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, TV RE -* 1 ' ESTATE.
G. H. UMBSEN & CO., ~~-~
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
• 11 Montgomery street.
FOURTEENTH-STREET BARGAIN.
$550— Lot 28:9x101:3; only 4 blocks from Mar-
. ket St.; street sewered and macadamized.
FOLSOM-STREET LOT.
$500— 37:6x*.0; on line of electric road; this Is
a real snap.
SUNNYSIDE. ;:;
. $300 — Cozy cottage of 4 rooms and bath; rents
$96 per annum; 25x112:6; owner a non-resident
and very anxious to sell.
UNIVERSITY MOUND.
$1400— A bargain; cottage of 6 rooms and
bath, laundry, etc.: stable: 70x100; handy to
Ban Bruno road cars.
ASHBURY HEIGHTS LOTS.
$75 per foot; Ashbury st. ; nice residence lots
any size; 106:3 feet deep.
BY ORDER OF ABSENTEE OWNER.
$2700— Near Valencia and Market sts. ; nice 2- ;
story bay- window house of 5 rooms and bath !
. a:. . lot.
; GOOD BUSINESS CORNER.
14000— Corner near Valencia and 23d ets.; sub-
stantial building in store an.i 4 i ma and flat ;
of 7 rooms and bath; rents $360 per annum; '
29x75; always rented.
WESTERN ADDITION RESIDENCE AT A
BARGAIN.
$5000— 2-story bay-window residence of 6 rooms
and bath; 15x125; marine views.
ANOTHER GOOD INVESTMENT.
$5500— Folsom St.; 3-story house of 12 rooms
and bath; could be converted Into 3 flats at
very little expense; 15x80; good renting local-
6PLENDID INVESTMENT.
$0500— Oak st. and Lily aye.; substantial
building of 2 flats of 6 and 5 rooms and bath
• each, and cottage of 4 rooms and bath; rents
$576 per annum; 25x120; 2 frontages; both
streets acccepted; this is a splendid invest-
ment.
MODERN FLATS, VERT CHEAP.
$6600 — Leavenworth st. ; 2 handsome flats of
6 and 5 rooms and bath each: rents $52 60 per
month; 27:6x107 .6, this is a gilt-edged down-
town Investment.
A NICE HOME.
$8000 — Fine residence on the sunny side of
Geary st., containing 11 rooms and bath; brick
foundation, etc; rents $Ga per month; 2~ fix
137 .*.
BUSINESS -CORNER ON VALENCIA ST.
$I<\ ooo— -Corner lot. 6PxSO; best block on Va-
lencia Bt. , splendid location for stores and
hotel or flats; this price is very low.
AN ELEGANT RESIDENCE.
$10,000— Devlsadero St.: elegant grounds; nice
modern 2-story house of 9 rooms, bath. etc. ;
61:6x110; this place must be seen to be ap- :
predated.
AN ELEGANT HOME.
$10.250^ — Pine St.; an elegant 2-Btory modern
residence of 12 rooms and bath; nice lawn and
garden; very fashionable neighborhood; 37:6 x
137:6.
WESTERN ADDITION INVESTMENT.
$11, 000— Waller st. and Laussatt aye.; 4 flne
modern flats and cottage; rents $996 per an-
num; 2 lots; double frontage.
PACIFIC HEIGHTS MANSION.
$11,300 — An cleg-ant modern residence of 13
rooßis, etc.; beautiful grounds; large lot, 37:10 x
127:5^,; the most fashionable part of Pacific
Heights.
SUTTER-ST. BUSINESS PROPERTY.
$12,300 — Several blocks east of Van Ness aye.;
substantial 3-story building In store and 23
rooms, rent $870 per annum.
ELEGANT MANSION— BARGAIN.
$12,760 — House c - to build; elegant
mansion of 10 rooms, attic rooms, basement, etc. ;
modern in every particular; parlors, hall and
dining-room finished in natural wood: one of
thu finest houses in the city; 60x122:6; beautiful
grounds; Is to be sacrificed on account of the
owner being a non-resident.
A SPLENDID WESTERN ADDITION COR-
NER INVESTMENT.
|15,000— Rents $1500 per annum; 4 substantial
2 sti ry and basement houses of S rooms and
bath each; brick foundation; all modern im-
ments; both streets accepted, j7x<-2.6;
::i location.
Call and obtain one of our Real Estate
-.8, which contains a list of properties
for sale In all parts of the city.
G. H. UMBSEN & CO.,
14 Montgomery st.
$13 PER FOOT.
Homestead near 24th iMlssion). 25x125; 60 feet
at same rate; street work all done.
$27 PER FOOT.
North side 25th, near Noe; 55x114 feet; street
macadamized.
$35 PER FOOT.
<>n?t cor. Sanchez and Jersey; street
work done; 33x75 feet.
$45 PER FOOT.
Presidio Heights; marine view; Yallejo, near
Broderlck; 2ix137:6.
If 6 PER FOOT.
Twenty-fourth, near Vlcksburg; fine business
lot.
$80 PER FOOT.
Clay, near Spruce; any size; marine view.
$100 PER FOOT.
7 beautiful building lots on Pacific Heights,
with marine view; special inducements to
party who will build; the cheapest lots on the
heights.
r> h<r bargains. Call and get descriptions
■ lees. McAFF.E BROTHERS,
'ntgomery st., San Francisco, Ca.l.
E. W. HAWKINS,
Dealer in Real Estate, Mortgages, Loans
and Insurance.
11 Montgomery street (Lick House Block>.
Eddy st, near Scott. 2 flats of 5 and 6
nd bath: size 2.".xir,7.ij.
i Mi -.. :■ lern hi use; choice location;
rear entrance to Golden Gate Park; desirable
m and bath.
-Minna, between Fourth and Fifth sts;
rents s:2.
P-.itter. near Fillmore; rents $S7 50;
flats, <5 ar..'. 7 rooms.
Cheapest lot on Ninth St.; offer wanted;
e!ze. 26x100.
IHtiO— Ashbury Heights; cheap building lots;
size, 25xS0.
13100— Perry, near Fourth. 3 flats: separate
entrance; brick foundation: rent $30; size. 25xS0.
12200— Pretty modern cottage; Tenth aye, near
California St.; 5 rooms and bath; size. 25x120.
— New Bats, adjacent to Golden Gate
Park; modern improvements; 5 and 6 rooms;
very sunny; decided bargain.
Apply to E. V.-. HAWKINS. 11 Montgomery.
BIG value in real estate at
A. M. SPECK & CO.. 602 Market st.
Loans, 6 to 6Ms per cent: Insurance, etc
$155,000 — grand Investment; pays six
per cent net for 10 years.
$130,000— Corner; brick building; rents $S00;
one tenant.
$125,000— Business property; gilt edge; one ten-
ant: rent $700.
■ $100,000— Corner; 75 feet; with new Improve-
ments: near Orpheum; for secured tenants;
rents $700.
|99,000 — Market St., near Baldwin: two fronts.
$110.000— 60x120 feet; within block of Tlvoll.
$75,000 — Corner. 200x137.6. on Leavenworth st;
partly Improved; rents $500.
$35,000— Corner, 220x100, vicinity Mission and
Sixteenth.
HOW— Elegant 7-room residence on Geary st.
$2300 — 4 flats; rents $32.
A. M. SPECK & CO.
IMPROVED.
$25,000— Rents $212 per month: choice business
property: stores and flats: Sixth St.; always
rented :7St!>o.
Mal-» offer: 222." Jackson «t., bet. Buchanan
and "Webster; lot 25:3x127:6; no reasonable of-
<■«-.- refused.
Reduced from rroon to {5750— Elegant modern
residence; 1711 Post st., bet. Buchanan and
Webster; 10 rooms and bath; mortgage $3500;
must be sold; 26x137:4.
UNIMPROVED. ...,.-.«>-
s3soo— Clayton, near "Waller; 45x100; cheapest
let in the panhandle.
$1000—16 lots near 24tb and "Omtro.
DAVID STERN & RONS.
Real Estate Agents, 20 Montgomery st.
ASHBURY HEIGHTS— ;
Artistic colonial home. Just completed; 121
Frederick St., near Anhbury ft.; 8 rooms,
bath: beautifully frescoed and finished: en-
tirely modern and not of conventional order:
ft very select neighborhood : price $C 500:
Halgbt-st. cars, transfer to Masonic aye., and
pass the house.
$2."0— D0 you want a good lot and a cheap one?
The cheapest in the district. One graded,
sewered and macadamized. Then buy this
one on Moultrle. nenr Kurene, one block
from Cortland aye. and school. McEWEN
PROS., US Montgomery st.
j --c.- 5 rooms: bath:
Twnty-thlr'l. near Chattanooga : f-asy terms,
K. E. AtTBRY <t CO., 2245 Mission fit., be-
tween Ki»rhteenth and Nineteenth.
