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WuM city real ESTATE.
RE A L ESTATE BROKER,
628 MARKET STREET. TELEPHONE 5422.
BpS CITY BARGAINS.
G>n~(\(\ REDUCED TO $6250; MODERN 9-
«4pDOUU. room house; good location in Western
O-7AA 130:6x144; LAKE VIEW; A SPECU-
£> i\J\J. lation. __
(m-r-nA 2-STORY RESIDENCE: 6 ROOMS
-.^JfOOUU. and bath; Webster, bet. McAllister
and Fulton sts.
COX A A COTTAGE HOUSE OF 4 ROOMS;
. >_.)UU. lot 100x70; nr. Moulton st. and Hick-
■ory aye. __ _
<2il " f»A COTTAGE HOUSE OF 5 ROOMS;
,*3)X«jUU. lot 50x70; nr. Moulton st. and Hick-
• ©400 LOT 33:4x70; MOULTON STREET.
" <2Xnn LOT 33:4x70; COR. MOULTON ST.
- <4pUV/l/. and Hickory aye.
<st9^n 3 NICE LOTS IN OUTSIDE LAND
C— «JU. block 968. _
©9£AA 25x114; ARMY ST., NR. NOE; 9-
<? — '-''-'". room residence; can be used as 2 flats;
■ one-half cash, balance easy.
: 628 Market st.
Q-J^nn TWO BEAUTIFUL 6-ROOM COT-
•ViOVJV. tages, just finished, with attic and
basement, on brick foundation, and all modern im-
provements; within 1 block of Golden Gate Park.
Take McAUister-st. car to Stanvan st. and apply at
Park House for particulars.
' &£&A DELICACIES AND PORKSTORE;
'„ '''A', cheap rent: fine location; a bargain.
El CHANAN & CO., 765 Market st.
© 1 A BUSINESS WILL PAY $5 PER DAY.
%, XO\J. BARRETT & CO., 365^, Market st.
©9 AA , OLD ESTABLISHED PAYING GRO-
t£)£j\J\J. eery and bar; best possible location; low
rent; great bargain. BARRETT & CO., 8851,2
©9^o BIG BARGAIN; PAYING COFFEE
•.. —''V. saloon and chophouse, only two doors
. from Kearny st. BARRETT & CO., 865^ Market.
All HORTGER. LOUla A. SOUC.
T A. SOUC & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE BROKERS.
HOUSES RENTED. RENTS COLLECTED.
465 AND 467 VALENCIA ST., NEAR 16TH.
As we make a special of Mission property and
. . are right on the spot, we can save you time and
- money by calling on us at once.
- $6500—25x110; Guerrero st., near 14th: bay-
Window flats; 5 and ti rooms; bath; all modern im-
. prevents; in Al order.
$7850— Valencia st., near 20th: modern
bay-v.indOTC house: 10 rooms; bath; handsomely
'. -'decorated; a model home; good value for $10,000.
f —25x105; Guerrerost., near 19th: modern
. bay-window house: 8 rooms; bath; laundry; con-
■ : servatory: basement; in splendid order; best buy
in the Mission.
30x114; Liberty St.. near Guerrero; bay-
window flats. 5 and 6 rooms, bath; in good order;
fiii>' view and cheap.
$3000— 25x80— Stevenson St., near 18th; 2 flats,
■ 5 rooms each; cottage of 4 rooms in rear; rents for
$38: must be sold this week.
$1200— 26x132; Mission St.. near 30th; 2 front-
. ages. Mission and San Jose aye. ; store, 4 rooms,
Mission; cottage, 4 rooms, on San Jose aye,; lot is
■worth the money.
$2500—25x114: 27th. near Church; new bay-
window cottage, 5 rooms, bath, laundry; the latest
Improvements; 7-foot basement ; easy terms.
$5600—25x100: 18th St., nr. Mission: bay-win-
.. dow house; 7 rooms: bath; in Al order; street
bituniinized : look at this.
.. $2500—28x80; Dehon st., nr. 16th; cottage; 4
rooms: stable and driveway; just the thing for ex-
$3300— 25x80— San Carlos aye., nr. 20th: 2-story
house: 5 rooms: bath; street work all done; stone
. Our list comprises some of the best property in
the Mission. Lots of all sizes in any of the home-
steads; also good business corners in any part of
• the Mission. Call and get a list and prices.
If you want your vacant houses rented place
them with us.
L. A. SOUC & CO., 465 and 467 Valencia st., near
SOL GETZ & BROTHER,
REAL ESTATE OWNERS,
Room A, first floor, Crocker building.
Corner Market and Montgomery streets.
Headquarters for Park lots.
Railroads assure San Francisco's prosperity.
Bargains in lots. Call on us, the owners.
Q 1 A A $150. $200 TO $500 FOR PARK LOTS
OXUI/. near ocean, park or Strawberry Hill;
only $25 down and $5 monthly.
SOL GETZ & ERO., room A, Crocker building.
Q JAA $500, $600 TO $1100 FOR GRADED
' "iUv/. lots, ready to buiM on; north ami south
of the park, near the electric-cars; on very easy
Icrms. . .-.■- — • -•-' —■■■■■:
SOL GETZ £ BRO., room A. Crocker building.
■qTTIA TO $350 FOB BUILDING LOTS
O-LV-'U near Mission st. and electric-cars; only
$10 down and $5 monthly.
SOL GKTZ & BRO.. room A. Crocker building.
Call for maps and diagrams.
6OL GETZ & BRO., Owners,
Room A, first floor. Crocker buildins.
Cor. Market and Montgomery.
Q9l f\f\Cl INCOME PROPERTY, $225 PER
X.UUI". month; larse corupr lot, 56x275:
Improvements, cottages and flats within 5 blocks
of new City Hall and Postoflice; $10,000 can re-
main on mortgage: only $7000 cash required ; bal-
ance in city or country property; income will pay
off mortgage. Address Property, box 85, Call Office.
C» 17- LOT 25x80 FEET, NEAR MISSION
O-L i '' . street.
3700— 5-room modern cottage: lot 25x130; half
■ block rom car line; half cash.
-. Four f.v.19. near 6th and Howard; lot 25x80 feet;
remsS44; $4300. Other bargains; free circulars.
SPECK'S, 30 Montgomery st.
4 "room cottage home on moulton, NR.
Conco, Sunnvside, city; cheap; easy terms; see
It. MCCARTHY'S, 646 Market st.
ARGAIN; $1450; 2-STORY 7-ROOM COT-
tase ■'. Holly Park; corner lot; 50x50; can be
■ bought for small payment down: balance same as
rent. CADENAhsSO A- CO., 512 Montgomery st.
mWO ENGLISH COTTAGES, 7 ROOMS EACH;
! X intr-rior must be seen to be appreciated; view
from rear windows unsurpassed: will be sold at a
bargain. 1010 and 1012 Broderick st.
' ATEW MODERN HOUSE OF 10 ROOMS; FINE-
-L\ ly decorated; will be sold cheap. 1929 Oak St.,
near Shrader; easy terms.
TVANTED-FOK CASH. CHEAP LOTS NOTHR
VV and south of the park. S. P., box 180, Call
. , - .)'A SEE THOSE HANDSOME NEW
»7>O--'JV.'. flats; McAllister St., bet. Baker and
Lyon: owner on premises Sunday. L. FRIED-
LANDER, 429 Montgomery st.
AND LOT ; 4 ROOMS: BATH ; CHEAP.
Apply J. GRAHAM, 27th and Alabama sts.
OUSES FOR SALE ON SMALL MONTHLY
payments: loans made on San Francisco real
estate. LOUIB BLANK, 214 Pine st., rms. 58 & 59.
"5 I H(\f\ HOUSE, 6 BOOMS: BARN, ETC.,
tJ)X I W. in Berkeley; lot 100x100, with creek.
£5250— House, 7 rooms; fine corner; 120x135,
$1000— Fine corner; 40x100; macadamized ; $100
down, $100 yearly.
CHAS. A. BAILEY, 46 Market St., or Berkeley
COUNTRY REAL ESTATE.
COLONY LANDS, IN TRACTS OF 4000 TO
\J 100 000 acres; adjacent to rail and water trans-
portation; at exceptionally low prices; and moder-
ate priced bay county homes a specialty.
CfT ACRES, THE LATE COUNTRY HOME OF
00 a deceased gentleman, the choice of the Rus-
sian River Valley, 3 hours from this city, adjoining
depot; 32 acres fi:ll-bearing fruit and vines ;modern
9-room, hard-finished boas* and first-class farm
buildfnrs: a beautiful place that cost $9000 before
fruit orvlne3 were planted, is now offered by the
administrator for the low price of $5500, half cash.
"I OVELY PLACE OF 19 ACRES. SUITABLE
XJ for summer residence or poultry ranch; one of
the hntst views in the State; $1000 cash.
99 ACRES; 30 MINUTES FROM DEPOT: 40
— — miles out: 11 acres fruit and vines; 7 acres
■ forest; horse, farm tools and poultry; $1500 cash.
TO EXCHANGE; BANK PROPERTY -A
1 number of high-class ranches at half their value
for good Income city or Oakland property.
BOVEE, TOY & CO., 19 Montgomery st.
fiONTEA COSTA COUNTY LAND FOR SALE;
\J -send for list. D. J. WEST, Martinez, Cal.
iJoR SALE OR EXCHANGE; PRICE RE-
-1 duced from $8000 to $1000; a fine place near
consisting of 26 acres, all finely improved;
Bet oat to olives, oranges and grapes; good house of
8 rooms: stable: water free. The place being In
in;*- order, no work will be required this season
except cultivating: will exchange for city property.
