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"i"-i r -»O PARTNER WANTED-RESTAURANT
<. iVV'i and coffee saloon; owner first-class cook;
wants good reliable partner to lake charge cash
counter and look after nelp In dining-room^ : is a
regular bonanza; very large business; clears $25 to
$ .. per week; elegantly fitted up; right in business
center: cheap rent, with rooms; iust the place for
man and wife, or some reliable "party: full investi-
gation and trial: is actually worth $600; must
boil; needs help; do not tall to see this. GEO
STEWART. 135 Kearny st It
C; '>()() PARTNER ANTED TO-DAY IN A
t, _V»l'. first-class manufacturing business doing
large trade; rapidly srowlng; has stock, both raw
and manufactured, on hand and regular trade;
clears $150 per month, with prospect for large in-
crease: must be willing to work In store and assist
generally; need not understand the business: is
easily learned; has many large orders ou hand- best
«f reference. Apply to GEO. STEWART, l:(5
Kenriiy st it
Q 9 ,^ft BUTCHERS. ATTENTION ! FIRST-
. _t "'. class shop, stock, team and trade; *20 to
$50 per day; 3 living rooms: rent only $18: cen-
trally located: best market in the city: is worth
*T.">o: must sell at once: come and Investigate and
make an oiler; no such shop for the money iv the
S:ate. UEO STEWART. 136 Kearny st. It
< 7 II ( ) WOOD. COAL, HAY AND GRAIN; 3
ljl ll'V>. horses and 3 wagons: safe and once fur-
nitiire; fine business location. 1305 Valencia. 13 7*
BAKERY AND NOTION-STORE: LAUNDRY AT-
tavlied. Apply 163 Eleventh st myl3 7t»
V i \')\ POSITIVE BARGAIN: SALOON AND
«4, VI— O. lodging-house; 6 furnished rooms;
splendid location. Apply 205 Sixth st. lny!3 0t» '
.-' ODD OPENING FOR A FIRST-CLASS BLACK-
VI south, horse-shoer and sharpener or tools and
pencral jobbing, Inquire at OWEN McMAHON'.s,
Mission road, opposite Holy Cross Cemetery. 13 5t
<tt9ft)|ft WANTED— A MAN ITU $2000 TO
H. -ii"U take one-half interest In an enterprise
and go East: $20,000 will be made within 4 months;
sure, Legitimate, honorable business: the most care-
ful investigation solicited. Address TUOS. CLARK,
127 Turk st. my 13 4t«
PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY AND VIEWING BUS-
-1 mess for sale: good reasons for selling. Address
l;. M., Box JLI4, Call Branch Office, myl3 3t*
SALOON; 609 DAVIS ST. APPLY ON PBJKM-
ises. my 13 31*
/ " OOD SMALL SALOON; CHEAP. 526 THIRD
VJ street. my IB St*
CMAXX. CHOP-HOUSE AND BAKERY, SUIT-
-0 able ror n.au and wife, lor sale cheap. Apply
Call Branch onice. my 13 3t»
GOOD RESTAURANT FOR SALE, ON ACCOUNT
VJ or sickness. 318 Third st. myl3
C*OR SALE— MUST BE SOLD; $150: FIXTURES
i of branch bakery and confectionery and furni-
ture of 2 rooms and basement: for bale cheap. Ap-
fiy 519 Post st. my 13 3t
JOR SALE— GROCERY AND BAR AT ISO V*
Tehama st., bet. Fifth and Sixth, with 3 nice liv-
lng rooms. myl.l M'
I ■ AND STATIONERY STOKE.7I7V" Huff.
V ard St., near Third, with good living rooms, for
sale cheap; must be.sold Immediately, my 13 7t*
Q 1 T\(\ PARTNER WANTED IN OLD-ESTAI!-
-<S>±O\J. llshed cash business, clearing $85 per
in. nth to each; lull Investigation allowed. 30
Kearny St.. Room C. It*
CM^ft FINE CORNER CIGAR -STORE AND
<*'««• laundry-office, clearing $75 per month.
30 Kearny st. Room 6. lt»
>< I n(J BRANCH BAKERY AND VARIETY-
Sv- store: line trade; 3 nice living rooms.
JO Kearny st. Room 6. it»
«:4n() PARr-NER WANTED IN GROCERY
V, WV. and bar; splendid location; doing good
business; thorough investigation allowed. 30
Ke.-irny St.. Room 6. It*
ftHnO PABTNKK WANTED IN MEAT MAR-
i". , uyJ ' . ct J business paying $15 to $20 pel lay,
»bO on Saturday; has horse and cart: this is a tine
thing for the right man. 30 Kearny St.. Room 6. 1*
rro SELL OUT YOUR BUSINESS PROMPTLY
J- for cash goto I. D. BARNARD. 1148 Market st,
Det Mason and Taylor; established 1859. It*
<fcrnA CHOP-HOUSE AND RESTAURANT:
«I»UUU. one of the finest places ever offered for
the money: a live paying trade; sold only on ac-
count of departure. 1. D. BERNARD. 1148 Market
St., bet. Mason and Taylor. It*
fit K. A A FINELY FITTED UP SALOON,
<£> ~"J\J. with 3 living-rooms, on prominent busi-
ness street; a good chance for man and wife or 2
men to get into a good paying business. LINDEN,
3M Kearny st It*
Ay ANTED— BUYER FOR A SMALL RESTAU-
'• rant N. of Market St.; everything about the
place Is first class; business is paying; actual cost
about $500: must be sold; call ai»J make au oiler.
LINDEN, 33» Kearny st. It*
Clnfl PARTNER WANTED TO ATTEND TO
tlT'luV. collections and look after hired help in
an established business: clearing about $20 a week
to each. SIIOAFF A- ROSS, 873 Market st It
Ci9ft/)ft FINE CORNER GROCERY; NORTH
«r_UHU. of Market; full value in sight; doing a
Rood business: will exchange for real estate
BHOAFFd ROSS. 873 Market "st. It
EX-PBESB 11USINESS-IFSOLD TO-DAY SHALL
-L< accept first reasonable offer: steady and good
paying work. FURLONG, 1221 Market St. 13 31*
&>} DOWN AND 80 CENTS PER SHARE PER
O — month will purchase shares In the Republic
barings, Ut;iiiiins and Loan Association; $16 per
month will pay o:t a loan or $1000; call or send for
prospectus: open daily and evenings until 9 o'clock.
624 Market st. Mr 30 tf
Q99?.ft PAPER ROUTE FOB SALE; (LEAKS
<- — — O\J. $105 per month: $1000 of above
amon: t can remain and be paid out of the profits of
the route; is upon one of our most prominent
morning papers: only requires 21. hours' attention
each morning; is in the center of the business por-
tion of the city ; any tine can run this: you ran have
30 days' trial before you buy: is one of the sarest
Investments ill the city. Apply K. KENNY. 22
Kearny st It
< 1 9^ft PARTNER WANTED To LOOK
'- 1 — 'IV. after the store, etc.. in a sure, first-class
nitiiiufacturlng business: has 500 steady customers
in this city; hardly any opposition: clears $250 per
month arid increasing all the time: sure to be dou-
ble inside of Be J ear: one of present owners Is
leaving the state; he will break you into the busl-
n.ss thoroughly before leaving: a trial of business
allowed; this is genuine and sure tortune for euter-
liri-lng :nan. Apply K. KENNY, 22 Kearny st. It
fli 1 'Jftl ) GROCERY STORE: GSEAT BAR-
V l ''"' • gain; one of very best corners iv the
city: has a gure trade of $1500 to $2000 per month;
handsome store: stock fixtures, horse and 2 wag-
ons sold for above amount; best of reasons for sell-
Ing. Apply K. KENNY. 22 Kearny st. It
Cl^lll) SALOON FOR SALE; DOING A
O 1 cll'l'. trade of $800 per mouth: located near
UoUlen Gate Park and ball grounds, at the terminus
of one of principal cable lines; well fitted up, In-
cluding 7 rooms: sure to clear S'JOO per month:
full proof, K. KEN NY. 22 Kearny st lt_[
ftftft UP.ST-CLASS MILLINERY-STORE,
>^ 1 < i\.r\J. with dressmaking and ladies' furnish-
ing goods; located In one or our most prosperous
interior towns: large trade, which will be proven by
buoks of wholesale houses. Apply K. KENNY. 22
Kearny st. It
Q7 Aft RESTAURANT — SOMETHING SURE;
' V 1 t)\t. tine location In the Western Addition:
sure, steady trade of from $30 to $40 per day; 3
living rooms: the trade connected with this place Is
permanent. Apply K. KENNY, 83 Kearny st. It
«i i(l/| PARTNER WANTED IN A FIRST-
«Ii »"v, class cash business in this City : bas a fine
trade in both city and country, clearing from $250
to $350 per month; established 8 years; large
amount of orders on band; Is in one of the best busi-
ness locations in the city; no night or Sunday work ;
no previous experience required, but must be a
steady man or good common sense; owner Is tired
of hired help. Apply K. KENNY, 22 Kearny st. It
C; ] I Aft EITHER LADY OR GENTLEMAN:
1 IW. clearing $125 per month; first-class
coiner store; books, stationery, candy, Ice-cream
soda and general variety; fine comer In the West-
ern Addition; large traae: the cable-cars pass the
dour; large stock: best of reasons for selling; owner
win remain with buyer until fully posted. Apply
K. KENNY, 22 Kearny St. _lt_
Vli|||| FINE CORNER SALOON NEAR
q| ■""'. Montgomery and Market; is really worth
$1HCO; selling on account of sickness; long lease.
A;.|,ly K. KENNY. 22 Kearny St. It
■jyoTICE— I HAVE SEVERAL BUYERS WII.L-
--l-> Ing to invest In legitimate business. Parties de-
slring to sell apply to W. F. HEALY. 719 Market 1"
QOftft Al CIGAR-SIORE FOR SALE— NEAR
i!r,O\J\J. Market and Third: successfully run for
14 years by one party ; this Is a chance seldom offered
to purchase paying business; satisfactory reason for
selling. Apply W. F. HEALY, 719 Market st It*
CM*./ 11l GP.OCEEY STORE FOR SALE: SOUTH
CuUVJ. or Market: business $12 per day ; living
rooms. Apply liv. F. HEALY, 719 Market st. It*
C'^^ift 'SALOON; CITY FRONT: FINE FIXT-
'» 'Juu. nres; doing business or $10 per day; flue
chance for 2 men. HEALY. 719 Market st. It*
Q 9ft ft BAKERY, CANDY AND COFFEE PAR-
i*?jU\J\J. tors; fine location: suitable for man and
.-living rooms. W. F. HEALY. 719 Market. It*
O9ftftll RESTAURANT; WATER ' FRONT;
O — UUI/. present owner 3 years; net profit
$175 a month; close Investigation and trial offered.
100— French liquor-store, with club-room ; near
Market St.: 5 years' lease; stock alone worth the
money asked,
$650— Saloon, near Kearny and Montgomery sts.;
well-paying. PAUL FREYGANO. 235 Kearny. 12 2*
LINE SALOON FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN,
> with 6 sunny rooms attached; rent cheap. Apply
414' ■, sixth st my 9 71*
VINE GROCERY, BAR AND FIXTURES; GREAT
X bargain account of leaving city. Apply Call
Branch office. my 9 7t»
TO LET— NEW BUTCHER-SHOP; RENT CHEAP.
J- Lott St. and Golden Gate aye. Apply corner
grocery. my» *t»
L'OK BALK— GROCERY AND BAR; 4 ROOMS;
J departure. Apply Cat.), Branch I'll,' myl2 3*
V" 1 " SALE— BARBER-SHOP; 2 CHAIRS; PRICE
J 1 «250. 1737% Market st niyl2 3t«
"L">iK SALE AT A SACRIFICE— BRANCH ISA-
X kery and confectionery; 2 living rooms: neat
place: centrally located: rent $15; price $125. Ad-
Press E. P.. Box 181 m, Branch Office, u-.-.a 3t«
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORE on AO
count or sickness. Inquire on the premises,
938 Seventeenth st, near junction or Market and
Castro. myll
BARGAIN; RENT $15; STOKE AND FOUR
rooms; furniture for sale for $125. Call at 1949
Market st. my 11 M*_
•6 I ~x(l{\ hoB SALE -HALF-INTEREST IN A
«J>i«JUU. fine livery-stable; a good man with
tills amount will get a bargain. Address Livery,
Box 158, Call Branch Office. myll 7t*
"/ • !:"i:EBY AND BAR; ON ACCOUNT OF SICK-
VJ ness. Inquire Call Branch Offlce. myll 71*
GROCERY AND LIQUOR BUSINESS: ON A
leading street In the center of the city; selling
on account or retiring; no reasonable offer refused.
Address O. s.. Box 183, Call Branch <iflice. 11 3t»
ALL KINDS OF PLANTS AND GREEN-HOUSE
for sale cheap on account or removing. ,1.
PAUVILHER'S Nursery, 2411 Bush st myll
<19 ;: \ft PAYING BLACKSMITH- SHOP WITH
Si. , ' '" ' and tools; rent $5. JONAS * CO.,
76» Market st. * InJ ll 3t» '
/ ■ ROCERY AND BAR; 2 LIVING ROOMS; GOOD
lVt xhtr ,'T : , r^" 1 * 12 v " ">onth. 18V% Welch St.,
bet. Third and Fourth, liryant and Branuaii. 1 1 3t»
SOLD IN A LUMP; COMPLETE HOUSEHOLD
furniture of 7 rooms cheap; healthy location-
pear railroad engine-house: rooms are rented and
bring more than rent. 1132 Union. m ii3t«
SALOON AND LODGING-HOUSE: MUST HE
sold at sacrifice. 683 Mission st. niyll 7t-
\\'OOD AND COAL YARD FOR HALE. 600
" Twenty-first st myll 7t»
STEADY EMPLOYMENT AT ' FAIR " WAGES
►J will be given to a man or business qualifications
who can loan his employer $3500; good rate of In-
terest and real estate security. Apply bet. 12 and 1
o clock at 057 Market St.. tea-store. my 10 7t
C'Qftft SALOON; GOOD LOCATION AND
y OUU. i.ays well; receipts per day, $12 to $15.
J_.jii_VAN_VH?iKLE & CO..7H3VS Market. 10 6t*
V" 11 BALE— FIKST-CLASS SALOON. WITH 9
J well-furnished rooms attached. In business part
or city; must sell on account or other business; a
bargain. Apply to C. H. KOEHNCKE, liquor mer-
< I. m:, 641 and &43 Mission st my 10 41* .
O A LOON Hilt SALE ON ACCOUNT OF "SICK*-
O ness. 38 Seventh st. mylO 4t*
• C I U 1(1 VINE SALOON; ALONGSIDE LARGE
«23UUU. factory, with rooms lor man and wife, or
two partners. 430 Fourth st uiyl 14.1*
HUSIXES3 CIIAKCKS-COXTIKiTKP.
QI'JA/1 RESTAURANT AND OYSTER.
«C?IOUU. house doing large business; elegant
fixtures: fine stock; In heart of city: it is a bargain
well worth $3000. M. LESS, 995 Market. It*
9£yftft SALOON, PRINCIPAL STREET,
W 1 — "W. near Market; 11 rooms well furnished-
large stock and Al fixtures: selling 25 to 30 u-tar-
rels beer a week, and 3 kegs lager a day; clearing
from $300 to $400 a month: genuine offer; Investi-
gation Invited and full trial given. M. LESS 995
Market. • l!»
