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5%*?a6 fA R I N Kll IN sal7jon7~city !
■Sa ____.* Jr?wV : bl^ transient trade: guarantee I
npr v" , 1( l 0: pttys barkeeper $70; prefers part-
!•.__■" *, 11 « ach Rood man business : best place in
vlJ^ o > ' nve ? tI S atlon - BTENBKRG 6 TRIE-
«KR, bd2 Market St., opp. Palace Hotel.
5*450 _iEAUTIFUL SUNN. 10-BOOM
«'nvVn^ ll0n8e: Permanently rented: low rent.
I'alaceHo^ & TKEIBER, «32 Market St., orp.
' ihue Hotel.
SA LOON UN CITY FRONT, ui'i'u- I
T^ETtti-^aVS"-^ bargain. STENBEKG _
TREIBER, 632 Market at. j
l^*£ , OPPORTUNITY-HALF INTKKJ£»T
_■• :u bakery lunch parlor: one of leading places
of Ks kind in city: receipts $100 daily: anyone
with average intelligence can conduct same;
. owners have urgent .business elsewhere: thorough
tual ana InveatiKatlon given before buying. STEN-
BKBQ A TREIBEK, 632 Market st. '
Ql *-^^0 LI QL'OR-STORE;TUIRDST.;CON-
.I i*JU\J. trols largo trade: cheap rent: posi-
tively full value in stock, fixtures: suitable for two
TRKMnf™ 520 _} c , bar « - STENBERG &
1 1.1.1 HI-.K. 632 Market st., opp. Palace Hotel.
$1000 P '■' '-V NORTH OF MARKET;
luL\y *, bllklu K'-'%»>Ws. daily; 2 horses and
vva_o is; weekly receipts $150; 6 living rms.: rent
*35. lease; burtrain. STENBERG, 632 Market st.
,< ,") ,">( ) VV ' ( EKY AND BAB: WESTERN
TT?vrVlpi> Al .-'.l lu ) , n: n <> opposition. STENBERG &
1 tU£IBER » y<*~ Market, opposite Palace HoteL
S()"S() WANTED; OLDEST,
> uu ■ v ■:•■■-.-< V : 1 restauraut; neartrans-
ier point; big day and night trade; recefpts 945;
n-^iTiJ-i?! 111 " tor hired hell.. STENBERG &
T f.KIHKi:. 032 Market st.
"< I '"S ( \ DELICACIES AM) DAIRY PRODUCE
v-«7iT , • V" iv " M " ''; averages ?G to »7 daily.
I ROLL & LLOYD, 719 Market st.
: <£ ') 0 000 CAf^»t TO INVEST: BUSl-
t^vu.uuu nesses bought for cash or sold on
commission. PROLL & LLOYD, 719 Market st.
I )Vh!.\., AND CLEANING ESTABLIBH-
X-/ ment; good income: investigation will speak
for itself. PBOLL _ LLOYD, 719 Market st.
V OTICE — HAVING SKVKRAI, BUYERS
—•' willing to invest in legitimate business, parties
desiring to sell apply oHI AI.V i_ CO., 23 Kearny.
C6OAA PARTNER 1X ' CORNER SALOON 7
tu^ouvr. clearing $150 month; not necessary to
understand the business, but must be of sober
habits. Apply HE ALY. 23 Kearny st.
~Q 7 BHANCH BAKKRY,VARIKTY-STOR_;
V ' *'■ 5 rooms: cheap rent. HEALY.23Kearny.
<^')'f. lil4A-M.ll BAKERY, CANDY AND
v, - - >). stationery store: 4 living-rooms: rent
»18 snap. BAKKETT tg SKIFF, Market.
PAYING 13-ROOM nOUSE; ALL
•JfUU. occupied: central: rent $40: offer
■ ntPj - BARKKTT '-• SKIFF, 8653 . Market st.
A . 19^ BRAX CH BAKKRY : MUST BE SOLD
■*_O x — ' '• to-day. BARKETT, S6si-ii Market st.
rpo BUY OR SELL A BUSINESS OF ANY
..X kind quick for cash see STRAND & CO., 45 3d.
<I7"> BRANCH BAKERY, DELICATES-
V 1 !•'. sen and light groceries; good trade; 3
ronins :_harsain. STB AND & CO., 45 Third st.
1 JEST AURA XT; No. 1 LOCATION; LARGE
J.I trade; handsomely fitted ui>: to be sold at a
bar.;,;: . STRAND _: CO., 45 Third St.
s< "v \{\ SALOON, NEAR MARKET STTT
.. .'. t\J. bargain. STRAND & CO., 45 Third st.
«<' 1 7". PAYING RESTAURANT: COFFEE
•. •)*•'. saloon ; nr. Market and Third sts. and
new Call building; averages $15 a day; bargain.
JOHNSTON, 26y 3 Kenrny st.
/'tOALVAKD-A BARGAIN; GOOD-PAYING
V.' coal, hay and grain business: fine building;
solendid location; good team and harness: new
wagon: new safe, scales and truck; 4-stall stable:
long lease: cheap rent. ALD£N <_ GARFIELD,
5 OJ Brna Iwsy, Oakland.
pEST B SINESS CORNER FOB A GROCERY-
-«* store; good chance; low vent. Call at corner
Thirty-fourth and Adeline st«., Oakland.
I)AKT.M.K WANTED— MAN: VERY
X small capita; needed: sure investment; business
shows for itself; must answer to-day before Ip.ji.;
No. 1 chance. M. M., box 19. CalfOfflce.
GOOD PAYING SALOON, WITH LADIES'
• J parlors, near manufactories, for sale. Address
lE., box 9, ( all.
C2v>7'^ SURE BARGAIN; WKLL-PAYINO
"■ — • O. city-front saloon; place speaks for itself.
JOHNSTON & CO., g6V_ Ktarny St.. room 4.
"V-OTICE— HOTEL FOR SALE; HOTEL SHORT
- ' distance from city; will sell stock and furniture
or will sell stock separate: now is a chance to get a
hne stock of liquor at cost; party owns hotel and
will give good terms to any one who wishes to rent
or lease it. Address A. H, box 31, Call Office.
C9^f| SINGLE LADY : WISHES PABTNEB
*- — *-»V/. in paying delicacy-store with well-es-
tablished route; horse and wacon; living-rooms;
Incoming partner to attend delivery and collecting.
»l'articul_rs 5 Mason at., room 1.
0 ZJ\i \ RESTAURANT: MUST BE SOLD:
• ' \J\J, 1000 meals for 5c and 10c served daily;
low rent; money-making place: greatest bargain;
" call and investigate. 626 Washington si.
I' WILL BUY HALF INTEREST IN
«_ iJ*J\'\J good quartz-mining property; hi? bar-
gain. Address G. W., box 47, this office".
• DA LOON FOX SALE ON ACCOUNT OF SICK-
O ness; price $750; goo ! place: big stake; manu-
facturing district. Apply 505 Mission St.
DAKf N_R WJAXTED; BAKER PKEFERRKD;
X mint be a _LiisU«r. _n<l well ar-(ju«!nii»<l • in .s»n
Francisco aud across bay. Inquire 1162 Guerrero.
GIN AND COM BIS A-
VJT tion table. 2131 Mission st.
OOD- PAVING SAXmVICI' WAGON : AC-
Vj count of other business. 1400 Folsom _:., cor.
T^ntb.
pHYSICIAN, OBLIGED TO GO EAST. WILL
X s'il valuable practice and office furniture at
sacrifice. Address Physician, box 103, Call Ofllce.
F rili SALE— ONE OF THE LARGEST AND
■ X oldf-st 'iv,., range and house-furnishing estab-
lishments: plumbing, gas-rittinij, tin and sheet-
ironmaßufacturing a specialty: investigation so-
lciteti. Inquire on premises, 524 Washington st.
Q TOKE AND BAiSEMENT FOR BAKE ;
v j will build oven for responsible party. Apply
corner Twenty-second and Guerrero sts.
/ UGARS. LATEST SLOT MACniNES,WHOLE-
'.. ' sale; agents wanted. KAHN& CO., 220 Calif, st.
PARTNER WANTED — BUSINESS F.STAB- '
X lished since 860; capital required from $45,000
to $50,000. Address B. M.. P. O. box 2435.
v :j|,|a ROUTE FOR .SALE: EVENING
' OUUU. paper; pays Sl5O per month. Apply
■ tl.is office. '7" ■
7 \INING-BOOM; CHEAP: i TABLE FOR
X) man and wife. Inquire grocery, cor. Howard
end Fifth sts.; no agents.
• Oj O CA EXCLUSIVE COUNTY RIGHTS
• _ •>')\f. for one of the best selling articles; 60
per cent profit. CLASSEN & CO., 629 Shotwell
PrY WITH 8600 TO . JOIN IN PROFIT^
x able business. 512 California St., room 14.
rPHE 0 X SALOOJS" FOB SALE. 319 EAST ST.
VOX SALE— FIRST-CLASS SALOON.DOING
X? a fine business; splendid location: owner going
away. J. RKIDV A CO., 131/3 Sixth st.
RASS FOUNDRY FOX SALE; DOING A
good business; complete plant and tools; low
I rent; tour years lease; good reasons given for sell-
ins. For particulars address GEORGE NOLAN,
133 Beal? St., San Francisco.
Q9 r f\ PARTNJSR . WANTED IN OLD EB-
-•_—*«-'"• tabllshed wood, coal, hay and gram
busines.s. Address B. D., box 91, Call Office.
">^"DUSINESS MAN AS MANAGES ORPAKT-
ncr; bonds required. C. M., box 17, Call Office.
LOON FOR SALS; 309"THIRD ST. ; SOLD
0 on account of other business.
TO LET— CHICKEN RANCH, CORNER RAIL-
X road and Thirty-fourth ayes.: good house, with
well of water, 6 rooms, chicken-houses, etc. : rent
cheap; cars pass the door. O'FARRELL & CO.,
II Montgomery st.
