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BUSPfKSB chances.
Li aTTr^stai 7 -
r.1 i : Ciutral locality actually worth *■ i«xj ■
price $150. PA C. EXCHANGE, 23 irny st. *'
q->,<) SELL OUT YOLR BUSINESS GO TO I O
1 BARNAKD.2OP Kearnyst.: established 1859.1t
v -(Wi SAILOR BOARDING AND LODGING
ijuVXJ. house on water fro it; '.:, rooms »it»
l^ase; Cue u»w buiiaing: a poiive bargain. 1 D
BARNARD, 209 .my st. •
Q*~ O - P AYiNG CKiAR-STORE ON LFAD-
— *'• -ng Street: sal a about $15 dally must
Mil. JONAS & CO.. 632 Market su j.«3 2t*
V>INE COFFEE AND IXNCH PAIILOR, HALF
1 ■ <-r whole, for sale; on Market st. : very cheap;
s»!cs ?50 to dally., JONAS a CO., 0. - Market
fe:r^(t. j.~3 2t»
vl 'j|/| «RO< I ,V AND BAB: 3 LIVING RMS:
<. UV'V'. tofjiiii. Pac Fxchaii«>-. 23 Kfafr.v. *
i M)H EX SALOON: "CLEARING $200 MONTH;
V 1 tiisu;re>inotit: JJ2SOD. . Pac. Ex.. -^3 &aa> y. •
(£1 I ill RESTAURANT AND BAKERY AT
t*X\*\i. half value on account of sickness; must
sell at once. B. WHITE, 873^ Market st. •
.■•■,(( PARTNER WANTED IN DAT 8A-
« _»m». loon; downtown ainon; the wholesale
liouses: Ing nice tr. de: owner prefers partner to
hire! help. Apply K. KESNY. 10Q4 Market st. *
BIN. and lodging house in east
Oakland; good location: near railroad station ■
good bus. ness: must be sold; Investigate, .1 EICH-
i LAI !'.. 759 Mar.-. St. Je'J 3t
TTltcher-shoFTn Oakland, J. eichen-
I> LAUB.7SJ Market st. j*2 3t
VINE MARKET- ST. SALOON; DOING GOOD
x business; $20 a day: lons lease. Apply EICH-
V.NI.AIP, & CO.. 759 Market st. .:7t*
I/ ROOMS; GOOD LOCATION: $769. • SIT 7 -
J U LAUGHLIN A CO.. 26 Kearny st. js3 3*
<1 i (111 KOUTK FOR SALE, < I i.Ai:i\ $100
*jl\i\J\J. to $125 per mouth. For particulars
address J. C. H.. box 85, Call Branch OtHce. ie3 4t*
MIST ONCE; NO REASONABLE
offer refi:se<l: good hotel; CO t.?oiiis. b?r and
1 -uures, pool table; good location. 444 Brauuau.3 7»
I>ARTNER WITH SMALL CAPITAL TO EX-
X tend a cash business: profits 2'JO percent: no
si'sht or Sunday work. Address Partner, box 111.
Call Branch Office. je3 :;t*
/ -IGAR STAND; LIVING ROOM: LAUNDRY
V.' pays rent; good trade. 305yj^_th st. je3 ~. t*
j>ANAMARCSTUAHANT FOK~SALE. APPLY '<
X 272 Brannanat, je3 3t*
Q 1 .' A PARTNER WANTED Tn LIHHT,
«J '''"• pleasant business: will clear $iSS par
month. Apply 1007 Market st. room 1. j«3 3t*
CTAT I O NER Y~ ICE CREAM AND^ CANDY
O store for sale, on account of sickness: no reason-
able offer relused: clears about $60. 254 l-<tir:t, :
street. je3 at*
Q^r^/k basis oppobtcmtt to BUY Vik«t-
V"""' class produce and delicacy store: ceo- ,
tially located; muretiun value givcu iii atoek; no :
charge for good will; Mvinc romis attached: low
rent; fullest investigation given. 52 i Bush St. j3 4*
O'jTX FOR MALE— PReFtY 1 ITTLE RES
•_•*-' »-'• taoraut: good loeatien: rent $20: gold
for less than cost cf tittine up on account of sick-
ness. Stiti Howard Bt., ear rift Is. jel 2t*
QI-f\ RESTAURANT AND CHOPHOUSK;
yl^"- bi.ge>t baryniq ever oirereil. 3:55 i ■_. 3a. 1
QCX FRUIT AND CIGAR STAND: STOCK
t^ O'Jt worth alone $150; must be sold in two
days. 334 Third St. je3 2t*
Cl E CORNER: 1 ROOM A T-
tacbed; clearing f!5O mouth: roust sell on ac-
connt other business. Inquire 41 Tur i st. je3 7t*
EXPRESS BUSINESS; DOUBLE TEAM;
plenty regular work; other business: cheap.
Apply after 6 k m.. 201 Ash aye.. o'S Van Ness. 3 3*
TPOR SALE AT A BARGAIN — FINEST FITTED
X up and paying saloon: old-established place;
good location; must be bold oa account of cealh.
24S Sutler st. je3 2t*
A LOON 108 SALE-RECEIPTS AVERAGE
Sl5 perday; fair stock; low re it : other bnsi-
ijess cause of seiiitig. 711 Howard tt.. or J. \V ,
DONNELLY. BCS Marte: st. jel 4v*
I » IG BARGAIN ;GROCKRV STORE AND SALOON
J>RE AND SALOON
J-' doing good business; seMinor en account eoing
rut of business, Apply Branch o<CSce. jc2 Tt*
D «TOKE: $U«U; ML»T lili SOLD. AS
XJ owners have other busiucss. Address Drne*.
box 127. Cali Branch oilice. 3e3 4t*
I>EER ROUTE Ftm SALE; HORSE AND
X> wagon. 131 a Stockton st.. livery stable. je3 3t*
"J)LUMBING BUSINESS: GOOD JOBBING
-L traae and all ooceai i tools for sale; investiga-
tion^ given. 1620 Post sc. j&3 3t* '
CX CHEAP; AC-
V^ count of sickness. 311 Fifth st. •
CfQfinn OR VIIA, EXCHANGE FOR UNIN-
V UJWi euro be red city or 'ccross-tlie-bay
realty, ooe-fourth interest in baric of 937 tons:
iioing good .business. Address Bark, box 45, this
oSice. je2 lot
or,-; saloon— ROOMS and kitchen- a
0 I tj . fine place; must he aoht at once; no reason-
able effer refused: rent $15. 'It - Union st. ; cable-
road. je2 at'
VOX BALE— MILK ROUTE; 6 CANS TRADE;
X horse, waston and caas. , lire at Assembly
Salcoa, Mission and Ocean roads. ie2 3t*
1 'OOD CHANCE — FURNITURE AND MASU-
\J facturlng business. 656 Miss; on st. }e2 3t*
1.1 EST AUK ANT— MAN WITH LITTLK MONEY;
JLi sood chance: not necessary to understand busi-
ness: any oiif can run it. fail Branca. }<-'2 7t*
T?OR SALE — WELL -PAYING WINE AND
X Ilqnor hou?e. "139 Mission ft. WINE AM>
r iiou^e. 243? Mission gt. j-
QOAUA CATEHEIt AND PURVEYOR BCSI-
V. OuuUi ness; oldest. u;o«t complete; iiuuieuse
stock silver, chins and jrlassware; linens; eiegaut
furnishings; v.uuabie provisions and wines; "200
Vienna chairs; horses, wagou. new trueS, carrtape* ;
lease; low rtnt; retires from business. MB.
«.\IiEN'AU, 728 Golden Gate aye. tiiyJ7 14t
"I>ARE OPIORTUNITY TO BUY - : CLASS
It sta'.ioaery and notion business centrally 16-
-c •■ '; established 15 years; roorethaD value given
in .sttple stuck; no charge for tri>od will: niout-hly
sales average a riet prut: «.:s*<>■.); fullest iuvesti-
fation civen. Apply or address CUNNINGHAM,
CURTIS!* A- WELCH, 329 San»«»:is st. mylU tf
JI.Y LIQUOR-STOBE; 8175U: GREAT
X ' ,r_u :: : must change hands on account of unex-
p»*Cted- circumstances. For particulars apply 410
st. my if
r.Q(in GOODOY*TER AND CHOP HOUSE.
COvv. Apply Call Branch. jel :n*
v.' 1 / 1.-777 GROCERY AND BAE; FINE TRADE;
CIUUU. goo'! locality. Caa Branch, jel 3t«
~Q_ \f\f\ PARTNER: SALOON; CALL, INVES-
C lU". tizate. Bremen Beer Hall, 903 Kearny
ureet. jel 3t*
"POR SALE— CANDY-STORK AND ICECREAM
J j«rlor, neatly nM.*d up; living rwums: rent low.
vU7 Hayes St.; do agents. jel 3t*
T7OR SALE-CHEAP; GROCERY AND BAR; 3
X Irving rooms; a bargain to-day: no oupo-
I ro rrn: a burjain If sold to-4ay: n
Bitloa. 713 Clementir.ast. jel 3l»
Tmucken and duck ranch for sale, or
CS A* EC SALE. OR
\J take partner: other business to attend to. Ap-
ply T wetity-niiith st. and Saa Bruno road, swteney 'a
htocryard. jel 3t»
ITT'OR SALE— FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY BtToI-
-T ness on Market st: central location; low rent:
sickness cause of selling. Address M,, box 111, Call
Brapcfai'Cice. jel 3f
C' 1 GROCERY AND BAR; A BARGAIN.
O I uV. 523-Mi:ina st. jel 3t*
PARTNER WANTED: SMALL CAPITAL:
i !ioo<l-payjcg corner 6aiooi. Apply 203 Third
t tree t. jel 7t»
"L r OR SALE— SHOEMAKER SHOP AND LAUN-
i dry o&ce; also 4 rooms furnished for bousekeep-
ing. ISO Oak st. my3l 4t«
1/OR SALE-SALOON AND LUNCH-HOUSE; 4
X years' lease; good location: vicinity of lumber
jiiills: cause (foine to country. Call Branch. 31 7t*
I/OR SALE— FIR^T-CLASS CHOPHOUSK AN I)
X tofee parlor; doing good busluess; income per
»layS2s: mast sell oii account sickness: come and
6ee for yourself; will sell very cheap. 51- Mls-
siou !-t. my3l7f
rKAME AND PICTURE BUSINESS; LONG AND
X weil established: rare chance for man who un-
-1 f!er»tands the business; cause sick uess. App!y at
ZELLERUACII & SONS. 418 Cay st. my3o 7t»
DAIRY AND BAKERY; 3 LIVING-ROOMS;
cheap. 411 Fourth Be. my 2B tif
QOAA HALF INTEREST MANUFACTURING
• — ' '\J. busmes*; horse; wagon. 33i Francisco,
4r. v. ni\. Bt*
3 /OR SALE— A URST-CLASS BOOKBINOERY
and blankbaok manufactory: Tie:! established;
new inaf cJnery; sitnated hi one of t&e best towns
In the State; worth $3000: will be sold cheap; a
ciianca in a ; .me. Address L., box 48, this
office r»y29 7t
rOI! SALE-CONFECTIONERY; DOING GOOD
X business; good loeatioa. Apply 10 Hayea.29 7f
BRANCH BAIiERY, CANDY. NOTION. LAUN-
dry office; cheap. 153 Eleventh st iiiyz9 6t«
/CATHOLIC YOUNG MAN, GOOD REPUTATION
\J and bosiuess ability, witb capital of about f 2OOO.
payable on time .can enter jroo-l-payin?. wall satab-
l,,;.c 1 corporation wLich secures him cood Mtl.irr
besides profit of abont $3001) annually. A'l ir -a*
with reference Call Branch Office, 339 Hayes fn'^H tt
OALOON, LUNCH-HOUSE; S ROOMS UPSTAIRS
C reiited- lease; low rent: manuracturinit district:
fiiu»t be sold. Apply U. BLUMENTUAL & CO.,
too Mission St., bet. 9 and 10 a. m. my2B 7t»
: REAM AND CANDY STORE FOR SALE;
1 price &SOU. 2222 3»i»*lonsL my 27 15t*
OUTE FOR SALE ON MoKSI.N.i PAPER. AP-
ply PlO P.ryant st. invlO tJ
i 1 v<;-. »101,J.\5 AM) Ml! -i Ml SIC
•• MTi'Ki'.IIT I'MMp < lIKAI'. WQCIBi
J Palace Hotel, eta floor. 813: no cards. ]e3 4t»
Ii I AN"O AND SAFE FOrt SALE. 272 BRAN NA N
1 >t., Panama Kestauraut. Jel 31*
Ii PIANO IN STORAGE;
It must sell; no reasonable oiler refused. Address
«13 Market st. iay»Q tf
OH I SQUABS PIANO; EXCELLENT CONDI-
>-') '• tion: bargain. McCurrie, 21»t 5t.29 7»
LEUANT UPRIUUT PIANO; BARGAIN. 114
McAllister, flat 5. «"yi9 <*»
DO YOU WANT A PIANO? IF SO SEE WHAT
» c are offering f or t297, as it will pay you.
BENJ. CURTAZ A i>ON, 20 O'Farrell St. niyi>> tf
/ 1 OOD bECON D-ll AND PIANOS FROM $100 UP-
VJ ward at CURTaZ A SON'S. my2M "
1 IECKEtt & SON PIANOS. LEADING,
i ' sell A EFFER piaa«a, iiienium prices.
l(i-(nit sheet tmi-i' .
At MAUVAIS', '•'' Market St.. S. F. an 23 U
LOT OF SECOND-HAND BQI ABE PIANOS:
tue ooiidltion; at a Eaerlflca. KOHLKK *
CHASE, 28 O'Farrell st. jy29 tf
KOHLER A CHASE, H9. 28 A>D3O O'FARRELL
ft: leading pianos and organs: oldest mnsis-
boose : largest stock: easy terms; low price*, up'iiii
TLCK, CHICKERING & SONS. VOSE AND
other plauos »o ! .d on (10 instiillaienu. I.ICNJ.
