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"\V;',\;"J X !. )^ IN " 11 '- ROOMS, I,*,- A l)AYi?l
readr^ ' ro<)n,s ™ r '" ""• -^ : « '!•'*• 91 50 a week*
_6 Clay st, ce **'
A'-o^' 1 '" "" : 1!ll: MAGNOUA BLOSSOM
Milled,. , " ,ri! - Those
FeU st. caU tor sample irom 10 a. m. to 3 i*. m., 437
IJ. - RES WANTED -PATTERNS CUT TO
' ■ order, 25c, a: McDoweUAc^cmy, 213 Powel?
F-? EE — test "vi Lawrence dresscut:
■'. T.':'l Markei st
AGENTS *v AXTEJ_K
OR FAST ' ' ■•^^^Tl^F^^THr.K
X proiit. 440 Second st., 9t012 am JjAliG:bj
f«OPBBTYWA-STBI>. ~~~
AVn -SH;ONTHE
M tbe park homeateada, UUsion, and
Bitnwv "c";'"-' : m«»tbech««.and
goo.i title. J.1.1.0W NSFONE. 11 Montgy, 9 to I*2m.
ROUSES WANTED.
W«f w„ K C,OW -- B S-ROOM FLAT. 'SOUTH
'. «,i 1* _;-,-"**' f ™™ Second to Sixth to Bryant;
. — .-_-.:_ Address I*."! Fifteenth St.. near Howard!
WANt V. 1 1 ..! i S CELLANEOCS.
\V RV**wß. - S KWXD- i 1 a i . IN . i batoE
xx OIJ ii Right St.
U"AMi:[)- \ BUSINEBS buggy, with OB
„„,, ' I '" ut •■"•"£•<- harness; must be in firatrclaaa
§..«£!■£ "'"• a ■""••"-*••»*-*; state price. Address
j*"ggy, box 36,jthis office. .
X) HAHN, sos SIXTH ST., PAYS HIGHEST
.-*-e- price for second-hand ladies', gents' clothing.
LOST.
T _ OST r PASii»OK?WTTHtTHETHIBEBN_A
•AJ --: and Loan Society of .-..11 Francisco in
the name of THOMAS O'NEIL, No. 110,091. The
under will please return to bank.
T "-■ A BLACK SILK LACE SCARF, AT
'* saratoca Hall, on saturday evening, at Bed
Men s masquerade ball. Please return to 1427
>tcmer st. and receive reward.
T "-1 MALE f FOG DOG AT MOSS AYE., SAN
x.J Leandro; name Bijou; collar and broken rib:
reward. A. GIRY, 636 Kearny st.
"DROWN SETTER DOG, NAME JACK, WHITE
'" breast, liberal reward. Return to 129 Third st.
T OST— passbook WITH THE HIBERNIA
J^.-aviucs and Loan Society of San Pranclsco in
the name of JOHN S. CONNOR, No. 115286
The under will please return to the bank.
LOST— PASSBOOK WITH THE HIBERNIA
XJ Savings and Loan Society Of San Francisco in
the i. ace- of MANUEL DI AZEVEDO SEVE-
RING. No. 1861 650. Finder will please return to
the bank.
FOUND.
FOI'ND— GOLD WATCH. "oWNER HAVE
same by proving property and paving expense
by applying M. GLEESON, 639 Bryant st., spring
Valley yard.
"I,"" OU ND— NEWFOUNDLAND DOG (BLACK);
-a- owner can have the same by paying expenses.
Inquire ALEX FORREST, Solano at.,nearMlnne-
sota^
LODGING-HOUSES FOR SALE.
OH ROOMS, WORTH $2000..:..... .$l2OO
-JXJ H. c. DECKER, 1206 Market st., cor. Taylor
*I O-ROOM HOUSE NEAR MARKET: CEN-
XXJ Ural; offer wanted. DECKER, 1206 Market.
Qft R »MS; NKAR - BALDWIN' j CLEARS
OVsloo;price $800. SPECK'S. 30 Montgomery st.
V.-hH PARI CASH; MARKET -STREET
•JXJXJXJ. lodging-house 24 rooms; No. 1 location;
first floor occupied for offices; clears $100 per
month. Apply Business Agency, 777 Market st.
.-■ fij „ 1 GREAT BARGAIN*! Id ROOMS;
*±jyjXJ\J. good house; good location: cheap rent;
part cash. ML A., box 142, Call Branch Office.
G> " ii WILL BUY 5-ROOM LODGING-HOUSE
x-J'JyJ 207 Seventh ,_
OA-ROOM CORNER HOUSE. 222% FOURTH
•>x' st.: sickness cause.
lODGINt -HOI Sl 13 ROOMS, -.!. SUNNY;
XJ nice gar den front and. rear. 210 Hyde st.
QtJ^A TWELVE BOOMS; CENTRAL; 92U
•_ O-JXJ. Market st.
SMALL LODGING-HOUSE OF 11 ROOMS;
must be sold immediately on account of sick-
ness. Inquire 235 Stevenson st.
L DG ING-HOUSE; 14 ROOMS; ALL RENTED;
must sell on account of sickness. 15 Sixth St.,
- near Market, San Francisco.
F~ LODGING-HOUSE OF 35 ROOMS;
X all furnished; rent $40; or will trade for city,
Alameda or Oakland lots; good reason for selling.
Apply ■••■-. -' an -1 5 i*. v.. 603 Front st.
FURNITURE EOK SALE.
"L*TKNIT! ?IRABL-^r6o___fT__AT;
X. $60; rent $12. 626 Natoma st.
L'Olt ;SALE CHEAP— HANDSOME " FURNI-
J. ture of 9-room residence, centrally located: can
Ye used to advantage as a doctor's ordentist's office
or for roomers. Address XV., box 160, Call Branch.
0 ABPETS, LINOLEUM, 40c: BEDROOM
V.- act. »11. SHIREK, 1310-1312 Stockton st- ..
"I>EDROOM SETS, $11; OAK CHAIRS, *1;
XJ carpets. 45c. MIIKEK, 1310-1312 Stockton.
1; 0 IT EKE OF 6 ROOMS— CORNER FLAT;
JP rent cheap; bargain. 313 tough st.
CUT PRICES IN KNIT 1 1:1. AND CARPETS
this week M McCABE'S, 948-950 Mission st.
K EDUCTIONS ON LARGE STOCK, NEW AND
second band; 400 carpets, Rood as new; oil-
• cloth, 25c; parlor suits, $19 up; linoleum, 45c;
7-piece chamber suits, fl4 50; cornice 25c:
ranges. $6; cash or Installments; goods shipped
free. T. H. NELSON, 126 Fourth st.
FURNITURE WANTED.
i~^UBNITUBE^ r^COUNTEIEtsr^HOWiCASE^
restaurants bought.sold. ANDERSON.II2I Mkt
"ll* ILLIAM BUTTERFIELD, AUCTIONEER;
. »l buys, sella and rents furnished houses. Oflice
opposite Palace Hotel. 2d floor Crocker building.
A LARGE QUANTITY SECOND-HAND FUR-
-A niture wanted ; 20 per cent paid more than else-
where. MALONE. 110 Fourth st.: new store.
CAKPET CLEANING. ~
CJIY STEAM 1 'AKI'ET-KEATINO AND
Renovating Works, : - 8 and 40 Eighth st. <;. R.
STEVENS, manager. Telephone No., south 250.
CARPETS THOROUGHLY CLEANED AND
renovated same as new. S. FERGUSON __
CO., 23 Tenth st. Telephone number, south 36.
"ll* B YOU BECOME DISGUSTED WITH
xx poor work send to SPAULDING'S I'ioneerCar-
pet Beating Works, 353-7 Tehama; lei. So-40.
ONKLIN'S CARPET BEATING WORKS. 333
Golden '.ate aye.; telephone east 126.
CARPETS WELL CLEANED. BARBER'S, 236
14th. nr. Mission; tel. (Mission) 100.
E. MITCHELL CARPET-CLEANING
J- ' <>. (incorp.): old established carpet cleaning
machines; cleaning 3c yard. 230 14th, tel. 6074.
T McQUEEN CARPET BEATING AND REN-
*>> . ovating works. ■*>'' Stevenson: tel. 3228.

CLAIRVOYANTS.
CELEBRATED CLAIRVOYANT, PRO-
i- FESSOR WALTER, is still in the city ; he can be
consulted on business, marriages, divorces abd all
family affairs; the future plainly revealed: lovers
united; trouble healed; names of friends and
: enemies, also the one you will marry; truth
♦,'uaranteed. Office 303 Jones St., near Eddy; hours
9 a. xx, •> p. it., Sundays J) to 5.
Tf ME. DR. THOMAS TELLS ENTIRE LIFE,
--.♦i-.p.-st, present, future: consultations on all af-
fairs, nothing excepted: nave ,i given, good advice,
Bure help; restores lost Jove by sympathy: mistake
Impossible; fee si; letter $2. 30 Kearny at.
M__73ToitE A U, BEST M EDI I'M, CLAIRVOY-
-'1 ant; speaks German. 25c up. 131 Fourth st.
it*. - raiRD— BASEMENT* f EXPERIENCED
* xj.j i clairvoyant; ladles only; fee 25c.
ME. WALTERS, GREAT CARD READER ;
no humbug: retrnd ;25c: gnts 50c. 337 Tehama.
MItNTHONY. 1.1 l'E I'.IJAiJKIJ;
ladies 25c, gents 50c. 248 Third ' ._ '
/^OUNTESS DE LONDON, THE WONDERFUL
Vj medium and clairvoyant. 520 Post st., side en-
trance: ladies only.
METSCHMIDT, FROM VIENNA; MOST re*
nowned; revealing future events; ladies $1,
gentlemen $2, by mall $3. 856 Mission st. ,
ME. PORTER, CARD-RE — LADIES
.">oc. cents $1 : palmistry and clairvoyant sit-
tings f 1 50. 606 O'Farrell at., near Jones. _
Ml.-. J. J. WHITNEY, CLAIRVOY TEST
medium and life-reader. 218 Stockton.
ASTROLOGY. "
" V STRAL SEER-PROF. HOLMES, 623 GEARY
" JzX. St.: horoscopes, questions, stocks, advice.
„__ _________
SPIRITUALISM.
IRCLE TC^SfIGHT"rToc; MME. YOUNG. 723
Gough St.. near McAllister: .sittings daily.
EDUCATIONAL.
Vi HANDWRITING
taught. C. EISENSCHIMEL, 235 Kearny.
A ILI.IAN~KEHI.AKi.. THE ENGLISH AC-
\j tress, coaches ladies and gentlemen for the
dramatic profession : appearances arranged. Shake-
spearean Academy, 406 Van Ness aye.
