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CITY KEAX I>UM'K.
VAN XESS AVENUE".
MUST RE SOLD TO CLOSE THE
JONATHAN DRAKE STEVENSON.
Tv ihe Suncricr Court of the City and County of
San incisi 0, State of California.
. San h matter of the estate Of JONATHAN
DRAKE ST! VEXSOX, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that in pursuance of an
order of the -^nericr Court of the City and County
/>f -4.H1 Fr-m.N "O.state of 1 Hiifornia.madeindep.rt-
rpont 10 "ther-of. on the 25th day of April. A. D.
1805 In the matter ot the est) I- of JONATHAN
DRAKE STEVENSON", deceased, the under-
suroed execntorsof ttoe last will and testament ot
B»id deceased, will sell a: private sale to the high-
est blddes tor cash, in gold coin of the United
•*, .tes subject to confirmation by said Superior
Court; on or after .THURSDAY, the 12th day of
-May 1895.' a1l the right, title, interest and estate
ftne said JONATHAN DRAKE STEVENSON
at the time of his dean, and all the right, title
and Interest that sal estate has, by operation of
law or otherwise, acquired other than or in addi-
tion to that of said deceased at the time of his
death, ln and to all that certain lot, piece or parcel
of land, with the improvements thereon, situate,
Iving and being in the City and County of San
Francisco, State 01 California, and bounded and
described as follows, to wit :
Commencing at a point on the westerly line of
Van Ness avenue, distant thereon sixty-six and
three-twelfths feel northerly from the north-
westerly corner of Van Ness and Pacific avenues;
running thence northerly along said westerly line
of Van Ness avenue sixty-six and three-twelfths
fret thence at right angles westerly one hundred
and twenty-four and nine-twelfths feet: thence at
right angles southerly sixty-six and three-twelfths
feet; thence at ritrht angles easterly one hundred
and twenty-four and nine-twelfths feet to said west-
erly line of Van Ness avenue and point of com-
mencement: being a portion of Western Addition
Block No. 9:".
Tkkms an.. Coxdttions of Sa_e.— in
gold coin of the United States. Deed at expense of
Rids or offers may be made at any time after
the first publication of this notice, and before the
making of the sale.
All bids or offers must be in writing and left at
the office of Charles L. Patton. Attorney-at-Law,
No. 319 Pine street, in said city and county, or de-
livered to tbe undersigned personally.
Dated April 25, a. D. 1595.
EDWA RD P EABODY and
ALFRED S. BARNEY,
-xecutorsof the last will and testament of Jona-
than Urate Stevenson; deceased.
Chab-KsL. Patton*. Attorney for Executors.
BBICK - BUILDING FOR BUSINESS PROP-
erty on Market st.
Comer Pacific aye. and Baker st., 55x137:6 ft.;
price, $1 1.000.
E. side Stanvan st„ bet. Carl and Frederick sts. ;
25x100: price" $2600.
50x127:6 ft. on Jackson st., overlooking the Pre-
sidio and bay: $6700.
Two modern houses, of 8 rooms each, at Park,
25x137:6 ft.: electric road passes houses; price
2-story brick house of 9 rooms, with stable, |in
South Park: lot 45x125 ft.: price $7500.
S.W. cor. Jones and Jefferson sts.; 137:6x137:6.
Cottage house, 1367 Dolores st.: 5 rooms and
bath, basement; on each side of Dolores St.; 25x95
feet. ■'■ •' >
House of 10 rooms and bath, 417 Bryant st. ;
priceSSOOO. ■...--■._ ...
Apply to C. C. BEMIS, Real Estate and Land
Agent," 324 Montgomery street.
AFULL BEARING FRUIT RANCH, 6 ACRES:
new hard-finished, 5-room house: ail tools: this
year's crop good for $360: only $150 to January 1;
1 mile from i>osto_ice, 20 miles from San Fran-
cisco. BOVEE. TOY & CO.
19 Montgomery st.
~ FOR A SUMMER HOME.
Q_ "TA BEAUTIFUL LARGE LOTS AT
t^XOV, Alto, Marin County; only 40 minutes
from city; sold on easy terms. JOOST A WOOL-
LEY*. 4 New Montgomery st.
TN ALAMEDA— EXCHANGE FOR SAX
J- Francisco property, modern 2-story house: 9
rooms and bath: handsomely furnished; lot 60x
150; gas, city and well water, carriage-house:
street macadamized; half block to electric cars; 5
minutes from broad-gauge station ; 6 minutes to
narrow gauge! cost $9300. Apply CHAS. C.
BEMIS, 324 Montgomery st., S. F.
p ENUINE BARGAIN.
$4500 cash: rents $624 per year; 2 houses and
lot. in good condition; in the heart of city; small
tenements; new brick foundations: street accepted. ;
Apply at once to 8., box 22, Call Office. |
S I -A A HOUSE, 5 ROOMS; BARN*. ETC.,
C 1 • VV. in Berkeley; lot 100x100, with creek.
$5250— House, 7 rooms; fine corner; 120x135,
f IOOO— Flnecorner; AOilOO; macadamized: sloo
down, -$100 yearly.
CHAS. A. BAILEY, 46 Market st., or Berkeley
EDUCED TO $3500; COR. 24TH ST., NEAR
Valencia; SO-foot front and neat and comforta-
ble cottage; tine buy. THOMAS MAGEE A
SOXS, 20 Montgomery st.
HOUSES FOR SALE OX SMALL MOXTHLY
payments; loans made on San Francisco real
estate. LOUIS BLANK. 214 Pine St., rms. 58 59.
"VTEW MODERN HOUSE, 10 ROOMS; FINELY
i-> decorated; will be sold cheap. 1929 Oak St.,
near Shrader; easy terms. Apply premises.
"I "1 Axlo7:&— SW. CORNEB OF JERSEY AND
-LJL_: Diamond sts. Apply within.
HEAP LOT:; 25x100; READY TO BUILD
on; Western Addition. F. M., Branch A, P. O.
•V" ANTED— NICE VACANT FLATS; HOUSES
" or stores: at once. SPECK'S, 30 Montgomery.
OR SALE— LOT 60x100, A SMALL
house on it, near Colma station. Apply at 411
Sansome St., CHARLES JOHNSON.
TV" ANTED— FOE CASH, CHEAP LOTS NOTHR
xx and south of the park. S. P.. box 180, Call
COUNTRY REAL ESTATE.
In?^_u^w-_x_ : ~_r^A3c_r^c_r^R____^
purposes or an orchard alreaay Improved, where
only small cash outlay Is required, balance payable
in 6 or 7 years, apply 326 Montgomery St., S. F.
tSS"R SALE OR EXCHANGE— ANGELES
X acre property; no incumbrance. Address S.,
box 67, this office.
QANTA CLARA VALLEY— IO7 ACRES, ALL
O level good fruit soil, farm buildings, some fine
oaks and small orchard; $90 per acre (25 per cent
less than any place in the vicinity). ...CLAY-
TON* <_ CO., 16 West Santa Clara St.. San Jose. Cal.
AN JOSE— ACRES 5 MILES OUT; VERY
fine place sold under mortgage at half cost: fine
Improvements: place will pay big Income. W. S.
CLAYTON', Trustee, 16 West Santa Clara St., San
AAA NEAR HAWYARDS. 8 ACRES,
\?t)XjxJxJ . choice fruit, house of 10 rooms and
bath, all modern conveniences; piano, furniture,
vehicles, cattle, poultry and implements. Apply to
PROWSE «fc BRADFORD. Haywards.
"dJ_9AA PER A§RE, 20 ACRES FINE I\RUTT
c-Uu land "54 mile from town, whole or sub-
divisions, easy terms. PROWSE & BRADFORD,
ARGAIN. $22 50 PER ACRE; 140 ACRES
near Livermore, 90 in hay, "_ mile from rail-
way station. I. C. SCHARFF, 18 Post st.
"qOAAA CHICKEN RANCH. 4 ACRES,
ti£__.VW, black loam, new 1-storry hard fin-
ished house and basement, small barn, large chick-
en house and brooder, fine flower garden, 15 min-
utes walk from Postoffice; $1000 cash, balance 7
percent. G. C. YOUNG, Petaluma.
C» "I f_ PER IMPROVED BIG VALLEY
• *• 1 O ranch; timber; running water; well- lo-
cated ;- must be sold : United States patent. W. L.
FOSTER, KelseyvUle, CaL
Q9A ACRE DAIRY, HOG AND WOOD
• >._.' 7 ranch; 40 acres in cultivation; 12 acres In
vines and fruit; good house; all fenced ; will carry
40 cows; 5 miles from town, on a county road:
6000 cords of standing firewood; large timber;
$8500. D. H. TWING, Sonoma City, Cal.
GRIFFIN, COTTONWOOD, CAL, SENDS
. free circulars and prices of cheap land.
CIONTRA COSTA COUNTY LAND FOR SALE;
x / send for list. D. J. WEST, Marine/. Cal.
