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Dr. W. W. Case Exemplified It to His
Hearers Last Night.
An Entertaining and Instructive Lect
ure on the Study of Human
A fair-sized audience, despite the heat,
attended the lecture of Rev. W. W. Case,
D., pastor of the Howard-street
I-Jethodist Church, San Francisco, which
vas given last night at the Sixth-street
The doctor is an easy and interesting
speaker who, without oratorical effort,
drives plain truths home with convinc
ing statement that seems to need no
argument to give it force. Witty and
lull of humor, he held the attention of
Lis hearers and kept them in good hu-
Jnor from start to finish.
He said he had no apology to make
tur appearing before the audience lec
turing on a subject regarded by many
as a humbug. In his youth fiis atten
tion was attracted and his interest
•roused by the things told him concern
ing himself by a phrenologist, and he
Lad made human nature and psychology
a study ever since. He laid no claim to
any hypnotic power except when he
v as preaching, at which time he found
HO trouble in putting his hearers to
The science is yet in its infancy, al
though there are well equipped labora
tories for the study of psychology and
earnest and persistent students always
at work. The study necessitates a wide
romenclature to cover the different
phases of sensation and various facul
ties. Of course every one does not ac
cept phrenology as a science, neither
does every one accept any other sci
ence receive universal belief, but they
are none the less sciences.
It took many years for the Copernican
6} stem to receive broad recognition,
Jbut it was linally accepted.
Gall, Spurzheim and many other em
inent men have studied thoroughly this
1 .ttter for many years and have dem
taistrated beyond question the truths
that they have presented to the world.
The only successful teacher is the one
that understands human nature and the
fact that each child must be studied and
its temperament must be taken into,
consideration in attempting to teach
The temperaments that he should
speak of, first, he should divide into
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three branches—the vital, the motive,
and the mental.
The vital temperament is the round
one, round face, round body and the
nature that likes good living. Mark
Lemon of tbe "London Punch" was one
of the examples of this.
The motive temperament is symbol
ic d by the face that is broad at the
top and narrows down to the bottom.
Edgar A. Poe was an example of this
tjpe. Lincoln was an example of the
well balanced motive temperament,
mixed with the mental temperament.
The old divisions are the bilious, the
sanguine, the plegmatic and the melan
cholic. He liked these divisions and
there are many fine examples of each
to be found, their characteristics being
factors in making splendid characters.
The lecturer then proceeded to illus
trate from a phrenological chart, and
said that those who say they believe in
physiognomy, but not in phrenology,
give themselves away. The fine regular
featured man may have a straight up
and-down head behind, and the girls
might better marry a lamp-post, for he
lacks love of home, amativeness and all
the domestic virtues. Or he may be a
lint- looking man when his hat is on,
and when he takes it off, we see that his
head is flat. He lacks moral sense and
is a brute. Conscientiousness, benevo
lence, veneration and morality are all
He illustrated by portraits of well
known people living and dead the rela
tion of the various organs and bumps
of the skull to their characters. He il
lustrated his points by many laughable
anecdotes that excited the risibilities of
his audience, which was a responsive
He characterized McKinley as com
bining in himself in a very large degree
the vital, motive and mental tempera
ments. Cleveland he characterized as
an excellent symbol of the vital temper
ament. He eulogized Bismarck, Stone
wall Jackson, Jenny June, Gail Ham
ilton, Grace Greenwood and many
others whose portraits he showed.
He caused the lights turned down
and exhibited a skull that he said
belonged to a woman who was once
one of the most notorious denizens of
the San Francisco dives, and placing in
side of it a candle, called attention to
the transparency of those portions of
it whose thinness showed the abnormal
development of the lower passions.
He theri induced a lady and a gentle
man from the audience to ascend the
platform and explained their charac
ters as indicated by the phrenological
development of their heads, and judging
from the expressions cf approval from
their acquaintances in the audience,
came very close to the truth.
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SACRAMENTO DAILY BECOBD-TTNTON, FRIDAY, JULY 10, 1896.
