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BUSINESS CHANCES
FOR S^X^^R^XCHANGE-BEST-PAYING
restaurant in San Jose, clearing over $100 per
month: part cash, balance trade; full investigation
allowed : state what you have. P. O. box 425, San
Jose. - _* '
BUM NESS WANTED WHERE AN INVEST-
ment of $500 will pay a fair return to adver-
tiser for capital and time; no liquor. Address C.
})., 16V2 Dangers st., San Francisco.
AIAA PARTNER IN GOOD PAYING
UU. lodging-house. P., box 107, Call.
OOD PAYING RESTAURANT; GOOD IX-
X vestment for man and wife; cheap rent. 62
Eighth st. ■
CIOA/I HALF-INTEREST IN GOOD-PA Y-
fT" 1 1 — ' M '. ing liquor ana bar business to a suit-
able man; trial granted. FISCHER, 117 Front st.
OFFEE - SALOON AND FIRST - CLASS
i creamery; $3000. Apply SPECK'S, 30 Mont-
gomery^ ■
\jl” l\ COFFEE-SALOON: MONTGOMERY:
CsOOU. clears SPECK'S. 30 Montgomery.
REAT BARGAIN-SALOON IN FINE LO-
I cation: very cheap if taken at once. Call to-
day (Sunday) between 2 and 5 p. x. at 116 Geary.
© QAA RESTAURANT FOR SALS— ON ONE
tlpOUv'. of the most principal streets, off Mar-
ket; most be sold at once. Address J. A., box 94,
Call Otiice. ■ „-; ■.->•..■.■ ■-•
>> t 1 1 < i CASH; BARGAIN: PHYSICIAN'S
'"■'"• office practice. Address 8., box 6, this
office.
BLACKSMITH WITH $1000 TO BUY HALF
interest in a first-class paying country shop;
will bear inv-stiga.:oti. R. T. WARD ft CO., 608
and 610 Clay st.
\\TANTED— PARTNER IN BANDAGE AND
'» truss business. H. S., box 7, Call.
LD - ESTABLISHED CORNER SALOON;
must be sold : at a sacrifice on account of death
of proprietor. Call to-day, SW. cor. Eighth and
Howard sts.
L'OH SALE— JEWELER'S WORKSHOP AND
J tools: good established trade. Apply 9 Ninfli.
»> I XJ\ RESTAURANT: EASY PLACE TO
CT luu. run: good trade; worth $300. 958 How-
ard st.
p OOD- PAY ING RESTAURANT; CHEAP;
VX dally receipts $25. 626 Sacramento st.
I ATIO N B BY AND NOTION STORE CHEAP;
O rare chance for man and wife. 1332 Pacific St.
OYSTER, CHOP-HOUSE AND RESTAURANT
on Kfarny st. FALCONER ft CO.. 1189
■ Market .st.. near Eighth.
FOR SALE- A FINE restaurant doing
big business; splendid location. Inquire JOHN
KEIDY. 19 sixth St.; rent $25.
MiNK~"FOR SALE-PARTY WISHES TO DlS-
pose of mining property located in one of the
principal mining be) in California; easy of ac-
cess; property partially developed : including mill,
water rights, etc; cosy terms: little cash required.
Address or call owner, 1046 Mission st.
AN FRANCISCO EVENING PAPER ROUTE
for sale in Oakland. J. \\ '., Oakland Call Office.
I~>OR CANDY BUSINESS AND ICE-
cream parlors; legitimate paying investment:
will teach buyer to manufacture. 130 Ninth st.
Enterprising ; Y ; OUNG WOMAN with
X-t good paying business wishes partner with capi-
tal; no agents. A., box 47, Call Office.
4OAAW ILL BUY STOCK, FIXTURES OF A
if O"U reliable, paying business on Market, near
Fourth; no agents. Owner 110 Ellis st.
"UTELL - ESTABLISH ED~ AND PAYING
»T business for sale; capital required, $10,000;
cash or secured notes. Every facility for exam-
ination offered to an Intending purchaser and will
assist party until thoroughly familiar with ■ the
business. Address P. G." L., Call office, Oakland.
"Qf'A ~CIGAR-STAND: MUST SELL; OWNER \
<vT | vJv/. leaving city: good location: stock worth
the money. FALCONER ft CO., 1189 Market St.,
Central Park.
UNSET RESTAURANT FOR sale— sells
cheap. 495 Fourth st.
<"'< U\ LODGING-HOUSE FOR SALE.WITH
. ,>\f\J. 35 rooms. 641 Washington st., near
Kearny.
T UMBER PLANT FOR SALE, UNDER DEED
Ij of trust — We will sell at Yreka, Cal., June 8.
1895, th- North star Lumber-mill plant, dwellings,
timber land, etc.. located at Pebble, 8 miles east of
Mott, Siskiyou County, Cal.
E^Sl^atees.
Redding, Cal.. May 15, 1895.
ffij I-r RESTAURANT; AVERAGES $10 TO I
'.. 1 * O, $12 per day ; low rent. Apply this office. I
I? OR SALE— FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT I
-I boarding-house, with good-paying saloon: build- j
ing of 20 room with furniture: mus: be sold on ac-
. count of sickness. Address MRS. J. DELCROIX,
Tibnron.
<"i IA PARTNER: FINE SALOON AND
. t"POv'V/. rooming-house; partner handles all
moneys and pays bills: will clear each $80. Apply i
B. Z., 530 Montgomery st.
poll j: FOB SALE ON THIS PAPER. 2104b
-IV Leavenworth, 12 11. or after 5 p. m.
ECHANICS' BOARDING-HOUSE: TWELVE
rooms: for sale, cheap: cheap rent. 924 Larkin.
BRANCH bakery AND stationery for
. sale. 121 Guerrero St., near Fourteenth.
T.-lOR SALE-BAKERY' AND RESTAURANT.
X: 506 Turk St., near new City Hall.
VTEW RAKERY; 148 iIFTH st.: doing A i
XI good business; price $200.
RANCH BAKERY AND CANDY-STORE !
for sale. 209 Leavenworth st.
<->"<i CORNEB SALOON POR SALE; DO- 1
Q —■<''. ing good business. 513 Moutgomery st. i
BAT.- MX- RESTAURANT DOING LARGE
business; must sell cheap this week; don't fail
to see II : cause of selling, present owner don't
understand business; no agents. Apply 1113 Fol-
«>om st.
"■y'KWS, STATIONERY, CANDY AND TOY
-•-' store for saie. 1650 Folk st.
BRANCH BAKE~RY~AN*D " NOTION STORE ;
must sell ; bargain. 921 Oak.
"L^OirSAIJi— GROCERY AND BAB; WITH OB
X without stock: cheap. 765 Folsom.
1,-<>\: BALK— GROCERY AND BAR; GOOD
X I location. Apply LEVY ft CO., 219 Grant aye.
GOOD RESTAURANT FOR SALE: OWNER IS i
vJ making money: rent $15. Call 1009 Larkin st ■
~&1 ({(U\ HALFCASH, BALANCE INSTALL^
»i)I.UUU. ments: business pays $175 month; I
ri'^'ht man can easily increase it to $500 or more I
.. Inquire CURTIS ft BOWLEY, 32 second floor. I
Mills building.
VICE LITTLE DRUG BUSINESS FOR SALE.
-*y Inquire of REDINGTON & CO.. 23-27 second
r.t., San Francisco.
PHARMACIST, WITH $500, HOLDING I
••X diploma, to take half interest in homeopathic !
pharmacy, in Oakland, clearing $150 per month:
owing to Increase of business must take in partner;
only homeopathic pharmacy in Oakland. Address
box 68, Call Office. Oakland.
PARTNER^-BAN FRANCISCO FIRM ESTAB-
X iMhed 7 years, doing good business, intends
branching out and desires partner who is to invest
.$5000; can make good salary and 8 to 12 per cent
on investment: a fine opportunity to get into a
live, well established firm; investigation desired-
references offered and required; principals only. '
Address Partner, box 160, Call Office.
MUST BE SpLD~TTIIS-\VEEK-THK FOL j
lowing business and all the buildings on the
premises: ground lease running fifteen years' very
tame corner lot; coal and wood yard and livery
stable combined: blacksmith-shop and tools; car-
riage ■ try and paint-shon, with vacant store and
pal : allfor?1200; situated near the center of Oak-
land, on one of the principal business streets; this
is positively a grand opening for some oue wisninr
to go in business: cal! early. J. S. MYERS, 1002
Broadway, Oakland.
£7000 £ As »~ ii<l buy you an estab-
q IUUUIUbtd business, well located, having
fine cash trade in stationery-, school supplies
agateware, tinware, woodenware, toys, notions
He: one of firm will assist purchaser for 1 month
, Address bazaar, box 65. Call Office.
MUST BK SOLD AT" ONCE: best paying
livery stable in town; 30 boarders: 25 livery
horses: hacks, buggies, etc.: centrally located:
low rent : this is a fine opportunity to get a good
business at a bargain: principals only. Address
P. V. . box 127; \ his office.
<">,(►( Ml IXrIiRIUK AGENCY OF THIS FAt
«IP«JV/V/U. per; pays over $200 per month ; sick-
■ ness cause of selling. Apply this office.
CLAIRVOYANTS. "
•pROF.^ GKE, SPIKXBT TEST DAILY; CIB-
X.cles Monday, Tuesday, Friday, 8 P. m. 1031
Market s:.; %be. \ . .
LKON, palmi St 7 CLAIRVOYANT, LIFE
XJ reader. 533 Post st.; hours 9a.m.to 8 p. m •
also Sundays. ' '
\f M E.Dlt. THOMAS, SCIENTIFIC '. REVEAL-
i.U er by eggs and cur Is (In English orGerman)tells
entire life, past, present, future; consultat ons on
all affairs, i.oiiiiai,- •'xcepted; names given: good
advice: sure help: restores lot; love by sympathy •
mistake Impossible; fee $1; letter $2. 30 Kearny!
