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CITY REAL ESTATE.
Gflfi^n A GREAT BARGAIN: 25q75-
-ig>XOP\s. Capp,' near 16th; choice lot all ready
to build upon; street paved with basalt blocks and
accepted by city; cheapest well-located lot in the
Mission. For sale by y
... BALDWIN _ HAMMOND,
*■?''•'•>.. ' \ „ 10 Montgomery street.
<J_9Q 000 INVESTMENT.
O-O.UUU. C. .H. REYNOLDS & CO., 333
■ Montgomery st. " ° „ ,
OR SALE-NEW COTTAGE ROOMS AND
bath: part cash; owner on premises Sunday
Plymouth aye., Holly Park, 1 block from Missio'n-
st. electric cars, y, ; *
OR SALE AT A BIG BARGAIN-835 CAS-
T trost.;amodern;house; almost -new; 7 rooms
and bath and lot. ■'. ..«.■„■ ;. .*., . ■_ :- *
HALF-FRONTAGE OF A BLOCK IN RlCH-
mond, cor. 21st aye. and California st. * rail-
road depot right at the property; will sell cheap, or
will subdivide. Apply to owner, D; REDMOND
145 Harrison st.; no agents. 7 '
DARE CHANCE. r ~. " "
$7000- house (nearly new) 9 rooms.
bath, laundry and all conveniences; Oak st near
Ashbory, facing Golden Gate Park; lot 25x137 6-
-7 f 1 ™ 8 $1500 ' casK balance month!- payments'
little more than rent; cost over $9000.
„ o ;■:-.- EASTON, ELDRIDGE ._ CO
.-. ■'-'■-'"• ■' " 638 Market st.
f(OR.24TH AND POPLAR STS., JUST WEST
• \J of "V -.northwest corner. 30x84. and com-
. • fortable cottage, 5 rooms, bath, hot and cold water-
street sewered and macadamized: $4000 THOS*
7 .■ MAGEE & SONS, 4 Montgomery st. *r"?
1 14H07 "6 7® - (OR. JERSEY AND DIA-
-1 it. mond sts. : apply within. .
' TOO HOUSE ', 5 ROOMS: BARN, ETC.,
=• ' I 'yV/ ln Berkeley; lot 100x100, with creek.
$5250— House, 1 rooms; fine corner; 120x135,
= with orchard. =. '
.: .: $1000- Fine corner; 40x100; macadamized ; $100
; . down. $100 yearly. ,
(Has a. BAILEY', 46 Market St., or Berkeley
. .-■ station. Berkeley. -. • • ; - '
BARGAIN; $1450; 2-STORY 7-ROOM COT-
. tage m Holly Park: corner lot; 50x50; can be
• _ bought for small payment down : balance same as
: rent. CADENASSO & CO., 512 Montgomery st.
FOR SALE-TENEMENT HoUsE 18 ROOMS
yo- and lot; rents $38 per month ; mortgage $1800
-...at 7 percent; owner compelled to sell, must sell-
_ real valHe over $8000; lot. 25x80; good location!
":■ •* make an offer. Address P. R., 34 Kissling st,
. TYO YOU WANT A SUMMER HOME? ~ : ~~~~
':. "„'• See those : beautiful lots at Alto, Marin County t
.. „only-40 minutes from city: price $1,*"0; easy terms.
-•'. JQOST „ WOOLLEY 4 New Montgomery st. " ~^
••• .y.' v OAKLAND -REAL. ESTATE.'" "•'•'■"
- : Q7^o CASH WILL BUY A: NICE 6-ROOiI
•: --..W « cottage, worth $2000. leaving' a mort-
*-. .::gage of $1000. -Address \YM. P. TODD. 1008
.-.;.. Broadway, oak land. •• .. ....
PIEDMONT HEIGHTS- ACRES,. ACRES 7
pr;« cut in '.wo; easy terms;. only 18 lots left:
- buy now; send for maps. WM. J. DINGEE, 460
.Eighth st.. Oakland. '•". ". '„."'
V QQOO FOX A HOME OF ONE ACRE IN
;? W**^. Oakland suburbs; $60 cash; Piedmont
'""' Oakland suburbs; $60 c««h; Piedmont
-" -Heights. WM. J. DINOEE, 460 Eighth St.. Oak-
• - eland.c land. c \ •*-..-
-:, i - - --- . - ■-- '
'■--• <~\ ">ol \ A FIR ,; MODERN RESIDENCE: 8
•_ I'iM/n. rooms and bath; rooms large and
- commodious: south frontage; 15 minutes' walk to
station: lot 65x185; street work, cement walks,
■ water, gas, etc. : the best neighborhood in Oakland ;
owner a non-rt-si.iHnt and must sell; mortgage,
?. •.. $3000, can remain: positively a genuine bargain.
: J.S.MYERS. 1002 Broadway, Oakland. * wsm "-
Q>QAAA RON FAIL CALL AND LOOK
*„ » >\>yj\s. at the brand-new and modern 7 and 8
room houses Alden „ Garfield are building and
selling at $2500, $3000 and $3500; good lots ; street
"work done: very. central location; easy terms, and
. cannot be duplicated in this city forless than $4000
and $5000. Call at our office, 902 Broadway. Oak-
. land. A LDEN <fc GARFIELD.
LI BY 1.80, IN THE MOST BEAUTIFUL
part of Piedmont ; 15 minutes by cable to cen-
_, ter of Oakland ; 100 feet from car line; will be sold
■ * for one-half Its value. Come at once, as yon will
.'- miss a bargain. CHAN NELL '<C LANE, 908
Broadway, Oakland. *^_ll__B¥g-~_&lff!a
- 'I-' < ! <ftft C. P. KERN _ CO., CENTRAL
_ iSPP\J\J. Bank building, Oakland, have just
:= - completed a line modern 8-room house; corner lot;
-. . 10 minutes to Fourteenth-st. local; will sell; easy
"/ Payia^nts- ..-. ■ -„ * y
MODERN SIX-ROOM COTTAGE AND BARN;
.*.' lot 25x100 feet, on East 10th st.
;;y,: - MAKE ME AN OFFER. f|||f|lp
$3500— Large corner lot 100x120 feet; cottage 6
rooms; high ground;- fine view of San Francisco
"] Bay; W. W. BLOW, 1010 Broadway, Oakland. .'
A NY ONE DESIRING TO EXCHANGE CALL
'.' XX. -iia property for Eastern property see or
P address E. E. BUNCE. 1008 Rrdway, Oakland, Cal.
4_ 9ft ft A NEW MODERN HOUSE; 6 ROOMS;
U\s\J x corner lot: 26x100: 1 blot from st a-
tio'p; 1 block from electric . road ; $600 cash; bal-
ance easy. Inquire SNETSINGER A. CARROLL,
h Fraltvale Station. . y i * . —
' ' <_; I ttOfl ABARGA.JN— BUSINESS PRO R.
«*!___MJUU -Srfty i.tt<^^v_tj--_*s.f.2&'twt
frontage. Apply to J. W. MOSS, 968 Rroadwav,
• Oakland. ■' -» • ,-i ; ■• ,- , *.
OR SALE— WANTED FOR A LARGE
residence and grounds on the heights. East Oak-
land, near Borax Smith's palatial residence, to close
an estate. BENEDICT A CO., 457 Ninth st.,
Oakland. - - ' ■ •- ■ '.'. • » - -„ - - . --
LOOK! $160— LOTS IN FRUITY ALE ONLY
$1 cash and $1 a week buy a home and save
your small earnings; the new railroad will double
values in Oakland. H. B. . piNNiiY%. 902 : Bn)ad-
!way. Oakland, y r :-- y ■ '
CI 9AA HOUSE, 5 ROOMS. IN BERKELEY;
V-L^v/U. lot 40x100; one-third cash. .
$400— 40x100: $50 down, $10 monthly; near
proposed railroad. ' ■• ■'•' ' '
CHAS. A. BAILEY', Berkeley station. Berkeley.
pHEAPEST AND BEST IN AMERICA—
V WEEKLY CALL, sent to any address in the
- : United ;states or Canada One year for $1 50, tiost-
age free. * ' ' ■ ■ ■ ■' ■ . '
OAKLAND FURNITURE FOR SALE.
Ft; r"nitureXn^ca^et^ : sa^^ur own
J price. H. SCHELLHAAS. 408 Eleventh st.
AL-ASUEDA T REAL ESTATE.
''. . pIIOICE LOT ON FINISHED STREET, 1
' „ V block from station and electric cars; 45x133;
$1160: see it. .
Sn Santa Clara aye., 2 blocks from Park st.
40x140; $1450.
-tores and cottages to let. .. , „y-"-y;^
J. H. YOUNG,
_ 1243 Park St., Alameda.
"L* IR SALE- " ; ( - '£■ -i '-
' om cottage, new. $1500.
Hi- room 2-story house, $6000. . -.~-*.
1. cottage, large grounds, $100 down, $40
mh. *.
B room cottage, new, $3750. '
m cottage, furnished, to rent. $35. *. .
m cottage, furnished, to rent, $35.
ti room. 2-story house, furnished, to rent, $40.
rupD, 1424 Parte st.
\ MEDA BARG ANS, CASH AND IN-
- » -lments— Houses 10 let in all parts of Ala-
VL. P. MOREAL A CO., 143- Park st.
£'-!||l| ALAMEDA BUILDING _OTS« $25
<*P«JUU. cash; $10 monthly; '4 . block* '"to rail-
road atlon; If you want bargains see us quick.
MA< Donald, MoTT* CO., 14__ Park St., Ala-
meda. ■ ,-y -. ; ,/-, „
\ SEDA — BARGAINS; BEAU TIP
-T.BOBIM for sale and to rent, furnished or unfur-
nished ; free teams at office, 1355 Park Sundays
and all times to examine property. • WILL' BURN-
HAM A CO., 1355 Park St.; branch office, BURN-
HAM A MARSH CO., 428 Montgomery st.
YOn SALE— LOT 150x207, WITH IMPROVE-
X ments, consisting 01 house, -barn and large con-
. s<-r\atory; adjoins lot on which- new City Hall is
-now being constructed has -great prospective
i '"■'"'■ CHAS. S. NEAL Eneinal Bank, Park st.
BERKELEY REAL ESTATE.
: Berkele y _i_JtGAIN£ y;y i ~~" \ "
I $6250— ; 3 stores near .- station : street
work complete: fine business ddrner. - .
$2000—76x170; North Berkeley; parties leaving
State: ideal home; elegant furniture, organ, etc.;
flowers; choice plants; everything goes; come
quick.
$250—40x116, at Lorln :; sunny side of street-
nice and high; 100 feet from railroad. . ■ ■_ .
, *450— 40x130; business lot 011 Alcatra_ aye.
$250— Forty feet frontage at Ashby station; near
electric road : also near local train.
$500—44x120; Ashby station; prospective busr-
ness property: right at the station. ° *
'- $350— 62 x 1 02 : near College aye.; one-third the
price of adjoining property. -, c *
$1600— D wight way; near University: 62x„
123; street work done; 3 frontages. » .-.'..
