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HOUSES TO LET.
HOUSK • BOOMS A\U ha I li. lUVNV 81DK
Bush st., N't. Brcderick and Baker; rent
cheap. Apply 2712 Bush st.
<»7 ANDS6 EACH— YARD, WATER, SEPA-
VF ' • rate: Elm a»e. Apply at 1512 G. G. aye.
•li HOtTSK~6 ""ROOMS:" CLARA NEAR
<gli. Fifth and Celler. 325 Fifth.
fl«Qn 8 ROOMS: LAHtiE SUNNY YARD.
. O O\J . 2527 Pin* St.. near Scot ; see it.
TT OUSE 6 ROOMS, 242 HARRIET ST., BELOW
II Harrison, nr. Sixth.
OUSE OF 7 ROOMS, WITH ALL' MODERN
XX Improvements. 733 Turk street.
-WE RENT MANY MOUSES BECAUSE WE
»t treat people right. BALDWIN & HAM-
MOND. 10 Montgomery si.
OUS~fT 10 ROOMS. AND RARN~i V 1; H V
cheap. Apply NICOL. 6:^4V 2 California i. _
COTTAGES TO LLT. .
COTTAGE. 4 ROOMS. HATH. M BYINGTON
\J St., off Webster, nr. Ellis.
■ CO] ELLIS ST.— TWO ROOMS IN REAR
uOl bouse; rent 96.
19] EUREKA, BET. 18th AND 19th— 1 SUN-
I«.I ny rooms; hall: basement: invu:rd: rent
9XI; Castro cable or Eighteenth-st. electric-car.
QQXA COTTAGE, 3 ROOMS: PROSPECT
•jOou. aye., bet. Twenty-seventh and lwenty-
elghih sts., near Mission.
I QRABY *- -MALI SUNNY FLAT,
I <) — £ nicely fiirnisl)»-d : ¥25.
. I.> 6.V2 JK-SIK ST. 3-80031 UPPER
SI-:. tint. JAMES B. Ii ROOKS, 214 Pine St..
rooms 5S and 59. . ■
*1 Q flat 4 rooms. 125 page st,, BET.
*J-LO. Gouyh and Octal la, ■_
1 OK. PAGE ST., BET. OOUOB AND OCTA-
-IZ.O via— Flat of 4 rooms $13 50-
nn-i six 111 -r\ ny FLAT; 8 ROOMS AND
v)J bath: water free.
MODERN SUNNY FLATS ON OAPP ST.
Dot- Mission and Howard. Twenty-second and
Twenty-third, containing 5 and 6 rooms, baths,
mantel fireplaces, with larce separata back yard,
«-tc. : rent ill suit you. Call at office, O'FARRELL
A CO.. 11 Montgomery st.
1 A ROOMS, NR- SIXTH AND HOWARD STS.;
1 U rent 928. SPF.CK * CO., 602 Market st.
1 CA7 STF'.N !:. NEAR SUTTER-LOWER
-JLCVM flat, 5 modern large sunny rooms: bath.
YEAR 'CITY HALL- 2 FLATS, 6 ROOMS
-> each, 141 Grove St., $20: 10 Grove St., $24.
<%! Q NEW BAY-WINDOW FI.AI: I'LIGHT
JlO. rms.. bath, gas, tubs. 909 Folnom, nr. sth.
I 'HO OAK-MODTRN FLAT; 8 ROOMS AN I>
OU— bath: sunny side; rent reasonable,
1011 TWENTY-THIRD ST., NEAR CAS-
J. — *1 L tro— Lovely sunny fvroom flat; every
convenience; rent 917; water free.
no PROSPER ST., OFF SIXTEENTH, BET.
— O Noe and Sanchez— Lovely tunny 5-room
flat: rent $17: water free.
V F.W. ELEGANT, UP PER SUNNY MODERN
5 -L> flat; 6 rooms and bath. 933 Golden Gate aye,
£17 7 ROOMS AND BATH; SW. CORNER
•5 1 I . Scott and Ellis sts.; upper flat.
XTPPEK'FLAT: 5 LARGE SUN~>Y ROOMS.
L J 133 Lily aye.: key 136 Page st.
U.NNY FLATS; 812 ELLIS ST., M'- POLK;
3 rooms: yard; basement; $20.
ODERN SUNNY LOWER 4-KOOM FLAT
1694 Page st., cor. Clayton. Golden Gate Park.
"\IODEftN FLAT: ~~7 ROOMS AND BATH;
i»l reasonable. 1719 Halg'it st. ■
1-M.AT OF 3 ROOMS. -'56 HARRIET ST., BE-
' low Harrison, near Sixth.
UNNY CORNER FLAT: 6 ROOMS; BATH;
basement; latest improvements. 1541 Eddy..
"firK RENT MANY FLATS BECAUSE WE
>> treat people right. BALDWIN & HAM-
MOND, 10 Montgomery st.
■VTEW FLAT OF 7 ROOMS. 554 CHURCH
i-> st., cor. Hancock, near Eighteenth.
SUNNY FLATS; 3 AND 4 ROOMS; BATH;
garden; $13 and $16. 1706 Post.
C; 1 ' LOVELY FLAT; 5' SUNNY ROOMS
C*X O. and bath: newly papered and painted. 814
Nineteenth st.. bet. Nee and Sanchez.
\\r EBSTER 207-209— SUNNY FLATS, 6 AND
' » 7 rooms; rent $25, 927 50.
CM FOR THE BEST 6- ROOM new"flat
X£t with bath in this city; water free; investi-
gate the place and save money. 529 Ivy aye.
YEW SUNNY FLAT: ROOMS AND BATH;
J.X was 920. now $13 50; Castro cable; see photo-
graph. HOVEY. 808 California ot.
C. AS) HAVES. BUCHANAN— 2 FLATS
vj- of 3 and 6 sunny rooms, bath, etc
LEGANT NEW FLATS, SEVENTH ST., BE-
u low Brvant. 5 and 6 rooms. bath: $8 to -$16.
__~-^-^. Broderick Street.
1 Ql 1 BBODERICK-3 ROOMS ANDBaTH;
i'Jll suitable tor light housework; no childien.
Bryant Street, j
I I AT BRYANT— SIX CORNER-ROOMS COM-
XX\JX pletely furnished lor housekping;rentlow
"I AOA CALIFORNIA— 2 SUNNY HOUSE.
Xrtt.)rt keeping rooms, with gas, bath, stove and
running water, $12.
"I C EDDY— 3 SUITES: NICELY FURNISHED
LU for housekeeping; 912. 14 and 91 6 per mo.
1 Ofi A EDDY-NICELY FURNISH ED HOUS£>
X£.\J keeping rooms: also sunny suite.
QA EDDY — UNFURNISHED AND FUR-
*JG\J ntshed rooms, housekeeping, $10; others,
$4 and $5.
rrwo sunny rooms in rear of 221
J. Eighth St.; rent 95.
-no ELLIS— 2 CONNECTING FURNISHED
*J\J<J rooms, complete for housekeeping; large
99' FOURTH-FURNISHED ROOMS SUIT-
_~<J able for light housekeeping; also single.
991 FIFTH-NICE FURNISHED HOUSE-
•miiiX keeping and tingle rooms: cheap.
4> 1 A FIFTH— SUNNY BEDROOM AND
*-*•» * kitchen; running water; bath; private; no
099 FIFTH-2 ROOMS FURNISHED FOR
•> — — housekeeping; cheap rent.
09^ FIFTH— CLEAN FURNISHED HOUSE-
•J±'*J keeping, 3 rooms, 913; single room, $5.
4 9QI FIFTH-FRONT ROOM AND KITCH-
J-—IJ2 en, furnished complete for housekeeping.
C r.9 FIFTH, NEAR HOWARD-SUITE OF
%JxJ-* rooms for housekeeping, also 2 single rooms.
Q£Q FOLSOM-LAHGE SUNNY FURNISHED
.OUO bedroom and kitchen; yard; complete
1 »jTIPFOLgbM, COR. NINTH— FRONT BAY-
X^tX window rooms; kitchen; 910, 912 50:
others. -r- » -\
. COO HARRISON, NR. THIRD— FRONT AND
I OO back parlor for housekeeping: rent 914.
99 HERMANN-3 SUNNY front rooms
--— for housekeeping, 97: upstairs.
HACk howard— a OR 3 SUNNY ROOMS
tiO nicely furnished for housekeeping; private
q^U HOWARD- FURNISHED SUNNY
' tJitJ housekeeping rooms, single or en suite.
1 1 ft') HOWARD-1 OR » HOUSEKEEPING
1 1 v<-. rooms: pleasant place.
1 14.9 HOWARD-2 FRONT sunny BAY-
J J t_ window housekeeping rooms; range; rent
?• 1 00.
1 fifta HOWARD — 2 Oil a FURNISHED
-LVJKJU rooms, bay-window, complete for house-
keeping; gas; private family; rent reasonable.
4J7 MINNA- 2 LARGE, SUNNY. NEATLY
■ • - 1 - * furnished rooms suitable for housekeeping.
4(T MINNA — 1 SHED ROOMS FOR
*J^KJ housekeeping; large yard.
Wl^x MINNA—SUNNY FRONT ROOMS COM-
*J * *J plete for housekeeping.
• Ill 1 M'N N A - LARGE FURNISHED
- 1 - x *£ tousBk«eping bay.wludow room; cheap:
■3QB -ilissn.il street. — — —
091 -MISSION -SUNNY HOUSEKEEPING
y~l rooais; single and unites: 95 up.
1 *21 U 11s^'on si.-fi;rnished house-
.l — 1 •' keeping rooms complc:n; no children.
1222 sf?£. lOIf - l 'QR - LARGE FTJK--
- I*"^ nlshed rooms complete for housekeeping.
