Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on September 22, 1897 · Page 3
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mm V - I . ' ' A ' " ""J ., FOR TRANSll-N T CLASSIFIED One cent per word tor ona Insertion. Two cents pr word tor three lnimrtlona. Two and on-half cents pr word for six Insertions. Rate per line on month.. .......... .60 oents SITUATIONS WANTED. ' Half a cent per word tor one insertion. One cent per word for three Insertions. .' Two cents per word for six Insertions. Tribune Publishing Comnwy. W. XL DARCHC ' President. C. A. DOT LB. Advertising Manager. t'RSONALS. TO THE PUBLIC After the 17th day-of Rentember. I. Frank Ames, am not re sponsible for my wife's bills. FRANK AMES. MISS INEZ - 11. CHAPMAN, trained - i - T.l.nil , nt. ii 11 run : irnuiuitiH ui ,wu - w- HnxnltaJ Brooklyn. N. T. 1(01 Railroad ave,. Alameda. t)R. DUVAL The Natural and Vital Islne Healer. Is obliged to remove nis , Healing- Institute to the more spacious hall of the Victoria House. No. 833 Clay st.. l-etween Seventh and Eighth, where he will treat an manner of diseases that medicines cannot cure or benefit. Hours from 9 A, M. to 12 M. and from 2 PM. to 6 P. M. Also will preach some place (after tomorrow) every Sunday at 11 A M.. every Wednesday-evening; at 8 P. M. The gentleman who lost his Job through blindness and paralysis of the nerves has been completely cured and has gone into business again (telegraphy) at 477 Twenty-ninth st The lady at the point of death from hemorrhage has been completely cured of that and is fast recovering of bronchitis in Its most fearful form. Residence 815 Seventeenth st. ; hours, from 10 to 11 A. M. JRTUNE-TEXliNG," 26e ;" 519 Sixteenth street: ladles only; hours I to t P. M. BUSINESS PERSONALS. FURNITURE WANTED We wiU give you mora cash for your furniture and household goods than you caa get anywhere. J. A. Munro Co.. 1617-1 Park st Alameda, general auctioneers. Tel. Red 423. LOST AND FOUND. LOST A white Spits dog; answers to the name of "Flock"; number ot tag 383. Finder please return to 1115 Tenth ave.-, East Oakland, and receive reward. LOST September 8th, between Berkeley and Franklin at., Oakland, small silver , watch, hunting case; also a hitching - strap, neiurn 10 inuuun uuiub ttuu receive reward. LOST On September Zlst, a pair of gold ' eye glasses ; had them last at Arlington Restaurant. The finder will be reward ed by returning the same to the Tribune office. LOST One pair of spring scales on Seventeenth st bet. i San Pablo and Telegraph aves. Return to 761 Washington. Reward. medical; AL monthly stcanes. iron, whatever cause, restored In a few hours; safe and sure at aU times when other have failed; every case guaranteed; my old time remedies never fail; years of ex- - perience; advice free; terms reasonable; home In confinement; 1126 Market St.. 8. F.. over Owl drug store. Mrs. Ir. Daley. ALL, FEMALE COMPLAINTS and diseases of the eye promptly cured at Mrs. Dr. Scott's. 410 Geary St.; consultation tree; no charge until cured; hours, 10 to 12. to 4 and 7 to 8. BLESSING to ladies suffering from Irregularities and diseases peculiar to their sex; latest improved method ot treatment; never falls; perfectly harmless; free from any bad effects; never makes them sick to make them well; travelers helped Immediately: prices to autt the times: home in confinement. Dr. and Mrs. Davies, 14 McAllister at., next Hlbernia Bank; consult free, French regulating pink pills. 82. DBS. C. C. a. W. O DON NELL Office and residence, 704 Washington St., near ' Kearny, and 765 Market St., San Francisco; office hoars. 10 A. M. to 4 P. M.. and T to 8 P. M.; particular attention . paid to diseases of women and children. FURNITURE WANTED. A. H. MAYER buys furniture, carpets, pi-anos. 1135 Market. 8. F. ; TeL Jessie 76L BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES. RESTAURANT and Chop House must be . sold this week; rent paid to October 1st; rare chance; in fine order; one-third its , .value; everything first class; in the center of Oakland, Apply to H. Bchell-haas. the furniture dealer, 408 Eleventh street, FOR SALE Old established restaurant, known as New Creamery, In the heart 4 Oakland; must be sold at once. Apply ' mt the old store of H. Schellhaas, 408 Eleventh st.' fJOO-GROCERY BUSINESS; fine location and paying; good reason for sale. Al-den, Garfield A Co., 908 Broadway. RESTAURANT with fixtures for sale cheap; sickness cause of sale. 914 Seventh st. ..... ., FOR SALE Fine, stationery -business; good location; cheap.. Address L, n., box 2, Tribune office.' SPIRITUALISTS. JUST ARRIVED from San Antonio,. Tex- aa. Mrs, J. Martin, medium;, sittings dally; circles Monday, Thursday , and Saturday evenings. Glrard Hotel, 955H Washington st, rooms 1 and 2. MME. E.'- YOUNG'S teat meeting every Wednesday night 10c G. A. R. Hall, Thirteenth and Broadway. Fine music MRS. EWER, Mediura7wUl"hold spiritual test meetings every Sunday evening and afternoon at 2 o'clock, at Becker's Hall, bet Eighth and Ninth sts. OCULISTS. - HAT W ARD G. THOMAS. M. D.; office Central Bank Building, Fourteenth and 'Broadway; hours 19 to 4. WANTED MISCELLANOUS. WANTED Horse and harness and light delivery wagon. Address E. B., box 3, this office. --:--. WANTED To purchase cheap,' plane in good order; payments to be made on ln- stallment plan. Apply at 661' Ninth st, ,-- WANTED To rent a good piano; refer- ences if desired. Address B. Z., box 5, this office. . . WANTED One second hand buggy, one second hand phaeton; stats prices. Ad-- dress A. B., box 6, Tribune office. WANTED Good . driving horse in exchange for carpenter work. IW Virginia ' gL. Berkeley. . , Classified. FURNISHED ROOMS TO RENT THE BRUNSWICK HOTEL, cor. Ninth and Washington sts., is one of- the best kept hotels in Oakland; no children; all rooms nicely furnished and scrupulously clean; rooms for gentlemen, -with 'first class board. $22.50 month. Mrs. M. Lamb, proprietress. COLUSA HOUSE Fine furnished rooms for housekeeping; gas stoves; single rooms; teems low.'' 1010ft Washington st. near Tenths"-; TO LET To lady, sunny front-room; pi ano. 606 Telegraph ave.