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hLNRY J. GALLAGHER CO..
(Successors to Flannagan & Gallagher)
FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.
20 Fifth st. opposite Lincoln School.
Telephone South SO.
MOUNT TAMALPfIIS SCENIC RAILWAY
—.Leave San Francisco via Sausallto Ferry.
Week Day* 9:30 a. m. and 1:43 p. m.
Sundays 8:00. 10:00 a. m. and 1:45 p. m.
Steam-heated closed car on all trains.
1 *" 2 * 11 Francisco to Summit and Return,
BOUTON— PUCKHABER— In this city, Janu-
ary 16, 1500, by the Rev. J. M. Buehler. Wil-
liam E. Houton and Minnie L. Puckhaber.
ENSIGN— LOGAN— In this city. January H.
1900. by Thomas F. Dunn. Justice of the
Peace, Fred P. Ensign of Los Angeles and
Susie B. Logan of San Francisco.
MUNZENMAIER — WOLBER —In this city
January 20. 1900, by the Rev. J. H. Schroe-
der. WUhelm Gottlieb Munzenmaler and
Anna Maria Wolber.
ODONNELL— McGINERTY— In this city. De-
cember 31. 1593, at St. Rose's Church, by the
Rev. Father Nugent. William G. CDonnell
and Josephine McGlnerty, both of San Fran-
BCHINDLER— VOSSBRINK— In this city. Jan-
uary 20, 1900. by the Rev. J. M. Buehler.
¦ Richard Schlndler and Emma Vossbrlnk.
TULLETT— KOPPEN— In Golden Gate. January
17. 1900 by the R»v. j. Fuendellng. Herbert
B. Tullett and Hattle A. Koppen.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Churchill Taylor to Felton Taylor, lot on E
line of Polk street. 87:10 N of AVashington. N
39:10>i by E GO; $10.
Isaac ar.d Emily EUaser to Mary Jory and
Margaret McClain. lot on S line of Hayes
street, 106:'J W of Fillmore, W 23 by S 137:6; $10.
Robert B. Woodward (by attorney) to Wil
liam HagK©, lot on E line of Jessie street, 223
N of Fourteenth, X 50 by E SO: $10.
W. Rigby Jr. to Thomas Klrkpatrlck. lot on
S line of Clipper street. 160 E of Douglass, 8
114 by E hO, quitclaim deed; $5.
L. C and KUen Jancovich to same, same; $10.
Louis and Anna B. Gottshall to Mary E.
Gottshall, undivided half of following: I.*>t on
NW line of Tehania street, 150 NE of Second,
NE 20 by NW 80; also lot on N line of Tehama
street, 205 W of First, W 25 by N SO; also lot
on NW line of Tehama street. 287:6 NE of
Fourth. NE 25 by NW SO; $5.
Kstate cif Sarah Joy (by John Bayle and Seth
Walker, executors) to H. Marx, lot on NW line
of Foleom street. 323 SW of Fifth. SW 23 by
NW S3: $3960.
Giuseppe and Matllde Mollnarl to Giovanni
Moiinari, lot on W line of Second av«nue, 100
S of Lake street. S 25 by W 120; $1500.
Adelaide E. Dornin to Oscar G. Dornin. lot
on E line of Twenty-first avenue, 150 N of A
street, N 25 by E 120; gift.
Clara Kluge Sutro (Kluge) to Mary Fair
weather (wife of Henri), lot on E line of Ash
bury street. 25 N of Eighteenth. N 23 by E 95.
lot 34, Park Lans Tract No. 4; $1.
Patrick Egan to Thomas J. Dunlgan, undi
vided half of lot on W line of Bright street. 300
N of Randolph. N 60 by W 100. lots 33 and 40,
block -I?, City Land Association; $10.
Pame to same, all Interest In same; $10.
Abbie H. H. Stuart (Hunt) to Anita L. and
Lewis John Witt, lot 16. block 12. Flint Tract
Edmund Clark and Mary or M. E. Whltfield
to John Clark, lot on W line of Badger street.
110 N of Istuls, N 46:6, SW 30. S 23, E 25. lots
SO, 110 and IS9. Spring Valley Homestead, quit
claim deed; $1.
San Fran< Isco Land Company (corporation)
to Charles E. Corbly. lot on E line of Ninth
avenue. 175 X of California street, N 25 by E
Margaret E. Saul to Hanora McGlynn. lot on
E line of Third avenue, 173 S of California
street South (Deeth). S 23 by E 120; $10.
Reginald N. Hamlin (by E. D. Sullivan, com
missioner) to M. J. Rudolph Mohr, lot on W
line of Twelfth avenue, 200 N of N street, N 25
by W 120; $170.
Henry Hillers to Dora Sellgman (wife of Wil
liam) lot 593, Gift Map 1; $10.
Man' C," Burns to Thomas A. Burns, lots G4O
to 650, 652. 654. 656, 658 and 660. Gift Map 3: gift.
Estate of Mary Kelly, minor (by Anna P.
Kelly, guardian) to Frank W. McEwen, undi
vided fourth interest in lot on S line of Faral
lones Ftreet, 600 E of Plymouth. E 200 by S 123.
block K. Railroad Homestead Association; also
undivided fourth interest of lot on N line of
Iticad. 707:6 E of Plymouth, W 67:6, N 125, E
160, N 123, E 220, SW 100. SW 807. block X,
I. N. and Florence 8. Rosekrans and Anna
P. Kelly to Margaret A. Jennings (wife of J.
C.) lot nn R line of Farallones street, 600 E of
Plymouth (Marengo), E 60 by S 125, block X,
Frank W. and Delphlne McEwen to same,
Joseph C. Jennings to same, same; gift
Henry Ford to Peter Tamony, lot 8, block 2,
College Homestead: $10.
Margaret A. Mordaunt to James 8. Angus.
Thomas G. Crothers and W. S. Goodfellow Ex
ecutors estate of James G. Fair) lot on S Une of
Cortland street, 50 W of Prospect, W 25 by 8
JOO, lot 21, block 3, Fair's Subdivision to Holly
Isaac L. Requa to J. W. Helmke and Francis
Champion, lot on NE corner of Broadway and
Locust street. E 104:6, N 43:6, W to E lln« of
Broadway, S to beginning, being portions of
lots 9 and 10, block 13. Pacific Homestead. Oak
Lewis C. and Lizzie J. Snyder to William O.
and Christina O. Holmberg, lot on N line of
Forty-first street. 167.37 E of San Pablo avenue,
E 16 by N 232.44, being a portion of H. C.
Dohr's Homestead, Oakland Township; $10.
George and Salome E. Ordway to C. White
Mortimer, lots 1. 3, 5, 7. 9. 11. 13 and 15, Ord
way Tract, Berkeley: $1500.
John M. Jr. and Emma S. Foy to Germain.
Julie, Felix and Marie Caodevielle. lot on N
line of Bancroft way, 250 W of Fulton street,
W 60 by N 135. being lot 23. Blake Tract, map
3, Berkeley; $100.
Frederick and Margaretha Todt and Arthur
S. Peters to John J. Sequelra, lot on W line of
Mllvla street. 200 N of Cedar. N 35, W W5, N
25, W 38. S 60, E 168 to beginning, being a por
tion of block 6, Graves & Taylor Tract, Berke
An'ia E. Painter to Edward R. and June O.
Painter, lot on W line of Regent street. 57:8 N
of San Jose avenue, N 60 by W 12S:3^i, belns
lot A, block 46, Alameda Park Homestead, Ala
Manoel A. Faustlno to Maria A. Faustlno,
lot en S line of Willow street. 224.37 W of
Laurel avenue, W 224.37, S 300, E 224.37. N 300
to beginning, containing 1.645 acres and being
a portion of San Lorenzo Rancho, Eden Town
ship; also lot on W line of Ashland avenue
302.343 N of Maple street, N 75.675, W 673.80, S
75.675. E 575 to beginning, containing 1 acre and
being n portion of San Lor«nzo Rancho, Eden
John Daly to Daniel Keefe. lot m NE corner
of Lincoln and Willow streets. E 25 by N 100
being a portion of lot 2, block C. Oakland Point
Homestead Tract, Oakland; $1458.
F. S. and Flora A. Lawrence to T. O. Angel
lot on S line of Forty-sixth street. 240 E of
West, E 100 by S 100, being lots 8 and 9, block
2109, AldA Tract at Temescal, Oakland; $10.
T. O. Angel to E. 8. Angel, same, Oakland:
Ferdinand and Hannah Meyers to Walter R."
Locke, lot 33, Drexler Tract, Oakland; gift.
John P. Beckett to Robert Collett. lot on N
line of Thirty-eighth street. 485.36 E of Market
E 50 by N 139.6; $625.
Mabel W. Whltmore to Lizzie M. Whltmore
lot on SE line of Twelfth avenue, 116 NE of
East Seventeenth street. N 34. SE 160. SW 34.
NW 150 to beginning, block 92. Clinton. East
John A. Sanborn to Hannah M. Chrystal, the
W 25 feet of subdivisions 7 to 10 of lot 6
block 16, Daley's Scenic Park Tract, quitclaim
deed, Berkeley; $10.
John W. Allen to Royal F. Allen, lot 9.
block 4, Allendale Tract, Brooklyn Township;
Henry 2» Jones to Eugene W. Chllds. lots 5
to 8. block 7, Fame, Brooklyn Township: $10
Edward A. and M. A. Ayer to Henry Ulals,
lots 11 and 20, block 8, same, Brooklyn Town
John B. Wallace to Edith A. Wallace, lot on
E line of St. Charles street. 190 S of San An
tonio avenue, E 150 by S 60, being a portion
of Fitch and Sharon Tract Alameda; gift.