CURTAZ & SON, sole agents, 20 O'Farrell st. ap3 tf
ALLET4DAVIS AND KIMKALL PIANO AND
iJ Organ Agency. W. O. BADGER. 725 Market, tt
pOOVEU BROS.' PIANOS; THE ATUISTS*
V ravorite: an elegant invoice jast received; call
and exaraiue. F. W. SPENCER a CO.. Pacific
Coast a;eut>. 723 Market et, second floor. mr4 tf
Y~ot '"of "upklTTht and square PIANOS
J>from «75 up: organs from »25 up; bargains.
F W SPENCER A 00.. 723 Market St., second
floor. —- 6 "
UYKON MAUZY. AGENT SOHMER, NEWBY
J> and Evans planoa 3iiB Post st. 1*27 tt
1' J« NtUMA.NN PIANOS; FIRM-CLASS IN
X . Jone and workmansUlp. 82 Ninth St. no 7 tf _
FMME A LONtTPIANO CO., WAKEROOM 164 1
11 Polk st . corner .Clay; «old on installment*;
»fi)d lor lilnstratod caUlogne and terms. nol tr
FIX A NCI A
AX t.Al'.v. V. ROOM 9. YOU CAS
A money at low rates: prirate rooms lorladiii:
pledges for sale; take elevator. maeiu _
CAN FRANCISCO COLLATERAL LOAN HANS.
O »su iearny at, tha o_iy corporation tnat Un<U
on atauionds. watchet: low >ptgr»s». oc4.c
i i i; > iitKr; .stokki).
}~j'ollN I ITURKr"r>TOUED — EASTERN PLAN:
' low rates, titariinf Furniture Co., 1039 and
1011 Ji.ri.et at. *pi 2 tf
t-oiiGiN<;-i{orsKs fok SACK.
< ]•)" 10 ROOMS, PUNNyT^WELI" VuU-
Ktr±±n ■ uis-hed. Pac. Exchange, 23 Kearny.
T D. BARNARD, 209 KEARNY ST., EST4IJ-
X . lished LSs9:ic<iglng-UouseBall sizes and prices. 1*
BARGAIN-28 SUNNY ROOMS; ALL BESTED-
elegantly furuished; hot and cold water- ele-
vator; : i.t. brst j. ay ltic house In'citv
! !. j« :{ 7t «
Q.%^o RESTAURANT: BARGAIN ThTs
day. McLAUGMLIN. 26 Kearnv st^J^a •
J^IOOO i 4 EO < )MS ? GOOD LOCATION. Me-
'v iWU - LAUGULIN. 2t3 Kearnv st ]e 3 3t
pHEAP; PAYMENTS TO SUIT: 23 ROOMS OC-
VV cupicd. B. WHITE, 873 V a Market st. *
H°<S« E 12 ROO *B. ALWAYS FCLL, CHEAP.
xx. ■"> How . r .l st., corner Sixth. y--> 7t«
FDKMTUKB FOR SALE.
VURMTIRE OF 7 ROOMS; ALL N.'.V NO
* reaaoiiaMe offer refused; rent fit 50. 444 'ic-
hama if- bet. Fifth and Sixth. jol 5t
I. URNITURK OF 9-ROOMED HOUSE v"eRV
} cbeap; rent only $45. ■■ Hyd> st. iny3l 7t«
/COUNTRY BUYERS WISHING SECOND-HAND
> • furniture or carpets at reduced price*: satisrac-
tion or money tefumled flapped frec.773Marfct.-t. ly
OUR STOCK OF FINE, MEDIUM AND LOW-
priced furniture, bedding and upholstery
be Closed out by August 1 : don't rail to secure bar-
pains: store to lease. SAMUEL BEAL,BIB-82« Mis.
slon st, near Fourth. ~ my 15 lin
OO U CHANCE— YOUR HOUSK FURNISHED
vi complete witn furniture, carpets, sU>v«s, cur-
tains, blankets, pictures and mirrors at cash prices,
on easy installments; small detH>.sit. M. FRIED-
MAN A CO.. largest installment house oi; the coast.
225-230 Siockton St., 237 Past; o»<en evenings;
prom | t attention paid to country orders. 1 tt
I^URNITURi: 8 ROOMS FOR SALE: FLAT TO
j^raat chc^p. Apply 605 Natoma st. aplti tf
wl A BBD-BOOM SET OP 7 PIECES AT HEW-
Ql-±. MAN BROS., 117 Sixth st. jy29 12m
VTOTICJ 1 AM NOW AT I'M FOI'RTH~(NE\Y
i-> biiiuliiiif .. and offer a lar-^- stock tl p»nerji
household furniture at reduced price*; 500 carpets,
good as new: stoves, $«: antique cliamber suits,
$■16; parlor suits, $25; c«»u or install! all at
bt Crock pricta. T. 11. NELSON. 12tf Fourth st. al tr
V EW CHAMIi.SU SETS UK 7 PIECICS, $15 CA3U,
1> €irlust»lli;i>-'it. vmi ■ • ■ lUU»S. ■'.<! Mls^loa. tt
( A i:i'; IS.
pARPETS CLEANE!IP~AM> LAlDT^^ATih^x!
\J WHILDEN, 2400 Geary St.; telephone 40«3;
carpets insured while In ray care. mylB 3tn
EL t)OC,
sewed and laid; heavy floor-oilcloth SSe;
window-glares on springs 25c each; linoleum 50c.
S. W. s>iIKKK. 1234 Stock «t. mr!7
C'ABPETS— SMITH'S BRUSSELS. 65c A YARD;
'' iiiKtaliment price elsewhere $1 a yd. M. FRIED-
MAN .v <0.. -•>' -J3ii Sti'Ckton. an. i -.-<T Post. It tf
« AKt'.t 'I 1 • i.i -« MNG,
4 IAUPKTS CLEANED A N^^iiUAlTrVi^^r^ha
Vy.vard. California Carpet Beat! »g and Renovating
Works. 2S Jnasiu sc. telephone 5534. my2stf
p A R V ETS - DOWN GO THE PRICES; TIIS
\J cheapest ; lace to get your carpets cleaned Is
STHATTON'f. 453 Stevenson at.; tel. 3228. 24 tf
I •ARPET-CLEANINU. 3 CENTS PER YARD. AT
V.' MITCHELL'S. 238 Fourtwnth St. Bir23 tf
i 'I IV STEAM CARPET BEATING AND KENO-
\J vatlns Works, 38-40 Eighth St.; telephone
8280.* mrl tf
/ 'AKPETS THOROUGHLY CLEANSED AND
V- renovated same as rew. S. S. r'ERUCSON ft
CO.. 23 Tenth st; telephone 3036. Itt
pONKLI.WS CARPET-HEATING WORKS. :i.i:i
\J Goiilen Gate aye. ; telephone 2)26. fe2l tf
CHEAPEST AND BEST FLACK TO HAVE YOUR
carpets cleaned and relald. JONES' Perfect
Carpet-cieaalnc and Renovating Works, 25 and 27
Eighth tt. ; telephone 3424. seti ly
CPAULDINIi*S PIONEER CAR PET-BEATI
C 5 Works do the belt nor*. 353 Jo 357 Tehama st.;
telephone 30 to. ror».9tt
UOK«I.n,.
11 ID MAKE I OB WAN 1
of use. 915 ShJiwell st. jel :-t*
JUST ARRIVED— COUNTRY, SPAN GENTLE,
stylish bay carriage horses, 10-.. hands h'mh,
span blacks, bailable brewer or delivery wa.^on,
weight about 1250 I!"* each, well matched; pacing
horse, gentle and kind, drives weil ana rides. H.
W. LKEKER. IBJ3 Market st. my 29 Tt*
L" OR S ALE— 4-YEAR-OLD THOROUGHBRED
X mares, best of pedigrees; also 2 celts, 1 and •_'
years old, tiro San Savenr, daßr~Nlgut llawfe; very
promising. J. McM. SHAFIER. OSI Chestnut, lm*
"IF YOU WANT TO BUY. SELL OR ; BADE
x horses. wagons, buggies, carts, harness, etc., go to
Grand Arcade Horse Market, 327 Sixth st. Auc-
tion sale sieit Wednesday at 11 a.m. Satisfactory
trials piven; tho squarest liorse-dealiug establish-
ment on the coast. SULLIVAN A: DOYLE, proprie-
tors. S. W ATKINS, auctioneer. my 17 tr
pENTENNIAL STABLES— CARRIAGES ISOCK-
VV aw»\-s. victorias, bueeic. etc. : 1521 California
«t.. bet. Lark in and PoiK; leiephone 6»>X. M. CON-
LO , proprietor. Mr I tf
Ql •> AND 22nE.NTH.COR. HOWARD— HORSES
boarde.l.t!id tor <...-. .1. i: VfALTON.)aI2 ly
\V.\i t > -■ AM) CABKIAOCB.
rPTnA^rTjAiiiGAi^T^N^^^^
(]piUV.i harnrss. 1600 Leavenworth. jsl 3t»
tor SALE— BUGGIES AND LIGHT WAGC»NS.
i 6151.2 iuiton st. jel 7l*_
Hi WAGONS.BUGGIES,
cheap. SMITH & RASMUSSEN. 870 Howaid.
YEW ;^-SKAT CAMP-WAUON; SELL OR HIRE
x> 2414 Calilorula st ap27 tt
I SECOND-HAND EXPRESS WAGON AT 24
1 Itea:e <. W. SAN BOHNK. te!4tf
FOB - \l I MISCELLA>'KOrS.
T~AIrF^BTurEir~TO~~CK) nT^ToURNTNO
1-i wishes to dispose of a few street suits in cool
condition. Address Confidential, Box -.., call
Branch office. •_
01 A SINGER SEWING MACHINE WITH
tiT iU. attachments: almost new. 221 Filth. 2 3t»
pATTERN-MAKEK'S CHEST OF TOOLS CHEA I .
I 13b Silver st Je*-' M*
UAND LAUNDRY MACHIVERV, TOtILS AND
supplies, brass-framed wri.ieers. *Sii: Ameri-
can. Mangle ; rolls, 27xt>. $30 ; col lar and cuff ironing
machine. $18. J. IRVING. 547 Firth st. )oi7t*
Ql fill WOEAT SACB lI- I OWING TO DE-
ClU'. i arturo will sell L'clted Endowment cer-
tificate matured list month. Apply or address
5 14. - 2 Ft- Ist. }el 3t»
A WORD TO TnK WISE.
JY
When yon want Pure Teas and Coffees, at reason-
able prices, come (or send direct) to any of the 13
city stores of the Great American Imparting Tea
Compnoy and say« all commissions. Having 45
successful stores on this coast is ample proof that
they have the facilities for ttQUijE, and do sell,
the best Teas and Coffees for the least money. Just
now they are giving away to each purchaser a cake
of delicious Cream Chocolate. iny2l lin
HOWCASE«: COUNTERS. ALL KINDS STOCE
BERB. ALL X:
and saioou fixtures. SKFTOVB 2;<«stn.niy2o lin
i^.»- SAFKTY BICYCLE: GOOD CONDITION;
»^D«J. worth double. 329 Golden Gateave.ml8 I i.i
/CINCINNATI SAFE A D LOCK GO'S SAFES.
V^DAVIDN. HAWLEY.Gen'i Ag't.3lBMarkeiB Im
SAVE, SCALE. LETTEK-PRES.S, STOiiE-TRUCK
and money-till : cheap. 102 Clay st. au7 tl
CtCOMMIANO BOILERS, ENGINES, J'L.Mi-i
0 sfaaftin;, pulleys, beltln;;. water pipes, etc
Cti tf McIXTOSH ft WOLPMAN. 137 Dealest.
HEPARD'S FOOT AND POWER LATHBi
placers, drill-oresje*. *ND MUsionst. m27H
p laters, Cri 1 1 d rtwswi. 6«7 Mission st- »ei7 :t __
» WEEK'S NEWS FOR SCENTS— THE WEEKLY
A call. In wrapper, read? for mailing.
LOST.
I~OST— 1)1 < OBATION li\^ UDVSUDI.;
J pin; Mosaic and pearl settings: liberal reward.
V. H. McCONNELL. 19 Montgomery at. je3 2t»
rpUESDAY, FEMALE PUG, NURSING PUPS;
1 liberal reward. Return to 532 Eddy st. Je3 3t»
CflA LOST, LADY'S GOLD WATCH. RETURN
0 11/. 14 V 2 Sixth st. and receive reward. »
T SMALL YELLOW COW: BRUISED HIP;
XJ belonss to Exeeisjor Dairy. ALLEN LOUARN,
Paris aye. and Mission road. je2 'Si*
OST— BLUE GEEVHOUND I>OG: REWARD.
1120 Howard St. )el at*
I. I.L OPEN-FACED SILVER WATCH
J with chain attached; initials "L. A. Q." Re-
turn to 381 Dolorp.H st. an i receive reward, jel 3t»
FOUND.
FSD— ON THE 4 O'CLOCK TRAIK BET, BAN
1 Rafael sad Sausalito. a lady's cloa«. Owner can
have same by calling at 414 Sansome st. *__
ENVELOPE, LEI TKRS, JUNE COMMUTATION
ticket altlressed UAWKEIT. Call LYNCH,
241 O'Farrell st. *
IpOUND-A FOX TERUIER DOG. INQUIRE
(rrocer, 1048 Valencia st je2 3t*
\ DRIFT— FISHERMAN'S BOAT. FOR FUR-
Ii. tber partlculirs inquire- of C. V. KOBINSON,
413 Hartlett -r )ol St*
ti>U<;,\no.NAi-
CjJHoIToTnKI^CUTTo^rAND EXPRESSION
has removed to Baucrott's History I'ul din?,
723 Market ■*. Applications for school children's
clashes will be received until June 6th. MRS.
MAY JOSEPHI-KINCAID, Prlne'.paL aiyS tf
PIANO LESSONS AND ACCOMPANIMENTS.
