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HOME PRODUCTS DESIRED
Work of the Manufacturers'
Association Brings Good
CONTRACTS ARE HELD HERE.
The Interior Asked to Co-operate
Jn the Upbuilding of California's
California manufacturers are being pro
tected. The Manufacturers' and Producers'
Association has accomplished wonders
since the organization was formed. One
of the greatest feats to its credit so far is
the holding of the contract for the iron to
be used in the erection of the Parrott build
ing on the Pacific Coast. ,
At the meeting of the board of directors
in the Mills building yesterday it was
stated that the agent of the Eastern firm
who has been here looking after the con
tract had departed, and that the material
would be supplied by the Pacific Coast
Vice-President W. P. Bowers occupied
the chair. The directors wore represented
by E. C. Williams, A. McLaughlin, G. W.
Snyders. Julian Sonntag, M. McGUynn, K.
S. Moore and James Sproule. The balance
of the board were visiting the southern
Secretary L. R. Mead read a list of firms
who had applied for membership. There
were 193 applications, which, if accepted,
■will give a membership of 386 to date. Of
this number 2<s* have signed the constitu
tion and by-law^.
Mr. MeLaughlin asked whether all the
firms which applied were producers or
whether many of them were not agents for
There was some doubt regarding the
matter. He thought the question should
be looked into, as every member
of the organization is supposed to agree to
patronize home products to the exclusion
of all others. The secretary was instructed
to scrutinize the list and refer any doubtful
over to the hoard at the next meeting.
The following committees were an
nounced as having been selected by the
chairmen of each, elected at last meeting:
Finance— A. Sbarboro. J. P. Currier, James
Sproule, John Hammond, a. McLau?hlin.
Transportation, water and light— ll. L. Davis,
Henry T. Scott, Henry E. Bothin, Walter L.
Palmer, ?. Xickelsburg.
Grievance— Julian Sonntag, James Spiers, H.
E. Bothin. E. Worden, A. Harass thy.
Manufacturers— R. ft Moore. I. F. Pundon,
J. B. Crockett, J. N. Knowles, W. F. Bowers.
Mr. Moore called the attention of the
board to the fact that it would be advis
able for the directors to ask the Board of
Supervisors to incorporate in all their j
calls for bids that home manufacturers
would be given the preference in awarding
the contracts for all supplies and material.
Mr. McGlynn said there was an ordi- I
nance covering that nuttter. but that it
would be well to call upon the Board of
Supervisors and see that the law was en
The secretary was instructed to write to
the Board of Supervisors and ask for some
time to be set for a meeting with the |
The secretary was also instructed to
write to the boards of trade in the other
cities in the State, requesting them to co
operate with the association, and^if they
to decide, a delegate will be sent to confer
The reason for this step is the general
idea among the interior business men that
the Manufacturers' and Producers' Asso
ciation is a San Francisco organization
with selfish motives, instead of being the
broad-principled body it is with all Cali
fornia's interests at heart.
Oscar Lewis, who was selected to solicit
membership and advance the work of the I
association, has resigned from active duty. !
He still takes intere>t in the movement, !
and supervises, to a certain extent, the
work performed by S. H. Tacy, who took
Mr. Tacy was present at yesterday's
meeting, and gave the directors some idea
of the uphill work he encountered. He
I find the business men of San Francisco lack
patriotism. They do not seem to realize what
the association is. They do not know its ob
jects. I called upon a firm yesterday and
asked them to join. They refused at tirst, bat
after pointing out to them the objects of the
organization, they signed. I have found many
who say, "wait until you have more members/
One is waiting for the other.
I have in my pocket a letter showing some
good at least has been done. This is what it
AN'ii.n-CAT.iFORNiA Bank, 'i
San Francisco, April 11. 1895.)'
Dirkmnn-Jrmcs Lithograph Company — Dkar
Sibs: In the spirit of the times and with a view to
place our orders for all checkbooks and litho
graphic worK in ;his city, provided we can do so at
prices at or about which we have been havtne sim
ilar work done n the Kant and without sacrificing
either style of workmanship or quality of paper, we
would ask you to call upon us and make an esti
mate for about 300,000 checks, which we propose
ordering very shortly.
Now gentlemen that is the result of this organ
ization. If we can only have some literature
which will clearly set iorth the objects of the
association, we can advance every interest in
On motion of Mr. Sonntag. Mr. Tacy was
authorized to prepare a pamphlet for gen
Mr. Mead suggested that it would be
•well to have a certificate of membership
which every holder couid hang in his place
of business, and thus proclaim himself as
standing by home industries. He sug
gested that designs be called for from the
various lithographers of this city and a
cash prize be awarded to the linn whose
design was accepted. The matter was left
with him to arrange and report at the next
Several matters requiring attention were
laid over until next Friday at j. p. m., by
which time the full board will be able to
THE TREE LIBEAEY.
Many New Books Suitable for School
children Keoontly Added.
The patrons of the Free Public Library
are greatly pleased on account of the re
cent reopening of the periodical-room, that
has been closed for so many months be
cause of the lack of funds for the payment
of an attendant. Librarian Clarke has
made many improvements in the arrange
ment of the room. It was formerly a
lounging place fop people ■whose principal
interest in literature was the perusal of
pictorial papers. The latter have been re
moved, and are now obtained on applica
tion. The room, which is on the top floor,
is now tilled with five long tables. < overed
with all of the current periodicals, the
American, English, German and French
publications occupying separate tables.
All of these are of the Higher class of liter
ature and scientific works.
The "slip system* has been abolished in
this room. On the walls, on two sides of
the room, are shelves containing the bound
periodicals of former years, also of great
use to students and literary people.
In accordance with the recommendation
of the Board of Education, the librarian
has added to the library a large number of
books suitable for the perusal of pupils of
the public Bchools. The Hoard of Educa
tion, in preparing the course of study for
the young folks, recommended a list of
books that would be a benefit for them to
read. These books are suitable for chil
dren in the fifth, sixth, seventh, eighth
and ninth grades, and no time was lost in
getting the desired works. Asa result, the
Free Library is patronized more than ever
by the children of the public schools.
Over 700 new books of all kinds have
recently- been added to the library. They
ir« all standard and popular works. At
present they are in the workroom being
catalogued and classified, but in a few
days they will be put into circulation.
SANG IN "BRAMBLETON PAIR."
Calvary Sabbath-School Children Give a
A musical festival entitled "Brambleton
Fair" was given last evening Dy members
of Calvary Presbyterian Sabbath-school in
the church hall, corner of Geary and
The evening's entertainment opened
with a selected song by a male quartet,
1 followed by the "Sunflower Garden," in
I which the following participated:
Miss Lottie Pierce, Miss Julia Olsen, Miss Hat
tie GrejKins, Miss Ettts FairchiW, Miss Hessie
1 Henderson, Miss Alice Wilson, Miss Minnie
Lund.strom, Miss Eihel Paton, Miss Alma Olsen.
Miss Addie Stone. Miss Hattie Scott, Miss \ io
iet Douglas, Miss Lottie Hause, Mr. Kobert
In Brambleton Fair the school children,
as follows, were participants:
Miss Estelle Hnuse, Miss Ida Bernhardt, Miss
Lulu Mcl.eod, Miss Ruth Mclntire, Miss Susie
Ibbott, Mrs. <<. Van Ambringe, Miss Mary Kel
leher, Miss L. M. Scott, Miss Julia Schulte, Miss
Viola Tothamer, Miss Virgto English, Miss M.
Johnston, Mr. W. T. Andrews. Mr. H. L. MoFar
land, Mr. .'. M. Garneld, Mr. K. Evans, Mr.
James M. rhompson. Mr. c. A.Lawrence, Mr.
\V. C. Ives, Mr. I>. M. Lawrence.
A musical dolls' drill being part of the fair
man's programme, was given by Miss Ethel
Ferguson, Miss Blanche Marlin, Miss Jessie
Norniftiid, Miss Tois Morton, Miss Pearl Met
calf, Miss Annie Harrison, Miss Xonnie Cooper,
Miss Pearl Tameron, Miss Cora Lindsley, Miss
Jessie McNab, Miss Annie Stone, Miss Idalene
W. Schaffer, Miss Nannie Cooper.
W.T.Andrews sang "The Wagon"; Lester
"Ferguson and Miss Bessie Morgan appeared in
the dialogue, "Guess What's in My Pocket?";
Miss Georgia, M. Wightman sang "Little Ala
bama Coon." A. C. Laurence sang "The
Answer," and the pantomime of "Slumber
Soiiu-" was presented by Miss lieraldine How
arth. Miss Bessie Morgan, Miss May Kelleher,
Lester Ferguson, Athearn Snook and D. M.