How a Brave Little Boy Met the
In the July "St. Nicholas" Sara King
Wiley has a romance of the American
Revolution, entitled "Maurice and His
Father." A brave little English lad is
separated from his father and falls
into the hands of the Americans. His
father afterwards embraces the patriot
cause, and his son is restored to him
through the medium of Washington, as
shown in the following extract:
Maurice was informed that General
Washington was there showing the
works to General Lafayette, and his
heart begun to flutter and thump
Harney was sitting beside him, look
ing at his master with bright and lov
ing eyes, his little black nose quiver
"Barney," said the boy, "we're afraid,
but we are not going to stop if we are."
And, picking up his dog, he took his
way, through the rustling leaves that
lay like heaps of gold, towards the
house which one of the soldiers, from
when Maurice ventured to ask for di
rections, had pointed out to him.
"Yes, General Washington is there,
and alone," he was told.
"Could he see him?"
"Sure, no, ye little bye," said the
Irish sentry. "It's wore out the poor
gintleman is, already, and it's mesilf
wouldn't bother with all thim jabbering
Maurice was desperate.
"Oh, please," he said. "Beg, Barney;
you beg, toe*."
The little dog sat up at once with
"Sure, me own name's Barney. And
is your dog's name O'Reilly, too?"
said the sentry.
"Oh, if he is your namesake," ex
claimed Maurice, "you must let him
in! Oh, see, you can hold him while I
go in!" Maurice thought no one could
resist such an offer.
"I'll see," said the soldier, and he
stepped within, and returning said: "Go
Maurice yielded up Barney and step
ped in to the hall, went along it, and
paused just inside an open door. He
was trembling. A voice said: "What is
your errand?"—a voice even, grave and
Maurice- raised his eyes. Just before
the fireplace stood the great command
er; to the boy's excited thought he
seesiied even larger than he was. Wash
ington's hands were behind his back,
his handsome head bent a little for
"What is your errand, my lad?" said
he again, with a note of command in the
"Oh, my father—my father!" he said.
"I have been lost from him so very
Something in the thrilling child's voice,
s.nuithing in ttoe piteous and forlorn
expression of the face went straight to
the warm betas* that the General ear
ned beneaith bis calm exterior. He
crossed the room in Quick strides, and
laying his hand on the boy's shoulder,
"My poor child"
This was too much. Maurice had
borne bravely the long strain of waiting,
the repeated disappointments, but the
unexpected sympathy broke down his
self-possession. He put his hand in the
crook of his arm and sobs came fa sit,
solj-s chat shook him from head to fool.
The General 'drew him aside, sat down
in an armchair, and taking the little
rwnglns; hand in both his own, said:
"There, *here, stop eying, and tell me
all afbout iIL"
ftfiaurtee choked down his sobs and
toM his story. At his father's name the
General rose quickly.
"Colonel Terraine's son! Why, then,
your father was here a short time ago—
he may be up stairs now."
Maurice forgot even the great chief
and sprang for'the door. But Washing
ton caught hiim by the arm.
'%ly dfetar Ix>y—he does not know—l
-Maurice stood still in the center of
the room, and pressed lliia hands hard
together. The General went out, and
up stains; it seemed to Maurice that he
stepped very slowly.
CoioneJ Temaine sat in an up-stairs
room writing; he laid down his pen and
rose as 'the General en tered.
"QoloneL," saiid Washington, "I have
some wonderfuil news for you." He
Paused; the officer took a step forward
and opened his lips, but did not speak.
"Come down stairs with me," con
tinued the General slowly, "and remem
ber as you go that passage in the Scrip
tures, But the father said, 'Let us be
merry, for this my son' " —Colonel Ter
raine caught the back of a chair—" 'for
I this my son ' " went on the sweet,
1 grave voice, " 'was dead, and is alive
again; he was lost and is—found.' "
Colonel Terralne stood an instant with
wide, questioning eyes; then he rushed
thiough the doorway and down stairs.
The General followed him quickly.
There was a loud cry as the Colonel en
tered the room and Maurice sprang into
his father's arms. General Washington
i kwsed the door and stood guard over it
himself. Barney, having escaped from
the soldier, tore in. and the General
stooped from his great hight to pat the
little dog. If Barney had been a man
he would have seen that there were
tears in the bright blue eyes.
LIFE ALONG THE LEVEE.
Poverty and Degradation Among the
Habitues of All Races.
A stroll along the river front from the
Eads Bridge to Poplar street is cal
culated to raise doubts of the truth of
the dogma that God made man in His
own image. It is also calculated to
raise doubts as to the wisdom of send
ing missionaries to the far-off heathen
when the heathen flourishes apace
within sound of scores of church bells.
