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HOUSES TO LET. > i
QOO 1 43T e'llis'lstTnE AR." E^ST_kT«
<- — •>. rooms and bath; large dry basement also.
A.SHTON A GARDNER, 411 Montgomery st.
G~ OLDKN GATE" AYE.— HOUSE. 7 ROOMS
VT and bath: in good order; rent only *21 65;
water free: 4 Gol:2en place, bet. Hyde and Larkln.
Apply to P. C. MOLLOY, 138 Montgomery st.
HARE CHANCE — MODERN HOUSE OF 7
rooms and bath: newly painted and papered:
everythins Hrst-class: fine location; 19U9 Kddy,
near Devisadero; rent $30. Apply P. C. MOLLOY.
138 Montgomery st. , *~* r .
HOUSE 7 ROOMS; MODERN IMPROVE-
mems. 121H Treat aye., opp. Garfield square.
£1] Q FISLL ST.-8 ROOMS: ALL MODERN
\JXO imnrovemeuts. . ; ■
1 7/ 1 7 Jones, near Broadway ; house
X 1 \J I of 4 sunny rooms: rentsl4.
A PPRKcTatED IF""SEEN-rB29i^ SUTTER,
■"■ near Jones; choice for doctor or oressmaker.
A VPRECIATKDIFSEEN— 30 MORRIS AYE.
-»- off Harrison St.. hear sixth: sunny house of 5
rooms; good order- $13; water free: yard: cellar.
CONVENIENT HOUSE" 5 BOOMS. 24 MOSS
■> St., off iloward, near Seventh.
HOUSE OF 5 ROOMS AT 11 KWING PLACE.
XX Off Lagunast.; rent $12.
LOOK AT 8-BOOM HOUSE COR. PINK AND
•Scott, $28; 9-room house, 16 Franklin, near
Market. 938: reduced $12 each.
&1)(\ HOUSE 8 ROOMS, BATH : MODERN.
QOU. 1788 clay st., near Van Ness aye.
" QJK 1731 BROADWAY. NR. GOUGH ST.—
*» I*J. House IS rooms, with every convenience
In hot air furnace aud marine view.
W E.REST MAN V HOUSES BECAUSE WE
''treat people right. BALDWIN „ HAM-
MQND 10 Montgomery st. -J. -" ■: .. u?J?,
9X9C VAN NESS AYE.— LOWER PART OF
_.U—«J house: 4 furnished rooms, bath and laun-
dry; hot aud cold water; 2 entrances. . ■ ■
"VJICKLY FURNISHED MODERN HOUSE; 7
-i-i rooms; marine view; rent $36. 2414 Polk st.
Q9Q PARLOR, B -FBI >-> M , DINING-ROOM,
O — <-*• sewing-room, bath, kitchen: all neces-
saries. 1917 G -nry s:.
cottages TO let.
7T9HNTN F. T E XK N TH, K EA bTF H U RC H^co£
ll_ tage, 6 rooms »nd bath; stable.
COTTAGK&: 3 AND 6 ROOMS; BATH;
cheap. Apply 2643 Bryant sU, nr. Twenty-fifth.
OTIAGK, 4 ROOMS: BATH: STATIONARY
tubs; basement; yard; rent $11. 1228 Treat
riOTTAGK, 6 "SUNN V ROOMS; LARGE YARD;
\J rent reasonable. 9 Tehama st. ■'..-■"
UNNV COTTAGES: 4 AND 5 ROOMS: BATH;
>~ large basement: yard. Cor. Dolores and 15th.
! T^99^ETR^Y^^M"ALjr~SuScNY ; FLAtT
XO— ;— nicely furnished for housekeeping; $25.
I ."'INF. SUNNY CORNER FLAT: 6 ROOMS;
. piano: reasonable. 800 a Webster st. .
FLATS TO LET.
'qTq '"n E \V "ilO D _B i nTsUN N Y^FLAT^OF^i
vlo, rooms and bath. ' 133 San Jose aye., near
Twenty-fourth st. ...
&1 Q CONVENIENT 6-ROOM FLAT; SUN-
C-LO. ny. Cor. Nineteenth and Hartford sts.,
■ near Castro. ....
: ATICE MIDDLE FLAT: 8 ROOMS: BATH: $30.
Third Et. near Harrison; key at 417 Vji Third.
TTPPER FLAT 6 SUNNY ROOMS; RENT $15.
U 436 1 2 Clementina st,, near Sixth.
- Q')^ TEHAMA — A MODERN FLAT OF 6
jJJjQ rooms; rent reduced; water free.
LAT 5 ROOMS AND BATH; MODERN IM-
provements. 1520 Post st.
<JJI r LOVELY FLAT 5 ROOMS; BATH;
O-L«J. gas. 3928 Nineteenth su, bet, Noe and
■LMNE~ CORNER FLAT 6 ROOMS AND BATH ;
X cheap to good tenant. Cor. McAllister and
Broderick sts. " -•••
"VJEW SUNNY FLATS 4 AND 5 ROOMS, $14
XI and $16. Twenty-third St., near Harrison.
TV ICE FLAT OF 5 SUNNY ROOMS. 2815
■±1 Clay St., bet. Scott and Devisadero. '■.■■-■-•'■
*_>/ 1 PLEASANT, BET. TAYLOR, JONES.CLAY
OU ana Sacramento— 4 rooms; bath; $20. ■ ■
r.r* BASEMENT AND LARGE YARD. 728
QU. Harrison St., bet. Third and Fourth. ; ;;
• 1 £10,7 BTEINER. NKAR SUTTKK— LOW-K
J. Ov/l flat: 5 modern large snnDy rooms; bath.
4 ROOM FLAT; EVERY CONVENIENCE.!
282 Natoma St., nr. Fourth.
•VTEW FLAT. FIVE BOOMS, BATH; CHEAP.
-L' 92bVa Florida St.. bet. Twenty-second and
• ' Twenty-nrsU - -
. "I "I Q FULTON— FINE MIDDLE FLAT OF 7
110 rooms and bath; $28. ■
-Q U nU SACRAJS£_NTO— -OWES BAY-WlN-
ijtj\'<J don- flat, 5 rooms; bath; hot and cold
:•■' water; rent $15. ' • ■ - . ; ~\-
UNXY UPPEB FLAT: 4 ROOMS. 13 HAMP-
ton place, off Folsom st,, bet. Second and Third. ;
ROOMS, BaTH AND STABLE TO LET
cheap. Cor. Twenty-second and Harrison sts.
1 Q BHKBI I 'AN ST.,. BET. NINTH AND
X O Tenth— Flat of oar rooms; rent «10.
/CHEAPEST FLAT IN TOWN: RENT 914; 4
\J sunny rooms and bath; all modern improve-
ments. 4628 Eighteenth st. . ■-•. ;
SUNNY FLAT: 6 BOOMS; BATH: ALL IM-
provements; basement; cheap. 536 a Nine-
teenth st. .
17ILAT, 6 ROOMS. $14; ALSO SUNNY COT-
' tage, 4 rooms. $11. 629 Second st.
7OQA GROVE— FLAT; 4 BOOMS;
<— i\) bath; large yard: light; sunny.
VLAT: 6 ROOMS. 11 SOUTH BRODKRICK
1 st.: Uaight-t. cars to Baker st.
"VICE SMALL FLAT; 3 BOOMS; BATH. AP-
Xi ply 465 Jersey st. ■
• QUNNY FLAT OF 6 ROOMS AND BATH : ALL
O modern Improvements; • reasonable. 2928
4 AND a BOOMS; BATH; $11, $12, $13:
electric lines. 46b5 Eighteenth st. •
SUNNY FLATS: 3 AND 4 ROOMS: BATH;
garden; 913 and $16. 1706 Post.
HOWARD COURT, NR. FOURTH— UPPKR
floor 5 sunny rooms. 914: lower 4 rooms, 913.
"I OWKR FLAT OF 4 LARGE ROOMS; SUNNY
XJ side of street; rent 99 a month. 416 Ringoid
St., bet. Eighth and Ninth, Harrison and Folsom.
79ftl MCALLISTER— FLAT: 6 ROOMS;
I — 'U2 modern improvements; rent reduced.
\\T ANTED— GOOD TENANTS FOR NEW
»» flats: special terms; $10 up. SPECK _ CO.,
602 Market st. . .
WE RENT MANY FLATS BBCAUSK WE
'» treat people right. BALDWIN _ HAM-
MOND, 10 Montgomery st.
LKGANT NEW FLATS. SEVENTH ST.. BE-
low Bryant. 5 and 6 rooms, bath: 98 to $16.
. . Buchanan Street".
101 7 BUCHANAN — 3 UNFURNISHED
■ X \JX. I rooms and bath for housekeeping.
1 41 Q BUSH-LARGK ALCOVE: PLEASANT
-. 111" house: private family : reasonable; refnes.
• •' ■ Clayton Street.
41 9 CLAYTON, NR.PARK-2 HOUSEKEEP
' '*tX— i Ing-rooms; use of bath; laundry.
'.; . , Devleadero Street.
1 Of_Q DEVISADERO-PARLOR FLOOR OF
1-UO 5 rooms; furnished tor housekeeping.
"1 no EIGHTH— 2 LARGE SUNNY HOUSE-
'X\'O keeping rooms; stationary tubs; range;
complete. . . . . - : .
i ' Ellis Street.
p. Q9 ELLIS— SUNNY UNFURNISHED
«JO- rooms, with bath.
OOQ ELLIS. COR. LARKIN— SUNNY *UK-
UO>/ nUbed front room with kitchen.
7fltt ELLIS— NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS,
< UP complete for Housekeeping. ■ .
' AOQI FIFTH — SUNNY BEDROOM AND
t_.O;s kitchen; furnished ' complete for bouse-
, keeping; water in the kitchen. .
