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J CITY REAL ESTATE.
J\O YOU "WANT A HOME T
DO YOU WANT INVESTMENTS?
. '•: DO YOU WANT TO SPECULATE?
If so. call at office and we will submit you bar-
gains In all classes of properties In all parts of the
city. .
• • • EASTON, ELDRIDGE & CO.,
638 Market st.
rpiIREE FINE FLATS.
X WESTERN ADDITION.
SUNNY SIDE OF GROVE ST..NR.BUCHAN AN.
. Reduced for immediate sale; 3 flats 6
rooms and bath; rents, $63 per month; new
plumbing and in good condition. Fine investment
and a bargain. \
EASTON. ELDRIDGE A CO., 638 Market st.
/"CHOICE WESTERN ADDITION LOT.
\J NORTHEAST CORNER. MARINE VIEW.
$7000— Reduced for • quick, sale; size of lot
60x100: just the place or; elegant home; see it
for yourself. N.K. cor. Green and Laguna Bts. A
big bareaiu.
m < in. ELDRIDGE <fe CO., 638 Market st.
MISSION HOME.
ONLY $2850! ONLY $2850!
On line of cable, nr. Twenty-first st. 7 rooms and
• bath; house in good condition and nearly new; a
big bargain for a homeseeker; half cash and bal-
ance easy. : - -
EASTON,' ELDRIDGE & CO., 638 Market st.
SUNNY SIDE LOT.
READY TO BUILD UPON! •-•<
ONLY 2 BLOCKS FROM ELECTRIC ROAD.
$300— Cost present owner $550 must sell at once
to leave city: size 25x112:6; a nice spot for a cozy
cottage.
EASTON, ELDRIDGE _ CO., 638 Market St.
A SHBUBY HEIGHTS RESIDENCE.
J\ REDUCED TO $9000.
• Nine rooms, bath, attic and basement; cost
owner over $15,000; large lot, 50x106:3; house
must be seen to be appreciated; chance for fine
home at about half value.
EASTON, ELDRIDGE A CO.,
__^ ■ ■ . 638 Market St.
MISSION BUILDING LOT. "
ONLY $50 CASH.
Balance $5 per month, for fine lot on Diamond
St., near Twenty-second; ready to build upon; size
-6x125. EASTON, ELDRIDGE & CO.,
. - ■ 638 Market st.
W" ESTERN ADDITION RESIDENCE.
ELEGANT NEIGHBORHOOD.
. $8000— REDUCED LATELY.
.Eleven rooms and bath; large lot, 30x137:6;
north Bide of street; call for particulars.
EASTON, ELDRIDGE & CO.,
638 Market st.
ARK LOTS AT HALF PRICE.
ONLY 2 MORE LEFT— SISO EACH.
28th avenue: 2 blocks south of Park; cheapest
lots in district; size -6xl-0: sure speculation; they
. are worth donble the money.
EASTON, ELDRIDGE <_ CO., 638 Market st.
A GREAT CHANCE.
- Bandall St., near 30th st. and San Mateo
electric-cars; new bay-window cottage of 4 rooms
and bath high basement; modern improvements:
street work done ; terms $500 cash and $20 per
month; interest 7 per cent. For sale by •
BALDWIN _ HAMMOND,
10 Montgomery sj.
•'<£Q9fin TWO MODERN FLATS, DOLORES
*S;Q~y.'\J. St.; rents $360 a year; lot '-5x125;
■table, etc. : % cash.
$3500— Two flats and store: deep lot: rents $400.
Five-room cottage; barn: lot 1 00x75 feet;
worth-$3OOO. A. M. -PECK <_ CO., 80 Monlgom-
ery st. __^
PACIFIC HEIGHTS.
FOB SALE AT LESS THAN COST. -
' Easy payments, as small as rent; price, $7250;
new house of nine rooms completely finished;
will be tinted to suit; very sunny; fine marine
view; Buchanan, near Valleio. THOMAS MAGEE
& SONS, 4 Montgomery st.
ARK LOTS FOR BUILDING.
$300 Block bounded by Point Lobos aye.
$325
$350 Clement st. and 34th and 35th ayes.
$400
$500 Electric cars will run on Clement st. and
$750
Point Lobos aye. within 30 days.
Terms— s2s cash, balance $5 per month.
BUILDING LOTS SOUTH OF PARK.
$500— On 10th and 11th ayes. and Land M sts ;
property all graded; fine marine and park view;
terms $25 cash, balance $10 per month.
Apply to WILL E. FISHER „ CO.,
Real Estate Agents, 14 Post st.
A TTE^TION, INVESTMENT - SEEKERS—
-<.»- One of best business corners on Folsomst.;
£5x90; great sacrifice. Inquire 1205 Market st.
9/1 QQ LARKIN— HOUSE 5 ROOMS: BATH,
«ii)i/ large cellar, garden; lot 22:6x96; no
agents. x
\l aNI •: D — FOR CASH. FLATS IN THE
»» Western Addition; $4000 to $6000; must be
. cheap. H. MURPHY, 628 Market st. "
<}_^nfMY~ DIAMOND^T., NEAR 18TH; FINE
iJjO\J\J\J. cottage 5 rooms: bath and large base-
. ment: nearly new; price reduced from $3750;
'Jjxl-5; has to be sold as a bargain. OESTEII-
REICHER <fc OWEN,|SO3 California st.
~_:~QrWin LARGE LOT, 57x125, ON THIR-
rI)Ov/Ul/. tleth st., near Noe, with 2 tenements,
consisting of store and 4 rooms and cottage of 4
rooms; stable, well and chicken-house; big bar-
gain; terms % cash. SPECK'S. 30 Montgomery.
HOUSES FOR SALE ON SMALL MONTHLY
payments; loans made on San Francisco real
y estate. LOUIS BLANK 214 Pine st., ran. 68 & 51.
OR SALE — CHEAP. HOUSE, 6 ROOMS;
bath: stable lot 22x117 :6. 239 Chattanooga
et. ; no asrent. '..- .-:
IN ALAMEDA— TO EXCHANGE FOR SAN
Francisco property, modern 2-story bouse: 6
rooms and bath; handsomely furnished; lot 60x
160; gas,- city and well water: carriage-bouse;
- street macadamised ; half block to electric-cars; 5
minutes from broad-gauge station; 6 minutes to
narrow gauge: cost $9300. Apply CHAS. C.
BEMI3, 324 Montgomery st., S. F.
<J_ CA A COTTAGE OF 2 ROOMS IN BERKE-
<SO\J\J. ley, lot 40x135, $50 down, $10 monthly;
. houses and lots all over town. CHAS. A. BAILK V,
46 Market st. or Berkeley station, Berkeley.
: T)ROPERTY-OWNERSr_UILDERS, ARCHI-
X tects— Guaranteed surveys of city lots for $7 50
up by B. HARRISON SMITH, 530 California, r. 9.
WEEK'sTnEWS FOR 5 CENTS- THE
WEEKLY CALL, in wrapper, lor mailing.
MEDICAL..
ANEW PROCESS— MEDICINE, INSTRU-
menta or worthless pills used ; every woman
her own physician for all female troubles; no mat-
ter from what cause: restores always In one day;
if you want to be treated safe and sure call on men's
■ physician ; knowledge can be sent and used at home;
jail cases guaranteed. DR. POPPER, 318 Kearny st.
LADIES^-1323 GEARY; DRS. JANNEY IN-
■XJ Btttute open for reception of women before and
daring confinement; skill only; advice free; all
subjects of private or delicate nature confidential,
LL LADIES IN TROUBLE CONSULT THE
only reliable specialist in San Francisco; In-
stant relief; $500 paid for any case I cannot cure;
board; skillful attention during confinement; spe-
cial attention to diseases of the eye; advice free
confidential. MRS. DR. SCOTT, 110% Turk at.
MRS. DA. : WEGENER, PRIVATE HOME
for all female diseases; separate homes for la-
dles before and during confinement; have enlarged
' and arranged my home to suit rich and poor; Ir-
regularities cured In a day : guaranteed; no instru-
ments; regular physicians of long and successful
■ ■ practice; travelers attended; no delay; all business
strictly confidential; babies adopted. 419 Eddy st.
SURE SAFE CUKE FOR ALL FEMALE
disease -. a home In ' confinement with best
* care; with the privacy of a home and conveniences
of a hospital; consultation free and confidential ; a
positive cure for liquor, morphine and tobacco
habit: every case guaranteed without injury to
health. MRS. DR. GWYER. 311% Hyde st.
"POSITIVE, GUARANTEED CURE FOR IR-
X regularities: used for years In private practice
with invariable success even in most aggravated
cases: easy to take; ' perfectly natural in action;
no pain, exposure or danger; j cures in two days;
sent securely sealed on receipt of $3 or C. O. D.;
strictly confidential. Address DX. J. MILTON
BERGETOLE, P. O. box 2223. S. F.
DR. AND MRS. DR. SCHMIDT, FORMERLY
of 1211% Mission, now 1508 Market st. : month-
y Irregularities cored. in a few hours; guaranteed;
no instruments used: sure preventive. : . •
DAUDET'S APHROTABLETS-THE GREAT
modern remedy for the cure of neurasthenia,
. Impotency and all disorders of the sexual organs;
$1 a box, 6 boxes $5; send for circular. J. H.
WIDBE-t, cor. Market and Third, sole agent. -..>.-.■
"n ' GOODWIN, SPECIALTY DISEASES OF
-" XJ women; ladles near or far assured quick reliel
of disease; irregularities restored daily: safe cure
guaranteed; no instruments; home In confine-
ment: best skill; low fees; pins $2. 1370 Market.
T\R. HA f, 1,, 14 MCALLISTER, CON D FLOOR,
XJ next Hlbemla Bank: diseases of women. :
T!f ? " x:N ' F ALLIBLE PREVENTIVE" FOR
♦nr tri,^ «o BCX " r , B< '»<l stamp for information or 60c
for trial jar to P. O. bo x 1896, San Francisco. ■
P£__^Jm *? t Oii _ 1n CONFINEMENT; GER-
X. man midwife. MRS. POWELL, 1310 Mission.
N lo^^" 1 VATK HOME *N CONFINEMENT
m Pmvrv v reasonable price in the city. MRS.
M.PF-IH-KK, midwife, 2014 Fol B om st. :.'-'■■•
■ A L r_.vn?4 E ?_ C m x^r LT >*bb7mrs.. dr.