It is enough to raise a reasonable doubt
il to whether or not all men have
suuls. Majiy of the denizens of the
Levei? district are little higher in their
mode of Ufa o* thoughts than the lower
animals. Th<-y have the gift of speech,
truly, but it is used chiefly in profan
ity, oteoi nity. indeeeny. a mere vehi
cle for the expression of the base
thoughts th. ir brains are alone capa
ble of conceiving. For the rest, they
are housed worse and fed worse than
the horse or dog, and are less cleanly
than most animals in their wild state.
All the big river towns on the great
waterways have their Levee districts,
and all present, in greater or less de
the same condition of poverty,
squalor and degradation. As the largest
city oil the greatest of rivers, the St.
Louis Levee leads all the others. It
has always had a reputation for tough
ness. 11 dot ' s not improve as time
Sunday is the best time to Study
the Levee denizen. On week days
\; ,;ons laden with commerce for ship
ment by river, clerks. well-dressed
>;.a;nboat passengers of both sexes,
men of all classes have business on
the Levee, and the Been* is not so un
mix** But on Sunday, when no one
having no business on the Levee goes
there, save an occasional stroller.
prompted by curiosity, the river rat is
seen in his native state.
The habitues of the Levee, although
of all races and shades of color, are
unmistakably of the same genius.
There is no mortal code on, the Levee,
and as to the legal code, it is observed
to the extent of not being caught vio
lating by the policeman on the beat.
For the resit the principles of life con
sist principally in living with as little
manual labor as possible and surround
ing as much liquid poison as they can
by any means acquire.—St. Louis Post-
Prelates at Repartee.
There was an amusing episode at the
commencement exercises of the George
town University on the 284. Arch
bishop Ryan of Philadelphia delivered
an eloquent address on "Civil and Re
ligious Liberty." At its conclusion
Cardinal Gibbons was asked to say a
few words. The Cardinal expressed the
pleasure with which he had listened to
the Archbishop, and th§n recalled the
famous will of Daniel Girard, the
Philadelphia philanthropist, who, in be
queathing the. money for the Girard
Institute, stipulated expressly that no
religious instruction should be ever in
cluded in the curriculum. He then
passed on to Daniel Webster's great
speech on that will, and added that
never since that speech had he heard
the subject treated in so masterly a
manner as it had been handled to-day
by the distinguished Archbishop of
Philadelphia Indeed, it was a strik
ing coincidence that not only did the
two speakers agree on many thoughts,
but that in many instances the rever
end speaker to-day had made eloquent
use of identical language of his great
The audience smiled audibly and
looked at Archbishop Ryan. The lat
ter arose when Cardinal Gibbons had
concluded. "I feel that the words of
Cardinal Gibbons call for some little
explanation on my part," he said. "1
can only say that while I am proud to
have agreed with Daniel W r ebster, I
did it unwittingly, for I have never
read the speech to which the Cardinal
refers. But I drew my inspiration from
a most excellent and interesting work
written by Cardinal Gibbons himself
on the subject, and It is not impossible
that I was so carried away by the force
and beauty of his language that I may
have unconsciously repeated his very
words. I will leave it to the audience
to draw their own conclusions." Then
the audience looked at Cardinal Gib
bons for a counter explanation, but
the prelate smiled good naturedly and
made no response.—Washington Corre
spondence Baltimore American.
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RED JACKET TKIP.E, No 28,
the regular meeting THIS (Friday)
KYKNINO, at S o'clock, to assist iv the
adoption of four palefaces, after which
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i . tion of Directors will be held at
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W ILLIAM BECKMAN, President.
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STRAYED OR STOLEN—BLUE COL
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will be paid for any information or re
turn of same to W. E. Lovdal, River
side road, or 018 J street. No Questions
POUND—ABOUT JULY 2d, HALF
breed St. Bernard; owner can have same
by proving property and paying ex
pense. Address "J. 8.," this office.
STRAYED OR STOLEN—ONE SORREL
mare, weight 700 pounds; one dark brown
mare, weight N~>U pounds, from pasture
6 milt's from Sacramento on lower Stock
ton road. If found communicate with
George W. Heck, 1030 J street, Sacra
FOR SALE—A FINE HIGH LOT; LQCA
tion Twenty-seventh and II street; for
particulars apply at Coulter's wood
yard, 1420 J street. jylO-2w
FOR SALE—BERLINER'S DELICAT
essen Store cheap. Airs. Berliner will
IHUM charge of kitchen if desired.
