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• CITY REAL KSTATE.
• GH. UMBBBN & < > -..
. VJ". Real Estate Agents. Rent Collectors ana
•■ Auctioneers, 14 Montgomery ft , San Francisca
IMPROVED PROPERTY.
i QtQHr-.fl A HEAL BAR.GAIN; 2-STORY
. ■ «*<■> ' ' 'v". house of 7 ro«ms and bath; stone
] ' walks, etc.: Turfc st.: lot 30x75; positively must
: be sola: $-000 tan remain.
Gl>nzr\f\ ELEGANT MANSION NEAR THE
■ <P,.t/t)UU. park: 12 rooms and bath; all modern
Improvements; lot '.'5x10(3:3: Ash bury st.
»()'Cn ON EAST TERMS: A NEAT BAY-
• «r»«.tJt)U. window cottage of 5 rooms and
bath: all modern Improvements; brick fuunda-
■ilons. etc,; lot 25x102: sunny line of Precita aye.,
one-half block from the Mission-st. electric road.
ffikQK'/Vn ? UST BE CLOSED ON ACCOUNT
ifOt)' 'V. of foreclosure: 2 flats on Pierce st.,
. near, several lines of cable roads; lot 25x90;
rents $25.
©onnn CHEAP; NICK home: cottage
" '«u*OvVVf . on 21st st., near Valencia; 25x114;
. street work done. _ __
:^7"nA CORNER ON MASON ST.; SCB»
. 0 I O\J\J. stantlal improvements; renting for
$7-0 per annum; 3 flats; stone walks; street ac-
■ cepted. __
. (IT iTin CORNER NEAR SAN BRUNO
.. t^l'lUl'. aye. horsecars: nice cottage of 3
• rooru>, et(".; brick fouudatlous; Stable; chicken-
: . ■booses; lot 50x100.
€; !%y l\C\(l RENTS $1080 PER ANNIM.IN-
- S:JO.UUU.: JO.UUU. vestment on Bush St., nr. Powell;
fiitsatsuiUal house mil lot 22x8u to rear street;
■ .street accepted: must be sold to close estate.
... . 4 A Crtrt DORLAND ST., RUNNING
: IOVVJ. through to alley; naif block from
■'•.Guerrerc-st. cars: nice 2-story bay-window resl-
■ ■ 4cace of 8 room* and bath: brick foundations: lot
■ . 25x115.
Ai'T^nn RENIS $720 PER ANNUM: OAK
V"tJ) I O\J\J . St. : 2 good flats of 6 and 6 rooms aud
. biUti each and cottage; brick foundations, stone
walk, etc. ; part cash; lot 27:6x120.
Cl Ewflfi CORNER ON VERMONT ST., NR.
. <CItJUV'. 2«ttl and Porrero aye.: cottage of 6
• rooms and bath; lot2sxiuo; street work done on
both streets.
■•'''•©' QKftfi PACIFIC st., RUNNING THRO UGH
; JI^OUVJU. to rear street; stcre and flats; brick
' foundations and at! modern improvements: resits
•: $1902 per annum: lot -ox 120 to rear street,
&>HC\C\(\ SPECIAL INDUCEMENT, NEAR
i W\< . Union Iron Works, Sugar Refinery
and rope walk; Tennessee St.. Fotrero: 2 bay-
■• ' window flats of 5 asd t> rooms and bath; each lot
■ ; 60xH>0; part vacant. _
■ O9A f\C\C\ POST ST.; ELEGANT INVEST-
' ■ *£JLU.\J\JV. incut: 3 substantial 2-story
' bouses and two cottages: rents $133 per month;
;. lot 62:6x1*5; must be sold to close an estate.
ffijl Q (\(\(\ RENTS $1260 PER ANNUM;
; (C*. IO. UUV'. Harrison and Alabama tts.: good
' . Investment: several tenements; brick foundations,
■ lot 50x124; two frontages.
cj.nnn RENTS 534 PER month: TWO
. .«j!*±UUU. substantial flats in good condition
-' tear Fifth and Mission sts.
Q. f X\ (\(\(\ PATS $1944 PER ANNUM: NO
.' tJ'^.U.UUU. better investment property for
''.sale In the city; several flats and lot 50x137:6;
brick foaadations. stone walks, etc.: between two
..lines of cable roads; always occupied by railroad
employes.
' <fcl Z.fif\ CORNER ON VERMONT ST.. NEAR
' ' 1 l«)UU. Twenty-fourth-st. .cable road and
' Fotrero aye.; house of 6 roomi, etc.; lot 25x100.
UNIMPROVED PROPERTY.
$1300— Twenty-sixth aye., near J st. ; 100x120;
xaust be sold: offer wanted.
. $^*Jso— Corner. 50-vara; 137:6x137:6: near Ful-
. • . too Iron Works and wharves.
$?50U-Suuny line on Haightst.: 25x100; fine
vipw.
". S7so— Another snap: Boyce St.; 26x120: easy
.- terras.
$2000— Large corner n.ear Thirtieth ana Church
er*.-. equal to three lots; street work done on both
streets: otfer wanted.
$1100— Richmond: pickup: Sunny line of Cali-
fornia st.; 50xi00: marine view.
90— A great snap: Williamson St., half block
from ' ;-arv cable: 75x120: will subdivide.
" G. H. UMBSEN & CO., 14 Montgomery st.
. _- ]rH Snffe
O'FAHKELL a co.,
\J Real Kstate Agkkts,
11 MONTGOMERY STREET.
d-(,",AA A DOWNTOWN PROPERTY A
».•• '"UU. few feet off Market St. paying 8 per
cent; full particulars at office.
£. |.|A(| MODERN COTTAGE OF 5 ROOMS
. «.. — v/W. aud bath: north of Market St.: lot
. 80x115: will take a vacant lot as part payment-
Q7finfl 2 STORES AND FLATS ON A
• J i \J\J\J. choice corner on Guerrero St.; lot
• ; .S3xso.
©■9Q f)nn PATS is PER CENT; CHOICE
'. «J_O.UUI/. corner id the Western Addition: ;
. 65x27:8^4: covered with Improvements: prop- j
: er:-.- has been steadily rented for the last 3 years. ■
<£ %1 7nn PAYS $10 PER MONTH: SHIPLEY \
OO I UU.II ; lofJsx7S.
©r-onfi JIODF.RN NEW RESIDENCE ON j
«C 5 I OUU. Octavin st.. near Broadway; grand
: -marine view: lot 25x112:6.
Qzinnn bay-window residence OF 5 !
■ ■ (*!IUUU. rooms aud bath on Pine st.
frrnrxfl INCOME $780 PER ANNUM; 3
■ . tjil UUU, new modern flats on Shipley st.
QQ^nfl INCOME 5875 PER ANNUM; 3
;. «„ •'•''"'. choice modern flats on Oak-st. cable
line: property always rented.
C r.r\(} CHOICE FLATS IN THE WESTERN
• «_ IJiIUU. Addition: 6 and 7 rooms and bath
. each; handsomely tinted and finished throughout ;
■ lot 3UxllO: this Is a pickup.
C?97nn SEDUCED FROM $3200 IN ORDER
i.. - I v". tu make immediate tale; two nice
. flais on Garden St.. renting for $22 a month: lot
26x76: street paved with basalt blocks and ac-
cepted by the city; an offer will be entertained.
