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BUSINESS CHANCES.
TO buy, S_7lToltTxcirA^GEr A BUSINESS
1 of any kind see STRAND <fc CO.. 45 Third st.
Q'JflA CORNER SALOON: NO. 1 LOCA-
*s)O\J\}. lion; full value in stock, fixtures, pool
table, etc.; offer wanted. STRAND <_ Co.. 45
Third st. *.-■.-■
Q« i(\t\ LIQUOR-STOKE; BEST LOCATION
*U)-iUV/. in the city; full value: great bargain;
worth double. STRAND & CO., 45 Third st.
<I_jnn HEBTAUMANT: GOOD PLACE FOR
4 ±UU. man and wifa STRAND & CO., 45
Third st. : * :.:
©/l^n UAI x ° INTEKEST iN PAYING
«Tp-tt«JU, butoher-Hhop across the bay; 3 horses,
w aeons, etc. STRAND A CO.. 45 Third st.
GROCERY AM ) BAR: BARGAIN IF SOLD
vJ this week. STKAND <fe CO., 45 Third st.
Dhl CA~PA RTNE il\V A NT !■: DI N STRICtTy
<Srlt)U. cash business: duties light and easily
learned; will clear to each from $50 to 875 per
month; see to-day. STKAND <fe CO., 45 Third. - 1 .
Ql orn WINE-CELLAR IN choicest
«4P -I _-«JU. downtown loca'.l in, with large retail
bar trade: low rent large stock of fine whiskies
and wines; first-class Investment. WILKE &
WOLF, 631 California st. . . .„,.
CjOnn RESTAURANT ON TRANSFER
iiPO\J\J. point; rage dall y receipts $12: rare
chance for man and wife. WILKE. 631 California.
QO X A CORNER CIGAR STORE. ESTAB-
■tiPOOV/. lished years: doing good business; low
rent. WILKE & WOLF. 531 California St.
•5:9^0 PARTNER IN SALOON AND - RES-
-0 — «^U. taurant: Western Addition; choice lo-
catlon: rare chance. WILKE _ WOi.F, 531 Cal.
o qnn saloon, downtown location.
<_SOUv/« low rent: average dally receipts, $12;
bargain. WILKE <fc WOLF, 631 California St.
CCSKA OLD-ESTABLISHED CORNER SA.
O •'OU. loon 011 Sausome st. doing large day
business: best class of custom; only buyers need
ply. WILKE. 531 California st.
© l\c\(\ REST A U RA NT, DOING LARGE
tITOV'U. business: rent $27, 50; W»stern-Addi-
tion; owner kept place for years: must sacrifice;
investigate at once: very rare chance. WILKE
& WOLF, 631 California st.
______________________
QQ.-.A PARTNER CORNER SALOON AND
■IiDOuU. lodging-house; 12 rooms upstairs: Nd.
1 bar trade ; present owner 12 years: advertiser
Invests equal amount. 632 Market St., room b.
QJ 00 COFFEE SALOON, CHOPHOUSE;
0 ■'*. V\7. first-class location: good running order;
business speaks for itself: must sell; dtsacreemeut
partnership; sacrifice to cash buyer. 632 Market
St.. room 8. -
Q7nn RESTAURANT NEAR MARKET
O I "t». tit.; daily l'cceiptsof $35; large num-
ber of regular boarders; cheap rent; established
for years; lor.une to right men; investigate and
be convinced. Apply 68_ Market St.. room 8.
GREAT BARGAIN IN CIGAR/STATIONERY
VJ and laundry office. BARRETT, 1125 Market.
<2OP.(\ BRANCH BAKERY. STATIONERY'
iiJU, and candy store; 4 living-rooms;' low
rent; doing business of *8 to $10 per day; same
party 3 years. See BAKKKTT, 1125 Market St.,
at cigar-stand. ■ ... ...
Ql FRUIT AND VEGETABLE S'ORK:
O-l-i'U. best location: receipts averase $15 a
c.ay; horse and waeon: low rent; living rooms.
bee BARRETT, 1125 Market st.
<fi»99~. TEAMING AND EXPRESS; FINE
<P— '•—«-'. large wagon; 2 horses; best stand in
city: hauling amounts $4 10 $8 per day: this is a
bargain. GEO. STEWART, 602 Market.
Q'-J^n FUUII :A.\D PRODUCE; ELEGANT
*mo_»l/. place; best location in the city; three
Bice living-rooms: cheap rent; good fixtures; has
line horse and waeon and doing a first-class busi-
ness. GEU STEWART, 6O_ Market st.
HOTEL TO LEASE FOX A TERM OF YEARS:
new 6-story and basement brick, building, con-
taining 68 rooms; also ground-floor and well-'
lighted basement; centrally located, half block N
cf Market st. and 1 block from Baldwin Hotel and
.Emporium building; newly furnished throughout;
furniture for sale on reasonable terms.- 1 or fur-
ther particulars apply to S. SILV-.RBEKG, 320
Bansome st.. room 39.
Q,s,xn Ii KCOMS: ELEGANTLY fur-
<COO\). Dished: north of Market: rent $45;
clears $50; cause sickness. SKIFF, 921 Maricet.
Ql 9l*in BAKERY': BAKIiS 3 BARRELS A
O-L — '-'U. day; brick oven: daily receipts aver-
age $22: 2 horses: wagon. See SKIFF, 921
Market st.
X-OR SALE— ONE OF ,THE OLDEST AND
-T best-known liquor-stores, in the very heart of
the city, together with a fine stock of wines,
liquors, etc.; fixtures in first-class order: to those
looking for business this is the best stand In city:
sickness the cause of sale. Address for particu-
lars K. M.. box 100, Call.
'V'OTICE— DU YOU WANT TO I-EIL YOLR
— > business promptly? HEALY. 23 Kearny st. '
CiKAn CITY-FRONT CORNER LIQUOR SA-
OOV7U. loon; doing a business of $80 per
month: cardrooms; full value; selling on account
01 sickness. W. F. HEALY. -3 Kearny st.
Q7j|A RESTAURANT: FINE LOCATION:
O I "U. 1 block from Market si.: good paying
place; must .sell on account of sickness; nicely
fitted up. Business Exchange, 777 Market.
I^IR-*T-C_ASS SALOON BUSINESS: ESTAB-
l ished for years: retiring ou account of oid ag-.-.
Apply sa;oon, 777 -Market st.
rjO_DMJ«fK-WANrJjn, PARTNER TO A JS-.
VT sist owner in making further developments;
the prospects are good and an excellent oppor-
tunity to make big money; the property is - situ-
ated in oeh of the very best mining districts: fall
particulars given. Address Mine, box 31, Call.
Tf'NERGETIO BUSINESS MAN WITH CAPI-
X-i tal wanted to Invest in and take management
of enormous! profitable and established business:
good salary and permanent position: highest com- !
mercial references given and required. Address
A. F. L., box 90, Call Office.
OOD PAYING BAKERY FOR SALE IN
T county seat Of 8000 Inhabitants: half block
from courthouse; cheap rent: 6 living rooms:
good wagon route and store trade. | For particulars
inquire in Loan office, 89 Fourth st.
8~~ USINEI-S PROPERTY AND RESIDENCE
for sale In 1- krra County, offering an excel-
lent opportunity for a general merchandise traae.
For particulars write or apply to C. H. NORTH -
Hi:i; 121 Liberty st. -
\\" ANTED— MAN WITH ABOUT $600 TO IX-
»' vest in starting advertising business that will
give large profits on small investment; novel and
original invention. Aadresa Inventor, . box 90,
Call Office. ;
GOOD OPPOKTUNITY; feELLINC* OUT TO
close estate: business est. since 1869; amount
needed $40,000; owner will remain If .-u-rangement
can be made. Address F. D., box 137. Call Office.
Ql SA BARGAIN: . 3 DAY* ONLY;
Oi"l/. branch bakery; candy and school sup-
ply store: including building; cheap ground rent.
Inquire at 1.08 Page St., near Baker: no agents.
"c^_~-| 1 ~(\ AVE.rBEHKELEY; LOT
O-L I r)\J. M)xl85; choice location; part cash.
J. SHIELDS, owner, 119 Cumberland «_, or
O'NEIL CO.. Asbbv station, Berkeley.
P OB SALE IN AN JOSE— WELL-PAYING
X loan office: established in 1872: presentowuer
retiring account of old ago. Address A. UKEEN-
BERG, Ban Jose, Cal. ■ . . . .' '
51QA RARE BARGAIN; CONFECTION-
«m 1 o\J. erv.bakery, grocery, stationery, notions,'
clear and coffee-psrlor; 4 living-rooms ; cheap renu
450 Sixth st. ■*- - ■-■ ' ■• "
EXTRA CHANCE FOR A. GOOD GENERAL
blacksmith, where most of the rent is taken out
In work. Inquire at 706 Ivy aye., CHARLES
A LPESS. __________*■_______
I^OR SALE. OR WILL TAKE PARTNER,
'small capital, manufacturing business; no
Bight or Sunday work; lots of orders on hand. 110
Kills st. .
(Jj» 1 r / \f\ FIRST-CLASS SALOON AND RES-
»JIi)Uv/. taurant; doing good business among
merchants: no agents. Address B. C., box 138, Call.
"PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR HALE IN THIS
-I city: suitable for 2 professional -ladles: clears
(200 per month. Address D. G., box 56, thisoftlce.
T AN HOUR'S NOTICE A. « OWAN BUYS
stores; negotiates mortgages on merchandise:
sells on commission.' Room 15.-6 Montgomery.
QjQnn FIRST-CLASS BUTCHER - SHOP;
tJpOl'v/. business aud location good: lease; In-
vestigate. Address W. W., pox 132, Call Office.
T) ARBER-SHOP FOR . SAi.E; CHEAP;
. Jj county seat; '£ chairs; be.it business: reason
for sale, returning to Europe. ~< Apply Call office. ■
OR BARGAINS IN RESTAURANTS, SA-
loons, cigar-stands, coaly ards, trrocery and bars,
etc., see UNDERWOOD _ CO., 766 Market st.
ARE CHANCE — WKLL-PAYING ROAD-
bouse and poultry ranch for sale. Inquire
even-in lie House, San Mateoelectrlo-road. - ■
ART Ii WA N T D. IN A NICE SALOON
at a prominent transfer corner, or will (tell as a
whole; a bargain; Investigate. 3171^ Tenth.
"I'AHGAIN; SALOON; BAR RECEIPTS $15
XJ to $18 dally; rent $-0: near San Francisco.
Apply H. M. CO VEKT. 218 California st.
r\LD-KSTABLISHED RESTAURANT AND
\J saloon for sale at a sacrifice on account of leav-
ing the State. Call at 612 a fourth st.
I^OR SALK— A' GOOD PAYING SALOON AND
1 cigar sta d. rally located. -Inquire WICH-
MAN, LUTGEN .V CO.. 818 Clwy St. ■
OOD CASH BUSINESS CLEARING $150
to $200 per month. Inquire T. K. ANDER-
EON, 1118 Broadway, Oakland.
