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TO~ SELL A BUSINESS OF ANY KIND
quick for cash see STRAND * CO., 45 Third st.
QlF.fj SALOON, WITH 3 LIVING-ROOMS;
ilptrUU. good trade; no opposition: situated be-
tween large factories, see STRAND&CO.,4S Third.
BARGAIN— OLD-ESTABLISHED CHOP-
bouse and coffee parlor for sale at a sacrifice;
Dwner has other business. STRAND, 45 Third s.
Hit 9Xo TAILORING BUSINESS ; GRAND
«H;^rOv/. location; good trade; .bargain on < ac-
count of departure. STRAND & CO., 45 Third st.
Gift F. A' RESTAURANT: BEST LOCATION
«U>UUU. on Market St.: great bargain; on ac-
count of departure. STRAND & CO., 45 Third st.
SALOON, NEAR 4 THEATERS; CLEARS $150
month; make offer. STRAND, 45 Third st.
1 f\(\ BAKERY; NO. 1 LOCATION; 3
«ID-1--L . rooms; cheap rent ; good,paying place;
See STRAND A CO., 45 Third st.
fICA CORNER BRANCH BAKERY; 3
tjp-l c>v/. rooms; good-paying. STRAND, 45 Third
©99' CIGAR-STAND: SELECT STOCK;
*g)£/LiO.. fine fixtures; best location on Market
St.; cheap rent; bargain. STRAND CO., 45 3d st.
(JIjrKA GROCERY AN D BAR; FULL VALUE
i&OO\). in sight; 3 rooms: rent $20; owner
same place 5 years; a mint. STRAND, 45 Third.
ROLL, SI EX BERG & CO., 719 MARKET,
-t near Third, sell or exchange businesses, fur-
nished houses, orchards, vineyards, San Francisco,
Alameda and Oakland property; send particulars;
all applications for sales promptly attended to.
Will exchange for house and lot in San i ranclsco,
a beautiful country home in Contra Costa County
price $6000. PROLL. STENBERG .fc CO., 7J.9
Market st. ■■
■Y\TK CAN SELL YOU OUT AT SHORT NO-
" lice; try us. PROLL, STENBERG & CO.,
719 Market St. . ■ ■
C2l &firi RARE OPPORTUNITY TO BUY
O i-O\J\J . first-class staple fancy grocery; dally
receipts $25 to $30: full investigation; sell invoice.
PROLL & STENBERG, 719 Market St.
GjQAA CANDY. STATIONERY STORE;
tJpt/UU. soda fountain; cheap rent; living-rooms;
present owner 5 years. PROLL & STENBERG,
719 Market st. , , ■ , • .-,.
<K7nn saloon: Waterfront; do not
iy I"", miss this genuine bargain; sacrifice ac-
count departure; trial given to party meaning busi-
ness. PROLL & STENBERG, 719 Market st.
XX(\ DRY AND FANCY GOODS BUSI-
U»JU. ness: fixtures: good location: sacrifice;
sickness. PROLL & STENEERG, 719 Market st.
QJ QnA, GERMAN BAKI2RY; STORE FIXT-
uUU. ures; big outside trade; horse; wagon;
clears 5125 month: trial given; leaving city.
PROLL STENBERG. 719 Market St.
Ql oflfi BEER HALL, WITH BILLIARDS.
O-L *J\J\J. on Market st., near Examiner office;
rent $100: lease; large patronage; sacrificed on
account of other business. WILKE, 235 Kearny
St., room 4. ■ . ■
OIIAA CORNER GROCERY AND BAR,
<3J?XXV7V/. kept by present owner for 18 years:
very good business; owner wants to retire and go
to Germany. WILKE, 235 Kearny St., room 4. .
Q] "nn PARTNER: EXPRESS AND
tJpxtJUv/. transfer company: established 10
years; 6 horses, 4 wagons; net profit* s2oo to $250
monthly. Particulars, WILKE, 235 Kearny St.,
room 4. :
QQ7^\ DELICACY AND PORK STORE,
tJpO I «-)« with livintr rooms; rent $13; owner
kept place 5 years: $75 monthly profit guaranteed.
Inquire WILKE, 235 Kearny St.. room 4. •
Cj>A(\r\ VERY GOOD PA YINGSALOON; LO-
tP"±ULf. cated between factories; cheap rent;
bargain; call and see. WEHNER & LUNDIN,
639 California st. - -■■-.
QQXA VERY GOOD PAYING GROCERY
*S>OO\J. and bar: right place for man and wife;
living-rooms; cheap real. LUNDtN <fc WEHNER,
639 California st.
Oj"l P\C\ PARTNER IN GOOD PAYING BUSI-
C-L«JV. ness: saloon. LUNDIN & WEHNER,
639 California st. , .
UST BE SOLD THIS WEEK; GRAND BAR-
gains: 1 restaurant for $250; worth $4001
1 saloon for $450: worth $600.
1 chophouse, $550; worth $1000.
Best candy-stand, only $250.
bee SMITH-HI BER"CO., 1001 Market st.
VTOT ICE— HAVING BUYERS WILLING TO
Xi invest in legitimate business, parties desiring to
Bell for cash apply HEALY& CO., 23 Kearny st.
NERGETIC MAN WHO CAN COMMAND
XJ a few hundred dollars or has unencumbered
realty can secure exclusive control of one of the
most saleable articles now before the public; can
be made to pay from $150 to $300 per month.
Call 10 to 3, room 51, Brooklyn HoteL -
dfcOAA GREAT BARGAIN; BAKERY AND
<£3 — \ryJ. candy-store t best location: north of Mar-
ket: elegantly fitted living-rooms: rent $20; must
be sold. BARRETT <fc CO.. BtssV:s Market.
BAKERS, ATTENTION — $900; BAKEBY;
strictly Al cash business: all countertrade;
average receipts $18 a day; fine chance for coffee
saloon; sickness.' BARRETT & CO., 865 V-? Mar-
(gOXA BAKERY, CANDY, SODA AND ICE-
-0 — O\J. cream parlor; best location ; near Mar-
ket; finely fitted; 2 living-rooms: low rent: receipts
$8 day. BARRETT & CO., 865% Market st.
"Q'T^A WANTED— PARTNER IN OLD-ES-
O I *Jv'. t«blished restaurant; splendid location:
receipts per day. Inquire JOHN KEIBY. 19
t-lxth <:. ■ ■'■■*■- -,■-.:.■ ■■:: --.: .. '.-
pARTNKR-?300-COFFEE SALOON, KEPT
JL by a young lady; must attend buying and take
in cash. 236 Kearny, room 4.
mo RENT— DINING-ROOM, SUITABLE FOR
i. restaurant, In new hotel soon to be opened •in
good county-seat town ; house of 70 rooms. Address
box 168, Call. . . .-
BUTCHER-SHOP TO RENT: ALL FITTED
up: pood location; with horse, wagon, tools,
etc.. $20 per month. Address B. S., box 101, Call
Office. . '
(IHEAP, VERY CHEAP — GOOD-PAYING
\J grocery and bar; best corner In the city; nice
location : good reason. Cor. Page and • Devisadero.
"L^RUITSTORE FOR SALE; ON ACCOUNT OF
.1- sickness: living-rooms attached, 425 Twenty-
third St., near Howard. '
C 1 OOD RESTAURANT FOR SALE: OWNER IS
T making money; rent $15. Call 1009 Larkin st
"TV" ANTED— GOOD BARBER;' ALSO CHAIR
1 1 for sale very cheap. 34% Fourth at.
V " A NTED— PARTNER, WITH $IOO,IN CIGAR
*' and laundry business. - 235 Kearny st.
I "'OR SALE OR EXCHANGE— BEST-PAYING
restaurant in San Jose, clearing over $100 per
month: part cash, baiance trade: full Investigation
allowed ; state what you have. P. O. bo* 425, San
BUSINESS WANTED WHERE AN INVEST-
roent of *500 will pay a fair return to adver-
tiser for capital and' time; no liquor. Address C.
H., 16% Banvers St., ban Francisco. '
OOD PAYING RESTAURANT; GOOD IN-
vestment for man and wife; cheap rent. 52
*< 1 *>AA HALF-INTEREST IN GOOD-PA Y-
«. 1 — \JU. ing liquor and bar business to a suit-
able man; trial granted. FISCHER, 1 17 Front st.
COFFEE - SALOON AND FIRST - CLASS
/ creamery; $3000. Apply SPECK'S, 30 Mont-
Q/'CA COFFEE-SALOON: MONTGOMERY;
apyjOXJ. clears $1 00. SPECK'S. 30 Montgomery!
"OjQAA RESTAURANT FOR SALE-ON ONE
JJJOUU. of the most principal streets, oft Mar-
ket : must be sold at once. Address J. A., box 94
Call Office. '
"^TUYft CASH - BARGAIN; PHYSICIAN'S
*>p\J\J\J. office practice. Address 8., box 6, this
OLD - ESTABLISHED CORNER SALOON;
must be sold -, at a sacrifice on account of death
of proprietor. Call to-day, SW. cor. Eighth and
fifcT^A RESTAURANT; EASY PLACE TO
*DXU\J. run good trade ; worth $300. 658 How-
GIOOD-PAYING RESTAURANT; CHEAP-
vJ dally receipts $25. 626 Sacramento st. '
TATIONERY AND NOTION STORE CHEAP;
rare chance for man and wife. 1332 Pacific st.
O~~yster7chop-house and restaurant
on Kearny st. FALCONER <$: CO.. - 1189
Market st., near Eighth.
SAN FRANCISCO EVENING PAPER ROUTE
for sale in Oakland. J. W., Oakland Call Office.
"COR SALE— CANDY, BCBINESM AND ICE-
-*- cream parlors; legitimate ■ paying Investment;
wui teach buyer to manufacture. 130 Ninth st.
SUNSET HK-JTAUIIANT FOR SALE— SELLS
cheap. 495 Fourth st. - . .
QOAA LODGING-HOUSE FOR SALE.WITH
•^)OVV/. 30 rooms. 641 Washington st., near
li.earny. - - , - , - - : ■ • T -_. . .
T UMBER. PLANT~KOR SALE, UNDER DEED
id? 1 ', rast -We will sell at Yrcka, Cal., June 8.
i*™< t! , ip ikOr 'h Star Lumber-mill plant, dwellings,
VtJwt L, la ."- d ' etc - '-'^ttted ai Pebble, 8 miles east of
Siakiyoa County, Cal.
E.A 1 } Trustees.
bedding, Cal., May 15. 1895 Hklli ' f
bSL y 6B! CaU P Office. P sakUud y ln ° akUn<l - Addresi
1175. RESTAURANT; AVERAGFR am to
1 0. »18 per day; lowVfnl A^lv^fclT?