C-AZ.f\f\ GUERRERO ST.; TWO MODERN
O\J\J. flats ol i and 5 rooms and bath each;
near 22d st. : this is as < heap a piece of property
as there is on the market: an offer might be enter-
tained.
COOfin CHOICE BUILDING- LOT ON
! <J*- — \J\J. bhotwell St.. near 17th; 24:6x122:6:
street paved with bitumen; can be bought for
- $200 cash and balance in monthly Installments.
<szinnn TEHAMA - ST. INVESTMENT:
■. <pttUUU. pays ¥456 per year: store and 4
rooms and flat above of 6 rooms; street accepted
. by the city; improvements In good order.
QflnA BUILDING LOT ONLY 27 MINUTES'
' •^•JUU. ride from the K3ldwln Hotel, via the
Metropolitan Electric Railway; lot situated on
' - 12th aye.. near li St., facing the park; street work
complete: water and gas; ready tor building: lot
.. 25x120.
Q^fin FOLSOMST. PROPERTY, BET.
.«D«J O\J\J. and Bth: store and flat; lot 25x
75: Income $3« per month.
.. For further particulars apply to O'FARRELL &
CO., 11 Montgomery st. JyB SuWe 2t
"L^OR EXCHANGE-J7500 IMPROVED PROP-
• .4: erty in Mission warm belt for other city prop-
. erty improved or unimproved. Call on H. B.
• BHAW, 142 Montgomery st. jylO 4t
• :l*7 ANTED— TO BUY A NICE RESIDENCE OF
• • *•" about 10 rooms and modern Improvements,
■ lot about 50x137:6 feet, in a genteel neighbor-
; Uood. with a fine view. Pacific Heights would be
'. preferred. Address S. 1-.. Poalofflce 2034 jy7 7t
• • QOO COTTAGE 3 ROOMS IN BERKELEY;
■■' •iJpC'Kjyj. lot 40xl0i); $50 down; $15 monthly.
$1600— Cottage of 4 rooms and bath: lot 40x95;
9100 down; $20 monthly.
■ 5500— Lot 40x120; nice fence: $10 monthly.
$200— Lot 25x171, with creek; $5 monthly.
. je27 tf CHAM. A. BAILEY, 21) Montgomery St.
MEDICAL.
RsTDRTETpTn^^C^UcIIEMF^'pRO^
fessional in ladles' affairs. 254% Fourth. Ie tr
..A NEW PROCESS— No MEDICINE. INSTRU".
A. ments or worthless pills used: every woman
! ber own physician lor ail female troubles; no |
matter from what cause, restores always In one i
■ day; can be sent and used at home: all cases gnar-
. anteed. DR. POPPER, 318 hearny st. ]e!0 tf
A LL CASES OF IRREGULARITIES RESTORED
iv In one day: latest Invention in electricity used
• In treatment of women's diseases: home in con-
finement; French pills guaranteed: consult free. j
. MRS. DR WYETH, Sanitarium. 818 Post. Jel6tf ]
HOME IN CONFINEMENT WITH BEST
possible care. Ladies may have the benefit Of
• tlje skill and attention of a physician of long prac-
tice, with absolute privacy. ALL FEMALE DlS-
■ lam treated: consultation confidential. A pos- i
itive cure for the liquor, morphine and tobacco
habits; every case guaranteed. MRS. DR. UWYISR,
• jMli/uJiyde Bt.. S. *■
Di iKM FEMALE REGULATING PILLS: A
■are and efficient erumeoagogue; $1 per box.
RICHARDS & CO., druggists, 406 Clay si., sole
■gepts. je!3 ly
ANITARIUM FOR CONFINEMENTS AND
diseases of women: a German lady pnyslclaa
. fslways present; best of care. Dr. A. S. TUCHLER,
2107 Howard, bet. 17th and lbth: tel. Mission 839.
. T\R. MRS. WEGENER. 419 EDDY ST.: DIS-
. xJ easts of ladies a specialty: irregularities cured
■ In 1 day; private home tor ladles.
ALPEAI FRENCH PILLS.
A ooou to ladles troubled with Irregularities:
- no danger; safe and Hire; $2 60, express C O. I).;
don't delay until too late. OSOOOD UROS.. Oak-
. land. Cal.. aee»t» for Alpeau et Cie. apl tf
! PASTURES.
6RBKBPABTURKD; BEaSoNABLEBATEsT
XX green feed: toft ground: good fences and
■water. Address HENRY JANTZE>, Boul'lln
Island. _^ Jy6 FrSuWe tit
HOUSES PASTURED, $1 50 A MONTH: GOOD
. JI feed and care; convenient to San Francisco;
(end for circular HYDE 630 Commercial.
TO EXCHANGE.
W~~vTn TED^BUI LiSVN^^in^^F7jR~2~NE^ W
■'■ " flats. Golden Gate aye. SPECK, 18 Montgom-
ery st. •
COUNTRY REAL ESTATE.
fVFARRELL & Ct>!l
11 MONTGOMERY SV.,
BAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
COUNTRY LAND DEPARTMENT.
40 acres, 4V3 miles W. of Santa Rosa; 4 acres In
prunes 2 years old: 1 acre in prunes bearing: 2
acres in apples. bearing, very fine; balance in hay,
grain and pasture; good bouse of 7 rooms, celled;
good barn, 40x60: chickea-houses, etc.; good
water; price $5000.
We are selling many such places as above de-
scribed in Sonoma County.
Send for a catalogue of the celebrated Los Quil-
lcos Rancho in Sonoma Valley.
O'FARBELL & CO.,
11 Montgomery st., San Francisco.
jyS .we 2t
/CALIFORNIA LAND, '
V' FOR FRUIT ORCHARDS.
SANTA CLARA AND SAN BENI I O VALLEYS.
THE BEST LAND IN THE STATE.
5, 10 and 20 acre subdivisions. Prices varying
from $25 per acre upward. Terms to suit.
HOMESEEKERS.
E. C. GODFREY, Manager,
Room 37, Crocker building. San Francisco.
■ jyl SnWcSa lm ■
VOX HOMES IN THE SANTA CRUZ MODS.
T talus or land In Los Gatos or vicinity call on or
address C. R STETSON, room 15, Parr Block, Los
Gatos. P. O. box 293. se!s FrSuWe tt
/ -HKAP LANDS IN SHASTA COUNTY: $6 AN
' ' acre: 3xo acres; 4 miles from Redding: 70
in valley, balance rolling: would make a fine fruit
or stock ranch: no improvements; plenty of tim-
ber to pay tor the land: can be Irrigated.
42 acres or choice Sacramento River bottom
land: all necessary Improvements: fenced; front-
ing on river and railroad; 2 miles from Redding;
never fails to raise a line crop; $2400.
$1000— The best little stock ranch in the State;
18 miles from Redding, 2 from school and post-
office: 160 acres deeded laud, control Ing large
outside range: small house; orchard: fine springs
of water that never dry up; noble groves of oaks:
plenty of game and fish in the vicinity; range will
carry hundreds of head of stock; some fencing.
$7500—300 acres; 3 miles from Redding: front-
ing on railroad and county road: a fine young or-
chard of 1300 trees: 1000 Bartlett pears and Mulr
peaches; balance figs, nectarines and prunes; all
In bearing: 237 acres level: plenty timber: house;
2 large barns; this place Is very beautifully lo-
cated ana is known as The Cedars: must be seen
to be appreciated; part cash. CBARLEB W.
