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STRAND A TUT'I LET^S^uTRD^&ifCsELLs" !
buys and exchanges business interests of all de- i
scriptions at short notice; 10 years' experience i
qualifies us to handle all kinds of business to ad- !
vantage; also partners procured with responsible i
parties only; we refer to banks and leading busi- !
ness firms as to our reputation aid standinir
STRAND A TUTTLE, 45 Third st. , B>Jtuu ' n g-
Bakery": OLD-ESTABLISHED; BEST
cation In the city : uses 4 barrels of Hour daily
large trade: great bargain on account of deuarture'
STRAND ATO i U.K. 45 Third st. ve P «ure.
&100 6ALOONI GOOD STOCK AND FT X :
•nT *\J\J. tures: near 4 theaters; clears $150 a
month; cheap rent: owner in place 6 years- retir-
Ing. BLAND A 1 UiTLE, 45 Third st ' ■
-lO PARrXK!; . IN HORSE-SHOEIN(i
*&XO\J. shop: clears $75 a month to each- rood
chance. STRAND A TUTTLE. 45 Third st.
©1 PATENT ARTICLE: CLFAHS
$lqU. $5 per day. . STRAND A TUTTLE, 45
J DJu St.
S• j -|P7;ROCE"RY AND BAR, WITH 2
in «irhtV' m n>Oms; cheap rent: full value
insight; pays well; great bargain on account of
departure, see STRAND A TUTTLK. 45 Third.
$500 ND >" AND ICECREAM FAC-
-11 V" Ul tory; cbCR P rent: evcrvthi ,i ,,,.
good business. See STRAND A 'CU TTLE. 45 Third'
&GOO OB OCK»Y AND BAR: LIVrNG*.
l?}*y\J. room : rent only $i; 0: full value: clears
$1.5 month. STRAND A TUTTLK, 45 Third st.
$51900 PORK AND DELICATESSEN
<J5-JVU. store: rent $16; good paving place; bar-
galn. see STRAND A TU TTLE, 4?» Third st.
<BH PwA BRANCH BAKERY : THREE ROOMS;
< lt> "- Cheap. STRAND A TUTTLE, 45 Third.
4jjO^A CORNER SALOON; BEST LOCA-
«4i3OOV/. tion on Fourth St.: pays well: cheap
rent; bargain. STRAND A TUTTLE, 45 Third st.
nnn corner saloon: VALUE IN
*V>J-v/v/V. sight; clears over $100 a month.
STRAND A TUTTLE. 45 Third st.
COXA SALOON; DOWNTOWN AMONG BIG
t4)O«JV/. business houses; selling at a great
sacrifice: in reality worth double the amount
asked. STRAND A TUTTLE, 45 Third at.
QOXA RESTAURANT: BEST PART OF
V'OUU. Fourth st.; pays weli: full value; bar-
gain. STRAND A TUTTLE. 45 Third St. .
QOfTA WANTED— HONEST SOBER PART-
*ipijrJ\J . ner in good running paying saloon and
lupchhouse. ' STRAND A TUTTLE. 45 Third si.
ROLL A STENBERG. 719 MARKET, NEAR
X Third, sell or exchange businesses, furnished
houses, orchards, vineyards, San Francisco, Ala-
meda. and Oakland property; send particulars; all
applications tor sales promptly attended to.
PROLL A 6TENBERO, 719 Market st.
■Q QAA STATIONERY AND NOTIONS:
'?•"'"• north Market: full value in stock and
fixtures. PROLL A STENBERG, 719 Market st.
OjfJFLA, SALOON WITH 10 FURNISHED
nJ\-'. rooms, near Market; hot, cold lunch;
must sell, having other business across the bay.
PROLL A STENBERG, 719 Market st. '
ESTABLISHED PRINTING AND NEWSPA-
per plant in prospering country town near San
clsco; controls largest circulation. For par-
tlculars see PROLL A STENBERG, 719 Market.
<2Jj'>XA WELL-ESTABLISHED:IRON GRILL
V-uU. blacksmith shop: complete set of tools
for conducting same; exceptional inducement for
mechanic. TROLL A STENBERG, 719 Market st.
QOXA RESTAURANT COFFEE HOUSE;
»TJ)^c»V/. north of Market: big paying business;
Investigation solicited. PROLL A STENBERG,
719 Market st.
A ,^A PROMINENT CORNER GROCERY,
*)Tl*J\J. bar; north of Market St.: established
trade. Further particulars see PROLL A STEN-
BERG. 719 Market st.
Q OA A PAYING hotel at JUNCTION OF
V l --""' 3 car lines; owner retiring from busi-
ness. PROLL A STENBERU. 719 Market, st.
"qj~x;;a bakery restaurant: west-
f)i)\.f. em Addition; genuine bargain: reason-
able rent; selling account departure. PROLL A
STENBERG. 719 Market st.
<n* 1 1 A A VEGETABLE, FRUIT, produce
Vp- 1 X\J \J. business; Eastern and coast steamers
supplied; located in downtown market; first-class
business. PKOLL A STKNBERG, 719 Market st.
< ' *( U ) CIGARS-TORE, MARKET ST.; CEN-
V'lvV/i tral location: receipts $10 to $15 daily.
PROLL A STENBERG, 719 Market st. y
<tj XA A GROCERY, BAR; 3 LIVING-ROOMS;
tJUUU. rent $15: yard: 8 stalls included.
TROLL A STENBERG, 719 Market st.
I f\A'"t ESTABI IRHED CORNER sa-
%J)-X\J\J. loon: business center: sacrifice; must
sell account other business; trial; full investiira-
tiOD. PROLL A STENBERG, 719 Market st.
<3jO(\A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY FOR
'_ •>•"•'. man to buy Interest in well-established
cash business; full investigation; references ex-
Changed. PROLL A STENBEKG, 719 Market st.
QCinn CIGAR-STORE— FOURTH ST.; POP-
<3UUu. ular stand in business center; clears
8150 month: easily run; selling account departure.
PROLL A STENBERG. 719 Market st.
ESTAURAXT, COFFEE -SALOON CHEAP;
on account of sickness: good paying: trial
piven: rept $17: water free. PROLL A STEN-
BEBCr. 719 Market si.
<"/'l'l RESTAURANT; ESTABLISHED
*s>tPyV. many years; near Mills building; sacri-
liceu account death of proprietor: lowest price of
meals, 25c: large patronage. WILKE, 235
Kearney St., room 4.
< *.| kA SALOON; KEPT BY PRESENT
fJOUU. owner last. lB years: rent, $32; day
business. WiLKE, 235 Kearnyst., room 4.
"©"7 A SALOON, NEAR BALDWIN HOTEL,
0 I O\J . Market st.; 2 billiards, safe, cash regis-
ter, beerpump; good trade: party going east.
WILKK. 235 Kearny St., room 4.
*Q"1 ft A A CORNER WINE AND LIQUOR
tjpIUUU. store established years: best location;
owner retiring from business; cHoice investment:
call at once. WILKE, 235 Kearny St., room 4.
dfeorrc corner Saloon: sixth st.,
•_ — ' «J. sacrificed: family trouble: for bargain,
call at once. 5H3 California St., Phoenix Bar.
QOXf| DAIRY and PRODUCE store IN
f£OO\J, heart of city: owner going to Germany;
cheap. WOO A CO. , 9 1 7 Market St.
<2* A' A GROCERY AND BAR; FINE COR-
»3>ttUu. ner: 3 living rooms; big stock; bargain.
WOOD A CO.. 917 Market St.
EX I' 11 1 .ns " BUSINESS— GOOD HORSE, HAR-
ness and wagon: plenty of work; $225. PHIL-
BRICK A MBTCALF, 2548 Folsom St.
SA LOON— BEST LOCATION IN THIS CITY:
IO old stand; nice fixtures; good slock; price
*3500, will take part real estate In exchange.
PHILBRICK A MET CALF, 2548 Folsom St.
BUTCHE B - SHOP; OLD STAND; Ci6\»D
X) trade; with team; low rent; must be sold:
price $500. PHILBRICK A METCALF, 2548
raw st. -• ■ -■■;-■■.■
0 1 • '.A GROCERY AND BAR; 4 LIVING^
«jL)tJV/. rooms:, receipts $10 daily; conducted
by owner of building, who wants to retire ; splen-
did location. See LOOMIS A CO., 873VJ8 Market.
Q A.LOON WORTH $600 FOR $300 IF TAKEN
r^ within 3 days; a snap. See LOOMIS A CO.,
873% Market st. .•"■■ ■■■-,•.
C-T -A FRUIT, VEGETABLE, DAIRY,
(Jli>U. produce; average receipts $11 a day:
horse and wagon; rent $10. BARRETT A CO.,
fc6sJ^ Market st. .
Q-| rjr BRANCH BAKERY. CANDY, GRO
«3?X i O. eery; 3 furnished rooms; rent $10; bes
bargain in city. BARRETT A CO., SUSy 2 Market
QIAAA CORNER GROCERY AND BAR;
«JrIUUU. heavily stocked; big cash bar trade;
receipts- $l5 per day: satisfactory trial- given.
BARRETT A CO., Bttsi£ Market st.
Cjl £J~. BAKERY, CANiTy, SODA AND ICE-
O-*-— O. cream parlor: best location; near Mar-
ket; finely fitted; 2 living-rooms: low rent: re-
celpts $8 day. BARRETT A CO., 665y 3 Market.
"<Tb 1 r A FRUIT AND CANDY BUSINESS;
)IOU. rent $10. BARRETT A CO., 865%
Market st. . . •
C;7nn BAKERS ATTENTION; RECEIPTS
<J5 I \J\J. 17 day; all counter trade; more than
value In sight: sickness cause sale: positive proof;
trial. BARRETT A CO., 865^ Market
<2J QA AHA property and
tJpOv/.Uv/v/. nes3 for sale; best paying business
on line of railroad, In thriving town; did business
$35,000 In 1894, far better expectations for 1895;
lint buildings ■ and grounds; accommodations
ample and first-class; splendid opportunity and
bargain to right man. CURTIS A BOWLEY, Mills
building, San Francisco. '
7m a rs\ WOOD. COAL, HAY AND GRAIN
O"J«-'"» business; rent, by sub-renting stables,
only $9- over 120 steady customers: fullest satis-
faction guaranteed. SPECK A CO., 80 Montgomery.
