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HOI7SBB TO LET.
iQQ KIN ( o.N PLACE! RIKCON HI 1.1.. Ki-I.
•LO First and BsCOBd, 01T Harrison — Half of sunny
house: tin- places in parlors: view of bay.
4 BLIND MAN CAN'T SEE, BUT YOU CAN—
j\. The best list of houses at BALDWIN & HAM-
MOND. 10 Montgomery st. :
OQ7 s ROOMS, Wmx BVKBY MODERN
•^O I . eODTenience; nicely decorated: refined
neighbors: 40-foot sunny yard; kind landlord.
SAM LICHTENSTEIN, 15 Grant aye.
(£99 PER MONTH ; ti ROOMS: LARHE BASE-
»j" — ment: yard. 14 Cedar aye., near Larkin st.
I?LAT; 5 BUNNY KOOMS; $17. 912 ELLIS
' atreot. _^
<V>lA WEBSTER. BET. BROADWAY AND
-OIU Vallejo— Bay-window house; 9 rooms;
fine marine \lew; rent $85. -
BAY-WINDOW HOUSE— BOOMS, BATH;
sunny yard. 609 Fell st.
H^OU CAN SPKND DELrWHTFUL DAYS IN
1 the booses you rent from BALDWIN & HAM-
i MOND, 10 Montgomery si. _J
QI'NNY HOUSE— S3O EDDY, NEAR LARKIN;
O 9 rooms: bath: rent ?:'■(); water
COTXAUIiS i«» LXX.
C2TO I COTTAOE 'B ; ROOM* S> PBIEBT ST.,
luUm off Washington.bft. Jones & Leavenworth.
SUNNY HANDSOME «ODk COTTAGE OP
7 large rooms: high basement; flower garden:
in warm belt of Mission: a 9 1 lor sale good parlor
set 7 pieces and an elegant chamber set, havlna no
room for name, apply 40 Diamond at., orfcAbTON-
ELDRIDGE, o3H Market St.
!<*n tst\ COTTAGE. STAY ST.,
<$XX.OU. near cor Clay and Powell.
FLATS TO LET.
nHKAP. 1 ■■ BUNNY FLATS: 4 ANH B
\J rooms and bath. Twenty-sUth st., near Capp.
C»fV7 En WATEB FREE: V SUNNY COR-
,>_ I .OU. aer rooms witb^bsth^ 1601 Hyde st.
OK. .OH. BUTTER AND I FILLMOKK-
O 6 rooms; bath; hot and cold water ; stationary
wash tubs.
A BLIND MAN CAN'T SEE, BUT YOU CAN—
A rnebest list of flats at BALDWIN & HAM-
MOND, 10 Montgomery st.
0 ELEGAXT~NE\V 7 AN I 8 ROOM FLATS:
£i all bay-windows: sunny corner. Guerrero and
Klgnti sts.: - ■" and $32 50.
•li LOWER FLAT; 3 ROOMS: CELLAR;
■ f7»f'. yard. 1008 Natoma, near r.leventh; rear.
T"OWER FLAT; 6 ROOMS; BATH; 917. 127
XJ Olive aye., near Van Ness.
Q9Q SU'TTEK NEAT FLAT; 6 ROOMS AND
• '— O bath; r*nt moderate. Call "2 to 3p. it.
rtOft FLATB BOOMS; BATH pB ASE 31EXTI
O-". 2134 U'FarreU st.
•J SUNNY FRONT ROOMS AND BATH: fl4.
O NE. cor. Polk and Jackson s;s.
UNNY MODERN FLAT: 5 ROOMS: BATH;
all conveniences; cheap. 43-1 Fourteenth st.
UNNY Ll'l'KK FLAT; 3 ROOMS; YARD;
water free ; $12. "oti Third st.
1 (\Of\ EDDV-FlNEivE^vnuPPEB, FLAT 6
X'JOVJ rooms and bath; rent reduced to $25.
9 NEW ELEGANT FLATS. WITH LARGE
— yard and basement: rent low. 1239 Eighteenth.
I>EI)UCED-*4O ELEGANT. NEARLY NEW
XX flats to $25: f25 flats to $14 to $16. BFECK
<$: CO., •sO2Market^u j
YOU CXn SPEND DELIOHTFCI. DAYS rV
X the tia:s you rent from BALDWIN <k HAM-
MOND.
"Q99 Zl\ 7 ROOMS AND BATH: MODERN:
O--- J *O\Jm bay-windows: water free. 15 Henry
St., near Sanchez.
YEAIi CITY HALL: 10, 141, 143 GROVE ST;
J-> 3 elecant sunny flats : 8 rooms each.
T7LEGANT NEW FLAT, 7TH ST., BELOW
XJ Bryant, 5 and 6 rooms; bath: f S tuslt>.
09- MODERN FLAT 8 BOOMS, BATH; 1
«_—•-'• or 2 families. 112S Howard st.
(JfcQ -• LNDfIO:3 3-ROOM FLATS. 26 CHES-
OO< ley su. osT Harrison, bet. Seventh und Eighth.
Q 1 _i LOWER PART OF 1 (TeLLIOTT PARK^
• I«).ci!T Steiner. near Geary— 3 large rooms:
marble mantel: cellar und yard. Inquire at 1911
Geary st.
Q1 Q SUNNY UPPER CORNER FLAT OF 5
«_ XO. rooms and batL: cor. Twenty-secona and
Dolores.
TO LET— FLATS 245 EIGHTEENTH ST.; 4
X roon.s, bath and yard : rent slo, $11 and $12.
QDNNY FLATS; I ROOMS. ALSO ONE OF 4
C? rooms and bath; garden. 170tJ l-'o.-jt st.
CHOICE SUNNV7FLAT ; T ROOMS r AND
bath. 1314 Fell st.. near Broderlck.
BODSBKSKriNO KOOMS.
PUuch&nan Street.
f\f\<y BUCHANAN. COB. FELL — SUNNY
\J\J~J kitchen, dining-room, bedroom; $17.
California Street. :
9'Ql CALIFORNIA — 3 BrJEOAinr ft*r-
OOX nished rooms tor iiousHkeejun^: cheap.
3 "I 10 1 (Ai,ir"i:xtA - Ksffk : k i:i>iN(i
liO'i rooms; stove; ga3;"bath: running water.
E<Uly Street.
mEDDY — 3 ROOMS FURNISHED COM-
X X^ pleie for housekooping.
Ellis "Street.
090 ELLIS— LARGE ROOM: PARTLY FUR-
O--O nished; iircplace; ba i,: use of kitchen. •
Fifth Street.
Ql \ FrFTTT-2 SUNNY FRONT HOUSE-
• > 1 X keeping rooms: a!so 1 back: bath: private;
flu ?6.
4OQI FIFTH-2 SUNNY ROOM* FURNISH'D
"— <- 2 complete forhouskeeping;watrrin kitchen
J-'olsoiii reet.
' F °l- Q;O M-S SUNNY UNFURNISHED
, OO(J rooms: range, hot and cold water.
I Q4TI FOUBOM- TWO SICKLY I UJINISHED
• \J*J X rooms complete fur hoiuekeppfng.
CJeary Street.
* 99qi 1 GEARY — SUNNY BOOMS. COM-
■^-— »->Xg plete for housekeeping: open 12 to 2.
7">". GEARY -2 RGE NICELY FUR-
I — ■■*> cii-in.l sunny rooms and kitchen, complete
for licht housekeeping.
liKight street. "
700 nAIGHT-2 OR 3 UNFT-RNTSHKD
1 KJO rooms for housekeeping; no children- rea-
sonable. "
Howard Street.
Ql 7 HOWARD— 2 FRONT Sr\"NY ROOMS
OX I yard and kitchen: good conveniences.
HOWAHD-NICE SUNNY suifiFoF
000% houMkeeping rooms; also a single front
fcall room an.i others; gas and bath also 1 large
.. douhle front room.
Jtiyde Street. ~~~~
"I Ql HVDIi, NEAR TURK-NICELY F.UR-
Xt/X nished rooms for liousekeepiag; rents re-
duced. - :. . <«""-'
Jonefi Street.
/*] 7 .TONES— SUNNY PARLOR ROOM, $12;
vJ I I also single sunny, S7.
I.arkiu Street.
OOC LARKIN — SUNNY HOUSEKEEPING
ijZ.\t aiiartments: nicely furninbed ; ceutrul.
A||(: LABKIN— 2 SCNNY IIiONT ROOMS,
IUUD nnrnrnlshed, $14: single, furnished, $4.
1 AOfil LARKIN— 3 LARGE SUNNY RONT
l\r^,Vr» unfurnished rooms for housekeeping;
$17 SO.
I.f \vi- Street.
■ "I Q LEWIS, OFF TAYLOR, NR. POST— LARGE
XO nnfamlshed room and kitchen, $8; water
Minna *treet.
t\A(l MINNA— FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
O^yJ housekeeping; large yard. "
Mii-iuii Street.
Q9?:i MISSION-BRIGHT, BUNNY HOUSE-
*'Z.Oz keeping and other rooms; gas, bath, etc.
Nineteenth Street.
COO NINETEENTH ST.; CASTRO CARS—
( '«-U Sunny furnished or partly furnished room •
Bink, stove, closet, ust- ot laundry and yard; neat
sewer could pay In work; Americaa family.
Oak Street. .—
97 OAK, NEAR VAN NESK-4 FURNISHED
£i I housekeeping rooms, modern improvements'
or single rooms- *
A Q OAK-JJSB : SUNNY UNFURNISHEDROOM,
1O conservatory, first floor, rounlng water.
H^BB Olive Avenue.
"I 1 A OLIVE AYE., NEAR POLK AND O'FAR-
XXV rell— 2 unfurnished rooms for housekeeping.
__ _______ _
rarkßosd
"j X PARK ROAD, NEAR COR. BAKER AND
XO Haigat— 2 larjje sunny furnished rooms for
lieeplng; cheap rent. ;
Pearl Street.
PEARL. COR. MARKET, OPP. OCTAVIA-
• ' Front and back parlor, well furnished ior house-
..keeplng; running water and sink; $15. > .s-.^
Pout r-i-i .