BRANCH BAKERY AND NOTION-STORE;
* living-rooms furnished with the ore; good
chance at your own price. • PHILBRICK & MET-
CALF, 2548 Folsom st.
_ 'BEAT OPPORTUNITY TO J.IVHLY MAN
• " I with small capital: one of the best established
new and second-hand furniture business at a bar-
gain; will sell half or ail on account of sickness.
X., box 68, Call Office.
ok 17 r/| PARTNER FOR SALOON— HAVING
•„ I O\J. secured fine corner advertiser would
like partner. Address G. W., box 127, Call Office.
Q9AA RESTAURANT; DOING A FIKST-
♦iP-jUly . class business; line chance for man and
wife; rent 15 a month. 1009 Larkin st.
YOCXG LADY WANTS HONEST GENTLE-
x man partner with $100; no trlflers need apply.
Address MISS A., box 23, Call Office^
T. 'OR SA .E— BAKERY AND RESTAURANT.
J: 49 Second st.
CORNER GROCERY AND BAR; STOCK AND
\J fixtures; owner going East. 1552 Folaoro st.
I^OU SALE— BLACKSMITH-SHOP: HEAVY
1 stock: owner sick. Address 8., box 161, Call.
INK TIN AND STOVE STOKE, WITH
J 1 plumbing-shop, cheap. 1103 Stockton st.
ijiOß SALE AT~A~BARGAIN; OLD ESTAB-
T lished cigar-store: good location and stock.
Address J. D., box 162, Call Office^ .
"MOST CONVENIENT AND RESPECTABLE:
I>l Winchester House, 44 Third st.. near Market;
_00 rooms; 25c to 51 60 per night; $1 50 to $3 per
week ; free bus to and from the ferry.
>t.«>7- WOOD AND GOAL YARD; BIG
- «350 I O. trade: value In sight $300; no humbug;
trial given ; must be sold soon. Apply this office.
TTPHOLSTEBER; WITH -SMALL AMOUNT
Uofmonev: the best proposition ever offered;
business wiil stand Investigation. Address A. 8.,
Call Branch Office. 339 Hayes st.
TO __XCHANGI_.
rjnO_Xci_AsG--OII.T-M_ LOTS 1 BLOCK
X from .Frnitvale station for stock of merchandise.
Address »■ E., box 144. Call Office. ,-■-■■
«DILI>I> r (i AND LOAN ASSOCIATION.
/TON I I N ENT AirjSI'TLL^NG^Nb^LoXN as;
\J sociation— Home office, 222 Sansome St., S. i.
."General savings & loan business. Ed E. Hill, Pres.; ;
J^liver Eldridge.. V.Pr.; Corbln, Sec.&Uen.Man.
TO LEASE.
SPACE TO LET IN BRICK BUILDING; ANY
• size; with or without power: suitable for laun-
dry, manufacturing, etc. Apply GEORGE U.
HIND, 411 Montgomery st.
_^ODGTXG-HOITB_-S FOR SALE, t
9A ROOMS, WORTH $2000; 0NLY....... 51,100
—V 32 rooms, $800 cash; balance payments 1,600
b rooms on Sutter St.. . 250
65 rooms, clearing #400; payments.. 5.00')
Is rooms; best corner in city 1.600
14 rooms, on Geary st ' 850
60 houses, sto 150 rooms; prltes $100 t0. . . 10.000
60-room hotel, with bar: 40 boarders 3,500
20 rooms, sunny corner: must sell 700
32 rooms to exchange for real estate 1,6)0
10-room house: very central.... 250
11. C. DKCKKK, 1206 Market st., cor. Taylor.
C?f«AA FINK LODGING-HOUSE: MARKET
»U)wUU. s;.; best part: 24 rooms; paying well.
JOHNSTON ,v CO., _6_ _ Kearny st.
Q1 9X FURNISHED HOUSE: 9 ROOMS;
\pi.^O. bath; low rent. 630 Webster, nr. Grove.
ODGING-HOUSE; 21 BOOMS; CLEARS $40;
■i all steady roomers. 946 Howard st.
"V 1 1 ! ■: 1 . 1 FURNISHED HOUSE OK 10 ROOMS;
-A reasonable; all full. 742 Howard st.
"H it I HOUSE OF 10 BOOMS AT A SACRI-
— V'V/. li.re: owiieroulii;<"d to leave city; rooms
over paying rent .1523 PolK s!. .
GO' Hi PAYING HOUSE OF 9 BOOMS; RENT
$30; no agents. 869 Mission. .
poRNEH HOUSE, 30 ROOMS. NICELY FUR-
\J nished. 704 Howard St., corner Third.
C_7^fl FOR SALE: LODGING-HOUSE,
0 It.)", with saloon: 18 rooms, Including bar-
room: nil rented. 243 Minna st.
IfUUXITUKK FOX SALK 1
TIONSON LARGE STOCK, NEW AND
11 second-hand: 400 carpet good as new. oil-
cloth, 25c; parlor suits, ?19 up; linoleum, 45c; 7-
piece chamber suits, $i 4 50: cornice poles, 2ao:
ranges, $6: cash or installments : goods shipped
free. T. E. NELSON. 126 Fourth at.
LACK WALNUT SET, MARBLE TOP, FOX
sale cheap. 106 Eleventh st.; bakery.
OR BARGAINS IN FURNITURE AND AR-
ticles of every description. D. McUAE, 829
Mission st.
A ROOMS, OAK FURNITURE COMPLETE. SBO
t: Elegant Brussels carpet laid Mo
Heavy Linoleum laid 40c
Floor" Oilcloth _._2oc
New B^dlounses. our own make. $5 oO
-HIHKK A: SiIIKMK. 1310-12 Stockton. nr.Valjo.
(JAKPET C LKAM>«.
JMcQUJ BK'SCABPET BEATING ANDRKN-
d . ovating works. 453 Stevenson; tel. south 228.
CARPETS THOROUGHLY CLEANED AND
\J renovated sam« as new. S. FERGUSON &
CO., 23 Tenth st. Telephone number, south 36.
ITY STEAM CABPETCLE ANING.BENOVA-
ting, 38 Bth. STEVENS, ragr. Tel. South 250.
Ti.'i. J. E. MITCHELL CABPET-CLEANINO
Xco. (incorp.); old-established carpet-cleaning
machines: cleaning 3c yard. 230 Fourteenth St.
telephone Mission 7 L.
V kTIONAL CARPET TING AND RENO-
i\ vatiug Works HAMPTON _BAILLY: layin?
and altering. 313-315 Guerrero: Tel. Mission 24*.
"WHEN YOU BECOME DISGUSTED WITH
W poor work Bend to SPAULDING'S Ploneert'ar-
ret Beating Works. 353-7 Tehama: tel. So-40. __
pONKLIN'S CARPET BEATING WORKS. iSSi
\J (Golden Gate nvt». : telephone eas: 126.
PIANOS. VIOLINS. __TC.
OPECIAL OFFEB FOB" THE HO___DAYB^A
O new piano: largo size; warranted; price 8185.
BYRON MAUZY, 308 to 314 Post st. Also sole
agent for the following high-grade pianos: Sob-
mer, Newby _: Evans, Briggs, "Opera," Singer;
complete stock mandolins, guitars, banjos, violins,
etc.; open evenings.
<B_QA WILL SELL GOOD PIANO ON ?5 IN-
f^iO\J. gtailmeuts. 221 Leavenworth at.
QTEIXWAY, WEBER, EMEBBON, ESTJBY
0 and numerous other standard makes of
pianos and organs are sold upon easy terms and
reasonably by SHE KM AN, CLAY A CO., pia_o
house, cor. Kearny and Sutter sts.
! VTEW YORK MAKE UPKIOHT GRAND $165;
-lS Weber $275. BRUENN'S, 288 Post st.
EEMOVED— F. W. SPENCER AiCft TO 338
J» 1 Post •-.. near Powell, sole agents Conover,
Colby and Spencer pianos. 3SB Post st.
1 \KCKER BROS., STEIN WAV I Till AND
i ' other first-class makes of pianos; little used:
cheap for cash or on easy terms. KOHLER _:
CHASE, 28 and 30 O'Farrell st.
EASY TERMS; LOW PRICES. KOHLER &
■ BASE. .- ..
N ELEGANT DISPLAY OF MANDOLINS,
guitars and banjos at MAUVAIs', 769 Market.
1-1 s PIANO FOX SALE OR RENT CHEAPT
J SCHMITZ.I6 McAllister st. Hlhernlaßank
IJVKON MAUZY, 308 POST ST.— SOHMER,
Jj Newby & Evans, Brigga and other pianos.
UPRIGHT PIANOS FROM »100 UP. HOB-
- NUNG's, leading piano-house, 216 Post st.
SCPERII IBV 1.1 ZITHERS. OLD A NEW
lO H. Ml LLKI:. maker, repairer, _ Latham place.
OTEI !C AY, $215; W ' 1 1 KB, $285 ; BOMEB,
1? 0287; Wily, $125; squares, $35 and $56.
HEINE, 410 Post st. .
MAGNIFICENT STEIN WAY UPRIGHT; IN
ltx perfect order; sacrificed. 1019 Van Ness aye.
/WHICKERING, KNABE, STKC K.VOSK. STE H-
\J lins; pianos : special inducements for ibe holi-
days: see on r new piano for •'<l> < 7: pianos lor rent:
open evenings. BENJ. CUBTAZ <_• SON, 16
O'Farrell. -
.- •_ EXCELLENT LARGE UPRIGHT
•j* I O. piano; perfect; sacrifice. 1359 Folsora st.
A LL CASH WILL SEC _ A SNAP IF YOU
A come immediately; fine upright piano; very
little used: price $150. Koom 21, Flood building.
