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ItI'SINI'SS CHAVCoS, I
tt.li|(l ''•'' TCIiERS. AITKNTIOS - FIRST
«i I'M i. class corner shop north ot Market st •
one <f the bist-paylng in the city; has trade $S5 to
$100 per da) ■; very fine team: trade of the vervheit
fanniles In Western Addition: rent clleaii with
good stable: is a bargain seldom met with: must bj
sold at once: make an offer- terms e-.sv-i.-i.
STEWART. 135 Kearny at. 5 '
. - !. Uh blll 'ard and club rooms- vara
handsome place; one of the best locations- i lsrie
;'n'.s, i T.o v , B ura l r s.:i ,cli: ow " er °" c oI '"«»*«"
most popular saloon men in the ciiy, wants to get
l»aesa»Sr?i?*2!S n ' Hn V P"iner: > exT«.,foce Sot
metlme- 5 ,Vo , V^ 1 ." l! n> ' 55 *» » chance of a
Sin l.^ lt l- Mh, lt ,> ''*'tlculars of GEO.
»!*,« Ai.i, l.ii Kiarny st l t
Sp2s() c °MMISSIOB "bUslne"sS PARTNER
« i r,, * wa " led : well-established trade; clears
$ 50 per month, and the only object or tak ne a
laSSe.2 ,o , f , ,lr ' h " ioerease the name, cvervthmg
lxve helr,°"J"'', f " r » li,r ''*'*" 1 " "l"* increasei nuurt
iiaveaelp; prerers partner to keeping a clerk- good
< fv w W ;" lt 'r 11 ,V , f re Ina " m <"ie): no uight or Sou
se? gfo : s i "fix A V HT 1B f«"S- a " a btst of **efe**euces.
L '• ■ o s i l- \\ ALT . 135 Kearny st. It
"Tt) SELL OUT YOUR BUSINESS pIioMPTLY
lie- M. ' R °i t .'i > - '' "*• BAKNARD. 1148 Market sL.
ue.. Mssunaod 'iavlor: e»tabllslieii ISSH. It*
.ttVIWWI NEWSPAPER ROUTES InlTaiT
,- "-" l "• vertislng agency In large country
town; pays clear $150 mouth, and Increasing. 1.
I). Barnard, 1140. Market St., near Taylor. It*
Ssl r il>M THEAIRICAL BUSINESS: PART-
V. A-fj\.i\t. nor wanted: pays clear over $600
mouth. I. D. BARNARD. 1148 Market st.. near
lay. or. lt .
ttiN'vO ' VVu " I> AND COAL: HAY INTEREST;
•JIUtJV. old stand: hest locatiun In town. I. D.
Uvltn a R I >.. 1 1 ; s Marketst.. near Taylor. Is*
tt I "v( ii » ' "i-*dIUAL MA N I PAOTOBING
•„ ivJV'VJ. business: partner wanted for a third
interest; best chance In the State: entire monopoly
will pn> imiui nse prom.s; no limn to Increase I fa'
BARNARD. 11 48 Market St.. near Taylor. ' it*
SR -Vi' I "''" P?*U<*t*>: OBOOEBY AMD BAB;
SL . , ' I' 1 ""*" location: best bargain ever of
l?^A: RNAiM, I ?, 0 , r A i , Cc ! lvlnß room * '"eluded. I.
1148 Market St.. nr. laylor. lt*
S ( ')( 10 K OU £ A^ u BABSAOl! s roBE; POBl
-♦_ \jtt\j. tive barg.iln; fine horse and wagon: mak
,","-; ','";"«> : established 10 years. 1. D. BARNARD,
1 148 Market St.. near Taylor. It*
C. 1■! ' E -Al. UN-"! - SURE BARGAIN. I. D.
BARNARD. 1148 Market St., near Taylor. It*
S'l- UN— BEST LOCATION ON THIRD 8T •
$000. HEALEY. 1004 Market st. It*"
SslT'll) HOTEL AT POTRERi); 14 ROOMS
ot.„ II- l" £"l ,! l reasons for selling; genuine bar-
Raln. W. F. HEALEY, 1(104 Marketst. it*
•Srsl '")((() ItEKK "ALL; NFAR MARKET ST.:
sglv'UU. liiTestlgate. HEALEY. 1004 Market.l*
ttl-vA BRANCH BAKERY AHD VABIETT
<l. 100. store. FLETCHER. 9D5 Market St. 2t*
*'-»(>(! ,11V il 'oNT SALOON AND RESTAU
% OV/U. rant. H.EI'CHER. HB5 Market st. 2t«
•*! -il QKOOBBT AND BAR: DOING UOOD
vgiAUV. busiuess. FLETCHER, 095 Market. 2t*
S2OO WK^K^ANDCHiiPBOUSBs ABABB
k*VU. chance^_Fl^TcUER L b9s Market St. 2t*
SR'l(lll CIOAB-BTOBE ON MARKET ST.: BIG
sgsaw. bargala. FLBTCBEB, 595 Market st. 2t*
"POR SALE-AN Old! ESTABLISHED SALOON
A and lunch-bouse; doing a fair business snd sit
uated in a good location: Eood bargain nnd splen
did chance to make money; rent reasonable; 8
rooms, all oi • uj'ied: most tie sold oa eceouat of
going into ether biisiness; investigate, as this Isa
gei.ulne bargain. 427 Fourth st. de'JSST*
KI'.STAURANT FOR SALE CHEAP. 205
1 jhnrd st. de' 23 3t*
LOR SAI.F-t 111 l KEN-RANCH. WITH GOOD
a house aad 15 r.cics ground. Call at butcher
shop. Tenth and Harrison sts. deSS 3t*
PARTNER WANTED - UKXTLK.MA.n" WITH
A $sOoeasb.ln fine paying business. Address li.
B- Box 95. Call Branch Olßce. de 23 3t*
Ml si BE BOLD THIS WEEK-AT COST,
stock and fixtures; rare chance; man and wife,
i r: nch oltiee. d.-jli 7t*
CALOON FOX SALE— FINE CORNER: MUST
k~ sell on accui.it ol other busiuess. Apply Call
BraaehOffli c. de-j;; :u*
C-'J.-.n PARTNER WANTED IN sTvLOcInT
•"-tgHiuvJ. no night nor Sunday work: most take
charge of bar; no agents wanted. Apply Call
Mraaca Office. de' 23 2t*
Pol -AI.K-TINNING AND PLUMBING Ton's".
with good jobbing-shop: old stand. Inintr.- :'- J7
Sutter SL de'Jl Ht*
STOI X AND FIXTURES OF A CANDY FAC
lory and Ice-cream parlor: opposite ascbootol
1400 children: rent $10. store with 3 rooms. Apply
on premises. 004 v. Geary st. de' 23 tf
•OFift EOR SALE. AT A SACRIFICE-TA
«IT— 00. ilety, candy and Ice-cream parlor: ill.
aesscaose ot sale. 442 Sixth sL lt*
ttM'lll PARTNER WANTEDIN AI.I Gill" AMI"
%pO<J\J. ger.tt-el cash business, established eight
years; can guarantee at least Slut) par month on sa
average tbe year round: preseut owner responsible
ln every particular: any man ot ordinary intelli
gence can tilt the position; no nlgbt or Sunday
work: former experience not nesessarv: a thorough
Investigation and trial liefore you buy. W. L.
GLEASON. 1020 Market St.. Room* 1. It*
(9<)Cn HALF INTEREST IN A GENTS'
♦IT—— OV'. furnishing and hat store on one of the
bes: streets in O-Uand: thoroughly established:
pays $100 a month net: stock on hand as per in
voice biiis. $5u00: a mau understanding the fur
nishl Rg bostaeas preferred. OCCIDENTAL LAND
< P.. 2,15 Kearny st. no3ll 1 it SuTuTh
tt'illll UUJlli RESTAURANT FOR SALE: IN
tirO\i\J. a fine location; doing a trade of at least
$12 a day and clearing at the rate or $60 a month;
tie's ness of owner tho ouly cause for sell In;;: a most
thorough investigation snowed. Apply K. KENNY,
22 Kearny St. de' 23 tf
QT'Jnil PARTNER WANTED TO ASSIST IN
*„ 1 «UU, attending a plain barln one of ihe best
business locations in San Francisco, clearing $500
l^r month over and above ali expenses: owner is a
1 1. or i. ughly reliable man. and has a sure :i:n! wuaia
uent trade ; he is tired of depending on hired tn-lp.
aod n ishes the assistance of a partner lo look after
the business in the daytime: you call hays a trial
or this business antl! fully sattsaed bef-.-re buying,
aud you cat. learn the business if not already posted.
Apply K. XL nn v. 22 Kearny at. di-17 tt
tt ".I 111 I'AKIM.R W \N 1 l.ii IN ONE Or THE
#4. t)"'V'. bt-st.;sy iii^ ca-h businesses In tbls city,
witn a large trade, bnth here and Ia the country;
established 10 years, aud clearing at least $250 per
month over all expenses, which will be fuily
proven; no previous experience required, as the
duties are plain and easily learned: must be or
steady habits; busiuess is sure to double luslde of
one year: owner prefers a partner to dependlug
upon hired help. App'.y K. KENNY. 22 Kearny, tf
ttJflOA PARTNER WANTED (A GRAND
0 IUUU. opportunity) to assist iv looking after
the hired help and the office, etc.. lv one of the very
best livery aud boarding stables ln tbls portiou of
rhe Stale: doing a very large business, and is clear
ing $500 per month over all expenses, which will be
fully proven by a trial for 30 days before yon buy:
large and first-class stock of horses, rockaways,
bn.-gies, etc: has been kept by present owner for 20
years: has concluded to take a partner to relieve
him of a portiou of the work. Apply K. KENNY,
22 Kearny St. tf
tt.i.Nil PARTNER WANTED TO ASSIST 7.N
<?'.)•#' '• tending to the bar iv a tine Uqaof saloon
and bil Hard-room In one or tbe best locations In this
city: clearing at least $200 per month; owner is
thoroughly reliable and is one or the best-knnwn
and most popular men in this city: he bas concluded
to no longer depend upon hired help; incoming
man must be of sober habits; tbls Is a plain busl
aeas. and owner will teach you how to attend bar if
uot already posted. Apply K. KENNY. 2'J Kearny, tf
0~ PPORTUNITY TO PURCHASE LEGITIMATE
business: raying big; small capltat required.
Address (aplttl. Box 91, Call Branch Office. 22 3t
tt""llA SALOON IN NEIGHBORING I.AR'.E
V I UU. country town. Inquire wholesale liquor
store, 112 laylor st. de'J2 31*
FOB SAI .E— WHOLE OR HALF INTEREST IN
pood-pay log coffee and chop bouse, centrally lo
cated; one block off Market st. inquire 40 'I bird
street. de' 22 7t*
01.-)" CIGAR STORE — SPLENDID OI'TT IB-
Cl—o. tunity. Apply 210 Grant aye. de'J2 3t*
ONUti-PAYING RESTAURANT I'OR LITTLE
O money: mu«t sell: rent low: best aecnni modu
li, ms ; living room. 1149 Market st. de'JJ 3t*
C~iOAR-STOKE-CLEARIN« $60 PER MONTH;
J rent $11 60. 33 Second st. de'J 'J 3t«
T EST CIGAB-STOBJS: LIVING ROOM: CAUSE
i»",cknt-s.; big bargain. 143 Second St. de 22 lit*
C'.'slkfl SALOON"; BARGAIN THIS DAY. Mc-
JPUUV. LAUGHLIN, 20 Kearny st, de' 22 2s*
IIARTIES WI IH SMALL MEANS WHO HAVE
BOt used their rights to public lands will lin-1 It
to'tLeir interest lo call at Room 1.638 Kearuy 21 4*
1 r, A SALOON AND b KOOMS: DOING GOOD
iy i OV. business. 41 4'/.. Sixth St. d c2 l st«
/ • KOCERY AND BAR - FOR~ SALE. APPLY AT
SJ 313 Sixth st., cor. of .Shipley. de' 22 7t*
G; I C'(\(\ GROCERY AND BAB. CLEARING
dIIOUU. $200 monthly: will exchange for real
esta'c; forced to sell. MORROW A CO., 901 Mar
let_sL de 22 31*
tU'OMA COFFEE SALOON, NR. R R. DEPOT:
-J-OUU.g.M.d bargain. Mi 'KUOW, 901 Mkt.22_2*
[TOB BALK— GROCERY AND LIQUOR STOKE.
J? with 4 rooms downstairs and large hall up
stairs; rented and paying well ; at the terminus or
a street-car line now about to be converted Into a
i.iiilt-; retiring from business cause of sale. Apply
Call Branch Ofhce. de2 l 3t»
OOD RESTAURANT FOR SALE. CHEAP;
with 3 furnished rooms; sickness cause selling.
Apply 144 First St. de'Jl 3t*
Fill! I OURAFH GALLERY, WITHOUT I.NSlltc
meuts: cheap. Inquire O. VOSS, S4l Mission
street. de'Jl 7t*
TKICTLY COFFEE PARLORS: HONEST VAL
ue at $1600, clearing $200 a month, to ex
change for lodging-house about same value: owuer
bas to leave family for a time and tbe business aaa>
not be successfully run with solely hired help Is the
only reason for this offer. Address o. F.. Box 100,
Call Branch Office. de'Jl 3t*
ttl'AA SALOON, PRINCIPAL STREET: OI.D
-iJpUUI*. established, paying business: disagree
ment cause sale. Mi LAUGHLIN. 'JB Kearny. 21 4*
K~~ ESTAURANT DOING A FINE CASH Busi
ness: sell rbeap. 227 Third st. de2o 7t*
O LET— SALOON; GOOD WILL AND Fix
tures for sale: islabllshed over 20 yesrs. In
quire 350 Brannan SL de'JO 7t*
L'lßS'l -CLASS ""OYSTER AND CHOI' HOUSE;
J clearing $250. 121 Fifth St. de'Jll 7t*
| OR SALE-WELL-PAYINO BOTTLED-BKER
1' route. Apply 1201 Polk St. de'JO 14t*
tit ANTED— FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE TO HE.
II velop and perrect Invention. Address It. H..
