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BUSINESS jC^A^^Ejv^____^
Tvrv~^^^SFTlpYOU OUT ' v SHORT NO-
W«ce- ,r. us TROLL, STENBERG & CO.,
h733... Market, -
<3« OC: A FORSALE THIS WEEK-POPULAR
•ibbOO. comer cigar-store; will. sell at invoice;
fixtures worth the money: value in sight. PROEL
& STENBERG. 873Mt Market St.
cl.O-A CORTsALOOX. TRANSFER POINT;
JfioOU. bie <iar and nißht trade; safe cash-regis-
i,"r Bxtnres worth money asked; must sell: other
• business : PP.oLi. - BTENBERO. 873 Mi Market.
t^7rst^cL"*ss BILLIARD, CHESS club
T and reading parlors, European style; ele-
irantiv furnished: finest wines, coffee, delicacies ;
parlors reined for ladies. PROLL & STEXBERG,
. 87,5 i... Market st. ' *
GREATEST BARGAIN EVER OF-
itS < 0. fered; branch bakery and notions; 3 liv-
• lie-rooms with furniture; sacrifice account of de-
• rarture. PROLL _ STBNBEBG, 873^ Market st.
Arm PARTNER WANTED FOR FIRST-
>»)l>. class paying corner grocery; present
owner popular: thoroughly responsible business
man- best references given; prefers partner to
'hired help. PROLL, STENBERG, 873 V 2 Market.
I" SALE-PAYING RESTAURANT: NEAR
1 Postoffiee; kept by present owner 7 years.
PROLL & STENBERG, 873V 3 Market St. |
. l / y\(\ GROCERY, BAR, 10-ROOM HOUSE;
IU«.)U. sacrifice account death of proprietors:
combined coal yard, boarding stable, 6 horses, 6
' wagons: teams steadily employed; big paying in-
vestment. PROLL &STENB_RG, 873V2 Market.
.1-- CHICKEN RANCH OF 2 ACRES;
■ -%pX i «'• house of 7 rooms; all necessary coops;
• houses for laying hens; incubator, etc. ; has chicle
■' «ns and choice breeding hens; lons lease: rentslo;
■ jfiore than value in sight; situated near this city.
.. oil: S STRAND, 719 Market st.
GJOOX BUYS ROUTE: POSITIVELY CLEARS
• . — — O $15 weekly. SPECK'S, 30 Montgomery.
G~ = ROCERY. FRUIT AND CANDY BUSINESS: j
only -$2OO. SPECKS, 30 Montgomery St..
' p OFFEE SALOON. (FIRST CLASS) POSI- 1
• \J lively clearing $200 over expenses : very reason-
•. able; good reasons. SPECK'S, 30 Mongomery st.
\ C\ NEAR LICK; CLEARS
.\J $300; $2500. SPECK'S, 30 Montgomery st.
' Cioil BUSINESS (MONTGOMERY): SWELL
•" ! \J place: oner wanted. SPECK'S. 30 Montgomery.
P'~\. DO LAN & SONS, 632 MARKET— GUAR-
. anteeeash buyers for any business: half pur-
- chase price advanced ; money to loan; no delay.
" TJiAMILY LIQUOR-STORE; GOOD OLD COR-
■ f tier: established 20 years: clearing $100 per
month; no reasonable offer refused. DECKER,
! ". 208 Market st.
. •i! /W \ COFFEE -SALOON AND RESTAU-
•■. V'U. rant. DECKER, 1206 Market st.
• iWQAA SALOON i.Mi LODGING-HOUSE OF
:' • OUU. 10 rooms for sale; both doing a first-
.■Olnss business, inquire 19 sixth st.
XFaa FINE SALOON; DOING GOOD BUSI-
«)v'U. ness; splendid location; nice stock and
: ] fixtures; or would take a partner. 19 Sixth st.
, Oil r A PARTNER WANTED IN LIGHT
• ♦*^J.«)U. manufacturing business: proprietor has
' -"been in business here for eighteen years; no prevl-
" ••ous.exjierlence necessary; suitable for steady man
•■; satisfied with $15 to $20 per week. 783y 3 Market
• 'b-:., room S. .
■ rtrOP. SALE CHEAP— NEWSSTAND AND
■ • .4. laundry office. Apply 41 Fourth St.
AND CHICKEN RANCH NEAR 5-MILE
house. Inquire at Frank Ropes' saloon, San
: Brand road, end of cars.
'• r -\fIDDLE-AGED MAN WITH $3000 TO $5000
.". ■• 'I can get good position as secretary, with safe
". ' iind profitable Investment in the corporation. Ad-
• .."<Lress L. M., box 88. this office.
'.• qTvLOON AND BOARDING HOUSE BUILD-
.•■ > ing included, ottered half Its value account age,
- • 1100. Apply 521 First st.
1 tjfOnft PARTNER WANTED IX LODGING-
• . • — < f U. house, saloon and restaurant by A. J.
SMITH. 105 New Montgomery st.
OR SALE CHEAP — SHOE-RE PAIRING
FOB SALE CHEAP — SHOE- REP AIRING
shop; good location; at once. Call Office.
• p-OOD-PAYING BUSINESS FOR SALE VERY
VJT reasonable, on account of sickness. 607 Sac-
. .Tamento st.
" V' • fiA GOOD SALOON WITH 3 BOWLING-
'•; '«3>OU\J. alleys and cash register; cheap rent.
.'..• 633 a Sacramento st. '-■:.-
-• T> 'RANCH BAKERY FOR SALE, CHEAP. AD-
Jj dress B. 8. . box 91, Call Branch Office.
OB SALE— GOOD-PAYING CIGAR-STAND;
day trade. FRIEDLANDER & KAESER, 429
• Montgomery st.
•• [ QALOON FOR SALE; GOOD LOCATION;
O. cause, owner going to Europe. 540 Commercial.
• Ci > R NEB WILL BE SOLD CHEAP.
;. \J 865 Bryan: st.
I RELIABLE, CAPABLE MAX HAS SOME
XV $400 or so and services for legitimate business;
po saloons or restaurants. R. C, box 102 Call Office.
O REXT — THE MARTINEZ HOTEL; 50
rooms; unfurnished: very liberal terms; if kept
■ .well will pay well. D. J. WEST, Martinez. Cat.
\- i•' 1 LV LOCATED BAKERY AND STA-
_> tionery-store: established 15 years; owner
must leave town. Apjjly 341% Fifth st.
~Q>~l f\f\{\ SALOON AXD ING-HOUSE
OXUUU. of 19 rooms, all furnished, for sale
- Apply 719 Howard st.
RJESCO- PAINTER AND PAPER-HANGER
■with §300 would like to join established paint-
Ing business. Address Fresco-painter, 1223 Fol-
' som st.
<_"17r RESTAURANT— LOCATION;
- ; %p XI O. rent $15 : must sell or; account of sick-
ness. Apply 220 First st., grocery.
v^Q'A PARTNER WANTED IN NICE j
• isOo\J. clean office business: must be strictly
' trustworthy ; by lady. Apply SMITH, HUBER <fe
CO., 1 001 Market st.
UST BE SOLD AT ONCE: COMPLETE
MUST BE SOLD AT ONCE: COMPLETE
stock of staple groceries: well selected.: includ-
', ing fixtures, safe, horses, wagons and cart; estab-
-1 lished route and large cash trade; best stand in
city. Apply to M. E. MAYER _ CO., 211 Pine St.,
bet. 9 and 12 a. _„ 1 to 3 p. m. .
• • CIGAR-STORE OX PROMINENT STREET:
VJ years established; cheap. L. C, box 100, Call
: • Branch.
" T>AKBER-SHOP TOR SALE ; 2 CHAIRS; CASH
XJ or installments; rent only $10. Inquire 120
'. . Sutter St., room 57.
COFJ SALOON FOR SALE CHEAP. AP-
ply 615 Montgomery st.
IRST^FIASS BAKERY FOR SALE: OWNER
FY FOR SALE: OV
retiring. Apply Call Branch.
" QQOnn STATIONERY AX D BAZAAR!
• • • _ ' U'JU. well located and established on best
Street in S. F. Apply CUNNINGHAM, CUBTIBB
A WELCH, 327 San'sOme st.
\ ' <''* U U\ GOOI) -PAYING STATIONERY^
! • «J\'UU. store and news agency in Auburn;
nice place for any one suffering from pulmonary
troubles. Address W. H. SAWYER. Auburn, Ca!.
FOR SALE-^RESTAURANT; ACCOUNT SICK-
ness. 2932 Sixteenth St., near Capp.
V" '"' SALE— 15 A X notion and candy I
store. 1906 Mission st.
' TITANTED— PARTY WITH A CAPITAL OF
♦» from $3000 to $5000 to start a new business
. with advertiser; rare chance for the right man.
L.*C., box 27, this office.
OtSHi D retail meat mar-
k"t reasonable. B. M., box 1 17, Call Branch.
.TiORNER G ROCERY ; BAR ilk LIVING-ROOMS ;
• V> on Bryant St.; -.vi!l sell at value In stock on ac-
' count of other business. Apply Jackson Brewery.
' T3ESTAURANT; NO BETTER OFFER TO
Xt man and wife or to partner; cheap rent; good
'■■ location and business. Apply Call Branch.
0 "<S*^^O~<iI'DESfABI_SHEDBI_iCKSMITH-
• •)'■•'■ ins and horsoslioing business with
■• s;ock, tools. Main St., P. O. 164, Napa City.
: ft 9^o !> " ' : ANI)~DELICACIES STORE;
• •- '—•'''• bargain. 338 Twenty-fourth st.
" OR SALE OR TO LFTt-FIRST~CLASS BAK-
ery, rnnnißg good basln'-ss: new oven; lar^e
• house; good stable; Mission fcan Jose. Address
: 828 Folsom St., city.
T7IOR SALE-HOME RESTAURANT; GOOD
•• -X;. business. Apply this office.
- WOULD I.fK X TO TALK WITH A MAN WHO
:." >' has $5000 to build houses; _p:ing American
preferred, who can draw plans. Address box 305,
•Berkeley. Cal.
HAL. INTEREST OR WHOLE"~ol-~lvELi7
paying sawdust business for sale account other
'. business: trial given. Apply 715 Folsom.
B- 1. NT-
rant and saloon for $250. For sale by A J
SMITH, 105 New Montgomery st.
■ "WANTED— TO FAM3LIEH WITH
m donble-fiitered distilled water in 5i,A-j:Ti!lon lots
.. and upward at, 10c a gaUon t free of rxpressage.
The Ralston Health Food Company, 203 Sutter st.,
San Francisco, telephone 1132 or 1168 Broadway,
• 'Oakland, telephone 402. . ■- . .
IpOBS '. ;.r OLD-ESTABLISHED m anufac"-
X 1 turicg business, with best machinery; has in
process of construction orders amounting to over
$5000: this is a rare chance for a bargain, For
rartlcifiars address Owner, box 162, Call Branch.