POPE, Redding. Cal. my3o WeSaMo tf.
PEDDINGION TRACT— SMALL HOMES IN
XV the Russian River Valley: 20 acres and up-
ward: bounded on the east by the Russian River;
B. F. and N. P. R. R. passes through and has a sta-
tion on the place: the finest tract of valley and
river bottom land ever offered for the price; $25
per acre and upward: terms, one-third cash, bal-
ance 1 and 2 years at 7 per cent. J. T. PETERS,
room 3. *2rt floor Mills bonding. je2 lm
D~ H. TWING. SONOMA CITY, CAL— CO UN-
. try Real Estate Agon:. Particulars 632 Mar-
ket St.. San Francisco. je!2 if
9 ACRES CHOICE FRUIT IN NAPA CITY:
*- good house; rneap 1.. MAI'KIN. Napa.lv 3 lm*
oakland REAL estate.
7^!ckEN~"RANCtP AT MM I 1 \ ALfcf~FOR
* sale by MACDONALD. MOTT 4 CO., 1008
Broadway, Oakland, and 142*2 Park st.. Ala-
weda. my 26 tf
©Qnn UNE LARGE LOTS IN SOUTH
<J^OUU. Berkeley, bear electric roads and Cali-
fornia and Nevada Railroad; lots sewered; only
a tew left at this price; terms, $10 cash, balance
easy terras. Call at once, CLOUGH & BAKER,
100-' Broadway, Oakland fe2 tf
©97 '(\ CASH, A BAROAIE; 65 FEET ON
tj 1 .- ■ OK-' Broadway, and house of 5 rooms. Call
at once. WILLIAM P. TODD. 1010 Broadway,
Oakland. Jel9 tt ex Su
ALAMKDA REAL ESTATE.
© 1 ' (\l i 9 ROOMS: LOT 70x150
t£-iOlM>. $4000-6 rooms; lot 50x160.
$1500— 4 rooms; lot 40x100.
$7000—10 rooms; new: lot 50x150.
£12,000— a rooms and fine furniture.
Central aye.: lot 70x140
Furnished and unfurnished houses in ail parts
Of Alameda. E. D. JUDD.
my!2SaSuWetf 1329 Park st.
1 9 PER CENT INVESTMENT; NEW 5-ROOM
I -£ cottage and lot. $2000: a new 6 2-story
house on Lafayette street, $2350: $600 to loan.
J. H. YOUNG, building and real-estate agent,
1243 Park street. Al-jmeda. / j>s lot
"\VE WILL BLILD YOU A HANDSOME ALA-
IT metis home and lake payment in monthly in-
stailmenls; designs and plans to suit buyers with-
out charge; own your home and save rent, office.
1602 Park St., Alameda: open evenings. MUTUAL
BUILDING AND INVKSIM EXT COMPANY. 16 tf
■WEEK'S NEWS FOP. 5 CENTS - THE
WEEKLY CALL, in wrapper, for mailing.
BERKELEY REAL ESTATE.
O»()X AMON I H Hi VSA HOME IN HI RKELEY
<i 7 — O WM. ('. BIBSELL. Asliliv aye. nation. a2st
CL A I It VO NTS.
I^'^"t^l?d7^bTs^m^nTt~^l£xp f?kTiSm?kd
OO I clairvoyant; ladies only; fee 25c. jyll 2t*
YPSY LIFE-READER; LADIES 25C: GENTS
VJ 50c. 5 Seventh st. JyB 8t«
MRS. FIX, TEST MEDIUM; DAILY SITTINGS.
1191 Harrison St. jy6 7t*
MME. DR. THOMAS TELLS IKNTIKK LIFE,
past, present, future; consultations on all af-
fairs, nothing excepted -.names given, good advice,
sure help: restores lost love by sympathy; mistake
Impossible; fee $1; letter $2. 30 Kearuy st. je4 tf
Mli ANTHONY, MEDIUM AND LIFE
reader; ladies 25c; gents 60c. 248 Third st.
ME. MOREAU, TRANCE MEDIUM, LIFE
reader; beat in city -.fee 2ic up. 103 4th st.a 3 tf
MME. RAVENA.CLAIKVOYAN I": ill I. READ-
er: names given; 25c up. H'2H Howard. 23tf
MME LEGUETTE— PRESENT AND FUTURE
told: 25c 905 Folsora St.. room 3. mr2l tf
HE GREATEST TRANCE MEDIUM IN THE
world cannot see any more beautiful views
than those in Part 7 of "Picturesque California."
\i BS J. .1 WHITNEY, CLAIRVOYANT. TEST
iVi medium and life-reader. 21S Stockton.jei.3tt
EDUCATIONAL.
7^I^An""IESSONS ERMAN^T. A dT;
'' moderate terms. A. G., box 119, Call Branch
Office. jyll 3t»
ENGLISH BRANCHES TAUGHT: YOUNG
Xj lady teacher. 334 Golden Gate ay. 14 WeSaSn tf
ISS BOLTE'S HOME AND DAY SCHOOL,
2428 Buchanan St.: board: English, French,
German, music and dancing: $30 month. jylO 6m
OWENS ACADEMY, UNIVERSITY ATE.
Berkeley. T. S. BOWENS. II A., Principal, lm«
ITALIAN, FRENCH AND SPANISH TAUGHT.
X EGIDIOLOKENZI.cor. Jackson and Powell. 3m
PROF. MISS M.T.McMAHON. GUITAR, BANJO
X and mandolin; reasonable. 1814 Market.Jl9 lm
OLANDER, TEACHER BANJO, GUITAR &
mandolin ; new accompmt-bks 50c. 209 Powell.
RINGING CLASS, ELECT. PROFKS3OR
O OGILVIE»S vocal class, on Flrdays at 8 p.m.,
In Mozart Hall. 1358 Market st; fees $1 per
month; private lessons. my 2 tt
"PACIFIC BUSINESS COLLEGE, 320 POST ST.:
JTcharges moderate -.day and ev'g sessions, ociO tf
TJEALD'S BUSINESS COLLEGE. 24 POST ST.:
XJ. always in the lead Send for clrculars.aulo tC
CHOOL, CIVIL, MIN I N MECHANICAL,
electrical engineering, sarrerlnc architecture,
assaying; es '64. VAN PER n'aILLKN. 7'.i3Mar*at
STORAGE
"XDV^AM^E^IiTD^^Tu^NTriuTtETpTAN^,
J\ and goods stored. LIEBES 1 Storage Company,
(1 Stockton place) 310 Stockton st apS 6m
STORAGE OF FURNITURE, PIANOS, BOUSE-
hoId goods, etc. J M. PIERCE, 735 Market.ly
1711RST-CLASS S'IORAGE: ADVANCES MADE.
' 421-423 Market St. CHAS. L TAYLOR. Jel3 tf
DENTISTS.
~A~?TTO6TirFILLE^D JrIExTRACTED PAI N-
A lessly by my secret method without danger-
ous cocaine or gas; 1 have received 8 first prizes:
all work guaranteed and reduced to suit the
times; I have discharged all my operators and
personally do every operation: fillings, platet,
brldgework, etc. : I have removed from 6 to 20
O'Farreil st. DR. GKO. LEEK. jyl tt _
DR. LUDLUM HILL, 1443 MARKET ST..
xJ near Eltventh: no charge for eztrnctlnf whsa
plates are made; old plates made over like new:
teeth from $» per set : extracting rjOr-.gasgiren.itt
» FULL SET OF TEETH FOR $7; FILLINGS
• ' at lowest prices; work warranted. DR. J. W.