1 O MOSK, Olf HOWARD, NEAR SEVENTH
1U — Jw ° furnished rooms tor housekeeping. - - ;
605 J iA T MA - 2 I'ARGB FURNISHED
\j\j*j front rooms for housekeeping; also single.
GAPL *ATOMA— TWO SUNNY FURXJSHE'D
Uttc? rooms complete for hoiiKekeepiiiK: 9P. |
Ninth Street. ; , "• \ '-.
■ 1 9fil NI^TH- FRONT HOUSEKEKPINa
J ~\Jii and single rooms; 91 to 93 per week. •
■1 07 SEVENTH— TWO SUITES FURNISHED
X O^l housekeeping rooms: rent $8 and «10. -
- 1 SEVENTH - LARGE ROOMS FOR
lOt bousekeeplas; complete; reasonable.
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS — Continued.
South Park. • ' t '
• ■ • ... ___^^ . ' \
09 SOUTH PARK— I OR 2 LARGE SUNNY
O£ rooms furnished for houseiceep ng-
yfAQ STEVENSON ST. CORNER FIFTH— 2
ttUO rooms furnished complete for housekeeping.
:"- "i— ■ ■ v Teliama Street.
71 7 TEHAMA.BET. EIGHTH AND NINTH—
111 Two rooms for .housekeeping; rent
>%09 WASHINGTON - SUNNY UNFU R- I
O\'-~ nished housokeeplng rooms; running water. I
.'■■! I •.!■•■! l:i-.ieou».
SW. COR. HAVES AND LAGUNA-SUNNY
tT* bay-window rooms, suitable for doctor. *
ROOMS TO LET.
tight h street.
QHERMAN APARTMENT HOUSE, 28 BTH
0 si., near Market; furnished and unfurnished.
! Ins street.
THE RAMON A, 130 ELLIS ST., SAN FRAN-
-1 Cisco, MRS. KATE S. HART, manager— Just
opened; a newly furnished, well-appointed, quiet ;
house, containing 160 rooms, large and small; i
sunny rooms, single or en suite; gas and electricity,
hot and cold running water in each room; elevator
and fire escapes: situate convenient to the busi-
ness center of the city, principal hotels and thea-
ters; electric-cars direct ;o ferry and park pass the
•;-■ Fifth Street.
I fjQ FIFTH— SUNNY SINGLE AND DOUBLE
±W rooms to let, from 91 60 to $3 a week.
i olsom Street,
<J>/» LARGE SUNNY FURNISHED FRONT |
<JpD. room for lor 2. 736 Folsom st. |
OQQI FOLSOM— 2 FRONT ROOMS; CHEAP.
000% a young men, or man and wife.
91 Q GEARY— LARGE FRONT ROOM SUIT-
— 1 • > able for business. Key 217.
Golden Ohio Avenue.
91 Q GOLDEN GATE AYE. — FURNISHED
— jX»7 double and single rooms; reasonable.
G OLD E N GATE A V . — NICELY FUR- !
OOU nlshed rms. ; suitable for 1 and 2; 98 and 99. j
1 I />A GRANT AYE.-LARGE SUNNY
li-U front and back rooms, single and en j
suite: all modern 1 improvements, stationary f
stands, grates, tiling, etc. Prices, single rooms 91
a week, double rooms 91 60, front suites 92 a week.
Harrison Street. -\ : V
A-\ Q HARRISON (RINCON HILL)— LARGE
■jt.Lv Bunnyroom; bath.
CXX HARRISON-FINE FURNISHED ROOM
UOO suitable for 2 or 3: running water.
719 HOWARD-SUNNY SINGLE ROOMS, 91
I o:^ a week; also double, cheap.
QQQ HOWARD (THE ORLANDO)— NICELY j
I'Ow furnished rooms, single and suites, from
91 50 to 93 50 per week; open all night: transient.
OQQ JESSIE, BET. FOURTH AND FIFTH—
DiJt' Sunny housekeeping rooms; reasonable.
907 JONES — THE VAN WINKLE: NEW
—V' I management; elegant ninny suites and
single; newly furnished; bain, etc. ; SlO to *HO.
1 f\± KEARNY— FURNISHED FRONT SUITE
XU"± with use of piano 20; unfurnished $15\
A RLIJNGTON MOUSE, 127 KK AKNY-PLEA3-
A ant sunny rooms, en suits and single; first class
in every respect; terms reasonable. ..."•.
Lark in Street. ' ; >:
1717 LARKIN(FIKST FLAT)— ROOM
111 private family: 96: references exchanged.
"VOSEMITE HOUSE, 1045 MARKET -PER
X night, 35c to 91; week, 91 50 to $5: families.
6 MARTHA PLACE, OFF GEARY. NR. TAT-
lor Sunny room, 8; private house.
1 (\n MASON- 2 SUNNY, ELEGANTLY FUR-
-1 \J\) nlshed front rooms; also single. •
Mm mi >ireui.
/jrrr MINNA— SUNNY FURNISHED FRONT
tO i room for light housekeeping.
Mil MINNA. COR. BTH— NEWLY FURNISH-
-00 4 ed bay-window rooms: 91 week; transient.
■/;,-■'.'■;■■-;.' \. *«"V?' : ; ■: .Mission street. _ . . , r _ .■_
•I ~(\ MISSION— SINGLE ROOMS, 16c NIGHT,
*>•'*" 91 week: doable room 25c night.
EUROPE HOUSE, 1169 MISSION— NICELY
furnished rooms, single or en suite; transients.
C MOSS— 4 ROOM& ,-•
9' NINTH-NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS;
— O single and suites.
lQ' NINTH - FURNISHED ROOM SUIT-
XO«J able ior2 men.
A Q OAK — $5;; BUNNY ROOMS FOR RE-
jO gpectable working women; private; day
home for children.
1n O OCTAVIA, COR. WEBSTER— CLEAN,
X \J±. sunny front room.
79Q 1 O'FARRELL— NICELY' FURNISHED
4 — < >•» rooms in private family; gents preferred.
1 a o] O'FARRELL— nicely FURNISHED
HOI front room, suitable for 1 or 2 gentlemen;
reasonable. «• «-"t, '>'"■...
PINE— ROOMS FOR GENTLEMEN; 96
\j£X up; BUnny, quiet; gas; running water.
Ql O POLK -ELEGANTLY FURNISHED AL-
t/lo cove sunny front room: bay-window; new
carpets, furniture; suitable for 2 young men or
couple; also handsomely furnished single- rooms;
gas, bath: running water. - ■'
1 91 A IPuLK - LARGE FURNISHED ROOM.
J- ■fa' It 2 suitable for man and wife or 2 gentlemen.
KflO NICELY FURNISHED SUNNY
*J\JO rooms: suites or single; very reasonable.
7AA POST- LARGE SUNNY" ( 'OR KR AL-
-1 \JVJ cove room; hot and cold water; gag;
grate; bath; for lor 2 gentlemen.
99c POWELL, COR. OEARY— LARGE FUR-
***■" rushed sunny corner room.
m SIXTH— CHEAPEST IN CITT; FUR-
nlshed single rooms.
41 7 STOCKTON-SINGLE FRONT; ROOM
ttX I 95, one at 96, sunny: week or month.
THE ALF,XANDRIA, 781 SUTTER— ELE-
gant rooms: first-class dining-room; elevator.
Tenth Street. ""
Q941 TENTH- NEATLY FURNISHED
O^tv room. ■•■■■■ '
WINCHESTER HOUSE-44 THIRD. NEAR
»» Market; most convenient and respectable- 20U
rooms 26c to 91 BO per night ; «1 60 to $« per week: :
eiectnc lights Id even- room: wading r'm : irao bus.
BOARDING AND ROOMS,;
Q'Jir POST, NR. HYDE-~silrh.LV FURNISIID
*-)<JU large front room; good board lor 2 gents.
lino BUSH-WELL-FURNISHED SUNNY
xxxjo rooms, with or without board ; references.
£9] suasc-suN v FRONT sun WITH
KJAX tine board, for two 930; single, 920.
109 "b'FA It KLL - PLEASANT HOME;
I VJU first-class table: sunny suite or single.-
Ti\ 9 POST — »est~tXble^boahd, »is a
11— month: sunny single room with board, «20:
all the comforts of home. , - ■■..-.. J
MICELY " FURNISHED ROOMS: UNSOR-
Xi passed for neatness and comfort; 50c, 75c and
$1 per day; 92, $2 50, 93 per week and up; 98 to
$30 mo. Hiickmeler's Hotel. GEO. ORUENia, Pr.
BEST TABLE BOARD IN THE CITY; «4 85
week. 910 a month, at Hackmcier's Hotel.
HACK ME 1 1: R'S^aOTEL, 123-129 EDDY ST "
new management: GKOROE ORUENIG, pro^
prletor; board and room 96 and : 96 a week and up.
HOTEL BKRTLING. 714 i>USH-A FAMILY
hotel: references given and required: all mod-
ern conveniences. -;*:».•. '■•]'■,,•■• ■■_•>■:: .-. ■r-;•- ■*
.CHEAPEST AND BEST IN AMERICA-THE
17 WEEKLY CALL, sent to any address In the
United Suites or Canada one year for 51 60 post-
fZ(- free. • . ; , . vT" ;
. CHILDKEN BOAKOED,'
Vfu RSK^WANTK I N^FANTOR^OL DE iTcHILD
X\ to board; very reasonable. 2919 S-ixieenth st.
W ANTED-UHILD TO BOARD: "n7?Fun dkr
'I i years; be"»t of carp. Apply this ortict.
ANTKD— 2 OK. 3 CHILDREN ill Boa mi;
good clean home and eood care; terms reason-
able; all one family prpfered. • 1431 Sanchez st.,
near Twenty-ninth, Mfssion-su car.
ONE OK MORE CHILDREN TO BOARD-
r mother 1 care; reasonable. 134 Collins st. '
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8, 1896.