EDWIN K. ALSIP & CO., No. 9 Rotunda, Mills
building, S. F. •
Qj I -,(\(\ CHICKEN AND FRUIT RANCH:
■ • nj\J. improved; stock and tools; 105 acres;
'*'» miles from San Francisco; near railroad town.
Inquire ADAMS' store, Ashby station, Berkeley.
Ql "TO LET— NEAR LOS GATOS, HOUSE
«S)Xu. 4 furnished rooms, with horse and buggy.
2308 Harrison st., bet. Twentieth and Twenty-first.
6 ACHE LITTLE HOME ON EIGHT YEARS'
_credi:. D. H. TWINQ, Sonoma City, Cal.
V If) ACRE LITTLE HOME, ONE-HALF MILE
-»-y from town; two-thirds in fruit and vines,
balar h In vegetables; Al land, with running
££££ s° od buildings and personal property;
gjOOO: half cash. D.H. TWING, Sonoma City, Cat.
99 ACRES; 80 MINI PR Oil DEPOT; 40
*J-J milpsout; 11 acres fruit and vines: 7 acres
-lon-st; noise, farm tools and poultry; $1500 cash.
A (if) ACRES TO LEASE-ALAMEDA COUN-
TLUV/ty; springs; house; partly fenced: large
Broad7ay,SaKd: year - U t.»ALSBUBY.IOO2
COUNTRY REAL ESTATE— Continued.
} EXCHANGE FOR CLOTIIING^I4O ACRES
XJ unimproved land; part can remain at interest.
Box 478, Santa Clara, Cal. ■
IF 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 6 or 7 years, apply at. 826 Montgomery st.,
BARG A I X 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.
711 AND 20 ACRE PIECES— AI FOR CHICK-
-4 i en ranches: on 8 and 10 years' credit ; $25,
$30, $70 and $100 per acre; within 1 mile of town.
D. H. TWING, Sonoma City, Cal.
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.
Dalrv for sale with or without cows.
SYNDICATE INVESTMENT COMPANY, 64
and 65. Chronicle buildlne.
\ WEEK'S NEWS FOR 5 CENTS — THE
A WEEKLY CALL. In wrapper, for mailing.
~ OAKLAND REAL ESTATE.
mHOMAS REAL ESTATE BROKER,
X REAL ESTATE BROKER,
628 MARKET bT. TELEPHONE 5422.
EAST OAKLAND, FRUITVALE AND SAN
LEANDRO ROAD BARGAINS.
AHA 120x140; EAST 16TH ST., NEAR
<JSXUUU. Fruitvale aye.: 2-story house of 13
rooms, bath, etc. ; make offer.
C>l PA A 80x140; EAST 16Tn ST., NEAR
S)±OUU. Fruit vale aye.; make offer.
' CM OAA 29:6x245 FEET; COR. HOWARD
tjIJIUU. and East 16th sts.; make offer.
OPf)(\ 24:8x125 FEET; W. LINE OF
CU" I \J . Fruitvale aye., 76 feet S. from East 16th
si. ; make oner.
©I OAA 63:9x140 FEET: SE. LINE OF
| tjPl^ulFU. East 22d St., 113:6 feet SE. from 19th
I aye. ; make offer.
©7'AA 7 ACRES on san leandro
C 1 I O\J\J. road, adjoining Half-way House;
make offer. _
CJOoHH 200 FEET ON SAN LEANDRO
C — OUU.|road by 122 feet on Henry st. and 140
feet on Cora St., Fitchburg station ; make offer.
<2»£AA LOT 1, BLOCK B, TEACHERS'
<ipUUU. Tract, cor. Carrisson and Mable sts., in
Lorin; make offer. THOMAS McMAHON.
CMX A CASH— FRUITVALE HOME, OVER
<3?"lUv/ the mortgage of $1600, which runs 7
yean; new house; all modern; rented $18. C. K.
KING, 902 Broad Oakland. ■ ■
T HAVE 8 EVE CASH CUSTOMERS FOR
X homes in different parts of the city; also many
fine properties for exchange; send description at
once. F. C. WATSON, 463 Ninth St., Oakland.
CQSAA C. P. KERN £ CO., CENTRAL
tJiJ\J\J . Bank building, Oakland, have just
completed a fine modern 8- room house; corner lot;
10 minutes to Fourteenth-st. local; will sell; easy
©O^fi/l OWNER REFUSED 1 YEAR AGO
<£■— OUU. $4000; 2-story 10-room house in 2
flats, with modern conveniences; lot 45 feet front-
age on one of the main streets, but a short distance
from the center of the city; street work, sidewalks
and sewerage all done: cement driveways, barn,
carriage-shed, etc. ; $1500 can remain on mortgage,
or mo: if necessary; death in family compels sac-
rifice; this will only be offered at this price for one
week: first come first served. J. S. MYERS, 1002
STfifl $50 CASH; BALANCE $10 PER
O I \J\J. month; lot 40x172, on street 100 feet
v. Ide, macadamized and sewered; lot also fronting
on another street; electric cars passing the lot;
walking distance of local train. W. E. BARNARD
it SON., 458 Ninth st., Oakland.
9 A PER MONTH AND NOTHING DOWN
: C*— U for a 5-room modern cottage, well located.
Apply to ALDEN & GARFIELD, 902 Broadway,
O LET— IN OAKLAND, $50. BEAUTIFUL
home: house 10 rooms; large corner lot; stable
and yard for horse and cow; 1 block to electric line
and convenient to local station; one of the finest
residence locations. R. M. ANTHONY, 466 Ninth
M ONE'S TO JOAN— SIOO,OOO ON IMPROVED
Oakland business or residence property only
at 7^j per cent. Apply to CLOUGH & BAKER,
1002 Broadway, Oakland.
CaEAP HOMES; 5325, $500, $750, $850, $1000.
\J LODGE A POWELL, Fruitvale station. ;i • =
"l\r ANTED— 50 HEAD OF SMALL MULES,
'■ 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.
BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE" PROPERTY
sold on easy terms; small payment down or ex-
changed. E. E. BUNCE. 1008 Broadway, Oakland.
jj. -1 Cf aaa ABA : A IN— l l BB PROP-
£pX<Li.\J\J\J, erty on San Pablo aye.: 125 feet
frontage. Apply to J. W. MOSS, 958 Broadway,
TTipn SALE— OFFER WANTED FOR A LARGE
"J:' residence and grounds on the heights, East Oak-
land, near Borax Smith's palatial residence, to dose
an estate. BENEDICT & CO., 457 Ninth Bt.,
T OOKI $150— LOTS IN FRUITVALE ONLY
XJ $1 cash and $1 a week; buy a home and save
your small earnings ; the new railroad will double
values in Oakland. H. B. PINNEY, 902 Broad-
"«rir*>l W1 HOUSE. 5 ROOMS. IN BERKELEY;
*$>XZi\J\J. lot 40x100; one-third cash.
$400— Lot 40x100: $50 down, $10 monthly; near
CHAS. A. BAILEY. Berkeley station, Berkeley.
»(7En CASH WILL BUY A NICE 6-ROOM
♦5 4 '}'.' cottage, worth S2<>oo. leaving a mort-
gage of $1000. Address \VM. P. TODD, 1008
Broadway, o a ' l&nd.
ALAMEDA REAL ESTATE.
XJ electric cars and park. Inquire 1251 College
OR IMMEDIATE SALE, NEAR SCHOOL
and station; $2250; $150 cash; $25 monthly;
new 5-room cottage and bath.
$2650— 5100 cash; $25 monthly: 37x100; s-
room cottage and hath.
$3150— 5200 cash; $30 monthly; new cottage 7
rooms and bath.
$3250— 550 cash: $35 monthly; 38x100; corner
house in fine condition; 8 rooms and bath.
Houses to rent from $10 up; open Sundays and
holidays. MARCUSE & REMMEL, Bay-street
station, Alameda, and 628 Market St., San Fran-
"C*7*AA LOT 50x150: $50 CASH, $10 MONTH-
r*\)\.l\J* ly; 3 blocks from Bay-st. station; a bar-
gain ; see us quick. MACDONALD, MOTT & CO.,
1422 Park St., Alameda.
A LAMEDA PROPERTY— BUY, RENT, SELL
A or exchange bargains. Call on WILL BURN-
HAM & CO., 1355 Park st., Alameda, and BURN-
HAM & MARSH CO., 428 Montgomery St., H. F.
A LAMEDA BARGANS, FOR CASH AND IN-
x\- stallments— Houses to let in all parts of Ala-
meda. H. P. ?.!f>R_EAL & CO., 1432 Park st.
BERKELEY REAL ESTATE.
EKF^A BARGAIN; 7-ROOM HOUSrTTs
lots: only $2000. JOS. J. MASON, D wight-
QrAA NEW HOUSE OF 8 ROOMS: LARGE
OyuU, corner lot near station and school;
street work all done : a bargain. JOS. J. MASON,
Dwight-way station, Berkeley. -
—O RASMUSSEN, Twenty-fourth and Rhode
OASTURAGE FOR KORSES AND CATTLE.
X Moraga Land Association, Chronicle building.
FOB BALE— B HORSES, WEIGHING 1460 TO
1800. at cor. Fourth and Brannan sts.
UST ARRIVED— CARLOADS OF HORSES
0 weighing from 1000 to 1700 pounds; suitable
for truck, wagon and road horses. G. LINDAUER,
Union Stables, 862 Howard st.