COTTAGE 4 rooms, bnsement: lot 3^x49: on
• h Pt.. one block from cars; $12M.
GEORGE PATTERSON- * CO.. 17M Market
BTTY a lot— What better investment? For tl
down and ?l a week we will sell you the
choice of 30 lots near Golden Gate Park; only
1100 each. JACOB HEYMAN, 11 Montgom-
ery Ft. V-.jf , j
$."0 and upward -F!u!ld!ng lots close to car
lines; $r, monthly. JACOB HEYMAN, 11
*F>o down and $13 ?Z monthly will buy a new
t-room and bath eottafre. convenient to cars:
pood neighborhood; 5 already sold. JACOB
HEYMAN, 11 Montgomery st.
SMALL payment down: balance equal to rent;
new modern B-room and bath cottage, porce-
lain tubs, 2 mantels: lot 25x118: all moder*
Improvements; i Work from electric road: «,
bargain. JACOB HEYMAX, 11 Mrmtgomer/.
CITY KEAL ESTATE.
MApiSOX^&nsijßKJi7 ReafTssU^ Agents";
established 1S58; 626 Market Et.
irJ^n raj business Investments, from $40,000 to
for partlculir SVS V : nt ° Wn Property ; call at office j
,* Ele .? a nt" residence, 7 rooms and bath;
lot 34:10x117; on west side Howard, near 21th.
Grand corner— Van Ness aye. and McAllister i
Ft.; 109x120, with improvements; must bs sold. ;
F }?- L very low— Only J5500 for 2 large flats :
on Webster st., near Sacramento; 25x90:6.
I Down-town investment— St., between
Montgomery and Kearny; 3-story building; lot
| 34:1x112:6; make an offer.
$13,000— Land alone worth the money; Bush, :
, near Deviaadero; lot 103:Cx137:6.
To . close an estate— Southwest comer Six-
teenth and Hardy sts.; store and flats; renting
for *1»; lot 30x85; price 17500; make offer.
$4500— Bush st., near Devlsadero; 7 rooms and ]
I bath; lot 23x137:6.
$."500— Shotwell st., near Twenty-third; 3 flats;
j well rented; In perfect condition; lot 25x97:6.
_ $2700— Church st., near Twenty-first; cottage
o rooms and bath; lot 26x120.
$2500— Prospect place, near Sacramento; rents
$28 per month; lot 30xUi.
House and large stable; Twenty-fifth
St., near Douglass; lot 50x114.
$1050— Cottage and lot, 326 Virginia aye., near
Mission St.; large lot.
$3000— Rents $24; Perry St., near 4th; lot 25x80.
$3500— Rents $36 per month; Clementina st.,
near Third; lot SxW.
Handsome new cottage of 6 rooms and bath:
convenient to Castro-st. cable; all modern con-
veniences; elegant bathroom, pantry, large
i closets; a perfect gem: $3250; easy terms can
I j be arranged; call at office.
i :/;.. •
, We have a large list of cottages at less than
cost that must be sold for benefit of loan asso-
! ciations; call at office for permit to inspect.'
UNIMPROVED PROPERTY.
Corner on Haight and Octavia sts., 1 block
off Market; 37:6x100; offered low; one-half pur-
chase can remain at 6 per cent.
] $7500— 10th. bet. Sanchez and Nor; 50x103:6.
Corner, only $225U; California and Locust sts.;
: 37:6x107:7.
$4000— Golden Gate aye.. near Broderick St.;
33:4x137:6.
Residence: corner lot: NE cor. of Bush and
Lyon pts.; 25x100; price $3000; make offer.
Near corner Leavenworth and Sacramento;
37:6x78:11; elegant local for Bats; $25'K).
$3000— Corner Lombard an.l Octavia: 46:6x100.
$2750— Clay st., near Spruce; 27:6x127:5.
$2000— :5 th St., west of Diamond; i>»xll4.
$1900— st., near Webster; 25x100.
JlSoo— Golden Gate aw., nr. Central; 25x100.
$1250— Sixteenth St.. near Castro: 25x100.
$1000 — Fourth aye., near Point Lobos; 25x120.
$900 — California St., near Twelfth Rye. , 25x100.
MADISON & BURKE, 026 Market st.
JOHN PFORR, 529 Montgomery St.,

$15,500— Fine McAlllster-st. property: rent
w; 2 flats opstalrs and lar^e
lot: best business
* : •; •.. near B» cBS; old
Unprtn < • J37.
Jl'v 1 property; rent
fl7»; 2 stores below and lairs.
Kor sale— At a -
splendid corner, 24th a-
24th ht on Noe; 24th st bitumlnl_ed.
I ■
rooms, near Bteiner and Pine sts.; first-rate in-
veatmi
rent $co,
4 flats of 4 and C rooms; lot :>x"...'"> feet to rear
Etreet; un Geary Bt., !.^-.-ir 1
At a reduction t" $6150; rent $47; a business
property; fine 3-story bouse on (i.ary st..

nd two separate llats upstairs; paying
uver i per cent.
• business corner,
paying good rent, and improve to
j
Reduced to $8500 froi ' Howard st..
near Oth; 2 2-story mil basement bouses of b
: .:. I b.uh each; I I
' Fronting on the Panhandle Park:
lovely house of G rooms and bath;
82400— Rents $25; double flat ■•: 4 and E
and bath, nr. (Hh and Bryant sts.; n
bc-tter in the city.
1 inly a lew days more and the chance I
that fin» property • -t by
225 feet back to 2d aye. and 200 feet on Zd aye.,
•m If.th and lnth sts., with the 12 ele-
gant flats and factory will be withdrawn.
Reduced to $4000 from $C 000; 2-story ar.d base-
ment briclc house on a principal street 4 .
from Market st.: 25x80; rent >
$1100— Cottage on the Potrevo and lot -
on installments very cheap.
At $1« 1. t 24x1 •■•t. on 17th street, a few
doors west from : ■ et, with a stable
-NIMPR4 >VED.
! Pine ft. i.^ar I.\ :i; lot 30:5x87:6;
for buildi:.. rr .uniiing.
X ■■•' st.. near Thirtieth. 30x112.
c corner lot on Fillmore
Voe St.. near Thirtirth; Lit 36:6x75.
SOL. GETZ & BROTHER.
Roor "A," First Floor, Crocker Building.
HEADQUARTERS FOR PARK LOTS.
$100, $150 to $250— Level lots to build on. near
Mission st. electric cars: only $5 monthly
- SOL GETZ & BROTHER.
SUNSET HEIGHTS LOTS. : "
! $3iO, $400, $150 to $Sso— Graded lots and
streets: splendid view of lark: $25 down and
j $10 monthly. SOL GETZ & BROTHER.
$■100. $450 to $Soo— Choicest building lots In
I Richmond: perfect bargains; buy now: easy
Installments. SOI, GETZ & BROTHER
-Corner 25x120; splendid 4-room cottage
and basement; on Fifteenth aye., near Clement
; st. ; easy terms.
Call for . Maps and Diagrams.
SOL GETZ & BROTHER,
CROCKER BUILDING.
j SNAPS'. ~~~ ~
i snaps:
chas. J. campbell & co.,
224 Montgomery st.
■Real Estate Auctioned Free.
! $15.00— 25:4 foot front; Natoma, near 14th;
: street work done, v . :
Cheapest lets in the Mission; Capp St.,
: near 19th; streets bitumlnlsed.
$3250— Northeast corner, 26x100: Ashbury -St.,
near Panhandle: street bituminized.
$4000— Must be sold; elegant, new modern res-
idence; 7 rooms: Eddy st.
$6000 — Two elegant, new modern flats of 6 and
7 rooms; rent $45.
$3800 — Down-town bargain; 12-room house;
Bush, near Mason: rent $50.
$40,000— Remarkable bargain: 4th st., near
1 Market; CO foot front; rent $210.
BUY A LOT ~~
IN THE HEYMAN TRACT.
$5 A MONTH. $3 A MONTH.
As a special offering we will sell a few of the
J choicest lots in the Heyman Tract for
$300 EACH, • . $300 EACH.
Lots are finely situated, commanding grand
| view of. the city. '
. They are. level and ready to build on. Buy
now; they will soon be gone.
i Take Mission st. cars; transfer to 22d st.
i cars; ride to Hoffman aye. Ask for Jas. A.
Cotter. He will show you around.
JACOB HEYMAN.
j 11 Montgomery st:. Owner.
C. C. BEMIP.
KEAL ESTATE AND LAND AGENT.
324 MONTGOMERY ST.
FOR SALE.
Choice building lot on Army and Twenty-
seventh sts. ; clote to electric road.
$5000— Good corner for store; must be sold;
lot 62:4x60 feet.