I. 312 Twenty-slith St.. near Alabama. je3 Sl*
PIANO— ENGLISHMAN LATELY ARRIVED:
X charges 40 cents at pupils. IQi^ TurTtt.jel 7t*
FW. KIM BALL; TEACHER OF PIANO. SSI*.
. Howard St.: t*nn» moderate. my 2B In
il ALTZ TAUGHT RAPIDLY AT IRVINE'S. 102
» • O'Farrell. Monday and Thursday nights. 13 liv
ROF. THOS. \Y. BBJCB, TKACHER BANJO,
guitar, man lolio and violin. 305 7th. my 7 6m
CHOoL OK ELOCUTION AND EXPRESSION.
voice culture, recitation. sUsre business. I'l'.o-
FESSOR J.R. KlNCAlD.princlnal. 170 Market
SINGING LESSON'S; VOCAL CULT URE. APPLif
606 Powell St. Prof. J. R. OtilLVlE. inrl3 3m
CHUOL CIVIL, MINING. MECHANICAL. ELBJ
trlcal engineering, surveying, archltcctura, »i-
Baying; t»Ub. 1804. A. Van uer >alllea, 723 Marcel
EAXO'S BUSINESS COLLEGE, 24 PO3T ST.
Double-entry book-keeping, penmanship, saort-
lionbie-emry boo*-ke#pin?, ;t mnan-tilp, saort-
tsLd, type-writing, telegraphy, etc., all included is
l i-sii. m* ctnrsa un tier on" fee o.' *75 )tW .!
ACIFIC BUSINESS COLLEGE, 339 POST \f.~
LU«»cnoi»rgaip. 875 <l»v ana «vi;:nai. oaitit
Allot: '- • >- A I -I. A OF.
iTvTc^T^E^oT^vTTiTrwE^^c^C^T^o^
tiey*. 850 Market; marriages annulled, quiet,
probate. Insolvency, collections, Hens, mortgage*
etc.. attended to; read ad. business personals. m 2 tf
KA. OROrHJJUi ATTORN EY-AT-LAW. Hi
, Clay st. no3tt
Wy. DAVIDSON, ATIORNEY-AT-LAW, 111
. California «.. Komm it-IJ- » |vi.:« fraa. ti.:
-ion i \ in «.l»A>.
* BAKRKL OFMONEV ON IST OK2DMORT
2\. gage; 5 percent: no delay. .1. L.,411 O'FarreH.ly
On REAL ESTATE AND NOTES: NO DELAY;
reasonable'intere^t. It. 1... bux PI. Call «rn«ti.tf
T OA>S ON' REAL ESTATE. NOTES. MERCUAN
JOANS ON KKAI. ESTA 1 . NOTES. MIM 11 \N
JJ dike. JOHN 3.80WMA5.331 Kearny, R. 17 if
WONKY LOANED FROM fl UPWARD AT
I*l Security Loan iiaok. Him Market St. ,nr. Mason;
private entrance 7 Turk. N. .1. KIUMKI.IN4OO.iiia
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Bl OK *«
"j/l-Rsn CiM.. 'IKLNKS. i-lAMiS. ETC., CAKED
a for and atured reasonable; sdvaocs* made.
LIEBEB' Pioneer Storage C 0..310. .310 Stockton. i) tr
T?IKST-CLAS» STORAGE; ADVANCES MADK>
J »^-«44 illastou St. CUAS. L. TAYLOK iji^
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vjTAiii^^rinr^T^rAiTATr
REAL ESTATE AGENTS AND INSURANCE-
BROKERS,
3 MONTGOMERY NT.. NEAR MARKET.
BUILDING LOTS SOUTH OF THE PARK.
$550. INSTALLMENTS.
BEAUTIFUL MARINE AND PARK VIEW.
On the electric road. lSih are., bet. M and N bis. :
cm the line or Strawberry Hill and the new lake;
$100 cash; balance *-(> mouthiy installinents:
graded: fenced: si.'. 25x120. iny2s_tf WcFr_
/ ONTRACTORS, NOTICE-WILL EXCHANGE
' 2 lots 25i120 e^ch S. of Golden Gate Paris, ur.
Lake Honda School, for building 5 rooms aud bath
la Berkfclpy. Apply 1017 \_ Powell tt,. top 11at.3 3*
BY. DAHL,
• :.- Real Batata Asrent,
324 Vi Montgomery street.
S3."0— 120x100: level: near electric railway;
cheap.
$SoO— E^ch; 3 lots: 25x100 each; Vermont St.,
near Humholdt; street work doae.
f2SSO-23x60; Bernard st., near Taylnr: 3-story
house, arranged in lists: rents $28; a sate buy.
$1SOO— 25il00; nice little business corner in the
Mission; street work done on both streets.
$SSo9— 2ox7o; Jessie St.. near 6th; front and rear
houses; rent $39: always rented.
$7000— Clemeutlua st, near sth; finely
improved; now rented at $66.
B. P. DAHL.
my 29 SnFr 824 Montgomery >treet
__________ „
ry L. 088 77<J
L<||W||| Residence or 8 rooms and lath: W£*t>
C i UUU. cm Addition; fine marina view; if 7ooo
balince at 7 per cent.
♦ltiOO— House and lot of 6 rooms: Mission.
IS* j~ *. On Cst, near 24ta aye.; 25x100.
25x120; next Calirornla-st. depot on 20th
avenue.
5275— 25x120;' 22d aye., near electric road.
8275— 25x120; third block from tbe beach.
w* I "* \ 25x120; second block from electric road.
C ! < t).
Good exchanges offered in city and country prop-
erty. T. L. ORK &CO . 112 Montgomery itt.SuTnFr
LM.R SALE-ON EASY TERMS.
SEE THOSE ELEGANT HOUSES JUST COM-
PLETED ON
DOLORES AND TWENTY-EIGHTH STREETS
5 2-STORY BAT-WINDOW HOUSES
Of 6 ROOMS AND BATH, 7-FOOT BASEMENT
\>illl ALL MODKRN IMPROVEMENTS. *
TERMS MADE TO SUIT.
For particulars apply to J. M. COMERKORD,
owner and builder, office, junction Valencia and
Mission, 'i weuty-e:ehUi st. Will be at office Sunday
from 10 to 4. my 11 tf Wei i>ui v
Q"\onrt 21ST ST.. NEAR VALENCIA-DE-
% iH'Uu. sir* bio house ■ oi.t iiih.j; 6 rooms, b:ith
and modern conveniences: nice location: a peremp-
tory sale: see tuis place. EASTON, 1-JLDRIDGE *
C., 638 Market st
QO7XA BRYANT -ST. CORNER IN-VEST-
• . • M uU, ment: present Improvements lent for
■*.<t) per month: lot 25x80; it property improved
would pay I per cent per month net: investigate
this. l-.ASToX. ELDRiDGE .V CO., 633 Market.
Q^fMin A BARGAIN; ASHBOBY-RT. LOT;
•.'''"'".liear FredericK-st. cable; line lar^e
lot, 50-rt. front, with great depth; will Bubdlvlae; a
charming residence location. EASTON, EL-
DRIDUE & CO.. 638 Market Bt.
QSTr^M AN OFFER WANTED: STANYAN
t£>-. I OU. st, near Carl: tine lot, 25x107 :«:
numerous cable and electric lines wilt soon traverse
this locality : street In fine condition; a flue lot to
buy. EASION, ELDRIDGE _t CO., 038 Market St.
uiy'^a HaWaFt
___
"\"OUNG MEN. WORKING MEN, YOUNG LADIES
x and every iutiustrious person that w mts to iua>e
mom*}.
$1 00 TEE WEEK.
How you caa buy a cheap lot upon easy terms
aud sue that will double In value before paid
for. I will ulfct tor the next 15 days 100
lots in fie i .burst Tract, 25x125," $.1.5
to ?250 per lot, ujuia payment or $5 cash
upon each lot, balance $1 par week, with low rat-
of interest, only 7 per cent per annum; every lot
located direct y at the station, only 10 mlawtfts to
Oakland. 40 minutes to San Francisco; if you want
to come Id on this nllerlD?, do so at once, &3 there
will not be a single lot If) I after l."» days. Tills will
be the last chance of this kind you wi 1 ever
have to buy lots so conveniently located
to the metropolis of the Mite, surrounded
by substantial improvements; 16 dally trains be-
tween Elmhurtt and San Francisco, and lons be-
fore your lot is paid for you will have hourly trains;
it you wiil stop ami Consider this preposition for
one moment you wit I buy one or two of lapse beau-
tiful lots; come in at once ami select choice loca-
tion. 1-Hr maps ami further (articular* Hi<ir- >s nil
communications to J. W. La V MAM i., 4(j6 tight
St.. Oakland, C»l. jel lot
fifOOKfl EASTLAKE COTTAGE 5 ROOMS,
<J > O~l)U. batb:pautry: hish basement: cement
walks. N. side Clipper St.. bet Noe and Castro. 1 7*
cTTTT MONTHLY PAYS FOR A HOME IN SAU-
QIU saii'.o. E. I). SPARROW, ti2S Market. 1118 lm
Q'ATO f.'.00-LOTS FOR CHICKEN AM)
C"' '* ' milk ranches, flower and vegetable gardeus
ot all »lz?s ia all parts ot tho outskirts of the city:
will sell for cash or on easy paymei from $5 to
$15 per month: no trouble to show property; par-
ties who have large tracts of land in the oiit»>kiris
„• the city for sale and nre willing to -ii tbe same
reasonable, can always find a cash buytr by cslllng
to S. DUcas, 11 Montgomery st. m> --;■» lul
DO YOU WANT PROPERTY. CITY OR CGITX-
try, la tie prettiest valley of Urn state? Appty
to hapa i-i.ua Co.. >apa. CaL, lttrltst ot Vrrtpst-
litt. • .en
1,""OR SALE— 2 BEAUTIFUL HOMES: 21.ST. Mi,
Castro; oak door.i, saioou parlor*; frescoed: all
modern improvements; owueron premisos. Jtl 7*
P;I7X LEVEL LOT, 22x78, NEAR RAILROAD
V 1 I O. in Berkeley: $10 cash. 95 monthly.
1625— L0t 42x100; sewered ana macadamized.
o*6o— Lot 40x120; stdcwr.lked: 9 10 montnty.
»700— Lot 40\iy«; in « liunl.f 1: $15 mouthiy.
»10<>— Lot 25x1t0: high an. I dry; *,< monthly.
1700— Business corner, Hfixl 1 )): macadamized.
Get maps; 1000 lots: I otter only w'i*t 1 on
CHAS. A. BAILEY. Owner. 20 Montgomery, tt
'k> 4 A fU\ - LEFT; ELEUAKT 8 !■' OH 2-
"1 ( "" '■ story houses: baths, o.k and cherry
mantel*, gas lixtures. stone sidewalk, attic: base-
ment tiiii«iie«l; make ctUr; ihUst bo sold. Castro,
u?ar 22d. rny'29 7t»
QJ nOrt LARGE. 8 AND 7 ROOMS, 2- STORY
<3*i\J\JVJ. house, on Castro st., near 28th: with
all modern conveniences; or. very easy terms; also
2 5-room cottages adjoining, by F. NELSON. 1520
'-blh st. j__ apl tf
A WEEK'S NEWS FORS CENTS— THE WEEKLY
i\ WEEK'S NEWS FOK S CENTS— THE WEEKLY
Calu i:i wrapper, rt>A<ly Tur mailing.
Mil .TKI ItrvAL IMAIt.
A EXCEPTIONAL OFFER-A SINgTe~GEN^
/V Hi- ii. an win lease to responsible parties for 4
mouths au elegant 8 room furnished flat. 2-story, in
exchange for room ana board (breakfast and sup-
per; : only 1 block from th« park. Address Respon-
sible, box 15.). Call Branch Office. j«3 St
] ACRES; HOUSE. BAKU HORSE. COW*
xO . -u'tiy. $2000; 100 acre* In frraln, beans,
meloni, 2 horses, ail tool*. 93200; near city. Ap-
ply PACIFIC EXCHANGE. 23 Kearuy at •_
lIELLESLEY PARK!
SAN MATEO COUNTY
The piace to build a country home; the park Is
only 4 blocks from Redwood City depot, and is
beautifully laid out with winding road), tirt'stlc
1 gateways, picturesque homes, an ever running
creek and grand old oaks: the electric road will
pass tbe property, and It is 4 miles to taoßtaafortl
University; there now remains unsold only 28 of
the lots, 5UX200 feet, at $250 each, and these are
offered on easy terms— 2s c.ish. balance la montbl/
pay meals of *12 60; NO INTEREST; it will pay
you to investigate. For Illustrated book or views,
map. etc.. call on R. K. BUNKER, president, Cali-
fornia Market, or C. K. BTURTEVANT, secretary,
19 Montgomery st. iny2B-29 je3-5 4t
m L. ORR 4 CO., 112 MONTGOMERY ST.
i Q/' jA 160 acres In Southern Oreiron: gool soil;
t4pV/'i\-*. all level and cleared; some meadow
iana; UniU-d States patent; party must realize.
$12.000— 400 acres farm and pasture land s miles
from Santa Rosa; 60 acres In rain.
S'-'OOU 14 lots right in Ukiaa; will sell or
A larji- tract of No. 1 grain and fruit land In San
Lvl * Oblspo County: $40 per acre. iuy2}< SuTuFr 3t
9OAA ACRKS, If BAB Vll. ins. ME.NDOCINO
uOVUCooitr; 200 acres tillable land fenced:
100 acres more can be tilled that li now used for
pasture: balance grazing land; house, two barns
ana orchard In bearing; worth $7 per ucre, but ai.y
offer over $1 per acre will be accepted: must be
sold to close up an estate and partnership business;
a fine opportunity to cet ■ dairy or sheen ranch at a
very low price. Address li. li. MUIK, Wllitts.
Cal. Jel lot*
MOUNTAIN VIEW,
SAN CLARA.
NEAR STAN 1-ORD UNIVERSITY.