A N EXCEEDINGLY NICE UPRIGHT PIANO
-"»- for practice offered this week at 80. Room 12,
Flood building.
PIANOS-
X Hazelton. Hrmme and Long, Brown and
Simpson: easy terras. 735 .'.lark"; st. '
T.MNE $400 PIANO— SI9O CASH OK INSTALL-
X; ments; must sell. s'_ Eighth st., Oakland.
A XXI VED-A LOT OF CELEBRATED HIGH-
- V grade r. L. Neumann piauos for the holidays:
prices and terms moderate. H. LUEDERS, 82
Ninth st.
si 1 AA SAVED ON PURCHASE OF YOUR
OIW piano:prices reduced. BRUENN,22BPost
HAINES BttOS.' PIANO — A SUPERB IN-
strument, surpassing any piano that we have
hitherto bandied: we invite a critical inspection.
A. L. BAN CROFT & CO., 324 Post st.
A"" T METROPOLITAN . B.MPLE— CALL AND
see the wonderful Muehlfeld Pianos: they are
the talk of the town: immense assortment just re-
ceived. J. T. BOWERS & SON, Sole Agents.
OPEN FOX BUSINESS. :
The finest line of new pianos for rent and sals
in _j»_ Francisco. J. HARRY SCOTT,
929 Market st.. Spreckels building.
_fj_BSK&>
D~^r7T"H7wTi£mrAX~vE^^
geon »or S. F. Police Department. Office and
hospital, 121 City Hall aye.: telephone south 401.
1 C A SETS NEW AND SECOND-HAND HAS-
XtJXJ ness: also wagons, buggies aud horses:
contracting outlit; sand wsgonsand scrapers. 1128
Mission st. -
HORSES PASTURED: $_ A MONTH: GOOD
care and feed; send for circular. The Hyde
ranch, 630 Commercial st. ..
A A HORSES FOR SALE; ALSO WAGON-}
j:Vr buggies, carts, harness; Grand Arcade Horsa
Market, 327 Sixth st. auction sales every Wednes-
day. BCLLTVAN A DOYLE, Auctioneers.
1 AA SETS SECOND-HAND HAKNES3; ALL
I"" kinds; second-hand wagons, buggy, carts;
also '/0 ch^-ao horses. Fifteenth and Valencia «*.
WA-O.NS A.\i> CAltiilAlil-S.
T\T AGOXS, CARTS, HARNESS, ETC., CHEAP
" at KUAN'S. 2117 Mission; wagon wanted.
FOR SALE-JIISCELLANiiOtJS.
Mastifl^pup^by~rT>uki7ick~dhu. out
of Baby Ruth, winner of second prize in last
dog show. Apply 815 Pacific st. .
MAS PRESENTS — .NEW AND SECOND-
XM.\s PRESENTS — SEW AND SKCOND-
hand safety bicycles cheap.- 326 McAllister.
ri'l:,(.'lA_ SALE— . ~ ,
O All Rattan Rockers, ladies' size,' $3 and up.
All Rattan Rockers, gents' size, *4 and up.
Baby carriages, full s!zo, best gear, $5 and up.
Just the thing for Xmas.
GALIFORNIA RATTAN CO.,
55 to 61 First street. •
AY, GRAIN, WOOD AND COAL YARD
and livery-stable, including stock and. build-
ings; long leas ; low rent: business street: half
price if sold at once. J. S. MYERS, 100'_ Broad-
way, Oakland. _^ ..
I>ARGAINS FOR XMAS.
■iJ A few odd rockers, chairs and baby-carriages
at manufacturers' cost. California Rattan Co., 55
to 61 First su
ware-store, new AND second-
hand; bargain if sold soon, or lots to suit, oee
it, 546 Mission st. ' "
CALES, MIRRORS, FRENCH HASHES,
bars, etc., bought, sold. MEEK, 1118 Mission.
9 FRESH COWS WITH YOUNG CALVES;
__ good milkers, 1312 Folsom,
OTS OF BRICKS AND GRANITE AT SUGAR
JU refinery, Eighth and Harrison sis. J. MOORE.
VI MEBCH ANTB' CASH REGISTERS $25.
1> PIERCE & CO., Chronicle building.
ELLOWS. ANVIL, VISE, TONGS, SMALL,
steam boiler and engine. 631 Howard st.
LL MAKES OF TYPEWRITERS BOUGHT
and sold. S. F. Typewriter Ex., 310 California,
NE SMALL MEDIUM AND .LARGE SIZE
fire and burglar proof.safe. 221, 223 Market st.
VATIO.NAL CASH REGISTER, SAFE,
JA scale, letter-press, desk; cheap. 102 Clay st. ■
TVT E W RAN CHEAPER THAN SECOND-
IN hand. W. a RAY Mfg Co., 12 California st. .
CTU~N^T EX S, SHELVING, SHOWCASES
VJ bought and sold 1121% Market bet. au<lBili
„ ■ hTOKAGE , . .• ■*
VERLAND FREIGHTT TRANSFER c 6"
.FifUi.and Blnxome sts., furniture and goods
packed, shipped and stored: 9 large fireproof ware-
houses; low rates; advances made. Tel. south 388.
S TORAGE OF FURNITURE, PIANOS, HOUSE-
_oId goods, etc. J. M. PIERCE, 735 Market st.
ILBON BROTHERS. 1710 • MARKET-
Storage; low rates: telephone South 762.
"THIRST-CLASS STORAGE : ADVANCES MADS .
J_ _a-423 Market st. , CHAS. l. TAYLOB. 1
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1895.
HOUSES TO r,KT. . _^,
~^^7\^lOlJSK^9lx6oSlS?ii\Tn. 433 O'FAR-
«JS O\J . re.l at. ' _______
i <•;>> FILBEItT— FINE HOUSE; 7 ROOMS
J,O__ and bath; basement and yard; rent free.
1 OQQ FOLSOM ST.— HOUSE 8 KOOMS AND
l__iOt) bath: modern improvements: rent low.
OUSE OF 6 ROOMS AND BATH AND
yard; 147 Valencia si.: rent $16. Apply 28a8
Mission. ■■■■ '-■'■
UNNY HOUSE 8 ROOMS, MODERN I M-
-0 provements, 730 Capo: also house 5 rooms.
bath and stable, 107. Oerinania St.. near Filimore.
1 A QQ ■TWENTIETH'-. 4 BOOTS'S; LARGE
IUOO grounds: rent $14. Key at grocery.
OUSE 7 ROOMS, BATH AND STABLK. ii
Farren aye., bet. Pierce aud Scott sts.
C_9Pl BEAUTIFUL MODERN 9-KOOM TWO-
tjp-_.«J. story corner house: garden; yard: 1521
Dolores St., cor. Valley. HAAS, cor. Thirtieth
and Sanchez. -
Q_l ft COTTAGE OF 4 ROOMS AND BATH.
t^JLO. Corner of Union and Laguna st.
AVKD~— DOLL A DIMES AND NICKELS
by renting a house from BALDWIN & HAM
MONI) 111 Montgomery st.
FPKMSHED HOUSES. _
A COMFORTABLE ROOMS; BATH; 2 BEDS:
i" all necessaries. 1917 Geary st.
COTTAUKB TO I.XT.
UNNY COTTAGES OF 4 AND 5 ROOMS,
0 bath, basement ana yard. 634 Fifteenth St.,
near Dolores.
7 rrv COTTAGE OF 3 ROOMS: GOODOR-
»J> I .O\J. der: water free. Apply premises, 945
Bryant St., nr. Eighth, or room 79, H2S Montgomery.
JJ\LATS TO JLET.^^
"I CALIFORNIA — LOVELY FLAT: 7
_f'l I rooms: latest improvements; nice garden
and yard; rent low good tenant.
EAUTIFUL NEW FLAT OF 8 SUNNY
13 rooms, bath and all modern improvements:
nothing like it east of Van Ness aye.: secure it at
once. 1239 Pine st. ,\
NORTH SIDE, BET. LACUNA AND
J-i Buchanan— Fine tirst-rloor flat, 5 rooais: bath:
rent moderate to a good tenant. *. Apply to C. 8.
CAPP it CO., 413 Montgomery at., House Brokers
and Real Estate Agents.
0 l 7 FINE LOWER FLAT, 6 ROOMS AND
»_ 1 l . bath. Apply 33 Thirteentn, nr. Howard.
.. I ei~ 7 ROOMS, BATH, RANGE: $10, 6
(JJ)±4_;. sunny rooms, bath, range. Jersey and
Sanchez sts. : .. .
"5_T7 rr\ ALMOST new MODERN FLAT,
tJJ)x t.i)\J. 6 sunny rooms; electric- lighters,
1227 Ist. .
vj-EW FIVE-BOOM FLAT TO LET. FURNI-
_> ture for sale. 914 Capp st.
UNNY UPPER BAY-WINDOW FLAT, 5
O rooms and bath; reasonable. 1120 Treat aye.
"I A NEW FINE ROOMS WITH 2 BATHS: ON
X"i second and third floors: can be used together
or as two flats: on Hayes St., bet. Octavia and La-
Kiina: also 2 neat flats. 5 rooms and bdth each, on
Linden aye., bet. Hayes an.l Fell, ociavia and La-
puna sts.; rent low to good tenants. Apply to C. S.
CA Pl .t CO.. 413 Montgomery st., House Brokers
and Real Estate Agents.
v l NX CORNER FLAT OF 6 ROOMS, BATH.
J cor. McAllister and Broderick sis.: $22 50.
CO X NICE CLEAN. "FLAT; 4 ROOMS. 41
tjpl Hermann, junction Market and Valencia.
ATEW SUNNY MODE FLAT; 849 DEVISA-
—.I dero st., cor. McAllister; just completed: 7
rooms, etc. Apply O'FAKRELL <& CO., 11 Mont-
gomery st.
