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BUSINESS CHANCES. I
ROLL & Sbebg, 718 mabket^te ab
Third, sell or exchange businesses, furnished
bouses, orchards, vineyards, San Francisco, Ala-
meda and Oakland property; send particulars: all
applications for sales promptly attended to.
CfTnn ELEGANTLY FITTED UP CORNER
tjp i"U. saloon near Market st.; location best;
Investigate; departure. PROLL & BTKNBEBG,
719 Market St.
"CJT'?^ BRANCH BAKERY; STATIONERY,
O-L • O» living-rooms, furniture, splendid stock,
fixtures: Western Addition. PROLL & STEN-
BERG, 719 Market st.
"cfqAA RESTAURANT; BIG-PAYING
•_ tIUV'. place nvor large factory: hundreds of
regular boarders; crowded during meal hours; full
Investigation: sickness. PROLL & STENBERG,
719 Market St.
6CCA POPULAR SALOON; LOCATED
among wholesale business: bis hot and
cold lunch trade: selling account other business.
PROLL & STENBERG, 719 Marke^s^
HjQX A BARGAIN: REBTAI RANT IN
*2OO\J. shipping localities: retiring from busi-
ness. PROLL & STENBEKG.7I9 Market St.
Q^^nn FRUIT-POULTRY, WITH LIVING
tjOKJyJ. room; Western addition: selling account
departure. PROLL & STENBERG. 719 Market st.
PARTNER IN HOME RESTAURANT. LOCA-
X located among factories: big dinner trade: apply
at' once: assistance wanted. PROLL & STEN-
BERG, 719 Market st.
SACBIFICE— MUST SELL: FANCY AND
O staple grocery; centrally located: doing good
business; receipts $40 daily; rent low. PROLL,
STENBERG <fc CO., 719 Market st.
A LOON FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN IF
O taken this week; owner has other business that
requires attention: investigate. PROLL, STEN-
BERG it CO., 719 Market st.
(ttl . ,„, CORNER GROCERY. BAB; WEST-
iJpXOv/v". em addition of Market; fine stock,
fixtures: established family trade. PROLL <£
BTENBERG. 719 Market.
ESTABLISHED PRINTING AND NEWSPA-
per plant in prospering country town near San
Frai Cisco: controls largest elation. For par-
ti cularsspe PROLL «fc SIENBERG. 719 Market.
TO BELL OR BUY ANY KIND BUSINESS,
apply HEALY & CO., 'J3 Kearny st.
Q A, TEA AND COFFEE ROUTE, HORSE
0 — O\J. and wagon, 200 customers: can be in-
creased; call to-day. HEALY, 23 Kearny st.
KTtTT WOOD AND COAL YARD; 8 STALLS.
01 It), bone and wagon; rent only *7: near
Mission and Fourth. HEALY, 28 Kearny st.
G9nn BRANCH BAKERY: TABLE DELI-
»_ — UU. cades; furniture four rooms Included.
HEALY, 23 Kearny st.
"r. QAA SALOON, •■ '\ ! FURNISHED: FULL
v »)\'v'. value In stock: rent $30: first-class lo-
catlon. WILKE, '-'35 Kearny, room 4.
C 1 mil - LOON — KEPT BY PRESENT
I i" . owner lor years, with billiard and
. pooltnliles: very cood location; must be seen to be
appreciated. WILKE, 235 Kearny, room 4.
tdlH BAKERY; ALL COUNTER TRADE:
UU v. lerce ■ re: 8 She ovens: good location:
gurirantppii daily sales, $15: cood chance for coffee-
parlor. BARRETT <£ CO. >■■'<■ _. Market st.
( '-/k FIHSTH;LASS SALOON; BEST COR-
KjyJOyJ. nerincity: elegant fixtures; costly safe;
rash register cost $225: low rent; receipts, $15
per day." BARRETT & CO.. 865V 2 Market st.
PACIFIC COAST AGENCY FOR A STAPLE
article used in all groceries; offer wanted: will
stand full investigation; for sale or exchange.
WOOD * CO., 917 Market st.
OOXA BARGAIN: FRUITSTORE: PROMI-
«_ .)»JV/. nent corner; low rent; horse and wagon.
1. C. SCHABFF, 18 Post st.
RNISHED HOTEL (BOARDING-HOUSK),
X 50 rooms, 30 boarders, for sale cheap: a good
opportunity for an active man. Particulars of
WILLIAM UOELSCHER & CO., NW. cor. Turk
ASI DESIRE TO RETIRE FROM BUSINESS
XX I frill sell my stock of general merchandise at
rost. Apply to WILLIAM. WADSWORTH, Rio
ISA — A DELICATESSEN STORE
with side bar: cheap rent; lons lease. Apply to
WELLMAN, PECK A CO., 201 Market st.
p OOD CORNER GROCERY: HORSE, WAGON:
vl flat, 5 rooms, upstairs: rent $20; bargain, 2
Merritt St., cor. Hattie, off Eighteenth, abv. Castro.
RANCH BAKERY, NOTIONS: 1 INK
trade; 3 rooms furnished; bargain. 521 Fourth.
S" HOESHOP FOR SALE AT A SACRIFICE?
Inquire at 2925 Washington st.
ROCKKY AND BAR — ESTABLISHED 25
vJT years; good reason for selling. Apply Wieland's
"\ I * A N TED— MAN OR LADY WITH SMALL
" capital for good business In every county of
California. 1001 Market St., room 1.
TIT' ANTED — TO PURCHASE OR RENT A
'» blacksmith-shop with tools complete, or would
purchase tools alone. 1929 Magnolia St., Oakland.
"PARTNER FOR CHICKEN RANCH: LADY
X preferred. Address B. c, box 44, this office.
'U'OR CANDY STORE. 350 THIRD ST
OK r»ALK-«rKA^rr srnrrHEns' dimxg-
room. corner Seventh and Mission; must be
sold within two days fora bargain, on account of
leaving the city: come and see for yourself; free
of rent, water and gas, etc.. with lease.
I ''OP. SALE— A NOTION AND DRY GOODS
X store at North Beach. Box 120, Call. .
CORNER GROCERY AND BAR, STOCK AND
fixtures. Apply this office.
A I ./|||| LARGE CORNER GROCERY
J-— UU. no agents. 1 Kentucky pi., nr. Napa.
STT^Ti AN OLD-ESTABLISHED NOTION
Luv/. store at transfer corner; 3 sunny rooms. :
W. S., box 100, Call Office.
FAN PRODUCE STORE FOR SALE
x cheap. A -ply 206 Lf avenwonb st.
Man" WITH CAPITAL TO TAKE interest
in cash business; rare chance for right man.
Address Capital, box 130, Call.
/Combination billiard and pool ta-
\J ble. 11 Pacific st.
AJEJIT, PAYING HOME BAKERY; BENT
-i-> $12; cheap. Apply Call Office.
OUTCHEK - SHOP AND A STORE;
XJ cheap: good business; owner cannot attend to
both. Call 122 Taylor st.
CIGAR BUSINESS FOB SALE: WHOLESALE
and retail: established 13 years; price, $1500 to
52C00. according to stock. Apply Call agent, 524
X st., Sacramento.
pESTAUKANT; FINE LOCATION; CASE OF
J.t must sell on account of sickness. 339 Hayes.
CEB BRANCH BAKERY, CANDY, NO-
\J tions and tobacco store for sale. 2401 Mission
ELL-KNOWN CORNER SALOON ("LILY").
' > Fell and Stanyan, Golden Gate Park.
QOAAA A FIRST-CLASS WHOLESALE
*JO\J\J\J. and retail liquor business: established
20 years; no night or Sunday work: pood reasons
for selling; no agents. Address W. H., box 104,
1 .'iiice. ;
QALOON AND EIGHT FURNISHED ROOMS;
p will take a fair offer. 232 First st. I
p OOD OPPORTUNITY: PARTNER WANTED
*J in a business established since 1862: capital
r-'juired, about $50,000. Address A. T., P. O. box
"Q A LOON AND GROCERY FOR SALE:
10 rent taken out in trade. 717 Davis st.
PI FOR SCHOOL FURNITURE AND
platform Scales— Sealed proposals will be re-
cflved by the Superintendent of Common Schools in
open session of the Board of Education. New City
Hall, on Tliursday.July 18, 1895.at 12 o'clock M.. tor
supplying said board with 60, more or less. 4U()-ib.
platform sculfs, and single combination desks and
seats, all necessary sizes, with rear seats to match,
in lots of 500, and for rear seats In lots of 1000,
when needed during the present fiscal year.
Samples ot scales and articles of furniture offered
must be sent to the office of the Board of Educa-
tion. New City Hall, up to 4 o'clock p. m. on Wed-
nrsday, July 17, 1895, after which hour no samples
will be received. •-\ :■■■ .
Each bid must be accompanied by a certified
check in the sum of $250, made payable to the
order of the secretary of the Board of Education,
conditioned that if the proposal be accepted and
the contract awarded and if the bidder shall fail or
neglect to execute ■ written agreement and give
the bonds required within six days after the award
is made, then and in that case said check shall be
forfeited to the said Board of Education. The
board reserves the right to reject any or all bids, or
any portion of any bid, as the public good may re-
quire. Blank proposals will be famished by the
si-cretary on application. The parties to whom
contracts are awarded will be required, prior to or
at the time of the execution of the contracts, to pay
their proportion of the cost of advertising this
notice. GEORGE BEANSTON, Secretary.