STORES TO LET. . ,
O~TIIET~CH^AP^sIirATLTB*ItAN / CH^^
cry, with rooms. r Twentieth, near Castro: 912.
pORNER BTORE, 421 THIRD ST.? LARGE
\J cellar; well suited for saloon or grocery-store.
STORE ABLE BUTCHER OR FRUIT-
-118 Fiilmore st. ; cheap rent. Inquire rear.
41 U FOURTH-SMALL STORE. WITH ROOM
SA&cCT Mont^n\ery^ y ** "' "'
OFFICES TO LET. —
OPRECKELS, BUILDING. 927 > MARKET—
0 Elegant sunny offices; low rent; electric-light;
beating and janitor service free. Apply at build-
ing or G. H. UMBSEN & CO., 14 Montgomery st.
(CALIFORNIA SAFE DEPOSIT BUII/prNG^
\J Offices 910 and upward, including janitor's ser-
vices, heut, electric and gas lights. Apply at room
622J0 A. K. BUCKINGHAM. ■> m
EASTERBROOK BUILDING, 20 AND 24
Geary St.; very central; modern ' offices; ele-
vator: electric lights; cheap. Apply room 32.
STABLES TO LET. ? '
kJ Brannan st.
IJEAUTIFUL LARGE STABLE; 2414 CALI-
-icl e? rn i a | St ' : reDt c * eapL A PP Iy * oom a P. Chron-
HOTKL TO let.
L House, 317-819 Bush St.: this well-known
hotel is thoroughly renovated and considerably
improved and may compare with the best secoud-
class hotel in I his town. MADISON A BURKE."
; PIANOS, VIOLINS, ETC, :
I^XO FINE new" upkigUFTfianol
fJTXtjyj. this is a big bargain. 115 Seventh st.
<Et]9'S UPKIGHT PIANO: GOOD . CONDI.:
V,,- fu * U0 " : C * Sh Or installments. JOB Mo-
-'. Ulster si.
T ADY OBLIGED TO PART WITH HER
-»^ steinway ).iano offers it at agreat sacrifice; im-
mediate sale necessary. Room 10, 809 Market st.
QQ^v PIANO; GOOD CONDITION. SCHMITZ,
<glOtJ.lt) McAllister st., next Hlbernia Bank.
(DjXA. ELEGANT PIANO: FIRST-CLASS
*U;o\-/. make, 95 installments. 221 Le&venwoith.
A LL you; want is' value FOR YOUR
-^»- money; investigate these prices and be con-
vinced; the new seven-bar uutoharps£- the five-
.w r »- ■ 1110 ' 1 * 1 '] 1 $4 ; a seventeen inlaid rosewood
ribbed mandolin 25: the orlze-wiuner guitar
25; solid walnut and oak organs, new, 947 60;
elegant new upright pianos In any style case, wal-
nut, mahogany, oak, $187; one trial will convince
y t° u - J- HARRY SCOTT, 929 Market at., Spreck-
oi» MONTHLY installments- 1 • NEW
KPy Emerson rosewood upright; 8 pedals and
iolding cover: price 9X76. -418 Kills, room 22.
pi-a.NOS — 590, 9100, ]^150: " GREAT BAR-
-- gains. MAUVA 157 69 Market st. : ,
A SHAW, *425: 2 STEIN WAYS, 9216, 9195:
sommer, *185; squares. $25, $55: rents $2
up, allowed on purchase. : HEINE, 386 Ellis st.
/^ELEBRATED HAINES BROS., BUSH ■16
\J Gens and Knabe p anos: being overstocked
wholesale prioes will rule during the next 30 days.
A. L, BANCROFT A Co., 88* Post St., 8. F.
j A RRIVKD— LOT OF CELEBRATED HIGH-
-f»- grade T. L. Neumann pianos; prices and terms
moderate. H. LVEDERS, 82 Ninth st.
A RE YOU.DtbIROUS OF-t)BTAINING A
-*»- good piano at a low price and upon very easy
terms? Then investigate our new rent-contract
plan. SHERMAN, CLAY a- CO., Steinway repre.
sentatlvesfor the Pacific Coast, SW. cor. liearuy
and Sutter ats. ■
\4T M. G. BADGER, 28 O'FARRKLL. ROOM 1,
•* first floor; sole agents llallet v Davis pianos;
pianos, organs sold for cash or installments.
TEINWAY. $165; WEBEit. $260: SMALL
upright, 980; bargains. BRUENN, 228 Post.
pONOVEB PIANOI A 8 GOOD AS NEW;
I V great sacrifice. Thu F. W. bPENCER COM-
! FASfY. 338 Post st. . ; . . .■:,.■
hTckeringTknabk, STECK.VOSE, STER-
\J ling pianos: see our new piano 9187; pianos
ior renL BENJ. CURTAZ & SON. 18 O'Farreli.
~<Si 1 7k 'CASH OR INSTALLMENTS: WEBER
<IP J- • «-*. upright: perfect order 1019 Van Ness.
1 \ECKER BROS., BTEINWAV.FISCHER AND
■*-' other erst -class makes of pianos: little used;
cheap for cash or on easy terms. K.OHLEK &
j CHASE. 28 and 30 O'Farreli «t. •
1? AS V TERMS;. LOW PRICES. KOHLER &
i TJYRON MAUZY, 308 TOST ST.-ROHMER,
I ■*-* .\ewhy <fc Evans, BriKSS and other pianos.
j CUPERIOR VIOLIN*, ZITHERIS. OLD ANEW
O H. Ml 1.1.KH. mnker. repairer. - !*:iium nlaoe.
•^-v ual instruction in shorthand, typing,
bookKeeping, etc.; life scholarship 960; low rates
per ween and month. •
GUITAR MANDOLIN. PIANO AND VOCAL
lessons: 93 ma MARY' WESTHAUS, 39 Fifth.
A RS. MELVILLE SNYDER, STUDIO 614 SUT-
j >»-•-. ter; teacher vocal music,, piano, elocution:
I dramatic elocution a specialty; vocal Shakespear-
| fan classes; stago dancing; nilnuet. gavotte, etc.
I « e n ch. < i 1 (Man . SPANISH— EVENING
X classes; 92 month. School, Flood building.
SPANISH, FRENCH ACADEMY. CASTILIAN
and Parisian. 8 lessons w.; 93 m. Maze bid, r.37.
BOOKKEEPING TAUGHT PRACTICALLY,
better than In any college on earth; 6 wks: no
one teaches my rapid calculations. TARR.6S9 Mkt.
A CADEMY OF DANCING. MIBBEBHUDDY;
-^1- private and class. 6a Hyde: terms moderate.
UKENCH.SPANISH.ETC; Prof.DE PILIPPE'S
X Academy of Languages, 320 Post st lestab'd 1871
1 OBEPH GREVEN, -.VOICE -"IMPROVER.- 82
0 Ninth st. ■
V P a I SH, FRENCH, GERMAN; MODERATE.
Melsterschaft School Languages, 122 O'Farreli se
'OICE BUILDING. PANTOMIME AND ACT-
V ing. LEO COOPER, 814 Geary st.
A YRES. THE LEADING SHORTHAND COL-
-^V. lege: individual instruction; 4 months' course;
cay and evening 325 Montgomery st.
BE LA SCO'S LYCEUM SCHOOL OF ACTING—
Private theatricals arranged; pupils rehearsed
on stage. R. 5 and 12, 1.0.0. F. block, 7th and Mkt.
SCHOOL ELECTRICAL, CIVIL, MINING, ME-
O chanical engineering, surveying, architecture,
assay; estab. '64. VAN DER NAILLEN, 723 MkL
HEALD'S BUSINESS COLLEGE, IMPOST ST.
Bookkeeping, buelneu practice, shorthand,
typing, electrical engineer.' ng:, telegraphy, medera
lmguagea rapidly taught. Write for catalogue.
V IGHTbCHOOL-.tIKALD'SBUS. COLLtA, ii
Xi Post: com mercinl, shorthand. English : low ra'ei
\riOLI.N, MANDOLIN, CELLO, BANJO- REA-
V sonable. PROF. FRANCIS. 1045 Vi Valencia.
/ IHEMISTRY~A~NI> ASSAYING. CUNNING-
\J barn's Schooi. .or. Onnrv aiKl l'o^v^<^l| his.
"VTOTICE TO CREDITORS— E3T AT E^oTTjULIA
-li A. M. COLLINS, deceased. Notice Is hereby
given by the undersigned, administratrix of the es-
tate of said deceased, to the creditors of, and all per-
sons having claims against the said deceased, to ex-
hibit them with the necessary vouchers within four
months after the first publication of this notice, to
the said udmlnistratrlx, at the office of Page. Mc-
Cutchen & Eells, room 5, ninth floor, Mills build-
ing, the same being the place for the transaction
of the business of the said estate, In the City and
County of San Francisco, State of California.
BERTHA L. ANDERSON, tdmiuistratrix- of
tbe estate of JULIA A. M. COLLINS, deceased.
Dated at San Francisco. April 1. 1896.
CUTY AND COUNTY TKA.AUUAY, sTjT
) Francisco. .March 21, 1896,— 1n compliance
with the provisions of section 5 of order 1698 of
the Board of Supervisors, approved September 15 -
1880, there will be sold at public autlon by K. H.
Spear & Co., at their salesrooms, 31 and 33 Sinter
street, on MONDAY, April 20, 1896, at 10 o'clock
a. m., sundry articles of stolen, lost and unclaimed
property recovered by r the police force of Wan
Francisco, as detailed in an inventory thereof on
file in the oflice of the Clerk of the Board of Super-
visors, and consisting of jewelry, wearing apparel,
pistol*, knives, etc. I Open for inspection on- morn-
ing of sale. :■■■ . . A. C. WIDBER, -
■ --.-•■- City and County Treasurer. -
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATS
of California in and for the City and County of
Son .Francisco. Department No. 10.