C TIEHL'S BUSINESS COLLEGE, HISTORY
O brt,'. 723 Market; Investigate; special offer.
1" *N.,L!-Tl" BBANI - TAUGHT: YOUNG
li lady teacher. 140 Fulton, nr. Van Ness aye.
OCHOOL ELECTRICAL, CIVIL, MINING- ME-
-0 chanical engineering, surveying, architecture,
essay ; "stab. '64. VAN HER NAILLEN',723 Mkt.
■OETID'S BUSINESS COLLEGE. 24 POST;
XI always in the lead. Send for circulars.
TO jjxcHANCK.
T^^ALFoR^CHANiSS^OR A RANCH,
-C milk and cream business; ($9 cans trade. For
particulars apply 1911 Mission St.
WaInTED -r UNIMPROVED LAND FOR
">> clear lots across Ihe bay. 657Iolsomst.
STORAGE. '■ ,^LjS^^
S"*^OT^OKOFFHRNITIIIUS; Ft ANOS HOUSE-
hoId goods, etc .1. "I. PIERCE, 735 Ma. St.
1 !!*----* Lass 01; A..:,.; ADVANCESMADE
J? 421-423 MarS-et at. CHAS. L. TAYLOR. ,
... , . •--..- .-.---■ ■:.-...
_^^ BUSINESS CHANCES.
<*^"J K A COMMISSION -" BUSINESS: PART-
'„ 1 x)XI. ner wanted with wideawake, rising
young business man of good standing and reputa-
tion; has a first-class trade clearing $125 per
month and rapidly -.rowing, which absolutely re-
quires more assistance; prefers partner to hired
help; good man wanted more than money; is
cheap at $250: can give best of reference: au ex-
ceedingly good business that will bear a close In-
vestigation. OHO. STEWART A BON, 632 Market.
Ql (lZ,(\ MOST POPULAR SALMON OFF
x£)XxJ-JxJ. Market st.; elegant fixtures*, private
rooms; big day and night trade; full investigation
allowed. PROLL & STENBERG, 873 Market st.
CORNER GBOCEBY AND BAR: NEW STOCK
and fixtures: splendid paying business; best lo-
cation; must sell on account of Other business.
PROLL -A, STENBERG, 873 Market st,
OLD ESTABLISHED HOTEL: BIG SALOON
trade; house filled with steady boarders: sick-
ness cause of sale; full Investigation allowed.
PROLL A STENBEBG, 873 Market st.
& 1 900 ELEGANTLY UP COR-
V, 1 -— x'xj. ner saloon: rooms upstairs: big day
and night trade; best paying saloon near Market St.
PROLL A STENBERG, 873 Market St.
7(1(1 FIRST-CLASS PAYING GROCERY
*oD-L I xJXI . and bar, Western Addition; fine
stock, billiard, cash register, delivery wagon; full
investigation allowed. PROLL A STENBERG,
873 Market st.
$91 \i I SALOON AND DINING-ROOM;
-OvU, big paying business: in vicinity where
several hundred people are employed; building cost
$150;; long lease: splendid opportunity for man
and wife. PROLL A STENBERG, 873 Market st.
OTICE— TO BUY OR SELL ABBUSINESS OF
i-> any kind see STRAND tv CO., 19 Sixth St.
Q«)X[l ANTED— AN ACTIVE AND IN-
•,. — .x)\. l, teliiyeiit man as partner; will guarantee
000 per year. Apply to GUS AND, 19 Sixth.
Q.)-- RESTAURANT AND OYSTER-
»~— i -J. house; cheap at $500; must sell this
week; on account of sickness. STRAND A CO.,
19 Sixth st.
Ql j>t\ PARTNER ' WANTED IN GOOD-
V-l- . paving butcher shop; experience un-
necessary; see to-day. STRAND & CO., 19 Sixth.
C_XXA SALOON ON MARKET ST.; CLEARS
x£h)-JXI. $125 month. STRAND & CO., 19 Sixth.
<*> ~ C FR U ITST ORE; HORSE. WAGON;
xff)-J ixj. clears $50 month. STRAND, 19 Sixth.
Ql 7e\ branch BAKERY; 4 ROOMS;
•J* 1 < O. rent $14; fine place. STRAND.I 9 Sixth.
\'o. 1 RESTAURANT, NEAR MARKET AND
-> Third sts.; bargain. STRAND, 19 Sixth st.
MY CLIENTS EAST will invest LARGE
amount* of cash and desirable Eastern prop-
erty in good Western mortgaged lands, city prop-
erty or mines; write full description, price, etc.,
and if I think we can deal will arrange Interview.
CHARLES Q. BARND, attorney, box 2042, San
Francisco, Cal.
BUYING OR SELLING LODGING-HOUSES,
saloons, cigar-stores, grocery-stores and bar,
variety-stores, blacksmith, branch bakery, restaur-
ants, coal and wood yards and all kinds of business,
Call on BUCHANAN ,v CO., 765 Market.
>i - IjYY PARTNER IN - A FIRST-CLASS
xpxjxjxj. cash business; kept by present owner 11
years; no previous experience required: must be of
steady habits; no night or Sunday work: a trial
given before purchasing: guaranteed by owner to
clear $250 per month. Apply Business Agency, 777
Market st. .
V|;|l|l -PARTNER WANTED IN (')LD-ES-
tJUUU. tablished saloon; present owner takes
partner because he has found hired help so unre-
liable; will guarantee incoming man $125 per
month; experience not necessary; positively the
grandest bargain ever offered: best of reasons for
taking partner; situated among the leading the-
aters. For further particulars see BUSINESS
EXCHANGE, 7S3*/a Market st.
Q9oon FIRST-CLASS SALOON: 8 PRl-
<4)__UUu. vate rooms nicely furnished; select
stock; cash register and piano; business clearing
about $200 per month ; selling at big bargain; satis-
factory reasons for selling. BUSINESS EX-
CHANGE, 7831/2 Market st. t
PARTNER WANTED IN DRUGSTORE; FINE
J corner. DECKER, 1206 Market st.
sJ -\j\i\ MEAT MARKET; PAYING BUSI.
x&xj-jxj. ness. DECKER, 1*206 Market.
<'' \i I STATIONERY AND CIGAR STORE;
«>*.>«JU. DECKER, 1206 Market st.
OP OKA CANDY STORE AND FACTORY ON
t-rOOVJ. Market st. DECKER, 1206 Marketst.
HOTEL, COUNTRY TOWN, NEAR S. F.,
clearing $300 a month; property included;
easy terms given. SPECK'S, 30 Montgomery. .
«*_ * )i \ BUTCHER-SHOP (MISSION) ; RENT
yfyJ. $20; clears $4 per day. SPECK A CO ,
30 Montgomery st.
\\ ' OOD AND COAL YARD: DOWNTOWN:
xx clearing about $100 a month; buildings In-
cluded: price $300. SPECK'S, 30 Montgomery.
agQ&A CIGAR-STAND ON A PROMINENT
•JrxJxJxJ. corner; splendid business; big stock;
cheap rent; a bargain. MILLER, 23 Kearny.
Q97 c. RRANCH BAKEBY. NOTIONS, ETC. ;
Q-_.lt-). fine living. MILLER, 23 Kearny.
BREWERY FOR SALE; PART INTEREST
In brewery doing good business. Principals only
will please address lor particulars D., P. O. box
2662, San Francisco.
CX . A R-STORE AND FACTORY : OLD-ESTAB-
. lislieil and paying business; In good location.
Inquire at Call Office.
ESTAURANT FOR SALE— ACCOUNT OF
the proprietor sick; make an offer; said res-
taurant has been under same manager for past 12
years. Inquire at Call Branch.
G» ROCERY AND BARJ-WITII 3 LIVING-
f rooms. Call Branch Office.
REAT BARGAIN; COFFEE SALOON; DO
big business. MICHELS& WOOD, 917 Market.
<£• 19;-; FINE COB. SALOON; 10 FUBNTBH-
Vjx.^'J. Ed rooms; nice fixtures and furniture; ',
owner sick, cause of selling. Inquire 129 Third st., ;
room 1. j - -
O 7 **.A SALOON* ON MARKET-ST. CORNER;
«Jp 1 -JXr. fine stand: good trade; bargain indeed.
FALCONER, 1189 Marks st. (Central Park).
QXfj PARTNER IN ESTABLISHED ME-
x^>xjxj. chanical business. 809 Mission ; downstrs.
I;. SALE— FINE RESTAURANT, OPPOSITE
. steamboat lauding; doing a fine day trade;
cheap rent: the cause of selling the owner going to
Europe. Apply to 232 Third st.
1-NERGETIC RELIABLE" PERSON WANTED
J to-day for light manufacturing and stocking the
market with fast-selling staple article; good per-
manent income guaranteed; duties genteel; steady
work the year round; cash required $200: investi-
gate this offer at once. Call, after 10 a. If., DINOK-
I.Y. Wilson House, 829 Stevenson St., off Tenth.
"P ESTAURANT IN SANTA ROSA FOR SALE
1 1 doing a good business. J. T. PETERS, Mills
building.
S I 'ft STEADY MAN WANTED AS PART-
»J?I"v'« ncr in good paying restaurant: central
located ; owner Is good cook. Inquire 647 Sacra-
mento st.
I 'Oil SALE— CANDY AND I C EC R A MPAR-
Iors; good business. 1434 Market st.
"PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY: WELL AIM..!
J- ed; centrally located: with about 10,000 nega-
tives; also rooms for famiiv; will sell for $300. 1
Address B. G,. box 109, Call Branch Office.
CI ROCERY AND BAB CHEAP - IF SOLD
I immediately. 356 Jessie st., near Fifth.
QICK PARTNER WITH YOUNG LADY TO
"_ J. i xj. go to Seattle. 110% Stockton, loom 2.
BRANCH BAKERY AND COFFEE PARLOR;
soda fountain; 4 living rooms. 406 Third.
1 ) EST A I ANT AND BRANCH BAKERY :
Jl. doing good cash trade; bargain. 110 Eighth.
NAP— REST.; SMALL CAR L; LADY OR
gentleman; no rent. 1 Apply 518 Geary st.
HOM i: RESTAURANT:. GOOD BUSINESS,
for sale or exchange. Appiy this office.
CI a R-STORE; LAUNDRY OFFICE; 3
rooms in rear; rent cheap: doing good business;
must be sold on account of partner's sickness. 417
Hayes st.
I OR COUNTRY BABBEB-SHOP AND
2 bathrooms; good for $1000 a year clear; will
be sold cheap. Apply to G. H. BLA IR, Dunnigan,
Cal. ;'r» a- „■.*>. .-.■;«».
IZXOIi SALE— BAKERY, NOTIONS, LAUNDRY
X and cigars; rent $15. 530 Bryant st.
