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CITY/ REAL' ESTATE. ' .
7 boKATTEqjs' ~ m^tbfTsoltl
ON POLSOM BOULEVARD.
ONLY S2lOO. ; A GREAT BARGAIN.
A fine lot on . .line of Folsom st., near 14th;
size 2oxlJ2:o; tolsom St. at the present time is
attracting a pood deal of attention, and this prop-
erty will double in value; compare the price of
this lot with others in the neighborhood; it Is at
least $500 cheaper.
EASTON, ELDRIDGE * CO..
- . 638 Market st.
MUST BE SOLI) " ~~ "
TO CLOSE UP AX ESTATE.
COST OVER $6500.
A handsome 2-story bay-window house of 8
rooms and bath; on 20th st.. near Castro; magnifi-
cent panoramic view of the city; price $4000:
may take less; make offer.
EASTON, ELDRIDGS & CO.,
* 638 Market st.
1000 DOWNT O W^ INVESTMENT. .
■- t THREE-STORY HOUSE AND LOT.
Prospect place, near California and Stockton.
Can be rented to pay big. A snap. Must be sold
within week.
EASTOX, ELDRIDGE A CO.,
638 Market st.
$5000. A PKETTY HO *
- AMID SUNSHINE AND FLOWERS.
AT A SACRIFICE.
Baker st,, near California, cottage of 7 rooms and
bath, in good condition. Lot 25x106:3 ft. Owner
must leave city and has reduced price from $6000
in order to effect immediate sale.
EASTON. ELDRIDGE & CO.,
638 Market st.
T~~~HREE FINE FLATS. ~
1 CHOICE LOCATION.
ALWAYS RENTED.
.$6500. On sunny side of Grove St., near Bu-
chanan: new plumbing and house in good condition;
rents $63 per month.
EASTON, ELDRIDGE & CO..
638 Market st.
A SURE SPECULATION.
•I V ,NO CHANCE TO LOSE.
SEE FOR YOURSELF.
$2400— Being only $200 each for 12 fine lots (In-
cluding corner) in the Excelsior Homestead; rea<ly
to build upon and only one block from line of Mls-
BtOC-sU electric cars; size 25x100 each: must be
sold as a whole: can be easily resold at a large ad-
vance by subdividing.
EASTON, ELDRIDGE & CO.,
638 Market st,
A GOOD BUY.
SEE IT AND BE CONVINCED.
ONLY $4750.
A handsome 2-story bay-window house of 8 rooms
. and bath on N. side of California st., near Baker.
The owner, who resides in the East, has chosen the
shortest method of selling this property "by reduc-
ing the price to this low figure. " *
EASTON, ELDRIDGE A CO.,
638 Market st. *
CHOICE RESIDENCE. HANDY TO TOWN.
NOE ST., NEAR FOURTEENTH.
$5500 ONLY. ONLY $5500.
Handsome 2-story bay-window residence of 8
rooms and bath; built 4 years; In first-class condi-
tion; large lot, 30x162: note the depth.
EASTON, ELDRIDGE A CO.,
638 Market st.
WESTERN ADDITION FLATS. ~
'» MODERN AND WELL BUILT.
$5100— Baker St., nr. Geary: 2 flats, 4 and 5
rooms and bath: never vacant: rents $500 per
annum. EASTON, ELDRIDGE A CO.. '
638 Market st.
DO YOU WANT TO BUILD? '
DO YOU WANT TO SPECULATE?
IF SO, CALL AND SEE US.
We have an exceedingly choice selection of bar-
gains in unimproved properties, suitable for all
purposes and at all prices. It will you to see us be- 1
fore buying. EASTON, ELDRIDGE A CO.,
638 Market it.
< I^\C\ LOT -s*loo FT.: READY TO BUILD
t?>~±O\J. on: within 2 blocks of 2 car lines;
terms, $100 cash, balance on long time.
$2800— Income $10 a month; 4 flats on Harrison
St.. m ar Tenth.
A. M. SPECK A CO., 602 Market St.. under
Crocker building.
T OUIS SCHLOSS. '
Rooms 24 and 25, Crocker Building,' S. F.
REAL ESTATE!
REAL ESTATE!
REAL ESTATE!
TF YOU HAVE MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL
-L estate I can place it for you; everybody wants
monev.
MONEY! MONEY!
money: MONEY!
money: money!
QIC Ann FOR A FINE PIECE OF IN-
%p iO.UUU come property on Channel st.
< i(\{\ MISSION LOTS ON THE INSTALL-
<Jp-±'JU. ment plan.
Q>XAA MISSION LOTS OX THE INSTALL-
<t^O\J\J. ment plan.
flftOPl f\(\(\ A SNAP; 55 FEET OX MISSION*
. *)ft.\JVf\J. street: a choice piece for manu-
facturing of acy kind. \
LOUIS SCHLOSS,
Rooms 24 and 25, Crocker Bnfldlnsr, 8 F.
Ql-7X' C.IF-FmapNO. 3: 32:8x70: LOT NO.
•.. 1 I O. 621, W. side North ave., near Henrietta
St. CHAB. FISHES 507 California.
QO7-, A W CHEAP; WORTH DOUBLE ;
'^•>i '*• lot 27x100: Beinis, near Castro: block
from electric cars. J. ROCHE, P. O. box 1876.
BUILDERS. LOOK AT THIS — 8 LOTS (1 A
corner) $600 to $900 each; electric track laid:
etreot work done; Army st.. near Cogswell College,
J.-F. PLUMBK, Agent," 1402 Valencia st.
OT 25x137 ON~TURK ST. FOR $1000. PHIL-
JL< BRICK & METCALF, 2548 Folsom st.
"prOW JS THE TIME 'iO BUILD, WHILE
J-> materials are cheap. Will build anything,
anywhere; cash or easy monthly installments,
plans included. O. W. FoRSYTH, 640 Market st.
C-7" COTTAGE: 3 ROOMS; IN EERKE~
V I :)\J. ley; lot 40x120: $15 monthly.
$200— Half an acre, near university; steep and
cheap.
Other houses and lots all over town.
CHAS. A . BAILEY, 46 Market St., or Berkeley
station, Berkeley.
C-9JAA HANDSOME COTTAGE ON SI IT 1 1
i'"». st., near Hampshire: 5 rooms, bath;
$250 cash: balance easy installments. Particulars
621 Sixth st.
A WEEK'S SEWS FOR 5 CENTS—
Ji\. WEEKLY CALL, in wrapper, for mailing.
U£I>ICAX<
PROCESS-NO MEDICINE, INSTRU-
ments or worthless pills n3ed; every woman
her own physician for all female troubles; no mat-
ter from what came; restores always in one day;
If you want .to be treated safe and sure call on men's
physician ;knowledge can be senUfcusedat homejall
caaeg 'guaranteed, v DR. POPPER, 318 Kearny st.
A SURE AND SATE CURB FOR ALL I- K-
JA. male diseases; ladles may have Uifi benefit of
the still and attention of a physician of long and
successful practice: a home In confinement with
best possible care, with the privacy of a home and
the convenience of a hospital; those who are sick
or discouraged should call on the doctor and state
their case, they will find In her a true friend; all
consultation free and absolutely confidential; a
positive cure for the liquor, morphine and tobacco
habit; every case guaranteed without injury to
health. . MRS. DR. GWYER, 226 Turk st., bet.
Jones and Ijeavenworth.
MRS. AD. ZILLMER, LADIES' PHYSICIAN
takes confinements in her house. 1061 Mission.
~Tll FEMALE IRREGULARITIES KE-
-\. stored In one day; no Instruments: French
remedies guaranteed at any time; consult free.
MRS. DR. WYETH, 916 Post st., near Larklu.
'pTiEUMATfSM, NEURALGIA, GOUT— SPE-
1 1 cial attention to these diseases. J. A. McDON-
ALD, M.D., 1236 Market St., 2 to 4, 7 to 8 p. m.
T A DIES— BEFORE SEEING A DOCTOR
J-J consult MRS. EMARY, 1118 Market St., r. 6.
A LPEAI '8 FRENCH PILLS, A BOON TO
XV ladies troubled with irregularities: no danger;
safe and sure: $2 50 express C. O. D. don't delay
until too late. OSGOOD BROS., Oakland. Cal.
D U-PRAE'S FEMALE REGULATING PILLS;
sale and efficient emmenagogue; $1 per box.
RICHARDS & CO., druggists. 406 Clay, sole agta.
ALL LADIEB CONSULT FREE MRS. DR.
DA VIES, 14 McAllister St.. near Market;
leads all competitors: only qualified, trusty spe-
cialist for safe, quick relief of irregularities, no
matter what cause: treatment scientific, harmless
and painless; never fails; home in confinement.
DR. BICORD'S PILLS; EXPRESS 92 50: SAFE,
sure, reliable: P.lcord's specialties, females.
Maison et Cie, Agts. ROOT'S, Sixth and Howard.
DAUDET'B APHRO TABLETS— GREAT
modern remedy for the cure of neurasthenia,
Irnpctency, and all disorders of the sexual organs:
$1 a box; 6 boxes $5; send for circular. J. 11.
v. IDBER, cor. Market and Third, sole agent.
A LADIES IN TROUBLE CONSULT THE
only reliable specialist in San Francisco; in-
trant relief: $500 paid for any case I cannot cure;
board; skillful attention daring confinement; spe-
cial attention to diseases of the eve; advice free;
confidential. MRS. DR. SCOTT, l'lOVi Turk st.
M s*' I'i.. WEGENER, PRIVATE HOME
Jtx ior all female diseases; separate homes for la-
ai«-8 before and during confinement; have enlarged
and arranged my home to 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
confidential; babies adopted. 419 Eddy st.
D|K. AND MRS. DR. HCHMIDr. FORMERLY
,of 1 1 1 1/: i Mission. nowlsoB Market Bt.7mom£
7 irregularities cured in a few hours; guaranteed-
no instruments used : sure preventive. ~"=*~.
DR. a. II i.KWEU, OFFICEI39 POST ST • DIS^
eases of women and consultation In pregnancy.
DR. HALL, 14 MCALLISTER, SECOND FLOOR.
uext Hlbernla Bank: diseases of women. * •
"PRIVATE HOME IN CONFINEMENT- OKA.