$67"0 — ,r>0x127:6, r >0xl27:6 feet on Jackson St., overlook-
ing the Preeldlo and bay.
EO-vara on Pago st.; panhandle of park.
$300— Choice building lota north Of, park.
Bargain— Southwest cut. Fifth aye. and C
St.; 109x95 feet.
$700 CASH, balanc* In monthly installments,
will buy the most attractive home built this
year; Twenty-fifth st.. near Church; lot 25:11
X 114; nicely arranged 2-ntory residence of 8
rooms, bath, etc.; best plumbing: handl
decorated walls; no expense has been I]
the houaa must be sf-en to be appreciated.
BALDWIN fr HOWELL, 10 Montgomery st.
STOP paying rent. Begin the new year right.
Remember the difference between paying:
rent and owning your own home Is worthy of
a great struggle.
Two cottages of 7 rooms, bath, large pantry,
plenty of closet room, sink tiled. fine high
basement, all floored, brick foundation, cement
side and garden walks, stylish front, all mod-
ern Improvements up to date: must be seen to
be appreciated: $3000; terms to suit purchaser.
Apply on premises, corner Cortland are. and
Mission St., to J. M. COMERFORD. from 1 to
3:30 p. m. ; take Mlssion-st. cars to Cortland ay.
BOUSE, i rooms; barn. 2 cows and chicken-
house. 745 Minnesota St., near Twentieth.
MM WILL biMld 4-room cottage complete:
will call GEO. M. SALSBURY, builder. 621
X et.. Sunset District.
CHOICE business property: northwest corner
Mission and Spear Rts. ; 45:10x117:6: mu»t be
disposed of. Apply H. SCHWERIN. 546 Clay.
ON Lyon at., between McAllister and Golden
Gate aye., a new, modern seven roomed cot-
tage, beautifully frescoed. ' and laundry.
4-RM. cottage and lot, $1500; l block from Mis-
sion cars; $16 monthly. BABIH, 413 Kearny.
PixOi'ERTV. 1O iXC A.ti .
RENTING Oakland property to ex-
change for ranches. EDSON & TUKTON,
1209 Broadway, Oakland.
11400— EQUITY room cottage and lot for
acreage or good business. 908 Eagle aye.,
Alameda.
37 ROOMS: city corner; house full. 472 Eighth
St.. .Oakland. „ ... r£ ;
THE SAX FRANCISCO CALL, SI'XDAY, JANUARY 10, 1898.
CRT RBAIi ESTATE.
BALDWIN A HOWKLL,
RKAL EBTATB AGENTS.
Rayes -:.. near r-irw;r -irw; lot 27:Cx120.
running through to Linden aye.; Improvements
- Oats on Linden aye., renting for
nt $t ma St., near sixth: lot
25x75, with a 1-story building containing store
r'.its above i acb.
it., in-iir Halgbt; a flats of 4
aii'l 5 i
*77. r.ir .'i . near Flllm i m tiats
of C and 7 n oms, l.^t:;. etc.; euc!. .
rent. $• :
Franklin St., n^.u- Hayes; lot $5x197 :< I
3 flats of E roams anii hath each; stable in rear
for 13 horses; n-nts $7y; mortgage of *>XK> can
remai:
Rent *774 per year; always rented:
choice Investment on I Third
an.'. Fourth .-t.s.; lot bas iw :'ays a
it and bound to increase
■ lue.
$50 »— Kent $ISO per annum: lot 33:9x5«; 2-story
building. More and Hats above: land alone
worth the price asked: near Fourth anil Bryant.
$425i>— Rented low at MS: I flats and 2-ntory
house in rear. 4-4-4 nnd 3 rooms: Pacific st.
corner, near Taylor: steadily rented.
$3500 — Offer wanted: Essex St.. near Folsom
St.; lot 50xS7:C, with 2-story house of 9 rooms.
ATTENTION, TEAMSTEKS.
$6000— Webster Ft., near Hayes; comfortable
2-Ftory house of 9 rooms and bath; big lot. 37:6
x 137:6; large stable and wagon-house; list the
plac» for a man who keeps several horses.
BALDWIN & Hi WELL,
10 Montgomery st.
SOME CHEAP LOTS—
J2KOO — cheap corner Hayes and Clayton sts.;
25x106:3.
$lw i X> each— Terms $50 cash, balance $10
monthly; cheapest lots In Richmond; Third
aye., bet. California and Clement ts.
$1475 each— Frederick st. (sunny side), bet.
Slinkier and Cole; nice surroundings; l block
to the Park: only a few left.
$2175— Sunny side of McAllister St.. near
Baker; r?,x!37:fi.
$5000— Oak st., near Broderick; 50x137:6; will
subdivide.
$32."0— DevlsaiWo st., near McAllister: 25x100.
51125 each— Street accepted; Lombard St., near
Goujth; 2 lots, each 2."x137:0.
J77'Xi— Ptnnyan St.. near Oak; 50x100.
$2600— Shnwler St., near Page; lot 27:6x100;
street accepted.
$?00— A bargain; Jackson St., near Cherry;
25xlM; easy terms.
$1750 each — Sacramento St., near Walnut; 25x
100 each; easy terms; street bitumlnlzed.
$41. "O— Pacific aye., near Baker St.; 27:6x127:6.
$'i. r ,oo— McAllister St., near Scott; 34x100.
$2."oo— Baker St.; near Broadway; lot 00x70.
$1000 each— Bay st., near Van Ness aye.; 25x
1ST:«.
j;ooo— Van Ness aye.. near Francisco st. ;
25x100.
Corner of Van Ness aye. and Bay st.;
37:Gxl'iO.
Washington st., near Cherry; 43:6^ix
1I":SU. BALDWIN & HOWELL.
'■'•■■-- 10 Montgomery st.
COI \IHV tsJBAIi KSTATE.
G. H. UMBSEN A CO .
DAVID BUSH, Manager Country Pept.
14 M< >NTG< iMERT BT.
$5 per miles east of Llv-
; Corral i> ut 30
acres nearly lev . • hilly.
n arid
barn.
$0 per n<-r.' 800 acres nesj . Mon-
terey 1 jood Stock and dairy ranch;
well for
$1200—23 acres near Martinez: good vine- |
yard, family orchard, grain and sugar beet
j land; pood improvements.
; $1650—143 acres near St. Kolena, Napa Co.; j
I olives- and family orchard; mineral spring; i
I good improvements.
$2000 — 10 acres at Los Gatos ; all out In i
I prunes, apricots and peaches: no house.
$:. r .O0 — 12 acres near Brighton, Sacramento i
County: 20 acres In vineyards; 10 acres In :
orchard: balance Rrain and alfalfa land;
house, barn and chicken houses: 4 windmills; j
a preat bargain: will exchange.
Kxchanpe— l7 acres all out in orchard Just
outside of the town limits of Haywards; fine
Improvements; a profitable income place.
Call or send for our new circular.
SWEENY RANI ~ '
NEAR REDWOOD CUT. SAN MATEO
COUNTY.
Wo will subdivide the celebrated ranch -of
the late Miles I>. Swejny In tracts of 1&0 acres
or less; rich soil for fruit, jrrain and vege-
tables; plenty of water; this property imme- j
diately ndjoins Redwood City and is only one j
i hour's ride from Ban Fran'. suitable for
I small home farms; prices below all former '
quotations and ur>on unusually easy terms.
For particular* call or address
EASTON. ELDRIOGE A CO.,
6-TS Market St.. San Francisco.
Or our branch office at Redwood City.
MOUNTAIN VIEW LANDS
FOR SUBURBAN HOMES.
Especially adapted to rai-slns; decld-uus
fruits and vegetables: we have a few choice
1 subdivisions of 10 to 20 acres each in U»o \ w-
hall & WIiM trnct, which we offrr at extremely
low prices and on very easy terms; small cash
payment; balance monthly; one and a half
miles from Mountain View station. Apply for
full particulars to
EASTON. ELDRID IE A CO..
C3S Market ft.. San Franclscc
Or WOOSTEU & WHITTON,
7 West S.ir.ta Clara St.. San Jose.
FOR SALT: or In exchange for fruit land—
• Furniture and lease of M-room hotel on
Michigan are.. Chicago, 111.; walking- dis-
tance from, business center: everything In
pood order and d ins a profitable business;
price *::.on. Inquire BURNHAM & MARSH
CO., C2B Market St., opp. Palace Hotel.
$950 — Another barmln; SO acre* near High-
land Spring*, Lake Co.: all tillable land; 15
acres bearing orchard; good house, barn and
other improvements.
$1000 cash — 10 acres near town. Lake Co.;
hlehly Improved; new e-roon house, com-
pletely furnished: barn nnd outbuildings; 2
horses, cow and all farming tools. C F.