6 ACRE LITTLE -HOME ON EIGHT ".EARS*
U credit. D. H. TWING, Sonoma City, CaL .
BAIN 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. '
MA COUNTY— WOO ACRES 26 MILES
from San Francisco.
RANCHO DE NOVATO.
nets of any size desired; fruit, grain and vege-
table hind: no irrigation; both rail and water
transportation ; $40 10 $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. ."- ...
/OVI EAPEBT.AS D~BEST IN AMEBICA-THE
yj WEEKLY CALL, sent to any address In the
Uhlted States or Canada one year for $1 50, post-
age free. -
HAYWARDS REAL ESTATE.
8- NEW COTTAGE^" 'law" R ARN.
O chicken houses, good well, fenced and cross-
fenced, horse, harness, wagon, cow, 200 chickens,
tools, household furniture complete, fine view, 1
mile from town, 10 minutes' walk from electric
cars; price $2500. Apply to P. WILBERT, Castro,
near B st., Day wards, Cal.
21 ACRES, -TTooMI-Jd HOUSE, BARN,
4 chicken-house, well, 60 fruit trees, fine view;
price $1400. Apply p. WILRERT, Castro, near B
St., Haywards, Cal.
<•>"' ACRES, HOUSE, ' BARN, CHICKEN-
— ■ -' houses, well and spring, 3 miles from town:
price $1000. Apply to P. WILBERT, Castro, near
St., Haywards, Cal.
9 ACRES IN FRUIT, WELL AND WINIDMTLL.
-^Jiy._ miles from town, price $800; large and
small properties of every description for sale. Ap-
ply to P. WILBERT, Castro, near B st., Haywards,
OAKLAND REAL ESTATE.
L-ORRENT REASOXARLY ;AX ELFX'ANTLY
1 furnished cottage. 540 Simpson aye., Oakland.
T OOK! $150-LOTS IX FRUITVALE OXLY
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. PIXXEY*, 902 Broad-
],' 1 1! RENT— WINDOW AND DESK ROOM
J on Broadway; central location. 1010 Broad-
LOUSINESS AND RESIDENCE PROPERTY'
xx sold on easy terms; small payment down or ex-
changed. E. E. BUNCE, 1008 Broadway, Oakland.
i; 1 9 A BARGAIN-BUSINESS PROP-"
tipX-^.V VV, erty on San Pablo aye.: 125 feet
frontage. Apply to J. W. MOSS, 958 Broadway,
Ql 9rtrt Hoist:. S ROOMS, IN BERKELEY*;"
1 —XJXJ. lot 40x100; one-third cash.
$400— Lot 40x100: $50 down, 10 monthly; near
• ' II As. A. BAILEY', Berkeley station, Berkeley.
7 -.A CASH WILL BUY a NICE 6-ROOM
0 1 OV cottage, worth $2000, leaving a mort-
gage of $1000. Address WM. P. TODD, 1008
ALAMETJA REAL ESTATE.
LHTR IMMEDIATE SALE, NEAR SCHOOL
J and station; $2250: $150 cash; $25 monthly;
new 5-room cottage and bath.
$2650— 5100 cash; $25 monthly: 37x100; s-
room cottage and bath.
$3150— 5200 cash; $30 monthly: new cottage 7
rooms and hath. »»>.
$3250— 550 cash: f 35 monthly; 33x100; corner
house in fine condition: 8 rooms and bath.
Houses to rent from $10 up; open Sundays and
holidays. MARCUSE A REMMEL, Bay-street
station, Alameda, and 628 Market st., San Fran-
TV OVE COTTAGE HOME; 7 ROOMS; BATH;
.Li gas; lot 50\150; cheap for cash or exchange
for San Francisco property. Call 2241 San Jose
avenue, Park-street station. Alameda.
A LAMEDA PROPERTY— RENT, SELL
v l or exchange bargains. Call on WILL BURN-
HAM A Cl >.. 1365 Park st., Alameda, and BURN-
II AM A- MARSH CO.. 428 Montgomery St.. S. F.
ALAMEDA ROOMS AND HOUSES.
TO LET IN ALAMEDA. 6 ROOMS AXD
large yard. 1825 Pacific aye.
BERKELEY HEAL ESTATE.
|> ~!TTYE~BARi;A*X: MUST BE SOLD. 7-
X room house; new; 2 lots. JOSEPH MASON,
house, 10 rooms tor _ IL,1 L , months, from May
'.ii: .?5Q per mouth. 2229 Chapel st.
HOUSES TO LET.
P. Q A ' 533 EDDY, BET. Y DE~Alv_r_Aß-
OOViiiu— House and flat; rent $30 and $18; 9
and 6 rooms: bath: water free.
ousj 331 MCALLISTER, retThyde AND
Larkin— 7 rooms and bath; rents4o.
m GOUGH— DESIRABLE CORNER HOUSE
— I 1 of 9 rooms and bath; $35. MADISON A
EWLY PAINTED AND IN' FIRST-CLASS
-i-> condition: 9 rooms, bath and laundry on
Twelfth st., half block from Howard ai.d Mission:
fast car lines; rent only $37 50: fine location and
should be seen. DEMPSTER, 36 Glen Park aye.,
off Twelfth st.
IOA FILLMORE — COTTAGE OF 5 ROOMS
X— V and bath: basement and stable.
Oft PAGE-HOUSE OF 7 ROOMS A N D BATH;
— V rent reduced.
HOUSE— 5 ROOMS AND BATH; BENT $15.
_Of_ SUNNY* " HOUSE. 9 ROOMS AND
•_ • >• '. bath: SE. cor. McAllister and Polk.
1 007 CALIFORNIA, XEAR MASON - A
JLv'V' I house of 15 rooms, bath; reduced to $50.
Q_(_ TO 100; FLATS, COTTAGES, HOUSES; 3
__ ' ' to 100 rooms, SPECK'S, 30 Montgomery st.
(Jill - ROOMS: YARD; CELLAR 37 DORE
Cl __ __ off Harrison, bet. Ninth and Tenth.
f__)f\ FELL— COTTAGE OF 5 SUNNY ROOMS;
O— V large yard.
OUSE OF"7 ROOMS WITH ALL MODERX
Improvements. 733 Turk st.
OUSE 7 ROOMS, WITH LOT AND STABLE;
cor. Potrero aye. and Army 31. ; rent $15. G.
11. UMBSEN A CO.
1 _±rj VALENCE.— 6 lOMS AND BATH;
L_: I water free: re|H $17.
To rent, to rent, to rent, to rent, to rent, to rent.
BALDWIN _ HAMMOND. 10 Montgomery st.
i PURNISHED SUNNY FLAT; 7
XS r00m..; all modern devices; comfort, electric
1 gas-lighter, etc: pretty flower garden; Western
j Addition; near cable lines; rent reasonable; highest
1 references required : careful tenant more an object
than rent. Apply 820 Grove st.
j I~pu"RNISHE» HOUSE, 6 ROOMS. APPLY
X MRS. P. TREAXTQN, Tamalpais station.
HANDSOME HOME: 6 ROOMS; BATH;
piano: garden: etc. 1517 ('olden Gate aye.
COTTAGES TO LET.
00 ly papered; bet. Seventh and Eighth, off Bry-
ft OTTAGE 7 ROOMS AXD BATH: HALF
\J block from Geary-st. cars; large yard, nase-
nient; rent $16. Apply 19 Johnston aye.
p OTTAGE A ROOMS'. WITH POULTRY*,
VJ cheap. 1022 Florida st., bet. Twenty-second
and Twenty-third. ;-/-'
~_~\~A BAY-WIXDW COTTAGE: 4 ROOMS
<3)i-"±. and basement: 212*/ 2 Perry St.
$B— Cottage; 4 rooms: 206 Perry st. -. water free.
Apply to G. N. UMBSEN & CO.
SUNNY COTTAGE; 4 ROOMS; BASEMENT;
bath. Corner Fifteenth and Dolores sts.
FLATS TO LET.
: T_YDE-TH_ MOST ELEGANT ELAT I X
•*1 I thecity; very centrally located ; 5 minutes
from Kearny "or Market: 7 large rooms and bath ;
butler's pantry and all modern Improvements;
$50. MADISOX& BURKE.
30 OCTAVIA, COR. HAIGAT — ELEGANT
O-J corner flat ; 7 rooms and bath; 32 50. M A DI-
SH N A BURKE.
CENTRAL COURT, OFF HAIGHT AND OC-
tavla- Flats; 4 rooms; $10. MADISON <fe
—•> |S TURK— BLOCKS I- BOM CITY HALL,
00 _T4 flat of 6 rooms; bath ; $22 50. MADISON
A BURKE. - 1
S7 4 ROOMS NEWLY PAPERED AND
i . painted. 217 Valle.o St., ____,
C.OR. GREEK AND LEAVENWORTH ST.—
i Six-roomed modern Hat; sunny; marine view.
"I 9Qa FOURTEENTH, COR. SHOTWELL—
X-^iV sunny rooms and bath: rent 9/22 50. .
