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$1600 •'^^'^-sior}sET2s^^ 'MS; AIL OipUU. furniture: no old trash- ,r, b ' b i ''*- location; rent moderate; a fine offer • kC^'s^" gate, to o-eatlgato at onco. Jjfc ;i.gsS i a^gS l^^ "DAKOAIN^ INLODGISO.HOUSES ' te;::---"*^!?^ * Ho °* USSSS-""- ::: «^o°=s s :::;;;::;;: SBS V« room« 700 17 rooms 1000 SoSSS. *•* I*oo 85 rooms ... 45u0 f,H"""; HOO 4 rocms 250 t_ . ?,_ S "-, 5000.4 rooms "- ... 1»0»> ., l , °', >»v. seiior exchange real estate, or anything ca.l or write to H. c. DECKER, 906 Market. 1* s*. *" 'l M I OS -ACCOUNT OF DF7_T_fT2O ROOMS; V— xJU. clears $40 over rent: bay-window bouse, it sunny rooms; $500: $200 cash, balance pay- gents. HEALY & CO.. 1148 Market st. 1_ pHEAP lop, CASH — a WELL-FURNISHED A-> house. 512 Post st Xe'2'2 7t» "LOR SAL] CHEAP: LODGING-HOUSE OF 15 -I rooms and bath: well furnished; good location: low rent and always full. Apply Call P.rauch.2l 7 to I IN G-HOCSE OF 1-' ROOMS AND BATH. -I J well furnished; for sate cheap. 4-4 Jessie st., In rear of Mint. " 3e13 7t» ft,",",!, a NICE AND NEWLY FURNISHED QD'"'. louse of 10 rooms. IPS Taylor s . 317 tf ~~BtSI>-I^SS~CI- AXCES. fijOKn SALOON; 4 LIVING-ROOMS; CHOICE k^j-OVJ. location. 1 block rein Market st. • doing a V r^, R , c ?- d .. b . s l ness: owner going to leave; must soil. 51. LESS. 5 Fourth st. • ©QP-jfl SALOON ON -. PRINCIPAL THOR- iy«-*- v. oughrare: hMn'soneiy fitted up: good Lusliiess:i cheap at f5t0.0-.vn r hasotherli tcrests; must soil; bargain. M. LESS. 5 Fourth St. * Q". >\f)(, SALOON AND LODGING-HOUSE; 20 ji. _._) VJ ( '. rooms, centrally located, not far Trom Market st. elegantly fund-hed: rooms always lull; lar does exteusive bus'ness; owner wishes retire grand bargain surely. M. LESS. 5 Fourth st. * •*3ST*9flfl CORNER GROCERY AND BAR; LIV^ x^Lm^xju. Ing rooms; horse, wagon, stable; loca- tion a very desirable one; low root: lease; has a fine run of trade: extensive bar trade; clears $150 and over per month: greatest bar-rain ever offered: full Investigation ami trial granted to con- vince any one of the genuineness of this offer: good aud valid reasons for selling. M. LESS, o Fourtn. • <B;lf_(in C 0R * SALOON*. OLD ESTABLISHED c l xt. business: well known popular place; fine full stock; owner has made his tune there; can affurd to retire. M. LESS, 5 Fourth st. * TO SELL OCT YOUR BUSINESS GO TO 1. D. BARNARD. Kearny sL: established 1559. 1* (JJ.*).;- NICE NEAT RESTAURANT: .GOOD +jm.O. location: making money: positive *r- gain I. D. BaRN i 209 Kearny St.; • Q~ \ll COFFEE SALOON ON CITY FRONT ep.l OVJ. I. D. BARNARD, 209 Kesri st. * Of-O SALOON; DAY TRADE: OLD STAND. O _•>.'.' D. BARNARD. 209 Kearny gt. •__ «i;i' *j , TEA. COFFEE AND SPICE BUSINESS; A_ Ui^V. . fine trade and maklug mouey. I. D. BARNARD. 209 Kearny st. *__ -..'"il FINE SALOON AT A GREAT BAB- »,/ Oil", Rain: located In the very center of busi- ness; doing a trade of S_o per day ; extreme Illness of owner compels him to leave the city, and leaves bim al tbe mercy of bareeepers: this is reailv worth 51200: wlll besarilficed ror above if applied fur at ence. Apply K. KENNY', 1001 Market SL • Qj'XO PARTNER WANTED TO ASSIST IN C^t-'IV'. the bar In a fine saloon on Marke: Ihandscmely fitted up and doing a business of BW per day: rent $65 per mouth; one of preaent own- ers is l-avlng thecity: the remaining partner Is a thorongb saloon man, and will teach you t ie busi- ness: you can mako xour investmeut lv three months. K. KENNY'. IUO4 Market st. * Dri'.n PARTNER WASTED IN A FIRST- ._ , i VJ . class commission business baying a fine trade in both city a:al country, clearing at least $25b per mouth: you can try tiie busihess for 30 days t-erore boring; n.» previous experience rr- quired: co night or Sunday work. Appiy K. KENNY, 1004 Market St. *_ €- . 1 Oil' OF THE Vi city: pos tiveiv clearing over $150 a mouth : price. .1500. I'A'Ti D- EXCHANGE. 23 K. irny." BAKERY TO RENT: GOOD IN DC-CEMENT'S glvca. PACIFIC EXCHAN GE. 23 Kearny. » Q-^nn CORNER SALOONtSSMARRET^i ST.: xsjOViVJ. side entrar.ee: cheap rent: nest reasons lorseiling. HEALY A CO.. 1143 Market st. 1 fi-O.'A GROCERY AND RAH: - ' i'HK'd' •JJ-. .) VJ. rms Included. HEALY' A CO.. II4S Mkt 1 t- ARGAINS IN LODGING-HOUSES AND SA- -D 100ns: BS rooms $11 00: Saloon.. J 250 17 rooms 700|saioon 5 50 32 rooms 2.oolSaloon 600 la rooms 70U|Saloon. 1200 JoroomB 450.Salooii 2250 20 rooms llCOi Saloon.'. 2500 brooms 325|Sa!ocn ;iOOO Mm guars very best bargains ia city. J. W. GALEA- CO., 917 Mitrket -'. * LfIKST- CLASS SALOON; HANDSOME FIX- -T t'.irei; business corner; looglease: 2 rooms fur- id hed: mast be seen to be appreciated: owner leav- ing city, ill beaith. P.JONAS A Co.. 632 Market street. Je2l it* (-£ - -^ (, GOOD RELIABLE MAN WANTED AS x^OOVJ. partner In tirat-class oyster-saK'cn and restaurant; best locatioa in city; appoiatments ail f.rst-cliiss ln every respect; Urge trade; paying to each§looper month: owner first-class re.-tauraut mau: this is tbe beat bargain in the city for a good live eaergedc maa: offerea at this ri-jure for a few days ouly. See GEOR . E STEWART A SUN, 135 Kearuy st. 1 \\' AN I SMALL BAKERY AND YAKIEI'Y" »' sii-.re : state price and locality: no agents. Ad- dress Fakery. box 85. Call Branch Offlce, je2l .1* SO. INQUIRE 444 Third st. jeU4 7t» UINELY LOCATED HOTEL IN MANUFACTUR- Jx ing part of « Ity: rare chance; price ?3501i. Ad- dress Hotel, box 85, Call Rrauch Office. Je24 71* L-RUIT. CANDY AND CIGAR SiORE-CHEAP. X '21 Stockton st. je'_4 15t» C'l'.*^ FRUITSTAND — FIXTURES; HORSE '_ _.-._>. and wagon; must sen at once; leaving city. 2117 Mission st. je?4 3t* rpAILOB-SHOP FOS SALE APPLY CALL i- liranch Offlce. _________ ; .'4 _:* 13AKERY AND CONFECTIONERY; MUST SELL A-J account ol sickness. 127 Vi Fourth sL je'24 31* pOOD SALOON: NEK GOING EAST. AP- " J ply 525Va ausonie sl :no agents. Je24 3t» RANCH BAKERY FOR SALE 6i2 NINE- X > teeuth St.. cor. Jessie. je'_4 3;* yRUITSTORE FOR SALE, OK WOULD TAKE X partner. Apply Call Branca Office. je24 31* C- AND COFFEE SALOON FOR sale: account sickness. Call i____i_____ LOR SALE— SHOEMAKER SHOP AND LAUN- J dry office; also 4 rooms furnished for house- Keeping. 130 Oak st. Je24 4t» _ 1 .*, .ti SALOON; BEST LOCATION ON" OJI.L"' Market st.: wni clear easily $200 per mouth. EICHENLAUH. 759 Market st. je23 4t» _| p__n RESTAURANT. Al LOCATION; 0 1 ■•'"'. gcod business: will exchange for city real estate. J. LUNDIN, 235 Kearny, rm. 4. je23 4« •^'---"-ll BOARDING AND LODGING HOUSE IN •^Oc)''. East Oakland; 22 beds: really worth $700: •(•ti^ate: mass an 'offer. Particulars 1665 sau Pablo aye.. Oakland; no agents. je'2'.x :-:t £•-(.(}, GROCER .*. OLD CORNER; GOOD LO- <J* I * ''.cation: rooms for family; i^reat bargain. Particulars J. B. MIHAN, 622 Clay sL. rooms 1 and 2. |e«7t* /•IGAK-STORE lOR SALE: LIVING ROOK; YJ laundry pays rent. 305VJ Sixth st. '*___!___ Hi AND ICECRjSAM-STOBE; good location. Call Rranch Office. Je23 7t-» SINGER SEWING MACHINE WORTH $10 X fur 98. 22 Hal_bt st. je'2.i of Oil): partner — STEAD man-, light tj 1 1 —.O. business; 969 month, r. 2.705 Mkt _■< 7* I ABPENTER-SHOP FOB SALE CHEAP: FOO T- V- power saw. 334 Geary St. je23 If* lj UTCHER BUSINESS FOR SALE AT 31S THIRD XJ et.; owner to co East. Inquire on premises. 23 4* ALF OR WllOLE: GOOD SALOON; POOL table : rooms, etc. : no reasonable offer refused ; arcouat of sickness Apply 232 Plrst st. je23 3f* / - OOD-PATING SALOON FOR SALE. INQUIRE V. Call Uranch 1 _ je23 St* |, r.l (if\ SALOON— GOOD LOCATION; RENT # _ J '"'. $-0. Apply Call Er.uicti office. je23 3t» -_7i-A -WE SALE- FIRST-CLASS PRO TlS- t^ I . ton, produce and dalles store; long established and doing dally business of 810; spleu- Cld opening for lifetime: locatioa central: reut cheap: rooms for lamlly. Particulars D D. PROS., box 140, Call Rr_nc . office. Je23 7t*» U7' j BCITSTOB BARGAIN: MUST RE ■i> *O. sold: rent $8. P3O Howard St. je22 4t» liQf »fl A YOUNG LADY DESIRES A SOBER. OOUU. industrious man partner in paying cash office business : all profit and pays big: duties and houis are HghL 753 Market St.. room _ je. 21" -_T» 'IX PARTNER WANTED FIRST-CLASS ,*_ _U . cash offlce business, 'th enterprising young business man; controlling large trade; $80 to $100 a montb to each: no experience uecessary: duties light and BOS learned; no night or Sunday work. California Ku.L.ess Exchange, 425 Kearny etreet. Jc22 3t» "I)ARE CHANCE; OWING TO RAD HEALTH I J l will sell, at a low figure, my blacksmith and wa;o-i shop: it is in a good locality with a good run cf business; situated at the terminus or the two Itaes" of -.streetcars. Vor particulars ad- dress T. ii. ALLEN. Frnltvale. Alameda Co. Je22 3t 7 -ONFECTIONERY. CIGAR, NOTION STORE VJ at bargain. 102 Seventh St. je2-' 4t« WELL-ESTABLISHED GROCERY FOR SALE; *i price $-1500; low rent: flue store; good loca lion. For information write to N. H., box 140. Ca1l Branch Ofiue. 3e22 Si* /•ORNER BUILDING AND LONG LEASE," 1 VJ block from New City Hall, rents Tor 0160 per montb. for sale. Call or address 1624 Howard street. . 3 -2 It* C'ViXtl EOR SALE — A FIRST - CLASS >*.!.)' M..| ovster-hoiise0 vster-hoiise and restaurant; located on Market sL. in the very heart of the city; present owner retiring wealthy; a regular mint for the iljbt party. Address KcsuurauL box 100, ail Branch Offi. c. I-- 2 '-*- 3t CALOON-MCST BE SOLD AT ONCK. AD- -0 dress J. E. S.. 207 Secoud st. J__L__ TT" l PAYING FRUIT AND PRODUCE STALL »1 in one of tbe leading markets In city, doing a bulness with first- class people: clearing over $.00 f^r mouth: fine opportunity to the right man: sola lin account of Ili-ncaith. For particulars oddress Produce, box 49. this offlce. i£lL_i_ _ . "ri BRANCH BAKERY. NOTION, LAUN- i^il OVJ. dry office; living-rooms. 