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AS TOLD OF JENNY LIND.
Years Ago When Americans
Went Wild Over the
Songstress.
HER RECEPTION IN NEW YORK,
Webster. Carried Away by Her Sing
ing, Joins in the Chorus of
" Hail, Columbia."
The tour of Jenny Lind through
America stands out still as the groat
musical event in the life of the nation.
Other songbirds have come and gone;
they have delighted audiences and reaped
rich returns in the way of applause and
money. But none of them have ever
rivaled Jenny Lind in the hearts of the
people as they could not rival her in song.
She was the queen of hearts as well as the
queen of song. More than a generation
has passed since she captured all America
by her singing and her pure, womanly
life, yet none who heard or saw her have
ever forgotten the emotions of that hour.
She was triumphantly above all others the
human nightingale, warbling notes that
rivaled those of her feathered namesake
(says the Star).
She had experienced a wonderful Euro
pean career, such as no other had won, be
fore she was heard on the American shores.
She had sun? before immense audiences in I
every capital of Europe, and before all
of the crowned heads. She had been the
welcome and honored guest of the highest
and best in all the countries of the Conti
nent, and was the idol of the people. Her
fame had leaped the ocean and extended
to America.
An English actor or two had made pro
fessional tours through this country, and
had been " moderately successful, but no
singer of great note had ever crossed the
Atlantic to try her powers on these shores.
She was the pioneer in that line, and al
though she had been followed by other
birds of song, Jenny Lind still stands with
out a rival in this country.
It was a daring venture for Mr. Barnum
to attempt to introduce this new and un
tried feature in entertaining American
audiences, and no one of less daring spirit,
or with less faith in his own powers, would
have undertaken it. He made to her what
was then a fabulous offer for a series of
100 concerts. It must be remembered that
the population of the country was less than
one-half what it is now, an.i its wealth was
not one-tenth as great. Washington was
hardly more than a straggling village, and
Chicago was almost wholly unknown.
There were scarcely a dozen cities where it |
was thought possible that paying audiences
could be obtained. Yet she carried away
with her as her share of the proceeds of the
ninety -rive concerts a very large fortune,
after giving away more than $50,000 to
various charities.
It was in August, 1850, that the wonder
ful singer sailed from Liverpool for New
York. Sunday, September 1. the steamer
reached New York, where every prepara
tion had been made to receive her. Thou
sands of persons crowded the shipping and
piers as the Atlantic steamed up to her j
landing place while other thousands were j
crowded on the wharf. A bower of green i
trees, decorated with flags, and two tri
umpnant arches were arranged upon the
wharf. As she appeared on the deck of the |
steamer, leaning upon the arm of Mr. Bar
num, a great shout of welcome went up
from the thousands who had been stand
ing there for hours waiting to get a glimpse
of her.
Never before had there been such en
thusiasm in New York. The day was for
gotten, and within a few minutes of her
arrival at the hotel not less than 10,000 per
sons had gathered around the entrance.
At midnight she was serenaded by one of
the musisal societies of the city, number- j
ing on the occasion more than 200 singers.
At least 2i>,OUM persons were present. The
musicians had been escorted to the hotel
by 300 uniformed iiremen, bearing torches.
The calls for the songstress were so vehe
ment that Mr. Barnum was compelled to j
lead her out on the balcony, when the J
cheering lasted several minutes.
The enthusiasm continued unabated for
several weeks. She was the idol of society
and her rooms at the hotel were thronged
with visitors, including all those prominent
in church and state, and the carriages of
the leaders of Gotham society were seen in
front of the hotel during all fashionable
hour:-. When her carriage appeared at the
door it was immediately surrounded by an
enthusiastic crowd.
The rirst concert was to take place at
Castle Garden on the evening of September
11. Great preparations had been made for
th;~ Brat appearance. The great parterre
and gallery of Castle Garden were divided
off by imaginary lines into four compart
ments, each of which was designed by
lamps of a peculiar color. The tickets were
pruned in colors corresponding to those of
the lamps, thus designating the position
of the seat of the holder. One hundred
ushers wearing appropriate colors were in
attendance.
When the sineer was led down to the
footlights the entire audience arose and re
ceived her with shouts of applause and the
waving of hats and handkerchiefs and the
casting of bouquets on the stage. It was
by far the largest audience that had ever
greeted her. and the enthusiasm agitated
her at tirst so that it was with difficulty
that she uttered the first notes, but in a
moment she recovered herself, and then
her triumph was complete.
The enthusiasm had been wrought tip to
the highest pitch, but the wonderful mu
sical powers of the singer were far beyond
anything ever before heard, and many
times the singing was lost in a spontane
ous outburst of applause. A voice so rich,
bo full, so clear and so sweetly musical had
not been dreamed of. At the condition
of the concert she was several times called
before the curtain, the applause lasting for
several minutes on each occasion. At last
the audience called for Mr. Banram, who
appeared and announced that the entire
proceeds of the concert would be devoted
to charitable objects. On this announce
ment the audience went wild with its
cheering.
From New York she went to Boston,
Philadelphia, Providence,Baltimore,Wash
ington, and ail the principal cities of the
country, meeting with the same wonderful
success. Wherever she appeared she was
le ted and honored. In this city President
I'illmore called upon her at heir hotel and
entertained her one evening at the White
House. While there all the prominent men
Of the country then in the city, including
Mr. Webster, Mr. Clay, Mr. Crittenden,
General Cass and Colonel Benton called
upon her. Two or three very amusing
things occurred during the two concerts
she gave in this city. Both of the concerts
were attended by the President and his
family and by every member of the Cab
inet.
At the first concert, while the overture
was being played by the orchestra, the
venerable Henry Clay, feeble with age and
increasing inlirmities, entered the door.
A murmur of applause greeted his appear
ance, but it was hushed and the number
completed by the orchestra. On its com
pletion trie "audience broke into a wild
cheer. The leader of the orchestra did not
notice the thin and feeble figure of the j-op
\ilar idol siowly making his way to his
Beat, and took the applause as a tribute to
his orchestra, and began bowing right and
left. He soon discovered that the eyes ol
the people were all turned in one direc
tion, and that was not toward him. About
that time some one shouted out: "Three
cheers for Harry Clay!" and they were
given with a will, as the abashed orchestra
leader sank into his chair.
The next evening several of the members
of the Cabinet were detained by a dinner
given by the Russian Minister, and it was
late before they made their appearance.
Soon after they' had settled in their seats
the second part of the concert was opened
by Jenny Lind singing "Hail Columbia."
At the close of the first verse Mr. Web
ster's enthusiasm and patriotism got the
best of him ami he rose to his feet and
joined his deep, bass voice with the bird
like tones of the nightingale in singing the
chorus.
?\lrs. Webster, who sat immediately be
hind him, tried in vain to get him to sit
down, but "the great piaster of parliament
ary oratory stood like a Greek god and
joined in the chorus to each verse, to the
great delight of both Jenny Lind and the
audience. At the close of the air Mr. Web
ster, hat in hand, made her a bow such as
even Chesterfield could not have surpassed.
The singer in return courtesied to the
floor. The audience broke forth in vocifer
ous applause, when Webster again bowed
to the singer on the stage, who again re
turned it with a deeper courtesy and the
house again applauded. This was repeated
several times.
Her charity was unbounded, and she
! gave away large sums to one charity or
! another. No our from her native Sweden
i called upon her without receiving the most
: friendly welcome. It was told of her that
. while in Boston a poor Swedish girl, a
I domestic in a family living in one of the
: suburbs, calied on her. The divine Jenny
welcomed her and detained her for several
hours, and in the evening took her to the
concert in her own carriage and after the
concert was over sen 1 ; her home in the car
riage.
Ihe desire of all classes to hear her sing
is heart illustrated by a story told of one of
her concerts in Boston. A girl approached
the ticket window, and laying down $3,
ihe price of a ticket, said : "There goes
half a month's earnings, but I am deter
mined to hear Jenny Lind sing." Jenny's
secretary was in the ticket office at the
time, and on going to the room of the
singer told her the incident. She immedi
ately asked him if he would know the girl
again, and on being assured that he would,
gave him a $20 gola coin, and told him to
*eek her out and give it to her with her
compliments.
JEWELL STOLE THE SEOBET.
How a Tanner Profited by a Ministerial
Appointment.
Jewell, like all men brought up to learn
a trade, and who afterward gained promi
nence in affairs, made now and then un
conscious revelations of his early training.
During one of the campaigns in which he
was engaged he found himself at a country
hotel where the table was bounteous, but
the rooms few and small. It was necessary,
in order that the whole party might be
housed, for each bed to be occupied by two
persons. The Governor's roommate was a
young politician, who could not hide his
surprise when the Governor just before re
tiring rolled the sleeves of his nightshirt
even as far up his shoulders, and then
bathed his arms in cold water, says the
Philadelphia Ledger.