PROPOSALS FOR MOVING AND ENLAKG-
■*• ixic a school building— Sealed proposals will ba
rec.-ived by the Superintendent of Common Schools,
in op< n session of the Board of Education, new
City Hall, on Thursday, July 18, 1895, at 12 o'clock
M -. for moving the Sntro School building from
Nineteenth avenue, near Point Lobos avenue, to
the school lot on Twelfth avenue, between Clement
and California streets, and for enlarging and lifting
up said building, in accordance with plans and
specifications at the office of CHAS. I. HAVENS,
architect of the board, room 65, Flood building,
corner Fourth and Market streets.
GEORGE BEA NSTON. Secretary.
\'"l ice " TO "CREDITORS.— BSTATB~oS
-L> SUSAN E. KEBBY, deceased. Notice Is here-
by given by the undersigned, administrator of the
estate of Hi >AN i;. KJSRBY, deceased, to the
creditors of, and all persons having claims against,
the said deceased, to exhibit them with the neces-
sary vouchers within ten (10) month 3 after the
first publication of this notice, to the said adminis-
trator, at his office, room 4, Phelan building. San
Francisco, the same being his place for the tran-
Baciion of the business of the said estate in the City
and County of San Francisco, state of California.
Administrator of the estate of SUSAN E.
KKRi;'-. , deceased.
Dated at San Francisco, June 19, 189».
MY KICK & DEEItING. attorneys tor Adminis-
trator. 14 Sangome st. -...■.._
1 i '< rKTTMXTISM , NEURALGIA, GOU T-s i» k-
■*-l> cial attention to these diseases. ■ J. A. McDON-
Al 1 1 M.D.. 1236 Market St., 2t04,7t0 8 P. m. -
A HOME, AFRIKND AND MOTHER'S CARE.
*A- MRS. DR. I'UNKJS, 1416 Eighth St., Alameda.
LODGING-HOUSES FOB SALE. ■
mo BUY OR SELL A LODGING-HOUSE
1 quick for cash see GUS STRAND, 45 Third st!
$275. K hAT OF 5 ROOMS. AND BATH-
™in •.^; C H cap , I F t: well * ar ™shed: great bar.
? f r,Mr e ,K2, r r ture: m «st sellthis weetf;
see STRAND <fc TUTTLE, 45 Third st.
$600 0 *! 88 OF 13' WELL-FURNISHED
f wv '• rooms and bath; navsweli- urenf har-
gain. STRAND & TUTTLeJS > Th!rd if*
WHO WANTS THIS? 10 ROOMS: -O'FAR-
MonrgomeVy.* 300 - SM^'S, 602 Market, cor.
TfV l^?, 01^ O 01 "*** HOUSE: RENT $200.
'V, JO-room corner house: mice $800. 30-room
house: clearing $200; cost $j>000: $1800. Before
buying, selling or exchanging go to
TBAVEBS * LAMB, 512 California st.
$950 M )!^ IX »:-"»>1-SK, CORNER BAY-
-32». « i l ndow; modern improvements: 12
rooms finely furnished; cheap on account of sick-
ness: no agents. 3 Everett st., corner Third.
A ! Ist BE ? OLD ON ACCOUNT OF DEATi£-
-'i Lodging-house; full house. 115 Second st.
ATE.WLY FURNISHED 7-ROOM HOUSE;
-L^ cheap. 617 Jones st., near Post.
")() !: OU> J S: "'i'KltMs REASONABLE. 222%
*J\J lourth st., corner I.?hama.
T> UTTER FIELD (WILLIAM),. AUCTIONEER:
bargains in lodging-houses. Crocker building.
FURNITURE Jb'Oß SALE.
T> E DROOM SET; DISHES^ SEWING^
XJ machine; bargain. 228 Seventh st.
TVio 1 ? 00^ SET, tll : PATENT TABLES
XJ $2 15; Roxbury Brussels, 75c laid; oilcloth,
.I°£i open evenings. SHIREK, 1310 Stockton st,
raT PRICES IN FURNITURE AND CARPETS
v. this week at McC ABE'S, 948-950 Mission st.
T> EDUCTIONS ON LARGE STOCK, NEW AND
-i- 1' second hand; 400 carpets, good as new, oil-
cloth, 25c; parlor suits, $19 up: linoleum, 45c;
/-piece chamber suits, $14 50; cornice-poles, 25c:
ranges, $8; cash or installments; goods shipped
free. T. H .NELSON, 126 Fourth st. ■-■■.:
HG. KRASKY, CARPETS. PICTURES,
• folding, iron beds, furniture; low prices; Cal.
stppladder mannfactd for the trade. 779 Mission.
■IJ sols, 75c. laid: linoleum, 40c; heavy oilcloth,
-<-'»■ - open evenings. Ml IREK. 1310-1312 Stockton.
YATIONAI, CABPET BEATING ANDBBNO-
■-i vating Works, HAMPTON A BAILY; layini?
and altering. 313-315 Guerrero; Tel. Mission 244.
CARPETS THOROUGHLY CLEANED AND
\J renovated same as new. S. FERGUSON &
CO., 23 Tenth st. Telephone number, south 38.
ITY STEAM CA HPET-BE ATING AND
CITY STEAM CARPET-BEATING AND
Renovating Works, 38 and 40 Eighth st. G. R.
STEVENS, manager. Telephone No., south 250.
WHEN YOU BECOME DISGUSTED WITH
» » poor work send to SPAULDING'S Pioneer Ca-
rpet Beating Works, 353-7 Tehama: tei. So-40.
ONKLIN'S CARPETBEATING WORKS. 333
CONKLTN'S CABPET BEATING WORKS. 333
Golden Gate aye. ; telephone east 126.
HE J. E. MITCHELL CARPET-CLEANING
THK .!. E. -MITCHELL CABPET-CLBANINa
Co. (mcorp.); old established carpet cleaning
machines; cleaning Sc yard. 230 14th, tel. 6074.
I MCQUEEN'S CARPET BEATING AND REN-
J . ovatine works. 453 Stevenson: tel. 3228.
PIANOS. VIOLINS, ETC.
LEG ANf^PRIGHT~GOOD "aTxEW, AT
MAUVAIS', 769 Market st.
BARGAINS IN NEW AND 2D-M AND PIANOS;
Hazelton, Brown «fc Simpson, Mozart, etc.: hard-
limes prices; installments. EATON, 735 Market, st.
Cj-A GOOD BOSEWOOD PI A O FOR HALE
«J)tJv/. on five installments. 221 Leavenworth.
VTICE UPRIGHT PIANO FOR PRACTICE;
xi price, $80; must be sold immediately. Room
12, 808 Market St.
e^'n UPRIGHT, GOOD AS NEW; LADY
tip^tJU. breaking up home and offers at great
sacrifice for cash. Room 10. Flood building.
L- 1■ i I [GHTS— W BE $215; SOHMER, $225.
HEINE, 40 O'Farrell st.
EORGE F. WELLS, SOLE AGENT FOR THE
; VJT Mathushek pianos; sold on very easy install-'
ments; pianos rented. 1360 Market st.
~ \ N EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY-PIANOS
-iTV. sold upon a new rent-contract plan; please call
and have i: explained . he easiest terms ever
offered for procuring a fine piano: full-size new up-
rights irom $150 upward. SHERMAN, CLAY &
CO., corner Kearny and Sutter sts.
BEAT BARGAINS IN SECOND-HAND PI-
VJT anos at SHERMAN, CLAY & CO. 'S, cor. Kear-
: ny and Si:t:tT sts.
EASY TERMS; LOW PRICES." KOHLER _;
FEW ~ ELEGANT UPRIGHTS, STANDARD
J makes, almost new, half original cost; see at
once. F. W. SPENCER & CO.. 721 Market su
Byron MAI/.V, 308 POST ST.— SOH3IER,
Newby <t Evans. Br!gE3 and other pianos.
QTEINWAY UPRIGHT; SLIGHTLY USED; |
O grand tone; half -cost. SPENCER, 721 Market.
QUPERIOR VIOLINS, ZITHERS, OLD «fc NEW.
O H. MULLER. maker, repairer. 2 Latham place.
"W.M. G. BADGER,' WITH KOHLSB A CHASE
M 86, 28 and 30 O'Farrell st.
HARP BY SEBASTIAN ERARD; DOUBLE
action and elegantly Unshed; Is found with
difficulty anywhere; a nice selection is at present
exhibited by SHERMAN, CLAY <fc CO.
STECK, CUICKKRING * SONS., VOSE AND
Sterling pianos sold on $10 installments. BENJ.
CUBTAZ 4 SON, sole agents, 16-20 O'Farrell st.
HOME INDUSTRY— HEMME & LONG PIANO
XI CO., 340 Post; pianos sold on Installments;
send for illustrated catalogue.
A BETTER AND EASIER PLAN TO BUY A
good piano by renting. Ec careful to CO to
KOHLER & CHASE'S, 28 and 30 O'FarreU st.
DECK-EB BROS., STEINWAY, FISCHER AND
XJ -other Brst-class makes of pianos: little used:
cheap -for cash or on easy terms. KOHLER &
CHASE. 28 and 30 O'Farrell st.
/CHEAPEST AND BEST IN AMERICA— THE
\J WEEKLY CALL, sent to any address in the
United States or Canada one year for $1 50, post-
»ge free. '
fTG^A^^rARES^^OIT SALE, 1400 POUNDS
0 each: age, 5 to 8. T. HACHAN, Hay wards aye.,
San Leandro, P. O. box 257.
lOR SALE— FINE HORSE AND BUGGY FOR
1 park. Can be seen ■at Mascot Stables, 1110
Golden Gate aye.
■in HORSES FOR SALE; ALSO WAGONS
"iU buggies, carts, harness; Grand Arcade Horse
Market, 327 Sixth St.; auction sales every Wednes-
day. SULLIVAN it DOYLE, Auctioneers.