<£! <) Fxfi 101 / a LOUISA ST. rl NR. THIRD—
tTpX__.c>U. Lower flat; 4 rooms: will give half
month's rent free to good tenant. AIN WALD,
BUCKBEK & CO., 220 Montgomery St.
ANDSOME FL AT ; 7 SUNNY BOOMS
bath: large basement and yard; rent only $20;
721 Fourteenth St.. near Market. BALDWIN <_■
HAMMOND, 10 Montgomery st.
I •» AY-WINDOW SUNNY FLAT— FURNISHED
I) or not; 5 rooms and bath; laundry. 106
Eleventh st, bakery.
9A7-209 WEBSTER— DESIRABLE SUNNY
—•v I flats: 6 and 7 rooms: rent reasonable.
rpo LET— 50: FLAT 5 ROOMS, PATENT
1 water-closet and bath: 37 Langton St., bet. how-
i.rd and Folsom, west of Seventh. Inquire oppo-
site, or room 14, Hotel Pleasanton, Sutter st.
flh-J c SUNNY FLAT; 5 ROOMS, GAS AND
L'J. bath. 128 Twenty-sixth St., near Oapp. .
XTRA CONVENIENT SUNN V FLAT, 7
rooms, bath. 1314 Fell, near Baker. .
T OVELY FLAT: 5 ROOMS AND BATH. 814
-Li Nineteenth St., bet. Noe and Sanchez; very low
rent to good tenant; key downstairs.
OAVED— DOLLARS, DIMES AND NICKELS
0 by renting a flat from BALDWIN <fc HAM-
MOND, 10 Montgomery st.
9 FLATS; 13 SUNNY ROOMS: MODERN IM--
—.jirovements; cheap. 1153 Howard.
Q>O(\ 522 50 AN I. 926, 4 FINE FLATS OF 6
»j!__\J. rooms and bath each, on Gough St., near
McAllister: $20, 6 rooms bath and basement,9l2
Bryant st., near Seventh. Apply to T. P. RIOR-
Da.V, t>3'-' Market .st.
FUKNISIIKO FLATS.
QUNN V UPP E lil'L AtI^^"AI^oTLOW r E R~FLAT~,
0 unfurnished: owner going East. 25 14 ', ■., Sutter.
HOUSEKEEPING KOOMS.
Bryant Street.
11 HI BRYANT — CORNER FURNISHED
xxUL Hat, 6 rooms complete for housekeeping;
rent $27.
Kdily Street.
(*-f Q EDDY— LARGE CNF UK NISHED FRONT
UJL O bay-window room.
Ellis Street.
ATICELY-FURNISHED FRONT PARLOR,
li with light housekeeping. 504 Ellis.
1 ifth Street.
991 FIFTH— SUNNY SINGLE, DOUBLE AND
— — . 1 complete housekeeping rooms, cheap.
090 FIFTH— 2 KOOMS FURNISHED FOR?
•J— •_-• housekeeping; cheap rent.
1 olsom Street.
07 A FOLSOM— SUNNY FURNISHED ROOMS
0 I \J forhousekpg; also single; rent reasonable.
Franklin Street.
[I 7 FRANKLIN — 2 SUNNY FURNISHED
"rtl I rooms and bath; for housekeeping.
lieary Street.
9"! 71 GEARY— TWO HOUSE KEEPING
— L 4 ■„; rooms; rent reasonable.
-imi GEARY ST., OP P. THE PARK; $16:
It'll alcove suite and adjoining room, with
porcelain sink, bath, 3 closets; partly furnished.
olden Gate Avenue.
1 9A 4 goldjen gate neatly FUR-
LJ*\Jrk nished sunny basement, complete for
housekeeping. •
Howard Street. .
"I QX/1 HOWARD— 2 SUNNY FURNISHED
lOiJi front housekeeping rooms: range; bath;
rent $12 50. •
Hyde Street.
110 HYDE— THREE ROOMS FURNISHED
ill; complete for housekeeping; $20 a month.
Lafayette Street.
Q1 1 LAFAYETTE, BET. ELEVENTH AND
Ox 2 Twelfth— 2 large unfurnished rooms, $7.
Lewis Street.
TO LEWIS. OFF TAYLOR, NR. POST-LARGE
10 unfurnished room and kitchen; cellar; $9.
O'Karrell Street.
Q9Q O'FARRELL — 3 OR 6 FURNISHED
O-1O rooms for housekeeping; good location. Call
between \) and 1.
Pine Street.
1 ( J(\n PINK — SUNNY WELL-FURNISHED
IOUU basement for housekeeping. .
Polk Street.
1 fIH9 POLK i COR. GEARY— TWO SUNNY
XUI/_J suites: complete for housekeeping; sep-
arate kitchens: gas stoves: all conveniences; mod-
ern apartment-house; rent $17 60 and $25.
Prospect Place.
91 9 PROSPECT PL., BET. PINE AND CALI-
— 1 _. fornia, • below '. Powell— Unfurnished | front
room: light housekeeping; $6; single furnished
room, $5. .
Sixth Street.
m SIXTH- CHANGED HANDS; • ROOMS
furnished for housekeeping; suites and
single rooms. .
■__9Q SIXTH— NICELY FURNISHED FRONT
riZdU sunny rooms for light housekeeping.
Tehama Street.-
TEHAMA, NEAR FOURTH— 2 FUR-
OUO nished rooms for housekeeping: cheap. .
71 7 TEHAMA, BET. EIGHTH AND NINTH—
• -1. I Two ' furnished rooms, complete for house-
keeping. - , . .
Turk Street.
8 TURK— 2 BUNNY ROOMS FOR HOUSE-
keeping, or without.
Van Ness ATenne.
91 VAN NESS —NEWLY FURNISHED
_*X sunny suites for housekeeping; very reason-
able and comfortable: with baths. . . .
. Washington street. ..
C A 9 WASHINGTON— SUNNY UNFURNISH-
■ tJU-_ rd housekeeping rooms. ■ - -..
KOOB1S" TO LET. ,
.. lieaver Street. •;
9Q BEAVER, BET. NOE AND CASTRO, FIF-
_Jt7 teenth and Sixteenth— Bay-window suite of
rooms furnished, or 1 large double room suitable
forman and wife or 2 gentlemen: grate: sun all day.
Birch Avenue.
<JJ_ 1 A 4 ROOMS: 5271/2 BIRCH AYE. APPLY
£) lU. YON RHEIN & CO., California st.
'ROOMS ;TO;XlST— Continued. . .
"" ,-■■-. Bush Street.
1 HI 9 BUSH-NICELY FURNiSHED FRONT
JLUl__ alcove room .or 1 or 2 gentlemen. . ...
Devisadero Street.
"I TAX DEVISADERO-LARGE SUNNY FUR-
-1 i \JD nished rooms. $5 and $6 per month.
Eddy Street. . ' ;;X ! l-'v{?J
1 9 EDDY— LARGE AND SMALL BAY-WIN-
I — dow rooms; sun all day; cheap. _^
Eighth street.
"I Oft EIGHTH-3 LARGE SUNNY ROOMS TO
JLOO let, unfurnished. ■ •
.Ellis Street.
AA A ELLIS-DESIRABLE SUNNY BOOMS;
~L\JiJ also parlors; central location. _^
Fell Street.
ftOO FELL— TO LET; ALCOVE FRONT ROOM;
U__O furniahed or unfurnished. ■
1 "<•!>. in. Street.
Q7_ FOLSOM— OR SINGLE ROOM
0 I "i cheap; housekeeping.
Geary Street.
no J GEARY— NICELY FURNISHED COSY
DO"t suite; also single room for gentleman.
Golden Gate Avenue.
QIQ GOLDEN GATE AYE.-NEATLY FUR-
O. LV nished sunny room; terms reasonable.
Tq Ygolden gate— newly furnished
_:O_: rooms; hot and cold water; gas; bath. ■
r.lfi GOLDEN GATE AYE.— NICELY FU~~v"
OL\J nished room for lor 2 gentlemen.
Guerrero Street.
2 BAY-WINDOW ROOMS; UNFURNISHED;
cheap. At 1305 Guerrero st. '
Harrison Street.
7791 HARRISON, NR. FOURTH— FINELY
i I --a furnished sunny rooms; bath; closet;
yard; $1 week.
Howard Street.
"I Q 4 1 nOWARD-2 SUNNY ROOMS; LIGHT
10 -±L housekeeping if desired.
Hyde Street.
111 HI HYDE — SUNNY FRONT FUR-
lllUa nished room for one or two gentlemen.
Jones Street.
OA7 JONES — THE VAN WINKLE; NEW
_-UI management: elegant sunny suites and
single; newly furnished; bath, etc.; $10 to »30.
Kearny Street.
A RLINGTON HOUSE, 127 KEARNY— PLEAS-
A ant sunny rooms, en suite and Bingie; first das.
In every respect : terms reasonable.
9QA KEARNY— NICELY FURNISHED
—«OU rooms: terms reasonable. ■
Larkin Street.
,'IOLAKKIN — 2 OR 4 UNFURNISHED
iJ 1 — sunny rooms; private American family;
bath. ";
LeavenwortU Street.
4 f\ 7 L E A V W ORT H — COMFORTABLY
ttU 1 furnished sunny room; hot and cold water;
$12. ■ ;
Market Street.
1 AT O MARKET, ABOVE SIXTH, IN REAR—
J \jLX) liight.airy.furnishedaunny rooms; cheap.
■\7-OSEMITE HOUSE, 1045 MARKET. BET.
1 Sixth and Seventh— Single and suites; per
night. 35c to .51 : week, $1 50 to f5; families
1 MARKET— LARGE FRONT ROOM,
I I i furnished, $10 month; rear room $5; use
of kitchen.
Mason Street.
n MASON ST., NEAR MARKET— SUNNY
room, nicely furnished: $1 a week.
. 1 --ion reel.
