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CITY REAIi ESTATE.
p H. UMBSEN & Co!. ~~- ~
REAL ESTATE AGENTS, RENT .COLLECTORS
AND AUCTIONEERS.
14 Montgomery st., near Market. San Francisco.
Call and obtain one of our -'Real Estate Records,"
which contains a list of properties for sale in nil
pans of the city. : ;
IMPROVED PROPERTY. ' ;
m(lnn LOVELY HOME: TWO-STORY
VIJ..UUU. and' basement bay-window ■ resi-
dence of 10 rooms and bath: brick foundation
stone walks: all modern improvements: -lawn
and garden: fine views: elite location; north of
Market street; large lot, 62:6x137:6.
SUlOOft SCOTT ST.: substantial bay-
%i2\J\J\JVJ. window residence of X rooms and
bath: brick foundation, etc.: all latest improve-
rsi.'i:ts: lot 24:9x106:3: small amount cash; bal-
ance same as rent; exceptionally easy terms.
Q'^^Oft A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY TO
•4 KfU\J\t. get a nice homo in the Western Ad-
dition cheap; a beautiful now. modern bay-window
cotta?e of rt rooms and hath; "ull latest" improve-
ments; lot 25x90; street bltumiuizcd.
©7nnn CHEAP; good 2 - STORY bay.
*o '' V.V window residence of 8 rooms. and
r>ath: brick foundation: all modern Improvements;
Stable, etc : house alone coat $6500 to build; lot
4bx115; owner forced to sell.
$t9fion POSITIVELY must BE sold, ON
'U ~\J\J\J. account of ill health of the owner;
substantial 2-story house of 2 flats of 5 and 4 rooms
and bath each; rent $27 per month: lot 25x125;
wear Geary-st. cable road; no reasonable offer re-
fused.
Q99^\ft MINNA ST.. N. SIDE: COTTAGES
'- — wu. rooms and lot 25x75; street accepted.
Q9Qn,ft 18THST.; BUSINESS LOCATION:
•U.-UUU. cottage of 4 rooms; could be raised
and store put underneath: mortgage of $1800 at 7
pet cent can remain; this is a bargain; owner
wants to go East.
Q67KA A CHEAP BUY: 2 SUBSTANTIAL
*IT<-/I«J\». bay-window houses of 8 rooms and
bath each: brick foundation: stone walks: all latest
improvements: corner on Laguuast.; $750 per an-
num.
Q<-)f»r\n, GLOVER ST.; RENT $30 MONTH;
*Z)—\J\.'\J. good investment: 3 tiats of 4 rooms
rach; street accepted; near Jones st.; this is a
bargain. ' . -C";
YO REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED: MUST
X> be sold on account of foreclosure of mortgage;
3 substantial bay-window flats: brick foundation,
stone walks, etc. : rent $65 per month; lot 25x
114; 21st st., near Valencia.
£ E*fi ~*f\ RENT SS2B PER ANNUM; A GOOD
KxiUIJOXJ. buy: Bush and Wildey mis.: 4 flats:
brick foundation, stone - walks, etc.; lot, 25x
127:6; 2 frontages.
Ql H Z.(\f\ A REAL BARGAIN: OWNER
•.? -L' '.OVJyj* desirous of leaving State; -splen-
did investment on Shotwell- st. : 4 nice substantial
bay-window fiats of 6 and 5 rooms and bath each;
brick foundation, all modern improvements and
conveniences: and modern cottage of 5 rooms and
bath; rent $1104 per annum; lot 40x115 to rear
street,
G. H. UMBSEX & CO.. 14 Montgomery st.
O'FARRELL <fc CO.. ' "
yJ 11 MONTGOMERY STREET.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
COLLECT RENTS. RENT HOUSES.
EFFECT INSURANCE.
©9CAA CLKMF.NTINA-ST. INVESTMENT;
i. — v)v/\J. 20x75; must be sold to close an estate.
Q9^n.A INCOME $264 PER ANNUM; TWO
<T — «JVJU. Hats on Broadway; lot 23x60.
Qiß7Z\(\ TWO MODERN BAY-WINDOW
OtMcHJ. flats of 8 rooms and bath, on the
sunny side of Fell St.: not far out; large lot, 25x
137:6; income $600 per annum.
Q9XAA -STORY HOUSE OF 6 ROOMS
O — uv/U. and bath, on Harrison st., near Bth;
lot has double frontage, running through to a rear
street: this is one of the cheapest centrally located
properties in the market to-day.
rp HE GREATEST BARGAIN* ON THE FACE
X of the globe: 2-story house of 7 rooms and bath,
beautifully located In the Mission; lot 25x99:8,
and all he asks is $3750. :".-;,
Q7AA BUILDING LOT OX NINTH AYE.,
O I \J\J. adjacent to Golden Gate Park; 25x120;
this is about $300 below its actual cash value.
ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A HOME? IF SO,
-.'V. here is a chance for you. We will sell you. on
Twelfth aye., just a few feet from H st,, overlook-
ing the Golden Gate Park, a lot 25x120 for $900;
will let you make your own terms; we only have
two left: remember the lot is all ready to build
upon and only 25 minutes ride from the Baldwin
Hotel.
CjO X A TO $550 A LOT— SECOND HALF
tJJOiJUof our beautiful block in the Academy
Tract ii'ii)«- offered to purchasers on very easy
terms. Übe blocK faces on Mission St., at the
. present f^erminus of : the ■ Misslon-st. electric cars.
There are 5 new cottages on it, all built by parties
who have bought within the last three months,
our representative, George A. Turner, is on the
property every Sunday. If yon Intend buying, you
would do well to look at this property before mak-
ing your selection.
DXO'A EASTLAKE RESIDENCE OF 8
1 "— O\J. rooms and bath on Pacific Heights
commanding an exceptional marine view; large
lot, 50x68:9: this is positively one of the cheapest
residences in the Western Addition.
QA7mA INCOME $660 A YEAR: 4 FLATS
•_ " 1 • '". of 4 and 5 rooms each on a corner of
O'Farrell st.; portion of the lot vacant.
O'FARRELL & CO., Real Estate Agents,
11 Montgomery st.
<£ 1 df\fi EACH — 2 LOTS ON FREDERICK
CIOW st., bet. Cole and Stanyau; sire 25x
137:6: mortgage of $1000 each can remain; a
pickup.
$12,500— Bargain in Western Addition; inside of
1-aguna st. ; 3 flat.l. one of 7 and two of 8 rooms
each; cost $13,000 to build; rents for $125 per
month: lot 25x120 to rear street; both streets
paved and all street work done.
Twenty acres on Ocean House road; near beach;
cheap. _
Cottages and villa, lots on easy terms in Lark-
spur: very cheap. • .
Lots north and south of Golden Gate Park and in
Excelsior Homestead very cheap on $5 monthly
payments. J. W. WRIGHT & CO., - .
628 Market st., opposite Palace Hotel
UJJI COX 1-5 CASH; LOT 25x110; 1 BLOCK
<pIU*JU. from Golden Gate Park; east side
Hhrader St., near Waller. Apply owner 522 How-
ard st. . r ;""■"-.'
<sil 9 fiO.ft RENTS $100: 2-STORY BUILD-
•'•vvu, in? and lot; Berry st., near Sutler
knd Dupone: lot 22:6x100.
QflA Ann RENTS $497; LARKrN ST. IN-
tj\J .\f\J\J . vestment, having 'two corners,'
Ftores and dwellings: nearly 50 vara in size; on
one of the best portions of the street; southwest
corner of Larkin and Geary streets;
QQK Ann VERY CHEAP; BRANXAX
<3t)O.\t\J\J. St.: 137:6x250 feet through to
and fronting 187:6 feet on Bluxome st., bet/Flfth
«nd Sixth, near railroad freight sheds; flue site for
warehouse of any kind.
Q9X 0,0.0 BEItK WAREHOUSE AND
»T-t>.UUU. lot 137:6x125 onßluxome st., bet.
Fifth and Sixth; or warehouse and lot 137:6x250
to Bran nan st.
"ft^O 000 RENTS $274 50; CORNER; 90x
«iP«JV/.V/UV/. 125, covered with 2-story and 3-
story buildings on Ellis st.
MAKE OFFER; OWNER MUST SELL: TWO
j'l 2-story dwellings in first-class order and lot
37:6x100; Pierce st., near Golden Gate aye.; houses
rented for $70 ; price asked. $10,000.
, Apply THOMAS MAGEE <fc SONS,
4 MONTGOMERY ST.
"DAROAIN!
Jackson and Washington: double front: 205 feet-
-57000; $3i per front foot: bet. Cherry st. and
First aye. THOMAS MAGEE <fc, SONS, 4 Mont-
gomery it.
- IGH'i BARGAINS. ~ ~ "
ili Four flats near 9th and Harrison sts $2800
Two flats on San Carlos aye 2800
Four flats on Shipley 5t... '.".... 2850
; Two flats on Langton st ;........ 3150
Modern .-ouage: .Sonchea st., nr. 18th SOOO
Two fiat on Morris aye ...:...:...'. 3250
Residence and barn on Morris aye 4000
Two modern flats on Klgsllngst. 5300
G. W. ARMBRUB 230 Montgomery, room 9.
PA LOTS FOR BUILDING.. ..
$500— Block bounded by Point Lobos aye.
. ; $32- •:■.: . . • • ..
Clement st. and 34th and 35th ayes.
: •*4oo— • ': ' . • :
$500— Electric-ram will run on Clement st. and
S73O— ■ Point Lobos aye. within 30 days.
Terms— s2s cash: balance $5 per month. :;
BUILDING LOTS SOUTH OF PARK.
$500— On 10th and lltli ayes. and L and M sts.;
'property all graded;, fine marine and park view;
terms. $25 cash: balance $10 per month.- - ;
Apply to W'lLi.. E. FISHER & CO., real estate
agents, 14 Post Rt. '•' • > ■
KARE BUSINESS CHANCE.