IAABKTB SECOND-HAND HARNESS; ALL
IUU kinds; second-hand wagons, buggy, carts;
also 20 cheap horses. Fifteenth and Valencia sts.
_»ok.'"'new- domestic sewing -ma-
«3>_.O. chine: drop leaf, drawers, cover and at-
tachments. 205 Fourth st.
FOR SALE— A SMALL IMPROVED LOT IN
Laurel Hill Cemetery. Apply at 1400 Van Ness
aye., cor. of Bush st.
TRISH BETTER PUPS, 6 MONTHS OLD. Al
J. stock, for sale cheap. Address A. N. BAYLEY,
Seventeenth and Castro sts.. Oak la ml, Cal.
imjl; SALE-LIGHT DELIVERY WAGON,
X young horse and harness. Apply 1531 Mission.
riOOD-SIZED SAFE WITH INSIDE DOORS.
\X Apply to BENCHLEY, 630 Market.
I'LL TERRIER BITCH FOR SALE. 613
IVE PNEUMATIC SAFETIES FOR $100;
$25 singly. 326 McAllister st.
PNEUMATIC SAFETY BICYCLES, 28-INCH,
J. second hand, $20. 40, $50. 20 McAllister st.
T>NEUMATIC SAFETY BICYLE, 28-INCH, 23
x pounds, new, $65. 20 McAllister st.
I"TRESH YOLNG DURHAM COW, GENTLE,
■ for family. 1312 Folsom st. ' .
FOR SALE— I-HORSE ELECTRIC DYNAMO,
new: guaranteed. Apply Call agent, 524 X
street, Sacramento, Cal. -
ILCH COW FOR SALE IN GOOD CON-
ditlon. T. HURLEY, 230 Douglass St. -
HEAI'EST PLACE TO BUY AS FIXTURES.
H. HUF3CHMIDT, 623 Golden Gate aye.
A LL-GOLD WATCHES SOLD FOR WEIGHT
A. of cases; no charge for works: diamonds, ear-
rings, rinses, studs, pins and ladies' sealskins for
half original cost: goods sent C. O. D. UNCLE
HARRIS, 15 GRANT AVENUE, near Geary Bt.
I\' [LSHIBK SAFE, LETTER-PRESS, SCALE,
If coffee-mill and money-till; cheap. 102 Clay st.
a I LOT OF A" STERN STANDARD MAKES
J\. of safes which have been taken In exchange
as part payment for the Waltz safes, as follows:.
3' burglar-proof bank or coin safes, 7 jewelers' safes,
8 pawnbrokers' safes, 13 merchant safes: tire and
burglar proof all sizes; at less than half cost: see
them before you order. Tbo Waltz Safe Salesroom,
221 and 223 ' Market «£., factory 13 and 15 Druinm
St., San Francisco. Cal. ' \
tltew ranges cheaper than second-
IN hand. W. S. RAY Mfg Co., 12 California st.
C" COUNTERS, SHELVING, SHOWCASES
l^ boughtandsold 1121V 2 Market bet. 7th and Bth
" ATTORNEYS- .>
A. laws a specialty: suits, Superior, Justice and
Police Courts: terms reasonable: collections, etc.
O. W.HOWE, att'y-at-law, 850 Market,cor.Stockton
i f ONEY ADVANCED TO LITIGANTS, COURT
31 costs and charges -paid in matters of probate,
contracts, . damages, accidents, notes, flrst-class
collections and general law business. Address J. F.
NAUGHTON, 64 Nevada block, H. K.
"TOUN'k. AiTKEN, ATTORNEY -AT-LA RS.
J 16 and 17. 402 Montgomery st., cor. California.
■ A MITCHELL. ATT* Y-AT-LAW, REMOVED
J . to Spreckels blag., 929 Market st.; advice free.
nrij H. CHAPMAN, ATTORNE Y-AT-LAW,
W Mills building, sixth floor, room 6, San Fran-
cisco, Cal. Telephone 1644. - ■■ :
■\\r W. DAVIDSON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,4aO
VV . California St., rms. 14-15; advice free.
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, THURSDAY, JULY 11, 1895.
" CITY REAL ESTATE.
At HOBIOER. . LOUIS A. SOUC
I A. SOUC & CO., -v ;.-...
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE BROKERS.
HOUSES RENTED. RENTS COLLECTED.
465 AND 467 VALENCIA ST., NEAR 16TH.
A few of the bargains we offer this week:
$60007-25x105; Guerrero st., near 19th; ele-
gant residence of 8 rooms and bath:. modern im-
provements: house in Al order.
$6500—30x122:6; Mission St., near 19th; 2 bay-
window houses 6 rooms and bath each; look at
this for an investment. " -
$6750—26x90; Valencia St., near 20th; bay-win-
dow bouse 8 rooms and bath; in perfect order; line
$2800—25x114; 22d St., near Valenrla; 2-story
house 7 rooms, bath; lane basement: street work
all done; stone sidewalk: cars pass the uroperty;
lot alone worth the money. V
$3000—25x80; Castro st.: bay-window cottage:
5 rooms and bath; all modern Improvements;
$2500— 25x114;. 27th St., near Church: modern
bay-window cottage; 5 rooms and bath ; fine base-
ment: easy terms.
$3000—27x114; Valley, near Dolores; bay-win-
dow flats, 4 and 5 rooms, bath; always rented; a
Our list comprises some of the best property in
the Mission. Lots of all sizes in any of the home-
steads: also good business corners 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
\J real ESTATE AGENTS,
30 MONTGOMERY ST.
QO7P:rk NEW BAY-WINDOW COTTAGE,
\i. •-> I UV/. containing 6 rooms, bath, basement,
driveway, etc.; extra large lot, 34x80; Mission
©O7"A SW. COR. CASTRO AND 25TH
%)£ I O\J. sts.; 30x80; make an offer.
(£-1 QAA SANCnEZ ST., S. OF 24TH; 24x
§1 onA SANCHEZ be sold; OF reasonable
i.O\JVJ. 100: must be sold; auy reasonable
offer will be entertained.
' A ( A NT LOTS AT THE MISSION TO TRADE
V for improved property Or building.. Apply to
C. S. CAPP & CO., 413 Montgomery st.
OUR FLATS ON JONES ST., WITH LOT 30
feel front; $3150.
Corner lot on Folsom st. ; store and flats and rear
Three fiats on Leavenworth St.; $4250.
House and lot on Powell st., near Washington.
Apply to C. S. CAPP & CO., 413 Montgomery St.,
Real Estate Agents, Kent Collectors and House
tI»>XA 50x125: SOUTH LINE OF MON-
— O\J . tana St., near Capitol : block R, Railroad
Homestead Association, Ocean View.
$180-100x120; in block 87, University Home-
$160-157:6x100; block 196, Abbey Homestead
Association. San Mateo County.
?375-33xlOO; N. side of Laidley st., 146 W. of
Mateo, block 5. Fairmount Tract.
CHARLES C. FISHER. 607 California st.
Cj-J AAA LOT 62:6x136 FEET; SPLENDID
0 1 v'Uv/. location: forced sale; a snap.
$3200— 10-room house; new; near station; street
work done; worth more.
Many other bouses and lots for sale in Berkeley.
I'll AS. A. BAILEY, 46 Market St., or Berkeley
IP OR SALE— BEAUTIFUL HOUSE 15 ROOMS
'and bath: 25x75: 2900 Bush st.. cor. Baker:
sunny exposure: billiard-room; $10,000 cash: only
2 years old: has to be seen to be appreciated; mod-
ern improvements; permanent tenant at $60. Ap-
ply to HARRY H. HARKEY, Palace Hotel.
fill Qftfl sMAI.I.IItUSK, KOI AND FURNI-
tiP J-OUv/. ture. 12th aye., nr. park, south side.
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 5125 « * 150 TO ?30 ° FOR LOTS
»JP_LUv/. north and south of park: fine locality.
$10 down and $5 monthly. SOL GETZ & BRO.
AQCA TO $1100 FOR GRADED LOTS,
tPO«JU ready to build on in Richmond and south
of park, near cable and electric cars, on easy in-
stallments. SOL GETZ & BRO.
tfill Cifi $ 150 T0 * 260 FOR splendid lots
«JpJLULf. near Mission st. and electric-cars; your
choice of 50 lots: only $10 down and $5 monthly.
SOL GETZ & BHO. i
pALL FOR MAPS AND DIAGRAMS.
- SOL GETZ & ERO., Owners,
Itoom A, first floor, Crocker building.
© A LOT 25x100 FT.: READY TO BUILD*
V !•■' ■'• on; within 2 blocks of •£ car lines;'
terms. SlOO cash, balance on lone time.
$2800— Income $40 a month ; 4 flats on Harrison
St., near Tenth.
A. M. SPECK 4 CO., 602 Market St., under
T OUIS SCHLOSS.
Rooms 24 and 25, Crocker Building, S. F.
■ REAL ESTATE!
TF YOU HAVE MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL
1 estate I can place it for you; everybody wants
MONEY! MONEY! .
<2il ft (\(\C\ FOR A FINE PIECE OF IN-
i^n-LO.UUU come property on Channel st.
©/inn MISSION LOTS ON THE INSTALL-
*J"S*xUU. ment plan.
sJi^fin MISSION LOTS ON THE INSTALL-
tJp«JUU. ment plan.
(&QX (\(\(\ A SNAP; 55 FEET ON MISSION
t!pOO.\J\}\J. street: a choice piece for manu-
facturing of any kind.
Rooms 24 and 25, Crocker Building, S F.
