Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on June 26, 1893 · Page 6
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1 HE NEW ELMHURST SCHOOL 1 . x IT Only $10 Cash as First Sh .jHaaaaSBl ? Over half a million dollars' worth of property has changed hands in Elmhurst District in less than one year. . Over 290 new houses have been built or are under construction in Elmhurst District. Over 75 houses now built or under course of construction in the Warner Tract. All avenues and streets-graded. City water mains laid in avenues. . Postoffice is established upon the Warner Tract, with Four Mail Train Deliveries a day by the Southern Pacific Railway system at Elmhurst Station. The bonds have been issued and the plans have been accepted, and the building to commence at once of a $15,000 Schoolhouse upon the Warner Tract. DO NOT HE "WAS THEIR FRIEND. w Th.lr Btnn Bt Stanrora's uewn. following resolutions of regret faave "been passed by Division 161, Broth erhood t)f .Locomotive Engineers: Whibkas, It has pleased Divine Providence to remove Irom our midst our honored ax-president, be it hereby Resolved. That in his death the Brotherhood has lost ona ofxila best friends and one whom we could approach with the certainty that we would always receive kind and courteous attention and equal lattice without partiality. Resolved, That we deeply sympathize With the widow in her irreparable loss, and we eommend her to the care of an all-wise Providence, to whom we all look for comfort In times of affliction. Resolved, That in the loss of Lei and tauford the employes of the Southern Pacific Company have lost one who always had their interests at heart; one who regarded those employed by him his personal friends as far aa circumstances would llow. Raolved, That we recognize in his generous endowment of the Palo Alto University another evidence ot his sympathy with these who are trying to advance themselves in knowledge and endeavoring to become better and more intelligent citi-tens. Resolved, That a copy of these resolutions be presented to Mrs. Stanford, and that they be sprsad upon the minute? of this division. H. Kehellhaaa New bedroom snits. s fcaaoDAian toe family use. Bperry's REMOVAL SALE. Wash Dress Goods. Commencing Tuesday, Jane 27 at9 o'clock, and continuing until disposed of. p As promised at the beginning of this sale we shall continue to cut down prices until the entire stock is sold. Bad fie Lawns regular X2c goods. Bedford Cord Suitings regular 1230. goods HainrBlue Bedford Cord regular 15c. goods. New designs in Batis-can SCord regular 10c. goods. Inverness Suitings in New Styles regular 10c. goods. All go at 5c. yeryard. ' today; A full line of the reg-i ular $i Crystal Silk, the latest novelty; also a lot fall SUk Faille Fran-cais,.N6veltyBengalines. This Eastern Craze S wivel -Silks, sold in New York at $1 per yard, will be closed out during this sale at 58c per yard. X ' ' ' ' Will Be on TJiap'ay la Oar Windows '10S3-1065 Br4w.jr MISS 3u. 3T LATMAN i Sole jLroixts9 466 Eierlxtli Street i ' ' 1 1 I r i En 9 On May 27th we sold 852.00O worth of property at public discontinue our sale, leaving: about fifty lots, 50x150, within one and two blocks of the electric road, unsold, this tract the lots remaining: unsold will be offered at Private Sale and at Auction Price during: this week. Payment Positively the Grandest Ofler THIS. A See Catalogues tn.ci Special ItEAIi ESTATE TRANSACTIONS. DEEDS. Mob dat, June 27th. Charles C. Buffett and wife, A., to Thomas Moran. lot on east line of Chest nut street, 40 feet south from Forty-fourth, south 40 by east 128:3, portion of lot 6, block b7a, watts tract, uakiana; siuuu. A. Barnard to John Titus, lots 3 and 5, Holway & Lane's subdivision of lots 31, 32, and 33, Kiugsland tract, Brooklyn township, quitclaim; $10. J. C. McMulleu, L. W. Forsting. and wives to F. W. Flapp, lots 1 and 2, Bunny- side tract, Oakland; $10. X. -K. Pop