In the matter of the application for ; voluntary
dissolution of ''The San Ysldro Investment Com-
pany" (a corporation). Notice .of bearing. . No.
. rllottce' Is hereby given that The San Ysidro In-
vestment Company, a corporation formed under
the laws of the State of California, has presented
to the Superior Court of the State of California in
and for the City and County of San Francisco an
application praying . to be * dissolved, and ■ that
MONDAY, the 20th day of April, 1898, at the
hour of 10 o'clock a. m. of that day, or as soon
thereafter as counsel can he beam, ana the court-
room of Department No. 10 of said Superior Court
in and for the City and County of San Francisco, at
the new City Hall, San Francisco, California, are
nppolnted as the time and place at which said ap-
plication will be heard. ■■:•
. In witness whereof 1 have hereunto set my hand
and affixed the seal of said Superior Court this
12th day of March, 1896. • .
[Seal.]' C. F. CURRY, County Clerk.
* - • By WM. R. A. JOHNSON,
Deputy County Cleric and ex-ofliclo Deputy Clerk
of tho Superior Court. -■■ ; .
DONALD Y. CAMPBELL, Attorney for Peti-
tioners. -■•,..•• -:•-■;■■ -:■'■■ - - . .
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE
X of California, in and for the City and County of
Ban Francisco. Department No. 10. ; A, , >
in the matter of the appllcat'on for voluntary
dissolution of "The Dinsmore Water Company"
(a corporation).' ■Notice of hearing. No.' 13,949. %
. Notioe is hereby given tbMThc Dinsmore Water
Company, a corporation formed under the laws of
the State Of California, has presented to the supe-
rior Court of the State of California In - and for the
City and County of San Francisco -an application
praying to oe | dissolved, and • that | MONDAY, tIM
20th day of April, 1896, at the hour of 10 o'clock
a. M. of that day, or as soon, thereafter .'■ as counsel
can be heard, and tbecourtroom of department No
10 of said Superior Court in and for the. City and
County of i San iranciHco, : In the new y Hall,
San Francisco, - Cat,, aro appointed ■as the time
and place at which said application will be heard
1 In witness whereof I have hereunto 'set my hand
and affixed the - seal of said • Superior Court this
12th duy of March, 1896. ■ ,;, ,\\ u ~,
- [Seal.J ' C, F. CURRY, County Clerk.
% ; ;* ~ By WM.R. A.JOHNSON,
Deputy County Clerk and ■ ex-officio Dopuiy Clerk
of the superior Court. •■ - . ■ * --• ./ . .
DONALD Y. CA JiPBELU Attorney for Peti-
tioners. - • - .
, ' . CITY REAL . : ESTATE, -.^. '■ .
■]piH: UMBSEN &coT~~ r ~ rT ~': ~ V " " ■" >_ :"'■/•."^
REAL ESTATE AGENTS, RENT COLLECTORS
AND AUCTIONEERa- ." :
14 Montgomery St.. near Market.,
Call and obtain one of onr"Reai Estate Records,"
which contain a list of properties in all parts of.
the city. . ./ v , ■ .■ ,/ : .
IMPROVED PROPERTIES. ;
WESTERN- ADDITION RESIDENCE AT .
A BARGAIN. ' ' '„
flt Ql AA -MCE BAY-WINDOW COTTAGE
«IpO_UU. of 6 rooms and bay-windows; brick
foundation, stone walks, etc.; 25x90; street ac-
FLATS MUST BE SOLD TO CLOSE ESTATK.
BIDS WILL BE RECEIVED UP TO APRIL
10: 410-12 Pase St., nr.." Buchanan; N. side.:
flats and •_' cottages; 2 lots, 27:6x120and 26:8x60:
2 frontages. __
2-STORY HOUSE ON MCALLISTER ST.
< 1 iU\(\ ■ 2-STORY AND ATTIC; PARTLY
<pIUUU. finished house: suitable for 2 flats;
could be finished for a few hundred dollars and be
made a paying investment ; 25x137:6. . ■. • ..■
IOTRERO-5 MINUTES' WALK FROM UNION
IRON WORKS. . - '
<BI 1 1 f\f\ CHEAP; 2-STORY HOUSE OF 6
<iJP 1 IUIJ. rooms, etc.; 26x100; this Is a bar-
gain; owner desirous of going East; house only 1
year old. _____
NICE RESIDENCE ON GOLDEN GATE AVK.
<Bi-17£n 2-STORY BAY-WINDOW RKSI-
<r>T: t <JU. dence of 8 rooms and bath; brick
foundation, etc.; 30x100. -
FLATS ON PINE ST. •--■','•'
<C»Qp:nn : 2 NEARLY NEW ILATB, OF 4
'iOxfyf. and 6 rooms and bath each: brick
foundation, etc.; rent $ 32 per month;. 25x137:6.
DEVISADERO ST. INVESTMENT.
StAO^iX NEAR GEARY ST., WEST SID_;
yr"t<i-Ul'. choice business block; cottage of 4
rooms; 25x80: stores would pay well.
COTTAGE NEAR 26TH AND MISSION STB.
<_1 1 'fkfl 4 ROOMS AND FINISHED BASE-
tIpJ- J_ \J\J. meut, etc. ; chicken-house, etc. large
lot; 25x122:6. ; '-y , _
HOWARD ST. FLATS.
u2ft/\riA '& NICE NEARLY NEW BAY- i
iJPOUUU. window flats of 6 and 5 rooms and
bath each; brick foundation, etc.; stone walks;
rent $38 per mouth ; 25x75- .
LOVELY RESIDENCE IN THE MISSION
ffl»p;r/-krv BEAUTIFUL NEW EASTLAKE
«]PU«JUU. house of 8 rooms and bath; all mod-
ern improvements and conveniences; stable and
driveway ;. 25x 122 :6.
ELLIS ST., NEAR LARKIN.
ft:! f\ hAA - SUBSTANTIAL 2 -STORY !
tJpJLU.OUU. houses; 27:6x120; 2 frontages;
both streets accepted.
FOUR FLATS ON SACRAMENTO ST.
fl>/»1 rjfr REXT|SBPISR MONTH: 4 FLATS: '
tJrU.— I «J. 4 rooms each; brick foundation; stone
walks, eta; street acceptea; 27x100. .. : - '
G. H. UMBSEN & CO., 14 Montgomery st.
OFARRELL CO., AGENTS, .■:;./
REAL ESTATE AGF.NTS,
! HOUSE-BROKERS AND AUCTIONEERS,
11 MONTGOMERY ST,
m»97rA sutter ST.. NEAR central
«JP — J I O\J . aye.; right at transfer polut; lot 35-
©1 C (\f\f\ TAYLOR ST.. NEAR KDDY; 2-
<4T l-O. VJV'yJ. story; 8 rooms and bath; lot
worth the money.
v />nn WEBSTER ST.; PAC. HEIGHTS:
»ir«-»Uv»V7. nearly new residence; 8 rooms and
bath; worth $8000. ■___
<EMZ(\(\(\ PI-VEST.: DOWNTOWN; 2-STORY;
*TJ)UUUv. 8 rooms and bath; 23x76; rents $40.
fflj.rXAA GHOVE ST., NEAR WEBSTER: 2-
(lPv'vvv/. story; 8 rooms and bath; 25x137:6.
m»f>7rn RENTS $60; GROVE ST.; TWO
»JpU I O\J. flats; 5 and 6 rooms and bath; 2 cot-
tages in rear; will exchange equity for unim-
proved property in city; mortgage of $2300.
HAVE YOU. SEEN THEM?
Those beautiful lots that we are selling for
■Every one Is level.'
The street work is done. ; - -.■.'•.
And then less than a block from Mission st. and
the electric-cars We have a full assortment of
hulMiin; lots as positive bargains for home site or
Investment. Apply either at our branch ottice,
Mission si. and China aye., or at
O'FARRELL & CO.'S,
, ; 11 Montgomery st.
Branch office open every day in the week, Sun-
C. BEMIH. ■.■ • ■ "^ i ~~
. REAL ESTATE AND LAND AGENT,
324 MONTGOMERY ST.
V. FOR SALE. . , : . ;
120x195— NW. cor. of A st. and 27th aye.; as a
whole or in subdivisions. • • ■•
#11,000— cor. Pacific aye. and Baker st.; 55x
137:6 feet. . ►-■:,..
$2600— E.. side of stanyan St., bet- Carl and
Frederick; 26x100 feet.
$450— San Carlo* Villa lot: 100x150 feet.
$6700— 50x127:6 feet on Jackson st., overlook'
ing the Presidio and bay. ■. ■. v
$6000—2 modern houses of 8 rooms each, at
partc; 25x137:6 feetj electrio road passes houses:
make offer. • - • , • ■ ■ ■
$2500— 2-story 8-roomed house on . Harrison st.,
bet. First ana Fremont. -
$400— Lot on Duncan St.. bet. Noo and Castro: 25
ill 4 feet. ■ -- ■ ■•■ ■
«85()0-Elegant W. comer of Cole and Carl sts.
$Wo— Choice building lots north of park. -
OUR GREAT ' ~"
CREDIT AUCTION SALE,
THURSDAY, APRIL 16, :
IN OUR SALESROOM, AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
ENTIRE BLOCK, BOUNDED BY BAKER,
MCALLISTER AND LYON STS. AND
GOLDEN GATE AYE.: 37 SUPERB
BUILDING LOTS. TERMS ONLY 14 CASH,
BALANCE IN 1, 2 AND 3 YEARS.
BALDWIN «fc HAMMOND, 10 Montgomery st.
W mi. BUILD HOMK.S to SUIT O.V LOTS IN
»' Lfckeview, nr. electric cars; terms about the
same as rent. THE MCCARTHY CO., 646 Mar-
ket St., San Francisco. ■•-
OR SALE— ELEGANT room HOUSE.