FOR v. SALE— FIRST-CLASS RKMTaUraNT
boarding-house with good-paying Jalw"; bnSd-
ing of 20 room with furniture: must be sold on ac-
count of sickness. Address MRS. J. DELCROIX
Tiburon. ... ; ;,. . . . . _ '
OUTE FORSALK ON THIS PAPER. 2104b
Leavecworth, 12 m. or.after 6p. 11. - . ■■, •
ok BAKERY AND RESTAURANT
J? 506 Turk st., near new City Hall. : ' . •• '
"d|»<>r A, CORNER SALOON FOB SALE: DO-
tJP— OXJ. ing good business. 613 Moutgomery st.
ARGAIN— RESTAURANT DOING •■ LARGE
business; must sell cheap this. week; don't fail
to see it; cause of selling,- present ■ owner ■ don't
understand business; no agents. 'Apply 1 1 1 3 Fol-
SOm6t. '..'. •/■'.;■:■' ;- ; ■•...'•'.- '■■■■-. : .y..-;.r l -;; .-
■\TEWS, STATIONERY, CANDY AND TOY
±y store for sale. 1650 Polk st. : . - ;: ,
BRANCH BAKERY AND NOTION STORE;
mast sell; bargain, 921 Oak. :
BUSINESS CHANCES-Contlnued. _
«3P-LUUU. ments: business pays 8175 month
right man can easily increase it to $500 or more.
Inquire CURTIS & BOWLEY, 32 second floor
Mills building. J ;-.— -.■..;-
-"YTICE LITTLE DRUG BUSINESS FOX SALE.
IV Inquire of UEDINGTON & CO., 23-27 second
St.. San Francisco.-.' '?' »/•-.;-, . •■•; '-•;•?■*
PARTNER— SAN FRANCISCO FIRM ESTAB-
lished 7 years, ? doing • good business," intend
branching out and desires partner who is to invest
$5000; can make good salary and 8 to 12 per cent
on investment; : a fine opportunity to get into a
live, well established firm; investigation' desired:
references offered and required : I principals only.
Address Partner, box 160. Call Office. '
OR SALE— GROCERY AND BAR; GOOD
1 location. Apply LEVY & CO., 219 Grant aye
MOBT BE SOLD AT ONCE; BEST PAYING
livery stable in town; 30 boarders; 25 livery
horses: hacks, buggies, etc.: centrally located:
low rent: this is a tine opportunity to get a good
business at a bargain ; . principals only. Address
P. 8., box 127, this ollice.
Zf\f\fi INTERIOR AGENCY OF THIS PA
tpOUv/U. per; pays over $200 per month; sick
ness cause of Belling. Apply this office. ■ ■
LODGING-HOUSES FOR SALK^
TO BUY OR: SELL" A LODGING-HOUSE
Quick lor cash see GUS STHAN D, 45 Third st
¥O7R HOUSE OF 10 ROOMS ; GOOD LOCA-
*S& I O. tion : bargain. STRAND & C 0.,45 Third.
"1 C ROOMS NEAR GEARY; ALL FULL; $550.
JLO SPECK'S, 30 Montgomery. ■
<&O&(\ 35 ROOM sT CLEARING $60 MONTH-
i|)^t)U. ly. SPECK & CO., 30 Montgomery St.
QC ROOM AND BOARDING HOUSE (COIT
£O ner), north of Market; rich, modern furni-
ture; house full. SPECK'S, 30 Montgomery st.
QAQ TURK— ELEGANTLY FURNISHED
Gyt/ rooms; $500; cheap rent; a bargain.
TIOR SALE— CORNER LODGING-HOUSE; 22
X? rooms. Apply at 712 Kearny st. . -
QQ-ROOM LODGING-HOUSE: CLEARING
00 $125 per month. 739 Folsom st. '
I- AND ALL, COME FOR BARGAINS TO BUT-
-1 '! 'KltFlKf.l) real estate. Crocker building.
~ FUEMTI'KK FOX SALE. .
-Ds2 15; Roxbury Brussels, 75c laid; oilcloth,
20c; open evenings. SIIIREK, 1310 Stockton st,
TT G. .KRASKY, CARPETS. PICTURES,
Xl. folding, iron beds, furniture; low prices; CaL
stepladder niatiufactd for the trade. 779 Mission.
PRICES IN FURNITURE AND CARPETS
\J this week at McCAIiE'S, 948-950 Mission st.
"DEDUCTIONS ON LARGE STOCK, NEW AND
XV second hand; 400 carpets, good as new; oil-
cloth, 25c; parlor suits, $19 up; linoleum, 45c;
7-plece chamber suits, $14 50; cornice-poles, 25c;
ranges, $6; cash or installments; goods shipped
free. T. H. NELSON. 126 Fourth st.
UKN ITURE WASTED. ~~
'oFH r Eß3^TD7~Xu^riONliE^r*l^~^lcAl^
■D lister Specially, buying furniture of houses.
~T C.MUTHER, THE AUCTIONEER, BUYS
0 • furniture at highest cash prices. 5 Fourth st.
HOW CASES, BAR, RESTAURANT, CANDY
IO outfits, fixtures, etc., bought and sold. 125 Fifth.
~ ' 'OAKPKTS.
: nRUSSELsT~4ScT ili I b7^6laU7RY~3sßui£
■1} sels, 75c. laid; linoleum, 40c ; heavy oilcloth,
20c; open evenings. KHIBEK, 1310-1312 Stockton.
VTAtIoNAL CARPET BEATINtrA^TD^ItENC?
-Ll vating Works, HAMPTON & NUN AN; laying
and altering. 318-316 Guerrero; Tel. Mission 244.
ITY .~. STEAM, CARPET-BEATING AND
\J Renovating Works, Mi and 40 Eighth st. G. R.
STEVENS, manager. Telephone No., south 250.
THOROUGHLY CLEANED AND
\J renovated same as new. S. - FERGUSON &
CO., 23 Tenth st. Telephone number, south 33.
\\T HEN YOU BECOME DISGUSTED WITH
» T -poor work send to SPAULDING'S Pioneer Car-
pet Beating Works, 353-7 Tehama; tei. So-40.
KLIN'S CARPET BEAMING WORKS. 333
\J Golden Gate aye. ; telephone east 126.
/CARPETS WELL CLEANED. BARBER'S, 238
\J 14th, nr. Mission; tel. (Mission) 100. -
fTIHE J. E. MITCHELL carpet-cleaning
X Co. (incorp.); old established carpet cleaning
machines: cleaning 3c yard. 230 14th, tel. 6074.
T MCQUEEN'S CARPET BEATING AND BEN-
»J • ovatiiiK works. ASS Stevenson: tel. 3228.
W"~ILSON BHOsTj 7 H?M III^KET^ST^GETOUR
-»» rates and examine our method for storage of
furniture and all kinds of household goods; dust
and vermin proof; separate rooms at low rates.
A DVANCES MADE ON STORAGE. LIEBES
■A STORAGE WAREHOUSE CO., 806 Market st.
AFE, DRY. CHEAP PLACE TO STORK
O furniture, etc. LUNDY FURNITURE COM-
PANY, SIS Mission st.
: UnjUNITURE,~PiANOS AND OTHER MEIT
X I chandise received on storage; money advanced
on consignments; fire-proof building. 410 Post St.,
QTORAOE OF FURNiTCRE, PIANOS, HOUSE-
O hold goods, etc. J. M. PIERCE, 735 Market st.
IRST^CLASS STORAGE ADVANCES MADE"
' 421-423 Market st. CHAS. L. TAYLOB.
IT EDEMPTIOiT^Of'" DU P?K?FsT7~BONrJS^
Alt Treasurer's I office,' City and . County of San
Francisco, May 8, 1895.
: Holders of pout-street bonds issued under an
act of the State Legislature, entitled "An act to
authorize the widening of Dupont street, in the
City of San Francisco," adopted March 23, 1876, are
hereby notified that the undersigned will receive
sealed proposals for the surrender of said bonds, as
provided by Section 13 Of said act, at his ofllce, in
the New City Hall, San Francisco, until 12 o'clock
noon of MONDAY, May 20, 1895. .
The amount to be applied to the redemption of
said bonds is about seventy-three thousand dollars
($73,000.) Bidders will state at what rate they
will surrender their . bonds for payment, less
coupons due. , No proposals above par will be con-
sidered. ■ nfflW Hffnn)i»irirM*Tii" ir"> B'di 1
Bids to be Indorsed, "Proposals for Surrender of
Dupont-street Bonds.' 1 J. H. WIDBER,
■ •; --•-; City and County Treasurer.
PROPOSALS FOR HARDWARE, PLUMBE R8
-IT materials, lumber, paints, oils, etc, furniture
fuel, stovepipe, stationery, library books, physical
chemical and other apparatus and supplies, print-
ing, lithographing, etc. — Sealed proposals will;be re
ceived by the Superintendent of Common Schools
In open Session of the Board of Education, on
Wednesday, May 29, 1895. at 8:30 o'clock p. if.,
for furnishing the School Department of this City
and County during the : fiscal year 1895-96 with
hardware, plumbers'- materials, lumber, paints,
oils, etc., furniture, > fuel, stovepipe, stationery,
library books and physical, chemical and other ap-
paratus and supplies for the. Girls' High School,
etc., and for doing the printing and lithographing
required during the said fiscal year. in accordance
with specifications at the ofHce of the Board of Ed-
ucation, new City Hall. GEORGE BEANSTON,
Secretary. : "
"PROPOSALS FOB ALTERATIONS AND AD-
X ditions ■ - ■ ■"-.■■-■:■ ■
TO SCHOOLHOC7SES FOR BULKHEAD AND
FOR HEATING SCHOOLHOUSE.
Sealed proposals will be received by the Superin-
tendent of Common Schools in open session of the
Board of Education, new City Hall, on Wednes-
day, May 22, 1895, at 8:30 o'clock p. m., for altera-
tions and additions to the James Lick Grammar
School building, and for alterations and additions,
bulkhead and heating at the North Cosmopolitan
Grammar School building, in the City and - County
of San Francisco, in accordance with plans and
specifications at the office of Charles I. Havens,
architect of the board, room £5, Flood. building,
corner of Fourth and Market streets.
GEORGE Hi: A nstdn, Secretary.
DELINQUENT BALE NOTICES.
D" S ~EI>INQUENT~SALE NOTICE^GOLDEBr
X/ JiaKle Mining Company— Location of principal
place of business, Ran Francisco, California; loca-
tion of works. Devils Gate Mining District, Lyon
County, Nevada. - ■>,•.--••-.
Notice— are delinquent upon : the following
described stock, on account of assessment (No. 1),
levied on the Bth day of January, 1896, - th«
| several amounts set opposite the names of th« ra>
i spee'lve shareholders, as follows: .