KEY, Market st., bet. Mason and Taylor. 15 it
/IOLTON DENTAL ASSOCIATION. «08 MA IV-
\J ietst. DR. CHARLES W. DECKER. JeS tf
DR. H. G. TO! I. . TRACTION PAINLESS;
platework. bridgework, teeth wltoout plates
81 specialty. 1841 Poln gt, my 14 tf .
l^O PAIN —EXTRACTING OF TEETH ' MADE
i-> easy; 60c and $1; artificial teeth from $5;
filling from $1. CROOMS Dental Association,
768 Market SL, Set. Third and Fourth. apl2tf
Q-fJ A SET FOR TEETH: WARRANTED AS
0 I good as can be made; filling $1. DR. SIMMS,
dentist, 830 Market, next Baldwin Theater >cltt
FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS.
ffl?~l Cf; PNEUMATIC : FOR $45- HOI'S SAFK-
© 100 ty, $6: bargain. 411 McAllister. 11 7t»
LINE HORSE AND A MILCH COW FOR SALE;
" cheap. 355 Eloventh st. JylO 31*
L'OfI "HALE .'HEAP-LARGE LOT OF OLD
r lumber and firewood. Apply terry foundation,
foot of Market _st. Jy7 7t
/ O V "\ TK KS. SHELVING. SHOWCASES
Vybouthtandsoid.liaiV 2 Market,bet.7th ana Bth
1 r> H.P. ENGINE, 24-IN. PLANER, LATHES,
x£ second-hand machinery. 1721 Mission. 22 3m
/"INE SMALL MEDIUM AND LARGE-SIZE
U "fire and burglar proof safe. 221, 223 M'kt. 9tt
HOW CASES, BAR. STOfiJS, OFFICE FIXT
O tures. Scheerer's Flonwer Store.2s 10th.13 12m
CECOND-HAND BOILERS, ENGINES, POMPS,"
O shafting, pulleys, belting, water-plpes.etc.
ae«ti McINTOSH *; WOLPMAN. 13/ Bealest.
A WEEK'S NEWT FOR 6 CENTS — THE
. WEEKLY CALL, in wrapper, for mailing.
THE MORNING CALL, SAN FRANCISCO, WEDNESDAY, JULY 11, 1894.
HOUSES TO LET. .^
1" 9 A we Stis ter7 r. h aight— n ice HObSE
— v of 6 rooms and bath. jyll3t»
(»"|/\ THREE ROOMS: YARD: CELLAR. 39
tjJLU. Pore, off Harrison, bet. 9th and 10th.9 7*
HOUSE OF 10 ROOMS: CHEAP; SUITABLE
for lodging-home. 19 Sixth »t. j>B 7t«
»>/-*"dam k.nkar church-new cottage
OU 5 rooms and bath. JyB 3t*
QTORE WITH BASEMENT AND 3 FLOORS
O above, containing VO good rooms. Apply J.
DEM ART INI & Co.. 317 Washington St. je3o tf
.11 I O'FARRELL— FINE 2-STORY HOUSE;
rtl I bath, laundry: $45: cheap. ]e29 tt
fflJl A IH3I ONION— 4 ROOMS AND BATH.
(jpll. $14. 18'i7 Union, store and •>. rooms.2otf
HOCSK 10 ROOMS: BATH: $40. 1518 BROAD-
way. bet. Polk and Van Ness aye. Jel9 tf
HOUSE OF 10 ROOMS CHEAP. APPLY COR-
ner Clay and Leaven worth sts. aplOtf
COTTAGES TO LET.
<2> \T) COTTAGE OF 4 ROOMS.: I.ARGE
0 I yard; basement. Apply 623 Second st.,
near Brannaii. jylO 3t*
9 TEHAMA, NEAR FIRST-COTTaGE OF SIX
rooms: large yard: rent low. jyB 3t«
Q>-\ (* SUNNY COTTAGES, 4 AND 5 ROOMS.
fjplx). bath, basement, ya. 15th and Dolores.7 7*
IHI 7 EIGHTEENTH — HANDSOME COT-
IvJll tage; 0 rooms and bath. Apply MADI-
SON & BURKE. je2o tf
C«9' COT I 1 AGE OF 6 ROOMS AND BATH;
<jy*-iO. 1327 Ellis St., Dot. Lagunaand I'.uchanan:
key on premises. G. H. UMBSEN <fc Co.. 14
Montgomery st. Jel7 tf
COTTAGE: 123 LIBERTY, BET. GUERRERO
' unit r>.-i'.ore.« garden front and rear. lei tf
FLATS to LET.
3^ROC)M fTatsT^goluen GATE^ PARk!
1810 Page at., near Cole. Jy 1 1 tf
"1 f\\ DALE PLACE, OFF GOLDEN GATE ATE.,
J-\f2 near Hyde St.— Lower flat; 4 rooms. Jll 3f
MEW FLATS: SEVENTH ST., BELOW BRY-
-l-> ant: 4 and 5 rooms: $10 and $11. jyll 3t
AQX. HAIGHT. NEAR FILLMORE— 2 SUNNY
T:O«/ flats, 5 ana 6 rooms, modern improvements,
also flat 4 sunny rooms; rent $13. JylO 7t*
L'LAT 5 NICE ROOMS: BATH; REASONABLE!
r 207 Steinerat., near Waller. JylO 76*
<2»1 (' AND $14— UPPER AND LOWER FLAT
<4pJ.U 6 and 5 rooms respectively: all modern
Improvements. 1419 Sauchez st , near cor. Dun-
can. jylO 4t«
VLAT 5 ROOMS, 152S LEAVENWORTH. BET.
J Pacific and Jackson ; rent $16. jylO7t*
C£~] Q UPPER FLAT 5 SUNNY ROOMS AND
«lp J- O . bath; all modern Improvements. 3 Bowie
avo., off Eleventh, near Howard. jylO 3t»
C MALL FLAT 6 ROOMS: ALCOVE AND BATH;
rent reduced. 364 Grove st. jylO St*
AY-WINDOW FLAT: FIVE ROOMS; BATH;
t ' laundry: stable. 1122 Treafive. Jy9 3t*
1 GOODSELL PLACE, OFF FIRST, RINCOX
1 Hill— 3 large rooms; $7. Jy9 3t»
Cjl Q LOWER BAY-WINDOW FLAT OF 7
•_ i O« rooms, bath, hot and cold water, station-
ary tubs, separate basement and yard. 34 Lapidge
St.. bet. Valencia and Guerrero and Eighteenth
and Nineteeutb. ' jyB Bt*
ELEGANT TOP FLAT; 5 ROOMS AND BATH;
i^ latest improvements. 143 Grove St., near City
Hal.. jyB 7t«
ELEGANT SUNNY UPPER FLAT, 7 ROOMS
and bath. Stelner St., near Ilalght. jyB 7t«
V E FLATS— SET B NTH. HE LOW BRYANT;
i-> 5 and 6 rooms, bath: $10 to $18. jyß 5t
ELEGANT BAY-WINDOW FLAT: 5 ROOMS:
bath: large yard: basement. 226 Tenth. JyB tf
<JT«k)Q MODERN FLAT; 8 ROOMS; BATH.
