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COPG^-XG-ItOUBES FOR. SACK.
QArtH »-odgxn_-hoc__C i_ RooiisrALL
UW« full; walnut furniture; going East cause
of sale. Mclaughlin & CO.. 26 Kearny. *
•i 1 '>()(! LODGING. HOUSE: 17 ROOMS; N.
Cl-^"'.of Market St.; will pay $100 per
i itn. MCLAUGHLIN. 26 Keartiy bt. 1*
C 1 ()(\(\ WDO1N«;-HOUSE 35 ROOMS; BEST
', 1 \J\J\J. location In the city; house alwaysfiiH;
low rcr.t: pr<>ent owner has bern there 18 years;
Kolng east on nccounr of sickness in family: there-
lore makes this sacrifice: this is mi honest bargain ;
full investigation granted. M. LKSS, 5 Fourtn. »
via TED-HOuTe OF 30 TO 50 ROOMS. SUIT-
ft able for tw)_r<lii)(: aii<t lodfrlnp: must lie snnny
»ad sooil location. Address M. V., box 160. Call
Branch Office. jo! 8 3t
BARGAINS IN LODGING-HOUSES.
40 rooms *2100;ti0 rooms $3000
7 rooms. ... 200, aO rooms ll'tJO
1 1 rooms 4SO tlO »nxs 9000
lSro'-ms. 700i17 rooius ....... . 1000
__ rooms ._ ... 1400 S5 roams... -out)
SO rootii*. 800 4 rooms •J5O
50 rooms 5000140 rooms 1800
To buy. sell or exchauge real estate, or any thine
call on ■r write to li. C. DECKER. OUO Market. ♦
<3^fin in AC 01 TOF DEATH : 20 ROOMS ;
p-A'^'. clears $40 over rent Bay - window
house. 12 sunny rooms, $500; $200 cash, balance
payments. HKALY a CO.. 1148 Market st •
< t ;"(| A MCE AND >VI.V FURNISHED
V"""' louse of 10 rooms. IPS Taylor st. jl7 tf
QrßOn L °I>GING-HOUSE. ?O •OBIS; LOCA-
y vjjk.'. tloa central. Apply Call Branch. 16 7t*
I7H>_ SALE-CHEAP: LOuTiING-HOl SE OK 15
■*■ roonn and bath: well furulshed; good location;
JH— _—'________ . alwl «?» f»H- Apply C4tll Branch.l 2 "*
<%Q(in LODGING-HOUSE; 40 ROOMS; OWN-
•> U\'U. <■■■ departing. :il Hunt, near Third. I 7t«
Fl'E.vi TURK i ok SALE.
/-•OUNTRY BUYERS WlSllTN^^ticT)Nn^irAN7)
V.-' furniture or carpets al reduced prices: satiTac-
tk-n or money lefumled shipped frce.773.Mar_tt.ly
Z^OOD CUANCE-YOLR ROUaK FURNISHED
VX complete wltn furniture, carpets, stoves, cur-
talus, b.ankets, pictures and mirrors at cash prices.
on easy Installments: small deposit M. FRIED-
MAN * CO.. largest Installment house on the coast.
328-230 Stockton it,, 237 Post; open evenings;
promit attention paid to country orders. 1 tt
<5? 1 < BEIVROOM SKT OK 7 PIECES AT NEW-
_gi*±. MAN BROS., 117 Sixth st jy29 12m
A-OTICE-I Ail NOW AT 1-- FOURTH* (NEW
J-> _liildin<>. and otfer a Ur.- stock ot general
bousehold furuliure at reduced prices; SDO cstrpcts,
food as new: stoves, $«J: antique chamber suits.
16: parlor suits, ¥25: casn or installments: ail at
btfirock prices. T. H. NELSON. 12(5 Fourrmt. al tr
VIEW CHAMBER SKTS OK 7 PI EC US. $15 CASH,
■*-> cr insialimi"it. WII.I.KY FRUS. Ml jftssloa. a
BUSINESS CHANCES.
V ( i(i<) SALOON; OLD-ESTAIiLISHBD'IJUSI-
V t-'V/Lf. nesi: cood reason for sßllice: paying
t u*ine<3. MCLAUGHLIN _ CO., -26 Kearny st. »
l\l\l\ BUTCHER* OLD ESTAB-
— WU. itshed business: '2 hor.-es and wagons;
caali trade. McI.AIUiHLIN. 26 Kearny st. 1*
Ql AAf» PARTNER WANTED: A NCFACr-
<» JUUUurlug business: splendid chance Tor
steady man. See McLAUGHLIN.26^ Kenrny.l7 4*
Q'jnAA LIQUOR-STORE-BCSINESS PART
<_ -I'UU. of the city: paying business. Mc-
LAUGH LI A CO., 26 Kear_y at. jel2 tf
QIA A A PINK CORN 1:R S ALOON FOR SALK—
0 J 'JV.lv. E«tab!^hed 15 years; Oolug a large
trade; No. 1 location; kept by present t»vri;er 6
years: long lease at low rent: best ieasocs for seli-
ing: largo stuck. Ap;.ly K. KENNY. 1004 Market*
QT.AA AN ACTIVE MAN WANTED AS A
<pUVV.'. partner to keep plain accounts, look
la.'ter tne _e!p s&d collections la a fine nianutactur-
ing business In this city; is clearing $.'OO per
ciocth ever all expenses; large orders on hand:
tinplcysa good many men: you can try it for SO
daj s before purch_t;ng; tools and Stock, etc., in-
cluded ; this Is an extraordinary chance, a* he will
repurchase at any tnr.e you are tailing to seii out.
Apply K. KENNY, IUO4 Market St. •
TO SELL OUT YOLR BUSINESS GO TO i. r>.
BARN A RD.2ol' Kearny st. ; established 1553. 1»
Qf'XA COFFEE. SALOON AND RESTAU-
•_ U'JU. rant: choice location and making money ,
bargain. I. D. BARNARD. 20J Kcarny st. •
<S»*;XA SALOON: DAY TRADE; OLD CKN-
O--«JU. trsl stand: positive bars*ln; must sell.
Apply L D. BARNARD. 2u9 Kearny st. •
< "»" fi ANTED: TO MEET GOOD RELlA-
i^'OtJy.r. b.e ma:i to take half Interest In first-
class coffee saloon and restaurr.iit: to act as cashier,
keep plain accounts and attend general office work;
!..•> lar^e business: clears $200 per month; proprie-
tor, first-class successful restaurant titan, looks
after the kltchea and dining department; finds too
icucb to do a;id otlers the greatest opportunity for
»o_;e good roan for the abov» part of the ba«incss
ever met with: U a chance in a lifetime: doa't miss
It HEP. STEWART _ SON, 135 Kearny St. 1
o •.)•;;; a grocery store! and bar",
♦^— ---«JU. prominent corner, duwu-town amoug
Uiach:ne-shc; », foucdrles, manufacturers, shipping,
etc.; thousands of men employed, tremendous busi-
ness at the bar: nothing like It anywhere: full
stock, good team; 6 nice living rccins: mast Sell;
mnfce offer: GEO. STEWART A- SON. 135 Kearny. 1
BAKERY TO RENT: GOOD INDUCEMENTS
given. PACIFIC EXCHANGE, .tt Kearcy. »
MCST SELL— CONFINED at any reasonable offer.
rant: choice location: at any reasonable offer.
Apply PACIFIC EXCHANGE. •..».; Kearay st. *
QO-- GROCERY AND BAR; 3 LIVING RMS;
CO lU. bargain. lac. Exchange, 23 Kfarcy. *
CIIOAR-BTASfD: CLEARING AP.OCT «100 A
\J munth. Pacific Exchange, 23 Kearny st. *
QOAA CORNER SALOON — MARKET ST.;
O«->UU. siae entrance; cheap rent: Lest of rea-
»ubs !>-r s^illn?. HKAi.Y & fa, 1148 M-T.e- •
Q«; ~ A UROCERY AND A FCKNIir RE OF
C — tJU.rms Included. HEALY-CO.. II4BMKt.«
QQr.AA LIVKRY BUSINESS; NEAR SAN
t?OO\J\J. Francl^co; established 20 years: com-
jlete and In geed order; stock worth n;ore than
1 rice asked. Particulars W. H. TUEI.ER, 759 Mar-
ket st. jelS 2i»
iron SALE— FIRST-CLASS SALOON; SUITABLE
-T lor grocery and saloon: loin,' lca<<e; low rent:
cceap ou account o! sickness. Apply to J. T. IICR.
i-KV. Sh- cor. Grove aid Buchanan st<. jelS 2i*
TA I LOR-8 1 ORE BITDATED IN CENTER OF
• city for sale caeaj>. Apply Call Hranch. jelB 4t*
ONFECTIONERY. CIGAR. NOTION STORE
' at bargain. I U2 Seventh st JelB 4f
Q£(*(\f\ GROCERY AND SALOON, _ LIVING
% ' ' '\J . rooms. stock, fixturfs and furniture,
■u.tii lease; rent $33. Call 136 sixth, room 3.18 4»
V RANCH BAKERY. VARIETY AND NOTION
*> business; 4 living-rooms; BplenrtHly located
for busioess. Apply 10 to 12 a.m.. 423 Fourth. lB 7*
/-'IGAR-STORE— UNE CORNER; 1 ROOM AT-
CSTOB : 1 hdiiM AT-
v>' taclied; clearing 5150 month: must soil o i ac-
count other business. Inquire 41 Turk st. |e!8 7t*
ALOON FOR SALE CHEAP. MELCZER * CO..
.59 Tpird st ______
n ALOON— MCST BK SOLD AT ONCE. AD-
dress J. E. ri., box H'J. Call Branch Office, jelb 3*
"L" I NEST OPENING FOR A SALOON IN THE
■J city: cbarice seldom offered. Address Saloon,
tcx 37. Call Branch Office. je!B 4t«
}POR SALE-CANDY STORE— GOOD LOCATION,
reasonable; must be sold immediately. 122 i
Bt. jelti 8t»
Q/-AA PARTNER WANTED IN AN EXCEP-
«3;UUU. tionaily good paying business: would
cordially Invite inspection. C. L. SMITH, 21^
Third st.. room 5. jelT 4t»
"PAH.ROAD U TKL; DOING BIG BUSINESS:
Jl must depart; 50 boarders: big bar trade.
FLETCHER _ CO.. 913U MarlCft tt j*l7 7t*
T> ESTA-TB A>T, EAST ST.. NEWLY FITTED
Jl up; must Ue sold at Invoke: owner compelled
to leavs; urgent. BAILEY, 719 Market. 16 7t exsw.
(B-SHOF for sale, with FOOT.
\J power, *aw, horse and wagon; good chance.
334 Geary st Jel7 3f
7JAKKRY. BAKING - BARRELS, APPLY AT
■!■> 7 17 iram:an st jo! 7 7t*
BLACKSMITH-SHOP AND TOOLS CHEAP, 222
CUr_ st. Apply soon lor splendid ousinfis,
ewntr obliged go t-.ast at once. jel" :tt»
VOR SALE— BARGAIN; POPULAR HOTEL
Jot 30 rooms, situated In o.« of th* healthiest
country towns; price $1500: BO agent waated.
Addr*s* C. M.. 113 Morris aye., bet. Fifth and
Sixth m..off Bryant lel7 14t»
TATIONERY AND VARIETY STORE: ESTAB-
IUned 2 years; a bargain. 1303 Powell. je!7 at
"_TT).i£- A COSY LITTLE SALOON IN
. ■>. best business district; very light
expenses: cheap rent: Al investment. Inquire
Cal. Exchange, 636 California * . _______
STATIONERY AND CIGAR STORE: WITH
O Bot«l laundry office: on account of s!c*ness.
1 027 Howard st. Jel7 3t*
Ii CP POOL AND
• billiard hall; all established: good location:
cheap rent; will toe sold at great bargain. Call 315
Grant a » e. Jel 7 '21*
BL ' VALLEY HOUSE" HOTEL
and restaurant; 22 furnished rooms and store:
lot 111x290. SIRS. L. E. BUNDY, Mill Valley,
Marl ii Co. J»l7 "f
1) CTCHER BUSINESS FOR SALE AT 31S THIRD
J I st. ; owner to go Kast. Inquire on premlses^r^g*
E BUSHED FURNISHING AND FANCY
-coods business for sale cheap: 2 living-rooms;
must sell Immediately. 213»-a Sixth st jelti st»
DOUCE AND BRANCH BAK-
1/ try 4 living-rooms, with or without furniture;
Ju principal parr of city; selling on account of leav-
ing city; only tht.se who mean business need apply;
to agents. Apply Call Branch OCice. Jeltt at*
AKERY FOR SALE. DOING GOOD SI ORE
trade; will sell cseap: party leaving city. Apply
Call Branch Offlce jelO oi*
C»')^A PAR! IN SALOON; »75 A MONTH
i^J.')\J. guaranteed. Particulars 4ol ' 2 McM
er st._ _J_ hi* 41*
ITIB^T-CLASS SALOON. LOCATED IN CENTER
X cf city, on cor. principal St., doing first-class
business, established trade, low rent, two year*
!(_*» Must be sold this month, as owner lias to
co to Arizona to take care of mine. Tf. Is the
cheapest bareUn ever offered in the city Unless
you have »2500 do not answer. I.. R. box 188,
Call oace. . _______
V()R SALE-FIKST-CLASS CORNER GROCERY
X and bar. low rent, cause, going to Enrone. Ad-
Ore's (Jood Grocery, box 114. Call Branch Office.
