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BUSINESS CHANCES.
T- YOUR : BUSINESS Ql CS
lor cash call on GUS STRAND. 80 Kearny st. 1
TO HOY, SELL OB EXCHANGE BUSINESS OF
1 any kind see GU.- STRAND, SO Kearny st. 1
fltj i-,\ GOOD PAYING SALOON; GOOD
*<3>t OX), stock and fixtures; good living-rooms:
rent only $30; long lease; best location in the
city: must be sold before tne 7tn of this month
on account or departure. see GUS STRAND, 30
Kearny st 1
Qs,"", FIRST - CLASS SALOON. GOOD
•^O 1 0. stock and fixtures; best location on
city front; old-established and doing good busi-
ness thit will clear from $100 to $125 per month-
see this and you will bnv; it must be sold on ac-
couut or sickness. GUS STRAND. 30 Kearny. 1
V iTICE TO BUYERS. "
±Ji Before buying a business call and Investigate
our bargains in hotels, saloons, board ana lodging-
uses, restaurants, coff-e saloons grocery
stores, cigar-stores, branch bakerys. book*, sta-
tionery and notions stores, livery and express
business, wood and coal yards, carpenter-shops.
scoestores. milk, dairy, hay and teed business,
com in ssion business and In fact business or all
kinds always 011 hand at a bargain; partnership in
various Hues. GCS STRAND A CO.. 30 Ke v . 1
N_; 1 ".(I CORNER SALOON*: Ml Sl* BE SOLD
•_ 1 w .to-day. see GUS STRAND. 311 Kearny.l
<.. "(I PARTNER WANTED IN HARD.
V a- 'XI. ware, manufacturing and general light
Iron working, finishing and novelty works; em-
ploys 2 hands: clears over $150 per month; lots
of work ano orders; linen machinery in the
world, run by steam: needs help to run same: is
cheap at $750: owner first-class mechanic: would
like to meet steady, reliaiilu man to Keep the
books. lections, men's time, take orders and as-
sist in general ; will find plenty to do; Is safe, new,
solid aud growing investment, more than value-
full Investigation. GEO. STEWART A SON, 135
Kearny st. 1
Q].-|| COJUIISSION BUSINESS; PARTNER
rjili'V'. wanted; splendid paying ami rapidly
growing business: absolutely requires more help:
Clears $150 mr month: prefers partner to keep-
ing clerk; good man wanted more than money:
grandest chance ever heard of; Investigation and'
trial. See GEO. STEWART A SON*. 135 Kearny. 1
Q-, ii R FST A t ■ RANT-BARGAIN; ON AC-
Oili 'l. count of sickness. .McLaughlin A
CO., •-'t>i _ Kearny st.
< I It'll i "L"- ESTABLISHED PHOTO-
•_ AVXJXJ. graph gallery; leaving the State
cause of sale. MCLAUGHLIN A CO., 26U.
Kearny st.
Ql 'Win BAKER 3 BARRELS DAILY:
•_ l xJXJXi. mostly store trade: horses and wagon
Included. Mc A GHLIN A- CO.. *_6 1/_ Kearnv. 1
*<('l()(HI " ,i;i " 1 ' POR SALEOR EXCHANGE;
•ii XJXJ XJ X) . part cash, balance c:tv or country
property. Mclaughlin A co. 2Qi'_ K-arny st. "*
><"".{) HOTEL; 19 ROOMS: LONG LEASE:
'» 'OV. sickness of owner cause of sale. Mc-
LAUOHUN A* CO., 26 Vj. Kearny St.
<l(t()(| COR. GROCERY AND BAR: PAY.
Ju J-OUU. lug business: retiring cause of sale-
McLAUGHLIN & CO.. 26' . Kearny st. 1
CTORE FOR SALE IN COUNTRY; CHEAP. AP
l - Ply Call Branch Office. _•■•_ ::t*
COFFEE SALOON AND CHOPHOUSE; I GOOD
; thing for man and wife; near factories. Ap-
ply J IS' _ Mission st. je2 3t*
HARDWARE, TINWARE AND NOTIONS;
cost $1200 in Marcb: $50 taues it to-day.
1557 Market -:. *
p ROCERY AND PAR FOR SALE; SUIT A
VJ for man aud Wife, 947 Folsom st je*2 7t»
rIESTAURANT AND OYSTER-HOUSE: ELFJ-
Igant m all its appointments: vicinity ot Kearny
St.: seal 200 people; rooms attached; owner re-
tlring. PACIFIC LXCHANGK, 23 Kearny St. *
#-OOD PAYING SALOON: CENTRAL LOCA-
VJ on; 4 rooms; must b-> Id. Inquire of JI.
BLLJIEN 1 HAL & Co.. c*sB .Mission st v**.' 4t»
- 1 : IV MARKET ST.; KKAL ESTATE lil SI-
I XJtJ 11, ... great bargain; cheap. »
L"OR SALE-BAKERY AND RESTAURANT;
Aat a b rgaln. 130 Golden Gate aye. ji _ 3t*
"LOR SALE— THE IN 1 IKE STOCK OF WINES
A and liquors of the old-established French.
llquor-stora and saloon of lll>s. C. WOOD, de-
ceased on the W. cor. or California and sterner:
the liquor-store, saloon and fixtures, with 0 ad-
Joining rooms and wine-cellar, to lease for a term
*' years. Further particulars or WILLIAM ROL-
LINS, administrator of the estate. ''OS California
1:.. room .5. ja'-'2tr suT 11 r
*Q-\ A PARTNER WANTED IN REAL ES^
V, ono. tate business: established 35 years.
to JOHN HILL. -125 Montgomery, jel 7t*
LOR SALE— CORNER GROCERY AND BAR.
A first-class location. Inquire of WIDEMAN'N a-
LUTGEN. 318-322 Clay St. je I ::t*
HOME RESTAURANT: GOOD CHANCE FOR
man and wife. Inquire this office, jel lm*
LARGE STORE. WUH .*. ROOJIS. SUITABLE
for grocery or other business: has been a sa-
loon Tor 20 years. 100 McAllister St., cor. Leaven-
worth. jel 4t»
LOR SALE— ESTABLISHED FRUM STORE;
a dolnc.*: good busluess; borse and wagon. Ad-
dress E-'git, box 113, Call Branch ofl ••. jel 3:*
<£','** (t baker; AND variety STORE.
•_ — txxj. with good living-rooms: must be seen
tr I* appreciated; stock and fixtures worth 'he
•A.nonry: sickness cause of selling. 1803 Howard
**___.____ jel St»
jJ * ROCERY AND BAR; GOOD LOCATION 19
x .' Everett St., bet. Third and Fourth, ie] in*
S r \n:kd-to BUY CCS I OJI SHOESHOP in
" •.■ao country. Address Shoemaker, box 156.
Call Brazen Office. ]..\ :.t*
CFLEND.D OPPORTUNITY: FOR SALE AT 10
0 per cent be ow cost, entire stock and fixtures
of a fine grocery and bar; small capital quired
Add re- Stock, box 156. Call Branch Ofllce jel 3i*
/"•ROC! KY AND BAR; ESTABriTiI^IJT"RAT)E:
VT cash business: cheap; 3 living-rooms. CALD-
WELL. 415 Montgomery St. my 27 Ist*
"LOR SALE — GOOD-PAYING RESTAURANT
A in the Mission : bargain to right party. Apply
G. A. CHRIST 1 & CO., Real Estate. 303
Sixteenth St.. cor. .Mission. my 26 lOt
DRUG-STORE-ONE OF THE LARGEST" AND
best-paying stores in San Francisco for sale;
cheap : low rent: complete stock; first-class trade:
centrally located. Address X. Y. /.., Lox 140. Call
Branch Office. mvlb tf
EST LITTLE RESTAURANT IN CITY: FULL
-'-' investigation; see it. 213 Valencia. my3l 4t*
PALACE RESTAURANT; LARGEST AND
best fitted-np restaurant In Haywards; fine
location and good business: reasonable on account
01 retiring from business. Address Castro St.. near
P.. aywards. my 3o lm*
Q('"|| FINE STATIONERY, CIGAR. CANDY
ti.VilV. and variety store for sale; elegant soda
fountain and handsome fixtures; near 4 schools
and a cable-bouse: worth ¥1000; a positive bar-
gain. Address JI. 11. . box 124. Call Branch. 30 71*
"CURST-CLASS STATIONERY AND CANDY
-I store; complete stock; will sell cheap. 440
Van Ness aye. my 3o 7t*
BAKERY. CANDY AND LAUNDRY STORE
forsaie. Oil Laguna st. my 30 7t*
HOTEL. ELEGANTLY FURNISHED
voraoly located, for sale or partner wanted:
doing a fine business. Address 3275 Mission 7t*
TI NNTNG AND I'LL .MliiNG-sHOJ' FOR SALE.
511 Fourth st. my2B 7t*
rPAILOR STOCK AND FIXTURES: JIUST
1 sell: account sickness. Call Ofllce. my2B 7t*
A WEEK'S NEWS FOR 5 CENTS — THE
JVELKLY CALL. in wrapper, for mailing.
LODGING-HOUSES FOX SALE.
FOR BARGAINS IN LODGING 110 l .-L-, < ALL
on GUS STRAND. 30 Kearny. l
JODGING-HOUSE OF 20 BOOMS, JVITII DIN-
x lug-room business, well furnished, to let or for
sale. Address [.. 11. , box 140. Call i:raue|i 7*
_^s________„ *_*____ zzzz*zzz — ZZ i
FURNITURE FOB SALE.
BEDROOM SET; EXAMINE OCR NO. 207
solid oaK French bevel plate. 7 pieces, only
$25. while elsewhere yon pay very nearly this for
a pine set: 10 per cent off for cash: if cash is not
handy your credit Is alwa. good with JI. Fried-
man A: Co.. address 224, 228. 230 and
306 Stockton st and 2 a7 Post St.: largest install-
ment bouse on tin- coast; open evenings, |e2 tf
ARE YOU GOING TO FL'RNIsII? IF SO IT
will pay you to see us: we have every requslto
for the parlor, bedroom or kitchen, and at the
lowest prices, cash or easy payments. CHICAGO
CLOCK CO., the liberal house-furulshers. 1022-
-1026 Jlai , • st. my'Jl tf
1 "1:1 '/. SELLS CHEAPEST A BEST PAR-
-*-*• Parlor sets. -i>o Harrison: upholstering, am
r)\ WEEKLY PAYJIENTS, OR FoR CASH.
v./ houses fui nlshed complete; Brussels carpet.
feOcj-wol laid. SHIRKK. 1310-1312 Stockton.uiyS tf
l\ 11.1.1 BROS.. 931 MISSION— FURNITURE,
carpets. stoves cheap: cash installm'ts. no 3 ly
"V ll'l-l AM NOW* AT 126 FOURTH (NEW
--1 building), and offer a large stock of general
household lurniture at reduced prices: 500 carpets
pood as new; stoves, $6; antique chamber suits
?,l,i ■IU" ; sult i.*-: 5: r » sh °* installments; all at
bedrock prices. 1.11 NX SON*. 126 Fourth st. altf
yy HAKIM
AH! FLOoif oil.i '■■.., in, .5. . ",.,- OLEUM
AA. 50c; elegant Brussels carpets, 60c and laid-'
furniture, lowest prices. SHIRKK, 1310-1312
Stockton; open evenings. ln yg t _
/ SARPETS— SJIITH'S BRUSSELS, 65c. A . Mil 7
VJ Jl FRIEDMAN * CO., 224-228-230 and 806
Stockton, and 237 Post St.. open evenings. Itf
CARPET CLEANING.