"You wonder why I do this," said the
Governor. '"Well, 1 couldn't sleep unless j
I did. When I was a youngster learning
t lie tanner's trade 1 used to have my arms
in the vats all day long, and at night my
skin would smart as though I had been
stung by nettles. I could not bear to have !
any cloth touch them. So I got the habit :
of rolling my shirt sleeves as far as 1 could,
and thus I have slept ever since."
When Jewell was Minister to Russia he!
played a Yankee trick upon the Russians,
the* benefits of which we are reaping even j
to this day in this country. Like every
other American tanner, he had long
wanted to know the secret of the processor
manufacturing Russian leather. He had
experimented with a few dollars himself,
only to learn that the secret was not to be
discovered.
"When at the court of St. Petersburg he
profest-ed great interest in Russian indus
tries and was shown through many of the
manufactories there. By and by there
came an opportunity to fro through a fac
tory where Russian leather was manufac
tured. Jewell was all smiles and courtesies
and seemed profoundly interested in those
things which really did not interest him
and wholly blind to the very things he
went to tnat place to see. But he was not
so blind as they thought. When he came
out of that factory he had discovered, as he
believed, tbe process, and he brought the
discovery back to this country with him. so
that by and by the United States began to
turn out a very good article of leather re
sembling the Russian product.
Told One Too Many.
"It's a wonder to me," said the dear old
lady from the country as she stood waiting
on the crossing, "that them electric-cars
don't run off the track sometimes."
"They do, ma'am." said the small boy
at her elbow, who saw his opportunity.
"Mercy me, child, and how do the peo
ple keepfrom getting run over?"
"They don't, ma'am. When one o' them
car? goes gee-whiz off the tracks there
ain't time for ennybody to get out of the
way."
"La, sakes, child! Let me get up on
them steps. Now you are telling me the
truth?"
'S'hope to die, ma'am I But you ain't
any safer on theni «teps than out in the
street. When they take a notion them
cars can climb any steps in this town.
Hnno-t Injun, ma'am," says the Detroit
Free Press.
The old lady turned and looked at the
boy. She saw a frank face, on the surface
of which a few freckels floated, mild blue
eyes, filled with innocence, and just a
twinkle of mischief. She had seen boys
before and knew the trade-mark. But be
fore she had time to apply her clubbed
umbrella the urchin was gyrating down
the street. He had seen that expression
on a woman's face before.
EEAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
William T. and Mary E. Daniels to Thomas
■ Mootry Jr., lot on SW orner of Hayes arid Gough
streets, W 65 by s HO : $10.
H. S. and Summit B. King to P. Hlrschfeld, lot
on si; corner of Vallejo and Octavia streets, s 25 I
by E 112:6;. 10.
Charles Welch to Catherine G. Welch, lot on N
line of Waller street, 31:3 X of Steiner, B 25 by N
1 72: also lot on W line of Parker avenue, 113 N of
Fulton street, S 25. \V 100. a to land formerly be- j
longing to Samantha A. Wohlke. N 82 deg. 80 mm., |
E to beginning; also lot 10, block A, Spreckels'
subdivisions of blocks A. B and D, Park Hill
Homestead No. 2: also lot 1440. Gift Map 3; gift.
Fran's V. M. ana Margaret M. Savage to savage
Estate Company, lot on SW corner of Oak and
Lyon streets, W 177:1, S 110, W 156, N 110, W
I 30. 8 13 deg. 45 mm., E 164:11, N 77 deg. 7 mm..
— 80:23,4. N 80dez. 9 mln., F. 86:3. 59:2V 2 , E
18t>:6, N 180, and all interest In block 605; $10.
William A. '1.. Francis V. M. and Margaret M.
Savage to same, same; $10.
Ernest and Annie E. Sturse to Carl D. Salfield,
', lot commencing 100 N of Fell street and 103 W
of Masonic avenue, W2sby N 37 ; $10. g
i Leopold Seligman (by I. Steinhart. attorney) to
■ M. A. and Caroline Moldenbatier, lot on NE corner
1 of Fell and Clayton streets, B 31:3 by N 100; $10. !
; Same to William E. Murphy, lot on SE corner of I
; Hayes and Clayton streets, S 60 by E 106:3;
$4525.
I John and Sarah Winter to Michael Tamony, lot
on s\V line of Dore street, 145 SE of .Folsom, SE I
, 25 by sw 85: $10.
1 John McCarthy to Catherine McCarthy, lot on N
line of Willows street, 230 E of Valencia, E 26 by
N ](,'<»: gift.
Mary K. Jordan and Ada S. Westcott to Charles
■ ('. Westenhaven, lot on s line of Twenty-fourth
j street, 105 W of Castro, W 55 by S 114; $10.
Henrietta Belby to Anne and James sullivan,
! lot on BW line of Board man place, 75 SE of Bryant
: street, SI. 25 by SW 76:6; $10.
W. V. and Marie L. Huntlngton to Eugenic E. de
Santa Marina, lot on X line of M street, 77:0 V. of
Sixteenth avenue, E 25 by N 100; SlO.
lx)iiisc A. llowlanci to Ernst H. Ludgwi, lot on
i Nline of 1) street, 80 E of Ninth avenue, E 26:8
i by N 100: #10.
| Minnie M. Pelser to Lemuel Pelser, lot on W line
1 of Tenth avenue, 125 8 of I street, S 25 by w 120:
I gift.
I Solomon and Dora Getz to Georgia Stein, lot on E
i line of Twelfth avenue, 100 NofJ street, N 25 by
120: $10. ■ v
Amos Mecartney to David P. Marshall, lot on W
line of Fifteenth avenue, 134:6 N 0f L street, W 225,'
N\v 145, I-. 21*8:2, s 178:8: $10.
■ D. P. and Emllie B. ■Marshall to Wendell Easton.
lot on E line of .Fifteenth avenue. 181:4 N of L
i" ■. N 189, NE 170:10, SK 216:4, W 19 i; also
lot on w line of Fifteenth avenue, 34:6 N of L
Street, W 225, KW 146, B 232 :2. 8 178 : $10.
Charles and Ix>ulsc Haas to Tubea Adam, lots 47, J
48, block 37, Bunny 10.
Same to same, lot 736, Gift Map 8; $10. ' 7 v
Annie It. Fredrickson to Annie M. Grazer, Caro
line S. Downey, George S. and Henry W. J-'redrick
son, lot on XW corner or Folsom and Norwich
s:ree;s, N 25 by w bo: $10.
Same to George 8. Fredrickson, lot on W line of
Folsom s:ree.t,'_>s N of Norwich, N 25 by W 80;
$10. '- -' ' • :-..-."- v :.-..-
John Rogers to John J. Chambers, lot on NE line
of Palmer street, 245 NW of Chenery, N\V 25, NE
87:6, HE 27.8W 78, b!ock 15, Falrmount; $10.
Kate Cljaigiieau to Lotus ■ M. Chalgnuau, lots 24,
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, TUESDAY, APRIL 23, 1895.
25, block F, Lake View; also lot 24, block 21
Sunnyside: $10.
Peter D. Brady to Annie Michell, lot on E line of
Naples street, 75 N of Brazil avenue. N 50, E 200,
S 125. W 100, H 75, W 100, block 54, Excelsior;
$10
William M. Wade to F. 11. Pavis, lots 8 and 9,
block 292, and lots 25 and 26, block 332, O JNeil
and Haley Tract : $10.
ALAMKDA COUNTY.
Mountain View Cemetery Association to Julia
Aklns, lot 274, in plat 12, Mountain View Ceme
tery, Oakland Township; $12. I™', ,
Andrew and Jane C. Jones to Anna M. hippie
(wife of 11. W.). lot 9, block C, Jones Tract, Brook
lyn Township; $10. , .
Emllie O. Cohen of Alameda to the Alameda,
Oakland and Piedmont Electric Railway Com
pany, a corporation, lot on line of Versailles
avenue, 360.<>55 X from tin- center lire of Central
avenue. N 70.05. E to a point 1096.5 W from West
Hith street, which point is i£U5 8 from South John
son avenue, S 70.38 to beginning, Alameda; $6.
J. A. Cassidy of Eden Township to L. C. Cassidy
of Eden Township, lot 1 and one-haf of lot 2, Knox
Tract, San 1-eandro road, Eden Township; gilt.
Joseph Folcia and Laid i'ezzola to Chariest..
Ingler and Henry T. Atkinson of Oakland, lot on
8 lino of Fourth street, 75 \V of Washington, \V
50 by S 100, lots 13 and 14, block 29, Oakland ;
?1O."
