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800 Alta 03 300 Ophir. 83
500 Best & Belcher 35 200 Ophir - ; 87 400 Best & Belcher 36 300 Ophir 88 200 Chollar ..24 200 Potosi 22 600 Chollar 23 500 Savage 83 200 C C &Va....l 27H 200 Sierra Nevada. 33 800 Gould & Curry 8X 200 Sliver Hill .... 34 400 Gould &. Curry 81 500 Union Con-.... 27 S00 Mexican 43 C00 Yellow Jacket.. 20 50 Mexican ....... 44 Afternoon Session. 600 Beat & Belcher 37 300 Mexican 44 200 Caledonia 42 400 Ophir 94 200 Chollar 24 400 Ophir 89 200 C C & Va....l 32W 200 Ophir 88 4W C C & Va:...l 27',4 7C0 Savage 33 500 Crown Point... !,¦> 200 Sierra Nevada. J6 200 Gould & Curry 83 490 Sierra Nevada. 35 200 Gould & Curry SO 200 Silver Hill .... 36 300 Hale &,Norcrs 41 2"0 Union Con .... 31 500 Mexican ....... 50 200 Union Con .... SO 400 Mexican 47 300 Union Con .... 2S 200 Mexican 48 600 Yellow Jacket.. 22 600 Mexican ....... 45 Mornins Session. Following were the sales in the Pacific Stock Exchange yesterday: 200 Belcher 18 1 600 Mexican ....... 43 600 Best & Belcher 351 400 Ophir ,,.. 87 100 Choi lar 23 300 Overman 10 50 Con Cal & Va.l 30 200 Potosl 22 100 Gould &. Curry 80 100 Savage 33 200 Gould & Curry 81 100 Silver H1U .... 34 200 Gould & Curry 82 100 Union Con .... 28 Afternoon Session. 800 B«st & Belcher 3S 8>Y> Ophir 100 300 Best & Belcher 37 300 Ophir 89 500 Con Cul & Va.l 30 200 Savage So I0O Crown Point... 15 100 Sierra Nevada. 38 400 Gould & Curry 80 650 Union Con .... 30 700 Mexican 45 Mornins Session. Following were the sales in the San Francisco Stock and Exchange Board yesterday: MINING STOCKS. 100 Yukon 58 60 Yukon 56 Street— 100 Yukon 58 150 San Joaquln Oil and Dev 9 25 600 Independence IS 100 West Shore J 75 City and County of San Francieeo to John F. Kennedy, lot on SE corner of Pine and Goush «reeti? S 33:6. E 27, N 3:6, B 27:1%. S 90. E 69:Ui, N 120. VT 123:S; . Thomas H. and Sarah D. O'Connor to John March!, lot on S line of Filbert street. 100 E of Webster. E 37:6 by S 125: 110. August I>. and Christine B. Roth to Julius Senary lot en W line of Buchanan street. 60 S of O''Farrell, S 25 by W 100; $10. Excelsior Loan Association to John Baader, lot on W line of Broderlck street, 100 N of Grcve, X 25 by \Y 100; J3950. Sarah A. Morris to T. B. Draper, lot on B line of Tremont avenue, 546 S of Frederick, b 100 by E 80; ?10. Eleanor W. and Frederick L». Stineon to Mar garet Brodericlc, lot on N line of Clay street, 107:6 "W" of Manle, W 80, N to Presidio View Homestead, 8E to a point. 8 to point of be ginning; $1000. William H. Bryan and Alicia H. Wood (Brjan) (executors estate Thomas Bryan) to Thomas P. and Matthew J. Kusslck, lot on N\V line of Folsom street, 25 S\V of Tenth, SW 77:6. NW 100, NE 102:6. SE 25. SW 25. SE 75; ?15.000. Elizabeth S. Lynch to Frances A. Banning-, lot on W line of Castro street, 137:6 N of Twentieth. AV 250 by N 27:6; $10. Cecelia A. Young (single) to George T. John son, lot on E line of Chattanooca street. 65 X of Twenty-third, N 25 by E 117:6; »10. Marcus O. and Annie Johnson to same, same, quitclaim deed; HO. George T. Johnson to Robert and Lotti* B. Withers, tame; 110. Eznil G. and Mary A. Klure to R. R. Imj>ey, lot on E line of Church street. 7*:6 N of Twen ty-third, N 24:10 by E 70; tlO. William Slnon to Benjamin Healey, lot on E line of Hyde street, 87:6 S of Union, being SE corner of Hyde street and Vernon place, S 50 by E 112:6, quitclaim deed; $10. Welle. Farso & Co., Homer 8. and Mittle B. King: to Emma F. Berry (wife of O. S.), lot on AV line of Sixth avenue, 120 S of California Btreet. 6 20 by AV 120; $10. Albion P. and KatherlnQ Drew to Edward H. Algreltlnger, lot on E lino of Forty-fourth avenue. 100 S of L street. S 23 by E 120; $10. Olive Verkouteren to Marie Fedde, lots 22, 25 to 27. block 625, Haley purchase AV of and adjoining Hudson Tract CO chains; $10. Mary McClellan (Mahoney) and John Mc- Clellan to Joseph Eberhardt, lot on SE line of London street. 175 NE of Brazil, KB 60 by BE 100, lot 3, block 13, Excelsl-^r Homestead' $400. Thomas McCarthy to Catherine Williams (wife of William AV.), lot 3, block 103. Uni versity Homestead; $100. Amelia L. Lezynsky to Oliva Verkouteren lot on S line of Henry street. 55 W of AV11 llams, AV 26 by 8 100, lot 7, block 29, Railroad Avenue Homestead; $10. Olive Verkouteren to John Bauman, lot on SAV corner of Felton (Henry) and Somerset (Williams) streets. W 81 by k 100? lotT 7 S 9. block 29. Railroad Avenue Homestead; $10 Edward A. and Annie C. Ba«ot to Irving C. XW to lot 82. XE to banning' lot 82 and N portion lot W. Preclta Valley, reserving por tion sold to city and county of San Fra^cl^; Alnmeda County. Georsre E. Starr (as executor estate of Eliza beth J. Starr) to Paul Jones, all Interest in lot on B corner of East Ninth street and Fif h fJnTI'm^? M by SE lV> - block 9 - C1In "£ Oak- Thomas and Elizabeth Qilsenan to Nicholas BeSy-Vo! 1 ' bl ° Ck C> CrySUl 8 »*"«" The Protestant Episcopal Church in the dio cese of California, and the Trotestant Eniscn pal Mission of St. Matthew In Lorin to Anna Grimmelman (wife of F.) Sophie Schmidt (wife of John G.), and Anna E. Simon (wife of An ton), lot on S lino of Alcatraz avenue 100 AV of Calais street, AV 60. S 12S.M E 50 N 12S79 ley^ e $1oo nlnr ' bl0Ck A ' Pajadl8e Paf V Berkel Mountain View Cemetery Association to Kmma Rust, lot 42 in plat 88, Mountain View Cemetery. Oakland Township; $31. Alexander, Robert, May and Leila Hamilton to Mary A. Hamilton (widow), al intern °" lot^W and adjoinln* half of lot 20 of p^at zC x**^ « Hamilton (widow) to Alexander, Robert, May and Leila Hamilton, all Interest In same; $1. Jacob Kobetlsh to Martha M. Oox lot on E line of West street, E4.T5 N of Thirty-teventh tVS^&k 1 $ss b - lill John AV. and Fannie M. Butler to California Guarantee Investment Company, lot on E lino of Poplar street. 200 8 of Thirtieth, E 115 by B 37:6, being the N 37:6 feet of lot 4, block 663 on Map of Peralta Homestead. Oakland- $10 ' Sylvia A. Hart to Beatrice Graham lot 14 Township - M *10 ° f thB Warner Tract - BrooklyA H \, E i-^ nd .^ at . hertn *,F arwood t0 Henrietta M. McKee, lot 6. on Map of Peralta-avenuo Tract, Brooklyn Townphlp; $20. Oakland Bank of 'Savings to H. G. Rocker lot on W line of Linden street, 61 s'of Eigh teenth, S 75 by W 122, block 5S6, as per Board man's Map, Oakland: $3171. Milton Van H. and Mary A. Cooley to Sin Francisco Pavings Union. 5E6 d. 77 lot on S corner of East Eleventh street ana Tenth ave nue, SE 100 by SW 150. block 18. Clinton, deed In surrender. East Oakland; grant. Marie, George. Louise, Elmlre, Norma Euge nie and Alice Hlllerass to William F Hille gass. re-record 3S2 d. 165. 1.54 acres, beginning at a point on S line of lands of State Univer sity, distant SW 332 from AV Una of College street, thence SE 243 to center of Sylvan way thence W,- ¦ curving to the left, with 866 fee* radius, 141.80, thence on a tangrent SAV 1S9 50* NW 230, NE to beginning, being portion of plat 71, Ro. A r . and D. Peralta, Berkeley; $5. San Francisco Savings Union to The Protest and Episcopal Church In the Diocese of Cali fornia, lot 3. block 11, on Amended Map Central Park, Alcatraz and Newbury stations Berke ley; $10. J. E. Nutting to Harriet B. Nutting, lot on E line of Sherman street, 274 N of Berkeley way. N 60 by E 134.66, lot 22, Twitchell Tract. Berkeley: *lft. • Hans C. Pagh to Paul J, and Martha E. Pagh. lot on N line of Addison street, 140 W from center line of Sherman street, W 40 by N 133, portion Hardy Tract, Berkeley,. qult-lalm deed; $5. ¦ J. C. and Mary B. McMulIen to Elizabeth Oliphant. lots 78 and 80, block 4, map of Grove etreet Line Tract, Berkeley; $10. State Savings Bank to J. C. McMulIen. lot SO, block 4, same, Berkeley: $10. , Alice and W. F. Hlllegass and Eugenie E. and J. Henry Meyer to Marie Hillegass. 