\ • ipOR SALE— A WELL-ESTABLISHED MAM.-
X facturfng business. For particulars address X.
;' L., I ■ox 160, Call Branch OfKcf. ■
MONEY TO LOAN.
" "A"»VAXC_s"^ADK"6^ HOU^_HOL_'"'FuiC-"
x_ niture without removal, warehouse receipts
and other securities;, lowest interest. Room 68,
. Donohoe bnlldlng, cor. Market and Taylor. r -
ViOH 000 T 6 "'R CENT ON CITY AND
<$O\JyJ.\JV\J Oakland first-class business prop-
• eny ' A ' 9CTHTI.LKR, 608 Montgomery at. 1
OX ANY SECURITY. ATLOW RATES; DEAL-
\J Ing confidential. 43 rocker building.
IST AND 2D MORTGAGES, ESTATES/
pianos. alimony sum. M D V.628 Market
1 ST, 2D OR CHATTEL MORTGAGE PIANOS
" c » tatea ' insurance, etc. BPE( IC'S, 80 Montgy. '
MUNICIPAL Z LOAN OFFICE, CROCKER
building, room 57; telephone Main 5122.
('% MONEY ON REAL-ESI' ATE SECURITY
O . .'BOURNE JR. <fc CO., 313 Mnntgy st.
• NY SUM OF MONEY ADVANCED ON
.. ■*». your furniture, pianos or real estate; low rates*
«*an ad state your proposition or write: open
.1. NOON AN, 1021 Mission st. .
ME V LOANED ON JEWELRY A D OTHER
-J TJ - valuables at the -Security ' Loan Bank, 1108
Market st.. nr. Mason : private entrance 7 Turk.
_ FI>A>'CIAL\. V
WANTED-FBOM PKIVATK PARTI
iT loan; will give 4 per cent Interest monthly-
pood security. Address E., box 29, this office.
tODGrNG-nOTTSES FOB SALVE.
A AROOM HOUSE; RENT ONLY $75: CLEAR-
~k\J Ing $100. month; location is the best; see it.
DECKER, 1206 Market st.
CA-ROOM HOUSE, NEAR MARKET; MOST
O\J popular; best paying; thoroughly respect-
able; present owner 7 years: retiring from busi-
ness. PROLL _ STENBERG, 873y a Market st.
QA ROOMS ON MARKET ST.: ELEGANT;
D\J clears $100, $1500. SPECK'S, 30 Montgy.
&OK/1 30 ROOMS PLAINLY FURNISHED;
tipjUOKJ. clears $40. SPECK'S, 80 Montgomery.
"C^QArw LODGING-HOUSE ON 16 ROOMS.
<$ OKjyJ . Inquire 260 Brannan st.; -
riORNER LODGING-HOUSE, 14 ROOMS, A
V bargain. Apply 12 Eddy, from 2toBp. m.
I 97 FURNISHED ROOMS WITH ACCOMMO-
*jI dation for restaflranl or saloon for sale; 614
Pine St.. near Kearny ; on account of sickness.
1 AND ALL, COMB FOX BARGAINS TO BUT-
X TERFIF.I.D. real estate. Crocker building. • "
. FURNITURE FOR SALE.
XTJTT^HeXpI GOOir^FURNITURE; 3
ijpUU. rooms; no dealers. 1139 Folsom.upsialrs.
g7"KRASKY, FURNITURE, CARPETS,
. pictures, folding and Iron qeds at sacrifice
pric a. Cal. step-ladder manfd for the trade. 779
Mission, S. ■■■■ CM. " _________
T7ITJRNITURE OF 9 ROOMS FOR SALE. 441
T Jessie st.
}7IOR SALE— FURNITURE 14 ROOMS; HOUSE
. full of permanent lodgers. 655 Harrison su
RNTTURE OF 8 ROOMS; NEARLY NEW.
X 118 Ash aye. .- . -
EDROOM SETS, $11; OAK CHAIRS, $1;
carpets. Me. SHIREK, 1310-1312 Stockton.
Oil PRICES IN FURNITURE AND CARPETS
\J this week at McCABE'S, 948-950 Mission st.
•DEDUCTIONS ON LARGE STOCK, NEW AND
I JV second hand; 400 carpets, good as new; oil-
I cloth, 25c; parlor suits, $19 up: linoleum, 45c;
7-piece chamber suits, $14 50; cornice-poles, 25c:
ranges, $6; cash or installments; .goods shipped
free. T. H. NELSON. 126 Fourth st.
. CARPETS. ~
rTARPETs, lio^TXi^^l>xm7^cTbedroom
V. set. $11. SHIREK. 1310-1312 Stockton si
CARPET CLEANING.
Ci ITY S^Sm^'cAß^E^BEAtTng' and
' Renovating Works, 38 and 40 Eighth st. G. R.
STEVENS, manager. Telephone No., south 250.
pARPETS THOROUGHLY CLEANED AND
V^' renovated same as new. S. FERGUSON &
CO., 23 Tenth st. Telephone number, south 36.
WHEN YOU BECOME DISGUSTED WITH
"1 poor work send to SPAULD ING'S Pioneer Car-
pet Beating Works, 353-7 Tehama; tei. So-40.
pONKLIN'S CARPET BEATING WORKS. 833
\J Golden Gate aye.: telephone east 126.
pARP ETS WELL CLEANED. BARBER'S, 236
\J 14th, nr. Mission; tel. (Mission) 100.
rpHE J. E. MITCHELL CARPET-CLEANING
I- Co. (incorp.); old established carpet cleaning
machines; cleaning 3c yard. 230 14th, tel. 6074.
J MCQUEEN'S CARPET BEATING AND REN-
. ova: ing works. 453 Stevenson: teL 8228.
A WEEK'S NEWS FOR 5 CENTS— THE
-A. WEEKLY CALL, in wrapper, for mailing.
PIANOS. VIOLINS AND SHEET MUSIC.
GOOD^tOSEWOOD PIANO~FOR^SAL_".
_V. $5 Installments. 221 Leavenwonh st.
"(&JA GOOD ROSEWOOD PIANO FOR SALE
tJJ) _U. on $5 Installments. 221 Leavenworth St. ■
* BETTER AND EASIER PLAN TO BUY A
-»- good piano by renting. Be careful to go to I
KOHLER A CHASE'S, 28 and 30 O'Farrell st.
TTVECKER BROS.', STEIN WAY, FISCHER AND
\J other first-class" makes of pianos: little used;
cheap for cash or on easy terms. KOHLER <&
CHASE, 28 and 30 O'Farrell st.
pHICKERING PIANO. SPLENDID ORDER;
\J ordered sold by owner for what It will bring.
Room 12. Flood Building.
TTPRIGHT PIANO; GOOD ORDER: STOOL;
U cover; $70. Room 12, Flood building.
ECOND-HAND ORGAN. $20: also BETTER
one; cheap. Room 13. Flood building.
ADY REMOVING "1 FORCED TO SELL
her elegant upright. Can be seen at room 21,
Flood building.
PIANOS FROM $50 UP; HALLET & DAVIS
X parlor grand, like new, $350. A. L. BAN-
CROFT A CO., 324 Post st.
EM ME _ LONG PIANO CO., 340 POST—
Pianos sold on installments; send for illus-
trated catalogue. ■
pREAT BARGAINS IN SECOND-HAND PI-
VX anos at SHERMAN, CLAY _ CO. 'S, cor. Kear-
ny and Sutter sts. ■ . ____i
ATEW PIANOS FROM $100 UPWARD; EASY
1> payments. SHERMAN, CLAY & CO., cor.
Kearny and Sutter sts. : .-"t.-'v
T)IANOS SOLD UPON NEW RENT CONTRACT
X plan; please call and have it explained; the
easiest terms ever quoted for procuring fine piano.
SHEaMAN, CLAY «fc CO., cor. Kearny and Sutter.
ASY TERMS; LOW PRICES. KoBLKl: &
CHASE. ■
\\r G. BADGER, WITH BENJ. CURTAZ, 20
11 . O'Farre!!, agent for Hallet and Davl pianos.
A RE YOU LOOKING FOR A HIGH-GRADE
A piano sliehtly used? We can positively suit
you both in the Instrument and the price. B. CUR-
i a/ _ SON, 16 to 20 O'Farrell st.
Do YOU WANT AN ELEGANT SELF-PLAY-
ins? organ with -15 rolls of music? A splendid
bargain for a^cash customer. BEN. CURTaZ <fc
SON, 16 to 20 O"Farrel! St. • . rj
I~E\V ELEGANT UPRIGHTS, STANDARD
x makes, almost new, half original cost; see at
once. F. W. SPENCER „ CO., 721 Market st.
\fAUVAIS, 769 MARKET-SHEET MUSIC V.
I*l price; Decker A son pianos.
YRON MAUZY, 308 POST ST.— SOHMER,
Xewby & Evans, Briggs and other pianos.
TECK, CIIICKERING & SONS, VOSE AND
Sterling pianos sold on $10 installments. BBNJ.
CURTAZ & SON, sole agents. 16-20 O'Farrell st.
TEINWAY UPRIGHT: -SLIGHTLY USED;
lO grand tone; half-cost, SPENCER, 721 Market.
UPERIOR VIOLINS, ZITHERS, OLD <t NEWT
11. MULLER. maker, repairer. 2 Latham place.
HORSES.
:^OR~IsATE^^rA7ScOU^T^)F^WX^Rr'^DE^
X I parture for the East, 2 saddle horses, single
footers: best in the State for gentleman or lady:
well broken. Can be saea at Conlon's stable, 1623
California st., near Polk, bet. 10 and 12 a. m. .
ORSE AND BUGGY WANTED IN EX-
change for piano. HEINE, 40 O'Farrell st.
OR SALE— STYLISH MARK; OR TRADE
FOR SALE— STYLISH MARX: "I; rRADE
for bicycle. Mare, box 127, Call Branch.
ORSES PASTURED; »3 A MONTH; SEND
for circular. F. A. HYDE, 630 Commercial si.
1 nCi SETS SECOND-HAND HARNESS: ALL
XUU kinds: second-hand wagons, btwxy, carts: j
also 20 chean horses. Fifteenth and Valencia ma.
WAGONS AND CARRIAGES.
9 NEWCA UTS; 4 SPRING PEDDLER WAGON :
— milk wagon; must sell. 829 Howard st.
TI*A( AND HARNESS FOR SALE CHEAP.
XX Inquire room 63, 906 Broadway, Oakland.
17HNE WHITE HEARSE FOR SALE CHEAP;
.'cash or installments. Can-ill Manufacturing
Company, 4.8 Eighth st. . -
FI WE BAKERY AND LAUNDRY WAGONS,
rockawav. buceies: also hack. 828 Harrisou.
SEWING MACHINES.
QeC\-INg"-MACHINES RENTED, $1 50 PER
0 month; a'l kinds repaired; machines sold from
$5 upward. )H'S Market st.
FOR SAI.K-MISCKLI.A-MiOl ->.
pK>O D < TIRE SAFETY; ONLY $20.