■LMNE SIN<;KR~SKWINIi MACHINE WORTH
X »4S. for 97. -a Halght st_ W2 <t*
l A-sII.V LIQUOR-STORE: Wsou: GREAT
X bargain: must change hands on account of ex-
pected circumstances. For particulars apply 410
{jacraißepto st. ray 25 tr
BRANCH BAKERY AND IT-STOKE;
cheap. 15«5 Market St. je!2 " 1 *
>IATHOL!C YOUNG MAN, GOOD REPUTATION
\J and business ability, wltn capital of about «2000.
payable on time .can enter good-paying, well-esub-
li»hßd corporation w_lc_ secures him good »aWry
besides profit of about $3000 annually, AdtJress
with reference Call Branch Office. 339 Hayes m.B tf
X'IRST-CLASS SALOON AT A SACRIFICE;
X long lease: fully stocked: handsomely furnished;
must be sold to-day ; come and mate an offer. 11
fctocktoa st. J" 1 g - <l * .
'(Sfffi FOR SALE-SMALL OYSTER HOUSE,
V IV. 43a Bush. KenttlQ. JeJJ______
FIXTURES FOR FRCITSTAND FOR SALE
J 1 cheap: -t once. 2117 Mission st. JelO 3t»
AKKRY; *350; NEWLY FITTED OP: OOOD
store trade anu nice dwelling; rooms for family.
Apply this office. J elc at *
tTmTr SALE-CORNER GROCERY AND BAR.
X cheap: selling on account of going East Apply
C-U Branca Office. _?. 151 -
TTkOCERY WITH GOOD BAR TRADE: GOOD
G chance for I young Germans. »00 _tor«on
street. . . J elß 7t —
_>ir:A PARTNER FOR GOOD Wt_l_Q_lM_
81 50. loon; after 2 r. v. 903 Kear..y. jelO st«
C- IOAA (TWELVE HUNDRED DOLLARS);
Sl2OO. restaurant and oyster saloon In the
Country doing a good business, for sale cheap;
St -.'.-Id o*n account of sickness. **£*• of A.
X PARE. 420 Montgomery st. or owner. K.K.«»
Postomce box 193. Hoillster. uaL i±\? —
ifOR BALE-SHOEMAKKR SHOFAKOUro.
X dry office; also I rooms furnished forbousekcep-
US. ixoo-k.su jelß «i
— sWTCTWI en a m >>-r<i>Ti\rF:n.
V|')|l|| CORNER GTtOCKRTAND BArTlIv'-
«»)J-vU« ing rooms: horse, wagun. stable; loca-
tion a very desirable one; low rent; lease- has a
fine run of trade; extensive her trade; will clear
150 and over per ruoiitli; greatest bargain ever
offered: full Investigation and trial granted to con-
vince any one or the genutaene*s of this offer-
good and valid reasons for selling. M. LESS a
fourth st. *
*10 ! 0 COR> SALOON; OLD ESTABLISHED
r „\ buslucs »: well known popular place;
rme full stock; owner has made his fortune tbcro-
can alf..rd to retire. M. LESS. 5 Fourth st. »"
<•» (I S* o^? 8 SALOON AND CHOI'HoUSE;
»V UU| finely located for busines*; well patron-
ized; trade increasing dally; must be sold; account
departure; bargain. M. LESS, 5 Fourth st •
ft 5t7R S A L()ON I 5 LI V I N G ROOMS, KITCH-
• *U _i.;. 011 . Btnong factors » and shops; splendid
rhance for small capital; sacrificed account owner
leaving city; secure this. M. LESS. 6 Fourth st. •
< 1 inn COR - SALOON: FINELY FITTED UP;
<j,}_ _ \j\j. well stocked: heart city; low rent, long
.ease; extraordinary bargain: win bear full Investi-
gation: other business requiring atteution; must
hell. M. LESS. 5 Fourth st •
©1900 WOOD AND COAL YARD. INCLUD-
*jpi_.W.ing all Improvements: 8 horses. 2
wagons, cart; tow rent; lor.g lease: old-evtubllshed
yard: rlearing over *-'00 per month: well worth
$2000; selling account other ba»la««s, hence this
enormous sacrifice. M. LESS. 5 Fourth st. •
Q 1 ) ,,(. SALOON ANDLOISGING-HOUSK; 20
V"" ' rooms, centrally located, not far from
Market St.; rlegantly furnished: rooms always lull;
bar does extensive business: owner wishes retire-
grand bargain sure-ly. M. LESS. 6 Fourth tit. •
GOOD COOK WANTED FOR PARTNER FOR
coffee and lunch house; *175 for house Ad.
ply 155 Fifth st. Jel.. 3t»
L*OR SALE, CHEAP-GOOD SALOON, ON FIFTH
I St., near Market; no agents vanteu. For par-
tlculars apply Call Branch tiiiu-e. J«l6 4 *
riSK CORNER SALOON FOR SALE— KLEGANT
J fixtures: good reason fur selling. See LEWIS
WINTERS, t nlted States l<rewery. jelS 4 »
LOR SALE— FINE LODUIN'H-HOUSE, CON lAIN-
-1 lug 11 turn. shed and 4 unfurnished room eood
location: cheap rent. Inquire at ERICKSON'S rlttar
store. 500 Krarny ■; jelj 7 *
<•> 11 BOARDIN(J AND LODGING-HOUSE
'..•'■ "'• in East Oakland; 22 beds; worth $700;
sickness cause of selling; Investigate; make . offer.
Particulars Itst>s Sau Pablo aye.. Oakland, no
agents. j^l6:U
ii')'. t) FINE CORNER GROCERY AND BAR:
•, — •'»'. 3 rooms attached. Apply t> .1. O'CON-
NOR. 407 battf ry St.. trom 2tu4r. W. iel6 3.*
If INE SALUUN FOR SALE. 2439 MISSION.
£ Jelti 7t *_
Dl WKLI.-KSTAB-
llshed business cheap; would cordially Invite
irspertion; obliged to sell. A<ldress a. C..* box li»,
tlii.s office. je!s 1 It
TTALUAULE PATENT, (i KAN JUNE, 189.;
• domestic use; Stafs (or sale. Ad ir s-i K. 11.,
box t'2. Call Bra-ich OQce. jei4 7t«
QOXA SALOON: ESTABLISHED 20 YEARS-
<JO*J\J. 2 back rooms aim 3 rooms for family
use; rent »2J 50. «M Mission st. j_l_7t__
LOR SALE— CONFECTIONERY; DOING UOOD
■* business; good [oration. Apply 10 Hayes. jl2 7t*
RBALE ON MORNING PAPER. AP-
piy 940 Bryant -1 in-. 111 tt
CARPETS.
V r^^ :^^ssK_T^Ai(^
-> and laid; heavy floor oilcloth. t;sc; eleirant
linoleum. 50.-. - W. SHIREK, 1..U kton it.;
special attention to country orders. Mr - 6i»
f^ARPKIS CLEANED aTS XA1I). ALKX."
\J WHILDEN, 2400 Geary St.; telephone -4UUJ;
csrpcts insured while in my care. niylS 3m
pARPETS— SMITH'S BRL'SSKLS. 65c A YARD;
Vv ir.j.t_llroent rrlre elsewhere SI ayd. M. FRIED-
>'A'jJ". ..-..- Sti'fltton. and 237 Post it tf
CARPCT _I__ANIXO;
r '. A R V LTsTi. E ATETrrvMrTrETTATiT^c^PKiI
V>yarJ. Calirornia Carpet Heating and Renovating
Works. 23 Je.->sie st. telephone 5534. my.B if
pARPETS - DOWN GO THE PRICES; THK
V cheapest place to get your carpets cleaned U
STRATTON'S. 453 Stevenson st: tel. 3223. 2t tr
1 *ARPET-CLEAKINU, 3 CENTS PER YARD. AT
\J MITCHELL'S, 236 Fourteenth st mr.B tf
pJTY STEAM CARPET BEATINU AND KEXO-
VJ vating Works. 38-40 Eighth st: telephone
3250. inrl tt
pARPETS THOROUGHLY CLEANSE!) AND
Vv reuovated same as new. S. M tERGUSON _
CO.. 23 Tenth n-. telephoae 5036 Itf
CIONKLIN'S CARPET-BEATING WORKS. 1 333
) UoMen Gate aye. : telephone 2126. feil tr
CPAILDINU'S PIONEER ARPET-BEA UN
O Worti do tne beet track. 353 to 357 l«h>m»it.;
t»:epho;,e 3040. mriatf
n.\>.»». viociNS And siii:kt music.
11 UPRIGHT PIANO. ELE-
gant case, hue to::e. perfect condition: for sale at
a bargain. Address Storage, box 127. Call P.ranca
office. )el7 St
standard make piano;
O cost $750; but very little used; will sell at a
ereat sacraCce. Address Superb, box 146, Call
Branch Ofece. j?l7 31
ARTY REMOVING TO AN INTERIOI rTO^-Tr
i must sell elesfint. new upright piano; will make
great radnetlon iv first cost for cash. Address
Remove, box 131. Cail liranch Office. jol7 St
OECOND HAND PIANO WANTED; GIVE NAME
0 ot maker _ud price. Address Casii, box 85, Call
Branch. ]c 17 2t«
LEGANT UPRIGHT PIANO. CHEAP. INQiIUE
Palace Hotel, sixth floor, room 613. jelß 7t» _
IlRAOE:
- !!iust sell; no reasoaable oSer refnsed. Adilresi
Sl3 .Alarket >t. my 3o tr
DO YOU WANT A PIANO? IF SO SEE WHAT
1 ' we are otf>rln:j for $.297, as it will pay you.
BENJ. C 0 KT.A7. _ SON. 20 O'FarrWl st my.'M tf
GOOD SECOND-HAND PIANOS FROM UP-
ward at CLRTaZ A SON'S. m>2>j tt
1 1•< KEK a SON PIANOS. LEADING.
i ' SCHAF.FFER pianos, uiedlum prices.
10-. - sheet music.
a; MAI'VAIS', 769 Market ->t. & F. ap22 XX
* LOT Or" SECOND-HAND SQUARE PIANOS:
/\ fine condition: a: a sacrifice. KOHLER *
CHASE, 28 OFarreil st. Jy.3 tf
_ CHASE. 26, 28 AHO3O O'FAR__L,L
st ; leading pianos and org_— •: oldest nmsis-
t6.se : largest stock: easy terms: low price- »p2i;r
QTECK, CHICKERING Jr SONS, VOSE AND
0 other pianos sod on $10 installment*. BEMJ.
CDRTAZ _ SON, sole agents. 20 O'Farrtll st. ap3 tr
1 1 ALLET- DAVIS AND Xl >! BALL PI AN AN'U
13 Organ Agency. W. G. BADGER. 725 Market i.
l ON OVER BROS." PIANOS: TIIE ATRIST.S*
\J favorite; an elegant invoice just received; ca'l
aid examine. F. W. SPENCER _ CO.. Faeiflc
Coast agents. 723 Market t>t. second Root. i:ir4 tt
TOT OF CPRIUHT A^D SQUAB— PIANO 3
J from 175 up: crcans from $25 up: bargain*.
F. W. M'iMli; _ CO.. 7.0 M_rkut St.. second
Coor. ■ !____.
I>TRON -MAUZY, AGENT BOH— — R, NEWBY
ii snd Evans pi.no? 3uB Post st. ja27 tf
1/" L. NEUMANN PIANOS: FIR>T-CLASS IN
J . tone and worfcmanshla. - - Nltilli st. no? tf
noKSES.
TT^rn3i>^}o7jS^oNir?finru_^N~^^ H AR-
*» nes;. Address I . box S5. Call Branch OKire. «
LOB SALE— UtttfY OR DELIVERY HORSE;
P very gentle. '** Fifth st. }"ia4t«
TMNE EXPRESS WAGON MARE; CHEA !• FOR
: 1 want use. 915 Siiotwel^ je 17 4t«
rp»O lUH'.sKS K)K SALE CHEAP. 15 WHIT
J noy st.. ncir Thirtieth. ____l___L .
/IOODUENTLE HORSE AND HARNESS FOR
W sale. 421 Hayes st. jelS 4t»
LOR SALE-4-YEAR-OLD THOROUGHBRED
r mares, best of pedurees; also 2 colts, 1 and 2
years old. lire San Saveur. dam Night Hhwe; very
promts J. McM. SUAFTEI?,9SI Chei>t-iit lm»
IF YOU WANT TO BUY. SELL OR TRADE
horses. wagons, buggies, carls, harness, etc.. go to
Grand Arcade Horse Market. 327 Sixth st. Auc-
tion sate next Wednesday at 1 1 a. m. Satisfactory
trials given; the sciuarest i.orse-deallng establish-
ment on the co»st. SULLIVAN _ DOYLE, proprie-
tors. It. WATKINS. auctioneer. luyl" tf
/CENTENNIAL STAI!LES-CARRIA(iES. ROCK-
V^ awajs. victorias, ban ef, ; J521 California
St.. bet. Larklii aud Polk; telephone 6(i_ M. CON-
LO>. proprietor. mrl3tf
\VA<iI»S .»>!» CAKKI \i. •s.
B"~IXcK~M^A7n^IAitN_SS~^NIT^rtK9Y~FO R
I> sale: suitable for family or light delivery. Apply
321 Bay st. )eI7 ht»
1 SECOND-HAND EXPRESS WAGON AT 24
1 Bealest A. W. SAMiORNF- nil tf
FOR 9 Ml. MISC'E__ANKOL'S.