1043-1045 Market sL de'JO 16t»
(v.l /ill OOOD BARGAIN: PAYING COFFEE
3fc J UH. saloon, with 4 rurnished rooms. Address
li. P., Box 41, this office; de! 9 6t*
u,-|./i FOP. SALE-HALF- INTEREST IN A
,"»>' 'I . paying legitimate business; having large
rlty and country trade: splendid opportunity for a
steady man to make money. Full particulars of J.
is. MIHAN. 622 Clay st. de! 9 6t»
Q;r~f:(\ CORNER GROCERY AND BAR: MUST
i) 7 i O\J. sell on account of other business. Apply
this omce. de 18 101*
C'HM KEN RANCH FOR SALE; RENT $5. IN
) quire 552 Fuurth st. de! 7 7t*
LOU SALE-THE WHOLE OR A HALF INTER-
I' est In nn old established liquor saloon. In the
vlclnlly ol Fourth and Market sts.: a bargain for
casn.orwill exebaogo in part for approved city
property: no agents. Address J. D., Box 128, Call
liianeh office. oel7 tf
BARBERSHOP: FIRST-CLASS BUSINESS TO
let. Mission road: also blacksmith-shop; month
rent free. Apply Five-mile House. de! 7 7t»
"LOR SALE-THE WELL-KNOWN NATIONAL
L Hotel. 512 Bush St.: containing 38 rooms: bas
been kept hy preseut owuer ueaily 8 years; sells
accouut other business. Anply to tho owner,
BSJBBBT WIENKKE; no agents. dels 16t»
UAKTMK WANTED-SALOON AND BOARD-
J lug-house. 208 Steuart st. delB 7t»
1~ >ARINER IN MANUFACTURING BUSINESS:
flavoring extracts, etc. 37 Eddy st. de! 4 tl
, T'OK SALE-ABMALL WEEKLY PUBLICATION,
T in. Hilling plant; at present on a paying basis:
price $300. Address X-.Jlox 27, thLs omce, dell tf
B^UTc"h"ERSBijP FOR BENT. 1636 DuLORES
sL, aear Twenty-ninth. no' 22 tt
__BTJSINESS I HAXCES-COJiTIMED.
$900 '« AL P°? 0N mai^eTstTdoimTa
i7vw4Vl.% e "SPS"*** sickness cause of selling.
M. LESS ft CO.. 17 Fourth St. it*
SfS'lO '." UNIi: UROCERY AND BAR. WITH
,tR ,-V," * " vln S rooms; a bargain. M. LESS ft
CO.. 17 Fuurth st. lt *
C-ALIiON FORSAI.E IN SONOMA. FOR PAR
kJ tlculars apply at International Beer Hall. 922
Mantel st. eV2 v2t *
OHJ. " ESTABLISHED GENERAL MERCiTan"
oWi'" lp . try soods, notions, glassware: must sell.
li..s Seventeenth st. nol2 tr
PARTNER FOR GOOD-rAYINU MANUFACTURE
a ing business to keep books und selling. 142
Ilaneiort Uinidinir. dVTtf
__^a>iikjingE^lJses~Foh SALrH
"VTOTICE-FOR BARGAIN 1 N LOIjTnN G^HO C S E
Al see FLETCHER. 895 Market st, de'JJ 2t*
TJOUSE OF 15 ROOMS, PARTLY FURNISHED,
AJ- to lease to responsible parties only. Inquire
JoU Taj lor St., between 2 and 4 r. v. dels tf
IfOR SALE. A WELL FURnTsHED LCDtIING
a. bouse of 15 rooms in a first-class locality. Apply
334 Bush St. uel7 71* *
JL. CAHILL, 932 MISSION ST., ABOVE - U~ ST
• Mint; whitening, paper-hanglug, palming, jtm
'I'HE EVENING BULLETIN, PRICE REDUCED
J to 16 cents per w cok. delivered by earner to any
part or the city; the Bulletin is iho best, oldest
and largest evening paper published ou tne coast;
orders by postal-card or otherwise will receive
prompt attention, oihce li'J'J Montgomery st.
i'HiSi^il!? col: ■"•Tk."" -
YEW SOl'A-BED. GASOLINE STOV^~BEI>
■i-' ding, dishes: cheap. 240 Sixth. Room 8. 22 3t*
"LOR SALE, CHEAP— AN ELEGANT PARLOR
A set: 5 pieces; as good as new. 1404 Eleventh
st., Oaitland. ac2l 3t
I AAA IiOWAKD - SECOND-HAND rUßrtl
i v-UO lure; horse, wagon; no reasonablo' offer re
fused. Uel9 7t
i-OING TO CHICAGO! A CHANCE OPPOB
vs tunity to buy new, stylish and reliable rnriii
ture, carpets, etc.. at your own pr.ee, as no re ison
nble offer will be refused to January Ist. W. J,
HENEY A CO., 18 to 24 Ellis St. 24 tf
tt 1 (1 DOWN. BALANCE WEEKLY, WILL BUY
li lu > $50 Eastern folding-bod, oak or cherry.
ARONSON'S, 1310 Stockton St.; oc'JS bin
VEIVANII SECOND-HAND FURNITURE. CAR
■*■* pets, stoves, etc. MALONE, 34 lonrth. u.:'J4 Sin
A GOOD CHANCE-YOI'R HOC SK FURNISHED
-Jx complete with furnlure. carpets, stove-:, cur
tains, blankets, pictures and mirrors at cash prices
on easy installments: small deposit. M. FRIED
MAN A Co.'s. largest Installment boose on the
Coast, 228 aud 230 Stockton, and 237 lost St.; open
evenings: prompt attention paid to country orders.
DON'T FAIL TO VISIT THE STANILTrtDTuE
nlture Conipauy, 1015 Maces St., before fur
nlshlng your house or your rooms. sellftf
YEW CHAMBER SETS 0* T PISCES. CIS CASB
-l-V or Installment. WILI IV l.ui's. :>M Mission, tt
(VOUNTKY BUYERS V.'lSHlN'il SECOND-HAND
J furniture or carpets, at reduced prices, call a;
ROSENTHAL'S, UO Fourth sl .- satisfaction guaran
teed or money rctumied: goods shlpposl Ireo. uUr.'
STERLING 11 BNITURE CO.— CARPETS AND
furuitura 103'J aud IU4I Market st* Rosent'ial
55'idijig. au7 tt
A IL MY GOODS ARE DOWN TO BEti-ROCK
+ \ prices: parlor suits $25, ranges $0, new cham
ber sets complete $15: reductions all round; cash.ir
jjstailniensa. T il. NELSON, lad Fourth ss 30st
QMALL ADVERTISEMENTS AND SUIISCRIP
-0 tions taken at Call Branch ORices, 603 Larkln
St.. 339 Hayes sl aud Mlssiou sl.; open till
U:3O r. M.
t'Altl'T'lS.
ART SQUARES, tb: 1 1 1 { \ s S I . I . s~c3Jc"Tald]
s. \n . SHIREK, 1284 Stocktou st drio lra
-- l I.MS UN INSTALLMENTS WILL BUY
■ •'carpet-;: sold elsewhere at $1. ARONSON,
1810 Stockton sL oc2s 6mo
jSAHPEiS- SMI'IH'S BRI'SSELS. 65r A YARD;
V Installmenl price elsewhere $1 a yard. M
FRIEDMAN ft CO.. 328-230 st- -ckton. and 237 Post.
BRUSSELS 60c, OIL CLOTH 25r~ MATTING 150,
linoleum 5Ue. poles 25c. shades 25c, body Brus
sels 750; carpets, furniture, etc., ou easy terms.
NEWMAN PROS.. 117 SiXll: st. ocll tf
PIANOS. VIOLINbTaXD SHEET MlisTc\
BYRON MAUZY, AGENT SOHMER, Cll \SL
Bros., Newby ft Evans. 30S Post sL my 22 tf
FINE UI'RIGHIT Ml ST BE SOLD. CALL AT
105 Polk St. rte'JH 3t«
HOLIDAY PIANOS CHEAP: CASH OR I.N STA 1.1.
- SCHMIT/. 1438 M irket, nr. 10th. oes tf
ttlV^N EINE STEINWAY PIANO; MUST BE
tgl 10. sold. 144 1 Market SL de-. I
PIANO TEACHER FROM LEIPSIC CONSEBVA
tory o! Music; $1 pr lesson. 528 Hayes. de'Jl 9*
LINE BTEINWAS UPRIGHT AT A SACRIFICE.
J 618 Haight st.. near Stelner. dels 7t*
\j EST PLACE ON THE COAST TO BUY A PIANO
I>orau organ. F. W. SPENCER ft CO.'S, 723 Mar
ket &L. sicond floor: pianos from $100: organsfrom
$50; leading makers; h;. est stock. ocl7tf
/ iN THE SECOND FLOOR oi' 'IHE lilSTollY
VJ Building wiil be found bargains in pianos aud
organs or various makes. P. W. spencer a co.,
723 Market st., second iloor. 0c24 it
• N UPRIGHT PIANO, $75. P. W. SPENCER**
■•■x CO., 723 Market St., History Building, second
floor. dell tf
A N ELEGANT PARLOR ORGAN. $40. F. W.
£x. SPEN CERA CO, 7-3 Market, sec nd floor. 14 tf
p BICKERING PIANO, NO. 43.284: BUT LITTLE
*^used; bargain. F. W. SPENCER ft Ci... 723
Market St.. second floor. d-lltr
STEIN WAV PARLOR GRAND: BABB CHANCE.
F. w. SPENCER A CO., 723 Market St., second
floor. del t tf
pONOVER BROS.' UPRIGHT; NEARLI NEW.
v. F. W. SPENCER ft CO.. 723 Market st , second
floor. del! tf
HALLET ft DAVIS AND KIMBALL PIANO ANO
Organ Agency. W. G. BADGER. 725 Markot st. tf
L INE CABINET GRAND; MUST BE SOLD; SEE
1 it belore you buy. 'J3 Fifth St.. opp. Mint. null tt
HEMMEft LONG PIANOS; WAREROOMS ftjTs
Polk St., cor. Clay; sold on installmeuts: send
I r illustrated catalogue and terms. del tf
SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OK NEW AND SBC
ond-hand pianos oi prominent makes: dou't fail
to Inspect our stock. T. il ANTISELL i'lano Coni
pany. Odd Fellows' Hall. Seventh A Market, sell If
LAV. IT-JO Mls^l'iN ST. -MANUFACTURER OF
J celebrated hay Piano; medal at Mechanics' Fair:
pew, second-hand piaaos, ta good condition, 3lm
HALLETT A CIM-IoN PIANO. $100rBRAD
bury. $lb'0: Schoiusckcr. $250: all lv lirst-class
condition; open eve'gs. FAY. 1729 Misslou. ai.JT dm
HORN UNO'S UPRIGHT'TiANOS: - MOST BRILL
lan*. ;.:,il powerful. 817 Mission st. no'JB tr
CB. CHASE ft CO., AGENTS WHEELOCK.
other pianos. 727 >t.i: :..-:. n'J6 tf
ivARGAINS IN* SECONDHAND PIANOS - AT
J KOHLER ft CHASE'S. 1041 Market SL au'Jt tr
DECKER BROS.* M A l'Tll LESS PJJja.NOS.
KOHLER ft CHASE. 1041 Market St. aafi tt
CTECK, HARDMAN. VOSE AND STERLIN3
vJ pianos sold on $10 monthly Installments BENJ.
CURTAZ ft SON, sole ageuts, 20 O'Farrell SL au7:t
rp I I.LM A N-MAN UEACTi'RER OFTHECH KXT
X est and best pianos. 2004 Market sL oelo tf
LA L. NEUMANN PIANOS; A~NE\V SHIPMENT
J. • just arrived. 82 Ninth st. au'JO tf
JUST RECEIVED"! 10 GOOD SECOND-HAND
pianos: terms low. STATHAM. 1322 Market, att
DECKER ft; SON'S PIANOS. MUSICAL IN'STRuT
ments, and full stock of 10c sheet-uiusic. ZENO
MAU VAIS MUSIC CO.. 769 Market St. Jyl 1 tf
A RE YOU LOOKING jTOBAiioME'.' x!L' ILD IN
2\ Lakeview. oc7 tr
HE EVENING BULLETIN. PRICE REDUCED
to 15 cents per week, delivered by carrier to any
part of the city; the Builetiu is the best, oi lost
and largest evening paper published on the coast:
orders by postal-card or otherwise will receive
prompt attea tion. offlco 023" Montgomery st,
HOI'.SKS,
2 OOOD HORSES. COAL-YARD, LYON ST.. BET.
Sutter and Bush. de'Jll 7l*
IT OK SALE-A NICE, GENTLE. SOUND - AND
r stylish lady's horse; single rooter.»7B4 Folsoin
Btreet. .h-j:; 2t*
f<OB SALE— BEA VY PL()W TEAM, $175; EASY
Insialiments. Address HoOGKAMI.R, 3.10 line
st.. Room 11. iiejl nt*
f 'HEAP TEAM OF MULES, EXPRESS SPRIN~
V wagon aud burse. Apply to HENRY M.GLIRI-;,
NE cor. Duucan aud Church sts. de'Jl 3t*
JUST ARRIVED FROM THE COUNTRY. 15
head of tiie finest selected horses th-it ever came
to tills market; 1 pair of truck horses (3200 poundsi,
3 pair of carriage horses, I pair ol seal browns
(lfii/s tiands, 5 years old and fine steppers). 1 pair
of very stylish bays (IB hands and 1 Inch high, re-
Cable for family use), 1 pair of dark bays (10 hands,
5 years old and stylish for doctor or private family
and t.ue roadsters), 5 head of horses, averaging
from 1300 to 1400 pounds; also mares heavy lv
fold, weight from 145U to 1600 pounds, at 1919
Howard st. dc! 7 14t
rpO OWNERS OF CARRIAGE AND ROAD
1 horses— 'lhe Souther Farm lias every facility for
giviug tin' best of care and attention to all animals
sens there: everything nnder cover in storms.
Write for circulars and references to GILBEhT
TOMPKINS. Souther Farm. San Leandro. iio'J7 tf
lOR SALE— MISCELLANEOUS.
IT'IN E THOROUliilllTtErrENlTLTsllT'^?^^
X 9 Austin sL. near Larkln. de' 23 3t*
SALE-A GOOD 7-FOOT FRENCH"RANGE.
with pipe aud tank. Apply SW. cor. Fourth and
Berry sts^ de' 23 4t*
V I'.VFOCNDLAND PUPS. 102 SANJOSE AYE.,
Xv cor. Twenty-third sL: take Valencia cars. 21 6*
INCUBATORS CHEAP— I OXFORD INCUBATOR
for 800 eggs. $55: also 1 California for 350 eggs,
$30; both llkouew. To see Call at J. WIESINGER'S
Chicken Ranch, nest of Newbury Station, near
Berkeley. de'Jl 3t»
8 A '(, SHARES ELECTRIC INDICATOR CO.
'iO>.' stock; 15c share- CAHILL. 932 Mlssloo.3*
L'UU SALE— JERSEY • iff, WIT'IT^CALF 10
X days old: gentle and a good milker. Apply JAS.