VOW is THE TIME TO BUILD, WHILE
-Li materials are cheap. Will build anything,
anywhere: cash or easy monthly installments,
plans included. O. W. FQRSYTH, 640 Market st.
OT 25x137 ON" TURK ST. FOR $1000. PHIL-
BRICK & M X T( lALF, 2548 Folsom st.
COVKTKI REAL ESTATE.
U Tehama and Tulare counties, near railroad, to
trade for City. Oakland or Alameda ■ improved
property. Apply C. S. CAPP & CO., Real Estate
Agents. House Brokers and Rent Collectors, 413
171 OR SALE — CHICKEN " RANCH, WITH
. 1 about 1000 chickens, and all other personal prop.
erly. Inquire -of M. McNALLY, Oriental ■ Feed
Al A BARGAIN— OF 119 ACRES':
all under cultivation; near Napa. Apply 34
(.olden Gate ay.
T OUIS SCHLOSS.
Rooms 24 and 25, Crocker building.
The best and Cheapest stock ranch In the State
for sale on easy terras; plenty of water and feed
the year round: 80 miles from San Francisco and
only 5 miles from railroad. If you mean business,
call at once and get all particulars.
Booms 24 and 25, Crocker building,
t San Francisco.
SANTA CLARA COUNTY PROPERTY TO
exchange for city property; only inhered
Rooms 24 and 25, Crocker building, S. F.
OR HALF. OR TRADE— NICE HOME IN
Napa; 2 acres of nice land, with plenty of fruit;
price $4000. PHILBRICK & METCALF, 2548
Folsom st. '
OUSE, STABLE AND 2 LOTS; FRUIT OF
all kinds: close to P. O. in Napa: cheap: $3500
cash. PHILBRICK&METCALF,2S4B Folsom st,
UMMER RESORT, WITH 80 ACRES LAND;
3 miles from Santa Cruz; fine house; 16 rooms:
furnished first-class: stock and vehicles; $7500, or
trade for city property. 1061 Mission st.
Tins WILL INTEREST. YOU. ;•■ . --.
X Our colony is now established; already 25
families have decided to make their homes with
us. We are determined to develop a community
of homes that will be self-sustaining, attractive,
pleasant and profitable. We own this tract of
land, in fact it has been .our , home for over 30
years, and we know from experience that the soil
is well adapted to the successful growth of every
variety of fruit, grain and vegetables that are
grown in the State of California. •
We have now 1000 acres in alfalfa, from which
we cut three and four crops per annum, and that,
too, without Irrigation. We claim that we can
offer more to the man who really wants a home
than has ever yet been offered or that is likely
ever to be offered again. The man who provides a
home that Is self-sustaining, attractive, pleasant
and profitable for his family enjoys a sens" of In-
dependence and proprietorship that Is simply im-
possible in any other, business and is especially
impossible for the man who works on a salary and
Is subject to the fluctuations of business or the
whim of his employer. We ask your Investigation
of our offer. .
Address New England Colony of California,
Room 10, Mills building.
3 OR 4 LOVELY BROOKSIDE HOMES, NEAR
town. A. M. DENNETTE, Glen Ellen, Cal. -
AKIN COUNT 6OOO ACRES 26 MILES
irom San Francisco. ■
RANCHO DE NOVATO.
Tracts of any alee desired; fruit, grain and vege-
table land : no irrigation; both roil 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
J- purposes or an orchard alreaay improved, where
only small cash outlay is required, balance payable
in 6 or 7 years, apply 826 Montgomery st., 0. F.
- HOUSES TO LET.
BEAUTIFUL SCNNY CORNER HOUSE TO
XJ let; 1216 Jones St.. between Clay and: Sacra-
mento: one of the finest residence blocks In the
city; 12 largo rooms; bath; wine rooms, etc.;' sun
In every room: largo yard and garden: a lovely
home at very moderate rental. DAVIDSON _'
LEIGH, agents, 137 Montgomery st.
>.(. 4 ROOMS; LOW EH PART OF HOUSE.
<ipt/. 62 Tehama st., near Second. • •
HorSK~T)F 3 ROOMS: STABLE, YARD, ETC.
14 Decatur, off Bth, bet. Bryant and Brannan.
1 C"1 9 TAYLOR— IO SUNNY ROOMS; LARGE
xO JL~ 1 yard and garden; fine marine view.
1/17 VALENCIA ST.— 6 ROOMS AND BATH,
It: I very cheap; yard; water free;. rent $16.
Apply at premises. . .:
AnQ LEAVENWORTH — HOUSE, 9 ROOMS
4:Ut/ and bath. . Inquire on premises. • . .
fflj A PACIFIC HEIGHTS HOUSE ; 8 ROOMS
»4ptt Ot with every convenience-and marine view.
1733 Broadway, near t-ough st.
UN N~Y~ HOUSE— 63O EDDY, NEAR LARKIN;
9 rooms; bath; rent $30; water free.
L ATKsT STYLES IN HOUSES TO RENT AT
BALDWIN A HAMMOND'S, 10 Montgomery.
/IQn POST ' OPPOSITE FIRST CON GREG A-
_OU tional Church— Good location for doctor or
dentist : low rent to a- Rood tenant. Apply to G. H.
UMBSEN& CO. -14 Montgomery st. I <
riOTTAa WITH TJaRG E~(VA R D E^fTsEVEl^
\J teenth St., nr. Valencia. BALDWIN <fc HAM-
MONO. 10 Montgomery st.
~" -COTTAGES TO LET.
walk from Mission-st. cars: $8. 360 Jessie st.
Qf\ 1 POTRBBO COTTAGE 5 ROOMS;
OUt: bath; finely decorated; $18.
fil DOLORES, Mi. SEVENTEENTH-COT-
'irXX 4 100 ms; bath.
OTTA' . 5 ROOMS; BATH; LAUNDRY;
\J chickea-yard; fine marine view; all modern
improvements; Green St., bet. Octavia and La-
puna, Inquire 2619 Octnvia St.. near Green.
" FLATS TO LET.
S" Tjljxy flat~s large roomsTyardTce l^
lar; cheap. 1611 Stevenson st», nr. Eighteenth.
I OCi CLARA, NEAR FIFTH— 4 ROOMS, $11;
100 3 rooms, $8 60.
/-»!- FLAT; 4 ROOMS: BATH: YARD. 12
tj) xO . Shotwell St., near Fourteenth.
1 /' k )l SITTER ST.— LOWER FLAT; THREE
L rooms; rent cheap; key at grocery.
MADISON & BURKE. ■
SUNNY LOWER FLAT; 13 HAMPTON
place, off Folsom St., bet. Second and Third.
1 W»l FULTON— LOWER FLAT; 5 ROOMS;
XXOli bath; near new City Hall.
£» 4 A ELEGANT SUNNY SEVEN-ROOM
<jsttU. flat. 624 Golden Gate aye.. near Van Ness.
T^URNISHED FLAT-FOUR ROOMS. 325
X 1 Eddy. '
477 NEW MIDDLE BAY-WINDOW FLAT;
«Js_- 1 . 8 rooms; bath; 2 entrances. 911 Fol-
som, near Fifth.
5 SUNNY ROOMS AND BATH: CHEAP TO
American family. 20 Albion aye., off Fifteenth
st., bet. Valencia and Guerrero. >
BEAUTIFUL FLAT: 8 ROOMS AND BATH;
Xj cheap. 1505 Geary st. .. r
(_ 19 SUNNY FLAT: 6 ROOMS; NO CHlL-
«s_._. dreu. 1723 San Carlos aye.
<m 1 n NICE CLEAN SUNNY LOWER FLAT.
•J)X_l. 3 rooms and yard, very neat; good neigh-
borhood ; 720 Vis Ivy aye., nr. Hayes and Buchanan.
Ann en 1226 SACRAMKNTO— 7 ROOMS;
<Jp_i_J.c)U. gas; bath: fine view.
¥tq 3 LARGE ROOMS; YARD. 109 THlR-
»iplo. teenth St., above Valencia.
FLAT 4 ROOMS: RENT LOW TO GOOD TEN-
ant. 1209 Devlsadero st.
• :.>i •> WEBSTER— SUNNY UPPER FLAT:
_ — 1O bath; linen; china; piano, etc.
I A GROVE, NEAR CITY HALL— ELEGANT
I v* fiat, 5 rooms and bath.
LATEST STYLES IN FLATS TO RENT AT
BALDWIN A HAMMOND'S, 10 Montgomery.
~ HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS.
3 ROOMS; sUITABLEFOItHorsr.KKEPING:
«3 hot and cold water; bath. 12 Adair St., between
Fifteenth and Sixteenth, Howard and Capp.
- 1 r BROADWAY — NICE FRONT ROOMS,
I 1.0 with kitchen, furnished for housekeeping.
1 />! f\ CLAY— B FURNISHED ROOMS AND
XOXU bath for light housekeeping.
AT 7 EDDY— NICELY FURNISHED HOUSE-
Ol ( keeping rooms: every convenience; splen-
Ql Q ELLIS— FRONT PARLORS. ES-
OltJ tablisbed M physician's office; also house-
keeping rooms. ■_< ]
m - v] TH __ EL EG AN T LV . FUR-
nished iront, sunny room and kitchen; car-
pets and furniture new; bath, etc.; quiet; $12;
complete for housekeeping; Investigate. -■•'-? •- 1
ffQi FOLSOM-IPB MONTH; 2 SUNNY FUR-
I OO nlshe'd housekeeping rooms: yard. : • '-
QnQ FiFril-NEW HOUSE: SUNNY BAY-
O\JV window suit with kitchen; also unfurnished
9/in FIFTEENTH ST., NEAR MISSION— ONE
-4U $6: two $8; housekeeping rooms furnished.