TiTcVß^oir.T»N_~oTTiirE^EW_rAlicr^
1 sale cheap. 945 Mission. jeiB 7 1 "
Bl- • I.K. A FIRST-CLASS SAFETY WiTII
cushion tires. $80. Write at once. Address
Safety, box I*6. Call Branch Office JelB 3t
FCREAI examiner route. «37
Willow st. Oakland. Jel7 3t
A.nfk CHIt;KS . 10 CENTS EACH; HATCHED BY
O\J\J Scbule's Incubator. 1213 Valencia. Jcltf3t«
LOR SALE-AT SACRIFICE. NEW COAL
1 wagon. Twenty-third, near Valencia. j e 10 ;»♦
1.-OU SALE, CHEAP.
J Three houses, to be removed; NW. cor. Hayes
and Octavlasts. jo ID tf
I A SHARES GOI'.DON ORCHARD AND VINE-
-1 Uyard Co's slock; located at liaurord, Cat.: mar-
ket value $440: will sarr.&ce for cat. or exchange
for city property. Address buz 4.<, CioUien Gate,
Cal. je!2 tf
» WORD TO THE WISE.
When you want Pure Teas and Coffees, at reason-
able prices, come (or send direct) to any of the 13
city store* of the Great American Importing Tea
Compauy and save fill commissions. Having 45
successful stores on tills coast is ample proor that
they h»v«- the facilities for selling, and do sell,
the best Teas and Coffees for the least money.
my 21 1 in-
BAND-SAW, PLANER, LATHES. ETC.. AT TOT
_ ) Factory. Sixteenth St., near Harrison. jes lm*
nOWCASES: COUNTERS. ALL KINDS STORE
0 and saloon tlxtnrfn. SEFTO.VS 2.i8 stt>.iny2o lm
SAFE. WALE, LETTER-PRESS, STORK-TRUCK
and money-till: cheap. 102 Clay st. au7 tf
Mi in 1 1 ■MA N 1 1 BOILERS. ENGINES. PUMri,
0 shafting, pulleys, belting, water pipes, etc.
Cti tf MeI N TUSH i WULPMAN. 137 ate at.
SlH.'.l:l'> FOOT AND POWER I.ATHBi
planers, dri;i-nr.i<ii»i 6C7 Mmslon st ne.7tt
ADVERT ISINO.
rO~ WISH TO ADV-KTISE ANVTHIIj
1 anywhere at any time write to U_O. P. KOWKLC
* CO.. 10 Spruce St.. New Yort. ______
EVERY ON IN NEED OF INFORMATION OX
the subject of advertulo^ will do well to o >i.*li
aeepr of -Book for Advertisers," 363 pages, prlat
1: mailed, postage paid, on receipt of price; con-
tain* a careful compilation from tne Araerieka
Newspaper Directory of all the best papers anl
Class journals: gives the circulation rating of every
one, and a good deal of information about ratal an-
oilier mailers pertainiri* to the business of adver-
Using. _<ldre*s ROWELL'S AUVKEl'lalNii Bit-
___ d 1 » sprace ->w Ter- aulf If
~ >1 « 1 .N TO IAtAJt.
A BARREL OF MONEY ON IST OR2DMORT
gage; 5 per cent; no delay. J. L.,411 O'FarreU.ly
0"> REAL ESTATE AND NOTES: No DELAY:
reasonable Interest B. L.. box 04. Call Bruch.tt
-, OA>S ON REAL ESTATE. NOTES, MF.RCHAN
XJ dlse. JOHN SHOWMAN. Kcarny. It 1-. 17 tf
_«ONEV LOANED FROM fl UPWARD AT
JYI SecurllvLoan liauk, 1100 Market St.. ur. Mason;
iatrance 7 lux_ ti, J. FKAN_LIN*CO.oia
THE MORXIXG CALL, SAN FRAXCISCO, SATURDAY, JUNE 18, IS<>2 EKiTIT PAGES.
CITT REAL, KSTATK.
A GORE BLOCK CONTAINING 12,750 SQUARE
feat, all graded, sewered and cable-car fran-
chise, fronting 011 three streets and located In fast-
Improving section of the city, is offered for sale at
a banraln, or will exchange said Mock for a good
ncu»e and lot; title perfect Correspond with
owner. C. M., box 153. Call Branch Office. jelB _f
Q. 7 f\f\ CASH. BALANCE ?25 A MONTH, NEAR
«I* I v/U Main and Harrison. 2 houses, present
rent $18 60 per month: ue»r electric road and bad-
ness part of city; a rare (tier, very cheap. ROBERT
I. MERCER. 410 Pine st. je!B SaSuTuT.'i 4t
PtU WKKK.
YOUNG MEN. WORKING MEN. YOUNG LADIES
aud every lnrlustrlGua person that iv tuts to inane
money.
How you can buy a cheap lot upon easy firms
find o c that will double in value before p.»M
far. i will oaTet tor the next 15 days 100
lots in Vo Kimburst Tract, 36-136, tl.O
to $250 per lot, upon payment or f.3 cash
iifou each lot, balance $1 per week, with low rate
of interest, orjiy 7 per cent per annum; every lot
located directly at the station, ouly 10 minutes to
Oakland. 40 minutes 10 Shu Fraticisco; 1' you want
to come In on this offering, do so at once, us there
will not be a Single lot left after 15 days. This will
be the last chance of this kind you v.i 1 ever
have to buy lots so conveniently located
to the metropolis of the state, snrrounded
by substantial improvements; IS daily trains l>e-
iiv'i'ii i.l;nliurst and San Francisco, and long be-
fore your lot is paid for you will have hourly trains;
if you will stop and consider this proposition for
one moment you will buy one or two of these beau-
t fill lota; come In at once and select choice loca-
tion. Remember, 1 only make this offer for 15 days,
Over 25 lots sold this week. Owing to the heavy
expense of grading the streets in this elegant tract,
winch will be commenced at once, 1 win sell 5 or •
lots very cheap for cash. Call at the officts to Ue
shown property.
For maps ami further particulars address nil com-
munications to owner. J, W. LAYMAN 46*}
Eighth it , Oakland, Cat jelO lot
'I O EXCHANGE FOR UN INCUMBEKED CITY
l'«r_ero— I the Day realty— oiie-fourlh interest In
bark or 937 tons bringing in a good income: value
$.4500. Address Bark, In. 45, Call Office. j?l7 lot*
THE HOME BUILDING COMPANY. 12 MONT-
goaiery St., Is prepared to furnish plan*, specifi-
cations and estimates for any class of building,
anywhere, for cash or on the iusta!h;i?ut, plan; cnil
at the ultice and inspect plans; the Home Builder,
published monthly, contains a series of article* in-
teresting to unending banders, with elevations and
floor p : aiis; sample copies tree. julO7t
-. ~\l I: " |3U9— LOTS FOR CHICKEN AND
'.. <''';.■ ranches, flower and vegetable gardens
of all sizes la nil parts or tiie outskirts of the city:
will sell for cash or on easy payments from $5 to
$T5 per mouth; no trouble to show properly par-
ties who have large tracts or land la the outskirts
of the city for sale and :tre willing to sell the same
re_scn:ible, can always Bad a cash buy«rr by calling
to s. I'l • AS. 11 M outgo m cry st my_9 1 ni
017- LE\ It. LOT, 22x70. NEA R RAILROAD
tIP 1 lt>. in Berkeley: $10 cash. $5 monthly.
$625— Lut 42x100; sewered ana macadamized.
MVO— Lot 4Ux!2O; sidowalkod: 810 monthly.
3700-Lot 40-tlHO: macadamized: $15 monthly.
$100— Lot 25x160; high anil dry ; $;; monthly.
Bnsiness corner. Hsxl«J ; macadamised.
Bet Maps; 1000 lots; I otter only what I own.
(HAS. A. BAILEY, Owner, 20 Montgomery, tf
JUST D-EI. GANT NEW SUNNY
comer housf. situated Nil cor. Clay and Urod-
iri'k; bo-M contains all latest modern Improve-
ments; s.'iould bs se?n to be appreciated: jueof
lot 27:6x100: terms easy. Apply on premises. 15 5*
TMODKRN UO-tS;
-I large lot; fruit, flowers, chickens, etc: in Oak-
land; for resldenee in Han Francisco; value $4500.
Address MRS. W., P. O. box 61. olden (iate.
Cal. j£l_s sl__
Q^iiA DOWN, BALANCE INSTALLMENT-: 3
t_5tJU\J new modern cottages. 5 rooms and bath:
lii.-h basement; cement walks: Hampshire »L,
bet 19th and 20th; owner on premises. jel2 71*
S_9A.AA •-• COTTAGES ON NOE ST., BET
<? _•""». 25th aud 30th; also one 6-roum nud
two 7-room Louses on Castro St., bet. 25th aud 2Uth :
oa very easy terms, by 1. NELSON, baiiaer, 1520
25th st. jeS tf
UARE OPPORTUNITY — ABOUT 30 ACRES
i» choice level land within 2 miles depot; Vi mile
school; Contra Costa County; all In choice be.trlug
irult ana vines; plenty (rater; 111 sell or exrhaucts
for city 11 Oakland property. Ad.ires* C. E. F..
Girard Hi use. r. 5, Washington St., OakUnu.lO 15:*
DO you WANT PROPERTY. city or cotj<^
try, in the prettiest Taller of the State* Aofij
to >apa I___ Co.. hapa, C-L. Jorlls; of rrooer-
lit*. te2- tt
\ WEEK'S NEWS FOR 5 CEJfTS-TH X WEEKLY
/V Cam In wraj.per. ready for loalil'ig.
IOUMIIi It_ ALI KVjTAXB.
V-INE IMPROVF.D RANCH. 210 ACRES; IN
" Sonoma Conn ty;. Will Mil h:tlf or CTChTiucP all
f'>r Oakland or city property. For p-rtlculan apj>ly
to C. A. BAYLY, Grant aye. aud Sutter st, Sau
rranclsco. j<-IS cod lm*
PRACTICAL FROIT-OROWER WISHES TO
J rent of work on shares a smiil fruit ranch; not
over 50 miles from San l-ruuc^co. Address F. . box
127, Call Branch Ofiico, je!7 3t«
MOUNTAIN VIEW AND STANFORD UNl-
vrrsity property- for sa;o liy Clark A Kmpi), 11
Montgomery st.: branch ofJica, Mount-iu View,
Sauta Clara County, Cat..
?1350-5 arrci In young trpes: grand vl<"W; fine-t
location in Sauta Clara County: $150 don a, liai-
am-e In 4 yearc; a genuine bargain.
$1000— One acre of la.d, With u:cc house, hnru,
etc.; in town. jel2 7t
VJU.MMKK RESORT — ONE OF THE MOST
O charming viiu retreats in Ca.iinr all ready
for gui'sts, ca:i be purchased for $3000: 11 Is con-
veniently near San franc - cous>Nts of W\} a< r«s
mountain land heavily timbered . running streams
of water; ponds docked with thousand* ol t l: 8
houses fully furnl»aed. With piano and all con-
veniences: vehicles, borsea.cowa, too!*, etc.; would
make a lovely country s-at for a gentleman of
means, or a summer resort for boarders: owner
will pay $100 a mouth for ocenpancy tfctt summer,
lor jiart:cuisr» addrcsi J. C. »„ 337 McAllister «_;
Sun Francisco. jell tf
V ONO.MA COUNTY LAN D — SALK OR EX-
— change; write fully. ANDREW PRICE, Heaid*
burg. C^ fe!4 tt
VTOVATO. MARIN COUNTY-5000 ACIiES <»F
i.* ciiofrp land for snls In subdivisions of 2 acres
up tt» 100 acres: prices -uto 9139 per acre: easy
terms: both rail au.l water transportation. SYNDI-
CATE INVESTMENT COMPANY, 61 and 65
Chronicle building. Je4 lm
C_ I A PER A'-RE BUYS 6 AND 10 ACRE
•r 1 OVJ tract? rich valley laud at 8, P. Co. statlun,
A lamed- County. 30 _ lies from San Francisco. '19
miles from Oakland: easy terms; line climate: first-
cuss neienborhood. THE CAKNALL-11OPK1NS
CO.. t>24 Market St.. fan Francisco^ ap23 tf_
qchool lands, fi 50 TO *3 ax ACRE; ox
0 very easy "run; Mid by the State la tracts ti
suit; no rcaideuce or tstproTeaaeaU required: ill
kiniis of lands, in many different cuuutios; seal
ttarr.p fir list: open day and ereotafS. F. ii.
I Ah: B Flood Rnlidlnc Utt
Government lands*
\j for home or investment!
IN california—
Finest level farming land*.
Rich blark soil, ready to [.low.
Large, fine valley; railroad through It
Water dltcbr-s BOW buildiua.
Mild ellmate. free fuel, cheap lumber.
Work at good wages there now.
Land cau be taken without residence,
Ben 1 ■','■ stamp for full information to F. W.
LAKE, 6 Flood bulldlna, Kan Francisco. Cal.anl4 tf
CALIFORNIA EXCHANGE BUREAU. 4SI
Vv Ninth st .Oakland, exebance all kinds of pro]>-
rrt> ; semi for catalogue. GREEN, CL'LLOM .v
CO. ** Tl)V."j t f
LOST.
QTKIirT\vTRD~TcjR THE RETURN iOR 111-
-0 I ' ' formation of package clothes, containing a
l>n.st>boolc of People's Home Savings Bank, name
i LAI I.. KH-ERTi lost in Oakland ferry. Ad-
dress CLAUDE ESSERT, gardener, 1330 Stockton
st. Hotel Marat ]e!3 -t»
T OSTOR STOLEN-WIIITE DOU WITIfISROWN
i-i spots, answering name Prin<e: bad on collar;
reward will be ottered by returning It to 77:t',,
1 olsoin ,-t. je!B 3t*
TRAYF.D-UORDON SETTER !>'"■ ; BLACK
with white >]iot on bre.ist; tag either 392 or
394 : li!>t'ial reward 1015 Valencia st JelB :n«
1 OST— LA RU IS GRAY HORSE. LIBKRAL RE-
J i ward at 1 Midway st Jela "it*
POCKET-BOOK-SOME DRY GOODS STORE,
i Market street, containing some pnld and copper
cents. Liberal reward «:>«',<■ Valencia. Jal7 2t« .