Mission St., Bkt. Thikd ano Fourth. ■
LARGE LOT, 115x100, >■. ..*.:;'
With Brick Building Known as -
I HOWARD PRESBYTKRIAX CHURCH.
For full information, prices, etc., apply to •
• HUBERT J. MERCER A SON, 410 Pine si.
qTausalito^hillside lots.
- Fronting bay; specially favorable rates and easy
terms. " • •'■ . -<. ■ ■ .''■■' - t. ■.• •- --- «;
Kiiisalito Bay Lnnd Co., 303 California st..rm. 25
<£Qftft CASH; HOUSE. 6 ROOMS, JjOI 1 25x70;
ijf! •JUI/Roscoe St., near Crescent aye.. Holly Park ;
Hi3sloii-«u cars, or apply at 64 Silver st» - ,
CITY REAL ESTATE. *
TTOI.IESEEKERS; ATTENTION.
XX- .... _ CHEAP BUILDING LOTS.
B gry to build. ALL BARGAINS.
*Jlso— Uak ' near Devisadero: 25x187:0.
91800— Fair Oaks; near 251h; 25x100. >
•fl7sO— Church, near 20th: 25x100.
$IbOO— Benlali. near Stunvan; 25x106. ' :
$1400— 18 th, near Hattie:" 25x87.
$1200— De Long aye.. near Waller: 25x80.
$1000— aye., near California; 25x119.
$900— 17 th, near Douglass; 25x87:6.
$800— 11 th aye, near Clement; 2!>x120.
»700— 20 th, nc-arStanyan; 25x100.
$600— Diamond, MM 22-d : 25x125;
$450— Park Lane Tract; 25x87 :(5.
$300— Moulton, near Detroit: 25x112:6.
$250— Paris, near China aye: 25x100. .
EASTON, ELDRIDGE ft CO.,
838 Market st.
rpniXK OF IT!
X CALIFORNIA-ST. RESIDENCE. $4750.
- • • MUST SELL THIS WEEK.
Reduced from $6000: a lovely ' home of 8 rooms
ana bath; fine neighborhood ; near ISaki'rst., sunny
side. 1 EASTON. ELDRIDGE <£ CO.,
■ " . 638 Market St.
A SNAP FOR INCOME AND SPECULATION.
$6500. $6500. $6500.
RENTS FOR $60 PER MONTH.
Three fine modern flats of 5. 5 and 6 rooms and
bath; centrally located ; 2 blocks north of Market
St.: lot 26x96: reduced from $8500 tor Immediate
sale. EASTOX, ELDRIDGE .v- CO.,
"-:•-;;- ■ ■■■• - -■- 638 Market st,
AN ELEGANT MODERN RESIDENCE.
; PACIFIC AYE., NEAR SCOTT ST.
SUPERB MARINE VIEW.
LOCATION UNEXCELLED.
Nearly new and perfect in all details: 14 rooms,
X baths; billiard and ball rooms; magnificently
frescoed and finished in natural wood; cost over
$25,000; large lot want, an offer.
EASTOX, ELDRIDGE & CO.,
- 638 Market st.
A CHOICE OFFERING.
AN ELEGANT BUILDING LOT.
> ONLY $3000.
In one of the most desirable portions of the
Western Addition, near Baker and Washington
sts.; size 25x106::;.
«g» EASTON, ELDRIDGE & CO.,
638 Market st.
■\TE\V BAKER-ST. FLATS.
±> $5250. BARGAIN PRICE. $5250
Modern:. 4 and 5 rooms and bath; rents $45- lot
25x90; for few aays only; see them.
EASTON, ELDRIDGE * CO.,
- - 638 Market st.
DO YOU WANT A HOME
CHEAP, COZY, COMFORTABLE
COTTAGES.
IN ALL PARTS OF THE CITY.
$6250— 0n Pacific Heights; 7 rooms and bath •
large lot, 30x112:6. ■- '
. $5500— Turk. nr. Devisadero; 8 rooms and bath-
lot 27:6x137:6. '
$4500— McAllister, nr. Stauyan; 8 rooms and
bath: lot 25x96:6.
. $4000— Waller, nr. Devisadero; 7 rooms and
bath; lot 25x137:6.
.$3750— nr. 18th; 6 rooms and bath; lot
Church, nr. 27th— 7 rooms and bath; lot
25x80,
$2600— Holly Park, near electric cars; 5 rooms
and bath: new: lot 25x100.
$2600— 17 th, nr. Douglass; 4 rooms and bath-
lot -_'5x87:6.
$2500— Buena Vista Heights; 4 rooms and bath-
lot 25x100.
EASTOX, ELDRIDGE A CO.,
638 Market st.
MAXIMS FOR PURCHASERS OF REAL
estate in San Francisco:
"A title to real property may be perfect of record
and worthless in law."
"All losses in titles arise in those which are sup-
posed to be good."
'•Title insurance, like fire insurance, adds to the
value of the property insured." *;■ -
' • ... — .^—
The subject of title Insurance Is one that ought to
interest every investor. Every person who knows
anything about real estate transfers will appreciate
the value of a policy of insurance upon his title. It
makes the property valuable, and after the insur-
ance is once effected the title is easily and econom-
ically transferred, y^','.'
THE CALIFORNIA TITLE INSURANCE AND
TRUST COMPANY
Issues policies of insurance upon realty titles,
which guarantee purchasers and their heirs against
losses from defective searches.
The company has a paid-up capital of $250,000
and a reserve fund of $25,000, which amply guar-
antees every policy.
The leading banks accept Its policies and loan
money upon the property of which the title is in-
sured without other search.
Having a complete abstract plant, the company
Is able to make and continue abstracts for the use
of attorneys at the shortest possible notice."
"The advantage of a policy when a man wishes to
convert his property into cash quickly or to make
loans upon it, has been proven again and again by
experience. The man with a guaranteed title rinds
that he can borrow money with as much ease as if
he had stocks and bonds."— Chicago Tribune.
"The guarantee of such companies protect pur-
chasers of property and mortgages against risks
which, though remote, always attend real estate,
transactions. The most experienced lawyer may
err. especially where the law is undetermined and
fraud is an element of danger."— New York Herald.
Money loaned on real estate at current rates of
interest, 1
Office— Mills building, San Francisco.
' L. It. ELLERT, Manager.
T OUIS SCHLOSS. ~ '.
Rooms 24 and 25, Crocker Building, S. P,
ffl>7A ftftft FOR A CHOICE PIECE OF
<dp 1 \J.\J\J\J business property on 3d st,; fine
investment.
©,=l9 Aftft FOR A FINE PIECE OF PROP-
tipptZj. O\J\J, erty on Bush St., near Kearny.
Oil ftft ftftft FOR THE CHOICEST PIECE
iJjlUu.uUv of residence property in the
Western Addition; 2 varas.
SANTA CLAEA COUNTY PROPERTY .TO
exchange - for San Francisco ■ property ; free
from umbra nee.
ffljlQ ftftft FOR A FINE PIECE OF IX- I
<JpJ-O. \J\J\J. come property on Channel street.
©/l Aft MISSION LOTS OX THE INSTALL-
r]p:iUI/. ment plan. ■ . ■
Ci^ftft MISSION LOTS OX THE INSTALL-
tS)O\J\J. meat plan.
•BiQ^ ftftft 1 A SNAP; 65 FEET ON MISSION
*g)iJ*jm\j\J\J, street; a choice piece for manu-
facturing of any kind. s> -*
LOUIS SCHLOSS,
r.ooms 24 and 25, Crocker Building, S F. •
RICK BUILDING FOR BUSINESS PROP-
erty on Market st. ; rent $7200 a year.
Corner Pacific aye. and Baker st., 55x137 :6 ft •
price, $11,000.
E. side Stanyan st,, bet. Carl and Frederick sts. ;
25x100; price $2600.
60x127 :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
reduced from $6500 to $6000; make offer.
■ 2-story brick bouse of 9 rooms, with stable, In
South Park; lot 45x125 ft, price $7500.
Lot on Duncan st., bet. Noe and Castro: 25x114
feet: price $400. • • . ■--.---.-■*.■
Cottage house, 1367 Dolores st.: 6 rooms and
bath, basement; on each side ot Dolores St.- 25x9£
leet. -
' Apply to C. C. BEMIS, Real Estate and Lane
Agent. 324 Montgomery street. ' •
OUSEOF 5 ROOMS, BATH, LARGE CEL
lar and garden ; lot 22 :6x96. 2489 Lr.rkin st. -
T OW IS THE TIME"! O BUILD, WHILE
-i.l materials are cheap. : Will build anything
anywhere: cash or easy monthly installments
plans Included. O. W. FOIisVTH, 640 Market st.
T^OR SALE-AFINE HOUSE, FOUR ROOMS
X i and large basement, stable, outhouses, garden
forty fruit trees, streets graded and it good well of
water. Inquire at- FRED MEINeKE, Five-mile
House. Mission road. *'
Q7Xft .■ COTTAGE: 3 ROOMS: IN BERKE-
<JJ) I O\J. ley; lot 40x120; $15 monthly. .
$200— Halt an acre,' near university; steep and
cheap. . - ,
; Other honors and lots all over town.
; CH AS. A. BAILEY, 46 Market St., or Berkeley
station, Berkeley. - • . : . ■-•■
OUSE AND LOT; FURNITURE FOR SALE;
$1 350. 1420 Twelfth aye., 8. of Park.
xIO7:6— SW. COR. JERSEY AND DlA-
mond sis. Apply within. -
H~ OUSES FOR ; SALE OX SMALL MONTHLY
payments: loans made on San ' Francisco real
estate. LOUIS BLANK 214 Pine St.. rms. 58 A 59.
i'.-~ ■•'",■• HOUSES-WANTED.