OUT OF QUARANTINE.
The Cabin Tassengers of the Coptic are
Allowed to Land.
The steamer Coptic was released from
quarantine yesterday morning, and per
mitted to go alongside at the Mail dock.
Her Chinese crew are still detained at
Angel Island, and her officers are practi
cally in quarantine, as they cannot leave
the vessel. The cabin passengers were all
landed yesterday, and they sent a very
complimentary letter to the 'Occidental and
Oriental Company, Captain Lindsay of
the Coptic and l>r Lawlor, thanking all
hands for the treatment they had received.
The ('optic sails on Tuesday, and the
stevedores will have to work on her day
and night, discharging and loading her.
FAVOR ISSUING BONDS
Retail Grocers Are Anxious
for Necessary Improve
With Better Streets and Sewers a
Greater Population Is
After an entire afternoon had been spent
among the leading retail grocers of San
Francisco not a single man was found who
opposed the proposition to issue bonds for
the improvement of the streets of the city
and the completion of its sewer system.
They expressed a willingness to meet the
extra expense on the ground that the city
would be beautified and rendered more
This fact, they argued, would bring a
good class of people to make the city
their home. In this way enough new capital
would be brought in to repay the expen
Another argument adduced was that
general prosperity would ensue among the
Laboring classes. These men would then
be able to spend money, and the merchants
would be more than reimbursed by addi
tional profits for the increase of their taxes.
'•No class of people are more into;'
in the advancement of San Francisco than
her small tradesmen," said James K. Tay
lor, the attorney of the Retail Grocers'
Union, yesterday. "They are the first to
feel the effects of depression and to profit
by good times. They make up the sub
stantial part of a city aud are the founda
tion of our political system.
"I have talked with many of the retail
grocers. I can assure you that they are
without exception in favor of the issuance
of bonds for the payment of the city's just
debts, the improvements of the streets and
the rectification of the errors in the present
Mr. Baylor explained that at present the
city owed its tradesmen about $300,000 for
goods delivered. This sum would have to
be paid eventually. If San Francisco be
gan extensive improvements, he explained,
the desirable people of the East would
come out to settle here because the city
would be known as progressive. This he
explained meant prosperity.
Marsden Manson, formerly of the Sew
erage Commission, said that if he could be
assured that the money would be spent to
the best advantage, he' was willing to pay
his share of any sum from $1,000,000 to
$10,000,000. He was sure that the expendi
ture of a sufficient amount of money on
the city would be fully repaid in results.
"At "present about' $1,500,000 is spent
on our streets and sewers every year," he
said. "We have already built "over 250
miles of sewers that cost $5,714, 225. Yet
one sowers are in a deplorable state be
cause the monc}* has not been spent in
L "If a sufficient ram were raised by bonds
and were employed advantageously to bet
ter our streets and make a sewer system,
the city would be repaid many times". The
first great result would be the reduction of
the death rate.
"There would be a, decrease in sickness
from health diseases and hence a lessening
of the expenses of the taxpayer more than
enough to counterbalance his extra taxes.
But this is not all.
"Many new people would be attracted by
the beauty, healthfulness and progress
iveness of the city. This would increase
the value of realty. The demand for labor
would be greater, and every class of citi
zen, from tlio lawyer to the scavenger,
made more prosperous."
John 0. Nobmann, president of the Re
tail Grocers' Union, whose store is at Cali
fornia and Fillniore streets, says he favors
the issuance of bonds because "it is a mat
ter of principle with him never to grudge
a dollar when there are two in sicht.
"We need better streets and sewers," he
said. improve them would benefit us
all. We would have necessary work done,
and would attract many new people. The
only thing I am afraid of is tnat a corrupt
Board of Supervisors may handle the
"Look at our 'Solid Eight. 1 I would not
want to trust the issuance of bonds to
tln.ni. Hit can be rightly expended, I
say raise the money."
Charles Meier of Post and Mason streets
is the rice-president of the organization.
He says: "I don't care if my taxes are
made 25 cents on the $100 larger, as long
as I get more than that back. If bonds
are voted to make necessary city improve
ments that will have to be the result."
T. Salomon, a grocer with a stall in the
Central market at Sutter and Dupont
streets, thinks the issuance of the bonds
would be a matter of economy. He ex
plained: "I have to sell three times as
many goods now to make the sumc profit
as I did ten years ago. If we had a larger
population I would have more customers.
If we ran give steady work to many labor
ers and maKe our city more beautiful I am
sure the people will come. The improve
ments will bring the better class who want'
James O'Connor, a pioneer groceryman,
of 217 Mason street, is a very conservative
business man. He favors the issuance of
the bonds though.
"A change must be made eventually in
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 1895.
the streets and grades," said he. "Our
sewer system must also be changed. Times
are very hard now, too hard to be consider
ing the immediate expenditure of much
money. But by the issuance of bonds we
would have twenty years in which to pay
for the work, and I feel sure that the ex
penditure of a large sum of money advan
tageously must result in increased pros
N. Salomon, whose grocery at Geary and
Scott streets is quite a center of trade,
thinks the issuance of bonds a good busi
ness proposition. "Frequently." he said,
"a man will borrow to extend his business.
The city should" do the same if it can to
advantage. There is no reason why San
Francisco should not have more manufac
tures. If the city's growth were properly
attended to they would come I am sure.
Then there would be many immediate
benefits from doing the necessary work on
the city's streets and sewers."
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IS H Jenkins, X V Brown, Oakland
Mrs W Edgar, NY A B Law, Omaha
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Miss Jack, San L obispo Miss Coleman, Oakland
Miss Goodall, Oakland Mr A Mrs Mng»e Jr. Oak
WW Hefteefenger, Oak Miss t'oxhead, Oakland
Mrs L J Reynolds, 8 J Miss E R Holmes, Mass
i ill Itipl-y", Burllngame I C Boss, Belmont
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Cleveland J Hnshley A w, Kans
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C H Clark A w, Cedar R L A Hughes. Santa Fe
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B C Wilson, Cal R T Devlin. Sacto
1' 8 Tracy, Phvcervllle Dan Carr. Piacerville
J McKee, Placerville Mrs R Mitchell, Placrvllle
R C Irvine, Sacto E L Reed.w.Junction Cty
G A Wiley, Davisyille A E McNealy, liaviota
Meyer Greenberg.St Louis J s Deven A w, san Jose
s W Paterson. Los Ang
LICK HOUSE. •
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X M Orr, Stockton Mrs (i MarshaU, Mndcno
X W Allen, Sun Jose F R Swain A w, Sacto
Mrs W F Jewell, Or G s Russell, i Mr Rapids
W H Sheldon, Galveston <; P Oeidet, Phila
G B McKee. San Jose Mrs .1 \V Cook, San Jose
B Marx, New York Albert Hanson, Seattle .
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Sol Nathan. Susanvllle J B Spaldlug, Susanvllle
Timothy Lee, Sacto C W Young, Alvlso
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SAN FRANCISCO -CALL."
BUBINEBB OFFICE of tho San Francisco Caiit
-710 Market street, open until U o'clock every
nij;ht in the year.
BBAKCH OFFICES— 530 Montgomery street,
corner Clay: open until 9:30 o'clock.
339 Hayes street, op<-n until 9:80 o'clock.
717 Larkin street, opon until 9:30 o'clock.
SW. corner Sixteenth and Mission streets, open
until 9 o'cloc'k.
2518 Mission street, open until 9 o'clock.
116 Ninth street, open until 9:30 o'doefc.
f CHI'KUH ?»OTICKS
;>-sp' QOWABD-ST. Ml i 1 1 <•I • I sr~" E TOSCO-
iS-S^ pal Church, between Second and Third sis.,
two blocks from Palace Hotel— Rev. W. W. Case,
D.D.. pastor; Martin Schultz, musical director;
W. F. Gibson, Sunday - school superintendent.
Hours of public services. 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m.