AUGUSTA LEOLA, FORTUNE TELLER-
ma-ic charms: love tokens: true picture of
future wife and husband; teaches fortune-telline-
develops c alrvoyanre, s'ato writing, etc • has the
seven holy scaN and the Palestine wonder charm-
fet-$l and upward. 2326 -Mission, nr. Twentieth.
MRS. J. J. WHITNEY. CLAIRVOYANT, TEST
medium and life-reader. . 218 Stockton.
; •; \■ - hriKITUALISJI. -
SPIRITUAL TEST CIRCLE TO-NIGHT 10c"
MME. : YOUNG. 605 McAllister st. Professor
Young's orchestra of 9 pieces. ' Vocal quartet.
YPSY LIFE-READER; LADIES 2Sc;GENTB
, 60c; near Market/ 5 Seventh st.
\fRS. 8. SEAL-SPIRITUAL MEDIUM: RE-
-I*l ligious cir. Wed. 8 p.m.; Thurs., 2:30: 110 Mc-
Allister su . ' " . •
.) "\f RS.EGGERT AIKEN, TRANCE MEDIUM:
-l-'X.clr. Sun. eve.: developing cir. Tues. eve. 715
Post st. : —
M~ RS.-HENDEE ROGERS. GIFTED MEDIUM
healer: clr.. Mon and Fri; sit dally: 122 Turk.
ASTROLOGY.
A STRAL SEER-PROF. HOLMES, 523 GEAR?
x*. St.; horoscopes, questions, stocks, advics. y-:?..;?
. PAL3IISTRY. r ;-:;-. ; ■.'. .' ■
MME. MINERVA, THE. MARVELOUS ENG-
■i'i. lish palmist, grants Interviews daily from 10
to 5:30 in her rooms at the Oriel; cor. of Market
and Franklin, third floor, room 43; fee $1 : garden
parties, bazaars, etc. , attended ; lessons given. v f • .- i ;
LODGING-HOUSES FOR SALE.
■TkROOMS NEAR GEARY; ALL FULL; ?550.
X-O SPECK'S, 30 Montgomery.
3& ROOMS; CLEARING $60 MONTH-
•irZ/UU. iy. SPECK & CO., 30 Montgomery st.
ROOM AND BOARDING ", HOUSE (COR-
«J«J ncr). north of Market: rich, modern furni-
ture; house full. SPECK'S, 30 Montgomery st.
TURK— IO ELEGANTLY' FURNISHED
D\JO rooms; $500: cheap rent; a bargain.
"{.''OR SALE— CORNER LODGING-HOUSE; 22
X; rooms. ; Apply at 712 Kearny sU Yl
House OF 22 ROOMS: MUST BE SOLD;
make an offer. 22% Seventh st., nr. Market.
QQ-ROOM LODGING- HOUSE: CLEARING
00 $125 per month. 780 Folsom St.
1 AND ALL, COME FOR BARGAINS TO BUT-
X TERFIELD real estate. Crocker building.
F tIKNJ T IIKE FOit SALE.
TMniNrTiußTiroinfßo7)M^rF?^^
X I to let; rent $14. 31 Beldeman St., bet. Scott
and Devisadero, oft' O'Farrell.
EDROOM SET, $11: PATENT TABLES-
JJ $2 15; Roxbury Brussels, 75c laid; oilcloth,
20c; open evenings. SHIREK, 1310 Stockton st.
. O. KR ASK V, CARPETS. PICTURES,
. folding. iron beds, furniture: low prices; Cal.
stepladdef manufactd for the trade. 779 Mission.
Cl) . PRICES IX FURNITURE AND CARPETS
> this w».-k at McCABE'S, 948-050 Mission st.
]) EDUCTIONS ON LARGE STOCK, NEW AND
IV second hand; 400 carpets, good as new; oil-
cloth, 26c; parlor suits, $19 up; linoleum, 45c;
7-ptece chamber suits, $14 50; cornice-poles, 25c:
ranges, $6; cash or installments; goods snipped
free. T. H. NELSON. 126 Fourth st.
FI'KXITIiKE WANTED.
CTT'ERFIELD.^AUCTToXEEIC^McAt
-IJ lister st.— Specialty, buying furniture of houses.
C. MUTHER, THE AUCTIONEER. BUYS
• furniture at highest cash prices. 5 Fourth st.
HOW CASES, BAR, RESTAURANT, CANDY
outfits, fixtures, etc., bought and sold. 125 Fifth.
CAKPETS.
p^m?S?FXsr*4^c7TAl^T~^XßU^y^^KUs-
X> sels, 76c. laid: linoleum, 40c; heavy oilcloth,
20c: open evenings. sHIREK. 1310-1312 Stockton.
____________
CAKPET CLEANING.
IVatTonal CARPET BEATING "and RBN(>
±> vat ing Works. HAMPTON & NUNAN; laying
and altering. 313-315 Guerrero; Tel. Mission 244.
Cl I V STEAM CARPET-BEATING AND
Renovating Works, 38 and 40 Eighth st. G. R.
STEVENS, manager. Telephone No., south 250.
pARPETS "THOROUGHLY CLEANED AND
\J renovated same am new. S. FERGUSON &
CO., 23 Tenth si. Telephone number, south 36.
TV HEN YOU BECOME DISGUSTED WITH
" poor work send to SPA ULDING'S PloneerCar-
pet Beating Works, 353-7 T. i.ama; tei. So-40.
pONKLIN'S CARPET BEATING WORKS. 838
\J Golden Gate aye.; telephone east 126.
rvAKPETS WELL CLEANED. BARBER'S, 233
\J 14th, nr. Mission; tel. (Mission) 100.
HE J. E. MITCHELL C ARPET^LE AN I
Co. (incorp.); old established carpet cleaning
machines; cleaning 3c yard. 230 14th, tel. 6074.
MCQUEEN'S CARPET BEATING AND REX-
. ovatliiK works. 453 Stevenson: tel. 3228.
PIANOS. VIOLINS, ETC.
\l[ AGXIFICEXT LARGE UPRIGHT IN OUR
IX bargain-room this week: elegant fancy case;
line tone; guaranteed: quality considered offered at
the lowest price in the city: uprights for practice
$60 and $100, etc. THE J. DEWING COMPANY,
second floor. Flood bldcc, sole agents for the cele-
brated Hart man and Chas* Brothers, etc
ASH $70, UPRIGHT PIANO: ALSO AX-
other $100: immediate. Room 21. 809 Market.
BARGAIXSIX NEW AND2D-JIAND PIANOS;
Hazel ton, Brown A; Simpson, Mozart, etc. : hard-
times prices; installments. EATON, 735 Market st.
G- EORGE F. WELLS, SOLE AGENT FOR THE
Mathushek pianos; sold on very easy install-
ments; pianos rented. 1360 Market st.
\TE\V $8 PICCOLO AND $40 FLUTE AT
j-> half. J. P., box 31, Call Office.
WM. G. BADGER, WITH KOHLER <fc CHASE
»» 26, 28 and SO O'Farrell st.
UR NEW RENT-CONTRACT PLAN IS
meeting with great favor: terms of payment
are so easy that everybody can have a piano: besi :
makers: largest stock. SHERMAN. CLAY & CO. j
HARP BY SEBASTIAN EKARD; DOUBLE
action and elegantly rinshed; is found with
difficulty anywhere; a nice selection is at present
exhibited by SHERMAN, CLAY * CO.
CTECK. CHECKERING & SONS., VOSE AND
kj Sterling pianos sold on $10 Installments. BEXj.
CURTAZ & SON, sole agents, 16-20 O'Farrell St.
O SECOND-HAND UPRIGHTS, WITH OUR
«-' guarantee; $125 each. MAX; VA15.769 Market.
HOME INDUSTRY— HEMME ft- LONG PIANO
CO., 340 Post; pianos .sold on installments;
send for illustrated catalogue-
A BETTER AND EASIER PLAN TO BUY A
-*»- Rood piano by renting. Be careful to go to
KOHLKR ft CHASE'S, 28" and 30 O'Farrell st.
DECKER BROS.. IN WAY, FISCHER AND
XJ other first-class makes of pianos: little used; |
cheap -.for cash or on easy terms. KOHLER & I
CHASE, 28 and 30 O'Farrell st.
GREAT BARGAINS IN SECOND-HAND PI- I
vJT anos at SHERMAN, CLAY & CO. cor. Kear- |
ny and Sutler - -.
ASY TERMS: LOW PRICES. KuHLER &
CHASE.
T?E\\*s ELEGANT UPRIGHTS, STANDARD
X; makes, almost new, half original cos: ; see ac
once. F. W. SPENCER &. CO., 721 Market st.
BYRON M A U 308 POST ST.— SOHMER,
Newby ft Evans, Brigg3 and other pianos.
TEINWAY UPRIGHT; SLIGHTLY USED;
0 grand tone; halt-cost. SPENCER, 721 Market.
SUPERIOR th I NS, ZITHERS, OLD A NEW.
H. MILLER, maker, reoa'.rer. 2 Latham place.
r [- A 1 1 11 patterns" CUT TO MEASURE.
1 basque or skirt, lac. 115 Kearny st., room 14.
IiOKSES.
T\r ANTE —14 SOUND YOUNG HORSES,
''.weighing from 1150 to 1300 pounds. State
prices and address room 40, 1151 Market st.
If OR SALE— GOOD BUSINESS OR FAMILY I
br,r3e, buggy and harness; price $125. Apply
at 528 Shotwell st. . .
1^0 II SALE — HANDSOME BROWN MARE,
151/2 hands high; weight 1100 pounds; age 6 !
years; trots in better than 3 minutes; sound and j
gentle: afraid of nothing; price $150; also 2 colts, '
4 and 5 years old; broken to harness: Antevolo- !