A man midwife. MRS. POWELL, 1310 Mission.
VICK PRIVATE HOME IN CONFINEMENT
m , al th mo '' t reasonable price in the city. MRs
M. I'KEIFFEK, midwife, 2014 Folsom st.
1 F IRREGULAR Oil ANY FEMALE DISEASE"
■i^Bee Mrs. Dr. Pnetz and be content. 264i/ 4th.
CHEAPEST AND BEST IN AMERICA-THR
,V. ":'<W CALL, sent to any address in the
ire ateS or Canada one year for $1 50, post-
_^ physicians.
AHOME, AFIU^NIrrAN r : HER 7^CARE'
MRS. UK. FUNK.E, 1416 Eighth St., Alameda^
5 COUNTKY HEAL ESTATE.
T OUIS SCHLOSS.
Rooms 24 and 25, Crocker building. • . ;.'
The best and cheapest stock ranch In the State
for, sale on. easy terms; plenty of water and feed
the year round: 80 miles from San Francisco and
only 6 miles from railroad. If you mean business,
call at once and get all particulars.
\ - LOUIS SCHLOSS.
Rooms 24 and 25, Crocker building, "
■ San Francisco. ■
SANTA CLARA COUNTY PROPERTY TO
exchange for city properly; only unlncumbered
property wanted.
LOUIS SCI I LOSS, '
Rooms 24 and 26, Crocker building, S. F. .
I?OR,SALE OR TRADE— NICE HOME IN
' Napa; 2 adtes of nice land, with plenty of fruit:
price $4000. PHILBRICK A METCALF, 2548
Folsom st.
OUSE, STABLE AND 2 LOTS; FRUIT OF
all kinds; close to P. O. in Napa: cheap: $3500
cash. PHILBRICKAMETCALF,2S4BFoIsomst.
UMMKR RESORT, WITH 80 ACRES LAND!
3 miles from Santa Cruz; fine house; 16 rooms;
furnished first-class: stock and vehicles; $7500, or
trade for city property. 1061 Mission st.
FFER WANTED— FOR SALE. 640 ACRES
good farming land, all level, within a mile of
Amedee, Lassen Co., Cal. ; N. C. and O. R. R. is
crossing the land. Address A. S., box 41, Call
Branch Office.
OA FIRST PRIZES— FOR THE PURPOSE OF
v»» drawing attention to the Valley Railroad we
offer the following prizes: We will allow 64 people
to take 10 acres of land each, 25 miles this side of
Fresno, at the nominal price of $150 for 10 acres;
payable $10 cash, $10 per month without interest.
This is level prairie land, and the railroad runs
through the tract; cheap at $500. Call or write
Immediately, a3 no more will be offered. WEST-
ERN LAND COMPANY, 640 Market st.
rTIHIS WILL interest YOU.
X Our colony is now established; already 25
families have decided to make their homes with
us. We are determined to develop a community
of homes that will be self-sustaining, attractive,
pleasant and profitable. We own this tract of
land, In fact it has been our home for, over 30
years, and we know from experience that the soil
is well adapted to the successful growth of. every
variety of fruit, grain and vegetables that are
grown In the State of California.
We have now 1000 acres in alfalfa, from which
we cut three and four crops per annum, and that,
too. without irrigation. We claim that we can
offer more to the man who really wants a home
than has ever yet been offered or that Is likely
. ever to be offered again. The man who provides a
home that is self-sustaining, attractive, pleasant
1 and profitable for his family enjoys a sens" of in-
dependence and proprietorship that is simply im-
possible in any other business and is especially
impossible for the man who works on a salary and
is subject to the fluctuations of business or the
whim of his employer. We ask your investigation
of our offer.
Address New England Colony of California,
;'-.:■:_;: Room 10, Mills building.
OR 4 LOVELY BROOKSIDE HOMES, NEAR
town. A. M. DEXXETTE, Glen EUen, Cal.
A N EviUAL SHOW FOR ALL: STRAIGHT
■I V fair and square deal; an Investment offered
that is Lonest: own your own home and be inde-
pendent: try it and you will find that we advise
you 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
lot 100x150: land suitable for all kinds of fruit,
berries or grain ; needs no Irrigation; climate un-
surpassed anywhere in Calif fornla: 168 miles north
of San Francisco and only 20 miles from county
seat of county, and 6 miles from nearest railroad
town; fare, round trip, $9. For investments and
Information address or call on the H. M. BENSON
CO., »02 Broadway, Oakland.
ARIN COUNTY— SOOO ACRES 26 MILES
-IVI from San Francisco.
RANCHO DE NOVATO.
Tracts of any size desired ; fruit, grata and veere- ■
table land; no irrigation; • both rail and water
transportation; $40 to $75 per acre; easy terms,
town of Novato; graded school, hotels and stores
on the property; send for circular.
Dairy for sale with or without cows
SYNDICATE INVESTMENT COMPANY, 64
and 65. Chronicle buildiue.
TF YOU WANT A RANCH FOR GRAZING
X purposes or an orchard already improved, where
only small cash outlay is required, balance payable
in 6 or 7 vears. apply 326 Montgomery St.. S. F.
PIANOS. VIOLINS, ETC.
: DA^G7issm*EWAXD2rT-HA.\D PIANOS;
-O Hazelton, Brown & Simpson, Mozart, etc.: hard-
times prices; installments. EATON, 735 Market sb
X A GOOD ROSEWOOD PIANO FOR SALE
"tJptJ". on five Installments. 221 Leavenworth.
\TICE UPRIGHT PIANO FOR PRACTICE;
XX price, $80; must be sold immediately. Room
12, 809 Market st. .
QJKA UPRIGHT, GOOD AS NEW; LADY
itiV. breaking up home and offprs at great
sacrifice for cash. Room 10, Flood building.
F~INE UPRIGHT PIANO, MUST BE SOLD.
935 Market St., room 7.
t] PRIOHTS— WEBER, $215; SOHMER, $225.
U . L . 1 N 40 O'Farrell st.
EORGE F. WELLS, SOLE AGENT FOR THE
VX MatbUBbek pianos; sold on very easy install-
ments: pianos rented. 1360 Market st.
N EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY— PIANOS
JA. sold upnn a new rent-contract plan; please call
and have it explained . he easiest terms ever
offered for procuring a fine piano: full-gize new up-
rights trom $150 upward. SHERMAN, CLAY <£;
CO., corner Kearny and Sntter sts.
GREAT BARGAINS IN SECOND-HAND Pl-
linos at SHERMAN, CLAY <fc CO. cor. Kear-
ny and Slitter sts.
};ASY TERMS: LOW PRICES. KuHLF.K A
Xli CHASE. ■
171 EW ELEGANT UPRIGHTS, STANDARD
. makes, almost new, half original cost; see at
once. F. W. SPENCER <!t CO., 721 Market st.
BYRON MAUZY, 308 POST ST.— SOHKXB,
Newby A Evans, Brigs* and other pianos.
TEINWAY UPRIGHT: SLIGHTLY USED-
O grand tone; half-cost. SPENCER, 721 Market
Q UPERIOR violins, zithers, OLD A NEW
O H. MILLER, maker, repairer. 2 Latham place.
"IVTM. G. BADGER, WITH KOHLER A CHASE
>> 26, 28 and 30 O'Farrell st.
Ha BY SEBASTIAN ERAKD; double
action and elegantly flnsbed; Is found with
difficulty anywhere: a nice selection is at present
exhibited by SHERMAN, CLAY i CO.
TECK. (MUCKERING A SONS., VOSE AND
Sterling pianos sold on $10 Installments. BENJ.
CURTAZ A SON, sole agents. 16-20 o*Farreß st.
9 SECOND-HAND UPRIGHTS, WITH OUR
— guarantee; $125 each. MAUVAIB.7W Market.
TTOME INDUSTRY— HEMME& LONG PIANO
HOME 340 Post; pianos A LONG PIANO
CO., H4O Post; pianos sold on installment;
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.
T"\ECKER BROS., STEIN WAY, FISCHER AND
\J other first-class makes of pianos: little used;
cheap for cash or on easy terms. KOHLEB A,
CHASE. 28 and 30 O'Fanvll st.
~~~~ MONEY xo loajs. ~
n" furniture and pianos, WITHOUT
removal. Rm 68, Donohoe bldg, 1170 Market.
MONEY TO LOAN: NO COMMISSION; COME
to the loaner direct for money on your pianos
and furniture. 418 Ellis, room 22.
ANY AMOUNT OF MONEY TO LOAN ON
watches, diamonds, seaJsitins, pianos, pictures,
bronzes, clocks, real estate and all kinds of securi-
ties. Columbia Loan and Collateral Office, 9 Grant
ave., 3 doors from Market st.
TRICTLY PRIVATE LOAN. OFFICES. 850
C5 Market St., cor. Stockton, rooms 17 and 18, first
floor: established 30 years; always open. "Uncle
Bill."
T OANS ON REAL ESTATE, IST AND 2ND
JLi mortgages, furniture or pianos without re-
moval ; lowest rates.' BECKER, 240 Montgomery.
IT R. LOAN OFFICE; 777 MARKET ST., NR.
y-> • Fourth; money on everything; private rooms,
ladies. ' ■ •
BORROW MONEY OX YOUR DIAMONDS,
Jewelry, furniture and pianos without removal;
lowest rates. Call or write to HARRY ANKEL A
CO., Mills bldg, sth floor, r 6; strictly confidential.
A F.JOHNS & CO., FINANCIAL AGENTS,
_r\_. 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' i : g plant placed at low rates.
MONEY AT «X: IST AND 2D MORTGAGES,
estates, pianos. MURPHY, 628 Market st.
I ST AND 2ND MORTGAGES, • LIFE INSUR-
X ance policies, bank books. GOULD, 633 Market.
ON ANY SECURITY. AT LO\V RATES; DEAL-
ing confidential. 43 Crocker building.
MUNICIPAL LOAN OFFICE, CROCKER
building, room 57; telephone Main 6122.