I I/- FULTON— B LARGE SUNNY FRONT
1 ID housekeeping rooms furnished.
701 HARBISON — NICELY FURNISHED
lOL front housekeeping rooms; bath; private;
cheap. . -
/»1 Q HYDE— LARGE SUNNY ROOM: KITCH-
Dl'Jen; gas; stove; $15. Ring basement bell.
\-i' JESSIE— 2 OR 3 FRONT ROOMS, 1 It-
'll U nished for liouseKeeping.
n't O LARKIN -N FURNISHED SUN-
UXO ny rooms, with kitchen; complete for house-
Ql 1 LYON ST.,PARIf PANHANDLE— BEAU-
OXX tiful sunny unfurnished rooms. ■
9nOQ MARKET— 2 OR 3 HANDSOMELY
_Ut/O furnished sunny rooms for housekeeping.
9QI MINNA — -SUNNY HOUSEKEEPING
fa.0.1. rooms, complete; double, single; cheap.
Qr.Q MINNA ST.— HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS
Out/ cheap: front room with stove, single, sl per
week. ; . - . . ' . ■
iBA MINNA— LARGE NICELY FURNISHED
rIOV front room; light housekeeping.
PJII MISSION, NEAR SECOND — SUNNY
tjy) L bedroom and kitchen: rent $10.
QQQ MISSION — LARGE FRONT SUNNY
000 room with kitchen; new furniture. .
7 AC O'FARRELL, BET. HYDE AND LAR-
IUO kin— 'i sumo' furnished rooms for house-
keeping: range: running water; $10.
I QAA PINE, COR. HYDE-SUNNY FRONT
XOUU room, $10; 3 sunny unfurnished rooms,
$12:. yard. .
/ii)l POST— NICE FURNISHED ROOMS, $5
DO L a month; also large front rooms; can be used
for couples; gas; running water; large closet; $10
T^AOl POST — 3 V NICE HOUSEKEEPING
XUU_S;J rooms; furnished or unfurnished; pri-
vate family; rent cheap.' ________
Ann SECOND — SUNNY HOUSEKEEPING
tl — .— i rooms ; other rooms from $4 upward ; bath.
19A SIXTH — SUITE OF FRONT ROOMS;
YZAj furnished complete for housekeeping;
cheap; private. .
SIXTH-^CHEAPEST IN CITY; NICE
sunny housekeeping rooms.
91 BIXTH-NICELY FURNISHED FRONT
_■! U'2 rooms with kitchen; rent reasonable.
A9 A SIXTH— 2 CONNECTING ROOMS; COM-
'I— U plete for housekeeping; every convenience;
A SIXTH-LARGE SUNNY F RON T ROOMS
TC^t/ and kitchen: rent $12 a month.
£17 SEVENTH-CONNECTING ROOMS AND
xO t other rooms for housekeeping; $8 ana $10.
QOO THIRD— FRONT FURNISHED HOUSE-
OZ-i keeping suites. $8, 810, $11; single, $1.
7Q£« VAN NESS AYE— SUNNY FRONT
I »/U rooms, nicely furnished, for housekeeping;
reasonable. > - -
m~~ I WELSH, OFF FOURTH, BELOW
3 Bryant— 2 or 3 nicely furnished ■ house-
keeping rooms; reasonable. .
' • KOOM!) TO LET.
F"~^OR^ KENT^TO~]M)K a^^TENTLfcTMT?^
_■ nicely furnished sunny front bay-window room;
all modern conveniences: located about 8 blocks
from Kearny and Market sts.: private family;-
references required. . Address C. D., box 1, Call.
79c BRANNAN, ABOVE SIXTH— BEDROOM
I —*) and kitchen, furnished; $7 and $8. '
QQI BUSH— 2 "LARGE SUNNY
OOX dow rooms with board; price reasonable.
1 1 Q EDDY — BEAUTIFUL FRONT SUITE
XXO and other newly furnished rooms cheap. .
1 f\O ELEVENTH-LARGE SUNNY ROOM
XUU for housekeeping: also single, $5. .
Q97 ELLIS— LARGE FRONT, ALSO DOUBLE
O-J I and single rooms; running water: cheap.
CQr ELLIS — LARGE ALCOVE . ROOM,
OVO kitchen, bedroom. Call 10 a. m. to 6p. m.
QQI FOLSOM — SUNNY FRONT ROOM,
VOL with closet: $5 per month.
91 7 GEARY— B FRONT ROOMS OPPOSITE
.- L I Union square; key at 217y a . rear.
1 £1 1 GOUOH-rOR 2 LARGE SUNNY FUR-
XUXX nished rooms; cheap. • .
1 9AQ I HOWARD - NICELY FURNISHED
I.+J\JO'Z room for 1 or 2 gentlemen; $7 a month.
1 9^/1 HOWARD, CORNER NINTH-LARGE
X-JUjb bay-window room, suitable for;two persona.
OAK JI V I >E— UNFURNISHED SUNNY
O\JO rooms, together or singly; references.
Q1 9 KEARNY— «T. GEORGE HOUSE— FUR-
Ol- nished rooms, $1 50 to $3 week; _5c to 75c
night: transients solicited. ;
DOC LARKIN— LARGE SUNN V FURNISHED
O-u— ' front room, gas, prate, bath: large closet:
old ing-bed: light housekeeping privileges: use of
parlor if desired; private family: rent reasonable.
"I 991 MARKET ST— SINGLE FRONT ROOM,
1 — 1 suany; private family. ,
ROOMS TO tET-Contlnue-fl.
I_— room, sunny; running water.
iC/17 MCALLISTER— FINELY FURNISHED
Udt I suite of parlors: suitable for 1 or 2 gent -
men or man and wife; terms reasonable. »
A ROOMS TO RE XT CHEAP. 1 McDERMOT
i place, off Jones st. ■•
(*i>n MINNA, COR. EIGHTH— X ICELY~FU
UO I nlshed bay-window rooms; $1 a week.
I Onf* MISSION— LARGE FRONT ROOM IX
JL^jVxj private family; newly furnished.
A<)(* O'FARRELL — NICELY FURXISHED
J — .U double sunny front room; all conveniences.
7 OLIVE, BET. ELLIS AND O'FARRELL,
t off Larkin— 2 sunny front rooms; nicely fur-
nished : gas and bath rent $10. • ■
90 PAGE— 2 LARGE UNFURNISHED ROOMS
£dO suitable for light housekeeping; 110 children.
97V7 POST (SURVILLE)-SUNNY -FRONT
£i\J I suites: first floor; suitable for vapor baths:
-•heap. • • ■■: . • •
4] A POST (AUDITORIUM)— NEWLY FUR-
i-L" nished sunny rooms; en suite and single.
QQ SIXTH W., THE HILLSDALE-SUNNY
00 rooms: single and en suite: $1 to $1 50 a day.
"1 Q7 SEVENTH-FURNISHED ROOMS OF
10 ( all kinds cheap; transient.
01 A SEVENTEENTH— 2 OR 3 FURNISHED
OXtfc or unfurnished rooms, suitable housek'ng.
SHIPLEY, BET. FOLSOM AND HABBI,
son, Fifth and Sixth— 2 rooms, $6; 4 rooms-
? 10; house new. Owner 1151 Guerrero, cor. 24tb.
AAC SIXTH — LARGE , SUNNY FRONT
tUi> room; newly j'urnished; bath; gas; $6 to sB.
"I 99 TAYLOR — ELEGANTLY FURNISHED
.1 — ■— ; sunny rooms, en suite or single.
Q1 7 THIRD— LARGE SUNNY FRONT; xiN
011 suite or single 25toip5 week to 20 mo.
Q9Q TWENTIETH— LARGE FRONT ALCOVE
O^jO room; also front bay-window room suitable
for 1 or 2 gentlemen; termsreasonable; convenient
to Valencia and Mission st. cars.
A RLINGTON HOUSE, 127 KEARNY— PLEAS-
- IV. ant sunny rooms, en suite and single; flrst;clasj
in every respect: terms reasonable.
T7IVERETT, 65 SECOND — FAMILY HOUSE,
Xli thoroughly renovated; new management; re-
spectable; sunny rms; reasnble. M.DAI. prop.
1 - RAND SOUTHERN. COR. SEVENTH AND
"J 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.
ATEW PYRENEE HOUSK,, 1314 STOCKTON
li st.— Sunny front rooms: suites or single; by
day, week or month. PH. MAYSOUNA YE, prop.
THH SHERMAN APARTMENT HOUSE; 129
new sunny rooms: strictly respectable; half
price of best 'hotels, with equal accommodations;
very central. 28 Eighth St., near Market.
9/.' A x TEIIAMA— 2 NICELY FURNISHED
— Uttjj rooms; cheap.
"lA7I WILLIAM, BET. JONES AND TA V-
i" 4 a lor, oft Geary— Sunny front room: cheap.
V ' (SEMITE HOUSE, 1045 MARKET, BET.
J- Sixth and Seventh— Single and suites; per
night, 35c to $1; week, $1 50 10 $5: families.
BOAKDING AND KOOMS.
TT OTEL BERTLING, 71 4 lU : S H -( ) P E X E YTaS
XI a family hotel: references given and required;
ail modern conveniences.
91 VAN NESS A YE.- BEING THOROUGHLY
4J-L renovated: nice sunny front rooms with
board or privilege of light housekeeping.
0*39 CALIFORNIA— PRIVATE BOARDING :
OO— beautiful sunny rooms; line marine view;
EDDY— SUNNY FRONT BOOMS, SUITES
U^jU and single: best, board: reasonable.
pOM PEt'en''Fwo M^LN^WOULDIJKBCraLD
\J ox infant to board. Inquire 255 California aye.,
near Con land.