STRAYED MONDAY HORNING FROM WAR-
ner's Malms Wharf Saloon, Francisco street, be-
tween Powell and Mason, North Beach, Yorkshire
terrier dog; pis and tall cut. Returniaf or giving
information where it might be found will be lib-
erally rewardetL ____
T OST OR STOLEN. MALTKKE CAT; HAD BABT
I j CDgravcd on collar. Return to Commercial
Hotel, room 54. mid receive reward. jel6 3t*
OST — WHITE BULL - TERRIER BITCH,
J J brown spot on the eye, heavy with pup. Return
1505 Fo's-m st. receive reward. jel6 3t*
J OST— RED AND WHITE JERSEY COW, WITH
-J crooked horn: suitable reward. Ad lust Vei;-.
table Garden. Sixteenth and Church st«. Jeltt 3*
QOA REWARD — LOST SATURDAY AFTER-
«Jp_.V/ noon at the Louvre a alamond and sapphire
bracelet. Finder please return to this omceatid
receive reward; no questions asked. )i* l_ 7t #
1 OST— BKINDLE COW BRANDED .?. B. KK-
ij ton to Richmond Dairy, cor. Thirty-second
aye. and Point Louo*. if 1 1 7t*
MK>TIST-.
, DSNTALAtU»OCIATION t BV6MARKI 1
I.' St. DR. CHARLES W. Ml:. Jetf tt
DR. H. i: MORTON .11- . DENTIST, 318 KKARNY
at. S. F. Honrs-9-12 a. m., 1-5, 7-8 p. _. |al 3m
DR. H. CRAIOIE HAS REMOVED FROM 19
6th to 1035 Market, opp. I. J. O'Brien'- 1.2. lm
DB 11. U. 11. IN-,- EXTRACTION PAINLESS;
ptate-work, bridge-work, teeth without platei,
a specialty. 184] Pol, st iiivi4
ATTJ PAIN-EXTRACTING OF II I Til MADE
i-> easy, 60c and $1; artificial teeth from $5; Oil-
ing from $1. CROOMB Dental Association, 759
Market St., bet. Third and Fourth. ap!2 tt
R. RliA. »2» MARKET. EXT. TKETU 6Oo:
with gas $1; fillings low; open evenings. Ja3 tf
JEEK DENTAL COLLEGE; CHARGES ONLY
iJ for material used. Room 107. 1170 Market, jilt
ANY CHILD KNOWS UAH IS DANUKI
by my wonderful secret local application to
the sums any tooth may be extracted or _!■!»> I
ralnfeasly: nine first prizes awarded me for nn»U
fillings, plate and bridge work; office open ev.,a-
lng» and Sundays. DR. O. W. LXX.X. 0 oVarreil.tf
Q7 A SET FOR TEETH; WARRANTED AS
K>> • (rood as can be made; filling VI. DR. SIMMS,
clentut 830 Market st. next Baldwin Theater.
Q7 fcKT: REPAIRING 91: FILLINO »1 _Xri»
Q I painless. 60c. DR. C.A. PERRY. 8 Mason. milt
DR.A.LUDLUMHILL. 144»MA_EJCT8- -»S-_r
_ leventn; do charge for extracting when plates
ate madt; old plates made over ii.c new; tost-
from 98 per set; extracting 600; gas given. 4tf
Dr. _ Ji. WO-OSL DENTIST.! _t ark aF
St.. Let Fifth and Slitli. odd. Mason. Uel&:f
TYI'KWItITKICS.
j ALIIiI All! N()srT,"^OR~^wTLX^LKAisK
V I you best; 3 to choose from; all first-class: 48
character*, all caps; 7- characters, upper and lower
case, or 78 characters, doable case also: latest Im-
provements; thousands of users; results are elo-
quent: read our testimonials from practical people;
facts and figures tell the story: come In and talk It
over. CHARLES E. NAYLoR, general 'agent. lit
Montgomery st. )«H3tf
"-. ~-r^_-__ II RN 111 RK BTORC l>. ~~
I,'AMKi;v PLAN LOWEST' ; GOOD
ili care. sterling Furullii'-o Co., 1039 Market st.,
opj>. J. J. o'lsKl_.N'_. jel.tl
OAKLAND RKAL, KSTATF.
"^r^TAX~oTFERTNX^"
IN THE WELD TRACT
LARGE LOTS, 251144, AT $125.
ONLY $10 CASH REQUIRED.
BALANCE $'-' 50 PER MONTH.
EXTREMELY LOW PRICK
EASY TERMS.
THIS TRACT IS NEAREST TO OAKLAND OF
ALL TRACTS NOW OFFERED
FOR SALE ON THE SAN LEAN ROAD.
PRETTY AS A PICTURE.
LEVEL AS A FLOOR.
SHELTERED AND WARM.
THE PLACE TO LIVI.
FERTILE SOIL. — — —
WELL -LAID STREETS.
LOTS READY TO BUILD ON.
PERFECT drain i.
CHURCH AND SCHOOL CLOSE BY.
SPLENDID RESIDENCE LOTS.
THIS TRACT IS NEAR SAN LUANDRO ROAD.
THE GREATEST HIGHWAY IN AND OUT OF
OAKLAND.
WILL RIVAL SAN PABLO AVENUE IN IM-
PORTANCE.
FARE 5 CENTS. COMMUTE TICKETS TO SAX
1 KAN CISCO.
NEW ELECTRIC ROAD IS FULL OPERATION
PASSES THIS PROPERTY.
TITLE PERFECT.
REMEMBER, ONLY $10 CASH; ONLY $_ 50 PER
MONTH.
SURE TO MAKE MONEY.
catalogue and full particulars at the office of
CLOUGH A BAKER,
jelO tf cod 1002 Broadway. Oakland.
\ LAS I ! AT LAST!
•A FITCHBUKO,
THE BEST OF All. SUBURBAN PROPERTY, IS
IN THE MARKET. •-_
ONLY ONE HOUR FROM SAN FRANCISCO!
TWEN 1 v MINUTES FROM THE BUSINESS CEN-
-1 IK Oil OAKLAND.
IT WAS A TR ICTI IT IS A TO W N
IT WILL BE A CITY I
iiTuiiiniti FRONTS of two RAILROADS—
THE OAKLAND. SAN LEANDROAND HAY.
WARDS ELECTRIC AND THE SOUTHERN
PACIFIC.
A GARDEN SPOT! BROAD STREETS!
EVERGREEN HEDGES!
GUM AND CYPRESS GROVES!
FITCH BURG!
CLIMATE UNSURPASSED! No FOGS! NO
DUST! So DISAGREEABLE WINDS! EXCEL-
LENT WaTEH FACILITIES! good SCHOOL in
the town ; church soon to be built I
LOTS $150
AND UPWARD. ONLY 10 PER CENT CASH.
BALANCE EASY MONTHLY PAYMENTS.
FITCIIBURO LAND CO.
niy23 cod lin 12 Montgomery St., rooms - and 10.
QO"Af| RARE CHANCK LOT 50x13-':
•. —«''". h(ui^eofB rooms; some limit me and
chicken* make good chicken ranch; $S worth In-
rome: near local tr.Mll aud streetcar: $658 cash.
Ad.ires 3 box D. D.. Oakland Offlce Call, 60i Broad-
way. j>l7 :tt
Oil A A 51.00 —^$T6o — $1.00 $1.00.
OKKIXGMEX!
stop, read and think.
young men!
and young ladies!
who are earning money,
stop. read and think.
DO you want
to s.vve $1 or $2 a week
And make a solid Investment In lots that are
more than worth their present valuation and will
double 111 price before you have them p-Id fort
IF SO,
Take RdvanUce or the first offcrlnj lv the first sub-
division ever made
VLM HURST.
WITHIN 10 MINUTES OF OAKLAND.
WITHIN 40 MINUTES OF SAN FRANCISCO.
ONLY $1 CASH.
BALANCE ONLY ?1 A WEEK.
With low rate of inter' - The streets nre bflng
gradrd. Every Lot and Block Is Surveyed, Staked
and Numb-Ted, r.very Lot I» ready to build upon
without a single dollar of eiponse to the purchaser.
I can leave H.MHUKST upon the train. You can
leave Frmtvaleor Seventh Street and Broadway
upon the locul train, and we will go over to San
Francisco upon the same boat
ELM'IURST
I? the ■ hit e>vatel lard rylnf at any station east
of Kruitvai.', between Oakland and San Leandro.
The elevxtlon or Elmhurst is from M to 25 feet
higher than Iru'.tvale. MelroM or Mills Seminary
statious.
1 tie Xin _ vest Tract lies directly at the station.
Only 10 minutes to Oakland; 40 minutes to San
Francisco.
The . Imhorst Tract Is trie first subdivision made
at this stniton. Tfce tirst 100 Lots are being sold
rapidlyal !cm prices, upon easy terms— upon terms
that any man, woman or child can afford to buy o.e
or two lots.
THIS SPECIAL OFFER
Is made to brlug Elmhurttt before the public. If
you are looking for an Investment you will regret
if you do not buy under this present olt'eilng at
Klmliurst.
THINK OK IT, ONLY SI DOWN-BALANCE $1
A WEEK!
W« my. without any pttoa . then Is no ether
tract alone tbli line of road that offers to yon tne
cements wit Eimliurt noes to save a frw
dollars and make an investment where it will
double In value and the investment be as solid as
bank stoc£. During the ran week over twenty-five
lots have been sold In Elnihiimt, mostly to people
who are large property-owners, aull who express
themselves In the highest words of praise as to the
luture of Klmlmrst
Call at our or.ic.-, HiuTt- you can receive full In-
formation, map showing locatlou. etc. Address all
communications to the owner,
J. W. LAYMANCE.
or to
M. .1. LAYMAN* EA<
460 EIGHTH ST.. OAKLAND. CAL.
jei6 9t
CJO9-. LARGE LOTS in FRUITVALE AND
«_ •>_<>. San Leaadro Rnad Tract; near Fruitvala
station. 11. W. DAVIS. 405 9tb. Oakland. jelti tf
Q /J-AA LARGE 9-BOOM HOUSE: ALL MOD-
iff I «/""'. prn conveniences, house In good con-
dition; lot 110; three blocks to Adeline station;
all street wort .lone: easy terms. Apply at once. A.
11. BREED * C 0. .480 Ninth st, Oakland. Cal. I*s bt
A CUE 1 BAC£I ACRE TRACT :
Now is your chnnoe. Why buy a small lot when
yon can ret an acre? Apply RUSSELL .v
PRESSER, Twenty-third are. station, Bast Oak-
land. Jel'i lm
LINE BUILDING LOT, 100"," HALF A BLOCK
r from TeJegraph-ave. electric road, near 40t_
st-; will exchange for furniture. ' Address liox 4.,
Golden >. ite. JelO tf
]" : - 60x20« AND ;.i»\ i;>o. ~~~ ~
*
AT LAKE VIEW! LAKE VIEW! EAST OAKLAND
This bewitlfal tract, overlooking Lake Merrltt,
City of Oakland, bay of San Frnncisco and surround-
ings, will be sold rrom date and residences built on
the Installment paw, to responsible parties: we
have a .'» w lots left for this purpose: no bouses
allowed built on th tract for less than $1500;
electric road nearly completed, one block distant:
rail at our office and we will show you this beauti-
ful tract and explain full particulars. Apply to
I. W. WOODWARD _. CO;, 902 Broadway. Oak-
land. my 19 liv
Q1 Km TT)"iiujO ,1 BOITVAI if! BEAUTIFUL
V 1 lots adjoining the electric car line; $10
monthly payments; vi 11 give tree pan mean to
parties who build. Apply before all are sold to- E.
W. WOODWARD _ C 0.,902 Broadway, Oakland.
QjAnTO 3.700-LOTS ONE BLOCK OFF
«IP ivy Broadway, our business street: cable
passes in front or lots; electric lights; electric road
2 blocks; streets mncadatntzed entire distance to
postoni ce, and only five minutes' rid*: city water;
gas; shade tree* on every lot. SAL.BUHY A
CAMPBELL, 460 Ninth st. Oakland. Je. tf
UKE LOTS! ACRE LOTS I
ACRE LOTS 1 ___ ACRE LOTS!
BUTER TRACT!
~^2~~ SI' TER TRACT!
Situated on the Redwood road near Km t va!e aye.
and the San Leandro electric road : also near station
on the Laundry Farm R. It; terms, only one-tenth
cash; excellent soil; will grow anythlner; secure one
of the finest home sites In /lame. la County; why
pay rent when you can own your own home.
A. 11. Ith RED 4 CO.. '
ni y?.-> tf 460 Ninth »t. Oakland.
. OAKLAND KMII UK KokT^SALK.