$700—45x120; only 4 blocks from University;
street work done; beautiful view; half price.
• $1250—250x132; near California and • Nevada
Railroad: near Dwlght way; taken for debt.
$600-- 32; North Berkeley; sacrifice.
$100— 25x100; near San Pablo aye.; - West
. Berkeley. „ - "> ~°
$500— NW comer on Addison st. : street work
done: double that money asked for any other piece
on the street. lllliyJ ll^ _p.i_* " *' » ' » LM"I_
° y M. L. WURTS,
Opposite Dwight-way station, Berkeley, Cal. °
BERKELEY PROPERTY ATA SACRIFICE;
beautiful homes cjieap. W. E. SQUIRES, Ber-
ry man station, Oakland. .
_JkQ^)_7_ HOUSI^OF 10 ROOMS AND BATH:
*4P«j»»'fl/. cement'basementand walks; all street
' S^S* done; near station and university. • Apply to
jOS. J. mason, Dwight-way station.' ;:.:. ;-: -,';■•*.
' * '<S( I v MONTHLY— ft-ROOM COTTAGE,
w^U with mantel, bath, laundry, pantry; fenced;
sewered; lot 40x100; $1800. F. BOEGLE, 630
Market st.; W.C.MORA N. Lorln.
7 ° LEGAL NOTICES.
pITY ANDCOUN TV TREASERY . SAN FRAN-
\J Cisco, March 1, 1895.— 1n compliance with the
provisions of Section 5 of Order 1698 of the Board
of Supervisors, approved September 16, 1880, there !
will be sold at public auction hi E. 8. i SPEAR ii
CO, at i heir salesrooms, 31-33 Sutter; street, On
MONDAY', April 1, 1895, at 1 c.loctt r. _„»undr>
articles of stolen, lost and , unclaimed v property
recovered by the police force of San Francisco as
- detailed in an Inventory thereof on file in the office
' ' the clerk of the Board, of Supervisors, and -con-
sisting of jewelry, wearing apparel, pistols, knives, 7
etc. Open forTnspectlon on morning of sale.
.. - .. j -. '-j.il WIDBER, y: J
':';- City and County Treasurer. : \\
COUNTRY REAL ESTATE.
1 00 ACRES FINE .VALLEY' LAND: -HUN-
> n„_; •' XlK l " X water : a Portion will grow alfalfa ; good
JSKS^ , ' ct i?- ; '. amll - v orchard; 2 miles from
,ere tvi',."^ m , iU ' 3 , fl " om ,his clt y: Price f9O per
offer. in , dn ;^ c: th '° to » flrst-class property and
oners splendid chance for investment.- ALBERT
f.. tKAM., 410 Montgomery st.
12 ARG Am— 46 ACRES SUPERIOR LAND; 25
-»-» acres full-bearing orchard; bouse, barn, etc.;
y. .?' at * beRU M"I location; 4 miles from rai1-
,?,;,.;? County; 3 trains daily ; price, * 4000.
ALBERT E. CRANE, 410 Montgomery st. .
30 ACRES, ALAMEDA COUNTY, CLOSE TO
!o__ own ft nd school; nice little farm; bargain:
eu.v,"^ syu ' r, " 3; investigate this. ALBERT E.
CRAAE, 410 Montgomery st. -
Q ACRES, CLOSE TO DEPOT, ALAMEDA
is County; house, barn, fine water; 4 acres In
£. r , a UM nice little home; $1426; easy terms. Air
BERT E. CRANE, 410 Montgomery- st. .
i?ft^oon CHOICE PIECE, OF TOWN PROP-
*®PVI\J\J. erty, with 3 houses; always rented;
Paving good interest; fruits, flowers, fine climate;
35 miles from this city; 3 trains daily; send for
particulars. ALBERT E. CRANE, 410 Mont-
gomery st.
FOR SALE -80 ACRES LAND : PARTLY
fenced; good well of water; half mile from
school. . See GUS STRAND, 719 Market St. -
AND; AN EXTRAORDINARY BARGAIN
of 160 acres of unimproved land in Kern Coun-
ty; opportunity of a lifetime for a person with a
few dollars: $320: remain at 7 percent. Full par-
ticulars. MURDOCH, West Houf,e, Agnews, Cal.
IK YOU WANT A RANCH FOR GRAZING
x purposes or an orchard already improved, where
only a small cash outlay is required, balance pay-
able in 8 or 7 years, apply at 326 Montgomery st„
San Francisco. .
MARIN COUNTY— SOOO ACRES 26 MILES
from San Francisco. ■ •'..-
-....;.. RANCHO,DE NOVATO.
Tracts of any size desired ; fruit, grain and vege-
table land- • no irrigation; both rail and water
transportation; $40 to $75 per acre; easy terms,
town of Novato; graded school, hotels and stores
on the property; send for circular. ■ ■ '
Dairy for sale with or without cows *
SYNDICATE INVESTMENT COMPANY, 64
and 65, Chronicle building.
BARGAIN IN ALAMEDA COUNTY ; 320
acres of foothill land; plenty of wood and
water; only $6 per acre. Inquire JAMES CA-
HILL, 408 Twelfth st., Oakland.
."lir ANTED- 60 HEAD OFl SMALL MULES,
11 broke; also 2 carloads of high grade cows, in
exchange for clear Oakland real estate; will pay
part cash. Address P. O. box 86, Oakland.
H 11 AND 20 ACRE PIECES— A I FOR CHICK-
I 5 en ranches; on 8 and 10 vears' credit; $25,
$30, $70 and $100 per acre; within 1 mile of town.
D. H.TWING, Sonoma City, Cal. ■; ■/. .
J, T. PETERS. mills BUILDING, OFFERS
• in Sonoma County three of the finest tracts of
fruit land In the State In subdivisions; on line of
railroad: terms easy; send for maps. - - '"•:'•
HEAPEST AND BEST IN AMERICA— THE
V WEEKLY- CALL, sent to any address in the
United States or Canada one year for $1 50, post-
age free. ••■.'.-• •'•."■-
-■ ' '— ■
-' '•■ "-j'.-.'-i'.-': MEDICAL. "" ■ "^
! -A SURE &AKD -i SAFE CURE FOR ALL
XX. female diseases: ladies may have the
benefit of the skill and attention of a. physician of
long and successful practice. . A home in confine
ment, with best. care, with the privacy of a home
and conveniences of a hospital. Those who are sick
or discouraged should call, on the doctor and state 1
their case; they .will find in her a true friend. All
consultation free. A positive cure for the liquor,
morphine and tobacco -habit. •'• Every case guar-
anteed without injury .to health. " MRS. DR.
GW YER, 311Va Hyde st., bet. Ellis and Eddy sts.
A NIAV "ESS-NO MEDK TNE, INSTRC-
ments or worthless pills used; every woman
her own physician for all female troubles;- no mat-
ter from what cause; restores always In one day:
if you want to be treated safe and sure-call on men's
physician : knowledge can be sent and used at home;
all cases guaran teed. DR. POPPER. 318 Kearny st.
flt^rtO PAID FOR FAILURE TO CURE ANY-
(tJPtJUI/ case of irregularities:, no matter what
cause; method painless; low fees; elegant home in .
confinement. Call or write. Inclose stamp. Dis-
eases 01 the eve - treated- successfully. MRS. DR.
SCOTT, 110' Turk St.- . ■ y y .
AHi LADIES CONSULT FREE MRS."- DR..
DA VIES, 14 McAllister St., near.- Market:
leads all competitors; only qualified, trusty spe-
cialist for safe, quick relief ' of irregularities, no
matter w oat cause: treatment scientific, harmless
and painless; never -home In confinement. -
DR. HALL, 14 MCALLISTER, SECOND FLOOR,
next Hibernia Bank; diseases of women. .-."'.- •"•"
AUDET'S. APHRO TABLETS— THE GREAT
modern remedy for the cure of neurasthenia,
impotency and all disorders of the sexual organs:
$1 a box, 6 boxes $5: send. for circular. J. H.
WIDBER. cor. Market and Third, sole agent. ,: , :
TF.IRREGULAR OR ANY FEMALE DISEASE '
see Mrs. Dr. Puetz- and be. content. it— .
DBS. GOODWIN, SPECIALTY DISEASES Ok
, . women; ladies near or far assured quick relief '
of disease; irregularities restored dally; safe cure
i guaranted; no instruments; home, for patients;'
best medical attendance-; low- fees; free; Drs. Scud-
jier's puis and capsules warranted. Market st. '
MwR. WEGNER, 419 EDDY' ST.-IRREO-"
ularltles cured, in one day; no -instruments;
pills and safety capsules guaranteed; travelers at-
tended; no delay; private home for ladles, '.■;
"YSTPEXU's i- BENCH PILLS. . • .v..- ••..'•;' -• •
-i A boon to ladies troubled- with irregularities:
do danger; safe and sure; •$2 50, express C. O. D.;
■ don't delay until too late. OSGOOD BROS., Oak' ■
land, Cal., agents for Alpeau et. Cie, " : . •;.-.' :::'."'.
DR. AND MRS. DR. SCHMIDT, FORMERLY
of 121 li Mission, now. 1508 Market st. : month- -
. y irregularities cured ■ in a few. hours ;. guaranteed ; ' : '
no instruments -used: sure preventive..- '■. ---.: .-. -■ . :
■■■-. """ EDUCATIONAL. .7 , ;
NGI_SH^BB^X^fES?TAUGIIT^
DILLON, 14 McAllister St.. room 4g.:.;''*.;.-.. ,-■-•••
'."\rERTICAL AND POINTED HANDWRITING'
_ V taught. C. EISENSCHIMEL, 235 Kearny.. •;.. =
YEW MORE PUPILS FOR GUITARrEVEN--
X im;s only : special attention. -122 Taylor, rm."2B
MISS M PERI N-I'l ANO LESSONS ; DANCE
m-rndsic furnished; terms to-sui*. 1643 Mission;
HEALD'S BUSINESS- COLLEGE. -.24 -POST : ;
Book business practice, shorthand, typing,
electrical engineering, telegraphy,:; modern.; lan-
guages rapidly taught:..: Write for catalogue.'; J
PRIVATE ACA DEMY DANCING". MISSES
II EDDY. Hyde; terms reasonable: -. y •';.-.
ILLIAN BEDDARD,.yTHE ENGLISH ao- ':
tress, coaches ladles and- gentlemen -for the 5
dramatic profession: appearances arranged..- Shake- .
spearean Academy, 406 Van, Ness aye. ' '■:•
TIEHL'S BUSINESS COLLEGE, HISTORY
bdg, 723 Market; investigate; special offer. „
SCHOOL ELECTRICAL, CIVIL, MINING, ME. .
chanical engineering, surveying, architecture,
assay: estab. '64. VAN PER NAILLEN.723 Mkt.
MONEY TO tO AN. - .':
MONEY TO LOAN ON SAN FRANCISCO REAL
estate. W. J. GUNN. 410 Montgomery st.
IST AND 2D ~ MORTGAGES, ESTATES,
J. pianos.alimony ;any sum. MURPHY, 62B Market.
T ST, 2D OH CHATTEL MORTGAGE, PIANOS, J
X estates, insurance, etc. SPECE'S, 30 Montgy.
MONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGE OR COL-
laterals. JAS. E. DAMON, 303 Montgomery.
MEND LOAN - OFFICE, CROCKER
building, room 57; telephone Main 6122.
OX MONEY ON REAL-ESTATE SECURITY;
D . SHADBOURNE JR. A CO., 313 Montgy st.
ANY SUM. OF MONEY ADVANCED ON
your furniture, pianos or real estate; low rates;
call and state your proposition or write: open
evenings. J. NOONAN. 1021 Mission st. I . • .
ON ANY SECURITY, AT LOW HATES -.DEAL 7 -
Ing confidential. 43 Crocker building.
MONEY LOANED ON JEWELRYANDOTHER
valuables at the Security Loan Bank, 1106
Market St.. nr. Mason; private entrance 7 Turk. ;
: ° PROPOSALS. ? '..' ":
VTOTTCE IS HEREBY '"GIVEN THAT THE
i-> Board of Directors of the Escondido Irrigation
; District v. ill receive sealed- proposals for the par-
chase of $80,000 of the bonds of said district, and bids
will he received therefor at the office of the said
board in Escondido, Cal., until 10 o'clock a. it. on
the 15th day of April, 1895. '--.' • = ■
=. o- ■- -■ .A; J. WERDEN,
_ Secretary of the Escondido Irrigation District."
Dated March 16, 1895. ,- - >
■_____■ _, _—__——_____________________—■ — mmmmm ■
, DELINQUENT SALE NOTICES... ;
D~ ELINQUEyf 8 A LE^OnCE^GOLDEN
Eagle Mining Company— Location of principal
place of business, Han Francisco, California; loca-
tion of work*. Devils Gate Mining District, Lyon
County, Nevada. ' . »:..
Notice— There are delinquent 'upon ; the following
described stock, ~r. account of assessment (No. 1),
levied on the Bth day of January, 1895, the
several amounts set opposite tbe names of the re-
spective shareholders, as follows: .-"--■■"-.
- -„•-• -'-' v; "• .. __•-;. - No. . .
. Names. ... So. Cert. Shares. Amount. .
Morris H0efUcb... ....-.;. ...'6 10,000 $1,500 00
H. M. Levy, Trustee ,7 20.000 3,000 00
.H.M. Levy, Trustee.; 8-- 1,000-. 16000
H. Levy, Tru5tee......... 9 1,000 150 00 1
H.M. Levy, Trustee.... ....10 1,000 150 00 1 '
H. M. Levy ,' Trustee. .;..... 11 1,000 ' 150 00
H.M. Levy, Trustee....'.. • 600 75 00
E. B. Holmes, Trustee 18 20,000 " 3,000 00'
E. B. Holmes, Trustee 19 7,900 1,185 00 i
E. 8. -Holmes, Tru5tee. ......20. -995 149 25. '
- _ And In accordance with law, and an order from j
the Board of Directors, made on the eighth day of |
January. 1895, so many shares of each parcel of
such stock as may be necessary, will be sold at pnb- j
lie auction at the office of the company, room 50, ;
Nevada Block,- No. 809 Montgomery street, San
Francisco, California, on MONDAY',. the fourth !
day of March, 1895. at the hour of 2 o'clock p. m. '
of said day, to pay said delinquent; assesiment |
thereon, together with costs of advertising and ex-
penses of sale. *-: ,o
«« '--'•.„ -*■ B - HOLMES. Secretary. ■-' '
- Office— 60, Nevada Block. No. 809 Moat-
gomery street, San Francisco, California.
•POSTPONEMENT..;. - ! 7
Notice Is hereby given that by order of the Board ,
Of Directors the date of the sale of delinquent stock
for assessment No. lis hereby postponed to MON- '
DAY, the •_*,>-! day of March, A. D. 1895, at the '
same time and place. -. *->■■ •■-•■.-' ! ;
E. B. HOLMES, Secretary. 7 : < ;
:, -GOLDEN : ; A. LE "MINING COMPVNY.' ! ,
„v FURTHER POSTPONEMENT.
1 Notice Is hereby given that by order of the Board
of .Directors the day of the sale of d-llnquenl stock 1 _
for assessment No. 1 Is hereby I further postponed
to WEDNESDAY, the 24th. day of April,. A. D. \
1895, at the same time and place. -
. *. « K.B. HOLMES, Secretary. ;
THE SAN FRANCISCO . CALL, MONDAY, APRIL 1, 1895.
„i ' PERSON AL,S.7 •:'..: .
nXC— HAIR-DRESSING,' 25c; ! ANY, STYLE.
MO B. SPITZ, 111 Stockton st. ■■-:-.- - .
PRIVATE LESSONS IN STAGE AND BALL-
• room dances. PROF. LOVE, 121 a Powell st,
GENUINE STEAM AND ELECTRIC BATHS.
MISS STANLY*, 110 V Stockton St., room. 14.*
T\riLL MISS KATIE MORAN, WHO WORKED
1 1 at NW. cor.of Gough and Jackson sts. In 1891,
please send her address to A., box 10, this office. -:
CANCER— PAINLESS TREATMENT; ELEC-
triclty. MRS. LEE, 327 Ellis st. . ,• ' > ■
CLOAKS, CAPES AND SUITS RETAILED AT
mfrs^cost. . Factory, 20 Sansome St.. upstairs.
WANTED— INFORMATION CONCERNING
11 CATHERINE ELIZA > CAMPBELL,, or
MANSFIELD COMPTON, attorney at law, resi-
dents of San Francisco in 1856 and subsequently.
Address DONZEL STONEY, 4 Sutter st; . . - *'.
MRS. VILLE-SN YDER HAS REMOVED
her Oratorical, -. Vocal and Dramatic Academy
to 519 Van Ness aye; vocal classes Monday, 8 p. m.,
$1 mo. : dramatic ' classes Wednesday, Bp. m,; Fri-
day, 3 p.m., $3 mo.; children, .Saturday, 12:30 P.M.,
50c mo.; private lessons; stage for practice, y
ADVICE FREE ; DIVORCE LAWS ASPECIAL-
tv ; collections, damages, wills, deeds, etc. G. W.
HOWE, Att'y-at-law, 850 Market., cor. Stockton.
BEY DIRECT FROM THE MANUFACTUR-
and save . big money; : exerlasting enamel
letters, signs and labels are made only by Baker
Manufacturing Company, 491 Halght st.
pHARLEY'-CURE~YOUR DANDRUFF, IT
VJ looks bad and leads to a diseased scalp; one
bottle of Smith's x>andruff Pomade is guaranteed
to cure or money refunded; price $1, at all drug-
stores. SMITH BROS., manufacturers, Fresno, Cal.
CUT IN PRICES OF SWITCHES, WIGS,
bangs, natural curl: La Verite curling fluid ex-
cels; hair dressed -25c. La Verite Hair-dressing
Bazaar. 1170 Market st., over Maze. ; -. - .
OK CENTS: HAIR DRESSING; ANY STYLE.
CiO B. SPITZ, 111 Stockton st. ■,
KINETosi -opes FOR SALE; PHONOGRAPH
outfits bought for cash. . . Bacigalupi, 946 Mkt.
HEADQUARTERS LONG DISTANCE TELE-
phpnes, cheap; send for prices..' Klein Electric
Works, 720 Montgomery st., San Francisco, Cal.
TriSITLNG-CARDS ENGRAVED AT ROBERT-
V SON'S, 126 Post st. •:. ,- =t: :
HIGHEST PRICE PAID LADIES* OR GENTS'
cast-off clothing. Send postal, J. F., 15 Russ st.
PACIFIC STATES DETECTIVE AGENCY, 20
Ellis St., rms. 1 A 2; telephone, main 5506, S. F.
"UIINE SUITS, $15; DRESS PANTS, $4 75.
F Misfit Parlors, 14 Geary st.
"ITTEDDING INVITATIONS ENGRAVED AND
»> printed. ROBERTSONS, 126 Post st. 7 .
OLD -BUILDINGS BOUGHT AND SOLD,
store-fixtures, doors, windows, lumber, pipe,
etc.; cheap. Yard 1166 Mission st.. nr. Eighth.
T\TB COULDN'T DO THE BUSINESS WE'RE
» 1 doing if prices were not right.
Carpets, new and second hand, from.. ...25c up
Oak Bed Sets $17 60 up
Mattings, per yard.;... 7c up
Linoleum, per yard. ; ................600
Kitchen Chairs..... .....;. 26c
! Kitchen Tables ..........;. .;....'... $150
EVERYTHING IN PROPORTION.
Largest stock and store in the city: lowest
prices; easy terms, If desired.
J; NOONAN, 1017-1019-1021-1023 Mission St.,
above Sixth. Open evenings. - •-■"■ *-
QECOND-HAND AS WELL as NEW . BARS,
I O showcases, counters, shelvings, mirrors, desks,
i safes, chairs, scales, etc., and a very large stock of
them, too: be sure and see stock and get prices be-
fore going elsewhere. J. NOONAN, 1017-1019-
-1021-1023 Mission st., above Sixth. _ .
GAS FIXTURES AND PLUMBING. ' 623
Golden Gate aye. H. HUFSCHMIDT.
PIANO LESSONS, 25c HALF-HOUR; GEIT
man lady. 1126 Howard st. - /
OLD GOLD, SILVER. .GENTS' AND LADIES'
clothing bought. COLMAN, 41 Third st.
WINDOW sua DBS MANUFACTURED TO
>> order by WILLIAM McPHUN. 1196 Market.
CHEAPEST AND BEST IN AMERICA—
WEEKLY. CALL, sent to any address in the
United States or Canada one year for $1 60, post-
age free. ■■ ■ • . ■ ■ ■ -■-. ■■■„.-.■■!-
! DRESSMAKERS. ;
FIRST-CLASS DRESSMAKING. AT PRICES
that defy competition. 828 California st. .'
yy ;.. 7-y . -.-. DENTISTS. '.'. .'■•. .;--.-
AT CHALFA^S'S,BMAB&NCOR. MARKET,
■ JCjl- sets of teeth are made to please or no charge ;
.on bridges, crowns and gold I plates prices reduced ;
small gold fillings only $2; painless extraction.-, "y.
vA .NY' ..TOOTH ■•' FILLED OR .- EXTRACTED
XX. painlessly by my secret method without dan-
gerous cocaine- or gas; won 8 first prises; prices rea-
s onable; -work warranted; all- operations expertly
■ done; remember .1 -have removed from 6 to 20
: O'Farrell st. DR. .GEORGE W. LEEK •'• ; ■■*■ y.
DE .1..1. LEEK, 1 fifth— open evenings!
and Sunday until noon. -
DR. C. --.E- BLAKE'S- INDESTRUCTIBLE
■JJ. teeth— LATEST INVENTlON— Especially for
. bridge work; positively guaranteed never to break;
any patient once seeing-, them will admit this is the
..tooth.. most wanted; also DR. -BLAKE'S enameled
platinum crowns; no display, of g01d. 7 '" •
• THE. HIGHEST ART. IN DENTISTRY.. ■
■■•;': Prices moderate. •■ 'Office 406 Sutter, nr. Stockton.