T. M. Marois to Julie R. de Loge, lot 19,
block 83. city of Alameda, quitclaim deed, Ala
Frank W. Aitken vs. Martha E. Paul et. nl.
to Mary A. Walker (wife of William R.), lot
on W line of Park avenue. 807:8 N of Ban Jos»
avenue. N 60. W 126:3. S 60. E 126:4. to be
ginning, being lot B. block 11, Alameda Park
Homestead, Alameda: $2550.
Henry and Anna Flege to Sophia Mogensen,
lot on S line of Sixth street. 76 E of Harrison,
E 25 by S 100. being lot 9. block 58, subject to
a mortgage for $1000. Oakland: $10.
Joshua and Adella Pettlgrove to Stephen
Burke, lot on S line of Twenty-fifth street. 150
W of Grove. W 3«:8 by 8 100. being portion of
lot 12. block N. Kelsev Tract. Oakland : $10.
Lexlea E. Chartrand to Hanna M. Carlsen.
lot on SE corner of Twenty-eighth • and West
"treets. E 90 by 8 25, being lot 8, block 2024.
Wltcher Tract. Map 2, quitclaim deed, Oak
land; $1. ...
Sarah R. Shatter, Mary L. Orr (wife of J. K.
Orr). Bertha S. and Eva R. Shatter. M. Good
rich (wife of E. Goodrich) and Emma L. How
ftrd (wlf« of Charles W. Howard) to O. L.
Bhafter Estate. Company (corporation), lot be
ginning at a point on the 8 shore of Lake
Merritt. at its Intersection with a line drawn
parallel with and 28:2 feet E from the W line
of Alice Btreet, extended thence SE 240, 8 235,
OAKLAND REAL ESTATE.
A No. 1 COTTAGES AND LOTS
WILLIAM J. DINGEE,
$01 BROADWAY - - - OAKLAND.
$1450— Lot WxlOO on East Seventeenth. »r. Sev-
enth aye.; cottage, 5 rooms; lot cheap at $1500.
$1100— Lot 25x100; near Clinton station; cottage.
$1400— Lot 2fxlM; modern cottage; I rooms,
bath and basement; etreet work all done.
$1500— Lot 80x100 on Eleventh aye.; best loca-
tion; cottace. b roomn end bath.
$K9— Lot 25x150; cottage, 3 rooms; on East
Seventeenth at. bet Fifth and Sixth avea.
$Soo— Let 25x100 on Twenty-second st. near
San Pablo aye.; cottage, 5 rooms.
$«s»— Lot 71x100; near Telegraph aye.: cottage.
8 rooms; all fenced; well; outbuildings.
$2000— Frultvala; cottage, 6 rooms and bath;
all modern; lot £3x125.
$2090— Elmhurst; cottage. E very largo rooms,
bath; all modern; N. w. corner; lot 80x135..
$2700— Seminary aye.: 1 acre of land; cottage.
4 rooms; all fitted up for chickens.
$1100— Lot 25x110 on Peralta at., cloee to sta-
tion; modern, high basement cottage, 6 rooms
and bath; newly painted; In first-class condition.
$1000— West side Center st. ; good location; cot-
tage, S rooms.
$2000— Willow st.. near Thirteenth; lot 35x115;
2-etory house, 8 rooms.
$2000— N. W. cor. Willow and Eleventh sts. ;
2-story house, t rooms and bath.
$2000— Tenth st.. near Union: lot 13x115; mod-
ern cottage. 7 rooms and bath.
$2:oo— Union St.. near Eighth; lot SCxISJ; mod-
em cottage, 6 rooms and bath.
— LOTS —
$500— Lot containing 8750 equare feet: on W.
side Twelfth aye.. ICO feet N. of East Twenty-
fourth st: 1 block from electric cars; etreet
work all done.
$1000— N. E. cor. West and Twenty-second
sts.; lot 60x100; all work done.
$600— Lot 120x130; N. E. cor. Redwood road and
A'.lendale aye.. Fruitvale.
$?50— N. Bide Thirty-third st. bet Grove and
West; 60x100; street work all done.
$CoO— Lot near Telegraph aye.; 71 feet front-
age; a Bnap.
$225— Berkeley lot; 63x115; doe* to Bancroft
»4KV-Market at. bet. Thirty-third and Thirty-
$645— Thirty-sixth st.. bet. Grova and "Wert;
J7E0 — Market st., bet. Thirty-fourth and Thlr-
t7E7— West et.. bet Thirty-second and Thirty-
$4S7— Thirty-fourth it. bet. Market and Ban
Pablo aye.; 27:Cx100.
$1200—800 front feet; In Fruitvale: near Fruit-
vale aye.; worth $3000; must be sold.
$1500— 75x109; en the E. flfle of Tenth art., 75
feet B. of Eaet Sixteenth st.; worth $2750.
Large lift of lots In all parts of Oakland at
greatly reduced prices.
Send for map of Central Land Co. lota that
we are almost giving away; between Ban Paßlo
aye. and Grove it.. Thirty-second and Thlrty-
WILLIAM J. PINGEE,
?f>3 Broadway. Oakland.
Room IS. *ec<">nl floor. Mills building. S. F.
BERKELEY REAL ESTATE.
J3CC— "-ROOM cottage, $100 cash, balance $15 per
month, including lntrrest. W. C. MORAN.
$1000— J1C0 CASH, balance $12 per month, will
buy a 5-roora cottage; *«? it; could not build
the house for the money. W. C. MORAN.
$:s'io WILL buy a 0-roorn cottage; street work
all done; 1 Hock tt> train and electric car.
W. C. MOHAN.
51500— 7-ROOM house; lot EOxlOO; $300 cash,
balance on terms to suit. W. C. MORAN.
11200-5-ROOM cottage; lot 120x227; $200 cash,
balance V.i> per month. W. C. MORAN.
52700— NEW *-rcKirn house; near cars and Uni-
versity rornor lot; :.oxloo. \V. C. MORAN.
J3i"A>-2^ ACRES; this property is cheap at
tyyiO iirr acre; 4-room <-ottaee, con $13uO to
build; toed wci] and runiji; part of street
work done and in the heart of town; $1300
mortgage can remain. W. C MORAN.
$ICO Ul* for lot?: see come of the barpalns I
have on my list. W. C. MORAN, Lorin eta-
irw BERKELEY BARGAIN $2590
Lot 105x100 tn northwest corner Shattuck aye.
and Emerson St.. with a good two-story and
hasemrnt house of 7 rocms and bath; hardwood
mantel: etationary wafhtubs: Grove-tt. (Shat-
tuck-ave.) oars pass the door; 1 block from
Berkeley local <Ashby station); price only $2500;
cheap at $C^Oo. as the lot alone is worth $:000
end the house could not t>e built for JIQOO. Par-
ticulars of David nush. Country Department.
O: H. IMCSEX & CO., 14 Montgomery St., San
FOR sale-A bargain; grocery store, stock and
fixtures; lot ttt^JOSS; on Ehattuck aye.. Berke-
ley; Tvcrih tSito; can be purchased for $::00;
BartcalEs in finest rrsfder.ee property in
Berkeley, close to the university. I am new
opening up several fine tracts on the first of
the year, to be sold in subdivisions to su;t.
one to five acre iracts. improved O r unim-
proved, located :n Schmidt's village, north of
Berkeley; suitable for fine chicken ranches
mad homes; only 15 minutes' drive to State
University. For further particular!" Inquire
r f GEO. SCHMIDT. Schmidt block. Berkeley.
SMALL PAYMENT DOWN.
Two modern houses, eastern frontage and
grand marine view; 9 rooms; elegant finish,
<rci»!it walks, etc; only half a block from
University of California; all ready to move
Into: easy payments. Particulars of M. L.
WURT.S. Seventeenth and Broadway. Oakld.
BARGAIN — S rooms, modern Improvements; en
electric car line: near trains, schools; ea^y
tmrif; owner. H. R. ABRAHAMSO.N, 111
Laurel aye.. Oakland.
2.ZS A r HES en Shattuck aye.. near Woolsey
et.. r.-ish modern 4-r"om cottape; must sell at
a sacrifice. See NAMAXXY, Lorin Station.
IC'' l^)— NEW. modera l-room house; close to C.
C; etreet improved.
$2500— Neat ;-rocm house; near depot; street
$55!V-Lcts on Grore «t.. or.« cf the prettiest
streets In town; terms to *u!t
O. G. MAY & CO..
IFRCITVALE REAL ESTATE.
FOR EALE BY H. A. PLEITXER,
FRUITVALE PTATION. CAL.
tZrA— Choice lot 100x150; only 1 block from
*lectric cars; tee this for a bargain.
$J~'.O — House of 4 rooms and basement; !trn*
chicken-hous*: g-ood well and pump; lot 60x119;
a.l fenced; $IXI r..ft, baJ*nce on your own
V.y>— Cnttsxe o* 4 ronmi; lot £0x108; barn,
chicken-house, fruit trees etc. ; easy terraa If
JS5O— House of rooms; email hothouse; fine
%¦«!! and force- pump: fruit trees, shrubbery,
(table and ch!cken-hous<»: 1-n 75x110; all fenced.