Don't fall to Investigate our offer on those 1, 2. 3
and 5 acre tracts at Mountain View, near Stanford
University: $150 down; balance In 5 years at low
Interest, Call or write for particulars, CLARK A
K.NAIT, II Montgomery st my2U7t
1 (• ACRES CHOICE I.K VAX LAND-WILL SELL
> In X acre tract*; 8 acres, tiard-flnlslioa bouse,
5 rm'i barn, chicken buiidiugs. 600 trees, princi-
pally cherry, good well water, suitable duck and
chicken ranch, price $1000; 8 acres, principally
cherry trees (600). no Impts.. $3000: 15 minutes'
walk West i •■;»luiua P. <». ; 20 minute*' walk B. R.
station: half cash, balance 8 per cent Interest.
Owner, 811 llalgbtsL. S. F. my 29 7t»
i--OR BALE— A RANCH IN THE MOUNTAINS:
F nut picturesquely situated; with a fine young
vineyard of Zlnfandels and Chasselas: fin* timber,
flue water, fine soil, mid climate perfect; a lovely
drive of 3 miles to the Poatofltee. C ELLIS. .Etna
springs. Napa County. Oat myB Un*
0 I CA PER ACRE BUYS a AND 10 ACRE
<jp I • Jw tract* rich valley laud at S. P. Co. Matiun.
Alameda County. 30 miles from San Francisco. 20
miles trom Oakland: easy terms: fine climate: first-
class neizhborh'ood. THE CARNALL-HOPKIN3
CO.. C 24 Market St.. San Francisco. 0p23 tf
L'ORs!()i I WILL PLACE PARTIES DESIRING
1 land in possession of filings on 640 acres of State
timber or grazing land; no further expense for
filing: lands sold by the State for $125 per acre.
Addres-i Land, box 90. Call Branch OKlce. mr2 l tr
SCIiOUL LANDS, $1 50 TO WAN ACKK; ONt
> very easy terms: sold by the State In tracts ti
lull: no resldoiice or improvements required; all
kinds of lands, In many different counties; s»u I
stamp for list: open day mid evening Y. vf,
I.AKI i Flood Building latf
-QONOMA COUNTY LAND — BALB OB XX-
O change; write tally. ANDREW PRICE, Heaidd
burg. Cal. feU tt
/GOVERNMENT LA lts'
■O ■ FOR HOME OR INVESTMENT!
IN CALIFORNIA—
Finest level fanning lands.
Rich black soil, ready to plow.
Largo, fine valley; railroad through It.
Water ditches now bulldiu*.
Mild climate, free fuel, cheap lumber.
Work at stood wages there now.
Land can be taken without residence.
Send 4c stamp for full Information to F. W.
UKK, 6 Hood building, ban Francisco. Cal.apl4 tf
/CALIFORNIA F.XCHANGE BUREAU. 481
V' Nlutb St., Oakland, exchange all kinds of prop-
erty; send for catalogue. GREEN, DOLLOM &
i " rnv22 tf
BESOU i lONS.
x" A JM I EETINiToF"THij I BOARD t.| NKW
City Ball Commissioners held May 31, L 392,
the following resolutions were passed to print :
Resolved, That a progress estimate In th« smn of
$915 in favor of C I, Bandmau on Contract No. 35
pass to print. Ayes— Comissloners Sanderson, Sml-
ley; absent. Commissioner Durst. Also Resolved,
That a progress estimate in the sum of $331 on
Contract No. 'AH In favor of F. A. Williams pat!/ to
print. Ayes— Cummins loners Sanderson, Smiley;
aiiHMit. commissioner Durst. Also Resolved, That
a progress estimate in the ham of $7743 75 in favor
of McCann a- McKay m Contract No. 35 pass to
pr.nt. Aye*— Commissioners ler-ion, Smiley;
absent, Comuilssiouer Durst.
Je2 5t edward I. WOLFE, Secretary.
OAKLAND 1: 11. ' KSTATI-*.
C»9Onn WORI JI ■ f -'• ro.
iJ-WIJII, New. modern 5-room cottage with lot
40x100: 2 Mocks to local station: ceutral aud cood
neighborhood; must sell by June 20. E. W. WOOD-.
WARD A CO., 902 Broadway. Oakland. j'3 1 1 _
AT LAST] AT LAST!
JrV FITCHBURG,
THE BEST OF ALL SCItURIiAN PROPERTY', IS
IN THE MARKET.
ONLY ONE HOUR FROM SAN FRANCISCO!
TWENIY MINI FROM THE BUSINESS CEN-
TER OF OAKLAND.
IT WAS A ACT! : IT IS A TOW N
IT 11.1. BE A CITY I -
FITCnEURG FRONTS OK TWO RAILROADS-
THE OAKLAND. SAN LEAN DEO AND BAY-
WARDS ELECTRIC "AND THE SOUTHERN
PACIUC.
AGARDENSPOT! " BROAD STREETS!
EVERGREEN* HEDGES!
gum AND CYPRESS GROVES I
FITCH BO!
CLIMATE UNSURPASSED! NO FOGS! NO
DUST! Mi DISAUKKEABLE WINDS! EXCEL-
LENT WATER 11.1111 >: GOOD SCHOOL IN
THE TOWN ! CHURCH SOON TO BE BUILT!
LOTS $150
AND UPWARD. ONLY 10 PER CENT CASH.
BALANCE EASY MONTHLY PAYMENTS.
FITCnBURG LAND CO. 1
my 22 cod 1 111 12 .Montgomery St.. room» 8 and 10.
St7\f\ TO $750— LOTS ONE BLOCK OFF
tip I\J\J Broadway, our business street: cable
passes iv front of lots: electric lights; electric road
-' blocks; streets macadamized entire distance to
postofiice, and only five minutes' ride; City water;
gns: shade trees on every lot. SALSBUKV A
CAMPBELL, 4t50 Ninth St.. Oakland. je'2 tf
I HEAP-ON WEST BIDE LUSK ST.. 200 FEET
" ' north of Fortieth st; 2 lots; 42:6x141 feet each,
with 5-room cottage, stable, chtcken-house« and
ijood well, of water; must Ue suM on account ot
owner going Fast. Inquire on premises, '2 blocks
from electric line. Oakland. jel 7t j
rpEAMS AND MEN AT FRUITVALK STATION
I to show land free of charge on every holiday and
every otber day excepting Sunday: now Is the time
to buy; 1 have some choice bargains. WILLIAM
M. UK WOLF. Fniltvale station. my3o 6t
1 HARMING 5 -ACRE TRACI", FRUITVALE
15 Heights; magnificent view; house, 6 rooms:
barn; covered with fruit trees; chicken yards: Hue
flowing springs: no frost; no fog; near proposed
electric road: worth $7600: will sell at great sacri-
fice for a week; only $5000; $1500 cash. Call at
once on THOMAS A. SMITH & CO, 1001 Park St.,
Alameda. my 29 st
i(\ AM) UPWARD — CHEAPEST, BEST
O— " ' v " aad most convenient lots offered for salo
ou the -.m Leandro road, uear fraltvale; $20 cash,
$5 per mouth. CLOUGH A UAlvliß, 1002 Broad-
way, Oakland. _
?u'sO each and upward; 100 lots on San Leandro
rond, the greatest highway iv aud out uf Oakland;
will rival Sau Pablo aveuue in importance: no such
bargains ever offered la Oakland; rl','bc la the
march ot lin mediate improvements; electric road
to Oakland, rare live (5) cents; come at once before
prices advance: sure to make money; lots 40jn20;
terms J; 0 cash and $5 per month. CLOUUU .v
BAKER, 1002 Broadway. OakUud.
5250 HU M — 10 choice lots, BOxl IS feet; only f.>s
cash and f7 50 per month: within live minutes'
walk to Oakland and Sin Leandro new electric
road, ior full particulars apply to CHAS K.
WELD owner, 1002 Broadway, oakUud. my 13 tf
4M
1 OTS 50x206 AND DxlM. ■
ATLAKE VIEW! LAKE VIEW t EAST OAKLAND
This beautiful tract, overlooking Lake MerrlU,
city of Oakland, bay of S;iu Francisco and surround-
Ings, will be 1 .at from date and residences built 01
the Installment pUn, to responsible parties: we
have a few lots it-it for this purpose: no bouses
allowed built ou th s tract for Icjs than $1500;
electric road nearly completed, one block distant:
rail at our office and we will show you this beauti-
ful tract mid explain full particulars. Apply to
B. W, WOODWARD 4. CO;, 902 Broadway. Oak-
land. myl9 lm
Oil f";A TO $350 {FRUITVALK): BEAUTIFUL
»7 I tiU lots adjoining the electric car line; $10
monthly payments; wlil give !re« pass on cars to
parties'* build. Ayplv before all are sold to E.
W. WOODWARD * C 0. ,902 Broadway, Oakland
A CRK LOTS! acre lots:
ACRE lots! ACRE LOTS!
SDTER TRACT ft^
_____ SUTEK TRACT!
Situated m the Redwood road near Fru tvale »v.
and the San Leandro electric road: also I. ear station
on the Laundry Farm It. I!.; terms, only one-tenth
cash; excellent soil; will grow anything; secure one
of the finest home sites In Aiameda County ; why
pay rent wht-u you can own your own borne.
A. 11. BREED* CO..
rny2s tf 4 'JO Ninth St., Oakland.
AOflfl LOTS* IN THK FRDITVALE AND SAN
17 — 'Ml. Leaudro Road Tract, near Frnitvate
Station; see them if you want a bargain: terms
easy. H. W. DAVIS. 483 Ninth tt.OakUnd.myl2 lm
ONLY A FEW LOTS LEFT IN THE SEMINARY-
ave. Tract, near the Sin Leandro road; si 25
per lot; $ll» down and $7 .') per month: carriage
at office. iiUSSELL * PBOSaJSB, Twenty-third
avenue. my 17 lm
OPECIAL OFFERING.
IN Till: WELD TRACT
LARGE LOTS, 50x144, AT $223.
ONLY $20 CASH REQUIRED.
BALANCE *5 PER MONTH,
EXTREMELY LOW I'KK K.
EASY TERMS. HH
THIS TRACT IS NEAREST TO OAKLAND OF
ALL TRACTS NOW OFFERED
FOR SALE ON THE SAN LKANDRO ROAD.
PRETTY AS a PICTURE.
LEVEL AS A FLOOB.
SHELTERED AND WARM.
THE PLACE TO LIVK
FERTILE SOIL.
WELL-LAID STREETS.
LOTS READY TO BUILD ON.
PERFECT I)I:.\!N
CHURCH AND SCHOOL CLOSE BY.
SPLENDID RESIDENCE LOTS.
THIS TRACT IS NEAR SAN LEANDRO ROAD.
THE GREATEST HIGHWAY IN AND OUT OF
OAKLAND. _
WILL RIVAL SAN PAULO AVENUE IN IM-
PORTANCE.
FARE 5 CENTS. COMMUTE TICKETS TO SAN
FRANCISCO.
NEW ELECTRIC ROAD IN FULL OPERATION
PASSES THIS PROPERTY.
TITLE PERFECT.
REMEMBER, ONLY $20 ASH; ONLY *5 PER
MONTH.
SURE TO MAKE MONEY.
CaUlogun and full particulars at the office of
CLOUUH & BAKER.
my2s tf 1002 Broadway. Oakland.
4LAMKIM Rl AI. KiTATJJ.
SOME VERY DESIRABLE HOUSES NEAR MOB-
ton Station for rent; special bargains In houses
and lots for sale: call aud Nee them. I. F. BAIRD,
Morton Station, narrow-gauge, Alameda. iny29 7t
HAVE YOU $600 T II- SO. AND YOU WANT A
spleudld new house, 7 rooms, all modern con-
veniences, central location. call for a bargain 0:1 J.
B. HAMLET A CO., 1350 Park st, Alameda. ro22tt
IJARGAIN-$250 DOWN: NEW, MODERN 5-
JJ roomed house: choicest location M Alameda;
less than $3000; a large list or choice property for
sale: if you want a sum mer residence; if you wish
to -exchange oatsld* lands for Alameda, Oakland or
ban Francisco property: if you wish for fcsnisliii In
real estate, call on MRS. I. 11. CHANDLER. 1329
Park st . Masonic Building. Alameda. my 22 tf
<<r,|i CASH.BALANCES2SPERMONrH;LOT
«]Pii.«JU 25x130; cottage of 5 room* and bath:
high brwement: N. side arc. : price $2000. No. 198.
42035-I.ot 50x158; house of 3 rooms; windmill
and tank: on newly macadamized avenue: good
neighborhood; $300 cash, balance $25 per month.
No. 194.
$2750— L0t 33:4x100; new cottage of 6 rooms
and bath; modern improvements: fine location; HE,
comer; $300 cash, t»l. $30 per month. No. 208.
}3000-Lot 45x100; cottage of 5 room* nnd liatn;
half block from station: sunny side of street: $suo
cash, balance $30 per month. No. 94.
$3500— Lot 25x160: new 2-story house of 8
rooms ana bath; modern Improvements, gat, etc. ,
cement walks; good neighborhood; $500 canh, bal-
ance $35 per mouth. Ho. 122.
$4350— L0t 40x125: new -story house of 7
rooms and ti:itu ; line marine view; all street work
done; cement walks laid; $500 cash, balance $40
per month. . No. l.a.
$1500-50xlSO; cottage or 6 rooms and batii: fins
garden, lawn, etc.; plenty of snu; near Chestnut st,
station : $300 cash, balance $40 per month. No. 81.
Choice lots at a bargain In ail parts of Alataeda;
houses to let and money to loam, H. 11.I 1 . MORE AL &
Co., 1432 Parlc Ml.. Alameda; '402 Montgomery St.,
San i-ranciaco. mvl If
OAKLAND lIOUSKS AM) ROOMS.
]f}lO RAILROAD avi.., NEAR KKETT—
-I l.» I O Sunny furnlshe.l housekeeping rooms; prl-
vate family: references exchanged. . Je.'J I in
KKKKKLKV I'ICOI'KKTV WANTED.