*/,;■" Folsom Street. ■
II fIQ FOLSOM -2 SUNNY FRONT BOOMS
.' J. i.V»/ furnished complete for housekeeping;
rent rheap. - . ■ r- '■" ••■■..■ '■■■■■. ' ■
deary Street. . *
9171 GEARY — LARGE FTJBNIBIIED
- •■■;.. -^X < 2 housekeeping room; rent $7; key at 217.
. 1 • ■• Golden (iate Avenne.
" QQQ GOLDEN GATE AYE.-4 SUNNY FUR-
-000 nished housekeeping rooms: bath.
inOf\ GOLDEN- GATE ' AVK. — PLEASANT
I O \f furnished room; convenient for housekeep-
-1/, '.\-. ■. trove Street. ,
79 GROVE-TWO OR THREE SUNNY
I _«J furnished housekeeping rooms; separate
bath; laundry ■> . ■ • • •■ ;:■
• ,':.' *':;.V. tiuerrero Street.'' "r." ■
I 1 AQ GUERRERO, NR. TWENTY-FOURTH
I lit/ —Sunny suite of rooms and kitchen lor
. housekeeping; $15. ■■ r . .
, i_. . .-.' Hickory Avenue :,'
-I (\R HICKORY AYE.. COR. FRANKLIN-3
. :_ X yt\J Btmay furnished rmator housekeeping; CIS.
■ .-': i : - Howard Street.
raflA HOWARD— SUNNY FRONT ROOM;
( \)\) water and bath. ' . .
. - - . Jessie Street. - : :
■ Ann 3K.*SIE-V ROOMS NEATLY FUR-
di 0 nlsbed for housekeeping. . ■
HOUSEKEEPINO ROOMS — Continued.
Kearny Street. " .
OQA KEARNY — HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS;
_O' " gas or coal stove; also other rooms.
Cl Cl LEAVENWORTH — COMPLETELY
OlOa furnished housekeeping rooms; 110 chil-
dren; 1 to 4 p. _.
' Lewi* Street*
"I Ql LEWIS, OFF POST— A SUITE FOR ONE
1 O;j or two youug ladies; very reasonable; home
comforts; board If desired.
.■ ■ Minna street.
OQ-1 MINN A, COR. FOURTH— 2 FURNISHED
—Ol' houaekeepg. rooms, very cheap: also single.
Q 1 /•"„; INN A— CHEAP HOUSEKEEPING
Oil) rooms :ki<-£ffS __
€>('(* MINNA-NICELY FURNISHED HOUSE-
OUO keeping rooms.
('On MISSION - HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS
UO_ aad others cheap. ' ; |
QOQI MISSION— COM PLKTELY FURNISH*
(7_02 ed bedroom and kitchen, porch, other
'rooms. ' ■ ■ ■ ___
1 .li)l MISSION — SUNNY FURNISHED
J-i.l housekeeping, also single rooms.
1 I » 1- MISSION - 3 'ADJOINING HOUSE-
XX_.O keeping rooms, furnished or unfurnished;
m SIXTH-CHEAPEST IN THK CITY;
coxy housekeeping and other rooms.
1 Of* l NINTH-HOUSEKEEPING AND SIN- '
l_.Da gle rooms: $8 to $10; no children.
17 41 NATOMA, COR. NINTH -SUNNY
I 4:1 front furnished rooms tor light [housekeep-
ing; also single. • ■ - h
07 OAK— THREE OR FOUR SUNNY HOURE-
— . 1 Keeping rooms: reasonatle rent.
A Q OAK — 3 UNFURNISHED CONNECTING
TO rooms; cheap to a good tenant.
1 4f\Q OCTAVIA, CO-. GEARY—
XTtUO furnished bay window room with kitchen.
IQI A* PAGE— 3 UNFURNISHED HOUSE-
IOIU3 keeping rooms, with bath; »7. f
3 PEARL. COR. MARKKT£OPP. OCTAVIA—
2 or 3 sunny corner rooms, well furnished for
housekeeping: water and sink.
Ol 91 PERBV— 2 LARGE SUNNY FRONT
-103 unfurnished housekeeping rooms; 97.
nm 4 PINE— a UNFURNISHED SUNNY
_!_<l~t rooms: housekeeping; range and bath:
Polk Street. ' J
191 Q POLK, NEAR SUTTER — UNFUR-
I_jlt7 Dished double parlors and kitchen.
IRIA SCOTT -3 . OR 4 UNPtJRNIS HED
LDltt rooms: bath; garden. Call afternoon.
. Seventh Street.
1 /19 SEVENTH— BUNNY FRONT SUITES;
1 __. also single and housekeeping rooms; cheap.
-t cvenson Street.
nc)7 STEVENSON— NICE SUNNY
U— . i room; elderly lady preferred; cheap.
1 OOA STOCKTON — 2 OR 3 NICE SUNNY
10-v rooms complete for housekeeping: cheap.
1 70 '-i STOCKTON— 2 SUNNY ROOMS, FUR-
X I \JO nished complete for hkpg.: cheap rent. ■
mTEHAMA — NEATLY FURNISHED
front room for llcht housekeeping; $6.
■ v Turn Street.
KO/1 TURK, NR. LAKKIN-SUNNY UPPEB
O—'l floor: 6 rooms; bath.
Van Nmu AT«nnn.
7-1 (\ VAN NESS —front PARLOR,
•1 \J completely furnished for housekeeping,
$25; also single rooms. 98. .
1 fl9 l VAN NFS- AYE.. COR. GEAKY—
1 '_ ■ J ny apartments with kitchen complete;
best location for dressmaker or professional man;
4 hotels adjoining.
1 AOfi VAN NESS AVE.— XILEGANTLY FUR-
J _ \J\J nished parlor floor with- kitchen; use of
piano. ' • ■ . • ... . . :.
A WEEK'S NEWS FOR B CENTS — TH_»
-X WEEKLY CALL. in wrapper, tor mailing.
ROOMS TO LET. —
0~01 CALIFORNIA— ELEGANTLY FUR-
— OO L nlsbed rooms aod bath; cheap.
1I Q EDD Y -SUNNY CENTRALLY LO-
i located rooms; 95 up; 3 for housekeeping,
Cl f: EDDY— NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS;
tJI.O private family; gentlemen only.
CQA EDDY - DOUBLE SUNNY FRONT I
UO\J room with grate; $7 per month.
XT A EDDY — NEAT SINGLE ROOM, IF;
OX\J large sunny parlor: reasonable. • '•- r ;
n~l Q EDDY— NICELY FURNISHED SINGLE
\JXfJ front room; large closet: reasonable.
SHERMAN APARTMENT HOUbE, 28 BTH
at., near Market; furnished and unfurnished.
fTIHE EAMONA, 130 ELLIS: MRS. KATE 8.
X HART, manager— A qmet house; ' centrally lo-
cated; newly furnished; elevator; hot A cold water.
•1 rrt FIFTH— FURNISHED FRONT ROOMS,
±«J_. $8 and 9 10; also single rooms, $6.
J olHoiu Street.
eh A MONTH; SINGLE SUNNY FURNISHED
ijptfc front room. 785 Folsom st.
-iVqc FULTON.NEAR THE PARK— NICELY
1 O<7U furnished sunny front - rooms In private
family. • . ■ - ■■■ .- - .
Ol Q GBARY— LARGE, FRONT ROOM, BUIT
-IO able for business. ■ Key 217. ; . -
QOQ GEARY. BET. POWELL AND MASON—
O— <O Sunny furnished rooms. ■ -
701 GEARY— LARGE HANDSOMELY FUR-
I — iX. nlahed alcove room; suitable for gentleman.
THE MARTINET HAS CHANGED HANDS;
handsomely furnished suites, single rooms, $10
per mo. up. 1101 Geary. BW. cor. Van Ness aye.
(.olden Gate Avenue.
91 Q GOLDEN GATE SUNNY DOUBLE
_. L front room; also nice single. .
OQ7 GOLDEN GATE AYE. —"FURNISHED
— iO I rooms; single or double; reasonable.
Hermann . Street.
OS HERMANN ST., NEAR VALENCIA— I
.'J or two rooms; nicely furnished; ' with or
without kitchen; gas and bath. ■
1 IOQA HOWARD- ELEGANTLY • FUR-
1 1^.0 nhhed room In American family: closet;
bath: suitable for 1 person: 96 per month; none
but quiet, sober people need apply. ■ , ,
Urr JONES— NICELY FURNISHED LARGE
I sunny room; private: $12. .
rw»7 .'ONES— THE VAN \VINK_K-. NEW
•L.\> I management: elegant snnnr suites and
single; newly furnished: bath. etc: »1O to »»ll
A BLINOTON HOUSE, 127 KB Y-PLBAS-
XV. ant sunny rooms, en suite and single : first cits*
in «vry respect : terms reasonable. .-•--■
Larkln Street. .
"I 007 JERKIN-BUNNY FRONT PARLOR.
XV? 'I bedroom; other single rooms; running
"I COX LEAVEN WORTH-2 UNFURNISHED
JlU_<O rooms to let for housekeeping purposes.
-7 OSDMITB HOUSE. 1045 MARKET — PER
1 night, 360 to $1; week. $1 50 to $5: families.
1 Q£*OA MARKET — NICELY FURNISHED
X<-)U— . sunny suites; $16 up; also housekeeping.
' Slintm • treet. ".
JOT - MINNA— GOOD CHEAP BOOM WITH
10l bath. . .
A C* A I MINNA NR. HIXTH-FINE LARGE
aOti2 sunny furnished front room, r'.'.e. -i:-.-.. .-
-7»7»7 MINNA, COR. EIGHTH— NEWLY FUR-
DD i nished bay-window rooms: $1 a week. j \j:
7071 M INN A — SUNN FURNISHED
% & 1 a room; gas aod bath; rent cheap.
" lv ifcHion street. ■ .
Qt>-: 7 MISSION— NICELY FURNISHED SUN-
Oa >O ny rooms, with or without board. . . . • -
ÜBOPK IiOL'fSK, 116K MISSION— NICELY
furnished rooms, single or en suite; transients.