ANY SUM OF MONEY ADVANCED ON
JA. your furniture, pianos or real estate; low rates;
call and state your proportion or write: open
evenings. J. XOONAN, 1021 Mission st. ;-.-. : "•
MONEY LOANED ON JEWELRY ANDOTH.ER
valuables at the Security Loan Bank, 1106
Market st. nr. Mason: private entrance 7 Turk.
WJiAKCIAI..*
CAPITALISTS, TAKE NOTICE— WE HAVE A
\J fine piece of business property In Oakland, well
rentea, paying 6 per cent net on $135,000: can be
bought for $125,000; 3150,000 was refused for it
four years ago; none but those desiring business
property neea apply and a bargain will be offered
that can seldom be secured. Apply to EDWIN K.
ALSIP & CO., 9 Rotunda, Mills building, S. F.
ANTED-$4006 ; GOOiTreaL EST ATIf S E-
»» curity ; interest paid monthly; only party hav-
ing money need apply. T. K. ANDERSON, 463
Ninth St., Oakland. .
ANTED— LOAN $600» AT 6 PER CENT ON
good city property. ' L., box 115. Call Office.
MONEY WANTED TO LOAN ON REAL-
estate security, mortage bonds, etc., in sums
from £500 to $2500; securities first class; interest
from 1 to 2 per cent per month. - If you have small
amounts to loan call and see us; we can place the
same to good advantage ; for you. • M. J. LAY-
M ANCE A CO., real-estate agents and land auc-
tioneers, 466 Eighth St., Oakland, Cal.
THE BAN FRANCISCO CALL, TUESDAY, JULY 9, 1895.
HOUSES TO LET.
oIJsE~oTT^o7)MsTsTABLE, YARD, ETC.
14 Decatnr, off Bth, bet. Bryant and Brannan.
Iri 9 TAYLOR— IO SUNNY ROOMS; LARGE
XOX~j yard and garden; fine marine view. ;
T6 X MINNA. BET. FIFTH AND SIXTH—
*±OtJ 5 rooms with every modern improvement.
1 A 7 VALENCIA ST.-6 ROOMS AND BATH,
±T:I very cheap; yard; water free; rent $10.
Apply at premises. ' ' :
71 Ql GROVE — COTTAGE OF i ROOMS;
I -LO3 large basement and yard,
9 Q TWENTY-THIRD. NEAR HAMPSHIRE—
■<£O Modern house; 6 rooms; bath: yard; rentslB.
AAQ LEAVENWORTH — HOUSE, 9 ROOMS
zt\JU and bath. Inquire on premises. .
Cj IX. PACIFIC HEIGHTS HOUSE; B ROOMS
»i? i O. with every convenience and marine view.
1733 Broadway, near Cough at. ■
UNNY HOUSE— 530 EDDY, NEAR LARKLN;
9 rooms; bath; rent $30; water free.
T A TEST STYLES IN HOUSES TO RENT AT
\j BALDWIN & HAMMOND'S, 10 Montgomery.
Tsa post, OPPOSITE FIRST CONGREGA-
■±tJV/ tional Church— Good location for doctor or
dentist: low rent to a good tenant. Apply to G. H.
V M P. "EN A CO.. 14 Montgomery st.
FUIINISHEI> HO USES.
l^ ur^bh^d~^ot^eT¥^oom^TTateTy
X 1 renovated; furnace; electric lighting: best lo-
cality: one year's lease; references. Address E.,
box 27, this office. ._
POTTAGE WITH LARGE GARDEN; SEVEN-
\J teenth st., nr. Valencia. BALDWIN & HAM-
MOM). 10 Montgomery St.
COTTAUES TO LET.
pOTTA7TET'F^66iriTI^^pI?LY"3B"viC-
V tor st., bet. Seventh and Eighth, off Bryant.
© l C ~ NEAT COTTAGE: 6 BOOMS; BATH;
«jplc>. cellar: yard. 1127 Twentieth st.
C COTTAGE 5 ROOMS; « BATH: LAUNDRY;
v^ chicken-yard; fine marine view; all modern
Improvements; Green St., bet. Octavia and La-
guna. Inquire 2619 Octavia St., near Green.
flat*? to let.
<^97~NE\V MIDIiLEBAY^WIXDOW FLAT;
t£)*Li 1.8 rooms; bath; 2 entrances. 911 Fol-
som, near Fifth.
5 SUNNY ROOMS AND BATH: CHEAP TO
American family. 20 Albion ave., off Fifteenth
St., bet. Valencia and Guerrero. *_i_
EAUTIFUL FLAT; 8 ROOMS AND BATH;
JP cheap. 1505 Geary st. . .
C?-|9 SUNNY FLAT; 5 ROOMS; NO CHlL-
tjp XZi. dren. 1723 San Carlos are. '.
01; 1 9 NICE CLEAN BUN NY. LOWER FLAT,
i&Xju, 3 rooms and yard, very neat; good neigh-
borhood ; 720% Ivy ave., nr. Hayes and Buchanan.
©99 CA V2 -° SACRAMENTO— 7 ROOMS:
rs)Zi~j.tJ\j , gas; bath: line view. -
1 Q998 BUSH-HANDSOME NEW UPPER
1 •'— _ flat; 8 modern rooms and bath; cheap
rent: kev at 1922. Apply to CENTER* SPADER,
House Renters and Rent Collectors, 30 Mont-
gomery st. ' __^
ODERN AND SUNNY 5 AND . 7 ROOM
flats: one month free to good tenants. SPECK
6 CO., 602 Market St., under Crocker building.
PPER FLAT, 4 ROOMS. 29 ZOE, BET.
Bryant and Brannan, near Third. j
3 LARGE ROOMS; YARD. 109 THlR-
f|p-LO. teenth st., above Valencia.
U~ PPER FLAT, 4 LARGE, SUNNY ROOMS;
gas: bath; window. 725 Minna st.
LAT 4 ROOMS AND BATH, $19; FLAT 5
rooms and bath, $15. 17 Wlldeyst.; inquire
upstairs. )
9 NICE TENEMENTS, 3 ROOMS EACH. 11
£ Clara st.. between Third and Fourth.
17> LAT 4 BOOMS; RENT LOW TO GOOD TEN-
- ant. 1209 Devlßadero st. . :
*/>9l Q WEBSTER-SUNNY UPPER FLAT!
— — i-O bath; linen; china; piano, etc. j
7A.7 HYDE— MODERN FLAT, 8 ROOMS; 2
IUI floors; suitable for 2 families.
"I AA 7 OA K— U PPER FLAT OF 6 ROOMS
XXJVJ I and bath; basement: $19.
Q.IA SUNNY UPPER FLAT. 3 ROOMS. 39
tipi". Dore, near Harrison and Ninth.
ATICE SUNNY FLAT.S ROOMS, BATH; $16.
■1> 1912 Larkln. .
I A GROVE, NEAR city HALL— elegant
X\J flat. 5 rooms and bath.
Son FLAT: FINE HOUSE, FEW BLOCKS
tIT^-V». from Kearny st.; cheap. 409 O'Farrell st.
C- 9^. FINE UPPER FLAT 6 ROOMS, HATH.
tIT^U. 762a Folsom st.
T ATEST STYLES IN FLATS TO RENT AT
JJ BALDWIN & HAMMOND'S. 10 Montgomery.
HOUSEKEEPING buoh*.
7 I^^ATI^ORNIX^^URNTsIiED^^OU^E^
1 Jl*j keeping rooms complete : stove; $2 per week.
"I />] A CLAY— 3 FURNISHED ROOMS AND
JLU X\J bath for light housekeeping.
».) j >> ELLIS— LARGE FRONT PARLORS. ES-
-010 tablished as physician's office; also house-
keeping rooms. ... . .• „
'ci'A. folsom— furnished AND unfur-
Ul"Xnislied housekeeping rooms; also single
rooms; cheap. ;
/' /• FOLSOM— FURNISHED. UNFURN.. SIX-
U'xU gle, housekeeping rooms: large grounds.
Dm GARDEN— CHEAP LOWER FLAT OF 4
O\J rooms: fine yard: near Bryant, off Sixth.
7QI HARRISON — LARGE BUNNY FUR-
• Oi. nished front room; housekeeping; bath;
private: $8.
1 Qf^A HOWARD, COR. TENTH— B SUNNY
i-Oc)"± furnished housekeeping rooms; range;
bath; $3. .
9QOQ HOWARD — 2 FURNISHED ROOMS
£dVOV for houselieepins, with range; $12.
AH(* JESSIE— 2 OR 3 FRONT ROOMS, FUR-
tt I U nishfd for housekeeping. •„
(*1 O LARKIN-NEATLY FURNISHED SUN-
«J-1-O ny rooms, with kitchen; complete for house-
keeping.
- 1 . 1 : a V I WOKTH — SUNNY CORNER
fJ\JX room and front room and kitchen.
91 111 o > ST..PARK PANHANDLE— BEAU-
')II tlful sunny unfurnished rooms.
OAQQ MARKET — 2 OR 3 HANDSOMELY.
4*\JUO furnished sunny rooms for housekeeping.
9QI MINNA — 2 SUNNY HOUSEKEEPING
— OX rooms, complete; double, single; cheap.
C(' I MISSION, Mi. SECOND-LARGE FRONT
tjyjX room and kitchen, furnished; rent $12.
97 OAK — FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING
— I and others. • ■ • :.
9991 O'FARRELL — THREE HOUSEKEEP
<-■*-■—'* ing rooms complete or furnished flat. •
ft] Q O^FARRELL — TWO CONNECTING
Ui-O rooms for housekeeping, one tingle.
1 Oft A FINE— 3 SMA^L ROOMS; FURNISHED
XO\J'± for housekeeping: gas range: $10.
A/JO SECOND — SUNNY HOUSEKEEPING
'— — rooms: other rooms from $4 upward; bath.
9] /'I MX Ml NICELY FURNISHED FRONT
+-iX\J'2 rooms with kitchen; rent reasonable.
1 Ifk'-l STOCKTON— 2 CONNECTING ROOMS
X 4 ''•) furnished complete for housekeeping.
1 I O TENTH- SEVERAL LOVELY HOUHE-
JL-LOkeoplng; use parlor, piano; private family.
MO THIRD — SUNNY HOUSEKEEPING
_ O rooms, complete; front; Ist floor; bath; gas.