097 CHESTNUT, XEAR POWELL — NEAT
o—< I upper flat; 6 rooms; bath; $16.
__Q UPPER FLAT: 6 - ROOMS: BATH:
rj LO. wasbtubs; water free. 1016*/2 Twentieth.
"VfEW UPPER FLAT; 5 ROOMS; $17. 8 WAL-
-1.1 tt-rst., near Ridley and Sanchez.
I"iURXTSHED FLAT; 5 SUNNY ROOMS;
1 roomer if desired. BV2 Moss St., nr. Howard.
71 A OCTAVIA ST., XR. LUSTER —
i XV Lovely flat of 7 rooms: bath; all latest
1 Z.QQ FULTON, COR. LYON— FLAT OF 8
XOoO rooms; rent $30; water free.
__A_ LOWER FLAT; 5 ROOMS AND BASE-
%pJL_:. ment. 217 Vallejo st.
ROOMS AND BATH, SECOND FLOOR, ON
Glen Park avenue; rent 15. DEMPSTER, 36
Glen Park avenue, off Twelfth street.
110 FOUR SUNNY ROOMS. 135 IVY AYE.,
«JpxO. near Van Xess.
L-LAT OF 4 SUXXY ROOMS; FURNISHED
X or unfurnished. 725 O'Farrell st.
TO LET-NICE COZY UPPER FLAT, 5 ROOMS
and bath; modern improvements; large yard and
chicken-house. 14*/ 3 Sharon st. (15th and Market).
T-1. AT, 7 LARGE SUNNY ROOMS AND BATH,
X I with 3 bay-windows. 1555 Howard st.
flffOO .".A CORNER B AY-WINDOW FLATTfJ
•. — --.OXJ . extra-large rooms and hath: all sun-
ny front rooms. Key downstairs, NW. cor. Seven-
teenth and Capp sts.
1 *1 QAI HOWARD— FLAT, 7 ROOMS, BATH;
XXOV_ all modern convenience.
QAQ UNION, COR. MASON— 8 AND 4 ROOMS,
000 $10 and $12; 1114 Union, 5 rooms and
bath, sun In all rooms, yard, $18 50.
MODERN FLAT, 6 BOOMS AND RATH; RENT
cheap. 331 a Oak st.
A ROOMS; UPPER FLOOR. 82 EVERETT ST.,
_: near Fourth.
91 SCOTT, NEAR HAIGHT— .NEW SUNNY
LiX corner flat; handsomely furnished; rent to
l/j.JI UAIGHT, ABOVEBRODERICK— SUN-
XxJZiX ny 6-room flat; line view; best neighbor-
AfkQ H.YIGIIT-UPPER FLAT— 6 LARGE,
"OO sunny rooms; modern Improvements.
-1 OTE EIG RTEENTH— SUNNY UPPER. |
X-J^.O hat; 6 rooms, bath; $13.
Q97 HAYES-7 SUNNY" BOOMS AND BATH;
Oa^ I modern improvements.
m FRANKLIN, NEAR GOLDEN GATE
aye.- Elegant flat 8 rooms; rent reduced.
WO SUNNY' PLATS; MARINE VlEW-
modern improvements: 4 and 5 rooms. H
HALTMEIER, cor. Filbert and Taylor.
___ LOWER FLAT, . ROOMS. 375 SANCHEZ
•JJ) xJ, st., near Seventeenth. -
LUJ-OANT, SUNNY FLAT'T"«r"ROOMS AND
J_ bath. 145 Grove st., nr Van Ness aye.
_ r_Ci O'FARRELL-2 SUNNY FLATS, 3 OR 4
rLVxj rooms; bath: laundry: central; (heap rent.
-i -FOLSOM, NEAR SIXTH — FLAT; 7
OO X rooms; one of the best ; $25. .
1 (M .) LARKIN ST.— FLATS 5 ROOMS AND
ll?lZbath. SIR V
$i.» LOWER PLAT, 5 ROOMS: BATH,
•jpl-t. yard. Fifteenth and Tilden, near Castro.
PLAT 4 LARGE SUNNY ROOMS; RENT $10.
X 4163/ 2 Ringgold si., bet. Eighth and Ninth and
Folsom and Harrison.
THE SAN , FRANCISCO CALL, SATURDAY, APRIL 27, 1895.
FLATS TO LET— Continued.
CJ\_} HAVES, COR. BUOHANAN-3?liwn_UN^
U*x^ny tlatjS rooms.bath -modern improvements.
C>99 61 -"GROVE, N. SIDE, NR. LAGUNA;
_._. . flat of « rooms and bath.
YEW SUNNY PLAT OF 4 ROOMS; LARGE
lA yard. 52 Norfolk St., bet.llth-12th,off Harrison.
9 NEW, ELEGANT^ SUNNY, MODERN
- flats: 5 rooms, bath each. 925 and 927 Golden
Gate aye. . ■ .
UNNY UPPERFLAT; 6 ROOMS, BATH; ALL
modern Improvements. , 462 Bryant, nr. Third.
"VTEWLY" PAPERED SUNNY FLAT OF 3
li rooms; $12; water free. 356 Third st.
<n_*l 1 "X ("■E~SUNNY FLAT, WITH BATH.
-jfrll. 17 Garden, or SPECK'S.
ELEGANT SUNXY FLAT 7 ROOMS, BATH;
beautifully papered and frescoed. "713 Grove.
I' LATS, FLATS, FLATS, FLATS, FLATS,
X" To reut, to rent, to rent, to rent, to rent, to rent.
BALDWIN A HAMMOXD, 10 Montgomery st.
xJOD for housekeeping; private family.
GO' THIRD-SUNNY FRONT SUITE, FUR-
Y— x.) nlshed complete for housekeeping.
81 MOSS, HOWARD — FURNISHED
O'i rooms for gentleman and wife; housekeeping.
CIQ THIRD— COR. SOUTH PARK — LIGHT
OXo sunny room tor housekeeping^
3-» THIRD— FBONT FURNISH ED HOUSE-
—— keeing rooms; suites, $12, $9, $8; single, $4.
9XQI CALIFORNIA— _ ELEGANTLY FUR-
-jOoX nished rooms for housekeeping; $18.
AfJ ERIE, BET. IsStR AND 1-ITTI-2 FURS
"i I connecting housekeeping rooms: no children.
ffl»7 2.FUKMSIIED HOUSEKEEPIXG
xjp I . rooms. 523 Seventh st., upstairs, In rear.
(_\A EDDY— RUNNY BAY-WINDOW ROOM:
XJ V _: kitchen complete for housekeeping.
"I "I Q TENTH— SEVERAL HOUSEKEEPING
XJ-O rooms; parlor suite: private family.
/-> A t NATOM A— FURNISHED FRONT
Ul"») rooms for housekeeping; very reasonable.
Of\(_ TENTH— 2 FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
OUl) housekeeping; reasonable.
*|^» SOUTH PARK 1, 2OR 3 SUX.NY FUR-
XxJ nlshed housekpg rooms, cheap; also single.
1 I^Hj) l MISSION, him. WobpWAED'S—
X i —>'■: Sunny housekeeplngrooms; nicely fur-
nished; $9. ; *_
JQO JESSIE, REAR MINT— SUNXY* FRONT
100 with kitchen; single, cheap.
To/ T GEaVRY— SUITE ROOMS WITH KITCH-
"iOV/ en: gas, bath; reasonable.
991 "*. MISSION — LARGE SUNNY FUR-
— a_ 1(J nished or unfurnished rooms; reasonable."
A9 Q SIXTH— SUNNY HOUSEKPG ROOMS]
X-, .0 furnished complete; also single; cheap.
"1 OH*- HOWARD-HOUSEKEEPING BOOMS
X£i Vo in private family: gas and bath; cheap.
( > j CENTRAL AYE., ALAMEDA— 3 SUNNY
, O-jX housekeeping rooms; garden; s7.
f_AQ MINNA — FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
_>dtU housekeeping: large yard.
I l(Yl STOCKTON*— 2 SUNXY ROOMS FUR-
X I xJo nished complete for housekeeping; rent
1 ill Q JACKSON, NR. MASON— FURNISHED
JLvJLO sunny front large housekeeping: $8 to $10.
F ORNISH D ROOMS, SINGLE OR DOUBLE,
' suitable for housekeeping. Apply 229 1 .. Sixth.
Ql POWELL, NR. CLAY-TOP FLOOR; 4
XO nice rooms; unfurnished.
Ofil PINE— COM I'LETE fOR HOUSEKEEP-
xjV I ins in suites; $10 to 15 per month.
r 7l__l HOW ARD— NICELY FURNISHED
i Ui-3 sunny buy-window and others; housekeep-
CjlQ TURK-LARGE FRONT, NEWLY' FUR-
O-tO nished housekeeping rooms: $16: gas; bath.
9(^Ha"RRIET-FUBXISHED ROOMS FOR
•J A Ql MARKET— ELEGANTLY' F'URNISHED
JL_:o_. housekeeping rooms: adults; reasonable;
CAO WASHINGTON — SUXXY' 1 ' X V IT.-
OV-J nished housekeeping rooms: running water.
