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$C(K>-OLD-ESTABLISHED and first-class pay-
ing saloon; close to Baldwin Hotel; low rent;
elegant tixtures; a great sacrifice; important
business calls owner north. Call WILKE.
7S3Va Mark. St.
$150— SALOON close to water front; low
rent; rooms; doing a good paying business.
See WILKE, 788 Market st.
$550— PARTNER wanted in good paying liquor
v store large stock; very best location; owner
mf~ wants an honest, industrious man. See
T WILKE. >;> Market st.
$350 — SALOON; established many years and do-
ing a dally business of $12; 1 block from lll-
bernia Bank; a rare opening. See WILKE,
753 Market st.
$2000— CORNER grocer}- and bar; choicest loca-
tion in Western Addition; large stock; 5 bar-
rels whisky on hand; a first-class paying busi-
ness. Particulars WILKE, "S3 Market st.
A— sl7so; 1 KST-I'A i'lN<; restaurant in city; es-
tablished years; kept by owner the last 5
years; private rooms; the very best business
location; average daily receipts above $40. In-
quire Wii.KE. 753 Market st.
'LD-ESTABLISHED euloon in choicest
down-town location, with building; long
!•..>*; doing a first-class paying business;
ether engagement? compel owner to sacrifice
WII.KE. 753 Market st.
$400— SALOON; first-class business; close to
Pheian building; a bargain. See WILKE
Market St.
A $1100; 4 v ROOM house, clearing about $125
per month; rent low; 2 blocks north of Mar-
ket bt. WILKE. 783 Market st.
A— KREDO & CO. "~ joll Geary Bt.
List with us; no charge for advertising
$3000— Roadhouse; daily receipts $60.
J;3iX' — Saloon; fine corner; well stocked.
$750— Corner grocery and bar; 4 furnished
$175— Grocery and bar; give-away.
Plambing and gasfltting; $150 monthly,
icy; fine corner; with living rooma
iv-.-taurant and furnished Hat; $20 daily
Dressmaking; store and furnished rooms.
$450— Best shooting paliery; cigar stand.
For particulars call on KREDO & CO.
. WOOD, coal, hay, grain and livery
stable; clears $200; full value in stock
$o7C— CIGAR 6tand, receipts $15 daily; also
J3TS, cigar stand, Oakland. KREDO & CO.,
-_ . Geary st.
A.KTXKR wanted in paying legitimate
ess; will pay to each over $5 daily. Mc-
LAUGHLIN & CO, 23 Kearny st.
SALOON and club rooms for sale or ex-
change; city or country property near the
Mclaughlin & co., 23 Kearny st.
$4i"jt>— I>KY go< Js store near the city; owner re-
tiring; stock at a discount. For particulars
see MCLAUGHLIN & CO., 23 Kearny st.
$3500— AN old-established business clearing $200
to $;oo a month; everything in first-class or-
der; fullest investigation given. McLAUGH-
LIN & CO., 23 Kearny st.
A— sSo0 — CORNER grocery and bar; without
doubt one of the best business corners.
Partner wanted; commission business.
1300 — Saloon; old-established; good corner,
and other bargains in saloons, bakeries and
restaurants. ANDERSON & CO., 777 Market.
PARTIES wishing to sell their business
iptly for cash. HEALY. LIT Market St.
:; near prominent Junction Mar-
ket; nice place for man and wife; rooms.
HEALY & CO., i»l7 Market st.
$200— PARTNER wanted; suited to plain, steady
man satisfied with $16 to $25 a week; trial
given; short h.>urs; duti.-.- light. 31 Third st.,
'■'■ api'ly from IS to 12 a. m.
IBLE party desiring to form a comp-
any for the purpose of going Into business
in Dawsoo City, Alaska, wishes to meet
party with capital to Invest. For particulars
: • V. Polk st., room 14.
WANTED— A partner with $200 capital for
newly Invented machine; very useful article
Apply J. JOHNSON, 741 Minna st., from 11
to 3 p. m.
J SH will 1 urchp.se an undivided Interest
in v w >ll established cash business; weekly
$20; profits monthly. Particulars, 313
. st.
i.~ A flrst-class paying restaurant: all new
st k ; lesa than one-third its value; call
. as this is a bargain. 1069 Market St.
ILL purchase the Nickel saloon, with
r.xtures and piano forte. 130
:uh st., near new postofflce site.
G' n >r> paying business: worth $2000; will sell
■ -' If bought by June 1. J., box lfl, Call
i Oakland.
FOR BALES— Horns bakery, notions, tamales;
I trade; cheap rent. 1913 Howard st.
V yO~i: BALE — Cheap; fruit store doing good
f business by J. D. CALLAGHAN, 267 Third.
GOOD restaurant man with smaJl capital call
at Terminal Hotel, Haifiht and Stanyan sts.
SALOON for sale; cheap; no night work. 506
Clay st.
A MID: first-class restaurant on best street
in Oakland; monthly receipts from $900 to
*ui;;e owners for over 7 years; partner
retiring from bus&aeaa. Call or write M L.
WURTS, Seventeenth ana Broadway, Oak-
BUT< fixtures of well-established
market, with refrigerator; will sell without
refrigerator; $600 monthly trade free. 1022
Pan I'aMo aye., Oakland.
shed boarding house to rent; San
Un:no aye., near Twenty-sixth St.; rent
cheap. Apply to G. J. DICKINSON. Mills
building, third Boor.
. in white metal plating
■ Hurris.jn or Gray's system); state terms.
Call office.
: UITNER; business wiTl net J75 to $100
::; :.thly. with a fine future. See manager of
New Faucet Co.. branch office, 33 Third st.
:'!'. corner Diamond— Store
and :< iiv;n« rooms, suitable for barber-shop
emaker; r -nt $10.
XT;* 3 furnished rooms; good
for man and wife. MCLAUGHLIN &
CO., 23 Kearny st.
BAKERY store to let v/ith oven; fixtures must
ild at once. M Chronicle building.
FINB corner saloon; 4 living rooms; rent $20;
sacrifice. 331 Sixth st.
FOR Eale— Newspaper inside route. Apply 'at
this office.
$125— COMPLETE restaurant outfit for sale.
v (87 Mission st.
BAKERY, with fine tru<lp; elegantly fitted up;
no reasonable ofler refused. 3'J2C Sacramento.
HOTEL for sale— 26 rooms, furnished: co=t $SWO
11 years a^u; now a.^kinfc- $2200. Call 256 Third
St., get terms; m>iko offer at once.
CIGAR stand and shooting gallery very cheap.
Call 815 Kearny et.
FOR SALE- Sali. on with piano and 4 rooms;
ing-bouse over saloon with 17 rooms; run-
ning water and pras in every room; no reason-
able offer refusal if s..M before the lirst of
the month; no agents. Box 4535. Call.
ACTIVE middle-aged man ot business expe-
rience With some capital and his services,
wishes to go in some legitimate estnblished
business. Address box 4617, Call office.
CORNER saloon, good location; on account of
other business; low price. Albany Brewery.
FOR sale— 2 old-established groceries and bars;
price $2600 and $1250. Apply Call office.
WANTED— Partner with $2SO; guaranteed
■alary $50 month. X., box 10, Call, Oakland.
CORNER saloon for sale at a bargain; rood
stock of liquors, cigars. 243 Fourth st.
FOR SALE— CaII route at San Jose; for par-
ticulars apply at Call business office or to E.
F. PIERCE, San Jose.
BUMMER resort and beer garden to sell or
r»>n? MRS. BOEKELMANN. Lorln, Cal.
COFFEE and tea routes supplied from GEO.
W i'AS'WFLL * CQ.'S. 41. Sacramento Ht
4 20-room houses: from $500 to $16<K>
I 50- room bouses; from $1400 to $3<vx>
3 IOS-rooni houses; from $2500 to $«000
m hotel; cost $10.000 13800
60-room .-jpurtment house for exchange. .$4"<X)
!0-room house.. $800 22-room house $500
10-room house.. ISO 24 rooms, corner.. 750
17, rooms, cor... t>oo9 14 rms, on Sutter 700
II rs. ; must sell 100 1 fifi rms.; host city 7,<M
ms; new.. L2M| 31-room house 1,400
m»: nw.. 8.000 no rooms; corner. 6,<>00
800 rms.; hotel.. 10,000 C rooms: 0n1y... l">0
35 rms.' central 2,500 10 rooms; Jones.. 300
H. C. DECKER, UfflO Mark, t st., opp. Fifth.
A— KREDO & CO. 22 Geary st.