RQ.OME DENTAL ASSOCIATION. 769 MAR?
ket. bet. 3d and. 4th, gas specialists; only reli-
able agent for mess, .-ex tract ion: artificial teeth
frm $.">.; fillings from $1 : extracting 50c, with gas $1
DP.. -RE A, .9. sixth *>l".: ALL DENTAL WORK
at lowest prices ana >varranted; open evenings;
■ d_ 7 ASET FOR- TEETH; WARRANTED AS
<H?. I good as can be made; filling $1. DR. SIMMS,
. dehtlst, 930 Market. st„ next Baldwin Theater. 7 -...
ALL WORK REASONABLE AND WARRANT^
cd. DR. J- W . KEY"-1122.Market.st... ...-,•"
DR. H. G.: YdU.M.. 7RRIDGFS AND TEETH
without plates a specialty. 1841- Polk St.
BR. LUDLUM HILL, 144 J MARKET ST.,
near Eleventh: no charge-. for extracting when
plates are made; old plates made over like new;,
teeth from. sB per set; extracting 50cy gas given. •
• POLTON DENTAL ASSOC! ATION. '806 MA It"
AT/ ketst. ■ DR. CHARLES W. DECKER...; : ■;
mmm^m^mmm —■—_»_-_-_, —— .^— — »— _---»^— -
... ATTORNEYS- AT-L AW. | •'"<■
TAjnSs^l^noSsy'^^^ YTAT_AW*i
,Q Mills building; seventh floor, room 15. "■-•;;.:; v
DVD FREE, DIVORCE LAWS A SPECIAL"-
v ; collections, damages, wills, deeds, etc. G. W.
'-HO WE, At t'y at-law, 850 Market St., cor. Stockton.
WW. DAVIDSON; ATTORNEY-AT-LAW'42O
am- . California st.; rms: 14-15; advice free. "... .: : :
JOHN R. AITKEN, ATTORNEY -AT-LAW, RS.
16 and 17. 402 Montgomery st., cor. California.
••-■' ;:';-7-y ../-'TRUSTEES' SALES. '-y':-."-.- .'. : "-.
TRUSTEES* s.\ 1.1;'- NOTICE "is " HEREBY
given that default, has been made in the pay-
ment of the sums secured by that certain Deed of
Trust made by -THoMas'f. GEO AN to S. C.
BIGELOW and ARTHUR A. SMITH, Trustees,
dated the 2d day of November, 1892, and recorded
in the office of the; Recorder for the County of
Alameda. state' of California, in Liber 475 of deeds
at page 211 thereof: and that upon request of the
" Savings and Loan Society by resolution adopted by
its Board of Directors on the 39th day of March,
1895, the undersigned trustees, on WEDNESDAY',
April 17. 1895', at the hour of twelve o'clock, noon
(12 M.) that day, at the auction house of WILL
E. FisHER & CO.. No. jl4 Post street, in
the City , and:. County of „' • San ; Francisco,
State aforesaid, will sell at public auction, . for
gold coin of the • United Stales, the piece or
parcel of land situate in Oakland Township, County
of Alameda, State of California, described as fol-
lows: .. •-* '.-•' •-.'-'. - , ■ -*
Commencing at a point in the northwesterly line
of Howe street, distant thereon two hundred (200)
feet southwesterly from the southwesterly line of
Mather street; running thence southwesterly
along said line of Howe street one hundred < 100)
feet to a point: . thence northwesterly along a line
parallel with, said line of Mather street one hun-
dred and twenty five (125) feet to a point: thence
southwesterly along a line parallel with said line of
Howe street fifty (60) feet to a point; .thence
northwesterly along a line parallel with said line
of Mather street one hundred and twenty-five (126)
feet to a point in the southeasterly* line 1 of
Montgomery street ; thence northeasterly along the
last-named line one hundred and fifty (160)
feet to a point; and thence southeasterly along a
line parallel with said line of Mather street two
hundred and fifty (250) feet and td the point Of
commencement: the ; same being lots | numbers
three, ten (3, 10) and a portion of number nine (9)
In block five (5) of the Howe Tract, as designated -
and delineated on the- map entitled "Plan of the
Howe Tract," etc., filed on December 19, 1876, In
the office of the . Recorder.for said county of Ala-
meda. With the appurtenances. -•" : **'irv-_.
Or such part of said real property as, In the dis-
cretion of said trustees, shall be. deemed best. .-■'
• Terms and conditions of sale— Cash In gold coin
of the United States; ten per cent on the fall of the-
hammer; balance on delivery of deed, and if not so
l paid then said ten per • cent to be forfeited and the
! sale to.' be void. The Savings and Loan Society
• (being the Owner of the. Indebtedness secured by
; said- deed of trust) or any her person may pur-
chase at said sale. Acts of sale at purchaser's ex-
pense. ... 7-
• • Dated at San Francisco. March ,11806; - '
, • " >S. C.BIGELOW, Trustee. ■ ■
'*"- '-'.'--■ ARTHUR SMITH, Trustee:.
* A Japanese- Paper Uniform. -
-" As we" write we.'are clad in a suit of paper
as .supplied to the Japanese soldier on ser-
vice. It Is : thoroughly: l i ht, easy 7 under
the arms -and over the chest. The trousers,
it ; is - : true., are knickerbockers," and • lead to
the ; impression: that the Japanese soldier,
invariably; wears his left leg - shorter j than
his right; but this, we ' believe, is the V re-
sult of art ; rather j than nature.:; It is said
that this | paper, never tears, is very warm,
and seldom wears out. We should -recom-
mend that the poor to wear :*P."* M.
G. under their coats -this" cold
weather. A. man might makea ! ; hand-
some :- : living ?byy- having* advertisements
printed on himself, after the manner^of
the praying 7 machine. These clothes
would •_ also ;-: make ■ good pajamas, being
elegantly Htted 7 with tapes and > buttons, '
just like ' ■ real. ;.: Lo Ben likes them. ;' We
got into them without tearing them, but
we "are >. not \ quite ' sure whether we ? shall
ever get out • again. 3 Later— We got out of
them, but * they are* very ; difficult "to 7 fold
up.— Fall Mall Gazette.. ; .
' *■ "" 7 « —^. —^ ■ ' —^— ';."•■'
: "If j --you don't take Langley's Directory/
you don't get the names.'.' - Out Monday. y
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HOTEIyAEEIVALS.
PALACE HOTEL. : ,-- " ..'. : • 7
Mrs E Morris A child, HI Krlehn, St Louis ■
J Campbell A wife, Cal J A White, Boston .'-
II J Davis, Omaha r v* "H W G McClellan, Pa : 7
E Leseure and wife, HI Mrs C P Kellogg, Chicago
Mrs P I shorn, Chicago O J McGUroy Aw, Wis -%'
J B Stocking, Wisconsin Miss Mascom, St Louis
Miss L Mascom, St Louis J Jacoby, New York ; ;-
A B Bowers, city : . C X Offleld, Chicago
G W Roope, Boston . CC Irwin and wife, Pa "
J V Beckman, N V -7 Lieut G* B ; Cassatt and
Mrs J S Cone, Red Bluff. Wife, Ft Walla Walla
Miss Cone, Red Bluff * ~F A Cundrlll Yokohama
W T Smith, Elk, Nev y F Lane, city .-> > . •'•'
A Goldsmith. NY : . 7; Mrs O W Guilds, La
Miss Chllds, Louisiana "H E Spellman &w, Ohio
Mrs M T Ballard, Day ton T T l_ne Angels Camp -".'
C W Cowles, Chicago '•■-' P T Evans, Riverside • > '■',
J F Kideer and wife, Cal B M Newcomb. Oat Hill
H Phillips. Cal;: ~ Miss B Liechtenstein, NY
J M Liechtenstein, N V A Rahl and wife, Colo - -
Joseph Stern, Mexico .
*' GRAND HOTEL.
P A Buell, Stockton AS Levinskv, Stockton '
W Hal ison, Cal .-' H M Slater. Oakland
W M McKay, Napa J H Cooper, Vallejo
L G Harries, Vallejo ,7?. '•■' G Van Gorden, San Jose
Tom Fox, Sacramento • Justice Young, Oakland -
A M Peache, Cal v E A Mlzner, Cal .
Mrs D W Small, Wis - Miss Smali, Wis
J Thomann, St Helena E C Peart, Colusa
J C Jones A w, Sacto Walter Bruce, Chicago
0 J Gates/Eureka • *. J Puhman, St Louis -•
C H Fink, Crows Ldg . Miss E Hlrsch.CrowsLdg
Miss J Fink, Crows Ldg i E Z Bowen, Visaiia
J Solomon _ f, Nev , J L Tucker, Sacto
1 H Craven, China Mrs O P Wyland, la ;••■'"-
J J Smith, Chlco ' • JO Trafton, Los Angeles
J Anderson. Fort Worth A Towle A w, Towle ■
Miss F R Hal*ev, Towle Miss Ina Towle, Towle
B B Pettlt, S Cuts Obispo .' S Rackliffe «fcw,S L Obispo
* 7-7 > RUSS HOUSE. V .
JO Jones. Sierra S Leeley, Loom Is :
F Hussey, Santa Cruz -., Mrs W Parr. Seattle
Mrs W B Griffith A son; B O Collins, Los Angeles
Seattle R Ben _ w, Redding *
R M Johnson, Carey . W • Hammell, OrVass Val
J Weber A w. San Jose ; J Harrison, Dunsmulr
F Stanley, Stockton .J L Dunn, Benlcia 7.;
D Allen, 'Wisconsin . •-■' J Staley, Kentwood .-,'
J O Hocking, Socto W Walsh, San Jose *
3 W Eddy, Eureka C Hunt, Fort Bragg :'-y-;'
H Whitney, Fort Bragg -MC Huntress. Ft Bragg
Dr Wliltten, Utica J Dillon. New York .. -.
Mrs Wallinsom, Chicago H Dillon, New York
Miss A Smith, Chicago S Hamilton, Oakland
M Taylor, Palo Alto '- W Earl, Dixon
S La Montague.Los Gatos Julia La Montague, Los
ELa Montague, Los Gatos Gatos r
G W Gibson, Williams, L L Gates, Healdsburg
NEW WESTERN HOTEL.
J R Gunigle, Los Angeles D Crotty, Calcutta
J(i Pollard, St Paul • A E Johnson, Cal •r v;
F (i Fitzgerald, Oakland (' R Drew A w. Me
Annie Johnson, Tacoma Chas Day, Chicago
A A Armstrong, Chicago J J Whipple, Cincinnati
J S Sprague, Cincinnati - , . ; .
BALDWIN HOTEL.
M Levy, NY S Coster, Alexander
X Remenvl. Hungary E W Conable, Mg (on Co
3 T Normile, Chicago C A Jones, Reno
Miss Stein
The Passing of Steam.