ORSES PASTURED; $2 A MONTH; SEND
for circular. F. A. HYDE, 630 Commercial st-
"l C\f\ BKTB SECOND-HAND HARNESS; ALL
IUU kinds; second-hand wagons, buggy, carts:
also 20 cheap horses. Fifteenth and Valencia Bts.
WAGONS AND CARRIAGES.
H" ACK AND HARNESS FOB SALE CHEAP,
Inquire room 53, 906 Broadway, Oakland.
A LL~ KINDS OF SECOND-HAND WAGONS
J\. for sale cheap. 924 Bryant st.
I~~^OR SALE— CHEAP; BAY TEAM, FINE,
1 nearly new top Larktn roekaway, one set Mo-
Kerron No. 1 rockaway harness. Apply Nevada
Stables, 1350 Market st.
OBSE, HARNESS AND WOODEN TO
wagon. 112214 Folsom st.
FINE BAKERY AND LAUNDRY WAGONS,
rockaway. buggies: also hack. 828 Harrisoi,.
A ty ; collections, damages, wills, deeds, etc. G. W.
HOWE, Att'y-at-law, 850 Market St., cor. Stockton.
AMES K. BOSS, ATTORNEY-AT-LAwT
Mills building, seventh floor, room 16.
"ITT W. DAVIDSON, ATTORNEY-
If . California st., rma. 14-15; advice free.
JoHN R. AITKEN, ATTORNEY- AT-LAW, RS.
J 16 and 17. 402 Montgomery hi., cor. California.
A^E7^R^?TcliETp^pi^Ajcl^ : o~s?oT?E r y6^m
O furniture, etc. LUNDY FURNITURE COM-
PAN Y. 818 Mission it.
1" FURNITURE, PIANOS AND OTHER MEK-
J? cbandlse received on storage; money advanced
on consignments; lire-proof building. 410 Post st...
above Powell. ' -■■••■--..:--
— TOR AGE OF FURNITURE, PIANOS, HOUSE-
O bold goods, etc. J. M. PIERCE, 735 Market st.
THIRST-CLASS STORAGE : ADVANCES MADE
T 421-423 Market st. CHAS. L. TAYLOR.
nHEAPEST AND" BEST IN AMKRICA-THE
Kj WEEKLY CALL, sent to any address in the
United states or Canada one year for $1 60, post-
age tree. —. 1
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 1895.
HOUSES TO LET.
OUSeTroOMsTwITH LOT AND STABLE;
cor. Potrero aye. and Army St.; rent $15. G.
H. UMBSEN & CO. ,
[OUSE OF 11 ROOMS AND BATH; RE-
L duced to $45. 437 Eddy st. G. H. UMBSEN
901 7 CALIFORNIA— ROOMS, BATH; HOT
-vl-l airiurnace: One yard.
Q-~t A 8 ROOMS: YARD; CELLAR. 37 DORE
»Q)XU. St., off Harrison, bet. Ninth and Tenth.'
99 X FULTON— TENEMENT OF 3 ROOMS;
JJZiO rent $10.
14-10' ELLIS-HOUSE; 7 ROOMS; BATH;
XTtXt/a rent $20. Apply 626 Eddy st.
T7IOB BENT— A MODERN HOUSE WITH ALL
x conveniences and a fine marine view. Apply
2115 Pacific aye., bet. 1:30 and 4:30 p.m. Rent
T^OR RENT FOR $50 PER MONTH— A FINE
X bouse of 12 rooms; 3 acres of land ; at San An-
selmo: house to be put in thorough condition.^ Ap-
L <l> ;,l° EDWIN X - ALSIP & CO., 9 rotunda, Mills
building, San Francisco.
OUSE OF 7 ROOMS, WITH ALL MODERN
Improvements. 733 Turk st.
IAH VALENCIA-6 ROOMS AND BATH;
111 water free: rent $17.
Houses; HOUSES, houses, HOUSES,
To rent, to rent, to rent, to rent, to rent, to rent.
BALDWIN <fc HAMMOND, 10 Montgomery st.
FOR SALE AND FLAT TO LET i^TrEAT^BAR^
X gain; account of departure; elegantly furnished
7-room flat; 5 minutes from Kearny st.; first-class
in every way. Address W., box 99, this office.
IM ' H NISHED" LOWER FLAT TO LET; . 6
X rooms and bath; grand piano; billiard-table.
pOMFORTABLE HOME: 6 ROOMS; BATH;
\J piano: garden; etc. 1517 Golden Gate aye.
ELEGANT FURNISHED HOUSE OF 14
-Hi rooms and bath ; Franklin St., near O'Farrell ;
as owner la leaving town, can be had cheap.
UMBSEN <£ CO., "4 Montgomery st. _^
cottages to let.
«jJ)J- I . for 3 horses. 42 Julia St., near Minna.
<£*7 4-ROOM COTTAGE, OUTHOUSES AND
tJJ) 1 . garden on cor. Laidley and Mateo sts., Fair-
POTTAGE 5 ROOMS, BATH: ROUGH BASE-
V ment; large yard. 725 Twenty-first St., bet.
Valencia and Guerrero; key.
/COTTAGE 5 ROOMS, BATH, BASEMENT;
\J stable for 2 horses. 120 Fillmore st.
pOTTAGE 3 SUNNY ROOMS; FURNISHED
\J or unfurnished. 3021 Pine st.
~i 10 ai : 1. : 5 ROOMS AND BATS; ON GEARY.
\J Apply 2428 Geary st.
J>Q COTTAGE 4 ROOMS: 2 BLOCKS FROM
<JpO. Mission-st. cars. Apply 360 Jessie st.;
99 THIRTEENTH NEAR HOWARD; FINE
00 bay-window cottage; 4 rooms, bath and base-
pOTTAGE; 4 ROOMS; MODERN IMPROVE-
\J menrs; garden; yard 1831 O'Farrell st.
UNNY COTTAGES; 4 AN d'mSoOMS ;4B ATH,
basement, yard. Cor. Dolores and Fifteenth sts.
FLATS TO LET.
~\- % 80nable. Key 217y3 : _
ROOMS: UPPER FLOOR. 82 EVERETT ST.,
©7 TO $20; MODERN SUNNY FLATS; 3 TO
<4> I 7 rooms. SPECK'S, 30 Montgomery st.
"cTTt nice sunny flat, with bath.
Ox!. 17 Garden, or speck's.
Q»Q FLAT; 4 ROOM; NO CHILDREN. 1123
<3>O. Vallejo st., nr. Leavenworth. , .
1 foni HOWARD— FLAT. 7 ROOMS, BATH:
XXOU4 all modern conveniences.
m" PAGE— LOWER FLAT FIVE SUNNY
rooms and ba^h.
1 A9l VALENCIA— FLAT, 7 NICE SUNNY
xrx^iX rooms: bath; good location for roomers.
BOOMS AND BATH; WATER FREE; 113
Sullivan st., near Stanyan ; rent $16. ■
TVTEW . SUNNY FLAT 4 BOOMS: LARGE
IN yard. 52 Norfolk, bet. 11th - 12th, off Harrison.
T7ILAT6ROOMS: ALL MODERN IMPROVE-
JJ ments; rent cheap. 331 a Oak st.
SO NNY FLAT OF 6 BOOMS AND BATH. 288%
IJ Sixth st.
TNVALID OR NERVOUS PERSON CAN HAVE !
X handsome unfurnished flat for $10; quiet and
healthy; good attendance. Address 8., box 108,
\TEWIiY PAPERED SUNNY FLAT OF 3
i.\ rooms; $12; water free. 358 Third st.
Cl-a TAYLOR — BEAUTIFUL FLAT ; 6
*) I «J rooms and bath; low rent; open all day.
ELEGANT SUNNY FLAT" 7 ROOMS, BATH;
XJ beautifully papered and frescoed. 713 Grove.
L ATS, FLATS, FLATS, FLATS, FLATS,
' To rent, to rent, to rent, to rent, to rent, to rent.
BALDWIN & HAMMOND, 10 Montgomery st.
■ "' HOUSEKEEPING JROOMSs.
it I f connecting housekeeping rooms; no children.
1 QOA STOCKTON— B OR 8 NICE SUNNY*
XOJL'J rooms furnished for housekeeping; cheap.
QQQ MISSION — LARGE FRONT SUNNY
OOP housekeeping rooms; well furnished.
IAI JACKSON, NR. MASON— 2 SUNNY
XUXO front housekeeping rooms; 2 beds; $14.
1 1 Q EDDY— NEWLY FURNISHED SUNNY '
110 rooms; also housekeeping, $5 up.
7. i Ql POST— 3 SUNNY FURNISHED ROOMS
O-LO2 complete far housekeeping; reasonable.
.;.>- FIFTH— CLEAN, FURNISHED HOUSE-
»J— •) keeping unfurnished rooms; $6 up.
1-191 HOWARD-LARGE, SUNNY, FRONT
XrxiJX alcove room ; light housekeeping if desired.
Jo A TEHAMA— I OR 2 SUNNY ROOMS FUR-
tt— "i nished for housekeeping.
"l A TWELFTH, NEAR market— sunny
X\J connecting rooms, furnished; low rent.
7/IQI MINNA — FURNITURE OF 8 ROOMS
I orOiS complete for housekeeping, $40; rent $8.
m~ ELEVENTH — SUNNY Y\V I M ) O \V
suite; furniture and carpets new; every
convenience for housekeeping; bath, gas stove, etc.
y-j LARKIN — PLEASANT HOUSEKEEP-
XX O Ing rooms; also single; gas and bath; rent
C|la PAGE-3 NEWLY FURNISHED AND
ull connecting sunny housekeeping rooms with
private American family in new upper flat; rent
OS Q MINNA— 9 SUNNY BOOMS FOKtIOUSE-
±dOO keeping; rent $10; 1 nice iarge room.