QAft HOWARD— SUNNY HOUSEKEEPIXG;
t/ttU also single room; reasonable.
Q PEARL, COR. MARKET, OI'IToCTAVIA —
0 3 large sunny cor. bay-window rooms, well fur-
nished for housekeeping: hot and cold water.
Q"l l" LAFAYETTE, BET. ELF. VENT II AND
Ola Twelfth— 2 large unfurnished rooms: $7.
GERARD HO SSK, 142 SEVENTH— FUR-
nished rooms, single and double, housekeeping.
4 WEEK'S NEWS FOR 5 CENTS— THE
_ _ WEEKLY" CALL, in wrapper, for mailing.
ROOMS TO LET.
"1 C VAN NESS AYE.— NICELY FURNISHED
XO double and single rooms; suitable for doctor.
T SUNNY FURNISHED ROOM FOR GENTLE-
X man;!?.'). CaU 1016 Larkin st.
I LAROE sunny UNFURNISHED BAY-
i- window front room. Call 1016 Larkin st.
99£* a MCALLISTER, OPP. NEW CITY HALL—
--— Sunny furnished rooms; private family; $8
"I A"A HOWARD— NICE " SUNNY SIXGLE
IXI, )\J and double rooms; $1 SO a week up.
1 "1 C 1 MARKET (THE DELAWARE)— NEW
_-_.«_M- house; elegantly furnished or unfurnished
suites and single rooms; all modern Improvements;
ready April 15. MRS. SAUNDERS, proprietress.
91 fl TURK— LARGE FRONT ROOMS; SUNNY
— . a. V and reasonable; also single rooms.
OAO MONTGOMERY— CHOICE FURNISHED
OUa. rooms; sl 50 week; $5 mouth.
_>9| TURK— LARGE FRONT RAY-WINDOW
O-dX suite: private family; rent cheap.
EUROPE HOUSE, 1169 MISSION— NICELY
J furnished rooms; single or en suite, $1 to $3
per week; night 25c to $1; transient solicited. -
9*| 9 LEAVEN WOBNII — NICELY "'"F~U R-
j-X± nished front parlor.
71 MONTGOMERY' ST.— NICELY' FUR-
I J-O nished sunny front rooms: tirst lloor. _______]^
-1 '"•9'-$ MASON— SI 7; 6 ROOMS AND BATH.
"1 f\OQ MASON-$3; * ROOM*
61 GOLDEN GATE AYE. — SUNNY FUR-
xj'i nished rooms, from $4 to $10.
QAQ GEAR — NICELY* FURXISHED SINGLE
VO room for gentleman: cheap.
IOA CLEMENTINA, RET. - SECOND AND
X XJ-± Third, entrance on Third— Tenement of 4
5.) SECOXD-XEWLY PAPERED AND REX-
O-J ovated single and double rooms; $1 to $3 per
9 FURXISHED OR UNFURNISHED ROOMS;
_ cheap. 1528 Market it., near Larkin.
I" fIARGO HOUSE, 105 NEW MONTGOMERY—
Furnished housekeeping suites $2 per week.
3 9QI SE VENTH-3 UNFURNISHED ROOMS,
— O'i cheap to good tenant.
SIXTHS-HE A PEST IN CITY": NICELY
furnished single and double front rooms.
Of* A MINNA-ONE SUNNY, SINGLE FRONT
OUi room and one sunny room suitable for two.
91 ' POWELL— SUNNY FURNISHED
._ 1 ' » rooms, suitable for 2 gentlemen; reasonable, j
,".1 A JONES, NEAR GEARY*— LARGE FRONT
OX sunny room for two gentlemen or man and
9Q PAGE— LARGE UNFUB I sll ED ROOMS,
—<0 suitable for light housekeeping; no children
in bouse. w->:-5
"1 Q9K< SACRAMENTO ST.— 3 ROOMS; SEPA-
XO-*0 rate entrance; rent $8.
HE CARROLTON, 1206 MARKET ST.— ELE-
gantly furnished sunny rooms; rents reduced.
9OC HAVES ST.-LARGE FROXT SUITE OR
—.•JO single furnished; references.
707 MARKET (ESMOND)— FRONT BAY-
-101 window suite for oflTces or housekeeping. •*!
boo i BROADWAY— ONE OR TWO j SUNNY
O-J—2 unfurnished rooms.
1 AA"! P O VV E L L— NICELY FURNISHED
XVVX rooms en suite and single; central location.
I<A 1 OEARY — LARGE UNFURNISHED
JLOi. front sunny room. .
-\-00 and back parlor; gas and bath. '
"1 90 OAK— LARGE WINDOW - ROOM,
X-jD with kitchen complete; clean: 16.
AT 7 MARKET ' (ARCADE)— NEWLY FUR-
OX I inshed: day, week or month: cheap.
(1- BUSH— NEWLY FURNISHED SUNNY
OOX rooms; best location. MRS. A.M. ELKIX3
/ - ELAND SOUTHERN. COR. SEVENTH AND
V.T Mission— Room sail light; water, gas and electric
hells; elevator runs from 7a.m.to 12 m.: single,
60 cents; suites, $1 day; $2 50 and $5 week up.
QI_Q LARGE UNFURNISHED ROOM AND
*4pO» kitchen. 18 Lewjs st., off Taylor, near Post.
"I "I "I 7 TAYLOR - " ST. — SUNNY PARLOR;
JL-LJL 1 folding-bed: also housekeeping rooms.
I 9A A LARKIN* ST.-LARGE SUNNY FUR
X-jVV nlshed front room, $7; single rooms, Sb. •
Tut; MARSHALL, COR. laguna AND Mo-
Allister— All sunny suites and single: splendid
table; rates reasonable. MRS. J. B. MARSHALL.
"VroSEMITE HOUSE, 1045 MARKET, ret.
Jl Sixth and Seventh— Single and suites; per
night, 35c to $1; week, $1 50 10 $5; families.
CHATSWORTH, 703 " SUTTER — SUNNY,
handsomely furnished rooms; bath; good ser-
vice; reasonable. :■ ■
ARLINGTON HOUSE, 127 KEARNY- PLEAS,
ant sunny rooms, en suiteand single; first.class
In every respect ; term's reasonable.
HE SHERMAN APARTMENT-HOUSE; 129
new sunny rooms; strictly respectable: half
price of best hotels with equal accommodations;
very central. 28 Eighth St.. near Market.
stores to LET. ~
il otherbusiness: rent $15. 24 Third st.
9Q_L'-l MISSION ST. use STORE AND 4
-jijrtO llvlug-rooms; nlsoOrius. upstairs; cheap.
(Cl (A. GROUND FLOOR; 6 LARGE ROOMS;
•IP ID. yard for store and living-rooms. Corner
Second st. and Rincon aye., near Braunan st.
. Cal., please confer with an old friend. Address
"Inheritance," box 34, Call Office.
PHYSICIAN WANTS COUNTRY LOCATION:
A fifteen years' experience. Address Physic, box
2, Call Office^ ■--.
TIT" ANTED TO KNOW THE WHEREABOUTS
TT of FRANK J. NELSON. He was last heard of
in San Jose last Septemoer. Any one knowing any-
thing concerning above party please address
H. E. X., San Jose Postoffice.
BUY YOUR CURTAINS. LATHES* AND
gents' furnishing goods, hosiery trimmings,
etc., at Pioneer Drygoods-store, 105 Fifth st.
GENUINE VAPOR ELECTRIC BATHS; LA-
dies and gentlemen ;$l. 1 10 _ Stockton.
"VTO cure! no PAY. we GUARANTEE _m-
JA mediate relief and permanent cure for catarrh,
rheumatism, tumor, cancer, skin disease or any
other disease known to human flesh. Successfully
treated by. mall. For full information address,
with 4 cents stamps, or call at the office, King Lini-
ment Medical Company, 7 Montgomery aye., San
Francisco. DRS. KING and Jon Is. *
ADVICE FREE ; DIVORCE LAWS A SPECI AL-
tv ; collections, damages, wills, deeds, etc. G. W.
HOWE, Att'y-at-law, 350 Market., cor. Stockton.
/ IO WHERE YOU GET GOOD CLOTHING AT
•UT half the merchant tailor's prices. Misfit Cloth-
ing Parlors. 14 Geary St.; fine suits $15; dress
pants $4 75. -
f A NSIE WHITE, INFORMATION WANTED;
-V if alive may hear of something greatly to his
advantage, or his heirs may if he is dead. Address
E. 11. O'HARA, 469 S. Seventh St., San Jose, Cal.
KIIEUMATISM CURED; NEW AND WON-
derful discovery. K. L. JOEL, 121 Stockton.
iTcOND-lIAND AS WELL AS NEW BARS,
O showcases, counters, shelvings, mirrors, desks,
safes, chain, 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 si., above sixth.
DANCING IN aI.l the LATEST branches
taught at IRVINE'S, 927 Mission st.