Names. Ho. Cert. Shares. Amount.
! MoiTis Hoeflich.. 5 10,000 $1,600 00
H. M. Levy, Trustee. 7 20,000 3,000 00
H. M. Levy, Trustee 8 1,000 160 00
H. M. Levy, Trustee 9 1,000 r 160 00
H.M. Levy, Trustee..... JO 1,000 ■ 160 00
H. M. Levy, Trustee 11 1,000 150 00
H. M. Levy, Trustee 12 600 75 00
E. B. Holmes, Trustee...'.. .lB 20,000 - 3,000 00
E. B. Holmes, Trustee..... .l 9 7,000 1,185 00
E. B. Holmes, Trustee.; :... 20 ■•'■•-• 985 149 26
And in accordance with law, and an order from
thy Board of Directors, made on the eighth day of
January', 1895, so many, shares of each parcel of
such stock as may be necessary, will be soli) at pub-
lic auction - at the office of the company, room 60,
Nevada Block, No. 309 Montgomery street, San
Francisco, California, on - MONDAY, . the / fourth
day of March, 1895, at the hour of * 2 o'clock p. M. \
of • said ■ day, to pay said - delinquent assessment
thereon, together with coals of advertising and ex-
penses of bale. . -' •-.- ■■-■■.. ...
E. B. HOLMES. Secretary.
- . ■ Office— Room 50, Nevada Block. No. 309 Moaa* :
(ornery (treat, Ban Francisco, California.
' roSTHOX RM f.NT. ">•»•' ■
■' Notice is hereby given that by order of the Board
of Directors the date of the sale of delinquent itoclc
lor assessment No. 1 Is hereby postponed to MON-
DAY, the 25th day of March A. D, 1895, at taa
mine time and place. ■ , - - - .-■.■■
E. B. HOLMES, Secretary,
GOLDEN KAGLK MINING COMPANY
Notice Is hereby given that by order of the Board
of Directors the day of the sale of delinquent stock
or .?.^e S » m ent No. 1 is hereby further postponed
to U tIi.NESDAY, the ■ 24th day -of April, A. D
1895, at the same time and place.' - ■■•■-■ P ■--- • '.
K. B. holm KB. Secretary. ■
■,: further postponement
Notice Is hereby given that by order of the Board
of Directors the date of sale of delinquent stockfor
TrKsnAV^- M. B^ h 7 eby . f^ rther Postponed to
JLKSDAY, the 14th day of May, a. D. 1895 ai
the same time and place. . " - "' xowi>l ! M
:- E. B. HOLMES, Secretary.
Notice is hereby given that by order of the Board
of Directors the day of sale of delinquent slock for
assessment No. 1 is hereby I further postponed tn
MONDAY, the third day of June, A^D.%95, at
the same time and place. ••..-..•. ' :
£. B. HOLMES. Secretary-
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, MONDAY, MAY 20, 18i)5.
CITY REAL ESTATE.
pAKK LOTS FOS BUILDING.
$300 Block bounded by Point Lobos aye.
$325 . •.-.-. ■■-. '■-.:". ■..-•.,-- ' ■ "
$350 • . Clement st. and 3ith and 35th ayes.
$400: ' '■ ,-■'■ y, : V =■'■ -/• : ■■ -■ .' - ' '
$500 Electric cars will run on Clement st. and
$750 .--"•■',->.■ -..-•■=. ■'-: .:■•> i- • ■;-■■ • . , ' ■ ;
Point Lobos aye. within 30 days.
Terms— s2s cash, balance $5 per month. .-;. 1
BUILDING LOTS SOUTH OF PARK.
; $600— On 10th and 11th ayes. and L and M sts;
property all graded: fine marine and park view;
terms $25 cash, balance $10 per month. .'■-•
Apply to WILL E. FISHER & CO., .:
; Real Estate Agents, 14 Post st.
/CHEAPEST LOTS IS THE RICHMOND
\J District. ■
$300. Lots on grade and fronting on
: $325. Point Lobos aye., Clement St., .
$350. 34th and 36th Mves.
$400. Two lines of cars will pass
450. ' the property. - *.*■■ ' .
$600. Lots ready for building,
$750. Sizes 25x100 and 25x120.
Only $25 cash, balance $10 per month. Call for
diagrams, etc. WILL E. FISHER & CO.,
■ : - ■>-;-_••■<;-'■■.-' ■' ■•.-■■••. ;-. - 14 Post street. ;,,
~* TTENTION, INVESTMENT - SEEKERS—
-Ex. One of best business corners on Folsom St.;
95x90; great sacrifice. , Inquire 1205 Market st.
C\A OQ LARKIN— HOUSE : 5 ROOMS : BATH,
li)O large cellar, garden; lot 22:6x96; ' no
agents. \ ■'■ .-.■■ _^ ■■. . .'■■ .«-:.-?•/ - : ;
ANTED — FOX CASH, FLATS IN THE
TT Western Addition; $4000 to $6000 ; , must be
cheap. H. MURPHY, 623 Market st. - ■
OR SALE CHEAP— HOUSE AND LOT; CITY
J. :or Alameda. , Inquire 269 Clara st., city. .
<BlQnnn DIA MONI)ST\7~N £AB~iBTH; FINE
«]POUUU. cottage 5 rooms: bath and large base-
ment; nearly new; price reduced from $3750;
25x125: has to be sold as a bargain. OEhTER-
REICHER & Q\VEN,|SO3 California St. ■■
fliQnnn LARGE LOT, 57x125, ON THIR-
(JpoUUV/. tieth St., near Noe, with 2 tenements,
consisting of store and 4 rooms and cottage of 4
rooms; stable, well and chicken-house; big bar-
gain; terms */ 3 cash. SPECK'S, 30 Montgomery.
rtJMVjEfA SPOT CASH WILL BOY 2 HAND-
<J*Ot_)U some boulevard lots south of park; not
one-third value. Address W., box 121, Call Branch.
OUSE3 FOR SALE ON SMALL MONTHLY
• payments: loans made on San Francisco real
estate. I.OUIS BLANK 214 pine St.. rms- 58 <fc69,
■qqaa. one-quarter CASH, will BUY
<IpOUu. few fine building lots in I^akeview and
Sunnyside; build yon cottage, $750; slop that
rent. L. V. and S. S. Improvement Company,
owners, 646 Market st. ' ' . '
OR SALE — CHEAP. HOUSE, 6 ROOMS;
bath: stable: lot 22x117:6. 239 Chattanooga
st. ; no agent. • ■. ■ . ..■••■ - : 7
IN ALAMEDA-TO EXCHANGE FOR SAN
Francisco property, modern 2-story house: 9
rooms and bath: handsomely furnished : lot 60s
150; gas, city and well water: carriage-bouse;
street macadamized; half block to electric-cars; 5
minutes fiom broad-gauge station; 6 minutes to
narrow gauge: cost $9300. Apply CUAS. C.
BEMIS, 324 Montgomery St., S. F.
©C A A COTTAGE OF 2 ROOMS IN BERKE-
i^O\J\J, ley, lot 40x135, $50 down, $10 monthly;
houses and lots all over town. CHAS. A. BAILEY,
46 Market st. or Berkeley station, Berkeley.
PROPERTY-OWNERS, BUILDERS,! ARCHI-
X tects— Guaranteed surveys of city lots for $7 50
up by a. HARRISON SMITH, 630 California, r. 6.
COUXTKI KEAL JiSTATIS.
X cord; choicest fruits and table grapes, full. bear- !
ing: trade for improved Oakland or Berkeley prop-
erty or Santa Clara County ranch. .. C. K. KING,
902 Broadway, Oakland. :
1 C-ESTABLISHED 15 YEARS.
N. D. SICKELS,
EaHss LAND agent.
The only agency in America : making sale and ex-
change of country property a strict specialty regu-
larly publishing a
DAILY DESCRIPTIVE LAND JOURNAL.
Accurate descriptions of hundreds of. places for
sale and propositions to exchange ranches for town
and city property; also for any class of business or
mines. Greatly facilitating and free of charge to
buyers and sellers. All new propositions daily.
318 Post St., bet. Stockton and Powell, H. F.
■p entedlncome PROPERTY at THE BAY
XV to exchange for land In Maria County; line of
N. P. C. R. R. : lots of $1500 to $15,000. Address
the owner, J. R. S., box 109, Call Office. -
1 A ACRES FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE NEAR
X\J San Leandro electric road; all in fruit: nice
2-story house with substantial outbuildings, stable,
barns, chicken-houses, etc. half cash: value $20,-
-000. B. FA SSLER, San Leandro. .
1C TOWN LOTS UNDER CULTIVATION
X«J with vegetables and small fruit; house with 6
rooms, barn and outhouses: ready sale for all veg-
etables. ISAIAH. HARTMAN, Boulder Creek,
Cal., box 62. ,
/• ACRES IN NILES, ALL IN BEARING
v* fruit, for exchange.- 872 Washington st. ■-— 1
1 t\(\C\ 40 ACRES FRUIT AND RAISIN
%p\tU\J\J. grape, :in full- bearing; houso and
large barn, near Fresuo; also 640 acres of level land,
$5 peracre. Inquire 1125 Howard St., 6. F. •
p OOD INCOME RANCH FOR SALE OR EX-
\X change for income ■ city property. Address
H. S., box 109, Call Office. ■ •
"T7IOU SALE OR LET— ACRES; CAN BE SUB-
JD divided into sor 10 acre tracts: 3 acres choice
fruit; 7 furnished rooms and bath: 1 hour Iron;
city, near Stanford University. 808 Sutler st. ■
N E.4UAL SHOW FOR ALL; STRAIGHT,
fair and square deal: an investment offered
that Is honest; own your own home and be inde-
pendent; try It and you will find that we advise
you right; we will sell you 40 acres of alluvial soil
in the Warren Green rancho, Glenn County, Cal.,
for $280: $3 per acre down, balance in 60 monthly
payments, without interest, and will throw in town
lot 100x150; land suitable for all kinds of fruit,
berries or grain ; needs no irrigation : climate ■ un-
surpassed anywhere InCaliffornia: 168 miles north
of San Francisco and only 20 miles from ■ county
seat of county, and 6 miles from nearest railroad
town; fare, round trip, $9. For investments and
Information address or call on the H. M. BENSON
CO., 902 Broadway, Oakland. . ... ■ ;
GRIFFIN, COTTONWOOD, CAL., SENDS
« free circulars and prices of cheap land.
ARIN COUNTY-5000 ACRES 26 MILES
irom Ban Francisco.
1 . RANCHO DE NOVATO.