THOROUGH CARPET CLEANING Be PER YD
Address CAMPBELL A SORENSEN, 236 Four-
teenth, successor to J. E Jlltchell A* Co.my 23 lm»
pHEAPEST PLACE TO HAVE CARPETS
XI cleaned and renovated. Jones' Perrect Carpet
Beating Works.2s-27 Eighth St.; Tel. 3424, a 25 in
\l IRWIN'S— I ARPETS CLEANED AT 3 CTS.
xA per yard. 28 Jessie. Telephone 5534. mys ly
\» HEN YOU BECOME DISGUSTED WITH
' ' poor work send to SPA ULDING'S Pioneer Car-
pet Jv<u-»_ 1 353-7 Tehama; tele 3040.21 tf
( ITY STEAM CARPET BEATING AND RENO-
' vatlng Works, 38 and 40 Eighth: G. R. STE-
VEN B, manager. Telephone cail, 3250. mr3 lllm
/ <ABPKTS THOROUGHLY CLEANED AND
KJ renovated: all work guaranteed. SHAN-
AHAN. S Polk: tel. 3146: semi postal, fell 12m
/ 'ARPETS THOROUGHLY CLEANED AND
* > renovated same as new. S. S. FERGUSON *
CO., 23 Tenth St.; telephone 3036. 1 tf
CIONELIN'S CARPET BEATING WORKS. 333
' Golden Gate aye.: telephoue 2125. 12 tf
CITY REAL ESTATE.
I LAi?Lf_rnc~~~~~~~~~~ ~
LJ.
BUILDER AND OWN R. ROOMS 15 AND 16,
Second floor. Jlilis Building.
WHY PAY RENT?
.WHY PAY RENT?
WHY PAY RENT?
If you are tired or paying rent call and see me.
$30 per month will purchase a fine cottage of 4
rooms and bath.
»'" per month will secure a 6-room cottage in a
desirable location.
445 and upward, all scrtsor 2-story bouses, from
the most costly finished to the most Inexpensive:
all in desirable neighborhoods.
If you desire, I can erect a house according to
your tin plans in any part of tlio city.
For particulars apply to L 1. andlfß. Rooms 16
and 16. second flour. Jlllls Building. 18 tr Frl ulii
<S*A litlCl MUST BE SOLD THIS YVF-EK;
C ■li'o". Ciayst., bet. Hyde and Larkln: 2-
story residence 8 rooms and bath, and lot: rents
$300 per annum. CHAS. C. FISHER, 321 Mont-
gomery st. *
_\ ANTKD-LOT OR FARJI TO AJIOUNT OF
" $3000 for 2 flats; income $50: vicinity Eddy
St. PACIFIC EXCHANGE. 23 Kearny st. *
I*, HY PAY' RENT— WE HAVE ELEGANT
' homes on Third aye. and calirornla street:
$30 per mouth buys 5 rooms; $35 buys 7 rooms.
Richmond Improvement Co. iny3o 71*
C-On.-i/k 6-ROOM COTTAGES ON Jo HI ST..
•ffi—OVV. halt block W. of Castro.
$5200 and $6300 each, 2 large 7-room 2-story
bouses on Castro St., near 20th: splendid view;
large plastered basement: 3 tiled mantels: double
pariors: porcelain tubs, etc.
$3250—2 b-rooin 2-st rv houses on sunny side of
'-'Dt li st., with double bay-wludows; half block JV
of Castro st.
$2750—3 5-room cottages with bay-windows,
bath and basement nearly finished; cor. 20th and
Eureka: near 18tli-st. and Castro-st. cars
Will make terms to suit and build to order. Ap-
ply to F. NELSON, builder, on premises or to
1520 25th st., near Castro. my 2 6 tr
S_IAAA * OR. RICH LAND AND SOU AYE;
*__ I VxJXJ. house 6 rooms; bath; lot 50x50.
$1300 cash, balance $20 monthly. EASTON A
ELDBIPgE. * jel 6t*
LARGE HOUSE: 9 ROOMS: AND LOT 75x
li 100, with stables: corner lot : suitable for hog
or chicken ranch; Twentieth aye. and Eighth st.
Inquire MRS. REIN FT KLD, Twentieth aye.. bet.
I and J s:s.. South San Francisco. m>*26 12t»
< OK SALE— 25x114, SUNNY SIDE OF
" street, bet. Castro and Noe sts., at a sacrifice.
Address owner, box I 13. Call Branch Office.m2B ti
(Hi " .MONTHLY BUYS A $400 LOT. 60x125;
V«J $15 monthly bins a new* 6-room cottage In
Berkeley, w. a. C a iv ELL. 415 Jlontgo'y. 13 tf
'I'O THOSE WHO PAY RENT— IN 10 YEARS
1 at $25 1 er month you will pay $3000 in rent:
what will you have to show* for It ? Now. listen to
this; for $500 cash we will buy a lot and build you
a fine cottage complete and ready for occupancy
in any neighborhood you may select, up to $3000,
and furnish plans: balance payable same as rent:
above $3000 in same proportion; If you owu a lot
no cash required. The Home Building Company,
12 Montgomery st. "my 14 lm
i'LEGANT NEW HOUSES ON EASY TERJIS;
A situated 011 Castro St.. nr. 21st; Market-st.
cable-cars pass the door: contain 8 rooms and
bath; porcelain tubs; hot-air furnaces: 3 tile
mantels and all the latest Improvements: fine city
and marine views: bouses open for Inspection. 1 4 tr
C|lo THE LADIES— BEAUTIFUL IIOJIE; 5
1 rooms, bath and laundry: finished attic; high
basement; for sale on 930 a month Installments;
142 San Jose road, below Electric Power House:
cars pass down. 1 promise to pay any lady $00
who shall bring a buyer for the property. H. B.
SCHMUCRERT. my2B 7t*
Cj "I ') r, A LARGE LOT IN BERKELEY, 75x
Cl'loo. 244 from street to railroad; $25
cash. $15 inoutt.lv.
$250— Lot 26x126; $10 cash. $5 monthly.
(600— Corner on railroad. 48x100.
$500— Lot 50x100; near station.
$1200— Corner: 91x100: $50 cash, $20 monthly.
CHAS. A. BAILEY. owner. 20 Montgomery st.3 tf
(J.! A A MONTH WILL BUY A HO IN SAD-
iIT-H' salito. FJ. D. SPARROW. 64O Jlarket-apl tf
ft-il'lOn Ml ' ST BE SOLD; MAKE AN
11'ilU. offer: Capp st., near Twenty-second;
modern bouse. 8 rooms, bath; 22x122:6. w. H.
CRIM «1- On.. 113 -Montgomery St. myl_ FriSuTutf
ft 17" li CALIFORNIA ST., GILT EDGE
'_ J I • iV . lot: sunny side, near Hroderlck St.:
size. 27:0x132:71/8 'eet: street paved and ac-
cepted; any one desiring this choice building lot
should apply immediately, as It will be sold 10 per
cent less tnan the price offered ono year ago; for
particulars apply to owner. D. McKEN N A, 317
Jloutgomery St. my 3l 5t
I OB SALFJ— CHEAP FOR CASH, LOT 25X75,
" corner Baker aye. and Strlngham St., within
short distance of streetcar ',live. Address Lot,
box 60. Call office. myl9 tf*
, . ANTED— TO BUY CHEAPOUTSIDFJ LOT OR
loan money on It. 331 Kearny St.. room 6.23 tf
HOUSE OF 3 FLATS FOR SALE; MODERN
imnrovements. 1921 Jlason st. apB tf
COUNTRY - REAL ESTATPJ.
4.) ACRES, ALL CULTIVATED, 30 MILES
— from San Frauclsco, mile from railroad and
boat landing, uew bouse, barn; 700 lrult trees:
2000 currant vines: horses, cows, tools; $4800:
half cash. PACIFIC EXCHANGE. 23 Kearny. »
CON COSTA COUNTY LAND FOR SALE:
send for list. D. J. JYF.ST, Jlartlnez. Cal.je'J lm'
Ij^Oß SALE— A GOOD GRAIN-RAISING RANCH
A of 320 acres, situate! In Solano County, 7 miles
from UlO Vista on the Suisun road, all fenced and
cross-fenced: a large barn and granary, dwelling-
house, null and tank, with a good supply of water.
Apply to J. S. STERN * CO.. Rio Vista. Solano
County, or to W. E. JIURPHY.IO6 Hayes, S.F. lm*
C 10 OR 20 ACRE LOTS IN THE RANCHO
O. COTATL
10,000 acres of tbe best land ln the State for
fruit, vines or general farming, to be sold la any
size lots to suit purchasers, from 5 acres upward;
terms of payment ar'- very easy; the land Is part
level and part gently rolling, and nearly all virgin
soil, as under the late owner's will very little was
allowed to be cultivated ; this ranch Is located be-
tween Petaluma and Santa Rosa, and the railroad
runs through it: freights to the city are very low:
maps and views of the ranch will be furnished
upon application. GAJiAN A LYON or G. T.
TROWBRIDGE, 215 Kearny St. *uiy2ltr
C-IF.AA 90 ACRES MOUNTAIN LAND 5
tffAOVXJ miles from Cailstoga; new house 4
rooms and barn; rock, wire and picket rabblt-
proof rencje; best water, also iron spring; magni-
ficent vegetable garden (all kinds;: J acre In pota-
toes, lrult trees, peanuts: lots large strawberries:
chickens, ducks and 35 Ingllsh rabbits: out-
houses, etc. Address ANNA YOUNG, Cailstoga
House. Cailstoga, CaL my 2B 6t*
, OVERN MEN! LANDS— PERFECTLY LEVEL,
• * rich soil. In fine valley, on railroad. In Califor-
nia: employment at good wages near by; fuel and
water plentiful; many settlers and some fine farms
there now. Send 4 cents ror Information to F". W.
LAKE. 6 Flood building, San Francisco. no2o tf
tjEAUTIFCL 25-ACRE RANCH, ONLY 1 MILE
• » from Cailstoga station: 7 acres in vines and
orchard: some timber; 8-room house, barn, spring
water: everything In strictly first-class condition;
sell or exchange for improved Berkeley property.
Apply MORRISON, Berryman station, Berke-
ley; m3O lot
*T»;l ACRES, ONE-HALF -MILE FKOM TOWN —
• -2 A No. 1 French prune and peach land; nice
cottage, house of 7 rooms; barn, windmill and
tank, etc.: family orchard and five acres table
grapes: a sightly, shady, pretty little borne: a
give-away at $6500. D. 11. TWING, Sonoma
City. Cal. my3o 5t
I i'fi ACRES; UNITED STATES PATENT; ON
XXIV county road: a fine spring at bouse and
running stream of water: 1500 Cord* of standing
wood; fine hunting and fisliing; 80 acres culti-
vable; a chance seldom offered to a working
man; $1600. Get particulars 40 Geary street,
room 7. my 3o 5t
L OR SJIALL FARJIS AND LITTLE HOJIES
i see D. 11. 1 WING, Sonoma City. Cal. mr7 tr
SALE OK EXCHANGE: BARGAIN LIST OF
'land. ANDREW PRICE. Healdsburg, Ca'. 25 tf
DENTISTS.