' i£i.r ail ™™«lfif McAmster St., near- Market;
' cialist for safe, quick only qualified, trusty ru«
s«ae_^«^s|gSsSf
IK IRRKGULA E I ii: A\ v j. j m v i 5 ■,>__- r__J
,„., m- k n, !>„„,_ , , IJ -- > '-*l-_. DISEASE
:, Mrs. Dr. 1 "__ _ and be content. 2541 A 4th.
A LPEAU'S FRENCH PILIS: "
-rt. A boon to ladies troubled with Irregularities-
no danger; wife and sure; $2 50, expressCL O D '•
don't delay until too late. OSGOOD BKOsL Oak-
land. Cal., egents for Alpeau el Cie. - r^'CT 1 .
A WEEK'S -NEWS FOB - 6 CEMTS-.-_W
A. WEEKLY. CALL, In wrapper, for'auvUing!
COUNTRY KEAL ; ESTATE.
( &9 \nn 16 ° ACRES, ■■..-.% -MILE » FROM
<D^UUI/. Pleyto, Monterey County, Cal.; 100
acres under cultivation, with dwelling-house, barn
and outbuildings; good well; bearing orchard and
vineyard; ranch all < fenceu; stock' and" farming I
tools go with the place: daily mall from San Fran- !
Cisco; U. S. patent; no mortcage; a great bargain.
Address owner, I. F. BUSHNELL, Pleyto, Mon-
terey County, Ca1. .?.-:.. -s _;-, , ■
IIOR SALE-ONE OF THE BEST DAIRY OR
horse ranches in the State; about 300 acres,
over 200 acres river land; well Improved ; 35 miles
from San Francisco; can be bought on the best of
terms; easy payments; will take part in ex-
change. Address Land, box 60, Oak. Call Office.
ROSS VALLEY— HOUSE; 7 TtOOMS; BATH;
large lot; near station $2000, or exchange city
property. JAMES TUNSTEAD, Sap Anselmo.
WANTED — 75,000 OR 150,000 . ACRES OF
good and cheap land for organizing a colony.
Address Colonizer, box 69, Call Office.: ; f : •;>>,
"I A ACRES Al LAND, SONOMA COUNTY,
X\J with new house: fine crop of hay; one-quarter
cash; cheap. ANDERSON, 533 Sacramento st.l
<Bi_LOn CASH, $1100 IN 10 YEARS, BUYS
«UJ_UU model 10-acre ranch; Sonoma; all level;
snap.- SPECK'S, 30 Montgomery. : -.: . .-...-,
91 ACRES; MODEL FRUIT AND POULTRY
2 home; nice cottage, barn, etc.; Sonoma:
$2000; will exchange. SPECKS, 30 Montgomery.
©QOKn 100 ACRES, 6 MILES FROM
«JsO_L_>". slon San Jose; 50 acres cultivated ; 6
acres in orchard; 2 acre vineyard; cottage of 4
large rooms and 1 small one; water piped to house;
7 springs; ranch all ■ fenced ;: stock and farming
tools go with the place. W. E. BARNARD _
SON, 458 Ninth St., Oakland.
iT^ESTABLISHED 15 YEARS. ~ '
N. D. SICKELS,
THE
LAND AGENT. • "
" The only agency In America making sale and ex-
change of country property a strict specialty regu-
larly publishing a
DAILY DESCRIPTIVE LAND JOURNAL.
Accurate descriptions of - hundreds of places for
sale and propositions to exchange ranches for town
and city property; also for any class of business or
mines. Greatly facilitating and free of charge to
buyers and sellers. v All new propositions dally. •
318 Post st., bet. Stockton and Powell, S. F.
T>ENTED INCOME PROPERTY AT THE BAY
X- to exchange for land in Marin County; line of
N. P. C. R. R. : lots of $1500 to $16,000. Address
the owner, J. R. S-, box 109, Call Office. .
I A ACRES FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE NEAR
XV/ San Leandro electric road; all in fruit: nice
2-story house with substantial outbuildings, stable,
barns, chicken-houses, etc. half cash; value $20 -
000. B. FASSLER, San Leandro.
"I C TOWN LOTS UNDER CULTIVATION
XO with vegetables and small fruit: house with 6
rooms, barn and outhouses: ready sale for all veg-
etables. ISAIAH HARTMAN, Boulder Creek,
Cal., box 62. • .■. • .--
f\ ACRES IN NILES, ALL IN BEARING
U fruit, for exchange. . 872 Washington st. j
QA^fin ' 40 ACRES FRUIT AND RAISIN
i&^O\J\J. grape, in fuU bearing; house and
large barn, near Fresno; also 640 acres of level land,
$5 per acre. Inquire 1125 Howard st., S. F.
G1 OOD INCOME RANCH FOR SALE OR EX-
vT change for Income city property. Address
H. S., box 109, Call Office. •
N EviUAL SHOW FOR ALL; STRAIGHT,
fair and square deal; an investment offered
that Is honest; own your own home and be inde-
pendent ; try it and you will find that we advise
yon right; we will sell you 40 acres of alluvial soil
in the Warren Green rancho, Glenn County, Cal.,
for $280: $3 per acre down, balance in 60 monthly
payments, without Interest, and will throw in town
lot 100x150; land suitable for all kinds of fruit,
berries or grain ; needs no Irrigation; climate un-
surpassed anywhere InCaliffoniia: 168 miles north
of San Francisco and ■ only 20 miles from county
seat of county, and 6 miles from nearest railroad
town; fare, round trip, $9. For investments and
Information address or call on the H. M. BENSON
CO., 902 Broadway, Oakland. -.-..-.
M GRIFFIN, COTTONWOOD, CAL., SENDS
• free circulars and prices of cheap land.
ARIN COUNTY— SOOO ACRES 26 MILES
from San Francisco.
— • RANCHO 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 stores
on the property; send for circular.
Dairy for sale with or without cows
SYNDICATE INVESTMENT COMPANY, 64
&nd 65, Chronicle bulldinc v
IF YOU WANT A RANCH FOR GRAZING
purposes or an orchard already improved, where
only small cash outlay Is required, balance payable
in 6or 7 years, apply 326 Montgomery St., S. F. ,
<2*l(i PER ACRE— IMPROVED BIG VALLEY
<£)-»- ranch;'. timber; running water; well lo-
cated; must be sold; United States patent. W. L.
FOSTER. Kelßeyvllle. Cal. .
PROPERTY ., TO EXCHANGE.
O^^A-EO^E^C^A^TOEnFolTs^jrF-tAN^
Cisco or Oakland property; good improved'
farm of 22% acres in best part of Sonoma Valley,
near town and railroad; all: crop, stock and tools
go with the place; clear of incnmbrance. For par-
ticulars address J. W. L., El Varano, Sonoma
County, Cal.
HOUSES TO LET.
plb^NE^^fo^SET^lT^EDDY^ ST.^ NEAR
\J Baldwin Hotel: 14 rooms. Apply MADISON
<fc BI'KKK, 626 Market st. :
Q1 9 LILY AYE.— SUNNY COTTAGE OF 4
Ol- 1 rooms; yard; cellar. ; .
AQK MINNA. BET. FIFTH AND SIXTH— S
■^t OO rooms and every modern improvement.
AO{\ POST— GOOD LOCATION FOR M.ILLI-
rtO\J ncr, dressmaker or doctor; low rent. Apply
to Q. H. UMBSEN «fe CO., 14 Montgomery st.
"VTEW RESIDENCE; 7 SUNNY ROOMS;
X> bath: modern improvements: nice garden:
only $30: 640 Church St., near Twentieth. BALD-
WIN. <fc HAMMOND, 10 Montgomery st. .
f*A Al4 ROOMS. 901 FOLSOM ST. ~"
*"P ttU. $30—15 rooms; 12 Cleveland st. WM,
ICOL, 534% California st. .
EAR AND FRONT HOUSE; RENT OR
lease; cheap. 421 Powell st. - •■
1 nOA MISSION-BAY-WINDOW HOUSE; 10
ivoU rooms; sunny side.
OUSE, 7 ROOMS. BATH. 21 HARRIETT
St.; rent reduced. ' ■
099 TWELFTH— OF 3 ROOMS;
«->_ !_i stable if required. •
<2»-1 A BAY-WINDOW HOUSE 212% PERRY
»£?-__:• st., 4 rooms; unfinished basement; water
free. Apply to G. H. UMBSEN <_ CO., 14 Mont-
gomery st. • -
"VTEW HOUSE AND BASEMENT 65 FT. LONG ;
■li windows front and rear. 164 Tehama.
OUSE, FINE LOCATION, perfect re-
pair. Inquire ALMA E. KEITH, 24 Kearny.
HOUSES, HOUSES, HOUSES, HOUSES,
To rent, to rent, to rent, to rent, to rent, to rent.
BALDWIN «te HAMMOND. 10 Montgomery St.
FURNISHED - HOUSES.
TO RENT— LARGE, NICELY FURXISIIED
house 10 rooms and bath: 2 acres; all kinds of
fruit; stable and cow; one and a half hours' ride
from San Francisco; would like to rent for sum-
mer months, by June 1. For further particulars
see JOHN C. HUGHES. Mills Building. City. :
SAN RAFAEL HOUSES TO LET.
rpo LET IN SAN-RAFAEL FOR 8 MONTHS OR
X upward, a . furnished house of 12 rooms, nice
garden, stable and carriage-house: rent reasonable
to desiiable party. Address F., P. O. box 936, San
Rafael. '
COTTAGES TO LET. .
I^E~BAY^Vv^N^O^7so^TA^E7~4^O^iMsl
bath; basement. 33 Thirteenth St., nr. Howard.
QQ VICTOR ST., BET. 7TH AND BTH, OFF
00 Bryant— CoUfcge. $8; 3 rooms; nicely papered.
ffljTi COTTAGE, 4 ROOMS, YARD, SUN.
<jj)XX-. Rincon aye., Second st., nr. Brannan.
01 Ci COTTAGE, 5 ROOMS, BATH. ' 917
<pXU. Treat aye., nr. Twenty-second st.
C£l Q AND $15 COTTAGES OF 4 AND 6
*EjXO rooms, bath, basement and yard. Fifteenth
and Dolores sts. -
C»Q 4 ROOMS; 2 BLOCKS FROM MISSION-ST.
<g?tJ. cars; large yard. Apply 360 Jessie st. '■
FLAT* to LET. i
CM Q ALMOST NEW, 6 ROOMS, BATH, ALL
<pXC>. modern conveniences, - large basement,
721 Fourteenth st., near Market: also rear house, 4
nice rooms, basement and yard, only $12. ■■
VICE SUNNY FLAT OF: S ROOMS," RENT
XI only $10: also a nice upper flat, 3 rooms,
kitchen, furnished, only $9. See JOHN REIDY,
19 Sixth st. ■' , •■-•,,'
©"I C EACH — 2 _FLATS ; .SUITABLE ALSO
<iD-L«-'for workshops, . etc.; power, rif " wanted.