Echo stock; will be sold cheap. Inquire 347 Fre-
mont St., in the rear.
FUR SALE— AT A BARGAIN: HIGH-BRED 1
mare, buggy and harness: -splendid for doctor. I
Inquire New York Stable, 507 Jessie st.
J A HORSES FOR SALE: ALSO -WAGONS,
TV/ buggies, carts, harness; Grand A read" Horsa I
Market, 327 Sixth st. : auction sales every Weanes- '
day. SULLIVAN & DOYLE. Auctioneers.
HORSES PASTURED: 182 A MONTH; SEND
for circular. F. A. HYDE, 630 Commercial st.
I 00 BETS SECOND-HAND HARNESS; ALL
X\J\J kinds: second-hand wagons, buggy, carts:
also 20 cheap horses. Fifteenth sod Valencia nts. i
)— — !
WAGONS AND CAKKiAGHS.
ANTED- DEEP WAGON; 4 WHEELS: FOB
' » coal; to carry about 4000 pounds, for 1 horse;
state where can be seen and price. Box 10, Oak-
land, Call Ofilce.
liX>B BALE— COVERED ROCKA WAY : a RAH-
gain. THOMAS FOLEY, 1812 Powell st. ■
PHAETON: WILL TRADE FOR 3 HORSES.
Mascot Stable .1102 Golden Gate avenue.
SEWING MACHINES.
SEWING-MACHINES ; RENTED, ■ $I~6O~P~ER '
month; a'l kinds repaired; machines sold from ■
$5 upward. IZC* Market st.
►'OK SALE-MISCELLANEOUS.
I~~?OTl SALE^I^TURESSUITED FOR~GRO-
eery; store bins, drawers and shelving; cheaD.
Inquire of C. P. GIBBONS, 844 Capp st., or 2612
Mission st. " -
(5;_A A COURTOIS SLIDE TROMBONE; IN I
»U7tv/. perfect condition; used carefully 1 y^ar; '
8-Inch" bell; heavy tone; price includes • heavy •
leather case and lyre. Address L. A., box 138
Call Office. , .■', . .., . . . . . '.
EGGS— A LARGE VARIETY THOROUGH- !
bred. for batching. F. KB A US. 1031 McAllister.
©OX BUYS SEVEN SL.OT ~ .MACHINES-
• w -.<) obliged to sell. Address W., box 60, Call.
H I LDREN^S DONKEY - CHEAP; SMaIZ
\J and very gentle. C, box 107, Call Office.
mHR AS"HINO~ENG INE FOR SALE CHEAP—
X One Bxl4 straw-burning thrasning engine, with
brand new boiler: built to carry a working pressure
of 100 pounds of steam. Apply at T. J. MOYNI-
HAN'S boiler works, ' 311 and 313 Mission st.,
6Quthwest corner Beale. : :
ICYCLE-RENTING LOCATION: THE BEST j
XJ location in this city; directly opposite the en-
trance to the park; this location can be obtained ;
with ike house at a reasonable price; rent nominal
Inquire on the premises, 409 Stanyan st. r -■•
\TtW $100 LADY'S SAFETY; $50 CASH OR i
-L> Installments. 326 McAllister st. : •
Al LOT OF EASTERN STANDARD MAKES '
of safes which have been taken in exchange I
as part payment for the Waltz safes, as follows: !
3 burglar-proof bank orcoin safes, 7 jewelers' safes,
» pawnbrokers' safes, 13 merchant safes: fire and
burglar proof: all sizes; at less than half cost; see
them before you order. The Waltz Bate Salesroom,
221 and Market et., factory 13 and 15 ? m ?
St., San Francisco. Cal.
■•TW-EW RANGES CHEAPER THAN SECOND-
1M hand. W. S. RAY Co.. 12 California s:.
■UriLSIIIRE SAFE. LETrER-PRESS. SCALE,
TT , coffee-mill and money-till; cheap. 102 Clay st-
IO UNTE R 8 - SHELVING,'^ SHOWCASES
\J bought and sold 11211^ Market, bet. 7lh and Bth
TO. EXCHANGE.
2'a -ACRES rich fruit La nd'exchanoe
*Xl/ for town property. t H. O. SMITH, Oakland.
WHY NOT v DO t'.'- BUSINESS ~ WITHOUT
v »' i money ? g List I yonr property with \ Labor Ex-
change, large home market, 118 Valencia st. ; v- -j
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, SUNDAY, MAY 19, 1*95.
personal!*.
"A^iElTw^rr^r^FOß"M^T76lf^VANTED:
x\. if alive may hear of something greatly to his
advantage, or his heirs may if he is dead. Address
E. H. O'HARA, 469 S. Seventh st., San Jose, Cal.
ALICE. PLEASE SEND ME YOUR AD-
A dress. T. S., box 119, Call Office.
T INCOLN BROS. STILL SELL NEW CHEESE
JLj 5c a pound, picnic hams Be. sugar-cured hams
lie. 4 pounds roast coffee #1. 5 pounds trronr"! cof-
fee $1, 5 pounds good tea $1, 25 p Minds si ga- $1. |
macaroni '. 28c ■ a box, ' soda crackers 50c .t box. 1
LINCOLN BROS., 226 Sixth si.
YOU MAYN'T HAVE HeTrD~THE~ NEW
X song, "Old ■ Oak Tree," by : J. Park Little, but j
when yon do, you'll want it; 16c. MAUVAIB, 76«
Market St., and all dealers. -■ " _____
/CURTAINS CLEANED, ?5c AND UP. CHI-
\J cago Curtain Company, 532 Polkjjt^
SPECIALTY OF . MAKING OVER, DYEING I
and cleaning dresses to look equal to new. 119
Leavenworth st. ' . '__
P~UPILS~ r r6R~PRiVATE T.vssONS > t N j
artistic millinery: terms reasonable. ; 922 O'Far-
rell st. ___ !
BAG CARPETS WOVE TO ORDER FOR SALE;- j
Xv also chenUle-wove rugs, silk-rag portieres;
dealer in carpet twine in hank or chain at lowest
rates. GEO. MATTHEW. 709 Fifth. Oakland, Cry.
YOU MAYN'T HAVE HEARD THE NEW i
1 song, "Old Oak Tree," by J. PARK LITTLE,
but when you do, you'll want it : 15c. MAUN Als,
and all dealers, f- . .'■ "_
MISS K. SMITH. 1230 TW E STY-SIXTH ST..
fep.cher riano: 25cal(s;on: $'_> a rronh.
lADIES' OUTING ST'TTS TO ORDKR: *25. |
J HIITT, merchant tailor. Y. M. C. A. huildln?. 1
FRENCHMAN (44); GOOD COOK; HANDY j
X; with tools: useful for camping or exploring j
parties: best references. Address E. L., 612 Post.
AIR-DRESSING. SBC. AN STYLE : STRICT^
XX ly Ist-class shampoo, 50c. ; Pioneer Hair Store.
BERTHA SPETZ, 111 Stockton St.; one price only.
HITEWASHING MACHINE AND BRUSH
»T work; 3ic yard; contracts taken. WAIN-
WRIGHT, 1460 Market; machines sold or hired.
HOME AGAIN; WRECKERS OF HIGH
prices; fine suits, $15; dress pants, $4 75:
overcoats. $2 95. Misfit Clothing Parlors, 513
Montgomery St., cor. Commercial, upstairs.
B~UY YOUR CURTAINS. LADIES' AND
gents' furnishing goods, hosiery, trimmings,
etc., at Pioneer Dry Goods Store, 105 Fifth st.
AN HAVE DRESSES CUT AND FITTED
for $3; dresses popular prices or engagements
by the day; patterns to measure. 11 Geary st.
AN FRANCISCO SCHOOL FOR DANCING
and elocution. WALTER G. O'BRIEN, mana-
ger; Grove and Laguna sis. Class Mondays and
Fridays; juvenile class, Saturdays.
ATRIMOXIAL PAPER, 997 MARKET ST.;
office time, 1 to 2 and 7 to 8 p. m. ; by mail
15 cents.
D V ICE FREE : DIVORCE LAW A SPECIAL^
tv ; collections, damages, wills, deeds, etc. G. W.
HOWE, Att'y-at-law, 850 Market., cor Stockton.
QJ INGLE BOTTLE OF SMITH'S" DANDRUFF
O Pomade is guaranteed 10 cure any case of dan- 1
druff or falling hair or , money refunded: never '
known to fail: try It. By all druggists price $1, or ;
SMITH BROS., Fresno, ca!.
C 1-: C( >.V J >- H AN 1 ) AS WELL AS NEW BARS, '
0 showcases, counters, shelvings, mirrors, desks, ■
safes, chairs, scales, etc., and a very large stock of j
them, too; be sure and see stock and getf prices be-
fore going elsewhere. J. NOONAN, 1017-1019-
-1021-1023 Mission St.. above Sixth.
DANCING IN ALL THE LATEST BRANCHES
taught at IRVINE'S, 927 Mission st.
On A MORE CUi —
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. XOuXAX,
1017-1019-1021-1023 Mission st., above Sixth.
HEADQUARTERS LONG DISTANCE TELE-
phones. cheap; send for prices. Klein Electric
Works, 720 Montgomery st., San Francisco, Cal.
r\UIET PLACE FOR LADIES TO TRADE IN
v^ stocks and grain: large money made on small
investment. WHEELOCK A CO., 318 Pine St., R 3.
/"ILOAKS, CAPES AND SUITS RETAILED AT
\J mfrs' cost. Factory, 20 Sansome St.. upstairs.
XI ETOSCOPES FOR SALE; PHONOGRAPH
outfits bought for cash. Baclgalupl, 946 Mkt.
OLD BUILDINGS BOUGHT AND SOLD,
store-fixtures, doors, windows, . lumber, pipe,
etc.: cheap. Yard 1166 Mission St.. r.r. Eighth.
as " ORES AN d~~ PLUMBING. 623
Golden Gate aye. H. HUFSCHMIDT.