J. Mc-KINNoN. 226 Dolores st., de'Jl 3t«
flfcTr. FIXTURES. RESTAURANT: i" FUR
»J) I tJ. nlshed rooms. Add. T., 80x 1, Call. 19 6*
lT|?sQl HOWARD-ONLY I'LACE PAYS iTTtill
_lUi_)o2 est price for cast-off clothing. Orders by
postal attended lo immediately. del 9 7t
1 flllll GUNS; HOLIDAY SALE AT SHREVE'S,
XUUU 526 Kearny st. deg lm
A NOVEL CHRISTMAS PRESENT— TIIK llAND
somest and most elaborate billiard tables ever
maiiutactiired here at half cost Inquire at P. LIE
BI.N I ELD'S warerooms, 945 Folsom St. no3o tf
SAFE, SCALE, LETTER-PRESS, STOKE- 1 RUoIi
and money-till, cheap. 102 Clay st. au2Btt
S HEPARD'S FOOT AND POWER LATHSi"
HICKS, agent. 667 Misslou St. 8027 SI
SECOND-HAND BOILERS. ENGINES, PUMPS,
sbafsiug, pulleys, belting, water pipes etc. HL>
IKTQ3H A WOI.PMAN. 1 :|7 Beam st- dot tt
FINANCIAL.
S~A<J~Kfin~(\(\(\ TO LOAltf'oNliiATciTKsTNO
iil.Ullu.VllU application received ror less
than $50110. R. SULLIVAN ft CO., 121 Post. d! 7 Dll
tt'-{ Fil"!!! ililll TO L "AN ON RANCHES;
»|P»>.vJUU.Ui-/U large sums below market rates.
JOHN T. LITTLE, 15 Sate Deposit llllll. l'g. dll) 3m
MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE C. 11.
81 KEKT ft CO.. 416 Montgomery sL no 7 tf
SAN FRANCISCO COLLATERAL LOAN BANK,
638 Kearny St., tbe only corporation that leuds
mouey on diamonds, watches: low Interest. oc4 tf
CABI'ENTEItS ANB BUILDERS.
BOEHRER * CO., CARFJ^TEBS AND
. Builders, 113 Leldesdorff st, §e3 tf
V.LA WBENCE. CARPENTER AND BUILDKB,"
. $18 Sacrameuto ss. ; cabiueS work and tilting iv
all si promptly atteudeil to: telephone 900- midst
MONEY TO LOAN.
O"~iT~2ND JaIJIsTOAISE"~oTt~NOTEB; ON IST
mortgage ti;.. 4. L. ISAACS 411 O'Farrell. ocJtf
THE MORNING CALL, SAN FRANCISCO. TUESDAY. DECEMBER 23, 1890-EIGHT PAGES.
CITT BEAL ESTATE.
tt '-> f\f\C\ IsTusrT.NKAB MISSION ; 2-STORY
iJJ.IOUI/. house ot 0 rooms and lot 25x80. G. H.
OMBggg St CO.. 14 Montgomery st. de'Jl at SuTnT
tt I illl PER FOOT— ASH HURY HEIGH IS; LOTS
lIP lUI I auy sixe. (i. U. UMBSEN A CO.. 14 Mont
gomery st. UellStSululb
Ofi'JPLflA KONDEI.L II.ACE, 2-STORY~" AND
tlpiiUUU. basement house in 3 teuements: rents
$15: 10t22:2xu'4. G. 11. UMBSEN A Co.. 14 Mout
go mery st. de2l 3t SuTufh
ttT^vOn AN ACTUAL GIVE-AWAY: 2 NICE
iiT I *JUV. bay-window flats on the sunny side or
Pine st.; each fiat -lias laundry, hath, stationary
wash-stands aud all the latest conveniences; brick
foundations, etc.; lot 27x87:6: rents $72 60, and
always rented: come and see these fine Ilats before
they are sold. G. U. UMBSEN A CO., 14 Jlolitgom
ery st. de2l 3t SuTul'h
fJMK AAil IMMENSE; THE CHOICEST LO-
W^lc'.v'llU. rated corner 50 vara in the West
ern Addition; fronts on three streets and line of
cabioroad; within 10 minutes' walk of Kearuy st.
G. 11. UMBSEN ec CO.. 14 Montgomery. 2l 3t SuTuTh
QIOX Afin »TOIQMS| MARKET ST.: 1-INE
IIT lk.ii.UUU. dowutowu business property;
sobstautial improvements; well rented. G. 11.
UMIiSEN A: CO.. 14 Montgoglnery St. 21 3t SuTuTh
<£'(i<-)-\l\ CHOICE LOCATION; ON LINE OF
«35U— JU. oak-st. cable, near Biiehauan; lot 27:6
SlSOtosrear street, and cottage of 4 rooms and
large haseinent: Tor a few days only. G. H. UMB
SEN Jt CO.. 14 Montgomery st. de'2l 3t SuTu ih
tt7"vA MUST BE SOLD; 15TH AYE, NEAR
tir t tJU. the Park: lot. 25x127:6; grand views of
the park drives, tho Golden Gate aud the city. G. H.
UMBSEN St CO., 14 .Moutgoinery sude2l 3t Su loi b
ttltf IDA BUSINESS LOCATION. ON UNION
iJUvutr, st.; new 2-story house in store aud fiat
and lot 20x62; brick foundations, etc.; rents $50.
H. H. UMBSEN A- CO.. 14 Montgomery st.2l 3lsiillith
ttll ADA ELEGANT; GOLDEN GATE AVB;
ij) 1 J.. UUU. 2 flats and large lot 30:9x137:6; on
the sunny side of street. G. H. UMBSEN st CO.,
14 Montgomery st. Ue'Jl 3t SuTuTh
ttS>AAA NEW HOUSE OK 8 ROOMS, LAUN
»Jp—UUU. dry. brick foundation, etc.; lot 25x70:
on Kennebec sL ; only halt cash required. G. H.
UMBSEN A CO., 14 Montgomery at.deJl 3t SuTuTh
tt'>9 P.AA cul< 1 Ll. AND~B~UCHANAN; 2
VAO.uUV. houses aud lot 66x120 to rear
streel: room for more bouses. G. H. UMBSEN St
CO.. 14 Montgomery sl de2l 3t SuTuTh
ttTAHA STEVENSON. NEAR 6TII: HOUSE
CP I I'l'U. in flats of 5 moms each: lot 25x75;
rents $50 per montb. G. H. UMi'SEN A Co.. 14
.Montgomery st. de'Jl 3t SuTuTh
!)>• »_> KliA TEUAMA ST., NEAR IST; DOUBLE
hi. use of 6 rooms each aud lot 25x7.;
rents SSO. G. H. LMBSENA CO., lsi Montgomery
streeL de2l 3t SuiuTh
tt'-'AI'A GILBERT ST.. NEAR BRYANT;
iITOIMIU. house ln 4 tenements, routine for *2S,
and lot 25xSO. G. H. UMBSEN A CO.. 14Montgom
ery st. de2l 3s Su 1 ul h
UJ-JUfUI VALLEY ST.. NEAR CHURCIT;
ij —.-.O\J . iiousi- ol 4 rooms: well ot water; lot
25:8x114. G. 11. UMBSEN A CO., 14 Montgomery
street. de'Jl 3t SuTuTh
ttKAAiI - N °E ST.. NEAR 15TB; LOl' 50HU5.
|.yt)UUU. G. H. UMUSEN A CO.. 14 Montgomery
stieet. de'2l 3t suTuTh
tt' A AAA UOR. FOLS.'IM AND 17TH; LOT
C^-iU.UUU. 245x191. G. H. UMBSEN A CO.,
14 Montgomery st. de'Jl 3t Su'l uTh
ff'hl IliiA COR. IUTH AND GUERRERO;
liPkiiJ.U'- <U. lot 86x80: fronting on 3 streelsand
lour 2-story brick bouses: total rents $90. G. H.
t 1 BSEN Sc CO., 14 Montgomery. de'Jl 3t SuTuTh
W s-I 1(1(1 SACRAMENTO ST., NEAR DUPONT;
tipOyjyJKJ. >story Urick house and lot 20x57:6;
le.its $65 per mouth. G. U. UMBSiIN A CvL. li
Moutgoinery st. de2l 3t Su 1 it I h
ttQIIAA I'OWI.LL ST., NEAR BROADWAY:
epOUUVr. bay-window hotiso of 11 rooms and
bath; lirli'K foundations, etc.; lot 22x65. G. H.
I .MBSEN a Co.. 14 Montgomery. de2l 3t SuTuTh
tti IDA A BARGAIN; ONLY A FEW LOTS
CpllUU. left lv that clioii-o block bounded by
Eureka and Diamond and Jtitli and 21st sts.;
lots ready for bulldlnf. g. il. UMBSEN a CO., 14
Montgomery sir,- -t, deal 3t snTuTli
ttl't'l'S'i liABBE LOT 50x100 ON OAK ST..
IiJM.WU! ■ . near Cole, opposite tho park; ready ror
building. G. H. UMBSEN A CO., 14 Montgomery
street. de'Jl 3t SuT'nTn
WILLOW AYE., NEAR VALENCIA;
tk ')iJVI\J. 2 cottages of 4 rooms each; and lot
SaslOO to aa alley; rents $26: $1500 can remain at
6 percent. G. H. UMBSEN A CO., 14 Montgomery
streeL de'Jl st SuiuTh
ttIA ELEGANT MANSION ON CIIAT-
O 1 t '.iJV'U. tanooga st., uear 2:ld : contains
12 rooms and bath and ail modern conveniences:
1r..-!ii':i rau,re; laundry, conservatory, etc. ; lot 53x
150. 11. U. UMBSEN St CO., 14 Montgomery
street. dej I 3t SuTuTh
v'l'r.n STH. NEAR FOLSOM; LOT 20x05.
V«)llJU. G. H. UMBSEN A CO.. 14 Montgum
ery st. de'Jl 3t Sn lo I'll
tt('"N(iA CALIFORNIA-STREET LOT, NEAR
tipVOW. stelner; size 31:1V2»137:6. ii. H.
i ->ii;s!._n a i it.. 14 Montgomery, deal St SuTul'h
tt-lOliA A BARGAIN; 2 BAY-WINDOW
H, IOUU. Ilats on Chattanooga St.; lot 24:8i/f,x
117:6 feet: rent $32; brick foundation, etc. G. 11.
LMBSEN A CO., 14 Muntgumory. d.-Jl Bt SuTuTh
ttltd AAA A RARE t HANI X: LARGE COR
OUVI.UUU. ner lot. 82:6x1-0. fronting on 3
streeis: only 2 blocks from Market St. and 1 block
from City Hall and Mechanics' pavilion. G. 11.
UMBSEN A CO., 14 Montgomery st.d'Jl nt SuTuTh
il'>"i 11111 l l MORE LEFT; DOWNTOWN
iiT Ik-tr.UllUk business property; only 1 block
from Market and Kearny sis.; lair liiiprovcuictils;
bringing in $7200 per aiit.uiu : lot 1-10:6x137 :6. with
I. 37:6x22. G. li. UMBSEN A CO.. 14 Montgomery
Itreet de'Jl at SuTu in
tt|AAA CASB: ANOIHKK BARGAIN; CoE
*4p 1 UUU ncr and 2 lots: ouly 1 block from Point
l.obos aye. and sheltered from the wind; tine view;
balance ca. i remain at 7 per ceuL G. U. UMBSEN
a Co. . 14 Montgomery st. de'Jl lit SuiuTh
tt 9.4-1 1 A UNPKEi ED ENTED; LOT 33:6x484
IIT-k-'iwU. and cottage of 4 rooms and large base
ment: near Valencia ami 16tb sts. G. 11. UMBSEN
a l .•.. 14 Moiitgomerj st. de'Jl 3t SuTuTh
tt'*7"iA UHEaP: 2 -STORY HOUSE OF 8
ijltj I OU. rooms aud balh: on sumiv side of 16th
-l.,neai Market: 25x105. G. H. UMBSEN A CO.,
14 Moutgoinery st. de'Jl 3t SuTuTh
It 9ft A A MUST GO: NEW BAY-WINDOW
$ —UUU. cottage of 5 rooms md balh: brick
I. n; inlai ions, etc., aud lot 25x114; on the sunny side
of Day St., near Sanchez; easy terms. G. 11. CSlti-
SEN A CO.. 14 Montgomery st. de'Jl 3t SuTu Ili
C'J'IWI LOOK AT THIS; OVER 1 PEBOKNT
iuvJclUU.nct on the Investment : 2 houses and
oue of 8 rooms and one of 6 roonis: rents $44; lot
25x75: Hsrrisoii are., near Folsom and 7th sls.
G. H. UMBEen a CO.. 14 Mouigoniery. 31 SuTuTh
ttJl ( A A BARGAIN; VALLEJO ST.. NR
oJxXV'U. .lones: 2-story bay-window h-mse of 7
rooms and bath, laundry, etc.; lot 26x60: part cash,
loj I. I MBSEN A CO., 14 Montgomery. 21 3 Su I uTh
ttll !\(\ COR. SACRAMEN IO AND LE ROY
'- "IIfJU. pi., near Leavenwoi th; 2 houses, rent
ing for $34 per mouth: lot 20x70. G. H. UMBSEN
A CO.. 14 Montgomery st, de'Jl lit sn I n In
ttQ'>-"A FULTON, NEAR STANYAN; LOT
.^POJiuU. 75x137:6. G. H. UMBSEN A CO.. 14
Montgomeiy st. de'Jl 3t SuTuTh
ttl7 r \OA r "H EDDY ANDSIEINER; TWO
»U? 1 • iUul'. 2-story houses: 1 In store and Hat
and 1 residence; lot 37:6x87:6: rents $120. G. H.
I'M I SEN St CO., 14 Montgomery sLdeai 3t SuTuTh
tt<-l All A I* OST . NEAR WEBSTER; 3-STORY
tiP*J\J\'\.i. bay-window house in 3 flats; brick
folindatiuu. etc.; lot 25x137:0; rents $75. G. H.
UMBSEN A CO.. 14 Montgomery. de2l 3t SuTuTh
ttll oAA COR - SUITER AND CENTRAL
tipAX .O\J\J. aye.: 3 houses and lot. 53:11x66:5:
rents $75. G. H. UMBSEN A CO.. 14 Montgomery
street. de'Jl lit SuTuTh
tt' it'll I EACH —OS IHE INSTALLMENT
iiT «->ULm' plan; tine new bay-window cottages ol
6 rm. ins and bath: br clt foundations and ali the
latest modern improvements; only 10 steps from
the 21tti-st. branch ot the Howard-st. cable ro-.d. G.