1" r OR SALE-BRANCH BAKERY; 3 ROOMS,
with furniture; cheap rent. 219 Sixth.
CHEAP FOR CASH — OLl)- Is 1 a 1 : 1 , 1 .- 1 1 1 ii ;
) 37 cans; private trade; 50 cows, horses, wag- :
ons, etc. Address Milkman, 1331 Fulton St., or
call at residence, Nineteenth aye. and X st.
"INTERIOR AGENCY OF THIS PAPER FOR
1 sale; price $3500; terms cash; clears $200 per
month. Apply this office.
IS 1 class stock, FIXTURES and RES-
• taurfint. 676 Howard, meat market.
1? OiTsALE— GROCERY AND BAR; BEST LO-
cation In the city; kept by present owner 11
years: good long lease; will he sold cheap account
other important business. .Inquire southeast cor-
ner Oroya and Buchanan sts.
ANT ED-BUSINESS ASSOCIATE; ACTIVE,
xx profitable employment; with $5000 to $6000.
Address W* J. B. MIDDLETON, 30 Montgomery.
QftAA HALF INTEBEST; BEST " MANU-
tiP'Xjyixj. facturing business on the coast; article
used by all. D. P., box 128, Call Branch.
AT A SACRIFICE, IF SOLD IMMEDIATELY,
JX. old corner grocery and bar. Inquire 317 Fifth.
GROCERY AND BAR;. RENT $14.
-tjp —j-jxJ. Apply Call Branch Office.
FOR SALE— THE BEST EQUIPPED AND'
best known wood-working plant in San Fran-
cisco; doing a large wholesale and retail business In
wood mantels and interior decoration; if you are
looking for a business that will pay you a big In-
come you will find this just what you want; can be
bought for part cash, balance easy payments. Ad-
dress Owner, box 160, Call Branch Office.
NE OF THE BEST PAYING AND BEST LO-
cated hotels In Vallejo for sale. This hotel was
fitted up six months ago at great expense;' present
owner selS on account of death; the hotel will be
sold very reasonable. Apply to G. 11. CLAUSEN,
397 Sixth st. - _ ■ - , ■ ; ■ . ■ . ■
RUGSTORE AT A BARGAIN— NEATLY
XJ iitted-up drugstore in ■ growing town not far
from San Francisco: $1500. Particulars given by
.1. M. WRIGHT, care LANGLEY A MICHAELS
CO. . . ■■■ -.'. '.. .' . '.., .-■' ■' -..
FOR SALE— COAL AND WOOD YARD.FIRST-
: class location."- Inquire 600 Haight st.
1" TOR sale -JJI 'TCHHKSHOI'; CHEAP. AP-
. ' ply 546 Ninth st. ; '
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, TUESDAY, MARCH 5, 1895.
BUSINESS CHANCE "-Continued.
IPOR SALE — GROCERY-STORE AND BAR;
splendid opportunity: reasonable offer accept- '
ed; full investigation. NW. cor. Turk and Scott. (
©1 C A GOOD COFFEE SALOON, CHOP- ]
I t4pJL«JU. house; cheap rent: good location; good .
nine; for man and wife; average $10 to $12. 520
Battery st. ',;*..*--•
~fx OOD OPPORTUNITY; I'AHI'N ER WANTED; !
XJ business established since 1860; capital re- '
quired from $40,000 to $50,000. Address G. L-, '
box 22, this office. J
HIGHEST CASH PRICE FOR RESTAURANTS
saloons, furniture. SCHOENFELDT, 1121 Mkt. ;
A WEEK'S NEWS FOR 5 CENTS — THE
-*~*- WEEKLY CALL. In wrapper, for mailing.
PIANOS, VIOLINS AND SHEET MUSIC.
LARGE UPRIGHT/THOROUGHLY GOOD OR-
der, splendid tone, $125. Rm. 21, Flood bldg,
rpWO UPRIGHTS. GOOD CONDITION; one
X $65, one *9."i. Room 10, Flood building. .-*',.;
CIHICKERING, FINE CONDITION, $225;
VJ also Weber, splendid tone. Bm. 12,' Flood bldg.
SPLENDID NEW ORGAN SACRIFICED;
also second hand, $20. Rm. 13, Flood bldg.
PLENDID NEW STYLE HA] i ! 'MAN USED
». J less than six mouths; superb tone; elegant case;
tor sale this week at a very low price. Room 10,
Flood building. .;:^,.. .', ;
CjCX ROSEWOOD UPRIGHT, STOOL AND
tip I O. cover; 5 Installment. 221 Leavenworth st.
ELEGANT UPRIGHT FOR $100 CASH. 515
J. Van Ness aye.
A STEINWAY PIANO, $150; -CHI CKERING
JX upright, almost new, $250; new pianos at bed-
rock prices, ten different makes; square pianos,
$30 upward. BOWERS <£ SON, 23 and 25 Fifth st.
C~ .AU ION - 1 NOT BUY WHAT IS CLAIMED
) to be a Steinway or Weber Upright Piano from
any person not an established piano dealer without
being tirst assurred that the piano Is what is seems
to be. We have a complete record of all Steinway
and Weber pianos sold on the Pacific Coast the
past twenty years. Bring the manufacturers' num-
ber of piano to us and we will give you its history.
SHERMAN, CLAY A CO, Pacific Coast represen-
tatives for Steinway and Weber Pianos, corner
Kearny and Sutter sts.
KNABE, BUSH <fc GERTS AND HAINES
pianos.* A. L. BANCROFT A CO., 324 Post st.
"\f AUVAIS, 769 MARKET— MUSIC Va
lxX price; Decker A Son pianos.
SACRIFICING LARGE STOCK OF UPRIGHT
pianos of their own make at manufacturers'
prices. Hemme A Long Piano Co., 340 Post st.
ARGAINS; ALL KINDS OF MUSICAL IN-
struments. L. I. STANTON A CO., 663 Market.
\\f G. BADGER, WITH BJbJNJ. CURTAZ A
TT . SON, 20 O'Farrell st.
YRON MAUZY, 308 POST ST.-SOHMER
Newby A Evans, Briggs and other pianos.
BARGAINS—A NUMBER OF ELEGANT UP-
right pianos, to cover storage and advances;
must be sold at once. F. W. SPENCER A CO.,
721 Market st.
QTECK, CHICKERING A SONS, VOSE AND
O Sterling pianos sold on $10 installments. BENJ.
CURTAZ A SON, sole agents. 16-20 O'FarreU st.
QTEINWAY UPRIGHT; SLIGHTLY USED;
• grand tone; half-cost. SPENCER, 721 Market.
SUPERIOR VIOLINS, ZITHERS, OLD A NEW.
E* 1 H. MIT.I.KIJ, maker, repairer. 2 Latham place.
HORSES.
SADDLE HORSE FOR SALFJ-STRONGLY
built; single- footer; a beauty; dark chestnut,
with heavy silver mane and tail; used to city and
will go in harness; price $150. CaU at 847 Fre-
mont, in the rear, between 9 and 10 a. m.
- PASTURED; $2 A MONTH; SEND
for circular. F. A. HYDE, 630 Commercial st.
"1 AA SETS SECOND-HAND HARNESS; ALL
100 kinds; second-hand wagons, buggy, carts;
also 'JO cheap horses. Fifteenth and Valencia sts.
WAGONS AND CARRIAGES.
L""~ARGE~STRONG 3 -SPRING GROCERY
wagon. 337 Fifth st.
VTEW EXPRESS-WAGON, 2D-HAND DELIV-
-!' cry, bus; buggies cheap. 100 Golden Gate aye.
iiINE BAKERY AND LAUNDRY WAGONS,
J rockaway, buggies; also hack, 828 Harrison,
FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS.
TWO FRESH «'OWs7ilHsßiE^M~^*_rilLALF
Jersey; gentle for family. 1312 Folsom st.
EDROOM SET, WITH TWO MATTRESSES.
Inquire 1111% Pacific st.
CHEAP— FIXTURES THAT WERE ONCE IN
' the Savings Union branch, Market and Fell
sts.: suitable for an insurance or real estate office.
ASHTON ,<- GARDINER, 411 Montgomery st.
ATENT FOR SALE OF A SPECIAL SUE-
. marine boat. 1313 Vermont st.
THRESH JERSEY HEIFERS FOR SALE AND
c Poland-China pigs. Sulphur Springs Farm,
Niles, Alameda County.
WI LS H I X E SAFE, LETTER-PRESS, SCALE,
'I coffee-mill and money-till; cheap. 102 Clay st.
•ii 111 COLUMBIA PNEUMATIC; APPROVAL
«JP"±U . allowed country buyer. 328 McAllister st.
C" "OU N 't"e~r~s~ SHELVING, SHOWCASES
bought and sold. 1121 1 ., Market, bet. 7th and Sth
VTEW RANGES CHEAPER THAN SECOND-
-> hand. W. S. RAY Mtg Co., 12 California st.
ONE --MALL MEDIUM AND LARGE-SIZE
tire and burglar proof safe. 221-223 Market st,
MEDICAL.
ASCKE. safe AND SPEEDY CURE FOB
all female diseases; ladies may, have the
benefit of the skill and attention of a physician of
1 long and successful practice. A home in confine-
. ment, with best care, with the privacy of a home
I and conveniences of a hospital. Those who are sick
j or discouraged should call on the doctor and state
their case; they will find in her a true friend. All
I consultation free. A positive cure tor the liquor,
. morphine and tobacco habit. Every case guar-
anteed without injury to health. MBS. DR.
GWYER, 311 V 3 Jl yde st., bet. Ellis and Eddy.
*LL IRREGULARITIES RESTORED AT
JX once; every case guaranteed; Cancers and
Tumors expelled by .Medical Electricity: refined
home during confinement, with every comfort and
privacy; regular physician of long and successful
practice; travelers treated without delay. French
pills guaranteed; safe and sure relief at any time;
consultation free, confidential. MRS. DR. YET 11,
Sanitarium, 916 Post St., bet. Hyde and Lnrkm.
DAUDET'S TABLETS— THE GREAT
modern remedy for the cure of neurasthenia,
Impotency and all disorders of the sexual organs:
$1 a box, 6 boxes $5; semi for circular. J.H.
■WIDBEB, cor. Market and Third, sole agent.
I I' IRREGULAR OB ANY FEMALE Disease
X see Mr.. Hr. Poets and be content; 254*/2 4th.
PRIVATE HOME in CONFINEMENT. MRS.
X M. E. ROGERS, 829 Howard st.