<IT^O. 11-'B Howard st, near Seventh. jyS 8t«
<£• ] 9 UPPKR FLAT I ROOMS— 6O^ ZOE ST.,
<1T 1— • bet. Third and Fourth, nr Brannan. ]7 8*
VICE SUNNY FLAT; 3 BAY-WINDOWS. 7
-».' rooms, porcelain bath: modern Improvements.
SE. cor. Seventeenth and Castro sts. jy6 7t»
TO LET— FLAT, 7 ROOMS. BATH, CELLAR,
etc.: modern improvements: low rent. 121kb
Fulton St, bet. Scott and Devisadero. jyti tt
CjiQ FLAT 4 ROOMS; WATER FREE. 1213
tlpXO. Bush St. Je3o tt
I, LAT 6 ROOMS— BATH; RENT REDUCED.
I 1513 Taj lor, bet. Pacific and Broad je"JB tf
9 NEW SUNNY FLATS; 8 AND « ROOMS: NW.
■^ cor. Page and Shr»der sts. je27 tf
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS.
CLEMENTINA ST m BeY! FIFTH AND
*i tJ'.i Sixth— Clean, sunny, housekeeping rooms
from 87 to $10 per mouth; also single rooms,
cheap. jyll at*
1 O^jl HOWARD — 2 SUNNY Fill NISHED
JLOUtr front rooms: light housekeeping; bath.*
I]Q FIFTH— 2 FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING
1 I V rooms: $15: also others; transle:. l. 1 1 3t*
QAH MISSION— 2 SUNNY HKP'G ROOMS;
i/ll furnished complete; front single. Jyll2t*
F.l'ill I'H-J SUNNY FURNISHED K»l!i.
**%» 4 for light housekeeping; cheap. • m
1400 MARKET — UNFURNISHED ROOMS
LrtZjO for houtekeeplng or offices. Jyll
MCALLISTBR — 4 UNFURNISHED
• >"i — rooms for housekeeping. *
7 % BRANNAN. ABOVE SIXTH — SUNNY
I <~.>) kitchen and bedroom: furnished; $8.11 at*
QC(| MISSION, NEAR SIXTH — 2 ROOMS,
VO'J complete for housekeeping. $12. •
1 n TWELFTH, NEAR MARKET— CONNECT-
J. v' ing rooms completely furnished at low rent.*
1 1 4.Q BUTTER, COR. POLK— SUNNY ROOMS,
-LXtiO light houselcpg: transient: cheap. jylO 7t
I 9Q PERRY-2 FURNISHED "booms for
IZ.O housekeeping: $9. JyiO4t*
1 I'Q CLEMENTINA, NR. THIRD— 3 NICE,
iUO sunny rooms, upstairs; *7 rent. jylO3t*
7 Aft HOWARD— 2 LARGE ROOMS': SUIT-
I "iU able for housekeeping; rent $9; also single
and double rooms: cheap. lyio "1*
8 ANTHONY. OFF MISSION, NEAR SECOND—
0 housekeeping rooms, $2 a week. jylO ;u*
t) EDDY PLACE— 3 UNFURNISHED ROOMS
*~ for housekeeping. Jyio
09,1 BUSH— 2~OR 3 UNFURNISHED SUNNY
O— 'L rooms suitable for housekeeping. |TlO2t*
i )(\ LARKIN— 3 ELKGANT SUNNY ROOMS.
»».-U furnished complete for housekeeping-
central. ■ jylO 3t«
'->»>«•> THIRD- NICE SUNNY FURNISHED
*j£i£i hou»ekeeplng suite. $9: single. $1. jyio 2*
1 m (» POLK— a SUNNY FURNISHED HOUSE-
-1 UXO keeping. rooms. Jy9 st»
OOA THIRD - 2 UNFURNISHED ROOMS;"
OO'I water Included; rent $6. Jy9tf
*)('~ (Cl AVIA. COR. OAK— 4 SUNNY ROOMS
— \)O furnished for hkpg or otherwise. ]y8 st*
Qfl7 VO D BTB ST.-SUNNY HOUSEKEEPING
OU I rooms; furnished complete; also single-
cheap. ]y8 st»
I *> MOSS. OFF HOWARD, NEAR SEVENTH —
1O 3 furnlshrq rooms tor iiuuseiteeplng. JyB 6t*
1 Q LEWIS, OFF TAYLOR, NEAR POST-
XO Sunny front and kitchen unfnrn. : $10. 8 st*
QOC JESSIE-SUITE AND KITCHEN. FUII-
OUJ nlshed for housekeeping: gas and bath.B 5*
r TEHAMA, NEAR FIRST-3 ROOMS FOR
0 housekeeping: rent moderate. JyB st*
PEARL, COR. MARKET, BET. VALENCIA
and Guerrero— 2, 3or 4 furnished housekeeping
rooms, from $12 up. jyß if
WASHINGTON— SUNNY UNFURNIsHeD
O\j£ housekeeping rooms: also alugie furnished
rooms. jy6 7t»
1 AQ7 POLK-8 OR 4 LARGE, PLEASANT,
.HOI tunny rooms; famished for house Keep.
Ing. je23 tt
H i SUITES, WITH KITOB'B
J ttZ. exclusively: cheap to iierman'ttenant.24 lm
rooms to LET.
T^TT^ion'toTTmlbrY^un^
1 IU nlshed rooms: double and single; reason-
able. Jyll tf
99Q LEAVENWOBTH— NEW HOUSE; NEW-
—— •) ly furnished rooms; call and be con-
vlnced. Jyll st»
1 Ql l ) FOLSOM-l OR 2 LARGE UNFUR-
JOI £> nlshed front rms.: all convenlences.il 2*
r/'Q MISSION— FURNISHED RM».; SINGLE
• )UO or double; large and comfortable; also
housekeeping. ]yll
99/1 0 MISSION — SUNNY NICELY FUR-
Z.jL lO nisbeil room; bath; $8 a month. •
nnni BUSH. COR. BUCHANAN— I OR a FUR.
Zi\J\Jx nlshed rooms: reasonable. •
ATOf; FOLSOM-LARGE FRONT ROOM, FUR-
I OO nlsbed or unfurnished; $7. •
SIXTH-CHEAPEST IN CITY; FRONT
sunuy rooms: light housekeeping. •
19 KIGHTH-a SUNNY FURNISHED FRONT
IZi rooms; yard; rent $12. ■ •
"GROVE -3 ROOMS ON FIRST FLOOR.