»35*— Cottage of 5 rooms and bath: stationary
tubs: chicken and pigeon houses; 4 blocks from
$1400— For cale in Alameda, 2-story houre of
<6 rooms and bath; Ftable; larse lnt; 3 blocks
fmm Park-st. station: fine neighborhood; street
xvork ar.d cmer.t Fidewalk complete.
K2,'pO — Vm acres in choice fruit; cottaee of 5:
roorrt. and hath: fine mantel; 7-foot basement:
EUie: all floored: pood well and force runp;
ftiib>, chkken house, fie. ; ndjoininjj electric
caif : on!y 1 mile from FruitvaJe station.
H. A. PLEITXER, Fruitvale Station. Cal.
FOREST PARK TRACT!
Only * Few Minutes From the Station.
H-Acr* 3*c»ts. H-Acre Lots. >i-Acre Lots.
In a MILLIONAIRES' district at a WORK-
IXGMAN'K rrice. for immediate «=al«»; U per
front foot up; two wet-ks enly at above price.
Lots I7S te~t deep and any frontage desired;
nil streets frraded. water ripe* to every lot; in
Fruitvale sanitary district: over 4000 forest and
fruit trees on this tract; a Rood *r'eculat!on if
you do not want a home; we build to suit you;
title guaranteed; close to car and transporta-
f3ofi— lx)t Kflxl": fifty trees on the property.
$.W!H-I^t f0x175; finest toil in Fruitvale.
J6oo— Lot 142i173: fineM Foil In Fruitvale.
Three-acre chicken ranch; chance of a life-
sJf>oa— Chicken ranch: houee 4 rooms; bis lot.
finr>o— 3 and 4 room cottages at 114 per month
JITSO— Two 5-mom onttatres: $17 a month.
MONEY TO LOAN.
Flat or on Installments.
THE HOME BUILDING COMPANY.
Fan Francisco Office, room 2, pround floor.
rt2 Sansome Ft.; Fruitvale Office, half a block
firii Fruiival" Ftation.
OFFICE— VO3 BROADWAY.
OAKLAND REAL ESTATE.
tZ'TA— S-ROOM house; bath; In perfect order;
private and city water supply; barn, with
coachman's room, etc.; large Kardfns; foun-
tain in sard; close to business center; lot £5
f«**t frontage: Al neiphborhood; this prop-
erty 1» owned by the Ravings bank and we
are authorized to Fell at cost; seeing Is be-
Uerlnc; call ar.d eramine it.
J. S. MYERS.
A JiOOO PROPERTY FOR t^'Xl. ~
Seven rooms, bath; strictly up to date; flrst-
cJass ord«--r; larre lot: street work all done;
Al neighborhood; |3uo cash, balance bank
tcortc≥ this offer for 6 days only.
J. S. MYERS.
1002 Broadway. Oakland.
S NHW houses. Just completed;' the latest lm-
rrnvcmer.ts; ranging in price from Jl6OO to
S2W): convenient to station; they are bar-
rains and worth the time to examine them;
f.rst come, first choice.
J. 8. MYERS.
1002 Broadway, Oakland.
BUFIXEFS paying f7<.>o i*r month: fine Etock
rK>3t». thoes and machinery; I1S00; rent Ftore
tM. C. K. KING. SK):- Broadway. Oakland.
LOI>OiING house. 22 rooms; full of boarders;
r*nt house 126 50 month; only $400. C. X*
KING. 802 Broadway. Oakland.
45 ACRES near Livcrmor»»; new house and
r«.rn: *ood land: or.ly $IXO. C. K. KING, 902
44 ACRES with 2 fine houses. In East Oak-
land; barn, windmill and orchard; KVn, or
¦will fU 1 BTf. with Fmall houye $;-oo C
K. KING. 902 Broadway. Oakland.
rrr^O— TWO *Jerant new houses 7>f t and 6
room* respectively; modern !n every detail;
lfth Fttuated upon eunny elde of Ptreet: one
located on Linden st.. just a few Fteus to
th» cars: other Is located on cr.e of the cross
f-'-rrclr. between 2 main electric car Jir.e?; both
very Bunr.y and pleasant: term* can b» ar-
ranged to suit. GEO. B. M. GRAT.
4^4 Ninth st.
A BARGAIN— F!n« house of 8 rooms laundry
ftnd bath: well located in cood neighborhood;
$1200 cash ar.d Lalance flat loan at S r*r cent.
GEO. B. M. GRAT,
4J4 Ninth *t.
F^'R rale at a bargain— A Hue comer lot, 150 x
129 fc*t, with S-room modern cottaKe and out-
houses : Ftrf-f-t v/ork oimpl-te; grounds Im-
proved : variety of bearing fruit trees: shrub-
bery, etc.; good neighborhood: one block to
electric car line; price reduced from $7000 to
$4.-0 to effect immediate tale; owner called
1122 Thirteenth aye.. Katt Oakland, Cal.
ItOfc-^GBOCEZtY Ftnre. with fixtures, all com-
p!ete; »HI located and good business; owner
*Ick; sood reason fcr eellir.g. ALDEN CO..
511S Broad v. ay.
MOXF.Y to loan nn ranch rror>erty at CH net.
ALDEN CO.. 111S Broadway.
52^00— ELEGANT new all modern residence; 7
r;"im*: corner let; or trade equity AL-
;>HX CO.. HIS Broadway.
Ztnon—rOTTAnv:: C rooms, stable and grounds
JAS. S. NAISMITH. ~
HEADQUARTERS FOR BARGAINS.
Look here— Just finished; five fine new large
modern houses in the very best residence part
cf the city; two clready Fold: only ten minutes'
walk from narrow gaug* station: will sell these
or. your own terms and at prices that cannot
be met by any one In the city. Call at the office
»>rd we will chow them to you. 402 Ninth st
J:'O CASH: $12 to monthly till paid for; a new
2-rtory house of S rooms, bath, pantry, wash
room; plenty of closets, stable, ehed, chicken
house, etc.; city water and sewer; eanltary
plumbing: an up-to-date property: large deep
lot; tituat* nn Fruitvale »vc; cars pass the
door; 2 blocks from a model «chool; fine tur-
rouniiing*; le an Ideal home; price all told
ROOT; will exchange. Cull 455 7th et.. Oak-
land. HENRY Z. JONES. Owner.
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FACTS ABOUT BANANAS.
Why the Red Banana Has Disap-
Red bananas are so scarce nowadays
as to be practically a rarity; the prevail
ing banana is yellow. Twenty years and
more ago the red was the prevailing
banana and the yellow the rare one. The
change from red to yellow is due to com
mercial reasons; the yellow banana Is
The yellow banana requires less care
and time in the -cultivation, and so costs
less in that stage. It sticks to the bte-n
better than the red banana, and so stands
more yellow bananas to the bunch than
red. With all these marked ¦ advantages
in its favor the yellow banana has prac
tically driven the red banana out.
With this great scarcity red bananas
now bring fancy prices; It may be ten
times as much as yellow bananas. Wltn
yellow bananas at $1 or $1 50 a bunch red
would be worth from $6 to $11. and there
would be fewer in a bunch. Red bananas
Beir nowadays In the fruit stores as high
as 20 cents each. The comparatively :ew
bunches Imported are taken by dealers in
fine and fancy fruits as novelties, the
rarity. In large measure, determining the
price. It may be asked . why, with red
bananas at such prices, more are not cul
tivated; to which the answer Is that If
FOR PASSENGER AND FREIGHT RATES
apply CAPT. W. E. NESBITT. 51S Market.
$650— COTTAGK and lot on Pine St.. 'West Oak-
land. HUGH M. CAMERON. 105S Brodaway,
100 acres land; half cash, balance easy terms.
Owner, P. O. box 420, Oakland.
E X Smart &w, Cal W R Madnry. Fresno
Mrs O M Hudepohl, Mrs I L Hehert. Cal
Grass Valley Mrs C M Gilflllan. Cal
T A Gilbert. Portland J G Franclt. Woodlnd
I) M Reynolds, Cal A <: Vincent. Chicago
A M Allen. Cal G Kllburn & w. Cal
J X Kenton. Nora» A P Dickinson. A rmona
X M lUiberts. Bakersfld E M Roberts. Bksfld
J B Tregloar. Oakland Mrs J Perry, Los Ang
R Wilson Salt Uke Mnt E B Ladner. Cal
Mrs F Nicolal, Portld EH Jones & w. Sacto
O F Marman. Idaho B E Heartt, Los An*
LL Ol instead. Minn J Cochrane &w. Cal
XV A Whitney. Grd Isle M Rosenblum, Chicago
A II Jones, Green Bay C B Overacker. N»es
C A Copeland, Stanfrd'Miss M Robblns, Nlles
W A Stephens. Chico L A Pohlmann &w, •
J Sloan. Winnemucca Santa Cruz
L M Knaugh. S Leand J Kullman, Benlcia
Miss A Stephens. Chlco H H Hunter. San Jose
Mrs Dlller, M Park Miss Campbell. Orovlle
M E Ellis Jr. S Clara E P Varle & fy. Napa
D Hanley. Butte P Nichols, Napa
J Walsh, Butte I Mrs Kuck. Menlo Park
G C Osborn, Athena Mrs M Kuck. M Park
E C Cowell, Rlverbank E S Ix>vett. Stanford
L R Prince. Boston E R Thomas N V
Le Roy Wakner. Ohio O A Buell, Stockton
II W Walker. Willows D O Stover. Freeport
J C Frank. Cal
Dr G yon Wldelstaat. C T Knlsely, Chicago
San Mateo R H Farrel. Los Ang
W O Stone, San Mateo F W Beemer & w,
A P Maginnls, L Ang Durango
F A Demens, Los Ang H Eaton. 3 N
A L I^evinsky. Stktn C L Pryal &w. Oakld
E B Aschermann & w, H J Small, Sacto
Chicago D H Rand & w. Or
E Tyner. Chleato • W R Armsby, Sacto
L L Lumsden, U S N H Sullivan, Sacto
D M Addison, US N J A Lewis. Chicago
P W Delano, U S N J T Lyons. Chicago
W J Madden, Cal H L Heffner. Chicago
R Nixon & w. Portld H J Hildebrand. N V
A I, Beebe, Portland J J Summer X V
O Oleson. Nebr W H Berthelet. Wls
A Nlnnan, Vallejo S Parker. Honolulu
A Staley, S N Mrs A Ware. lowa
G F Meacham Aw, |F X Ware &w. lowa
Seattle U; m Faris. S N
H T Gage. Sacto !u Spear. Spokana
NEW WESTERN HOTEL.