IC OR SALE-FIRST -CLASS GROCi-RY BUBI-
-1 ness; establlßhed 19y«-ers. For particulars ad-
kress H. SCHA W. 40 Third st.
a ,.)AA FINE RESTAURANT; WORTH
tlhuUU. $400; must sell; got other business.
DECKER, 1020 Market. ■* .
<_• n X FOR HALE - OLD- ESTABLISHED
v I O. carpenter shop, centrally located; a bar-
gain. Call at this office. . . ,
/ OAKLAND ROUTE ON EVENING BUI,
y) letin for sale; clears 595; $.000. Apply 862
Broadway, Oakland. ■; • - . ■- "■■--<,.: •---.■
tTeLICACIES AND NOTIONS" STORE; -4
x) line living rooms, large yard; low rent; cheap.
Apply Call Ofllce. -;.- ■ ;- : —
ADY PARTNER OVER 80; »MALL CAPl-
tat: good references: investiKate. L. P.,' box
16, Call oflice. ..-.■-.■.■*■■.■■■■■■-. •■■';.
d"Ci£i\ BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY;.
OQO« '. bakes 1% barrel* dally. B. J.. box 68,.
Call Office. -"•'.■*"'' .'■'.---•---•■ : ■■'■•; I ----- ; * -*"•>
TNTERIOR AGENCY OF CALL FOX SALK:
J. will pay 150 per. month; price $4000. Apply
this office. ■■-..'■- •■-: ■'•• * " '*__________________^____'
\? OR CONFECTION IiRY, 1 C XC K_ A M
T and lunch parlors. Address 1 . O. box 68, Hol-
lister, Cal. '.- ' - ' : -•■ : ': - ' * *•' _— _
PTST '-rant TO let: XT RES FOR
It sal. _if a block from Suiter. A pp'y 212 Polk.,
_________Mb___u__________llt_______tlM___E—________fl_____Bß
BUSINESS CHANOES-Continued.
T^OOD-PAYING 'BAKERY FOR SALE. IN-.
It quire C. teEIBT, U.S. Bakery, box 328.
Petaluma. ■ -
C 1.4- FUKNI^HKD HESTAURANT NEAR
tJh_.O. depot. J. F. PLUMBE, 140- Valencia.
UTCHER-SHOP FOR SALE REASONABLE:
I » dolnsgood business. Particulars 227 Ellis st.
<j_<mn F - rAHTNJS-V. wanted, iron and
{tp_iUU. wire worKs; see owner. 1235 Mission.
TTOT_i7tO RENT: FOR SALE,
_L 226 Michigan, opp. Union IronWorks.Potrero.
OOD CORNER SALOON FOR HALF ITS
,\J value; owner going East. 1324 Mason st.
ARNSS- SHOP FOR SALK CHEAP. APPLY
L. D. s>TO-NE & CO., Ban Francisco, Cal.
AL<X)N: LONG LEASE: LOW KENT. AP-
p'y at Anchor Brewery.* 1431_Pacinc_st. :-
FOR COFFEE-MILL AND SCALES.
Inquire 533 Blr h ave., near Lagiina st.
RiiCKKVT.ND BAR; TRANSFER CORNER;
VJ ca-use, sickness. Apply at this office.
V>ARTNKH-WITH $250: MUST MEAN BUSI-
X ness. Address T., box 14, Call Office.
_ 1 OK. GROCERY AND BAR: STOCK Ai>D
<3)1J.0. fixtures. Apply Call Office. -.
\j RANCH BAKERY AND NOTIONS: RENT
I) $15: 3 rooms. * Make offer. -■■■■■-■-
LODGING-HOUSES for sale.
00-ROOM HOUSE.
<u£i» -—EVEKY ROOM SUNNY.
:' _ • ' — , — WORTH $13«0. — —
. ' -.a-SOO WILL BUY IT.
Apply to DECKER, 1020 Market, opp. Fifth.
OC-ROOI-I.CORNKR H0U5E......-... — *1400
—10 9 rooms clearing $50 per month 300
10 rooms on Taylor, clearing $£0 ™
12 rooms, only $160 cash and payments..... *00
20 rooms, corner, only ••— J »";'
14 rooms, $100 cash, balance payments 300
60 hous«B, sto 140 rooms, from $50 t0....... 0000
REAL ESTAT t^ A A ND' BUSINESS PLACES.
' DECKER. 1020 Market st ., opposite Finn.
1 c ROOMS; RENT $60 ..;... PRICE «600
10 30 rooms: rent* Bo...: i 1? 1 * 6 .?!™
21 rooms': centra! Price *1475
37 rooms: Bush Bt., • • * s °«
69 rooms; »1000 f^j^^SSS^kA^ st.
1 C A ROOMING!- HOUSES FOR CASH AND
1 OU payments: see our houses and prices before
buying. ' UNDERWOOD & CO. , 765 Market st.
— ODGING-HOUSK OF 11 ROOMS FOX SALE
XJ cheap. Call 233 Third st.
o7ThOUSES~S3OO to #sooa PHELPS <_
O\J CO., 917 Larkin st. ____________
1 FURNITURE— 7 NICELY FURNISHED
_ rooms for sale. Western . Addition ; rooms
I way full, permanent roomers. MRS. If., box
18. Call. ■;
OUSE— IS ROOMS. ADDRESS HOUSE, BOX
111. Call .
Cl! RAH 9-ROO.M HOUSE: SUNNY SIDE;
«Jt>OUU. furniture almost new. 706 Ellis St.,
room 5 _•
00 ROOMS; NO REASONABLE OFFER RE-
__ fused; investigate. 1235 Market st.
i;OAR_ING -HOUSE: 26 ROOMS; RENT $35:
-D sellinz account sickness. 11l Twenty-sixth
St.. near Mission.
~ FURNITURE TOR SALE.
liUßifi SAL_!
Jt? Price* stand till goods are completely dis-
posed of. .. .
Oak bed sets.. $18 50
Bed lounges , q uo
Stoves .;..*..■.....'......'..■.......'....-..'. '"V
Carpets, per yard _j>
Linoleum, per yard 55
Matting, per yard 10
Till our new building Is erected these prices will
stand. Till such time we are conducting business
at SE. corner b«veat_ • and Mission sis. J.
NQON'AN. '
A T L. J. NEUMANN'S, 117 SIXTH. FL>«
J\ lowest prices on household gnods, new or
as new; cash or time, open evenings.
Al\l\ CAKP_Ts; CHAMBER bETS. $11:
■iUU stoves, $5: parlor sets, 820: folding
flO: hPd- onngen. $7. T. O. MCCARTHY irJ4th.
FURNIXURJE WASTED. ~~
tiuc'_i-?gh__: "fuknituke co. pays
JD highest price for furniture, carpets, etc. : send
postal. 866 Mission st. -
IGHEST CASH PRICE PAID FOR FUKNl-
tare. J. CURTIS, 1-39 Market; send postaL
rpo SELL Ft' -NITrBJS TO ADVANTAGE TRY
1 M. SILVERSTrJIN.969 Howard st. ;send postal
C. MUTHEK, 68- MARKET. PAYS HIGH
. eat cash prices for furniture and merchandlse-
IF YOU WANT GOOD PRICES FOR FLRN[-
ture and merchandise w BURP. -11 Larkln.
TNDIANA AUCTION CO.. SUCCESSORS TO M.
1 J. SIMMONS' Aiic. Co.. 1057 Market, pays cash
CARPET CLEANING^
ONEs~_T7:oT"M ATN r ~oi-'Fic_;"_s AND 27
Eighth st.; tel. Jessie lQol. .
pAUfiST CLEANING, 3c.: LAYING, 3c: KUO
\J samples free; tel. Jessie 944. tstralton. 19 Bth St.
WJIK.N YOU £JiU>M- DIisGUBT__J WITH.
»T poor'<i-ork gerTd to SPA Pioneer Oar-
pet Beating Works. 358-67 Tehama St.: tal. Sa4q
( KLIjN 'b CAKPKT iKA'ilNli WO _,_>>. _JJ t
V Golden Gate aye. : telephone east 126. C. ■ ■- - ;
FlY hi CLEANING, RENO VA-
) tine. 38 Bth. hTKVENS, mgr. TeL South 250.
C~~VARPKT_ CLEANKD AND KENOVATEU
J Ilka new. FKRGUBON CO., 23 Tenth: —I."
South 3«. d. mackintosh * CO.. Bneceason. -<
"j >.. >tITCJ__,LLCARfj_i CLJiANLNU CO.. _iii
«> . 14'h st. : «-:fanlriT Ho » -»rrl. I>l. Minion 7 _
BICYCLES.
"©TrT^A^STo^TTNEW^STRICTLY HIGH-
«Jp _.U grade bicy:les. 166 Golden Gate aye.
I A DIES' DR-»>--FRAME WHEEL, fSS: '"96"
XJ Ben Hur, $60: Tribune, $50; Ben Hur Tan-
dem and "'96" Fowler, almost new. DAVIS
BROS., 25 Geary st. -■
UICYCI.KS TANDEMS BELOW COST
X) to close out stock. W. CRANE, 324 Post st.
Ir>Oß SALE— NEW 1896 BICYCLE; f3O.
' DAVID N. JIAWLEY, 818 Market st.
IN FIELD PEARSON, 216 MCALLISTER.
. Headquarters Lu-nil-num and Thistle bicycles'
bARGAIN IN A STEARNS TANDEM; ALSO
single wheels. ' 306 Post st. :
ARK CYOLEHY— NEW WHEELS TO _JKT;
X best accommodations. Terminus Ueary, Ho-
Alllster and Powoll st. car lines. ' '
FOR '; SALE— MISCELLANEOUS. , '■ .<
n-rn AAAsFiJOSD_JF?BBim','
.\JVJ\) \ cleaned or unclean, in any size lots;
also second-hand lumber, good as new. large or
small timbers. Apply lot XV. corner Eighth and
Harrison st* . ; ■ ,t ■- „■■•=..'
pENTLB FAMILY COW, CHEAP. 122
VJf Henry st., bet. Fourteenth and Fifteen £t, Noe
and Castro. ' '""'.' "
MCDOWELL DRAFTING . MACHINE FOR
both waist and sleeve, complete; cheap. 629
Post st. -■ --
I. OK SALK-NEW CAMPING WAGON. AP-
-• . ply grocery, cor. Sliver aye,, on Mission road.
TMPROVED SINGEK SEWING MACHINE:
X good-toned piano: must sell; reasonable. 2437
Mission st. ■ * < ■.•-." ■■-..-
-m.l ft" GOOD DOMESTIC " SEWING MA-
1 U. chine; bargain. 1915 Mission St., near
Fifteenth. ■ ■... ■ • .. .■ .- .- . .
riHEAP; _ MILCH COWS: 1 JERSEY. WITH
\J 15 customers Included. 1924 Filbert st. . ■*•■
TjURST-CLASS MILCH COW. ' 720 FOUR-
I? teenth St., near Market. ■;*■-.. . .-■;.*. .'