Q99 POST — TWO NICELY FURNISHED
O^j+j rooms tor housekeeping: rent, 830.
Seventh. Street.
"I OO SEVENTH-2 NICELY FURNISHED
XOU front housekeeping room3; veranda, yard;
also single rooms, $1 a week. ' -,VSv-
South Park.
"I i- [SOUTH PARK-2 SUNNY, WELL-FUR-
J- yJ nished. bay-window housekrep rooms; cheap.
Stockton street.
O] Ol STOCKTON ST. -2 BACK ROOMS
\JltJt partly furnished for housekeeping; yard;
very chpap.
nOtSKKEEriXG ROOMS — Continued.
T wenty-third Street!
900 TWENTY - THIR.D. COR. FLORIDA— S
Z.V\J furnished rooms; bath, gas, laundry: separ-
ate store; take Howard-st. cars to Florida st.
ICOO3IS TO LE'l.
:-". i4 ' Bush Street.
797 BUSn — PLEASANT FURNISHED
I — I rooms ; suite audsiugle; light housekeeping.
Kddy Street.
"I "I Q EDDY — ELEGANT' * FROST ROOM;
XXO other furnished rooms: cheap.
A EDDY-2 LAR«K SUNNY FURNISHED
tJX\J rooms; gas-stove; reasonable. .
Eighth street.
THE SHERMAN APARTMENT HOUSE:- 126
sunny rooms, furnished and unfurnished;
strictly respectable; central; very moderate prices.
•2S Kighth st., near Market. A. W. MANNING.
Kills Street.
AOCI ELLIS-FRONT ALCOVE AND ROOM
tt^U adjoining for housekeeping; running water.
79A ELLIS— NEWLY FURNISHED SINGLE
i >jv/ gunny rooms, $5 and $6. •
'.nary eet.
4<)S GEARY-5 F.IJ":GANT ROOMS: OFFI-
ttOiJ ces for physician or conservatory of music.
79Q GEARY — SINGLE AND "DOUBLE
* ZiO rooms: use of kitchen If desired.
. Goldon Gate Avenue.
799 GOLDEN GATE AYE.— FURNISHED
1 —— . and unfurnished rooms.
Harrison Street.
7Q >f HARBISON, NKAR FOURTH — FUR-j
l O*± nished front and back parlor; for 2 siugle \
men or small family.
Hayes Street.
7A7A HAVES— FRONT ROOM, VERY
IUI cheap: bath.
Hyde Street.
91 f\ HYDE-SINGLE ROOMS FOR HOISK-
X.JLU Keeping; 1 room outsidefor bachelor: cheap.
J9QI HYDB, NEAR o ■FAIiKEI.I. — SUNNY
■T— O2 gingte front room: S7. _^
71 1 HYDE— LA X SUNNY nicely and
til neatly furnished suites and single, $10, $20.
7 aqb iTvTTfc— front AND BACK parlor;
I \Jo sunny; and kitchen: 91S.
7»1 « riIYDE— NiCKLY FfHNISHED ROOM:
1)1 J. sunny: private family: g.ntleincn; $7.
Call in the morning.
i« kl <• Hl'.dT- 1 XriCELS' FURNISHED
iUUO front room; sunny: gs>s: bath; $8.
Howard Street.
nnO HOWARD - NICE srNNY ROOMS;
\ i_f> double and single; tns. bnth.
-i i \ HOWARD, •< >K. RD--Ff.\KLY FUR-
I v»"± nished front rooms: first and second floor.
11QA HOWARD— IABGJi BED"r6oM,'sUIT-
jLXOv/ able for 1 or 2 gentlemen.
Eexruy Street.
A RLINGTON HOI'SK. 127 KBARNY— PLKAS- i
x\. ant sunny rooms, en suitt-an.! single; first clan j
in every respect; l«nus reaßonable.
liJirkin Street.
I]O LARKIN — 1 FURNISHED SUNNY ;
HO front suite; also same for housekeeping; i
reasonable.
- 1 t\ LARKIN— SINGLE SUNNY ROOM, $tf;
Ol l» also, large, cnmforrable room, reasonable.
Leaveunorth Street.
79fk I.X AVEN W O R T H— NICELY FUR-
-I^ —V* nishect su.'i'H, sinele rooms; front; sunny;
ga3; b^th; iJ7. $10 and $25.
3larket street.
7Q7 MARKET— ELEGANT SUNNY FRONT !
IO» bay-window suiti-6: single rooms, *2 per
week up.
MARKET, COR. BTOCKTON— OFFICES
OOKJ for physician; most cent K.lly located.
"\rOSEMITK aOUfci 1043 MARKET. BET.
X Sixth and "-Seventh— Singla mid suites; per
night. Jsc to ifl; w«?k. $1 50 to §5: families.
TVlission Street.
f>-\ Q MISSION — NICF.LY FURNISHED SIN-
UIO gle rooms; 15ct0.50c por night; $1 to $2 a
week.
TTm Mrssrox— furnished rooms, sin- I
XX — X gle or en suite: reasonable.
UROPK HOUSE, HOT MISSION— NICELY
furnished rooms, sinirie or en suite; transients
O'Farrell Street.
4<)(\ O'FARRELL — NICELY FURNISHED
tt —\J room for 2 on sunny side, $10.
J oirell Street.
1 7 POWELL— 3 OR 4 NICE SUNNY FRONT
1 I rooms: miitablefor a club; partly furnUhed; >
near Stockwell's Theater.
Ol K'PO \V ; E I/Xi — RUNNY FURNISHED
_ LO rooms: $S and $10.
Second Street.
11C SECOND-GOOD SUNNY FRONT FUR- ;
Iltl nißhed rooms; very ebei
Seveuth Street.
1 07 SEVENTH— FURNISHED ROOMS FROM.
XO 1 $1 a week up; housekeeping; transient.
>>ix'h Street.
Oq SIXTH - THE HILLSDALE, RUNNY
OiJ rooms; single and ea suite; $1 tosl 50 a day. ■
"I AQ SIXTH— NICELY FURNISHED SUNNY
I( front rooms; easniteox single; $6 up.
9/19 111 -NI.WI.Y FURNISHED BOOMS:
_ 1_ single SI, double $\ 50.
Tenth Street.
IAQ TENTH— 2 NICE FURNISHED SUNNY
X\JO rooms: suitable for one or two gentlemen;
use of bath; hot and cold water: reasonable.
Third Street.
TITINCHESTER HOUSE— 44 THIRD, NEAR
'» Market; most convenient and respectable- 200
rooms 25c to $1 50 per night; *1 5O to $B per week; ''
electric lights in every room ; reading r*m ; free bus.' '
Turk Street.
M TURK— SUNNY ROOMS SINGLE AND
X t: en suite; suitable for manicure or alcoholic
baths. , .--;.•.,-;. :
AOTVI i ST.-SUNNY ~ SINGLE ROOM,
OrtO aath, gag, $4: private family. j
Van Ness Avenne.
P.AI VAN NESS AYE. -NICELY FUR- !
m/X nished gunny rooms; terms reasonable.
31i8cellaitcous. . ■',•:■.-.
POR RENT-TO 1 OR 2 GENTLEMEN,
x nicely furnished sunny front bay-window room;
s.l modern couveaießces: located .about 8 blocks i
lrom K(-arny and Market sts.: private family;
refer* nces reqalred. Address C. I)., box 1. Cv !
tpOB KKNr-To«.KNTI AX.NKKI.Y FUrI !
J nished sunny from bay-window room, private '
family; 8 blocks fmm Market and Kearny; refer- ■
cneeg. A.ldres.s X. Y. Z.. box 1. Cn.'l Office. '
BOAUXUNG AM» lIOO3IS.
TfiOß^^-^^ i'vTcTolir'EXCLUSlVK'i i
J V;' U holce sunny rooms: excellent board; I
qtaet; comfortable; references. . -^i:-^
IOHYDE-LAKiiK SINNY NICELY FUR-
-1 'J nished front rooms ; bath; gas; reasonable.
Til HYDK-SICELY FIR.MSHKI) NEAT
J I X a^id sunny rooms with board; $25 up.
\ LAMEDA; CHEBTNUT-ST. UTATIO«:
«ih n . nloßve : 2 sunny front rooms; fur-
nlslifed; board or not; private family.
T l ]. I *!* a bbotkfor'd; Froadway AND
.- ? Q . uletandhomellke charges moder-
ate: board optional: all cars direct.
74'J PINE -PLEASANT ROOMS; EXCEL-
I lent board: $20, g25 and $30 per inonthl
OfiC' EDDY - SUN.VV SUITES: SINGLE I
ar.d"(lii r ard: Bpeclal mes for breakfast
H W*. OBEBTLING.Ti * B U«H-OPENEI> AS
an ''' y ' lOtel: " Jfliran <*s given and required;
all mode- '1 coavrnlencei I
1 _■ mmmmm 1
STOBKB TO LIST.
rap iTs^^s^^^
QHOEMAKKR-SHOP TO LET • PARTY JUST
O moved oi.'; no opposition. 744 Fourth st. '
9999 M I S-lOK-BTOB I 1 x puw T-CLASS
ZLJjL condition for any business; cheap.
F" OR RENT ESTABLISHED CORNER OR(V-
eery-store, northeast corner Geary and Wll-
liam sts., near Taylor. ' M
<Pj 1 7 STOH! ROOMS; GOOD FOR TAILOR"
<g>X I . pAoe oraress maker. 90flFolgon,, nr. 6tb!
FOR ifW- CORNER GROCERY;' NW* COR.
X Kearny and Broadway: $50; good stand.
OVFICKII TO LET.
KkSirable furnTshei) office os
XJ .Varitets'.: rent cheap. Apply r. 7, 1 10.-dbidg.
ELEGANT OFFICES I.N NEW" SPRECKfTIs
building, 926 Market: rents low; no extra
charge for gas, janitor services or heaiiuc. Adulv
at building or G. H. UMBSKN <fc CO., 14 Montg. St.