Sunday-school at 12:30. Prayer-meeting Wednes-
day evening. Epworth League at 6:45 Sunday
evening. Subject of morning sermon: "The J.ast
Days." Subject of evening sermon: "The Power
of the Resurrection." Prelude on "The exciting
events of the week." Pastor's residence, 2026
Howard st.: telephone 6o6s.
C£^g=> CENTRAL METHODIST- EPISCOPAL
LF-jS' Church, Mission street, bet. Sixth and Sev-
enth — pastor, Rev. Dr. Dllle, will preach morn-
ing and evening. Morning subject, " Spiritual Dis-
cernment"; evening, "Why Do Men Steal?"—
eighth In series on the Decalogue; prelude, "A
Carnival of Crime." Sunday-school, R. V. Watt
superintendent, at 1 p.m. Young People's meetings
at 6:30 p. m. Midweek prayer-meeting Wednes-
day evening, 7:45.
;jf--5p SfTjOHN'S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH,
£-& corner California and Octavia streets— Rev.
I). Hanson Irwiri, pastor, will preach at 11 a. m.
and 7:45 p.m. Sabbath-school, 9:45 a.m. Young
People's Society of Christian Endeavor at 6 :30 p. m.
Prayer-meeting Wednesday evening at 7:30 p.m.
Everybody mane cordially welcome.
iJt2S» HOWARD PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH,
CF-^ Mission st.. near Third— Rev. F. R. Farrand,
the pnstor, will preach at 11a. m., subject, "Jesus
and Nathaniel," and at 7:30 p. m., subject, "Who
Is My Neighbor?" Sunday-school at 9:30 a. m.
Young People's society of Christian Endeavor at
6:15 p. m. Prayer-meeting on Wednesday evening
at. 7:45 o'clock. , All are kindly Invited to these
Jt^p^FIRSTT PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH,
LS^C cor. Van Ness aye. and Sacramento St.— The
pastor, Rev. Robert Mackenzie, D.D., will preach
at 11 a. m. The associate pastor, Rev. W. C. Mer-
rill, will preach at 7:45 p. m., taking for his sub-
ject, "San Francisco's Harvest of Wild Grapes."
Sunday-school at 12:45 p. M. Young People's
Society of Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p. m.
Prayer-meeting Wednesday evening at 7:45 o'clock.
All ore welcome to these services. ■
NOTKF. OF >IKFTIN<;s.
fss="jsx'c E L 9 l (Tr DEGREE Z^iwwZ7~
u^J^ Lodge No. 2. I. 0. O. F.— Regular #>:^«&
meeting THIS EVENING. t'lwt^^2%^
degree will be conferred. y V/IK^ >
U. S. G. CLIFFORD, D. M.
Ctrg 3 AMERICAN LEGION OF ' "HONOR—
m*& Members of the Grand Council, A. L. of 11.,
an' requested to attend the funeral of MANUEL
EYRE, ESQ., TO-DAY at 10:30 a.m. at the par-
lors of N. Giay it Co., 041 Sacramento st.
• Tllu-.l.vs FILREN, Grand Commander.
C. O. Burton, Gr.ind Secretary. - -
Et^S 3 GOOD CITIZENSHIP MEETING MET-
w~-& ropolitan Temple, Sunday, April 21, S p. m.
Address by Mablon 11. Wilson. Subject, "Social
Reform and the Church." ■ • > ■ ■
DI A" 1 1 ) I . N I ) N ( tT 1 1 K - 1) I V I DE NrT^No.
iS*-& 18. 15 cents per share, of the Hutchinson
Sugar plantation will be payable at the office of the
company, 327 Market street, on and after SATUR-
DAY, April 20, 1895. Transfer-books will close
Saturday, April 13, 1895, at 12 o'aock M.
■K. H. SHELDON, Secretary.
SPKCIAL NOTICES. *
l£^& at-law and Notary Public, 638 Market St.,
opp. Palace Hotel. Residence, 1620 Fell st. Tele-
3 CLARA FOLTZ, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
IS-*' rooms 14 and 15, 9th floor, Mills building.
Practices In all State and Federal courts. .
I* DR. NELLIE lIEIGHLE, OFFICES, 61
l>-»' to 55, Donohoe building, 1170 Market st.
Stomach, liver, kidney and rheumatism success-
fully treated. Nervous diseases a specialty. Dis-
eases examined without questioning. ' ,
!3^s=> BAD TENANTS EJECTED FOR $4.
Br^& Collections made, city or country. Pacific
Collection Co., 416 Montgy st., room 6, Tel. 6580. .
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TF YOU WANT A GOOD SERVANT, MALE
J- or female, city or country, apply MME LEO-
POLD'S Emp. Office, 957 Market; open evenings.
ALL KINDS COMPETENT HELP SUPPLIED.
Nurse Agency, 131 Post St.; telephone M-625.
A NTED— BY AN AMERICAN WOMAN,
TT housework in plain small family; is called
good cook and neat : wages $10 per month. Ad-
dress Cook, box 10. Call Office^ ;
COMPETENT DBESS M AKER~~— MIDDLE-
"L' aged German lady wants position In a family or
take full charge of a business: country preferred.
Addres3C. P., box 12, Call Office.
EXPERIENCED WOMAN, A FIRST-CLASS
cook, will do housework: good references: city
or com. try, Address E. V., 89, this office.
EXPERIENCED WOMAN WISHES WORK
Üby the day; dressmaking; $1. Call 754 Fol-
som st. ■
pOMPETENT WOMAN WHO is a GOOD
\J cook would like a place In a private family, or
would do any kind of work by the day or week.
Please call or address 309 Seventeenth St., near
pi fRST-CLASS DRESSMAKER WISHES TO
-T go out by the day, or will take work home: sat- j
isfaction guaranteed. Call 728 Geary st.
Strong GIRL WISHES A BITUA- I
tlon to do general housework: wages $20: no
employment office answered. Call 1921 San
Carlos aye., between 20th and 21st sts.
MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN, FIRST-CL
cook, wishes situation in private family, as
cook, or do general housework. Please call within
two days, 830 Geary st.
EESPECTABLE YOUNG WOMAN WITH
child 4 years old wishes to do the work of small
family In country: good cook and housekeeper.
Address G. F. 8., box 70, Call Office^
SWEDISH GIRL WANTS SITUATION TO DO
cooking or housework. Call or address 510
Howard st. .
SITUATION BY YOUNG GIRL TO ASSIST IN
O general housework: wages $10. Address 66
Ri •: s p ectablTe WOMAN WANTS WORK by
the day or week; nursing, housework or cook-
ing; best of references. 509 Goo<h st.
T7IIRST-CLASS COOK, 8 YEARS' EXPERI-
-C ence, wishes place in institution or small hotel.
9 Stockton st.
Q WEDISH GIRL WISHES SITUATION; REF-
-0 erence. 9 Stockton st.
NORWEGIAN GIRL WISHES A PLACE;
i-> cook or general housework; good references. 9
ESPECTABLE MIDDLE-AGED GERMAN
woman wants position as housekeeper; city or
country. 1607 V Folsom St., 2tosp. M.
TMRST-CLASS SEAMSTRESS WOULD LIKE
-C steady work in a family; sleep at home. Ad-
dress 2208 Powell st.
BY 2 SWEDISH GIRLS— ONE FOR GENERAL
housework and good cook, wages $20 to $25;
other housework, plain cook, wages $15; both In
American families. Call 739 Filbert St. .
EXPERIENCED NURSE FOR CHILDREN
arnl seamstress, lately from East, wishes situa-
tion in private family; references. Address Nurse,
box 11. Call Office.
T7<RENCJI WOMAN WANTS WORK BY THE
-1 day washing, ironing and housecleaning. Call
or address 300 Hayes st.
pOMPETENT WOMAN WANTS SITUATION
\J to do cooking or laundry work in hotel or
boarding-house; good reference; city or country.
11l Twenty-sixth st.. near Mission.
VOU-TG WOMAN WISHES SITUATION TO
J- take care of an infant or do light housework.
Call or address 1226 Lombard st.