II- an"tkii — in BERKELEY COMFORTABLE
'* house of 6 or 7 rooms on good lot, for which
owner will accept country property In part pay-
ment; hu agents. Address 8. P., box 47, tMt
office. iuyl7 tf .
hocsbs to let.
OF :5 SICE BOOMS. APPLT AT
x 11 Clara st., Oct. Third MM Fourth. je3 M*
HOUSE OF 5 ROOMS an i) BATH, i OAR >]
»t.. near Harrison and Sixth. Je3 7f»
TC*aNB REAR HOUSE. 518 BRYANT ST., BET.
A 1 Third and Fourth: reut $9; 3 room A;>(. yG.
H. i mi.m.v A- CO.. 14 Montgomery st je2 3t
4 ROOMS AND BATH; "CELLAR AM) YARD.
'X 310 w a iinr st. je3 7t«
LEOANT HOUSE; 8 ROOMS: LATEST IM-
prove -;;;s: large yard. 814 McAlllster.je2 7*
I 99fi SACRAMENTO-HOUSE OF 7 BOOMS;
■* -^ — yJ fl.ie view; all conveniences. je2 St*
Q"j .' HOUSE 4 ROOMS; $16,HOUSE6 BOOMS;
8j , l *■■'• iMankeii yards; iv tint order. Lawrence
place, off Fremont St., bet. Harrison and Bryant:
Bread view of bay; reference. je2tt _
PAGE, N2AR WEBSTER-1 STORY « ROOMS.
Apply to C S. c.mi' 4% CO., House-broker and
Real-estate Agents, 415 Montgomery st. jel 3t
I PELL ST., SUNNY SIDE. BKT. POLK AND
I- van Ness aye.— 2 stories; 7 room* huh b=ith;
bay-windows, etc Apply to C. S. CAPP A CO.,
House-brokers ami Real-estate Agents. 415 Mont-
gomery st. jel 3t ■_
1 I STOK* OF 6 ROOMS. S. SIDE FKLL ST.,
12 bet Octavia and Lasuua; large yard. Apply
C. S. CAPP & CO.. 415 Montgomery st jel at
rpKSEMENT; 4 BOOMS; RENT 812. 812 JES-
-1 sic. near Math. my Bo tf
LEN PARK AYE.-7 ROOMS AND HATH:
sunny side; quiet ueishborhood: thoroughly
repaired: low reut. DEMPSTER, 3U Gl«n Parlc
are., of Twelfth st my2D tf
I A BOOMS AND BATH: TWELFTH ST.; TIIOR-
IV (Highly ropalreu: bituminous pavement; quiet
neiahborbooa; low rent. DEMPSTER. 36 lileu
Park aye. my 29 tf
Oj 1 1 REAR HOUSE; 5 ROOMS AND CELLAR.
»„ il. 724 Howard, nr. Third; no children. m2stf
WINDOW HOUSE; 6 ROOMS AND BATH;
plank basemeut. Hampton pla:e, Folsom st,
near Third. my 15 t:
<2«Q 4 sunny ROOMS: 8 BEBD Sl'.; WATER
•. •'• free. Apply 1325 Washington st my 14 tf
L/!i:nish!|) OR UNFURNISHED 7 - ROOM
-I house to let on Oak st. Particulars at L. LAND-
Ll-.R s. 18 Montgomery. my 9 tf
SANITARY PLUMBKK AND GAS - FITTER;
jobbing of alt kinds: worn guaranteed or no
charge. CIIAS. .Mi- KHAN". t)52 Sarramento.fi 1 Hrn
COrrAGKi TO LKT.
pOTTAUE O^4 BOOMS; 14 ME I CALF FLA CE,
VJ off Geary st., bet. Mason and Taylor: key at
418 Geary st. Inquire of G. UENDERSKN &
CO. _J le3 3t
pOTTAGKS-4 AND 5 ROOMS: BATH, BARB-
V 1 meat and yard. Dolores and Fifteenth. nay 27 8*
■1 •.!■> LIBERTY. BET. GUERRERO AND DO-
i — >> lores— Cottage: garden front and re;<r.Bls tf
1. I UMsHeS lioi »E 1 0 L£tTv934 M ABKET
I St.. m warm belt; low rent to.a suitable tenant
Apply at t:.o premises. my-'5 tf
t Lv i - »<> I XT.
lOWER FLAT; 4 NICE ROOMS AND CELLAB ;
JJ water free; sunny side; 10; 442 Jessie st. Ap-
tly 457 Josslest. Jo 3 4t»
Qlfl UPPER FLAT OF 5 SUNNY ROOMS. AP-
«*. iv. ply to CUAS. ASUiON, 411 Montgomery
street. j-3 7t
] AX7 GOLDEN GATE AYE.— UPPER FLAT,
J \JO I 6 rooms; $20; key in grocery. je3 2t*
Q1 X SUNNY UPPER FLAT; E KOOMS. 671
0 I O» Stevenson st. adj. lining Seventh. •
QIQ FLAT TO LET. 3040 SIXTEENTH ST.,
rJ>J.O. Pot. Valencia and Guerrero. je3 2t* -
QOf] HOUSE, 0 BOOMS, GAS. BATH AND
k <Jv/, water, 1512 Gold^u Gate av(>.;a'so In
reur, 2 Rats of 4 and 3 rooms; yard, water; all sep-
arate; -fa and $8. Apply on premises. jel tf
1 CONVENIENT FLAT 0 ROOMS; BATH; MOD-
\J crn improvements. 1133 U Pacitic St., near
Jones, , jea 3*
i 1 OwKB FLAT OF 4 ROOMS AND BATH;
JJ yard; basement; stationary tubs, etc.: cheap
rent. i 0 D-hon st, between i'jtn and lTtii, Church
and Sanchez. je2 7*
V I .•■<■ SUNNY FLATS; 4 ROOMS AND BATH;
II <16, SIS. 1196 Treat aye. jiv.' 4*
y>URNITURE FOR SALE OK A MODERN FLAT
I of 5 sunny rooms; flat to let. Inquire 012 Lar-
fcln st je2 3»
L"LAT 4 LARGE SUNNY BOOMS. 11 ELWOOD
J St., off O'i-arrell. near Mason. je-' 'i*
rro LET— FLAT OF 4 LARGE ROOMS AND
' bath. 1« Lloyd St.. ott Scott, near Waller. jc2t tf
AA 7 Jones, BET. GEARY and o'farrell-
*J\J I i rooms: rent $22. je2 3t*
. •>.; I.RANNAN. Mi. SIXTH— NlCii BOOMS;
VJ.Zi rent $13. Je2 tf
799 GROVE— FLAT OF 4 ROOMS AND BATH.
*-— je2 tf
LLAT, 5 ROOMS, BATH; RENT $17;
kJ water free, ma Linden are. jel m*
"fOKNEKAK MY AND SANCHEZ ST&, C BOOMS
I' reduced from $15 to $10. jel ,'St*
1 <• 1 (\ M „l M.I: -NEW LOVELY FLAT OF 7
lUlUruoins; fronting Hamilton square: vacant
June 5; moileru Imp't'. Kin. 315 Pnelan b'ldg.lftt*
Q I 1 UPPER r LAT 4 SUNNY ROOMS, CELLAR
% I "-*"» and yard. 9J6'/ 3 Capp st. jel 3f» -
I~LAT, 5 SUNNY ROOMS; 518; WATER FREE;
J 151 Seventh. App'y corner Bryant. Jel it'
Mil Washington aye.— 4 rooms and
i c'a batfi. jel tt
LTPPER FLAT; 6 ROOMS; BATH. 1753 HOW.
■' ard, near Fourteenth: »25 wit h water. my 29 tit*
w" I - 5 BOOMS; $22, 7 ROOMS AND BATII;
01 O. $10. 3 rooms. Apply 432 Brannan it,
near Third. - u:\ : ■ 8f
/ «HOH '. SUNNY rLAT. 8 BOOMS, BATH. MOD.
V cm Improvements; o.)k. Ellis and Hayes iti.
cable*. 1318 Fell st, nr. Baker. my .'9 9t*
r_-\ - FLAT; 1209 BO SIX ST.: 4 ROOMS;
ylu. water fiee; cellar. 11 1 \ _'!< tt
S9| LOWBB FLAT, 6 BOOMS, BATH, CKL-
«?•-'». lar, modern improvements. 702 fotsom
street. . my 29 7t»
~Q>i\ 27 PKAKL. BET. MARKET AND RIDLEY,
ta -U. Valencia aud Guerrero tia. — sunny roams;
rear: upstair-: water free. my 29 tf
C*9A 4 BOOMS; HATH; STATIONARY TUBS
— ''. snd cellar. Upper floor of 1911 Geary st,
o;ip. Hamilton square. iny2B &t«
LARGE SUNNY^ BAY-WINDOW FLAT. 1027
Clay; 7 rooms and bath; $30. my2B 7t*
1 POST-FURNISHED FLAT OF 7 ROOMS
XO-.V and bath. iny2stf
<J> 1-4 FLAT 4 ROOMS AM) BATH; SANCHEZ.
»J> i*±. nr Market Apply 605 Bay, room 1. 21 tf
DESIRABLE FLAT; 7 BOOMS; BATH.
426 Grove st my 2l tf
Cj I/« 0 ROOMS; BATH: PANTRY; LAUNDRY:
QI V. see it ms^j Hayes, nr. BroderitH. 19 tt
VLAT, 7 ROOMS AND BAT] I, TO LET. 1319
X Broadway. myl7 tf
\- l-.w SUNN! FLA I 1 OF 7 ROOMS; MOD
J-' improvement*. 251« Sutter ft, mylO tf .
Cj If* FLAT; 6 ROOMS AND BA1U; SUN ALL
'?'''■ ".I''. 1524 l':i|.<.:it st. ap22 tf
hill «.».K K«- II BVOMB,
Q»1QB HOWARD UNFUBNISHED front
'J—'J basement, kitchen, $8- other rooms. 3 st*
<9f» O'TaiTrEll-2 FURNISHED HOL'SEKP'G
i^U rooms, $12; parlor and kitchen, $25.3 at*
8 TWELFTH. NEAR MARKET— SUNNY CON".
nectiiig ruoiiH for housekeeping, furnished. •
•> A ELLIS-2 OR 3 SUNNY ROOMS COMPLETE
uOi for housekeeping. •
91 A GROVE — NICELY FURNISHED SUNNY
—I " t room*, complete housekeeping: single-. jJ 3*
7'JC LAKKIN; NICELY FUR-
IDO nlsaed BB»ay housekeeping room >. je3 st*
QQQ MARKET — NICE LARGE ROOM AND
OOP kitchen. $15; single, $7. jo 3 2t»
m TENTH, NEAR MARK El'— LOVELY SUN-
ny trout tuj-.iiiheU rooms; housekeeping if
desired. je3 '21* -
IAO THIRD— HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS COM-
-1 tO plete; front: first tloor; bath: gas. je3 3t*
99FL FOURTH — FURNISHED BOOMS FOR
— •_«) 11.-tit housekeeping. je3 'it*
1 COA» CALIFORNIA 5 BOOMS FURNISHED
J O*~\) complete lot housekeeping; laundry In-
cluded; terms moderate. Je2 St*
49,1 TEH A MA— FLAT, 3 ROOMS. NICELY FUR-
"l^'i nlsht-d. sunny, for bou«ekeeping. je2 3t*
Al 7 STOCKTON-BAY-WINDOW FRONT ROOM
Tt J. i for light housekeeping or 1 or 2 gents. j>2 6t
£OQ JESSIE— LARGE FRONT BOOM FOR
U^O houitekeeplii){. jo 2 3t«
9 MINT AYE.— 3 SUNNY FURNISHED ROOMS
0 for housekeeping lor the summer only; to tlio-ie
who can give reference. Call from Bto9 a. m., sto
BP. m. _^ je2 3f
I 9 SOUTH PARK-2 HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS;
"I —■ Sim all day; real •> 12. je2 7t*
AO7 FIFTU-KURMSHKD FLAT, 8 ROOMS,
XO I conn. for housekeeping. je2 lit*
91 FELL— SUNNY UNFURNISHED HOUSE-
tU I keeping rooms; bath : moderate reut Je2 m *
1 On N RW MONTGOMKUY— NICE. CLEAN FUR-
I »'•' uished boustskeepiug rooms, $7; front and
backsuiis. tip. je'i 2t«
I A MOSS, OFF HOWARD, BET. SIX 111 AND
XV Seventh— Mce sunny front and back house-
keeping rooms; gas; bath; rent cheap. jea 2t*
99 SOUTH PARK - SUITE FURNISHED
£-i rooms; light housekeeping. jol 3t*
1 9 CLEVELAND, OFF SEVENTH. BELOW
x& l-'olsoin— 2 i*nru.rins; comtiletenousekoepg.l 6*
1 ncr MISSION, NR. MARKET— SUNNY FUR-
x\j\jO nl>hcdiiouBekeeplris mis; reasonable. 1 5t
1O')|) STOCKTON—* OB 3 NICE SUNNY RMS;
iO*m\f complete for housekeeping: cheap, jel St*
DO<* LARKIN-2, 3OR 4 FURNISHED HOISt 7 .
OZ.U keeping rooms; bath. jel 3t»
1 «>7» CLARA-2 LARGE FURNISHED SUNNY
iOI:i rooms for housekeeiilng. jel 3t«
a I Q FREMONT-SUNNY SINGLE AND HOUSE-
t 1(J keeping rooms: flue view of bay. my3l st*
0('.9l MISSION —SUNNY FURNISHED BAY.