153I_nventh.7**' l/OR BALE-CONFECTIOSBBY DOING GOOD X business: good -ion. Apply 10 Hayes. 21 tt* AN. RESTAURANT-KEEPERS-FOU sale, one of tbe best and most prominent restau- = rants in tbe city, known as the Market-st. Restau- rant, 783 Market St.; reasons for selling; having other nuslte-s to attend to. I wlll positively sell *t a bargain. For iiriher particulars inquire of owner at restaurant, or 207 Mason st. ; none but principals need apply- _?_ -Li___ /.OFFEE SALOON AT A BARGAIN: GOOD VJ trade fine location and making money: .001 reasons for selling: full investigation desired: 1,0 agents. IPS Stockton st. I*}* » , i-se'tif\ GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORE Sd.ll/lj.ln connection with PosLdfice and steamship agency. Inquiry Bararia Brewery, cor. Scott and Greenwich sts. " •___: T-OITSALK-A bTboain; POPULAR HOTEL j'f 30 rooms, situated in one of the healthiest -»n_frv towns- 'price $1500: no ■_»«__^*«_ A^sVc W, M-.. Morris aye.. bet ******* Sixth sts . off Bryoa*. 17 34t . TnAMILY LIQUOR-STORE; $1600: GREAT 1^ bargain: must change hands on account of nuex- pected* circumstances* For particulars appU «*. Sacramento sL ____— '" "---"--Tim IP TOCNG MAN, GOOD REPUTATION Myable oil time .can enter K^P*^^^ Surv te - -\'w„ pOUTE FOR BALE ON MORNINO rArx^JLT- JV ply »40 Bryant st. myl " t - --7^ i^7j^T^i>n^rcii.HousE : UOODBt|SI. _. ucss; a bargain. 22. Spear st. Je2o 7t C L'SINKSS < 11 AXCKS-rOXTIM'IT). C 5.,.,-1 BRANCH bAKERY, STATIONERY. •iT'-'sJ" '• variety store; full value stuck* pail -t business. MCLAUGHLIN. 26'.^ Kearny. * " fi! i Klo BUTCHER: MARKET ON - PRINCI- -■_, I J CO', r.i street: largo cash trade. For par- tlcula-. see McLAUGIILIN * CO . ttjiAj KeirnysL* •<-l~\.i> --:-">' BARGAIN 11 SOLD IMME- x^ioxr. diately: full value in stock. McLAl'uil- LIN a CO.. 26 L^ Kearuy. i t . ___-->0 Ca:n W', KKCRRAM and station- Hujhlad-u. Mc 5.f--)0 LADI ES'AND OENTS* FURNISHING : QUO VJ . bargain. McLAUGHLIN.26.fr Kearny.* _.5()(> .^^'EEAND CiIOPHOUSE: PAYING . tJKJK '- business. McLAUGIILIN. 23^ Kearuy." S-lfSfl KKSTAURANT; BARGAIN; THIS DAT. vZfvJQVJ^ Mclaughlin, 2d Keamy st. joga 3t« 5.900-1 LIQWOR-STORE-HUSINESS PART lin.n.;.' of lhe cUv : paving business. Mo* LAUGH LIN & CO.. 26 Kearuy st. feU tt Q 1 000 ,JEST RESTAURANT IN CITY; GuOD if VUVJ - business*, must be sold for cash or in- stallments for (aw days only*, owner has 2 places. Mi 1. .1 ..Hi. IN, auy, Kearny su je22 4t« LOF -LB an OLD-ESTABLISHED WHOLE- a saleltiiuor store; stock, fixtures, good-will, etc. For particulars apply to M. DBNAVEI . Tnistee. 60*2 Jackson sL. cor, sansome. SanFra iclace.]2l lot / It MMM BOOT AND~SUOE STORE; RARE v^_chance ; _l9B3 San Pablo ay.. Oakland. je_l 7t* Hot 12 ROOMS A BARG a7_7 PARTICU- Iars 915 Market at.. G. F. OCHS. je2t 7t* I arc: SALOON FOR SALE - 3 BILLIARD A J tables; well sleeked; good location. Apply Call Branch Ofßre. je'2'2 7t* STORK — FINE CORNER; 1 LOOM AT- . tached: clearing $150 month: must si*ll oi ac count other business, lmjulre 41 Turk St. je!B 7t» 1 RANCH BAKERY. VARIETY AND NOTION 1 * business; 4 living-rooms: Bplendidly located fur business. Apply 423 Fourth st. JelS7t* iiM'ii r.i FOR SALE. T7IURNITURE 7 RO(T>--r^_3orTl_A_rTtrTi^ - ct -eap. 426 Devisadero st. je2 4 3t* Hi UNI HE. SEWING MA- cbl D c etc.. for sale. 1: f 1 5 .•. Webster. je22 3t* . ffi.l_._l FURNITURE OF 4-ROOM FLAT FOX «- I^'U- housekeeping. 5-1 Stevenson st. 2$ lit" i'OOD CHANCE— IURNITUKE 4 ROOMS FOR VI sale at a sacrifice at 40 Morris aye., bet. Har- rison and Bryant sts. jel9 7t* UOK SALE-FURNITURE OF 6 ROOM- 774 A Stevensou sL.near Ninth. jel97t* pOL'NTRY BUYERS WISHING SECOND-HAND V > furniture or carpets . 1 reduced prices; s.it s'.io- tlon or money refunded ishlpped free.773Market.ly GOOD CHANCE— YOUR HOUSE FURNISHED ' I plate wlta furniture, carpets, stores, cur- tains. blsnk^t3, pictures and mirrors at cash prices, on easy Installments; small deposit. M. FRIED MAN a CO . largest Installment house on the coast, 228-330 Stockton St., 2.17 Post; open evenings; 1 r..u:; i atteution pa. 1 to country orders. 1 tf C. I A BKD-RI OM OF 7 PIECES AT NEW- t| Lt. MAN BROS.. 117 Sixth st. Jy29 l__i VOTICE-I AM NOW* AT 123 FOURTH NEW _-> building), and offer a large stock of general household furniture at reduced price. 600 carpets, coed as new; stoves, $6; antique chamber suit-, .15: parlor suits, $25; cash or installments: all at bedrock prices. T. H. NELSON. 126 Fourth st. Ol tl VW CHAM UEB SETS (IK 7 PIECES. $15 CASH, X> crlusiailment. WILLEY BROS. 331 Mission, tf «-AHP- TS. NT EW LINE URUSSELS CARPET 60c. SLWED lx a D d laid; heavy flo-r*oilcl(»th. VSc; elegant liuo.'euin. 50c. B. W. SHIRES. 12.51 Sto ktou St.; special attention to country orders. mrl? 6m pARPKTS - CLE-_NF_. AN D LAID. ALExT V> WHILDEN, 2-lt'O Ueary st.; telephone 40»3; t. rpets Insured while iv my care. my 18 3m ? \AE PETS— SMITH'S BRUSSELS, «5c A YARD- V installment price elsewhere $1 ayd. M. FRIED- MAN A CO.. ■."..'. -230 Stockton, and -.'ll7 post It tf r.UU'IT i ELAM SO. pAT-TT_r*rTu-_-n:iS^ IlliLV-OrsT^^PER V. yard. California Carpet lieatlng and Ronovatrig Works 23 Jessie St.. telephone 5534. my2s tf p_pJF_TS — DOWN GO THE PRICES; THE v. cheapest place to get your carpets cleaned ls STKATTON'- . 453 Stevenson st.: tel. 322.5. 21 tt / •ARPET-CLEAMN'iI. 3 CENTS PER YARD. AT V j MITCHELL'S. 236 Fourteenth sL mr 23 tf pli Y STEAM CARPET BEATING AND RKNO- V 7 vatiu^ Works. 38-40 Eighth sL; telephone -250. inrl tt p ARPE TS THOROUGHLY - CLEANSED AN D 1 . ' renovated lame as new. S. _ -ERGCBON A CO.. 23 Tenth st: telephone 3036. Itf pONKLIVS CARPET-HEATING WORKS 333 Vj ». olden Gate aye. : telephone 2126. fe2l tf SFALLOI. 1, 3 PIONEER r-BKATI__i" 0 Works da the Lest work. 353 to 357 Tehamast.: telephone l-.o;u. mrl9 tf PIANO-. » lill.l AM) Bit KET MUSIC. G~~l_i7-__-_T-^-t?OM?EK • GRAND PIANO, NEW ; will be sold at a sacrifice: also a consignment , of new and second-hand pianos at .real bargains. XV. li. BADGER, 725 Market st. je'23 7t YEW GRAND UPRIGHT PIANO COST $475. ' -_\ will be sold f.ir $200 to close luvuic- Vf. G. EAOGER. 725 Market st. ]e23 7t tl PIANO. v. OODWOR 1 H A X AHovon makers; price $100. W. U. BADGES, 725 Mar.et st. je237t C! A SONS PIANO: costsl4'JO; wiii besoid for less than ball Its cost. XV. v. BADGER. 725 Market sf. je23 7t LEGANTUPKIUH T PIANO. CHEAP. INQUIRE Palace Hotel, sixth Hoor. room 613. je23 It* "L'ISCHEK GRAND PIANO AT A SACRIFICE. r call between 1 and 4. 100- I'acitic st. j-2 2 7t* FEGA.NT NEW $600 PIANO IN STORAGE; must sell; no reasonable offer refused. Address 13 Market st. niy3o tf I O YOL' WANT A PIANO T IPSO SEE WHAT 1' we are offering f or $297, as it will pay you. P. EN J. CCRTAZ .v SON. 20 O'Farreli st. myJS tf _ «OOD SECOND-HAND PIANOS FROM - 100 UP- VI ward at CCRTAZ A* SON'S. my,* tt I IECKER A SON PIANOS, LEADING. 1) SCHAEFFER piauoi. medium prices. 10-cent sheet music. ■ At MAUVAIS', 769 Marketst.. S. F. an 22 tf A LOT OF SECOND-HAND SQUARE PIANOS; ..'V fine condition: at a sacridca KOHLER A CHASE. 28 O'Farreil SL Dj*_!-_t IT OB LER* CHASE ltd. 28 AND 30 • -RBKLL XV st: ieadii g pianos and organs; oldest mailo- bouse: largest s'.oc . : easy terms: low prices. ap*iJ:f QTECK, CHICKERING A- SONS. YOSE AND 0 other pianos sold on $.0 installment*. KEN. I. CUE! IE A SON. sole agents. 20 O'Farreli sL ap3 tf II ALLET _ DAYIS AND KIMRALL PIANO ANO XX Or. Agency. W. G. BADGER. 725 M irset. tf favorite: BROS.' PIANOS; THE ATRISTS* /' favorite; an elegant Invoice juu received: cad and examine. F. W. SPENCER A CO.. Pacific Coast agents, 723 Marke: sl, second floor. mr4 tf 1 OT OF UPRIGHT AND SQUARE PIANOS J J from $75 up; organs from $25 up; bargains. F. %*• SPENCER * CO.. 723 Market St.. socoud floor. ___£___-__ I)YRON MAI I AGENT SOHMER. NEWBY l) and Evans pianos gtfg Pest St. ja27 tf l ' L. NEUMANN PIANOS; FIRST-CLASS IN X . tone and workmanshlq 82 Ninth st. no 7 tf HORSES. TTjT7HjSrV.AOT7.fO. Y. si !.!. 1 B TBADE X bo rses. wagon*, buggies, carts harness, etc.. go tv Graud Arcade Horse Marker. 327 Sixth st. Auc- tion sale uext Wednesday at 11 a. _ Satisfactory trials given: the squarest horse-dealing establish- ment on the coast. SULLIVAN & DOYLE, proprle- tors. S. WATKINS. auctioneer. my! 7 tf /-(ENTENNTAL STABLES-CaRRIAGES. ROCK- V. awsvs. victorias, buggies, etc. ; 1621 California et.. bet l.ar.ln and Pols; telephone dox. M. CoN- LQv. proprietor. mrl3tf WAGON. \-:> I'ARKI AGES; TT "TOP WAGON. BUSUf ESS RUG- gles. wagous. cheap. 1140 Polsom. je23 7t« l) NEW MILK-WAiiON'S; 3 CANS WIDE: i BAB- -j gain. 956 Harrison sL j e22 7t* 1 IGHT 2-SEATED AND PEDDLING WAGON; J- cheap. 1114 Harrison sL, near Seventh, jel- tf - venth. jeiP U 1 SECOND-HAND EXPRESS WAGON AT 24 1 lieale sL _■ W. - i - p. .ijs.ii. teUtf FOX SALE MISt ELLA EOT. S. KITCHEN WARE AND BED BOOM CROCKERY: nearly new: cbcaiu Inquire 357 .-j Mlunast. « 1 ok SALE VERY CHEAP-OFFICE FURNT- T ture; 2 desks and table with some lawbooks; lounge and cbalrs. Apily at 323 Kearny St., room 13. je23 3f /"•ASES- CHEAP; ALL SIZES. JONES, 757 V - Miss-en sr. J• - 3 St* I -OB BALK, CHEAP. X Three bouses, to be removed; NW. cor. Hives and Octavia &U. JelS tf I fV SHARES GORDON 11.' HARD AND VINE- -1 vj yard Co's stock: located at llanf ord, cai.; mar- ket value $440; will sacrifice r ■ >r cash or exchange for city property. Address box 49, Golden Hate, Cal. Jell l> AND-SAW, PLANER, LATHES, 1.H., AT TOY AJ Factory. Sixteenth St.. uear ilarrlsoa. Jeg lm* S AIE, scale! LETTER-PR ESS, STORE-TRUCK and money-till: cheap 102 Clay st. a 7 it__ SECOND-HAND BOILERS, ENGINES, PUMPS, shafting, pulleys, belling, water pipes, etc. Ctt If Mcintosh a wolpsian. Ist Bealo st SBEPARD'S FOOT AND POWER LATHES planers, c.n 11-nrt>sses. 6W7 Missions'- re'llil DENTISTS. C"^~OLTON D--_Vl^i7asSoHatTT_^ Bt. DB. CHARLES XV. DECKER. jeS tl R.U. RM'iRTON JR.. DENTIST, 318 KEARNY St.. S. I- . Ilourg-9-12 a. it., 1-5. 