It is confidently predicted, and seems
self-evident, that the complete disappear
ance of steam, both as a motive power and
as an agent in the industrial arts, is a ques
tion of only a very short time. It is prob
able, indeed, that a single decade will put
it upon the retired list, so far as machinery
is concerned at least. The problem of the
motor stands directly upon the threshold
of success; a year or a month may suffice
for the one step in advance. A single happy
inspiration upon the part of one of the
many clever minds actively engaged in
searching for the la-<t link, the ultimate
touch, would do it. Among electricians the
question is considered to rest upon the
perfection of the storage battery, already so
nearly perfect. With a good storage bat
tery, "steam, as the active principle in all
engines, must be abandoned, because in
the prime essentials of economy, energy
and safety steam, with its
mechanisms, its' costliness and its uncer
tainty, could not compare with electricity.
This is amply proved even in the present
state of electrical applied science. Enough
has already been accomplished to show
that investigation i 3 proceeding upon cor
rect lines, and that the results aimed at
are not Utopian, but quite agreeable to
known principles. Indeed, the one short
step;, the .'one small discovery which yet
remains nnaccomplishedj will certainly
achieve the end. Any hour, as we said,
may witness the relegation of steam to the
rubbish heap of worn^mt and worthless
thingS.-^Chicago Times,
— — • — ♦• — •-; — : ■ '.■ ' :- " "!;••'■'■'.•'■::
• . A .Diamond Carpet. ■ .V.. '•
It is said that the most costly carpet in
the world is in the treasure room of the
Maharajah of Baroda. India. The carpet
N s.«me 10 feet by 6, and woven from
strings of pearly with large central an<l
corner circles of diamonds. It required
three years' to make it and its cost was
f 1,000,000. It was the freak of an Indian
potentate, Kliande Rao, and he intended
to send it to Mecca as a present to a Mo
hammedan lady.— Jewelers' Review.
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WEATHER BUREAU REPORT.
.7 United States Department of Aobicoi/-
TCBtt, Weathkb Bureau, 7 Pan Francisco, ■'.
March 31, 5". m<— Synopsis and general fore
cast: 7 Th e pressure is highest to-night over Wy
oming and lowest on the Oregon coast. Conditions
indicate that a moderate depression . is now central
off the mouth of the Columbia River, which has al
ready caused rain along the Washington and North-,
crn Oregon coasts., This; is likely to extend south
ward Into the extreme northern portion of North
ern California to-night or Monday. It is hardly
probable that it will extend as for southward as San
Francisco.".' ■:■':' '■■■ -'.';' -.'--.•'-..''- '-•- ■ • '- •••'
• The tollowmeare seasonal rainfalls this year as
compared with the same date* last year: Eureka
37.62, last rear 49.25: Red Bluff 26.82.. 1a5t year
19.15: Sacramento, 22.70. last year 13.85: San
Francisco 23.86. last year 16.10: Fresno 12.63, last
year 6.17: Los Angeles 14.92.' last year 6,40; San.
Diego 11.10, last year 3.98: Yuma : 97. last year
2.16 inches, v • ■''■ ; .*-.■-..-. - .7*-' 7 . •' ;. . • . ■
• San Francisco, data: . Maximum temnerature 55 .
dec: minimum. '46 deg.: mean. 50 deg." -. • ".',
■ Forecast made at San Francisco for the thirty
hours ending midnight, April 1, 1895: < y ■■..■ .:
. For Northern California— Fair, except occasional
light rain, commencing to-night or Monday In the
extreme north portion; nearly stationary tempera
ture; brisk southerly to westerly winds.. -..-
For Southern California— Fair; nearly stationary
temperature; fresh westerly winds'. .
For Nevada— nearly stationary tempera
ture.; ;;!.--'-•' ,:-.'-'-.'- .-.-••
. For Utah— Fair; warmer.
For Arizona— Fair; nearly stationary.tempera
ture..--. .'•-.- ■■-. r '-- - ."-..'.. •-,.'.-.■•'••-.-••
For San Francisco and vicinity— fair,
but becoming threatening Monday: nearly station
ary temperature; brisk Westerly to southerly winds.
W. 11. Hammon, Forecast Official. ,
'- '."' OCEAN STEAMERS.
S1K.U.KB.
DHSTINATION |
SAtlA
Alee Blnchd t Portland ...... i Apr J. 5pm I
Sanfa Koaa.. | Han Weiro [Apr 1.11am!
8<;otia | Yaquina Bay.. ' Apr 1, 5pm |
Trnrkpo ! Portland... ;Apr 2. 4Pni
CrescentCtyjCresoent City. (Apr 2. SPM'
Homrr : Vannina Bay.. Apr '.',10am
Australia. . .. Honolulu. ..... j Apr U.IOam
AragO 'Coos Bav...:.. JApr 3.10am-
coos Bay ...; Newport :Apr R, Sam
Pomona. HnmboldtBav ' Apr 8. 2pm |
W«Hjtt jKel River....... ! Apr 3, 8am i
Columbia... i Portland I Apr 4. 10 am
Arawa Sydney ;Apr 4, 2pm
ISelKtc jChiDftA.lapanlApr 4, Xpm:
Corona San J)1p«o ;Apr 5.11am
Imatllla.... Vic <fc Put Hhd ! Apr 6, 9am'
Mumboldt... ! Hnmbnldt'Rny Apr 6. »am
Eureka '.Vewport 'Apr 7, 8am
Bdw'y 2
Miss 1
I Vallejo
Oceanic
Oceanic
• Valejo :
; Bdw'y 2
Bdw'y 1
; Vallejo
Hoear
Ocoanie
I'M SS
Bdw'y 2
BdWy 1
Washt'n
STEAMERS TO ARRIVE. :
■HAMER
i
Crescent City. . Crescent. City....;;... •;•.;
Homer.*.-..'...*..'. Yaqulna Bay. ;- • - -
Rio de Janeiro.. Chfna and Japan.. ,..,
Columbia.....;.'. Portland..;;.:;-..' ;;; ~
TJmatilla.". :;;;.: Victoria & J'uget Bound
Coos Bay....; ;v. Newport ;.....;.
Arajto .'.:.:.'.;.;■ Coos Bay....:;./,],;,./.'
Bandorllle •..'...;' Coqullle River.;......;'
Corona. ;■;'.... 7.. San Dl*co...... ;..;;.;.;■
Hurnboldt ...... Humboldt Bayi»r/I^"'I';ji
Arcata.. ■/..".'.... Coos Bay...,.;. :.;;;;;;
Peru;..::........ China and Japan....."" i
KUNka. . ;. . ...: New- jiort. . . ;.■.;...•; ;■. - "
San Jnnn.";.;;.M Panama..;;.. ■••'-'• '■'
State of CaU.... | Portland..;,.;"."..";];;^
City o; l'ucbltt.. i Victoria & Puget Sound
Santa Rosa. San Ol<-zo.. ...... -••■
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; MM SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.. ;:
■".•.•'"' ' -.-■ ".-' Arrived.-- :-''<:"- '■:-■.
; „ -,:- „^r NI)AY - Marp h 31. ;
■ Stmr.; Pomona, Hall, 17V_ hours from Eureka;
pass and mdse. to Gcodali; Perkins A Co. -;v;;; ,;
„ Stmr ■ Sunol, Walvig, 11 hours from Point Arena,
I bound to Port Los Angeles; put in to land passen
gers.^- :;-•--„■'•<•:. -,-.... -..'.. \.y- .-;■.." ;--:■"-;' '■'.* „*yy.: " y.
' Str Gipsy, Leland, 20 hours from Santa Cruz, etc. ;
produce to Goodall, perkins A Co.
Stmr Noyo, , Levlnson, 14 hours fm Fort Bragg;
pass and mdse, to J 8 Klmbail.*s_fawsssg^^asa^-;
-.- Stmr Weeott, Magee, 21 hours from Eel River; .
pass and mdse,' to Russ, Sanders A Co. . . '--'■
: Stmr South -, Coast, ■ Higgins, 27. hours from Eu
reka; shingles and shakes, to J R Hanlfy. : .
Stmr Alice Blanchard, Dunham, 46 hours from
Coos Bay ; pass and mdse, to Russ, Sanders & Co, rm}
-Stmr Alcazar. Gunderson,*- 4 : hours from -San ;
Pedro; ballast, to L E White Lumber Co. „-;V
Br bark Lanarkshire, Melville; ; 104 days from
Rangoon: 27,359 bags rice, to W Freese & Co.: .. --:
Schr Mary 0 Campbell, 8 hours from Bodega, 70
bxs butter, to Ross A Hewlett. :■ -.-.':"
Schr Nettle Low, Low, 8 hours from Point
Reyes; butter, to C E Whitney A Co.
Sailed.
- SUNDAY, March 31. 7
• Stmr Walla Walla, Wallace, Victoria and Port
Townsend. „...-..; _..,.. .. ■■-■_
Stmr Sunol. Walvig, Port Los Angeles. '
Stmr Farallon. Roberts," Port Angeles.
Stmr Scotia, Johnson.
. Stmr San Benito, Smith, Tacoma. •
Bark Harvester, Gruner, Kuriuk. -
Bktn Portland, Dermot, Santa Rosalia; ■ '•
Schr Pearl, Kohler. Unalaska. .;■• * "
Schr Christina Steffens,Rasmussen, Fisks Mill. .- .
Sch r Bender Bros, Zoddart. y, '.'.-. ,- •'-. .*,-'
« Telegraphic.." -
POINT LOBOS — March 31—10 p.- m— Weather
clear: wind YV: velocity 6 miles an hour.
Domestic Ports.
MENDOCINO— Arrived Mar . 31— Stmr Point
Arena, hence Mar 30. -
SOUTH BEND— Sailed Mar 31— Schr ; Twilight,
for San Francisco. - -■•* .--.*. :
EUREKA— Arrived Mar 31, at ' 8 ' a 5 M— Stmr
Humboldt, hence Mar 30. - -•'%/.-
TATOOSH— Passed out Mar 81— Ships B P Che
ney and Dashing Wave, from Tacoma for San Fran
cisco. • *.■■.- :..;••'■ .."-v. y : *■ -. ■•
Passed in Mar 31— Br stmr Wellington, hence Mar
28 for Nana! mo. .... ■-.
: COOS BAY— Arrived Mar Stmr Areata; hence
Mar 29.--y.y ;yy;;,yyy;;-7 _,;-,; y .-..
Movements of Trans-Atlantic Steamers.
NEW YORK—A rrived .Mar 31— Stmr Adriatic,
from Liverpool. 7 7 7 77 '-."'".
■ -■'.'; Importations.
EUREKA— Per Pomona— y_ bx fish, 4 bxs plates,
2 pkgs hardware, y 2 keg 66 bxs butter, 2 pkgs furs,
76 sks potatoes, 9 rolls leather. 31 dressed calves. 3
bbls water, 1883 M shingles, 2 bxs "glass, 277 doors,
3% M ft lumber, 88 bdls moldings, 20 sks peas, 11
pen express, 1 sk coin. . : \
Fields Landing— 269 sks potatoes, 15 sks wool, 44
sks peas, 200 sks oats, 48 M ft lumber, 3 bdls furs.