JC«9P: THIRD-SUNNY FRONT SUITE FUR-
UjljO nished complete for housekeeping.
Q99 THIRD — LARGE SUNNY FRONT
*j£i£i rooms; suitable for housekeeping; $10.
C%A TWELFTH, BETWEEN MISSION AND
£i~~t Howard— 3 unfurnished rooms for housekeep-
lng.
BOOMs TO LETT
79^RADY^ O^F^TAltK^T^^^nJFTjß^
(*- in shed rooms; cheap.
Q1 ELLIS-REAR HOUSE: NICE SUNNY
OLO4 singls rooms; neatly furnished; $5 and
$5 50 a month. • "
\) 1( . ELLIS -THE MUZARD; CHANGED
OXO hands: has been renovated; newly fur-
nished rooms by the day, week or moath at very
reasonable prices; call and be convinced.
097 ELLIS-LARGE FRONT, ALSO DOUBLE
OZt I and single rooms; running water: cheap.
"I A 7 FIFTH — PLEASANT AND SUNNY
J " I rooms to let. : • \
7 ' ) FRANKLIN, NEAR GOLDEN GATE
• JLO Ave.— Double and single rooms, sunny: use
of bath.
917 OEARY-3 FRONT ROOMS OPPOSITE
AX 4 Union square; key at2l7 3 /3. rear.
1 9HQ I HOWARD - NICELY FURNISHED
X^iXJOz room for 1 or 2 gentlemen; $7 a month.
1 <-)~\± HOWARD— A LARGE SUNNY BAY-
A-£O'± window room suitable for 2 gentlemen or
man and wife. ■ • ■
OCtfi. JESSIE-FRONT ROOMS FOB MAN AND
Zi\J\J wife or 2 ladles: use of kitchen. -
qcc JESSIE-SINGLE ROOMS, $4; HOUSE-
-000 keeping, $6. : • ,
Ql 9 KEARNY— ST. GEORGE HOUSE— FUR-
Oi-u nlshed rooms, $1 50 to $3 week; 25c to 75c
night: transients solicited. :
CIA LARKIN — SUNNY FRONT ROOMS,
iJlu reasonable: single, $6: for 2 gentlemen, $11.
1 Q LEWIS. OFF TAYLOR, NEAR POST-$9;
lO large unfurnished room and kitchen.
ri I MASON — LARGE, SUNNY UNFUR-
I/.LL nished room: large A small furnished room.
CCI7 MINNA, cor. ElGHTH— nicely fur-
-00 I nisbed bay-window rooms; $1 a week.
"11 9 MISSION-FAMILY HOME; CHEAP
XX^jO rooms: no objection to children; yard.;* .
AOf> O'FARRELL — NICELY FURNISHED
"i — U doable sunny front room ; all conveniences.
1 7 POLK. NEAR MARKET— FRONT DOUBLE
J. I or single rooms; month, $4 to $10; night, 260.
CO^ POLK— 3 UNFURNISHED ROOMS: $9.
A 1 f| POST (AUDITORIUM)-NKWLY FUR-
ttJLU nlshed sunny rooms; en suite and single. -
QO SIXTH ST.. THE HILLSDALE— SUNNY
OO rooms; single and en suite: $1 to $1 50 a day.
C 9 SECOND— DOUBLE ROOMS, PER WEEK
UZi $1 50 to $3; single, $1 to $100; per night
20C1060C. -
) EOOMS \TO LET- Continued.. '
T^7^s^v^N^H^-F7jß^isTr__r^R^Ssr^^
lO< all kinds cheap; transient. - :
0-1 A SEVENTEENTH— 2 OR 3 FURNISH ED
Ox _: or unfurnished rooms, | suitable housek'ng.
i A V SHIPLEY, BET. FOLSOMAND HARRI-
J.'ii I son. Fifth and Sixth— 2 rooms, $6; 4 rooms,
$10; house new. Owner 1151 Guerrero, cor. 24th.
9QI SIXTH-NICE ~ SUNNY HOUSEKEEP-
_.O» ing and single rooms.
"I <YI .SIXTH— CHEAPEST IN THE CITY;
1 — i double and single sunny front rooms.
£1 Ql STOCKTON— FLOOR, 3 SUNNY ROOMS
OJLO2 %nd a nice large front and back room; very
cheap. • " ■:• ■■ ' -
1 99 TAYLOR — ELEGANTLY FURNISHED
1 _.— sunny rooms, en suite or single. ;
"I 99 TAYLOR— ELEGANTLY FURNISHED
i— — rooms; also housekeeping rooms.
Of\a TENTH ST.— LARGE SUNNY FRONT
OUO room, $7, to 2 gentlemen or man and wife.
Q1 7 THIRD— LARGE SUNNY FRONT; _:N
OX I suite or single;sl 25t055 week to $20 mo.
DO 4 THIRD — 2 UNFURNISHED ROOMS;
OO"i water included; rent $5.
Q9Q TWENTIETH— LARGE FRONT ALCOVE
o_-0room; also front bay-window room suitable
for 1 or 2 gentlemen; terms reasonable; convenient
to Valencia and Mission st. cars.
Q(\(\ UNION, NEAR MASON-FURNISHED
OUU sunny front room suitable for one or two
gentlemen: rent, $6. . ...... .
(JjQ 4 ROOMS. REAR OF 427 STEVENSON
«JpO. St., between Fifth and Sixth.
A RLINGTON HOUSE, 127 KEARNY—
__. ant sunny rooms, en suite and single: nrstclau
in every respect: terms reasonable,
T7IV KRETT, 65 SECOND — FAMILY HOUSE,
X_ thoroughly renovated; new management; re-
spectable; sunny rms: reasnble. M.DALTON, prop,
C^ RAND SOUTHERN. COR. SEVENTH AND
J Mission— Rooms all light; water, gas and electric
bells; elevator runs trom 7a. m. to 12 p. m. : slujle,
50 cents: suites, $1 day; %'i 60 and $5 week up.
"VTEW PYRENEE HOUSK, 1314 STOCKTON
-LN St.— Sunny front rooms: suites or single: by
day, week or month. PH. MA YSOUNAVE, prop.
riIHE DELAWARE, 1151 MARKET— SUNNY
x furnished and unfurnished offices, suites and
single rooms: price 10 suit the times. ■
rnUE SHERMAN APARTMENT HOUSE: 129
-L new sunny rooms; strictly respectable; half
price of best hotels, with equal accommodations;
very central. 28 Eighth st., near Market-. • ■
1 1 WILLIAM, BKT. JONES and TAY-
xU 1 2 lor, off Geary— Sunny front room: cheap.
"yOSEMITK HOUSE, 1045 MARKET, BET. i
i. Sixth and Seventh— Single and suites; per
night, 36c to $1; week, $1 60 to $5; families.
* WEEK'S NEWS FOR 5 CENTS — THE
__. WEEKLY CALL, in wrapper, for mailing.
BOARDING AND ROOMS.
LItoRX^ A^ PHIV^TE^B6AR^DI3?G':
OO_ beautiful sunny rooms; flee marine view;
references. .
1 Q/9 CALIFORNIA, NR. HYDE—
A. D — _J front rooms, suites and single, with board.
CiS)(\ EDDY— SUNNY FRONT ROOMS.SUITES
U_JU and single: best board: reasonable.
CHILDREN HOARDED.
jnoicPBTBNT woman \v^uld"lllce^h7ld
\J or Infant to board. Inquire 255 California ave.,
near Cortland.
TpRF.NCH LADY DESIRES 1 OR 2 CHILDREN
-T to board: a mother's care. Address L. 8., box
45, Call Office. ■ ■,-. ?.-,■■;- ■
j A H IV, WITHOUT CHILDREN. WILL GIVE
X good home and mother's care to child over 2
yenrs old. Address ALICIA, box 60. Call.
STOKES TO LET. ~
B~^rsr~Lt)T ; ATTcr7 v ?To^^
dition, NW. cor. Post and Baker stg., with fix-
tures: complete fora grocery: 3 rooms In rear, and
fine brick basement; rent reasonable.
ARKET ST.; LARGE STORE ON THE
l'X best block on the street, on the north side;
suitable for shot-store or drygoods. Apply G. H.
r.MIW-N A CO., 14 Montgomery st. .
J7IOB RENT — A CORNER STORE;- GOOD
-F stand for drug or grocery business. Apply W.
B. C'Ll'l- V. 17 sixth st. •
T7IOUB-BTORY BRICK AND IRON BUILDING
-T and basement, 508 Sacramento st., containing
elevator, power, etc.; rent $80. Apply DAVID
STERN A- SONS. 20 Montgomery St. . .
offices TO let.
L^<rAiCT'T)FFlcli?ri3f^
building, 925 Market: rents low; no extra
charge for gas, janitor services or beating. Apply
at building or G. H. I'MHSKX A CO.. 11 Monig. st.
_________
STOKAGJB
W~~IXs^N~BRoSr, 1710 MAlUci'^^iTß^ET^
' * Get our rates for storage of furniture, pianos,
trunks and all kinds of household goods: separate
locked rooms, dust and vermin proof, at low rates.
Telephone south 762.
TORAGE; FURNITURE, PIANOS, MDSE;
adrances^LlEßKS S. W. CO., 906 Market, r. 4.
rTi'.Nin i:k, PIANOS AND OTHER MEtt-
-L chandise received on storage; money advanced
on consignments; tiro-proof building. 410 Host St.,
STORAGE OF FURNITURE, PIANOS, HOUSE*
hold poods, etc. J. M. PIERCE, 735 Market si.
THIRST-CLASS STORAGE: ADVANCES MA I)KT
J 421 -423- Market st. CHAS. L. TAYLOR.