\J 328 McAllister st. _ - ; __
VK\v RANGES CHEAPER THAN SECOND-
ii hand. W. S. RAY Mfg Co., 12 California st.
'PENT, NEARLY NEW, 14X18, 4- FT. WALL;
X cheap. 164 (Solden Gate aye. - . ■ .
HORSE-POWER GAS ENGINE FOR SALE;
offer wanted. Inquire 820 Kearny st.
"KriLSHIRE SAFE. LETTER-PRESS, SCALE,
it coffee-mill and money-till : cheap. 102 Clay St.
pOUNTERS, SHELVING, SHOWCASES
'- bought and sold. 1 1 21 y« Market, bet. 7th and Bth
EDUCATIONAL.
ta (.us ixst^'obT'maekt^ jTookTceepinTJ i
X taught in 6 week.-i. We pledge ourselves to keep
free for 6 months books our graduates fail on.
ENGLISH BRANCHES TAUGHT BY MISS
Xi DILLON, 14 McAllister st., room 46.
\' ERTICAL AND POINTED HANDWRITING
* '■••' •• ' '. C. EISENSCHIMEL, 235 Kearny.
\ j PAMPERIN -I'IaNO LESSONS: iMXCK
-^iX munic furnishtd; terms to suit. 1543 Mission.
H BALD'S BUSINESS COLLEGE. 24 POST
XX Bookkpg, business practice, shorthand, typing,
electrical engineering, telegraphy, modern lan-
guages rapidly taught. Write tor catalogue.
PRIVATE ACADEMY OF DANCING. MISSES
X HUPPI , 6a Hyde; terms reasonable.
T ILLIAN BEDDARD, TIIK ENGLISH AC-
XJ tress, coaches ladles and gentlemen for the
dramatic profession; appearances arranged. Shake-
spearean Academy, 406 Van Ness aye. ■
STIEHL'S BUSINESS COLLEGE, HISTORY,
bdg, 723 Market; Investigate; special offer. :.
SCHOOL ELECTRICAL, CIVIL, 1 MINING, ME-
kJ chanical engineering:, surveying, architecture,
assay: estar>. '64. VAX IiKR NAILLEN.723Mkt.
DISSOLUTION OF .PARTNERSHIP.
ipo ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERnT-^NOTICE
1 is hereby given that the copartnership hereto-
fore existing between J. p. FRASER and J. H."
KEEFE under the firm name of FRASER &
KEEFE, at 310 Stockton st.. -. . Francisco, in the
painting and decoration business, has been this day
dissolved by mutual consent.
J. P. PRASES will continue said business at the
same place and will pay all bills of said firm and
is authorized to collect all debts due said FRASER
& KEEPS. > J. P. FRASER,
_ San Franclsco/Aprll 1, 1895. J. H. KBEFK.
San Francisco. April 1, 1895.
TYPEWRITERS AND SUPPLIES. ;
TX comparison THE CALIGBAPJi LAST*
X forever. JPTAYLOR,; 19 Montgomery. Rents,
| repairs, supplies, mimeographs, Installments."
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 1895.
CITY :" ; REAL "■ ESTATE. V ■
T^OBBY FLA IS. 0
LOCATION CHOICE.
MAGNIFICENT VIEW.
$4300— 2 handsome flats (just completed), con-
sisting of 5 and 6 rooms, bath and high basement;
elegantly equipped and contain every modern Im-
provement; bric-a-brac mantels, porcelain bathtub,
gas fixtures, cement 6idew»lk, etc. ; income 542 50
I>er month; size of lot 25x110: terms $800 cash,
balance monthly: 1017-1017% 20th St., just W. of
Castro. TOBI 4 McNALLY, 630 Market st.
P ROCEUS, ATTENTION— FINE BUSINESS
Ajr corner: 25x100; offered one-third cheaper than
any other property around there: cor. Polk and Fil-
bert sts.; Polk st. now being cut through to sea-
wall; (able line will then be extended. THOMAS
MAGEE & SONS, 4 Montgomery st. -
BRICK BUILDING FOR BUSINESS PROP-
erty on Market st. ,
- Corner Pacific aye. and Baker St., 65x137:6 ft.;
price, $11,000. " •
. E. side Stanyan st,, bet. Carl and Frederick sts.;
25x100; price $2600. . .
50x127 :6 ft. on Jackson St., overlooking the Pre- i
sidio and bay; $6700. ■
Two modern houses, of 8 rooms each, at Park,
25x137:6 ft.; electric road passes houses; price"
$6500.
2-story brick house of 9 rooms, with : stable, [in
South Park- lot 45x125 ft.; price $7500. .
S. W. cor. Jones and Jefferson sis.; 137:6x137:8.
Cottage house. 1367 Dolores st.: 6 rooms and
bath, basement; on each side of Dolores St.; 25x95
teet. :.'
HouSe of 10 rooms and bath, 417 Bryant st.;
price $5000. • •
Apply to C. C. BEMIB, Real Estate and Land
Agent. 324 Montgomery street.
1 — ■
A GREAT BARGAIN ON EASY TERMS.
— x $2500— 5100 cash and balance In monthly
payments of .$26, including interest, will secure a
comfortable home near 24th and Castro sts. : house
contains all modern Improvements; large lot;
street work done. For Bale by
BALDWIN A HAMMOND,
10 Montgomery st.
■\irooDEN BUILDINGS AND sheds at 521
•11 15th st. suitable for coal, hay and grain or bot-
tler's business; size of property 60x175; ground
can be leased for a term of years. ■
OB SALE—HOUSE AND' LOT ON VALLEJO
X? St., near Buchanan; $6000: cash $2000; bal-
ance on time, 6 per cent interest. Apply room 9,
204 Front st. ■
OR SALE CHEAP— AN 8-ROOM HOUSE IN
X? the Western Addition on easy terms; sunny ex-
posure. Apply at drugstore, SW. cor. Grant aye.
and Sutter st. ■ -. -.-■
~<Bt~l inn HOUSE, 6 ROOMS: BARN, ETC.,
<JpX I \J\J. in Berkeley; lot 100x100, with creek.
$5250— House, 7 rooms; fine corner; 120x135,
with orchard.
$1000— Fine corner; 40x100; macadamized; $100
down, $100 yearly.
CH AS. A. BAILEY, 46 Market St., or Berkeley
station. Berkeley.
IriOß SALE AT a big BARGAIN-835 CAS-
. tro St.; a modern house; almost new; 7 rooms
and bach and lot.
OR. 24TH AND POPLAR STS., JUST WEST
1 of Valencia; northwest corner, 30x84, and com-
fortable cottase, 5 rooms, bath, hot and cold water;
street sewered and macadamized; $4000. THUS.
MAGEE & SONS, -1 Montgomery St.
BARGAIN; $1450: 2-STORY 7-ROOM COT-
tage in Holly Park: corner lot; 60x50; can be
bought for small payment down; balance same as
rent. CAPENABBO A CO., 512 Montgomery st.
OAKLAND REAL. ESTATE.
' 'Sl^fUlO FAIL TO CALL AND LOOK
it. at the brand new and modern 7 and 8
room houses Alden _ Garfield are building and
selling at $2500, $3000 and $3500; good lots:
street work done: very central location: easy
terms; and cannot be duplicated in this city for
less than $4000 and $5000. Call at our office, 902
Broadway, Oakland, ALDEN «fc GARFIELD.
USINESS AND RESIDENCE PROPERTY
sold on easy terms; small payment down or ex-
changed. E. E. BUNCE, 1008 Broadway, Oakland.
FOR SALE— IO 80-100 ACRES IN LOT 19,
1 Bellevue Tract, nr. Menlo Park and Stanford
Uuiversitv: price $5400. O. B. STURTEVANT,
owner, 278 Thirteenth St., Oakland.
T~OK RENT - $65 TO $75, FURNISHED
X 1 either in part or entirely, a nearly-new 10-room
house having all modern improvements: this house
is sunny, centrally situated in a good neighborhood
and very desirable. Inquire of J. L. FOGG, 1118
Broadway, Oakland. . £
TTAYWARDS-20 ACRES, HALF IN~~BEAR;
Tl ing fruit: 4-room house, horse and cow; trail«
whole for Oakland property or sell 10 acres cheap.
C. K. KING, 902 Broadway, Oakland.
$650— 4-ROOM COTTAGE: BATH, ETC. ;
\J lot 40x132; place sold less than year ago for
$1000; first come first served. CHAN NELL &
LANE. 908 Broadway.
(_ 7 C A CASH WILL BUY A NICE 6-ROOJI
*T) I O\J cottage, worth S2OOO. leaving a mort-
gege of $1000. Address \VM. P. TODD, 1008
Broadway, oakland.
"flfcTo f\f\( | A BARGAIN— BUSINESS PROP-
•3i_.uuU. erty on San Pablo aye.: 125 feet
frontage. Apply to J. W. MOSS, 998 Broadway,
Oakland.
IfOR SALK— OFFER WANTED FOR A LARGE j
1 residence and grounds on the heights; East Oak-
land, nrar Borax Smith's palatial residence, to close
an estate. BENEDICT & CO., 457 Ninth si.,
Oakland. i
OOK! $150— LOTS IN FRUIT VALE ONLY i
$1 cash and $1 a week; buy a home and save
your small earnings; the new railroad will double
values In Oakland. H. B. PINNEY.-902 Broad-
way, Oakland.
<_1 c )nn HOUSE, 5 ROOiisTlN BERKELEY:
«JiX_.UU. lot 40x100: one-third cash.
$400— Lot 40x100; $50 down, $10 monthly; near
proposed railroad.
< HAS. A. BAILEY, Berkeley station, Berkeley.
jibs* .\ WEEK'S NEWS FOR 6 CENTS— THE
S^-& WEEKLY CALL, in wrapper, for mailing.
ALAMEDA REAL. ESTATE.
HOUSE^OiTt^ROOMS^cTn' 'CENTRA iTXvE. ;
$3700.
House of 9 rooms on the park; $3200.
House of 6 rooms; finished street; $1500.
Cottage of 4 rooms: $1000.
All the above at a great sacrifice. J.H. YOUNG.
1243 Park St., Alameda. .
FOR SALE—
5-room cottage, new. $1500.
10-room 2-story house, $6000.
6-room cottage, large grounds, $100 down, $40
per mouth.
6-room cottage, new, $3750.
5-room cottage, furnished, to rent, $35.
5-room cottage, furnished, to rent, $35.
6-room, it-story house, furnished, to rent, $40.
E. D. JUDD, 1424 Park st. ____^
A LAMEDA BARO ANS.'FOR CASH AND IN-
XV stallmi-nts— Houses to let in all parts Of Ala-
-1.. ■'!:.. H. P. MOREA L «fc CO.. 1452 Park st.
M .AMi:i)A ROOMS AND HOUSES.
TpOB <AI.K-!N ALAMBDA (WEOT^END)
J- cottage of 7 rooms; large garden; reasonable
rent. Address O. HOi-MAX, 2414 Sacramento St.,
city.