7-8 i*. m. Jel 3m DR. H. O. iOUNO-EXTRA CTION PAINLESS; plate-work, bridge-work, teeth without plates, a specialty. 1841 Foils st. my 14 tt AJO PAIN— EXTRACTING OS TEETH MADE .> easy, 50c and $1 ; artificial teeth fiomi*s; fill- ing from $1. CROOME Dental Association. 759 Mark<- St., beL Third and Fourth. ap!2 tf Tip. REA. 823 MARKET, EXT. TEETH 50c; 1 / with gas $1; fillings low; open evenings ja3 tf I FiEK DENTAL COLLEGE: CHARGES ONLY Ij for material n«ed. Room 107. 1170 Market, j 3 tt A NY~CHILI) KNOWS GAS IsllAN U EItOUS: by my wonderful secret local application ii the gums any tooth may be extracted or fllle J painlessly; nine first prizes awarded me for finest fillings, plate and bridge work; office open evo-i- -ingsaad Sundays. DR. O. W. LEEK. 8 O'Karrell. tf _ - a SKI FOR 111. Ill; WARRANTED Ai Bl good as can be made; tilling $1. 08. SIMMS, dentist, ..to Marketst., next Baldwin Theater. oeltf . _ - SET; REPAIRING $11: FILLING $1 IEXPU. C I painless. soc. DR. ( a. FERRY, 8 Mason, mitt DIL A. LCDLLM HILL, 1443 MARKETST., NEAR XJ Eleventh: no charge for extracting when plates are made: old pisses made over use new; teeto from $8 per set; extracting 600; gas given. 4.: DX C. H. WILSON, DENTIST,! 921 MARKB- «t. bet. Filth and Smth. odd. Mason. delStf MONEY TO LOAN. ABA RB EL OF MONE V OS I^T~OiT_dl_Oßt" gage; 6 percent; BO delay .1. L.,41 O'Fsrrell.ly I*B ON REAL ESTATE. NOTES. MERCHAN J disc. JOHN S BOWMAN. 33I Kearny. R. 1 2 17 tf MONEY LOANED FRO it $1 UPWARD AT Security Loaa Bonk, 1100 Market st.,nr. Masoa: srlvate entrance 7 lurk. N.J, FRAN KLIN SCO- ATTOK- KIS-AT-LAW. A^^TrVTC-rFKEE ON ALL LEGAL MATTEItsTTT W. HOWE A CO.. atl'i s:.t 1aw.850 Martlet. tf KA. CROTUERs! ATTORN EY-AT-LAW. d) . Ciaysh » ao3 tt W W. DATIDSON. ATIORNE--AT-LAW. 11l .CaUferulasu Rooms 14-16; advice tree, li.: THE MORNING CALL, SAN FRANCISCO, FRIDAY, JUNE 24, 1892-EIGHT PAGES. . ITY REAL ESTATE. A-jCAFEE. BALDWIN A HAMMOND, " REAL ESTATE AGENTS AND AUCTIONEERS, 10 MONTGOMERY STREET. Telephone No. 599. rOTRERO LOTS. $10 per month— l 2 choice building lots-. Texas St., near Yolo: within 15 minutes' walk of the Union Iron Works, rolling-mill, sugar refinery, and only a few blocks from Kentucky st. : 100 other lots in this locality ranging in mice from $350 to $501) each. on terms to suiL $500 each— 29 lots on De Haro ana Nevada s*s., only 4 ller.s from Potrero-ave cars; $650 each for choice lots lv tbe same block on Rhode Island St.: streets graded, sewered and macadamizrd up to tbe Hue of this property: terms to suit purchasers. RICHMOND LOTS AND BLOCKS. $1 . .000-1 nil half block; 120x600, facing Golden Gate Park; only a few blocks from the proposed new salt-water take and baths in Golden Gate lark. $176-I— Cor. .th aye. and C st. ; size 25x115; ouly 1 block from olden (late lark. $2000— Business lot on 7th aye., about 200 feet ___■ Golden ate Park, bet. c and D sta MISSION AND SUBURBAN LOTS. .500 to $»'•( each— Some very desirable lots In the Fair nt Tract, accessible by electric road: for sale on easy terms. $050 to #750— some cheap lots In Holly- Park Tract, only a few blocks from terminus of Mlsston- s.oo eacb-2 lots, each 25x116: Eureka st., near list; very cheap; street work (lone. $1200 earn— Cast! Heights: 17 superb lets on Hill St.. bet. Noe and Sanchez: . 'eel. work all done; fine view; eai) 1 block from cable-cars; easy terms. BUILDING LOTS FOR BUSINESS AND RESI- DENCE PURPOSES. NW. cor. California nod Jones sts., 225x137:8, for sale as a whole or Iv lots to suit : the Crown of Nob Hill; elegant residences rounding. .3250— Offer wanted: .sunny lot on N. side ot Ertiith: st., uear Lyoii; size 25x100. .000 each— Ilea.. bargains: 3 of the cheapest lota in s..n From 34:4^x137:6; Union St., bet. Scott and v isadero ; cable c..is In froi.t; street sewered: unobstructed marina view*, adjoin- ing properly held 30 per cent higher than this. $3500 cadi— Marina-slaw lots on Devisadero St., beL Greeu and 1 alon: 34x103 feet. $4500—2 choice lots on Green St., uearDevtsa- ci tv; unobstructed marine view. Cll, ooo— A choice NW. curlier; Vallejo and Scott Sts. : unobstructed marine view. S3lOO- Ciay st., -uunv side, uear Baker; 2 choice lots; 25x105. $ISOO each— -ITU St., near Yicksburg; 2 choice lots; Till. .4125— California st . near Devisadero; 27;6x 1-7:6: street work done, $3250— Page sL, - mni side, near Broderlck; 25x 100. $17,500— NE. cor. Broadway and Leg ma; unob- structed marina view; will entertain a reasonable effer; a choice location for a gentleman's hew?; size 50x137:6. $11 60 «acfc— Hugo St., bet. 2a ard ltd ayes. ; half block from Goldeu Gate Fart and one block from terminus of Frekerick-st. cable road. RESIDENCES IN ALL PARTS OF THE CITY. ■"" $22,500— Elegant 16 room house: 1.1 modem con- veniences; suuny side of Halght st . near Lagaaa; it 45:Cx120 to Rose aye.: bouse alone Cost $15,- -000 to 1 i.i.... I. Her wanted. 10,000— McAllister St., near Fierce 2 story bouse of 10 rooms aud bath; select neighborhood; lot 25x100. .6500— Lagnnn, aear Pad be aye.; 2-story home of . rooms; stable for 3 borses in rear; lot 25 X 137:6. $16,000- Sacramento, near L_giina: substantial residence; 10 rooms and bath: lot 34 :4V2*;127:8 l .10,000— Asbbury Heights; very attractive resi- dence of 9 rcoms and bath: on ..slit St., near Waller; lot 25x186:3; through to Tremont aye, $11,500— Goulca Cafe nve.. near Meiner; 12-room residence; lot 30x137:6. .8000— a great bargain: California -.. bet. Hyde and Lai'Kiu: residence of 11 rooms ami bath; there Is a mortgage of fSSCO on this property: lot 27:6 x 137:6: rea iii! v won h .9500. -McAllister, near Stanyan: cotta*-* or 7 rooms and bath: brick foundation,' Stone sidewalk; line view; lot 25x96: easy terms. . 3500— Resld-hce st Ocean View; convenient to electric road | rommotatton tickets f 3 per month on Southern Pacific trains; new 2-story house. 6 rouius ai.d bulb ; carriage bouse, large .ir.icii. n:ic cypress bediie: only $i2oocash: lot 1.10 J. $5000— i'olnt Lobos avo.. near Fourth: residence of 7 ri'oins and bath: lot 24:4 x 100. IN VESTMENTS DOWNTOWN AND ELSEWHERE :* 17,500— Rents $1380 per year; substantia! bnild- ing, neariy new : 3 flats of 7 rooms eacr.; Hayes St., bet. Webster and Fillmore; lot 35x137 :6. $30,01)0— Rents 92400 per year; 3-story frame bnilding, new; Howard St., Dear 4th; uuder lease; lot 25x80. $45, UOO— Geary St., near Grant aye. : reel $2100 per year: can bs increased on explrotl of present lensp. which has about 1 year to run. .17.000— Elns-st. Investment, near Hyde: rents : $1300 per ..mi; good improvements; growing to - be business property v .ry fast; lot 27 : tixl .7:0. $32,500— Maybe less; offer wanted; rents $2500 : per year; under lease 5 years, rent Increasing an- ' niiaiiy: last year of lease will be $3000: lease ex- ; plres.u'y 1. 1S?7: 3-story brick building: Callfor- I nla St.. ur Kearny; tenant makes ail repairs; one of i the best income properties In the city. «65.000-Rents $4SiO per annum; res :-st. cor- ner; first-class improvements; lot 40x60; ouly a few blocks from L'nlon square. $22,500— Rents .2300 ..it r annum: something choice: near the new I'.rh**ii-.iaa Club building to be erected on Batter and Ma*o_ sts.; 3-story building; never vacant: lot 25*(87:6. $M 6 (" Roots 27i'0 per annum: downtown in- vestment: oo O'Farreli at ; 3-story building; store and loilgmg- b (• use; lot 25x57:6. MCAFEE, BALDWIN Jl HAMMOND. 10 Mont- gomery st. jel9 SuW'el'r MCALESTEB* Hi *! AIIAN. REAL ESTATE AGENTS AND INSURANCE- BROKERS, 3 MONTGOMERY si . ~N EAR MARKET. BUILDING LOTS SOUTH OF THE PARK. $550. INSTALLMENTS. BEAUTIFUL MARINE AND PARK VIEW. On the electric road. 1 8 ih aye., bet. M and N sts.; on the line of Strawberry Hill and the new lake: $100 rash; balance $20 monthly meats; graded: fenced: size 25x120. my 25 tf WeFr S onr j EACH TO-DAY ONLY; 6 LOTS ON ii, OoUiurit St., near Stanyan; . froutig.s. MESON A CARR, 18 Pout St. __^ 1_ s_ 1 s.i ,n LOT 23*1-4: MOUSE 3 ItOt'MS. 1 -'29 ig IOUU. 25th St.. near Dolores. je24 7t* 1 ARGE COR.: RICBMOND; L 3 CASH: VERY J -cheap; mustsell. H2i fl German 1 St. |24 2t*» 1> FTDAI!!.. J->. Real Estate Agent. S24V- Montgomery -treet. :; ■ ■■■■■ - - •..'..:,: . The Postoffice will be at 7th and Mission sts.: this assures tne future of Mission st.: we are odering for a short time only 60x122:6 on silssii.ii St.. with well built 2-sti.ry house, 8 romus and bath, for less :...i:i the grouad ls wortU: ask us about this. $4000-50:10x114; cor. 36th and Casfosts. $3800-20x70: Jessie st.. near $th; front and rear bouses; rent $39; always rented. I!. F. HAUL. Jel9 SnFr 324 '.fr Montgomery streeL Q_ 1 l\i\(\ CASH - RESIDENCE OF 8 ROOMS c^T 1 UID 1 and bath: Western Addition; fine marine view; balance !?70.0 at 7 per cent. $1600— Hou.se and let of 6 rooms; Mission. *&• I"* "i. Cst, near -'lib <*ye.; 25x100. 6560— UxlM; next ( aii.'ornia-st. depot on 20th avenue. $275—25x120; -'2d aye, near electric road. $275—25x120: third block from tbe beach. w* I C.. 25x120; second block from electric road. : C I < O. CjlOX -sil-0. Knox st.; Vniversity Home- •_ I -.