7j^ r "n SALOON AND 16 FURNISHED
CiOOU. rooms upstairs: all full. WEHNER,
030 California st. ■ ' " ' ■ "■'■'■'.■■
/GROCERY, BAR, 9 FURNISHED ROOMS;
XX must be sold. Cigar store, 145 Third sU
€• A A A~RESi r AURA NT ; RECEIPTS $30
tjSttUU. day; make offer thin day. 539 CaL st.
*IrA NOTION-STORE; 8 SUNNY ROOMS;
rJMOU. at transfer corner; a bargain. H. 8.,
box 67, Call Oflice. • ' ■ -"'"" - --" v
OTEL— WHOLE OR HALF INTEREST IN
a hotel with steady boarders; 64 rooms; nice
bar. Apply Call Office. ■' ■ . •■■---
Cfc O'TA. OLD ESTABLISHED BUTCHER-
•!?■>< O. shop; doing good business; stock, fix-
tures, horse, wagon, good will, etc.: best of | reasons
for selling; investigate this. 820 Howard st.
ff»l AAA WANTED ON MACHINE
•5 1 UUv/ worth triple, also land - security for
name, or will take party in interest ; you can handle
all the money and only pay as required. - P., box
14, Call office. ; ". -.;... "•: \ -" '
Q>A A A COFFEE HOUSE; ESTABLISHED 16
jpTtljy). years; reason, sickness. 606 Mission.
TAR AND GARTER SALOON, 137 FIFTH
St.; apply on premises; good bargain. "■- : .-.:
CjOAA A RARE CHANCE: . THE -•. CON-
*JP«Jv/vJ. tents of dining-room and kitchen free of
rent, water and gas: one of the most popular
hotels In town; ©0 rooms. Apply 28 Hunt, np-
6talrs: no agents.
PARTNER WANTED WITH $500 ~IN ' A
X well-established business; an Increasing Income
of $00 a month, with salary and expenses guaran-
teed. Gall between 3 and 8 ' o'clock, p. v., at 859
Clay St., Oakland. ,:■■■;.:-
RESTAURANT; 16 YEARS DOING BUSl-
ness; good location: $75. Apply 208 First st.
ffl; 1. 7 r BAKERY: GOOD BUSINESS;. 3
O-JL I *J. living-rooms; furnished. 621 Fourth st.
THIRST-CLASS SALOON AND RESTAURANT,
J} doing good business; building of 20 rooms;
well furnished : all occupied. Call or address MRS.
©ELCROiX, Tibunin, Marin Co.
! Si. fSO GERMAN WIDOW, GOOD COOK,
to,, y. % wants sober partner; good paying res-
taurant. Apply SMITHS HUBER A CO., 1001
! Market Bt.
i •' <st Z\t\(\ COFFEE AND CHOPHOUSE; EX-
*il'U*j\j, cellent location; no opposition; cheap
ren t ; will guarantee to clear above all expenses
$150; long trial given. Apply SMITH; iIUBER
CO., 1001 Market st. . - "
I CM 7^A HALF INTEREST IN BEST LlV-
<iPl.'l<JU. eryand boarding stable Id the city;
guaranteed by securitiy to clear $150 to $300 per
month: full value on stock ; must have help. Apply
SMITH, HUBER A CO., 1001 Market st.
MUST BE SOLD WITHIN 30 DAYS; A HAND-
somely furnished house; over 100 rooms: cen-
tral location: owner going to Europe. Address F.
H., box 124, Call. ""
Cj-TAA, grocery and BAR. INQUIRE
<? I UU. JOSEPH MELCZER A CO., 506 Murkt.'
OR SALE CHEAP; .SALOON ON WATER-
front: rent only $25; good business. 4 Wash-
ington st. .'.-...- • ■■ . .• .
,\ BARGAIN; ACCOUNT OF SICKNESS; OLD
-<M. established grocery and bar; long lease; fine
corner In best part of city. Apply 1244 Howard.
IjMXTURES OF GROCERY ; COMPLETE OP.
. lots to suit: 1 wagon, new. - 1142 Folsom st.
B*" ARBKR'S SHOP: 8 FURNISHED ROOMS;
bargain; 1165 Howard st. , • . - ;
PARTNER WANTED — LADY ,OR GENT
X with means: respectable; no betterpaying busi-
ness. 112 Taylor St., room 7. •••'
AAA PARTNER FOR HALF-INTEREST
*Jpa:Uv/Lf. In bazar: $8000 stock: establish'!-! 7
years; each to invest $1000 additionally in bicycles;
large basement for riding academy. Call or ad-
dress Van Ness Bazar, 1808 Market st. •
djTKAA FIRST - CLASS SALOON, NEAR
tJpUUU. Kearny and Market; full stock; bargain.
Inquire 112 Geary st. .
ALOON FOR SALE IN A GOOD LOCATION.
Inquire E. CAMPION. 416 Pine st. '
17<OR SALE, PRICE , $200 - BAKERY,
cigar, tobacco and notion store; 3 nice living-
rooms; rent only $15 week. Inquire 1326 Howard.
I "'OR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR CHICKEN
ranch— First-class livery and boarding stable
Address C, box 47, this office.
STATIONERY, CANDY. TOY STORE FOR
sale at a bargain. 1650 Polk st.
' ARIETY, NOTION AND MILLINERY
> store for sale cheap; clean stock; good location;
2 living-rooms: rent $18. Apply Call Office. ■
T> LACKSMITH-SnOP FOR RENT CHEAP;
J-> line chance for good horseshoer and general
blacksmith; goodwill and tools included. Call at
Central aye. and Sun Lenndro road, Oakland.
T7IOR SALE-GOOD PAYING GROCERY AND
£ bar, wood and coal, hay and grain at sacrifice.
Call Fifteenth and Guerrero sta.
S~ ALOON FOR SALE. APPLY BROADWAY
PARTNER WANTED; VERY PROFITABLE
X enterprise; splendid opportunity. M., Box 26,
©I£AA HALF CASH, BALANCE INSTALL-
iS)X\J\J\J. ments: business pays 8176 month;
right man can easily increase it to $500 or more.
Inquire CURTIS A BOWLEY, 32 second floor,
Mills building. ,
CjOAA BIG STORE; FULL STOCK; FIVE
ii?O\J\J. rooms furnished; $18 rent. 34UA
Fifth st. v . . r . ;
T.IOR SALE— CROCKERY-STORE AND FIX-
J tures; cheap rent. 1230 a Pacific sL . ;~ ..:
"ESTAURANT; FINE LOCATION ON MAR-
ket st. : man and wife with small capital or
partners: living-rooms. Apply this office.
1? OR SALE— GOOD INSIDE ROUTE ON THIS
J paper. Apply 1404 Ellis st. .
UST BE SOLD AT ONCE; BEST PAYING
livery stable in town; SO 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. 8.. box 127, this office.
LODGING-HOUSES FOR SALE. ,
(& ft BAY-WINDOW HOUSE OF 20 WELL
tIPUcJI-'. furnished rooms: all rented; grand bar-
gain. STRAND A TUTTLE, 45 Third st. .
*)- ROOMS; WELL FURNISHED; ON AC-
—«J count of sickness; very cheap. Inquire in i
grocery, 40 Sixth st. •;•■:.' ~ ;
Qf^rUk 20 BOOMS, NEAR SUTTER ST.:
OvJUU. oak furniture: rent $60. A. M. SPECK
A CO., 80 Montgomery St.
"I 7 ROOM CORNER HOUSE, ONLY $300.
X I is rooms; N. of Market; rent $45; a snap.
30 room house clearing $200; cost $5000: $1800.
Before buying, selling or exchanging go to
TRAVERS A LAMB, 512 California St.
T ODGING-HOUSE, 9 FURNISHED ROOMS;
Xi sold cheap. 278 Minna st. -
T ODGING-HOUSE: 14 ROOMS; ALL REN'S
XJ ed; cheap. 309 Grant aye.
BUTTERKIKLD (WILLIAM), AUCTIONEER;
XJ bargains In lodging-houses. Crocker building.
Fl.'KNlTl'ltE FOB SALE. ~
1 '£ rooms sublet. $13. 503 Hyde st.
"OEDROOM . »iT: .PATENT r TABLES
X> $2 15; Roxbury Brussels, 75c laid; oilcloth,
20c; open evenings. SIIIREK, 1310 Stockton st.
HG. KRASKY, CARPETS, PICTURES,
. folding, iron beds, furniture; low prices: CaL
stepladder manufactd for the trade. 779 Mission.
UT PRICES IN FURNITURE AND CARPETS
J this week at McCABE'S, 948-950 Mission st.
REDUCTIONS ON LARGE STOCK, NEW AND
second hand; 400 carpets, good as new; oil- I
cloth, 26c; parlor suits, $19 up; linoleum, 45c;
7-piece chamber suits, $14 60; cornice-poles, 35c:
ranges, $6; cash or installments; goods shipped
free. T. li. NELSON. 126 Fourth st.
. t'AKPKTS. , ~
BRUSSELS, 45c, I^IDr^ROXBURY^RU*
sels, 75c. laid; linoleum, 40c: heavy oilcloth,
'.'Or- open evenings. IHKK. 131 0-1 312 Stockton.
■; . CABPIT cleaning.
\J renovated same as new. S. FERGUSON A
CO., 23 Tenth st. Telephone number, south 36.
"VTATIONAL CARPET BEATING AND RENO-
Ii vatlng Works, HAMPTON A NUN AN; laying
and altering. 313-315 Guerrero; Tel. Mission 244.