FOR SALE—A BLACKSMITH Busi
ness and tools; a good business; must be
sold on account of death of owner. Ap
ply Mrs. M. Peterson, Courtland, Sacra
mento County. jy»-7t
FALCON BICYCLES WILL BE CLOSED
out at 20 per cent, discount by FRITZ
MAIER, 013 X street.
FOR THIRTY DAYS ONLY—OAK
stove wood at §5 26 per cord: measure
guaranteed. Leave orders at SX>4 J st.
FOR SALE—ON EASY TERMS, THREE
houses, two live rooms, one six rooms;
all have gas, pantry, baths, hot and
cold water. On account of going East.
Apply 1009 Twentieth street jy »-2w*
FOR SALE CHEAP—THE SACRA
mento Electric Power and Light Com
pany offer for sale the following boil
ers and engines, which are being dis
placed with electric motors, viz: One
10-horse power tubular boiler, used
three years; one 50-horse power tubular
boiler; one 10-horse power horizontal en
gine, made by Globe Iron Works, Stock
ton; one 80-horse power horizontal en
gine, made by Pacific Iron Works, San
Francisco; one 6-horse power Pacific Ga*
or Gasoline engine. All of above are in
good order. For further particulars call
on or address Sacramento Electric
Power and Light Company.
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lished, profitable, clean business for lady
or gentleman; rare chance. 151u Eleventh
street, or 904 X..
OAK STOVE WOOD $5 75 PER CORD;
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$4; measurement guaranteed. 1
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Suitable for lady or gentleman.
40 ACRES OF A NO. 1 FRUIT LAND
at New England Alilis, Placer County;
cheap. Address "C. 8.," this office.
FOR SALE—HOUSE AND LARGE COR
ner lot in Highland Park; also, vacant
lots at low price and easy terms. Apply
to CARL STROBEL, 817 J street.
FOR SALE—A NEW STERLING Bi
cycle for £85. Apply at this ottlce. Used
only two weeks.
MITCHELL. FISCHER & KETZCHER
Portable Engine for sale—Engine Bxl2,
suitable to run separator, burning straw
for fuel; the boiler has been recently re
paired with new tire box and tubes at an
expense of $45°; it is in first-clasa order.
For further particulars inquire at the
Sacramento Boiler and Iron Works, 112
and 114 I street.
FOR SALE—EIGHT-HORSE POWER
Otto gasoline engine, latest model,
nearly new and all complete. Call or
address at SILLER BROS., Office and
mill, IHI4 Thirteenth street. Sacra
FOR SALE—PIFE ORGAN; FOUR FULL
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small church. Apply 615 Eleventh street.
A BARGAIN - $2,200; HALF CASH,
balance on easy terms; house of ten
rooms; owner lives upstairs; lower flat
rents for $10; lot 40x160; barn, wood
sheds, fruit trees, etc. Apply at 1720
FOR SALE—LOTS IN OAK GROVE
Tract on the installment plan; only a
few left. CURTIS, CARMICHAEL _
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BARGAINS IN SECOND-HAND BOlL
ers, engines and water pipe; must be
sold at 10 cents on dollar. Apply 419
STEAM CARPET-CLEANING, .1 CENTS
per yard. Prices to suit the times. H.
W. RIVETT, Twelfth and O streets.
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der of the Board of Directors of the
Hartford Consolidated Mining Com
pany, a meeting of the stockholders of
said corporation is hereby called to be
held July is, 1690, at S o'clock p. m., at
the office of Curtis, Carmiehael & Brand,
Fourth and J streets, Sacramento, Cal..
to consider amendments to by-lays an I
transact other business. M. J. CURTIS,
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house Company, Front and It. have re
duced rate-; of storage on Hay, Grain,
Hops, Mdse and Furniture to correspond
with the times. Money advanced on our
warehouse certificates at 0 per cent.
