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O~SELL~~A. BUSINESS OF ANY KIND
quick for cash see STRAND & CO., 45 Third St.
©OXrt PORK AND DELICATESSEN
§S^OU. store; good place. STRAND & TUT-
store; good piace. STRAND & TUT-
I.K. 45 Third St. " .-''."■•
<_» Q- r COFFEE SALOON NEAR KEAKNY:
<&>JHd. clears $100 a month. STRAND &
TUTTLE, 45 Third St.
«£?*£~h SALOON: FULL VALUE IX SIGHT;
&bOU. make offer. STRAND & TUTTLE, 45
Third st. ■■
CJO^fl PARTNER WANTED IN A THRiV-
— «JU. ing cash business; duties light and
qaeilv learned: established several years; remain-
ing partner a well-known business man and thor-
oughly responsible: will clear to each from $50 to
$75 per month: partner preferred to hired help;
see to-day. STRAND A TUTTLE, 45 Third st.
T>ROLL A STENBI2KG 719 MARKET
X 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.
' J'ROLI. & STKXBERG. 719 Market street.
CM CA WELL ■ ESTABLISHED CORNER
*C'~iO\J • butcher business: splendid location;
big outside trade; horse; wagon; must sell, ac-
count departure. PROLL & STENBERG, 719
Market st. . . .
USTSELLON ACCOUNT OF DEPARTURE—
Big-paying bakery ; 2 horses, wagon, large cus-
tom trade: uses 4 barrels flour dally. PROLL &
BTES BERO, 719 Market H.
J_7(U| FOR GROCERY. BAR; GOOD «TOCIC;
.7 | \J\J fixtures: old established place: sickuess.
PROLL A aTENBER<fc. 719 Market st.
<M M \ CORNER GROCERY AND BAB;
•T rfOK.'. PROLL & STENBERG, 719 Market su
Q7OO FIXE STATIONERY, NOTION, CAN-
«£3 I W. dy store: two agencies: fixtures juid
stock worth money asked; present owner 3 years;
departure- PROLL&STEKX BKRG, 719 Market st.
< 1 300 FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT ON
**3-L«J\JV/. Market st-: fixtures worth price
asked: big inducement: bargain. PROLL &
STEXBERO, 719 Market st.
& Aflft CIGAR STORE NEAR MARKET:
Viv/V, popular stand In business center: clears
$150 month; easily run; selling account departure.
PKOLL A BTENBKRG. 719 Market st.
"cjJfJA OLD-ESTABLISHED CORNER SA-
' tVVf . loon: business center; sAcritice; must
sell account other business: trial: full Investiga-
tion allowed: don't miss it. PROLL & STEN-
BERG, 719 Mark.-: '
Goon OPPORTUNITY FOR A MAN WITH
$SOO to buy Interest in well established cash
business; full Investigation allowed: references ex-
changed. PROLL A STENBEBO, 719 Market st.
"®*>nA~BA KI.KY.YaMiY. SODA AND ICE~
— \'\.'. crenm parlor: best location; near Mar-
ket: finely tilted: 2 living-rooms; low rent: re-
.•l:* »a day. BARRETT A CO., 865% Market.
VOR SALE FOR $6000-CUAMPAGXE MAN-
I ufacturlng business of established reputation;
owner will assist until part.v is thoroughly familiar
with business. Address Champagne, room 4, 325
Montgomery st. . -^
N I' ! . I »— ACTIVE BUSINESS MAN WITH
>' capital to join advertiser in a manufacturing
business ; rare chance for the right man. Address
S. M.. box 27, this office. ■ ■ ■
\\rELL - ESTABLISHED AND PAYING
'» business for sale: capital required, slo,ooo;
cash or secured notes: every facility for exam-
ination offered to an intending purchaser, and will
assist party until thoroughly familiar with the
'justness. Address B. G. L., Call Office, Oakland.
QOA f\f\(\ HOTKL PROPERTY AND BUSI-
«CSOv/.UWv/. ness for sale: best paying business
on line of railroad, in thriving town; did business
$35,000 in 1894, far better expectations for 1895;
fine buildings and grounds; accommodations
ample and first-class; splendid opportunity and
bargain to right man. CURTIS BOWLEY, Mills
building, San Francisco. y- • .'
pONFECTIOXERY AND ICECREAM PAR-
\J lors in the vicinity of Baldwin Hotel: doing a
good business; handsomely fitted up; selling on
account of sickness: price $1600. Apply W. F.
HEALY <fc CO.. 23 Kearny sU
E" ARE CHANCE; $4000 WILL BUY THE EN-
■ tire interest of the finest and leading store on
the coast in that especial line; well and newly
stocked and doing a fine and still growing business
in the city of Oakland; only reason for disposing of
same owner compelled' to go to Europe; no agents.
Apply in person to V. P. MITCHELS, Fourteenth
and Webster streets, Oakland.
X|IINE SALOON, DOING AX EXCELLENT
-T business: tine stock and fixtures: splendid loca-
tion: or would take partner. 1. G. FITZGER-
ALP A CO.. 19 Sixth st. ■ -
©1 1 (\(\ CORNER GROCERY AND BAR,
O-L-LvV/. with 3 living-rooms; rent $30; first-
class location: good-paying place. WILKE, 235
Kearny st., room 4. ,
«T ANTED— TO PURCHASE AN INTEREST
WANTED— TO PURCHASE AN IXTEREST
'» in a paying country weekly newspaper, Re-
publican or independent in politics. Address, with
full particulars, price, terms, etc. A. M., box 77,
Call Office, ■ - - ■::•.:.>
(\(\C\ PARTNER: INVESTIGATE ;
V IvJUVJ. first-class opportunity. Room 2,
Tretheway block, Stockton, Cal.
PARTNER WANTED— LADY! OR GENTLE-
-C man with means; respectable first-class paying
business. 112 Taylor at., room 7.
jj/wj. FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT.
•^t!\JU. clearing $150 per month. Inquire of
proprietor Fonzo Cafe, Berkeley Station.
BURNISHED FLAT AND RESTAURANT;
X great sacrifice; doing good business. For par-
ticulars call J. J. HAVES, 2942 Mission st.
T>KER-BOTTLIXG ESTATE 1 M KNT: DO-
-D Ing a fair business. For particulars apply sa-
loon NE. cor. O'Farrell and Powell sts., 11 and 12
A. K. JAS. GARRITY.
o^qnn GROCERY and bar; CENTRAL
V^-jOUU. location on one of the best corners on
Market st.: will invoice $1800; fine fixtures; guar-
anteed to clear $150 monthly; good horses and de-
livery wagons. 30 Kearny St., room 6.
GjQPifi FIRST- CLASS SALOON AND
i^OuU. liquor-store In best locality; Investiga-
tion invited: full value in sight; good cause for sell-
ing at such sacrifice. Apply at once at 110 Sixth
St., room 22. ■ ___^
lADY TO PURCHASE HALF INTEREST IN
J splendid business and manage whole on salary.
131 Post St., room 21. ■
p LOBE BILLIARD HALL, 921 kearny ST.;
"T run by present owner eight years, who is sell-
ing for best of reasons; no agent to apply.
OLD ESTABLISHED HOTEL AT A SACRI-
flee, as the parties wish to leave the city: no
agents. Address S., box 14, Call Office.
piGAR-STORE IN OAKLAND: FINE LOCA-
\J tlon: good place for a slpady man; for sale.
For particulars, 424 Montgomery st.
QQAAA GROCERY AND . BAR DOING A
O "v v«. Rood trade: good reason for selling.
Address W. 1;., box 62, Call Office.
ARE OPPORTUNITY FOR MAN WITH
$5000. Address B. C, box 19, Call.
PA INTSH OP-FIN E TRADE; COMPLETE
outfit: splendid chance. Cheap, box 81. Call.
T ADY PARTNER IN SMALL PAYING BUST
1 ' ness. Address A., Call Branch Office, 116 Ninth.
Q9AH PARTNER WANTED IN LIGHT
\J\J. business: proprietor been in business
over 18 years; has trade of nearly all leading mer-
cantile houses of the city; no night or Sunday work;
mast be satisfied with $18. to $25 per week. 6
.Stockton St., room 1, top floor. • . -
"O1 f\(\ WANTED— PARTY TAKE CHARGE
1*""". laundry office: *12j>er week and com-
mission; references required. Apply 1001. Market
Bt', room 1.
1~ >OR SALE— FRUITSTORE, HORSE, HAR-
.r ness and wagon. Inquire 1209 Turk St.
V\r ANTED— GOOD ~ PAYING BAKERY IN
'» country. 8., Call Branch, 717 Larkin st. *
T> ESTAURANT MUST BE SOLD THIS WEEK:
XV no reasonable offer refused; sickness the cause
for quick sale. Apply CalLOfnce.
"WANTED— PARTY TO INVEST $300 IN ES-
' V tablished office business; . clearing $75 to $150
per month : money secured. • 873 Vi Market st.
T)AYING SALOON BUSINESS; BEST. TOWN
J- near San Francisco: receipts from $15 to
$50 a day: billiard tables, safe, furniture: easy
terms. C. K. KING, 902 Broadway, Oakland.
C'OO£ BRANCH BAKERY, CIGARS, CAN-
«>-__._). T dies, with 3 rooms. See BUCHANAN
A: CO., 765 Market st. __'
C*l riK PARTNER IN ONE OF THE BEST-
OLi O. paying saloons south Of Market. 249
Third st. ; no agents. ■• ■ " ■ • -■
C' Q f\(\f\ SALOON ON MARKET ST., NEAR
*ZO\}\J\J. Baldwin: good stock; finest fixtures;
$40 daily Income: this is positively the biggest
bargain ever offered; will take half cash. See
SMITH, HUBER A CO., 1001 Market st.