1 fl .-".'"'. MISSION— NICE SUNNY ROOM WITH
JLU«J<J grate, $8; others; cheap. '
EUROPE HOUSE. 1169 MISSION— NICELY
furnish«Hi rooms, single or en suite: transients.
-1 999 MISSION — SUNNY FRONT AND
!______ back parlors; furnished; single or en
suite; rent cheap. ' .
Natonia Street.
/in' NATOMA— TWO FURNISHED ROOMS
DUO for housekeeping; also single.
Oak Street.
1 /■> OAK — NICELY FURNISHED SUNNY
-LO front room.
91 OAK— NICELY FURNISHED SUNNY
— •■$ front room; folding bed; grate.
O'Farrell Street.
9991 O'FARRELL— FURNISHED
_ii-j-_3 room for 1 or 2 gentlemen.
79= BBS] L — NICELY FURNISHED
' I — «• 1 front parlor: grate, sjas, bath; rent Sl2. .
QQR O'FAKRELL— FRONT BAY-WINDOW
•/— U room; running water; suitable for 2; rent
?12. ■ -. ■
Pine Street.
1 QAA PINE, COR. HYDE— NTCELY fur-
iOUU nished sunny front room; $8. *
l'o_i Street.
7AQ POST-NICELY FURNISHED FRONT
I I/O alcove room; also sunny back parlor.
Ql Ob POST— NICELY FURNISHED FRONT
*J LO suite: also sunny single rooms in modern
flat; terms reasonable.
Seventh Street.
"I 07 SEVENTH— FURNISHED ROOMS
XO from ?1 week up; also housekeeping and
transient.
Sixth Street.
3D SIXTH — THE HILLS DALE, SUNNY
0 _| rooms; single and en suite; $1 to $1 50 a day.
191 SIXTH — CHEAPEST IN THE CITY;
X-ji. sunny front rooms with grates.
Stevenson Street.
KQK STEVENSON — 2 LARGE UNFUR-
iJO-/ nished rooms.
i>')~ STEVENSON— NICE FURNISHED
U— 4 front room cheap.
Stockton Street.
"I Q1 4 STOCKTON— SUNNY FRONT SUITE;
xOxtr doctor's ofllce; elegantly furnishd; cheap.
Sutter street.
71 1 SUTTER— LARGE FRONT alcove;
(11 rent reasonable.
Tenth Street.
m TENTH, NEAR MARKET — 3 LAKGE
sunny rooms, with or without housekeeping.
Third Street.
■\iriNCHESTER HOUSE— 44 THIRD. NEAR
" Market ; most convenient and respectable; 200
rooms 25c to $1 60 per night; »1 60 to $6 per week;
electric lights in every room; reading r'm; free bus.
— — ________ .
Miscellaneous.
AMERICAN EXCHANGE HOTEL REOPEN-
.rv ed on the European plan; • light airy rooms
from 25c to $1 per day, $4 per month and up. .
BO_ni>i>O AIS'I> UOOJIh.
R^OfTCE LY^FraN_BH_if D
lOlt/8 sunny room; board optional. ■.-■ •:■
VfEATLY FURNISHED ROOMS WITH PRI-
— -1 vate Spanish family: board. 1120 Jackson st.
VfEW GOLDEN GATE HOTEL, 134 AND 136
X y Fourth st.; new furniture and carpets through-
out; table first class; terms reasonable; American
plan; free bus to and from depot.
£A 7 NICELY . FURNISHED ROOM
\JvJ I with board: reasonable. ■ .
OTEL BKRTLING, 714 BUSH— A FAMILY
hotel: references given and required; all mod-
ern conveniences.
IAAQ VAN NESS — NICELY FURNISHED
XVUO suite: also single rooms; first-class board.
Q99 VAN NESS AYE NEWLY FURNISHED
• /_-__ sunny rooms; . parlor floor; comfortable
house; excellent table; references.
A £ LEA YEN WORTH-LARGE, SUNNY
tt_j _t elegant rooms, single and suite; new bed-
ding; excellent table; desirable house for gentle-
men. . ..... •:
HE ABBOTSFORD, BROADWAY AND
Pollr St.— Quiet and homelike: charges moder-
ate- board optional: ail cars direct. .
CHJL_iUi_-N BOAKDKD.
I"^alE^w7^?es^a^y~albott^i^yl_^^
XJ to board and care for; good borne and clothes;
healthy location; reasonable. Address X., box 4,
Call Office. . :'
EKM AN , widow . wishes CHILD ; TO
\X board. 1411 Twenty-fifth St., near Sanchez.
STORKS TO LET.
fiORNER OF SEVENTH AND JESSIE, STORE
~U and light dry basement; has been occupied as
tea, coffee and spice for five years past. .
STORE; 1524 HOWARD ST.. COR. OF LA-
f ayette ; fixtures for saloon ; cheap rent. Apply
2838 Mission st. . . , ;
p ART OF SHOP AND 2 BOOMS; $5. 411
X , Powell St. : . . ' ,' : :. ;
TORE; AND BASEMENT AND 4 ROOMS AND
bath, cor Hayes and Webster. 734 Hayes st.
"LIOR RENT— LARGE FRONT OFFICE AND
J" part of store. 221 and 223 Market st. , ;
- •." «>i- r Iv . __■* •i» LiiT. ■ r.'^ ■.• . -;.
REE^^EIfT^r^MON^fHr^GIV^NTuOOD
tenants; cottages, flats, $5 up. SPECK _ CO.,
602 Market st. ..,._.u.-.- '. - ■■ ,~ . .
91 7 GEARY.- ST.— parlor floor, SUIT-
_iX I able for doctor's office. Key 217V_.
ELEGANT OFFICES IN NEW SPRECKELS
building, 925 Market: rents - low; -no extra
charge for gas, janitor services -or heating. Apply
, at building or G. H. UMBSEN & CO., 14 Montg. St.
'-"-•-' '-' \ . I*. CITT REAL ESTATE. -::-„-__•
"VTEW MODERN 4-ROOM COTTAGE: HIGH
—i basement, which can be made tenable for 2 ad-
ditional rooms; this cottage at a bargain : close to
2 car lines: Carolina at., nr. 24th; easy terms; same
as rent. Inquire of RIVERS BROS., Hayes and
Octavla sts.
T\O YOU KNOW A GOOD THIN G ?
Great .
Big lots.
Clement St., •■
Point Lobos find 25th ayes.
$375 and ward; $50 cash,
- $10 monthly cheapest lots in th 9 city.
They are selling fast: don't wait.
Sutro electric cars on Clement st.
BALDWIN & HAMMOND, 10 Montgomery st.
BARGAINS!
$1700— California St., near 6th aye.: cable; 50
xlOO: worth $2100: sewered: line buy.
$5500— Reduced: 2-story residence and 2 cozy
new flats: rents $540 yearly; wide lot; nice garden;
marine view; part cash.
$700 buys 5 lots near Point Lobos aye. and Sutro
cars.
$3000— Triple lot and small house near Leaven-
worth st.; small flats will pay big; investigate.
$2000— Bedrock; sunny corner: California and
3d aye.: 32:6x94; sewered; fine buy.
Stockton lots on easy terms.
H. E. POEHLMAN, 415 Montgomery st.
QJQwA NEW 4-ROOM AND BATH COT-
tjpe/c)U. tage.with basement, including level
lot 25x100, fronting San Mateo electric road on
Chenery St., and joining new c»stro-st. Addition,
Fairmount; schoolhouse only 2 blocks away; $50
down, balance $10 monthly.
JACOB HEYMAN, room 5, Crocker building,
Fost and Market sts. , -..-/*-. ■....
C«OOX MUST SELL— LOT 2 BLOCKS S. OF
tip »£«£«_). park; title insured; level; worthdouble.
Call at once, 9 Powell St., room 3. '.
HOUSE AND LOT; REDUCED FROM $S5OO
to $7250; 1318 Leavenworth St., bet. Clay
1 and Washington; house of 9 rooms; bath; elec-
tric lighting; hot-air furnace; marine view: terms
will be made. Apply MADISON & BURKE.
pOTTAGES, JUST COMPLETED; $3600; EASY
\J terms; 5 rooms; bath; - elegant mantels: gas
fixtures, shades; tiled sink: high basement: all
modern: 3 car lines; open daily. E. P. E. TROY,
owner, 301 California st. \
CJ> "I WEEKLY : GOOD BERKELEY LOTS.
<Jp-L The dollar was earned from day to day; : ;;
The dollar was round, it rolled away.
Save your dollar. Own your lot.
$150— Lot 25x102; $1 weekly.
$175— Lot 31x135; $1 weekly.
$250— Lot 25x120; $1 weekly; sewered.
$313— Lot 25x100: $1.25 weekly; macadamized.
CHAS.-A. BAILEY. 46 Market St., S.F., or
Berkeley station, Berkeley. ■ ■ '
TA VIEW LOTS; NEAR NEW RACE-
J track; low prices; easy terms. THE McCAR-
THY CO., 646 Market st. '- "
VALE TERMINAL TRACT ; D. PRATT,
J 1 Yrultvale Sta. HIE MCCARTHY CO., 646
Market st., S. F. Lots $100 up; easy terms.
OUSES BUILT? 150 TO $275 A ROOM; CALL
and examine plan*. 1149 Mission st.
COIjNTKT KKAL. ESTATE.
RANCHES FOR SALE AND RENT. SEND
XV for catalogue or see . E. E. BUNCE, 1008
Broadway, Oakland.
/jA-ACRE HILL CHICKEN RANCH; 25
tfcU acres cultivable; plenty of wood and water; a
sightly, pretty place: lovely shade trees; $400:
half cash. D. H. TWING, Sonoma City, Cal. Par-
ticulars at 632 Market St., room 5.
P,r«A ACRES— 9S PER ACRE- PLENTY OF
O\jyj water; good hog ranch. P. E. LA_AH,
813 Montgomery st,
RANGE BLOSSOM COLONY,
OAKDALE, STANISLAUS CO., CAL.