%J\JiUi window housekeeping suite. my 3o 61*
Al QSIINNA-2 LARGE SUNNY ROOMS WITH
U.Li/ kitchen furuUhed housekeeping. my SO st*
191 1 OCTAVIA — VERY DESIRABLE FUR-
-1 —11 mshed rooms, with use or kitchen ana
bath: Kills cable; flue location. my 29 tt
9.1 OAK-2 OR3LOVKLYROOMS; FOLDING
-T bed; light housekeeping. . my 29 tf
At)i I SIXTH— 2 OR * MORE LARGE SUNNY
__£j\J housekeeping roo;ns; runulng water: rent
$13. $15. $16; no children. my 29 7t«
77 FOLSOM. Mi. 4TH-LAROF. SUNNY QUIET
% I O room*, complete, homeke'iplng; ctieap.29 tt
1 QLKAVENWOKTH — SUNNY ROOMS
J. I I O and bath furuished fur houiekeeDlnz: also
use of ; -i-iiu; $25 niontb. my'J7 tt
lAX A HOWARD - HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS,
1 \Ji)\J suite, single: water; gas in each room., lm
m GOLDEN GATE AVK-ELEGANTLY FUR-
< 1 "t nlshed suite parlors for doctor or dentist:
also 3 bouaekeepg rooms furnished complete. 19 lin
91 C POWELL — NICELY FURNISHED PAR
£.10 lors; also basement for housekwpin?. 13 t
K<)«) VI 8 TO .LKT.
Qi '» HOW ABD -I^U{O^^lj7<NY~TirK^T»li¥D
Oli) housekeeping room, or for '2 gents. je3 lot ,
990 McAllister — nicely furnished
t>—" front rooms: also large double parlor, mi-
furnlslifd. suitable for doctor or dentist. je3 7t
T /•ROimiPAHK-BEAUTIKULLY FURNISHED
I Milts: can be usea for light housekeepluc: $12;
hoiiHfkceplng room $10; single room $5. jo 3 3t*
(*ii_> HOWARD. BET. SECOND* AND illlKU-
U — •> nici-li furnished sunny single rooms;
cheap. - je--' 3t« _
-I A ANTONIO ST..OPP. JONES, BETWEEN ELLIS
7 AND O'FABRELL— To let. In German family, a
furnished room, with bain and boms comfort tr tic-
sired. •--•» i«3 7l»
ROOM'S TO T.KT— CONTIXIi Kl>.
I *-?9x 111 POM i NEWLf FURNISHED Bl NJi V
*'"*'-' front room: private: reasonable. je^3t* _
OUSEKEEPING-LAROE IJASEMENT ROOM
closets. etc.: single front. 371 Minna si. »
T'-vfl HOWARD ST.-A LARGE, SUNNY FRONT
% 'i\J room. je3 at* -
£•1*754 GEARY— LARGE, SUNNY ROOM WITH
*J-J i piano; rent $7. |«3 2t*
OIJ OCTAVIA— SUNNY FRONT BAY-WINDOW
*JXr£ room : convenient to three Hues of cars. 34*
"1 7 POLK, NEAR MARKET-SUNNY FRONT
X I room or suite; also single; from 86 up. je3 3*
OOR FIFTH— B OR 3 PARTLY FURNISHED
U+jU housekeeping; 2 unfurnlsufd. •
Q9r. FIFTH— 4 ROOMS; FLATS: ON UITCU
O£.O St.: $12 and $13. •
79.'8 ELLIS-ROOM IN PRIVATE FAMILY,
I tlO with or without board. ]c.) i*
710 Howard — furnished single and
HO double rooms. je3 3'
A')& KEAKNY— NEWLY FURNISHED SUITES
J~<J and single rooms; $10. $I'O. $30. }e2tf
QAJI VALENCIA — NICELY FURNISHED
tJ\JX'i front roam ; sunny : private family. ]e2 3t»
"I 1 Q TENTH-ELEGANT ROOMS. SINGLE OR
J.XO double; piano: private family. Je2 ■_ ♦
TTNFURNISHED FLAT 4 SUNNY ROOMS;
KJ large yard. 257 Perry st , rear; $9. jo'i 2t»
1 ()Q HYDE— LARGE BACK ROOM; CLOSET;
J t/Qgas; bath. ;e-i «t*
I *>•_) J 1 BUSH — NICK SUNNX ROOM, FUR*
• ±-*J-± > nished ; suitable for two gentlemen;
*s. j.>2 3t«
1 O HICKORY AYE.. NEAR MARKET AND VAN
10 Ness —Furnished trout room; private fam-
ny^ ; ■-•-• at*
99J FIFTH — SUNNY SINGLE AND DOUBLE
Z.Z.I furnished rooms; $1 to if- week. jn2 '21*
3 SEVENTH-SUNNY FRONT ROOM: Fl'rt-
-0 lushed for 1 or 2 gents. ■ jel 3t*
9Q ELLIS— NICE, BUNNY FURNISHED ROOMS;
J-O alugle and double, }al lot
9QI £• SIXTEENTH, NEAR Mission NICELY
-*'JX\J furnished sunny front room. jel ;u*
1 »>/• SIXTH— NICKLY FURNISHED BAY-WIN-
XO\J room; »12 month. Jel 3t»
Al\A * KAN KLIN-NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS
rtv'^ to let; reasonable; gentlemen preferred.! 3*
"l A Q NINTH •_• OR 4 UNFURNISHED ROOMS;
X I t/ no children. jel 3t»
I 91 Q MISSION-MCELY FURNISHED FRONT
XL. IO room: family 3: $8. jel 3t»
A Ql MORRIS AVK.-FUKN I SUED FRONT ROOM;
*JQ i use kitchen; rent $0. 8y 36 tf
Q9Q PO.vr— ELEGANTLY * URM.sitKD PAR,
U—O lors; I'glJt housekeeping If desired; yard
gas, bath: other sunny rooms nicely furnished
reasonable. n:\Jf.lOt
9AA{? POWELL - ELEGANT FURNISHED
■vvuiwub; sunny; cheap; single or double;
private house. . my 3l 0 1 •
»> I I OAK-LARGE WELL-FURNISHED ISAY-
-011 window room: cheap rent; gas; private
family; very healthy ; cars pass door, myMl 4t»
Cljft HOWARD-SUNNY FURNISHED ROOMS,
£/uU single and double; also housekeeping. 31 lot
]1 O FOURTH - NEW BUILDING; SUNNY
J XO rooms en suite or single. my 3 15*
1/URNISHED FRONT SUITES, SUITABLE FOX
I oSicfa; other rooms also. 1148 Market. my 29 7t
I 07 FIFTH— CLOBBOOM WITH CON-
i»l venlences; rent uuinlnal. inyaOTt*
i) J 7 GEARY— PARLOR FLOOR. SUITABLE
~1 I foroinces; key at ai7'A Oeary st. my 23 7t*
1 ll* EIGHTH ST. — SUNNY UNFURNISHED
XXU double parlors; also single room: reason-
able. my2o 6t*
•_ > H A 1 1 ; HT — LARGE SUNNY FURNISHED
0 room and kitchen for light housekeeping. '28 71*
1 Of* SIXTH-NICE SUNNY ROOMS; CHEAP;
XO\J with bath. my^B 7t*
n TAYLOR. Nit. MARKET-3 FRONT FL'E-
nlshed suites; other rooms cheap, my 2B lm
[O SEVENTH— FURNISHED SUNNY
**jl-jU double rooms; reasonable. my"27 lot
90Q SEVENTH — LARGE FRONT SUNNY
<-OO room; furnished; 1 or 2 gentleman. 27 lOt
7Q'> MARKET — HANDSOME OFFICES AND
• GO furnished rooms c lean. ray 27 tf
8;Q GEARY— NEWLY FURNISHED SUNNY
O-O single rooms; private; reasouablo. 26 lot
') ]>) HYDE-SUNNY FURNISHED ALCOVE:
Pit) other rooms nicely furnished ;bath.g.is,2s lot
Q9UI JACKM)N— FURNISHED BOOMS CHEAP:
O-**J\i Spanish family; chance tolearu i*uguajje.tf
1 1 i'A\ MISSION - LOVELY SUNNY SUITES
1 lUt/ furnished or unfurnished; also. single and
double rooms; rent moderate. in.'.'; 1 m
QQQI JACKSON-SPANISH FAMILY WISHES
<-'— t'-j 2 respectable roomers; rooms well far-
-1 -hit rent reasonable; good opportunity to learn
fcpiiiilsh. my 16 tt
Ol Q SOE, NEAR market— a BEAUTIFUL.
010 sunny bay-window suite, with all the latest
improvements. my 13 tf
» RLINGION HOUSE, 127 KEAKNY -PLEAS-
n ant sunny rooms, en suite and single; lir-L l.is-j
In every respect: terms reasonable, mio tf
QT, (iF.ORG E. 812 KEARNY— LARGE AND
0 small room, 60c to $1. open all night, Tir 5 1m
Cl A EDDY-LARGE DOUBLE AM) SINGLE
»)X\J ibiu] lurnlalieil rooms; private. ny4 la
]••-.> MISSION— FINE SUITE OK ROOMS.
1 U«/«> with piano; also single room; terms rea-
souabie. my 3 tt
qg I > UPPER SUNNY FLAT; 4 ROOMS. TV?
{pXO. aye.. near Van Ness. ap2l tf
\ OBBMITB HOUSE, 1045 MARKET ST.. BET.
1 Sixth and Seventh: 35c to fl per night; per
wet It, »1 50 to f5: single awl on suite; tamiiies.2J tf
rpllE ABBOTBFOBD, NW. COR. LARKIN AND
I Broadway— Nice, quiet, genteel ana liomqilk •>:
furnished or nnrurnished sunny rooms at extremely
inoilerate prices: light hou<ekt!ei>ing permitted.4tf
• llOAlllH>»i AM) BtOOJfS.
O no LEA K.N rtrOBTH— BOOMsi FURNISHED,
OKJO with board: reference. jeS 6f
QOI FOWI 1.1. MIX U)\K)-KOOMS EN >lITK.
t/V/X single: first class; board; reference*, je2 lm
rj A O PINE-PLEASANT ROOMi, WITH KXCEL-
-1 it) lent board; fitO. (^5. $.; 0 per month. 2'J 7t*
\ MERICAN EXCHANGE HOTEL, SANSOMK
« St.— Positively tUo best value in the city for
permanent or day boarders; good rooms; elegant
tab c; rates $6 to $10 perweok; per day $1 up.]2Btf
\IONT(JOMERrS TEMPERANCE HOTEL, ill
lv and %2» becond St.— Single meals 25c-, ixiartl^il
room per Car, 75c to 91; by the ween. »4 to $5: :rM
teach to and from the lioiet. apJlt/
~, «:hii,i»i;KN MOAKIMUD
roCLli LIKE (HILDKKN TO BOARD:
»' pleasant yard ; good home. 2623 Mission. '2 1111
PEHNKD HOME FOR 2 LITTLE CHILDREN:
It pleasant house, prettily located: sunny ground*;
excellent care; unexceptional references will be
given. 23 Glen Fan aye., off Twelfth --!., bet Mis-
slon and Howard. my 29 7f
pELIABI.E PARTY CAN FIND EXCELLENT
J > home fur Infant of respectaDto pareutage; first-
class care; first-class tftrius: unexceptional refer-
ences will be given. Address Experienced, box st>,
tins ofiicp. my 7t«
BTVKJCa XI VtCI. "
STOBA6EI BTORAQEI BTORAOEI Mm.i.miih
cellar: centrally located; hard finish; suitable
for all business; size 50x149 feet; ceiliu* 11 feet:
concrete iluor; liydraullu elevator. 212 Eddy
street. ' jc3 4teod
STORE AND 4 ROOMS; RENT, $12; GOOD
O stand for business. 1237 Twenty-fourth. je2 3*
O-> 1 PACIFIC ST.-COMPLETELY FURNISHED
iJ — '± restaurant to let cheap. je2 7t»
nn(i POLK— VERY HANDSOME STORE, WITH
-Ui) 4 living-rooms, for any kind ot business.]el 3
TORES WITH 3 ROOMS TO LET. 853 VOLSOM
O St., near Sixth. my 30 8t»
STORE-301 UNION. APPLY AT 400 UNION
SJ 1 1 ft. n<y3o 7t*
STORK; 2 LIVING-ROO.MS; LARGE, SUNN ,
yard: rent cheap. 5t4 Sixth st. my 29 7t*
QTORE AND BASEMENT, BLOCK FROM MAR
0 ket and Fourth sts.; bisemeiit 50x120 feet,
store 85x25 feet; wholesale and retail wine business;
whole or one-half. Inquire S'2 Mission st my-'Otf
STORE TO LET AT 24 AN 26 EIGHTH ST.,
0 ne>r Market. my 3 tf
~ '• SIUIMKK HKSOItfS. ~~"
' A NDBBSUIi SFBINBS, LAKE COUNTY, HOT
xV stlla4iar and Iron bathj. natural steam baths,
are celebrated for the cure ot malaria, rheumatism,
paralysis. St. Vttos dance, dropsy, catarrh: cold
sulphur, go la, magueila mm iron springs for dys-
pepsia, stomach, kidney aid liver affections; soar
springs for hemorrhage of the lungs; the Heilmer
and Caro springs fur constipation; hot sulphur
spring water cares piles; splendid hunting and li-di-
lug; board $10 to $1 I per week: by rail to Calls-
togo, stage to springs. Write for further particulars
to .1. ANDERSON, proprietor. myl3 lin
T A^ > A SODA SPRINGS, LOCATED ON SOON-
_ » tain side. 5 miles northeast of Nap», 1000 reet
above the Napa Valley ; hot and cold Napa SOda>
water baths: accommodations- first class: "burro*"
lor children to ride: telephone and postonice:
terms $15 per week. ANDREW JACKSO.N. pro-
prletur. ■ 9 my 7 2in
OAK UKOVE COTTAGK, SARATOGA, FOOT.
hills, Santa Cruz Mountains, near Congress
Spring. 4 miles from Los tjatos, where gnests will
be met; healthlul climate, watered roads, lovely
walks and drives; good table; cream, >ggs. fruit,
etc. A. B. PALMER, Maratoyi. l'»l. my3eodtf
|>LUE LAKEH HOTEL. LAKE COUNTY— UN-
-1 > tier new management and extensively improved;
the Switzerland of America; 1500 leet above sea;
excellent bunting, fishing, boa. ing and bathing;
*cencry grand and romantic; excellent French
cooking: excursions to all points of interest in
county: rail to Uklah, thence stage direct to hotel;
terms reasonable. JIOUKY .1 BEINEM AN. props.,
I ertha Postoißce, Lake County, Cal. ap2S 3m
Th LEASE: NEW HOUSE; 15 ROOMS: AT MILL
X Valley: modern improvements; fine summer re-
sort. Inquire C. J. OAftDNEK. 28 Twelfth St., Sin
Francisco, or P. GARDNER. Mill Valley. ay Bo tf
I)ARAISO SPRINGS, MONTEREY COUNTY,
X Cat.— -Season of 1892.— New cottage*, newly fur-
nished; new bathing facilities; thorough renova-
tion; same management as for past 6 years; train
Third and Townscnd sts., 8:15 a. m. E. J. FOS-
TER. proprietor. ap2s 'Jin
ILLALASI.OMAh; HEALTH AND PLEASURE
V resort; beautifully situated In the Santa Cruz
Monntalus, % l^M miles from Santa Crnz; send for
clreular. AD ZILLMEB * SON, Santa Cruz, inlW tf
11ESORTS. SPRINGS AND HOTELS OF THB
itFacliic Coast, with rales, location, eta, oi>
lished lv tlio Hotel Guide, 100 pages. For sale or
newsdealer*, or scu-J 25c in stamp-* to W. M. FAS 1
'Jfc-RSON. publisher. 310 Post St.. S. F. mrltf
A^TKOI.OtJT.