Charles B. Morgan to Eliza W. Morgan, lot on
NW corner of Brush street and Central ave
nue, N 100 by \V 100, being lots 19 to 23, block
131, Oakland; gift. ■ ,' ___
Same to same. \V line of Brush street, 100 -> £
from intersection of N Fourteen! li street, thence w &
25 by NW 63, Oakland : $2000. :
Lucrebia 11. Swain of Oakland to Emma Bwain
of Oakland. 8 corner E Eighteenth street ana
Eighth avenue, BE 150 by S\V 300, being lots 1 to
6, 19 to 24, block 96, Clinton, East Oakland; jrttt.
Emily E. Barstow of Ban Francisco to Philip J.
Grosse" of Alameda, lot on E line of Champion
street, 30.49 8 of School, E 188.87, B 33:4, W
178.73. > T 34.30 to beginning, being portlou of
block B, De Wolf Tract, Brooklyn Township: $10.
H. W. and Harriet W. Meek, G. H. and J.ydia A.
J-AiiKnn of Alameda to Adolph Hauser of Tehatna,
lot on 8 line of B street, 163 E of Fifth, B 200 by il
60, being lot 4. block 46. Peterson Tract, llay
wards, Eden Township; $10. \-
Niels C. and Mam Mikkelson to Alameda Sugar
Company (a corporation), lot on 8E line of County
Road No. 314. SW 2831, 73 distant from St
line. 100-foot richt of way to Central Pacific Rail
road, thence SW 461.45, SW 459.03, NE 714.
to beginning, containing 2.34 acres, being a portion
of Kancho Arroyo de Alameda, Washington Town
shin: $10. L , „
E. B. and Belle Meek of Alameda to Charles E.
Bowman, lot on >" line of Thirty-fourth street, 95:6
E of Magnolia, X 33:6 by N 100. being a portion
of lot 1, block 681, Watts Tract, quitclaim deed,
Oakland: $1.
Builders' Contracts.
Estate of Loritiß Pickering with Aekerson &
Patterson, carpenter work, etc., SE corner of Va
lencia and Sixteenth streets. S 45 by 100; $oti43.
Same with H. Williamson, plumbing, etc., on
same: $1704.
.lames Otirtin with William Plant, to build on
S\V corner of Poiifflass and Twenty-fourth streets,
W2Bby s 86 : $2500.
Mary" Coughrane with James J. Mansean, to
built! on W line of Broderick street, 70 X of Kllis,
'25x100: 11700.
SAN FRANCISCO "CALL."
BUSINESS OFFICE of the H.an Francisco Cai.'l—
710 Market street, open until 19 o'clock every
nicht in the year.
BBANCH OFFICES— 6BO Montßomery street,
corner Clay: open until 9:30 o'clock.
339 Hayes street, open until 9:30 o'clock.
717 Larkin street, open until 9:30 o'clock.
BW. corner Sixteenth and Mission streets, open
until 9 o'clock.
2618 Mission street, open until 9 o'clock.
116 Ninth street, open antll 9:30 o'clock.
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(Ks» CALIFORNIA CHAPTER NO. ft
_£C£7 r. a. M., will meet THIS (TUES- is\
DAY) EVENING. April 23, at 7:30 o'clock. JXjZf
M. M. degree. By order of the H. P. f^ry
FRANKLIN 11. DAY, Secretary.
»^3EP GOLDEN IT. LODGE No. 30, K. ft
iLt^? and A. M.— Called meeting '>'H!- ; ,jsV_
(TUESDAY) EVENING, April 23, at 7:3o^Jzf
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to attend the funeral of our late r*//»w
brother, EUGENE BOUSQCET, WEDNESDAY,
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Market sts. By order of FELI^C CANDAU, N. G.
Joseph Champion', R. S.
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at once.
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opp. Palace Hotel, itesldence, 1620 Fell st. Tele-
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B^-^ rooms 14 and 15, 9th floor, Mills building.
Practices in all State and Federal courts.
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Stomach, liver, kidney and rheumatism success-
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ITUATION WANTED BY A RESPECTABLE
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| U families by the day or take work home. Ad-
! dress Press, box 41 , this ollice.
t?xpebiencel6~nubse wishes a situa-
xj tion; can furnish good reference. . Inquire
MRS. ABRAHAM, 1433 Mission st. V:
S TEA DV GIRL WISHES A SITUATION TO
do light housework or second work. Apply
365 V* Clementina st. .
V ELDERLY PROTESTANT WOMAN, IS
good seamstress, to do npstairs work; good
reference. Address 5.., box 20, Call Office.
(COMPETENT WOMAN, UNDERSTANDS
\J French and German cooking, would like situa-
tion; no objection to country. Apply 1236 Bush
St., near Lurkin. .
HOUSEKEEPER'S POSITION WANTED BY
competent reliable young woman. Call or ad-
dress 958 Market St., room 18.
■\VTILLING WOMAN WANTS PLACE TO DO
»t. housework; terms moderate. Call or address
20 Anthony, off Mission, near Second. .
■yOUNU WOMAN WISH POSITION AS
X housekeeper. • 206 Kearny St., room 19. ; ,
pOMPETENT GIRL WANTS PLACE AS
"J. cook ; willing to assist with housework or wash.
Apply 1509 Geary, near Laguna.
DltKss.M A KING WANTED; A LADY OF EX-
JL/ perience. Address Dressmaker, 23y a Sixth st.
Y>ELLIAISLE GERMAN GIRL WANTS SITUA-
JLI/ tion do general housework and plain cooking;
wagess2o. Cull or address 128V2 Fourth st. ■<
\ r OUNG GERMAN GIRL WISHES SITUA-
X tlon upstairs work. Call 126 Guerrero st.
A7"OUNG swiss , GIRL, LATE from NEW
X York, wishes position as cook private family.
Address Humboldt House, 1309 Stockton st. : •
0 STRONG WOMEN W ANT SITUATIONS TO
*i work by day; will wash blankets, curtains, etc.;
$1 and car fare. 263 Via Clara st. „
WIDOW. A STRANGER, WISHES POSITION
: » » as housekeeper. Call 121 Montgomery St.. rm. 1.
.'.' SITUATIONS TED— Continued.
O^E^jiO^nTI^L^AVA^rT^LAT^ET^N^TAS
•-» housekeeper, 1 to do general housework, Oak-
land or Alameda preferred, and 1 in restaurant to
help in kitchen or to wait at table. Address 1 Board-
man place, room 2 upstairs, bet. Sixth and Seventh
sts. ; no postal cards. : :
p ERMAN WOMAN WITH BOY 13 YEARS
VT old wants to do general housework: is a good
cook; good reference; : city or country;- Swedish
girl to do general housework; is good plain cook,
$20 to $25. lli/ 2 Antonia St., off Jones, rear Ellis.
■W OMAN WANTS PLAIN SEWING; ANY
» » kind gentleman's I mending; clothes cleaned
reasonable. 114 Fourth St., room 16.
A MERICAN COOK WANTS SITUATION in
-i"V. small restaurant or boarding-house or would
work by the day. Call or address M. H., 1238
Bush st.
y GIRL 16 YEARS OLD WOULD LIKE
X nice place to do light housework. Call or ad-
dress 18% Garden St., bet. Sixth and Seventh, for
3 day*.
r\ ERMAN WOMAN AND COOK WANTS SIT-
XX uation in a private boarding-house or lunch-
house. Call or address A. L., box 32, Call Offloe.
ERMAN GIRL, GOOD PLAIN COOK. WANTS
VT situation lor general housework. Call at 781
Mission st.
p ENERAL HOUSEWORK BY A HIGHLY RE-
VT spec-table English woman: good cook; excel-
lent references; salary $25; city preferred. 142y
Fourth st.
OAOa POST ST., ROOM EASTERN WIDOW
— < '— wants position as housekeeper for bachelor
or widower.
\Y OMA N WISHES SITUATION BY THE
»» uaytodo washing, ironing or house cleaning.
Apply 312 Linden aye.
ANTED— SITUATION AS WORKING
' » housekeeper in small family. Call or address
507 Eleventh st., Oakland.
GERMAN GIRL, SPEAKS FRENCH, WISHES
VJT situation as housekeeper. Address E. W., box
14, Call Office.
YOUNG WOMAN WISHES A POSITION AS
X housekeeper in a lodging-house or in a widower's
family. Address L. 11., box 26, Call Ofllce.
yOUNG LADY HAIRDRESSER, KNOWING
X also manicuring, speaking French and English,
wishes a situation as lady's companion or govern-
ess; can give French lessons; or would take few
engagements for hair-dressing daily. LOUISE
REAL I', 8 Sixth St., room 2.
SWEDISH HOME EMPLOYMENT OEFICE
for good, respectable girls. HV2 Antonio St.,
off Jones, near Ellis.
p OOD AMERICAN GIRL WISHES A SITU A-
VT tlon to do second work in a good American
family; no children: good home; country or city.