'•: ";'- -- -Ninth Street. ■
mNINTn ; ST.— FURNISHED AND UN-
.furnished rooms to let. ,
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, MONDAY, MAY 11, 1896.
ROOMS TO .LET— Continued.
OX BOOM FOR $16. FIRST FLOOR. ELE-
•iP— vator, gas and electric light, 9lo reduction,
by Inquiring at room 2, same floor, 20 O'Farrell st,
'FARRELL, BET. GOUGH AND LAGUNA—
Newly furnished front and back parlors with
or without board; new fiat; references. Address O.
F.. box 18, Call. ■
9 POWELL ST.— ELEGANTLY FURNISHED
roms above Columbia Theater; transients a
OO: POWELL, COR. GEARY— 2 LARGE SUN-
—.—.O ny, single, front furnished rooms.
f'/»r»A POWKLL— RIOHT IN '1 OWN; LARGE
UUU front room; suitable for 2 men.
_ Sixth Street.
Tin SIXTH (THE. BARATOGA) — NEWLY
1 XO furnished house of 90 rooms: single rooms,
91 50 to $13 per week : suites, 60c to 91 per day.
-I QQ SEVENTH — FURNISHED CORNER
JL OO front sunny rooms, housekeeping; low. .
Stevenson Street. -
JO' STEVENSON. NR. FIFTH— 4 ELEGANT
•±_.«J large rooms: yard; basement; first floor.
1 Q1 A STOCKTON— SUNN FRONT ROOMS;
1 « ) 1 1 single; en suite -.also doctor's office -.cheap.
r.AA SUTTER - SUNNY FRONT SUITE;
O\J\J other rooms, furnished or unfurnished.
79/' SUITER— 3 SUNNY FRONT ROOMS;
I _<U private; gentlemen only; reference if re-
quired. •• "
1110 SUTTKR — LARGE SUNNY ROOMS;
-1--1--1-O gentlemen preferred. - - ' ■ - -
'lay lor Street.
1 AQ TAYLOR— NICELY FURN'sHED RMS.
1"O for light housekeeping: also single.
* Tenth Street.
mTENTH.NR. MARKET— LARGE SUNNY
front rooms; housekeeping or board.
lift TURK— BEAUTIFUL- SUNNY. SUITE;
HO newly furnished; single; with convenien-
ces; board optional.
S7 SUNNY FRONT ROOM: GAS AND
*T> 1 . bath; private family. Address W., box 104,
Call Office. .
HOARDING AND ROOMS.
T AK^E^S^NNYnTcELY FURNisHEITROOM
Xa in Western Addition; suitable for 1 or 2 gen-
tlemen or man and wife; board optional ; terms
reasonable: private family. Address Bush Street,
box 56, Call Office. ... -
\\r ANTED— 4GKNTLEMKN TO ROOM AND
»» board: sunny rooms: strictly private: lady
does her own cooking: New England style: refer-
ences exchanged. 1220 McAllister st, bet. Fill-
more and steiner. . . -
Q/'-lF: TWENTIETH ST., BET. VALENCIA
OU-i) and Guerrero— Nice alcove room with
board in private family; home comforts; price
Alii LOTT, 2 BLOCKS FROM BAKER— SUN-
"VI ny rooms with board; private family.
7QK GEARY-FINE SUNNY ROOM FOR 2
IDO gentlemen,* or man and wife; board optional.
QOQ GEARY— SUNNY SUITE; SUITABLE
isOO for family; excellent board; reasonable.
-i\Q O'FABBELL— HANDS: ELE-
i v'O gant rooms en suite or single; first-class
lAm VAN NESS AYE.— SUNNY SUITE:
X _U 1 single rooms, with good board.
V ICKLY FURNISHED ROOMS: UNSUR- '
■Li passed for neatness and comfort; 50c, 75c and
fl per day: $2, $2 60, $3 per week and up: 98 to
$30 mo. Hackmclers Hotel. GEO.GRUKNIQ, Pr.
KST TABLE BOARD IN THE CITY; 94 50
week. $16 a month, at Hackineier's Hotel.
TJACKMEIKR'S HOTEL. 123-129 KDDY ST.;
Xl new management: GEORGE GRUENIG, pro-
prietor: board and room 96 and 96 a week and up.
OTKL BKRTLINO. 714 iIUSH— A FAMILY
hotel: references given and required; all mod-
«:'i convenience*. .
TCTI^OW^OVVjfING^HER OWN HOMENEAR
'» Ocean View, will take two children to board
and care for; can give them all her time; must, be
over 2 years old. Address MRS. BLACK, box 26,
IV IDOW WOULD LIKE TWO CHILDREN TO
** board ; furnished room for parent. 1016 Jack-
STORES TO LET.
' !sfo?p7FTir\TnrETT^ U _rvTN??
KpOKJ, room« and large bake oven : formerly oc-
cupied as a French: bakery. " ABUTON A GAR-
LINER, 411 Montgomery st.
STORE AND 3 ROOMS, WEL . LIGHTED
O and sunny,^ent 915: 1609 a Howard st. Apply
to P. C. M ALLOY, 138 Montgomery st.
"J?INE STORE: 9 ROOMK; BEFITTED; RENT
X* reduced. 616 Sacramento, near Montgomery. :
OFFICES TO LET.
COO various sices; new, modern building. In-
quire on premises. ' ■■.-"•■*'
CALIFORNIA SAFE DEPOSIT BUILDING—
V Offices $10 and upward, including janitor's ser-
vices, heat, electric and gas lights. Apply at room
622 to A. E. BUCKINGHAM. ■
SPRECKELS BUILDING, 927 MARKET—
O Elegant sunny offices. $12 50 up; electric-light ;
heating and janitor service free. Apply at building
or O. H. UMBSEN _ CO.. 14 Montgomery st.
~- STABLES TO LET.
■OEAUTIFUL LABGE STABLE: 2414 CALI-
X> fornla ; rent cheap. Apply room 28, Chroni-
de building. .■ ■ . ■■ ■ •
\* i«S?~MELviLLE J HN YDKR, STUDIcT'oii I
■*-»I Sutler: teacher vocal music, piano, elocution;
dramatic elocution a specialty: vocal Shakesperean
o asses; skirt-dancing, minuet, gavotte. etc Vocal
classes resumed Monday at 8 I*, m.; 91 per month.
OOKKEEPING BY TABR; ON LV ACCOUNT-
J* ant teaching: 1/3 time and far more practical
than any college; rapid calculations. 659 Market.
"OOOKKEKPING-SCHOOL-PE NMa S UJI P
XJ arithmetic, taught In 6 weeks. 5 stock ton. nu. 2'
E FOREST— STAGE, ELOCUTION. VOICE-
. building. 14 McAllister, r. 44; 10:30 to 4:30.
/GUITAR MANDOLIN. PIANO AND VOCAL
lessons: 93 ma MARY WESTHaUS, 39 Fifth.
I'ANISU, FRENCH ACADEMY. CASTIU AN
and Parisian, 3 lessons w.; 93 m. Mazebld.,r.»7.
CPaKIsH, FRENCH, GKBMAN; MODERATE.
OAlelstersehaft School Language*. 122 O'Farrell s:
■\7"OICE-BUILDINO, PANTOMIME AND ACT-
V ing. LEO COOPER. 814 Geary st. .
PROFESSOR U. MANBFIKLD7t_ACHER OF
X violin, guitar, mandoline, banjo. 1707 Market.
RES'. THE LEADING SHORTHAND COL-
leg*. 825 Montgomery bl; Individual Instruc-
tion In shorthand, typing, bookkeeping, etc; life
'scholarship 950; low rates per week and month.
TTeLASCO'S LYCEUM SCHOOL OF ACTING—
X) Prl vat* theatricals arranged: pupils rehearsed
on stage. R. 6 and 12. 1.0.0. F. block. 7ih and MkU
QCHOOL ELECTRICAL CIVIL, MINING. ME-
-0 chanical engineering, surveying, architecture
assay; estab. '64. VAN DKR NAILLEN, 723 MkU
HKALD'B BUSINESS COLLEGE, 24 POST ST.
Bookkeeping, business practice, shortbaad,
typing, electrical engineering, telegraphy, moahsra
language* rapidly (aught. Write for catalogue.
XT IGHTISCHOOLiHKALD'a Bit*. :J4
li Post: commercial, shorthand. English : low ra'«t
IOLIN, MANDOLIN, CELLO, BANJO; H_A-
nonablf. PROF. FRANCIS. 1046 U. Valencia.
DR.L. T. I'RASZ- EXTRACTION PAINLESS,
crown work, bride* work and teeth without
plates a specialty. 103 Geary st., cor. Grant aye.
nROOME DENTAL ASSOCIATION. 769 MAR-
V' ket, bet. 3d and 4th. gas specialists: only reli-
able agent for painless extraction- artificial teeth.
frm $5: fillings frm $1 ; extracting 50c, with gas $1.
rt»rr A SET FOR TEETH: WARRANTED AS
«S) i good as can be mad*: filling 91. Dr. SIMMS,
dentist. 930 Market St.. next Baldwin Theater.
K. LUDLUM HILL, 1443 MARKET ST.,
near Eleventh : no charge tor extracting when
plates at* made: old plates made over like new;
teeth from 98 per set; extracting 60c; gas given.
ONEST WORK: VERY LOWKST PRICES.
DR. HAHDCASTLK. 628 Montgomery, r_. 1.
Ii^ULL WET OF TEETH. $7; WaBRaNTED
X 1 fivo years. DR. V. CAVaLBKY. 24 sixth su
ET OFTKETH WITHOUT A PLATE. DR. H.
G. YOUNG. 1841 Polk st.
I\R GKOKGJC W. : LEEK. THK OESUINB
XJ Leek dentist, discoverer of painless extraction
aDd patentee of ■ Improved bridge work or teem
without any plata, moved from 6to 20 Farrell at.
AINLESS extraction, 60c; CROWN.
X bridge work a specialty; plates, $5 up: 13 vearv
experience. • B. L. WALaH. D.D.8.. 816«4 Geary.