H. UMBSEN .v CO., 14 Montgomery .dill St SuTuTh
tt'' lAA A PICK-UP: LOT 24x135, ON CASTRO
OkjTUU. St., near IStb; Ilats Will rent readily In
tbis location. G. 11. LMBSEN a Co., 14Montgomery
streeL dejl Bt SnTn in "
tt 1 Xli'l EACH-lilLI. ST., NEAR CASTRO; 2
IOMOUUIcts. each 25x114. 0. 11. UMBSEN A
CO.. 14 Montgomeiy st. ?5 2 L'L t s "TuTh
tt'»">|| 'ASH. BALANCE IN EASY MONTHLY
iiT— *J< ' or quarterly payments.wlll buy a $500 lot
in the "Nob Hill" block ol University Heights, on
Silver aye.. nr. Misslon-st. cable extension; every
lot on the grade and ready to build on; will more
tlian double in value Inside >.r 2 years. Call, fur all
particulars, on S. MOSGROVE. 630 Market. deJl 7t
tt ' A P\AA 85x137:6: N. SIDE OF BuTsH ST..
tip lU.iIUU. nr. Scott; Methodist Church prop
erty; church to be moved: tbls propirty Is ottered
at a bargain; go and see It. S. MOSGEOVK, 630
Market st. de'Jl 3t
ttToAA 32:10x05; MARKET ST., BET. ItfTH
tin I c/VIU. and 17th: has a spleudliTTjusiuess fu
ture, s. .MOSi, ROVE, 630 Market si. de'Jllit
ttfiliA KACIi-2 LOTS. 27x100 EACH; M Sl'.,
iJT/U'IU bit. 13th and 14th ayes.: grand riew: a
.splendid buy. S. MOSGROVE. 630 Market. de2l St
tt*'AAA 5»i87:6: _ LABMN ST., BET. FIL
»3SoUUU. hen and Greenwich: grandest view In
the city of tne hay, Golden Gate and Marin County
shore. S. MOSGROVE, 630 Market st. de'Jl Bt
ttJA AAA 34:1x160: MISSION, THROUGH
tjrlo.UUU. to Minna, br-t. 4tb and sth; a siiien
dld piece of business property; will pay tv improve.
S. MOSGROVE, BSD Mai kit St. dc'Jl 3t
ttJT.IIA 25x79 .AND I M PEO VKmV NTS:
ilTi^tiJUU. William st., bet. Geary and O'Farrell,
'I aylor and Jones; rents steady for $4'J per month ;
this Is Inside properly and very cheap, s. .Mos-
GROVE, 630 Market st. de'Jllit
<&Q9^A A BIG BARGAIN; 120x125} WORTH
jjpOkjtJU. gt., il ir -J j.i and Douglass: buy ll and
hold a while and you will double your mouoy. s.
.MOSGROVE, 630 Market st. de'Jl 3t
tt 1 AAA EACH; 25x100; HARRISON, BET.
tip I UUU 21st and 22d: on tbe grade and ready
to build ou; very cheap at $1600 a lot. S. Mos
u'ltui E. 630 Market st. de2l at
Stop paytmTrents and secure one of
these for a home.
'I ake the McAllister-st. car to terminus and see
that handsome block of cotbiges; 10 more now
completed and for sale on easy terms.
These are bay-window cottages or 5 and 7 roonis
and bath, with all modern Improvements and iron
rences, artificial stone sidewalks: only a few sleps
Iroin Golden Gate I'ark.wlth magnificent marino
view: no portion of our city is brlug built up so
rapidly os the I'ark district; now Is your chance to
secure a home lv a locality that will double In value
ln a few years.
And as i can and will mako terms to suit rail aud
we will try and make some satisfactory arrange
ments, for tho only way to get a fcouie of your own
is to stop paying to a landlord.
This property is at tne terminus of McAllister St.,
which car will take you to the buildings. Apply on
premises any day Irom 8 to 4 o'clock. J. M. COM
ERFORD. builder and dealer In real estate. nol& tf
tti A PvdA FIRST-CLASS RESIDENCE WITH
«fI*IU.«JVIU. 10 sunny rooms all day: new. with
all modern improvements; line view and flower
garden. 202 Broderick St., near Halglit. de'JO 7t<
J7or"saT^— ON EASY TERMS: I>ON'T~FaTITO
I took at tlio ■-; liaudsouie cottages In Comerrord's
Lew block at terminus of McAlllster-sL cars; grand
inaiiiuc view; only a fow sleps from Golden Gate
Park. Apply ou premises, J. M. COMERFORD.IS tf
flfcQilA - LOT 60x125 IN EAST BERKELEY; 5
■oP O' ' U . in Intites' walk from stattou : $10 monthly.
$150-Corner: 60x150.
$400-Corner: 100x170; easy terms.
$75—1-0125x125; $5 monthly.
New houses aud cboice lots for ssle on Install
reenrs. PHELPS ft RICHARDS, owners, Berkeley
Station or 11 Montgomery St., 8, F. Qel3 tf
ffij I 7ft $25 CASH; $6 PER MONTH; ONLY A
tip I I O. tew leit: one block from Junctlouof Msr
ket-st. extension and boulevard; will only last a
few days longer. MiOARVIE ft CO., 628 Market
St., opp. Palace HoteL aol9 tf
U»"l PER WEEK BUS A~i.Ol' IN THE TOWN
H, I of Swasey.32B Montgomery. Room 2. del 9 tt
•J(\Q FELL ST.. NEAR GOUGH: LOT 27:6x120
»>v/0 to rear street; front and rear bouses: 4 fiats
and store; rents $100. de'Jl 3t*
STOP PAYING RENT, AND SECURE ONE OF
those cosy cottages of 5 or 7 rooms and bath, In
Comerlord's new block, at the Mc A lllster-st. en
trance to Golden Gate Park : best location ln tbe
city; terms lo suit purchasers; tbe McAii'stor-st.
car takes you to tbe block. J. M. COMERFORD.IS tf
FOLLOW THE CROWD AND YOU WILL OO
direct to Lakeview, ocS tf
CITY liril. ESTATE.
4_3A1l I ' OT 80X100. IN BERKELEY. WITH
tiP'>\l\-'. creek: $5 cash. $5 monthly.
$75— Lot 50x100: cheap and steep.
$175— Lot 25x121', on railroad: $5 monthly.
$15ii—l.ot50xl5O. commanding views.
trOO— Large lot. 75x170: $15 monthly.
275— Lot 30x100; sidewaiked; $5 monthly.
»275—i ot 40x100: $5 cash, $5 monthly.
$350- Corner, 40xlOU; $25 cash, $7 monthly.
$250— Lot 25x125, near station: $5 monthly.
$600— Fine corner, 50x100: $10 monthly.
SWOO-Other lots alt kinds: send for maps.
(HAS. A. BAILEY, owner. 20 Montgomery. de'JS tt
abfvVHin 228x101:9 FEET: 2 CORNERS; DIA- I
•JTtJ— OW. moml St.. near 27th
$1700—Halt rash will buy 5 lots 24x120 feet each ;
38lh aye.. bet. B and C sts.
$:050— will buy 1 coruer lot 356x100 feet, and 1
corner 235x10U feet ln Block 154, Abbey Home
stead Association, San Mateo County. CHAS. C.
USHER. 508 California St. It*
ft 1 pfvA ONLY— GRAND OPPORTUNITY TO
«IDI UtJU secure a lot on the widest street in the
Mission; Dolores, let. sOth aud Day; 7 lots leit;
25x100 each: street work complete.
$1100 each— l3th aye., only 1 block N. of park; 2
large lots. 41 :6xl'J0eacb.
$2325- Larkin, near Vallejo; 24x100; street
paved with bituminous rock.
$10,500 only— oak. uear stanyan; fronting park:
75x137:6: Btreet work complete.
$3000— 21 st, near Dolores: 30x114; street work
done: unparalleled view.
$2300- Fulton st.. noar Lyon: 25x100.
$2000— Alpluest.. near Waller: 25x90.
$4500— Carl St., near Stanvan: 50x137 :8.
$2350— Grove St., near Lv'on ■ 25x1:17 :6.
$1500— Slanyan St., near 17t1: 25x150.
$6875— Clay st.. uear Laurel: 68:9x128 :BVi
sB2s0 — breeders., near Buchanan St.; 34:4 x
132:7; view superb; street accepted.
_$70n0— Submit Oiler; Hayes St., near Fillmore;
47:6x1:17:6; street work complete.
$6750— r niton and Lottsts.; corner: 66:3x100:
close to Golden Gale Park; good business location.
$3350— 27th St.. near Sanchez; 80x114: very
cheap: street work Qone; will subdivide.
$25.000— Broadway, near Octftvia St.: splendid
corner 50-vara: superb view; ready for building.
$2-I,ooo— Van Ne.a aye., near Market at.: 24x
82:9: this property will be lv tho cooler of the re
tail district within a few years.
$7000-ciav st.. near Li.cust: 75x102:8: will sub
divide: grand view; street work being done.
$ls-Js— Sacramento st., near Spruce; 25x107:7.
$2750— Castro, near loth: 25x100.
$3100— Fell St., troutlug Golden Gate Park: 25x
137:6; cheapest lot lv the neighborhood.
$4600— NE. cor. Washington and Broderick sts.:
25x100: street work all done: good surroundings.
$'J2s(i— Price reduced: McAllister sl., nearLott;
25x100: street work all done: cable-ear passes lot.
$16,00U— Pine St., near Jones: 55x92:6 to alley;
fine locality for modern ilats or doctor's residence.
$'J6UU each— Two lots on Waller St., uear Ash
bury; splendid neighborhood: each 26x110.
$850U-Only 2 lots lert; each 37 :6x)22:7; Pacific
aye.. )ust olf Van Ness; eleg.int residence site; must
be sold; opportunity for a bargain.
McAFEE, BALDWIN A HAMMOND. Real
Estate Agents aud Auctioneers, 10 Montgomery
street. de'Jl Su 1 v St
OtOT FiOA SPLENDID CORNER: VAN NESS
<IT*JI .aJDU. aye., near McAllister st.; substan
tial improvements- renting for $130: lot 48x108.
$4250 — A bargain ou Capp St., nelr 18tb; cotuge
and rear house of 10 rooms; rented low at $35;
large lot. 3.1x122:6.
$16.506— Excellent investment: Fage St.. 150 rest
from Market: 2 2-slory frame buildings: rout $72;
lot 27:6x120 to rear street; this property has a
splendid liituro.
$10,250— Vallejo st., near Van Ness aye.; new
bay-window bullolng; 6 and 6 room Ilats: bath,
etc.: aho cottage In rear: 4 rooms; real $75; lot
25x122:6 to rear streeL
$44d0-Green St., near Larkln; 2-story house, 7
rooms and tiath: lot 34x100.
$13. boo— liaudsouie modern residence: Golden
Gate aye., near Franklin sl : 11 rooms, bath and all
latest conveniences: lot 25x137:6.
$7l»Jo— Stelner st.. near Ellis: bay-window dwell
ing. 8 rooms, hath. etc. : lot 26x 103.
$8500— Washington St., near Broderick: beauUful
modern house, 7 roonis, baili, etc.; haudsoinely Uu
tshel: lot 25x127:8' 4.
$7000— Scntt st., near Eddy: good 2-story house,
8 rooms, bath aud all conveniences; lot 23:9x115.
$30,u00— Calilornia sl., corin-r, near Kearny: good
3-story and basement brtek building; rented low at
$200 tv oue tenant; could be Increased; lot 27 :9x
68:9: a splendid buy.
$14.0:8) — Jones sL, near Bush; good 2-story house
of 11 rooms; in excellent repair; lot 40x137:6; a
splen old buy; cable-ears pass the property.
$4350— Near Twelfth and Harrison sts.: 2-story
frame house; 4 3-rnoni tenements: lv splendid re
pair: rents $46: lot 25x75.
$'J6oU— 29th St., near Dolores; neat cottage of 4
rooms, bath, etc. ; lot 30::ivlll.
call at our office for list or property iv all parts ot
the city.
Mc-AFEE, BALDWIN St HAMMOND. Real
lis late Ageuts aud Auclioueers. 10 Montgomery
street. deJJ St SuT v
.1 .l] I 25x102: COR. LAIDLEY AND MIGUEL
V UVJVI. sis.; very easy tonus.
$650-25x100; Chenery St.. near Miguel: Chen
ery will soon have a street-car lino; vow is tha
1111..- to get in.
$1500—25x83: Hartford st.. near 19th.
$2400-25x1110: sunny sldeGoideu Gateave., near
Lett st.; street work done; cheap,
$25011- 33:4x100; cor. Nebraska and Humboldt
sts. meat eottate.s rooms: tine location f.irgrocory;
stieet work all done.
$3250— 23x137:6; sutitiy side Broadway; near
Larkin st.
$-1500-30x100: 17th st., near How-ird: 2-story
building: cau easily be chauged Into fl.ts: street
accepted.
$4650—25x60: Church St.. near Clipper; nearly
new 2-story bow-window house 7 rooms aud bath.
$1750-25x80: Natoma St.. near 6th; nice pair of
flats: rentssls: streel accepted.
$,".500—25x102: a line busln.ss corner on Church
SL: store aud Ilats; bolti slrc-ets hava brick sewer; a
hue buy.
ti1. .',0-27:6x100; 16th St., near Market: nearly
new 2-story and basement modern house of 7 rooms
and batb: must be sold: make an offer.
$8000— May be less; must besold at ouce: a fine
business coruer on 24th sl.. near Folsom: 2-story
building; store below, flat 6 roonis aud batb up
stairs; street accepted: make us an otter.
18000-30x101); Russ st. near Howard; front and
rear iiouses in good order; targe planked yard;
ren is 568; street accepted.
$8750— 25x105— Haight st., nr. Stelner; modern
Eastlako flats: rents $35.
19000. may be less-„ 7 :6x70: a flue business cor
ner on Hayes st. : improvements uoiulnai: must be
sold; ask us about this.
$SI2SU-'JSxIOO; Larkln St., near Washington; nice
2-Ilat aud basement house; rent $72; always
rented.
$10,000—25x74; corner on r'rankllu st. ; elegant
pair 01 hats: rents $66; can be Increased: stieet ac
cepted.
MIDDLETON A SHARON (established 18491. Real
Esute Agents aud Auctioneers. 22 Montgomery
street. de-ji SuTu 'Jt
i.RVANT AYE, NX. 24TH BT.— NEAT MoD-
I > eru cottage. 5 rooms, etc. ; brick foundation and
bulLhe.ol; convenient lo Howard-st. cable system.
W. H. CRIM St CO.. 205 .Montgomery. 20 BaSuTn 3t
TiriLSON A CARR, 18 POST ST. ~ BARGAINS?
>' CHEAP LOTS
$1750— Only 1 lert; lot on Golden Gate aye.. near
Lottst.: 26x137:6: street work all done.
$1500— Lot 60x125 on 16th st.. running through
to stalest., on live or uew 16tb-street exteuslon to
ocean: a big bargain.
$1000-25x137:6: Fell St.. near Scott.
$2760— L0t 30x137:6; on Green sr., near Laguna;
street work done: cheapest ever offered.
$3000—27x93: p.u.'h.i ..an St.. uear Waller.
Only 1 lert— Lot on 19th st., near Noe; 25x114;
all graded ; a fine residence lot.
$80U0-Rents $65; 3 elegant flats near 13th and
Noe sts.; 16 rooms: all nroiL-rn conveniences.