STOKAOJS ~~~ "~
SU OF FUBSUTU PUIKOS, HOU8 1 -
O hold goods, etc. J. M. PIEP.CE, 735 Market st.
WILBON BROTHERS. 1710 MARKET-
Storage; low rates; telephone South 762. .
I KST-C LASS STORAGE ; ADVANCES MAD?
42 1-423 Market »t. CHAB. L. TAYLOR.
BICVCI.ES.
ARK CYCLERY-^NEWWBEELS^TO LETV
best accommodations. Terminus Geary. Mc-
Allister aud I'owell at. car lines,
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, FIRDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1895.
PERSONALS.
\\ r '.XTED — INFOCRIJATIbK OF " TIIOMAS
»» TUNNEY; last heard from at Tombstone,
Arlr- Add. MIIS. TUXA'KY, 1063^ Howard. S.F.
<l.>() HOWARD— TO-NIGHT, PSYCII6METR"Y
OOP and miscellaneous lectures. ' I>rB. Bu rgess.
PAINTER, ITENER", PAPER-HA*NGER,
X with plenty tools, will work cheap by day or
contract. Call or address 1 630 Edd y st. ; 'store. •
DR. AGNES WINZELLT THK WOHLD-RE-
nowned electrician: otiice Rubs House; elec-
trlclty cures, medicine kills; consultation free.
ARTNER WANTED bs a 50-ACRE
X tract, 15 miles from Oakland, to start a poultry
ranch and farm; everything hanclv; requires
about $500; lady orgentleman. D. D.,b0.-i: 75, Call
Oilk-e, Oakland. . .--..;■•;•>-: .
EAFN LOST HEARING RESTORED; A
ptTiVot invisible device: book free.. F. F.
FINLAY, 10 California and 913 Post s:s., S. F.
7C cents pjsb DOZEN ' FOR CABINETS,
<*J full lengtb. Oodena Art Studio, 10 RiTtli st.
SCHOOL OF MAGAZINE AND NEWSPAPER
0 illustration— lnstructors: J. H. E. Purtington.
Gertmde Partingion of the Examiner and R. L.
Partlngton of ThkCai.l. Apply or address 424 Pine.
fJIHE KCONOMY," 40 SIXTH ST., UET. MAR-
X ket and Mission (old No. 46)— Millinery. cheap-
est house in the cfty;stylish trimmed hats", $2: hats
trimmed, 25c;hats pressed, 2ic;teathMS curled, sc.
WALDO W. C.-YOUR MOTHER BEGS FOB
'» your address; important news and money for
jou.
INAN, 111 STOCKTON ST.; ?10 IMPORTED
hats; stvlieh trimmed hats reasonable. !
I>IANO, FRENCH, GE'.IMAX' V ATE OR
■ classes, taught. MISS BLOCK, 200 Franklin.
MIMEOGRAPH, TYPEWRITER AND OF-
flce supplies; all classes of typewritten aud
mimeograph work promptly done; typewriter rib-
bons. $B doz., jrunranieed. ANNA C. BUSTEEDE,
phono— Main, 5807; 630 Market.
SINGLE BOTTLE OF SMITH'S DAN'Di: r
| O pom.ule Is guaranteed to cure any case of dantl- '
ruff or falling hair or money refunded: .uever
k nown to fail ; try it. By all druggists, prico $1, or
SMITH BROS., Fresno, Cal. •
QECON D-H A NI» WELL AS NEW BARS,
0 showcases, counters, shelvings, mirrors, desks,
safes, chairs, scales, ef., and a very large a:oek of
I them, too; he sure and see stock and gei prices be-
I fore going elsewhere. J. NOON'aN, 1017, 1019,
j 1021. 1023 Mission St.. above obcth.
OLD BUILDINGS BOUGHT AND SOLD;
store fixtures, doors, windows, lumber, pipe,
<? tc. cheap. Yard 1 106 Mission St., near Eighth.
I CAN LOAN YOUR MONEY ON KST
mortgaie security, city property, in sums of
$100 to 85000 or more, at 7 per cunt per annum
net (payable monthly or seiui-nnmtaUy/; borrow-
ers will pay mortgage tax: security Maranteed;
referenced given. W. MATTHEWS, 402 Mont-
gomery st., room 18.
H I M N!: V EKP— ADDKKSS J. BISHOP,
V 823 Market. Phone Main 441 at C. BROWN'S.
I>USINESS RECORDS WRITTEN DURING
XJ or aftr-r business hours; individual and part-
nership and neglected accounts adjusted; corre-
spondence German and Knzlisli. Address S. P.
MIDDLETOM & CO., 20 Montgomery st.
LADIES. BUY YOU FDR CAPES DIRECT
from COLOM BAT'S Fringe Manufactory, 11»
O'Farrell st. ; old-style furs aitexed.
JN. POWELL, DKNTIBT, REMOVED TO
- Young Men's Christian Association building.
1 flfUl BUSINESS CARDS,SI SO ; SENT FREJC,
J \J\.f\J city or country. HILL, 724 V Market st.
] T7ILECTRICLIGHTS IN EVERy\kOOM-VVIN-
! XJ Chester Jlouse, 44 Third, nent' Market; 200
rooms, 25c to tfl &0 per nixht; $1 50 to $t) per
weok: iree bus to and from the ferry. .
HAIRS 'REMOVED BY ELEfTF.ICTT V I'A IN-
XX lessly; busts enlarged; freckles, wrinkles and
' o;iicr facial blemishes removed; we guarautee
! satisfaction. MME. KAUKOVV, Woman's Dlg-
pensary, 1208 Market at.
HXIRDRESSING. 20c. ANY STYLE: KSTAB-
iisned In 1869: natural curly front-pieco and
Orst-closs switch for $1 each. BERTHA SFTTZ,
lllStocKton st. ; strictly one price only. ■
ALL PAINS CUBEt) BY NATD'.Ai, HAO-
netlc and electric healing. MRS. HILL, 215*^
i Mason st.
1 pOLLECTING. TRACING, S!IAT«)'.VI.\r, AM)
\J locating at GRAHAM'S Agency. 330 line st.
MACHINE WHITE WASH ; f CONIHACTS
taken; whitewashing and tree-spray Ing: rooms
i ■ yvhlteneil. ;?1 up. 1560 Market st., near Hayes.
Ci W. Mo;)KE. M.D., 1400 VAN KEHS aVeII
/'. cor. Bush: apartments for patients.
ADVICE JFREE; DIVORCE AND PROBATE
laws a specialty; suits, Superior, J«»tfce n.vl
Police Courts: terms reas'inab'e; collections, etc. G.
W. HOWE. att'y-at-law. 850 Market, cor. Stockton.
| LL lai'll-s WHO i;i;»r. BIOYOLKS, <, ,t
xv your suU3 to order at HUTT'S, 212 Mason st.
•MTALTZ GUARANTEED; PKIVATK OB I V "
»' class. PROF. FOSTER'S Daiicing School,
997 Market st. ; '
| ,\ dvice free— marriage LAWS. acci-
' tt dent cases. McCABE, Attorney, 1027 Market.
C=l «i~s uiTs TO orlJerTsample""by mailT
1 <PX^ NEUHAUS. Merchant Tailor, 115 Kearny.
Ir>INK srils, «16; DBEBS PANTS, *4 75T
llisfit l.ftliintf Parlors, 435 Montgomery st.
ONK ;vfORK~CUT— . . ... .. . T. ~,
oak Roll Top De5k5.....;.;;... ;...;.$l4 to $35
; Oak- Chiffoniers From $10 up
I Oak Bed Sets 17 50 up
j Oilcloths arid I.iuoleums 30c up
| Stoves and Ranges- «3 up
Thousands of bargains. We keep everything.
Cash or time payments. J. NOON'AN,
1017-1019-1021-1023 Mission st.. above sixth.
I pLOAjp» UAPgS AN li MU^Ta HETA ILKdTvT
I \J mfrs' cost. Factory, l! 0 Sansome s:., upstairs.
OLD GOLD, HILVER, GENTS' AND LADIEF
clothinsr bouc!u. COLMAN, 41 Third st.
TITINDjOW SHADES M .\Ni: FACTUI'.KIi TO
'T order h'- WILLIAM SICPHUN. 1185 Market.
A WEE K'S NEWS FOR 8 CENTS—
WEEKLY CALL, In wraoper. for mailing.
; UKESSJIAKEIIS.
DREssk< CUT AND FITTED, S; DREBSEB
populiir prices: rngagpmrnts by day. 11 Geary.
' *^^ — M^ — — tmm m»
CLAIBVOYANTS.
"T^WA-A-A- *
-"X PROF. F. EUGENE. • .
PROF. F. EUGENE.
HAS REDUCED HIS PRICE $1 AND UPWARD
HE WISE. BK WISE. BE WISE.
KNOWLEDGE IS POWER.
Remain not In darkness and ignorance, but seek
the light ot wisdom and learn what the future holds
i for you. His parlors continue to be the point of
great attraction. All are pleased with hi» readings.
Consult him aud secure the Good Luck charm.
PROF. EUGENK,
1320 Market St., parlors 9 and 10.
GYPSY QUEEN RETUBRED; SHE WILL BE
plr-ased to sp« her frieuds and patrons; consult
1 her at once on. airs of love and business. Parlor
j 2, 865 V's Market st. -'. :<
ETHEL GRAY, CARD RE A D KA N D PA LM -
ist, reciovcd to 1031 Market St., parlors 1
: and 2.
j PKKSENT. PABT AND FUTURE, 25c. MME.
I X LEOQETTE, 311 Tehama st., near Fourth.
MME. BAVENA RETITnNED: BITB DAILY;
names Kiven,2sc up. 828Howard,bet.4th&o<.h.
pLAJRVOYANT AND LIFE BEADEH.";
XJ ladis»26e 230 Clara St., bet. Fifth and SiMii.
MMX. arndt. I'.Ksr (JKI.T.IAN FOIiTINK
teller: only 25c and 50c: show yon tin- picture
of j-our future husband or wife. 724 Harrison st.