A LAMEDA— A BARGAIN; TO LET; NICE
—V cottage, 5 rooms aid th, in gcoi order; large
garden. Ap;>;y 1623 a 'eo st., Sen :'ia OtSCO.
POTTAGE HOUSE, 5 ROOMS, BATH; RENT
\J $18.- 1310 Ninth st.. A lambda.
BERKELEY HEAL ESTATE. '
AIQKDST H LV— V V, W MOD K l l X
<Jp 1O cottage; lot 40x100; $1800. F. BOEGLE,
630 Market St.; W. C. MOHAN, Lorin.
ERKELEY PROPERTY ATA SACRIFICE,
beautiful homes cheap, W. E. SQUIRES, Ber-
ryman station, Berkeley. , ;
• 1 Q MONTHLY— NEW 5-ROOM COTTAGE,
<IP±O with mantel, bath, laundry, pantry: fenced:
sewered: lot 4<>xioo: $1800. F. BOEGLE, 630
Market st.: W. C. MORAN. Lorin.
DENTISTS.
T^^XLls : A^'s's7?JlAsT)VX ; 6Tir^Xir^E^i\
sets of teeth are made to please or no charge; j
on bridges, crowns and sold plates prices reduced;
small j;old fillings only »2; painless extraction.
ANY TOOTH PILL9ED OB EXTRACTED
painlessly by my secret method without dan-
gerous cocaine or gas; won 8 first prizes; prices rea-
sonable; work warranted; all operations expertly
: done; remember I hare removed from 6 to 20
I O'Farrell st. DR. GEORGE W. LEEK .
DK..I.J. LEEK, 1 FIFTH-OPEN even i
and Sunday until 110011.
Dr.. c. K. BLAKE'S rNDESTRUCTrBLH
teeth— LATEST INVENTlON— Especially for
bridge work; positively guaranteed never to break;
any patient once seeing them will admit this is the
tooth . most wanted ; also DR. BLAKE'S enameled
platinum crowns; no display of gold.
THE HIGHEST ART IX DENTISTRY.
Prices moderate. Office 405 Butter, iir. Stockton.
fiBOOME DENTAL AbSOCIATION, 759 MAI',
\J ket, bet. 3d and . 4tn, gas specialists; onlyreli-
aDie agent for palmers extraction: artificial teeth
rm $& ; fillings Irom $l; extracting 50c, with gas sl.
DX. ELBA, 9 SIXTH ST.: ALLDSNTALWORK
at lowest prices ana warranted ; open evenings
AFT A SET FOR TEETH; WARRANTED AS
*Ip I I good as can be made; filling $1. DR. SIMMS,
dentist, 930 Market St., next Baldwin Theater. $^s
ALL WORK REASONABLE AND WARRANT-
A. cd. DR. .1. W. KEY, 1122 Market st. ;-
DR. H. G. YOUNG. BRIDGES AND TEETH
without plates a specialty.* 1841 Polk ft.
DR. , LUDLUM BILL, >1443 MARKET ST H
near Eleventh; no charge ; tor extracting when
plates are made; old plates made over like new;
leeth from $3 per set; extracting 60c: gas given.
pOLTON DENTAL ASSOCIATION. 800 MAR-
\J ket st. DR. CHARLES W. DECKER. ."_ i
PBOPOSA i>.
Notice IS HEREBY gj vkx that the
_> ■ Board of Directors of the Escondldo Irrigation
District will receive sealed : proposals for | the pur-
chase of $80,000 of the bonds of said dlstrice, and bids
will be ■ received therefor at the • office of the said
board in Escondido,. Cal., until 10 o'clock a. m. on
the 15th day of April, 1895. ; ■■:■■. . .v ~?^~
•T •>. ::■!-. ■;■„■-,.■ ;■;-, A. J. WERDEN,
Secretary of the Escondldo Irrigation District. «■
Dated March Hi, 1895..
- STORAGE
qtobtaujeof furniture, pian or, house- j
O hold goods, etc.- J. M. PIERCE, 735 Market st. |
> X?IRST-CLASB STORAGE : ADVANCES MADE", I
1 421-123 Market st. , CHAS. L. TaYLOB. I
COUNTRY REAL.; ESTATE.
~4"x^ClUAL~inKsw^ I
_■»- fair and square vest. An Investment offered
that Is honest. i- Own your own home and be inde- j
pendent. Try It and you. will find ..that we advise c
'•" you right. We will sell you ' 40 acres of alluvian
soil in the Warren Green Rancho, : Glenn County,
• Cal.. : for $280, one-third . down, balance *in 60 I
; monthly payments, without interest; and •• will i
• throw in town lot suitable for poultry, fruit, ber-
, ries or grain; needs no Irrigation. Climate unsur-
-1 passed anywhere in California. ; 168 miles north of
£"fta Francisco and only 9 miles from county seat.
1 For Investments and information mMm__ |or call
on the H. M. BKNSON CO., 902 Broadway, Oak-
; ; land. "■•.-- ■■■ '■■■'■' * ' ■' ''' "- - ' : '^ ■-■"^■V-
OR SALE— S37OO; LOT. 200x200: SONOMA
County; in a flourishing town; valuable Im-
• provements; store,' warehouse, barn, etc: value of
1 merchandise $1 500, barley will value $300 ; 3 good
horses and harness, 2-horse wagon, . spring wagon,
• safe, scales, 1 tools, etc.; 110 competition; a grand
' chance for . -a butcher or trader. Address D.
LUTHER, 457 Ninth St., Oakland, Cal. '
CA ACRES AT B ELMONT: SUITABLE FOR
O\J subdivision. Inquire 110 Tenth st. x
CJOAAfI * ACRES; SOIL BLACK LOAM;
«JP__UUU. new ■ hard-finished 6-rooni house;
small barn; improved brooder and chicken-house;
. fine flower garden; 15 minutes', walk from post-
' office here. Apply to GKO. C. YOUNG, Petaluma.
QCHOOL LAND: 160 ACRES: ON RAILROAD;
O level: sold cheap. 324 Pine st., room 17.
Q9A ACRES— STOCK, HOG AND WOOD
; O—U r»nch; 100 acres cultivable; 12 acres
vines and fruit; 6000 cords wood; 4 miles from
. s\vlf:h: 5 from town: 8 springs and running
' stream; well fenced: house of 6 rooms: a give-
: away at $3500. D. H. TWING, Sonoma City, Cal.
LAN D: AN EXTRAORDINARY BARGAIN
' XJ of 160 acres of unimproved land in Kern Coun-
ty; opportunity of a lifetime for a person with a
few dollars : $3-0: remain at 7 percent. Full par-
• ticulars. MURDOCH, West House, Agnews, Cal.
k I! YOU WANT A RANCH -FOR GRAZING
' X purposes or an orchard already improved, where
■ only a small cash outlay is required, balance pay-
able In 6 or 7 years, apply at 326 Montgomery si.,
San Francisco. -
MARIN COUNTY— 6OOO ACRES 26 MILES
from San Francisco.
RANCIIO DE NOVATO.
[ Tracts of any size desired; fruit, grain and vege-
table land; no irrigation ; both rail and water
■ transportation; $40 to $75 per acre: easy terms,
town of Novato; graded school, hotels and store-
' on the property; send for circular. .
Dairy for sale with or without cows
SYNDICATE INVESTMENT COMPANY, 64
and 65. Chronicle building. ■■-....
BARGAIN IN ALAMEDA COUNTY; 320
acres of foothill land plenty of wood and
. ■water; only $6 per acre. Inquire JAMES CA-
, HILL, 408 Twelfth st., Oakland.
ANTED— 60 HEAD OF SMALL MULES,
»V broke; also 2 carloads of high grade cows, in
, exchange for clear Oakland real estate; will pay
part cash. Address P. O. box 86, Oakland.
':7 11 AND 20 ACRE PIECES— AI FOR C__lC__-
i I) en ranches; on 8 and 10 years' credit; $25,
; I $30, $70 and $100 per acre; within 1 mile of town.
I 1 I>. 11. TWING. Sonoma City, Cal.
; HOUSES TO LET, ,
T' ~7^kga"nt corner residence OF 11
li rooms and bath: rent reduced to $40; 820
Guerrero St., cor. Liberty. G. H. UMB6EN & CO.
• \ T EW SUNNY HOUSE OF 14 ROOMS AND 2
• Xi baths, just completed, on Hayes at., bet. Oc-
• via and Lacuna; can be used as a whole or as 2
• flats of 7 rooms and bath each. Apply to C. 8.
CAPP „ CO., House Brokers and Real Estate
- Agents, 413 Montgomery st. _.
H WILLOW \YK., OFF LARKIN ST.— DE-,
tached house; 4 rooms, and bath. _^
IjiOß RENT IN OAKLAND— COTTAGE OF 6
1 rooms; completely furnished: piano, etc.; gar-
; den; nice location; 6 months at $40. Apply 1441
' Myrtle St., near Eighteenth and Market.
, ATEWLY PAINTED AND IN FIRST-CLASS
' AM condition 9 rooms, bath and laundry .on
. Twelfth st., half block from Howard awl Mission:
fast car lines; rout only $37 50: fine location and
• should be seen. DEMPSTER, 36 Glen Park aye.,
. off Twelfth st.
OU6E OF 9 ROOMS: NEWLY PAINTED
and papered: cheap; one or. two families. In-
-1 quire on premise's, 421 Powell st.
House. LARGE STABLE, GOOD yard AND
driveway; rent 14. 1231 Twenty-fifth st.
I M 7 VALENCIA— ROOMS AND . BATH;
j -L"l I water free: rent $17.
i mo LET— TENEMENTS ON HITCH st. from
XsB to $10 per month. Apply room 9, 201 Front.
• j /fAOOOUGH, NEAR ... HAVES— 6 SUNNY
• I ttvO rooms; bath; yard.
OUSES, HOUSES, HOUSES, HOUSES.
To rent, to rent, to rent, to rent, to rent, to rent.
; j BALDWIN .v HAMMOND. 10 Montgomery st.
; FURNISHED HOUSES.
* FURNISHED~FLAT ; DE VISA
near Washington: 6 rooms, bath: completely
I I furnished: modern Improvements: $42: water free.
BOVEK, TOY & CO., 19 Montgomery st.
■ T\r ANTED— TO PURCHASE FOR CASH, 2
; it flats. Ito contain i bedrooms; location, east
1 of Laguna St., from Bush 10 Ellis; price not to ex-
ceed $10,000: answer by letter only. 11. J.OWEN,
■ 1888 O'Farrell st.
ESPONSIBLE PARTIES *TO TAKE FUR-
' nUbed house and board lady and two children ;
no small children: references. Address B, box 89.
. AT SAUSAMTO — 7.800 M FURNISHED
i.i hons'.v, large grounds: benutlfnl view. Apply
j room 38, Merchants' Exchange, or at fruit-stand,
j bausulito ferry, foot of Market at.
j — _—————_— «^« -———__»——»—__—» _-—__—___-—______——_——-
COTTAGKS TO LKT.
