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CITY REAL ESTATE.
v RENTB~___ Vii; MONTH; MOST
. KfOXJXf. be sold on account of owner's depar-
ture for Europe: Improvements in store and flats-
lot 25x80: street accepted by the city; Vallelo
street; actual give away.
•^4-9^l. MISSION WARM BELT; 742 22D
«0 x~ o*l. St., bet. Valencia and Guerrero* sub-
stantial 2-story residence of 7 rooms and bath
etc. : -lot __x_o: sunny line of street- street
liitumiulzed andaccepted; stone sidewalk- offer
wanted. ' "" cl
SaSfiOl. MDB T BB SOLD ON ACCOUNT OF
*jpoo\J\J. foreclosure: 2 flats and lot 25x90-
Pierce St.. near 11 isst. cable-road -oxjt),
'tf G. H. TMl'.si a Co., 14 Montgomery at.
$5250 _*£_ .-_ _* LIAR HOUSE- LOT
r •>-«)<». 23xlJ7 * * rents $52 per mono. An
Ply In rear 1219 Partite, near l.eavenworth ll,?.
*.r** : . *F™, ?,? D8 *« 4 ROOMS; 25x120-
O $14<5. Apply '-"l Vyrolk st. sell 31*
ft 100 000 000 TO i: ° an ON PIANOS
L_TK___i_.g U ,. without «m«Y»l, atcoD
■ Velar BANK. 15 urant aye., near Mar-
. els L se3 MoTu St
$3500 __»' r 7 KEET FRONTAGE ON W.
•S? „¥' llne Buchanan si., 85 feet 8. of
W aller*. beautiful view of bay and business part
!_oSe _.. a «^ hed Rr . de: part can remain on
i?m * at 0 per cent. Apply owner. 25 Web-
_£_____: . se9 lm* i
ft 400 VfcRY CHEAI-: LOT _7xl00: BEMIS
'. '.St., near Castro; block from electric
cars: ready to build on. J. R. ROCHE. San Ra-
*»«'• ■ '_ se9 3t«
\» Jh L _,T_? Ar,E LOT FOR OTHER LOT: PAY
-' tie difference 1128 Vallejo st. sell 3t»
_ i.-!ai' k ' AL J i ~ i( A K,i A 1 * LEAVING CITY: 308
» fell B i*' bet. GoQ(b and Octavia. to rear street;
front * nd rear houses, store; reduced rents. se9 3*
LOR SALE IN OAKLAND-NO REASONABLE
______ re ' UBe< * : modern house of 8 rooms; lot
fioxlso. Apply Billing office, Broadway wharf
ll -—______ sets ti
5.1 400 CHEAP COTTAGE; 4 ROOKS, 81 A-
> 7, . v ' ble, basement; lot 25x70. 545 Wolfe
g_. 2 streets south of Army and Yor_. ses 7i*
s_l_lofl NEW AND TASTY COTTAGE 4
„_",_ ,7__ •_ rooms ,n Berkeley : sunny froutage;
lot -10x100: $100 down; $20 monthly.
. • $1250— House 3 rooms; lot 100x125.
f.__~._ 4 W3t120: -50 down; $10 month.
*300— Trlan ' ;ula - r lot. 75x130; $5 monthly.
$10 frout foot; fine lots; $10 monthly. CHAS.
■A. BAILEY. 20 Montgomery st. aulO tf
/IOTTAGE: $1000*. 4 LARGE BEAUTIFUL
\J rooms; fine basement, 25x133: sewerea and
macadam nice garden: good location: near
station in Oakland: house cost $1100: actually a
"bargain at $1500; part cash. MURPHY. .28
Market st. • ______»__
A WEEK'S NEWS FOR 5 CENTS — THE
WEEKLY CALL, ln wrapper, for mailing.
• * COUNTRY REAL ESTATE. "~
QO ACRES Al LAND; A S_«__p7~HOU_ 0?7
OO rooms: .nice large barn: 15 acres orchard:
one mile from town on a main street; $8500; one-
fourth cash: no exchange. D. H. TWING, So.
noma City, CaL sell 7t
11 J OR AG A VALLEY.
Choice subdivisions of the celebrated Moraga
Rancho in tracts from two to twenty acres: only
. eight miles from Oakland. Cal. ; fruits, vines aud
nuts grow in profusion; chickens do well: never
falling sprints and creeks of pure water; good
schools and daily trains; the new townslte of
.: V GLORIETTA,
Surrounded by these little farms, is subdivided
into large villa lots; truly an ideal spot for a
country home; small cash payment, balance long
time at 6 per cent. Address the owners MORAiiA
LAND ASSOCIATION. 64 and 55. Chronicle
. bonding. San Francisco. aul7 FrSuTu lm
J'OR SALE— FRUIT FARMS OR HOMES IN
Log Gatos or vicinity at low prices on easy
terms; especial offer of a dairy farm and good
will; upward of 60 acres of land well Improved;
18 acres ln choice fruit trees, 30 cows. 6 horses,
wagons and all fixtures ln first-clsss order; pres-
ent Income uoward of $400 per month; steadily
Increasing; land nearly all level: 2 miles out: good
road. For further particulars call on or address
C. R. STETSON or B. NOBLE & CO., opposite
Commercial Bank. Log Gatos. aeg SaTu 8t
LOR SALE OR FOR LEASE. 200 ACRES 40
-I minutes from San Francisco, near Mill Valley ;
tor rent furnished or unfurnished house of 7
rooms and bath near san Anselmo station.
JAMES TLNSTEAD, San Rafael. CaL sc7 tf
.'CO* LET FOR CASH— 4O ACRES OF GOOD
•i land: ln good style for chicken ranch and fam-
ily comforts; short distance from city. Address
,F. X. DUVAL. Winters. Yolo County, Cal. se6 6c
MARIN COUNTY— 6OOO ACRES 26 MILES
from San Francisco.
RAN CBO DE NOVATO.
• Tracts of any size deslreo"; fruit, grain and
vegetable land ; no irrigation; both rail and water
transportation: $40 to $75 per acre; easy terms;
town of Novato: graded school, hotels and stores
on the property; send for circular.
Dairy for sale with or without cows.
SYNDICATE INVESTMENT COMPANY, 64
and 65, Chronicle building, sel tf
FINE FARMING, FRUIT AND DAIRY LAND.
J 4-0 m,. from this city, ln lota to suit, from 10
a .res upward; very easy terms. Maps, views and
•*.uil particulars will be sent on application to
QAMAN 4 LYON, 215 Kearny st., S. F., or GEO.
T. ROW BRIDGE, Cotatl. CaL aul9 if
] \ B. TWING. SONOMA CITY.CAL.— COUNTRY
If. Real Estate. 632 Market, S.F.Mondays oniy.tf
AYVEEK'S NEWS for 6 CENTS — the
WEEKLY CALL, ln wrapper, for mailing.
OAKLAND REAL ESTATE.
ftTc A CASH AND ; fl 8 1 PERI MONTH WILL
• <_ J- OKJ buy a new 6-room cottage with all mod-
• crn Improvements: large lot; price $1600 W. c.
