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   Oakland Tribune (Newspaper) - May 18, 1874, Oakland, California                                dDafelanii (fttfrim VOL. II. OAKLAND, CAL., MONDAY EVENING, MAY 18, 1874. NO. 75. BERKELEY TJIJU PICSIC. JTb. GrouiKta, Scenery, Ferrr, Feast- Ing, Etc. The plcnlo given oy the shareholders In tbe Berkeley Villa Association, took place on the grounds, north of the University yesterday. Carriages were ran from Broadway Depot from 9 o'clock A.M. until P M., con- veying the lot-owners and their Invit- ed guests to the beautiful suburban site. There were in all about fifty persons present. The grounds of the Association He due north from the University onexjaarterofamllp, and are one-quarter mirth and south, by one mile east nrni west. They com- mand one of the most boaatlful views en tbe Bay, being at tbe bn'ieofthp Mlla. on elevated ground, and directly opposite the Golden Gate. The iur- rounding scenery is grand and roman- tic. Facing west, w have on onr left a birds-eye view of the A'ameda val- ley and the Bay to the west, the City ofSan Francisco. Golden Gate, with outgoing and incoming steamers other vessels, Fore Point, Gout In- land and Alcatrat to the right, we have Angel lelanJTSan Pablo bay ,Son Raphael, point Isabella, and the pointajitong the Bay. There are two living springs of fresh water, forming a beautiful stream, which meanders tli-oiigh thej-rounds, the banks of which are thickly lined wltbiiniber.where ths ptcnlcers passed the day. The railroad and ferry from Jacob's Landing, now in course of construc- tion, will be completed within thirty days. The pile-driver la nt work, having already driven over one hun- dred piles. Tbe wharf will be feet long, with a drive-way 24 feet In width at the end it will be feet. Tbe line of the railroad will run due east from the wharf, to the Uni- versity, and within a few hundred yards of Shattnck's residence. The can will be what Is termed" to be drawn by two horses. The work Is under 11.. Immediate charge of N. J. Engineer, anil Capt. Boogar, Contractor. The future of Berkeley Is certainly bright, and with direct communica- tion with Son VrancisBO, a distance of about eight miles, we w'' soon see a lively village up around the Uni- venlty. After a most enjoyable day, the pie- nlcers reached Oakland In time for tbe 5 o'clock train for San Francisco There have been twenty-five lots in the Berkeley Villa Association gold during the lost sixty days, with not a great manj- to be disposed of. A di vision of tstP !nta will take place in September ie-: Parties wish Ing safe would do well to take a share. There are other "Associations" located in the vicinity of Berkeley, but none which possess as many nat- ural advantages as the grounds of the Berkeley Villa Association." The title to the land is perfect, and the affairs of the Association are unds; the management of honest and lib- eral minded men, who do not come in the category of real estate specula- tors. The price of a lot, (one-half acre) Is payable down, and the bal- ance in monthly Installments each. For ronps or particulars en- quire of F. Clmppcllet, Eight street, nenr Broadway, or William Slu.irt, 118 ADVERTISEMENTS. MACK WEBBER'S Orange Flower Cologne Is unequaled far (he toilet. Comer Broadway am? Eleventh street. ADVERTISEMENTS. W. WILSOH, PRACTICAL WATCH AND OLOCK MAKER. 9O1 BROAnWAY. Four doors below the Postomce. GOLDEN STAR Hotel and Restaurant, 833 BEOADWAT, Below Seventh sheet, Oakland. MEA.I.B AT A LI. HO CHRISTIAN BATJDER, Prop'r. Ron.intic Ehapsndy. The mystic moonbeams were gaily dancing down upon the bosom of a lit- tle lake that was nestled between two rocky walls. Flowering vines fell In festoons from the crags above, and as gentle evening breeze passed along they waved to and Iro.occasion- ally brushing the sparkling waters of the lake below. The signing of the night air through the tall and leafy trees and the melodious the !ake were the only sounds heard. All was serene, grand and sublime. It was in the stilly hour of midnight ..hen we heard a large concourse of peoplo cry aloud tuct Farweil A Gar- Is the best firm to patronize 'or those desiring anything done in he line of painting. LOUIS ZIMMERMAN, San Francisco Market. TtmOLESAEE and Kshiil Dealer in all W