ALL LADIES CONSULT MRS. DR. SCCTTT
XV lIOV'2 Turk St.; only qualified trusty specialist
: for sure, quick relief of Irregularities; no matter
what cause; painless method; .never tails; homo
i.i confinement; babies adopted: also treats dis- 1
ease of the eye successfully. - s. \
LL LADIES NEAiToR FAR, SAFE, QUICK
cure guaranteed of any disease or Irregularity; ;
sure relief, though others fail: home, etc.; travel-
ers treated; low fees: self-cure: sens, call or write;
strict confidence; physicians of wide experience* 1
assistant. MRS. DR. da VIES, 14 McAllister st.,
next Hibernia Bank. French F. pills, $3; safe-
guard, $5. Send stamp for answer.
NEW PROCESS— NO MEDICINE, INSTRU-'
ments or worthless pills used; every woman
her own physician for all female troubles; no mat-
ter from what cause; restores always in one day:
can be sent and used! at home; all cases guaran-
tee. DR. POPPER, 318 Kearny st. -,
DBS. GOODWIN; specialty diseases of
women; ladies near or fir assured quick relief !
of disease; irregularities restored daily; safe cure
guaranted; no Instruments; home for patients;
best medical attendance; low fees; free; Drs. Send-
l der's pills and capsules warranted. 1 370 Market st.
MKS. DIL* WEGNER, 419 EDDY ST.-IKKEo"
ularities yured in one day; no instruments;
pills and safety capsules guaranteed; travelers at-
tended: no delay; private home for ladles.
A L FF: A U 'S FRENCH KILLS.
A boon to ladies troubled with irregularities;
no danger; safe aud sure; $2 50, express C. O. D.;
don't delay until too late. OSGOOD BROS., Oak-
land, Cal., agents for Aipeau et Cie.
B. AN D M Ks. DR. sch M i DT, FORMERLY
XJ of 121 1% Mission, now 1508 Market st.: month-
y irregularities cured in.a few hours; guaranteed;
110 instruments used; sure preventive.
money to loan. "
"I ST "and 2d MORTGAGES^ estates,
J-pianos,allmony ;any sum. M URPHY,62B Market.
TST72D OR CHATTEL MORTGAGE, PIANOS,
x estates, insurance, etc. SPECK'S. 30 Montgy.
8' 1 TO 11 PER CENT OFFERED ON GOOD
a firstmortgage security in prosperous farm-
J.i. county. CHAS. E. NAYLoR, 19 Montgomery.
lij^nn il(U\ LOAN BELOW BANK BATES
xjfiOxJXJ .yj\J\r . on stocks, bonds, mortgage: city
or country, S. D. hove v.t CO., 405 Montgomery.
VfONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGE OB COL-
-IxX laterals. JAS. E. DAMON, 303 Montgomery.
MUNICIPAL LOAN OFFICE, CROCKER
building, room 57; telephone Main 5122.
(*% MONEY on REAL-ESTATE SECURITY.
O . SHADKOEKNE JR. & CO.. 313 Montgy si.
ANY SUM OF MONEY ADVANCED - ON
your furniture, pianos or real estate; low rales;
call and state your proposition or write: opeu ;
evenings. J. NOONAN, 1021 Mission st.
ONANY SECURITY, A r"*LOW*RA"TES;DEAi> J
Ing confidential. 43 Crocker building.
Ml ■ V LOANED ON 3 E ELRYANDOTHER
valuables at the Security Loan Bank, 1106 |
Market st.. in*. Mason: private entrance 7 Turk.
ATTOKNKYS-AT-LAw7
ADVICE 1 T : i! . 1 lIVORC EL A WSASPECTAjL- i
jrVty; collections, damages, wills deeds, etc. G. W.
HOWE, Att'y-at-law, 850 Market st., cor.Stockton. '
WW. DA V l l »SON, ATT. ) KN Y-AT-LA W, I'JO
• California st.,'rms. 14-15; advice free.
JOHN K. AITKEN, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, RS.
16 and 17.402 Montgomery st., cor. California.
TYPEWRITERS . AND SUPPLIES.
TVI'EWKKI'EKs EOll' RENtTTm A' 'I INi .s
sold cheap, HANSON A CO.,Chronlcle 81d.r.88.
A "CALIGRAPH" WILL OUTLAST ALLOTII-
-.V ers. See NAYLOR, 19 Mty at., about 1 ; rents,
■ repairs, supplies Mimeographs; Installment terms.
* CITY REAL ESTATE. |
CI'OAA what A SNAP! 250x90 FEET: 10
(FClUlb lots. 25x90, in block O, Radroad Home-
stead Association: east side Orizaba st., from Lobos
to Minerva; 2 corners. CHAS. C. FISHER, 507
California st. ■ - •
7 _"__*_ COST "$6250: RENT $300 PER
«J)ZiIUU. annum; tenant pays water; Wash-
ington St., near Stockton: 2-story brick and base-
ment; lot 20x77:6; mortgage $1500, 7 per cent;
abstract of title at my office. CHAS. C. FISHER,
507 California st.
\\r ANTED— A NEAT COTTAGE OF 7 ROOMS',
»' price not exceeding $3000; also house of 7 or
8 rooms on Fell, Oak or Page sts., $5500 to $6000. ' »
Apply to C. 8. CAPP & CO., Real Estate Agents,
413 Montgomery st.
THOR SALE CHEAP.
J- $5000— House and lot on Minna st„ near Mis-
sion; contains 4 flats; renting for $50 per month;
size of lot 45x80; must be sold at once; $3000
mortgage can remain. Inquire of J. BROWN-
STONE, 11 Montgomery st., from 9a. m. to 12 m.
'C_ A A CASH, $750 ON TIME, BUYS LOT
tJpt/UU 25x120 feet on car line; vicinity Pine
st.: ready to build. SPECK'S, 30 Montgomery st.
•iOQ^A 3 NICE FLATS; MISSION; LOT
xs£uOxJ. 25x80 feet; rents $32 a month; worth
$4000: terms half cash. SPECK'S, 30 Montg. St.
**w *•>! _ CASH. BALANCE $11 A MONTH,
■.4P.__.UIJ buys modern 5 - room cottage; lot 60s
100 feet; on car line, SPECK'S, 30 Montgomery st.
IpOR SALE— TENEMENT HOUSE 18 ROOMS
X and lot; rents $38 per month: mortgage $1800
at 7 per cent; owner compelled to sell, must sell;
real value over $3000; lot 25x80; good location ;
make an offer. Address P. It., 34 Kissling st.
1 .) -rTxiJW COTTAGE OF* 4 ROOMS AND
XjLdO'l. bath; brick foundation; high basement;
lot 25x100. 258 Richland aye., Holly Park.
If AST OAKLAND HOUSE AND LOT; 100x140;
ii for sale or exchange for San Francisco vacant
lots or house and lot; line view ; 2 blocks to electric
cars. Address E. < '„ box 156, Call Branch.
I*OR SALE— 2-STORY HOUSE WITH STORE
XV 50x22; lot 25x84; $2200; 4825 Mission st.,
bet. China and Brazil. Inquire 735 McAllister st.
TAO YOU WANT A SUMMER HOME? .
See those beautiful lots at- Alto, Marin County;
only 40 minutes from city; price $150; easy terms.
JOOST A WOOLLEY, 4 New Montgomery St.
*i_ 1 "77wT~ HOUSE. 5 ROOMS; BARN, ETC.,
«JP± i UU. in Berkeley; lot 100x100, with creek.
$5250— House, 7 rooms; fine corner; 120x135,
Willi orchard. I
$1000-Fine corner; 40x100; macadamized; sloo
down, $100 yearly.
( has. A. BAILEY, 46 Market st., or Berkeley
station, Berkeley.
HOUSE AND 2 LOTS FOR SALE OR RENT;
$1500. Apply 307 First st. ■
UICK SALE OF LOTS; 1 OR 6 NORTH OF
the park, nr. Strawoerry Hill and the lake, to
De sold this week; cash or time. Room 12, Flood
building.
OAKLAND REAL ESTATE.
G»97^A MODERN COTTAGE: 5 ROOMS
tip.-- l»H'. and bath and high basement; lot 26_c
129; five minutes from Fourteenth and Broadway;
in fine neighborhood; small cash payment;
balance $25 per mouth. Including Interest. WlL-
liam J. DIM. I.E. 460-462 Eighth st., Oakland.
Ifl OR SALE-HOUSE AND LOT: $375; TERMS
F easy. LODGE & POWELL, Fruitvale station.
T OOK! $150- LOTS IN FRUITVALE ONLY
XX $1 cash and $1 a week; buy a home and save
your small earnings; the new railroad will double
values in Oakland. 11. B. PINNEY, 902 Broad-
way, Oakland. - *
Oil ')(!(! HOUSE.*, ROOMS, IN BERKELEY;
-$>X-l.xJxJ. lot 40..100: one-third cash.
$400— Lot 40x100: $50 down, $10 monthly; near
proposed railroad.
til as. A. BAILEY; Berkeley station, Berkeley.
"ffIjTKTwV~LoT 1 50x300, FRONTING ON TWO
tjp I OxJxJ. streets; house of 6 rooms: barn, well
and fruit trees; one block to a main thoroughfare
and electric cars cash loan of $1000 on this prop-
erty: must be sold, as owner is going away. H. M.
CAM in, 479 Ninth St., Oakland.
Q7XAA W. .1! 11 f OVER $10,000; ABEAU-
•tjp I OxJxJ. tiful home at a sacrifice; extralarge
lot, 100x125. Address E. E. BUNCE 1008 Broad-
way.
<Sil «n.(l CASI 1-5 ROOMS !AND BATH; A
O-A-UOU bargain: 25x100: close to local. WM.
P. TODD. KIPS Broadway. Oakland. ■
ALAMEOA REAL ESTATE.
(D»QAfI ALAMEI • A l_Tu!!tHNc7LOTs7~s2s
tJpOUU. cash; $10 monthly: 2 blocks to rail-
road station: if you want bargains see us quick.
MACDONALD, MOTT & CO., 1422 Park St., Ala-
meda.
A LAMBDA — BARGAINS; .BEAUTIFUL
-TV. homes tor sale and to rent, furnished or unfur-
nished; free teams at ollice, 1355 Park St., Sundays
and all limes to examine property. WILL BURN-
HAM A CO., 1355 Park St.; branch office, BURN-
II AM A MA R SI 1 CO., 428 Montgomery st. '-„;■- /■
L"OR SALE— LOT 150x207) WITH IM PROVE-
J. ments, consisting of house, ■ barn and large con-
mTiutory ; *»<yoiii_. lot on *n*tfiOiy*'new City Hb.ll is
now being constructed; has great' i prospective
value. CHAS. S. XKAL, Encinal Bang, I'ark st,
BERKELEY REAL ESTATE.
WURTB a- smith, i>wi< ;ht7way(Station.