"VOR ALE— FRUIT AND CANDY STAND IN-
J- Fide depot, cor. California st. and Central aye.
p OOD-PAYINO RESTAURANT: OLD ESTAB-
VT lishment'on city front; must sell this week on
account of departure; no reasonable offer refused.
Apply at once 232 Third st. -
p ERMAN WIDOW WISHES PARTNER IN
VT restaurant;. sl2s. Apply this office.
RNAMENTAL IRON AND GRILL WORK
and locksmith shop; good location;, sale ac-
count of departure. 669 Howard st.
"PARTNER WANTED BY WELL-KNOWN
X.bu'cher to open shop; good butcher known in
city preferred ;. small capital. Apply 916 Bryant.
(jj»77£T7\ SALOON; CHEAPEST PLACE OX
t^Z.OVJ. water front; rent $25. 4 Washington st.
■pARTNEH (ACTIVE . OR SILENT) OLD-
X established business in city. - P., box 79, Cell. •
OR SALE — VARIETY BAZAAR: ESTAB-
Ushed 15 rears; for sale cheap; account death
proprietor; living rooms. Apply 204 Fifth st. :
after 12 p. m. ' ,
*CCA RARE OPPORTUNITY; COFFEE
«!J«JtJU« and chop house; best location; • will
prove to clear 150 per month; trial given till sat-
isfied; must Bell account Of death. SMITH, 1001
Market. .- ■
If OR SALE— DELICACY STORE STOCK
- and fixtures;- 3 rooms; 'fine location for ice
cream and candy; must be sold ; no reasonable of-
fer refused; great bargain. 618 Geary.
OC,nnA INTERIOR AGENCY OF THIS PA-
%pU\J\J\J. per; pays over $200 per month; sick-
liesa cause of selling. Apply this office. '
ID-ESTABLISHED: SALOON; GOOD
V 7 chance: must be sold on account of sickness.
819 Third st. , --■..>■•■ - •.v ~ ..
WANTED — STEADY SHOEMAKER TO
ii start repalring-shop: no opposition. 744 j
t ourth eU • ;. ■-
SALOON FOR SALE CHEAP; CHEAT BENtT I
Jiaulr* 2002 Union at*. . ' <.< <> I
,-^E?j£i£ s j__y HA:scEs "- co;titinn ' Bd '
$500 FJNE CORNER BAKERY: DOING
qpviry. anexcellont business ; horse and wagon ;
splendid location. .see JOHN KElPY,l9Slxthst.
V 0K A SALE — FINE GROCERY AND BAR; I
J- good business; splendid "location: large stock
•iiui in,.? fixtures, Inquire JOHN REIDY «fc CO., I
£9 Sixth.. -s> _ , . . ,
$; 1 (400 halfcasuTbalanceinstall-
< P, lWU - ments: business. pays $175 month;
right man can easily increase it to $500 or more.
Inquire CURTIS & BOWLEY, 32 second floor,
GROCERY AND BAR DOING GOOD BUSI-
VJ ness: on corner; 6 living-rooms: large yard;
low rent : jo be sold at sacrifice on account of 111
health. Apply 501 seventh at., cor. Bryant. |
Ci^A~ CORNER GROCERY AND BAR: 4
KD\fxJ\J . living-rooms: In Mission; doing good
business: by owner of building; wants to re-
tlre. LOOM ISA CO., 8731. Market st.
OLD ESTABLISHED SHOESTORE; HAVING
good custom trade: owner wishes to retire from
business. Apply to LOUIS BLANCHETTE, 304
pTIANCE TO GO IN GROCERY BUSINESS
J at invoice; 1 wagon, almost new. 1142 Fclsom.
T UNCH AND COFFEE PARLOR, i BLOCK
XiotV Market st , for sale at a sacrifice; owner
having other business must sell at once. Parlor,
box 112. Call Office. »
"O 0 OPPORTUNITY; RARE CHANCE
-L> for tna right man with a few thousand dollars
capital; can liecome a partner in first-class cash
business. Address S. M., box 27, this office.
F~ OR KALK— RESTAURANT ON BUSH BT M
bet. Kearny ana Montgomery. For particulars
apply to LAN PRY C. B.VBIX, 413 Kearny st.
GOOD PAYING STATIONERY, NEWS
untidy and toy store, for sale. 1650 Polk st.
ORSALE-GOOD INSIDE ROUTE OX THIS
paper. Apply 1404 Ellis St.
LADY WANTS PARTNER: SOME CAPITAL:
good business. Room 33. 418 Ellis st.
IRST-CI.ASS SALOON AND LIQUOR-STORE
on Market st. Address P., box 19, this office.
uTCHKR BUSINESS FOR SALE IN COUN-
i-> try. Address T. It., box 63. Call Office.
MO ST BE SOLD AT ONCE; BEST PAYING
livery stable in town; 80 boarders; 25 livery
horses: hacks, buggies, etc.; centrally located:
low rent; this is a fine opportunity to get a good
business at a bargain; principals only. Address
P. P., box 127, this office.
GOOD PAYING RESTAURANT AND 8A-
loon: sale on account of departure; good pros-
pect of business increasing. Address \V., box 29,
LODGING-HOUSES FOE SALE.
CjKfin 1 5 ROOMS ; TAYLOR ST. : MO DERN
<ptJUU. furniture; folding beds; clears $55 not.
if Boo— 42 rooms; good location; rent $95; sub-
stantial furniture; make offer.
$700— Boarding and lodging bouse; 10 rooms;
near Sutler; rent $45; 25 steady boarders.
SPECK & CO., 80 Montgomery st.
ELEGANT FURNISHED HOUSE 6 ROOMS:
parlor, 3 bedrooms, 2 kitchens; rent $16; two
rooms pay the rent. 427 Natoma st.
"OUTTERFIELD (WILLIAM), AUCTIONEER;
XJ bargains in lodging-houses. Crocker building.
FURNITURE FOB SALE.
$'2 1o; Roxbury Brussels. 750 laid; oilcloth,
20c; open evenings. SHIBEK, 1310 Stockton st,
HG. KRASKY, CARPETS, PICTURES,
. folding, iron beds, furniture; low prices; CaL
stepi adder manufactd for the trade. 779 Mission. !
I pUT PRICES IN FURNITURE a x d CARPETS i
\J this week atMcCABE'S, 848-950 Mission st.
REDUCTIONS ON LARGE STOCK, NEW AND
XV second hand; 400 carpets, good as new- otl-
cloth, 25c; parlor suits, $19 up; linoleum, 45c;
7-piece chamber suits, $14 60; cornice-poles, 25c; I
ranges, $6; cash or Installments; goods shipped I
free. T. H. NELSON, 126 Fourth st. ' .
UTTE RFIELD, AUCTIOXEE r7~I 6 ~Mca£
i-> lister St.— Specialty, buying furniture of houses.
JC. MUTHKR, THE AUCTIONEER. BUYS
■ furniture at highest cash prices. 5 Fourth st.
-i-» sels,- 75c. laid; linoleum, . 40c; heavy oilcloth
'-'Or- open evenings. > H IREK. 1330-1312 Stockton.
\J renovated same as new. S. FERGUSON &
CO., 23 Tenth st. Telephone number, south 86.
AT 1 ONAL CARPET BEATING AND RENO-
-!-> vßting Works, HAMPTON & XUXAX ; laying
apd altering. 313-315 Guerrero; Tel. Mission 244.
C~ ~ITY STEAM CAK AT ING AND
/ Renovating Works, 38 and 40 Eighth st. G. K.
STEVENS, manager. Telephone No., south 250.
XITHEN YOU BECOME DISGUSTED WITH
' i poor work send to SPAULDIXG'S Pioneer Car-
pet Beating Works, 853-7 Tehama ; i*i. So-40.
OXKLIN'S CARPET BEATING WORKS. 333
Golden Gate aye.: telephone east 126. .■
TH ifjTE. MITCHELL CARPET-CLEANING
Co. (incorp.); old established carpet cleaning
machines; cleaning 3c yard. 230 14th, tel. 6074.
J MCQUEEN 'S~CA~RHKT BEATING AND REX-
O . ova-aim work*. 453 Stevenson: tel. 3228.
STORAGE; FURNITU^Ei^IA^oTANDITER^ I
chandise; advances made. LIEBES S. W. CO., I
90U Market St., room 4.
\ LSONBROa.l 710 MARKET ST.— GET OUR I
'» rates and examine our method for storage of \
furniture an,l"»ull kinds of household goods; dust !
and vermin proof; separate rooms at low rates.
AFE, DRY. CHEAP PLACE to store YOUR I
furniture, etc. LUNDY FURNITURE COM-
PANY, 818 Mission st.
FURNITURE, PIANOS AND OTHER MER-
JJ chandise received on storage; money advanced
on consignments; fire-proof building. 410Postst.,
QTORAGE OF FURNITURE, PIANOS, HOUSE-
O hold goods, etc. J. M. PIERCE, 735 Market st. |
IRST-CLASS STORAGE ; ADVANCES MAD E" '
421-423 Market sU CHAS. L. TAYLOB.
assessment notices. .
-J-x Cisco and San Joaquin Valley Railroad Com-
pany. 'Location. of principal place of business,
City and County of San Francisco, State of Cali-
Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of the
Directors held on the 21st day of May, 1895, an as-
sessment of ten dollars ($10) per share was levied
upon the capital stock of the corporation, payable
immediately to the Bank of California, treasnrer of
said corporation, at the office of said treasurer,
northwest ' corner of Sansome and . California
streets, In the City and County of San Francisco,
State of California.
Any stock upon which this assessment shall re-
main unpaid on tbe2d day of July, 1895, will be
delinquent and advertised for Rale at public auc-
tion, and unless payment Is made before, will 1 be
sold on the SOth day of July, 1895, to pay the de-
linquent assessment, together with costs of adver-
tising and expenses of sale. By order of the Board
ALEXANDER MACKIE, Secretary.