OLD GOLD, SILVER, GENTS' AND LADIES
clothing bought. coI. MAX, 41 Third St.
"\\riNDOW SHADES MANUFACTURED TO
'» order by WILLIAM McPUUN. 1195 Market. '
DRESSMAKERS.
FASHIONABLEDRESSEBMADEfS; SKIRTS
$1. 108 Fourth st.
DRESSMAKING ' AND PLAIN , SEWING.
XJ Cull or address 524y 3 Tenth St. ,
MEOICAL.
AXEW PROCESS— NO MEDICIXeTiXSTRU-
ments or worthless pills used : every woman
her own physician for all female troubles; no mat-
ter from what cause; stores always In one day,
if you want to be treated sale and sure cull on men's j
physician : knowledge can be sent and used at home;
all rases guaranteed. DR. POPPER, 318 Kearny st. :
LADIES— 1323 geary; drs. JANNEY IN-
stitute open for reception of women before and
during confinement; skill only; advice free; all j
subjects of private or delicate nature confidential, j
ALL LADIKS IN TROUBLE < ONSULT I
only reliable specialist in Sun Francisco: in- !
stant relief; $500 paid for any case I cannot cure; !
board; skillful attention during confinement ; *\»--
cial attention to diseases of the eye; advice free; ;
confidential. MRS. DR. .SCOTT, 110y 2 Turk
MRS. DX. "WE< • XX. PRIVATE HOME
tor all female diseases; separate homes lor la- j
dies before an 1 during confinement; have enlarged
and arranged my home 10 suit rich and poor; Ir-
regularities cured in a day: guaranteed: no instru-
ments: regular physicians of long and successful
practice; travelers attended: no delay: all business
strictly confidential; babies adopted. 419 Eddy st. 1
A SURE SAFE CU BE FOB ALL FKMALE '
-t*. disease; a home in confinement with best I
care; with the privacy of a home and conveniences '
of a hospital; consultation free mid confidential; a ',
positive cure lor liquor, morphine and tobacco
habit: every case guaranteed without injury to
health. MRS. DR. GWYKR, 811% Hyde st.
POSITIVE, GUARANTEED CURE FOR IR- !
X regularities: used for years la private practice !
with invariable success even 111 most aggravated [
cases; easy to take: perfectly natural In action; 1
no pain, exposure or danger: . cures in two days:
sent securely sealed on receipt : of $3 or C. O. D. :
strictly confidential. Address DX. J. MILTON
BERGETOLE, P. O. box 2223, S. F.__
DR. AND MRS. DR. SCHMIDT, FORMERLY '
of 1211y.{ Mission, now 1508 Market st.; month- '
y irregularities cured in a few hours; guaranteed; !
no instruments used: sure preventive. .
"ITaU DKT'S" TABLETS— THE GREAT !
XJ modern remedy for the cure of neurasthenia, j
impotency and all disorders of the sexual organs;
$1 a box, .■ (> boxes $5;. send for circular. J. H.
WIDBEB, cor. Market and Third, sole agent.
DKS. GOODWIN, SPECIALTY DISEASES OF
women; Indies near or far assured quick relief
of disease: ; irregularities restored daily: safe cure
guaranteed: no instruments: home in confine-
ment: best skill; low fees; pills $2. 1370 Market.
PRIVATE HOME IN CONFINEMENT; BEST
X c re: $10 per month. P.. box 2, Call Office.
R. HALL, 14 MCALLISTER, SECOND FLOOR,
next Hibernia Bank: diseases of women.
mH E "INFALLIBLE PREVENTIVE" FOR
X either sex. Send stamp for information or 50c
for trial jar to I. O. box 1896, San Francisco. ; ' -
PRIVATE HOME IN CONFINEMENT; GER-
X. man midwife. MRS. POWELL, 1310 Mission.
"VICE PRIVATE HOME IN CONFINEMENT
-1-' at the most reasonable price in the city. MRS.
M. PFEIFFEK, midwife, 2014 Folsom st.
ALL LADIES CONSULT r FREE MRS. DR.
DA VIES, 14 McAllister St.. near Market; 1
leads all competitors; only qualified, trusty spe- '
cialist for safe, quick relief of irregularities, no
matter what cause: treatment scientific, harmless
and painless; never fails; home in confinement.
1 F LUREGULAR OR ANY FKMALE DISEASE
J. see Mrs. Dr. Puetz,'anrt bo content. 2541/2 4th. 1
A LPEAU'S FRENCH PILLS. .-•••'. . 1 -•■-••
FJX. A boon to ladies troubled with irregularities;
i no danger; sate and sure; $2 60, express C. O. D.;
don't delay until too late. OSGOOD BROS., Oak-
land, Cal., agents for Alpeau et Cie. . '-;..
A WEEK'S NEWS FOR 5 CENTS — THE
-ex WEEKLY CALL, in wrapper, for mailing.
V : DENTISTS.
DR. GEORGE W.i LEEK, tTTe^OENXJINE
Leek dentist, discoverer of painless extraction
and patentee of improved bridge work or teeth
without, any plate, has moved from 6 to 20 O'Far-
.rell st. ': -•■' .. ■ ; ■'„ ..-. . . - ..... -■ -. -
DR. J. J. LEEK, 1 FIFTH— EVENINGS,
XJ and Sunday until noon. ■ •- '
AT CHALFANTS'S,BMASON,COR, MARKET.
I -£». sets of teeth are made to please or no charge;
i on bridges, crowns and gold plates '. prices reduced-;
' small .gold fillings only $2; painless extraction. . .
'■ pROOME DENTAL ASSOCIATION, 759 MAR-
I \J ket, bet. 3d and 4tn, gas ■ specialists: only reli-
-1 able agent for . paimess I extraction : artificial : teeth
j lrm $5; fillings from $1 ; extracting 50c, with gas *1.
DR. REA, 9 SIXTH ST.: ALL DENTAL WORK
.at lowest prices ana warranted; open evening j
I (S* H A SET i FOR TEETH : WARRANTED AS
0 i good an can be made; till Ing $1. DR. SIMMS,
dentist, 930 Market St., next Baldwin Theater. :
A LL WORK REASONABLE AND WARRANT-
A cd. DR. J. W. KEY, 1122 Market at.:
DR. H. G. YOUNG. .'BRIDGES AND TEETH
. without plates a specialty. :. 1841 Polk sc ■_■',;.
DR. ,- LUDLUM HILL, • 1448 - MARKET ST.,
near Eleventh; no charge for extracting when '
plates are made; old ■ plates made over like new:
teeth from $8 per set extract 60c • gas given. '
C~ OLTON DENTAL ASSOCIATION. - 806 MAR-
J ketst. DR. CHARLES W. DECKER.
; TO LEASE. ■';. i . ■
IS^?ON~ST?, rT^NEW^SiO NTOOMKRY^
■ Large, light and airy store and 2 lofts. ' W. H.
CRIM & CO.. 118 Montgomery st. p" ' ' ■.
fTIO L.EA — THE GROVE-ST.~THEATER.
f X Apply MADISON & BURKE, 626 Market.
EDUCATIONAL.
A KASnSBY OF BPAJUBH AND FRENCH
-il- in 4 months with • Professor Duque'a LIVING
method, practically, taught by native I university
instructors; classes (S3 per month) day and eve.
Call and examine this master method. 104 Hayes.
ENGLISH BRANCHES TAUGHT BY MISS
DILLON, 14 McAllister, r. 46; private or class.
SPANISH, FRENCH, GERMAN. MEISTER-
-Bchaf i School of Languages, 122 O'Farrell st.
OCHOOL ELECTRICAL, CIVIL, MINING, me-
kj chanical engineering, surveying, architecture,
assay; estao. '64. VAN PER NAILLEN.723 Mlct.
S" TIEHL'S SHORTHAND AND BUSINESS
College. 723 Market st.: diploma course 30.
EDWARD TOJETTI, ARTIST, HAS KE-
opened his studio and classes. Room 141,
Murphy building, corner Market and Jones sts.
VT ERTICAL AND POINTED HANDWRITING
V taught. . C. EISENSCHIMEL. 235 Kenrny.
ELASCO'S LYCEUM SCHOOL OF ACTING—
Private theatricals arranged: pupils rehearsed
on stage. R. s«fc 12, 0. 0. F. block, 7th and Market.
TEACHER, JOSEPH GREVEN, TM-
T proves and beautified even spoiled voices and
procures positions tor his pupils. 8a Ninth st. •
MRS. MELVILLE-SNYDER, ORATORICAL,
Vocal and Dramatic Academy, 519 Van Ness
I aye.; vocal classes Monday, 8 p. m..sl month; dra-
matic classes Wednesday. BP. m., $3 month: also
private lessons and piano; ladies and gentlemen
coached for professional or amateur stage (stage for
practice). , ■
nhARR'S INST., 659 M A XT— BOOKKEEPING
X taught In 6 weeks. We pledge ourselves to keep
free for 6 months hooks our graduates fail on.
HE A LD'S~B 1 SI NESS COLLEGE. 24 POST
Bookkpg, business practice, shorthand, typing,
electrical engineering, telegraphy,' modern lan-
guages rapidly taught. Write for catalogue.
T ILLIAN BEDDARD, THE ENGLISH AC-
-LJ tress, coaches ladies and gentlemen for the
dramatic profession ; appearances arranged. Shake-
apeareati Academy, 406 Van Ness aye.
ATTORNEYS-
J"^ATMTTCH~EXL7TrT'T-A^iIAw7RiKM6TEiD
. to Spreckcls bldg., 929 Market st.; advice free.
ADVICE FREE, DIVORCE LAWS A SPECIAL-
ty ; collections, damages, wills, deeds, etc. G. W.
HOWE, Att'y-at-law, 850 Market St., cor. Stockton.