1 »_. H. H. SHAW, 224.KEABNY — BBIIAiE-
XJ work a specialty ; open evenings 7:80 to 9.
/ OLTON DENTAL ASSOCIATION. 80<* M_.U^
\J k«t su ' DR. CHARLES W. DECKER.
D' R. J. J. LEEK, 1206 MARKET, COR. GOLDEN
Gate aye.— Open evenings; Snedavs till noon.
__ WORK REASONABLE ■•> AND WA_-"
tmnfd. DR. J W. KEY. 1123 Market st.
■7W: ■;■*'■'"• 1 • STORAGE. ' •',. .. "-. ; !
T""_ r ROONE YT^2Td^s7oiJ^?T6TtA^_~AT
.reduced rates: basement storage,9l 60 per load
TORAGK— CHEAPEST IN THK CITY ; FlRE-
proof oniidlng; advances made.; 211 Larkin.
I o west BATES— FURNITURK, PIANOS.
XJ household goods, etc. . J. M. !»<erce, 736 Market.
AB. SMITH FURNITURE . CO., 132 ELLIS;
. low rates: fire-proof bonding; Eastern plac
PPLY FOR BATES FOR STORING FURNI-
lure, eta ■ BHIItE- _ SHUtEK. 747 iiwrkeu "
;.,„ MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.,
_»"Onn NE~W FIRST-CLASS ifPRIGHT^ON
i|D_UU. $5 installments. 221 Leavenworth sU
"MAGNIFICENT STOCK PIANO; OR AND
l'l tone; private party; obliged to sacrifice. Boom
31, Flood building. • - .-- ■ . ...
RARE O I'PO IT UPRIGHT .GRAND
XV Hardmau: like new; wonderful tone;, elegant
case: erfect condition: offered by private party at
your own price for Immediate sale. Room 10,
Flood building. ■■ ' ' ■
<_ = MONTHLY INSTALLMENTB-A LARGE
rjst> size, new fine-tune Upright; price $175. 418
Kills St., room 22. • _._ -;
STEINWAY, 9175: DECKER, 9150: LADD,
960; tuning, repairing. BRI _NN'S. 228 Post.
OHMEK. .STECIC, STEINWAY. BTATHAM
second-hand upright scbeap. 106 McAllister.
NNUAL MAY CLEARANCE SALE OF
pianos and musical goods; evervthlng sold
cheap this month. MAUVaIS', 769 Market st. .
HERMAN. CLAY A CO,, BTEINWAY REP-
resentatives, show the largest assortment of
pianos aud organs In the West; all grades and
prices; easy monthly payments; everything guar-
anteed 'as represented. Kearny and Sutler.
KFOKK BUYINGBEKHAINEBROS.', BUSH
& Gerts' and Knabe pianos; at -wholesale
prices. A. L. BANCROFT _, CO.. 324 Post st.
A SHAW, $575; STEINWAY. 9216: SQUARE,
9*6; rented 92 op. HEINK, 136 Ellis st.
CjQk PIANO; GOOD CONDITION. SCHMITZ,
<S)O0. 16 McAllister St.. next Hlbernia Bank.
LL YOU WANT IS VALUE - FOR YOUR
money ; investigate these prices and be con-
vinced: the new seven-bar autoharp $6; the five-
bar autoharp $4; a seventeen inlaid rosewood
ribbed mandolin $6 25; the prize-winner guitar
93 25; solid walnut and oak organs, new, 947 SO;
elegant new upright pianos In any style case, wal-
nut, mahogany, oak. $187; one trial will convince
yon. J. HARRY SCOTT, U29 Market at, Bpreck-
cl's building. _ ■■■-'-■■ _. .
A RRIVKD-LOT of celebrated hioh-
_X grade T. L. Neumann pianos; prices, and terms
moderate. H. LUEDKRB, 82 Ninth st.
noNOVER PIANO: AS UUOD AS NEW;
\J great sacrifice. TU» .*•. W. bP_NCKU COM-
PANY, 838 Post st. ' "
/^HICKEKINO, KNABK, STKCK.VOSE. STER-
\J ling pianos; see our new piano for $187; pianos
:or renu BENJ. CURTAZ _ son, 16 O'Farralt.
(jjj 1 --r CASH OK INSTALLMENTS; WEBER
<3>l 10. upright; perfect order. 1019 Van Ness,
YKON MAU/.Y, 308. POST BOHMKR,
Newby A Evans. Brtggs and other pianos.
UPERIOR VIOLINS, ZITHERS. OLD ANEW
O H. Ml 1.1.XX. rermirpr, * Jjuham place.
»» part payment of magnificent new piano. Ad-
3re»s Box 61, this office^
«A HORSES FOR SALE; ALSO WAGONS,
'IV buggies, carts, harness; Grand Arcade Horse
Market. 327 Sixth St.; auction bales every Wednes-
day. SULLIVAN _ DOYLE. Auctioneers. •
lAi) S_T3 SECOND-HAND HARNESS; ALL
11/ kinds; second-hand wagons, buggy, carts:
also 20 cheap horses. Fifteenth and Valencia sts.
OBSES PASTURED; SEND FOR CIRCU-
iar. The Hyde Ranch, 630 Commercial st.
"I £(\ bKTS NEW AaU SECOND-HAND HAK-
lul/ ness: all kinds; wagons, buggies, horses and
scrapers- sand-wagons. ' 1128 Mission st.
R. C H. WESTPHAL, VETERINARY BUB-
K*on for a F. Police Department. Office anil
hospital. 121 Cttv Hal: aye.: telephone south 4111.
WAGONS AND CARRIAGES.
T IGHT WAGON; GOOD CONDITION
XJ ble for grocery cheap. 836 Devisadero st.. near
HANDSOME FAMILY CARRIAGE, NEARLY
XI new, with single. harness, together or sepa-
rately, for sale. 822 Broadway, Oakland. /
FFF.R WANTED ON $250 TOP ROAD BUG-
gy. 1620 Mission st. ■ J
VTKW AND D-H AND BAKERY, LAUN-
— I dry. milk and grocery wagons: also rockaway
and 2 fine buggies. H'-'8 Harrison st-
THRESH HALF-BREED JERSEY'^QU ARTS
J rich milk a day: for family. 1312 Folsom st.
■L-" IRS 1 -CLASS SECOND-HAND WASHING-
" ton hand press; alsoeltbth medium Universal:
thoroughly overhauled; cheap. Address C. A.,
box 100. this office. '■
ECOND-HAND GAS OR GASOLINE KN-
ginei: varioussUtes; guaranteed perfect order;
bargain. G. E.. box 100. Call.
SINGER, NEW FAMILY: FIVE DRAWERS;
912 60. 2437 Mission, near Twenty-first.
TJARGAINS TYPEWRITERS: ALL MAKER;
XJ write for price*. Typewriter Kx., 310 California.
L'OH SALE CHEAP-86 HORSEPOWER EN-
JP glnc, bo ler, shafting, pulleys, etc. Apply W.
E. LEE, Twenty-fourth bU and Telegraph aye.,
land. V . •■
C\ LOSING OUT OF STOVES. TIN WARE, ETC;
\J small or large quantity. 1075 Howard st.
1 HUH MODEL. NEW WHEEL; $45 CASH.
1O JD 940 Folnom st. ■•■■•--.
SAND-PAPER MACHINE. BUZZ P-ANER,
rock breaker, 6 h-pow. boiler engine. 404 3d.
PICTURE-FRAMING WITH- GLASS 7x9
X inches. 10c; . Bxlo and 10x12, 15c; 11x14 and
12x16, 20c: 14x17, 2Bc: 16x20, 30c: 18x22, Ssc;
20x24, 46c; 22x28. 60c. JONES, 647 Mission st.
1 WINDMILL: TANKS 15.000 GAL-
-1"I Ions; frame 30 feet; pump and pipes: also B-
foot windmill; tanks 10,0<X) gallons: pumps and
pipes. 1467 Seventh St., West Oakland. .
T^OR SALE AT A BAKU AlN— HAD WKN-
-C SWAIN gas-encme (4 horsepower). In perfect
order. Call at 207-209 Sacramento St., third floor.
"YOUNG RATTER AND HUNTER PUPS
X cheap. A. SWELL, Eighteenth and Rail-
road aye. > :
"PIANO, 925; COW, 925; PANEL-TOP WAGON
X cheap. 814 Nineteenth, nr. Sanchez, aft. 6 p.m.
HIGH GRADE '95 BICYCLES; $80 TO 960.
Hamilton Cyclery, Baker and Hayes st.
FIRE-PROOF t>AFE WITH BURGLAR
X chest; cheap. D. N. HAWI.EY, 818 Market.
waterpipes. Mclntosh A Wolpman, 137 Beale.
ABY CARRIAGES AND RATTAN FURNI.
X> ture bought at the factory saves retailer's pro-
fit. California Rattan Co., 61 First St., nr. Mission
UILDfNGS BOUGHT; LUMBER, BASHKS
13 doors, mantels, etc fir sale. 1166 Mission.
NE SMALL M-DU.M AND LARCH SIZE
fire and bur»!.ir proof safe. 109. 111 Market sW
L-IRE AND .; BURGLAR SAFK, LETTER-
X: press, platform scales and desk:cheap. 102 Clay.
\TEW RANGES CHEAPER THAN SKCONU-
1\ hand. W. a RAY Mfg Co.. 12 California »-
Cl OUNT £ X S, SHELVING. bHUWCAS-3
; bought and Mid 112U*MarkM bet. 7U»and«ta
AW I : i _ N KtVS FOR 5 CENTS — THIS
WEEK— CALL. In wrapper, for mailing.
NEW PROCESS-NO MEDICINE, INSTRU-
mint or worthless pills used ; every woman her
own physician for all female troubles, no matter
from what. cause: restores always in. one day;
helped at once: can be sent and used at home: all
cases guaranteed. PR. POPPER, 318 Kearny st.