. done by day's work; salon parlors; reception
and billiard rooms; furnace heat; beautiful garden;
stone walks: view Golden Gate Park. 1 1917 Oak.
A f ARKET-STRBET PROPERTY. . ... ~
READY FOR BUILDING.
■ -NEAR VALENCIA. : v . '
Rare chance for investors to buy below the mar-
ket value. Save commission and time. Address
O. N. R.. box 9, this office. -- ; - . ,-, - :
fflji (inn WILL SECURE "a NEW BAY-WlN-
«t_l-— .y>\J \J dow cottnse; modern improvements;
basement; lot 25x100; South Brodsrlck sU, near
Haight. Apply 1330 Mission st.
<2j?fAil CORNER; 61x100: IN BERKELEY;
tjn«-»\J\J. on railroad; $10 monthly.
Corner; 60x100, with creek. I
*1 600— Corner; 100x100; macadamized.
91000— Corner; 100x100; $15 monthly.
$175— Lot 25x136; $10 down« $5 monthly.
. CHA3. A. BAILEY, 20 Montgomery st.
MODERN 2-STORY DWELLING, 7 ROOMS;
bath, basement and attic, built for $2600: flats
an ' cottages built at most reasonable rates. Call and
sec plans. Jas. McCONAHKY, 1149 Mission St.
~~~ : MONEY TO LOAN,
AKLAND LOANm'oN FIRST MORTGAGES
on Improved real estate secured on short notice
at current rates of interest. HI'UU M. CAM-
ERON, 478 Ninth St., Oakland.
MONEY LOANED ON JEW-LRY AND
other valuables ' at the Security Loan Office,
1106 Market st.. nr. Mason: private entrance 7 Turk. '
/TkIRECT ON YOUR FURNITURE OR PIANO;
"J-» no removal: no delays; no commissions: low
interest. Km. 68, Donohue bldg, 1170 Market st.
IG CAPITAL IN 1 TRUST AT 9 PEK CENT":
the same rate on a 2d mortgage or any other
security, or across the bay. Coin, box 18, Call Office.
iA'.vNCE ON LIFE INSURANCE, . LEOA-
oles, pianos; lowest rates. 215 Sansome, rm 5.
ORTG AGES, LOANS ON COLLATE A
low rates. Hylvain Haloman & C 0. ,328 Montgy
"IST&2D MORTGAGES: INTERESTS IN ES-
XtHteg;lowest rates : no del ny .MURPHY ,628 Mrku
ffljßnil 4 inn ON KEal -STATE; LOWEST
ADVANCES ON DIAMONDS.JEU'ELKY, KTC
-fV Columbia Loan & Collateral Office. 9 Granc aye,
NY AMOUNT: IST, 2D or 3D MORTGAGE*:"
estates, undivided interests, real estate in pro.
bate.' McCOLOAN. 24 Montgomery,' room* 2-S.
— L._l I———.———————,
; PAWNBROKERS; i v.
AT 128 KEARiTy ■ ST.. ROOM 9-~MONISY
loaned, watches, diamonds, etc.; low rates: pri-
vato rooms; elevator; pledges for sal 1 cheap. -' - . '
'-: : .. •: '■:.'.. : FINANCIAL. :.:!'.' \ }"■■
<Bi 1 (\(\ TTrw an " on i life~TnBur^
•4P — u".V V/v» ance policies; bankbooks bought!
ii.so Cripple Creek mining stocks. JOSEPH B.
TOPLITZ. room 9, 330 Pine St.
!dh 7nn ! ON (NEW. • 6-ROOM HOUSE ; • LOT
»Ip IUI/. 100x166; 225 feet from Han Pablo
Interest 8 per cent. Also $3600 on improved crop-
erty, 120x250, on San Pablo aye. interest 10 per
cent, and other loans from $2CO to 9100,000. at 8
and 10 per cent on gilt-edge security; no expense
to lender. Apply to A. L. WILLED , Golden Gate,
Alumeda County, Cal, ; ; . ' .. : : ' .-, ■' '
L~OAN~— $1000, CONTRA COSTA; NO; 1 BE-
curlty. L. W.,box 48, Call. '■ ■ ■.-■■■-. '<■- •
j ■■:■ ';_ ■- physicTanS! ' ■ r7 ~~'
DON'T FAIL TO CONSULT DR.' JORDAN AT
his museum, 1051 Market st. his 30 years'
successful practice is a guarantee of fair treatment;
the worst cases treated satisfactorily by mall. •,-
REMOVED— DR. C. C. O'DONNELL TO 1208
Market si. : diseases of woman n specialty.
. ■ -.s^-.-.-BIOYCLES.c ; -- :. ; v ..
pAKKWcZEBY^iBW-WHEELS TO _ET;
J- < best . accommodations. Terminus Ovary. - Mc-
Allister and Powell st. car lines.
.- , . : . CITY RE "■'ESTATE.. •■-,:-■;.,,•,:
"nOVEK, TOY '& SONNT.AG/ ;
REAL ESTATE AGENTS AND AUC-
19 MONTGOMERY STREET, UNDER LICK
HOUSE. i -, ;.
PROBATE SALE!, ' , I ,
; Pi'.ORATK SALE! i ' «• ■; '•■'
AT AUCTION! "
TUESDAY, APRIL 14, 1*96!
TUESDAY, APRIL 14, 3836!
TUESDAY, APRIL 14, 1896!
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON, AT SALESROOM!.-
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON, AT SALESROOM!
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON, AT SALESROOM'!
DOWNTOWN RESIDENCE PROPERTY.
I No. 910 Pine street, north side, west of Mason;
modern residence containing - 1Q rooms, bath and
basement; lot -25x62:6; rents $70 per month;
elegantly frescoed throughout. Estate of Isabella
T. Marclnkowski. Kale subiect to confirmation by
Probate Court. .
VALENCIA STREET PROPERTY.
Nos. 1245 and 12451 Valencia St.. east side. ad
Joining the corner of Twenty-fourth; 2 modern bay-
window fists, containing 5 and 6 rooms and bath
each; rents $40 per month: lot 25x90. Estate of
Thomas W, G. Graham, ale subject to confirma-
tion of Probate Court. >
, WESTERN ADDITION FLATS.
Nos. 2725 to 2731 Pine at., south side, west of
Devisadero: 2 houses, containing 4 separate flats
of 4 and. 5 rooms and bath: lots 25.^137:6 each;
rents $83 per month; will be sold as a whole or in
subdivisions. Estate of John .Hcnnnel, • Sale sub-
ject to confirmation of Probate Court.
Nos. 1223 to 1231 Broadway street and Nos. I
to 24 Bridge place, off south side of Broadway,
east of Hyde: 2 stores and 5 separate flats on
Broadway, and 24 tenements on Bridge place,
consisting of 8 rooms each: total rents $189 per
month: lot 81;6xi:i7t6 feet ■ with an L 25x67:6:
portion of ground vacant can be further improved.
Sale account of the Mczes estate. ■.--%•.<•
' WESTERN ADDITION BUILDING LOT. '
Page street, south side, 50 feet west of Lyon:
size 25x100; street work nil done: lot level and
ready for building. Sale account of Mezes estate.
EXCELSIOR HOMESTEAD LOT. ;"
Portion of block 23, Excelsior Homestead ; front- .
Ing Amazon avenue. Paris and Lisbon streets, be-
ing 2 corners and 6 inside lots; size 200:6x95:8.
Sale account of Mezes estate. v-yj ;; ■■■
Thirty-fourth avenue, west side, worth of B street;
6 lots, 26x120 each; to be sold as a whole.
-Lot 12, block 825, South San Francisco Home-
stead and hnllroad Association: size 75x100 feet.
Lot 2, block 205, South San Francisco Homestead
and Railroad Association; size 75xi00 feet.
lots 358 and 360, Silver Terrace Association)
size 60x100. -'.....
Sale account of M»2es estate.
CHEAP MISSION FLATS. :,^;.*v"
No. 87. Powell avenue, off Mission street, near
28th St., only y« block from Mission-st. electric-
cars and Valencia cable-car^ ; 2 separate flats of 3
rooms each; lot 26x100. Sale on account of bank
foreclosure --sf.- 1 .*;?.
MoALLISTER-ST. BUSINESS PROPERTY.
Nos. 702 and 704 McAllister »t.,'N. side, W. of
and adjoining the corner of Hough; .H-story mod-
ern building, consisting of 2 stores, living-rooms
and basements each; 2 separate flats above of 8
rooms and bath each; total rents $116 per month;
lot size 34:1 nix! oo. -
MISSION RESIDENCE PROPERTY.
No. 710 Twenty-first St., N. side, near Valencia:
house contains 9 rooms ani bath; rents #35 per
month 1 lot 24x115, with L 20x50.
PACIFIC HEIGHTS PROPERTY.
SE. cor. Central iive. and Jackson st.: vacant
corner lot 95:21,4x100:11; ready for buildiuz;
commanding superb view.
- — -ALSO .:/---■•;■;
210 Central aye., udjoiniugabovc corner; 2-story
dwelling containing 9 rooms, bath, etc. ; routs $40
I per month: lot 32:6x100:11; property will be sold
as a whole or in subdivisions.
NEW WESTERN ADDITION FLATS.
1328 Hayes St., N. side, near Broderick; 3 mod- i
crn fiats containing 6 anil 7 rooms and hnth each;
total rents $74 50 per month: lot 25x137:6; cars
pass the door; street work done.
DOWNTOWN INCOME PROPERTY.
Nos. 720 to 726 Powell st., east side, b.-t. Fin*
and California sts. ; 4 modern flats, containing 7
and 8 rooms and bath each; latest Improvements
throughout: total rents $16a per month;. lot
44x112:6 feet; very central location.