' Beautiful young orange groves In tracts of 5 acres
and upward, lying along the Stanislaus River, two
and a half miles from Oakdale, the principal station
of the Southern Pacific Railroad on the line between
HtocKton and Merced. The ' Stanislaus and San
Joaquiu Irrigation Company's canal runs directly
through the colony and the property has a per-
petual water right.
We are prepared to sell portions of the property
either unimproved or already planted to Washing-
ton Navels. Mediterranean Sweets and Maltese
Bloods. The property is under the immediate
direction and care of an experienced horticulturist,
who has received diplomas and medals at eight
different county fairs in the State and for a small
consideration cares for the orange groves for non-
residents.
A high and dry country, with a perfect natural
drainage system. All kinds of small game near by
affords excellent sport for hunters.
Prices for land, including a perpetual water right
ana planted to orange trees, $175 per acre. Unim-
proved land witn. fully paid up water rights, $70
per acre. Terms: The purchase price payable in
six annual payments, without Interest; title per-
fect and liberal discount for cash.
For further particulars, maps and catalogues, ad-
dress
EABTON, ELDRIDGE * CO.,
. 638 Market Street.
Han Francisco, Cal.
Or F. T. KNEWING, our representative.
Oakdale, Cal.
"1 A ACRES, S100: MORE SAME PRICE; PAY-
-1" able $2 a week, without Interest; level valley
land: railroad runs through the tract: the best
bargain in California; secure a home; you will not
miss the 82 ■ a week; will be worth $5 to $1.
WESTERN LAND COMPANY, 640 Market st.
SUGAR-PINE TIMBER FOR SALE. J. J.
BIG LOW, second floor, room 3, Mills building.
4TO 8 ACRE TFhT C KEN r RANCHES ON 10
years' credit. D. H. TWING. Sonoma Clty.Cai.
SEND FOR OUR LIST OP ORCHARD HOMES
l* for sale. OUST Eli «fc WH ITT' IN". San J039.
FKOI'GBTY WANTED. ;
"^XnTED^TO EXCirANffET^DI'SIRABLE
» »i income property in Alameda for Potrero prop-
erty. C. BAY LEY, box 102, Call Office, Oakland.
EVIDENCE 10 ROOMS, OR DOUBLE FLAT,
bet. Pierce, Devlsadero, Pine and Clay sts; lot
about 30 feet; price $10,000. Address P. O.
box 2058.
„ _______ . ___
i>e zmsxs.
I£~MicYIoRTT!ATTr7)FT4B"^
moved to 1012 Mission, near Sixth: gas given.
R. L. T. CRANZ— EXTRACTION PAINLESS,
crown work, bridge work and teeth without
plates a specialty. 103 Geary St., cor. Grant aye.
R.REA.3OO TURK ST— ALL DENTAL WORK
at lowest prices and warranted : open evenings.
M~ ETAL PLATE $5: TEETH EXTRACTED
or tilled painlessly by my patent anesthetic,
60c: won 28 prizes. Obdontunder Dental Parlors,
815% Geary st., bet. Larkin and Hyde, opposite
Saratoga Hall. R. L. WALSH, D. D. S.
CROUME DENTAL. ASSOCIATION, 769 MAR-
\J ket, bet. 3d and 4th, gas specialists; only rell- '
able agent for painless extraction: artificial teeth
frm $5; fillings frm $1: extracting 50c. with gassl.
ton A set FOR TEETH; WARRANTED as
tJJ) I good as can be made; lining $1. DR. SIMMS,
dentist, 1130 Market St., next Baldwin Theater.
DX. 11. G. YOUNG. BRIDGES AND TEETH
without plates a specialty. 1841 Polk st. .
1 R. LUDLUM HILI.. 1443 MARKET ST.,
XJ near Eleventh: no charge tor extracting when
plates are made; old plates made over like new;
teeth from $8 per set: extracting 60c: gas given.
OLTOX DENTAL ASSOCIATION, 806 MAR-
\J ketst. DR. CHARLES W. DECKER.
DR. J. j7IEEK, 1206 MARKET, COR. GOLDEN
Gate aye.— Open evenings; Sundays till noon.
LL WORK .. REASONABLE AND WAB-
ranted. DR. J. W. KEY. 1122 Market st.
R. GEORGE W. LEEK. THE GENUINE
Leek dentist, discoverer of painless extraction
and patentee of Improved bridge work or teeth
without any plate, moved from 6 to 2o O'Farrell st.
ritOI'OSAL&.
I)RbPOSALs"~FOR S^fpPLIE^S^OR~THE
J- Whlttier State Scnool.
In pursuance of the action of the Board of Trus-
tees of the Whittier State School, sealed proposals
will be received by the Superintendent of said
school at his office, in Whittier, Los Angeles
County, Cal., up to 12 o'clock m.. Tuesday, Decem-
ber 17, 1895, for furnishing the following supplies
to the said school for the year 1896; said supplies
to be of California manufacture . or production
where price and quality are equal ana to consist of:
1. Coffee, tea, syrup, rice, etc.
2. Canned goods.
• 8. Groceries. ■ V:;.i t „-.?,";■•
4. Butter, eggs, cheese, yeast.
6. Flour, meal, barley, bran, middlings, eta
6. Beans, potatoes, vegetables, etc. •■•■■•-
7. Beef, mutton and pork. •
' 8. Lard, tallow, ham, bacon, etc.
9. Benzine, gasoline, coaloll.
in. Crude oil, wood, coal, etc.
11. Flannel, cassimere and blankets.
• 12. Crockery and glassware. :.:>T.t- '■'
13. Leather and shoe findings.
14. Brooms and brushes.
15. Caps, hats, suspenders and rubber clothing.
16. Furniture and mattresses.
17. Ice.
18. Drugs.
19 Stationery. x '
All parties or firms desiring to bid will address
Superintendent of the Wh'.ttier State School. Whit-
tier. Cal., for terms and specifications and blank
forms. - " ■ ' :
In order to preserve uniformity and to facilitate
the award it has been resolved to receive no bids
unless made upon blank forma furnished by the
Superintendent. . - ■■-■
The number of class bid for should be plainly
marked on outside of envelope containing bid.
ANDREW MULLEN, President.
W. C. PATTERSON, Tn] , t ees
A.DINA MITCHELL, Iraslees _
"PROPOSALS FOR SUPPLIES FOR VETE
.Trans' Home Association— Notice is hereby g yen 1
that sealed proposals will be received by the b»»rd
of directors of the Veterans' Home Associatio • at '
its office, room 13, 320 Sansome street, San Fran-
cisco, California, up to 2 o'clock p. m., Saturday,
December 21, 189&, and opened Immediately there-
after in the presence of bidders, for furnishing and
delivering quartermaster and commissary supplies
for the Veterans' Home, Napa : County, California
(railroad station Yountville), for the six mouths
commencing; January 1, 1896. and ending June
30, 1896. ...:,:.- ■ • ■ •: ' ■■■
Schedules, with Information and instructions for
submitting bids, will *be furnished upon appli-
cation to the undersigned. Bidders will car. fully
follow the conditions of the schedules, and no bid
will be considered unless it Is in accordance with
such schedules. Each bidder must accompany his
bid with a certified check upon some well known
and responsible banking house for at least 10 per
cent of the amount of his bid, payable to J. C. Cur-
rier, treasurer, conditional that ■ the ■ bidder will
enter into a good and valid contract, upon notice of
acceptance, as required by law. The board re-
serves the right to reject any or all bids, and to
order any quantity over or under the amount speci-
fied. Address J. J. Scoville, Secretary Veterans'
Home Association, room 13. 320 Sansome street.
San Francisco, California. 'By order of the board
iof directors. • ■' J. J. SCO VILLE, Secretary. ]
OAKLAND ADVERTISEMENTS
OFFICE— BROADWAY.
OAKLAND REAL ESTATE.
POULTRY RANCHES AnITsMALL.HOMES
A in Oakland and Fruitvale for sale, rent orex-
change. E. HILL, room 34, Donohoe Bonding, S. F.
ffi;KA CASH AND $16 PER " MONTH ; SAME
Hi UV as rent; new cozy cottage, 4 rooms and
bath; good location; total" price only $1000; this
is a bargain; apply at once. HUGH M. CAM-
EHON, 479 Ninth st., Oakland. ■- ;.
<2»O(\ MONTHLY FOR f>- BOOM. COTTAGES;
i£>4UVJ plans free. F. BOEOLE. Golden Gato statn.
<£•] £n LOTS NEAR THE ALTENHEIM IN
, <JP-I.UV. Fruitvale; electric ears; only $1 down
and $1 a week: selling fust; good improvements.
H. B. PINN'EY. owner. »02 Broadway. Oakland.
OAKLAND .FITOi IT U *OR SALE
HOLI DA Y~i>R ESKNTS hT£f" PßlCeTa tTh]
>( HEI.LIIAAS' furniture-store. Eleventh st
ALAMEDA ADVERTISEMENTS
OFFICE— I43S PARK STREET.
ALAMhDA real i STATE.
To exchange for house and lot in
1 Alameda; 160 acres; 25 acres under cultivation
and in fruit; no debt. J. H. YOUNG, 1243 Park
St., Alameda.
(\(\ DOWN, BALANCE MONTHLY PAY
ijpi-v" ments— Fine nearly new modern 2-story
house, 7 rooms and bath; near station, school and
churches: must be sold: call and see at once. H.
P. MOREAL, 1432 Park St.. Alameda. - -
ffl»f (\(\ DOWN —ELEGANT NEW 6-ROOM
«JP JL VJU modern cottage in center of city, close to
school and station: lot 35x150: price $2250. For
immediate sale Alameda Land Company, 1500
Park St., Alameda. ■ . •
nnfl new and modern house of 7
«35T:V_H_fV/. rooms and bath: lot .42x147:6; in
good locality; terniseasy; installments. JOSEPH
A. LEONARD CO.. 1364 Park at., Alamfrda.
BERKELEY REAi. ESTATE.
tTerkeley BARGAINS. ~ ~
J-> $1500— Cottage 4 rooms; large lot 100x125.