\ T ROOM 5, FILLINGS 50c. EXT.^ScTpIaTES
•"* and crowns $4: in room 4, my main ofilce,
teeth tilled and extracted palnlesslv by my secret
local method: my dental college will soon close,
so come to room 5: advice free: work guaranteed.
DR. G. W. LEEK, 6 ■ 'Farrell St. my 2 tt
DR. J. J. LEKK, PROPKIEI OR OF LEKK DF.nT
tal College. 1 Fifth St.; no students allowed to
practice on you: all work first class aim reason-
able; consultation free. my.'S tf
I D. A. LUDLI M HILL. 1443 MARKET ST.
» ' near Eleventh: no charge for extracting when
plates are made: old plates made over like new:
teeth from $8 per set: extracting SOe :gas given.
fli; 7 PER SET: TO PLEASE OR NO CHARGE;
iff i filling $1; ext. 50c. DR. PERKY, 8 .Mason tf
/IOLTON DENTAL ASSOCIATION. 806 ' JIAR-
\J ket st. DR. CHARLES JV. DECKER. *jeB tf
DR. 11. G. YOUNG— EXTRACTION PAINLESS;
Platework, bridgework. teeth without plates
aspecialty. 18411'olkst. my 14 tr
iVTO PAIN— EXTRACTING OF TEETH MADE
-L> easy; 60c and $1: artificial teeth from $5;
fi ling from $1. CROOJIE Dental Association,
759 Market SL. bet. Third anil Fourth. apl2tf
OJ7 A SET FOR TEETH: WARRANTED AS
•35 I good as can be made: tilling $1. DR. SIMMS
dentist. 930 Jlarket. next Baldwin Theater ocl tf
COXTKACTOKS AM) BUILDERS.
JV LAWRENCE. CARPENTER, BUILDER.
O . 619 Sacramento St.; cabinet work; fitting up
offices promt attended: telephone 900. mr.6 tf
VOR LLP •.IRS, ADDITIONS. ALTERATIONS
J to pioperty, reasonable ratos. stores, office fit-
tlngs. ED ROWLAND, 1622 Powell mrll 3in
QANITARY PLUMBING AND SEWERING. H
O ill I SIIIMIIi'. li*. G. (i. ay.: tel 2368. 93m
— __— _____
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW.
ADVICE FREE ON DIVORCE LAWB, PRa
xA. bate, Insolveuey. collections, damages. Hens,
etc. G.W. HOWE, att'y. 850 Mkt. cor. S.ocktn. Btf
It' DAVIDSON. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. 420
". California St., rms. 14-15; advice free. d 3 tf
RA CROTHERS, ATTORNEY- AT-L A JV, 605
. Clay st. nO 3 tf
THE MORNING CALL, SAN FRANCISCO, FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1893.
OAKLAND REAL ESTATE.
TWO-STORY HOUSE O F^R7)OM.Tr~c7i
i-J ment walk; lot 40x100: must be sold by Sun-
day: price only $1000; *200 down, balance $20
per month. See W. C. MOKAN, 908 Broadway,
Oakland, or l.orln. je2 3t
RARE CHAN'. E-THE FURNITURE OF FlVFJ-
room cottage: complete; consisting of piano,
black walnut batracks, sideboard and bedroom
sets, moquette and Brussels carpet, range and
complete set cooking utensils, dishes, etc.: see
this at once: no reasonable offer re; used. J.S.
MEYERS. 1002 Broadway. Je2 tf
/ i LEN ECHO AUCTION— IN OAKLAND, SAT-
*' unlay, June 3: fine lots: magnlficeut view:
easy terms. WILLIAM J. DINGEE, 460 and 402
M.-hth St.. Oakland. je2 2t
\TTE.ND THE GRAND AUCTION SALE. IN
■t Glen Echo Tract. Oakland. SATURDAY, June
3, at 2 o'clock p. m. on the grounds; beautiful lar_e
lots on easy terms: a flue opportunity to get tbem
cheap. WILLIAJI J. DINGEE, 460 and 402
Eighth St.. Oakland. jc'J 2t
"IF YOU WAN*i* A FINE LOT ATTEND Till
A grand auction sale Saturday, June 3: 33 beauti-
ful lots in Glen Echo Tract, near Piedmont: sale
will be held at 2 o'clock on the ground take Pied-
mont cable-car. WILLIAM J. DINGEE, 460 and
462 Eighth ST.. Oakland. Je*J at
IT! HE BEAUTIFUL GLEN ECHO TRACT?
1 Piedmont, will be sola at auction Saturday.
June 3: don't miss it; magnificent lots; one-fifth
cash. WILLIAM J. DINGFJE, 460 and 462 Eighth
St.. Oakland. Je2 2t
QO-XIJ EACH AND SPLENDIDLY
tffOOX) located lots In the Fanny Davenport
Tract: San Leandro road: only *10 cash; balance
>5 per month. CLOUGH A BAKER, 1002 Broad-
way, Oakland. Cal. no 6 tf cod
INCOME PROPERTY. ~
X $70 per month, $840 per year: this income on
an investment of if 6750; flats, under lease, near
the heart of the city, close to cars and .stares;
always rented. Particulars from W. E. BAR-
NARD A SON, 468 Ninth St. my3o 7t
LOR RENT IN OAKLAND.
I stores, flats, cottages and houses, furnished
or unrurulshed.
Carriages always in waiting to show them. I
have the largest and best list In Oakland.
It you wish to rent call and see me.
J. S. MYERS, Real Estate, 1002 Broadway.
Oakland. uiy3o tf
ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE WARNER
a\ Tract— On last Saturday, J!ay 27, we sold
$52,000 wcrth or the unsold lots at public auction
In the Warner Tract. We were compelled to dis-
continue our salo owing to the lateness of the
our, leavli.g 35 or 40 lots unsold. In order to
close up partnership affairs In this tract, the re-
maining lots will be sold at private sale at auction
prices and auction terms until June 15. after
which the prices will be advanced 10 percent.
All lots 60x150 each; $10 and $20 cash as first
payment, balance at $» and $7 50 monthly.
rices range from $200 to $500 per lot. Those
desiring to purchase suburban lots.no better in-
vestment can be found. Write, or call upon for
full particulars.
JI. J. LAYJIANCE A CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS and
LAND AUCTIONEERS,
466 EIGHTH ST., OAKLAND.
my2o Ist
fl-in (\f\il A 15-KOOJI JIODERN DOUBLE
•(J-lW.lrL*'". flat at Golden Gate Park, San
Francisco, to exchange for Oakland or Alameda
property. Apply to WOODWARD & CO., 902
Broadway, Oakland. my"7 7t
ffiJlT^O A NEW * AND JIODERN 4-ROOJI
tip 1 I uv. cottage with bath and good lot: wed
located; near cars to San Francisco and electric
tiue: terms only $100 cash and $15 per month.
Apply at once to WOODWARD A CO., 902 Broad-
way, land. mj*27 7t
Ql ONE DOLLAR DOWN". ~
iff! A. $I— ONE DOLLAR WEEK.
FOR LOTS, $150 EACH. NEAR LOCAL
TRAIN. 11. 11. FINNEY, PJVN I
my 24 tf 907 BROADWAY, OAKLAND.
"IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEJIENT.
I JVc are closing out at sacrifice prices the re-
maining lots ln the beautiful
STONE TRACT
on the Oakland, San Leandro and Havwards
Electric Road. These lots are covered with fruit
trees, and are the choicest In the entire tract.
Call at and Improve this opportunity to secure a
bargain. A. H. BREED __ CO., 460 Ninth st.
Oakland. iny2l tf
fl; 1 (V CASH AND 162/ 3 CENTS PER DAY OR $5
tjr J-' ' per month will buy a lot in the Gem Tract,
only 600 feet from the San Leandro Electric-car
line, and near Seminary aye. PRATT * Co., 459
Ninth St.. Oakland. ja29 tf
A WEEK'S NEWS FOR 5 CENTS — THE
WEEKLY CALL, In wrapper, for mailing.
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ALAMEDA REAL ESTATE.
"] PER CENT INVESTMENT; NEJV 5-ROOM
IV cottage. $2600: $500 cash: $35 per month;
lots from $100 and upward: easy terms. J. H.
YOCNG. real estate agent and house-builder, 1243
Park st,. Alameda. my2B tf
Q] AAA EACH*. 6 LOTS, 60x203: A RARE
affix XJXIXJ chance: call early; $4000, new 8-room
house: $42011, new 9-room house; examine my
list of bargains: house to let. T. F. BAIRD. Jlor-
ton station, narrow-gauge. my 27 7t
<C;9AA CASH, BALANCE $20 PER .MONTH;
li a-\J XJ lot *_st]*-0: new cottage of 5 rooms and
bath; 2 blocks from station: price $2100. N0.339.
$3150— Lot 32:6x120: new cottage of 5 rooms
and bath: near Park st; $500 cash, balance $30
per month. No. 376
$3700— Lot 25x150: 2-story house of 7 rooms
and bath; on Alameda aye.; $300 cash, balance
$35 per mouth. No. 314.
$4200— Lot 50x149: cottage or 6 rooms and bath:
pleasing location, between both railroads: $500
cash; balance $S5 per month. No. 221.
$7000— Lot 50x140: new 2-story bouse of 9
rooms and bath: all modern Improvements: $1500
cash; balance $50 per month. No. 1188
Choice lots for sale ln all parts of Alameda:
bouses to rent and money to loan: houses built
to suit purchasers, only 10 per cent down, easy
monthly payments, by H. P. MOREAL A 00., Park
St., Alameda; 402 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
, my 24 tf
(£>! it MONTHLY - BUYS A $425 LOT IN ALA-
?7i I I' meda. E. D Sparrow. 610 Jlarkct.apll tf
BERKELEY REAL ESTATE.
VERY ClfEXp-^sWirisTTTIoUSK: 5 KO IMS.
V bath; corner lot 125x135. DOUGLAS, owner,
2800 Gfaryst , San Francisco. Tel 3t*
ASTROLOGY. ' •
MJIE. LEMANDA; MEDIUM, 131 ST.:
11l reveals past, present and future; fee 25c. 2 3*
MRS. NELSON TOLD FROJI HEAD TO
cards, past, present, future. 425 Bush St.,
the Bedford House. Jel 7t*
MJIE. JIOREAU. 73 FOURTH ST.— FORTUNE-
teIIer. clairvoyant, life-reader: fee 25c. 28 8t«
MME. DR. ATLANTA. THE HIGHLY CELE-
brated business and test medium, tells entire
life from cradle to grave; every hidden mystery
revealed; brings bacg love and uniting the sep-
arated: names future husband or wife: tells con-
dition ot every organ lv your body: locates your
disease: tells cure; has no equal. 323 Taylor, near
O'Farrell: hours 9 a. m. to 9p. m. : open Sunday:
letters answered: $1 upward: by mall, $2. my2s tf
\IRS. WILSON, 11 SEVENTH, PAST,
lit present, future; ladles 50c. gents $1. 11 3m
\1 ME. SCHMIDT. FROJI VIENNA-MOST RE-
''l nowned: revealing lire's future events: ladles
$1, gents $2, by mall $3. Office 860 Mission. 3o 6m
PALMISTRY: ENTIRE LIFE REVEALED; LA-
flles $1. gents $1 50. 213 Jlason st. mr22 Iyr
MME DR. ANNA THOMAS TELLS ENTIRE
lite; past, present, future; fee $1. 30 Kearny. tf
\\ JIE. EXODIOUS, CLAIRVOYANT, HAS RE-
I'l moved to 00:, Mission st : fee 50c. oe'iltt
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SPIRITUALISM.