\ir anted'— flat of 3 i bi;~4 rooms, \vrrif
j • » bath, If possible; not more than 10 blocks from
Market and Kearny sts., in either direction; rent
from $18 to $20. Address ■ MRS. RUPP, 487%
Haightsu -- „.--.;,-.,.;- ;.../:.; - -T*
THE Sx\N FRANCISCO CALL, WEDNESDAY, JUNE ID, 1895.
COI'XTKI keai. ESTATE.
7yFARRELirS~Ca~ ~ """" "; n f rlJ^? x
DAVID BUSH, COUNTRY DEPARTMENT.
11 MONTGOMERY ST. .
We desire to call the attention of intending buy-
ers of country lands to some bargains in improved
income-producing orchard, vineyard, grain and
stock : farms (many of which : are bank fore-
closures), that we have tn-Alameda, Coutru Costa,
Xapa. Sonoma, Solano, San Mateo and Santa Clara
, counties, and in the middle and northern counties
and in the San Joaqnln Valley. We would also call
.the attention of buyers to the fact that our Mr.
Bush having had forty years' knowledge and expe-
rience of the value of lands for orchard and vine-
yard purposes, and being the owner of an income-
producing orchard and vineyard for many years,
can intelligently direct intending buyers to the
best lands and bargains In the State. "
For further particulars inquire of DAVID BUSH,
Country Department of O'FARRELL & CO., 11
Montgomery street.
TJANCH FOR SALE— S2O ACRE; - 164
: X\i acres near Wright's station, Santa Clara County :
■located in the healthiest part of tho Santa Cruz
Mountains; 10 acres in bearing vines, some young
fruit trees; investigate and make an offer. Inquire
H. ICIRCHNER, 134 Perry st., San Francisco, or
Wright's station.,
]p OVEBNMENT HOMK3TKAD LOCATED:
VX. abundance timber, water, grazing and iruit
land; nice chicken or hog location; $200 cash. 509
Kearny st.. room 3. ; ■,
ACRES. LEVEL LAND;; 4 MILES FROM
Haywards and i mile from railroad; no im-
provements; price $1000. HPECK & CO., 30
Montgomery st. , .
»TIHIS WILL INTEREST YOU.
We have decided to found c colony which will be
a practical demonstration c;; successful industrial
and social life, a community •>* homes that will he
self-sustaining, attractive < d profitable. If you
have a home like this you !••, ye the ultimatum of
all riches: .the most weallhv :an have no more. If
you have a home like tbiv you are a sovereign,
whereas If you are working <.Va salary, though you
may hold the highest clerk-.. lip you are a servant,
l our time, your skill, tho vji*ne of your time and
skill belongs to the man wh,f pays you for it.
We have a, tract of landton which to establish
homes of this kind. Our location is beautiful, our
soil is rich and productive, growing all varieties of
fruit, not excepting the orjnge and lemon, also
grain and vegetables of all kinds. We have cheap
transportation. We have a l'ealthy climate. Those
who desire a home in a community of this kind are
the people we desire to meet; and converse with In
regard to terms, plans, etc. Address W. H.. box
136, Call Office.
0 OR 4 LOVELY BROOKKIDE HOMES, NEAR
*J town. A. M. DENNETTE, Glen Ellen, Cal.
4 TO 10 ACRE LITTLE HOMES OX eight
years' credit. D. H. TW ;NU, Sonoma City, Cal.
A N EyUAL SHOW FOR ALL; STRAIGHT,
-V *• fair and square deal; an investment offered
t.<iat is honest; own your own home and be inde-
pendent: try it and you will find that we advise
yon right; we will sell you 40 acres of alluvial soil
in the Warren Green rancho, Glenn County, Cal.,
for $280: $3 per acre down, balance in 60 monthly
payments, without interest, and will throw in town
Jot 100x150: land suitable for all kinds of fruit,
berries or grain; needs no irrigation: climate un-
surpassed anywhere in California; 168 miles north
01 San Francisco and only 20 miles from coumy
seat of couuty, and 6 miles from nearest railroad
town; fare, round trip, $9. . For investments and
information address or call on the H. M. BENSON'
CO.. 902 Broadway, Oakland.
MAIUN COUNTY-5000 ACRES 26 MILES
from San Francisco.
RANCHO DE NOVATO.
Tracts or any size desired; fruit, grain and vege-
table land; no irrigation; both rail and water
transportation; $40 to $75 per acre: easy terms,
town of Novato; graded school, hotels and stores
on the property ; send for circular.
Dairy for sale with or without cows. - -v
SYNDICATE INVESTMENT COMPANY, 64
and 65. Chronicle building. \
IF YOU WANT A RANCH FOR GRAZING
A purposes or an orchard already improved, where
only small cash outlay is required, balance payable
in 6 or 7 years, apply 326 Montgomery St., S. F.
'_ ~~810 V TO LOAK. j
BQ'HROW MONEY ON^YOUR "'JDIAMOXDs",
jewelry, furniture and pianos without removal;
lowest rates. Call or write to HA RR V ANKEL <fc
*X>., Mills bldg, sth fl^or. r 6; strictly confidential.
A F.JOHNS & CO., FINANCIAL AGENTS,
-»\.. 632- Market St., room 9: money to loan in
amounts to suit on San Francisco and Oakland real
estate: country loans negotiated; bonds bought and
sold ; insurance on man'f'g plant placed at low rates.
LOANS ON REAL ESTATE, IST AND UND
mortgages, furniture or pianos without re-
moval ; lowest rates. BECKE X, 240 Montgomery.
ONEY AT IST AND 2D MORTGAGES,
estates, pianos. MURPHY, 628 Market st.
IST AND 2ND MORTGAGES, LIFE INSUR-
ance policies, bank books. GOULD, 633 Market.
ON ANY SECURITY; AT LOW RATES; DEAL-
ing confidential. 43 Crocker building.
MUNICIPAL LOAN OFFICE,""" CROCKER
building, room 57; telephone Main 5122.
ANY SUM OF -MONEY- -ADVANCED OX
your furniture, pianos or real estate; low rates;
call and state your proposition ■ or write: open
evenings. J. NOON AN, 1021 Mission st. ■
MOtTEY LOANED ON JEWELRY AND OTHER
xVL valuables at the Security Loan Bank, 1109
Market st- nr. Mason: private entrance 7 Turk.
EDUCATIONAL. — —
M~~^s^^oTr^ir^clio^L~R^io^E^fo^297
Sacramento st.: new term July 8.-
SPANISH, FRENCH, GERMAN, meister-
_ schaft School of Languages, 122 O'Farrell st.
■MIGHT SCHOOL; HEALD'S business COL-
-i-i lege, 24 Post st. ; commercial, shorthand, Eng-
lish; low rates.
T ILLIAN~BEDDARD, THE ENGLISH AC-
Xj tress, coaches ladles and gentlemen for the
dramatic profession ; appearances arranged, ahako-
spearean Academy, 406 Van Ness aye.
ELASCO'S LYCEUM SCHOOL OF ACTING—
Private theatricals arranged; pupils rehearsed
onstage. R. 5 & 12, 1. 0. O. F. block, 7th and Market.
"\7OCAL TEACHER, JOSEPH GREVEN, IM-
V proves and beautified even ■ spoiled voices and
procures positions for his pupils. 82 Ninth st.
QCHOOL ELECTRICAL, CIVIL, MINING, ME-
-0 chanical engineering, surveying, architecture,
assay: estab. '64. VAN PERN AILLEN, 723 Mkt.
STIEHL'S SHORTHAND- AND BUSINESS
College, 723 Market st. : diploma course $30.
ENGLISH . BRANCHES TAUGHT BY MISS
DILLON, 14 McAllister, r. 46; private or class.
MRS. MELVILL&SNYDER, "ORATORICAL,
Vocal and Dramatic Academy, 519 Van Ness
aye.; vocal classes Monday, 8 p. m..sl month; dra-
matic classes Wednesday. Bp. m., $3 month: also
private lessons and piano; ladles and gentlemen
coached for professional or amateur stage (stage for
practice). ■ . , . „- ........
TARR'S INST., 659 MARKT— BOOKKEEPING
X taught In 6 weeks. We pledge ourselves to keep
free for 6 months books our graduates fail on.
EALD'S BUSINESS .COLLEGE. 24 POST
Bookkpsr, business practice, shorthand, typing, I
electrical engineering, telegraphy, modern bin-
guageB rapidly taught. Write tor catalogue. v - -.- '.
ATTORNEYS- ~
"a^v^e^frlseTijiv^r^eTpro^at^Xa^
XV. a specialty; suits Superior, Justice, Police
courts: terms reasonable: collections, etc. G. W.
HOWE, atty-at-law. 850 Market, 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.
NAUGHTON, 54 Nevada block, S. F.
J' OilN R. Aif KEN , ATTORNEi-AT-LAW, RS.
16 and 17. 402 Montgomery st., cor. California.
JA. MITCH SltX* ATT'Y-AT-LAW, REMOVED I
• to Spreckels bldg., 929 Market st. ; advice free.
WM.H. CHAPMAN, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
. Mills building, sixth floor, room 5, San Fran-
cisco, Cal. Telephone 1544.
W. DAVIDSON, ATTORNE Y-AT-LA W. 420
« California St.; rms. 14-15: advice free. •■ :
II PROPOSALS. 7 ~^ ~"
TpROPOSAIS^"
X FOR SUPPLIES FOR VETERANS' HOME
ASSOCIATION.
- Notice is hereby giv,en that sealed proposals will
I be received by the board of directors of the Veter-
ans' Home Association at its office, 1 room 13, No.