Address 1118 Leaven worth St.
yOUNG GERMAN GIRL WOULD LIKE SITU-
X atioi. to do general housework and plain cook-
Ing. 1023 Guerrero st. \_
THIRST- CLASS COOK AND LAUNDRESS
X I wishes situation: best city references. Address
or apply 334 Turk st.
y OUNG WIDOW WISHES GENTS' MENDING
-L to do; call from 10:30 to 5:30 only. 150 Fourth
St., room 9.
yOUNG EASTERN LADY Hi: -I RES A POSI-
X tion as housekeeper. Call 967 Mission st.,rm. 9.
I 1 1 RBT-CLA ss 1 1 1» A ER W A NTs aI I
JT more engagements by the day; gives a perfect
fit and satisfaction guaranteed. Address D. M.,
box 15, Call Office.
])I"I ■' I N E I ) WIDOW WOULDLIKE POSITION
-It as housekeeper in the country; economical;
understands making of butter and care of milk.
Address JIHs. E. s., box 951, San Rafael. Cal.
(> CREOLE LADIES WIBH POSITIONS AS
— housekeepers. Call 51/2 Kearny St., room 9.
yOUNG LADY wTsHES~SITUATIbN AS
X waitress or do chamberwork; city or country.
Call or address M. G., 816 Sansome st., rooms 12
and 13, upstairs.
y OUNG LADY WOULD LIKE POSITION AS
X housekeeper. Call 5 Mason st., room 7; second
floor.
EASTERN LADY WOULD LIKE A POSITION
-I as housekeeper. Call 5 Mason St., room 2; first
floor.
SITUATIONS WANTEO-HALE.
AMERICAN HOT KL PASTRY ConK % AND
il baker. French chef, German broiler want en-
gagements: can furnish references from leading
California hotels. Address C. R. HANSEN i CO.,
110 Geary st. Telephone -185.
I WILL PAY $600 FOR SITUATION WITH
$100 month salary: accountant, salesman or j
anything honorable; can give references. Address >
1:., box 18, Call Office. .
mo HOTEL PROPRIETORS. ETC.— WANTED, |
X by advertiser, an engagement as manager of
first-class hotel or restaurant; English, colonial and
Continental experience; Slanguages; late of Lang-
hain Hotel, London. H. MEYER, care CAMARI-
NOS, 619 Sansome st.
AN AND WIFE (FRENCII) WANT SlTUA-
tions; man good coachman and wife first-class
French cook and housekeeper. Address L. 8., 815
Stockton st.
"WANTED— BY- MAN AND WIFE, PLACES
»' together on a ranch; man understands ranch-
ing and care of horses; wife good cook and house-
keeper. Please call at 1142 Howard st., top floor.
"WANTED— SITUATION AS INDOOR BER-
■»» vant or Umur; Knglish reference. Apply
WM. STEWART, Call Office, 1045 Market st. "
MIDDLE-AGED SOBER STEADY MAN
wants a job as watchman in any place of trust;
can give the beat of references. Call or address
G. W. 11.. 1238 Bush st.
ITUATION WANTED BY GARDENER ; CAN
kJ milk, drive, care of horses, garden and do all re-
pairs; is sober and reliable; reference. Address
P. 11., 604 Third St.
y OUNG GERMAN WANTS A SITUATION TO
X take care of horses, etc., or make himself gen-
erally useful around private place. Call or address
FRANK TLATLICK, New Atlantic Hotel, Mont-
gomery aye.
\l ' A POSITION AS HEAD WAITER
j »' orsteward In a hotel or restaurant; 13 years' ex-
! perience 1 reference and security. Address H. V.,
i box 16. Call Office.
jpOACHMAN AND HORSEBREAKER. WITH
\J the highest city and Eastern references, wants
employment: city or country: wages moderate.
Address N. w., box 31, Call Office.
.yOUNO MAN OF GOOD BUSINESS ABILITY
X will give a very good bonus to any one securing
him a good, paying, permanent position; best ref-
erence. Call or address 413 Washington st.
TTOUNG MAN WANTS situation as cook
X on ranch. Address box 69, T. 11.
ITUATION WANTED BY MIDDLE-AGED
O man to make himself useful, city or country;
wages no object. Address s., box 147, this ofllce.
BY si BADY, SOBER, MIDDLE-AGED MAN
who has served several years on police force,
permanent position as janitor, watchman or similar
work: first-class references. Address W. HOLTZ,
616 Folsom st. '
GERMAN PRINTER, 21 YEARS, ARRIVED
from New York, 5 years in business, wants sit-
uation. 11. X., box 29,'Ca1l Branch.
WILL GIVE 30 PER CENT j OF FIRST
"» month's salary to any one who will find a
place for meal engineering or draughting: can run
dynamo. G. W., 51 I a Twenty-lirst st.
GARDENER; THOROUGHLY COMPETENT;
VJT life experience; fruits, flowers, vegetables,
lawns, greenhouse, landscape work: best reference.
Particulars G. M. STRaTTON, 2715 Golden Gate
aye., San Francisco, Cal.
ITUATION WANTED BY COMPETENT
lo man; thoroughly understands care of horses,
carriages and harness; also good gardener; can
milk; handy with tools; best of references. Ad-
dress A. A., "box 49, Cail. ,
y OUNG~WOMAN WISHES A POSITION AS
X housekeeper in a lodging-house or widower's
family. 12 Meson St.. r00m. 16. ■■
■yOUNG WIDOW FROM THE EAST DESIRES
X position as housekeeper for widower; country
preferred. »Call for one week at 155 Ninth st.
V OUNG ENGLISHMAN WOULD LIKE BITU-
X ntinn as butler, couchman, etc.: thoroughly
understands management of horses; first-class
references. Address Y. E., box 18, Call Office.
■\TKAT YOUNG COUPLE; GERMAN DE-
-Li scent: no children; man handy with tools,
horses, buggies, garden: first-class farmer; wife
good housekeeper. M. .W., box S9, Call Ofllce.
MIDDLE-AGED MAN WISHES PLACE TO
work; can milk one or two cows: can drive
and take car* of . horses and work about place;
handy with tools; recommendation from last em-
ployer: low wages expected. Address 8., box 6,
this office.
PRACTICAL MINER AND MINING FORE-
X 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.
yOUNG MAN WISHES SITUATION AS
J. fireman; can run stationary engine: best of city
reference from last employer. Address F. M., box
99, Cull Office. '
WA N T XIK I TRUSTY YOUNG MAN AS
watchman In store, hotel or private house, or
run elevator. Address E.W., 1616 Pine st.
FEMALE HELP WANTED.
TIT" A NTED- WAITRESS, ¥20, ETC.: wait"
» »■ ress, $5 week; woman for chamberwork, some
laundrywork, same place; German laundress, $26,
room, etc.; woman cook. $9 a week. and room;
woman cook, $25 and room: waitress, $15 and ;
room; housegirl for l'oscndero ; girl, 4 In family, slB:
middle-aged woman for housework, $15, etc.; girl
in family of 3, $10 ft month: girl in family of 4,
$15; girl in a small nonrding-house, $10 a month:
5 girln at $15, etc. MARTIN; & CO., 749 Market
st. Telephone main 1849. •
HEAD WAITRESSES . FOR RESORT, $30;
waitress resort, $20; cook small boarding-
house near city, $25; hotel waitress, city, $20; res-
taurant v, a'tross and room, $15; for private family,
I cook, $25; housework girl, $20, $15: German cook,
$25; girls assist, $10 and $12 ; Scandinavian second
girl, §30; German upstairs girl, $20: French second
girl, $20: 1.0 isekeeper, $15, country. C. R. HAN-
SEN & CO., 110 Geary st. ' ',
IV r ANTED FRENCH GIRL FOR V HOUSE-
'» work for American family; $25. C. It. HAN-
SEN a- CO., 110 Geary st. r :
,\\T A NTED-COO K. PLAIN WASH, AMERI-
»» can family. s2s; 3 German and Irish second
girls, $20: French waitress. and parlor maid, $25:
3 German, French an J American nurses. $20; In-
valid nurse, $20: 2 cooks German style, $25 and
$30; dishwasher. $25; : polisher for laundry, and a
great many girls to nil situations in city and coun-
try. J. P. CROSETT A CO, 312 Sutter st.
OMAN TO DO COOKING FOR 6 MEN ON
»» a ranch, $20: 2 women to cook on vineyards,
$16; 3 waitresses, city, and other places. MUR-
RAY & READY, 634 Clay st.
HELP WANTED— Continned.
W ANTED ~IRISh"c6ok7V4O7~ GERMAN
»» cook, $35; waitress and parlormaid, country,
$25: experienced nurse, $25; 2 German girls, Ala-
meda, $20; German nursegirl, $15: German hotel
cook, country, $35; giris for housework, $15 and
$12. LEON AN 315 Stockton st._^_ . :.