MQRAN, Lorin station. Berkeley. se9 11 13 3t
D ENTS ARE EXPENSIVE.
CHAS P. KERN, 902 Broadway, Oakland, will
, build you a home on your own plans in any part of
Oakland on Installments. aul 2 SuTuTh tf
HARD TIMES-BARGAIN LOTS; 6 COST $875.
for $500 cash; 3 cost $450. for $300 cash: 2
cost $800, for $200 cash: 1 cost $175. f0r $100 cash.
See H. B. FINNEY. 902 Broadway. Oakland. se2 tf
TV t _______ 7-ROOMED DWELLING ON PROM-
i»I laent corner close to local train; $27 60 per
montb. HUGH M. CAMERON, 479 Ninth st.
Oakland. . ie 7 7t
Cft TO 100 LOTS FOR BALE IN FITCHBURG;
OKJ buy for a home before an advance. Apply to
ownpr, C. M. RUNKLE. room tt upstairs, 479
Mntb St.. Oakland, Cal. s«6 7t
4: '// • ( | ft CASH-HANDSOME NEW HOUSE;
*i.' +.\JKf\J large lot; a bargain. Addressat once.
WM. P. TODD. 1010 Broadway. Oakland, aeg 7t
ARGAIN— SIBOO CASH, WORTH $3000; LOT
60x125: 6-room bouse; electric cars pass the
door. Address at once WM. P. TODD, 1010 Sroa
way. Oakland. se2 tfexsu
ALAMEDA REAL ESTATE.
fl? 1 t.(\{\ $260 CASH, $15 MONTHLY; COT-
-0 1 OXJyJ. tage 4 rooms and bath; 27x125
$1850— 5150 cash, $20 monthly; cottage 3
rooms: 50x100.
V $2260— 5150 cash, s2s monthly; cottage 5 rooms
and bath; 3_xloo.
„2650— $ r >o cash, $25 monthly; cottage 5 rooms
.♦nd bath; :57:.xi00.
. $27 60— 5200 cash, $26 monthly ; cottage 6 rooms
..'and'bath: _3x148.
. • ; $3750— $100 cash, $50 monthly ; cottage 7 rooms
-and bath; 37:6x60. _.'._
. . $"3800—2 fine 8-room bouses on a northeast cor-
.ner: street in perfect order; 66x115; splendid
- chance for 30 days only.
"-.Tie above aie all new houses and contain all
I modern Improvements; streets in perfect order*
.also several very cheap lots; open Sundays and
.'holidays: houses to rent from $10 up.
- ;.-•" «„__, _. MARC USE _ REMMEL.
:- Offices— 62B Market st., city; Bay-st. station and
■ Righ-st. station. Alameda. se6 TbSaTn tf
VTirE WILL B-ILIT-OC A HANDSOME ALA-
".".». meda home and take payment in monthly in-
' /ttailmenls; designs and plans to suit buyers with-
■\tfdt cbarge: own your home and save rent. Office.
:.T602 Park St.. Alameda: open evenlnrs. MUTUAL
1 Pt'il"l)lNG AND IN YES ■ Ml- NT PAN V .15 tt
•/' •'■' . BERKELEY REAL ESTATE.
£TNE BERKELEY RESIDENCE fo' V E)_
■ JVctiange for city lots. Apply 29 East at.se 10 3t*
' ANTED— AN OFFER FOR A HOUSE OF 7
- ->» rooms: large lot; must be sold to dose an
•■■estate. JOS. J. Mason. Dwight- way station. 3l 1 5 1
MONEY TO LOAN. ~~
TTbNET7_?Ti-_-Nbs AND EUR^TURe7 3 19
J" I Ellis St.. room 12. sell 21*
_> Hi t\C\() n(l.t TO loan on STOCKS,
' t\p IKt.KJKJKJ.KJ KJKJ bonds, pianos, diamonds,
sealskins, watches, silverware, paintings, safes.
' baggies, furniture at COLLATERAL BANK. 15
-. Grant aye., near Market st. se3Bt MTu
L-IRST AND SECOND MORTGAGE: 6 PER CT.
L. $100 upward. MURPHY. 628 Market. 28 tf
: "ai ONEY LOANED ON DIAMONDS, WATCHES
. JVI Jewelry, guns, pistols, etc., at Plasa Loan of-
Kearny. NE.cor. Clay: strictly reliable.lm
'ft^.ri °* MORE ON PIANOS, NOTES, FIRST
.C *'"' and second mortgages; city only. SPECK,
. 19 Mob tgoiuery st. au 1 9 tf
../ORIGINAL UNCLE BILL LENDS MONKY ON
.\J everything; ail business strictly confidential.
860 Market, N E.cor. Stockton, rooms. 17*18. la ly
. Tl* ONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGE OR COL-"
Itx laterals JAS. E. DAMON, 303 Montgomy.6_
* /. V LOANED ON IST OR 2D MORTGAGE. LIFE
•XI insurance; no delay. ISAACS. 24O Moutg'y, R. 6.
BANKBOOKS BOUGHT; NOTES DISCOUNT
ed; loans. XT. H. Ward, 112 Montgy apS tt
N ANT SECURITY. AT LOW RATES: DEAL-
ing confidential. 43 Crocker building. ap3 6m
ONEY LOANED ON JEWELRY AND OTHER
valuables at the Security Loan Bank, 1106
' Market, nr. Mason; private entrance 7 Turk. ap9tt
SAN FRANCISCO COLLATERAL LOAN BANK.
O 638 Kearny: only corporation that lends money
on diamonds watches: low interest. oc4 tt
6TORAGE
A DVANCES MADE ON FURNITURE. PIANOS,
end goods stored. LIEBES' Storage Company,
(1 Stockton pUce) 310 Stockton st apB 6m_
V TOR AGE OX FURNITURE, PIANOS, Uill'SK-
O bold goods, etc. J M. PIERCE, 735 Markedly |
i -CLASS STORAGE! ADVANCES MADE.' I
Jt 421-123 Market at CHAS. L. TAYLOR. jelS « j
I HOUSES TO LET.
_P9 ( . _*""-•* USS Sl'., BET. SIXTH AND
**' * - l/ * Seventh; 7 rooms and bath: large work-
shop, suitable for tailor or any other light busi-
ness. ASHTON A GARDINER, 411 Montgom-
_£____._____ ; se9 7t
"MOUSE: 4 ROOMS: STABLE, 7 STALLS AND
xx yard. 13 Chesty st.. bet. Seventh and Eighth.
Harrison and Bryant st -. selMi*
VKW HOUSES: 2-STORY, 6 ROOMS (3 UP- i
■*-' st ;irs and 3 down), batb, yard, latest Improve-
ments: 1 block from Ho ward cars. Twenty- I
third St.. near Hampshire; rent SIS ae9 3t*
A LL THE CONSIDERATION AND RESPECT
■a*, shown to ladles who are temporarily embar-
rassed at COLLATERAL BANK, 16 Grant aye.,
mar Market st seg MoTu gt
"I _JO7 SCOTT— HAY-WINDOW HOUSE; 7
Xx Xi * room* and bath. se9 3t«
'J(iO fourth-house. 20 good light
OKJO rooms. Apply J. DEMARTINL 317
Washington st. ie!3 tt
T«0 LET— HOTEL; 88 ROOMS; BAB; DINING-
I room: good location. 606 Fourth st. o'FAR-
RELL a CO.. 11 Montgomery at. se7 7t
Cj"l ft 6 BOOMS, YARI', CELLAR. 39 DORE
<3>IKJ. St.. off Harrison, near Ninth. seS 7t*
17 17 BUCHANAN— TO LKT, A FINE HOUSE
Jill with 6 rooms and bath; fine basement
and laree yard: sun In every room. ' sin Itf
FURNISHED HOUSES.