G W Hazard. Lou Ang A R Moulton, Chicago
Miss M McLeod, S Jose F L Driggs, Chicago
F Roche, Fresno W Freeman & w, Cal
J B Arnott, Seattle P Lynch Oregon
J Rlni. San Mateo Miss R Lynch. Oregon
C W ¦Williams, Sulsun J F Lockley, Oregon
J Moran, Vallejo T Fitzeerald. Wash
H Soloman, Dlxon Mrs Clark. Stockton
D F Hardlns, Los Ang Mrs Bryan, Stockton
P J Murtha, Modesto T Smart & fm, Utah
thence to St. Paulus German Evangelical Lv-
- theran Church, corner of Eddy »»<J v Go . u^
streets, where funeral services will b« held
commencing- at 1:30 o'clock. Interment Mount
SMITH— In -this city, January 20, 1900, »"**-
beth J., beloved wife of Thomas R. Smith,
and mother of Frank and Ellen Smith, a na-
tive of Stockton, Cal.. aged 32 years 2 months
and 13 days.
E7"Remain» at the parlors of H. F. Bunr
& Co.. 1137 Mission street, between Seventh
STANLEY— In this city. January 18, 1900. Cap-
tain William S. Stanley, husband of Mary
Ann Stanley, and father of Mrs. W. H.
Grevcs. Martha Stanley. Mrs. C. W. Gard-
ner and Mrs. C. W. Brandt, a native or
Greenwich, England, ageH 65 years. .
(^Friends are respectfully invited to at-
tend the funeral services this day (Sunday),
at 2 o'clock, at the Masonic Temple, corner
Post and Montgomery streets, under the pas-
pices of Crockett Lodge No. 139, F. and A. M.
Interment Masonic Cemetery.
TESSIEN-In this city. January 20. 1900. Ru-
do!:>h Anton, beloved son of Rudolph and
Marie Tesslen. a native of San Francisco.
a«e<l 1 year and 9 days.
TJADER— In this city. January 15. 1900. Curry
W. Tjader. brother of the late Frederic McG.
CTNotice of funeral hereafter.
TJADER-In San Dlezo, December 22. 1839,
Frederic McG. Tjader.
E7"Notice of funeral hereafter.
YON PERHACS— In this city, January 18, 1900,
Julius A. yon Perhacs, beloved brother of
Lajoa yon Perhacs, a native of Hungary,
aged 3* yea,rs. (New York City papers please
CyFriends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Monday), at 2:30 o'clock, from the parlora
of the California Undertaking Company, 405
Powell street, near Post. Interment Masonic
WIGGINS— In Oakland. January 19. 1300. Eliza-
beth C. Wiggins, beloved wife of James S.
Wiggins, n native of Sydney, N.S.W.. aged
44 years and X> months. "(Downievllle Messen-
ger please copy.)
lTs*Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral this day
(Sunday), p.t 2 o'clock, from her late resi-
dence. 557 Twenty-third street. Oakland, Cal.
WILLIAMSON— In this city, January 19. 1900,
Henry, beloved husband of Alice Williamson,
father of Mary Williamson, and brother of
John and Joseph Williamson, a native of San
Francisco, aged 27 years. (Brooklyn. N. V.,
papers please copy.)
ET'FTier.ds and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral this day
(Sunday), at 9:45 o'clock, from the residence
of his brother, X.7 Potrero avenue, thence to
Holy Cross Cemetery, via 10:40 o'clock train
from Third and Townsend streets.
W 182.77. N 360 to point of beginning, to cor
rect deed of May 13, 1892, Oakland: $10.
G. A. Willard (executor of the estate of
Robert Foster Patten) to Adelaide O. Patton,
all interest in lot on i> corner of East Eleventh
•street and Seventh avenue. SE 150, SW 150.
NW 75. NE 1. NW 75, NE 149. to beginning.
East Oakland: $2700.
Henry. R. and Elizabeth L. Miller to X H. T.
Watklnson. lot 20, Buena Vista Homestead,
Josephine C. Swift to A. P. Gonzales, lot on
E line of Hannah street. 150 S of A street. S 50
by E 133. being the S half of lot 6, block N-786,
Margaret .and Edward Dolan to J. J. John
son, lot on NW line of Tenth avenue, formerly
Taylor street. 120 XE of East Seventeenth, for
merly Harrison. NE 30 by NW 122, block B.\
Clinton. East Oakland; $10.
Carl Waechter (by Hermann Joost. attorney)
to Henry Stein, lot on S line of University
avenue, 104 E of Eighth street, E 104 by S 100.
being lots 3 and 4,- block 98, Schnelle Tract.
Rachel & Clothilda Simon to Mellta Baum
(Frank), lot on S line of Berkeley way, 350.30
E of Louisa street.. X 36 by S 110, being lot 42,
College Tract, Berkeley: $10.
Frank M. and Rose H. Wilson to Conrad
Scheel. lots 8. 9 and 10. block ?0. Map of Daley's
Scenic Park. Berkeley; $10.
George G. and Frances E. Baker, Jeppe Jor
gensen, Walter F. Lewis and George W. Reed
(by A. W. Bishop, commissioner) to Union Sav
ings Bank, lots 47 and 4S. block 34. lots 8 and
9, block F. lots 16 and 17. block 31. and lots
5. 8 aiid W half of lot 6, block 23. on map of
resubdivision of Smith's Subdivision Matthews
Tract, Berkeley: $951.
Frederick A. Marriott of New York to Fred
erick Marriott of San Francisco, all interest
In lot on N line of Railroad avenue. 100 E of
Morton street. E 50 by X 150. block 32. Fitch
Homestead Tract, subject to a mortgage, Ala
Isabel Reed to Mary L. Reed, lots 19 and 20,
block B, on map of resubdlvlslon block B.
Prospect Hill Tract, Brooklyn Township; also
property In Monterey; tift.
Thomas Ward. Mary Ward, John J. O'Rourke
f»t. al. (by Clarence Crowell, commissioner) to
Thomas Moran, lot 3 65 to 74. Map of Roee
Tract. Brooklyn Township: $280.
Fred A. Prlndle to L. W. Burrls, lot on SW
line of East Twenty-third street. 130 NW of
Twenty-third avenue, NW 35.35 by SW 100. be
intr a portion of lots 2 and 3. block B. subdi
vision Heald's Twenty-third Avenue Tract,
Brooklyn Township: $2600.
L. W. Burris to Lizzie L. Woodward, same,
Brooklyn Township; $2500. • --i
Norris W. Palmer Jr. to Llnwood Palmer,
beginning on the dividing line of lands of
Palmer and Barker, distant 746 N from N line
of Buena Vista avenue, X 360. W 204.97, S 360,
E 204.97. to beginning, Alamoda; $10.
Richard Barron to Paul V. Garin, lot on
N Une of B street. 60 E of Watklns. N 110 by
E 90, Town of Haywards; also right of way
over strip of land described as follows: Lot
on E line of Watklns street. 110 N of B, E 150
by N 9. same, Eden Township; $10.
J. S. and Mary I. A. Myers to Mary C. Noyes,
lot on W line of McClure street. 140 N of Pros
pect avenue, N 45 by W 104. being- lot 9, Mc-
Clure Academy Grounds, Oakland: $10.
Byron L. and Alice C. Davonport to Karl H.
Nickel, lot IS. block L Thermal Hill (formerly
thp Hows Trßct). Oakland: SIP.
Karl H. Nickel to W. N. Macintlre, same,
Oakland: JW. '
R. J. McMullen & W. C. Moody (trustees
James J. and Florence ID. Reid) to State Sav
ings Bank. 6T.1 D. 441, lot on SW corner Butter
wcrth and Ralston streets. AY 120 by S 133,
belnK lot 1. block 4. State University Home
stead No. 3. truEtce's deed. Berkeley; $900.
Andrew Proctor to Peter M. I^en*. lot on E
line of Blalne avenue. 225 S of Twelfth street.
S 60 by E 125. portion of lots 5 and 6. block
M. Huntington Tract, Brooklyn Township; $10.
Patrick I*. Bassett and Michael O'Rourk* (by
A. W. Bishop, commissioner) to Oakland Loan
and Investment Company. lot 3. block D. Fruit
vale Station Tract. Brooklyn Township: $512.