Mi;s Wilson lELLS PAST, F UTti BE. FBE^
PBt; I^'iirs 50c. gents $1. 108 Eighth, niyll3m
MMi DR. THOMAS, SCIENTIFIC REVEALEtt
l>y eggs and cards; tells rntlr« life, pnst, pr-i
cnt. future; consultations on all aff.iirs, nothing ex-
cepted: name given, valuable advice and sura help;
restores lost love by sympathy: impossible; i
diseases cured: tee $1: letters' 2. 30 Kearuy. 13 ly !
MB. KXOIUUS. CLAIRVOYANT. HAS RE-
moved to 14 Turk St.. Hqm-.ii '.): fen 50c <.'.'4 tr
ft .■%>."» Alt t'l.
Misfl m.iuna SOULD am» miss i:ha r.i 1:-
TON want gentlemen agents. 33Vi O'Farreil
street, parlors 3 and 1. jol 3t»
■ . . wriKt 1 o \LI>.«. .
meT^osetta— advTck on all "business
and personal matters. 131 Fourth st. my 6
RS.~J. .1. WHITNEY. CLAIRVOYANT. TEST
medium anil Ufa reader.- 218 Stockton. apis tC
COM'KACTOIW AND HI lI.Di:KJ»I
A^^S^ScCONaITeY. "l^AltP^N^Eir^AND
builder, 122 Eddy— Jobbing, repairing attended:
store mid office fitting a spocialty. Teiep'i'e :'.l--i If
JV.LAWKENOE.CARP ENTER AND BUILD «,t
. 611* bacrameuto st. : cabinet worn and fitting 119
aiticeb jTumpUy attended; lelepuoue k>OU. uiltSiC
. vnnnm
DR. H. It. M l;iii\ .li:.. dextist7__Fkkarv_
h_. 8. K. Hours— 9-1. a. m.. 1-5.7-8 p. m. jet 3m
\\U. H. CRAIGIK HAS KKMOVED FROM 19
l-^6tli to 1035 Market, opp. J. J. O'Brien's. m__ lm
Dl;. H. U. \OU.N<j — EXTRACTION PAINLESS-
I;I>ii-\vi it:, Irldirt-work, teeth without plates,
a specialty. 1641 Polk m. mjl* tf
ATO PAIN— EXTRACTING OF TKKTH NtADB
— > easy, 50c and *1; artiiicial teeth fro n *5. till,
ins from $!. CUOUMK DenUl AS3oci_tio;i. 75.
Market st.. bet. Third ana Fourth. apl_ tr
B. HKA. 823 MAKKKT, EXT. TEETH No;
with gas $1; fillings low; Oiwiieveuiugs. ji3 t'
1 JTJtK I>lt> TAX CO_LKO_: CH A KU JM OS LT
J- for material u«ed. Koom 107. 1170 .Market. fttt
IKI CHILD KNOWS GAS IS JIAXU£EU>U3:
-^V by uiy wonderful secret local application to
the gums aoy tooth may be extracted or fillaJ
! ■.■iinii.'ssiy: nine first prizes ■_w~ardo<l tua for finest
MJicgs, plate and bridge nuts; nmco open ev^a-
Hips anil Sundays. HR. (>. W. LKEK. 6 O'Karrell.tt
<UJ'7 A SET >Oli TEETH; WARRA-NTKD A3
«lT • good as can be made: ftlliQsr SI. DR. SIMMS,
-eutlst. B-0 Market St.. next Baldwin The_ter.o.Uf
C«7 Ml': RKPAIRINU $1; FILLING $1 &XT >».
C * iiilnlcsa. SOc. DR. C.A. PERRY. . Mason. raj;f_
pOLTON DE.NXAL ASbOCIATIO.V. -OS MARKET
\J st (Plielau Building), positively extract taeCli
without pain with -Coiton Gas "; also .erroriu «li
cperatlous in deatlstry. DR.OHAS. W. DECK_l_7»t
j lit. A. I.L M BILL, 14-3 MARKKTST.. NKAB.
U J-leTenth; no charge for extractinz whea pl_ - ,e_
tie made: old plates mads over nice uevr; teeca
from $_ per set: extracting 60«; gas given. Hi
DR. C. XI. WILSON. DKNTIST,, VJ» MARIST*
St.. tft. Kuril and hlxtu. ».»n _Imwi_ tie 15;:
A5»St,SS«i:\ I NOTICES^
SsESSMK.N 1' R< 1 1 UK - IHOLLAK M ININU
• oiniiaiiy. Location or principal place o( busi-
ness, San Krauclsco, Cal. Location of works,
Virginia, Storey County, Nev. Notice Is here v
given that at a meeting of the buard of directors,
held on the d«jr o! May. 189.. »»» assessinsnt
(No. :•{:■!) of Jilty (5.) cents per share wns levied
upon tl:e capital stuck or the corporation, pnyalde
Inuuediately la r_ltfd Mates gold coin to tDe sec-
retary, at tfie oftice ot ttie company, room 79,
Nevada ISiotk, 3ot» Montgomery st., San Francisco,
CM
Any stock upon which this assessment shall re.
main unpaid on the _liVE.N"TH DAY OK JULY,
180., will be delinquent and advertised for sale <-.t
public auction ; and unless payment is made before
Will be sold on WEDNESDAY, the 27th day of July.
1832, to pay the delinquent assessment, tozethcr
with costs of advertising aud expenses of sale. i:y
order of the bjanl of directors.
CHA& E. BIXIOT. secrftary^
OHlc*— Room 79. Ni'vaila ltioct. 309 Montgouiery
St.. San .rancisco. Cal. my 3l It]
4»SK«SM£NT NOTICE — BULLION MINING
_ V Company. Location of principal place of busi-
ness, San . rancUeo, Cal. Location of works, Storey
County, Nev.
Notice is hereby given that at a meetlm or he
board of directors, held on the _.th day or May,
1.9., an a.s.l incut (No. 38; of *5 cents per iliare
nt le.vied upon the capital stock of the corpor-
ation, payable unmediat«iy In United States cold
coin, to the secretary at ttie oftice if the cuiupAuy,
roam "0, 331 Pine street, San Frauclsco, Cal.
Anr stock upon which this assessment shall re
main nnpaid on the VBth day or Ju:is, 1892, will te
d-ltiiquerii and advertised for sale at public anc-
l.on, and. unless payment is made bef.re. will lie
■old o.i Tuesday, the 1 itt.i day of July, IB9_, to pay
tns delinquent assessment together with cos of
: advertislD^ and expenses of sale. Hy crdsr of the
board of directors. i: R. GRAYSON. Secretary.
Office, room 20, 331 Pine -street, San Francisco,
Cal. , niy.s td
OVERMAN' MIA Eli MlNlNli CO M PAN V— LO-
cation of principal place or business. Xan rran-
pteeo, Cal.: location of wort;*, Uoid Mill, Storey
County, >cv.
Notice is hereby given that at a meeting or the
ro.rU or Director*. It'll on the 19th day of May,
189-. an assessment (No. 6i> of thirty cents (_oc)
per share was levied upon the capital stock of the
corporation, payable lmmoUiateiy in United St t ■.»
gol 1 co 7. to the .een-rary at the office of the com-
pany, 41 . California street, San Francisco. CM.
Any stock upon which this assessment shall re.
main unpaid en ttie _.d day or June, 18. 2, will be
delinquent and advertised lor sale at public auc-
tion, and, uuies.4 payment Is made before, will be
sold in MONDAY, the eleventh (11th) day of July,
ISP2, to pay the d«:inq.eut a«s<ssinent, together
v tb costs of advertising awl expenses or sal-", by
order of the Board of Directors.
GEORGE D. EDWARDS, Secretary.
Office— -<"o. 414 California street, San Francisco,
Cai. niy_o td
V OTICK OK ASSfcSsMKNT-BKLCiIK::
xi Mining Company. Location or principal place of
business, San .'rancisco, C_l.; location or worts,
liold Hill, Storey County, N>v.
Notice Is hereby given that at a meeting or the
board of directors, held on the 17th day of May,
)592. an a-3«-_meut, Mo. 44, of £5 cents per s.nre
was levied upon the capital stock of the corpora-
tion, payable immediately la United Mate* iroid
colu to ttie secretary, at the o&ice of the company,
room 8. 331 line St., Sao - raiic.sco, C'»l.
Any stock upon which this assessment shall re-
main unpaid on the "Ist day of June, 1892. will bo
delinquent, and advertised for sale at public auc-
tion; ami unless p-ymeut is made before will he
gold on TU'sday, the l.tb day of July. 1..2, to pay
tie delinquent a.'sesamenr, together with the cost?
of »il viTtislu^ and expenses ot sale. By order of
the board ot directors.
C. L. PERKINS. Secretary.
— Room 8, 331 Pine st., block l.xcii in^e
biiiullujr. .San Francisco. Cal. . m. 18 td
ASSESSMENT NOTICE— CHALLENGE CON-
solidated Mining Company. Location or prin-
cipal place of business, San Francisco, CalKornla;
location of works, Uoid Hill. Nevada.
Notice Is hereby given, that at a meeting of the
Board of Directors, held on the 16th day of May,
IS<.»_. an assessment (No. i 1) or twenty-five cents
por share was levied upon tho capital stock of the
corporation, payable immediately In United Slates
sold cola to the secretary, at t';e office of the com-
pany, 331 Pine st., room 3, San Francisco, Cali-
fornia.
Any stock upon which t : -is assessment shall
remain unpaid on t.e'-Ot. day or June, 1 892, will
be delinquent, and advirtised for sale at public
auction: and unless payment Is made before, will
be sold on Tuesday, the l.th day of July. 1592. to
pajr the delinquent assessmeat together with costs
of ndvertisinc aud expenses ol sale.
Py order of the Board of Directors.
C. L. McCOT, Secretary.
Office— 33l Pine st , room 3, San Francisco, Call-
fornia. • myl7 td
4 BSBSSMKICT NOTICE-MEXICAN GOLD A
J\ Silver Mining roicp.tcy. Location or principal
pla.e ol business, Baa Fiauciico, California: low-
tion or works. Virginia, Storey Ccutity. Nevada.
Notice is hereby given, that at a meeting or the
Board of Directors, held on the 16th day of May,
IS9-, an esses.raeut (No. 45) of twenty-fire (25)
cents per share whs levied upon the capital stock of
the corpopation, payable immediately in ruited
States Roid coin, to the secretary, at the office or
the company, room 79. Nevada block, 309 Mont-
gomery st., Sau Francisco, California.
Any stock upon which this assessment shall
remain unpaid on the -Ist day of June, 1.92, will
be delinquent, and advertised for sale at public
auction; and unless payment is mr.de before, will be
ji. ld o'i Tuesday, the l_;h day of July, 1892, to pay
the delinquent assessment together with costs or
advertising and expenses of sal..
Uy order of the Board of Direr tow.
CHAS. K. _LLI«»T, S«cr«tary.
Office— Room 79, Nevada block, 309 Montgomery
St., San Francisco, California. . rn>l7id
YELLOW JACKET M I.V KB MINING COM-
-1 pany. — location of work-. Gold Hlil, Storey
Coanty, Neva.la; principal place or business, Hold
Hlil, Nevada. Notice Is hereby given th it at a
meeting of the board of trustees of this company,
held on tue 9th day or Kay. A D. 189_. an assess-
ment (No. 51 ) of twenty-five cents per share was
levied upon each and every share of the capital
stock or said company. nrthlCT Immediately to the
secretary *at the office ol tee company, or to James
Rowlands, transfer secretary, Koom 3. 331 1 lue
street, San Francisco, Calirnrnla. Any stork upon
which this assessment shall remain unpaid on
Tuesday, June 14, 1892, will be deemed delin-
quent, and will be duly advertised for sale at pub-
lic auction, and. unless payment shall bo made be-
fore, will be sold on Monday, the 18tb day or July,
1892, at 1 o'clock v. m., In front of the office of the
company, to pay the delinquent assessment, to-
gether with costs of Advertising ana expenses of
sale. By order of the board of trustees.
my 12 ta W. 11. VKLT. Secretary.
SSKSSMENT NOTICE-JUSTICE COMPANY.
ABBESB3JE3CT NOTICE-JUSTICE COMPANY.