IF HKMITKE YOC « ANT «OOdTnT> (II X KP.
ite«H. SI HKI.LH A AS. 41IM Eleventh st. '1"« tf cod
-EDUCATIONAL-
CF_( IALCoi BM in g era 1. "Liter aturk
k or science Tor strangers summering here; class
or private. MBS. HIS TON, 038 Uc»ry at., 3 to
5 r. m. '. Jel7 3m
I?DWARD GASTALDI. TEACHER FLUTE AND
J J guitar; easy terms. Box 16. this ofllce. J«i6 71*
rpKACHERS THOROUGHLY PREPARED FOR
1 examinations In a month. Apply to K. 11. DAK-
LING. 052 Howard, rrom 1 to 4. je7 14f
p W. KIM BALL. TEACH OK PIANO. 2y12
x . Howard St.; terms moderate. my 2B lm
l»; A LIZ TAUGHT RAPIDLY AT IRVINE'S. 102
Tv O'Farrcll. Monday and Tnursday nights. 18 lm
PROF. Ill's, W. BRKK, TEACH BANJO,
X guitar, inamiolln and violin. 305 7th. my 7 Bin
CHOOL CIVIL, MINING, MECHANICAL, KLKJ
O trlcal engineering, surveying, architecture, i»»-
-saylag; eg lab. 1804. A. Van der Nallleu. 723 Market
"M BALD'S BUSINESS COLLEGE. 24 POST SC.
-II Doabie-eniry book-keeping, penmanship, shorS-
-and. writing, telegraphy, etc., ail included 1.1
tuslness coarse under cue fee of »75. JeaOK
Pacific; buhinks"* COLLKOE. 319 pos"il
_ -ifescholiinihtß. «75i (lav ana evonlaa. oo'i>a
6TORA.-.
Fll>l 1 i ASS S'IoRAOE; ADVANCES MAD-
-04. till _l-lon si, CUAS. _. TAYLOR. IySIC
ai.amkha i{ka_ ; k-tate.
pARGAINsTI^T^ "~^
i-> INSTALLMENT homes.
$2200-$l5O cash. $20 per month; beautiful new
cottage; near Grand-st station (modern improve-
ments 1.
$2250-$l5O cash. $20 per month; new cottage;
Kajtle aye. (modern Improvements).
$2400— 5250 cash, f -.'. per mouth: 5-roora cottage
(new), near station (all modern Improvements).
-'750— 5250 cash, $25 per month; magnificent
new cottage, 36x117. just finished: near school and
station; all natural li'ii-h.
$4000— On Schiller st. : a beautiful home; fine gar-
den: easy payments.
2 r<.tt;. if* or 4 room* each, In good location; for
Immediate sale on account of departure of owner;
would exchange.
A FEW FINE INSTALLMENT LOTS
Near Chestnut st. and Grand It., for sale, from $150
to $800; terms S5O cash, $10 per month.
Houses built 10 order aim furnished in 60 day*
prompt; plans and estimates furnished free; houses
to rent; open Suud.ys and evenings.
MARCUSE & REMMEL,
The largest contracting firm in Alameda County.
Offices: Alameda— Bay -st. Station and Higu-st.
fation. Sau Francisco— 628 Market st. opposite
I'aiace Hotel. Jel2tfeod
fTK EM EN DO US SACRIFICE — LOT 50x125:
-I choicest location; will sell for $900; few days
only; inakoau offer. T. F. BAIRD, Morton station,
narrow gauge. Alaaieda. je!6 3t
GREAT BARGAINS: FROM $260 TO $500
** down: new modern 6 to 8 room houses; terms
to suit; a largo list of choice property for sale; If
you want a summer residence If you wish to ex-
change outside lands for Alameda, Oakland or San
Francisco property; if you wish foe bargains in
real estate, call on MRS. 1. 11. CHANDLER. 13.'9
Paik st., Ma-soulc Building. Alaroeda. jes tf
Ctl ' nil MUST II SOLD AT ONCE: NEW 6-
*}p I • <JV'. room house with modem conve-
niences; good location and near station: easy
terms. J. S. II an I. V .v CO.. 1351 Park st. jeB tr
Q'^A CASH: BALANCE $30 PER MoNTH;
O-O\J 10t33:45iv.5:1>: 2-story House of 5 room*
and bath; located on one of the i;«: t avenues; cou-
venleut to school and station: prie^s2soo. No. 173.
$2500— Lot 33:4x100; new cottage of 6 rooms
and bath; good ioe-ilou; lino view; $3uO cash : bal-
ance ■ '•> per month. No. 80S.
$2650— L0t 25x150; cottage of 5 rooms and bath;
good neighborhood ; street work none: $500 cash;
balance $.'5 per inonta. No. 241.
•o— Lt>( 54U58; cottage of 4 rooms, bith;
sunny side or leading avenue; convenient to sta-
tion; »500: balance $50 per mouth. No. 227.
$3265— L0t £.7x158; cottace of 6 rooms and bath;
N. side or avenue: fine i.catton; street work done;
$500 cash, balance $.15 per mouth. No. 228.
$£.00— Lot ,;7:l ; xl6O; cottage, of 5 rooms and
bath; large attic; excellent neighborhood: iiear
ChCKtnat-st. station; $200 cash, balance $50 per
mouth. No. _otf.
Choice lots at a bargain in all p.irts or Alameda:
houses to let and money to loan. H. p. MOLEAL _
CO.. 1432 Park st.. Alameda; 402 Montgomery st.,
San Fr.inclm-u. jcs tf
ALAMEDA BOOMS AND HOUSKS.
X- I s 11. \\ : .. M; i SUNNY Fl i:
MO nlshed rooms; [in v 1 1 •■ family: r<-f. ex..i lin
BKKKKLKY. I'KiH'i IMV WANTED)
\V ANTED IN BERKELEY COMFORTABLE
'• lioum' of t; or 7 rooms on good lot, tor watch
owner will accent country property In part pay-
ment; no agents. Address 11. P., box 47, this
omce. myl7 tr
B -OKIN I I USA U] KBTAT-.
KidxTioT^an"
■ be had on roar own terms for $iSOJ. this is a
snap; 50 feet corner, heart of Lorln, for rew days
only, tWO only, opposite corner sold for $1000,
small cash ptyment; brand-new cottage, 5 rooms
and bath, south front, only 160 reet to station.
$24011. low Installments. WURT.3 & SMITH. 407
Ninth st. Oakland. Jel6 lm
■OOMJES TO LET.
C lI A R R IIiTTN^EAUTTfE 7J6IIN_!fsTxTTf '„ A D
0 Howard; • roo " l 3: *-_: JelS 3t«
po LEASE— GRAND SOUTHERN HOTF.L. COX.
i. seventh and _ls%lo:i; just completed; 90 rooms;
light and sunny: large dining-room; office, elevator,
eic. ; also very ■■■■•• nnd base raeut: will rent
the lulidlng m a whole or in BabdlTlsloß&raS cod tf
Q9O HOUSK tf ROOMS! 4ti_ JES-IK _E-
Q-.0. twren st!i and tit ii. je 17 :u »
LTI'PER PART HOUSE; 6 ROOMS, BATH. 13]
1 ' -nth st. j3lO 3t»
Gj«;A « ROOMS AND BATH: ALL MODERN
wp—v. improvements. 1804 Meveuson St., near
Nineteenth. r 15 tf
HOUSE OF 12 ROOMS AND BATH OR 2
houses of 21 rooms, at 27 Oak St., one bock
from Vau Ness aud Market; nicely papered, deco-
rated and painted; torrent to responsible tenant
r<>r $52 each, Apply to Collateral Bank, 15 Grant
avenue. Jel2 7t
n-STOR. HAT-WINDOW HOUSE; 939 VALEN-
*- cla st.; contains 7 rooms, bath, laundry i uew
beautiful interior decoration: rent Ijw; water
:rr<-; key at AmoM lros., 910-920 Valencia st.
Apply at IJ. i Twu.ny-firat st. JwlO tr
<l|'|||| FRAME HOUSE, 4 ROOMS AND
'_ 1 '•■'"'. basement; 8 Sellna place, off N. side
California st. . below Stockton: Quiet aad respecta-
ble neighborhood: water Ireei key .-.t No. 3. BUCK-
INGHAM A CO.. 415 Montgomery st Jel tf
rn_s_M_NT: 4 rooms: rent si_. 812.iks-
-1 sle. near Ninth. my3o tt
GLEN PARK AYE.— 7 ROOMS AND BATH:
sunny side; quiet neighborhood; thoroughly
repaired: low rout DEMP-TEH, .fu Glen Tart
aye., o- Twelfth St. my 23 tt
lii ROOMS \M> I. \ III: TWELFTH P.; THOB-
-1 V oughly repaired; bituminous pavement: quiet
Leh-buorhood; low r.Lt. DEMPSTER. 30 Gleu
I-ark aye. my_9 tf
|Q 4 SUNNY ROOMS: 8 REED ST.; WATER
•- O. free. Apply 1325 Washington st myl4 if
L'URNISHED OR UNFURNISHED 7-ROOM
r house to It on Oak st Particulars at L LAND-
__•____._ Montgomery. my 9 tf
SANITARY PLUMBER AND GAS-FITTER;
]obbm; of all kinds. work guaranteed or no
< ■'■:»■ .'f. CHAS. MKKIIAN. tis2 >:«. ■i:u:::-i,n,.fl '. i; ■„
(HiHI,..-. In 111
C rJ _TT IK— 5 LA i;..i: SUNNY X' .!■■■•. -. > BASE
» 'meat and lane yard: rent $15. Apply lloa
; Florida sr., lict. Twenty-third and Tweuty-fourtb.
Harrison and Bryant sts. jcl7 St*
I »>•> 1.1 I hi: ! 1 . het. EtRERO and do-
-1 _■• > lor— i— 1 -„i; . .-, : garden front and rear.a)s tf
CVU.Niau _.1 iiUU.I-),
TMjRNISITKrTIIoTsinjFnTRT^M-^T^^
■ cheap. 834 FoUom st jel 7 3 1*
I. i ;:\l.-lll .D HOI 10 LET; 2524 MARKET
I- St.. In warm belt; low rent to a suitable tenant
Api'ly at t!:e premises. my-'6 tf
» 5. ATS TO LIST.
Q9A CPPI I; II AT, 11-lii LMORE; 5 :
tjp_.V/< bath; alee upper flat. 16)3 • Germanla;
814; C rooms. Apply prei - I^l B 51*
"1711 1 CRE — * ROOMS, BATH. LAUNDRY,
-L I J I yard; large lusement: rent reasonable to
good tenant. Key corner grocery. JelB 2t*
IfLAT-5 ROOMS: ALL CONVENIENCES. 283
1 Thirteenth St.. bet Folsmii and 11.11T130 : 3t»
1 V"i " 1 6 Sl T W V N T yT- T hTrITs T. CO
I f>_ti tier Castro— ■_ lovely tipper fiats; 5 rooms
and th; rent low to good teaaats; must be seen
to oe appreciated. jei7 7t
E ROOMS. 728 HARRISON ST., BET. THIRD
0 aud Fourth. jel7 3t*
QT J AND $9-UPPER FLAT RMS.; LOWERS
II rius. 571 Stevenson st.. adjoining 7th. JI7 _»
rpwo CHOICE FLATS. 5 AND 0 ROOMS. BATH?
I- 1 %iS Guerrero st. : electric earn. Jel7 3l*
In"" UOLDEN GATE 1 -KLAT, 0 ROOMS;
IVOi $.'(>, WILSON _ CAKIt, Agfenis. Jeltf 3i.»
Q?l 7* NICK SUNNY FLAT 01 I ROOMS AND
QiU. tat • Key 40-. Ninth st. jelptf
1/LAT -1 ROOMS; BATH. 1329 CLAY ST. '
± jelbtt
L-LATOF4 ROOMS-RENT $12. COX. VALENCIA
i and "i wenty-rour.h •>!•*. Jels 7t»
m~ AND $16-2 FLA 8; 3 AND 4 BOOMS:
', *J cellar; yards; water free. 1213 Husb.jel 4 if
ftl O MCE UPPER FLAT OF 4 ROOMS AND
•<. «•'• bath: stationary tubs; gat. 'j;toii'', iur-
rlson st. . lm t Twentieth and T wen ty-fi rst. Jel4 "if
VLAT 3 ROOMS; SUN ALL DAY; FACING _
I streets; $13. 12a Sheridan at., bet. Ninth and
Tenth, Fjlsom aud Harrison. jel. tf
Q 1 O AND $14; FLATS OX BITCH ST. AP-
•- 1 - ply 325 Fit tb st. _ Je7 v
I'OO BRANS M:. SIXTH-4 MCE ROOMS:
V~~ rent $12. „._• tt
1 Ql'. WASHINGTON AVt, 1 ROOMS AND
1 On bath. Jel tr
1 r \*)l\ I'OST-FURNISHED FLAT OF 7 BOOMS
1 > '— -' and bath. my2s «
&I J FLAT i ROOMS AND BATH; SANCHEZ,
Jg^^nr^Market^ Apply 605 Bay, room 1. .1 tr
Q I(» 5 ROOMS; BATH; PAKTBT; LAUNDRY;
<jp lU. see it Uls».j Hayes, nr. Broderlclc. 19 tf
*ft lii FLAT; 0 ROOMS AND BATH; SUN ALL
V'v- <lay. 1524 Dupotit st ap22 If
.QIO SUNNY LOWER FLAT 6 ROOMS. BATH,
<4pl<-J. gas, etc. Drlor<\s and Fifteenth sts. 13 7*
J UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOB HOUSEKKEP-
"I ing. Apply at 333 Kddy st jel- tf
/ >HOI< R SUNNY FLAT, ti ROOMS, BATH. MOD-
\J crn Improvements: Oak, Kills and Hayes its.
cables. 1318 Feri st. near later. Jell lot*
1 1 U(\ "OLDEN GATE AVK... COR. WEBSTER
J 1' hi st— Flat of 8 sunny luums; .latest Im-
proveineuts. je9 it
CjOR HOUSE. •'. ROOMS. GAS. BATH AND
•-—''•water. 1512 Golden Gate ave.;a'so in
rear, 9 flats of 4 and 3 rooms; yarn, water: nil sep-
arate; • -1 and $7. Apply on premises. jel tt
CHEAPEST AND BEST IN AMERICA -THE
\J elght-paga WEEKLY CALL, sent to any address
hi the United States or Canada one year for $1 23,
post free.