ARGE. NEW AND POWERFUL TRACTION
i engine cheap. P. F. DUN DON, 314 Main at.
1 ADY :IN REDUCED CIRCUMSTANCES
1 J must sell some old ami rare t-evrea ware. Ad-
dress immediate, box 42, Call Oflice. .-
THRESH CoW; RICH MILK; GENTLE FOR
X family. 1312 Folsom st. i v , „ . .
SLOWER GARDEN; 3 GREENHOUSES;
JD residence: water: all complete. ■ 809 Larkin st.
0 HOISSEPOWER GAS OR GAHOLIiNK EN-
£i gine; good as new; $90- Apply 215 Bay st. ,
iCTnRE-KKA-MI.Nf; WITH GLASS in.,
10c: Bxlo and 10x12, 15c.; 11x14 and 12x16,
20c.: 14x17, 26c; 16x20, 30c: 18x22, 35c; _0x
45c: 22x28 in.. 60c. JONES, 647 Miss on st.
ijAKS, SHOWCASES, COCNTKRM. SHfcLV-
1> Ing, eta. bought and sold. 1063 Mission st. ■■=
PLENDID REMINGTON TYPkWRITER,
$45: others from $-'0 up. REVALK, 309 Cal.
r* OOD SECOND-HAND BOILER: ALSO LOT
IJ pulleys, shafting, etc. W. L. SAN FORD,
415 Washington st. . . > " -.
OILERS, _NGII«KS,2D-HAND MACHINERY,
waterplpes.. Siclntosh <_ Wolpman. 137 Be_L_
UY YOUR BABY CARRIAGES Ai\D HA VK
them repaired; separate parts sold and shipped-;
San Francisco Baby Carriage. MTg. Co., 4.4-' Sixth.
C 1 OLiNTE ii S, ftIIKLV IMi, tiHOWCA-ES
) boueh'. and sold. 1121 V. Market.bet. 7th _ Bth.
• UILDINU.-i BOUGHT; LU-1 iIEK, SAdHi_>
•' •' doors, mantels, etc.. Tv sale. 1166 Mission. .
iNK >MAL_ iiI_IJILM ,AMJ LARUK bl__
fire and burs'.sr proof safe. 03. 11l Market v- ;
LURE - AND KULAK bAt'Js, * LET I Kit-
X press, platform scales and desk:cheap. 104 Clay.
VKW KANUKa CHEAPER THAN ~_KCONU-
-11 hand. -AT. H. RAY Mfg Co., lit California »*-
- - v ■' SEWING MACHINES. 1
A"ll" K I N DS BO U GHTTsOLb^ KXCH AN G ED,
rented, repaired: lowest rates. -05 Fourth su
. ATTORNEYS- AT-LAW; ~~~
'^OAM^CIfIMOV^'LA W y"_uTIi3TTaRKOTT.
_i . bulldlnir: consultations free; * moderate . fees.
a DVICE FREE— DIVORCE LAWTTTpBUIf
X— aity; private; ;. do charge unless successful; all
law suits, claims, - collections, wills, deeds, etc, at- -
tended to. U. W. iIuWE. att'y-at-law. 860 MarkßL >
I-. EOAL ) BUSINESS i TRAXHACTED WIXH-
J out publicity; advice free and confidential." J.
G. JEFFRESS, 402 Montgomery St., room 18. ' .
DVICFFREE; NO CHARGE UNLESS SUC-
cessfal. -W. W. DAVIDSON. 927 Maricet su ■
\\j F. ARAM. ATT'Y-Ai-1_.W,581 PARROTT
\ V . bldg. Practices in ail conns ;charges moderate
"D w"~kTngT a "tto - a,t- la"w~ch-ro n-
JV. icle oidg; vice fre»i moderate; open evns*.
•■.*-;^.<«^a«— -I,_««t»___'»g--g 1 ---__j:^*-^: """^ -*fi
T.fcLU SA-N" , FRANCISCO CALL, MOJNDAY, AUGUST 17, 1896.
_ouses^tojlet;- \ i - _^!
f^gtt^^va'r^rb^lt^mission t nob HILL,
«J) OU . corner Liberty i and Dolores: handsome
Kastlake house: ten flne : rooms, bath, back and
front nail: garden; fine view; perfect order.- . « -. -» .
A NICE ROOMS: : OWER .PART OF
1 house: cellar and yard. 6 Burgoyne place, off
Pacific Bt., near Leavenworth.:' • ' ' v '■"-
A LARGE SUNNY ROOMS AND; STABLE;
4; baoK end; front «ntrance; ; large yard; rent
cheap to right party. Apply 32 Stanford st.
HOUSE OF 7 ROOMS AND BATH; RENT
$25. Apply 353 Grove St. 4
ANDSOME; NEW: 6 ROOMS: PORCELAIN
-U. ba-h; sunny belt: cheap rent. 513 Guerrero.
1 Q PAGE— HOUSE AND STABLE, BY JOHN
XJj PFORR, a 29 Moutgomery st.
• CPLEHSDID ■■ HOUSE OF 12 ROOMS, OR 2
0 flats of 6 rooms: rent reduced. ■ 325 Tehama.
1 GOLDEN GATE AYE.— i TO ROOMS;
: X QUO nice garden, yard, floe view. . * :~
\ PPKECIAIED -IF SEEN; CHOICE FOR
- A doctor or dressmaker. 8291/2 Sutter. nr. .Tones.
OUSE OF 6 SUNNY ROOMS. j 30 SILVER
St.: 815. W-- . ■■•-■ r..\,. .; ■.-.:.-,. .. ••■■ ':■ j.
1 _LU^ FOLSOM— S ROOMS AN _> BATH; $20:
_.*i" ' _» in good order. .*..;., .... -..-.* : -
OUSK 6 ROOMS, BATH AND; BASEMENT.
Nineteenth st.,' near Folgom. - : : :.-■■--'. ■
T) AY-WINDOW HOUSE: : 4 ROOMS; 212%
X> Perry st,, off Fourth, $12 60: water free. Ap-
ply to G. 11. UMBSEN _ CO., 14 Montgomery st.
HOUSES ~ TO BENT' FOR VERY ' LITTLE
money at BALDWIN <fc HAMMOND'S, 10
Montgomery st. , - .■■**- , ■
PLENDID 12-ROOM HOUSE, 3392TWENTY-
first street, cor. Guerrero, * suitable for board-
ing or private residence: very low rent Pee It. -
FURNISHED HOUSES.
6 LET— FURNISHED HOUSE; 11 ROOMS;
fine location. 1617 Gough St., SW. cor. Pine;
please apply between 2 and 6p.M. ■ ■ * -^ _
t COTTAGES TO LET., „
r?OTTAGET7 BAK^sT'LARG^YARDr^TA^
\J ble to rent or lease. ; 913 Fourteenth st.
■ (J_-l 1 SMALL COTTAGE IN TOWN. 3 TAY
tu)II. St., off Clay, bet. Powell ana Mason.
,IQC3 MINNA — COTTAGE OF 4 ROOMS;
_:O_l4 newly renovated; yard, cellar: $16. " -
Qf».m ARMY— SUNNY COTTAGK; 6 ROOMS,
OU—U bath, basement. . _________
COTTAGE 4 SUNNY ROOMS; YARD;
Vj water free; $11. 621 Second, near Townsend.
C»O' 310 NO?:— s ROOMS. NEWLY RENO-
«S>_- O. vatea: bath; basement; stable. : :
ATEW COTTAGE JUST FINISHED: 5 ROOM:*,
Ii bath: cars pass door. 24th. above Diamond. .
""' ;; ■ ; FLATS TO :; LET. ■ '
'WANTED^CJIT G66^~T^N^NTs7~RENTsi
*» from $10 up for flats, cottages. SPECK &
CO., 602 Market st. -•■ ■'■ -.■-. *■ ; '-■'■■-•
ftio ELEGANT MODERN SUNK V "FLATS ;
«3) 1 0. 6 rooms, batb. 135 San Jose aye.. nr. 24th.
LEGANT UPPER FLAT;. 5 JttOOMS, BATH.
11-0% Filbert Bt,, near Hyde.
SUNNY UPPER MODEI^N FLAT: 6 ROOMS,
bath; nicely papered. 401 Thirteenth st.
i}/ior MISSION, BETWEEN SIXTEENTH j
£i\JO*J and SeventeenSh sts.— s rooms and bath. i
<_OO £if\ SUNNY UPPER FLAT: 6 ROOMS.
tJ^_._..»)U. bath; modern. 1732 Baker St., near
California. .-■.:■ • ■..">■■■.. '
LEG ANT SUNNY UPPER CORNER FLAT;
6 rooms; bath: stable. 4600 Eighteenth.
Ql QA DORE — NICE SUNNY:; FLAT OF 4
€>XV rooms: $9. * * • -'.
L LAT; 6 ROOMS; BATH; .REASON-
y able. Apply 654% Minna st. ■
<_>1 9 LOWER FLAT; 3 ROOMS, WITH
ij!l-- water: good yard. 48 Clara st , nr. Fourth.
•—•> 4 > P./V 8 sUNNY *OOMS: BATH; 2
•7__,.«JV/. seta double parlors. 1775 Mission
bt.. near Fourteenth. ' ■.
UNNY CORNER FLAT 6 ROOMS; BATHS:
yard; basement; reasonable. 3543 Nineteenth.
<J» 1 A 4 CHOICE SUNNY ROOMS. 1120
X~X . Broadway. - . * '
QQ OAK GROVE AVJE.— 2 LARGE. SUNNY
00 anfurnished rooms; bath and all conven-
iences for housekeeping; private family.
C no NINTH— CORNER FLAT, 0 ROOMS AND
"JU_- bath; rent cheap.
0 ELEGANT LIGHT SUNNY'FLATa, 5 AND 6
— i rooms, bath, on Waller st. • Apply 211 Fill-
more st. ________
ELEGANT FLATS. 6 AND 7 KOOMS, BATH.
Ju newly painted and renovated. 825 and 827
Howard St.. near Fourth.
1 <>' STEVENSON— FIRST FLOOR: 4 LARGE
-j_D rooms: large yard: ce'lai: good order.
fflj 1 U SUNNY FLAT 6 LARGE ROOMS,
i|slu. bathtubs. 412 Dolores st:
PPER: 931 a BHOTW_I_ ST.; 4 ROOMS
and bath: *13, 4 .: -
1 OWKK BAY-WINDOW FLAT; & ROOMS.
XJ 80% Moss st,, beu Sixth and Seventh, How-
_£_______________________!_ _ ___L i_ ________ ____
TTPPER FLAT: 3 BUNNY ROOMS; RENT $8;
— i water free. 1903 Dupont at., near Chestnut*. '.
C^O AaD 544 SANCHEZ, NEAR NiNE-
-0 _r-J teenth— 4 rooms, bath, each: good an new. '
SUNNY FLATS; 4 AND 3 ROOMS EACH;
$11, $10 and $9. 2041 Harris n, opp. 18th.