MME. DR. THOMAS, SCIENTIFIC RKVEAI
< r by eggs and cards: tells entire life, past, I
present, future: consultations en all affairs: Doth- .
ing excepted; names given: good advice: sure ,
help: restores lost, love by sympathy; mistake Im-
: possible; fee yi; letter $2. 920 Post St., nr. liqrkln.
M~ "ml<:.moreau,world-rkno\vnjj:dir'an
cc medium; 25c up. 764 Howard, st., in front.
PliOF. LEON. PALMIST, ciairvoya
life-reader. 533 Post: 10 to.B d::ily: also Sunday.
'X UGUSTA I.EOLA, FORTUNE TKLXKIIT
i -ex. ma<lo charms; lore tokens; true picture o(
future wife and husband: teaches forlune-lelllne;
develops clairvoyance, state writing, etc. ; has the I
seven holy seals and the Palestine wonder charm;
fee 81 iin<l iitMvarri. "3 Mission, nr. Twentlatii. t
U A JLISM.
Ri£ "FULTON. MATEKIALIKINU SEANCE
to-night, 50c; sittings dally, By. m. 31 Fell st.
IF YOU ABE IN TROUBLE AND NEED ai»
vie call uion ADDIK SWAIN, aura', seer. 105
c.iton st.; questions answered.
MKS. MAYO STKKKS. TIiANCK MEDIUM;
circles Sun., Tues., Frl., 8 r. »r.: Thurs., 2
p. M.: r"adings, 10 to 4. 101 Grove st.; cor. Polk.
ASTUOLOGV. ~~ "~"
D" R. MEAD A NSWER.H A LL QUESTIONS BY
planets from date of birth. 737 Market, r. 10.
STRAL SEER— PROF. llol.M ks. 11 SCOTT
St.; horoiicopea, questions, stocks, ad vlcj*.
LOST.
L^6^t^gold"locket, monogram "n. 1
on back; also contains picture of owner and
wife. Finder will recelvereward- by returning to
San Rafael Express, 329 East st.
L~ OST— B UNCH OF KKYS (ABOUT 6 KEYS),
on Howard St., bet. Third and Fourth, a!on*
Fourth to Miss-on. to Fifth: reward. 858 Miswlop.
OST— SEPT."2B, LADIES' H U N T LNG-C AS
J gold watch; monogram "M. M."oncase. Please
return to this office; reward.
LOST — CONTRACT WITH SIGNATURE'S".
Liberal reward for return to HARNEY, 916
Market, room 45. . ■ - - •
J OST-TUKtfDAY, LLEWELLYN 1'IITV: 8
XJ months old. A. WILKIE, Mechanics' mills,
Fremont aud Mission: reward.
OST— OCT. 2, BEETHOVEN HALL, KYE-
glasses. Finder please return to 512 Oakr st.
OST OR STOLEN FROM 773y a FOLSOM ST.
to 215 Kleventh— 2 Baltic seal capes on Mon-
day, bept. SO. Finder will be suitably rewarded by
returning to 215 Eleventh st.
STOLEN— JAPANESE PUG. BLACK AND
O white, at 2208 Powell st. ; must be returned:
tag number 1479. .
Ii ST SEPT. 30; ENGLISH PUG: LICENSE
-i tug No. 1 887. Return to 937 a Golden Gate aye.
and receive reward. ■
OST— A PASSBOOK WITH THE HIBERNIA
Savings and Loan Hoclety of San Francisco, In
the name Of MAGDALENA OILGENKRANTZ,
1 No. 196.164. The. finder will cleaas return tobnnk.
PROPOSALS.
UPPLIES" 1 "-'" "~~~- iiiT
FOR THE
NAPA STATE ASYLUM FOR THE INSANE,
COMMENCING NOVEMBER 1,1895,
AND ENDING MAY 1, 1896.
. Notice is hereby given that sealed proposals will
be received at the office of the Secretary of the
Board of Trustees of the Napa ■ State Asylum for
the Insane up to 11 o'clock a. m., and at the Napa
Asylum until 12 o'clock noon of
SATURDAY. OCTOBER 19, 1895, "
(Asylum Time)
For furnishine supplies for said ■ asylum for the six
months commencing November 1. 1895, and end-
Ipg May 1, 1896. Said supplies consisting of. the
following schedule, and to be delivered as ordered:
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS.
IS.OOO its. S r.Sujjar.
5000 lbs. <; c Sngar.
15.000 tbs. Fine Dry Uranulatod Sugar.
7500 lbs. Guatemala Coffee.
900 lbs. Java Coffee.
4UO lbs. Black Tea. . .
3000 lbs. Japan Tea.
250 lbs. Japan Tea (l-tt>. papers).
12.000 H)3. Dairy Salt.
600 lbs. Duryea's Laundry Starch. . ■
160 lbs. Dnrvea's cornstarch.
10.000 lbs. White Beans (new crop).
4500 lbs. China Rice, No. 1. '
1200 lbs. Chewing Tobacco— Horseshoe or Star.
fcOO lbs. SmokUtg Tobacco— W. F. Blackwell <fc
Co.'s Bullhead Durham (1-lb. packages).
12,000 lbs. Bal Soda. . 1
: 800 lbs. Chicory.
2200 lbs. Extra Soda Crackers stamped with
manufacturer's name (net weight).
SO tt>B. Fine Hominy (10-li>. sacks).
1000 lbs. Dried Currants.
250 Ihs Baking l'owder- Pioneer or Golden Gate
(5-lb. tins).
. 25i»0 gals. Syrup— ffolden. " *■. :':';-'.>:
950 gals. W ine Vinegar (40 degrees test).
300 gals. Mixed Pickles (So. 2).
60 gals. Winter Strained Lard Oil.
350 t-als. Coal Oil (150 degrees test).
6 doz. Dottles Olive Oil (qts.)— Cjroase A Blackweil.
10 doz. ' bottles Worcestershire Sauce— &
. Perrin's (pints).
6 doz. bottles Pepper Sauce.
6 doz. Mop Handles (.combination).
45 doz. Bath Brick.
6 do/., caaa Mnstard (2J/£-lb cans).
6 doz. cans Pepper (2Vsr'l» cans).
BO doz. eau siring He:u>s.
80 dOS. cans TonKi' (standard).
70 doz. can 3 Green Corn (Winslow's).
50 dos. cans (ireen Peas.
50 doz. cuns Aprico.s.
' 60 doz. cans Oysters (12 oz.)
12 bxs. >lHc.T.roiii cNo. 1 Whlt*», 15-tb boxes net).
8 bss. Vermicelli (No. 1 While, 15-lh boxes net)
400 lbs. Sairo.
1000 lU.Murk'Ti'l ( ffa 1, Vs bbls.) catch of 1895.
40 lbs. Stcaric W»x ( iMicllf-s (20-lb boxes, lfl-oz.)
40 grass Three Noes KCalCllM (Diamond Mi»tch
Conipanv). - .;■• t
2000 ibs. Dried App'es (No. 1 sliced.)
4000 Ibs. Drie.f Prunes (80 to 90 to the tb.)
20i> lbs. Nuremberg Bluing (La A CR, y*-tt>
boxes.
500 tbs. Rock Salt.
250 Ihs. Tapioca.
250 n.s. Split tVas.
126 1U«. Farina.
125 lbs. Pearl Barley.
50 lbs. White Pepper (1-tb cans.)
60 lbs. White Wax.
■ t>o gals, olives, No. 1 Queen, full measure (5-ga
kPKs).
8 gross Clay Pipes. T D.
SALT MEATS.
1300 lbs. Bacon, extra light.
6000 tbs. Extra Clear >alt Pork.
ALK.
70 doz. Albion Ale, quarts.
DRY GOODS.
1300 yds. Cortlis Mill Tick No. 3.
3000 yds. Utica Sheetißs, 58-In.
.100 yds. Pe<;i:O; Bleached Cotton, 6-4.
800 yiis. Pequor. Blenched Co:ton. 7-4.
80 yds. Pefiuot Bieoched Cotton. 8-4.
1000 yds. Park Mill* Check, 4-4, No. 90.
400 yus. Table Linen.
17iK)yds. Indian Head (unbleached).
ibOOyrts. RiiSKlan Crush.
1200 yds. Grny Flannel.
100 yOB. COCSftt Jcnns.
MuM yds. Canton Flannel.
2&00 yds. \ moskeng sheeting.
800 lonsclale Muslin.
100 yds. Duck No. t?, 1 ard wide). -*
1500 yds. Blue Denims.
.*>i"<i yds. AmostceH : i.i:iK!iam.
200 yds. MiiiiH-r Sbeetlng (1 yard wide).
200 yds. Oilcloth, 5-4.
45 doz. Ladies'llose.
250 t'.ciz. Cotton Threads, Coat's or Clark's.
25 doz. Cnblearhed liuck Towels (18 35).
6 doz. Whit« Bedspread*.
10 doz. Handkerchiefs. Ladies' White Cotton.
30 rioz. Ha:nikercliie.B, Men's Turkey Red.
120 yds. Black alico.
100 yds. Co ored Cjn.on I-'lannel.
800 yds. BeverMilMta.
i!) jiieces Mosquito Bar.
50 EbS. Knii:i::-r Couo.-i-Pe.xters.
4% M Mlllward'H needles.
25 <!or.. IV.ri'T Pins, Kagle.
lOcloz. StidT hlmhles.
4 iloz. Corset Steals.
4 doz. Safety Pins. No. 1-2.
5 dos. papers Hairpins. Kirhv. Beard <fc Co.
16 gross Colorvd Agate Buttons, No. 40.
SO cross White Aga;e Buttons, No. 40. 50.
80 tfross White A Bate Luiious, No. 20, 30.
90 ; ro.s Pants Hut tons, suspenders.
(SO gross Pants Buttons, front. ■
30 irn<a Black Barn Bin tons, coat.
15 gross Black Horn Buttons, vest.
10 doz. Panis Ruckles, black and white.
IB doz. Llwri Thread, Msir-ihall's black and white
80 Iloz; Clark's Mile. End Cbttou Thread, 800
yards to the sj>©ot.