MOORE, 535 Market St., room 4.
, $7."0— k0 ACRES good land near Creston; orch-
ard, barn. etc.
$ICOO— SO acres, Sonoma County; house, barn,
tools. etc.
$3000 40 acres, well Improved, near Los Gatoa.
I. C. SCHARFF. 20 Montgomery st.
fruit ranch in full bearing: near
■ •use, barn; wll
Call.
j:. DOWN, 'Z monthly, no inWest. for five in.
acre tracts near Auburn. Placer Co.: ov.-r 7V>
- sold. JACOB HETMAN, 11 Montgom-
ery St.
A VERT eomplei mtry T>n\
of nil classes of farming property for
V idy c\ Slaven, th< the old
i:r'U in X ALSIP &
CO.. Mills building, San Francisco.
20 ACRES prunes; Santa Clara Valley; near
station: none better: term - easy; good bar-
gain. J. T. DUNN, lOCS Claus Spreckels bid*.
FOR Up-to-date home ranch, 40 acr»s;
level, fertile; fine overflowing artesian wells:
dry season not feared; houses, barns, etc.: IS
in all; fine shade trees for poultry; lovely lit-
tle variety orchard; near station; fronts on
rallrdnd; near sugar bept mill, 4 miles from
Irvington; price reduced; 33 miles from San
Francisco. Address box- 4.".7. "Call office.
$3500— Ranch. 93 acres: Improved: house of 4
• rooms; new barn; Implements; 50 acres fruit
and grain, balance good rolling pasture: 3
miles from Santa Cruz, on county road; $2000
cash; balance easy terms; exchange for San
Francisco property. Inquire 78 Rausch st.
FOR sale — Small orchard near Antloch; trees
4 and C years old; house, barn, chicken-
houses, etc.: bargain; owner going East: one-
third cash: balance 1 and 2 years. W. M.
ELSOM, 1346 Market st.
HOUSE of '.' r'x-ms; modern; yard l.Vi by 2"0
f'-et ; greenhouse plants, good water, stable
and chicken yard: also goldfish pond; big bar-
gain Call nt th;s office.
; BT7TS a (-room corner frame house In
Santa Maria, Cal., with 3 connected lota, 71
xlf4 feet: flower garden, fruit tree* and good
barn; will trade for City lortglng-h"ii«.. r
chicken ranch. Inquire It. BENJAMIN. 11l
Fills Ft., city.
ANY "ne wanting a small ranrh. for grazing
purposes, nr a moderate sized orchard, part-
ly Improved, payable on very easy terms,
apply to room 703. f'laus Spreckels building
FOR sale — Glen Annie ranch, one of the best-
known ranches In Southern California. Ap-
ply J. PERCY LAWTON. Santa Barbara.
BOOK and list Of cheap land free. • M M
GRIFFIN*. Cottonwood, Shasta County. Cal.
LITTLE homes close to town: improved: easy
terms: hlfo 4 to 1? a<-re r>i*ce«< on 8 and 11
years' credit. D H. TWIST,, Sonoma City:
,r.rv Mf» r *»v »t rat MwrVet «t,. P. F.
PROPERTY WANTED. ! '
WANTED — To buy or rent Improved ranches:
give us full particulars. A. M. SPECK &
CO.. €02 Market.
LOST.
LOST— Chamois bag. containing reviving
locket, breastpin. 3 rings, 2 pair earrings (1
black topaz, other rhinestone), 1 Mexican
dollar, gold key and steel thimble: .ill me-
mentos. Kinder leave at this office and re-
ceive $10 reward.
-Llewellyn setter. 1 year o'd. Return to
2021 California St., receive reward.
LOST— A small link chain bracelet: gold. Re-
turn 13C2A Market st. Liberal reward.
LOST— Monday, ladles' opal ring; reward.
Return to 2905 Sixteenth st.
BUNCH of keys, Wednesday; reward. 203
Sixth st. *<'-.-.
LOST— A pass-book with the Hlbernia Savings
and Loan Society " San Francisco: No. 192,-
. 705. The finder will please return to bank.
IX>ST— A pass-book with the Hlbernia Savings
and Lean Society of San Francisco, in the
name of EDWARD H. GEIB, No. 204. &3.
The finder will please return to bank.
BRING old gold and Fllver to me and get cash
for it. UNCLE HARRIS. la Grant aye.
" TVI-KWIlITlir. S.
REMINGTON No. 8: fine order; $25; sample
■cnt. BCOTT & BANNAN. 333 Montgomery.
OAKLAND ADVERTISEMENTS.
OFFICE— 9OB BROADWAY.
OAKMX'J REAL ESTATE.
WILLIAM J. DINGEE.
901 BROADWAY. COR. EIGHTH STREET.
SPECIAL BARGAINS,
RARE OPPORTUNITIES.
$7000 — Beautiful modern home on Jackson st. :
a sunny corner; new house of 8 roomw and all
Improvements: one of the" prettiest homes in
the city: lot 40x100; fine lawn and rose bushes
in abundance: cost owner $10,000; a bargain for
the home-seeker.
WILLIAM J. DINGEE.
901 Broadway, cor. Eighth st.
$s<MM>— Fine 2-story residence and lot SsxlSO,
en Harrison st., north of Fourteenth: house in
excellent condition; finest residence district in
Oakland; owner would take one-half In a nice
cottage; balance cash.
WILLIAM J. DINGEE.
901 Broadway, cor. Eighth st.
$3000— Eight acres, within 10 minutes' walk
of terminus of Piedmont electric line; a fine
place for suburban home; fine soil; will grow
anything; excellent pis to raise :.<:.
try: short walk to nchoolhouse; located on
main county road; a fine bargain for the right
man. WILLIAM J. DING]
?01 Broadway, cor. Eighth st. .
*6 000 ACRF*S' '
.v'-Ki:>' :
A Magnificent Cattle Range.
A Magnificent Cattle Range.
Flanking Capay Valley, the well-known early
I fruit center In Yolo County. We offer for sale
1 five separate adjoining cattle or sheep ranches,
aggregating 21,. c .SO acres of land. To be sold as
' a whole or singly at from $2 25 to $4 per acre.
These ranches — eso all the necessary re-
quisites for a grand cattle or sheep range, hav-
j ing well-watered, open .ml timbered lands,
growing In abundance the natural grasses.
: Not having been pastured for a year or two
; they are In tine condition. They were taken
In for the mortgage by the Bank of Wood-
i lar.d. and are offered at less than the foreclos-
ure price.
This bank also controls some of the best
; Fruit and Grain lands In Capay Valley and
! In other desirable locations In the State, which
we are orft-ring at very low prices.
FROM J2 00 to $40 00 PER ACRE.
Call or send and get a catalogue of these
lands with pricelist.
Me A FEE BROS..
10S Montgomery st.. Ran Francisco, Cal.
In Subdivisions! ! " In Subdivisions! !
At Assessed Value! ' At Assessed Value! !
A grand opportunity. We offer for sal* f>ooo
acres • f the estate of Sarah Blake (deceased)
In subdivisions at exactly the County Asses-
sor's valuation. There Is no better land in the
State for » • •
GRAIN. FRUIT. VEGETABLES AND AL-
FALFA.
It lies en the M«<ree.l River on the line of
the proposed Merced and Yrsemlte Valley Rail-
r.-.i 1, and has unsurpassed possibilities for sup*
plying the great mountain and Yosemite Val-
! ley trade with fruit, vegetables and dairy pro-
duce.
In 1 s/ard, at prices of
■:■
Wr:t>- irs to
EE nnnp.,
108 Montgomery St., San Francisco, Cal
■ X KING. 902
nd; trade or sell.
:n rall-
h wanted. C X
KIN Oakland.
200 acres Monterey Co.: good home place with
fruit, all ytock and tools; $6000 to trade. C.
K. KING, 902 Broadway, Oakland.
$12..'00— HOTEL for sale or trade in one of the
l>est towns in the State: 55 rooms: bar and
billiard room: gas house and other build-
Ings, etc.: insured for 5.V.00; now rented $75
month: doing a good business: no other hotel
in place; is a (rood property nnd will bear In-
vestigatlon. A.l. lres* ALDEN-GARFLELD
CO., i>P2 Broadway.
Bltvale: a snap: worth
ALDEN-GARFIELD
80 ACRE ranch; level: 30 acres in fruit and
vines: good buildings; going p.t $3200; also
new house of S rooms; best location in Oak-
land: must b»* sold. E. K. BUNCE, &08
Broadway. Oak'.nnd, Cal.
HERE 1 for a horne — G
m cottage and good stable;
trail (23 ? •■aj'h.
