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. IiISIXF.SS CHANfKS.
SK 1^(1(1 «OMMEI!CIAL EXPKK.SS AND
<TI«JUU. transfer business; partner wanted as
book-keeper, cashier and shipping, receiving and
forwarding general freight and merchandise- work
-I)US ROoil teams with all they can do; lias line
"SSf*- I'anis. etc.. and a trade clearing to each
?10() to $26 per montb, and rapidly growing
making It absoluiely necessary to h-ve a ecmd man
;or B ei,cral ..fnc 8 work; this business will bear a
. on Investigation, ami to thoso seeking a 1 «*iti
:uule investment special attention Is Invited to
t jejgmfc^j^o^EWAjtj^lggjttiarny st. It
STfifl p ABTNER WANTED IN FIRST-CLASS
i^.n.». i cor ? erMlo<>ll: ° I>e " dI1 >aud night; Im
mense trade; elegant place; uorthM.irkct; billiards.
1" u .riub-roomsMiercrsurbaliargaln: Investigate:
trial. Particulars of UEO. STEWAR 1 . 135 Kearny. l
$4<lO B , tTCIIKRS - ATTENTION - FIRST"
Wa' 1 ". class corner shop north of Market St.;
Si'fw bt-st-paj ine in the cliy; bas trade $35 to
*11K> per day ; very fine team: trade of the very best
l-milles 111 Western Addition: rent cheap, with
food stable; la a bargain seldom met with- muM be
rtww.^SHJR?" ■" ofler: terms ca »y- uEO
>i a-.w AKI, 135 Koarny St. It
St^Rfl COMMISSION IIUSINESS PARTNER
J^ "•*"■'• wanted; nell-cstablished trade; clears
$150 per month. ai:d the only object of taklnga
Partner is to turther increase the same, everything
1-ilni favorable for a largeand rapid Increase; must
l:avehelp: rrefois parturr to keeping a clerk; good
man wanted more than money: no night or Sun
day work: full Investigation and best of references.
Se,- BKO. s : KV. ART. 135 Kearny st. It
TO SELL OUT YOUR BUSINESS PROMPTLY
for rash, go to I. 1). BARNARD. 1148 Market st.
be^ Masonjind Taylor: established 1859. It*
itOOO '"'Olil <i; AND IKI IT STOKE: MAKE
V *}\J\r. an offer: must scll<in account of sickness;
old stand. I. D. BARNARD. 1 148 Market St. It*
\\- ODD AND CO ALYABD.TaBTNEK 1 WANTED.
'' I. I). BARNARD, 114S Market St., nr. Tmytof. •
<K HOME BFSTAUKANT FOR SALE-Tn
t, in'll. a fine loi-atii 11: doing a trade of at least
$12 a d»y and clearing at the rate ot $00 a month
sirkuess of owner the only cause for selling: a most
tin roiiL-h Investigation allowed. Apply K KFNNY
gy Kearny st. de23tf '
V \l)(\ PARTNER WANTED IN ONE OK THE
r %, uWi best-paylu; cash businesses In this citv.
willi a large trjde. both here aud 1.1 the country
\ t>iabiished 10 years, and clearing at least $230 per
month over, all expenses, which will be tally
proven ; uo previous experience required, as the.
■ !u:les are plain and easily learned: must be or
suailj nauits; business Is sure t.) double Inside or
one year; owner prefers a partner to depending
iq-oi^hlrydhelp^^Appiy K. KENNY. 22 Kearny. tf
Sify^O p AKTNER WANTED TO ASSIST IN
j M tending to the bar In a tine liquor saloon
and otiliard-ronm in one ot the bes: locnions lu this
city; clearing at least $_'00 per mouth; owner is
thoroughly reliable ard is one ot the best-known
and most popular men I" thlsclty: he has concluded
to no longer depend upon hired help; incoming
man must be of sober habits; this is a plain busi
ness, and owner will teach you how to attend bar if
not already posted. Apply K. KENNY. 22 Kearuy. tf
Cl9 KflA noxnasa mill and hi:
_t A — •u\i\.J. works; improved roller machlnerv-
Lirge capacity: located la oue of the bestagriciil
tnral counties In tbe Sacramento Vallev, and town
of 4:100 population: block of land worth ncarlr tue
price asked: gilt-edged business offend at 40 per
cent of value If applied for at ouce: satisfactory
reasons tor veiling. Further particulars of san
I BANCISCO LAND CO, 330 Piue St. de27 3t
KKW-SPArER ROUTE: GOOD INVESTMENT
cbe-.p for cash. A pply 805 Treat ave. u 27 tf
\T YOUR OWN PRICE, ON ACCOUNT OF RE
moval, candy and stationery store- 4 living
rooms. Iblt) umon st. de-J7 3t»
QOAAfi UKOCEP.Y AND BAK; OLD KSIAII
-- — "Wi lish=d plac.-; o.ly corner: clears $150
a uioulh: 11..U heuitu reason for m- ::i,j. Inquire
Call ornce. de27 7t*
GOO 1 -PAVING RESTAURANT, ON ACI <1 i ' N I
of disso utlOO Of part: ershlp; cheap: 5 ■ e:irs'
ljji^c. 1., rp.tr: , :,hirs littjnlre 3'JO Sutter St. 27 7*
KABE CHANCE— SALOON TO BE SOLD Tu
day. 414 Thir.i st. de27 3t»
VVKf) PARTNER WANTED IN FINE RKS
V— «JV'. tauraut; good location. Applv ('ail
r.raii'ch Otrice. de27 3t*
< 1 TvM PARTNER WANTED TO-DAvTIiOOD
»: 1 oV. saloon: d"i:'t miss this chance. Apply 11.
W H_lTK,_7Ui Market .si. "it*
\l AN IHi Vi KADI MAN TO TAKE HALF tH
" tereal in a good-pa>ing lodgiiig-noose: cen
-•<•■ •< » located: price $525. Apply to B. WHITK,
7l^ >larket li*
DOWNTOWN RESTAURANT AND COFFI-T
■ : half or whole; uo ageuts. Apply at Call
Branca O:lic-.-. de26 3l»
-: lAA MSOTAURAHTi HOME OOOK1HO;
<^ l\>vr. fine class of customers; No. 1 trade
everything 111 good cmlltlon : sultatile for man and
wife or two ladies. ICWING, 8651._, Market St. It*
S;",",ll SALOON; BARGAIN THIS DAY. Mc
<T«JOV>. I.AUIiHLIN A CO.. 26 Ke»rny. 1 1 •
£; '->OO SALOON : 1 1 RNISHEDKOOMS; BAK
ST»""- gain. MrLAfUHUN. Jli Kearny. 1«
SALOON CHEAP. 190 JESSIE STREET.
, de26 3t«
pISAB-BTOBE MUST BE SOLD; ACCOUNT
V. sickness. 333 Third st. (ie26 ot*
vJJ; IJO CANDY. NOTIONS AND CIGAITsTORE.
<B> IW, 7U4 Filbert St., cor. Montginry ave. 2o 7*
(£QO CIGAR-STORE; FINiTIoCAT!O~N. Al'
»J^ \f' ply 210 Grant ave. de26 7t*
MANi HOMES BUILI UPON LAKEVIEw!
de2l SlSuTh FrSaSn
foR SALE— LONG-ESTABLISHED BUSINESS.
with lease; IVi bucks from Market. Apply at
Po.ik-store. Ig2 O'Farreil st de2s tr
SVJ7X SPLENDID CHANCE; PAYING SA
'. «'"■ loon for sale; 4 living rooms: rent $25;
cueap. 727 Montgomery ave. de2s 3t*
Q_ 1 K.f\ SALOON — BARGAIN THIS DAY.
<iP 1 O\J. morrow & Co.. »6i Market st. 25 3»
PAKTNEK VVANTED IN FIRST-CLASS COM
m ssion boslnasa; $250 is the price. J. «. gale,
906 Market st- de2s 3t»
AP.TIES WITH SMALL MEANS WHO HAVE
bot used their ri?bu to public lamls will find It
u;thelr interest to call at Room 1.538 Kearny. 2s »•
SALOON— 'riRST OFFER BUYS It! Th"e
Volnntf'T. 69 Market st. de2s 7t»
CMT., TAYING RESTAURANT: $150; MUST
0 sell: leaM:i: city: reut $/5. 1119 Market st.,
l>«t. seventh and E:ahtli. opp. city Hall. de2s 3t*
iMRST-CLASS SALOON AND LODOING-HOrjSE:
one of best paying businesses in city : selling on
ecconut of otfter buslnesi. 638 Sacramento. ''4 7t*
PARTNER" ~WIIH SMALL CAPITAL; h, 7&
--1 thing new. 1073',, Market St. Koum a. dell tr
\\ UST HE SOLD THIS WEEK-AT COST.
i'l stock and fixtuies; rare chance; man and wire.
Call I'.ranch Office. 0e23 7t*
STOCK AND I'IXTURES OF A CANDY FA<
tory and Ice-cream parlor; opposite a school of
1400 children: rent $10. store with 3 rooms. Apply
on premises, 60H j Geary st. de'23 tf
rult SALE— WHOLE OR HALF INTEREST IN
-T good-paying coffee and cbcp bouse, centrally lo
cated; one block off Market st. Inquire 40 Third
street. de22 7t»
/■KOI'EKY AND BAR FOR SALE. APPLY AT
' ' 313 sixth st., cor. or Shipley. de-,42 7t»
P HOTOURA PU GALLEBY r , WITHOUT INSTBL 7
-l incuts: cheap. Inquire O. VOSS, >,41 ■:.-:.
street. de2\ 7t*
I. 5S SALE— WELL-PAYING IiOTTLED-Btliß
1 route. Apply 1201 Polk st. de'2o 14t»
\l- ANTED— FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE TO DE,
" velop and cerfect Invention. Address R. H..
10i::-:"45_Mar»ct st. de2o 15t»
«;7'-.ri CORNER GKOCEBY AND BAB: MUST
4 O\r . sell on account of other business. Apply
this oKice. delB lot*
t'OR SALE— THE WHOLE OK A HALF INTEK
est in an old established liquor saloon, in tbe
■vlcii.ity ol Fourth and Market sts. : a bargain for
caao.orwiu exchange In part for approved city
6roi;erty: no ageuts. Address J. D.. Box 128. Call
dcl7 tr
Pdlt SAI.K-TIIK WELL-KNOWN NATIONAL
Hotel. 512 lush st. : containing 33 rooms: bas
been kept by present owner nearly 9 years; sells
account other busiuesa. ADply to "the owner.
millKKf \MLNKKE: no agents. delß 15t»
1> AP.TNER IN MANUFACTURING BUSlNESS
rhivcriug extracts, etc. 37 Eddy st. ik-14 tf
TOB BALE— A SMALL WKKKLY PUBUOATTON,
J Including plant; at present on a paying basis;
fcili e t:<OI). Address Z., Box 27. this oflice. dell tf
*"i'i > HEK-SHOP FOR BENT. 1536 D"IT)RES
J-> at., near Twenty-nlnttL n022 tf
OLD - LSTABLIsIIKD GENERAL MEHCHAN
iIise, dry goods, notions, glassware: must sell.
9iiB Seventeenth St. nol2 tf
PARTNER FOR GOOD-PAYING MANUFACTUR-
X ing business to keep books and selling. 142
Bancroft Building. ' ae7M
LOIIGIXG-BOI'SES FOK SAI.K.
dSOOK 13 ROOMS SKAK~WEvT~cirY~iiA€v
Q— OO • I. I). BARNARD, 1148 Market St. lt»
T.-ULL FURNISHED ItOOMINU-lIUUSE FOR
J sale cheap. 2 Washington st It*
■ &(\!\{\ LODGING-HOUSE, 40 ROOMS; BaR
i£OVU. gain. MCLAUGHLIN, 86 Kearny. If
lj>ooo MUST BE SOLD AT ONCE, FOR GOOD
V'JUI/. reasons; 15-room lodging-house, full of
tenants. Apply at 544 Sixth St., near Brannan.26 7*
e.«»OOO PART CASH OR EXCHANGE FOR
r^'/Ul'U, real estate, bouse 140 rooms. 3t» bay
wiudow suits, facing on 2 sts.: pays over expenses
$450 per month: 6 years' lease: satisfactory rea
sons for selling. EWING. 865'.^ Market. de2s 3t»
SlO^A 37-KOOM HOUSE; ALL FULL AND
•_!—'*''. clearing $110 per month; long lease;
hoaM lately reuovated throughout; partial pavmeut
If desired. Inquire 650 Mission St. de2s 7t«
J 1.. CAIiILL, 9.12 MISSION ST.. ABOVE C. S.
. Mint : whitening, paper-hanging, painting. 3in
Y-i .P. sAI.K-KIN^R^)ADSTEBTTVEASs~OLLr,
' X streci by Wuippieton: very promising colt: per
■ fectiy safe for a lady to drive aud sound; any trial
caii be had or this coll. Apply to BOBEP.T FAY,
1*29 Mission >t. de27 tf
HOKSE AND BUGGY AT A SACKIrICE; $75.
1613 fcddy st. de27 i!t»
GOOD UOBSES. COAL-YABD. LYON ST., BET.