MRS. FIX, EDIU^iTsTttI^GS DAILY." 412
Taylor aye., 2d-ave. station. Alameda. 26 7t«
T ADY MAGNETIC HEALER, TEST MEDIUM.
1 ' dreams Interuretud. 1203 Jl'ket. rm. 2.m7 lm
'
_ clairvoyants.
M MX. ACL AIBVOYANT.LIFE READ
er; terms moderate 628n Howard st. my 23 tf
MRS. ANTHONY. CLAIRVOYANT, CARD
reader: lad lea 25c. gents SOe 248 Third. 9 lm
VOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS.
j I, OK SALK-^2"cdLUMl|Ta (CUSHION TIRES)
> safeties, model '91. in good condition; a great
bargain. For particulars and price call after 6
p. M. H. KLEIN. 1623 Post st. _Je2 2t*
/-'HEAP-COJIFLETE THRASHING OUTFIT.
N ' Inquire D. J. RING, 1916 Union st. my 8 07."
£> 1A (I BICYCLE FOR SALE CHEAP; $1760.
•ffA IxJ' 329 Golden Gate aye. 3 6in
SHOWCASES. BAR. STORE, OFFICE Fl_t
O tures. Scheerer's Pioneer Store,2s 10th. 13 12m
SHEPIIARD'S FOOT POWER LATHES. PLAN-
kJ crs. drill-press machine tools. 667 Jllssion. tf
pOUNTERS, SHELVING, BAR OUTFITS,
" showcases, office llttlngi. new, second band atores
offices fitted up to order on short notice: casb or
easy terms. J. NOoNAN',IOI7 to 1023 Jllssion
St., above sixth; open evenings, mrlotf
pOOD THRASHING ENGINE FOR SALE. AF.
vlply 1525 Park St., Alameda. ap2s tf
DOMESTIC SEWING- Jl ACH Fnl_7new STYLE;
a bargain: warranted: only Sib. THE s.
FULL CO.. 29 New Montgomery st. a: 16 tf
CAA SECOND-HAND CARI'EIS: ALL SIZES
•Jxixl and shapes; tapestry and body Brussels: as
good as new: very cheap. J. NOONAN, 1017-1023
M'sslon St., above Sixth, mrlO tf
CAFE, SCALE, LETTER - PRESS, STORE
O truck and money till; cheap. 102 Clay. au7 tf
SECOND-HAND BOILERS, ENGINES, PUMPS,
O shafting, pulleys, belting, water-pipes, etc, ■■*■
de 4 tf MCINTOSH A WOLPMAN, 137 Beaie st.
HOUSES TO LET.
(_^7PCWKLL-B~N ICli~RlJOJlisrit^'Tr«^24.
•'A I je*- 6t*
*)A* GILBERT. OFF BRYANT— 3 ROOJIS; $9;
2-'X'£ rear house 4 rooms: $_.. je2 3t»
A Q FRAME HOUSFJ, 2 KO'iJls, SUITABLE
«_ O. for housekeeping: 5 Sellna place, north side
California St., below Stockton; water tree; quiet
and respectable neighborhood: key at No. '_'.
BUCKINGHAM A CO., 415 Moutgumery St. jel tf
0 HOUSES. 7 KOOMS FJACH, AND 3 FLATS. 5
£ and 6 rooms. 416 Seventh. myi.o 7t*
1 llftQ MISSION— TO LEI', NEW BAY-WIN-
-LUUO dow bouse; 20 rooms. roy2B Bt*
Ho USE OF 3 KOOJIS, WITH STABLE. 662
Natoma St.; $8. _myl9 tf
Ofl 1 GEARY'— HOUSE 12 ROOMS; VACANT
_iL 1 June 1. Inquire 211 Geary st. my2B 7t*
I i. DG I NO-HOUSE: 433 LARKIN ST.: 2
La Doors; 14 rooms and bath. O. F. YON RHEIN
A CO.. 513 California st. my 27 7t
/ 'ALL AND GET A LIST OF OUK VACANT
" house circular, containing list of houses to let
and to lease; issued weekly. G. 11. UMBSEN &
CO.. 14 Jlontgomery St. my 10 tt
Iff FOURTH — FURNISHED LODGING-HOUSE
J- l to let; 32 rooms. ap27 tr
J-iIC 2724 MISSION-7 ROOMS AND HAUL
<"-<->. W. li CRIJI A- C 0.,: 18 Montgomery, tr
COTTAGES TO LET.
/'OTTAGE, 4 ROOMS. 121 SILVER ST., LET.
_J '1 bird and Fourth. _je2 3t*
SUNNY COTTAGES 4 AND 5 ROOMS, BATH
O basement, yard. Cor Dolores and l.'iih. m'-6 8*
FURNISHED HOUSES.
T\-~A7rT~ED-FOi; FEW WEEKS, BY~DEsTI.-
-*' able tenant, furnished cottage. 5 or 6 rooms:
location near park or N. of Jlarket st. For par-
ticulars see E. A, CRENNAN, 626 Market st.jl 3t*
J?URN ISHED SUNNY FLAT OF 4 ROOMS;
U rent $20. Apply 1910 Folk st. jel 3t«
HOUSE OF 7 FURNISHED ROOMS; RENT
$22; furniture $100. 325 Jessie st. jel lit*
a-A~ FURNISHED HOUSE OF 7 rooms,
tffrlO. bath: water free. Apply 325 Fifth. lll29 tf
•s_*>")j' PARLOR; BEDROOM: DINING-ROOM;
•i_.--0. sewing-room; bath; kitchen: all neces-
saries: no children. 1917 Geary st. iny2B Tt*
LURNITURE FOR SALE OF UPPER BAY-
• window 6-roon el flat: will keep 2 rooms and
rent flat for $4. 632 V_ Elizabeth, nr. Castro, in J2 tt
-»»——»——»—-—»»——»■_——————■ _~M _—_—————-———__, — __—__,
FLATS TO LET.
LOWER FLAT; 5 KOOJIt_r"ITEY~333
0 Eddy St. je2 tf
ftlt NICE SUNNY FLAT. * ROOMS AND
«£) 10. good basement 118 Clara si. , near
Fourtn. je2 3t"
r,lf\l GEARY — FLAT KOOMS; KENT $16.
0 1 Vi je2 2t*
01 SILVER, BETWEEN SECOND AND THIRD
—J- 3 unfurnished rooms; cheap. je27t*
TO LET— FLAT 6 ROOJIS AND BATH. 118
Ninth st. je2 tf
37s THIRD— UPPER SUNNY FLAT OF~3
•JO rooms; large yard; rent $12; water free-
key upstairs. jo 2 7t*
L-LAT-5 ROOJIS: FURNITURE FOR SALFJ:
" line marine view; $15. 2614 Folk st. je2 31*
C_9fl 4 LARGE ROOMS; BATH. 2037 MlS-
<_, Z.V . slop; key In grocery, cor. Sixteenth.]! 3*
/ .HEAP RENT— 6-ROOM FLAT, WOOD JIAN-
XJ tels, tlie hearth. 519 oak St.. bet. Buchanan
and We ster. jel tf
I. LAI— S ROOJIS, BATH: 6i_ LEWIS ST..
1 bet. Sutter aud Post, oil Taylor; $23. Key 28
Lewis st. jel 3t*
"1 Q9QI SACRAMENTO— UPPER FLAT OF 8
1 O—ij'i rooms: door open; rent $18. iny3l 3t*
9 FLATS— I 3 ROOJIS, Ji': 1 4 BOOHS. $7:
_J small yards and water free; Elm aye., rear of
1512 Golden Gate aye. my 3o 7t
FFIK FLAT OF 6 LIGHT AND SUNNY
rooms: bath. Apply 108 lurk st. my 3o 7t*
P. LARGE SUNNY ROOJIS AND BATll: KENT
0 »20. 1115 Jackson St., above. Jlason. 30 7t»
')-(> THIRD - UPPER SUNNY FLAT' OF 3
Oi.'U rooms; large yard: rent $12; water iree:
key upstairs. my 30 4t*
"mil 4 SUNNY FRONT ROOJIS; UNFl'K-
iff 1 J. • nished. Apply 911 Folsom st , near
Fifth. my3o tf
ftIO IOWERPARTOF 16 ELLIOT PARK,
ifflO. off Stelner, near Geary; 3 large rooms,
yard and cellar; marble mantels. Inquire 1911
Geary st. my 29 7t*
D|lQ 0 ROOJIS AND BATH; WATER FREE;
»_? JO. Seventh st. App'y 326 Fifth. my 29 tf
Qi Aii 114 MCALLISTER ST.— ROOMS AND
■CiV/. batli. ASHION A GARDINER, 411
Montgomery st. my__7lst
C|oo. *X.n 730 VALENCIA ST. —7 ROOJIS
iffO£.*>V. and bath, large basement, garden
and stable. ASHTON A GARDINER, 411 Jtont-
gomery st. my 2 7 7t
Oj t\ Z. 836b HOWARD ST.— l2 ROOJIS AND 2
iffOO. baths. ASHTON A GARDINER, 411
Montgomery st. ' my 27 7t
') UPPER FLATS: LATEST IMPROVEMENTS:
— 7 and 5 rooms and batb. MC cor. Howard
and Twelfth st. : key In comer. my 23 7t*
.) UPPER SUNNY FI.AI LATEST IMPTS. 929
-• Gulden Gate aye. and 25 Birch. ofT Larkln.2B 7*
<J>97 IX(-| 415% GROVE— FINE FLAT OF 6
•iV —. I -Ox i . rooms and batb. my 27 7t*
fflj 1 C NICE SUNNY FLAT: 4 ROOMS AND
-qT 10. bath. Key at 402 Ninth st. |my2o tt
L'49?s SACRAMENTO ST. — FLAT OF 3 ROOMS
OZ.O to let, $11. my 2l 14t«
L-LAT 4 ROOMS WITH HALL TO KITCHEN;
F $13. 134 Erie St. ap3o tf
UPPER FLAT 4 ROOMS; BATH ALSO LOWER
Kj flat 5 rooms. Key .133 Eddy st. np23_tf
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS.