32 doz. Cotton Tape, tyfc.
CL' (THING AND HATS.
70 doz. Cottou Naped Shirts— neck 15 to 17
inches; brrast 44 Inches: length of sleeves 25
inches: length of shirt 34 Inches.
2SO do?., pairs socks.
60 doz. Wool Hats. .
CODFISH. - ■
6000 lbs. Codfish— whole selected, 100 boxes, to
run 18 iish or less to the box : catch of 1895.
FRKSH FISH.
15,000 lbs. Fresh Fish, No. 1. Bidders to desie-
nate the kind of tish. h
BLANKETS.
200 pairs Gray Blankets. Bidders to furnish
samples.
75 pairs White Blankets. Bidders to furnish
samples.
SHOKS AND SLIPPERS.
35 doz. pairs Brogans, No. 6 to 11 InclnMve.
H5 doz. pairs siijiL-or.s. No. 3to 1 1 inclusive.
6 doz. pairs Laced Gaiters. No. 3 to 8 inclusive.
POTATOES.
170.000 lbs. Potatoes. No. 1.
BROOMK AND BRUSHE&
4 doz. Whisk Brooms (3 MtrinK).
6 dos. ounter Hruslies (8c).
4 doz. 11 air Floor Brushes, 16 inches.
4 doz. Shoe Brunbes, No. 16.
14 doz. Hand Scrub Brushes, No. 3.
1 doz. I.ar,;e Dry Scrub Brushes.
BUTfKR, EGGS AND CHEKSE.
5500 doz. Begs, fresh California ranch.
25,000 lbs. Fresh Roll Butter (fancy dairy).
600 lbs. Cheese— Call ornla: fancy flats.
HAMS.
3500 Ibs. Hams. Bidders to state brands.
FRESH BEEF, MrTTON, KTC.
160 000 tbs. Fresh No. 1 Steer Beef.
12.000 lbs. Mutton, No. 1. ;•;
200 lbs. Sausage, No. 1.
FLOUR, GRAIN, ETC.
1100 bbls Flour, baker's extra.
40C0 Its. Oat Meal.
5000 tbs. Corn Meal.
14.000 lbs. Cracked Wheat,
800 ttis. Graham Flour.
33,000 lbs. Rolled Barley.
lmijOii Ibs. Brnn.
5 bbls Rolled Oats.
COAL.
400 tons Gas oal. 2240 tbs. to Ihe ton. ii ";" -:
800 tons Coal, 2240 Ibs. to ihe ton, to be delivered
on the asylum v.hurf.
Bidders are required to specify trjp kind of coal
by namtriK the mine from which it is taken or
I usin«; the name by which It is designated In
j commerce.
Bids will be received for each c!h»s.
The above-named articles are all to be of the
best qualities, subject to the approval of the
l{e«ldent Physician, and to be delivered at the
Asylum at such tunes and in mich quantities as he
may df-sire. And it is expressly understmd that If
a grcaleror loss quantity of any article thap above
mentioned shall r»<j Hired by the Kesideri! Physi-
cian the tame shall be furnished by the contractor
at the contract price. ..
'1 he contracts will be awarded to the lowest re- 1
! sponsible blddirs. and no bid will he received or
I considered unless accompanied with a certified
; check for at least 10 per cent of the asyrregnte
amount of the bid. Said checic to be made ul.le
to O. B. SKELEY, and to be returned 10 the bidder
In case of the rejection of his birt, or, If his bid shall
be accepted, then to be returned to the bidder on
his filing a j>ro;>«r bond for the faithful perform-
ance of the contract with the Bo«rd of Trustees,
within five days after the award shall have been
made, otherwise said check to be collected and the
proceeds paid to the use of said Asylum,
Scparat« bids will be received for:
groceries A XI) PROVISIONS,
: coal.
flour, grain, etc., ■;*.
SHOKS AND slippers, s !
butter. eggs AND cheese,
clothing and HAT s,
ALK,
•POTATOES.
FRESH BBBF, SAUSAGE AND MUTTON,
DRY GOODS,
15 10M SAND BRUSHES,
HAMS.
CODFISH.
FRESH FISH,
SALT MEATS,
BLANKETS.
(K\S COAU
The Board reserves tho right of rejecting any or
all bids.
Payments to be made monthly in cash , whe
there is money In the State Treasury for such pay-
ments, and when there ■is uo money in the, treas-
ury payments to be made out of the first money in
the treasury applicable for that purpose. '
Bids 10 be addressed to C. B. SEELE Y. Secretary
of the Board of Trustees of the Nnpa State Asylum
for the Insane, and Indorsed on the envelope,
"Proposals for Furnishing Supplies."
Samples of articles, showing the character and
quality thereof required, may he seen at the store-
room of the Asylum. . .
Th c attention of hldders is called to the following
section from the Political Code of the State:
Section 3235. No supplies of any kind or char-
acter "for the benefit of the State, or to b.' paid
for by any moneys appropriated or to bo appro-
priated by the State," manufactured or grown in
this State which ore In whole or in part the prod-
uct of .Mongolian labor, shall be purchased by the
oflicjals for the Slate, having the control of any pub-
lic institution under the control of the State, or of
any county, city and county, city or town thereof.
In order to preserve uniformity and facilitate
the award, It has been resolved to receive no bifls
unless made upon blanjt forms furnished by the
Secretary. , , ■
By order of the Board of Trustees of ' the N,apa
State Asylum for the Insane." ' ' >
Dated Napa, Sept. 14. 1895.
* . ... :; C.B.SEELEY, Secretary.
S£? V REAt< ESTATE.
BARGAINS FOR CASH. T"~ ~*~ >
J-> $55 each— lo lots south of Golden Gate Park.
$tis each— 3 lots south of GoJden Gate Park.
; $75 each— 2 lots south of Golden Gate Park. '."■.,':
980 each— lots south of Golden Gate Park.
*90 eacb— 4 lots in Gift Map 2.
. $100 each— 2 lots in Gift Map 2.
C. F. MOORE, Real Estate Owner, 935 Market
St.: room 4.
CJl7S|| $1000 CAN REMAIN ON MORT-
<JPX lOV'.gage: 1-story cottage andlot,77:6x
56; off Sacramento st., bet. Leavenworth and
Hyde. CHAS. FISIIKR, 607 California St. ;
FINE COTTAGE H OME: 310 COJTOO ST.,
Sunnyside. Seeowaer, 310 Congo st.
MONEY '
LOANED ON REAL ESTATE
AT LOWEST MARKET
KATES. .
BORROWERS ACCOMMODATED AT
SHORT NOTICE BY THE
CALIFORNIA
TITLE INSURANCE AND TRUST COMPANY.
OFFICE— MILLS BUILDING.
L. R. ELLERT, MANAGER. . '.
CTJ O 9 P. : 1 BLOCK FROM CARS: NEA R
*JP»JZ.c>. new race track: Barney Farley's. Ad-
dress Owner, box 163, Call Office.
Qi (I C\(\(\ Choice corner IN HAVES
(JIU.WU. Valley. 3 blocks from Market
street; good income: lot 27:6x120 to rearstreet:
3 frontages. ■ . : •-■
Chenpest lot on north side of Park Pan
handle; size 25x137:6: cull at office for particulars.
$3250— Flats rented for $32 per month on a
prominent corner on Jones street. ■ : .;••:'
• Money to loan on outside lots aud blocks, city
and country real estate.
•:•.-' J. W. WRIGHT <S CO.,
• ■ ■ ' ; 628 Market street.
TTOUSE.S BUILTSISO TO 5275 A ROOM; CALL
-LJ. and examine lans. 1149 Mission st.
<sl9Jnn MODERN COTTAGE OF 8 ROOMS
ijpw^UV'i and bath: high basement: cement
sidewalk: all in fine condition; od York at.: lot
25x100: $1000 cash. See W. K. C 3 Polkst.,Clty.
COU^TIIY KEAL ESTATE.
pOODFARM NEAR THIS CITY, ALAMEDA
I County; 100 acres, all level and highly pro-
ductive land; will grow anything: jart alfalfa;
good farm improvenif nts: family orchard and
vineyard: stock, feed and Implements; ready lor !
possession; 2 miles from station: 36 miles from
tins city; 3 trains each way daily: this valuable
property will be sold as low as $90 per acre; here-
tofore was offered 9140 per acre; good reasons
for selling. ALBERT E. CRANE, 410 Montgom-
ery st.
RCHARD FOR SALE— 7OOO BEARING
trees: fine improvements: horses and farming
implements: $IGO per acre: Vfe cash, balance long
time. Address B. A., box 59, this office.
IpOR SALE— I 7 ACKKS; MOUNTAIN RANCH;
well improved; full-bearing trees and vines;
house, stock, implements; close in town; $1500;
no agents. Address Owner, box 48, this office.
Q99H ACHES SAN BENITO COUNTY; 16
*-'•— -" miles from railroad: elegant stock or hog
ranch; ulsofiuit; well watered, well fenced: prac-
tically no waste land; trade or sell. C. K. KING,
9U2 Broadway, Oakland. •
OOK KHKK: ILLUSTRATED: $4 AN ACRE
up. M. GRIFFIN. Cottonwood, Shasta Co., Cal.
Mi ST BE SOLD— ONE OF THE BEST LO-
cated 160-acre ranches in Lake County: 14
mile- from Clear Lake, with plenty running water:
100 acres improved: 5-room house: pLenty timber:
$2500; time to sulton paymeuts. W. L. FOSTER,
Kelseyvllle, Lake County, Cnl.
Hi UU\ At;R E* WKLL ~W ATERKD, W ITII IN
\J\J\J\J 50 miles of San Francisco, to lease cheap,
A. M. SPECK <V CO.. 602 Market St.
SEND FOR OUR LIST OF oIICHARD HOMES |
tor sale. WOOSTKB .v WHITTON, San Jose.
4 TO 8 ACRE CHICKEN RANCHES ON 10
years' credit. D. H.TWIXG. Sonoma City.Cal. i
THE ELECTRIC CARNIVAL AT SACRA-
mento was the cra:i:lest success of the as*-'.