/'T.T RELIABLE DETECTIVE, BEST OF
Xj reference: save time, money and anxiety. Ad-
dress 11. lE, box 82, Call Office. -
HIGHEST PRICE PAID 1. .DIES' OR GENTS'
. cast-oil clothing. Send postal, J. F., 15 Russ st.
ONE MORE CUT— ' .
Oak Roll Top Desks $14 to $35
Oak Chiffoniers From $10 up
Oak Bed Sets $17 50 up
Oilcloths and Linoleums 30c up
Stoves and Ranges .$3 up
Thousands of bargains. We keep everything.
- Cash or time payments. J. NOONAN,
1017-1019-1021-1023 Mission st., above Sixth.
CAN HAVE DRESSES CUT AXD FITTED
for $3: dresses popular prices or engagements
by the day ; patterns to measure. 11 Geary.
EADQUARTERS 1. i.N0 DISTANCE TELE-
phones, cheap: scud for prices. Klein Electric
Works, 720 Montgomery St., San Francisco, Cal.
.ALLATFOXZO'S CAFE FOR FIRST-CLASS
refreshments; furnished rooms by the day or
week. 2067 Center St., Berkeley station, Berkeley.
It. C. H. S~PEXCER HAS DISCOVERED
how to grow new hair and save what yon have:
a large class under treatment. Send address for
book explaining treatment, 1206 Market. Also
lady partner wanted with $350 to open up a ladies'
J HAUPTLI, LA DIES' HAIR DRESSER, HAS
tl • removed to 1166 Market St., next to the Maze.
QUIET PLACE FOR LADIES TO TRAD. : IX
stocks and gram; large money made on small
vestment. WHEELOCK. & CO., 318 Pine St., 3.
CANCER ANDTE.MoRS CUBED. BLKCTRIO
and magnetic treatments to women and chil-
dren for chronic and nervous diseases; reduced
price to the poor. MRS. LEE, 327 Ellis st.
WALTZ GUARANTEED; PRIVATE OR IN
TT class. PROF. FOSTER'S dancing-school, 997
rJTB E NEW LOUVRE J) INI N ( ; PARLORS' AT
X 8-14 O'FarreU st. are the talk of the town.
LOAKS, CAFES AND SUITS RETAILED AT
mfrs' cost. Factory, 20 Sansome St., upstairs.
KINETosCoPi.s FOR SALE; PHONOGRAPH
outfits bought for cash. Bacigalupl, 916 Mkt.
V IBITING-CABDS ENGRAVED AT ROBERT-
V SON'S, 126 Post st.
WEDDING INVITATIONS ENGRAVED AND
>T printed. ROBERTSON'S, 126 Post st.
OLD BITLDINOS BOUGHT AND SOLD,
store-fixtures, doors, windows, lumber, pipe,
etc.; cheap. Yard 1106 Mission st., nr. Eighth.
AS FIX TUB ES AND PLUMBING. 623
Golden Gate aye. 11. HUFSCHMIDT.
OLD GOLD, SILVER, GENTS' AND LADIES'
clothing bought. COLMAN', 41 Third st.
"WINDOW SHADES MANUFACTURED TO
TT order by WILLIAM McPHUN. 1195 Market.
A WEEK'S NEWS FOR 5 CENTS — THE
■*-»- WEEKLY* CALL. In wrapper, for mailing.
CHILDREN'S DRl.ssEs ST V LISII_yT___DE
at very reasonable prices. 2304 Fillmore st.
NY TOOTH FILLED Olt EXTJIXctToD
-.X-. painlessly by my secret method without dan-
gerous cocaine or gas: won 8 flrst prizes: pricesrea-
sonable; work warranted; all operations expertly
done; remember I have removed from 6 to 20
OTarreU st. DR. GEORGE W. LEEK.
DR. C. ]•*.. BLAKE'S INDESTRUCTIBLE"
teeth— LATEST INVENTlON— Especially for
bridge work: positively guaranteed never to break ;
any patient once seeing them Mill admit this is the
tooth most wanted: also DR. BLAKE'S enameled
platinum crowns: no display of gold.
THE HIGHEST ART LX DENTISTRY.
Prices moderate. Office 405 Sutter, nr. Stockton.
DR. J.J. LEEK, 1 FIFTH— OPEN EVENINGS,
and Sunday until noon.
T"T ALFA N'TS'S,. MASON.COR. MARKET,
A sets of teeth are made to please or no charge;
on bridges, crowns and gold plates prices reduced;
small gold fillings only $2: painless extraction.
.-"IitOOME DENT ASSOCIATION, 759 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 HI.
DRTREA, 9 SIXTH ST.: ALL DENTAL WORK
at lowest prices ana warranted; open evenings
5/7 A SET FOR TEETH: WARRANT!.!) /-?
»4P I good as can be made; filling $1. DR. SIMMS,
dentist, 930 Market St., next Baldwin Theater.
WORK REASONABLE AND WARRANT-
ed. DR. J. W. KEY, 1122 Market st. »
DR. H. G. YOUNG. Bit Do AND TEETH
without plates a specialty. 1841 Polk st,
DR. 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.
OLTON DENTAL ASSOCIATION. 806 MAR-
ket st. DR. CHARLES W. DECKER.
pll EAPEST AND BEST IX AMERICA-THE
\J WEEKLY CALL, sent to any address in the
United .States or Canada one year for $1 50, post-
age free. •
MONEY TO LOAN.
T, RATES ON CITY," COUNTRY/AND
XJ collateral securities. TRAVERSE, 313 Mont-
gomery st. _ - ■.••".-•.■■
A N V SUM (CITY)-DIAMONDS, ESTATES,
A furniture, realty. SPECK'S, SO Montgomery.
MONEY LOANED ON JEWELRY AND DlA-
monds. Mills' building, fifth floor, room 6.
DVANCES MADE on HOUSEHOLD ill:
niture without removal, warehouse receipts
and other securities; lowest interest. Room 68,
Donohoe building, cor. Market and Taylor.
Q-Taa AAA AT 6 PER CENT ON CITY AND
x_*O W.V VXJ Oakland first-class business prop-
erty, A. SCHULLER, 508 Montgomery st. :
ON ANY SECURITY; AT LOW RATES; DEAL-
Ing confidential. 43 Crocker building. .
"J ST AND 2D "MORTGAGES, ESTATES,
J-planos,allmony;any sum. MURPHY.62B Market.
MUNICIPAL LOAN OFFICE, CROCKER
building, room 57; telephone Main 5122.
NY SUM OF MONEY ADVANCED ox
your furniture, pianos or real estate; low rates;
call and state your proposition or write: open
evenings. J. NOONAN. 1021 Mission st.
MONK V LOANED OX JEWELBY AND OTHER
valuables at the Security Loan Bank, 1106
Market St.. nr. Mason: private entrance 7 Turk.
OFFICES TO LET.
O-jO reasonable. . '. V •
DISK ROOM "AT - BOOM 6, SIXTH FLOOR,
Mills building. • '.
■>::- ; ;? •/.," - • STABLES TO LET.
STABLE ROOM FOR 12 lIORSEsf BhXdED.
yard. 1400 Folsom, corner Tenth. ■
TT Turk and Van Ness— (let our rates and ex-
amine our method for storage of furniture and all
kinds of household goods: dust and vermin proof ;
separate rooms at low rates. >
AFE, DRY. CHEAP PLACE 1 TO STORE YOUR
furniture, etc. LI'NDY FURNITURE COM-
PANY, 818 Mission st.
I"*IUHNITURE,- PIANOS AND OTHER Ttfint-
? chandise received on storage; money advanced
on consignments; fire-proof building. 4101'ostst.,
S TORAGE OF FURNITURE, PIANOS, HOUSE-
hoId goods, etc. .1. M. PIERCE, 735 Market st.
l * 1 RST-i LA SS STORAGE; ADVANCES MADE
' 421-423 Market st. Cl I AS. L. TAYLQB,
ADVANCED TO LITIG \ NTs, co IJRT
costs and charges p*''* in matters of probate,
contracts, damages, accidents, notes, first-class
collections and general law business. Address J. F.
NAUQHTOX, 54 Xevada block, S. F.
11-M. 11. CHAPMAN, A It AT-LAW,
TT Mills building, sixth floor, room 5, San Fran-
cisco, Cal. Telephone 1544.
DVICE FREE, DIVORCE LAWS A SPECIAL-
ty; lections, damages, wills deeds, etc. G. W.
HOWE, Att'y-at-law, 850 Market St., cor. Stockton.
Tames k.- itosa attorxey'-at-law,
«l Mills building, seventh floor, room 15.
WW. DAVIDSON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW ,420
.TT . California st... rms. 14-15; advice free. :, ■
JOHN R. AITKEN, ATTORNEY- AT-LAW,
16 and 17, 402. Montgomery st., cor. California.
PIANOS. VIOLINS AND SHEETMUSIO.
"<_' a '£ "-'"ELEGANT SEVEN OCTAVE u£
*iP^tO, right for sale on $5 Installments. 221
Leavenworth st. '-. ' " " - .