No. 321' Market street, City and County of San
Francisco, State of California. "
DELINQUENT SALE NOTICES.
nda'riT'gSlp~an o~silv "minTno I
Company— Location of principal place of busi-
ness, San Francisco, California; location of works,
Oregon City, Butte County, California.
Notice— There are delinquent upon the following
described stock, on account of assessment (No. 4)
levied on the seventeenth (17th) day of April, 1895,
the several amounts set opposite the names of the
respective shareholders, as follows:
Names. Cert. Shares. Ain't
McGrath 34 500 $15 00
GOHink. 154 1000 30 00
GOHink 155 1000 SO 00
GOHlnfc .168 1000 30 00
GOHink 165 1250 47 60
G0Hink......... 166 500 15 00
C A Stockton.... 146 100 3 00
C A Stockton. Tr 195 200 -6 00
C A Stockton, Tr 196 400 12 00
C A 5t0ckt0n, Tr........... 108 75 2 25
Mrs PC Hullard .....245. 2500 375 00
ATGraner ...42 2085 62 55
R Herold ....251 2500 76 00
R Herold 252 2500 75 00
Sylvester Gardner, Tr :.. 63 1000 SO 00
Sylvester Gardner, Tr ....... 66 \ 1000 30 00
Sylvester Gardner, Tr ..69 3750 112 60
Sylvester Gardner, Tr........ 77 500 . 15 00
Sylvester Gardner, Tr 100 9490 284 70
Sylvester Gardner, Tr .106 250 760
Sylvester Gardner, Tr .107 250 7 60
6ylvester Gardner, Tr....... 108 250 ' 760
Sylvester Gardner, Tr 123 3760 112 60
Sylvester Gardner, Tr .'.162 250 ■ 750
Sylvester Gardner, Tr....... .183 250 7 60
Sylvester Gardner, Tr... 178 4000 120 00
Sylvester Gardner, Tr 192 200 600
Sylvester Gardner, Tr 193 340 10 20
Sylvester Gardner, TT........199 9300 279 00
JasSßrownell.. 50 1000 80 00
GeoADuprez ...72 840 25 20
R H Burk«.' 2(»'_ 2o ■ 75
Brandon. 121 250 750
Tyler Beach 96 1000 30 00
Tyler Beach 183 9000 270 00
Tyler Beach 217 3767 113 01
WH Brown 147 50 160
T E Jewell 222 90 2 70
TE Jewell 247 1000 80 00
Wm Farrington 148 •50 150
CD Wright........ ......;149 100 3 00
CDWrhjht 246 45 135
Francis Stewart .229 70 2 10
AB Crist :. ..•.....".. ........ .161 ' 60 'l 50 j
JH Henry..... ......225 11000 830 00 i
J H Henry... ..........194 29875 896 25
C M Wooster..... .......218 3766 112 98 '
WGLorigan........ ....1.221 2545 -76 35 1
Martin Jones 226 10 30!
ChasE Stewart..:.... 227 .10 30 I
Hume X Spencer. .:...228 10 •• 30 I
Nathan Cr0cker........ 248 2500 75 00
BBHulse :....... 249 14600 435 00
B 8Hu15e......... ......250 14070 422 10 j
- And in accordance with law and lan • order from
the Board of Directors made on ; the seventeenth j
(17th) day of April, 1895, so many shares of eacb
parcel of such stock as may be necessary will be '
sold at public auction at the office of ■ the company, 1
room 3 of the Mills Building, in the city of San :
Francisco, ■ California. : on MONDAY, - the tenth
(10th) day of June, 1895. at the hour of one (1) \
o'clock p. m. of said day, to pay said delinquent as-
eesnment tnereon, together with cost of advertising
' and expense of sale. - ' ■ ' -■ :•
C. M. WOOSTBR, Secretary.
Office— Boom 3, Mills Building, Ban Francisco, j
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1895.
CITY REAL ESTATE. _
AI- nonmEß. LOUIS A. SOUC
T A. SOUC & CO.,'
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE BROKERS.
HOUSES RENTED. RENTS COLLECTED.
465 AND 467 VALENCIA ST., NEAR 16TH.
As we make a special of Mission property aria
are right on the spot, we can save you time and
money by calling on us at once.
$17,000—50x122:6; Mission and 22d; transfer
corner: pood investment; store, 3 rooms and sta-
ble: upper flat, 6 rooms and bath. j
$6000—25x122:6: Mission St.. nr. ISth: cheap;
bay-window bouse 6 rooms and bath in Al order.
$6250—25x110; Guerrero . St., nr. 14th; modern
bay-window flats. 6 and 6 rooms and bath; laun-
dry: basement; rents $47. ,-?■••*-■ v ■
$4500—25x100: Guerrero St., bet. 22d and 23d;
bay-window fiats, 4 and 5 rooms; Jbalh; brick
foundation; always rent. ...
$3500—42x137: Fair Oaks, nr. 3 Bth: a snap;
noose 9 rooms, bath, and cottage of 4 rooms.
$2500—25x114; Dorland. nr. Guerrero; cottage;
6 rooms; bath ; stable and driveway; just the thing
$3600—26x100; Willow aye., 17th and 18th;
bay-window fiats; 6 and 6 rooms; baths; this is a
$1450—25x114; Day st., near Sanchez; cottage;
3 rooms: chhap., ,
.^2100—22x70; Rondell St., off Sixteenth, nr.
Mission; 2-story house, 6 rooms; bath; street work
all done and accepted; cheap.'
Our list comprises some of the best property in
the Mission. Lota of all sizes in any of - the home-
steads; also good business corner 3 in any part of
the Mission. Call and get a list and prices. '
If you want your vacant houses . rented place
them with us.
L. A. SOUC & CO., 465 and 467 Valencia St., near
ffIjKCAA A MAGNIFICENT RESIDENCE
«Jp».)t_)Uly . of 7 rooms, with every modern con-
venience; grand marine view.
2 flats on Natoma st., near 14th: always rented;
$24 per month: no reasonable oner refused.
Kanches to exchange for city or Oakland prop-
erty. For further particulars call or address C. H.
WORKMAN, 630 Market st.
§Q A flfi RENTS $ 108 PER ANNUM; JONES
OttUU. St., NX. cor. Valparaiso: Nos. 2114,
14%, 2116, 2116%, 2-story frame; lot 30x62:6.
$200—100x120: in block 87, University Home-
$8000— West End Map, No. 1 ; block No. 32.
115x100: corner in block 36, Abbey
Homestead Association, San Mateo County.
5600— 235x100: corner in block No. 31, Abbey
Homestead Association, San Mateo County.
CHAS. C. FISHER, 507 California st.
SOL GETZ & BROTHER,
REAL ESTATE OWNERS,
ROOM A, FIRST FLOOR, CROCKER BUILDING.
HEADQUARTERS FOR PARK LOTS. .
NEW BLOCKS, NEW LOTS, GOOD LOCATIONS,
Come now and get bargains in lots on install-
©inn $125, $150 TO $300 FOR LOTS
tDXUU. north and south of park: fine locality.
$10 down and $5 monthly. SOL GETZ & BRO.
dl»_>P.A TO $1100 FOR GRADED LOTS,
tiFOOxJ ready to build on In Richmond and south
of park, near cable and electric cars, on easy In-
stallments. SOL GETZ & BRO.
'(IjJ iVaa" $150 TO $250 FOR SPLENDID LOTS
iJ)JLUU. near Mission st. and electric-cars; your
choice of 50 lots: only $10 down and $5 monthly.
SOL GETZ A BRO.
pALL FOR MAPS AND DIAGRAMS.
SOL GETZ & BRO., Owners,
Room A, first floor, Crocker building.
HOUSE, 5 ROOMS AND BATH,
iD^ttUU. 814 Elizabeth, near Castro, % block
of Twenty-fourth; electric road; street sewered,
macadamized. Apply K. JACOBSON, owner, 114
Post st. .
* N OPPORTUNITY
OF A LIFETIME
TO BUY A HOUSE OX EASY TERMS.
Don't fall to examine those 8-room houses on the
sunny side of Cole st.'. nr. Haight; to be sold at
| auction on June 6; similar houses in the close
vicinity have been selling for $8000: the houses
are going to be sold for whatever they will bring.
pOTTAGE 3 LARGE ROOMS AND CELLAR;
\J yard; chicken and cow house and number of
chickens: cheap. 6 Caroline St., bet. 9th and 10th.
HOUSKS FOR SALE ON SMALL MONTHLY
payments: loans made on San Francisco real
I estate. LOUIS BLANK 214 Pine St., nns. 58 & 69.
I <3i Qf\f\f\ 2 FLATS; LOT 25x75: NO AGENT.
<£)O\J\J\J. 8y 2 Langton st.
•tt^Twi COTTAGE OF2 ROOMS IN BERKE-
<JpUUU. ley, lot 40x135, $50 down, slo monthly;
houses and lots all over town. CHAS. A. BAILEY,
46 Market St. or Berkeley station. Berkeley. .
A WEEK'S NEWS FOR 5 CENTS — THE
WEEKLY CALL, in wrapper, for mailing.
" COI'STKV KEAL. ESTATE.
: tt«J Saratoga; 2z acres fruit; beautiful location,
! offered very low for good trade, or would divide.
; Apply to C. K. KING, 902 Broadway, Oakland.
__AAfl CASH— BO ACRES, SECTION 18, TP.
3P DUU 10 S., R. 2 E., M. D.|M., unimproved, near
Wrights, Santa Cruz County. Address C, box 6, I
Call Office. : ■ ■ ;
T?STABLISHED 1860— MAR YSVILLE NUR-
Jil series for sale: must be sold; particulars.