T ARGE SUNNY FURNISHED BACK PAR-
XJ lor; light housekeeping; $7. 525 Folsom.
71 9 FRANKLIN— 3 ROOMS BATH, PAN-
I JLZi try; completely furnished for housekeeping; ',
I QA7 STOCKTON — NICE FURNISHED
lOU I rooms to let for housekeeping; rent cheap.
1 £. 7 SEVENTH — SUNNY FRONT ROOMS
XO I for housekeeping; $8 and f 10.
9 1 I FIFTH— 3 LARGE ROOMS COMPLETE
£nLX for housekeeping; bath attached.
9*V-il CALIFORNIA — 8 ELEGANT FUR-
£iOQX nished rooms for housekeeping; cheap.
, I . ) Q GEARY-FURNISHED HOUSEKEEP-
tt^iO Ing rooms; also single.
Cl A THIRD, COR. SOUTH PARK— LIGHT
OXV sunny room for housekeeping.
79c BRANNAN, ABOVE sixth— sunny
I £O kitchen and bedroom, furnished: $8.
QA9 GEARY— 2 OB MORE SUNNY UNFUR-
O\J~j nished rooms; also furnished; gas; bath.
Q99 I FRONT FURNISHED HOUSE-
*j£i£i keeping suites, $9, $12; single, 1, $1 25.
7"! I WEBSTER — LARGE PARLORS AND
I XX kitchen, furnished or unfurnished.
1 (* SOUTH PARK— SUNNY CORNER: TWO
ID well furnished housekeeping rms.; very cheap.
OO] EDDY— FIVE UNFURNISHED ROOMS
00 X for housekeeping.
A C)r SIXTH-TWO SUNNY, furnished
J — bouse&eeplug rooms; rent reasonable.
"I AO ASH AYE. — TWO UNFURNISHED
XUO rooms. • "
77 NINTH— 2 OR 3 FURNISHED ROOMS
• I for housekeeping.
1 1 flPv TWENTY-FIRST— 2 . UNFURNISHED
XXUt> parlors: kitchen furnished; $14; call 12.
OIQ KLIN— 3 ROOMS, COMPLETE FOR
jljXO housekeeping; no children.
MINNA — FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
t/ttU housekeeping; large yard.
QzlQ HOWARD— BACK AND front PAR-
fJ~i.O lors; nicely furnished for housekeeping.
A()(i SIXTH— NICELY FURNISHED ' ROOMS
tr^Jt/ for housekeeping.
OA7 WEBSTER— UPPER FLOOR 3 UNFUR-
O\J I nished rooms and bath; $10.
1 on- *'OLSOM, > K." FOURTEENTH—
XOUtJ large connecting rooms and kitchen;
unfurnished; no children; rent $14.
STOCKTON — NICE HOUSEKEEPING
rooms; $8 to $12 a month. :
TOO GOLDEN GATE AYE.— 3 ELEGANT
TiOju furnished house-keeping rooms: alsosingle.-
ERARD HOUSE, 142 BE — FUR-
vJ nished rooms, single and double, housekeeping.
1 QAQ POLK— ROOMS, FURNISHED OR UN-
IOUO furnished, suitable for business; rent low.
()' PEARL, OFF MARKET— TWO SUNNY
—•) rooms. - \ ■. ■
1 99 TURK— SUNN P.OOMS, SINGLE OR EN
IZi^ unite. $6 up; restaurant attached. -
ROOMS to LET.
XjU room for married couple, or music teacher,
with use of piano. ; .
AAC\± JESSIE— 3 ROOMS IN REAR UP-
9 A MINT AYE., COR. JESSIE ST.—
+J'i furnished sunny rooms from $6 to $9. ;■
I OI SIXTH— CHEAPEST IN CITY; NICELY
, Xii-1 furuiaUed suuuy single and douMtrr.oQ.iaa.
ROOMS TO LET— Continued.
<__ nished rooms; cheap to small family.
GUERRERO— SB; TO NICE PARTY;
XX«JX no children: 3 rooms, bath, porch, water.,
17OQ MISSION— FOR RENT, A NICE CLEAN
(DO furnished room ; ?5 a month.
7A/1 HOWARD— FINE FRONT SUITES OR
I U"± single furnished; cheap; transient.
9Q PAGE— 2 LARGE UNFURNISHED ROOMS,
ZO suitable for light housekeeping; jrent $10.
Tat d LARKIN - 1 SUNNY FURNISHED
IUxO room; ?s.__ . ' ;
*7A& DOLORES, NEAR TWENTIETH— 3 FUR-
i UO nished rooms; cheap rent.
TO SOUTH PARK— SUNNY FRONT ALCOVE
ID rooms, $8 and $10; single, $ 5.
« ROOMS IN GOOD ORDER, 310 EIGHTH ST.,
1 rent $12; also 3 large rooms, rent $10. 310
Eighth st. '■■-.
Q9l TURK— LARGE FRONT SUITE, PRI-
O-iX vate family; alsofeingle room.
COQ GOLDEN GATE ELEGANTLY
«J^jO furnished large alcove suite; private fam-
ily: «20. :
MISSION, BET. FIFTH AND SIXTH—
<JO\) Sunny furnished front rooms.
idCi FOLSOM-DOUBLE FRONT FURNISH-
I UU ed sunny room; rent cheap.
"I Ol Q POLK — UNFURNISHED SUNNY
XZiXi) suite, suitable for dressmaking or dentist.
rnHE MARSHALL, COR. LAGUNA AND Mo
X Allister— All sunny suites and single; splendid
table; rates reasonable. MRS. J. B. MARSHALL.
■yOSEMITE HOUSE, 1015 MARKET, BET.
X Sixth and Seventh— Single and suites; per
night, 35c to ?1; week, $1 50 to $5; families.
CHATBWOBTH, 703 SUTTER — SUNNY,
handsomely furnished rooms; bath; good ser-
vice; reasonable. . i •
A RLINGTON HOUSE, 127 KEARNY—
_:_. ant sunny rooms, en suite and single; flrsfclasa
In every respect ; terms reasonable. •
THE SHERMAN APARTMENT-HOUSE; 129
new sunny rooms; strictly respectable; half
price of best hotels with equal accommodations;
very central. 28 Eighth St., near Market.
15OAKDING AND ROOMS.
fiOio~EB©Y^DNNY FBONT RMsTTiuiTES
U.-.U and single; best board: reasonable.
AryY~wo^n]D^^niE^ro ; M
J girl for company from 6 to 7 years old: will be
allowed to go to school; orphan preferred. Address
S., box 89, (nil Office. ■
ANTED— TAKE CHARGE OF CHILD; A
Y» good home to any wishing to put out a child;
terms reasonable. Apply Call Oflice. •
ADY WISHES CARE OF A CHILD. AP-
J ply 324* Tenth st.
stores to let.
OO cheap rent; key 23. I ■ .-. # -■■_
TORE SUITABLE FOR SALOON OR RES-
taurant on city front. Apply Call Office.
(j_-j 7 NEW STORE, 3 ROOMS, YARD; REAR
«J>X I . entrance. 911 Folsom, near Fifth.
(J.IA STORE AT 321 NOE ST., NR. MAR-
<pIU. ket. -
TO LET— CORNER SUITABLE FOR DRUG-
store; near Howard and Tenth sts. G. H. UMB-
BEN A CO., 14 Montgomery st.
OFFICES to LET.
T^ARGE^ ELEOANT 1 OFFICIS ON 1 FIRST
XJ floor. Montgomery, near Market. UMBSEN
_ CO., 14 Montgomery st. !
91 7 GEARY— 3 OFFICE ROOMS, KEY 217
_-X I rear. "
DESK ROOM AT ROOM 6, SIXTH FLOOR,
running sore on side. Return tol7loy 2 Church.
T OST— SMALL RED PURSE MONDAY ON
J.J Oakland boat Bay City: moueyandkey. Re-
J Oakland boat Bay City: money and key. Re-
turn to S. P. ticket ofltce at ferry; reward.
LOS KIN OLE GREYHOUND. RETURN
XJ to 311 Fourth St.: reward.
La"ck"Xn!> WIHTK COW. C. irASIIENGEN,
X> Koscinsko St.. mar Caaon aye., Hoily Park.
sets of teeth are made to please or no charge;
on bridges, crowns and gold plates prices reduced;
small gold fillings only >-: painleus extraction.
ANY TOOTH FILLED OR v EXTRACTED '
painlessly by my secret method without dan-
gerous cocaine or gas; won 8 first prizes; prices rea-
sonable; work warranted; all operations expertly
done; remember I have removed from 6 to 20
O'Farrell st. Dlt. GEORGE W. LEEK
DR. J. J. LEEK, 1 FIFTH— OPEN EVENINGS,
and Sunday until noon.
D~ B. C. E. BLAKE'S INDESTRUCTIBLE
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 cold.
THE HIGHEST ART IN DENTISTRY.
Prices moderate. Ofllco 405 Butter, _r. Stockton.
PROOMETFeNTAL ASSOCIATION, 769 MAR-
\J ket, bet. 3d and 4tn, gas specialists: only reli-
able agent for paimess extraction: artificial teeth
frm ; fillings from $1 ; extracting 50c, with gas $1. j
DR. BEA, 9 SIXTH ST.; ALL DENTAL WORK
at lowest prices ana warranted ; open evenings
flg'7 A SET FOR TEETH: WARRANTED AS
«lp I good as can be made ; filling $1. DR. SIMMS,
dentist, 930 Market st., next Baldwin Theater.