$14110— Lots 26x80; Asbbury Heights.
$8250— Business coruer; Folsoin aud 20tb sts.;
strert work all done.
$90 per root ror SO or 80 feet on Dolores st., near
25th. including all street work.
$200 each— Lots In Excelsior Homestead, near
Mission road ; easy terms.
$3250-Cole. near Haight: 25x108. de'Jl St SuTu
$VAA EAC 'II - GOLDEN GATE PARK LOTS.
_\Jvr near Ocean Reach Boulevard: very easy
payments: will pay 50per rent on Investment within
6 years. A. A. HOYT A Co., 634 Market.2l SuTuTh 3
fi 1 sf 1 S. OF GOLDEN GATE PARk7nEAR
«i_ 1 OKI. Grand Ocean Reach Boulevard; lots 25x
1 20. on very easy monthly payments. A. A. HOYT
*_C0„t334 Market st. de2l SuTuTh
fi>Q-,n $10 MONTHLY PAYMENTS: lot jox
tiPO'iV. 100: S. Hue or X St.; only 6 blocks from
Golden Gate lark i.nd ocean boulevard. A. A. HOYT
- CO., 631 Maiket st. 2 2 1 SnTuTh 3t
fltV'iA F:ai.'II— GULDEN GATE PARK; LOTS
•-IP'-aHJ near Grand Ocean Beat— I boulevard; very
easy payments: will pay 60 per ceut on Invest
ment ror the next 5 years. A. A. HOYT _ CO., 634
Market sL de'Jl SuTuTh st
O- l/jA EACH -$10 MONTHLY PAYMENTS:
•JPIIM/lots 25x140. located 1 block from
Golden Gate Pars ; also located between 2 proposed
cable Hues; investment In above lot will pay 50
per rent per annum for the next live years. A. A.
HOYT St CO.. 634 Market SL ile'Jl StlTuTh3t_
Qi 1 /IA EACH-LOT'JoxIOO. AIIt.IINING LAKE-
Op I UU view subdivision, near lino of Marketst.
extension. A. A. HOY I A CO.. I'll I Market. d'Jl SIITT
ffljl 7.^ EACH— LOTS 26X100; LOCATED sTTiF
•IT A. I O Golden Gate Park, near tbe grand ocean
beach boulevard and Ocean Honse: on easy terms
A. A. HOYT St CO.. 631 Market St. de'Jl SuTIITU 3t
UHY PAY BENT* FOR BALE IN MONTHLY
Instaliinenls. equal to rent, new cottages; 5
rooms and bath: 7-loot basements; lots 26x125;
lion gates and railings; patent sidewalks: wooden
mantels and mirrors, and all the latest and best Im
provements rln god neighborhood, 1,2 block from
the cable cars; also have just cumplcted an ele
gant 2-story house, 8 rooms and hath, which must
be seen to he appreciated: terms to suit. For par
ticulars apply to owuer and builder, LOUIS LAND
LEE, 2'JBy 2 Moutgoinery St. del 7 tf
IpiILLOW THE CROWD AND YOU WILL GO
direct to Lakeview, ocs tf
CALIFORNIA CHEAP HOMES-WE CAN LO
\J cnie 10.000 families on Governmout land;
charges moderate for showing the land. C. IL
STREET A CO., 415 Montgomery St., San Pran
clsco. CaL seutf
BARGAIN — $2700: COSY COTTAGE OF 4
rooiusand basement; lot 25x102; 937 261h St.,
lVs blocks Irom Valeucla-st. cable; street work
complete; part cash. J. F. PLUMBE, 1402 Valencia
Sireet. <le2l_ 3t_
feocASAoa— tori fronting on i st.,
tipOOU Thlrty-lifth and Thirty -sixth ayes.: on
projected cable-car line: easy terms. Inquire of the
CAHN ALL-FIT ZHUGH-lIOPKINS Ott, 624 Market
"treet. de 6 lm
mjLJA UOWN, BALANCE $10 PER MONTH; 200
1,. \)\J lm- sniuh oi pais, 11 ar Ocean House. In
quire of the CARNALL-FI'IZHUGII-IIOPKINSCO.,
WtMarltetst. do 6 im
9*9tvAA FO " « ALE . HANDSOME 5 ROOM
«4P_ .\J\J\J. collates; modern improvements; 23d
or Nevada St., bet. Vermont and Kansas: terms
easy; small payment. Apply to A. J. WEIR, 3000
Calilornia st. de2l 7t*
LOR SALE-8, 12 OR 16 LEVEL LOTS. WITH
1 nice Improvements, In Excelsior Homestead,
near Silver aye. and .Mission road. Inquire at B.
STURKE'S grocery store, Five-mile House. .Mlsslou
road. dc JO 41*
STO-lfi KEiiT RESIDENCE PROPERTY IN •
«jp I UUU, ny. Addition: 50x119: K. side Stelner,
c 7:6 S. of SIcAl lister. Apply to owner, ISAAC
ANDERSON, llto sansome st„ Room 4. de 9 301*
ft^AO CASH-$24 PER MONTH WILL BUY A
(Td"U cottage or 4 rooms.
$400 cash— s27 per month will pay for cottage or
6 rooms: lot 2"ix125.
$500 cash— s3l per month will buy either 6
roouied cottage on 24th st. or 6-rooincd house on
Diamond St.: the last ones lert; these houses have
ail the latest Improvements: all sunny rooms; high
planked basements, etc. ; uuly one block W. or Cas-
Iro-st. ears.
Also $500 cash— s37 50 per month will pay for
store and Hat on Church st; Hat always rented.
$1000 cash— s6l per mouth wilt buy that fine
Ntt. cor. store of Church and Day sts.; store 24x
60 and 2 rooms: cellar 24x60. all cemented: stable,
etc.; upper part contains 7 large rooms and bath: 3
bay windows; go aud see these bargains: tuey are
on the direct line of the proposed Uhuroh-st. cable
road.
Houses built to order; lots taken in exchange by
U. ll.iii. feld. bunder ami dealer lii real estate,
1521 Dolores St.. uear 28th. del'J tf
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STORAGE.
PACIFIC STORAGE CO., 301 STOCKTON BT:
furniture anu merchandise; advances made. 15 tt
FURNITURE STORED — STERLING FURMI
true Co., 1039, 10-11 Market. Roseuthai Bldg 7 it
TOUNTRT REAL "ESTATIS.
THE TURNBULL COL'lNY'l^rTTrE'AltTl-fiAN
well Deli, Tulare Couuty, Cal., Is selling 6-acre
traci s and upwards, set out to raisin grapes, pear ties,
apricots or figs, at ouly $'.H) per acre: in lusta luient":
one-tblrd cash, balance 3 yearly payments: allot
this money will be spent lv cultivation: purchase
price will be made from crops; lree water for Irri
gation: free railroad tickets to buyers. Send for
descriptive pamphlet to the TURNBULL COLONY,
228Vj Montgomery St., S. F„ CaL deJ3 lm
RANCH OF 93 ACRES 21A MILES FROM NAPA;
SO acres lv winter apples; choicest varieties;
40.000 best wine grapevines; 250 early peach trees;
1 250 olive trees: 3 acres summer on hard, all kiuds:
necessary Improvements: cheap; on Installments;
win exchange Tor city property. Particulars of
FFIAZELL, 917 Market St., Room 2. de'JS 3t*
Ss I'l All 6-ACRE FRUIT RANCH, 2% MILES
ttDTvJCMI, from Santa Rosa on the County road
to Cailstoga; ground all level; planted with wine
grape vines 3aa, years old; V 4 milo from tbe railroad:
a rare bargain, P. A. DOLAN St CO.. 630 Market
*Wt se'Jß Su 1 uTh tf _
Vy (iOA acres first-class "LaniiTThe
mJ.vvV cheapest and best proinisitlon on this
Coast: offered at tho extraordinarily low price of
$7 50 per acre: just right to cut up Into small hold
ings, wbich will read.lv sell lor $20 and $25 per
acre; good soil: will raise gralu. fruit or any crop
to perfection; a rare cuauce for a syndicate, b-ing
aprotitable, sare Investment. W. B. MARSHUTZ ft
Co„ liao Market sL deJl 7t
A sacrifice: to" settle - an'estate; WE
will sell 1280 acres or the flnest garden land In
Tulare County, Smiles rrom P.rterville; this laud
must besold; make an offer. BRENNAN- DUNN,
g2oMarket sL de2l 3t
IfLEGANT 160 ACRES REDWOOIfLANDTYATN
J ented. will besold at a sacrifice: well iocated;
splendid Investment; cash or marketable ciiy prop
erty. Address Bargain, Box 88. Call llr.-inch.2l 3*
Y\' E WILL SELL FARMS ON~COLONY TRACT.
" adjoining town In Tehama, 011 terms to suit
purchaser; 29 plats sold • railroad depot abont 1 mile
rrom ci ntcr of propcrrv: tallest parti mars given.
H. FRANCIS A CO., 405 Calirornlast., 8. F. deal tt
YY E OFFER 160 ACRES OK RICH (PARTLY
" bottom) land, stream flowing through: small
house, i.am thereon, nr. Cottonwood. Shasta Co. ,
tor $2620; rui lest Information given, which we guar
autee. H. FRANCIS * C 0. ,405 California, S. F.'Jl 7t
/ MiOICE VINEYARD SOB SALE CHEAP O* 81
KJ acres, with lir proveinents; vow paying hand
somely; situate about 1 1 _ miles from lt. It. depot,
Livermore. Address or apply Owner, Room 2, 531
California St. del 9 7t*
$1 V)IlA FOR A FINK 40-ACRE TRACT OF
I_.UU fruit laud, witli nice 5-room house and
outbuildings; must lie sold as owner is compelled
to go East: Is cheap at $ISOO. WEST COAST
LAND CO., 630 Market St. del 9 tf
0_ I A WEEK BUYS A FRUIT FARM; LOOK AT
•IP 1 this otter. Oakwood Colony TracL
6 acres. $75. payable $1 a week.
10 acres, $150, payable *2 a week.
'JO acres, i-.ioo, payable $1 a week.
40 acres, ij,ooo. pajabie $s a week.
No interest and no tuxes on deferred payments: Is
sll fine AI fruit land: no irrigation required: near
large town and railroad: some oaks; water handy;
title pirlect; no investment Is as sure, suro or pro
fitable as fruit lands. For information or circulars
apply lo WEST COAST LAND CCMPANV.63O Mar
ket St. oc'2B tf
V-El'.Y CHEAP: ONLY $10 PER ACRE: S4S6
V acres good rolling land; wooded: watered; well
improved: bearing orchard and vineyard: fenced;
ou line or proposed Kruto and Eureka Railroad; ex
ceptional invest. ueilL SIOORE ft FOSTER. 631
Mantel sL_ de) 7 tt
*N IMPROVED HOME. CHEAP; 162 ACRES
2\ good rolling toothili land: watered, well wooded;
mostly under Ulltiratlou: near line of proposed ex
tension of l-ruto Railroad: only $12 per acre.
MOORE _ FOSTER. 631 Market St. dcl 7 tt
IRVINE ft KLEIN OP UK I AIT, DEALERS IN
ali kinds or town, farm, ranch and redwood tim
ber property; Invistieute titles: attend to any busi
ness placed iv iheir hands lor non-residents; reier
ences v any responsible citizen or liiiu lv Mendo
cino County. Cal. sc ;i tf
BARGAINS IN RANCHES; BTATE WHAT you
want; aiso Government claims for settlers.
ANDREW PRICE. lieaid.sl.org. Cal. noil tf
1 'OVERNMENT LANII-3 1 611- ACRE TRACTS
IT of Al agricultural land within 100 miles or Sau
Francisco. OCCIDENTAL LAN D CO., 235 Kearny
street. dea tt
fltlTX LOT 25x135: NEAR LORIN STAI Io.N,
Ui 1 l<J. Oakland; $i 5 cash: balance lv Install
ments $1 25 per week. OCCIDENTAL LAND CO.,
235 Kearuy .« 1. dea tf
A FEW 20-ACRE LOTS LEFT IN "HONN'S
JA Great Co-operative Flint Turin": buy while you
can. c. U. STREET A CO., 415 Montgomery sl,
san Fraucisco. BOSS tr
lli A A ACRES IN 20-ACRE LOTS; $710 AN
I I 'UU acre on 5 vears' time; all the cash re
quired is $21, being the Interest every 0 months; If
sol out 10 i| ull tin- 1 iop v ill pay lor Ihe laud In 5
years, c. H. street .v Co., 415 Montg mery
streeL no-j-J tf
(SMI/! THE JOHN BROWN
■IF<JV. COLONY NO. 2 OF MADERA,
liesno County. Cal., odors 5 to 'Juacre tracts In tho
famous "Chapman Ranch." situated 2 miles west
of Madera, set out to raisin -grapes, peaches, apri
cots or ligs. for the stun of $80 per acre, payable iv
installments covering a 1 eiiod of 3 years, all of
which is expended in cultivation: purchase price of
land made from crops; altnl Investigation sincerely
courted: wrlto fordeacriptlve paiupnlet. Call or .-ni
di ess PAUL B. HAY. General Ageut. 328 Montgom
ery St., Sau Fraucisco. deld liv
OA-ACRK TRACTS OF TIIeT^ESt'aIVaLFA
and raisin land In the world: waf-r on every
tract: small payment down: no further payment
tor 4 years; asmall payment se< ures yon a home
that the products will pay all rutnre payments; 14
or these tracts sold In the last 30 days. A. A. HOYT
At CO.. 634 Ma rset St. AelS tl
"OR SALE OR FXCHANGF) FOR CITY FRol^
city— About 'JOO acres or vineyard and oretiard
land, mostly in bearing, within 3 miles of Martinez,
Contra Costa Couutv. lor full particulars uppiy to
O. D. BALDWIN. JOOST A' MERTENS, _3S Mont
guinery st. no3o tf
SCHOOL LANDS. $150 TO $11 AY ACRE~ ON*
Very easy terms; sold by '.lie State in tracts ta
suit; uo residfucii or improvement required; atl
kinds uf lands, iv many dlHerent countn-s; send
stamp tor llsl Open Monday. Wednesday and Satur
day evenings. F W.LAKE. 6 Flood Building. 13 tt
<B* "I TO (60 PER ACRK: 20 ACRES TO 10,000
iipl aires; fruit lands a specialty ; grain and stock
farms, orchards, vineyards and timber lauds: In
vestment properties; send for catalogue. S. J.
STABLER. 328 Montgomery St.. Room 3. no'J3 lm
DO YOU WANT PROPERTY, CITY OR COUNt
ry, in toe prettiest valley or the State? Apply
to Napa Land Co.. Napa. Cat., lor list ol proper
tles. se'JS tf
HlllS|-;s Tn LKT.