7jT <S~f7nlg~bXy~W I N r>6^V*C^"TAGE~b F~4
<4pXO. rooms; bath; basement. 33 Thirteenth. .
S~ UNNY COTTAGES; 4 AND 5 ROOMS: BATH,
basement, yard. Cor. Dolores am! Fifteenth sta.
FURNISHED FLATS.
U-lN7s^l^D^KXf,^R^OMs7l_^ATH7^ls
• J H.t;;!i: st., neor Buchanan; $37 80. •
FLAT? TO LET.
TtTQA^m'RTEEN'fHr CO ! ; . SHOT W ELL^6
1 _-•' sunny rooms and bath; rent $22 50.
rpWO-STORY HOUSE; 331 MCALLISTER St.,
. X nr. I^arkln ; 7 rooms ; bath ; rent $40; water free.
rJTHREE SUNNY NEW FLATS; MODERN:
X 2119 Howard St., nr. Seventeenth; Brooms; bath
each ; rent $25 and $30; water free.
"I '"I Eg M tSSION, NR. ELEVENTH — 8
L»)i»J4 beautiful papered rooms; bath; station-
ary tubs. •; ; -. ..* --.■-■
- ROOMS, BATH AND LAUNDRY, PAPERED,
«-) painted inside and out: electric bell, large yards,
. with front and rear entrance-; on Twelfth st., bet.
• Mission and Howard: fast car line: rent $25.
• • Also, 4 rooms, and bath, second floor, on Glen
Park avenue; rent $15. DEMPSTER, 30 Glen
1 Park avenue, off Twelfth street.
SUNNY CORNER FLAT 5 ROOMS: BATH;
800 Webster, corner Fulton; completely fur-
; nlsbed; rent $30. Apply BALDWIN * HAM-
MOND. 10 Montgomery st.
I/W.AT 4 SUNNY ROOMS: YARD. 62 NOR-
! .V folk St., off Harrison, near Eleventh. -_,
'■ mo LET— FLAT OF 4 ROOMS AND STABLE.
X 230 Fulton st., '
1 ,- ROOMS; BATH; FIFTEENTH. SOUTH-
-0 east corner Twenty-sixth and Rartlett.
! VBW FLAT-B AY- WINDOW; FOUR ROOMS;
— > bath. 2034 Bryant aye.
ATEWLY PAPERED SUNNY FLAT OF 8
AM rooms ; $12: water free. 356 Third st.
\- ;:■'-. MODERN BAY-WINDOW FLAT; 5
li rooms;$18: bath: gas: tubs. 911 Folsom,nr.sth.
1 7I A POST— 3 AND 4 ROOM SUNNY FLATS;
X I X*± bath; garden; $17 and $18.
II QAI HOWARD— FLAT OF 7 ROOMS AND
-LIOU4 bath; all modern conveniences.
LOWBB FLAT 8 ROOMS, YAUI). CELLAR.
29 Dore st., between Ninth and Tenth, Harri-
son and Bryant : $10. v : .-."■■'-'''. '■ '■'. ".■•-• . ■ " .
]-M,\T nn BOOMS; WITH BATH. INQUIRE
-T at 921 Howard st. - . .. ." ,'■ ;
FINK NEW UPPER FLAT 7 ROOMS, BATH; 1
$40. 140 Fulton, r
971. SHOT WELL— NEW, MODERN, SUNNY,
— i I 3 upper flat; 6 rooms; bath; all nicely pa-
pered; large cellar; no children under 14 years.
■ Apply 27 Shotwell at., nr. Fourteenth. -
j O_QQ * SUNNY FURNISHED ROOMS AND
I 'tP-^*'-— ">•■•' 2132 'Howard St.
TTILAT 7 BOOMS, BATH, 531 GUERRERO ST.,
X) $26; also flat 4 rooms, BO7V_ Valencia st/, $14
4 BOOMS 1 UPPER FLOOR. 82 eveuktt'st."
-i tie,;!- Fourth. . .. - ... '-. -, '.-■"■• -.'■'.■ • •'■.■ - ■■'■■■ ;■■- ■ . - .
i/>lec;an r sinny'TlTt 7 ROOMS, BATH;
j X_ beautifully papered and frescoed. 713 Grove.
"plats, 1 flats,' flats, flats, flats,
' To rent, to rent, to rent, to rent," to rent, to rent.
• BALDWIN A HAMMOND, 10 Montgomery st.
"] A/J9 FOLSOM— CORNER SUNNY BAY-
.XV'tJ— window flat: 6 rooms; bath.. Inquire of
J. SAGA N. 1 Fo'.som st. ;:■■
T OWER FLAT 4 ROOMS AND BATH : CLOSE
J-J to cars: marine view, modern improvements.
• 1121 Filbert at. /
|||O| HAIGHT, ABOVE BRODERICK— SUN-
-1U«1 ny 6-room <. flat: best neighborhood; line
view: also new 5-room corner flat. — : •:■ '.^y :;
1 LILY A YE.-4 BOOMS. ■ KEY AT GRO-
• XOX eery, Pago and Octaviu sis. , , • .
m~ LILY AYE.-LOWER FLAT; 4 ROOMS;
' key at grocery, Pac« and OcUvla s:s. ■<'■■• _..
v HOLsiEUJSEiaNO ROOMS. 1 ,
41' X F l ' 1 1 N Isl IK D ROOMS ; SG 1 'Fa BLE^FOR
X housekeeping for gentleman and' wife: -; situated
: in the Mission ; corner house ; plenty light and sun ;
f references exchanged. ': Address Mjssion, box 85,
Call OOlce././ , ;: ■^.■.v,. 1 :■'■ V. ■' :.■ -: '-' w. '"J ; '.-. ■ .■■
/'/)-. NATOMA,. COR. SEVENTU-2 SUNNY
UUJ furnished rooms; housekecplns;; reasonable.
Qjifoi HOWARD— LARGK , SUNNY, NEWLY
• '«)_i| furnished housekeeping mis.; reasonable.
•> I/• illlRI) - HOUSEKEEPING. SUITES;
• ) 1 I) front and back; also single rooms; cheap.
ifiAjß FOLSOM— CHEAP:-? FRONT -.SUNNY
XVJtrU housekeeping rooms: $6 up. %■':-*■■ :' '
! /'•;- THIRD-SUNN Y ;, FRONT; SUITE, FUR-
U_-») nished complete for housekeeping; , nochil-
■ <ii-' n. :: ; c l -<',^-)-::.-.:;.-' r -,'.3^"-' J..;- "..■'• • ■■,
I p; £0 HOWARD-. • rooms, complete FOR
| iJOO housekeeping; cheap. Vr.-? '
. Q TUIV K~LAROE FRONT , S ROOMS, COM-
I -tO plctu for housekeeping; s *a; bath. '- . ■
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS — Continued.
-1 Q ~ i HOW ABD, COB. TENTH— B I SUNNY:
JLO-Itt furnished housekeeping range; bath.
1 Q LEWIS; OFF TAYLOR, NEAR POST—
; i-O Large unfurnished room and kitchen, $9; also
furnished rooms, $13. ■.-.■■■■ ' \-
p.o7 STEVENSON (REAR) — TWO NICE
«JO I sunny furnished rooms for housekeeping.
OrQl CALIFORNIA — 3 ELEGANT FUR-
~uJOX ulshed rooms for housekeeping: rent $20.
I 7AO STOCKTON— 2 .SUNNY~ROOMS: FUR-
J I v/O nished complete for housekeeping; rent
cheap. ■
C A Q MINNA-SUNNY ROOM FOR HOUSE-
O-tt/ keeping; also otheii. ,
m*~ WEBSTER — 2 OR 8 NICELY FUR-
nished rooms " for housekeeping; wooden
mantel: gas; bath. .- . • ■■■.•• .■■■'■'.'■ .:-,".
:9Q HARRIET— FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
£*J housekeeping. ■
m HYDE— 3 FURNISHED HOUSEKEEP-
Ing sunny rooms cheap. '■
A 1 Q FRANKLIN — NICE SUNNY ROOMS,
_:XO completely furnished for housekeeping.
OB 3 BAY-WINDOW ROOMS FOR HOUSE-
keeping. E., box 143, this ofHce. ..■-.. ": .- • '
mEDDY — 3 ROOMS, COMPLETE g FOR
housekeeping. ... ' ..,■■-. . -■■
AOQ SIXTH-NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS
tr_tt7 for housekeeping.
099 THIRD-FRONT FURNISHED HOUSE-
O____ keeping suite, $12: single, $1, *1 25, $1 50.
A O,t 1 HAVES— NICE SUNN Y BAY-WINDOW
t:Ot:3 room, suitable for '_; board optiopal; also
back parlor and four furnished housekeeping rooms.
Q9< BUSH— 2 OR 3 SUNNY UNFURNISHED
O— rooms for light housekeeping. *
1 AO9 A BUSH — HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS,
xUU__ suites or single; gas; range. - .
9Q-| MINNA— FURNISHED FRONT; HOUSE-
-OL keeping; double and single; cheap.
Tq I C POLK— 2 NICELY FURNISHED, SUN-
XtjxO _y front rooms; housekeeping; bath;
gas: $15. ••" ■■ ■
QUNNY FURNISHED ROOMS, SUITABLE
0 for housekeeping; reasonable. 430V_ Clemen-
tina St., near Sixth. , -
CAQ EDDY — PLEASANT SUNNY . SUITE
OxJO complete for housekeeping.
79C O'FARRELL — FLOOR 4 BEAUTIFUL
I— ic> rooms; sunny yard; furnished or unfur-
nished. ■
CAT 1 SI^.TH— _ OR 3 SUNNY . BAY-WIN-
O\JX2 dow rooms furnished for housekeeping,
cheap. ■ .
£>f»X BRODERICK, COR. FULTON— 2 OR 3
UUi) beautiful rooms complete for housekeeping;
gas; bath; grate; tine neighborhood; sunny; sepa-
rate.
PEARL, CORNER MARKET, OPPOSITE
via— Front and back parlor, well furnished
for housekeeping; running water; $15.
ijfQ 5 NICE ROOMS. 66 FIRST ST.
«jpo. . . . ..
01 7 THIRD — LARGE SUNNY FRONT
OX i rooms $6. $10. $12 month: $1 60 to $3 wk.
ROOMS TO LET.
T^AT^_A^Y^sTjNN^^UTT > E^O^^m^^
I QA/( LARKIN— SUNNY FURNISHED ROOMS.
I 01/' i $4 and $5 n:onth___ - - - •
A 7' BUSH— SUNNY DOUBLE AND SINGLE
OUI rooms, neatly furnished, $7 np,
1 t)(> TURK^-SUNNY, NEWLY FURNISHED
X—iU double and single rooms: reasonable.