$450— Corner 48x70; 50 down, $10 monthly.
$350—1 acre on side hill.
$500—1 acre on eminence.
■ $600— Corner 100x115 with creek.
$150— Lot 25x102; flO down, $.'. monthly.
$175— Lot 31x135; $10 down, $10 quarterly.
4500 — acres on fine street.
$SOO-Lot 48x100.
CHAS.A. BAILEY, 46 Market st., San Fran-
cisco, or Berkeley station, Berkele.v.
LEGANT LOTS NEAR THE BERKELEY
UNIVERSITY,
TO CLOSE AN ESTATE.
$1600—40x130; NW. cor. Durant aye. and Ful-
ton st.
$1600— 50x130: ; Fulton St.; nr. Dnrant aye.
?160O— 40x130; XV. cor. of Bancroft way and
Union st. .- "■:
$1750—50x130; Bancroft wav, nr. Union st. .
$1600—40x110; SE. cor. of Durant and Tele-
graph ayes. -- . . >■••"-•; .
$1500—50x110; Telegraph aye., nr. Durant aye.
$1800—46x120; NE. cor. Eancroft way and Tel-
egraph aye.
■ *1800— 70x138; Hillegassave., nr. Bancroft way.
$2000—70x140; Telegraph aye., nr. Bancroft
way. ■ \
$2500— 91x138; University aye., near the Uni-
versity grounds.
$2000—120x119; Shattuck aye.. nr. Vinest.
; $1800— An acre lot near the Town Hall.
Also 70 lots at Ashby station; cheap; on easy
terms. Come quick if you. want the choice of
these bargains.
M. L. WURTS,
Opp. Dwight-way station, Berkeley.
STOCKTON ADVERTISEMENTS
STOCKTON REAL ESTATE.
ESCALON HAS BEEN SELECTED~BY~THE
Ju directors of the S. F. and S. J. V. R. R. Co.
(Valley road) for the principal station in the south-
eastern part of San Joaquin County and is destined
to become at once the most important of all the
stations on the line of tha railroad on account of
the vast - bodies of rich, alluvial loam lands sur-
rounding the town, every acre of which wilt bo
sold with a perpetual water right. > >
Take some of your money out of the 4-per-cent
savings bank and invest in this coming center of
southeastern san Joaquin County.
For maps, descriptive matter, etc., address E. E.
HARLOWE d: CO., 430 East Main St., Stockton,
California.
SANTA CLARA COUNTY.
REAL ESTATE. _
O ANTA CLARA VALLEY LAND 3.
19,000 acres in subdivisions for fruit planting.
Apply to C. H. PHILLIPS, proprietor.
32 East Santa Clara St., ban Jose, Cat
MONEY TO LOAft. '
-fsT r AND 2D MORTGAGES: CITY OR COUn".
JL fry; administrators' mortgages, interests in es-
tates, diamonds, pianos, etc, MURPHY, 628 Mkt,
ONEY LOANED, 6V<s PER CENT ON
mortgages. A. F. JOHNS & CO., 632 Market st.
ONEY WANTED TO LOAN IN SUMS OF
!V1 $200 and upward, on first and second mort-
gages and other collaterals. Full particulars at
Laymance Real Estate and Investment Company,
466 Eighth St., Oakland, Cal.
r» I f\t\ f\(\f\ TO LOAN— CITY, OAKLAND,
*iP JLUU.UUv/ Alameda or Berkeley real estate;
first mortgages. HUGH M. CAMERON, Broker,
479 Ninth St., Oakland.
\l ONEY LOANED ON JEWELRY AND
IVI other valuables at the Security Loan Office,
. 1106 Market St., nr. Mason; private entrance 7 Turk.
ORROW MONEY ON YOUR. DIAMONDS,
jewelry, furniture and pianos without removal;
lowest rates. Call or write to HARRY ANKEL A
CO., Mills bid?, sth floor, r 6; strictly confidential
TRICTLY -PRIVATE LOAN OFFICES. 851)
Market, cor.stockton, rms. 17 and 18, first; floor:
established 30 years: always -open. "Uncle Bill."
WHY PAY #5 ON THE HUNDRED COM-
» ' mission to the broker when you can get the
same direct from the louner without it and with-
out charge for making out papers on your pianos
and furniture of private families, which furniture
is now under the new law mortgageable; lowest in-
terest without removal: any amount from $100 to
$5000. 418 Ellis St., room 22. \
T OANS ON REAL ESTATE IST AND 2ND
XJ mortgages, undivided interests, estates, and on
furniture or pianos, without removal, in the city
and Oakland or Alameda: any amount: lowest
rates; all business confidential: savings bank books
bought. Call or write to BECKER.24O Montgomery.
A ON DIAMONDS, JEWELRY AND
-~\- all securities. Columbia Loan "and Collateral
Oflice, 9 Grant aye. • -, ■■■
ANY AMOUNT: IST, 'JD or 3D MORTGAGES;
A estates, undivided Interests, real estate in pro-
' hate. McCOLGAN, 24 Montgomery, rooms 2-3.
PAWNBROKERS.
T 126 KEARNY " BT^. ROOM ; 9— MONJ3Y
loaned, watches, diamonds, etc.; low rates : pri-
vate rooms; elevator: pledges for sale cheap.
■;.:•! V.* LEGAL NOTION. ■
XI CLYDE, deceased. Notice is hereby given by
the undersigned,' administrator of the estate of the
said JOHN CLYDE, deceased, to the creditors of
and all persons having claims against the said
deceased, to exhibit them with the ■ necessary
vouchers, within four (4) months after the first
publication of this notice, to the said administrator
\ at his offices, 319 Pine street, San Francisco, Cal.,
the same being his place for the. transaction of
the business of the said < estate In the City and
County of san Francisco, State of California. :.
A. C. FREESE, Administrator of the estate of
JOHN CLYDE, deceased.
Dated at San Francisco, December 5, 1895.
J.D.SULLIVAN, Attorney for Administrator,
319 Pine street. San Francisco. Cal.
•DIVORCE PROCEEDINGS.
Complaints filed: - — '
Edgar J. Dave-?a against Florence L. Davega.
Lola Roja Keiser against Harry Keiser.
Kittle Nugent against John Nugent.
Divorces granted: .
Lucetta J. Perry from Samuel A. Perry, for will-
ful desertion; by Judge Daingerh'eld. Plaintiff
, allowed $16 a month alimony, $50 counsel fees
and costs. Custody of children awarded to plaintiff.
Lottie C. Mintie from Alexander E. Mintio, for
desertion: by Judge Sanderson.
S Daniel Zehnder from Dora Zehnder, for extreme
cruelty; by Judge Troutt ' : '- ■ ■
. Mary McConvill from Richard McConvill, on
cross-complaint, for willful neglect: by Judge
Troutt. /
MARRIAGE LICENSES. -
[ '. The following marriage licenses- were issued by
• the County Clerk's office December 12: -_
J. J. B. Vigoureux and Angele Marcenac, 80—25.
: John Fister and Antonia Zemanek, 40—36.
, Pete Olsen and Annie Johnson. 27—23. • -
H. Smi.h and Emma T. Connell. 38—27.
John C. Beck and Hilda GustafsoD, 29—25.
. J. P. Kennedy and Ha.tie S. Kelley, 50—50.
BIRTHS— MARRIAGES— DEATHS.
[Birth, marriage and death notices sent by mail
will not be inserted. They must be handed in at
either of the publication . offices . and be indorsed
with the name and residence of persons authorized
to have the same published.] >
BORN. '
DE ANDREIS— In this city, December 10. 1895,
to the wife of C. R. de Andreis, a daughter.
GRAHN— In this city, December 9, 1895, to the
• wife of Henry Grahn, a son.' ■' • -.
JORGENSEN-ln this city, December 5, 1895,
• ' to the wife of Daniel Jorgensen, a daughter. ; t*
■LUTLEY— In this city, December 5, 1895, to the
• wife of Frank Lutley. a daughter. . . ■ \
■ ''. y.- •-.-- . '-. ■ ■ . ■■■ • ■ ' *
MURPHY— In this city, December 8,1895, to the
Wife of Charles F. Murphy, a son.
MARRIED. ' -:-.:
CLARK— McKEE— In this city. December 10,
1895. by the Rev. William Rader, Walter Par-
sons Clark and Marguerite Dempster McKee,
both of San Francisco. . ,
COOPER— AYERS— Tn tnis city, December 6,
1895, Astiey D. M. Cooper and Genevieve Avers.
WALCOTT— McCLURE— In Oakland, Alfred Ral-
sion Walcott and Mrs. Bonnie McCiure. ■
Anderson, Augusta F. Muller, Fred •
Rastittu, Phillip O'Neill, Kate F.
Carroll, Michael Piisler, Maria
: Cronah. Mary !.\. Potter, Thomas K.
Dillon, Mary T. Schumacher. Otto P.
Em don, John L. . . Shillaber, George
Frank, Samuel ■ Shirley Paul
Judson, Mary E. Smith, Cora O.
Kavanasrli, John I Steffen, Katie
Laumelsrer. Willie Thornton. Susie
; Me Avoy, Barney Varni, A Qgt la M.
■ McColgan, Susan Warren, Eugene
Morris, Mary a. W. Weidenmuller, F. Q.
ANDERSON— In this city, December 11, 1895,'
Augusta F. Anderson, beloved daughter of Henry
ana Alice E. Anderson, and sister of Louis H.,
May A. and Alice H. Anderson, born in
Davis ville, Yolo County, aged 25 years 11
months and 9 days. [Boston and Milwaukee
papers please copy.J
Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Friday), at 2 o'clock p. m., from the par-
lors of H. F. Suhr <£. Co., 1209 Mission street,
near Eighth. Interment Laurel Hill Cemetery.