1.49 acres on NW corner of Bancroft way and Col lege avenue, W 230, N 268.53. E 252.70, S 269:6 to beginning, portion plat 70, Rancho V. and D. Peralta, Berkeley; $10. Marie, William F., Georsre. . Louise, i Elmlre, Norma and . Alice Hlllegass to Eucenle E. Meyer (wife of J. II.). 1.54 acres on SW corner of College street and lands of State University of California,, thence SE. 827.76 feet to center line of Sylvlan ¦ way, thence W curving to the left with a radius of S66 feet 211.' thence NW. 243, NE 332 to beginning, portion plat 71, Ran cho V. and D, Peralta, Berkeley; JL REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS. Continued from Page Ten. COMMERCIAL NEWS Increase of Wheat Acreage. . SYDNEY, N. S. W., Oct. 19.— The Gov ernment estimates the, area of wheat In New South Wales at 1,910,939 acres, an in crease of 69,560 acres. Of this acreage 1.605.893 is 'intended for threshing, being 179,727 acres in excess of 1899. The total area of the colony in cultivation is 2,525.498 acres. Prefer Doing This to Paying License Imposed for Retaining Them, but Ask Compensation. PAGO- PAGO, Samoa, Oct. 19.— As aresult of an order Issued by the commandant under the "Arms Ordinance" the native Governors have sent in full returns from all arms and ammunitions held by Sa moans and foreigners in the respective districts under their charge. There are over 400 guns of all sorts throughout the station, most of which are on the island of Manua. Most of the natives are turning their guns into the Government rather than pay the license for the privilege of pos sessing the guns. They ask for com pensation for them. Governor B. F. Tilley has been on a trip to the District of Manua and has vis ited all the towns in that district with Tuimanua. the native Governor of the district. Tuimanua is styled by the na tives King of Manua. This is his old title and the Government has not interfered with it in his relationship with his people. Lord Curzon Estimates That • One- Quarter of the Population of India Was Affected. SIMLA. Oct: 19.— The Viceroy, Lord Curzon of Keddleston, in a speech before the ¦Council to-day said the famine had effected a quarter of the population of India and that even now 2,000,000 people were receiving relief. He expressed the hope, however, that in a month these would return to their homes. His Lordship further said that half a million deaths were traceable to the fam ine and that the loss of the crops involved the loss of fifty million sterling, plus some millions for loss of cattle. It -would never be known how many were affected by the calamity among the hill peoples and wandering tribes, while the alms dis tributed were unprecedented. At the end of August 854 lakhs of rupees had been expended and the Government further ex pected to expend 150 lakhs up to March next. Besides this, 233 lakhs of land taxes had been advanced to cultivators, many lakhs of land taxes had been remitted, three and a half crores had been lent to the native states and nearly a million sterling had been contributed by private charity. The Viceroy complimented the relief committees, alluded to many instances of native chivalry and devotion and to Eng lish military and civil servants staying at their posts, and said the common crop was worth 13,000,000 sterling on the ground. NATIVES OF. SAMOA • STTKRENDEIIING ARMS EXTENT OF RELIEF TO FAMINE STJFFEBEBS Three Mysterious Deaths. HONOLULU. Oct. 12.— The attention of the local authorities has been called to three rather peculiar deaths which oc curred at Kailua, Hawaii, on the 9th. Kaeo, a native, and William Burgers and wife were the victims. The trio attended a reception given by Prince David Kawa nanakoa, the Democratic nominee for Congress, on the 5th. They drank freely and continued their libations for four days, after obtainftig some gin from a native dealer. All three expired within a few hours of, each other. ARRIVED. Friday, October 19. Stmr Navarro, Jensen, 10 hours from Bowens Landing. LATE SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. GRAND HOTEL. J N Gregg, Red Bluff E Erhardt, NY O C Flnnle, Ottawa A MacDonald. Keswck A L milon. Sacto A A McCulloch. Cal J T Figueroa, S Quent W H Atkinson, Napa A H Johnson, Cal W Hammer. Cal J S Reardon. Ls Ang L E Doan, Bakersfleld W B Ott, Bakertsfleld W F Parker, La Ang C Rosencrance, Hanfd F B Meyers, Clnn A P Stockwell & w. Aberdeen F Flint, Cal A Shives & w, S Jose E A Shives, S IMego E H Groenendyke, Cal L R Macey, Loa Ang I>r C L Sexton & w. Lob Angeles Dr F M Parker, w & d, Los Angeles L Hawkins & w, Cal H L Wheatley. Manila G A Kellogg. Eureka F Carroll. Manila Lt W M Capp, Manila R Thompson. Cavito Miss McCudden, ValleJ B Ferguson, Chicago M Rlordan, Manila R C Berkeley, Minn H Q Nicholas, N Y E C Sharpe. Cal H Tlndale, Auckland Mrs G Chesterfield, Cal J Hess, Chicago J W Bowen, Los Ang Mr Young; & .w. Cal 8 W Kllpatrlck. Cal W Schaw, Sacto J H Batcher, Sacto M A McCord, Sacto J J Bergln, Los Ang W H Evans, Arbuckla P W Wlsmer & w, Cal R E WIrachlns & y, Los Angeles W E Reavis & w, Cal W H Perry & w, Cal J T Leftnich, Inglewd W H Kelso, Ingle-wood DrWA KellogK & w. Lo« Angeles W H Etanton. Cal T James, Auburn M M Harris, Los Ang J W Clark & w, CaJ L J Marshall. Eureka A C Huston. Woodland Santa Cruz . Mrs R J Elliott & d. J McCudden, Vallejo A M Tinker. Wash Mrs A M Tinker, Wsh R W Smith, N Y E W Churchill, Napa Mrs E W Churchill, Napa L Labonde, Newark J F Jeffrey, N Y W "W Collins Jr. U SN H Laub, Los Ang W 8 Collins. Los Ang C Mercer. U S V Mrs C Mercer. U S V J fle Losada. Paris C Phillips, Chgo W Crozler. U B A M Blum. N Y C K Benjamin. Pa Mies McKlnner, Omaha Miss Livingston, N Y A J Knowleu, Sydney Mrs A J Knowles, Syd ney > PALACE HOTEL. Miss Throckmorton, England G B Holmes. Jr. Cal H Gottschalk. Grenobl R M Cutts, U S N O H Harrison, Mex Mrs O II Harrison. Mexico W J Wiley, P Alto C H Bardwell. Seattle W A Junker. Pel Mont J S Tobln, Cal H L Hasans, Chgo MiFs C E Hasans, Chg F R Green, N Y Mrs F R. Green, N T W Scott, N T R W Goode. Cal C W Tuttle, Colusa J D Griaslum, 8 Joao A C Harmon, Cal Mrs Reynolds, Englnd NEW WESTERN HOTEIj. J J Cram, Keswlck A Reddtnp. Keiwlck C Florin, Boston J C Collins, Quincy Mrs M Johnson. Ill W Purdee, Chicago T Ruasell. Redding %V McDowell, Cal M J Lawrence, Sacto J Lazonl. Stockton E O Slocum, Portland T C Gregory, China M B Short, China H D Hammett, China F J Penfold, Manila T Sherwood. Manila J McCall, China G D Sllva." Sydney K Stowell, If Zealand J L Walton, Sydney P D Kidd, New Zeal J J Clark. New Zeal O E Ranthuff. Alaska A Meyers, Alaska M V Collmon, Alaska F D "Willis. St Paul J Lee, Denver F Balnester, Denver W H Orend, D C I> Darling', Satleoy C M Green. Satleoy " E W Dowd, Ventura J C Henderson, Cal B C Cook. Groveland J Perrerdies, Grovelnd HOTEL ARRIVALS. Almost an Equal .Di vision Between Those Favoring Bevision and a Dismissal of the Whole Subject. PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 19.