Sutter and Hush. de23 7t«
UST ARRIV ED FROM THE COUNTRY, 15
head of the finest selected horses tint ever came
'" to this market : 1 pair of truck horses {3200 pouuds i,
3 pair or carriage horses, 1 pair of seal browns
' ■ '' l/ s bauds, 6 years old and tine steppers). 1 pair
of very stylish bays (lb* hands and 1 Inch hl^h. 1.-
Dable for family use;, 1 pair of dark bays (lti hands.
fi years old and btyllsh for doctor or priva'e famlly
HLd Cue roadsters;, 5 head of horses, averaging
from 1300 tu 1400 rounds: also mares heavy In
Io.J. wi-i.-ht from 1450 to 1600 pouuds. at 1919
Howard sL de!7 14t
PROOF OF THE PUDDING IS THE TAST-
Ing; have you seen Lakevlew T de2l 5t suthfrsasu
aIO oVvNERS OF CARRIAGE AND lIOAD
horses— Tub Souther Farm has every facility for
giving the best of care and attention to all animals
tent there: everything under cover In storms.
Write for circulars and references to OILBKKT
TOMPKINS. Souther Kami. San Leandro. n0271f
AEWIMi MA THIN KM.
A~TXYtIMJB«F~BEWING-MACHINEB TO BENT;
$2 per month. 1308 Market st. delß 14 1_
. ~Q_~K>n NEW YORK Oil HELPMATE; 15BAN0
•S •>•>■ new; lateat: best for $35 : all kinds repaired;
rented cheap. J. L. HICKS. 867 Mission, uirl tf
SEWING MACHINES FOR BALK AND K»
I lain-d. W. P.. UIG'.INS. ]Ul>tf'/« Howard st. tr
_ LEGAL, NOTICES.
DEPARI:.HENT~NO*'IO^P^6IiATIt IN THE
Superior Court in and for tbe city and county of
San rrancisco. State of California. In the matter
ol the estate of DOLORES P. HURLING, deceased.
Notice Is heieby given that Wednesday, tin; 7m day
of January, A. D. 1891, at 10 o'clock a. m. of said
day, and the court-room of said court, at the new
City Hall, in the city and county ot San Francisco,
Htate of California, have been appointed as the
lime aud place for proving tbe will of said DO
1.1 1 !:!..> P. BURLING, deceased, and for hearing
we application of J. P. WALKER for tbe Issuance
. Jfj liim ot letters testamentary tbereon.
Dated December 18, 1890.
16KA1.J WSI. A. DAVIES. Clerk.
By (iM). P. Aiuuh, Deputy Ulerk.
S.G. Nyc, •••irjic-y for petitioner. Utt lot
FTRNITCIiK FOR SALE.
$ 1 0 IK i^ pnTTLA^cIE^EEiEYTIviLTTiUY
TV, y* *?° Kast <""n folding-bed, oak or cherry.
AKONSON'S, 1310 Stockton »tj oc2B Bin
•VEW AND SECOND-HAND FURNITURE, CAR
-_-2 petsj. stares, etc MAIOMB.B* Fourth. 0c24 3m
IJUY LOTS IN LAKEVIEW, THS BEAUTIFUL.
de2l 5t SuThFrSaSu
A GOOD CHANCE-YOUR HOUSE FURNISIIEO
-i» complete with fnruiiure, carpet*, stoves, cur
tains, blankets, pictures and mirrors at cash prices,
ou easy lustaliuieuts; mi, a I deposit. M. FRIKD
MAN « CO.'S. largest Installuieiit house ou the
1 0:1st, 228 and 230 Stockton, aud 237 Post St.; open
evenings: prompt attention paid to country orders.
DON'T FAIL TO VISIT THE STANDARD FUR.
uituro Company. 1045 Market st. before fnr
nl»hlug your house or your rooms. sell) IT
\£W CHAilltEt: SETS OK 7 PIECES. $15 CASH,
■*•' or Installment. WILI.EY lIROS. "J3I Mission, tt
COUNTRY BIiYBBS~WIBHINII SEC(jND-BANff
furniture or carpets, at reduced prices, call*;
BOSEN Til AL'S, 110 Fourth sL ; satisfaction guaran
teed or money refunded: goods shipped rree. nllcr
QTEBLINU VIRNITUKIi" CO.— CAIIPETSANO
0 Hit miiir* ilia and 1041 Market St., Bosentlial
KnlMiug. au7 tf
ALL MY GOODS ABK DOWN TO BEIi-ROcS
prices: parlor suits $25, ranges $t), new chain-
Ici sets complete $15: reductions all round- cash ir
Installments. T 11. NELSON. 13tt Fourth st sua
' I •HE EVEN ING" BULLEtTnT PrTcF REDUCED
1 to 15 cents per week, delivered by carrier to any
part of the city ; the Bulletin Is tbe best, oldest
and largest evening paper published ou tlie coast;
orders M postal-card or otherwise win receive
prompt attf.itlon. onlce H22 .Montgomery st.
S^} ir ETB-
A BT SQUARES, $57 BKU?s"ETs7IioTrT\!D'.
**■ »• *■ SHIBSK. 1234^ Storkton st. doiu lm
7,^ CENTS ON INSTALLMENTS WILL B~UY
•<> carpets: sold elsewhere at 91. ABONSON,
1310. Stockton st. or2K 61110
pAI:PETS-SMITH T S~BRUSSELSr6Sc"A YARD;
V Installment price elsewhere $1 a yard. M
KKItDMAN A CO.. 228-230 Mocktuu.aud 237 Post
BRUSSELS 50c, oiL~»'LOTiri!6c. MATTING 15c,
linoleum 60c. poles 25c, shades 25c, body Brus
sels 75c; carpets, furniture, etc., ou easy terms.
NEWMAN HUPS.. 11" Sixth r.i. oelltf
PI ANtW^JVIIOLJN S AND SHEET MUSIC.
If INE a^lir^^irfKuTHr'AT^irSACHlFlcE.
J 61S Haiglit St.. near Steiner. de2s Bt*
THKKE IS A GRAND FL'TUKE FOR LAKE-
A view. (Ic2l ot SuThFrSaSu
s£ 1 (ifl UPRIGHT: GREAT BARGAIN; FOR
<ipXUV>. sale mi $5 per month. 213 Powell. 25 7t
BYRON MALZY, AGKNT BOHMKB, CHASE
Bros.. Newby a Evans. 308 Post at. my22 tt
HOLIDAY FIANO'SCHEAP: CASH OR INSTALL
ment. BCHMITZ. 1489 Market, nr. 10th. ocs if
PIANO TEACHER FROM LEIPSU' COMSBKTAr
tory of Music; $1 p r lesson. 526 Hayes. de2l !>»
BEST PLA<E ON THE COAST TO BUY A 11ANO
or an organ. F. W. SPK iCKR i CO.'S. 72.t Mjr
ket st.. second Door: pianos from $100; organs from
$60: leading makers; Boost stock. ocl7 tr
ON THE SECOND FLOOR OF'IHE HISTOUY
Building wilt be found bargains in pianos and
organs of various makes. K. W. sl'liNCtlK A CO
7'J.f Market »t., second floor. 0c24 tf
HAI.LE T * DAVIS ANdITiMBAI.L PIANO \SO
_ Organ. Agency. W. O. BADUEIt. 725 Market nltf
I. INK CABINET BRAND- MUST BE BOLD; SEK
I It before you buy. 23 lllth St.. opp. Mint. 11014 t:
EMME.S LONG PIANOS; WAKEROOMS Itfl3
Polk st., cor. Clay: sold on Installments: seud
U^lljustraied cttalogue and terms. de4 tr
SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OK NEW ANITsEtT
-01..; •; 11,. 1 pianos ol promlneut makes: duu't fall
to Inspect our stock. T. M. AN rLSELL l'iauo Com
lany. Oild Fellows' Hall. Seveutb A Market, sell tt
L'AY. 1729 MISSION ST.-MANUI'ACTtiKKR OF
1 celebrated ha;, Piano; medal at Mechanics' Fair;
new. second-hand pUuns, Id good condition, 3lm
HALLETT a" CLMSTON PIANO. $11)0; IlllAD
bury.sl(>o; Schouiacker. $250: all in tirst-class
condition: open eve'gs. FAY. 1729 Mission. au27 Om
HORNUNIi'S I PRIGHT PIANOS: MOST BRlLL
ttntand powerfnL 917 Mission st. no2B tt
CB. CHASE A CO.. AOBVTB WIIf.ELOCK.
other n anus. 727 Market. ni6 tf
HABeAINB IN SECOND-HAND PIANOS ~ AT
I> KUHLEIt 1011 Market St. auiitr
Decker bros!' m atc h less" pianos.
KoIILER A- CH ASE^IO4I Market St. au2l tf
CTECK. HARDMAN. VOSE AND STEKLIN9
iJ pianos sold on $10 mODthlr Instalimeuta. I>ENJ.
CLBI'AZ *J*ON. sole aseuts, 20 o' Farrell st au7:!
TUXMAN— MAB CFACTUBEB OK THE CHSAP
est aul best pianos. 200* Market »t. oelo tf
L' L. NEI.MANN PIANOS; A NEW (SHIPMENT
r . just arrived. 82 Ninth st. au29 tr
JIST RECEIVED. 10 GOOD SECOND-HAND
planoi; terms low. STATHAM. 1322 Market. 2tf
DECKER 4 SON'S PIANOS, MUSICAL INSTRU
ineuts, a.i.i full stock or 10c sheet-music, ZKNO
MAUVAIS MUSIC CO.. 7U9 Mar»et st. Jyll tr
ABE YOU LOOKING FOR A HOME? 4UILD IN
l_ikeview. oc7 tf
■TI H E E V EN ING BULLETIN, PRICE SEDUCED
1 to 15 cents per week, delivered uy carrier to auy
part or the city; the Bulletin Is the be-st, oldest
aud largest evening paper published on the coast:
orders by postal-card or otherwise will receive
prompt aUfntion. office U'22 Montgomery st.
lOIJ SALE- MISIKLLAMiOCS.
SALOON ON GIiODTIUSIN^sToCATIO>rniKr
lug a good bosiness: selling on account of sick
ness. A; ply ( M.L Krauch omce. .1.-J7 3t«
C-')ni| NICE, WELL -Fi KNISHED FLAT, 3
<j_?—\/<'. uwms and kitche '. Apply Call, 1ir.26 4,*
HUNTING OCTFITT INCLUDING TjOG. MAN
NING JONES. 1111 Mission st. de2B 21*
BLACK ANL> TAN PUPS FOK SALE. 625 PA
cific st, de'Js 3t*
SHREWD INVESTORS AKE BUYING LOTS IN
_ Lakevlew. ile-Jl 6t SuTh * rflafla
1 OflO GtNt * : HOLIDAY SALE AT Mli;l.\ ¥&,
i.\J\J\J 526 Kearny st. de» lm
4 NOVEL CHBIS'I MAS PRESENT— THK II AMI-
somest and mist elaliorato billiard t.il.ir. ever
mmnnfactored here at half cost. Inquire at P. LIK
SKNFELD'S warerooms, 1*45 Folsom st. no3o tf
SAFE. SCALE. LETTEK-PKESS, S t"OUE- 1 RUCII
and money-till, cheap. 10a Clay at. au2B tf
CHEPAUD S FOOT AMI POWEK LATHES.
O HICKS, agent. bti7 BPaeion 61. se27t:
SECONDHAND BOILERS, EmJlnEsTp U MPsT
sha.'tiuV. pulleys. Ucltlng, water pipaa etc Mo-
LMOSII a WIII.PMAN. 137 Beala st. .!.-! it
__KDUCAT I < > N AX.
/"COMPETENT LADY TEXcIfER^WILJPTuVK
V^ lessons in some of the KniilUh branches lu ex
changn Tor reading aloud. Addres.«|ll. 8., Box 137,
Call Branch Oflteq. de27 3t*
ME.WAI.DOW COHEN. TEAI'HhROF IIANO-
forte and sinking. I'JJSCaysL aul9 wfsn tr
piANOTKACHKR FBOM LEIPSIC CONSERVA-
J lory of Music: $1 per letKon. n2b" Hayes. 22 9t*
TT BEATS HANK INTEREST; AN INVESTMENT
Xja Lakevlew lots. de2l 5t SuThFrSaSu
AN HERSON'S NORMAL AND~I:.M VEBSITI"
classes: persons prepared for teachers' certi
ficates or to enter the State University. Boom 7,
OddJ'ellows' Ball, 1 !ty. del© lm
SIG. G. CIPOLLONI, FROM P.oMK, ITALY; MAN^
dolln studio. Room 105, St. Aim's lildg. de9 in.
SOUTHERN'S WRITING ACADEMY' 349 PHE
lan Hilg: 15 premiums; day and evening. deB 3m
CUORTHAND AND TYI'tWRI'i ING TAUGHT
0 in 4 mouths; inilividual instruction ; positions
found. New York School, 31 P Pine, l:oom so.ti lm
\ r OIAL LESSONS AND SINGIN'i CLASS. I'7)H
I. iius, PROF. OGILVIE, 605 Powell. no3o lm
'piiK EVENING BULLETIN, PRICE KEOCCEIi
1 to 15 cents per week, delivered by carrier to any
part or the city : the Bulletin Is . the best, oldest
and .. 1 . ■■•: evening paper published on the coast,
orders by postal-card or oinerwise will receive
prompt attention. Ofn:e 622 Montgomery st.