66 First St.- ■ ". . - -
99 FLAT; 6 ROOMS; BATH. 616 GROVE
<p«w._j» St., sunny side, near Laguna. - - .
SUNNY UPPER FLAT; RENT $11; DRY,
healthy place; 256 Minna. Apply 63 Minna.
FLAT; 4 ROOMS; BATH; $20. 2216 PINE
:J st. • ■'j- ' - • --.-■ •■■ . -.■-. •: •■• ..■■;.,
\TEW FLAT: 7 ROOMS AND BATH; RENT
J-i ■ $25 : must be seen to be admired. 314 Fillmore
St., oil Haight. - ,-- . . . . ...
L" OWER PART OF HOUSE; 9 ROOMS-
rent $7. ; Eighth avenue, near Pt. Lobos.
ELEGANT. NEW FLATS. ■ SEVENTH, BE-
low Bryant. 6 and 6 rooms: bath ; $9 to $17. , ;
1 9A71 BUSH; $22 60: FLAT; 4 ROOMS;
X_jV I-i alcove bath, hot and cold water. Apply
1209 a Bush BU r , ; -- . ..t, -„: . , , '
TVTEW MIDDLE ■■„ BAY-WINDOW FLAT, ■ 8
j-\ rooms: suitable 1 or 2 families; bath, gas, tubs;
cheap.; 909 Fol»om st-, near Fifth. : y - :>■ ■-■r-i .■'■-■ •■ ■■,
4, SUNNY- FLATS. 4 AND 8 ROOMS; $11 AND
$9. ; 2039 Harrison, opposite Eighteenth. -r^,' '. ■:
TJiLATS, I 6 ■ OR ' 6 -ROOMS; BATH; SUNNY
X 1 modern; 916 and $17. 929 Nineteenth st. .; ■
SUNNY MODERN 1 FLATS,~6~AND~7~AN~D
bath each; 1010 Twentieth st.. near Guerrero;
rents reduced. ; . G. H. UMBSEN «fc CO. , ■ . ; . ,- .-,;-.; ,.
ODERN FLAT OF 6 KOOMS; BATH; 620 Mo
Alllstcrst. G.H. UMBSKN&CO.:
M~ ISSION, BET. 16TH AND > 16TH— FLATS, 3
rooms each ; : $7 50 i water: free. : WILL E.
FISHER & CO., 14 Post 5t. .... : .;..;.; y. .. .... :
Tin ASH AYE., OFF MCALLISTER, ABOVE
XXO Polk— Upper flat, rent $16: 912% Ellis St.,
near Van Ness aye., upper flat, 5 ■ rooms, rent $16.
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, TUESDAY, MAY 21, 1895.
FLATS TO __T— Continued. v'
•VTEW ELEGANT FLATS; 8 ROOMS,' BATH;
_.! water free. ■ Pine st., near Taylor. ' ■■■;..;;
1 (\f\7 A SUNNY UPPER . FLAT, i 6
x \J\J • rooms and bath; basement. . ■•■'., v ' •
r-l D WEBSTER— FLAT OF 3 ROOMS: MOD-
«JXO crn improvements; yard: no children; $12.
T7IUBNISHED FLAT, OR SINGLE ROOMS,
X 1 $10. Metcalfe 1 pi., off Geary, bet. Mason and
Taylor. ' . ■ - ' .: - : ■*.-;.-' V■' :..'.'■'.:. ■• -■
_1O FLAT 4 NICE LARGE ROOMS AND
<Ip l-*'. yard. ■ 444 ; Clementina st., near Sixth.'
00/ i ELLIS— OF 2 LARGE SUNNY
D*_ *± rooms, yard, etc. •' • .-.
FLAT OF 6 ROOMS: BATH AND MODERN
improvements. 214% Twelfth st.
OZY FLAT; 3 LARGE ROOMS, YARD AND
basement; $11. 123 San Jose aye. <
I^LAT OF 4 ROOMS AND BATH. 336 TE-
' hama St., between Fourth and Fifth.
AIOI HYDE ST.— FLAT OF 3 LARGE SUNNY
"i-LU^ rooms. Inquire 4lB Hyde st. ■ ' •■-.•
fflj 9A - FLAT, 5 SUNNY ROOMS AND BATH;
«JP_jU. all conveniences. 1712 Hyde st.
T^LAT OF 4 NICE SUNNY ROOMS. 48 LOUISA
J st., bet. Third and Fourth. - .
SUNNY CORNEK ROOMS AND BATH; $15.
NE. cor. Polk and Jackson sts. !
<_-f7» 2~FINET:EL_TS, 5 ROOMS, BATH,
tIMO. staole. 135 Fair Oaks St., near Twenty-
third. . ■ . ... : r
SUNNY FLAT OF 6 ROOMS AND BaTH; ALL
modern. 462 Bryant St., near Third.
MEW- FLAT OF 3 LARGE SUNNY ROOMS;
-Ll basement, cor. Twenty-third and Sanchez sts.
SPLENDID 6-ROOM __AT: BATH; LARGE
rear lot very low rent. ,2510 Mission st., .Key
next door. ■ ' -. ' ■'•.."-■ '.- '•.■■:..■'-'■.
A LL SELECTED (NEW) COTTAGES, FLATS,
J\- houses, with stable, $6 to $100. SPECK'S, 30
Montgomery. ■ . ■ - : ;: --,--■■
LEG ANT, SUNNY FLAT; 6 ROOMS AND
bath. .145 Grove St., nr Van Ness aye. . .
17ILATS, FLATS, FLATS, FLATS, FLATS,
. To rent, to rent, to rent, to rent, to rent, to rent.
BALDWIN _ HAMMOND, 10 Montgomery st. ■
<JT» Q NICE 3-ROOM FLAT NEAR BALDWIN.
>4PO. SPECK „<: CO., 30 Montgomery at.
HOUSEKEEPING K0031J3.
■TqTmoSsToFF NEASSEvisTH^
102 rooms furnished for housekeeping. -
71 A EDDY-NICELY. FURNISHED LOWER
I X t/ or top floor for housekeeping,- . •"-.%"•
Or'9l CLEMENTINA, NR. FIFTH— NEATLY
Ou_2 furnished rooms for housekeeping.
CCC N ATOM A— 2 SUITES OFHOUSEKEEP-
-000 Ing rooms; $9 and $11 per month.
A 9QI FIFTH— ROOM AND KITCHEN
x_iOa connected; perfectly furnished for house- 1
keeping. ■ . '
A O(\B FULTON — 2 OR 3 NICELY FUR-
"±O\J. nished sunny rooms for light housekeep-
ing. ■ . -■■ ■-• - . '■' ■ ■•'■ • ■ '
IAT 1 HOWARD— 3 FINE SUNNY HOUSE-
XUXX keeping rooms; bath : gas; private family.
1 A O THIRD ST.— SUNNY HOUSEKEEPING
XtfcO rauTS complete; front; first floor; bath: gas.
qO|»LARKIN- ROOMS FURNISHED
O— U complete for housekeeping; connecting:
central. •_• •-. ■ ■
"1 A f^Q HOWARD— ROOMS COMPLETE FOR
lvi/O housekeeping; very reasonable.
099 THIRD— FRONT FURNISHED HOUSE-
• )__ keeping suites. $12. $9, $8; newly painted.
Ol 9QI6TH-FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING
«JXZ«t/and single rooms cheap; newly papered.
IJ.9Q MARKET— FRONT ROOMS. 1 OR 2
-L __-O housekeeping, 1 single: light, sunny; bath.
On A FIFTH — NEW," MODERN HOUSE;
O\JU nicely furnished, gunny, bay-window rooms;
also suites; connecting kitchen; others reasonable.
&A(i MIisNA — FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
tJ—U housekeeping; large yard,
QQ.4 THIRD — 2 UNFURNISHED HOUSE-
«JO — keeping rooms; water included; $5 and $8.
91 9 TURK— NEWLY FURNISHED SUNNY
_iJ-_J front rooms; also housekeeping; very rea-
sonable.
7A Q TAYLOR— 4 CONNECTING FURNISHED
I uO housekeeping rooms for adults; also 1 sin-
gle furnished room. ■
NEAT SUNNY ROOMS, COMPLETE FOR
housekeeping: rent reasonable. 512 Eddy st.
79- BRANNAN, ABOVE SIXTH-SUNNY
I JUO kitchen and bedroom; furnished; $7 and sB.
QCQ MISSION— 3 LARGE SUNNY ROOMS,
QUO furnished complete for housekeeping. - - -
"1 1 9?; AND 1055 MISSION— FURNISHED
*-'*J housekeeping and other rooms; very
reasonable. . •
9"! 1 7 BUSH— OR 3 UNFURNISHED RMS.;
■<-JXX I stove; use bath; convenient. > . ;
nO WASHINGTON— UNFURNISH-
O\JJj ed housekeeping rooms; running water.
ELEVENTH —.SUNNY FURNISHED
rooms: complete for housekeeping; furni-
ture and carpets all new; private bath, etc.; Ameri-
can family; quiet location. ■■■-■
A A7 WEBSTER— 3 OR 4 UNFURNISHED
O\J I rooms; bath; basement; $10. ■■-. •
1 WELSH, OFF FOURTH, BELOW BRY-
-2 ant— 2 or 3 nicely furnished rooms for
housekeeping; cheap. '
ft] Q POWELL, NEAR CLAY— NICE ROOMS
OXO unfurnished;. top floor. Apply downstairs.
GLEN PARK AYE., BET. MISSION AND
Howard, off Furnished. ■ „-. ■
f\(\ r T POLK — FINELY FURNISHED BAY-
UV I window front and other rooms; all conveni-
ences. - 7
MASON — HANDSOMELY . FURNISHED
parlor; suite with kitchen; piano if desired.
OR 3 FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING
rooms, with range. . 1037 Mission st.
Tq777 STOCKTON — NICELY FURNISHED
J.OV/ I rooms for housekeeping; cheap.- ' ' '
GOLDEN GATE AYE. — ELEGANTLY
S±O<£i furnished housekeeping rooms; also single. ■
KrjQ~L_iAV_N WORTH— 3 LARGE UNFUR-
OVJO nished rooms for housekeeping; $10.