WILLIAM COUGHLAN. Marysvllle, Cai.
"I C TOWN LOTS UNDER CULTIVATION
J-O with vegetables and small fruit: house with 6
rooms, barn and outhouses: ready sale for all veg-
etables. ISAIAH HAJRTMAN, Boulder Creek,
Cal., box 62.
i-tO for sale cheap; good house and barn and work,
shop; 3 acres in vines; 1 acre orchard; 1 good cow;
50 chickens: 20 ducks: 2 miles from Marti.'.
Contra Costa County; cash, $2500 ; no agents. Ad-
dress A. 14., Martinez, Cal. .
T7UNE RANCH TO EXCHANGE FOR OAK-
-C land property; fertile soil; timber, water, fam-
ily orchard; 12 miles from Oakland; would ex-
change part or whole: would assume moderate lia-
bility. Apply to WM. CROLL, 1006 Broadway,
Oakland. ■ '
OR SALE— BO ACRES CHOICE LAND NEAR
Lincoln, Placer County; 9 acres in fine table
grapes: at a ereat bargain; yield this year over
$500. BENEDICT & CO., 457 Ninth St., Oakland.
(D/IKAA 86 ACRES IN NAPA VALLEY;
<J£)^:O\J\J. 18 acres in vines, bearing; 600 prune
trees: balance timber and pasture land; a bargain.
1., H., Calistoga, Cal. • • ■ . ' ■
RANGE TRACT; 40 ACRES; 1000 TREES,
large house, barn, etc. : for sale at a bargain.
Particulars of J. F. CROSKTT, 628 Sacramento st.
OR 4 LOVELY BROOKSIDE HOMES, NEAR
town. A. M. DENNETTE, Glen Ellen, CaL
4 TO 10 ACRE LITTLE HOMES ON EIGHT
years' credit. D. H. TWING, Sonoma City, Cal.
OSS VALLEY— HOUSE: 7 ROOMS; BATH;
large lot; near station; $2000, or exchange city
property. JAMES TUNSTEAD, San Anselmo.
A N E«4UAL SHOW FOR ALL; STRAIGHT,
-£*. fair and square . deal; •• un Investment offered
that is honest ; own your own home and be Inde-
pendent: try it and yon will flnd 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 100x160; land suitable for all kinds of fruit,
berries or grain; needs no Irrigation; climate un-
surpassed anywhere in California; 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. BEXSO\
CO., 902 Broadway, Oakland. _^
M GRIFFIN, COTTON WOOD, CAL., SENDS
• free circulars and prices of cheap land.
ARIN COUNTY— SOOO ACRES 26 MILES
from San Francisco.
RANCHO DE NOVATO.
Tracts of any size desired; fruit, grain and vege-
table land; no Irrigation; both rail and water
transportation; $40. to $75 per acre; easy terms,
town of Novato; graded school, hotels and stores
on the property ; send for circular. .
Dairy for sale with or without cows, '
SYNDICATE INVESTMENT COMPANY, 64
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 6 or 7 years, apply 326 Montgomery St., 8. F.
MONEY TO LOAN. "
PER ~ CENT—LOWEST RATES ON CITY,
country and collateral securities. SHAD-
BUBNE JR. <fc CO., 313 Montgemery st. -
OANS ON, REAL ESTATE, IST AND 2ND '
mortgages, furniture or pianos without r re-
moval; lowest rates. ■ BECK 240 Montgomery.
ONEY AT 6%; IST AND 2D MORTGAGES,
estates, pianos. MURPHY, 828 Market st. :
N HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE WITHOUT
removal, warehouse receipts- and other securi-
ties. Room 68, Donohoe building, cor. Market and
Taylor sts. •■:.-'-' '-'■ .
ST AND 2ND MORTGAGES,' LIFE INSUR-
X ance policies, bank books. GOULD, 633 Market.
\f ONEY LOANED ON JEWELRY" AND DIA-
-I>l monds. Mills' building, fifth floor, room 6.
r\N ANY SECURITY. AT LOW RATES; DEAL-
\J Ing confidential. 43 Crocker building.
MUNICIPAL LOAN . OFFICE, CROCKER
building, room 67; telephone Main 5122. .
NY SUM OF MONEY ADVANCED ON
your furniture, pianos or real estate; low rates;
call and ? state your proposition or write: open
evenings. J. NOONAN, 1021 Mission st. .
■Vfl ONEY LOAN ED ON JEWELRY AND OTHER
itJL valuables at | the Security Loan Bank, 1103
Market St. nr. Mason: private entrance 7 Turk. "
TIT" ANTED— A LOAN OF $2500 ON IMPROVED
ii city real estate, worth *6000. Address R. E.,
box 91. Call. '
_-• ■'••■ •■'._ : . FINANCIAL. - i -,-~*^i
6"w" RATES; . : CITY, COUNTRY ;" COLLAT^
JLI era! secunue* VERSE, 813 Meats'*. i
1 HOUSES TO LET.
Laskie St., off Mission, bet. Eighth and Ninth.
©1 A~ 3 ROOMS, YARD, CELLAR. 37 DORE
tJp±U. St., off Harrison, bet. Ninth and Tenth.
091 BUSH— I 4 ROOMS AND BATH; $60. ~
AQ(\ POST. OPPOSITE "FIRST CONGREGA-
±ij\J tional Church— Good location for doctor or
dentist: low rent to a pood tenant. Apply to G. H.
UMBSEN & CO., 14 Montgomery st. :
91 91 PERRY— BAY-WINDOW HOUSE; 4
-j LZi'Z rooms and basement: water free: rent re-
duced. Apply to G. H. UMBSEN <fc CO., 14 Mont-
gomery st. ...
T ATEST STYLES IN HOUSES TO RENT AT
JLJ EALD WIN & HAMMOND'S, 10 Montgomery.
i.l A A A NEW HOUSE OF 12 ROOMS AND
(tpIUU. 2 baths to let. 2506 Fillmore st. key
at Foxairs stables. .'■'.-
OUSE 6 ROOMS; BATH; LARGE BASE-
■ ment: large sunny yard. 1311 Broderick st.
ODERN 9-ROOM HOUSE AND LARGE G AR-
den; fine view: basement;. 809 Castro, near
Twenty-first. L. A. SOUC A CO., 465 Valencia st.
UNNY HOUSE— S3O EDDY, NEAR LARKIN;
9 rooms; bath; rent $30; water Tree. »-v •_■•-.
.•QHOA 7-ROOM HOUSE, ALL FRESCOED.
*<P-j\J . 1816 Filbert St., bet. Octavla and Laguna.
H' " OUSE, FINE LOCATION, PERFECT RE-
palr. Inquire ALMA K. KBITH, 24 Kearny.
~ Fir_CXlBH_-X» _ HOUSES;
T?OR ' ."BENT~IN~SAN JOSE— FURNISHED
X- house of 8 rooms, with all conveniences; barn;
flower garden. Address G. S. BAWLINGS, 222
South Third st . .
TO LET— NICELY FURNISHED HOUSE UN-
J-til September 1; 8 rooms; all conveniences;
cheap. 2917 California st.
HEAP— PART FURNITURE 9 BOOMS:
\J suitable boarding-house; low rent. " 36 South
cottages TO let.
-Li bath; planked basement; $18. 804 Potrero
ATICE 6- ROOM COTTAGE: YARD; FLOW-
i-Vers; Mission: $16. SPECK'S, 30 Montgomery.
CJI 1 COTTAGE 4 HOOMS: YARD, CELLAR,
<JE?-i-JL.'snn; Rincon aye.: Second St., nr. Brannan.
flats TO LET.
M"~67^rlTsul?ny^ ; l^t^^o^m'sTTsath;
1441 McAllister St.; rent reasonable.
1 Of* CLARA, NEAB- FIFTH - FLAT OF 4
JLUU rooms; $11.
~W\ 9 FLAT OF 4 ROOMS; BATH; STABLE;
tJPX—j. fine yard. 1024Mj Capp st.
LAT OF 3 LARGE ROOMS; YARD. 11l
Thirteenth St., above Valencia.
©1Q MODERN SUNNY UPPER FLAT OF 5
■jjpXU. rooms; bath; yard; cellar. 142iy a Hayes.
"PLEASANT SUNNY FLATS, FIVE BOOMS,
-L bath each, $12 and $16. 929 Nineteenth st.
COBY FLAT OF 4 ROOMS AND BATHTwYtH
\J furniture and general household, for sale if
required; a splendid opportunity for a young mar-
ried couple, Inquire 1155 Howard St., upstairs.
Q.IQ LOWER PART OF 16 ELLIOTT PARK,
«JP-LO. off Steiner, near Geary; 3 large rooms;
marble mantel; yard and cellar. Inquire 1911
Geary st. ■"• "•' -/.i"-..-
J~LAT 5 ROOMS— LARGE YARD; CELLAR. 6
. Antonio St., off Jones, near Ellis. •
S UNITY MIDDLE FLAT 4 LARGE ROOMS;
$16. 510 Stevenson St., near Sixth.
11l i* POWELL-FLAT 3 SUNNY BOOMS;
lllU large yard; price $8. t
7q FOURTH— FOUR ROOMS, SUITABLE FOB
% O office or housekeeping: rent $20."
IpLATS TO LET— I9OB LAEKiN; 5 ROOMS
jl and bath: rent reduced.
ONE MONTH FREE: EASTLAKE FLATS RE-
duced ; $19, $20. 931 Lombard st.
UNNY FLAT OK 3 ROOMS AND BATH;
0 sitting aud bed room furnished. 416 Post st.
ROOMS, BATH, WITH STABLE; 18 BYING-
ton aye. Apply 1621 O'Farrell.
T OWER FLAT 4 ROOMS: MODERN IM- j
JLJ provements: rent cheap.- 20th and Dolores.