■ Tracts of any size desired fruit, grain and vege-
table land; no irrigation; both rail and water
transportation; $40 to $75 per acre; easy terms,
town of Novato; graded school, hotels and stores
on the property ; send for circular, ■ - ■
Dairy for sale with or without cows.
SYNDICATE INVESTMENT COMPANY, 64
and 65. Chronicle building. :
If YOU WANT A RANCH FOR GRAZING
purposes or an orchard already improved, where
only small cash outlay is required, balance payable
In ti or 7 years, apply 326 Montgomery St., S. F.
/• PER ACRE— LSI PROVED 810 valley
<JP_LU ranch; timber; running water; well lo-
cated: must be sold: United States patent. W. L.
FOSTER. Kelsevville, (•»!. ■ ■ ' ', -- -■ .-.
pkopeetv to exchange.
Cisco or Oakland property; " good ; improved
farm of . 22% acres in best part of Sonoma Valley,
near town and railroad; all , crop, stock and tools
go with the place; clear of incumbrance. For par-
ticulars address •J. ■W. • L., < El Varano, Sonoma
County, Cal. ■•. . . - *
xfoTICB TO^UCBXIDBft-MVATB QBl2iB
XV NARDO BARGON'E, deceased.
Notice Is hereby given by the undersigned,
PETRA Q. DE BARGONE, administrate of the
estate of LEONARDO BARGONE, deceased, to
the creditors of, and all persons having claims
against . the said deceased, to exhibit them, with
the necessary vouchers, within ten months after
the first publication of this notice, to the said
administratrix, at the office of A. RUEF, attorney-
at-law, ! No. 402 Montgomery et., . San Francisco,
Cal., the same being her place for the transaction
of the business of the said estate 'in the City and
County of ban Francisco, State of California. ■ . -
PETRA G. DE BARGONE,
Administratrix of the estate of LEONARDO BAB-
GONE, deceased, ■:-, -.-.--.■. ■;
" Dated at Han Francisco, April 27, 1895.
A. RUEF, attorney-at-law, 402 Montgomery st.,
San Francisco, Cal., attorney for estate, -
MOTICE OF SALE OF; EEAL ESTATE—
J-1 1 Notice is hereby given that in pursuance to an
order of the Superior Court of the county lof San
Mateo, State of California, given, made and filed in
and by said court, on the 11th day of May, 1895, In
the matter of * the estate ; and guardianship of
HOWARD iC. MURRAY, a < minor, the < under-
signed, guardian of. the estate of said minor, will
sell ; at private sale to the highest bidder, and sub-
ject to confirmation by said court, on or after the
4th day of June, 1895, at the law office of GEORGE
C. ROSS, in Redwood City, State of California, all
the right, title, interest and estate of said HOW-
ARD C. MURRAY, a minor. . in and to, all that
certain piece or parcel of land situate in the City
and County of ; San Francisco, State of California,
bounded and described as follows, to wit: , - : ■.
-; Beginning at a point on the south line of Wash-
ington street,: distant' thereon one hundred and
three (103) feet westerly from the westerly line of
Polk street, running thenca westerly on said line
of Washington street I thirty-two (32) feet and six
(6) I inches ; ' thence at right 1 uncles southerly one
hundred : and r twenty-seven | (127) feet I and eight
and 1 one-fourth 5 (814) •' inches : - thence -at right
•angles easterly thirty-two (82) I feet and six (6)
inches, and thence at .right angles northerly one
hundred and twenty-seven i (127) i feet and eight
and one-fourth (Ki/i) laches to the point of begin-
ning. ...■ -■■- ■■'■■ ■■_ ."-•■■..-■•;•-■•■■ •■,;■-:'-'*
V Terms and conditions of sale: Cash ' In gold coin
of the United States; ten (10) percent of the sum
bid to be paid on I notice of acceptance lof bid, and
the balance on confirmation of sale by the Superior
Court. ♦••>■■: -_. ; -•-.,..:<■■■ .v;>-'.v ••-"..■■•■;•. ;:■ -.=.:•'?. ',..- ->%■•--•=:■.
All bids or offers for said : real property must be
in writing, and may be left at the law office of
GEORGE C. ROSS, Redwood City, Cal.. or at the
law office of MASTICK, BELCHER & MASTICK,
620 Montgomery ht., San Francisco, State of -Cali-
fornia, ' mid I will j be received by said 1 guardian at
either of said places, or such bids may be delivered
to said guardian personally, or may be filed in .the
office of the Clerk of said Superior Court, at Redwood
City, Cal., at any time after the first publication of
this notice and before the making of the sale.
Dated May 15, 1895. -'-■.-■■ ■ .-- -.-. A . -- "v
ALEXANDER GORDON, guardian of the estate
of Howard C. Murray, a minor. - ■.-;- s ■?,:','
: GEORGE C. BOSS, attorney . for guardian, Red-
wood City, CaL - •■
■l'w v : ; ..':.: : . v HOUSES ; : to XiET. . :i . : .
fiOO rooms and every modern improvement. . '
A POST— GOOD -; LOCATION for M.ILLI-
■dbOU ncr, dressmaker or doctor; low rent. ■ Apply
to G. H. UMBSEN & CO., 14 Montgomery st. ■;.: -
\TE\V RESIDENCE: .7 SUNNY BOOMS;
IN "bath: modern Improvements; > nice garden;
only $30; 640 Church st., near Twentieth. BALD-
WIN it HAMMOND. 10 Montgomery st. i (
ffj A A 14 BOOMS. '. 601 FOLSOM ST. ; ■_•■'
*3>trlK $30— 15 rooms; il2 Cleveland st. WM,
COL, 534y California st. . • -
R~ EAR AND FRONT » HOUSE: - BENT OR
lease; cheap. < 421 Powell st.
TAQA MISSION-BAY-WINDOW HOUSE 10
JL\JCj*J rooms; sunny side. \
OUSE, 7 BOOMS. BATH. 21 HARRIETT
■ st. ; rent reduced. : -•-■■■■■
Q99 TWELFTH— TENEMENT OF 3 BOOMS;
O— .«- stable if required.
CEDAR AVENUE, NORTH OF GEARY j
at., near Van Ness— 7 rooms and bath.
<D« 1 A_ : BAY-WINDOW HOUSE 212% PERRY
«iPXtt. St., 4 rooms; unfinished basement; water
free. - Apply to G. H. UMBSEN & CO., 14 Mont-
gomery st. ■■■■.'. -" '."./. ■•.. ■.-.--■•'• '.■■;:.''.-,■.■- •:'■
"VfEW HOUSE AND BA 65 FT. LONG ;
-Li : windows front and rear. 154 Tehama. . : • .
HqUSE~7~FINE LOCATION, PERFECT BE-
pair. Inquire ALMA E. KEITH, 24 Kearny.
EW BAY-WINDOW BOARDING-HOUSE OF
-»-* 14 rooms and ■ baths: Hayes St., bet. Octavia
and Laguna; moderate rent to good tenant. Apply
to C. S. CAPP & CO., 413 Montgomery at., House
Brokers and Real Estate Agents. ... .^ .-. .
OK ■:• SUNNY HOUSE 9 ROOMS AND BATH.
iSOO. BE. cor. McAllister and Polk sts.
Houses; ■ HOUSES, . HOUSES, v houses,
To rent, to rent, to rent, to rent, to rent, to rent.
BALDWIN A HAMMOND. 10 Montgomery st. ■:
I'UItNISHEO .HOUSES^ ~"
2SUNNY~COTTAGES, fFBOOMS~AND BATH
•J each; one nicely furnished ; furniture for sale
cheap if desired. ; Apply 728 Fulton st.
T^URNISHED FLAT ; OF. 6 LARGE ROOMS
X' and bath, on Howard ■ St., bet. Fourteenth and
Fifteenth; rent $27 50; no children; owner will
occupy one room if ; agreeable. A. 8., box 9, Call
Office. - , . ■ . -
rpo LARGE, NICELY FURNISHED
X house 10 rooms and bath; 2 acres: ■ all kinds of
fruit ; stable and cow; one and a half hours', ride
from san Francisco; would like to rent for sum-
mer months, by June 1. For further particulars
see JOHN C. HUGHES, Mills Building, City.
•v COTTAGES TO LET.
bath; basement. 33 Thirteenth st., nr. Howard.
VICTOR ST., BET. 7TH AND BTH, OFF
00 Bryant— Cot $8; 3 rooms; nicely papered.
©I]-. COTTAGE, 4 BOOMS, YARD, '■ SUN.
<IDXXi Rincon aye., Second st., nr. Brannan. -.
"dj»""j ft COTTAGE, 5 - ROOMS, BATH. 917
«IpX\J. Treat aye., nr. Twenty-second st. . .
til*! Q AND $15 COTTAGES OF i AND 5
t|pXO rooms, bath, basement and yard. Fifteenth
and Dolores sts. •• • . .
(fl> Q .4 ROOMS ; 2 BLOCKS FROM MISBION-BT.
(IP O. cars: large yard. Apply 360 Jessie st. .- ~
FIATS TO LET.
TS^\V r ~2lim>LE BA^mND7Tw^FLATT~i
-LN rooms; suitable 1 or 2 families; bath, gas, tubs;
cheap. 909 Folsom St., -near Fifth.
SUNNY FLATS. 4 AND 3 ROOMS; $11 AND
$9. 2039 Harrison, opposite Eighteenth.
FLATS, 6 OR 6 ROOMS; BATH; SUNNY
' modern; $16 and $17. 929 Nineteenth st.
SUNNY MODERN FLATS, 6 AND 7^AND
bath each: 1010 Twentieth St.. near Guerrero;
rents reduced. G. H. UMBSEN & CO.
ODERN FLAT OF 6 KOOMS; BATH; 620 Mo
Allister st. G. H. UMBSEN & CO.
MISSION, BET. 15TH AND 16TH— FLATS, 8
rooms each: $7 50; water free. WILL E.
FISHER & CO., 14 Post st. ** .
ASH AYE., OFF MCALLISTER, ABOVE
XXO Polk— Upper flat, rent $16: 912 V, Ellis st.,
near Van Ness aye., upper flat, 5 rooms, rent $15.
VTE VV ELEGANT FLATS ; 8 ROOMS,; BATH ;
-Li water free. Pine St., near Taylor. • ■•
1 007 ° A SUNNY UPPER FLAT, 5
Xv/U I rooms and bath; basement. ,■■■.-'.
?:-! O WEBSTER-FLAT OF 3 BOOMS: MOD-
t>lO era Improvements; yard: no children; $12.
TTtURiSISHED FLAT,. OR SINGLE ROOMS,
■V $10. Motcalfe pi., off Geary, bet. Mason and
Taylor. . _ . . .
©19 FLAT 4 NICE LARGE ROOMS AND
«IpX^j. yard. 444Va Clementina st., near Sixth.