Y OUNG WOMAN ~ WjSUES TO NURSE OR
1 wash and clean by the day. MRS. PETERSEN,
963 Mission st., room 23. ' '
/"I ERMAN MAN AND WIFE WANT SITUA-
VX tion: man handy with tools, horses, buggies,
garden; wile good cook. Address THEO W., 836
Mission St., city.
pOMPETENT WOMAN /WISHES WORK BY
\J the day, to do washing, Ironing or housework.
Apply 1211 Stelner st.
pOM 1 BNT WOMAN WANTS WORK BY
V.' the day ; Is first-class laundress. Call 25 Thir-
teenth St., bet. Miss on and Howard.
I~r*IRST-CLASS cook. GOOD BAKER AND
J manager; best of city references. Address
"Cook," Call Branch Office, 717 Larkln st.
YOUNG GIRL WISHES A SITUATION TO
-L do seneral housework. Call 343 Brannan St.,
GENTLEMAN'S MENDING NEATLY DONE.
VX Call at 819 Mission st., Osborn House, room 7.
9 CREOLE LADIES WISH POSITIONS AS
— housekeepers. Call 5V2 Kearny St., room 10.
YOUNG WIDOW FROM THE EAST DE-
-1 sires a position as housekeeper. Call 967 Mis-
sion st., room 9. second floor.
BY GERMAN GIRL TO DO UPSTAIRS WORK
and care of children. Call 621 Commercial.
XTOt NG GERMAN LADY WOULD LIKE SIT-
-1 nation to travel as companion, or will take care
of family In traveling any time this summer; refer-
ences if necessary. Address 15 Farren aye., or call
on Sunday from 2 to 6 p. M.
HOUSEKEEPER— WIDOW, ED-
ucated. refined, alone, wants a home: country
preferred; no objection to children. MRS. S., 131
Post, room 20.
ITU ATI ON WANTED BY GERMAN LADY
k5 as governess or useful companion; Is cood
seamstress: can board home If desired. | Address
L., box 89, Call office.
VICE PERSON WISHES PLACE FOR UP-
--1 stairs work; neat sewer and dressmaker. Call
1819 Market st.
yOl' NG G I RL WOULD LIKE A POSITION TO
J. do second work and sewing. Apply 502 Fell st.
YOUNG~LAJDY WISHES SITUATION AS
1 waitress or do chamberwork; city or country.
Call or address M. G., 816 Sansome st., rooms 12
and 13, upstairs.
9 FIRST-CLASS COOKS; GOOD REFER-
— ences. 9 Stockton st.
OOD DRESSMAKER WOULD LIKE A FEW
more engagements in families; $160 per day;
cuts by Taylor system; children's clothes also. Ad-
dress M., box 99, this office. -
■\rouNG LADY would like POSITION as
-1 housekeeper. Call 5 Mason st., room 7; second
-^ASTERN LADY WOULD LIKE A POSITION
Ju as housekeeper. Call 5 Mason st., room 2; first
OMAN WANTS SITUATION AS HELPER
in boarding-house or restaurant; understands
her business. Call 29 Everett st. '
/"i OOD FRENCH COOK WISHES SITUATION
vX in family: city or country reference. Apply
706 '/ 2 Pino st., city.
pOM~PETENT COOK; CAN DO AMERICAN
V^ and German style; fond of children; work in
city or country in neat family. Call 129 Third St.,
/ OMPETENT AND RELIABLEGIRLWISHES
KJ general housework, or would go as nurseglrl.
Call at 130 Twenty-first st.
DRESSM A X Kits WANTED: PATTERNH|CUT
io order. 25c . McDowell Academy, 213 Powell.
•SITUATIONS WASTE L .
GE ft MA N M \ N AXITw iFf7"waXT' SIT uT
VX tion: man handy with • tools, horses, buggies,
garden or first-cIaRS ranchhand: best references;
wife good cook. Address Th. W. N., 836 Mission.
Tohyear experienced TRAVELER and
X_i solicitor speaking 5 languages wishes position
in wholesale liquor or cigar house. Address R. W.,
box 12, Call Office. „
"jlf IDDLE-AGEI) SOBER STEADY MAN
ill. wants a Job as watchman in any place of trust;
can give the best of references. Call or address
G. W. 11.. 1238 Bush st.
YOUNG ENGLISHMAN WOULD LIKE SITU-
-l atlon as butler, coachman, etc.: thoroughly
understands management of horses; first-class
references. Address Y. E., box 18, Call Office.
■\\rANTED-SITUATION AS waiter in
f f first-class club or hotel by a reliable man. Ad-
dress W. L. W., box 18, Call Office.
\l - A.NTED POSITION BY FIRST-CLASS
TT meat and pastry cook; hotel or restaurant;
city r reference If required. Address J. M. R., box
9, Call Office. -
"\ IDDLE-AGED MAN WISHES PLACE TO
111. work; can milk one or two cows: can drive
and take care of horses and work about place;
handy with tools; recommendation from last em-
ployer; low wages expected. Address S., box 6,
Eon, 11 CARPENTER. WITH TOOLS, WANTS
■IV employment; city or country. Address R. C,
box 49, Call Office.
OITUATION WANTED BY MIDDLE-AGED
Oman to make himself useful, city or country;
wages no object. Address S., box 147, this office.
pARPENTER IN ALL BRANCHES WISHES
\J work as house or ranch carpenter; will . work
by the day or month. Address C. M., box 1, Call
Cook HAKES GOOD BREAD- WANTS A
\J situation in the country. Address MR. MAN-
UEL, 1301 Santa Clara aye., Alameda. ;
PRACTICAL MINER AND MINING FORE-
man desires a position as mining foreman of a
gold, silver, lead or cinnabar mine; best of refer-
ences. Address 19 Rausch St., San Francisco.
OUNG MAN OF. GOOD t HABITS WOULD
X like position in wholesale house, office or busi-
ness place of any kind ; I fair penman and correct
a: figures; first-class references. Address G. H.,
box 4, Call Office. ________________
ANTED— BY COMPETENT PAINTER, A
TT chance to learn sign-painting; wages no ob-
ject. Address Painter, Call Business Office, S. F.
YOUNG MAN WISHES SITUATION AS
-I fireman; can run stationary engine: best of city
reference from last employer. Address F. M., box
99, Call Office. * J \
youKu MAN, SPEAKING 5 LANGUAGES,
-L wishes situation to work for his board where
he can attend school and learn English language.
Address O. C, 594 Stevenson st. ;
Da WISHES SITUATION.COUNTRY pre-
■ ferred; thoroughly " understands ■ management
of horses, garden and general work good milker;
willing for any kind of work.. Address A. A., box
112, Call Office. »
WANTED-BY TBUBK YOITHO MAW A*
TT , watchman In store, hotel or private house, or
run elevator. Address E. W., 1616 Pine st.
FEMALE HELP WANTED.
GERMAN BE AMSTBSSB, 36: SWEDISH OB
VJT French seamstress, $20: chambermaid and
plain washing. $20: laundress. $25: 10 housework
girls, city and country. $20 and $25: 4 young girls
assist, $10 to $15. MISS CULLEN, 105 Stockton. ,
*) SWEDISH WOMEN, HOUSEWORK, PEN-
fJ ryn, $15; fare paid. MISS CULLEN. 105
Stockton st., room 2.
9 HOUSEWORK GIRLS, ALAMEDa7S2S AND
— ' $-0: 2 in family: German cook. $35: Swedish
cook, $30. Apply MISS CULLEN. 105 Stockton.
QECOND GIRL, SAN MATEO. $20; SEE LADY
P here. MISS CULLEX, 105 Stockton st.
\\T ANTED — a WORKING HOUSEKEEPER
ii for country. $20 a month ; nurse for an infant,
!t>lf): good German cook, $25; a general-housework
girl, Alameda, $25; 25 housework girls for city
rjaces, $25, $20 and $15. Apply to MISS PLUX-
KETT, 424 Sutter st.
WANTED— A CHAMBERMAID, TO SEW A
if very little and wait at table, for a first-class
small hotel, $20, short distance; see lady here.
Apply to MISS PLUNKETT, 424 Sutter st.
WANTED— A FJRST-CLASS COOK FOR AN
American family, $35 to $40. Apply to MISS
PLUNKETT, 424 sinter st.
WANTED-A CHAMBERMAID AND WA IT-
,rL[ ess ' Bmu " hotel, country, $20. Apply to
Miss PLUNKETT, 424 Sutter st.