"T^Vh s^A__VTH__^r___E7r hoTsfT^of 7
■ rooms and bath in desirable neighborhood.
ness H. R. ; box 44. this office. . -.4 tf _
o')_, parlor, bedroom, dining-room.
tjp_._*. sewing room, kltcheu, bath; all neces-
saries. 1917 Geaiy sL *_______
L* URN ED r FLAT, 4 ROOMS; RENT $35.
r 704 McAllister st. an 3o tf
COTTAGES TO LET.
1 .1 SUNNY COTTAGE; 4^toT_d_TTAß_ X
fj" 1 — ■ yard and stable. J. O'BBIKN, Twenty-
seventh ana Harrison sts. selO 7t*
I. AY-WINDOW COTTAGE; 4 BOOMS, BATH
I > and basement. 33 Thirteenth, nr. Howard. 10 4*
/ OTTAGE 3 BOOMS, WITH OR WITHOUT
V stable. Apply 1621 >.*Farreil st. se9 3t*
QIC 943 fourtef:nth-5 ROOMS. HA ill.
CI O. stable. WM. NICOL, 524V_ California
treet. set) St
Ql.i LARGE 4-ROOM COTTAGE; YARD,
*Jll'. basement. Apply 623 Second st. se6 7t*
*fttl_l BAY-WINDOW COTTAGE : 110 PEER.
C 1 •„*_• st.. off Fourth; 4 rooms, basement snd
yard. Apply G. H. UMBSEN ft CO., 14 Mont-
gomery st. t>es tf
To LET $12; NICE COITAGE: CELLAR,
yard; near i.eary-st. cable-car. 20 Johnstone
aye., near old Fellows Cemetery se'J tf
/ OT 1 AGE OF 6 ROOMS AND BATH: NEWLY
V papered. 1331 Ellis st. au2o tt
pOTTAGE; 123 LIBERTY, HET. GUERRERO
\J und Dciores cfnien front and rear. Tel tf
FLATS TO LET.
5 NICE SUNNY ROOMS; BATH. YARD, HALL;
__ Sit. 1724 San Carlos aye. sell 3t*
ELEGANT NEW FLATS SEVENTH ST., BE
low Hryant. 6 rooms: bath; #10 10 $7. sellltt
79C NATOMA, BET. EIGHTH AND NINTH —
» a\,o Lower nat or 5 rooms •
10101 CLAY— 7 ROOMS AND HAITI: FINE
ILtlOz view; $22 50' sell 4t*
ffi« 1 ,' SUNNY* BAY WINDOW FLAT: 4 RMS.;
SC* Id. batb; large yd. 417 -2d, nr. Howard. lo 8"
QOZ. MODERN 7 KOOMS. HATH an.» 1 CHS.
•'-«-'. 221 Devisadero: $25. upper 7 rooms, bath
and tubs, 1650 Hayes: ff 10. 3 rooms, new. 2952
Folsom; $16. 7 rooms. 425 Second: $8, 3 rooms,
1506 Twenty-fourth: $.'5, 7 rooms, bath and
tubs, upper, 829 Fifteenth- WM. NICOL, 6:<4V_
California. st 9 3t
ALL THAT ARE TROUBLED, WHETHER
dally, weekly or monthly, should remember
that they can borrow on tbeir diamonds Iron
COLLATERAL BANK, 15 brant aye . near Mar-
ket st se3 Mo. 8t
C?(j NICE SONNY FLAT OF 4 ROOMS. 262 V_
xjyO. Ciarast. se93t*
LOWER FLAT; 5 ROOMS AND BATH: .18.
llt>'/_ Fulton St. se9 31*
SMALL FLATS ON KAPPELER COURT, OFF
kJ Mason St., bet. Geary and Post ; 4 robins ; rent
$16; water free. seO 7t
Oq^ FOLSOM — SUNNY FLATS; MODERN
000 Improvements; reasonable. se;> St*
ELEGANT « ROOMS, HATH: RENT Rt-
J dqced. 735 Minna, near Ninth. tea It*
'_ 1.J.1 HARRISON. NEAR EIGHTEENTH— 4
~VJ^L flats, 4 and 3 rooms: $10. $9. se9 3:*
(U\7 MINNA. COR. EIGHTH — MCELY FUR-
LIU I nished bay-window room: $1 week. 9if
FLAT: 3 LARGE SUNNY ROOMS AT '25
J Seventh st. ; no children. se9 3t*
FLAT; 6 ROOMS; STAULE. 1! HENRY ST?.
X near Fifteenth. se. 7t*
V UNNY CORNKR FLAT; 5 BOOMS: BATH;
»- yard; rent $17. 626 Webster st. se9 3t*
St NNY UPPER FLAT; SIX 'IonMS; BATH.
0 731 V Twenty-second, near Guerrero. se,_ 7t*
1 OWER FLAT; 6 ROOMS; BATH. 134 PAGE
AJ street. seS tf
5 NICE SUNNY ROOMS; BATH: CHEAP. 209
Steiner st, bet. Waller and Haight. seB 7t*
fl-Q LOWER FLAT: 5 SUNNY' ROOMS. 375
tjpO. Sanchez St., near Seventeenth. seg 7t*
V EW FIRST-CLASS SUNNY FLATS TO RENT;
A. ■ fine view: Hajgbt and Baker.sts. seB 4l»
CJ I O WITH WATER— UPPER FLAT. 4
tji 1 _. rooms. Callateral Ban-, 16 Grant aye 8 7t
QT ' FLAT— S ROOMS AND BATH. 489
Q-i-tl. Sanchez st., cor. Eighteenth. seB tf
C FINE SONNY FLATS: BENTS FROM $11 To
0 $22 50; containing from 3 to 6 rooms : bath:
hot and cold water; near Howard snd Third sts.
For farther particulars apply MADISON .v
BURKE, 626 Market st. ge6 7t
*.'__. TEHAMA— NEARLY NEW FLAT OF 4
OOK) rooms and bath; beL Fourth and Fifth. sb' 7
L'LAT OF 7 ROOMS. HATH AND MODERN*
1 Improvements: $30. 17th and Castro. ses 7t«
A -ROOM FLAT: BATH; GAS; $14.' APPLY 519
Tt Oak st. se2 tf
YEW FLAT OF 6 ROOMS: LATEST IM-
X. provements. 1162 Golden Gate aye. se2 tf
UPPER FLAT— 6 FINE ROOMS; BATH: RENT
> cheap. 25 Elgin park. aulStf
/"»HEAPFLAi : 5 BOOKS, HATH. 1513 TAYLOR
\J st., between Pacific and Broadway. aul Itt
Oft-)l\ NICE SUNNY FLAT: 7 ROOMS AND
~*"'» bath. 402 Ninth St.. cor. Harrison an!4tr
>&*/>'. f_n UPPER FLAT; SUN IN EVERY
*?aCZj.OKJ . room: few blocks to Market St.;
409 O'Farrell St.: also 7 rooms and bath.*;. .0.
reduced from $45. 411 o'l-arrell st, lv_l tf
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS.