CITY STEAM CARPET-BEATING AND
Renovating Works, K8 and 40 Eighth st. G. it.
STEVENS, manager. Telephone No., south 250.
HEN YOU BECOME DISGUSTED WITH
» » poor work send to SPAULDING'S Pioneer Car-
pet Beating Works, 353-7 Tthama: tei. 80-40. !
pONKLIN'S CARPET BEATING WORKS. 333
\J Golden Gate aye. ; telephone east 126.
HE J. E. MITCHELL CARPET-CLEANING
Co. (lncorp.); old established carpet clean!
machines: cleaning 8c yard. 230 14th, tel. 6074.
T MCQUEEN'S CARPET BEATING AND REN-
') . orating works. 453 Sn-venson: tel. 3228.
_^^-^ ' HORSES. ~~~
PSZ \TK^T^KTvLKM(ysrEDFI^jri 575 MaS
. ket to 1307 Mission; fine single and double
harness, blankets, robes, etc: low prices.
QTYLISH HORSE AND BUGGY VERY
0 cheap. HEINE, 40 O'Farrell st.
Ci ood'business'horse wanted in ex-
Jchange for city real estate. - McEWEN BROS.,
118 Montgomery st.
A A HORSES FOR SALE; ALSO WAGONS,
rtU buggies, carts, harness; Grand Arcade Horse
Market, 327 Sixth st.; auction sales every Wednes-
day. SULLIVAN A DOYLE, Auctioneers.
1 00 SETS SECOND-HAND HARNESS; ALL
X\J\J kinds; second-hand • wagons, buggy, carts;
also 20 cheap horses. Fifteenth and Valencia Bts.
. WAGONS AND CARRIAGES.
QECOND-HAND~ WAGONS:^ ALIT" KINDsI
0 cheap. 924 Bryant at., bet. Seventh and
Eighth. ". . -
DR. RE A, 9 SIXTH ST.: ALI"dENTAiTwORIC
at lowest prices ana warranted : open evenings
DR. J. J. LEEK, 1206 MARKET, COR. GOLDEN
XJ Gate aye.— Open evenings; Sundays till noon.
DR. GEORGE" W. LEEK, THE GENUINE
XJ Leek dentist, discoverer of painless extraction
and patentee of Improved bridge work' or teeth
without any plate, moved from 6 to 2o O'Farrell st.
AT CHALFANTS'S.SMASON.COR. MARKET,
sets of teeth are made to please or no charge;
on bridges, crowns and gold plates prices reduced ;
small gold .'llllngs only $2; painless extraction.
pROOME DENTAL ASSOCIATION, 759 MAR-
\J ket, bet. 3d and 4tn, gas specialists; only reli-
able agent for paimess extraction: artificial teeth
inn $t> ; fillings from $1 ; extracting 60c, with gas SI.
o*7 : A SET FOR TEETH; " WARRANT ED"~AS
«JP I good as can be made; filling $1. DR. SIMMS,
dentist, 930 Market St., next Baldwin Theater.
DR. 11. U. 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.
(IOLTON DENTAL ASSOCIATION. 806 MAR-
\J ket St. DR. CHARLES W. DECKER. »
'""■".;.•■■ HONEY TO LOAN. " . .■
Af. JOHNS a .FINANCIAL AGENTS,
• 632 Market St., room 9: money to loan in
amounts to suit on San Francisco and Oakland real
estate; country loans negotiated; bonds bought and
sold ; Insurance on man'f g plant placed at low rates.
T OANS ON REAL ESTATE, IST AND 2ND
XJ mortgages, furniture or pianos - without re-
moval : lowest rat BECKER. 240 Montgomery.
ONEY AT 6*: IST AND 2D MORTGAGES,
estates, pianos. MURPHY, 628 Market st.
ST AND 2ND MORTGAGES, LIFE V INSUR-
ance policies, bank books. GOULD, 638 Market.
ONEY LOANED ON JEWELRY AND DlA-
monds. Mills' building, fifth floor, room 6. ■
N ANY SECURITY, AT LOW RATES; DEAL^
ing confidential. 43 Crocker building. . . c
UNICIPAL loan OFFICE, crookeb
betiding, room 67; telephone Main 6122.
-V NY SUM OF MONEY ADVANCED ON
JA. your furniture, pianos or real estate; low rates;
call and state your proposition or writs: open
evenings. ;; J. NOON AN, 1021 Mission st.
MONEY LOANED ON JEWELRYANDOTKEH
1M valuables at the Security Loan Bank, 1103
Market si. nr. Mason: private entraoce 7 Turk.
■UN. I !■■! iM.'iltf Till II H I --•-.e^ i- ' -*-»-v : ,^'~ J- :■* X- . i l-S -
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, TUESDAY, JUNE 18, 1895.
-; CITY REAL .ESTATE. . - .
OUIS SCHLOSS. ■ *, '• ■ ".'■',
Rooms 24 and 25, Crocker Building, S. F.
<nj7n f\f\(\ FOR A CHOICE PIECE OF
«]p I \J.\J\J\J business property on 3d st.; fine
investment. _____ '-";-
-©49 t^fift FOB A FINE PIECE OF PROP-
»Jptr_.Ovv/. erty on Bush St., near Kearny. ■
<&"! A A f\f\f\ FOR THE CHOICEST PIECE
fJpXUU.UUVf of residence property, in the
Western Addition; 2 fifty-varas. ■ v;;^'-;
SANTA CLARA COUNTY PROPERTY TO
O exchange for San Francisco property; free
from incumbrance. . '
©1O AAA FOR A FINE PIECE OF IN-
«4J)XO.UUU. come property on Channel street. (
© ,IAA MISSION LOTS ON THE INSTALL-
<i]pdtUU. ment plan. _" ■
(D» CA A MISSION LOTS ON THE . INSTALL-
tJpOI/v. ment plan. -
'© QK AAA A SNAP; 55 FEET ON MISSION \
*r[\OO.\J\J\J . street; a choice piece for manu- \
facturing of any kind. :
Rooms 24 and 25, Crocker Building, S F.
T> ARGAIN ! ~~
Jackson and Washington; double front 205 feet;
$7000; $34 per front foot; bet. Cherry st. and 1
First aye. THOMAS MA GEE A SONS, 4 Mont-
<£> IQA 100x120; LOT 6, BLOCK 87, UNI-
XU\J. versity Homestead Association. CHAS.
C. FISHER, 507 California st.
ffIjQAA CASH; HOUSE. 5 ROOMS, LOT 25x70;
tip *J\J\J Hoscoe St., near Crescent aye.. Holly Park ;
Misslon-st. cars, or apply at 64 Silver st.
TTO.USE OF 5 ROOMS. BATH, LARGE CE L
XL lar and garden ; lot 22 :6x96. 2439 Lark in st.
"ffllOnnn 2 NICE FLATS, 5 ROOMS EACH;
<JpOUUU. Folsom st., nr. 22d; large lot. SPECK
A CO., 30 Montgomery st. -
a» or; a CHEAPEST lot in city; broad
«IPOOU. St., nr. Plymouth; size, 25x125: this is
well worth $460: street graded and macadamized.
McEWEN BROS. 118 Montgomery st.
"VTOW IS THE TIME~IO BUILD, WHILE
-Li materials are cheap. Will build anything,
anywhere: cash or easy monthly installments,
plans included. O. W. FORS YTH, 640 Market st.
in OR SALE— A FINE HOUSE, FOUR ROOMS
X 1 and large basement, stable, outhouses, garden,
forty fruit trees, streets graded and a good well of
water. Inquire at FRED MEINCKE, Five-mile
House. Mission road. ■ ■ -
"©T^n COTTAGE: 3 BOOMS: IN BERKE-
%p • OVJ. ley; lot 40x120; $15 monthly.
$200— Half an acre, near university ; steep and
Other houses and lots all over town. . ■'■' '■ :'•
CHAS. A. BAILEY, 46 Market St., or Berkeley
OUSE AND LOT: FURNITURE FOR SALE;
$1350. 1420 Twelfth aye., S. of Park.
"1 1,1 :r 107:6— SW. COR. JERSEY AND DIA-
XX^t mond sts. Apply within. ,;.,..
OUSES FOR SALE ON SMALL MONTHLY
payments: loans made on San Francisco real
estate. LOUIS BLANK 214 Pine Bt.. rms. 58 A 69.
COmnOftl KEAL ESTATE.
AN UNPRECEDENTED BARGAIN.
J\. - ;«i' ! • —^— » .• . .
Only $27 60 por acre for 600 acres; the choicest
land in the State; one-half mile from depot; 50
miles from this city: 200 acres rich valley loam;
three-quarters of a mile frontage along railroad
400 acres easy grade timbered knolls: soil brown
vegetable mold; all tillable; beautiful building
sites with charming valley view for 30 miles:
could be subdivided into 150-acre tracts, with 50
acres level and abundant flowing spring water on
each tract; owner a non-resident: must sell re-
gardless of value; we Invite personal inspection,
which will show this property cheap at $100 per
acre. '; • .; .-•-; ,•
SUMMER RESORT AND ROAD-HOUSE.
Nineteen acres and 2 houses; 14 rooms well fur-
nished ; 10 miles from San Rafael, on stage road to
Bolinas; now doing a good business;- magnificent
view of the coast, with Monterey, the Farallones
and Mt. Diablo in full sight; for sale or lease at
your own price,
SANTA ROSA— feet from streetcars; Fair-
| mount Villa, 46 acres; as a whole, or subdivisions
of 4 acres or upward at ordinary ranch prices. ' i
BOVEE, TOY A CO., 19 Montgomery st.
THIS WILL INTEREST YOU.
■ .:.-- ....
We have decided to found a colony which will be
a practical demonstration of successful industrial
and social life, a community of homes that will be
self-sustainincr, attractive and profitable. If you
bare a home like this you have the ultimatum of
all riches: the most wealthy can have no more. If
you have a home like this you are a sovereign
whereas If yon are working on a salary, though you
may hold the highest clerkship you are a servant.