-1. stead. Good exchanges offered in city and country orop- erty. T. L. ORR A CO.. 11 2 Montgomery sLSu TuFr /"-BEAT BARGAIN: ' $2350: ALMOST NEW x l ii .use ou Eureka >:., near Twenty-first; 5 rooms ar.d bath; modern Improvements: lot 25x125; good neighborhood: fine View; $200. can rem.ln ou mortgage I* desired. Apply A. T. GREEN, 413 Montgomery st. jn2 3 3t L: ix Lilr AI • -OH CASH. J Apply 101-2 Market st. 24 st* Q'lllO $3OO— LOTS FOR CHICKEN AND •./•D" milk ranches, flower and vegetable gardens of all sizes in K.i pans of the outskirts of thecity: will sell for cash' M on easy payments from $5 to $15 per month; bo trouble to show- property; par- ties who have large tracts of land In the outskirts of the city for sale i':..! .-re willing to sell the sam. reasonable, cau always lad a cash buyer by calling to S. HL'CAS. 11 Montgomery sL my 29 las HARE CHANCE; OWNER DEPARTING; 2. story' hous"; 11 rooms suitable for hotel . bath and stable: 2 lot', 51:2x114; title perfecL Appiy 128 29th st. je22 lin . •')'. l\ LOT 25x100 AT STATION IN BERK- •jM-Ovr. eley: $10 cash; .*5 monthly. $125— Lot 40x135. on railroad, with creek: $5 rash; $3 monthly. . 10— Lot 15x100; high an 1 dry. $25 monthly— Cottage 4 rooms: bay-win .ow. CHAS. A. BAILEY. owner. 20 Montgomery St. j2ltf Q'i|i||i| NEW COTTAGES, 5 ROOMS AND tjp OU Vjvj. both: go stove sidewalks, etc.: itna i cash payment: balance, terms tosult. Purchaser,- 24th sL, near Douglass. Je2l 6t» -_9Qfl-l '-' COTTAGES ON NOE ST.. BET . —OVJVf. •..'ith and 'Jtftli; also one .-room and ' two 7-room bouses on Castro St., bet. 35th and 26th - on very easy terms, by F. NELSON, bunder, 1520 '-sth st. jeft tf 1. ARE OPPORTUNITY — ABOOT 30 ACRES tv choice level land within 2 miles depot; Vi mile school: Contra Costa County; all in choice bearing fruit and vines; plenty water; will sell or exchange lor city or Oakland property. Address C. B. F., Glrard House, r. 5. Washington st., Oak lane. 10 15t» DO TOO WANT PROPERTY. (ITT OB (CJ..- try, In the prettiest valley of tie state? Apply , to Napa Land Co., Napa, COL. lor list «( proper- I tits. . et'2_ U 'I 0 EXCHANGE FOR DE INCUMBERED CITY | 1 or across the bay realty— One-fourth Interest in . bark of 937 tons bringing In a good Income: value 93600 Address Bark, box 45, Call Office. p>!7 15t* NEW All ACTIVE COTTAGES: 6 BOOM ». .1 bath: between 3 elf • trie Hues now in course of construction; lot 25x100. Hampshire st.. bet. ID th and 20th. j 2 i 7 1 * 51A Sl EINER, NEAR McALLISTER-ELE- • ' IV 1 ga* house and loca'ity: easy terms; e.ain- lne it: key on premises. 1. ANDKRSOS.buirder.22s« * WEEK'S NEWS 6 CENTS-THE WEEKLT rt Call. In wrapper, reailv for malllnq*. SUMMER RESORTS. Bill. LAKE- li" i 1 1 . LAKE OOU- ?_ I> dor now management aud extensively Improved; the Switzerland ol America; 1500 teet above sea; excellent bunting, fishing, boating and bathing; scenery grand and romantic: excellent French cooking; excursions to all points of lute-. »t In county; rail to l ki. h. theuee stage direct to hotel; terms reasonable. MODRYA, 11 1.l N AN, props., Bertha Fostofflce, Lake County. Cal. ap'.' . 3iu pRAND HOTEL. DUNCAN MILLS-POPULAR v. summer resort; elegant rooms; climate; fish- ing, boating, scenery, drive*, forest rambles; send for circulars ; $7 to $10 per week and special rates to families. C. BERRY, proprietor. je7 cod tf 5 ARAISO SPRINGS. MONTEREY COUNTY, J- Cai.— Season ot 1892.— New cottages, newly fur- nished; new bath. facilities; thorough reuova- tlon: same management as for past 6 j- ears; train Third and Tow. i sts., 8:15 a.m. E. a. FOS- TER, proprietor. ap2s 2m ILL A LAS LOMAS; HEALTH ANI) PLEASURE v resort; beautifully situated In the Santa Cms Mountains, MV, miles from Santa Cruz: send for circular. AD ZILLMER A SON, Santa Cruz, ml', tr VfAPA SODA SPRINGS, LOCATED ON MOI N xx tain side. 5 miles northeast of Nap i, 1000 feet ' above tbe Napa Valley; hot and cold Napa sola- water baths: accommodations first class: "burros" tor children to ride; telephone and postofflce; terms $15 per week, j ANDREW JACKSON, pro- prietor; ■ my 7 2m KESORTS. SPRINGS AND HOTELS OF THS Pacific Coast, with rates, location, etc., ouo- llshed la the Eotel Guide. 100 pages. For sale by newsdealers, or send 25c In stamps to W. M. PAT- TERSON. pu/ilisber. 310 Post m .. S. p. mrl it FINANCIAL. AT KEARNY. BOOM 9. You CAN BORROW money at low rales: private rooms lor ladles; pledges for sale; take elevator. -. mrltt '." AN FRANCISCO COLLATERAL LOAN HANK. $88 Eearny al., the only corporation that leads -ksaey dlamoads. oratches; low latere*. oeA.C OAKLAND REAL KSTATE. — _—_ $1 PER WEEK I $1 TER WEEK ! $1 PER WEEK! ALL THIS WEEK! ~ LAST WEEK AT $1 PER WEEK AN OPPORTUNITY OF YOUR LIFETIME IHE GRANDEST OFFER EVER MADE TO* THE PUBLIC COMPETITION COMPELS US TO MAKE THIS OFFER BUT FOR ONE WEEK ONLY. WORKINGMEN READ THIS ADVERTISEMENT. YOUNG MEN AND YOUNG LADIES WHO ARE EARNING MONEY. STOP, READ AND THINK. DO YOU WANT TO MAKE z_z A SOLID INVESTMENT IN RE vl. 1 Si ATET -A \ I $1 OR 81 PER WEEK? IF SO. BEAI) THE OPPORTUNITY THAT IS OFFERED TO YOU. WE GIVE "i"L SOLID FACTS FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED. .OUR SPECIAL OFFER FOR Till WEEK ONLY". 100 LOTS IN THE ELM EST TRACT, $160 TO $200 EACH. WITHIN 15 MINUTES OF BROADWAY, OAK- LAN D. 50 MINI TO SAN FRANCISCO. OUR .FECIAL TERMS FOR THIS WEEK. ONLY $1 (ASH, BALANCE 91 FEB WEEK, WITH LOW RATE OF INTEREST. CALL AT OCR OFFICE AND GO TO-DAY AND SEE Tills PROPERTY. WUY NOT SAVE $1 OR $2 PER WEEK. And make a solid investment in lots that are more than worth doable their present valuation, and will double In price before you rbave them paid for. HOURLY 'I RAINS TO ELM li l BST. WILL DOUBLE THE VALUE OF EVERT LOT- IT I- SURE TO COME. Take advantage of the first oil:r'.» f in the first sub- division ever made at ELMIIURST! ELMHURST! ELMHURST 1 TOU WILL NEVER REGRET ITI REMEMBER 111-- WEEK ONLY I LAST WEES AT #1 PER WEEK I Parties la the interior can remit to us anion:. of 1 ay metits by P. O. order, postage stamps or Wells-Fargo Express. THE STI'.Ms ARE BEING GRADED. EVERY LOT AND BLOCK 13 SURVEYED STAKED AND NUMBERED. Every lot Is ready to build upon without a single dollar of expense to the purchaser. 1 1 .in leave li.mii 1 upon The train. Toucan leave Fruitvale or Seventh st. and Broadway upon the local train, and we wlll go over to San Fran- cisco upon the same boat. 1.1 MM' p.sr I ..Mil' RST I I.Mltl I The elevation of ELMHLTiST IS FROM -0 TO 25 FEET HIGHER THAN 1 111 I I VALE. MELROSE OR MILLS SEMINARY STATIONS. -■ " ' ■ ■ ELMIIURST STATION OF THE C. P. R. R. IS UPON THE TRACT. The Elmburst Tract Is the first subdivision made at this station. -> OVER 41) LOTS SOLD LAST WEEK THIS SPECIAL OFFER Is made to bring Elntharsl berore the public. If you are looking lor an investment you will regret if you do not buy under this present offering at Elm- hurst. = THINK OF IT, ONLY $1 DOWN; BALANCE $1 A WEI I EI.MHCr.ST TRACT IS ONLY A FEW MINUTES' WALK FROM THE ELECTRIC ROAD. We say, without any exception, there is no other tract along this line of road that offers to yon the inducements thai Elmhurit does to save a few dol- lars and make an Investment where it will double tn value and the Investment be as solid as bank stock. During the past week, over 40 lots have been sold In Elmhurst, mostly to people wbo are large pro 1 erty-owners, and who express themselves In the highest words of praise as to the future of Elm hurst. $0" Call at our office, where you can receive full information, map snowing location, etc. Address all communications to the owner, J. W. LAYSIANCE Or to M. ,T. LAYMANCE A CO., 466 Eighth st., Oakland. Cal. . jell* 7t OAKLAND REAL ESTITK. *»- 1 "-HII GOOD LOT AND (.ROOM HOUSE; w * OVJVJ. 82100-30-foot lot, 5 room house: $3000— 50-foot lot: 5 rooms and batb: all first-class locations: Alameda. Oakland ar.d Sau Francisco property; to exchange for outside liuds; furnished- and unfurnished house: rooms for rent, with or without loud. MRS. I. 11. CHANDLER, 1329 Park sL. Masonic building, Alamed.i. je'2'2 tf I -ACRE LOTS. BOTEB TRACT. Situated on the Redwood road, near Fruitvale aye. and San Leandro electric grand oppor- tunity tor a safe speculation; this property can be cut into lots and sold at once; one of the finest home sites In Alameda Couuty. A. 11. BREED 8 CO., _3_B_f 460 Ninth St., Oakland. DTONE TRACT. STONE TRACT. Situated directly on the San Lenndro electric road: lots 60x150 : grand avenue 100 feet wide: entire tract covered With trult trees In assorted varieties: many beautiful roiia.es now building; for maps and information call on A. H. BREED A Co.. 460 Ninth SL. Oakland. 19 tf A <-'•'» TRACT! ACRE TRACT! Now is your chance. Why buy a small lot when you (■;,, yet an acre? Apply RUSSELL & PRESSER, Twenty-third aye. station. East Oak- load, Jel2 lm LINE BUILDING LOT.VSxIOO; HALF A BLOCK 1 from Telegranh-ave. electric road, near 4010 st ; will exchange for furniture. Address box 4., Golden G.ue. JelO tf ST fifl TO $75d-LOCS ONE BLOCK OFF •. MMI Broadway, onr business street: cauie passes in front of Iota; electric lights; electric road '. block-.; stiects tnacadai entire instance to postoffice. and only five minutes' ride; city water: .as: ahaile trees on every lot. SALHIJIRV <_ CAMFBELi- 480 . lath St.. Oakland. je2 tf fi;')*'.*- LARGE LOTS IN FRUITVALE AND C OAtO . San Leandro' Road Tract: near Fruitvale iltatlon. 11. XV. DAMS. 465 9th, Oakland. jeltf tf I I an WARDS. II 5 acres just outside city limits; *_M acres In fruit; bouse, bar i, chicken-houses: $2750. '-'•■, acres:. mostly in fruit, full bearing; facing '2 Streets; good bouse and barn; line view; $3)00. 12 acres la Haywards; 10 acres la full-bearing fruit; good house 7 rooms, barn and chii ken-yard; (routing 2 streets; grand view: $10.0 per acre; a positive bargain. 