— The vote of the presbyteries on the question of the revision of the confession of faith, as thus far reported, is as follows: For revision only, 30; declaratory state ment. 20; supplemental creed, 10; substi tute creed, 5; dismissal of the whole sub ject, 33. There are 232 presbyteries, including twenty-one in foreign lands, most of which will not vote in time for the report of the committee, and there are eight or ten presbyteries which have only one meeting in the year, in the spring. The report will be made by a committee to the General Assembly which meets in this city next May, with recommendations The votes of two-thirds of the presby teries will be necessary for the assembly to eend down any overtures on the sub ject. The presbyteries voting for revision de sire as a rule modification of certain ex pressions, such as "elect infants dying in Infancy," which they ask to have changed so as to read "infants dying in infancy are included in the election of grace." The majority of these presbyteries ask that the revision be along the lines of the reports submitted by the revision com mittee of 1S92. Presbyteries which voted for a declara tory statement desire to have an explana tion of the disputed points in the confes sion as adopted in May. 1879, by the United Presbyterian Cnurch of Scotland, which, in connection with the question of the salvation of infants, has adopted the following: "In accepting the standards It Is not re quired to be held that any who die in in fancy are lost." The advocates of a supplemental creed do not desire to do anything with the confession, but simply to add to the con fession a brief statement of Calvinistlc doctrine in simple language. Result of Ballots Received So Far From Presby teries. OPPOSE REVISION 0F CONFESSION Carg-o Shifts and Vessel Is on Beam- Ends for Greater Portion • of Her Trip to Honolulu. * I , HONOLULU, Oct. 12.— The bark Alden Besse, Captain C. Potter, arrived here to day from San Francisco with a general cargo and eight passengers. The vessel left San Francisco Sunday, September 23, and while crossing the bar her decks were swept by three tremendous seas that broke in coops and -washed every mov able article overboard. For the next forty-eight hours the vessel battled with a terrible storm and a north-northwest erly wind. The foresail and fore gallantaail were carried away and the main topsail was split Into ribbons. The cargo shifted and caused the vessel to list to port so badly that she was on her beam ends for nearly all the rest of the trip. Two days did the bark fight for life, and at last the storm cleared and she continued to her destina tion. When within two days' sail of Honolulu a strong southerly wind struck the ves sel and the sea became so rough that the cargo was shifted a second time, but the weight was relieved from the port side and the boat righted herself and came in with only a six-degree list. Battles With Furious Gale for Forty - Eight < Hours. ALDEN BESSE'S STORMY VOYAGE THE SAN FEANCISOO CALL, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1900. 13 OAKLAND REAL ESTATE. OFFICE— 1118 BROADWAY. RAILKOAD TRAVEL. SOUTH KK.I l*.%«:"| FitTToMTAJIT. (PACIFIC MTftTCM.) Train* Icatu nnd i»«e ilur la mrrlv* Ml MAN ntAHi'MVO, <3faln Line. Foot »f Mark'*. Street.) lxatx — From Octosxk 1, 19C0. — akritS *7:«Oa Bfiilci*. Suisao, E'.mlrv YaonUle, t Ramsey »o«t aacmnenta •7i*U» •TiOUa Sbartt Kxprew— LfeTte. Williams (for Bartlett firings), Willows, Red Bluff, Portiaud. *?»i3p •7(30* Martinez. S-m lUmon. Vallejo. Napa, CalUtogaitml .Santa Rom *0il.1r •S:o» * DsTia. Woodland. Knighta Landiaf. Muiaiilla, «>ro»!lle_ •7:IJr •MiOOa Atlantic Kxpresa — Oj leu and East *12:t-1p «A:O»4 Silei, Trier. Lathrop, Stockton *9:I3a ¦»iUttA Hsu Jose, Litvrmorv, Mocktou, lone. S*cr»uiriito, PIacetfill<% M*ryitllU>. Chio». Uml KlulT M:I.1p •«iS«* Oakdalr. Chinue, rtoi.ora. Oar ten... •l:l(r •!>:«!», H«jwai.l». .Niltsand Way swtiuua. *t I :i»*. *»iUUaLos Aogeie* Eivresa — .Martinez, Tricj. L»Uirop. Hiorkton, Merced Fresno iiul Los Angd!es *7il.1r •!li»l» Vail,,],.. Martli.rz ami tV,ty Sutioo* MiUf •1 u:Oi.A Tha U*erU>»t LJmited— Ogdan. Den- »er, Omaluk. Ckics^ • *O:-»-l» •lli««» Jill.-*, UUickton, Kauramento, M«n- dote. Frtsoo, Uauford, VUali*. i'rrtrrtllln # Iil3» •1 1:00 a Lfrermoro. S»c*w. Goshen J auc- tion, EUkerafield. Los Aogdes •i»:OOM Ilaj,,,ir.!». Nil«*a»d Wt; tttaUosu. *3:*.1» tliOOr »acrniueiit»U!t*r Steamers :.. tS:Oi»«. *3i»Or }Ujw«rds, Nllrs and Way MUtlon*. 'Hi Mr *4:!»»r Alaitinez. Han lUmuii. ValUJo, Nhj-h. UalMrNt*. SauU Itosa *ttil9A •4. our Bduiciu, Winters. Ha«ram»ntow WtMHliaiK). KuUbU l.»L.ain«, MarynTilir, Orulills •lo:«1* MiSHrJUles, Han Jose aud Stockton *?il3v •Sj««pTho Owl Llmited-Trwy. Fiesoo. lUkenllelil. M«iigiis fur hauta Bar- bara. Los Angelea. MO:I.1a •»i«Of Stockton ." 'Ui-Ua •»*«» New Orlrmn* Expraaa— Itakarutivltl. Mniitn Itarliara, Los Ac(fles. I)em> fug. El Puo, Ns* Oileaus aud Kast •7:11* •6:AAr HaynarOa, Nile* and San Joss »7ilS4 -tihUfir ValleJ,> •IJillr •UiOOr Oriental Mall— Ogxlen. Cbejenn*. Omaha, Ctildtfo *12M3r •O:«*p Oriental Mall— Ogden. ii;nt«r. Omst>«, Chiewo. Mil.lp •7«00^ NUey*»»cj. Lathrop. Stockton.... »ia«13r •::»«riii<in»ad f t!lt..ml,i Kat.reM.Haa- IKinai.to. M«ry«»il!r. II.. Ill, u . 1-ixtlaiHl. Pugrt Moiu.il ami Rust *S»43» J^i».-ir Vallrj... Fort CcsU and Waj Mta- tlons tU.OOj COAST HI VIMO> (Narroit Uauce). (Kooti.f M..rket!itre«k.> ••>•»» Se»Mk,(>iiitnIIV.Nuii.l,>iw Frlttin Boul.lor Urcek.rJaut a Cmz anil W •» HUtions * ««,at» |til.1p Naa-ark, Ceutertille, 8*n .lose Nbw Aluntileii, K -I ton, ItouMer Cfoek, 3ant« Cruz *u>t l'rluoipal Wt; Stations.. .. \ *i«t(l*% -¦€:l!»r Newark. Han Joee. Ijos Gatos *Si»*a al 1 1 13p Hunters" Exeunloo. San Jcs« and Wsy Stations t7i»O> CREEK ROUTE FERRY. i rrtasin rmscisca— r«; *r a»rkit strt«t (su» i) •7:15 ' 9:00 11:00a.m. tl:Q3 *203 t>:3l *i:C3 13:33 *8:C3r.M. rriaOtlUIO— r»l»r8ruiifa;.— *l:00 8:00 10:00*. h. I12:C3 *1:C3 t2:03 «3:C3 1 4:C3 »3:03r.ii. COAST ItlTISIO.I ;ltr,.»,l (.an,-,. ; (ThlrJ iu f» Towngati.l Stw.) i t^ilOA Ocean View, South Han KraueUcu.. fdid9» *?iOUa San Jon* am) "7ay HUtions (New AlmaJer WailiieMlait only) •lilap '»'»«• Han Joae. Traa Iiuoa. Haut« «r«i», I'ariiic tirnn, 1'aso Itohlra. Han l.uis '>l.i»|..., Mnrf, Ixnupoc aud rrinci|ial Way .Stationt MtlS)p •IO:lo, 8an Juse ami Wsy Ststlous •<ii.IT* *ll:ao« Han .Inieaixl Wa'.SUtluns •5i:iop t'Jil5irria:i Matoo. Itedwoori. Manlo Park. Palo Alto, banta Clara, Han .)¦•«». Tres Plnoa. -Santa dm, Sallnaa. r Monterey and l'acine »Jru»« tlo.:t«ti f:i::iOc Hin.Juir *n,l Way Statiuns *7:.tl>p M:l5p SanJi)sean.irriiicipal WsyHUtlons •»: !».» t3:«»pS*n Jos«. Los Gatos aud Principal Way Station* ?»«•»» •l:ai»r San.lo.ir aii<l Principal Way Stations *A:3.1a •«iJ»r San Joae and Way Stations t*i«»* «lll4»P San Jose4iHl Way Htatiuus *T:3i»» A for MuriiitiK 1'Tw Afternoou. 'Dally. . f Hitnilay azeapted. 1 Suuday only. a HMturday . >ii'.j. CALIFORNIA NOitTflWESTEBN RY. CO. LESSEE SAN FRANCISCO AND NORTH PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY. Tifcuron Ferry, Foot ot Market St. SAX FRAXCISCO TO SAX RAFAEL. WEEK DAYS— 7:30. »:Q0. U:0O a. m. : 12:SS. 3:30. 5:10. 6:30 p. m. Thursdays — Extra trip at 11:30 t>. m. Saturdays— ELxtra trips at 1:50 and 11:30 d. m. SUNDAYS— 3:00. S:30. 11:CO a. m.'. 1:33, J.30, 5:00. «:20 n. m. SAN RAFAEL. TO SAX FRAXCISCO. "WEEK DAYS— «:10. 7:50. 9:20. 11:10 a. m.: 12:45. 3:10, 5:15 p. m. Saturdays — Extra trips at 1:83 ard <:33 d. m. SUXDATS-S:10. 9:40. 11:10 a. ra.: 1:40. J:*0. t:C3. «:25 r. m. Between San Francisco and Schuetzen Partt same schedule as above. Leavo j In Effect. I Arrtra • San Francisco. [Apr. 15. 19C0. } San Francisco. Week J Sun- I 1 Sun- I W«elt Cays. | days. | Destination.! days. 1 Days. 7^ SO am 8:00 sm! JTovato. 