■pARTY, WITHOUT CHILDREN. will give
X good home and mother's care to child over 2
years old. Address A I. KM A . box 60. Call.
STORES TO LJKT.
ferßE^x r D^rGo>rsTXow^RE^ ; r^n s; p^
at 616 Geary st.
BEST LOCATED STORE IX WESTERN AD-
X) dition, NW. cor. Post and Baker sts., with fix-
tures; complete fora grocery: 3 rooms in rear, and
floe brick basement; rent reasonable.
MA l; X 1.1 ST.; LARGE STORE ON THE
iX best block on the street, on the north side;
suitable for shoestore or drygoods. Apply G. H.
UMBsEX & CO., 14 Montgomery st.
InOR RENT — A CORNER STORE; GOOD
: stand for drug or grocery business. Apply W.
B.CLUTF, 17 Sixth St. '
T7IQUR-STORY BRICK AND IRON BUILDING
X and basement, 508 Sacramento St., containing
elevator, power, etc.; rent $30. Apply DAVID
STERN A SONS. 20 Montgomery »■
OFSICKS TO LET.
t; pL^rA^rF7)Fl : HMs3^N^rE^^
Sli building, 925 Market: rents low; no extra
charge for gas, janitor services or heating. Apply
at building or G. 11. I'M.'iSKN & CO.. ] I :.loii:g. St.
A NEW PROCESS— NO MEDICISfE, INSTRU-
-ci- ments or worthless pills used; every woman
her own physician for all female troubles; no mat-
ter from what cause; restores always in one day;
if yon want to be treated safe and sure call on men's
physician -.knowledge can be senufcusociat home;all
cases guaranteed. DR. POPPER, 318 Kearny st.
SURE AND SAFE CURE FOR ALL FE-
male diseases; ladies may have the benefit of
the sKill and attention of a physician of long and
successful practice: a home in confinement with
best possible care, with the privacy of a home and
the convenience of a hospital; those who are sick
or discouraged should call on the doctor and state
their case, they will find in her a true friend; all
consultation free isnet absolutely confidential; a
positive cure for the liquor, morphine aud tobacco
habit; every case guaranteed without injury to
health. M US. DR. GWYER, 226 Turk St., bet.
Jones and Leavenworth. •
T ADIES — CHICHESTER'S . ENGLISH PEN-
Xj royal Pills (Diamond -Brand) are the best:
nyroyal Pilis (Diamond Brand) are the best:
safe, reliable; take no other; send 4c, stamps, for
particulars, "Relief for Ladles," in letter by return
mall; at druggists. Chichester Chemical Company,
Philadelphia, Pa. : .
HE LIGHTNING RHEUMATISM CURE
tor chronic or Inflammatory rheumatism; best
remedy on earth; price $3. -MARTIN Remedy
Company, 2231 Mission st., S. F.
US. AD. ZILLMER, LADIES' PHYSICIAN
takes confinements in her house. 1061 Mission.
A" LL FEMALE IRREGULARITIES RE-
stored in one day; no instruments; French
remedies guaranteed at any time: consult free.
MRS. DR. STB, 916 Post Ht., near Larklu.
I ADIES— BEFORE ' SEEING A DOCTOR
J consult MRS. EMARY. 1118 Market St.. r. 1 _
A LPi) A 6■ s FRENCH PILLS, A BOON TO
2\. ladies troubled with irregularities: no danger;
safe and sure: $2 50 express C. O. D.; don't delay
until too late. . OSGOOD BROS., Oakland. Cal.
U-PRAE'S FEMALE REGULATING PILLS;
B?.fo and efficient emnienagogue; $1 per box-
RICHARDS & CO., druggists. 400 Clay, sole agts.
LL LADIES CONSULT FREE MBS. DR.
DAVIES, 14 McAllister St.. near Market;
leads all competitors: only qualified, trusty spe-
cialist for safe, quick relief of ■ irregularities, no
matter what cause; treatment scientific, harmless
and painless; never falls; home in confinement.
K. RICORD'S PILLS ; EXPRESS $2 60 : SAFE,
sure, reliable: Bicord's specialties, females.
Malson et Cie, Agts. ROOT'S, Sixth and Howard.
D.\ll>i:i s APHBO TABLETS— GREAT
modern remedy for the cure of neurasthenia,
lmpctcncy, and all disorders of the sexual organs;
$1 a box; 6 boxes $5;, send for circular, J. U.
WIDBER, cor. Market and Third, sole agent.
ALL LADIES IN TROUBLE CONSULT THE
only reliable specialist in San Francisco; in-
stant relief: $500 paid for any case I cannot cure;
board: skillful attention during confinement; spe-
cial attention to diseases of the eye; advice free;
confidential. MRS. DR. SCOTT, liov 2 Turk st.
MBS. Ml. WEOENEB, PRIVATE HOME
for all female diseases; separate- homes for la-
dies before and during confinement; have enlarged
and arranged my home to suit rich and poor; ir-
regularities cured in a day: guaranteed; no instru-
ments; regular physicians of long and successful
practice; travelers attended; no delay: all business
strictly confidential; babies adopted. 419 Eddy st. •
R. AND MRS. DR. SCHMIDT. FORMERLY
of 1211 Mission, now 1608 Market st. ; month-
y irregularities cured in a few hours; guaranteed;
no instruments used : sure preventive. _ v
DU. A. HKKWEU, OFFICE i.89 IMisl ST.: Dis-
eases of women and consultation In pregnancy.
R. HALL, 14 MCALLISTER, SECOND FLOO
next Hibernia Bank: diseases of women.
I V ATE HOME IN CONFINEMENT; GER-
X man midwife. MRS. POWELL, 1310 Mission.
AT ICE PRIVATE HOME IX CONFINEMENT
IN at the most reasonable price in the city. MR&
M. PFEIFFER, midwife, 2014 Folsom st.
TFIBBEOULAB OR ANY FEMALE DISEASE
A see Mrs. Dr. Puetz and be content. 254% 4th.
ranted. DR. J. W. KEY. 1122 Market st.
DR. 9 SIXTH ST. : ALL DENTAL WORK
at lowest prices and warranted ; open evenings
R. J. J. LEEK, 1206 MARKET, COR. GOLDEN
Gate aye.— Open evenings; Sundays till noon.
R. GEORGE W. LEEK, THE GENUINE
Leek dentist, discoverer of painless extract iou
and • patentee of Improved bridge work or teeth
without any plate, moved from b to 20 O'Farrell st.
TCHA M ASON.COR. MARKEt
sets of teeth are made to please or no chargiK
on bridges, crowns and gold I plates prices reduced;
small gold fillings only $2 ; painless extraction. - ?
C BOOKS DENTAL ASSOCIATION, 768 MAR-
\J ket, bet. 3d and 4tn, eas specialists: only reli-
able agent for painiess extraction; artificial teeth
frm $!> : fillings from $1 ; extracting 50c, with gas $1.
~<2p-r~A SET FOB TEETH: WARRANTED AS
tip I Rood as can be made; filling $1. DR. SIMMS,
dentist, 930 Market St., next Baldwin Theater. >■ -
DU. li. G. YOUNG. BRIDGES AND TEETH
without plates a specialty. ; 1841 Polk st.
DR. LUDLUM 1 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 60c ; gas given.
CIOLTON DENTAL ASSOCIATION. 80tt MA.B-
I Let St. DR. CHARLES W. DECKER,
for catalogue to MRS. C. T. MILLS, president.
Mills College P. 0., Alameda Co., Cal. Next term
begins August 7, 1895.
PANISH, FRENCH, GERMAN, MElSTER-
schaft School of Languages, 122 O'Farrell st.
O. ECKMAN, PIANO STUDIO, 205y 3
i"L. Oough st. ; assistant teacher for beginners.
RS. MELVILLE-SNYDER, oratorical,
Vocal and Dramatic Academy, 519 Van Ness
Eve. ; vocal classes Monday, Bp. i£.. $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
practice). ' .
ILLIAN BEDDAKD. THE ENGLISH AO
-Li tress, coacßes ladies" and gentlemen for the
dramatic profession: appearances arranged;
Shakespearean classes Wednesday evenings.
Shakespearean Academy, 913 Hyde st., S. F.
B OWENS ACADKMY, UNIVERSITY AYE.,
Berkeley, Cat T. STEWART BOWENS, M.
A., Principal. ■■-
ISS BOLTE'S SCHOOL REMOVED TO 2297
Sacramento St.; new term July 8. : . •
vmiiT SCHOOL; HEALD'S BUSINESS COL-
IN lope, 24 Post St.; commercial, shorthand, Eng-
lish; low rates. ■ .
T> OOK PING , PENMANSHIP, ARITHMB
JJtic taught 6 weeks ;course $30. 5 Stockton st.,r.
"DELASCO'S LYCEUM SCHOOL OF ACTING—
J3 Private theatricals arranged ; pupils rehearsed
on stage. R. 5 A 12, 1. 0. 0. F. block, 7th and Market.
OCHOOL ELECTRICAL, CIVIL, MINTnoTME 1
0 chanical engineering, surveying, architecture,
assay: estab. '64. VAN PER N AILLEN. 723 Mkt.
STIEHL'S SHORTHAND AND BUSINESS
College, 723 Market st. : diploma course $30.
ENGLISH BRANCHES TAUGHT BY MISS
DILLON, 14 McAllister, r. 46; private or class.