©4011 RESTAURANT WITH 9 ROOMS; GOOD
CIVW. location and splendid business- selling
on account of sickness. M. LESS, 995 Market. It*
QfJCft GROCERY AND BAR. WITH NEW I-
*S:\JO\J. story building; selling 10 to 15 Vz-barrels
beer a week. M. LESS. 995 Market. It*
JRlOOfl PARTNER IN FIRST-CLASS SA-
«ff IUUU. loon; doing large business ; full Inves-
tigation to right man ; a splendid chance to make
money. M. LESS, 995 Market st. It*
Q(||)ft RESTAURANT IN FIRST-CLASS LO-
*H,O\>\J. cation on city front; well fitted up:
doing large business: clearing over $175 a mouth: a
genuine offer. M. LESS, 995 Market st. it*
<<•"">( |() SALOON ON iHE CITY FRONT; DO-
«rp.JU\J. ii. good business; this Is a splendid op-
portunity for any one desiring a good bust ness- In-
vestigation solicited. M. LESS, 996 Market It*
Oft ft GROCEKY AND BAR ON PP.INCIPAL
<„ tJ\J\J. street, ur. Market: large stock and fine
fixtures: big bar trade; clearing $200 a month* a
splendid bargain. M. LESS, 995 Market st. It*
l£|'-M CIGAR-STORE; FINEST AM)" BEST
«TUtJU. location In tils city; bargain this week:
clearing $150. MCLAUGHLIN & CO., 26 Kearny. »
C:99ftft SALOON; GOOD PAYING BUSINESS.
<r^^*J*J. Mclaughlin ,v (■•>.. 26 Kearny. it*
C;(:.^n COFFEE SALOON; BARGAIN THIS
<puoU. day. MCLAUGHLIN *co.. 2o Kearny. 1*
Ci ; '-{ft n SALOON CUV FRONT. • McLAnGH-
i?O\J\J. LIN A CO.. 26 Kearuy si. It*
Q-Crft PARTNER IN SECOND-HAND FUR-
V 4 OU. ulture business; rare opening for active
man. MCLAUGHLIN A- CO.. 26 Kearny st. It*
OkOC/l PORK, SAUSAGE BUSINESS: ESTAB-
• _ -<)". llahed 6 years and only selling on account
of sickness. MCLAUGHLIN A CO., 26 Kearny. It*
C-rLi-LA COFFEE SALOON; BARGAIN THIS
i?' 1"". day. MCLAUGHLIN. 26 Kearuy St. It*
C.O-|| CORNERBRANCB BAKERY, 3 LIVING
i^OOU. rooms. MCLAUGHLIN, 26 Kenrny. »9*
(t-J^ftft HOTEL: SPLENDID PAYING BUSI-
iJ-UUU. ness; sold on account or death or the
owner; this business Is north of Market St.: Is first
class In every respect; always full of permanent
boarders; this is a genuine bargain. For full par-
tlcuiara see MCLAUGHLIN a CO., 26 Kearny. mti if
QOftftft PARTNER WANTED IN A DKAY-
iJOwvv. age and transfer business; good value
in sight; 20 head hordes; trucks, drays, buggies,
wagons, carts, harness, etc.: controlling a good,
solid trade from wholesale houses: sure profit of
$300 a mouth and can be greatiy Increased; duties
light ami pleasant. J. W. DONNELLY A CO., 34
Kearny st. my 13 at*
QJ'^ft EXPRESS BUSINESS — 3 HORSES
«IrnUV'. and wagons, harness, etc. DONNELLY,
34 Kearuy st . my 12 at*
V ~\i ll ) COFFEE AND CHOP HOUSE: SEE IT
V"" 1 '- and make au oner. DONNELLY, 34
Keurny st my! 2 3t*
C||;|l|| EXPRESS BUSINESS: FINE TEAM:
«JfUUU. clearing $150 per month: one house pays
$100 per month: really worth $1000; owner leaving
city. WOOUKUFF, Market st. It*
O9^ft GROCERY AND BAR— MISSION ST. ; 3
'- — OU. rooms: rent $12: owner leaving city.
WOODRUFF & CO., 841 Market st It*
Qi^ft PARTNER WANTED TO-DAY IN A
<tyXU\J. light and pleasant business, easily
learned, with well-known business inaa; controls
well-paying trade that could be largely increased
with the help of some active, industrious man; no
night or Sunday work; no previous experieiics nec-
essary: thislsa rare chance fur some one with small
capital. OLEASON ii CO., 888 i/j Market St. in 13 at*
ffl;9X(l BRANCH BAKERY AND CON 11 C-
— •-'". tlonery; soda-fountain; full stock; fine
fixtures; receipts $15 daily; 4 living rooms, hand-
somely furnished; large range In kitchen; pieasant,
comfortable home. OLKASONA-CO. 865y 3 Market.2*
'PIN AND HARDWARE STORE, WITH GOOD
X shop and tools, for sale. For particulars inquire
at HOLHROOK. MERRILL 4 STETSON'S, city or
HEWITT BROS., Jackson, Auiador County,
Cal. my 4 lit*
/ ORNER SALOON FOR SALE. APPLY .101 l S.
V ■ BOWMAN * CO.. 213 Battery st my 9 9t«
JONG-ESTABLISHED CABPKNTER-SHOP, NX.
J J Market st ; cheap. Address Shop, Box 113. Call
Branch Office. myB 7t*
pIGAU-SIANDFOR SALE. APPLY TO DRINK-
V' HOUSE, corner Sacramento and Battery. ni7 7*
QOXft GROCERY AND BAR, WITH 3 LIVING
i?*)O\J. rooms; rent $16. Apply Call Hraneh
onice. in v 7 7t»
O; 1 ".A(^ GOOD MAN WITH THIS AMOUNT;
<£) 1 OUU. salary $100 per month, to keep time of
men; principal and interest amply secured; good
references must bo given. Particulars at personal
Interview only. Address Manager. Box 42, this of-
Bee. ap'.'o 3w
pESTALKANT FOR SALE. 709 BATTKKY ST
£^ ap3B lm*
Ql9ftft FIRST-CLASS SALOON; CHANCE
C'l— UU. seldom offered. WoLF, JANES A CO.,
418 and 420 Clay st my 9 7t*
C>OXftft AN OLD ESTABLISHED m' AN UFA ("'-
-•L OOUU. turlng business: confectionery and
ice-cream business established for ten years; nicely
fitted up; large stock on hand; all tools for carrying
on the business: shelving and glass ca-es; marble-
top tables, and a very handsome soda fountain; lo-
cated on ,i very pond street 3 doors from Market st ;
rent 480 per month; lays $;i5OO per year. w R.
MATTHEWS A- CO., s'ij Keirny st. my» lot
© I ftftft MILLINERY BUSINESS; DOING
<IP • \J\JV'. pood business; one of best thorougn-
far. <ln city. I; M. lloi lal. (M.i . I'.r.mch. my-'tr
LOIK.IM. HOUSES FOB BALK.
IQI U \ A GREAT SACRIFICE ON ACCOUNT
I tjxjxtm of owner being compelled to co East;
lodging-house of 38 rooms, near Market and Kearuy
sts.. clearing $150 per month: no reasonable otfer
will be refused; the. best bargain In the city to-day.
Apply LINIIKN, 339 Kearny at. It*
1->-P.OOM LODGING-HOUSE: CENTRAL; VERY
— good furniture: rent $J0: price *375. Apply
81 Stevenson St. near Palace Hotel. my 13 3t*
V llillll ONLY ONE-HALF CASH REQUIRED,
«tt<lU\mf. balance remains as a guarantee and
can be paid In easy monthly installments: house of
64 furnished rooms; best location on Market St.;
clears $250 per month.
First-class boarding- house of GO rooms (easy
terms) on Sutt.-r st : clears $400 per month ; full of
best class of people; the furniture is handsome and
will be sold for 50c on the $1- on account or owners
leaving the city.
Lodging-house of 60 rooms, near the Palace
Hotel; best established country transient in the
ci:y; is of undoubted respectability; clears $200
per month.
J'.'OOO— Fine house of 21 rooms, In one of best
locations in the city: easy terms.
$lKOu -House of 38 rooms on Bush st, near Mont-
gomery, clearing $125 per month sure.
$900— Part cash ; handsomely furnished house of
10 rooms and bath: furniture; Is really worth $1500:
fine, respectable location.
I have a line selection of houses for sale on Slitter.
Post, Geary, Ellis, Eddy, Market, Turk and south of
Market sts.: come aud look into them. Apply K.
KENNY, 22 Kearny si. it
r.(\ LODGING-HOUSES FOR SALE; MONEY
O\J loaned at 1 per cent Before purchasing apply
to W. F. HEALY, 719 Market st. it*
Qftnft 13 ROOMS: SUNNY BAY-WINDOW
«2iUUU. bouse, near Third and Mission su.; rent
only $40; bargian. Apply HBALY, 719 Market st. *1
QE.ftft SB-BOOM GOOD LODGING-HOUSE:
<®O\)\J. positively clearing over $100 monthly-
par' cash. McLAL'oHLIN * CO., 26 Kearny. It*
Q')ii|||| HALF CASH; SPLENDIDLY FOB-
iJiJUUU. nished and paying lodging-house;
Market st; 32 rooms and bath. JONAS & CO.,
765 Market St. ' ' mj 12 3t*
9/1 ROOMS; THE -PAYING LITTLE
house In town: centrally located; sickness
cause of selling: see us and make offer. J. W. DON-
NhLLY, 34 Kearny st. in'yl'J St"
Aftft ft DOWN, BALANCE TO SUIT— AI FAM-
C^i'"« ]|y hotel ; only business parties need sp-
ply. 235 Kearny st. my 12 21*
SK I d.S(I LODGING-HOUSE, 23 LARGE SUNNY
*iD I^ZOXJ. finely forntshed rooms, near Market
PAUL FREYGANO, 235 Kearny st. myl2 2t«
SKI 1 Aft A 1 LODGING-HOUSE OF 17 ELE-
-1; 1 x\.'\/. gantly furnished rooms nr. Palace Ho-
tel: low rent. PAUL FREYOANG. 235 K«arny.l2 8*
Of I Jim OB INVOICE— CUR. GROCERY AND
till bar. PAUL FKEYGANG, 2(5 Kearuy
street. ,_ i _» my 12 :tt«
0; I ftftft IH-ROOM LODGING-HOUSE FOR
«J) IUUU. sale by DECKER, 850 Market St. 11 4*
HOTEL IN GOOD COUNTRY 1 OWN FuR SALE
or exchange by DECKER, 850 Market st. 11 4t*
1 (;KOOM HOUSE; THE BEST BARGAIN I
J<J have. H. C. DECKER, H5O Market st. 11 4t*
UAKQAIN— HOUSE OF 8 ROOMS; NEW FLK-
■L> nlture; $350. 113 Third St. my! 2 3t*
pOOD BAKGAIN-983 HOWARD ST.; COU.
VI Sixth; sunny side; 12 rooms; lurulshvd; only
$!*">0; account of leaving city. niyll 3t*
lOD(iING-HOUSE: 12 ROOMS; FURNISH ED;
-I for sale Che 608 Bush St. myll 7t* '
LOR SALE— FINELY FURNISHED HOUSE: 7
f rooms. 319Taylorst. : inyloit"
hjknjxukk itii: walk.
I'OB SALE-2 UEAUTIFQL FAOLOB chaiks.
X' Call at 323 Taylor at. my 13 at*
L URNITURB OF 10-ROOJI HOUSE FOR SALE.
f Apply 527 Post St. Btylg 3t»
I,'URNITUKE OF 10 ROOMS; CHEAP. APPLY
i 920 Market st, upstairs. my la gt»
UAI.SIT BEDSTEAD, BUREAU, SPICING AND
hair mattress cheap. 2136 Markets!. myls 3t*
COUNTRY BUYERS WISHING SECOND-HAND
furniture or carpets, at reduced prices, call
ROSEN i HAL'S, IIU Fourth st. ; satisfaction guaran-
. teed or money refunded ; goods shipped free. ul4r/
} ."'LEG ANT BBOBSKLB CARPETS SEWED ; AND
It laid, 60c per yard. SHIREK, 1234 Stockton. 12 tf
'IE ftft/7 YARDS OF NEW AND SECOND-
i-O.\)V\l hand carpets, from 10 cents to 75 cents
pi yard, at JONES' Auction House, 25 and 27
Eighth tt. . fe23 tt
BED-ROOM SUITS OF 7 PIECES FOR $15.
WILEY BROS.. 931 Mission St. 11 tf
ALL PRICES IN PLAIN FIGURES; ON IN.
stall ineiits. without Interest, you can furuisli
your borne an cheap as tor cash elsewhere at HE <-
El'S Urea luruiture and carpet wart rooms, 18 to
24 Ellis st. 24 tf
A GOOD CHANCE— YOUR HOUSE FURNISHED
complete with furniture, carpets, stoves, cur-
tains, blankets, pictures and mirrors, at cash prices,
on easy Installments; small denoslt M. FRIED-
MAN A io.'S, largest Installment house on the
Coast. 228 and 230 Stockton St.. cor. Post: open
evenings; prompt attention paid to country orders.
Bn.;:ii\ . iUKSITURE CO.-CARPETS AND
fnrnlturo. 1039 aud 1041 Market kt, Kosenti.il
Bnlldiug. au7 tr
« LL MY GOODS ARK DOWN TO BKl>-ROCK
/» prices: parlor sn!t3 $25, ranges $6, new cham-
ber sets complete $15: reductions all round; cash or
mutalimentn. T H. NELSON. 136 Fourth st 3i)tt
... VAi'.yiyrs-
I CARPETS-SMITH'S BRUSSELS. C5O A YARD;
» i Installment price elsewhere $1 a yard. M.
FRIEDMAN A CO.. 228-230 Stockton St., cor. Post
HOXBUKY BRUSSELS CARPETS SEWED, LA II),-
-and lined, 90c per yard. S. W. MIIIIEK. 1234
Stockton at. near Broadway. inr!2tf
9?, ftftft YARDS OF NEW AND SECOND-
4**j.\j\j\j band carpets from 10c to 75c per yard,
at 11. L. JONES' Auction house, 23 and 27 Eighth
St., near Market. -^^ mr 22 tf
/■"LOSING UP ESTATE" BRUSSELS SEWED,
VJlalil.OOc; 2-p1y.25c:011-cloth,l2v»c:ciirUln-poles,
86c: matting, 10c. Newman liKos.. 117 Sixth
i'AJKTKfc.ltSHll' ■ KOTICEB.
rpHE COPARTNERSHIPIIERETOFORE exist-
X Ing between COHOON A FRISCII, doing business
on w. cor. Mission and Steuart sts., has this day
been dissolved by mutual consent, W. O. COHOON
assuming all debts and collecting all outstanding
bills. ■ ■--.-■•-,-. H. H. FKISCH, *
Dated May 6, 1890. [12 3t*J •W. O. COHOON. -
THE MORNING CALL, SAN FRANCISCO, TUESDAY, MAY 13, ISM-EIGHT PAGES.
CITY RKAI, ESTATE.
ft I(\ F.AA LOT fiOxlOO ON ST. O. H.