10:40 am| •:40 am 8:30 pm 9:30 ami Petaluma. 6:05 pm|10:25 am, 8:10 pm 5:00 pm' Santa t Rosa. 7:S5 pm| «:20 pm Fulton. 7:30 am "Windsor. 10:25 am Healdsburs;. Lytton. Geyservllle. S:SO pm 3:C0 am Cloverdale. 7:35 pm <:S0 pa 7:30 ami I Hopiand I 110:23 am 3:S3 pm| 8:00 am! and Ulciah. | 7:35 pm! «:2O pm 7:20 aca 10:25 am. 8:00 am Gaemevllle. 7:35 pm a:30rm »:20pni 7:30 am 8:00 am Sonoma 9:15 am S :40 am and 5:10 pm 5:00 pm Glen Ellen. 8:05 pm 6:10 pm, 7:30 amj 8:00 ami . .10:40 am!10:25 am. 3:30 pm! 5:00 pm! Sevastopol. | 7:33 pml 8:20 pm Stares connect at Santa Rosa for Mark West Springs and White Sulphur Springs: at Fulton for Altruna: at Lytton for Lytton Springs; at Geyservtlle for Skagis Sorters: at Cloverdale for the Oeysers; at Hopland for Duncan Sprlnr*. Highland Springs. Kelseyvllle. Carls- bad Sprlnsrs, Soda Bay. lAkeport and Bartlett Springs; at Ulciah for Vichy Springs. Saratoga Springs, Blue Lakes, Laurel Dell Lake. Witter Spring-*. Upper Lake. Pomo. Potter Valley. John Day's, Riverside. LJerley*s. Bucknell's. flanhedrln Heights. Hullville. Orr's Hot Springs. Mendocino City. Fort Bragg. West- port. 'Usal. Wlllits. Laytonvllle. Cummins. Bell's Springs. Harris. Olsen's, Dyer. Scotia and Eureka. Saturday to Monday round trio tickets at reduced rates. On Sunday round trip tickets to all points beyond San Rafael at half rates. Ticket offices. 6C0 Market et.. Chronicle bids. H. C. WHITING. R. X. RYAJJ. General Manager*. Gen. Pass. Ajrent. NORTH PACIFIC COAST RAILROAD." Via Sausallto F«rry. Commencing September 30, 1900. FROM SAN FRANCISCO TO MILL VALLET AND SAX RAFAEL. WEEK DAYS— «:55. »9:15. 11:00 a. m.. «1:4S 3:15. 4:00. 5:13. *<:15. 6:40 p. m. EXTRA TRIPS-For Mill Valley and Saa Hafael. on Mondays. Wednesdays and Satur- days at 9:00 and 11:35 p. ra. SUNDAYS— *8:C0. »10:00.. •U:S0 a. m.. 1:1% 1:15. «4:43. 6:30. 9:00 p. m. Trains marked (*) run to San Quentln. FROM SAN RAFAEL TO SAN FRANCISCO. WEEK DAYS-5:25. *S:30. 7:43. 9:30 a. ra,, •12:30. 1:45. »3:3O. 4:30, 5:20 p. m. EXTRA TRIP8 on Mondays. "Wednesdays and Saturdays at 6:45 and 10:20 p. m. SUNDAYS— 6:20. •8:00. »10:C0. # 11:45 a. m.. •1:40, "S:!*, 4:15. *5:30 p. m. Trains marked <•) start from San Quentln. FROM MILL VALLEY TO SAN FRANCISCO. WEEK DAYS— 5:45. «:43. 7:53. 9:30 a. m.. 12:35. 2:V>, S:30. 4:54, 5:20 p. ra. EXTRA TRIPS on Mondays. Wednesdays and Saturdays at 7:10 and 10:20 p. m. SUNDAYS— 8:03. 10:05 a. m.. 12:05. 2:13. 3:33. 6:00. 6:45 p. m. THROUGH TRAINS 6:55 a. m. week days— Cazadero and way sta- tions. 1:45 p. m. Saturdays— Tomales and way sta- tions. 8:(i*> a. m. Sundays — Tomales ami way sta- tions. Santa Fe Trains— Da»y Leave MarkJt-street Ferry Depot. Lve. San Francisco.) »:00 a mj*:l<| P «a| »:W p m Ait. Stockton 1230 p m 7:15 pm 11:06 p ra " Merced 2:42 p m 1:1? » m •• Fresno 4:20 pm »:05 a m - Vlsalla «:00pm «:» » ni " Tulare «:» D m » W a m •• Hanford 5:33 pm 7.0« a ra " Bakersfleld ... »:50 p m 7:10 «. ra " Denver 10:00 a m — — — - Kansas Cltr— 5:15 P m *» Chicago I 7:40 am » a. m. train ls the Overland Express. Corre- sponding train arrives at I p. m. dally. 4-10 p m. ls Stockton Local. Corresponding train arrives 11:05 a. m. daily. 8 00 p. m. Is Fresno and Bakersfleld Express, with Slseplng Cars for both cities. Correspcnd- Ins: train arrives at J a. ra. daily. OFFICES — 641 Market st. and in Ferry Depot. 5-1". Francisco: MH Broadway. Oakland. f Dr. Gibbon's Dispensary, M^Tt^f\ <J -'" »KA«aHf »T. K«aol!sn«l HfMf^*vn In 1S34 torthetriatmentof Private- *?LlA SM Diseases, Lost Man hood Ivbilitror KJfKVQP'A rllHPa.=i«'»*earlneoii bodyand mind and VS»Ki^iA skln £>'***a«e. 'h* doctorcnreswbpii 2>S?5Krf<»»fl others falL Fry him. Charsr«« Iomt. r»«SaSa^J Cur*., taarnnirr •- Callorvrrlt»v or, j. jr. uiamtXt uox 1937, Saa tia3«»-«v STADLES TO LET. EARN 12 eta-'ls to let. with lot 70x100. Apply at 221 Nir.th «t. BORN. HANEBROUGH— In this city, October 19, 1900, to tht wife of O. A. Hansbrough, a son. LEWIS— In this city October 10, 1900, to the wife of Arthur B. Lewis, a son. Birth, marriage and death notices sent by mall will not be Inserted. They must be handed in at either of the publication offices and be indorsed with the name and residence of per- eons authorized to have the same published. E1RTHS— MARRIAGES— DEATHS. WILSON hP.OP.. storage and moving; covered x-ans. Tenth nn<3 Market; phone South 7C2. PACIFIC Ftorat* and Furniture Moving Cora- par.y. 222 j Fillmore «.; phone J;ckson 2S1. ¦ A WEEK'S news for 5 cents. The Weekly Call, 16 page*. In wrari^r. for mailing. $1 per >ear. STORACE AXD WAREHOUSES. F.EK1NS Van ani Storage Co.. 722 MiMiotTstT; tf!. Main JS4C; shipping at cut rates. ALL kinds bought, sold end repairing jruaran- teed. Charles Plambeck. 1V1S Mission, r.r. 15th. BOT.*OHT. enld. rented, repaired; needles and shuttles; reduced rates. US 6th; phone Mint 45. ALL kinds bought, sold, rented, exchanged: re- pairing lowest rates; open even. 205 Fourth, SE\VI>"G MACHINES AND SVPPLIES. John II. Boscus, 29, 1022 Mission street, and Minnie A. Kosta, 83, 1022 Mission street. John A. Alexander, 40, 10 Oak Grove avenue, end Martha Anderson, 33, 394 Frederick street. Isaac E. Johnson. S3, city, and Harriet E. Gulnn, 2?, Nevada City. Lee W. Hawkins, 22. Holllster, and Rose Mc- Carty, IS, Dixon. Edmund Murray, 29, J16 Fremont street, and Bridget Harrington, 21, 313 Folfsom street. Henry A. Burgas, 21, £31 Turk Btreet, and Crace W. Painter, 20, Los Angrles. Peter A. Olsen. 87, 49 South Park, and Ella Stenros. 29. 4S South Park. Joao A. Luis. 26, San Mateo, and Izabel L. I>U>es. 25. San Rafael. Harris Bishop, 27, city, and Meta Spencer, 28, Iowa Hill. The following marriage licenses were Issued 'esterday: o MAEEIAGE LICENSES. SLOT^ MACHINES BOWHT and Mil; new and second-hand; large display: very cheap. ST. Market, room ZTO. GREAT BARGAINS IN TTPE WRITE R&^ We sell better machines for less money than any house In the city; rentals, M. The Typewriter Eichariire. r; 6 California; telephone Main 2W. ALWAYS bargains In typewriters- any mak»~ Write for prices to L. & M. ALEXANDER, 110 Montgomery «t. TYPEWRITERS AND SlJl'PLIES. MARRIED. / CLARK— DBTTNER-In this city. October 17, 1900, by the R«v. I>r. Buckbee. James William Clark and Kittle May Dcttner. FRANZEN— QRUNDEL— In this olty. October IS. 1&00. by the Rev. J. M. Buehler, George J. Franzen and Delnhlne Grundel. SULLrVAN— KEANE— In Ban Lcandro. Octo- ber 8, 1S00. by the Rer. W. G. 0"Mahony Stephen Leslie Sullivan aad Mae Angela Keane. both of San Francisco. TUORP-HOLT-In this city, Octobw 17. 1900 by the Her. J. M. Buehler, Clement B. Thorp and Florence Holt. TOTMAN— SHERWOOD— In this city, October 18, IWO, at the residence of the bride's father by the Rev. W. M. Woodward, I. C. Totman and Allo Sherwood. 1>1VIPKND Notice— I >lv!dend No. £4 «23c p«r fhare) cf the Ilutchinscn Sugar Plantation Com:»i>.ny trill r* p*7ab!« at the effle* of the company. No. £27 Market fct,, on and after Saturday. October 20. :<«30. Transfer books will c!o*« on (SatUlOar. Ootobr 13 1900 at 12 ccJock m.^ K. a. eilELDO^, Secretary, DIED. Berwert. John B. Laws, Georsre Q. Cause, Alice M. Lyons, James B. Carey. Mary J. McQuillan, William Chase. James L. Murray, John F, Ciir.hinr. Charles H. Nyman, Gertrude M. LVitem^ler, Raymond Hiedel. Charles K. l'( rn. Marcellus A. Ring:, Richard Good, Hannah H. Roberts, Shirley M. DIVIDEND Notice— THvi&r-ni No. 119 fHfty cents per ahai-e) of the Oceanic Bteamehip Company will be payable at the office of the company, 327 Market st., on and after Thurs- day, November 1, 1900. Transfer books close Friday. October J«, 1S?O. at 3 o'clock p. m. B. H. SHnLDON, Secretary. DIVIDEND XOTICI2S. Finest Equipment at Moderato Rates. UNITED UNDERTAKERS. V and J9 Fifth st. Tel. South 187. I CNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALHERS. <Saooeaaor to Flannagan A Gallagtu:r>. DANIEL P. DONOVAN. Mgr" FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND BMBALMSR3. 