1 ADIEB, CONSULT FBEE MliS. DR. SCOTT".
XJ 216 Powell sUi only qualified specialist; $500
for case I fall to cure: diseases of the eyes treated.
LL cases OF irregularities RE-
stored In a few hours; safe and sure relief
guaranteed : travelers helped without delay: pri-
vate home In confinement; regular graduate
physician: 30 years' successful practice; MEDI-
CAL ELECTRICITY used: ladles, consult the
doctor before going elsewhere: you win save time
and expense; consultation free and confidential.
MRS. DR. WYETH, 916 Post St.. near Larklu.
A;BLESHINO..TO LADIES SUFFERING
from Irregularities and diseases peculiar .to
their sex: latest Improved method of treatment:
never fails: perfectly harmless: free from any bad
effects; never makes them sick to make them
well: travelers helped Immediately : prices to suit
the times; home in confinement. lilt, & MRS.
DAY IKS, 14 McAllister su, next Hlbernla Bank;
consult free French regulating pink pills. 92.
1 ADIES— CHICHKSTKR'S ENGLISH PEN-
Xj nyroyal Pills (Diamond Brand) are the best;
safe, reliable; take no other; send 4c. stamps for
particulars. "Relief for Ladies." in letter by return
mall; at druggists Chichester : Chemical Com-
pany, Philadelphia Pa. . ' \ .
MRS. DR. WEOENEK, PRIVATE HOME IN
confinement: - Irregularities cured In a ■ few
hours without operation; pills 92. 419 Eddy sU
RS. GOODWIN MAKES A SPECIALTY OF
diseases of women and restores all | cases of ir-
regularity in one day; cure or no charge; separata
home for patients; best skill; medical atl«nd-
nce: low lees; regulator. $2. 1370 Market su ' -•
URECURE FOR ALL FKMALK DISEASES,
from whatever cause: a home In confinement
with every comfort; 7 satisfaction guaranteed, by
MRS. DR. GWYKK, 226 Turk St.
TF IRREGULAR OR ANY FKMALK DISEASE,
1 don't fall to see MRS. DR. PUKTZ, 264y» 4th.
T ADIKS — GJ£RMACIDE CAPSULES PBE-
XJ vents, safe,, sure; pills do longer - required;
$1 60 per box. Q. S. P. Co.. 1031 Market st.. aF.
1 B, HALL, 14 McALLISTKR M'REKT, NEAH
'Jones.- - I»ifiea»fs of women and children.
HOME, a FJtIENT> AND MOTHER'S CAKE.
MRS. DR. FUN K'S, 1416 Klghtc st.,Alamcda
A LPEAU'B FRENCH; PILLS— A BOON TO
_\. ladles troubled with Irregularities: no danger;
safe and sure: $2 50 express C. O. D. : don't delay
until too late.- OSOOOD BROS.. Oakland. Cal.
D^^'K^rSß&^l'v^R^E^LTws' A "sPECL
A aJty; private;: no charge unless successful; all
lawsuits, claims, collections, wills, deeds, etc., at
tended to. G. W. HOWE, att'y-at-law, 850 Market
jT"nolen, attorney-at-Law. 55
. Market su; advice free. ■ . .
E. PHILLIP^, U. 8. AND sTATE COURTS
• damage suits; law. of probate and divorce
charges moderate. • Offices, 508 California st.
; J. MURRAY. ATT'Y AND COUNSELOR Al
. law: advice free. 24 Sixth su, rooms 14, 15
\XT •W. DAVIDSON, ATTORNEY- A r-LAW,42(
11 . California at., rooms 14 and 15: a.l vice free
;._ ■- SEWING MACHINES. N
A LLKINDS BOUGHT. SOLD/EXCHANGED
IV rented, repaired; lowest rate. £05 Fourth st
m CITY ■ REAL : ESTATE. 'V^J.^ n
"^TTwAA N^rHTTt>r > MJF^rKoO>IS. BATH:
tjpIUUU. 2 lots: cM< -house; chickens; 2
minutes, from depot and . horsecars. - Address r.
BLAG ROVE, Golden Gate. Berkeley.
OR SALE. CHEAP— TWO 2-STORY HOUSES;
lot 27:6x85; 7 rooms: bath: ; finished base-
ment;- rooms decorated; electric wire: speaking
tubes: one walks. On Waller St., near Stanyan,
half block from Golden Gate Park. .
CL'£^(t HOUSE AND LOT, $650. ■■ ■ • ■-"
tpDO". Lot 25x125: 4-room cottage: suitable
for dairy. PATTERSON * CO, 2 Valencia sU -■:
<_ A C\(\ AT A SACRIFICE— 9400. i-K'
i tUU. Corner bouse and lot, cblcken-houies
and barn: lot 63 by 100; 976 down, small Install-
ments: good : location. PATTERSON & ; CO.. 3
Valencia st. ; ~:'J :•'■-.-" ■' '•'■"''■ ••" - --•'-■""
TiOR SALE, JKRSEY. ST., NEAR DOUGLASS;
X 1 new cottage 5 large rooms, bath, attic, fine base-
ment, latest improvement: Vi block from electric-
cars. Apply WM. PLANT. NE. cor. 24iu and
Douglass. ■,:'•■•- "■•■•,-.■ . •""'-'..' ' .'•.•.■•'■'■■*■'■-.
ATA- SACRIFICE— MODERN RESIDENCE
J\. and SB- foot lot. cost $14,600; small . cash pay-
ment : rest monthly. Apply 2710 Devlsadero. ■ :
_>OR SALE — ELEGANT 12-ROQM HOUSE,
-T just completed, opp. Park: modern. 1917 Oak.
(_QFIA NEAT COTTAGE AND LOT; 5
*&oO\J. rooms: hard-finished. 210 Andover
aye., bet. Crescent st. and East aye., Holly Park
Tract. _. ■ ■'•-■•■ ■':-■■• ' . -- ■
EXCHANGE— 76x100; ELEGANT 9- ROOM
house; free use of large grounds; water works
and stable; splendid view: value 9600<>; mort-
gage 92000. SHAJDBURNE, owner, Hoffman
aye. and 2f>Ui St., San Francisco. . - •■--
m> I fr (\ RARE CHANCE FOR A HOMK;
*!p i li)U. new 2-story cottage 7 rooms, cor. lot,
x5O, Holly Park; small payments same as rent.
CADENAsSO & CO., 612 Montgomery »t.
ftnijAA 50-FOoT~FRONT~XX WESTERN
tJp_IOUU. Addition: Improved; . rents 924 per
month. ASHTON A GARDNER, 411 Montgom-
ery st. :
Tjj-1 h(\(\ COTTAGE; 3 BOOMS: LOT 60x135:
«£)IOUV/* In Berkeley, near station: payments
easy. - - - - • ■ •
$1100— Cottage; 3 rooms: lot 75x125.
$1000— Handsome corner; 100x100; 916
$200— Lot 25x135: $10 down: $5 monthly.
CHAS. A. BaILEY, 'JO Montgomery su
dkOA PER LOT, 25x100; SAN BRUNO ROAD;
*X_<U 6Va miles from Palace Hotel: patent title;
8. P. K. t;. shore line will cross tract, make It busi-
ness property; 15 minutes distant: some day
worth 91000 a lot; deed, map and abstract 91. A.
WHEELER, 331 Montgomery st., room 10.
VIODEBN 2-STORY DWELLING, 7 ROOMS,
i'l bath, basement and attic, built for $2500:
flats and cottages built at most reasonable rates.
Call and see plans. J.McCONAHEY, 1149 Mission
COUNTRY REAL ESTATE.
©-'Aft CHANCE OF A LIFETIME TO
tU)i)OUU. secure a model home at just half its
real value; must bo sold at once on account of
owner leaving the State; 65 acres fine land near
good town; in easy drivlngdiatance from Oakland;
1 5 acres tine bearing orchard; cherries, apricots,
Times, apples, eta; 10 acres bearing vineyard,
Balance in grain; heavy crop: modern cottage-
house of 7 hard-finished rooms; good barn and
other buildings: water pipea from living springs:
also a runninac stream through the place; beautiful
lawn and flowers; also vegetable garden; flr.it come
first served; and If you don't apply early you'll
miss it. GAMAN A LYON, 215 Kearny st. .
"cjitixnn REDUCED FROM $12,000 TO
<IPO«JUU. make quick sale: 30 acres early fruit
In bearing, one mile from Vacavllle: has rented
for several years and is now rented for $1500
cash; this year's rental goes to buyer or will re-
serve rent and sell for 97000: what better invest-
ment than this can you flud? GAMAN _ LYON,
21 ft Kearny. ... - __ . ■ - -
Ci«Qcn<| NICE LITTLE .HOME OF 10
»jS»JiJUI'. acres creek bottom land near good
town and railroad and only 12 miles over i ood road
from Oakland; fronts county road! nice Improve-
ments: 3 or 4 acres bearing orchard, ba'ance grain;
bargain. GAMAN — LYON, 216 Kearny St.
©IQCn 60 ACRES FINE LAND FRONT-
© IOwU. Ing road; all under cultivation;
fenced: no other improvements': easy driving dis-
tance from Oakland and near town; could be sub-
divided in 10-acre lots and sold readily at good
profit; .see this. GAMAN A LYON, 216 Kearny.
ffljO^nn 160 ACRES l MILE FROM TOWN
ijPOUUU. and only 20 miles from Oakland:
fenced; good new house and barn: living springs;
water piped to buildings, bearing trees and vines
for family use; 80 acres comparatively level and
fine fruit land, balance timber and pasture; pos-
sessory title to 160 acres joining included: posses-
sion .November 1, 1896, or $4000 and Immediate
possession, including heavy grain crop on the 80
acres. GAM AN 4 LYON, 215 Kearny st.