KOI v ► ll.* iU>O.H!S.
j 1 s I 1 , M. v . si \.\i H KMsllhO HOI M--
Jl O Keeping rooms; line vi.-» or imy. JalB 6t*
AAA FOLSOM, ABOVE FIFTH-$10; TENE-
O\tO men 1 : 4 unfurnished rooms. . jelH 2t«
A(\d CLEMENTINA, NEAR SIXTH — ROOMS
-1 U.t furnished for housekeeping; cheap. •
1 A MOBS, OFF HOWARD. BET. SIXTH AND
i .' Seventh— Nice sunny front and back housc-
keepliigrooim; gas; bath; rent cheap. )elBSt*
TOO STEVENSON —2 LARGE ROOMS FOR
UU— < light housekeeping. JelB 3t»
<■)<■)-. FOURTH —FURNISHED ROOMS, SUIT-
— _.•> for light honsekeeplng. JIB 2t»
in" NEW MONTGOMERY— NICK 1 i i:\ isHKD
I" 1 ' housekeeping, back and front suite*: $10,
$11 aad SIS. jelB 2t«
9 LARGE UNFURNISHED SUNNY BOOH»S~IT<
— -' able for housekeeping; double lurulsbed room.
218 Golden Gate aye. jel 7 3t«
I I i^l THIRD-LARGE SUNNY FURNISHED
_ .I P.* room for housekeeping. $10 ; others. 17 51*
HOUSEKKKPING ROOMS: UPPER OR LOWER i
Hut Call 834 Kolsoin st. jel7 :u« -
A9l PVWELL FURNISHED ROOMS. HOUSE-
•|_I keeping, >ir. : also suite rooms. JOl7 at*
8--> FOLSOM-2 FRONT ROOMS. FURNISHED.
0 i »> housekeeping, with yard: $11. Jel7 it*
1 »>■• SKVKNTH- » Nil SUNNY FURNISHED
-LOU housekeeping rooms; yard, bath; $12. 13tf
DAI 9l MISSION ST., BET. THIRTIETH AND
O1 I _■•• i tjirty-llrst st— 2 sunny fiimishd house-
keeplng rooms; $7. Jel6 3i»
"I "I O HOWARD-'. LARGE SUNNY FRONT
1 10— ■ bonaekeeptag rooms; also single. JOI6 7t*
OOC STKVENSON- 3 SUNNY FURNISHED
_.— rooms for housekeeping. JelS 7t*
9 1 A TURK — FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING
— < I.U and other rooms; week or month. Jell lm
•JI O FOURTH— FURNISHED lIOU3E-
Ol«f keep'g, also double and single rooms; bouse
newly renovated: furniture all new. Jel'i 7t»
Q] A HOWARD — BEDROOM AND KITCHEN
OI 0 furnished for housexeeplne.; rent $12. JlO tf '
1 OA FELL ST.-4 KOOMS FURNISHED FOR
1— FELL BT.— 4 ROOMS FURNISHED FOR
_>v/ liiiii.sti.fei'ing. je9 tt
1 097 MARKET — SUNNY BAY - AVINDOW
JO- I rooms; furnished for housekeeping. jel tf
lIOUSKKKEPINO CONTINUED.
]/|-/l ioWABD BOX -J IvKETINtr KOOMS.
1 \JO\J sntte, single; water: gas in each room., lm
71 A GOLDEN GATE AYE. -ELEGANTLY FUR-
i '"i nisbtii suite 'parlors fnr doctor or dentist:
also 3 booaekeepg rooms furnished complete. 19 lin
OIK POWELL - NICELY FURNISHED PAR
-1 *) lory also basement for faonseicppplng. 13 t
HOO MS TO I.' r
lOt (' MAKKET — FRONT PAELOR, WITH
J(J I grate, Mini use or piano; suitable for man
and wife or two gentlemen; $10. jelS'Jt*
UFULION. NEAR NEW CITY HALL-MCELY
furnished room In private family; terms rc:i-
soabie. - j >lB at*
"IkJOJI BUSH— NICE SUNNY ROOM: SUITA-
I-t)lj bie 2 gentlemen; also single room. 18 Hi*
, J • ) > > JKBSI K— SUNNY HorsEK.T.TiTT.Ni; ROOMS
luO rear ol Mini alao single rooms. jelB st*
1 QTI sixth — Nii hi \ FURNISHED sunny
1 *j\J r> " 'tn. cheap. j<- : - st»
] JO Fin H. OVER GROCERY-STORE— SUNNY
I'IO double and single rooms; also light house-
keeping room. JelHtf
MERCHANT, COR. OF EAST— NICELY FUR-
l>i ctsbed rooms; $2. JelB 3t«
CO I STEVENSON. NR. TEN I H-FURNISHED
CO 1 rooms; everything new; single sunny rooms
from Si per month up. ; jel B 7t«
7 1 i 1 FOLSOM — NICELY FURNISHED BOOM;
I IV' private family; $6 per month. ♦
£.1 r GEARY— NICELY FURNISHED SUNNY
OXO room; suitable for 1 or 2. *
1 Q TREAT AYE.— a BOOMS; BATH AND
IVJIO stable. ■ JelS
O^O MINNA— A NICELY FURNISHED FRONT
OJO room fur 2 men or a couple of working
girls. JOIB 11* '
07] MINNA, NEAR HOUSEKEEPING
k> I X room, stove, closets, private family. •
•>/• THIRD. OVER PORK STORE — 3 FUR-
tJU— nished front rooms; cheap. jel7 2t*
Q«>7K MISSION 3 FRONT PARLORS, FOR
. )_ If I doctor's office; furnished rooms. -,7 7t*
7£*l l HOWARD— NICELY FOBNISHED BAY-
I UXa window room ; other rooms. Jel7 st»
'Jn(| AUSTIN. NKAI FRANKLIN— % ROOMS
*i\JO furnished complete for housekeeping,
cheap. Jel 7 2t«
1 r \ i )) ' MARKET-FRONT SUITE FOB 'i i.KN-
-l O±- Ii tlemen or l!gnt housekeeping. joi7 'M*
SUNNY SINGLE ROOM; *0. li ROSE PLACE,
off 224 Taylor St. jel 7 2t»
8 BOWIE AYE.. OFF ELEVENTH ST.-FUR-
lilshid double room for lady or gentleman. 17 3*
?■] C haves— furnished or unfurnished
O-IO liglit, -iniiiy rooms; bath. jel7 3t*
(.!•_) 1 1 HOW ABO— FURMbIIED ROOM
00l '4 for gniitleman. j-.-lti 31*
MOB RIBS AYE. — DOUBLE FURNISHED
front room, suitable for men or ladles, lti 3t*
- I a HOWARD— BEST FD UN ISII^D~I!O0MS;
"It/ f 1 per week up; housekeeping, jel(>:{t»
f'QO HOWARD ST. —NICELY FURnTsIIED
\J—O double and single rooms; gas: batu.l6 3t*
Cf.»l 1 MISSION— SUNNY BACK ROOMS;
"UI3 lurulshed. for light housekeeping;
< heap. s ; jela at*
I Of» ELLIS, lii-i. IOVM-.IL AND MASON, S. F.—
' +>\l Roy ill House; just opened; rooms to let by
the day, week or mouth: open all night; new, fire-
proof brick balidtng, metallic fire-escapes front and
rear; well lighted an. l ventilated; location central,
half block from Baldwin Hotel ; every thin; now and
turulstied complete with spring beds and hair mat-
tresses: first-class reading-room, containing a) daily
papers: incandescent light In every room; room?,
per night 35 cents to f 1 50. per week $1 75 to $0,
per month $1 to $30: Market-st. cars rua within 1
block of the home. F. L. TUKPIN. Prop, Jols tf
fTIHE IBINAL - ELEGANT i- Oil El)
X rooms, sitgle or en suite; newly rurimhed. MRS.
A. " AX. proprietress. 120 Ellis; transient 16 lm
( | 9 WASHINGTON— SUNNY UNFURNISHED
OV^j housekeeping rooms: running water. Jela 7*
711 HUSH, NR. POWELL— LARGE, ELEGANT
111 dining-room with kite] jol4 7t*
Hi) SEVENTH— AI THE UIBARD HOUSE;
1 "I — bandsome sunny rooms: single and ilotible:
light housekeeping. If desired. MRS. PR AHI tf
■) 1 RNISHED ROOMS; *li. 18 LEWIS ST.,
0 <■« utlot. near Post. jeU st*
•11- HYDE — NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS
OX with bath. Jel;* 7t*
(1 I lil MISSION — FURNISHED KITCHEN
O1<J:; Miiie to i-t. Jel3 tr
I I SEVENTH-SUNNY FURNISHED ROO>1S;
X 1 private family: gentieinen only. lei 3 7t*
Ql 9 KEARNEY— ST. GEOIftJE HOUSE; HIV
0 I rooms by week or month; $1 50 to *5. VI lm
A 9 J O' FARR EL L- V UNI SHED SUNNY BAY-
T*-l window front double aud simile rooms; also
back single room; reasonable. jell tf
91 "Ad HANDSOMELY FURNISHED
•^-'X^.T, sunny rooms; breakfast If desired. JlO lot
"I 71 qLKAVENWORTH-*I7:4SUNNYRC;OM3,
X I 1O bath and conservatory. Je3 tt
OO EDDY-FURNISHED ROOMS; ?£ 5(1 AND »2-
-00 by the week. % j t 3 tf
XI XO'FARRELL-FRONTFURNISUEDROOM;
0 1 Ogeiillfnieu ■ ..1.. . cheap. j^6 tf
J'Jl MORRIS AYK.-I I ISUED FRONT BOOM;
~XO » use kitchen; rent »tf. iny26 tf
7CO MARKET — HAN DSOaIK OFFICES AND
1 CO furnished rooms clieap. my 27 tt
I 1 OQ MISSION — LOVELY SUNNY SUITES
11\)-J furnished or unfurnished; also single a. id
double rooms; rent moderate. my<M lm
ARLINGTON HOUSE, 127 KEARN Y -PLEAS-
»» ant sunny rooms. en suite and single; first-cla3s
In every respect; terms reasonable. J.ilO tf
1 OCQ MISSION— FINE SUITE OF ROOMS.
J U1J1) with piano; a:so single room; terms rea-
Bonabie. my:i tt
Y,OSKMITE BOUSE, 1046 MARKET ST., BET.
1 Six and Seventh; 35c to $1 per night; per
week, $1 60 to ?5 ; single am! en suite; tamllies.i.< tf
rpHE ABBOTSFORD. NW. COR LARKIN AND
1 Broadway— Nice, quiet, pentrei and hoTn9ltk«:
lurnlshi'fl or iin:urnUhed sunny rooms atextremuly
moderate pr.i'-'i; light housekeeping permittedl4t(
t!OAi;ui.\r, AM) i:ooms.
1(1 VAN NES.S AVKL— SUNNY FURNIH
X U suites and .single rooms; board optional, jeiB tt
\\T IN TED— TO KENT. FURNISHED DINING-
* room in boardUig-bouse. Address D. X, box
104. Call Branch. lel6 ;»•
qni POWELL (MEN TONE)- KOOMS EN SUITE,
O\Jl single: first class: board; references. Je2 lin
AMERICAN EXCHANGE HOTEL, SAN SOME
- « st— Positively the bes: value la the city for
permanent or day boarders; good rooms: eleganc
table: ratns *6 to $10 per ween ; per day $1 np.j-.Mtt
MONTtiOM KRT'S TEMPiiRANCB HOTEL. HT
and i!va Second at.— Single meals 25c; !«>ar'l cil
ream per dar. 75e to (1 : br tu* wee*. *4 to $5: trji
roach to ant from tbn hotel. auil^'
iOMMKB KESOKT3.
• .\ n ■ !■";>!. DUNCAN MILLS— POPULAR
"' summer resort: elegant rooms; climate; flsii-
inif, Imatin-r. -scenery, drives, fme->t rambles: send
for circulars; $7 to $10 per week and special rates
to famllios. ''. BEURY, proprietor. je7 cod tr
"\riLLA LASI.OMAS; HEALTH aNDPLI -RE
' resort; bountifully situated In the Santa Crnz
MountßlL'.s, VV, miles from Santa Cruz: send f.ir
circular. AD ZILLMJtH .v SON. Santa Cruz, inly tl
Vtapa. S'M>\ SPRINGS, located ON moun.
_< tain aide, S miles northeast of Nap*. 1000 feet
above the Na;a alley ; hot acd r0.,1 (tape, toda-
water baths; accommodations first class: "burrcn"
lor children to ride; telephone and pottoOce;
terms $15 per week. ANDREW JACKSON, pro-
prietor my 7 2m
BLUE LAKES HOTEL. LAKE COUNTY— UN-
• ' derncw management iind extensively improved;
the Switzerland ot America; 1500 feet above sea:
fxcellent bunting, fishing, boating and bathing;
scenery grand and romantic: excellent French
cooking; excursions to all points of lntcreit in
county: rail to I'Kt.th. thence st»,-e direct to hotel;
terms reasonable. .MiiHUV .t KM an. props.,
1 ruin 1 ustofttce, Lake County. Cat. ap2rl 3m
I>ABAISO SPRINGS, MgNTEREY COUNTY,
1 C»t.— Season of Itm.— New cottages, newly fur-
Dished: new batbtn; faculties; thorough renova-
tion: same management as .for past 6 years; train
Third and Towuseud ,-ts., 8:15 a.m. E. .1. FOS-
TER, proprietor. up-5 <!in
KESORTS. SPRINGS AND HOTELS OK TUB
Jll'aclflc Coast, with rate?, location, etc., ojo-
lisiicd In tho Hotel Guide. 100 pages. for sals '>7
Stwsdealer*, or send 25c In stamps to W. M. P1 C-
'J HiMiN. pqbllshfr. 310 Post -i.. .-■ F. mrl it
BXOKJC3 TO LIST.
