAURANT TO LET AND 7 ROOMS: Fix- tures for sale. 407 Spear St., Inquire cor. store, H. IKIKN. j 5 26 71* Mis; SJ LL; GOOD-FAYING FRUIT. VEGETA- bie and produce store; horse, wagon, fixtures and stock; fine location; cheap reut: 3 living- rooms; other business cause of sale. Apply Call l.rauch office 710 Market st, jyas at* QALOON AND LOD- ING-HOUSE ON CITY ' Ofront; money-making place: can and investigate: it costs nothing to . -amine. 228 Pacific SK 25 7 1* 4. 9511 WILL BUY FIRST-CLASS GROCERY' (JTAii'' and fruit store: worth twice as much: 11111-I -1 Addle** C. G„ BOX 61, tb'S office. 25 st* DRESSMAKER STOKE, WITH FIXTURES: good paying business. 1025 Howard st. jy2s 3* « 1 7 _ GROCERY AND BAR, WITH 8 ROOMS UK- i O. -partly furnished; situated In manufac- turing district: rare chance: big bargain. Apply in premises, 523 Mission st, Jy2s 71* pOOD CHANCE FOR MAN AND WIFE; LODG- VT lug-Louse of 12 rooms, wltn saloon and 3 rooms attached; can be bought cheap by calling at 433 Jessie st. . Jy2s 31* L Ob SALE-CORNER RESTAURANT and sa- I loon. Apply 642 sacrameiilo st. jyao 3t* .'lKi OOOD PAYING SALOON WITH BOOMS » attached. Inquire Call Branch Office, jy-25 4t* .-slill BABGAIN; FINE CANDY, STATION- ijpI Mil. ery and variety Store, doing good busi- ness: near five schools and junction cable cars; Cen- tral location., l'."_C Mason st. ]>'.'5 41* I. OK SALE— A GOOD CHANCE; A HOME BAK- -1 *r. :._' a good cash business; must sell. Call at 30Franklln sl }__•_____ , 1..M! STOKE: A GREAT BABGAIN. INQUIRE _____ ___^ Marketst. . 1y25 31* _! -All HOTEL FOB SALE: GOOD BARGAIN. Cli UU. J. S. VAN WINKLE 4 CO.. 783 1 Market St. Jy'JO 81* .4_ 1 "lid SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY FOB THE •IT 1 OV'vJ . right 1 nan; route ou morning and even- ing newspapers for sale ; pays 880 per month profit. Apply at this office. Jels tf pESTAURANT — MUST BE SOLD: DOING li good business: cheap. .537 Howard St. Jy2l7* TaK! I.* AND NOTION STORE; CHEAP: SICK- • ' ne-. cau*e. 3_B Seventh. Jy'_S 3t* /'Oil AND CHOP HOUSE; CHEAP. __-- '_' quire 248 Fourth st. jy26 7:* F'OKSALE— A BAKERY DOING A GOOD BUSI- r ne— In theclty of Fresno: 8-60: cause of sell- ing, sickness; terras reasonable. MCLAUGHLIN A CO.. 26 B-arnyst, Jy2l 7t (.'OK SALE— NEW 2-STORY BAY-WINDOW 1 house; corner lot. 25x105: very neat bar and lunch-counter; good business; nice garden; wash- house, baggy-sheds, stable and chicken-house; price 83500; half cash; departure. S. S., Box 85, Call Branch office. jy'-'s'7l* ifc i~jr, CIGAR-STORE FOR SALE 19 14 C 1— O. Fourth sK Jy2s 3t* <_< 'Cft BAKERY FOR SALE: SICKNESS t^UUU. cause. Apply Call Branch. Jy227t« G*i)-/l CHOP-HOUSE; 1149 MARKET: FT'R- ij— OV). pished room*; *-'."* ;!.-;** ,:.-•• ity. 22 8* L'OR SALE-HOTEL OF 27 ROOMS, ALL FUR- J- nlsbed; bar-room, good stock of liquors, and dining-room arid kitchen; 45 steady boarders; dues a .'-•■ -1 business: must be sold 011 account of sick- ness. Apply -07 Folsom st. ___£____ C;.; DOWN ANT) 60 CENTS PER SHARE PER ij/— month will purchase shares In the Republic Savings, Building and Loan Association; $16 per month will pay off a loan of 81000; call or send for rro* pectus: open daily and evenings until 0 o'clock. «_- .Market st. mr 30 tr ILLINERY BUSINESS OB LEADING STREET. C K...1 134, Call Branch omce. jell tf GOOD- PAYING RESTAURANT CHEAP; Ac- count other business. Apply Call Branch. 21 7t T_"k~ SALE-HALF INTEREST WELL FAYING F saloon; Market St.: center retail trade. Address M. .-.. I'.i.a 103. Call Bra cb omce. J;. 217;* /'ORN Kit FAMILY LIQUOR-STORE, DOING XJ good busluess : fine stock and fixtures long lease: great bar-. a 11. 145 Third st. Jy2l 8t» SALOON FOB SALE APPLY 802 HOWARD _ street, Jy2« 7t* BEST PAYING RESTAURANT IN BEST Lo- cality. Apply Call Branch Offlce, Jy24 7t« op l 'jr. CIGAR-STORE; ROOMS ATTACHED. Iff- J _._ . Apply on premises, 326 Vs Fonrth. 24 7t* Ipoß SALE— HOME RESTAURANT: HAN_- soineiy furulshed; doing a splendid trade. Apply on the premises, 836. Howard St. Jy23 3t» WeFrSu GOOD PAYING SALOON; TERMINUS OF 4 Lues of cars: also lodging-house; parties going East. Inquire 413 Fourth st. jy24 7t* dj-l/'lift OLD-ESTABLISHED BUSINESS; 3 «4_ I 'U. years' lease; good location on Market st: no experience necessary. Apply 779 Market . St.. trunk-store. , Jy24 7t* (_• 1 Cft SALOON; 3 FAMILY ROOMS: CHEAP ip I CU. rent. 416 Third St. j>22 7t» SMALL ADVERTISEMENTS AND SUBSCRIP- Iions taken at Call Branch ofiices. 603 Larkin St., 330 Hayes st and 2618 Mission sl; open till '• 9XOr.se. ')- . 'FIIK.MTUKK FOK SALE. L'CKNT.SHED HOUSE 7 ROOMS: FOLSOM ST., J near Fifth: must be sold immediately: very cheap; rent 825; ' brings 846; all rented. Apply Call Branch Olhc^ Jy27 '.'t* J 'URNITURE OF 2 ROOMS FOR SALE CHEAP. J 109 Grant ave., Room 2, Jy27 2l» PATENT KITCHEN-TABLES, 84 60 (EACH. AT 11. SCUELHAAS' Furniture Store, 408 Eleventh St., Oakland. _• . deg eod tf H ARGAIN — WALNUT FOLDING BEDSTEAD and book-case combined; patent wash-stand and : ebony parlor set. " Boom 22, 230 Kearny st.jy 3t* FOR SALE, CHEAP— COMPLETE BED-BOOM y suit (cherry); almost new. 2022 Railroad ave., Alameda; Willow station. Jy26 3t* PARTIES FURNISHING HOMES SEE OUR complete bed-room sets, 815; mattresses, 82 to 825; parlor sets. 825 to 8120; cash or easy terms. J. NOONAN A CO.. 1017 and 10.3 .Mission st.jy!3 tf -VEW CHAMBER SETS OF 7 PIECES.' 815 CASH, -■> or Installment. WILLEY BROS. 931 Mission, tt COUNTKY BUYERS WISHING SECOND-HAND XJ furniture or carpets, at reduced prices, call as : BOSENTUAL'S. 110 Fourth st. ; .satisfaction guaran- tied or money refunded: goods shipped free. nl4t- Al.l. PRICES IN PLAIN 'FIGURES; ON IN- stallineuts. without Interest, you cau lurnisu your home as cheap as for cash elsewhere at II EN- FYS large furniture aud carpet wariruums, 18 to 24 Ellis st. 24 tf A GOOD CHANCE— YOUK HOUSE FURNTSHED complete with furniture, carpets, stoves, cur- • tains, blankets, pictures and mirrors, at cash prices, on easy installments; small deposit M. FRIED- MAN 4 co.'S, largest Installment bouse on the Coast. 228 and 230 Stockton St., cor. Post; open evenings; prompt attention paid to .country orders. STEBLINU lfuK_Tc».-CAKP_T_" AND _ luruitura. iv ** aud 1041 Market St., Rosenthal Bulldiug. . , Q if ALL MY GOODS ARE DOWN TO BED-ROCK prices: parlor salts 825, ranges 88. new cham- - ber sets complete 816: reductions all round; cash or Installment-. T 11. NELSON, lan .ourthst 3Utt CAKrh.TS VINE ASSORTMENT FLOOR OILCLOTHS AT J 26c per yard just rece.ved: Brussels carpets, elegant patterns, at 80c per yard sewed and laid, s . W. SHIREK. 1234 Stocktonst., nr, Broadway. 12 tf IAKPETS-SMITH'S BRUSSELS. 05c A YARD; ■ / Installment price elsewhere 81 a yard. M. FBIEDMAN* A CO., 228-230 Stockton St., cor. Post. (^LOSING UP ESTATE; BRUSSELS SEWED. .laid, to.;; 2-p1y,25c:011-c!oth,l2i/ c:curlaln-polea, _6C;mattl._. lOc. NEWMAN BROS.. 117 Sixths, ; : ' TO LEASE. ' TO UKASE FOR A TERM OF 5, 10 OR 15 YEARS, a. lot 27-X275 on Townsend St.. or will lease any portion of same. AIL- ASHTON, 411 Montgomery. Jy27 5t OHM WITH POWER IN BRICK BUILDING: Folsom and Eighteenth; long lease; low rate o] insurance. •' -- ' . CUAB. ASHTON, 111 Montgomery. Jy27 6t _[_____!_ s TO I.ET. ST.,'_7__\irVA___Nl_ATT--W 0 I bath, 8t0: Guerrero, near 17th. new flat 6 rooms, bath. $.i"; 437% Kill St., 5 rooms, bath, very ueat, 825: new flats on 22d. near Dolores, 6 ami .7 rooms, bath, 827 50 and 830: 1124 2_d, near Guerrero, upper flat, 6 rooms and bath, 8-1 : '* '-"- Mission, 6 rooms, bath, 818; 708 Capp, - rooms, bath, $35; 312 Beale. front and rear house, I- rooms. 830; 2726 Mission, 9 rooms, bath. 830; Geary, near Octavia. furnished, 5 rooms, bath, 8*0; cor. Stevenson and Willows, 4 rooms, bath, $22 50; 222 Leavenworth, corner flat, 4 rooms, 8-0; Dia- mond, near 18tb. 7 rooms, slable, 818: 290 _2d, flats, 3 rooms, 810 and 812: 20 Natoma. 4 rooms, 814. W. H. CKIM A Co.. 205 Montgomery St. It © I A HOUSE. 719 DEVISADERO. 8 ROOMS, iS_U. 831- Flat 5 5 room- -825-House 1415 Ellis, 5 rooms. . #21— Flat 517 Fulton, 5 rooms. 8-3-- 519 Fulton, 6 rooms. $-o— Flat 350 Minna, 5 rooms. 818— Rooms 207 Eighth, 7 rooms. 822 60-Fl.lt 221 Valencia, 6 rooms. 820— Fist 1123 Harrison, « rooms. $14— House 17 Louisa, 4 rooms. 860— Flat 111 Ninth, 10 rooms.' CHAS. ASHTON, 411 Montgomery St. Jy-6 at ON PAYMENTS EIJUAL TO BENT— FOB SALE- Fine modern cottages: make your own terms; these beautiful homes cau be purchased by monthly payments equal to rent ; cottages containing 5 rooms and bath and all modern Improvements; 7-ioot base- ment; wooden mantel and mirror; stone sidewalk; iron fence: large lot; 2 blocks from Castro-sL cable- cars: on Sanchez st., bet. Clipper and Twenty-sixth. Owner on premises to-day or apply at once to LOU IS LANDLER. 228 __t Montgomery st. Jy27 SuWe TO LET — 2 NEW 2-STORY' BAY-WINDOW houses. 1627 162:1 Post St., near Buchanan, 10 rooms and batb each, $05; also new upper flat, 1633 Post. 8 rooms and bath, 827 60. Apply to VON . KHKIN A CO.. 524 California st. jy27 3t KENT 813: WATER FREE: HOUSE 5 KOOMS, it 28 Vi Morris ave.. bet. Harrison and Bryant and Fifth and Sixth sts. DAVID STERN ft SONS. 323 Montgomery si. Jy27 3ts OUQ nil 1; J'ART. 5 ROOMS AND WASH- fflt/. room: cheap to good tenant. 6 Boyd st., oil Chesley, bet. Harrison and Bryant, Seventh and Eighth. __^ It* f.-|() COTTAGE 5 BOOMS: BATH: LARGE «trlU. yard and barn. Florida St., bet Eighteenth and .Nineteenth. Key coruer of Nineteenth and Bryant. Jy27 2t« C-l •_) 5 LARGE ROOMS AND CELLAR. APPLY io I »). 10 Heron st., bet. Folsoin and Harrison, Seventh and Eighth. It* (LA ') NATOMA, BET. SIXTH AMD SEVENTH— O^r—Ncat tenement 6 rooms; separate entrance front and rear. Jy27 at* B'l'J GOLDEN GATE AVE— COTTAGE OF 6 —O rooms and bath. EASTON, ELDRIDGE A CO. Jy'_7 3t« I AIA GEARY ST. -HOUSE 8 ROOMS AND IV)1 _. bath. Key 628 Ellis St. jy27 31* 5 DODGE, OFF TURK, NEAR LAP.KIN'-lIOUSE of 7 rooms and stable- !___ 3t* (' ft LINDEN AYE-LOWER PARTOI' HOUSE: UIU 2 sunny rooms, yard, cellar; $9. It* (' 1 A FELL ST., NEAR W EBSTER— HOUSE OF 8 VJ l — rooms and i.atb: modern improvement*. 27 7* CIOTTAGEOFS ROOMS; NEWLY PAINTED AND .'papered. Apply 800 Webster st. jy27 3t* 61/1 RARE CHANCE; COTTAGE 4 HARD- IT 1 VI. finished rooms; water In kitchen. 