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TEN THOUSAND AT STAKE
Counsel for the Montgomery
Estate Argue for a Fee
of $50,000.
SPECIAL LABORS THE PLEA.
The Administratrix Says That the
Amount Asked For Is $10,000
Too Much.
An interesting conference between Pro
bate J udpe Coffey and the attorneys and
others interested in the Montgomery estate
took place yesterday over the amount to
be awarded for executor's commission and
counsels' fees. The estate which was re
cently settled after an administration last
ins: since November, 1893, is valued at about
$2,400,000. The counsel fee demanded is
$50,000.
Those represented at the conference, be
side the court, were: Executors W. F.
Goad and A. W. Foster; Attorneys Platt &
Baynes and Rodgers & Paterson for the
executors and Russell Wilson of Wilson &
Wilson for the administratrix.
Upon the statement of the demand of
$50,C00 for counsel fees Executor Goad ex
;pressed himself as entirely satisfied with
the labors of counsel, which had been en
hanced by exceptional circumstances. He
estimated the commission of the executors
at about $40,000.
The two iirms of attorneys, which the
lari.c' interests involved had made it neces
sary io employ, presented statements of
'. services, to one" of which was appended the
note :
• The above statement gives but a taint idea of
■ the services performed in connection with the
■estate. Practically the entire time of Mr.
Bayne since the probate of the will has been
consumed in the performance of legal services
in connection with s;iid estate, and about half
the lime of Mr. Platt has been taken up in the
same matter. The latter has made a number
ol trips to Fresno. Madera, Martinez, Oakland
anil Ban Diego in attending upon suits con
nected with said estate. Mr. Bayne has made a
t n 1> to San Jus-e to attend a trial of a similar
•suit in said city. The estate consisted largely,
Xt the dentil of Mr. Montgomery, of promissory
notes secured by mortgages upon lands in
'many counties of the State. There were a
number of suits pending upon similar causes
of action at the time of the death of Mr. Mont
.'gomery. The result of such a condition of the
: es!a!f> ' has bren that very perplexing legal
.i.ns have been of daily occurrence, many
of them involving points of law by no means
settled either by statute or decisions. The at
torneys of the estate have therefore been com
pel led to spend hours and days in lons con
sultations imong themselves, in almost i:i
uumerable consultations with the executors
and with de'utors of the estate and in the ex
amination of lengthy abstracts of property in
the several counties where mortgaged property
was situated.
The written statements of counsel were
supported by oral statements to the same
effect, which" were attentively listened to
by the court. Finally Judge Coffey turned
to the attorney for the widow and ad
ministratrix :
What do you think, Mr. Wilson, as to this
plea for $50,000?
I am a little embarrassed, your Honor. We
are willing to allow £40,000, although I do not
wish in any v.ay to inke exception to the very
satisfactory work done by the attorneys of the
estate.
The court— l am a little embarrassed, too.
The fee asked appears in excess of that
granted for attorneys' work in other estates of
magnitude. For instance, in the Charles
Crocker estate, valued at 142,474, the fees
allowed were $16,000; in the Nicholas Luning
estate, value $7,245,083, the feea were $7500;
Fair estate, $5,096,646, fet-s $'20,000; Charles
McLaughlin estme, $2,518,015, lees $35,500;
Daniel I. Murphy, $'2,041,670, fees $13,204;
Maria T. Coleman. $2,022,856, fees $i»250:
James P. Treadwell, $1,058,382, fees $8500;
Horace Hawes —
Here his Honor stopped to draw breath,
and Attorney Wilson intimated, in miti
gation, that his firm had received a $51,000
fee from the estate of Kate McLaughlin,
valued at over $5,000,000.
•'Then there was the estate of William
Irvine," continued the court, "in which a
$00.000 fee was allowed. That was a com
plicated estate very much like t.iis one.
"Of course," meditated his Honor
slowly, "this is a peculiar case." Continu
ing he said :
The administration of no one estate is ever
exactly like another. But there have been re
lieving circumstances. For instance, there has
not been so much beating of drums before a
jury as in others and many concessions have
been maae by the administratrix to facilitate
distribution. And yet. even so, the adminis
tratrix says she is willing to allow a fee of
$40,000.
We will let the matter stand over until to
morrow, gentlemen.
WHOLESALE INITIATIONS.