F. C. and Minnie Nllson or Nllsen or Nielsen
to R. Vergez and M. Mathebat, lot on NE line
of Cherry street, 220 NW of Mountain View
avenue. NE 150. NW 41. R. SW 150. SE 42.4 to
beginning, beinjr lot 1. block 17, Warner Tract,
Brooklyn Township; $10.
Catherine A. Cassin to Maria C. Andirson.
lot on S line of Forty-fifth street. 190 W of
Grove. W 50 by S ICO. beln* lot 12. block 2107.
Alden Tract at Temescal. Oakland: gift.
Town of Berkeley to W. J. Mortimer, all In
terest In lot on E line of Shattuck avenue. ISO
N of Cedar Ftreet. N 120 by E 30. portion of lot 3
It to ]i, block 5. resubdivision of block 5. Anti
sell Tract, quitclaim deed. Berkeley; JlO.
Stanley and Caroline Stephenson. Bank cf
Alameda, Frank F. Titus, as executor estate of
Daniel Titus (by J. r,. Lanktree, commissioner),
to Mary L. Lancaster, lot on N line of Snn Jose
avenue. 300 E of Walnut street. E 50 by N 150.
being lot 7. in W half of block X, lands adja
cent to Enclnal, Alameda; $2851.
Borle, Catherine McLean. Albert H.
Burnett. Florence McMahon. Mary
Chamberlain. Mrs. Meany. Genevieve M.
Mary I. Mendelsohn Abraham
Christy. Robert x O'Connor. Michael
Clausmann, Emila O'Malley, Jamea
Curran, Annie M. Schutte, Margaret I.
Dupont, Auguste Schutten, Jacob
Falen, Albert Smith. Elizabeth J.
Falkinburg, Caroline Stanley, Capt. W. S. •
Greiner. Christiana Tessien, Rudoluh A.
Hannan, Dennis J. Tjader, Curry W.
Hopkins, Mrs. Sophia Tjader Frederic McG.
Joyce. Charles Yon Perhacs.JullusA.
Kearney. Mrs. Ellen Wiggins. Elizabeth
Lewis linfant.) Williamson, Henry
BORLE— In this city. January 20, 1900, Cath-
erine, beloved wife of the late Gustavaus
Borle, mother of Llllle, Laura and Lewis
Horle, Mrs. Emma Matheson, Mrs. Katie
Lester and the late Mrs. Madeleine Welsh
and Henry Borle, and sl6ter of Mrs. Ellen
Lubbock and the late Mrs. Isabella Kenny,
a native of County Cavan, Ireland, apred 53
ICTFriends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
<Monday>, at 9:30 o'clock, from her late resi-
dence. 909 Page street, thence to Sacred Heart
Church, where a requiem hieh mass will be
celebrated for the repose of her soul, com-
mencine at 10 o'clock. Interment Holy Cross
BURXETT-In this city, January 20, 1900,
Florence, beloved wife of Henry M. Burnett,
and mother of Royal 0., Theodore C. and
Myrtle A. Burnett, a native of Sheffield, Eng-
land, aged 40 years 1 month and 11 days.
CHAMBERLAIN— In this city. January 19,
1900, Mrs. Mary Irene Chamberlain, mother of
Florence G., Edna L. and Willie K. Chamber-
lain, a native of Cincinnati. Ohio, aeed 42
CHRISTY— In this city, January 20, 1900, Rob-
ert, beloved husband of Auguste Christy, and
father of Emma Christy and Mrs. Robert
McGahey, a native of Ohio, aged S3 years.
CLAUSMANN— In thia city. January 20. 1900,
Emile Clausmann, beloved rrandson of Mrs.
Marie Clausmann, beloved brother of Marie
Clausmann and Mrs. Alice Bertin, and
brother-in-law of Mr. F. Bertin, a native of
San Francisco, aged 21 years and 8 months.
tC7"Frlends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
• Monday), at 2 o'clock, from the residence of
his grandmother. 1912 Taylor street, between
Union and Filbert, thence to the French
Church of Notre Dame dcs Vlctolres. where
services will be held.
CURRAN— In this city, January 19, 1000, Annie
M., beloved wife of the late Timothy Cur-
ran, and mother of Anna, Kdward, William
and the late Frank Curran and Mrs. J. B.
Ryan, a native of Limerick. Ireland.
(CTThe funeral will take place to-morrow
(Monday), at S:SO o'clock, from her late resi-
dence, 179 Perry street, thence to St. Rose's
Church, where "a requiem high mass will be
celebrated fur the repose of her roul. com-
mencing at 9 o'clock. Interment Holy Cross
Cemetery, by carriai:<\
DT'PONT— In Fresno, January 17, 1900, Auguste
Dupont. beloved husband of Eucenie Dupont,
and father of Mrs. C. Debiolles, a native of
lUris. France, aged f>9 years.
[ETNotice of funeral hereafter.
FALEN— In this city. January 20. 1900. Albert
Falen, a native of New York, aged 40 years.
FALKIXBURG— In this city, January 19, 1900,
Caroline H. Fa'Mnhurz. wife of Captain N.
H. Falkinburjr. a native of Green Bay, Wls.,
aged 6'_* years 10 months and 15 days.
inyFYie-iids and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral this day-
(Sunday). at 1:30 o'clock, from the funeral
parlors of McGinn Bros., 31 Eddy street. In-
terment Masonic Cemetery.
GREINER— In this city, January IS, 1300, Chris-
tiana Greiner, beloved mother of Mrs. Frank
Lester. Mrs. George W. Waltenbaugh and the
late Henry and Amelia Greiner. and grand-
mother of Grace V. and Edward Lester, a na-
tive of Germany, aged 61 years 8 months and
lC7"Kriends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral this day
(Sunday), at 1:39 o'clock, from her late resi-
dence, 631 Tennessee street, between Seven-
teenth and Eighteenth. Interment Cypress
HANNAN— In this city. January 20, 19CV). Den-
nis J., beloved husband of Margaret Hannan,
and father of Annie. Hannan. a native of the
City of Cork, Ireland, aged 47 j-ears.
HOPKIXS-In AlanWa. January 20. 1900. Mrs.
Kophla P. Hopkins, beloved mother of Mrs.
.Tamos E. Agar, a native of Perm Van, Yates
County, Now York, nged 77 years.
tC?"Funeral Fervices this day <Sunday>, at
2:30 o'clock. Friends and acquaintances are
respectfully invited. Interment private.
JOYCE— In this city. January 15, 1900, Charles
Joyce, beloved husband of Elizabeth Joyce,
and father of Mabel Joyce, a native of Brent-
ford, England, aged 3S years -• months and 13
dayp. (Honolulu, H. 1., rap<"rs please copy.)
ICyFriendß and acquaintances and members
of Burnaby Lodge No. 194. Sons of St. George,
and sister lodges. San Francisco Aerie No. 6,
F. O. E.. and Ahwashte Tribe No. S9. Impd.
O. R. M., are respectfully invited to attend I
the funeral this day (Sunday), at 1 o'clock. I
from the hall of Burnaby Lodge, Shlels bulld-
?ng, 32 O'Fairell street. Remains at the par-
lors of A. V.\ Martin & Co.. lIS Geary etreet.
AHWASHTE Tribe No. S3, Impd. O. R. M.—
Officers and brothers are hereby notified to
nssemble at the wigwam this day (Sunday),
at 12 o'clock, for the purpose of attending the
funeral of our late brother. Charles Joyce.
GEORGE' D. KEELEY. Sachem.
J. T. CARKOLL, Chief of Records.
SAX FRANCISCO Aerie No. 5, V. O. E.— Offi-
cers and members are requested to meet at
their lodceroom at 12 o'clock sharp this day
(Sunday), for the purpose of attending- the
funeral of our late brother, Charles J. Joyce.
By order of the aerie.
GUS POHLMANN. Secretary.
KEARNEY— A solemn requiem high mass will
be celebrated for the late Mrs. Ellen Kearney
at St. Paul's Church to-morrow (Monday), at
8:30 o'clock. Friends are Invited to attend.
LEWIS— In this city, January 7, 1900, infant
daughter of Beckle and Herman Lewis.
McLEAN— In this city. January 19, 1900, Albert
H. McLean, a native of Michigan, aged 32
years. A member of San Francisco Lodge No.
63, International Association of Machinists.
IT7"Krlends and acquaintances .are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral this day
(Sunday), at 10:15 o'clock, from the parlors of
the United Undertakers, 27 and 29 Fifth street,
thence to St. Rose's Church for services. In-
terment Holy Cross Cemetery, by 11:30 o'clock
train from Third and Townsend streets.
OFFICERS and members of San Francisco
Lcdee No. 6S, International Association of
Machinists, are requested to attend the fu-
neral of our late brother, Albert H. McLean,
this day (Sunday), at 10 o'clock, from the
parlors of the United Undertakers. 27 and 29
Fifth street. JOHN A. KELLY. President.
JAMES MAGINNIS. Secretary.
McMAHON— In this city, January 20. 1900,
Mary, relict of the late John McMahon, and
mother of Mary McMahon and the late John
Edward McMahon and Mrs. Henry Goeta, a
native of Galway, Ireland, aged 49 years.
CTFriends and acquaintances are respect-
fully notified that the funeral will take place
to-morrow (Monday), at 10 o'clock, from her
late residence. 1610 Stockton street, thence by
11:30 o'clock train for Holy Cross Cemetery.