FORT BRAGG— Per Novo— l bx mdse, 31 -salt
hides, 6 bdls axles, 2 bdls shingles, -1 bdl pelts, Isk
tails, 258 Mft lumber. : -
POINT ARENA— Per 6unol-90y_ bxs butter, 6
cs eggs, 3 bxs fish. 5 pkgs mdse. 1 bx live frogs.
PORT KENY'ON— Per Weeott— lßß bxs butter, 3
coops chickens. 227 sks potatoes, 7 sks lentils, 206
bxs apples, 6 bbls oil, 1 bdl furs, 1 cs frogs.
PORTLAND VIA ASTORIA— Per Alice Blan
chard—so sks onions, 251 sks potatoes, 95 sks bones,
684 sks oats, 5693 sks barley, 8 bis woolens, 1 case
cigars, 2 cs mdse, 12 cs tea, 20 cs wine, 2 cs 5 bxs
.dates, 226 bis excelsior, 10 cs 2 bbls hardware, 1
bdl twine. v . y * -
' WATSON Per Gipsy— lls bags sugar,
13 sks scrap brass, 1 sk scrap copper.
Moss Landing— l cs eggs, Ibx butter.
Soquel— l2B rms paper- ■>■■•'
Santa Cruz— l2oo bbls lime, 52 cs cheese, 15 bxs
butter, 1 bx eggs, 10 rolls leather, 4 pipes Cala wine,
3 pkgs carpets. .
- Pigeon Point— bxs cheese, 0 bxs butter, 3 sks
abalones. - *„- • • ...'■- «-.--•. -<-. • . -
Ames Port— l92s sks beans.
Consignees.
Per Pomona— Paladin! ; Amer Press Assn ; A H
Heney; Brigham, Hoppe A.Co: C E Whitney A Co;
Dodge, Sweeney A Co ; FB Haight; Bancroft.Whit
ney A Co; Feiling, Cressy A Co: Getz Bros A Co;
Higgins A Collins: Hills Bros; H Llebes ACo: C
Hel wig: J H Newbauer A Co; Atlas Iron Works:
Marshall, Teggart A Co ; Norton, Teller A Cc; Dal
ton Bros; standard Oil Co; South San Francisco
Packing Co: W P Fuller A Co ; Wells, Fargo A Co;
Wheaton, Breon A Co; Christy A Wise; G X Por
ter; E It Stevens A Co; H Dutard: Wlckson;
Greenbaum, Well & Mlchels: G de Luca: J R Han-
IfyACo; Humboldt Mineral Water Co; J J Mont
gomery A Co; McKay A Co; Mo wry A Morse; Wm
Blake; A R McCollough ; D Vervalin A Co; Geo
L Sweet; J M Moore. .
Per Noyo— W B Sumner A Co; Anspacher Bros ;
J S Kimball; « (i Harblne; Waterhonse A Lester;
W A Mitchell; Sutro Railway Co; Union Lumber
Co. - -,'•.- . - . - . -...',.-.. ;..*,-.,
PerSunol— Dairymens Union: Deßernardi A Co;
F B Halght: Martin, Feusler A Co; Wilson A Dev
llbfss; Ross A Hewlett: American Union Fish Co;
Tlllmann A Bendel: DE Allison A Co: Wells, Rus
sell & Co; Brown Bros it Co; WyWittling & Co;
Robin's it Gerdon: Murray Bros. -
Per -Weeott — Russ, Sanders A Co; FBHaight;
Brigham, Hopne A Co: . Wheaton, Breon A Co: D
Vervalin A Co: .1 II Newbauer A Go; G G Wlckson.
A Co; 'Norton, Teller A Co; Dairymen's Union; Pa
cific Vinegar and Pickle Cot C E Whitney A Co;
Gets Bros A Co;: Ross A Hewlett ; Witzel A Baker;:
Marshall, Teggurt A Co; E R Stevens A Co; Witt
land A Co; standard Oil Co; Baker A Hamilton;
H. Llebes A Co ; U Dutard :• D E Allison A Co ; Chas
Jacobse.n c
Per Alice Blanchard—H Dutard 7 Thos Watson;
Geo Morrow A Co; Thomas Loughran : Pac Eleva
tor Co; Balfour, Guthrie A Co; Porter Bros A Co:
Hoffman A Alexander; Hulse, Bradford A Co: JH
Boggess -..Ohlandt & Co: Max Goldstein A Co; Ber
tln.A Lepori.; J. Capella- Dalzlel & Moller; • P' G
Baldwin; Greenbaum, Well A Mlchels ; , Kohn A
Nathan; Macondray A Co; United- Vinegar Co."
-Per Gipsy— ll Dutard; Chas Jacobsonr F X St*>
vens A. Co; M T Freltas; O B Smith; Dodge,
Sweeney- A • Co; Dairymen's .Union: .Wheaton,
Breou A Co; Henry Cowell A Co: Hammond*
Brod ;':'• Blake, • MOffltt A .Towne : Herman Joost •
Goldberg. Bowen A CO; Western Sugar. Refining
Co: Standard OH Co:.W T Garrett A Co; • Stauffer
A Co;- Enterprise Brewery
BIRTHS-MARRIAG&-DEATBS.
• 7 [Birth, marriage ana death notices sent by mall ■
will not be inserted. They must be handed In at
■ either of the publication offices Mad- be : indorsed
with the name and residence of .person's authorized
to have the. same published. .
* > y BOB?). ;-.'■ - ■'.•■
: . EDWARDS— In this city, March .-, 1895, to the
.•• -wife of George Edwards, a son. •-':,.-'.'
.GROSKRENZ^in this city, March 26, 1895, tO the
■•• Wife of Frank Groskrenz, a daughter. •'-.-..
: LEWIS— In Oakland, March 29, 1895- to the wife
; .of John Lewis, a Bon.
HANSEN-In Oakland' March 25, 1895, to the
wife. of George A, Hansen, a daughter, ..
BERWICK— In San Leandro, March 29, 1895, to
■.:- the wife of .Charles C. Berwick, a son. -:•. '--.- ".•'. -' y.-.;.-
MARRIED.
HAMMOND— GRAHAM— In this city, March. 27,
; • 1895. by the Rev. M. M. Gibson, Hugh ,W. Ham-
; . mond and. Miss Lizzie Graham, both of San Fran-
cisco.
'V. ; ' ; •-.' „;•; '.'■■. 7., -.":; DIED. : 'y '' : 77: l '•'.' '■'■'.■ : .'.- - : .'. '
Anderson. Martha' '/■■>.., Harm6n, Foster 8. ... ■■*'■
; Buckley, Grace L. •' Johnson, Ralph L. '.•'-
-. Coleman, Thomas P. ••'• • Jenson, Antone — •
:-;■ Carpenter, William H. Knlll, William H. ■-' . ' *
• Connors, Julia ■ /• ■ Lawson, Mary •. •'
.-; Dooley, Michael ' ■";-. Murphy," John T.
: Davis, Sadie W. . '•'.. McMahon, Philander
■■• Dennis,* Alfred S. .• . . Ryan, Mrs. Captain "
". Enright, Dr. CM.- : " •. • Schilling, Adam ;
. : English, Sarah A. .- ■ ■ • Stoutenburgh. Isaac A.
y Fitzpatrick, Rev. T. -. Schaffer, Louis - •
V Fitzgerald, Margaret ' ' Tanlere, Eugene >
Gallagher, Catherine M. Van Horn, Mrs. T. C.
- Gibson, Henry Y. .. •',*• Valeur-Petersen, J. C.
ANDERSON— In thlscity. March SO, 1896, Martha,
: beloved wife of John Anderson, a native of
• County Donegal, Ireland, aged 28 years 8 months
.-• and 15 days. ■ '■- •; ' -? *.
''■ , Friends ,\nd acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
• (Monday), at . 1 o'clock p. it., • from- the par-
lors of H. F. Suhr, A Co., 1209 Mission street,
. near Eighth." thence to St. Luke's Episcopal
■ ■ Church, corner Clay street and Van Ness avenue,
.'. : where funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock
p. M. Interment Laurel Hill Cemetery. v7y
BUCKLEY'— In Alameda, March 28, 1895, Grace
• : Laura Buckley, aged 10 months.;- ■ ' - -. . r',-*= ,
CARPENTER— In Oakland, March 30, 1895, Wil-
liam Henry, beloved husband of Harriet Carpen-
ter, and father of Mrs. A. A. Batkin and Tom and
Edward H. Carpenter, a native of England, aged
70 years 1 month and 29 days. ■ y •. -
*- ■ Friends and ; acquaintances are respect-
' fully invited to attend the funeral TO-MORROW
(Tuesday), at 10 o'clock a. m., from his late resi-
y dence, 1865 - Fourth avenue, East Oakland. In-
terment Mountain View Cemetery. ■■
CONNORS— In- this ; city, March 81, 1895, r Julia
• Connors, aged 67 years. * - y
COLEMAN— this city, March 29 1895, Thomas
. P. Coleman, a native of Ireland, aged 68 years.
DAVIS— in this city, Sadie ' W., wife of Fred A.
; Davis, and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George W.
.... Sprague, a native of Maine. 7 \ .\\ ...>-.!.^:
'■'■ <S^*Frlends and : acquaintances are - respect- -
.' fully invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Monday), at 11 o'clock a." _.. from her late
residence, 858 West street, Oakland. y *
DOOLEY'.— In this city, March 31," 1895,' Michael J.
Dooley, a native of New York State, aged 25 years.
Air 2. otice of funeral hereafter. - ; :,"- ■
DENNIS— In this city, March Si;- 1895, Alfred S.,
beloved husband of M. E. Dennis, and father of
' Frank Dennis and brother of Mrs. :• E. . R.Sher-
wood, a native of Maine, aged 60 years. ■■-- 7y--i;
ENRIGHT— At .Lawrence, . Santa > Clara County,
.-'.'.March 29, 1895, Dr. Charles M. Enright, beloved
I son of Mrs. Margaret Enright and the late James
- * Enright, a native of California, aged ■32 years 7
': months and 7 days. - > „ *
_Q_rFriends * and ; acquaintances are respect-
. fully Invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Monday),, at 10 o'clock a. m.. from the I family
residence at ' Lawrence, 'thence < to St.* Claire's
' -j I Chnroh, i Santa Clara,', where a 1 solemn - requiem :
• 7 high v mass ' will >- be • .- said for • the .. - repose of :
. - his soul,' commencing at -l 1 o'clock a: _. -. Inter- "■
y ment at Santa Clara. 7. -y* ' ," -.-■ 1
ENGLISH— In '■ Oakland, Martn ! 80, .1895, at . the
■ residence of; her sister, ; Mrs. L. McNalljv Sarah
Anne, • belovefl wife of Joseph rM. •; English, a na- •
7 tive of I'aterson, N.J. ;..*.-• .:•;■.
*.-■., jj_rFrfends ' and ; acquaintances : : are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral TO-MORROW
(Tuesday),"' from St. ' Mary's | Cathedral; where a
I solemn requiem mass . will be | celebrated for the
repose of her soul, commencing at ' 10:30 o'clock
• ' a. x. *: Interment private. ?. y. ,;-:.-»^' -:,' ;■;?-, -y . : ;■■ yyv; ;
FITZPATRICK— In this city, March 29.1895, Rev.