F. DKIEMEYKR. Mgr.
R EMOVED—FRAN X LEITH HAS RE
moved to 613 X STREET. Quarters
lately occupied by the French Restau
rant. More room; better facilities:
everything llrst-class. Open day and
STOCKHOLDERS MEETING—BY OR
der of the Board of Directors of the
Sacramento Natural Gas and Water
Company, a meeting of the stockholders
of said corporation is hereby called for
July is. two, at 2 o'clock p. HL, »t the
law Offices of Holl AL- Dunn, 920 Fifth
street, Sacramento City, Cal., for the
purpose ot passing upon the question of
a voluntary dissolution of said corpora
tion, the said board deeming a dissolution
thereof advisable. Dated July 1890.
C. A. LUHRS, President. ?___
FOR GOOD GREEN PASTURAGE IN
__quire Of Hid.LAND, ISO 4 G street.
LATEST PERIODICALS AND FICTION.
Stationery, Notions, etc., at Doane's, No.
202 X street.
EGGS FRESH EVERY DAY AT TAR
IEL'S, 1. A. T. Egg Depot, 1223 J.
IN ACCORDANCE WITH SENATE
Bill 2;;::, passed by the last Legislature. 1
will sell at public auction on SATUlt
day, July 11th, next, a canopy top
phaeton left with mo by one C. B. Chap
man about two veurs ago. GRAF
MILLER BROS, loir, Ninth street.
MUNSEY S AND ALL MAGAZINES FOR
July at the Sacramento News Company,
NO. 20 WAS THE LUCKY NUMBER AT
the owl Cigar Store, 518 X street. BEN
BEST TAMALES IN TOWN. NEW
Sac ramento Tamale Parj.ors._l 110_J B t-
MONEY TO LOAN—H. 4. GOETHE, 1011
MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE
security. CHARLES COOLLY, lul3
! NOVELS AND BOUND BOOKS
bought, sold and exchanged at reduced
prices. 725 X street.
JAPANESE INFORMATION AGENCY,
817 Sixth street, Sacramento. Farm
hands, general help furnished and con
LADIES* CORRECTIVE WAFERS FOR
irregularities, any cause, safe, sent any
where, 52. Address Scientist, Box 62:5
San Jose, Cal.
A GOOD SET OF TEETH FOR $0;
rilling 50c and upward; from one-third
to one-half saved; all work guaranteed.
DR. G. W. NEWSOM, Denta: Parlors,
1305 L street.
ROOT, NEILSON & CO., UNION
Foundry; Iron and Brass Founders and
Machinists, Front street, between N
and O; Castings and Machinery of ali
kinds mads to order. 11. E. ROOT,
ALEX.. NEILSON, J. DRISCOLL.
FOR ROOFING, TIN AND SHEET
iron work, W. D. Bessey can't be beaten.
_£2u 1 street. Bunset Tel. No. 773.
LEE HAYS, THE UP-TOWN PLUMBER,
will do a skillful job at bottom price.
1115 Twenty-first street, between X and
L. Capital 245.
CAPITAL ELECTRIC WORKS-BELLS
and batteries; electric gas lighting, etc.
! 824 K.
CURTAINS DONE UP, 65 CENTS A
pair and upwards; ladles' fancy clothing
laundried without injury to the gar
ment. French Laundry, 912 L streeL_
CHAS. WILKE—WATCHMAKER AND
Jeweler, lulo Seventh street First-class
work; lowest prices; highest price paid
for old goid and silver.
SUCCEEDS AS MANAGER—CHRIS
Wilke will, as manager, conduct the
jewelry business of the late Charles
WiTke, at 1010 Seventh street. A full
line constantly in stock. Diamond set
ting a specialty, also, watch and jewelry
repairing. All work guaranteed and
done at short notice.
JOHN p. SHEARER, ARTIFICIAL
stone walks and concrete foundations.
1818 N street.
CESSI'OOLS. VAULTS AND CHIMNEYS
cleaned; no dirt; lowest prices. W. M.
SLAUGHTER, 317 X and 321 Al street.
MO WAR D 8c SON
Groceries, Produce, Fruits, Etc.,
Have removed to 727 X, Postoffice block,
LYNN'S GROCERY, CORNER FOUR
teenth and O streets—s-Ib cans Cup and
Saucer Coffee, 80c; olive oil in quart
BottleS, 25c; 14 bars Climax soap 25c'
17'j lbs granulated sugar. 81; fruit's ami
vegetables in season constantly on hand
Sole agent for Fallon Creamery butter
the Lost butter in the world.