Your time, your skill, the value of your time and
skill belongs to the man who pays you for It.
We have a tract of land on which to establish
homes of this kind. Our location is beautiful, our
soil is rich and productive, growing all varieties of
fruit, . not excepting the orange and lemon, also
grain and vegetable* of all kinds. We have cheap
transportation. We have a healthy climate. Those
who desire a home in a community of this kind are
the people we desire to meet and converse with in
regard I* terms, plans, etc. Address W. H., box
136, Call Office. • ■ '
% ACRES FRUIT LAND UNDER DITCH,
— V for exchange. 872 Washington st., Oakland.
POULTRY RANCHIn"peTALUMA ; 4 ACRES
X level garden land; water piped for irrigation-
good new house. BECKER, 240 Montgomery st.
MONEY I MUST HAVE AND WILL SELL
you 60 acres near Watson viile for half its
value; only $500 cash needed; $800 can remain-
if you want a real bargain Investigate, Box 72,'
Call Office, Oakland.
OR 4 LOVELY BROOKSIDE HOMES, NEAR
town. A. M. DENNETTE, Glen Kllen, Cal.
TO 10 ACRE LITTLE HOMES' ON EIGHT
years' credit. D. H. TWING, Sonoma City, Cal.
N KvjUAL SHOW FOR ALL; STRAIGHT,
fair and square deal; an Investment offered
that Is honest; own your owb home and inde-
pendent: try It aDd you will find that we advise
you right; we will Bell 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 in California; 108 miles north
of ban Francisco and only 20 miles from county
Beat 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. *>",«Dyr«
AKIN COUNTY— 6OOO ACRES 23 MILES
from San Francisco. "
RANCHO DE NOVATO.
Tracts of any size desired; fruit, grata 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. .■-r.ti
SYNDICATE INVESTMENT COMPANY, 64
and 66. Chronicle buildinc. . "•'-,,
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.
A WEEK'S NEWS FOR 5 CENTS— THE
J\. WEEKLY CALL, in wrapper, for mailing. •
ILs63«^^^7T6'M^KET^T^GE ; rOUR
rates and examine our method for storage of
furniture and all kinds of household goods; dust
and vermin proof: separate rooms at low rates. •■
S^ TORAGE; FURNITURE, PIANOS, mdse-
advances. LIEBES 8. W. CO., 906 Market, r. 4.
UH NITURE, PIANOS AND OTHER MER-
chandise received on storage; money advanced
on consignments; tire-proof building. 410 Post st.,
QTORAGE OF FURNITURE, PIANOS, HOUSE-
-0 hold goods, etc. J. M. PIERCE, 736 Market st.
tTiIRST^CLASS STORAGE : ADVANCES MADE
J 431-423 Market st. ■ CHAS. L. TAYLOR.
• STORES TO LET. '. ~™~~~
«m_U. gomery ave.; large basement. ASHTON,
411 Montgomery st. • . • ... ..
OR RENT — A CORNER STORK; GOOD
1 stand for drug or grocery business. Apply W.
B. CLUFF, 17 Sixth st. . . :" _
FOUR-STORY BRICK AND IRON BUILDING
and basement, 608 Sacramento St., containing
elevator, power, etc. ; rent $80. ■ Apply DAVID
ST^EBN A SONS. 20 Montgomery st. ■
1 ' \ :' OFFICES TO LET. ~~
91 7 GEARY— CHOICE OFFTCE-ROOMS, OP-
__ I posite Union square; key 217^. ' ; •
E~ LEGANT OFFICES IN NEW SPRECKELS
building, 925 Market: rents low: no extra
charge for gas, janitor services or heating. Apply
at building or O. H. UMBSKN A CO., 14 Montg. St.
. STABLE: FOR SALE. ~~~
aye., near Franklin st.
HOUSES TO LET. - .^
9Q TWENTY-THIRD, - BET. ; YORK AND
_O Hampshire— 6 rooms; bath; modern
improvements: $18. ' " :•" ; •■ ■■ -
A AQ LEAVENWORTH— HOUSE OF 9 ROOMS
*±\Jo and bath. :
MODERN 9-ROOM HOUSE AND LARGE GAR
den; fine view; basement; 809 Castro, near
Twenty-first. L. A. SOUC A CO., 465 Valencia st.
TN PART OR WHOLE, CHEAP, STORE AND
X 11 rooms furnished or unfurnished; good for
fruit store or barber-shop. 3129 Sixteenth st.
JQAPOST. OPPOSITE FIRST CONGREOA-
ttOI/ tional Church— Good location for doctor or
dentist; low rent to a good tenant. Apply to G. H.
CM BSEN A CO.. 14 Montgomery st.
91 91 PERRY— BAY-WINDOW HOUSE; i
_ L_3 rooms and basement: water free: rent re-
duced. Apply to G. H. UMBSEN A CO., 14 Mont-
gomery st. • - : - . ■
T ATEST styles IN HOUSES to rent at
XJ BALDWIN A HAMMOND'S, 10 Montgomery.
UNNY.HOUSE-830 EDDY.NEAB LARKIN;
9 rooms: bath; rent $30; water free.
OUSE, FINE LOCATION, PERFECT RE-
palr. It'puire ALMA K. KEITH, 24 Kearnv.
9~?Ti~IcLAY^HOUSE OF Y~ROOMS, COM-
_UXX pletely fnrn! shed ; piano; furnace; base-
ment: sunny yard: 10 to 3. .
COTTAGES TO LET. • . "
pLKX?AI?T^UNNY~ToTTMiE7 V T^6ll^
X and bath. Apply 1514 Geary st. -
Iji QTO $15 -COTTAGES OF 4 AND 5
<IpXO room«. bath, basement and yard. Cor.
Dolores anii Fifteenth sts. .
CCA NATOMA-SUNNY COTTAGE, 4 ROOMS
000 and bath; newly papered and painted; large
yard. : ■ : ,<
ATEAT COTTAGE, 5 ROOMS, BATH, CELLAR,
yard; $15. 1127 Twentieth st.
COTTAGES ROOMS; $8. APPLY 38 VICTOR
VJ St., bet. Seventh «nd Eighth, off Bryant. '
FLATS TO lkt. '
M"^sTdesi h ablfTn c w"m^h3srn~s^jnny
i.»X fiat, 5 rooms and bath ; also new carpet for
sale. 335 a Fair Oaks St.. near Twenty-fifth.
C_7 $6, 3 ROOMS EACH: YARD; WATER;
«JP I . separate; 1109-1111 aye. Apply 1612
Golden Gate aye. • ~ .
1 C BEAVER— LOWER FLAT, 5. SUNNY
X O rooms: modern improvements: reasonable.
9 NEW FLATS: JUST COMPLETED: 4 AND
dU 5 rooms and bath; rent $22 60 and $25; Cali-
fornia st., nr. Baser. Apply SHAINWALD,
BUCKBEE A CO., 220 Montgomery st., Mills
.building. ' •■ .
T STYLES IN FLATS TO RENT AT
XJ BALDWIN A HAMMOND'S, 10 Montgomery.
<n* Q FLAT 3 FINE SUNNY BOOMS. 27
♦IPO. Pearl st., off Market, near Valencia.
9 SUNNY BAY-WINDOW FLATS: 4 ROOMS;
— $16 and $20. NE. cor. Polk and Jackson sts. |
lyfEW FLAT, 6 ROOMS' AND BATH. HER-
-Li mann st., bet. Fillmore and Stelner.
CIOZY FLAT; 4 ROOMS; BATH; STATION-
/ ary washtub; rent $18. 1155 Howard st.
1 nn^ 1 MINNA ST., NEAB ELEVENTH; 6
IUUOa rooms and bath: rent $16. \
M~ ODERN FLAT OF 8 ROOMS: BATH; ONE
or two families. 1128 Howard st., near 7th.
TTiLAT OF 6 FINE SUNNY ROOMS— ALL MOD-
X? em Improvements. 108 Ridley, near Valencia.
1 9 FLAT 4 ROOMS AND Y ARD.~444y 2
OX_. Clementina St., nr. Sixth.
■\TICE SUNNY FLAT OF 6 ROOMB, BATH;
X> cheap. 3"8 Tenth st., near Folsom. ■■
«£«IQ 3 LARGE ROOMS AND YARD. 109
(flu. Thirteenth St., above Valencia.
1 MONTH'S RENT FREE; REDUCED from
X $30 to $25; sunny flat; central. 409 O'Farrell.
LEGANT NEW FLATS, SEVKNTH ST.. BE-
low Bryant; 5 and 6 rooms, bath; $9 to $17. (
Q9l HOWARD— TWO FLATS, 3 OR 4 ROOMB
uajl and bath. X'^f.tt ■ .
Oqn SUTTER— ELEGANT SUNNY FLAT; 7
UOvt rooms and bath; latest Improvements; call
from 2 to 3 o'clock.
V- W MIDDLE FLAT: 2 BAY-WINDOWS;
-Li 8 rooms; suitable 1 or 2 families; bath; gas;
tubs; cheap. 909 Folsom st., near Fifth.
A I OST DESIRABLE FLAT OF 7 ROOMS WITH
liX bath and all modern improvements; rent, In-
cluding water, $30. 1625 Bush St. ■ :
(J_ 1(* BRAND NEW FLAT OF 5 EMS.; NICE
•jplU. location. SPECK'S, 30 Montgomery st.
ELEGANT FLAT; 6 ROOM; BATH; SUN IN
all rooms. 8 Grove, near City Hall. ■ -
ELEGANT SUNNY FLAT; 6 ROOMS: BATH.
145 Grove, near City Hall.
70 FOURTH— FOUR ROOMS, SUITABLE FOR
• O office or housekeeping: rent $20.
PLENDID 6-ROOM FLAT: BATH; LARGE
0 rear lot: very low rent. 2510 Mission St., Key
next door. ■ - - .