to Newell Kreman, lot on north corner of Seventeenth avenue and East Twenty-first street, northwest 497, northeast 294, northeast 13, southeast 513, southwest 280, lots 1 to 40, block 70, Northern Addition, except 50 feet of land of Mei-Tin; also except lot on northeast line of cast Twenty-nrst street, im.sv leemorio-westfroni Seventeenth avenue, northwest 113.61. northeast 147.95. northwest 58.89, northeast 7.15, southeast 193.24, southwest 43.23, southwest 38.81, southwest 35.22, southwest, 4:96, East Oakland; $10. Same to Ueoiye M. Beaton, lot on east corner of East Twenty-second street and Seventeenth avenue, southeast 380 by northeast 280, block 71, Northern Addition, East Oakland; $10. Joseph Nevis and wife, J. 11.. to Dan lei Fray and wife, M. T., lot 29, Nevis tract, Pleasanton: $10. William M. Mendenhall and wife, M. A., to Robert Frigcel, lot 11, block 65, Southern Addition, Liver mors; $100. John C. 8. Keith and wife, F. E., to Clara E. Curtis, lot southeast corner ot Nineteenth and West streets, east 100 by south 40, portion of lot 4, block B, Barnes tract, Oakland ; $10. V. H. Metcaif and WUliam G. Henshaw to F. J . Sliter, lots 71, 72 aud 73, Fruit Vale Glen, Brooklyn township; $10. Solomon and U. Gump to Daniel Meyer, lot on southeast line ot Third avenue, 25 feet northeast from East Eleventh street, northeast 50 by southeast 100, block 29, Clinton; $1000. Frances A, Fellows to Nellie Q. Fellows, lot on east iine ot Myrtle street, 200 feet south from Tenth, south 50 by east 125, block H, Oakland Central Homestead, Oakland: rift. W, J. Russell to' Pierre Granvogel, lots 58 end 59, map of subdivision of lots 64 to o7, 00 to 6, Kingsjana tract, crooKiyn town-sbio: $10. Estate of James Johnson, by adminis trator, to William Keller, lot on sonth line of Eaele avenue, 125 feet west irom Web ster street, west 32U by sonth 150, lot 13. block C, ShepaTdson property, Alameda; $000. Franklin Moss and wife, M. J., to E. A. Freeman, lot on north line of Walter ave nue, 4U feet east irom jutm street, ease 4U by north 132.50, lot 2, block B, Moss tract, Brooklyn towuship; $10. John L. Bromley to George W. Selby, lot on south line of Virginia street, 485:6 feet east from Seminary avenue, east 25 by south 150. lot 41, Bromley tract, Brooklyn township; $5.. W. E. Barnard to Sarah M. Furniss, lot on southwest line of Hamilton place, 255.35 feet northwest from Oakland avenue, northwest 33 by sonth west 90, lot 28, Hamilton tract. Oakland; $1000. Henry 8. Bridge and wife, C E.. to Cor nelius M. Lee. lot on north line of Railroad avenue, 125.70 feet west from Stanton,1 north 165.60. west 25, south 168.68, east 25.11. lot 4, block F, Powers tract, Alameda: $10. ' . W. E. Mawhiney and wife, K., to E. H. King, lot on north line of Nicol street, 125 :eet west from Teralta, west 50 by north 150, lota 11 and 12, block E. corrected map of Ntcol tract, Brooklyn townsbio; $10. John W. Evans to Margaret Evans, his wife, lot on northeast corner of Ashby avenue and Welllnrton street, north 50 by east 135, lot 1, block C, 8nbnrban tract, Berkeley; $5. D. B. .Bortree to Serril Wlnsor. lot on west line of Davenport street, 95 feet north from Favor, north 197.24. west 170.40. south 147.24, east 50, sonth 50. east 120.40, lota 23 to n, Kortree tract, Brooklyn town shipj $10. - . - . . -MORTGAGES. ; v : Carrie EL Clement to Thomas Moran. lot on northwest corner o( Eighth and Brash O AKLAKD DAII.Y XVISEIXG TBIBTJNE, MOITDjaY. JUKE 26; 183S, SPECIAL Balance $5 Monthly. you will ever have to buy a all to be the cheapest CHANGE SELDOM OFFERED. streets, north 50 feet, west 100, north 50, west 50, south 100. east 150, block K, Barnes trtct, Oakland; $1S1. o. A. Lane to Mary J. Andrews, lot on northwest line of Linden lane, 131 :314 feet northeast from Liberty street, northeast 25 by north 125, Oakland township; $150. John A. Hoots to Equity Building and Loan Association, lot on west line of Opal