«jpIU.U*JU. UMBSEN * CO.. 14 Montgomery
street rayll tuTh 3t
<2--_)Q {\C\i\ 3° ST -. NEAR folsom ; IM"-
-jJIOO.UUu. provements renting for $250: lot
50x160 through to rear street; both streets ac-
cepted. G. 11. I7HBBEN & CO., 1* Montgomery
street. my 1 1 SuTul 3t
<3i 1"I flftn PACIFIC HEIGHTS: RESIDENCE
«3)IJ..UUU. lot 65x127:8, on Jackson st near
Fillmore. G. H. UMBSEN & CO., 14 Montgomery
street. myll SuTuTh at
<£'->l P>ft ■* BARGAIN: COTTAGE OK 4 ROOMS
«Jr«J A «->"-"• and stable, etc.; lot 25x137:6; Post St.,
near Scott. G. H. UMBSEN & '<>„ 11 Montgomery
street. myll SuTuTh 31
(C 1 ) ftftft 2-STORY BAY-WINDOW HOUSE
tip ' £t.\J\J\J • of 10 rooms and cottage of 4 rooms;
California St., just 1 block from Kearny; rents $80;
lot 40:8x120. G. 11. CMISSEN A CO., 14 Mont-
gomery^. myl 1 SuTuTh 3t
ft I 7 (Milk 3-STORY AND BASEMENT BAY-
«IP 1 • .UUU. window house In store and flats;
also 2-story rear house cor. Harrison and Mil sis.;
brick foundations, etc.; rents $125; lot 25x85; mast
be sold; make au offer. G. H. UMBSKN a- CO., 14
Montgomery St. myll SuTuTh 3t
.|.- fiflA. 3 BAY-WINnOW HOUSES OF 7
tjp H).UUU. rooms and bath each and lot 50*85,
on Howard st., near btn. G. 11. L'MKSEN A- CO., 11
Montgomery st. myll SuTnTh 3t
Q|7 tlijl CALIFORNIA ST., NEAR 111'
«33 I I .U\i\J. pout; 5-story bay-wludow house of
28 rooms- and 3 baths; brick foundations and all
modern Improvements; lot 29x67 :t>. G. H. UMB-
SEN A- CO., 1 1 Montgomery st, myll SuTuTh st
-.-.|l|W| ZUJI - M.. NEAR BRYANT; IM-
<J iJ\J\J\J. provements of 4 fiats of 4 rooms each;
renting Tor $50 per month; lot 25x75. G. 11. IMC-
sen a CO., 14 Montgomery st. myll SuTuTh :>t
(t99P;ft lot 25x115. ON beaver ST.,
<T— '— O\t. near Castro and 17th: ready ror build-
Ing. G. H. UMBSEN a CO., 11 Montgomery
street myll SuTuTh 3t
QVftftft ELIZABETH ST.. NIiAR DIAMOND;
iJoWU. lot 61:8x114 aid 2 houses: stable and
good well of water. G. H. lvi iisks A CO., 14
Montgomery St. myll I uTh 3t
->7>\ft LEVEL LOT, 251114, ON CASTRO
«J?— I V\J. St. near 16th; street work complete
and ready for building. G. U. IWIIIM.N A- CO.. 14
Montgomery st. my 1 1 SuTu 1 St
'..''J"/ 1 4S lots as a whole on 4oth
tgi-<Z.O\J. aye. G. 11. UMBSEN A- CO., 14 Mont-
liomery st. my 1 1 BnTnl 3t
SI; fk9C.ft NEW BAY-WINDOW HOUSE OF 8
«JP«^»-<JU. rooms; brick foundations and rear
house of 4 rooms; lot 26x80: Clemeutlna St., near
hth; rents $48 60. G. 11. UMBSEN A- CO.. 14.Mont-
gomery st. my ISuTu St ■
< I I Mill 18TH ST., NEAR HOWARD; 2-
«T"t''VU. story house, in store and flats, and lot
42:6x35; rents 537 60. G. 11. UMBSEN A- CO.,
14 Montgomery st. myll BuTuTh 31
S-JQ ."All COlt MISSION AND 17TII MS.:
oO.iIUU. Improvements In stores, Hats and
collages; rents for $215 ner'mouth; lot 65x100.
G. H. UMB3KW A- CO., 14 Moutgoiiiery.il SuTuTh 3
■< 1 9 ftllO 3 HOUSES AND LOT 53:11x65:5;
'- l — -UViy . cor. of Slitter and l.yon; rents #75*
part cash. G. H. UMBSEN a CO., 14 Montgomery
street. myll Sn I v I'll 3t
Q I '-{".ft LEVEL LOT 40X114. ON THE NORTH
«Ji IO.JV. line or 26th st., near Castro. O. H
UMBSEN *. CO.. 14 Montgomery, myll I uTh at
Ski mill A BARGAIN; HOUSE OF 4 ROOMS,
<JT IUUU. near 11th and Harrison for a few days
only; part cash; lot 25x85. G. 11. IMIISKN * Co..
14 Montgomery st. my] 1 SnTuTh 31
©•-{•"-. ft ft MUST BE SOLD; 2 HOUSES, 1 OFIO
llpOilViU. rooms and 1 of 4 rooms; lot 25x75 ;0u
Clara, near 3d; rents. $35 per month. G. H. i M li-
SEN & CO., 14 Montgomery st. my 1 1 lv in 3t
Cl 7 i\t\t\ HVI>E ST.. NEAR GEARY;
tip I I •l/wi'. douole home or 8 rooms and bath;
bay windows: brick foundation: laundry, etc.; lot
40x68:6; nts $120. G. H. U.MIISEN A CO., 14
■Montgomery st. myll SuTuTh 3t
©99P.ft COT I AGE OK 4 BOOMS; SPRING
tS>——O\J. Valley water, and also a well; lot
25:8x114: Valley, near Church st. G. 11. I Muses
& CO., 14 Montgomery st. myll SuTuTh- 3t
Oj 1 O ft/ 1 A 3D. NEAR FOLSOM: 2 HOUSES
vrlO.\J\>\t. In 7 tenements; renting for $Htf per
month: lot 25x80. G. H. UMBSEN A CO.. 14 Mont-
gomery street myll Su lv i h 3t
ffl{- / »/;r,/J LEVEL LOT; 25X1U0: ON CASTRO
«21— UUU.st. near 16th: street work complete.
G. H. UMBSEN A CO.. 14 Montgomery. 11 SuTu th 3
flrjOftft CHr:AP; NEW HOUBK IN 2 FLATS;
«4i3TOUU. brick foundations, etc. : rents $41; lot
25x80, on Pond St., near 16th and Market. O. H.
UMIISEN A- CO.. 14 Montgomery st.myll BuTnTh 3
% j;;m FINE NEW eastlake cottage
C>O«J<JU. or 5 rooms and bath; finished base-
ment, brick foundations and all modern conven-
iences; lot 25x114; on 27thst., near Dolores. O. H.
UMIiSEN a Co., 14 Montgomery stmyll I uTh 3t
<5; > J9^ft SAN JOSE AYE., NEAR 26TH .ST.;
<iT«J— new bay-window cottage or 6 rooms
anil bath: laundry, brick foundations, etc.: l»i 25x
ltIO: one half cash. G. H. UMIiSE* * CO., 14 Mout-
gomery st. niyll SuTnTh at
ajj')(-()j( LOT 50:11x114; ON THE N. LINE
«IT— UUU. of Clipper, near Church; street work
Complete. G. H. UMBSEN A- CO., 14 Montgomery
street myll SuTuTh 3t
<l| .(I EUREKA ST., NEAR 21ST~; LOT 25x
<2Oi)U. 125; ready for building. G.H.I Mi. SEN
A- Co.. 14 Montgomery st. myll SuTuTh St
V'>7",li NEW BAY-WIN DOW) COTTAGE OF
lOlo", 5 rooms and bath; finished basement;
brick foundations; laundry; iron fence; 27th, near
Church: lot 22:8x10 j. to an alley; only $900 cash
required. G. H. CMBSEN A CO., 14 Montgomery
street. mil Su I II i II M
< I 9 7^ft SCOTT ST.. NEAR GEARV; ROW
«J)i—.lUU.ofs houses of 5 rooms each; rants
}:<0: lot 5S:6xSt»:6. o. H. OMIISEN .v Co., 14
Montgomery st myll SuTuTh St
CUlT^ft NATOKA. NEAR 351 HOUSE OF 10
C I OU. rooms, and lot '.0x75: cheap. G. H.
UMBSKN & CO., 14 Montgomery st.inyl 1 SuTnTh 31
/'Oil AGE 5 ROOMS; BATH; EASY TERMS*
v-> Apply 3266 Mission St.: no agents, myl: 7t»
It-/'- ft LOIS; CHEAP AT $1000 EACH; THE
<« l>- V "Nob Hill" of the Mission: 20 of the
most handsomely located lots, each 25x106, In
the city; perfectly level and ready for building;
commanding an unobstructel view or the city, bay
and Oakland: 2 blocks I rom the Mlsslon-st cars:
densely populated neighborhood, with school and
church: Falrmount Tract; fronting on Palmer.
Falrmount and Laidley sts.; compare these with
lot ■ 2 miles further out in the sand-dunes. Apply
to P. C. MOLLOV, 138 Montgomery St. Inyl3 7t
/•E(>. W. CIIAPIN BUYS AND SELLS ALL
\J kinds of real estate. 312 Montgomery st
HOUSES AND LOTS FOR SALE.
$7000— Flue bay-window, nearly new lions?, 8
rooms and bath; all modern improvements; lot 50x
105; splendid view; warm belt; no fogs ; carriage
ii use; 534 Sanchez st.
$ i 0.500-;; flats: new; 18 rooms: Fell st.
*1 I,ooo— houses ; 4 Hats; lot 55x70; yulnn St.
nr. Valencia.
■4000— 8 rooms; bath; 25x113; 21 Kausch «t
$4000— Large factory: 3(IX112:B; 17th st.
JO— 7 rooms bath; 415 22dst.
$770J— 9 rooms and bath; 411 22d st
$8500— 7 rooms and bath; 29:6x120; California.
$170—2 bouses; Blmmelmaa place.
$1000— rooms: 30x100; nr. old Ladies' Home.
$6000— Brooms anil bath: modern! Sutler st
— Large building for factor/: lot 65x137:6;
front of lot vacant ; North Beach; call at office for
oilier places.
LOTS.
$U.(iOO-62:(ix137:6; corner; fine view; Eddy St.
$3;00— 75x11; Hancock, W. of Church.
$1000—25x120; Stn a e.,N. of Point I.obosave.
Si 300—50x120; 20th aye., S. of CalllVralS st.
$7750—62x100: Polk, near Union.
$:UOO-10iixi..0: Doaghus, near 21st.
$>75— 100x120: University Homestead.
*2TOO-55x8.i: Filbert, near « 'eta via.
37:6x101; Webster st.
$700—25x125: Randall, near Whitney.
$1400—50x125: Whitney, near Both.
KiJ650— 27:6x137:6; Waller, near Bonder.
81250-37:6x120; »lh aye., near Point Loboi.
$.":oU— sox7o; Lyon, near Cortland; cheap.
$1775—50:11x114; Hill. W. of Church.
4500—45x100: corner nr. old Lades' Home.
$-'70 for 3 nice lots: ocean View.
$2650—82:6x137:6: Chestnut, near Fillmore
$100—40xliiU: level corner, Coliua.
$600—75x100; level; near old Ladies' Home.
*ir>o-.;oxiO0: R St. S. or Park.
Large list: lots all sizes and prices. Call at office
for terms. GEO. W. CHAPIN, 312 Montgomery
street. myll3t
HOMES FOR ALL! FOR SALE-* FEW LOTS
s. of Golden Gate Park at $100 each and up-
ward; alxo some lots In other parts of the city.
Apply bet. the hours or 10 a. m. to 4 r. v.. at Room
74, Montgomery Block. ADOLPH SUTRO. ap2B lm
<2;(J'>."i(| RES.DENCE, POST ST., NEAR
«JT)t7ZnJU. Larkin: 9 rooms and bath; lot 25x120
to rear st; a bargain: key at the office. MADISON
ft BURKE, 401 and 40:! Montgomery st 11 sututh 3
I, OB SALE-308 I ELI. ST.. NEAR OOUGH; LOT
I 27:6x1'«0 to rear street; front and rear house or
4 flats and store; price $13,600. myll 3t»
i i E MAINE * CO., REAL ESTATE BROKERS
' • have removed to 322 Montgomery st. in 1 1 7t
■s;9j(i(i THE choicest LOT IN THE mis-
C^ivv. slon ; Calif ornla aye. ; a few steps from
the cars; a lovely spot for ah me, or flats built here
would pay 1 per cent net: lot 40x113. W.M. 1!
MAKSIIOTZ A- CO.. 630 Market, rear offlce.inyll 3t
(C I ONLY: VERY COSY AND REALLY
HP liW/ cheap home; rooms; basement; stable;
Holly Park, 6 minutes' walk from Mission cars: lot
2SXM. WM. B. MAKSHUTZ * CO., 6SO Market st,
rear ufflce. rnrlO 7t
It4V'S(l CORNER -64x92; STREET WORK
•i,.T: I OU. done on the grade; SW. cor. of San
Jose aye. and 271h sts.
$9000-* in.- dwelling of 10 rooms with all modern
Improvements: this property must be sold; one
block from cable-cars; offer wanted; situated on
Hush St., near Webster: lot 27x100.
$800— Few more of those nice building lots
one block east or 28th and Folsom sts. : lots 17:6 x
90; streets 70 and SO: these are very cheap. GEO
McwiLLIAMS. 131 Montgomery st myll 3t '
C; I ilft/l CASH; BALANCE EASY MONTHLY
i£)l.iivri> payments; $5000 each; 3 new corner
buildings built in 2 flats or 6 and 6 rooms and bath
each; lot2Bxa2; stone walk all around, wooden
mantels: gas fixtures. York and Twentieth sts. 10 8*
«i|ftft||KOß 12 LOTS, 315x80. COR. SAN
'C I UU< ' Jose road and Ottawa st; worth double
ItOTHERMEL * CO., 18 Montgomery st. moll at
$"''so ONLY— FINE CORNER ON BAN BRUNO
%p — OU road.
$4100— Business lot, 25x112:6, on Derlsadcro st,
bet Hayes and Fell. ROTHERMEL & CO., li}
Montgomery st. myll 3c
<I (I Fvftft DOUBLE HOUSE AND LOT, 32x
•jpJ-U.Ol'U. 120, on Market St.; a speculation
I'.OTHERMEL A; Co.. 18 Montgomery st. myll 3t
ffi-Oftft '•'"' -■•''" l ON CALIFORNIA .ST.:
iJOuu, marine view; lot graded, street macad-
amized; adjoining lots sold at auction last week for
$820. B. bMITH,32M Kearuy st. myl 1 3t*
C, I I'ft LOT 40x140, NEAR UNIVERSITY ;
«P'J,l<U. beautiful views: $50 down and $10
monthly. PHIiI.PS A RICHARDS, 11 Montgomery
St., S. F., or opposite Berkeley Station. niy3 tf
lftf lft LOTS FOR SALE IN ALL PARTS OF
1 \J\I\J East Berkeley; prices from $75 each,
upwards; 100 houses for Kale from $800 each up-
wards, on installments It desired; beautiful lots,
beautiful house*; It you want a bargain come and
see us. PHKLPS Jr. RICHARDS, ll Montgomery
St.. San 1 ran Cisco, and o|.p. Berkeley Station. »9 if
it If tO COTTAGE WANTED — $500 CASH,
(JP^UWU balance monthly. Winters, Box 1, this
office. my 10 71*
Ut^nntASH: BALANCE $28 MONTHLY;
COi'U $2700 each; only 4 left out or 28 modern
cottages: 5 rooms; bath. Twentieth and York. 108*
OT 66x127; N. SIDE JACKSON, WITH 27:8
on Spruce, 31 feet E. of Spruce; $5000: will
double In value.
Lot 60x143: Park row and Epstein: only $2000
Lot 60x126; N. side A St., 27th and 28lhaves.-
-$950.
Lot 50x100; South Francisco, 17th aye.. R and 8
Is.. $550; 12 lots, 9th and K. sts., South Francisco
$1600. W. J. GWYNN, 326^1 Montgomery st. nit tf
It \(\ CORNER6OI7O ON CRESCENT AYE.;
tlpouu* cheapest lot for a home in the city J
1. H ANNA. la Montgomery St. :. my 9 7t *
(»• I tft EACH: DEWLLINU LOTS; 25x100;
VI) J.OU near Mission st, Six-mile House
THOMAS MORAN, 543!.- California st. ap3o tf
$V(l|| LOT 34X90, IN BERKELEY; SIDE
«Ji -W. walked; «25 cash, $5 monthly.