MONEY ADVANCED TO LITIGANTS," COURT
costs and charges paid in matters of probate,
contracts, • damages, accidents, notes, first-class
collections and general law business. Address J. F.
NAUGHTUN, 64 Nevada block, S. F.
WM. H. CHAPMAN, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
Mills building, sixth floor, room 5, San Fran-
cisco, Cal. Telephone 1544.
TV" W. DAVIDSON, ATTORNE Y-AT-LA
" .California st., rms. 14-15; advice free.
JOHN R. AITKEN. ATTOKNE Y-AT-lXw, RS.
O 16 and 17. 402 Montgomery st., cor. California.
PROPOSALS.
TDRl^f^ALi^^RTfAßD^^
X materials, lumber, paints, oils, etc., furniture
fuel, stovepipe, stationery, library books, physical
chemical and other apparatus itnd supplies, print-
ing, lithographing, etc.— Sealed proposals will be re
ceived by the Superintendent of Common Schools
in open .Session of the Board of Education, on
Wednesday, May 29, ; 1895. at 8:30 o'clock p. m.,
for furnishing the School Department of this City
andtCounty during the fiscal year 1895-96 with
hardware, plumbers' materials, lumber, paints,
oils, etc., furniture, fuel, stovepipe, stationery,
library books and physical, chemical and other ap-
paratus and supplies for the Girls' High School,'
etc., and for doing the printing and lithographing
required during the said fiscal year, in accordance
with specifications at the office of the Board of Ed-
ucation, new City Hall. GEORGE BEANSTON,
Secretary.
PROPOSALS FOR ALTERATIONS AND AD-
-L dltions
TO SCHOOLHOUSES FOR BULKHEAD AND
FOR HEATING SCHOOLHOUSE.
Sealed proposals will be received by the Superin-
tendent of Common Schools In open session of the
Board of Education, new City Hall, on Wednes-
day, May 22, 1895, at 8:30 o'clock p. m., for altera-
tions and additions to the James Lick Grammar
School building, and for alterations and additions,
bulkhead and heating at the North Cosmopolitan
Grammar School building, in the City and County
of San Francisco, in accordance with plans and
specifications at the office of Charles I. Havens,
architect of the board, room 55, Flood building,
corner of Fourth and Market streets.
GEORGE BEANSTON, Secretary.
\ WEEK'S NEWS FOR *~5 CENTS— THE
-A. WEEKLY CALL. in wrapper, for mailing.
DELINQUENT SALE NOTICES.
elTnqu ent "sale '"notice"'-
XJ Eagle Mining Company— Location of principal
place of baslness, San Francisco. California; loca-
tion of works. Devils Gate Mining District, Lyon
County, Nevada. -
Notice— There are delinquent upon the following
described stock, or. account of assessment (No. 1),
levied on the Bth day of January, 1895, th«
several amounts set opposite . the names of the r*>
spee'lve shareholders, as follows:
No.
Names. No. Cert. Shares. Amount.
Morris Hoefllch 5 10,000 $1,50000
H. M. Levy, Trustee. 7 20,000 3,000 00
H. M. Levy, Trustee........ 8 1,000 150 00
H. M. Levy, Trustee ..9 1,000 150 00 i
H. M. Levy, Tru5tee.... ....10 ~ 1,000 150 00 1
H. M. Levy, Trustee 11_ 1,000 160 00 I
H. M. Levy, Tru5tee.. •.;.... 12 : 500 75 00
E. B. Holmes, Trustee. . . ... 18 A 20,000 8,000 00
E. B. Holmes, Trustee . . . 19 7,900 1,185 00
K. B. Holmes, Trustee...... 20 995 149 26
And in accordance with law, and an order from
the Board of Directors, made on the eighth day of
January, 1895, so many shares of each parcel of
such stock as may be necessary, will be sold at 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, 1896, at the hour of 2 o'clock p. 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 Block. No. 309 Mon*
CODiery street, San Francisco, California.
pnf!Ti' rivi; ' Mr ' v T.
Notice in hereby given that by order of the Board I
of Directors the date of the sale of delinquent stock
for assessment No. 1 is hereby postponed to MON-
DAY, the 25:h day of March, A. D. 1895. at the
same time and place. .
\ E. B. HOLMES, Secretary.
GOLDEN .EAGLE MINING COMPANY.
FURTHER POSTPONEMENT.
- Notice Is hereby given that by order of the Board
Of Directors the day of the sale of delinquent stock j
for assessment No." 1 is hereby | further postponed
to WEDNESDAY, the 24th day of April, A. D.
1895, tit the same lime and place.
K. B. HOLMES. Secretary.
FURTHER i'PON EMENT. ,
Notice Is hereby given that by order of the Board
of Directors the date of sale of delinquent stock for
assessment No. 1 is hereby further postponed to
TUESDAY, the 14th day of May, A. D. 1895, at
the same time and place.
E. B. HOLMES, Secretary.
, FURTHER POSTPONEMENT.
Notice is hereby given that by order of the Board
of Directors the day of sale of delinquent stock for
assessment No. 1 is hereby further postponed to
MONDAY, the third day of June, A. D. 1895, at
the same time and place. ■
K. B. HOLMES. Secretary
LATEST SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.
Arrived. ■
SATURDAY, May 18,
Brshlp Chrysomene, Hosan. 97 days from New-
castle, NSW ; 2630 tons coal, to R B Hogue.
Domestic Ports.
CASPAR— SaiIed May 18-Stmr Jewel, for San
Pedro.
Movement* of Trans- Atlantic Steamers.
NEW YORK -Arrived May 18— stmr Vecndam,
from Rotterdam.
AIARKIAUK LICENSES.
Licenses to marry were granted yesterday a*
follows:
John F. Duffy and Mary F. Peterson, 25—18.
A. P. Bjorkman and Hannah Johnson, 31—26.
L. H. G. Koenlg and Johanna M. H. Lash. 25—28.
H. Van Alen and Anna Hell Starks, 32—19. .
Victor Hermann and Elizabeth Kurucur, 25—21.
i Charles F. rosso and Marie Goet7.e, 35—28.
Albert Huberand Louise Walther,27—
Max Alferi and Lisset Kukn, 30—23.
Ernesto Vlteri and Isabel Bert rand, 25—22.
Mlsslm'gllano Marl and Elvlara Pieroiti, 29—23.
. Newton F. Harrison and Frances Cliffay, 34—24.
I BIRTHS— MARRIAGES—
- J Birth, marriage ana death notices sent by mall
will not be Inserted. .-They must be handed in at
either of the publication ; offices and be indorsed
with the name and residence of persons authorized
to have the name published.
BORN.
BIGGS— In San Jose, Cal., May 8, 1895, to the wife
■ofN. A. Biggs, a daughter. ' -.., .
.COX— In this city. May ■ 18, 1895, to the wife of
Arthur Co.x, a son.
EINEMARK— In i Freedom. Cal., May 15, 1896, to
■ the wife of J. W. Einemark, a son.
GRANVILLE-In this city, May 17,1895, to the
'wife of Arthur J. Granviile, a daughter.
GILLILAND— In this city, J May ;4, 1895, 'to the
wife of W. M. Gilliland, a daughter.
GRAHAM— In this city. Maf 10, 1895, to the wife
of Chalmers A. Graham, a son.
HUSTEDT— In this city, May 18, 1895, to the wife
of J. Henry Hustedt, a daughter.
HENNING— In this city, May 16. 1895, to the wife
I . of Charles Henning, a daughter. - ,
I KELLY— In this city/May 18, 1895, to the wife of
•■■.: J. R. Kelly, a daughter. :;%!'-: "
LOOFBOURROW-In •El : Dorado, Cal., . May 14,
.'■_ 1895, to the wife of Paul Loofbourrow, a son. . -
LACE Y— ln this city. May 12, 1895, to the wife of
- Fred G. Lacey, a son. -
McARTHUR-In this city,- May 10, 1895, to the
wife of Louis McArthur, a son.
MACKIN— In this city. May 14. ■ 1895, to the wife
..'of J. M. Mackln, a son. v • '
OFFERMAN-ln this city, May 17, 1895, to the
wife o to. H. Offerman, a son.
PEXDER— Ne.r El Dorado, Cal., May 9. 1895, to
„ the wife of P. Pender, a son. c ■
FERRIS- In Pajaro,' Cal., May 13, 1895, to the
wife of Frank Ferris, a son. ,
RODGERS-In Watsonville. Cal., May 7, 1895, to
. . the wife of Charles H. Rodgers, a son.
RICHARDS— In Grass Valley, Cal.. May 13, 1895,
-to the wife of E. E. Richards, a daughter. ?; '4
ROWE— in Redwood City, Cal., May 3, 1895, to the
wife of Frank L. Howe,' a daughter. ' ■■•■■ -
SOMMER— In this city. May 12, 1895, to the wife
■ of Carl M. Sommer, a son.
SLADE— In Berkeley, May 10. 1895. to the wife of
T. E. Slade, a daughter.' -
'STEWART— In Grass Valley. Cal., May 12, 1895.
to the wife of Thomas Stewart, a daughter.
THOMPSON— At Bald Hills. Cal., May 12, 1895,
• to the wife of Neil Thompson, a daughter.
THIEBAUT— In this city, May 16, 1895, to the
wife of Louis Thiebaut,"a son.
THOMPSON— In this city, May 13. 1895, to the
wile of G. E. Thompson, a boh.
THOMAS— Gllroy, Cal., May 12, 1887, to the
wife of C. R. Thomas, a daughter. .
WIGHT— In Riverside, Cal., May 12, 1895, to the
wife of S. L. Wight, a son.
WOSSER— In Tiburon, May 5, 1895, to the wife of
. J. J. Wosser, a daughter. .
WAIT— In Sacramento, Cal., May 14, 1895, to the
wife of Albert L. Wait, a daughter. __^
HA iRIKO.
CASSIDY-REILLY-In this city. May 6, 1895, at
St. Francis Church, by the Rev. Father Corcoran.