FURNISHED FLATS.. , _, _
on Clay st., above Mason: flat to rent: elegant
view. See owner, 624 Washington st. -
991 WEBSTER — SUNNY UPPEB FLAT;
dUdUXtJ bath, linen, china, piano, etc
T?URNISHED UPPER FLAT — 5 ROOMS;
X I bath: complete. 1905 Bush at., cor. Laguna.
UOUSEKEEIUNG KOOMS. ~-
"i no ash a^fT^2~^^e^un^ijrnished
X \J*J rooms to let for housekeeping.
m" ELEVENTH - ELEGANTLY FUR-
nished front rooms comDlete for housekeep-
ing; sun all day; facing the street: private bath,
etc.: crates; carpets and furniture all new; rea-
A AQ ELLIS— 2 DESIRABLE SUNNY BOOMS
rjtt/c/ for housekeeping; central location.
9OA FIRST— S ROOMS SUITABLE FOR
—OV housekeeping; rent moderate.
1/111 FOLSOM-AN ELEGANT FURNISHED
XJxXX floor, from 3 to 4 rooms, for housekeeping.
9991 FOURTH— LARGE FRONT SUITES
———3 for offices; also housekeeping suites;
transients. . ,
O(\I7 FOURTH — SUNNY FURNISHED
«JvJ I front rooms for houseKeeping; also single-
cheap. . ...
71 A HOWARD— SUITE OF HOUSE-
I XU keeping rooms; gaaand bath. r.
9AO HYDE, NEAR TURK— 3 sunny rooms
*U\JO furnished for housekeeping; ch»>ap; private.
91 A HYDE— 2 SUNNY HOUSEKEEPING
*JX\J rooms and 1 large front room.
1 m ft JACKSON, NR. MASON— FURNISHED
Xl'XO sunny front large housekeeping; $7 to $9.
1 AQ JESSIE— LARGE SUNNY HOUSEKEKP-
X\JU ing rooms; also single rooms: price cheap.
A OO JESSIE, BEAR MINT-aSUNNY FURN.
j:wi» rooms for housekeeping; also single; cheap.
<E»1 A LARGE UNFURNISHED ROOMS AND
<|PXV/. kitchen. 18 Lewis St., off Taylor, near
m"~LYON-PAflfk PANHANDLE; BEAUTI-
ful sonny rooms for housekeeping. ■ ■
I\d.(i MINNA - FURNISHED .BOOMS FOB
*J\£\J housekeeping: large yard.
C/^1 MISSION, NR. SECOND-SUNNY BED-
OUX room and kitchen, furnished: rent $10.
AC! MISSION— LARGE BTINNY BOOMS,
VOX furnished suitable for housekeeping. -
<2» Q LARGE FRONT SUNNY HOUSEKEEP-
<pO. ing room; well furnished. 833 Mission.
1 O MOSS, OFF HOWARD, NEAR SEVENTH—
XO 2 furnished rooms for housekeeping.
q PEARL, COB. MARKET. OPP. OCTAVIA—
0 Bay-window room and kitchen: well furnished
for housekeeping: running water ami sink: $14. •
01 Al POLK-3 NICE. FURNISHED SUNNY
\JX\J-4 housekeeping rooms; .rent reasonable;
everything complete. ' ■ ; ■
1 99n BOWELL-2 NICELY FURNISHED
I — I—.\ ' rooms, suitable for housekeeping; rent
reasonable.' ■ • • ■« .-- - . ■_■
C9q SECOND— 3 NICELY FURNISHED SUN-
«J_<J ny rooms, complete for housekeeping; sun-
ny yard bir Itself: water free; rent reasonable. .'.
AAQ TEHAMA— a SUNNY ROOMS FOB
j"jO housekeeping; well furnished; everything
complete. . - '
II Q TENTH— 2 lovely HOUSEKEEPING
lIP rooms; other rooms; private family. ■
017 THIRD ST.— LARGE SUNNY FRONT
OX I housekeeping; also others; $6, $10, $12.
q99 THIRD— SUNNY FRONT FURNISHED
O__ housekeeping suites, $8. $9, $10, $12.
C 1 Q THIRD, . COR. SOUTH PABIC - FUR-
OXV nisbed housekeeping rooms. . , . /
QAQ TURK-SUNNY; FURNISHED ROOMS
O\JV for housekeeping. . : : : ■■■-■-
ll— l welsh; OFF fourth, BELOW
XXt-2 Bryant— 2 or 3 nicely furnished house-
keeping rooms; reasonable. : ■
CA9 WASHINGTON ST.— SUNNY UNFUB-
Ul/_ nished rooms, suites of 2 and 3 ; $8 and *10 ;
running water. - • ■ ■ *
~~ ROOMS .TO LET. •• ~
Kearny, has removed to 620 Bush st. house
has been thoroughly renovated and newly fur-
nished; rooms single or en suite; rents reasonable.
Tl Q ELLIS— NEWLY.- FURNISHED BOOMS
-tlO at the Irvington; single or en suite; prices
to suit the times. ■ '
99^ FOURTH -FURNISHED FRONT; SUIT-
_ — U able for two; also housekeeping. /- "
K9l • GOLDEN GATE AVE.— LABGE NICELY
»J— l furnished sunny room; $10. , _ ._,.,?
91 7 GRANT AYE.— LARGE ROOMS NICE-
_I. I ly furnished: gas; bath; hot and cold water.'
1 9nQ l HOWARD"- NICELY FURNISHED
X_VJt73 room for 1 or 2 gentlemen; $7 a month.
1 1 9Q I HOWARD— FOR A SINGLE ROOM
X J —Oi or $6 for a double room. «
4 HYDE— 2 LARGE ■? PARLORS, SUITABLE
for doctor's or dentist's office, facing new City
Hall. ..■',; '.'■:■- .-.-■-■..-;■;.::.;/,■■ '",---_ ■-.:-..:.■-■.:.: .-. v-.. ..-'
fi&A JESSIE ST., BET. SEVENTH AND
xJu^: Eighth— Large sunny front room; private
family. ; ■ .-.-. .-/•,:■■ .■..■--.....;,■., £t\-.s«:- . ■■• ■■ :■ .'Y-.-i:-
(jlK JONES — SUNNY FRONT : BOOMS,
UJ v nicely furnished; gentlemen preferred.
ROOMS TO LET-C'ontinued. .
A RLINGTON HOUSE, 127 KE ARNY— PLE AS-
■£*■ ant sunny rooms, en suite and single; first class
in every respect : terms reasonable. ■.
VOSE3IITE HOUSE, 1045 MARKET, BET.
X Sixth and Seventh— and suites; . per
night, 35c to $1; week, $1 60 to $5; families. i.. ;
1 Ci\A MARKET— LARGE BUNNY FRONT
X\JiJr£ room: also single rooms; price reasonable.
94 MINT AYE., NR. FIFTH ST.— NICELY
<m-K furnished sunny bay-window rooms; $8 and
< $10 per month: also other front rooms, cheap. . ;
9f|7 POST — CHANGED HANDSJ THOIU
•^V7 I oughly renovated; nicely furnished front
suites; also single room cheap; transient solicited
a specialty. .-....,
THE CRAGBURN, CORNER LARKIN AND
1 X Post streets— Nicely furnished sunny rooms, en
: suite or single; first-class and reasonable. '
09K LAKKIN — LARGE SUNNY FRONT
1 tJ— room; also single furnished rooms: terms
moderate. . ■ . .
"1 £9?; LEAVENWORTU — LARGE SUNNY
XXJZjO front unfurnished room to let. ' j
£•1 Ql MCALLISTER— FURNISHED
UXt/g parlor suite; use piano: bath; gas; cheap.
5 MINT AYE., ©PR THE MINT-DOUBLE
and single rooms very reasonable.
IW7 MINNA, COR. EIGHTH-NICELY FUR-
UUI nished bay-window rooms; $1 week. '
] 7 POLK ST., NEAP. MARKET-SUNNY
X I double or single rooms, night 25c; week $1 to
907 POST — CHANGED HANDS; NICELY
A\J I furnished suites; cheap; transient solicited.
H97 POST, BET. MASON AND TAYLOR—
<J— i I Neatly furnished rooms, terms very reason-
able, with use of kitchen. .-
IF YOU DESIRE NICE ROOMS REASON-
X ably, stop at 203 a Powell : transient solicited.
9 C POWELL— ROOMS REASON-
1 (Y)A POWELL-LARGE FRONT ROOM
XV/^tt nicely furnished; also single room; $6 np.
E"UROPE HOUSE. 1169 MISSION— NICELY
■i furnished rooms, single or en suite; transients.
C 9 SECOND— ROOMS. WEEK, $1 50
__ _f 3: single, $1 to $1 50; night, 200 to 60c.
EVERETT, 55 SECOND — FAMILY HOUSE,
thoroughly renovated; new management; re-
spectablf; sunny rms;reasnble. M.DALTON, prop.
"I <J(> SEVENTH — NICELY FURNISHED
XOU front Bunny single rooms: $4 and ss month.
GRAND SOUTHERN, COR. SEVENTH AND
VT 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 50 and $5 week up.
m SIXTH— CHEAPEST IN CITY; DOUBLE
and single front nicely furnished rooms. \
qq SIXTH ST., THE HILLSDALE— SUNNY
rooms; single and en suite; $1 to $1 50 aday.
MEW PYRENEE HOUSE, 1314 STOCKTON
X\ st.— Sunny front rooms: suites or single: by
day, week or month.- PH. MAYSOUNAVE. prop.
CAO TAYLOR — LARGE SUNNY FRONT
<J\JO room, neatly furnished; $10 per month.
"I 99 TAYLOR- ELEGANTLY FURNISHED
XZjZJ sunny rooms: also housekeeping rooms.
09/ I THIRD— 2 UNFURNISHED HOUSE-
OO^r keeping rooms; $5 and $6.
"I C VAN • NESS— SUNNY FRONT SUITE;
1" also single rooms; elegantly furnished ; reason-
7QQ VAN NESS AVENUE— NICELY FUR-
> OO nished sunny parlors, with piano.