27 Ran- dall st., off scission, near Thirtieth, opposite Fair- mount school-house. Apply to F. C. MOLLOY, 138 Montgomery St. Jy26 7t* 9Y).) GEARY. NEAR I.ARKIN. 7 ROOMS, ——and bath. 865: 2503 Clay, nr. Fillmore, 8 rooms and bath, 840; 016 Oak, nr. Scott, 6 rooms and bath. $.15; 1031 Dolores, nr. Twenty-fourth, 9 rooms and Path. 842 50: 426 Sixth, nr. iolsoui, 7 rooms and bath, 837 50; 3 new Hats. cor. Valencia and Qnlnn: :' Liberty, nr. Valencia, 8 rooms, bath, 845: 2118 Union, ur. Webster, 7 rooms, bath, 830; 352 Twenty-fourth, nr. rolsoin. 6 rooms and bath. 825: ; 1627-29 Post, uear Buchanan, 10 rooms, bath, 865 each; 621 llalght, near Plllmore, 0 rooms, bath. 835: 1139 Valencia, near ___, 7 rooms and bath. 835:. 923 Valencia, nr. 21st. 9 rooms, :.,:!]. 850: 6 Juniper, nr. 11 th. Brooms and bath, $_."►: 32 Frederick, otr Bryant, nr. Ist. 3 rooms. 8*0; 19iu. nr. Guerrero. 6 rooms, bath, $-5; 61. 21sl. ur. Harrison. 6 rooms and bath, *20. VON KHUN _ CO. 524 California st jy-'l if_ I'll ROOMS TO LEASE FOB 5 YEARS: FUBNI- UU ture for sale; one of the best located and snn nlest house in the city: eontalnin; about 60 rooms. including dining-room, kitchen, laundry, bar-room with miliar. l table and card-room, all completely furnished and always full or guests; no dark room: tenant must lie prepared to purchase furniture: present tenant (for 10 v.-ar* retiring on account of health. Apply to P. C. MOLLOY, 138 Montgomery street. J ___!_. 'i'oi IT-CALL AND EXAMINE LOCATION AND 1 surroundings: elegant 2-story, 6 and 7 rooms and bath, bay-window bouses; at half the rental of San Francisco properties; 2:1 minutes from the Palace Hotel: pure artesian water free. ApplyatWesl Oakland Post ilßce, Point station. West Oakland, or to BOVEE. TOY A- CO.. 19 Montgomery st. jy'-'6 3t* OE WALLER— 7-BOOM HOUSE; BATH. PAN- -22 — O try and chicken-yard. Jy26 7t» 2 PLATS OF 4 AND i ROOMS: SUNNY SIDE: 1006 Florida St.. near Twenty-second: new house; all conveniences. Apply on prenilses.26 71* C .7 IMTII WATER, LODGING-HOUSE OF 10 ty?.o i . rooms at 315V_ O'larrell st., cor. Mason: reliable tenant. Apply at Collateral Bank, 15 Grant avenne. |y24 81 O*JA PAGE, NEAR LAGUNA- SUNNY 2-STORY _..v house rooms and bath; very desirable; one block of Haigbt and oak st. cables. Apply to BOVEE TOY A CO.. 19 Montgomery St. Jy2s 3t Cl'.'- Cft U3S TWENTY-SECOND ST., NEAR s± O—.'-VJ. Valencia; 2-story bay-window bouse; 6 rooms, alcove and bath: large yard: garden. 25 3* Oiii FOR RENT— 3 BOUSES; DEVISADERO O' 1 U. it., bet Pulton and Urove; within 1 block of McAllister. Hayes and Broderick st. cable-roads. B. McDoUuall. A son. Architects, 330 Fine ; hours Ito 4: key in cottage adjoining. Jy2s 14t C>i)A NEW HOUSE 5 BOOMS. BATH, LARGE 0 — U. basement. I_o6 Greenwich St.. near I.ar- kin. _______ 1 ')')£ PINE, NEAR HYDE— II ROOMS AND 2 —— O baths; suitable for renting furnished rooms; rent very cheap: 837 50. Apply Room 15. I'helan Block, Jy2s _t» TIPPER PART HOUSE 7 ROOMS; BATH; 922 SO, VJ water free. 466 sixth st. Jy'-o tr Q.>7 Cft BAY-WINDOW HOUSE; 0 ROOMS, O— I .OVJ. batb acd basement. 20-4 P0we11. 25 7 Q«Q COTTAGE, 3 ROOMS, 317 CUMBERLAND sjpO. st.. near Church and Twentieth, jy-25 3t* Ann BUCHANAN ST.— ROOMS; 818. ~ fi;Q HOUSE 5 ROOMS-1555 KEARNY, NEAR sjpO. Greenwich. CAPP A CO., 415 Montgomery street. Jy'-'4 7: ©1- COTTAGE OF 6 ROOMS; 3 LAWRENCE ijTlc). place, off Fremont St.. bet. Harrison and Bryant; on Riucon Hill; grand view of bay: to a small family; reference. jy22 tf flft] I* BAY-WINDOW COTTAGE 5 ROOMS; C 1 ___. basement. Cor.Dolores and Flfteenth.227* V EW HOUSE TO LET— 73I WALLER ST.. NEAR A* Scott; 7 large rooms; bath, gas. mirrored man- tels, etc. JviOtf . ! , — _ $1 •) HOUSE, 5 NICE ROOMS; 1611.4 MASON lA. ft.: cable-road at door. 11. P. MoREAL, 402 Montgomery st, je 14 tf DIK I. MAN 1T.., OFF MASON ST., BETWEEN Ellis and O'l aire;! 1 roms: large yard; 81 T.jStf nor, ELLIS-HOUSE,- 10 ROOMS AND BATH; i OO all modern Improvements. 3*5 tt IXKMsHKI) HOUSES. 'FARRELL ST., NEAR ALCAZAR THEATER; .rooms; rent 825: furniture cheap. Candy store, 1001/2 Stock ton st , Tor address. jy_7 St* I. OK SALE— FURNISHED HOUSE: 8 ROOMS; 1 bath: Sixth st.; reut 830; no dealers. Ap-.lv Call Branch omce. J) 24 51* Vol: FURNISHED HOUSE OF 4 ROOMS; I everything complete for housekeeping; house to let-Call 455 Jessie St., in rear, second flat. 26 2* POWELL AND CALIFORNIA STS. -NICE COM- pletely rurnlsbed house of 8 rooms an-1 bath: very sunny and desirable; on 2 cable lines. For particulars apply to BOVEE, TOY A CO., 19 Mont- gomery St. jy'_s 3t yURNTSHED HOUSE CONTAINING 9 ROOMS av and bath; stable and garden attach -d. Call be- tween the hours of 1] and 2. -5-4 Market St. j'_2 7* mil SIXTH-NICELY FUKNISIIED FLAT OF 5 — U —■ rooms for sale cheap: call after 11. jyls 171 TtNE HOUSE OF 10 K.O.Ms TO LET AND in;. I niture Tor sale. 1209 llownrd st. jvl3 tf FLATS TO LET. HI Q AND 1115 TURK ST., NR. JEFFERSON 1110 Park and Laguna St.— Elegant nets liars or 7 rooms and bath each; every convenience; sunny; desirable; yard: moderate rent. Apply to BOVEE, TOY A Co., 19 Montgomery st. jy27 3t_ "I ft Q FIERCE, NEAR HAIGHT-NKW SUNNY lvJo upper flat, 7 roomsknd bath: reasonable. It* d_l LOWER FLAT, 4 ROOMS. 4 MORKEKL ijl-i. st., near Pacllic and Larkin, jy27 3t* 7*ll BUSHST., BET. POWELL AND MASON^fI I—l rooms and batb. BADT A JACOBS, 313 Montgomery st. j) 27 tf d_ _l_ SUNNY LOWER FLAT 5 ROOMS. 832 ijs^.U ! _Flfteenthst. Jy27 tf J" fLAT OF 5 ROOMS. 6491/2 STEVENSON, BET. i* Seventh and Eighth; Inquire on premises. 27 7* mil FLAT 4 BOOMS AND WATER FREE *J* 1 1 . Firteenth st.. one block above Castro, it* 1 flfttl MISSION, NEAR- SIXTH-UPPER FLAT J VJVJO vt 3 rooms and bath. Jy27 '_t* NFURNTSHED FLAT OF 4 ROOMS AT 510 Ellis st. It* QQ- FOURTEENTH-5 ROOMS, BATH: NEWLY 000 built: bet. Castro and Noe: rent 821. Jy'_7 7* O LET— AN ELEGANT AND MOST CONVENT- ent upper flat of 8 rooms, bath, etc.: rent cheap. 1507 Geary st. jy27 3t» _} I 7ftft UPPER FLAT OF 6 SUNNY ROOMS «lp 1 I VJVJ. and bath; warn, belt of Mission. 308 Vicksbnrg st, bet. Church aud Sanchez, oil 24 th: take Caslro-st. cars. _______ ELEGANT SUNNY P.A YW lIIOW, 6 ROOMS AND - bath. 735 Minna st., near Ninth. Jy27 31* SUNNY FLATST-. - AND 5 KOOMS EACH, 316 aud 318 Jersey St., bet. Noe and Sanchez; rents 818 and 820, water Included; take Castro-st. cars. Inquire 1419 Twenty-lour. h st. Jys7 3t« ■K'LAT OF 3 ROOMS. 17 SOUTH PARK. £ jy27 3t» 6 DODGE, OFF TURK, NEAR LARKIN-FLAT of 4 rooms; 810. Jy27 31* 6 ill' HAIGIIT- 7-ROOM UPPER FLAT AND —.VJ furniture for sale. Jy27 3t* C1 (. FELL— FLAT, B ROOMS; BATH; MODERN ■JIU Improvements; basement; yard. jvJ7.il* CORNER FLAT; 6 ROOMS AND BATH. SE. cor. Twenty-sixth and Bartlett sts. Jy27 3t* 7Q'J MINNA-UITER SUNNY BAY-WINDOW I OO flat of 6 rooms, bath, basement arid yard; part of furniture Tor sale. Jy_7 3t* OWER BAY-WINDOW FLAT; 6 SUNNY J rooms; gas; all improvements: 823. 30 Moss St., off Howard, bet. sixth and Seventh. J. »21 lot* I'LEOANT LOWER FLAT (SUNNY SIDE) OF 5 1 roomsand bath; patent sidewalk, etc.; Fell St., near Webster; rent cheap. Apply U. 11. UMBSEN it CO., 14 Montgomery St. Jy'_6 3t L "INE TWO-STORY HOUSE OF 7 ROOMS AND JV bath; rent cheap: N. side Sutter, nr. Leaven- worth. Apply 0. 11. UMBSEN A CO., 14 Montgom- ery tt. 26 .It T'WO FINE LOWER FLATS OF 6 ROOMS AND bath each; patent sidewalks, electric lightings, etc.: Dolores and Twenty-third sts.: rent 826. Ap ply vi. II UMIISEN A CO., 14 Montgomery. jy26 St PARTIES DESIRING FLATS WILL PLEASE call at Oak St., nr. Franklin, N. side; 2 lower; finest in city: 6 rooms and bath each: rent cbeap. Apply G. 11. UMBSEN A- CO.. 14 Mo .tgoini.-ry )y 2O 3t 5 TfTLEOANT COTTAGE OF 4 ROOMS: 4-2 LILLY -J St.. ur. Webstar. Apply G. H. UMBSEN A CO., 14 Montgomery st. Jy26 3t ' fltV/' .0 AND 825-4 NEW FLATSON SUNNY HP_j_/.uu side of Guerrero, near Twenty-sev- enth; 6 and 6 rooms aud bath; all modern improve- - ments. Apply to O'FARRELL A LANO, 11 Mont- • gomery St. ■ ■ ••--■■ >.-.■ . - j26 4t I__ll O'FARRELL, COR. BUCUANAN-ll AND- X'Arl 1 some sunny fiat; 8 large rooms; batb. 2B 3* THE MORNING CALL, SAN FRANCISCO; SUNDAY, JULY 27. 1890-FOURTEEN PAGES. FI_ATS TO LET- CONTINUED. C-NNY~BAY-WINDOW FLAT OF 6 ROO.MS io and bath and all modern Improvements: rent 830. 515V3 Grove st. 1)23 3t» air 5 ROOMS AND BATH: CLOSE TO CABLE- Iip 10. cars; Jersey and Sanchez sts. Apply at bakery. ; Jy2B ffl*U » ROOMS AND YARD: $12,5 BOOMS AND Upo. yard; both close to cable-cars; cor. Jersey and Sanchez its. Apply at bakery. jy'JS -'t« Q..1- UPPER FLAT 6 ROOMS. BATH. NE. —0. cor. Waller and Fillmore sts.; uear Hal. st. cars. jy 20 3t» I (lilts BRYANT ST., COR. SEVENTH— S SUNNY lUUU rooms. Apply In saloon. ]y'_6 3t« ■VpEYV SUNNY CORNER UPPER FLAT. 31 Tlillt' II teenth st, near Howard. Jy'-O 7t* IV-W 6-ROOJI FLAT; MODERN IMPROVE- II inents. 1720 Folsom St., bet. Thirteenth and Fourteeuth. j >' 28 3t« TWO VERY HANDSOME FLATS. 6 ROOMS. bath, etc.: 827 50. l'olk st., near lirove.jy'.'G 4t» ff1.07 SUNNY FLAT; MODERN' IMP'S. 182 tjpAAi I . Noe St.. nr. Fifteenth and Market. Jy26 7t» Ql A AND 812 TREAT AVE., BET. TWENTY. OiU first and Twenty-second sts.— 2 new flats. 5 and 0 rooms: wood mantels, dressers and all modern Improvements: rents $_'_' .0 and $.5. jy2- 31* 2 ORS SUNNY UNFURNISHED ROOMS, BATH. -- 1229 Mission St. bet. Eighth and Ninth. ]'.'« Bt* 947 OAK-UPPER FLAT OF _ BOOMS: KENT _-_! reasonable, fcr_B 2t« 7.1Q McALLISTEB— UPPER FLAT OF 5 ROOMS, 1 —O bath: modern improvements, 830. my'-'J if QUNNY' BAY-WINDOW FLAT OF 5 ROOMS; 0 bath and all modern Improvements. 4::oi._ Four- teenth st ; rent 825. _________ MODERN FLAT: 5 ROOMS AND BATH. 2107 Puwell st. ; rent 820. )y_6 3t» 1 QQtJ SAI HAM. N ill -UPPER FLAT. 6 BOOMS, 1 000 bath, till; upper Oat, 18:10 Sacramento. side eutrauce. 818: lower flat. 181S1., Hyde, 5 rooms, yard, Bl7 50, water free THOS. S. MILLER, 1208 Leavenworth St. jy 25 3t* ICELY FURNISHED SUNNY UPPER FLAT; Is 0 rooms; bath; modern Improvements: cheap. 948 Twenty-first jy2s 3t» HANDSOME "CORNER FLAT OF Ci BOOMS; modern Improvements; rent 922. 021 Twenty- hist st. Jy2s 3t 8 ANI ONTO Sl.. Oil JONES— S LARGE SUNNY rooms; bath; reasonable. jy24 7t* Hi A H.'