Qyj^t Jyll2t* *
91 UNFURNISHED FLOOR OPP
\ ZiX i Union square; rent reasonable. Key
21 !'/■>, rear. JylO&t*
iQOOI HARRISON — FURNISHED BEDROOM
O*-*i4 and use of kitchen; rent cheap. jyit at*
1 f\H MINNA— NEATLY FURNISHED FRONT
Iwl room: rent cheap. jylO
(i Alt HOWARD-FURNISHED FRONT SUITE-
O*±U double and single rooms. jylO 2t* '
7(| A MCALLISTER— ALCOVE SUITE; BOW-
-4 Ut wlntfow; grate: hot and cold water; $18-
-suitable for 2 gentlemen. JylO tf '
1 91 WASHINGTON AYE.-l OR 1 UNFOR-
X^2 nlshed rooms; cneaprent; reference.lo 3t»
C9Q SIXTH - 2 UNFURNISHED SUNNY
%J^iO rooms; cellar; no children. iyg st*
CtC'Jl MINNA. COR. EIGHTH— NICELY FUR-
\}\j I nlshed bay-window rooms, $1 week.jy9 st*
9= BIRCH AYE..OFF LARKIN ST.. OPP. NEW
*JO City Hall— 2 sunny furnished rooms: $7 and
*9- > Jy§7t*_
THE SHERMAN APARTMENT HOUSE— I 29
X new sunny rooms; hair the price of best hotels;
very central: strictly respectable. 28 Eighth, near
Market. A, W. MANNING, proprietor. Jyl lm
KOOMS TO tET— CONTINUED.
f*Aj GEARY - NEWLY^FURJUSH^dT^sTn^
Ul/o: gle; double: snnpy. window; bath 8 5»
1 f\n WELSH. BET. FOURTH AND FIFTH-4
X\J t fine sunny rooms; upstairs; $10. jyB st*
QQQ O'FARKELL-ELEGANT KROP«T AL~-
OOP cove suite; also single; modern inipts.B 4t»
-1 99 TAYLOR— SUNNY FURNISHED ROOMS;
I — '- suite or single: all on one floor. jy7 7t*
QQfk ELLIS— ELEGANTLY FURNISHED PAR-
DO\J lors suitable for 2 or 3 {rents or family gas;
t bath; also single rooms; reasonable. jy6 tr
r-^r MARKET (LONDON) _ SUNNY FOK-
t \JO nlshed rms. $1 50 to »6 week; transient, tr
T INDELL HOUSE, COR. 6Til AND HOWARD-
XJ 100 single rooms, newly furnished- H6c night.
SI 26 week; satisfy yourself; open all night. 24 tr
mO'FAKRELL-OFFICES; NEWLY FUR-
pished rooms for gentlemen. je!9 tf
» RLINGTON HOUSE. 127 KEARNY-PLEAS-
xx ant sunny rooms, en suite and single: first-
class in every respect; terms reasonable jalO tf
Q^l eighth— sunny FDRNISHED ROOMS
Otrg for gents; reasonable. , felt> tf
991 GEARY— RICHELIEU HOUSE; TRAVEL-
ZtZi'jing people solicited; day weeit or month, tr
•yOSKMITK .HOUSE, 1045 MARKET, BET.
1 Sixth and Seventn— Single and suites: per
night, 35cto$l: week. $1 60 to .$5: famllles.apl ly
1 f\l IiKOVE — FDKNISHED FRONT AND
1171 duck rooms: sunny: bath am 1 , gas. je6 tr
boarding AND kooms.
LAKUE. SUNNY, FRONT ROo!a7~WITH~OR
without board; terms moderate; private
family. 1611 Howard. •
i/URNISHED ROOMS, PRIVATE family,
r with board: $4 25 wee>. 715 Broadway. 11 7*
I COMFORTABLE ROOM AND GOOD HOARD
I ) tor old lady. 434^ Hayes st. jylO 3t»
■\ticELY FURNISHED ROOMS; GOOD BOARD:
IA $15 per month: $4 a week. 637 Howard. 8 6t»
1 nfll SUTTKR.COR.HYDE-CORNER SUITE;
l UUI also single rms.; $25 per mouth, with or
without board; translet. ie2o lm
RAND VIEW, 714 BUSH— THIS BEAUTIFUL
sunny family house has been reopened under
anew management. No pains will be spared to
make guests feel homelike; everything through-
out new; first-class service: few doors from Mar-
ket and Powell st. car system: terms reasonable;
reference. ap2ltr
CHILDREN BOARDED.
/-ver'man woman, without child.wants
'l to board child: mother's care. i:0 Sherwood
place, off Third st., bet. Mission and Howard. «
[.'BENCH LADY WANTS 1 OR 3 CUILDREV
Fto board; reasonable. 16 Scott place, up-
stairs. jvlO 3t»
/COMPETENT LADY WANTS i OR 3 CIIIL-
Vj ilren t •' hoard: beat uf ire 4341/? Hayes 10 3*
STOKES TO LET.
S"^TOKiTXnD S ROOM^fT^Uß^rnsHiED^OirTjNl
furnished: cheap. 2742 Folsom. jyll 3t*
r-\ A SACRAMENTO-STORE; CHOICE BCSI-
OX'J ness location: rent reduced to *4U jyll 3t
nPTEB lI.AT, WITH OR WITHOUT POWER:
I centrally located: suit manufacturers ana
others. Apply 34 and 3ti Main at. jylO tr
IjMRST-CLASS LOCATION FOR A BARROOM.
r 17 Eddy st. jylO3t*
TVTEARLY NEW STOKE— CHEAP. 829 HOW-
1\ axil St.. bet. Fourth and Fifth. jys 7t*
<E!lfl NEW. WITH 3 ROOMS: 2958 FOLSOM
J V. St., bet. Twenty-firth and Twenty-sixth
W. NIC"L. 634 V, California St. jf 24 tr
OFFICES TO LET.
KSK ROOM AT R^JoIP6r^TxTIPFLOOR7
Mills building. jvlO tf
HORSES.
TTood ITentle DRIVING horse AND
It buggy for cheap. Apply ltn ii Mission. B St*
WAGONS AND CARRIAGES;
5\;W lor BUUGIEbT • SECOND -HANI)
wagons, 3 carts, harness and 6 horses; must be
sold. Fifteenth »nd Valencia st*. jyB 7t
1 5-GLASS LANDAU HACK, IBEWSTER OPEN
1 coupe, 4 horses and harness; $750. Apply 421
Eighth aye., on" Point Lobos. jyB 7t*
"i MM. BAKER'S WAGON; FINE HACK: ALSO
T surrey and laundry wagon. SjS Harrison. 2B lm
argaTns IN coach and hackliarnkss;
Urge*' assortment in the city; latest styles.
Lcluoid Harness Company, 110 McAllister. Jo23 tt
"I HACK. AS. GOOD AS NEW; ALSO 800.
1 gles; cheap. Turk and Kill more sts. ja2 3mo
• WEEK'S NEWS FOR 5 CENTS — THE
A WEEK'S CALL. In wrapper, for mailing.
WEhKLY CALL, in wraDDer. for mailing.
ASSESSMENT NOTICES.
TVTOTICE OK ASSESSMENT— MEXICAN GOLD
XV nod Silver Mining Company. Location of
principal place of business, San Francisco, Cali-
i fornia: location of works, Virginia, Storey
County. Nevada.
Notice is hereby given that at a meeting or tbe |
Board of - Directors, bold nn tbe tweirth day of
June, 1804, »■. assessment (No. 60) or twenty-are j
ceati r-sc) per share was levied upon the capital
stock at tb« corDoratlun. payable Immediately In
United States cold coin to the secretary, at the
office or the company, room 79. Nevada block, 309
Montgomery street, San Francisco. California.
Any stock upon which this assessment shall re-
main unpaid in tbesev«i:tecntb day or July, 1894,
will bs delinquent and advertised for saie at uub-
lic auction: and unl-aa pavuiei.t Is made before,
will be sold on TUESDAY, the seventh day of
Auguat, 1894. to pay the delinquent assessment,
together with the costs or advertising and ex-
penses or sale, By order of the Board or Direc-
tors. CHAS. E. ELLIOT, secretary.
Office— Room 79, Nevada block, 309 Montgom-
err street, San Franclico. California. jela td
SSESSMtNT NOTICE — UNION CO.NSOLI-
dated Silver Mining Company— Location of
principal p;ace of business, San Francisco, al.;
location or works, Virginia, Storey Comity, Nev.