OMFvFBB MONTTI7^r^oi^M^~^NT7~TTATiT:
iJP-O' lirst-class condition and locution. 2509
Washington st .bet. Fillmore aud Sterner. de'J3 14t*
(ItO'J NEW v ROOMS, BATH: 1611 MAS -N ST.
tJpJi-<. H. I. MOREAL. 4IIJ Montgomery. de'J3 tf
Ml) NATOMA. NR. 7TII— NEAT TENEMENT. S
*^ rooms; separate entrance front: rcar.d'-'3 2t*
9Q 1 Q CALIFORNIA ST.-BEAUTIFUL 8-K< >OM
—fl O house 8511 00
2 LIS Sutter- 9 rooms and bath 55 00
3327 Bosh— 9 rooms and bath 611 OU
15'J'J Geary— 9 rooms aud bath 55 00
2015 Broderick— 9 rooms and bath 65 00
311 Octavia— l2 rooms and bath 6(1 00
688 McAllister- 13 rooms and hath 05 00
109 Van Nessave — IS rooms ani bath 100 00
1808 Turk— Cottage, 6 rooms and bath 30 00
28 Geary— l2 rooms 90 00
liiiiiiitii'iiii siiuare— 6 rooms and bath 22 50
418 Sixth— 6o rooms and batb 150 00
860 Rrannan— New ; 16 rooms 65 00
Apply to P.C.MOLLOV, i 38 Montgomery. de'Jl 3t
DEVISADFRO ST.. NEAR HAVES-ELE
aJ-^— gant; 8 rooms and bath: cliraprent. Apply
to P. C. MOLLOY, las Mouigoniery st. de'Jllit
TO LET-JUST COMPLETED; 1102-1106 FlL
bert st.: 6 rooms and bith: very sunny; marine
view: rent cheap: $22 50. Apply MADISON" A
BURKE. 401-403 Moutgoinery St. de'Jl 3t
HOUSE 8 ROOMS, BATH. 920 BUSH ST.; KEY
cor. Taylor and Busb. de'Jl 7t*
1 '1(1 WELSH, BET. _ FOURTH - AND Fl F l'H-4
±— Q sunny rooms; $10^ Apply 17 Zoe st.de'Jl 3*
Q>tl 5 ROOMS: 175H HARRISON ST.
V»'. $10— 5 rooms; 1758 Harrison st.
$12—4 rooms: 10 Fourteenth St.
W. li. MARSH! T'Z. ti.,o Marketst. del9tf
fl> I I SUNNY REAR HOUSE 4 ROOMS; RUSS
tip 1 1. near Howard.
$B—2 large rooms: basement.
$10—3 good rooms; Clinton, near Sixth.
W. 11. MARSHUTZ A- C 0. ,630 M.irket st. dol7 5t
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I'I'IINISHKU HOS.SKB.
TV* tCELV^''lUl!<LS~lil?l*n''ll'o^^
j-i and oath; sunny anil well iocated; rent $:>u. Ap
ply to JSOVEE. T i.\ A Co.. lv Montgomery st. 23 3t
QQO MISSION - FOR SAl.i:. I-URNITURE 10
UOO rooms and store; account departure. It*
I/LAT, 4 NICHLT Ft KNISHED ROOMS, FOR
J sale: bargain. 817 Clementina, top bell. 22 at*
&ftr\n NEWLY FURNISHED COR. PRIVATE
iii \Jt>\>. residence tor sale: rent $42; water rree;
603 EH is sLj must be sold; sickness. no 7 tf
TO LET-A '-HUE HOUSE, PARTLY FUlf
nlshed; Hue location', reforenees. Address 8.,
Box 90, Cam. Branch ofllce. de 9 tf
VINE PRIVATE RESIDENCE WITH FURNI-
I ture; large house; ample rooms and grounds:
tine view; stable II desired. 11. E. MAT HEWS, 120
Sutterst. nn'Jd lm
COTTAGES TO LKT.
ffi 1 C COTTAGE 4 ROOMS, PANTRY. YARD
tip if), and basement. 18 II t. lie st. BeL Six
teenth and Seventeenth, Church and Sanchez. 21 3*
'.) NEW COTTAGES 5 ROOMB, BATH. LAUNDRY,
•J^dMMen, etc. 815 Trest aye. de2o7t*
01; 11! BAY-WINDOW - COTTAGE. 6 ROOMS:
•J" HI. large yard. 1.4 Dolores, near 15th.d]9 7*
IHm ' l UK-COSY COTTAGE; 6 ROOMS AND
XOVrO impr. veiueuts; $30. Apply to P. C.
MOLLOV, UK Montgomery st. dels 7t
FLATS TO LKT.
UPPER FLAT, 11 ROOMS; SUITABLE FOR
lodging or boarding house: rent reasonable.
120 First St., cor. Minna. JOHN RPiIDY. lt*
TO LET-LOWER FLAT; 8 KOOMsTbATH AND
laundry room; rent $25. 616 Broderick st.. let.
Foiton and Grove, dc 23 tf
UPPER FLAT; 4 ROOMS: KOR DENTIST OR
dressmaker. 321 Sutterst. de 23 4t*
VLEGANT LOWER FLAT OF 0 ROOMS AND
J— bath; sunny: 1315 Webster sL, beL Elllsand
O'rarrell; rent very cheap. Apply O. H. UMBSEN
A Co., 14 Montgomery st. de 23 3t
CONVENIENT MODERN FI.At"~OF 3 ItOOMS
and bath, stationary wash-stand, etc.; rent $10.
1216 Unlou st. de'J3 2t*
4 0C MINNA, HET. 6TH AND 6TH-5 "ROOMS
-100 bath, every nuidern Improvement. de'J'i 31*
NE COR. BUCHANAN AND FULTON, 6
rooms and bath $25 00
1614 Devlsadero, Brooms and bath 30 00
1324 Devlsadero, 6 rooiusand batb 27 50
1(123 Lai kin. cor. Sutter, 8 rooms aud bah.. 37 50
18101, Ebls. 7 rooms and balh, choice 45 00
1019 ciay, 6 roonis and bath. nr. Powell 27 60
719 Wa'ler, 7 rooms and bath 20 Ot)
6 Walnut aye., 6 ruoms nnd batn 25 00
T2'2\t, Ivy aye., 4 rooms and bath, new 20 OU
SE. cor. Octavia aud Union, new, 6 rooms
and balh 25 00
2815 Laguna, 6 rooiusand Hath 30 00
143 M Folsom, 6 rooms aud batb, uew 27 60
106 Ninth, cor. Mission, 5 rooms and bath... 27 60
2411 Howard, 7 rooms and bath 40 00
785 Stevenson, 6 rooms and bath, line 25 00
1132!-. Sievensou, 7 rooms and bath 27 50
29113 FolS'iui, 7 rooms and batb 80 00
2103 Howard, 7 rooms and batb 27 60
1816 Ellis. 6 rooms aud batb 22 60
13 MeLea court. 5 rooms and bath, uew 18 00
1220 Bryant. 5 rooms and b.ith, uew 18 00
26 .^ Potter. 7 rooms aud batb, fine 32 50
2213 Mason, 5 rooms aud batb 15 00
1113 Howard, 7 rooms and batb, new 25 00
1217 Market. 6 rooms and batb 35 00
5 16 Vi Sixth. 5 rooms anil bath, cheap 25 00
NW. cor. Tenth and Brannan, 7 rooiusand
batb. new 27 60
And Brooms and batb 25 00
737 Natoma, 4 rooms 16 00
Apply to P. C. MOLLOY, 138 Montgomery. deJl 3t
FLATS T!> LKT-UoNTlXl'_l).
*l sT."-^Ti7pEiTTAitT7iTTpi
.yT u c, " us rooms, wilh closets: eleg.inili 1.11
-ished; nothing like It south of Market St.: $75:
cheap at $100: will be finished In a few days. Ap
ply P. C. MOLLOY, 138 Montgomery st. de'Jl 3s
LOUR ROOMB. $18: FIVE ROOMS, $16. !571
j^^teyensonsL^djoluing Seventh. de'J2 2t*
R_£ B __* T NEW l-LAT; 7~ROOMS AND BATH.
s->835 Ellis St., nr.Van Ness; open from 1 to 4. 21 J*
WIQ' MASON _f7Tr_ AT "5 ROOKS: Slfi.
4£lQj de'Jl tt
Si 1 Q SUNNY UPPER FLAT OF 6 ROOMS; 114
) 1 U . Freelou sL, near Fourth. Apply ROBERT
J. MERCER, 513 California sl. de'Jl 3t
<ils'-N9 "A E'NE UI'PKR FLAT OF 7 ROOMS
iJTU—i.i'VJ. and balh; 7)3 Grove St. ROBERT
J. MERCER. 513 California st. de'Jl 3t
SK97 E,A MIDDLE FLAT, 12 GROVE ST., NR.
•m_j I .O\J. Larkln l.id City Hall. 6 rooms and
balh. ROBERT J. MERC'EK. 613 California 21 3t
1 '^'•n" SACRAMENTO— BAY-WINDOW FLAT:
J-vj_,_a modern improvements: 6 nus; $18.21 7*
Cjtljl LOWER FLAT 3 ROOMS: NEW: REAR.
_____*, 1608 Natoma St., near Eleventh. de'Jl 3t*
1 O POND ST.. OFF SIXTEENTH, HALF A
AU block from Market— Modern upper flat of 5
rimuis:jMtdi^|^eiitjSlBjitey ljli _ Pond st. de'JO tr
•J ELEGANT, FIRST-CLASS"nEW FLATS: 7 AND
•J 8 rooms each ; 828 Fine sL. near Taylor. Apply
J46 Sutter St. de'JO 7t*
(jjjl») 3-ROOM FLAT. ALL CONVENIENCES.
•JTy.^^ju^cuJJateJ'arli, 18H)_Page st. dels tt
3 ROOMS AND BATH. 15 PERRY ST., BET.
Second and Third. del 7 7t*
(lOX 6 SUNNY ROOMS, RATH, CONSERVa"
tir^-O. tory. 26 Thirteenth st.. iir.Missiun. 17 8*
4 or: * y__j»abu_l"_lst.,n__j_c_atand
VT^ij. Taylor: 5 rooms, balh, 6 closets and store
room; largo yard. YON RHEIN ft CO., 524 Call
turn la st. deidtf
BAY-WINDOW l-LAT OF 6 ROOMS AND BATH.
626ira Hayes st. dels tt
UPPER FLAT 6 ROOMS AND BATH. APPLY
134 Page st. del 4 tf
50£*1 GF:ARY-6 ROOMS; MODERN IMPROVE
—Va ments; desirable location. del 3 tf
f^O/JI GEARY-6 ROOMS; MODERN IMPROVE
y*-y ments: desirable location. uolBlf
rYlllE EVENING ill 'Ll.ElT.n7 price reduced
J- to 15 cents per week, delivered by carrier to any
part ol the city: the Bulletin Is the best, oldest
anil largess evening jiaper published on the coass;
orders by Pasteboard or otherwise will receive
prompt attention, iilhee 622 Moutgoinery St.
UOIiSLKELPING KOOMS.
41 ('POST-ROOMS, FURNISHED FOR LIGHT
11" liuusekeeplng. de 23 2s*
Q JO HOWARD, NEAR FOURTH-TWO SUNNY
IJIO housekeeping rooms; no children: caille.M.*
f-,1 O HOWARD -NICE FURNISHED HOUSE
"I" keeplug room: 1,8: good yard. It*
A I W TEHAMA— 2 NICE ROOMS WELL FCR
TTD uished; suitable ior housekeeping. de 23 2t*
V-i'-{l GREEN ST.-FURNISHED ROOM FOR
___y? hi.nsi keci ing; rent $6 a month. de 23 lit*
'•"ll MIv^A— rURNISHED ROOM lOR HOUSE
— i>.L keeping; $8. Apply in rear, ground Moor. 1*
I -/9I BUSH ST.— PARLOR FLOOR; 3 SUNNY
1 — ***J rooms handsomely furnished. de 23 st*
i) PLEASANT ItOOMS: LIGHT HOUSEKEEP
—t Ing; rent reasonable. 4)0 Fell st. de'JJ 2t*
'-''A THIRD-2 UNFURNISHED HOUSEKEEP
<J_i_ lug rooms. In rear; $7. . de 22 21*
111 Q MCALLISTER— S UNFURNISHED ROOMS
yjAO lur housekeeping. de'Jl 31*
71 GARDEN. OFF - SIXTH AND IIARRISON-2
I -2 tiiiiurnished ruoms for housekeeping. de'Jl 3t*
5 SUNNY FURNISHED BOOMS FOR HoUSE
«J keeping; no rhlldreti: references required. Ad
dress Rooms, Box 142, Call branch Offlce. deJO 4*
1 t> VI I STOCKTON ST. -2 NICE SUNNY': COM
AU—\J piete for housekeeping; cheap. de2o st*
JWfi '""I-soM ST. -2 NICELY FURNISHED
VJSVJ roonis: 1 omplelo ror housekeeping. de'JO st*
r» 111 HOWARD SI. -ROOMS i"ok"hi7_s_>
trXU keeping, rurnished or uuiiirulslied. single or
In suites, 110111 $5 up. del 7 7t»
3')-. Fill 11-I'I.KAN FURNTSHED HOl'Sß
_—•! keeping; a. so single rooms. de'J tt
|;AY-WlN!hiW DOUBLE PARLOR: $20. 101
IJ Kearny St., opp. White House, top floor. aul'J tf
\\ HERE IS THE - MULTITUDE GOING? TO
" Lakovlew. 0,57 tf
m 7 MISS I O N - SU.NNV BAT-WINDOW
I s'liteliirulsiieii f.r huusekeeplng: batb. 195*
BOOMS TO LET.