North line of California aye., bet. : Howard and
Mission sts. ; size 25x100; street work all done; lot
level and ready for building; terms easy if de-
sired. .- -
For catalogue of sale and further particulars
Of property apply to .
/■-.. '■:/ BOVEE. TOY A SONNTAG, ,-
■';,'."■■ • ; J: 19 Montgomery st.
COUNTRY REAL ESTATE.
<DJI A f\(\r\ WILL BUY A SPLENDID BUSI-
«InIT.UUU hp»« block, which bring* 500 in-
come per year and is under a lease for six years.
W. G. HAWLEY CO.. . •
_^____ 17 South First at., San Jose, Cal. ■
OR SALE— VERY MCE FOOTHILL FRUIT
: ranch, containing 160 ucres, with 18 heua of i
cattle, small vineyard, a number of fruit trees of !
several varieties, nice house and other improve-
ments: located In a thriving mining district, where
product can be sold at eood prices; % this property
for sal* at a, bargain. Further particulars see J. F.
CROSETT „ CO.. 628 Sacramento st. -
OR SALE: SUMMER RESORT, WITH 40 OR
-T 80 acres of land: 3 miles from Santa Cruz: house
of 16 rooms, furnished; carriage, horses, cows and
farm Implements. MRS. ZILLMER, 1009 Mis-
sion St., S. F. . .
rrERMS EASY — 5 ACHES, $175; 15 ACRES
X improved, *400; 20 acres, 10 Jin grain, bouse,
etc.; cheap; 20-acre orchard, 6-room house, $2000,
will trade for Oakland property: 80 acres by town,
$12 80 an acre: several big farms.. M. GRIFFIN,
box 22, cottonwood, Shasta County, Cal. :
\ VALUABLE CONTRA COSTA COU-nTY
V lands for sole on easy terms. . . ' - •■■■•.' .
(KC\(\(\ ACRES; RANCHO BOCA DE LA CAN-
UUUV/ ada del Pinole: 12 miles east of Berk eley,
near narrow-gauge railroad. .-•.-■• • . .
1 QOn ACRES OF CHOICE LEVEL -AND
XO\J\J adjoining Sao. Pablo railroad depot and
Bordering on the bay of San Francisco.
q||() ACRES CHOICE VINEYARD LAND
: Ov'U adjoining the famous vineyunls of the
Mount Diablo and Glen Terry wine companies at
Also 2 tracts of 665 acres each within 3 miles of
the Pinole railroad station. Apply to the owner,
. -4 .'.' , - : SIMON BLUM, Martinez. *
AN RAFAEL AND ROSS VALLEY^- -*.--'.
I .and for sale or exchange by J. TUNSTEAD,
San Rafael, Cal. -.
AKIN COUNTY— SOOO ACRES 26 MIXES
trpsa Ban Francisco. . ' : .
I'M - Rancho de Novato.
■ Tracts cat any size desired; fruit, grain and
vegetable land, no irrigation; both rail and water
transportation; $40 to #76 we* acre; terms made
to suit ; send for circular.
Improved dairy farms for sale with cows.
I SYNDICATE INVESTMENT COMPANY, 84
1 and 66 Chronicle building. '..' -i- ' .■
t^AHM PROPERTIES, ALL KINDS AND ALL
' X sixes, improved and unimproved, for sale in the
best part of Alameda < ounty. ■ Inquire of & H ALZ, ,
Centreville . ' ' . •-
T ITTLE HOMES CLOSE TO ' TOWN: V IM-
' XJ proved; easy terms; also 4, 6 and 12 acre
pieces on 8 and 10 years' credit; B partly improved,
! with small bouse, etc D. H. TWLNG, (Sonoma
City. Inquire 632 Market st.. S. F.
END FOR OUR LIST OF ORCHARD HOMK.J
lor sale. -WOUSTER .<:- WHITTON. San Josa.
AND UPWARD LOTS IN EAST OAK-
i «ID I v land : easy terms. .-' •■ \
DOS per acre; quantity to suit: fine soil; near
tip OO Pleasunton.AlamedaCo. ; terms to suit : also
a few improved cozy country homes near by; 5 to
20 acres at half former value; easy terms; willex-
change. LEE tv KISER, »06 Montgomery, st.
I PROPERTY TO EXCHANGE.
yXrTAi3liE FB.VJT RANCH. :
"'v/ Full bearing, for good Oakland property. Apply
to DE KER, 1020 Market U. • - ; .
1 1 A ACRES SANTA CLARA COUNTY $4000
JL X 14 acres adjoining San Jose for ranch 30,000
2 stores, fi-room flat, for Los Angeles prop- • "
■' s erty ...,;.,.,..,,....,;.........:,......,,.' 6000
4 flats for lodging-house .......:; 6000
WHAT HAVE YOU TO OFFER? , -
I SELL AND EXCHANGE— ■ — — -
All kinds of property. '■ — — —
■-•■-. H. C. PEC'KKH, 1020 Market st., opp. Fifth. \r±
I OQn ACRES TIMBER LAND, KERN CO.;
1 - tQ\J water; fine for cattle-raising. N..bx.l6.Cail
;'.■'• '■ '. ' v --iv.:':.' ; : STORAGE. i ■■. ■; V .;; \:'"/^,
.reduced rales; basement storage, sl 50 per load
;B. SMITH FURNITURE CO., 132 ELLIS;
. low rates; fire-proof building; Eastern : plan. :
STORAGE OF FURNITURE, PIANOS, ETC.
R. F. OaBQRN <fc CO.. 751 and 763 Market st.
pplyVor RATES fok storing furni-
ture, etc. BHIREK & BHIREK, 747 Market. 1
CJTORAQE OF FURNITURE. PIANOS, HOUSE-
D bold goods, etc. J. M. PIERCE, 785 Market at.
ilb6"n BROTHERS,. 1710 MARKET-
»T Storage 1 low rates: ' telephone South 7C'J.-'-
- ": ' '' : SEWING "-. MACHINES. '■•■ '^?' ? : F 'P
/ A I/i KINDS BOUGHT, ; SOLD, EXCHANGE d 7
J\- reined, repaired ; lowest rates. 205 Fourth st.
REAL ESTATE^ ■- .:_■-'.
AM. SPECK & CO., .~ •
• - ? 602 MARKET STREET. i
$ 1650— New cottage and lot 26x90; near Market St.
2000— Lot 5J6.v;120 ft. on McAllister st.
$3000— Store and I nais; rents $30: only a few
.'„ blocks from the City Halt : must soil,
2000— Elegant modern 6-room conaga; select
location: $200 down.
$3000— Business property half bloc* from Market
and Tenth. ■. •*• .■:•-,■ »-r.j
$4900- deduced from *5750; 3 fine flats; rents
$47; 3 car lines. '
$5000—2 new modern Hats near Larkln St.; rents
$50: 2 fronts; mortgage 9-3000.
5000— Elegant residence on Pine si. . ■ ■
BUoo— Klegant residence, with stable and grounds:
suitable for doctor, on Turk st.
$6000—3 flats: Bush St., ne«r Mason; rents $36.
*70U0— store and flats: lot 28x100 feet; near new
m City Hull; rents $68.
$70u0— Nice residence and large lot on Washing-
ton St., near Devisadero.
$8000— Geary st. ; stores and flats; rents $76: lot
37:6x137:6 feet; $3000 cash down.
$8000— Fine residence: mar Suiter and Hyae.
$13,000— Splendid business property; Hayes st,;
rents $123; lot 27:bxl37:ti feet..
*13,000— Magnificent building; all flats*, within 2
blocltsof city Hall: rents $100: 2 frontages.
$25,000— Business property on 3d st., near Market;
nays about o per cent, . . ■
$110,000— Business property near Call Office: un-
y -. . ■ der long lease | pays over 6 per cent not.
A. M. SPECK ok CO.. t<o2 Market St.
OAKLAND REAL ESTATE.
GjJI O f\f\(\ DISCOUNT IF BOLD FOR CASH
«JpXO.I'UU. this month. An ideal suburban
home; 50 acres; 35 acres in assorted fruits of the
choicest varieties in full bearing; only 2Va miles
from the city of Oakland ; 10 minutes' driv •to the
electric curs: 2 blocks to public school; house 11
rooms, bath; new and modern in every detail:
good barn and' outbuildings; spring water in
abundance; scenery and • climate unexcelled.
Will accept as part payment property in Oakland,
1 Berkeley, Alameda, San Francisco or Los
Anceles. Estimated value of this year's crop
$3000 to $6000, ■ •■" - ■..•'■■. , r
For photos and full particulars address J. S.
MYERS, 1002 Broadway. Oakland.
TO EXCHANGE— C-ROOM MODERN COT-
x tage in Oakland $4000, clear, for small Im-
proved ranch. J. 11. EDSON, 908 Broadway, Oaic-
land. ■- - . . • ■•.. .
HAVE A HOME BUILT ON YOUR OWN
plans: Oakland, Berkeley or Alameda; easy
terms; want to exchange choice orange lands for
vacant lots: land free and clear: will assume some
mortgage. CHAS. P. KERN, Central Bank build-
ng, Oakland. '
V O i I SALE OR EX HANGK — OAKLAND
-1 house and lot, 37x105, on electric line, for city
property. Apply at 1431 Bush st.
"1 O-JtOOM HOUSE: 100-FOOT LOT: ONLY 5
Jt+i blocks from Broadway; sunny northwest cor-
ner; make me an offer. H. A., box 7, Call Office,
Oakland. , ...
MEW 7-ROOM 2-STORY 7-FOOT BASEMENT
•*■' round-front modern house: street work com-
plete with cement walks: 1 block from San Ptblo
aye., near Durant School; lot, 25x100; price
$2650; $250 cash, balance *30 per month.