\\ T ANTED — AN INFANT'S NURSE $2&,
'" must have references and be willing to go to
New York; 25 housework girls. $25 and $20. Ap-
ply MISS PLUNKETT, 424 Sutter st. '
WANTED— SEVERAL WAITRESSES FOR
country hotels; chambermaid and waitresses,
$20; chambermaid, $20; girls lor housework. R.
T. WARD & CO., 610 Clay st.
p ERMAN SEAMSTRESS, $2o; GERMAN
VT cook, $35; 3 housework girls, Alameda. $20
and $25; laundress, $26; German second girl, $20:
German nurse, $15, one child- housekeeper, $26:
12 housework clrls, city and country, $20 and $25;
6 young girls, assist. $10 to $15. MISS CULLEN,
105 Stockton st.
IP" i:n"ch WAITRESS, $25. apply MISS
'CULLEN, 105 Stockton st.
2 HOUSEWORK GIRLS, PENRYN,SIS, FARE
■-- paid. MISS CULLEN, 105 Stockton st.
GIRL, VACAVILLE, $20, SEE LADY 9 A. M. :
» girl, Sonoma, $20: woman, Newark, $15;
chambermaids: cook, «25: 10 girls, city, $20 to
$-6. MME. LEOPOLD, 957 Market st.
"Vl r ANf E D— PLAIN COOK, BOARDING-
»' house, short distance in the country, $25;
Swedish housagirl, city, $25: cook, $35: German
housegirl, $20: neat nursegirl, $20; 4 house-ills
$15 to «20; second girl, $20. Apply 332 Geary st'
Girls. IF YOU WANT GOOD PLACES, call '
r at MRS. FEXTOX'S, 106V3 Stockton st.
WANTED— NURSEGIRL AND HELP WITH
" apatala work. 1307 Hyde at.
A DVANCED APPRENTICE ON PANTS. 765
£1- Mission st.
GOOD TAILORESSES, GOOD PAY, STEADY'
r work; also apprentices. 223 Montgomery.
T?IRST-CLASS " FINISHER ON PANTS. 407
X Stevenson st.; ask for Masonic.
MILLINERY TRIMMER WANTED. APPLY
MRS. LYNCH, 1003 Market st.
WANTED-OPERATORS AND FINISHERS;
» ' also operators on custom pants. 430 Clemen-
tina st.
V ! ; A T, QUICK GIRL FOR WAITING, ON
-L> table. 1115 Oak st. --
A WAITRESS FOR RESTAURANT.
> V Call 3131 Mission st.
JEWISH GIRL TO" DO COOKING. 522
O Golden Gate aye.
SERVANT FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK;
small family. 1141 Geary st., bet. 12 and 1.
GOOD FINISHER ON PANTS; ALSO AP-
VJ prentice. 864y 3 Howard st.
\\' ANTED— GOOD PANTALOON FINISHERS.
» » 734 Montgomery St., room 1.
yOUNG GIRL TO ASSIST IN LIGHT HOUSE-
X work. 318 Third st.
yOUNG LADY MANDOLIN-PLAYER; must
X be competent arid play by notes. Apply at New
York Kitchen, 733 Market st., bet. 2 and 3 p. M.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK. 2206
Bush St., near Fillmore. _ •
If X PERIENCED OPERATORS ON SHIRTS,
XJ underwear and overalls. 41 East st.
WANTED-GIRL FOR. GENERAL HOUSE-
M work; reference. 1030 Bush st.
"JV"EAT, RELIABLE GIRL; UPSTAIRS WORK
— and mind baby; at once. 23 Baker st.
GOOD TAILORESS; BUTTONHOLE-MAKERS
and tailors wanted. 626 Eddy st.
GOOD WAITRESS AT MONTE CARLO CAFE;
good wages. 240 Sutter st.
OPERATORS AND APPRENTICES ON CUS-
tom pants. 623 ' Post st.
EXPERIENCED WAITRESS. HUMBOLDT
Hotel. Fifteenth st., near Mission.
/ OOD TAILORJfiSS WANTED ON CUSTOM
» I vests. 349 Fourth st.
TAII.oRKSs ON CUSTOM COATS, ALSO IM-
X proven. 765 Mission st.
pHNISHEH AND BUTTONHOLE -MAKERS
X I on custom coats: steady work. 157 Shipley st.
VTEAT GERMAN GIRL FOR OHAMBER-
j-> work and waiting; must understand sewing.
1526 Butter St., bet. 9 and 12 o'clock.
PROFESSOR LIVINGSTON'S DREBSCUT-
X tlngandmaklngschool; all branches. 702Sntter.
1 ADY CANVASSERS FOR JOB PRINTING.
J J 636 Clay St., room 33.
A NTED— GOOD GERMAN GIRL FOR GEN-
M era! housework: sood wages. 933 Haight.
WAXTED- A NEGATIVE RETOUCHER, AT
j M 309 Montgomery aye.
1 TLUMSIIKIts ON READY-MADE CLOTHES.
JC sOS Sansome st., downstairs.
W ANTED- FINISHER ON LADIES' CLOAKS.
¥ * 77 and 78 Donahue building.
OPERATORS, TAILORESSES AND APPREN-
\J tices on custom coats. '_ 609 Kearny St., room 2,
A PPRENTICES TO LEARN DRESSMAKING^
IV. including tailor cutting. MME. GREKN, 236
O'Farrell st.
GERMAN GIRL FOR COOKING, NO WASH-
VJT Ing, $25, call this morning; girl for light up-
stairs work, $12, In family of 2. 705 Polk st.
RST-i LASS FINISH ON COATS, AND
apprentices. 641 Market st.
GARNER'S DRESSCUTTING AND DRESS-
U making school : complete course in dresscut-
ting $10: dresses cut, fitted and stitched for $2 60.
219 Powell st.
pOUNTRY DRESSMAKERS SEND 880 FOR
\J the new full-skirt pattern: girls wanted. Mr-
DOWELL DRESSMAKING ACADEMY, 213
Powell st.
IpiRST-CLASS TAILORESS. 604" SUTTER
r street.
G1 IRIwS WANTED — PATTERNS CUT TO
f order, 25c. at McDowell Academy, 213 Powell.
F~ REE— AT LAWRENCE DRESSCUT-
tinu School. 1231 Market st.
■All HELP WANTED.
WANTED-BELL BOY, $10 A MONTH: SEC-
>» ond cook, restaurant, $10, etc. MARTIN
< « '.. 749 Market St.; telephone main, 1849.
fXTANTED— HOUSE PAINTER FOR CBN-
'» tral America, $0 a day, silver; 2 carpenters for
Central America,. s6 a day. silver; saw filer for
factory: choreman for ranch, $15 and found:
laborers for city, $1 75 a day; 10 woodsmen, $26
and found; 5 laborers for mill and woods, $20 and
found; cook for men, $15, and others; restaurant
cook, $25; 8 laborers, $45; cooper, $30. Apply to
J. F. CROSETT A CO., 628 Sacramento st.
"/• WOODSMEN, $26 AND BOARD; CARPET
U layer, $2 a day: 2 coopers. 7c a piece: baker,
country shop; blacksmith 10 buy half interest;
block makers, piece work: boy for chicken ranch.
R. I. WARD £ Co.. 608 and 610 Clay St.
PORTER AND DO GARDENING FOB A SUM-
X iiu-r resort, $20 to $25; dishwasher for a water
resort, $20. C. R. HANSEN & CO., 110 Geary st.
0 COLORED WAITERS. HOTEL, $25. C. R~
— lIANSFIN A CO., 110 Geary st.
BARBKB-SHOP TO RENT IN A CITY HOTEL:
X) 2 waiters, $20 and $30; 3 cooks, $40 and $30:
2 dishwashers, $15 and $20. MURRAY &
READY, 634 Clay st.
pARRIAGE-PAINTER, CITY; 4 FARMERS;
v' farmer for Nap.i County, $150 per year; 2 boys
for chores on a ranch. MURRAY & READY, 634
Clay st. '
I .-> X< : I NEER FOR A LOGGING CAMP, $40 AND
Jll found; carpenter for city. MURRAY _
READY, 634 Clay st. '
TRONG HOY WANTED IN BLACKSMITH-
shop. 956 Harrison st.
\\r ANTED— MAN TO RENT SMALL STORE.
,TT 22 Third St., near Market.
MATEUR MUSICIANS FOR BRASS BAND
9251/2 Howard, 8 p. M., with instruments.
I" "MUST-CLASS BREAD BAKER AND CON-
X; fectioner: > married man preferred; reference.
Address Baker, box 15, Call.
TJARBER WANTED. 128 V. O'FARRELL_ST.
OY, ABOUT 16, TO LEARN CARRlAGE-
paintine'. 337 Fifth st. •
Tj^RRAND-BOY, $3 PER WEEK. 326 BUSH ST.