List with us; no charge for advertising; 600
houses; all sizes; all prices.
The following at reduced prices: .
10 rooms; Ellis St.; from $500 to. $300
15 rooms; Third St.; from $400 to 27."
16 rooms; sunny corner; from $1650 to 1,300
20 rooms; corner Powell; from $2200 to — l,©s)
22 rooms; transient; new; from $1200 to.. 1,000
23 rooms; sunny corner; from $1000 t0.:.. COO
V, rooms; Post st.; from $1800 to 1.5W)
100 room*; with elevator; from $6000 t0... 5,500
Many other special bargains on Installments.
FOR Rent— The well and favorably known St.
George lodging house of 150 rooms, centrally
located in Sacramento City and convenient to
the railroad shops. For particulars apply to
GEORGE W. : LORENZ, People's Savings
Bank. Sacramento.- . ,■'.■•■ .' "■■■ -'■■
4 FOR Sale or Exchange— house. Market
It • CO rooms, all furnished; doing good buai-
ness; owner unable to attend, to same; no
aßfnts. Call 132 First St. :
»350-11-ROOM house on McAllister St., full of
roomers; owner retiring. Pox <*"<>. Call offlce.
•VVELI. furnlnhed house. S • rooms, for sale; I
bargain. Inoulm 22CA McAllister st. . 1
A— S2O— SNAP; 7 room and bath house; nice
yard; Leavenworth st. SPECK & CO., 602
Market st.
You see houses to rent by BALDWIN A
HOWELL. 10 Montgomery st
! CLAY, 1422, sunny side, near Hyde— lo-room
house; nev.iy renovated; latest improve-
ments; front and rear garden; rent re-
duced. Inquire at premises from 10 to 4 p. m.
ELEGANT 8-room houses; Sixth aye., bet. Cal-
ifornia and Lake sts.; prices will surprise
_you. MARCUSE & REMMEL. 628 Market St.
j SACRAMENTO St., 1630— North side, east of
Polk; sun all day; new. clean and pretty;
ingrain paper; now chandeliers: marble and
tile lavatory; art windows; mahogany and
oak mantels; new cedar closets with mirrors
in doors; porcelain bath tub with marble
washstand; servant's room, laundry, etc. in
basement; postofflce and cross lines cable
cars at door; key on premises 1 p. m. to-day.
i TURK. H24, rear, near Larkin— Mcdern sunny
6 room house; bath; gas; $1S with water.
TURK, 733— 7-room moden. house and bath.
! VALENCIA. TOD — Upper part of house, 5 rooms
and bath; rent cheap.
$B— HOUSE 5 rooms; best condition; healthy
place, lrw," Kearny st.. near Greenwich.
$9— 6-ROOM house; newly papered and reno-
vated; large yard; water free. S34S Folaom.
$26—15 Oak st . near Market; 8 rooms and bath;
modern conveniences.
ARMY, 362SA— Sunny cottage, 6 rooms, base-
ment; rent $S; rear cottage.
BAY-WINDOW cottage of 6 rooms and bath.
914 Alabama Bt., near Twenty-first.
COTTAGE, 5 rooms and bath; basement; mod-
ern. 520 Oak st.
COTTAGE: 5 rooms and bath; large basement;
large lot with stable. 107 Twenty-ninth st.
FOR RENT— Cottage house; 2 large sunny
rooms with yard and basement. 622 Minna.
NEARLY new cottage of 4 rooms; rent $10.
3272 Folsom st. ; key next door.
SIN.NT cottages, 5 and 6 rooms; bath; base-
ment; yard; cheap. 1878 Fifteenth st.. near
TO LET— Sunny cottage, 6 rooms and bath.
1007 Capp St., near Twenty-fifth.
$20— COTTAGE, 6 rooms; prettiest in city; new;
2963 Twenty-first st. ; key at corner grocery.
839 HAVES ST.— Branch office of The Call.
Subscriptions and ads taken.
BUENA~T'ISTA aye., 44S (Ashbury Heights)—
To let, June 1. fine family residence of 10
rooms, furnished or unfurnished, with usa
of piano and stable; grand view.
BIRCH aye., 6— Four rooms and bath; nicely
TAYLOR, 810— Completely furnl:hed sunny
house, 10 rooms and bath. Call bet. 1:30 and
4 p. m.
$40 — Mcdern lower flat: 8 rooms, bath; piano.
Call from 10 to 2, 1808 Vallejo at.
A WEEK'S news for 5 cento— Th« Weekly
Call, in wrappers, for mailing.
A^slo— 4 ROt IMS, star Fourth and Mission.
A--JlB— s rooms, bath, Geary St., newly
A—s2A — $23 — Elegant brand new 6 rooms, enamel
bath; 10 other new flats. SPECK & CO., 602
Montgomery st.
AA— Dale place, 8, off Golden Gate aye., bet.
Leavenworth and Hyde — Six rooms and bath.
AMA, 832— Flat of 5 sunny rooms, bath
aint stationary tubs; $13.
You see flats to rent by BALDWIN ft
HOWBLL, 10 Montgomery st.
KO, ISI2. near Twenty-fifth— Flat, 4 large
rooms; bath, goe, mirror-top mantels; $11 50.
EIGHTH, M«— Nice sunny housekeeping rooms;
cheap; bath.
FILLMOHE, 207. near Halght— Upper flat of 6
sunny rooms and bath.
FLATS, 5 and 6 rooms; improvements; good
cellars; one block Jackson st. cars. 1135
I'U' iflc st., near Jones.
FOLSOM, ili4 — Four-room flat; even with side-
FOLBOBC S. W. cor. Thirteenth— Two flats. 5
s, bath; rent suit times. Apply premises.
GROVE, 10. near City Hall— Elegant top flat;
o rooms; bath.
HARRISON, 2041. opp. Eighteenth— Two sunny
flats, 3 and 4 rooms; rent $9 and $10.
HAVES, 826— Sunny flat of 6 rooms; bath; large
yard: basement; $25.
HAYEB, 170] . nnd 1706 Waller— Sunny flats; S
to 5 rooms and bath; $7 50 to $15; near park.
HYDE, 232. between Turk and Eddy— Com-
plete bedroom and kitchen for housekeeping.
LEAVENWORTH. 1523, bet. Pacific and Jack-
Bon Upper flat of 5 rooms; rent $14.
McALLISTEK, 720— Upper Hat, 7 rooms; bath;
rent $30. Key 728.
MODERN fiats, 5 and 6 rooms; bath; yard;
basement; rent $13 and $14. 389 Jersey St..
near Castro.
MODERN flat. 1007 Lombard St.. near Hyde-Bt.
MOSS, 30, bet. Sixth and Seventh— Five large
rooms and bath. Key at corner of Howard.
NINETEENTH, 3930, bet. Noe and Sanchez-
Flat, 5 large rooms; bath, gas, large yard;sl2 50.
NOE, 151 — 2 nicely furnished rooms; modern
fiat: pas range: grate; bath: $12.
PACIFIC aye.. 1671 — Four sunny rooms; bath;
PAGE, 480, n^ar Webster — New handsome flat,
7 rooms; latest Improvements; rent reason-
able; garden; reference.
PIERCE, 3000, corner Filbert— A modern upper
flat of 6 rooms and bath: rent $25.
POST. 625— An elegant flat of 7 rooms and bath
to let; rent $33.
TTKK, IS77— Handsome modern flat ot t
rooms and bath; reduced to $18.
TWENTIETH. 2703. cor. Hampshire— Upper flat
of 6 large sunny rooms, $17; stable, $19.
TWENTY-SECOND, 3440, nr. Fair Oaks— Sunny
lower flat; 4 rooms; bath; basement; $15.
TWENTY-FOURTH, 8075, nr. Folsom— 6-room
flat: hot and cold water, with stable; $15;
water free.
WEBSTER, 612— A corner flat of 5 rooms; yard;
no children.
$8 50— MIDDLE flat. 3 rooms. 256 Harriet St.,
bet. Harrison and Bryant, Sixth and Seventh.
$22— 5-ROUM fiat. 315 O'Farrell St., near Mason;
no car fare. Apply 15 Grant aye.
BUSH, 710— Flat of 4 sunny connecting rooms
and bath, $1C; also lower flat, $14; very cen-
CALIFORNIA. 836, near Powell— 3 sunny house-
keeping rooms, $15; also 8 at $10.