320 Sansome street, San Francisco, California, up
to 2 o'clock p. m. SATURDAY, June 22,1895,
and opened immediately thereafter in the pres-
ence of bidders, for furnishing and. delivering
quartermaster, and commissary supplies ' for the
Veterans' Home, Napa County (railroad station,
YountviUe) for the six months commencing July
1, 1895, and ending December 31, 1895. .-,
Schedules with information and instructions for
submitting bids will be furnished upon application
to the undersigned. Bidders will . carefully follow
the conditions of the schedules, ana no bid will he
considered unless it is in accordance with such
schedules. . , ... ■' ,r
Each bidder must accompany his . bid with a cer-
tified check upon gome well-known and responsi-
ble banking-house for at . least 10 percent of the
amount of his bid, payable to J. C. CURRIER.
Treasurer, conditioned that . the -bidder will enter
Into a good and valid contract, upon . notice of ac-
ceptance, as required by law. ; •--■•• - . .• ;-
-1 The board reserves the right to reject any or all
bids, and to order any quantity over or under the
amount specified. Address J. J. SCOVILLEj
Secretary Veterans' Home Association, room 13,
No. 320 Sansome st., San Francisco, Cal.
By order of the Board of Directors. : .
PAINTING. - -■■■ ■'. ■■■.;. ... .-•.--.. -,
X PROPOSALS FOR LABOR — SEALED PRO-
posals for performing the labor of painting* the
buildings of the Veterans' Home In Napa County
(railroad station I Yountville) 1 will be received by
the board of directors of - the Veterans' Home As-
sociation at •■■ its office, room 13, No. 320 Sansome
street,' San Francisco, Cal., up to 2 o'clock p. m.,
Saturday, June 22; 1895. r: -'■:.:■ •;■;;
Specifications will be furnished bidders upon ap-
plication. Bids should be marked "Proposals for
painting," and addressed to - -■
... . „ , , .-• >.~ ;•>•:- ;. --- -:• - J. J. SCOVILLE,
Secretary, Veterans Home Association, room IS,
320 Sansome St., San Francisco, 'Cal. - . r ',
ATOTICE IS . HEREBY - GIVEN THAT THE
XI board of directors of tho Escondido Irrigation
District will receive sealed proposals for the pur-
chase of $11,000 of the bonds of said 1 district, and
bids will be received therefor at the office of said
board in the city of Escohdldo, California, until 10
o'clock a. v.. on the Ist day of July, 1895. •■•: -. ■■--
■■■''-' 'A. J. WEKDEN, '
i Dat*d Secretary Escondido Irrigation District. ;
Dated May 8, 1895. .: -. . > :,;
- :•.:---..- ■:-.-. ■...-..• • ' . • - ■: " " '-'■■ ". ■"■
HOUSES TO^LEl^ „
HOT7BM OF 6 LARGE SUNNY ROOMs"
C— U. K22. Eliis st. .■■■■ .. : - -„.-, „■:.--
90 TWENTY-THIRD, BET. YORK AND
— O Hampshire— House 6 rooms; bath ; modern
improvements: $18. . '- -. ■
~A AO LEAVENWORTH— HOUSE OF 9 ROOMS
'±\JU and bath. . • *..>". ..-_.. . -
I" N'PART OR WHOLE, CHEAP, STORE AND
JL 11 rooms furnished or unfurnished; good for
fruit store or barber-shop. 3129 Sixteenth st.
A q A. POST. OPPOSITE FIRST CONGREGA-
ttOV/ tional Church— Good location for doctor or
dentist; low rent to a good tenant. Apply to G. H.
UMBSEN & CO.. 14 Montgomery st.
91 91 PERRY— BAY-WINDOW HOUSE; 4
'JuL'jmi \% rooms and basement: water free: rent re-
duced. ' Apply to U. H. UMBSEN & CO., 14 Mont-
gomery st. '■• - ■ .
ATEST STYLES IN HOUSES TO RENT AT
BALDWIN & HAMMOND'S, ig Montgomery.
C UNNY HOUSE-530 EDDY, NEAR LARKIN ;
0 9 rooms: bath: rent $30: water free.
FURNISHED HOUSES.
Op:] II CLAY— HOUSE OF 7 ROOMS, COM-
■—•Jl-i pietely furnished ; piano; furnace; base-
ment: sunny yard: 10 to 3.
COTTAGES TO' LET. -
15£ea^ANT > *SUNNY I COTTJLfIi:V J 8 BOOMS
X and bath. Apply 1514 Gear}' st.
<B»1 QTO $15 — COTTAGES OF 4 AND 5
'Iplt) rooms, bath, basement and yard. Cor.
Dolores ami Fifteenth sis. '
FLAT* TO LET.
y^BB^VEy^LOWgR^gL^ATii ' 'g
X«J rooms: modern improvements; reasonable.
OST DESIRABLE FLAT OF 7 ROOMS WITH
bath and all modern • improvements; rent, in-
cluding water, $30. 1625 Bush St. •
Mt >-T DESIRABLE NEW MODERN SUNNY
Hal, 5 rooms »i:d bath; also new carpet for
sale. 335 a Fair Oaks St., near Twenty-fifth.
■VfEW MIDDLE FLAT: 2 BAY-WINDOWS;
-Li 8 rooms; suitable or 2 families; bath; gas;
tubs; Cheap. 909 Folsotn St., near Fifth. . • .
7q FOURTH— FOUR ROOMS, SUITABLE FOR
I O office or housekeeping: rent $20.
CIJ7 $6,3 ROOMS EACH: YARD; WATER;
«JT) • • separate; 1109-1111 Elm aye. Apply 1512
Golden Gate aye.
LEGANT FLAT: 5 ROOM; BATH; SUN IN
J-i all rooms. 8 Grove, near City Hall.
ELEGANT SUNNY FLAT; ROOMS: BATH.
145 Grove, near City Hall.
SUNNY CORNER FLAT; -.5 ROOMS AND
bath; $22 50. 458 Haight St.
dSTZ»~UPI'ER FLAT; DOUBLE PARLOR;
iIPIU. dining-room and kitchen: bath. 41 Her-
man St., June. Market and Valencia.
Q9 l HOWARD— FLATS, OR 4 ROOMS
O^Ji. and bath.
ODERN FLAT OF 8 ROOMS: BATH: ONE
or two families. 1128 Howard st., near 7th.
OZY FLAT; 4 ROOMS; BATH; ST ATI ON-
ary washtub; rent $18. 1155 Howard st.
RETTIEST FLAT IN THE MISSION, 7
rooms, 2510 Mission st.: large rear lot.
ATEST STYLES IN FLATS TO RENT AT
1 BALDWIN HAMMOND'S, 10 Montgomery.
ffl» Ift BRAND NSW FLAT OF 5 RMS.; NICE
__•_.». location. SPECK'S, 80 Montgomery st.
9 NEW FLATS; JUST COMPLETED: 4 AND
*J 5 rooms and bath; rent $22 50 and $25; Cali-
fornia Rt., nr. Baker. Apply SHAINWALD,
BUCKBEE & CO., 220 Montgomery St., Mills
building.
1 MONTH'S RENT FREE; REDUCED FROM
X $30 to $25; sunny flat; central. 409 O'Farrell.
IpLAT— $2O; NEW, SUNNY, 6 ROOMS, BATH;
Marge yard: modern. 1410 Pacific st.
<jj>Q FLAT 3 FINE SUNNY ROOMS. 27
<IDO. Pearl St., off Market, near Valencia.
FLAT OF 5 FINE SUNNY ROOMS-ALL MO D-
em Improvements. 108 Ridley, near Valencia.
QO|| SUTTER— ELEGANT~SUNNY FLAT; 7
UiJ\' rooms and bath; latest Improvements; call
from 2 to 3 o'clock.
FURNISHED FLATS.
B.\ IK ri^f^3?oß^WU^E~OF^frSbb3jf^FLATi
on Clay st., above Mason; flat to real: elegant
view. See owner, 524 Washington st.
991 '3 WEBSTER — SUNNY UPPEn FLAT;
— I J-O bath, linen, china, piano, etc.
pURNISHED UPPER FLAT— S ROOMS;
X: bath: complete. 1905 Bush St., cor. Laituna.
HOUSEKEEPING KOOMb. ~~
t- . .. .l.^^ « nofMl «w^*i xv
Ing ASH aye.— 2 NICE UNFURNISHED
XvO rooms to let for housekeeping.
ELEGANT ;...* FURNISHED " ROOMS FOR
housekeeping: reasonable. 2531 California at.
0 OB 4 BOOMS WITH BATH For HOUSE-
') keeping. 49 Clara st., near Fourth.
"I BOOM UNFURNISHED FOR HOUSEKEEP-
X lug. 461 Clementina. - t , 1 , .-, „>.:. .;.. »
ELEVENTH — ELEGANTLY,, FUR-
nished front rooms comulete for housekeep-
ing: sun all day: facing the street: private bath,
etc.; grates ; carpets and furniture all new; rea-
sonable.
ELLIS— 2 DESIRABLE SUNNY ROOMS
____for housekeeping; central location.
9991 FOURTH-LARGE FRONT SUITES
*»**fciB for offices; also housekeeping .suites:
transients.
O(\ 7 FOURTH — SUNNY FURNISHED
OU I front rooms for housekeeping; also single-
cheap.
91 q FULTON, COR. VAN NESS AYE.-2 OR
Ci Lkj 3 rooms furnished complete for housekeep-
ing; clean; must be seen to be appreciated.
A qn B PLEASANT SUNNY ROOMS
T:«}W for light housekeeping. ■
7qi HARRISON, BETWEEN THIRD AND
I OX Fourth: large, sunny, comfortable; furnish-
ed front room for housekeeping: bath: private: $9.
7 (V HOWARD-SUNNY SUITE OF UOUSE-
• Xt/ keeping rooms: gas and bath.
91 A HYDE— 2 SUNNY HOUSEKEEPING
— 11/ rooms and 1 large front room.
IHI ft JACKSON, R. MASON-FURNISHED
XV'XCJ sunny front large housekeeping; $7 to $9.