BASTIAN— In San Lorenzo, December 12, 1895.
Phillip Bastian, aged 29 years 11 mouths and 23
days.
j«rThe funeral will take place TO-MORROW
. (Saturday), at 2 o'clock p. m., at the residence
of his parents In San Lorenzo.
CARROLL— In this city, December 11, 1895.
Michael, beloved husband of Annie Carroll, fa-
ther of Emma . Matthews, brother of Mrs.
■ Bridget Maroney and John Carroll and uncle of
Mrs. Ellen McElraih, a native of Limerick, Ire-
■ land.
£®*Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Friday) at 9 o'clock, from St. I Mary's Hospital,
■ thence to St. Rose's Church, where a solemn
requiem mass will be celebrated for the repose
of his soul, commencing at 9:30 o'clock a. m.
Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.
CRONAN— In this city, December 12, 1895, Mary,
belovtd wife of the late Samnel Cronan, and
mother of Michael, Samuel, John, Thomas and
William Cronan and Mrs. John Bulck, a native of
County Cork, Ireland, a«ed,4B years ' •
; Friends and acquaintances . ' , respect-
fully Invited to attend the funerm' 'SUNDAY,
December 15, at 7:30 o'clock a. m.. from her late '
: residence, 21/3 McLea court, off Ninth street, be-
tween Harrison and Bryant, thence to St. Jos-
eph's Church, where a solemn requiem mass
will be celebrated for the repose of her soul,
commencing at 8 o'clock a. 11. Interment Holy
Cross Cemetery;
DILLON— In this city, December 11, 1895, Mary
T., beloved wife of M. A. Dillon, a native of San
Francisco, aged 36 years.
49* Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Friday), at 2:30 o'clock p. m., from the residence
of her brother, John McGratn, 25 Thirteenth
j street, between Mission and Howard. Interment
Mount Calvary Cemetery.
EMDON— In th's city, December 11, 1896. Jonn
L., beloved husband of Johanna M. yon Emdon.a
native of Aurlch, Ost Furslaud. Germany, aged
53 years 5 month and 5 days. A member of Ger-
mania *-tainm No. 83, U. O. It. M., and Hanno-
veranner Verein.
*S~Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral SUNDAY,
December 15. at 1:30 o'clock p. m., from Reamen's
Hall, 510 Bush street. Remains at the parlors
of H. F. Suhr & Co., 1209 Mission street, near
Eighth. Interment I. O. O. F. Cemetery.
FRANK— In this city, December 12. 1895, Samuel,
beloved husband of Jennie Frank, and father of
Irvln and Albert Frank, and brother of Mrs. S.
Lipman and Mrs. S. Roseuer, a native of Phila-
delphia, Pa., aged 52 years.
JO" -Notice of funeral hereafter.
JUDSON— In this city, December 9. 1895, Mary
E.. beloved wife of Thomas R. Judson. and
mother of Nettie, Clarence. Florence, Frank,
' Fanny, Robert, Minnie and Harry Judsou, a na-
tive of New York, aged 48 years 3 months and
24 days.
fflTFriends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Friday), at 12:30 o'clock p. M., from her
late residence, Alvarado and Douglass streets.
Interment Cypress Lawn Cemetery.
KAVANAGH— In this city, December 12. John
Kavanagb, a native of County Wexiord, Ireland,
aged 73 years.
S3" Notice of funeral hereafter.
LAUMEISTER— this city. December 12. 1895.
Willie, beloved son of William F. and Celia I<au-
meister, a native of San Francisco, aged 2 years
1 month and 4 days.
,83-The funeral will take place TO-MORROW
(Saturday), at 10 o'clock a. m., from the resi-
dence of the parents, 710 Seventeenth street.
Interment private.
McAVOY— In the City ana County Hospital. De-
cember 11, 1895, Barney Me Avoy, aged 30 years.
McCOLGAN— In this city, December 10, 1895.
Susan, relict of the late Eugene McColgan, and
beloved mother of John and the late Charles Me-
. Colgan, and sister of Mrs. K. Murphy, a native of
the parish of Moville, County Donegal, Ireland,
aged 72 years.
*B~Friends and acquaintances are respect-
- fully invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Friday), at 8:30 o'clock a. m.. from her late
residence, Twenty-eighth and Alabama streets,
thence to St. Peter's Church, where a solemn
requiem mass will be celebrated for the repose of
her soul, commencing at 9 o'clock a. m. Inter-
ment Holy Cross Cemetery.
MORRIS— In this city, Mary Anna Wartson, be-
j loved wife of Thomas Morris, a native of Eng-
land, aged 66 years and 6 months.
jJ3~Funeral private.
MULLER— In this city, December 12,1895, Fred
Muller, beloved husband of Sophie Muller, a na-
t ive of Copenhagen, Denmark, aged 37 years and
6 months. A member of Verein Elntracht.
Friends and acquaintances are resnect-
fully invited to attend the funeral SUNDAY,
December 15. at 2 o'clock p. M., from Eintracht
Hall.TwelfthandFolsom streets. Remains at par-
lors of H. F. Suhr & Co., 1209 Mission street,
near Eighth. Interment I. O. O. F. Cemetery.
O'NEILL— In Fresno. December 12, 1895, Kate F.
O'Neill, beloved sister of M. J., Eugene and W.
J. O'Neill and Mrs. W. Griechen, a native of
Belmont. aged 37 years.
£*- Notice of funeral hereafter.
PILSTER— In this city, December 12. 1895, Maria,
beloved wife of Henry, and mother of Hattie and
Theodore Pilster, a native of Bremerhafen, Ger-
many, aged 40 years 7 months and 2 days.
Notice of funeral hereafter,
POTTER— In the City and County Almshouse,
December 11, 1895. Thomas F. Potter, a native of
Rhode Island, aged 72 years. ■
SCHUMACHER— In South San Francisco, De-
cember 11, 1895, Otto Peter, beloved son of Fer-
dinand and Katharina Schumacher, a native of
San Francisco, aged 4 years 10 months and 8
! days.
jggr Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Friday), at 2 o'clock p. m.. from the residence
of his parents, 1434 Fifth avenue South, be-
.' tween J and X streets, south San Francisco. In-
terment I. O. O. F. Cemetery.
SHILLABER— In the City and County Hospital.
December 12, 1985, George Shillaber, aged 68
j years.
6HIRLEY-r-Tn Martinez, December 11, 1895, Paul
Shirley, beloved father of Guy Shirley and Maud
Shirley Page, a native of Kentucky, aged 68
years 7 months and 11 days.
afs-Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral SUNDAY,
. December 15, at 1 o'clock p. m., at the family
* residence in Martinez. ■ '
SMITH— In this city. December 11. 1895, Cora
Ovilla Smith, a native of San Francisco, aged 31
years 11 months and 20 days. -
STEFFEN— In this city, December 11. 1895,
Katie, beloved wife of Claus H. Steffen. and
mother of Minnie, Meta and Mathilda Steffen,
and sister of Mrs. Fred Witthack, a native of
Hanover, Germany, aged 26 years 1 month and
2 days.
JB3T Friends and acquaintances are ' respect-
• fully invited to attend the funeral SUNDAY,
December 15, at 2 o'clock p. m.. from the par-
lors of H. F. Suhr & Co., 1209 Mission street,
near Eighth. i Interment Masonic Cemetery.
THORNTON— In this city, December 11, 1895,
Susie, deafly beloved daughter of Peter and An-
nie Thornton, and sister of Lizzie, Rosie and
Nicholas Thornton, a native of San Francisco,
aged 7 years 8 months and 11 days.
agj~Frlends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Friday), at 9:30 o'clock a. m., from the residence
: of the parents. 215 Vallejo street, thence to St.
Francis Church. Interment Holy Cross Ceme-
tery. : ■ ,', ' '
VARNI— In this city, December 11, 1895. Angela ■
M., beloved wife of James S. Varni, and daughter
of Cristoforo and Caterina Razzo, and sister of
Mrs. Anita Ottoboni and Mamie, Mary, Jennie.
Emelia, Cristlna, Rlchetta, Lulgi, Cristoforo and
Guglielmo Razzo, a native of San Francisco, aged
23 years 2 months and 4 days. ■.
|g~Friends and acquaintances are resoect-
full invited to attend the funeral TO-MORROW
(Saturday), at 2 o'clock p. m.. from the Catholic
Church at Ocean View. Interment Holy Cross
Cemetery. {
WARREN— In this city, j December 12. 1895. En- ;
' gene Crowell, beloved son of Frank K. and Eu-
genia Warren, a native of Sonoma County, Cal.,
aged 9 months and 4 days.
WEIDENMULLER— In this city. December 11,
1895, Frederick «., beloved husband of ■ Eliza-
beth, and father of Lizzie, Millie, Ophelia, Charles
and Louis Weidenmuller, a native of Saxony,
Germany, aged 65 years.
*S"Friends and \ acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY
(Friday), at 2 o'clock p. m.. from his late resi-
dence. 1319b Pine street. Interment I. O. O. F.
Cemetery. * -
UNITED UNDERTAKERS' I
, EMBALMING PARLORS;
Everything Requisite for First-class Funerals
- ._.., at Reasonable Rates.
Telephone 3167. 27 and 29 Fifth street. |
; - McAVOY & CALLACHER, I
FUNERAL ' DIRECTORS & EMBALM KRS,
80 Fifth St., Opp. Lincoln School.
- ' Telephone 3080. ;V „
CYPRESS LAWN CEMETERY,
BAN MATEO COUNTY; NON-SECTARIAN;
X laid oat on the lawn plan; perpetual care; bean*
tiful, permanent and easy of access; see it before
~ baying a burial place elsewhere.
■City Office, 9 City Hall Avenue. .
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