- - " - :-- FOR RENT Furnished rooms In private house, 1167 Brush st. THE VICTORIA Nicely furnished sunny suit for light housekeeping; also nice single room for gentleman; bath and laundry free; rants reasonable.' IS61V4 Clay st. FOR RENT Very pleasant front bay , window suit., newly furnished; nice for two gentlemen; terms to suit the times. 903 Washington st. . FURNISHED bay window suite for housekeeping; low rate; also single rooms for gentlemen. 869 Washington $5 PER .MONTH Large, sunny front rooms, nicely furnished, at the Colonial Family House, cor. Second and Broad way, sts. Call and investigate. PLEASANT, sunny suite, with reasonable." 961 Jackson st. ' board FURNISHED ROOMS in one of the most desirable neighborhoods In Oakland. Apply 1383 Harrison at.; housekeeping privileges. , FOR RENT Furnished rooms in private house. 1167 Brush st. TO LET At 574 Thirteenth St., one large parlor suit of rooms, with board; also smaller suits and single rooms; all sun ny; terms reasonable. FURNISHED ROOMS to let at 75o per per week; cor. Second and Washington. FOR RENT Very pleasant front bay window suit, newly furnished; nice for two gentlemen; terms to suit the times. 953V. Washington st. FURNISHED ROOMS for housekeeping. 1159 Seventh st., Adeline station; next to laundry; three rooms for $8. FOR RENT Furnished ; on Tenth st. near Clay: desirable for gentleman; rent rea sonable. Apply 559 Tenth st. FOR RENT 468 Eighth st; two unfurnished rooms; no children; private eas ily. FOR RENT Four desirable rooms for housekeeping, unfurnished; rent 815. Ap ply 413 Twelfth st., near Broadway. TRUNKS MOVED. 25c each. 424 Tenth st ROOMS WANTED. WANTED Three or four unfurnished ; rooms, centrally located. Address L. O , box 4, this office. ROOMS AND BOARDING. BOARD AND ROOM A private famHy In Alameda have a large front room with balcpny; handsomely furnished; hot and '.-cold water; use of large library; suitable for two; two blocks only from Chestnut st. rtation; terms reasonable. Address M. A. J., Alameda P. O. THE BRUNSWICK HOTEL has the fin est dining room in Oakland, home cook ing and the best the market produces; the best board in town and no exception, . 84 per week. Mrs. M. Lamb, proprietress. WANTED Boarders In private family at 539 Twenty-first St., by Susie Becker. PLEASANT HOME, near buslnesscenter ; sunny rooms, pleasant grounds and excellent table. 156 E. 12th st. cor. 3d ave. HOUSES FOR SALE. $4,800 A BARGAIN; in San Leandro; ten room two story house, all modern, cne- fourth block land, 40 fruit trees, large lawns and flower garden; everything choice and in A 1 order; choicest location, 1 blk. from electric cars; cost $7,300; . can be bought part cash or installments. Address box 218, San Leandro. MUST BE SOLD House, five rooms, modern; lot 75x180; Fruitvale ave.; small payment down; house, five rooms, modern; lot 130x125, near Loiin station, monthly payments; rooming house, 13 rooms; rooming house, 40 rooms, for sale at a great bargain. P. Kelly, Real Estate Exchange, 461 Ninth st. SIX ROOMS Moorish design, new, sunny, modern. Large yard, front lawn. Must be seen to be appreciated. Apply . 861 Twenty-seventh near San Pablo avenue. PoR SALE Near Fruitvale; three acres with a variety of bearing fruit trees and a four room cottage, which Is supplied all the year with spring water through pipes: a fine place for raising chickens; a bargain; at $2,500; mortgage of $1,300 may be assumed. Albert Schmidt, 620 East Twelfth st. East Oakland. HALLS TO LET. GRAND ARMY HALL to tot. -Broadway. Apply lilt UNFURNISHED HOUSES TO LET $3.50 House on Hannah at. $1 Cottage, Eighth near Alice. $13 per month Cottage of 6 rooms. Twenty-first st near San Pablo ave.. $21 Cottage of 6 rooms on Fourteenth st. $12.50 Cottage of 5 rooms and bath. Twenty-seventh st. near Ban Pablo ave. $12.60 Modern fiat of 6TOOms on Oak st, HUGH M. CAMERON. Real Estate and Insurance, 479 Ninth St HOUSES TO LET. FOR RENT Nicely furnished house of six rooms and bath; all modern improve- ments; rent reasonable. Inquire at Mrs. K. S. Klinkner, Golden Gate. - - FOR RENT Large shop or store room . 