I GOLDEN PLACE. OFFGOLDEN 'GATE I AYE.".
X beL Hyde and Larkin— 2 rooms for light house-
keeplng: «10. *
QT f* HOWARD— FUR. HOUSEKEEPING;
0 IK) also double and single: rooms cheap. 11 tf
A ' A 51INNA— 3 ROOMS FURNISHED FOR
-t-->_r housekeeping; reasonable. sell 3t*
Q f* HOWARD— FURNISHED FRONT SUITE;
0"1U other housekeeping rooms; range; sink;
reasonable. •
m TENTH, NR. MARKET— SUNNY
111 room; light housekeeping or board. sell at*
"1 ft TWELFTH. BAB MABKET— CO NECtV
IXI Ing rooms; nicely furnished: low rent. *
4*. <_ TEHAMA ST. — NICELY FURNISHED
J— Uhomekeeplngrooms,s7;sultes, $9; private.*
'>«■)'> THIRD— SUNNY front housekekp-
OLiLi ing suite, $11; back. $10. sell 2t*
Oil' MINNA— NICELY FCReTsiieiTrOOMS
ox \J tor housekeeping. 7 »
hA MINNA— _ LARGE SUNNY ROOMS FOR
*-'"!< ) housekeeping: «ia. seiO 2t*
71 (k CALIFORNIA -2 OR 3 FURNISHED
I A .J housekpg rooms; also others*. cheap 6*
1 1 Vi M,s * 1 "-" —CHEAPEST BOUSEKEEP-
XXL.XJ m g and other rooms Hi the city. selO 2t*
j ORROW MONEY AT LOW RATES. WITH
1 'strictest couhdence, on your diamonds, silver-
ware, sealskins, silks, watches and jewelry from
COLLATERAL BANK, 16 Grant aye., near Mar-
ket st.. San Francisco. ge3 MoTu St
I 1 '_9 HOWARD - NICELY FURNISHED
1 y*AA* large sunny front housekeeping rms.9 7*
9 I Q I'LAVEN WORTH -3 HOUSEKEEPING
AAi rms; f urulshed complete; a.so air.ove.9 3*
9 Or. FOLBOM-3SUNNY UKI'G ROOMS- FUR-
OO nished complete: cheap. selltr
f»-1 MISSION, NEAR SECOND— _ SUNNY
\JOX furnished keeping rooms: SlO. 3t*
inn SILVER, NR. l BIRD 3 UNFURNISHED
X\J _/ rooms for housekeeping; large yard. 9 6*
1 5.90 STOCKTON —*_ OR 3 NICE SUNNY
1 _?_../ rooms, complete for housekpg: cbeap.B 4*
C7C MINNA-FRONT ROOM COMPLETE K)R
0 t O housekeeping. Be y til -
-1 AC NEW MONTGOMERY, FARGO HOUSE-
XXfO Furnished housekeeping suites $2 per
week; cleanest 16-cent single rooms in city. se7 tt
79Q1 HOWARD — 2 NEWLY FURNISHED
I L.U'4 gunny housekeeping rms,: reasonable.7 6*
r/|-» WASHINGTON— SUNNY V N FURNISH r D
«.)"— housekeeping rooms; running water.ses 7*
♦TTo MINNA— HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS COM-
-010 pieie: rent moderate. an 13 tf
ROOMS TO LET. ~~
T^OqTIi^VAIUJ^SUNN^^
U--0 ably furnished; very reasonable, sell 31*
CHEAPEST IN THE CITY— DOUBLE AND
single front rooms. 121 sixthst.; light house-
keeping sell at*
OH . EDDY-LARGE FRONT ROOM; REA-
OKJO eonable: use of piano; also light house-
keeping rooms. ' celO 2t*
3it A THIRD— '_ PLEASANT UNFURNISHED
O Oi rooms for housekeeping: rent $8. $7. 10 tf
o.;n SEVENTH— 2 FURNISHED OR UNFUK-
Z.t~Q nisbed rooms. . selO 2t«
70 _ HOWARD. CORN THIRD — NICELY
t''l furnished sunny single and double rooms,
suitable for office or housekeeping; ail sunny, 10 7*
THE MORNING CALL, SAN FRANCISCO, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1894.
ROOMS TO LET-CONTINUED.
B~Q MIsSIoVnV-~HR.ni.shED FRONI t OOM,
OU $1 50 to $2 per week. s_lo 2t*
qnq octavia-sunny bay-window al-
-O\JO cove room; gas end bath; or large back
room: rent reasonable. ' se9 6t*
' CI/ ELLIS-N FURNISHED SUNNY
0 1 \J limit room; alcove and single. se9 51*
1 nit GOLDEN GATE AYE.— SUNNY ROOMS:
1 OKJ double and single; clean, quiet, ressona-
; bl^ setf 3t*
6 MARYE TERRACE. OFF TURK ST.. BET.
Hyde and Larkln— Large sunny front room for
lor 2 persons: also Single; gas and bath. setf 31*
' __i_Jl GEARY-NEWLY FURNISHED SUNNY
KJKJx: double and single bay-window rooms. 9 6*
• 9 LARGE SUNNY UNFURNISHED ROOMS,
Li suitable for light housekeeping near entrance
' Park; rent reasonable, call 1326 Hayes. se9 3t*
199 TAYLOR- ELEGANTLY FUR-
-1 —— nlsiied sunny front room, 15x22; also mod-
ern housekeeping rooms. seB tf
• t)A MINTAVE.7cOR."-lESSIE-NEWLY FUR-
— *x clshed sunny front rms: $7 to $3 month. 7*
' 7(_q POST— SCNNY SLUE PARTLY FUR-
I KjO nlsned; also double and single rooms. s7 tf
! 7('|l HOWARD— NICELY FURNISHED BAY-
IUI-j window, and other double and sioile
rooms. se7 st»
ANDSOMELY FURNISHED ROOMS; ALL
new; suite or single: sun all day. s-_ob
Geary St.. bet. Hyde and Larkln. se6 71*
. fTHE LONDON. 765 MARKET— SCNNY FUR-
■I nished rms. $1 25 to $(i wees: transient. se2 tf
' IJO seventh st.— nicely furnished
Lt»_ rooms for light housekeeping; Glrard
House. se'J tf
HE PIEDMONT. 115 SIXTH, COR. MINNA-
A Nicely furnished sunny rooms. aul tf
1 INDBLL HOUSE, COB. STB AND HOWARD—
xj 100 slneie rooms, newly tarnished; 25c night.
j $1 25 week; satisfy yourself; open all night, 24 tt
ARLINGTON HOUSE 127 KEARNY-
ant sunny rooms, en suite and single: tin.
class in every respect; terms reasonable jalO tr
VOSEMITE HOUSE. 1045 MARKKT. BET.