2 is ICE SUNNY CO KNKR FLATS; NEW IM-
-J provements: 4 rooms; bath. 246 and 246%
Seventh st. ■
1 MONTH RENT FREE; SUNNY FLAT: FINE
X house; central; remodeled. 409 O'Farrell st.
ELEGANT NEW FLAT*: SEVENTHTBELOW
JLu Bryant; 5 and 6 rooms; bath; $9 to $17.
7A 7 HYDE, NEAR POST— MODERN FLATB
\\J 4 rooms: 2 floors; rent $40.
9' HERMANN, AT JUNCTION OF MARKET
+•0 and Valencia — lor 5 sunny rooms; all mod-
ern improvements. '
1p LAT OF FOUR ROOMS AND BATH. 336
JO Tehama st., bet. Fourth and Fifth.
SUNNY I : ( ) ') 3: AND BATH; $14. NE. COB.
Polk and Jackson sis. ' -
LATEST STYLES IN FLATS TO BENT AT
.J-J BALDWIN &. lI AMMOX B'B, 10 Montgomery.
OZY UPPER FLAT: 18 SEYMOUR AYE.,
bet. Golden Gate . and Turk, . near Scott; 6
rooms, bath rent $30; water free.": . ' .
XT! LAT OF 4 ROOMS. 82V2 EVERETT ST..
£ near Fourth.
LEG ANT SUNNY FLAT 7 BOOMS, BEAU-
tifully papered and frescoed. 713 Grove st.
PLENDID 6-ROOM FLAT: BATH: LARGE
rear lot: very low rent. "2510 Mission St., Key
next door. ■ ■•■■-<■■- « ■ - ■ .-•
J-J rent $40; must be sold this week. Address
TEMPLE, room 12, I'iielan Building. ,
1 Q94. PACIFIC— 3 LARGE SUnIJy^FBC^NT
JLO_-itt rooms, suitable for housekeeping.
1 A~\ A LEAVENWORTH — SUNNY FUR-
-L^t-1- v nished rooms for housekeeping, $5 and $6 :
running water. ■ / . .
q FOLSOM-2 SUNNY. ROOMS, FUR-
UIO nislied. for light housekeeping; gas; bath.
CO~\ POST— LARGE AND - SMALL FUR-
Uui nished rooms, $5 a month; also 2 front con-
necting rooms, nice for housekeeping; private
French family. ■
1 qAX GREENWICH — LARGE UNFURN-
-IOUJ isbed room, with use of stove.
ACT MASON— FRONT ROOM FURNISHED
VOX' for housekeeping: $6, or 2 for $12.
C C ATOM A— 2 FURNISHED ROOMS FOB
000 housekeeping, $S; single, $4 month.
2 SUNN V FUBNISHE D ROOMS
000 complete for housekeeping; rent $9 per
-409 JESSIE— REAR ROOM: 2 SUNNY
zxO—j rooms complete for housekeeping, cheap.
AA C MISSION— 3 HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS,
"1 q MOSS, OFF HOWARD, NEAR SEVENTH—
JLO 2 rooms furnished for housekeeping.
1 Oft SEVENTH — NICELY FURNISHED
-LOU housekeeping rooms, single, $7; en suite,
$11 month.. |
'BRAN NAN— 3 HOUSEKEEP'G ROOMS,
OZiO nicely carpeted, 3 closets and bath; $12.. ■
1 Q9T: MARKET— SUNNY BEDROOM AND
XO-.VJ kitchen for light housekeeping.""- .
171 ARGO HOUSE, 105 NEW MONTGOMERY
. St.— Furnished housekeeping suites, $1 75 week.
9qA KEABNY— F URNI 8 H E D BOOMS;
-wOU single or en suite; light housekeeping;
reasonable. . • ■ .
191 A HOWARD— 2 OR 3 LARGE SUNNY
JL-Cilrr furnished housekeeping rooms.
MISSION, NB. SECOND— SUNNY BED-
uUI room and kitchen, furnished; rent $10.
1A qi MAKKET— 3 CHOICE ELEGANTLY
HOi furnished rooms; sunny; adults; garden.
QCq FOLSOM-NICELY FURNISHED SUN NY
000 housekeeping rooms.
9C SOUTH PARK— NICE SUNNY SUITE,
-JO furnished; suitable for housekeeping; $9.
CAT LEAVUNWOBTH — SUNNY FRONT
Ov/JL room and kitchen, complete for housekeep-
Ing; newly papered. ' .
q99 THIRD— SUNNY FRONT FURNISHED
O-j-j housekeeping suites, $8. $9, $10, $12. :<
lia TWENTY-SIXTH, NEAR MISSION—
JLJLUa Completely furnished sunny housekeeping
suites; $9 and $11.
"1 AC NEW MONTGOMERY— FARGO HOUSE;
X\JO furnished housekeeping suites; $1 76 week.
1 Q9A STOCKTON— 2 OB 3 SUNNY BOOMS
XOJjyj nicely furnished for housekeeping; cheap.
q HARRIET, OFF HOWARD NB. SIXTH—
0 sunny furnished houskeeplng rooms, $10. .
31BOW1B AYE., OFF ELEVENTH, NEAR
4 Howard— of furnished rooms for house-
keeping, or two gentlemen; no children.
"ffIJC SUNNY BEDROOM AND KITCHEN-
«JP O; furnished and unfurnished. 48 Oak st.
A] 7 BUSH — PLKASANT FURNISHED
/JJL I rooms en suite and single: also housekpng.
1 qA7 STOCKTON— NICELY FURNISHED
XO\J I rooms for housekeeping; cheap.
1 f)l Q JACKSON NEAR MASON — FUR-
X\J JLO nished sunny front large or housekeeping
rooms, $8 and $9. .... . j . .-, -. T,
; I A OAK-TWO COMPLETELY FURNISHED
X\J rooms for housekeeping; bath, gas. ■
79^ BBANNAN, .ABOVE SIXTH— SUNNY
I £*O kitchen and bedroom furnished; $8, $7.
'el A HAVES - 8 UNFURNISHED BOOMS
<JX \J for housekeeping in private family. • .
t\AG MINNA -FURNISHED~ROOMS FOR
*J^X\f housekeeping: large yard. ; •: . .-., ■.....- ■ ■
XI~Q THIRD, COR. SOUTH : PARK- 2 SUNNY
kJXO front rooms for housekeeping. .: - - ,
qi 7 THIRD LARGE SUNNY FRONT
OJL I housekeeping: also others: $6. $10. 812. * ■-
<; rooms 5 ; TO let.
71 qabush — sunny- alcove suite-
IXU single if desired: running water; piano. ' •
97 1 HAWTHOESE- L A G Y^FBONT
«i • % rooms; only $7; also single room. • ■ :
HO EDDY — SUNNY CLEAN FURNISHED
A-.O Kama, si mv also bousekeeniag. : .
; •"-; ROOMS TO , LET— Continued. 1
-109 O'FARRELL— ROOMS FURNISHED Ott
ttv/-ij unfurnished; all sunny; also housekeeping.
C* 1 O EDDY— LARGE SUNNY ROOMS; NICE-
\)X(D ly furnished; suitable for 2 persons; bath.
1 ft 99 POLK— PLEASANT SUNNY - FRONT
J. U__ rooms; batb ; $7 up. ., .:.
f7V47KEARNY-NICE S U NN YROOM ; BATH
X\J!±. and gas; price $7. ■ ■ '
P\f\A EDDY— NICELY FURNISHED SUNNY
O\J~± suite of rooms:- rent reasonable. .
9qq -NINTH— I FRONT SUNNY bay-win-
—JtJO dow furnished room; cheap.
qAQ FIFTH — SUNNY FRONT ROOMS;
OvO finely furnished; ?5 and $6 a month.
K9Q ELLIS-SINGLE ROOMS SUITABLE
O^O for gentlemen; cheap.
AAR TEHAMA— I OR 2 SUNNY FRONT
X-k v_> rooms and kitchen : well furnished. .
91 9 TURK— NEWLY FURNISHED SUNNY
--J-L-j front room suitable for 1 or two gentlemen;
' CHEAPEST IN . THE CITY;
double and single front rooms. .. ; . »
CC SECOND—SUNNY FURNISHEITsUITES ;
O«_» also double and single: gas; bath.
qq^A BUSH— SUNNY BAY-WIN-
*J*J\J dow rooms; also nice single rooms.
101 A BUSH— LARGE WELL-FURNISHED
IUIU room; hot and cold water; closets;
£9q HOWARD— SUNNY FRONT DOUBLE
\J-jO room ; also others.
/I 9 A SIXTH— NICE SUNNY ROOMS: LARGE
rt-\d\J closet; running water; $5 month; gentle-
BS. JAMART INFORMS THE PUBLIC
that she has bought the furnished house. No.
109 Fifth St.; every room newly papered and ren- :
ovated; all ' first-class conveniences; single and
double rooms: reasonable rates: she invites the
Board of Health to inspect her house. . ■
UZ.~I 1 *OLSOM— LARGE DOUBLE AND SIN-
UOJ-2 gle rooms, with or without board.
CO SECOND— DOUBLE ROOMS, WEEK, $1 50
O-J to $3; single, $1 to $1 60; night, 2<)c to 50c.
£*1 1 PINE— NICE PLEASANT AND SUNNY
Ux.L rooms; $5, $6 and $7 per month.
1 1 A 7 BUSH-ARTISTICALLY FURNISHED
JL-Lv/ I rooms; cheap: ooard next door.
71 q BUSH— 3 SUNNY SINGLE ROOMS,
I -LO neatly furnished: rent reasonable.
•\TICELY SUNNY FURNISHED PARLORS TO
1.1 let. 788 Van Ness aye.