1 AQ JESSIE— LARGE SUNNY HOUSEKEEP-
X\JQ ing rooms; also single rooms; price cheap.
r,AQ JONES-SUNNY FURNISHED SUITE,
OV/t./ gas and bath, with references: no children.
O1 9 A LARKIN, NEAR GEARY— 2 OR 3 SUN-
<..!_- ny furnished housekeeping rooms. . •
<2»1 A LARGE UNFURNISHED ROOMS AND
«ujX\/. kitchen. 18 Lewis St., off Taylor, near
Post. ■ .
011 LYON— PAR KPANHANDLE; BEAUTI-
OXX ul sunny rooms for housekeeping. - , ■ -
t\A U minna — FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
__:U housekeeping; large yard. .
«SjfQ, LARGE FRONT SUNNY HOUSEKEEP-
<g)U. ing room; well furnished. ■ 833 Mission.
1 q MOSS, OFF HOWARD, NEAR SEVENTH—
XO 2 furnished rooms for housekeeping.
qi MOSS— B FURNISHED BOOMS FOR
OX housekeeping. '• .
3 PEARL, COR. MARKET. OPP. OCTAVIA—
Bay-window room and kitchen : well furnished
for housekeeping: running water and sink; $14.
"1 oon powell-s NICELY FURNISHED
J-^-^yJ rooms, suitable for housekeeping; rent
reasonable. "
qi STOCKTON-THREE UNFURNISHED
yJX*J'4 rooms for housekeeping; cheap rent.
TEHAMA— 2 HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS
__r__well furnished: everything handy.
HO TENTH— 2 LOVELY HOUSEKEEPING"
rooms: other rooms;. private family. |
♦.>! 7 THIRD ST.-LARGE SUNNY FRONT
OX I housekeeping; also others; $6. $10, $12. *
q99 THIRD— FRONT FURNISHED HOUSE-
OZiA keeping suites, $7, $8, $9 and $10; single,
$1 to $1 60. ' - ■ •■ :■'•.:'■-■
q AQ TURK— FURNISHED BOOMS
*J\JU for housekeeping.
RO9 WASHINGTON st.-sunny UNFUR- .
*j\J& nished rooms, suites of 2 and 3; $Sand «10*
running water. ■■■■■-. ■■■■■■ ■ .. - '
ROOMS TO LET. .
q9Q BRA^N^CN^^U^N^R^O^IsTtJSIToF
O-jO kitchen, parlor and piano; $6 a month. -
RS. A.* FISHER, FORMERLY OF 417
Kearny, . has removed to 520 Bush St.; house
has been thoroughly renovated and newly fur-
nished; rooms single or en suite; rents reasonable.
114 EIGHTH-SUNNY UNFURNISHED
xxrt rooms; single or en suite; references.
A~\ ft ELLIS-NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS
ttXO at the Irvingtou; single or en suite; prices
to suit the times.. :
UROPE HOUSE, 1169 MISSION—
furnished ro oms, single or en suite, $1 to $3
per week; night 26c to $1; transient solicited. '
EVERETT, 55 SECOND — FAMILY ■ HOUBE,
thoroughly renovated; . new management; re-
spectable ; sunny ring ; reasnble. M.DALTON, prop.
99C FOURTH— FURNISHED FRONT; BUIT-
— — 1-> able for two; also housekeeping.
CAR GEARY— LARGE SUNNY ROOM SUIT-
\J\JO able for two gentlemen; also single room. :
K9l GOLDEN GATE AYE.— LARGE NICELY
\JjUX furnished sunny room; $10. ■. . ■ _
91 7 GRANT AYE.— LARGE rooms nice-
- . I. I ly furnished: gas; bath; hot and cold water.
AX HARRIET— LARGEThONNY ROOM FOR
-^12 gent: »5. -,/■ : ';-> J '--' -.■-.-■•' . ■.; . ■...,:, -. .:■... ;.
milE ORLANDO. «89 HOWARD ST.— SUNNY
'X bay-window suites; running water and gas; also
single rooms; reasonable; best of care. • „,. „i.>^
1 1 HOWARD — NICELY ■ FURNISHED
X^v/t/3 room for lor '£ gentlemen ; $7 a month.
1 1 9ft l HOWARD-$5 FOR A SINGLE ROOM
X J —O ; orstf for a double room. ... ;
f\T\A JESSIE - ST., . BET. SEVENTH AND
XJOrt Eighth— Large sunny front room; private
family. o- .: ■ ■•'.■ ■:•:"•'. ■. -'. :,. -
("'I PI JONES — SUNNY. FRONT • ROOMS,
\Jj-O nicely furnished; gentlemen preferred. .•: %
RLINGTON HOUSE, 127 KEARNY— PLEAS-
- ant sunny rooms, en suite and single; first class I
in every respect; terms reasonable. : >• - .- " -~ -r'- • r-\- •
Q9q lXrkin— front room with
bath and gas; rent slo.. „ ; -■:--■. . . . . * ■;
ROOMS TO LET— Continueil.
09 larki^^TlXrge su?cny front
*J*-i*J room; also single furnished rooms: terras
moderate. . KSBBf * ■
THE CRAGBURN, CORNER LARKIN AND
; Post streets— Nicely furnished sunny rooms, en
suite or single; first-class and reasonable. •
LEAVENWORTH — LARGE SUNNY
iJJL^i's rooms for one or two gentlemen or. small
family. .
1 LEAVENWORTH — LARGE SUNNY
i-\j^jO front unfurnished room to let.
VOSEMITE HOUSE, 1045 ..MARKET,. BET.
X Sixth and Seventh— Single and suites; . per
night, 35c to $1 ; week, $1 50 to $5; families.
Ift MARKET— LARGE SUNNY FRONT
XUOtt room; also single rooms; price reasonable.
('I Ql MCALLISTER— NEWLY FURNISHED
\JJiO*4 parlor suite; use of piano: bath; gas; cheap.
&.AQ MINNA — LARGE SUNNY ; FRONT
O^tO room ; also rooms for housekeeping. -
Of*rr MINNA, COR. EIGHTn-NICELY FUR-
UU I nished bay-window rooms ; ?1 week. •
9J. MINT AYE., NR. FIFTH ST.— NICELY
— 1 furnished sunny bay-window rooms; $8 and
$10 per month: slso other front rooms, cheap.
I*7 POLK ST."; NEAR MARKET— SUNNY
-1- 1 double or single rooms, night 25c; week $1 to
$3. -■ • .-•-:■..
907 POST — CHANGED HANDS; -" THOR-
--" 4 ouglily renovated; nicely furnished front
suites; also single room cheap; transient solicited
a specialty.
C 97 POST, BET. MASON AND TAYLOR—
Os-i I Neatly furnished rooms, terms very reason-
able, with use of kitchen.
POWELL., CORNER OF GEARY— TWO
-j-*O nice biggie front rooms suitable for offices.
CO SECON 1 1— DOUBLE BOOMS. WEEK, $1 50
__^to_3: U igle. $1 to $1 50: night. 20c to 50c.
1 Oft BE Y '/NTH — NICELY FURNISHED
•XOU front *■ inny single rooms: $4 and Bs month.
/"I RAND SOUTHERN. COB. SEVENTH AND
\X Mission— 'looms all light ; water, gas and electric
bells; elevati" runs from 7 a. m. to 12 p.m.: single,
50 cents; suii'. $1 day; $2 50 and $5 week up.
SIXTU— CHEAPEST IN CITY : DOUBLE
and si gle front nicely furnished rooms.
qq SIXTjI/ST., THE HILLSDAI.K-SUNNY
OO rooms; ''nglc and en suite; $1 to $1 50 a day.
"VTEW PYIiENEE HOUSE, 1314 STOCKTON
-Li st.— Sum'/ front rooms: suites or single: by
day, week or mouth. PH. MA YSOUNAVE, prop.
Q(\Q SUITER— ROOMS $1 50 A WEEK AND
Q\JO up; transient rooms a specialty. .
"I 99 TAYLOR — ELEGANTLY FURNISHED
sonny rooms; also housekeeping rooms.
013~7 THIltU— 2 UNFURNISHED HOUSE-
♦ )•-)! keepir.g rooms: $5 and $6.
"1 C VAN SUNNY FRONT SUITE;
■i-'-J also 3ingle rooms: elegantly furnished; reason-
able. 1
700 VAN NESS avenue— nicely FUR-
I OO nislic 1 sunny parlors, with piano.
J^UROPE" HOUSE, 1169 MISSION— NICELY
J furnisheii rooms, single or en suite: transients.
BOARDING AND ROOMS.
/*O/^ EDD ■•'— SUNNY"fRONTROOmK SUITES
U-.U and single: beat board; reasonable.
CHILDREN BOARDED. '
VIT ANTEI »^S^qSTcHDESBEH^BOMTTO^
'» years of to board in private respectable
family; good home; mother's care; good country
air. Apply m blacksmith-shop next to MARTIN
KELLY, Ocean View.
CHILDREN BOARDED— SHORT DISTANCE
\J in country; good home. Apply at office Brook-
lyn Hotel, from 9 to 12 a.m.
rp WO CHILDREN. TO BOARD, 4 TO 8; NICE
X home arid yard ; best of care. Inquire 409
Twenty-sixth st., corner Harrison.
"DESPISCTAHLB ELDERLY LADY WITH
XV sunny yard and home would like several chil-
dren to board: mother's care. 114 Jones st.
Tl r ANTED— A CHILD TO BOARD; VERY
*' desirable home. • Apply 614 Ellis si.
STORES TO LET.
stand for drug or grocery business. Apply W.
B. CLUFF, 17 Sixth St.
IfOUR-STOUY BRICK AND IKON BUILDING
3 and basement, 508 Sacramento st., containing
elevator, power, etc. : rent $80. Apply DAVID
STERN A SONS. 20 Montgomery st.
OFFICES TO LET.