TRUSTEES' SALES.
miIUSTEES' SALE— IN ACCORDANCE WITH
x the tefms and under the authority of a certain
deed of trust, duly executed by JAMES LYNCH
party of the first, part, to II i-;.\RY C: CAMPBELL
and THADDEUS B. KENT, trustees, parties of
the second part, and the SAN FRANCISCO SAV-
INGS UNION, party, of the third part, dated
April 2, IS9O, aud recorded in the office of
the County Recorder of the county of San
Luis Obispo, Slate of California, in Liber 7
of Deeds, at pages :-94 and following,
and In pursuance of a resolution passed on the 27th
day of June, 1895, by the Board of Directors of said
HAN FRANCISCO SAVINGS UNION, a corpora-
tion, and the holder of the note (No. £9*B) to se-
cure payment of which the aforesaid Deed of Trust
was executed, declaring that default had been mado
in the payment of the principal sum and other
sums, due under said note and Deed of Trust, and
requesting and directing said HENRY C. CAMP-
BELL and THADDEUS B. KENT, Trustees,- to
sell the real estate described therein to satisfy said
Indebtedness.
We, Ii KNKYC. CAMPBELL and THADDEUS
B. KENT, Trustees', do hereby give, notice, that on ;
TUESDAY, th« 30th day of July. A. D. 1895,at 12
o'clock noon of that day, and at the auction sales-
room of ASTON, ELDRIDGE A CO., No. 638 Mar-
ks street, in the City and Connty of Sun Fran-
cisco, State of California,' we will sell at public
auction, to the highest bidder, for cash In gold coin
of the United States, all the pieces or parcels of
land situate in the county of San Luis Obispo.
State of California, described as follows, to wit :
• According to the official plats and system of sur-
veys of the Government of the United States.
In Township twenty-live (25) south, range nine
(9) east. Mount Diablo Base and Meridian.
Of section twenty (20), the southeast quarter of
the northeast quarter (SE. Vi of NE. Vi) : the north
half of the southeast quarter (N. Vi of SE. Vi) ; and
the southeast quarter of the southeast quarter!
Vi of the SE. Vi). l *
Of section twenty-one (21), the south half (S. 1 :,)
and the northwest quarter (NW. 1,4).
Of section twenty-two (22), the south half of the
northwest quarter (S. Vis of NW. Vi): the south
half of the southwest quarter (S. i/ 2 of SW.Vi), and
the southwest quarter of the southeast quarter
(SW. Vi of SE. Vi), . ">X
Of section twenty-seven (27), the northwest quar-
ter of the northeast quarter (SW. Vi of NE. 14).
Of section twenty-eight (28), the east half of the
northwest quarter (E. V 2 of NW. Vi): the south-
west quarter of the northwest quarter (SW. Vi of
NW. Vi), and the northwest quarter of th« south-
west quarter (NW. Vi of HW. 14).
Of section thirty-five (35), the south half of the
northeast quarter (S. i/ of NE. Vi) ■ the north half
-of , the southwest quarter (N. V2 of SW. I/4.), and
the southeast quarter (SE. Vi).
In township twenty-six (26) south, range nine
(9) east, Mount Diablo Base and Meridian.
Of section four (4), lot one (1) and the east halt
Of me Fou'iieasl quarter (E. y of SK. Vi).
Containing in all one thousand four hundred and
eighty-eight and eighty-three one-hundredths
(488.83) acres of land, more or less. Together witn
the appurtenances. '. •
TERMS OF SALE— Cash In gold coin of the Uni-
ted States; ten cent payable to the undersigned
on the fall of the hammer; balance on delivery of
deed: and if not so paid, unless tor want of title (ten
days being allowed for search), then said ten per
cent to be forfeited, and the sale to be void. Acts
Of sale at purchaser's expense. •
HENRY < . CAMPBELL, }„
THADDKUSB. KENT, Trustees.
' . I'ROPOSALS. „;• ■ -.
pRtJpO^XLsTFOR H3i?X)L"FuRNIT"ijR^AND
x platform Scales— Sealed proposals will be re-
ceived by the Superintendent 01 Common Schools In
open session of the Board of Education. New City
Hall, on Thursday, 18, 12 o'clock m., for
supplying said board with 60, more or loss. 400-lb.
piatform, scales, and single combination desks and
scats, all necessary siz«-s. with rear scats to match
in lots of 500, and for rear seats in lots of 1000,
when 'needed during the present fiscal year!
Samples of scales and articles of furniture offered
must be sent to the office of the Board of Educa-
tion, New City Hall; up to 4 o'clock p. m. on Wed-
nesday, July 17, 1895, after which hour no samples
will be received. .- : ■ - - , ■■-.., .• , t
Each bid must accompanied by a certified
check in the sum of $250, made payable to the
order of the secretary -of the Board of Education,
conditioned that if the proposal be accepted and
the contract awarded and if the bidder shall full or
neglect to execute a written. agreement and give
the bonds required within six days after the award
is made, then and In that case said check shall be
forfeited to the > said Board of Education. The
board reserves the right to reject any or all bids, or
any portion of any bid, as the public good may re-
quire. Blank proposals will be furnished by the
secretary .on . application. The parties to whom
contracts are awarded will be required, prior to or
at the time of the execution of the contracts, to pay
their proportion of the cost of advertising this
notice. GEORGE BEANBTON, Secretary.
PROPOSALS FOR MOVING AND ENLARG-
X ing a school building— Sealed proposals will be
received by the Superintendent of Common Schools,
in open session of the Board ■of Education, new
City Hall, on Thursday, July 18, 1895, at 12 o'clock
M., • for moving the Sutro School building from
..Nineteenth avenue, near . Point Lohos avenue, to
the school lot on Twelfth avenue, between Clement
and California streets, and for enlarging and fitting
np said building, in accordance with plans v and
specifications at the office of CHAS. I. HAVENS,
architect of the board, room 65, Flood building,
corner Fourth and Market streets. « • . :. „ ■ .. . ".
GEORGE BEA nston, Secretary.
1 TRUSTEES' SALES. . :
npRUSrEES' SALE-IN ACCORDANCE WITH
x the terms and ' under the authority of
those three (3) certain deeds of trust, duly
executed by JAMES • LYNCH, party of
the first part, to HENRY C. CAMPBELL
and THA DDE US B. KENT, Trustees, parties of the
second part, and the SAN FRANCISCO SAV-
INGS UNION, party of the third part, one dated
October 14th, 1887, and recorded in the office of the
County Recorder of ' the county of San Luis Obispo,
State of California, in Liber X of Deeds, at pages
616 and following, and also recorded In the office of
the County Recorder of ! the ■ county of Monterey.
Stale of California, in Book A, Records of Trust
Deeds, at pages 397 and following: the second dated
January 3rd, 1888, and recorded in the office of the
County Recorder of said county of San Luis Obispo.
in Liber Zof Deeds, at pages 260 and following, and
also recorded in the office of the County Recorder of
said county of Monterey, in book A, Records of Trust
Deeds, at pages 403 and following: and the third
dated June 3rd, 1889, and recorded In the office of
the County Recorder of said county of San Luis
Obispo, In Liber 4 of Deeds, at pages 624 and fol-
lowing, ■ and also recorded in the office of the
County Recorder of said county of Monterey,
In Volume A of Trust Deeds, at pages 459
and following: • and In pursuance of a resolution
passed on the 27th day of June. 1895. by the Board
of Directors of said SAN FRANCISCO SAVINGS
UNION, a corporation, and the holder of the notes
(Nos. 8449, 8587 and 9410), to secure the payment
of which the aforesaid Deeds of Trust were executed,
declaring that default had been made in the pay-
ment of the principal sums and other sums due un-
der said notes and deeds of trust, and requesting
and directing said HENRY C. CAMPBELL and
THADDEUS B. KENT, Trustees, to sell the real
estate described therein and not rpconveyed to
satisfy said Indebtedness.
We, HENRY C. CAMPBELL and THADDEUS
B. KENT, Trustees, do hereby give notice that on
TUESDAY, the 30th day of July, A. D. 1895. at
12 o'clock noon of that "day, and at the auction
salesroom of EASTON, ELDRIDGE <& CO., No.
638 Market street. In the City and County of San
Francisco, State of California, we will sell at public
auction to the highest bidder, for cash in gold coin
of the United States, all the pieces or parcels of
land situate In the county of Monterey, State of
California, described as follows:
According to the official plats and system of sur-
veys of the Government of the United" States:
In township twenty-four (24) south, range nine
(9) east. Mount Diablo Base and Meridian:
Of section thirty six (86), the north half of the
northeast quarter (N. y 3 of NE. Vi), the southwest
quarter of the northeast quarter (SW. Vi of XE,
Vi), the northwest quarter of the southeast quarter
(N W. Vi of SE. Vi). the east half of the southwest
quarter (E. V a of SW. Vi), and the northwest quar-
ter (NW. Vi), and containing four hundred (400)
acres of land.
And also the pieces or parcels of land -situate in
the county of San Luis Obispo, State of California,
described as follows:
According to the official plats and system of sur-
veys of the Government of the United States:
In township twenty-five (25) south, range nine
'(9) east, Mount Diablo Base and Meridian:
01 section lour (4). the southwest quarter of the
northeast quarter (SW. Vi of NE. Vi)> and the
northwest quarter of the southeast quarter (NW.
Vi of hE. Vi).
Of section eight (8), the northwest quarter of the
southwest quarter (NW. Vi of SW. Vi ).
Of section nine (9). the southwest quarter of the
southeast quarter (S. W. 1,4 of SE. Vi), and the south
half of the southwest quarter (S. Vfe of SW. Vi).
Of section eleven (11), the southeast quarter of
the southeast quarter (SE. Vi of SE. Vi). ■
Of section twelve (12), the north half of the
northwest quarter (N. i/»of W. Vi).
Of section thirteen 013), the east half of the
southeast quarter (E. Vs of SE. 14). and the south-
west quarter of the southeast quarter (SW. 14 of
BE. Vi). ' . ' 7
Of section fourteen (14), the northeast quarter of
the northeast quarter (NE. Vi of NK. Vi).
Of section sixteen (16), the north half (N. Vi);
the east half of the southeast quarter (E. 1/. of SE.
Vi), the southwest quarter of the southeastquarter j
(SW. Vi of SK. ■ 1), the south half of the south-
west quarter (B. V 2 of SW. Vi), and the northwest-
quarter of the southwest quarter (NW. Vi of
sw. Vi).
Of section twenty-one (21), the northeast quarter
(NE. Vi).
Of section twenty-three (23). the south half of
the northeast quarter (S. Va of NE. Vi). and the
north half of the southeast quarter (N. 14 of
SE. Vi).