£1 C EDDY— NEWLY FURNISHED
U-LtJ sunny rooms: modern; references.
A 1 Q ELLIS— SUNNY ROOMS, SINGLE OR EN
-LO suite, either furnished or unfurnished.
(>(i!7 MINNA, COB. EIGHTH— NICELY FUB-
UU I nished bay-window rooms: $1 week.
qq SIXTH ST., THE HILLSDALE— SUNNY
DO rooms; single and en suite; $1 to $1 50 a day.
1 9AQI HOWARD — NICELY FURNISHED
X-j\JV% room for 1 or 2 gentlemen; $7 a month.
C»1 Q KEARNY — PLEASANT SUNNY Air
UJL V cove room ; one single ; rent reasonable ; gen-
tlemen only; in private family. Apply 330 Kearny.
QI q O'FARRELL — ELEGANTLY FUR-
t'lO nished rooms; single or suites; bath; run-
ning water; private family.
1 MARKET., BET. JONES AND CITY
1O I \J Hall aye.— Unfurnished suite; single.
MRS. CHEVALIER HAS RESUMED THE
management of the "Mlramar," 703 Geary
St.; sunny rooms, single or suites: excellent board;
elevator; prices moderate to suit the times.
qAQ SUTTER— ROOMS $1 50 A WEEK AND
OV/Oup; transient rooms a specialty. • -.:><.-.
IF YOU DESIRE NICE BOOMS REASON-
abIy, stop at 203 a Powell: transient solicited.
UROPE HOUSE, 1169 MISSION— NICELY
XU furnished ro oms, single or en suite, $1 to $3
per week; night 25c to $1; transient solicited.
RAND SOUTHERN. COR. SEVENTH AND
Mission— Rooms all light ; water, gas and electric
bells; elevator runs from 7 a. m. to 12 p. m. : single,
50 cents: suites, $1 day ; $2 60 and $5 week up.
A r OSEMITE HOUSE, 1045 MARKET, BET.
JL Sixth and Seventh— Single and suites; per
night, 35c to $1; week, $1 50 to $5; families.
-A RLIiSGTON HOUSE, 127 KEARNY— PLEAB-
-_t V ant sunny rooms, en suite and single; nrst;clasj
In every respect ; terms reasonable. 1
WEEK'S NEWS FOR 5 CENTS — THE .
WEEKLY CALL, In wrapper, for mailing.
boakding AND rooms:
O-jX for two, $10 week; also single rooms.
OLD LADY TO ROOM AND BOARD; WILL
have nice home. 1606 Bush st.
BERESFORD, BUSH AND STOCKTON;
i. first class; $1 50, $2 per day; with parlor, $2 50.
WM. CHAMBER LIN. Prop.
AJTCeT^EALTHy" r ~a"Saßy';
JL^I mother's care: no other children. Address
MRS. MILLER, Hat K. 237 Minna at.
~~ STOKES TO LET.
;^T^IIE^OL^TT^Ur^ ; A^LE~FOR
bicycles,' dressmaking, milliner or ladies' hair-
dresser. Inquire at 338 Post st» under Hotel Savoy.
ORNBR STORE OF TWO LIVING-ROOMS.
460 Halght St. " '- - ■
<B»1 £ GROUND FLOOR: 5 ROOMS; FOR
ttJP-LU. store and living. Cor. Second st. and Rin-
con aye., near Brannan st. , .
jjiOß RENT — A CORNER STORE ; GOOD
J? stand for drag or grocery business. Apply W.
B. CLUFF, 17 Sixth st.
"1 p. 9 A HOWARD, AND LAFAYETTE STS.,
Xk)-* j: with fixtures for a saloon or any business.
Apply at 2838 Mission St., M. CUBRAN. ■
T7OUR-STORY BRICK AND IRON BUILDING
J. and basement, 508 Sacramento St., containing
elevator, power, etc.; rent $80. Apply DAVID
STERN & SONS, 20 Montgomery st.
OFFICES TO LET.
-L> stable; yard; $20. Corner of York and Twenty-
LEGANT OFFICES IN NEW SPRECKELS
JLJ building, 925 Market: rents low; no extra
charge for gas, janitor services or heating. Apply
at building or G. 11. UMBSKN & CO., 14 Montg. St.
DESK ROOM AT ROOM 6, SIXTH FLOOR,
STABLES TO LET..
9 q I~ASiTa V E^~^R~VAN~NE SS^STABLE
-JJJX of 8 stalls. ' ■'■■,-
A7 r^u3cG^^A7TY~w7sTfEir^ : 6^TosX^i^?G^
X music lessons for German; must have experi-
ence in teaching. Address R., box 17, Call.
TT YPN OTISM — LESSONS IN HYPNOTISM
JLJL and mesmerism; clairvoyants developed by J.
DIAMOND, 406 butter St., rooms 50 and 51.
PANISH, FRENCH, GERMAN, MEISTER.
schaft School of Languages. 122 O'Farrell st.
"VTIGHT SCHOOL; HEALD'S BUSINESS COL-
xi lege, 24 Post st. ; commercial, shorthand, Eng-
lish; low rates.
SHORTHAND AND~TYPE WRITING: GUAR-
anteed faultless; reasonable. R. lft, 632 Market,
ILLIAN BEDDABU,, THE ENGLISH AC-
JLJ tress, coaches . ladi«s and gentlemen .for the
dramatic profession ; appearances arranged. Shake-
spearean Academy, 400 Van Ness aye. .
ELASCO'S LYCEUM SCHOOL OF ACTING—
Private theatricals arranged ; - pupils rehearsed
on stage. B. 5 it 12, 1. 0. 0. F. block, 7th and Market.
OCAL TEACHER, JOSEPH GREVEN, IM-
V proves and beautified even spoiled voices and
procures positions for his pupils. 82 Ninth st.
MASTERY OF SPANISH AND FRENCH
In 4 months with Professor Duque's LIVING
method practically taught by native, university
instructors; classes ($3 per month) day and eve.
Call and examine this master method. 104 Hayes.
CHOOL ELECTRICAL, CIVIL, MINING, ME-
O chanicai engineering, surveying, architecture,
assay : estab. '64. VAN PER N AILLEN. 723 Mkt.
STIEHL'S SHORTHAND AND BUSINESS
College, 723 Market st. : diploma course $30. -
DWABD , TOJETTI, ARTIST, HAS BE-
opened his studio and classes. Room , 141,
Murphy building, corner Market and Jones sts.
NGLISH BRANCHES TAUGHT BY MISS
li DILLON, 14 McAllister, r. 46: private or class.
MBB. MELVILLE-SNYDEB, ORATORICAL,
Vocal and Dramatic Academy, 619 Van Ness
aye.; vocal classes Monday, 8 p. m.. $1 month; dra-
matic classes Wednesday, Bp. m., $3 month: also
private lessons and piano; ladies and gentlemen
coached for professional or amateur stage (stage for
"rfIARR'S INST., 659 MARKT— BOOKKEEPING
X 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.
TiHEAPEST AND BEST IN AMEBICA-THB
\J WEEKLY CALL, sent to any address in the
United States or Canada one year. for $1 60, post-
BERKELEY KKAL ESTATE.
; q_."l A . KENT FOR GOOD HOUSE^EOoS
<_5 X V . house, newly painted, papered ; half-acre
land; tankhouse; bO-foot well; 6 blocks to train
and cars. -.. M. L. WUBTS, Dwigiuway station.
OR SALE OR RENT— CHARMING FAMILY
Jjj residence: fine view: healthy location; shel-
tered from wind and fog; easy terms. E. BAY-
LEY, 407 Montgomery st. . ..- ■;.-.-'.
<& 1 QA A NE - CORNER CHOATE AND BAN-
tJpIOUU. croft: 45x120. " • - '
- $2730— NW. corner Bancroft and ! Hillgoss sts.:
78x121). ■••■"■:. ' : -:". ■ '-■ '. -; '• '.. " ■• ■'-■ .-..:
$1800— NW. corner Union st. and Bancroft; 45x
$1800— SE. corner Durant aye. and Choale St.;
45x110. ; > ■ ■'■ - ■ •
• This offering is to Close an estate and | is 1 several
of the choicest corners In Berkeley: all within two
blocks of the University: several other gilt edge
'pieces:; first come 'first served. M. L.";. WURTS,
opposite Dwight-way station, Berkeley. . ■ ; -.'■.•
r>NLY $1800— HOUSE OF 7 BOOMS; 2 LOTS;
v/ 5 . minutes from - station ; a bargain. JOS. J.
UABON, JJ wifilu- way sutiOH.
OFFICE— 9OB BROADWAY.
OAKLAND REAL ESTATE.
mo RENT IN OAKLANB-ipiisrE FURNISHED
i. home, between Oakland and Piedmont, on the
Piedmont road ; line place: double parlors. 2 bed-
rooms, large dining-room, kitchen, servants' room,
laundry: fine large grounds; stable with room for
2 horses and 2 carriages; chickens: grand view;
furnished complete: rent $40, including water and
care of lawn. GRAY & NAISMITH, 463 Ninth
St., Oakland. .
AM AUTHORIZED BY THE OWNER TO
exchange a desirable lot in Oakland for a span
of young well-mated driving horses or a good horse,
buggy and harness. Address J. S. MYERS, 1002
Broadway, OakIand. IISBHMKRSMMS&Ii
CPC PER MONTH.
&O _?5 PER MONTH.
ALL THIS WEEK! LAST WEEK!
An opportunity of your lifetime. The grandest
offer ever made to the public.
We are simply authorized to sell. The owner of
this property must have money to pay interest, if
nothing more. "•*""""
WORKINGMEN, READ THIS ADVERTISE-
Young men, young ladies, are earning money,
stop read «nd think. Real estate Is the only solid
investment you can make.