Ql Q FOURTH— FRONTFDRNISHKDSUITES;
010 housekeeping and other rooms. je2 2t*
QOt; LARKIN— 2 OR 3 Si'NNY~ROOMS FUR-
-o_-i*l nlshed for housekeeping. * je2 4t*
1100 l HOWARD — FRONT SUNNY SUITE
1 I — < 2 for light housekeeping; batb:cbcap.2 5*
(")' THIRD— A SUNNY FRONT SUITE FUR-
XJ2-.O nlshed complete for housekeeping. je2 '_t*
HOUSEKEEPING OR OFFICE KOOJIS. 1004
Jlarket, je2 2t*
JlvQ CLEMENTINA; NR. SIXTH— 2 ROO.MS
*1L)0 complete for housekeeping: $12. *
'1 1 li JESSIE, BET. FOURTH AND FIFTH— 2
IV sunny rooms complete for housekeeping. *
01 NATOJIA— 2 SUNNY Rooms. FURNISHED
Ol or unfurnished, for housekeeping. je3 3t*
,-,IQ MINNA— 'J LARGE ROOJIS FOR HOUSE-
OAO keeping, $13. ]e3 2t«
1 KQ'-l CLAY — LARGE BAY-WINDOYV ROOJI
I VOO iii private family. jel st*
jQf_9 l MISSION - SUNNY, BAY - WINDOW,
OU-ij furnished housekeeping rooms, jel st*
I A')Q. MARKET— HANDSOME. SUNNY SUITE
I rxACiO and kitchen for housekeeping, jel 3t*
f!A9 ' UCHANAN-2 OK 3, "URN ISHED OR
l)U-i partly, sunny rooms; cheap, jl 4t*
-I (\e\ NEW~ MONTGOMERY — NICELY FUR-
AVO nlshed housekpg suites, $10. $9, $7. jel 2*
A') A TEHAMA-FURNISHED HOUSEKEEP-
■j— Tt ing rooms; $8; suites from $10; range,
sink. "_ jel '_t*
p.*] Q ELLIS — NICELY FURNISHED SUNNY
010 housekeeping rooms; prvlate family; gas;
bath. niy3l St*
1 II WELSH. OFF FOURTH— NICELY FUR-
-L ' " nlshed rooms for housekeeping; yard;
cheap. my 3 l '3t«
1 'IP, SEVENTH-2 SUITES OF SUNNY FRONT
XOOrooms, furnished for housekeeplng:cheati.3*
Qjft MISSION — NICE SUITE OF HOUSE-
V 1 V keeping and sunny bav-wlndow rms. 30 st*
Ql Q HOWARD— BEDROOM AND KITCHEN
Ox ij furnished for housekeeping: cbeap.myllOtt
1 1 ")A NINETEENTH SI., U'_ BLOCKS EAST
1. l-.Uot Castro-st. cars— Neat kitchen, with
sink, bedroi m plainly furnished: useof washtubs:
in private American tamlly; rent reasonable to
permanent tenant. • mv'_ 9 tf
' ROOMS TO LET.
"19| 71 PACIFIC. NEAR LEAVENWORTH—
i_*j I I 2 Large front room, furnished or unfnr-
ulshcd. _e__st*_
(i')f) FOLSOM— SUNNY FURNISHED ROOKS;
VA2.V fine house; large grounds; also house-
keeping. le2 3t*
ft9Q HOWAKD-NTCELY FURNISHED DoS
XiXLO ble and single rooms: g:s: bath. je2 3;*
Ml 7 OEARY— LARGE ALCOVE ROOM; ALSO
''A I 2in rear, if B and $4, for working. 2 3t*
"I £s(l9 HOWARD, COR. FOURTEENTH—
J XjVZj tenements of 3 and 4 rooms: cheap.2 Tt*
Ol COLUMBIA, FACING FOLSOM-ST. PARK—
Ot Sunny suite 2 furnished rooms. je2 st*
1 r\f|Q LEAVENWORTH^ KR. JACKSON— 3
1 t>\lQ tunny unfurnished, with water; $8. *
000 MARKET - NICE SINGLE ROOM; $7*
Quo large room and kitchen. $12. je2 3t*
__Qft MINNA-LARGE SUNNY FURNISHED
ToU front room with use of kitchen, $10; a'so
single sunny frout room. $5. ' »
499 FRANKLIN-3 OR 4 SUNNY. NICELY
rte-iiA furnished rooms for housekeeping. le*. 21*
1 07 FOWELL-LARGE FURNISHED ROOJI
I V I running water, grate, closet, rent $10; use
or kitchen; another room, $6. ' *
111* EIGHTH ST.-SUNNY UNFURNISHED
ill) rooms; cheap. - - ■ ■ j"2 'Jt*
r\*~) SFJCOND-NICELY FURNISHED KOOJIS
O-J from $1 to $4 per week. «
LM GOLDEN GATE AYE. — LARGE SUNNY
Ua front rooms; suitable for 1 or 2; cheap. . » -
("I A TAYLOR, Nit. GEARY— LARGE SUNNY
a Art suite; simile rooms: furnished and in -
nished; new house: new furniture: batb. je2 st*
9. /* SEVENTH— SIN'. LIU FURNISHED SUN-
+a* Vny front room: also large front roo ". *
Q4IC FIFTH— FURNISHED' HOUSEKKEPINi.
OL.O flats or unfurnished; $10. $!•_■; single $6. *
O'lO POST-SUITE AND SINGLE ROOMS.
__,_,t_) with nloe closets; gas; cheap. je'j it* .
ROOMS TO LET-CONTINUED.i ÜBS
1 SCi'-i. FOWELL— LARGE AND SMALL SUN-
i- "tv/O ny rooms: furnished: reasonable. jel tf
OOfi MCALLISTER — NICELY' FURNISHED
OOV bay - window, sunny front suites; also
single. ■ jel 7t»
7"I 1 STOCKTON— NICE FURNISHED ROOMS
* i-J. for housekeeping; $12 per month, jel 3t*
9 SEVENTH— SUNNY FURNISHED FRONT
room; $8. jel 2t*
Cm- SUNNY SINGLE FURNISHED ROOM.
<_J V. 2 Rose lace, oil 224 Taylor. jel lit*
9QJQ SIXTEEN "i 11. COR. CAPP-NICE SUN-
—Q~±'.) ny front room tor lor 2 persons, jel 3t*
17 POLK— SUNNY FRONT, DOUBLE OR SIN-
A 1 trie rooms: also housekeeping. my3l 3t
'IXljO SUTTER— FURNISHED SUNNY
— OVO rooms: gents prelerred; reasonable.3o tf
1 'Jf' SEVENTH— NICELY FURNISHED SIN-
-1 «»U gie; front rooms: $1 week my3l 3t*
1 I A Q S : TIER, COB. POLK-SUNNY HooJIS:
L HO oflices: otherwise: $i to $25; transient.
QRQ HOWARD — THE ORLANDO —N I Wi..
VOV furnish d sunny rooms, single aud en
suite; reasonable: transient from 50c to $1. 30 7t
OnX HYDE— 3 OR 4 BUNNY UNFURNISHED
OVO rooms; reasonable: rererences. mySO st*
Qf*l9 MONTGOMERY— LARGE NEWLY FUR-
i '"— nisbejl rooms; $1 50 wrek; $5 month.3o 5*
KflC POWELL— FRONT and BACK
•i-M'U rooms: private faintly ; reasonable. 30 6t*
9(1 1 MCALLISTER— ELEGANTLY 'FURNISH-
_c_ led sunn) suites for 2or 3 gentlemen. 29 st*
> ) I 7 GEARY— UNFURNISHED ROOMS, SUIT-
— II able fi.r business: rent reasonable. m2B 7i*
MO SEVENTH— SUITE AND SINGLE .'UK.
-Ltr-j nlshed lor light housekeeping. my 4 lmo
1 00-J DUPONT— FURNISHED ROOMS;
-___-0— sun ail day; rent $5 and $6. iny'27 lOt*
L'RONT SINGLE ROOJI Foil (JENT'LFJjTan
i to let in privats family. Address 51. L.. box
56, this offlee. my 24 tr
"\7-OSFJMITE HOUSE, 1045 MARKET, BET
-I Sixth and Seventh— single and suites; per
night. 35c to $1; per week. $1 50 to $5; fauil-
Hes. Api ly
•VAlt FOLSOJI— NICELY FURNISHED FLOOR
I VII 4 rooms, to small family: rent $15. 21 t*
7 J «_> POST— LARGE SUNNY BAY-WINDOW
• I «> room; single or an suite. my2l tf
ARLINGTON HOUSE. 127 KEARNY— PLEAS-
C\ ant sunny rooms, en suite and single: tlrst-
class in every respect: terms reasonable jalO tf
77 7 jiakket — furnished rooms FOR
I I I housekeeping and olflces; cheap. mv*7 lm
Ql - GEARY —Handsomely furnished
OAt) parlor suite; also .front and back sunny
rooms; all modern improvements: reasonable 6 lm
.1-91 GEARY (RICHELIEU HO USE)— NEWLY
---2 renovated; sanitary plumbing; touristsa
specialty: transient: rooms day. week, month, ly
TUB HUGHES— THIRD ST.— A NEW
I fiist-ciass lodging-house; prices 50c per night:
$2 per week and upward; opeu all night R.
HUGHES. tf
* JVEEK'S NEWS FOR 5 CENTS — THE
-\- WEEKLY CALL. In wrapper, for mailing.
BOARDING AND BOOKS.
ft J 9 FOLSOM —^TcrTTLnJ^"^in?RMtnTHD
U'l—. rooms, with hoard: bath: yard. an3o tf
STORES TO LET.
QTORE AT 10 EAST ST. ; FIXTURES FOR
O sale. Apply Albany Brewery. ji-2 3t*
qr_|" X ' STORE WITH loom AND FIX
tffX-O. tures. Apply 325 Fifth st. jel tr
CTORE TO LET— STORE WITH DWELLING
i -J .506 Howard et. my 31 tt
(Sjm- FINE LARGE STORE. JYITH FlX-
*ff"'o. tures. suitable for a grocery. Apply 325
Fifth st. my 29 tf
rpO LEASE— NEW STORE AND BASEMENT;
1 1429 -Mission st. electric line: each 26x65:
concrete Hour in basement; line show-windows;
rent reasonable: owner wilt lease as a whole or
will partition Into 2 stores If necessary. Apply to
I*. C. JIoLI.nY, 138 Jloiit.go.m_ry st. my'_B 7t
Qt\i\ NEW STORE ON NOE ST., NEAR
iff IV. Market. my2B 81*
Al l' FOURTH ST.— STORE WITH ROOM. IX
-Jf" rear: suitable tor any small business. G.H.
UMHSI'iN A I'"., 14 Jlontgomery St. «p25 tt
ASSESSMENT NOTICES.
KTOTICE OF ASSESSMENT-SILVER HILt
x\ Mining Company. Location or principal place
or business, San Francisco, California. Location
of w..r*s, Gold Hill, Story County. Nev.
Notice is hereby given, tnat at a meeting of the
Board of Directors, held on the 29tb day of May
1893, an assessment, No. S3, of 5 cents per share
was levied upon the capital stock or the corpora-
tion, payable Immediately t. United States gold
coin, to the Secretary, at ths omce of the com-
pany, 79 Nevada Block, No. 309 Montgomery st„
San Francisco, California.