Of section twenty-four (24), the northwest quar-
ter of the northeast quarter (NW. Vi of NE. Vi),
the east half of the southwest quarter (E. Vi of
SW. Vi), and the northwest quarter ( X\V. 1,4).
Of section twenty-live (25), the southwest quar-
ter (SW.Vi), and the east half of the northwest
quarter (E. y a of NW. Vi).
Of section thirty-live (35), the south half of the
southwest quarter (S. i/« of SW. Vi) ; and
Of section thirty-six (86), the whole.
• Containing two thousand six hundred and eighty
(2680) acres of land, more or less.
With the appurtenances. ,
And we further give notice that at the same
time and place and in accordance with the terms
and under the authority of the said deed of trust
last above recited, of date June 3rd, 1889. and in
pursuance of said resolution, we will sell at public
auction to the highest bidder for cash" in gold coin
of the United States, all those pieces or parcels of
land situate in said County of Monterey, State of
California, described as follows:
According to the official plats and system of sur-
veys of the Government ©f the United States:
In township twenty-four (24) south, range nine
(9) east, Mount Diablo Base and Meridian:
Of section thirty-two (32), the north half of the
northeast quarter (N. V2 of NE. 14). the northeast
quarter of the southeast quarter (NE. Vi of SE.
Vi), and the southwest quarter of the southeast
quarter (SW. 14 of SE. Vi). and containing one
hundred and sixty (160) acres of land, more or
less;
' And also, the pieces and parcels of land situate
In the county of San Luis Obispo, State of Califor-
nia, described as follows: .
According to the official plats and system of sur-
veys of the Government of th« United States: : ;
In township twenty-five (25) south, range nine
(9) east, Mount Diablo Base and Meridian:
Of section four (4), the northwest quarter of the
northeast quarter (NW. Vi of NE. Vi), and the
southwest quarter of the southeast quarter (SW. Vi
of si-:. Vi). *
Of section fourteen (14). the southeast quarter
Of the southeast quarter (SE. Vi of BE. 14),
the northwest quarter of the southeast qnarter
NW. Vi of SE. Vi). and the southwest quarter of
the northwest quarter (SW. Vi «f NW. Vi).
Of section twenty (20), the north hnlf of the
nor beast quarter (N. y 2 of NK. Vi). the southwest
quarter of the southwest quarter (SW. Vi of BW.
Vi), and the northeast quarter of the northwest
quarter ( N K. Vi of N W I It).
Of section twenty-two (22), the south half of the
northeast quarter (S. 1/2 of NE. Vi), the northeast
quarter of the northeast quarter (NE. ViofNE.
Vi), and the north half of the northwest quarter
(N. Vis Of NW. Vi).
Of section twenty-six (26), the southwest quar-
ter of the southwest quarter (SW. Vi of SW. Vi),
and the southwest quarter of the northwest quarter
(SW 1/4 of NW. Vi). -
Of section twenty-seven (27), the south half of
the southeast quarter (S. Vi of BE. Vi).
Of section twenty-eight (28), the east half of the
southeast quarter (E. Va of SK. Vi).
Of section thirty (30), the northeast quarter of
the northeast quarter (NE. Vi of NE. Vi), the
northeast quarter of the southwest quarter (NE.
Vi of SW. Vi), ami the west half of too northwest
quarter W. Vs of NW. 1/4).
Of section thirty-two (32), the southwest quar-
ter of the northeast, quarter (SW.Vi of NK. Vi):
the northeast quarter, of the southeast quarter
(NE. Vi of SE. Vi). and the northwest quarter of I
the northwest quarter (NW. 1,4 of NW. Vi); and j
Of section thirty-four (34). the northwest quarter
of the northeast quarter (NW. Vi of NE. Vi), and
th<- southwest quarter of the southwest quarter
(HW.i.iof SW. Vi). •
Containing one thousand one hundred and sixty
(1160) acres of land, more or less.
Together with the appurtenances.
TERMS OF SALE— Cash, In gold coin of the
United States, ten per cent payable to the under-
signed on the fall of the hammer; balance on de-
li very of deed ; and If not so paid, unless for want of
title (ten days being allowed for search), then said
ten percent to be forfeited, and the sale to be void.
Acts of sale at purchaser's expense.
HENRY C. CAMPBELL, !-_,..„„
_THADDEUS B. KENT, f i » lee
rPRUSTEES' SALE— IN ACCORDANCE WITH
X the terms and under the authority of a certain
deed of trust, duly executed by SAMUEL BOND,
party of the first part, to HENRY C. CAMPBELL
and THADDEUS B. KENT, Trustees, parties of
the second part, and the SAN ■ FRANCISCO
SAVINGS UNION, party of the third part, dated
April 22d, 1891, and recorded in the office of the
County Recorder of the county of Tulare, State of
California, in Liber. 7 of Trust Deeds, at pages
476 and following; and In pursuance of- a reso-
lution passed on the 16th day of May, 1895. by
the Board of Directors of said SAN FRANCISCO"
SAVINGS UNION, a Corporation, and the holder of
the note (No. 10.810) to secure payment ef which
the aforesaid deed of trust was executed, declar-
ing that default had been made in the payment of
the principal sum and other sums, due under said
note and deed of trust, and requesting and direct-
Ing said HENRY C. CAMPBELL and THAD-
DEUS B. KENT, Trustees, to sell the real estate
described therein to satisfy said indebtedness.
' We. HENRY C.CAMPBELL and THADDEUS
B. KENT, Trustees, do hereby give notice that on
TUESDAY, the 3Uth day of July, A. D. 1896, at 12
o'clock noon of that day. and at the auction sales-
room of EASTON, ELDRIDGE & CO., No. 638
Market street, in the City and County of San Fran-
cisco, State of California, we will sell at public
auction, to the highest bidder, for cash in gold coin
of the United States, all the piece or parcel of land
situate in the county of Tulare, State of California,
described as follows, to wit: ;-: . •
According to the official plats and system of sur-
veys of the Government of the UnHed States. . ■ .
In township twenty I (20) south, range twenty-
seven (27) east. Mount Diablo Base* and Meridian.
Of section twenty (20), the north half 01 the
north half (N. % of N. V2>- „
Containing one hundred and sixty (160) acres of
land, more or leaf, »' . . ■ • . . •
Together with the appurtenances. - ; ;
TERMS OF SALE— Cash In gold coin of the
United States; ten percent payable to the under-
signed on the fall of the hammer; balance on de-
livery of deed ; and if not so paid, unless for want
of title (ten ' days being allowed : for search) then
said ten per cent to be | forfeited and the sale to be
void. Acts of sale at purchaser's expense.
HENRY C. CAMPBELL, 1 Tr ,,.. 8 ..
THADDEUS B. KENT." (-Trustees.
..-. . -■■. ■.- ■' leilal notices.
t^6t~ice~~t6~* becom e~~sole~ traders
i-> State of California, City and County of San
Francisco.— ss. : . ' •; ;.':' ' •.
-■ Public notice Is hereby given by the undersigned,
a married woman, residing in said city and county
more than one year past, that on THURSDAY,
the 25th day of July, 1895, at 10 o'clock ; a. m.
on that day, she intends to make her appli-
cation to ; the -■• Superior •-.; Court,' in , and for
said :■ city • and : : county, at > r the •*»; courtroom
thereof in the new City Hall; tor a decree and judg-
ment, making her a sole trader in the business of
purchasing and vending and representing others is
the purchase ' and sale .of proprietary, medicine.
The place of the aforesaid business proposed to be
conducted by her is the said City and County of
San Francisco.* That the name of her husband Is
CHARLES G. DANIEL. ■■■■■ '>-.. '
I In witness whereof she has herennto set her hand
this 25th day of June, 1895. , .
■ :• • - ■■,:-■ . . .MRS. M. GERTRUDE DANIEL. :i
GEORGE D. COLLINS, Attorney for Applicant.
PERSONALS. ..
I'^^HRISTOPHER^tuT JOSEPH HUTCJIIN- i
SON, nephews of the late WILLIAM HUTCH-
INSON, who died In Carlisle. England, will com-
municate with C. DIXON, 8 Summer St., they will
hear something to their advantage. -'
\NY INFORMATION OK THE WHERE-
A about* of A. B. Aiisherman will be thankfully
received by his sister, MRS. GEORGE PHILLIPS,
1928 Howard street. ,
nOR.NER LOT, 114x137,- OX DIAMOND ST.
\J and improvements; prices9ooo. PHILBRICK
6 METCALF, 2548 Folsom st. '
MISS MARGARET KING, LATE OF STRAT-
ford, Conn., please call at 316 Ch»neryat.
TT'LECTRIC AND MEDICATE r7 BATHS FOR
Hi ladies and gentlemen. 121 Montgomery st.,
room 6. .
IMMINENT SPECIALIST, LADY, WISHES
S-i gentleman partner, physician; references ex-
changed. D.. box 113, Call Office. -> "
IpANCY DANCING FOR CHILDREN; SAT
J? aft. IRVINE'S, 927 Mission, bet. sth and 6th
ADVICE FREE; DIVORCE AND PROBATE
laws a specialty; suits, Superior, Justice and
Police Courts; terms reasonable: collections, etc. G.
W. HOWE, att'y-at-law, 850 Market, cor. Stockton.
CHAS. L. SHEAHAN, 224y a FIFTH— P-AINT-
\J Ing, paper-hanging and whitening at lbw rates.
7 - CENTS PER DOZEN FOR CABINETS;
I • > full length. GODEUS' ART STUDIO. 10 Sixth.
"VriOE COTTAGE TO LET AT TAMALPAIS
IN Villa, Ross Valley. MRS. PETER SMITH.
ONE MORE CUT— c
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 tip
Thousands of bargains. We keep everything.
- Cash or time payments. J. NOONAN,
1017-1019-1021-1023 Mission St.. above Sixth. '
VOUNO LADY DESIRES GENTLEMAN'S
-I mending. Room 9, 122 Post st. '
TT AIRDRESSING. 25c, ANY STYLE: ESTAB-
XI lished in 1869; Pioneer Hair Store. BERTHA
SPITZ, UlStocKtonst.; strictly one price only.