Joseph P. Cassidy and Theresa C. Reiliy.
HOLZMANN— BUDDE - In Oakland, May 16,
1895, by the Rev. J. H. Thelss, at Zion's German
Evangelical Lutheran Church, Phlhpp Holzmann
and Mamie Budde.
LINCOLN— BERNARD— In this city, May 11,
1895, 1. Frederick Lincoln and Gertrude Bernard,
both of San Francisco.
WYMAN— WOLFRATH-In this city. May 16,
1895. by the Rev. Dr. Aillerback, Frank Wymann
and Marie J. Wolfnith, both of San Francisco.
WHITELAM-JOXES-ln this city, May 12.1895.
by the Rev. D. Nugent, Frank H. Whitelam and
Mary A. Jones.
DIED.
Bunker, Robert F. McArthur (infant)
Burnett, Peter H. Mohr, John C.
Barry, William E. Mehrtens, Charles J.
Curley, Elina Percy. Pierre
Cam well, Margaret Porter, Sarah H.
Frush, C. V. Rackow, William
Fischer, Albert Smith, ueorgeS.
Hundt, Elouore E. ' Stecher, Ella L.
BURNETT— In this city. May 17, 1895. at the
residence of his son, John M. Burnett, 1713 Lar-
kin street, Peter H.Burnett, a native of Nash-
ville, Term., aged 87 years and 6 months.
*S~The funeral will take place TO-MORROW
(Monday), at 9:30 o'clock a.m., from the resi-
dence, 1713 Larkln street, thence to St. Ignatius
Church, Hayes street and Van Ness avenue,
where a solemn requiem mass will be celebrated,
commencing at 10 o'clock a. m. Friends are
invited to attend. Interment Catholic Cemetery
at Santa Clara.
GENTLEMEN'S SODALITY OF ST. IGNATIUS
College— You are hereby requested to attend the
funeral of our late brother member, Peter H.
Burnett, as per above notice. The Chapel Office
will he recited for the repose of his soul on
WEDNESDAY , May 22, at 8 o'clock p. m. Rel-
atives and friends are respectfully invited to be
present. By order of
JAMES R. KELLY. Prefect.
Chas. McAii£i;kk, Secretary.
BARRY — In this city, May 17, 1895, William Ed-
ward, dearly beloved and only son of Thomas F.
and Ellen Barry, and brother of Ella Barry, a na-
tive of San Francisco, aged 8 years 5 months and
10 days.
•S~Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral TO-MORROW
(Monday), at 'I o'clock p. m., from the resi-
dence of the parents. 43 Ritch street, between
Third and Fourth. Folsom and Harrison. Inter-
ment Mount Calvary Cemetery.
BUNKER-In this city, May 17, 1895, Robert F.,
beloved husband of Helen C. Bunker, and father
of Mrs. B. J. Horton, Mrs. Adolph Kahn, George
• D., Ivy, May and Leroy C. Bunker, a native of
Nantucket, Mass., aged 58 years.
. ,J99"Notice of funeral hereafter.
CANTWELL— A month's mind requiem mass will
be celebrated for the repose of the soul of the late
Margaret Cantwell, at St. Patrick's Church
on TUESDAY, May 21, commencing at 8
o'clock a. m. Friends and acquaintances, also
Alta Parlor, N. D. G. W., are respectfully in-
vited to attend.
CURLEY— In Temescal, May 17, 1895, Ellna. be-
loved daughter of Patrick and the late Margaret
Curley, a native of Oakland, aged 14 years 6
months and 8 da.vs.
#9~Frlends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Sunday), at 12:30 o'clock p. v.. from the resi-
dence of her parents, Forty-fifth street and Tele-
graph avenue, thence to Sacred Heart Cnurcn,
where services will be held, thence to connect
with 2 o'clock p. m. creek boat. Interment
Mount Calvary Cemetery, San Francisco. . |
FISCHER— In this city. May 18. 1895, Albert, I
. beloved husband of Catherine Fischer, and |
father of Emma, Alma and F.lsa Fischer, a native
of Wurtembi'rg, Germany, aged 33 years 4
months and 4 days. Member of tsermanla Lodge
No. 1718. K. of H., San Francisco Schwaben
Verein. Beer drivers' Benevolent Society.
4-75* Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral TUESDAY,
May 21, at 2 o'clock p. M., from Red Men's
Hall, 320 Post stree , where the funeral services
will be held under the auspices of Ernst yon
Baudel I-O.lge No. 3, O. d. H. S. Remains at par-
lors of Theodor Dierks, 957 Mission street, be-
tween Fifth and Sixth. Interment I. O. O. F.
Cemetery.
FRUSH— In this city, May 18. 1895. C. V. Frush,
aged 50 years.
HUNDT— In this city, May 18, 1895, Elonore E.,
beloved daughter of Henry J. and May J. Hundt,
a native of San Francisco, aged 3 months and 20
days.
McARTHUR-In this city, May 18, 1895, infant
son of Louis and Mamie McArthur.
MEHRTENS— In this city. May 17, 1893, Charles
J.," beloved brother of Ernest G.. Martin, Ilein-
nch. Marie and the late John Mehrtens, son of
John and Meta Metirtens, a native of Wulsbut-
tel," Germany, aged 22 years and" 9 months. A
member Oermanla Club and Court Richmond No.
8223, A. O. F. of A. | New York City papers
please copy. |
Jt3>"Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Sunday), at 2 o'clock p. m.. from the par-
lors of Theodor Dierks, 957 Mission street,
between Fifth and Sixth. Interment I. O. O. F.
Cemetery. • '
A. O. F. ok A.— Court Richmond No. 8223, A. O.
F. of A. : Members are requested to attend the
funeral services of our late brother, Charles J.
Mehrtens, THIS DAY (Sunday), at 1 o'clock
p.m., from funeral parlors of Theodor Dierks, 957
Mission street. Fines for non-attendance i
CHARLES I. MATHEWS, Chief Ranger.
MOHR-In Pasadena, May 17, 1895, John Corne-
lius, beloved brother of Henry P., Annie, Paul,
Herman and William Mohr, a native of Mount
Eden, Cal., aged 35 ye&r<i and 4 months. |
t Not Ice of funeral hereafter, v
PEREY-ln this city, May 16, 1895, Pierre Percy,
beloved husband of Maria Percy, a native of Bel-
gium, aged til years and 17 days. 7 "
flfy Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Sunday), at 1:30 o'clock P. M.. from the par-
lors ofCharles J. B. MetzUr, 636 Washington
street, thence to Druids' Hall, 413 Sutler street,
where funeral services will be held under, the
auspices of Eureka Grove No. 4, U. A. O. D., and
■ Vereiu • Suddeutschern, commencing at 2 o'clock
•p.m. Interment I. O. O. F. Cemetery.
PORTER— In this city. May 17, 1895. Sarah Hub-
■ bard, beloved daughter of Benjamin F. and Kate
H. Porter, and sister of May S. Porter, a native
of Sequel, Cal., aged 24 years.
IMi-The funeral will take place THIS DAY
(Sunday), at 3 o'clock p. m., from the par-
lors of the Hotel Pieasanton, thence to Cypress
Lawn Cemetery by 4:15 o'clock p. m. train from
. Third and Townsend streets. , . . • ,
RACKOW— In this city. May 17, 1895, William
, Rackow, aged 22 years.
SMITH— In this city, May 17, 1895, George S.,
son of George J. and Mary J. Smith, a native of
San Francisco, aged 27 years 1 month and :26
days.
jCT* Friends and acquaintances are respsct-
fully. Invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Sunday), at 2 o'clock p. m.. from Masonic
Temple, corner Post and Mont ornery streets,
under the auspices of Oriental Lodge No. 144, F.
and A.M. Interment I. O. O. F. Cemetery.
STECHER— In this city, May 18, 1895, Ella L.,
beloved wife of Edward btecher, a native of
Worthington, Ohio, aged 22 years 2 months and
26 days. .
a3-The funeral will take place TO-MORROW
(Monday) at 2 o'clock p. m., from the
residence of Mrs. E. Stecher, 317 Minna street,
between Fourth and Fifth, interment I. O. O. F.
Cemetery. , -.
" UNITED UNDERTAKERS'
EMBALMING PARLORS.
Everything Requisite for First-class Funerals
. at Reasonable Rates.
Telephone 3167. 27 and 29 Fifth street, j :
WICAVOY A CALLACHER, I
FUNKKAL DIfiKCTORS & KMBAf.MKRS,
20 Fifth St., Opp. Lincoln School.
. .Telephone 3080.
tTAB.McM«NOMitV."" ' ChaV. McMksomky.l
JAMKS McMENOBIKi; & SON, I
UNDERTAKERS AND EMIiALMKRS I
1057 Mission Street, »ar Seventh. I
Telephone No. 3354. ■■
JAS. ENGLISH. ;'." \ T. R, carew.
. CAKEW ENGLISH,
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS.
; FUNERAL DIRECTORS,
19 Van New aye., near Market St., San Francisco.,
Telephone 3156. N. B.- Not connected wltn any
other house in this city. '
CYPRESS LAWN CEMETERY.
SAN MATEO COUNTY: NON-SECTARIAN:
I laid out on the lawn plan: perpetual care; beau-
tiful, permanent and easy of access; :. see it . befor* ;
. buy a burial place elsewhere. ~
CUt - flee. 9 Clfrr Hall Avenm.
■Was a Smart Clerk.
"Joseph," said the merchant to ; the
bright young : man with the best of refer-
ences, "the bookkeeper tells me you have
lost the i key of the safe, and he cannot get
at the books." „
"Yes, sir; one of them. You gave me
two, you remember."
"Yes, I > had duplicates made in case of
accident. And the other one?"