>» Berkeley, Cal. ...
HARD TIME SNAPS IN BERKELEY.
$2400-$6OO cash; lot 50x130; cottage home;
beautiful yard ; 2 blocks from university ; taken for
debt.
$850— $180 cash: lot 50x130; 5-roomed house; 1
block from Dwight way; one-half original cost.
$450— One-half cash; large corner lot facing new
railroad: 3-iOOmed house; well and lank; furni-
ture; $100 worth of carpenter's tools; one-third of
cost: owner sick in San Francisco hospital.
$1400— B0; fine surroundings: elegant view;
the Choicest northwest corner of Berkeley; 2 blocks
from university.
$450— Lot 61x102, adjoining property held at $20
per front loot; near deaf and dumb asylum; fine
view. -'-'--
$250—40x116; South Berkeley by cars; one-half
price.
These properties are one-half price. ' 1
Please mention this paper.
' WURTS & SMITH, Dwight-way station, Berke-
ley, Cal.
<S. *> 7 HOUSE OF 6 ROOMS;* LOT 50x
(".-jltiu, 134:6, In the best part of Berkeley.
JOS. J. MASON, Dwight way station.
"KTEW BUILDING IN AN ORCHARD, TWO
XX blocks from station; a very pretty cottage of 6
rooms: lot 50x135. JOS. J. MASON* Dwight way
station.
5} I 5 MONTHLY -NEW 6-ROOM COTTAGE,
XO with mantel, bath, laundry, pantry; fenced;
sewered; lot 40x100: $1800. _•'. BOEGLE, 630
Market at.: W. C. MOI'.AN, Ixiriii.
ALAMEDA ROOKS AND HOUSES.
To IJI-.NT. NEW (OITAIU,:, 5 RdIUMSi^ALL
I. late Improvements; lawn; flowers; rent $20;
water free. 1432 Ninth st., Alameda.
COUNTRY REAL ESTATE.
J~~tT i - * • 1 1 1. ITT TIuTl dTngToffe RS
•J . In Sonoma County three of the finest tracts of
fruit land in the state in 3 subdivisions; on line of
railroad; terms easy; send for maps.
— _ . ,
99 J. ACRES, NEAR PLACERVILLE; ALL
• jLJA-tt first-class land; 4-room house, stock and
all tools; $3000.
22 acres, 3 miles from town, 40 miles north ; s-
room house, family orchard and vineyard, horse,
cow, poultry, and all farm implements; $2500.
320 acres, improved; good soil; 7 miles from San
Andreas; only $750; $320 can remain Indefinitely
at 7 per cent.
We have a number of . cozy homes, near by from
3 acres to 20 acres, and in price from $800 to
$2500.
BOVEE, TOY <fc CO., 19 Montgomery st.
**k 1 7AA 10 ACRES LEVEL LAND IN ALA-
*]DX I Xlxr. meda County; li/ acres. fruit; living
creek: house; barn; several chicken-houses and
duck pens: wagon; incubator; brooder, etc.
$1600— For sale or exchange for property In the
bay cities and will pay cash difference, 80 acres
good level land, 1 mile from county seat; 40 acres
cleared; 40 acres with large oaks ; no brush; small
house: good barn.
. $2500—21 acres, near VacaviUe; 10 acres bear-
ing trees and vines, balance planted this year; good
house, barn, etc.
$1750— 101,4 acres in Pajaro Valley; 7 acres
fruit, 3 acres timber; running water, fine for ducks
and geese; bouse, barn and chicken-house; 350
sacks potatoes and 25 of beans raised last year.
GAMAN & LYON. 215 Kearny st.
"1 A-ACRE POULTRY RANCH NEAR OAK-
JLU land: 2 horses, cows, Incubators, chickens,
ducks, geese, etc. ; $400. SPECK'S, 3O Montgomery.
For EXCHANGE— 47 ACRES PINE LEVEL
land, near Vacaxille; 1 acre bearing fruit ; 14
acres 4-year-o!d French prunes, fine condition ; 30
acres in grain: 2-story house, large barn, tank-
house, etc. price $8000; only owners need answer.
M. E. J., VacaviUe, Cab ,
< I 7^A 31 ACRES BEST FRUIT LAND IN
<JpL(>)U'. Portola Valley, 5 miles west of Red-
wood City; beautiful view; plenty of water: live-'
oak and madrone trees; best climate, no wind or
fog; is offered at this low figure fora few days
only. Address XV. it. WELCH, Redwood City.
Cal. ".".'■■•■ - ' ■_
SANTA CLARA VALLEY LANDS- WE HAVE
a large and well selected list of choice lands and
■ orchard homes In Santa Clara County. Our teams
are ready at ail times to show our properties. W.
j G. GRIFFITH, 17 North First st., San Jose, Cal.
1 MARIN* COUNTY-5000 ACRES 26 MILES
, XxX from San Francisco. . '~-">
'•/,', J RANCHO DE NOVATO.
.j' Tracts of any size desired; fruit, grain and vege-
■ table land; no Irrigation; both rail ■ and water
| transportation; $40 to $75 per. acre; easy terms.
. ; town of Novato: graded school, hotels arid stores
' on the property; send for circular. :
Dairy for sale with or without cows. "- ' >. '-*'
SYNDICATE -INVESTMENT COMPANY, 64
and 65, Chronicle building.
O MILKMEN AND DAIRY RANCHERS—
For sale a, dairy of about 60 cows and other
young stock, teams and fixtures complete; with au,
. established trade In this city, Oakland and Alameda ;
also lease of 700 acres of land at a low rental In
Alameda Countyfor pasturage, hay and vegetables;
• close by railroad and hay shipping; will be sold at
, a low price on account of sickness and Immediate
. possession. ALBERT E. CRANE.4IO Montgomery.
COUNTRY REAL ESTATE- Continued.
EDWIN K. TaTsiTpjTcoT" ~ 1
*..'"* ."; REAL ESTATE DEALERS, <
Sacramento and San Francisco. ,
COUNTRY LANDS A SPECIALTY. ,
Belmont lots for sale. The cheapest lots for the .
location, between San Francisco and San Jose; <
prices ranging from 16150 per lot upward; each lot <
40x100; terms, $10 down and $10 per month; 10 -
percent off for cash. • ' ' .' i
. EDWIN K. ALSIP & CO., _
9 Rotunda. Mills building. San Francisco. -
I -*"*• .
HOUSES to LET. *
»99^TEHAMATNEnTF^ -
J-i-U bath, $30; water free. ■-?:;:: ]
TO LET— HOUSE 6 ROOMS, BATH; WATER
free; $20. 1804 Stevenson, apply cor. grocery. J
j 1 ft 7 SCOTT— 2-STORY HOUSE, 7 ROOMS
JLU I and bath; water free; $30 per month. Ap-
ply O'FARRELL A 00., 11 Montgomery. "
8 -ROOM HOUSF., BATH; ARRANGED FOR *
2 families. 117 Hampton place, off F'olsom St., ',
bet. Second and Third. ' ': ,
90 TWENTY-THIRD ST., NEAR HAMP- ;
— O shire, new house; 6 rooms, bath and yard;
moderri Improvements: rent reduced to $18. .
SUNNY REAR HOUSE; 6 ROOMS, BATH,
O gag; $22,' with v, ater. 524*/ 2 Turk St.
"VTICEf HOUSE: 7 'ROOMS AND BATH. 17 '
-li Cu_ljiine,o#Fo!som, near Sixth.
UNNTfJ-abuSE, 12 ROOMS, FURNISHED;
stable and carriage house. 2612 Folsom st.
H~~ OUSES, FLATS, STORES, OF'FTCES, ALL
kinds of property to rent; furniture insured.
BALDWIN & HAMMOND, 10 Montgomery st.
4 TEN EM FJNTS, 3 AND 4 ROOMS EACH;
rent $9, $10, $11. 812 Jessie St.. near.Ninth.
~ FURNISHED HOUSES.
ml MINNaT~NR~NEW MONTGOMERY;
3 furnished house of 24 rooms; suitable for
lodging-house ; rent $65. BOVEFJ, TOY A CO., 19
Montgomery st.
KTTCE SUNNY FLAT: 5 ROOMS AN DEATH;
j-1 furnished or unfurnished. Apply 1306% Jack-
son st., from 10 a. m to 4 p. m,
FURNISHED FLATS.
Ir* OR^_DULTS^(SoMFORT^ le" roomsT~2
beds: bath; all conveniences; $25. 1917 Geary.
"VjTCFJLY FURNISHEDFLAT 5 ROOMS, BATH,
-Li plank yard, basement: rent reasonable. 327
Haight st.
COTTAGES TO LET.
Q-IQ BAY-WIT^nJOW^CC^TAGETXItOOMS
10. bath and basement. 33 Thirteenth st.
""VTEW COTTAGE, 5 ROOMS; LOT 25x100; USE
XX of 2 lots: large house for chickens: on Twenty-
fourth and Caroline sts.; would rent or lease for $5
a month. RALDWIN <fc HAMMOND, 10 Montgy.
<£_"] 9 COTTAGE; 5 ROOMS; WATER FREE;
xjPXjU. 109 Twenty-sixth, near Mission.
- flats to LET. '
Sunny~bay 7\\-ixdow^fi7at7^s~rooms~;
bath; $15. 117 Perry st., near Third.
djj LOWER FLAT* 3 ROOMS; YARD;
«tU> 4 . water; all separate; near the new power-
house; 1111 Elm aye. Inquire 1512 Golden Gate
avenue.
1"■ LEG ANT MIDDLE FLAT: 4 ROOMS, BATH;
A yard. 8 Shotwell St., near Fourteenth.
I ST I ' l X 1 1 1 ED-$25, 2213 JONES ST., 6
•J rooms and hath; $30, 2217 Jones, 7 rooms and
hath; marine view. ASHTON & GARDNER, 411
Montgomery st.
99 Rh~ SONNY FLAT: 5 ROOMS, BATH.
*S> jiijU .OxJ. 1216 Scott, near Eddy.^
BEAUTIFUL SUNNY CORNER FLAT; 1912
F'illmore St.; 7 rooms and bath; rent very low;
don't fail to examine this. BURNHAM-MARSH
CO., 428 Montgomery st.
BEAUTIFUL WESTERN ADDITION FLAT:
1511 Jackson St.; 6 rooms and hath: marine
view; j rent low to good tenant BURNHAM-
MARSH CO., 428 Montgomery st.
TjiLEGANT BUNNY I' _ FLAT, 7 ROOMS
XzJ and bath. 2411 Howard st.
IP.LAT, 6 ROOMS AND BATH. 11 i*_ TURK
St., bet. Laguna and Buchanan.
FLAT _ _ ROOMS AND BATH; $16. SE. COR.