M~~ TSS ANDERSON. 1 FIFTH STREET, ROOM
I— Massage and Turkish cabinet baths.
ALL COURTS: PRIVATE LAW MATTERS.
A LAWYER McCABE, 1027 Market ; advice free.
1 f)f\f\ BUSINESS CARDS, 1.50 ; SENT FREE,
JLUUV/ city or country. HILL, 724i/ 2 Market St.
CABIN ET, ELECTIUC, STEAM BATHS, 50c;
VJ chronic and acute diseases treated, $5 a month
up; solar bath $1: oxygen used, at DR. HARRI-
MAN'S Sanitarium, cor.Twelfth and Mission, 1534.
INE SUITS, $15; DRESS PANTS, $4 75.
Misfit Clothing Parlors, 613 Montgomery st.
ICY OLE SUITS, LADIES'. OR GENTS', TO
order; low prices. HUTT, Tailor, 212 Mason
street. »
ffiilO SUITS TO ORDER; SAMPLE BY MAIL.
<|pl^ NEUHAUS. Merchant Tailor, 115 Kearny.
DRESSES CUT AND KITTED, $ 3; DRESSES
popular prices; engagements by da}'. 11 Geary.
TTIOHEST PRICE PAID FOR CAST-OFF
clothing.books. novels, RAPHAEL, 247 4th st.
W~HITEW ASHING MACHINE AND BRUSH
work; 3/ic yard; contracts taken. WAIN-
WRIGHT, 1400 Market; machines sold or hired.
SINGLE! BOTTLE OF SMITH'S DANDRUKF
Pomade is guaranteed to cure any case of dJo-
druff or falling hair or money refunded: never
known to fall: try it. By all druggists price 91, or
SMITH BROS., Fresno, Cal.
SECOND-HAND as well as new BARS,
O showcases, counters, shelvlags, mirrors, desks,
safes, chain, scales, etc., and a very large stock of
; them, too; be sure and see stock and get prices be-
I lore 2Oing elsewhere. J. NOONAN, 1017-1019-
-1021-1023 Mission St., above Sixth.
CARTERS LONG DISTANCE TELE-
XI phones, cheap; send for prices. Klein Electric
Works, 720 Montgomery St., San Francisco, Cal.
f\UIET PLACE FOR LADIES TO TRADE IN
v/ stocks and grain; large money made on small
Investment. WHEELOCK&CO., 318 Pine St., 3.
pLOAKH, capes and suits retailed" at
V^ mfrs' cost. Factory, 20 Sansome st.. upstairs.
INETO.SCOI'ES FOR SALE; PHONOGRAPH
-IV outfits bought for cash. j Bacigalupl, 946 Mkt.
LD BUILDINGS BOUGHT AND SOLD,
store-fixtures, doors, windows, lumber, pip*
etc.; cheap. Yard 1166 Mission St., nr. Eighth.
AS FIXTURES AND PLUMBING. 6^l
Golden Gate ave. ■ H. HUFSCHMIDT. '
OLD GOLD, SILVER, GENTS' AND LADIES'
clothing bought. COLMAN, 41 Third st.
INDOW SHADES MANUFACTURED TO
order bv WILLIAM McPHUN. 1195 Market.
C~~«EAPEST~AND BEST IN AMERICA—
\J WEEKLY CALL, sent to any address in the
United States or Canada one year for $1 50, post-
age free. ■ . ■
OAKLAND ADVERTISEMENTS
OFFICE— BROADWAY.
oakland real ESTATE.
T\O YOU WANT aISomE?" I WILiTbU Y YOU
-L/ a lot, build house on your own plans, this side
of bay; small cash payment, balance monthly. C.
P. KERN, Central Bank building, Oakland.
SACRIFICED— LITTLE HOME IN
O Oakland: owner away and must sell: big- bar-
gain for cash or on monthly $16 payments; - write
at once. Address Owner, P. O. box 537, Los
Angeles.
I? OR EXCHANGE-TWO MODERN HOUSES;
X well located: value ¥9000 cash: for good San
Francisco property in Western Addition. W. J.
DINOEE, 460 Eighth St., Oakland.
4JFI £»n CASH ' BALIA;VCE $ 17 60 A MONTH;
«H> XO\J neat 4-room cottage and stable; corner
lot, 60x150; price 1850; bargain; 7 blocks of 23d-
ave. local station to San Francisco. M. J. LAY-
MANCE & CO., 46tf Eighth St., Oakland.
a* z.Af\i | INVESTMENT ;*BTJBITrESB prop-
«!r«-)T:Ul» erty ; Income over 9500 a year: well
; Improved and most prospective location; $7500
refused 3 years ago; owner called away; Immedi-
ate sale; best Investment upon the market. M. J.
LAYMANCE A CO., 466 Eighth St., Oakland, Cal.
CA I' I T AI . I SIS, ATTENTION-THE CHEAP-
\J est property in Oakland for sale; elegant resi-
dence lots in the center of the residence part of the
city; 150x100. Call or address Oakland Office
Call, or 630 Commercial st., San Francisco.
BEAT) I VL PRIVATE RURAL RESORT;
XJ elegant house and grounds: In heart of Fruit-
vale: worth $12,000; for $0000. Address A., 62
Fruitvale. • '•
~S T T^~\VILL RENT A. 2-STORY 10-ROOM
«H)J-«J dwelling; modern build;, good barn, well
and chicken-house; worth $30; west side Fruitvale
ave., 1 mile north of San Leandro road. Inquire
Call Office, Oakland. '.
"ifc i I 'U\\ \ WILL BUILD YOU a NICE mod-
j «JpX' '"' ' ern cottage; buy a home and save rent:
see plans at once. FRANK M. BARGAB, 902
iiroadway, Oakland. . . . . ■
©TOrrj ByStUAIN; CHICKEN RANCH 12
X£O\J. miles from Oakland: Improvements
cost twice the amount asked for the place. W. E.
BARNARD & SON, 458 Ninth St., Oakland.
TyiCE 4-ROOM HOME; 50x140; $900. LODGE
XI & POWELL, Fruitvale station. - '
<3fi 1 QAfi BACH— 2 FINE 4- ROOM MODERN
tJJS-LOUv/ houses; large lots: windmill and well;
stable to each; Hue location; worth $2000; will be
sacrificed on account of owner leaving; part cash.
F. C. WATSON, 463 Ninth St., Oakland.
WM. M. DEWOLF, RENT COLLECTOR. 1050
i » » - Broadway.
(D«OA MONTHLY FOR 6-ROOM COTTAGES;
tJpZiU plans free. F. BOEGLS, Golden Gate statn.
AQ&fl $1000 CASH; WORTH $6500: 9-
♦[n'xt/«Jv/. room modern hou»e; nice stable: lot
50x150; a bargain; see it at once. WILLIAM P.
TODD, 1008 Broadway, Oakland. . - ;'
T OTS FROM $75 UPWARD. SNETSINOER &
XJ CARROLL, Fruitvale station. ■
Oil CA LOTS NEAR LOCAL TRAINS AND
lc)l/. streetcars for sale on small weekly or
monthly Installments: buy a home and save your
eftrmmrs. H. B. PINXEY-.902 Broadway, Oakland.
A WEEK'S NEWS FOR 5 CENTS — THE
WEEKLY CALL, In wrapper, for mailing.
OAKLAND HOTELS.
?^ATi?TDo~HTmrL?^'I?E~T^
VX largest hotel in Oakland; table first class;
terms by week or month, moderate; trains to and
from San Francisco every 15 minutes: cars from
Sixteenth-street station -pass hotel | sample- room
for commercial travelers on ground floor. ROBERT
GAY. Proprietor. ■ ......
OAKLAND FURNITURE iTOR SALE.
.T7VORNITURE AND CARPETS AT YOUR OWN
-T price. H. si II F.LLH A AS. 408 Eleventh m.
alameda real. estate.
STTmMEDIATE SALE^OfEAR^SCHOOL
and station; streets Improved and sewered.
$2250— 550 cash, $25 monthly; 30x100; cottage,
4 rooms and bath. . ■
$2400— 550 cash, $20 monthly; 37:6x100: cot-
tage, 5 rooms and bath.' ■ ■ ■
$3250— 560 cash, $35 monthly; 38x100: corner
house in fine condition ; ■ 8 rooms and bath. • ■ .
$3250-$2OO cash, $30 monthly: 37x110; ele-
gant colonial cottage: 7 rooms and bath. ■
j $3850— 5200 cash. $35 monthly: 37x120; hand-
some new cottage, 8 rooms and bath. *
-. Houses to rent from 810 up.
Open Sunday and holidays. -:.V i:
•■■■ MARCUSE & REMMEL,
Bay-street station, Alameda, and 1 628 Market St.,
San Francisco. ■■ : : ■' \ *,
IF YOU WANT ~~~ :'- ~ ■■.-.-...-»:-'
A GOOD, SUBSTANTIAL AND STYLISH
HOME
CALL ON THE OLD BUILDING FIRM OF
A. R. DENKE, WEBSTER STREET.
BERKELEY REAL; ESTATE.
"DEFORE YOU BUY •
Be sure nnd Inspect that handsome new 9-room
modern house just being finished on Dwightway,
Berkeley; 2 blocks from station and lon electric-
car lino. .--■,• ■_:■;■ : ' ■ -
Apply or address . -"• . f!-
J. L. BERKELEY,
■ ■ ',: . ; Dwightway, Berkeley.
T WOULD LIKE YOU TO SEE THAT PRETTY
J. cottage of 6 rooms; porcelain bath and all the
latest improvements; in an orchard: all street
work done: near the. University and station. J. J.
MASON, D wight Way station.
\ ■-. •-;_■; ■_• ' COST. ;
© 1 X' REGARD— LOST~6n" SUNDAY, 7TH
«351U lust., flybook for artificial fly fishing: said
book lost on Laeunitfts stase road, -between bridge
crossing Lnßunitas Creek and San Rafael. Finder
receive above reward on returning same to GEO.
D. BO YD of San Rafael, or to GORDON A
YOUNG, attorneys, San Francisco.