40 Filth et., opposite Lincoln School. Tcloshon* South 80. . HENRY J. GALLAGHER CO.. SPECIAL NOTICES. NOTICE Is hereby riven that the Maria Kip Orphanage of £20 I.«k» et., Han Francisco, has received the fsliowir.ir orphan and half-or- rhar.s from July 1 to October 1. 1S00: Amelia A. L. Dienet. 11 years 6 months*: Emma Alice I".ar.to. * years 4 months; Kmily O'Nell. 4 yetrr S rn-rnths; Henrietta B. Clark, 9 years " month* : F.dna Corscina. 7 years 4 months; Irene CorfcUla. Z years; Mary Ellen Morgan. 10 years 4 month*; Lucy Rose Morgan, 8 years t months. 3_>aJj tenant* ejected for $4; collections made; city or country. PACIFIC COLLECTION CO.. 416 Montgomery *t., rooms 9-10; tel. EoSO. FXRSTKXJUSS modem family hotel; very sunny rormr: fine table. 16fM California St. UOARD *nd rooms at 413 First St., near Har- rison. ItOUMS AVD HOARD. GOOD home for yours lady who work* durlr.* day; u^e of piano If desired: terms reason- able. Box ZU?.. Call office. GENTLEMAN would teach German for room rer.t. Bos «1C2. C"a'l office. EIOISCS WANTED. Va!«-nria rt A BRANCH offire for Call aflverti*enients and Fotoscriptloaa has been established at VfjS r-LAPSIFIEI) ?''vert!semer.ts and subscriptions received Et '~a!i branch office, 2200 Fillmore Bt. VAI-EXCIA. 83TC— Sunny furnished room In private family. TURK. 116 — Furnished eunny rooms for 1 cr 2 Per.ts, cr rv.an ar.d wife. STOCKTON, W5— Nice eunr.y furnished suite, CtdCla and houb«'k«r»-pir.g rooms; reasonable. SIXTH. 156— Sunny furnished rooms for light houitkeeping; also ether rooms. SHERMAN Apartment House. £S Eighth St.. near Market— Furnished or unfurnished. NOTICE— Taxes due upon assessments made by tbe State Board of Equalization — Control- ler's Department. State of California. Sac- ramento, October 9, 1900. — In accordance with the provisions of Section 366S of the Political Cede, notice is hereby ulven that I have re- ceived from the State Hoard of Equalization the Record of Assessments of Railways" and- the "Duplicate Record of Ap- portionment of Railway Assessments," con- taining the aFsenmentg upon the property of each of the following named associations or corporations, as fixed by said State Board of Equalization for the year 1900, to-wit: Central Pacific Railroad Company, South Pacific Coast Railroad Company, Southern Fa- clhc Railroad Company. Southern California Motor Read Company, Carson and Colorado Railroad Company, California Northwestern Railway Company (lessees Ean Francisco and North Pacific Railroad). Santa Fe Pacific Rail- road Company. San Francisco and San Joaquln Valley Railway Company. Southern California Railway Company, North Pacific Coast Rail- road Company. Pacific Coast Railway Com- pany, Pajaro Valley Consolidated Rail- road Company. Nevada County Narrow- Uauge Railroad Company, Nevada-Callfornla- Oregon Railway Company, Alameda and San Joaquln Railroad Company. Sierra Railway Ccrr-rany of California. Randaburg Railway Compeny. Gualala River Railroad Company Sierra Valleys Railway Company, California and Nevada Railroad Company, San Francisco and San Mateo (Electric) Railroad Company and Pullman's Palace Car Company. The State and rounty taxes on all personal property, and one-half of the State and county taxes on all real property are now due and payable, and . will be delinquent on the last Monday in November next at 8 o'clock p m and unless paid to the State Treasurer at the Capitol, prior thereto. 6 per cent will be rdded to the amount thereof, and unless so paid on or before the last Monday In April next, at « o'clock p. m.. an additional 5 per cent will be added to the amount thereof. The remaining one-half of the State and county taxes on all real property will b« duo and payable at any time after the first Mon- day la January next, and will be delinquent on ths last Monday in April next, at 6 o'clock p. in., and unleea paid to th« Btate Treasurer. at the Capitol, prior thereto. S per cent will be added to the amount thereof. E. . P. COLOAN. Controller. ROYAL House. Ii6 K!!i« st. — Incan.l! ¦ -nt light; rTiJ!"S-!" r 'Om, mtu k!r.p-rcom an-1 ! 'lies' par- lor; rooms, per ni^ht, 3ic to Jl JO; iff Ir. fl to I'; rr.' r.'.h. $5 to $30: elevator on ground floor; rooBM *\th hot and cold water: baths. ROSEDALE House, 21S and *I1 Ellis St.— Rooms, night 5c to Jl. week $1 2~> to J4; open nlcht. ONE nice Cnmtabed room. tZ per month: also cheap housek^c-i ing rooms. Apply at IOCS Market st.. room 3, eeecr.d floor. O'FAIUIKLL. 20— Punr.y furnished room* and office; elevator: electric lights; day. wk.. mo. UJEW ARLINGTON'. IC25 Market et.— Nicely fumtphcJ rooms. I? a wwk ur>; ZZc a. day up. UA£ON r.02. corner r*o«t— Sunny furnished room*. $*; 2 housekeeping rooa:s, ga« ajil ran?e. t'.S- I.A? PALM AS. I*:'* Market et.— Suite of 2 or 3 rm?. : private; Kith; Bin. rms.: board optional. LASKIE, :t. off Mission, bet. Sth ar.d 9th— Nice- ly fvralEbed room; lew rent. LAUKIN. TOT. near Ellis— Single front room viiti. private family: rent tl«: furnished. HATH?. 7S1— 1 cr 2 nicely furnlehed roorci In ; r;vat<? family. CKOVE. tU — Nice tuar.y front room; also 2 other rocrr.s; s-jls; tele-phone. GRAND SOUTHERN, southeast corner Seventh at:d Mission »ts.— Sunny rooms, en euite or eiBCle; ladies' parlor: n-aglne-room ; elevator. GE MiY T74 — Large well-£urai?hed sunny suite, with use of bathroom. In quiet private family. GEARY, (QSVtfc* Navarre)— Elegantly furnished, nr.?. : suites or single; traveler* accommodated. CLIFFORD. ;r>4 Ellis, cor. Mason— Handsomely furnished eunny rooms; prices reasonable. £CEAN TRAVEL. Pacific Coast Steamship Co. Steamers leave Broadway Vk|- "wharf. San "Francisco: VjRlj>w. For Alaskan Ports— 11 a. m., ijfo&S**! Oct. 23, Nov. 2 Change to lriir* > Kt$ t t5*Ii company's steamers at F?att!^. I IfliHmV^ ** or Victoria, Vancouver (U. FJr!^S3-5«Vi c -)« Port Townsend, Seattle. EimSc&Bf3i!\\ Tacoma, Everett. Anacortes JJf and New "U'hatcom (Wash. >— 11 a. m.. Oct. 23. 2S, Nov. 2, and every fifth day thereafter. Change at Seattle to this company's steamers for Alaska and O. X. I!y. ; at Seattle or Ta- coma to N. P. Rjr. ; at Vancouver to C. P. Rjr. For Eureka. Humboldt Bay— 2 p. m., Oct. *>, 25. 30. Nov. 4, and every fifth day thereafter. For San Diego, stopping only at Port Harford (San Luis Oblspo), .Santa Barbara, Port Los Angeles and Redondo (Los Angreles) — 11 a. m., Oct. 20, 24, 2S, Kov. 1. and every fourth day thereafter. For Santa Cruz. Monterey, San Simeon. Cayu- cofl, Port Harford (San Luis Oblspc). Gavlota, Santa Barbara. Ventura. Hueneme. San Pedro, Kast San Pedro (Los Angeles) and Newport — 9 a. m.. Oct. 12. 26, 30, Kov. 3, and every fourth i day thereafter. For Ensenada, Magdalena Bay, San Jose del Cabo, Mazatlan, Altata, La Paz, Santa Rosalia and Ouaymas (Mexico)— 10 a. ra.. 7th of each month. For further Information obtain company's folders. \ The company reserves the rlgtft to change ' rteamers, sailing dates and hours of sailing without previous notice. TICKET OFFICE-4 New Montgomery street (Palace Hotel). GOODALL, PERKINS & CO., Gen. Agents. 