SCIIOOLOF CIVIL. MINING AND MJCUHANICAL
r-:.;;.i. tiring. Surveying. Architecture, Drawliu,
Aj^ayiug. A.VAN PER N Ai LLgN.733 Mars't 2lif
Hl-ALD'S BUSIINES3 COLLEGKT'irPOSr ST
Double-eutry i , ■ - „ .. -, pe.aiuaaihip. sQorK-
Hand, type-writing teiegrapny. etc., all luciudedu
toualuess course under oue tee of $75. .} .'.
PACIFIC JIUSINESS COLI.ICGE. mrOSIJt
Llfescho.'ars:ilD. $75: day ami ev--uinl. OG'J|}:C
1 BB EVENCfO BOLLETIN, PRICE KIsDUCKD
I to 15 cents per week, delivered by carrier to any
I art of the city: the Bulletin Is im i»--t. oldest
•in largest cveuinz paper published on the coast:
ciders by postal-caid or olherwise will receive
I roiniil a'.tniliun. oilier 622 Moutj"ln;Ty s:t.
A>TP.OLOGY.
Y| M£^^i^\Vr73~F7TtjßTir^TTr~B^VEAtis
1"X past, present aud future: tee 25c. de27 Bt*
MME. EXODIUS, CLAIRVOYANT. 1067 MAR
ket at., bet. 6th and 7th. Room 2. de24 lm
MRS. L. SMITH. PHRENOLOGIST AND ><7l>
tune-teller. 108 Sixth st. del2 3m
MMK. DkT^THOMAS. SCIENTIFIC REVEALEIt
by etfgsand cards; tells en tire life, past, present,
future; consultations on all affairs, nothing ex
ccnted: fiame given, valuable advice and sure help:
restores lost love by sympathy: mistake impossible:
written charts In English and German; diseases
cured: fee $1 ; letter $■■>. 30 Kearny st. noiott
AUGUSTA LEOLA, FORTUNE-TELLER AMD
clairvoyant; magic charms; love tokeus; shows
true pictures of future husbands aud wives; teaches
fortune. *z32tj Mission St., nr. 20th: le<-$l. jy2s 12m*
M.VF. ATALANTA, WONDERFUL MEDIUM
teIIs eulire. life from cradle to grave: seventh
daughter ol the seventh: burn with doubln veil;
hours from 9 a. u. to : ( r. k.; also on Sundays: soc
and $1; by mail $1. 063 Howard st. notf tf
riKEATKST FORTUNE-TELLER IN TIIECITY
VJT reveals past, present and future. Call and sea
MISS LELAMi, 789 Mission st., near Fourth; fee,
ladies f»Oc. gentlemen *1 : lucky charut.l. ru\Hif
MMK WALTERS, Ait TEHAMA ST., NK. 4TH:
fortunes to:d; ladles. 25'-; gents, ooc; open Sun.
UK. SIIMID. FROM VIENNA: MOST ita
now ued; revealing life's future events; ladles sl,
gentlemen *2. by mail 8.:. nmcc-i56 Mission, mri tf
SPIRITUALISM.
nTJTviiljrrMßS. D^T~ATT7E~H()VVE~oJ r Nl5Vv'
York: is only natural born trance me'llum lu
the world; is seventh daughter, born with doubio
veil aud wonderful propheLlc girt or tr-coml sight;
this she will prove: every hiiUen mystery revealed;
tells your en tire life lu dead trance; gives your name
lu full, also your future uusbaud or wire; In busi
ness, lawsuits, marriages, divorces, deaths, uniting
the separated, removing evil Influences, restoring
lost love she has no equal: Mrs. do Howe wishes It
distinctly understood that she advertises nothing
but what she ran do: all who are In trouble Invited
to call and be convinced: $10,000 challenge to any
medium who can excel her. Parlors. 1320 Market
MR. GRABKNDIKE, HKALEU AND DKVEL
oplug medium: cuiisuliatlou free. 1017 Mar
*et st de'-'3 7t»
JM/lEMPLE. BUSINESS MEDIUM, CIR. TUKS.
. and FrL Br. ».; sittings dal. 43 Sixth. de» lm
MISS BENUARD, MEDIUM; INFORMATION
_on_stocka, lottery, love, etc. 353 I'ourth.ol9 3ltt
M~ RS. .1. J. WHITNEY, CLAIRVOYANT TEST
medium, life-reader. IHI2 Market st. anil) tf
■UUBU.OS.
isrTii omsonTeTect ri^h^.'d'rubber:
■Swedish inuvenient. 101 Grant ave., R. 18. 274»
KOBE DK LAFONT AND ASSISTANT BE
movc'l to 21 Nlntb »t.. Parlors 7 and B. niyL'l tf
stoka<;k.
AITmC^~STORA7iB^o7riioT~STOcXrIjN~iTTT
furniture and mercn»ndl»e ; advances made. 15 tt
UKNITUKK STORED — BTEKLING JVUBST
tureCo.. 1039. 1041 Market. Rosenthal Bldg 7 tt
C'AKPENTtSK.S*ANI> JtLILOHKS.
VOEIIRER *^ WL. CARPeStEBM AND
. Boilderm. 118 LeldesdorH st. seS tf
V.LA WKENCE, UAKPENTJCB AND BUILDBEL
. (IV Sacrauieuto »L ; cabmet wurn and a tilug ua
s*ce» jirouion/ atteuUed to; IMsaboue WUW. uUil
THE MORNING CALL. SAN FRANCISCO. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 27, 1890-EIGF.T P AG ES.
RKAL KSTATE.
M£ \ i\ft|l M rSmioTTMTßoT^DTrTsiDrrMnr
slon st., ur. Mlverave. ; College Home-
Mead Assocation.
$5000— House of 11 rooms and store: lot 30x100;
rents $o5 uer mouth; w. side Georgia at., 220 feet
N. of Sierra, near Vnion Iron Works, Potrero.
CHAS. C. FISHER, 508 California St. It*
<Cl7fin 120x120: 3STH AVE.. NEAR B ST.
«E>l I V\J. $1250-70x120; 28th ave.. near Point
Lolios.
$2100-75x120; W. side 23d ave.. 125 feet S. of
l'olut Lobos.
$1200—50x120; 16th ave.. bet. C and D sts.
$filiO will buy 328x101:9: 2corutr»; Diamond
St., near terminus Castro-st. cable Hue.
J4UOo— Modern residence ot Brooms-, bath; lot
25x1211; w. side2d ave., bet, Polut Lobos ave. aud
Clement St.
$1850-Ke«ldenceof 4 rooms; brick foundation;
lot 25x100; N. side st. Roses st., 48 feet E. ot Col
lins: only 1 block S. orrolut Lobos ave.
$1800—755100; 14th ave., bet. 1 and.) sts.
53150— 300x240, bet. 25tt> aud 2bth avos., 8. of
the park.
$IuOOO-275x240. less 1 lot 30xl20;ror. 21st ave.
and * Bt. CHAS. C. FISHER, 508^alifornia St. 1»
atlOf;nn kustbk sols at oboe—bttbi
1T * fI'UW, ness property on Howard St., near
Tenth; new 3-story building; store and 2 rooms; 2
line fiats or 6 ami 7 rooms and hath; all the mod
ern improvements; rent low at $M3 a month ; Inves
tigate at ouee. BLRNHAMJfc MARSH, 428 Mont
gomery »t. dei7 7t
JT. H.VNNA, REAL KSTATE, 18 MONTUOM
. cry st.
$6500 unly-A full 50-vara lot on Chestnut St..
wurtb $b'soo.
SIO.UOO— Howard St., bet. 13th and 14th; lot 27:6
xB5: store, flat aud rear bouse.
$12.000— Folsom St., uear sth: routs $100 per
mouth.
SiiO();i— ontsiile land Block 9»2; on line of pro
posed electric railroad aua onlv a few feet from the
boulevard.
*7ioo— Full outside laud hlocK on line of the
electric road ana one block Iroin the beach; $1000
cash.
B7l7so— outside land Block 9HI; $2500 cash.
SJ. T. HANNA. 18 Montgomery st. <1e26 6t
rpo INTENDING BUILDERS-CALL AND SEE
i our cottages, flats, etc.; substantially built; nil
motlein improvements: guaranteed; lowest urices
In city. M. WM. TIIAIN ft CO.. Architects. 1077
Market st. de26 lm
ft'tlWl CASH— S24 PER MONTH WILL BUY~A
yJ*«>i'V? collate ot 4 rooms.
*WU sash— *-7 per month will pay for cottage of
5 rooms: lot 2..X125.
$500 cash— til per month will buy either 6
roomed cottage on 24th st. or t>-ruomed house on
Diamonds*.: the last ones left: these houses have
:ill the latest Improvements: all sunny rooms: blah
planked basements, etc.; only oue bluck W. of Cas
tro-st. cars.
AKo $500 cash— $:S7 50 per mouth will pay for
store aud Hat ou Chureu st; tl..t always reuti-d
$1000 casb— s6l per mouth will buy that fine.
Nw. cor. store of church and Day at*.; store - j4x
SOand J rooms: cellar '.'4XUO. all < • in <-n.- : . stable,
etc.: upper part contaus 7 larje rooms aud bath: 3
hay windows; go aud see thoM) bargains: they are
on the direct line of the proposed Church-sL cab;o
road.
Houses built to order; lots taken In exchange by
R. BERGFELD, builder and dealer In real estate,
ljs2lJ>oloresst., ueur 2Sth. del2 tf
n PER CENT INTEREST IS NOTHING CO>T
• pared w: tb the returns from an Investment in
Lakevlew lots. _ dc-j I5; SuThFrSaSu
STOP PAYING KKNTB AND SECURE ONE OF
these lor a home.
lake the McAlllster-st. ear to terminus and see
that handsome block of cottages; 10 uiore now
completed and for sale ou easy terms.
These are bav-window cottages of 5 and 7 rooms
and hath, with all Diodern improvements and Iron
fences, artificial stone sidewalks: only a few steps
from Golden Gate Park, with maciilf.ccnt marine
view; no portion of our city is being Imlit up so
rapidly as the l'ark district: now Is your chr.nce to
secure a home in a locality that will double In valud
in a few years.
And as I can and will make terms to suit call and
we will try and make some satisfactory arrange
ments, for the only way to get a tome of your own
Is to stop paying to a landlord.
This property is at the terminus of McAllister St..
which car win take you to the buildings. Apply 00
premises any day from 0 to 4 o'clock. .1. M. COM
ERFORD. builder and dealer In real estate, nolo tr
ONILTNJC OF MARKET-sTTexTeN SlON^l.AKt
riwr. de2l 6t SuThFrSaSu
afc'-l^Ul EACH —LOTS 1 ItoNTINO~ON~I~ ST..
tFO.JU Thirty-fifth and Thirty-sixth aves.; on
projected cable-car line; easy terms. Inquire of the
CAHNALL-rIJZHUGH-iioi'KINSCO., 024 M;.r*ct
street. dee lm_
<i'\i\ I>ow *. BALANCE $10 PhR MONTH; ' 200
«ITUI/ lots s.tuth ol park, mar Ocean House. lu
quire of the CARNALL-FITZUUGIi-IIOPKINSeo.,
024 garital st. _ _ detf lm
tt '-if\t\ LOX 80x100. IN BERKEI.I.Y. WITH
<^-)V\». crock: $5 cash. $5 monthly.
$75 — Lot 5-jxIOO: cheap and steep.
*175— Lot 2,*,xl "J2, on railroad; *5 monthly.
$15U— Lot r. ■....', com man ding views.
S-iJO— Large lot. 75x170: $15 monthly.
$5r76— L0t 801190; sidewalked; $5 monthly.
$275 — 1 ot 40xl0O: $5 ca.*n.ss monthly.
•86V— Comer. 4C1IOO; $25 cash, $7 monthly.
9250— L0t 25x125. neiir station; $5 monllily
*SUO-Hne. corner. 50x100; $10 monthly.
*LOOU— Other lots all kinds: send lor mnps.
CHAS. A. P.AILKY, owner, 20 Montgomery. deg:< tf
W ILKUE IS THE CROWD GOING ? TO LAKE
" view, de-'l St SuThl-rSaSu
It' HY PAY RENT? FOR SALE~ IN~MONTHLY
" installments, equal to rent, new cottages; 5
rooms and b:ith: 7-foot basements: lots SSIISS;
lrou gates and railings: pnlent sidewalks: woodeu
mantels and mirrors, aud all the latent aud best Im
provements: lu good neighborhood, i' 3 block from
the (able cars: also have just completed an ele
gant 2-story house. S rooms and balh, which must
be seen to be appreciated: terms to suit- For par
ticulars apply to owner and L-ullJer, LOl'lS LAND
IIi:. 22s'. 2 Montgomery at. del7 tr
T AKKVILW IS IMI'ItOVEDT"
i-i dc2l St SaThFrSaSn
(JTOP PAYING IIENT. AnI7~SECURK ONK OF
k. tho.-e cojy cnttaces of 5 or 7 rooms and bath, lu
Comcrlord's new block, at the McAllistcr-st. en
trancc to Golden Gate, l'arn ; uest location in the
tiiy: terms to suit purchasers: the McAllster-st.
car takes yuu to the bloi-n. .1. M. CIIMEUFORD.IS tf
AS THE FUTURE GENERATION SOLfLo".
quizes ou the chances ot tnn pa.« lie will say
"Why didn't 1 bay that $5000 lot in Lskevlew
when oflf.red to me In ISflO for $;i6OT" SuThFrSaSu
FRANCHISE GRANTED FOR 2 CAR LINKS TO
Lakevlew. d _ e -±_*}_ SuThFrSaSu
C CALIFORNIA CHEAP HOMES— WE CAN LO-
J caie 10.000 families on Goverumeut land;
charges moderate for showing tiio land. C. H
STREET a CO., 415 Montgomery St., San Fran
cisco. Cal. »e!4 tf
THK FAVORED SPOT IN S. F., LAKKVIETvi
the b-Hiitirui. de2l 5t SuThFrSaSu
4C '><-?()( ) '•' OK SALE, HANDSOME 6- ROOM
<iT—^*v'\/. cottages; modern lint. rovements: 23d
or Nevada st.. bet. Vermont and Kansas: terms
easy; small payment. App.y to A. J. WEIR. 3000
California st. de2l 71*
THE ROAD TO WEALTH GOES RIGHT
i_througu Lakeview. de2l 51 SuThFrSaSu
S.\l.i'.— ON EABTTEBMB: DON'T FAIL TO
; "'k at taose handsome cottages in Comorford's
r.cw block at terminus of McAllister-st. cars, grand
marine view; only a few steps from Golden Gate
ParK. Apply ou premises, J. M. COMKRKORD.IS If
■VTOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS; LAK*?