street, 145 feet north from Thirtv-eiebth. north 25 by west 118, iot 9. biocK Hi. Broad - wav and reiecrann Avenue rare tract. Oakland township; $1000. Same to same, lot oa west line of opal street, 120 feet north of Thirty-eighth, north 25 by west lis. lot , aama d ock. Oakland township; $1000. F. J. Sliter and wire, C. E., to Cosmo- politan Building and Loan Association, as in deed of acquirement; Brook yn town ship; $2000. The Father of Many lilt. Constipation leads to a multitude of physical troubles. It Is generally the result of careless ness or indifference to the simplest rule of health. Eugene McKay of Brantford, Ont., writes: "I had for several years beea a sufferer from constipation, had taken a great many different remedies, some of which did me good for a time, but only for a time, then my trouble came back worse than ever. I was induced by a frlsnd, whom Brakobbth's Pills had bene fited, to try them. Took two each night for a week, then one every night for about six weeka Since that time I have not experienced the slightest difficulty whatever, ana say bowels move regularly every day. I beliovs firmly that for sluggishness of the bowels and bilious ness Bbandketh's Pills are far superior to any other." To be see iross sick headache, biliousness. constipation, etc, use Carter's Little Liver Pills. Strictly vegetable. They gently stimulate the liver nda free the stomach irom bile. T. M. O'Halloran & Co. is selling combination suite worth (10. $12 and $15 for $5. Retiring sale. 1011 Washington street. bead ache eaused by defective sight, relieved by Huller, the expert optician, 135 Montgomery street. San Francisco. Franee-8rmaa Ring A positive core for rheumatism. Sold on 30 days' trial; money refunded if no benefit is derived. Price, $2. B. W. Edwards, 963 Broadway. Auction -Frtces Daily. Bedroom suits, new, only $13, at H Echellhaaa, 408 Eleventh street Poison Oak Instantly relieved and positively cured by using Tricross Poison Oak Remedy. Bed Cross Pharmacy, 399 Twelfth street. Retiring from business. Lace enrtains at half price. T. M. O'Halloran & Co, 1011 Washington street. Diamond and 8bawmut hose a specially at C. L. Maxwell & Son 'a Fourteenth and Washington strets. CHxasMAitK A Co.. Fine Hats and Cape J Si-336 Kearny street Ban .Francisco, CaU fNotiea to ike Public. All persons to whom the employee oe James A. Joyce are behind in the pay ment of their bills will please present same at our omce on or before Tuesday even int of each week and we will see that all claims are duly paid. Our object in pub lishing this notice is not only to protect onr friends and patrons, but also to have only employes that can pay their debts. Respectfully, James A. Joyce. i Eye-openers, palate-ticlttera, and night caps at Joetiooouers, Uaiindo Bar. . i T. M. O'Halloran A Co. retiring from business. Everything less than . cost, 1011 Washington sireei. A special stack and weddings, parties, eta. white bones Telephone m for Old Bourbon and Bye Whisky Cor $3 to 4 per Ration at Mountain Win Depot, 1006 and 1008 Washington street W. M. Watson ft Co. : . . auction in the Warner Tract. Owing to the lateness of the hour we were compelled to be advanced 10 per LONG CREDIT All Lots 50x150. large lot, 50x150 in the WARNER TRACT. Suburban Property offered around Oakland. Price Xaist; and Investigate W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE nowt'lrVp. Do you wear them?. When next In need try a pair, they will give you more comfort and service for the money than any other make. Best in the world. 