P. KERN

$4?/) will build a three-room eottnge. with lot
50x125, in the Alvin tract, near Fruitvale; $25
down, $5 monthly. JACOB HEYMAN. 11
Montgomery st
IT'S not too late; If yiu come at once you can
buy a cottage, cabin ard lot for $150. $10
cash. $3 monthly: I $75 lot. well worth »'"■
$5 cash, $5 monthly.; streets all graded. anm*
iracadnmized: fin* school ar.d I electric-car
lines n»ar: cllmnt*. noil and situation very
best. H. Z. JONES, owner of the Allendale
tract. East Dal- lard 4"< Ninth St., bet.
Broadway and Washington. Oakland: car-
riage free.
hath, cemented
basement, etc.: near Grove st. : lot 50x160:
plumbing nickel plated: electric wiring: ;
Ftreet work complete; price $3500: terms to i
Fuit. Lake Shore Land Co.. A. H. BREED,
Mannser. 1070 Broadway. Oakland. -,>;
ALAMEDA ADVERTISEMENTS.
ALAMEDA HEAL ESTATK.
JUST like paying rent.
li^O — Colonial cottage. 4 rooms and bath.
$lv>o— Handsome cottage near station.
$32CO— House of I rooms; all modern conveni-
ences.
$29.%0— Colonial cottage. « rooms: fine grounds. I
MARCUSE. & REMMEL. Bay st. station
abroad gauge), Alanvla: XX Market St., San ;
Francisco. Open Sundays and holidays.
CHE A TEST and best In America— The \V»*klV
Call, pent ;o any address In the United States
pr r^Tn^r, nne vesr tnr J! M. rx>«t*r» fr~»
BERKELEY HEAL ESTATE.
TUTS Is a snap— New P-room house, nil mod- '
crn conveniences. $3riofl; $300 cash, balance '
monthly: also a "-room 2-story house, mod-
ern. I3I50: J2<V) cash, bnlnnc* 'monthly. See
owner and property at 14!" Spniee st.. North
Berkeley, or C. P. KERN. 1010 Broadway.
Oaklnni.
MONEY TO LOAN.
ANY amount at 6*4 per cent on real estate: 2d
& M mortgages, estates, undivided Interests,
real estate In probate, 1 1 f *» insurance, goods in
warehouse, furniture and pianos without re-
moval morttraires and legacies bought; no de-
lay. R. McCOLGAN. 24 Montgomery, rm. 3.
LOANS on furniture or pianos In S. F., Oak-
land or Alnmeda, at lowest rates, without
removal: no commissions:, no delays .1.
NAN. 1017 to 1023 Mission, abo'i Sixth:
tel South 14. 4. ,-;
HIGHLY respectable and private place to ob-
tain liberal advances on diamonds and Jew-
elry at the lowest rates. Baldwin Jewelry
Ptore, MS Market ft. ; tel. Green 204.
WE loan on real estate at 6 and 64 per cent:
also on second mortgages; llf«* Insurance and
real estate In probate: any sum. Manhattan
Ix>an Co., r. 10 (ground floor). Mills building.
ON furniture and pianos without removal: no
commission: lowest Interest: part payments
received; money quick and confidential. 1170
Market Ft., room 63.
GO to a regular licensed pawnbroker at 1
Fourth Ft., upstairs; strictly private; low
rates: tel. Red 1121: established IS6S.
ON furniture, pianos; city or Oakland: no re-
moval; low rates: no commission; $25 up-
private party. BONF.LLI. 4f.2 Geary at.
ON furniture, pianos: no commission: low
rates; private. SCRIBNER & CO.. 7 City
Hall Square.
ANY sum on real estate and estates In pro-
bate. HILL & CO., 14 McAllister, rm 64.
ANY sum. is' or Id mortgajrea, estates In pro-
bat", etc. Room J nt California st.
lowest rates; Ist and M mortg :
any proposition. Dryden, 413 Montgomery.
md country: siny sum: I.=t ail 2d mort-
naa- ' •'•' MtTRPHT. fi2s Mkt st.
On pianos. furniture: no removal: lowest
ratnc; n<> cm ; private. 116 McAllister st.
$100,000 ON life Insurance policies; low Inter-
est. JOS. B. TOPLITZ. 33.1 Pine st. •
10 SIN 13' Moat reliable piace to borrow
mom !*! * nnd Jewhy.
A TVEKK'S new* for 5 cents— Weekly
Call, in wrapper, for mailing.
MOXEV WANTED.
WANTED— A mortgage loan of JB5OO on first-
class brick corner property In Olvmpla.
Washington. Apply to R. O. OAKLEY. 11
Montgomery st.
~ KIXAXCIAI*.
c,( .in mine— have for sale a first-class min-
ing proi>erty In Central Oregon: free milling
ore :averaK« value over $10 per ton: 500 feet of
work and largre amount of ore blocked out;
price. $15,000. which is half the actual values
In stßht; principals only apply. CHUItCH &
TETEK. Mills Building.
CHANCE of a One-fourth interest of-
f erred In valuable gold mine; fully equipped;
mill, etc.; $100,000 invested; owner embar-
rassed: must have $10,000 immediately. Ad-
dress Quickness, box 612. Call office.
5 BOAS, 330 Montgomery St.— Loans on life
insurance policies and buys bank books.
LOANS en real estate, bonds, etc.; lowest
rates. Mr A FEE BROS.. 10S Montgomery st-
HOUSES TO LET. {
JACKSON, 1313. between Larkln and Polk— |
7 rooms and bath; larjre yard; rent reduced. ,
WHY pay rent? Why not build? You can do (
so. If you have mortgaged and wish to pay
It off easily you can ret best terms of Amer- s
ican Investors' Co., if Montgomery st.
ALL OVER TOWN
You see houses to rent by BALDWIN &
HO WELL, 10 Montgomery. j
11 ROOMS. 2 baths, laundry, yard. etc.. $35. I
DEMPSTER, 36 Glen Tar* aye.. off 12th st.
TWENTY-SIXTH. 4116— Whole or part of |
house, 7 rooms; modern; yard. j
FOR rent cheap to responsible parties—
furnished hfiupe; 9 room* and bath and lovely
Karden: call between hours of 1 and ?. o'clock: ,
rofer^nces required. JOE E. ENRIGHT, 19 |
EnFt San Fernando «t.. fan Jose. Cat,
FURNISHED HOUSES. -. V
SUNNY corner flat. 4 rooms, furnished for I
housekeeping: cheap rent to responsible ten- !
ant. Apply MADISON & BURKE. 626 Mar-
ket st.
COTTAGES TO LET.
COTTAGE. 1313 Baker: 5 rooms: stable. S :
stalls. Apply MADISON & BURKE. j
ELLIS, 1705. nr. Steiner— Nicely renovated 6
rooms; bath: modern; water free, $17.
NEW 4. b and 7 r.: $10. $13 and $20; or will sell.
$:■> to $I.*<J cash; bal. same as rent, 646
i Market st.
$7. $8 and $'.< cottages. 3 and 4 rooms; good or-
der. Apply >4 ! l Bryant, or Umbsen & Co.. 14
Montgomery st.
CHERRY. 109 — Nice sunny cottage, furnished '
or unfurnished; 7 rooms, bath, basement and
garden. Apply 120 Golden Gate aye.. marble '
shop.
SUNNY cottape. 7 rooms and bath: 1 block
from park: all modern improvements; marina
view. 2517 McAllister st.
FLATS TO LET. .
» J^_,- IJ^^. ,-,„,- r ■ j-l/-^^^^.
123 — MODERN, sunny flat: electricity; open I
plumbing, furnace; 7 rooms. 15 Belvedere St.,
or apply SO3 Butter St.. room 43.
CHERRY, 111— Flat, 3 rooms, bath; basement;
back garden; $12. Apply 120 Golden Gate aye.
FLATS of 4 and 5 rooms on sunny side of
Clementina st., bet. First and Second. Keys
at 70 Clementina st.
EIGHTEENTH. 4555 A. near Hattie — Sunny
flats, 4 and 9 rooms and bath, $10 and $13.
ELEGANT corner flat, . 6 rooms and bath;
modem Improvements. 730 Devlsadero st.,
corner Fulton.
1725 GREEN, near Octavia, 7 rooms and bath;
large yard and basement.
TWO sunny flats, fi and 7 rooms: 3 furnished
r M»ma; alnfle; en su!t->. UM Hai«ht. cor. Lyon.
LOWER fluf of 4 sunny rooms, 172 Hawthorne
Bt-. nenr Harrison.
UPPER sunny corner flat. 7 rooms; rent low.
a«e st.
4 ANI> (•room flats: some with pardens: sun-
ny: attractive view, on Twelfth st. and
Glen Park aye.: Jl2. $!3. $14. $1S an<'
DEMPSTER, 36 Glen Park aye. off Twelfth
POUR rooma and tuth. 223 laurel aye., bet.