I 7C\U POST — 3 AND 4 ROOM. SUNNY
I lUU flats: garden, bath; $13 and $18. . .
1 91 A JACKSON. BET. JONES AND LEAV-
I — l O enworth— Modern flat 6 rooms and bath; -
porcelain tub; fine view: large grounds in rear;
$27 60.. ... „ - . '....'
SE. COB. PAGE AND LYON— NEW FLAT: 8
rooms, bath: modern; low rent to good tenant.
Apply on premises. '
A ro 1 : EIGHTEENTH —UPPER AND
" (JO • lower: 4 and 5 rooms aDd bath; $11 and
$18. - -■■■---'-■■ '
AT ICE SUNNY FLAT: 5 ROOMS, BATH; $15-
-—1 3012 Twenty-sixth st., cor. Florida.
90 RI.VCON PLACE, HINCON HILL, OFF
— O Harrison St., between First and Second— Half
of sunny house: fireplaces in parlors; view ot bay.
/-IHOICE SUNNY FLATS: 6 AND 7 ROOMS;
\J bath: Park view. 1314-1316 Fell, nr. Baker.
O/|t) GROVE, NEAR FILLMOKE— LOWER
( .'~i— fiat 6 sonny modern ■ rooms elegantly : pa-
pered; tain; basement: yard: $25. .
T OWER FLAT 4 ROOMS, BATH, YARD. 25
XJ Lap' st., bet. Eighteenth and Nineteenth.
LATB TO HE. NT FOR VERY LITTLE
money at BALDWIN — HAMMOND'S, 10
•Montgomery st. . __ '
"L'LAT; 6 ROOMS: BATH; GOOD MARINE
X view. 2108 Leavenworth jt., bet. Filbert and
Greenwich. . : : .
L LEG ANT NEW FLAT,*.. bhVESTH ST., BE-
1J low lirvunt. 8 and 6 ir.nnr<. h«'»K -tM to Slfl.-
HOUSEKEEPING ; ROOMS.
' Anthony Street. \
8 ANTHONY, OFF MISSION, NEAR SEC-
ond— Housekeeping rooms $1 60 week.
7. Belcher Street.
5 BELCHER, OFF MARKET-FURNISHED
housekeeping rooms; rent reasonable.
. ♦: lif th Street.
Q9". FIFTH— CLEAN FURNISHED HOUBE-
O£O keeping; 8, $13; 2. $10; single, $5.
iillmore Street.
99AQ1 FILLMORE. ■ NEAR CLAY-2 FUR-
-^_ V/Oa pished rooms, $10; 3 unfurnished, $10.
x olsom Street. '
7QC FOLSOM— SUNNY ROOMS; FUB-
I OO nlshed for housekeeping: $8.
Howard Street.
1 1 __ HOWARD-FRONT HOTTSEKEEPING
_.Xtt_ rooms: $10 to $16; gas.
190 *R Howard st.-housek eeping
X4d\JO rooms; private family: gas, bath; cheap.
1 ftflf-t HOWARD — TWO FROST ROOMS;
1 UWU bay-window; housekeeping; private; rent
cheap.
-. I.a-una Street. , ' ■
nnn LAGUNA - sonny housekeeping
O\J\J rooms. s " • '
Langton Street.
1 Ofi LANGTON NR., HARRISON— 6 PLEAS-
IuU ant rooms; low rent. ;; ■ ; ..■:.. .
L-ikln street.
Q-j 7 LARKIN— NICE SUNNY FURNISHED
OX I rooms; also housekeeping suite. * ■ ■
■; _ Lewis Street.
"I Q LEWIS, OFF TAYLOR, r NEAR POST—
XO or 4 unfurnished rooms; $12 or $15. , :- - •
3icAil later siiuet. '.' ' ' .
79Q1 MCALLISTER — FRONT AND .BACK
4 _kl>3 parlor for housekeeping; private. -,^.« ! -*
_ 3uiiiia Mr««i,
Z.AQ MINNA-3 NICKLY FURNISHED BUN-
O _O ny housekeeping rooms. .■■:■ '. .
. -- .-*ion'>. r««i.
7£)n MISSIO-N. BET. THIRD AND FOURTH—"
I *-U Two sonny housekeeping rooms: also sin-
gle; reasonable. ; , ; . •; .:,-;';- :
QOCI MISSION — COM JP LETELY FUK-
O£jO% nlshed: ■■-_ clean, • -.. suuuy . houseKeeping
room t; bath; porch.-: '>•■-■« i •"==■**'.;■■".;'. --.-•-
-: ; -"'; - . .- >utoma Street. . ■ . •-
OQ/f NATOMA, NEAR 4TH-3 FURNISHED
—lOtt housekeeping rooms; very convenient. •■"?-.
7971 NATOMA, NEAR NINTH— 3 HOUSE-
-1-12 keeping rooms; f 13. . . .'■ ,-%<• .
' . : j; .>iiutl» Street. '.
91 NINTH - FURNISHED : FRONT BAY-
— 1 1' window room; light housekeeping; also single.
Norfolk Street.
NORFOLK, : OFF^HARRisbN.^PN EAR
OZi Eleventh— Sunny ;■ separate building of ibed-
room and kitchen; furnished for housekeeping;
miming water: yard. ;< CMI upstair-- 7®M|g__^^i
IOTTSEKEEPING ROOMS — . Continued.
..-=,.,..... _i.- r ...... octa via Street.
I AfiQ OCTA VIA, COR. GEARY — ' SUNNY
LrtUO connect front, , rooms; ; gas ■ stove and
rate. ■'•'■■'-•'.--• •:.--'' :.'■■'■'■'■■■-.- >'- : - ■■■■••.:■ '■-.-
;.„'■' , _'. Of *urr«ll blre<jt.
'YFARRELL, 810-3 ÜBPE SUNNY FRONT
ij rooms: gas and bath : unfurnished. - . ,
■".■•;■:■ Pearl •'Street. 5 ? 7 '
3 PEARL, COR. MARKET, Opp. OCTAVIA-S
J cor. rooms,well furnished tor housekeeping ; $18.
Point liobos Avenue. :
1 SUNNY BAY-WINDOW ROOMS J'UR-
Ci nished for housekeeping; $ia. 2118 Point
jobos aye. '.- : ; • "'.'• . ■■•■"■ '"•' '■':■■-■ ■ ■■ •- •-':■,. ' : -i ■,:■■■
■ ■■■■■■•■ ■■■■■' I'ost Street.' ■'
r»AQ LOWER PART OF HOUSE; NO
DUO children. ' „: -: -.
Scott Street. ■. - :. . ;
11 O : SCOTT— 3\ LA BOB!' SUNNY CONNECT-
-1 10 Ing rooms, partly furnished; bath, gas. , : J .
' , ■". .'..- Silver Street. ■. - : '< ,-. l -.-..; ,■ .
lAQ SILVER - THREE UNFURNISHED
XU tunny rooms for housekeeping; yard. ..!-.-.:•
•- , . ■„ • „; ij 'lt'hauin Street; ' - -
AA Q TEHAMA— 3 OB 8 SUNNY, WEIL-
_O furnished housekeeping rooms; complete.
non VAN NESS AYE.. COB. GROVE ST.-
_,O_j Nicely furnished sunny rooms complete
for housekeeping. '-'■' -'■■'. :■■-'•"•
AQQ VAN AYE— 2 WELL-FURNISH-
IOO fed housekeeping rooms; running water;
bath.- : ■■■':■ ■•■'•■• ■••- VJ ." -■.-••••- • '-.- -y J -
" Miscellaneous. '
PARTIES IN QUEST OF DESIRABLE ROOMS
in private families or boarding-houses can find
precisely what th( want free of.charge by calling
it the Evening Post's branch office, 669 Market st.
pORKER FIRST AND TEHAMA-4 SUNNY
' j rooms for hon^pkeeplng; rent reasonable
booms to LET. *
• h.Udy Place.
f)Q EDDY— NICK FRONT SUIT, $15; SUNNY
Zio single rooms: light housekeeping: cheap. -
A 1 EDDY, COR. MASON- SUNNY
ttX' rooms: also transient: front and aide entrance.
-V-- ■"■'. 'tt-Y.;'*'-' *-j_<i:h '^tieu..
CHEPMAS APABTMKAT HOrSR. 2H BTH
0 St., near Market: furnished and unfurnished.
-„. ; i-HIH fitrees,
H " RAMONA;,I3O BLUB; MRS. KATE H.
In ART, manager— A qniet bouse: centrally lo-
cated: newly furnished: elevator: hot & cold wa'.-er.
QOI ELLIS, NEAR TAYLOR- FOB, BEST
uZi I lodging we recommend the Kosedale House.
791 ELLIS— NICE SUNNY ROOM; USE 01
%<ul. bath; rent $5. i
i - ulsnm street. ' ■
10/<1 FOLSOM— SUNNY FRONT SUITES;
l-_-fl water; sink; suitable for doctor or fam-
ily : yard. ;■: .--■•:■,• r --'.'•:..-...■■ ■ -.-. ,'■ ■ .
.Fourth Street.
0001 FOURTH-NICE SUNNY FRONT
ij«iJ2 rooms: terms moderate. ■ ■- ■' - ■-.-:'
t.iiiry Mroo..
Ol 71 GEARY-3 BUNNY UNFURNISHED
AX. 4 2 rooms; key 217-
y GEARY — SUNNY. FRONT - PARLOR
OJLO bedroom suites and single housekeeping;
cheap. : ; . :
GEARY— LARGE, HANDSOMELY FUR-
nishedroom: suitable >or two; reaaonaole.
i.ojm-ii liate .uiniiß.
C )RA GOLDEN GATE AYE.-SUNNY FRONT
a»D"i alcove room; $14. ' •
El a GOLDEN GATE- AYE — PLEASANT
UJLO rooms, suitable for 1 or 2 gentlemen. -
.. Cough Street. ; .
1 f'(\^\ GOL'GH— FRONT SUNNY
JL'*U«J alcove room and large sunny room con-
necting: furnished or unfurnished; Doard op-
tional; private family: reference.
'.-"■■"•-•' Guy Place. "
-I Q GUY PLACE, OVif FIRST, BETWEEN
iO Folsom and Harrison— sunny front
room. .''.~ -!•:■->.' .. •.>
huwitrU hlrtiet.
QC)I HOWARD — GLOBE; FURNISHED
O~iJL from $1 wees up; housekeeping, f 1 60 op;
transient. ' ■
Hubbard Street.
6 A HUBBABD. BET. SECOND AND THIRD.
O.^xr off Howard— Sunny outside rooms, $1 a week
and upward: quiet bouse. ;■•.:■ ".-> :■( ■ \.
'-', ";'■ ! -' ; i) ones Street.
%7 .'OTS-THK VaN WINKLR: NKW
£i\J % nnniMfßifti'.; V elegant ennny suites • and
tingle: newly tnrnlshed: bath, etc: *10 toSHiL .