Any stock upon which this assessment shall
remain unpaid on the sth day of Ju.y. 1893. will
be delinquent, an*] advertised for sale at public
auction; ami unless paymr tls made before will
be sold ou FRIDAY, the 2Sto day of July, 1893. to
pay the delinquent assessment together with the
costs of advertising and expenses of sale. By
order of the Hoard of Directors,
D. C HATES. Secretary.
Office. 79 Nevada Flock, 309 Montgomery street,
San Francisco. California. my3o td
A LTA SILVER MINING COMPANY— LOCA-
-V tion of principal place or business. Sin Fran
Cisco, CaL; location or works. Gold 11111 JHulng
District, Storey County. Nev.
Notice Is hereby given thst at a meeting of the
Board of Direct. .rs held on lhe twenty-tilth (25th)
day of April, 189 i, an assessment (No. 43) or
fifteen cents (15c) per share was levied upon the
capital stock of the corporation, payable imme-
diately In United States gol i coin to the secre-
tary at the oftice of the company, room 33. Ne-
vada block. No. 309 Jlontgomery st., San Fran-
cisco, Cal.
Any stock upon which this assessment shall re-
main unptid on Wei lay. the thirty-first (31st)
day ot Jiay. 1893, will be delinquent and adver-
tised for sale at public auction: and unless pay-
ment Is made before/ will oe sold on WEDNES-
DAY, the twenty-first (21st) day of June. 189.L to
pay the delinquent assessment, together with
costs of advertising and expenses of sale. Uj
order of the Board of Directors.
' L. OSUORN, Secretary.
Office— Room 33, Nevada block. No. 309 Mont-
gomery St., Sau Francisco. Cal.
POSTPONEMENT.
Notice is hereby given that at a meeting 'of the
Board or Directors or the above-named company
held this day at the office of the company, room
33, Nevada block. 309 Jlontgomery street, In this
city, tbe date of delinquency in ofllce of assess-
ment No. 43 was postponed until WEDNESDAY,
the 21st day of June, 1893. and tbe delinquent
sale until WEDNESDAY, the 12th day ot July,
1 93. L. OSBORN, Secretary,
my 27 td Per Peat.
JUSTICE MINING COMPANY-LOCATION OF
O principal place of business, San Francisco. Cal-
ifornia; location of works. Gold Hill, storey
County, Nevada.
Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of the
Board of Directors, held on the fifteenth (15tb)
day of May. 1893, an assessment (No. 54) of ten
(101 cents per share was levied upon the capital
stock of the corporation, payable immediately iv
Unit d States gold coin, to the Secretary, at the
office of tlio company, rooui 23, Nevada block, 309
Montgomery stre»t. San Fr_ncisco, California.
aii) stock upon which tins assessment shall re-
main unpaid on the nineteenth (19th) day of
June, 1893. will be delinquent and advertised for
sale at public auction, and unless payment is made
before wil be sold on FRIDAY, the seventh (7tti)
day of July, is. 3, to pay the delinquent assess-
ment, together with costs of advert and ex-
penses of sale By order of the Hoard of Directors.
R. K. KELLY, Secretary.
Office— Room 23. Nevada block, 309 Jloutiromery
street. Sat* Francisco, California. mylO ta
CONSOLIDATED NEW YORK MINING COM-
XJ pany— Location or principal place of business,
San Francisco, California.* 1 . cation of works',
Gold Hill, Storey Count;, Nevada.
Notice is hereby given that at a meeting ot the
Board of Diiectors. held on the twelfth day of
May. 1893, an assessment (No. 10) of ten cents
( 10. ) per share was levied upon tho capital stock
of the corporation, payable immediately ln I luted
States gold coin, to the Secretary, at the oftic c of
the company, room 97, Nev-da block. No. 309
Montgomery street. San Francisco. Calirornla.
Any stock upon which this assessment shall re-
main unpaid on the sixteenth day o: June, 1893,
will be delinquent, and advertised for sale at pub-
lic auction: and unless payment is made before,
will be sold on JI"NI>AY. the tenth day of July.
1893, to pay the delinquent assessment, together
with the costs of advertising and expenses of sale.
By order of the Board ot Directors.
CHAS. E. ELLIOT. Secretary.
Office— Room 79. Nevada block. No. 309 Jlont-
gomery street. Sau Francisco. California, my 13 td
» LPHA CONSOLIDATED MILL AND MINING
rv Company.— Location of principal place of
business. San Francisco, California. Location of
works. Gold Hill, Storey County, Nevada.
Notice Is hereby given that at a meeting or the
Board of Directors held on tbe 10th day of Jiay,
1893, an assessment (No. 11) of ten (10) cents per
share was levied upon tbn capital stock of tbe
corporation, payable Immediately In United
States gold coin, to the secretary, at the ortlce of
the company, room 79. Nevada Block, 309 Mont-
gomery street, san F'ranclsco, California,
Any stock upon which this assessment shall re-
main unpaid on th'> 14th da? of June, 1893. will
be delinquent and advertised for sale at public
auction, and unless payment is made before wilt
be sold on THURSDAY, the Otli day or July, 1893,
to pay the delinquent assessment, together with
costs or adveitlsL and expenses of sale.
By order or thi Board or Directors.
CHARLES E. ELLIOT, Secretary.
Office— Room 79, Nevada Block, 309 Montgom-
ery street, San Francisco, California. myi Itd
OVERMAN SILVER MINING C6li_ Al!4V-t6".
cation of principal piace of business, San Fran-
cisco, Cal.; location ot Wolks, Gold Hill, Storey
County, Nev.
Notice Is hereby given that at a meeting or tbe
Board of Directors, held on the twenty-eighth
(28:b) day if April, 1893. an assessment (No. 67)
of twenty cents ('.Oc) per snare was levied upon
the capital stock of the corp. ration, payable im-
mediately In United States yold coin to the secre-
tary at the office or the company, No. 414 Califor-
nia St., San Francisco. Cal.
Any stock upon wliicb this assessment shall re-
main unpaid ou the second (2d) day of June,
1893. will be delinquent and advertised for ssle
at public auction: aud unless payment is made be-
fore will be sold ou FRIDAY, the twenty-third
(23ii) day of June, 1893. to pay the delinquent
assessment, togetber with costs of advertising and
expenses of sale. By order of the Board of Direc-
tors. GEORGE 1). EDWARDS, Secretary.
Office— No. 414 C»lUoj*bl» Street, San Francisco,
CalUornU. ■ a.aoiu
, „w- »-» _i.irir.iii ■HMtHWff'ai'r
PERSONALS. - i
pUSTAV IJLRICH, SEND YOUR ADDRESS
xl to 565 Jlisslon st., city: Important. je2 3t*
1 iFJST LUNCH AND DINNER IN THFJ CITY
I' every day at the Restauraut Gallhard, Finest,
above Kearny, only 25 cents. je2 2t*
"J - " DV YOUR RUBBER HOSE FOR NEXT SUM- I
' merfrcm FRANK JIcALLISTER.24 Beaie. 2 Urn
ANTED— BY 2 YOUNG GENTLEMEN, Ac-
quaintance of 2 young ladies: object matrl-
mony. Address C. A. R.. box 88, Call Branch. 2t»
VliK SECOND-HAND LEVER I' KIN -
r ing press, with or without type. ROCK El', 702
Montgomery st., cor. Washington. nl 7t*
T> A. TERRY. JI.D.: DISi.ASES OF WOMEN
i- * anil children a specialty. Office, Harrison and
Fourth sis.. San Francisco. jel ly
» T DR. SMITH'S HEALTH INSTITUTE AND
c\ Rheumatic Cure are new and Improved appli-
ances for coring rheumatism, paralysis, bone and
joint troubles. 1513 Buchanan, cor. Geary. -ii 3m
A DVICE FREE ON DIVORCE LAWS, I'll -
c\ bale, Insolvency, collections, damages, lions,
etc. (..yv Howe, att'y, 850 Jtarket, cor. Stockton.
HOLLER, THE BABIES' PHOTOGRAPHER,
cor. Ninth ami Market sts., is giving $-5 pre-
mium each month with 12 children's cabinets, im
CANCER — THE KOEHLER CANCER CURE
V.' CO. is located at 708 Fulton St., S. F. Caxckii.
Tumors or malignant growths are removed with-
out k- ire or caustic: a Guaranteed ct* ie a
specialty: call or semi for circular: consultation
free. [my2B 6m] PHILIP KOEHLER, Jlgr.
<i REAL HAIR SWITCH $2: BANCS MAD OF
.1 natural curl $"_: bangs cut, curled, hair
dressed, 25c; children's Lianas. loo: artistic dress-
ing for pictures LA VERITE, halr-Oresslng ba-
zaar, 1170 Jlarket St., over Maze. my 2B 3m
UALTZ TAUGHT BY A SIMPLE METHOD.
T ' PROF. BUI LOVE. 507 Sutter st m»8 Im
OIANO LESSONS BY GERMAN LADY: 25c.
I- half hour. 931 Market St.. room 32. my 27 3m
pALL AT SYLVAIN SALAJIOVS, 218 POST
V ■' st., for elegant assortment European and Ori-
ental art roods and furniture at low prices: also
choicest brands of teas. my 23 3m
fOJIPI.ETE STOCK, ALL SIZES OF SECON D-
" baud bars, etc., in redwood, Spanish cedar and
walnut can be seen at my premises; they are good
as new except the price; call and see them, J.
NOONAN. 1017-1023 Mission st. above Slith.l6 tf
\\' ANTED— TO DTO KNOW TH AT A DIJIi'LE
" in your cheek or chin can be made in 20 min-
utes; wrinkles and lines of care removed and your
bust Increased 3 times Its natural size in from 5
to 12 weeks: excessive fat removed. DR. CAR-
PENTER. 1346 Jlarket St. nil 20 6m
HENRY ill FSCHJIIDT.SANITARY PLUMBER
and c .slitter; jobbing; 623 Goldeu Gate. Tele-
phone 2368. 14 3m
(• * E. SNOOK. PLUMBERS, ROOFERS
XJ * steam and gas titter. Telephone 1727,
Sacra memo st., near Kearny. inrll 3ni
MACHINE- WHITEWASH CONTRACTS
taken: machines tor sale. 5 Spear st. inrl7 ly
TE YOU SUFFER YYTTH CANCER. ECZEMA,
a syphilis or scrofula send name and address to
P. O. box 305. Oakland. CaL; It will pay you. 19 tr
CINGER SEWING MACHINE, BEST MAKE.
tOwi.rtb $-11). lor $6: iierfect. 416 Taylor.ap ''.' tf
J P. JIcELRuY, ATTORNEY, REMOVED
. from Oakland to 91 Chronicle bldg. mrl2 6m
HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR~~ CAST-OFF
clothing, books, novels; postal. 247 -iti. tr
I p. A SECOND-HAND FRENCH AND GERMAN
i OV plate mirrors and In all sizes and at half the.