14i._. acres '_ miles from Haywards: 100 fruit trees, 500 vines; bouse, barn, wen and run I. ing stream through the place; fine soil $4000. For further particular- call on oraddr;ss P. WTLRERT, Ha wards Cat j 91 4t * WEBB'S Kn !ts CENTS— WEEKLY '"X Call, tn wrapper, ready for raalllntr. OAKLAND Mii.MITKE roll SALE. Ik p CTtN VT ritr. yot: want i;ood ami CREAP i see ii. lILLLI' AAS. 408 Eleventh sl (led if cod ALABEU- KKAL . -TATE. BARGAINS IN i» INSTALLMENT HO.M. $2-100— $i.*»o $20 per month; beautiful new cottage; near or. ml .it. station (modern improve- ments). $2250-$l5O cash. $20 per month; new cottage: Ea cle ave. (modern improvements). $2400— 5250 cash. $25 per month; 5-room cottage (new), ear station (all modern improvements). $2750— 5250 cash, $25 per month; ina-iilfitent new eottaj-e, 88x117, Just finished: near school ami Station; all natural finish. $4000— On Schiller hi.: a beautirui home; five gar- den: easy payments. 2 cottaces of 4 rooms each, 111 good location; for iiuui-diate sale oa account of departure of owner; would exchange. •-*! A -EW FINE INSTALLMENT LOTS Near Chestnut st. and Grand st , for sale, from $150 to$S00: terms $50 eaah, $10 per month. Houses built to order and furnished In 00 days prompt; plans and estimates furnished free; bouses to rent; open Sundays and evenlu .«. HARCUSE _ REM MEL The largest contracting trot la Alameda County. I 'fines: Alameda— Bay-el Station and Hlgh-st. Ution. .sun Fraucisco— 62B Market -; . opposite Palace .'..dcl. -el. tl cod 11 you Itant a bio baboai. come i see band ome new 5-room boose and bith; near station; only $1 $00: on easy terms This is a snap. J, S. HA> LEY »V CO.. 1351 Park st., Alameda.jl9 tf hLEOANT NEW 5.R00M HOUSE; ALL COM. I-'pletP!: street work none; cement walks: sunny: only 81550 easy terms; l,-, Mocks station. T. 1. RAlßD.Morton station. r.arruw gall Alameda. 19 7 S'-TxH CASH;* BALANCE $30 * PER MONTH; • _ ttO U. lot 33:4x1 25:0: 2 story house of 9 rooms and bath; located on one of the be I avenues; con- venient to school ana station; price B*lBoo No. 173. $2300— Lot -3:4x100; new cottage el 5 rooms ami bath; gsod ocaticu; line view; *3i)o cash: bal- ance $30 per month. No. 309. $2650— Li d .SxlSO; cotta. of 5 rooms and bath gnod neigliburboou; street work done; $500 cash; balance $J5 peiHnonth. No. 24 i . $11000— Lot 54xi53; eotta<jo of 4 rooms, bath; sunny -Lie of le;.d Rg avenue: convenient 10 sta- Ilea; .500: balai $50 per month. No, 227. $3265— L0t 57x158; cottage of 6 rooms and bah; N. side of avenue: line lac.tloH; street work dene $500 a li, balance $35 per month. No. 338. $-'.'OO — Lot 37:6x150; cottage of 5 rooms and buth; large attic: excellent neighborhood: near ( tiestnut-st. station; $200 cash, balance $50 per month. No. SOS, Choice lots at a bargain in all parts of Alameda; honses to let and mon. yto loan. 11. P. MOREAL A CO.. 1433 Park St., Alameda; 402 Montgomery st,, 'Sill mc.-. ... • ics tf ALAMEDA BOOMS AND HOUSES. llt 1 *-. ' ' v ' Ni: '-'' ' tT2s unkyeur^ IUIO nlshed rooms: private family . ref. ex.3 I in 1 iii.lN KKAL KSTATK. IO It X IN lTTkin . FINE 1 CAB Jt b . bad on your own terms for $1,.0). this is a snap; 50 teet corner, heart of Lorlu, for few days only. $650 ouly. opposite corner sold for $1000, small cash payment: brand-new cottage. 5 rooms and bath, south front, only 150 feet to station, $2400. low Installments. WL'KTSA SMITH. 467 Ninth St., Oakland. jelli 1 111 BERE 111 ', RE__Li£ETA-_& qTTt - SMALL IDT -i AND LOT AT MHIIII xjsO I O. Berkeley: well located, with good view and surroundings, and well of best water: within 3 blocks or streetcars. C.W.WOODWARD A CO., 002 Broadway. Oakland. jeS3 7t AT SACRIFICE— NEW HOUSE. 5 ROOMS, JY bath, etc.: electric road bullalug. DOUGLASS, owner. -.' *. 9 Owarv >: .S. K. ji-23 3t* i;.i.t- 1.1.1ik PRuPfciKTI WANTED. U~Ta^T-^d^to^purciTa^ in BBRKKLEI \ bouse of 6 or 7 rooms and bath: m good lo- cation, which can be paid for In Installments not ex- ceeding 835 per month. Address Installments, box 9 1. Call Hranch Office. J--23 7t IV ' AN TED — IN BERKELEY COMFORTABLE " boose of 6or 7 moms on good lot, for which owner will aeeept country property lo part pay- - meut; no agents. Address B. P., box 47, this office. my 17 if BERKELEY HOUSES TO LET. Ill:- mn-_-7TFT_tool_~c oTTA-ur-CNTrco-i. l i»- ' to rent; South Berkeley: is m nutes from local train and electric, ars. Address IL. box 60, this office j-'.'i; 7:« lUtiMlil i. . a:. 1 • 1 VI E. f OOD IN'VE9T>M*_NiT~ir_J_>^^ 0 ACRES O* vi choice farming land convenient to Baa Frao- cisro, Including warehouse property and landing; will pay an Income of 13 to 15 per cent to parties lv position to take charge and give personal attention and 10 per coal to capitalists as a in.iit r of Invest- ment. Fullest opportunity for thorough investiga- tion. Apply to E. R. STEVENS 0 ('.. 113 and I 120 Davis st. .24 tf I tin 'ACRES— _ MILES si. HELENA; $1200. iUU PACIFIC EXCHANGE. 33 Kearny st, * |,'IN| IMPROVED RANCH, 240 ACRES: IN J Sonoma couuti*. will sell half or exchange all for Oakland or c;ty property. For particulars apply to 0. A. BAYLY, Grant aye. aud Suiter st., . .v irancisco. jelS cod mi" IT AY WARDS ' SPLENDID ORCHARD PROP- I I crtleß, with and without improvements; 2 lines or cars day and evening. Address Property, box VO. Call 1 1 10 i. 1 nee je-_ _ :n* A - ACRES: ALL LEVEL VALLEY LAN 34 X I acres la prunes am. pe »rs: 2-atory, 8-M. in house; station at the place: .16 miles fr in thiscliv: ti-rins to atfTt J. i. PETERS, 131 Montgomery streeL j.. 3t _I . . PER ACRE: REDWOOD LAND 1 oi; vie 1." —1300 acres finest redwood timber in Mm State to Fonoma County; splendid chance for la- vestment; good buildings on the place; about 200 acres clear land: suitable for orchard: grows the finest apples In world. Address GEO. 11. ItAIIRS, inn; Montgomery St., room 22, San Francisco. li* 7t IV 1. 088 A CO., 113 MONTGOMERY ST. s»'l" 10 1 80 acres la Southern Oregon; good soil ; ♦.. V) lv*. n,< level and cleared; some meadow land: United States patent; party must realize; bought lor $1700 before patent wai; Issued. $12,000—400 acres farm and pasture land 3 miles from Santa Rosa; SO acres In eraln. 200 acres with $10,000 residence and 25 acres as- sorted orchard: balance lovely pasture; land near Napa rounty so;.:; price $31,000; no lucuin- braace might trade. |el9SuTaFr MOUNTAIN VIEW AND STANFORD UNIVER- sIty property for sale by CLARK A KB APP, II Montgomery st. Hrancb office, Mountain View, Santa Clara County, CaL We have the finest list of 5-acre tracts at low fig- ures in the county. Call or write fur our circulars sad prices. JelO 7t lio ft ACRES CHOI) HUH AND FARM- J UUU ing land in Santa Barbara County; '20 acres or more: prices $16 up; terms to suit pur- chasers. MORSE A CO., 8 Kearny st. }el 9 7t« CUMMER RESORT — ONE OF THE MOST O charming villa retreats in California, all ready for guests, can he purchased !or$5000: It Is con- veniently near San Francisco; consists of ISO acres mountain laud heavily timbered; running streams of water: ponds stocked with thousands of trout: 8 booses fully furnished, with piano and "all con- veniences; vehicles, borses, cows, tools, .re would make a lovely country scat for a gentleman of means, or a summer resort for boarders; owner will pay $100 a month for occupancy this summer. lor particulars address J. C. 8, 337 McAllister St, San Francisco. Jel 1 tf SONOMA COUNTY LAND — SALE OR EX- O Change; write luily. ANDREW PRICE Heaids burg, Cai. fell tt VOVATII. MARIN COUNTY-5000 ACRES OF _s choice land for sale In subdivisions of 2 acres op to 100 acres: prices $50 to $125 per acre: easy terms: both rail anil water transportation. SYNDI- CATE INVESTMENT COMPANY. 61 and 65 Chronicle building. Jel 1 m S* I p.n ILK. ACRE BUYS S~ AND 10 ACRE *D I'"' tracts rich valley land at S. P. Co. station. Alameda County, 30 miles from San Fraucisco. 20 nil 08 from Oakland: easy terms: fine climate*, first- class* neighborhood. THE CARNALL- HOPKINS CO.. 630 Market St., San Francisco. ap33 tf SCHOOL LANDS. $1 CO TO $.. AN ACRE; ON 1 very easy terms; sold by the state la tracts 1 1 suit; no residence or improvements required; all kinds of lands, in many different counties; soul stamp ler list; open day end cveulugs. F. XV. LAKE, ( Flood Building 13 tt GOVERN MEN I LANDS! KOR HOME OR INVESTMENT! IN ( ALIKORNIA- 1.0 eat level farming lands. Rich black soil, ready to plow. Large, flue valley; railroad tbroujh 1. Water ditches now building. Mlid climate, free fuel, cheap lumber. Work at good wages there now. Land can lie taken without residence, S'-nd 4c stamp for full information to F. W. LAKE. 6 1 loud building, San Francisco. Cal.apll tf PALIFORNIA EXCHANGE BUREAU. 481 V- Ninth st , Oakland, exchange nil kinds of prop- erty; send for catalogue. BEN, CULI.oM A CO. mi -J tt (■'MiiOTOKs AND 111 I! Hills. J AMES McOONAHRY, CARPENTER AND builder, 133 Eddy— Jobbing, repairing attended ; store and o.T.ce fittings specialty. 1.-te. iti-H lv JV.LAWRKNOE.CARFENTER AND BUILDER . tin feacrainento st. : cabinet work and fitting! f edicts promptly attended: teleohoue 800. inliKf ■- I »«.i.. L'H.'. STORAOR; ADVANCED MADE. X 042-644 MUslou »L CUAS. L. TAYLOR. *v_tr. HOUSES TO LET. KIC EO LSOM-ON i ; II E HILL, .-ELEGANT . 19- -x)Xx) room, bay-window bouse, all Improvements. $40; water extra. Apply to P. C. SIOLLOY. ins Montgomery. je24 St Ml BBYANT.NBAB TBIRD- d BOOMS AND OX± good yard. .18; water free. Apply to P. C. MOLLOY, 1 lis Montgomery. je'Jl 3t 1 949 MIS-lON, NEAR NTNTH-UANDSOSIE -I J— 2-story, 8 room, bay-window residence; sunny side. $40; water free. Apply to P. C. MOL- LOY', 138 Montgomery. je'J4 3t 1 J.'