New Members Taken Into the Franco-
Americaine Lodge of I. O. O. F.
Sixty-six Franco-Americans were in
itiated in a body last evening into Franco-
Americane Lodge No. 207, I. 0. 0. F. The
cause of this remarkable increase in the
lodge's membership dates back to last
year. Formerly they all belonged to Bav
aTd Lodge No. 53, Knights of Pythias. In
the latter part of la«t year Stanton N.
Carter, supremo representative to the
Suprem e Lodge, introduced a resolution,
which he defended and caused to be
f>assed, making it compulsory for all the
odge business to be transacted in the
English language. The French lodge was
highly indignant at this measure and in
time withdrew from the order and formed
an independent order of Knights. All of
the regalia and other paraphenalia was
turned over to the Supreme Lodge to
gether with the charter. As it proved ex
pensive and unprofitable to carry the
burdens of an independent lodge and as
many of the members lost interest and
left the lodge, it was deemed advisable to
join the Franco-Amerieaine Lodge, one of
the largest French speaking fraternal or
ganizations in the City. One of the for
mer Knights said last evening:
When om Pythian lodge was organized a spe
cial privilege was granted permitting us to
transact our business in the French language.
We considered to deprive us 01 a privilege
which was one of the main features ot our or
ganization was a direct instiH, At least that is
the way most of our people regarded it. If the
privilege had not been granted to us in the
stHrt we would not have taken it so much to
heart. Finding that the members of the inde
pendent order were gradually drifting into the
French lodge of Odd Fellows, we decided to
break up our organization, and come here in a
body, and now we are going in to ride the goat.
* This addition from the disorganized
order has increased tha Franco-Amerieaine
Lodge to about 270 members.
Fredericks to Be Sentenced.
William Fredericks, the murderer of Cashier
Herrick. will be resen fenced by Judge Murphy
on Wednesday, the 15th inst.
EEAL ESTATE TEANSACTIONS.
John and Ada M. Hlnkel to Bertha Van Vllet,
lot on XE corii'T of Sacramento and Devisadero
streets, X BS:BV4 by X 81:8: (10.
Catherine Erzgraber to John H. Loeher, lot on S
line of Sacramento street, 110 Eof Baker, E 27:6
by S 132:7: $10.
"M.. an I Nannie Marsteller to Edward C. Harri
son, loi on s line of Clay street, 87:6 E of Walnut,
ES6 by s 102:81/4; $10.
Crocker Estate Company to Henry W. Copp, lot
on X line of Beulnh street, 181 :3 E of Stanyan, E
25 by X 187:6: $1470.
Same to Wil.iam Hatteroth. lot on N line of Beu
lah street, 110 E of Shrader. E 50 by X 100; $3250.
George and Emma Sttihlfauth to Charles a.
CM on E 1 i n «_• of Stevenson street, 135 N of
Eighteenth, N 25 by E 80: $10.
Herman and Mary A. Vanclerwater to J. J. and
Catherine Xoonan, .6t on E line of Bryant avenue,
210 8 of Twenty-flrsi street. S 25 by E 100: $10.
Pacific Improvement Coiri.nany to Adah B.
Holmes, lot on N line of Clipper street. 139 W of
Castro, W 101, N 228, E 80, S 114, E 21, S 114;
Roger and Theresa McGilliftn (nee McPhlllamai
to Michael Dillon, lot on SVVcornerof Diamond and
Eighteenth sireets. S To by W 125: $10.
Miehiiel Dillon to Theresa and Roger McGillian,
same- $10.
Julius and Conrad Trost to Maria M. Junker, lot
on s Hup of Broadway. 232:6 W of Stockton,
W 21 :t> by S 137 :'j ; $2500.
Samuel and Amelia Ostroski and Isaac t . Lin
coin to Hannah Rosenthal, Amelia Lincoln, Rose
Oser, Fannie Bernhard and Julia Abrahams, lot on
>' \V corner of Eddy and Glasgow streets, W25 by
X 65:6: $10.
Francis Williams (a single man) to Claus Spreck
els, lot on S line of Eddy street. 137:6 E of Mason,
E 6H :9 by 8 137:6; all Interest In fractional 50-vara
lot 960: $10.