£9.4_ ELLIS— FLAT OF 2 LARGE SUNNY
\J£rx rooms, yard, etc. : ■;-
IILAT OF 6 ROOMS: BATH AND MODERN
improvements. 214y 3 Twelfth st. . :
CIOZY FLAT; 3 LARGE BOOMS, YABD AND
vj basement; $11.123 San Jose aye,
"IjiLAT OF 4 ROOMS AND BATH. 336 TE-
X' hama St., between Fourth and Fifth.
ABTIES LEAVING CITY 2 WILL . BENT
cheap, modern 4-room flat; well 1 furnished;
piano. Call before Wednesday, 909Vs Eighteenth.
A l fix HYDE ST.— FLAT OF 8 LARGE SUNNY
trXUa rooms. Inquire 418 Hyde st. .
<Ui9n fTaT, 6 SUNNY ROOMS AND BATH;
*$JJ\J. all conveniences.* 1712 Hyde st.
T7LAT OF 4 NICE SUNNY RdoMS,~4B LOUISA
X St., bet. Third and Fourth. ■■ . ■■ ■
3 SUNNY CORNER ROOMS AND BATH; $15".
NE. cor. Polk and Jackson sts. ■ • ■ -
CIORNER SUNNY BAY-WINDOW. FLAT: 6
\J rooms and bath. 1042 Folsom st.
ffl»l ft 2 FINEKFLATS, 5 BOOMS, BATH,
tiDXV. etaole. 135 Fair Oaks St., near Twenty-
ENTS REDUCED; MODERN UPPER AND
Xt lower flats: 6 rooms and bath, $22 50: 7 rooms
and bath, $27 60; 1913 and 1916 Devisadero st.,
near California. BALDWIN & HAMMOND, 10
Montgomery st. ' -
QUNNY UPPER FLAT OF 5 CLEAN ROOMS-
-0 reasonable. 807 Harrison st. •
SUNNY FLAT OF 6 BOOMS AND BaTH; ALL
modern. 462 Bryant St., near Third.
"VTEW— FLAT OF S LARGE SUNNY ROOMS;
J-\ basement, cor. Twenty-third and Sanchez sts.
"VfEW FLAT, 8 REED ST.: FINE MARINE
-L> view; 5 rooms and bath; rent $25. Apply 1325
Washington st., near Jones.
SPLENDID 6-ROOM FLAT; BATH: LARGE
rear lot : very low rent. 2510 Mission . st., Key
next door. ■''■■■/. ; * - v '■ ,
A LL SELECTED (NEW) COTTAGES, FLATS,
J.V. houses, with stable, $6 to $100. SPECK'S, 30
Montgomery. '■- ' --■■■*. ■- ■ ,
SUN NY BAY-WINDOW FLAT; ' 1704 WASH-
-0 Ington, 1 near Polk; 7 rooms: bath; $27 50.. -
ELEGANT, SUNNY FLAT;. 6 ROOMS AND
bath. 145 Grove st., nr Van Ness aye. '
I^LATS, FLATS, FLATS, FLATS, FLATS,
To rent, to rent, to rent, to rent, to rent, to rent.
BALDWIN &. HAMMOND, 10 Montgomery st.
<DjQ NICE 8-ROOM FLAT NEAR BALDWIN.
•;?O. SPECK & CO., 30 Montgomery st.
HOUSEKEEPING BOOJlis. •
: i^?rilscT^Fo^ T^o"dM^FURNIBHED
x^v/ complete for housekeeping; private | house.
°. 1 9 Q SIXTEENTH— FURNISHED HOUS&
*Ji-^'J keeping and single rooms cheap; newly
pppered. . .. . , : .-.-■,-:. •.,
♦_>'-M THIRD — 2 UNFURNISHED HOUSE"
i><->-t keeping rooms: water included; $5 and $6.
99 THIRD— FRONT FURNISHED HOTS!..
***•* keeping suites. $12, $9, $8; newly painted.
t\Af\ MINNA — FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
«JttU housekeeping; large yard, •
9"! 9 TURK— NEWLY FURNISHED SUNNY
/UjlA front rooms; also housekeeping; very rea-
sonable. i- ;•; •; r • - - '■:,:,-,■ .v: . '\ r :f .:i^
rj A Q TAYLOB— 4 CONNECTING FURNISHED
: 4 I/O housekeeping ■ rooms for adults; also 1 sin-
gle furnished room. ■■--..- • '
9 NEAT, SUNNY BOOMS, COMPLETE. FOB
A housekeeping: rent reasonable. . 612 Eddy st. ;
OnQ FIFTH — NEW, MODERN HOUSE;
Out/ nicely furnished, sunny, bay-window rooms •
also suites; connecting kitchen; others reasonable.
CCt NATOMA-2"SUITES OF HOUBEKEEF
QUO ing rooms; $9 and $11 per month.. ,:;,,; J
099 FIFTH — SUITE r of * BOOMS : • FUR-
»)— ~d nisbed for housekeeping; cheap rent. . ' :• :-:■;. i
MISSION— FURNISHED BOOMS : FOR
tJUO housekeeping; also single rooms; cheap. :>,/■
1 AOI -VAN NESS , AYE.— 2 . OR 3 BOOMS ;
1 V'_ 1 new bouse; rent low. v .. - . ■: .- ,.;--%;;^
79C BRANNAN, ; ABOVE v SIXTH-SUNNY
4 *-. <J kitchen and bedroom ; furnished : $7 and $8.
1 Oft SEVENTH — NICELY FURNISHED
IOD front rooms, complete for housekeeping;
reasonable. \l; : -..■•■•., ,-., ; 1 . .-.--: '. .
m WO NICE i SUNNY . FURNISHED 5 ROOMS
x for housekeeping. Apply 403 Third st. ■* :-.■■, -■•;.;
QftQ MISSION— 3 ; LARGE SUNNY ; ROOMS,
OOP furnished complete for housekeeping. . ,
1 1 9X AND ,1055 .-• FURNISHED
1 1 — <«) housekeeping and -. other , rooms; very
reasonable. v-M'-.-f •■■;■*. -.--:-^ : ,'.;•- .■; j- -?-:•'■,-*?-:' -':.■:'"-;;.,-
-91 1 7 BUSH— 2 OB "UNFURNISHED RMS.;
— 11l stove; us* bath; convenient. ; ; ;
PLflO WASHINGTON— SUNN YUNFURNISH-
O\JZi ed housekeeping rooms; running water. v
.IT A ELEVENTH — SUNNY i FURNISHED
11t rooms: complete for housekeeping; furni-
ture and carpets all new; private bath, etc. ; Ameri-
can family; quiet location. ■•.;', i *■; „■ ; ; ,,.
£2 JESSIE— 4 ;V ROOMS,- « YARD. AND .- CEL-
DOU lar; middle floor; rent#l3.:. ;
WEBSTER— 3 •:. OR 4 UNFURNISHED
tJ\f I rooms; bath; basement; $10. ; .-.
11 A 1 WELSH, OFF FOURTH, BELOW BBY-
±XrX2 ant— 2 ior> 3 • nicely : furnished rooms ; foi
housekeeping; cheap. ? - - •-■ .■',; ..;.;v«. ..-^ .__., .,.,-j-j
rrn 1 1 HOWARD — BUNNY i BAY-WINDOW
4 Olii and other: bath, gas; reasonable.: *> ; ; :
Oft MOSS— 3 -- NICE ■-, SUNNY ;. ROOMS •- FUR-
OO Dished for housekeeping. ? : : . u^ .:f ;q;j
G.l Q POWELL, NEAR CLAY— 4 NICE BOOMS
OXtJ unfurnished; top floor. Apply downstairs.
3 GLEN PARK ? AYE., ' BET. MISSION AJSX
Howard, off Twelftb— Furnished. . ; _ ..
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS - Continued.
ft 07 59*2* - FINELY *■■ FURNISHEdTbAY-
ehce 1 " window front and otber rooms; nllconvenl-
Q MAS ON — HANDSOMELY FURNISHED
0 parlor; suite with kitchen; piano if desired. < .-r
9OR . ; 3 ::> FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING
*■* rooms, with^range. 1037 Mission st. - ; "
1 Day STOCKTON -NICELY FURNISHED
-LOU 1 rooms for housekeeping; cheap, t- ;
409 GOLDEK GATE AYE. - ELEGANTLY
.ttu^i tnrnlshed housekeeping rooms; also slnde.
\C AQ LEAVEN WORTU-3 LARGK UNFUR-
<J\JtJ nished rooms for housekeeping; $10. r •-'■ • . • :
91 A HYDE— 2 SUNNy ROOMS FOR HOUSE ;
Zi±\J keeping; also single room; $12. ■:■;■;;.
/79A MCALLISTER — 2 STTNNY UNFUR-
I JUKI nished rooms for light housekeeping, cheap.
q 91 TURK— NICE SUITE FOR LIGHT HOUSE-
-I«JJL' keeping, also single room. '■■:.- " ■■■.-■ . ..-■■•• i -■;..•
BOOMS TO LET. .
1 MISSION STv^3 LARG^ SUNNY
XOZi~t rooms, furnished complete for housekeep-
ing; larse yard; bath and gas; , hot and cold water;
grand view; rent, sl6. <■-■■: ■■. . - .
Tf» SOUTH PARK-SUNNY FROST ALCOVE
XU room; one or two gentlemen: $8. ;
TURK— ROOMS, EN SUITE OR
single. .--.- : .. ... ..,
7QK FOLSOM— IOR 2 FURNISHED ROOMS:
1 DO housekeeping; Ji beds, if necessary; cheap.
QO/1 JESSIE— 2 ROOMS, ;FUHNISUED COM-
OxmTX plete for housekeeping; $10. ,
1 Q7A MARKET., BET. JONES AND CITY
ID % U Hall aye.— Unfurnished suite; single, jj
•1 QA/f MARKET — LARGIC, SUNNY FUR-
XOvtt nished ro-'m; also single room, $5. .
1 (\?\(\ HOWARD— ROOMS COMPLETE FOR
I\JO\J housekeeping; very reasonable.
AOA, STEVENSON— 2 SUNNY FRONT ROOMS,
\jZi\J fireplaces; suitable for mechanics.
QOf* O'FARRELL— I FRONT ROOM and i
O^U single room, both handsomely furnished;
gents preferred; price $22 and $10. "
(*1 EDDY-I'BONT BOOMS, NEWLY FUR-
UXO nished; gas; bath: also light housekeeping.
QQ4 EDDY— NEWLY FURNISHED
OOdt front rooms; reasonable; cars convenient.
Of\Q EDDY— NICE SUNNY FRONT ROOM,
£\JCj suitable for 2 gentlemen.