25x90 feet. Franklin st bet. Eleventh and : Twelfth sts.; blue front, up and down stairs. Apply at H. ScheUhaas Old Store, 108 Eleventh at. :- $8 COST COTTAGE, five rooms, stable, garden; lot 80x165 feet; Merced ave. bet Shattuck and Telegrapn avea- Peralta - district; key next door, by Mr. Martin. TEN ROOM HdU8E7barn. . etc ; ' iarge grounds; Just outside city; rent cheap to steady tenant. J. J. O'Rourke, 802 Broadway, Oakland. FOR RENT House of seven rooms and bath, $20; also cottage live rooms and bath, $15; also a corner flat, five rooms " and bath, rent wa. inquire 1152 E. 25th st. cor. zza ave- TO LET A bouse of seven rooms, mod-. ern - conveniences, high . basement: on N. E. cor. Fifth and Brush sts.; with . stable for two horses $17; without stable $15. Apply on premises. TO LET Cottage ot four rooms, cheap . to responsiDis party. Apply on pren-; lses, 824 Twenty-second street, or owner, 1466 West street, cor. Twentieth. SITUATIONS WANTED F KM ALE. EMPLOYMENT OFFICE Mrs. Cattell, 525 Eighth st. near Clay; German, Scandinavian, all nationalities: referenced cooks, nurses,' second girls. ' coachmen, gardeners, etc Tel. 3291-black. - SITUATION WANTED to do general housework; good cook; no objection to short distance in country; no cards answered. Address M. C, 530 Eighth st. - - A MIDDLE AGED WOMAN wishes posi tion to take care of a lady or Invalid. Mra. Burk, 1510. New Broadway. PRIVATE Employment Office Mrs. L. C Marvin's Hair Store, 1153 Washington at. Telephone 2014-red. A COMPETENT NURSE desires situa tion to nurse In confinement, care ot an Infant or Invalid; or would go out sew lng by the day: reference given. 542 Seventeeth St., Oakland. - SITUATION WANTED by Swedish girl at general housework and cooking; city or country; good cook. Address Swedish Girt, box 4, this office. THOROUGHLY COMPETENT French girl wishes situation; second work; pri vate family. Call of address 2743 Dwlght way,. Berkeley; good references..-, . SITUATION WANTED by two reliable young girls for second work and general housework; good references. Call at 876 Seventh st. SITUATION WANTED by a reliable man 36 years of age, on private place or ranch; understands ranching In all ita branches; can take full charge. Address B. J., box 6, this office. WANTED A situation by a competent girl to do housework or cooking; la a good cook. Apply 912 Clay st. - SITUATION WANTED In grown family as cook and housework; good references. Apply 915 Twenty-first St. FEMALE HELP WANTED. WANTED At once, girl in small family; light housework and assist with children. Apply 169 Third st. WANTED Little girl to mind baby. Apply at second house on Orange ave. near East Twenty-fourth at. - WANTED First class starch ironars. Apply at Oakland Laundry Co,' 690 Twenty-ninth st. SITUATIONS WANTED MALE. YOUNG MAN, 18 years, desires a situation in a lawyer's office to read law; can do typewriting and willing to make himself generally useful; Little salary. Address Law, tills office. t MALE HELP WANTED. HORSESHOER wanted by M. Casey, 418 Seventh at. Good floorsman only need apply. PARTNER WANTED To buy half Interest In one of the finest grocery houses In Oakland; established many years and doing a large, safe and Increasing bus iness; an acceptable party can purchase half Interest without bonus; no agents. Address for four days, giving references, etc., T. R. M., this office. . . WANTED Collector and agents; salary and commission. Apply 6 to 8, 1020 Jet ferson st. WANTED A young man to learn the dyeing business; must be willing to work; to a suitable person good encour agement will be given. Apply with copy of testimonials to D.. Tribune office. FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. RARE CHANCE My entire lot of house hold goods axe offered at greatly re duced prices; Mr. Wollpert, the assignee, will retire on or about October 1st, and we must have coin by that time. ScheU-haas' old store, 408 Eleventh sCT v FOR SALE A fine driving horse; or owner would exchange " for good' saddle horse. Inquire at Dexter Stables or 1308 ' Madison st. FOR SALE Grandly bred St. Bernard pups. ' Enquire 879 Twenty-sixth St. FOR SALE QUARTZ MINE Four miles from Jackson; 19,000 tons ot ore developed; works $4.50 per ton free gold; first class milling facilities. Apply to A. W, Bishop, 906 Broadway, Oakland. CaL ADMINISTRATOR'S SALES $1,500; fine unimproved corner lot 100x133 feet; both streets macadamized and aide walked; this and several others must be sold to close estates. Hugh M. Cameron, Real Estate and Insurance, 479 Ninth at. FOR SALE A nne singer sewing machine, most new; also a good spring wagon; party going away; this is a bar gain worth looking alter. Address A. Z., box 6. this office NEW oak extension table, $4.75; 6 drawer chiffonier, .au; large carpet cneap. ti. J. Hunter, sus xaaraet si. PAINT, strictly pure, $1 per gallon. Cashmore. 1011 Broadway. G. FOR SALE An entire Alaskan or min er's outfit; tents on hand or made to or der; second hand tents at less than cost of material: don't buy until you get our price; we guarantee to save you money, Saiingers, o. w.. cor. jMeventn ana Washington sts. PHOTOS FRAMED, 25o upwards; pictures framed artistically, one-third off; finest enlarging at cost prices; half price on framed stock; installments; frames re- gilded cheap: bargains in organs. WiU helm's Art Store. 520 Fourteenth st. FOR EXCHANGE. EAST LAKE five room cottage in Paso Robles; value $1,700; rent $15; exchange for Oakland property or lots. . Address 1310 Hayes at., San Francisco. RESTAURANTS. ROCKPORT RESTAURANT. 1074 'Thirteenth avn., near Twelfth st. East Oak-Land; open from 10 o'clock In morning te 1 JO at night; oysters in every style; oy sters put up In bottles for family use. CITY REAL ESTATE. CHOICE LOTS for sale; beautifully located la Keller's Rose Park. Piedmont and Mont Vista avea- near St. Mary's College; eicae te three lines ot electric ' cars, on passing property; lots 9 and 10 feet front by 100 deep; ail improved t with choice fruit and shadt. trees; good drainage: terms to suit. Apply te P. J. . Keller, florist, SU Seventh , st, or oa -. prenuaes, . 