\\r ANTED— NURSE, A SHORT DISTANCE^
TT see lady here at 10 to-day; second girl, Santa
Clara County, $20, see lady here at 11 to-day. J.
F. CROSETT A CO., 312 Suiter st.
WANTED— POLISH IN LAUNDRY; COOK
ii German style. $30; infant's nurse, $25; Ger-
man second girl, $20; neat girl for cooking and
housework, $25; invalid nurse, $20; restaurant
waitress, $5 week, and girls for cooking and house-
work in city and country. J. F. CROSETT & CO.,
312 Suiter st.
\\r ANTED— WAITRESS. »8 WEEK: 5 W AIT-
TT resses, $5 a week, call early; woman cook,
small hotel, country, nice place ; German woman
cook, $40 and room: girl in family of 3. $10: girl
in family of 4, $15; girl for Alameda. 5 In family,
$15, etc,; .woman or girl to wash dishes, etc., In a
boarding-house, $10 a month, room, etc. : German
or Swedish girl in family of 5, $18, etc. MARTIN
A CO., 749 Market St.; telephone, main, 1849.
WAITRESS, RESTAURANT, $5 A WEEK;
ff waitress, restaurant, $18 and room; German
or Scandinavian girls for general housework; Ger-
man nurse-girl, $15; 10 girls light housework, $10
to $15; call early. C. R. HAXSEX A CO., 110
p ERMAN COOK, NO WASH, $30; GIRL, ALA-
VZ meda, $20; Swedish girl, American family,
$20: 4 girls at $20: 10 young girls, $15. • MME.
LEOPOLD, 957 Market st.
GIRLS, IF YOU WANT A GOOD PLACE, CALL
MME. LEOPOLD, 957 Market st.
\\ a:s " ED— 2 NEAT SECOND GIRLS. OAK-
ii land, $15 to $20: girl to wait at table, restau-
rant, $5 a week, city; 6 good housegirls, $20 to
$25; 4 housegirls. country; cook for a ranch, $20:
German cook, $25 ;nursegirl, $15. Apply 332 Geary.
3 COOKS FOR FARMS. 2 WAITRESSES, AND
others. MURRAY A READY, 634 Clay st.
(17 ANTED— SWEDISH GIRL FOR COOK,
TT downstairs, $25; German cooks. $35 and $30;
waitress, restaurant, $6 a week; Jewish cook, $20:
young girls to asßlst, $10 and $12; Spanish cook,
$25. LEO ANDRE, 316 Stockton.
AIT RESS COUNTRY HOTEL, $20: GER-
if man chambermaid, $16; waitress assist up-
stairs, $20. and girls for housework. R.T. WARD
A CO., 610 Clay St.
WE DISH COOK, $20: 4 GENERAL HOUSE-
work girls, $10 to $20: German cook, San
Mateo, $30, Oakland, $25, Berkeley, $30, San
Lorenzo, $25, Bakersfield, $30, ranch cook. $35. 9
i PPRENTICE ON BUTTON - HOLE MA-
IV chine; wages paid. KONIGSTEIN, 126 Eighth.
WANTED-GOOD TAILORESS. 1025 HAR-
tt rison st.
WANTE D— REFINED LADY AS COMPAN-
TT ion to an invalid. 923 Fillmore st.
p ERMAN (URL FOR GENERAL HOUSE-
IX work. Call 2225 Sntter st.
■yOUNG GIRL AS SECOND GIRL TO HELP
1 in kitchen and general housework. 1522 Post
si., small family.
OUNG GIRL FOR LIGHT HOUSEWORK;
X good home, wages. 1644 Market st.
anted"- 1 ; 1 : ii.m a x OR SCANDINAVIAN
if girl cook, before 12 a. m. 234 Fourth st.
SMALL GIRL TO ASSIST IN LIGHT HOUSE-
work. 628 Hayes at.
WANTED-A GIRL TO MIND A BABY.
if Apply 1081 Howard.
ANTED— A COMPETENT MIDDLE-
if woman to do general housework; small fam-
ily; cooking, washing and ironing. Apply at 908
Twenty-first St., afternoon.
rpAILORESS AND APPRENTICE OX COATS;
-L steady work. Apply at once 9 Powell st.
"CURST-CLASS OPERATOR; CUSTOM VESTS;
-F good wages; steady work; also finishers. 239
RESSMAKERS WANTED; FIRST-CLASS
skirtmakers; also operators on 1 Singer ma-
chine. 604 Sutter st.
I RS-rCLASS~ TAILORESS. 504 SUTTER
/ 1 I HI. TO ASSIST IN LIGHT HOUSEWORK;
VX wages $8. . 702 a Guerrero st.
p IRLS WANTED — PATTERNS CUT TO
VX order, 25c. at McDowell Academy, 213 Powell.
IFESSOB LIVINGSTON'S LIGHTNING
A dress-cutting machine; his latest Improvement
over all other methods in use: simple, durable and
perfect: no guesswork nor refitting; cuts directly
on cloth without aid of pencil, paper, weights or
thumb-screws; satisfaction guaranteed or fee re-
" funded: increase of business compels us to remove
to larger quarters. Xew address .02 Sutter st.
C A LADY SOLICITORS WANTED. APPLY
*J\t bet. 8 and 10 a. m. or 5 to 8 P. M. (any hour
Sunday). 317 Sixth st. '
STEADY FINISHERS ON PANTS: ALSO ONE
to learn. 307 Clementina st.
IriREE— TEST AT LAWRENCE DRESSCUT-
-1 tin. School. 1231 Market st.
TJIAI-K help wanted.
carplentkbsVneab cit y : call
*) early. MURRAY A READY, 634 Clay st.
C LABORERS TO DIG DITCHES ON RANCH;
*) 3 farmers: 2 butter-makers; 2 milkers. MUR-
RAY A READY, 634 Clay st. "
QA WOODCHOPPERS, $1 AND $1 50 PER
O\J cord, company work and 1 year's job; farmer
for Xapa County, $150 a year. MURRAY <fc
READY, 634 Clay st. .
CIOOK FOR THE SPRINGS. $25 TO $30, 10
\_' boarders; 2 hotel cooks, $35 and $50; 2 wait-
ers: 2 hotel porters. $20; 2 dishwashers: boy to
work on ranch: pantryman, $20. MURRAY A
READY, 634 Clay st.
T\r ANTED— FULL CREW FOR THE WOODS
if for logging-camp; 2 coopers, lime barrels: 2
milkers, $20: farmhands, $16: Itulian milker. s2o:
basalt-block makers, piece work. R. T. WARD &
CO., 608 and 610 Clay st. .
W"ANTED-BARKEEPER, GERMAN PRE-
fi ferred. $25 and found: French cook, $90: dis-
hwasher, $6 a week: married gardener to take
chfir^e of nursery ; jobbing gardener. $20. etc. L.
ANDRE, 315 Stockton st. .
WANTED— AST X COACHMAN, $30 AND
if found: 20 laborers for mill and woods. $20
and found; 20 woodsmen. $26 and found; 5 slack-
work coopers. $30 or piecework: office-boy, $15;
farmers: farmer and wife, $25, and others. A pply
to J. F. CROSETT A CO., 628 Sacramento st.
\\T EASTERN BUTLER, WITH REF-
V erences. Apply to J. F. CROSETT A CO., 628
PAILROAD LABORERS WANTED TO-DAY;
JLt fare: to start Sunday: also stonecutters
and stonemasons. C. R. HAXSEX A CO., 110 Geary
■W ANTED— A NEAT YOUNG GERMAN TO
if cook for a few men, $25 a month and found:
also a liveryman for a country stable, $25 a month
and found : farmers, milkers, cooks an.i others at
W. D. EWER A CO.'S. 626 Clay si.
\l' ANTED— TWO IRONMOLDERS, PIECE-
Tt work; also 2 coopers for slack work and
others W. D. EWER <fc CO., 626 Clay.
W ANTED— YOUNG "M A |FOR PANTRY
if work and wait at table, $16. room and : board :
young man for porter and bell work in a small
hotel; French cook,, $50 and room: -order
cook, $45, etc.; boy to help peddle vegetables, etc.:
boy for office work, live with parents. MARTIN
A CO., 749 Market St.. telephone Main 1849.