©1 C SMALL SToltK; 81 ITAHI I. IfOR ANT
ijrlt>. bnalucss. 1426 Ma-It* nr. Larkln. 17 3t*
TORE, 625 POST. LIVING-ROOMS IN BACK:
good place for dressmaker. j<l6 at*
QTORK SUITABLE FOB ANY KIND OF BUSI-
O if as. 939 Mission. Jel6 3t«
COR. STORE (NEW); SEVENTH ANDNATOMA,
' close to the new postoflice site. Apply to M, B.
LF.VV. 432 California. je7 tf
MAURITIUS SUFFERERS.
Mayor Nar.<|pr«on OVt* an Appeal for
Aid From the Island.
Th« following is a copy of a Utter re
ceived by Mayor Sanderson yesterday in
regard to the awful disaster which overtook
the inhabitants of the island of Mauritius
on the 2Sih of last April :
Municipality of Port Louis. )
Town Hall, Mauritius. >
May G. 18U2.)
Mr: After the great calamity winch tins be
fallen Ibis colony, and especially the town of
I'ort Louis. I If el it my duty to make a pressing
appeal to tlie nation you represent in Mauritius
and to ask you to be good enouirh to forward
abroad our earnest entreaty In favor of the un
fortunate victims of Hits most- terrific disaster.
I have Hie Honor to be. sir. your very obedient
servant. K. Auiiekt, Mayor of Tort Louis.
To T. T. Prentls Esq., Consul for the United
States of America.
Accompanying the letter were newspapers
containing an account of the disaster. The
hurricane swept over the island with fright
ful violence. In the town of Port Louis
alone 24 churches were blown down and the
Royal College was destroyed. Nearly all
the property on the island was destroyed,
COO persons were killed aud 1000 persons
wounded.
Health mirt I'ollre Mnltera.
The Supervisors' Health and Police Com
mittee met yesterday and considered a peti
tion from the Burnharu & Marsh Com
pany, asking that the rent of the police
station at 1530 Jackson street be increased
to $35 a month. The matter was referred to
Supervisor Ayer.
Regarding the complaint of citizens doing
business in the vicinity of Bush and Dupont
streets that the Salvation Army is in the
habit of holding noisy meetings thf re every
Bight, it was resolved to authorize the Chief
of Police to take such action In the matter
as may be authorized by law.
Grand Jury Investigation.
The Grand Jury was in session yesterday
afternoon, and took under consideration
tlie charges that were made several days
ago against the Assessor's office, to the
effect that employes in that office were
required to "shave" their salary warrants
through a man named Wilkins, who, it whs
claimed, was a friend of Mr. Siebe and also
Chief Deputy Herzer. Th« two last-named
ntliciiils w»r« examined as to what they
know of the matter.
McNULTY'S NECK.
To Be Stretched on the Gallows
on August 12.
The Murderer ci John Collins Makes a Sam
bling Statement in Court Before
Sentence Is Passed.
John McNulty, wlfo murdered John Col
lins on the 23th of March, ISSS, by shooting
him in the head, was in the dock of Judee
Murphy's court yesterday to receive his
sentence for the crime. There was a large
Attendance of morbid spectators present
anxious to gaze upon ihe mnrderer, hose
case has been pending in the courts lor over
four years.
AlcXuity had all the appeaiances of a
broken-down man, and he lias evidently
given up all hope of keeping his neck clear
of the hangman's noose much loncer. llis
face is shrunken and pallid from his long
confinement, and his nervous system ap
pears to be completely wiecked.
As he wai ed for the Judge to dispose of
some minor court matters he began to
tremble and move his hands nervously un
der the gaze of the several hundred spec
tators.
Two women, who were friends of the
murderer's mother, sat outside the deck,
but close to him, and occasionally they
spoke cheering words to him.
HKACHIXG M'XVI.TY'S CASE.
When the Judge at last reached MeXulty's
ease and requested him to stand up he stag
gered into an upright position and his trem
bling increased.
Attorney Carroll Cook arose at the same
time and made a request Hint the court dp
fer setting the dale lor the execution for the
reason -that Attorney J. N. E. Wilson, who
defended McNulty, was not in the city at
present, and papers had been sent to him
upon which it was proposed to apuly to the
United States Supreme Court for a new
trial. Furthermore Mr. Cook maintained
that the court had no right to pass seutence
as the statute under which it was proposed
to proceed bad been repealed. If, however,
the court was determined to proceed the
'attorney a>ked that the date be as remote
as possible in order to allow the higher
court time to pass upon the case.
Judge Murphy said that lie would not
delay the execution.
Mr. Cook then stated that McXulty de
sired to make a statement in relation to his
trial and Judge Murphy announced his
willingness to listen.
The murderer, v bo had sat down while
liis counsel had been speaking, arose again
and spoke in a quivering tone of voice.
m'nli.iv'> i:i:m \i:k ■-.
"Your Honor. I want to tell you that the
I my trial did not tell the truth.
One of them stated that I shot Collins in
the ba k of the head, while another testified
that he was siot in the front of tiie head.
It was not brought out either in the testi
mony that the mate of the schooner Spartan
told me that Collins had said that ho would
tsither beat or kill me."
At this point in his statement McNnlty's
nervou>ness almost overcame him and he
went on in a way that waa very rambUor,
saving that he was drunk when he shot
Collins and that the latter had threatened
his life, lie denied that he bad shot Collins
in the back of the head.
Tnat was all McNulty was able to say,
and Judge Murphy rroceeded to pass Judg
ment. Regarding what the prisoner had
said, the Judge stated that it had been iully
gone over at that trir.l, and there was noth
ing the court could do in the ca-*e except
pass sentence in accordance with the uian
dati> of Urn Supreme Court.
"The judgment of the law is," said the
rnvrt impressively, "that you, John Mc-
Nultv. be taken to the County Jail by the
Sheriff and imprisoned there until the 12th
day of August, vn which day the Sheriff is
ordered to have you banged by the neck
until you are dead, and m.ty Gudlliave mercy
00 your bouL"
A look if despair swept over McNulty'a
pale face, and the two women burst into
•■ art. Aj I t« li.ui'l* rer was led out by the
Deputy Sherifi they siretcbed out their
liuuiis to him iv sympathy.
WAR IN PESCADERO.
Not Deiireen the l'6op>, but Between
lllval Stige Line Men.
On the shore not far from Pigeon Point
in San Mateo Ceunty and distant about one
mile and a half from Pescadero is situated
what Is known as the pebble beach, which
ha* been visited by thousands during lie
past 80 years and is as almost well
known to the traveling people as the
Tosemite Valley and the wonderful big
trees. As previously stated this pebble
beach lias been visited by thousands of
people and each one has carried away from
there from cue to three cigarb-oxes filled
with pebbles, some of which are really
handsome and are turned over to lapidaries
and jewelers to be converted into articles of
jewelry. Ann. these pebbles are found
opals, cornelians and a sort of milk stone.
Notwithstanding the fact that so many of
these pebbles have been removed the sup
piy does not appear to be in the least af
fected, and any one who saw the beach 30
years ago and goes to it now cannot notice
that a handful had been taken. This
beach, and an agate beach close by, a
singing bench some distance away, the
Pigeon Point lighthouse and some beautiful
drives in the mountains on the road to Red
wood City, are the chief attractions around
the ancient town of Pescadero.
One of the iarce land-owners In that part
cf tan Mateo County is a Mr. Coburji, an<t
t'.ie pcbiile r.r.cl ngate beaches are on the
border ol the Iflnd arouud which he has a
fence. Fur some reason or other he is not
on i lie best of terms with the people, or
rather some of the perple of Pesendvns aud
not lonn ago the peoi'l<> who run the regular
line of stages from h>an Mateo station to
l'esoadero vi:» >i nnishtown, and to the same
point from Redwood City via Honda, and
he bad a falling cut. The exact nature of
the quarrel has not been made public, but
tin* i* kDOwn, that Coburu determined to
establish an oipcsitic n slage line viR >pan
ishtown. Coburn owns a large number of
bones, and he procured several light and
easy-riding covered wagons, which he placed
on the road, and put them in charge ol the
famous driver, Baldy (Ireen, who for many
years was the crack rein-handler en the line
between Virginia City and Carson. With
a view to knock out the old line
Cotrarn cut the fare dowu from the
regulation price, S*J 50, to ;"0 ceut.«, and
he made the announcement that if the regu
lar line went lower trmn that he would
carry passengers without cost and furnish
each passenger a noonday meal at SpAnish
town. This action on his part bad the
effect to make the old-lir.e people come
dfiwn to the Coburn prices iv the matter of
lare on tho Spanislitown line, and in the
Kedwood City-lionda- line the fare came
down to ?1 s(i, although there is no oppo
sition, but travel fell off sojthat something
had to be done to meet the cut on the other
route to Peseadero.
Previous to the establishment of .this op
position there was a line of carriages that
curried passengers from the hotel to the
pebble and agate beaches, charging 40 cents
for the round trip. Coburn lias established
a line of carriages there, and cut the round
fare trip down to 25 cents. lie is having a
new road built by which the distance to
these beaches will be reduced, and this will
soon be opened. He also declares that no
teams except those in charge of his men
shall be permitted to cross bis lands. This
virtually shuts out all others who are en
caged In the carrying business, and those
who wish to visit the beaches must ride in
('©burn's carriages. On last Wednesday
Coburn served written notice on a livery
stable man named Farley, the owner of the
opposition coaches and carriages, to the ef
fect that no more trespassing would be
permitted on the d burn grounds. Coburn
has also declared that he will have his wish
respected, and that if it is not he will have
shotgun sentries at the gates, and that they
will be instructed to keep intruders out
On the other hand, it is claimed that L'o
burn has no control over the beaches, and
that steps will be taken to reach them by
another route than that over his land?, and
that if he attempts to prevent people from
visiting them there will be serious trouble.
Thus the matter stands at present. The
two lines of coaches via Spanish town are
not making money, but the people who
visit Pescadero are savins some by the re
duction in the fares.
Elected Otticers.
The following officers have been elected
by Hesperian Parlor, No. 187, for the term
beginning July 1: Past president, George
'A. Montell; president, Harry A. Anderson;
first vice-president, Oliver J. Olson ; second
vice-president, G. 11. Mower; third vice
president, .W. K. Conner; recording secre
tary, F. N. lingers: financial secretary, W.
N. Rotph ; marshal, F. T. Doolan; surgeon,
Dr. W. B. Coffey; trustee-. G. P. Theller,
W. H. Monahan, J. 11. Roxburgh; histo
rian, It. P. Doolan; treasurer, £. 11. Gutt
schalk.
A Cold Caii>}>-
Captains Dick ins of the United Mates
Coast and Geodetic Survey U back from
Snow Mountain, on the dividing line of
Lake and Glenn couuties, where he had
been stationed from May C till IhePth insr.
lie camped 7000 feet above sea level, when
the average temDerature for the whole
period was two degrees below freezing point
There were plenty of bright day?, but the
■now was so abundant that the sunshine
was not very successful in raising the tem
perature. On the 9th inst. the thermometer
registered '21 deg. utid a heavy snowstorm
prevailed. -V':. : lj
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Frame E. linker to Marian Baker, lot 0:1 N lino of
Geary street, 10.1:11 IS of Lacuna, E tlitt Ly N 120:
$10.
Kobert lsalfour, Hcliert 15. Forms ami Alex
ander Guthri« to I'atr.ck A. Dolan, lot on » tin-: <>:
\ allejo street, 1 37 :t> Wor Hncbanan, W 11/. Inches
by s 137:6: also claim as to ;...rtv wall; $5."
I*. A. Doi.lll ami wife to Kir hard robin, lot oa S
lino of V:ii;.-ju street, 114:6 01 Kuebauiui, W
23:11/8, 1 1 7 ;t>. li IVi incaes, 8 '-'O, X 23, N 137 :ti:
S.O.
•'. B. Kid well to J. 1.. Kl.lwll. blork 8008 by
lniehanan, Wetter. Kddy ami Ellis streets: ■-•
lot and building* on Clay and l>av;s streets; also
50-vara lot on Hayes street, near Van Ness jivetritv.
also all Interest to estate or J. 0. li«>ideman (as re
corded): $1.
K. A. Muikl and wife to Maria K. Brenner, lot 01
line or sutler street, 87 :<> \V of Fierce, W 25 by i>
SO: $1.
William K. Sawyer 10 Oeorsre E. Bates, lot on I"
line or vtsadero street, t>B Sof Dal S 34 by X
103:11.2 ; also lot on line of Green street, 103:1' •>
Derlsmdero, E34:4V& '■'• S • - 1 " : ' ; ; $10.
.1. Goldberg and wife to Aar >h BorSnCel, lot on 8
line of California street, 31:3 wOl i;..< 1 w -.'. by
S 100; *H>.