The el ectrte power Is artdln? hp-.v life io Sacra-
mento, and rroperty there is selling more rapidly
than at any OLher point in the State outside of Los i
Anceles.
We are offering lots in South Sacramento and !
Oak' ParK. an ertdltion to the city connected by the i
electric railroad: over 100 houses have been built ;
in this nourishing suburb within 2 years: lots are
selling at the rate of t> a week.
Prices ranse from $200 i 0.*326 for lots 40x150, !
an<! from ,f 30it to fSOO Jor half-acre lots.
Terms on lots are $10 down and $10 per month
at 7 per cent: on half-acre tracts, $i!& down and
$10 per month at 7 cent.
Parties who purchased 2 years ago are getting 25
per cent advance: if you want a sure investment
in whicli you can make pood interest upon your
money hiiy some of these lots.
Inquire of EDWIN K. AL^IPA CO.,
9 Rotunda, Mills building, San Francisco.
A HUNTER'S PARADISE AND HOG AND
XV dnck ranch ; 92 acnes tule. 10 acres hard lnnd, j
in the heart of the SM»twma marsh : creeks on 3 ;
sloes; 2 duck-ponds: fresli water: 1 mile from 2 !
stations: gocd landing. D. H. TWING, Sonoma i
City. Cal.
A WEEK'S NEWS FOR 5 CENTS — THE 1
- »|- *' 1-i.klA' CALL, in wrapper, for mailinc. ■ ■
MOSKY TO LO.U>.
d&OfIAA TO LOAN'*AT~9 PER CBNT ON
(|>iiUW real estate. J. F. OKOSETT, 628
Sacramento st.
ANY I M OF MONEY ON WATCHES, DlA-
monds, jewelry, sealskins: highest price paid
for old gold, sllvpr; busiiK-ss strictly privste: pos-
tal orders attended to. Western Loan Office, 7 4th.
"VTO COMMISSION AND NO CHARGE FOR
-l-> makinir out papers; come direct to loaner on
your furniture and pianos; city aud Oakland; low
est rate.',, without removing. 418 EJlts, room 22.
OTRICTLY PRIVATE LOAN OFFICES. 850
O Market, cor.stockton.rms. 17 and 18,nrst floor:
establiiilied 30 years: always open. "Uncle Bill."
NY SUM: FIB.ST OR "second MORT-
gages, estates; no delay. MURPHY, 628 Mkt.
RATO 60 cy.NTs PER MONTH FOR EACH
O\r *](Hi. accordinc: to security: any sum: also i
second mortgages. J. o. R., box 87, Call.
lOANS jON REAL ESTATE ISTAND 2ND
■i mortgages, undivided interests, estates: and
on furniture or pianos, without removal, In Sau
Francisco, Oakland, Berkeley or Alamerla; any
amount: lowest rates: ull busint*w confidential.
Call or write to BECKEK. 240 Montgomery st.
IrrORBY LA'ING"iDLeTwILL M AXE LOANS; I
l'l $5 per month interest on each $1000 irom |
$5000 up and 55 cemo per month interest on each
fIOO from --.00 up. L., box 6, Call Otnce.
LOANS ON FURNITURE AND PIANOS
J without removal. lii city aad Oakland: low In-
terest : dealings strictly private. 215 Powell st.
IAMONDS, PIANOS, FAMILY JEWELS;
high amounts advanced; perfect secrecy: low
interest; private entrance: gentlemanly attend-
ants. UNCLE HARRIS, 15 Grant aye.
MONEY ON "any BECWBITY: STRICTLY
private -.interest moderate. 126 Kearny st.,r. 39.
NY AMOUNT: 18T, 2D OK 3D MORTGAGES:
estates, undivided interc-sts, real estate iv pro-
bnn'. McCOLGAN, 131 Montgomery, room 1.
ON - ANY SI<.CUr7tY. AT LOW RATES;
dealings confidential. 4:; Croclcer building.
P. 1%. CITY, COUNTY AVJ) COLLATKItAL SE-
• '■.' corlUes. TKAVERS * LAMB, f>l2 California.
NY A.voi oT IIf)NKY"oN' WATCHES,
XX, diftmoeds, jewelry, sealskins, pianos, all vaiu-
abfes and securities: private office; Laslnt-ss con-
li.lfntial. < o'Uait la j,oan and Collateral onice
(Uicorpo rated), 9 Grant avc, 3 dcors troiu Marke;
MONEY LOANED ON .IKWKI.KY ANil
other valuables at. the Security Loan Office,
1 106 Market sl.,nr. Mason: private entrance 7 Turk.
BORROW MONEY ON : YbCK IMAMONDS,"
-L> jewelry, furniture aud pianus without removal; !
lowest rates. Call or write to HA Ills V N EL ift '
Co.. .Mills bldg. sth <lo»r. r 6: s'ricilv conHdantlal :
!—L . „ ••_•_.
ATTOHSEYiS-AT-IAW.
A"~Dvi(KV'KKK: iTrvORCE AN D PROBATE '
laws a specialty; auits, Superior, Justice and
Police Courts: terms reasonable; collections, etc
G.W.HOWH:, att'y-at-law, »50 Market.cor.Stocltton
JOHN R. AITKEN, ATTORNEY -AT-LAW, RS. :
. 16 and 17. 402 Montgomery st., cor. California.
WW..BAVIDSOS, ATTORNEY-AT-LA W. 420 I
'_»'__« California St., rms. 14-15: advice free. :
PHYSICIAXS.
EHKIMATI SM , ~N BIJEA£aiA».GQUT— sK£
J-t cial attention to these diseases. J. A. McDON-
ALI>, M.D., 1236 .Mnrk'-t St.: *J to 4, 7 to 8 P. m.
SHERIFF'S SALIiS.
HKTaKF^^^XLK^CjrATiLKS^^S! CApK
plaintiff, vs. E. F. W II Xl- I. Kit, defendant.
Sale— Justices' Court, No. 82.457, execution.
Under and by viitue of an execution, lssued out of
the Justice Court of the Ci.y and County gf San
Francisco. State of California, on the 4th day of
September, A. I>. 1895, in the above-entitled uctinn,
wherein CiIAKLKS s. CAl'l'. the above-named
plaintiff, obtained a judgment and execution awinsl
E. V. WHEKLKK, defendant, on the r. th day of
July, A. i>. 1895. which said judgment was
recorded in the clerk's office of said cour:. I am
commanded to sell all tne right, title and interest
of the above-named defendant, E. I-'. WHEELEK,
in and to all that certain lot, piece or parcel of land,
situate, lying, and beini? in the City and County of
San Francisco, State of California, uad bounded
and described as follows:
• Commencing on tiie southerly lino of McAllister
street at a point thereon distant one hundred and.
twelve tll2) feet and six (6) inches easterly from
the southeasterly corner of Filiraore and McAllis-
ter streets, running tlience easterly on said south-
erly line of McAllister street twenty-Hve (25)
feet; thence at a right angle southerlj' one hun-
dred (100) feet: thence at it rigat angle westerly
twenty-five (25) feet, and thence at a right auttle
northerly one hundred (100) feet to said southerly
line of McAllister street and the 'point of com-
mcncenu'nt, being a portion of Western Addition
block No. 'Mi'J.
Public notice is hereby gtven that on MONDAY,
the 7th day of October, A. D. 1895, at 12 o'clock,
noon, of. that day, in front of the New City Hall,
I.arkin-street wing, m the City and County of San
Francisco, I will, in obedience to sn!d execution,
sell all of the right, title and interest of the above-
named defendant, E. F. WHEKLKK, in and to the
above-described property, or so much thereof as
mar be necessary to raise sufllcient money to sat-
isfy said judgment, with interest and costs, e:c, to
the highest and best bidder, for lawful money of
the United States. •• ■
KICHABD I. WHELAN, Sheriff.
San Francisco, September 13, 189 ft.
W. W. DAVIDSON, 420 California street, rooms
14 and 15, Attorney for Plaintiff.
OAKLAND ADVERTISEMENTS
OFFICE— BROADWAY.
■ , OAKLAND RKAL .ESTATE.
A FORCED SALE— tI 450: COZY COTTAGES
-^»-|rooms, bath: lot 50.x fH): snburbiin; fronts elec-
tric Une near electric power-house: owner going
East. HUGH M. CAMERON, 479 Ninth st., Oak-
laud.
SACRIFICE — A BEAUTIFUL NBW AND
kJ well-appointed home at a sacrifice: 12 rooms;,
elegant grounds, 10-Jxlso: weil improved; fine
staole for 4 horses: windmill and tank: pure
artesian water, never failing; elevation 140 feet
above city base: beautiful scenic view of san
Francisco and the bay; must be sold at once:
several thousand dollars under cost: no reasonable
offer refused. Apply to E. W. WOODWARD, 1118
Broadway, or A. H. BREED <fe CO., 460 Ninih st
F. J. WOODWARD, 1118 Broadway, Oakland.
ffiJOOfTA value 93500. '■
*SE)^O\J\J. Must be sold this week: modern
cottage. 5 rooms, bath; lot 33 feet front: only 4
blocks from City Hall and local station: 5700 cash,
balance on mortgage. J. 6. MYERS, 1002 Broad-
way, Oakland. •-'.,:' '•■
C\A KLAND BUSINESS PROPERTY.
V.J $1000-25x100: vacant: all street work done.
92500—26x120; rents for $14: small outlay will
Increase to $35; the land is worth it.
.$17,000— finely improved corner: close in; pay-
ing 7 per cent. ;.
C. T. HAMILTON <fc CO., 484 Ninth St., Oak-
land.
drl 0(\ DOWN WILL SECI'RE YOU A HOME
C-LVM7 in Fruitvale; corner lot, 100x130: new
rooiiern cottage of 6 rooms, bath and laundry;
1 price $2550, in monthlr payments of s?ls or $50,
j as desired: only 12 minutes' walk from railroad
depot. J. S. JOHNSON, 463 Ninth st., Oakland
ftlftflA *"EW 0-ROOM COTTAGE: BATH;
tP-LUUU. cornerlot; 25x100; 1 block 23d-ave.
j station. McCLAIN «fc CO., 1105 23d aye., East
I Oakland.