Turk :ir. ! Eddy, off Van Ness aye.; rent
rr.h.
NEW upper modern 9-room flat; bath; only
S2O ."0. l?.i'< I. yon, near Fulton.
NEW modern flat: Just completed: latest Im- I
provements. S2S Lombard St., cor. Jones.
ALL OVER TOWN |
You see flats to rent by BALDWIN &
HOWELL. 10 Montgomery st.
A J2S nice cottages and flats on Geary St.. nr.
Polk. SPECK CO., 602 Market st.
FINE, (funny flat, 5 rooms and bath. 2134
O'Farrell st.
663 PINE St.— 3 flats of 3, 4 and 6 rooms; bath:
nice location. ->v: '
FLAT of 7 rooms and bnth, $17.
Flat of 4 rooms and bath. $10.
Flat of 3 furnished rooms. $8.
Key at 4499 Seventeenth st.
TWENTY-THIRD. 3723— Pleasant flat In good '
condition; 5 rooms and bath.
$I^— FLAT. 4 rooms: bnth. 129 Ash St.. bet.
Van Ness, Polk. McAllister and Fulton.
MONEY loaned on watches, diamonds. Jew-
elry; low Interest. Uncle Harris, 15 Grant ay.
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS.
BARTLETT. 414. near Twenty-flth— Flat. S
rooms, sink room and bath: all sunny: nicely i
furnished; .hot water supplied: rent $15.
BRANNAN, 422 — Two large sunny rooms to let;
rent M per month.
CAPP, 614—2 sunny rooms; furnished for house-
kepjMnir; also single rooms.
EDDY. 427 — Two or three rooms furnished
complete for housekeeping: large yard.
El. I.I?. 618 — sunny front rooms furnished for |
housekeeping: private family: rent moderate, i
FIRST. 2S— 3 r.l. » front rooms, completely fur-
nished for housekeeping. $12.
FOLSOM, 10S6U — Nice front room; sunny bay-
windows: $7 per month; back parlor suit-
able for light housekeeping. $7.
GOLDEN GATE AYE.. 404—3 sunny front
rooms: complete housekeeping; $23; also un-
furnished rooms.
; GOLDEN GATE, 730— Large sunny room;
housekeeping or board; prate or stove.
GROVE. 202, cor. Van Ness aye.— Sunny unfur-
nished 3-room suites; with gas stove.
HARRIETT, IS — 2 sunny furnished housekeep-
ing rooms; J3.
HARRISON, Furnished rooms for house-
keeping.
HOWARD. 821 Housekeeping rooms: single, $7
I and IS per month; suites. $12: other rooms.
i HOWARD, 504— Nicely furnished sunny house-
keeping room; gas and bath; cheap.
i JESSIE, Housekeeping rooms, furnished
] or unfurnished; single and double rooms.
' MISSION 947 — Two large front rooms and
kitchen: also others, cheap.
MINNA. 459— Large front room nicely fur-
nlshed: light housekeeping.
MISSION, 561. near Second— B sonny rooms:
furnished complete for Mbusekeeplng; also' 2
" sunny back rooms.
MISSION, 1219 — Furnished housekeeping rooms.
O'FARRELL. — One to five unfurnished
rooms and bathroom; reasonable. ; ; -;
POLK. 1K43. corner Clay— large, nicely fur-
nished front rooms: housekeeping: $13.
POWELL. 503. near Sutter— Sunny parlor floor,
light housekeeping.
HITCH, 20. near Folsom— 2 nice front rooms
with grate; suitable for man and wife or 2
gentlemen.
RITCH, 21—2 sunny housekeeping rooms; $3
month: 3 rooms, furnished, $S month.
SEVENTH. 553—2 furnished housekeeping
rooms; $6.
SIXTH. 119 A— S or 4 sunny rooms, furnished
complete for housekeeping.
STANLEY Place, 19— $10, 6 nice sunny rooms,
Including bath: also $7 80, 4 good rooms.
TEIIAMA, 717-Nic* runny room for house-
keeping, with stove. $4. .
TENTH, 124— Sunny rooms; kitchen; gas stove;
parlor: reasonable.
TWENTY-FOURTH. 3404, near Valencia— Two
sunny front rooms furnished for housekeep-
ing; $10.
VALENCIA. 1139. near Twenty-third— 2 well
furnished housekeeping rooms: sunny; bath;
sink: rent 111. . ;__
VAN NESS AYE.. 817. cor. Ellis st.— Sunny
- front housekeeping, $1*: also unfurnished.
WEBSTER, 711—2 or 3 large sunny rooms; fur-
' nished or unfurnished; rent cheap. '-..'•
MONET loaned on watches, diamonds. Jew-
elry; low Interest. Uncle Harris. 15 Grant ay.
ROOMS TO LET.
BUSH. 614— Nice sunny single furnished room:
$8.
BUSH. 2528—2 sunny front rooms, furnished for
light housekeeping; no children.
CALIFORNIA, 1520— Pleasant parlor, suitable
for two people. .
EDDY. 309— Nicely furnished sunny rooms;
private family: rent reasonable.
SHERMAN Apartment House., 28 Eighth St.,
near Market; furnished and unfurnished.
ELLIS. 618— Sunny front rooms, en suit* or
single, with board, $20.
FIFTH, 107— Pleasant sunny unfurnished rooms
to let.
FIFTH, 314— 57 week; large, sunny furnished
room; closet; bath; private., '".;'■
AUSTRIA HOUSE, 246 Fourth— Sunny front
rooms, single, double and housekeeping.
GEA-tIY. 402 — Sunny furnished rooms for gents;
$6 and $7.
GEARY, 518— Elegant sunny housekeeping
rooms, complete; also double, single; rea-
sonable. .
GOLDEN GATE aye., 1050—1 or 2 well-fur-
nished sunny rooms, with kitchen, for light
housekeeping, with gas cookstove and free
use of telephone. .
HOWARD. Tl4— Large, sunny front parlor; also
single room*; rent reasonable.
ROOMS TO LET— Continued.
.
HOWARD. V.T., St. Davids— lo9 rooms; suiter;
single; sunny reading-room; 25c up.
JESSIE, H'l — Rear of Mint; a neat, sunny room
f. r une or two; % and IS.
ARLINGTON House. 127 Kearny st.— Pleasant
sunny rooms, en suite and single; first-class
in every respect ; terms reasonable.
LARK IN. 2214— Large sunny bay-windaw
room: furnished; grate; one or two gentle-
men: references required.
MARTHA place, t, south of Geary, above Ma-
i son— Large sunny ruom for lor 2; terms rea-
I sonable.
; MCALLISTER. 14— Fine large studios, class-
rooms, offices. $S per month up; suites, $14.
i MINNA, 2S— Furnished rooms to let, 73c and Jl
per week.
HANCOCK HOUSE. 7SI Mission: select family
rooming house; Jl 50 to $6 per week.
MISSION/, 1310— Sonny front alcove room for
two.
MISSION, 1775. near Fourteenth— 4 unfurnished
■■ s; bath and stationary tubs.
i NINTH, 13(i'* — One large room; also one small,
, snmny room.
, —
i'i'TAVIA. £21—3 sunny unfrunished rooms; en-
tire upper flat; rent reasonable.
O' FARRELL. 41S— 2 unfurnished rooms: $8 per
month.
POLK, 2703—5 partly furnished rooms. $7.
I POST. 2406— Sunny furnished room In private
i family: use of kitchen, or board of desired;
(heap to desirable party.
POWELL, 123— Good furnished suite of rooms
to rent by the day, week or month.
■ POWELL, 233— New house; newly furnished;
fults and single; also office rooms.
K'.-s. i:t Single furnished room, $4 month,
Jl w«>ek; closet; gentleman.
I OHANP SOTTHERN. SE. cor. Seventh and
Mission— Pleasant sunny rooms, en suite and
single; elevator; moderate rates: families.
SEVENTH. 142— Furnished suites and single
rooms at lowest rates. MRS. PRAHL. prop.
| SIXTH. IS«— Large sunny nicely furnished
bay-window room; grate; $3.
j STOCKTON. 17. European— Elegant rooms:
I I suite or single: day, week or month; baths;
| I hot and cold water; transient; elevator.
STMNER. 2V., near Howard and Eighth—
Sunny front room; private family; no other
roomers.
SITTER. 514— Nicely fumlihed sunny front
suite: bay-window; first floor.
TENTH, 111, near Turk-Large sunny front
• •;.
TENTH. 120-Sunny bedroom with closet and
gas: $5.
TI'RK, 543— Nice sunny room; running water,
grate, *as and bath; JIO.
TWELFTH, D":>— 2 large sunny furnished rooms,
single arxl double, for gentlemen. $5 and $7.
lINGTON, 502— Why pay carfare and use
extra fuel? 3 sunny housekeeping rooms, JS;
also 2 for $6.