price of new ones; all are neatly framed; suitable
tor bars, dressmakers, mantels, etc. J. NOONAN,
1017 to 1023 -Mission st., above Sixth. 16 tf
'ONTENTS OF 3 LARGE ROOMING-HOUSES
" I can be bad In small lots to suit purchasers; car-
pets, bedsteds, par or sets, mattresses, etc. : will
sell for cash or easy payments. J. NOONAN. 1017
to 1023 Jlisslon. above Sixth. 16 tr
HARD TIMES MEAN CLOSE PRICES; IF
going housekeeping pay me a visit: 1 will save
you from $15 to $100 011 an outfit: 1 carry larger
stork than any two stores In city; furniture, car-
pets, linoleum, oilcloth, bedding, mirrors, stoves,
etc.; new* or second hand; easiest terms; lowest
prices. J. NOONAN. 1017, 1019. 1021, 1023 Mis-
slon st.. above Sixth; open evenings 16 tt
L'OLDING BEDS— EXAMINE OUR NO. 2005
" mirrors lar^e plate 18x40: walnut, oat, cherry,
16th century: cash price elsewhere $50: our in-
stallment price reduced to $40; country orders
promptly attended to. JI. FRIEDMAN A CO., 224,
228, 230 ami 306 Stockton st. and 237 Post. tf
HIGHEST PRICE PAID CAST-OFF CLOTH-
Iug. gold, jewelry, books. KLEIN, 109 Slxth.tf
YEW YORK DECORATING CO. OFFERS TO
Is tint rooms In. in $3 up; estimates furnished
on house, sign, fresco painting. 120 Taylor. aplS tf
I.OARDAi CENTRAL FARK RF.STAURANT;
1 * weekly tickets. $2 50. 1191 93 Jlarket.mlO lm
I^LECTRIC.VAPOR AND MEDICATED BATHS;
Ax positive cure Tor rheumatism and lumbago:
reasonable Jlrs Jlanderlein, 1 22 Taylor. myS 3m
V* Ol* CAN BUY AT CASH PRICES, ON EASY
I lustallments. at JI. FRIEDMAN .v CO.'S. 224,
228, 230 and 306 Stockton St. and 237 Post st,
lurniture. carpets, rugs, lace curtains, blankets,
spreads, pictures, mirrors, stoves, etc : also a full
line of dress goods, silks, cloaks, etc. : folding-beds
a specialty; the largest and most complete install-
-1110! t bouse on the coast; open evenings, api tf
/'ET YOUR HOUSE PAINTING. PAPERING,
' decorating and tinting done reasonable at G.
ORSI'S. 25 Montgomery aye. api 6 10m
IX INDOYV SHADES JIANUFACTURFJD TO OR.
** der by WILLIAM JIcPHUN. 11 95 Jlarket.24tf
I ADIKS' CALLING -CARDS ARTISTICALLY
I ' printed; low prices. HoVI.I'. 5:-!'. Commercial,
DRESSMAKERS.
DRESSES STYLISHLY .MADE: FIT
teed: from $850 up._ll9 Stockton. m >••_»■_ if
I ADIES' AND CHILDREN'S' DRESSMAKING,
i -homeurday.MßS.oYVF:NS,3:iln Eddy.m
1 (U)^i JACKSON LA METHOD. II 1'
1 VVO guaranteed without trying 0:1. my 18
L* ASHION ABLE DRESSMAKING; SUIT S
1 $3 50 up, 514i/!_ Leavenworth st. myl2 3m
TAILOKSYSTEJI TAUGHT: SUITS $5 UP: KIT
guaranteed: 115 Kearny. Miss Gllllgau. r. 15. 1y
MRS. DAVIES, DRI SSMAKER, MOVED
from 439 Elfth to 942 Howard. myloini
1 YRESSMAKING— GENT' AND LADIES PLAIN
1' sewing and repairing. 1006 Hyde st my 6 3m
DRESSJIAKING at "home OK BY DAY;
I ' first-class fitter. 37 Ninth St. my 4 Sin
"I ATEST STYLE; PERFECT FITTING SUITS
lx very iv sonable. 122 Murphy building. mr9 6m
DRESS AND CLOAKMAKING AT HOME OR
day; ."J. JIBS. A.C.ALLEN'. 142 7th. r. 9.
CHILDREN BOARDED.
LADY WISHES lOR 2 CHILDREN TO BOARD;
J mother's care. 366 Jllnna St. -|e2 3t»
T ADY WOULD LIKE 1 ok 2 CHILDREN TO
II board; mother's rare. 750 Howard mv3l 6t*
LOST.
I OST — JIAY^o7^A^MXLIT^OinrXo(jKET\
I I valued asa girt. The finder will be suitably
rewarded by returning the same to FRANK E.
SMITH, Main Postoffice. *
lOST— FROM ELLIS AND JIARKET TO
XJ Golden Rule Bazaar, a package of black lace.
Please leave at Call Branch Office: reward. *
I OST— GOLD-HEADED CANE, MONO.R AM
'J YY .a. 0. Finder please return to 525 M.>ut-
gomery st. and receive reward. ie2 3t
J OST— A PASSBOOK WITH THE HIBERNIA
J J Savings and Loan Society of San Francisco, in
the nameoi MARGARET O'DONN"ELL,NO.BO.294.
The tinder will please return to bank. jel M*
EDUCATIONAL.
GBRUSO. TEACHER OF MANDOLIN AND
. guitar: lessons 50 and 75c. 947 a Mission.
piANOAND VOCAL LESSONS, $3 TO $5 PER
I month. MRS. JIcDONALD.I3S Larkln. m 12 3 111
SCHOOL. CIVIL, MINING. MECHANICAL,
electrical engineering, surveying, architecture,
assaying: es '64. VAX DER NaILLEN. 723 Market
"\ I ERCANTILE COLLEGE. VAN NESS & GOLD- i
-I'l en Gato ayes.; first-class school: prepares for
business, teachers' examinations A universities, tf
PBOF. G. MANSFIELD. TEACHER OF VIOLIN.
A mandolin, lvi tar, banjo. 1535 Polkst. my 10 lj
DRESSMAKING— PRIVATE OR CLASS I.ES-
sons. Address D. M.. box 117 Call Branch, lm«
SPAN! TAUGHT BY LADY DAILY. CALL
from Ito6p. m. 126 O'Farrell st. mriil 3tn
IOLIN". MANDOLIN. 50c PER HOUR. PROF
V L. JIFJRKI, i.128 Valenclast. MrS 3m
VIOLIN. MANDOLIN. BANJO, CELLO, 75c
per lesson, given at pupil's residence. PRO-
FEBSOR FRANCIS, 1128 Valencia st. MrS 3m
LOCUTION THOROUGHLY TAUGHT. LEO
CQQPEK, Sarat'ga Hall. 814 Geary st.ja!3 6:11
GUITAR. PIANO AND VOCAL LESSONS $3
to $5 per month. 39 Fifths;. ja27 6111
PACIFIC BUSINESS COLLEGE, 320 POST ST.:
lI Ie scholarship $75: day and cventnz. oc2i) tf
STORAGE.
PACirIC STORAGE YVAREHOUSE, 301 I
. Stockton: furniture, pianos, etc., stored: est:- i
mates given; luniitiire-muvlng, packing, api 3m !
L'URNIT"RE STORED — WESTERN PLAN
J Roo_.KY.cal. Stor. YVarehouse.72- Mission. 3m
CHEAPS I FURNITURE, ETC.: NEW
/ buitdin*.; money advanced. 231 Third. my 9 3m
STERLING FURNITURE COMPANY. 1039
Marketat.: Eastern plan; low rates. apl9 3m
ill 1 AND 213 LARKIN (SI RATHMORE
Al I ' build i: safe and dry : hair rates.anlS 6m
MONEY TO LOAN.
IT I'ER CENT; CITY LO A •["liiT'ln^LAY.
i '(IST .t WQOLLEY. 4 New Jlontg'r st.ap3'J tf
MONEY AT 6% ON FIRST A 2D MORTGAGES
without delay. MURPHY. 326 Pine. ap.J 6111
MONEY' LOANED. JEWELRY AND OTHER
i'l valuables at the Security Loan Ban-., 1106
Market, nr Jlason: private entrance 7 Turk.. pit tf
TO LEASE,
DOOM YYITH POVnF^;^)L¥ojl?"A^l)^sTpr
it. brick building. ASHTON A. GARDINER, 411
Montgomery st. my. I 1 m
PHYSICIANS.
DR. J. JL HEINIMANN HAS RESUJIED PRAC-
tlce. omco— b()2 Jioatgomery.cr.Jacisoa. lm*
1
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
A. L. Bancroft and wife to Charles A. Schmltr,
lot on JV line of Franklin street, 68:9 N of Pine, N
*__ :i i .. by W 110; $10.
I .1. 1. F'oerderer and wife to James C. Pennie, lot
on W line of Oetavia street, 75 Sof Post, 823 by
>v 77:1: $10.
John J. Jlailsen and wire to Rachel Smith, lot
on N line of Fell street, 150 JY of Scott. YV 25 by
N 137:6: $10.
John Coop and James YV. Smith to Ella Ksplan,
lot on YV line of Clayton street, 133:9 S of Waller,
25 by « 125: $10.
A. Olson and wife :o G. L. YV. Strel. lot on E lino
of Harrison street, 162:6 S of Twenty-first. S 25
by i: 100: *75.
Jacob Heymnn and wife to Jlary A. McComb,
lot on YV line or Hoffman street. 30:0 S of Alvar
ado, S 25 by " 100. Heyman Tract: $10.
- Joseph Baralli and wife to Jacques Sarthou.lot
on S line of Pacific street, 114:7 E of Jlontgnm
ery, E 2- :11 by S £6:9; $10.
D. Henshaw War • t<» A. H. and George R. Bab-
COCk, lot on S line of Clay street, 98 E of Jlason,
E 1:6, S 137:8 YV 46. N 60, FJO:b. N 15, hi 6, N
62:6, subject to a mortgage, quitclaim deed: $10.
Jonn F'iuley and wile to John K. YYitzel, lot on
YY lin-: of Jones street, 63:6 8 of Chestnut. S 27:15
by YY 137:6; $10. „■ •'*• ,_
1. Jlc.Ylauusand wife to August Collenburg. lot
on s\v Hue or Downey street, 211 SE of Bryant,
Si- 24 by SW 75: $10.
John Center and Maria L. Crim et al. to Henry
T. Scott, lot on NE corner of Alameda street and
Bryant avenue, N 175, E 100, N 25, E 100, S 200,
tt 200; $10.
Grace M., Samuel M. and JV. H. Crim Jr. (by
trustee) to same, same; $1843.
Potrero Laid and Water Front Company to
Frederick o. Hansen, lot on E line of Arkansas
street, 300 sor Yolo, 25 by E 100: $10.
B.K.Taylor an.l wife to D. Bald gra. lot on E
line of Arkansas street. 252:6 S of Mariposa, S 25
by E 100: $10. _, ._, , .
Edward P. Clayton to Charles Fitzgerald, lot on
JV line or Third avenue, 150 S or California South,
S 25 by YV 1.0. subject to mortgage: $10.
John Sievers to George Jl. Coon, lot on yv line
or Thirty-eighth avenue, 150 S of C street, H 60 by
W 120; $10. ■"""
Joseph P. Stanley and wire to Fanny L. Stanley,
nil interest in lot on YY line of Eighteenth avenue,
79:6 N or Q street. N 328, YV 78:6,8 327:6. X
96:3; also lot on YY* Hue of Seventeenth avenue.
•-■OD-.lSof 1* street. S 327:11. YV 240:4, N 328. E
240:4: also lot on E line or Seventeenth avenue.
212:10 Sot P street. 8 827: 10, 183:2, N 3.7:6,
\*. 200:1 1 $10. _
Jai ob Heyman and wire to Patrick W.Brown,
lot on W line of Thirty-third aveuue, 225 N of R
street, N 50 by YY 120: $10.