10 Market St., San Francisco. THE 0. R. & N. GO. WSPATCH FAST STEAMERS TO :po :r, t x.,^ IN- id From Spear-street 'Wharf at 10 A. M. rjtnr $U'. First CIjss. Including Berth rMnu $8 Second Class. ond Meals. COLUMBIA sails Oct. 23, Nov. 4 STATE OF CALIFORNIA sails Oct. 20, SO Short Line to Walla Walla, Spokane. Batte. Helena and all points in the Northwest. Through tickets to all points East. Ew C. WARD, General Agent. 630 Market street. GOODAlXs PERKINS * CO., Superintendents. TOYO RISEN KAISHA. STEAMERS "WILL LEAVE WHARF, COR- ner First and Brannan streets, at I p. nx. for YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG, calling at I Kobe (Hlogo), Nagasaki and Shanghai, and ! connecting; at Hongkong with steamers for In- dia, etc. No cargo received on board on day of sailing-. SS. HONGKONG MARU Tuesday, November 15. 1900 SS. NIPPON. MARU Thursday. December 6. 19C0 SS. AMERICA MARU Saturday. D«cember 23. 1900 Via Honolulu. Round-trip tickets at reduced rates. For freljrht and passage apply at company's office. 42) Market street, corner of First. W. H. AVERT. General Agent. AMERICAN LINE. NEW T0BK. SOUTHAMPTON. LONDON. PAKI3. * Stopping at Cherbourg, westbound. From New York Every Wednesday. 10 a. m. St. Louis Oct.-24!St. LnuU Nov. 14 New York Oct. 31 New York Nov. 21 Bt. Paul Nov. 7iSt. Paul Nov. IS RED STAR LINE. New York and Antwero. From New York Every Wednesday. 12 noon. K>mington Oct. UlSouthwark Nov. 14 NoOTuland Oct. 31 Westernland ...Nov. 21 Priesltnd Nov. TlKenslngton Nov. 2g For freight and passage apply to INTERNATIONAL NAVIGATION CO.. JO Montgomery st. Or any of Its a*ents. OCEANIC S. S. CO. -HONOLULU, APIA AUCKLAND AND SYDNEY. BS ALAMEDA for Honolulu, Samoa, New, "Zealand and Australia Wednesday. October 31. » p. m. BS. AUSTRALIA for Tahiti. Thursday, November 1. 4 p. m. E8 'ZEALANDIA (Honolulu only) ' Wednesday, November 10, 2 p. m. j. D. SPRECKELS &' BROS. CO., Agts., 643 Market St Pier 7. Foot Pacific St Freight Office, 327 Market St 00MPAONIS GENERAL'S TRAN3ATULNTI)U£. TMRECT LINE TO HAVRE-PARIS. -^^ Salllni eVery Thursday, instead of <gj&& Saturday, from November 2. 18DJ. at-aw«*»> lOaL m.. from Pier 42, North River, foot of Morton street. LA BRETAGNE. Oct. 23: LA TOURAINE. Nov. 1; L'AQUITAINB. Nov. 8. *ir«it class to Havre. ££ and upward. Second rlasa to Havre, S42 50 and upward. GENERAL AGENCY FOR UNITED STATES and CAN- ADA 32 Broadway (Hudson bulldlne), New Yoik.' J, F. FUGAZI & CO.. Pacific Coast Agents. 5~ Montgomery avenu*. San Francisco. BAY AND BJVEB STEAMERS. FORuXnA^YARD aiiHfliLIEJO Steamer "Montlcello." MON., Tues.. Wed.. Thurs. and Sat. at 9:43 a. m.. 4:15. 8:S0 p. rn. (ex. Thura. ni*ht); Fri- day*. 1 D. m. and 8:30: Sunday*. 10:SO a. m., i p. m. Landing and office. Mission-street Dock. Pier No. 2. Telephone Main 1508. FARE 50c BAILEOAD TBAVEL. MOUNT TAMALPAlTiwiLWAY Leaves San lTranclaeo, via Sausallto Ferry: WEEK DAYS... .9:15 a. m.; 1:43 and 4:00 p. m. SUNDAYS 8;00. 10:00, 11:30 and 1:15 rx m. . Fart, San Francisco to Summit and Return. II 40. NEW TAVERN OF TAMALPAIS NOW OPEN. Ticket offlces, £21 Market at., Sausallto Ferry. £ UNFURNISHED roorr.i to let. Inquire at 1101 Clay rt.. corner Masnn. BUSH. i:0 (The Elk>— Changed hands: newly renovated, nicely fura. funny rm»-. SI 50 to J7 veeU; Sfl to $1 50 night. MKS. P. HAN FT. The man -who traveled 86,- 000 miles in search of a wife and has not found her yet! He is the greatest matrimonial freak in the world. Do you know the greatest musical freak of California? Next Sun- day's Call will tell you about both of these remarkable per- sonages. BUSH 3C4-Furnished Eunny rooms, suits or sir.plV, ioc per night up: transient. EL'RXBTT, 1426 Market <old TCo. 13CD— Fur- nlehed rms.. •uites, single; also unfurnished. nOOMS TO LET Fnrn. nnd I'nfnrn. A^BnUNi^'IClT^House, 14« Sixth— Rocrns 25c to tl per clirht; Jl 25 to $5 rer week, and light houeekeeping: open all night. A BRANCH office for Call advertisements and eubscrtption* has been established at 1096 Valencia rt. CLAfSiriED advertisements and subscriptions received at Call branch efflce. ~M Fillmore st. Ji— FOt'R unfurnished housekeeping rooms; no children. 124» Stanyan et., near 17th. OCTAVIA. 1403. corner Geary — Large sunny btjr-vfadow. Jl n ; vrith kitchen complete, $13. MARKET. 1C0S. opp<v?lte Tenth— Large sunny front alcove suite, furnished, $10; no children." MARKET, near Firth— 2 rooms, furnished. lold- tr-ir bed; pas; JU ; part. 342 Kearny st. JOHXSOX U'xise. 1TSS Folsom St.. southeast corner ?th — Large eurmy housekeeping room*. FILLMOHE, 2207, nr. Clay— i nice eunny fur- nished rooms; bath, piano: housekeeping. FOLSOM. KM— Sur.ny front bay-window room and kitchen; modem conveniences; private; 5- week. ROOMS FOR HOL'SKKEEPING. ATST-lif ax^e.. 105. off Polk— Large furnished and unf urnlshed rooms; hous=ck«-eplrig. HLLIS. Cl-New!y furnished front eulte house- keeping rooms, ?22 E0; also one room, $10. OAKLAXD nmSsTCltB FOll SALX2. AN Introduction to sou from H. Schellhaae. the lurr.itur*" dealer. 11th and F"T3iiklin. Oak'md. GOOD houMe. O>t list from OEO. VT. AUS- TIN & CO.. 100$ Broadway. Oakland. A HAXreOMr residence of 9 rcoms, bath, car- pets, bam. lav.n: £!* 21th et., near Grove; rent low. Inquire li. FHANKE. 1C2 Grov« rt.. Oakland. OAKLAND HOUSES XO LET. LEGAL. ADVERTISEMENTS. CUSTOM-HOUSE. Collector's Office, San Fran- cisco. October 20, 1900.— Notice of Sale— Notice is hereby riven that the following: described merchandise, seized for violation of the United States Revenue Laws, will be sold at public auction to the highest bidder for U. i>. lawful money, at the entrance to the re- celvinsr department. New Appraiser's Store*, on the &th day of November. 1S0O. Sale to commence at 10 o'clock a. m. of void day: 2 packages dinars, November 1. 1899: 676 ci- gars, November 10. 1SJ9; 1500 clgara, November 13, 1S89; 600 cigars. November IS, 1B99; 1 pack- age cigars, November 9. 1S99; 700 Cigars, No- vember 16. 1S9&: €73 cigars, November 16, 1859; TOO cigars. November 23. 1S93; 4 bundles rat- tar, shaving. December 6, 1699; 2 silk shirts and 1 dozen silk handkerchiefs, December 5, 1M<S: 1 package cigarettes, December 12, 1S99; 6 dozen silk handkerchiefs, December IS, 1S39; 2>; clears. I>eeember 22. 1S98; 650 cigars, De- cember 28. 1S9»; 150 cigars, December 28, 1899; 1 roll ponpee Bilk. December 26, 1S99; 100 ci- gars, Lt-cember 26, 1V.»9; 160 cigars, December 26 1S39; 1 package miscellaneous merchandise, I^cember 20, 1SJ9; 200 cigars. January S, l&OO; ? -¦ cigars. January 3, li*00; 1 package cigars end cigarettes. January 4, 1400; 1 package cijrars. December 29, 1SS9; 1 package clears. January 4, 1909; 1 package clgara, January 4, 1900; 1 parkag- ciears, January 4, 1900; 1 pack. egs cigars. January 4, 1900; 4 bundles cigar- ettes. January 4, 1S00; 1 package cigars, Janu- ary J. 1H»; 2 jiackages cigars, January 5, lV-.'O; 41 raw hides. January 16, 1900; 1 pack- ag« cigars, January IS, 19C0; 2 bottles gin, January 19, 1*X'; 2 packages cigarettes, Janu- ary 22. l?00; 1 package cigars, January 19, 1900: 1 piirkape cigars, January 19, 1900; 725 ciKars. January 26. 1S0O; 1 case glass lamps, r^bruarv 5, 1M0: 5 5-tael boxes prepared opium. February 12. 1VO0; 2022 cigarettes. Feb- ruary U. YM; 2 packages cigarettes. Febru- ary 13. l'^OO; 4 cases printed matter, February 2i> 2««D: 3 jars lily bulbs. March 5, 1W0; 950 ciears, March 22. 1900; 10 silk caps. March 23, l^Hir" 1 package paper napkins, March 31, WJ; 200 cigars, March 31, 1300; 750 clears, March 81, 1S00; 20 5-tael boxes prepared o;iium, April 7. 