A sixth and Seventn — Single and suite): per
night. 36cto$l : week. $ I 601. *-5: families apl lv
ItOAHI»INCi AND ROOMS.
4011 II AY X Y^^Nl^-I^D^BAY^
aOX-' window room for 2 persons: board op-
tional. sell 3t*
ANi AMOUNT TO LOAN ON YOUR WATCH,
diamonds or Jewelry at COLLATE It A L HANK.
' 15 Grant aye., near Market st. sel MoTu 8t
ri^HE ORIFL— CHANGED HANDS; JUNCTION
I of Market. Page and Franklin: newlr papered.
; tinted and furnished: elevator, electric bells.
'■ porcelain-lined bat tubs; beautiful suites 'rontin.
. on Market, with first-class bo^rd for two from $60
PBr montb upward: single rooms for gentle-
i men from $.5 per mouth uoward ; billiards free to
■ guests uf the hotel. au23 tt
j ' BAND MEW, 714 BUSH— THIS BEAUTIFUL
- i v, sunny family house has been reopened under
{ anew management. No pains will be spared to
: make guests feel homelike; everything through-
out new; first-class service: few doors from Mar-
ket and Poweii-sL car system; terms reasonable;
reference. an2ltf
A WEEK'S NEW! FOR 6 CENTS — THB
• WEEKLY CALL, la wrapper, for mailing.
CHILDREN BOARDED.
Uf ANTED-l OR 2 CHILDREN OR DFANT
to board; her's care. 364 Minna St. 11 2*
ONE OR 2 CHILDREN TO BOAR : GOOD
home. 437Hnyesst. seO :lt*
j stores TO LET.
SioKh; 3 RoOMS; CBBAP. 1803 HOWARD
street sell 7t»
' (J-ln NEW WITH! LIVING ROOMs: 2954
• ij. lU. Folsom St. WILLIAM NICOL, s_4V_
> California st. se9 3t
, LINK STOKE: 3 LIVING BOOMS; MODLR-
i ate rent; la fine order. __5 Howard st . near
l-'ourtli. se9 St*
C* 1 - SI ORE. 140 MINNA ST., N EAR NEW
«_ 1 O. Montgomery: 60 lodgers; upstairs. 97*
y_Oß_ SCITABLE FOB PLUMBER: PART
j M of Irasf'inent if required. 271 K.r-^l. seB 7t*
V JO SEVENTH StTiJET. MISSION AND MAR-
I tO ket Store to let: cheap. se7 7t*
Ll (\ SANSi M l-.-'i AN STORK, $12;
; CI U also large basement, 324 Pacific St.,
cheap. aulg tf
UPPER FLAT, WITH OR WITHOUT POWER:
I Centrally located ; suit manufacturers and
- aethers. .*. :■■.! 34 and 36 Main st. JvIO tf
I !
. V OFFICES TO LET.
OFFICE-; 109 CALIFORNIA ST.. COR.
Front, ofiice-ioums 6 Eddy St., bet. Powell
' and Mason. ne. 7t
■ _RANCIBCO SAVINGS UNION BUILD.
• _J ing, California st : fast elevat'T; light and
sunny. ASHTON A GARDINER. 411 Montgom-
ery st. ■ an'Jt lm*
I' sunny. ASHTON * GARDINER, 411 Mnnt.om-
ery st. an'Jt 1 in*
LOST.
I OST— ON 7:16 ALAMEDA BOAT FROM SAN
It Francisco, purse of money ; liberal reward.
1403 l'onellst t •
I v MALL SILVER WATCH AND FOB. REWARD
* - at S3 St. Ann's building. ■.•
, | I. ÜBBE.KI AND PAPERS ON FOUKTH ST;
! I reward if returned to FRED HILL, Cotnmer-
■ ctai iox factory, T bird st. sea 3:*
i OST— ON market ST., NEAR jones, IN-
JJ aid mosaic sword pin. Liberal reward if re-
; turned to E. IL. Call oiiice. 6.5 >'o:t_oniery. s8 tf
i lOUND.
• L"OUND— Will IE COW; OW^NEK
x can lijve same by proving property and paying
expenses. .1. E. GOBLE <_ 80N 8, 109 Kentucky
St.. Potrero. selO 3t*
I^OUND-MISF.T PARLORS (FORMERLY OF
■T 200 Post). 513 Montgomery, cor. Commercial tf
DENTISTS.
D~~ ITV_~X^EEICTrFTi^i~ST.: FREE^EX"
, trscting until Sept. 27. geg 6m
ANY TOOTH FILLED OR EXTRACTED
painlessly by my secret method without dan-
gerous cocaine or gat: won 8 first prizes: rices
reasonable; work warranted: all operations ex-
pertly done; remember I have remove I rrom 6 to
20 O'Farrell st. DR. GEORGE W. LEEK. Nil tf
DR. C. S. DCCKBTT, DENTIST: GAS given.
850 Mar-ct st., cor. Stockton, opp, 4th. se2 ly
DR. 1.1 HUM HILL. 1443 MARKET ST., NEAR
lClevectii: no charge for ex tract! when plates
are made; old plates made over like new; teeth
from t-s per Bet; extracting 60c; gas given. 4tf
A FULL BET Of"tEE"-H FOR $7: FILLINGS
•TV at lowest prices; work warranted. DR. J. W
KEY.1122 Market St.. Mason and Taylor. 15 tt
/ OLTON DENTAL ASSOCIATION. 80- MAR-
V ket st. DR CHARLES W. DECKER. ]e« tt
DP.. H. G. YOUNG— EXTRACTION PAlNLESS-
platework. brldgewerk, teeth without putea
» specialty. 1841 Polk st. my 14 tf
"V O PAIN —EXTRACTING OF TEETH~MA.DK
A. easy; 10c and $1; artificial teeth fromss:
fi'i'ng from $1. CROOME Dental Asseelatlea,
769 Market s_, beL Third and Fourth. apl'.tt
Otrr A SET FOR ________ WARRANTED AS
C * good eg can be made; filling >1. DR. SIMMS
dentist. $30 Market, next Baldwin Theater, eeltt
CLAIRVOYANTS
I)EDRo, PRINCE OF DARKNESS. JUST AR-
* rived, permanently located at 1517 Golden
Gate aye.; he enres tbe sick free or charge; his
religion is to an good; reveals your entire life;
■ ttlega, ladles 60c, gents Sl: satisfaction posi-
tively guaranteed; a visit to this marvel will con-
viuce the most skeptical that he is a genuine
medium and clairvoyant. sell st*
VI ME. LKGOBTTE— PRESENT AND FUTURE
i'l told: 25c. 304 Tehama, nr. Fourth. se7 tf
MRS. J. J WHITNEY, CLAIRVOYANT. TEST
medium and life- reader. .18 stock ton.jeli tt
\,l ME. PORTER. CARD-READER AN D PALM-"
i>l istry: ladles o.c: gents $1; clairvoyant sit-
tings SI 60. 600 O'Farrell St., n.*. Jones. jy',__ tt
EXPEKIFINCED CLAIRVOYANT— LADIES 60r.
gents $1. MRS. KELLER, 2405 Sutter.aoll tt
ANITA WINOMA. MEDIUM. 38 _. SIXTH;
reveals past, present, and futureiree 26c. A3 tf
_T_.Mol.EaVu. CLAIR V OF ANT PAST
present and future: fee 25c up. 103 4th si. tf
MM I. VEIGHO, CLAIRVOYANT: SITTINGS
dally: ladles 50c, gents $1. 422 Natoma.jy2l
\/JME. DR. THOMAS TELLS ENTIRE LIFE,
•i'l past, present, future; consultations on all af-
fairs, nothing excepted names given, goou advice,
sure help-, restores lost love by sympathy; mistake
in. possible; fee $1; letter *_. 30 Kearny st. je. tf
VI ME ANTHONY, MEDIUM AND LIFE
at! reader; ladles 25c; cents 50c. 248 Third st.