.VKS lit FLAT 5 ROOMS AND UiU bath; sunny side. Key nt 608. j.v24 tf ICE BAY-WINDOW FLAT, SW. COR. FULTON II and Webster, near McAlllster-st. cars. Apply DKUI KER A- PHILLIPS. 542 California st.jy.4 4t* &l(l UPPER FLAT; 3 LARGE BAY-WINDOW lif lU. rooms; porch: view. 118 Jasper, oif Fil- bert St., beL Stockton and Dupont. Jy24 7t* .11 mi LARKIN ST.- SPLENDID NE.V FLAT; _-lUt/ 5 rooms and bath. _______ 4 -BOOM FLAT. BATH AND GAS AND ALL I M- _ provements: warm belt of the Mission. 1926 Jessie St., near Twenty-first jy'-- tt ,)1 •_) 215 AND 217 VALENCIA— I NEW BAY- - 10. window sunny corner flats, 1 _ blocks from Market. 7 and 8 rooms and balh each, costly mud- ern finish, ir you see thein you will reiuse all others; aiso 50 other flats In all parts of the city. VON I.HKIN A CO.. 624 California St. ]>T3 19* VEW UPPER SUNNY FLAT 7 ROOMS; BATH II 1158 Golden Gate ave. Jy'JO tt_ 1 I /' JONES— FLAT OF 3 OR 4 ROOMS 1I U ! urn d for housekeeping; hathtcas. Jyla tf MALL ADVERTISEMENTS ANT} SUBSC I P-" tions taken at Call Branch unices 00 3 Larkin St., 33. Hayes sc. aud 2518 Mi-siou SL; open till _ :30 p.m. iya:f KOOMS TO LET. A Oft EDDY— 3 SUNNY BOOMS, FURNISHED - OU for liji.t housekeeping: rent reasonable 2 7 2' "I COD HOWARD - tWO UNFUBNIS 11 E D 1O — rooms; bath and gas. jy27 31* 1 PARK "AVE, OFF HARRISON, NEAR SIXTH. IO sunny furnished front room; suitable man and wile. jr. 27 2t* '.111 I STOCKTON COB. GEAKY— SUNNY FR.rNT — UV 'single rooms: upstairs; references, jy'27 7t* 7JM FOLSOM— LARUE SUNNY DOUBLE: ALSO I "lU single rooms: cheap. Jy27 tf -n- MINNA-DOUBLE AND SINGLE BOOMS; iV) I all new luru. ture; cheap. Jy27 7t 1 (i ~ 111 DE-PARLOR 1 -LOOK; UNFURNISHED: lu i a rooms, bath and closet; light housekeep- ing; Jv24 2t< - I /l MINNA— UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR OIU housekeeping. Jy27 3t IA3 RAUSCH - LARGE FRONT BOOM; PRI- - 1-4 vate family; also single. jy27 3t* t<QD SACKAMENTO— FINE SUNNY KOOMS TO VJOO let Jy27_3l*_ 7 I t) FOLSOM— NICE SUNNY ROOM 1 OB 2 I I __ gentlemen: cheap. Jy27 2t* w/.- FOLSOM— LABGE SUNNY FRONT BOOM; Ov) , also single rooui: chenp. ,iy27 3t* 7 A A FOLSOM— LABGE FRONT SUNNY ROOM; i U"± 2 beds; gentleiuen; cheap. jy27 21* C I I TURK-1 LARGE FURNISHED FRONT 0 1 I room: $12. J)-? 3t» QftQ MASON— OB 3 SONNY BOOMS, FI'H- oVJO uished for housekeeping^ jy-27 st* OAA HYDE — NIOELY FCR -ISHED LARUE O V'O sunuy rooms for gentleiuen; ou lirst a .-I sec- ond floor, front and rear. jy'_7 21* - J TAYLOR-2 SUNNY ADJOINING BASE- i VJO merit room*, furnished; housekeeptli7.27 21* AA P. NATOMA -NICE FURNISHEJ BUNNY a _ _) rooms; cheap. 11* I I'l P. FOURTH — FURNISHED ROOMS; SUIT- A.—o able lor light housekeeping. iy_7 It* — Af' O'FARRELL — 2 UNFURNISHED SIDE uUI- rooms: good location; 8.. jy27 ■If •Jilt MONTGOMERY AVENUE— FURNISHED OJ.U rooms iroui 81 a week aud upward. It* (il l HO WABD— ICELY FUBNISHED DOUBLE uXI room: rent reasonable. jy27 2t* •)A 1 1 HARRISON, (IP?! EIGHTEENTH — 2 —U -1 flats; rent 813 and 814. Jy'_7 3t* 7OK BRANNAN. ABOVE SIXTH— SUNNY BED" I —O 10. 111 and kitchen: turn -bed: 9___ It* iii SUNNY UNFURNISHED ROOMS; LIGHT — housekeeping small private family cable- cars; 810. Address _■■ Box 109, Call Branch, 27 •_» A. 11 MISSION— 2 UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR 9-11 MISSION— '_ I NURNISIIKii BOOMS FOR O— _ housekeeping: to; uo children. It* yon THIRD— M'RMSHED OK UNFURNISHED • )— O roouis for housekeeping: rent low. Jy27 2t* l|i) THIRD-2 FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING It.) rooms; also double and single rooms; gas and bath. jy'-7 4t» '-> fir MASON— I OR 3 YOUNG GENTLEMEN CAN AUU rind handsomely furnished sunuy loom in strictly private family; B*t.uioutn. it* 1 1 A POWELL— 2 SUNNY FRONT ROOMS, FUR- -110 nlsbed. iy27 3t* 111 A TURK— FURNISHED OB UNFURNISHED --iv rooms; gas and bath. It*. DCQ MISSION— FUBNISHED BOOM, FRO.N*T. COO with stove, dishes, etc., for couple without children, 88: single room, 86. 3r'-7 21* I ftl' ELEVENTH, COIL MISSION-PLEASANT J Ul) sunny douiiie room; BS. It* I Af' ELEVEN I 11, COR. MISSION-FURNISHED 1 UU bo-se-eeplng rooms. It* /'EARY, BET. TAYLOR ANI) MASON — UNFUR- V-I nlshed sunny parlor suite; reference) ex- changed. Apply 1086 Fost. downstairs. jy26 7t* 5 l'J HOWARD-FURNISHED KOI IMS, 810, 811: O_o housekeeping rooms and single. jy'_7 _l* ~I l I'INK--.' UN FURNISH ED; SECOND FLUOR; I VJO housekeeping; also furnished rooms. jy. s 71* A If) HOWARD-FRONT AND BACK PARL'iRS 010 newly lurnlsbed suitable lor a doctor or dressmaker; also double room. Jy27 2t* irnl STOCKTON, COR. FILBERT— 2 FUR- -1 iUI nlsheu rooms complete lor housekeeping. jy27 tf LARGE FRONT SUNNY ROOM, SUITABLE Foil 2 gentlemen, or man and wile; also housekeep- ing. .01 I- Olsom. it* 1 ARGE FRONT FUKNISIIED ROOM. 532 JES- J- sle, near Sixth. ; It* (___ MISSION — SUNNY ROOMS FOB HOUSE- _*-_. i keeping; also other rooms. It* TQO- STEVENSON, NR. NINTH— FURNISHED - 00-A front rooms lor light housekeeping, Jy27 3t* VICE FRONT ROOM; MARRIED COUPLE OR Is gentlemen: private family. 371 Minna. jy27 21* I'. ftft CALIFORNIA, COR. JONES — BOOMS I 2.VJVJ furulshed for housekeeping; also single rooms lor gentlemen. Jy27 st* Ql Q FIFTEENTH, NORTH OF MARKET — 3 010 housekeep ng rooms. It* I (-A,- HOWARD-FURNISHED FRONT BOOM; lUUU gas, bath and plauo; private family: rent reasonable. It* 7.) BEADY. OFF MABKET-3 FURNISHED OR i — unfurnished rooms; yard. It* £>ft£ FULTON— OF 3 ROOMS. OR _UU single; furnished or unfuruished. Jy27 2t* <Q OAK-LARGE SUNNY FRONT BOOM WITH - O 2 beds, for 2 ge .tlemen. jy27 2t* i. I /> NINETEENTH — SUNNY FURNISHED UIU rooms, single or en suite. It* Oil.' VALENCIA-* ROOMS, 818; 3, 814; 2, QUO 88. Jy-7 2t« I _tQ SECOND — TWO COMPLETELY FUR- -1 aaO nlsbed rooms for housekeeping. It* 71IA HOWARD, NEAR TIHRD-NICELYJFUR- I — ' nlshed large sunny room, .-'.'. Jv'-i 31* lIUBBARD-SINGLE AND DOUBLE ROOMS; rooms to let. Jy27 2t* 1 BURNISH Ell FRONT ROOM : ALSO BACKROOM, 86: housekeeping. 435 Tehama. Jy27 It* '_*. . FIFTH— FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING: 3 O-.O partly: 814; single 86. Jy.7 2t« ftft.' TAYLOR- 2 LARGE SUNNY UNFUR- OUU nlsbed rooms, suitable for housekeeping. It* itor FOLSOM - 2 FURNISHED ROOMS, J PCs) suitable fur housekeeping. jy27 4t* 9-1 1 FOLSOM -SUNNY HOUSEKEEPING OtJV 'suite; also double room; cheap: gentlemen, tf QOOCAIT -.; U.N FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING O--O rooms; no children. Jy'.'O '.'t* , IA I A POLK — FURNISHED SINGLE ROOM ; UXU private family; home comforts. Jy26 2l* 111)1 MASON —DELIGHTFULLY FURNISHED — _ I trout rooms; a quiet home for 2. jy'_6 51* Aid FOLSOM-SUNNY FRONT BOOM: GOOD O TO location; very cheap. jy26 2t* Oil II TURK, NEAR PAKE - FURNISHED OV)-±4 rooms; moderate; prliatc family. Jy'_« at* t'l- POST — SUNNY BOOMS FURNISHED UIO lor housekeeping; private family, Jy26 31* 1 IQU FOLSOM — 2 SUNNY FBONT ROOMS, I J OO nicely luruished, cheap. Jy'-6 3t* SEVENTH- WELL-FU B.N ISHED FLAT' OF 4 rooms for housekeeping. Jy26 3t* 1(11 I MASON - NICELY FUBNISHED ROOM IVJ I J for 1 or 2 persons. Jy2tf tf ACO FOLSOM-NICE LARGE SUNNY BOOM; VOO good location: cheap. Jy26 tf • 1 I ftl I FOLSOM-NICE SUNNY BOOM FOB XXVJO Ilght housekeeping: cheap. Jy26 tf J*.) p. GEAKY-FLAT OF 4 OR 5 FURNISHED 1 1.) _* sunny rooms.sullable for bousekeepliig.'-6 5* 7_ ( . 1 HOWARD — TWO SUN-A' FURNISHED J VJO A rooms, with kitcben. Jy2o 2t* 7 -Jit LEAVENWORTH- FURNISHED ROOMS; — U rent very reasonable. • Jy'.'O 2t* I Q MINT AVE — BRIGHT, COSY, DOUBLE ; 1 0 Iront room. jy'-'O 3t» AI 7 POST-SUNN SUITE PARLORS. NEATLY , is X I lurnlsbed, light housekeeping. ■ Jy26 31* Oft') BUSH— A NICE CORNER ROOM FOR 2 OU»> gentlemen or man aud wire; with use of kitchen. . Jy2« at* Aii A FOLSOM, ABOVE FIFTH — 4 UNFUR- OvjO ulshed rooms; housekeeping: 810. - Jy_B tl ' 907 SIXTH-NEAT SUNNY FR_N_~ROOMS: • _u 1 doable and single; very cheap. jy-'jif , ROOMS TO I.KT-CONTINUED. folsom - large sunny fu_rn~isued ,) —•> room; light housekeeping; $8. jy26 2t« - "I Q MOSS, OFF HOWARD, BET. SIXTH AND It/ Seventh— Nice sunny furnished rooms; house- keeping rooms: single; gas; bath: rent low. 26 :*t* C)Q CALIFORNIA — SUNNY FRONT FUR- — O nlshed rooms; en suite; single: reason- able. Jy26 3t» 1 .11 (l WASHINGTON - SUNNY FURNTSHED JVJ 1 v housekeeping rooms; small house, yard and garden. Jy26 2t* \\r\tli MINNA, NEAR SIXTH-NICELY FUR- _>«-__ nlsbed sunny room, suitable for 1 or 2 gen- tlemen: very reasonable, jy_j6 3t» ')')(' OAK-2 FURNISHED KOOMS FOK LIGHT _ .— . VJ housekeeping. Jy26 2l* QC Q F.OLSOM-LARGE SUNNY FRONT ROOMS; OOP also single rooms; reasonable. Jy'2s tr 1 1 I CASTRO. BET. FOURTEENTH AND FIF- -111 teeuth— 3 sunny large unfurnished rooms. 25 tf 1 _l(l7 CALIFORNIA, NEAR MASON — 3 OR 4 JvUI nice furnished rooms for housekeep- ing; ; Jy2s 3* __f_9 WASHINGTON— OFFICES AND OVJ— unfurnished housekeeping rooms. Jy2s 7t* 51 KEARNY - FURNISHED SUNNY" ROOMS. •Ja - ] Jy'_s st* "I ') I 1 SEVENTH — NICE, DOUBLE FRONT lOua room with veranda; 87. Jy'_s 3L* 3 HARRIET — LARGE, WELL- FURNISHED, sunny front room; goud location; private ramily; rent uiiiy t BB. - jy2s 31 *_9 . SIXTH - NICELY FURNISHED, SUNNY Z.A.O single and double rooms; cheap. Jy2s st* lflly HOWARD— FURNISHED KOOMS FOR IV) IO housekeeping. Jy2s at* L'Jsi MARKET— FRONT SUITES, 820: LARGE 000 room, first flour, 810- jy2s 3t* /•'>7 MINNA- 3 PLEASANT ROOMSUNFUR- VJO I nlshed: 811. Jy_s St* \~*y> I FOLSOM - 2 NICE HOUSEKEEPING t-OT rooius; also others. jy-25 3t* Af\ RUSS, OFF HOWARD, NEAR SIXTH — 'iv./ Large sonny front room; 1 or 2 geutlemeu or man and wlte; also single room. Jy23 tf AY BELLE BOUSE, 232 VAN NES*~COR. Grove — New and elegantly furnished ruoms for housekeeping, or en suite. jy-4 tr Till 7 MISSION — 2 FURNTSHED ROOMS; 1 tyl i housekeeping; 3 unfurnished. Jy24 st*™ Vlil GEARY— SUNNY FRONT SUITE; ALSO OVJi single rooms. JyO ait "I 'J'JI NOE. 1 BLOCK FROM MARKET — _ l—O-i pleasant rooms; 810. Jy24 7t* 1 1 Q -SUNNY FURNISHED; ALSO 2 UN- IIO furnished for housekeeping, jy_4 fit* 11 00l HOWARD — BAY'-WINDOW SUITE: 2 1 XaaO-_ gents: bath; also light housekeeping. 24 7* i)-)-J LKAVEN'YVOKTH-SUNNY FRONT ROOM. _. — *> with batb and closet attached; suitable fur 2 gents or gent and wife: also light housekeeping. 24 4* 1-I I J UNION— 4 ROOMS. 815; 4 ROOMS, IO 11 store. 