1900; 1 package cigarettes, April 6 I'M- 8 5-tael boxes prepared opium. Arril 12. li-00; 6 5-tat-l boxes prepared opium and 3"0 cigars. April 12. IDuO: 6:<3 citrars. April 12 IT'00- li) silk caps, April 12. 1S00; 600 cigars, April IS, 1M0; 1 case tobacco, April 17, 1900; 4 j-taol boxes prepared opium, April 16. 1300; 2 iJickares c!|rars. April 26. 11*00; 150 cigars, April 27 1900: 1 package bor.ke. April 2S. 1900; lCt cigars. May £. ISoO: SCO cigars. May 14. 1900; ISO clears May IS. 1X0: 700 clpars. May IS lSCO 1 silk dressing Jacket, May 25. 1900; 1 Eilk dressing jacket and 6 tea sets. May 25, laOO: LS cigars. June 5, 1!«X>; 2u0 cigars, June E. 1«CO; 1 package cigar?, June 5, 1900; 1 r.ackajce cigars June 5. 1900: 1 package cl- jrars, June 5. IMS; 1 package cigars, June 5. 1WK); 1 package cigars. June 5, 19W; 1 pack- aii* cigars June 5. WOO; 3T5 cigars. June 7, WOO: &K) cigars. June 13, 1900; BOO cigars, June 15 1&00- "00 clgarf. June 15. 1&00; 271 cigars arid 1 piece plma cloth. June 15. 1900: 1 pack- age cigars. June 13. 15*00: 1 package cigars. June 13 1900: 1 pexkage cigars, June 13, 1900; 1 package cigars June 13, 1900; 1 package cigars. June 13. 1&00; I9S cigars. June IS, 1900.; 4 boxes cigars. June IS. 150G; 2330 cigars. June IS 1&00; 1 piece pima cloth and 2 table covers. June 13, 1300- 1 box chlnaware, June 19. 1900; 4:.O cigars, June 20, 19C0: 275 clgarp, June 2!, 1900; 1 package cipare, Ji:ne 23, 1SCK); 1 pack- age cigars. Tune 23, 1900: 1 package cigars, Jane 23 1&00; 2 cases picklos, June 2«, 1900T 1 package cigars, July 1, U*00; 1 package cl- care, July 1 19C*>; 1 package cigars. July 1. 1900; 1 package cigars, July 1. 1900; 200 cigars, July 6, 1S00; £90 cigars, July 9, 1000- 75 cigars July 9, 1900: 123 cigars, July 9. 1000: CO cigars. July 12. l'.<00; 1 basket con- taining 46 5-tael tine opium July 13. 1900: 45 cigars July 1< 1M0: 2« ci«rar». July IS. 191V): 1 box china and 1 basket china, July IS. 1300; 1 silk table cover and 1 album. July 16, 1900; 21? cigars, July 20, 1^00: 100 cigars, July 20, 1900; 1 embroidered table cover and 1 em- broidered coat cf arms. July 20. 190O; 100 ci- gars July Ml 1900; 2^' cigars. July 27. 1900; 50 cigars July 20 1900; to cigars, July 20. U00; E75 cigars* July 30, 1900; 1 package cigars and cigarettes. July 21, 1900; 1 package cigars, July 14. JJOO: 100 cigars. July 31, 1900; 200 cl- ears July 31 19CK>; 1 china tea set. July 31, ISO*: 125 cigars. July 31. 19<'0; So cigars, Au- gust 2 1900: 5 5-tael boxes prepared opium, August 2. 1900: MO cigar?. August 2, 1900; 1 package cigars, August 1, 1900; 1 package cigars.' August 1. U00; 1 package c'.gars. Au- gust 1. l&OG: 1 package cigars. August J, 1900; 1 rarkage cigars. Ausrust 1. 1900; 1 package cigars and cigarettes. August 1. 1900; 32a ci- gars, August 4, 1900; 350 cigars. August 6, 1900; 24 cigars, August 7, 1900; 100 cigars, Au- gust IS, 1900; 2 packages cigars, August 19, 19G0: 1 package cigarettes, August 10. 150ft; 1 package cigar*. August 10. 1900; 1 package ci- grars, August 10. 1900: 1 package cigars. Au- gu*t l n , 190C; 1 package satin cloth and 1 silk kimcr.a, August 14. 19W; 700 cigars and 1 tea pet. Augurt 17. 1HK>: 75 cignrs. August 17, 1«X>: 100 cigars. August IS, 1900; 100 cigars, August IS, 19C0; ICO cigars. August IS. 1900; ifK) cigars. August 20. 1900; 50 cigars. August 20, 1900; SO cigars, Augu?t 10, 1800; (0 cigars. August SO. 1900; 73 cigars, August 20, 19C0; 3:3 cigars. August 20, 1900; 1C-0 clears, August £0. 190ft; 60 cigars. August 20. 1900; 100 cigars, Aupi«t 20, 1900; 400 cigars. August 20. 1900; T2S cigars, August 20. 1900: 2 boxes decorated china. August 20, 1900; S-V) cipars. August 20, JKO; 50 cigars, August 22, 1900; 50 cigars, Au- gust £2, IWXi; 100 cigars, August 22. 1900; 75 cigars. August 22, 1^00; 100 cigars, August 22, 1900; 100 cigars, August 22, 1900; 100 cigars, August 22. 1900; 100 cigars. August 22. l&OO: 150 cigars, August 22, l»00; JO cigars, August 22, l&fO; 100 cigars. August 22, 1900; 150 cigars, Aujrust 22, 1900; 100 cigars. Ausruft 22, 1500; r.C> c!gar». August 22. 1900; 23 cigars. August 22. l&OO; 7B cigars. August 22. 1300: 50 cigars, August 22. 1900; 100 cigars. August 22. 1900; 1M cigar?. August 22. 1900. STANLEY JACK- SON, Special Deputy Acting Collector. C7"Fiiends and acquaintances are respect- fully invited to attend tbe funeral this day (Saturday), at 10 o'clock, from the parlors of James Hasan. 445 Valencia street. Inter- ment at Eureka, Humboldt County, Cal. ROBL— In this city, October 17, 1900, MarRaret Robl, beloved wife of the late John Robl, and mother of Frank W., Katie E.. John C. and Henry J. Robl, a native of Mallow, County Cork, .Ireland, aged 63 years 6 months and 4 days. CTTTriends and acquaintances are respect- fully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow (Sunday), at 8:15 o'clock, from her late resi- dence, 807 Filbert street, between Mason and Taylor, thence to St. Francis Church, where a high requiem mass will be celebrated for the repose of her soul, commencing at 8:45 o'clock. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery, BCHOFIELD— In this city, October 17, 1900 Annie E.. beloved wife of Jacob Schofleld mother of Robert M. and George Graham Echofield, and oldeet daughter of Michael Lyons, a native of Boston, Mass., aged 43 years. |C7Friends and acquaintances are respect- fully invited to attend the funeral this day (Saturday), at 2 o'clock, from the parlors of the California Undertaking Company. 405 Powell street, near Poet. Interment Laurel Hill Cemetery. WIGGIN— In this olty. Ootober 18. 1300, Marcus ipr Friends and acquaintances are respect- fully Invited to attend the funeral to-morrow (Sunday), from his late residence, 2100 Green- wich street, corner of Webster, thenc« to St Brlgid's Church, corner of Van Ness avenue ard Broadway, for services at 2 o'clock. In- terment Mount Calvary Cemetery. ROBERTS-In this city. October 8. 1900, Shir- ley M. Roberts, beloved son of Bert C. and Bessie B. Roberts, and brother of Chastlna Roberts, a native of Humboldt County, Cal., aged 3 years 1 month and 20 days. C^TFriends and acquaintances axa respect- fully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow (Sunday), at 2 o'clock, from the residence of his parents, 3723 Twenty-sixth street, near Guerrero. Interment Mount Olivet Ceme- tery, via electric funeral car. RING— In this city, Richard, dearly beloved Bon of Annie and the late Richard Ring, a native of San Francisco. A member of Gold- en Gate Camp No. 64, Woodmen of the World. ITT 1 Friends and acquaintances are respect- fully Invited to attend the funeral this day (Saturday), at 8:30 o'clock, from his late resi- dence. 6 Elizabeth street, thence to St. James Church, corner Twenty-third and Guerrero streets, at 9 o'clock, where a high mass will be celebrated for the repose of his soul. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. NYMAX-In this city. October 19, 1900. Ger- trude Matilda Nyman. beloved daughter of Gus and Raka Nyman, a native of San Fran- cisco, ae»d 4 months. RIEDEL— In Church Springs, Oakdale, October IS, 1S00, Charles Erhardt Riedel, dearly be- loved son of William and Wilhelmlne Rledel, and brother of Albert Rledel, a native of Ulm. Wurtemberg, Germany, aged 22 years 10 months and 12 days. A member of Golden Gate Camp No. 64, Woodmen of the World. C7The funeral will take place this day (Saturday), at 2 o'clock, from the parlors of J. C. O'Connor & Co., 767 Mission street. In- terment private, Mount Calvary Cemetery. MURRAY— In this city, October 17. 