MEAXY— In this city, January 20. 1900, Gene-
vieve M., beloved daughter of John P. and
Susie F. Meany. a native of San Francisco,
a red 2 yearn 1 month and 12 days.
C^Kriends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral this day
(Sunday), at 1 o'clock, from the parents'
residence, 4201 Eichtecnth Btreet, corner of
Diamond. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.
MEXDELSOHX— In Watsonville, January 19,
1900. Abraham G. Mendelsohn, husband of
Minnie Mendelsohn, father of Joeeph, Max and
Samuel Mendelsohn, son of Aaron and Julia
Mendelsohn, and brother of Mrs. Esther
Harris, Mrs. Rebecca Winzler and Ben, Ike,
Harry and Sadie Mendelsohn, a native of Po-
land, aged 36 years 10 months and 11 days.
CyFriends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral this day
(Sunday), at 10 o'clock, from the residence of
his parents, 517 A Xatoma street, where serv-
ices will be held by I'ioneer Lodffe No. 87, I.
O. F. S. of 1., thence by 11:30 o'clock train
to Hills of Kternl;y Cemetery for Interment.
O'CONNOR— Drowned near Vallejo, December
31, ISO 9, Michael, beloved husband of Nellie
O'Connor, father of Maggie, Nonle, Timothy
and Nellie O'Connor, and brother of Timothy
O'Connor and Mrs. Mary Halloran of Oak-
land, a native of Castle Island, County Kerry.
Ireland, aced 25 years.
¦ (r7"Frlends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral this day
(Sunday), at 5:45 o'clock, from his late resi-
dence, 232 Ritch street, thence to St. Rose's
Church, where a solemn requiem high mass
will be celebrated for the repose of his soul,
commencing at 9 o'clock. Interment Holy
MEMBERS of the Longshore Lumbermen's
Protective Association— You are requested to
attend the funeral of our deceased member.
Michael O'Connor, from the family residence,
332 Ritch street, this day (Sunday), at B '3o
o'clock. J. W. DECKER, President
J. E. REARDON. Secretary.
O'MALLEY— In this city, January 20, 1900,
Jamef, beloved husband of Mary O'Malley
and father of Patrick, James, Michael, Wil-
lie. Peter. Charlie and Edward O'Malley. a
native of County Mayo, Ireland, aged 40 years
SCHUTTE— In this city, January 19, 1900, Mar-
garet 1., dearly beloved wife of John A.
Schutte, mother of Frank and Leo Schutte
daughter of Peter and Margaret Jennings,
and sister of Mary and James Jennlnsrs, a
native of San Francisco, aced 28 years 4
months and 1 day.
to~? Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral this day
(Sunday), at. 10 o'clock, from her late resi-
dence. 61 Merritt street, between Seventeenth
and Eighteenth. Danvers and Hattle. thence
to Mission Dolores Church, where a solemn
requiem mass will be celebrated for the re-
pose of her soul, commencing at 10:30 o'clock.
Interment Holy Cross Cemetery
SCHUTTEN— In this city, January 20. 1900
Jacob, beloved husband of Rebecca Schutten'
father of Henry, Em! lie and Helen Schutten'
and brother of Peter Schutten and Mrs. AVII-
liam Hahn. a native of Provlnz Rheln Ger-
many, aged 34 years 6 months and 14 days
A member of the Deutscher Kriecer Vereln'
Ernst yon Bandel Lodge No. 3. O d H 8 '
and Far West Lodge No. 2324. K. of H ' '
ETFrlends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Monday), at 1 o'clock, from his late resi-
dence. 1834 Lyon street, corner of Sacramento
THE SAX FRANCISCO CALL, SUNDAY, JANUARY 21, 1900.
¦OVTITKRTV PAtTiriC COSirAXT.
Train* l*i»»«* kdil nre Une (• nrrlv* al
(Main Lice, Foe: of liarLct Street.)
$75 CASH: $10 monthly: cottage of 3 rooms;
good well of water: 3 fine lots all fenced;
near 3 electric car lines: fine schoolhouse and
PO-foot boulevard: poll, view and climate the
very best; no fogs nor cold winds; AHendal*
Tract, adjoining Kast Oakland; price all
told $6.-,0; 'all or send for circular, 455 Sev-
enth Ft., Oakland. H. '/.. JONES, owner.
FOR sale or rent— Beautiful 10-room house;
large grounds: fruit trees; chicken houses.
€74 East Twenty-sixth st.. Oakland.
THE first-class, old-established business; good
reasons for selling: rare chance. E. E.
RI'NTK. SW Broadway. Oakland.
OAKLAND M'RMTt'RB FOIt SALE.
AX Introduction to you from H. Schellhaas. the
fuflture dealer. 11th snd Franklin. Oakland.
ASSESSMENT notice— Wittram Propel ler Com -
pany, office and principal place of business
227 Market st.. San Francisco. *
Notice Is hereby given that at a meeting of
the Bo.'.rd of Directors, held on the 18th day
cf December. 1899, an assessment (No. 7) of
one (1) cent per share was levied upon the
capital etock of the corporation, payable Im-
mediately In United States gold coin to the
secretary at the office of the company at the
Any stock upon which this assessment shall
remain unpaid on the 22nd day of January
1900, will be delinquent and advertised for sale
at public auction, and unless payment Is
made before, will be sold on the 12th day of
February. :s>(o. to pay the delinquent assess-
ment, together with costs of advertising and
expenses of eale. By order of the Board of Di-
rectors. CHARLES A. HUG. Secretary,
327 Market St.
Marriage licenses have been Issued as follows:
Edward J. Reynolds. 39, city, and Marls C.
Woods, 25, city.
John R. Scott, 27, 4 Elizabeth place, and
Jennet I. Youmr, IS. 6 Elizabeth place.
Irven Shipley. 21, 60W4 Minna street, and
Margaret Paulsen. 21, £09% Minna street.
William R. Rowland, 24, 1510 Powell street,
and Annie I> Fevre, 18. 1413 Powell street.
Richard A. Kappen, 25, city, and Emma M.
Grunwald, 22. city.
Joseph E. McGlnty, 24, Nogales, Arts., and
Eliza A. Tillson. 22, city.
L*o Slml, 21, 611 Lombard street, and May
Badaracco. IS, S2O Vallejo etreet.
Mons Nllsen. 23. llaVi Eleventh street, and
Sine C. Dahl, 19. 62 Erie street.
Huso Waldeck. 4L city, and Leonle E.
Hlrgchfeld. 2S. city.
Charles A. Thompson. 26. 107 South Park, and
Rope E. Lawless. 23, 107 South Park.
Joseph P. Linden, 29, Vallejo, and Mary A.
Toner, US, city.
Aupus-t E. Knust, 33. 845 Shrader street, and
Jennie Johnson, 19. Kelseyvllle.
Coivtinued from Page Thirty-One.
PlSAGUA— Arrived Dec t— Bktn Araro, from
Sailed Jan 19 — Bktn Arago, for Honolulu.
ANTWERP— Arrived Jan 12— Br ship Hydera
bad,, hence Au£ 19.
COLON— Arrived Jan 17— Br stmr Athos. from
Sallfd Jan 17— Stmr Finance, for New York.
HONGKONG— Arrived prior to Jan 20— Br
stmr Breconshire. from Tacoma; Br stmr Car
lisle City, from San Diego.
YOKOHAMA— Arrived prior to Jan 20— Jap
stmr Idzum! Maru. from Seattle; Br fctmr Bel
gian Kins, from San Diego.
MELBOURNE— Arrived Jan 19— Bark Bl*
Bonanza, from Port Gamble.
ANTWERP— SaiIed Jan 20— Stmr Western
land, for New York.
CHERBOURG— SaiIed Jan 20— Stmr St Loula,
from Southampton, for New York.
BREMEN— SaiIed Jan 20— Stmr Dresden, for
NEW YORK— Arrived Jan 20— Stmr Ovto.
from Liverpool; stmr Gera, from Bremen.
Sailed Jan 20— Stmr Pennsylvania, for Ham
burg, via Plymouth.
NEW YORK— Arrived Jan 21— Stmr Cam
pania, from Liverpool and Queenstown; stmr
New York, from Southampton and Cherbourg;
stmr HesDeria. from Marseilles.
Sailed Jan 20— Stmr Ems, for Genoa, etc.
BIRTHS— MARRIAGES— DEATHS.
Birth, marriage and death notices sent by
mail will rot be Inserted. They must be handed
In at either of the oublicatlon offices and be
indorsed with the name and residence of per-
sons authorized to have the came published.
APPIN— In this city, at the Potrero, January
13. 1900, to the wife of James Aspln, a daugh-
UIXMAN— In Oakland, January 15. 1300, to the
wife of Henry L. Hlnman, a son.
BOritKE— In this city, January 13, 1300, to the
wife of J. J. Bourke, a daughter.
BOYD— In thia cjty, January S. 1900, to the wife
of John A. Boyd, a daughter.
DEMPSEY— In this city, January 13, 1900. to
the wife of M. J. Demusey, a son.
EDGAR— In this city. December 25. 1899. to the
wife of John Edsrar of Llvermore, a son.
GUNNING— In this city. December 23, 1599, to
the wife of M. S. Gunning, a daughter.
LAI'.KEY— In Krultvale. Cal.. January 10. 1300,
to the wife of J. J. Larkey, a eon.
LEWIS— In this city, January 7, 1900, to the
wife of Herman Lewis, a daughter.
McKENNA— In thin city, January 20, 1900, to
the wife of J. V. McKenna, a daughter.