8-0; 2 rooms, 810. jy9 tt i)V 7 THIRD -2 ROOMS, FURNISHED HOUSE- aaX I keeping; cbean: single, 81 week. j>23 st* 1 (.'-.7 MISSION-NICELY FURNTSHIIirsU-iNY IUOI rooms to respe. table person. jy23 st* 81 M BAY-WINDOW FRONT SUITE; Oi - light housekeeping; stove; 816. Jy23 6t* A I .'. A MINNA-CHEAP SINGLE BOOM; QUIET "Uu German family. Jy23 7t* Q9fl MARKET — LARGE. SUNNY, KAY-WIN^ sJ —VJ dow suite, or single, suitable for offices. 23 lm __ _ HOWARD— -LAT, 2OR 3 ROOMS, FUK- O-IO nished cumplete fur housekeeping ;bath.23 5* r 1 O OCTAYTA-3 SUNNY FURNISHED HOUSE- Ol ») keeping rooms; communicating; bath. 23 01* lift FIFTH— SUN Y BAY-WINDOW ROOMS'; lit- middle flat. jy4 lm 1A 1 FoST-SUITE UNFURNISHED ROOMS; 1 - also 2 furnished rooms: rent 812, 88.jy22tf m WEBSTER— ELEGANT SUITE PARLORS 111 In new Hat; private family; 825. 22 tf 7 I (J LAKKTN""- FURNISHED _ AN_i~"UNFUR- I 1 O nished housekeeping roums; new house.22 10 MASON — SINGLE, DOUBLE AND HOUSE keeping rooms or transient. Jy22 7t* .1 8 MINNA— HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS FUR 010 nished completo; bath room, Jy2o if '7*l MINNA -Wl 1.1. FURNISHED ROOM; 010 morning sun; gentlemen; cheap. Jy2oti ('III' O'FARRKLL -SINGLE SUNNY ROOM FOR UUU man, In rear; nice yard; 84. Jy2o if <I i. MINNA - WELI. FURNISHED KOO^mT; -IO good locality; bath; cheap. jy!9 tl 71 (1 BUTTER— HANDSOMELY FURNISHED 110 parlors for dentist; also sunny rooius.jlO lui* •-.11-' SIXTH — LARGE FRONT FURNISHED 0 1 VJ-A room with fireplace; suitable for _ gcntle- men: 810. ; jylS 1 __"''_ MISSION-FURNISHED FRONT SUITE; J 'l.)») hut and cold water: single roomsBs.jylOtf OII7VAN NESS AVU — 2 PARLORS, SINGLE O'l i or en suite: also others: newly rurnlsbed. tr 1.1. "_ MARKET — FURNISHED ROOMS; 1 V1,). 1 .„,•,. single; relit 88 to 820. Jyl 3 lin 1 ID TENTH — DOUBLE oil SINGLE ROOMS; 1J O balh, piano, grate; private ramily, jyl3 tr 1 I 'J/\ MISSION-NICK SUNNY BAY-Vf I 1 "I . >' ' suite: sole fur housekeeping. jy!3 tf 11 ULVEY HOUSE, 719 MARKET— FURNISHED ill rooms, suites or single; cbeap rent, jyl"_lm Ifl .'. MISSION-NICELY FURNISHED SUN- -1 VJOO ny room: 1 or 2 gentlemen. ]yl2 lm •_) ELEGANTLY FURNISHED SUNNY PARLOUS 0 with dresslng-roum attached. 918 Valencia. 28 tf 1 9'-. . MARKET, INDIANAPOLIS HOUSE— tOO furnished sunny rooms to let. my 2s It 9/ 1/1 GOOD ROOMS AT LOW KATES-715 HOW- &.VJVJ ard st.,nr. "1 bird ; gas and water In each room; reading-room aud bath tree; linen changed dally: bouse opeu all ulght* best beds In the world. ap-__.f Toidb MARKET- FURNISIIKD ROOMS: ALL i Ol)_- new; bath and gas free. jyll lm T-7 POLK-NEW HOI SE AND FURNITURE; 10 bay-window suites aud single rooms: all suu- ny; bot and cold water. Jyll lin SINGLE PURNISIIED ROOMS 15c A NIGHT. Llndell House, cor. Sixth and Howard. jyll lf_ HARKET -LARGE AND SINGLE ROOHB, 1 OOU handsomely furnlsued, with or without housekeeping privileges; rent reasouable. jyll tf 1 i>( ( ELLIS— THE GENEVA. NICELY Ft K- -1 _-*' nlsbed sunuy rooms en suite or single; a centrally located, desirable and quiet home for strangers visiting theclty. jyillm I.ARKIN -2 SUNNY BOOHS; FURNISHED __._. for housekeeping; adjoining. Jy , o tf Q_»KI BUSH — THE MORRIS; RENOVATED; O—O*' nice, clean rooms, 60c a night. Jy9 lin 1 ".I. <i CALIFORNIA — FRONT AND BACK J * Jl '') room, furnished tor light housekeeping; bath. but aud cold water and gas; 825; also front parlor, 815: uo children. JyB tr 71 O'FARRKLL — SUNNY ALCOVE. WITH 1 _ room adjoltilii. : all modern conveniences, lin •7 I . _ OTARRELL -SUNNY UNFURNISHED ___- ii VJ cove; also furnished ruoms: baths. jy4 lin KEARNY— KASSKTTE HOUSE; FURNISHED rooms: reasonable rates. MRS. C. HEDGE, lm I ~~i.AP.KIN, COR. OROVE— NEWLY FUR J v'O mslii'd sunny bay-window room. ]c24 tf BOARDING, AMI ROOMS. l'l\Q HYDE STREET-ROOMS AND BOARDING VJ'liJ Jv27 st* SOI VALENCIA ST. — ROOM AND BOARD; -.1 housekeeping rooms also. Jy27 3t* L -RX ISHED ROOM AND BOARD IN PRIVATE r family. 726 Fell st. J>_7 lit* TWO HANDSOMELY FURNISHED ROOMS, suitable for man and wire or 2 geutlemen, with board, st 1108 Bush st. jy._7 31* /_• LILY AVE, OFF POWELL, BET. BUSH AND U Pine— 2 nicely luruished rooms, with board; pri- vate ramily; 10 2 young ladles; no other roomers; terms very low. Jy26 _t* IyURNETT, 1364 MARKET— FXEGANT NEW J- building; modern improvements; handsoniely fur, sunny suites, single rooms or unfurnished. 24 5t AMERICAN EXCHANGE HOTEL. 319 AND 331 Sansome St., San Francisco; board aud room 81, $1 25 and 81 60 per day: free cuacn. WM. MONT- GOMERY, proprietor. jygltt HOTEL MARQUETTE. 1208 MARKKI ST.: newly furnished and renovated: transient and family accommodations; rooms single or en suite; with or without board; all Market-st. cars pass the door. jy2o tf ri -IK MARIPOSA. 821 LAGUNA-FINE SUITES; 1 first-class board; terms moderate. no7 tt OSEMITE HOUSE. 1045 MARKET ST., BET? 1 Sixth and Seventh; 35c to Bl per night: per week, 81 60 to $6: single and en suite; families. inrl tf ARLINGTON HOUSE. 127 KEARNY-PLEAS- ant sunny rooms, en suite and single; £rstcia_s In every respect: terms reasonable. lalOLf MONTGOMERY'S TEMPERANCE HOTEL, 227 and 229 Second St.— Single meals 25c ; board and room per day, 75c to 81 ; by tbe week. 84 to «5; tree coach to and from the bo.el. ap2l rr CHILDREN HOARDED. LT-TSANI', SUNN-^-lOME In'-T-TTi VATE American family fur a cuuple or little children. Address E. F. 11., Bui 95, Call Branch Office. It* 1 ADY OF EXPERIENCE, HAVING A TltT- Xj able home, would like children to board; terms reasonable; references: no objection to baby. Ad- dress A. 8., Berkeley. Cal. jy_6 2t Ytf IDOW WISHES CAKE OF CHILD FOK FEW ii weeks to 2 years old. M. P., 211 Eleventh. 26 2* If X IEN CED RESPECTABLE WOMAN. Xj with nice home, desires 1 or 2 children, over 2 years old, to board; good school In vicinity. MKS. Ol SEN, 159 Lombard st. Jy2s St* . * STORES TO LET. «_ Af\ 840 HOWARD ST, ij) IV). $50-Citv Hall ave. $30—21 Everett st. 8100—421 Sacramento st. 810-655 Folsom st. CHAS. ASHTON, 411 Montgomery st. jy26 6t BUTCHER-SHOP TO LET. GALVIN'S. SILVER are., near San Bruno road. Jy26 3t* -* J ARGE STORE AND « ROOMS. APPL-^l-tO Xj Folsom SL Jy27 st* PART OF STORE; RENT REASONABLE: WITH 1 fixtures. 705 Folk sL V lt . HALF A LARGE STORE; ODD FELLOWS' Bm. Address A. 11.. -lon 99, I'all Hranch, 20 7* SE. COK. MCALLISTER AND POLK; GOOD Lo- cality for drug-store. Key at 361 McAlllster.26 3* STORE TO LET; CHEAP. 702 TURK ST "~ Jy26 3t« BUTCHEK-SUOF AND 2 KOOMS TO LET. 1800 Postst. _^ jy24 7 t . 11 LARGE STORES; NEW BUILDING; NE COR- __ ner Valencia and Qulnu; D/i blocks from Mar- ket, with family rooms; suitable for drug-store bakery, etc.; also dry llgbt basement, 55__5; cement floor: 11 feet high; can be subdivided VON KHEIN A CO., 624 Callfurnia st. 13 ijh« TO LET-815 SANSOME. NEAR JACKSON: 1 floor; 2 new stoies, cor. Valencia aud Culnn. VON KHEIN A CO., 524 California. Jyl2 tf rpo MANUKiBBTCI-_Wr_Slli)p-ROOM TO RENT 1 with power, for a . term of years In the large brick building cur. Folsom and Eighteenth sts. CHARLES ASHTON. 411 Montgomery at. jy 13 lm ffl; IP. STORE; 2 LIVING ROOMS. APPLY 325 saJ)XO. Fifth st. jj \ tf THREE- STORY AND BASEMENT BRICK building, southwest corner Mlsslun and First sts : splendid wholesale business location: will lease. Apply to JOHN CARROLL. 607 Mission st. jyip tt rpo LET— STOKE AND BASEMENT, WITH 1 sleain power: Commercial anu Sansome sti - An- ply to JOHN CARROLL, 607 Mission st. I*l9 tr ■ : STORK 'AND OITHK FIXTURES. AR, STORK FIXTURES, SHOW CASES, DESKS, doors, sash; goods taken on storage, money ad- vanced. Pioneer Store, 21 to 25 Tenth st. ie__ tf •-'■"' UAlt FIXTURES. COUNTERS. SHELVING. XJ show-cases, sash-doors, etc., at 22 I'ost st Je. tf OFFICES "TO I.F.T. _TT7iri*f>Yvi___r^~4 elegant rooms. con- __ I V) nectlng, on first floor; suitable for a doctor; also sunny rooms en snlte or single. Jy27 tf O.liiTs.-NSOME STREET. -_* 423 Washington St. 802 Montgomeryst. 1604 Market St. Offices at all prices. CHAS. ASHTON, 411 Montgomery. )y27 5t Ql QKEARN'Y-FURNISHED SUNNY PARLOR 010 suite, or for business office. jy23 7t* FFICES COR. FRONT AND CALIFORNIA; COIL Callloruia and Kearny; 615 Sansome, near Jackson, top floor. YON KUEIN Ac CO.. 524 Call- fornia st. • mvll tf SUMMER RESORTS. SANTA CKUZ-BIVERSIDE HOTEL AND COT- tages; the favorite ramily hotel in Santa Cruz: 5 minutes' walk from beacb; beautiful - grounds; terms reasonable. FRED BAUSON. je2B lin SANTA CKUZ-SUNNYSIDE; A NEW FIRST- kS class boarding-house: 81 to 81 lis per dav; wal- nut ave. MRS. P. J. DUTCHKR. je27 3m "PIOLLIN COTTAGES, SANTA CRUZ, CAL.— JJ Best summer resort on Beaeh Hill, overlooking the bay, O. W. FOLLIN, proprietor. jc27 3 in HXfL MONTE" HOTEL, SAUSALITO - HOT J_ salt-water baths. my3 4mo SAMPLE COPY OF TIIE HOTEL GUIDE, CON- -0 tain log a directory oi Calirornla hotels and re- sorts, sent tree to auy address. Hotel Guide. 120 Sutter st. )eBtf S WANTON HOUSE. I'ESCADERO, SAN MATEO County, Cal., tin- favorite resort or the Pacific Coast; hotel and cottages all newly rurnished; lovely grounds; also the famous pebbly beach, where are round agates, opals, topaz, moonstones, emeralds, water crystals and many othor precious stones: good trout fishing and wild game; board reasonable: spe- cial rates rer lamllles. MKS. S.W. SWANTON.JU tt I'AMALPAIS VILLA. TAMALPAIS STATION. 1 Ross Vailey. nr. San Raraei; salt water bathing; commodious grounds; fine drives; pavilion: take Sausalito lerrv. MRS. PETER SMITH, proprietresi SPRING COVE SUMMER RESORT: GOOD Ac- commodations: 5 miles from Napa. MRS. J. GRIDLKY. proprietor. jyl lm* \l' ILKINS HOUSE-THE MOST CHARMING. I* convenient ami best conducted hotel In Santa Cruz. HOYT A- i'v HIT MAN, proprietors, lyl Sin ' I.IHiIATIO.N.v:.. CON VEKSATTONAI. LESSONS AND INSTRUC- ; tlous In literature. Address Mrs. E. 1-:. IK. Box 91), Call Branch Ollice. jy27 St* ■V BENCH LESSONS GIVEN AT 1011 CLA. ST.; 1 apply bet. 9 and 12 m. Jy2s tf THE MUN SON SCHOOL OF SHORT-HAND. 52 Hood Building— Type-writing and dictation; day and evening session*; experienced teachers. jy24 3in CiERTIFICATED TEACHER FROM EUROPE DE- / sires pupils Tor piano! terms 83 per mouth. 