CLAY, 2416 — Four sunny rooms and yard; base-
EDDT, 916 — 2 or 4 furnished or unfurnished
rooms; gas range; fine location; private resi-
EDDT, 118— Llrht, clean housekeeping rooms,
$6 up; other rooms cheap; no transient.
EDDY, 917— Desirable housekeeping rooms; gas
range, bath, garden; private; splendid locafn.
EIGHTH, 84, nr. Market— l or 2 sunny front
rooms, with kitchen; furnished for housekeep-
ing; hot and cold water; bath; nri\'ate fam.
FIFTH, 322— Suite of rooms, furnished for
bousekeepln*; rent cheap.
FIFTH, 3T.3— Furnished for housekeeping, 2 par-
lors, kitchen, bath, $22; also $6 and $7 rooms.
FILLMORE, 205— Two unfurnished rooms.
FULTON, lift— Large well-furnished room, with
summer kitchen, complete, $8 per month.
\ ■ GEARY, 656, formerly 518— Elegant sunny par-
; I lor; suites, single, double rooms; also house-
j ! keeping.
' GEARY, 1917— For adults; 4 comfortable rooms;
' i bath, two bedb; t-.vo stoves; gas and coal; $20.
> HARRISON, CIS — Common-sense adult can
; have 2 sunny unfurnished rooms, with stove,
for $5; everything handj\
HOWARD, 525— Large front room; furnished
\ I complete for housekeeping.
HYDE, 703 Vi, cor. Post— 2 sunny front con-
necting rooms; unfurnished; light housekpg.
' : LARKIN, 804— Sunny front furnished, 1 or 2
1 [.frjuni--, $6;; large back room, $B; house-
1 j keeping.
i i LARGE front room; light housekeeping; also
i ! single room; reasonable. 113 Frankiin st.
LAI'KIN 61S— 3 or 4 beautiful sunny rooms:
kitchens complete: housekeeping.
' MASON, 413. OPP- Native Sons' Hall— Nicely
furnishfd sunny rooms; very reasonable^
I McALLISTER, 34«— 2 sunny rooms furnished
for housekeeping.
nuNTUiiMERY, 1402— S furnished rooms for
i housekeeping; J9 month. Key 429 Dupont st.
i MINNA, 848— 2 large rooms for housekeeping.
MISSION f>3>~ Large rooms, runnlnsj water,s2; !
i light housekeeping, JIJO[ suites, >10.
MISSK oir.pletely furnished sunny
front houaekeeping rooms; gas and bath.
MISSION, 1119— Large sunny front room and
kitchen; housekeeping complate; strictly pri-
MISSION, 1217— Sunny front bay-window suite,
complete for housekeeping; rent reduced.
OC'TAVIA, 1403, cor. Geary— Sunny room and
kitchen, large, $12; bay-window, $8.
POLK. 605 — Clean sunny bay-window alcove;
small kitchen; bath; gas; also 1 room; reason-
POLK, 605 — Complete for housekeeping, includ-
ing gas for stove; clean sunny room; $9 mo.
POLK, 1643, cor. Clay— 3 large newly fur-
nished sunny front rooms; housekeeping; $25.
POWELL, 944—3 furnished rooms for house-
keeping: $l*i.
PROSPECT place, 123, near California, be-
tween Bjtockton and Powell — l to 4 rooms,
bath, complete housekeeping, $4 to $15; pri-
vate German family.
SACRAMENTO. 1865 — 3 rooms; separate en-
trance; rent $7; good yard.
STOCKTON, 1307— Nice furnished rooms for
housekeeping; rent cheap.
SUTTER. 1111 — Nicely furnished rooms; single
or en suite; also housekeeping; reasonable.
TENTH, 136. corner Minna— Sunny furnished
housekeeping rooms; stove; running water;
also single room.
THIRTEENTH, 179, near Howard— 4 unfur-
nished rooms; double parlors; rent $13.
THREE sunny furnished rooms; gas stove; to
respectable Parties only. Apply 40 Geary Bt.
TURK, 543— Large front rooms, complete for
housekeeping; gas and bath; $12 and $15.
TWKLFTH, 145, corner Howard — Nicely fur-
niFhed housekeeping rooms.
WA S HINGTON! 102.W— | large unfurnished
rooms for housekeeping: also 2 furnished.
ARLINGTON House, 127 Kearny St.— Pleasant
sunny rooms, en suite and single; tirst-cluss
in every respect; terms reasonable.
APARTMENTS; quiet, homelike; reasonable;
Com. Transfer Co., 22 Stockton st. ; trunks
moved to any part of city, 25c; phone Main 49.
AT 609 Hyde. Sutter, 715, 717, 719— Furnished
and unfnrn. ; choice and sunny; reasonable.
AT 242 Stockton— Sunny rooms; pretty view;
quiet house; baths; gas; very reasonable.
AT 147 Powell and 211 O'Farrell, nicely fur-
nished rooms by day, week or month.
BOHEMIA, 239 Post— Elegant rooms; reason-
able rates; bath, gas, elevator; very central.
BRYANT, 430— Sunny rooms; reasonable; close
to Third and Townsend depot.
CHELSEA place. 4. off Bush, below Powell-
Large sunny newly furnished room in pri-
vate family. v
DELAWARE. 1433 Furnished or un-
furnished single and double ran. ; $8, $10 mo.
DIAMOND, 40— Large well furnished front
room In sunny cottage surrounded by flowers.
EDDY, 623— For 2 or more gentlemen, elegantly
furnished sunny front bay-window suite, con-
necting bedroom; running water, bath, gas,
grate; private; references. ■'->'■•
EDDY, Newly furnished single and double
rooms, $5 a month and up.
ELLIS, 327— An elegantly furnished suite;
piano, light housekeeping; $30 per month.
FIFTEENTH. 1612. entrance Fifteenth St.—
let, a handsomely furnished sunny ! corner
suite of rooms; home comforts; must be seen
to be appreciated.
FOLSOM. 820, near Furnished rooms,
$1 par week.
FRANKLIN, Front suite rooms; use
kitchen and bath; rent $15.
FURNISHED rooms In all parts of city; sin-
gle, double and en suite. 1023 Market st.
GEARY, 622— Pretty, sunny bay-window front
room; running water; single rooms.
GIRARD HOUSE, cor. Seventh and Howard—
Sunny rooms, moderate: also housekeeping:
GLOBE Housn, 821 Howard— Per night. 25c to
$1; week, $1 to $4: reading-room; Howard cars.
GOUGH, 406, near Hayes— Sunny furnished
room. •
GUERRERO. Sunny bay-window front
alcove room, well furnished; cheap.
HANCOCK House. 781 Mission— Select family
rooming-house; $1 50 to $6 per week.
HOWARD, 959— A nice sunny room in a quiet
family for a young man; $4 a month.
KEARNY, 104 — Three unfurnished rooms and
bath; with private family, $15.
MARKET, 1211. near Sixth (Ellis House)—
Furnished rooms, $1 60 to $6 per week; tran-
MARKET, 1032— Thoroughly renovated; nicely
furnished sunny rooms; suites or single; suit-
able for doctor or offices; also housekeeping
rooms, $6 up.
MASON. 18 (Silver State)— Elegantly furnished
rooms, single by the week. $1 50 to $3; suites,
$4 to $6; baths; hot water; transient; elevator.
McALLISTER. 14— A few large sunny rooms;
studios, office, $7 month; suits $12.
MINNA. 667, corner Eighth— Newly furnished
bay-window room, $1 per week.
MISSION, 783— Large furnished front room.
MISSION, 1226 — Nice large sunny parlor, piano;
running water; bath; suitable 2; $10 month.
NINTH, 20, near Market— Front sunny suite; 1
or 2 beds; light housekeeping; single; water;
NINETEENTH, 4059, near Caatro— Elderly Ger-
man lady wishes small family to take part of
flat; near car linea.
OAK, 42 — Newly furnished sunny room.
O'FARRELL, 231— New management, new fur-
niture; elegantly furnished sunny suites and
single rooms; bath and gas; rent reasonable.
O'FARRELL. 327— Large front room, well fur-
nished. $10; sunny single room, $7.
PHILADELPHIA House— Furnished rooms, 75c
week and upwards. 421 Bush st.
POLK, 1445, near California— Nice sunny un-
furnished parlor.
POST, 216 — 3 connecting sunny rooms, suitable
for offices or otherwise.