1 " GREAT CHANCE For sixty days only you can buy a beautiful lot in the Jones tract, in the best part ot Elmhurst; cement sidewalks; graded streets; city water; very low prices; $6 and $16. per month, without Interest or taxes. Every house built on this property rents at once; houses built en easy terms. See V owner. A. Jones. Elmhurst, trLLU. Balabury, agent Elhmurst Land Co 466 Ninth St. ;v ; . yf..ys "... REDUCED TO $5 FOOT, worth $16; beau-, tif ul lot 44x100, Clinton Mound tract. right in town. 11 -mln. from Broadway; , charming view; healthy location: S mm. from electrics; must sell; owner going East. Appiy to Juaen uarneld. SOS Broadway. r-:, MUSICAL. JUST THE THING Private parties aaj ' lodges lurnlshed with entertainments rn the graphopbone, giving all the lataaf ongs and instrumental selections. t- logues, etc.; trial given; terms low. Call o? address C D. Pariah, 129 San Pablo ave. TEACHER of . piano, organ, mandolin, guitar and banjo. 120 Fifth st, bet ' Madison and Oak sts. Terms reason able. REAL ESTATE. BARGAINS BARGAINS BARGAINS BARGAINS BARGAINS BARGAINS BARGAINS BARGAINS BARGAINS BARGAINS BARGAINS : BARGAINS ' BARGAINS Offered by WILLIAM' J. WILLIAM J. WILLIAM J. DINGEEi' . DING EE DINGEE DINGEE DINGEE DINGEE DINGEE I DINGEE DINGEE WILLIAM WILLIAM WILLIAM WILLIAM J. J. J. jr. J. J. WIIXiIAM WILLIAM 460 460 460 440 460 460 EIGHTH BT. EIGHTH ST. EIGHTH ST, OAKLAND OAKLAND OAKLAND EIGHTH ST. EIGHTH ST. EIGHTH ST. 46a EIGHTH 8T. 81,200 EAST OAKLAND property; on Thirteenth ave. near station; pays one per cent per month on price asked; a rare bargain. -. 82,450-ON FOURTEENTH ST., centrally located; fine cottage and lot 83x115; sunny exposure; price reduced from 83,250 for quick sale. -.-v $1,600 ON FRUITVALE AVE.: a beauti ful building site, 50 feet frontage, depth l asA .. . . . ucariy ow leei; covered wun cnoice cner- ry trees; nothing-on the avenue like It; easy terms. 813,000-ON FRUIT VALE AVE.: six acres handsomely improved; large modern residence and outbuildings; fruit trees, etc; - a bargain. -'".- -, - . - $1,750 ON SYCAMORE ST. near Grove; five room cottage and lot 44x100; mortgage 81,300 in an Oakland bank; a bargain. . . . . , ssbb-bb-b 84,000-ON EAST FOURTEENTH ST., north side, west ot Fruitvale ave.; two story modern house, nine rooms, two baths; lot 80x275; fine lawn, green-house. etc; an offer of less might be accepted if made at once. R250-ON MAGNOLIA ST., west side, near Tenth; modern cottage of seven rooms and bath; lot 60x133; good stable; price reduced. 84,750 BEAUTIFUL HOME, new, modern In all Its appointments, electric lighting and bells, frescoed walls, porcelain tub, fine cellar; contains eight large rooms; lot 40x115; a corner. 82,500-ON POPLAR ST.. near Tenth; two story modern house of eight rooms and bath; lot 39x115; taken under foreclosure; a bargain. fJ.OCO-ON JONES ST. bet Telegraph ave. and Grove st; cottage of six rooms and bath; lot 80x100; mortgage ot 82,300 can remain. Before buying, call or send tor list of bargains to be had In our office. We can find exactly what you want. WILLIAM J. DINGEE WILLIAM J. DINGEE WILLIAM J. DINGEE WILLIAM J. DINGEE 460 460 460 EIGHTH ST. EIGHTH ST.. EIGHTH ST. OAKLAND ATTORNEYS. C - H. TEBBS. Attorney-at-Law, 1003ft sroaaway, rooms w-zi. KKooS & HAUUiii, Attorneys-at-Law. Parrott bldg., San Francisco. Telephone Jessie cuL , .. J PHIL M. WALSH, Attorney-at-Law, City justices court suuaing, s. " m. cor. Broadway and Eighth sta. - J. n. BARBER, Attorney, Notary: 8U8 Broadway; TeL , 1068 Main; State Federal courts. ' georgs w. LAMGAN. Attorney and Counselor -at -Law, Livermore, 'Cat; pracuees in all courts. BEN F. WOOLNEK. Attorney and Coun-Velor-at-Law and Notary Public 1003 Broadway, rooms I ana a . CLINTON G. DODGE, rooms 15 and 18, 906 Broadway. . ! FOX A GRAY. Attorneys-at-Law. Pactfio Mutual building, entrance t, fourth floor. Ban FTanclsco. FRICK 4k GOO DC ELL, Attorneys-at Law, Blake 4k Moffitt building, rooms 49-68. GEORGE E. DB GO LI A. 967 Broadway, northeast corner of Ninth st, Oakland, room 2. telephone No. 88. JOHNSON 4k SHAW, Law Broadway, rooms 8, S and 6. omce, va MELVLN C CHAPMAN. Attorney-at-Law. S57 Broadway. Oakland. CaL. rooms 8. 4 and 6. . . SNOOK 4k CHURCH. Attorneys-at-Law. room 8. Dlatrlct Attorney's office. Court House. NYE 4k KINSELL. Attorneys-at-Law. 861 Broadway. R. M. FITZGERALD. Attorney-at-Law. 854Mt Broadway, rooms 1 and 2. Oakland. bAAiUiL JUELL McK.EE JR, Attorney-at-Law. 957 Broadway. Oakland. CaL OAKLAND BICYCLE DEALERS REMINGTON TO -THE FRONT O. F. Rods, gunsmith, bicycle repairing and model- making. 14 Telegraph ave., and 1211 Broadway. ' ' ' ' ' WOLFF AMERICAN high art cycles: first class repairing. Twelfth at. - - :'v-. , Btarratt Bros-, 428 B. C LUND, corner of Fourteenth and Franklla; Thistle cycles; expert repalr- 97 HUMBERS Come and see-them. . 899 San Pablo ave. T. C. Hoag. MONEY TO LOAN. MONEY LOANED in suras to suit; cheap rates; bargains in real estate; houses to rent D. F. McDonald 4fc Co., 468 Ninth . street - DENTISTS. SR. CHAS. ,V. EVERTS, Dentist. Montgomery st. fMui JTanciaco. . 3. 8; etDos hours tte U A, M. and 1 to 6 P.M. 'vv,vvr- ... - - DR. W. SL TAYLOR Dentist, Central Bank building. roenAS-l-224; hours s-U and X-: !TL 13 Rd. s " r J, M. DliNrCD. U Xua Broadway; rooms j.TBjnco- aeurs a. m. to S P. M., PHYSICIANS DIRECTORY. D. D. CROWLEY, M. D, surgeon; office Central block. 