XV view Isa.siiccess; buy lots In Lakevlew. suthrrss
f-OLLOW THE CROWD &XV YOU WILL GO
direct to L^kcvlew. ocj U
ffl; 7 OAA BEST RESIDENCE PROPERTY IN
«ffi ( OVFIf. w. Addition; 50x11!); E. side Steluer,
► 7:6 S. of McAllister. Apply to owner, ISAAC
ANDERSON, 130 Sansoine st.. Itoom 4. de9 SOt*
ON THE DIRKCT LINE OF THK CITY^S
growth aud Improvement— Lakevlew. suthfrsasu
ffi;-] PKR WKKK HIYS A IVOT IN TH» TOWN
y 1 of SWHj»ey.32B Montgomery, Room 2. del" tf
FOLLOW THE CROWD AND YOU WILL liO
Uiri ct to I.a':evi--w. pcs tf
t OUMBV RKAL KSTATK.
L'AIHIB GIVEN AWAY ALMOBt7~BO~ACReF.
I >lenilocino County, line house, stream, etc.,
$2i>oU; 'JO acres uear Santa Jtcsa. hue, house, etc.,
S4'-'s;>; 8« acres al Coifax. flue house, 6 springs,
stream, etc., SSSOO; 30 acres In Sonoma, fine bouse,
etc., saie or rent : fine property at Mountain View,
Santa ( lara County, I'JtiuU: 3UO acres, Suiter Coun
tf: 21," acres county n-ad, San Katao City. $IHOO
JKKFtP.SUN M ARTEN I.T, 2.'3it Mission st.d27 :»«
pOVEKNMENT LAND— 3 16U-ACKU TRACTS
'Jo: Al agricultural land within 100 miles ot San
Fraicisco. OCCIDENTAL LAND CO., 235 Kearny
street. des tf
i|-- 1.1)1-25x135: NKAK I.ORIN STAIION,
<STJ- t O. Oakland; $ia cash: balance in Install
ments $1 25 per week. OCCIDE.nTAL LAND CO.,
235 Kearuy »t. destr
DIS 81 OC K" RANCHES; FINK VINEYARDS;
li m:i^uific-iit fruit ranches: lovely homes; poill
tr> farms; also Government claims. $50: seud for
land list- ANDREW PltlCE, Healdsburg, Cal. de2s tf
EXCH AN OK — $2110,000 CITiTpKOPJSBTY FOR
cp-;ir lands. H., iall Hrancn Otnce. de'2s 3L*
'IMIi: 1 I KNIiULI. COL"NY IN THE AKTESIAN
X well nelt, 'lulare County, t.'al., Is selling 5-acre
tracts and upwards, set out to raisin grapes, peaches,
apricots or BgS, at only *'.•(! p.-i :n re: in insta I merit.. :
one-lhiril cash, balance 3 yearly payments: all of
this money will he spent in cultivation: purchase
prlco will be made from crops: free water for Irri
gati"ii; free railroad tickets to buyers. Send for
inscriptive pamphlet to theTLRNBULL COLONY
228'/b Montgomery St.. B. F.. Cal. de23 Im
'>PL (100 ACRES FIRST-CLASS LAND: TUE
£.*).\J\)\f cheapest and hrst proposition ou this
Coast: offered at the extraordinarily low price of
$7 50 per acre: Just right to cut up Into small bold-
Ings, which will readilv sell for $20 aud $25 per
acre; good soli; will raise grain, fruit or any crop
to perfection; a rare chanee for a syndicate, bring
;i profitable, saro Investment, w. It. M AKSHUTZ A
Co., 030 Market .'. de2l 7t
\»' E WILL SELL FARMS ON COLONY TRACT,
" adjoining town In Tehama, on terms to suit
purchaser: 2!» plaißsold: railroad depot about 1 mile
from center of property: rullest particulars given
11. FRANCIS A CO., 405 Callforniast.. S. F. lle'Jl tf
\V E OI'KLU ItSO ACRES OF RICH (PARTLY
" bottom) land, stream flowing through: small
house, harn thereon, nr. Cottouwood, Shasta Co. ,
lor $2520: rullest inturmatlon given, which wn guar
___^JL KAN iii^«^4j)sCallforiila, S. F.iil 7t
4B 1 900 If ° R A KI - NE 40-ACBE TRACT ~OF
<ip ' —\i\f fruit land, with nice 5-room nouse and
outbuildings; must he sold as owner Is compelled
to go Kant; Is cheap at $1800. WEST COAST
LAND CO.. 830 Market St. del t) tf
«J I A WEEK BUYS A FRUIT FARM; LOOKAT
tip 1 tills ofler. Oakwood Colony Tract.
5 acres. $75. payablr $1 a week.
10 acres. $150, payable $2 a week,
il) acres, $31)0. payable $4 a week.
4 0 acres. $UOO. payable $M a week.
No Inten st and no taxes on deterred payments: Is
all line Al fruit land: no lrnj.-»tlo:i required: near
laige town ami railroad: tomooaks: water handy:
title perfect ; uo inveslnieul is as safe, sure or pro
fjlableaK fruit linds. For information or circulars
apply to WXBI COAST LAND CUJUPANY,63» Mar
''«»■- J? c _~? tt
VERY CHEAP: ONLY $10 PEB ACRE; 3486
V acres good rolllug land; wooded: watered; well
improved: bearing orchard and vineyard; Tenced
on lino of proposed Fruto and Eureka' Railroad ■ ex
ceptional investment. MOORE & FOSTEK 634
Market st. del 7 tf
A "5 IMPROVED HOME. CHEAP: 16a ACRES
good rolling foothill laud : watered, well wooded;
mostly under cultivation; near linn or proposed ex
tension of Fruto Ral'road; only $12 per acre
MOORE & FOSTER. 634 Market St. del7 tf "
IRVINE A KLKIN OK UKIAH, DEALERS IN
all kinds of town, farm, ranch and redwood tim
ber property; investigate titles; attend to any busi
ness placed In their hands lor nou-rcsidents; rerer
enrcs to auy responsible citizen or Grin in Mendo
cluo County. Cal. seS tf.
A FEW 20-ACRE LOTS LEFT IN " HONVS
r\ Great Co-operative Fiuit Farm"; buy while yuu
can. C. H. STREET A CO., 416 Montgomery st.,
sail Francisco. n022 tf
I ( 100 AfltES IN 20-ACKE LOTS: »J0 AN
lyVUacre on 6 years' time; all the custa re
quired Is $24, being the Interest every 8 months; If
set out to 'run tbe crop will pay for tbe laud In S
years. C. H. BTBEET & CO., 416 Montgomery
"treet. n022 tf
90-ACRE TRACTS OF THE FINEST ALFALFA
— v» and ralslu land In the world: water on every
tract: small payment down: no further pajment
for 4 years: a small payment secures yon a home
that the products will pay all future payments- 14
of these tracts sold In tue last 30 days. A. A. HOYT
* CO., 634 Market st. " deXS tf
COUTJTISY HKAI. ESTATE— CONTINUED.
I"7 ; OK~SALE^iRr^XCirA3njE~Txm'^nTTT^C)P
erty—About 2GO acres of vineyard and orchard
land, mostly In bearing, within 3 miles of Martinez.
Contra Cost.i County. For full particulars apply to
O. D. BALDWIN, JOOST Jt MEKTENS, 238 Mont
gomery st. no3o tt
SCHOOL LANDS, $1 50 TO $» AN ACRE: OS
very easy terms; sold by the State In tracts to
nut; uo residence or Improvement required; all
kinds of lands. In many different counties; send
stamp lor list, open Monday, Wednesilay and Satur
uay evenings. F W. LAKE. 6 Flood Building. Litf_
DO YOU WANT PROPERTY, CITV~6b COUN
try, iu the prettiest valley or the State? Apply
to N.iju Land Co., 2>ana, Cat., lor list of proper
ties; »e2B tf
CQA THE JOHN BROWN
ijpc/U. COLONY NO. 2 OF MADEKA,
Fresno County, Cal., effers 5 to 20 acre tracts In the
famou* "Chapman Ranch." situated 2 miles west
of Madera, set out to raisin-grapes, peaches, apri
cots or ligs. fur lhe sum of $90 per acre, payable in
Installments covering a period of 3 years, all of
whlcb Is rxponded In cultivation: purchase price of
laud in. nil- from crops; a full fuvestlgatlou slucerely
courted: write for descriptive pamphlet. Call or ad
dress PAUL B. HAY. Ueueral Agent. 328 Moiitsom
ery st., San Francisco. dels lm
IF WEALTH IS POWER, THERE IS LATENT
power 111 Lakevlew lota. ile2l Bt BnThttßaSn
HOUSES TO LET.
HjO^ATnMATNKTrnU N~ECt~TENEME^tTS
' j t^ rooms: separate entrance front; rear.d27 2t*
HOUSE OF 6 ROOMS. 230 ASH AVE..S BET.
Van aeas aye, and Franklin St. de27 2t*
ffl; 1 E 1-STORYOOTTAOE; 6 ROOMS; DOUBLE
<g)lO. parlors. garden, yard. Apply 1250 Mont
gomery st. de'^7 7t*
JOft ASHBI'RY HEIGHTS; HOUSE 6 ROOMS,
*JTOV/. bath, lauudry; targe basement ; good yard ;
red nice Lome: Piedmont St.. bet. AsUburyaud Ma
souic ave.; keys cor. Frederick aud Asblmry. Ap
ply TEVIS.t FISIIEU, 14 Post st. _ do'JS 7t»
4 SUNNY ROOMS. ?8. 1 BOARDMAN PLACE,
above Sixth, cor. Bryant. de27 at*
TO LET — ELEGANT HOUSE OF 12 OK 15
rooms: to responsible parties only. Inquire at
83U Taylor St., tr.mi 2 to 4 !•■ m. <lei:4 tf
jJJS HiK MONTH; 7 KOOMS AND BATH;
<J)Tt*J nrst-class condition and location. '.'509
Washington St., bet. Flllnioie aud Sterner. de23 14t*
Qj99 NEW 0 ROOMS, BATH: 1611 MAS"N ST.
jjr^Ll- l H - f- MOREAL. 402 Montgomery. de23 tf
LJOUSE 8 ROOMS, BATH. 920 BUSH ST.: KKY
X J cor. IJiylor and Bcsh. de2l 7l*
Wfj 5 KOOMS: 1758 HARRISON ST.
»111-5 rooms; 1758 Harrison St.
$12-4 rooms: 10 Fourteenth st.
Vr. 11. MAKSIIUTZ, >i:iO Market st. delßtf
rpiiE EVENINU BuTIETIN. PRICE REDUCED
1 to If) cents per week, delivered by carrier to :iny
part of the city; the Bulletin Is the be<t, oldrsc
mid largest vveuiug piiper published on the enlist;
orders by pusUl-cafil or otherwise will receive
l-ioinpt ;itti-i.il<iii. Office fl'_'2 Montgomery st.
lIOIISES.
LM i: N I T I! R E ITFTIjOOMTToirsA^uTciTkAp!
r 2.tOt> Ml.s<ioii si. deS7_2t*_
U'LATOF4 FINELY FI.'KNISHED R'OMS FOR
X sale; bargain. 31? Clementina. St., top bi-n.27 31*
rpilE ELEGANT FUKNITUKE 5 ROOMS AND
X kltrheu for sale: all complete, anil in use only 'J
mouths; this Is in deslrabio neighborhood. 111-P ,
Howard st. de2l 7t*
C-A-'iO NKWLY FURNISHED COR. PRIVATE
ar\J>J\J. residence fur sale; rentjiJJ; water free;
UO3 Ellis St. ; must bo sold ; sickness. no? tf
TO LKT-A FINIC HOUSE, PARTLY FUR
iiishe.l; line location; rctereuces. Address s.,
lit>. cm 1 Hraiich oilice. de? If
cottagks "to lkt.
Jvri'om^ott^vo^TioTseT^uJe^akiT? »ib.
0 j.i'.< Scrmi'l >'.. do -'7 7t«
FXA.TB TO LET.