POST, 622— Sunny suite or single rooms; first-
class in every respect. MRS. M. SCHULZ.
SHERMAN Apartment House, 28 Eighth St.,
near Market— Furnished and unfurnished.
SIXTH. I*4— Single and double rooms, $150
week up; complete housekeeping, $10 mo. up.
SOUTH PARK, 46— Nicely furnished front
room, T..th bath; new flat.
TAYLOR. 109— Sunny double room with sep-
arate beds, $10: sunny single room. $1 50.
627 MONTGOMERY, cor. Clay— Open until 9:SO
o'clock; branch office of The Call. Subscrip-
tions and want nd« taken.
ALL sunny bay-window rooms, everything
new. cheerful; first-class every respect; board
optional. The Slrius, 1606 Stockton; Kearny cars
ELLIS, 618— Nicely furnished rooms, best
board; $20 per ionth.
FOLSOM. 611— Bwedlah private boarding, with
room, $4 to $6 per week; nice location.
GOOD home In private French family; single
or en suite. 1011 Hayes st.
SCUTH PARK. lßJ—Good table board, $8 per
week; with nice sunny front room, $4 week.
SUTTER. 1128— Sunny BUite; single rooms; flrst-
class board; largegrounds. Mrs. W. F. Evans.
| SUTTER, 1128 — Nicely furnished sunny front
rooms; board; home comforts; moderate.
THE Oriel— With or without board; new. ele-
gantly furnished, beautiful sunny Market-st.
Bultes, with board for 2, $40 per month; single
rooms accordingly.
VAN NESS aye., 808— Sunny newly furnished
rooms, electric lights, bath, with board;
terms moderate.
1 .
$4 A MONTH: pitting and bedroom combined;
sunny: gentleman: furnished. Box 4497, Call.
WIDOW with a comfortable home would like
two children to board. 51 Clara st.
AN elderly lady will take infants to board: a
mother's rare; references. 2S4tj. Sixth at.
CORNER ptore; 4 rooms and stable; rent $15;
22d-at. cars pass the door. 8>..l Twenty-fourth
St., corner of Vlcksburg.
SMALL store to let. between Laguna and Fell
sts. Inquire grocery, Hayes and Laguna sts.
STORE, 4 rooms and stable: corner Twenty-
fourth and Vicksburg sts; Twenty-second-st.
earn; rent $15.
DESK room. Emma Spreckels building, room
GOB, between 1 and 2 p. m.
FINE partly furnished offices. 901 Sutter st.,
rorner Leavenworth.
FOR Dawson, Alaska Venture Co. Steamship
Prof. Morse, sails for St, Michaels June 10,
connecting with the speediest steamer on th«
Yukon, the 1". M, fcimith: unexcelled facilities
for handling freight and passenger*; before
making contracts call at general offloe, 630
Market st.
AS we are selling good upright pianos for $6
cash and $0 per month, we ask you to investi-
gate and approve this method. Prices are the
came as if purchased for all cash. Bargains
in K^'od second-hand uprights upon same easy
payments and some good, pianos for $3. $4 a.nd
$5 per month. SHERMAN CLAY & CO.,
Bteinway dealers t corner Kearny and Sutter
sts., San Franciaco, and Thirteenth and
Broadway. Qakja-nd-
IBSOLUTELY the oldest and largest house
west of Chicapo is KOHLER & CHASE'S,
26, 28 and 30 O'Farrell at. Pianos, organs
and all otter musical instruments of all
grades and prices. Terms easy; prices low-
est. Everything possible done to please and
satisfy the customer
CLARK, WISE & CO., cor. Grant aye. and
Geary st.. agents Conover, Kingsbury and
other pianos; opened May 1; new stocK: spe-
cial prices; easy terms; Inspection Invited.
SECOND-HAND pianos at all prices; terms
extremely accommodating. BENJ. CURTAZ
& BON, 16 to 20 O'Farrell st., agents for the
Checkering and other pianos.
A SPLENDID chance, but you must not delay;
a $450 piano, practically new, $175 cash; don't
wait. J. DEWING COMPANY, second floor
Flood building.
A STEIXWAY piano for $100; a Chlckering for
$90; examine list of bargains this week. THE
F. W. SPENCER CO., 933 Market St.
SOHMER & CO., Byron Mauzy, Newby, Evans,
Briggs and other pianos: see our rent plan;
no interest first year. 308. 310, 312 Post st.
NEW pianos rented. $2 50 per month. SCOTT-
BEST goods; lowest prices: easy payments;
pianos to rent at MAUVAIS', 769 Market st.
BARGAINS— SIOO^ $125, $15"; agency famous
Haines Bros. W. C. HAMILTON, 324 Post st.
GREAT bargains; Decker. Schubert, Stelnway.
Neuman, others. Hornung's. 216 McAllister.
"AD" smallest; price lowest: uprights $75 up;
rents $2 up. HEINE, 136 Ellis st.
A GOOD upright, very cheap. 16 McAllistei
St., next Hibernia Bank. SCHMITZ.
KNAIiE plants; new scale; new styles.
KOHLER & CHASE, 30 O'Farrell st.
SUPERIOR violins, zithers, old and new. H.
MILLER, maker, repairer. 2 Latham place.
ALL Ladles— C only Dr. and Mrs. M. Davles,
true friends of all invalids, men and women;
50 years' practice; safe and quick cure guar-
anteed; any disease or irregularity; disgrace
avoided; kind sympathy and aid; sure relief,
though else fail; delicacy, privacy, home,
etc.; babies adopted; travelers treated; no
delay; self-cure sent; call or write; free; con-
fidential. MRS. M. DA VIES, 59 McAllister
St.; pills. $1; very strong, $2; cure, $5.
ALL of Dr. Foulefs capsules are guaranteed
absolute cure for all female diseases; posi-
tively safe and cure: no danger or after ef-
fects; taken In time it also acts as a pre-
ventive; price $1 00 per box, sent free by
mail on receipt of price; consultation on all
special diseases free. WALLER BROS.. 83
Grant a^e.. S. F. A Caution— Before pur-
chasing elsewhere write us.
DRS. GOODWIN makes a specialty of diseases
of women; irregularities from any cause re-
stored In one day, or no charge; restores
strength and vigor of organ unexcelled; ma-
ternity home; best medical attendance; low
fees; 'cure, $5; pills, |1; when others fall,
see free of charge. 401 Van Ness aye., near
McAllister st.
XI- W process: a great progress in medical
science for female trouble; no matter from
what cause; no medicine or Instruments
used; restores in one day without fall; every
woman her own physician; away, disgrace;
consultation free: can be sent and used at
home; by the well known DR. POPPER. 31S
Kearny St.; pills and capsules. $1.
A TREATMENT that restores all cases of
monthly irregularities (from whatever cauße)
in a few hours; snfe and sure at all times
when others have failed; no Instruments used;
home In confinement; pills and capsules. $1;
every case guaranteed: consultation free and
confidential; hours 10 to 5 and 7 to 8. MRS.
DR. WYETH, 20« Turk St., near Jones.
A TREATMENT that restores Instantly all
cases of monthly irregularities from what-
ever cause: no Instruments used; guaranteed
cure at office, |E; travelers h"!pfd instantly;
home in confinement; consult free; hours 10 to
5, 7 to S. DR. and MRS. KOHL. 1122 Market.
LADIES. Chlchpster's English Pennyroyal Pills
(Diamond Brand), best; safe, reliable: take
no .ther: send 4c stamps for particulars,
"Relief for Ladles": lett'T by return mall; at
druggists. Chlcheater Cheiycal Co., Phiia,
DR. and MRS. WEOENER, 1312 Golden Gate
aye.. private home In confinement, with every
comfort; best care ond attendance; terms
moderate; Infants adopted into gnod homes.
DR. WISE'S private sanitarium, 807 Jones St.,
formerly of 800 Kearny and late of Ui-lvlew
Hospital, N. V. ; d: 'eases of women; advice
free; experienced lady attendant.
A BOON to wives and mothers— Seguro ; price
tl 50: RICHARDS & CO.. 406 Clny St.; send
2c stamp for particulars to Seguro Manu-
facturing Co., 531 X St., Sacramento, Cal.
ALPEAU'S French pills, a boon to ladles with
female troubles: no danger; safe cure; $2 50;
express C. O. D. ; don't delay until too late.
OBOOCHD BROS.. Coast Agents. Oakland, Cal.