1062 Broadway. Oakland. - .'j C to KOoucn 8q so tperrya rieu-; Tito Presa - Clipping BureasL tvt ' Montgomery street, San Fraaetsee' furnishes all newspaper dippings oa as ubjecta, business and personal. , ,4 - 'J 85,000 An elegant new two story colonial style residence of ten rooms: fine interior finish; porcelain tuba; open plumbing; complete In every detail; situation one of the finest on Vernon Heights; large lot 62x125; this property la exceptionally desirable for any one wanting a home; it la low In price: terms only X500 cash: call for keys and examine property. Lay mane Real Es-tata and Investment Co, 466 Eighth st. . . 8M-B 85,000 Elegant new two atory colonial style residence of elsrht rooms and bath; Interior very complete; Spanish cedar finish, tastily arranged r corner lot 40X 100. beautifully located In the central part of Oakland dose to station; easy terms, only 500 cash; call at our office for keys. vm-i- -a -ml Estate and .Investment Co. 4&1 Els-nth at. 1QU-X $2,650 Lanre to on Br4 in Piedmont has almost a n Miitan of six rooms. brick foundation; price reduced from - $4,000 In order to make immediate sale; mortgage $L2S0 can remain; balance cash. Laymance Real Estate and Investment CO.. Rirhth m 84 $30,000 Broadway business property paring 10 per cent; always rented; has a fine future and a bargain; owner refused one-third more than this price through our office, but Is now compelled to sell; this property will bear a thorough investigation. Larrauin Real Estate and Investment Co tfis Eighth st, 178-A $1.250 One and one-half story house six rooms and bath: lot ssvioo: at Third and Harrison sts.; splendid home, cheap in price; all clear; will make terms. Laymance Real Estate and Investment Co.. Eighth sL 804-P $2,400 Modern cottage six rooms and bath; a Bargain; assessed for $3,200; within one block of Fourteenth and Market sis.; extra built cottage and prospective business property. Laymance Real Estate and Investment Co.. 466 Eighth st. 175-R $2,650 Mortgage $2,100 can remain; would like balance cash; would consider otter; new modern two story house eight rooms and bath; lot 36x100 convenient to Telegraph ave and Grove st electric cars; this property will be sold at a bargain; call for keys at office. Layman oe Real Estate and Investment Co.. 466 Eighth st. . 176-C (Official.) BOARD OF SUPERVISORS. Prooeedinjjs of Adjourned Regular Meeting of the Board of Super visors, Monday, September 18th, 1807. The Board of Supervisors met at 10 A. M. The roil was called and all members found to be present. The minutes of the last regular meeting were read and approved without altera tion. f RELIEF TO INDIGENTS. ! The following persons made application for relief, vis: Mrs. De Forrest, Sixteenth and Market, aire 40. widow, two children. Mrs. Mary Alameda, Twentieth avenue between East Nineteenth and Twentieth streets, age 24, Portugal, married, three children. Mrs. S. C. Ford, 222 East Fifteenth street, age 34, North Carolina, married, two children. Referred to Supervisor Roeth. Mrs. Georgle Sage, Ayala avenue near Martin, North Temewjal, age 54, United States, widow, no children. Referred to Supervisor Mitchell. Mrs. Kalschstaln. Orchard avenue, age 40, United States, deserted, six children. Referred to Supervisor Talcott REPORTS OF COUNTY AND TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. J. P. Young, M. D., Health Officer Washington township, presented his report for August. R. T. Stratton, surgeon and physician Receiving Hospital, presented his report for August. Chaa. M. Fisher, physician and surgeon Gounty Jail, presented his report for August. J. H. Taylor, Justice of the Peace for Murray township, submitted his statement of fees for June and August. Reports were also received From F. B. Granger Jr., Road Foreman Alvarado Road District, and A. J. Rodriguez, Road Foreman Alvarado Road Uifrtriet. show ing work done in Alvarado Road District from July 1st to August 31st, and in Cen-tervllle Road District from August 1st to rnst. The reports above mentioned were re ceived and ordered placed on file. APPLICATION FOR PERMITS. The following persons made application for permits to obtain a license for the sale or liquors, viz: Fred Dugan. Nlles: Barbara Baumber ger, San Leandro; Robert Knudson, Dub lin road, Hden township, and Henry D. Detels, opposite Twenty-seventh avenue. The applications being in proper form and the bonds correct, they were ordered approved by the Chairman and referred to the Judiciary Committee. REPORT OF JUDICIARY COMMITTEE. The Judiciary Committee reported favorably upon the applications of H. H. Pohlmann, Warm Springs; Carl Rasmus-Mn, Irvlngton; J. F. Velladao, Fruitval avenue near EKtst Fourteenth street, and Frank Rose, Cerrtervllle. and thereupon appropriate resolutions were Introduced, granting to each of said parties permits to entain a license tor tne sale of liquor? AFFHXAVITS OF POSTING NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. TV' D. Wells presented his affidavit of posting of notice to contractors In the matter of graveling county road No. 544. - J. R. Talcott presented his affidavit of posting notice to contractors hi the matter of macadamizing 8an Leandro road between San Leandro bridge and Elm-burst. The affidavits were received and filed. AFFIDAVITS . OF PUBLICATION OF NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Were presented by the Haywarde Journal In the matter of macadamizing mountain road, and from San Leandro Reporter In the matter of macadamizing San Leandro road from Haywards towards San Leandro. The same were received and ordered filed. ALLOWANCE OF CREDITS. The following made application for allowance of credits: Peter Bird, so that his term would expire September 15th Instead of September 30th; and -' - - ' Enoch Padden, so that his term would expire September 16th instead of October 1st. : The recommendation of the Jailer accompanying each application, the requests were granted. , REQUISITIONS. Requisition were received from the following: .. C. B. White, for shoes, overalls and tihlrts. - - ,.