1SC0, John F., beloved son of Michael and Elizabeth Murray, and brother of Joseph M. Murray, a native of San Francisco, aged 29 years 2 months and 28 days. ICTTriends and acquaintances are. respect- fully Invited to attend the funeral to-morrow (Sunday), at 1 o'clock, from the residence of his mother, 1j17 Jackson street. Interment I. O. O. F. Cemetery. LYONS— In Oakland, October 19, 1900, James B. Lyons, beloved husband of Ann Lyons, and father of Thomas F., James B., Mangle, Annie and Josephine Lyons and "Mrs. Rich- ard Bennetts, aged "0 years. McQiriLLAX— In Oakland, October IS. 1900, William McQuillan, beloved brother of Peter, Charles and Agnes McQuillan and Mrs. Burt Lauderback. and stepbrother of Mrs. J. Le Bley and Mrs. P. J. Smith, a native of San Francisco, aged 25 years 9 months and 10 days. E7Frlends and acquaintances ara respect- fully Invited to attend the funeral this day (Saturday), at 2 o'clock, from the parlors of H. F. Suhr & Co., 1137 Mission street, between Seventh and Eighth. Interment Masonlo Cemetery. ,~- LAWS— In this city. October 18. WOO, George G., beloved husband of Elisabeth Laws, son of Mr§. Rose Laws, and brother of E. C., Pearl, Lelah. Josephine. Ruth and Grace Laws, Mrs. E. Rock. Mrs. F. D. Johnson, Mrs. E. W. Wainwrlght and Mrs. J. J. Brad- ley, a native of California, aged 23 years I months and IS days. fC7"Interment private. No flowers. KIRKPATRICK— In this city, October 1?, 1900. James, beloved husband of Julia Kirkpatrick, a native of England, ajred 74 year3. [C^Kriends and acquaintances are respect- fully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow (Sunday), at 2 o'clock, from the parlors of H. F. Suhr & Co., 1137 Mission street, be- tween Seventh and Eighth. Interment I. O. O. F. Cemetery. HIGGINS— In this city, October 18. 1900, Mary Ella Hlggins (nee Kenney), beloved wife of William J. Higgins, and sister of John J. Kenney, a native of San Francisco. (New Orleans papers r lease copy.) C7"The funeral will take place this day (Saturday), at 8 o'clock, from the resldenc* of her daughter. Mrs. Francis Kawalkowskl. northeast corner of Rlchland and South ave- nues (Holly Tark), thence to St. Boniface's Church, Golden Gate avenue, between Jones ar.d Leavenworth streets, where a requiem mass will be celebrated for the repose of her soul, commencing at 9 o'clock. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. GULDEMANN— In this city, October 17, 1900. Henry, beloved husband of Augusta Gulde- mann. and father of Willie, Elsie, Dora and David GulJetnann. a native of Baden, Ger- many, aered 3j years 3 months and 13 days. ZJr Friends and acquaintances are respect- fully Invited to attend the funeral this day (Saturday), at 8:50 o'clock, from her late resi- dence. 1713 Broadway, thence to St. Francis de Sales Church, where a requiem mass will be celebrated for the repose of her soul, com- mencing at 9 o'clock. Interment St. Mary's Cemetery. GROXOWSKA-In this city. October 17. 1900. Margaret Veronicka Gronowska. dearly be- loved mother of Mrs. Francis Kawalkowskl, Mrs. Paul Jackowskl ajid Mrs. Justus Bose, a native of Poland, 71 years. Our mother loved and blest has gone to rest. GOOD— In Oakland, October 18, 1900, Hannah H. Good, wife of the late Thomas Good, mother of John Good Eister of John Griffin, and sister-in-law or Mrs. T. McCarthy of San Francisco, a native of Ireland, aged 45 years. E7" Friends and acquaintances are respect- fully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow (Sunday), at 1 o'clock, from the Masonlo Temple, corner Poet and Montgomery streets, under the auspices of Mission Lodge No. 16D, F. and A. M. Interment Cynress Lawn Ceme- tery, by special train from Third and Town- send streets. PACIFIC Parlor No. 10, N. S. G. W.— The members are hereby notified to assemble at N. S. G. \V. Hall, 414 Mason eireet, to-mor- row (Sunday), at 12 o'clock, for the purpose- of attending the funeral of our late brother, M. A. Dorn. By order JOHN F. CAX.VO.V, Acting President. JOHN C. MILLER, Recording Secretary. C7"The funeral will take place this day (Saturday), at 9 o'clock, from the Church of the Immaculate Conception, where a solemn requiem mass will be celebrated for the re- pose of his soul. Interment private. DEITEMEIER-In thin city, October 19. 1900, Raymond F;, beloved 6on of William F. and Mary Alice Deitemeler, a native of Ban Fran- cisco, aged 2 years 10 months and 14 days. C^The funeral will 'take place to-morrow (Sunday), at 2:30 o'clock, from the residence of his parents, 127A Capp street. Interment private. * DORN'-ln this city. October IS. 1900, Marcellus A. Dorn, a. native of California, aged 43 years. E7"Xotica of funeral hereafter. CUSHING — In Oakland, .October 18, 1300. Charles Henry, beloved son of Charles H. and Doloris Cushlngr, a native of California. aged 33 years 11 months and S days. IDTriends and acquaintances are respect- fully Invited to attend the funeral to-morrow (Sunday), at 2 o'clock, from her late resi- dence, 543 Minna street. Interment Odd Fel- lows' Cemetery. CHASE— In this city, October 19, 1900, at his residence, 22 Beaver street, James Lawrence, tx-loved husband of Emma P. Chase, and father of Bessie M. Chase, a. native of Tem- pleton. Mass. BERWERT— In this city. Ootober 18, 1900. John Benidlct Berwert," dearly beloved husband of Alma M. Berwert, father of Alden Berwert, stepfather of Gussie and Charley MeUler, and brother of Mrs. Maria Imfanger, Joseph Berwert, Mrs. Sarvadue Bazel, Mrs. Anton Kempf, Frank Berwert and Mrs. Jacob Meis- ter, a native of Canton Underwalden, Switz- erland, aged 32 years S months and 18 days. A member of Bald Eagla Tribe No. 75, I. 0. R. M.. and Court Presidio No. 40. F. of A. ETFriends and acquaintances ar» respect- fully Invited to attend the funeral to-morrow (Sunday), at 1 o'clock, from his late resi- donce, 11 Alvarado street, between Twenty- second and Twenty-third and Guerrero street and San Jose avenue, thence to St. Anthony' ¦ Church, Army street, near Folsom. for ser- vices. Interment Holy Croes ' Cemetery, by cnrrla^a. CAREY— In Oakland, October 18, 1900, Mary Josephine Carey beloved wife of M. C. Carey, a native of Dublin, Ireland, aged 70 years. CAUSE— In this city, October 13. 1900, Alice May Cause, beloved wife of W. B. Cause, and mother of Alice-May Cause, a native of Chi- cago, 111., aged 29 years 8 months and 14 days. (Cincinnati, Denver and Chicago papers please copy.) Gronowska. Margaret Robl, Margarst Guldemann. Henry Schofleld, Annie H. Htegins. Mary E. Wlggln. Marcus P. Kirkpatrick, James OAKLAND ADVERTISEMENTS. P. "Wlg-gln. a native of Maine, aged 53 years. (CTFrlendB and acquaintances are respect- fully Invited to attend the funeral to-morrow (Sunday), at 1:30 o'clock, from the parlors of Porter & White, 122 Eddy street, under th« auspices of the Press Club of Ban Francisco. Interment Mountain View Cemetery, Oak- land. CHKArEST and best in America— Th* Weekly Call. IS pact i", eent to any address in tha Vnltp'i Ptates r»r '"an^ilii rue v«ar fnr fl. FL'RXISHED cr unfurnished hou*e of 8 large rooms anj Lath; sanitary plumbing; lot Wx 1C0; central location. Apj.lv MO 19th St.. Ojtkld. SACRIFICED— 4 acrea near Lake Merritt; of- fer %vaLr-.t"d. HALL, G35 Sutter St.. S. F". l-.IO SACRIFICE. Nearly new home of 7 rooms, bath, conserva- tor} ar.i perches; fine large let: ntar cars snd trains; fruit trees, carden and barn; |27»0 cash; cost ite $4000. Address Owner. P. O. box Ll», ?acram«?nto, Cal. COTTAGE of 7 rooms and bath; central loca- tion; price $2600; eaay term*. A. J. SNVDEn 4 CO.. 467 Ninth »L. Oakland. Cal.