OUR SPECIAL OFFER FOR THIS WEEKJONLY
100 lots reduced from $250 and $300 to $125 to
$200 per lot. Only $5 cash, balance $5 per month.
FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED.
Every lot surrounded by. handsome improve-
ments. The owner must sell.
THE PRETTIEST BUILDING LOTS EVER
This Is an opportunity of your lifetime. If you do
not think so call at our office and you will be con-
vinced in five minutes.
Space will not permit us to say all we have to
say. . Call to-morrow (Monday), and the balance of
the week at office, where full information will be
given and property shown.
M. J. LAYMANCE & CO.,
Real Estate Agents and Land Auctioneers,
466 Eighth st., Oakland.
"OUSINESS AND RESIDENCE PROPERTY
SOLD ON TERMS TO SUIT.
LARGE LIST OF COTTAGES FOR SALE. '
Some on Installment plan.
GOOD CHEAP RANCHES
Close to Oakland. Must be sold
to close an estate.
RANCHES FOR SALE, two and three miles
FIFTY CHOICE LOTS in Oakland, Piedmont
ACRE TRACTS and CHICKEN RANCHES,
LOS ANGELES City and Country Property for
sale or exchange for Oakland or
Han Francisco property.
THESE ARE SPECIAL BARGAINS.
Don't fail to see them.
E. E. BUNCK,
1008 Broadway, Oakland.
(jjj^rjrm INCOME $60 PER month; 10
tJPttWV/V/. houses close to station; street work
all done; this is one of the best paying investments
in the city. W. E. BARNARD & SON, 458 Ninth
m»Q(Tn ON TELEGRAPH AYE., LARGE
<3rOUU. lot 50x140; ten minutes' walk to sta-
ion; electric cars pass the door. W. E.BARNARD
t&:sON, 458 Ninth St., Oakland.
TIO LKT —HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS IN A
j small cottaso to a lady : references exchanged.
Inquire 1455 Twelfth aye., East Oakland.
O YOU WANT A HOME? I WILL BUY YOU
a lot, build house on your own plans, this side
of bay; small cash payment, balance monthly. C.
P. KERN, Central Bank building, Oakland.
fflornrtn rent $165; CAN be IN-
rXp£O.\J\J\J* creased; Broadway income prop-
erty; excellent investment. W. P. TODD, 1008
<£»7Erv CASH WILL BUY A NICE 6-ROOM
tjp I O\f cottage, worth $2000, leaving a mort-
gage of $3000. Address WM. P. TODD, 1008
OR SALE OR LEASE— AT HIGHLAND
Park, cozy country home; 150x190; garden,
stable; beautiful view. Address THOMAS, East
Twenty-ninth st. and Twenty-third aye., Oakland.
V LEG ANT HOME AT A BARGAIN; STORY
JLJ and a half cottage containing 9 rooms and bath;
natural wood finish; fine elevation; magnificent
view: large lot; owner going East; terms easy or
would exchange for country land. Apply to
MATHER & ARNEST, 457 Ninth St., Oakland.
T ARGE LIST; OF CITY IMPROVED AND
-Li unimproved property for exchange for country
land. MATHER & ARNEBT, 457 Ninth, Oakland.
BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE PROPERTY
sold on easy terms; small payment down or ex-
changed. E. E. BUNCE. 1008 Broadway, Oakland.
OAKLAND FURNITURE FOR SALE.
Vuiitwi'i'Pftß and carpets~atF VoubTown
J price. H. SC'HELLHAAS. 408 Eleventh St.
ALAMEDA REAL, ESTATE.
and station ; streets Improved and sewered.
. $2250— 550 cash, $25 monthly; 30x100; cotKfce,
4 rooms and bath.
$2400— 550 cash, $20 monthly; 37:6x100: cot-
tage, 5 rooms and bath.
$3250— 550 cash, $35 monthly; 38x100 ; corner
house in fine condition : 8 rooms and bath.
$3250— 5200 cash, $30 monthly: 37x110; ele-
gant colonial cottage; 7 rooms and bath.
$3850— 5200 cash, $35 monthly: 37x120: hand-
some new cottage, 8 rooms and bath.
Houses to rent from 810 up. ■ v- '
Open Sunday and holidays. ■ -
-•■'... MARCUSE & REMMEL,
Bay-street station, Alameda, and 628 Market st.,
fflOQnn FINE NEW COTTAGE.
ts±O\J\J. Easy terms.
$1600— New cottage; 5 rooms.
. ■.- "•" ' *'■■■ $200 cash ; easy terms.
$1400— 2-story; 5 rooms.
Houses to let.
E. D. JUDD, 1424 Park St., Alameda. •
fTIO EXCHANGE j FOR SAN FRANCISCO
X property, modern 2-story house; 9 rooms and
bath: handsomely furnished ; lot 60x150; gas, city
and well water; carriage-house; street macadam-
ized; half block to electric-cars; 6 minutes from
broad-gauge station; 6 minutes to narrow gauge:
cost $9000. Apply SANFORD BENNETT, 17
and 19 Beale st.
IF YOU WANT ~ '. ~~
A GOOD, SUBSTANTIAL AND STYLISH
• . HOME
CALL ON THE OLD BUILDING FIRM OF
A. R. DENKE, WEBSTER STREET.
LATEST SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.
WEDNESDAY. Jnne 5.
Schr Mary Etta, Wetzel, 12 hours from Bowens
Landing; wood and posts, to Bender Bros.
ANTWERP— Arrived June 3— Br ship Ben Lee,
hence Jan 13.
FALMOUTH— Arrived Jnne 4— Br ship Scottish
Glens, from Portland, and sailed for Hamburg; Br
Ship Marlon Lightbody, hence Jan 31.
NEWCASTLE, NSW-Sailed June 4-Br bark
Heathfleld, for Ban Francisco.
LONDON— Sailed June 4, and not as previously
reported the 1st — Br ship Ardmore. for Vancouver.
SWANSEA— SaiIed June I— Brship Ancalos, for
LIVERPOOL— Arrived June B— Ship Wm F Bab
cock, from Tacoma. June 4— Br ship Buccleuch,
hence Jan 13; ship St Francis, hence Feb 7.
Movements of Trans- At lan tic Steamers,
NEW YORK— Arrived June s— Stmr Augusta
Victoria, from Hamburg.
BTKW YORK— Arrived June 6— Stmr Nordland,
LONDON— Arrived June s— Stmr Manitoba, frm
LI VERPOOL— Arrived June s— Stmr Ohio, from
ROTTERDAM— Arrived June 4— StmrVeendam,
from New York.
QUEENSTOWN-Arrlved Jnne s— Btmr Ger
manic, fm New York for Uverpool, and proceeded.
SOUTHAMPTON— Arrived June s— Stmr City of
Paris, from New York.
' DIVORCE SUITS BEGUN. '
Mary Bowen vs. Frank Bowen.
Carrie C. Ward vs. James M. Ward.
' Martha J. Chapln vs. Theodore Chapin. t
Samuel Solomon vs. Argellne H. Solomon.
Lizzie A. Bridge vs. Fred C. Bridge. •
M. A. Harker vs. G. M . A. Harker. . . .
BIRTHS— MARRIAGES— DEATHS."
[Birth, marriage ana death notices sent by mall
will not be Inserted. They must be handed in at
either of the publication offices and be indorsed
with the name and residence of persons authorized
to have the same published.]
BURNHAM— In this city, June 2, 1895, to the
' wife of X. M. Burnham Jr., a daughter. ■
SOULE— In this city, June 4, 1895, to the wife of
, A. C. Soule, a son.
WESOLO-In Oakland, June 4, 1895, to the wife of
A. Wesolo, a son. ;- ■ .. .
WALTON— In this city, June 2, 1895, to the wife
of John Walton, a daughter.
HUNT— STUMP— In this city, June 5, 1895, at
St. John's Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. D.
■.: Hanson Irwln. Alvis G. Hunt, son of W. Gaston
Hunt Esq., of Woodtaal, and Alice, youngsst
. daughter of Irwin C. Stump Esq., of New York
: , . :. , ■ DIED.. ■
Anderson, Amelia S. ' Morritson. Cecelia
Bachman, Nathan S. Maillia, Jane
Buck, Leonard W. • McDermott. John
Bloom, Minna MeGibbon, Patrick J.
Conklin, Alice M. McDonald, Bessie B.
Chisholm, Duncan Paullin, James R.
Deal, Samuel Sr. Rothenstein, Vivian
Eagan, Arthur Rosenberg, Leland S.
Flynn, Fred V. Sliver, Richard J.
Howard. James • Tereny.^Tohn H.
Healy, Dennis Volimer, William F.
Kratzmar, Mary J. Ware, William
ANDERSON— In this city, June 4, 1895, Amelia
S., beloved mother Of Anna, Henrietta and Alfred
Anderson, a native of Norway, aged 39 years 5
months and 15 days.
#5" Friends " of the family are respectfully
fully invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Thursday), at 1 o'clock p. it., from the par-
lors of H. C. Porter & Co., 122 Eddy street.
Interment Cypress Lawn Cemetery.
BACHMAN— In this city, June 5, 1895, Nathan 8.,
beloved husband of Pauline Bachman.and father
of Samuel. Walter, Lawrence, Florine. Estelle
and May Bachman, a native of Germany, aged
60 years and 3 months. | .New York papers please
45f"Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral services
TO-MORROW (Friday), at 10:15 o'clock a. m.,
at his laic residence, 1814 Vallejo street. Inter-
BUCK— In Oakland, June 4, 1895, Leonard W.,
beloved husband of Anna M. Buck, and father of
Emma L., Frank H., Fred M., Anna M. Buck and
Mrs. .1. B. Cory, a native of Truxton, N. V., aged
61 years 10 months and 27 days.
Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Thursday), at 1 o'clock p. m., from his late resi-
dence, 929. Adeline street, Oakland. Services
under the auspices of Live Oak Lodge No. 61, F.
and A. M. Interment Mountain View Cemetery.
BLOOM— In this city, June 4. 1895, Minna Bloom,
beloved mother of Mrs. Lizzie Hanser, Meyer,
Henry, Mark and Abel Bloom, a native of Berlin,
Germany, aged 50 years.
• *B"Friends and" acquaintances Are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Thursday), at 11 o'clock a. m. sharp, from 120 U,
Langton street. Interment Old Salem Cemetery.
CONKLIN— In this city, June 5, 1895, Alice May,
beloved wife of I" rank Conklin, and mother of
Alice C. Conklin, and daughter of John and Rose
Saul, and sister of Mrs. George Makinson and
John T. Saul, and sister-in-law of Miss Kate and
W. M. Conklin, a native of Brooklyn. New York,
aged 35 years and 9 days. [Portland (Or.) papers
please copy.J ' \-;>r,y?,
Thou true and faithful Alice.
JWFriends ana acquaintances are rssoect-
fully invited to attend the funeral TO-MORROW
(Friday), at 2 o'clock p. m., from her late resi-
dence, 335 Golden Gate avenue. Interment
I. O. O. F. Cemetery.
CHISHOLM— In this city, June 5, 1895, Duncan,
beloved husband of Mary E. J. Chisholm, and
father of Mrs. Andrew Pane.Ha, a native of St.
Andrew, Nova Scotia, aged 72 years,
S3"Friends are respectfully Invited to attend
the funeral TO-MORROW (Friday), at 8:30
o'clock a. m., from his late residence, 7 Auburn
street, off Jackson, between Mason and Taylor,
thence to St. Francis Church, corner Vallejo
street and Montgomery avenue, where a solemn
requiem mass will be celebrated for the repose of
his soul. Interment Holy Crosa Cemetery.
DEAL— In this city, June 4, 1895, Samuel Deal Sr.,
husband of Sarah J. Deal, and father of Samuel
Deal Jr. and William C. Deal, a native of Penn-
sylvania, aged 73 years 2 months and 4 days.
JK3"Friends and acquaintances are raamct-
fnlly Invited to attend the funeral TO-MORROW
(Friday), at 10 o'clock a. m.. from Pioneer Hall,
. . Fourth street, between Mission and Market,
thence to Cypress Lawn Cemetery by electric
funeral-car from Eighteenth and Guerrero streets
at 11 o'clock a. M.
EAGAN— this city, June 4, 1895, Arthur Eagan,
a native of Alameda, aged 16 years 5 months and
FLYNN— In Nordhoff, Ventura County, Cal., June
3, 1895, Fred V.,- beloved son of Anthony and
the "ate Elizabeth Flynn. a native of San" Fran-
cisco, aged 28 years 3 months and 6 days.
Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral TO-MORROW
(Friday), at 9:30 o'clock a. m., from his late
residence. 29 Pleasant street, thence to St. Mary's
Church, Dupont and California streets, where
a solemn requiem high mass will be celebrated
for the repose of his soul, commencing at 10
o'clock a. m. Interment Mount Calvary Ceme-
tery. Please omit flowers.
Y. M. The officers and members of Washing-
ton Council No. 4, Y. M. 1., are hereby notified
to assemble at 29 Pleasant street, TO-MORROW
(Friday), at 9 o'clock a. * to attend the funeral
of our late brother, Fred V. Flynn.
JOHN F. CALLAGHAN, President.
J. J. Gbkkx, Secretary.
■ HOWARD— In this city, June 3, 1895, James
Howard, a native of Ireland, aged 36 years.
«S~ Friends and acquaintances and members Of
' Court Seal Rock No. 7757, A. O. F. of A., are re-
soectfully invited to attend the funeral THIS
DAY (Thursday), at 1 o'clock p. m.. from the
undertaking parlors of Theodcr Dlerks, 957 Mis-
sion street, between Fifth and Sixth. Interment
Laurel Hill Cemetery.
HEALY— In this city, June 4, 1896, Dennis,
beloved brother of John, Julia and Kate Heal
a native of the parish of Castle Town Kenniegh,
County Cork, Ireland, aged 29 years. [Harris-
burg and Steelton CPa.) papers please copy.J
*9*FriendB and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Thursday), at 9:30 o'clock a. it,, from the resi-
dence, 1079 Tennessee street, thence to St.
Teresa's Church, where a requiem high mass
will be celebrated for the repose of his soul,
commencing at 10 o'clock a. m. Interment Holy
A. O. F.— Members of Court Robin Hood No 5931
A. O. F., are hereby notified of the death of Den-
nis Healy, a member of this court. Funeral
THIS DAY (Thursday), at 9:30 o'clock a. m.,
from his late residence, 1079 Tennessee street
A. MIDDLETON, Secretary.
KRATZMAR— In this city, Jnne 5, 1895, Mary J.,
beloved wife of Sebastian Kratzmar, and mother
- of John and Willie Kratzmar, a native of Dublin
Ireland, aged 39 years.
*S*Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral TO-MORROW
(Friday), at 8 :30 o'clock a. m., from her late resi-
dence, 21 Rausch street, thence to St. Joseph's
Church, where a requiem high mass will be cele-
brated for the repose of her soul, commencing
at 9 o'clock a. m. Interment Holy Cross Ceme-
Y. L. I. No. I.— Officers and members are hereby
notified to attend the funeral of Mrs. Mary
Kratzmar, TO-MORRO at 8 :30 o'clock
a. m., from 21 Ransch street, thence to St. Joseph's
Church lor requiem mass at 9 o'clock a. m By
order of KATIE FITZPATRICK, President.
MORRITSON— In this city, June 3, 1895. at her
late residence, 412 Harrison street, Cecelia,
beloved wife of Otto Morritson, a native of Lon-
don, England, aged 26 years.
tSf Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Thursday), at 9:30 o'clock a. m., from Good
Samaritan Chapel. 249 Second street. Interment
Laurel Hill Cemetery.
MAlLLlA— Departed this life In Santa Rosa, June
4, 1895, Jane Maillia, beloved mother of Mrs.
Ellen Caton, Mrs. Annie Kearny of Santa Rosa,
Mrs. Elizabeth Gillespie and Mary Jane Maillia,
and sister of Mrs. Mary Gillespie, a native of
County Galway, Ireland, aged 81 years.
Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral TO-MORROW
(Friday), at 9 o'clock a. m.. from the residence
of her daughter, Mrs. Ellen Caton, 409 Green
street, thence to St. Bridget's Church. Van Ness
ana Broadway, where a solemn requiem high
mass will be celebrated for the repose of her soul,
commencing at 9:30 o'clock a. m. sharp. Inter-
ment Mount Calvary Cemetery.
McDERMOTT— At his residence, on Hickory
avenue, at 9:15 o'clock p. if., Tuesday, June 4,
1895, John McDermott, aged 33 years. He leaves
a widow and aged parents to mourn his departure.
03" Funeral will be conducted by the Salvation
Army, THIS DAY (Thursday) at lOo'clock a. m.,
from the undertaker's parlors. 777 Mission street.
All friends of deceased are invited to attend.
McDONALD— In this city, June 4, 1895, Bessie B.
McDonald, a native of Chicago, HI., aged 21
McGIBBON— Ocean View, June 5, 1895, Patrick
J., beloved son of William and the late - Annie
McGibbon, and nephew of Mrs. Ellen Weller of
Ocean View, a native of County Armagh, : Ire-
„ land, aged 6 months.
PAULLIN-In this city, June 4, 1895, James R.,
husband of Susan F. Paullin, and father of Louisa
E. Paullin (nee Warner), Edgar S. and James F.
Paullin, a native of Philadelphia, Pa., aged 78
years. [Philadelphia papers please copy.]
49" Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Thursday), at 2 o'clock p. m., from the par-
lors of A. W. Martin & Co., 118 Geary street.
Interment Laurel Hill Cemetery.
ROTHENSTEIN — In this city, June 4, 1895,
Vivian Rothenstein, a native of San Francisco,
aged 4 months.
ROSENBERG— In Oakland, June 3. 1895, Leland
Stanford Rosenberg, a native of Oakland, aged 2
SILVER— In this City, June 4, 1895, Richard J..
only and beloved son of Joseph Silver, a native of
Berkeley, Cal., aged 4 years 1 month and 11
TERENY— Tn Oakland, Jane 4, 1895, John Harold
Tereny, a native of Oakland, aged 4 months and
VOLLMER-In this city. June 6, 1895, William
I., beloved husband of Ellen Volimer, and son of
the late Charles H. and Meta Vollmer. and
brother of John H., Jacob 11., George U. and
Charles H. Vollmer, a native of California, aged
24 years. .
#S~NoUce of funeral hereafter.
WARE— In Santa Rosa, June 6, 1895, William,
husband of the late Catherine F. Ware, a native
of Philadelphia, aged 66 years.
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Everything Requisite for First-class Funerals
at Reasonable Rates.
Telephone 3167. 27 and 29 Fifth street. 8
WIcAVOY A GALLAGHER, |
FUNERAL DIRECTORS A EMBALMKBS,
SO Fifth St., Opp. Lincoln School. ;
JjTs^JomT^oj^^T^ Cham. MuMexoukt.
JAMES MrMBNOMEI & SON,
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBAI.MERS,
"1057 Mission Street, Near Seventh.
iU - Telephone No. 3354. •
CYPRESS LAWN CEMETERY.
IN SAN MATEO COUNTY: NON-SECT AN ;
1 laid out on the lawn plan: perpetual care; beau-
tiful, permanent and easy of access; see it - befon
buying a burial place elsewhere. >S»J3Oi
cur offica. a CUT Ball Atoub*. .