. MISSION ST., RET. TENTH AND — I "I*-" Eleventh— ls rooms and bath; all new; beyond question the best house south of Market st. ; $00: water extra; these 15 rooms would be cheap nt $90; see them. Apply to P. C. SIOLLOY. 133 Montgomery st. _ je'Jl 3 L. 1911 OCTAVIA. NEAR GEARY-CORNER; 11 It. IJL rooms; all improvements: $50; water extra. Apply to P. C. MOLLOY, 138 Montgomery street. je*24 3t IQ/IQEDDY ST., AT DEVISADERO-COSY J OvJO new 2-story; 7 rooms; all Improvements: $35; water extra. Apply to P. C. MOLLOY. 138 Mcnt-jomery st. - ■ je'Jl 3t "1 A J 7 GEARY ST.. NEAR VAN NEsS AYE.— A JLI. I * very pretty 2-story; 7 rooms and bath; concrete Moor iv hasemeuL Apply to P. C SIOL- i."V. 133 Montgomery st. je*J4 SI 1 P_9Q SEARY— NEW 9-ROOM AND IMPROVE X OJmO ments: $4750: water extra. Apply P. C MOLLOY', 138 Sloutgomery st. Je24 3t 91 '-4 I SUTTER-.SUNNYSII)E;NEW:9ROOMS _- J X and bath; $50. water tree. Apply to P. C. MOLLOY, l 18 Montgomery st. je'J4 3t POLK. NEAR GEARY— IO ROOMS AND 0 oath; $50: water extra. Apply to P. C. MOL- LOY, 138 Montgomery st. jeJ4 nt 1717 '- ''•'"* '"' BOOMS AND HATH; CHOICE I I I I and cheap*. $25; water extra. Apply bo P. C. MOLLOY. 138 Sluiitaomery st. je'J4 gt 1 Q*| Q PINE- CHOICE LOCATION: « ROOMS LOXO and bath: $30. Apply to P. C. SIOLLOY, 138 Montgomery st. je24 3t_ QAQ LAGUNA I ROOSIS AND BATH ; $16 ! OVJO water free. Apply to P. C. MOLLOY, 138 Montgomery st. je24 St Ift A A MARKET— IB ROOMS ANI) BATH, $90; J U-t'T and 1636 Market st., 12 rooms. $60. Ap- piy to P. C. MOLLOY'. 133 Montgomery it. je'Jl 3t il 11 SUTTEE—CABLE LINE; 49 ROOSIS; 11-11 new; elegant roomie*,' house; SIM: water extra. Apply to P. c. MOLLOY, 138 SHmtgomery streer. je'J '. 8t 90/1 POST— SONET SIDE. NEAR GRANT AYE; — ''"1 jj rooms; all Improvements; $60. Apply to P. C. MOLLOY, 138 Montgomery at. je'Jl 3t f* MARTHA PLACE OFF GEARY ST., NEAR II Taylor— 9 rooms; all improvements; $40; water free: very central. Apply to P. C. MOLL') V. 133 Montgomery st. . je'24 3t Of) OOLDKX OATE AYE.. OPPOSITE NKW «>._ 1 (it, Hall; 12 rooms; all improvements; $70; water extra; all handsomely papered. P. C. MDI 1 "'. , 138 Sloutgomery st. jc'J4 3t EOUSK OF 18 ROOMS AND BATH OB TWO Soasoa of 24 rooms, at 27 Oak St., 1 block from Van Ness and Market: nicely papered, decorated aud palnto.l; for rent to responsible tenant for $19 each. Apply to Collateral Bank. 13 Grant aye. 24 71 -IgOCPBR MONTH, REDUCED FEOM $80- -*j % UO Stylish corner house; 9 rooms, hath, con- servatory and stable: plate and stained glass; deco- rated throughout: beautiful home. 2113 Baker St., cor. Jackson, 10 to 18, 2 to 4. je24"3t« (*>9X 7 ROOMS, ALL I- '■" I' ORDER. 15 '„—'•■ Hampton place, off Folsom st,, bet. Seonnd and Third. je'J4 4t« .>*-.)/. HOWARD— S LOWER ROOMS; DESIR- —. * _.!) -in location; reasonable rent. • I OWER FLOOR: 822 FOLSOM; DESIRABLE X j small private family: rent reasonable, Je23 'it* TO LEASE GRAND SOUTHERN HOTEL. COR. Seven* and Mission sts.. opposite new pastotrtce site: best hotel proposition in city ; just completed; !"j 10.1111*.; sun in every room; 44 front aad bay window rooms; large dining-room ; offlce: hydraulic elevator; tho best aud most moderd built house In tbe city. je22 tt 7] J OCTAVIA-8 ROOMS AND BATH. SUIT- * i "i aliiu for one or two families; • yard and cellar. je'22 3t» 9] 7 CLARA, BET. FIFTH AND SIXTH; _ 1 1 house, 0 suauy rooms. ja22 St* 9-.STOR Y~B AY WINDOW Hoi - 8 ~93 9 '. VLEN- — cla It., mar Twenty-first; newly painted aud papered in elegaoi style: low rent; water freo. An- ply at Arnold Brothers' store, 918 Valencia St., up- posite. f ■ r key and rent. je'Jl tf & I 1 3OR 4 SUNNY ROOMS; YARD. 24U8i/a 14) 11. Sacramento St.. rear. jail st« ■*_97 '"O I*3» ELLIS; 6 ROOMS AND BATH. *}} — « .UV, 930—38 Russ; 0 rooms and bath. tOO— I2IO Golden Gate aye.; 10 rooms and bath. $13—630*/. Minna; 4 rooms. $22 50— .'O7 Natoma; 5 rooms and bath. $10-— 1613 Van Nasi are.; 11 rooms arid bath $70—1015 Sut.-r; 0 rooms and bata. CHAS. ASHTON. 411 Montgomery st. je22 -it (fa. 0 ° ROOMS AND BATH: ALL Mo DEEM w— V. iinnrovements. 1801 Steveuson St., near Nineteenth. p-15 tf © ft iin FRAME HOUSE. I ROOMS AND IU.UU, liaseineut; 8 Sellna place, off N. side California st., below Stockton: quiet anal respecta- ble neighborhood; water iree; key at No. 3. BUCK- INGHAM A CO., 413 Moutgomery st. jel tf TENEMENT: l BOOMS; RENT SIS. 81 JES- aie. near Ninth. niygO tf f'LEN PARK AYE.— 7 ROOMS AND BATH: VI sunny side; quiet neighborhood ; thorouchiy repaired; low rent. DEMPSTER, 36 Glen Park aye.. oil Twei fth st. my 29 tf "I 0 BOOMS AND BATH: TWELFTH ST.; VlV'il- XVJ aoghly repalreu: bituminous pavement: quiet neighborhood; low ren:. DEMPSTER, 30 Glea Park aye. _^ my 29 tf 1? U r.Ni.-iu li OR UNFURNISHED 7 -BOOM I boose 'i let on Oak at. Particulars at L. LAND- IT KS. 's Moutgomery. my 9 tf SANITARY PLUMBER AND - FITTER; jobbing of all kinds; work guaranteed or no charge. ( HAS. .MELIIAN. 652 Sae_.mento.fll Bm COTTAGE-. id I.XT. HAY-JX fN-TovT^COT TAOE; 4^-JOM BATB atid basement. Key 33 Thirteenth st. Je'24 3l* PIS K COTTAGE: 4 ROOMS: CLOSETS; LAROE I basement; yard: 318 50: water; ashman. 353 Harrison st., bet. Fifth and Sixth. je2i 7t*» CAOTTAOE OF 4 LAROE ROOMS: LARGE CBL. v lar; yard; garden; .■>:*. s. 2613 Post.22 3* \TEW COTTAGE 4 LARGE BOOMS; STABLE. X> 1103 Jessie it , bet. Herman and Ridley. je'22 3t* 0 I ■. AND $17-1 ANT) 8 ROOMsTbaTH. BASE- »T. ' * ' l'-'''it. yarn. Fifteenth and Dolores. jcli> 7t» .'Ui:Nl_ IiOUSK.-. 1 mi s.vi 1 A BARG U\, Xl RNIT. Rl F rooms, solid and _ iod. $.100, ir desired cottage to lot, $25 (water extra largo garden, (.est part of Western Add. Apply 3. . Kearney St.. room 13. 23 'd* "MODERN COTTAGE OF 7 ROOMS. NEW*LY i'l lurnishcil. flower garden, etc.; low rent; beau- tiful home. Beating Agency. 1032 31artet. 23 3L* L IKNIsMK l» BOUSE 10 LET: 2524 MARKET J St., in warm belt; low rent to a suitable tenant. Aptily a* the premises. my JB tf FLAT-* TO 11 I. Nl II VIS; CHBAPESr BENTS IN THE a-A city: 5 rooms and bath or li rooms and bath for 324; water free: central and suuny locality. Apply to P. C. MOLLOY. 133 Montgomery. ie?t 3t /".HEAP NEW FLATS. 119 VALENCIA ST., 6 VJ rooms and bath, *25*. 1131 Stevenson St.. 6 rooms and bath, $20; 366 Clementina St.. $18: 1281* Ninth st , $35. Apply to P. C. MOLLOY, 138 Montgomery.- je24 lit 74*9 F, *l--*> ,, M - lower flat ft rooms. ii— bath: cellar; new improvements: $24. 247» 999 9 - MISSION— 7 ROOMS, BATH; FUR- —^-*-_*2 liishetl complete; houseke c pl n c; $40- [e24 3t« MIDDLE 15AY-AYINDOW ll*,!'. i; ROOSIS. bath; all latest Improvements: rent re.isou- able. Inquire Fourteenth and Noe, -grocery. 24 it* !7laT -4 Sinn, BOOMS 513 STEVENSON 1 St.. near Sixth. « LL A I 3 ROOMS: KENT §10. POLK AND BO* a nlta st*; je24 3t* ITPPER PLAT : SUNNY ROOMS; CELLAR; L' yard; $13. 9:iBVi» Capp st. je'J 4 tf C ROOMS. 720 HARRISON ST., BET. THIRD • '-ni Fourth. je24 4t* AIQ NEW; J ROOMS: BATH j RAY- YYINDOW. 0 10. 1303 Guerrero, cor. Twonty-toiirth. 89 7t* I UNFURNISHED LOiiMs Poll HOUSEKEEP* J Ing. Apply at 333 Eddy st. je23 tt Lj I i'l X FLAT; 1616 POST; 6 ROOMS AND I bath; all mod improvements. Je'..' tf Q» j.- 1137 UEARY ST.; 7 ROOMS AND BATH. «3>~* «-* . $20 19 Vi Tehama St.; 4 rooms and both. 22 50— Vallejo st.; 5 rooms ami bath. $25—471 Valencia St.: 5 rooms ami both. ■33 60—481 Valencia st. : 6 rooms and bath. $25—1106 Valencia st ; 5 rooms and batb. $22 60—1102 Valencia st : 6 rooms and bath. $37 50-1717 McAllister st.: 8 rooms and both, 815— nil. . Sutter st.: 8 rooms and baih. $26—635 Vallejo st. : 8 room-. and hath. CHAS. ASHTON, 411 Montgomery st. jei-j ct 790 HARRISON — PLAT 4 ROOSIS, YARD; 1 -. t. rent $14. - je'/2 7t« Ql ') FLAT I Rooms: HALL: DOUBLE PAR- «Jp 10. lors. 1606 Stevenson St.. nr. 1»th.j022 3t* C_l_t * ROOSIS. 14 MOBS ST., BET. SIXTH •iTjl-r. and Seventh, near Howard. je'JJ 3t» 1 9*. A 1 SACRAMENTO— FLAT 01 7 ROOMS i _-— VJ: and bath; line view; rent $27 50. aa .It* L~~ TPPKR FLAT OF 3 ROOMS AND BATH. 122 shotweil St. 1 je22 3t* i LAT oh 1 BOOMS; RENT $12. 716NATOSIA X streeL je'j'i tt YEW SUNNY UPPER FLAT, 7 ROOMS RATH; _.! rent reasonable to goo<t tenant; 2213 Sutler st. ; UMBSEN * CO.. 14 .ornery st. je2l It* 9 BURST FLATS. 4 BOOMS AND BATH EACH jU 1013 Washington st. jel'i tf « ROOMS AND BATH; CELLAR AND YARD. '1 310 Waller st. je'Jl 7t« pHOICE SUNNY FLAT, 6 ROOMS. RATH. MOD- V- em Improvements: Oak, Kills ami Hayes sts. cables. 131- Foil st„ near Baker. je'Jl 71* Ivn i UPPER FLAT; sin ail DAY; 6 -rooms bath and laundry; 14 Metcalf place. off Oeary st.. bet. Mason and lay ton key at 4is Geary. Apply O. H. CMBSKN A Co.. 14 Montgomery: 19 7t I A Ql-33 ELLIS NEAR WEBSTER; 5 AND « 1 101 rooms, bath; rent $22 50 and $19. je!9 7t« UPPKK PART; 7 ROOMS; SUNNY; $J0; WATER free; nioilero impts. 444 Slxthst. )el. 7t» "jr.Oll CLAY-SUNNY LOWER FLAT; LAROE .1 _)_. I'j yard: stationary range. je!9 7t* Ol ft MCE SUNNY FLAT OF 4 ROOMS AND ID. bath. Key 402 Ninth st. jeltf if Sl C AM) $16-3 FLAIS; 3 AND 4 ROOMS: •„ Ii) cellar; yards; water free. 1213 Husb.jel4if Mil WASHINGTON AYE— 4 BOOMS AND 1 O-t bath. jel tf 1 O POST- rURNISHED FLAT OF 7 ROOMS ■1 -)_.-! and bath. myJ5 tf fflj 1 A FLAT 4 ROOMS AN I) BATH ; SANCH EZ. I Q.l 1 . nr. M-irnei. Apply 605 Bay, room 1. 21 tf £. Ift 5 ROOSIS ; 15 AM! ;PA N T i;\ :LA UN DRY; <jT IU. see IL 141. '■ Hayes, nr. liroili 10 tf (JJ. 1(* FLAT; 6 ROOMS AND BATH: SUN ALL ■iff) 1 1), day. 1524 Dupont st. ap22 if IT .10 GOLDEN GATE AYE., COR WEBSTER I ll) V., St.— Flat of 8 looey rooms: latest im- provements, je'.l tt (j>k)^ BOUSE, 6 ROOMS, OAS, HATH AND t^M.