99A THIRD— SINGLE AND SUITES; LIGHT
____U housekeeping; $15 up: brick building; yard.
oT/ff Kham a — NICE SUNN V FRONT
OIL) rooms, well furnished, cheap.
Q9| TURK— FRONT BAY-WINDOW SUITE;
O_«i L well furnished ; private family reasonable.
nf\A HOWARD, COR. THIRD— FINELY FUR 1
4 v/tr nished sunny front rooms: transient.
AJJ SOUTH PARK (UPSTAIRS)— LARGE SUN-
Jt • ny front room: private family. . '
GOBI HAVES— SUNNY FURNISHED
U__O2 front room $4 per month.
~rf\ "I STOCKTON— NICELY FURNISHED
XX rooms; very cheap.
TENTH — 2 LARGE SUNNY ROOMS;
board or housekeeping. ,
&O A MONTH ; LARGE SUNNY FURNISHED
tJpU front room. 735 Folsorn st.
A Of* FULTON, BET. GOUGH AND OCTA VIA
■_t_-U — rooms to let; rent $10.
m SIXTH — CHEAPEST IN THE CITY:
double and single front rooms.
Q97 GEARY— LARGE FRONT SUNNY ELE-
t/_i I gantly furnished room for 1 or 2.
I AO' MARKET— LARGE FRONT SUITE
X\JOO well furnished ; also alcove; rent reason-
able. 1
i a*:i MARKET— 3 UNFURNISHED ROOMS,
X\JOX suitable for doctor or dentist; rent $20.
CIIMA m ) N-S U N NY FRONT ROOM, BATH,
wll gas, grate; also single; private family.
I 1 'Mi HOWARD— LARGE SUNNY FUR-
I lii)U nlshfd room, suitable for 1 or 2: $5.
9/1 MINT a\ ■>•:.. COR. JESSIE— NEWLY FUR-
--'1 nished rooms; $6 to $9 per month; quiet
house. . ■ - -
1 :NTlcliLY FURNISHED SUNNY
X\Jtj single rooms reasonable.
COO ELLIS-SINGLE ROOM FOR GENTLE-
«./-_O man, cheap; also housekeeping. j
8~ 1 GOLDEN GATE AYE,— SUNNY FU R-
-2 nished front room ; bath ; gas. : -:A-&
- / --_> MISSION, NEAR FOURTH— LARGE
I DO sunny furnished front room for gentleman. i
QA KEARNY— NICELY FURNISHED SUNNY
O' " rooms, reduced to half price. ' .
£»99b GEARY — RONT SUNNY SUITE;
U_-i_- well furnished; also single front rooms.
1 Q9O MARKET— FRONT SUNNY SINGLE
l'/i-U and double rooms: also housekeep rooms.
CKATBWORTH, ~ 703 SUTTER — SUNNY,
\J handsomely furnished rooms; bath; good ser-
vice; reasonable.
Q C\(* MARKET— OFFICES AND ROOMS FUR-
r/V'L) nished and unfurnished; also housekeeping
rooms. :
i")y \ O'FARRELL— SUNNY ALCOVE AND
U__»7 other rooms, furnished or unfurnished.
/• 1 " a MASON — ELEGANTLY furnished
'J LO room in private family; reasonable. . j
ftf'rj MINNA, COR. EKJHTH— NICELY FUR-
UU I nished buy- window rooms; $1 a week.
Q VAN NESS — sinny SUITE;
«/ bay-window parlors, first floor, private 1 resi-
dence, board optional; $25. -■.'■■•,.:
I 99 TAYLOR— ELEGANTLY FURNISHED
.I.— I—'1 —' suite, sunny rooms: also single rooms.
TAYLOR ST., NEAR MARKET— SUNNY j
suites and single rooms: reasonable.
QA 1' EIGHTH— NICELY FURNISHED ROOM.
i)T3 - ; . ■ ... .■ ' _____■-'
■1 07 SEVENTH ST.— FURNISHED ROOMS
JLO 1 from if.l week up; also housekeeping rooms;
transient. • ■■ .: . ■ ■-- •■ .
ln- ( | HOWARD— LARGE SUNNY SINGLE
lUuu and double rooms; transient.': - ■ ;
-Ti JONJES— SUNNY FRONT ROOMS*;
1) * ' 1- handsomely furnished ; hot and cold running
water.
Q?V7 W__E_STBB— B OH 4 .' unfurnished
t/" I rooms and bath; rent reasonable. ' : '
(in PAGE— 2 OR 8 UNFURNISHED ROOMS
__O for light housekeeping; suitable for a couple;
no children In house. ", . •
piRARD HOUSE, 142 SEVENTH—
AT and kitchen: also housekeeping rooms. ■
TOO JESSIE, . REAR MINT — FURNISHED
t:OO hoMsekeeplng rooms: use of kitchen; single
rooms cheap. ■ ■ .' . ..■>-.■■, •> : ' . . ■,■-■■''•
~A~ RLINGTON HOUSE, 127 ARNY— PLEAS-
_rV. ant sunny rooms, en suite mid single; first.class
in every respect; terms reasonable. ... --.-',.< -.■. ;, -v
riIHE SHERMAN APARTMENT-HOUSE; 129
X new sunny , rooms; strictly respectable; half
price of best ■ hotels with equal ; accommodations; -
very central.' 28 Eighth St.. near Market. ,
CC SECOND — FURNISHED " SINGLE AND
*)fJ suites: sunny: respoctal>!e; pas.
BOARDING AND ROOMS.
Cl/T MABON, VKAK sldTT__B^BUN N Y FU_C
t)X I nished room; board; American cook; ref. :
/^9l BUSH — SUITE 2 , FRONT ■ ROOMS:
U— ix single rooms: good board; $16. T . . ■
"PRIVATE BOARDING. 925 HYDE ST., COR.
X Pine— Sunny suite and single rooms, with board.
MRS.T. W. BROTHERTON. ■ .
CHILDREN BOARDED.
L"^ADY WOULD IJ XX A I N I'A NT OB CHILD
to board: good home;: mother's care. MRS.'
CARROLL, 3125 Mission st. - . - : \ ...
l\ ' ANTED— TO BOARD 108 2 CHILDREN!
. .»»: good care.'. 663 Howard si. : . .
TIT ANTED— BOA GIRL 5 YEARS OLD;
Ti good: suburban home. Address Girl box 85,
Call Branch Office. .
LADY WOULD like A CHILD TO BOAKD;
good home: mother's care. 21. *) 1^ Mason at.
:>-• STORES .;.' TO LET. ".'\V. ;",...
ToT^:7TLTvi^GTtO?)M!r^
and Mission st., near Thirtieth. '■ :■;; ■,-.; ,-., .> , : : \ , ;
9A7 AND 213 POLK ST.— FINE STORES FOR
__" I any kind of business; 4 rooms; $20. r; :- ' :
INK BUSINESS CORNER; 3 ' ROOMS;
stable. 600 Ninth st. • ; / -
AIQ. FOURTH ■•-. ST.— SMALL STORE: LOW
*± 1 O rent. Apply O. 11. T.M BSEN A- CO.^r.:- - :
~~^ OFFICES TO LET.
707 MARKET — LARGE FBONT SUNNY
I Of bay-window x ofiices for professionals; rent
reasonable. "--^: •'•-•■-.',-.;,- - : :.■•..■.
: ;" : ; : ;;; ATTORNEYS- AT-IiAWA ■
J' AMJ-S"~k7 ?fATOoTiN^YTAT_Cw^
,*)> Mills building, seventh iloor, room 16. : : j~~: -■'. ■:-:{
A D VICE FREE, DIVORCE LAWS A SPECIA Iv
A ty ; collections, damages; wills, deeds, etc.' O. W.
HO WE, Att'y-at-la w, 860 Market st., cor. Stockton.*
W. DAVIDSON, ATTORNEY ,420
'-11 j* California St., rms. 14-15: advice free. V*j ■:.%■■: s
JOHN B. AITKKN. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, RS.
O - 16 and 17, 402 Montgomery at., cor. California.
PERSONALS.
DR. cT^iT^sFENckir iias^discoVered
how to grow new hair and save what you have:
a large class j under treatment. Send address for
book explaining treatment, 1206 Market. -
milE NE W. LOUVRE DINING-PARLORSJAT
-L 8-14 O'Farrell st. are the talk of the town. ;.-
ATE MURPHY, BORN ,I X KNACKINE,
County Waterford, Ireland : marriage | name,
MRS. BALDWIN; inquired for at 16% Folsom St.,
city. ' '.-• ' ;■■/ ' \ -■: -...'.„''
M! VALLEY CAMPKHS, TO RENT— PLAT-
form with new tent, 12x15: furnished if de-
sired; splendid location; also furnished rooms, or
6-room flat. Address Postoffice, Eastland.
T7HNE SUITS, $15: DBBSS PANTS, $4 75.
J? Misfit Clothing Parlors, i 4 Geary st. . - .
I . HUPTLI, LADIES' HAIR DRESSER, HAS
O . removed to 1158 Market St., next 10 the Maze.
ENT INK STEAM AND ELECTRIC BATHS.
VT Miss HAN I.J-N, 1 11*1- Stockton St., room 1.
AIK-DRESSING, 25c; ANY STYLE; b7
SPITZ, 111 Stockton st. ; established 1869 ;
strictly one price, 25c only. „
Cawc a pa 1 less TREATMENT; ELEC>
tricity. •■: MRS. LEE, 327 Ellis st. .
LOAKS, CAPES AND SUITS RETAILED AT
mfrs' cost. Factory, 20 Sansome st., upstairs.
MBS. MELVILLE-SNYDER HAS REMOVED
her Oratorical, Vocal and Dramatic Academy
t0519 Van Ness aye; vocal classes Monday, 8 p.m.,
?1 mo.: dramatic classes Wednesday, 8 P. m,, Fri-
day, 3 p.m., $3 mo. ; children, Saturday, 12:30 p.m.,
50c mo.; private lessons: stage for practice.
ADVICE FREE; DIVORCE LAWdA SPECIAL-
A ty ; collections, damages, wills, d*eds.?tc. G. W.
HOWE, Att'y-at-law, 850 Market., cor. Stockton.
pHARLKY-Ct'iiE ~ Y~OUR~*DANDRUf3', IT
V' looks bad and leads to a diseased scalp; one
bottle of Smith's dandruff Pomade is guaranteed
to cure or money refunded; price $1, at all drug-
stores. SMITH BROS., manufacturers, Fresno, Cal.
/ UT IN - PRICES OF SWITCHES, WIGSV
\J bangs, natural curl: La Write curling fluid ex-
cels;.. hair dressed 25c. La Verl.o Hair-dressing
Bazaar, 1170 Market St., over Maze.
V INETOSCOI'ES FOR SALE; PHONOORAPH
ix outfits bought cash. Bacigalupi, 946 Mkt.
TT E ADQU A RTESS LONG DISTANCE TELE-
IX phones, cheap; Send for prices. Klein Electric
Works, 720 Montgomery st., San Francisco, Cal.