£90, POST— LARGE, NICELY FURNISHED
\j£tJ front room; can be used for 2 gentlemen or
for a couple and light housekeeping; gas and large
closet. ;,.: -■•■■ '__.
9AI TAYLOR— SUITES~OF ROOMS, SUIT-
Zi\J±. able for dressmaking or light housekeeping.
£\(\Z. BUSH— FINELY FURNISHED PARLOR,
UuJ suitable for physician or family. "
QOQ HAVES— 3 NICE SUNNY ROOMS;
O»Jt/ planked yard; cheap to small family. '
Cl O ELLIS— SUNNY PARLOR AND HALL
UXO room unfurnished ; grate: running water.
1"1 Q/ 1 HOWARD — LARGE - SUNNY FUR-
XXOU nished room suitable for lor 2; $5. •
91 AQ STEINER, NEAR CALIFORNIA— A
.^iIAJtJ family of 2 adults having nicely furnished
home will rent sunny bedroom with use of parlor
and kitchen, reasonable; opportnnity for conple.
7 fid. HOWARD — FINELY F RN I S~H E D
4 \Jjt front rooms, suite or single; also house-
keeping. .-■ ■•-■: :■-. . • ■, ■:
;~9Q GOLDEN GATE AYE.— ELEGANTLY
KJ^iO furnished alcove suite, $20; single room.
1 7 POLK, NEAR MARKET— SUNNY DOUBLE
X I or single rooms; from $5 to $12. ■
THE DELAWARE, 1141 AND 1 151 MARKET
X st., bet. Seventh and Eighth— rooms,
furnished or unfurnished, en suite or single, by
day, week or month; also oliices; running water,
incandescent lights, tiled hearths, mantel mirrors,
grates and closets: every room light and sunny.
MRS. S. SAUNDERS. ■ ■ .... ... ....
RS. CHEVALIER HAS RESUMED THE
management of- the . "Miramar," 703 Geary
St.; sunny rooms, single or suites: excellent board;
elevator; prices moderate to suit the times.
94 MINT AYE., COR. JESSIE— NICELY FUR-
£rX nished sunny front rooms, $2 per week; also
other rooms, cheap.
91 FULTON — 1 NICELY' FURNISHED
XjJlO large front room: rent reasonable. ■
491 EDDY — FURNISHED AND UNFUR-
nished rooms; rent nominal for summer
"1 991 MARKET— LARGE, SUNNY FRONT
XZ;^/X room, with bay-window; price $10. ; ■
90 ELLIS-NICE, SUNNY ROOMS, FULLY
O£iO furnished for housekeeping.
C X SECOND— SUNNY FURNISHED SUITES;
*JO also double and single; gas; bath.
COR GOLDEN GATE AYE., near VAN
XJ^jO Ness— Pleasant single rooms; bath: gas;
rent reasonable ; private family. . ■.
OAQ SUTTER— ROOMS $1 50 A WEEK AND
QUO up; transient rooms a specialty. . _^
Q9 A FOLSOM ST., NEAR FOURTH— SUNNY
<J±t\J side; furnished rooms: $1 per week.
IF YOU DESIRE NICE ROOMS REASON-
X ably, stop at 203 a Powell ; transient solicited.
EUROPE HOUSE, 116'} MISSION— NICELY
XJ furnished rooms, single or en suite, $1 to $3
per week ; night 25c to $1; transient solicited.
COT O'FARRELL— I LARGE FRONT ROOM,
uOl with use of kitchen. . ■
7AQ O'FARRELL— SUNNY. FRONT, AND
• y/U also back room: price $7 to $12. ■... ■.-,
99A THIRD— AND BDITE: LIGHT
ZjZj\J housekeeping, $5 up; brick building; yard.
97 OAK— 3. OR 4 NICELY FURNISHED
~i I rooms; complete for housekeeping; rent rea-
sonable. ■ :
9"|C POLK — 2 UNFURNISHED ROOMS;
iilt) rent $7 a month. "I—
1 9/JQI HOWARD — NEW FLAT; NICELY
X±j\JUt furnished housekeeping rooms: $8.
1 49Q MARKET — FINE FRONT ROOMS. 1
X^:ZjO housekeeping, 1 single; light, sunny; bath.
Q1 A PINE— 2 TO 5 SUNNY ROOMS,' ELE-
OX\J gantly furnished: every convenience; rea-
GEARY — ELEGANT ROOMS. FUR-
O^jO nished or unfurnished; rent reasonable.
"1 j 4 MCALLISTER— FLAT 1 : NEWLY FUB-
XXtr nished rooms; en HUite and single. ■: .
9QA TURK — LARGE ALCOVE ROOM AND
Z.OV single room; very cheap.
TV7 MASON-NICE SUNNY ROOMS. '
1 QOn l STOCKTON— NICELY FURNISHED
lOvua room to let; rent cheap..,
C 1 Q GEARY— ALL SUNNY ROOMS; WILL
OXO rent very reasonable to neat roomers from
*8 up; everything new; hot and cold water.
p ERARD HOUSE. 142" SEVENTH— FUR-
VJ~ nished rooms, single and double, housekeeping.
p RAND SOUTHERN. COR. SEVENTH AND
VT Mission— Rooms all light ; water, gas and electric
bells ; elevator runs from 7a. m. to la p. m. : single,
50 cents; suites, $1 day; $2 60 and $5 week up.
•\TOSEMITE HOUSE, 1045 MARKET, BET.
• X Sixth and Seventh— Single and suites; per
night, 35c to $1 ; week, $1 60 to $5; families.
A RLINGTON HOUSE, 127 ARN Y— PLEAS-
x\-ant sunny rooms, en suite and single; first class
In every respect : term» reasonable.
THE SHERMAN APARTMENT-HOUSE; 129
new sunny .- rooms; strictly respectable; half
price of best hotels - with equal accommodations;
very central. 28 Eighth st:. near Market.
BOARDING AND ROOMS.
rfIHE'BERESFORDTBUSH ; "aND^STOCKTON;
X first class; $1 50, $2 per day; with parlor, $2 50.
"WM. cnAMBERLIN. Prop.
: nfI£^W~WOTLiD^TK^X«IILirTO^BOARD V i
ill' nice home; yard. 1425 Howard st. ~ v
. STORES r. TO ; LET.
XUt.r± rooms. Apply at 1036. j ■" ■
p ROUND FLOOR: 6 ROOMS; FOR . STORE
XX. or dwelling. Corner Second st. and Rincon aye.
T AROE STORE AND FIXTURES; 4 LIVING-
XJ rooms: yard; $18. 1610 Folsom. near 12th.
9A7 AND all POLK— VERY NICE BTOREB ;
AX) I 4 rooms each : nice location ; $20. ■ .. .y ' ; ,t
I^OUR-STORY~BRrCK AND IRON BUILDING
and basement, 508 . Sacramento St., containing
elevator, power, etc. ; rent $80. Apply DAVID
STERN & SONS, 20 Montgomery st.
OFFICES- TO LET.
Mills building. --■■■■-- ■■■-- '
: v STABLES TO LET. '• - - .
.■p^HEAf ' STABLE^oiT~26'HORSEsT"LARGi
\J yard; house 5 rooms.' 1006 Sansome st. ■ ■« ■'■- ■
:}'■ MONEY to : LOAN. ■ .:;,./;;:
oney and 2d mortgaged
estates, pianos, j MURPHY, 628 Market st. -'.
OANS .ON REAL ESTATE, IST AND 2ND
mortgages,' - furniture - or • pianos . without : re-
moval; lowest rates. BECKER,' 240 Montgomery.
0~~ If HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE ■, WITHOUT
removal, warehouse receipts and other securi-
ties. ( Room 68, Donohos building, cor. Market and
Taylor sts. -;:. :■:■,■■ .r./-- :• .^ ■■'■■.' •.-:?.,';.;-■:-' -.;-.- :'■.■:
IST AND 2ND MORTGAGES, LIFE INSUR-
• ance policies, bank books. GOULD, 633 Maricet.
ONE Y LOANED ON JEWELRY AND DlA-
monds. Mills' building, fifth floor, room «.. g
:/\N ANY SECURITY. AT LOW RATES; DEAL-
-\J, ing confidential: ■■ 43 Crocker building. - .:; ,'--,;„
MUNICIPAL ■: ■;?. LOAN -ii OFFICE, CROCKER
i>X building, room 57; telephone Main 6122. t,
ITNY7~6UM. OF i MONEY; ; ADVANCED iON
' J\- your furniture, pianos or real estate; low rates;
call ■. and ' state your •■ proposition ' or ■ write: ;■ open
evenings.: J. NOONAN, 1021 Mission st. ;:■
oneyloXn cd"on JEWELRY a other
xtX' valuables at the Security Loan Bank, ■ 1106
Market st. .nr: Mason : private entrance 7 Tnrk. ■ -
s r FINANCIAL. ■> 4. ;■;/'.,:,:..:.
T>Ri V^A^FeTp^RTY^MAKES " LOANS ON OlX-
XTmonds, furniture, etc.; $100 up: low interest;
no delay. ,■■ SWASE Y. 121 Stockton st. - %r ,Uj^-»' '
T OW RATES; CITY, "COUNTRY;: COLLAT-
'Jj eral securiUea TRAVERSE, 313 Montg'y. }r
A^~^AST^ITY^OF~^PA^fIS^A^D^FItENCH ! !
in 4 months with Professor Duque's LIV ING '
method ■ practically : taught ' by native, university (
instructors; classes ($3 per month) dRy and eve.
Call and examine this master method. 104 Hayes. ■
NGLISH BRANCHES TAUGHT BY MISS
.'DILLON, 14 McAllister, r. 46 ; private or class. :
SPANiSiTTfrENCH, GERMAN. MElSTER-
schaft School of Languages, 122 O'Farrell st.
CHOOL ELECTRICAL, CIVtL, MINING, ME-
O chanical engineering, surveying, architecture,
assay; estab. '64. VAN PER N AILLEN. 723
STIEHL'S SHORTHAND AND BUSINESS
College, 723 Market st. : diploma course 930.
EDWARD TOJETTI, : . ARTIST, HAS RE-
JJ opened • his . studio and classes. Room >. 141,
Murphy building, corner Market and Jones sts.
VERTICAL AND POINTED HANDWRITING
V taught. C. EISENSCHIMEL, 235 Kearny.
BELASCO'S LYCEUM SCHOOL OF ACTING—
Private theatricals arranged; pupils rehearsed
onstage. R. 6 12, 1. 0. 0. F. block, 7th and Market.