9 NiinrTuio^~ia!AW"juirf^TNTsTrr:ii7re
— rooms and bath-room, stationary wash-st.intfs.
ijir.'r yard; only 5 lilocts from I'aiace HntM. 011
Rincon Hlil. 341 Bryant St.; none but neat house
keopeis need apply. Apply 53H Second: $25.^.7 7t*
L'I.AT OF S 61 NNV ItoOilS: KENT $IS. 1000
_I liryant st., ci>r. Sevouth. lie;" 31*
OR 5 KOOMS; WATKKFKEK. TILUK.N
tjp L~. and llfteentb, block above Castro. i!7 M*
IjAV-WINDOW FLAT OF 5 KOOMS: IMPROVE-
I> ments: rent $17. 1134 Browtway, dei'7 Tt*
lABQE I NFUBNISBED ROOD AMi KITCHEN.
-> i'!'. 1« l.e« 1.- •.:., off Taylor, near Post. de27 if
I 1 Q IENTH— LOWEB FLAT OF • ROOMS;
T-Ity* liath; rent fit. «lc2H 7t*
rol'R KOOMS. $18; FIVE ROOMS. $16; TWO
X rooms. $10. 671 Stevenson St.. adj. Ttu. de'-'ti Jt*
1 99^. FOLSOM ST.— FRON-FXN'tTIJACK I'AR-
I — — l -* lor, titcheo and 2 b«d-roonis. de24 7t*
're 1 1.11- LOWER fLATi's ROOMS, BATH A *7(
X iniindry room; rent *25. 015 Broderlck st.. bet.
l-'tlilfli antl lirove. <le-3 If
1 O-)'J\ SACRAMENTO— BAY-WINDOW FLaTI
XjJ^O'4 iiiiidern improvi uienU: 5 rm»i $18.21 7*
I '_) WXU ST.. OFF SIXTEENTH. HALF A
X*J bh.cß from Market— Moderu upper li»t of &
rejoins: bath: rent $18: k»y 13Vj P'nid st. de2o tr
Sjli) S-BUON VUIT, all conveniences.
<uD X^. Uoideu Uate Park, 1810 I'agc st. delstt
fJPPER FLAT 6 ROOMS AND BATH. APPLY
I l::i I'nc ~t. ,1,-ii 1:
HOISKKEI- KINO KOOMS.
C1 Q lU>WAKD-NICE^U^rSISiED~~HO^JS&
OXO keeping room. $8: single, $1. It*
U'jO HOWARD— BAY-WINDOW SUITE UN
» O furulshctl. bousekeenlng; others; baths. 2t*
1 C RINCON PLACE— FURNISHED AND UN-
XtJ furnished rooms for ll^ht housekeeping. 27 st*
Ell HOWARII-3 KOOMS FIRNISHEU FOR
"11 housekeeping. ' de27 2t*
I ~(\ EIGHTH— FURNISHED FRONT HUCSB-
XtJW keeping roouis; double -Ingle rooms. d27 2t*
(' 1 9 BOWABO — FTJRNIBHED HOUSEK KKP-
U L— lux rooms from $2 upwanls. de27 'J*.*
7KQ HOWARD- ROOMS ' FOR HOUSEKEEP*
t_yving, furnished or iinfurnlsaed. de27 2t*
JO] CI.K.MENTINA, BET. FIFTH AlU> SIXTH—
Front bed-room, kitchen, turntshetl complete
for^hoiisekeeplng; s-r.i.i family ; stove each room.l*
9^l MINNA-FURNISHED ROOM FUSLICHT
Z.t) 1 housekeeping, $8: apply In reaj\ It*
Q i r. HOWARD-FLAT 2 LAR'iE ROOMS; FCR
-o~iO nlsUtd complete for housekeei>l::g. <!e27 7t*
91 7 THIRD— TWO FURNISHED, FoK HOUSE
fail keeping; chaap; single $1 a week. ile.'T st*
9-I SIXTH-NICEI.Y lIKNISHED FRONT
£»Oi room tor bousekecplns. tlfj? 2t*
:iQ MINNA— '2 MCKLY F URnTsUEiT HOUSE
mtO keeping rooms; $12. de27 2t*
Q iO HOWARD. NEAR FOURTH— TWoTaRUE
OJO sunny housekeeping rooms and yard; uo
small children ; apply after 2 p. if. It*
ICiil I'"LSOM-NEWLY FURNISHED SUNNY
I \J~I rooms; housekeeping and single. diVJO 1 4t*
'JO7 TEHAMA— 2 NICK SUNNY FURNISIIKD
uOI rooms ; suitable for housekeeping. de'J6 lit*
1 XOO EDDY— 3 UNFURNISHED SUXA'Y BAY
-1 tJOO window housekeeping room;; bath. 26 2t*
07'Jl MARKET— Sit E~SUITE FRONT ROOMS;
0 I O3 first floor: also suite or rooms for house
keeping ; opp. Powell st. deitf St*
ETTER THAN MONEY IN THE BANK-5
Lakevlew lots. de2l 5t SuThFrSaSu
99A THIRD— FUKMSnED HOUSEKEEPING
— — ' ' rooms and others. <1e25 31*
091 VALENCI"A-3 Fl-R^ISIIED ROOMS FOR
O^i I housekeeping; reasonable. dc2s It*
9 N I CFJ. V FUBM isIIED KtMIMS; SUNNY SIDE
-j hot and col.l water ; gas ; use or bath ; rent reason
able. 918 UiiKh .it. de2b 3t*
1 ti(\Zi POWELL-2 LAROE SUNNY ROOMS,
lu«w "tth kitchen, reasonable. <le'2» 3t*
HI Q POST-3 WELL FUKNISUEO/COMPLKTE
_I O ror hiinsckoepiiiß: n,,, ■;, ,u,,l I, nib. ilf2l tf
I *^V I"' S " •'"• — PARLOK FLOOR; 3 SUNNY
•_— — 1 r""ins hamlsoniely lurutshed. de23 ot*
3 OK FIFTH- CLKAN FUItNISHED HOUSE
—«J keeping: also stngl« rcoins. de2 tf
]IAY-WINDOW~boUBLE" PARLOR: $20. 10l
XJ Keamy M., opn. White House, top floor. aulJ tr
W HERE IsTtHE MULTITUDE liOINO? TO
" l.:iti-\ i;-w. ui-7 if
KOOMS TO LKT.
I (\\ r T «OLDENn7ATfE^iTIi^4TjoTrMi*rRENT
X\'«J I $10; key at grocery. de27 2t*
19J^ M< ALLISTER-NICE PLEASANT UN-
I^IO furnished room. It*
Q'JQ MISSION— FURNISHKI) ROOMS: WITH
t/Oy grate: u»ekltcben IT desired. de27 2t*
•J99 FIFTH - FtiRNISHED SINGLE KOOMS;
* '— *— $4 to $5 per month. It*
I A HARRISON AVE.-2 OK 3 UNFURNISF.iI
At/ rooms. Apply In rer.r. de27 3t*
Q )«> HOWARD. Nl!. Fot IiTII-DOUMLE AND
O-1O single front and back rooms; $5, $10. Apply
after 2 r. m. j t «
I Q MONTOOMERY-NICE ROOMS FROM $10
XU upward. d027 gt*
O'Jl MINNA-NICE DOUBLE AND SINULE
«J»JX rooms. de27 2t*
SUNNY FRONT FURNISHED ROOMsTsUlTA
blator'J. Apply at 812 Je-ialc >t. de27 at*
D 1 A SE VENTII-SUNNY, FURNISHED, SINOLE
«J I J room; private family; rent ss. de27 st*
£»r,9 HOWARD— DOUBLE FURNISHED ROOM,
Wfl with mantel, water and closet. It*
9(11 Q HYDE - NICELY FURNISHED FRONT
alcove room; bav-wlndow, lireplace, with
use or gas and bath: suitable for 1 or 2 gentlemen;
private family; terms reasonable. de27 gt*
BTWELHH, NEAR~MARSiT-3 ROOMsTbTn"-
gle^en suite or housekeeping; furulsliod. It*
fiHl NINETEENTH - NICK SINnF FRONT
"'" room; grate; partly uirnlshed; cheap. 27 2*
ml I>ORE-:S ROOMS. YARD AND CELLAR;
S bet. Harrison and Bryant, Ntutn and Tenth
sts. ; reut $10. de26 7t*
'^4. HOWARD— LAROE SUNNY FRONT FUR
vUT" nfsiicd room and grate. de26 31*
mN ATOM A— FU RN I .SH ED ROOMS, DOUBLE
and 4!ugle; use kitchen. u>26 3t*
lA(\ EIJSHTrT^Ir U RNIsH ED BOOM" WITH
X-iU stove, $7; also. 2 or 3 unrurnUbed bouse
keeping. iieau 2t»
SAND HILLS? OH, NO, NOT ON LAKEVIhW.
deaiStSnThFrSaSu
1"I ( • PROSPECT PLACE, BET. SACTO. AND
Xlv Calif.— aiugle rooms. $100 per week. 25 st*
41 ft JONES, NK. ELLIS^PLKASANT RO(>MB
TtJ-V for gentlemen. de2s 3t*
Q';'-i l MISSION-3 NEWLY WHITBNED UOUSK
c'i.Oi'keeplng rooms; uufurulshed: nice porch;
reasonable. de -_.J at «
141ft I>OST - NEWLY FURNISHED BAY-WIN-
X^tXOdow parlors; board optional. de24 tf
1 1 O TENTH-LOVELY ROOMe^SE OF PIANo";
tXO private family; board optional. Ue23 tt
Kl(r LEAVEN WORTH -S UNFURNISHED
CXI) moins fur liuusekeeplui;; yard, dell tf
-->'->(» EDDY-FURNISHED FRONT ROOMAND
UOt/ alcove: sultaule for two; privilege cooking
lfjleslred. * dell tf
iftXl MISSION-SUNNY FURNISHED ROOMS
iwi IlghthouBekeeplng; quiet family. deB tt
IAQ SIXTH - BRUNSWICK HOUBK; SuTtE,
X^ttJ single, double rooms; nicely rurnl-hcd.<l3 Sm
7(IO TAYLOR -2 c6I«^CTTNQr~ B 4BEMENT
I vi(J roonu, furnished tor housekeeping: rcut
reasonable. ( l c «j tf
O'FARRELL - THE HANDSOMEST UNFUK
nlshed suite In tho city; sunny and warm, do'2 tf
7MO VAN FURNISHED BOOJIsT
l OV suite or single; gai^bath^raajonable. u2'J tf
GATE - HANDSOMELY PA
\J 1" pered and furnished suit* and single rooms
In private family: reasonable: board ir desired.
Rlug lower bell and Inquire lor MRS. CUKTlB.nl9tf
7ft9l VAN NESS AVE.-N»:WLY FURNIBHED
• UAt sunuy rooms; desirable. MlStt
ROOMS TO L.KT—COKTINVEP.
9( U I UJ<'D ROOMS AT LOW RATES^7I» HOwT
••w ard Et.ur. Third: gas and water In eachrooos;
read leg-room and bath lree; linen cuaugmt dally;
house open aU night- best beds In the wurld.ap2l)^
SINGLE FURNISIIKD KOOMS 150 A NIGHT.
Lludell House, cor. Sixth and Howard Jyll tf
* WEEkTsTnKWS FOJTs^ENI^THB'vVEEKii'
f\. Call, in wranoer. reaiiv for mail lug.
BOAIIIUNG AND KOOMS.
ml HYDE^i^NNT^ATrv^rWW^TToMs";
■4 board optional ; private family. de27 4t*
1 Q()Ci PINF, NEAR TAYLOR-THE VICTORIA;
X 11 "" sunuy suites aud single rooms, with lirst
chuis boanl: reasonable 0e23 7t»
MARKET-BT. EXTENSION WILL OO ALMOST
drect to Lakevlov. de'Jl 6t SnlhFrSaSu
IOR 3 HANDSOME SUNNY ROOMS: FUR
nlshed or partly furnished; fine location; suU
stantial table; references. 102 Uuerrero. dc7 tt
THE FAIRMOUNT,~I7I4 MARKET ST.. JUNC
tiou Tenth. I'olk aud Foil; suites, with board for
I, _Wonpj_2, $60_up. de3 12m
EVERY LOT IN LAKEVIhW IS IN THE HKJII
ist state of cultivation : no sand I;llis tlier.-. o7 if
O W. CORNER VAN NESsTveTaNO FELL ST.-
OH.indsome suites aud single rooms; new house
day board uolS tf
YOSE.MITK HOUSE. 1045 MARKE~T ST.. BUT.
X Sixth and seventh; 35c to sl per night; perweok,
*i to *»; alugie aud en suite: families. mrl f
A MERICAji~EXCHAN7iE~HOTEL. 319 AND Ml
S\ Sansome at., San Francuco; board aud room $1
(1 -6andsl 50pnrday, tree couch, wa. MONT
GOM Mt Y. proprietor. jy-iUt
11HE MARIPOSA, B'J4 LAOUNA— FINE SUITES;
flrst-claaa board ; terms moderate. aulHtt
ARLINGTON" HODSE. 127 KEARNY-PLEA*
ant sunny rooms, en mite and slufle; Srstclau
ll: every renpoct ; terms reasonable. lalOcf
MONTIiOM KRY'sTeMPERANCE HOTKU 2i7
aud 2M Second st— Siugie meau 2»c; hoardaud
room per day, 75c to $1; by tlie wee*. $4 to «5; (rs«
coach to and from the hotel. au2lcr
STOKES TO LKT.