Emily F. Pope to same, lot commencing 137:6 E
of Mason street, and 137:6 Sof Eddy, E 68:9, S
7:05, SW 85. N 65:69; also all Interest In lot on S
line of Eddy street, 137:6 Eof Mason, E 68:9 by
8 137:6: $10.
John F. and Anna E. Henricks to Alice Bolters,
undivided half of lot on E line of Larkin street, 80
Sof Vallejo. s 57:6, E 137:6, N 77:6, W 117:6, S
20, W 20: $5.
Alicia Moran to Mary F. Moran, lot on W line of
Hyde street, 87:6 N of Post, N 24 by W 68:9: $5.
James Altken to Mary E. Kelly, lot on NW line
of Folsom street, 137:6 SW of Beale, N\V 137:6 by
NEl3:9rslo.
George W. Frlnk to Joseph B. Toplltz, lot on NE
line of Eighth street. liOO NW of Mission, NE 375,
which is the point of beginning, NE 26 by NW
75: $1.
Joseph B. Toplitz to Charles Ackerman, lot on
NW line of Jessie street, 375 NE of Eighth, XE 25
by NW76- $10.
James McCudden to P. L. Reinquin, lot on E line
of Tehama street, 100 H of Prospect place. N 75
by E 80, Precita Valley lands: $10.
'John H. Loeber to Catherine Erzgraber, lot on E
line of Fourth avenue, 250 S of California street, S
■J5 by E 120: $10.
Annie V. Brown (nee Joy) to Chauncey w. Court
right, lot on W line of Thirty-eighth avenue, 125 S
Of J street, s 125 by \V 120; $1.
ll«;iie P. Jloustaa to Alfonso di Nola, outslde
landn block 1155, bounded by Forty-second and
Forty-third avenues and T and U streets: $10.
Thomas anil Manannina Ltnane and Altonso dl
Nola to Solomon Getz, lot on SW corner of T street
and Forty-second avenue, S 300. W 120, N 100, W
120, N 25, E 190, N 75, E 87:6, N 100. E 32:6;
also lot on XW corner of U street and Forty-sec
ond avenue, X 250, W 120, S 150, W 12:6, S 100, E
132;6;$10.
E. J. Xorris to M. J. Kehoe, lot on E line or Sul
livan street, 25 N of Jefferson avenue, N 75 by E
70, t,'lft map 2; $750.
Estate of Sarah Stevpns (by H. H. Stevens, ad
ministrator) to M. J. Madden, lot on NW line of
Chenery street. 163 NE of Roanoke, XE 50 by NW
100, block 6, Fairmount $725.
Salomon and Emma Ducas te Carsten Schlicht
iniuin. south hah of lot 18 and all of lot 19, block
C, Haley Purchase: $10.
Adolpb Sutro to William F. Riedlnger, lot 60,
block X. Park Lane Tract, map 6: $10.
Same to Frank General, lot 14, block Z, same;
$10.
Board of Tide Land Commissioners to May
Thomson, lot on NE corner of Dock street and
Sixteenth avenue, XE 100 by SE 300, block 714;
$110.
Herman and Louisa M. Depfen to Frank T.
Matrer, lot on SK line of Athens. 500 XE of India
avenue, XE 50 by SE 100, block 69, Silver Heights;
*300.
ALAHKDA COUNTY.
J. W. Laymance of Oakland to Patrick Heivers
of Oakland, lot 20, block 1). amended map Fair
view Tract, Oakland Township: $10.
Alfred A. and Agnes V. March to Catherine R.
Perry of San Francisco, lo 1 on N line of Forty-fifth
street. 165 E of West street, E 25 by x 100, being
the E i 2 of lot 27. block 'JlO9, Alden Tract at
Temescal, Oakland Township; $10.
Warren and Lucretia M. Cheney to Arthur D. |
Win of Alameda. lot on E line of Walnut street.
315.31 X of Eunice. N 35 by E 134, belna lot
14, block 2, map of "The Highlands," beitig a re- i
suldivision of blocks 1. 2 and 3, Tuony Addition |
to Urk. icy. Oakland Township: $10.
R. J. Pfeil of Oakland to Edmund C. Lyon of
Oakland, lot 11. block C, King Tract, on Fruitvale
avenue, Brooklyn Township: $10.
Andrew E. Severns of San Francisco to John and
Ellen T. McHenry of San Francisco, lot on W cor- j
ncr of Saratoga avenue and Orchard street, SW 40
by NW 120, being lot 16, block A, Moss Tract,
Brooklyn Township; $10.