91 7 GEARY-CHOICE OFFICE-ROOMS, OP-
—J_ I posite Union square; key 217 1 . a-
J^LEGANT OFFICES IN NEW SPRECKBLS
-i building, 923 Market: rents low; . no extra
charge for gas, janitor services or beating. Apply
at building or G. H.UMHSEX «fc CO., 14 Montg. St.
STABLE FOR SALE.
STABLE "oF~io '"ST A LLS^IX) 'LET.'^isr^A'sH
iivi 1 ., near Franklin St. : . , ■ . .
'; PIANOS. VIOLINS, ETC.
ARO~AINS~I X~N U W AND SD-H AND PIANOS:
X» Hazelton, Brown* Simpson, Mozart, etc. : bard-
limes prices; installments. EATON, 735 Market at.
LEGANT UPRIGHT PIANO, NEARLY
i-i new. at a bargain; Storage warehouse, 211
Larkin st. • . ■■ - .
ARGAIN— UPRIGHT PIANO, $80; WILL BE
sold at once. Room 21, Flood building.
SACRIFICE NOW BY OWNER— ELEGANT
upright piano, $180. Room 10. 809 Market st.
p EORGE F. WELLS, SOLE AGENT FOR THE
VX Matnushek pianos; sold on very easy Install-
ments; pianos rented. 1360 Market st.
A N EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY— PIANOS
-£*- sold upon a new rent-contract plan; please call
and have It explained .i c easiest terms ever
offered for procuring a fine piano: foil-size new up-
rights from $150 upward. SHERMAN, CLAY &
CO., corner Kearny and Sutter sts.
REAT BARGAINS IN SECOND-HAND PI-
VJT anos at SHERMAN, CLAY ik CO. 'S, cor. Kear-
ny and Sutter sts.
ASY TERMS; LOW PRICES. KOHLK?. &
CHASE. •
XTVE^V ELEGANT UPRIGHTS, STANDARD
-L makes, "almost new, half original cost; see at
once. F. W. SPENCER & CO., 721 Market st. .
BYRON MAUZY, 808 POST ST.— SOHMER,
Newby A Evans, Briggs and other pianos.
STEIN WAY UPRIGHT: SLIGHTLY USED-
grand tone; half-cost. SPENCER, 721 Market.'
OUPERIOR VIOLINS, ZITHERS, OLD<fcNEW
OH. MULLER. maker, repairer. 2 Latham place.
Cf(i(\ FRENCH UPRIGHT; $165 WEBER
«lpl/\J. upright square pianos from $50 upward,
easy terms. Fay's Piano Factory. 1729 Mission st.
'M. G. BADGER, WITH KOHLER CHASE"
___ 6, 28 and 30 O'Furrcll st.
HARP BY SEBASTIAN ERARD; DOUBLE
action and elegantly Unshed: Is found with
difficulty anywhere; » nice selection is at present
exhibited by SHERMAN, CLAY & CO.
STECK. CIIICKERING & SONS., VOSE AND
O Sterling pianos sold on $10 installments. BENJ.
CURTAZ & SON, sole agents, 16-20 O'Farrell st.
2 SECOND-HAND UPRIGHTS, WITH OUR
_ guarantee; $125 each. MAUVAIS.769 Market.
XT OMB INDUSTRY— & LONG PIANO
XX CO., 340 Post ; pianos ■ sold on installments:
send for illustrated catalogue.
BETTER AND EASIER PLAN TO BUY A
good piano by renting. Be careful to go to
KOHLER & CHASE'S, 28 and 30 O'Farrell st.
DECKER BROS., STEINWAY.FISCHER AND
other first-class makes of pianos: little used:
cheap >for cash or on easy terms. KOULER &
CHASE. 28 and 30 O'Farrt)H St.
. STORAGE
WILSON BIiOS^i7IOMARI?ET ST.— GXTOUX
»» rates and examine our method for storage of
furniture and all kinds Of household goods; dust
and vermin proof; separate rooms at low rates.
STORAGE; FURNITURE, PIANOS, MDBE;
advances. LIEBES S. W. CO., 906 Market, r. 4.
T7IURNITURE, PIANOS AND OTHER MER-
■JD chandise received on storage; money advanced
on consignments; fire-proof building. 410 Post st.,
S~ TOR AGE OF FURNITURE, PIANOS, HOUSE-
hoId goods, etc. J. M. PIERCE, 735 Market at.
FIRST-CLASS STORAGE : ADVANCES MADS
J 421-423 Market at. (HAS. L. TAYLOR.
•_■-';'.;- ' .. sheriff's; sales.^ . _~~
s^rlTf^s~sale^the hibernTa~~sav-
._ INGS AND LOAN SOCIETY, plaintiff, vs.
ANDREW FAY, et al., defendants. ,
• No. 40,653. Superior Court, Department No. 1.
Order of sale and decree of foreclosure. |
; . Under and by virtue of an order of sale and decree
of foreclosure, issued out of the Superior Court, De-
partment No. 1. of the City and County of San
Francisco. State of California, on the 13th day of
June, A. D. 1895. in the above-entitled action,
wherein the HIBERNIA savings and LOAN
SOCIETY, the above-named plaintiff, obtained a
judgment and decree of foreclosure against AN-
DREW FAY, MARY J. : FAY (his wife) and B.
STURMAN, defendants, on the 13th day of No-
vember, A. D. 1894. which said judgment and de-
cree was, on the 29th day of December, A. D. 1894,
recorded in Judgment Book 19 of said court, at
page 326, I am commanded to sell ail that certain
lot, piece or parcel of land, situate, lying and being
in the City and County of San Francisco, State of
California, and bounded and described as follows: .
Commencing at a point on the northerly line of
Twenty-fourth street, distant thereon one hun-
dred - and ' eighty (lbO) feet •, easterly from, the
easterly line of Castro street ; running thence east-
erly along said line of Twenty-fourth street fifty
(60) feet: r thence at right angles northerly one
hundred and fourteen (114) feet; thence at right
angles westerly, fifty (50) feet; thence at right
angles southerly one hundred and fourteen (114)
feet to the point of commencement. The same be-
ing laid down on the official map of the City and
County of San Francisco as part of Homer's Ad-
dition; block NO. 160. : . -
f Public notice is hereby given that on THURS-
DAY, the 11th day of July, , A. ; D. 1895. at 12
o'clock noon of that day, in front of the new City
Hall, Larkin-street wing, in the City and County of
San Francisco, 1 will, In obedience to said order of
sale and ■ decree ; of - foreclosure, ' sell the above-
described property, or so much thereof as may be
necessary to raise sufficient money to satisfy said
judgment, with Interest [ and I costs, etc., .to ' the
highest and best bidder, lor • lawful s money gold
coin of the United States.' : " ■ • ■-* ■'■-■■'
>>•■/•■■..-■ RICHARD I. WHELAN, Sheriff. 1
-San Francisco, June 19, 1895. '. :
'; TOBIN <fe TOBIN, Hibernla Bank building, At-
torneys for Plaintiff. ,-.;., ...
BL.— YOU ARE SO UNKIND; I COULD NOT
• stay at that time; I must see you before you go
away; 11 a. m. any day. C. K. . '._ .
TIT ANTED— TO GO THROUGH A COURSE OF
' .1 1 bookkeeping. OTTO MOHR, 1408 Mission st.
ADOPTION— NICE FAIR BABY BOY.
J MRS. M. E. ROGERS, 9^9 Howard st.
IMPORTANT TO TAILORS— IF YOU HAVE
X any misfits on hand you wish Ito . dispose of at
your figure send to 612 Clay, above Montgomery.
1 H f\f\ BTJBXNESSCABDS,fI.SO; BKK IF it t; E,
JLU \J\J city or country. HILL, 724y a Market st.
T A VERITE HAIR-DRESSING BAZAAR RE- (
-Li moved to Grant avo., Market and O'Farrellsts.
TTAIRDRESSING.2Sc.ANY STYLE; lst-CLASS
XX shampoo, 60c; Pioneer Hair Store. BERTHA
SPITZ, 111 Stockton st. ; strictly one price only.
MISS ARMSTRONG, GENUINE VAPOR AND
electric baths, $1. 121 Montgomery St., rra. 6.
pABINET, ELECTRIC, STEAM BATHS. 50c;
\J chronic and acute diseases treated, $5 a month
up; solar bath ?1; oxygen used, at DR. HARRI-
MAN'S Sanitarium, cor.Twelfth and Mission, 1531.
FINE SUITS, $15: DRESS PANTS, ft 75.
Mlstit Clothing Parlors, 513 Montgomery st.
!• A DVICE FREE— DIVORCE, PROBATE LAWS
A a specialty: suits, Superior, Justice, Police
Courts; terms reasonable: collections, etc. G. W.
HOWE, atsy-at-law, 850 Market cor. Stockton.
ICYCLE SUITS, LADIES* OR GENTS', TO
order; low prices. HUTT, Tailor, 212 Mason
street.
ffljlO SUITS TO ORDER; SAMPLE BY MAIL.
«USXZ( NEUHAUS. Merchant Tailor. 116 Kearny.
KfBW HIGH - GRADE BICYCLE ON THE
-L* coast; large stock; agents wanted In every
town; cyclerics. attention. Address Majestic Bi-
cycle Agency, 2120 Point Lobos aye., S. F.
R.J.MILTON BOWERS HAS RETURNED
and resumed practice at 113 Powell st.
AYE MONEY — LADIES, FOR A WELL-
made tailor suit, or line cape or jacket, visit the
St. Louis Wholesale Branch Store. 1152 Market St.
DRESSES OUT AND FITTED, S3; DRESSES
popular prices; engagements by day. 11 Geary.
HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR CAST-OFF
clothlns.books. novels. RAPHAEL, 247 -it li st.
TVTH ITEW ASHING MACHINE AND BRUSH
»» work; V 4 c yard: contracts taken. WAIN-
WRIGHT, 1460 Market: machines sold or hired.