-.■ $350— Corner. 76x100: living ■ reek ■ ■-',
$700— Bldehlll; lot 100x100; $5 monthly. ■-
. $1(00— lots; send . for maps. Oil AS. A.
I lev, owner, 624 Market st. au27 tt
CITY REAL ESTATE.
SIIAINWALD, UUCKBEE it CO., 407 AND 409
Montgomery st. ■
IMPROVED PROPERTY.
$125,000— Market-ot- corner; one of the best buys
on the street: 68:9x137:6.
$102,600— An entire block in Mission warm belt:
could M subdivided and a handsome profit realized
Immediately.
$7500— Marine view house; west line Buchanan
St., in. Broadway: 9 rooms and bath: arched par-
lors; electric Sitings; wooden mantels: house new
and entirely modern; stone sidewalk- lot 29x91:8
feet.
$22,500— Van Ness avenue; 60x109 feet, with
good house; full particulars at our ofllce.
$41,000— Fulton anil Franklin sts., SW. corner: a
splendid investment: only three blocks from the
City Hall: rents $257 50: lot :Uxl()3:l
♦ 36.000-steuart St., W. Hue, near Market; lot
i! 5 :1 Ox 1 37 :«.
$10.00*0— O'Farrell St., N. side, near Hyde; sub-
stantial 2-story house of 9 rooms and bath; lot 26x
vv..
$8000— Post st., nr. Buchanan : 2 fine flats of 5 and
brooms: always rented: lot 26x100: must be sold.
»5000— Hull's st., nr. Ellis; 2 good houses, renting
for $35; lot 25x90; terms one-half cash; sale must
be made.
$3500— i.aker st., sunny side. nr. Geary; house
and stable; lot 32:6x68:9; must be sold. '
$Hooo— Colo St.. ur. Haight: new house of 9 rooms
and bath; all modern Improvements; lot 25x106:3.
$3250— Army st, bet. Church and Sanchez: tine
new house of 4 rooms and bath: uutiuished base-
ment: lot 27x114.
$13,000— Post st., nr. Jones: fine hoose of 11
rooms aud bath; rents for $07; a good buy: lot
$27,600-Valencia st., ur. Ridley, running through
to Elgin Park; line Improvements of houses and
tints, rented for $136; lot 25 feet on Valencia by
f t ° c feet ou Elgin Park, with a depth of 160 and 75
$3250- Jessie St.. nr. 20th; neat 2-story frame
bouse of 6 rooms and bath: lot 22x75 feet.
$!UM>u— 14th St., nr. Valencia: house on rear end
of lot. renting for $24; lot 50x100 feet.
$8700— Oak st.. near Devisadero; beautiful mod-
ern house of 8 rooms aud bath; lot 25x137:6; house
almost new.
J3150-N eat cottage and lot on Treat aye., near
.4th st., close to cable line: 5 rooms and bath! gas,
hot and cold water, etc. ; rents $22 50: lot 25x112:6;
cheap.
$sioo- Baker sL, near California: new store and
co }\y'- V;. : i.' e<l 'or $50; lot 27:6x82:6; a good buy.
IbSuO— O'Farrell St.. near Webster; lot 22:6x120
feet to rear street; .stable on O'Farreu and 2 houses
on rear street; rents $60.
54U.000— Cor. Tenth and Folsomsts.: substantial
Improvements stores and Hats: rents $230: lot
o5xH5 feet.
$32,000— Pott st.: Investment; W. side: sub-
BUntlal new building 01 stores and flats; rents $210;
lot ooxlo3.
$8500— Howard st., bet. 16th and 17th; store and
flat; ientss.iO; lot 25x75.
lo *^3oo— St.. near 4th; 2 tenants; rents $27;
$7500— Washington St., bet. Rteiner and Flllmore:
2-story moil ern house of 7 rooms and bath: stone
sidewalk; a cosy little home; lot 27:3x127:8 feet.
$3160— Neat cottaite and lot on Treat aye., near
— -1 lit st. : close to cable line; 5 rooms and .th; gas,
hot and cold water, etc.; rails $22 60; lot 26x
112:6: cheap. '
$'.1000- Mission St., iipar2uth- stores, etc.: renting
for over $50; lot 32:6x115, to rear street.
$1000— Clara st., bet st:i and 6th; good house,
containing 3 tenements; rents $.1; lot '25XX0.
Beautiful new cottage 01 7 rooms and bath
and all modern Improvements; OaK St., opposite
Golden Gate Park; lot .ilxllo.
$.SOOO-Jacksou St.; flats: N. side; substantially
built: all modern improvements: rents $67.
*6250— Howard »(.. near _'Otti; double cottage and
lot 30x122:6; rents $30; ttie lot alone is worth the
price asked,
$-7,500 — nrumm st., close to Market: lot 30x70,
With old Improvements; rents $62 50
$30.000— Bush st., bet. Pov.-ell and Mason: lot
«7:faxlS7:6. with Improvements; rented lor $'-80;
rents could he largely Increased.
$H.'so-Plerce st., near Haight ; 1 fine flats nt 6
and 7 rooms and bath each: r.-nt, $65: lot 25x125.
000— Kediicud from $.10,000; Howard su, N.
line, bet. 3d and : th: 60x80, with 2 substantial
brick dwellings; routs $115.
UNIMPROVED LOTS.
N. side Vallejo St., from Webster to Flllmore; In
subdivisions: on easy terms.
NW.cor. Webster and Vallejo nts: 50x137 :H feet.
$12.500— NE. cor. Fillmore aud Vallejo sts.; 60x
137:»feet.
$12.500— Inside lots. N. side Vallejo St.; each
27:6x137:6 feet; $4900 each; terms on all these
lots only one-third cash; balance In one and two
years; tnetall from Vallejo to Green sis., between
Webster and Fillmore. is Irom 60 to 70 feet, making
It impossible to take away the marine view.
$5250— SW. cor. Maple aud Washington sts.; 50x
146 leet.
$7500— Land Block, fronting the great
highway; two-thirds of the block offered ; 240x800
feel.
$15.000— Washington and Buchanan; NE. corner;
67:6xlO7:8V4feet.
$36.000— St., west line, nr. Market; lot
35:10x137:6 feet.
$H250-Broadway. nr. Buchanan: 34:4x134:8.
$ 4360 — Page St., nr. >hrailer; 25x137:6.
$7000-26ih St., and Treat aye.; corner; 73:6 x
112:6.
1200— Page st., bet. Cole and Shrader; sunny
side of street; sewer and street work all done;
25x137:6 feet or 75; $7500.
$.v-'sO— corner; street sewered and paved
with stone blocks; omnibus cable passes; 40x100,
$34110— Flllmore St.; corner; 31x87:6 feet.
»2500— Pierce, nr. Ureen; 25X10U teet.
$30VO— 3Stb St.. nr. Castro; Mix I 14 feet.
*7"00— »>ucrrero and 27th; corner; 77x100.
$4000-Cst. and 38th aye.: corner; 240x100.
$6000— eb»ter and Francisco sts. ; NW.cor.; 50-
-wir.t.
$HOOO-Market St., N. line; 25x90 feet.
$7500— Market re., S. line: 32:10x74:8 feet.
(3600— Washington, nr. Scott: 27:6x127 feet.
$7 Douglass and 19th sts. ; corner: 83x145.
*.iOJ.i— Sacramento, nr. Baker: 27:8x182:7.
$6000— Kanaka si., ur. 17th; 74x125 leet.
$20.000— Milter St.. bet Franklin and Gough: lot
100x137:6 feet: Bno view of Hie city In all direc-
tions from this lot.
•3000— Cole st. near Oak: 25x106:3 feet.
$4600— Oar. First aye. and Washington St.; 56x
100 leet.
$.'5OO-Sutter,near Proderlck: 25x82:6.
»I5.(HI0-('.ill(ornla St., west of Scott; 100x137:6.
-it,-diiced trom $6000; Howard, near 24th:
31 li teet.
$3?5U -Eureka St., near 18th: 49:4x125 feet:
strc t sewered, graded and macadamized.
$7800— NW. cor 19th and Diamond sts.; 75x125
It-it: on line or Market st. when extended.
,0U0 — Market and Castro Ms.; gore corner;
- ..xilk:J and 90; cheap.
$2600— Alvarado, near Noe: 50:11x114.
or complete list* call at office or SIIAINWALD,
BUCKBEE A CO., 407 and 409 Montgomery st.
myll SuTu tr
OJ-|I CHEAPEST LOTS IN THE CITY- 2Sx
O"l 'J\J. 110: level, on the grade, this side or Sil-
ver aye.. and within a few steps of Mission St.. the
great highway to and from the city, aud on which a
Cibe-road Is about to be built. C. W. POPE, 930
Market St. myll SuTuTh St
WVIHHI 12 LEV KL LOTS, 25x100. ON COR-
1 -— """• ncr In Excelsior Homestead: this Is a
bargain, as single lots in tne neighborhood cannot
beh.d [or less than $250; $700 can remain. (II AS.
»■ I'il'i, 630 Market st. myll SuTuTh 3t
Si: I /Will LOT 30x110 ON W. SIDE OF LA-
«ip 1 \J\l\r. puna St., only 60 feet from Lombard,
the new fashionable drive to the J'residlo; 50 per
cent ciii be made on this lot In six mouths. Cil AS.
w. polK. 630 Market st. myll SuTuTh St
€:7^M A BEAD 1111. lot, 35x100, on
C I O\J. Harper St., 195 feet from 30th; level,
with lovely view of city anil buy: cheapest lot in
Fainuount. C. W. POPE, 630 Market. 11 suTuTh3
1 IHOICE BARGAINS BY T. P. KIORDAN, 9
V' Post St.
$16,500-Corner; 122:6 on 24th St. by 96 on NW.
cor. of Harrison and 24th sts.: street block paved
and cable-cars running; line investment.
$11,000— Hayes St., near Polk; fine busi-
ness property: improved.
$10,000-26x80; Howard st, near 6th, with lm-
pr<'Veiiieuts; well rented.
$2200— 23x115 on Henry st.. close to Market and
Sanchez: tine location: part cash.
$10.',000-Fiiie Improved property on 6th st.
So&OO— 27:6xllO; suiter st., with flue 2-story, In
fiats, or 15 rooms and baths; rents $55.
• •2600—30x114: N. side of Duncan St., near San-
chez. with nice cottage-house, stable, cblcken-bousc.
$3750—25x80 left, on Bryant St.. bet. Ist and 2d,
with 2-storr building, store and 9 rooms; rent SO
$4600—36:6x122:6; W. side Cappst., near 21st,
with 1 otta^-e of 8 rooms, stable, chicken-house, etc
$2500-251100; Dolores SL, near 29111. with lot-
ta^c-house: 4 rooms and largo basement: cheap.
$22OO—lOnxlOO; on the BE. cor. of 20th and Ver-
mont sis. ; bargain.
Also several tine Investments In business property,
etc., not advertised. Call lor particulars. T. P.
RIORDAN, 9 Post St. my 1 I SuTu 2t
■'ALL AND (iET A LIST OF MY GREAT BAR-
' 7 gains on south Side. Sunset Heights and near
the children's play-greund; lots on J St., Inside of
17th aye.. $8'J0; $200 cash, balance $10 per mouth
13th aye., near 1 st., $700; $150 cash and $20 per
month; corner 101b aye. and L St., $1350: part
cash: I St., opposite Olympic club grounds $1500.
For great bargains, P. A. DOLAN, 630 Market
strew. myll SuTuTn 3t
% I lO LOTS-25X120 EACH: ONLY A SHORT
«I> I V'V distance from Golden Gate Park and grand
boulevard; uocaud: these lots Inside of one year
111 readily sell tor $250; terms ouly $10 cash aud
•6 per month: no interest; no taxes. P. A. DOLAN,
630 Market st. myll SuTuTh 3t
i&i ".||n LOT-120I100: COR. BTH AYE. AND
«JpItJUU X st., South san Francisco; this Is a
splendid Investment, being only one block from
Railroad an. and the center of the manufacturing
Industries or the Coast; all fenced and ready to
build on. P. A DOLAN, 630 Market. 11 suTuTh 3t
<%7(WIA NEW HOUSE and LOT ON JjAR-
«iP I UUU, kJn st., on W. side; contains 11 rooms:
divided into 2 flats; with all new improvements,
electric bells, speaking tubes and every convenience:
12-foot basement, Iron fence and railings, stone side-
walks, square bay-windows; built by day's work;
rents for $57 50; one-half cash if necessary, balance
2 or 3 years' mortgage. P. A. DOI.AN, BJO Mar-
ket St. ■ myll Su"luTli3t
$| K|| CASH, BALANCE INSTALLMENTS:
«jp I O\J Point Lobos aye. lots, 25x120 each; full
price $600 : these lots are the best situated park lots
In the city, being between Point Lobos aye. and me
great Go den Uate Park; Point Lobos aye. Is under
contract to be graded and macadamized throughout
Its length, from Central to 25th: all Hie street work
will be completed without expense to the buyer;
If you want to provide for your old ago select one
of these splendid lots without delay, p. A. DOLAN,
650 Market St. - ■ myll SuTuTh 3t .
I 1 U~OO| I ' CALL THE ATTENTION OF ALL
«2>.10. WU. speculators to the splendid piece of
property I offer on Market St., near Valencia: this
property will In the next 5 years readily sell lor
$.'0,000; It is 25 foot front and runs buck 10 an alley;
has splendid 2-story frame building; rents for $100.
I. A. DOLA.n. 630 Mar»etjt : __jiiyll 1 uTh 3t
Ss'-^fl A FEW SPLENDID 1 ots IN HOLLY
•E)t><JU. Park, near Mission-street cable; all ready
to build oil; very cheap, P. A. DOLAN, 630 Mar-
« et st. ■ myll SuTuTh 3t
St'-J.-.A 25X100-BRAZIL AYE., KB. MISSION
«irO.)U. street. . ■■.-■- -.•.-•--.
$625—26x100; Chenery St.. near Mateo.
25x100— Cheuery st., noar Miguel; easy
$750-50x100; cor. Hrazll and Lisbon.
$650-5 lots south of the park: very cheap.
J};. 0 ,, 0 -! 0 *, 1 ? 9 ' 'V' 1 " 5 ■*■■ " r - Mission; - frontages,
$1400—30x114; Jersey, nr. Castro; street work
done.
$1800-80x114; 27th. nr. Diamond
$2000 - Vlcksburg 11 "' 24111 ! neat cottage 4 rooms.
$2000-601/0: r.lndy St., only 2 blocks from
■\alencla-st, cable; neat cottage; finely decorated.
$2760— 2Hx100: Columbia, nr. 22d; bow-window
cottage of 6 rooms.
$2760-26x100; Vlcksburg, nr. 23d: new cottage
of 4 rooms and bath; high basement, stable aud
driveway: tine place for expressman. — -
$r»0t)0-30:t)x 117:6 to alley; Guerrero, nr 22d:
2-story house or 6 rooms and bath upper floor:
lower floor not finished. ""
$.".250-22x90; 21st St., bet. Valencia and Mission;
modern bow-w.ndow house. 6 rooms and bath-
street accepted.
$4500-25x76; corner Harrison and Hay ward ;
3-story house, arranged In three tenements; always
rented.
$7000-251122:6: Ebotwell st.; elegant pair or
new French flats: " modern Improvements; rents
$52 DO.
$37a0-33:6x90; 21st St., bet. Valencia and Mis-
sion; elegant pair new French flats, with all modern
conveniences.
$87 50-Elegant pair of Eastlake flats ; nearly new ;
all conveniences; In most desirable part of the
Western Addition.