ME. RAVEN A.CLAIKVOYAN f*. LIFE READ-
*'I er- names given: 25c up 828 Howard. 23tf
CHEAPEST AND BEST IN AMERICA-THE
WEEKLY CALL, sent to any address In tbe
United States or Canada one year for $1, postage
<ree
EDUCATIONAL.
"VI ADAM DU TOUR LAWLOR, PROFESSOR
if a of vocal and Instrumental music; terms $3
to 85 per month. 48 Oak st. se9 3m
It' BITING AND ARITHMETIC; DAY AND
*' eve. WiLHlTE.room 84. over 'The Mate." tf
V , ._?\* ___. , O,IN - GUITAR:CORNET: 76 °
V PROF. L. IDRKi, 225 Geary St., nr. Powsll.tr
UOYS' HIGH SCHOOL FRENCH CLASS. 4
If lessons, sl 60 mo. Spanish. 1606 Stelner.s 3m
1 ... .l A .*.'. KRENCIi AND SPANISH TAUGHT.
1 EUIDIOLORENZI.cor. Jackson and Powell" m
PACIFIC BUSINESS COLLEUK, 830 POST ST.:
charges moderate :day and ev'g sessions oc'.e tf
H EALD'S BUSINESS COLLEGE 24 POST ST *
, always ln the lead Seed fer circmars.auli it
SCHOOL. CIVIL. MINING. MECRANIOAI.
eleetrlcai engineering, sarveving, architecture! .
as_aylng; es '04. VAN PER HaILLEN. 7_3 Market
TYPEWRITERS AND SUrPHES.
CHAS. E. NAT LOB, MFGRtP~At_T, 19 MONTY
st. Standard Typewriters and supplies: Mimeo-
graph goods; installment terms; rents, repatia. tf
__M_________l__gMM__Hilll_ll_ll„il ■■■■In
PIANOS'. VIOLINS AND SHEET MUSIC
BARGAIN SIN NF'.WASEC'ND-HANDFIANOS.
If Hazeiton, Brown a Simpson. Mozart.etc: hard- !
lmes prices: instalim'ts. c. 8. EATON, 735 Mark'L \
jy6 cod 3ra
LOR BARGAIN-SEEKERS—OUR PIANO BAR- \
gain ro.ra contains several snaps; $70 9 190. |
9210, etc.; they are the best value offered : a car-
load of elegant new pianos just received and go- i
in. rapidly at bargain prices. J. DEWING CO., j
second floor. Flood building. se9 tf '
__l.il CALL AT ONCE AND SFCURE THIS j
<giU\>. nice upright piano. Flood bldg, r. 21. 9tf ,
V-PLENDItI STEIN WAY A SONS UPRIGHT I
0 grand; sacrifice. 615 Van Ness aye. ses tt
IT HIE SECOND-HAND UPRIGHT PIANO FOR
A 8160 at MAUVAIs '. 769 Market st. se2 tt
SUPERIOR VIOLINS, ZITHERS, OLD A NEW.
C*n. MULLF'R.mascr, repairer. 2 Latham place, tr
nORNI'Ni.'S UPRIGHT PIANOS; SPECIAL i
award Midwinter Falr.tor sale. 917 Mlsslon.tr
AYE YOU SEEN THE STERLING PIANO ?
If not. why 1101 '.' BENJ. CURTAZ A son. .
sole agents. 16 to 20 O'Farrell st. aus tt j
U ILLIAM G. BADGER REMOVED TO ROOM j
31, Flood building: pianos sold on Install- !
menus: sole agent for Paiiiard's music-boxes. au'2 tf I
s^TEINWAY Ci RIGHT. SLIGHTLY USED*
>* grand tone: ._ cost SPENCER. 721 Market tf
TECK. CHICRKRING A SONS. VUSE AND
other pianos sold on 810 installments. BENJ.
CURTAZ A SON, sole agents. 16 O'Farrell st. if !
KbliUllitllASL, --. -8 AND 30 O'FARRELL !
st., leading pianos ana organs; oldest music-
iouse: largest stock ;ea.y terms; low prices. ap_3tt
ALL KINDS OF REPAIR-MS AND TUNING; I
low prices; first-cass work. KOHLER A
CHASE '20 O'Farrell st. de 7 tt
HORSES. -— — —
uction salf: OF horses! buggies. j
wagons, crts harness, every Tuesday, at 11 '
o'clock, at New York stables, 44 Sixth st. S.
W ATKINS ACQ. Auctioneers. se9 tf
WAGONS ANU CARRIAGES.
T^^~AmTIY~HoRsK: lTTlA^__sysiDEV j
bar road buggy. 1 624 Mission st. seB 4t«
L IM: DAKERY AND LAUNDRY WAGONS: !
" flue lues : surrvs and buggies. 828 Harrison st.tt
FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS.
ANDY ROLLERS, HAND-CAR, NTCKEIV
plated coffee urn, candy slab, copper kettles, !
sieves, etc. at a sacrifice. 615 Eddy St. sell
LOB SALE— PHONOGRAPH OUTFIT. WAIN- I
T TRUE, 6. - Minna St., between 6 and 7P. _. *
SECOND-HAND BOILERS, ENGINES, PUMPS, '
shafting, pnlleys belling, water-pipes, etc.
Mcintosh A wolpman, 137 HoaiosL
COUNTER 8. SHELVING. OASES
V bought and gold. ll '-'l ' g Mark. „b et. and Bth j
ONE SMALL MEi'l' M AND I.AKUE-SIZK '
tire and burglar proof safe. 221, 223 M'kt, 9tt i
HOW CASES. BAR. STORE. OFFICE FIIL
0 tures Scbeerer's I'inne-r stor».2s I Oth. 13 I2m i
M lIIICAL
CASES Ol IKKI'il'L \i:i 1 ii- REBTOR
ed in one day; ELECTRICITY used for all fe
male complaints; home in confinement: regular :
physician or lung aid successful practice: French
pills guaranteed: consult MRS. DR. WYETH,
Sanitarium, 916 Post st sestf
1 a die is— the FRENCH method for re- I
J i storing Irregularities (no matter what the '
cause of suppression is the best of all, because it
I never tails, is absolutely free rrom all pain or dan-
: ger, and positively will not injureyour health: any
lady can use it: avoid Injurious drugs and opera- !
tions If you value your life: don't deiay until ton
lata. Call or write DH. FOX, 1531 sutler, sel tf
Anew process— no MEDICINE. INSTRC-
meuts or worthless pills used: every woman j
her own physician for all femeie troubles: no mat- j
ter from what cause, restores always in one day; ;
can be sent and used at home; all cases guaranteed.