A LL WORK SEASONABLE AND WARRANT-
J\. cd. DR. J. W. KEY, 1122 Market st.
R. H. G. YOUNG. BRIDGES AND TEETH
without plates a specialty. 1841 Polk st.
DB. LUDLUM HILL, 1443 MARKET ST.,
near Eleventh; no charge for extracting when
plates are made; Old plates made over like new;
teeth from $8 per set; extracting 50c; gas given.
fioLTON DENTAL ASSOCIATION. 806 MAR-
Vj ket st. DR. CHARLES W. DECKER.
A WEEK'S NEWS FOR 5 CENTS— THE
J.\ WEEKLY CALL. in wrapper, for mailing.
SSIGNEE^S i "SA^S^^E^ UNDERSIGNED
x_- offers for sale the stock of merchandise, con-
sisting of groceries, hardware, boots and shoes,
clothing, furnishing goods, etc, and also the fix-
tures and book »<'cou«ta formerly belonging to
CHARLES SOLOMON, at Sebastopol, Sonoma
An Inventory is at the rooms of the Board of
Trade, 202 Market street, San Francisco, and also
at the store at Sebastopol, where the stock may be
All bids should be addressed to n. L. SMITH,
secretary of the Board of Trade, 202 Market street,
on or before SATURDAY, April 20, 1895, at 1
o'clock p. jr., and be accompanied by a certified
check for ten (10) per cent ot the amount bid, re-
turnable only In case of rejection. Right reserved
to reject any and all bids. Term scash, or approved
commercial paper. J. LEV! JR., Assignee. 1
TN~THE~SUPERIOR COURT OF THE CITY
X and county of San Francisco, State of Califor-
nia, Department No. 10.
In the matter of JULIUS KAZINSKY, in In-
Under and by virtue of the order of said Superior
Court, the undersigned, RiCHARD I. WIIELAN,
assignee of the estate of JULIUS KAZINSKY,
Insolvent debtor, will, on the 19th day of April,
1895, at 11 o'clock a. m., at the premises, 232
Montgomery avenue, In the city and county of San
Francisco, pursuant to said order, sell at public
auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, the follow-
ing described property, to wit: •
All the right, title and Interest of said JULIUS
KAZINSKY In and to one lot of groceries, general
merchandise, fixtures, etc., etc., etc.
■ R. I. WITELAN,
Assignee of said Insolvent.
Dated April 16, 1895.
TYPEWRITERS and supplies.
OR BEST~VaL^E^EtXca L?GR^!LPHTrT
lasts longest and does best work. NAYLOR,
agent, 19 Montgomery St.; rents; repairs; Mimeo-
gr-pha: supplies. ■• ■ . ■- • ■■■■- '
DELINQUENT sale notices.
t^li^que^t"""sale JfOTIOB — QOLBbS
XJ Eagle Mining Company— Location of principal !
place of business, San Francisco, California; loca-
tion of works, Devils Gate Mining District, Lyon '
Notice— There are delinquent upon the following
described stock, or. account of afls»Nsment (No. 1),
levied on the Bth day of January, 1895, th«
several amounts net opposite the names of the re- ;
■pee'lve shareholders/as follows:
Names. No. Cert. Sharps. Amount.
Morris Hoefllch.. 6 10,000 81,50000
H. M. Levy, Trustee. 7 20,000 3,00000
H. M. Levy, Trustee 8 1,000 150 00
H. M. Levy, Trustee 9 1000 150 00
H. M.. Levy, Trustee 10 l,0:)0 150 00
H. M. Levy, Trustee.. ...... 11 1,000 15000
H. M. Levy, Trustee .12 500 75 00
E. B. Holmes, Trustee... ...lB 20,000 3,000 00
E. B. Holmes, Trustee. .....l 9 7,000 1,185 00
E. B. Holmes, Trustee...... 20 595 149 25
ADd In accordance with law, »nd an order from \
the Board of Directors, made on the eighth day of
January, 1895, »t> many shares of each parcel of
such stock as may be necessary, will be gold at pub-
lic auction at the office of the company, room 50,
Nevada Block, No. 309 Montgomery street. San
Francisco, California, on MONDAY, the fourth
day of March, 1895, at the hour of 2 o'clock r. m.
of . said day, to pay said delinquent assessment
thereon, together with costs of advertising and ex-
penses of sale. •
E. B. HOLMES. Secretary.
Office— Room 50, Nevada Clock, No. 309 Hoafr
_o_iery street, San Francisco, California.
Notice is hereby given that by order of the Board
of Directors the date of the sale of delinquent stock
for assessment No. 1 Is hereby postponed to MON-
DAY, the 25th day of March, A. ._*. 1895, at the
same time and place. HO ____ g( 6ecmar/>
E. B. HOLMES, Secretary.
GOLDEN EAGLE MINING COMPANY.
FURTHER POST PON M
Notice Is hereby given that by order of the Board
of Directors the day of the sale of delinquent stock
for assessment No. 1 is hereby further postponed
to WEDNESDAY, the 24th day of April, A. D.
18S5, at the same time and place.
K. B. HOLMES, Secretary.
PIANOS. VIOLINS AND SHEET MUSIC.
Ha It b\' SEBASTIAN ~ERARD : DOUBLE
action and elegantly Bushed; • is found with
difficult anywhere; a nice selection is at present
exhibited by SHERMAN, CLAY & CO.
©inn ELEG ANT STEIN WAY ; QUITE
tJp.i-UV/. new; on installments. 221 Leavenworth.
\ NOTHER SURPRISE; AN EXCELLENT
A square piano, full size, $75; a nice large up-
right, $125, excellent tone and pood case; smaller
upright, $70. The J. DEWING CO., 2d floor
Flood building, Sole Agents for Hardmau, Chase
) ELEGANT CHICKERING PIANO AT LESS
li than half cost. Room 21, Flood building.
OPLENDID WEBER PIANO; ORDERED SOLD
O by owner, a music-teacher, for what it will
bring. Room 10. Flood building.
XTPRIGHT PIANO, STOOL AND SCARF: $70.
J Room 12, Flood building.
ARGAINS— PIANOS FROM $75 UP: ORGANS
$25. A. L. BANCROFT & CO.. 324 Post St.' .
A BETTER AND EASIER PLAN TO BUY A
good piano by renting. Bo careful to go to
KOIILER & CHASE'S, 28 and 30 O'Farrcll st.
ECKER BROS., STEIN WAY, FISCHER AND
XJ other first-class makes of pianos: little used;
cheap for cash or on easy terms. KOHLER &
CHASE, 28 and 30 O'Farrell st. __
TTEMME & LONG PIANO CO., 340 POST—
XL Pianos sold on installments; send for illus-
trated catalogue. - \
BARGAINS IN SECOND-HAND Pl-
lr anos at SHERMAN, CLAY & CO. 'S, cor. Kear-
ny and Sutter sts.
T3IANOS SOLD UPON NEW RENT CONTRACT
X plan; please call and have it explained; the
easiest terms ever quoted for procuring fine piano.
SHERMAN, CLAY A CO., cor. Kearny and Sutter.
EASY TERMS; LOW PRICES. KoHLER &
WG. BADGER, WITH EENJ. CURT AZ, 20
• O'Farrell, agent for Hallet and Davi pianos.
E\V ELEGANT UPRIGHTS, STANDARD
makes, almost new, half original cost; see at
once. F. W. SPENCER & CO., 721 Market st.
VAIS, 769 MARKET— SHEET MUSIC Vi
price; Decker & Son pianos. ■
YRON MA I ' V, 308 POST ST.— SOHMER,
Newby & Evans, Brings and other pianos.
STEIN WAY UPRIGHT: SLIGHTLY USED;
grand tone ; half-cost. SPENCER, 721 Market.
Sr 1■: I : \< > VIOLINS, ZITHERS, OLD NEW.
O 11. MULLER. maker, repairer. 2 Latham place.
MONEY TO loan.
±J collateral securities. TRAVERSE, 313 Mont-
BIG CAPITAL IN TRUST AT LESS THAN
bank rate; from $100 up; life insurance policy
Ist, 2d or chattel mortgages ; bankbooks; Park lots;
land across the bay. Capital, box 99, Call Office.
NY SUJSI DIAMONDS, ESTATES,
furniture, realty. SPECK'S, 30 Montgomery.
MONEY LOANED ON JEWELRY AND DIA-
ITI monds. Mills' building, fifth floor, room (5.
ADVANCES MADE ON HOUSEHOLD FUR-
-c\- nlture without removal, warehouse receipts
and other securities; lowest Interest. Room 68,
Douohoo building, cor. Market and Taylor.
<2_Qnn nnn aT6PKßCENtoncityand
»POV/U.UUI/ Oakland first-class business prop-
erty. A. SCHULLER, 508 Montgomery st.
02ST ANY SECURITY, AT LOW RATES; DEAL-
ing confidential. 43 Crocker building.
IST AND" 2D MORTGAGES, ESTATES,
pianoa,alimony;anysum. MUBPHY.62B Market.
MUNICIPAL LOAN OFFICE, CROCKER
building, room 57; telephone Main 5122.
ANY SUM OF MONEY ADVANCED OX
A your furniture, pianos or real estate; low rates:
call and state your proposition or write: open
evenings. J. XOOXAN, 1021 Mission st.