Notice Is hereby given that at a meeting or tbe
board at directors, held on the twentieth (20th)
day of June, 1894. an assessment (No. 49) or fif-
teen (15 cents per share was levied upon the cap-
ital stock of the corporation, parable immediately
In United States gold coin, to the secretary, at the
cilice of llin company, room 4, Nevada block, 309
Montgomery St.. San Francisco. Cal.
Any stock upon which this assessment shall re-
main unpaid on tba twenty-fifth (26tb) day of
July, 1894, will be delinquent, and advertised for
sale at public auction; and unless payment Is
made before, will be sold on WEDNESDAY, the
fifteenth day of August, 1894, to pay the delin-
quent as*rs-.meDt, together with costs or advertis-
ing and expenses or sale. By order of the board
of directors CHAS. C. HARVEY, Secretary.
Office— Room 4, Nevada block, 309 Montgomery
St.. San Francisco. CaL ]e3l td
"I?AST SIERRA NEVADA MININQ COMPACT—
Xx Location of principal place or business, baa
Francisco, Cal.: location or works, Virginia,
Storey County, Nev.
Motto* Is hereby given- that at a meeting of the
board of directors, held on the lOtb. day of Jan-
nary. 1894, an assessment (No. 3) of live (5) cents
per share was levied upon toe capital stock or that
corporation, payable Immediately In United States
goad coin to toe secretary, at the office of the
company, 310 Pine street, room '28, San Francisco,
Oal.
Any stork upon which this assessment shall re-
main unpaid 011 tbe 23d day or February, 1894,
will be delinquent and advertised for sale at public
auction, aud. unless payment is made before, will
be sold on FRIDAY, tbe 16th day or March, 1894.
to pay the delinquent assessment, together with
the cost of advertising and expenses of sale. By
order of the board or directors.
UXOROE K. SPINNEY, Secretary.
OSes— 3lo Fine street, room 28, Bau Francisco,
CM.
KOTIOE OF POSTPONEMENT.
la accordance with law and an order of the
board of directors of the East Sierra Nevada Min-
ing Company adopted at Its meeting of February
18. 1894, and catered In Its records, Ihe date of
delinquency of assessment No. 3, levied January
10, 1894, Is postponed to Marc!: 33, 1894, and tbe
date of sale for unpaid assessment No. 3 Is post-
poned to April 13, 1894.
By order of the board or directors of the East
Sierra Nevada Mining Company.
GEO. R. SPINNEY, Secretary.
OOce— Bl9 Fine street, room 28, San Franclsee
Oal.
February 19, 1894. _
NOTICE OF POSTPONEMENT.
Id aceordsnee with law and an order of the
board of directors or the Kan Sierra .Nevada
Mining Company adopted at its meeting of March
19. 1894, and entered In Its records the date of
delinquency or assessment No. 3. levied January
10, 1894. Is further postponed to April 20, and tlie
day or sale (or unpaid assessment No. 8 Is further .
postponed to Ma? 11. 1H94. By order 01 tbe
board of directors of the East Sierra Nevata
Milting Company.
GEORGE R. spinney. Secretary.
Office— 3lo Pine St.. room Jt>, Saa Franclsee,
Cal.
March 19. 1894.
NOTICE OP POSTPONEMENT.
In accordance with law and an order of the
board of directors of tbe East Sierra Nevada
Mlnine Company, adopted at its meeting of April
If, 1894. and entered la Its records, ibe date of
delinquency or assessment No. 3, levied January
1894, Is further postponed to May 18. 186«, and
the day or sale fur unpaid assessment No. 3 Is far-
ther postponed to June 8. 1894. By order of the
Hoard of directors of tbe East Sierra Nevada
Mining Company.
UEORGE B. SPINNEY, Secretary.
Offlee— ?lae st, room 2iJ. Maa Ftaaclsoe,
Oat
April 16. 1894. _~-
NOTICE OF POSTPONEMENT.
In accordance with lav? and an order or the
board or director!, of the East Sierra Nevada'
JUlnluc Company, adopte i at Its meeting of May
14, 1894, and entered in its records, the date or
delinquency or assessment No, 3, levied January
10, 1894, is farther postponed to June 16. 1894.
and the day or sale for unpaid assessment No. 3 if
further postponed to July 6, 1894. My order of
tbe board of directors of the East Sierra Nevada
Mining camp.Miy.
GEORGE R. SPINNEY, Secretary.
Office— 3lo Pine street, room 28, San Francisco.
Oal.
Mar 14. 1894
NOTICE OF POSTPONEMENT. '
In accordance. with law and an order of the
board of directors of the East Sierra Nevada
Mining Company, adopted at its meeting of June
13, 1894, and entered in Its records, the date of
delinquency of assessment No. 3, levied January
10. 1894, is rurther postponed to July 13, 1894.
and tbe date of sale for unpaid assessment No. 3
Is further postponed to August 3, ] 894. -
OEOROEH. SPINNEY, secretary.
Office— 3lo Pine street, room 28, San Francisco,
Cal. 1 4 td I
PIANOS. VIOLINS AND SHEET MTJSIC.
E^LE^iANT PIANO; NEARLY NEW; MUST
sell; leaving. Call 4to 6. 633 Elghteentii.il 7
4L>Uf\fi ELEGANT UPRIGHT PIANO; GOOD
(jDUu. as new; $197 60. Room 12, Flood
building.! JyB
CL'l P»fs WILL SECURE A $550 PIANO: THE
«8> IOU owner Is obliged to sacrifice it. Room
13, 809 Market st. Jy4 tf
/CIRCUMSTANCES CAUSE THE FORCED SALE
' ' or > beautiful Stein way upright piano. Ad
dress L.. box 148, Call Branch. jy4 tt
ANOTHER VICTORY: SOHMER PIANOS
A have received first prize highest award gold
medal California Midwinter . Fair. BYROn
MAUZY, 308 Post st. jy3 tf
fi» 7 c WILL BUY A NICE UPRIGHT PIANO
«4P IO in good condition. Room 10, Flood build-
in?. Jyitf
<I7;Or SECOND-HAND CABINET - ORGAN;
tj^w-c). must be sold. Room 21, Flood build-
ing. Jyltt
ELEGANT STEIN WAY' PIANO, $225: MUST
be sold. Room 10, 809 Market st. ]yl tf
ffli/jC ELEGANT PRINCE A CO. ORGAN IN
<P "JO- best order. 40 O'Farrell st. je29 tr
STEINWAY CPRIGHT; SLIGHTLY USED;
O grand tone; V» cost. SPENCER. 731 Market. tt
TEINW AY & SON'S AND 6 UPRIGHT PIANOS
0 from $75 up, $5 installments. FAT'S Piano
Factory, 1729 Mission st. je!2 lm
TECK, CHICKERING * SONS. VOSE AND
other pianos sold on $10 installments. BENJ.
OURTAZ & SON, sole agents. 16 O'Farreli st. tf
1/ OHL.EK 4 CHASE. 26, -.48 AN D 30 O'FARRELL
JV st., leading pianos and organs; oldest music-
bouse; largest stock ; easy terms; low prices. ap23tt
ALL KINDS OF REPAIRING AND TUNINO;
low prices; first-class work. B.OHLER *
C ASK, 28 O'Farreli st. de 7 tt
GRKAT REDUCTION -SHEET MUSIC HALF
IJ price: 10.000 D'c's :BC. MAUVAIS.769Mkt.22tf
KNOWS HIS BUSINESS.