9^-FOOT LOT ON K. SIDE FRANKLIN ST.,
£iO near Sixth.; 5- room cottage, rented and cheap
for $1600: half cash. ■___
SOUTHWEST COR. OF BAN PABLO AYE
and 30th st. ; 60 feet on San Pablo uve.; price
$55 per front, foot; or will trade for other tirst-
class property. '
TV^EW 7- ROOM HOUSE OS N. SIDE OF
-Li Grant aye. or 37th si., 300 feet K. of Telegraph
av<\ ; lot 37:6x115: rented for $1» per month;
$2500; one-third cash, balance flat loan at 8 per
"1 90x150:' ON W. SIDE OF SAN PABLO
X-j(j aye., near the narrow-gauge railroad cross-
ing at 39th. Bt.; with 2 5-room cottages on this
property; must be sold; make an offer at once.
CORNER LOT NEAR 21ST-ST. ELECTRIC
\J cars, East Oakland; 26x140; price $400: $300
can remain on flat loan at 8 per cent.
BEAUTIFUL HOME ON 7TH AVF-, NEAR
J-* 15th st., East Oakland; 12-room new house
and lot 75x150, in first-class shape: this property
cost $15,000; on account of owner living out of
City will sell for $10,000; $2500 cash, balance in-
stallments or flat loan at 8 per cent.
Address RALEIGH & CO., 460 Ninth St.. Oak-
land. / ■ ■ . ■ ■
Gj/l(inn *"oli EXCHANGE: GOOD Iit-
<JP*IWUU. room house and lot. 50x132: nicely
located; rental $20 per month: will take clear
land or other property. ALDEN & KRONEN-
BERG, 9t;2 Broadway, Oakland. ■ ■ ...
ffl!l QXA 2 HOUSES AND LOT, 50x101;
vy-i-OxjyJ. rental $18 per month: a cood invest-
ment. ALDEN it KRONENBEUO, 902 Broad-
Horsi: AND BUILDING lots ON INSTALL-
nienis equal to rent; close to Frultvale sta-
tion: 45 minutes to San Francisco; 13 minutes' to
Broadway, Oakland: street work all done; sewers,
Kits and water in. Apply to syndicate Investment
Company, EDWARD DICK, agent, Fruitvale sta-
tlun. * . ..
OFFICE— I43S PARK STREET.
AI.A3IEDA KEAL ESTATE.
TO LET— HANDSOME COTTAGE^ COaT
■L pletely furnished, elegant and extensive
grounds, for 1 year or more. *80 per month: also
tine 2-story house of 9 rooms, handsomely fur-
nished, for 1 year or more, $76 per month.
For sale— A fine 8-room cottace: cost of building
alone $5500. with lot 65x146; $5500 will take the
property: don't fail toseeit. THOMAS A. SMITH,
1601 Park si., Alameda (broad-gauge depot). ■ ■
liOK SALE^ — — _ __ __
House 8 rooms and bath, Central aye. ; house 4
rcoms. (irand st.; cottage 6 rooms, Everett st. ;
on long time and easy terms, or will exchange for
Sun Francisco or country property. Apply
E ASTON, KLDRIDGE & CO.,
... 638 Market St.,
. San Francisco, Cal.
TTiOlt SALE— COTTAGE. 11 ROOMS: LOT "58x
X 1 150; north Bide; street macadamized; stone
walk: lovely garden, shrubbery, etc.; must be sold.
T. F. BAIRD, 1303 Park aye. " P B "' j
<Jlj9x7vf| NEW COLONIAL COTTAGE. 6OR
tjp^uyjyj, 7 rooms, on an Improved street at
station. Apply to 1243 Park st., Alameda.
ffij I A A TO «-50 DOWN, »25 MONTHLY; NEW
«IP X \Jvr 5 and 6 room cottages with every modern
convenience; near station, bcuool, etc : with largn
lot; $2400 to $3000: send for illustrated book of
Alameda, free. Alameda Land Company, 1500
Park St., Alameda. ■ •• .-.•;•; . : .:.• - ,
AI.AMKDA ROOMS TO LET.
TV-ICELY \' : FURNISHED ROOMS WITH OR
ii without board; piano. 639 Central aye,, Dear
Webster st. • ■ .
ALAMEDA HOUSES TO LET.
XJ side; 7 rooms; bath, gus, laundry, basement,
stable, lawn, shrubbery. J. 3. HANLEY, 1351
Park st. ■ ■ ■■■ :• . • - . . .'. •■-.'.
OAKLAND ROOMS TO LET.
XX unfurnished: reasonable to responsible parties.
1229 Broadway, Oakland. ' .
SANTA CLARA COUNTY;
,V. '. ; ."".."'".,
REAL' ESTATE. :■";•;'•■■; ' '>"
4 miles west of Morganhill; 60 acres or more •
large lurmshed house with concert grand piano:
beautiful grounds, interspersed with oak trees; 2
cottages; pavilion 60x80 feet; bored well, wind-
mill, horsepower, 2 6000-gallon tanks: water piped
to house: stable; horses, cows, pigs, chickens and
implements for working the place; implements
cost, over $12,000 ; , will - take part cash, the re-
mainder in city property. I For particulars apply to
E. McCURRIE, Lloyd Tevls' office. Mills bldg, H.f
BERKELEY REAL ESTATE.
-|/<OR RENT — FURNISHED Oil UNFUr". j
X nisbed house of 13 rooms on principal street; 3
minutes' walk • from Berkeley station:, large
grounds, nicely Improved.; plenty of flowers and
shade; lawn-tennis and croquet grounds: barn
chicken-house, etc. J. J. MASON, Berkeley sta-
OS, fJ. MASON, REAL ESTATE AND IX-
| surance agent, Berkeley station.
ONLY 6 LOTS LEFT; THE BIGGEST BAR"
gain in Alameda County ; 50x141, 1 for $400;
perfectly level; above grade; near curs. JOSEPH
■T. MASON, Berkeley station. , < ;! •.-.••, ••'
1/U'K SALE— TWO MODERN, HOUSES, JUST
-L completed; 7 and 8 rooms; porcelain baths-
large lots; in choice part of town: easy terms
A few choice comer lots south of University •
cheap to close an estate. ..;< ■ ■■ .. , --
270x120: 5 blocks from the University; near
foothills; at half-price. : M. L. WURTS, opposite
Dwight-wity station, Berkeley, Cal. \ ,
pOZY -AND HOMELIKE: A . PLACE FOR
XJ comfort; must be sold: good cottage: 6 rooms
»nd bath; well.. windmill and tank; lot 60x1 22-
-nice yard; near train: $2500, including furniture,
less without. H. D. IRWIN, Lorin. , i.:.v"; '
O:*O. MAY A CO., REAL ESTATE AND
« building, 2123 Center Bt.. Berkeley. '
T Vv ; BERKELEY. rooms. '" . ,""
'T^djoTning university grounds" I
-p. Large newly furnished rooms; electric ltKbts;
first-class board: between two lines electric-cars;
private dining-room tor family If ■ desired. 2214
Union st. ,v ■'••,.:.■■" ; .:■■■• -j-/ ■- ■• ... .., - - ; . " ■■._ '-.'■■-".
BERKELEY— attractive sunny rooms
AJ with board; first and second floors; single or
en' suite ; , private; , - central . reasonable. 2324
manning way. ---'■---•■--■■. ■* ■, . .-'.- -■■■.■,-• ■.-. ■ •
BUILDING AND \ AN ASSOCIATION
XJ soclation— Home office, 222 Kansome St., S. F.
General savings & loan business. Ed. Hill, Ires,:
' Oliver Eidridge, V-Pr. ; W. Corbin, Sec. <te Gen. Man.
DENTIISTS. . -- .
DR. T. I RANZ— EXTRACTION
crown work, bridge work and teeth with,
plates a spec ally. 103 Geary at., cor. Grant aye.
CIROOME DENTAL ASSOCIATION, 759 MAR-
\J ket, bet, 3d and 4th, gas specialists; only reli-
able agent for painless extraction; artificial teeth
frrn $5; fillipss frm $) ;extracllug 30c, with gas $1.
(B»7 A~sKT FOR TEETH: WARRANTED AS
tjp I good as can be made: inline $1. Dr. SIMMS,
dentist. 930 Market St.. next Baldwin Theater.
DR. LuDITUM~HiL.L, 1443 MARKET ST..
near Eleventh : no charge for extracting whoa
plates are made; old plates made over like new;
teeth from $8 per set; extracting 50c; gas given.
ONEST~WOR : VERY LOW KST PRICES.
DR. HARDCASTLE, 628 Montgomery, rm. 1.
I[>ULL SKT OP TEETH, $7 ; WARRANTED
1 five years. DR. V, CAVaLSKY. 24 Sixth st.
ETOFTKETH WITHOUT a PLATE. dr. H.
G. YOUNG, 1841 Polk st. - '
R. GEORGE W. LEEK, . THE GENUINE
Leek dentist, discoverer of painless extraction
and patentee, of improved . bridge work or teeta
i r bout any plate, moved from ti to 20 O'Farrell st.
PAINLESS EXTRACTION. 60cl CROWN
x bridge work a specialty; plates, $5 up: 13 years'
experience. R. L. WALBHT D.D.S.. 8158/ 4 Geary.
HR. H. H. SHAW, 224 KEARNY — BRIDU&
XJ work a specialty; open evenlnga 7:30 to 9. ■
/ OLTOX DENTAL ASSOCIATION. 806 -M Ait-
\J ket si. DR. CHARLES W. DECKER.
DR. J. J. LEEK, 120« MARKET. COR. GOLDEN
Gate aye.— Open evenings: Sundays tilt noon.
ALL WORK REASONABLE ■ AND WABj-
ranted. DR. J, W. KEY. 1123 Market st. -
A WEEK'S NEWS FOR 5 CENTS — THB
A .WEEKLY. CALL- in wrapper, for mailing.