91 HYDE— 2 SUNNY ROOMS FOR HOUSE
_J±V/ keeping: also single-room; $12.
7 9 A MCALLISTER — 2 SUNNY . UNFUR-
< I £j\J nished rooms for light housekeeping, cheap.
KOOJIS TO LET. ...
97^rCL^ME^?riNX~^O^NicR^Fo7?R^fH^
*jlt Furnished front rooms; also housekeeping
rooms. ■ • ■ • .
Cl 7 LEAVENWORTH — 3 NICELY FUR-
«-/_. 1 nished rooms for housekeeping; no small
children.
1 Aft SEVENTH — SUNNY FURNISHED
-LV/ U rooms: suitable for 2 gentlemen.
Q9Q FOLSOM-NICELY FURNISHED FRONT
Oat/ rooms; also single rooms.
1 AH SEVENTH . — NICELY FURNISHED
i*x I front room; suitable for 2 gentlemen.
II EDDY— NEWLY FURNISHED SUNNY
XXO rooms, $4 up; also for housekeeping.
1 9JA MCALLISTER, corner STEINER— 2
~X\J sunny rooms for gentlemen.
9 1 7 GEARY, OPPOSITE UNION SQUARE—
«ll Unfurnished rooms; suitable for business •
key, 2171/2- !
A 1 C TEHAMA— FURNISHED 2 OR 3 ROOMS
_ X_> for man and wife or 2 mechanics; cheap.
ZS)G± O'FARRELL— FURNISHD BEDROOMS;
fj£i\)z comfortable; cheap;- young men; veranda;
garden. -v:--! : : v ;-
-1 99 TAYLOR -ELEGANTLY FURNISHED
i — — sunny rooms.
1 1 30. HOWARD — LARGE FURNISHED
11OU room suitable for 1 or 2: $5. .
7791 HARRISON, NEAR FOURTH-FINELY
I li.a furnished, sunny rooms; bath, closet; $1
a week. ' / -. -, - .:■ :..-- ::■: ■ ■..,-.'.
7Qft TEHAMA-LARGE FURNISHED BED-
I O\J room with uSe of parlor upstairs.
<H»f» SUNNY UNFURNISHED FRONT
«4pU. room: first floor; running water; fur-
nished room ; $4 50. 48 Oak st. -. . v,
MCALLISTER— FURNISHED BOOMS
ttZ<-J for housekeeping; also single rooms. V••
1 MISSION ST.— LARGE, SUNNY
XO^rx rooms, furnished complete for housekeep-
ing; large yard; bath and gas; hot and cold water-
grand view; rent, sls. — '
"I (* SOUTH PARK-SUNNY FRONT ALCOVE
XU room; one or two gentlemen: $8.
TURK-SUNNY, ROOMS, EN SUITE OR
single.' ■ ,-■•? ; • _ '
1 Q7A MARKET., BET. JONES AND . CITY
lulu Hall aye.— Unfurnished suite: single.
1 Q A/1 MARKET — LARGE, SUNNY. FUR-
-IOU _ nished room; also single room, $5. ;.-.■-,
090 O'FARRELL— 1 FRONT, ROOM AND 1
O_jU single room, both handsomely furnished;
gents preferred; price $22 and $10. ' . * r.;.-.vi.. .
991 EDDY— LARGE NEWLY FURNISHED
«-»O_: front rooms; reasonable; cars convenient.
aOQ POST-LARGE, NICELY, FURNISHED
\iCiO front room; can be used : for 2 gentlemen or
for a couple and light housekeeping; gas and large
c105et...... ■■:%>■ ;*.;_■ y:. ■•,;-. .•.-.:■-■. •■-. - 1
QQQ HAVES— 3 NICE SUNNY ROOMS;
000 planked yard; cheap to small family, -;. , ■
CT Q ELLIS— PARLOR v AND HALL
OXO room unfurnished ; grate: running water.
91 AQ STEINER, J NEAR CALIFORNIA— A
_1U O family of 2 adults having nicely furnished
home will rent . sunny bedroom with use of parlor
and kitchen, reasonable; opportnnlty for couple. ■ -
7f\A HOWARD — FINELY F~U RNISH E D
1 v/tt front rooms, suite -or, single; also house-
keeping. y-:-±-*-y '.=-: ,V ■ ■ .-- - ■:;• j.t : - i. ■:■_;■ /-:''.
•X*>Q GOLDEN ; GATE . AYE.— ELEGANTLY
O_iO furnished alcove suite, $20; single room.
1 7 POLK, NEAR MARKET— SUNNY DOUBLE
XI or single rooms; from $5 to $12. '■.-; : •
RS. CHEVALIER, HAS • RESUMED THE
management of the ; 4 "Mtramar," ■ 703 Geary
St.; sunny rooms, single or suites: excellent board;
elevator; prices moderate to suit the times.
*>1 Q FULTON —1 « NICELY- FURNISHED
— i') large front room; rent reasonable. '■:
JOT ; EDDY - FURNISHED AND UNFUR-
ttZiX nished rooms; rent nominal for summer
months. ; ::- j : - '■ *. ■■'-■o'-:- •' ■.■"■.'■■•; ,-■■-> ■-.' >;.»••:-;.-.:
COO ELLIS— NICE BUNNY ROOMS, FULLY
U—O furnished for housekeeping. , : \ .-; ; /r; -. ,- .
ROOMS TO LET— Continued.
SECOND— SUNNY FURNISHED SUITES;
00 also double and single; gas; bath. .->.?...■.; *
Q AQ SUTTEU— ROOMS : $1 50 A WEEK AND
OUOup; transient rooms a specialty. , „ - .■ ; : - ■
Q9A FOLSOM ST.. NEAR FOURTH-SUNNY
O_dUside; furnished rooms: $1 per week.
IF- YOU~~i7KKI RE~NICE ROOMS . REABON-
X ably, stop at 203 a Powell; transient solicited. > - j
UROPE ■ HOUSE, 1169 ■ MISSION— NICELY
XU furnished rooms, single or. en suite, $1 to $3
per week; night 25c to$l; transient solicited. .;.;.;
KOI O'FARRELL— 1 LARGE FRONT ROOM,
OOX with use of kitchen- , ; , . ;
7AQ O'FARRELL-SONNY FRONT, AND
I Ut/ also bacK room: price $7 tosl2. ',':.:.
99A THIRD— SINGLE AND suite; light
_d_,U housekeeping, $5 up; brick bonding; yard.
97 OAK— 3 OR 4 NICELY FURNISHED
—i % rooms: complete for housekeeping; rent rea-
sonable. . '.".: '. :.- . ■..-■- '.■■.'■- .
91 C POLK - 2 UNFURNISHED ROOMS;
-lv rent $7 a month. - -■.- ■■'...: •■- . : -
-1 9AQI HOWARD — NEW FLAT; NICELY
X^AJOi furnished housekeeping rooms: $8.
11 A McALLISTER-FLAT 1; NEWLY FUR-
11t nished rooms; en suite and single. -
1 Qflfl l STOCKTON— NICELY FURNISHED
XO\}\J'Z room to let; rent cheap. ■ • •-.; •
F:i Q GEARY— ALL SUNNY ROOMS;. WILL
*JXO rent very reasonable to neat roomers from
88 up; everything new: hot and cold water. -■ ■ ,
7TERARD HOUSE, 142 SEVENTH— FUR-
vX nished rooms, single and double, housekeeping.
GRAND SOUTHERN. COR. SEVENTH AND
vT Mission— all light ; water, gas and electric
bells; elevator runs from 7a. m. to 12 p. m. single,
50 cents; suites, $1 day; $2 50 and $5 week up. •
OSEMITJS HOUSE, 1045 - MARKET, BET.
X Sixth and Seventh— Single and suites; per
night, 35c to $.1 ; week, $1 50 to $5 ; families.
A RLINGTON HOUSE, 127KEARMY— PLEAS-
A ant sunny rooms, en suite and single; first-class
in every respect; terms reasonable. ■ 4 ;
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 Marker." "
'BOARD IN AND ROOMS.
OoT^EVENTiTsT^NICE SUNNY^FRONT
— •"- J X rooms and board ; private family.
THE BERESFORD. BUSH AND STOCKTON;
X first class; $1 50, $2 per day; with parlor, $2 50.
WM. CHAMBERLIN.Prop. -
CHILDREN BOARDED! .
if^OMPETENTTIOTHE R W ANTsToR~SfcHr£
\J dren to care for at home. Address E. P.,
2227 i /a Mission st. ..- .. ■
TITANTED— A CHILD: A MOTHER'S CARE.
TT Jessie st. l ' ■- .. ■ - '■ .;
WIDOW WOULD LIKE A CHILD TO BOARD;
TT nice home; yard. 1425 Howard st.
■^ . STOKES TO -LET. ' •
Y^^TTSp^vAßiT^Nb Ila^a^ette""sts^
1O — with fixtures for a saloon or any business.
Apply at 2838 Mission St., M. CURRAN. .
1 ASM GOLDEN GATE AYE.— STORE AND 3
Xl/O _: rooms. Apply at 1036. .
BOUND FLOOR: 5 ROOMS; FOR STORE
VX or dwelling. Corner Second st. and Rincon aye.
TT'OUR-STORY and IRON BUILDING
X) and basement, 508 Sacramento St., containing
elevator, power, etc. : rent $80. Apply DAVID
STERN A SONS. '..'<> Montgomery st.
OFFICES TO LET.
E^_^tcX)M^AT^O^sM^67^lXT_r_ : LOOß7
Mills building. ■
PROPOSALS.
tjroposXls^or printing aneTbinding
\ 2500 Copies of Municipal Reports. Office of the
Clerk of Hoard of Supervisors of the City and
County of San Francisco. May 21. 1895. . \ -
In accordance with Resolution No. 12,287
(Third Series) of the Board of Supervisors,
SEALED PROPOSALS will be received In open
session of the Board on MONDAY AFTERNOON,
May 27. 1895. from 3 to 3:30 o'clock, for printing,
binding and delivering Twenty-five Hundred
Copies of the Municipal Reports for the fiscal year
1894-95. under the direction and to the satisfaction
or the Committee on Printing and Salaries. -
The work to be done in a good and workmanlike
manner, and in strict accordance with specifica-
tions now ready for examination. ■
The whole work of printing, binding and deliver-
ing the 2500 volumes as aforesaid must be com-
pleted on or before the 10th day of November,
1895. • ■ „
The Board reserves the right to . reject all bids if
the public good so requires, and will demand good
and sufficient bonds, with two or more sureties, for
the faithful performance of the contract.