I.OST— 2 GREYHOUND PUPS; . ONE BLUB
Ju and white bitch and one white doe with brindle
spot on head. Return to 2312 Fine st. and receive
liberal reward. . - • '. . •
ARGE BLACK DOG— TANNED LEGS AND
XJ white feet: white breast and snout. Return to
419 Bush st. and receive liberal reward. ■ . •'%> ; .-•> :
SUNDAY, TAN CAPE. LACE POINTS,
at Stanyan-st. entrance to Golden Gate Park;
reward. Return to 1501 Post st. )
TpOX-TERRIKR PIJP, MALE, NEAR SIXTH
X and Market: finder rewarded. 457 Jessie st. '
LOST— FOX TERRIER BITCH. $6 REWARD
If returned to 520 Broadway. '. •. ■
LADY'S GOLD WATCH; PICTURE OF DE-
ceased husband inside on Berkeley train or
from Golden Gate station to Eleventh street, on
July 3. Kindly return to 2738 Howard street and '
receive reward. ■.
T OST— A BLaCK~SILK~BRAIDED~PURSE
XJ containing coin in going from Slitter st., San
Francisco, to East Oakland via Broadway. Please
leave with Hartford Insurance Company, 313 Cali-
fprnla st.. San Francisco, ami receive reward.
"marriage LICENSES.
' Licenses to marry were granted yesterday m
follows:.
George Lemont and Mercy Rojas, 24 — -" Si «Vi-
Harry J. Hatt and Emma A. Allison, 21—20.
H. C. Randle and Ben ha F. Hay wan), 22—18.
James Nichelsen and Marie C. Doerr, 29—21.
Frank E. Wilson and M. Evelyn Buckley, 23—20.
Thomas Mcßride and Rebecca K. Brown, — 50,
DIVORCE SUITS BEGUN.
Crank McQuoid against Lizzie McQnoid, ,
DIVORCES GRANTED. :
Adolph Driefer from Hedwig S. Driefer, for de-
sertion, by Judgre Sanderson.
Julia Scott O'Brien from Michael O'Brien, for de-
sertion, by Judge Murphy. ■ ■•.•;•; - ;
BIRTHS— MARRIAGES— DEATHS.
BORN.
JONES— Sonoma, July 3, 1895, to the wife of
Thomas G. Jones, a son. V
JOHNSON— In this city, June 29, 1895, to the wife
of James F. Johnson, a son.
PAULSEN— In this city, June 30, 1895, to the wife
of William Panlsen, a son.
THIEDEMANN-In this city. June 26. 1895, to
the wife of William Thledemann, a son.
MAKRIED.
ARNOLD— COOK— In Oakland, July 3, 1895, by
the Rev. M. M. Gibson, D.D., Frank W. Arnold
of Alameda and Agnes M. Cook of Oakland.
BROWN— In this city, July 7, 1895, by
the Rev. Joseph Wilner, Ralph Brown and Paul-
ine Colin, both of San Francisco. ; v v ~ :
BROWN— SCHNOOR— In this city, July 7, 1895,
by the Rev. Dr. W. W. Case, Peter Brown and
Elizabeth Schnoor, both of San Francisco.
JEWELL— In this city, July 7. 1895, by
the Rev. T. J. Lacey, Maitland G. Hall of .Santa
Rosa and Leonore A. Jewell of San Francisco. . (
HEINZ— EXTROM— In this city, July 6, 1895»
by the Rev. J. Fuendeling, Diederich Heinz and
Josetine Extrom. • ■
NICHELBEN-DOERR-In this city. July 7,1895,
by the Rev. J. Fnendeling, James Nichelsen and
Mary C. Doerr.
NEWMAN-SAMUELS— lnthlsclty, July 7,1895,
by the Rev. Joseph Wilner, Andrew Newman
and Freda Samuels, both of San Francisco.
OKERLUND— VAN KEULEN- In this city, July-
7, 1895, by the Rev. Dr. W. W. Case, George B.
Okerlund and Sarah A. Van Keulen, both of San
Francisco. . ■ '
RYAN— MANSFIELD— In this city, July 7, 1895,
by the Rev. C. O. Brown, Cassius M. Ryan and
Grace L. Mansfield,.
SMITH— McDEVITT— In this city, July 7, 1895,
at St. Joseph's Church, by the Rev. Father
Gleason. Alpbonso H. Smith and Katie McDevltt,
both of San Francisco.
TROLL— PIDARIET— In this city, July 3. 1895,'
. by the Rev. J. Fuendeling, Adolf Troll and Bertha
Pidarlet. .
WOODS— In this city, July 8, 1895, by
the Rev. Dr. W. W. Case, Montie W. Woods and
Martha Steele, both of San Francisco. - .
DIED.
Butler, Richard H. McGowan, Julia
Drake, Charlotte B. ! McDonough, Alice ..-., j
Frohman. Marie McCormick, Ellen'
Fenton, Frederick M. ■ MBrcuse, Esperanzlta ;
Gibbin, Bridget O'Brien, William A.
Goldsmith, Mrs. Kate Spaar, Henry J. ;,-.-';
Heverin. Michael Wilson, Fred -
Janzen, Minnie H. . Yates, Thomas
BUTLER— In this city, July 7, 1895, Richard
Henry, beloved Husband of Kate Butler, and
father of Richard G. Butler, and brother of Mrs.
Annie Brooks of Portland, Me., a native of Port-
land, Me., aged 62 years.
Jt9"Friends ana acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Tuesday), at 9 o'clock a. m.. from his late
residence, 10 Laskie street. Interment Holy
Cross Cemetery.
DRAKE— In this city, July 8, 1895, Charlotte
B. Drake, a native of New York, aged 66 years.
FROHMAN-In this city, June 16, 1895, Marie,
beloved mother of Henry Frohman, aged 76
years, a native of Erlangen, Bavaria.
FENTON— In this city. July 8, 1895, Frederick M.
Fenton, a native of Connecticut, aged 74 years.
GIBBIN— An anniversary mass will be said for
the repose of the soul of. Bridget Gibbin at old St,
Mary's Church, corner California and Dupont
street*. TO-MORROW (Wednesday), at 9 o'clock
a. m. Friends are Invited.
GOLDSMITH— In this city, July 8, 1895, Mrs.
Kate Goldsmith, a native of San Francisco, aged
29 years. -
HEVERIN— In Tlburon. July 8. 1895, Michael
Heverin, father of Edward J., Charles R. and An-
gelo M. Heverin and Mrs. George E. Nuther and
Mrs. T. F. Harley, and grandfather of James
Em mil, Mary E. it ml Amelia 6. Hayden, a native '
of England, aged 70 years. ' - ■ •
tiir Notice of funeral hereafter. s .- :.i ; .
JANZEN— In this city, July 6, 1895, Minnie Helen,
wife of William F. Janzen, a native of Berlin,
Germany.
MARCUSE— The usnal annual decoration of the
grave of our beloved daughter, Esperanzlta, takes
place THIS DAY (Tuesday) at 10 o'clock a. m., at
Mountain View Cemetery, Oakland. Our friends
are invited to attend.
' FELIX DELFINA MARCUSE.
MfCORMICK— this city, July 7. f895, Ellen"
McCormick, a native of Ireland, aged 71 years.
McDONOUGH— In this city, July 7. 1895. Alice,
beloved daughter of Annie and the late Matthew
McDonough. and sister of Thomas, Mary, Annie,
Katie, Hugh, Maggie, Bessie and Lillie McDon-
ough, a native of San Francisco, aged 6 years 10
months and 7 days. . >
Friends and , acquaintances are ' respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY*
(Tuesday), •at 10 o'clock a. m.. from the resi-
dence of the mother, 321 Langion street. Inter-
ment St. Mary's Cemetery, Oakland.
McGOWAN— In this city, July 8, 1895, ■ Julia Mo-
Gowan, wife of the late Michael McGowan, a na-
tive of Parkmore, County Donegal, Ireland, aged
26 years. ;
43" Notice of funeral hereafter.
O'BRIEN— In this city, July 1, 1895, William An-
drew, beloved son of William and Bridget
O'Brien, a native of San Francisco, aged 10 yean
1 month and 25 days.
SPA AH— this city, "July 6, 1895, Henry Jost
Spaar, beloved son of Conrad and Margaretha
Spaar, and brother of John P. and Anna Spaar
and Mrs. George Miller, and nephew of Mrs. M.
Kries, Mrs. Claus Wreden and Mrs. George Cox.
a native of San Francisco, aged]l6 years 4 months)
and 20 days.
g7*Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Tuesday), at 2 o'clock p. m., from the resi-
dence of his parents, 912 Greenwich street. In-
terment I. O. O. F. Cemetery.
WILSON— In this city, July is, 1895, Fred Wilson,
aged 64 years. .
YATES— this city, July 8, 1895, Thomas Yates,
beloved "husband of Ann Yates, a native of Eng-
land, aged 45 years. ■ • . . - ,
"I UNITED UNDERTAKERS'
EMBALMING PARLORS. . .
Everything Requisite for First-class Funerals ' '
at Reasonable Rates.
Telephone 3167. 27 and 29 Fifth street. ■ '
I McAVOY A CALL AC HER, I
FUNERAL DIRECTORS * EMBALMERS,
20 Fifth St., Opp. Lincoln School. .
' Telephone 3080.
"TAB^ircMKNOltK^™ I>I^^^^CHASrMcMENOMEYj
JAMES McMENOMEY & SON, .-■-
-UNDERTAKERS' AND E3IBAI.MERS,
105 Mission Street, Near Seventh.
Telephone No. 3354.
JAS. ENGLISH. . T. R. CAREW.
CAREW as ENGLISH,
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS,
FUNERAL . DIRECTORS, '
19 Van Ness ave., near Market St., San Francisco.
Telephone 3j1 56. N. B.— Not connected with. any
other house inthlsclty. '.. . : .\ ■■; r- •-' .
LAUREL HILL CEiiETERY'
ASSOCIATION.
pHOICE 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.* : ■ - ■ ...
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. ■
CYPRESS LAWN CEMETERY. I
IN BAN MATEO COUNTY: NON-SECTARIAN f!
X laid ont on the lawn plan; perpetual can; beau-
tiful, permanent and easy of aoc*M; as* total
buying a burial place elsewhere. - - > '
City Otto*. 9 City Hall 4t»«|i I
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