00 $2.50 $2.00 FOR LADIES $2.00 $1.75 FOR Bova $0, W. L. Douglas Shoes are made In all the Latest Sttles. If you want a fine DRESS SHOE don't pay $6 to $8, try my $3.50, $4 or $5 Shoe. They will fit equal to custom made and look and wear as well. If you wish to economize in your footwear, you can do so by purchasing W. L. Douglas Shoes. My name and price Is stamped on the bottom, look for it when you buy. Take no substitute. I send shoes by mail upon receipt of price, postage free, when Shoe Dealers cannot supply you. W. Li. DOUGLAS, Brockton, Haas. Sold by OAKLAITO AGENTS: Co-opcrmtlvo Boot & Shoo Co.. 853 WsvaUasrton Street LOUIS JTJRGENS. - 845 Brosvdwmy PER CORD GURU WOOD In Blocks, DeliTered. H. E. BOBBINS, Twentieth SL tnd Teligripi Aft. ALSO, BEST QUALITY Haj, Grain, Wood' and Coal AT IiOWEST PRICES. TO LET For Light Manufacturing Second Story of Building 60x100 With an L. Fronting on Second and Jefferson streets. . APPLT AT THE y OAKLAND IRON WORKS SSl Fireworks ! Fo u rt h of .. July 1893, - , ; At Chu Chew &. Co's 4e3 Thirteenth atreor. - AH the modern fireworks for sale and delivered at lowest prices. , 5.00fsJ3 4.00r I 43.50 1 ' si. t H 1 jjaaMto-f 12 SO fTV.J 2.00fri FOR AftNMaC inf? U cent. Leaving our Office II A. and I P. Special Prices $250 per Lot and Upwards The power and car houses ef the Oakland, San Leandro and Hay wards "Electric Railway are located upon the Warner Tract. Arrangements have been made with different denominations .whereby places of worship will be erected upon the Warner Tract. The fare ugon the electric road by commutation tickets to the center of the city of Oakland is only $3 per month, or 5 cents each way. The fare upon the Southern Pacific Railroad by commutation is only $2 50 per month, or less than 5 cents each, way. The Warner Tract will have a new electric road skirting the foothills. The Warner Tract has Hotels, Stores, and every convenience of a city at her front door. OUR CONTRACT COMPELS DS TO SELL. C3E EDUCATION AIj. ST. MATTHEW'S SCHOOL FOR BOYS, Iwo Miles From San Mateo.t Trinity Term wiM, tegin TUUR8 DAY, Angnst 3--1S-93. For cata logues address REV. ALFRED LEE BREWER, D. D Rector. SNELL SEMINARY, Boarding and Day School for Young Ladies, 68 TWELFTH STREET. OAKLAND. Fall Term Opens Monday, July 31, 1893. MARY E. SNELL, A. M. p,ln.l. RICHARD B.SLELL, A.M. j mclP G. A. R. NOTICE ! We take this opportunity of Informing our ubscribers that the new Commissioner of Pen sions has been appointed. He ia an old iol- dier, and we believe that soldiers and their heirs will receive justice at his hands. We do not anticipate that there will be any radical changes in the administration of pension affairs under the new regime. We would adrise, however, that V. S. sol diers, tailors, and their heirs, take steps to make application at once, if they havs not al ready done so, in order to secure the benefit of the early filing of their claims in case there should be any future pension legislation. Such legislation is seldom retroactive. Therefore it is of great importance that applications be filed In the Department at the earliest possible date. If fj. S Soldiers, Bailors or their Widows, Children, or Parents desire Information In regard to pension matters they should write to The Press Claims Company, at Washington, D. C, and they will prepare and send the necessary application, if they find them en titled under the numerous laws enacted for their benefit; Asnasss PRESS CLAIMS COMPANY, Mb Wedderburn, Managing money, WASHINGTON, J. 3. P. O. Box. 885. And an Patent bastaesseoaanefctffar HOOERATE FEES. Xafennation tad rtiiee glren to hrrcatoeiwlttOBl PRESS CLAIMS CO., JOHH WEDOtRBURB, Managing attorney, ' a, a Box $. WASBXBKm,TX(X tns Isrgsst sad most tnflaaatlal newspapers la the Patted States, f ottw rsres pmpoee otaeaa and Iwmiprtmt rateat Ageata, and each paper islsltagthfcadfwUseBteatvQtt f ljSi il m l r it j3 In order to close up partnership After which all lots remaining: unsold will Daily, Commencing MONDAY, JUNE 19th, at ill., until June 25, 1893 :::::: SALE - The WARNER TRACT is conceded for Yourself. Hotel VENDOME. SAN JOSE. CAU FASHIONABLE SUMMER RBBORT SITU a ted in the center of a higbly caltivated park; only five minutes' walk from 8. P. B. B. depot; only direct route to Lick Observatory. Blue Lakes Hotel, THE SWITZERLAND OF AMERICA. 