A. Hlnmenthal and wife to liernail Biuuieitaal,
mid (led half of lot ou \V ll>.e of Lott Street, I< * «
N of McAllister, X 25 by W 106 :3; ;i:s • tirulividoi
halt or lot on W line of Lot! strait, 100 S or aol'icn
Gate renue, 824 by \V 106:3. warr.ti.tv deed: $:.
Kstate or Henry >. Austin tO John L. iic.i.llll I. ;
0:1 S line of .Sacramento street. 37 :o X of Mayle, X
25 by 9 H)T:7i : SID.
John Cain and wire to Edit!) Knox. lot on \\ line
•if Guerrero street, 5'J > of Lunt^-eiitli. X V 5 u\ A
SO; «10.
K.Sith Knox to Estelle Knox, lot on AT linn »'
Guerrero street. 62 n of Kigateeatb, VI BJ. N "J5, W
44. N -J5 \\v -^s:lVi. VV 7:8" „ M -'5, X 10, X Us. \.
125.8 I'is: girt.
Santa Clara Co4!c?c to Sarah 8. Slocu n. Jot oi
SW corner or Saucbea and Fourteenth »tri-e:s, S
105 by w 105: $10.
Caspar Dietrich to Emtle Dietrich, lot or> S litip
of Jtroey street, £. of Uougl-ss, L 25 by S 114;
gift.
Moses A. <; Idstone to Nevell Wlnants, lot on W
line of Douglass street, 185 !S of TwSUty-lourlh, -S
29 by W 12 i; $10.
M. J. Bane and wife to James R. Garni-ts. lot on
line of Kearay street, 67:6 >' of Union, X 6i> by
-N '-'0; 810.
U.S., Clara E.. Charles 11.. Julia A.. If. J., Man
1.. Julia M. an I Fanny E. Crocker. W. c. Van
Flett ana wife, F. H. Green and wife to the War.-
noose Land ana Improveuient C"mp:»ny. lot on S*
line of Braonaa street. '275 S>V or First, S\> 13,* :t> by
lSXrjffß: 110.
M. McCartby and wife to Kon M. T. X S. .1.
Aibera, lot on Niv line if ClexuentißJ street, 1- j
M.o? rttti , M-. 29 by .\w BO; iHO.
Anton E. K. Albert to same, same: lift.
Clinton C. Trtpp to I'acillc Land Aasoeiittlon, I'o-
trero blocks 69, 13, 35. 100. 101, 102 lUS. i-'ts.
1«7, 130. Isa, 133. 13«. 1,7. 1 ;v». 141, 140. IHI.
lent, 175, 197. tOO. 201.900, 207, 120». 210. -M.
WMJ, 233, 1. 271.242. 103, 202. a93s S3.
J. A. fuller Jr. to Albert Kl>b;ich. lot on \V lln ■
or Eleventh avenue 10!) 9 of Clement street. 8 25 by
W 240; $10.
L. i: Drexler.P. N.Liilentlial anil William c. Wai
son ami wives to William Mcol. lot on F. Un« or
Third avenue. lOOSor strt-et, S2sby 1. 240: $10.
2 1:. E. .Vii and k. H. Treiitloe and wives to I he. -
dore L. (ir;iy, lot on N Hue of T street, 32:6 Eo!
Porty-s ventti avenue, I -'5 by N ioi>: 10.
lastallmeut Home Assuciatiou to the Homi Build
lne Company, lot 47. block 28, Sunnysldc; also lot
199. Git Map 3: also lot on W line of Diamond
street. 122:8 8 of Twentieth 825 by VI 1-J5: a ;s <
lot on N* line of I.obos street, 185 \v of I'lymoutn.
W 25 by .N 125. block 1". BaMruad HomesteaU; »!» •
lot on 8 line or Twenty-ninth street, 13J W of .San
chez. AY 25 by S 114; .
ai. \'l 1 1 \ COOHTT.
George A. a itert» to L'iu's K. i .l ■'.:. lot 87, bloc:-:
X, Teinesc.il Park, Oakland Township; $10.
William H. and Frauds .MacKinnon to Uavid Sll
rerstine, lot 41, map of estate of John Evoy Ui t*l .;
30. as recorded, Oakland Towns* p; $10.
William M. ami Jane short to same, litoa i|.,.. <,:
Fr.rty-tuird street, 140 Kof Linden, E23 >• S M.)
bl./<k- 209-;, Alden Tract, limMtll, Oakland Town
snip: $10.
i.-rt V. and Catherine Co stock to Andrew X
S. Terns, lot 00 NX line or Hillefra4S arid A-thov
avenues, N 110, B 120, S 5. E 40, a 105. W lt>o to
beginning, block A, Clareiuout Tract, Oaklmd
Township: if 10.
William ami Line V. IreUn to Henry X ithtchlltl
lot on SE line of Twenty-first arenas, ii).':iNK«'
Twenty-second street, XE 37 id by SE 12a, b!oo >
74. East raklana: $10.
M. Metsgei to William Irelan, lot on E line <■;
Twenty-Ant avenue, 102:6 nk of Tweuty-secorni
street. N 37:6 by E 1-5, reconveyance. East Oak
land: $1.
.lames K. and MatiUa A. Daly to Lottie A. Lampe.
lots 5 and G. bloc* C, lots 1 and 2, block D. Daly
Tract. Brooklyn Township: $10.
Same to 1) I>. HeiL'rrty. lot 1, bloci A, Daly •
Tract, Brooklyn Township: $10.
Same to Herbert T. Webster, lot 13, block K. D ny
Tract, Brooklyn TowasUip: $10.
S. S. Austin to Charles Leim, lot on SB line of
Harrison avenue, Wo SW of county road, Oakland
to San Leandro, sw 74.40, SE 120, -N'K 108.10, S \V
124.67, block C, lluntiugtun Tract, lirooklyn I ow»
--■hip; $lUOO.
August and Minerva K. Hcinine to Ellppe SlUuj
do Souza, lot on N Uoe of Maria 1 street, 150 1. o(
Clarke, N 150 by E 70, Hemaie Tract, San Lo.c.J o,
ikieu Township; craut.
Same toUll I), "ilcllo. lot on SW corner of Castro
aud Hay* streets. S 150 by >v lOJ, Heuime Tract,
San l.«a:idri>, Eden Township: grant.
Same to Mario Au^nst Cambra, lot on H lwn of
ilarian street, 3041 X of Clarke. N 150 by X 51,
lleuiaie Tract, Baa Leaudro, le;i Township; er.mt.
Same to Joh^ i .»rn, lot ou B line of faitro street.
150 F. of Clarke, S 150 by E 51. liemuie Tract, S m
Lemdro. Kdea I ownshlp; grant.
Sydney J. ami Katharine ('. Felt on to Frank 11.
Krooks, lot on E Hie of Adeline street, '.:.;:> N vv or
Eishth, X 194 by N ISO, Oakland: i;r;i'ir.
K. C and Harriet Dawion to Mark L. MeCorri an 1
F. Eawar.ls, lot on X line of ButU-rwortb: 2tHi
VV of Kabton, \V 40 by B I^s. Mock 4, State Uuivei
llty Homestead, Berkeley; $10.
Mary E. P. Johnson to John Mlntern, lot on XYV
corner of Villa avenue and Twelfth street. > 79 by
W 10i», block 2, S»n r«blo avenue Villa Tract, Oak
land Township; 10.
Frederlik and Carmelita H. Uoeßle to G. W.
Ilocuot, lot 9. block D, J. E. McElrath Tract, Oak
land Township; $10.
M. J. Keller to Cornelius Kellecer, lot ou H line
of Uraiit (Forty-first) street, 667:6 E of Linden, 1:
60:6 by 100, Muillklo Tract, Oakland Towusblp;
$600.
Installment Home Association to Home Batldln •
Company, lot on E line or M lufonl avenue, 244.67
>' of Asht.y avenue. N 44.49, E 109.15. 8 40, M
126.58, block A. Adellue Tract. Oakland Township:
also lot on N line or Twenty-second street. in;
Vf of Adeline, W 50, N 101, E 50, s 101. otock 631
Adeline-street lots, Oakland; also lot on N eorarr
of Twenty-second and Magnolia streets, E 103:3 by
N 101, block 631, Adedue-street lots, Oakland:
also lot on E line of Stanford avenue, 200.18 N ol
Asnby avenue. N 44.49, E 117.38, S 40, W 134. ti1.
block a. Adeline Tract. Oakland Town«hii>: aim
lot on SW line of East Twentieth street, 140 N \V of
Twenty-fourth avenue, XW 50 by SW 150, block I,
Fifty Associates' Tract, East Oakland; enut.
11. G. and Sarah J. lWasilei to Deborah Loose, lots
3 and 4, block 4, Kiaadei Tract, Hap 3, Ist Oak
land Heights. Kant Oakland; $2150.
Same to John Rowe Hodge, lot- 12 and IS, block
-!, same tract; $2050.
Same to Alice I. Lathrop, lots 5 and 6, block 4.
same tract; $2UOO.
C. E. White and E. P. Yaadereook to A D. "Wilsoa.
Tr<ict A. East Oakland Height*. BastOaklMd; $10
Matilda H. Wetmore to Jesse L. Wetoior», b;oci-
A an.l 1., Oiiieley Tract. Brooklyn Township, quit
claim dee I: *&
Jesse L. etmore to Hush Frazler, lot 12. block
A. Qalgley Tract, Brooklyn Township: 925 •.
Annie L. Hedges to Andrew Downey, lot on NX
corner of Berkeley and College avenues. E 363, N
102:5, E246. N 102:5, W 615. S 204:10 to begin
nin.j. block 1.. Iteriieley lluiueitea.l Assjclit.oa;
Berkeley: *100 J.
Hiiil<lcr«' ContrnK.
11. \V. Broderlck with George ISichley, to erect a
frame dwelling on N line of Washington street.
181 :3 feel Wof Baker; $3145.
REAL ESTATE
FOR SAI.K BY
m magi
Real Estate Agent,
And Publisher "Real EsUta Circular,"
So. 20 Montgomery Street,
OPPOSITE lick HOUSE."
m w nu rr.KTv.
Geary it, mar Kraruy: rents $440: lot ha « 2
fronts and brick bmidinj:*: $70.00-).
tioluen Gate aye.. N. side. 2 blocks from Market;
60x137:6 and frame buildings: at re»s.)ua:>!.- prie
Jacsson st. bet. Mouisomery and s;i.^.)iiif; 'Ml\
60; niaklug '-' corners IK •< fronts; pays $((>
ground rent: $3200.
Ureen and !>cott sts.: 29x127:6 to rear alley:
macnlfieent view; $6730.
50-yara; Chestnut st., bet. Lagunaand Buchanan:
$6500.
California st and 23d ava.; 57:6x103; $29 0J
cars pas 3 this lot and stall m opposite.
INVESTMENTS.
Ellis, bet. Powell and Mason; 50x137 :6aad party
wans; cheap: if buyer builds have tenant who wt;i
pay gno 1 rent and take 10 years' lease. . ■- -
Turk St.. Ii 3 block from Market: 27.6x137 & and
front and rear 2-story houses: r.uted low at $110
month: front house should be raised and storo put
in; will be first-class retail business property:
$30,000.
Ninth St.. near Mission; 25x70 and '2 fine flat*:
should be raised and store put in; a good uu»in»>.
block new: *.J,OIK).
Washington and Merchant, near Sati3o<ne; .SOx
132:0; douiilefrout, rents $225 and 3 rooms wort I:
$20 or $25 vacant; only $33,000: tins is au invest
went that can be confidently recommended.
Harrison and Second; 137:6x125 and large flue
bouse of 13 rooms: the lot is being graded free ■
$2*.000.
Hyde st. near McAllister, at the new City Hal.
25x37:6. and 2-story and basement house, 9 rooms.
etc. : 1.000.
WESTERN ADDITION UOUSES AM)
LOTS.
Pierce st, 2 fine new houses, 8 rooms ami every
courenience in each: rent $80: lot 37:6x105; .<
very tiue buy; $10,250; bet. olden Gate are. ami
Turk it.
Post st, near Laguna; 27x137:6, and very doe ■-•
story bow-window house, 11 rooms and every co:,
venience; rented for $70; $8500.
Hush si., V side, bet. I'illrasre and Stelner: 25-
-127:6 to Wlldey st., and good 2-»tory. 6 room;
bath, hot and cold water, etc.; Itusn < froii!
vacant; bota streeU sewered and uiacad»ml»«<i :
$5650.
Ucduccd to $9000— ('olden Gate aye., Opposite
Jefferson square; 25x137:6 and 2-story bow-wlu-
Uow house. 8 rooiuj. etc : street accepted.
California, near ituchanau: good 2-story: 7 rooms
and modern conveniences: lot 2&x137:6; flue view
from rear: rounds in front and terra cotta bulk-
head: $7000.
WK.STI AIDITION LOTS.
Devisadero st. near Oak: in the business portion
of the street; '2 lots 25x103; $3750 each; growhi.
Pr urove ." bet Webster an.l Fillmore: 37:6x107:6;
$1760; verr cheap.
Corner: 37:6x103: $3300: or any size: SE. cor.
of Sacramento st and Locust aye.; both streets in
order.
('neap l<>n, 25x100: 91350: Point I.obo* aye.. BeL
18th and 19th; easy terms; Point Lobos road in \ue
order. 09:6— $1875: Octavla. neir Cnlon.
27:tix109:8— 51875; Cctavla. neir ' n vn.
Clay, bet. Maple and Cherry: J.".\IJ7:S; $1775;
or any size: street graded and macaclamUed; ini<
graded nicely. .
oak St.. near Steluer: cable-cars pass; 30x114;
$40U0; fine view. 1
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