NORTH Beach Sanitarium. 1412 Mnson St.; pri-
vate home In confln<'mer.t ; competent physi-
cians anil nurses; trms. reos. Powell-st. cars.
DRS. DONOVAN. UN Folsom St., tnkes ladles
at her home In their confinement: terms mod-
erate and everything strictly confidential.
DR. HALL. 9 McAllister St.; diseases of
W'.men and children.
LADIES— MI*. Dr. Puetz; Infallible, safe rem-
edies; 38 years' experience. 2.V4H Fourth st.
A FULL set of teeth, $5; see new flexible
plates; light and thin; warranted ten years;
teeth without plates, crown and bridge work
our specialty; fillings, 50c; crowns, $3 50: all
work painless and warranted. Chicago Den-
tal Parlors, 24 Sixth St.; telephone Jessl9 1132.
NEW YORK' dentists; painless extraction:
teeth, per set, $5 up; gold filling, 75c up; sil-
ver. 2T»c up; old plates made over. $1 up: all
work warranted; open evenings and Sundays.
969 Mission st:. cor. Sixth, and 371 Hayes st.
DR. LUDLUM HILL, 1443 Market St.. nr. 11th;
no ■ charge for extracting when plates are
made: old plates made over like new;' teeth
from $.8 per set: extracting We; gas given.
DR. GEORGE W. LEEK, genuine Leekdent-
ifit, discoverer of painless extraction and
patentee of improved bridge work or teeth
without plate, moved from 6 to 20 O'Farrell.
VAN~VROOM Electro Dental Parlors; full set
Of teeth, $5 up: fillings, SCc up; , ail work
painless and guaranteed to stand; open even-
Ings. 997 Market St., corner Sixth.
DR. LUELLA COOL, 554 Suttr-r: crowns. $5;
aluminum plates & bridge work a specialty.
removed to Call bldir.. Oth floor, rms. 603-UO7.
ALL work reasonable and warranted. DR. J.
'W. KEY. 1320 Market st.
SET of teeth without a plate. DR. H. C.
YOUNG. I*4l Polk Ft. ■■/■,-.■
STORAGE. ; ~" ~
FURNITURE, trunks, etc. Golden West Stor-
age warehouse. 840 Mission st. ; tel.. Mint 1821.
PIERCE-RUDOLPH Storage and Moving Co.;
office. Tenth and Market: telephone South 166.
FOR lawest rates go to LOUIS J. NEUMANN
121 Sixth St.; open evenings. -
615 LARKIN Branch office of Th« CalL
Subscriptions and want nd« taken.
~~ PROPOSALS. -•.. ■- ■ ■
order of the Board of Trustees of the State
Normal School .of San Diego, California, no-
tice is hereby - griven that sealed proposals
will be received by said board until 10 o'clock
a. m. of June 24. 1593. for furnishing the
materials and performing the labor necessary
■ fcr the erection and completion of the cen-
tral portion of the San Diego State Normal
School building. ..
Separate proposals will be i ocelved and I
separate contracts made for furnishing the \
materials and performing the labor neces-
sary for each of the following parts of said ;
building, to wit: 1, For the masonry work, j
including all brick, : concrete <■ and cement '
work and all necessary excavations and flu- j
In* 2, for the iron work; 3, for the carpenter. !
postering, electric and glazing work; 4. for
the plumbing and gas-fitting work; 6, for the
tinning and ealvan zed Iron work; 6. ; t?i
painting and varnishing. <
No proposal • will be considered unless ac-
companied with X bond of such proposer,
equal to 10 per cent of his Proposal, with at
least two good and sufficient sureties, con-
ditioned that if his proposal • shall be ac-
cepted .he will duly enter into a proper con-
Each proposal ;: must be made on blanks
furnished , for that purpose and. tcgether
with the above-mentioned bond. Inclosed In
a sealed envelope addressed to the Trustee* !
State Normal School of ban Diego, ;, with . an
Indorsement thereon snowing what portion or I
the building is - covered by the Inclosed pro-
posal, and delivered *to the Merchants' Na- ,
tional Bank of : Ban Diego California, befor.
10 o'clock a." m. of June M, IS3S. . •-.-. . \..r . ... .-
Said proposals ; will be publicly opened and i
contracts based thereon will •be made v. on
June 24. 13»3. at 10 o clock a. m.. at room M, \
Fisher Opera-house block. ,In San Diego, Cali-
fornia. * ' - ' ' ; ; '.' '■;' '. ' *':'" : :-5 --'..:.-;■; ■.• .
The contractors 'to whom contracts , are
awarded : will 'be required to file- with said '
board a ' irood ; and sufficient bond to . the !
amount of 25 per > cent of the ; contract price
for ■ the faithful and ; proper . performance . of '
;.'. his 'contract, l ,■■ '■,:.■■■ '_' ■■''[ ■•■ . : -;. .- ■ . ; : .:- ■
The ; plans ; and : specifications of said build-
Ing can be seen during business hours at th«
office of Hebbard A Gill, architects. Grant
building, ; San Diego. ; California. - .. --^.
The Board ,of .Trustees i reserves ■ the right
to reject any or all ; proposals made. : .
i " State Normal ! School of : San Diegro. Call-
fornia. »•-.?-- v; ■'■ •-' '■■ '■■--'' '-' r '-' -'-'•' ■■■- ■ ■■
By W R. GUY. . President Board Trustees.
P Attest! ROBERT C. JONES. Secreta™.
JOHN F. NOBLE, ex-Deputy U. S. Marshal,
and GEORGIA NOBLE, adiuster in the Mint
under Gen. La Grange, will receive valuable
information by addressing OSCAR T.
SHUCK, attorney-at-law, 50y Kearny St., San
JOHN T. DILWORTH, wheelwright, in San
Francleco last In 1886, and JOHX T. DIL-
WORTH JR., printer, or their heirs, will re-
ceive valuable information by addressing
OSCAR T. SHUCK, attorney at law. 509
Kearny St.. San Francisco.
MARRY— Join our special department; money
refunded if not suited within six months;
send 12c for monthly matrimonial paper and
terms. "Wedding Bel!/' 11l Ellis St., S. F.
THE raclfic, 405 Gear}'— Only legitimate matri-
monial assn. west of Chicago ; details free.
PACIFIC Employment Offices will furnish you
with first-class male or female help; hours
7 a. m. to 9 p. m. 777 Market st.
I AM a first-class hair dresser. The very latest
styles of coiffures, 25c only. Good switches,
$1; best, finest quality, $3 50; extra heavy,
king, $;>. Open Sundays from 9 to 12. O.
LEDERER, 111 Stockton St.
QT'INONIA hair tonic makes a. good head of
hair. G. LEDERER. 11l Stockton St.
COSTLESS clothes — Clothes made to order;
clothes that fit; clothes that jar the high-
priced tailors in quality of goods and mini-
mum of price; for instance, on a $20 suit,
$5 down and $1 per week. Agency BOSTON
WOOLEN MILLS, 920 Broadway. Oakland.
ELECTRIC lights in every room; Winchester
House, 44 Third St., near Market; 200 rooms.
2."c to $1 E0 per night; $1 50 to $6 per week;
free bus and baggage to and from the ferry.
CEMETERY fences; best work; lowest price*.
DOUGLASS. 1716 Central aye., nr. Bush st.
MRS. DR. JOHNSTON, masseuse, electrician,
trained nurse; office heated. 579 Geary st.
HOME In confinement: diseases of women.
SIRS. DR. FUNKE, 1416 fcth St., Alameda,
CLOAKS and fine tailor-made suits to order at
wholesale figures. 20 Sansome st.
SUITS to order on easy Installments. L.
LEMOS. 1117 Market St.. bet. 7th and Bth.
MME. GOLDSTEIN— EIegant, etyliah dresses.
$o up; dresses made over. 6 Eddy st., rm. 88.
SAN FRANCISCO Ladles' French Tailoring
College. 916 Market st.
MRS. DR. F. CLARK, the distinguished trance
clairvoyant and medium; xrhUe entranced she
will reveal every hidden mystery in life; she
will show you how to overcome your enemies,
remove family troubles, restore lost affec-
tions; uniteg the separate, recovers lost,
stolen or burled property; locates treasures,
minerals; tells your entire life, past, present
and future, while in a perfect trance. Hours
10 a. m. -to 5 p. m.: perfect satisfaction guar-
anteed by mall. Send stamp for circular with
special terms. MRS. DR. F. CLARK, rooms
25 and 26, 1206 Market St., opposite Sixth.