Leah Pottle to Salomon Ducas, lot on YV line of
Lafayette street. 100:6 S or Hanover, S 106:6 by
YV 178, lot 165. West End Homestead: $10.
Adolph Sutro to F. A. Hjelte, lot 25, block B, Su
tro Addition: $770.
Eliza ii. sands to Michael Cooper, lot on N line
of Thrift street, 415 E of Orizaba, E 25 by N 125;
$10.
Leah Pottle to Salomon Ducas. lot O'i N line of
Hanover street, 78 E of Lafayette, E 88 by N* 213:
$10.
Jones, Allen A* Co. to Thomas Hodge, lot on SE
line or Arlington street 338 >"yv of Roanoke, SYV
50, SE 117. NE 50:6, NW 118: $10.
Daniel, Louis, Hugh and Thomas Jones to Ann
Jones, lot on •• line of Jlisslon street, 190 N of
Brook, N 80 by YV 100,Preclta Valley lot 397; $10.
William JicAfee to Frank Jt Stone, lot on S line
of Ninth avenue, 250 E of X street. E 100 by b
100, block 187,0 ntral Park Homestead: $5.
Patrick Driscill aud wife to A. P. and Emma
Nylin, lot on S line of Thirty-fourth street. 100 W
of Mission, yv 25 by S 100, block t, French A Gil.
man: $1000.
ALAMEDA COUNTY*.
William J. and Virginia R. Dingceto Mary A.
Jllner or San Francisco, lot on t. line of brush
street, -212.50 Nor Twenty-first. N 26. B 145.62.
8 34.25, JY 167. 82, lot 13. subdivision of portion
of blocks 305 and 307. Oakiand: $5.
L. A. Jlltchell of Oakland to F. C. Sessions of
Oakland, lot on 8 line of Lincoln street, 135 YV of
Summit, Yv 675 by S 200, lots 7 to 33, 44 to 70,
' block E, new town or Lynn, subject to deedot
trust. East Oakland: $10.
A. S. YVoodbrldge of Oakland to same, lot on
SYV Hue of last Sixteenth street. 150 SE of
rhirteenth avenue, SE 50 by SW 150, block 65,
C.intoii, East Oakland: $10.
E. S. and Mary D. Sessions or Oakland to Louisa
Sackrider, lot on s corner of Nineteenth avenun
and East Twenty-eighth street, sYV 140 by SB
250. lots 1 to 9 and NYV 22:6 feet, lot 10, block 92,
Clinton, East Oakland: also lot on NYV line or
Twenty-first avenue. 90 NE of East Twenty
seventh street, nf: 100 t«y N W 140, portion of lots
22 to 33. block 92. northern addition to Brook
lyn, East Oakland; SlO.
Same to Charles 11. Frost of Alameda, lot on E
corner of Thirteenth avenue and East Twenty-firth
street. SE 578:8. N E 750:3. NW 750:9%. SYV
)92:7V». h*lng block 86, Highland Par- Jlap 2,
East Oakland; $10.
Thomas 11. Flnkerton of Oakland to Jlary J.
PliiKerton of Oakland, lot on NE line of East
Twenty-seventh street, 629.63 NYV from North
Fourteenth avenue. NE 280 by NW 200, East
Oakland; also lot on NE line of East Twenty
seventh street, 829.63 NYV of Fourteenth avenue,
NE2BO. SW to I as: Thirteenth avenue, s to it»
Intersection with NE line of East Twenty-seventh,
street, .-E 172 to beginning, block 94, Jlap 2.
Highland Park. East Oakland: gift
T. B. and Annie E. Draper of Oakland to John
Mole of Alameda, lot 4. block G, uew town of
Lynn. East Oakland : $1 i.
Katherlno V. Klinkner (and as executrix of
estate or Charles A. Klinkner) to Theodore Will;
lot 6. block E, Klinknervllle Tract, Oakland
Township: $475.
James and Nora O'Leary ot Oakland to P. J.
Robinson of Oakland, lot on NW corner of Moss
avenue an.l Diamond street. N 121. YV 68:1%; S
127:9.4, E 46:9.^, lot 15, block B. Broadway and
Telegraph Avenue Homestead, Oakland Town
ship: $10.
ward D. and Helen Harmon to Jlattie J.
Shaw (fumme sole), lot on W line of Ellis street,
225:9 N or Alcatraz avenue, N 50 by W 120,
being the S 50 feet of lot 68, block 2, Regent
street Homestead, Berkeley: $10.
Charles A. and Alice C. Bailey of Oakland tttf
tame, lot on S line of Asnby avenue, 382.6 E of
Deakln street, E 100 by S 130, quitclaim deed,
WftiLr,. i,.s ' *** ~>
YV. B. aud Louise C. Smith of Oakland to Birdie
L.Butler (wile of H. C.) of Berkeley, lot on W
Hue or Mary street. 156 sor Cbannlng way. 552
by XV 130, lot 4, block 23, Magee Tract, Berkeley;
$500.
T. B. Berry of Marin to Annabel Barman (wife
of William) of Oakland, lot on N line of Charming
way. 100 YV of Warring street, YV 45 by N 150, lot
it-, being a subdivision of the Benton property.
Berkeley; $10.
i.eorge E.. Jennie T., William P. and Ella F.
Plummer, and canton F. and Alice G. White of
Alameda to P. V. S. Bartlett or Alameda, lot on S
line of Ward street. 400 JV of Fulton, YV SO by S
134:6, lots 11 and 12, block D. Blake Tract, Berke
ley; $100.
Letitla Acheson of Berkeley to William Van
Housen cf San Francisco, lot on NE corner of
Berkeley way and Jlilvla street. E45 by N 136.69,
lot 7, block ■-*. ciapp Tract: *10.
II 11. and Laura A. Plnney of Alameda to Fran
cis J. Woodward of Alameda, lots 1 to 8, block 1,
subdivision of blocks I. A, E and F". Prospect Hill
Tract:, subject ton mortgage, Brooklyn Township;
$10
Henry E. and Carrie S. Alden or Oakland to
Charles II Cri.*.*s ot Oakland, lot on N line of
Harold street, 100.23 YV of Boston avenue, YV 75,
N 112.80, E 75, S 113.40. lots 5, 6, 7. block A,
Champion Tract, Brooklyn Township: $10.
G. M. Sutherland or Alameda to Matilda Lorber
(wife of Joseph) of Alameda, lot on NYV line of
Bishop street. 50 NEof Adam. NESO. N YV 169.1*.
SYV 25.05, sii 8 1.575, SYV *_,->. SE 82.915, lot 1 aud
E i ._ lot 2, Bishop and Hart Tract, quitclaim
deed, Alameda: SlO.
F. P. and Elizabeth Summer of Alameda to
same, the YV '. 2 of lot 2, Bishop aud Hart Tract,
Alameda: $1«0.
Ferdinand Klnetral or Oakland to Helen B. Van
Wyck of Oakland, lot on S line of Fourteenth
street, 137 E of Adeline, V. 7 by 8 105. to correct
former deed of September 10, 1887, Oakland; $5.
L. L. >!.A Emille W. Salsbury to Frank F. Baker
of Oakland, lot 24. block JI. Roberts A Wolfskin
Trait, Oakland Township: $10.
H. K. Miller of Golden oate to Jlrs E. J. Miller
of Golden Gate, lot on N line of Butler avenue,
225 E of Idaho str. et. X 68 by N" 135, subject to a
mortgage, Oakland Township: $10.
Shoalwater Bay and Eastern oyster Company
of YVashlngton t • Stephen L. Pe-sley of Alameda,
lot on -A line of Ellis street, 150:6 Sot Prince, 8
75:3 by YV 120, lot 78, block 5, Regent street
Homestead Association, Berkeley: $10.
Fannin Hare of San Francisco to Emma Hare of
San Francisco, lot on S line or Golden Gato
avenue. 150 W or Idaho street. JV 50, 8 85.54, E
to YV line of lot 13, bl .ck 2, Butler Tract. N
85.88. lieine portion of lot 14, block 2. amended
map of Butler Tract, Oakland Township: $10.
H. F. Ray or Oakland to Elizabeth Trader of
Berkeley, lots 29 and 30. block C, amended map,
C.'iistiatiia Tract. Berkeley; $10.
K. V. Klinkner (executrix of the •itate of
Ch'irles A. Klinkner) to Mary Barcellls or Golden
Gale, lots i;', and 14, block 11, Hcrzog Tract.
Golden Gate, Oakland Township; $900.
Charles A. and Adelaide £. JVindels to James L,
Barker of Berkeley, lot on N line or Delaware
street. 139:6 E of est. E 50 by N 133, lot 20,
block ii, Janes Tract. Berkeley: $100.
Horace O. and Carrie Jl. Irwin to Louis Delscs
coux or Berkeley, lot on E line of Ellis street.
-'.95 N of Falrvlew. N 37.65 by E 120, N half of
lot 119, block 4, Regent-street Homestead, Berke
ley; $5"0.
J. L. anil Mary C. Barker of Berkeley to Benja
mln C. Ludlow, lot on 8 Hue of (.'banning way. 16U
JV of Treinout street. YV '.0 by S 135. lot 7, block
5. map of blocks 5 and 0, Barker Tract, Berkeley;
8100.
Aiu'y L. Stone of Elmhurst to H. L. and Annie
Mark us or Seattle, lot on N E line or Orange street,
185 se of Orchard avenue, SE 90 by NE 150. be
ing lots 63 aud 64, Marlon Tract. Brooklyn Town
ship. $10.
Jiargaret Leonard (femme sole) to Mary E.
j Rogers, wife of A. C. of Berkeley, lot on cor
! '.or of Ellsworth and Oregon streets. E 127:6 by 8
44:10. lot 13, block 11, Leonard Tract, Berke
; ley; #10.
Gel r-ge, Florence L, 11. SI. and A. Beck to Ed
ward C. Newell; 160 acres, being tbe NFJ 14 of sec
tion 32, township 4 S, range 3 E, Murray Town.
Ship: $10.
C. W. 11 lott to W. E. Elliott, assigns all Interest
ln the estate of A. G. Elliott, deceased; $1000.
Builders' Contracts.
D. (Juisto with Lulgi Cunen and (;, B. Caraglla,
N line of Fulton street. 82:6 XV of Oct-vla, N 120
by v. 27:6. build: $1790.
C. 11. Ingwersea with Henderlong Bros.. W line
or Garden street, 150 s of Harrison, S 25 by W
75: $4025.
William and Rachel Smith with William Plant,
N line of Fell street, 150 YV of Devlsadero. YV 25x
137:5: $3643.
Jlary A. JlcComb with Soule Bros., to build on
lot on JV line of Hoffman street, 30:6 S of Alra
«*!o. S 25 by « 100: $2000.
" C. A Jlarshutz with S. H. Kent, to build on lot
on N line of Vallelo street, 150 E of Laguna, E SO
by N 137:6: $8970. ---„": .-,...-.
Same with Duffy Bros., same; $1200.
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Right at the foot of a great glacier in
New Zealand there Is a tin ical -growth of
plant lite and a hot spring, with water
issuing iorth at a temperature st .wt 100
degrees.
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