\\r ANTED-FIRST-CLASS CLOTHING BALES-
it man for the country; steady position to right
party. Address C. I*. box 12, Call Branch.
/ I OOD BARBER FOR SATURDAY AND SUN-
VX day. 32 Third st. : -^.1
1 foOD BARBER FOR SATURDAY. 63THIRD
\JT street. • :
OOD BARBER TO WORK OX PERCENT-
age Saturday and Sunday. 1741 Mission st.
ARBER FOR SATURDAY ONLY; GOOD
.wages. 1006 Mission st,, above Sixth.
BARKER— CLASS, FOR SATURDAY:
guarantee. ". 408 1 2 Sixth st. .
SATURDAY EVENING AND SUN-
day. 1091 Howard st.
ARBER-FIRST CLASS, SATURDAY. 831 i
Geary st. : ; •:•."'■ ">
ARBER WANTED FOR SATURDAY. 1231
Market st. -"-
ARBER FOR SATURDAY. 619 SACRA-
mento st. - « ■ ;
BA 1 1 E WANTED SATURDAY AND SUN-
day; $3. 128y 3 O'Farrell st.
ARBER FOR SATURDA V AND SUNDAY.
315 Sutter st., FRANCIS* barber-shop.
ARBER * OR -SATURDAY NIGHT AND
Sunday. 416 Turk st.
ARBER FOR SATURDAY. 627 COMMER-
clalst.-. •■■-.■•■■■■ -.;- ■'.-•• ; ■■■■ ;■■- ■
BA RBER FOR SATURDAY AFTERNOON
and Sunday. 27 East st. ■ / '.■ :
BARBER FOR SATURDAY AND SUNDAY.
426 Broadway. ?
ANTED— A BARBER FOR SATURDAY.
133V2 Ninth st. .. x .
2 BARBERS AND BOOTBLACK WANTED
for Saturday. 105 Fourth st.
W ANTED IMMEDIATELY— S BARBERS;
TT steady work, f 34 Fourth st.
B~OY-MUST UNDERSTAND SPANISH: 3 '
evenings a week; state age; wages expected.
F. I. H.. box 14, Call Office. . ■•
5? ANTED— GOOD BOYS FOR PED-
V? dling. 724 Fulton st.
C) COAT.MAKERS WANTED AT 600 J ST.,
— cor. Sixth, Sacramento.
I> KKSSF.K AND OPERATOR ON VESTS. 239
X Seventh st. ■ ■ .
-V7-OUNG MAN FOR GROCERY; »GOOD; REF-
X erences. Address A., box 9, this office.
\\r AITER WANTED. APPLY 407 MASON
VV • St., rear entrance. ' •
OOD BUSHELMAN WANTED AT RA-
VJT PIIAEL'S. 9 Kearny st.
AN TO TRAVEL; GOOD TEAM FUR-
nish"d: $100 per month; must have $350
cash: principals only. Call New York Stables,
Jessie st., bet. Sixth and Seventh, after 10 a. m.
WANTED — STEADY "MAN IN LIGHT,
Vl pleasant business; former experience not nec-
essary will clear to each from $60 to $80 per
month ; cash required, «150. STRAND.7I9 Market.
T IVE MEN WANTED TO HANDLE OUR
XI summer specialty; will pay competent persons
$3 50 per day. Apply at store, 328 Seventh.
W ANTED— MEN WHO DO NOT RECEIVE
V T their wares to place accounts with us: law and
commercial collection; no charge unless successful.
ECNOX COLLECTION AGENCY , 110 Setter St.
Qb I .)"' GOOD MAN WILLING TO WORK AS
t&XjZO. partner In cash business. 539 California.
aTrtner"wanted to GO prospecting.
P., box 42, Call Office. .
WITH YOU CAN START IN BUSINESS
'» and earn from $2 per day and upward. 515
Fourth st.. room 15, from 3 to 6 p m.
B" ARBERS^ ATTENTION — BARBER - SHOP
for sale, on account sickness. 1905 Hyde St.
AILORS AND CUTTERS TO ATTEND THE
,X San Francisco Cutting School. 623 Market St.,
room 15. . " ,-;:;■••
DISH WASHER AND TO WORK ROUND THE
XJ house. 1524 Market st.
Tir ANTED— DISHWASHER: • 15 AND ROOM.
' » Popular Restaurant, 1020 Broadway, Oakland.
p OOD I'll KSS 1 ; li ON COATS; STEAD V WORK,
VT good wages. 541 Market.
WANTED-GOOD MAN TO SOLICIT FOR
»* merchant tailor; a good chance for the right
party. Address G. S., box 3, this office.
A J BN'S SHOES %-SOLED, 40c: HEELS, 25c:
i'L done in 16 minutes. 635 Kearny st.. basement.
T>ARBERS, FOR EMPLOYMENT CALL SECT
Barbers' Ass., 12 Seventh. H. SCHEUNERT.
THREE BEER: BEST IN CITY; 9 SCHOONERS
J? for 5 cents at 228 Pacific st.
HAVING, WITH BAY RUM, 10c: HAIR CUT-
tlnglsc: a towel for every customer: 8 chairs;
no waiting. JOE'S, 32 Third street.
1 F Viil- want good, SOBER cook, first-
-1- class single-handed, call at 245 Minna st., bet.
Third and Fourth; no objections to country.
HOES HALF-SOLED IN 10""" MINUTES;
done while you wait; at less than half the usual
price; all repairing done at half price; work guaran-
teed. 664 Mission St.. bet. First ana Second
TMRST-CLASS LADY TAILORS. 504 SUITER
K~ " EMOVED FROM 706 TO 726%, OPP. HOW-
ard-st. Theater; misfit shoes bought or ex-
changed : best place in the city for new and second-
"r/ 1 MEN FOR a LONG jenny LIND CAKE
cl> ' and cup good coffee for 5 cents. 44 Fourth st.
WANTED-MEN TO GET BOTTLE SHARP
*» steam beer, sc; bottle wine, sc. 609 Clay st.
CAA PAIRS OF GOOD SHOES, 25cTO $1. 564
*J\J\J Mission St.; also 631% Sacramento st.
WAKE THE DEAD - WENZEL'S ALARM
»T clock; no electricity. 607 Montgomery st.
T7IREE COFFEE AND ROLLS. 704 SANSOME;
J single rooms, 15c, 20c, $1 week with breakfast.
LI X D ELL HOUSE. 6TH AND HOWARD—
XJ single furnished rooms, 75c week, 15c night.
lOn ME: * to TAKE LODGING AT 10c, 150
l"v and 20c a night, including coffee and rolls.
624 Washington st., near Kearny. - > v .
ELLIS ,ROSEDALE— PRICES REDUCED;
0~l single furnished rooms, $1 week; 20c night.
TRY ACME HOUSE, 957 MARKET ST., BE-
x low Sixth, for a room: 25c night; $1 week.
EBT IN CITY— SINGLE ROOMS, 15, 20 AND
25 cents per night ; SI, $1 25, $1 60 per week.
Pacific House, Commercial and Leidesdorff sts.
X]ff ANTED— LABORERS AND MECHANICS
' T to know that Ed Rolkln, Reno House propri-
etor, has opened Soto House, 32 Fourth St.: 100
rooms; 25c to $1 per night; $1 25 to« 4 per week.
"ttr ANTED— SINGLE ROOMS, 15c A DAY; $1
» » week : rooms for two, 25c a day, $1 50 a week;
reading room • dally papers. 3fi ("lay sU
pHEAPEST AND BEST IN AMERICA— ThU
\J WEEKLY CALL, sent to any address in the
United States or Canada one year for ?1 50, post-
_ AGENTS WANTED.
T T to Introduce best atlas up to date. Call 9to 12
a. m., ANDREWS, 7 City Hall aye.
A GENTS TO SELL DAISY LANTERN; SAM-
JiY pie by mall 25 cents: sells at first sight : active
agents make $5 a day. KENNEDY'S NOVELTY |
AGENCY Oakland," Cal.
\ \ • A NTED— NICE VACANT
fT or stores: at once. SPECK'S, 30 Montgomery.