"1 101 EM 11— LO VEl.\nUB7M^7uS_llFTlTNir;
IjLO uri vale family; board optional. de'J.J tf
1 «.)» OMi AI.I.ISTKR - NICE. SUNNY ~FUR
1^ J _L^ nlshed or iinfiiniished frout room: alcove.*
1 111 MINNA — FRONT ROOmT STOVE^ IN
-11" closed, $10: large single roonis. $5. 23 'Jt*
'J'{-\ MINNA— NICE DOUBLE AND SINGLE
*J*JA rooms 10 let. de'JS 2t*
JIU FREMONT— LARGE SUNNY ROOM WITH
"IJ-CJ kiuhen and baili: $10. It*
'\')-) FIFTH— SINGLE BOOMS, FURNISBEoI
•-J**-^ $4 to $5 per month. lt*
QIO HOWARD. NEAR I OURTH - FRoTCt
0 IO r.-oin and grate: single room. $5. lt*
(JO THIRD-FRONT SUNNY HOUSEKEEPING
1 J«J and double moms: gas: baib. ue23 ::t*
01/ l MONTGOMERY AYE. - FURNISHED
Oil/ rooms from :M per wees and unward. lt*
I - EVERETT— J DRNISBED ROOKS FOR TWO
to $1 50. $t 75 per week. de 22 2t*
"•>'J VJ SEVENTH ST.-4 UNFURNISHED ROOMS;
— iJi-jri-ar. de'J'J.'U*
I I. ,W MISSION- FCRNISiM-.D hoi".!. WITH
A^t' 'Ci stove. $7: also 2 unfurnished, $12. de' 22 2*
1 1 I TURK. -2 VERY -^NICELY FURNISHED
J- I 1 room, to select gents. de'Jl st*
sJ. BOWIEAVE.- 4 RIiOMSTO LET; FURNITURE
0 ror sale; used 7 months: will sell cheap. 21 St*
•>'-> X MiALI.ISTER- FURNISHED ROOMS To
»d» let: $*i to $8 per month. d.'Jl st*
(l'>nl MISSION— LAURELHOUSE (NEW); SUN
t/ijt'.; ny frout bay-win ow suite; newly fur
nisneil: also single rront bay-window; sun all d.iy.7*
1 lII'A GEARY-FRONT ROOM WITH USE OF
A'i''i7 piauo; cheap. de'Jl st*
1 I 1 A FOLSOM - DOUBLE PARLORS; SUIT-
I Tillable for doctor or dreismaker: use or
kitchen. de'Jl st*
TOC BRANNAN. ABOVE SIXTH-B"eII-ROOM
I— ,u and kitchen; furnished: $8. de'Jl 3t»
OAO GEARY -Fi RNISHEI7 DOUBLE FRONT
t'"<) room; suitable for'J; $8. de'Jl 31*
ri I 'J lOST - ELEGANT ROOM WITH SUNNY
I 1 «J view of the entire southern part of rhe city:
with exclusive use of tub. sitz and spray baths; lold
ing bed, etc.: from January 1, 1890. de'Jl 3t
"1 1 (11 SIXTH - HANDSOMELY FURNISHED
TAt/a suuny frout rooms, and others: resson-
rte2l 3t*
1 O'-i'^i MARKET — COMPLETE UOUSEKEeF-
Iooo ing and front suite. deJl 3t*
I i< MAR YE TERRACE (424 TURK) -SUNNY
TU furnlslied room for lor 2; grate; bath. 21 3t*
JOOll MISSION — LARGE SUNNY FRONT
-I sJ.«JI' room ; also rooms eu suite or single. 21 3t
7f'"l I HOWARD-SUITE AND OTHER SUNNY
I vJL ; rooms; suitable fur gentlemen. de2o st*
lAQ7 MISSION-FURNISHED ROOMS, SUITE
l"d I or single; unfurnished housekee ing 20 5*
"I .JO FIbTH-2 UNFURNISHED BACK ROOMS
A-O and suuny porch. dels lot
OOfi FOLSOM^FURN ISHED room! $1 A
CJ_jU week. delStf
. r s] l- LEAVENWORTH -3 CNF URNISHED
•JAiJ rooms ror housekeeping; yard. dell tf
Q9Q BDDT— FURNISHED i-RONT r6oM~AND
sJO.J alcove: suitaoie for two; privilege cooking
lr desired. delltt
lO'-tl mission'-IFunny FURNISHED ROOMS
-IVJtJT light housekeeping; quiet family, ded tf
1 LR SIXI 'H — BRUNSWICK. HOUSE; - SUITE."
I TO single, double rooms; nicely fumlshed.dH 3m
TilC TATLOB —2 CONNECTING BASEMENT
i i'l 'rooms, luruished for hoiisekeeoiiig: rent
reasonable. ,ie2 tf
GO'FARRI-.LL — THE HANDSOMEST I'M PC K
nlshed suite In Hie city; sunny and warm. de'J tf
MARSHAL IIOUSI-; 231 O'FARRELITsT.. NEAR
Powell, new bouse, newly furnished, bay-win
dow roonis, en suite or single. no'J7 lm
7*-sA VAS " NESS-SUNNY I •' URNISHED ROOMS.
• OU suite or slugle; gas, bath: reasonable. 1122 tf
p.J|l GOLDEN GATE- HANDSOMELY PA,
01U pered aud furnished suite and single rooms
1 in private family; reasonable: board ir desired.
Ring lower bell and liniulro lor MKS. CUK ITS.uIU tt
OfWl G,K)D ROOMS AT LOW RATES-715 Howl
SVyy ard sL.nr. Third: Ras and water in each room;
icading-room and batb lree; liiieu changed ilally:
house open all utghf best beds In the wurld.ap2d;C
7fi')l VAN NESS AVe7- nFyVLY FURnTsHED
J_W— 2 sunny rooms; desirable. sel3 tf
SINGLE H ItNISIIEI) ROOMS 15c A NIGHIT
Lludell lions.-, cor. Sixth and liouar.l jyll tt
_ BOAKDINU ASD KOOMS.
1 (Ulfi MR*', near tay'lor-the~ Victoria":
J; VUU sunny Sottas and single rooms, with flrst
class board: reaso.i.inle de'J3 7t*
7AQ GOLDEN GATEAVE., COR. irRANKLIN—
1 I V/O sunny parlor: flrst-class board. de'Jl 6t»
"I OR 2 HANDSOME SUNNY ROOMS; FUtT
T nlshed or partly furnished; line location; sub
stantial table: references. 103 Guerrero. d.'7 tf
THE FAIRMOUNT, 1714 MARKET ST.. JUNC
tlon Tenth, Polk and Fell; suites, wltb board ror
! 1, $40 up; 2, $60 up. de 3 12m
EVERY LOT IN LAKEVIEW IS IN THE HlGH
est state of cultivation : no sand bills there. o7 tf
0 w. CORNER VAN NESS AYE AND FELL ST.
-- ll.ii].: - .in.- suites aud single rooms: uew house
day board nolo tr
yOSEMITK HOUSE. 1043 MARKET ST.TTIKT
a Slith and Seventh; 36c tosl pernight; per wee*
S3 50 to sVS; single aud en suite; families. mrltr
A MERICAN EXCHANGE HOTEL, 319 AND 3jT
1 /V Sansome st.. Sau Fraucisco; board aud roomsl,
tl 26 and $1 50 per day, Ires coach. WM. MONT
GOMEIIY. proprietor. lyjltf
ARLINGTON HOUSE. 127 KEAKN Y-PLEA3
-aut s.iuny rooms, eu suite and siugie; Lrst :.ni
11. every respect: lerius reasonalile. is 10.,'
THE MARIPOSA, 824 LAUUNA— FINE SUITES;
flrst-class board; terms moderate. aulotf
MONTGOMERY'S TEMPERANCE HOTEL 227
and 2*J'.i Second St.— Slugle meals 25c; board 11 1
room per day, 75c toll; by the wees. $4 to «2j; lra*
coach to and Irom the hoteL ap2 1 ' t
STOKES TO LKT.
<11 O SACRAMEN TO-STORE, 20x120, RUn"
-— I O in:,.' to Commercial, with basement: also
offices almve. Apply 2l(i Sacramento st. de'J3 7t»
/■HOAR-STORK TO LET; GOOD LOCATION.
\J 1055 Marketst. de'J3 3t*
LINE STURE; 8 ROOMS; 306 ELEVENTH ST.;
T rent cheap. Apply on premises. de'JS 2t*
AN ELEGANT STORE, COR. PINE AND POLK:
A rent ch eap. Apply G. 11. UMBSEN _ CO.. 14
Montgoinel) -st. de'JS 31
1 '-i I\ SI EAK-J6X138, $175; s7l MARKET,
T«J I O $160; NE cur. Folsom and Eleventh, $50:
1 112 lolsom. $25; 043 McAllister, $40; Ilia How
ard, $25: 13 Polk, $26: I Jl. - , Market, $40; 1075
M.irket, $90: 2233 Market. $18; 1723 Market, $50:
liiii ID iiiard. ».'.".; 1515 Mission, $20: 1509 How
ard. $20. Apply to P. C. MOLLOY, 168 Montgome
ry st. de'Jl 8t
H.IQ MISSION ST.— NEW STOKE, WITH 2
a-O Isrge show-windows: 27x70; well lighted:
suitable for any legitimate business: $40, or wltb
basement, 0 feet, $60: or tbe above will be suiidi
. vided to suit tenants. Apply to P. C. MOLLOY, 138
Montgomery st. de2l St
' d_|f; STOKE AND 3 GOOD LIVING ROOMS.
1 SP ■*■''• 3034 Sixteenth sl. near Valencia. de2l 7t*
I ft I a NEAT BTORE AND 3 ROOMS, WITH
•IP lU. store llitures complete. 1828 Union St.,
near Laguua, R. BROTHERTON. dell tt
OAKLAND BKAJL KSTATK.
OAKLA N D AO_XCin-^T)V-RTI^_^NI^AND
suhscriiitlons racelved at me HakUnd Hranca
omce or Tub Mohxiso Call. Bi>7 Broadway avar
fceventu st._omce hoars U a. _. to a r. _.
■ft^Ml L<JT BUxiTiO: 10 _ mlkctKS' WALK
•JTittiJV'. rrom Irultvalc Station. WILLIAM J
Dl.m;__, Oaklsml. dell ThSuTu tr
Qi'.llfl L " T 25x100; NEAR OAK-ST. STA
ijpUUU. tlou. WILLIAM J. DIMiKE, oak
laud. dell TTiSuTn tf
MSftOn LOT 32x118 ON LINE OK ELECTRIC
ijrUUU. road. WILLIAM J. DINGER Onk-
Ixnd. del 1 TUSuTu tr
©Cjnn LOT 30x90 ON LINE OK FIEUMONT
tipOUU. cable road: 7 minutes Iroin llroadwajr
depot. WILLIAM J. D I XIiEK, Oak. 1 lTllSu lutt
fit"'Qnn LOT 30x100 AT OAK-STREET STA
tiP -OUU. tiou. WILLIAM J. iUNOEK. OaK
__»_: dell ThSuTu tt
©9'"-lM KI-EOANT NEW EASTLAKE COT
tiP^OVJU. tage ot 5 rooms and batli; 2 blocks
Irom Clinton Stlliou. WILLIAM J. DIMiEE,
Oakland. dell TUSu lutt
S'/J^fin FINE 2-STORY HOl'SB; LOT~SOx
-ii-UU. 100. WILLIAM J. IMMiEE. O.lk-
Isnil. dell TuSnTu tf
SVS'lill KAtIH-2 BEAUTIKIiL NEWS-ROOM
—(. VW cottages 1 bloci from Sau Pablo a»e.
WILLIAM J. DINUEE, Oakland, dell ThSuTu tf
atV-;.^!! * 500 HAL. MONTHLY: ELE
tiro^.o". gant new 7-ro..m liouse: close to cable
line. WILLIAM J. DINOEE. Oakland. TUSuTutf
fit OQ_ W lON INSTALLMEN 1 S-ELEOANT NEW
*f""W. 6-rooiu cottage, near Adeline Station.
WILLIAM .1. DI.MiEE, Oakianil. dell TUSuTutf
ffljl I7C EACII-100 LIITSIN'fiIE ISEAI'TIKUL
tip X I O MUUurli ot Loriu ; no such bargaiu ever of
fered lv Oakland: rlgut in the line or improvements:
new terry to San hranclsco: new street railroad to
Oakland; come at once before prices advance; sure
to make iiiiini'y; sji6 down, $5 per month: send for
circular. I'HiUliH _ BAKER, 864 Washington
St. Oakland. Cal. delO eodA-Su tf
HiI'MWl T-ACII-10 LOTS IN THE NICEST' SLH
<TiJUU urb of Oakland, Lorin, near new electric
road anu new ferry to San Francisco: tine unob
structed view; liest bnrpain lv Oaklund; sure to
make money; size oT lots -10x160; terms $50 cash,
linlance *10 per month: don't fail to see these lots,
CLOL'UH A BAKI 11. It'll Washington.nlOtf Suieod
9t,Ot\(\ HAUGAINS; AKEVY LO TS : W ELL Ll>
tip-^OU. cated: 3 blocks from local trains: only 5
cent fare to s.-iu Fraucisco ou inouthiy.tlckets: are
near new electric road; terms *25 cash, balance
$10 monthly. See H. 11. KINNEY, 484 Ninth St..
Oakland; ollice open until 7 P. M. de 7 tf
«CO'JK A GREAT SACR.EICE-2 BEAUTIFUL
tipO—. O. lots, oniy 100 feet iro.ni Kledinont avenue
street-car; owuer is compelled to leave city. See. IL
B. KINNKY. li>4 Ninlli St.. Oakland. BOM tf
1 1 I'l". HAM. IV * CO.~HAVE KEMOVED TO
«J 1;:51 Kaik st.. wlierc we are now prepared to
build homes to suit purchasers oo easy terms; also
improved and unimproved property for sale. n'_3 tf
"1 OTS 8100, $12^^6l3r$26o^8i!l> DOWN. »10
XJ per month: last rtiance rorcheap lots; Seminary
aye. : only a few more beaullfu.ly sltnated lots left
ln tnislract: Senili.nry aye. now sewered: franchise
granted for tleitric railroad, which passes the
property; l.uv ln-fore the raise. For rurther partic
ulars apply to Tw. ntj-third Avenue Land Company,
1153 Twentj -third aye. , East Oakland, new Bank
Ba in I lug. no! 4 tf
LOT S ON PIEDMONT AYE.. 28:6x110 Ft 778400.
84-0-. 1 lot at i ..!■:-. i Oate. 2 blocks Irom sta
tion. 50x125 tt., souih iront only $600: easy terms.
SALSBURY Jt FTTZOKKALD, »75 Nlllth st. Oak
land. ocl tr
A WEEK'S NEWS FOR 5 CENTS— THE W EEKLT
Cai.i.. in wraolier. reads Tor inaiiin..
HOPSBH ANII lllli.MS.
MA NIC ORE— FINO FfiTNTul^nsEAUT 1KI £1)17?
lli.iti MiirKi-l i-;.. Oakland, by an artist, aulil tf
mm Mimmm
ALAMKDA KKAI. EBTATK.
A LAMKDA AG E N C V - AUVEKTISLMKVTS
J» and subscription.^ rereiveil at tue Alameda
Brancli omce of Tiik Muumng Call, SCH.NI_I-
Vh.ll A CO., 1435 Fark St.
fi;9l|l/| IOITA(d'', 6 KOOMS, ISASKMKN V,
$-i2uu, house 9 rooms, -jiinuy side, easy
terms or exebange f«-r :ois; bouses built to order.