"Oh, sir, I took care of that. I was
afraid • I ■ might ' lose one of them, you
know." ; .;.--...,-..;:, ,-;■'■- ;.-;■; - '\-
"And is the other all right?" "i
. "Yes, sir. I put it where there is no dan-
ger of it 3 being lost. It is in the safe, sir."
—Tit-Bits. ■■. :<:::■:■ -■ . . .;;' : : ■ ■• . ; ; -.;- \X*
EXCURSION TO GLENWOOD.
Sunday-Schools Have a Union
Picnic and Enjoy Games
and Races.
A Plucky Young Woman of Los
Gatos Saves Herself From
Death at a Trestle.
The Methodist Sunday-schools of San
Francisco joined in an excursion and out
ing at Glenwood Park yesterday. Two
special trainß, consisting of twenty-eight
well-rilled passenger coaches, carried about
1800 picnickers from the Alameda mole
through the green fields and balmy air of
Alameda and Santa Clara counties to their
destination.
The amusements of the day, aside from
the pleasant ride, consisted of a tug-of-war
between the boys of the Central and Grace
Sunday-schools, games for the youngsters
and the following races:
Race 100 yards— Boys 12 to 16 years. Race,
50 yards— Girls 12 to 16. I'ie race— Boys under
1<). Race— Fat men, 200 pounds and over.
Race— *flt women, 200 pounds and over. Race-
Boys under 12. Creeping— Boys under 12.
Race— Girls under 12. Sack rate— Boys. Sack
race— Girls. Erk and ladle race— For young la
dies. Three-legged race— Free for all. Pastor**
march — Half mile. Superintendents'— Half
mne, go as you please, back race— For secre
taries.
The following committee superintended
the games: Manager of games, John M.
Martin; assistant manager of games, J.
Newbegin; starter, Professor H. L. Deitz
Jr.; referee, Will Abbott; judges, Fred
Hatch and Albert Morrison.
No accident occurred to mar the pleasure
of the day, but on the return trip a young
lady of Los Gatos, by the exercise of won
derful presence of mind and coolness, es
caped a horrible death. She had been
gathering flowers along the railroad track
and was in the middle of a 100-foot trestle
over a canyon leading into Los Gatos
Creek, on her return homeward, when the
second section of the excursion train, con
sisting of sixteen cars with about 1000 pas
sengers, swung into view at a sharp curve
scarcely 100 feet away.
A shrill toot from the engine warned the
girl of her danger and Engineer Maxwell
reversed his engine and applied the air
brakes. Then he stood at his post, after
doing all in his power to stop the train in
its lightning flight, and gazed forward
desperately with no idea in his mind but
the aeath of the girl either by grinding un
der the wheels or by being dashed on the
rocks over 100 feet below.
But the girl saw her danger and, with a
moment's hesitation, stepped to the edge
of the narrow trestle and lying fiat on her
face, with her body projecting over its
side, she grasped one of the ties in a death
like grip and held on. The prompt action
of Engineer Maxwell brought the train to a
standstill within three rail lengths, though
on a down grade. The girl was rescued
from her perilous position by Engineer
MaxweJl and Fireman W. Thompson and
lifted to the front platform of the first car.
If the train had gone twenty feet further
the low steps of the second car would have
brushed her off the trestle and she would
h ive been dashed to death in the rocky
b >ttom of the canyon.
The girl refused to give her name and
also forgot to faint when she had been res
cued from her danger, and Engineer Max
well resumed his trip with a remark won
derfully like, "That twenty-year-old girl
is a peacn for coolness, I tell you."
SIMON AND FAVER.
Their Preliminary Examination In Con
tinued, but Simon Is Arrested
Again for Petty Larceny.
The preliminary examination of S. S.
Simon and Charles S. Faver, charged with
impersonating Custom-house officers, was
begun before United States Commissioner
Heacock yesterday.
The prisoners are said to have broken
into the Chinese store at 1021 Dupont
srreet in a vain endeavor to secure 100 tins
of opium.
Among the witnesses were the proprie
tors of the store, who swore to the occur
rence, and Deputy Surveyor of the Port
Ruddell, who testified that Simon and
Faver had no authority from the customs
authorities to search any establishment.
Inspectors Foley and Clearv told of a
number of occasions in which they had
been instructed to search Chinese stores in
company with the prisoners. The case
went over until to-morrow to enable the
prosecution to procure more evidence.
When the court adjourned Detective
Gibson arrested Simon on a charge of
having stolen $13 65 from Wan Lee of 719%
Pacific street.
IBOQUOIS ON A PIOHIO.
Democratic Braves Will Take In the
Santa Crnz Mountains.
The braves of the Iroquois Club will
have their annual outing in the Santa Cruz
Mountains to-day with their friends. The
excursion party will take the steamer at
the narrow-gauge depot at 8:45 o'clock for
Glenwood, where all arrangements have
been made looking to the passing of a jcy
ful day. Plenty to eat and drink has been
provided for the occasion, set speeches are
barred and the occasional one will be short.
There will be music and dancing and sun
shine, and a democracy of fellowship not
born of the polls._
Trinity School Commencement.
The closing exercises of Trinity School, 3300
Washington street, will be held on Tuesday and
Wednesday. A spelling match will be held at
2p. m. Tuesday, rhetorical prize exhibitions
for the Alumni gold medal at 11 a. m. Wednes
day, and graduating exercises Wednesday
evening.
ON THE OOMSTOOK.
Weekly Report of the Various Mining
Superintendents.
VIRGINIA CITY, Nev., May 18.—Fol
lowing are the regular weekly reports of
the various mining superintendents on the
Comstock lode:
Con. Cal. & Va. Mine— l6so level— On the
ninth floor (the first floor above sill floor of
this level) the drift running south from the
crosscut running east from the drift run south
from tue south end of the slope has been ex
tended 12 feet, total length 110 feet, continu
ing in a quarts formation assaying from $2 to
mouth of this drift ef west crosscut has been
advanced S3 feet m a quartz formation of low
assay value. On the twelfth floor the drift
running south from the east crosscut has been
extended 16 feet, total length 148 feet in
porphyry and quartz of low value 'On
the third floor from the opening made
from the drift run south from the
main north lateral drift on the sill
floor of this level a south drift has been ad
vanced lb feet in a quartz formation assaying
& and $5 a ton No work has been done on
the fourth floor during the week. 1750 level—
From the end of the southeast drift on the sill
floor of this level the upraise has been carried
up / feet, total 28 feet, and connected with the
fourth floor stopes. At the point of connec
tion the opening shows a width of 4 feet of
ore assaying $30 a tou. On the sixth floor our
openings show a total length of 20 feet. From
the sixth floor we have upraised and opened
the seventh floor 6 feet wide and 8 feet long,
trom all these openings we have extracted
during the week 174 tons of ore the average
assay value of which per mine car samples was
*42 40 a ton. Have shipped to the
Morgan mill 615 tons and 840 pounds of
ore assaying per railroad car sample $66 55 a
ton. The average assay value per battery sam
ples ot all the ore worked at that mill during
the week— 72s tons— was $53 04 a ton. Bullion
shipped to San Francisco office assay vnlue
$'23,681 22. Bullion on hand in assay office,
value about $11,500.
Ophir— l46s level— The drift running north
from the top of the upraise which was carried
up 80 feet above the sill floor of this level from
a point in the east crosscut from the main
north lateral drift has been extended 19 feet,
total length 364 feet; face in porphyry and
quartz of low assay value. Central" tunnel.
•250 level— The crosscut running west from the
main south drift from bottom cf winze sunk
from the tunnel level at a point 95 feet south
from the winze has been extended 14 feet, to
tal length 156 teet, in porphyry, clay and
quartz oi low assay value. Tunnel level — The
old crosscut running west from the end of the
drift run north from the end of the. west Mexi
can shaft has been extended 17 feet, totnl
length extended 100 fi-et; face in porpoyry,
clay and quartz of low value. From the old
north drift from the lop of the upraise carried
up 46 feet above the tunnel level m-ar the na
tion of the winze that counters with the 250
level at a point 111) not in from itf mouth Ml
upraise ha* been earned up 18 faei i:i a quartx
formation assaying from £10 to >>12 a ton.
Mexican— 1465 level-The luvtta drift parted
from the top of the upraise which whs carried
up 45 feet above the sill floor of this ievel at a
point 40 feet west of main north lateral drift
and 100 feet north from the south boundary of
the mine has been advanced 21 feet, total
length 374 feet; face in porphyry, which show
narrow streaks of quartz of low trade. As
joint work with the Ophir Company are
making repairs In the Ophir shaft on the 1100
level a.'.d ui>ward.
DfelOH ("on.— !)00 level— The \ve«t crosscut
rncar the south boundary of the Union Con.
mine) from the I'nion Ton. south lateral drift
from the west drift 1520 feet west of shaft
has been extended 2O feet during the week,
total length 757 feet; face in a formation of
hard porphyry. The drift started from east
crosscut 3 at a point 100 feet east from the
Sierra Nevada nortn laterai drift which was
run from tne joint west drift from the shaft
has been advanced 17 Ket, total length 37 feet;
face in porphyry and clay.
Savage— On toe 960 level the north lateral
drift started from the west side oi the station
is advanced 55 feet; face in porphyry nnd
quartz giving low assays. The north drif' from
the east crosscut fourth floor of the POftn up^
raise Is advanced a total distance of 55 feet.
At a point 25 feet back from the face of this
drift they have started an east crosscut and
advanced the same 12 feet. On the 1000 level
the east crosscut started from the south drift
at a point 40 ieet south of ihe east drift is ad
vanced 43 feet. This drift passed through a
streak of quartz and porphyry. Are extracting
some ore from the eighth arid ninth floors of
this level. On the 1050 level the east crosscut
started from the main south drift at a point
250 feet south of the shaft is now advanced 45
feet. This drift has reached the east clay of
the vein. At the face of the east crosscut from
the fourth floor 300 feet south of the shaft
they have started a south drift and advauced
same 20 feet; face in quartz and porphyry.