The party to whom the contract is awarded will
be required, prior to or at the time of the execution
of the contract, to pay the cost of advertising this
notice in three daily newspapers.' -
In order to preserve uniformity and to facilitate
the award, the board has resolved to receive no
bids unless made upon blank ■ forms prepared' by
the . committee, • and a certified . check . for • the
sum of $500, deposited by the bidder with and
made payable to the ' Clerk of the Board, condi-
tioned it' the proposal is accepted and the contract,
awarded, and if the bidder shall fall or neglect to
pay the printing charges, execute the contract and
give the bond required within six days after tbe
award is made, then and la that case the said sum
shall be paid into the City and County Treasury by
said Clerk,- as liquidated damages for such failure
and neglect. ■' : . ; -.
Blanks furnished by the Clerk. V- ■' t, : ;.v-
-.'•.-;' : NO." A. RUSSELL, Clerk.
PROPOSALS FOR HARDWARE, PLUMBERS
X materials, lumber. . paints, oils, etc., furniture
fuel, stovepipe, stationery, library books, physical
chemical and other apparatus and supplies, print-
ing, lithographing, Sealed proposals will ba re
ceived by the Superintendent of Common Schools
in open Session of the Board of Education, : on
Wednesday, May 29,' 1895, at 8:30 o'clock p. m.,
for furnishing the School' Department of this City
and County during the fiscal year 1895-96 'with
hardware, plumbers' materials, lumber,' paints,
oils, etc., furniture, fuel, stovepipe, stationery,
library books and physical, chemical and other ap-
paratus and supplies for the Girls' High School,
etc., and for doing the printing' and lithographing
required during the said fiscal year, In -accordance
with specifications at the office of the Board of Ed-
ucation, new City Hall. \ GEORGE BEANSTON,
Secretary. • '•
"PROPOSALS FOR ALTERATIONS AND AD-
X ditionS • .■ ■■ • ■- : -fa :. .
TO SCHOOLHOUSE3 FOR BULKHEAD AND
FOR HEATING SCHOOLHOUSE. ■
■ Sealed proposals will be received by the Superin-
tendent of Common Schools in open session of the
Board of Education, new City Hall, on Wednes-
day, May 22, 1895, at 8:30 o'clock p. it., for altera-
tions and additions to the James Lick Grammar
School building, and- for alterations and additions,
bulkhead and heating at the North Cosmopolitan
Grammar School building, in the City and County
of San Francisco, in accordance with plans and
specifications at the office of Charles I. Havens,
architect of the . board, room 55, Flood building,
corner of Fourth and Market streets. -
- - GEORGE BEANSTON, Secretary.
LEGAL V NOTICES. '
I^N'T?HE^CTPETRIO^^6^RT^F~TI^"'cItTY
X and County of San Francisco. State of Califor-
nia, Department No. 10— the matter of JOHN
B. ACTON, in insolvency.
• Under and by virtue of the order of said Supe-
rior Court, . the " undersigned, RICHARD I.
. WIIELAN, receiver. of the estate of " JOHN B.
ACTON, an insolvent debtor, will, on the 22d day
of May, 1395, at 11 o'clock a. m.. at the premises,
warehouse, S.W. cor. Broadway, and Front st., in
the City and County of San Francisco, pursuant to
said order, sell at public auction' to the highest
bidder for cash, the following described property,
' o wit: Wines, liquors and saloon fixtures, consist-
tng of decanters, bottles, glassware, water-heater,
(chairs, tables, pictures, etc., etc. < -
R. I. WIIELAN, Receiver of said Insolvent.
Dated May 20, 1896. ■
EPARTMENT No. 10, PROBATE— THE
X) Superior Court, to and for the City and County
of San Francisco, State of California. , In the mat-
ter of the estate of SUSAN E. KERBY, deceased.
Notice is hereby given, that MONDAY, the 3d day
of June, A. D. 1895, at 10 o'clock a. m. of said day.
and the courtroom of Department No. 10 of said
court, at the new City Hall, in the City and County
of San Francisco, State of California, have been
appointed as the time and place for proving the
authenticated copy of the will of . said SUSAN E.
KERBY, deceased, and for hearing the application
of ROBERT MoELROY for the issuance to him of
letters of administration with the will annexed.
Dated May 20, A. D. 1895. -
[Seal.] C. F. CURRY, Clerk.
- By F. B. HOUGHTON, Deputy Clerk.
MYRICK _ PEERING, Att'ys for Petitioner.
■\TOTICE OF SALE .OF ESTATE—
Xi -Notice Is hereby given that in pursuance to an
order of the Superior Court of ' the - county of San
Mateo, State of California, given, made and filed in
and by said court, on the 11th day of May, 1895, in
the matter of tbe estate ; and guardianship of
HOWARD C. MURRAY, a minor, the under-
signed, • guardian ' of the ' est_le of said minor, will
s.-11. at . private I sale to the highest bidder, and sub-
ject to confirmation by said court, on or after the
4th day of June, 1895, at the law office of GEORGE
C. ROSS, In Redwood City, State lof California, all
the right, title, interest and estate :of said HOW-
ARD C. MURRAY, a minor, in and to, all that
certain piece ' or parcel of land situate in the City
and ; County of San Francisco,' State of California,
bounded and described as follows, to wit : , ■ .■■-' ..
Beginning at a point on the south line of Wash-
ington street, distant - thereon - one hundred ■ and
three (103) feet westerly from the westerly line of
Polk street, running thence | westerly on said lino
of Washington street thirty-two (32) feet and six
(6) inches; thence at right angles southerly one
hundred j and I twenty-seven (127) feet and eight
ana ' one-fourth - (BVi) inches; « thence ■at -• right
angles easterly thirty-two (32) feet and six (6)
inches, and thence at right angles northerly one
hundred and twenty-seven (127) feet and eight
and one-fourth (B*4) Inches to the point of begin-
ning. • •/.. -• -J. -■■'-v.V'V .'.■--■•:; .-? ;>■•_;.-.• :_■:, ri -„;|
. Terms and conditions of sale: Cash In ■ gold coin
of the United States; ten (10) percent of the sum
bid to be paid on notice of acceptance of bid, and
the balance on confirmation of sale by the Superior
Court. y\\-':; ' ■■■■;^":v v/'-.-- : -■■,■■■•■,.•'■ . .■>.■.:;•■„.-■:■-.,.,,•
'■ All bids or offers for said ; real property must be
in writing, and may be left at the law office of
GEORGE C. ROSS, Redwood City, Cal., or at the
law office of MASTICK, BELCHER & MABTICK.
620 Montgomery ! St., San Francisco, State of Cali-
fornia, and will be received- by said guardian at
either of said places, or such bids may be delivered
to said guardian personally," or may.; be filed in the
office of the ClerK of said Superior Court, at Redwood
City, Cal:, at any time after the first publication of
this notice and before the making of the sale. ■■-■■ ■•'■■•-
- Dated May 15, 1895. •■■; v -„
- ALEXANDER GORDON, guardian of the estate
of Howard C. Murray, a minor. vr w * •■ta*u»."t
; GEORGE C. BOSS, attorney for ; guardian, Red-
wood City, Cal. •
MONET TO LOAN. '/-' :
6 PER X CENT— LOWEST,: RATES ON " CITY,
country .- and collateral securities. i SHAD-
BURNE JR. <fc CO., 313 Montgeinery"*t. \ i
MONEY AT 6%; IST AND 2D MORTGAGES,
estates, pianos. MURPHY, 628 Market at. ;-.
T OAKS ON REAL-ESTATE, IST AND 2ND
J-i mortgages, furniture or pianos without re-
moval; lowest rates. , BECKER. 210 Montgomery.
ON. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE WITHOUT
removal, warehouse receipts "and; other "securi-
ties. ■ Room 68, Donohoe building, cor. Market and
Taylor sts. ■, . ■:,-.■■,.. V,-:'--^ - • • .--..- :■•;.-■• •
"I ST AND :, 2ND MORTGAGES, LIFE . INBUR-
-L ance policies, bank books. GOULD, 633 MarKet.
ONEY LOANED ON. JEWELRY AND dia-
monds. : Mills' building," fifth floor, room 6. ':
f\S ANY SECURITY. AT LOW RATES; DEAL-
\J ing confidential. :43 Crocker building. , ,
MUNICIPAL LOAN : :. OFFICE, CROCKER
building, room 57; telephone Main 5122.
ANY SUM OF MON*Y ; ADVANCED ON
-ex your furniture, pianos or real estate; low rates; ,
call and state your 'proposition :or : write: open
evenings. J. NOON AN, 1021 Mission st.
"\f ONE V LOAM ED ON JEWELRY an OTHER
jI»X valuables at the Security Loan ■ Bank, 1106
Market at. .nr. Mason private entrance 7 Turk.
pHEAPEST- AND BEST IN AMERICA—
XJ WEEKLY CALL,' sent to any address in the
United States or Canada one year for if 1 50, post-
age free. -■'■•• ■ . -• .
ATTORNEYS- AT-L AW.
J*~~^TMITCH^MrATT^YTAT^LTw7R^Ma^
. to Spreckels bldg., 929 Market St.; advice free.
"A PVICE FREE, DIVORCE LAWS ASPECIAL-
-ti-ty; collections, damages, wills, deeds, etc. G. W.
WE, Att'y-at-law, 850 Market St., cor. Stockton.*
oney Advanced to litigants, court
costs and charges paid in matters of probate,
contracts, damages, accidents, ■ notes, first-class
collections and general law business. Address J. F.
NAUGHTOX, 54 Nevada block, S. F.
VVTM. H. CHAPMAN, ATTORNEY- AT-LAW,
Vr. Mills building, sixth floor, room 5, San Fran-
cisco, Cal. Telephone 1544. . .
W W. DAVIDSON, ATTORNEY- AT-LAW.42O
»» . California St., rms. 14-15; advice free. : .- •;.
OHN R. AITKEN, ATTORNEY- AT-LAW, RS.
16 and 17. 402 Montgomery st., cor. California.
QM ALL ADVERTISEMENTS AND SUBSCRIP-
O tions taken at Cau. Branch Office, 717 Larkin
St., 339 Hayes st. and 2518 Mission St.; open till
9:30 p.m.
STABLES TO LET.
HE AP STABLE^ FOR . 20 HORSEsT^ARGE
.\J yard; house 5 rooms. 11)06 Sansome at. - "
' TRUSTEES' SALES.