Twenty-sixth and Bartlett sts.
FINE SUNNY CORNER FLAT, 4 LARGE
rooms: suitable for doctor's office; NW. cor.
Sixteenth and Valencia sts. Apply L. A. SOUC <fc
CO., 465 and 467 Valencia st.
ffljl 9 FLAT 4 ROOMS; WATER FREE;
»UP-s- — large cellar; 1209 Bush st. Apply at
1209 a Bush st. _^ ; .
Ip LAT 4 ROOMS AND BATH; GAS, HOT
' water. Apply 420 Lilly aye.
4"! ft WALLER, NEAR FILLMORE— S SUNNY
*±JLLf rooms and bath, $16; also 410b, partly fur-
nished, $15, newly painted.
99 1 A* I ORE-FLAT 7 ROOMS; BATH;
_ ** ****'-• 50. ';:*/
9 SUNNY FLATS; 4 ROOMS; BATH. 6 BY-
•—t ingtou St., off Webster, near Ellis.
T PPER FLAT OF 4 ROOMS AND BATH, $14;
"xJ 235*/ Hickory aye. Apply 523 Fell st.
£kxx~X NATOMA.-FLAT OF. m SUNNY. ROOMS,
OU with stable: rent $14. _„-,-.
"1 QQ ROSE AYE.— FLAT"OF 3 ROOMS; SUN-
JLOO ny side: hall; rent $11.
Ci~\tQ WEBSTER— NFJW UPPER SUNNY COR-
U--LO ncr flat; latest improvements; rent cheap.
UPPER FLAT-5 ROOMS, BATH; WITH
piano. 1335 Union st.
•ft 11 *^fl * ROOMS. 135 IVY AYE., NEAR
xSJXX.QxJ. Van Ness aye.
UNNY UPPER .I'LAT; 5 ROOMS; $12; 32
O Clementina st.
TO LET— NEW FLAT OF 4 ROOMS AND
bath ; all modern improvements. NE. corner of
Twentieth and Capp sts.
Q9/J FLORIDA' 'ST.— MODERN FLAT OF' 5
xJ£j~X rooms and bath; rent $18..
1"< LEGANT FLAT; 5 ROOMS; BATH; SUN IN
-J every room $29. 16 Grove st., near City Hall.
<>9X ELEGANT SUNNY FLAT, OPPTjEF"-
-»jp-«^0. ferson sq. 925 Golden Gate av.,nr. Lamina.
lie".? FOLSOM-ST., 3 ROOMS $10 00
c'lll 421 Ivy a"ye., 4 r00m5..... 12 00
1736 Stevenson. 6 rooms and bath 15 00
776 Stevenson, 6 rooms and bath 17 50
1301 Castro, 6 rooms and bath 17J50 ;
789 Height, 7 rooms and bath 20 00 1
1341 Powell, 6 rooms and hath 3100
For further particulars apply to DAVID STERN
A SONS, 323 Montgomery st." •.— •:;":..
A* EKY DESIRABLE UPPER F'LAI OF 6
V rooms and bath ; rent reasonable; 14 Metcalfe
place, off Geary st., between Mason and Taylor.
Apply G. 11. UMRSEJN A CO., 14 Montgomery st.
•ft 1 A LOWERFITvT: 5 ROOMS AND BATHi
tIP-i.'x. separate yard ; sunny, new and clean. 214
Chattanooga st, near Twenty-third.
1* LEG ANT NFJW FLATS, SEVENTH ST..
_ below Bryant— s and 6 rooms: bath; $10, $17,
UNNY FLATS— 4 AND 5 ROOMS; BATH;
0 $12 and $13. 1249 Eighteenth.
Ct__S=» A. WEEK'S NEWS FOR 5 CENTS— THE
L*~*** WEEKLY CALL, in wrapper, for mailing.
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS.
Q/'»Q MISSK.iN-3 LARGE SUNNY ROO.MS
OUO furnished complete for housekeeping cheap.
"7*l "I WEBSTER— AND KITCHEN
1 JLJL furnished or unfurnished for housekeeping.
Q9/» LARKIN— 2 OR 3 SUNNY ROOMS; FUR-
O^-U nished complete for housekeeping.
~A J(j MINNA-FRONT AND BACK PARLOR*
jtXO kitchen: first floor; furnished housekeeping.
9 F-URNISHED OR UNFURNISHED ROOMS
■£j for housekeeping. 228 Seventh st.
1 n9'Z~ Mlss lON-ROOM FC~i - HOUSE KEE
-LU^oring; also single room, $4 month. :-..■-''.
C (Y) WASHINGTON — SUNNY UNF U R-
OU__J nished housekeeping rooms; running water.
a 99 THIRD— SUNNY FRONT FURNISHED i
— — housekeeping suites, $8, $9; single sl, $1 50.,
l'J'.) SEVENTH— FURNISHED FRONT SUN-
IOO ny housekeeping rooms adjoining; cheap.
1 Q THIRD — SUNNY HOUSF-KEF-PING
-L"±o rooms complete; first floor; bath and gas.
"J 7 SCOTT, NEAR HAIGHT— UPPER HALF;
-L I private; 4 rooms; bath: furnished.
4OQ JESSIE, REAR MINT— FRONT ROOM,
OO use kitchen; single rooms; cheap.- *■'.■.:
"1 SOUTH PARK — 2 WELL-FURNISHED
ID cor. housekeeping rooms; very cheap.
9 AND 4 UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR HOUSE-
-. keeping; $6 and $8. 13 Zoe St., off Bryant.l
OR 9 SUNNY BAY-WINDOW ROOMS; FUR-
nished for housekeeping. 501-^ Sixth st. '
1 Ql d. PAGE, NEAR LYON, OVERLOOKING
JLOXtr the park— 3 furnished rooms, with con-
servatory, complete for housekeeping.
"rjCXO ELLIS-FRONT AND BACK PARLORS;
I XJxJ kitchen, laundry and yard. ,
79> BRANNAN, ABOVE SIXTH— SUNNY.
i'JiO kitchen and bedroom furnished; $8.
«> PEARL, COR. MARKET, OPP. OCTAVIA—
0 Well-furnished parlor, alcove room and connect-'
ing kitchen; running water; $16. .. .
2,\ ,\ SIXTH-NICELY FURNISHED SUNNY
Tttfc front and back housekeeping suites cheap. \
iftQ ELLIS— 2 DESIRABLE SUNNY ROOMS,
otUO complete for housekeeping; central.
QA A FOLSOM-FU RNISHF.D AND UNFUR-
Ul" nished housekeeping; also storage.
d£l 7 4 ROOMS, BATH AND STABLE. AP-
<J)jL % . ply 2643 Bryant aye., nr. Twenty-fourth.'
AO SEVENTH, NEAR MARKET— 4 , SUNNY
T-U housekeeping rooms; second story; rent low.
99^t7i"iRD" ST.-CHEAP HOUSEKEEPING
_£__.U rooms, double and single rooms and yard.
1 Q9fi MISSION — SUNNY BAY-WINDOW
_LO-_jU front room, with kitchen; rent moderate.
t\AQ MINNA — FURNISHED ROOMS ,FOR
OttU housekeeping; large yard. "
e~»9Q HOWARD-SUNNY FRONT AND.OTHER
'— • ) double aud single rooms: reasonable.
___.!_-_ JESSIE, REAR MINT— NICELY FUR-.
■afjiU nished single room for gentleman. *
"I Oc GUY PLACE, OFF FIRST, -NR. HARRL
JLU son— Large sunny unfurnished room.
m" EIGHTH— UNFURNISHED SIN-
XXtr gle room ; references.
OOMS TO LET— FRONT SUITE. SUNNY
and elegantly •' furnished ; all | modern . conve-
niences; desirable for two. ; 42 Turk St., one block
from Baldwin Hotel. . - - : ;
ROOMS TO LET.
<& J"*. N ICE NNY ROOMS FOR HOUSE- I ?
xJpO. keeping for 2 persons. 48 Oak st.
OOK FIFTH ST.-CLEAN, SUNNY FUR- ?
OjUO nished single rooms $5, or double $S to $15. j
SACRAMENTO— FURNISHED ROOMS, •
000 with or without board. MRS. E. D. DAVIS. <
XO9 POLK— FLAT _ ¥ _ LARGE SUNNY " UN- J
OOj^ furnished rooms; yard. ,
"I 99 TAYLOR — ELEGANTLY FURNISHED *
X jii^i large sunny rooms. -
91 A FELL— I LARGESUNNY FRONTROOM; 1
■*-•'-**-^t also single; cheap: bath.
70-1 HOWARD, . COR. THIRD— FINELY ,
•.XJ-± furnished front sunny single and double
rooms. ';•"-.•-'• .-,..-• -i---'*': >-'.' -r-: ■ ■' -. t''- ' ;.._ -,
"1 "I X A SIXTH, COR. MINNA— NICELY FUR- ;
XXO nished sunny rooms; also housekeeping.
91 XI SIXTH— NICELY FURNISHED
--iXO-j front room; $5. ■;■;: '
i 90s VALPARAISO — NICE SUNNY FUR- ,
OxJ nished front room ; cheap, \".
U9 j A MARKET— FRONT _ AND BACK
O--JX rooms reasonable. I
7(iO ELLIS— NICE sunny ROOMS, newly
* XJxJ furnished; en suite or single. - --h' '
Rftrj MINNA, COR. EIGHTH— NICELY FUR-
Xl\) i nished bay-window rooms; $1 week.
"1 090 DUPONT, COR. CHESTNUT—
J.O--.O furnished room.
({9l -SE V TEE NTH — LARGE BEDROOM ; :
XJ-J use dining-room, kitchen ; $10; gas; bath.
7] X LARKIN— F-URNISHED ROOM; •
• XO sun all day; running water; gas.
1 07 SEVF.NTH — FURNISHED ROOMS; 81
XO I per week and up; also transient. rl; :
•pHE SHERMAN APARTMENT-HOUSE; 129
J- new sunny rooms; strictly respectable; half
price of best hotels with equal accommodations;
very central. 28 Eighth St., near Market. -.*. -
ARLINGTON HOUSE, 127 KEARNY— PLEAS-
JX ant sunny rooms, en suite and single; class
In every respect ; terms reasonable.
XAI JESSIE, COR. SIXTH — ELEGANTLY
OXJX furnished parlor and housekeeping rooms.
"Y7-OSEMITE HOUSE, 1045 MARKET, BFJT.
X Sixth and Seventh— Single and suites; per
night. 85c to $1; week. $1 50 to $5; families.
JS BOARDING AND ROOMS.
£".91 POST, opp. the" ol_ysip!c~~club^
OZ.X Front room, with fine board for one or two;
reasonable.