STOKK TO^ET^iuTli¥ssiE^T7rOl"P6sTTE
Wells, Fargo's: 3 floors, each -15x19: good light;
rent $50. Apply 27 New Montgomery si. It*
VEW STORE: 12011,:. GUERRERO ST., COR.
-■■' Twenty-fourth: splendid business location. 25 7*
LINE STOKE; 4 KOOMS; 306 ELEVENTH ST.;
X_j-ent^hcap. Apply on premises. de2s 3t*
flfeOPL STORE; S ROOMS: 1018 LARKIN, NR.
ty£.O. Suucr. A. T. OKEEN. 413 Moutgoinery.24 4
91 Q SACRAMENTO-STOKE. 20x120, KUN-
to Commercial, with basement; also
omces above. Apply 21tt Sacramento st. de23 7t*
(frl ?: STOKE AND 3 UOOD LIVI.NU ROOMS.
tSPXO. 30. 4 Sixteenth St.. near Valencia. de2l 7t»
0; I (• NEAT STORE AND S RoTiMS, WITH
«iPXU. store fixtures complete. 1829 Union su,
ucai Laguna, It. BROTHER TON. Ui-lltt
_JIOBE^ AND OFFlciTirlxTil'BES.
pIIEAPEST PLACE FOR COUNTERS^ SHELVEsT
V>»how-ca.sci;ofilces & stores fitted. 334 Ueary.:lott
BAR FIiTUKES. COUN 1 EKS. SilELVlNli,
nfmw--»-;;Ke-j awh nnpr?. erf ut 'J"25 l*<r*t sL |o3 ;f
nENTISTS.
DR. THOMAS L. HIXIToDL^ELTI)W8 1 l«IILi>
lug; office bonn. a to 5. ap24 ejd
DR. A. LUnLUMHILL, 1443 MARKET BT..NKAB
Eleventh; no cliarge for extracting wnen plntes
are made: oid plates matlo over like new; teeth
Irom $8 per set; extracting 5Ue; gas given. 4tf
T-iR. REA. " 82F^Al^F^lST7TEirrir~fX»rl
XJ with gas $1 : fillings low: open evenings m«l4 tf
Dh. r. teaulf;, dentist, removed from
20-' Stockton St. to 23 Kearny. liolti ail
HISTORY REPEATS ITSKLK: BUY Lois IN
Lakevlew and double up. de2l 51 SuThFrSaSu
PKOOME DENTAL ASSOCIATION, 759 MARKET
KJ sL. bot. Third aud Fourth; gaaapeclallsta. aul7tf
A FULL SET OF TEEIH FOS $7: FiLUNO AT
lowest prices: work w.irraiitod. DK. J. .W.
K>,Y,841 Market .it, opp. Baldwin. aus tf
DR. H. AU.Sl r l"Ni SUUUEON DENTIST, KS
moved lo 711) Market, uar Baucroit'a. jylatt
DR. C. IJ. WILSON, DENTIST.! S2J UAKKKC
»t.. bet. Fifth aud Slitli. opu. Masnu. .loi jtt
A LL StiVSi'Ai'EKS UAU LO.NU ARTIOLK3 IX
-\ them statiuii that the lusiuie asylums are full »f
I'eople who took gas only once for painless toocn )t
-i. '011011 and went cra^y My sei retpaluless motu^l
it wonderful. By Its use any dental operation in«r
i« done painlessly. Will forrelt $100 for any tooth
that 1 cannot extract without sleep or gas, trat
iliough a 0«:m dentists have failed to extract I;.
All operations done better than elsewhere, sluoa I
have seven flrsc prizes for beautiful llUlugs, plat*
ami crown ;•■ oric There are i Leek deutuu. Ofaov
open till »:.iO p. «. : Sundays ml J r. «. DH.
OEoKUIt W. LEEK. B o'Farrcllsu oe9 tf
■ j JCATJUarOI. SKX $7: lAINLKSS EXTUACTINU
1j BOc; gold platej; bridge work ; crowns; tUliuvs
el lowest rat's. DK. U A. PERKY, 8 Mason st. de» tt
("IOLTON DENTAL ASSOCI ATION7BOB MARKET
V; si. (Plielau Kuilulnx): gas specialists: positively
txtnu-t teeta without pain; only office that makas
ai '1 gives the celebrated "Colto.i Uas"; 30.000 raf
en M i- ; established 1 8<i3 ; all operations in dentistry
peilormed. DR. CHARLES W. DKCKKR. f«7tt_
$7 A SET FOR TEETH; WARRANTED A3
I good as eau be made; filllig SI. DK. SIMMS,
dentist, mo M irwot st.. nnt llal'lwiu TheatiT.iHilH
ATTORNE VS-AT-L.A W.
fiLARA SIIO!tTRIDOE'ToLa r z7^m)RNEY7AT'
\J law, Kejrny St.. bf t. Pine and California.delJ tim
I)V f ICE FREE; DIVOKCKS A SI'ECIAI.Y: NO
publicity: quickest tiiun; legal everywhere:
terms reasonable: uo charge unless successful: and
another tasesktiaw. botii civil aud criminal, pushed
vigorously; collotlnau, wills, etc T. i.\i,i,mt,
ATTORNEYS' ASSOCIATION'. 11 Keitrny st.iltt lm
\ DVICE FRKK- SPeTTalty, DITOBOS9
* » privately, quiets time, l^cal everywhere; colloc
tions. etc. : terms moderate; no charge unless suc
cessful; attorneys fill courts; estab'd 10 years. Law
omce. <i. \T. HOWE * CO.. 2B Kearny st. au!B tf
KA. CROTUEKS, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, BOj
_^Clay_Bt. a <i 3 J c
WW. DAVIDSON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, 4tl
■ CHliforniast.. Rn.nin 11-15: :uUire trea OJ:r
FINANCIAL.
<IPO.UVW.UUU application received for less
than ssooo. K. SULLIVAN a CO., 121 Post. (117 lm
fflf-i K,ftll HOft To I-OAN ON KANCHEsi
•U;«?. <_' W.vMj \J large sums below marUet rates.
,'OHN T. LITTLE. 15 Sate Deposit hulM'g. dIU 3m
MONEY TO LOaS ON REAL ESTATE. C H
ST KEET & CO., 416 Montgomery at. no7 tf
CAN FRANCISCO COLLATERAL LOAN BANK.
O 638 Kearny St., the only corporation that lends
money o:i <li:iuu-ml>i. wmchns: 1.-w ihtorent. OC4 tt
WINTKK ItKSOItTS.
CAMPLE" COPY" "oT"TrTE~HoVEir^Un^rcoS
O tainlug a directory or California hotels and re
forts. Kcut free to any address. Hotel (iulde, 310
Post at., t'lilun Club hutldlng. jeM tf
OAKLAND liK.-ti KSTATK.
fJAKLAND' AOE^CY^3VE^fI?KiMENTS^i.Nrj
* ' -.-i --i-ru :i-.!it received at tbe OakUud Branoh
Omce or Thb Mooninu Call, 857 Broadway, uoar
Seventh st. omce hours tf a. m. to 0 r. u.
•ii IT^II RESIDENCE. 8 ROOMS AMTBATif;
<J< X I i'U. lot :(9i1'28: lin Adeline st.. bet. Fonr
teenth and 1- ilteentb, Oakland. CHAS. C. FISHER,
508 California st. it*
01; 1 7' EACH-100 LOTS IN TUB BEAUTIFUL
<JpX 4 «J su'.urti of Lorln; no such bargain ever of
ftred In Oakland :rlgnt In the line of Improvements:
nen- ferry to San Francisco: new stroet railroad to
Oakland; cume at once before prices advance; sure
to make money: $lo down, $5 per month: send for
circular. CLOUUH A BAKER, 964 Washington
st.. Oakland. C.u. deio cod*Su tf
ft'Vift EACH— IO LOTS IN THE NICEST SUB^
<JP<JVU urbor Oakland, Lorln, near new electric
rcail and new Terry to San Francisco: tine unob
structed view; Lest baroain in Oakland; sure to
make money; size or lots 40x160; terms S5O cash,
balance $10 par month: don't fail to see these lots.
CLOOQH ,v BAKER. 9G4 Wasbliigtnn.iil6 tl Sn.V-eod
< i ."|| *-.'OO— LOTS IN FKUITVALE; SUK
«iP I UU. rounded iiy most elegant resldonces:
local trains: terms easy ; view la unexcelled: this is
a grau.t olfer. L. L. SALSBURY, 47S Ninth St..
Oakland. dei!4 7t
SUTfIO 30 -FOOT LOT ON HIUH (JR')UND,
<IT • W, within halt mock or cable; cement walks
aiid water-pipes laid: cheapest property on the
heights; easy terms. W. E. BARN ARD i SON, 483
Ninth »t.. Oakland. de24 7t
(ft A-lKfl BEAUTIFUL HOME OF 8 ROOMS;
f 1 »-«"• all modern Improvements: Just com
pleted; renting for *40 per month: lot 3SX100;
located withlu 3 minutes' walk of Clinton Station
East Oakland. W, E. BARNARD & SON, 483 Ninth
M-. Oakland. de24_7t
•ttV^kft BARIiAINS; A FEW LOTS; WELL LO
<|r^<JV. cated: » blocks from local trains: only S
cent fare to Sun Francisco on monthly tickets: are
near new electric road: terms *25 cash, balance
$10 monthly. See H. li. PINNEY, 464 Ninth st
Oakland; jiftlce open until 7 r. u. de7 tf
US'-JVr* A URIjATHsAcTtTFICE-a BEAIJTIFUL
HPO£O. lots, only 100 feet from Piedmont avenue
streetcar; owner Is compelled to leave city. Soe H.
B. FINNEY. 4«4^nth St.. Oakland. uo3o tf
JIiDD, II AN LEY jTcb~HAVE REMOVED" TO
1361 Park st., where we are now prepared to
build homes to suit purchaser! on easy terms: also
Improved and unimproved property for sale. n23 tf
LOTS $100, $125, $150, $200-si<o DOWN. $10
per month : last chance lor cheap lots; Seminary
ave. ; only a few more beautifully situated lots left
In this tract; Seminary ave. now sewered: franchise
granted for eiertrio railroad, whlcb passes the
property; buy berore the raise. For further partic
ulars apply to Twenty-third Avenue Land Company,
11. ":i Twenty-third ave, East Oakland, new Bank
Building. noi4 tf_
LOTS ON PIEDMONT AVE., 28:6x140 rl., $400,
$4:iO: 1 lot at Uoiden Uate, 2 blocks from sta
tion, 00x126 ft., south front only »B00: easy terms.
SAI.SBUKY A FITZOEKALD. *7& Ninth St.. Oak
land. oc^ tf
f CHEAPEST AND BEST IN AMERICA-THIS
VJ eight-page WEEKLY CALL, sent to any aildrens
In the r lilted States or Canada one year for $1 23.
postagH free.
OAKI.ANO HOUSES AMI BOOTH.
\| ANICUBE— FINUER-NAILS BEAUTIFIED AT
i»i IOJU Market r.|.. oaklaml. by an arllst. an:U tt
ALAMIDA KI'.AI. KBTATK.
A LA&iE^rA"^^^^^^^^!^?!!!^^^^^!^
J\ aud subscriptions received at the Alaineda
Branch Office of Thk Mok.n i.n.i Cam.. SCHNEI
DER Jt CO., 1435 Park St.
JL9QOA »300 CASH, BALANCE $25 PER
$^OWV. mouth; lot 10x150; cottage; 4 roomi
high basement. No. 493
$3000— Lot 40x150: cottage or 5 rooms aud bath:
fine garden and lawuj $1000 cash, balance $30 per
month. No. 481
$3250-Lot 37:6r120: new 2-story house of 7
rooms and bath; fine marine view; $500 cash, bal
ance $40 per month. No 482
$40iiO-l.ot 50x150; cottage or 5 rooms and bath,
with stable; a N W. corner; $500 cash, balauco $20
per month. No 484
$4500-Lot 37:6x140; new 2-story house ; 7 rooms
and bath; $1000 cash, balance $40 par mouth. 491
$4700-Lot 37 :UxlOO; new 2-story bouse of 7
rooms and buth. on Central ave.; $1000 cash, bal
ance $90 per month. , No. 505
$5000— Lot 89X149: cottage or 8 rooms and batb,
with store, baru ami orchard; a SW. coraer. 411
$6840— Lot 115x200: cottage or 9 rooms ana
bath, windmill and tank; easy terras. No. 498
$7000-Lot 80x200: cottage of 8 rooms aud bath:
flue garden, lawns, etc. ; best neighborhood; a bar
gain. No. 18
Bargains in building lots lu all parts or Alameda,
also house to let and money to loan, by H, P.
morkal A CO., 1428 Park st., Alameda, and 401
Montgomery sL, Uau Francisco. ocl9 U
FRATERNAL INDEX.
Installation of Officers in Masonic
Bodies.
A Champion Degree Staff of the I. 0. 0. F.
Benefits Paid to Date by the 0. of G° F.
The New Digest of the X. of P.
[In order to secure Insertion alt mailer In
"mim for iius (oh. inn Mlionld be handed In
addressed to Hie '-Fmternai lulltor." All coin
niuii ical lons must bear Hie name aud address ol
Hie seudcr; II uot, tue matter will uoi be r'lb-
HM.ru. j
Offlcinl Assessment Table.