A— MRS. DR. E. J. MOORE, 1346 Market s». :
trance medium. Without asking a question
the tells the name of her callers; sha i»1!b
past, present and future correctly; tells ynur
ege and occupation; she reunites the sepa-
rated, changes luck, causes speedy and happy
marriages with the one of your choice; she
1 'Ptes buried treasures, removes evil influ-
ences and all long-standing ailments. Letters
with stamps enclosed promptly answered.
Hours 10 a. m. to 8 p. m.
MME. HANSON, palmist, card reader; past,
present ami future; 25c. 148 Sixth St., room 10.
MME. MORJEAU. best medium and card
render; 25c up; German spoken. 73 Fourth tt.
MME. HA VENA rends life fluently; business
advice; names given; 2,' c up. 5 Fourth st.
MISS EDNA V. GRANT, card reader and
palmist. 215 Kearny Et., room 2.
MME. SYRTLLE, cradle to grave: future hua-
bnnd's picture, 25c; ladles. 914 O'Farrell st.
MRS. DR. A XX A THOMAS, first In her pre-
fesslon; never fails; advice; help. 929 Post st.
MME. YOUNG'S convincing test circle to-
right. Me; fine music. 605 McAllister.,
C. V. MILLER'S materializing trumpet seance,
? p. m., 2."c. 409 L«a yon worth st.
MRS. RT'TLER. reliable clairvoyant, card
reader: Hindoo control: hours 10-5. 579 Geary.
MME. LX NORMANDE, reliable clairvoyant,
card reader, magnetic treatment. 401 Leavnwth.
MRS. SHAFFER, test and business medium:
Rittint^ daily. 212H Sixth st.
MRS SHRINER, clairvoyant for business and
spiritual sittings. 120 McAllister; tel. Jess!e,9sS.
MRS. KLLIS, medium. 233 Valencia st. ; read-
ings $1; clr. Tues., Fri., 2 p. m. ; Sat., 8; 25c.
MRS. J. J. WHITNEY, trance, teat and busi-
ness medium. 232 Stockton St.
M FRANCES, independent 3late-wrltlng me-
dium. US Halght st.
MRS. CHANDLER; readings. Tues.. Thurs.,
Sat. at hall. 3"" Larktn St.; Mon., Wed., Fri.,
• residence. 313 Qesxy st.
CAL. Institute. 402 Vi Geary; hypnotism taugnt;
diplomas iFsued; diseases and habits cured.
WANTED— A good strong horse for laundry
wagon. 2241 Mission st.
40 HORSES for sale; also wagons, buggies,
carts, harne«; Grand Arcade Horw Mar-
ket, 327 Sixth st.: auction «al"s every Wednes-
day. SULLIVAN & DOYLE, Auctioneers.
CAMP wagons, buggies, wngons, harness of all
kinds: 40 hnrses: mimt sell. Emporium Sales
Yanip, 22<i Valencia ft. T. P. NEWEU*
wagonsTand carriages.
GOOD hack, coupe, surrey and wagonette, and
gp^ond-hand and new wagons: cheap. Bull's
Head Repository. Fifteenth an i Vairnela.
THREE-QUARTER end sprinf, ball bearing
axle, rubber tire, plf.no body buggy. Can be
seen at O'BRIEN & SONS', Golden Gate aye.
and Polk at.
SPKCIAL pale of harness and vehicles. Lle-
buld Harness Co., 211 Larktn, opp. City Hall.
FINE laundry, baker's and milk wagonß cheap
for cash or installments: 1 fine top and open
buggy: a)po 1 hack. 82S Harrison st.
LOANS on furniture or pianos In S. F., ORk-
land or Alamrda. at lowest rates, without
removal; no commissions; no delays. J.
NOON AN. 1017 to 1023 Mission, above Sixth;
tel. South 14.
$r* UP to any amount on Indorsed paper,
pianos, furniture or Jewelry; all business
strictly confidential; private offices. M. E.
DOUGAN & CO., 230 Kearny St., upstairs.
ANY amount at 6V4 per cont on real estate; 2d
and 8(1 mortgages, estates, real estate In pro-
bate, furniture without removal. R. Mc-
COLGAN, 24 Montgomery fct.. room 8.
OAKLAND leans on real estate secured
promptly; reasonable Interest and moderate
expenses. HUGH M. CAMERON; Real Es-
tate Broker, 479 Ninth st.. Oakland.
HIGHLY respectable and private place to ob-
tain liberal advances on diamonds and Jew-
elry at the lowest rates. Baldwin Jewelry
Store. 948 Market st. : tel. Green 204.
ON furniture, pianos, city or Oakland; no re-
moval: low rates: no commission; $25 up;
private party. BONNTCLLI. 120 Powell st.
IIOf'.OOO TO loan on Income city property: $10,-
000 on furniture. G. W. OWSN. 1415 Call bids.
REAL estate, furniture or pianos, any amount;
lowest rates. Becker & Co.. 328 Montgomery.
ANY sum. Ist or 2d mortgages, estates In pro-
bate, etc. Room 7. 50S California st. —
$T>o TO $50,000: lowest rates; Ist and 2d mortg. :
any proposition. Dryden. 413 Montgomery st.
CITY and country: any sum: Ist and 2d mort-
gages, estates, etc. MURPHY. «2S Market st.
ON pianos, furnituie: no removal: lowest
rates; no com : private, llfi McAllister st.
WANTED —To borrow SiftOO on good paper
route: reference*. Address box 4457, Call.
LOANS on real ertate. bonds, etc.; lowest
rates. M-AFKK BROS. IPS Montgomery St.
E:E wise and bcrrow from the Cut Rate Loan
Office. 22 Miiwi" Ft., bet. Market and Eddy.
ADVICE free on all legal matters. T. F.
Stack. 14 McAllister st.. room (54.
ADVICE free; no charge unless successful.
W. W. DAVIDSON, ?27 Market St.
BANCROFT, 2J47, Berkeley— Buritay, well-fur-
nished room? with board: fine view; five min-
utes to Berkeley station.
WANTED— Bicycle; second hand: state price,
eta. Box 445 L CalL
Must be sold by June L
$13,000— Fine 3-story building; store and flats;
extra large lot, 53x137:6; only partially im-
proved, aud rents $105; mortgage $10,500.
$1800— Eighteenth st., near Church; lot SSrlOO;
good 4-room cottage and bath.
$1500— Nice cottage on Diamond St., close to
Castro and Chenery; contains 6 room* and bath.
$6800— Broderick Bt., near California; 2 mod-
ern flats of 6 and 7 rooms, bath, etc. ; rent
$62 50; lot 27:6x85.
$-1250 — A fine new residence of 8 rooms and
bath. Just completed; all modern improve-
ments; latest p'umbing; lot 25x100; In select
neighborhood; Park Panhandle district; 117
Beulah St., near Shrader.
$8000— Folsom St., near Eighth; large lot, 50x
90, with 2-story house of 10 rooms; portion of lot
$6500— Rents $780 per annum; new, handsome
flats, on best portion of Hayes st. ; short walk
from Market St.; large lot.
$4Soo— Offer wanted; rent $47; Pino «t., near
Franklin; 2 flats of 4 and 5 rooms and bath
each; also cottaga on rear street; lot has two
$25,000— Golden Gate aye.; corner of prominent
street; large lot, 40x90; improvements consist
of flats and i stores; rents $177 50.
$S2so— Hayes st near Fillmore; handsome
flats of 6, 7 and 7 rooms and bath each; lot
27:6x137:6; rent $75.
$3000— Tehama St.. near Eighth; 2-story frame
building, containing S rooms; also 2-story house
of 8 rooms in rear; rent $35; lot 26x75.
10 Montgomery st.
$250 and upward— Nice level lot? on Twenty-
sixth aye., close to Clement st. ; electric cars on
Clement st.; $50 cash, balance $10 monthly.
Another Bargain— s2.=>so; corner Hayes and
Clayton sts.; 20x106; must be sold to close an
Only $700— Douglass St., near Elizabeth; street
graded, sewered and macadamized; 25x125; easy
$2750— Price reduced; Fulton st., bet. Webster
and Fillmore; 25x137:6; nice neighborhood; a
good location for flats.
$1600— Cole St.. bet. Frederick and Waller;
25x100; street accepted; stone walks; only $300
cash required.
$2350— Baker St., bet. Oak and Page; over-
looking entrance to the Park Panhandle; very
sightly building lot.