"VTICELY FURNISHED SUNNY ROOMS,
-Li with board; also table board. 502 PoweU st.,
cor. Sutter.
HE § i lES FORD, COR. STOCKTON AND
X Bush sts.; established 13 years; quiet and select
family hotel; all modern conveniences and luxu-
ries; table highest class; sunny suites $70 to $100
per month; sunny single rooms $35 to $50 per
month; transient $1 60, $2 and $2 50 per day; the 1
only first-class downtown family hotel. WILLIAM
CHAMBEBLIN. Proprietor.
CHILDREN BOARDED.
*P ESPECTABLE COUFLE^WWLD^TIKiTa.
XL baby to care for: living in the warm belt of the
Mission; terms reasonable. C_.ll 621 York St., bet.
Eighteenth and Nineteenth.
UNNY EfOME FOR CHILDREN; ALL AGES;
$8 to $10 month. 20 Eleventh st.
STORES TO LET.
TOREwrnTS'sHo^^ ;
rooms. 1802 Howard st.
9Q CLEMENTINA— STORE WITH 4 ROOMS;
—■> O cheap rent; key 23. .'.:> i
STORE, 220% LEAVENWORTH, BET. TURK
and Eddy: rent, very low. BURNHAM-
MARSH COMPANY, 428 Montgomery.
CORNER STORE— 4~ROOM STABLE; $15.
1022 Twenty-fourth St., cor. Vicksburg.
LEGAL NOTICES.
OTICE TooßEDl'l 'oßs-ESTaTe\)Fcath-
Ia i-.l'.l.N'E SPANGLER, deceased. Notice is
hereby given by the undersigned, Timothy P. Ri.-r-
-dan ami Nathaniel Hallinan, executors of the
will of CATHERINE SPANGLER, deceased, to
the creditors of and all persons having claims
against the said deceased, to exhibit them with the
necessary vouchers within four months after the
first publication of this notice, to the said execu*.
tors at the law office of A. 11. LOUGHBOROUGH;
at No. 507 Montgomery street. in the city and j
county of San Francisco, State of California, the '
same being their place for the transaction of the
business of the said estate. TIMOTHY I. RIOR- !
DAN" and NATHANIEL HALLLNAN, executors
01 the will of CATHERINE SPANGLER, de- ;
ceased.
Dated March 5, 1895.
A. 11. LOUGHBOROUGH, Attorney for executors. ■
RECEIVER'S SALE OF PERSONAL PROP-
erty at public auction— Notice is hereby given i
that by virtue of an order of sale made and issued
oat Of the Superior Court of Santa Clara County,
CaL, on the Ist day of March, 1895, in the matter j
of the Insolvency of ISADORE LABELL, an in-
solvent debtor, now pending in said court, the un- I
dersigned, the receiver appointed In said insol- !
vency proceedings, hereby offers for sale at public j
auction all of the property hereinafter mentioned 1
belonging to the estate of said insolvent, now In
Said receiver's possession, In store at the northwest '
corner of Second and San F*eruando sts., in the city
of san Jose. Said property consists of a full line j
of dress goods, dry goods, men's and boys' furnish-
ing goods, men's and boys' hats, shoes and store
fixtures, amounting to' as' per inventory, $13,-
-275 20. ,
The above-mentioned property may he inspected
any time during business hours and up to the hour
of sale by applying at the Sheriff's office of Santa
Clara County.
Said sale will take place on tho premises at the
N W. corner of Second and San Fernando streets, in
the city of San Jose, in said county ami State, on
Saturday, the 16th day of March, 1895, at 11
o'clock a. m. of that day.
Said property will be sold as a whole or in three
separate parcels, as the receiver may deem most
expedient and for the best interests of the creditors
of said estate. .— .-•. -.-. -.*■.■
.1. H. DON*. Receiver of the Estate of ISA-
DORFJ LABELL, an Insolvent debtor.
JOHN E. RICHARDS and JOHN" G. JURY, At-
torneys for receiver.
Dated San Jose this 2d day of March, 1895.
/i IT and county treasury, > A f*ran-
!VJ cisco, March 1, 1895.— 1n compliance with the
I provisions of Section 5 01 Order 1598 -of the Board
of Supervisors, approved September 15, 1880, there
will be sold at public auction by E. S. SPEAR A
1 ' CO. at their salesrooms, 31-33 Sutter street, on
MONDAY', April 1, 1895, at 1 o'clock P. M., sundry
articles of stolen, lost and unclaimed property
recovered by the police force of San Fran, as
detailed in an inventory thereof on file in the office
of the clerk of the Board of Supervisors, and con-
sisting of Jewelry, wearing apparel, pistols, knives, i
etc. Open for inspection on morning of sale.
J.H. WIDBER.
City and County Treasurer.
DELINQUENT SALE NOTICES...
DELINQUENT 1 "SALE NOTICE - GOLDEN
Eagle Mlmng Company— Location of principal
place of business, san Francisco, California; loca-
tion of works, Devils Gate Mining District, Lyon
County, Nevada.
Notice— There are delinquent upon the following
described stock, on account of assessment (No. 1),
levied on the Bth day of January, 1895, the
several amounts set opposite the names of the re-
spective shareholders, as follows: '
No.
Names. No. Cert. Shares. Amount.
Morris Hoeflich...; 5 10,000 $1,500
H. M. Levy, Trustee 7 20,000 3,000 00
H. M. Levy, Trustee jr. 8 1,000 150
H. M. Levy, Trustee 9 1,000 150 00
11. M. Levy, Trustee 10 1,000 15000
H. M. Levy, Trustee 11 1,000 150 00
H. M. Levy, Trustee 12 500 75 00
E. B. Holmes, Trustee 18 20,000 3,000 00
FJ. B. Holmes, Trustee 19 7,900 1,185 00
E.B. Holmes, Trustee 20 995 149 25
And in accordance with law, and an order from
the Board of Directors, made on the eighth day of
January, 1895, so many shares of each parcel of
I such stock as may be necessary, will be sold at pub-
J lie auction at the office of the company, room 50,
Nevada Block, No. 309 Montgomery street, San
I Francisco, California, on MONDAY, the fourth
j day of March, 1895, at the hour of 2 o'clock v. v.
| of said day, to- pay said delinquent assessment
i thereon, together with costs of advertising and ex-
penses of sale.
E. B. HOLMES. Secretary.
Office— 50, Nevada Block. No. 309 Uont>
Koniery street, San Francisco, California.
POSTPONEMENT.
Notice is hereby given that by order of the Board
of Directors the date of the sale of delinquent stock
for assessment No. 1 Is hereby postponed to MON-
DAY, the 25th day. of March, A. D. 1895, at the
same time and place.
E. B. HOLMES, Secretary.
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Dentists.
cT"e."~"5h_AK FT D__STr?L*CTIB_-E
teeth-LATEST INVENTlON— Especially for
bridge work; positively guaranteed never to break;
any patient once seeing them will admit, this is the
tooth most wanted; also DR. BLAKE'S enameled
platinum crowns; no display of gold.
THE HIGHEST ART IN DENTISTRY.
Prices moderate. Office 405 Sutter, nr. Stockton.
NY TOOTH FILLED OR EXTRACTED
painlessly by my secret method without dan-
gerous cocaine or gas; won 8 first prizes; prices rea-
sonable; work warranted: all operations expertly
done: remember I have removed from 6 to 20
O'Farrell St. DR. GEORGE XV. LEEK.
BEAUTIFUL ALUMINUM-LINED set of
artificial teeth, $10, former price $30; for a
short time only. DR. W. P. COOL, 22 Kearny st. '
ROOME DENTAL ASSOCIATION, 759 MAR-
ket, bet. 3d and 4tn, gas specialists: only reli-
I able agent for paimess extraction: artificial teeth
frmsft; fillings from $1; extracting 50c, with gas 81.
DR. REA. 9 SIXTH ST.; ALL DENTAL WORK
at lowest prices ana warranted; open evenings.
»7 A SET FOR TEETH: WARRANTED AS
•tip I good as can be mode; filling $1. DR. SIMM-.,
dentist, 930 Market St., next Baldwin Theater.
ALL WORK REASONABLE AND WARRANT-
ed. DR. J. W. KEY, 1122 Market st.
DR. H. G. YOUNG. (BRIDGES AND TEETH
without plates a specialty. 1841 Polk st.
DR. J. jTIiEEK. 1 FIFTH ST.; OPEN EVEN-
Ings and Sundays until noon.
DR. LUDLUM HILL, 1443 MARKET ST.,
near Eleventh; no charge for extracting when
plates are made; old plates made over like new;
teeth from $8 per set: extracting 50c; gas given.
/AOLTON DENTAL ASSOCIATION. 806 MAR-
U ketst. DR. CHARLES W. DECKER. -* ■• v.-*
_________ _____
FINANCIAL.
ANON^sX^TFIt'CNCJ^COREAL
estate. . XV. J. GUNN, 410 Montgomery st.
PERSONALS.
iT^OLN^iwS^nfsiXTlfsT^ SELL-
ing new cheese, 5c lb: fresh eggs, 15c dozen;
fresh butter, 20c a roll : 10-lb sack cornmeal, 25c:
10-lb sack oatmeal, J's.-; picnic hams. 8-^-30 lb;
finest sugar-cured hams, 10c lb; macaroni, 25c »
box; rice, 30 As for $1 ; prunes, 25 lbs for $1; HI
cans table apricots, $1: 20 cans sardines, $1 ; 10
cans best bun, 81; 10-11. can of lard, $1; 15 cans
tomatoes, $1; 10 cans sugar corn, $1: 12 cans
oysters, $1 ; flour, 65c a sack: -1 v. coffee, $1. LIN-
COLN BROS., cash grocers, 226 Sixth St., bet-
Howard and F'olsom. '
COCKATOOS-TWO AUSTRALIAN COCKA-
toos for sale. 1919 a Mason.
CARD TABLES AND OFFICE DESKS. 211
Post st. ; basement; repairing.
STEAM ELECTRIC BATHS FOR - LADIES
and gentlemen, 110*/ 3 Stockton st., room 1.
WILL THE PARTIES THAT OCCUPIED THE
xl cell with JAMES VINCENT when he died.
October 24, 1886, please call at room 102, 103 Phe-
lan building, third floor, and they will be compen-
; sated for the trouble.
OST— CERTIFICATE NO. 25 FOR 5 SHARES
capital stock Golden State Land Company,
Issued in name of MRS. M. GRUBER, dated July
1890. Finder will return to office of corpora-
tion, room 39, Flood building.
I A test" DANCE MUSIC FOR - PARTIES;
J 1 $1 50. 1424 Greenwich st.
ADVICE FREE; DIVORCE LAWS A SPECIAL*
tv; collections, damages, wills, deeds, etc. G. W.