VAtrm.
f>
A. L. ofH
A. L. orH
A. O. U. W
Workinen'eUuar.F.A'a
"Work nien'so uar. l-.A'n
Kulgutsol Honor
Knights orliuuor I
Knights and 1.. or H. '
Knlßlit? iiml U i,r 11..
Order Chosen KrleuUs.
Order Chosen KrlendaJ
I. (>. B. B
I. O. b. B
Royal Arcaunm
Koyal Arcanum
United Eutt't Aisnis
A. M. Fnteriml Circle
L^RlOll OI lilt; W, .1
l^eglon of tlie \\r-i .
Fraternal Uuild
I ra;iTii:ii Guild
Order (Jolileu ; liore
i :n ov.
i Nov.
NO ASSESSMENT.
Ttiere will be 1:0 assessment for December In
Hie A. O. U. W., YnuiiK Aleu's Inatilule aud
Voting Ladies' luslitule.
Excelsior Lodge, No. 16«, F. and A. M.,
will install its newly elected officers tliis
evening.
Golden Gate Encampment, No. 1, I. 0. O.
F., held a well-attended meeliug last even
ing.
California Lodge, Xo. 1, F. ai d A. M.,
will install its officers this evening.
Ainiiy Uebfkab Desree Lodge, Xo. 101, I.
O. O. ¥„ will entertain thu Odd Fellows'
Literarj- and Social Club tlii< evfiiiiiK.
California CoinmanUery, Xo. 1, Knichts
Templar, installed its newly elected officers
last evenins.
The final initiations for the term will take
pluce in Templar Itebekah Degree Lodge,
No. I>J, at its meeting this evening.
King Solomon's Lodge, No. L'Gu, F. and A.
M., at a special meeting last evening, had
work in the Entered Apprentice degree.
The entertainment, social dance and an
nual election of officers of the Society of
Indeiiendent Old Friends takes place next
Tuesday evening in Irving Hall. The di
rectors of amuseineut will be Hurry Nie
tuMMi and Louis Imhaus.
Occidental Lodge, No. 23, F. aud A. M.,
held a jjucial meeting last evening for work
in tlie first degree.
In the order of Chosen Friends the fotal
deaths since institution to this date have
been L' 527, for wiiich the sum of £4,800,203 24
has been paid, und L'BB disability claims
smmintine to £288,000, a graud total of S"i,
--14VJ03 -'4 paid in benefits.
Ike Grand Lodge A. 0. U. W. of Cali
fornia hai levied assessments 1, 2 and 3
for January, 1891, on deaths 1 to 20 in
clusive, a total of twenty losses, apportioned
among the lodges as fulluws : Yerba Buena,
No. 14, Sun Francisco, 3, and Union, No. 2L,
Sacramento; Bay City, No. 111, Eureka;
Hercules, No. 63, San Francisco; Codie, No,
143, Bodie; Colusa, No. 06, Colusa; St.
Juhn's, No. 73, Sail Francisco; Mission, No.
SG, Mission San Jose; l'ueblo, No. lt«, So
noina; liealdsburc No. 31, Ilealdsburg;
Pacific, No. 7, Oakland; Gilroy, No. 2U,
Gilroy; Oak Leal, No. 3.">, Oakland; Grass
Valley, No. 10, Grass Valley; Southern Cali
fornin.No. 101, Los Angeles; Bernal Iltiglits,
No. 19, San Francisco; Stockton. No. -3,
Stockton, and Unity, No. 27. San Francisco.
ou« each. To the date of making this call
the whole number of deaths has been 1836
and assessments levied 237.
An invitation has been extended the Junia
Hussars, Patriarchs Jlihtant, 1. O. O. F., of
Columbus, Ohio, to take part in the Mardi
(iias celebration at New Oileaus n»xt Feb
ruary. If they gn they will be the guests of
the Louisiana Field Artiilery of the Crescent
City.
There will be but on* assessment in the
Workmen's Guarantee Fund next mouth.
All claims that have been presented during
this ye;ir had been met, imd those not yet
paid, owing to informalities in the proof of
loss presented, have been provided lor with
eiiiugh money on hand to pay them when
complete. This is a very fine showing for
tlie orsauization and reflects credit on the
m.-inageuient.
The degree staff ot North Star Lodge, No.
6, I. O. O. F., of Minneapolis, Minn., claims
to be the champion of the world, and are
willing to substantiate the same with any
degree team in tde country.
W. I). Kennedy, who trns appointed at
tlie last session of the Supreme Lodge
Knights of Pythias, to compile ;ma arrange
the new digest, will not havo the same
ready by January 1. 1801, as contemplated,
as It requires much mors labor than was at
first supposed.
From the return of Grand Lodges, com
piled by I. G. M. Brother Josiah H. Drutn
mond of Maine, vie learu that there arc
55L.028 Master Masons in the United States
and Canada; 34,430 weie raised duiitig tlie
last ye;ir. The largest jurisdiction is that
of New York, 74,00.% the second Illinois,
41,479, the third Pennsylvania, 88,898. There
was a net gnin of 20.M50 over the report of
188 ft The following figures are worthy of
thought: 17,438 admitted and 13.3 M were
suspend d tor non-payment of dues. Where
are they now, these, unaffiliated Masons?
These figures (that will not lie) speak vol
umes— indifference, carelessness, lack of in
terest Thirty thousand Indifferent and
careless Masons wea-y of the burden nf
the fraternity. Many of them will float
about for a time, and in after years,
when necessity compels them to seek
shelter and comfort somewhere, they will
desire to return to the fold, where thevknow
will be found the "broad mantle of Masonic
charity," brotherly love, relief and truth.
They will not be able to help the institu
tion, but the institution will be expected to
help them.— Baltimore Telegram.
KNIGHTS OF HllMlK.
Dates of Installation of Officers Fixed by
Sovi-rul Lodges.
San Diego Lodge initiated a number of
candidates at its last sAssioo.
Carquinez Lodge, No. 3320, at Crockett,
will confer the degree on three candidates
at its session next week.
Santa Rosa Lodge has adopted by-laws
providing for the payment ol weekly sick
benefits.
One lodge only has been suspended In this
State during this year for failure to forward
to the Supreme Treasurer its assessments
within the time provided by law.
C. H. M. Curry, G. X., has returned from
his northern trip, and reports the prospects
of the order there to be very flattering.
Ivnnhoe Lodge, No. 1889, at West Oak
land, will install its officers on Thursday,
January Bth.
Golden State Lodge, No. 5058, at Oakland,
will install its officers on Tuesday, January
13th.
Occidental Lodge. ISo, 1990, will install its
officers on Tuesday, January 13th.
Liberty Lodge, No. 3496. finding Jits
present lodge-room too small, will remove
on the first meeting night in January tn
St. George's Hall, on Market street, at which
time there will be a large number of candi
dates initiated.
Vortland Lodge, at Portland, Oregon, has
received ft number of petitions fi>r mem
bership, and expects to confer the degree
on not less than fifteen candidates at its first
session in January.
There will be two assessments in January.
The assi ssment call issued by the Supreme
Lodge for that month contain 109 deaths,
tour of which are from California.
Keystone Lodge, No. 2107, will hoid a
special meeting in its looge-room on Mon
day evening next for the purpose of ini
tiating a number of candidates. Charles 11.
Holcnmb, D. D. O. I)., ;,as offered a band
some diamond locket to the member intro
ducing the most candidates in his district for
the term ending December 30, 1890, and the
members of Keystone are working hard for
the prize.
Confidence Lodgp, No. 2282, will install its
officer* on Tuesday evening, January 13th.
B. F, Nelson, Supreme Beporter, an
nounces the following gain of member
ship In the jurisdictions named for
the week ending 20th inst. : Alabama
7, Arkansas 1, California 6, Colorado
r>, Florida 4, Georgia 5, Illinois 20, In
diana 13, Kansas 3, Kentucky 13, Louisiana
13, Maryland 1, Massachusetts 7, Michigan
7. Minnesota 3. Mississippi 23. Missouri 3.
Nevada 1, New Jersey 9, New York 31,
North Carolina 3, Ohio l, Pennsylvania 10,
Rhode Island 2, South Carolina 14. Tennes
see G, iexas 16, Virginia 2, West Virginia 1,
Wisconsin 18. Total, 247.
Improved Order of Bed Men.
The holidays have had its usual effect of
keeping many nway from the councils, but
still tlie attendance during the week has
been abova the average. With the com
mencement of the new term, prospects are
brightening, and the Indications are that it
will be a prosperous six months. Several
now tribes are in process of formation, and
In a very short time one will be started in
this city, a list of quite a good number
of names having been already secured.
During the wfek commencing January
5, IS9I, the great chiefs will visit several ot
tlie tribes in this city, beginning with Poho
nadiee. No. 10, on Monday evening;
Mai.zaiiitn, No. 4. on Wednesday eve.v-
BWt; Wirinemucca. No. 61, on Friday even
'»& At these rmlatious the members of
the L inform Rank will aecomp my the great
chief*, and all may be sure of a hearty wel
come.
On Wednesday evening last, Manzanita
Inbr, .No, 4, Dad a well-attended council,
nt which propositions for membership were
received. Charles L. Wijgiii, P. G. S., and
William H. Fiske, D. D. G. S., were preaeut
and made Interesting long-:alks.
The Board of Directors of the Improved
Order of Red Men' 3 Burial and Relief
Association will hold a meeting this
evening.
The tribes in Oakland and Alameda are
bavins work at every council, and the chiefs
are very proficient in the work in tlie adop
tiou ceremony and the variois degrees.
There will be a good showing from the other
side of the bay for this term.
The news from the other side of the
noclcy Mountains is of the most euc uragiug
nature. Clnrlrts C. Conley, G. C. of It. of
the Great Council of the United States,
» rites that the increase is very great and
the order In a most flourishing cundition.
Native Sons of the Golden West.
Bodega I'arlor will be instituted the early
part of next month.
Jo D. Sproul, Grand Trustee, visited Los
Gatos Parlor last Monday evening.
The following "sons" visited this city
during the week: C. H. Garoutte, P. G. P.,
Woodland ; Jo D. Sur.ml, G. T., Chico; G.
A. McChlvy and Louis Laimz, San Luis
Obispo; Frank D. Ryan, P. G. P., Sacra
mento; J. W. Trivers and W. E. Foiey,
Seattle, Wash. ; Fen Masto}, Los Gatos; F.
G. Wickcrsham and 11. H. Maynard, Peta
lunni, aud L. W. Juilliard, Santa Rosa.
ROBBED OF HER HAIR.
A. Woman Clinked Into Insensibility and
l>eprlved of Her Jlroun Tresses.
Jack, the hair cutter, ims swooped down
on Chicago at last. He has come with his
shears and supreme nerve. His first ex
ploit hero was recorded when ho invaded
the home of pretty Mrs. Stonier, at 613
North Lincoln street, and after a. fierce
fight choked lier into unconsciousness and
then stripped her of her splendid browo
hair, bits. Stouier's husbaud, who is a
plumber, left home to go to work at 7
o'clock. Ten niinutus after he had gone a
tall stranger, whose features were partly
hidden by the broud brim of a slouch hat,
rang the door ball, and Mrs. Storaei, who
answered the summons, admilted him to the
parlor, thinking he had business to transact
The instant the fellow was inside he seized
Sirs. Stonier by tlie throat with both Hands
and ehokr-d' her. Unable to make any oat-
Cry to bring assistance, the plucky little
woman fought desperately with her hands
and feet until her strength failed, and she
fell to the lloor unconscious.
When slie was awakened fifteen minutes
Inter she was lying on iho parlor CUrtrr, and
several women of the neighborhood were
bending over her, anxiously watching for
signs of returning aniiualiou. H-.-r beauti
ful brown hair, which was her priile and
the euvy of her female acquaintances, w.is
tone. The stranger had cut il off close to
the scalp, and in his hurry and anxiety to
g.'t the tresses had sent the keen blades of
his shears into the flesh in a number of
places leaving wounds, which were bleed
ing freely. Mrs. Stniuer when she saw her
self in a looking-glass nearly fainted at the
sight. The metamorphosis was as complete
as a pair of shears wielded by a ruffian
could make it. The police were called in as
soon as possible and a detailed description
of the Granger given them by Mrs. Stonier,
but though they hunted high and low for
the fellow all day they could get no trace of
him. Mrs. Stonier is 23 years old and she
has one child, a bright-eyed little girl. It
was the hitter's shrieks while lying in her
Crib that brought assistance to Mrs. Stonier.
The police have little hope of catching the
hair-cutter. Nobody sa»v him go into or
leave the house, and tlio only one who saw
his (ace was Mrs. Stomer, who says she
never saw him before. -Chicago Herald.
PEOPLE TALKED ABOUT.
Nathaniel Thayer is CBlied tho Vanderbilt
of Boston. lie l;as a fortune of 810,000,000,
iuvi'sted for the most part in Western rail
ways.
Frederick LiviiiEston, in his ninetieth
yi'ar, continues to perform his duties as
J'leaideut of Hie First National Bank in
l'.-tersboro, X. H.
The Belmont family, fearing an attempt
to steal the body of. the late August Bel
uicnt, buried at Newport, liave established
a nightly guard at the grave.
Mrs. Henry M. Stanley is so tall and Mr.
Stanley is so short that when they are out
together and are seen from a distance he
looks like a little boy out with his mother.