\l ONEY LOANED ON JEWELRY OTHER
i'l valuables at the Security Loan Bank, 1106
Market Bt., nr. Mason: private entrance 7 Turk.
College, 723 Market St.: diploma course $30.
UNIVERSITY GRADUATE WOULD TEACH
U college branches In a refined family for a home;
beat references. Address U. G., box 91, this office.
p REEK, LATIN, MODERN LANGUAGES,
VT mathematics, etc. ; students prepared for any
examination at reasonable rates. 14.333, Phelanbld.
fTIARR'S INST., 659 MARKT— BOOKKEEPING
-L taught in 6 weeks. We pledge ourselves to keep
free for 6 months books our graduates fail on.
NGLISH BRANCHES TAUGHT BY MISS
DILLON, 14 McAllister St., room 46.
"VTERTICAL AND POINTED HANDWRITING
V taught. C. EISENSCHIMEL, 235 Kearny.
■\fISSPAMPERIN-PIANO LESSONS; iJANCE
iVI music furnished; terms to suit. 1543 Mission.
BALD'S BUSINESS COLLEGE. 24 POST
Bookkpg, business practice, shorthand, typing,
electrical engineering, telegraphy, modern lan-
guages rapidly taught. Write for catalogue.
LILLIAN BEDDARD, THE ENGLISH AC-
Xi tress, conches ladies and gentlemen for the
dramatic profession ; appearances arranged. Shake-
spearean Academy, 406 Van Ness aye.
Si HOOL ELECTRICAL, CIVIL, MINING, ME-
O olif.nic.ll engineering, surveying, architecture,
assay; estab. '64. VAN PER NAILLEN.723Mkt.
A WEEK'S NEWS FOR 5 CENTS — THE
A WEEKLY CALL, FOR 5 CENTS — THE
WEEKLY CALL, in wrapper, for mailing.
-L given that default has been made in the pay-
ment of the sums secured by that certain Deed of
Trust made by THOMAS F. GEGAN 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 19th day of March,
1895, the undersigned trustees, on WEDNESDAY,
April 17, 1895, at the hour of twelve o'clock, noon
(12 m.) of that day, at the auction house of WILL
E. FISHER & CO., No. 14 Post street, in
the City and County of San Francisco,
State aforesaid, will sell at public auction, for
gold coin of the United States, the piece or
parcel of land situate in Oakland Township, County
of Alameda, State of California, described as fol-
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 (50) feet to a point; thence
northwesterly along a line parallel with said line
of Mather street one hundred and twenty-five (125)
feet to a point in the southeasterly, line of
Montgomery street; thence northeasterly along the
last-named line one hundred and fifty (150)
feet to a point; and thence southeasterly along a
line parallel with said line of Mather street two
hundred and fifty (250) feet and to 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.
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
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 other person may pur-
chase at said sale. Acts of sale at purchaser's ex-
Dated at San Francisco, March 23. 1 895.
S. C. BIGELOW, Trustee.
ARTHUR A. SMITH, Trustee.
The above sale Is hereby postponed to and until
WEDNESDAY, April 24, 1895, at the hour of 12
o'clock noon (12 m.) of that day, at the same place.
Dated at San Francisco, April 17. 1895.
S. C. hi (•: I, O\V, Trustee.
ARTHUR A. SMITH, Trustee.
TRUSTEES' SALE— IN ACCORDANCE WITH
X the terms and under the authority of
a certain deed of trust, duly executed by
WILLIAM MEHRTENS, LOUIS MEHRTEXs,
FREDERICK MEHRTENS and DANIEL
MEHRTENS, parties of the first part, to HENRY
C. CAMPBELL and THADDEUS B. KENT, trus-
tees, parties of the second part, and the SAN
FRANCISCO SAVINGS UNION, party of
the third part, dated January 5, 1889, and re-
corded in the office of the County Recorder of the
county of Tulare. State of California, in Liber 6 of
Trust Deeds, at pages 175 and following; and in
pursuance of a resolution passed on the 13th day
of December, 1894, by the Board of Directors of
said SAN FRANCISCO SAVINGS UNION, a cor-
poration, and the holder of the note (No. 9145), to
secure payment of which the aforesaid deed of
trust was executed, declaring that default had
been made In the payment of the principal sum
and other sums, due under said note and deed of
trust, and requesting and directing said HENRY
C. CAMPBELL and THADDKCS B. KENT, trust-
ees, to sell the real estate described therein to sat-
isfy said Indebtedness. ' '■ j
We, HENRY C. CAMPBELL and THAD-
DEUS B. KENT, trustees, do hereby give notice,
that on THURSDAY, the 25th day of April, A. D.
1895, at 12 o'clock m. of that day, and in front of
the Courthouse at Visalia, Tulwe County, State of
California, and through C. A. WILBUR, a duly
licensed auctioneer, we will sell at public auc-
tion to the highest bidder, for cash In gold coin
of the United States, all the pieces or parcels of
land situate in the county of Tulare, State of Cali-
fornia, described as follows, to wit:
According to the official plats and system of sur-
veys of the Government of the. United States:
In township eighteen (18) south, range twenty-
seven (27) cast, Mount Diablo base and meridian:
Of section thirty-four (34), the east half of I the
northeast quarter (E. %of NX. i/_) ; and the north
half of the southeast quarter (N. i/j of BE. 14).
In township nineteen (19) ' south, range twenty-
seven (27) east, Mount Diablo base and moridan :
Of section two (2), th.) northwest quarter (XW.
14), the south half of the northeast quarter (S. y%
or NE. 14), and lots one (1) and two (2): contain-
ing in all tour hundred and seven (407) acres of
land. .■ . ■ ' ."■..:; ; :-. .'..'■•■.; ■?: '-
Together with the appurtenances.
TERMS OF SALE— in gold coin of the
Unit States; ten per cent payable to the under-
signed on the fall of the hammer; balance on de-
livery of deed; and if not so paid, unless for want
of title (ten days being allowed for search), then
said ten per cent to be forfeited and the sale to be
void. Acts of sale at purchaser's expense.
HENRY C. CAMPBELL, IT_1 T _' M
THADDEUS B. KENT, / trustees.
"■^___ _ . TRUSTEES' . SALES.
rpRUSrEES' SALE-IN ACCORDANCE WITH
-L the terms and under the authority of a certain
deed of trust, duly executed -by WILLIAM
MEHRTEN'S, LOUIS MEHRTENS, FREDER-
ICK MEHRTENS and DANIEL MEHRTENS,
parties of the first part, to HENRY C. CAMPBELL
and THADDE US B. KENT, trustees, parties of the
second part, and the SAN FRANCISCO SAV-
INGS UNION, party of the third part, dated
April 28, 1687, and recorded in the office of the
County Recorder of the county of Tulare, State of
California, in Liber 2 of Trust Deeds, at pages 513,
and following: and in pursuance of a resolution
passed on the 13th day of December, 1894. by the
Board of Directors of said SAN FRANCISCO
SAVINGS UNION, a corporation, and the holder of
the notes (Noa. 8112 and 9145), t0 secure payment of
which the aforesaid deed of trust was executed,
declaring that default had been made in the pay-
ment of the principal sum and other sums due un-
der said not and deed of trust, and requesting
and directing said HENRY C. CAMPBELL and
THADDEUS B. KENT, trustees, to sell the real
estate described therein and not reconveyed to
satisfy said indebtedness, "sssssss
We, HENRY C. CAMPBELL and THADDEUS
B. KENT, trustees, do hereby give notice that on
THURSDAY, the 25th day of April, A. D. 1895, at
12 o'clock m. of that day, and in front of the Court-
house at Visali a, Tulare County, State of California,
and through C.A.WILBUR, a duly licensed auc-
tioneer, we will sell at public auction to the highest
bidder, for cash In gold coin of the United States,
all the pieces or parcels of land situate in the county
of Tulare, State of California, described as follows,
to wit: r'--.-s ■";•- -■-•■->-■ --
: According to the official plats and system of sur-
; veys of the Government of the United States:
in township eighteen (18) south, range twenty-
seven (27) east, Mount Diablo base and meridian:
I Of section eight (8), the west half (W. y 3 ); the
west half of the northeast quarter (W. y a of NE.
14), and the southwest quarter of the southeast
quarter (SW. 14 of SE. 1/4).
Of section sixteen (16), the whole.
• Of section seventeen (17), the south half (S. y%);
the southwest quarter of the northeast quarter
(SW. 14 of NE. Vi) ; the south half of the north-
west quarter (S. % of NW. 14), and the north-
east quarter of the northwest quarter (NE. 1/4, of
NW. Vi). \
Of section twenty-one (21), the east half (E. 1/2);
the northwest quarter (NW. 14); the north half of
the southwest quarter (N. 1/2 of SW. Vi), and the
southeast quarter of the southwest quarter (SE. Vi
of SW. 14). '
v Of section twenty-two (22), the southeast quar-
ter (SE. 14).
Of section twenty-four (24), the west half of the
west half (W. i/» of W. Ys)-
Of section twenty-six (26), the west half of the
southwest quarter (W. 1 i of SW. Vi).
Of section twenty-seven (27), the whole.
Of section thirty-three (33), the southwest quar-
ter (SW.i/ ).
Ofseotlon thirty-four (34), the west half of the
northeast quarter (W. i/ 2 of NE. 14), and the east
half of the northwest quarter (E. V 2 of N W. 14).
Of section thirty-five (35), the north half ot the
northwest quarter (N. V 2 of NW. 14.).