*). water. 1512 Golden Cute aye ; also In rear, 2 flats of 4 and 3 rooms: yarn, water; all sop- arate: $3 and $7. Apply on premises. jel rf HOUSKKP'P.i'INO i.nini-. r7^Po*VAß.tKl.ir-"lLI .-- \s i ill Ol front room; use kitchen II required. je'J4 3i" 00l GRKP:NWICH. NEAR t'OWEII._J OR 3 UO 1 suuny housekeeping rooms; use of bath; re_- sonalle. - - je*Jt Hi" A lIT .NEW MONTGOMERY-NICEST. CHEAP. II '*) est, furnl.-heil housekeeping snd single rooms lv the city; come and sue them. , jo.i -l* iioisi kekhinc i;oo-:s-con rr-i::i>. 2 FURNISHED 11-TlI-__-rE-_l__Tl^^ CiTli-.K — -Boata cheap. 801 Sacramento, cor. Stockton. -• (ITO HOWARD-FLAT . ROOMS FURNISHED • I*' complete Tor _ou.e^e>nin?i bath. j'.l_i» tOn JHNNA-2 BUNNY BOOMS (' > .IT.XIX ±Q I for housekeeping: large yanL Je*_ i Bt* Ok)A TIIIKO-Si NNY AIRT rooms BOOSE •fa— keeping; single: lar_e yard: reasonable, '-* -»f*9 THIRD. OVER i'ORKSTORE; SUITE *) U_< front rooms: .eepinfe. je24 at* Ol 1 TURK -a OR 3 NICEE FURNISHED ■O-l-I roows for housekeeping. J«24 2t* 1 k: -9<- MISSION - SUNNY 11 A Y-W I N D O W * XOmjVJ room, with kitchen: housekeeping: rea- sonably. je_A '2t» "inc. haves - furnished sunny house- XXO keeping rooms; loKHng-twda: single. Je'24 S * "1 f\ MOSS. OFF HOWARD. BET. MXTII AND -I VI Se.enth— Nice snnny iront and back house- keeplng rooms; gas: bath; rent cheap. Je'24 '21* Afil CLEMEN TINA. SEAR SIXTH— ROOM h. -IU 1 luralshed housekeeping; che.ip. * m STOCKTON - FURNISHED HOUSEKEEP- In-; rooms; $I*2; other rooms cheap, fat* it* 99" FOURTH— FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING -O rooais »ad single. jo. -i St* - CO"-!* rOLSOM— - OR 3 ROOMS FURNISHED VJO -j for housekeeping. jt/24 '21* t\A QUINN ST.. IJKT. VALENCIA AND GUER- O'L rero, Ruil and Fourteenth— 2 large sunny rcoms, fnrntah^l for housekeeping; ail conveni- ences; in small German family; no children: -fix. je'23 tf SUNNY RAfISMEMT FLOOR; 3 ROOMS; LAROE yard and rr.iiinlrv; rnlly furnished for liouseiKeep- ir._; near Pine ami Hyde; rent 930. Address Floor, bor 85. Call i;r»..cii i.fl a. je'23 4t* '1,-) WASHINGTON— SUNNY UNFURNISHED «JU_l housekeeping rooms : running water. Je'23 "t* Q LANGTON— OR 3 ROOMS FURNISHED FOR 0 housekeeping: clean, cosy, <-.inveine:it. 'Jit-* OID M INNA — SUN NY" ROOM FURNISHED OXO complete for housekeeping. je23tt (•1 71 MISSION — FURNISHED ROOMS FOR VJL I■» hou-iekeeplng; fS and $10 Oath. jw'23 21* f'Zxf, JESSIE-FLAT: 3 MCE UNFURNISHED vJOvJ rooms; rent 314. le_3 tf (197 mission— a OR a FURNISHED ROOMS; OO I light housekeeping^ Je'_ . at* CCQ MISSION— fI ROOMS FOX HOUSEKEEP- 01/ O mi;: 3 rooms ie;. _r_t -.1. Je'Jii 2t* JOT OFAREELL — SUNNY, RAY- WINDOW i*> 1 suite and other housekeeping rooms. lm mr BIRCH ASK., NEAR LAOONA— 2 KOOMS IJ 1 O aim kitchen: unfurnished; $10. je'il St* 71 EDDY— - SHI SUITE OF ROOMS FOR lie, noii3R keeping; **9 Je2'2 3t« ClftCi FOLSOM, ABOVE FIFTH-SIO; 4 SUUNY OxJU front rooms; unfurnished. je'JO fit* Ol*j FOURTH (OSIJORN HOUSE) —NEWLY O I «' furuished family liouspkeepiug rooms: also annoy suites and single; reasonable, Jell' Tt* Ql Q HOWARD — BEDROOM AND KITCHEN 0 1 O i-ii.*'i for l-oiisene-iilii _■ rent $12. JlO tf . ROOMS TO H.T. A 17 STOCK lON-SUNNY UALLROOM. NEAT- "XLI ly furnished. $5. ju-4 lOt 1* I 9 RUSH. "THE MONROE"— HANDSOMELY VJ Ij-> fnrnlsted parlois and other rooms. j**J4 1m ifL') ELLIS — SUNNY FRONT FURNISHED '' '- li. liroi *m for gents. $6 50. Je24 Hi* ] 1 CEIOHTH-K^UNNY UNFURNISHED ROOMS- XLI) Je24 st« i) 17 CLARA. ULT. FIFTH AND SIXTH— .9: 3 <i-"i I nice rooms. Je24 i-;t* M 7 KEARNI —HANDSOMELY FURNISHED ill rooms en suite or iingl-i; p.rileulir atten- t!on paid to transient. MKs. a. ITSHEK fe24flt* 9 U' ' DOUHLE HAY-WINDOW AND ~X*J single furbished reins; bot ami cold water bath; private lam ily; reasonable. jejl at* 1 •>(. 1 SACRAMENTO — NICELY FURNISHED LOXJI sunny .rmt room for gentleman; refer- ences requ'red. Je24 ,'■'.* '■ - I MINNA. . EAR FI-TH— HOUSEKEEPING,' x) I L large sunny room : stove; closets.*: • 1 (\(\R HOWARD-SUITE OF ROOMS; LIGHT IVII/U housekeeping; gas, bath, piano: private family, rent reasons use of parlor. Jc24 at* 1 n('l WELSH, KET. FOURTH AND FIFTH— 4 X.vJO nice suuny rooms: upstair-; 910. je'2l '2t* oT-5 MISSION— LOVELY FRONT AND BALE CzlO parlor, degsntly furnished; suitable for doctor; stationary waslmtand. je'Jt . t* (j j ( - FURNISHED ROOMS,! PER ■J ll) week ; suite, $I."> per month. je'Jl-i 5t 1 f'l 1 SCOTT-SIS: FIRST FLOOR OF 3 UN. IW I furnished rooms; adults only. Je'23 .*>: 9 ROSE PLACE. OFF 224 TAYLOR - SUNNY £j single room*. $6. je23 2t* "1 Or\~!l POLK. NEAR SUTTER— DOW i.Mr I •> suite, for doctor or dentist. je'-! •it*' 7 1 A FOLSOM-NEATLY - FURNISHED ROOM I XVJ In privato family: 95 month. ju'Jil _i* OC TAYLOR -NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS, .->0 with piano. Je'23 tt* OLD RELIABLE ROOM RENTING AGENCY. 1032 Market st. Je23 3t« 9] LILY AYE. OFF FRANKLIN, NEAR MA~R- •I- 1 ket— Nicely furuuhed front room-, light bouse- keeplng; bath: gas. je'JK 3t* "I 99 A mission-bay-window ALCOVE AND X^i—il connecting single room; every accommo- dation. je'23 tf AA A HYDE— SO FRONT BAY-WIND -iJL 1 00111 in basement. je'23 st* 1 UNFURNISHED SUNNY ROOMS; bath. 1*220 "± Mission st. -fe*. 3 . '.* 9Q CLEMENTINA-FLAT 4 LARGE PLEASANT -*' rooms. je'J3 'Jl* 1 ARGE SUITE ROOMS. SUITABLE FOR DEN- X-J tlst or doctor; Market st Apply Call Rrasich Office. Je23 M* _ l(.'**)l MIS. - (THE AVON)— NEW BOUSE; 1 V'Vii- new lurnlture; pleasant rooms, suite or 8lugle: also housekeeping; home comrorts. Je2*j 3m 1 (' LEWIS. OFF TAYLOR, NR. POST— RiI; UN- J U furnished; a rooms an l kitchen. je22 51* 3OQ O'FARRKLL — DOUBLE AND SINGLE £iv rooms; Spanish fm.; board optional. jJ-J lOt I Oti FERN AYE— FLAT; 3 UNFURNISHED J O VJ rooms and bath. Je'22 .t* 71 □ LEAVENWORTH — FURNISHED SUNNY * JLO rooms; single rooms; 3 unfurnished sunny housekeeping rooms; no card on bouse, }«-j-j 1* Ol J POWELL— 2 SINGLE SUNNY ROOMS. OL - neatly furnished; 9a aud $7. Je2i tr •"- ! H FOWELL-DOUISLK AND SINGLE FUR 0l VJ tilshed tunny rooms; reasonable, je'2l lOt ', l"> i BOWARD— Si BOOMS; RENT REA- -1 UO*i sonable: gas, bath; prlv.ito family. je2l Vt* Ql I FOI SOM-Fl RNISHED HOUSEKEEPING; Oil also suites and single rooms. jel9 lOt .I.J SOUTH -FURNISHED FRONT ROOM "1— for 1 or 2; $3 ami $10. Jel9 7t* 1D J JESSIE NEAR THIRD - FURNISHED AO 1 rms, double and single; private family jl9 7* I Q---9 HOWARD— SII. 3 SUNNY FRONT LOO ,_■! rooms. Jel9 Bt* 1 JO FIFTH, OVER 6 ROCERY -STORE-S' I'll double and single rooms; also light bouse- keeping room. _________ Jel B tf (^•)i STEVENSON, Ni: TENTH— FURNISHED CO I rooms; everything new; single sunny moms from 94 per month up. JelB7t* 1 *>/•• ELLIS, BET. POWELL AND MASON, S. F.— I _-U Royal Hoaae; just opened; rooms to let by the day, week or month: open all night; new, fire- proof brick building, metallic fire-escapes front and rear: well ilt-hted and ventilated: location central, hall block fro -n Baldwin Hotel ; everything new and I furnished complete with spring beds ami hair in _t- ; tresses; flrst-class reading-room, containing all dally papers; Incandescent light In every room; rooms, per nlsht is. cents to $1 60, per week $1 75 to $tf, per month 91 to $30: Markat-st. cars run witbin l -lack of tbe houso. K. L. TURPIX, Prop. .15 tf THE Ol IRINAL - ELEGANT FURNISHED rooms, single or en suite; newly furnished. MRS, A SHO AF. proprietress, I'2o ICIUs: transient-Id 1 111 "1 J 9 SEVENTH-A T THE GIRARD HOUSE; _._£-_ handsome suuny rooms: single and double: light housekeeping. It desired. MRS. ''K.M'I. ieii tf 111 <il MISSION — FURNISHED KITCHEN 0 I O . suite to let jel< If Ql 1) KEARNY— ST. GEORGE HOUSE: FURN. Ol_ rooms by week or month; $1 50 to $5. 12 lm J9 I O'FARRELL— FURNISHED SUNNY HAY- 'l—i window front double and single rooms: also back single room: reasonable. , jell tf o-i EDDY-FURNISHED ROOMS: $2 51) AND r2- -00 by tbe _____ JeS tf E_ rO'FARRELL-FRONT FURNISHED ROOM; OXO gentlemen only; cheap. Je 6 tf » RLINGTON BOUSE 127 KEARNY -PLEAS- i » ant sunny rooms, en suite and single; first-class in every respect: terms reasonable. jaiotf I_»CQ MISSION— FINS SUITE OF ROOMS. 1 Ui) with piano; also single room; terms re*. sonably n__3tf A' OSEMITE HOUSE, 1045 MARKET ST., RET. 1 Sixth aud Seventh; 35c to .1 per night; per week, 91 50 to »s; single aud en suite; lainiiiei. tf I'll! ARIUITSFORD, NW. COR. LARKIN AND 1 Rroadway— Nice, quiet, gonteel and homelike: furnished or unfurnished sunny rooms at extremely moderate prices: light housekeeping perm ltt WEEK NEWS FOR 5 CENTS— THE WEEKLY Call, in wrapper, ready for mailing. BOAItI-IM- AND BOOSES. fli- i'n-r - LAI sunny SFurnTsiied lv) I rcom. with hoard, f 4O; gents preferred. 2l 5* 1 Q VAN NESS AYE. -SUNNY FURNISHED 1 O suites and single rooms; board optional. jelS tf On I WW l -1.1. (MEM 1 -ROOMS .-.ITTK, _*________ first class; board; references, je2 lm 4 MERICAM EXCHANGE HOTEL. SANSOME _\ st. -Positively the beat v.; ie l:i thecity for permanent or day boarders; good rooms; elegant table: rates $6 to #10 per wjdk ; per day $1 up.j.-itf MONTOOM KEY'S TEMPERANCB HOTEL, iit and 2"- Second Single meats 2_c; l-niird nl rcom per day, 75e to 1 1 ; by the week. *l to •», trsa reach to ami from the hoi.el ap2ltt 1 ii lUOKEN BOAJUDKO UNEXCEITIONAL HOME FOR 2 OR 3 LITTLE cnlidren. 23 Glen Park aye.. off Tweirth st., between Mission and Howard. jelO lm* I V OULD LIES 1 HILDKE. 10 HOARD: *V ldi*a.«ant yard: good home. 2689 Mission. 2 I'll STORK** TO LET. To LET^STORE ROOMS. 