James P. Scott, son of Tlioiiras A. Scott,
late President of the Pennsylvania Rail
road, proposes, by way of experiment, to
plant 10CO arres in rice near Kissimuiee, Fla.
General Uoulanger intends to winter in
Kgyi>t, where he will soend the most of his
money, and in the spring he will stun a
uewsp»per in Jersey, aud so get rid of the
rest of it.
The Czar's personal bodyguard of private
lwlice consists of fifteen specially pi ked
Cossacks, mature and tried men. Tbese
nave to keep watch iv the kitchen and pri
vate apartiiieuts.
Professor Koch's sister, Mrs. Alexander
Fleisluuan, was once a resident at Syracuse,
N*. V., where she was a music teacher. She
afterward went to Caz^novia, bt:t had so
liitle success she returned to Germany.
The Duke of Marlhorough has joined the
great nrmy of American promoter-, and it is
generally understood thai he was taken into
camp by ex-Mayor of Xew York Hewitt
His business will be purely on commission.
I hear thnt Eddie Gould, the second son
of Jay Gould, is going in for race-horses and
the sport of thtt race-tracks next season.
• ■forge Gouid took his wild oats pleasure In
encouraging the stage and dramatic art.— X.
Y. Press.
Gentlemen have been very lucky on the
French race-courses this year. 31. Maurice
Ephrussi won $85,000; Barons Alohoixe and
Gustavo ;de Rothschild, about $70,000 each ;
Baron o> Schlickler, §100,000, and M. Pierre
IJonon, Baron de Saubevran and M. Michel
Ephrussi between £tiO,ooo aud 870,000.
Jlme. Anno Marie Mozzont will stand for
election to the Italian Parliament and is
asking for subscriptions to assist in meeting
her expenses. Mine. Mozzoni is an accom
plished authoress, and her agreeable man
ners have niade her generally liked among
her large circles of acquaintances.
General Miles, while in Chicago, told a re
porter that the most interesting relic in his
possession was the weapon with which Gen
eral Custer was killed. General Miles says
it innkes him sad every time he sees it. He
may now add a more pleasurnble relic in
the weapon with which Sitting Bull was
killed.
Professor Virchow of Berlin, pronounced
"the foremost pathologist of the world,"
asks people to go slow about injecting Dr.
Koch's lymph into people. He says it Is a
dangerous poison, as indeed nearly all med
iceues are, and thinks it would be better to
wait until Dr. Koch himself Is satisfied wltb
his experiments.
Senator-elect Gordon, at the battle of
Seven Pines, received three bullet wound*,
and at Antietam he gut two bullets in the
leg, one in the arm, one in the shoulder and
one in the right cheek. He also had a horse
killed under him, the butt of his pistol
smashed, his canteen pierced aud lux coat
torn with bullets.
The Marquise d'Algeri, who Is becoming
famous in Europe for her beauty and wit, is
known to the American public as Blanche
Koosevelt. Fifteen years ago sue was a
eboir singer in Chicago. Sim had an oppor
tunity of finishing her musical education
and while on the continent developed an
astonishing faculty for language and liter
ature. Her husband is the sun of the Italian
Minister of Posts itud Telegraphs.
Artist Albert Bierstadt has receutly been
vtoiting his old haunts in the liocky Moun
tains. He first crossed the plains in 1859 with
the army of Argonauts from the East, and
it was then that he made the first sketches
for the paintings of western scenes whicn
gave him fame. For his last work, "The
Last of the Buffalo," he spent thirty years'
time and made several hundred sketches.
The picture was in his mind when he fol
lowed the trail to Pike's Peak thirty-one
years ago.
The Czar's railway train, which it to be
the substitute of the train wrecked in the
Borki accident two years ago, is at last com
pleted, and a few weeks ago its first success
tul trial trip was undertaken. The train
consists of a carriage for the Emperor and
Empress, an other for the heir apparent, a
third for the Grand Dukes and the Grand
Duchesse*. two for the attendants, two more
for the servants, ft saloon carriage, a kitchen
and a workshop. Electric light ha» been
introduced, and the technical details are,
HBturully. carried out "with all the latest
improvements,"
HIS FIRST DOLLAR.
Henry Clews Tells How He Started
the Foundation of His Fortune.
Henry Clews, the .banker, financier nn<l
author, being asked by a representative of
the New York Sun as to hovv ho laid tbo
foundation of his f irtune, said:
"I was preparing for Cambridge when I
first came to this country. It wa* the rulH
in English families not only to dispose of
the children in marriage, but also tn select
for them their occupiition in life. My parents
had decided upon making me a clergyman.
My family had been famous for clergymen
for many generations. An uncle of mine,
named Tysnn, was vicar of Woolstanton, in
Staffordshire. He had a number of curacies
at his disposal, and it was liis desire that I
sbonM take one. Now, a curate never re
ceives] more tlian £100 per annum. That
was to be my future. Of course, when my
uuele died I might have succeeded him, but
there was nothing certain about that. Like
.most English buys, I had no thought, one
(iav or the other, about accepting the life
mapped out for me. There was no question
about it. It had been decided, and I did not
think of disputing Ihe decision. During one
« my vacations, however. I thought I should
like to come to America. 1 had a brother hero
who was in business, and my father had
gone over on some business also, and I
thought I'd like to see the country. I re
quested permission to come, and it was
accorded me. I sailed from Liverpool in
the ship England, and landed in New York
after a passage of thirty-two days. Shortly
alter :ny arrival my father returned tn En
gland, but as I had seeu but very little of
the country I requested permission to re
niiiiu longer, and my father agreed.
"I had not been here long before my
ideas broadened and I perceived that here
in this country there were opportuities of
which I had never dreamed in England. 1
became very much dissatisfied with the idea
of reluming to my narrow prospects in En
gland, and after somu deliberation I deter
mined to remain. I was at the time in re
ceipt of a small allowance from my father,
which I obtained through a banking-house
in this city.
"I had no sooner determined to stay here
than 1 looked around for some employment,
and secured a situation a« assistant book
keeper with the firm of Wilson B. llunt at
William street and Maiden lane. Mr. Huut
was related distantly to aiy family, having
wajrittd a oousio, and it whs for that reason
principally that I secured employment under
him. My first salary was $230 a year. I
was then 14 years of a^e. 1 wrote to my
father us soon as I had secured the place,
informing him that I would not return to
England, nnd that he need not send me any.
furthor allowance. My father a:ni mother
wrote me to come home, but i refused to do
so, and have not been there since."
From this small beginning Mr. Clews his
built up v colossal fortune, which is now the
backbone of the banking Qnn of which he is
tho senior member. Mr. CleW9 referred
with pride to the fa t that at his early age
he was one of Vir best penmen in the city
of New York. It was his splendid penman
ship that made it easy for him to secure his
first situation and that won for him shortly
th.-realtm- the diploma at the American In
stitute Exhibition in Castle Gardeu. That
diploma, handsomely framed, now forms
one of the decorative features of Mr. Clews'
home.
QUEER THINGS IN HIS BRAIN,
Such as a Screw, Some Hii-tv Kails and
Several Other Trifles.
Alliance, liox Butte County, Xcbr., fur-
DUhes a case for surgeons aud scientists to
study over. One week ago Sunday Adel
bert Hlgby, a boy 16 years of age, residing in
that place, was out hunting with a rusty old
shotgun, says the St. Joseph News. The
gun exploded, striking the boy in the fore
bead, iust above the right eye. crushing the
skull. Through the aid of a companion,
who was with him, the lad was taken home.
ai:d Dr. \V. H. Smith was summoned. At
sight of the wound the doctor was surprised
to rind tbe boy alive, but judge of his amaze
ment when probing the wound, he found an
9U rusty screw ihgt had been in the stock
imbedded fully an inch and a ball in the
bruin. Further probing brought to light two
pieces of the boy's hat-orim and four pieces
of tho skull boue, the largest of which was
nearly the size of a silver dollar. In the
operation the doctor also found it necessary
to remove about half an ounce of the brain
itself. Il is something no surgical authority
ha; recorded as possible. But here it is
proved. The injured hoy has been con
scious ever since the accident, and unless
blood poisoning sets in he stands every
chance of recovering.— Ex.
New Incorporations.
fue following articles of iocoriioratlon liave
been filed la tlie County Clerk's offios:
Installmeul Home IJuiMuie Compauy. Direc
tors—J. G. VcCraitli. T. D. McCiaith, W. P-
McCiailb, Anuie J. Simpson and IVII.I .1. .Mr
Ciaiili. Capital stock $100,000, of wlncli
$11,000 hm beeo sub>ciibed.
J. B. Boc.iide Uiay;'ite Company. Directors—
J. JJ. Uoeaide. J. C. Stiicklaud, H. E. fenuell. A-
J. Laihrop and J. P. Dee. Caulial slock $SO,(XH>,
v! which $15,000 lias been subsd ii.<«l.
Colonial Mail Service.
The cnlouial mail will, after the Ist of
January, be delivered on bonrd the Mono
wai, belonging* to the Uuion Steamship
Company. The Mxraroa umy also be char
tered for that service. The mail contract
for service witli the bpreckels Bros, will ex
pire with this liuiitli.
An Assigned Claim.
diaries Moiie has sued to recover $250
from K. H. McDonald in an assigned claim
for professional Rtrvieea to Clara Belle
McDonald 'luring lier illness in May, 1889.
REAL ESTATE
FOK SALE BY
K MACEa
Real Estate Agent,
And Publisher " Real Estate Circular,"
Xo. 20 Montgomery Street,
OPPOSITE LICK HOUSE.
LOW-PKICED INVESTMENTS.
BUSH ST., BET. POWELL AM) MASON; 46X
IS7-.6. and front ana rear buildings sbould be
put Iu rear and new building built Iu front; will
then pay well; only $13,001).
PINK ST.. BET. IirCHANAN AND WKHSTER
-4; .'ixl.l7 t>. and 2 Hue I'-story and attic houses;
8 rooms and alt uioOern conTeuiences In each; can
be used as one house i.' desired; ¥10,500.
T^ALENCIA ST.. BKT. 19TH AND '20TH ; E.
> side; 25x80, and X-stsry house, store below
$10,000.
(>OLPEN GATE AVE.; 2 FINE 2-STORY BOW
y window houses of 6 rooms and all modern eon
renlences. aud lot 30:6i137:6; bet. \» ebster and
Flumure; street accepted : flo,&UO.
■I'ALEN'CIA ST.: e»xl«3; CLOSE TO THE •
v junction of Valencia and Mission; a growing
lUTestment atid a flue buy; $95U0.
FOI.SOM ST., UET. BTH AND 9TH : N. 8IDK;
25x90. and ii-sicrr double house: i> roonis In
each: rent HO; stores Iu this block now; street
accepted; f7UOO.
OATH ST.: VERT FISK ROME; 731109. ANU
— ' ' very fine 2-story house, 1 1 rooms and crerf
muderu convenience: commauUs ouu of the finest
vleirs In the city; $16,350.
I'RANNAN ST., N. SIDE, BET. BTH AND 7TH-
I' 2 i.-ts left: 28x80: *-73n each; stone blocks
down and street accepted ; terras 1,3 cash, balance
at 7 1 it cent and seller pays mortgage tax.
MISSION PKOPKIITT.
"r"ERY CHEAI-; *75U0; FINE UOISE, WITH
> lot 30x12*2 :t>, on Howard SL. bet. 2-d and J3d ;
eli>K'aut 2-story residence of a rooms and modern
conveniences: brick foundation; stoue sidewalk'
street accepted.
GUERRERO ST., NR. 22D; 2 FLATS OF 4 AND
5 rooms each and bath-room: rented for «43;
lot '--1x11)5 ; street macadamized and sewered.
3 LOTS— CASTRO ST., N'EAB 23D; 25x105;
$IbOO eacn; street graded and macadamized;
cable-cars pass.
DOI.OKES AND 25THSTS..SE. CORNER; 35x100;
•f 3000: or BuxlOO; inagnlftceut view; both
streets sewered and macadamized..
OATH ST., BKT. HOWARD AND FOLSOM; 36l
— '.' 05: ouly 93500.
WESTERN AUDITION — DESIRABLE
LOT*.
PINE ST., S. SIDE: FINE VIEW FROM THE
reir: bet Laguna and Bnchanan; 36:0x137:6;
block accepted aud well built up; ftT-'OO.
p EAKY ST., BET. VAN NESS AVE, AND
w Fraukiln; 1 lot left; 30x120 to rear street;
C7SOO.
SE. COR GBOVE AND STEINER: <">N RISING
ground: line view; the steiut-r-st. front races
Alamo square; 75xL37:6; $11,000.
HAYES ST., NR. DEVIBADERO: 25x1.37:6,
and an extra lot In rear. 37:6x45. nearly equal
to two lots In size; street sewered; cable-cars pass:
93500.
LAiiKIN AND FRANCISCO; NW. CORNER;
137:6x137:6: $7000; fine Tlew.
L/tLLMORE AND LOMBARD: SE. CORNER;
I 137:0x120 to rear street: 2 corners and 3 fronts; ■
Flllraore will be a business street !u this Hat district;
$12,500.
FINE VIEW OF BAY: LOTS 23x137:8; 51750;
N. side Ureen ,-t.. bet. Broderick aud llaker:
very tica lots.
BAKER ST., W. 81 UK, BET. HAIciHT ANH
Page: 3 lots: 31:8x100; on higb giouiul, bet. 4
coble-cars; $iOOOeaea. it
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