-. 1 . Granted. . Eugene Lynch, janitor, for dusters, toweling, etc. . . -. ; , .Granted.. '. '--."' W. E. Greene, tor codes and digests. Granted.--.. RE-PLANKING V OF ALVARADO V:-.w-:? "-- BRIDGE. . Geo. L. Nuscbaumer. County Surveyor, reported that the contractor had completed h4e contract and gave .statement of what was due. Thereafter, upon motion of Supervisor Wells, seconded by Supervisor Church, the bridge was accepted by the following vote: Ayes Supervisors . Church, Mitchell, REAL ESTATE. Roeth. Wells and Chairman Talcott 5. - Noes .None. - . is: , . . MONET NEEDED FOR SCHOOL PUR POSES, 1S37. The County Superintendent of Schools reported that the minimum amount needed for maintalntngr schools of Alameda county for 1S97 would be $178,260, being $4 lor eacn a.iu census cnuaren. The report was ordered referred to the Judiciary Committee. - - , - APPROVAL OF CONTRACT AND BOND FOR GRAVELING COUNTY ROAD NO. 644. ' ..-' :.--v ' - John Beck, to Whom was awarded the contract for graveling county road No. 514 from Alvarado. presented hla contract and bond, which were ordered approved and accepted.. . - - . . j . - DEED OF SHERMAN, CLAY AND OTH ERS FOR WIDENING HIGH : STREET. ' The deed received from Sherman. Clay and others for property needed on widen ing of High street at the last meeting. and which were referred to the Surveyor and District Attorney for examination. was reported to be correct and was or dered recorded by the Clerk. BIDS FOR IMPROVEMENT OF MAIN COUNTY ROAD FROM SAN LEAN DRO TO HAYWARDS. The hour of 11 o'clock having arrived. the following fMds were opened for grad ing and improving San Leandro road from Ban Leandro to Haywards: - W. J. Schmidt 34 cents per square " foot $8,240.6$ T. B. Russell 7,400 00 E. ii. Stone 7.3-S5 00 Warren 4k Malley 7.600 00 The bids were referred to the Committee of the Whole, . .. IMPROVEMENT f OF MAIN COUNTY ROAD FROM HAYWARDS TO NILEB. The hour of 11 o'clock having arrived. the Clerk presented the following bids for tne improvement or the mam county road leading from Haywards to Niles: 1 Jacob Harder $2.9S5 00 T. B. Russell. 2.4S4 00 E. B. Stone.. 2,458 25 The bids were referred to the Committee of the Whole. ACCEPTANCE OF LLOYD AVENUE FROM MERRILL AVENUE TO HIGH STREET. ' ' '. A deed was presented by Supervisor Talcott from Emile H. Brugulere and Josephine F. Brugulere to the county of Alameda and the following resolution was introduced by Supervisor Talcott: "Resolved., That Lloyd avenue from Merrill avenue to High street, as the said avenue is delineated and so designated on that certain map entitled 'Map of the Fruitvale Terminal Tract, etc.. filed in the office of the Recorder of Alameda county on December 7th, 1895. be and the same is hereby accepted and declared a public highway and county road, and the Road Commissioner of District No. 2 be and he is hereby authorized to open the same to the public. "And be H further Resolved, That the deed from Emile A. Brugulere and Josephine F. Brugulere to the county of Alameda, dated August 81. 1S97, be accepted and the Clrrk of this Board requested to have same placed on record." The roll was called and the resonition adopted by the following vote: Ayes Supervisors Church. Mitchell. Roeth. Wells and Chairman Talcott 4. Noes None. IMPROVEMENT OF FISH RANCH ROAD. The following resolution was introduced by supervisor Roeth: - itesoivea. -mat supervisor Roeth. as Road Commissioner of Claremont Road District, be authorized by. the Board to employ the County Surveyor to make the surveys of the proposed improvements to the Fish ranch road In Claremont Road UlFtnot. and to prepare plans and sneclfi cations for said work, with an estimate of cost of same, as required by Sec. 2643 of the Political Code." The roll was called and the resolution aaoptea by the following vote: Ayes Supervisors Church. MKchell, xtoem. wens ana (jnairman Taieott 6. Noes None. INSPECTOR OF WORK ON IMPROVE MENTS, COUNTY ROAD NO. 544. The following resolution was introduced oy supervisor wells: "Resolved, That Supervisor. Wells, acting as Road Commissioner of Alvarado Road District, be and he Is hereby au- tnorizea to appoint an inspector to super vise the work of grading and graveling the road m Alvarado Road District between Alvarado and Centerville, at a salary of $4 per day, said salary commencing September 15th, 1897, for each day of ac tual service. " , The roll was called and the resolution adopted by the following vote: Ayes Supervisors Church, Mitchell, Koetn, wens ana Chairman Talcott 5. Noes None. EXTENSION OF PIPE LINE FOR SPRINKLING FISH RANCH ROAD. The following resolution was introduced by Supervisor Roeth : "Resolved. That Supervisor Roeth, as Road Commissioner of Claremont Road District, be and he is hereby authorized to have 1.200 feet of 3-inch pipe with stand pipes put in on tne Fish ranch road, ex-tending the present pipe line." The roll was called and the resolution adopted by the following vote: Ayes Supervisors Church, Mitchell. itoeth, wells and Chairman Talcott 5. Noes None. AWARD OF CONTRACT FOR GRADING SAN LEANDRO ROAD FROM SAN LEANDRO TO HAYWARDS. The following resolution was Introduced by Supervisor Talcott: "Resolved, That the bid of E. B. Stone for improvements on main county road leading from Ban Leandro to Haywards, in accordance with plans and specifications adopted by this Board, being the lowest Md, be accepted and the contract awarded to him: and be It further "Resolved, That the District Attorney be requested to draw up a contract for said work, and the Chairman of the Board be empowered to sign the same; and be it further "Resolved, That he execute a bond in the sum of $7,000, to be approved by the Chairman or this tsoara: and "Resolved. That the work shall be com pleted within sixty days after signing the contract." 