Joseph King of Alamedato Joaqulna Kingof Ala
rm la, eighty acres, being the X hall of SW quarter
■ertion 12, Township 2 S, range 2 W, Eden
Township; irit't.
F. C. Batcbelder and W. M. Bullock of Alameda
to First Presbyterian Church of Havwards, lot on
SE line of B srreet, 2&0 X of First. NE 50 by SE
200, Haywards, Kden Township: $10.
George F. stone to John P. and Dell Vollmer, lot
on s line of Fortieth street, or Evoy avenue, 61 1 :7
E of Grove, E 36:7 by S 100 to the beginning of a
porsion of lot 11, Montgomery Tract 1, Oakland
Township; $10.
Alexander Wilson (by his attorney) to Xona L.
Sanborn of San Francisco, lot on X line of Bonton
avenue, 110 E of Tenth street, E 50 by X 140, be
ing lot 7, block C, Klinknerville Tract, Oakland
Township: $285.
. J. L. and Johanna J. Shiman to Mary E. Lam
bert of Oakland, lot on X W corner of Parker and
Dana streets, X 44:10 by W 127:6. being lot 1,
block B, Leonard Tract, Berkeley; $5.
Elizabeth Hardman of Alameda to J. W. Hard
man and Lil ie H. Read, undivided half-Interest in
lot on SE corner of Pacific avenue and Chestnut
street. X 100 by S 125:2. Alameda; also lot on S
line of P:0 fie avenue. 150 E of Chestnut street, E
60 by 8 150:2, bl<c< 5, lands adjacent to Encinai,
to correct 549 d 130, Alameda; gift.
Bnilders' Contracts.
Augusta K. Gibbs with Knowles & Clam, to erect
a stable on Jackson street, near Scott: $3118.
Henry Hock with Weinohel & Franz, to erect a
frame huilding on Laurel street, Eof Webster;
$2130.
Stewart Menzies with Campbell <fc Peters, to
erect six two-s'ory frame buildings on E line of i
Second avenue, 575/ 8 S of California street; $10.- I
238.
Henry Smith with C. Larsen, to erect a two-story
building on W line of Howard street, 160 S of
Twenty-second; $4075.
SAN FRANCISCO "CALL."
BUSINESS OFFICE of the San Francisco Cali^
-710 Market street, open until 12 o'clock every
nipht In the year.
BRANCH OFFICES— S3O Montgomery 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.
few. corner Sixteenth and Mission streets, open
nntil ©o'clock.
2516 Mission street, oppn nntil 9 o'clock.
116 Xinth street, open until 9:30 o'clock.
notice OF meetings.
kS~yehba buena lodge OF~^T
£_»*' perfection No. 6— Regular meeting JJ
THIS (FRIDAY) EVENING, May 10. at 8 A
o'clock. D. 5. GEORGE J. HOBE, JSoV-
Secretary, c >a?s*
IBSS OPHIR LODGE XO. 171. I.
*£<& O. O. F., meets THIS KVEN'-^^Kj
ING. Third degree conferred by a rss£{s%s&
select team. All members and visit- -'w/ltv^*'
ing brothers cordially Invited.
J. WALDRON, N. G.
at^£» ANN UAL MEETING— THE REGULAR
E»--* r annual meeting of the stockholders of the
Hutchinson Suear Plantation Co. will be held at
the office of the company, 327 Market St.. San |
Francisco, Cal., on TUESDAY, the 14th day of |
May, 1895, at the hour of 11 o'clock a. m.. for the |
purpose of elertinsr a board of directors to serve for
the ensuing year, and the transaction of such I
other business as may come before the meeting.
Transfer-books will close on FRIDAY, May 8,
1895, at 3 o'clock p. m.
K. H. SHELDON. Secretary.
~~ SPECIAL, NOTICES.
E^ FORGET StT^N^? <f^CT
i£<& DREW'S picnic. May 11, Schuet- iJS. &L&J
zen Park: admission, including mlmis- "^rkjuSjS-
sion to park, 60c; children half-price. *«=_?*
Leave Tiburon ferry at 9:20 and 11a. m., 12:35,
1:50 and 3:30 p.m.
Ct_S* J. ''• CALHAIN, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
iS^& 14 McAllister st.. room 24. Legal business
receives prompt attention.