ITVALE— BEST BARGAINS AND BEST
J-' terms ever offered; houses and vacant lots;
t streets all graded, sewered, etc.: In immediate
; neighborhood of Southern Pacific and electric-car
lines at Fruitvale station. To convince yourself
I call at our office on Putnam st., Fruitvale. Syndi-
-1 cate Investment Company, EDWARD DICK,
■ agent.
BI'SINKSW PROPERTY PAYINC 6TO 8 i'EH
CENT ON INVESTMENT, SOLD ON TERMS
TO SUIT.
Large list of choice residence property to be sold
to the highest bidder: 13 acres near Blair Park,
Nob Hill, Piedmont; 150 choice lots; 24 acres in
Fruitvale.
GOOD CHEAP RANCHES, close to Oakland.
ACRE TRACTS AND CHICKEN RANCHES.
110 acres: 25 acres close to Piedmont car line;
can subdivide; fine land; easy terms.
TJiKSK ARE SPECIAL BARGAINS.
Don't fail to see them.
E. E. BUNCE, 1008 Broadway, Oakland.
ARGE LISTS OF CHOICK HOMES; BEAU-
JLJ tlful residence property: 13 acres on Nob Hill,
Piedmont; nice tracts and ranches: bargains in
I lots: easy terms; send lor catalogues. E. E.
BUNCE, 1008 Broadway, Oakland.
t)l\ MONTHLY FOR 5.-ROOM COTTAGES;
<4P-£vJ plans free. F. BOEGLE. Golden Gate statn.
<fcl Z\(\ neabTthe altenheTmin
tii-ttJv/. Fruitvale: electric cars; only $1 down
1 and $1 3 week: selling fast; good improvements.
[ H. B. PINNEY. owner. it')-' Hrmidway, Oakland.
I OAKLAND FURNiTUStE i'OK SALE.
T7iURNITURE~AND CARPETS AT YOUR OWN
JT price. 11. SCIIELLHAAS. 408 Eleventh St.
B.KKKKLKX HISAii KSTATIS.
; "y"OU SHOULD SEE THAT PBBTTY? GOT-
j -I- tage near the university: electric-cars and
j railroad, all the latest Improvements and a bar-
; gain.
: House of 7 rooms on the sunny side of street; all
j street work done: cemented walks; only five mm
I utes' walk from university. Apply to JOSEPH J.
; MASON. Dwlght Wav station.
ALAMEDA ADVERTISEMENTS
OFFICE—I43S PARK STREET.
ALAMfcDA KKAL ESTATE.
(TjO^n 4-RO^^E^^OTTAIiE^W^TirLARGE
<£)UO\J. lot (worth alone $1100), on finished
! street; $150 cash. $25 a month. Property bought,
; sold, exchanged. J. H. YOUNG, 1243 Park St., Ala.
! ffi» 9 7 ~fk PIBO CASH: BALANCE SMA
j «ir*-lt^''. monthly instalLin"iits; modern cot-
! tage of 5 rooms and bath; large grounds in splen-
j did location.
$aooo— s2so cash; balance $30 ppr month: lot
' 60x1 40i modern house of 6 rooms and bata on one
I of the principal streets.
j A great bargain; fine residence situated on one of
our principal avenues; cost $11,000; must be sold at
one* at some price. JOSEPH A. LEONARD CO.,
: 1364 I'ark st.. Alameda.
ALAMEDA HOUSES TO LET.
oqi CENTRAL AVE7~~(^ r c7N^L~~STvP
Oul Neat cottage 6 rooms and hath; fine garden.
i STOCKTON ADVERTISEMENTS
I — _
STOCKTON" REAL ESTATE.
DR. OLIVER,
..; REAL ESTATE DEALER.
513 East Main St., Stockton.
I Owner of East Stockton and Brown's Additions;
I lots in these and other additions at $5 a month;
j no interest and no saxes; largest list of Inside prop-
erty of any dealer in Stockton: quick sales and
small profi's !s the motto of thia olh'ce.
E" SCALON has BEEN S&LKCTMD BY THE
directors of the S. F. and S. J. V. R. R. Co.
\ (Valley road) for the principal station in the south-
I eastern part of San Joaquin County and Is destined
1 to become at once the most important of all the
; stations on the line of the railroad on account of
: the vast bodies of rich, alluvial loam lands sur-
. rounding the town, every aero of which will be
sold with a perpetuul water ri^ht.
Take some of your money out. of the 4-per-cent
savings bank and Invest in this coming center of
j southeastern San Joaquin County.
i "For maps, descriptive matter, etc., address E. E.
I HAKLOWE <fe CO., 430 East Main St., Stockton,
California. . ■ .
SAHTA CURiTcOUNTY.
REAL ESTATE.
OANTA CLARA VALLEY LANDS.
19,000.acres in subdivisions for fruit planting.
Apply toC. H. PHILLIPS, proprietor.
-' ' 31 Santa Clara St., San Jose, Cal.
TBUSTEES* RALES. \
I rruusTEEs' salk.— lN ACCORDANCE with
; I the terms and under the authority of a certain
: deod of trust, duly executed by LOlls BRANDT
and ROSA UItAN'Dl 1 (his wife), parties of the first
: part, to UKN C. CAMPBELL and TIIADDEUS
R. KENT, Trustees, parties of the second part, and
the SAN FRANClSc>saVlN(.si:nion, party of
the third part, dated June 15, 1893, and recorded
iv the office of the County Recorder of the City
, and County of San Francisco, siate of California,
in L.her 1"<5» of Deeds, at pages 370 and following:
] and in pursunnee of 11 resolution passed on the 22d
; day of August, 1895. by the Board of Directors of
said SAN FRANCISCO SAVINOS UNION, a
[ corpomtion. ami the holder of t he note (No. 12,5.67),
to secure payment of which the aforesaid deed of
trust was executed, declaring. that default had
been made In the payment of the principal sum
j and other sums, due under said note and deed of
' trust, and r**qtiostins and directing said HKNRY
: C. CAMPBELL and THADDEUS B. KENT,
Trustees, to sell the real estate described therein
I to satisfy said indebtednt-ss. -
We. HENRY C. CAMPBELL and THADDEUS
j B. KENT, Trustees, do heri'bv give notice, that on
: TUESDAY, the Bth day of October, A. D. 189 ft,
j at 12 o'clock noon of that day, and at the auction
salesroom of EASTON, ELDRI DGE <& CO., No. 638
! Marke; street, in the City and County of San Fran-
I 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
situatein the City and County of San Francisco,
State of California, described as follows, to wit :
Commencing at tbe corner formed by the inter-
. section of the westerly line of Octavia street with
the northerly lino of Grove street, and running
thence westerly, along spid line of Grove Btreet,
fifty-five (55) leet: thence at right angles northerly
one hundred aud twenty (120) feet to the southerly
line of Birch street (or' avenue) : thence at right
angles easterly, along said line of Birch street (or
avenurt, fifty-five (55) feet, to its intersection wltn
the westerly line of Octavia sireet: and thence
southerly, along said line' of Octavia street, one ,
hundred and. twenty (120) feet, to the point of
commencement: „ . • , ■
. Being a portion of Western Addition Block num-
ber two hundred and seven (207).
'■■ Ti«;f iht-r with the. appurtenances.
TERMS OF SALE— Cash In Bold coin of the
United States: ten per cent payable to the under-
signed on the fall of the hammer, balance on de-
livery of deed ; and if not so pa!d, unless for want
of title (ten day.s being allowed for search), then
said ten per cent 10 be forfeited, aud the sale to be
void. Acts of sale at purchaser's expense.
HENRY C. CAMPBELL,! Tr]lltM
TIIADDEUS B. KKNT. lrnltw ' 1
TO LEASE.
THE DOW Di'TH E LAT K~W?~B? ISoLAN
'X would like to rent tbe Grove-st. Theater to a re-
liable party at a reasonable rent. Apply MADISOW
Bi'Kivl-.. ■• - ■■•■■ - •■■'■ - .
— — - to exchange.
W"* ant~ed"^o^x^hTn74e~cl^ar~~rea"l
estate for good team, wagon and harness. Ad-
dress Exchange, box 141, Call Office.
LATEST SHIPri>G INTELLIOKNCK.
Arrived.
- THURSDAY, October 3.
Schr John T> Tallant, ■ ,11 days from Port
Gamble: lumber, to Puget Sound Lumber Co.
Sail Ad. £€t£S
i THURSDAY, October 3.
Stmr Homer, Drisko, Coos Bay. „, ■ : - : '■'_'■
■ Domestic Ports.
j PORTBLAKELEY-ArrivedOct Bark Mer
cury, hence "ept 19. . ■ . .
DIAKUiAt-l. 'MOii^Siia.
. Licenses to marry -wero graatoJ yestsrla/ ai
i follows:
i Frank H. Doolittie and Rosa Hh°pr» -nl. 29—27.
' Robert H. Jones and Amelia Vienna, 22—21.
Paul Catsulis and Catherine Byrne, 31—28.
Flavins J. Akers and Bessie Scouler, 31—25. '
' - • ■ mVOKOE , SLITS JJKUUN.
Suits fox divorco were begun yesterday a^- fol-
lows: .
Margaret K. Brsdfori! against W. A. Bradford.
Carrie Myers attains! Andrew Myers.
DIVOKCKS (iEASTKD.
The following divorces were granted In the Sa-
{ perior Court yesterday :
Frances Zefl* from Georee D. Zelle: desertion.
' Mary J. McCarle iroju Samuel F. McCerle; ex-
trenif cruelty.
BIRTHS— MARRIAGES-DEATHS.
BORN.
GRANT— In Alameda, September 24, 1895. to the
wlf&of Rufus M. Gran:, a son: ■ :
HOARDON— this city, August 26, 1H95, to the
wife of John Hoardon, a daughter,
i McKEE— In this city. September 29, 1895, to the
wife of Clancy R. McKee, a. son.