O(\\ JONES — ELEGANTLY FUKNIBHED
OUt sun rooms: hot and cold water; private
family... •■ ■• .■'-'.■'-.•■ . '■■
■ i. tunr sire«..
99Q KEARNY-SUTT OF ROOMS SUITABLE
-.£0 for housekeeping. "■,; ■ ' .
QA KKARNY-WELL-FUBNISHED FRONT
O\J sunny suite: single rooms: electric lights.
ARLINGTON ,-.; HOUSE. 127 KEARNY —
-f V Pleasant sunny rooms, en suite and single; first
class m eTery respect; terms reasonable.
, H.UllK't
1 HH7 MARK-T-ELEGANT FRONT SUITE,
L\J\J I suitable doctor; newly furnished, single;
transient. 1 - -'■' ' - ■- ■■'■'• ■*•■-'.- '
1 llQ*^ MARKET — NICELY -FURNISHED
IUO^- sunny rooms: $1 a week up.
V ObtMITK HOUcK, : 104 i MARKKT — Plliß
I night. 3Sc to f1 : week. $1 60 to »5: families.
Minna Street.
{•£7 MINNA, COR. KIGHTH— NEWLY FUR-
DO i nished bay-window rooms; $1 per week. -
!»■ "Natoma Street. \ - ,
79c TOM A— FRONT BUNNY BOOM, FOR
i 4UO lor 2 gentlemen, reasonable. ■ . -.-.•■-
______________ .
Oak Street.
mOAK— FURNISHKD, THREE OR FOUR
sunny rooms; reasonable, ' ■
■' - u'irmrrell street. '
IOIA O'FARRELL- SUNNY, ; FURNISHED
1 I U rooms, : running water, board optional,
private family: references. i ' - ; r -
- 2 . i f, i Pine Street.
mPINE, NEAR ' STOCKTON— B SUNNY
Ol I room $1, $5 and $10 per month: private
family. .-•--■ '
UNFURNISHED SUNNY KOOM8; YARD;
912; furnished sonny cor. room, $12. ISOOPine.
■ ■ " ; - Post Street.
99Q1 POST — ELEGANT FURNIRHED
_j_iCa rooms, single andsuite: terms reasonable.
, ;■■■■■ '.-I ;':*,■.'•' Sansome Street.' ■' ' ■■
ni C BANSOM-! _. NICE SUNNY ROOMS,
OID newly furnished, $3 ' monthly and upward ;
housekeeping rooms. ■" - r -■ : >■'■ '■■-■■r--/-,
•■• '. '^" M3LthS>reec. t ' ",;.
1 A Q SIXTH, COB. HOWARD- FURNIBHED
X TtO or unfurnished rooms for housekeeping. . •
!*»«!: BIXTH-CHKTPEBT IN THE CITY;
I—o double and single rooms. '
: Steve-sbn^ Street.
CO-OPERATIVE HOUSE, B£9 STEVENSON—
\J. Rooms clean and cheap; reading-room." • .
„; Stockton. Street.' ,
ATF.W ■ Pi T RNER ! HOUSE," 1314 STOCKTON—
iN Front suites: single rooms: housekpmg;ch»ap."
' ' ' •t, uaer -i re« . ■
rAQ BUTTER. CORTtaItLOR -ELEGANTLY
1 \JO newly tarnished sunny ran. ; suite or single.
v.\-;»xaylor' Street.
I AO TAYLOR — LARGE J DOUBLE ; ROOM:
I\J>J closet; water; suit 1 or 2 men; $2 week.
" 1 (* TAYLOR— NEWLY FUKMSHED SUN-
-01 D ny single ana double rooms: private family.
.;:,;. 1 _irrt__rees. ; ;
1 n THIRD-SUNNY FURNISHED ROOMS;
X I transient; too rlsts especially. .■-■■. •■-.. ; „ :
.. ; ; -. :;' • '1 ui-K >t reel. "■
A TURK-NICE SUNNY-. DOUBLE FRONT
XU room: private family, $8: use of parlor. - t
.■■.•■,■;-• .j.'v-- -' el 1 nneous. ; -/. , | ., .-_ '
TF YOU ; HAVE ROOMS TO LET ] SEE ■ OUR
methods of assisting you in securing desirable
tenants. Call at the Evening Post's People's Ex-
change Bureau. 869 Market st. " ■-■•■-,;. ■:-■•. ■. ■■■■.: .; ;-j ' ■
TTiU LTON " HOUSE; OPP. CITY. HALI—FUR-
X nlsbed rooms: single or en suite; *8 and $16 up.
DOOM' AND ;~HOU*E-RKNTING « AGENCY:
Xv no fee lor registering. -2 a Geary st., room »7
0 OKNYr-.BnrrK'-vAT^THKnvihIJKMEKE.-
-._ ci.ri.Bmh and Van Ness ayp., 2 or 3 rooms; bath
' : BOAKDINO TAJTD > ROOMS.' '.Slik'x,
qTvO^ AN V K^-DEBI R AB LE
Ov/0 rooms; table board : reasonable. vy
GEARY— ELEGANT -SUITE »OP PAR-
4 O V, lors. with tir_-cla«8 board. . .. „ ,- ,:.'.
71 4) POST — FURNISHED ROOM WITH
j 1 X-w board, $20: suitable for 2 young men. ,
Uli!._rii««i'-iMi."VI4JiUBH— A FAMILY
-, hotel : i references si veu aud required; ■ all mou
ere conveniences. 1 !.«»?:•■
r__ CITY KEAL ESTATE. > /^,
i EST BUSINESS CORNER ; ON "THE -SAN,
,-• > Leandro road and main street to Fitcbburg
station; * size « 100x100; cheap at $20 per s front
foot. ■--.:■-■ t j ,r^. >.--.., -.i .. : ..-.-■- -
' "RESIDENCE CORNER, 100x100, 2 BLOCKS
-IV from the Han Leandro road; streets graded
and graveled; price $500. ' : ' ■■ •• - :: '';.■". >/ i * "P
"DUSINB-S CORNER AT FITCHBUBG : STA-
■*■* tion; frontage to suit at 915 per front foot. '■
ONE ENTIRE BLOCK, 200*600; WILL srß-
divide into 48 building lots: a good buy to bold
or retail at once to home-ssekers. v ■
BKST GARDEN LAND IN ALAMKP\
County, for sale and to rent: will grow flowers,
fruits and vegetable* to perfection; splendid
chance to start a nursery and crow col flowers I for
the market. ;■.■ . . \ -
fYTHER BARGAINS ON THE BEST STREETS
. v/ in the best situated locality for a growing town ■
outside the city limits of Oakland; low taxes; city
water, church, school, free delivery, etc.
THaD.S. FITCH. Fitchburg. ' -
W. y. McCLURK. 19 Montgomery st.. S. F.-
■\\ ANTED— INCOME property, SOUTH
: • " of Market, for 'i new flats," Western Addition;
rents about $40. SPECK & CU, 602 Market st.
RARE * OPPORTUNITY TO « SECURE A.
JV choice cottage In the Western Addition: «4300:
$500 down, balance $35 per month, win secure an
elaborate 7-room cottage on Golden Gate aye., bet.
Baker jyid Lyon sts.; lot zBxl87:6; nearly c6m-
pleted. TOiilN & Mc.V ALLY. 630 Market St. ,;
DON'T MIS* THIS BUSINESS L CATION;
lot 4l)xll7:6toanaley: Valencia st, nr. 25th;
railroad depot: must be sold -..only $50^0: no reas-
onable offer refused. J. F. PLUMB*;, 1402 Va-
lencia st. '.■'•"- -' . \:''< : --
. ifOR SA liK.-: (HEAP— COTTAGE ; 5 ROOMS,
■-T bath, all the latest improvements; 21st St., nr.
Potrero aye. Apply JOHN GUNN, builder, -at
building, or to 308 Cortland aye. ' T' A
JUST COMPLETED: HOUSE 14 ROOMS:
! finish ; natural woods; quartered oak, blrdseve
Maple, mahogany, ; curly : redwood; gas and in-
candescent .lighting: tiled sinks and baths: marine
view. cor. Clay and Laurel; owner on premises. ;
BIG SNAP RIGHT NEXT TO INGLESIDE
Itacetr.ick: 3 fine, level lots near cars. THE
McCarthy CO., 646 Market st. :
ÜBSTANTJAL MODERN HOUSES BUILT;
O 9150 to $'.'75 a room; parties contemplating
building Invited to call and see plans. 1149 Mission.
<Cil OCn COTTAGE OF 5 ROOMS: BEKKE-
•Iri^-iJU. ley; lot 50x100: near station; $300
down, $15 monthly. ... ... •■ * . ■. :• .-
-slso —Lot 24x100; $5 down, $3 monthly.
•- •■■'-.' .'OH AS.' A. BAfLKY. 20 Momgomerv at.
_ COUNTRY . SEAL ESTATE. '
TO RENT-SATHER RANCH. • CONTRA
Costa County on Han Pablo Creek, eight miles
from Berkeley: 1150 acres of land, well watered
and wooded; about 360 acres good grain land :
balance excellent pasture; suitable tor milk or
stock ranch. R. E. ROWLAND, Orlnda Park. ■
FOR SALE- A GENUINE : BARGAIN;'
-T house, burn, 6 acres in orchard ; one mile
from Haywards; soil suitable foi vegetables; easy
terms. Address K. HOO3ON. Haywards, Cat.
wanted— EXCHANGE '- 12 r ACRES -AT
" . Greenwood. Mendoclno County, >. for ■■ larger
place, suitable *or farming; | price not over $3500;
will pay difference. Write, with particulars. G. W.
ROBINSON, Elk. Mendocluo County. - >.
ATTENTION, LAND BUYERS— I2O ACRES
XV choice olive, vine and prune lands located in
AlamedaCa, 87 miles from San Francisco, will
be sold at a sacrifice: . surrounding lands held at
375 - per acre; • make an < offer; | will subdivide to
suit. 57 Chronicle building. - i-^ . vi.:,: -..*:;.';•
WANTED— MARRIED DAIRYMAN WANTS
to rent dairy of cows on shares -or small sal-
ary; can provide 3 milkers; first-class reiereuces
furnished. Address D. F., box 52, Call Office, rr ; />
U ACRES IN FRUIT, HOUSE, BARN, AT HAY-
U wards: i cheap. 872 Washington St., Oakland.
NY ONE WANTING A RANCH ■ FOB
grazing . purposes,', or an, orchard already Im-
proved, where only small cash outlay is required,
balance in 6 or 7 years, apply 326 Montgomery st. •
"\/f ARIN COUNTY— 3OOO ACKKB a 6 MILES
jMX from city;, lo.s any size; fruit, grain, vegeta-
ble land; rail or water, transit; $40 to $75 per
acre; terms to suit, Syndicate investment ■ Com-
pany, 65 Chronicle building. ■ ■.-.-> :
A LAMEDA COUNTY FRUIT LAND": CHOIC-
-• ' V est in th© State; .- selling in tracts, 6 acres up-
ward, £35 per acre: adjoining Unas held at $100
per acre; owner forced to sell: l 1 hours from S.F. ;
easy terms; title perfect. 67 Chronicle building. ■.