NOXNENMANN— ta thin city, January 7, 1900,
to the wife of Henry Nonnenmann, a daugh-
O'KOURKE— In this city. January 19, 1900, to
the wife of Hugh O'Rourke, a daughter.
SCHUMANN— In this city. January 9, 1900, to
the wife cf Adolph A. Schumann, a son.
ETOLTZ— In this city. January 17, 1900, to the
wife of Cliarles M. Stoltz, a daughter.
SULLIVAN— In Vallrjo, January 18, 1900, to the
wife of Jere L. Sullivan, a son.
WOODS— In Oakland. January 16. 1900. to the
wife of J. H. Woods, a son.
BAY AND BIVEB STEAMEBS.
HON.. Tues.. Wed., Thurs. and Sat. at 9:45
a. m.; 3:15, 8:30 p. m. (ex. Thurs. night); Fri-
days, 1 p. m. and 8:30; Sundays. 10:30 a. m.. «
p. m. Landing and office. Mission-street Dock,
Pier No. 2. Telephone Main UCS.
TOYO KISEN KAISHA.
STEAMERS WILL LEAVE WHARF. COR-
ner of First and Brannan streets, 1 p. m..
for YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG, calling at
Kobe (Hiogo). Nagasaki and Shanghai, and
connecting at Hongkone with steamers fcr
India, etc. No cargo received on board on day
NIPPON MARIT Friday, Feb. !)
AMERICA MARU Wednesday. March 7
HONGKONG MARU Saturday, March 31
Round-trip tickets at reduced rates. For
freight and passage apply at company's offi:«.
421 Market st.. corner First.
W. 11. AVERY, General Agent.
©HfMft MB|| 8. S. Moana sails via
i 3 (P&IaSU. Honolulu and Auclt-
•tWMW ] an( i lor Sydney Wed-
m"^—^L nesday. Jan. 24. at 8
r^MfnSlllD^ TTh 0, h0 s - 8 ' Australia
eaI1 " for Honolulu
(OfilD3fZW- Wednesday. Feb. J.
•*^- V-niiS'uiicr 1500. at J o. ra.
Favorite Line Round the World, via Hawaii.
Samoa, New Zealand. Australia. India, Suez,
England, etc.: $610 first class.
I. 0. SPRECKELS 81 BROS. CO.. Agts.. 114 Mentgomen
Pier 7. Foot Pacific St Freight Office. 327 Market S t
HEW YORK. 80UTHAXPT0N. LONDON. PAXII
Stopping at Cherbourg, westbound.
From New York every Wednesday, 10 a. m.
New York Jan. 24 New York Feb. 14
St Louis Jan. 31 St. Louis. ......Feb. 21
St. Paul Feb. 7 Friesland Feb. 28
RED STAR LINE.
New Yorl< aod Antwerp.
From New York every Wednesday, 13 noon.
Fiiesland Jan. 24 I Kensington ....Feb. 14
Southwark Jan. 31 I Noordland Feb. 21
Westernland....Feb. 7 f Friesland Feb. 23
Seattle. St. AMcrjacl. Dawson City.
For full information regarding? freight and
passage apply to
INTERNATIONAL NAVIGATION COiTPANY.
SO Montgomery st.. or any of Its agencies.
Leave - ArrW»
San Francisco. In Effect San Francisco.
-— October 15.
Week Sun- 1539. Sun- Week
Days. days. Destination days. Days.
7:30 am S:CO int Novato. 15:40 am 8:40 am
t:3opm 9:30 cml Petaluma. 6:05 pmil9:!s ar.x
6:10 pm fi:00 pm Santa Rosa. 7:25 pra j «:22 pra
1:50 am Windsor. 10:25 ana
1:39 pm S:00 am Cloverdals. 7:35 pm «:2J pn»
7:30 am Hopland and
*:00 am Uklah. 7:35 pm <:22 pm
7:30 am io : 25 aai
8:00 am Guernrvin«. 7:23 pta
*:39 pm g : »2 p=l
7:30 am 8:C0 am Sonoma 19:40 am 840 a-i
1:10 pm 5:00 pm Glen Ellen. «:05 pm 1:23 pra
7:Ji> am 8:00 am Sebastopol. 10:40 amllO-25 am
8:20 pm! S:CO pm 7:35 pmj «:22 ym
Stages connect at Banta Rosa for ilark West
Springs and White Sulphur Springs; at Lyttcn
for Lytton Springs; at Geyservtlle for Skacni
Springs; at Clcverdale for the Geysers; at H*u-
land for Duncan Springs. Highland SDrtnrV
Kelseyvllle. Carlsbad Springs. Soda Bay Lak£
port and Bartlett Springs; at Uklah for Vie 1 -*
Springs. Saratoga Springs. Blue Lakes. La-are'
Dell Lake. Witter Springs. Upp«r Lake. Porno
Potter Valley. John Day's. Riverside LierieyV
Bucknell's. Sanhedrln Heights. Hulrvllle Orr'i
Hot Springs. Mendocino City. Fort fera*-
Westport. Usal. Wtllltts. Laytemvlllo, CurZ'-
m'ng's. Bell's Sprjngs. Harris. Ols-a'a. Dre-
Ecctia and Eureka. wk.
Saturday to Monday round tr!p tlcketa at r-»
On Sunday ronnd trio tickets to a!l polnta
beyond San Rafael at half rates "*
HTH T C ke WH f IT^G! s<> 'k^RY^^
General Manager. G«a. Pass. Axent.
California I imited
COAST DIVISION iN.irrnrr Gauge).
(Foot of ll.irket StreeS.)
COMPAONIE GENERALS TRANSATLAHTIQOE.
DIRECT LINE TO HAVRE-PARIS.
Ealllns every Thursday Instead of
Saturday, from November 2; 1599. at «*f*!»
10 a. m.. from Pier 42. North River, foot of
Morton st: LA GASCOGNE. Jan. 25: La NOR-
MANDIE. Feb. 1; Le BRETAGNE. Feb. 8:
L.AQUITAINE. Feb. 15. First-class to Havre.
$60 and upward: S per cent reduction on round
trip. Second class to Havre, $43: S per cent re-
duction on round trip. GENERAL AGENCY
FOR UNITED STATES AND CANADA, 32
Broadway (Hudson bulldlne). New York. J.
F. FUGAZI & CO.. Pacific Coast Agents, 5
MontEomery aye., San Francisco.
Santa Fe Route
This Is the quickest running and most
luxurious train across the continent.
Connecting Thai* Leaves Saw Francjscoj
3 P.n. Monday, Wednesday. Friday and
ssturday. arriving; in Chicago at 2- 15
P.n in time to connect with all limited
trains lor New York. »-««u
OVERLAND Leaves San Francisco at 5-H
EXPRESS E™V Wl "l PaU « and Tounil
DAILY S°^S? t7 ' SUo^
aad Bakersfield. Blare ROAD
SEE YOU IN San Francisco office 61
TRISCO SOON Market Street, Phone Ma!
THE 0. R. & N. CO.
DISPATCH FAST STEAMERS TO
F O IR, T 3Li A.3STID
From Sp»ar-street Wharf at 10 a. m.
CADC Sl2 First Class Including Berth
IntiL $8 Second Class and Meals.
COLUMBIA sails Jan. 23; Feb. 2. 12
STATE OF CALIFORNIA sails
Jan. 22; Feb. 7. 17
Short Line to Walla Walla, Spokane. Butte,
Helena and all points In the Northwest.
Through tickets to all points East.
E. C. WARD. General Ajent.
639 Market street.
GOOD ALL, PERKINS & CO..
Coast Steamship Co.
)^ Steamers leavs Broadway
Fj*_^ nharf, San Francisco:
EsSgSgtefc Kor Alaskan ports, 10 a. m.,
*»^3raßSfc Jan. 21, 26. 31. Feb. 5. Change
J»?VvE*<flv£« to ccrn P an > r ' B steamers at
a**r*r^VCT» Fcr Victoria. Vancouver.
pH^gH fB. C). Port Townsend.
Seattle, Tacoma, Everett.
Anacortes and New What-
com (Wash.), 10 a. m.. Jan.
a M 31 Frt>. 5 and every fifth day thereafter;
Change at Seattle to this company's "earners
for AlLka and G. N. Ry.: at Tacoma to N. P.
Pr • at Vancouver to C. P. Ry.
For Fureka (Humboldt Bay). J p. m.. Jan.
19-1 a?S 3 and every fifth day thereafter.
r.:.' Cruz. Monterey. Pan Simeon. Cay-
uc^S. Port Harford (San Luis Oblspo). Gavlota.
P«nta Barbara. Ventura. Hueneme. San Pedro
'^SafDieiritoTpln* only at Port Harford
(San Luis Oblspo). Santa Bartsara, Port Los
ArTselPS and Redondo (Lc. Angeles) 11 a. m..
Jan. 21. 25. 23. Feb. 2. and every fourth day
tl Fo*r a Ens*enada. Magdalena Bay. San Jos» del
Cabo. Maratlan. Altata, La Pa*. Santa Rosalia
and Guaymaa (Mex.). 10 a. m.. 7th of each
m For h " further Information obtain company's
The * company reserves the. right to ehang-?
eteamers. Failing dates and houra of sailing
without previous notice.
TJCKKi' OKFIVK-4 New Montgomery
Btreet (Palace Hotel).
GOODALL. PERKINS A CO.. Gen Agts..