A Book Agent Who Knows the
Value of Incidental Tips.
"I'll not detain you two minutes," said the
booK agent briskly as lie bung ills hat on the
bad; of a cbair and laid a large volume on tbe
lawyer's desk. "Tbis work which 1 am intro-
ducing sells itself. It is called 'The Model
Home, or Housekeeping Reduced to a Science.'
Beginning with the plan of a six, seven, eight
or ten room bouse, as the case may be, it de-
scribes tbe best methods of fitting up each
room according to a general design, with a
schedule of prices arranged to suit any purse,
and—"
"You needn't waste any more time describing
It," interrupted the lawyer. "I happen to know
my wife wants that book. She has been wait-
ing lor It. If you will call at my house, 797
I'ettis court, anil inquire for Mrs. Grashly. she
will take a copy it at once. But slay! 1
might an well net it myself and surprise her.
How much is it?"
"Seven dollars."
"Can you deliver It now?"
"Yes. I have two other copies with me. You
may have this one, though ii is not my usual
■ way. Five, six, seven— that's right. Thauks.
Good-morning."
After he had cone away the lawyer discovered
the binding was defective. lie also found In
the book the agent's card. It was Inscribed,
"J. Alfred Jones, 277 College row."
"That's lucky," he exclaimed. "Broxby.
across the hall, lives at 279 College row. I'll
ask him to send that fellow back here, and I'll
make him exchange this copy for one of the
others."
About an hour later a brisk-moving book
agent called at 797 Petiis court and Inquired
for Mrs. Uraßhly.
"I'll not detain you two minutes, madam," he
said, when sbe had made her appearance. "Tbts
work, which lam Introducing, sells Itself. It
Is called 'The Model Home, or HousekeeDlng
heduc d to a Science.' Beginning with the
plan of a six, seven, eight or ten room house, as
the case may be, it describes the best methods
of fitting up each room according to the gen-
eral—"
"Why. I've been wanting that book for
months," said the lady, joyfully. "How much
is It?"
"Seven dollars."
"Are you taking orders for future delivery or
can you let me have the book at once
"1 can let you have this one, I guess, though
It Is not my u«ual way. I have another one In
my valise. Four, four-tiny. five, six. seven.
Thai's right. Thank«. Good-morning."
A man called at 227 College row late in the
afternoon.
"Is this Mr. J. Alfred Jones?" lie asked.
"That's my name," answered the man who
came to the door.
"My name* Broxby." rejoined the caller. "I
have an ottice just across the hall from that of
Grashly. the lawyer. He told me to ask you to
call and see him the next time you are down-
town."
"Well," said Mr. Jones, meditative y, "I
know exactly what he wants. I .mi the asent
for a new book he's trying to get, and I prom-
ised to let him have a copy to-day. It's called
•The Model Home, or' "
"If that's all," said Mr. Broxby. "perhaps I
can take the book myself and turn it over to
him to-morrow."
"Why, so you could. He was to pay cash
down for it, though, and— and maybe"—
•'How much 11 It?"
"Duly $7. I've just got this one left, and I
start for Indiana In the morning"—
"Here's i lie money."
"Let me see --three, four, six, six and a half,
seven. Thai's right. Thanks. "
And Lawyer Grashly . occasionally In the
library of bis cozy flat at 797 hettis court
look* at three laige volumes, exactly alike,
standing side by side In one of the bookcases,
and swears with great energy and volubility.—
Chicago Tribune.
• — • — •
COLOR OF WATER.
The Difference in Hues Is Scientific,
ally Explained.
Almost every person who ban no special
knowledge of the subject will say water has no
color. Yet everybody knows that the ocean is
blue. Why the ocean is blue is a question that
few who have crossed It have ever sought to
solve, and there are many travelers who, though
they have seen most of the famous rivers and
laKes in the world, have failed to notice the re-
markable dlOerence In color wbicb their waters
present. Even the ocean is uot uniform in
color; in some places its waters are green or
even yellowish.
Some lakes are distinctly blue, others present
various shades of green, so that in some cases
they are hardly distinguishable from their level
grass-covered banks; a few are almost black.
The Lake of Geneva Is azure-colored; the Lake
of Constance and the Lake of Lucerne are
green; the color of the Mediterranean has been
called indigo. The Lake of Breliiz Is Greenish
yellow, and its neighbor, Lake Thun Is blue.
The colors of rivers differ yet more widely.
The Rhone Is blue, and so is the Danube, while
the Rhine is green. The St. Laweieuce Is blue.
These various lines are not caused by mud or
any opaque sediment, such as that which makes
the Mississippi coQee-colored, but belong to
the waters, like the golden color of tea, with-
out greatly lmparing their transparency.
The cause in the difference in the color of
lakes and rivers has engaged the attention of
many celebrated investigators of nature. Re-
cently I'rofessor Spring of the University of
Liege has carefully investigated the question of
the colors of water and has re died some Inter-
esting conclusions. According to him abso-
lutely pure water, when seen in masses of suf-
ficient thickness, Is blue, and the varieties of
color exhibited In lakes aud streams arise from
the presence in the waier of mineral salts of
different degrees of solubility ana varying
quantities. ".■' .
Water containing carbonate ot lime in a state
of almost complete solution remains blue, but
if the solution is less complete tbe water will
have a tinge of green which will grow stronger
as the point of precipitation is approached.
Professor Spring concludes if lime is added to
blue water, in which so much carbonate of
lime is already dissolved that it Is almost satu-
rated, the water will become green. In proof of
this be cites the fact that the water near the
shores of lakes and sens where it comes In con-
tact witb limestone Is generally of a greener
hue than elsewhere.— Spare momenta.
• » •
Summer Drinks.
The inevitable lemonade with which kind
hostesses refresh their summer evening callers
becomes a little monotonous about the third
week in June, says the New York World.
Then It is that the modern woman tones for
either her grandmother's rules for cordials or a
bartender's facility in concocting cooling
beverages. Here are a few hints, which, while
they will uot put her on a par with either of
those powers will, at least, vary tbe tediousness
of everlasting lemonade.
Claret Cup— One quart bottle of claret, one
bottle of sodawaier, one lemon cut very thin,
four üblespoonfuls of powdered sugar, quarter
of a teaspooniul of grated nutmeg, one liquor
glass of brandy, one wineglass of siierry wine.
Half an hour before It Is to be used put in a
lame piece of loe. so that It may be perfectly
co d.
Orangeade— Squeeze, the juice. of six China
oranges and three Seville oranges, boil the peel
of the Seville oranges In half a pint of water
for naif an hour and add it to the juice, with
eight ounces of fine sugar; then pour over this
a quart of boiling water; cover and let the
liquid stand to cool; then run It through a
jeliybag and ice it If you choose.
Maraschino Orangeade— A method that re-
quires less time and can be used without cook-
ing is uot so rich, but lighter, and always liked.
Take half a dozen juicy oranges and squeeze
out all the juice possible. Rub a dozen large,
juicy strawberries through a tine sieve. Add a
bottle of Apollinam water and sugar to taste.
Slice 'an orange and put it Into the orangeade,
with a few strawberries to float on each glass.
Add a tabissi'uouful of maraschino -to each
glass. •
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