CT_^p CHAP.LES H. PHILLIPS, ATTORNEY-
W-& at-law and Notary Public, 638 Market st.,
opp. Palare Hotel, l.esidence, 1620 Fell st. Tele-
phone 070.
R_sS=* DR. NELLIE BEIGHLE, OFFICES, 61
iS^S? to 55, Donohoe buildine, 1170 Market st.
Stomach, liver, kidney and rheumatism success-
iully treated. Nervous diseases a specialty. Dis-
eases examined without questioning.
PKSp BAD TENANTS EJECTED for $4.
i*^* 7 Collections made, city or country. Pacific
Collection Co., 415 Montgy St., room 6. Tel. 6680.
3P_gg= ALL COURTS-LEGAL PRIVATE MAT-
Hf-* r ters; confidential: advice free. ATTOR-
NEY McCA RE. 838 Market st.
jjt3p ROOMS WHITENED, $1 UP; PAPER-
c*^ ed $3 60 up. 309 Sixth, George Hartman.
EP_3p J.B. McINTYRE, BOOKBINDER AND
<S^sy Printer. 422 Commercial sr. - .
SITUATION- iK;i-K*;MALtI.
WAITING SITUATIONS— COOKS, CHAM-
-*» bermaids and girls for housework; all nation-
alities. MRS. HIRD, 705 Polk st.
ADIES— YOU CAN GET RELIABLE HELP
at HBO. FENTON'S, 106V 3 Stockton st.
TF YOU WANT A GOOD SERVANT, MALE
X or female, city or country, apply MME LEO-
POLD'S Emp. Office, 957 Market; open evenings.
T THE SWEDISH EMPLOYMENT BU-
reau flrst-class Swedish and German girls are
awaiting situations. 332 Geary St.; telephone 953.
A LL KINDS COMPETENT HELP SUPPLIED.
Jr\. Ladies' Bureau, 131 Post St.; telephone M-U25.
QTRONG. HEALTHY SCOTCH WOMAN
O wants work, cooking, housework, ranch: good
home: low wages: licht work for husband: wili go
anywhere. Ladies' Bureau, 131 Post st., room 20.
pOMPETENT WOMAN WISHES ITUATION
\J as first-class American cook, or will do general
housework in small family: best of reference. Call
6 Ewlng st., off Laguna, bet. Slitter and Post.
WOMAN WANTS A PLACE ON A FRUIT
''ranch to pick fruit or help the farmer's wife
Ao housework for good home with her little 4-year-
old girl ; no wages. Address W., box 83,Cail Office.
RESPECTABLE YOUNG woman WISHES a
situation In a private family: city or country;
good cook or assist with washing. Address T., box I
47, this office. .' .
X X IE NCED, CAPABLE WOMAN
-l wishes a place in city or country : steady and
reliable and a «ood housekeeper. Address 2019
Filbert St., bet. Webster and Buchanan.
T/'XPF.RIEXCED DRESSMAKER WISHES A
XJ few more engagements by the day; terms
$1 50. Address 823 Dolores st.
DI X BBM.A Iv It WISHES SITUATION TO GO I
out by the day or week; flrst-class sklrtmaker.
1281 _ Seventh St., . .
TEADY, RESPECTABLE WOMAN. GOOD
k. housekeeper and cook, wishes a situation.
128J^Seve_ih st.
\ArANTED-BY A YOUNG WOMAN, WORK
»T in a pacuus-..ouse or where therels labeling:
neat and quick. Address H., 8 l.lcLee court, oil
Ninth st.
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1895.
SITUATIONS WA« TED— Continued.
t>SBPBCTAHLK WOMAN WISHES A SITUA-
I\i tion for general housework ; flrst-ciass cook.
128^ Seventh st., flrst floor, room 2. ■■
p IRL WISHES SITUATION TO DO GENERAL
VJ housework: city or shorf distance in county;
references If required. Call 317 Jessie, nr. Fourth
A7OUNG GIRL WISHES TO DO HOUSE-
-1 work in small family. 2417 Clay st.
WII.MNi; WOMAN WANTS A PLACE TO DO
II housework in a small family: wages $10. Call
8 Anthony .st.off Mission, near Second,
pOMPETENT WOMAN WISHES SITUATION
\J to do general housework: no postals; city or
country. 110 Sixth st.