VOCAL TEACHER, JO J SEPH~GIiEVEN, v JM-
proves and beautified even spoiled voices and
procures positions for his pupils. 82 Ninth st. : -
MRS. MELVILLE-SNYDER, ORATORICAL,
Vocal and Dramatic Academy, 519 Van Ness
aye. ; vocal classes Monday, Bp. m., $1 month; dra- |
matic classes Wednesday, Bp. m., $3 month: also j
private lessons and piano; ladies and gentlemen 1
coached for professional or amateur stage (stase for !
practice). ■ ■-■ . - . ....... .,::-. . ~ •
"rPARR'S INBT., 659 BOOKKEEPING
-L taught In 6 weeks. ' We pledge ourselves to keep
free for 6 months books our graduates fall on. '
EALD'S BUSINESS COLLEGE. 24 POST
Bookkpg, business practice, shorthand, typing,
electrical engineering, telegraphy, modern lan-
guages rapidly taught. Write for catalogue.
ILLIAN BEDDARD, THE ENGLISH AC-'
J tress, coaches ladies and gentlemen for th«
dramatic profession ; appearances arranged. Shake-
spearean Academy, 406 Van Ness aye. ... :
CHEAPEST AND BEST IN AMERICA-THE
\J WEEKLY CALL, sent to any address in the
L nlted States or Canada one year for $1 60, post-
T)K. GEORGE W. LEEkT "tHE^GE^NUIXE j
XJ Leek dentist, discoverer of painless extraction
and patentee of improved bridge work or teeth
without any plate, has moved from 6 to 20 O'Far-
rell st. .
R. J. J. LEEK, 1 FIFTH-OPEN EVENINGS,
and Sunday until noon. •
AT CHALFANTB'B,BMASON,COR. MARKET,
-ci. sets of teeth are made to please or no charge;
on bridges, crowns and gold plates prices reduced;
email fallings only $2 ; painless extraction.
ROOME DENTAL ASSOCIATION, 75$TmAR-
ket, bet. 8d and 4tn, gas specialists: only reli-
able agent for palmess extraction: artificial teeth
inn $0 ; fillings from $1 ; extracting 50c, with gas $1.
DR. RE A, 9 SIXTH ST. : ALL DENTAL WORK
at lowest prices ana warranted ; open evenings
<3«7 A SET FOR TEETH: WARRANTED A3
*S> I good as can bo made; filling $1. DR. SIMMS,
dentist, 930 Market st., next Baldwin Theater. .
ALL WORK REASONABLE AND WARRANT-
■A cd. DR. J.W. KEY, 1122 Market st.
DR. H. G. YOUNG. BRIDGES AND TEETH
without plates a specialty. 1841 Polk st.
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.
/^tOLTON DENTAL ASSOCIATION. 806 MAR-
\J ket st. DR. CHARLES W. DECKER.
SHERIFF'S SALES. ,
QH^RiFF^S^^E^ALMON WHEELOCK. "(AS
O executor, etc.). plaintiff, vs. ARABELLA D.
GODFREY ET AL.. defendants.
Sale, Superior Court, Department No. 10. No.
: Under and by virtue of an execution Issued out
of the Superior Court, Department No. 10, of the
City and County of San Francisco. State of Califor-
nia, on the 26th day of March, A. D. 1895, in the
above entitled action, wherein ARABELLA P.
GODFREY, the above-named defendant, obtained
a judgment against ALMON WHEELOCK, as
executor of the last will and testament of ALBERT
G. WHEELOCK, deceased, plaintiff, on the 21st
day of September, A. D. 1891, which said judgment
was recorded in the clerk's office of said court, I am
commanded to sell all the right, title and Interest
of the above-named plaintiff, ALMON WHEEL-
OCK, belonging to him individually, In and to all
those certain lots, pieces or parcels of land situate,
lying and being in the City and County of San
Francisco, State of California, and bounded and de-
scribed as follows: ■ . .
First— That lot of laud . known ■as block 396,
South San Francisco, bounded northerly by Twen-
tieth avenue South, easterly by D street South,
southerly by Twenty-first avenue South and west-
erly by E street South. .
Second — That lot of land known as the southeast
half of block 431, South San Francisco, beginning
at north corner of F street South and Twenty-
third 1 avenue South, thence I northeasterly along
the northwesterly line of F street South two hun-
dred feet, thence at a right angle northwesterly
along the southwesterly line of Twenty-second
avenue South three hundred feet, thence at a right
angle two hundred feet to the northeasterly line
of Twenty-third avenue South, thence at a right
angle along said northeasterly line three hundred
feet to the place of beginning. -
- Public notice is hereby given that on TUESDAY,
. the 4th day of June, A. D. 1895, at 12 o'clock
noon of that day, in front of the, new City Hall,
Larkln-street wing, In the City and County of San
Francisco, I will, in obedience to said execution,
sell all of the right, title and interest of the above-
named plaintiff, ALMON WHEELOCK, belonging
to him ■individually, in and to the above-described
property, or so much thereof as may be necessary
to raise sufficient money to satisfy said judgment,
with interest and costs, etc., to the highest and
best bidder, for lawful money of the United States.
. -- RICHARD I. WHELAN, Sheriff.
San Francisco, May 13, 1895. • \
WILLIAM BARBER, 820 Sansome street, San
Francisco, attorney for defendant.
OFFICE— 9OB BROADWAY.
OAKLAND REAL ISSTATB. _
GiQ7Kn A- SNAP— LARGE FINE 10-ROOM
tJpO I U\J. house with barn; lot 60x150: aristo-
cratic neighborhood; worth $6000; must be sold;
see this before you buy. GRAY & NAISMITH,
463 Ninth St., Oakland.
©Q7C HOUSE, 2 ROOMS; $26 CASH.
<J).4 %O. $150— House, 4 rooms; $ 25 cash, bal-
ance $10 and $15 monthly; near cars; only half
their value. H. B. PI NNEY, 902 Broadwy, Oaklnd.
"Iy ANTED— STOCK OR GRAIN RANCH FOR
»» 20-room house and cottage near Seventeenth
and San Pablo ayes. TEMPLETON, 966 Wash-
ington st., Oakland. . ■-.-'■■'.
ffIJT CM LOTS NEAR LOCAL TRAINS AND
«JP Xtl*/. streetcars for sale on small weekly or
monthly Installments ; buy a home and save your
earnings. H. B. PINNEY, 902 Broadway, Oakland.
OR SALE— NEARLY 1 ACRE OF GROUND
on San Leandro road ; no reasonable offer re-
fused. 1003 3 Broadway, Oakland; room 17.
(2» O')F;n CHICKEN RANCH OF 3% ACRES;
i+ptj£.O\f, house of 6 rooms; barn; 12 chicken-
houses; plenty of tools; plenty of water; horse;
wagon; 1200 thoroughbred fowls: will exchange
for San Francisco property if suitable. Fruitvale
Land Company,' Fruitvale. '.
ROOMED 2-STORY HOUSE; ALL MODERN
improvements: lot 35x116; street sewered;
] city water; close to electric-cars; within 10 min-
utes' walk of local station connecting with San
Francisco; price 92250: terms, $500 ca3n, balance
$30 per month, including Interest. For further
particulars apply to WHITE BROS., 1128 Twen-
, -third aye., Oakland. *3*^sas^ssai!
OR SALE OR LEASE— AT HIGHLAND
Park, cozy country home; 160x190; garden,
; stable; beautiful view. Address THOMAS, East
Twenty-ninth st. and Twenty-third aye., Oakland.
1 riENUINE BARGAIN — NEW MODERN
. VJT •.-■- HOME.
Pretty 2-story house, 10 minutes' walk from
; City Hall, in the center of Oakland 7 rooms, bath,
attic, high basement with cemented floor: every-
■ thing modern and complete; price $3000 only;
; terms to suit; call at once. IA. H. BREED & CO.,
460 Ninth st., Oakland.
: ©CCA A 4-ROOM COTTAG.K AND GOOD
: t]p«JUv/. lot near station, also electric-cars; for
1 only $60 cosh and $15 per month. ALDKN <£
GARFIELD, 902 Broadway, Oakland.
' LEG ANT HOME AT A BARGAIN; STORY
Xv and a half cottage containing 9 rooms and bath ;
• natural wood finish; fine elevation; magnificent
view; large lot; owner going. East; terms easy or
, would .- exchange f6r ■ country land. Apply to
' MATHER & ARNEBT, 467 Ninth St., Oakland.
. J ARGE LIST! OF CITY IMPROVED AND
I JLi unimproved property for exchange for country
land. MATHER & ARNEST, 457 Ninth, Oakland.
HOMES FROM 8400 UP; SEE OUR LOTS
from $75 to $100 each. UNETSINQUR &
. CARROLL, Fruitvale station. . .; . . .:.
! T>UBINESB "AND" RESIDENCE PROPERTY
- JD sold on easy terms; small payment down or ex-
' changed. E. E. BUNCE. 1008 Broadway, Oakland.
.' . <E»7P\ft CASH WILL BUY A NICE 6-BOOM
; €p I O\J cottage, ; worth $2000, leaving a mort-
gage of x $1000. /Address WM. P. TODD, 1008
' Broadway, Oakland. ■-..■■-.' ■'■■< , • - .--.,
A , WEEK'S NEWS FOB 5 CENTS — THE
; -c\- WEEKLY CALL, In wrapper, for mailing. ■■'-■
'■ OAKLAND FURNITURE ;» -FOB ? SALE.
T7IURMTURE AND CARPETS AT YOUR OWN
: J price. H. SCHELLHAAB, 408 Eleventh st. ,
lililUvJKiKY KJSAL. : ESTATJi.
NLY>YBbb-HOUSE OF 7. ROOMS; 2 LOTS^
5 minutes ; from station; . a bargain. JOS. J.
MASON, Dwlght-way station.* ; ■ ;" r . ■
UST BE SOLD— HOUSE OF 6 BOOMS; COR-
ner lot near the station ; > all street work done •
, want an offer. JOS. J. > MASON, Dwight-way
: station. : :j:, ■?:..,:, ; . - ■■_.% . . -...-.; t: : .-■,,_. /r. ■ .
II OR . SALE-ONE OF r THE FINEST ' REWl-
dence properties In Lorln, Berkeley, for f 3000 ;
lot 50x136; see this. ■> 1623 Fatrvlew at:. Lor.n. -'•
'. /'-;; V BERKELEY HOUSES. -.; ,- : > ..:
. BERKELEY- FUitNISHED HOUSE TO RENT
• -D for 3 months ; 9 rooms: 1 8 minutes' walk from
; streetcar; all modern. C. T. W., 2644 Dwlgttt way.
ALAMEDA REAL -ESTATE. -
choice location; street work done ; stone walks ;
exchanges made in city and country real estate. T.