During the past week have hoisted 51 car's of
ore; car samples average $32 55 a ton.
Justice— During the week they have
been drifting soulh from the bottom of
the winze 32 feet below the drain tunnel, and
advanced the same 28 feet; from this drift have
stoped about 30 tons of ore averaging $35
a ton.
Andes — 120 level— Have completed the work
of chambering out of the upraise at the junc
ture of east crosscut 3 and the north lateral
drift, and have started to upraise.
Best &. Belcher— 2so level— All work on
this level during the past week has been in
repairs to the north drift. 800 level— At a
point in the northwest drift 75 feet from west
crosscut 2 have started east crosscut 2 and
advanced it 10 feet, passing through quartz.
Gould & Curky— 2oo level— West crosscut 5
which was started in the northwest drift 432
feet from the main west drift was advanced 16
feet, total length 13i)9 feet; face in hard
porphyry. 250 level— At a point In south
drift 100 feet from the bottom of the incline
winze have started east crosscut 1 and ad
vanced it 14 feet, passing through quartz.
Hale & Nokcross— Main shaft— Started to re
timber a portion of shaft below the 975 level.
975 level— The north diiit from west crosscut 1
opposite our main south drift was advanced VZ
feet, total length 40 feet. There i 9 a little
ore showing in the roof of this drift.
Advanced south drift from west cross
cut 10 feet, total length 148 feet;
face in clay and porphyry. There is
quite a flow of water coming from the west
side of this drift, but it does not interfere now
with our work. West crosscut 3, near our
northern boundary, has been extended 13 feet,
total length 115 feet; face in porphyry and
stringer? of quartz of low assay value. Inter
mediate level — We continue stopinjs south on
small streaks of ore above this level. Necessary
repairs throughout the mine have been kept
up during the week. Extracted during the
week ten cars of ore assaying per mine car
samples $29 25 a ton.
Alta— During the past week have extracted
from slopes above 525 level 41 carloads of ore
of an average value of $2!) 61 a ton. The
breast 00 feet above the 625 level is much im
proved since last report. Started the mill yes
terday evening and everything is running
well.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
John G. Klumpke to Henry J. Gallaeher, lot on
X line of Broadway, 128 X of Polk street, E 73, X
27 f>, W 43. .S\V to a point, 128 Eof l'olk street. 8
137:6: $1.
M. KetSKCT to Eulalia A. Day, lot on E line of
Steiner street, 112:6 B of Oak, a 25 by E 1 15: $10.
Anna V. Wakeruan to Ellen Haas, lot on X line
of If night street, 220 W of .broderick, W 27:6 by
-V 137:6: $10. *
Crocker Estate Company to Thomas F. anil
Nellie A. O'Day, lot ou w line of Snrader street
25 N or Beulah, X 25 by W 106:3; $ 1475.'
Caroline Simon to Joseph .Simon, lot on 8 line of
Washington street, 70 E of Kearnv, E 47:6 by S
34:8: Rift. ■ 1
Robert B. and Etta Knlcht to Emille M. Chabot,
lot on S\V corner of Butter and Taylor streets, W
27:6 by S 100: $100.
Agnes Me Verry to Conrad Bill, lot on 8 line of
Greenwich street. 80 W of Jones, \V 57:6 by s 73*
$10. -- \
Conrad and Eliztb Bill to'SlaryA. McVerry.
same;.«lo.
Frederick or Fritz and Margaret Kaufmann to
Frank Schmitt. lot on SW line of Clary street, 425
S\V of Fourth. SW SB by XVV 80: $10.
Frank and Margaret McNally to Lewis Hood, lot
on E line of Pennyslvania avenue, 325 S of Nevada
street, s 26 by E 100: $10.
■ George F. Tuttle to Edwin W. Joy, lot on S line
of B street, 32:6 E of Seventeenth avenue, E 50 by
S 100: $10. '•.-:<■
Maria H. Williamson to Margaret Kennedy, lot
on NW line of .Huron avenue. 206 XE of Sickles
VI 60 by X\V 107. West End map 2; $5.
James G. Anderson to Harrison A. Jones, all
those portions of tideland, blocks 84 and 94, as in
864 d 280 (made by D.William Douthki to John
Anderson February 11, 1875, lots 9, 10, 11, 18, 19
20, block 84: also 1 and 2, fractional, and lots 3 17
to 24, block 84); $10. '
ALAMEDA COUNTY.
Patrick Kelly et al. (by W. S. Harlow, Commis
sioner) to Cosmopolitan Mutual Building and Loan
Association, lot on \V line of Henry street, 150 V
of West Second. X 25 by W 125, Tot 40, block G,
Bay View Homestead, Oakland- ,*«uo.
W. S. and Helen M. toerriam 10 the Market
street Congregational Church, lot on NW corner ot
Market and West Eighteenth streets, X 110 by W
100, Oakland; $10. J
A. H. Schon of Oakland to Annie M. L. Schramm
of Oakland, lot on E lino of Adeline street, 107 8
N of Thirty-second, N 30 by E 127. portion of lots
2 and 11, block 676, Watts Tract, ilap 2, Oakland ;
$10.
Mary C. Williams and Margaret Guerin to Cecelia
Conlan or Connelly of Oakland, lot on X line of
Third street, 77 W of Chestnut, N 112 by W 50
lots 4 and 5, block 478, Market-street Homestead'
Oakland : gift.
W. E. Barnard to Samuel T. Alexander of Oak
land, lot on SE corner of Union and Twenty-eiehth
streets, S 60:6 by E 108:3, block 649; also lot. on
E line of Union street, 85:6 Sof Twentv-eiehth a
50. E 133:3, N 25. W 25, X 25, W to "beginning
block 649. Oakland; also lot on \V line of Magnolia
street, 110:6 S of Twenty-eighth, S 100 by W
133:3, block 6-49, subject to mortgage for $1700.
Oakland; $10.
Lucinda P. Whitworth et al. (by \V. S. Harlow,
Commissioner) to Cosmopolitan "M. B. and L
Association, lot on SE line of Thirteenth avenue,
40 SW of East Sixteenth street, SW 35 by SE
105. block 65, Clinton, East Oakland: $2866.
Elon D. Ormshy of Oakland to Oakland Bunk of
Savings, lot on E line of Twenty-third avenue, 160
X of East Fourteenth street, X 26 by E 160, Eaat
Oaklaua ; $600.
Henry and Elmina S. Crab of San Francisco to
Alfred P. Swain of Oakland, lot on E line of Hum
boldt avenue, 51.95 S of Colusa, S 51.95.
E 147.20, H 50, W 133.70, lot S, block X, Roberts
and Wolfskill Tract, subject to a mortgage, Oak
land Township; $10.
Jesse E. Godlev of San Francisco to Stanley
Forbes of San Francisco, lot on west line of
Milvfa street, 120 X of Rose. N 40 by W 135, be
ing lot 27 and H 4 feot of lot 28, block 18, property
or Berkeley Villa Association. Berkeley: $10.
Mary E. Hooper to Town of Berkeley, begin
ning at SW i-orner of block 3. Berkeley View
Homestead Association, thence E 300.83, X to a
point distant 60 feet on a line at riffht angles to
South Cedar street, thence W 60, N from S line of
Cedar street, measured at right angles 300.83 to
East bprlng street, thence 8 to beginning, being
the S portion of block 3, Berkeley View Home
stead, for public highway, Berkeley; $353.
.1 nelson Wheeler to same, lot beginning at a
point on S boundary line of plat 84, rancho of V.
and I). Feralta, at a point 10.02 chains E from SW
corner of plat 84, thence NE 16.04 chains, NW 30
feet to a point 60 feet from S line of Cedar street,
thence SW 16.04 chains. SE to beginning, for pub
lic hiKhway, Berkeley ; $10.
George O. Baker (and as attorney) and Frances
C. Baker (by attorney) of Oakland to Alton H.
Clough of Oakland, undivided half interest in lots
9 and 10, Mountain View Tract, portion of Dohr
Tract. Berkeley ; $10.
Daniel S. Richardson and Asa Fisk (by W. 8.
Harlow, Commissioner) to Cosmopolitan M. B. and
L. Association, lot on W line of Walnut street,
240.34 X of Eunice, X 40 by W 136.28, lot 10,
block I,'the Highlands, being a resubdivision of
blocks 1.2 and 3 of the Tuony addition to Berke
ley, Oakland Township: $502.
Frank H. and Julia F. Kellogg to Joseph A.
Leonard Company (a corporation), lot on X line of
Santa Clara avenue, 100 E of Willow street, E 50
by X 157:6, portion of lot 3, block 20, lands ad
jacent to Enclnal, Alameda: $10.
Luther J. and Susan H. Ewell and Sarah H.
Thompson of San Francisco to Daniel S.Thomp
son of San Francisco, lots 1, 2, 3, 8 to 12. block 51,
X addition to town of Livermore, Murray Town
ship; $10.
Charlotte Speyer (wife of Wa»v> to Charles A.
Knlzenbacb of Oakland lot on N line of East
Twenty-first street, 118:9^ E cf Twenty-third
avenue, E 60 by N 150, quitclaim deed. East Oak
land: $5.
Charles 8. Melvin of Oakland to Georgenla Mel
vin of Oakland, lo: on SW line of East Twenty
second street, 100 XW of Seventeenth avenue !SW
130 by X Wso.be! nit the XE 130-foot lots 15 and
16, block 70, northern addition. East Oakland
gift.
Builders' Contracts. '
Joseph. Garibaldi with David K<m, to erect a
aSaSTof^^JSaT?."- ot lnion Blreet «
Otto Grundel with H. Bi-hrens, carpenter work
etc- on N line of Eddy street, 62 Eof Uroderick :
*1675. •
D.J. Murphy with William J. Fit-Id, to erect a
three-story building on XW corner of Steiner and
O'Farrell streets: $10,470. * ~°

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