AN, WITH $350, TO TRAVEL IN COUN-
try; $75 per month; light work: team fur-
nished. Apply, after 9a. m., at New York stables,
Jessie st., bet. Sixth and Seventh.
MUSICIANS WANTED ; 2 VIOLINS, 1 HARP.
O 621 Montgomery st.
"CURST-CLASS BARKEEPER. 16 STOCKTON
X I street. .-.
W* ANTED— COOK AT 1653 MARKET ST.
HOE SALESMAN; EXPERIENCED: NOT
over 36 years old ; one not afraid of work. Ap-
ply RUSSELL, 704 Market st.
p OOD TAILOR ON COATS. APPLY 627 NA-
VX coma st.
BARBERS' ASSOCIATION OF SAN FRAN-
cisco will meet to-night at A. O.F. building,
102 O'Farrell st., at 8:30; bosses and journeymen
are respectfully Invited to attend. Committee.
BARBERS— A FINE PAYING BUSINESS;
$75 ; for sale. ,1881 Mission st. _
MEN'S HALF-SOLING." 50c: DONE WHILE
you wait. 638. Market, opposite Palace Hotel.
1 R.M i ' I' RE AND 3 CHAIRS OFTBARBER
J: shop complete for sale. 632 Broadway. j
rjIAILORS, ATTENTION-FOR SALK CHEAP;
1 merchant tailor business: account of ill health;
long, established; good location; cheap rent. In-
quire 120 Taylor si.
ANTED-ACTIVE SOLICITOR FOR FIRE
■ lusurance company. Address Assurance, box
?i____L°______ _______ _ _____ - _____ ___
PARBER-SHOP IN SAN JOSE FOR SALE
-D cheap; 2 chairs; cheap rent. Inquire at Cail
Office, 710 Market st.
BARBER .WANTED— YOUNG MAN WITH
six or eight months' experience at the barber
business: call early., 20 Seventh st.
m iKi.i.ii ; 1. Nt BOY TO LEARN TAILOR-
X Ing. Call at once, 441 Bush st. ■
( 10AT-MA — STEADY -.< WORK, GOOD
VIA wages. 541 Market st. V ■'/. '
SEAMEN FOR EUROPE AND HONOLULU;
all principal ports. ■ : 103 Montgomery aye. ? -
WANTED — STEADY MAN IN LIGHT,
', pleasant business; former experience not nec-
essary: will clear to each from $60 to $80 per
month; cash required,' «160. STRAND, 45 Third st.
- -
-I -,; u HELP WANTED— Continued. -----
T IVE -MEN,: CrTY OB COTJX~fRY^ TO
XJ handle summer specialty: pays $3 50 per day.
Call or address C. P. Co., 328 Seventh st.
<Bi9AA GOOD MAN FOR WELL- PAYING
<jp._iUV. saloon ; at once. LUNDIN& WEHNER,
539 California st.
C^C MISSION-FEW MORE SUNNY FUR-
f> I< I nished rooms for men: $1 a week up.
WITH $1 YOU CAN START IN BUSINESS
m and earn from $2 per day and upward. 516
Fourth St.. room 15, from 3 to 6 p m.
\\T ANTED— MEN WHO DO NOT RECEIVE
>f their wages to place accounts with us: law and
commercial collection; no charge unless successful.
KNOX COLLECTION AGENCY, 110 Suiter st.
TAILORS AND CUTTERS TO ATTEND THE '
1 San Francisco Cutting School. 523 Market St.,
room 16. , ' ■ •
My. '9 SHOES y 3 -SOLED, 40c; HEELS, 25c;
done in 16 minutes. C 35 Kearny st.. basement.
BARBERS, FOR EMPLOYMENT CALL isc"
Barbers' Ass., 12 Seventh. H. SCHEUNERT.
TtTrEE BEER: BEST IN CITY ; 2 SCHOONERS
£ for 6 cents at 228 Pacific st. . .
HAVING, WITH BAY RUM, 1 0c ; HAIR CUT-
kS ting 15c: a towel for every customer: 8 chairs;
no waiting. JOE'S, 32 Third street.
OHOEB HALF-SOLED IK 10 MINUTES;
O done while you wait; at less than half the usual
price- all repairing done at half price; work guaran-
teed. 564 Mission St.. bet. First and Second
IRST^CLASS LADY TAILORS. 604 SUTTER
J street.
EMOVED "FROM 706 TO 726y a , OPP. HOW-
XV. ard-st. Theater; misfit shoes nought or ex-
changed: beat place in the city for new and second-
hand shoes.
C.A MEN FOR A LONG JENNY LIND CAKE
O\J and cup good coffee for 5 cents. 44 Fourth st.
"W ANTED-MEN TO get BOTTLE SHARP
» 1 steam beer. sc: bottle wine, 6c. 609 Clay st.
£ AA PAIRS OF GOOD SHOES, 25c TO 1. 564
OUU Mission st.; also 6311/2 Sacramento st.
AXE THE DEAD — WENZEL'S ALARM
clock; no electricity. 607 Montgomery jst.
THREE COFFEE AND R~OLL». 704 BANSO M ;
X 1 single rooms, 15c, 20c, $1 week with breakfast.
T INDELL HOUSE, 6TH AND HOWARD—
-Li single furnished rooms, 76c week, 15c night. .
1 A A MEN TO TAKE LODGING AT 10c, 150
X\J\J and 20c a night, including coffee and rolls.
624 Washington st., near Kearny.
DOT ELLIS .ROSEDALE— PRICES REDUCED;
O— l single furnished rooms, $1 week; 20c night.
BY ACME HOUSE, 957 MARKET ST., BE-
low Sixth, fora room; 25c night; $1 week.
EST IN SINGLE BOOMS, 15. 20 AND I
25 cents per night; SI, $1 25, $1 50 per week.
Pacific House, Commercial and Leldesdorff sts.
TV" ANTED— LABORERS AND MECHANICS
" to know that Ed Rolkin, Reno House propri-
etor, has opened Soto House, 32 Fourth st.: 100
rooms; 25c to $1 per night; $1 25 to $1 per week.
\\r ANTED— SINGLE ROOMS, loc A DAY; $1 |
t T week: rooms for two, 25c a day, $1 50 a week; i
rr;niin_ room- dally papers. SU Clay st.
AGENTS WANTED.
vTcx~to~kac i?~aglbxt
«3P — \J\J who sells in three months 200 copies of I
"Talks to Children about Jesus." Greatest selling j
book published. Outfit 35 cts. Freight paid and
credit given. R. H. WOODWARD & CO., Balti-
more. Md.
WANTED— 6 FIRST-CLASS CANVASSERS
tt to introduce best atlas up to date. ■ Call 9 to 12
a. _„ ANDREWS, 7 City Hall aye.
GENTS TO SELL DAISY LANTERN; SAM-
ple by mail 26 cents: sells at first sight: active :
agents make $5 a day. KENNEDY'S NOVELTY !
AGENCY .Oakland. Cal. j
ROOMS WANTED.
COUPLE WITH "s'ma^iTl b ; a b y^esirtT tTo
rent two rooms furnished complete for house-
keeping; rent not over $12 or $13. Address W. J.
CLARK, 706 Mission st.
WANTED— FROM. OWNER ROOM FOR
tT storage of {light articles. Address Gentleman,
box 121, Call I iflice.
I"? PRNISHED BOOM IN EXCHANGE FOB !
' piano. HEINE. 40 O'Karrell st. ;
children boarded.
T>ESPE< TABLE LADY' WOULD LIKECHIL- I
XV dren to board; a good home guaranteed: room ]
for parents if desired: terms reasonable. 4i
Vernon place (Rineon Hill); entrance at 25 Haw-
thorne st.
p ERMAN LADY WISHES 2 OR 3 CHILDREN
vT to board: motherly care. 1334 Turk st. ,
MONEY WANTED.
TO" ANTED— fI6OO ON EXCELLENT REAL
tt estate security near San Francisco; the im-
provements insured for the amount of loan, pay-
I able to mortgagee; 1 1 per cent will be paid for one
year; no expense for examination of property. Ap-
ply JOHN L. HICHTER. 513 Market st.
WANTED— MISCELLANEO US.
TSJOYCLE OR TYPEWRITER IX EXCHANGE
X) for nicely furnished room. 737^ Howard st.
\\T ANTED — SECOND-HAND CASH BEGIS-
* * ter: state price. 639 Broadway. „_J t , y. ,_..„.
ANTED TO BUY— AN ENG LISH FOX TEB-
>V rier dog. Address JAMES CORTl.Midford, Or.
KLEIN, 109 SIXTH ST., PAYS GOOD PRICES
for clothing, books and jewelry. ■
LOST.