UROPE HOUSE, 13 69 MISSION— NICELY
furnished rooms, single or en suite, $1 to $3
per week: night 25c to $1; transient- solicited.
BOARDING AND booms.
\J£i\J and single: best board; reasonable.
ART* OF GENTLEMEN CAN BE ACCOM-
modated with rooms and first-class board; also
furnished fiat to let. 101 Fell st.
\J in country; good home. Apply at office Brook-
lyn Hotel, from 9 to 12 a. m.
mWO CHILDREN TO BOARD,- TO 8: NICE
X home and yard; best of care. Inquire 409
Twenty-sixth st., corner Harrison. . *
ESPECTABLK ELDERLY LADY WITH
sunny yard and home would like several chil-
dren to board; mother's care. 114 Jones st.
ANTED— A CHILD TO BOARD; VERY
desirable home. Apply 614 Ellis st.
OAKLAND REAL ESTATE.
T\O YOU WANT A HOME? I WILL BUY YOU
XJ a lot, build house on your own plans, this side
of bay; small cash payment, balance monthly. C.
P. KERN, Central Bank building, Oakland.
fl>"| 00 CASH AND SMALL MONTHLY PAY-
*F- 1 -'-"-' ments; fine modern 5-room cottage: lot
40x100; good location; near city trains. HUGH
M. CAMERON, 479 Ninth St., Oakland.
AN UNEQUALED OFFER— A FINE 2-STORY
residence of 8 rooms, bath, large closets and
pantries, in tirst-class repair, on lot 32x115;, well
located in the choicest residence portion of Oak-
land, near Market st.; price only $4250, terms of
$250 and small monthly installments or otherwise
arranged; a handsome home secured for its rent.
For further particulars see at once P. 11. JORDAN
A CO., 188 Crocker building, San Francisco.
gOO ONLY FOR 23 £ ACRES; FULL
tiPXeiUV/. bearing orchard in Frultvale. LODGE
<fc POWELL, Frnltvale station.
©OAAA GENUINE BARGAIN; MUST BE
*S)rJ\J\J\J. sold at once; 2-story 7-room modern
home; complete; north side street, bet. Telegraph
aye. and urove St.; ten minutes' walk to City Hall;
,erms to suit; call at once. A. H. BREED & CO.,
460 Ninth St., Oakland. . .-■•■.. - ,
9 ~AA 2-STORY HOUSE; LOT COxlOO;
ijD+jU\J\.J. good neighborhood; cent rally located;
must be sold: a bargain. Call or address A. K.
PERCIVAL. 1010 Broadway. Oakland. -
fflM^OO MUSI' BE SOLD; LARGE HOUSE;
*$)^* V/ U. 10 rooms and bath: large barn plen-
ty of fruit and flowers: sunny side of street; lot 82
X 150; well worth $7500: electric-cars one block:
aristocratic neighborhood; the best- buy in. Oak-
land to-day. GRAY NAISMITH, 463 Ninth St.,
Oakland. - ... -_ v . ;
OTS FROM $75 UPWARD. SNET&INGJER &
XJ CARROLL, Fruitvale Station.'
BROADWAY, PRINCIPAL BUSINESS
street of Oakland : lot 25x125 ; : price $400
only; $25 cash, balance $10 per month. WM.M.
DE WOLF, 1050 Broadway, Oakland.
TF YOU WANT A PRETTY ; HOME AT YOUR
X own price call and see Harmon's 5, and 7 room
houses at Lorin station; will take payment half
cash or by installments.' E. D. HARMON, 1627
Woolsey St., Lorin station. ' • ..-..-.■..
"©ThA LOTS NEAR LOCAL TRAINS AND
tiP XOU. streetcars for sale on small weekly or
monthly installments: buy a home and save your
earnings. It. B. PINNEY. 802 Broadway, Oakland.
OAKLAND STORES TO LET.
IN OAKLAND. ' .
Two stores-, may be used jointly or separately,
choicest location; already fitted up for dry goods,
furnishing, millinery or such lines.
Inquire 1105 Broadway, Oakland.
OAKLAND BOOMS AND HOUSES.
TT AN lSs6^E7/f~Fi[JRNISHED^HOU iSfT FOR
XX rent in Oakland for the summer; 7 rooms and
bath; splendid location; cheap to responsible par-
ties. Address J. H. W., 521 Twelfth st., Oakland.
TT'LATS OF, 4 AND 6 NICELY FURNISHED
X I rooms for housekeeping; also small houses from
$6 to $7; others, with bath, etc., $10 and $12:
live-room flats, lot, and cold water, rent $10 to
$12: all in East, Oakland. Apply MRS. VIN-
CENT, 527 Park aye. * -
; ALAMEDA v KKAU ESTATE. "
JD and station; streets improved and sewered.
$2250— 550 cash, $25 monthly: 30x100; cottage,
1 rooms and bath. ■ ' .■ •- •■.-..» ■•■ ,
$2400— cash, $20 monthly; 37:6x100: cot-
tage, 5 rooms and bath. , -> ,
$3260— 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— cash, $35 monthly: 37x120; hand-
some new cottage, 8 rooms and bath.
■ Houses to rent from 810 up. ;
Open Sunday and holidays. y
MARCUSE & BEMMEL,
Bay-street station, Alameda, and 628 Market St.,
..■> San Francisco. ' .' ". 'm-
IF YOU WANT •_.-•■•■■ '-• " - — ~~
- A GOOD, SUBSTANTIAL AND STYLISH
te-| . . -^ '■ : HOME «■• -•::■- &< ■•
CALL ON THE OLD BUILDING FIRM OF
A. R. DENKE, WEBSTER STREET.
ALA3IEDA BOOMS AND HOUSES.
F" OR RENT— ONE I'-'YEAB , - OR LESS, " 875^
elegantly furnished 8-room house, Morton Sta-
tion. 48 Market, r, 1. or 1625 Dayton ay., Alameda.
/. BERKELEY KEAJI. ESTATE.
WNER IN TBOTJBLE ; MTJST~SELL; A PoiT-
tive ; bargain; house of 7 rooms: lot 50x185 ;
sunny side of street; want san offer. JOS. J.
MASON, Dwight way station, Berkeley. . ...- •■■.-,'' .
HE PRETTIEST COTTAGE IN ALAMEDA
X County ; thoroughly well built ; street work done ;
sunny side of street; near the university, and in an
orchard; at a bargain. ■ JOS. ,• J. MASON, Dwight
way station, Berkeley.' ■■■■■■■■-■ -\. :■,_■-,
THOU SALE— HOUSE 7 ROOMS, ALCOVE AND
-I. bath; modern conveniences; lot 100x135. In-
quire in shoestore, Dwight way station, Berkeley.
_L— ._-_ PIANOS. VIOLINS, ETC.
ELEUANT? " "UPRIGHT" 'PIANO. .NEARLY
new, at a bargain. Storage warehouse, 211
Larkin st. . - : ; -. ■ . . ■ .
ONEY CAN BE SAVED AT OUR BAR-
- gain-room; this week a very elegant upright
piano; tone, case, action just right; price just right
also: only $210: it's a snap; original price was
much more; uprights $65 up; squares 525 up-
THE J. DEWING COMPANY, 2d floor Flood bldg.
BARGAIN— UPRIGHT PIANO, f 80; WILL BE
sold at once. Room 21, Flood building.
SACRIFICE NOW BY OWNER— ELEGANT
O upright piano, 8180. Room 10. 809 Market st.
<g>-] Op: EASTERN PIANO; ALMOST NEW;
<P-i-^it/» $5 installments. 221 Leavenworth St.
G1 EORGE F. WELLS, SOLE AGENT FOR THE
VJ Mathushek pianos;- sold on very easy install-
ments; pianos rented. 1360 Market st,. -
A N EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY— PIANOS
.a. sold upon a new rent-contract plan; please call
and have it explained ; the easiest terms ever
offered for procuring a One piano; fall-size pew up-
rights from .I*l6o upward. SHERMAN, CLAY &.
CO., corner Kearny and sinter sts.
GREAT BARGAINS IN SECOND-HAND Pl-
anos at SHERMAN, CLAY & CO. 'fc>, cor. Kear-
ny and Sutter scs.
VASY TERMS; LOW PRICEa KuHLF.R dfc
SU CHASE. .
XTIEW ELEGANT UPRIGHTS, STANDARD
J? makes, almost new, halt original cost- see at
once. F. W. SPENCER & CO., 721 Market St.
BYRON MAUZY, 808 POST ST.— SOHMER,
Newby & Evans. Briggs and other pianos.
QTEINWAY UPRIGHT: SLIGHTLY USED-
k? grand tone; half-cost. SPENCER, 721 Market!
QUPERIOR VIOLINS, ZITHERS, OLD ANEW,
1-3 H. MULLER. maker, repairer. 2 Latham place.
<2>(i(\ FRENCH UPRIGHT; $165 WEBER
*\p\j\J. upright square pianos from $50 upward,
easy terms. Fay's Piano Factory, 1729 Mission st.
WM. G. BADGER, WITH KOHLER& CHASE
26, 28 and 30 O'Farrell st.
HARP BY SEBASTIAN ERARD; DOUBLE
action and elegantly Unshod: is found with
difficulty anywhere: a nice selection is at present
exhibited by SHERMAN, CLAY & CO.
STECK, CHICKERING * SON VOSE AND
Sterliug pianos sold on $10 Installments. BENJ.
CURTAZ & SON, BOie agents, 16-20 O'Farrell st.
2 SECOND-HAND UPRIGHTS, ' WITH OUR
guarantee: $125 each. MAUVAIS.769 Market.
HOME INDUSTRY— HEMME A LONG PIANO
CO., 340 Post; pianos sold on Installments;
send for illustrated catalogue.
A BETTER AND EASIER PLAN TO BUY A
good piano by renting. Be careful to go to
KOIIUER & CHASE'S, 28 and 30 O'Farrell st.