10 Market St.. San Francisco.
COAST HI VISION (Croaii Gauge).
(Third and Townsend Sts.)
Mark Twain's Retort.
Last year, in Vienna, S. L.. Clemens
(Mark Twain) pat talking with a Scotch
barrister named Guthrle.
"Do you ever smoke?" asked .Mr.
Clemens of Mr. Guthrle.
"Yes. Mr. Clemens," replied Mr. Guth
ri*». "when I am in bad company."
"You are a lawyer,- aren"t you, Mr.
Guthrie? 1 '
"Yes. I am."
"Ah." said Mr. Clemens, "you must be
a heavy smoker." — Philadelphia Post.
more were raised the price would go down
again, and there would be no profit in
raisin? them for the general demand in
competition with the more economically
produced, more prolific and better ship
ping yellow bananas. The red banana ap
pears to be now In Its scarcity like some
other kind of comparatively rare fruit?,
or, say, like game. Some people prefer
the flavor of the red banana, some prefer
that of the yellow; it Is probable that th*
great majority would have no choice; and
the far lower price at which the yellow
banana can be offered to the individual
consumer settres the question.
Bananas were never before so cheap as
they have been in very recent years.
Formerly a luxury that was rather costly
than otherwise, the banana is now a chyap
luxury. Very good bananas can now be
bought commonly in the streets in the
season at a cent apiece, or 10 cents a
dozen, such as formerly cost two or three
times as much. Formerly bananas were
brought to this country in sailing, vessels,
in slick, fast schooners, which with any
sort of favoring conditions made quick
trips: with adverse' weather, if long con
tinued, the cargoes rotted. Now bananas
are brought by steam, in fast steamers
built especially for the fruit trade. These
steamers may. of course, be held up by
storms, but they are not likely to be;
commonly they land cargoes here in a
specified time, and in the best and most
suitable condition for handling and mar
keting to the best advantage and with
the least possible waste, and with ad
vantage as to evenness of supply. The
great bulk of the banana trade in this
country Is now controlled by a company
which banana Importers have organized.
The bananas eaten in this country come
from Costa Rica. British and Spanich
Honduras, Colombia. Jamaica and Cuba;
that is. from countries around the south
ern part of the Gulf of Mexico and around
the Caribbean Sea, The bulk of the fruit
from the gulf countries goes to New Or
leans for distribution, that from the other
countries coming to Atlantic ports. For
many years bananas have had a more or
less wide distribution from the ports of
receipt, but they were never before co
widely distributed nor sold so cheaply at
interior points as now. Bananas are now
sold, not as rarities, but more or less com
monly, in all parts of the country; prac
tically everywhere— the eastern part of
the country being supplied from Atlantic
ports, and the Mississippi Valley and the
western part from New Orleans. Costa
Rica bananas are now shipped from New
Orleans over pretty much all the West
ern country to the Pacific Coast.— New
lsats — From December IX 1339. — >**rr»
•7:OOa Benlda. EutonD, Ehnlr*. VacaTlH*,
Kmcscyacil Sacnrnento .' Trta*
•7i«« l Shasta Espreas-Di'ia. WiUowa.
Bed Bluff. Fcrtlard.. .......... «7»4a»
•7:3»a Martinez. «anUamcn.\ allejo, JJapa,
CalistPßa and Santa T05a. ........ 'aiia*
•9:30* Thr Overland LI -ni ted— Ogden, Den-
»er. Omaha. Chirac. ............. »3«13»
•SiSSa Sail Jose. LlTcrmore. Stockton,
l..ne. Kacrameuto. Pfceerrilla.
MarysiKle. Cbico. Ue.l IJInO 2^'!!'
•StSVA •Milton. Oakdalo and 50nera....... •¦* tl*r
•0:OO» Hajirartls. » ilra and V. ay Stations. •11 :-43*
•«:OOaDit->. Woodland. KnishU Landing.
•9:09 a Atlactio I' x press— Oguen and Eos* # 0:43 a
•8i«Oa Martiuca, Tncy. Lathrop. Stockton.
Meicd and Froano •! 2» 1 3 »
•»iO«a PortCosU. litesao. HojaTO and I.os
AuKel* I*.1 *. • •8j4.1p
• I OiOO a Vallrjo. Martinez and Way Stations *<J : i'2 F
•HtOOAllaywar<33.Nilcsar-d Way Stat.cns. # ai*3»
•13tOOx Nilcs. LlTermorf?, Stockton. Sacra-
mento. Mcntiota, Ilanford, Viaalim,
f I:IOp B»cramonto l.'i»er 3te.«m«TS !, : 5? F
•StOOp Harvard*. Nilcs and Way Stations. •»»«»
¦4<O«r Martinez. Hau lUmon. Vallejo,
Napa. Calbtoßit. Santa Kosa I »" 3 »
Mil«f Benicia. VacaTille, Kacram«nto,
Woodland. X nights Landtag.
Marjs*Ul:\ Oro»il> 'tsl2*t s 12*
•4iB*r Nlles. Han Jose and Stockton «7i13»
•SiOOrTbo Onl Limited— Tracy. Fresno.
IlaJeervjel.l, Baucis for Santa Bar-
bara. I.r» Angela •H»»43i
#3:0«f Sncsct Limited— El I'sao. New Or*
leans and Eart •I«t43*
•3iSOp Stockton, Mercc.l, Tresuo "ISsUf
•3130r Fksho, l:akei3i, <•:¦], Santu rHr»>sr-«.
I.oa Angles, Iteming. El Foao,
New Orlonus and East ? . . •••¦••1a
*3i80? BautA Fu ltoute— Atlaulla Expieta
for Mojaf a ami lias!; ••|43»
•6j*Of Haywardj, KilesandSau J0*5...... *7:1.1*
40i30r Vallejo •13i13r
•Oi3«>r Oriental Mall— Offiien and Eart ••:••»©?
ITiOOr Vallr jo. Tort CoaU and Way Sta-
•St*3r Oregon and California Kxpreu.Nao-
Fitment. >. ?.lurjsw;>. ICe<t<l<ng.
PortlntKl. Pncff. HmiiMt and Kant *»tl*A,
Boulder Creek.Santa Cruz and Way
ttilSr Newark. Center»tlle, Kan Josa, New
Alznaden, Feltoo, lioulder Crrek,
Santa ( ruz and l*itnclpal Way
Stations t «•»»»»»
•411! Hr4 1 1! Hr Newark. Han Jose. Los Gatos. *5:2&4
IlltlSr Hnntcrs' Excursion. San Joso aad
m- Wny Stations J7i»t>»
CREEK ROUTE FERRY.
frtß US miRCISCO—Fott of Marktt Streat (Sli? «j—
•7:l* 9:00 11:00 A.M. |I:C3 *2:Ca t3:C3
•i:CO t3:C3 •6:C3r.u.
rrisOUUM— Tt*l*nt»*Utj.— "B:oo SO3 13C3».u.
tI2:C3 # 1:CO t3:50 '3:33 11:03 «B:C3f.M.
tail t»i Ocean View. South ban Francisco.. t<J>SOr
-•7iO«* San Joso a»4 AV»y Stations (N»w
T Almaden Wednesdays oulj) •li«0L»
'•BrO« A Han Jom. Tres Vinoa, Haiita Cma.
* PaciQo Groie. I'asn llobles. Ban
/• Luis Oliiaro, Surf. Lompoo aud
l'rincirtl Way Stutious Mil»r
•I Clio* Ban Jobs rd.l Way MUtlous ..V **>33a
• lli.io* Ban Jose aod Way Stations •3t3Or
i 43: 13r San Mateo. Uedwoori. Meolo Park.
' Palo Alto. Santa Ciara, Han Josa,
, Tres Pinos. Baut» Cniz. S&Unaa,
Monterey and l'»dfla GroTS flOiM*
riliXftr San .lose and Way Stations •?:3<)r
l fli!3r San Josetnd Principal Way Stations •»:«*
iSsOOp San Jose and Principal CTI7 Stations tOtOO a
*3:30p San Joso and Principal Way Buttons •*:.T3*
•8::»Op San Jose and WayBtations ?*:©<»»
HlM.'.r San Joao and Way Stations •Ti^Or
A for Morning. P fox Afternoon.
* Daily. t Sunday erected. X Sunday osly.
6 Saturday on!y.
AjQuidan and Fridays c Thursdays and Sudan.
CALIFOINU NORTBVESTEXN 11. COL
SAN FRANCISCO AND NORTH PACiFiS
Tlbaron F=rry. Foot of .Marks t St.
SAN FRANCISCO TO SAN RAFAEL.
WEEK DAYS— 7:3O. 9:C<\ 11: CO a. m. : 12:33.
3:30. 5:10, 6:SO p. m. Thursdays— Extra trip
at 11:10 p. m. Saturdays— Extra trips at 1:53
and li:W5 p. m.
SUNDAYS-8:C0. 9:JO. ll:«0 a. m.: 1:80. J::0.
6:00. «:20 d. m.
_SAN RAFAEL TO SAN FKANCI3CO.
WEEK DAYS— 4:IO. 7:50. 9:20, 11:13 a. m. ; 12:43,
3:40, 5:10 p. ra. Saturdays— Extra trips at
1:15 and 6:33 p. m.
BUNDAYS— 8.10. 9:40. 11:10 a. in. ; 1:49. I:4*. S:CS,
6:25 d. m.
Between San Francisco and Schuetzen Par*
same schedule as above.