■ $9000-37:6x165; Oth St., through to Dore St.,
9th st. accepted; must be sold; make an offer.
MIDDLE lON * SHARON, Real Estate Agents and
Auctioneers, 22 Montgomery st. myll SuTuTU 3t
"TjHJR SALE, NICE COTIAOE AND LOT 26x95
X' on 23d St., 100 feet W. or Porter aye.: 6 rooms;
modern improvements; $350 cash, balance Install-
ments. _ Apply to A. J. MEIR, 3000 California. 117'
CALL ON'DUSENBURY * WURTS, 413 PINE
V^ St., for lots In Oaklaud and Berkeley on $10 pay-
ments; engagements made for Sunday. / mrS tr •
..''•-'■■■ CITY KEAI. F-STATB. "'":
M p A , X ? E 1 Baldwin * Hammond, real
street Agents and Auctioneers, 10 Montgomery
NEW PROPERTY.
Jilt, near Noe; 150x114.
v-iri.'ivVh to *20.000-Some splendid corner 50-
-h ,,?! ! *, neighborhood of the terminus of the
"Jj»* cable: this property has a line ruture.
$5000 to * ' 00 - We hive a number or very
"L v ,' ce h e "' leceson Lake at - from "in to 20th ayes.,
which coramands a fine marine view: the pieces
speculation? 18 to3Uparcels:Boocl Property for a
vif» 5 - U .°~, ; '? road: elegant lots; 75x125: fine
«^'iim nl ? sbon "Stance from Halght st
an*;b"th7lo C t 25xi27-8l4 bSter: cottage Ol 6 °° m
$6»oo- Sullivan, nr " Btaoymn; good 2-story house
? b?oe?«'r 13an bath: Kood barn; lot 50x130: only
bargain °'" Ui "8 |ie st ! *">• view of the part; a
$30,000-nroadwsy, through to Vallejo, near Oc-
•> t, r ; lvt V", "roadway, 08:9x137:8, with three
.-story and basement uay*wluduw houses, paying
•.l-.'m 11 5 0ntil : vacant lot on Vallejo, 53:9x137:6.
*i»uo-Green, near Octavla: good cottage of 5
ma r ne a view a "* : br ' Ck rouuaation : lot 29:6x137:6;
SHsoo— Pacific, near Jones : new house of 3 flats :
•.'•7 -i? 1 , ° rooms each; brick foundation; rent
$07 50: Iot30xl07:6. - '
*14.000-Garden. bet. 6th and 7th, near Bryant:
.-story house or 8 tenements: rent $120: lot 100x75.
tine and Jones: corner 50-vara. In subdivisions:
these ots. Improved with a good class or flats, 111
pa] a handsome Income on the investment; the cor-
!;* r J s v i ;t ' xS)2;B - to private alley: two adjoining.
-7:6x92:«: also two lots 27:8x137:6; Jones-Street
cable, a branch or the California line, passes the
property; no better location can be round lor mod-
BI £JH? or Private boarding-house.
$8,50-Sullivan, r.earstauyan: 75x245, to (irat-
tan; good view of the park; 4 blocks from ilalght-
SL- cars,
f *7oo each-4 lots, 12th aye, ne.r X St.; or 102:5
fert fur $2500; cheap.
, •'■""■"-■"" PP. rSStn : 2 flats, each of 4 and 6
r S k,i, reut *" 8 " I»tl»xll5.
$»500-Larkln, near Sacramento; cottage or 8
ii , 5 - a . nd c . bath: rent $37 60; lot 50x100.
*«-'5O-Fair oaks, near 2Jd: 3 cottages. In good
repair; rent $30; lot 151x117:6. to an alley.
*.., ouu -'»>lor. near Clay; 57:10x80, with an I.
on Clay; 2 flats or 4 and 5 rooms and 2 double
«i.??.?' 10 ■'"" 13 rooms; total rent. $122 50.
*i_;)Ueaeh— 3 lots: cheapest lots In the city;
1-rauclsco st., nr. Dupont : chance tor a cheap home:
centrally located: Improved with Huts: will pay 1
per cent per month: level and ready to build on.
IMPROVED.
$12,000-Oak, near Laguna; good house; 11
rooms and Lath; large suuuy rooms; plate-glass
windows; large pantry and closets; stone sidewalks;
iron fence, etc.; lot 4<x120, to Lilly aye.
*J-oO— l3th. near Poison ; house, 2 Hats. 5 rooms
each: rent * :i8: lot 25x7ti:ii.
10,500— The prettiest home in the Western Ad-
dition; cottage or 7 rooms and bath; high base-
ment; wooden mantels and all conveniences: lovely
lawn; lot 65x100.
$70 )o— Green, near Buchanan; new 2-story house
of 7 rooms, li.itli and laundry; 25x137:6.
$07o(l— 17th, near Church; flats or 6 and 7 rooms
and cath each: brick foundation; lot 25x100.
$41100— shi.tweli, near 23d; 2 houses of 4 and 5
rooms each; lot 31x122 :« by 48 In rear.
$.50 cash; balance of $2500 on monthly Install-
ments: new cottage or 4 rooms and bath; lot 25x100;
Bryant aye.. near atith.
$15,000'- liuchanan-st corner: 2 good bouses of 7
ami S rooms each; rent $100; lot 37:6x87:6; cheap.
_$.la.ooo— Splendid Turk-st. Investment; corner:
Si :6x106:6; with 4 storcsand flats of 5 and 6 rooms
ami oath each; all modern conveniences; lent $213: -
stable lor 5 horses.
$7250, very cheap -Halirht, near Devisadero: new
."- ro ',",'l ho^so; well built; cost $4800 to build: lot
137 :G.
Attractive new house on Devlsailero, near
Halght; 8 rooms and bath: all modern improve-
ments: wooden mantels, etc.: 25x125.
, • I :; ''i- s anehez, near 16th; nice 6-room cottage;
lot .3XIOU.
$:ttsoo— Clipper, near Noe; Eastlake cottage, 6
rooms; brick foundation: 26:8x114.
UNIMPROVED.
$2000— Fulton St., near Ist aye.: 25x137:6: faces
the park.
$12.750— Corner 60-vara; Jackson and Walnut
$.7.iD— l9th. near Guerrero; 42i60.
»<33.000-248:6x137:6: elegant piece of property;
only two blocks from Market -St.. including comer.
#0000-19 th st., near Diamond; 75x100; bargain.
$750 to $1000— a number or choice lots on sth to
12th aves., near Point Looos.
*'J750— Sacramento St., near Baker: 27:6x77:8.
$.500— Hayes st, near F llmore: 47:6x1»7:6.
$1600 each— lots on casein aye,, on the line or
the Market-st. extension: large lots; 28x214; level
and ready to build on.
l 13(100 each-Slots; Sanchez St., near Ridley ; 25x
$«500 each— 4 lots; 9th. near Folsom; 25x100.
1 6000— Dolores, near 22d; 61 117 -.6.
*2500— 14 th. near Castro: 25x115.
*:iOoo— l9th and Diamond corner; 34x100.
$.250— Fulton, near Lyou; 25x1u0.
*2 100— Frederick st. near Stanyan; 25x137:6.
„* : 11 5 " each— 3 lots on Twentieth st, ur. Church:
29x114.
$ioi)d each— 3 lots; only 1 block from Halght st :
good view or the pan; elegant neighborhood; size
$;<ooo— Clay st, nr, Baker: lot 25x127 :B'/i.
»6000-17 th and Diamond; lot «2:tix7s,or In snb-
divisinll.
$6500— Large corner lot on Halgbt and Stelner;
siie3l:Sxl(Hl.
$2500 each— 2 lots on Waller, near Ashbury: 25x
Apply to MCAFEE, BALDWIN & HAMMOND,
Real Estate Agents aud Auctioneers. 10 Montgom
eryjt myll SuTuTh 3t
IMPROVED PROPERTY OFFERED BY BEVAN
1 a CO.
9-1500— 50-vara: cor. Broderlck st.
$11.500-85x1 16 :6; Capp st , near 24th.
•SVOO— S3 :tixli'O: I iilon si., near Jones.
$i5.000-25x!jO; business corner; one block from
Baldwin Hotel.
$561)0-27:6x100; Pierce St.. near Eddy.
$11.UOO-Guerrero st.; corner; 24x75; near 23d.
000- 70x70: Sansome. St.; comer.
BEVAN A CO.. 318 Kearny st. myll SuTu2t«
< III! II HOUSE AND LOT. TEH AM A ST., N.
H'"V. side, near 2d and Howard; rents
$25; 25x80 -.lot will become very valuable to deepen
lot on Howard st; always rented. DOWNEY A
GAMHS, 318 Montgomery St. myll SuTuTh 3t
a?- AA RICHMOND, FINE LOT; 25x100; A
<3V'UU. St. near 21st aye.
$>S5O-llrautltul lot on N. side of California st:
25x100; near 23d aye. : half cash : balance in tnstatl-
ments. o. w. pope, 630 Market st. mil SuTuTh 2t
, I>lG BARGAIN— LOTS IN UNIVERSITY MOUND
I > Survey. 100x120; level; well located: $450 each.
P. J. KENNEDY. 030 Market st. myll at SuTuTh
Qjr.ftft House OF 9 booms, modern IM-
<p~lo\JU. provements, on Rincon place; lot 28i
112;-*«rtaeed at this low price to settle an estate.
P..1. KENNEDY. Market st. uiyll 3t SnlnTh
A WEEK'S NEWS FO X 5 CENTS— THE WEEKL?
Call. In wrapper, ready foe mailing.
OA X l.A.\ I) 11 KA L. i".I*TATK.
Gfev^nn LOT 75X108. WITU COTTAGJS OF
<)p->O\l\J. 6 rooms, bath, pantries, etc., on Thir-
teenth st, within a tew minutes' walk of the Point
and Sixteenth st. stations: street sewered and mac-
adamized. P. J. KENNEDY. 630 Market St., San
Francisco. myll 3t SuTuTh
_BKKKKLKYJ{KAL kstatk.
4fU>;<in 53 PRETTIEST. BfcST BUILT AND
«JTO— W. cheapest cottage In Berki-ley; beauti-
ful garden and every modern convenience; only a
step from depot ou University aye.: 100 feet wide.
P. J. KENNEDY, 630 Market St.. Sau Frau-
cluro. myllSnTilTh
ALAMIiIM KKAL, KSTATK. ~
<U! RAA CASH— BALANCE $30 PEK MONTH-
«u *'■*-'»' new 6-room cottage; bath: high basement -
near slat ii : large lot: price $.'6OO. jiUCLURh
FI ICII i ( ■>„ nay st. station. myl3 7t
A LAMEDA HARi."aINS— SJI7OO— LOT 25x145;
•TV nice modern ci ttage 4 rooms and bath; 1
block from Park st. : $250 cash: $25 per month. (4ls)
$2700 — Lot 33:4x126; 5 rooms and bath; on Cen-
tral aye.: $500: balance $30 per month. (No. 385)
$2750 — Lot 63x117: new modern cottage 5 rooms
and bath; 3 Dlocks from station; $600 cash: bal-
ance $40 per month. . /No It)
$31100- lot 27x115: new rory house 7 rooms
and bath at station: $600 c:^.. ■ $35 per month. (X)
$3750— L0t 50x108; fine new cottage 5 rooms and
bath; 1 block from station; all street work done;
fine bargain; $600 cash; $10 per month. (No 391)
$4000- Lot 50x125; tine new modern 2-story
house 7 rooms and bath on Central aye. on easy
. terms: a good bargain. (No. 413)
$6300— Lot 50x150; sunny corner: near station; 2-
story house 8 rooms and bath; flue grounds- cheap
and favorable terms. (No 33)
$7800-I.ot 60x150; elegant new 2-story house 10
rooms, with stable; well located; part cash. (401)
Houses built to suit; 15 per cent down, balance,
easy installments; cheap lots In all parts or Ala-
meda: houses to let and money to lean H. p
MoKKAL * Co.. 1428 Park st., Alaineda, and 402
Montgomery St.. San Francisco. niy9 tt
OG I) t-.lt heal kstate.
gdejc'ctan, is the great railroad
and commercial center or the Inter-mountalu
country and without a rival between Denver and
San Francisco. Fortunes may be made by Investing
In ogdeu real estate now. For maps, c rculars eto
call or write, C. E. MAYNE * CO., 322 Montgomery
si.. San Francisco. Cm. myl 1 tf SuTuSa
tOUMIKYHKAL KSTATK.
flj; 1 i)~ EACH — BEAUTIFUL COLMA LOTS, 1
1 x*ju block from first station beyond city limit-
trains run to suit laboring and business people ; also
a new connection with 'bus line, connecting with
Mlssion-st. cars: only $50 cash; this Is a golden
opportunity to get a home; these lots will double In
value soon. my! 2 lm '
9() ACRES FINE FRUIT OR VINEYARD LAND
&\< foothills, 2 % miles from Los (iatos; will ex-
change lor city, Alameda or Oakland property. Ad-
dieas a WRIGHT. 718 Teiiuesseost. my 13 "I*
I IST LANDS FOR SALE: MAP OF STATE IN-
IJ eluded. BEVAN a CO.. 318 Kearny st. ml» It*
019(10 *° ACHES LEVEL RICH LAND AD-
t~x^j\'\J. joining town ami railroad: Vpner Call-
furnla; easy terms. BEVAN Jt. CO.. 318 Kearny. 1*
11 WOOD TIMBER LANDS IN MENDOCINO
-IV County iv lots to suit, 160 to 4000 acres, nt from
$8 to $10 per acre. ROTUERMEL & CO., 18 Mont-
gomi-ry st. myll3t
EAUTIFUL COUNTRY HOME NEAR CALIS-
1> to?a, Cal.; 240 acres or all good land; 90 acres
In high state of cultivation; new house of 8 rooms,
well linlsbcd; stone milk-house and laundry; large
barn and other outhouses; never-falling stream of
water running through the land near the house:
water piped through house and barn: yard aud gar-
den; sulphur spring: 7 acres full-bcarlug orchard
all kinds of choice fruit; 15 acres choice grapes and
1 acre blackberries: 7 head c ittle; 8 hogs; 1 double
team; large lot fowls, turkeys, geese aud chickens-
lot good furniture; carpenter tools: all farming
utensils, including 2 wagons and harness: school ad-
joining the place on good public road: will sell a
half If desired; must be sold within 90 days. Ap-
ply to my agent, (1. w. JOHNSON, lv Callstoga, CaL
J. H. !>.. Lock-box 27. my 10 9t
SCHOOL LANDS, $1 60 TO $3 AN ACRE; ON
very easy terms: sold by the State In tracts to
suit; no residence or Improvement required; all
kinds or lands. in many different counties; send
stamp for list. Open Monday, Wednesday and Satur-
day evenings. F W. LAKE, 6 Flood Building. 13 tt
AN ENGLISH GENTLEMAN LEAVING THE
State will sell his property at a sacrifice for cash
or good mortgages; Santa Clara Couuty stock, grain
and fruit farm, 1000 acres. $12 60 per acre; mock,
crop and Implements, low valuation; 16 acres,
Wrights Station, $400; 16 and 18 acres, San Jose,
part In rruil, $350 per acre; Monterey County, 640
acres, ISO in volunteer wheat, $16 per acre: 480 un-
improved. $5 per acre: livery stable, barn and cot-
tage, San Miguel, $jooo : also 3 lots, $700 each; also
some goou mines; two-thirds 'can remain on mort-
gage on any of these: particulars on ar plication.