DECKER BROS., STEIN WAY, FISCHER AND
XJ other first-class makes of pianos: little used;
cheap .for cash or on easy terms. KOHLER &
CHASE, 28 and 30 O'Farr«ll st. ■
(CHEAPEST ANiTbE3T~IN AMERICA— THE
\J WEEKLY CALL, sent to any address In the
L nited States or Canada one year for $1 60, post-
TRUSTEES' SALES. ~~
rjIRUSTEES 1 ' SALE— IN AC<SoI^AI?CE^WrTH
-L the terms and under the authority- of
a certain deed of trust, duly executed by W. M.
MORGAN, party of the lirst part, to HENRY
C. CAMPBELL and THADDEUS B. KENT, trus-
tees, parties of the second part, and the SAN
FRANCISCO SAVINGS UNION, party of
the third part, dated November 23, ISBB, and re-
corded in the office of the County Recorder of the
county of Solauo, State of California, in Liber 6 of
Trust Deeds, at pages 81 and following- and in
pursuance of a resolution passed on the 25th day
of April, 1895, by the Board, of Directors of
said SAN FRANCISCO SAVINGS UNION, a cor-
poration, and the holder of the note (No. 9047), to
secure payment of which the aforesaid deed of
trust was executed, declaring that default had
been made In the payment of the principal sum
and other sums, due under said note and deed of
trust, and requesting and directing said HENRY
C. CAMPBELL and THADDEUS B. KENT, trust-
ees, to sell the real estate described therein to sat-
isfy said indebtedness.
We, HENRY C. CAMPBELL and THAD-
DEUSB. KENT, trustees, do hereby give notice,
that on TUESDAY, the 18th day of June, A. D.
1895, at 12 o'clock M.of that day, and at the auction
salesroom of ASTON, ELDRIDGE & CO., No.
638 Market street, In the City and County of San
Francisco, State of California, we will sell at public
auction to the highest bidder, for cash in gold coin
of the United States, all that piece or parcel of
land situate in the county of Solano, State of Cali-
fornia, described as follows, to wit:
According to the official plats and system of sur-
veys of the Government of the United States:
In township six (6) north, range one (1) west,
Mount Diablo base and meridian:
Of section one (1), the northwest quarter (NW.
14) : containing one hundred and sixty (160) acres
Together with the appurtenances.
TERMS OF SALE— Cash in gold coin of the
United States; ten per cent payable to the under-
signed on the fall of the hammer; balance on de-
livery of deed and If not so paid, unless for want
of title (ten days being allowed for search), then
said ten per cent to be forfeited and the sale to be
void. Acts of sale at purchaser's expense. ,
HENRY C. CAMPBELL, \ „,, ,„.
THADDEUS B. KENT. / Trustees.
/-IHT3APEST AND BEST IN AMERICA— THJS
\J WEEKLY CALL, sent to any address in the
United States or Canada one year for $1 50, post-
age free. ■ .■-'.■ ■ ~
. Licenses to marry were granted yesterday as
Thomas A. Ley and Jennie Davis, 46—32.
Peter Larnold and Maria V. Harrington, 24—22.
Ole Bye and Lizzie Gangloff, 33— m -
Leon Conrtel and Amelia Bonly, 37—28.
S. W. McGavran and Mary E. Manning, 27—20.
W. R. Brenner and Mary F. Brown, — 43.
Matthew.H. Ryan and Alice C. Mcßride, 38—26.
v G. S. Bachocevich and A. Turcenovich, 27 — 26.
Mary Mcßride from Dennis Mcßride, for cruelty,
by Judge Hebbard. Plaintiff allowed $25 a month
Julia Morgan from H. S. Morgan, for neglect, by
Judge Troutt. Custody of child awarded to plain-
M. E. Murray from John E. Murray, for neglect,
by Judue Troutt.
[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.]
.';■')■::. BORN. ;*/•,«'-•
INGHAM— In this city, June 11, 1895, to the wife
- of R. L. Ingham, a son. . i ■ -'
KLIPSTEIN— In this city, June 17, 1895, to the
wife of R. E. F. Klipsteln, a daughter.
KEMME— this city, June 17, 1895, to the wife
of Henry Kemme, a daughter.
SCnLANKEIt — In San Luis Oblspo, May 13,
1896, to the wife of S. E. Schlanker, a daughter.
SCHEIN— In this city, June 13, 1895. to the wife of
L. Schein, a son. '
VANING— In San Rafael, June 4, 1895, to the wile
of William Vaning, a son. . ■. .
ANFINDSEN— ELICKSEN— In this city, June 18,
1895, by the Rev. J. Fuendeling, Ole AnGndseu
and Emma Elioksen.
DREYFUS— THURSTON— In this city, June 17,
1895, .by the Rev. J. Fuendeling, Emlle Dreyfus
and Sadie Thurston.
! AHRENS-ZANDER— In this city, June 16, 1895,
: by the Rev. J. Fuendeling, Wtlken Ahrens and
Auguste Zander. .
HOLLIN— FINK— In this city, June 13, 1896, by
the Rev. J. Fuendeling, August E. Hollln and
MUSCIO— GIANNINI— In this city, June 11, 1895,
by the Rev. Father Valentine. Joseph Mushio of
Olema, Marin County, Cal., and Josephine Gtan-
nini of San Francisco.
, Aubry, Catherine Hanlfen, Dennis
. Boyd, James A. liegeman, Louise H.
Carter, William H. Hansell, Sarah M.
Carter, Joseph H. Kofod, Hans Peter
. Carroll, James . Marshall, Henrietta T.
Callahan, Patrick Marsh. Annie R.
' Cobleigb. John L. Moorhead, Robert
Dwyer, Lawrence Norton, Malachi J.
i Dickey. Amelia Olsen, John
t De Lamat«r, Marvin H. Orr, Phoebe
Dunbar, Emily J. O'Brien, John T. ' ;
'Duncan, Annie M. Pullen, Mrs. Charitp
• Donovan, George M. Quigley. Ann ■
Fletcher, Henry Rebstock, Adolph
Fogg, George Read. Emma 11.
Gallagher, Mrs. Charles Jordan, Maud A.
Gallagher, Mrs. Annie Kellerman, Isaac S. .
AUBRY— In this city, June 17, 1896, at 143 Chat-
tanooga street, Catherine, beloved wife of Francis
O. Aubry, and mother of Mrs. John B. Martin,
Charles P. Stanley and Charles B. and Edmoud
8 E. Aubry, a native of England, aged 74 years 11
months and 3 days.
BOYD— In this city, June 17, 1895, James A.,
dearly beloved and only son of John and Mary I.
. Boyd and brother of Mrs. Jennie A. Pemy, a
native of San Francisco, aged 31 years 6 months
and 2 days. • ■■-■■■■
t&T Notice of funeral hereafter.
CARTER— In this city, June 16, 1895, Joseph
Henry, beloved son of John Carter, and brother
of James E. Carter, a native of San Francisco
aged ?7 years 1 month and 27 days. ■■■■■'■:
49* Friends and acquaintances and members
of Court Columbia No. 7770, A. O. F. of A,, are
respectfully invited to attend the funeral THIS
DAY (Tuesday), at 2 o'clock p. m., from the
funeral parlors of McGinn Bros., 31 Eddy street.
Interment Laurel Hill Cemetery. __
CARTER— In this city, June 16, 1895, William
Harry, beloved father of William, Harry and
i Eddie Carter, Mrs. William J. Hensley and Mrs.
Thomas Dlgnan, a native of .Warrentown. Va.
aged 68 years. ■ ■ / -. ■>. -. ' '
JBar Friends - ana acquaintances ■ are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Tuesday), rat 3 o'clock p. m., from the under-
taking parlors of Charles J. B. Metzler, 636
Washington street. Interment I. O. O. F. Ceme-
tery. ■.. .■■"■■ ': ■'' -• • _:. '.-,•.. .
CARROLL— An anniversary requiem mass will be
offered up for the repose of the soul of the late
James Carroll, TO-MORROW (Wednesday), at 9
: o'clock a. m.. at St.. Mary's Cathedral. Friends
; are requested to attend.
CALLAHAN— this city, 1 June 17, 1893, Patrick,
beloved husband of Delia Callahan, ana father of
John and Michael Callahan, a native of the parish
of Buttervant, County Cork. Ireland, aged 62
years. I New York papers please copy.] . .
XsTFriends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral .TO-MORROW
(Wednesday), at 9 o'clock a. m., from bis late
residence. 1214 Broadway, thence to St. Bridget's -
Church, where a requiem high mass will b«
celebrated for the repose of his soul, commeniug
at 9:30 o'clock a. m. Interment Holy Cross
COBLEIGH— In this city. June 16. 1895, John L.,
beloved husband of Mary K. Coblelgh, and father
of Mrs. J. Love, and grandfather of Mabel Love,
a native of New Hampshire, aged 69 years and
' JKS"The funeral will take place THIS DAY
(Tuesday), at 2:30 o'clock p. m., from his late resi-
dence, 1714 Clay street. Interment private.
DONOVAN— this city, June 17, 1895, George
Matthew, beloved son of George M. and Annie
Donovan, a native of San Francisco, aged 5
months and 17 days.
DWYER— this city. June 16, 1895, Lawrence,
husband of the late Margaret Dwyer, and father
of Lawrence J., Annie and Lizzie Dvryer, a native
of Cashel, County Tipperary, Ireland, aged 65
43"Friends and acquaintances are resnecc-
fully invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Tuesday), at 8:45 o'clock a. m.. from his late
residence, 1020 1 , ■•> Alabama street, thence to St.
Peter's Church, where a requiem high mass will
be celebrated for the repose of his soul, commenc-
ing at 9 o'clock a. it. interment Holy Cross Cem-
etery. . •
DICKEY— In Haywards, June 12, 1895, Amelia,
beloved wife of J. R. Dickey, a native of New
York State, aged 72 years 8 months and 10 days.