SINGLE BOTTLE OF SMITHS DANDRUFF
Pomade is guaranteed to cure any case of dan-
druff or falling hair or money refunded: never
known to fail: try it. By all druggists price $1, or
SMITH_BROS.. Fresno, Cal.
QECOND-HAND AS WELL AS NEW BARS,
O showcases, counters, shelvings, mirrors, desks,
safes, chairs, scales, etc., and a very large stock of
them, too; be sure and see stock and get prices be-
lore going elsewhere. J. NOONAN, 1017-1019-
-1021-1023 Mission St.. above Sixth.
0-\ MORE CU'i —
Oak Roll Top Desks $14 to $33
Oak Chiffoniers ; From $10 up
Oak Bed Sets *17 50 up
Oilcloths and Linoleums 30c up
Stoves and Ranges if 3 up
Thousands of bargains. We keep everything.
Cash or time payments. J. NOONAN,
1017-1019-1021-1023 Mission st., above Sixth.
. HEADQUARTERS LONG DISTANCE TELE-'
XX phones, cheap; send for prices. Klein Electric
Works, 720 Montgomery st., San Francisco, Cal.
r\UIET PLACE FOR LADIES TO TRADE IN
QUIET PLACE FOR LADIES TO TRADE
stocks and grain; large money made on small
Investment. WHEELOCIC & CO., 318 Pine St., R 3.
LOAKH, capes and suits RETAILED AT
I mfrs' cost. Factory, 20 Sansome st-. upstairs.
INETOSCOPES FOB SALE; PHONOGRAPH
XV outfits bought for cash. Bacigalupi, 946 Mkt.
OIID BUILDINGS BOUGHT AND BOLD,
Btore-fixtures, doors, windows, lumber, pipe,
etc. ; cheap. Yard 1166 Mission st., nr. Eighth.
AS FIXTURES AND PLUMBING. «27
Golden Gate aye. H. HUFSCHMIDT. ■
OLD GOLD, SILVER, GENTS' AND LADIES
clothing bought. COLMAN, 41 Third st.
WINDOW SHADES MANUFACTURED TO
order by WILLIAM McPHUN. 1195 Market.
r LJKESS3IAKEIIS.
FASHIONABLE SUITS MADE, $3; SKIRTS
$1. 108 Fourth st.
TYLISH SUITS MADE, $3 UP: SKIRTS, $1
O up. 1053Mnrketst.
. LOST.
TOST— ON CARS FROM SACRAMENTO AND
1 Larkin sts. to South Park, lady'a gold watch
and chain; diamond ring and locket attached,
watch bearing monogram S. J. I. Finder will be
handsomely rewarded by returning to IRVINE
BROS., 570 Howard_st.
TOST— SUNDAY, JUNE 9, LADY'S GOLD
XJ watch chain and charm; liberal reward. Re-
turn to Call Office.
OST— PASS-BOOK WITH THE HIBERNIA
J Savings and Loan Society of San Francisco in
the name of ROBERT SHAAF, No. 1991375.
The finder will please return to bank.
OST— IN ISA I.liO, SUNDAY, JUNE 16,
lady's black belt with silver buckle; marked
A. S. M. Finder please return to DR. MAC-
DONALD, Sausalito, or Call Office and receive re-
ward. ...
SUITABLE REWARD : WHITE GREY.
hound with brindle spot on side of head.
Finder please return to BILLY MURPHY, Ocean
View. ■
OST— BAY MARE, WITH HARNESS, 1100
to 1200 lbs.; "S" on blinkers; reward. U. M.
SLATER, stockyards, Oakland. '■
OST— A PASSBOOK WITH the HIBERNIA
JU Savings and Loan Society of San Francisco, in
the name of MARTIN GALLAGHER, No. 198,-
-085. The finder will please return to bank.
OAKLAND ADVERTISEMENTS
OFFICE— BROADWAY.
OAKLAND REAL ESTATE.
fllji AA CASH AND SMALL MOXTHLYPAy"-
»IrXUU ments; fine modern ■ 5-room cottage: lot
40x100; good location; near city trains. HUGH
M. CAMERON, 479 Ninth St., Oakland.
IT UNEQUALED OFFER— A FINE 2-STORY
residence of 8 rooms, bath, large closets and
pantries, in first-class repair, on lot 32x116; well
located in the choicest residence portion of Oak-
land, near .Market St.; price only $4260, terms of
$250 and small monthly installments or otherwise
arranged;- a handsome home secured for its rent.
For further particulars see at once P. 11. JORDAN
& CO., 188 Crocker building, San Francisco.
ffl»"lQnA ONLY FOR 2% ACRES; FULL
*H)XGUU. bearing orchard in Fruitvale, LODGE
& POWELL, Fruitvale station. - -
OjQnnn GENUINE BARGAIN; MUST BE
tipOUUU. sold at once: 2-story 7-roora modern
home- complete; north side street, bet. Telegraph
aye. and Grove St.; ten minutes' walk to City Hall;
,erms to suit; call at once. A. H. BREED & CO.,
460 Ninth St., Oakland. »s •;:
CjO-nfk 2-STORY HOUSE; LOT 50x100:
ijpZiO\J\J. good neighborhood; centrally located;
must be sold: a bargain. Call or address A. K.
PERCIVAL. 1010 Broadway, Oakland."
<sizlX7Vn MUST BE SOLD; "LARGE HOUSE;
<Jptt«JUU. 10 rooms and bath: large barn ; plen-
ty of fruit and flowers: sunny side of street; lot 82
xl 60; well worth $7500: electric-cars one block:
aristocratic neighborhood: the best buy In Oak-
land to-day. GRAY «fc NAISMITH, 463 Ninth St.,
Oakland. ;
T OTS FROM $75 UPWARD. SNETSINGER &
XJ CARROLL, Fruitvale station.
IF YOU WANT a PRETTY home at your
X own price call and see Harmon's 5, 6 and 7 room
houses at Lorin station; will . take payment half
cash or by installments. E. D. HARMON, 1627
Woolsey st., Lorin station.
(Dj"| LOTS NEAR LOCAL TRAINS AND
tIpXUU. streetcars for sale on small weekly or
monthly installments: buy a home and save your
earnings. H. B. PINNEY', 002 Broadway, Oakland.
OAKLAND FURNITURE JTOB SALE.
FURNITURE AND CARPETS AT YOUrToWN
price. H. SCHELLHAAS.4OB Eleventh st.
OAKLAND ROOMS AND HOUSES.
HANDSOMELY FURNISHED HOUSE FOR
rent in Oakland for the summer; 7 rooms and
bath; splendid location; cheap to responsible par-
ties. Address J. H. W., 524 Twelfth st., Oakland.
LATS OF 4 AND 6 NICELY FURNISHED
rooms for housekeeping: also small houses from
$0 to $7; others, with bath, etc., $10 and $12;
five-room flats, lot, and cold water, rent $10 to
$12: all In East Oakland. Apply MRS. VIN-
CENT, 527 Park aye. ' ■
ALAHIiDA REAL ESTATE.
61Ts^al^^r^xc1la^ge^f7hT?;7tV1?rop1
X: erty. house 7 rooms, lot 75x150, In Alameda.
Address A. L., box 50, Call Office. •
NLY $20 PER FRONT FOOT: LOT 50x200;
choice location: street work done; stone walks;
exchanges made In city and coun*y real estate. -
To House, 8 rooms, near Chestnut station;
house, 10 rooms," near Morton station; both un-
furnished. ' * ■ :
T. F. BAIRD, 1303 Park St., Alameda. :
IF YOU WANT ~ ~~~ '■ '. :
X A GOOD, SUBSTANTIAL AND STYLISH
HOME „ iv .....
; ' CALL ON THE OLD BUILDING FIRM OP
A. R. DENKE, WEBSTER STREET.
ALAMEDA ■ ROO3IS AND HOUSES.
•TTiOR RENT— ONE YEAR OR LESS, -$75~
X. elegantly furnished 8-room house. Morton Sta-
tlon. 48 Market, r. 1. or 1625 Dayton ay., Alameda.
BERKELEY REAL. ESTATE.
r\WNER'IN TROUBLE: MUST SELL: A POSI-
.V/.tivo bargain; house of 7 rooms: lot 50x135-
-gunny side of street; want san offer. JOS. J.
MASON, Dwlglu way station, Berkeley. >
THE PRETTIEST, COTTAGE IN ALAMEDA
X County ; thoroughly well built; street work done:
sunny side of street; near the university, in an
orchard; at a bargain, v JOS. ;' J. ; MASON, Dwight
way station, Berkeley. -
t^or SALE-HOUSE 7 ROOMS, ALCOVE and
X but modern conveniences: lot 100x136. In-
quire in shoestore, Dwight way station, Berkeley.
LATEST SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.
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Arrived.
TUESDAY, June 18.
Schr Moro, Jorgensen, 21 hours from Westportj
bark, to J S Kimball.
Sailed.
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Stmr Bon it a, Doran, San Diego, etc.
■JJIAUIIIAGE LICENSES.
Licenses to marry were granted yesterday at
follows:
Peter Riddell and Lizzie Shevelin, 30—26.
William J. Byrne and Nora Cornyn, 26—20.
J. W. Gilkyson Jr. and H. W. Tennis, 20—18.
Frank Stern and Katie Ferre, 23—42.
P. F. Rogues Jr. and Anna T. Dewoody, 24—19,
R. B. T. Stegemann and Clara Peace, 38—22.
Octave C. Carnaud and Delia Marshall, 38—28.
DIVORCES GRANTED.
Marie Fabriosi from Michael Fabriosi, for Intem-
perance and neglect, by Judge Troutt. .. .
BIRTHS—DEATHS.
[Birth, marriage ana death notices sent by mall
will not be inserted. They must be handed in at
either of the publication ■ offices and be indorsed
with the name and residence or persons authorized
to have the same published. J
BORN.