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Divorce granted : - — •-- •-
John Druschel from May Druscbel, for deser-
tion; by Judge Sanderson. . . . ,
The following marriage licenses were Issued by
the County Clerk's office yesterday:
0. Kalmowsky and Bertha Kluty, 36—22.
G. Marino and Marion Fumella, 22—20.
W. Sprotling and Nora McClellan, 28—29.
W. B. Nye and Edith Smith, 27—24.
•John A. 1 Lory and Emma Lory, 28—26. ■
Joseph Horn and Henrietta Feuster, 27—18, ,
' M. N. Hirsch and Caroline Schweitzer, 38— '
A. Block and Anna Dolan. 33-24. ■ '
:vj-.V ■ BORN.
BARTLETT^-In this city. April 7, 1896, to the
wife of C. S. M. Hurt bit . a sou. '."• ;
ELLINGWOOD— In this city, March 17, 1896,
to the wife of A. W. EUingwood, a daughter.
GILBERT— In Oakland, April x, 1896, to the wife
of Irving 1.. Gilbert, a daughter.
ISAAC— In Oakland, April 6, 1896, to the wife Of
Alfred 1.. Isaac, a daughter. i
SCHAUFLER-In Fruiivale, April 3, 1898, to tha
wife of A. C. Schaufler, a daughter. •
MARRIED. . . ..-.- \
RAWLTNBON— KOHN —In iJiis City, April 6,
1896, by the Rev. Dr. Dille, Herbert Rawlluaoa
and Jeanette Kobu, both of San Francisco. j
WILbON— FORD— At the residence of Mr, J. M.
Tomllnson, 314 Thomas avenue, Seattle, Tues-
day, March 31, 1896, Mr. Wesley Wilson ■of
Seattle and Mrs. Fannie E. Ford, late of San
Francisco, Rev. W. A. Slianklln otliciatlng.
"~~"' died! ~~"
Boyd, Alexander P. Murquez, Gabriel
Dempsey, Annie K. Marston. Henry L.
Gluvin (nee Mcc), Mary Mayer, Emma
Hadler, Anna A. McGulre, Patrick
Handler, Mary Moorhead, Anna
Jacobs, George Myers, Samuel
Jensen, Niels P. Park. Mrs. Alma A.
Keller, Mrs. E. M. Rosovioch. Mrs.
Kingshott. Matilda ' Towniey, Lena. ■
Logan, Elizabeth Williamson, Mary
BOYD-ln nolllster. Cal.. April 5. 1896, Alexan-
der P. Boyd. a native of Orange County, Now
York, aged 70 years and 9 months.
US-Friends are respectfully invited to attend .
the funeral services THIS DAY (Wednesday),
at 3 o'clock p. m., from hi* late, residence. 1919
Devisudero street. Interment private. - -
DEMPSEV-In this city, April 7.1896. Annie EH«a-
b«h, beloved daughter of the late Daniel and
Catherine Detncsey, and sister of Thomas, Dan-
iel and Mary Agnes Detupsey, and niece of Mar-
tin T. Doyle, a native of San Francisco, aged 28
years. A member of Orlnda Parlor No. 56. N.
D. G. W.
Friends and acquaintances are regret-
fully invited to attend the funeral TO-MORROW
(Thursday), at 0:30 o'clock a. m., from her lat*
residence, 421 Eleventh street, thence to St.
Joseph's Church, where a solemn requiem high
mass will be celebrated for the repose of her
soul, commencing ut 10 o'clock a. m. . Interment
Mount Calvary Cemetery. ■
GLAVIS . (nee Mee)-In Oakland, April 7. 1896.
Mary, beloved wife of A. (ilavin. and daughter of
3 Irs. A. Mee. and sister of Jiinms an 1 Maggi*
Mcc, a native of California, aged 28 years 6
months and 9 days. -
43" Friends and acquaintances are resDeet-
. fr"y invited to attend the funeral TO-MORROW
(Thursday), at 9 o'clock a. m., from her late
residence. Forty-seventh street, near Shattuclc
avenue, thence to Sacred Heart Church, where a
- solemn requiem mass will be celebrated for
the repose of her soul, commencing at 9:30
o'clock a. m. lntermeus bt. Mary's Cemetery.
HADLER— In this city, April 6. 1898. Anna Au-
gusta, dearly beloved wire of Henry Hadler, and
mother of Henry and Emil Hadler, a native of
Hanover, Germany, aged 31 years 6 months and
20 days. -
Friends and acquaintances are resuect-
fully invited to attend iiik funeral THIS DAY
(Wednesday), at 2 o'clock p. it., from the par-
lors of 11. F. Bohr <fe Co.. 1209 Mission street,
near Eighth. Interment 1. O. O. F. Cemetery.
BAUSSLER-In this city, April 6. 1896. at her
residence. 1116 Broadway, Mary, beloved wife of
the late Leonard F. jlausßler, a native of Tip-
perary, Ireland, aged b9 years and 9 months.
fDtibuque (Iowa) papers please copy.l
jgEJ" Friends are respectfully invited to attend
the funeral THIS DAY (Wednesday) from St.
Bridget's Church, - corner Broadway and Van
Ness avenue. < where a solemn requiem high
mass will be celebrated for the repose of her
soul, commencing at 9:30 o'clock a. v,
JACOBS— In this city, February 23. 1896, George,
only son of Henry and Carrie Jacobs, a native of
" San Francisco, aged 3 years and 8 months.
JENSEN — In this city, April 6, 1896, Niels P.
- Jensen, a native of Denmark, a?e.l 60 yean.
ftn'l'ririHii and acquaintances ■ are ■ resDect-
folly invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Wednesday^, at 10 o'clock a. m.. from the par-
lors of Charles J. B. Metzter. 636 Washington
street. Interment I. O. O. F. Cemetery. ■ .• .
KELLER— this city, April 6, 1896, Mrs. Eliza- •
beth M. Keller. . , -
flfig-The funeral will take place THIS DAY
(Wednesday). at 9 o'clock a. it., from her lat»
residence, 306% Hayes street, thence to St. Ig-
natius Church. Hayes street and Van Nes«
avenue, where a requiem high mas* will 'be
celebrated for the repose of her , soul, com-
mencing at 9:30 o'clock a. m. Interment Holy
. Cross Cemetery. • ,
KINGBHOTT— In this city, April 6, 1896, Matilda
Kingsbott, a native of England, aged 68 years. ■
LOGAN— In this city, April 7, 1898. Elizabeth
Logon, beloved wife of Michael Logan, and sister
of Mrs. S. Lyons, a native of Castle Blaiceiy,
County Galway, Ireland, aged 92 years.
•¥" Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral TO-MORROW
(Thursday), at 1 o'clock p. m., from her late
residence, 16 Sumner street, off Howard, between
Seventh and Eighth. • Interment Cypress Lawn
Cemetery. ■- ■ - ■ . •■ •■ ' •
MARQUEZ— In this cltv, April 7,1896, Gabriel,
beloved nephew of Mrs. Morales, aged 15 years.
MARHTON— In Los Angele«. April 5. 1898, Henry
L. Marston, beloved brother of B. S. Marstoa of
Oakland, a native of Maine, aged 63 years.
MAYER— In this city, April 7, 1896, * : Emma
Mayer, beloved daugnter of Wanda Mayer and
the late Wendeltn Mayer, sister of Otto, Ella,
Rudolph and Albert Mayer and Mr*. Lambert
Becker, a native of San Francisco, aged 19 yean
4 months and 21 years. "-■,■- .
■ fISr Friends and acquaintances -are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral TO-MORROW
(Thursday), at 2 o'clock p. v., from . her late
residence, 708 Lombard street. Interment
; 1. O. O. F. Cemetery. ' • - -••
MoGUIRE— In this city, April 7, 1896, Patrick
McGulre, husband of Ann McGulre, a native of
I Ireland, aged 65 years. . ...
MOORHEAD— In this city, April A, 1896. Anna
- Moorhead. beloved mother of Jennieand the late
Robert Moorhead, a native of Ireland, aged SI
years. The funeral will" take < place. THIS DAY
aSTThe funeral will take place TIIIS DAY
(Wednesday), at 2 o'clock p. m.. from the par-
lors of Carew & English, 19 Van Ness avenue,
: near Market, Interment Mount Calvary Ceme-
'.- tery. :, :• v • - ■ ■■ ■ .-•-,■. ■: ■ :
MYERS— In this cltv, April 5. 1898, . Samuel
' Myers, a native of England, aged (ii years.
%g~ Friends and acquaintances • are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Wednesday), at 2 o'clock r. m.. from th* par-
lors of H. C. porter A Co.. ■ 122 Eddy street.
Interment Laurel Hill Cemetery.
PARK— In this city. April 7, 1836. Mrs. . Alma
Angusta Park, widow of the late Dr. F. A. Park,
a native of Massachusetts, aged 65 years. I
. US" Notice of funeral hereafter. ■ ■ • ' • . ' .
ROBOVICCH-In this city. April 6, 1 896, wife of
Pater Rosovicch, and sister of Mrs. Mullhnlland,
Mrs. Kane and Patrick Rodden, a native of ■
County Donegal/Ireland, aged 40 years.
js*~Friends ana acquaintances are • respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Wednesday), at 1 o'clock p. , m., from the
late residence, 48*4 Erie street, : thence to St.
Charles Church, Eighteenth and Shotwell streets.
Interment Italian Cemetery.
TOWNLEY— In Lincoln, Nebr., March 31, 1896,
Lesa, youngest daughter or Lieutenant it. H.
and Mrs. Townley (nea Gerke). .' ; .
WILLIAMSON— In this city, April 7, : 1896. Mra.
Mary Williamson, hclovad wifeof the late Henry
" Williamson, and. mother of John, Henry -and.
.' Joseph Williamson, a native of Ireland, aged 56
■'. years. ' ■' ■ ;,;' : -■ '" *■"- - ' •■■" ' -*■ ■"■ ■" • J
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