C^S^Al^lLrsTA^LXDij^G^l^W^TCH^
Handen, maker; ribbon fob-locket with mono-
gram "J. S. ;" suitable reward. Call Office.
IpOX-TERRIER SLUT ABOUT 3 YEARS OLD:
' brown spot on face; reward. 1017 Market st.
OST— SUNDAY NIGHT BEFORE 13 O'CLOCK
J in the Howard-st. cars from Tenth to Twenty-
first, up Twenty-first to Harrison, a gentleman's
cape. Please return to 2417 Harrison st. and re-
ceive reward.
LOST— GOLD WATCH, CHARM AND
chain attached; name engraved on watch; lost
on San Leandro electric car to Oakland mole, 5 to
7 o'clock/ Liberal reward if returned to 469 Minna.
LOST— BLUE ROAN COW, ON CITY FRONT,
Wednesday morning. Return 233 Eighteenth
St.; reward.
OST — SUNDAY, IN HAY WARDS PARK
lady's gold watch. Return to office 123 Kearny
St.; liberal reward.
'■¥ OST— ACCORDION, NEW MONTGOMERY,
XJ near Howard; reward. 3 Hunt st.
-r OST— SMALL BROWN HORSE; STAR ON
J-i forehead and car split. Return J. MARQUE,
Edinburgh st., near Five-mile House.
I OST— BRINDLE~GREYHOUND. RETURN j
j to 311 Fourth st.: reward. ;
MONEY TO LOAN.
I ' OWEST BATES ON CITY, COUNTBY AND
J collateral securities. TRAVERSE, 313 Mont-
gomery st. .
NY SUM (CITY)— DIAMONDS, ESTATES,
furniture, realty. SPECK'S, 30 Montgomery. I
MONEY LOANED ON JEWELRY AND MA-
monds. Mills' building, fifth floor, room 6.
A DVANCES MADE ON HOUSEHOLD FUR-
.ix niture without removal, warehouse receipts
and other securities; lowest interest. Room 68,
Donohoe building, cor. Market and Taylor.
(Si QA A A A~( \ AT 6 PER CENT ON CITY AND
tJpOv/U.l/U" » Oakland first-class business prop-
erty. A. SCHULLER, 608 Montgomery st. '
ON ANY SECURITY. AT LOW RATES; DEAL-
ing confidential. 43 Crocker building.
!"I ST AND 2D MORTGAGES, ESTATES,
Xpianos. alimony sum. MURPHY, 62B Market.
MUNICIPAL LOAN OFFICE, CROCKER
building, room 57; telephone Main 5122.
AN SUM OF MONEY ADVANCED ON
your furniture, pianos or real estate; low rates; !
call and state your proposition or write: open !
evenings. J. NOONAN. 1021 Mission st.
MONEY LOAN ED OX .1 W ELR V AND OTHER
valuables at the Security Loan Bank, 1106 ;
Market St.. nr. Mason: private entrance 7 Turk.
————___ . ______
dentists.
A~^y~^to7)t^K^ilTe F""6r^l^xtracted
painlessly by my secret method without dan-
gerous cocaine or gas: won 8 first prizes; prices !
sonable; work warranted; all operations expertly F
done; remember I have removed from 6 to 20
O'Farrell st. DR. GEORGE W. LEEK.
r|B. C. E. ~ BLAKE'S INDESTRUCTIBLE
teeth-LATEST INVENTION— Especially for
bridge work: positively guaranteed never to break-
any patient once seeing them will a unit this is the
tooth most wanted; olso DR. BLAKE'S enameled
platinum crowns: no display of gold.
THE HIGHEST ART IN DENTISTRY
Prices moderate. Olnce 405 Sutler, nr. Stockton.
DR. J. J. LEEK, 1 FIFTH-OPEN EVENINGS,
and Sunday until noon.
A T CHALFANTS'S,BMASON,COR. MARKET,
-n. sets of teeth are made to please or no charge • !
on bridges, crowns and «old plates prices reduced ;
small gold fillings only $2; painless extraction.
GROOME DENTAL ASSOCIATION, 759 MAIC
\J kct, bet. 3d and 4tn, gas specialists; only reli-
able agent for paimess extraction; artificial teeth
inn $6; hlnngs fromsi; extracting 50c, with gasSl.
DR. REA. 9 SIXTH ST.: ALL DENTAL WORK '.
at lowest prices and warranted ; open evenings
<Ji«'7 A SET FOR TEETH: : WARRANTED AS
UP I good as can be made; filling $1. DR. SIMMS, j
dentist, 930 Market st., next Baldwin Theater.
A LL WORK REASONABLE AND WARRANT-
J^Ved. DR. J.W. KEY. 1122 Market st.
DR. H. G. YOUNG. BRIDGES AND TEETH
without plates a specialty. 1841 Pol, St.
DR. LUDLUM HILL, 1443 MARKET ST..
near Eleventh; no charge for extracting when
plates are made; old plates made over like new;
teeth from $8 per set; extracting 50c; gas gt_____-
pOLTON DENTAL ASSOCIATION. 806 MAR-
V^ ket st. DR. CHARLES ■W. DECKER. -
TO LEASE.
ThS7?ROV*E~s"tREET THEATER TO LEASE
X Apply MADISON _■ BURKS. Market st. _
To LEASE FOR A TERM OF YEARS-NEW
X brick building; "30x160: 5 floors and basement;
761 Mission s:., through to Jessie: 100 feet east of
Fourth. Address J. W.. box 104. th '_°y e - '
TZ * ' " vTnancial. ._..'_. _,v ±
LOW RATES; CITY, COUNTRY ; COLLAT-
eraI securities. TRAVERSE, 313 Montg'y.
PERSONALS. ;
TNSFT^HrTETINFORMATION WANTED:
A'if alive may hear of something greatly to his
advantage, or his heirs may if he is dead. Address
E. H. O'HARA, 469 Seventh St., San Jose, Cal.
. SOMETHING GOOD FOR JAMES SMITH.
JAMES SMITH will learn of a snug inheritance J
awaiting him by communicating with theunder-
?i_ne< The JAMES SMITH wanted was the eld-
est child of ALEX A X DEB SMITH, who was lost,
with his wife, his sister and four Of his six children,
at the burning of the st<;am6hlp Golden Gae on
the Mexican coast, July 27, 1862. JAMES SMITH
was born in Glasgow. Scotland, and was a ware-
house clerk in San Francisco 111 1862. He Is. if
living, about 63 years o!d. In 1875 James smith
i was In the eastern part of Nevada, probably [ ioche
and wrote to his friends in. California, to try and
get him a clerkship in the Legislature. Address
OSCAR T. SHUCK, attorney for absent heirs of
ALEXANDER SMITH, deceased, 509 Kearny St.,
San Francisco. Cal. __ ; :
RHEUMATISM '"CURED; NEW AND WON- ;
Xt derful discovery. E. 1.. JOEL, 121 BtoclrtO-. :
C"^ ALL TO-DAY IF YOU WISH DANCING
lessons. RUFUS LOVE, 121 Powell st.
"RAG CARPETS WOVE TO ORDER FOR SALE;
XV also chenille-wove rugs, silk-rag portieres;
dealer In carpet twine in hank or chain at lowest
rates. GEO. MATTHEW, 709 Fifth, Oakland, Cal.
OECOND-HANITaS WELL AS NEW BARS,
0 showcases, counters, shelvings. mirrors, desks,
safes, chairs, scales, etc., and a very tar; 6 stock of
I them, too; be sure and see stock and get prices be-
I fore Boini; elsewhere. J. NOONAN, 1017-1019-
-| 1021-1023 Mission st., above Sixth.
HAIR-PRESSING. 25c- ANY STYLE: PlO-
neer hair-store. BERTHA SPITZ. 11l Stock-
ton; estapllshed 1869; strictly one price, 25c only.
MY" WIFE, SYDNEY HARPER.. HAVING
left my bed and board, I am no longer re-
sponsible for any debts contracted by her.
WILLIAM L. HARPER.
San Francisco, April 20, 1895.
■you no MAN, INTELLIGENT, sober,
X bright and ambitious, starting in business,
would like to meet lady of some means; view to
matrimony; communications strictly confidential.
Address A. 8., box 14, Call Office.
OB INFORMATION FOR PASSAGE AND
freight to the new gold diggings in Cooks Inlet,
Alaska, apply to C. D. LAPP, 9 Third st.
p ENUINE VAPOR ELECTRIC BATHS; LA-
VT dies and gentlemen; $1. 110y 2 Stockton, rm. 2.
T ABIES' AND GENTS' SECOND-HAND
clothing bought and sold. MRS. GARRETT, .
313 Third St.; send postal. ■
TiANCING IN ALL THE LATEST BRANCHES __
U taught at IRVINE'S, 927 Mission st.
md WHOM IT MAY CONCEBN— THE SALOON
X and lodging-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 PARRINKLLO. late Of Lima, Peru. All out-
standing accounts should be presented within eight
days. LOIS PARRINELLO.