FRESH EGGS, * DOZEN 25c. OUR IN
values from week to week. Shoulders
6c Tb; Eastern picnic hams, 7-.c lb
hams, 10c; lard, 75c for 10-Ib tins;" table
apricots, loc; salad oil, 5c bottle; b tba
rice, 28c; tine coffee. 25c lb, this is not a
package cottce, but fresh roasted and
ground to order: Aloclia and Java cof
fee, the best, 3 lbs for $1; good tea. 25c
lb, 5 lbs for $1 lo; the best tea, 00c lb.
5 tbs for $2 _5; Eastern coo fish, 2-tb
blocks, 15c; Hue bacon, 10c lb; Worcester
shire sauce. sc; tomato ketchup, r>e; Mus
tard, oe; German pickles, loc quart; ripe
olives, 20c quart. BEESLEY &. SON
the "Up To Date Store," 51S J.
A. L. HART,
Oflice, southwest corner Fifth and J
streets, rooms 12, 13 and 14, Sutter Build-
JAMES B. DEVINE,
CHARLES T. HUGHES,
Rooms 2 and 4, - - - 420 J street.
Charles F. Gardner. D. E. Alexander.
Arthur E. Miller.
ALEXANDER, MILLER & GARDNER,
Attorneys and Counselors at law,
4C6'_ J street, ----- Sacramento.
Chauncey H. Dunn. S. Solon Holl
HOLL & DUNN,
Offices, 920 Fifth street, Sacramento.
Telephone No. 14.
WILLIAM A. GETT, JR.,
Sutter Building, southwest corner of
Fifth and J. Telephone No. 359.
Arthur M. Seymour. Clinton L. White.
Jos. W. Hughes.
WHITE, HUGHES & SEYMOUR,
Attorneys and Counselors-at-Law.
Rooms 7, 9, 11 and 13, 420 J street, Sac
PHOTOGRAPHS—THE BABIES' PHO
tographer. BEALS, is acknowledged the
best; no matter how young he gets you
a perfect likeness. 627 J street, corner
WANTED—BOARD AND LODGINGS IN
i private- family; reference required. Ad
dress "A, F.," this office. jylO-3i*
SITUATION WANTED HY JAPAN ESS
to do plain cooking, wait on table or
tight work in family or camping. Address
"A. B. C," this office. jylo-Bt*
YOUNG GERMAN SPEAKING ENG
lisli wants situation; oaloon. hotel or
i wholesale liquor store. '_ if " _o7 j
I street. ' _t»
i WANTED—A GOOD RELIABLE MAN
to take charge of a good paying business
in Sacramento; must have some money
or good backing as se< ur Address
S, this otlice. ' ii^-'M*
WANTED — H AKV EST F us. COOKS.
waiters w.utr. ss. s. 5 - Uglit and
_geiivral housework. ( _t; i.
WANTED—A GIRL TO DO GENERAL
nousework in the country for (amity of
_t_hree; good wages. A \ \l\ _K1 M street.
j PLAZA EMPLOYS!ENT OFFICE
Ninth and I st. Situation-; procured and
all kinds of help furnished \y A Wail
I _ grog. Capital No. 360,
WANTED—TO BORROW JS4 000 ON
good city property. P. O. box 408.
TO LET OK RENT.
FURNISHED FLAT T< - RENT. APPI.T
to A. L. Drew, 100- Fourth street
NEAT COTTAGE. APPLY
11-o JJ street. jy_-Bt*
TO RENT-A FURNISHED HOURS OF
seven rooms at 804 o street, or Q O.
Haylord, 231 J sir, -t. , y -; Uv*
FOR RENT—TWO FURMSHHD ROOMS
suitable tor housek,,; . ul B_% X
1211 J STREET—FOUR i ; KXISHED
| rooms for housekeeping, and bath.
NICE UPPER FLAT, 6 ROOMS. _N
_ quire ot R. Philip, 828% j Btreet
21 . 08 A > STORY D-KOOM HOUSE;
board taken lor rent.
jSIC--HOUSB OK FIVE ROOMS, BATH
_ana largo yard. Apply N.. l„i j - street,
lOIIMi NINTH ST.-A LARGE. NICE-Y
furnished front room; no «i.ildren,
TO LET-NICELY FURNISHED
rooms at l__., ji street.