TUOTICfToF TRU^TEE^SAT.Fr "6F R^EAiTeS^
J-> tate— Notice is hereby given that in pursuance
of an order of the, Superior Court of the City, and
County of San Francisco, State of California," made
on the 10th day of May, 1895, in the matter of the
trust estate created by S. C. HASTINGS for the
use and benefit of the poor, the undersigned trustee
will sell at public auction- to the highest bidder for
cash and subject to confirmation by said Superior
Court, on TUESDAY, the 28th day of May, 1895,
at 12 o'clock m., at the auction salesroom of EAS-
TON, ELDRIDGE & CO., No. 638 Market street,
In said City and County of San Francisco, all that
certain lot, piece or parcel of land situate in said
i City. and County of San Francisco, State of Califor-
nia, ; bounded and described as follows, to wit:
commencing at a point on the easterly line of
Wimhrop (formerly Webster) street, distant
thereon 68 feet 9 Inches northerly from j Lombard
I street, running thence northerly along said line of
Winthrop ' street 68 feet 9 inches, thence at right
angles easterly I 83 feet 4 inches, thence at right
angles southerly 68 feet 9 inches, and thence at
right angles westerly 83 feet 4 inches to the point
of commencement. WALTER J. PHELPS,
May 16, 1895. • Trustee.
W. H. BARROWS, attorney for said trustee,
118 Phelan building. .--.••■ .
rpRUSTEES' SALE— IN ACCORDANCE WITH
-L the terms and under the authority of a certain
deed of trust, duly* executed by EDWIN DAVIS,
party of the first part, to HENRY C. CAMPBELL
; and THADDEUS B. KENT, trustees, parties of
the second part, and . the SAN . FRANCISCO
SAVINGS UNION, party of the third part, dated
October 22d, 1888, and recorded in the office of the
i County Recorder of the county of Tulare, State of
j California, in Liber 4 of ' Trust Deeds, at pages
521 and following: and In pursuance of a reso-
lution passed on the 2d day of May, 1895, by
the Board of Directors of said SAN FRANCISCO
SAVINGS UNION, a Corporation, and the holder of
the note (No. 8995) to secure payment of which
the aforesaid deed of trust was executed, declar-
the principal sum and other sums, due under said
Ing that default had been made In the payment of
note and deed of trust, and requesting and direct-
ing said HENRY C. CAMPBELL and THAD-
\ DEUH B. KENT, Trustees, to , sell the real estate
1 described therein to satisfy said Indebtedness.
[ We, HENRY C. CAMPBELL and TUADDEUS
B. KEXT. Trustees, do hereby give notice that on
TUESDAY, the 4th day of June, A. D. 1895, at 12
o'clock it. of that day, and at the auction sales
room of EASTOX, ELDRIDGE & CO., No. 638
Market street, in the City and County of San Fran-
j cisco, State of California, we will sell at public
auction, to the highest bidder, for cash In gold coin
of the United Stales, all the piece or parcel of land
situate in the county of Tulare, State of California,
described as follows, to wit: .
According to the official plats and system of sur-
veys of the Government of the United States. •
In township nineteen (19) south, range twenty-
six (26) east, Mount Diablo base and meridian, i
; Of section three (3),- the fractional northwest
quarter (frac. ;NW. %4), containing one-hundred
and fifty-eight arid seventy-seven one-hundredtbs
(158.77) acres of land.
Excepting therefrom, however, two (2) parcels
thereof (one containing three and one-fourth (3 l /t)
acres more or less, " and the other seven (7) acres
more or less), conveyed by said. Edwin Davis to
the Pacific Improvement Company by deed dated
March 9, 1888. and recorded in the County Record-
er's ofilce of said county of Tulare, in book 27 of
deeds, at page 317, to which deed and record
, thereof special reference is hereby made for further
and more particular description of said excepted
parcels. . - " ,
Together with the appurtenances.
TERMS OF SALE— Cash in gold coin, of the
United.States: ten per cent payable to the under-
j signed on the fall of the hammer; balance on de-
; livery of deed; and if not so paid, unless for want
i of title (ten days being allowed for search) then
said ten per cent to be forfeited and the sale to be
void. Acts of sale at purchaser's expense.
v . HENRY C. CAMPBELL, ) ,,, ef(>M
THADDEUS B. KENT. , [-Trustees.
RUBTEES' SALE— IN ACCORDANCE WITH
J. the terms and under the authority of a nertair
deed of trust, duly executed by MICHAK.L B.
MORAGHAN and JULIA A. MORAGHAN
(his wife), parties of the first part, to HENR\
C. CAMPBELL and THADDEUS B. KENT
trustees, parties of the second part, and the
SAN FRANCISCO SAVINGS UNION, pam
of the third part, dated July 30, 1892, and
recorded in the office of the County Recorder of th«
county of Marin, State of California, in Liber IE
of Deeds, at pages 609 and following: and ir
pursuance of a resolution passed on the 28th day o'
March, 1895, by the Board of Directors of said
SAN FRANCISCO SAVINGS UNION, a corpora
tion, and the holder of the note (No. 11,931) to se
cure payment of which the aforesaid Deed of Trust
was executed, declaring that default had beenmade
in the payment of the principal sum and othei
sums, due under said note and deed of trust, anc
.requesting and directing said HENRY C. CAMP
BELL and THADDEUS B. KENT, trustees, t<
sell the real estate described . therein to satisfy aaic
indebtedness. "-'■■'
'■ We, HENRY O. CAMPBELL and THADDEUS
B. KENT, trustees, do hereby give notice, that oi
TUESDAY, the 28th day of May, A. D. 1895, at ]
o'clock p. M.of that day, and in front of the Court
house door, in the town of San Rafael, Marti
County, State of California, we' will sell at public
auction, to the highest bidder, for cash in gold coil
of the United States, all the pieces or parcels o
land situate In the county of Marin, State of Call
fornia, described as follows, to wit: -
Being portion of lot D of the Sauaalito or Rich
ardson - Rancho, and known, designated - and de
lineated as lots numbers nine (9) and ten | (10) ii
block - number - eight (8) . on the map • entitled
"Tamalpais ' Land and Water Company, Map No
2," surveyed by M. M. O'Shaughnessy, C. E., 1889
with additions and modifications by L. H. Shortt
C. E., 1891, and duly recorded in the office of the
County Recorder of said county of Marin, to whicl
map reference is hereby made: ■ ..
Together with the appurtenances. -
. TERMS OF SALE— Cash in gold coin of the Unl
ted States; ten per cent payable to the undersigned
| on the fall of the hammer; balance on delivery o
I deed : and If not so paid, unless for want of title (tet
days being allowed for search), then said ten pc:
cent to be forfeited, and the sale to be void. Acti
of sale at purchaser's expense. ' ,
HENRY C. CAMPBELL, \ TmofM
THADDEUS B. KENT, / Trustees.
fTIRUBTEES' SALE— IN ACCORDANCE WITH
A the terms and under the authority of a certaii
deed of trust, duly - executed ;by SOLOMOIS
DECKER, party of the first part, to HENRY C
CAMPBELL and THADDEUS B. KENT, trustees
parties of the second part, and the SAN FRAN
CISCO SAVINGS UNION, party of the third part
dated : September 18, 1869, and recorded in the
oflice ;of the County Recorder of the county 01
Fresno, State of California, in Liber 99 of Deeds
at pages ! 222 1 and following: and In pursuance
of a resolution passed on the 18;h day of April,
1895, by I the Board of . Directors of said SAN
FRANCISCO SAVINGS UNION, a corporation,
and the holder of the note (No. 9548), to secure
payment ;■ of . ; which the I aforesaid ! deed jof trust
was executed, declaring that default had been made
in the payment ;' of the principal sum and othei
sums, due under said note and deed of trust, and
requesting and directing said HENRY C. CAMP-
BELL and THADDEUS :B. KENT, . trustees, to
sell the real estate ' described therein to satisfy said
indebtedness.:,- '■"' ' , - -•■'.:.■. >■
We, HENRY C. CAMPBELL and THADDEUS
B. KENT. • trustees, do hereby give ■ notice, that on
TUESDAY, the 21st day of May, A. D. 1895, at 12
o'clock ■m.' of that day, and at the ' auction sales-
room Of EASTON, ELDRIDGE & CO., No. 638
Market street, In the city and county of San Fran-
cisco," State of California,": we will sell .' at public
auction, to the highest bidder, for cash in gold coin
of the United States, all that piece or parcel of land
situate in the county of Fresco, State of California,
described as follows, to wit: .'''';
-, According to the official plata ■ and system ol
surveys Of the Government of the United States: I
■ In Township fifteen (15) ? south, • range twenty-
two (22) east, Mount Diablo base and meridian: ■:
V.: Of section seven '• (7), % the • fractional : northwest
qi arter (fractional NW. >&); r ' .~ \ :
■-.-:■ Containing;; one hundred" and fifty-one - and
twenty-four one-hundredths (151.24) acres of land.
':• Together with the appurtenances. ; ; /. -
- TERMS ' OF. .SALE— Cash in : gold ■ coin of the
United States; ten i per cent payable to the under-
signed on the fall of the hammer, balance on deliv-
ery of deed and if j not so paid,' I unless for want ol
title (ten days being allowed for search), then said
ten per cent to be forfeited and.- the sale to bo void.
' Acts of sale at purchaser's expense. '* ~ ;; - ; '■ -.' ■
HENRY C. CAMPBELL,) TraHtp ~
■ / ''THADDEUS B. KENT, .J » tee »-
-"- WEEK'S ' NEWS •* FOR 5 -CENTS— THE
x\. WEEKLY CALL. In wrapper, for mailing.
OAKLAND ADVERTISEMENTS ,
OFFICE— BROADWAY.
OAKLAND REAL ESTATE. H
"pRICES X!UT IN TWO: ONLY 8300 TO f 600 :
X per acre for Piedmont Heights: tenth cash, bal- .
ance at 7 per cent interest. .WILLIAM J. DIN- ■
GEE, 460 Eighth St., Oakland. ■ ' - . . .
A SNAP— IN A BUSINESS CORNER ON SAN
Pablo aye. ; lot 50.x 125: at 1600 less than was
offered for cash two years ago; owner must raise
money; see us and make an offer. W. BAR-
NARD & SOX, 458 Ninth St., Oakland.
DO YOU KNOW A SNAP? ■WE ARE OFFER
ing a fine new 8- room house In Berkeley, 3
blocks east of Dwight way, for $3000: easy terms.