TARR'S IN ST., 659 MARKT— BOOKKEEPING
J. taught In 6 weeks. We pledge ourselves to keep
•free for 6 months books our graduates fail on:
BALD'S BUSINESS COLLEGE. 24 POST
Bookkpg, business practice, shorthand, typing,
electrical engineering, telegraphy, modern lan-
guages rapidly taught. Write tor catalogue.
air^S 3 A WEEK'S NEWS FOR 5 CENTS— THE
SJJg^? WEEKLY CALL, in wrapper, for mailing.
July 10, at 11 a.m.: horse, bay, with white
hind foot: regular milk- wagon; yellow paint; black
stripes: No. 15,465; for any information ¥5 re-
ward. Call 371 Natoma st.
SMALL PUG DOG: ANSWERS TO
J name of Tiny. Return to 206 Golden Gate
aye. and receive reward.
T OST— A PASSBOOK WITH THE HIBERNIA
_U Savings and Loan Society of Ban Francisco, in
the name of MRS. LIZZIE HEALEY: No. 131,-
-303. The finder will please return to bans.
I ADY'S GOLD WATCH; PICTURE OF DE-
J ceased husband inside;, on Berkeley train or
from Golden Gate station to Eleventh street, on
July 3. Kindly return to 2738 Howard street and
I OST- A IJLaCK SILK BRAIDED PURSE
J containing coin in going from Slitter St., San
Francisco, to East Oakland via Broadway. Please
leave with Hartford Insurance Company, 313 Cali-
i fornia st., San Francisco, and receive reward.
t\tTls irs 'bros! r 1 7 i o^mXrket^stHeet^
it Get OUT rates for storage of furniture, pianos,
trunks and all kinds of household goods: separate
locked rooms, dust and vermin proof, ac low rates.
Telephone south 762.
TORAGE; FURNITURE, PIANOS, MD6E;
advances. LIEBES S. W. CO., 908 Market, r. 4.
URNITURE, PIANOS AND OTHER MEK-
J? chandlse received on storage; money advanced
on consignments; lire-proof building. 4101'ostst.,
TORAGE OF FURNITURE, PIANOS, UOUBE-
hold goods, etc. J. M. PIERCE, 735 Market st.
THIRST-CLASS STORAGE ; ADVANCES MADE
J 421-423 Market st. CH AS. L. TAYLOR.
OAKLAND REAL, ESTATE.
C-BOOM MODERN COTTAGE; LOT 100x135:
0 barn, horse, buggy, cows, chickens: to be sold
cheap. For particulars address PERSON BROS.,
2426 Seventh street, or box. 81, West- Berkeley.
Dv 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.
T/^OR EXCHANGE— TWO MODERN HOUSES:
E well located; value $9000 cash: for good San
Francisco property in Western Addition. W. J.
DINGEE, 460 Eighth St., Oakland.
(JUT CASH, BALANCE $17 50 A MONTH:
«Tpxt)U neat 4-room cottage and stable; corner
lot, 50x150; price $1850; bargain: 7 blocks of 23d-
ave. local station to San Francisco. M. J. LAY-
MANCE & CO.. 466 Eighth St.. Oakland.
"jj» ~a i \t , INVESTMENT; BUSINESS PROP-
«IP«Jt:Uu erty; income over $500 a year: well
improved and most prospective location: $7500
refused 3 years ai;o; owner called away; immedi-
ate sain; best Investment upon the market. M. J.
LAYMANCE <fe CO.. 466 Eighth St., Oakland, Cal.
?i'\ PITALJ sis, ATTENTION— THE CHEAP-
\J est property in Oakland for sale; elegant resi-
dence lots in the center of the residence part of the
city; 150.x 100. Call or addrfs3 Oakland Office
Call, or 630 Commercial st., San Francisco.
<Bll9^n BARGAIN; CHICKEN ranch 12
tSsl^-«jU. miles irom Oakland: improvements
cost twice the amount asked for the place. W. E.
BARNARD 4 SON, 458 Ninth st., Oakland.
SACRIFICED— COZY LITTLE HUME IN
kj Oakland: owner away and must sell ; big. bur-
gain for cash or on monthly payments; write at
once. Address Owner. P. O. box 537, Los Angeles.
TVTICE 4-ROOM HOME: 50x140; 9900. LODGE
1> A POWELL, Fruitvale station.
\\r M. M. DE WOLF, KENT COLLECTOR. 1050
(2* OA MONTHLY FOR 5-ROOM COTTAGES;
*$'-<" plans free. F. BOEGLS, Golden Gate statn.
<B»>IQRA $1000 CASH; WORTH $6500: 9-
i*p~i.Ui}\J . room modern: liou^e; nice stable: lot
50x150; a bargain; see it at once. WILLIAM P.
TODD, 1008 Broadway, Oakland. :
LOTS FROM $75 UPWARD. SNETSINGER &
■Li CARROLL, Fruitvale station. ._
© I \t\ LOTS NEAR LOCAL TRAINS AND
<Jp-LOU. streetcars for sale on small weekly or
monthly installments: buy a home and save your
earnings. 11. li. PINNE Y. 002 Broadway. Oakland.
piIEAPESTAND BEST IN AMERICA— THE
\J WEEKLY CALL, sent to any address in the
United States or Canada one year for $1 50, post-
r.ge free. *■
OAKLAND FURNITURE FOR SALE.
J price. H. SCHEI.LHAAS. 40S Eleventh at.
G"~aT?ndo^iiotelPth adi no~a~n d
largest hotel in Oakland; table first, class;
terms by week or month, moderate; trains to and
from San Francisco every 15 minutes; cars from
Sixteenth-street station pass hotel; sample- room
lor commercial travelers on ground floor. ROBERT
~ ALAMKOA KB AX ESTATE.
I~tOß^lmM KDIATE SALE — NEAR SCHOOL
' and station; streets improved and sewered.
$2250— 50 cash, $25 monthly; 30x100; cottage,
4 rooms and bath.
$2400— 550 cash, $20 monthly; 87:6x100: cot-
tage, 5 rooms and bath.
$3250— 50 cash, $35 monthly: 38x100; corner
house in fine condition: 8 rooms and bath. •
$3250— 5200 cash, $30 monthly: 37x1 JO; ele-
gant colonial cottage: 7 rooms and bath. s
13850— f800 cash, $35 monthly: 37x120; band-
some new cottage, 8 rooms and bath.
Houses to rent trom 810 up.
Open Sunday .and holidays.
; MARCI'SE & REMMEL,
Bay-street station, Alamedu, and 628 Market St.,
San Francisco. • ' ■
IF" YOU WANT
1 A GOOD, SUBSTANTIAL AND STYLISH
CALL ON THE OLD BUILDING FIRM OF
A. R. DENKE. WEBSTER STREET.
BERKELEY KEAi. ESTATE.
T>EFORE YOU BUY
1 Be sure nnd Inspect that handsome new 9-room
modern house just being finished on Dwlghtway,
Berkeley; 2 blocks from station and on electric-
Apply or address ", :
J. L. BARKER,
■ -' Pwightway, Berkeley. "
T WOULD LIKE YOU TO SEE THAT PRETTY
J. cottage of 6 rooms; porcelain bath and all the
latest improvements; in an orchard: all street
work done; near the University and station. J. J.
MASON. Dwleht Way station. -
LATEST SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE
Domestic Ports."?* \
SOUTH BEND-Sailed July. 10-Schr Twilight,
for San Francisco. ■
EUREKA— Arrived July Stmr Pomona,hnce
July 9; schr Orion, hence July 6; schr Maggie C
Russ, hence July 3. "■ ' "
Sailed July 10— Schr Occidental, for San Fran-
cisco. '.-:... ■-., . :.. .
PORT LOS ANGELES— SaiIed July 10-Stmrs
Laguna, Sunol, Alcazar and Alcatraz. ' .
. Forele>» Ports.
GUAYMAS— Arrived July 8-Schr Martha k W
Tuft, hence May 29. '
t LIVERPOOL— Arrived July 6— Ger baric ' J C
Pfliicrer, hence March 14.
NEWCASTLE, Arrived July 9-Br ship
Kilraory; to load for Sun Francisco. :
' Sailed July 9— Br bark Sranmore, for San Fran-
cisco. .■■•••■■•■ ''. ■■"■- ;' . ?. '-■-- '-■ ■ - •,.
UUEENSTOWN— Arrived July 9— Br bark Lyd-
gate, from Tacoma; Br ship County Antrim, from
Portland. ' .
SHARPNESS— Arrived July 6— Br ship SHber-
horu. hence Feb 23. : , • , S&*wi*t&etmd
YOKOHAMA— Arrived July 9— £e sttar Tacoma
from Victoria. '
• COLON— Arrived July 9— Stmr Advance, from
LONDON-SalledJulyD-Ger ship H Bischoff,
i for San Diego. -
MARRIAGE LICENSES. ' ! '
Licenses to marry were granted yesterday a*
Charles Zahn and Carrie M. Schilling, 47—38.
F. H. Dahnke and Anna S. K. Goerner, 43—37.
W. T. T. Brooks and R. 11. Anderson, 29—22.
F. Filocrasso and Carmellina Porcella,.3l— 2l.
Z James H. Devine and Marie E. Painter, 40—24.
Charles Dugan and Maggie Fleming. 37—24.
T. A. Whltelaw, Rosic E. Lenormand. 23—21.
John Ryan and Mary Mahonej', 49—33.
Alfred E. Held and Emma G. A. Igo. 21—20.
J. W. Ward and Florence N. Saltonstall, 33—33.
Julius F. Mondet and Mary Driscoll, 36—26.
George S. Redhead Mid Annie L. Clark, 32—29.
DIVORCE SUITS iJEUUN.