DR. POPPER. ■si- Kearny St. jylO tf
PRIVATE HOME. CONFINEMENT: EXPERI-"
J- • i nurse. Nurse, box 160, Call Branch. 24 lm j
1* IRREGULAR SEI MRS Dl: FUF.TZ, PRO- |
1 lessionai In all ladies' affairs. 254 Vi 4tb it. 1m :
R. MRS. WEGENER 419 EDDY ST.; DI !_ -
-eases or ladles a specialty; Irregularities cured
in 1 day: private home for ladies. Puts, $2.
DU-PRAE'S 1 EM AIT REGULATING PILLS: A
sate and efficient emmenagogue; Sl per box.
RICHARDS A CO.. druggists. 400 Clay su. sole
agents. lel3 ly
« LPEAI S FRENCH PILLS.
; t\ A boon to males troubled with irregularities: '
no danger; sate and sure; 42 50. express CO. D.;
don't delay until 100 late. OSGOOD I.ROS.Oac- !
! land. Cal . age for Alpeau et Cie. apl tf
ASSESSMENT NOTICES.
V"OTICE l>l ASSESSMRNT-OPHIM SILVER!
-»-> Mining Company: lor .lion of principal t>la.-e
or business. Ssn Francisco, California; location ■
of works, Virginia Mining District, Storey Couuty, !
Nevada.
Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of the i
Board of Directors, held on the slh day of Sep- I
tember, 1894, an assessment (No. 63) of '26 cents :
per share was levied upon the capital st'-CK or the
corporation, payable Immediately in United States '
go a coin to the secretary, at ihe office or the
company, room su. Nevada Block, No. 309 Mont-
gomery street. NM Francisro, California.
Any --..ick upon which this assessment shall re-
main unpaid on the 9th da] of ' '<•*_.' 1894. will
bedel.nquent and advertised for sale at public
auction, and. unless payment ls mail before, will
be to d on Monday, the 29th day of October,
1894, to pay the delinquent assessment, to .ether
with the costs of advertising ami expenses of sale. I
__ . ,„ ■"•* HOLMES, Secretary.
Office— Room 50, Nevada Blocs. No. 309 Mont-
gomery street. San Fraucisco. California scO td
NOTICE OK ASSESSMENT— BR
1' Consolidated Gold Miaing Company. Looatlon
of principal pa or satinets, San Fraaclsco, Cali-
rornla: location or works, Grass Valley Mining
District, Nevada County, Caliiornla,
Notice is hereby given that at a meeting or the
board of directors held on the 3_d day of August,
1894. _■ sssessment (No. 7) of two (2) cents per
share was levied upon the capital stock or. the
corporation, payable Immediately in United States ;
geld coin, to the secretary, at the office or the !
company, room 58. Nevada block, ban Francisco,
Cal. lornia, or to the treasurer. .1. J. pin. 57
Broadway, room 8, New York city, State of New
York, on or before the 18th day ot September,
1894.
Any stock upon which this assessment shall re-
main unpaid on the 2Mb day of September. 1894.
will be delinquent an advertised tor sals at pub-
lic auction: and unless payment is made before,
will be sold on TH UK. DAY. the 11th day of Oc- !
tober, 1894, to pay the delinquent assessment, j
together with the costs of advertising and ex- !
penses of sale. By order of tbe board of directors. i
J. STADTFELD JR., Secretary.
Office— Room 66. Nevada block, San Iran.. sco, I
California- au23 td
KTOTICI OF AESESSMENT— CHOLLAR MIN- |
A . ing Company. Location or principal place of :
business. Sao Francisco. California; location ot
works. Virginia, Storey County, Nevada.
Notire ts hereby given that at a meeting of the
Board of Directors held on the 9th day or August,
1894. an assessment. No. 39, or 20 cents per snare '
was levied npon the capital stock or ihe corpora-
tion, payable immediately in United States gold
coin to lbs secretary at the office of the company, i
room 79, Nevada bloc,, No. 309 Montgomery
street. Sau Francisco, California.
Any stock upon which this assessment shall re- I
main unpaid on the 13th day of September. 1894
will be delinquent ana advertised for ssle at put*
lie auction, end unless payment Is made betors ■
will be sold on THURSDAY, ths 4tb day of Octo- !
ber. 1894, to pay tbe delinquent assessment, to-
gether with the costs of advertising and expenses
of sale. By order of the Board of Directors.
CHAS. K. KLLIOT, Secretary.
Office— Room 79, Nevada block. No. 309 Monte
gomery street, Sau Francisco. California eulO td
DELINQUENT SALE NOTICES.
I DELINQUENT SALE NO ICE GOULD A
U Curry Silver Mining Company. Location of
principal place of business, San Francisco. Cali-
fornia: location of works, Virginia, Storey
County, Nevada
Notice.— are delinquent upon tbe follow-
ing described stock, on account of assessment No.
74. levied on the _7th day or July, 1894, the sev-
eral amounts set opposite tbe names of tbe re.
spectlve shareholders, as follows:
'•"',. No. No.
Names. Cert. Shares. Amt.
Coffin a Sanderson, Trs 56106 100 91500
Coffin A Sanderson, Trs... 66533 500 7500
Coffin A Sanderson, Trs 57871 200 30 00
Coffin A Sanderson, Trs sses< 100 15 00
Durbrow, A. X.. Trustee ...46370 5 75
Durbrow, A. X.. Trustee.. 47091 100 15 00
Durbrow A. K..Tr„ baL. 4.P2_ g 1 •_.
Durbrow, A. R., Trustee 61638 lo 160
Durbrew, A. X.. Trustee.. 52453 30 450
Durbrow, A. X., Trustee 53058 '20 300
Durbrow, A. X.. Tr.. ba1.... 6 3227 3 45
Durbrow. A. A., Tru5tee.... 53856 30 4 50 I
ourbrow, A. X., Trustee ...60,11 57 8 65 I
Durbrow, A. K.Tr.. bal ...569 .4 _» 4 »5 '
Durbrew, A. X., Trustee 66978 105 16 76
Durbrow, A. X., Tru5tee. ...67262 -2wo 30 00
Dnrbrow, A. X., Trustee 67582 100 lb 00 !
Durbraw, A. X.. Trustee 67583 50 75. !
Durbrow. A. X.. Trustee 57684 «.. 90 i
Dixon A Miles, Tre5tee5.... 56492 100 15 0.