6CEN-ery unsurpassed; mild climate; healthful bathing, boating, fishing and banting unexcelled; wnite snlphnr spring; beaotifal scenic stage ride from Ukiah; 8. F. and N. P. R. R. to Vkiah, thence by six-horse Concord coaches direct to hotel. For terms apply to WALTER-BTEIN h HEINEMAN. Bertna P. O., Lake county. Cal. HEW ENGLAND VILLA. y HOfEL AND FAMILY COTTAGES, SAN Rafael. Has been newly renovated and refurnished. Board by the day, week or month. Prices from 16 to $10 per week, accommodationa first-class. Private cottages for families. A. KAPPEKMAN. P. a Box 641. San Rafael, CaL ok? "l 3- When reqaeatad the Retort mea- &jfS) tv-V VllsSrVV Monad In this column will send yon I ygrffs4 Sj firjY circulars giving full Information rsgard- ' r ''cCSYSw lnt Pec1"1 advantagoa, rata, manner of r w jvm xfaKllsrX reaehlnr them, etc When writing pleas yyfl mntlon the TBI HTJNBI. 1 Sffll SrTsB BELLEVUE HOTEL, LAKE TAHOE. This fine new property Is now managed by the owner; strictly first-class house at second class rates: people go there to enjoy themselves and not to pat on style: best place in the State to have a good time; splendid climate, never above &0 degrees; lovely water; good fishing and hunting; fine drives; fine walks: no poison osk or snakes; baths and row-boats free; fine pleasure launch; have our own dairy, livery, etc.; altitude 6500; perpetual now; round-trip tickets H9: special tickets from Oakland, gan Francisco and Han Jose. Including one week at Balievna Hotel, 128. Regular latea 112 snd $15, I'oatoflio- in the house. These tickets can be had in all the cities in tbeState at com pa r tl ve .rates. R. ColwilL proprietor. For particulars inquire of BHAW &. GKEliG. Newsdealers. Fourteenth and Broadway, opposite Central Bank. BROWN & mcKINNON, Tailors, 1018 BROADWAY Have Received their First Invoice ef Summer Goods GpasJstfnjt ef the various staples and very latest novelties for gentlaaaas wear. Tk v Styles of goods for the winter of 1892 are the aaoet desirable patterns four t4sbavi fcy tne desig-aers and manufacturers for many years. Call . , . and ve will show thm with pleasure. Yours traly, ;' " V IK affairs, in by CO Chaags or Haaageaitak New cottages. Entirely refurnishes! throaghovt. Making one of the finest health and pleasure resorts on the Coast. Mieh Altitude. No Foes. No Mosaottoea. The waters of the springs have long been i reieoraiea lor meir wonaerrai cares in cases of Dyspepsia Bhewmatism, flammatioa, of the Bladder andLlVer and Kidney com plain ts. Temperature 98. Tnb Baths and a large swimming tank of hot Mineral water. Resident Physician. S. P. R. R. to St. Helena, SUge 16 miles over a picturesque mountain road. Leave S. F. 7:30 A. M., arrive at Springs 3 p. M. Unlimited round trip tickets from San Fran Cisco and Oakland, ST.Oe. Rates, 919.99 to 914.00 per week. W. L. MITCHELL aUaagec. HOTEL MONTE VISTA Mission San Jose. One of the oldest missions in California: the prettiest, quietest, healthiest spot in Alameda county. First-class family resort; no mosqui toes, fog bsr, or other nulsanee: large garden and croquet garden; beautiful views: pleasant drives and an excellent cook. One hour from Oakland, 2 miles from Irvington on broad xange line to San Jose. Bute meets all trains. Terms moderate. D. H . Csarlnartem. Duncan Mineral Springs Situated Two Miles From Hopland Station, on tbe 8. F. N. P. B. R. Hotel is new and hard finished. light eat-tages on the premises. Fine electric baths for use of guests. Climate good; view magnificent; elevation above aea level. 1000 feet; above valley, 2S0 feet. The waters ot the springs cure Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Kidney Com plaints snd diseases of Ae blood and ikin. HOTEL, OPENS MAT 1st. Terms, SJIO to SIS per week. Vroo Baa, a HOWELL, Proprietor. beown ucinmion. il . 3 " mix J : - 4 r-

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