-i. Timothy . Fitzpatrick, ■ v rector -| of --■ All-Hallow's
H Church, a native of Ross Carbnrey,' County Cork,
' '■ Ireland, aged 53 years 1 month and 27 days.'-.-Ci.j .
;-.' 7/ «_r Friends .- and f acquaintances ~ are * respect- :
■ fully invited Ito I attend ; the funeral THIS DA V, :
r-j; (Monday), at ; 10 o'clock a. m., from All-Hallow's
I Church, where a solemn requiem mass will be j
'celebrated for the repose of his soul, commencing
at -10 i O'clock a. _. r Interment Mount Calvary
>?. Cemfltcp-^a^flj-^w^yiß^Elltf^'^^W'^PTßiCT j
!Y. M. Officers and members of Loyola Council
■- 1 No 32, Y. M. 1., are I hereby notified |to assemble
at Myrtle ; Hall -■ THIS * DAY . (Monday), ■at 9
* o'clock a.m.; to attend the funeral of our late
brother, Rev. -Father Timothy *.' Fitspatrlck.
,- - Fines for non-attendance. v By order, • •
JOHN J. RYAN, President. .
J as. J. Donovan. Rec. Sec.
FITZGERALD— In Santa Clara,' March 31, 1895,
;-■ Margaret Fitzgerald, a native of Ireland, aged 60
years. ..'.-:■■'.;■.-;. :-j ■ ... .y. ■■;■•,. y\: ■ ,/y 7 -
GALLAGHER— In this city, March 30. 1895, Cath-
erine M. Gallagher, beloved mother of William TX
- and George H. Doyle and Joseph G. and Edward
B. Gallagher, a native of County Galway, Ireland,
_ aged 55 years. °
.;- *3*FrlendB - and acquaintances are respect-
. fully invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Monday), at 8:30 o'clock f m.. from her. late
residence, 1221 ? Valencia street, thence to ■ St.
, James Church, • where a solemn requiem mass
'. will be ' celebrated for ' the repose of her soul,
- commencing at 9 o'clock a. m. - Interment Holy
r Cross Cemetery. t ,' ; . 7.
GIBSON— In this ctty, March 81, 1895, Henry V.,
. beloved husband of. Nancy J. Gibson and father
a of Sadie I. and John T. Gibson, a native of ' Penn-
sylvania, aged 45 years 1 month and 8 days.
[Lebanon (Or.) papers please copy. J ---.:- ;■;-'-.-
JOSTFrlends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the. funeral TO-MORROW
(Tuesday), r at 2 o'clock p. s M., from the par-
lors of the California Undertaking Company, 123
Stockton street, corner Geary. • Interment Laurel
.Hill Cemetery. ; ;- -
HARMON— In this city, March 27, 1895, Foster B.
Harmon, a native of Missouri, aged 59 years 1
- month and 16 days. :■ ■; ■ .'■ •
JENSON— In this city. March 30, 1895, Antone
Jenson, a native of Denmark, aged 40 years. *
JOHNSON— In Buena Vista. Cal., March 29, 1895,
Ralph L. Johnson, aged 9 months and 18 days.
.KNILL— In this city, March 29, 1895, William H.
.' Knill, a native of California, aged 3 years.
LAWSON— In Oakland. March 30, 1895, Mary, be-
loved wlie of the late Harry Lawson, and mother
of Marie, Annie and ! Lulu Lawson, Mrs. E. B.
Wilson of Sacramento and Mrs. H. J. Rossi of
Idaho, a native of Dublin. Ireland, aged 59 years.
«Wlnterment .at Rio Vista, Cal., TO-MOR-
ROW (Tuesday). ."..?■ :«-v.-v'y
MURPHY— In this city, March 31, 1895. John T.
<; Murphy, beloved husband of Julia Murphy, and
'.. brother of Eugene, Hanora and Ellen Murphy,
• Mrs. Redmond Walsh and Mrs. John- Shea, and
son-in-law of Timothy and Hannah Sheehan,
. a native of . the parish of j Dromthaeriffe, County
Cork, Ireland, aged 29 years. .
<f_i"Notice of funeral' hereafter. .7> ; --:v7 ;7 ''-y
McMAHON— In this city, March 28, 1895, Philan-
; der McMahon, a native of Ohio, aged 68 years and
5 months. '.7:sa*o!SBsiß_ps©£^
RYAN— this city, March 30, 1895, Mrs. Cap-
tain Ryan, beloved mother of Mrs. R. W. Gavnor
of North San Juan and the late Mrs. Mary Scott,
a native of County Tlpperarv, Ireland, aged 82
years. - -
■ jayFrlends . and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Monday), at 8:30 o'clock a. m., from her late
residence, 324 Jones street, corner of Ellis,
thence to St. Mary's Cathedral, O'Farrell street
and Van Ness avenue, where a solemn requiem
mass will be celebrated for the repose of her
soul, commencing at 9 o'clock a. m. Interment
- Mount Calvary Cemetery.
SCHILLING— In this city, March 29, 1895, Adam.
beloved husband of Anna Schilling, and father of
- George, Joseph, Sophie, Addm, Bertha and Annie
.-Schilling, a native of Baden, Germany, aged 54
years and 14' days. A member of Pacific Council
No. 8, O.C. F. - ■■-■
Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Monday), at 2 o'clock p.m., from his late resi-
d ence, 1255 Eighteenth street, above Douglass.
Interment I. O. O. F. Cemetery.
STOUTENBURGH— In this city, March 30, 1895,
. Isaac A., beloved husband of Hermine Stouten-
burgh, and father of Edgar C. Stoutenbnrgli,
a native of New York, aged 69 years.
Friends and acquaintances . are respect-
filly Invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Monday), at 1 o'clock p. m.. from his late resi-
dence,. 14 Va -Moss street. Interment Cypress
i Lawn Cemetery.
SCHAFFER— In Oakland, March 30, 1895, Louis
Schaffer, a native of Oakland, aged 3 months.
TANIERE— In this city, March 28, 1895. Eugene
Tanlere, a native of San Francisco, aged 33 years.
VAN HORN— this city, March 31, 1895, Mrs. T.
| C. Van Horn, wife of T. C. Van Horn, and daugh-
| ter of Lena Knock and sister of George, Charles
J. and Phillip A. Knock and Mrs. Fred Homer,
a native of San Francisco, aged 32 years 1 month
and 3 days. ....
Friends and . acquaintances are resDect-
• fully invited to attend the funeral TO-MORROW
(Tuesday), at 2 o'clock p. it., from her late resi-
d ence, 423 Bush street. Interment I. O. O. F.
. Cemetery. Remains at J. B. Metzler's under-
taking parlors, 636 Washington street.
VALEUR-PETERSEN-In this city, March 30,
. 1895, at his late residence, 1717b Haight street,
' J. C. Valeur-Petersen, brother of Emll Petersen
. and nephew of Adoiph Petersen, a native of Den-
■- mark, aged 38 years. [Lakeport papers please
.-oopy.J- .
. ' • e.i;' Friends and acquaintances and members of
7 Dania No. 2 and the Scandinavian Society are re-
spectfully invited to attend the funeral TO-MOR-
ROW.(Tuesday). at 1:30 o'clock p. it., from Odd
- ' Fellows' Hall, corner Market and Seventh streets,
' '.where the funeral services will be held under the
- auspices of Alta Lodge No. 205, 1. O. O. F. inter-
."■■ ment Cypress Lawn Cemetery.
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ii i.'.*_ ._;. ... .*'. '„; '.. 'i . — f — „ ■■'.'...'.'. „..':' . '
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IN SAN MATEO COUNTY: NON-SECTARIAN;
1 laid out on the lawn plan; perpetual care; beau-
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DISPATCH STEAMERS FROM SAN _flPjA_
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AUCTION SALES.
EDWARD 8. SPEAR & CO., ':'".
Auctioneers, 31-33 Sutter Street,
POLICE" sale.
THIS DAY
Monday ............April 1,1895
- • .- - » At 10 a. m., In our Salesrooms, ' f •*» *j*l r^
NOS. 31-33 SUTTER STREET, »
We will sell, by order of J. H. Widber, Treasurer V
of the City and County of San Francisco. '.'-'.■
Sundry Articles of Stolen and Unclaimed Jewelry, - 1
Watches, Pistols, Knives, Clothtag, etc., recovered -.1
by the police. ' - : ______@__B____S_^»k
-■■ _, " . - — also jrasßEtf.^fjjra
A -Lot of TRUNKS AND CLOTHING, by. order y ; t
Of the Coroner of this city and county, i y , ,^y . ■;{
EDWARD "s. SPEAR A CO.. Auctioneers, '!
. : :■,?. :"■:" .: - ;■-- 31 and 33 Sutter street.
WILLIAM BUTTERFIELD ~
Will sell at Auction THIS DAY, April 1, 1895. at
313 PACIFIC STREET, near Battery, : Elegant •
Polished Walnut Bar, French-plate Bar Mirrors,
Colored - v Plate-glass ; Nickel-trimmed \ Swinging
Doors, Glassware and Contents. of Dining-room,' ;'""'
Kitchen and 15 Bedrooms, Rubber Bar Mats. Lino-
leum, Tables and (hairs. -.
, • WILLIAM BUTTERFIELD. .'.
. --' * v ------ Auctioneer. Crocker Building. °
: r RAILROAD TRAVEL! _____
SMFRMCISCO& NORTH PA-
CIFIC RAILWAY CO. I,
' Tlburon. Ferry— of Market St* \
San Francisco to San Rafael.
WEEK DAYS— 7:4O, 9:20, 11:00 a.m.: 12:35,
3:30, 6:10, 6:30 p. m. Thursdays— Extra trip
at 11:30 p. x. Saturdays— Extra trips at 1:50
and 11:30 p. m. . -%; '^ • -° . -
BUNDAYS-8:00, 9:30, 11:00 a.m.; 1:30, 3:30,
5:00, 6:20 P. M.
7 San Rafael to San Francisco.
WEEK DAYS— 6:2S, 7:55, 9:30, 11:10 a. m.;
-; 12:46, 3:40, 6:10 p. m. Saturdays— Extra tripe
at 1 :55 p. m. and 6:35 p. m.
SUNDAYS— ft -.10, 9:40, 11:10 A. M.; 1:40, 3:40,
5:00, 6:25 p.m. • •- ,--° : s
Between San Francisco and Schuetsen Park same -
,".: schedule as above. . - * J . y
Leave T „ _— __, I Arrive
San Francisco. xov. L Ban Francisco.
"Week I Sow- n-.lfnatien Sex-' ' Wjcjck' .
Days. I days. "'""nation. | : DAYa . . | Days.