40 Buss st., olf Howard, near Sixth. jy23 71* Sio.ti. CIPOLLONI.FBOM RO__,ITA_-VTEACH- er oi mandolin. Room 105, St. Ann's 81dg.22 lm MR. W. DE JUNO, 1409 VAN NESS, TEACHER of sillying, piano, violin and 'cello, Jy2l Im lANO INSTRUCTIONS. 612 BRANNAN ST., bet. Fourth an.l Fifth. Jy'_o 30i« RAND FREE ART EXHIBITION DAILY. ST Ann's Building. Room 103. jy.'O bin MK. Wll. ln. W COHEN, TEACHER OF pianoforte and singing. 1215 Clay sl Jylglm MANDOLIN ANT) VIOLIN: ITALIAN METHOD. Prof .S. AD Music Studio, 1009 Sutter st I)ROFESsOR GUSTAV A. SCOTT, PIANO AND orgau, removed to 1115 Van Ness ave. JylS lm ciilTU STENOGRAPHER, HAVING A FEW UN- \ ' occupied hours, will be pleased to receive 2 or 3 pupils for private tuition, 509 Mason St.: unless a teach r can himself copy Hie words of a speaker or reader I doubt that his services are worth procuring In shorthand. J. S. WHITE jyll lm OAKLAND SEMINARY, 628 ELEVENTH ST. Oakland; for boarding and day pupils: the sum- mer term will open Monday, July 28, 1890. MK.S. M. K. BLAKE. Principal, jyl 3 in OAKLAND CLASSICAL ANT) MILITARY ACAD- emy, a select school fur boys, will reopen at 1020 lak St., Oakland, July 16, 1890. Colonel W. H. O'BRIEN. Superintendent. Jyl 3in SPANISH LADY DESIRES A FEW PUPILS^ TO . join a class or for single lessons. 148 Sixth St., Room 44. —_____—_ ea9 lin ELKORAPIIY AMI RAILROADING; 640CLAY; 1 refer tu our operators nuw lu ulllces. JeSO 6111 LSI ELD SEMINARY 1825 TELEGRAPH AVE, E Oakland, will open August 4, 1890. MRS. W. 8., HYDE. Principal. je!7 3m GUITAR AND PIANO LESSONS GIVEN, S3 TO « 85 per mouth. 39 Fifth st. iiiy-JO 6m F. SCHOOL OF ORATORY-ALL BRANCHES . of elocution tan. lit, GUY DUIIIiKLL, 527 Post, Ell. CRANDALL, TEACHER OF SINGING. 403 Hi. Golden Gale ave. inyll 6m Sell .ir. CIVIL. MINING AND MECHANICAL Engineering, Surveying, Architecture, Drawing, Assaying. a. Van Al 1.1.KN, 723 Mar-'t. -lii EALD'S IN ESS COLLEGE, 21 POST ST Double-entry book-keeping, peuiuau_ip, short- hand, type-writing, telegraphy, etc.. all included business course under one tee of 875, je_o_ "PACIFIC BUSINESS COLLEGE. 320 POST St 1 Urfescbolarshlp. 875: day and evening. oc"_.;t ' UP.NTIST... ■ TT~ea--aT_TfTctai-¥e^ CHEAP- '• est and best; ert. with gas 81. BLAKE BROS., New Chronicle Bud. ling. Jy2s tf DR. 11. AUSTIN. SURGEON DENTIST, RE- moved 10 719 Market, near Bancroft's. JylS tf DR. CASSII.I.) PAINLESS DENTAL rooms, 920 Market st: best teeth 84 to 87: ex- tracting or filling -_..c. to ; half price to poor.atj Cl ESTER, SUBLETT * SYLVESTER, DENT- O isls-DK. W. A. SUBLETT has exclusive charge of our mechanical department, while DBS. HENRY and YY ILLIAM SYLVESTER manage the operative; teeth extracted or filled, positively without pain, by the use nr our celebrated vitalized air. ofiices . - cor. Sixth and Mission sts.; hours 9to 6. jeg ly "jTeAUTIFU-. SET 87: PAIN LESS EXTRACTING 1- 60c; gold plates: bridge work; crowns: fillings; at lowest rates. DR. 0. A. FERRY. 8 Mason 81. des tt DK REA. 9-3 MARKET'. EXTKACTS TEETH for 60c: wltn cas for 81 : open evenings, selttf __7nEW-PAP_KS HAD LONG ARTICLES IN them stating tbat the insane asylums are full of people who touk gas only once lor painless tooth ax- traction and weut crazy My secret painless 'met—O- la wonderfuL By its use any dental operatiou may be done painlessly. Win lorlelt 8100 for any tooth that I cannot extract without sleep or gas, even though a dozen dentists have fulled to extract It All operations done bettor than elsewhere, slues I have seven first prizes for beautiful fillings, plate and crown work. There are 5 Leek dentists. otfice Open till 9:30 p. St.; Sundays till J -. M. DR. GEOKOE W. LEEK, 6 i .'Farreli st. oc9 tt *f YK. C. H. WILSON, DENTIST, 923 MARKST IJ St.. bet Fifth and Sixth, opp, Masou. del s If C'OLTON DENTAL ASSOCIATION, 806 MARKET I st. (Phelau Building); gas specialists: positively extract teeth without pain; only olhco that niakos and gives the celebrated "Coiton Gas"; 30,000 ref- erences: established 1803; all operations In dentistry performed. DR. CHARLES W. DECKER. 107 if 1 R. A. I.UDLUM HILL, 1443 MARKET ST.. BET. XJ Tenth and Eleventh; no charge for extracting when plates are made; old plates made over line new; teeth from 8S per set; extracting 60c. m4tt <T;7 A SET FOR TKETH: WARRANTED A3 I.) I good as ran be made; filling 81. DR. SIMMS. dentist. 930 Market st.. next Baldwin Theater. ASTROLOGY. MADAME MOST WONDERFUL RE- veaier; seer of past, present and future; is clairvoyant. 211 Third at., upstairs. jy27 lit* /'LAIRVOYANT; FEE, 25Ci LADIES ONLY. 410 V. Third St.. Room 4. Jy27 3t* MME. MOHEAU, 73 FOURTH ST.. REVEALS past, present and future; tee 25c. Jy2s St* l UGUSTA LEOLA, FORTUNE-TELLER AND _\ clairvoyant; magic charms; love tokens; shows true pictures of future husbands and wives; teaches furtuue. 2326 Mission St.. nr. -'otb: feeBl- j>"2s 12m* ME. EXODIUS, CLAIRVOYANT, REMOVED to 1067 Market. bet. 6th and 7th. Room 2.jy18 tf MME DAVIS REVEALS PASI, PRESENT AND future. 1 Fifth St., Parlors 27 and 28. jylS 6iu MISS BEN STOCKS. LOTTERY, LOVE, etc. ; future husband or wife. 353 Fourth. 12 lm \\ RS. NORMAND READS YOUR ENTIRE LIFE; iM j. ast, present and future, and g.ves lucky num- bers. SIS -Mission St.; advice in basement. Jel3 6in TOLA MANNING, LATELY ARRIVED FROM Eu- rope, reveals past, present and future with cards. Hours,!) a.m. to 9 r.M.9l7__ Mission, top Hour. B in ME WALTERS, 317 TEHAMA ST., NK. 4TII: fortunes told; ladles, 26c; gents, 50c; open Suu. KEATE3T FORTUNE-TELLER IN THBCITY; reveals past, present and futura Call and us MISS LELAND. 789 Mission, near Fourth: res. ladles gentleman 81: lucky charms, uiy B It MMET-lIMID, FROM VIENNA; HOST RE. nuw ned; revealing life's future events: ladles 8 1, gfnlleiiicn .2. by mall 83. ' 'nice 856 Mission. mr3 tf ATTTiIiN i. YD-AT-L- \V. DvunT--"i-i-r^>ivoß«^ COLLECTIONS, etc U. S. Att'ys Association, 30 Kearny. jy2o tf ADVICEFREE; DIVORCES A SPECIALTY ; Pos- itively no publicity; shortest time; legal every- where: no charge unless successrul; collections, etc.; established ten years. G.W.HOWE, 30 Kearny. ADVICE. ROBERT SC O ULA B, SUPREME Court Attorney, 34 Kearny st. mylS 6iii A DVICE FREE; DIVORCES A SPECIALY: NO -V publicity; quickest time: legal everywhere; terms reasonable; no charge unless successful; and another eases at law. both civil and criminal, pushed vigorously; collections, wills, etc. T. ENGLEY, ATTORNEYS^ ASSOCIATION. 11 Kearny st.Jell din DIVORCES, WILLS. ETC. FRANK KENNEDY, Attorney. 83 Murphy Building. 12 tf JOHN A. WALL, ATTORNEY AT LAW. 220 Sansome St., Rooms 10, Hand 12. my 15 61110 WW. DAVIDSON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, 439 . California st..' Rooms 11-15: advlee Tree. d3tf DELINQUENT NOTICES. ATENT DEVELOPING AND MANUFACTUR- Ing Company of California. Location of works. San Pranclseo; location of principal place of busi- ness, 308 Market st., San Francisco. Notice— There are delinquent upon the following-described stock, on accouut of assessment No. 2, levied on tbe 16th day of April, 1890, the several amounts set opposite tbe names of the respective shareholders, as fol- lows: Names. No. Celt. No. Shares. Amount. Arthur Noble 17 483 8 120 75 Arthur Noble 18 183 4.75 And in accordance with taw, and an order of the Board of Directors made on the 16th day of April, 1890, so many shares of each parcel of such stock as may he necessary will be sold at public auction, at the office of the company, 308 Market st., Sau Francisco, on Monday the 28th day of July, 1890, at the hour of 1 o'clock p. 11. of said day, to pay sal. delinquent assessment thereon, together with costs of advertising and expenses of the sale. JOHN FREY, Secretary. Office. 308 Market St.. Sau Francisco. }y25 4t LEGAL NOTICES. D" EPARTMENT NOr-o^-_O_^lT_niN THE Superior Court in and fur the city and County, or Sau Francisco. State of California. In tbe matter of the estate of PRISCTLLA M. WILLARD, de- ceased. Notice Is hereby given, that TUESDAY,' the 6th day of August, A. 1). 1890, at 10 o'clock a. m. of said day, and the court-room of said court, at the New City Hall, in the city and county of San 1- ranclseo, State of California, have been appointed as the time and place for proving the will of said PKISCILLA M. WILLARD, deceased, and ror hear- ing the application of LIZZIE A. ALLEN for the Issuance to her or letters testamentary thereon. Dated July 23d, A. D. 1890. ■ YYM. A. DAVIES, Clerk. By F. B. HOUGHTON, Deputy Clerk. GEO. K. WILLIAMS. At y for Petitioner. J-4 IQt FINANCIAL. :.'-* MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE IN quantities to suit at low rate of Interest. -Ap- ply to '.ho California Mortgage Loan Co., 323 Mont- turnery st , San Francisco. . ■■--.■ deS Su tt * >_ .(111 1.1.(1 TO LOAN AT LOWEST MAS- -H.-". VJ -Hi ket rates on city and country real estate, any amounts. SCH ULLEK, 420 C-llforuia. U PERSONALS. MRS. ADA HART WILL SEND " ADDRESS to this office. She will hear of her friend in Mexico. Address CARPENTER, Box 128, Call Branch Office. jy27 it* ANY ONE KNOWING THE ADDRESS OF MRS. A. It. II ARRIS please send to X., Box 9.', Call Branch Offlco. . - . lt« MIDDLE-AGED CATHOLIC MECHANIC WITH real and personal means and good home would like a lady similarly situated; state means; personal acquaintance preferred: best of reference: object matrimony 1 no irlller.. Address Business, Box 123, Call, Branch ofilce, _________ Xi" S.— YOU LOOKED JUST TOO SWEET FOB J*, anything; am awfully happy; do cheer up a bit. 11. G. * - It* DR. KAZAN'S TURKISH, KUSSIAN MEDl- cated and electric baths are, arter being thor- oughly renovated, open to the public, 415 Sutter street jy27 71* ORDERS TAKEN FOR HOME-PUT-UP FRUITS; only best material used and satisfaction guar- anteed. L. P. YVYANT, 11 Geary St., Room 1, 27 3* HOUSES ALTERED, REPAIRED, STOKt-FlT- tlng by non-union nine-hour carpenters. Ad- dress Carpenters. Box 142. Cam. Branch 0f11ce.27 71* . HOUSE OF 7 BOOMS AND BATH: Will. PAY to a suitable party from 8150 to 8200 per month clear; Al location and furniture; well established. Address Massage, Box 148, Call Branch Office. It* 14/ ILK MRS. HARRY ANOKUS (NEE V. C. OR '» JENNIE FERRIS), or any one knowing her address or whereabouts or any Information in re- gard to her, please communicate with her brother, WILL F. FERRIS, 741 W. R. R. Ave., Uecatur, 111., or her aunt at 635 Post St., San Francisco, Cal.; business of great importance. Jy2o Su 4t* GROCERIES— CLUFF BROS., WHOLESALE VJ ana retail grocers: the oldest established and most reliable house on the Pacific Coast: teas ami coffees a specialty; no chromos or crockery; best goods at lowest prices: cuuutry orders pricked and shipped free. 9 and 11 Montgomery ave.. 40 and 42 Fourth st., 409 aud 411 Montgomery are., 401 Hayes st. Jel7 TuThSu tf HANDS MANICURED WITHOUT ACIDS OR 11 cutting: wrinkles erased and couiplection baths given. MMi. KI.ISE:, 404 Post St. jy27 tf Su ACCORDION SKIRTS AND CAPES; FINE knife pleating. 