T ITTLE HOMES, CLOSE TO TOWN, IK-
-Li proved, easy terms; also 4. t0 12 acre pieces,
on 8 and 10 years' credit. ' X>. H. TWING, Sonoma
City ; every Monday at 633 Martcet s:., 8. F.- . .
KM>i'OUOUK UJ.-91' Vt UKUHAKU Hu.il&S
for sale.' W OUST KB A WHITI'UN, San Jim*.
~7 WEEK'S NEWS FOR 5 CENTS— Tii S
A WEEKLY, CALL, la wrapper, for mailing.
PROPERTY TO EXCHANGE.
HAL F SECTION OF GOOD LAN D IN TULARE
XI County, for improved or unimproved property
in Berkeley or San Francisco. Address A, box 87
Call OiHce. . , ; ... . . .. ,
IOUn AC It his 'i'lJliilSU.-U.VU.KKKX CO.;,
I Z.I " u ;t-r: flneforcnttlp.'-l«tn?.'N..hx.l6.CaU'
PROPERTY WANTED. ;
WANTED— TO. BUY FOR CASH, BDSINKSS
:»» corner, with or without building, suitaoie for
grocery. J., box 133, this office.
■ WILL BUILD HOUSE AND TAKE $600 LOT
" part payment. GEORGE M. SALSBUBY.
builder, '20 10 Kills st. . . „ „,
. MEDICAL.
A" BLESSING to~~laijies ' SUFFerING
from Irregularities land diseases peculiar. to
their sex: latest improved • method of treatment:
never falls; 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. DR. A MRS.
DA V I Ks. 14 McAllister st., next Hlbernla Bank:
consult free: French regulating pink pills 92;
hours from 9 a. m to 5 p. m. and 7 to 9 p. it. „:■'; ■/,:■>
A LL CASKS- OF IRREGULARITIES KB-
A. stored In »' few bonrs; - ante and sure relief
pnaranteed; travelers helped witbout ' delay; pri-
vate ■•■■ borne - in - confinement: ■ ■ regular . graduate
physician; 30 years' ' successful practice; MEDI-
CAL ELECTRICITY used; . ladies consult th»
doctor before going elsewhere: you will save tim«
and expense; consultation free and confidential. .•:
MRa DR. WYKTH, 916 Post St., near Larfctn. -v
ANEW PROCESS— NO MEDICINE. INSTRO-
-ment or worthless pills used ; every woman her
own . physician for all . female tioubles, no matter
from what cause; restores . always .in one day; :
can he sent and used at home; all case? guaranteed:
If you want to be treated safe and sure call 'on a
roan's physician. DR. POPPER. 318 Keamy St. a
A LPEAU'S ' FRENCH - PILLS— A BOON ,: TO
XV ladies troubled with irregularities: no danger;
safe and sure; t'i 60 express C. O. D.: don't delay
until too late. OBGOQD BUOB., Oakland, Cal. .
OR MEN-GREEN'S GUARANTEED CURE;
J} greatest nerve treatment known; positive cure
for all weakness;. cure guaranteed or ■ money re-
turned; trial free. Agent, KELLY. 102 Eddy st. .
SURE CUKh; FOR ALL FKMALE DISEASED,
0 from whatever cause: a Home in continemen:
with every comfort; satisfaction guaranteed, by
MRS. DR. OWYKR, 226 Turk st. * .:
RS. GOODWIN, DISEASES , WOMEN. BPE-
ciuliy; unexcelled In restoring irregularity or
other conditions: home in confinement: best care:
low fees; plUs #1. Moved to 904 McAllister at . ' :.
BS. DR. WEGENER TAKES LADIES be-
fore and daring confinement: infants adopted
into good homes; treats all female complaints or
irregularities successfully. 419 Eddy st. ;-■-. • .-
R. HALL, 14 MCALLISTER STREET, NEAR
Jones. Diseases of women and children. - . .
RS. J. A. ACJIAHD, MIDWIFE— HOMK IN
confinement; 25yra' experience. 555 Mission.
TV IRREGULAR OR ANY FKMALIfi DI-^EASH
Isee MK*DB. PUKTZ and be content '2t>ii/ 2 4th."
"PRIVATE HOMK IN CONFINEMENT. ;M.RS.
JTDR.-FUNCKK. 14\6 Klghth St.. Alßim-iia.' ■■.';
PROFESSIONAL : CARDS.
rXnksiia " y, ' attorne y-at-law/ boom
421. fourth floor, Furrou building (Emporium).
OHN K. IiICHARDb, LAW OFFICES. ; ROOMS
~ 'iii ' and : 27, Crocker • building; telephone Mala
75, San Francisco, Cat.' ; . ■ ../•;--.-! •':";;>;
JOHN H. AITKEN AND MAURICE L. ASHER.
O attya a: law, mis 519.516. oh floor, Parrott bldg.
..;_.,. ;.|;.! ■ . ;;;: STORAGE. > :■/,■. .;, " -■ .
ToI«AC*I?^CITKA PE^TI^TI?K^cr?YTi?IRK^
proof building; advances made. 211 Larkln.
IpURNITtTRK.. PIANOS, TRUNKS; , AD- ;
' vances, shipping. OH AS. L. TA YLOH.2O4 Post.
B. SMITH FURNITURE CO., 13a ELLIS;
. low rates: fireproof biilldin.': Ka-sterti plar..
..;-....; LEGAL. NOTICES.
rpSfEOLI)^HNaIceDRUGSTORE, i'sUTTER
1 st., will be sold August 18, 1896; all bids must
be in writing and presented to me at my office at
410 Kearny St., room 12. on or before 9 o'clock
A. M. of August 15. 1896. > for further particulars
apply to N. FRA.NKLI ■-, Assignee. 410 Kearnv.
.:'■■ ■-;,■■;. --.- •-.. TO LEASE. •
F~^6^"b^^"ok~l^Xse^6o^vaba lot se.
cor. Pol *- and '• Jackson s sts. : ': rent $50 per
month. Address J. 8.. 427 Sansome St.. S. F. ■>?£-%
\ :: < i-r.^ STORES TO LET. ' , ,
OTORE AND 3'HVING-HOOMS, 1233 PAGE
O St.: rent low, \pplv 1285 Page st. ■
OFFICES TO LET. " "
B"^T)Qr^?fTTcß7^ : Br^oN^S^cllo7ciß~F^
-i-t/« office* and residence combined;., reason-
able. ..-■■■:>■■:■:.;; .-■-■:■■:■:■■':.. j- :-\^--- ■'• v>:i . 1 :-;:^.'
T\KSIR ABLE OFFICES ; MAY BE HAD BY
U applying at 860 Market st. at most reasonable
rates; professional and business men who contem-
plate making a change from their present location
can be suited by applying at room 19, 850 Market.
TORE • i WITH f 2 * LIVING-KOOMo; 452
Halghtst., cornerof Flllmore. :- '■''-; --'■:- . r :
SPRKCKELS m BUILDING. * 927 -M MARKET- '•
Elegant sl^nnv offices. $12 50 up: electric-light;
beating and Janitor service free. Apply at building j
orG. H. UMBSEN A CO.. 14 Montgomery at.
■ CHILDREN k BOARDED.
T>LE AS ANT HOME, ! 1727; MCALLISTER ST.,
X for child; good care; terms moderate .
OAKLAND ADVERTISEMENTS
OFFICE— BROADWAY.
REAL ESTATE.
ft HEAT BA.KGAIN; 6-RPOM COTTAGE AND
VI bath: own water: stable: lot 50xlCQ: between
_ car lines. - KOEMG & KKOLL, 1008 Bioadway,-
Oakland. ■_■-:.:■ ; ' .- „ .: -,■.,-,. . .. . .; '
r>i« bargain IN a OHICKEN-RANCH if
XJ taken quick. See LODGE & POWELL, Fruit-
vale station. .-.*.'• ■ ' ' •' -
;flj _Rnn*- A BEAUTIFUL SEW AND MOD-
<tS>^lO\J\J. em hquae of eight room*, laundry
and bath: all plumbing nickel-plated and open and
of the very finest; plate glass; two fine mantels;
a large basement with cement floor and entirely
plastered overhead; electric gas-lighting; beauti-
fully tinted throughout: cement wa'.ks and fenc-
ing complete; - air excellent neighborhood i with 1
electric cars one block distant; lot 50x150; inves-
tigate this before you buy; no trouble to show the
properly. ,* GEORGE B. M. GRAY. 46« Ninth st.
<_ 1 Ml\f\ - KKAD THIS-WK OFFKR A B-
tlPlOuV/, room cottage and lot. 27x130. for
*17 per month only, and no cash down; a bar-
gain. ALD EN :_ ■ KRONEN BE KG, 902 Broad-
way. ' aklanl. , ■ ■*..■■'■ ■ .'■ . . ; ■;■'-•
.» i ILL IT PA\ ? YES!! SEE ALLE.NDALE
- »* Tract at once. Buy a $76 lot or upward for a
home or paying investment: Fruitva'.e. joining
East Oakland, the garden spot of Oakland ; level
and choice site; ' streets graded: some macadam- :
ized: only a few left; fine school:. 9 electric roads
near <y : conveyance free; $5 cash and $5 monthly.
468 Ninth St., Oakland, and 630 Market a.., S. F.
H. Z JONES, owner-! :
OAK_,AN_r~FUR>~ITUI__ FOB SALE.
"urlclir" W^M^)N_r^Y~pllTßOM Z \IK qT_
: V> sCHELLHAAS.furnItnre-dealer, llth.Oaitld,
;.; OAKLAND BOOMS TO US Ti
CUNNT ROOM OVERLOOKING MOSTBEAU-
-0 tlfui garden in Oakland ; 96 or music : lessons.
8. D , box 66, Call. ■.■■.:-■ ■.-.:.- ■
THE ARLINGTON, COR. NINTH AND
Washington sts., Oakland; a few choice suites
can now be obtained: table unexcelled; reasonable
rates; unquestioned respectability.
ALAMEDA ADVERTISEMENTS
OFFICE— I43S PARK STREET.
ALAMEDA REAL ESTATE.
•youß "T-ims^A^irOTßS?^ 7^"^
<Si Qnnn HANDSOME NEW COTTAOB; 8
tJpOvv/U. rooms and bath; near Mastic sta-
tion, H. Q. "" v" .- ~ ---
<!_97?\fl 25 CASH; $25 MONTHLY; 87:6
«IP_i I uu. _100; N.W. coiner; cottage, 5 rooms.
SPECIAL BARGAINS IN LOTS,
1 * Houses and stores to let from $10 up.
2Si ARCU:>E _ HEM MEL, contractors and Home
Builders, Buy-st. station, Alauieda, Cal. Tel. 2.
San Francisco office, 628 Market street.