1 The roll was called and the resolution adopted by the following vote: Ayes Supervisors Church, Mitchell, Roeth, Wells and Chairman Talcott 6, Noes None. 1 ACCEPTANCE OF CONTRACT FOR IMPROVEMENT OF MAIN COUNTY ROAD FROM HAYWARDS TO NILES. The following resolution was introduced by Supervisor Talcott: "Resolved. That the bid of T. B. Russell for improvements of main county road leading from Haywards to Niles. in accordance with plans and specifications adopted by this Board, being the lowest bid. be accepted, and the contract awarded to him; and be it further "Resolved, That the District' Attorney be requested to draw up a contract for said work and the Chairman of the Board be empowered to sign the same; and be it further "Resolved. That he execute a bond In the sum of $2.E00, to be approved by the Chairman of this Board; and "Resolved, That the work be completed within sixty days after signing the contract", . - - The roll was called and the resolution adopted by the following vote: Ayes Supervisors. Church, Mitchell, Roeth, Wells and Chairman Talcott 6. Noee None. INVESTIGATION OF LIQUOR " LICENSE PERMITS.- . Supervisor Church called the Board's attention to the violation of the license ordinance by Chaa. Tepper. 8. C. Wingate, one Gibbons and C Stegrist. and moved that the Sheriff be requested to act In con-1u notion with the License Collector and sea that the ordinance was obeyed or violations punished. He also introduced the rnllmrlna: resolution: "Resolved. That C. Biegrlst be and be Is herebVT notified to appear before this Board on Monday, the 20th day of Sep tember, 1897. at 11 A. J., ana snow cause. If anv. why his permit to sell liquors. granted by this Board, should not be re voked." The roll was called and the resolution adopted by the following vote: Ayes Supervisors Church, Mitchell, Roeth, ;Wells and Chairman Talcott 6. Noes None - - .-''.-:'' - RECESS. The Board then took a rsctsa until t P M. AFTERNOON SESSION. "' . The Board reassembled at 8 o'clock t. M. The roll wm called and. all members found to be present ' STATE TAX RATE FOR 1897.' V A communication was received from the State Board of Equalisation stating' that the rate nxed and apportioned ior tsiaie taxes would be: ..... . , Vnr cnncml fund.. .25 Cents For school fund .......22.6 cents For interest and sinking fund...., 1.4 cents Total State tax ....5.0 cents Ad valorem tax for State Univer- iy 10 cents ....SL0 cents Ordered filed. : READING ROOM FOR COUNTY IN-V-' - F1RMARY. Supervisor Church stated that he had received bids for constructing reading room at County Infirmary; that the lowest bid ws $295 and that he had given instructions to proceed with work. Upon motion duly made and carried, his action was approved by unanimous vote. CONCRETE CULVERT ACROSS HIGH STREET NEAR ROSE AVENUE. . The County Surveyor presented plans and specifications for construction of circular concrete-culvert across High street near Rose avenue, estimating the cost at $350. Thereupon the following resolution was Introduced by Supervisor Talcott: have constructed a concrete culvert across lilff-h KtPMt ntt Pam MMn, mrtA rtJr w4 ed the County Surveyor to prepare plans and specifications for the same and to make estimate of coat; and w oer-u, oaia plans ana speancauons have been presented-this day, and an estimate of cost has also been submitted. . , "Now therefore be it Resolved. That said plans and specifications be accepted and approved, and the Clerk of this Board Is hereby directed to advertise for the per- . formence of said work in accordance with" the provisions of Act 11 of Sec 2643 ot the Political Code, as amended March SI. 1897. . and said notice to be published in Oakland Enquirer and Alameda Dally Argus. -Said bids to be presented to and opened by this Board on October 4th, 1897. at U O'clock A. M. "Each bid to be accoor panted by a cert!-, fled check payable to Frank C. Jordan. ' Clerk of this Board, for an amount equal -. r tart r- nt Kl The roil waa called and the resolution adopted by the following vote: Ayes Supervisors Church. Mitchell. TT7 r 1 1 . F 1 . , Noes None, Present and not voting Supervisor. -Roeth L GRADING AND IMPROVING OF .HIGH . STREET FROM NORTH LINE OF PRESCOTT STREET TO ROSE AVE- - JTTV. The County Surveyor also presented spC- dficatione for grading and dralnina-.Hlah street and estimated cost at $5,300. Thereupon the following resolution was introduced: Whereas. This Board has decided to have High street ( county- road No. 1865) from the north line of Prescott street. ' otherwise known as old county road.-to itose avenue do graded and improved; and Whereas. The County 8urvevor. by or der 01 mis tsoara, jia preparea pians ana specifications for s-ch work, and has sub- ' mitted his estimate of the cost of same. "Now therefore be it Resolved. That said plans and specifications be accented and approved, and the Clerk of this Board Is hereby directed to advertise for bids for the performance of such work in accord, ance with the provision of Act 11 of Sec. 2643 of the Political Code as amended ' March 31, 1897, and said notice to be published In Oakland Weekly Tribune and Alameda Daily Argus. 