HOWE, Att'y-at-law, 850 Market., cor. Stockton.
/ ' LOAKS, APES AND FURS RETAILED AT
V^ manufacturers' cost. ] 20 Sansome st., upstairs.
MISFIT' PARLORS WILL REMOVE MARCH
Ist to 14 Geary St., three doors above Kearny.
A NNULLMENT OF MARRIAGE AND Dl 7
J^X vorce; legal everywhere. Address P. O. box
2263, San Francisco U. S. Divorce Bureau.
KINETOSCOPES FOR SALE; PHONOGRAPH
outfits bought for cash. Bacigalupi, 946 M'k't.
REWARD— TO THE YOUNG LADY AND
elderly gentleman who saw a lady fall and
break her arm at the ferry on October 22, 1894, if
they will send their address to HAIGHT, 220 San-
some St., S. F.
"WALTZ IN THREE LESSONS; ARTISTIC
x x dances for parlor or stage taught dally at IR-
VINE'S, 927 Mission St., opposite U. S. Mint.
THE ORIENTAL— 6IS TAYLOR ST., NEAR
Sutter: newly furnished family hotel ; cleanest
In the city; superior French lady cook.
DVTCE l-'REFJ :LE< (ALAND PRIVATE MAT*
ters. People's Law Ofltoe-888 Market.McCAßE.
WEDDING INVITATIONS ]■; M , p. A VF.DAND
tf printed. ROBERTSON'S, 126 Post st.
COOK-BOOKS AT ROBERTSON'S, 126 POST
street.
OLD BUILDINGS BOUGHT AND SOLD,
store-fixtures, doors, windows, lumber, pipe,
etc.; cheap. Yard 1166 Mission st.. nr. Eighth.
"\YTE COULDN'T DO THE BUSINESS WE'RE
I x x doing if prices were not right.
Carpets, new and second hand, from 25c up
oak Bed Sets $17 50 up
Mattings, per yard 7c up
Linoleum, per yard 50 o
Kitchen Chairs J". :
Kitchen Tables $150
EVERYTHING IN PROPORTION.
Largest stock and store in the city; lowest
prices; easy terms, if ...sired.
J. NOONAN", 1017-1019-1021-1023 Mission St.,
above Sixth. Open evenings.
eiJCOND-HAND AS WELL AS NEW BARS,'
k? showcases, counters, shelvings, n.i.r or-:, desks,
safes, chairs, scales, etc., and a very large stock of
them, too; be sure and see stock and get. prices be-
fore going elsewhere. J. NOONAN, 1017-1019-
-1021-1023 Mission St., above Sixth.
/ias FIXTURES AND PLUMBING. 62JJ
l_T Golden Gate uve. H. HUFBCHMIDT.
PACIFIC STATES -DETECTIVE AGENCY, 2O
Ellis st., rtiis. 1 A 2; telephone, main 5506, S. F.
PIANO LESSONS, 25c HALF-HOUR; GER*
man lady. 11_:6 Howard st.
LD GOLD, SILVER, GENTS' AND LADIES'
clothing bought. COLMAN, 41 Third st.
ENDOW SHADES MANUFACTURED TO
xl order by WILLIAM Mri'll UN. 1195 Market.
TRUSTEES* SALES.
TRUSTEES' SALE- IN ACCORDANCE WITH
the terms and under the authority of a cer-
tain Deed of Trust, duly executed by RICHARD
McCANN and JOHN 11. McKAY, parties or
the first part, to HENRY C. - CAMPBELL and
THADDEUS B. KENT, Trustees, parties of
the second part, ami the SAN FRANCISCO
SAVINGS UNION, party of the third part,
I dated October 31st, 1883, an.l recorded in the
office of the County Recorder of the County
of Fresno, State of California. in Liber 114 of
j Deeds, at pages 124 and following: and in pursu-
i ance of a.resolution passed ou the 22d day of No-
vember, 1894, by the Board of Directors of said
SAN FRANCISCO SAVINGS UNION, a corpora-
I tion, and the holder of the note (No. 12,010), to se-
cure payment of which the aforesaid Deed of Trust,
: was executed, declaring that default bad been made
I in the payment of the principal sum i.nd other
I sums, due under said note and idol Trust, and
; requesting and directing said HENRY C. CAMP-
j BELL and THADDEUS B. KENT, Trustee**, to
• sell the real estate described therein to satisfy said
i Indebtedness. ." -
We, HENRY C.CAMPBELL and THADDEUS
B. KENT, Trustees, do hi i "by give notice, that on
j TUESDAY, the sth day of Mnrch. A. D. 1895, at
I 12 o'clock jr. of that day, and a: tho Auction Sales
Room of Easton, Eldridge 4 Co., No 6JIB Market
I street, in the City and County of Sa:t Francisco,
State of California, we will sell at public ruction, to
the highest bidder, for cash In Gold Coin 01 the
United States, all the piece or parcel of land situ-
ate in the County of Fresno, State of California, do-
scribed as follows, to wit:
According to the Official Plats and System of
Surveys of the Government of the United States :
In Township Seventeen (17) South, Ranee Nine-
teen (19) East, Mount Diablo Base and Meridian:
Of Section Two (2): the Northeast quarter (NFL
14), containing one hundred and sixty (160) acres
of land, more or less. . . ,
Together with the appurtenances.
TERMS OF* SALE— In Gold Coin of th«
United States; ten percent payable to the under-
Btgned on the fall of the hammer, balance on deliv-
ery of deed; and if not so paid, unless for want of
title (ten days being allowed for search), then said
ten cent to be forfeited and the sale to be void.
Acts of sale at purchaser's expense.
HENRY C. CAMPBELL, >-(._„,„-
TEADDRUS B. KENT. / ln - slecs *
TBUSTFJES' SALE— IN ACCORDANCE WITTS.
the terms and under the authority of a cer-
tain Deed of Trust, duly executed by JESSE
IL. FARRAR, party of the first part, to
! HENRY C. CAMPBELL and THADDEUS
I B. KENT, Trustees, parties of the second part,
; and the SAN FRANCISCO SAVINGS UNION,
I party of the third part, dated February 17,
1893, and recorded In the office of the County
I Recorder of the County of Tulare, State of Cali-
-1 fornia, in Liber 10 of Trust • Deeds, at page*
261 and following; and In pursuance of a resolu-
tion passed on the 20th day of December, 1894, by
the Board of Directors of said SAN* FRAN* >
SAVIN. IS UNION, a Corporation, and the bolder of
the note (No. 12,283) to secure payment of which
the aforesaid Deed of Trust was executed, declar-
ing that default bad been made In the payment of
the principal sum and other sums, due under said
note and Deed of Trust, and requesting and direct-
ing said HENRY C. CAMPBELL and THAD-
DEUS B. KENT, Trustees, to sell the real estate
described therein to satisfy said Indebtedness.
We, HENRY C. CAMPBELL and THADDEUS
B. KENT, Trustees, do hereby give notice that on
TUESDAY, the Sth day of March, a. D. 1895, ac
12 o'clock M. of that day, and at the Auction Sales-
room of EASTON, ELDRIDGE A CO., No. 638
Market street. City and County of San Francisco,
State of California, we will sell at public auction, to
the highest bidder, -for cash in gold coin of tha
United States, all the pieces or parcels of land situ-
ate in the County of Tulare, State of California, de-
scribed as follows, to wit:
According to the Official Plats and System of
Surveys of the Government of the United States:
In township twenty-one (21) south, range twenty-
four (24) east, Mount Diablo base and meridian: .
Of section nineteen (19); the fractional south
half of the southwest quarter (frae. S. % of S\V.
1/1); and i
Of section thirty (30); the north half of the
northeast quarter (N. % of NE. Vi) ;
Containing in all one hundred and fifty-six and
eighteen one-hundredths (156.18) acres of land,
more or less. '
Together with the appurtenances.
TERMS OF' SALE— in gold coin of the
United States; ten percent payable to the under-
signed on the fall of the hammer; balance on de-
livery of deed ; and if not bo paid, unless for want
of title (ten days being allowed for search) theu
said ten per cent to be forfeited and the sale to bo
void. Acts of sale at purchaser's price.
HENRY 6. CAMPBELL, 1 Tru ..„ M
THADDEUS B. KENT, / lrustces
TRUSTEES' SALE-IN ACCORDANCE WITH
the terms and under the authority of a cer-
tain deed of trust, duly executed by F. O.
OAKES, HENRY H. FRANCISCO. J. L.
HOWELL and XV. P. t WATT'S, parties of
the first part, to HENRY C. CAMPBELL and
THADDEUS B. KENT, trustees, parties of
the second part, and the SAN FRANCISCO
SAVINGS UNION, party of the third part,
dated March 4, 1890, and recorded in the office of
the County Recorder of the county of Tulare, State
of California, in Liber 7 of Deeds, at pages 226 and
following: and in pursuance of a resolution passed
on the 13th day of December, 1894, by the board
of directors of said SAN" FRANCISCO SAVINGS
UNION, a corporation, and the holder of tbe note
) (No. 10,062), to secure payment of which the afore-
said deed of trust was executed, declaring that de-
fault had been made in the payment of the principal
sum and other sums, due under said note and deed
of trust, and requesting and directing said
HENRY C. CAMPBELL and THADDEUS B.
KENT, trustees, to sell the real estate described
therein to satisfy said indebtedness.
We, HENRY C. CAMPBELL and THADDEUS
B. KENT, trustees, do hereby give notice that on
TUESDAY, the Sth day of March, A. D. 1895. at
12 o'clock it. of that day, and at the auction sales-
room of EASTON. ELJ3RIDGE A CO., No. 6.'8
Market street, In the city and county of San Fran-
cisco, State of California, we will sell at publta
auction, to the highest bidder, for cash in gold coin
of the United States, all the piece or parcel Of land
situate in the county of Tulare, described as fol-
lows :
According to the official plats and system- of
surveys of the Government of the United "States:
In township twenty-two (22) . south, range
twenty-seven (27) .east, Mount Diablo base and
meridian;
Of section nine (9) the west half (W. xA); the
southeast quarter (SE. Vi) ; and the south half of
the northeast quarter (S. y-\ of N E. Vi) ;
- Containing five hundred and sixty (560) acres of
land, more or less.
Together with the appurtenances.
TERMS OF* SALE— in gold coin of the
United States; 10 per cent payable to the under-
signed on the fall of the hammer, balance on de-
livery of deed; an.l if not so paid, unless for want
! of title (10 days being allowed for search), then
said 10 per cent to be forfeited and the sale to be
void. Acts of sale at purchaser's expense.
HENRY C. CAMPBELL, i... ,. M
-*mi.n**i» ».-ir_.."«*i>. 1 trustees.
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