Address A. W. 8., 2814 Sacramento st, San Fran-
cisco. ■ ■ , 28 tf
-'.( l( 10 SANTA ROSA; 43 ACRES; 16 ACRES
W"y UUI choice assorted fruits and Tines; cot-
tage, barn, horse, chickens, etc.; part cash or trade
for lots or house and lot
$25 per acre, worth $50: all lino land; 80 acres In
grain, alfalfa and corn; 250 acres In all: house 7
rooms, barn, etc. 2 streams running water; fronts
» 4 mile on county road: only lA miles from rail-
way station; 40 tons hay; 4 cattle, turkeys, geese,
chickens; Implements ail Included. W. J. OWYNN,
320^ Montgomery. my4tf
\\' E HAVE A CHOICE BS.LK.CTION OF COLONY
• •lands subdivided Into 6, 10 and 20 acre tracts
at the uniform price or $16 per acre: on easy In-
stallments; send for circulars. CALIFORNIA LAND
ASSOCIATION. 634 Market st. mr23 tf
r STOKAtSK. . .-. -
ACIFIO STORAGE CO., 301 "STOCKTON BT.: ■
1 furniture aim merchandise; advances made. 15 tf
FURNITURE STORED — STERLING FUBNI :
ture Co., 1039, 1041 Market, Uusentnal Bid..- 7 tf
' houses to LET.
at 1 H.<\ forTuknTtuke 7 roTimTTclear^
«IPi-UU Ing *25 per month. 1408 Mission. 13 3t«
Ol Q O'FAKRELL— NICE BAY-WINDOW UOrsE
Oi.a or 6 rooms, with carpets, shades, range, for
sale cheap: rent $35. - mylS tt
A'-ir. MINNA.: ABOVE FIFTH— HOUSE OF 6
*±Ol» rooms; bath and modern Improvements.!:! 3*
m STEVENSON, OFF TENTH-HOUSE OF 6
rooms; bath; $20. Inquire 820 /■■ Jessie st.,
off Ninth. my 13 at*
O>>9 GEARY, NEAR LARKIN, 7 ROOMS
4-and bath. $70: 1228 M. Bush, near Larltln,
6 rooms and bath, $37 50: 2432 Pine, nr. Pierce.
6 rooms and bath, $37 50; 2512 Mission, nr. 21st. 6
rooms and bath, $25 : 832 Page. nr. Scott. 6 rooms,
bath. $30; 2631 Mission, nr. 22d. 5 rooms and bath,
$17 60: 1506 Caiilornia. nr. 1-arkin. 7 rooms, bath.
$45: 310V 2 leaveuwortb.nr. Eddy, 7 rooms, bath.
$42 60: 1139 Valencia, near 23d. 7 rooms and
bath, $35: 525 V? Valencia, nr. 16ih, 5 rooms, bath.
$20: 20:16 I ■; i-.. in, ur. 17tb, 6 rooms and bath.
$16: 923 Valencia, nr. 21st, 9 rooms, bath. $50:
bS6'/ 2 Valencia, nr. 18th, Brooms, bath. $20: 350
24tn, nr. Treat aye., 6 rooms, bath, $25. YON
IiHEIN a CO.. 624 California st mylltt
(SO HOUSE OF 6 ROOMS. COR. GREENWICH
«!>«/. andKearny sts. Apply CAPP i CO., 415
Montgomery st. myll 31*
'«\|l') GOLDEN GATE AVE.-HOCSE.B ROOMS
jj.W^j aud bath; rent cheap. myll 3t*
VICE FLAT OF 6 ROOMS AND BATH. 223
i.' Pol* St., cor. Fulton; one block from New City
Hall. n . y 1•_
COTTAGE OF 3 ROOMS. APPLY AT 1621
\J O'Farrell ■ myll 3t»
A](\ TENTH- BAY-WINDOW lIOIiSE. 6 ROOMS
ttlWsnd bath, with all modern improvements;
rents_s25 J myll 3t»
(JjQO ,"A HANDSOME BAY-WINDOW HOUSE,
«iTO^j.«j\7. 6 rooms and alcove; all modern iiu-
provi'meiit«. Flllmore ami Sutter. myll 3t»
pOTTAOE-5 ROOMS IN BEAR. 104 FAIR
\J Oaks; sun all day. my 11 3t»
1 Q99 BRODERICK — ELEGANT 9- ROOM
1 >'_— bouse: suuny: rent reasonable; key gro-
cery. SHAINWALD, BCCKBEE 4: CO., 407 Mont-
gumery st. ■ my 10 7t
f |'O LET— DWELLING-HOUSE. 6B MINNA ST.,
-» bet. First and Second: 10 rooms; all Improve-
ments; $32 60; water extra. Apply to P. ('. MOL-
-I.OY, 138 Montgomery st. my 10 7t
C?l(; SUNNY HOUSE, 6 ROOMS; PLANKED
sjpJ-KJ. basement; yard. 133 Dolores, nr. 15ta.9 7»
Of I Q NICE COTTAGE: 5 LARGE ROOMS;
Xu . bath: large sunny yard: large cellar. Ap-
ply 711 Treat aye., bet. 2Uth and 21st sis. uiy9 tf
rpo I.I'.ASE-THE IKVINUTON, 418 ELLIS ST.;
-I 70 light and airy rooms; this house, recently
completed aud centrally located. Is made directly
convenient to all points of city by 3 systems of cable-
roads. Apply ou the premises. myB 7t
l'Jin VALENCIA ST.— 2-STORY HOUSE; 7
X tllvf rooms; bath; basement; garden. my 7 7t*
<Si]O 6 ROOMS, BASEMENT, YARD. 81 PARK
«J I O. aye., between Harrison and Bryant sts. 6 tf
KKNTS REDUCED— YON SCHRODER
- Block, 2-story houses (if 9 rooms, bath, laundry,
etc., on Howard at., between Twenty-second and
Twenty-third.
Mats of 6, 7 and 8 rooms and bath each, on Capp
street.
The above property has Just been finished and Is
now ready for occupancy, and the
RENTS HAVE BEEN REDUCED.
They are positively the most complete residences
in the city, as no expense has been spared to make
ti.em comfortable, ornamental and convenient.
Sanitary plumbing, ornamental gas-fixtures and
mantels, and every Imaginable convenience. Apply
at once to O'FARKELL X LANG, 11 Montgomery
Street. my 4 tf
IS;7 i ROOMS, WITH WATER: 8% REED ST.
<1P I • Apply 1325 Washington .st., near Joues.ro.l tf
1 999 BUCHANAN^ SUNNY ROOMS; BATH;
Xi-ilj^ with latest Improvements. ap3otf
1 J Of' GOLDEN GATE AYE., N. SIDE; 8
X IOU rooms, bath and servant's room. ap26 tf
C;'> EJECTS BAD TENANTS; COLLECTIONS
«IT«JmaiHB. fogey's Collect'n Co.. 619 Montn'y. 9tf
FLATS TO LET.
OJ"t(9 £fl MODERN FLAT: 8 ROOMS: BATH;
ijO^.OU. 1128 V 2 Howardst. myl 3 7t»
Vice FLAT OF 4 rooms AND BATH to
A' quiet couple, nt Mission or north of Market:
rent not over $18. Address O. R., Box 113, Call,
Branch omce. ■ luy!3 2t»
Hi]*) (^ll FLAT 4 ROOMS AND YARD. IN
C-*-^- 1 good order. 1023 Vallejo st. m!3Bt»
41 7 BRYANT— UPPER OR LOWER FLOOR;
"1 I partly furnished or unfurnished. myl3 It*
UPPER FLAT, 9 ROOMS, BATH AND MODERN
w Improvements. Inquire alter 1. 412 Post.l 3 3*
1 LAT 4 ROOMS; RENT $12; NO CHILDREN.
I 714 Natoma St. my 13 3t»
SNOE-UPPER FLAT OF 6 ROOMS AND BATH;
water free: rent $25. Key at grocery. Fourteenth
and Noe sts. myl2 3t»
|'jn HAIGHT-FLAT OF 4 UNFURNISHED
UjV rooms with everything complete for house-
keeping; my! 2 8t«
l|(]Q HERMAN. NEAR WEBSTER, 3 BLOCKS S.
•i V'O of Haight— l flat, 6 rooms; all modern Im-
provements. ' inyllst*
<B{ I A VPi'ER FLAT: 4 ROOMS: 4 CLOSETS
\s\ 1"±. and hall. Harrison and Twenty-second. ll 3»
CORNER ARMY AND SANCHEZ. NEAE
■' Twenty-sixth, upper flat, 4 rooms; rent $11. 11 3»
FLAT OF 4 ROOMS TO LET, AND FURNITURE
for sale; rent $13. Call between 10 and 2 o'clock.
1606»j Stevenson st. myll 7t»
YEW UPPER FLAT: 726 FELL, BET WEBSTER
1' and Flllmore, N. side; sun all around; 7 rooms,
bath: all modern Improvements; store-room, yard ;
water free. Owner at 821 Golden Gale aye. 1 1 3t*
Cj|?n FOR SALE— PLEASANT UPPER FLAT
<DUU. of 4 sunny rooms; 2 rooms let that pay the
rent. 1137 Folsom. myll 3t*
LTPFEIt FLAT TO LET. 1025 POST ST., NEAR
> Polk. myll 3t»
UPPER FLAT OF ROOMS AND BATH; SUN
U all day. 104 Fair Oaks. myll 3t*
L'LEOANT FURNISHED BAY-WINDOW FLAT;
I > piano and bath. 151&1/2 Mission St., between
Eleventh and Twelfth. mylo 7t«
'> I .'• WALLER. NEAR FILLMORE -, FLAT, 5
O"-tU sunny rooms; latest Improvements: rent
$20. _ myl3 7t«
LOWER FLOOR: FURNISHED FOR HOUSE-
keeping. 509 Mason st. my 10
V KW FANCY FLATS. NE. (OR. ELEVENTH
A> and FolDom. being 241. 253 and 259 Elev-
enth st. and 1426, 1432. 1438 and 1444 Folsoln St.;
the most complete and positively cheapest flats In
the city; only 7 left out 01 40; patent sidewalk 400
feet long; see these elegant homes; fancy mirror
''Ms elegant gavflxtures. picture moldings,
speaking-tubes, wash-tubs and flue yards; 6 rooms
and bath each f rei;ti w?ter free. Apply to P.
C. MOLLOY. 13¥ Montgomery st7'-v niyg 7t
1 IIIARMINQ 7-ROOM FLAT, NW."oPR. VAN
V J Ness aye. and Fell St. ; 5 mantels ami all IT»J!£oie-
mi-nts; sun all day. Apply to P. C. MOLLOY, 13?
Montgomery st. my 9 7t
T\TEW FLAT, St. COR. TURK ST. AND SEY-
X> inourave. ; Brooms: all Improvements; large
yard: $27 60, water free: 1713 Turk st. Apply to
P. C. MOLLOY. 133 Montgomery st- ni)9 7t
•V'K'E FLAT, 5 ROOMS. ETC., 1010 BUCHANAN
Al st.; $22 60, wilier free. Apply 10 P. C. MOL-
LOY, 138 Montgomery St. my 9 7t
lit')"? CA FINE NEW FLAT; 1229 FELL ST.;
«■£.<£< .t)U. Brooms; batU. DKUCKER 4- PHIL-
LIPS, 642 California st. inr9 7t«
1 OWXB I LAT. 5 ROOMS AND BATH; MODERN
Jj liuproveni-iits; 1112 V? Hyde st., near California.
N. SCIILESINHEK. 304 Montgomery. n-y9 7t«
UPPKR FLAT: 823 BUSH; 5 ROOMS; BATH;
1 $30: also upper Mat. 1820 Hyde st.: 6 rooms
aud lath, $17: water free. HlorOLvS S. MILLER,
1208 I.eavenworth st. my 7 7t*
» FEW LEFT-NEW FLATS, OAK ST.. BET.
'» Franklin and Cough: 6 rooms and bath; all
latest improvements; sunny side. Agent O. 11.
IMBSIN a Co.. 14 Monteomery st. ania lin
IIKMSIiH) HOI SI'S.
HOUSe"^Ro6ms,"^URNI?iIED COMPLETE
for housekeeping. 675 Natoma. nr. Fifth. 13 3*
LE' iANTLY FURNISHED FLAT OF 6 ROOMS:
Jj cost $1:000; c- inplete for housekeeping: must
be sold Immediately 011 account of departure. Ad-
dress 11. R., Box 159. Call Branch Office. myl2 2t»
$')!£. COMPLETE AND GOOD FURNrrURE
V- •O. of modern 5 roomed flat; rent $19;
nioquct carpets: parlor all easy chairs; Wlnthrnp
range, etc. Address C. P.. Box 6, this ogi-e. 11 3t»
hINELY FURMSHED HOUSE OF 8 BOOMS;
laundry and bath: complete in all detail for the
summer months: 12 minutes from Market and
Kearuy sts. by cable-car: rent moderate; references
required. Address F. F., Box 155, Call Branch
Ofnce. myll at*
Ql Ol MISSION ST.— FOR SALE, NEW FUR-
t'-l«>; nlshed -window flat; 6 rooms and bath;
rent $30. myll 3t»
L'URN'ITURE OF S-ROOM FLAT FOR SALE;
_T rent cheap. 1120 Mission st. ay 11 3t«
BURNISHED HOUSE 8 ROOMS FOR SALE;
f rent $26. Inquire hardware-store, 139 Third. 7*
TO LET— FOR THE SUMMER: TWO HOUSES
near m. Helena; one furnished and one unfur-
nished. For particulars Inquire of George W. Fee
at St. Helena, or of U. O. Carr at Peoples Home
Savings liauk, this city. lnylO 9t*
/"IOTTAGE OF 3 ROOMS TO LET, AND HAND-
V J some carpets and furniture for sale. Apply 930
Twentieth St. mylO 4t»
L;UKNISHED COTTAGES; SAN RAFAEL; TO
1 let for the season; those elegant 5 and 6-room
cottages on Firth it.. San Rafael, known as the
Tamaipals cottages Apply to P. C. MOLLOY, 138
Montgomery st my 9 7t
Ii.MSHED HOUSE (10 ROOMS) TO LET— PA-
■s/ Cine Heights: marine view. 2607 Flllmore. 9 7*
lINITURE OF 8 ROOM HOUSE: ALMOST
new: 1 floor rays rent; bath and modern con-
veniences. 27 Taylor St. ; apply afternoon. my 7 7t*
-ROOM FLAT TO RENT; FURNISHED COM-
plete for housekeeping. 1720 Folsom. my 3 tr
IIIIOXS TO LK'l'.
c[t*Q*Ho WARD— CHEAP FURNJSUEIT FRONT
OxO mid rear housekeeping rooms. It*
9-> GEARY— I LAKGB UNFURNISHED ROOM:
J-i— first floor; suitable for office. my 13 st»
1 07 HYDE-2 UNFURNISHED SUNNY ROOMS;
-It/ 1 bath, closet; light housekeeping. myl.l 2t*
SMALL FAMILY CAN HAVE FURNISHED
rooms at a moderate price. Apply 42 Everett
St.. MRS. S. PETERSON. my_l3
/!*->£. JESSIE— FURNISHED SMALL ROOMS;
tOO sunny; private family: rent $1, $5, $6. 13 tf
1 J AC MISSION — FURNISHED SUNNY FRONT
I*3l/0 room; housekeeping or single; $10. 13 at*
1 49^\ HOWARD — 2 NICELY FURNISHED
1 i— O rooms; bath and gas; suitable for 1 or 2
persons. my! 3 2t«
AAQ TEHAMA-SUNNY FRONT ROOM; WELL
11U furnished; with use kitchen. myl3 3t*
lIQ'GLF.N (PARK AYE., OFF TWELFTH, BET
— < > Mission and Howard -Desirable rooms ;private
family. myl3 7t»
9llfi STOCKTON, COR. GEARY— SUNNY FOR-
ZiV\f nlshed single rooms ;upper floor;cheap.!3 7*
lit) EDDY — NEATLY FURNISHED SUNNY
xxO single rooms; $6, $8; gas. bath. ,myl3 2t*
Q'l A FOLSOM — 9 NICE HOUSEKEEPING
Out rooms: 110 children. - -■ myl3 3t*
1 '-U\(l PINE-SUNNY FRONT BOOMS: FUR-
-1 OUU nlshed : private family. my 13 7t*
101 a LOMBARD - NICELY FURNISHED
lull sunny rooms In a private family, to re-
spectable parties; good view and good healthy loca-
tion. ■■-■-■■■..■ - my 13 at*
QAQ FIFTH-LARGE ROOM WITH CLOSET
OV/O suitable for gentlemen or ladles, rent $7;
small front room, rent $3. - . ■--„ - 1 1* ■ .