FLATS WANTED. ||
4"~OR "5" ROOMS, BATHT^vi'ITII MODERN
rt conveniences, by a respectable family of 3
people. Address T. 8., cigar-stand, 305% Califor-
T7IURNISHED ROOM Fn^ex change" for
J piano. HEINE. 40 O'Farrcll st.
\TT ANTED— TO rTeNT^IN^XC'hTnGE^OR
»' Alameda home, city residence or improved
ranch. Address C. <;., box 9. Call Office.
-\\T ANTED-SISOO~ON~EXCE LLENT^REAL
iT estate security near San i-rancisco; the im-
provements Insured for the amount of loan, pay-
able to mortgagee; 11 per cent will be paid for one
year: no expense for examination of property. Ap-
ply to JOHN L. RICHTEK. 513 Market st.
. furniture at highest cash prices. | 5 Fourth st.
HOW CASES, BAR, RESTAURANT. CANDY
outfits, flxtures,etc.,bought and sold. 125 Fifth st.
It N I T t RE", COUNTERS, SHOWCASES,
J restaurants bought.sold. ANDERSON, 1121
I A N'rED-A^BICYCLE (SECOND~hXnD)";
TT latest model. Apply 253 Clementina st.
ANTED— A SECOND-HAND BICYCLE OF
" 1894 or 1835 make; cheap; not over 24
pounds weight. Apply at 28 Second st.
\\r ANTED — SECOND-HAND GASH BEGIS-
tt ter: state price. 639 Broadway.
WANTED TO BUY— AN ENGLISH FOX TER-
>» rierdog. Address JAMES Midford, Or.
KLEIN, 109 SIXTH ST., PAYS GOOD PRICES
for clothing, hooks and jewelry.
©9 ,'A REWARD FOR~~B^TURNING~TO
<T— •O\t PHILOJACOBY, 612 Commercial st.,
a red leather pocket book, containing papers of no
value except to the owner.
OST— LADY'S GOLD WATCH AND FOB ON
XJ Hayes St., bet. Franklin and Polk. Return 640
Grove: receive reward.
T OST— TWO JAPANESE PUG DOGS; BLACK
XJ and white; names Pinky and Lily. Return
2208 Powell st. ; receive reward.
LOST-MARCH 29; GORDON SETTER DOG-
running sore on side. Return to 1710% Church.
BRINDLE GREYHOUND. RETURN
to 311 Four: ii St.: reward.
STORAGE — — —
S"~aTe7dß\\Th E A P^LA^ET^TstORe" yT)T R
furniture, etc. LL'NDY FURNITURE COM-
PANY, 818 Mission st. I
T7IURNITURE, PIANOS AND OTHER MER-
X chaudise received on storage; money advanced
011 consignments; fire-proof building. 410 Post st '
above Powell. . '
S" TORAGE OF FURNITURE, pianos, HOUSE-'
O hold goods, etc. J. M. PIERCE, 735 Market sU
RBT-CLABS STORAGE; AD VANCEB MADE"
J 421-423 Market st. CH AS. L. TAY l'()R
ATTORNEYS AT-L AW.
A DVICE FREE7IITv : O^R7rE^A\vT^C^pTt IIXL^1 lXL^
-TV ty; collections, damans, wills, deeds, etc. G. W.
HOWE, Att'y-at-law, 850 Market St., cor. Stockton!
JAMES K. " " ROSS, ATTO RNFV-AT.r aw
') MUls building, seventh floor, room 15 '
\\ W> , H A Vl " sox - ATTORNII Y-AT-L A W. 420
___ . < ______ __ mis. 14-15 ; advice free.
.T°^ N 5' i V ~ lT ,n.F£' ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, RS.
O 16 and 17. 40'J Montgomery st., cor. California.
T OAN WA~NTED-?1600 WA NTED~ON^IJI-
-xj proved real estate security for one year: land
near the city ; will pay 12 per cent per annum. Ad-
dress CYRUS p. everton. box 52, Call Office.
LOW RATES; CITY. COUNTRY: COLLAT-
eraI securities. TRAVERSE, 313Montg'y. _,■
WANTED— TO BORROW $200: WILL PAY
»' 10 per cent, with good security. Address s -
box 125, Call office.
FOR BEST VALUE^GET A CALIGBAPH; IT
lasts longest ana does best work. INA YLOR,
agent. 19 Montgomery st. ; rents: repairs; Mlmeo-
grai^s: supplies.. _____—_»
CEWING-MACHINES RENTED^ $1 50 PER
O month; aU kinds repaired; machines sold from
•5 upward. < 13C3 Market st.
I PERSONALS^ _ _ —j.^ r^^
mE^fDS~ANDTACQUAINTANCES OF MR.
T and MRS. B. BEER, 1720 Geary St., are cor-
dially invited to be present at Replacing Of the
tombstone of their beloved son, SIDNEY BEER,
SUNDAY. April 21, at half-past 12 clock. Salem
cemetery. . .
f OAN WANTED OF $60: WILL PA V $2 50 IN-
XJ terest; good security. Address L., ll a Ninth.
mo WHOM IT MAY CONCERN— THE SALOON
1 and lodaing-house formerly conducted by MRS.
CAPTAIN J. POWELL, at 118 Washington st.,
has been sold to and will in future be carried on by
LUIS PARRINELLO. late of Lima. Peru. All out-
standing accounts should be presented within eight
(j a y S ■ LUIS PARRINELLO.
April 18, 1895.
/-tET RELIABLE DETECTIVE, BEST OF
\JT reference; save time, money and anxiety. Ad-
dress H. 11., box 52, Call Office. _
BOOK ox RHEUMATISM, gout AND lum-
bago sent free 10 those sending their addresses
to E. M. CHESSMAN Manufacturing Co., Pitts-
HIGHEST PRICE PAID LADIES' OR GENTS'
cast-off clothing. Send postal, J. F., 15 Russ St.
QUALITY STYLISH LEGHORN" HAT
only 75c. Beehive Millinery, 39 Sixth.
RS. MELVILLE-SNYDER HAS REMOVED
her Oratorical, Vocal and Dramatic Academy
to 519 Van Ness aye: vocal classes Monday. 8 p. m.,
$1 mo.: dramatic classes Wednesday, 8 p. v,, Fri-
day, 3 p.m., $3 mo. children, Saturday, 12 :30 p.m.,
50c mo. ; private lessons; stage for practice.
ADVICE FREE ; DIVORCE LAWS A SPECIAL-
J\. Tv ; collections, damages, wills, deeds, etc. G. W.
HOWE, Att'y-at-law, 850 Market., cor. Stockton.
FIXK NKW ALBERT SUIT, LARGE; COST
$75 ; take $25. 803 Golden Gate aye.
AIR-DRESSING. 25c: ANY* STYLE; PIO-
Jx neer hair-store. BERTHA SPITZ, 111 Stock-
ton; estapllshed 1869; strictly one price, 25c only.
HEUMATISM CURED; NEW AND WON-
derful discovery. E. L. YOEL, 121 Stockton st.
ANE MORE CUT—
Oak Roll Top Desks $14 to $35
Oak Roll Top Desks $14 to $35
Oak Chiffoniers From $10 up
Oak Bed Sets .$l7 50 up
Oilcloths And Linoleums 30c up
Stoves and Ranges.. : $3 up
Thousands of bargains. We keep everything.
Cash or time payments. J. NOONAN,
1017-1019-1021-1023 Mission St., above Sixth.
AN HAVE DRESSES CUT AND FITTED
for $3: dresses popular prices or engagements
by the day: patterns to measure. 11 Geary.
EADQUARTERS LONG DISTANCE TELE-
phones, cheap; send for prices. Klein Electric
Works, 720 Montgomery St., San Francisco, Cal.
PALL AT FONZO'S CAFE FOR FIRST-CLASS
\J refreshments: furnished rooms by the day or
week. 2067 Center St.. Berkeley station, Berkeley.
R. C. H. SPENCER HAS DISCOVERED
how to grow new hair and save what you have;
a large class under treatment. Send address for
book explaining treatment. 1206 Market. Also
lady partner wanted with $350 to open up a ladies'
JH AU PTLI, LADIES' HAIR DRESSER, HAS
• removed to 1156 Market st., next to the Maze.