- 7,^A 160 ACHES FINE LEVEL LAND
<J!O I v\J. near Vacavllle, Solano County;
fenced Into 7 fields; 10 acres bearing orchard : 90
acres grain: heavy crou;- common boose; large
barn: other buildings: nome personal property In-
cluded; will leave 93000 for i or 5 years at" 4 1 2
per cent If desired ; this is » great .bargain and the
terms unusually easy. GAMAN & LYON, 215
BA RG A I N~ FOR 1 WEEK— OF THE
best 60 acre vineyard In Nania Clara Valley;
rear Los Gatos. Address V., box 5, Call Office. -
OOD-PAYING INSTALLMENT HOUSE FOR
VT sale. A ddr.ss 801 Kast Main st., Stockton, Cal.
$70 PER ACRE. •
SIX ANNUAL PAYMENTS.
OAKDALE. STANISLAUS CO., CAL.
A 10-acre orange grove makes a nice horn* and
at the same time a good Investment: It will cost
you unimproved ' 9700, planted and cultivated
91750: about 9300 cash, balance In five annual
payments: no Interest; the trees t>lant ed on this
property will begin bearing in about 3 years, and
the fourth and fifth years will be paying large re-
We have an experienced horticulturist in charge
of the colony who will care for non-resident own-'
ers' properties very reasonably.
For further . particulars, maps and circulars ap-
ply to EASTON, ELDRIDGE _ CO.,
638 Market St., San Francisco. I
Or F. T. KNOWING, our representative, Oakdale,
I:»OR SALE; AT A SACRIFICE; BEAUTIFUL
. home; a productive farm of 72 acres: fine resi-
dence orchard and vineyard of 18 acres: large
barn, windmills, etc.; situated in Yfcnaclo Valley,
Contra Costa County, near railroad station; must
be sold: will subdivide If necessary. WALTER
J. BAK SETT, 328 Montgomery st.
riOXTRA COSTA COUNTY LAND FOR SALE;
\J send for list. D. J. WEST, Martinez. Cal. _
MAP IN "COUNTY— 5000 ACRES 26 MILES
from San Francisco. ■-. ■
Rancho de Novato. .
Tracts cut any size desired; fruit, train and
vegetable land: no irrigation: both rail and water
transportation; $40 to 976 per acre; terms made
to suit: send for circular. " " '
Improved dairy farms for sale with cows.
SYNDICATE INVESTMENT COMPANY, 64
and 65 Chronicle building.
<3»Q AN ACRE: 320 ACRES, HOUSE,
«IpO fences, fertile soli, living water, plenty of
wood: crops never fall; good for stock, grain,
fruit, poultry, etc.: terms easy; no snow; no
chills. M. •A. GRIFFIN, real estate agent, Cot-
tonwood, Shasta County, Cal. . - . -
inn ACRES OR ANY PORTION: a HOURS'
1 \J\J drive from city: suitable for raising vege-
tables, chickens or flowers; plenty of water at a
depth of 7 feet: price $100 per acre. ASUTON A
GARDINER, 411 Montgomery st.
8 ACRES GARDEN LAND IN ROSS VALLEY,
O orchard and running stream -old improvements;
93000. Address J. TUNBTF.aD, San Rafael.
KNDFOHOUR LIST OF ORCHARD HOMES
for sale. WOOSTER <fc WHITTQN. San Jos*.
T ITTLE HOMES CLOSE TO TOWN: IM-
XJ proved; -easy terms; also 4, 6 and 12 acre
pieces on 8 and 10 years' credit; 3 partly improved,
with small house, etc. D. H. T WING. Sonoma
City. Inquire 632 Market st. S. F.
MONEY _ TO LOAN.
1 ST — 2D MORTGAGES: INTERESTS IN ES-
J-tates Slowest rates :no deIay .MURPHY.62B MrkU
<_i n (\r\n AT 6% PER CENT WE HAVE
«JpXV.V/UU to loan on good city real estate.
G. H. UMBBEN A CO., 14 Montgomery Bt.
■RIG CAPITAL. IN TRUST AT 6 PKK CENT;
X> the same rate on a 2d mortgage or life insur-
ance, or across the bay. Coin, box 19, Call Office.
4 DVANOESONDIAMONDB.JKWKLHY, ktu
J\ Columbia Loan *. Collateral Office. 9 (iranc aye.
rnoLOANBY PRIVATE PARTY; FROM 920
1 to $5000 on good security. i'.O.box 444. Oakland
NY AMOUNT: IST, 21> or 3D MOIITUAGE3:
estates, undivided Interests, real estate in pro-
bate. McCOLGAN. 24 Montgomery, rooms 2-3.
MONEY i LOAKED 'ON JEWKLRY AND
other valuables «at the Security Loan Office,
1106Mark*tst..nr. Mason : private entrance 7 Turk.
OBTGAGKS, LOANS ON COLLATERA 8;
low rates. Hylvaln Saloman <£ C 0. ,328 Montgy
D" IRECT OS YOUR FURNITURE OR PIANO:
no removal: no delays; no commissions: low
interest. Km. 68, Donohue bldg, 1170 Market su
<_ 1 (\f\ f\f\f\ TO LOAN ON LIFE INSUR-
«JnIUU.UUU ance policies. JOSEPH B. TOP-
LITZ, 330 Pine, _• ' -
LOANS ON -FURNITURE, -PIANOS AND
diamonds; confidential. Room 107, 6 Eddy st
A~ T 12« KBABNY ST.. BOOM^k-MOSKY
loaned, watches, diamonds, etc. ; low rates: p;t«
Tate rooms: elevator: pledges for sal j cheap. -
~~~- proposals. ;- _
R'OPbSAL^* FOR" RAISING AND^JKN-
Urging a school - building, for -heating and
ventilating' a school building, for building -. a
concrete bulkhead r and for ■ constructing water
closets— Sealed proposals will : be received by the
Superintendent of Common schools, In open ses-
sion of the Board of Education, new City Hall,
San Francisco, on WEDNESDAY. May 13. 1886.
at 8:30 o'clock p. _ lor raising and enlarging the
Bernal Heights Primary School building, for heat-
Ing and ventilating said building: for reconstruct-
ing a concrete bulkhead at-the North Cosmopoli-
tan Grammar School, and t constructing water
closets at the Columbia Grammar and Harrison
Primary schools, In accordance ■ with plans and
specifications- (and 'conditions named therein) at
the office of CHARLES I. HAVENS, architect of
the board, room 55, Flood building, corner Fourth
and Market streets.' The board reserves the right
to reject any or all bids as the public good may re-
quire. GEORGE Bfc. AN STQ>\ Secretary. ■
. OAKLAND REAL ESTATE. ~~ |
qiQp:n/y chicken RANCH; THIS IS A
<iS)OO\J\J. bargain; Improvements cost $4000;
the best improved chicken ranch in Contra Costa
County: only 2 hours' drive from Oakland. For
particular* apply to owner, V. P. MITCH ELS,
painter, Fourteenth and Webster Bis. Oakland.
d?~| Q^fi EASY TIiRMS; NEW 6-ROOM
VPX OO\J. house; block and half fiom cars; cor-
ner lot: an Ideal home; see it at once. WM. P.
TODD, 1002 Broadway, Oakland. . . •
GOOD COTTAGK; B ROOMS. BATH, ETC.;
large lot; lane fruit trers; In heart of Fruit-
vale: only $1250: •' terms to . suit. LODGE <&
POWELL, Frultvale station. .
Q»A ' A FOR BEAUTIFUL LOTS IN MEAD
tJp*±tJ vf. Park, which faces San Pablo aye.. Mar»
ket and Twenty-fifth st., in the center of Oakland:
terms, one-fourth cash. A. H. Brped it Co., 460
Ninth st., Oakland, or DAVIDSON A LEIGH, 137
Montgomery st.. San Francisco.
LOOKI $100! LOTS ON INSTALLMENTS;
XJ no interest: near local trains and electric cars.
H. B. PINNKY, 902 Broadway, Oakland. ; -
A TTENTION BUILDERS — PARTIES bl>
A siring to build homes or bouses to rent will find
I: to their advantage to call on us at once: special
attention given lo alterations or repairs; plans and
specifications furnished free of charge. .A. H
BLOW. 1010 Broadway. . . • - . -
HOUSE AND BUILDING LOTS ON INSTALL-
menu equal to - rent; close to Frultvale sta-
tion: 46 minutes to Ban Francisco: 13 minutes to
Broadway, Oakland; street work all done; sewers,
gas and water in. Apply to Syndicate Investment
Company, KD WARD DICK, agent, Frultvale sta-
*_ OAKLAND HOUSES TO LET.
AG E, 5 ROOM SAN D BATH: DEN}
,V/ rent $14. water f rep. 107 Taylor st. '
OAKLAND FURNITURE FOR SALE.
"^q^ FTR^rTuiKE^iaroMs^ hTschell!
(■pOU. HAAS'. 408 Eleventh at.. Oakland.
OFFICE— I43S PARK STREET.
ALAMEDA REAL ESTATE. }
i'J and builders, Bay-street station, Alameda,
Cal., telephone 2.
9i;200— cash, 920 monthly: 37:6 frontage;
handsome new colonial cottage; 5 rooms and bath.
$2450-$25 cash, $22 50 monthly: 63x117; cot-
tage of 6 rooms and bath.
$2800— No cash, $25 monthly; 35x100: sunny
corner house; 7 rooms and bath.
83000— No cash: $25 monthly; 37:6x100; NW.
corner: cottage; 5 rooms.
$3250—6 rooms and bath, to be built to order,' In
Several special bargains in lots.
Houses and stores to let from $10 up.
Open Sundays and holidays. *
OOK-9350 FOR LOTS HALF A BLOCK
from Park «t.. Alameda. on installments: fine
location. H.B. PINNEY, 902 Broadway, Oakland.
OfH^CXft 4-KOOM COTTAGE, $50 CASH
<J)_.UUU. $20 per month. -
$2300— 5-room cottage, $300 cash, $25 month.
9 2750— 6-room cottage, 9260 cash, $25 month.
$8000— 8- room house, 9200 cash, 925 month.
14000— 7-room bouse, 9600 cash, $25 month.
All modern houses, on improved . streets and
convenient to trains. Have also a few magnificent
homes at reduced prices and on easy terms.