Sarah A. Tuchschler against George F. Tuch-
Helen W. ScbmalhoKz against Ladlslas Sclnnal-
Sarah F. O'Connell against Daniel J. O'Connell.
[Birth, marriage ana death notices sent by mill
will not be inserted. They must be handed in at
either of the publication oCices and ba indorsed
with the name and residence of persons authorized
to have the same published. J -
. BO UN.
EBBESEN— Tn East Oakland, July 10, 1895, to tho
wife of C. Ebbeson, a son.
FARRELL— In this city, May 19, 1895, to the wife
of George Farrell. a son.
GUNNING— In Santa Paula, June 28, 1895, to the
wife of J. J. Gunning, a daughter.
JONES— In this city. July 7. 1835, to the wife of
Dr. J. W. Jones, a daughter.
KOPPIKUS— Elmlrn, .Time 30, 1895, to the
wife of D. W. Koppikus, a son.
LOVELL— In this city, July 4, 1895. to the wife of
C. \V. Lovell, a son.
SCHOENFELD-In this city. July 10, 1895, to the
wife of Jonas Schocnfeld, a son.
GROB-RILEY— In West Oakland, July 4, 1895,
Herman H. Grob and Minnie Riley.
HUNT— CUTTER— In this city,- July 9, 1895, by
the Rev. C. Q. Brown, Joan H. Hunt and Olive E.
McBRIDE— BROWN— In this city, July 6, 1895,
Thomas Mcßrlde and Mrs. R. K. Brown, both of
OSBORNE— FINCH-In Oakland, July 8, 1895,
by the Rev. Mardon D. Wilson, at St. Andrew's
Episcopal Church, L. Osborne Jr. of Minneapolis,
Minn., and Hattie E. Finch of Oakland.
Armstrong, Walter Larkin, P. J.
Becker. Louise • McNulty, Mary A.
Ellis, William H. rowan. Julia
Glelow, Charles G. Morris, Levenia B.
Goldberg, Louis Patten. Jane L.
Golden, James Richard, Seth
Loewi, Ulrike L. White, George
• Yates, Thomas
ARM3TRONfS-In this city, July 6, 1R95, Walter
Armstrong, a native of England, aged 32 years.
BECKER— In this city, July 10, 1895, Louise, be-
loved sister of Fred and Henry Becker, a native
of San Francisco, aged 26 years 11 months and
JB3"Frlend3 and ! acquaintances are resnest-
fully invited to attend the funeral TO-MORROW
(Friday), at 2 o'clock p. m.. from her late resi-
dence, 1866% Stevenson street, near Twentieth,
interment I. O. O. F. Cemetery.
ELLIS— In this city, July 9, 1895, William Henry.
beloved son of T. P. and Alice T. Ellis, a native of
San Francisco, aged 5 months and 14 days.
£F-The funeral will take place THIS DAY
(Thursday), at 2 o'clock p. m., from the resi-
dence of the parents, 24 Ford street, between
Seventeenth and Eighteenth, Noe and Sanchez.
Interment Mount Calvary Cemetery.
GOLDEN— In this city, July 10, 1895, James
Golden, a native of Ireland, asred 58 years. .
JB^Frlenas and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral TO-MORROW
(Friday), at 10 o'clock a. m.. from the par-
lors of H. F. Suhr & Co., 1209 Mission street,
GOLDBERG— In this city, July 8. 1895, Louis
Goldberg, a native of Poland, aged 72 years.
GIELOW— In this city, July 8, 1895. Charles <:.,
beloved husband of Ernestine Glelow, and father
of Charles H., Ernest F., George A., Sophie and
Annie Glelow, a native of Germany, aged 59
years 2 months and 22 days. A member of Oe-
scllschaft TeutOEia, and Redwood Lodge No. 25,
A. O. I. W.
XSTFrlends and acquaintance are resnoct-
fully Invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Thursday), at 1 o'clock p. m., from his late
residence, 1714 Howard street, thence to Teu-
tonia Hail, 1322 Howard street, between Ninth
ana Tenth, where funeral services will be held at
2 o'clocK p. m. Interment Masonic Cemetery.
LOEWI— In this city, July 9, 1895, Ulrike L., be-
loved wife of the late Julius Loewl, and devoted
mother of Mrs. J. Zederman, Martha and Wil-
liam Loewl, a native of Germany, aged 54 years
and 9 months, f Gllroy papers please copy.]
fi3~Frlends and acquaintances »re resaect-
ftilly mvi. hi to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Thursday), at 10:15 o'clock a. m., from her late
residence". 1123 Devtsadero street. Interment
Home of Peace Cemetery by train, leaving Third
and . Townaend streets at. 11:45 o'clock a. it.
Please omit flowers.
LARKIN-In this city, July 9, 1895, P. J. Larkin,
a native of Ireland, aged 41 years. [Massachu-
setts papers please copy.l
lt3rFrientis ana acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
• (Thursday), at 9 o'clock p. m.. from the under-
taking purlors of A. W. Martin & Co.. 118 Geary
street. Interment Laurel Hill Cemetery.
McNULT V—AnY — An anniversary solemn requiem mass
will be ottered up for the repose of the soul of the
late Mary Agnes McNulty, beloved daughter of
' Thomas and Sarah McNulty, SATURDAY, July
IS, 1895, at 9 o'clock a. m., at Mission Dolores
Church, corner of Sixteenth and Dolores streets.
Friends and acquaintances are invited to attend.
McGOWAN-In this city, July 8,1893, Julia, beloved
wife of the late Michael MeGowan, and dearly
beloved mother of Michael Joseph MeGowan, and
daughter of Mary Ann McClafferty, ana sister of
Katie and Annie McClaflerty, a native of County
Donegal, Ireland, aged 26 years.
Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Thursday), at 8:30 o'clock a. m., from her late
residence, 17 Ritch street, thence to St. Brendan's
Church, where a solemn requiem mass will bo
celebrated for the repose of her soul, commencing
at 9 o'clock a. m. Interment Holy Cross Ceme-
tery. Please omit flowers. I . ■ uV:.-",. -' > y -
MORRIS— At her residence, Home Farm, Aqua
Callente, Sonoma County, Cal.. July 8. 1895, Le-
venia Birdsall Morris, wife of John Morris, and
mother of T. D. and J. B. Morris, and sister of Z.
Birdsall, a native of Orange County. N. V., aged
95 years. A member of the Society of Friends
[New York papers please copy.j
*3j-Tne funeral will take place THIS DAT
(Thursday), at 2 o'clock p. m., from her late resi-
dence, Home Farm, Aqua Calieme, Sonoma
PATTEN— In this city. July 10. 1895, Jane Lorlng
Patten, wife of the late E. M. Patten, a native of
Portland, Me., aged 7.4 years and 11 months.
jiar Friends are respectfully invited to attend
the funeral services TO-MORROW (Friday), at
2 o'clock p. m., ■at her late residence, 922 Oak
street. Interment Masonic ■ Cemetery. Please
. omit flowers. , i • ■ j..-. .''-.. +j'-- t ..]
RICHARD— In Oakland, July 9, 1895, Beth Rich-
ard, a native of Massachusetts, aged 83 yenrs.
U3"Friends and acquaintances ara respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral Tills DAY
(Thursday), at 2 o'clock p. m., from his late resi-
dence, corner of Webster and Orchard streets,
Oakland. Interment private. - ■.■■-?;
ST.DOMINIC'S CHURCH BUILDING ASSOClA-
tion— The regular monthly requiem high mass for
the deceased members of the above association,
- and for the deceased parents and relatives of the
members, will be celebrated in St. Dominic's
Church, Bush and Steiner streets, THIS DAY
(Thursday), at 9 o'clock a. m. Friends are in-
vited to attend.
WHITE— In this city, July 10, 1890. George, be-
, loved husband of the late Hannah J. White, and
father of Mrs. J. M. Forrest and John S. White,
and ancle of Walter G. and Joseph H. O'Brien,
a native of New Yorx, aged 73 years. .
j£g- Friends and acquaintances are respect-
- fully invited to attend the funeral TO-MORROW
(Friday), at 10 o'clock a. m.. irom his late resi-
dence, 614 Linden avenue. Interment private,
Holy Cross Cemetery. '
YATES— In this city, July 8, 1895, Thomas Yates.
beloved husband of Ann Yatea, it native of, Wol-
verhampton, England, aged 45 years and 10
months. . ' . • •• - i -
COB" Friends and acquaintances an? resnect-
" fnlly invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Thursday), at 2 o'clock p. m., from his late resi-
dence, lMcCormick street, Detween Hyde and
Larkin, off Pacific. Interment I. O. O. F. Ceme-
• tt-ry. - • ■ ___^^^__
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20 Fifth St., Opp. Lincoln School.
1 ' : Telephone 8080. ' ' ;
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UNDEIITAKEGS AND EMBAL,MEKS,|
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Telephone No. 3354. ■ |
LAUREL HILL CEHETERY
/Choice locations in any part of the
CHOICE LOCATIONS IN ANY out on the THE
grounds ior sale and lots laid out on the Lawn
system or inclosed - with - low walls, as purchaser
may desire. •' .- . ■ ■ . ■ • f ;-,.v
Perpetual care of plats a specialty.
For the purchase of lots or for any improvements
apply to the superintendent on the grounds, Cen-
tral avenue and Bush st., San Franci.-ico, Cal.
CYPRESS LAWN CEMETERY.
TST SAN MATEO COUNTY ; NON-SECT ARIAIf:
1 laid out on the lawn plan ; perpetual care ; beau-
tiful, permanent and easy of access; see it before
buying a burial place elsewhere.
' • City office. 8 City Hall Afiw»_
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