-(((I UNION-SINGLE SUNNY FRONT ROOM;
lUt7s6. .... ■ ... m yl3 2t«
9(17 JONES - NEWLY FURNISHED SUNNY
id\J I suites and single rooms; references, my 13 7*
A 1 O SACRAMENTO. BET. : POWELL AND
t/l«J Stockton— 3 sunny rooms; large yard. 13 2t*
1 1» I WILLIAM. OFF GEARY; 2 SUNNY, FUR-
x i-J nlslird. front rooms; . double bed; 1 or 2
gentietiicn, or 111:111 and wife; with uso of kitchen. 3*
lIOOMS TO CONTINUED.
O9 SILVER-NICELY FURNISHED' HOUsE
"-1 keeping rooms: bath; no children. my! 3 3t*
1 o*> I LAHKIN, NEAR Sir tTER-SINGLK
J.U-i-1 room furnished; $5; gas and 13 __
1 (JDEVISADERO-A FURNISHED ROOM;
1-Übath; Halght-at cable. my! 3 at*
0 I 9.1 ESSIE. Ml. 4tii-J ROOMS, COMPLKTE
- >1 — for housekeeping. myl3 It*
Ql 4 ii'vvkli. -la'kge SUNNY ROOM: fur-
r msned ror_li,'h^ housekeeping; $!). myl33t*
1917 1 HOWARD-3 OR 4 FURNISHED BOOMS
x — I:i suitable for ii'itiseKecpiu*. It*
O-Q PtKi!Y. BETWEEN FOURTH AND FIFTH
—3 unfurnished rooms. niyl3 3t»
10 -57 r MISSI " I A AND SMALL ROOMS
'"' for gentlemen. myl;lst*
1 firtd 1- KAN KLIN - UNFURNISHED SUNNY
■ J - t -"-' front roum and kitchen; no children. 13 2*
3% , I '"' " 1 ""-« UNFURNISHED, $19; 3 PART-
«->—«-» ly furnish d. $12. niyl.(2t*
1 I (1 'LSOM-TO LKT: 3 UNFURNISHED
iuu rooms for housekeeping. inyl3 3t*
019 SIXTH— NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS
"'*■' for housekeeping; also single rooms. It*
&(• MONTH — BAY-WINDOW; FURNISHED:
IS><J other rooms $I. 747 1,-, Folaoin at. It*
CJ NEATLY FURNISHED SUNNY SINGLE
<|ptr. room. 1579 Folsom. near Eleventh. It*
799 GROVE (IN REAR)— 3 UNFURNISHED
I £i£i rooms; rent $» 50. myl3 3t«
107 ASH . AYE — 8 UNFURNISUED^ROOMS;
X\J bet. McAllister and Fulton. mylS
'-410 MONTGOMERY TvE.-F URN I SHED
"1» rooms from $1 a ween and upward. It*
7I c BUSH— 2 OR 3 SUNNY ROOMS; FUR-
i Xkj nlshed for ■ housekeeping. inylS 21*
QUO MISSION-FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET;
"»</ double and single. my 13 at*
QD9 FOLSOM-2 ROOMS FURNISHED FOR
<Ok>,u housekeeping: also bay-window room. 13 at*
790 HOWARD ST., NEAR THIRD — NICELY
I —\J furnished large sunny room. my! 3 3t*
"I AT y£ MASON*— 2 ROOMS, FURNISHED COM-
J \r 11 plete for housekeeping. inyl:* 3t*
*_)( HI THIRD- SUNNY FRONT HOUSEKEEPING
O\Ji/ rooms; also single rooms. It*
7(«C MARKET— CHEAP FURNISHED HOUSE-
-1 yJO keeping rooms, Including piano. myl:l 2t*
407 MINNA-LARGE FRONT ROOM AND
I kitchen: nicely furnished for housekeeping. 3*
C.l] MINNA-SUNNY FURNISHED ROOM FOR
tJ-l X housekeeping: 10: also single r00m. 12 2t«
I 09Q BSION— HANDSOME SUITE UNFUR-
-1 V/— '/ nlshed front parlors, with use of bath and
gas, and light housekeeping 11 required; $21.12 at*
4 'jr. OEABY— NEWLY FURNISHED DOUBLE
"» rooms, suitable for 2: also single. my 12 st*
(?>)1 CALIFORNIA, NEAR KEARNY -NICE
VJ-*± front room; 1 or 2 gen U. myl2 st*
C 1 7 LEAVES WORTH-THREE UNFURNISHED
Oil rooms for housekeeping. my 12 3t*
'.}*■> A MCALLISTER — AN ELEGANT FUR-
«->— t nlslied sunny front suite- my! 2 at»
IjiU'RNISHED ROOMS COMPLETE FOR 11OUSE-
J keeping. Inquire 702 Broadway. myll 3t*
79^ BRANNAN, ABOVE SIXTH-LARGE BED-
-1 +.O room and kitchen; furnished; $8. m>l2 st»
•J.C FIFTH— FURNISHED SINGLE:
«-«-> also housekeeping; 3 partly furuished.l2 21*
'J'>l TURK— OK 3 NICELY FURNISHED
00 i rooms for housekeeping. my 12 st*
F.')X STEVKN.SON-BED-ROOM; FURNISHED 1
O-.U or 2; *7 a month. my 13 3t*
-/', • BRYANT. BET. 4TH AND 6TH-2
I \JU rooms, furnished complete for housekeeping
private family. my! 2 m*
7 f' 9 BKYANT.NKAR 6TH-SI'NNY ROOM FUR-
I U-j nlshed for housekeeping; bath; *8. 12 tf
01 RUBS, OFF HOWARD. BET. SIXTH AND
01 Seventh— FurnUiied sunny front room and
small back, room. 5 1 ? 11 St*
9 OR 3 UNFURNISHED ROOMS. HOUSEKEEP-
— lug: bath; sunny side; cheap. 1908 Sutler. 11 7*
A"I 7 MONTGOMERY— SUNNY FRONT ROOM,
J-I I furnished; also single; $4 and $5. myll it*
7 WALL PLACE, OFF GOLDEN GATE AYE., BE-
I tween Hyde and I.eavenworth— One furnished
room; suitable for two gentlemen; rent $10. list*
Qf'9l MISSION— SUNNY FURNISHED HOUSE-
QUwa keeping rooms. rnyllst*
Q/lQ FIFTH-2 FURNISHED ROOMS COM-
"v» plete for housekeeping; rent cheap, myll 3t*
«39Q O'FARRELL — SUNNY SINGLE FRONT
«J^-O room; rent reasonable. myll 3t«
(' 1 A NINETEENTH— S FRONT SUNNY FUR-
m" nished rooms, housekeeping; rent $35.11 4t*
Ac 9 JESSIE— a FURNISHED ROOMS, GEN-
Iu- t lumen; private family; no children; also
unfurnished front parlor. myll 3t*
1 1 A TURK— HANDSOME SUITE; SUITABLE
X Itj gentlemen; also housekeeping flat, myll 31*
$11 2 SUNNY FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
<*p It. housekeeping 448^ Third st. myll st*
990 LEAVEN WORTH, NEAR EDDY — FUR-
—— »> nished front room, with bath attached; also
a few other rooms for light housekeeping, tnyll 3t*
1 109 HOWARD — 3 UNTUBNISHED BUNNY
11-*— bay-window rooms. myll 3t*
111 HOWARD-SUNNY FURNISHED FRONT
11V/ room; suitable for one or two; S3. myll 3l #
5V A MINNA — NICELY FURNISHED SUNNY
tl » rooms in a respectable private family; rent
reasonable. myll Bt*
JO CLEMENTINA — 4 LARGE UNFURNISHED
\t*i sunny rooms. myll 3t*
•>i TURK-NICE PLEASANT FRONT ROOM to
OJ- let. myll at*
A\ (' POST-3 SUNNY NICELY FURNIBHED
IU rooms for light bousekeenlng. mvll at*
9AQ SEVENTH— 2 FURNISHED HOLSEKEEI--
J-\JO Ing rooms, bath. $15: trout room, $U. 11 3t»
19Q SECOND— 2 SUNNY ROOMS, COMPLETELY
-l_t furnished for houseaeeplng. myll st*
1 90Q HOWARD, NEAR EIGHTH— 2 PLEAS-
X •— xl * ' ant furnished rooms for light housekeep-
Ing: quiet house; no children. niylO tf
I 9 MASON — SUNNY SINGLE FURNISHED
i & rooms; $8 to $I -: also transient. my 10 tf
enn WASHINGTON — SUNNY OFFICES AND
U\>~ uufurnisheJ housekeeping rooms: running
water. niylO 7t»
1 I (| FIFTH — NEWLY FURNISHED SUNNY
1 XV rooms; both single and en suite; middle flat;
house just built. my!o
• > : TWELFTH— HANDSOME PARLOR SUITE:
0~l use of kitchen and other conveniences. 10 St*
8 9A FOLSOM. NEAR FOURTH -$1 AWEEK
O— \J and up: furnished rooms. mylotf
1 /■",(! HOWARD — LARGE FRONT ROOMS.
IV/oU furnished: also housekeeping rooms. 9tf
-w^l FOLSOM-2 SINGLE. NEWLY FUR-
O I rns'*££<* rooms for gentlemen; private family;
$5 and $ii|/er.r,v..:jj . my 9 tf
7 A A POST. COR. JowafcJUQnDLBOOMg WITH
I UU or without boaid: references eicualSi>!4L 7 *
AOA SECOND— FURNISHED AND UNFUR-~
~»i nlshed rooms to let. iiiyjt
99/ 1 SIXTEENTH - SUNNY FRONT KOOM
— — " with usa of kitchen. ■ my 9 st*
CjlO 2LARGEFURMSir*:D HOUSEKEEPING
O ' *-- rooms; sun all day; no children. 2t>lti
Larkln street. ■ myB tt
O9Q THIRD - SUNNY FURNISHED HOUSE-
U—U keeping rooms; rent $6. 111 2 tf
9'_>9 SIXTH— FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET-
«-.«->— quiet home. myB 7t*
f»V>9 HOWARD-2 FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
V»>— housekeeping; hot and cold water. myB 7t*
DEVON, 1130 MARKET, 23 TUEK-FUR-
XJ nlshed suites and single; transients. my 7 lin
AO SIXTH-FURNISHED BOOMS BY THE
10 day, weet or month; also rooms suitable for
offices. MRS. FKAZIER. my 7
>_>'_> SIXTH (THE HILLSDALE)-ELEGANTLY
00 furnished sunny rooms, single or en suite;
transient; elevator. my 7 lm
1 MS MCALLISTER, OPP. NEW CITY HALL—
JLOO Furnished lower floor for housekeeping; also
alcove and single rooms. my 7 7t
1 9 CLEVELAND, BELOW FOLSOM. NR. 7TH—
X— Furnished housekeeping sn^te; $12. my 7 if
A SPACIOUS, SUNNY BAY-WINDOW ROOMS:
rt new range; Washington st., near Powell: rent
$26. Apply J. E. BROWN. 622 Clay St. roy7 tf
Ul](i O'FARRELL - SUNNY PARLORS; SEP-
arate or cnsulte: gas. bath, flowrs, yard, *26 tf
1 '- > (59 A MARKET-SUNNY FURNISHED
I«<Uwrooms; single; en suite; also front suite,
suitable for doctor or dentist. iny-l 14t*
91 PROSPECT PLACE — HOUSEKEEPING,
— 1 pleasant, sunny rooms; furnished or unf.ir-
Dished. uiya tf
1 /lO MCALLISTER— A VARIETY OF CHOICE
IVO sunny rooms; single and en suite, myl lm*
f?AX nTtoma-furnisiied FRONT ROOMS
U»» for housekeeping; also single. ap3u tf
a£9A SUITE OF 3 ROOMS, FIRST FLOOR;
*W£.\J. sun all day; water free. 620 Washington
at.; office. No. 5. ap2U tt
KA') STOCKTON— LARGE SUNNY ROOMS; SIN-
O\J-J gle and en suite; everything new. ap2is lin
fiVA EDDY-LARGE FRONT ROOMS; ALSO
V>—U double back room; board. ap3s lm
'-41 0 ELLIS— ELEGANTLY FURNISHED PAR-
*JX\J lor floor for housekeeping; alsosunnyalcovc-
will be vacant May Ist. ap24 lm
1 1 •> LARKIN-HOUSEKEEPINO ROOMS, NEW
X I 0 ly furnished: other rooms. ap24 tf
1 IU d CALIFORNIA-ELEGANT ALCOVE, $20;
■lUX 1 * sunny single rooms, $7, $8, $a. ap22 tt
1 00S VAN ' !SKSS - ELEGANT FURNISHED
X\J\JO parlors en suite; single; sunny.- lm
6 O'FARRELL— 1 FURNISHED AND 8 FUR
v> nlshed single rooms: all sunny; cheap. apl7 tt
91 U \ GJOD ROOMS AT LOW RATES-718 HOW.
4*\i\J ard st.,nr. Third: gas and water In each room;
reading-room and bath free; linen changed dally;
house open all ulght- best beds In the world.ap2o tt
Q 1 9 SUTTKR-PARLOR SUITE, 4 KOOMS, TO
OX & gentlemen, or housekeeping. mr2o tf
1 (14 KEARNY, OPP. WHITE HOUSE-FRONT
X\JrX suite and kitchen: $20 ; top floor. mr4 tf
710 POST.BET.JONESANDLEAVENWORTH:
I J-O large finely furnished alcove room. apl3tf
49Q LARKIN-TWO SUNNY ROOMS FUR-
______lshctl for housekeeping. - aplO tt
1 9'-{P; MARKET ST.. INDIANAPOLIS HOUSE-
Jl £.\>O furnished sunny rooms to let. ap4 tt
yOSKMITE HOUSE, 1045 MARKET ST., BET.
X Slith and Seventh: 35c to $1 per night; per week,
$1 60 to $6: single and en suite: families. inrl tf
9(iU GRANT AYE., NR. POST-SUNNY FUR-
nlshed suite and single room. ap7tf
_^BOAHIJI.NU ■ AND . IiOOMS.
1 7^'-^ HOWARD-LARGE NEWLY FURNISH-
X I UO ed sunny room; aUo single room: private
family ; board It desired. myll 3t*
1199LARKIN ST.-SUNNY FRONT ROOMS,
J.J. 4.4 with or without board. mylO 14t»
CVI LOWELL, NR. CALIIORNIA-DOUBLE OR
*-'— * single rooms: marine view; board optional.
ILLIAM3 HOUSE, 122 TAYLOR ST.-FIKST-
"' class transient meals, 25c; room and board by
the day, week or mouth, $1 and $1 50 per day. lo lvi
1 An van NESS AYE.— SINGLE AND DOUBLE
X\Ji/ rooms; board; day board. myB lit
OLIVER HOUSE, 899 PINE, COR. MASON;
A under new management; elegant rooms; first-
class board ; as a desirable family house it must be
seen to be appreciated ; reference required, my 7 tf
HE VENDOME, 725 PINE . ST., CHANGED
hands; newly and beautifully furnished sunny
rooms; table board. MRS. E. A. CHURCH. ap2t»lm*
Of\n FULTON ST.— SUNNY BAY-WINDOW PAR-
OUU lor, nicely furnished: board optional, myl 14
rpilE MARIPOSA. 824 LAUUNA— FINE SUITES;
i. first-class board; terms moderate. no 7 tf
ARLINGTON ■ HOUSE. 127 KEARNY-PLEAS-
ant sunny rooms, en unite and single; Drstcuus
; :n every respect; terms rc.-Uiuauis. ; ,: jalOct |
KOOMB TO IKT-CONTrNTJEn.