P^UIET PLACE FOR LADIES TO TRADE IN
v/ stocks and grain; large money made on small
Investment. WHEELOC'K & CO., 318 Pine st., R 3.
pANCER AND TUMORS CURED: ELECTRIC
\J and magnetic treatments to women and chil-
dren for chronic and nervous diseases; reduced
price to the poor. MRS. LEE, 327 Ellis st.
WALTZ GUARANTEED: PRIVATE OR IN
" class. PROF. FOSTER'S dancing-school, 997
milE NEW LOUVRE DININO-PARLORSIAT
X 8-14 O'Farrell st. are the talk of the town.
INE SUTtn7sls; DRESS PANTS, $4 75.
Misfit Clothing Parlors, i 4 Geary st.
pLOAKS, CAPES AND SUITS RETAILED AT
\J rates' cost. Factory, 20 Sansome st.. upstairs.
pHARLEY— CURE YOUR DANDRUFF, IT
\J looks bad and leads to a diseased scalp; on«
bottle of Smith's dandruff Pomade is guaranteed
to cure or money refunded; price $1, at all drug-
stores. SMITH BROS., manufacturers, Fresno, Cal.
KINETOSCOPES FOR SALE; PHONOGRAPH
ontfits bought for cash. Bacigalupi, 946 Mkt.
ISITING-CARDS ENGRAVED AT ROBERT-
V SON'S, 126 Post st.
"WEDDING INVITATIONS ENGRAVED AND
TT printed. ROBERTSON'S, 126 Post st.
LD BUILDINGS BOUGHT |AND SOLD,
store-fixtures, doors, windows, lumber, pipe,
etc.; cheap. Yard 1168 Mission st., nr. Eighth.
Second-hand" AS well as new BARS,'
O showcases, counters, shelving*, mirrors, desks,
safes, chairs, scales, etc., and a very large stock of
them, too; be sure and see stock and get prices be-
fore going elsewhere. J. NOONAN, 1017-1019-
-1021-1023 Mission st., above Sixth.
GAS FIXTURES AND PLUMBING. 627
Golden Gate aye. H. HUFSCHMIDT.
LD GOLD, SILVER, GENTS' AND LA DIE*
clothing bought. COLMAN, 41 Third st.
WINDOW SHADES MANUFACTURED TO
V? order by WILLIAM McPHUN. 1195 Market.
H~A^P^Co7T3IS~GE A BY— FASHIONABLE
Ladies' Tailors: JatestJParisian styles; interior
trade solicited; personal tltting not necessary: send
waist on measurement: goods and findings .com- -
pleie from $15 up: suits from $5 up; , mourning j
orders in 12 hours: fit guaranteed.
MT^w^L^rßlCrriu.:ATc : AT^^
humbug; returned ;25c ; gents soc. 337 Tehuma.
ISS M. JULANA. CLAIRVOYANT^ Dl^
viner of the future, 50c. room 16, New Arling-
ton, 1015 Market. 9to 12, 1 to 6, 7to 10.
ME. MORE A U, REST MEDIUM.CLAIRVOY-
ant; speaks German; 25c up. 131 Fourth st.
PROFESSOR LEON, PALMIST. THE GREAT
renowned clairvoyant and life reader, has ar-
rived in the city; don't fail to see him; gives luck
in business: healing power; hours 10 a. m. to 8 p.m.;
also Sunday. 533 Post St.. near Taylor.
rPHE CELEBRATED CLAIRVOYANT, PRO-
-1 FESSOR WALTER, is in the city; he can be
consulted on business, marriages, divorces and all
family affairs: the future plainly revealed; lovers
united: trouble healed; names of friends and
enemies, also the one you will marry; truth
guaranteed. Office 303 Jones St., near Eddy ; hours
9 a. m.. 9 p. m., Sundays 9 to 5.
MMX. DR. THOMAS, SCIENTIFIC REVEAL-
-l-'-L er by eggs and car-Is (in English or German)tells
entire life. past, present, future; consultat'.ons on
all affairs, nothing exceptwi; names given: good
advice; srure help: restores lost love by sympathy;
mistake impossible; fee fl; letter $2. 30 Kearny.
VfME." LEGETTE, PAST, PRESENT AND
■OX future. 304 Tehama St., cor. Fourth.
MR& S. SEAL— SITTINGS DAILY; TEST CIR.
I>X Wed, eve., Bp.m. : Thurs., 2. 110 McAllister.
Vf RS. J. J. WHITNEY, CLAIB VOY AN T.TEB
IYL medium and life-reader. 218 Stockton.
pIRCLE TC^NIGIIT: lOcTmME. YOUNG, 723
\J Gough, nr. McAllister: come, skeptics.
~A M. FRANCIS, 118 H\ IG HT. INDEPEN-
• dent slate-writing meu.aiu: Sunday excepted.
Vf RS. HENDER ROGERS- PS YCHOMETRIST,
-IVL test and healing medium: cir. Mon. and Fri.
eve.; sittings dally. 122 Turk st. '
MRS. GRIFFIN— I R. TUES.EVE;
test mtg. Fri. eve; sittings daily. 244 6th st.
MRS. EGGERT AIKEN, TRANCE MEDIUM:
cir. Sun. eve.: developing clr. Tues. eve. 716
; A STRALSEER— PROF. HOLMES. 523 GEARY
-£x st.; horoscopes, questions, stocks, advice.
MONEY TO LOAN.
T OWEST RATES ON CITY. COUNTRY AND
XJ collateral securities. TRAVERSE. 313 Mont-
gomery st. _^
ANY' SUM (CITY)— DIAMONDS, ESTATES,
furniture, realty. ' SPECK'S, 80 Montgomery.
MONEY LOANED ON JEWELRY AND DlA-
monds. Mills' building, fifth floor, room 6.
A DVANCES MADE ON' HOUSEHOLD FUR-
-£"i- niture without removal, warehouse receipts
and other securities; lowest interest. Room 68,
Donohoe building, cor. Market and Taylor. ■■ y :
frQAA C\(\(\ AT 6 PER CENT ON CITY" and **
«J)OUU.UUU Oakland first-claM business prop-
erty, a. SCHULLEIt, 508 Montgomery st.
ON ANY SECURITY. AT LOW RATES; DEAL-
ing confidential. »8 Crocker building.
IST AND 21) MORTGAGES, ESTATES,
Xpianos.allmony ;any sum. M URPH Y',628 Market .
MUNICIPAL LOAN OFFICE, CROCKER
iVL building, mom telephone Main 5122. >■
\NY SUM OF MONEY ADVANCED ON
J\. your furniture, pianos or real estate; low rates;
call and state your proposition or write: open
evenings. J. NtioNAN. 1021 Missions!.
MONEY LOANED ON JEWELRY AND OTHEB
valuables at the Security Loan Bank, 1106
Market st., nr. Mason: private entrance 7 Turk.
/Cheapest AND best IN AMERICA— THE
\J WEEKLY CALL, sent to any address in the
United States or Canada one year forsl 50, post-
STJEHL'S SHORTHAND "aXD BUSIN^ESS
College, 723 Market St.: diploma course $30. >
p REEK, LATIN, MODERN LANGUAGES,"
VT. mathematics, etc. ;■• students prepared for any
examination at reasonable rates. R. 333, rhelan bid.
rriARR'S INST., 659 JIARKT- BOOKKEEPING
X taught in 6 weeks. We pledge ourselves to keep
free for 6 mouths books our graduates fail on.
NGLISH BRANCHES TAUGHT BY MISS
DILLON, 14 McAllister st., room 46.
T7"ERTIOAL AND POINTED HANDWRITING
V taught. C. EISENSCHIMEL, 235 Kearuy.
\f PAMPERIN— PIANO LESSONS; lance
i'l music furnished; terms to suit. 1643 Mission.
H BALD'S BUSINESS COLLEGE. 24 Post
Bookkpg, business practice, shorthand, typing
electrical engineering, telegraphy, modern lan-
guages rapidly taught. Write for'catalogue.
T ILLIAN BKDDAHD, THE ENtiLISIt
XJ tress, conches ladies and gentlemen for "the
dramatic profession: appearances arranged. Shake-
spearean Academy, 406 Van Ness aye. - ' •
S- CHOOL ELECTRICAL, CIVIL, MINING ME-
chanical engineering, surveying, architecture
assay, estab. '64. VAN DER NALLLEN.723 Mlcu -