WILLIAM. Mff, off Geary, bet Taylor and
Jonas -Sunny Cvi i m.
FURNISHED alcove rooms, large or small,
for iady. gentleman or couple; central loca-
tion; home comforts. Address b>x MO, Call.
Fl'.i 'NT and back parlor in a private family;
located In central part of the city: cars pass
door: rent JlO per mo. Address box 541, this
office.
MONEY loaned on watches, diamonds. Jew-
elry; low interest. Uncle Harris. 15 Grant ay.
600 B1 irds printad $1; 25 visiting
cards. 25c. HILL. 724 v» Market st.
615 LARK IN ST.— Branch office of The Call.
Suhncrlptions and want ads taken.
UOARDI.\G AM) ROOMS
WIDOW would like an elderly gentleman to
board: terms reasonable. Address L. L..
2526 Mission St.
LADY having an elegant home in a very se-
lect neighborhood desires to accommodate a
few fain lies: superior board: rooms large
and sunny; references. Address box 55 .Ca11.
EDDY, — Sunny front single and double
rooms; first-class board, $3 60.
FELL, 24— Sunny furnished rooms: board op-
tional; parlor for 2 with board, $35.
FOLSOM. 511— Swedish private boarding, with :
room. $4 to $.*> per week: nice location.
HOTEL SALISBURY; beautiful grounds; ta- j
ble unsurpassed. 299 Hyd«. cor. Eddy.
SOS van NESS —Newly furnished sunny !
rooms: good board; terms moderate.
CHILDREN BOARDED.
AMERICAN lady living In one of the healthi-
est locations in Pan Rafael will take chil- '
dren of good family to board; best of care i
and training. Address W. A. V., box 652,
San Rafael.
WANTED— ChiId to board: best of care; terms i
reasonable. 1034 McAllister.
YOUNG woman wishes full charge of Infant: '
references. 2805 Sixteenth st. .
STORES TO LET.
TO LET— Stores and lodging houses of the I
Lincoln School property, southeast corner
Market and Fifth sts. A. J. RICH & CO., j
Real Estate Agents. 112 Montgomery st.
STORE— Waller, near Schrader; suitable for
dressmaking, bakery, tailor, etc.; near park.
Inquire at 669 Schrader.
STORE and rooms for grocery or bakery; fix-
tures. Corner Page and Laguna sts.
TO let— Shop and stable. 3241 M: Sixteenth st.,
near Dolores.
STORE and 6 rooms; suitable for butcher
shop or fruit store; cheap. Cor. Twenty-
seventh nnd Alabama.
OFFICES TO LET.
SUTTER, 717, near Taylor— For office and resi-
dence; S rooms; very choice; investigate.
2 BAY-WINDOW suites, 2, S rooms, nicely fur-
nished: suitable offices; reasonable. 321 Fills.
218 SANSOME St., now occupied by W; Loaiza
& Co. ASHTON, 411 Montgomery st.
FOH~SALE— MISCELLANEOUS^
ALASKA— Gasoline launch: 33 feet long: Just
the boat for Yukon River. S. FORBES, 215
Bush st.
ST. BERNARD and black French poodle pups.
Danes, fox terriers, foxhound bitches; clos-
ing out kennels. 405 Frederick st.
LADIES* solitaire diamond pin; price $30;
worth $60. UNCLE HARRIS, 15 Grant aye.
FRESH milch cow and/calf; also 2-wheeled
cart. 935 Elizabeth st.
FINE saloon front, embossed stained glass,
nickel plate, very cheap. 1166 Mission, st.
FOR BALE— 2-horse express business; cheap.
428 Church St., near Seventeenth.
FINE large bearskin for sale cheap. 443 Guer-
rero st.
TYPEWRITER; latest Improved; used very lit-
tle. Box 556, Call office.
FOR SALE— on Bonanza Creek, near
Dawson; rare opportunity for a fortune.
Room 6. seventh floor. Mills building.
THOROUGHBRED Newfoundland pup, female,
$6. 1613 Twelfth avenue, Oakland.
Al PEDIGREE Irish setters: hard-time prices.
Glenmore Kennels, 2041 Linden St., Oakland.
FOR SALE — One 2000-egg Incubator: perfect
hatcher. Address FRANK ADDLEMIRE,
Tracy, Cal. ■
GAS stoves for heating, one-half price; 1 and
2 bowl barber washstands, cheap. HI'F-
SCHMIDT, 523 OoMen Gate live.
STREET roller.. 2:tx2 feet, as -good as new.
cost $60: will sell for $30. 11l Van Ness aye.,
SOME new and second-hand Sterling wheels;
bargains. NICHOLS & CO., 404 Battery st.
SAFES— Bargains In new and second-hand; all
size*: half original cost. 109-111 Market, S. F. I
GRAPHOPHONER. FlO: Records, $3 per do*.;
i Projectoscope, $100. Baclgalupi, 933-946 Mrkt.
BOILERS, engines. 2d hand machinery. Mc-
INTOSH & WOLPMAN. 137 Beale st.
J. R. POOL, house-mover, dealer second-hana
building material. 1122-36 Mission st.
COFFEE mill, scale, hand-truck, letter-press,
desk and safe cheap. 102 Clay st.
BARS, back bars, mirrors, showcases, coun-
ters, linoleum, office furniture, store and
office furniture and fixtures: new and sec-
ond-band. J. NOONAN. 1017-1019-1021-1023
Mission st.,. above Sixth.
BARS, showcases, counters, shelving, etc..
bought and sold. 1063 Mission, near Seventh.
FOR SALE— Cheap; second-hand fireproof safe,
at 42 Main st. . ■..-„;
SECOND-HAND, dynamos, gasoline and steam
engines, boilers, pulleys, *ha?tinsr. laundry
machinery, etc. SMITH CO.. 527 Mission at.
ATTORNEYS AT LAV. "
ADVICE free: divorce law a specialty; private;
no fee without success; collections. G. W.
HOWE, atty at law. 850 Market, cor. Stocktn.
ADVICE free— Private law matters; moderate
fees. ATTORNEY McCABE, . 103 Larkin st.
ADVICE free; no charge unless successful.
W. W. DAVIDSON. 027 Market st.
■ PHYSIC LANS.
DR. C. C. O'DONNELL. office and residence,
1208 Market: diseases of women a specialty.
DENTISTS.
L. A. TEAOI'E. A. Cane and F. Teague. re-
moved to Call building, fith floor, mis. ' ■ 7
FULL pet of teeth, $5; painless extraction: s.-e
out combination plate, thin as paper; war-
ranted 10 years; teeth without plates; crown
and bridge work our specialty; teeth Im-
planted or transplanted; fillings r.Oo, crowns
It B0; all work painless and warranted.
Chicago Dental Parlors, 24 Sixth st.
AN" VROOM electro-dental parlors: painless
dentistry; n,i s>hock; painless extraction a
positive fact: full set of teeth. $5 up; silver
fillings. 20c up: gold crowns, $3 60 up: yuir
teeth put In without a plate: open evenings.
907 Market st.. cor. Sixth; 'Phone Jes?ie 896.
CTDLTJW }\\: rket. nr. 11th: no
charge for extracting when plates are made;
old plates made over like new: teeth from $S
per set; extracting ."'ie: gas given.
DR. GEORGE W. LEEK, genuine Leek dent-
ist, discoverer of rainless extraction and
patentee of Improvi .1 bridge work or teeth
without plate, moved from 6 to 20 O' Farrell.
NEW York dentist?— Plntr? $.i up; silver fill-
Ings. 2oc up: gold fillings. 7"c up; plates
mended. $1 up: painlpps extraction. 50c: all
work wnrranted. 989 Mission. SE. cor. Sth.
*S— FX'LL «et of teeth: ko: kept In
repair; extracting free: filling?. 50c; crowns.
$3 50. Paciilc Dental Parlors, 18 Third st.
W. C. HARDING. M. D.. 600 Sutter St.. cor.
: : tfl. Main 5575; painless extraction.
ALL work reasonable and warranted. DR. 3.
W. KEY, IS2O Market st.
SFT or teeth without a plate. DR. H. C.
TOXTNG, 1841 Polk Ft.
COI.TON D»ritft] Association. SO6 Market st.
DR. CHARLES W. DECKER.
C 27 MONTGOMERY, cor. Clay— Open until 9:30
o'clock: branch office of The Call. Subscrip-
tions and want nJ* taken.
TO LEASE.
OLD Y. M. C. A. building, 232 Sutter St.. to
rent for long term of lease. Apply to H. J.
M'COY. Mason nnil ElMs s>ta
MARRIAGE LICENSES
R. J. N/olan and Florence 'Fltzmaurlce, 40-87.
Michael Lynch and Mary Murray. 60 — 88.