TJ OTEI. CLARENDON, 674 FOLSoS"sT7ru*NI>ER
-LI new management: European and American
plan; sunny rooms: everything first-class- special
rates to tourists; take Howard-st. cable to Second
»'reet. : ap2o lm
AI Q BUTTER, HOTEL ELSMERE - NICELY
tJ (J furnished sunny bay-wlmlow suites with
board; hot Li.it us and use of parlors for #50, $ot>
and $75 per month; also bright single rooms, $30,
»JS. 10; everything home-like and nrst-class.al9 tf
* MERICAN EXCHANGE HOTEL, 319 AND SSI
■£*. Sa:isonie ft.. San Francisco; board and room
4 1 and $1 CO per day; free coach, wit. MONT-
IiOMIiKY, proprietor. jy2l tf
SINGLE ROOMS 150 A NIGHT. LINDELL
House, cor. Sixth anil Howanl. Hull tf .
ONT'iOJIEUY'S TEMPERANCE HOTEL, 227
and 229 Second st Kiujle loeala 25c ; board aud
room per day, 75c to $1; by the weeic. *1 to *5; trs*
cnach to :iml from the hotel. aivj I tt
VillLllUKN ISOAUDEU.
UiASANT,^^ SUNNY^CHILDREN^S HOME IN
piivuto family; terms $12. Address E. X, Box
160, Pali. Brauch Otßce. my 13 7t*
RESPECTABLE LADY WISHES TO TAKE 1 OS
JV 2 children to board; a mother's care assured.
Anply 721 I'rfpnuL 111 V 10
AUillillA KOOMS AND HO! SKS.
QINGLE FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING KOOMS;
y~J 15:<1 Thir.l aye.: Alameda. mvll 7t»
isV|KKELh"r~iu>us£;s.
To KFjTTTirTniIUiETE^TIIE^EIsTDENCK
of the late C. H. HEi.GES, situated 011 College
aye., within a mile of the State University; h..us-
contains all modern Improvements; stable, eh cken
houses, etc. -.:< res of land with tine orchard con-
tain ng 11 varieties of choicest fruits: view u--
surpassed ; easy of access by both br..ad and uarruw-
Kauge lallroails. Address communications A. L. H..
Box 12. thlsomre. niyl()st»
BIOHKS TO 1.1-. T.
HALF or- FINE STORE, OOMPLBTB Foil
business, with choice living rooms. Apply 74
Ninth st. my 13 3t
I ["INK LARGE STORE, COR. BRYANT AND lill.-
-± bert sU., between Sixth and Seventh, my 13 3t*
TORE. TO LET— LARGE STORE, WITH 3 LIV-
O Ing rooms, or separate. 215 U'Farrell st. It*
CORNER STORE. 3 ROOMS AND STAHI.K
near a large public school; only $1 1. J. JONES
NW. cor. Noeand Twenty-sixth sts.,l block from
Castro-st. cars. lt»
TORE AND 4 GOOD LIVING UOOMS. 1423
Valencia st, 12 2t*
Oh :!( OR. FRONT AN D CALIFORNIA: Colt
California and Kearny; (JIB- Bansome, near
Jackson, top floor. VU.N KIIEIN it 10 524 Cnli-
forma st. my 1 1 tt
<->9X I.AROE STORK; 4 ROOMS; GAS AM*>
_•». water: largestable. 202 Twenty-thlrd.ll7«
CORNER STORE, 6 ROOMS AND STABLE.
\J 1321 Twenty-fourth St.: rent $25. myll 3t»
ffl; II • STOKE AMI 2 ROOMS. LAKKI .
ym. St., near California. myll tf
LOFT TO LKT-lIETXG SECOND FLOOR OF
1 building. 683 Mission st., bet. First anil Second:
suitable for light manufacturing; 40U0 square leef
thoroughly lighted. Apply to P. C. iIOLLOY, 138
Montgomery st. my 10 71
TV EW CORNER STORE AND BASEMENT— THK
-!-> handsomest corner store mid basement in thu
city: 2 show-windows and 2 rooms to store: coatly
cement floor In basement! 400 feu patent sidewalk;
on the handsomest block of 50 bouses In the city;
grandest opening In town for a .No. I saloon or drug-
store; 5 years' lease at low rent to the right man
Apply to P. V. MOLLOr, 138 Montgomery st. in97t
YEW STORE AND 2 BOOMS, 1525J/4 MISSION
X' st., near Twelfth: »18: free water. Apply to
r. 0, MOLLOV, 138 Montgomery st. myU 7t
9 NEW STOKES, 19 AND 23 FRANKLIN ST.,
— near Market; suitable for barber-shop or dress-
making; rent $16. Apply to G. H. UMIiSEN A CO.,
14 Montgomery st. my 9 lot*
STORE TO LET; KENT REASONABLE. Al - -
ply 604 Hayeg st. my 9 7t»
TWO SPACIOUS STORES, 120 FEET DEKP-
JL easy terms. 416 and 4iuv a Ellis. mi-8 7t
CORNER STORE: ELEGANT LOCATION: VAN
J Ness aye. and Grove st. Inquire at MADISON
A BURKES. my 7 7t»
TO LET-Sl5 SANSOME. NEAR JACKSON: 1
floor, 2109 Mission, nr. 17th, $30. YON KIIMN
4 CO., 524 California. myStf
AHGE DOUBLE STOKE. 846-9JB HOWARD
> st.. ne.tr Sixth: rent $50. my:" tf
Otr M '1«» L.r;T.
rioUNER~SUrm^FURNISHED OR UNFtJIT-
\J nlshed, for ofllees. 118 Fifth St., top flat. 13 7t
3 ROOMS, SUITABLE FOR OFFICES OR CLLI:
O rooms. 17 Powell st. inyl3 6t*
2 LARGE BAY-WINDOW SUITES SUITABLE
for Offices. 118 Fifth at., first flat. inyl3 7t«
BAY-WINDOW SUITE, GROUND FLOOR, FOR.
doctor or dentist. 409 Mason »t. myH 7t
STOKE A.MJ t)FFIt!K V IXTUKKS.
BAR, STORE FIXTURES.SHOW CASEs7T>ESKsT
doors, sash, bought and sold. Pioneer store, Vi
and 27 Teuth st., formerly 1032 Market st. f'J'i tf
BAH FIXTURES, COUNTERS. SHKLVImT
show-cases, sash-dofn*. etft.. at WJLS I'oet we I«j3tf
I 111KAFE8T PLACK I'OB COUNTER.S. BHELVES.
\J snow-cases: offices A- stores fitted. 334 Ueary. ate
SEVERAL NEW BAR-FIXTURES FOR SALB;
■tores and offices i.tted up at the Isatdivm Ou-
|hiiHt-»I;o|i. :-t I i» Suiter at.: show room 818 Ufary.ti
SUAIM Kit KKSdUTS.
KEN FIELD HALL, '2% MILES FROM SANTA
J\- Rosa; beautiful grounds: lovely sconery; mod-
em house: lofty ruoins. MRS. A. SOLOMON, llox
%•!•!, Sauta Kosa. royll 14t
AETNA HOT MINERAL hPRINOB.THE AMKIiI"
can Ems: water unequaled on Pacinc Coast rod
will relieve or cure all curable dlseaitm. Write for
circulars to \v. 11. UDELL, Napa Co., Cal. mioini
GLEN ELLEN, SONOMA CO., TO BENTI UK.
uisfaed bouse of 8 rooms; terms reasonable. Ad-
dre ■ House, Glen Mien, Cal. mylO 7t
S WANTON HOUSE. PKSCADERO. SAN MATEO
County, Cal.: the favoriut resort of the PaclUc
Coa>t; hotel and cottages all newly furnished;
lovely grounds; also the famoui pebbly beach,
where irre found agates, opals, topaz, moonstones,
emeralds, water crystals and many other precious
stones; good trout fishing and wild game; board
reasonable; special rales lor families. MBS. B. w.
WAX TON. my 7 tf _
t<VL MONTE" HOTEL, SAUSALITO - HOT
J-i salt-water baths. my 3 4 mo
UIET HOME FOR A FKW HOARDERS IN
Browns Valley. Address MRS. C. Wright,
Browns Valley. Address MRS. L. C. WlilliHT,
f.apa. Cal. ap2s 28t*
T AUREL GLEN FRUIT FARM: GOOD ACC
X i inodatlons. Address P. O. Hot 159. Napa Clty.6ra
rpAMALPAIS VILLA. TAMALPAIS STATION.
I Ross Valley, nr. .San Rafael; salt water bathing:
commodious grounds: flue drives: puvlllon: take
Sautailto ferry. MUS. PETER .SMITH. |>roprlftre»<
KUUCAIIONAL,
LOCKWOOD STUDIO, 333" HAHJHT Bt, •
j\^gf,',^,"gy'iuMlellng etc ; studies rented, myl.Uiu
f -on VEi:sA"Tio.VA!r~-f>ifi:-:«X : rt'; v£'r l;T .?~
\J piccolo (old anil new methu.li) tauTSf 1 1&Jg***
per lesson. W. FORD. HI" Pom st. myll 15t*-«_
ED. CRANDALL, TEACHER OF SIN Up NO. 402
■ Uolden Uateave. myll bin '
MARIE HALLS MUSIC PARLORS ; PIANO
harp aud vocal lessons. 121) Eddy st. apl» 12m
SF. SHORTHAND AND TVPB-WP.ITINO IN-
. stltute: (6 per month: Rcaruy St., cor. Clay
Pitman system: books, etc.. free: tv'gclasses. ni7 6m
LOCUTION, ORATORY AND DRAMATIC AUT-
-I all branches. OLY DURRELL. 527 Post, ala lni
QCHtKJLOF CIVIL, MININU AND MECHANICAL
CJ iaigineerlus. Surveying, Architecture, Draiviua
Aaaaylug. A.VANDERNAILLEN,723MarK't. 21 it
HI-AI.DS BUSHNES3 COLLEDE, 24 POST -ir
Double-entry book-keeping, penmanship. short-
Hand, type-writing, telegraphy, etc., all wcludaJij
bualne^s course under ova !ue of $75. joJU&f
PACIFIC BUSINESS COLLKUE. 320 TOST St.
J. Llfescholarsnin. *75: day ann evening. uc2J.:
ASTUOLOUIf.
ME. MOREAO, 73 FOURTH sfITKEVEALS
past, present and future: fee 25c; your fortune
by man 25c and 2 stamp ; charms given. myl3 4t*
LAIKVOYANT: FEE 25c; LADIES ONLY.
lU>>9Mi Howard st. n.yll 3t«
MME. EXODIUS, CLAIRVOYANT, .REMOVED
to 10S7 Market, bet. bth and 7th, Room a.alT tt
TIIK GREATEST FOBT ONE-TELLER IN TUX
-I city; reveals past, present and future. Call aad
sen MM K. ATLANTA, 32 Fourth at., Rooms 3 and 4,
D a. M. to 10 r. m. myß 6ui
A CUUSTASYBILLK, STAB FO RT UN K-TELLK R,
xl tells past, present and future: gives lucky
charms: Information on stocks and lottery. Ueuts tl,
ladles 50 cents, by letter 83U O'Farrell. uiyj) Bin
GREATEST rORTO.NE-TELLER INTHBCITJiT
VT reveals past, present and future. Call tad in
MISS l.iX.vM). 7S» Mission, near Fourth; tea,
UdlestUc; gentleman $1; lucky charms. myS lt
MMX. SIIM11), FROM VIENNA: MOST
nowned; revealing life's future events: la<(lessl,
gentlemen »'J, by mall #:<. office Mission. out tf
MME. DR. THOMAS, BCIENIIFIC YOU.\«i
revealer by rjrjs and cards: tells the entire lltj,
past, present, future; consultations on all al»ir>;
nothing excepted- name given, valual>laadvlc«ail
sure help; mistake Impossible written charts la
English and German; Imports genuine Hungarian
tiypsy Powder for love and luck; diseases cured;
(ee*l: letter** 89 Kwnv at. io-.i7l.iin
ritoros \i.-i.
tTRoT'oS'aTIS "for Annual Supp iles~for the S,~IC
X Marine Corps, Headquarters U. S. Marine Corps,
Quartermaster's Office, Washington, D. C, April 14,
1890.— SKALKD PROPOSALS' In duplicate will be
received at this office until 19 o'clock M. of the 17tu
day or May next, for furnishing RATIONS, and un-
til 13 o'llo.kM. or the 10th day or May next lor
furnishing FUEL, and until 12 o'clock M. or the
20tb day of May next, for furnishing PORAOE, to
the United States Marine Corps, at one or more of
following stations, from the Ist July, 1890, to the
:iOth June. 1891, viz,: PORTSMOUTH, N. II
CIIARLESTOWN, MASS.. BROOKLYN, N. y"
PHILADELPHIA and LEAGUE ISLAND PA
ANNAPOLIS, MD., WASHINGTON. I). C..' NOR-
FOLK. VA., PENBACOLA, FLA., and MARK
ISLAND, CAI.. Sealed nroposals will also be re-
ceived at this office until Vi o'clock M. of the '.'lst
day of Mar next, for furnishing SUPPLIES, eonslst-
Ing of Cloths, Kerseys, Flannels, Blankets. Hats,
Helmets, Military Stores, Brooms, Brushes, etc.. to
be delivered at the office or the Assistant Quarter-
master, Phlladeli hla. Pa. Sealed proposals will also
be received at this office until 13 o'clock M. of the
22d day of May next, for furnishing STATION KEY.
to do delivered at the office of the Quartermaster,
Washington, D. C. All surpile.l to be delivered at
the places named, free of expense to tho United
States. Specifications, blank forms of proposals, and
all Information can be obtained upon application at
any of the stations named above, or at ih office of
the Quartermaster, Washington, D. C.and Assistant
Quartermaster's ORlce, 210 South Second street,
Philadelphia, Pa. This office reserves the right to
reject any and all bids, and to waive detects, and
bids from manufacturers of, or regular dealers In
supplies only will be considered. Bids accepted,
and contracts awarded, subject to an appropriation
by Congress to meet the expense. Proposals may
be made for one or more articles, deliverable at one
or more stations, and will be considered separately
for each article and place of delivery. They should
be endorsed "Proposals for Rations, Fuel, Forage,
Supplies, or Stationery." as the case maybe, and ad-
dressed to Major H. H. low RY. Quartermaster U. 8.
Marine Corps, Washington, P. 0. Api» Tv It
ATTOKNBY3-AT-I.AW.
VdVICK FREE;" "DIVORCES A SPECIALTY?
■t\. privately; 15 days: legal everywhere; do
charge unless successful; probate, collections, etc.;
responsible attorneys; all courts; terms reasonable:
established 10 yrs. O. W. HOWE, 30 Kearnyst.l9 «
ADVICE FREE; DIVORCES A SPECIALTY;
privately obtained: quickest time; legal every-
where; terms liberal; no charge unless successful;
probate. Insolvency, collections, etc T. jsnuley.
Attorneys* Association, 11 Kearny at. mr9 tf
W.Vt. DAVIDSON. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, 430
. California St.. Rooms 11-15: advice free. d3tt
Classified Advertisements Continued on th»
'■'.■'-' Sixth' Pago. ~f{ :
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