P. BAIRD, 1803 Park St., Alameda. . -
(fl» 1 KC\(\ 100x140, ON CENTRAL AYE., "
«JDt:OUW. 1 block west from Park st.; worth
$7500: will be subdivided. GRAY A NAISMITH,
463 Ninth St., Oakland._ _ __ : £;
©OA" PER" MONTH PURCHASES A NEW B-
tlp^iU room house; hot end cold water and bath.
Address CHARLES DARLING, 508 California St.,
San Francisco. :*. ■ - ; .' : ' ■- : . ■
REAT SACRIFICE: MUST SELL; LOT ON
V3T Central aye., near Oak St.; worth $75 front
foot: will sell for $45. J, B.'HaNLSY, 1351 Park
St., Alameda. ' .
A T FIRST COST: NEW COTTAGE; 5 ROOMS:
-ii- just finished; $"-'OO cash, $85 per mouth.
Owner 1243 Park St., Alameda. . .:.... ':
IF YOU WANT ■■• - ■ ■ '• • - ■•■• -•
A GOOD, SUBSTANTIAL AND STYLISH
CALL ON THE OLD BUILDING FIRM OF
A. R. DENKE, WEBSTER STREET.
ffljl QAA SNAP; NEW MODERN COTTAGE;
tJpJ-tW-', street work, sewer, cement walks
complete: $150 cash; balance $20 monthly.
Alameda bargains, for cash and installments;
houses to let in all part* of Alameda. 11. I' MOR-
EAL & CO., 1432 Park st.
ALAMEDA ItdOMS AND MOUSES.
■jnURNISHED HOUSE; ■ 7 ROOMS; > BATH;
J etc.: June and July. - R.. box 64. Call Office.
BIRTHS— MARRIAGES— DEATHS.
■ *V:. BORN. ] '/■ " "'..! '".'
DE BONNET— In this city, May 12, 1896, to the
wife of A. de Bonnet, a son. j
KAHN— In this city, May 17, 1895, to the wife of .
Joseph Kahn Jr., a son. _- ...;:;.'; v
MATZEN— In this city, May 9, 1895, to the wife of
Otto C. Matzen, a son. . . . ;
NOLEN— In this city, May 18, 1896, to the wife of
William O. Nolen, a son. ;
RISCHMULLER— In this city. May 17. 1895, to
the wife of George Rischmuller, a daughter. "->
WEYL— In St. Louis, Mo., May 18, 1895, to the
wife of Bernard Weyl, a son. . • ;
HAKRIKI). -- ■ .:
GROSSE— GOETZE— In this city, May 18, 1895,
by the Rev. J. Fuendeling, Charles P. Grosse and
HUBER-W In this city, May 19, 1895,
by the Rev. J. Fuendeling, Albert Huber and
■ Louise Walter.
HOFFMANN— In this city.May 10,1895,
by the Rev. J. Fuendeling, Friedrich •J. ' Thlen
and Lizzie Hoffmann. :
TUCHLER— BALDWIN— In this city, Frank A.
Tuchler and May Lillian Baldwin, both of San
Francisco. , .
YON BECKER— In this city, May 16,
1896, by the Rev. J. Fuendeling, John E. C. yon
Oesen and Dora Becker. ' .'!
4 DIED. ~ ,; •
Borowsky, Benjamin • Henneberry, Andrew
Burnett, Peter H. - Halsey. Sarah M. . . ,
Barry, William E. Marks, Celia
Cantwell, Margaret Mohr, John C. .
Calnan, John ' MiN'amara, Genevieve
Castle, Albert E. Noieu (Infant):
Doedes Breuuiug.Bessia . Presbury, Esther
Fischer, Albert . Siecher, Ella L.
Gartner, Clara Wood, Lizzie E.
BURNETT— In this city, May 17, 1895. at the
residence of his son, John M. Burnett, 1713 Lar-
kin street, Peter H.Burnett, a native of ..Nash-
ville, Term., aged 87 years and 6 months:
«3-The funeral will take place THIS DAY
(Monday), at 9:30 o'clock a.m., from the resi-
dence, 1713 Larkin street, thence to St. Ignatius
Church, Hayes street and Van Ness avenue,
where a solemn requiem mass will be celebrated,
commencing at 10 o'clock a. m. Friends are
.invited to attend. Interment Catholic Cemetery
at Santa Clara. ■ ... ..\m^x}]
GENTLEMEN'S SODALITY OF ST. IGNATIUS
College— You are hereby requested to attend the
funeral of our late brother member, Peter H.
Burnett, as per above notice. The Chapel Office
will be recited for the repose of his soul on
WEDNESDAY , May 22, at V o'clock p. m. Rel-
atives and friends are respectfully invited to be
present. By order of
JAMES R. KELLY, Prefect.
Ciias. McAni,iFF, Secretary. ; -
BARRY— in this city, May 17, 1895, William Ed-
ward, dearly beloved and only son of Thomas F.
ana Ellen Barry, and brother of Ella Barry, a na-
tive of San Francisco, aged 8 years 5 months and
4S~ Friends ■ and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Monday), at .2 o'clock P. M., from the resi-
dence of the parents, 43 Ritch street, between
Third and Fourth, Folsom and Harrison. Inter-
ment Mount Calvary Cemetery.
BORQWBKY— this city, May 17, 1895, Benja-
I mm* Borowsky, a native of California, aged 19
CALNAN— A month's mind mass will be cele-
brated for the soul of John Calnan, at St. Paul's
Churcn, TO-MORROW (Tuesday), at 8 o'clock
a. m. Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend :
CASTLE— In this city. May 19, 1895, Albert E.,
beloved husband of Lizzie A. Castle, a native of
, Canada.' . . . .
tar Notice of funeral hereafter.
CANTWELL— A month's mind requiem mass will
be celebrated for the repose of the soul of the late
' Margaret - Cantwell, at St. Patrick's Church,
TO-MORROW (Tuesday), commencing, at ' 8
o'clock a. M. Friends and acquaintances, also
Alta Parlor, N. .D. G. W., are respectfully in-
• vited to attend.
DOEDES BREUNING— In this city, May 19,1895,
Bessie Clifford Coif, beloved wile of Arnold K.
Doedes Breuning, aged 27 years.
FISCHER— In this city, May 18, 1895, Albert,
beloved ' husband of Catherine Fischer, . and
father of Emma, Alma and Elsa Fischer, a native
"of ■ Wurteaoberg, Germany, nged .83 years 4
months and 4 days. Member of Germanla Lodge
No. 1718, K. of H-, San Francisco Schwaben
Vereln. Beer drivers' Benevolent Society. •
Friends and acquaintances are resoect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral TO-MORROW
(Tuesday), at 2 o'clock p. m., from Red Men's
' • Hall. 320 Post street, where the funeral services
will be held under the auspices of Ernst yon
Baudel Lodge No. 3. O. d. H. 8. Remains at par-
lors of Theodor Dierks, 957 Mission struct, be-
tween Fifth and Sixth. Interment I. O. O. V.
' Cemetery- '* - ' • '■ ' ■ ■••" ■ ' ■
GARTNER— In Alameda, May 17, 1895, Clara
Gartner, a native of London, England, aged 79
years and 9 months. •- . ■ • , : .; .- '
HENNEBERRY-In this city. May 19, 1896, An-
drew, beloved husband of Johanna, and father of
Johanna Henneberry, a native :of Cloncurry,
County Kilkenny, Ireland, aged 63 years. •-. -
«S"The funeral will take place TO-MORROW
(Tuesday), at 9 o'clock a. m., from his late resi-
dence, 126 Francisco street, thence to St. Francis
Church, Valleio street, where a requiem high
mass will be celebrated for the repose of his
soul, commencing at 9:80 o'clock a. m. . inter-
. ment Holy Cross Cemetery. .
HALSEY— In this city, May 18, 1895, Sarah. M.
"Halsey, a native of New York, aged 63 years; ;
■ Friends are respectfully invited to attend
the funeral services TO-MORROW (Tuesday), at
10:30 o'clock a. m., at the parlors of N. Gray *
Co., 641 ■ Sacramento street, thence by. 11:45
' o'clock a. ix. train from Third and Townsend
streets, to Cypress Lawn Cemetery.
MARKS— In Uealdsburg, Cal., May 17, 1895, Celia
Marks, a native of Poland, aged 43 years and 2
months. . - ■
MOHR— In Pasadena, May 17.1895, John Corne-
lius, beloved brother of Henry P., Annie, Paul,
Herman and William Mohr, a native of Mount
Eden, Cal., aged 35 years and 4 months. ■
;■-■•.-• t&r Friends and ; acquaintances are - respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral TO-MORROW
.(Tuesday), at 1 o'clock p. m., from his late resi-
McNAMARA— In this city, May 10, 1895. Gene-
vieve, daughter of Bernard and the late I Harriet
McNamara, a native of Santa Rosa, Sonoma
County, Cal. •■ -.'••'■•■ . . : ......
£irFrieu.ds . and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral TO-MORROW
(Tuesday), at 8 o'clock a. m.. from the chapel of
St. Mary's Hospital, . First and Bryant streets.
> Interment Mount Calvary Cemetery. . „ . t . ■.
NOLEN— In this city, May 18, 1895, infant son of
Mr, and Mrs. .William O. Nolen. . ; ■
PRESBURY— this city. May 19, 1895. Esther,
wife of William W. Presbury, a native of Schen-
ectady, N. V., aged 73 years- * (Schenectady- (N.
V.) and Washington (D. C.) papers please copy.J
£9* Friends are respectfully Invited to attend
the funeral services TO-MORROW (Tuesday), at
2 o'clock p. m.. at the residence of Charles A.
■ Bayly, 2714 Pine street. Interment Schenec-
: .tady, N.Y. -:.:.: - ;• ,1 .-.
STECHER-In this city, May 18, ■ 1895, Ella L.,
" beloved wife of Edward btecher, . a native of
WorrhlngtQa, Ohio, aged 22 years ,2 months and
26 days. C ;•* . -; :■ •-'"; ..\ ?-• •■ : '
JiarThe funeral will take place THIS DAY
(Monday) at 2 o'clock p. m., from the
residence of Mrs. E. Stecher, 817 Minna street,
between Fourth and Fifth. Interment I. O. O. F.
Cemetery. ' • * -•..;' ". -." ;-:■::'
WOOD— In East Oakland, May 18, 1895, Lizzie E.
; Wood, a native of Albany, N. V., aged 62 years
'10 months and 24 days. '■■'- * ' ' -■' "
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Everything Requisite for First-class Funerals
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\J grounds for sale and lots laid out on the Lawn
system or inclosed with ; low walls, as purchaser
may desire. '"'■'•'', \i ''' :
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" J Cemetery permanent. • ;
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apply to the superintendent on the grounds, Cen-
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tiful, permanent and easy of 'access; '■' see it < befor* -
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