Office open Sunday 8 ana holidays.
d-'LJfifill 2-STORY, 7-ROOM HOUSE, COT-
rTpOUU". ta?e, 6 moms, large lot;, former price
94500: : must be sold, i . F. BAIKD, iaO3 • Park
st., Alameda. V ■' ;
iQI*Q->nn TO 56000— NEW AND MODERN
t|P_i)UU bouses on large lots In good locations;
convenient to trains; terms to suit the purchasers.
JOSEPH A. LEONARD COMPANY. 1364 Park
at.; AlamedH. ' ■•■'• -■-*' * '
ALAHEDA HOUSES TOILET.
HOUSK 1O LET-6 ROOMS, BATH; LARGE
yard- 3827 Pacific aye., Alnmeda.
BERKELEY REAL estate.
OOD HOMES FOR RENT OR -FOR SALS
on easy terms. O. G. MAY & CO.. re— esutt,
building and 10an5.' 2123 Center st.. Berkeley.- _ .
OSSEPJt J. Mason, kkal KSTATK and
insuranre mrent. I'trkelpv slum, adjoin In? bank.
• :^y. BERKELEY HOUSES. _j_^
F'^^R~B_^T^^OD r B_~OF^IO~ROOMS AND
bath, with garden and lawn in front, large or-
chard, also some pasture land: entire place com-
prises about 10 acres; street macadamized;, five
minutes' walk to train making half-hourly trips to
city. '-For further information call or address A. J.
SNYDER & CO., 467 Ninth St., real estate brok-
ers. Oakland. __________/
I-ioa'iRE.NT FOR ONE YEAR OR LONGER
Xon reasonable terms— A completely furnished
home of .10 ' rooms, bath ■ and - laundry; stable,
cblckenhouse;. roses, etc.: convenient to railway,
school and university. Address House, box 63,
_________________________ JLm^m^m,
MONTEREY REAL ESTATE. s
i£Z)zKfri!niAiir^
ij — ijUu. a lake; 2-story house, barn., chicken-
house; 12 lots, all in fruit and 5 kinds of berries:
vegetables grow thriftily all year round; must be
sold- Immediately. ". F. C. CALDWEI.IL, owner,
: 325 Ninth at.. Oakland. - - -- V-:
TZ_______Z_?Zi2^_illZl3_Z-!
A Y : AMOUNT? OS BONDS, " WAMOXDs!
__ watches, jewelry, silverware, sea!skins. silks
and instruments; interest low: private ranee; j
private ' rooms; discreet attendants, at UNCLE
HARRIS', 15 Grant aye. .
_■ IAM fif\ A LOWEST RATES: CITY
<Jp IUU.UUU and Oakland; life insurance,
bankbooks, stocks and bonds; estates; »ny sum.
SHAINW ALP, BUCKBEK&cq, 218-220 Monlgy
. A DVANCES ON DIAMOND**, WATCHES,
_»- jewelry, also on furniture, pianos, without re-'
moval: lowest rates. BALDWIN JEWKLKY
$>TOKK. 948 Market st. : open evenings- ; '
CLMA f\(\f\ os first mortgage, in
OUU.UUU sums from »100 to SIO.OOO, at cur-
rent rates; KOKNIG _ KKOLL,' 1006 Broadway,
Oakland. - 1 * . ■ * . • ' * -
MONEY LYING IDLE: TAKE AT $5 INTEK-
11l eat per month for each 81000; same rate sec-
ond mortgage or lite insurance. Coin, box 2, Call.
\4ONEY : LUANKI* OiV J_W_Liil ANU
lVi , other valuables at the Security Loan Of_c_ |
llOOMarketsu.nr.' Mason: private entrance 7. TurA 1
1 kIRECT ON YOUK I- L'K.Ui'jKli UK PiANO;
XJ no removal: no delays; no commissions; low
Interest. Km. 68. Donohue bld«. 1170 Market, st.
NY AMOUNT: IST, 2i> or »D MOKTUAUKd:
__ estates, undivided interests, real estate in wo-
bat«. McCOLGAN. 24 Monteomerv. room 3.
<_ DA f\C\f\ ON improved real estate,
i)U UUU sums not exoeeding $1000. Call at
room 629, Parrott Building. ■ --■:. :, -■>- ■-.
I"ST A 2D MORTGAGES: INTERESTS IN EH-
-.lowest rates:no deIay.MURPHY.«2B Mrk'.
A DVANCEt4ONI)IAMONDS.JE\VEi.rti. JitU
J\ Colombia l_wn At ''oll!>"»r»l ntHf'HHwii' in
P AWN B R O X "ERST""
JjORROWERS, ATTENTION— INTERKST
•» saved at the Cut Rate Loan Orllce,' room*7,"
Flood building. 809 Market St.; strictly private;
open evenings; elevator. . „ - -.. .■••.-■.-■ *.--'
T. 126 KEARNY ST., JKOOM .B— MONEY,
loaned,' - watches. ■ diamonds,* etc. ; low rates;
private room*): elevator: nlPrtirPH for sale cheap. *
_ __._■'_ _~_- n^ FINANCIAL. ~J~-
M'"^O^EY~TO~_]oXSr ON SECURETY. SYL-
VATN'^AI Montgomery, r. 214
PROPOSALS. '
: oir^r_E~^l<ECTioir~olPT
X frame school building and for replankinsr and
bituminlzlng schoolyards— Sealed proposals will
be received. by tbe Superintendent of Common
Schools In open session of the Board of Education,
new City Hall, on WEDNESDAY. August 26,
1896, at 8:30 o'clock p. m.. for the construction of
a four-classroom frame 'school building at Sunny-
side, in the City and County of Sail Francisco.
Proposals will also be received by said board at
the time stated for replnnkln; and bltumlniziug
1 certain public school yards. - I" 'I MIfiWSHO'-iWMJfcw
All work :to be done : in accordance with plans
and specifications (and the conditions mentioned
therein) to be seen at the office of * CHARLES I.
HAVENS, arch. of said board, room 55. Flood
building, corner Fourth and MarKet streets. Union
labor only to be employed on said work. v ■*-'•• v
• The board reserves the right to reject any or all
bids, as the public good may require. •■: „ . s , , -
- GEORGE BEANSTON, Secretary.
"PROPOSALS FOR PAINTING SCHOOL-
"JLj houses— Sealed proposals ' will >be ' received . by
the Superintendent of Common Schools In open
session of the Beard of Eduoatton, new City Hall,
on -WEDNESDAY,- August -ft, 1892,"' at B:3J
o'clock p. ]_, for painting the interior and exterior
of certain scboolhouses In the City and County of
j San Francisco in I accordance with specification
(and tbe conditions mentioned therein) to he seen
at the office of CHaKLKS I." HAVKN archl tect ]
of ■ said ■ board, room 55, « Flood building, corner
Fourth and Market streets. Bids will : be consid-
ered only from parries actually' eutraited In the
business of house palming. Union labor only 10
be employed on this work.
'.The board reserves the right to reject any or all
bids as the public good may require.. - - , ;
: ..■--= ... - i:Kiii!(,' Ii A •■■-*■ ON. .~»cr- arv. i
LAX-SI BUli'PlNli* '■lNXi-:i._li»_^i'U_. : *
MoT«m«nt« of Tr»«-i- V'l^titlo -test nan, ;
~ DELAWARE i BREAKW ATE Passed Auk
16— Stmr Penaland, from Pa ladulphia, tor Liver-
pool. --■•'"*■•• '•■■.-•- -*..-,* .■:■■.•.*■-.'-. ■--..-:■■.; I
bitt i -„— J-AUiUA\i&— l>-A i iii
! - fßlrtb, marriage and death notices sent by mil'
will not be inserted. They m us . be handed la at
either of , the . publication offices and belndorvJ
with the name and residence of persona authorize- 1
to nave the same published. ] ■• . •' *''
> ,;„-, -DIED. -. .\. . ■ 'A I
:■ : Borremans, Charles - Halloway, s?th Parker
■': ' Corbell; Catherine Hi-uaon, Mrs. Emily S.
' Cool. Mrs. Alice J. : Holmes Arthur
fe« Crosby, Benjamin F. .'. Kerrison, Florence
Vi Cavanaugh, James W. Klmhall. Miry B.
' Candage, Wildes F. . ; Lanskl, Wiiliam Grahm
'-.■■ Davis, Mrs. Adaline _. Lanuo, Peter y- ■ *
: . Dempsey, Bernard • -. Little. Elizabeth
\, Davis, Sarah •- ' O'Brien, Patrick :. ". •',".. *
• Duckseischel, Thercsla Randolph, Charles .
Dis-tau Antoiae ;,< •« Reno, Chauncey B.
?::Fat_, lacob - .-- • Spring. Francl.-*. '
Fol d berg," John G. ; '- Sullivan. Patrick *
: Gardner, James E. '■■'' ■'■ H ahle. Lizzie
Gallagher, Henry M. Sims, Dr. J.M. s';:l
- ;• Stitt, Walter P.
■■■■-' • ' "?ii-- ; saarjߣi — -— — i-tjiigggßSKßmGß&mßm
BOEBEMANa-Io this city, August 16,- 1895,.
Tirr ri w -irr- *• -Tr-vnf--r'---]iriiiiM- iffrifiiiin.iliiiiiii ■■!■» ■■iiiM'^ubimi *i
Charles Borremans, a native of Brussels, Bel-
glum, aged t>s years. -■■ ■ i .« -. .. . .- _: V
;OBBELL— In this city. August IS, 18^6, at her
residence. 072 Harrison street, (.'aihrlne. wife of ;
the late George W. Corbell, and beloved mother
of Mrs. P. 8. Backus, v Mrs. W. E. Tracy, Mrs. T.
W. Church, Mrs. W. C. Kirketerp and Peter and
G«or»e W. Corbell. - "
jgrNotica of funeral hereafter. .' :
:OOL— In this city. August 13. 1836, Alice Joste,
beloved wife of William R. Col. mother of Ar-
thur, Charlie and R#y Cool, and daughter of A.
J. Clark of Reno. Nev.. a native of Reno, Nev
aged 26 years 11 months and 12 darn.
tSf Friends and acquaintance* :. are respect-
fntly invited to attend the fun«ral THIS* WAY
(Monday), at 10 o'clock a. m., from the Church of
the Advent, Eleventh street, near Market.
Interment- Cypresi Lawn * Cemetery, by train
leaving Twenty-fifth and Valencia streets sta-
tion at 11:40 o'clock a. _ f> , iv •-■"..■ -S ;
3ROSBY— At sea, August 6. 1896, on board P. M.
S. S. City of Para, Benjamin F. Crosby, beloved
husband of Sarah E. Crosby." a native of Bos on,
. Maas., aged 38 years. Buried at sea. [Boston
papers please copy.J :.
:aVANAUGH— In this city. August 16. 1896,:
James W.. beloved son of William and the late
Jane Cavanaugh. a native of ., Chicago, aged 10
years and days. will take place TO-MORROW
*3~The funeral will take place TO-MORROW
(Tuesday), at 2 o'clock V. v... from the residence, -
1427 Valencia street. Interment Masonic Ceme-
tery. ■
L'ANDAGE-In this city. August 16, 1896, Wildes;
P., • beloved husband of Emily Candaze, and
father of Carrie. Eddie and Georglana Can-
daz». a native of Maine, aged 51 year*.