1 Said bids to be -nreaented to and nncnM by the Board on October 4th, 1897, at U o'clock A. M. "Each bid to be accompanied by a certified check payable to Frank C. Jordan.' Clerk of this Board, for an amount equal to ten per cent of the bid." The roll was called and the resolution adopted by the following vote: Ayes supervisors Church, Mitchell. Wells and Chairman Talcott 4. ; Noes None. Present and not voting Supervisor ' Roeth L REMOVAL OF GATES ON McNALLY ROAD. ' The following resolution was Introduced by Supervisor Talcott: "Whereas, Robert Simson, Esq.. appeared at the Board room this day and represented that he had arranged for the building of a new fence for the extension of the McNally road to Its Internection with the Redwood road, and that the contractor would, as soon 'as sufficient rain had fallen to enable them to do the work without great loss of time, commence the work and perform the same in a very short time; therefore be tt "Resolved, That said Robert Simson be granted-two months' time from this . date to complete the work of fencing, and be allowed to maintain gates upon said road during that time, when all gates must bo removed and the read be thrown open to traveL" , The roll was called and the resolution adopted by the following vote: Ayes Supervisors Church. Mitchell. Roeth, Wells and Chairman Talcott 6V .- - Noes None. LMPROVEMENT OF FISH RANCH" ROAD. The County Surveyor presented specifications for grading Fish ranch road, estimating cost at $1,500. -. Thereafter a resolution accepting the specifications and " directing the Clerk to advertise for bids was introduced. - Supervisor Mitchell moved that the resolution be referred to the Committee of the Whcle. Seconded by Supervisor Church and carried by the following vote: -. Avea Supervisors Church, Mitchell, Wells and Chairman Talcott 4. Noes Supervisor Roeth 1. ACCEPTANCE OF POLICY ON CENTERVILLE JAIL. A policy covering $300 Insurance on the Centerville Jail was presented and accepted after examination by the County Expert, and ordered filed. PRINTING SCHEDULE. 1897.' The matter of fixing printing schedule for 1897 was then brought up for further consideration. After statements by Supervisor Itoeth and the Clerk, the matter waa continued for one week in order to obtain data. . INVESTIGATION OF CONDUCT OF CLERK IN CONNECTION WITH LETTING OF CONTRACT FOR CONSTRUCTION OF ANNEX TO RECEIVING HOSPITAL. The next matter considered was the charges made by Supervisor Roeth at the last meeting reflecting on the Clerk in connection with the letting of the contract for the construction of the Annex to the Receiving HospitaL The Board listened to the testimony ot Mrs. Chaa. Roeth. Harry Wharton. A. J. Ingram.- Wm. McCarthy. F. C Jordan. J. Cal Ewing, W. H. Lee, B. O. Johnson, J. P. Cook. Chas. S. Arnold. After which the Board, upon motion or Sunervlser Talcott took a recess until 8 o'clock in the evening to hear further tes timony. EVENING SESSION. The Board reassembled at 8 o'clock. The roll was called and all members found to be present The hearing of charges against Clerk Jordan was resumed. " R. H. weeks snd ri. wee as tesunea. after which the following resolution was introduced: ' 'Whereas, This Board, after an exaxni-naticn Into the charges preferred by Supervisor Chartee Rceth against County Clerk Frank C. Jordan, to-wit: " 'That the plans to the Annex to the Receiving Hospital were called for by different parties, and that they were told that the plans were not thre by a clerk In County Clerk Jordan's office; that they were further told that ft was no use for them to figure a bit upon the pians. that certain contractors would get the work. "Find that the charge is In no way substantiated by the evidence given at this examination. ' "Now therefore be It Resolved, That wo do find, m our Judgment, that the utmost courtesy and consideration haa been extended to all contractors by County Cleric Jordan in submitting for their inspection all plans and specifications for which bids were to be received, and from the evidence there could not have been any collusion . . . . . t ..I- T ..II 1 1 DOiween me iotibj i.i, mo cunuins Committee of this Board and the contractors, and that the above statement and charge Is not sustained and is not true." The roll was called and the resolution adopted bv the following vote: Ayes Supervisor Church. MKchell. Wells and Chairman Talcott 4. Noes Supervisor Roeth L APPROVAL OF BOND AND CON- . .. . ,j u. 1 t, m . .w r n r . v m w The contract and bond of the Office Specialty Co. for further furnishing the County Clerk's office with metal furniture was presented and ordered approved. FISH RANCH ROAD REPORT OF . COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLEV Supervisor Talcott reported in the matter of the resolution for Improvements of Fish ranch road "that the resolution Introduced by Supervisor Roeth asking for authorisation to go ahead on the Fish ranch road has been rejected by the Committee of the Whole for the present.' -, V ADJOURNMENT. ; ; There , being no further business to transact, the Board adjourned to ; meet September 20. 1897. at 10 otock A - Chairman Board of Supervisors. Attest: Frank C. Jordan, Clerk,

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