Dixon A Miles, Trustees 56053 56 750 1
Dixon A Miles, Trustees.. ..6B76l so 50 I
Duncan. Wm. L.. Tr.. .53007 5 75 j
Foster, A. W. A Co.. Trs... 675.14 10l» 16 00 |
Foster, A. W. A Co.. Trs ..._76;_s __ _ 6 00
Gautnter, K. A Co.. Ira 66991 60 7 60 I
Gautbier, E. A Co., Trs 57035 600 75 00 I
Gautbier, E. A Co., Tra 57038 bOO 75 SO 1
Gautbier, E. A Co.. Trs 57077 100 16 00
Gauthler, E. _: Cow, irs.. .. 57162 1000 150 00
Ganthler, E. * Co., Tra, 5 73-23 69 10 35 1
Ganthier.E. A Co., Tr5..... 6.627 100 150« I
Gaothler, E. A Co.. Trs.. .. 67630 IUO 18-0 1
Gauthler, E. A Co., Trs 67642 50 7 50
Gauthler. E. A Co., Ira 67889 lyo 16 00
Gaothler. E. A Co., Trs 58066 1000 160 00 1
Gurnet., W. J.. Tr, baL 6.095 6'_ 9 3*
Gregg, W. Jr.. Trustee. ba1..57_f1« 332 49 80 '
Hidley A Doud. Trs 49865 40 6 00
Jones. O. R., Trustee 56097 100 15 00.
King, W. H.. Trustee .. 54_4l )oo 16 00
Laflsgnons, Justin 64885' so 12 00 '
Marye, Geo. T. A See, Tr5. .43373 20 3 00 1
Marys. Gee. T. Aloe. Tra. .64579 20 3 OS
Marye, Geo. T. A Son. .66-22 A .60 750
Marys, O. W. ACo . Tre.....58509 100 1500
Marye, O. W. * Co.. Tra.... .580 18 go 7 69
Marshall, Louis. Trustee — 63818 60 7 60
Maddox, C. H. A Co., Trs.,
bal 47885 14 2 10
Mackeusie. J. Trustee 67369 60 7 60
Norwood. W. R. Tru5tee.. ..49186 60 7 5C
Owes. Jehu J., 1 rustee, baL55734 -.-9 439
Root, Geo. 8., Tro.tee -32.4 10(1 16 00
Root, Wee. M., Trustee 64319 100 15 00
Root. Geo. B. Trustee 66789 50 7 69
Beet, See. _>.. Trustee 67081 109 li 00
riKLINQI. KNT SALE NOTICES. j
No. .>«. ' '
Nam*:.. Cert. Shares. Amt.
Root. Geo. 8., Trustee 67093 100 15 00
Root. Geo. 8., Trusiee 57391 100 16 00
Root. Geo. B. Trustee 67787 200 30 00
Rebflsch A Co., Trustees 6434» 60 7 60
Rehfisch A Co., Trustees,bal.»727o 60 9 00
Rehfisch A Co., Trustees.. ..676 l7 100 15 00
Rehfisch A- Co . Trustees 67882 100 15 00
Rebflsch A Co., Trustees 57958 100 16 00
R-hflsch A Co., Trustees... 57960 100 15 00
Rehnsch A Co., Trustee* s** 04 100 15 00
Richards. X A.. Trustee. 272 13 10 1 60
Richardson. E. A., Trustee. 43B43 60 7 60
Stauf.Cooper A Redllck, Tre.6o7o4 60 7 59
Staur Cuu.er<ttßedllck,Trs.6l93S .109 15 00
Cooper ARedilck,Trs.66o6l 100 16 00
Stauf, Cooper *Redlirk. Trs 56330 60 7 60
Stau" A Cooper. Trustees... s6776 100 16 00
Staur A Cooper, Trustees. ..67lBo 60 7 60
Staur a Cooper, Trustees. .s7Bsl 100 16 00
Stauf A Cooper, Trustees.. . 60 7 60
Stein, Nat, Trustee 67598 100 15 00
Susinaun A Dixon, Trs 46450 5 75
Shiun, Howard H.. Trustee. .s4933 100 15 00
shinn. Howard H.,Trustee.-61937 100 15 00
Sliiuu. Howard H.. Trustee .56503 60 7 50
Shlnn. Howard H.,Trustee..s74o7 60 7 50
Shlnn, Howard ll. .Trustee .67995 69 7 50
Turnbull. Jobn. Trustee 60.79 20 3 00
Tarn bull, John, Trustee 55455 100 16 00
Turnbull, John, Trustee 66443 100 16 00
Turnbull. John. Trustee .689 '0 100 la 00
Tnrnbult, John, Trustee.. 57993 35 5:5
whltely. T. A- Co.. Trustees.ss4o7 60 7 50
Wright, W. 11., Trustee 66486 10(1 15 00
Wright, W.H., Trustee 57157 100 15 00
Zadig. Wollberg A Co..
Trustees, bal 18767 6 90
Zadig, Wollberg A Co., Tr5.. »9427 100 16 00
Zadig. Wollberg A Co.,
Trustees, oal 51207 60 9 00
Zadig, Wollberg A Co., Trs. 53701 100 15 00
Zadlg, Wollberg* Co.. Tr5..5 1019 60 7 60
Zadlg, Wollberg A Co., Trs. 55708 50 7 60
Zadlg, Wollberg A Co,
Trustees, bal 56741 60 9 00
Z-idig. Wollberg A Co., Trs. 66871 50 7 60
Zadlr, Wollbor? A Co., Tr5.. 57045 100 16 00
Zadlg, Wollberg A Co., Irs.. 57 207 100 1500
Zadlg. Wollb.rgA Co., Trs .57-54 100 15 00
Zadlg. Wollberg A Co., Tr.. 67479 1000 160 00
Zadlg, WollbergACo., Tr5..57721 100 15 00
Zadlg, Wollberg A Co., Tr5.57948 50 7 50
Zadig. Wollberg A Co . Trs_67»49 10 150
Zadlg. Wollberg A Co.. 68021 100 15 00
And in accordance witb law, and an order from
the Board of Directors, made on the 27th day or
July, 1 »94. so many shares of each parcel of such
stock as may be necessary will be sold at public auc-
tion at the office or the company. No. t'9, Nevada
Blocs, No. 309 Montgomery street, San Fran-
cisco, Calirornla, on Friday, the 21st day Sep-
tember, 1894. at the hour of 2 o'clock p. M. of
said day. to pay said delinquent assessment there-
on, togethri wltn costs of advertising and ex-
penses of sale
ALFRED K. DURBROW. Secretary.
(Bee— No. 69, Nevada Bock. No. 309 M.ut*
gomery street, San Francisco, California.
yel td
r\ ELINQUENT SALE-SAVAGE MINING COM-
*^ pany. Location of principal place of business.
en Francisco. California; location of works, Vir-
ginia Mining District, Storey County, State of Ne-
vada. .---.^" V* v. "*'.
Notice— There ls delinquent npon the following
described stock on account of assessment No. 84,
levied on tbe 27th day of July, 1894, the several
amounts set opposite the names of tbe respective
shareholders, as follows:
No. No.
Namks. Cert. Shares. Amt.
Chas. L. Weill. Tr., bal 36807 00 $12 00
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History of France Yonee
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Down In the World Florence Warden
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