ELEGANT SQUARE PIANO AT A SACKl-
fice ; must be sold. 637 Valencia. _
_<__(_ GOOD ROSEWOOD " UPRIGHT FOR
tJJ.OU. sale. 221 Leavenworth st. ' •
TECK, CHICKEKIXG A SONS., VOSE AND
Sterling pianos sold on $10 installments. BEXJ.
CURTAZ <fc SON, sole agents, 16-20 O'-'arreU st.
.1 SECOND-HAND UPRIGHTS, WITH OUR
— guarantee; $125 each. MAUVAIS.769 Market.
EMERSON " FRIGHT PIANO; REASON-
J able. 1421 Vi Hayes at., between 10 and 1.
"VTEW. LARGE, FIXE UPRIGHT; BEAUTI-
-li ful walnut case; splendid tone; perfect condi-
tion; only used 3 months; owner orders it sacri-
ficed for $175. Room 10, Flood bldg. -
OOD - UPRIGHT PIANO FOR PRACTICE;
this week, $75. Room 21, Flood bldg. ■
OME INDUSTRY— HEMME A LOXG PIAXO
CO., 340 Post; pianos sold on installments;
send for illustrated catalogue.' _\ .. -.. -■ -.'■',;.-.
ARP BY SEBASTIAN ERARD; DOUBLE
action and elegantly flnshed ; is found with
difficulty anywhere; a nice selection Is at present
exhibited by SHERMAN. CLAY" A CO.
ARGAIXS— 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. Be careful to go to
KOHLER A CHASE'S, 28 and 30 O'F'arrell st.
DECKER BROS., STEINWAY, FISCHER AND
other first-class makes of pianos; little used;
cheap for cash or on easy terms. KOHLER A
CHASE, 23 and 30 O'Farrell st.
BEAT BARGAIN'S IX SECOND-HAND Pi-
anos at SHERMAN, CLAY A CO.'S, cor. Kear-
ny and Sutter sis. »
"PIANOS SOLD UPON NEW RENT CONTRACT
X plan; please call and have it explained; the
easiest terms ever quoted for procuring fine piano.
SHERMAN, CLAY <te CO., cor. Kearny and Sutter.
IriASY^TERMS; LOW PRICES. KoHLER A
J CHASE. . ■ ■
\\r O. RADOErTW-TU BEXJ. CURTAZ, 20
xx . O'FarreU, agent for Hallet and Davi pianos.
L" I W i ANT~ UPRIGHTS, STAXDARD
X makes, almost new, half original cost; see at
once. F. W. SPENCER A CO., 721 Market st. j
YRON MAUZY", 308 POST ST.-SOHMER,
Newby & Evans, Briggs and other pianos.
TEINWAY' UPRIGHT: SLIGHTLY' USED;
grand tone; half-cost. SPENCER. 721 Market.
SUPERIOR VIOLINS, ZITHERS, OLD A NEW.
11. -MULLER. maker, repairer. 2 Latham place.
CHEAPEST AND BEST IX AMERICA— THE
WEEKLY CALL, sent to any address ln the
United States or Canada one year for $1 50, post- I
age free. ' -
A A HORSES FOR SALE; ALSO WAGON'S,
X~V buggies, carts, harness; Grand Arcade Horse
Market. 327 Sixth st. ; auction sales every Wednes-
day. BOLL-VAN A DOYLE, Auctioneers.
IfiOß SALT. CHEAP— WELL-MATCHED PAIR
roadsters: buggy; harness. 504 Sutter st.
1p OR SALE— HORSE, BUGGY AND HAR-
X ness. Apply Olympic Stables. 503 Sutter st.
HORSES PASTURED; 82 A MONTH; SEND
for circular. F. A. HYDE, 630 Commercial st.
lOH S *- TS SECOND-HAND HARNESS; ALL
J.UI/ kinds: second-hand wagons, buggy, carts;
.also 20 cheap horses. Fifteenth and Valencia sts.
WAGONS ANO CARRIAGES.
WAGON FOR SALE CUEAP."~~BOb
-Ll Hayes st.
ONE COUPELET CARRIAGE, ONE OPEN
buggy, one set double harness, two robes, one
whip: all nearly new; in perfect order: at a bargain
onaccount of departure. City Stables, 332 Bush.
IfUNE BAKERY' AXD LAUNDRY' WAGONS,
X I rockaway. buggies: also hack. 828 Harrlso_,
CHEAPEST AND -EST IX AMERICA— THE
VJ WEEKLY CALL, sent to any address in the
United States or Canada one year for $1 50, post-
the terms and under the authority of a certain
deed of trust, duly executed by WILLIAM
MEHRTENS, LOUIS MEHRTENS, FREDER-
ICK MEHRTENS and DANIEL MEHRTENS,
parties of the lirst part, to HENRY C. CAMPBELL
and THADDEUS B. KENT, trustees, pari of the
second part, and the SAX FRANCISCO SAV-
INGS UNION, party of the third part, dated
April* 28, 1887, and recorded In the oflice ofthe
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 FTIANCISCO
SAVINGS UNION, a corporation, and the holder of
the notes ( Nos. 8112 and 9145),t0 secure of
which the aforesaid deed of trust was executed,
declaring that default had been made in the pay-
ment 01 the principal sum and other sums due un-
der said notes and deed of trust, arid requesting
and directing said HENRY' C. CAM and
THADDEUS B. KENT, trustees, to sell the real
estate described therein and not reconveyed to
satisfy said indebtedness.
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
19 o'clock m. of that day, and in front of the Court-
house at Visalia, 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 01" land situate in the county
of Tulare, State of California, described as follows,
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:
Of section eight (8), the west half (W. Vi); the
west half of the northeast quarter (W. Va of XE.
Vi), and the southwest quarter of the southeast
quarter (SW. Vi of SE. Vi).
Of section sixteen (16), the whole.
Of section seventeen (17), the south half (S. 1/2);
the southwest quarter of the northeast quarter
(SW. Vi of NE. Vi); the south half of the north-
west quarter (8. Va of NW. Vi). and the north-
easi quarter of the northwest quarter (NE. Vi of
NW. ' -.).
Of section twenty-one (21), the east half (E. _) ;
the northwest quarter (fi W. Vi) : the north half of
the southwest quarter (N. • 3 of SW. Vi). and the
southeast quarter of the southwest quarter (SE. Li
of SW. Vi).
Of section twenty-two (22), the southeast quar-
ter 1 si-:. V. 1.
Of section twenty-four (24), the west half of the
west half (W. Va of W. V.)-
Of section twenty-six (26), the west half of the
southwest quarter (W. Va of SW. Vi).
Of section twenty (27), the whole.
Of section thirty-three (33), the southwest quar-
ter (SW. Vi).
Of section thirty-four (34), the west half of the
northeast quarter (W. Va of NE. Vi). and the east
half of the northwest quarter (E. Va of N* W. Vi).
Of section thirty-five (35), the north half of the
northwest quarter (X. Va of XW. Vi).
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. Vi) and the west half of the north-
west quarter (W. Va of W. I _ }.
Of section thirty (30), the north half (X. V 2
and of section thirty-one (31), the north half
Containing in all live thousand one hundred and
ninety-four and twenty-three ' one-hundredths
(5194.23) acres of land, more or less.
Saving and excepting ther- from the following
described portions thereof, to wit:
A strip of land thirty-three (33) feet wide In sec-
tions sixteen (16) arid twenty-one (21), In town-
ship eighteen (18) 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 ln a
southerly direction through the northwest quarter
of said section sixteen forty-one and 80-100 (41.86)
chains, more or less, to a given point;
thence- running through the - west ■ half of ;
the southwest quarter of said section sixteen' (16)
In a southerly direction forty-one and 82-100
(41.83) 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 ln 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 j 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 (211.
Also a strip of land 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 ond 61-100
(7.51) chains, more or less, north of the southeast
corner of said section nineteen (19).
1 Alsoastrip 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 s 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 sold 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 rive and sixty-five one-hundred
(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). -t < - ; . v. .
. 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. Actsofsa' at purchaser's expense.
HENRY C. CAMPBELL, "l Trl]atp<> .
THADDEUS B. KENT, J 1 rustees..
The sale above advertised Is hereby postponed
until SATURDAY, April 27,1895, at same hour
and place above specified therefor.
HENRY C. CAMPBELL, 1 T '.„.
THADDEUS R. KENT, / trustees.
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a kdical _~_ctr_city ; home in confinement: reg-
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;ravelers helped without delay: ladies suffering
irom any complaint call and consult free; French
sills, guaranteed. MRS. DR. WY'ETH, Sanitarium,
.16 Post st., bet. Hyde and Larkin.
DR. WEGENER, PHI V ATE HOME FOR
J- all female diseases; separate rooms for ladies
oeforo and during confinement; have enlarged and
arranged my home to suit rich and poor; irregularl-
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regular physician of long and successful practice;
;ravelers attended ; no delay; all business strictly
confidential; babies adopted. 419 Eddy st.