9 Geary St.. Bill 1. 22 SliMo'i'u tf <!_ I .11 *' OK CABINETS; FULL LENGTH: HP 1 .OV) Oudeus' Art Studio, 10 6th. aS SuTuTh tf "I ADLES WILL MAKE .MONEY, FRIENDS AND 1- customers by .selling Tyolin Freckle Cream and Lotion. 60e each; Thyoiin Almond Meal and Wash, 250 each: Thyoiin Eczema Cure, 50c. Latest, best and safest combination of toilet articles known to modern medical science for the complexion: they are not to cover but a positive cure for all discolor- atlons anl eruptions. Used by the elite of Europe and the East. One or more of these preparations may be used, as the case may require Guaranteed and f-r sale by all wholesale and retail druggists. Agents supplied with samples free. AH orders promptly delivered or mailed by MRS. GATES. 121 Powell st.. opposite Baldwin Hotel, San Francisco, anil BLACK A KI'CIIMAIF.II, Toledo, 0.. Sole Manufacturers for the U. S. A. Jy26 6t HE CAPTAIN ARRIVED FROM THE farm and the boys are all smiling at bun. He came like a cannon-ball anu struck tho Cascade, 638 Sacramento st. Jy2s 3t* ffl**) t/l CABINKTS PER DOZEN": El EGANT «_*._. . water color picture In gilt frame free with every dozen, WILSON'S, 22 Kearny. my_s bm JOE I'OIIEIM. THE TAILOR. IS MAKING THE balance of bis summer woolen suits to order at cost, to make room for rail and w. nter goods. 203 Montgomery, 724,1 1 10 and 1112 Market. je2 B trSaSu "U'LEGANT CASSIMERE PAN IS MADE TO OR- -a der for 88; perrect UL 203 Montgomery St., ______ 10 and 1112 Marketst. je'.'S if SaSu TT'INF; DRESS BEAVER SUIT MADETOORDER X for 840; perfect fit guaranteed or no sale. 203 Muntguin ery, 724,1 II Oand 11 12 Market. je2-tr SaSu GENTLEMAN WISHKS TO .MAKE THE AC- I tance of a young lady matrimonially Inclined.. Address A. P., 80x. 136. Call Branca. Jy'J. St* MISS ELIZABETH EVANS WILL HEAR OF something tu her advautage by calling on MRS. P. .SS, 256 Jessie st. Jy2s 3t* DEMOREST PATTERNS; FALL STYLES CATA- logiies free. Agency 430 Sutler st. jy3 3in DR. HAMPTON-EYE? EAR, THROAT AND chronic ailments. Room 6, Murpby 81dg.28 lm rPAILOR BUTTONS MADE FROM ANY MA- Iterial; also Ivory. rim buttons. 110 Taylor St.. the only button factory on tills Coast. ' jc22 :irn_ MKS. DR. THOMAS (COLORED), ELECTRO MAS- sage: hygienic specluliit. 1511 Leavenworth. 6m ORIENTAL COMPLEXION BATHS ANT) beauty treatments. MME. VIDA, Oriental Beauty Physician, 22 Geary st. Je2l 6m DRESSMAKING— LATEST STYLES; REASON- abIe prices: orders by mall pruinptly executed: fit guaranteed. MRS. M. HE HAOAN,9_7 Mh_lon.6in POSITIVE CURE FUR CATARRH, BRONCHITIS, asthma. Wilson's Inhaler, 229 Kearny. jes tf AVE HAVE A NUMBER OF FULL DRESS SUIT'S *i to hire for bails, parties or funerals at a reason- able price. ORIGINAL MISFIT CLOTHING PAR- LORS, cor. Post and Oupont sts. MONI-:y"_.OANED ON ARTICLES; EVERY DE- scriptlon of collateral; old gold and sliver bought. COLEMAN'S. 41 3d St., San Francisco. m3O i~ASIIT()NABLE DRESSMAKING AT MRS. J DARLING'S. 710V 3 Taylorst. ]y25 tf ADVICE FREE: DIVORCES A SPECIALTY; no publicity; terms reasonable; no fee unless successful; costs advanced for reliable persons. Ad- dress Attorney. P.O. Box 1922, S. F. ]y25 tf ADVICE: DIVORCES SPEEDILY; NO PUBLIC- __. lty; legal everywhere. R. SCOULAK, Supreme Court Attorney. 34 Kearny st. mylS 6iu ARTIFICIAL PAVEMENTS— L. BAUER. CON- tractur, rock and brick work. 3015 Buchanan, tf VKIV PENSION LAWS; NO PAPERS REQUIRED. lv Call or address Immediately FRED __, WIL- SON, 4-0 California St., Room 11. Jyl9 lm* WATCHES CLEANED ANT) WARRANTED. 75c »> at YVENZEL'S, 269 Third at. JylStf AT 128 KEARNY. KOOM '.). YOU CAN BORROW money at low rates; private rooms for ladies; pledges for sale; take elevator. au7 tt ON 111 INSTALLMENT PLAN-DRESS-GOODS, silks, sealskin and sealette cloaks: also carpets, lurniture, laee-eiirtains, blankets and foliflng-beiU atM. FRIEDMAN A CO.'S. 228 and 280 Stockton St. Why pay ready money when you can buy just as cheap by making a small cash payment down, balance weekly or monthly ? An Inspection of our stock ls respectfully solicited; orders by mail for crouds or samples promptly a. tended to. 228 and 230 Stockton St.. cur. Post: open evenings. apl'J Cl A Vi LL MANUFACTURING COMPANY, HAV- I ing now completed their uew and commodious factory at 48 Eighth sL, between Market and 51 is- slon. are better prepared to fill all orders entrusted to them than ever before. A full line of fine car- riages always on hand at bed-roc_r"prl.-cs. jylfl lin I/OLDING BEDS — EXAMINE OUR NO. 1001 y mirrored with large plate 18x40: walnut, oak and cherry; cash price elsewhere 865: our Installment . price only 850. M. FRIEDMAN A CO., 228-230 Stockton St.. cor. Post: open evening- aplOtf DON'T FAIL TO VISIT THE BON-TON. 1131 Market it., bet. 7th and Sth; we will sell our finest French-mixed candles at SOc per pound. 13 6111 PIANO LESSONS BY GERMAN LADY; HALF hour 25 cents. 931 Market, Room 32. my 16 12m RY GOODS ON INSTALLMENTS. WITHOUT Interest: dress goods, cloaks, furniture, carpets, bedding, Jewelry, pictures, mirrors, banging lamps, clocks, etc.; carpets from 65c upward. J. NOONAN A CO., 1021 and 1023 Mission sl. bet. Sixth and Seventh; opeu evening. apl7 tt HIGHEST PRICE; PAID FOR CAST-OFF CLOTH ing, gold, jewelry, books. KLEIN. 109 Sixth. U WINDOW SHADES MANUFACTURED TO OK- " derby WILLIAM McFHUN. 1195 Market, 2_tC A GREAT BUSINESS PROPOSITION- CAN'" save you 50 per cent by purchasing a merciiant tailor-made business suit fur 815; merchant tailor's price 830. ORIGINAL MISFIT CLOTHING I'AB LORS, cor. Post and Dupont sis. I ) 1 ONEEB CARPET-BEATING MACHINES DO 1 the best work. J. si'AULDING A CO., 353 Te- hama st. : telephone 3040. apl'J ANDREW-MEET .ME CORNER IMSf AND _— Dupont, to select a nobby spring suit made by a merchant tailor for 910, our price 815. oßliil- NAL MISFIT CLOTHING PARLORS, cor. Post aud Dupout sts. .-CLEANING; S TO 6 UTS. PER YARD; Vr the best work guaranteed or no pay; telephone 3228. S. STKATTO.N, 1211 Market St. apO din HE ADVISED IN TIME To PURCHASE A MEIT chant tailor-made spring suit In 3 or 4 button cutaway for 820; merchant tailor's price 840, ORIGINAL MISFIT CLOTHING PARLORS, cor. Post and Dupont sts. (NARPET-CLKANINO. 30 PER YARD; CHEAP- - est and best In the city. J. E MITCHELL A CO., 230 Fourteenth SL ap".' tf Ij____ A FAT MAN NEED NOT GO SHABBILY _ dressed when we can fit you ln a merchant tailor-mado suit, newest spring styles, for 818; mer- chant tailor's price 835. ORIGINAL MISFIT CLOTHING PARLORS, cur. Post and Dupont sti. _ ADVICE -REE; ESTATE'S DAMAGES; l.EN- eral law practice, W. N. TULLER, 124 San- some St., Rooms 23 and 24. Jy9 6111 IION'TYVAIT UNTIL IT IS TOO LATE - 100 J ' pairs spring styles light-colored trousers made 1 crack merchant tailors ror rrom 810 to 815; our price 84 50 to 88. ORIGINAL MISFIT CLOTHING PARLORS, cor. Post and Oupont sts. 7_lE APEST AND BEST PLACE TO IIAVE YOUR V. carpets cleaned and relald. JONES' Perlect Carpet-cleaning Works, 25 and 27 Eighth St., Tele- phone 312 I. 9 tf BUY PAII.LARD NON-MAGNETIC WATCHES, the only recognized standard. Jyl2 lm ACCORDION PLAITING DONE at SHORT NO- tlce, GOLDBERG. 118 McAllister st. jyll 6m LADIES' TAILOR-MADE SUITS; I EST J fall styles. Parlors 125 Oak st. JylO tf CITY STEAM CARPET BEATING AND RENO- vatlng works: dyeing and cleaning. 24 ami 26 Eighth si. G. 11. STEVENS, proprietor. Jy9 6m < UVEA TALL SLIM MAN A CHANCE— VI fit yuu, no matter bow tall. In a merchant tailor- made spring suit for 820; merchant tailor's price 840. ORIIiINAL MISFIT CLOTHING PARLORS, tor. Fust and Dupunt sts. /•'O-IPLEXiNE POWDER OK CREAM FOR FACE V 1 and bands; invisible, harmless: 25c. At DU- BOIS', Cfay A Leavenworth, A all druggists. jy2 3m CARPETS THOROUGHLY CLEANED WITHOUT ) beating; refitting carpets a specialty. CONKLIN BROS.. 333 Golden Gate ave.: telephone 2126. 13 tf VLI AISTS CUT. FITTED, STITCHED. COLLARS " sleeves lit; skirt cut, stitched, braid drapery belts put 011; 83. MME MICHAUX, 110 McAlllslr. YOU CAN BUY YOUK FURNITURE ON 1.1- -1 stallmeuts; easy terms. BARE BROS., 322 ml ,24 Hayes st., bet Franklin and Gough. mrlo POBTBAIIS ENLARGED IN INDIA INK, crayon, water colors and pastel. Pacific Por- trait Co., 1221 Market St., T.J. O'BRIEN. 51'gr. 20 tf SMALL ADVERTISEMENTS AND BUBSCBIP- tIons taken at Call Branch Otlices, 603 Larkin st, 339 Hayes st. and 2518 Mission st.: open till 9:30 re. ». niII.SSM Al-KUS. - -ITS MADE REASON ABLyTtaILOR SVSTEM taught. MISS ol_LloAN,ll6Kearuy.2u SuTh ly MME. FLESHER'S SCHOOL OF DRESS-CUT- tlug and dressmaking; you are taught to make tkdress trom beginning to end; the most perfect la- -les' tailor system In existence. 37 Sixth St. j.V-2 lm ELEGANTLY FITTING SUITS MADE VERY _ reasouable. 833 Howard st. jy22 7t* lADIES-IFYOU WISH TO HAVE ELEGANTLY J fitting suits, handsomely draped, made for 80, please call at MRS. morris', 7321. Geary. 20 st* DRESS-CUTTING TAUGHT THOROUGHLY BY authentic French tailor system. 610 Post.)els 6in MISS AGNES K_L__R, 1 10 STOCKTON, NEAR Geary; stylish suits from S3 50 up; cutting ni fitting.- specialty: 78 cents: perlecl -L ap7 If FHYSICTANS. ■ J-VJ- ■■? RTs___T_--iiRI_KE, -OS-OLDEN GATE AVE. Women's diseases specially; hygienic spuuge suc- tion cleanser; sinple, safe, sure; Instructions given CQiifuloiuUlly: treatment by mouth low rates.))-. Urn - _ CARFKNTER9 AND B_T_.l>__U9. ; ■"V.LAWBENCE, CARPENTEII AND BUILDEB, .619 Sacramento st. ; cabinet wore aud fitting up cfiicts promptly attended 10; telephone a 00. unii.r I ADMISSION DAY. I A Pioneers' Committee of Conference With the -fntlve Sons. A meeting of the Conference Committee of the Pioneers was hold at their hall, on Fourth street, yesterday afternoon. This committee originally consisted of nine mem bers, four of whom. Messrs. Louis Sloss, 11. 