M. T. Maloney nnd Maggie M. Quill. 2S— 2O.
M. A. Brown and Hel^n R. Hopkins, 37—23.
i" J. Ptemlok an.l Minnie C. Cotter. 2S-24
"William Friedman and Cecelia Isaacs. 46—45.
"BIRTHS-MARRIAGES-DEATHr
Birth, marriage and df-ath notices sent by
mall will not be Inserted. They must b»
handed In at either of the publication offices
and be Indorsed with the name and residence
of persons authorized to have the same pub-
lished.
BORN.
ASHTON— Near Callrtoga, January S, 1595, to
th<« wife of Frank Ashton, a daughter.
P.YHNE— Tn this city, January 9. IS9B, to the
wife of Matthew Byrne, a daughter.
BTTitNESS— In thin city, December 26, IS9T, to
the wife of R. D. Burners, a daughter.
CROSETT— In this city, January 15, 1898, to the
wife .if J. H. Crosett, a son.
rOOARTT— In this city January 1"». I 1.:*,I 1 .:*, to
•ho wife of John J. Fogarty, a daughter.
HERGET— In th!s city. January 10, 1808, to the
■ of fins Ht-rget. tw!n daughters.
HERMLE In Lincoln, January 5,. 1898, to the
wife of Theo Hermle, a daughter.
HITCHINSON— In Auburn. January 10, IS9B.
•he wife of E. A. Hutehinson, a son.
KOENITZER— January i the wife of
Otto Koenltzer, a daughter.
LOPEZ— In this city. January X IS9B, to the
wiic of Frank Lopes, a daughter.
McKEXZIE— In Martinez, January 12, 1898, to
thr wife of A. B. McKenzle. h son.
MKI'HAM- In thi? city. January 4, IS3R, to the
wife of jr. HRrry Mepharn. a daughter.
MINDERMAX— In this city. January 5, 1898,
to the wife of 11. Minderman, a daughter.
MEYERS— In Alameda. January 13, 1898, to
the wife of Henry H. Meyers, a daughter.
PETERSEN-In St Helena, January 11, IS3S,
to the wife of M. J. Petersen, a daughter.
SEABURY— January 1, 1898, to the wife of
Thomas H. Seabury. a daughter.
STREETER— In Alameda. January 13. 189S, to
the wife of Frank W - son.
TEAGUE— In Salinas City, January 13. IS9B, to
the wife of J. E. Tcague, a son.
MARRIED.
DOWNFP— MEYERDERKS— In this city. Janu-
ary 12. ISM, by the Rev. E. A.Woods. D.D., Al-
bert W. Dowses and Etta L. Meyerderks,
b..th of fan Francisco.
DUNSTON— HAX.LIKER— In Auburn. January
". by J. H. WUHa, J. I.. Frank Dun-
ston and Lena HalHker.
HARRIS— ROCK— In Oakland. Cal.. January
■ . at the home of the bride, by tho
Rev. I. 8. riiapman, Isadoro Harris of San
Francisco and Maude H. Rock.
LEVIN— BLOCH— In this city. January 9. IS9S,
by the Rev H. Ranpanlnnn. Morris Levin and
Paulina BlOCh, both Of S:m Frai:
POND— HALL— In th's city, January 12. lSrn, at
St. Stephen's Church, by the Rev. E. J.
Lion, Edwin Percy Pond and Hattie May
Hall.
ROTH— THATCHER— In Spokane, Wash. No-
vember 7. IS!<7. by the lli>v. P. Cool, Frank
L. Roth and Maude M. Thatcher.
DIED.
Hello, Vinrent I Leary, Catherine
Bloomlngdale, Sarah McDevltt, Philip
Boylan, Margaret Mullen. Mr?. Elizabeth
Burtin. Misa L. Oswald, .!• hn
I.lias •-. Violet L.
Chamberlin. J. B. Podd, Frsnk W.
Clark, Laura B. Parker, Henry E.
Q >:. Bernard Reed, William
Harris, Henry Shafter, Harriet A.
Heron, Cornelius F. Shaw. Mr?. M. J.
Hepburn, John W, . Treder, oiga A.
Jackson. Mrs. S. M. A. Travis. Nellie
Jacobs, Jacob ; Ver Mehr, Antoinette
Jonea, Belle Wall, Thomas H.
Lank, Lorinda D. I Yates. Kate
BELLO— In this city, January 14. 1898, Vin-
cent, dearly beloved husband of Sabina Rello.
and father of Joseph. Vincent, Gussie. Helen,
Annie and George Bello. a native of Italy,
aged 69 years and 3 months.
[T7"Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral this day
(Sunday), at 2 o'clock." from the parlors of
H. F. Suhr & Co., 1209 Mission street, near
Eighth. Interment Mount Calvary Cemetery.
BLOOMINGDALE-In this city, January 14,
IS9S, Sarah, relict of the late E. Blooming-dale,
beloved mother of Mrs. G. H. Selig, Victoria,
B. C Mrs. G. A. Kline anrt Freada, Bertha
and Josle Bloomlngdale, and sister of Mrs.
B. Lehman, a native of Germany, aged 63
years and 14 days.
ICTFriends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral this day
(Sunday), at 2 o'clock, fmm her late resi-
dence, 1515 Gough ftreet. Interment Home of
Peace Cemetery, by special train from Third
and Townsend streets at 2:30 o'clock.
BOYLAN— In ths city. January 14, IS9B. Mar-
garet, relict of Bernard Boylan, and beloved
mother Of Bernard, James. Maßfrie, Mary,
Julia and the late Matthew Boylan, a na-
tive of County Clare, Ireland, acred 60 years.
(CT'Frlends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Monday), at 9:30 o'clock, from her late resi-
dence, x Auburn street, off Jackson, be-
tween Mason and Taylor, thence to St. Fran-
cis Church, where a solemn requiem mass
will be celebrated for the repose of her boul.
commencing at 10 o'clock. Interment Mount
Calvary Cerretey.
BI'RTIN— In this city. January 15, IS9?. Miss
L. Burtin, a native of England, aged 68
years.
CHAMBERLIN— In Auburn, January 10, 1898,
J. B. Chamberlin. a native of New York,
aged 67 years 2 months and 6 days.
CLARK— In this city. January 13, 1898, Laura
15.. beloved daughter of Sarah Clark of
Chlco, a native of Missouri, aged 37 years.
COHN— In this city. January 13, IS9S, Elias.
beloved husband of Susie Cohn. and father of
Mrs. Henry Jnckson and Max. Leo. Celia,
Herman and Nathan Cohn, a native of Exln,
Prussia, aged 63 years.
(CT'Friends are respectfully invited to at-
tend the funeral services this day (Sun-
day), at 10 o'clock, at his late residence. 419
Van Ne?s nvenue. Interment Hills of Eter-
nity Cemetery, by 11:30 o'clock train from
Third and Townsend streets.
A. O. U. W.— To the officers and members of
Valley Lodge No. 30. A. O. U. W. : You are
kindly Ir.v!te3 to attend the funeral of our
late brother, E. Cohn. I. W. By order
JOHK F. CLOVER. M. W.
THOMAS H. LORD. Recorder.
GOST— In this city, January 14. IS9B, Bernard,
beloved husband of Rosalie Gost, and step-
father of Mrs. O. A. Lutren, Mrs. J. Seiwerd
and F. Roux, late Of Co! ma. a native of
Caen. France, aged SS years and 4 months.
(TXFriends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral this day
(Sunday), at 10 o'clock, from the residence
of his son, F. Roux, 1003 Montgomery ave-
nue. Interment Cypress Lawn Cemetery.
HARRIS— Henry, beloved son of Mr. and Mrs.
M. G. Harris, and brother of Mrs. Hertz-
berg and Samuel. Louis, Minnie and Ben
Harris, a native of San Francisco, aged 34
years.
iTTFrlends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral this day
(Sunday) from his late residence, 1210 Bu-
chanan street. Interment Salem Cemetery,
San Mateo County, by train at Third and
Townsend streets at 11:30 o'clock. Services
will be held in the house at 10 o'clock.
HEPBTjRN— In this city. January 15. 189$.
John v. Hepburn of Chicago, a native of
Canada, aXed 46 years 11 months and 10
days. (Chicago papers please copy.)
|C7"The remains will be sent to Chicago for
interment.
HERON— In this city. January 15. IS3B. Cor-
nelius Francis, dearly beloved son of Michael
and Nellie Heron, a native of San Fran-
cisco, aged 3 years and 6 months.
m?" Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to atfnd the funeral this day
(Sunday), at 1 o'clock, from the residence of
the parents. 316 Golden Gate avenue. Inter-
ment Holy Cross Cemetery.
JACKSON— Li this city, January 13, IS9B, Mrs.
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