GKO. A. FnWLKi;, Hluh sr., Alameda. deUO Tt*
OLOQlin * Jo ° CASH, BALANCE $23~T'KB
*i>. jL*J*'\J. nioutii; lot 40x15d; cottage; 4 rouita
hi«b basement. No. 493
$3000~Lot 40x150: cottage of 5 rooms and batb;
fine garden and lawn; j .ou;> cash, balance $*0 per
montn. No. 4SI
f:rJso— Lot 37:Hx120: new 2-story house of 7
rooms au'l batb; line marine view; $SUU cash, bal
ance $40 per montn. No. 452
$4000— Lot 50x150; cottase of 5 rooms and bath,
with stable; a NW. corner; $500 cash, balance $20
per month. No 484
$1500— Lot 37 :6x140; new 2-story house; 7 room.
and bath; $1000 cash, balance $10 per mouth. 491
$1700— Lot 37:6x100; new 2-story house or 1
rooms and b.tb. on Central aye.; $1000 *.' -Ak ■■■■ v
;: M - $50 oat month. No. 505
$5000— Lot t>*.ixl49: rotta^e of S rooms and I'ath,
w lib store, barn ani orchard; a SW. corner. 411
$6840— Lot 115x200: cottage of 9 rooms and
bull), wind mill and tank; easy terms. N ». 496
$7UOO— Lot M>x2oo; eoltaire of 8 rooms and bath;
flne fcardcu, lawns, etc.; beat neighborhood: a bar
gain. No. 13
1 .ti_ai:,s in building lots iv all parts of Aiii.ueli,
also bouse to let and money to loan, by IL X
WOKKAL -t CO., 1428 lark st., Alameda, and 40..
Aloni^oinery >t.. gM Francisco. ocl 9 tt
"nUtKKLKY KOOMS AND HOUSES.'
8 NKW HOUSES; PRICE $3500 TO $SUOU: ALL
modern inipri-vemi-nts: mucadamized street. X.
L..FKKi:si;, corner College way and Walnnt st.,
Berkeley xm>2\* 26f
REAL ESTATE.
In the Auction- Eocm To-Day.
Sales Reported— Notes.
Easton, Eldridge & Co. will offer at miM>
auction to-day a select catalogue ol mis
cellaneous city property, embiaciug a Post
street business corner, a Western Addition
residence and French flats a Pacitic Heights
residence, an improved investment on
Union street, superior residence lots and a
Soutn San Francisco cottage.
G. U. Uuibseii & Co. have sold two lots on
the east line of Eureka street, between
Twentieth and Twenty-first, 50x75 each; the
northwest corner of Howard and Adair
streets; also 2424 Mission street, between
Twentieth and Twenty-first, 24x00, for
BSISO, and t he lot 30x82 :U and improvements
at the southeast corner of Greenwich and
Fillmore streets for 84450.
William Ilinkel of llinkel Brothers has
purchased from John \\ iginnre 127:8)4x
10;*:8, on the southwest corner of Octavia
nud Broadway, and he will bhortly com
mence the erection of a few modern houses,
which will be finished in natural wood. Mr.
Hmkel paid S'-'l.ooo for the land.
Buckingham it Co. have sold lot 75x100, en
I street, near Tenth avenue, for S_7sj; lot
50x120, on EighLh avenue, noar 1 i-tteet and
Olympic Club grounds, for $20! 0; lot 25x100,
ou Seventh avenue, near J street, for 81100.
Since October 1, 1888, the firm reports the
sale of Stuthside and Sunset Heights lots
aggregating in the neighborhood of $465,000.
J. M. Dodge, formerly County Clerk,
Treasurer and Tax-Collector of Sun Diego,
has associated with Mi Garvie & Co., real
estate brokers, at 028 Market street, where
lm will be glad to see his Sau Fiancisco
friends.
P. A. Dolan & Co. report the sale of lot
25x83 :<i on the Mission road, near Silver ave
nue, for 81200; 15 lots in Block loots for 82250;
4 lots in Block 1000, $600, aud 2 lots iv Block
987. S:*00.
P. 1.. Eoscialowski, real estate broker
with Easton, Eldridge «.. Co.. has returned
from the East, where he had been on busi
ness for the firm. He reports that the
cliief aim of the various cities which he
visitid Is the acquisition of territory and
population rather than general improve
ment. He cites Chicago as an example nnd
says that at the lust election two suburban
towns were admitted into the corporaiiou
buying an area ol twenty-eight square miles,
with only a combined population of about
101,0. St. I.ouis, in the other hand, is suread
ing out rapidly in all directions, and real
estate in that city is very low, yielding in
niHiiy cases from 15 to 20 per cent on invest
ments. He states lurther that the Omaha
boom has subsided, and that one-third of
the ciiv is being devoted to agricultural
purposes, taxation there being 4 per cent on
an assessment of 50 cents ou the dollar.
Middleton & Sharon will offer at public
vendue, at their salesroom, 22 Montgomery
street, to-morrow, at 12 o'clock noon, 19
lots on Sixteenth street, Hampshire street.
Pi trero avenue, Clipper street, near Xoe.
Church and Twenty-eighth streets, corner
Dolores and Army streets. Twenty-seventh
street, near Sanchez, corner Sixteenth aud
Flint streets. Homer street, near Chesley,
and 14 lots in Gift Map 4. It is a special
sale, and somo of tho property returns a
handsome income. A feature of" the offer
ii.g is the unusual number of coiners which
wiil be submitted.
builders' contkacts.
Timothy Flyun with John Blake, to build
on lot on south lino of Twenty-lift- street,
127:5 west of Church, west 25:0x114; SoOOO.
D. EL Sehriefer with L. D. Tnchetle, to
build on lot ou corner of Hunt aud -ialouia
streets, 54275.
IT STILL CONTIKU-S.
The ltr ivcrman Sale Will Lan lani New
War's Day.
lt seldom happens that an auction sale,
even though jewelry bo the article of dis
posal, attracts so much attention as that of
Louis Braverman & Co., who are offering
their entire stock at public vendue. The
firm has had such a long aud honorable
career and bears such an enviable repatatiou
for honesty and square dealing that people
have gone in large numbers to their store at
119 Montgomery street to make their Christ
mas purchases. Xo catalogue is used, but
the auctioueer offers at ouce any articlo
which he is requested by a visitor to sell,
thus occasioning no delay and avoiding all
con. petition which is not bo u a fide. The
go. ds are described with care and accnracv,
and no misrepresentation is permitted, so
that purchasers have never cause to ques
tion the reliability of the various offerings.
A large assortment of silverware and clocks
yet remaiu unsold, as well as a general
stock of diamonds and other precious stones.
The daily sales will continue until January
Ist, and this evening, as well as on Christ
mas eve, the auctioneer will be nt the stora
after hulf-p ist 7 o'clock in the evening.
"I AM NOT INSANE."
Mrs. Allen Before (he Lunacy
Commission.
She Demands Counsel, Appears Perfectly Ssns
snd Says Her Accusers Are Swear
ing Away Her Eeputation.
Mrs. Henry H. Allen, who was arrested at
tne Occidental Hotel on Saturday and taken
to the Home of the Inebrlate-s was before
the Insanity Commissioners yesterdny for
examination.
She and husband, the wealthy mining op
erator, have been stopping at tne Occidental
for some two weeks. The cause of her arrest
was the conn-lainls of the management that
she had on many occasions of late behaved
in a must violent manner and had become n
great annoyance to the guests. Many of
them feared her, and to prevent the possi
bility of an outbreak her meals were served
in her room.
-Manager Hooper of the Occidental made
the complaints atrainst her. He said she be
haved like au insane woman, and he be
lieved she is insane. At the most unex
pected moments she would come tearing
and screaming down to tne business office of
the hotel and demand her husband, ex, Uiin
itig that he bad not been home for days and
that somebody was keeping ki_ away from
her. Outbreaks of this violent character
had become quite frequent, and once in par
ticular, when she caused a sceue on l'lue
atreet, in front of thb Stock Exchange.
MOST I'ATIKXT AXD COMPOSED.
She was taken to the new City Hull from
the home in the prison van, aud when es
corted to the dingy, unattractive apartments
of the Commissioners sat through the exam
ination by far the most patient and com
posed of any one in the room.
Mr. Hooper was preseut, and also his as
sistant, Gavin McXabb, and to h t-stiti^das
lo Mrs. Allen's behavior. They said that in
her violent fits she was always looking for
ncr husband, and is so very demonstrative
that those who see her think her dangerous
when in those Bts. She is very mtn-h of a
lady, Mr. Hooper sai 1, and he did nut be
lieve she knew auythiug abiut Iter violent
conduct.
Gaviu McXabb said he believed morphiue
had been admtnis'ere 1 to her by gome wo
man doctor. Ho hail n .tiied that after such
vi-its Mrs. Allen always acted str.iu;;ely.
Judges Coffey antl Troutt sat through the
examination, and, after Hooper and McXabb
had given their testimony and departed.
Mrs. Allen politely, and with the utmost
composure, asked the Judges to hoar what
the had to say.
She denied lirmly that sho is the least bit
insane, and declared ihat every word spoken
against her was false. She accus-d Hooper
n i.d McXabb of trying to swear h'-r n-p,na
tion away, and in untamed that stin should
be given the right to be defended by cmn
seL Iteferring to her past sue suid that her
maiden name was Marian Maclouaid. Sua
is of Scotch descent, and at th • u^e of 13
> ears she married Jouu L. limner, one of
ihe Ne«v York Knickerbockers, now de
ceased, by whom she had four children, hix
years ago she married her present husband,
who is ull that a husband could be lo a wile.
Mits. Allen's statement.
"He is a very heavy drinker," said sbe,
"and it has required the efforts of a de
voted wife to bieuk up this bad habit, lie
is now about tio years of age, and he can no
longer stand up lo the bar and drink with
younger men. After he gets too much liquor
lie must go to a private rouin to continue the
debauch. It is then that 1 go and look for
him. ladmitthat i weuttoLeidesdurlTstreet,
and frequently to the h.tel office after him.
lie Uvea between the bar and the office."
She also insisted that he kuew nothing uf
the proceedings against her, and that at
tempts to have her sigu papers that would
injure her were unavailing.
\\ hen asked il she was not excitable sho
replied forcibly that she is uot. She always
spoke forcibly and to the point. Sometimes
she became worried over her husband. She
was asked whether the doctors had ever pre
scribed morphine for her. "Xo," she re
plied. "1 have hired a lady to rub ray knee,
Ihe ligaments of which I sprained. X have
never taken morphine, aud I never drink to
excess or through habit. Before the God
whom I adore, 1 swear that I am uot in
sane."
Alter the examination had gone far
■ •ii. -ii.n to satisfy the Judge he said be
would consult with Judge Troutt and to
gether appoint counsel for her. Meanwhile
she will remain at tho Home of the luebri
tites until another day is sut for hearing.
I)KUSK_.N KUFFIANS.
They Asaanlt a Hun mill KUk Ills Facs
Mum _ IrniKlly.
Henry Gunselnian, living at 2*17 Minna
street, was assaulted by two drunken men
at 7 o'clrck yesterday morning at the corner
of Third and Minna streets, lie had a sack
ou his shoulder, which attracted the atten
tion of the carousers, one of whom linked
what was in the sack.
"It Is none of your business," replied
Gunselnian.
The reply annoyed the drunkards and a
fight followed, in which Gur.seluian was
overcome and seriously injured. He wns
knocked down uion the street, whereupon
one of tho drunken ruffians kicked out oue
of his teeth and gashed his forehead and face
by repeated kicking.
'Ihe injured man was taken to the Ilecciv
ing Hospital and the others escaped.
COAST ITEMS.
Brief Nnii-s From Pacific States and
Territorlr 8-
Twenty-five tons of buhach were shipped
from Atwater .Station this season.
The people of Biggs intend to clehrate
Christinas by haviug two trees for the chil
dren.
The Vallejo Times says that several full
grown slieep have been killed near town by
coyotes.
John W. Mitchell of Merced is preparins
to plant 1000 acres to nlfalfa along the line
of the Stevenson Ditch.
The street railway at Albuquerque, N. M.,
has been sold to an Eastern company, whs
will change the system by using electricity
ini-teaii ol horses.
William Kinillny nf Bodega started on a
hunting trip last Wednesday, lie hud not
g.. tie far when liis rifle was discharged .inn
the young man fell dead with a bullet in liis
brain.
A recent visitor to the quartz mines of
Grass Valley was M. Suberliee, whu o.vns a
quartz mine on the island of Madagascar.
He came to get points for iiu.rovin.: his
property.
The Walker Lake Bulletin says: The
cold weather has knocked th? hght out of
our Piute fellow citizens. With Govern
ment biiink.!i. wrapped aoout them, they
nppear at our houses and humbly beg for
"duIT."
A San Jose jury have given a verdict to
M. B. Angevine for 88500 against Mrs.
Goodrich. The plaintiff sued to recover
damage tn his health caused by defec tive
sewerage and plumbing in a boiise rented
from defendant.
Max Procht, Collector of Customs nt
Juneau, Alaska, was indicted recently by ■
United States Grand Jury for alleged ex
tortion. A jury acquitted bim without
leaving their seats. The charge-, were
trim, in ii up by whisky smugglers wno were
prosecuted by l'roeht.
The Oroville Mercuiy says that Judge
fiiay ha 9 fallen heir to the old ivory-ke.ide.l
cane that was cariiid by the lata Judge
Sexton during bis long and honorable
judicial career iv Butte. The Judge prizes
the cave very highly, for it seems to be Ma,
dated with the judicial history of the county.
The Virginia Chronicle Say-: The t.ro
pi ictor of the huckboard ship line between
l'ioclu! and Elko announces that hereafter
he will cany no passengers who are in an
intoxicated condition. A couple of week-,
ago a drunken prssenger caught hold of the
driver enusing the huckboard to tip over,
which resulted iv Ihe breaking of another ■
passenger's leg.
Mrs. I ii.-i ii nnd Not .Mur^iliy.
William Gilson, who paid such marked
attentions to Mrs. Winnie Laverty, at 501
Harrison street, on Thursday and Fri
day, is out on $1200 bail. He was
charged with assault with a deadly
weapon and disturbing the peace, by
Officer J. C. Daiey who made tne arrest.
Mrs. Murphy, a roomer in the house, Ind
her name mixed up with the scandal on ac
count of the cowardice of the other inmates
in compelling her to thrust tne hiit-he.rt.nl
lover out of doors, and she is anxious for the
affair to come to trial to clear tier name of
all connection with it. Gilson and Mrs.
Laverty are sakl to have had a similar quar
rel about a year sluce.
The Next tir ■ nil Jury.
The following are the names of the per
sons who will compose the uext Grand
Jury: M. Hart, Conrad Meuss'lorffer,
James E. Nolan, L. S. Kincaid. Edward C.
Chever. L S. Ackerman, F. S. Chadboume,
Edward F. Cluiu. Frank Jaynes, W. B. Wil
shire, George I. Ives, Cornelius O'Connor,
Henry L. Davis, F. R. Webster, H. M.
Black, Charles F. Bassett, Thomas Jen
nings, Samuel C. Partridge and John B.
Lewis. H. S. Davis was appointed Foreman,
and Frauk Jaynes will be tbe Secretary.
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