JSyFriends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Tuesday), at 2 o'clock p. m.. from Calvary Church,
corner of Geary and Powell streets. Intermen:
DE LAMATER— In Oakland, June 16, 1895, Mar-
vin H., beloved husband of Deborah de Lamater,
and father of Edgar A. de Lamater, a native of
Deruyter, Madison County, N. V., aged 65 years
9 months and 21 days.
JtS~Friends are respectfully Invited to attend
the funeral THIS DAY (Tuesday), at 2 o'clock
p. m., from the residence of his son, 539 Thirty-
third street, Oakland, tinder the auspices of Cali-
fornia Lodge No. 1, F. and A.' M. Interment
Mountain View Cemetery. ;.: ; ; v;-
K. of The members of Metropolitan Lodge No.
24, K. of P., are requested to attend the funeral
of Brother M. H. de Lamater, Thirty-third street,
near Telegraph avenue. Oakland. Take 12:30
O'clock P.M. boat. G. DIXSON, C. C.
DUNBAR— In Oakland, June 16. 1895, Emily J.
. Dunbar, a native of Kentucky, aged 71 years.
DUNCAN— this city, June 16. 1895, Annie M.
Duncan, a native of Randolph, Mass.
FOGG— In Stockton, June 15, 1895, George Fogg,
a native of Unity. Me., aged 57 years.
glf-Frlends are respectfully Invited to view
the remains at the parlors of H. C. Porter & Co.,
122 Eddy street. Interment Unity, Me.
FLETCHER— In this city. June 16, 1895, Henry,
beloved husband of Charlotte Fletcher, and father
■ of Mrs. Thomas Wilson and Mrs. O. H. Hickie,
a native of England, aged 63 years. [Chicago
papers please copy, j
JB3" Friends and acquaintances are rest>ect-
fully invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Tuesday), at 2:30 o'clock p. m.. from his late
residence, 948% Harrison street. Interment
GALLAGHER— In this city, June 16, 1895, Mrs.
• Annie, beloved wife of the late Charles Gallagher.
a native of New York, agud 66 years.
43" Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral THIS DAT
(Tuesday), at 9:30 o'clock a. m.. from the par-
lors of Peterson & Gantner, 8 and lv City Hall
square, thence to St. Joseph's Church, corner of
Tenth and Howard streets, for services. Inter-
ment Mount Calvary Cemetery.
GALLAGHER— In this city, June 16, 1895, Mrs.
Charles Gallagher, beloved wife of the late Charles
Gallagher, a native of New York, aged 66 years.
£3"Frlend3 and acquaintance!! are reswet-
fully invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Tuesday), at 9:30 o'clock a. m.. from the par-
lors of Petersen & Gantner, 8 and 10 City Hall
. square, thence to St. Joseph's . Church, corner
Tenth and Howard streets, for services. Inter-
ment Mount Calvary Cemetery.
HEGEMAN— In Fruitvale, June 16, 1895. Louise
Harold liegeman, a native of Glen Cove, L. 1.,
aged 74 years 2 months and '25 days.
HANIFEN— In this city, June 16, 1895, Dennis
II ami eu. aged 68 years.
HANSELL— In this city, June 16, 1895, Sarah M.
Hansell (nee Parrott), beloved wife of William L.
Hansel], and mother of John i... Sarah M. and
Bertha L. Hansell and Mrs. K. A. Submit/., a na-
tive of Buffalo, N. V., ■ aged 42 years and 8
a^fFriencls and acquaintance* art» respe;!-
fully invited to attend the funeral TO-MORROW
(Wednesday), at 2 o'clock p. m., from her hue resi-
dence, 2924 Octavia street. Interment Laurel
Hill Cemetery. .;.*■*
JORDAN— In this city. June 17, 1895, Maud
Annie,- beloved daughter of James and Mary
Jordan, a native Of San Francisco, aged 9 months.
KELLERMAN— In this city. June 17, 1895, Isaac
S. Kellerman, a native of Thomastou, Me., aged
KOFOD— In this city, June 16, 1«95, Hans Peter
Kofod, beloved brother of Mrs. P. Rinse, Cnristlan
ana Martin A. Kofod, a native of Bornholm, Den-
mark, aged 32 years and 3 months, a member of
the Grand Lo.lge of the Danish society Dania
and the Danish society Danla No. 2 and Norden.
09* Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral TO-MORROW
(Wednesday), at 2 o'clock p. m., from St.
George's Hall. 909 Market street, under the
auspices of Dania No. 2. Remains at the parlors
of Peterson <& Gantner, 8 and 10 City Hall
square. Interment I. O. O. F. Cemetery.
MOORHEAD— In this city, June 16,' 1895, Robert,
beloved son of Ann and the late James Moor-
head and brother of Jennie Moorhead, a native
of San Francisco, aged 23 years.
Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral TO-MORROW
(Wednesday), at 10 o'clock a. m., from the par-
lors of Carew & English, 19 Van Ness avenue,
near Market street. Interment Mount Calvary
MARSHALL— In Oakland. June 13, 1895, Henri-
etta T. Marshall.
Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Tuesday), at 3 o'clock p. m.. from St. Paul's
Episcopal Church, corner Fourteenth and Har-
rison streets, Oakland. Interment private. .
MARSH— In Callstoga, June 15, 1895, Annie
■R., beloved wife of Joseph Marsh, and beloved
. daughter of -Mr. and Mrs. John H. Donzelmann,
and sister of Ullle, Minnie, Fred and Willie Don-
zelmann and Mrs. L. Konarens, a native of San
. Francisco, Cal., aged 31 years. [New York Her-
ald please copy.]
X^Frlends and acquaintances are respect-
folly invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Tuesday), at 8:45 o'clock a.m., from the Six-
teenth-street Depot, Oakland. Interment Moun-
. tain View Cemetery. , , .
NORTON— In this city, June 14, 1895, Malachi
■J. Norton, a native of Ireland, aged 62 years. •
Friends are respectfully Invited to attend
the funeral THIS DAY (Tuesday), at 1:30
o'clock p. m., from the funeral parlors of James
. McMenomey <& Son, 1057 Mission street. Inter-
ment Mount Calvary Cemetery^
OLSEN— In this city, June 16, 1895, John Olseri,
| a native of Sweden, aged 46 years. • ' ■'..■•■
£*~Friends and acquaintances and members of
Court Seal Rock No. 7757, A. (>. F. of A., are re-
SDectfully invited to attend the funeral THIS
DAY (Tuesday), at 1 o'clock p. m.. from St.
George's Hall, 909 Market street. Interment
Laurel Hill Cemetery. Remains at the parlors of
Theodor Dierks, 957 Mission street, between Fifth
ORR— lnthlscity, June 15, 1895, Phoebe, beloved
wife of Andrew Orr, and mother of Mrs. Media
Maestretti and Herbert . Orr, a native of Liver-
pool, England, aged 48 years 4 months and 22
days. . . .;: v . . ,
O'BRIEN— this city, June 17, 1895, John T.,
beloved brother of Frank O'Brien and Mrs. M.
Aregger, a native of San Francisco, aged 32
PULLEN— In East Oakland, June 16, 1895, Mrs.
Chsrlty,- widow of the late George Pullen, and
beloved mother oi Mrs. W. H. Blosser, Mrs. J.
Tyrrel, Mrs. J. W. Laymance and George Pullen,
a native of New York State, aged 84 years.
[Michigan papers please copy.] t -
JOS" Friends ' and acquaintances .are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Tuesday), at 3 o'clock p. m.. at the resi-
r dence of her daughter, M rs. J. W. Laymance, 963
Fifth avenue, East Oakland. Interment Hollis-
ter, San Benlto County, Wednesday, June 19.
QUIGLEY— In this city, June 17, 1895, Ann Qnls-
ley, beloved mother of Mrs. Ann Molloy, and
grandmother of Mrs. E. Connolly, Ma?irie, Mamie,
Daniel, James and lii • late John W. Molloy, a na-
tive of County Donegal, Ireland, aged 91 years.
[Jersey papers please copy.]
»- Friend .s and acquaintances are respect-
fully invltea to attend the funeral TO-MORROW
(Wednesday), at 8:30 o'clock a. m., from her late
residence, 239 Thirteenth street, thence to St.
Joseph's Church, where a solemn requiem
mass will be celebrated for the repose of her soul,
commencing at 9 o'clock a. m. Interment Holy
REBSTOCK— In Raymond, June, 15, 1895, Adolnh
Rebstock, a native of Wurtamberg, Germany,
aged 47 years. , . ,
READ— In Oakland, June 16, 1895, Emma H.,
mother of Walter C. Read, a native of Pennsyl-
vania, ai;ed 56 years 8 months and 4 days.
jJS"Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral THLs DAY
(Tuesday), at 11 o'clock a. m.. from the resi-
dence of her son, Chetwood street, near Perry.
Oakland Heights. Interment private.
m UNITED UNDERTAKERS' I
Everything Requisite for First-class funerals
■■■.. at Reasonable Rates.
_ Telephone 3167. 27 and 29 Fifth street.
McAVOY & CALLACHER, I "
FUNERAL DIRECTORS * EMBALM j
SO Fifth St., Opp. Lincoln School. -
BAS^IcMTNOiIKYT*™" ™" <has. McMknomky.
JA3IES JIeMJENOMISY * SOX,
DNIIEKTAKEKS AND EMKAL.MERS,
1057 Mission Street, Near Seventh. -
Telephone No. 3854. • - - -
JAS. ENGLISH. T. R. CAREW.
C.4RKW « ENGLISH,
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS,
' FUNERAL DIRECTORS,
l» Van New aye., near Market St., San Francises.
Telephone 8166. N. B.— Not connected with any
other house in this city. •
CYPRESS LAWN CEMETERY.
i laid out on the lawn plan; perpetual care; beau-
tiful, permanent and easy of access; - see it befora
buy a burial place elsewhere.
City Office. 8 City Hall Avenu*