SWEDISH GIRL WISHES A SITUATION TO
~ do general housework and cooking. Call 927
Florida st,. bet. Twenty-first and Twenty-second. _
ITUATION Wa"nTED"*BY A MTDDLE-AGED
wcman, is competent cook ; good home more an
object man wages. Call or address 1236 Bush st.
BY MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN WITHOUT IN-
cumbrance; city or country; good breadmaker.
Address B. M., box 35, Call. ' ■
ITUATION WANTED BY SWEDISH GIRL
to do general housework. Please call 22 Silver.
A YOUNG GERMAN WOMAN WANTS WORK
J\ by the day, washing, ironing or.housecleaning.
Call or address 1012 York St., nr. Twenty-second.
T7»rRBT-CJLASB GERMAN COOK WISHES
-T situation in private boarding-house; city or
country. 348 Third st.
yOUNG LADY WISHES TO ASSIST IN I
X light work for a good home; good seamstress; j
references. Address R. T., box 79, Call Office.
EEBPECTABX.E GERMAN LADY WANTS A
it position to take charge of a nome and children;
good manager; city or country; wages not less
than $25. Address B. M., box 41, this offlce.
YOUNG GIRL DESIRES A POSITION TO DO
X second work or assist with children and sewing;
has had good experience in dressmaking: speaks
German and English. Address L. F., 106 Douglass
at., between Eighteenth and Nineteenth.
AJEAT SWEDISH GIRL WANTS SITUATION
x> to do general housework. Add. 456 Bartlett
RESPECTABLE GIRL WANTS PLACE TO DO
housework or cooking. Please call 342 Minna
St., between Fourth and Fifth.
B^ YOUNG SWEDISH GIRL TO DO GEN-
eral housework and cooking. Call at 23 De-
catur st., between Seventh and Eighth. Bryant
and Brannan.
WOMAN WOULD LIKE WORK; GOOD COOK
M and washer; all kinds of housework under-
stood. 650 Howard st.
yOUNG WOMAN. RELIABLE AND EXPERI-
x enced, wants position as ranch cook: wages $30
to $35. Address R. C, box 22, Call Office.
ATEGATIVE-RETOUCHER DESIRES WORK
-L\ either at home or studio. Address Re-
toucber, Call Branch Office, 717 Larkin st.
■yOUNG WOMAN WANTS Sn UATION TO DO
X light housework; city orcountrv; amall wages.
Call at 215 Shotwell st.
ITUATION WANTED AS C< lC O TO CARE
Oof children and sewing. Please call 965 How-
ard st^
tTefined widow wishes position as
iX housekeeper; wages $2. > to $30, or would take
care of lodgtng-hon«e. M. n., box '-'. Call Office.
ANTED — CHAMBER WORK; SLEEP
j >> home. Call 843 Mission.
Ti'ASTERN AMERICAN LADY WOULD LIKE
X_ the care of an invalid; can also give genuine
massage treatment as it is civen in the East. Ad-
dress G. F. k.. box <v. Call Office.
WKDISH (JIRL WISHES A SITUATION AS '
O chambermaid or waitress in the country; Los
Angeles preferred. Call or address T l> Brannan s;. .
pOMPETENT SWEDISH GIRL WANTS GEN-
\J eral housework. 510 Howard St.
ITUATION WANTED-YOUNG FRENCH
lady wants work as chambermaid or small ;
housework, or other position permlttine to sleep }
home; speaks English. Address 824 c Broadway, i
rear.
i A^OUNG LADY WISHES GENTLEMEN'S
J. mending to do. Call 11)0 Fourth St., room 9.
' "YOUNG LADY WOULD LIKE A GENTLE-
-L man partner in a good paying business. Call 6
Mason st., room 7. j
\\ril)OW WITH SOME MEANS WOULD |
'» like to engage in business with a gentleman.
Call 5 Mason St., room 2.
yOUNG, REFINED CREOLE LADY WISHES !
X a position as housekeeper. Please call 11
Kearny St., room 16.
A OUNG WIDOW WISH ES POSITION AS
X hougfkeeper. Call or address 620 Market St.,
room 7, opp. Palace Hotel.
ADV WOULD LIKE GENTLEMAN'S MEND-
J ing. 25 Taylor St., room 3.
yOUNG WIDOW FROM the east WOULD i
X like a position as housekeeper. Call 967 Mis- i
sion st. . room 9.