233 JACKSON St. near Front je24 7t« _ .HEAP— LARGE STORE: SUITaRLE FOR SA- V . loon. 21 Steuart ft. je'24 3t* 1 AKOE STORE ON EAST ST., OPPOSITE THE J J Oakland terry; suitable for any business. Apply 37 East st. Js24 'it* jf) FINE BAR COUNTERS. 37 EAST ST. _i Je24 2t*» STORE-WELL ADAPTED FOR RESTAURANT 0 and bakery; large kitchen: 10-foot range; light basement. .19 Ellis st.:" apply npstalrs. Je23 tf Ql A MONTGOMERY-STORE, LATELY KENT- QJ.-I cdas res tan rai; t: good for any bosln ess. 22 7* "y>'),\ KENT; WITH IT RES FOR TEA AND <2>OQ coffee. Apply 325 Fifth st. je-j'j 3t* STOKE: 'J LIVING-ROOMS; LARGE SUNNY i- yard; cheap. 544 Sixth st jel.. i<* /■■•OR STOKE (NEW J ; SEVEN"! BAN D NATOMA VJ close to the i.ew postotlice site. Apply to M. K. 1.l V ■■ . 432 Ciillfornia. ;. : 11 . i-i in 1 v*--. , ALU,!. VI 11 NOS. 1. *j hi; ,1 WILL PLEASE * you best; 3 ii) Choose from: all first-. 4S characters, .11 caps; 72 characters, upper and lower case, or 7S characters, double case also; latest im- provements; thousands of BOOTS; results are elo- quent; read our lest mentals from practical people; tacts and figure, tell ihe story: come in and talk It over. CHARLES E. NAVLOR. general s-retit. 10 Mpntgouiery *.;. - joltf ll .... . - . .... . . . FROM THE ORIENT. Precaricns Condition of Foreigners — Floods and Earl_iina_Es. The steamer China arrived yesterday from China and Japan, bringing advices from Hon. -Kong to June 1. Shanghai to June 3 and Yokohama to June 10. . China. •"- The steamer Chang-on, which arrived at Shanghai on June 3 from river ports, re ports that foreigners were maltrented at Ichang after the departure of the British gunboat . .sk from that port. There is a probability of a renewal of anti foreign demonstrations in the Yangtse Val ley. The most serious ol these re-ports re ferred to the neighborhood of Chinkinng, whpre there were threats of the destruction of I.oman Catholic and other mission build ings find the murder of missionaries and foreigners generally. A feeling of security on the part of foreign residents is still far from being restored, notwithstanding tlie apparent efforts of the authorities to main tain order. Missionaries are blamed for needlessly going into hostile parts of the country. A trusted Chinese servant of the Hong- Kong and Stiangiiai Bank has decamped witli $12,000 of the bank's funds. Last week a Celestial living near the bor der lino between British and Chinese Sam sui-po took it into his head to smuggle some gunpowder across the border. While peeking It into a chest, however, it ex ploded, and, as the Hong-Kong telegraph says, "he went across the border in in stallments." It is rumored that the _ les.agerieg Miri times Company, having lost a good many passengers by the opening of the Canadian Pacific steamship line, are contemplating the establishment of a service of steamers across the Pacific. The locust pest, which did much damage in the country last year, is again threaten ing the crops. Japan. This year being the elevpn-hundreth anni versary of the Emperor Kwammu's estab lishing bis capital at Kioto, the people are busy preparing for a suitable celebration of the occasion. Kioto City was founded by the Emperor Kwammu, who took up his abode in Yamashiro Province, which was then nnbnilf, end gradually the city ares* around his palace, so that the Emperor's memory is esiecially honored. There will probably be an exhibition opened in Kioto for the occasion. The Government proposes to establish a steel factory. Recently, while pxcavatlnn for a new house, a citizen of Arima found a jug con. tain ing 1000 Keicho koban, an ancient gold coin of the K( icho era and now valued at over 13 yen apiece. Parliamentary business still runs any thing hut smoothly. ".ever »1 of the Govern ment propositions have been rejected, in cluding, aniens others, the new codes. Aribtner attack on a Representative has been made by soshl and an additional batch of them has been expelled from the metrop olis A shipment of new-crop tea arrived nt Yokohama May 30. Heavy rains "have used inundations li many localities, with considerable damn:, to property. Seventeen lives are reportc . lost. Notes. An earthquake broke loose in the Strait* on the 17th ult., a very unusual phenom enon, as the Straits settlements arc sup posed to be out of the earthquake si here. However, this trespassing earthquake did some go d in Penang by catching a Chinas. burglar. It appears that the man had man aged to effect an entry into a Chinaman's house in Farquhar street and was walking on tiptoe upstairs when the earthquake to.k place. In consequence of the vi! r - tion the burglar,.apparentlv unable to main tain his equilibrium, came down heavily on the floor aud the noise gava him away to tin- mates, who bad him arrested. Millionaires do not yet exist in Corea. The estimated wealth of the richest man in Soul, the capital of the country, Is 100.0UO gwammon, equal to about $35,000. The gentleman who ranks second in the scale is a Mr. Ko El Kon, whose worldly possessions only "tot up" $30,000. C(TAST NOTES. Vallejo is agitating for a public building. A bonus of $50,000 has been secured for tbe iron plant in San Diego. Madera wants an improvement in it system of protection from fire. P. 13. Muir ot San Diego i*» making a first class quality of wine from guava-*. The Nevada militia will probably go in' camp somewhere in the vicinity of Carson. A new bank will be started in Redwood City by Sisson, Crocker & Co. early in July. Nevada's silver league will send delegates to the third party national convention at Omaha. The Santa Rosa Packing Company will give employment to no Chinese iv its can nery this year. _*. B.Armstrong of San Joaquin proposes to show an almond grove in full bearing at the World's Fair. The town of Bakers field has ordered a new fire engine, there being an especial need for it iv the summer season. The Los Angeles and San Francisco base ball teams will play one of their southern games at Santa Barbara on June '21, A new line of excursion steamers is to be put on to ply between Santa Monica, Re dondo, Santa Catalina Island aud ..an Die^o. Capitalists are now looking over ttie ground with a view to building a iailro.nl from Flagstaff to the Grand Canyon of the Colorado. There is an opportunity for some enter prising capitalist to build some houses to rent at Chi co, there being not a single vacati ons in the town. An effort is being made to connect stage robber John Rusgles witli the Pixley train robbery, the officer- thinking that they have proof to show the connection. Ranches in the Carson Valley are threat ened with a plague of grasshoppers, the local papers saying that there are millions of the little pests In the country. There is a general movement throughout the interior against the Chinese practice ol taking the young of the striped bass in net-. These fish have been put in the streams ol the State at some little expense, and, it given half a chance, show a disposition to become exceedingly abundant in the near future. The Town Marshal of Ventura has an nounced that be will susrend the law on the night of the 4lh of July and allow the saloons to keep open all mdit. They have a fashion In Ventura, too, of ringing a "cur few" .ii. 8 P. M. to warn jrouagstars that they must be indoors, and this custom the Mar shal will also dispense with on that occa sion that the youth of the town may have a chance to si c the fireworks. I'rluter Stercti'* 1 111 rut. The estate of l.Tij uniu F. Sterett, the late pioneer printer, is valued at some $15,000. He left a will dated May 13, 1885. which has been filed for probate. This will cave all to his widow, Elizabeth A. Starett oi 8040 California street, with perfect f.itli and confidence that »he will give to the two sous and two daughters whatever share be would desire to divide among them, and ;; proportionate allowance to their grand daughter Ella for her proper training, sup port and liberal education, and to four other grandchildren whatever *she may think proper a* a token of love, Licensed to ..lurry. "Cupid" Danforlh has issued iceuses to the following named to marry: Daniel J. ltionlan and Julie I . PunyoD, 23—21. Walter J. Chester and Kate l>onu. _3— Hemy V. Ullbart and Lena h'-inti.itf. 25-18. Claude L.. Souza and Eujeale Jficiloid, 24 --" Willis S. Haqaman and Sarali A. Cox, 35—3-4. Joseph A. Adams and Betlli . X, God_i. 25— 20. William J. O'Neill and Ida Murray, 32—23. Mat tin Rollins and Kale Treutioliz, 30—27. Albert Wallace and Mary K. lticuardsoo, 37— To Save Iter Estate. John B 'jl*" wants letters of guardianship over Anna Bareille*-*, a widow over 75 years of age, who is mentally Incompetent to man age her own affairs. She has property sad estates in France which require preserva tion from loss to her on account of litiga tion on alleged indebtedness by her husband to persons who arc upon his property in lup oid country, and to defeat whom it will be recess nry to take immediate and active measures. Selling; Lottery Tickets. <'. Salomon was recently tried before Judgo Joachim-sen on a charge of selling lottery tickets and convicted. He presented an 'affidavit yesterday .showing that he did not sell nny tickets on the day alleged, ami a new trial was grunted. Ho was Mien tried a second time, and Judge .Joachim sea took t!ie matter under advisement. Etta W. » IVsjward. Etta Taylor, need 15 year*?, who recently ran away from her lioma in Ocenn View, was arrested yesterday. She has been .is- - elating with dissolute companions, and wlil be sent to the Whlttier Reform School. New York bas become so cosmopolitan in recent years that more than 100 languages and dialects are spoken iv tho city. 5