7:40 am|8:00 am i Novato, 1 -.40 am 8:50 a_
8:30 9.30 am Petaluma, i 6:05 pm 10:3O am
6:10 pm 1 5:00 pm, Santa Rosa. 7:30 pm 6.15 PM -
" T— Fulton. .- ~~"
7:40 am Windsor, 10:30 am
Healdsburg, . ° ...... .,
Geyserville, - .* •
8:30 pm 8.00 am (foyerdale. 7:30 pm 6:16 pm
' j " |~ Fleta, = " 1 ; ""
! Hopland A • " I
7:40 am 8:00 am Ukiah. 7:30 pm| 6:16 pm
7:40 am I I 1 10:39 AM
8:00 am GuerrUtvllle. | 7:30 pm
8:80 pm 7 ! ' I 6:15 PM 7
7:40 ami 8.00 am Sonoma J 10:40 am 8:60 am
6:10 pm 5:00 pm and I 6:05 pm 6:15 pm
Glen Ellen. :
___________________________________
:40 a M i 8 :00 a M ; ~^~7' ODOI ]10:40 am[lo:3o a M
8:80 PM|5:OO *___!____ * | 6:05 pm| «:15pm . .
Stages connect at Santa Rosa for Mark West
Springs.
Stages connect at Geyserville for skaggs Springs.
Stages connect at Pieta for Highland Springs,
! Kelseyvllle, soda Bay, Lakeport.
Stages connect at L'kitih for Vichy Springs, Blue
Lakes, Upper Lake, Lakeport, Bonneville, Green-
i wood, Orr's Hot Springs. Mendocino Ctty, Fort
! Bragg, Usal, West-port, Cahto. .Wllletts, Calpella,
| Porno, Potter Valley. John Day's, Li vely's, Gravelly
I Valley, Harris, Blocksburg, Brldgeville, Hydesville
| end Eureka.
! Saturday to Monday round-trip tickets at reduce.
! sates.
i . On Sundays round-trip tickets to all points be-
yond San Rafael at half rates.
Ticket .Offices, corner New ' Montgomery eat
Market streets, under the Palace Hotel.
X. C. WHITING, R. X. RYAN,
■ ■-. • '■■• :..;:" Gen. Manager. • ' Gen. Pass. 4f«»fc_^
\>^SAUSALITO FERRY, .
U>^SAUSALITD FERRY. 7^<</
From Jasoavt 14, 1396.
Leave S. F. WEEK DAYS. Arrive S. F.
7.00 a.m. Mill Val., Ross Val., San Rfl 6.45 a.m.
8.00 a.m. , " " ...-.•* San Qtn. 7.13 a.m.
9.15 A.M. "... ;-'*! " ....... 8.46 A.M.
" " " 9£?».M.
.16!30A*.M. " ■'■■•• '' ••-- St- Qtn. 10.50 a.m.
11.30 a.m. " ■-.."" " ...... 11.50 a.m.
I.4Sf.m. « " " SanQU. I.BOPJI. •"
C.26P.M. - " . " y " 3.10 F.M. .
4.30 p.m. 1" " " San Qtn. 4.60FJ1.
5.15 p.m. " : " " ....... 6.55 p.m.
G.ISP.M. •« ■• "
«'-.....'..!• " " " San Qtn. 7.30 p.m.
1 1.30 p.m. Ross Tailor and San Rafael ...... ........
6.00 a.m. Tomales, lazadero and Waj Stations 7.30 p.m.
fl. 45 p.m. Tomales and Waj Stations x 10.50 a.m.
.1. 45p.m. 7" •" « " *11.60 A.M.
Kicept Tuesdays and Thursdays. X Monday only.
;•- • V/'ednesdays and Irldays only.
.^SUNDAYS.
........ Ross Taller and San Rafael .../ 7.40 a.m. i
. 8.00 a.m. Mill V»i., Ross Val., Sin Rfl., San Qtn. 9.15 a.m. I
10.00 a.m. " " .;,,"'•- " ll.lnA.M. '.<-J
11.30 a.m. " ":•.'''■■ "* :" .' 1.15 P.M.
1.30PM. '' " " " - " .........
........ Ross TalltT,Sinßtfirf,SanQtn.. ...* 2.45 p.m.
3.00 p.m. Mill Val., 'Ross Val., San Rfl., San ,_. 4.20P.M. y ; "
A.3Or.M. " . " : . " " 6.65 p.m.
6 15P.M. v . " ; " ....... ........
„„.;, i %; 1 '" , " -';.«• 7 San Qtn. 7.30 p.m. yy^j
8.00 a.m. Point RoTes and Way Stations .' 7.3op.m. \rffc*
•OVTHRKN IMCIFR' €»IIPAIIT. -*
■•- < (PACIFIC SYSTEM.) -•
Train* It-tax- .-tit.l aaa-e due to (arrive nt
; : " ' ■■:'- '■■ »AN l'lt,tX<'l»«'<>. - -•.'-■■"- ' °. .
LEAVE — ROM Map.c„ 12, 1395. — AHRtVI ,'
'•- 7<OOa Atlantic Express (via Martinez and |
Lathrop) Ogden & F.ast.... ..:;...' 7-15„
7-OOa Pott Costa and 8enicia............. 10:43 a A _
.:30a Napa, Calisto^a and "Santa Rosa; '■'■.jtswA
Vacaville, Esparto, Sacramento, '- y f
: . and Redding via Davis; Martinez
and Han Ram0n....'....i.......... 6: 1 op
StllOA Niles," Ban Jo«o, Stockton, • lone. • •
Sacramento. Marysviile, Red Bluff '
■' ' and *Orovllle... '.....;. ............-' 4:13p
*«t SO a Peters and Milton:... «7tl.tp *f
8:»0a Port Coats.Benteia and Way Stations .'6:43? _i
9:00 a "Sunset Limited," Vestibuled Train » '
>.. >"*•"-' through to New 0r1ean5.....;.:.. }1: 13p
O:0Oa New Orleans Express,' •Raymond, ■'■■-.
- Santa Barbara, Los Angeles, Dew-
ing, El Paso, New Orleans and,
Ea5t........... ._*. .t:4.tp
; l:OOp Niles, San Jose and Livermore...... *«:4.>\
..:.... Niles, Ban Jose and Livermore Jl l:ir> v . -'■ ■'.;
•l:0Op Saorainento River Steamers 0:00 ,
fl:3op Port Costa and Way Stations........ fB:43ji
-:©op Martinez, Sau Ramon, Benicia,
-■:.- X *" Vallejo, Napa, alistoga, El Ver- ■
_, y a no and Santa R05a............. 0:13 a
4:00p Vacaville, - Woodland, Knights , . 'J
Landing, Marysviile, Oroville and '
■■ -5a0ramcnt0............ 11:48* '
4:30p Niles, San Jose, Livermore, and .
Stockton ....:..........,.:......;. 7tlsp
5:0 Op Los Angeles Express, Fresno, Bakers- ;
field, Santa Barbara -and Los
Ange1e5............. .........; 10:15*
S:OOp Santa Fe Route, Atlantic Express
• for Mojave and East..*... .v.. 10:13*
■*•• 3 : 30 p European Mall (via Martinez and '
". ■' - Stockton) Ogdcn and Fa5t........ 10:45*
0.-OOp Hnywards, Nil. nnd Sail J055...... 7:4.1* v
t6:OOp Vallejo ...........?............. S: 15*
0:00 p Oregon Express (via Martinez and
Stockton) Sacramento, MarysvlUfe, •
. Redding, Portland, I'uget Sound
and Ea5t........ "............ 10:43*
10.-OOP Port Costa and Way Stations. = No t
■'.;'■ ■". -- '- - baggage carried on this train . ...-....., y 7 ,7\ . H i>
'■■i SASTA C'lU'Z DIVISION (yarrow Gauge).
*: B:15a Newark, Cputerville.Huii.lose.Felton, . i
• Boulder Creek, Santa Cruz and Way <
5tati0n5..:.......;.........;...-...-' 5:50p i
» *8:15p Newark. Centerville, San Jose, New ; - - . . * *. .- ,i r
''_ Almaden, Felton, Boulder Creek, • __-> -'■' .
..'.-... :■■:;■ Santa , Cruz and . Principal Way * '— m/ ■'" ■■■ -
-;« v • 5tati0n5................... ■..'.'.....-•-1:20* '_
- 4:1 5 p Newark, San Jose, Los Gat 05........ ' 9:30*
f11:45p Hunters' Train for Newark. Alvlao, .; -.. , '
* San Jose, Los Gatos and Way \
"•■-■ 5tati0n5 ....;;:;...;..-........:..... 4* { '■; - y>*
COAST DIVISION (Tliird A TewViieMil. Stio~"
0:45 a San Joso. New Almaden aud M'ay-.f-.-- ~"
5tati0n5 . . .?. ........ ...,;.. -„ 1:45_»
8:13 a Sau Jose, Tres Piuos, Santa Cruz.
Paclilo Grove, Paso Robles, San
. o Luis Obispo atci Principal Way ".•■.'-; ,7; ."
-'=•■■•''., Stations ...*...-...' "—.,....... 7:03 p -_B
10:10 a San Joss and Way Stations.,....-... . 5:O0p
.•1 1: 15a Palo Alto and Way Station? ...... 3:30 > ' 7*
. •2:-_(»i- Sau Jose, Gilroy, ires Pinos Santa ''/■*.
Cruz, Salinas, -erey and Pacilio -
Gr0ve........... ........:.'..'...... *10:40*
•3:3opSanJoseandPt«iirtpalWayStatlous «: 17* "
* .:25t> Palo Alto and W*y Stations V..~... *8:0« a
' 5:1 Op San Jose and Way 5tati0n5.. ....... * *8:4S« ■' 7'
'- 0:30p Palo Alto and Way Stations . ....... fi:ass.
fll:13p Palo Altoand Principal Way Stations ' 38a
CREEK ROUTE FERRY.
- From SIR FRANCISCO— of Haricot Street (Slip B)—* --i
' .7- •7:00 8:00 >>y 9:00 *10:00 1100 a m r ■
' : - '12.30 $1:00 V" * 2:00 - • 3:00 :-' M:00 • ' *5.00 -' I
: •6:00 p.m. -.- • ■■ ■." ... : w 8
From OAKLAHD—Foot '. of . Broadway.— * ,«6:00 ' *7- u H
8:00 -9:00- 10:00 *ll:0O A.M..- ll_-o_ ; ■
«13:30 ..- 3:00 «3:00 - : -4:00, •5:00 rj. '. \ 1
-••■-:. A for Morning. ;.- P for Afternoon ~". \
S °l^uar.nly. .-.:■ $ ffi^^ •
ATLASTIC MD PACIFIC RAILROAD.
S>* NT A F_3 ROTJ . ; E^'-"'-"
TRAINS j LEAVE AND '7 ARRIVE *AT SAW
Franclsco_(>larket-st. Ferry): . * 7 * - .*
_s£* } 'MARCH 11, 1895."" JABBTV* t
; B . AII '.i:.- , -*lv.-- -.:.»»,.--■.*'-■ >■—.■ . ____yV Daily. J
"6:00 _» ."Fast Express via Mojave.... "in".V«"_ «?_# l
i 9:00 a.. Atlantic Express vlaLosAngeleii'.yTß^sl &
Ticket , Office-650 Market St., Chronicle buU* ■
in_, a. F. A?Vu C. H. Pftsseijgar '^^]xfo^
Abs U General P^asen.ar 4»eet p^^
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