In township nineteen (19) south, range twenty-
seven (27) east, Mount Diablo base and meridian ;
Of section one (1), the whole.
Of section nineteen (19), the southeast quarter
Of section twenty-nine (29). the > southwest
quarter (SW. 1/4) and the west half of the north-
west quarter (W. i/ 2 of NW. 14).
Of section thirty (30), the north half (N. 2 ),
and of section thirty-one (31), the north half
- Containing in all five thousand one hundred and
ninety-four and twenty-three - one-huudredths
(5194.23) acres of land, more or less.
Saving and excepting then- from the following
described portions thereof, to wit:
A strip of land thirty-threw (33) feet wide In sec-
tions sixteen (16) and twenty-one (21), in town-
ship eighteen (IS) south, range twenty-seven (27)
east, Mount Diablo base and meridian, lying equal-
ly on each side of the following described line, to
wit: Commencing at a point twenty-one and 27-
-100 (21.27) chains east of the northwest corner of
said section sixteen (16), thence running in a
southerly direction through the northwest quarter
of said section sixteen forty-one and 86-100 (41.86)
chains, more or less, to a given point ;
thence running . through the west half of
the southwest quarter of said section sixteen (lfi)
in a southerly direction forty-one and 82-100
(41.82) chains, more or less, to a point: thence in
a southwesterly direction through the west half
of the northwest quarter of said section twenty-
one (21) thirty-six and 82-100 (36.82) chains,
more or less, to a point in the west line of said
section twenty-one (21) six and 22-100 (6.22)
chains north of the center line running east and
west through said section twenty-one (21), and
thence down the westerly line of said section
twenty-one (21) in a southerly direction to the
northwest corner of the south half of the south
half of said section twenty-one (21).
Also a strip of lan<l thirty-three (33) feet wide in
the southeast quarter of section nineteen (19), in
township nineteen (19) south, range twenty-seven
(27) east, Mount .Diablo base and meridian, lying
equally on each side of the following described line,
to wit: Commencing at a point twenty-two (22)
chains, more or less, east from the center of said
section nineteen (19), thence running in a south-
easterly direction to a point seven and 51-100
(7.61) chains, more or less, north of tho southeast
corner of said section nineteen (19).
Also a strip of land thirty-three ' (33) feet wide
in the northeast quarter of the southwest quarter
of section twenty-nine (29), in township nineteen
(19) south, range twenty-seven (27) east, Mount
Diablo base and meridian, lying equally on each
side of the following described line, to wit: Com-
mencing at a point twenty-seven (27) links, more
or less, west of the center of said section twenty-
nine (29); thence running in a southeasterly
direction to a point one and ninety one-hun-
dredths (1.90) chains south of the center of said
section twenty-nine (29). ■ . '-♦
And also a strip of land thirty-three (33) feet
wide in the northwest quarter of the northwest
quarter of said section twenty-nine (29), lying
equally on each side of the following described line,
to wit: Commencing at a point fifteen and fifty-
four one-hundredths (15.54) chains, more or less,
east of the northwest corner of said section twenty-
nine (29) ; thence running in a southeasterly di-
rection to a point five and sixty-five one-hundredths
(5.65) chains, more or less, south of the northeast
corner of the northwest quarter of the northwest
quarter of said section twenty-nine (29).
Together with the appurtenances.
TERMS OF SALE-Cash in gold coin of the
United States: ten per cent payable to the under-
signed on the fall of the hammer; balance on de-
livery of deed; and if not so paid, unless for want
of title (ten days being allowed for search), then
said ten per cent to be forfeited, and the sale to be
void. Acts of sale at purchaser's expense.
HENRY C. CAMPBELL, \^ m . t^
' THADDEUS B. KENT, } Tro stees.
TO LEASE. ~ ™
TO LEASE FOR A TERM OF YEARS— NEW
J- brick building: 30x160; 5 floors and basement;
764 Mission st., through 10 Jessie; 100 feet east of
Fourth. Address .1. W.. box 104. this office.
LAT~EST SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.
WEDNESDAY. April 17.
Stmr George W Elder, Lewis, 61 hours from Port
land; produce, to Oreeon RyandNavCo.
Schr Occidental, Brandt, 3 days from Eureka;
240 M ft lumber, to McKay & Co."
EUREKA— SaiIed Apr 17— Stmr Humboldt, for
FORT BRAGG— Arrived Apr 10— Stmrs Cosmop;
olis and Navarro, hence Apr 16.
PORTLAND— Per Geo W Elder— lo2 bdls hoop-
polos, 885 bdls hides, 100 cs salmon, 505 cs canned
vegetables, 200 stoves. 837 bdls shooks, 157 sks
horns and bones, 721 sks bran and shorts, 2579 sks
oats, 240 sks wheat, 5986 sks potatoes, 342 sks bar-
ley. 8580 sks flour.
HUENEME— Per Coos Bay— bxs butter.
Carpenterla B7 bbls a3phaUum.
Los Angeles— 23 bdls green calfskins.
East San Pedro— 7s bxs oranges, 1 saw.
San Pedro— 3lo bxs oranges.
Newpotr— 6o bbls wine, 110 bxs oranges, 1 cs
shoes. 44 bxs lemons.
1 Ventnra— B4 bxs lemons, 124 bxs oranges, Ibx
hardware. Ibx limes, l6 bis seaweed, soo sks beans,
16 sks d apples, 'I cs dry goods, 2 cs eggs.
Santa Barbara— 3 bxs butter, 31 bxs lemons.
Gaviota— l2 sks wool, 1 bdl pelts, 18 sks crawfish,
4 bells dry hides. \
Cayucos— l6l bxs butter, 11 cs eggs, 6 cans tal-
low, 19 cs cheese, 32 dressed calves, 8 bdls hides
and skins, 2 sks abalones, 13 bis seaweed.
Port Harford— 7 bxs fish. 2 dressed calves, 7cs
honey, 58 bxs butter, 19 cs cheese, 11 cs eggs.
San Simeon— 4o tubs 141 bxs butter, 2cs eggs, 70
dressed calves, 1 bx sausage, 1 bx harness, 1 sk
Per Geo W Elder— Cowell &Co Wol & Son; N
Ohlandt &Co; .Kissinger Co; D E Allison & Co ;
CiatsopMillCo; J X Armsby & Co: M Detels ; ' F
H Hammer; John F English; Thomas <fe Kahn; C
C Pennell ; Page & Son Geo Morrow &. Co: Parrot
& Co; Moore, Ferguson & Co; ' Elt Stevens it Co;
C J Llest & Co; Allen & Lewis; Seller Bros; Larza-
lere it Co; Jensen, Rose &Heney; Erianger <$• Gal-
ingor; W A Rouse & Co: M C Mason; J Stencil; W
H Hlggins: M C Mason & Co.
Per Coos Bay— Smith's Cash Store; "Edwards A
Co ; Wneaton, Breon & Co; C E Whitney <t Co ; Al-
catraz Asphaltum Co: American Union Fish Co;
Dodge, Sweeney & Co ; Chas Montgomery 4 Co J H
Cain & Co; II N Tllden &Co De Bernardl & Co;
Kowalsky & Co; Dairymen's Union ; S Brunswlch:
Getz Bros & Co; Ross & Hewlett; Gould <& Jaudin;
OB Smith <fc Co; J Schweitzer & Co; Pago & son;
M T Freltas & Co ; B G Ruhl &Co i^lulme & Hart ;
W P Fuller & Co; Levi Strauss & Co: A Paladin!;
Wood. Curtis <t Co;Levl, Spiegel & Co: A Pallles:H
E Battln Co; Marshall, Tegsart Co: Hills Bros:
Chas Jacobson; HHeckman& Co; J Hoffman: J
Gundlach: Hammond <& Broil; Sherry, A villa & Co;
Herman Wedleck ; Immel & Co: Coghill & Kohn;
Gordon A Co; S F Emerson.
MARRIAGE LICENSES. ~~
: Issued by the Marriage Bureau :
L. S. Bachman and Rachael Bachman, 47—45.
Emlle Sober and Adele Paturrel, 26—22.
I. P. Rosonthal and Amelia Kosenthul, 39—19.
W. S. Redmend and Lillian S. Mclntosh, 24—
Joseph 3. Gorevan and Ella Marron, 30—20.
31. G. Rose and Patricia A. Murphy, 24—17.
• Joseph A. Fagotheyand Kate L. McMade, 33—24.
George R. Child and Sara B. Treat, 33—31.
J. B. Sexton and Catherine B. Higgins, 29— 24.-
11. A. Graham and Elizabeth C. Dobbins, 34—24.
, Michael Murphy and Julia Gorman, 28—22.
Patrick Campion and Mary Pollard, 33—28.
BIRTHS— MARRIAGES— DEATHS.
[Birth, marriage ana death notices sent by mall
will not be inserted. They must be handed in at
either of the publication offices and bo indorsed .
with the name and residence of persona authorize
to have the same published.l - '&;■:£_ ?■ ;.
BOWEN— In this city, April 17, 1895, to the wifo
,of George E. Bowen, a daughter.
HOLTUM-In this city, April 16, 1895, to the wife
. of C. Holt urn, a son. ■
KEITH— In this city, April 15, 1895, to the wife of
P. A. F. Keith, a daughter.
LAMBERT— In this city, April 17, 1895, to the
wife of William F. Lambert, a daughter.
MCDONALD— In this city, April 16, 1895, to the
wife of H. McDonald, a son.
MEYERS— ApriI 10, 1895, to the wife of Frank
Meyers, a son.
PROQUITTE— To the wife of Mr. Proquitte, a
REGAN— ApriI 12, 1895, to the wife of R. L.