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aealth. MRS. DR. GWYER, 31iy a Hyde st.
ANEW PROCESS— NO MEDICINE, INSTRU-'
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tier own physician for all female troubles; no mat-
ter from what cause; restores always Inoneday;
if you want 10 be treated safe and sure call on men's
physician ; knowledge can be sent and used at home;
all cases guaranteed. DR. POPPER, 318 Kearny st.
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with Invariable success even in most aggravated
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strictly confidential. Address* DR. J. MILTON
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what cause; home in confinement: also disease of
the eye treated. . /-
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modern remedy for the cure of neurasthenia,
impotency and all disorders of the sexual organs;
$1 a box, (J boxes $5; send for . circular. J. H.
WIDBER, cor. Market and Third, sole agent.
DR. HALL, 14 MCALLISTER, SECOND FLOOR,
next Hibernia Bank; diseases of women.
"VI ME. BORRE, SPIRITUAL MAGNETIC
ill healer; hours 9to 12, Ito 5. 9 Mason st.
"VTICK PRIVATE iIo.MK IN CONFINEMENT
i-Y at the most reasonable price in the city. MRS.
M. PFEIFFER, midwife, 2014 Folsom st.
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.2 50. CO.XX CO., specialists, 1423 Market st.
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matter what cause: treatment scientific, harmless
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TF IRREGULAR OB ANY FEMALE DISEASE
1 see Mrs. Dr. Puetz and be content. 254*/ 2 4th.
DRST GOODWIN, SPECIaTtY 'DISEASES~OF
women; ladies near or far assured quick relief
of disease; irregularities restored daily; safe cure
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best medical attendance; low fees; free; Drs. Scud-
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\ LPEAU'S FRENCH PILLS. [
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TRUSTEES' SALE— ACCORDANCE WITH
the terms and under the authority of
a certain deed of trust, duly executed by
WILLIAM MEnRTENS. LOUIS MEHRTENS,
FREDERICK MEHRTENS and DANIEL
MEHRTENS, parties of the first part, to HENRY
D. CAMPBELL and THADDEUS R. KENT, trus-
tees, parties of the second part, and the SAN*
FRANCISCO SAVINGS UNION, party of
the third port, dated January 5, 1889, and re-
corded in the office of the County Recorder ofthe
Bounty of Tulare, State of California, in Liber 5 of
Iris; Deeds, at pages 175 and following; and in
pursuance of a resolution passed on the 13th day
rf December, 1894, by the Board of Directors of
said SAN FRANCISCO SA VINOS 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
0. CAMPBELL and THADDEUS B. KENT, trust-
ees, to sell the real estate described therein to sat-
isfy said Indebtedness.
We, HEN It C. CAMPBELL and THAD-
DEUS B. KENT, trustees, do hereby give notice,
that on THURSDAY*, the 25th day of April, A. li.
1895, at 12 o'clock m. of that day. and in front of
tbe Courthouse at VlsaUa, Tulare 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 tbe 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:
Of section thirty-four (34), the east half of the
northeast quaver (E. V&OfNE. \_) ; and. the north
half of the southeast quarter (N. -A of SE. Vi)-
In township nineteen (19) south, range twenty-
seven (27) east, Mount Diablo base and meridian:
Of section two (2), the northwest quarter (NW.
14). the south half of the northeast quarter (S. "y_
yi NE. 14), and lots one (1) and two (2): containi-
ng in all four hundred and seven (407) acres of
Together with the appurtenances.
TERMS OF SALE-Cash in gold coin of the
United States; ten per cent payable to the under-
lined on the fall of the hammer; balance on de-
i very of deed ; and If not so paid, unless for want
)f title (ten days being allowed for search), then
told ten per cent to be forfeited and the sale to be
.-old. Acts of sale at purchaser's expense.
HENRY C. CAMPBELL, \rr. „„._,_,_
THADDEUS B. KENT, / trustees.
The sale above advertised is hereby postponed
miil SATURDAY', April 27. 1895, at same hour
md place above specified therefor.
HENRY C. CAMPBELL, .-,.,„_.__,
THADDEUS B. KENT. trustees.
"OTICE OF SAl__^-?U_?LIC^ NTJT-CE is
L' hereby given that under and In compliance
vith the terms of the, decree of the Superior
.onrt in and for the city ana county of San Fran-
:lsco. State of California, auly given and made on
he 25th day of April, 1895, in the action there
>efore said court pending, entitled "ALICE R.
JONG, as administratrix of the estate of GEORGE
deceased, vs. MATTHEW McDONNELL,"
' the undersigned, the receiver in said action,
MR on TUESDAY*, the 80th day of AprU, 1895, at
i o'clock p. m. on that day, at the nursery situ-
it£d on the southeast corner of Hampshire and
fwenty-fourth streets, in said city and county,
iell at public auction all of the property of the late
Inn of LONG & MCDONNELL, consisting «* the
itock, fixtures, appurtenances and goodwill of said
lursery and nursery business, together with the
easehold interest in the premises whereon said
lursery Is situated, to wit: Commencing on the
louihcu.t corner of Hampshire and Twenty-fourth
treats and running thence easterly I along the
outh line of Twenty-fourth street 100 feet:
hence at right angles southerly 318 .
eel: thence at right angles westerly 100
eet to the east line of Hampshire street;
hence at right angles northerly along the
ast line of Hampshire street, 126 feet; thence
it rignt angles easterly, 94. feet; thence at
ight angles northerly, 50 feet thence at right
.ngles westerly 94 feet, to the east line of Hump-
hire street, thence at | rich: angles northerly
long said east line of Hampshire street, 143%
eet to the point of commencement, being part of
Ulssion Block No. 176.
Said leasehold interest consists of the unexnired
erm created by that certain lease dated August 2,
892, wherein ANTON- KRIEG Is lessor and
IEORGE LONG and MATTHEW McDONNELL
.re lessees, and whereby said premises are let to
aid lessees for the period of five years from the
Irst day of September, 1892, at the rental of if 32 50
Said sale will be made to the highest and best
udder, for cash, and subject to the confirmation of
aid Superior Court. . Twenty per cent of the
.mount bid to be paid at the time of sale; the bal-
,nce payable on confirmation of the sale.
In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand
his 26th day of April, 1895. .
JOHN HAVES, Receiver.
2 EWING-MACHINES t RENTED," * 1 60 PER
J month; ail kinds repaired; machines sold from
5 upward. 136 t ' Market st.
.ATEST SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.
Sailed. ~" ~~~
FRIDAY", April 26.
Stmr Truckee, Thomas, Portland, via Tillamook
lay. -■■'.'•■•.'..?. r:
Issued by the Marriage Bureau :
F. W. Smith and Susanna de Tourntel, 32—23.
Dennis Gallagher and Maggie Canning, 26—20.
Manuel Torre and Mary Bauman, 25—18.
Jefferson Storey and Josephine Berry. 33—23.
Vincent Reid and Mary Walsh. 26—22.
.John It. Hllbert and Josephine. Coogan, 30—24.
B. A. Erickson and Maria E. Lukurila, 24—24. -
August Gurgus and Beta Hartrrrann, 36—29.
Henry Loeb and Amelia Ochs, 24—
DIVORCE'; SUITS BEGUN. ~~
James W. Searle vs. Mary J. Searle.
Lillian Russell vs. Robert Russell.
Henry J. Trachman vs. Minnie Trachman.
BIRTHS— MARRIAGES— DEATHS.
fßirth, marriage ana death notices sent by mall
vlll not be Inserted. They must be handed in at
ither of the publication offices aud be Indorsed
vitn the name and residence of persons authorized
0 have the same published.]
JATES-In this city, April 26, 1895, to the wife of
¥. D. Bates, a son.
RUZOLICH— In' San : Jose, April 22, 1895, to the
wife of A. Buzollch, a son. j
CORDSEN— In this city, April 25, 1895, to the
wife of J. Cordsen, a daughter.
DELEHANTY— this city, April 16, 1895, to the
wife of E. J. Delehanty, a daughter.
O'CONNELL— In this city, April 24, 1895, to the
wife of John O'Connell, a son.
SPACEMAN— In Oakland, April 24, 1895, to tha
wife of S. Spackman, a son.
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LANG— KORNFELD— In this city, April 24. 1895,
by the Rev. W. H. Schoenfeld, Sander Lang and
Fannie Kornfeld. .. '. v " : :':,".:■■ ■
REDTaYGER— DYER— In this city, April 24,
1895, Philip F. Bedtager and Maggie Dyer, both
of San Francisco.
SEABBY— PORTER— At Santa Rosa, April 25,
1895, by the Rev. J. A. Shepherd, D.D., Frederick
W. Searby and Ellen Wood, eldest daughter of
Judge W. W. Porter. /
TENNESON— BOLAND— In this city, April 24,
1895, by the Rev. F. B. Farrand, Martin Tennes-
son and Rosie Boland. both of San Francisco.
THOMAS-HENRY— In this city, April 25, 1895,
by the Rev. J. W. nenry, Jay B. Thomas and
Lida D. llenrv, both of San Francisco.