■CTTSrf iNG-OARD6 ENQRAVAD at robert-
V SON'S, 126 Post at. : ■■■■■-.: ■ ■'-
HIGHEST PRICK PAID LADIES' OR GENTS'
cast-off clothing. Send postal, J. F., 15 Russ st.
T) A CIFIC STATES DETECTIVE AGENCY', 20
XT Ellis St., rm3. 1 <fe 2; telephone, main 5506, S. F.
WE 1 i DING INVITATIONS ENGRAVED AND
printed. ROBERTSON'S, 126 Post st.
OLD BUILDINGS BOUGHT AND SOLD,
store-fixtures, doors, windows, lumber, pipe,
etc.: cheap. Yard 1166 Mission et., nr. Eighth.
WE COULDN'T DO THE BUSINESS WE'RE
doing if prices were not right. ... =
Carpets, new and second hand, from... 25c tip
Oak Bed Sets.... $17 50 up
Mattings, per yard ..7c up
Linoleum, per yard ..50c
Kitchen Chairs.... 25c
Kitchen Tables...*... ;... $150
EVERYTHING IN PROPORTION.
Largest stock and store in the city; lowest
! prices; easy terms, if desired. .■
J. NOON AN, 1017-1019-1021-1023 Mission St.,
above Sixth. Open evenings. _ _^- - .
QECOND-HAND AS WELL AS NEW BARS,
O showcases, counters, shelving!?, mirrors, desks,
safes, chairs, scales, etc., and . a very large stock of
. them, too; be sure and see stock anil get prices be-
fore going elsewhere- J. NOON AN, 1017-1019-
-1021-1023 Mission St., above Sixth.
GAS FIXTURES AND PLUMBING. 623
' Golden Gate aye. 11. HUFSCHMIDT.
OLD GOLD, SILVER, GENTS' AND LADIES'
clothing bought. COLMAN, 41 Third st.
WINDOW "SHADES MANUFACTURED TO
J V I order by WILLIAM McPHUN. 1195 Market.
A~ WEEK'S NEWS FOR 5 CENTS — THE
WEEKLY CALL, in wrapper, for mailing.
DELINQUENT SALE NOTICES.
ELI^QUE^T^ATE^NOTIcTr^^OLDEN
Eagle Mining Company— Location of principal
place of business. San Francisco, California: loca-
tion of works, Devils Gate Mining District, Lyon
County, Nevada.
Notice— There are delinquent upon the following
i described stock, ';." account of assessment (No. 1),
levied on the Bth day of January, 189 the
several amounts set opposite the names of the re-
spective shareholders, as follows:
No. •
Names. So. Cert. Shares. Amount.
Morris Hoefllch..... 5 10,000 $1,50000
•H. M. Levy, Trustee 7 20,000 3,000 00
H. M. Levy, Trustee. 8 1,000 150
H. M. Levy, Trustee 9 1,000 150 00
H. M. Levy, Trustee. 10 ,1,000 150 00
H.M. Levy, Trnstee 11 1,000 -15000
H. M. Levy, Trustee... 12 500 75 00
E.B. Holmes, Trustee. 18 20,000 3,000 00
E. B. Holmes, Trustee 19 7,900 1,185 00
E. B. Holmes, Trustee 20 995 1 49 25
And In accordance with law, and an order from
the Board of Directors, made 00 the eighth day of
January, 1895, so many shares of each parcel of
sucu stock as may be necessary, will be sold at pub-
lic auction at the office; of the company, room 50,
Nevada Block, No." SO9 Montgomery street, San
"Francisco, California, on MONDAY, the fourth
day of March, 1805, at ihe hour of 2 o'clock 9. m.
| of s&ld day, to pay said delinquent assessment
i thereon, together with costs of advertising and ex-
penses of sale.
E. B. HOLMES. Secretary.
Office— Room 50, Nevada Block. No. 309 Mon>
osuary (treat, Ban Francisco, California.
POSTPONEMENT.
Notice Is hereby given that by order of the Board
of Directors the date of the aaie of delinquent stock:
for assessment No. 1 is hereby postponed to MON-
DAY, the 25th day of March, A. D. 1895, at the
same time and place. -
E. B. HOLMES, Secretary.
GOLDEN EAGLE"MINING COMPANY.
: FURTHER POSTPONEMENT.
Notice is hereby given that, by order of the Board
of Directors the day of the sale of delinquent stock
1 for assessment No. 1 is hereby further postponed
; to WEDNESDAY, the 24th day of April, A. D.
1895, at the same time and place. .;
K. B. HOLMES, Secretary.'
LEGAL NOTICES.
TN^fHE^iFpERIOR^C OURT ~OF~THE CITY
-L and county of San Francisco, State of California,
Department No. 10. s
In the matter of THE LOG CABIN BAKERY
COMPANY (a corporation) In insolvency. ■
Under and by order of said Superior Court, the
undersigned, R. I. WHKLAN, receiver of the es-
tate of THE LOG CABIN BAKERY CO., insolvent
debtors, will, on the Bth day of April. 1895, at 11
o'clock a. m., at the premises, corner Fourteenth
and Sanchez, streets, in the city and county of San
Francisco, pursuant to said order, sell at public
auction, to the highest bidder, for cash; the follow-
ing described property, to wit: 23 horses, 13
wagons, 1 buggy. 1 cart, harness, flour, canned
fruit, tins, pans, plates, merchandise used for bakery
purposes, fixtures, etc., used in the bakery busi-
ness, etc., etc., etc. R. I. WHELAN,
Receiver of said insolvents. i
Dated April 5, 1895.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE CITY
i- and County of San Francisco, State of California.
In the matter Of the trust estate created by S. C.
HASTINGS for the use and benefit of the poor.
It appearing by the petition 1 presented and filed
herein by WALTER J. PHELPS, trustee of the
above-named trust estate, praying for an order of
sale of real estate, that it is necessary to sell the
whole of the real property of said estate to pay the
debts and charges against it and to avoid the ex-
pense of keeping the seme and prevent said prop-
; erty from being sold for taxes. • -"
It Is therefore ordered by the. Judge of said court
that all persons interested in said trust estate ap-
pear before this court in the courtroom thereof of
Department 10, in the new City Hall, in said city
and county, on Friday, the 19th day of April, 1895,
at the hour of 10. o'clock in the forenoon of said
day, to show cause why an order should not be
granted to said trustee to sell said real estate.
And that a copy of this order be published at
least once a week for four successive weeks in the
San Francisco Call, a, newspaper published and
printed in said city, and county, and that a copy
thereof be personally served upon each of the execu-
tors of the last will of S. C. HASTINGS, deceased,
at least ten days before the said day of hearing.
CHARLES W. SLACK, Superior Judge.
Dated March 15, 1895. j
UIVOKCE SUITS BEGUN.
Alice McCaffrey against Herbert McCaffrey. ,
MARRIAGES— DEATHS.
... [Birth, marriage ana death notice* sent by mall
will not be Inserted. They must be handed in at
either of the publication offices and be indorsed
with the name and residence of persons authorized
to have the same published. I .
BORN.
CATTRRMOLE— Alameda, April 1, 1895, to
■ the wife of L. Cattermole, a son. .
FRENCH— In this city. April 2, 1895, to the wife
of F. W. French, a daughter. , -
HOWLAND-In this city, April, 1, 1895, to the
. wife of Charles F. Howland, a son.
JOH ANSEN— In this city, March 22, 1895, to the
v. wife of D. Johansen, a son. .' , ■.-,;■
LEVY— April 5,1895, to the wife of Ben Levy,
a son.
PURDY— In this city, April 5, 1895, to the wife Of
John H. Purd3", a son.
: MAURIEO.
ANTHONY— In this city, March 31, 1895,
by the Rev. Dr. W. W. Case, Andrew B..Kegg
v and Alice M. "Anthony, both of San Francisco.
KAKCHER-STEVENS-In this I city, April 1,
v 180,'), by the Rev. Dr. W. W. Case, Edward C.
. ; Karcher of Trenton, Cal., and Ella C. Stevens of
■ ■-' Boston, Mass. , " ■-. • '■-';:. !<••"■
McINTYRE— PATRIDGE— In this city, April 3,
1895, by the Rev. E. McClish, D.D., Archibald D.
; Mcl'ityre and Mrs. Anna :K. . Patridge, both of
San Francisco. ,*• ;■ '„ .. „- .
TORIN-RODGERS-^ln • Oakland. February 27,
M 1895, by '.he Rev. Dr. AckerJy, F. K. Tobin and
••■> Lo:ta N. Rodgers, both of San Francisco. • '
'. . .':"* „..•.-.' DIED. „ .~~
; Anthony,' Dr. A; G. J ' Houston, Frank K.
;.' Ambrunn, Ida : . Kugeler, Regine
. Boman, Lizzie E. • ' Koni, Jacob .-■: .- . :. .
' Bookman, I.VH.v: .-..: . Larrabee, William J. ;•
-y Brinckernpff, Harman Luckow, Erland R. r
. ',' Baiie. -, James F. ,: ■ McCarthy, Mary ■
Rreler, Mary - - McDonnell, Patrick
"."■ Bond, William H. . , Melrase, Thomas H.
..V Brady,". Faun le : . Manure, Adlard w-<- -w
: : Coehrun, A. H. ■ ' Newman, Margaret E. ■
■v Coleman, Guatavus A. Nannings,".PhUipa,'#v
< : Donohoe, Joseph A. - BLmonson, Captain &■ .
Forrestill. Mary Shannon, William P.
. Goer, Richard Tiffany, Dorothy . '■
'Hatman, Addie Trout, George - -v^
, ' Heffron, Genevieve Welch, Charles ;.'■■
AMBRUNN— In this city, April 4, 1895, Ida, he-
. ; loved wife of Frederick Ambrunn, mother of Lot-
: tie Ambrunn, and daughter of Charlotte Schnee-
gass, a native of New York, uged 42 years.
' 83f~Friends . and acquaintances are - respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral TO-MORROW I
(Sunday), at 2:30 o'clock p.m.. from the residence
of her mother, - 715 Lyon street, near | Goldeu
» Gate avenue. Interment I." O. O. F. Cemetery.
ANTHONY— In Oakland. April 3, 1895. Dr. A. G.
Anthony, a native of Massachusetts, aged 60
years 9 months and 16 days. . .
BOMAN— In Oakland, April 4, 1895, Lizzie E., be-
. loved wife of C. E. Botnan, a native of Portland,
Me., aged 52 years 10 months and 1 day.
•^ff*Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral THIS DAT
. (Saturday), at 2 o'clock p. m., from her late.
: residence, 2207 Adeline street, Oakland. Inter-
ment Mountain View Cemetery.