MARCUS— In this city. October 1, 1895, to the
wife of Morris Marcus, a daughter.
ROHKE— September 29, 1895, to the wife of C. F.
Rohke, a daughter.
SCOTT— In East Oakland, September 30, 1896, to
the wife of J. B. Scott, a son. ■- ■.»-; -•: -%
HA9RIBD.
BARROWS— RITZAU— In this city, September
I 26, 1895, by the Rev. H. Gehrcke, Lewis D. Bar-
rows and Lillie Rltzan, both of San Francisco.
CHAPPELLK— HADKINSON-ln this city, Oc-
tober 1, 1895, by the Rev. Dr. W. W. Case,
Emannel S. Chappclle and Grace H. Hadkinson,
both of San Francisco.
HECKMANN— BEELER— In this city, October 3.
1895, by the Hey. n. Gehrcke, Hermann H.
Heckmann of San Francisco and Rose N. Beeler
, of Pixley, Tulare Coumy, Cal.
KELLEY— OAKES— In this city, October 1. 1895,
by the Rev. Dr. W. W. Case, James E. Kelley
j and Ida F. Oakes, both of San Francisco.
NICKERSON— FREE— In thisclty. September
1895, Charles R. Nlckerson and Birdie A. Free,
both of San Francisco.
NORTON-GORMAN-In Oakland, October 2,
1895, by the Rev. G. Thompson, G. P. Norton of
San Francisco and May Jeannette Gorman of
Oakland.
i WIN KLER— ARTHUR— In this city, October 1,
1895, by the Rev. C. O. Brown, D.D., E.T. Winkler
and Mrs. Sadie E. Arthur. . ■ '; .
DIEI>.
Barry, Elne McNamara, Edward
Bowman, Samuel Moresi, Fortunato
Burke, Frank J. Mason, <;» orge L.
Collins, Bartolomew Neupaeh, William C.
Dore, Maurice Seellger, Annie
Daly, William Spilman, Ada F.
Felix, Frederick Tanlere, Mrs. F. J. H.
Fay. Sarah ' Van Wagner, C. M.
Gumlich, Catherine Wheeler, CathPrtne
Hall, Herbert B. Williams, W, 11. O.
Kottemanu, Frederick Waldeler, Charles
Barry— in Oakland, October 2. 1895, Elne Barry,
a native of California, aced 7 month* and ti days.
BOWMAN— In this city, October 2, 1895, "-amuel
Bowman, a native of Entclanti, aged 58 years.
BURKE— In this city, October 2, 1895, Frank J..
beloved husband of Katfe 1". Kurke, fatherof
Emma. Frank, Eddie. Lucy and M.'.bei Burke,
and brother of William J. and J. P. Borke, Mrs.
George Kelly and Mrs. J. Kelly. a, native of Mil-
ford, Mass.. aged 42 years, | Boston and Milford
papers please copy. I
fitS"Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fuily Invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Friday), ut 2 o'clock p. m., from his late resi-
dence, northeast corner Valencia ami Twenty-
sixth streets.' Interment Mount Calvary Ceme-
tery.
COLLINS— In this city, October 3, 189.1, Bartholo-
mew, beloved brother Of Patrick, Dennis and
Michael Collins aud Mrs. S. O'Brien, a native Of
County Cork. Ireland, ftftd 40 years.
£7'Friends and acquaintances ;>r» reennni
fully invited to attend the funeral TO-MORROW
(Saturday), at 8:H0 o'clock a. m.. from the resi-
dence of h's sislfr, Mrs. s. O'Brien, Alabama
street, between Tweaty-ehtbtti and Twenty-
ninth, thence to St. Peter's Church, where a
requiem high mais will be celebrated for there-
pose of liis soul, commencing at 9 o'clock a. m.
Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.
DALY— In this city. - October 1. 1895, William
Daly, a native of England, aged 73 years.
DORE—lnthls city, October 3. 1895, Maurice
Dore. a native of .Ireland, a«i"l 75 years.
#iF"Friends are: resppctfuily i:i\itea to attend
the fnnora! services TO-MORROW (Saturday), at
2 o'clock p. m.. at Grace Church, Ciillfocnia and
Stockton streets. Interment pnval ■.
FAY— In this city, October 2, l!-tP!5. Sarah Fay,
beloved sister of Catherine and Peter Fay, a na-
tive of Dnnlavin, County Wicklov., Ireland, aged
62 years.
JSftTFriends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Friday), nt 8:30 o'clock a. m.. from her late
residence. 337 Tehama slreot. thence to St. Pat-
rick's Church, Mission street, wtiere a solemn
requiem mas* will be celebrated for the repose
of her soul, commencing at 9 o'clock a. m. In-
terment private, Holy Cross Cemetery. Please
omit flowers.
FELIX— In this city, October 3. 1895, Frederick,
beloved husband of Cecelia Felix, and father of
Mathias Felix of Cincinnati, Ohio, a naUve of Ba-
varia, Germany, aged 67 years.
GUMLICH— In thin city. October 1, 1895. Catherine
Gumlich. beloved sister of James Towey, a na-
tive of County Sligo, Ireland, ivied 65 years.
A7"Friends and acqnaintanceii are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Friday), at 2 o'clock x>. v., from the par-
-1 l'ir.s of McAvoy cfc Gallagher. 20 Fifth «tre«t.
Interment Mount Calvary Cemetery.
HALL— In this city, October 2, 1895, Herbert E.
Hall, aged 49 yean. -- . . .
KOTTEMANN— In Los Angeles. October 2. 1895,
Frederick, beloved husband of Rose Kottemann,
anil father of Katie and Philippine Kottemanu,
a native of St. Louis. Mo., aged 34 years.
tSf Notice of funeral hereafter.
McNAMARA— In Ross Valley, Marln County, Oc-
tober 2, 1895, Edward McNamara, a native of
Ireland.
MORESI— In this city, October 1, 1895. Portu-
nuto - Moresi, a native of Switzerland, aged 4,2
years and 7 months.
MASON— In this city. October 2, 1893, George L.,
beloved hasband of Etta Mason-, son of Jason R.
Mason, brother of Ed Mason, and nephew of Mrs.
L. J. Welch, a native of Vallejo, Cal.. aged 22
years 4 months and 19 days.
NEPPACH— In Fruitvale, October 3,1895. Wil-
liam f '. Neppach, a native of Fond dv Lac, Wis.,
aged 33 years.
SEELIGER— In this city, October 3. 1895, Annie,
beloved wife of Ludwig Seeliger, and mother of
Ida, Charles. Annie, Loots and Franz Sectlgr*r,
. a native of Fulda, Hessen, Germany, aged . 35
years.
Jl3~Friends and acquaintances ai» renpect-
fully invited to attend the funeral SUNDAY,
October 6. at 12 o'clock m., from her late resi-
dence, 230 Twenty-ninth street, thence to St.
Paul's Ctiurcn, Twenty-ninth and Church streets,
for services at 12:30 o'clock p. k. Interment
Holy Cross Cemetery.
SPILMAN— In this city, October 3. 1895. Ada
Florence, infant daughter of William 11. aud Ada
' BpUman. a native of San Kranclsco, aged 1 day.
TANIERE— In this city, October 2. 1-iOS, Fran-
colse Jeanne Hplene, beloved wife of the late
Etienne Tani«re, and mother of Eticnr.e and the
- late Engena Tunlere. a native of France, aged 73
years and H months.
oS"Friend9 and acquaintances am respect-
fully invited to attend th» funeral TO-MORROW
I (Saturday), at 11 o'clock a. k.. from the Church
; - of Notre Dame dea Victoires, Bush street, near
Stockton, interment private, Mount Calvary
Cemetery. Plenseomit rlowers.
VAN WAGNER— In Galveston, Tex., October 1,
: 1895, Cornelius M.. son of < '01 neliu.l and the late
Maria Van Wagner, formerly of S»nta Cruz. '
WIIEELfiK— In Oakland. October 1, 1895, Cath-
erine, beloved wife of Nicholas Wheeler, mother
of Nicholas, Katie and Agnes Wheeler and Mrs.
J. M. McNamara, and sister of A, J. McGovern,
a native of Ireland, aged 62 years. (Albany and
Brooklyn (N. V.) papers pleaste copy.J ■ .
Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funerul THIS DAY
(Friday), at 9 o'clock a. v., from the family
residence, 1950 Grove street, thence to Sacred
Heart Church, where a requiem m*l> man will b*»
celebrated for tbe repose of her soul, commenc-
ing ut 9:30 o'clock a. m. Interment, St. Marys
Cemetery. •
WILLIAMS-In this city, October 1895.Wi»iam
Henry Oliver, beloved son of. William (I. and
Christiana Williams, and brother of Freder-
erick" John Williams, a nativ« of London, Eng-
land, aired 27 years 9 months and 16 days. A
member of Court Eureka No. 6146, A. O. F.
fiß" Friends and acquaintances arc* respect'
fully invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Friday), at 2 o'clock p.m., from the residence
of his parents, . 17lt> Union street, Interment
I. O. O. F. Cemetery.
WALDEIER-In this city, October 2, 1893,
Charles Waldeler, brother of Mrs. Clara Cnnty,
Mrs. L. R. Sinclair an I Mrs. Jo.i"phttic i>nnett,
a native of San Francisco, aged 37 years.
I UNITED ONDERTAKKI»' I
EMBALMING PARLOUS.
Every Requisite for First-claw Knaerslt
■ at Reasonable Rates. ■ •
- I - Telephone 3187. *37 and U3 riUh atteet.
I MCAVOY & CALLACHER, I
FUNERAL DIRKCTORS * KMBALH
20 Fifth St.. Opp. Lincoln School.
Telephone 3080.*
CYPRESS LAWN CEMETERY.
TV BAN MATEO COONTY ; NON-SECTARIAN;
X laid out on the lawn plan ; perpetual cafe; br»u-
tlfnl, permanent and easy of acc«M; «c« befora
bsjrlug a burial place elsewhere.
, C.__ City ofiice, 9 City H»U at«oo» ..
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