Friends and acqulantances are -respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral TO-MORROW
(Tuesday), at 2 o'clock F. U; from his late
residence, 617 Shot well street. Interment Ma-
sonic Cemetery.
A. O. U. W.— the officers' and members of
Harmony Lodge No. 9, A. O. U. W. : You are
hereby notified to attend the funeral - of our late
brotner, W. P. Candage, TO-MORROW (Tues-
day), at 1:30 o'clock P. _„ from 617 shotwell
street • By order of ; . R. W. ENGLISH, M. V*7.
.*." •L. Johstskn, Recorder.
DAVIH— in Alameda, August 16, 1896, Mrs. Ada-
■ line M. Davis, eldest daughter of Mrs. Adaiina
M. Jenkins. sister of S. F. Jenkins and Mrs. C
J. Tallon, and granddaughter of , the late Colonel
George S and Laura Mann. >. .
JJ3~Frlends are respectfully Invited toatteni
the funeral services THIS DAY (Monday), at
11:45 o'clock a. _.. at the residence, 815 Santa
Clara avenue, Alameda. lutermeuu Laurel Hill
Cemetery, San Francisco.
DEMPSEY-Iu this city. August 15, 1896, Ber-
nard, beloved husband of Ann Dempsey, and
father of Thomas, Katie and Joseph Dempsey
and the. late James U, and Beanie Dempsey, a
native of County Wexford, Ireland, a_ed 69 years.
[New York papers please copy, j " . . : ' c• "■
49"Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY '
(Monday), at 1:30 o'clock p. m.. from bis late
residence, 187 Stiver street, thence to St. Rose's
Church for services. Interment Mount Calvary
•Cemetery." ' * - -, •
DAVIS— In OaKland, August 14, 1896. Sarah
* Davis, aged 2 years and 7 days. :,,',. :
DtJCKGKIHCHfCL— In this city, August 13. 1896,'
Theresta Duckgelschel, a native 01 Obermorlen,
. Germany, aged 61 years. *
DISSAT— In this city, August 15, 1896. Antoine
Dissat, a native of France, aged 68 years.
FATZ— In this city, August 14, 1896. Jacob Fat»,
a native of Germany, aged 54 years. [New York
papers please copy.j
JK9"Frlends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Monday), at 2 o'clock p. _„ from the par-
- lors of H. F. Suhr & Co., 1209 Mission street,
near Eighth. Interment Laarel Hill Cemetery.
FOLDBERG— In Oakland, August. l 2, 1893, John
G. Foldberg. a native of Hweden, : aged 38 years
'1 3 months and 29 days.
GARDNER— In Oakland, August 15, 1896, James
E. Gardner, a native of Maine, aged 65 yean 10
months ana 9 days. * .
GALLAGHER— In this city, August 16, 1899,
Henry M., dearly beloved son of Mamie G. and
t the late Henry Gallagher, and grandson of Mr.
- and Mrs. Michael Thornton, a native of San
Francisco, aged 1 year 4 months and _ days.
tS~ Friends are respectfully invited to attend
the funeral, which will take place TO-MORROW
(Tuesday), at 2 o'clocK p. if., from . the resi-
dence of his grandparents, 2-2 Filbert street,
r thence to Mount Calvary Cemetery. .
HALLOWAY— In this city, August 18, 1898,
Seth Parker Halloway, a native of Connecticut,
aged 62 years.
Friends an 1 acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend tne funeral TO-MORROW
< (Tuesday), at 8:30 o'clock; a. k.. from his late
residence, St. Zeite's . Home, Waller street and
Central avenue, thence to St. Agnes Church,
Masonic avenue' and P*ge street, where a
requiem mass will be celebrated for the re-
pose of bis soul, commencing, at 9 o'clock a. m.
Interment Laurel Hill Cemetery.
HEUSON— In Oxford. Minn., August 16, 1898.
Mrs. Emily 8. Heuson.' beioved mother of Mrs.
Sbeibell, Mrs.\Emily S. Harris and Mn. Grace
B. smith. :
HOLMES— In this city, August 16. 1898. Arthur
Holmes, a native 01' Ireland, ageJ 38 years.
KEItRI^ON— In this city, August 16. 1896, Flor-
ence. : beloved child of Robert F. and Mary T.
Kerrison, a native of Sau Francisco, a«ed 1 day.
KIMBALL— Havwarls. August 15, 1893. Mary
Blsbee Klmball, Heed 63 years.
- Start rienas and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend 1, he funeral THIS DAY
(Monday), at 2 -o'clock p. _, from her late
'' home in Hay wards. ... . ; , .
LAN!->KI —In th s city. August 15, 1898. William
Grahm, beloved son of William and I' mi a La
:• ski, a native of San Francisco, aged 8 months
and .3 days. '■» ■
LASSO- In this city, August 14, 1896, Peter
Lanno. a native of Germany, aged '44 years 0
. mouths and -0 days.
LITTLE— In this city. August 15. 1896, Elizabeth,
beloved wile of Lucius Little, mother of Charll*
Feldbusch and Mrs. Louis Thlerbach, and sister
of Mrs. F. Freese. Christ and Augusta Knapp.
a native of Leng3f sld, Germany, aged 48 years 5
months and 17 days. A member of the St.
Markus Frauen Vereln and Schuetzen Dam en
Vereln. „ .. -■
agrFrfenrts and acquaintances ar» respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral ro-MURRosV
(Tuesday), at 1 o'clock p. m . from her late resi-
dence, 904b Powell ' street, near Sscramen to,
thence to the St. Markus Church, on O'Farrell
' street, between Franklin and Goush, where
funeral : services will be held at _ o'clock p. m.
Interment I. O. O. F. Cemetery. :
ST. MARKUS FRAUEN VEREIN-The officers
and members of the funeral committee are
hereby kindly requested . 10 assemble TO-MOR-
ROW - (Tuesday), at 1 o'clock p. if., at the St.
Markus Church, on O'Farrell street. ■ between
Franklin and Gough. to attend tbe funeral of
our late member, Mrs. Elizabeth Little.
■ MRS. a. LUEDEMANN, Pres.
MBS. D. F-tj*EKO*_iNa, Sec '
O'BRIEN— In this city. Au~ustl<\ 1896. Patrick,
dearly beloved husband of Catherine O'Brien,
. and father of : David; Annie. May, : Matilda and
Thomas O'Brien, . a native of the parish of Ban-
don, County < one, Ireland. [Boston and Kpring-
fleid papers please copy. 1 ;■ ■
49~Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral TO-MORKOW
(Tuesday), at 8:30 o'clock a. m.. from his late
residence. - 735 ■■ Clementina street, thence to
St. Joseph's Church,' where a requiem high
.mass will be celebrated 'for the repose of bis
soul, commencing at 9 o'clock a. _. Inter-
ment Holy Cross Cemetery.
RANDOLPH— In thii city. August 16. 1896,
■ Charles.' beloved husband of tne late Met- Ran-
dolph, a native of Hamurg, Germany, aged 61
years an 1 0 days- ' * ' ~ ■■-"■'
Friends and: acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend tne funeral THt ti jW
(Monday), at 1 o'clock ■p. _.. from the par-
; lors of H. F. Suhr _ Co.. 1209 Mission street
near Eighth. interment Cypress Lawn C-eineterr.
RENO — In lowa Hill, Placer County, Oil.. August
14, 1893. Cbauncey B. Reno, beloved husband of
Kate Reno, and father Of Jennie, Lottie, Cather-
ine, Grace, Helen and Lillian Reno, a native of
-Placer County, Cat., acted 34 years and 4 months.
Js_r.£ rieiuls and . acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral THIS DA if
(Monday), at 2 o'clocK p. M.. from the par-
lors of James McManus, : Seventh and c astro
streets, Oakland. ■ interment Mountain • View
Cemetery, Oakland. . ' .'"■'
SPRING— In this city, August 14, 1896. Francis
:-.. K. Spring, a native of Newburyport, Mass., aged.
67 years. - -
«_-Frlends are ' repoctfully Invite 1 to atteni.
the funeral services To M OH R() W (Tuesday), at
11 o'clock a. _„ at his late residence. 812 Chest-
nut ; street- Interment ; private. ' Please omit
. flowers. <i'- "■'' ' %- '■-„.■ " "■ '*'■■■ '■•
SULLIVAN— In this city, August 15, 1836. Pat-
' ricK Sullivan, son of * Mrs. Hannah and the late
Patrick Sullivan, and brother of Mrs. L. La Rue,
Nellie Sullivan and John Sullivan, a native of
Boson, Mass., asced 38 years. VJ*'':
Friends and i a qamntances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY"
(Monday), at 2:30 o'clock p. _„ from the. resi-
dence of his si3'.er, Mr*. La Hue; SI Linden ave-
nne. Interment Mount Calvary Cemetery. ;i
STAHLE— In this city, . August 14. 1896. LUxle,
beloved i daughter of ? John aqd - ; the late Mary
&tahle, a native of NeWYork. : . ... "
SIMS— this "city, August , 15, 1896, Dr. J. M.
Sims, a native of . San Francisco, aged 31 years
and 8 months. ' '■ j- .-'■...... -.
~ FrleDds . and acquaintances . are ■ respect»
fr"y invited to attend tbe funeral TO-MORROW
(Tuesday), at 2:»0 o'clock p. m., from the chape
j at. Cypress Lawn Cemetery. % : < = ' ■
STITT— In this city, August 1 16, 1898." Walter P.,
• beloved" son of James P. and Emma Sti t, and
brother Of James F.. Mary. , Gertrude and Au«-
us us Stitt, a , native jof /San Francisco. a*ed
22 years. A member of Modoc Tribe No. 57,
Improved Order of Red Men. r*
, __r Not ice of funera 1 hereafter. " ;. ■."..-
-' . MCAVOY fSt GALLAGHER, I
FCNRRALDIBECTORS-'EMBALMKPS, "
20 Fifth St., Opp. Lincoln School. :
';;■. (V- Telephone 808 a" / ;"y.
MOUNT OLIVET CEMETERY,
SAN MATEO COUNTY! NEAREST CEME-
tery to the city; non-sectarian ; in no sense ex-
clusive: location unexcelled. Office 997 Market
street, southeast, corner ot sixth- -■
" NOTARY PUBLIC.
CHARLES -^H.; PHILLIPS, ATTORNEY- AT-'
Jaw and Notary Public, 63- Market su, oppo-
site Palace Hotel. , Telephone 670. __id«JW« 14M
! _eil*_ ; 'A— epuoua. -Tin*'- -otfi. , ■■ .-.-.--■ ....
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Weak Men and Women
SHOULD USE I>A__A_I_.BITTKI_, j X*M
great Mexican U_iedy; kith _Um_M ***
fcutcsiu 10 Urn bexiwi Qrgu i» .
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