11. Taylor, E. B. Vreeland and H. B. Russ, were present at the meeting. Messrs. John Nightingale and James G. Fair re signed from the committee, which reduced the total membership to seven, therefore the four first named formed a quorum. Louis Sloss was chosen Chairman of the Conference Committee and 11. 11. Taylor was elected Secretary. After its organiza tion the committee admitted to its presence Grand President W. 11. Miller and Grand Marshal C. L. Tilden of the order of Na tive Sous, who had been appointed a com mittee to meet the Pioneers to arrange for an agreement on dates and details. After presenting their position and tho anxiety of the Native Sons to meet in joint conference the Pioneers appointed a sub-committee, comprised ol Messrs. 11. B. Russ, E. B. Vreeland and EL EL Taylor, to meet the sub-committee of the Native Sons to arrange for dates and details, and the minutiie of the arrangements will be settled by it, while the Joint Conference Commit tee's province will be to arrange the more prominent and vital features of the parade and entertainment . The announcement that the "Vigi lantes." a side issue to Hesperian Parlor, No. 137, would have a float of "Fort Gunny bags" in the parade, accompanied by twen ty-live in Vigilante attire, caused considera ble comment among the Pioneers earlier in the day, and by noon the comments had be come protests. One of the Pioneers, whose friendship for the Native Sons can never be doubted, called at their headquarters and said that the proposition is regarded unfavorably by the Pioneers, since it recalled memories of division and lawlessness, and closed by asking the "Vigilantes" to desist. This the "Vigilantes" consented to do when advised of that feeling among their seniors, ami all who called at the Joint Committee's headquarters yesterday were advised of the chance. What the "Vigi lantes" will substitute in its stead is not yet decided, but there Is a proposition to have an ex- team to represent early pioneer life. HOTEL ARRIVALS. BALDWIN HOTEL. C It Hansen, Berkeley T Yvallis. Washington E I. Llppctt, Petaluma W E Dean, New York A J Dean, Fresno Al Hipp. Sel liy Smelter J W Alexander, Chicago A YV Hayward 4: w, 111 A Ferbls, San Jose .1 W Davidson A w. Cat Dr _ 11 Cutler, w _ .1 M I. Murphy, Pasadena Pleasanton A F Glass, Latbrop C B Slngley, Petaluma Mrs M Valensln, Cal Q 11 Fraucoeur.San Diego CJ Cole, Milpilas Ii Krestra M D, Stockton C J I'ra^g, Mil pitas ' J E McDonald, Oakland C II Ityner * w, S Diego T II c Condon, Oakland N Ottoman, Modesto M E Singleton, San Jose LICK HOUSE. E Baity, Nevada O li Katzensteln, Sacto J Gambetta _ w, Stockton A J Douzel, Soiirante I. J Crown, Alameda Dr li B Crane _ w.SlHlna Mrs li Marshal!, Bed Bluff I F Hylaud, Napa C M Burt. Detroit II T'ortreua, Napa Mrs A E Hurton. Detroit F Tracy & w, Sacramento Miss M A Burton, Detroit Mrs M A Southern, Sacto C Cleary, Seattle GW Williams A w.Alamda A L Lcncaleii.tew.Sßarlira F S Patt Jr. San. lose AUG llillmaii, Davis C A Hngau, Sau Jose W YV Reed. Sau Jose L W YV Jullea Rosa Mrs A J Mealiy, SntaCruz J T Peck, Merced T M Todd, Auburn ;.! H Hosklns, Stockton G T Ellis, Santa Barbara A Hammer, USA D B Fairbanks, l'etaluma| OCCIDENTAL noTEL. Dr D Robeson. Ohio iYV 11 Alley, Chicago Mrs Robeson, Ohio Mrs Alley, Cb cago • Miss O Kobesou, Ohio 1> T Allen, YVestlield ' F M Bradley, Wash IF Golden, Nevada S C Clornan, ISA, Wash 1' 0 Beeve, San Jose G X Sterling, Stockton Mrs Reeve. San Ju*e Mrs Sterling, Stockton J Cosincll, Milwaukee B Franklin, New York G 0 Messer, San Diego Mrs Teale, Ma; field ; II Bulger, Henlcia Capt W J Kussell. Panama- F Wainwri.ht. Pittsburg hi Bulger, Benlcla IE T BlaytOD, Michigan Mrs M Taylor, San Jose Mrs Kl' de Noon, N York B T Smith, Sau Dleco (Miss de Noon, New York C Hammond. Redwood W W Williams, Wash A B Costigan, Chicago Mrs Williams, Wash Mrs X X Beuu, Styletownl BROOKLYN HOTEL. £ Dean Watsonville ,L L Bagnall, Colusa l: 11 lung, Petaluma J 11 Collin., Williams J B lllnster, San Rafael J Smith, Eureka T X Sanborn, Chicago D W Gllenwalt. Stockton J F Scauloo, Stockton J Thompson, Llvermore G Leonard, Stockton W 11 Hutchinson, Porttnd MF. Parkinson, Oakland A L Dunn, V acavlile H Tennis, Stockton O B Gollusky.Georgetown J TMcMabon. Sacra no J Martin, Portland E E Perkins. Woodlaud M O Hunter, New York: E Phillips, Stockton II 11 Hinds, I.odi 1. Llghtboily, San Jose Q E Rice, Baltimore II C Whitman A '.Florida JII Kill. l, Chlcu \V w Brown, San .lose J C Brown, Los Angeles I' F Shurt. Brownsville A Bates, Phoenix J T Newman, Holllster E E Reynolds, Kenton C(i House, Kansas City G1) Cupeian, Coiton T II Rhodes, Vallejo M C Rogers, Nevada City J YV Jordon, San Jose li Spear, Klngsburg YV C Peckard, Chicago M J Allen, Auburn INTERNATIONAL HOTEL. C Smith, Colllnsvilia iE W McCutchen. Cil (i YV Brown. Collinsvllie J Anderson, Bakcrsfleld VV H Steele, Dudley U It Walker, California Mrs J 11 Lawrence, Sacto J li Hull. Pomona T 11 Brannan, Uklab M Gray A w. Oakland R Parkhurst, Colorado F Morris, California YV Harlan & vv, Missouri 11 Friend, California W Granger, Missouri A H Parry, Lincoln It Law, British Columbia G M Wright, Alameda A II Rosy, Lincoln W II Ilutlnian, Santaßosa A Peterson, Lincoln J D Graves, Los Angeles J 11 Hulinoi-1, Gila Bend W Shaw, los Angeles J D Rouse, Fairfield Mrs li II Houlaud, L Aug C Andrews. Piacerville J Di.n|.liy, Modesto J Warren, Ban Jose C a p.. iter, Texas Miss R Maynard. San Jose li II Baiiess, New Mcx 31 M Kleiuberg, San Jose o Hun •». New York W w Steuart, Ogdon Miss Thompson, Stocktn \\ Rivers, Hollister Miss X 1 hu,tpsou. stktn Mrs Edgar. Yolo |P Follne. Portland PALACE HOTEL. W T Babbitt * wr. U S A.J X Enrlght. San Jose JYV Fergeus, Topeka lous Hochstader, Chicago Dr A M Luryea, ll. iy wards Gus Sllverberg. N York A C Eaton, San Diego J I. Mudge, st Paul M D Goodbodey, s Diego C Mclv.-r Aw, Mis S Jose H YV Wright, San Jose EW Robinson, Sta Crux Gertrude Clougb, Cal Miss Hihn, Santa Cruz Mrs S A Ciutigb, Cal F A Hum, Santa Cruz YV E Murray. Cal Miss Hlhn, Santa Crux IV B 1 less, Sonoma W G Lee, Virginia John Fuller, London |0 Jones, Troy YVJTrapenhagen. Chicago J II Lewis. Seattle Geo li Bond, Huston S V* Lambeth, Phlla Peter r-chealer, Denver R D Young, New York Mrs Schearer, Denver L Crabbe, Pittsburg Jus Scheafer, Denver R Pitcairne, Pittsourg Miss Garrer. Cal B C Killnbury. Pittstieid Miss Luce. Cal F Mackey, Chicago Miss Bales, Cal T H Hubert, Chicago ' .1 C trust, san Antonio S A Dudswurlh. Chicago Mr* J li Young. Dixon V, YV Buck. Illinois E McClure, Dixon w.Vancouver J F Lacoste, Sau Jose It Burun, Sydney A Muover, Teun J Stare, wf A. eh, Peoria AMERICAN EXCHANGE. I" M Peterson, Stockton C J Cox. New York GII Green, Seattle T o lienners, St Louis F J Ward, New Almaden TPLangdou, Colorado J YV Mitchell A wr, Cal o w Franklin, Loudon E E Grayson. Holllster II J Nye, Rotterdam C G Grayson. Hollister Mrs S liennlgan.lowa X G Martin. Sonoma A Spencer, lowa G E King, Sonoma G II Mason, salt LakeCtty J M Walters, Colusa Mi** MWinnason.Chicago T II Walte, Omaha M Colin, Cal ■ II M Rn.irilii an, Omaha TT Mr lon, Vallejo A Miller. Mt Eden Mi**, C Peterson, Virginia A Clirtstenseii A- wf.Kans Mrs E Fallon, Los Angeles Mrs Mnure, Yacavlile |X S na\s, Sacramento J Bartman.F'ishcrmans B L II Bryant, Sacramento Miss YVright, Y'acaville IS J Barrac.s.Sacraineuto Miss Burcess, Elmira C L Boyle. Montana C Smith, Sacramento G V Conway, Portland E B Reed, Olcma W M McKay. Seattle i. Smith. . ... ma Mrs Invert A -J cb. .al G Bcane, Fowler T Alcarda, Holland J W Smith, Austin A 11 YVhlsler, Merced J J Byrnes, Mexico C L Ahl, Los Angeles G YV Meadows, Tulare J C iiosey A son.SantaCrz WII Collins, Tulare - J Chail- Lus Angeles YY H Collins, Tulare L Jackson, Cal RUSS HOUSE. T J Young, Modesto T 11 Chraull, Nelson S 11 Scogglns, Colusa M la Point, Biggs J Caldwell, California J Ball A wf.Peunsylvanla R T Owen A wr, rresno E Pearch. Orleans A T Barker, California Miss M Burgert. Ohio H M Covert, California G Alii, ger, Chlco J Hill, Yolo Miss Jordan, May-field J 1 Went!, Smith River Mrs Weishaar, Mayneld B Mlrsky _ w.smlth l'.lvr Rev YV A Brlggs Awf, To- Key R F Hall A wf, Jack- ronto sonv.lle M L Eastman, Tnscarora Mrs D B Dewey, N V Mrs C L Hughes. Kansas II Fox, California G H Donaldson, Coulter- Rev 11 Irwin, Lakawanna ville Dr E Dledrlch, Portland M s Adams, Fresno D Y'armgluve, Santa Cruz A X Boutwell A wf.Sacto It X Dickson, San hafael Mrs c Lougsord, Eureka T YV Dickson, San Rafael A it Thompson _ wf, San J Lawler, Petaluma Jose J Adams, Modesto C S Laiwhton ft str, Reno S C Adams, Modesto R Forkyce, Uklah J I) Crawford, Dallas J I. Delano, Rocklln YV S Brady. Berkeley J P Davenport-; wr.Sacto T J Maxwell Jr. winters v Gerlach A wf, Stockton fc V Spencer, Susauville L Morton ft wr, Biggs GRAND HOTEL. J YV Wilson, Prtscott Mrs 8 T Brown, Colorado J P Raymond, Salinas Miss L Bryan, Colorado J L Cbadwlck, Los Aug w YV F'orbe. Colorado G Jones, California II Schnell, New York i. M Jasen, California iO Potts, Napa J Enrlght, San Jose Dr C II Gordon _ w, Lodl WII Wallace. Salt Lake YV II Ilolablrd, Los Ang J Wormser, California - C F Bean' _■ w, Los Ang YV A Woodwortb.Chlcago X Klrklaud, Phceulz ('. *,v Scott, Madison E S Dessen, Chicago DLHayden, Novato C J Johnson, Chicago A Daiiiin, Sacramento Mrs A V. Backesto, S Jose J Aylward, Llvermore |G YV Hazard Aw, 8 Diego L F Keichling, Oakland G L Brown, West Point YV Mcpherson, Sausalito W F Keeney, Sacto B B Vaiidin. California MrsYVFllerbert.Krooklyn J E Wooley, England Miss Herbert. Brooklyn U Llltleflcid.w A- c, sacto F D Herbert, Brooklyn J II Swirt, Sacramento J II Reed, Calaveras A F Welch. Grldley J Christian, San Jose * J Emery, Monterey W A Pears, ZanesvHle W F Clay born, Eureka J B Cogblan, Us N Miss L (layhorn. Eureka W J Hutchklss, Healdsbg J C Giinter A. w, Colo JW.McGlynionil.Rlversde F YYlntzer, Fort Bragg J D Stephens, Woodland J L Gil. is, Sacramento W F George, Sacramento MrsKAArmstrong.Womll G A 111-low, « midland M_isßArm-truiiK,vvoiidld V s McClatchey, Sacto MrsFS Brown, YVoodland CX MclTatrber At, Sacto GGLockeAw.Bartlett