JOSEPH A. LEONARD Company, 1364 Park st.,
Alameda. ■•-■ • - ■ ■"■ •• ■ ■
"<_! rrrf\ MODERN COTTAGE: 5 ROOMS
Cl lOV. and bath; $100 cash, $20 per month.
95600— NE. cor.: new; rooms and bath: open
plumbing, etc; 9250 cash. 930 a month. - No. 788.
$3100— $100 cash, 925 a month; fine 6-room cot-
tage; lot 40x125; nice grounds. No. 606.
$5000— Elegant new house: 8 rooms: mast be
sold: $500 cash, 940 per month. No. 671. . - ;
$2800— Snap: $160 cash, $26 per month: new
modern cottage; 6 rooms: lot 40x100. No 752.
$3500— New modern -'-story. 7 rooms and bath:
$250 cash. 930 per month. No. 662.
Houses to let in all parts of Alameda.
H. P. MOREAL <fc CO., 1432 Park St., Alameda.
V^EW COLONIAL HOUSE OF 7 LARGE
—1 rooms, just completed, on Central avc, 1 block
west from Park St.; lot 36x140; rooms on lower
floor beautifully tinted and frescoed: parlor enam-
eled in old ivory, mantel white and gold; burl pan-
els In doors; plate glass throughout: beautiful
brick mantel In dining-room; plumbing all open
work, and nickel-plated cement basement: elec-
tric appliance. Call and see this house, as I am
sure if you wish to buy it will suit you. GEORGE
_. M. GRAY. 463 Ninth St.. Oakland.
ARE CHANCE TO SECURE A HOME ON
easy terms: 4, 6, 6 and 7 room cottars and 2-
story dwellings on easy terms; from 92000 up;
$150 cash: balance on easy monthly payments to
suit. Address A. R. DKNKE. real estate, archl-
tect nti'l huildrr. 1503 Seventh »'.. AlamPdn.
ALAMEDA HOUSES TO LET.
modern Improvements; lawn: flowers; rent
$20: water free. 1434 Ninth St., bet. Mustick and
Endnal station. Alameda. -• ' ' ■■ ■
BERKELEY REAL ESTATE.
VT ICE" COTTAGK— LOT 100x130, WITH 100
—l chickens; reasonable; easy terms. 2 10 Vis
Eleventh St., S. F.
OOD HOMES FOR RENT OR FOR SALE
on easy terms. O. G. MAY <& CO., real estate
and building. 2123 Center St.. Berkeley.
r house of 10 rooms, bath and laundry; large
yard, stable and chicken-house; cheap to responsi-
ble and permanent tenant; 3 blocks from station;
convenient to University. Address Berk, box 10,
Call Office. . . .
OR BENT— ELEGANT RESIDENCE OF
-T 12 rooms, Dwlght way, Berkeley; beautiful
grounds; profusion of flowers, frnit. and shrub-
bery:, carriage-house, barn, eta' M. L. WUBTS,
Dwigbt-way station. ■
PROPERTY TO EXCHANGE.
D\l\f 20 houses and lots, from 91260 to. .f 10.000
50 ranches, ail sizes, from 9100 to 30.000
20 houses, Oakland and Alameda. 91000 to 8.000
100 business places, all kinds, from 950 to. 4,000
25 lodging-bouses and hotels, from 9^oo to 3,000
4 flats, lot 60x114 • 5,000
•1 good lot In city....:.. 150
2 lots. Ocean View. 50x125 600
4 stores; 28 rooms; rent 9H'O ;.... 25,000
WHAT HAVE YOl' TO OFFER? :
I SELL AND EXCHANGE j
All kinds of property. ■ — ■ i —
H. C. DECKER, 1020 Market St., opposite Fifth,
SAN RAFAEL RESIDENCE: 8 ROOMS, ETC.;
0 accepted street: value 94000; will exchange
for city residence. J. R. ROCHE, San Rafael.
O EXCHANGE— ROYAL BICYCLE. BODE
less than 100 miles, for first-class typewriter.
Address, with particulars, V. B-, box 89. this office.
ToQfl acre's TIMBER land, kern CO.;
I £iO\J water: fine for cattle-ralslng. N..b\.16.Ca1l
XJ superior Court in and for the city and County
of San Francisco, State of California.
In the matter of the estate of JEAN LACOSTE,
deceased. No. 17,239. ■.-.-■■
Notice is hereby given that FRIDAY, the 16th
day of May, A. D. 1896. at 10 o'clock a. U. of said
day, and 'the courtroom- of Department No. 9 of
said court, at the New City Hall, in the City and
County of San Francisco, mate of California, have
been appointed as the tin»e and place for proving
the will of said JEAN LACOSTE, deceased, and
for hearing the application of JEAN PIERRE
TllKuphile LACOSTE, for the issuance to him
of letters testamentary thereon.
Dated April 30. A. I) . 1896.
[BKAI] ; CHARLES F. CURRY, Clerk.
By V. F. Northrop, Deputy Clerk.
P. ALEXANDRA BKRGKROT, attorney for
petitioner, rooms 142-143, Crocker building, San
Francisco. - •
BltJTlfcS — MARIUACIK^ — DEATHSL
[Birth, marriage an 1 death notices sent by mall
will not be inserted. They must be tended In at
either of the publication offices and be indorsed
with the name and residence of persons authorlzaJ
to have the same published.]
BLISS— May 9, 1896, to the wife of F. _. Bliss,
HTTTCHINOS-ADLER-May 10, 1896, Frank J.
Mulchings and Bessie F. Adler, both of San
Clancy, Mary Mahoney. Mrs. E.
Colmann, Barbara M. O'^bea. 'Thomas
Einsfeld, Peter Parsons, Edwin A.
Euos. Arthur F. Rellly. William T.
Fennel, Caroline Reynolds. Clara
Foster. Martha J. Rodriguez, Dolores
Gebhardt, Frederick Satter. Adam
Hamilton, James L. Shendan. Mary C.
J pilings. William Silva, Antone
Kennedy. Mary Sieele. Samuel J.
Knob'.och, Jacob Toland. John
Kupfer, Genevievß Thomas, Charles W.
Lapouble, Daniel Whitworth, Florence
Larkin, George H. Zeiner. Emma
CLAXCY-In this city. May 10. 1896. Mary, be-
loved wife of P. W. Clancy, and sister of Mrs.
Miles Sharkey of Plumas County, Cal., a native
of Ireland, aged 41 years.
COLMANN— in ths city. May 9, 1898. Barbara M.,
beloved wife of Martin Colmann. and mother of
Mrs. B. Naber, Mrs. Rose Norrls, Mrs C. W.
Heyer, and Martin, George and Alma colmanu,
and sister of Mrs Rose Bernardl. Pbilipp. Geb-
hardt, and the late Mrs. F.tnma and Mary
Buhlert, a native of Germany, aged 58 years 2
months and 19 days. Past Grand of Walhalla
Rebekah Degree Lodge No. 130. I. O. a F.
.(^Friends and acquaintances are rssoec-
fully Invited to attend the funeral TO-MORROW
(Tuesday), at 1 o'clock p. v.. under the auspices
of Walhalla Rebekah Degree Lodge No. 130,
1 O. O. F., from I. O. O. F. Hall, corner Seventh
and Market streets. Interment Cypress Lawn
EINSFELD-Iu this city. May 9, 1896, Ptter, do-
lovea husband of the late Nellie Einsfed, and
father of Peter, Harry M.. George A. and Josepti-
ine Klnsfelrt. a native of Germany, aged 65 years
1 month and I day. [San Jose papers please
ffg-Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funaral TO-MORROW
(Tuesday). at 10 o'clock a. _ from the under-
taking parlors or McGinn Bros., 31 Eddy s'.reet.
ENOs— ln this city. May 10. 1896, Arthur Francis,
beloved child of Frank and Anne F.uos. a native
of San Franc>sco, aged 4 mouths and 26 days.
FENNKL— In this city, Mny 10. 1896, Caroline
Fennel, widow of the late Henry Fennel, and
boloved mother of Henry and Jacob Fennel,
Mrs. C. Heilwlgand Mrs. George C. Wood, a na-
tive of Germany, aged 63 years 10 months and 4
days. A niemb'Tof the 'San Francisco Frauen
Vereln. [Los Angeles papers please copy.J
49TFriends and acquaintance* ara resnect-
fully invitea to attend the funeral TO-MORROW
(Tuesday), at 2 o'clock p. _.. from the residence
of Mr. C. Hellwig, 123« Guerrero street, near
Twenty-fifth. Interment I. O. O. F. Cemetery.
SAN FRANCISCO FRAUEX VEREIN— The
officers and funeral committee are hereby In-
vited to assombl© TO-MORROW (Tuesday), at 1
o'clock p. _ at their meeting-rooms. Drolds'
Hall, 413 Suiter street, to attend tiie funeral of
O'ir late member. Mrs. Caroline Fennel.
MRS. ANNA HUHU, President.
Mb». Anka Moas, Secretary.
FOSTER— In this city, May 9.1896, Martha i..
beloved wife of George W. Foster, mother of
George A. and Elmer A. Foster, Mrs. Emma J.
Leilingwell. Mrs. Annie F. Case, Mrs. A. G.
Stewart, Mrs. Dan Chisholm and the late Laura
Crabtree, a native of New Hampshire and a
pioneer of California, aged 75 years 8 months and
18 days. [Oakland (Cal.) and Boston (Mass.)
papers please copy.J
AS'Frlends and acquaintances are resoect-
fully invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Monaay), at Haywards. Alameda County, Cal.,
on the arrival of the 1 o'clock r. _. train from
GEBHARDT— In this city, May 10, 1896. Freder-
ick, eldest son of the late Teresa and Frederick
Gebbardi, and beloved brother of Mary, Charles
and George Gebhardt. a native or San Frauciaoo,
aged 34 years 5 months and 28 days.