C. P. KERN & CO., Central Bank building, Oak
land- „.:■..■ ; . \. ■ ....;.. -./,• -■ . ,
E HAVE JUST COMPLETED A FINE B-
room house; 10 minutes', walk from Four-
teenth-street local; 2 mantels: all modern: will
sell easy terms. . C. P. KERN & CO., Central Bank
building, Oakland.
ANTED— STOCK OR GRAIN RANCH FOR
20-room house and cottage near Seventeenth
and San Pablo ayes. , TEMPLETON, 966 Wash-
ington st., Oakland. » \ ..
(gOOKfI CHICKEN RANCH OF 3% ACRES;
<4P*J*~tjyj* house of 5 rooms; barn; 12 chicken-
houses; plenty of tools; plenty of water; horse;
wagon; 1200 thoroughbred fowls; will exchange
for San Francisco property if suitable. • Fruitvale
Land Company, Fruitvale.
6 ROOMED 2-STORY HOUSE; ALL MODERN
improvements; lot 35x116; street sewered:
city water; close to electric-cars; within 10 min-
utes' walk ' of - local station connecting with San
Francisco; price $2250: terms, $500 cash, balance
$30 per month, including interest. For further
particulars apply to ' WHITE BROS., 1128 Twen-
ty-third aye., Oakland. . " ...
F~ OR SALE OR LEASE— HIGHLAND
Park, cozy country home; 150x190; garden,
stable; beautiful view. Address THOMAS, East
Twenty-ninth st. arid Twenty-third aye., Oakland.
pENUINE BARGAIN - NEW MODERN
VX .--;, v HOME.
Pretty 2-story house, 10 minutes' walk from
City Hall, in the center of Oakland ; 7 rooms, bath,
attic, high basement with cemented floor: every-
thing modern and complete; price $3000 only;
terms to suit; call at once. iA. H. BREED <& CO.,
460 Ninth St., Oakland.
ELEGANT HOME AT A BARGAIN: STORY
Ju and a half cottage containing 9 rooms and bath;
natural wood finish; fine elevation; magnificent
view; large lot; owner going East; terms easy or
would exchange for country land. Apply to
MATHER & ARNEST, 457 Ninth St., Oakland.
T ARGE LIST; OF ' CITY IMPROVED AND
JU unimproved property for exchange for country
land. MATHER & ARXEST, 457 Ninth, Oakland.
HOMES. FROM $400 ■ UP; SEE OUR LOTS
from $75 to $100 each. SNETSINGER &
CARKOLL, Fruitvale station. ;
USINESS AND RESIDENCE PROPERTY
sold on easy terms; small payment down or ex-
changed. E. E. BUNCE, 1008 Broadway, Oakland.
fl>7Kn CASH WILL BUY A NICE 6-ROOM
<jp I U\J cottage, worth $2000, leaving a mort-
gage of $1000. Address WM. P. TODD, 1008
Broadway, Oakland.
WEEK'S NEWS FOR 5 CENTS — THE
WEEKLY CALL. In wrapper, for mailing.
OAKLAND furniture for bale.
FURNITURE carpets "at YOUR own
J price. H. S( lIKI.LHAAB. 408 Eleventh st.
BERKELEY REAL ESTATE.
NTY"$lBOb— HOUSE OF 7 B00"M8; 2 LOTS;
5 minutes from station; a bargain. JOS. J.
MASON, Dwiglu-way station.
■\f UST BE SOLD-HOUSE OF 6 ROOMS; COR-
-IVL ncr lot near the station; all street work done;
want an offer. JOS. J. MASON, Dwight-way
station. .
OR SALE— ONE OF THE FINEST RESl-
dence properties in Lorin, Berkeley, for $3000 ;
lot 50x135; 3ee this. 1523 Fairview st.. Lorin.
BERKELEY HOUSES.
eIrK^EY—^U^NisHEDHOUSE TO RENT
for 3 months; 9 rooms 3 minutes' walk from
streetcar : all modern. C. T. W., 2644 Dwight way.
' -^ alameda. REAL ESTATE.
o^lm^edTa^e'^aleT^ne^r^chool
and station; $2250; $150 cash; $25 monthly;
new 5-room cottage and bath. - • "~
$2650— 5100 cash; $25 monthly: 37x100; s-
room cottage and bath.
$3150— cash; $30 monthly; new cottage 7
rooms and bath.
$3250— 550 cash: $35 monthly; 38x100; corner
house In fine condition; 8 rooms and bath.
Houses to rent from $10 up ; open Sundays and
holidays. MARCIiSE & REMMEL, Bay-street
station, Alameda, and 628 Market st., San Fran-
cisco.
"ffl» * CfjA LOT 100x140, ON CENTRAL AYE.,
<!; jt«JV/V7; 1 block west from Park st.: worth
$7500; will be subdivided. GRAY it NAIBMITH,
463 Ninth St., Oakland. __- __ . ■ ■ ■■ -
©oaper'month purchases A new B-
tlp— v/ room house: hot and cold water and bath.
Address CHARLES DARLING, 608 California St.,
San Francisco. •?...-
A T FIRST COST; NEW COTTAGE; 6 ROOMS;
-M-iust finished; $200 cash, $35 per month.
Owner 1243 Park st., Alameda. ■ •/
I F.YOU WANT
A GOOD, SUBSTANTIAL AND STYLISH
■t HOME
CALL ON THE OLD BUILDING FIRM OF
A. R. DENKE, - WEBSTER STREET.
<S* 1 OHO SNAP; NEW MODERN COTTAGE;
i.'J\J\J . street work, sewer, cement walks
complete; $150 cash; balance $20 monthly. .
Alameda - bargains, for cash and installments;
houses to let in all parts of Alameda. ' 11. i' MOU-
EAL& CO., 1432 Park at.
_ _^ _^_ SHERIFF'S SALES. ' '
SHERIFF'S ALE — JOHN B. HALSTEIT
O Plaintiff, vs. HARRIET DENNENand JAMES
M D l R. individually and as Executrix and Executor
of the last will and testament of MARTHA MUIR,
deceased, JOHN D. MUIR, an incompetent per-
son, and MARY A. SULLIVAN, as bis guardian,
KATE MOSELY, THOMAS W. TOMPKINS,
JOHN A. TOMPKINS, MRS. ANN SULLIVAN,
BRIDGET TOMPKINS, J. F. SULLIVAN.
GEORGE T. KNOX, B. F. BEATTY, A. J. TUR-
NER, J. L. HALSTED and W. A. HALSTED,
Defendants. v .
' No. 46523, Superior ' Court, . Department 10.
Order of sale and decree of. foreclosure. -
| . Under and by virtue of an order of sale and de-
cree of foreclosure, issued out of the Superior Court,
Department 10, of the city and county of San
Francisco, State of California, on the 16th day of
April, A. D. 1895, in the above-entitled action,
wherein JOHN B. HALSTED. the above-named
plaintiff, obtained a judgment and decree of fore-
closure against HARRIET DENNEN and JAMES
MUIR, individually and as executrix and executor
of the last will and testament of MARTHA MUIR,
deceased, JOHN D. MUIR, an Incompetent per-
son, and MARY A. SULLIVAN, as his guar-
dian, KATE MOSELY. THOMAS W. TOMP-
KINS, JOHN A. TOMPKINS, BRIDGET
TOMPKINS, J. F. SULLIVAN, A. J.
TURNER, J. L. HALSTED and W. A. HAL-
STED, defendants/on the 18th day of March, A. D.
1895, which said judgment and decree was on the
23d day of March, A. D. 1895, recorded In Judg-
ment Book 26 of said court, at page 182, 1 am com-
manded to sell all that certain lot, piece or parcel
of land, situate, lying and being in the city and
county of San Francisco, State of California, and
bounded and described as follows: ■ •
- Commencing at a point on the westerly line of
Dearborn place, distant therefrom 238 feet and 3
inches southerly from the southerly line of Seven-
teenth street, and running thence southerly along
said line of Dearborn place 82 feet, thence at right
angles westerly 96 feet and 9 inches, I thence : at
light angles northerly 82 feet, and thence at right
angles easterly 96 feet and 9 inches, to the point of
beginning. : •■::••
Together with all and singular, - the tenements,
hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto be-
longing, or in any way appertaining, and the rever-
sion and reversions, remainder and remainders,
rents, issues and profits thereof. -<
Public notice is hereby given that on WEDNES-
DAY, the 22d day of May, A. D. 1895, at 12
o'clock noon of that day, in front of the New City
Hall, Larkiu-streel wing, in the city and county of
San Francisco, I ■ will, in obedience to said order of
sale and decree of foreclosure, sell the above-de-
scribed property, or so much thereof as may be
necessary; to raise sufficient money to satisfy said
judgment, with interest and costs, etc., to the high-
est and best bidder, for gold coin of the United
States. ; • ' RICHARD I. WHELAN, Sheriff.
1 San Francisco, April 23, 1895. -
, FRANKLIN P. BULL,
No. ; 419 * California street, San Francisco, At-
torney for Plaintiff-! • '
MARRIAGE ' LICENSES. •
■ - Licenses to marry were granted yesterday at
follows ".'-;•«
Jean Lacrampe and Josephine Bush, 27—23.
: C. W. Llntner and Emma S. Pfeifer. 26—20. ■
| Casper Sim men and Elizabeth Holdener, 29—23"
• Lewis F. Immele and Lulu B. Bennett, 36—30.
'■■• Dietrich Hennine and Maria Elvers, 24— 24. '
Alfred J. Sale and Maria Vanclel, 24— 21. .
H. E. F. Schlagand J. E. M. Schottmann, 51—29.
. O. B." CalQ well and Augusta M- K. Huber. 22—22.
.! S. A. Jacobson and Annie R. Fisher, 27— 19.' ■ ■•
• Edward Krlegel and Salma Beckman; 29—26. -
. E. C. Bickel and Emma B. Slegert, 28—24.
.-■ Hugh Brown and Julia O'Meara, 27—20.
~~1 DIVORCE SUITS BEUUN. '
Engeborg Clausen against Rasmus Clausen.
Annie Dedow against August Dedow. 1 ■
■ Peter G. Hoffmann against Maude E. Hoffmann.
_-* : DIVORCES GRANTED.
Gertrude Collin from Francis J. Collln; granted
by Judge Murphy on the ground rof infidelity ;
plaintiff to resume her maiden name of Lucas; de-
fendant to pay $20 a month alimony and $75
counsel fees. : -. ? \..--.; ,v ,;>..*;•-.-.: - '. .-.--•-.
\ BIRTHS-MARRIAGES-DEATHS. ■-■
' [Birth, marriage ana death notices sent by mall
will not -be Inserted. They must be handed ! in at
either of the publication offices and | be ■ indorse;
frith the name and residence of persons authorized !
to have the same published.] \ • ■,'•**• - -;- : ---:•-• ■•!