$limo— Noe st., bet. Twenty-third and Twenty-
fourth; 25x100.
$1000— Third aye., bet. Clement and Califor-
I nia sts.; best residence lots in Richmond; 25x
ICJ each: easy terms; $50 cash, $10 monthly.
$1400 — Frederick st., near Cole; sunny side;
lots on grade; growing locality; 25x100; only
$250 cash required.
$850 each — Two lots on California st., bet.
Eleventh and Twelfth ayes. ; 25x100 each.
$1000 — A^bargaln; Jackson St., near Cherry; ]
25x120; easy terms; street work done.
$1500 — Walnut st., near Sacramento; lot 32:7% j
x 87:6; small cash payment; street bituminlzed. j
$2000 — Van Ness aye., near Francisco st. ; 25x
100; street bituminlzed.
$1250— Carl St.. bet. Wlllard and Btanyan;
10 Montgomery st.
$16,000 TO LOAN
Must be good San Francisco property.
10 Montgomery st.
$9000— Corner Investment on Folsom St., and :
within 3 blocks of Kearny, Market and Third j
sts.; 3 substantial modern flats of 7, 7 and 6 j
rooms and bath each, which cost $15,000 to
build; rents |S1 per month: 25x100; owner lives !
in England, and has given positive orders to
sell. G. H. T'MBRBN & CO.^4 Montgomery.
ISO— 140x300; BLOCK IS3, Abbey Homestead As-
sociation, San Mateo County. CHARLES C.
FISHER. 624 Murket St.
HOUSE and lot for sale; lot 25x80; house 5
rooms. 21 Morris aye.
A—so-pageA — 50-page illustrated catalogue with map
free at A. M. SPECK & CO., 602 Market st.
x I NTH. 167— Branch office of U-e Call, sub-
scriptions and want ads taken.
MODERN cottage in Berkeley for exchange
for country property; near Auburn preferred.
Address box 7Joo, Call office.
WRITE for list; good land, $10 and $20 an acre.
M. GRIFFIN, Cottonwood, Shasta Co.. Cal.
CHEAPEST and best in America— Weekly
Call. Sent to any address In the United
States, postpaid, for $1 50 a year.
GREAT sacrifice; 20 acres good Sonoma County
land, Improved; 4-room house, barn, chicken-
houses; 2 horses; full line farming Imple-
ments; 6 acres vines ; balance corn and
beans; good road; near station; will ex-
change for city property; or $800 cash, balance
easy terms. Address J. JENSEN, , IG3 : Third.
TO exchange — Houses and lots for ranches. J.
H. EDSON, 1209 Broadway. Oakland.
CHEAPEST and best in America— Weekly
Call. Sent to any address in the United
States or Canada one year for {1 50, postage
free. •
MODERN residence wanted; 7 to 10 rooms;
. north or west side of street on . Pacific or
•Presidio Heights: cost not to exceed $3000; :
state price and details. Address box 4003, Call. I
WANTED— A country home for a paying li-
quor business. SPECK & CO., 602 Market st.
20 acres near Santa Rosa; 10 acres in corn."' 6
acres in vineyard ; family orchard : stock and
tools; house and barn; will sell for HMO;
■nap. E. E. BUNCE. 90S Broadway, Oakland.
FOR sale or exchange for San Francisco cot- i
tage, , house and lot centrally located. Ad-
dress! 902 Third St., Oakland.
HANDSOME modern cottage for sale in Fruit-
vale. Oakland, 5 rooms and lot 06:2-3x150, with
flowers and fruit galore; street sewered: price
to be fixed by buy owner is East and
must have money; $400 all that is required
at present: this Is a rare opportunity. WM. '
. M. DeWOI-F. 10:.S Broadwfty. Oakland.
FURNISHED cottage. Apply to-day at 1303
Baker st., near Geary, San Francisco.
CHESTNUT, 2023— New C- room cottage; neatly
furnished: piano; $30.
HOTEL WIL.SON. newly furnished and reno-
vated; under new' management: entire satis-
faction guaranteed ; American and European j
plan; the table Is a special feature: meals \'>2
up; special rates week or mo. W. H. Euehler
& Co.. Props.. 1165 Washington. Tel. Main 163.
UNFURNISHED rms. to rent Abrahamson bdg.
BE. cor. ISth A Wash: Abrahamaon Bros.
SUITE of pleasant ,-' sunny rooms; running j
water; fireplaces; excellent board. MRS. -E.
W. MERILL, 1427 Franklin «t., Oakland. ■:
FINE gunny suite; also sunny single room; va- I
cant June 1. THE LORNE. G62 Eighth st.
FURNITURE anl household goods this week.
SCHEI.LHAAS' old Ftnre. 40S Eleventh St.
$1200. $1700. $1800. $2200, $2600. $3000.-
The above are lovely • cottages, - which . have
been . thrown : on the ; market ■ for - non-payment
of installments, and they are now offered at a
great ' racrtflce to closa accounts. They contain
4, 5. 6 and 7 rooms, and are finished up to date;
| almost new, and located near schools and sta-
tions. ' • - - .
; We are ■ going to weed r them out. and Invite
inspection. MARCUSE * REMMEL,
Bay-st. station, Alamedn, and 628 Market St..
San Francisco. Open Sundays and holidays. ,
FURNISHED rooms and board near beach. 1524
.;. Clinton aye., Alameda. ■-; ; "."■:■>
BEST, healthiest 'i place "on this coast; very i
; cheap to the ; right party; house, stable - and !
garden, In East Berkeley. Apply at Call. .r.
- • Birth, marriage :. and death ; notices ■ sent . by
: mail will ;'-not"; '-not " be > Inserted, They ■■■ must be
handed: In at ' either iof I the publication offices
and be endorsed with the name ana residence of
parties authorized to have the same publlataed.
AARON— To the wife of S. Aaron, a son.
BRUHNS— In this city. May 18. 1898, to the
wife of C. H. Bruhns, a son.
JRASSER— Near Georgetown, Cal., May 25.
IS9B, to the wife of William Grasser, a daugh-
GAFFNEY— In this city. May 80. 1898, to the
wife of Frank Gaffney, a daughter.
LEVENBERG— In this city, May 22, 1898, to
the wife of Louis Levenberg, a daughter.
OTTO— May 17, IS9S, to the. wife of R. W. Otto.
a daughter.
HOSLER— In Madera, May 24. IS9S. to the wife
of J. H. Hosier, a son.
TILLEY— Near Lodi. Cal., May 21. IS9B, to the
wife of Allen Alley, a son.
WORMSLEY— In this city, May 13. 1898, to the
wife of George E. Wormsley, a daughter.
COLLINS— YERXA— May 29. IS9S, by the Rev.
Philip Graif, James Nelson Collins and Mrs.
Frances L. Ycrxa, both of Oakland.
COOK— GREENE— In this city. May 26, IS9B. at
the residence of the bride's mother, by the
Rev. George C. Adams, Asahel R. Cook of
Norwich, Conn., and Ida A. Greene of San
IcCVLLOCH— JONES— In San Jose. May 23,
I*9B, by the Rev. Dr. WakefleKl. Robert An-
derson McCulloch and Effle Belle Jones.
26, IS&S, by the Rev. W. B. McElwee, J. E\
O'Connor and Lillian Breyfogle.
WESTON— COOPER— In Mariposa, May 25,
1888, by the Rev. Henry Neate, Charles H.
Weston and Nellie Cooper.
Boyhan, Mary McGowan, Mrs. L.
Breen, Margaret Morrisy, William
Casey, Michael J. Olsen, Ada
Dehertogrle, Adrian ' Oviedo, Louis P.,
DoDOhoe, James Price. Mrs. Anita
Eccles. Robert S. Qulnlan. Dr. William
Ettinger. Marie Robinson. Bessie
Finn, Robert E. Schuur, Cnnnidlne
Grimes, Mre. Mary Smi<lth, Frank
Grove, J. H. Tolley, Nellie B.
Hoag. William L. Wrenn. Dr. Elizabeth
Letcher, Maud W. Wyss, Maria
BOYHAN— In this city. May 30, 1898, Mary,
beloved wife of John Boyhan, and mother of
Joseph Boyhnn, Mrs. M. J. Gorman and Mrs.
J. C. Daly, a native of BallbrigKan, County
Dublin, Ireland, aged 60 years. (New Haven
papers please copy.)