Location of principal place or business, San
Franeisro, California; location of works. Gold Hill
Mining District, Storey County, Nevada. Notice Is
hereby given that at a meeting of fie Board ot
Directors, ln-id on M day of May, 18.2. an assess-
ment (No. 50) of 15 cent* per share was levied upon
the capital stock of the corporation, payable imme-
diately In United States gold coin, to the Secretary,
at the cilice of the company, room 3, Haywird
building. 419 California -L, Sau Francisco. Cali-
fornia.
Any stock upon which this assessment shall re-
main unpaid on the 6th day of June, 1.92. will be
delinquent and advertised 'or sale at public auc-
tion: and unless payment is made before, will be
sold on Monday, the _7th dar of June. 1~*?-. to pay
the delinquent assessment, together with cost* of
advertising ana expenses or sale.
Bf order of tho Hoard c' l>!rertors.
R. E. KELLY, Secretary.
Office— Tioom 3; Hayward's bul!dii:g, 419 Caliror-
nla st.. San Francisco. Calirorula. myB td.
\ SSKSSMENT NOTICE— DI GOLD AND
yV Silver Mining Company. 1o: ation of principal
place of businessman Fraucla^o. Cal. ; ation of
works, Tuscarora, Kiko County, Nev.
Notice Is hereby given that at a meeting of the
Hoard or Directors, held oa th* 3d day of May,
1882, in assessment. >o. H. of five cents (sc) per
share was levied upon tiio capital stock of the cor-
poration, payable Immediately in United States
gold coin, to the secretary, at the office of the com-
pany, room 20. 331 Pino st . San Francisco. Cal.
Any stock upon which this assessment shall re-
main unpaid ou the tenth (10) day of June, 1.92,
will be delinquent, and advertised for sale at
public auction: and unless payment ismnde before,
will be sold on THURSDAY. th» thirtieth (30) any
of June, 1.9_. to pay the delinquent assessment,
together with costs of .dvertlstna and expenses of
said. By order of tho Board or Directors.
■ It. GKAYSON, Secretary.
Office— Room 20. 331 Pine »t..San Francisco. Cal.4 td
\ WEEK'S NEWS FOR 5 CKNTS— THB WKKKLT
£2 Cam.. In wrapper. Mad* for mailing.
~ AUVKItTIS-M-^
IF TOO WISH TO AOVEUTISK ANYTHI^tt
_ anywhere at auy time writ* to UKO. P. ItOWKLL
* CO.. 10 Spruce St., New York. au!9 ly
L'VBKY ONE IN .NEED OP INFORMATION OX
-T-< the subject of advertising will do well to ojUla
• copt of "Book for Advertisers," 38. pages, priot
1 1 : mailed, postage paid, on roceipt of price: c.a-
lain* a careful compilation from the A:n«ric.*n
Newspaper Directory of all the best paper. aa_
class journal.: give* th* circulation rating or every
one, and a good deal of information about rats) an.
other matters pertaining to the tmslneis of a War-
ti_ln_. AldroM KOWELL'S AOViLHrl_lN_ BO
US.* " la spree* su a«w York. auiß ly
l'KDl'OsAi... ~ '
I>KOPOSALB luX m:>ll 'PROVISION. AND
JL PROV_N'DERFUU THE NAVY-YARD. MAKE
ISLAND. CAI-— 18, 1892. Sealed proposals,
indorsed -'Proposals for Fresh Provisions and Prov-
ender for the Navy-yard. Mare Island, Cat., to be
opened June 10, 189.," win be received at the
Bureau of Provisions nnd Clothing, Navy Depart-
ment, Washington, D. ('.. until l'_ o'ciocK noon,
June 10, 1.9., and publicly opened immediately
thereafter, to furnish at the Mare Island Navy-yard
100,000 pounds fresh beer, 100,009 noumls tresu
vegetables, 100.000 pounds fresh bread, 100.000
pounds navy biscuit. 22,000 pounds of ice; abo a
quantity or provender, consisting of out*, barley,
bay, &c. The articles must conform to the navy
standard and pass the usual naval Inspection. Blank,
proposals will be fiirnisli«d upon application to the
Commandant of the Navy-yard, the Navy Fay Of-
rice, San Francisco, Cal., or to the Unreins. Tie bias,
all other things being equal, decided by lot The
Department reserves the rl?ut to waive defects or
to reject any or all bids not deemed advantageous
to the Government. EDWIN STEWART, _>»«.
maH'r-Ornerat. U. S -V. > mv_7 FrMo 4t '
_ ~ ■
Eeo aIT" is otic eh.
OTICETO CREDITORS— ESTATE Of UEOKGE
il W. HOWE, deceased— Notice Is hereby given by
the undersigned,' JOHN c. HOWE, administrator
of the estate of GEORGE W. HOWE, deceased, to
the creditors of and all persons having claims
against the said deceased to exhibit them with the
i.ecessarv vouchers witnlu four months after the
first publication of this notice to the said adminis-
trator at the office of K. IV Clement. Esq., 120 .-ut-
tor street, room 61, in thu city and county of .an
Francisco, State of California, the same being his
place lor the transaction or th.> business of the .aid
estate In ths city and county or Siui Francisco, Stata
of California. JOHN HOWE, Administrator of
the estJteot GEORGE li 'WE, deceased.
Dated at S.mi Francisco. May 31. lHif.', my 3l 5t
__^^ :„/.;,, io ljjta^ y..
TEAM POWER TO -ET^^WITH WELL-
lighted rooms at _ l-.G Eighth, nr. Market. MS tr
PLAYING AT WAR.
Annual Practice of tlie Artillery
on This Coast.
.
Some Excellent Karksmaaship Displayed— Tte
Cavalry PractiC3-The Amount of Calcu
lation That the Officers Have to Do.
It looks like war times out at the Pre
sidio these days. The rfficers from Gen
eral Graham are down on the field la top
boots, slouch hats aud campaign 'uniforms,
while the rnpu are working as they only
work once tv year.
In behind the parapets, where the big s
inch converted rirle cannons are mounted;
the scene is a very realistic one. On a t-.iblf
trie ofiiers are working out the lines and
angles for the range of fire. Great shells
are stacked away in the magazines near at
hand, while beside the big gun. lay the
swabs, rammers and other paraphernalia
used by a battery in action.
A sullen boom rolls across the water
from Aleatrn/.. and hardly has the smoke
lifted when the batteries of the Presidi ■
reply and a shell goes shrieking from on*
of the big cannon toward th_ blana.
It looks like a duel between the fort on
Alcatrnz and the batteries on the main land,
but it is not.
It is only annual target practice for all
Uncle Sam's artillerymen on this coast, ana
the gunners at Aleatraz fire their shots m
imaginary squares la the water, while the
batteries at the Presidio blazo away at .-•
triangular piece of sailcloth 15 feet long m
the base and anchored 2700 yards away In
the bay.
Yesterday the PresuHo batteries had a
hard time of it on account of the constant
drifting of the target, and hence it was the
officers who worked tire hardest. Two par
ties of engineers stationed back on the hills
over a mile apart and equally distant from
the breastworks, with which they were
connected by a telephone line, furni>!iMl
the observation, from which the offic-rs
within the parapets m.i their c;ilcu!a
tluua. Running the tfl.phone line. Wi>s
"war work," too; the rapidity with which
the lines were run and put iuto sifceesifnl
operation sDeaus welt for the drillini: of th ■
men in that branch of the service, while the
accuracy of the observations and calcula
tions were pioven by the excellent scores
made by the firing parties, every shot fall
ing within a circle 10 feet in diani.tui
around the target.
The general order providing for the an
nual target practice requires each battery
to fire three shots from the 8-inch muzzle
londinjj rifle?, 8 and 10 inch (toga mortars
and the l_-iuch smooth-boro cannon. Tile
ran_e3 with the muzzie-loading and siege
guns is 1700 and 27<K) yards mid with tin*
mortars 1000 and 1860 yards. The practice
begins at 8 a. m. daily except Saturday ana
.Sunday and closes when tho required num
ber of shots have been tired.
While the artillerymen are banging away
with the big cannon the cavalry troop is
hard at work practicing with their carbines
at ranges from 200 on up to 800 yards. To
day they commence the skirmish firing, and
volley firing will follow.
The big 8-inch guns will boom all of to
day, and then the men will take a rcsl until
Monday. j
ALONG SEA AND SHORE.
-he Oceanic Sails for the Orient— The
San Junn Delayed.
The Occidental and Oriental Company'.
steamor Oceanic sailed for Japan and C! i la
yesterday with 25 cabin and 132 Chine-;.
--passengers. Of the latter 12 had been re
fused a landing. The, Oceanic took on
about $500,000 in treasure, chiefly eonsigM M
from Chii.ese here to their people- in tin
home country.
The steamer San Juan of the Pacific Mai!
Company's line, which was booked to sail
on Saturday, will not leave till Monday.
The Saturday date was fixe, in conformity
with a regular rule of the company thai
when the sailing day falls on a Sunday the
vessel shall leave on the previous Saturday.
Hereafter the steamer on such occasions
will bii dispatched ou the following Mon
day. J'i ; San Juan will call at UaZAtlai>;
Acapnlco, Champ^rico, San Jose dc Guate
mala and La Libertad.
The unsightly ar.d dangerous approach
to the Pacific Mail dock has at last been
taken in hand by Superintendent Qiileran.
The broken timbers and the big hole, have
been fenced in ; a quantity of basalt blocks
have been dumped, and the signs are that an
eyesore and nuisance of many years' stand
ing will be speedily removed.
The bliisting at Telegraph Hill goes
cheerily on, but the local residents are get
ting to be of tho opinion that patience has
ceased to be a virtue. Yesterday the house
915 Battery street was nearly wrecked by a
mass of rock falling on the roof, crushing
the skylight and two doors. On Monday a
fragment of rock was hurled fully 20 yards,
smashing the connecting rod of the engine
used to hoist the stone into the wagons.
W. H. Paddock, formerly of the steam
Point Arena, has been appointed purser i»l
the steamer ilattie Gag. on the Eel Kiver
route. .
The removals yesterday included the
Chieftain from stream to sea, Hie S. G.
Wilder from the stream to the refinery, tin
ship Jabez Howes from Furl Point In
stream. To-day the schooner Zampa aud
the bark Palmyra will tow to sea.
The Japanese on the bftrk^ntine S. G.
Wilder were lauded by tug .Reliance yester
day.
It is expected that tho police will take
some action to-day with n view to abating
the nuisance caused by a gang of hoodlums
who have suddenly invaded the feiry front
in the guise of newsboys. Host of these
fellows are of the toughest class, and from
18 to 25 years of age. Their ruffianly man
ner terrifies and annoys passenger*, ami the
poor little newsboys are being robbed tf
nickels which support nobody, and from ar
pearances are mostly spent in hoodlum
orgies and steam beer.
The steamer Yaquina went on the Mer
chants' drydock yesterday.
The following changes* of command are
noticed: Captain William Randall to com
mand the steamer Atnaie; Captain Ya rue
berg to the Ilastie Gage; Captain Fosen to
steamer Newsboy; Captain Friederichs t»
tliH Pike County ; John C. Jochins to the
Alameda and C. F. Seemaa to theEuergetio.
The last three vessels are bay schooners.
Ex-Senator J. G. Fair is driving a row of
piies along the entire extent of his water
front property, between Lewis and Baker.
Lombard and Webster street. The included
space will be filled with brushwood by
which 43 blocks will be reclaimed within
two or three years. This will enable tin
seawall to be ultimately extended to the
Presidio.
The bnrkentins Quickstep went out yes
terday with a non-union crew. During the
previous night she was boarded at Green
street wharf by a number of men. some ol
whom held and gagged the aged watchman
while the others threw the clothes of tbo
non-union men overboard.
A sturgeon 15 feet long and weighing 700
pounds was among the trophies at Fisher
men's wharf early yesterday morning.
The Chinese cook of the bark Sagnmore
took a suicidal leap into the bay yesterday,
but was rescued with no worse damage, than
a thorough ducking.
A PECULIAR CASE.
I'li/zliiiß Syinptnini of a Patient. in tl>.
lleceivlns Hospital.
Tne condition of the young man who was
taken from the Potrer> to the Receiving
Hospital Wednesday afternoon is puz/lnu
the physicians of that institution. From an
envelope found in the ratient's pocket it U
lelieved Unit his came is A. li. _Creti*on
and that he recently came to this city from
Vacavillo. When first taken to the hospital
it was thought that he was differing from
hunger, but yesterday afternoon he w;i~
still unconscious and at times it was
thought that he was insane. At one Inter
val he became delirious and again relapsed
into unconsciousness. There is somewhat
or a -mystery surrounding the case. The
patient's right side a_pear» to be paralyzed,
while bis right hand frequently moves from
his mouth to his right pant', pocket.
Licensed to Marry.
Licenses to marry have been issued to:
Alfred F. H. Straub and AnnnChlapse. 27-". 1 "
We Glnp iind All Yet, 35— 24.
( John T. McMillan and Kale U. Walk Ins, -5
* Victor K. Gullelmo and Margaretiia noppen
bercer, 32— 23. , __ „,
Albert W. LlDforth and Grace Stryker, 25-21
I James a. Wolff and Julia A. Levy, 82-20. ....
David B. Faktor and Amalia llll_e.iaud. 33-
SI " ■ •"■■'- -■'.' -
George Oliver and Amelia B. Tweedale, 37—
47 Gustav Israel aud Charlotte Ullniatiu. 48-37.
Gußtav Isiae! and Charlotle rilnianu. 48-:.7
Klcliaid Manning and Annie Carroll. 30-26.
Fdward H. I'ielie and Kate Morrisse. 20—
William A. KogoscU and Lou Austin, 25-21.
Eugeue W. Lick and Stella 11. Howe, 30-20.
Boys Hob a Vacant Hous*.
A vacant house owned by W. B. Brad
bury on California street, near Van Ness
avenue, has been entered and ransacked by
boys several time?. Wednesday Btg '
fee youths named James Crawford, Louis
Vauriu aud Edward Kaudolph entered ttw
premises and were arrested for burglary in
Hie second Oegree.
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