'■ "■• - ••;-■- ■',: BORN. : c ;- . ;- >• ■ j
BORCHERS— In this city, to the wife of A. W. I
Borchers, a son. -•' ■ 1 _-..--! : -. -'I
BELGRANO— this city, May 18, 1895, to the v
wife of F. N. Belgrano, a son.
CURTIS— In this city. May 7, 1895, to the wife of
Marvin Curtis, a daughter. ;
LAUTEB— In St. Helena, May 17, 1895, to the
wife of Nathan Lauter, a son.
WOLFF— In Oakland, May 19, 1895, to the wife of
A. Wolff, a son. ... - - _^^
, , < . MARRIED. .
FELIZ— CLARKE— In this city. May 12, 1895, .
John D. Fellz of Menlo Park and Louisa Clarke
of San Francisco.
KOEXIG-LASS-Tn this city, May 18. 1895, by
the Rev. F. Bonn; Ludwli; Koenig and Johanna
Lass, both of San Francisco.
LIXDSTRAXD— BJORK— In this city, May 15,
1895, by the Rev. E. Nelander, F. O. Lindstrand
and Ida E. Bjork, both of San Francisco. . . . r
PICCOLI— MELCHIOR— In this city. May 12,
1895, by the Rev. J. H. Schroeder, Christian
Piccoli and Maria Melchior.
PEItRV— FRIEDRICHS-In this city, May 19,
1895, by the Rev. J. H. Schroeder, Emlle A.
Perry and Sophie H. Friedrichs. . -"
WARNER— CARLSON— In this city. May 19,
1895. by the"Rev. K. Nelander, John Warner and
Charlotte H. Carlson, both of San Francisco.
WILSON— JARGUSOX— In this city, May 16,
1895, by the Rev. F. R. Farrand. John C. Wilson
and Maggie Jarguson, both of San Francisco. •
DIED.
Breslln, Frankie ■ Law, Victor R.
Bunker. Robert F. M.-Naruara, GenevleT*
Baldwin, Harry L. McXulty. Bertrand
Cumminss, Elizabeth Mohr. John C.
Carr, Willie E. Meacher, Miss Mary
Castle, Albert E. Mathews. Jennie
Fischer, Albert ■ Martley, Elizabeth
Henneberry, Andrew Monks. Joseph
alsey. Sarah M. Presbury, Esther
Hirth. Carl C. Poole. John P.
Jones, Charles silk, Thomas ■
Kylburg, Ida F. ' . Taft, George W. -'
Kervin, Roy ' . Watkins, William :
BUNKER-In this city. May 17, 1895, Robert F.,
beloved husband of Helen C. Bunker, and father
of Mrs. B. J. Horton, Mrs. Adolph '.Calm, George
I)., Ivy, May and Leroy C. Bunker, a native of
Nantucket, Mass., aged 58 years. -
Notice of funeral hereafter. ' >,'; - :
BRESLIX— In this city, May 20, 1895, Frankie,
infant son of Andrew F. and Lizzie Breslln (nee
McMabon, aged 1 year and 2 months.
BALDWIN— In this city, May £0, 1895, Harry L.,
beloved son of the late Mark M. Baldwin, | a na-
tive of San Francisco, aged 36 years. '
CASTLE— In this city. May 19, 1896, Albert E..
beloved husband of Lizzie A. Castle, a native of
Canada.
1 • j9fig~Friend3 and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral TO-MORROW
(Wednesday), at 2:30 o'clock p. m., from Masonic
Temple, | corner Post and Montgomery streets,
under the auspices of Golden Gate Lodge No. 30,
F. and A. M. Interment Masonic Cemetery. ,'
CUMMINGS— Inthis city, May 20, 1895. Elizabeth,
beloved wife of Patrick Cumrai&KS, and mother
■ of Thomas, Nellie, Maggie, T. and P. Cummings
and Mrs. C. Hoadley, a native of Queenstown,
County Cork, Ireland, aged 60 years. • : '
CARR— Claremont. May 19, 1895, Willie E.
Carr, a native of Oakland, aged 9 months and 21
days. ■ ■ ' '■ ■
FISCHER— In this city, May 18, 1895, Albert,
. beloved husband of ■; Catherine Fischer,, and
father of Emma, Alma and Klsa Fischer, a native
of Wurtcmberg, Germany, aged 33 years 4
months and 4 days. Member of Germunla Lodge
• No. 1718, K. Of H., Han Francisco Schwaben
I Verein. Beer drivers' Benevolent Society.
Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Tuesday), at 2 o'clock p. m., from Red Men's
Hall, 320 Post street, where the funeral services
will be held under the auspices of Ernst yon
Baudtl Lodge No. 3, O. d. 11. B. Remains at par-
lors or Theodor Dierks, 957 Mission street, De-
tween Fifth and Sixth. Interment I. O. O. F.
Cemetery. . .
HENNEBERRY— In this city, May 19, 1895, An-
drew, beloved husband of Johanna, and father of
Johanna nenneberry, a native of Cloncunny,
■ County Kilkenny. Ireland, aged 63 years.
a3"The funeral will take place THIS DAY
; (Tuesday), at 9 o'clock a. m., from his late resi-
d ence. 126 Francisco street, thence to St. Francis
Church, Vallejo street, where a requiem high
mass will be celebrated for the repose of his
soul, commencing at 9:80 clock a. m. Inter-
ment Holy Cross Cemetery.
HALSEY— In this city. May 18, 1895, Sarah. M.
Halsey, a native of New York, aped 63 years.
a3"Friends are respectfully invited to attend
the funeral services THIS DAY (Tuesday), at
10:30 o'clock a. m., at the parlors of N. Gray <fc
Co., 641 Sacramento street, thence by 11:45
o'clock a. M. train from Third and Townsend
streets, to Cypress Lawn Cemetery.
HIRTH— In San Jose, May 20, 1895, Carl C. Hirth,
eldest son of Chris Hirth, aged 22 years 3 months
and 22 days.
a3~Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral TO-MORROW
(Wednesday), from the family residence, 249
South Fourth street, San Jose.
JONES— In thiS city, May 19, 1895, Charles Jones,
aged 48 years.
KYLBURG— this city, May 20, 1895, Ida Fred-
rika. beloved wife of Dr. H. Kylburs?, a native of
Sweden, aged 30 years 8 months and 1 day.
KERVIN— In this city, May 19, Roy, beloved son
of William and Jane Kervin, a native o! . San
Francisco, aged 7 months.
LAW— In this city, May 19, 1895, Victor R. Law,
a native of Canada, aged 18 years 7 months and
16 days.
McNAMARA— In this city, May 19. 1895, Gene-
vleve, daughter of Bernard and the late Harriet
, McNamara, a native of Santa Rosa, Sonoma
County, Cal.
*fg-Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Tuesday), at 8 o'clock a. m., from the chapel of
St. Mary's Hospital, First and Bryant streets.
Interment Mount Calvary Cemetery.
McNULTY— In this city, May 19, 1895, Bertrand
McNulty, a native of West Virginia, aged 52
years and 2 months. '
MEAGHER— this city, May 20, 1895, Miss
Mary Meagher, beloved cousin of the late Mrs.
Bridget Cnllen, a native of : County Tipperary,
' Ireland, aged 60 years. ' . -■
aS" Friends and acquaintances are resDect-
. fully invited to attend the funeral TO-MORROW
. (Wednesday), at 8:30 o'clock a. m., from her late
residence, 1128 Broderick street, corner Ellis,
thence to Holy Cross Church, where a solemn
requiem mass will be celebrated for the repose of
her soul, commencing at 9 o'clock a. m. Inter-
ment Mount Calvary Cemetery-
MOHR— In Pasadena, May 17, 1895, John Corne-
lius, beloved brother of Henry P., Annie, Paul,
Herman and William Mohr, a native of Mount
Eden, Cal., aged 35 years and 4 months.
Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Tuesday), at 1 o'clock p. m., from his late resi-
dence.
MONKS— In this city, May 20. 1895, Joseph
. Monks, a native of Dublin, Ireland, aged 70 years.
A member of Joseph's Benevolent Society. :
Friends,- and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral TO-MORROW
(Wednesday), at 9 o'clock a. m., from the par-
lors of Mcavov <fc Gallagher, 20 . Fifth . street,
thence to St. Joseph's Church for services. Inter-
ment Holy Cross Cemetery.
MATHEWS— this city. May 19, 1895, Jennie
Mathews, a native of Italy, aged 26 years 7
months and 11 days. .
MARTLEY— In Oakland, May 16, 1895, Sister M.
Patritius (nee Elizabeth Martley), a native of
. Ireland. '-,
POOLE— In this city, May 20, 1895, John P. Poole,
husband of Annie Poole, aged 63 years.
jK3~ Notice of funeral hereafter.
PRESBURY— In this city, May 19, 1895. Esther,
wife of William W. Presbury, a native of Schen-
ectady, N. V., aged 73 years. [Schenectady (N.
V.) and Washington (D. C.) papers please copy.J
4&-Friends are respectfully invited to attend
the funeral services THIS DAY (Tuesday), at
: 2 o'clock p. m.. at the residence of Charles A.
Bayly, 2714 Pine street. Interment Schenec-
tady, N. Y.
SILK— In this city, May 20, 1895,Th0ma5, beloved
husband of Mary Silk (nee Comber), and father
of Thomas H. Jr., John 8., Martin J., James W.,
Michael 'J. and Mai F. Silk and Mrs. J. P. Ma-
honey, a native of County Gal way, Ireland, aged
67 years and 2 months. I
tS" Friends ana acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral TO-MORROW
. (Wednesday), at — o'clock a. v., from his late
residence, 6 Yerba Bueua street, off Clay, below
Taylor, thence to St. Mary's Cathedral, corner
O'Farrell street and Van Ness avenue, where a
mass will be celebrated for the repose of his soul,
commencing at 9 o'clock a. m. , Interment,
private. * ■■ * . - ......
TAFT— Claremont, May 19, 1895, George W.
Taft, a native of New York, aged 57 years . 6
months and 27 days.
ATKINS— In this city, May 20. 1895, William,
beloved son of Mrs. Margaret Watklns, a native
of Ireland, aged 15 years. ' ■, : "■■-
4Tir Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral TO-MORROW
(Wednesday), at 2 o'clock p. m., from the family
residence, 716 O'Farrell street.
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Telephone 3156. N. 8.-Not connected witn any
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