ADLER—In this city. Juno 17, 1895, to the wife of
Hermann Adler, a daughter.
DE LAVEAGA—In this city, to the wife of. J. M.
. de Laveaga, a son.
GIFFORD—In this city, June 12, 1895, to the wife
t of W. C. Gifl'ord, a son.
HAMPTON—in this city, June 14, 1895, to the
wife of William Hampton, a son.
OSTERMAN—In San Jose, to the wife of William
Osterman, a daughter.
3IAKRIED.
ASPLUND—CALLEN—In this city, June 15,1895,
Arthur Asplund and Augusta Ca'llen.
BAIRD—ILS-in this city, June 5. 1895, by the
Rev. J. A. Emery, Charles W. Baird and Lena
lls, both of San Francisco.
MAACK—MOUR—In San Jose, September 30,
1894, Walter H. Maack and M. Dorothea Mohr,
i both of San Francisco. •
DIED.
Aubry, Catherine Lascy, Lydia B.
Alsenz, Jacob Moorhead, Robert
Boyd, James A. McGuirk. Thomas
Crowley, Annie Nelson, Mary F.
Callahan, Patrick Paschold, Carl
Donovan, George M. ■ Phelps.'Farweil
Fleming, Peter Quigley, Ann v.
Han Sarah M. Shobt-rg, Charles
Hoetzel, Louisa ■ Stafford. John
Kofod, Hans Peter . . Southwood, George
Kilroy, Mary A. C. Talty, Samuel
AUBRY—In this city, June 17, 1895, Catherine,
beloved wife of Francis O. Auljry. and mother of
Mrs. John B. Martin, Mrs. Charles P. Stanley,
Charles B. and Edmund E. Aubry. a native of
England, aged 74 years 11 months and 3 days.
Friends and acquaintances aye respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral TO-MORROW
(Thursday), at 1 o'clock P. M., from her late resi-
dence, 143 Chattanooga street, where services
will be held. Interment Cypress Lawa Ceme-
tery. ' ... '
ALSENZ—In this city. June 17. 1865. Jacob Al-
senz, a native of Germany, aged til years 6
months and 4 days.
BOYD—In this city, June 17. 1895,' James A.,
dearly beloved and only son of John and Mary J.
■ Boyd and brother of Mrs. Jennie A. Perry, a
native of San Francisco, aged 31 years 6 months
and 2 days.
Friends and .acquaintances are respest-
fully invited to attend the funeral THIS DAT
(Wednesday), at 2 o'clock p. m.. from the family
residence, 707 Hayes street. Interment Masonic
Cemetery.
CALLAHAN—In this city, June 17, 1895, Patrick,
beloved husband of Delia Callauan. and father of
John and Michael Callahan, a native of the parish.
of Buttervant. County Cork, Ireland, aged 62
years. I New York papers please copy.] .
£3" Friends and acquaintances «re respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Wednesday), at 9 o'clock a. m., from his late
residence. 1214 Broadway, thence to St. Bridget's
Church, where'a requiem high mass will ba
celebrated for the repose of his soul, commencing
at 9:30 o'clock a. m. Interment Holy Cross
Cemetery.
CROWLEY—In this city, Jnne 18. 1895. Annie,
beloved wife of James Crowley, a native of San
Francisco.
DONOVAN—In this city. June 17, 1895, George
Matthew, beloved son of George M. and Annie
Donovan, a native of San Francisco, aged 5
months and 17 days.
j)3~Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Wednesday), at 10 o'clock a. m.. iroxn the resi-
dence of his parents, 37 Madison avenue. Inter-
ment St. Mary's Cemetery, Oakland.
FLEMING—In this city. June 17, 1895, Peter
Fleming, a native of Scotland, aged 69 years.
HOETZEL—In Uoboken, N. J., Juno 6, 1895,'
Louisa Uoetzel, a native of Germany, aged 60
years and 5 months.
HANSELL—In this city, June 16, 1895, Sarah M.
Hansell (nee Parrott). beloved wife of William L.
Hansell, and mother of John 8., Sarah M. and
Bertha L. Hansell and Mrs. F. A. Schmitz, 3 na-
tive of Buffalo, N. V., aged 42 years and 8
months.
JKiPFriends and acanalntances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Wednesday), at 2 o'clock p. m., from berlate resi-
dence, 2924 Octavia street. Interment Laurel
Hill Cemetery.
I KOFOD—In this city, June 16, 1895. Hans Peter
Kofod. beloved brother of Mrs. P. Christian
ana Martin A. Kofod, a native of Bornholm, Den-
mark, aged 32 years and 3 months, a member of
the Grand Lodge of the Danish society Dania
and the Danish society Dania No. 2 aud Norden.
#3" ' Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral THIH DAY
(Wednesday), at 2 o'clock p. m., from St.
George's Hall. 909 Market street, under the
auspices of Dania No. 2. Remains at the parlors
of Peterson <fc Gantner, 8 and 10 City Hall
square. Interment I. O. O. F. Cemetery.
KILROY—In Santa Cruz, June 16, 1895, Mary
Agnes Carroll, dearly beloved daughter of Patrick;
and Mary Kilroy, and sister of John, Edward,
James, Thomas and William Kilroy, a native of
San Francisco, aged 27 years.
Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral TO-MORROW
(Thursday), at 10 o'clock a. m., from the par-
lors of Carew & English, 19 Van Ness avenue,
near Market.
I LASCY—In this city, June 16, 1895, Lydia B.
Lascy, a native of Michigan, aged 62 years 4,
■ months and 29 years.
MOORHEAD—In this city, June 16, 1895, Robert,
beloved son of Ann and the late James Moor-
head and brother of Jennie Moorhead, a native
of San Francisco, aged 23 years.
JK9~Frieuds and .acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
■ (Wednesday), at 10 o'clock a. m., from the par-
lors of Carew & English, 19 Van Ness avenue,
near Market street. Interment Mount Calvary
Cemetery. „ ..■ •.; ,■•,..;.,,
McGUIRK-In this city, June 17, 1895, Thomas,
beloved brother of Anne and Patrick McOuirk,
a native of Armagh, Ireland, aged 62 years. ■-
JBPF"Notice of funeral hereatter. Remains at the
parlors of McAvoy & Gallagher, 20 Fifth street.
NELSON—In this city, June 18,1895, Mary Fay.
dearly beloved daughter of Albert and Hattle
Nelson, a native of San Francisco, aged 1 year 6
months and 14 days. '
SSpFriends and ; acquaintances are resnecc-
fully Invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Wednesday), at 11:30 o'clock a. m., from the
residence of her parents, 99 Francisco street, near
Dupont. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.
PASCHOLD—In West Berkeley, June 18, 1895,
Carl, beloved father of Charles, Henry, Julius,
Pauline; and Mollie Paschold, a native of Ger-
many, aged 54 years 4 months and 2 days.
JSarFrienas ana, acquaintances are rfsnect-
■ fnlly Invited to attend the funeral TO-MORROW
(Thursday), at 2 o'clock p. m., from bis late
residence, corner of Sixth and Virginia streets.
West Berkeley. Funeral under the auspices of
West Berkeley Lodge No. 21, Hermanns Sons.
Interment Mountain View Cemetery. . ■ ...
PHELPS— this city, June 18,, 1895, Farwell,
youngest son of George T. and Isabelle K. Phelps,
aged 4 months and 14 days. : . . ' -
QUIGLEY—In this city.'June 17, 1895. Ann Qulg-
• ley, beloved mother of Mrs.' Ann Molloy, and
grandmother of Mrs. Connolly, Maggie, Mamie,
' Daniel, James and the late John W. Molloy, and
mother-in-law of the late Michael Molloy, a na-
tive of County Donegal, Ireland, aged 91 years.
[Jersey papers please copy. : - ■
aarFriends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Wednesday), at 8:30 o'clock a. m., from her late
residence, 239 Thirteenth street, thence to St.
-Joseph's. Church, . where a solemn requiem
mass will be celebrated for the repose of her soul,
commencing at 9 o'clock a. m. Interment Holy
Cross Cemetery.
STAFFORD—In Marin County. Cal., June 17,
1895. Joan Stafford, aged 37 years.
SHOBERG-In this city, June 17, 1895, Charles
■ Shoberg, aged 48 years. ; -
SOUTHWOOD—In Mayfield, Cal., June 16,1895,
" George Southwood, a native of England.; ■...-;:,-,:
TALTY—In Oakland. June 17,1895, Samuel Tally,
a native of New Brunswick, aged 39 years 1
month and 15 days. ■- • ■ ••: -•
I UNITED UNDERTAKERS' '""""' j
EMBALMING PARLORS. I
Everything Requisite for First-class uneraU |
.•'■ ;-' : it Reasonable Rates. ' • I i
Telephone 3167. 27 and 29 Fifth street, %„■
MCAVOY A CALLACHER,: i (
FUNERAL DIRECTORS & EMBALM ERS, j
■ SO Fifth St., Opp. Lincoln School.. . j
.Telephone 3080. .
LAUREL HILL ETERY
'V- .;\- ASSOCIATION. "
CHOICE LOCATIONS IN ANY PART OF THE
:\J grounds for sale and lots laid out on the Lawn
system or inclosed with low walls, as purchaser
may desire. ' , ,
Perpetual care of plats a specialty..
' Cemetery permanent. -*-3*i r^WßSjJaaSitaNSWigt^SS
: i For the purchase of lots or for any improvements
apply to the superintendent on the grounds, Cen-
tral avenue and Bush St., San Francisco, CaL ■ I
Cypress LAWN cemetery. i
SANMATEO COUNTY; HON-SECTARIAIf ?
J. laid oat on the lawn plan; perpetual care: bean>
tifal, permanent and easy of access;. see It be (or*
buyiuf a burial place elsewhere. '.'-.■
1 /.--. cut Office. 9 city Hall'.ATaaua* l
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