kinds of 3VE XI -A. V 129 Broadway, between Sixth and Seventh street, Oakland. THE OAKLAND EJNTRACHT SALOON, Cor. 11 th Franklin St. OAKLAND. furnished rooms. M. FURSTENFELD, Prop'r. ADVERTISEMENTS. MULIJSR'S OYSTER SALOOH Chop House, H STREET, BET. BBOADWAY AND WASHINGTON. Private rooms neatly furnihhe'l. Ousters served la every style, also, all kinds of Meats cooked to oraer. Prices moderate. LIQUORS AND CIGARS Constantly on hand. LTJTZ BERG, 1058 BBOADWAY, MANUFACTURERS of every descrip. iVi-tionof Oilt and Walnut Frames, Mantle and Pier Minors, iCrron, Oomicei, Base Boqnei Tables Of Come and see Begilding of Lookintt Glasses and Picture Frames. BAHTORD, KELSEY CO. Q4KLAND DBUO 8TOBE. D R TCT Gr 8 Chemicals and Perfumeries, And all articles HBnallr found in a nrst-clasi Drug Store. frescription Department complete to al itadetatli. Store accessable at all hours o tbi day or night. O71 Kroadway, Comer Tenth street, Oakliad. BERKELEY VILLA ASSOCIATION. j One-half Acre for Payable in Cash, GAIANCE ix ISSTALMEMS tlO A "MoetrH. rnHE Land which is within one-half mile of the State University, is beautifully situated, commanding a magnificent view of San Francisco Bay and its surroundings. It Is on the line of the railroad which is projected from Jacoli's Landing (the termi- nut of the new ferry from San to the University. The mw town of Berke- ley is certain to prove one of the largest and mofet favorite suburban centers of Ala- rneda county. Title perfect. A FREE COACH Will leave the corner of Bioadnav and Seventh Street, every Sunday and Wednesday, At 9 A. M. aad 12 II., Sharp, To convey intended purchasers to the Asso- ciation's grounds- -For particulars and maps, applv to WILLLvM STUART, 113 street, 8. F., And F. CHAPPELUST, Eighth St., (near Oakland. G. "W. 3CRIBNER, BEEF, KirrroH, POEK, ETC. OTALT.S 8 AND 10 CITY MARKET, O Oakland. All oracra left at this Market will be at- tended 1o promptly. SPRING HATS EVERY VARIETY. CHEAP. A large assortment of PICNIC HATS, ADAMS, Hatter. BBOADWAY HEAR HINTH STREET, GRAND CENTRAL HOTEL, J. C. OLMSTEB, Kuutger. mHIS NEW AND ELEGANT HOTEL IS A located on Twelfth, between Webster and Harrison street s, in the City of Oak- land has a frontage of three hundred feet on Twelfth street, and contains two hun- dred and forty rooms. In architectural design, convenience of arrangement and completeness of finish this Hotel is second to none on the Pacific Coast. There is a nnvatc entrance to the Elevator which taken" guests to the different floors, landing them in spacious halls, no less Uian three hundred feet long by twelve feet to width. The Rooms are large, well ventilated and provided with hot and cold water Baths, Lnd all irodern improvements The Dining Booms an three In number, and light and cheerful. The Table is flrst- :lass, and prices moderate. The Billiard Boom is capacious, well- lighted, and supplied with tables of tbe very latest paterns. Carnages and the Hftal Coach are always at the Market-street Depot on the arrival of the Eastern tram. OAK LAND S TAB LE S, ELEVEHTH STREET, Between Franklin 'and Webster. TIVERY AND SALE STABLE. M. M. TDTCHAH. Particular attention to Boarding, Buy- ing and Belling Horses, Oakland Cornet Band, A. pffipmraa, LEADER. rnHE BEST MUSIC FURNISHED FOB Balls, Parties, Picnics, Parades, etc., on shortest notice. 461 Sixth Street, Between Broadway and Washington street. HARK EZEKIELS, Licensed Auctioneer Fo11 Jatneda Counts. So. M17 Broat Catmlng House Block Oakland. OUT-BOOB 8A1'E of everr in any part of the County, promptly at tended to. All goods aoW strictly on com mission. CITY CANDY STOKE, 965 BROADWAY, Two doors South of Postoffice Oaklanll. <3eo. Haas fc Co.'s Premium -F and Huston Probasco's Candiea which are received daily. Picnics, Balls, Parties, Etc., Served at reasonable rates and at the short- Domestic. Dried FruiU, etc., H. BOWMAN, TMPOKTEB AND DEALER IX Family Medicines, Genuine Drugs, Fresh Herbs. Pure Wlnti and Mqoora, French and English Perfum- ery, Combs Brushes. Toilet Powders in great variety, together with ev- erything usually to a DBH Store. _____ Prescriptions filled it all hourt by careful and erperlenced handl. No. 913 BROADWAY. Between Eighth and NEntfc streets, Oakland, NEWSPAPER!   

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