Regan, a daughter.
WARNER— In this city, April 17, 1895, to the
wife of George H. Warner, a son.
~ . MAURI ED.
WARD— In San* Jose, Cnl., April 17,
i 1885, Thomas Ahem of Oakland and Annie M.
Ward of San Jose.
THOMAS— In this city. April 16, 1895,
by the Rev. H. H. Wlkoff, William Albert Finch
• and Harriet Cornelia Thomas, both of San Fran-
cisco. ■ • . ■ ' ■ • - •" ' ■ • . -
FRITZ-KRAUSE-In this city, April 15. 1895,
by the Rev. Mr. Fuendeiing, John K. Fritz and
Amelia E. Krause.
McALLISTER-DECKER— In this city. April 16.
1895, by the Right Rev. Bishop Nichols, Elliott
McAllister and Alice Decker.
RIVERS— In this City, April 16, 1895,
by the Rev. Mr. Fuendeling, Charles A. Rivers
and Sophia Becker.
RIEGGER-HOELSCHER-ln this city, April 10,
1895, by the Rev. Mr. Fuendeling, J. Robert
Richer and Anna Hoelscher.
Baumelster, Myrtle A. Murray, Bridget
Bisbee, Sufan Bryant Mathews, John
Brown, Mrs. Fannie H. Pennell, Almlra I.
Brown, Louisa Pincus, Alexander
Clarke, Francis Joseph Sullivan, Daniel C.
Cullen, Lillian ■ Shannon, Martha E. •
Fredrickson, Ann R. Vernon, James R. N.
Geib, Edward Donlon Woods, A. G.
Johnson, Margaret ■ Wagner, Ernst
Kavanagh, Elizabeth Y eager. John
Meyer, Sophie G. Young, Mary Ann
BAUMEISTER — In this city. April 16, 1895,
Myrtle A., only and beloved daughter of Dr.
• H. and Minna Baumeistfr, a native of San Fran-
cisco, aged 6 years 7 months and 6 days.
K3~Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Thursday), at 2 o'clock; p. jr., from the residence-
of her parents, 1536 Dolores street, near Twenty-
ninth. Interment Cypress Lawn Cemetery.
BROWN— In this city, April 16. 1895, Louisa, dear-
ly beloved wife of Charles Brown, and mother of
Sallie, Eddie, Lulu, Daniel, John, Ella, Lena and
Lillle Brown, a native of Milwaukee, Wis., aged
42 years 3 months and 7 days.
£s"Friends are respectfully invited to attend
the funeral services THIS DAY (Thursday), at
2 o'clock p. M., at her late residence, 112
BISBEE— In Haywarda, Cal., at the residence of
Dr. Kimball. Sufan Bryant Bisbee, aged 57 years.
33-The funeral will take, place THIS DAY
(Thursday), at 2 o'clock p. m.. from the resi-
dence of Dr. Kimball, Haywards. - ■ ;■ ■
BROWN— In Alameda, April 17, 1895, Mrs. Fan-
nie H. Brown, wife of George Brown, a native of
New York, aged 57 years 1 month and 6 days.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
CLARKE— In this city, April 16. at Potrero, Fran-
cis Joseph, beloved -son of Dcnnl3 and Eliza
Clarke and brother of John, Maggie, Eliza, Katie
and Mary Clarke, Mrs. H. Jones and Mrs. H.
Small, a' native of England, aged 22 years 10
months and 11 ('.ays. i i ; --w •
fi^Friends and acquaintances are respect-
■ fully Invited to attend the funeral TO-MORROW
(Friday), at 9:30 o'clock a. m., from the residence
of his parents, corner of Michigan and Sierra
streets, Potrero, and thence to St. Teresa's
Church, where a requiem high mass will be cele-
brated for the repose of his soul at 10 a.m. In-
terment Holy Cross' Cemetery.
CULLEN— In this city, April 17, 1895, Lillian, be-
loved and youngest daughter of Daniel and Mar-
garet Cullen, a native of San Francisco, aged 11
months an* 17 days.
FREDRICKSON— In this city, April 17,1895, at
her residence, Twenty-eighth and Folsom streets,
Ann R., beloved wife of the late Anton 1-redrick-
%on and mother of Mrs. A. Grazer, Mrs. T.
Downey, Henry and Grace Fredriokson, and
sister of Mrs. Rose McDonald, Mrs. Mary Gavin
and Mrs. Kate Goudier, a native of County
Meath, Ireland, aged 55 years.
GEIB— In Livermore, Cal., April 15, 1895, Edward
Donlon Geib, a native of San Francisco, aged 11
JOHNSON— In this city, April 17, 1895, Margaret,
beloved wife of the late Peter Johnson, aged 62
j(©~Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral TO-MORROW
(Friday), at 8:30 o'clock a. m., irom the residence,
113 Twenty-fourth street, thence to St. Peter's
Church, Twenty-fourth and Alabama, where a
requiem high mass will be celebrated for the re-
pose of her soul, commencing at 9a. m. Inter-
ment Holy Cross Cemetery.
KAVANAGH— In this city, April 16. 1895, Eliz-
abeth Kavanagh, beloved mother of Matthew
and Nicholas Kavanagh, a native of County Wei-
ford. Ireland, aged 85 years.
«3»The funeral will take place THIS DAY
(Thursday), at 9 o'clock a. m., from the residence
of her son, southeast corner Grove and Steiner
streets, thence to Sacred Heart Church, FUlmore
and Fell streets, where 3 requiem high mass
will be celebrated tor the repose of her soul,
commencing at 9:30 o'clock a. m. Interment
Holy Cros3 Cemetery.
MURRAY— In this city, April 16, 1895, Bridget
Murray, beloved mother of John, Mary, Patrick
and Annie Murray and the late Mrs. Thomaa
Mitchell, and sister of Patrick and John Mitch-
ell and Mrs. Thomas Martin, a native of County
Galway, Ireland, aged 08 years. -~ — '
j£3"Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Thursday), at 9 o'clock a. m., from her late resi-
dence, 521 Twenty-ninth street, near Noe, thence
to St. Paul's Church, Twenty-ninth and Church,
streets, where a requiem high mass will be cele-
brated for the repose of her soul, commencing
at 9 :30 o'clock a. m. Interment Holy Cross Cem-
MEYER— this city, April 17. 1895, Sophie G.
M.. beloved daughter of the late Henry Meyer
and Mrs. F. Gravermann, and sister of Anna and
Edward Meyer, a native of San Francisco, aged
12 years 4 months and 11 days.
Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Friday), at 2 o'clock p. m.. from the residence
of his parents, 317 Tenth street, between Folsom
and Harrison. Interment private.
MATHEWS— In this city, April 16, 1895, John
Matthews, a native of California, aged 19 years 10
months and 6 days.
PINCUS— In this city, April 17, 1895, Alexander,
dearly beloved child of Elkan and Pauline Pin-
cus, aged 1 year and 8 months.
PENNELL— In this city. April 17, 1595, Almira
1., widow of the late Robert Pennell, a native
of Surry, Maine, aged 74 years and 6 months.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
SULLIVAN— solemn requiem anniversary mass
for the repose of the soul of the late Daniel C.
Sullivan will be celebrated THIS DAY (Thurs-
day), at 9 o'clock a. M., at Mission Dolores
Church. Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend.
SHANNON— this city, April 16, 1895, Martha
E. Shannon, a native of San Francisco, aged 30
VERNON— In Alameda, Cal.. April 17, 1895,
James Rhodes Nicholson, son of H. E. N. and
Anna Vernon, and grandson of the late Edward
Rhodes Nicholson Vernoa, aged 2 days. 1 Leeds
and London (England) papers please copy.]
JB3T lnterment St. Mary's Cemetery, Oakland.
WOODS— In this city, April 15, 1895, A. G. Woods,
beloved husband of Delia Woods, a native of
Portusal, aged 44 years. , 1 . '.- I'~
Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral THIS DAT
(Thursday), at 10 o'clock a.m., from the par-
lors of H. F. Suhr A Co., 1209 Mission street,
near Eighth. Interment Holy Cro»3 Cemetery.
WAGNER— In this city, April 17, 1895, Ernst
Wagner, a native of Baden, Germany, aged 77
years 11 months and 1 day.
JEST Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral TO-MORROW
(Friday), at 1:30 o'clock v. m., from the par-
lors of Charles J. B. Metzler. 638 Washington
street, thence to Druid's Hall, 413 Sutter street.
where the services will be held, commencing at 2
o'clock p. m. sharp, under the auspices of Sigal
Helm Ne. 7. Interment I. O. O. F. Cemetery.
YEAGER— In this city, April 16, 1895, John, De-
loved husband of Sophie M. Yeager, father of
Charles F. Yeager, stepfather of John ana Henry
Rademann. and son-in-law of John and the late
Barbara Ehrmann, a native of Bohemia, aged 43
Friends and acquaintances are respect*-
fully invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Thursday), at 2 o'clock p. m., from the family
residence, corner Twenty-seventh and Alabama
streets. Interment I. O. O. F. Cemetery-
YOUNG— In Alameda, April 16, 1895, Mrs. Mary
Ann Young, a native of Ireland, aged 75 years.
,45" Friends and acquaintances ■ are " respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Thursday), at 1:30 o'clock p. m., from her late
residence! 1109 Park avenue, Alameda. Inter-
ment Mountain View Cemetery, Oakland,
YSUIfZA— In . West Berkeley, April 14, 1895,
Jerome Ysunza, a native of California, aged 28
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