• Becker, Nicolaus McCaffrey, Matthew
Bordwell, W. W. McMahon, James W.
Belton, Owen McLeod, Alexander L.
Dowd, Patrick T. Oliva, Carolina
Kuck, Ernest Olson, ('amain Lewis
Krause, Appelonia Powell, Abraham
Later, Amelia Shirpser, Isidor
Martin, Annie P. Smith, Fannie R.
Mills, Irving Wood Scott, Henry Harrison
Morien, Victor Torsney, Thomas
Murphy, John M. Vandewater, Emma
BECKER— In this city, April 25, 1895, Nicolaus
Becker, brother of the late Ferdinand Becker,
and uncle of Charles, Frank, Ferdinand, Ellen,
Louisa and Mary Becker, a native of Baden,
Germany, aged 70 years. [Victoria (B. C.) and
Boston (Mass.) papers please copy.J
fl£S~Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Saturday), at 2 o'clock p. if., from the par-
lors of the Pacific Undertakers, 777 Mission
street, between Third and Fourth. Interment
I. O. O. F. Cemetery.
BORDWELL— this city, April 25, 1895, Wil-
liam W. Bordwell, a native of New York/aged 64
BELTON— In Oakland, April 26, 1895, Owen Bel-
ton, a native of County Louth, Ireland, aged 85
DOWD— In this city, April 25, 1895, Patrick
Thomas, beloved husband of Ann and father of
Vincent, Stephen and .Tamers Dowd and Mrs. E.
Coleman, a native of County Roscommon, Ire-
land, aged 65 years. •'/.''-- '•' '
49T-'Tlends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invitea to attend the funeral TIIIS DAY
(Saturday), at 8:30 a. m., from his late resi-
dence, 1438 Twenty-sixth street, thence to St.
Paul's Church, corner Church and Twenty-ninth
streets, where a solemn requiem mass will be cele-
brated for the repose of his soul, commencing at
9 o'clock a. M. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.
KUCK— lnthlß city, April 24,' 1895. Ernest, be.
loved son of Mrs. D. Kuck, and brother of George
Kuck, Mrs. P. Brownlee, Hermann, Annie and
Frederick Kuck. a native of San Francisco, aged
16 years 7 months and 10 days.
tar Friends and acquaintances and members
of Court Star of the West No. 6956, A. O. F., are
respectfully Invited to attend the funeral TO-
MORROW (Sunday), at 1 o'clock p. m., from the
residence of his mother, 8 Welsh street, thence*,
to Foresters Hall, 102 O'Farrell street, where* I
funeral services will be held under the auspices
of Star of tlie West Juvenile Court No. 1, A. O. F.
commencing at 2 o'clock. Interment I. O. O. F.
Cemetery. -' :"■
KBAUSE— In this city, April 24. 1895. Appelonla,
beloved wife of the late Frank Krause, and
mother of Frank, Alexander, Anna. Oscar and,
Ida Krause, a native of Germany, aged 50 years
and 18 days. A member of Fairmount Council
No. 103, O. C. ¥.. and Bother Kreuz. [New York
and Chicago papers please copy.J
*s"Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral TO-MORROW
(Sunday), at 1 o'clock p. _ from her late resi-
dence, 8 Prospect aye., bet. Twenty-seventh and
Twenty-eighth streets, thence to Druids' Hall,
413 Sutter street, near Stockton, where funeral
services will be held at 2 o'clock P. m. Interment
I. O. O. F. Cemetery.
LATER— In this city, April 28, 1895, Amelia,
beloved wife of William Later, a native of Bris-
tol. England, aged 28 years.
jK_r*Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend tbe funeral TO-MORROW
(Sunday), at 12:30 o'clock p. M.. from her late
residence, 320 Langton street. Interment Holy
MARTIN— In Oakland, April 24, 1895, Annie P.,
beloved wife of J. C. Martin, a native of Butte
gg- interment private. Please omit flowers.
MILLS— In this city. April 26, 1895, Irving Wood
Mills, beloved son of William H. and Maria E.
Mills, a native of Sacramento, aged 24 years 8
months and 12 days.
«3~ lnterment private in Sacramento. Please
McCAFFREY-In this city, April 26, 1895,
Matthew, beloved husband of the late Catherine
McCaffrey, a native of Garvah, County Derry,
Ireland, aged 59 years.
tttT Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral TO-MORROW
(Sunday), at 10 o'clock a. m., from his late resi-
dence, "260 Locust avenue, between Van Ness
and Franklin street, thence to St. Mary's Cathe-
dral, Van Ness avenue, where a requiem high
mass will be celebrated for the repose of his
soul, commencing at 9 o'clock a. m. Interment
Calvary Cemetery. Please omit flowers.
MCMAHON— In this city, April 26, 1895, entered
into rest, James W.. beloved son of Elizabeth and
the late James McMahon, a native of San Fran-
cisco, aged 41 years, New York papers please
jB3**The funeral will take place TO-MORROW
(Sunday), at 7 :30 o'clook A. M., from his late resi-
dence. 923 Broadway, thence to St. Francis
Church, where a solemn requiem mass will be
celebrated for the repose of his soul, commencing
at 8 o'clock. Interment Holy Cross Ceme-
McLEOD— In this city, April 26, 1895, Alexander
L., beloved husband of Margaret McLeod,' a na-
tive of Prince Edward Island, aged 57 years 7
months and 21 days.
gg- Notice of funeral hereafter.
MORIEN— In this city, April 25, 1896, Victor, be-
loved son of John and Victorine Morien, and
brother of Eugene Pierret, a native of San Fran-
cisco, aged 1 year 3 months and 6 days.
MURPHY— this city, April 26, 1895, John M.
beloved son of Virginia E. and the late John M,
Murphy, a native of San Jose. . . . ;
OLIVA— this city, April 26, 1895, Carolina,
beloved daughter of Joseph and Victoria Oliva,
and sister of Joseph, Louis and Nilda Oliva.
a native of San Francisco, aged 6 months.
Bf_f"Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral TO-MORROW
(Sunday), at 10 o'clock a. m.. from her parents'
residence, 1933 Union street. Interment Holy
" Cross Cemetery.
OLSON— Marshfield, Or., AnrU 23. 1895, Cap-
tain Lewis Olson, dearly beloved husband of Delia
J. Olson, and father of Oliver J.. Lewis. William,
Waller, Henrietta, Edward. Joseph and Henry
Olson, a native of Stavanger, Norway, aged 67
years 2 months and 1 day.
JCSSTFriends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral TO-MORROW
(Sunday), at 1 o'clock p.m., from his late resi-
dence, 814 Twenty first street, near Guerrero.
Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.
POWELL— In this city, April 26, 1895, Abraham
Powell, a native of Philadelphia, Pa., aged 67
years 3 months and 2 days.
JBSs"Friends are respectfully Invited to attend
the funeral services TO-MORROW (Sunday), at
2 o'clock p. m., at Masonic Temple, Post and
Montgomery streets, under auspices of California .
Commandery No. 1, K. T.
SCOTT— In this city, April 25. 1895, Henry Harri-
son Scott, a native of Virginia.
Funeral services will be held THIS DAY
(Saturday), at 2 o'clock p. m., at his late resi-
dence, 3212 Washington street. ....-; ••_*_•:
SMITH— In Alameda, April 24. 1895, oftypito-
inalarlal fever, Fannie R., wife of Albert W.
smith, aged 81 years. Former residence, Adrian,
SHIRPSER— In Boseburg, Or., April 26, 1895,
Isidor shirpser. beloved husband of Mrs. I. Shirp-
ser and fattier of Mrs. H. Wollenberg, a native of
TORSNY— In this city, April 25, 1895, Thomas
■ Torsny, uncle of Mrs. Samuel McFadden, Mrs. P.
J. Donohue and , Mrs. P. Conlan, a native of
County Sligo, Ireland, aged 60 years.
aS~Fr!ends ' and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral TO-MORROW
(Sunday), at 10:15 o'clocK a. v.. from 1654
Hayes street, thence to Sacred Heart Church,
where a requiem high mass will be celebrated
. for- tne repose of his soul, commencing at 11
o'clock a. m. interment Holy Cross Cemetery.
VANDEWATER— In this city, April 25, 1895,
: Emma, beloved wife of W.- C. Y'andewater. and
mother of Emma and Irene Vandewater, and
sister of William and Kate Horn, a native of
010 County, Cal., aged 29 years.B mouths and 3
days. [Chicago, Ltlca, N. V., and British Colum-
bia- papers please copy.] ■> . .
& s"Friends and ! acquaintances are respect-
fuiiv invited to attend the funeral TO-MORROW
(Sunday), at 2 o'clock P. v., from her late resi-
dence. 54% Laskie street, off Mission, between
Eighth and Ninth. Interment Masonic Ceme-
WaVTERS— In this city, April 22, 1895, Michael,
beloved brother of James Waters, a native of Bal-
gree, County Meat Ireland, aged 49 years.
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