Spg A li Martin, Chicago D Dlersou, Sacramento A M Arnold, Sacto I A Musician Injured. I While driving along Folsom street,- near Fourteenth, yesterday morning, Robert Miller, a cornet-player, was thrown from a buggy and sustained a fracture of the right arm. He was treated at the Receiving Hos pital and then taken to his home at 335 Eleventh street. s> IDnvls and HI. Cone. 1 . . i > . _ ». „ « . . - « I A barber named John Davis was arrested yesterday on a charge of assault with a deadly weapon, having, as alleged, at tempted to strike C. 11. Rogers with a cane. Davis claims that Rogers slandered linn. I Vandals at Work. ' 1 ■Glnel Crowley was informed yesterday that some wanton individual had scratched a number of large plate-glass windows on Geary, Kearny ; and Third streets : with a' diamond or some hard instrument. Several days ago the windows on Market street, between Kearny and Grant avenue, were defaced in a similar way. Officers John stone and Lake have been on the lookout for the vandal, but so far be has eluded capture. i RAILWAY MAIL SERVICE. — — — — — Statistic, of the Work Performed Dor ine the Fiscal Tear. . The following statistics were gathered from the annual statement of tho work per formed by the Railway Rail Service for the . fiscal year ending June 30, 1890, as compiled by Superintendent Wilder. The report comprises the States of California, Oregon* Washington and Nevada, and the Territo tories of Arizona and Utah: Railway Postal lines 40 Railway Postal clerks , 201 Fostothces In States and Territories 3,180 The following is the report regarding the examination of postal clerks during the year: Number of case examinations... lit Cards bandied In examination 372,200 Cards correct 0,708 Cards Incorrect 31.19- Average per cent 91.53 Correct percentage of regular clerks 03.111 Percentage of probationary clerks 90.2. The mail distributed by the postal clerk., the errors made, together will' the amount of mail inis.eiit is as follows: letters distributed 147,466,560 tiers 107,030.100 Errors made ; 35,587 Letter pack'ges intssent and misdirected 283 Paper sacks misdirected 21 The miles of service traveled by the clerks are reported as follows: Dally travel 9,618 Distance traveled annually by c1erk5. .....8, 387,76- Averageannual distance traveled uy ci'k:*. 2,852,072 Daily average of eacb clerk 151 Railway Post— Deo service established dur ing the year 643 - New railroad servico established and ex tended 485 Over '-___ miles of route no railway post office runs, and service is performed by means of close pouches, and the number of pouches exchanged daily on the route is 945. The mail separated by railway postal clerks during the year for distribution in various cities was as follows: Angeles ,.r 283,900 Portland 4,621.200 Sacramento .- , 3,127,275 Sin Praucisco 12,135,600 AN INTEKI.UI 'TED JUUIINEY. A Portland Jinn's Trip to Australia Stopped by the Police. As the steamer Mariposa was to sail for Australia, yesterday, Detective Silvey ar rested Henry Jones, one of the steerage passengers, on a warrant from Portland, Oregon, charging him with criminal assault and also the larceny of $2000 from bis wife. Junes kept a saloon on Second street, la Portland, and disappeared a few days ago with a shoemaker named Peter Faline. The next day Chief Crowley received a dispatch asking him to arrest Jones if he came this way. Jones says his arrest is the outcome of a quarrel with his wife, adding that the criminal assault charge was caused to be trumped up by his wife in order to secure his being arrested. The prisoner denies having taken any of her money, saying that the S2OOO belonged to him and that he wanted to go to Aus tralia to be away from his % wife. He will remain in the City Prison until an officer arrives from Portland to take him bacic there. Faline was with Jones when the latter was arrested and has abandoned hli trip to Australia. . Charged Willi Manslaughter. Edward Hartley, the gripman who was In charge of the Hayes-street cable-car which struck anil fatally injured E. J. Griffith, of Fresno at the junction of Market and Post streets about _ week ago, surrendered himself -at the City Prison yesterday anil was booked on a charge of manslaughter. By order of Chief Crowley he was released on hi*> own recognizance. —^^—^^__^^^^— _■ _ __ _^^—^^^__*___^ uolaS STEAM Kits. Dates of Deo.rtare From .Sin Frnnclggo. iflN \ HO2C :a Kosa..;Sau Diego lJul Haw iHdw'ji unbia.... I'ortlanrl l.lui 27.1Uau Hpaar =ka .San fmlro Jul -29. Bam IMafrl I'uebla.. ! Vic * Ivt SouuU .lul '.".». BAMIBdWrI >ua lluiij'inliic Itiiy.. Jul .tu. H.lw'r 1 nuetto.V Yaiiuinallay .lul 31. Scaor'll ioaa SanDieico |Jul IJI.Hau I iljnr'y'J la i tiilna \ Japan.. Ijul SI, »mIP.H3 S eof C;il. Portlantl |jul 31.10am Spear Mieeies.. Sanl'edro Auu 2, Ham H<lw'y3 u111a.... l!.-.vl';;-«ii,.l Aui; 3. 9am Hdvr'jr I Jose | l*ai<:iin Aug 4,12 m rMSS ion jPortlaud Aug 4,lUAW<Spear IAV Departure or Austral lav steamer depends on tat English malls. . SUN Ail) TIDE TABLE. In Pacific Standard Time. Computed by Trr i__s Texnkjvt, Chronometer and Instrument Maker. IS Market street. * H.W. Small. L.W. H.W. Small. Large. I.W. Large: i.... L. .. [.. ;).59 8. it. 3.44 4.33 5.19 pml 1 ..< SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. For Late Shipping Intelligence tee Second Page. Arrived. Saturday, July 29. Stmr Alcatraz, Johnson.- 25 hours from Hum boldt. Hound to Guayinas; put In to coal. Stmr Lacuna, Yarnherg. 70 hours from Astoria; 4360 cs salmon. 200 M ft lumber, to Clatsop Hill Co. Ship America, Harding. 6 days from Naualmo; 3166 tons coal, to John Rosenfeld's Sons. Bark Ferris S Thompson. Watts, 32 days from ' Honolulu: sugar and rice, to J D Spreckels ft Bros. irk S C Allen, Thompson. 26 days from Hono lulu; pass and sugar, to Welch A Co.. r.kln S IN Castle, Underwood, 30 days from Hono lulu ; pass and uidse, to KLG Steele ft Co. Brig Lurllne. Watson. 29 days from Uilo: 10,111 baps sugar, etc, to J D Spreckels ft Bros. Schr Dashing Wave. Uaffney, 12 days from Sand Point : SO M codfish, 35 bids pickled fish, OH bbls sal mon, 5 do tongues, 162 pkgs furs, to Lynde * Hough. California city direct. Schr Electra, Knudsen. 20 hours from Mendocino; 140 M ft lumber, to Mendocino Lumber Co. Schr E X Wood, Larson, 28 days' from Kahulul; 13,191 baps sugar, to L O Steele .ft Co. Schr ocean spray, Peterson, — honrs from Iyer ions Landing; to N Iverson. Oakland direct. Scbr Chetco. Jacobsen, 42 hours from Rogue River; 4400 cs salmon, 15 sks wool, to It D Hume A Co. - Schr W F Jewett, Sprague, 5 days from Tacomai lumber, to Hanson ft Co. Up river direct. Schr Western Home, Burmelster, — days from Humboldt; lumber, to Chas Nelson. Up river di rect. Schr Anna Matlillde, Pol-bellar, 15 hour, from Fish Hock : 48 cords wood, to R A -.I. bride ft Co. . Schr Alice Kimball, Asplund, 22 hours from Westport; 157 M tt lumber, to H Garthwalie. Schr Benoer Brothers, Zaddart, 20 hours from Beams Landing. 100 eds wood, to Bender Bros. Schr Lily, Noyes, 2 days from Humboldt; 22011 lumber, to J C Haw ley. Cleared. Saturday. July 20. Stmr Santa Rosa, Gage, Portland.; Goodall. Per kins A Co. Stmr Mariposa, Havward, Honolulu ana Sydney; J D Spreckels ft Bros. Stmr Columbia, Holies. Astoria; UFSRCo. Ship India, Mernman, Port Towuseud; John Rot enfeid's Sons. Br bark Calllrrhoe, Rowe, Queenstown; Epplnger A Co. Bktn S G Wilder, Griffith, Honolulu; Williams, Dlmond A Co. bailed. Saturday, July 28. Stmr Areata. Marshall. Coos Bay. Stmr Mariposa, Hay ward. Honolulu and Sydney. Br ship HolllngYvood, Atkinson, Queenstown. Br ship New York, Thomas, Queenstown. Ship Samaria, Snow. New York. Bark Northwest, anion. Port Madison. Bark Colusa, Backus. Port Tow nsend. Schr John G North. Ipseti, Manukona, Schr Jessie Minor. Whitney. Humboldt. Beta Maxim. Peterson, Caspar. Schr Monterey, Klluker, Bowens Landing. Schr Novelty, Lewis, Grays-Harbor. Schr Wins and Wing. Goodmansen. Crescent City. Schr w s Phelps. Peterson, Mendocino. Schr Eureka, Jurgenson, Coo, utile River. Schr Goiama. Nelson, Coos Bay. Teleirraiihie. POINT LOBOS— JuIy 26 10 r. *. — Weather hazy; wind W, velocity 12 miles. Spoken. Per SC Allen-July 17-Lat 17 IT, lon 151 W. bktn Discovery, for Honolulu for San Francisco. Donie.lio Porte* WESTPORT-Salled July 25— Schr Alice Kim ball, for San Francisco. STEWARTS FO I NT-Sailed July 26-Sehr Ar chie and Foutle, for San Francisco. -.--•-. TACOMA— Sailed July 26— Stmr San Pedro, for San Francisco. - PORTTOWNSEN'D-Sailed July 25— Bark Atlan ta, for San Francisco. NOVO— Sailed July 25— Stmr Noyo-. for San Fran- Cisco, with raft In tow. EUREKA— Arrived July 25— Schr Jennie 'Wand, hence July 17 ; stmr Cella, hence July 23. Sailed July 25-Schr Laura Pike and ■tmr Alca traz, for Sau Francisco. IV ERSONS LANDING -Sailed July 22-Scta Ocean Spray, for San Francisco. SAN PEDRO— Arrived July 25— Schr Fannonla, from Umpqua. Sailed July 26-Stmr Pasadena. GItEENWOuD-Satled July 26— Stmr Alcazar, for San Francisco. FORT BRAGG— Arrived July 26-Stmr Rival, he. July 26. Foreign Ports. VICTORIA— July 23- Haw stmr Baa Mateo, hence July 10 for Nanaltno. DEAL— Passed July 25— Ucr ship Adelaide, from Hull for San Francisco. LIVERPOOI Arrived July 35— Nor bark Nebe, from Fort Blakeley for Falmouth. BLIGO— Arrived July 23- Ger bark J C Pfluger, hence Mar 10 via Queenstowu. NEWCASTLE. NSW— Sailed July 23— ship Fascadalc, for San Francisco. SHIELDS— SaiIed July 25— Br ship Bowdou, for San Francisco. '- SYDNEY— Arrived July 25— Stmr Alaineda.hence June 28. ACAPULCO— Sailed July 21-Stmr City of Syd ney, for San Francisco. Importations-. HILO-PerLurllne-10,118 bags i agar, 89 green, hides. HONOLULU— Per S N Castle— l4,73l bags sugar, 106 bbls molasses, 1 pkg hardware. HONOLULU— Per s C A11eu— 19,507 bags sugar, I csscrews. 4 pkgs effects. HONOLULU— Per Ferris S Thompson— bag! rice, BOX! bags sugar, 900 empty beer kegs, -r Cciusiicinse.. . .' Per Lurllne— Williams, Dlmoud A Co; Win Stills J D Spreckels * I ros. • :- . Per 8 N Castle— Williams, Dlmond A Co: Welch ft Co; Wilcox ft Uibbs; J N Knowlea. - - ... • Per S C Allen— Williams. Dlmond A Co; Welch ft Co; E L G Steele ft Co; Mrs 8 Was*. - Per Ferris 8 Thompson— D spreckels A Bros; Sing Fat A Co; John Weilaud Brewery Co.