510 FIFTEENTH STREET TO LET—
Housekeeping rooms; partiy lurulshed.
—i_MJ Jefore 0 a. m. or after 3 p. m.
FURNISHED FLAT-SAN FRANCISCO;
to rent for the summer a nicely fur
ti in •n y ° * i x ru0,,ls ' Western Addi
tion, t_ alitornia street; rent reason
_t ,1 J_? ere _ iC * a required. Audresa "W.
W., this Office.
HOUSE OF EIGHT ROOMS. 710 EIGHTH
j str eet; good_ho_io_tor right pai lies
! TWO NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS;
! gas and bathroom convenient. Apply
_ 1808%' Eighth street.
TO KENT—FURNISHED ROOMS SUlT
able for housekeeping, at 816 Tw on Until
HO—HOUBJB V ST., BET. 24th AND 25th.
to rent. H. J.jUOETHE. lull 4th.
FRONT ROOM WITH MANTEL AND
grate. Apply 222 M stieet.
BOARD AND LODGING.
THE TURCLTL NORTH BAST CORNER
of Eighth and X streets; coolest build
ing;; finest rooms in city; newly fur
nished; porcelain bath tubs; second tloor
reserved for offices; terms very low;
janitor and light tree. FRANK MEYER,
j THE LANGHAM, 401 L ST—CHANGS-)
hands; board and rooms reasonable.
THE PLEASANTON, 808 L STREET—
A new tirst-class house; board with or
without rooms; rates reasonable.
NICELY - FURNISHED ROOM. WITH
or without board; home cooking. 1211
FURNISHED FRONT ROOMS TO RENT
with or without board. 911 O street,
_near Tenth street,
ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A HOME
like place to board and room? Go to tha
"MODEL," southwest corner Eighth
and H. .
HOWE'S ACADEMY—O R A M M A«
grade, high school, normal and busmefc
branches; elocution, French and German
are tau_ly;. Ninth and 1 streets. J
PHYSICIANS AND BD_OEONS.
DR. C. E. CONNER, EYE, EAR, NOSH
and throat. 005 J street. OL'ic- hour*
_ll_to_l2 and 1 to 5.
DR. F. M. REPTH. OFFICE WITH
Drs. White & Rofes, southwest corner
Sixth and J streets, Sacramento. Offi.ce
hours: 0 to 11 a. m, 12 to 2 and 7 to_B
DR. B. F. PENDERY, 62SU J, SW. COR*
ner. Res. 711 M. Tel 434.
DR. CART WRIGHT, OFFICE AND RES
idence, 013 X street, between Ninth an 4
Tenth. Office hours: a to 11 a. m., 2 to 4
and 7 to bji.ja.
DR. F. D. TYRRELL (SUCCESSOR TO
Dr. G. G. Tyrrell). Office, new Joseph
Building, corner X and Sixth streets.
Hours—ll to 1, 2 to 4, and 7 to H p. m.
Residence, 1625 P street. Telephone
residence, Capital 572, Sunset 251 black.
Office, Capital 200.
DR. L. S. JADAROLA, 20fft K—OFFIOH
hours: 0 to 12 a. m., 2 to 4 and 7 to*
p. m. New telephone No. 10.
DR. SIMMONS. SR.—HOURS 9 TO 10 A
m., 2 to :i:.HU p. m. and 7 to 8 p. m.
DR. SIMMONS, JR.- H ITS U to M
a. m., 4 to 5 and 7:30 p. m. Telephone,
house, 128; office, 07.
DR. FAY, 627J ST—lO TO 12 A M.. 2TO
4, 7 to Bp. m. Res. 1729 O. Tel. 309.
DR. WOOD, CELEBRATED INDE
pendent slate-writing medium, clair
voyant and psychrometrio reader. The
doctor will guarantee to cure any case
of rheumatism no matter how long
standing, as well as many other dis
eases, with hl3 own remedies. 909 Tenth
PLANTS. FLORAL DESIGNS, ETC.. AT
H-st Nursery. Mrtj.J. W. Neft'. 2SOo H.
|_ WATCHES CLEANED, 91; WATCH
mainsprings, $1. All work warranted.
410 X street, next to Metropolitan lhea
ter. Cash paid for old gold and silver.
BOOKBINDING IN ALL ITS
branches, with good work and prompt
ness. E. W. BRUENING, iil9 J street,