I BRADY— In this city, April 4, 1895, Fannie, be-
I loved wife of John Brady, sister of the late Mrs.
| Jane Cleary, aunt of Timothy, Henry, Katie and
Annie Cleary, and stepmother of Mrs. Frank
Moore, and Mrs.George Holden, a native of County
Limerick, Ireland, aged 51 years. -
■ *S~Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Saturday), at 8:::o o'clock a. m., from her late
. residence, 349 Tehama street, thence to St. Pat-
rick's Church, Mission street, where a • requiem
high mass will be- celebrated for the repose of
I her soul, commenciU!; at 9 o'clock a. m. Inter-
ment Holy Cross Cemetery.
I BOCKMAN— In this city, April 2, 1895. D. H.
Bockman, beloved husband of Amanda M. Bock-
man, father at Adolph, Henry, Frank, Clara,
Lily and George Bockraan. brother of John C.
Bockman, Mrs. Anna Menke of New Yorlc
and Mrs. Oatharlna Gefken of Brooklyn, a native
of Kuhrstedr, Germany, aged 61 years and 9
months. ' [New York papers please copy.
#3" Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral TO-MORROW
(Sunday), at 2 o'clock p.m., from Red Men's Hall,
j 510 Bush street. Interment I. O. O. F. Cemetery.
K. of P.— Officers and members of Excelsior Lodge
No. 12, K. of P.: Please assemble at Pythian
Castle, 909 Market street, TO-MORROW (Sun-
day), at 1 o'clock p. m., for the purpose of attend-
ing the funeral our late brother, D. H. Bockman.
AUGUST PETERSON, C. C.
John McHakdy Hay. K. of R. and S.
BRINCKERHOFF— At sea. March 30, 1895, Her-
man Brinckerhoff. first assistant engineer of
steamship Columbia, dearly beloved husband of
Jo.-sle Harrington Brlnckerhoff, a native of New
York, aged 45 years. /
j&3~Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral TO-MORROW
(Sunday), at 2 o'clock p. m., from King Solomon's
I Hall, Masonic Temple, corner Post and Mont-
j gomery streets, under the auspices of Excelsior
Lodge No. 166, F. and A. M. Interment Masonic
\ Cemetery. *: . ■
I BAILEY— In this city, April 4, 1895, James F.
Bailey, a native of New York City, aged 27 years
! and 8 months.
BRELER— In Oakland, April 4, 1895, Mary Breler,
j a native of Ireland, aged 48 years. ...
• BOND— In Arroyo Grande, April 3, 1895, William,
i Hammett Bond, a native of Pennsylvania; aged ,
j 64 years. • -
! COLEMAN- In this city, April 5, 1895. T Gustavus
| A., beloved husband of Annie Marie Coleman,
j only son of Mrs. M. M. Coleman. and brother of
Mm. Minnie Fortune, a native of Boston, Mass.,
agert 39 years 4 months and 16 days.-
Friends, and acquaintances are respect-
-1 fully Invited to intend the funeral TO-MORROW
j (Sunday), at 12:30 o'clock p.m.. from the resi-
; dence of his brother-in-law. Henry Coyle, 658
I Jessie street. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.
j A. O. F. of A.— Court Golden State No. 7495, A. O.
j F. of A.: Officers and members of above court
are requested to assemble at their hall
■ TO-MORROW (Sundiiv), at 12 o'clock &r. sharp,
to attend the funeral of our late brother, Gustavius
A. Coleman. Members of other courts and visit-,
ing brothers are respectfully invited.
H. MASTERS, C. R.
• Geo. Moody, Fin. Sec.
COCHRAN— In San Jose, April 4, 1895, Dr. A. H.
Cockran, a native of Scotland, aged 63 years and
10 months. ' » !
DONOHOE— In this city,. April 6. 1895. Joseph
1 Augustine Donohop, a native of New York City,
aged 68- years and 7 months
j6"9"JNoticeoi funeral hereafter.
FORRESTILL-In Oakland, April 3. 1895, Mary
Forrestill, a native of Ireland, aged 65 years.
! GEER— In this city, April 5, 1895, Richard (Jeer,
beloved father of Roger, Ada and Carroll Goer,
a native of Beaminster, England, aged 72 years
! and 1 month.
tOT Notice of funeral hereafter.
HOUSTON— In this city, April 5, 1895, Frank X.,
beloved husband of Alice Simpson Houston, and
brother of Sallie B. Melvin of Bangor, Me., a na-
I tive of Massachusetts, aged 49 years and 2
months. j Banscor (Me.) papers please copy. 1
j»3~Notlce of funeral hereafter.
HATMAN— In this city, April 5. 1895, Addle,
beloved daughter of George W. and Mary Hat-
man, a native of San Francisco.
HEFFRON— In thit city, April 5, 1895, Genevieve,
beloved daughter of Thomas N. and Eva M-
Heffron (nee Culliiiane), a native of San Fran-
cisco, aged 3 months and 2 days.
I KUGELER— In this city, April 3, 1895, Regine
Kugeler, beloved mother of Mrs. H. Carstens.
Mrs. J. J.Hlntz and the late August Kugeler ami
11. Kugeler, Mrs. C. Brandes and the late Mrs. M.
Doscher of New York, a native of Hanover, Ger-
! many, aged 87 years and 9 days. ',
«3"Friends and acquaintances are respect-
i frilly invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
■ : (Saturday), at 2 o'clock P. m., from the residence
j of her son-in-law, J. J. Hintz, 1065 Howard
street, between Sixth and Seventh". Interment
1 LO.O. F. Cemetery.
! KORN— At Union House, Sacramento County,
1 Cal., April 5. 1895, Jacob Korn, beloved husband .
| of Bina Korn, aged 68 years.
I LUCKOW— In this city, April 5, 1895, Erland R.,
!• ' beloved son of Richard. C. and Sarah Luckow,
a native of San Francisco, aged 2 months and 8
i days. '
! LARRABEE— In this city, April 4, 1895, William
J. Larrabee, a native of Rhode Island, aged 48
; years.
! MCCARTHY— In this city. April 4, 1895, Mary,
beloved sister of James R. McCarthy, a native of
Ireland, aged 75 years. - [Boston and Memphis
papers please copy.j
iS~Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Saturday), at 8:30 o'clock a.m., from the resi-
dence of her brother, 1001 Florida street, thence
to Peter's Church, where a solemn requiem mass I
will be celebrated for the repose of her soul,
commencing at 9 o'clock a. m. Interment
Mount Calvary Cemetery. , - „,
MCDONNELL— In Seattle, March 29, 1895, Patrick
McDonnell, dearly beloved husband of Jane Mc-
Donnell, and father of Katie and Frank McDon-
nell and Mrs. A. Phelan, a native of the parish of
Scull, County Cork, Ireland, aged 50 years. ■' ■-
H9-Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral TO-MORROW
(Sunday), at 11:30 o'clock a. m.. from' his late
residence, 427 Broadway. Interment Holy Cross
Cemetery.
MELROSE— this city, April 4, 1895, Thomas
H. Melrose, a native of Scotland, aged 82 years.
: #3" Friends and acquaintances are resnect-
fully invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Saturday), at 2 o'clock p. m., from the resi-
dence of his son, Kenneth Melrose, 2718 Octavla
street. Interment private. Please omit flowers.
MARCURE— In Oakland, April 4, 1895, Adiard
| Marcure, a native of Canada East, aged 40 years.
NEWMAN— In this city, April 3, 1895, Margaret
Elizabeth, beloved daughter of Jacob and Mar-
garet Newman, and sister of Agnes. Florence,
William and Henry Newman and Mrs. George
D.Collins, a native of San Francisco, . aged 17
years and 22 days. f Sacramento papers please
copy. I ... ■..,,:
*«* Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Saturday), at 9 o'clock a. m., from the residence
of her parents, 2437 Larkin street, thence to St.
| Bridget's Church, where a requiem high mass
will be : celebrated for the repose of her soul, ;
: commencing at 9:30 o'clock a. m. Interment
; Mount Calvary Cemetery. i .
NANNINGS— In this city, April 4, 1895, Philip
Nannings, a native of Holland, aged 70 years.'
SHANNON— this city, Aprtl 4, 1895, William
P., beloved husband of Mary Shannon, and
father of Mrs. Richard Lewis. Mrs. W. J. Con-
nolly, Mrs. Thomas McCraith and Wallace Shan- -
' non, a native of Canada, aged 57 years.
JB3TThe funeral will take place THIS DAY
(Saturday), at 1 o'clock p. m., from his late resi-
dence, 728 Capp street. Interment Holy Cross
Cemetery v Please omit flowers. .'- „ .
j SIMOXSON— In this city. April 5, 1895, Captain 8.
Simonson, a native of . Norway, aged 48 years 1
- month and 17 days. ", ■ . .
TIFFANY— In this city, April 5, 1895, Dorothy,
infant daughter of William Z. and Arrah Sroufe
- Tiffany, a native of j San Francisco, aged 1 year
: and 8 months.
• Funeral services will be held TO-MORROW
(Sunday), at 2 o'clock p. m.. at the residence,
2318 Sutter street. Interment private. Please
;-, omit flowers. • - ' .
TROUT— In this city, April 5, 1895, George, be-
loved husband of Mamie Trout (nee Mella), a na-
■ tive of Pennsylvania, aged 54 years.
WELCH— In this city, April 5, 1895, Charles, be-
loved husband of Katie O. Welch, and father of
William, Charles, Frank. Alfred, Leo and Herbert
•Welch; and brother of Michael, James and Wil-
l iam Welch of this city and Mrs. J. Crowley of _
. Santa Rosa, a native of New York, aged 47 years ' :
6 months and 8 days. [Rome (N. V.) papers
please copy. • -
. JC3~Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral TO-MORROW
(Sunday), at 11:30 o'clock a.m., from his late resi-
I dence, 428 Waller street, thence to Sacred Heart
Church for services. Interment Holy Cross Cem-
I " etery. -•- ■:.-■. ■ ; ■'_-;•.• ■;- ■■■ \- .'■.■■
ST. PATRICK'S MUTUAL ALLIANCE AS3OCl-
'■■■ ation of ? California— The officers and members
are hereby notified: to assemble TO-MORROW
(Sunday), at 11:30 o'clock a. m.; at 428 Waller
street, to pay the last tribute of respect to our
.-, late brother member, Charles Welch. Per order '„
; THOMAS 1\ ALFORD, President. ;
I John F. Qualk, Corresponding Secretary. ■„
m ', UNITEI> UNDERTAKERS' i
EMBALMING PARLOUS.
Everything Requisite for First-class Funerals -
•:: ■"<"- ' at Reasonable Rates. •■
-" Telephone 3167. _27 and 29 Fifth street, j
WJcAVOY & CALLACHER, I
DIBKCTORS A EMBAIMKKS,
20 Fifth St.. Opp. Lincoln School. «
' .;■ ;;'•■ Telephone HOBO. ':::■■.'' ••
CYPRESS LAWN CEMETERY.
TN SAN MATEO COUNTY; NON-SECTARIAN;
1 - laid oat on the lawn plan ; perpetual core : beau-
tiful, permanent and easy of access : ' see it . bef or*
baying v. burial place elsewhere. *■
CUt Office. 9 CUr Hall Avenue*
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