April 18, 1895. -
ET RELIABLE DETECTIVE, BEST OP
reference; save time, money and anxiety. Ad-
] dress H. H., box 82. Call Office.
Book ON RHEUMATISM, GOUT AND LUM-
biigo sent free to those sending their address
to E. M. CHESSMAN Manufacturing Co., Pitts-
burgh, Pa.
TTIGHEST PRICE PAID LADIES' OR GENTS'
XX cast-off clothing. Send postal, .1. F.. 15 Russ st.
DVICEFBEE; DIVORCE LAWS A SPECIAL-
ty ; collections, damages, wills, dsecls, etc. G. W.
HOWE, Att'y-at-la-.v, 850 Market., cor. Stockton.
ONE MORE CUT—
\J Oak Roll Top Desks $14 to $35
Oak Chiffoniers From $10 up
Oak Bed Sets $17 50 up
Oilcloths and Linoleums . . ' 30c up
Stoves and Ranges .$3 up
Thousands of bargains. We keep everything.
Cash or time pay men's. J. NOONAN,
1017-1019-1021-1023 Mission St., above Six!
AN HAVE DRESSES CUT AND FITTED
for $3: dresses popular prices or engagements
by the day ; patterns to measure. 11 Geary.
HEADQUARTERS LONG DISTANCE tele-
XX phones. cheap: send for prices. Klein Electric
WorKs, 720 Montgomery st., San Francisco, Cal.
pALLATFONZO'SCAFE FOB FIRST-CLASS
i \J refreshments; furnished rooms by the day or
week. 2067 Center St.. Berkeley station, Berkeley.
DR. C. H. SPENCER HAS DISCOVERED
how to grow new hair and save what you have;
I a large class under treatment. Send address for
] book explaining treatment, 1206 Market. Also
lady partner wanted with $350 to open up a ladies'
! department.
HAUPTLI, LADIES' AIR DRESSER. HAS ?
• removed to 1156 Market st., next to the Maze. )
UEET PLACE FOB LADIES TO TRADE IN - '
W stocks and grain; large money made on small
investment. WHEELOCK A CO., 318 Pine St., R 3.
p~ANCER AND TUMORS CURED; ELECTRIC
\J and magnetic treatments to women and chil-
dren for chronic and nervous diseases; reduced
priy to the poor. MRS. LEE, 327 Ellis st.
'WALTZ GUARANTEED; PRIVATE OR IN
>> class. PROF. FOSTER'S dancing-school, 997
Market st.
ffIHE NEW louvre DINING-PARLORSjAT
X 8-14 O'Farrell st. are the talk of the town.
INK SUITS, $16: DRESS PANTS, $4 75.
Misfit Clothing Parlors, ii Geary st. ■
TSLOAKSrCAPES AND SUITS .RETAILED AT
KJ mfra' cost. Tactory, 20 Sansomp c.. upstair*.
pHARLEY— CURE YOUR DANDRUFF, if
\J looks bad and leads to a diseased scalp; one
bottle of Smith's dandruff Pomade is guaranteed
to cure or money refunded; price $1, at all drug-
stores. SMITH BROS., manufacturers, Fresno, !aL
jr INETOSCOPES FOR SALE; ■ PH OX OO BAPH
XV outfits bought for cash. Bacigalupi, 946 Mkt,
VISITING-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 1166 Mission St., nr. Eighth.
GAS FIXTURES and plumbing. 623*
Golden Gate aye. H. HUFSCHMIDT.
LD GOLD, SILVER, GENTS' AND LADIES'
clothing bought. COLMAN, 41 Third st.
"lITINDOW SHADES MANUFACTURED TO
TT order hv WILLIAM McPHUN. 1195 Market.
MEDICAL.
\LL CASES ~6f ir~re7vullarities~~re^
-t-\- stored in one day; safe and sure relief guaran-
teed; tumors and oVabiax diseases cured by
medical electricity; home in confinement: reg- v
alar physician of long and successful practice; i
travelers helped without delay: ladies suffering
from any complaint call and consult free; French, ■
pills, guaranteed. MRS. DR. WYETH, Sanitarium,
916 Post st., bet. Hyde and Lark— I.
RS. DR. WEGENER, PRIVATE HOME FOR
all female diseases ; separate rooms for ladies
before and during confinement : have enlarged and
arranged my home to suit rich and poor; irregulari-
ties cured in a day; guaranteed; no instruments;
regular physician of long find successful practice;
travelers attended ; no delay; ail business strictly
I confidential; babies adopted. 419 Eddy st.
A SURE SAFE CURE FOB ALL FEMALE
disease: a home in confinement with best
care; with the privacy of a home and conveniences
of a hospital; consultation free and confidential; a
positive cure for liquor, morphine and tobacco
habit; every case guaranteed without Injury to
health. MRS. DR. GWYER, 311% Hyde st.
ANEW PROCESS— NO MEDICINE, INSTRU-
■£*- ments or worthless pills used : every woman
her own physician for all female troubles; no mat-
ter from what cause: restores always in one day;
if you want to be treated safe and sure call on men's
physician ; knowledge can be sent and used at home •
all cases guaranteed. DR. POPPER, 318 Kearny st.
"POSITIVE, GUABANTEED CUBE FOR IR-
X regularities; Used for years in private practice
with invariable success even in most aggravated
cases: easy to take: perfectly natural in action;
no pain, exposure or danger: cures in two days:
sent securely sealed on receipt of $3 or C. O. 1).:
I strictly confidential. Address DR. J. MILTON
| BERGETOLE, P. O. box 2223, 8. F.
T ADIES~f32irGEARY: PUS. JANNEY IN-
-1 Xj stttiue open for reception of women before and
! during confinement; skill only; advice free; all
' subjects of private or delicate nature confidential.
I ADIES CONSULT FREE MRS. DR. SCOTT, -
-l-i 110% Turk at., for irregularities.no matter^
what cause; home In confinement: also disease of
the eye treated.
DAIDET'S APHRO TABLETS— THE GREAT \
modern remedy for the cure of neurasthenia, '
impotency and all disorders of the sexual organs;
$1 a box, 6 boxes $5; send for circular. J. H.
I WIDBER, cor. Market and Third, sole agent.
I HALL.I4MCA LLISTER. SECOND FLOOR,
D next Hibernla Bank; diseases of women.
-If KB. BORLE. SPIRITUAL MAGNETIC
i»l healer: hours 9to 12, Ito 5. 9 Mason s*..
ATICB rr.fvTfE~llbME IX CONFINEMENT
1\ at the most reasonable price in the city. MRS.
M. l'KKll'l midwife, 2014 Folsom st.
X,-»EMAI.K PILLS from ~fa3ious~persian
_T prescription: quick: positively harmless: price,
$2 50. OCXS CO., specialists, 1423 Market st.
4 l.i. LADIES CONSULT FREE MRS. DR.
j _Tl DA VIES, 14 McAllister at., near Market;
i lends all competitors; only qualified, trusty spe-
cialist for safe, quick relief of irregularities, no
! matter what car.se: trwitment scientific, harmless
; and painless: never fails; home In confinement.
| X IRREGULAR OB ANY FEMALE DISEASE
X see Mrs. Dr. Puetz and be content. 254 1- 4th.
RS. GOODWIN j SPECiAI7TY"bISEASER"OK
women; ladles near or far assured quick relief
I of disease; irregularities restored dally; safe curs
guaranted; no instruments: home for patients-
best medical attendance; low fees; free; Drs Scud-
der's pills and capsules warranted. 1370 M p.rket sU
* LPEAU'S FRENCH PILLS. I
. __ A boon to ladies troubled with irregularities-
! no danger; safe and sure; $2 50, express C. O D*
don't delay until too late. OSGOOD BROS., Oak-
land^Cal., agents for Alpeau c; Oil .
DR. AND MRS. DR. SCHMIDT, FORMERLY
of 121iy<} Mission, now 1608 Market st. : month-
y irregularities cured in a few hours; guaranteed*
no instruments used : sure preventive.
A WEEK'S NEWS FOR 5 ( i;x:s ".- THE _l' I
- V WEEKL\_CA_LL. In wrapper, for mailing. -* 1 *
XYrEWKITEItS AND SUPPLIES.
F~~OR teST^VALUIS QET A CALIGBAPhTpT
X I lasts longest and does best work. N\YLOR,
agent, 19 Montgomery st.; rents; repairs; Hlmeo- ,>
graphs: supplies. l , .
lIZIZZ~I3!HZsHHS^E£_i_[_Zr
p"NEUMA^KS^Tc^cTiTFOfrD^K7BTE-BAn"-
X rel shotgun. 5423 Sixteenth. •

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