(C? r Friend3 are respectfully invited to at-
tend the funeral to-morrow (Wednesday), at
8:.S0 o'clock, from her late residence. IMS
Twentieth street, thence to St. James Church,
where a solemn requiem mass will be cele-
brated for the repose of her sou., commencing
at 9 o'clock. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.
BREEN-- In this city. May 30, ISM, Margaret,
only and beloved daughter of Jennie and the
lnte John P.reen, sister of William T. and
John J. Breen. and beloved niece of Mrs.
Philip Ryan. Mrs. T. Gagan and James, Pat-
rick ar.-.\ Michael Martin Foparty, a native
of San Francisco, aged 18 years 9 months and
14 "Jays.
(C7"Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Wednesday), at 9 o'clock, from her late
residence. 1 1329% Dolores street, thence to St.
Paul's Church. Twenty-ninth and Church
streets, where a solemn requiem high mass
will be celebrated for the repose of ncr soul,
commencing at 9:30 o'clock. Interment Holy
Cross Cemetery. • . -
CASEY— In this city. May 30. 1893. Michael J.
Casey, beloved father of • Frank and May
Casey, and Mrs. James Graham, a native of
Ireland, aged 54 years 9 months and 20 days.
Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Wednesday), at 1:30 o'clock, from his late
residence, MS Shipley street, thence to St.
Patrick's Church, where services will be
held at 2 o'clock. Interment Mount Calvary
Cemetery. Please omit flowers.
DEHERTOGLE— In this city. May 29. 1898.
Adrian Dehertogle, beloved father of Frank,
■ Azaline, Adrienne and Lucy Dehertogle, a
native of Belgium, aged 53 years.
CTFrlencls and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Wednesday), at 1 o'clock, from the parlors
of Gantner & Guntz Undertaking Company.
8 and 10 City Hall square. Interment Cypress
Lawn Cemetery.
DONOHOE— Jn Santa Clara, May 2?, 1898,
James Pnnnhoe, a native of New York City,
aged 71 years.
ECCLEB— In this city. May 3", 1898. Robert S..
eldest and beloved son of John S. and Anna
M. Bcctes, a native at New York, aged 39
years. (New York papers please copy.)
tCTTh<; funeral will take place this day
(Tuesday), at 2:30 o'clock, from the resl-
fleore of the parents, 3541 Mission street. In-
ttciaenl I. O. O. F. Cemetery.
ETTIXOEK— In this city, May 29, 1858. Marie.
beloved wife of Max C. Ettinger, a native of
Strasshurg, Oermnny, aged 3' years.
FIXX -In this city. May 30, ISOS, Robert E.,
beloved son of James T. and Ellen Finn,
and brother of John M., Sister Mary Lor-
et?a, Jimoa W.. Thomas F.. Edward P..
William H., Joseph T.. Georse L... N°l!le J..
Julia M. and Francis B. Finn and Mrs. G.
B. Kennard, a native of San Francisco, aged
IS yean nnd R months.
ORIMES— In San Jose, May 27, IS9S. Mrs.
Mary Grimes, a native of Ohio, aged 59
GROVE— In Chowchil'.a, May 21, KM. J. H.
Grove, a native of Virginia, aged 46 years.
HOAG— In Snn Jose. May 27, IS9S. William L.
Hoag, a native of New York, aged 65 years
6 months and 22 days.
LETCHER— In this city. May 29, IS9S, Maud
W., beloved wife of Beverly Letcher, and
daughter of George E. and Anna R. Welling-
ton, a native of San Francisco, aged 25 years
and 4 months.
(r^Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to rsttend the funeral to-morrow
(Wednesday), at ,2 o'clock, from the residence
of her parc-nt*, *1420 Sacramento street. In-
terment private.
IfcGOWAH— In Fresno. Mrs. Laura MoGowan,
a native of lowa, aged 43 years 5 months and
2 dnys.
MORRISY— In this city. May 29, 1898, William
Morrisy, a native of Ireland, aged 32 years.
CyFrlends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Wednesday), at 2 o'clock, from the parlors
of J. C. O'Connor & Co., 767 Mission street.
Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.
Y. M. I.— the officers and members of
Golden Gate Council No. 24, Y. M. I.: You
are hereby notified to attend the funeral of
our late brother. W. Morrisy, to-morrow
(Wednesday), at 2 o'clock, from the parlors
Of J. C. O'Connor & Co., 767 Mission street.
F. D. BLANCH ARD. Cor. Sec.
OLSEN— In Alameda, May SO, IS9S, Ada. dearly
beloved wife of A. P. Olsen, and daughter of
T. H. B. Rosenberg, a native of. Santa Bar-
bara, Cal., aged 29 years and 6 months. - •.-
OVIEDO— In this city. May 30, 189 S. Louis P.
Oviedo, •M. P.. beloved hnsband of Alicia G.
Oviedo. son of Mrs. C. Ovledo. and brother
of Eliza C. Ovledo, a native of San Francisco,
ape<i 27 years 1 month and 12 days. . . ■,
ITT" Friends and acquaintances . are respect-
fully Invited to attend th« funeral to-morrow
(Wednesday), at 9:30 o'clock, from his late
residence. Valencia street, thence to Mis-
sion Dolor** Church, corner Sixteenth . and
Dolores streets, where a solemn requiem mass
will be celebrated for the repose. of his soul,
commencing at 10 o'clock. Interment Holy
Cross Cemetery.
Y. M. I.— To the officers and members fit Ror-
romean Council No. 129, Y. M. I.: You are
hereby notified T to . assemble to-morrow
(Wednesday), at !> o'clock, at 297 Valencia
street for the ' purpose of attending the fu-
neral of (lir late brother. Dr. Louis P.
Oviedo .TAMES A. RILEY. Pres.
harry McCarthy, gee.
PRICE— San Jose, May 2S. IS9S, Miss "Anita
Price, a native of California. aged 65 years. -
QUINLAN— In this city. May SO, ISPS. Dr. Wil- .
Ham J. Qulnlan. beloved : brother of Thomas
J. and ' Jeremiah M. Qulnl.in, a native of Dun-
kirk, N. V., aged 40 ' years.
|C7"The funeral will take place this day/
(Tuesday), nt 1 o'clock, from the funeral par-
lors of Porter & White, 122 Eddy street. In-
terment private.
ROBINSON— In thl3 city, May 30, 1898, Bessie,
beloved daughter of Thomas B. and Carrie
Robinson, a native of San Francisco, aged
2 years and 6 months.
SCHUUR— In this city, May 29. IS9B, Con-
radine, dearly beloved wife of the late John
11. Schuur, mother of William J. Schuur. and
sister of Bf-rnhard ' RodenV.eck. a native of
Emden, ; Hanover, . Germany, aged 49 years
and 5 months. ■--■.: '•■■■-.'.
ITTFr'endF and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Wednesday), at 2 o'clock, from her late resi-
dence, GIS Lombard street. Members of Hoff- :
nunp Lodge No. 1. Order of Hermann's Sons-
Sisters, are ' respectfully invited to attend.
Interment Odd Fellows', Cemetery- ' " »"
SMIDTH— Near Whitloclra. May 21. 1893. Frank .
Smidth, ■'■ a native of Prussia, aged about 28
'. years.
TOLLEY— In this ctly. May SO. 1595, Nellie B. ,
Tolley, beloved daughter of Mrs. C. Moffltt.
and sister of Mrs. D. S. Rrownley. a native of
Portland, Or., aged 21 years 1 month and 27
days. •'■: •
WREXX —In Placervllle. . May 23. 1898, Dr.
Elizabeth K. Wrenn, a native of, Germany,
nged 53 years 1 month and IS days.
WYSS— • this . city. May .23. 189 S. Maria, .
■ clearly beloved wife of Paul "Wyss. dearly be-
loved mother " of ; Paulina and Alfred Wyss,
and sister of John and Jacob Merster of Sac- "•■
ramento and Mary Bias! of; Switzerland, ■ a
native of .Canton ; Salothurn. Switzerland.
a^erl 72 years 2 months and 20 days. : ■ •
"[^?"Frl»nd9 and acquaintances are ; respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral . to-morrow
(Wednesday), 'at 8:30 o'clock, from her late
residence, 269 Fell street, thence to St. -Boni-
face Church, Golden Gate avenue, near Jones
street, where . a ' solemn • requiem high "■ mass ;
will be celebrated for the repose of her soul.
commencing .at ,9; o'clock. Interment Holy :
Cross Cemetery.
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