H AMILTON-In this city. May 9, 1896. James I-,
beloved son of the late William and Ann Hamil-
ton aud brother of Thomas K. Hamilton, a na-
tive of San Francisco, aged 33 years.
BjSj~Frlends and acquaintances are resnect-
fully invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Monday), at 8:30 o'clock a. _.. from the par-
lors of the United fndertakers, 21 and 29 Fifth
street, thence to St. Joseph's Chnrch, where a
requiem high mass will be celebrated for the re-
pose of his soul, at 9 a. m. Interment Mouut
JKLLI.VGS-In Alameda. May 10, 1898, William,
beloved husband of I. E. Jellings, and father of
Elizabeth. Edward ami William Jelling*, a na-
tive of Wellingham, Cambridge, England, aged
65 years 6 mouths and IV days.
KENNEDY— In this city. May 10, 1896, at the
residence, 1602 Hyde street. Mary, beloved
daughter of Thomas and tbe late Bridget Ken-
nedy, and sister of William J. and the late John.
James F. and Thomas W. Kennedy, a native of
Han Francisco, aged 28 years.
Sy Notice or funeral hereafter.
KNOBLOCH— In this city. May 9, 1898, Jacob,
beloved husband of Barbara Knoblocb, and
father of Charles, Frank and otto Knoblochand
Mrs. Fred Collins, and brother of Christopher
Knobloch, a native of Baden, Germany, aged 68
jtj3~Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Monday), at 1 o'clock p. _.. from his late
residence, Missouri street, between Sixteenth
and Seventeenth, Potrero. Interment Cypress
KCPFER— In this city. May 9, 1896, GenevieTe
Kupier. beloved mother of Martin Kupfer, Mrs.
Catherine Etienue, Mrs. Marie Maden. Mrs. Fran-
colse Bruner, Mrs. Angehe Gu Ilium, and moth-
er-in-law of V. Etienne. Mrs. Martin Knpfer, E.
Maden, Albert Bruner and Ph. Guillium. a na-
tive of Alsace, aged 71 years and 9 months.
flVFrieiuls and acquaintances are resoec'v
fnliy Invited to attend tbe funeral THIS DAY
(Monday), at 2 o'clock p. m.. from the residence
of her daughter, Mrs. Gulllinm, 402 Pacific
street, northwest corner of Pacific and Sansome.
interment I. O. O. F. Cemetery.
LAPOUBLE— In this city, May 9, 1896. Daniel
Lapouble, oelored husband of Mrs. Marie La-
pouble, and father of Mathlldi*. Ernest and Mat-
tie Lapoub'.e, a native of France, aged 38 years
4 months and 26 days.
tif Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral TOMORROW
(Tuesday), at 12:30 o'clock p. it., from his late
residence. Hayes Pars Laundry, 514 miles on
Mission road, thence to I. O. O. F. Hall, Seventh
and Market streets, underthe auspices of Franco-
American Lodge No. 207, 1. O. O. F. interment
I. Ul O. F. Cemeierr.
LARKIN— In this city, May 9, 1896, George 8.,
beloved husband of Johanna Larkin, and father
of John J. i arkin, a native of Providence, R. L,
aged 68 years and 1 day.
_j7~Frienas and acquaintances ar* reio»K-
fully invited to attend the funeral TO-MORROW
(Tue«dav),at 8:30 o'clock a. _.. from his late resi-
dence, 1124 Howard street, thence to St. Joseph's
Church, Tenth street, where a requiem high ma«s
will be celebrated for the repo»eof his soul, com-
mencing at 6a. x. Interment in Mount Calvary
Cemetery, Please omit flowers.
MAHONEY— In San Jose, May 9, 1896, Mrs.
Elizabeth Mahoney, wife of the late Edward
Mahoney, beloved mother of John F.. Eugene
and tdward Mahomy, Mrs. William J. Ford
aud Mrs. E. R. Moiliti, a native of Ireland, aged
jJ3"Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral TO-MORROW
(Tuesday), at 9 o'clock _ _ , from her late resi-
dence, 8121-z Halght street, thence to Sacred
Heart Church, where a solrnin requiem mass
will be celebrated for the repose of her soul,
commencing Xt 9:30 o'clock. Interment Holy
O'SHEA-In tnis city. May 10, 1896. Thomas,
husband of the late Annie O'Shea. aad father of
Henry and Mary Fentoi and John P. O'Shea,
. a native of County Clare, Ireland, aged 76 years.
PARDONS— In Oakland. May 10. 1896. Edwin
Albert, beloved husband of Bridget Parsons, and
father of James and John Cantons, a native or
Dartmouth, England, aged 70 years and 2
REILLY— In San Leandro, Alameda County, May
9, 1896, William Thomas Keilly, dearly beloved
husband of Annie Heiliy, an . employe of the
United States Mint for twenty- five years, a na-
tive of New York City, aged 74 years and 9
REYNOLD?— In this city, May 9, 1896, Clara, be-
loved daughter of Nellie and the late Daniel
Reynold*, sister of Charles, Annie, Alice, Bay-
mond and Nellie Reynolds, and niece of Mr. and
Mrs. J. Sullivan, a native of San Francisco, aged
15 years 6 months and 13 days. - . '
' JK3*'Friend3 and acquaintances are re.iDect-
fnlly invited to attend the funeral TO-MORROW
(Tuesday), at 9:30 o'clock a.m.. from the resi-
dence of her mother, 9 Kate street, off Bryant,
between Seventh and Eighth, thence co St. Jos-
eph's Church, where a requiem, high mass will be
celebrated for the repose of her soul, commenc-
ing at 10 o'clock a. m. Interment Holy Crosi
Cemetery. . . .' . ■ . .r • .
RODRIGUEZ— In this city, Dolores Rodriguez,
beloved wife of the late Luis Rodriguez and be-
loved " mother of . Louise. Elvira, Alexander,
Louis Rodriguez and < Mrs. J. Alvarez, and
daughter of Mrs. M. Carrion, a native of ."an
Francisco, aged 41 years 8 months and 22 days.
. Friends and acquaintances am respect-
fully Invited to a- tend the funeral THIS DAY .
(Monday 1, at 2:80 r. _ from her late residence,
1403 Kenrny street, near Union. Interment
' Italian Cemetery. .
SATTEB— In this city, May 10. 1896. Adam Pat-
ter, beloved brother of Peter Hatter of Olney. Or., '
and Josephine Kindel of Forest Grove, Or., and
uncle of Mary Batter and Mrs. Francis schmltt
, of San Francisco, a native of Klangerauensted,
Bhelnpbalz, Bavaria, Germany, aged 56 years 10
months and 5 days.
SHERIDAN— In tnls city, May 10, 1836.' Mary
Cecelia, dearly beloved wife of Eugene Mherldan,
daughter of Mr. and, Mrs. " D. Kelly, . stater of
. Sis or M. Angellne, Notre Dame Convent, San
Jose, and Dennisi Myles, William. Frank, Mag-
gie and Belle Kelley, ■ a native of - Columbia,
- Tuo'umne County, Cal., aged 23 years 10 months
and 6 days. , . -
ft3~ Friends ana acquaintances are rssbest-
fully Invited to attend the funeral TO-MORROW
(Tuesday), at 8:30 o'clock a. _ from her late
residence, 2625 Folsom street, thence to St.
Peter's Cnurch, Alabama street, where a solemn
requiem mass will be j celebrated for the repose
of her soul, commencing at 9 o'clock a. v.
Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.
BILVA— in the City and County Hospital, May
10, 1896, Antone Silva, aged 63 years. •
BTKELE— In this city. May 10. 1896. Samuel J.,
beloved husband of Julia Ateele, a native of Bos-
ton, Mass.. axed 46 years 1 month and 7 days.
TOLAND— In this city. May 9. 1896, John, be-
loved brother of Charles Toland, a native of Ire-
land, aged 58 years. ■ -.
«_-The funeral will take place THIS DAY
(Monday), at 2 o'clock p. ' _.. from the par-
lors of Me Avoy A Gallagher, 20 Fifth street.
Interment Mount Calvary Cemetery. .
THOMAS— In this city. May 10, 18»6. Charles W.
Thomas, beloved husband of Catherina Thomas,
father of Ethel and Violet Thomas, son of George
Thomas, and brother of Samuel, George, Arthur
and Francis Thomas and Mrs. Fanny nation,
a native of England, aged til years.
WHITWORTH— In this cltv. May 10, 1893,
Florence -"Whit worth, beloved daughter of Mrs.
Olive O'Hunter, and mother of Lannes Hunter,
and sister of J. C. Hunter, a native of Indiana,
aged 47 years. "". . "
JO" Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral TO-MORROW
(Tuesday), at 2 o'clock p. 11.. from her lace resi-
dence, 511 a Fell street, interment I. O. O. F.
Cemetery. • ■; ;' ' ; -. '. .■■■'■-'. ;
ZEINKR— In thin city. May 9, 1896, Emma, be-
• loved wife of Wendelin Zelner, and mother of
Herman Zelner, a native of Landshut, Schle-
slen, Germany, aged 46 years 2 months and: 17
days. A member of Walhalla Rebekah Degree
Lodge No. 130, I. O. O. F., and Hchuetzen Damon
Vereln. Detroit (Mich.) and Chicago (III.)
papers please copy.] •..:
jgTFriends and • acquaintances - are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral TO-MORROW
(Tuesday), at 2 o'clock p. m.. from I. O. O. F.
Hall, corner of Seventh and Market streets.
Interment I. O. O. F. Cemetery. ... .^■•%:' j
L 0.0. F. —Members of Walhalla Rebekah Degree
Lodge No. LaO, I. O. O. X., are hereby notified to
• attend . the r funeral of our late sister. Emma
Zelner, at I. O. O. ¥, Hall, TO-MORROW (Tues-
day), at 2 o'clock p. it. -. By order of N. G. . ■
. . - \; ;; BETTIK JOOST.
I UNITED '.; UNDERTAKERS* I
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Everything Requisite for First-clews Funerals .
•-.■■■-- at Reasonable Rates. .
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