Sill A'IIOXS \v asted-male.
RELJ A SS^MAnPhANDY WITH TOOLS,
1 1 wßnts a situation around private place; Is first-
cl;:ss gardener and a good coachman and thorough-
ly rstands care of horses and carriages: flrst-
class references. Address D.S. 8., box 146, Call |
Office.
ITUATION WANTED BY FIRST-CLASS j
O horseman and driver; is also professional llor- i
ist and landscape gardener: good reliable refer-
ence. Address A. R. D., box 58, Call Offl
TRONG YOUNG MAN, TEMPERATE, I
would be thankful for sltuntion of any kind;
married: reference: city or country. Address T.
B-, box 17. Call Offlce.
\\ r ANTED BY A COLORED MAX, 22 YEARS
»T of age, situation as porter In private family. !
Call at 925 Pacific st. j
"YOUNG MAN WOULD LIKE a steady po- !
x sition to drive light delivery-wagon or work in
wholesale house; can give good security. Address
G. S.. box 126, Call Office.
TpiaST ULASS, RELIABLE AND SOBER
J. French cook from East would like a situation !
in a small family to do cooking and general house- j
work if desired: chance to be well cared for: !
reasonable wages: highest reference from business-
man. Address G. H., box 127, Call Office.
pOACHMAN, A DANE, KNOWS THE CARE
\J oi tine horses. garden; can milk; has lirst-class I
references. Address D. X., box 119, Call Office.
VIAX AND WIFE WOULD LIKE TO TAKE j
l»i charge of a lodging-house, or working house- I
keeper and watchman. Address W., box 42, Call
Office.
OJjQfl tO ANY ONE GETTTnG ME SITUA-
«j!OU. tion that pays $60 per month; reference
given. Address H. G., box 117, Call Office.
ITUATION WANTED BY A. YOUNG '
German as waiter in restaurant. Address C. 8., I
box IOS.CaII Offlce. _^
I WANTED-PURCHASINQ AGEXTS FOR A :
| ii new book; good rustler can make from $10 to ■
I $50 per day. Apply at 734 Montgomery St., room ;
■ 3, from 8 a. si. to 1 p. M.
LDDLE-AGE MAN; GOOD HORSEMAN, !
gardener and can take care of cows: would like i
situation city or <ountrj'; has lirst-class recom-
mendation. Address H. F., box 121, all Office.
ORK OF ANY KIND BY A YOUNG MAN ;
TT experienced in pipe work and machinery : city :
or country; easy terms. Address E., box 103, Call '
Offlce.
VOUXG, STRONG GERMAN WANTS A PO- !
X sition as porter in some wholesale store; very i
handy with tools; can take care of horses. Ad-
dress Porter, box 99, Call Office.
AN, AGED 36, REQUIRES WORK OF ANY \
i'l kind; club, hotel, restaurant or liquor-store.
1104 Mission St., room 31.
yor x g MAN, 24 YEARS OF AGE, WISHES ;
J work; bandy at anything: waees no object:
references. Address W., box 68, this office.
ITUATION WANTED BY A CO MP'ETENT
man; thoroughly understands care of horses, |
carriages and harness; good gardener; can milk;
bandy with tools; best of references. Address A. j
8., box 40. Call:
TEADY, RELIABLE MAN, COACHMAN I
and gardener, wishes position; thoroughly un-
derstands care of horses and garden; very handy
with tools; good references. Address S. R., box 65,
Call. .■■■-■■
OUSE PAINTER WANTS WORK; WAGES
$25 a month and found, or $2 a day. Address
Painter, 711 Cainorniast. -
TTEBY WILLING BRIGHT JAPANESE
V French cook and waiter wants work in family,
boarding or restaurant: city or country; refer-
ences. TOM, 137 Si;. Hi st., Oakland.
Man" and WIFE WISH SITUATION TO
take charge of a farm : man is good at farm-
Ing, gardening, also handy with carpenter tools,
wife docooiving: good rbferences. Address T.
SMITH, room 6, 702 Brannnn street.
ITUATION WANTED 15V A THOROUGH
English coachman or to take care of roadsters; j
willing and obliging; first-class references. Ad- j
dress TED TOLMON, 1725 Everett St., Alameda.
pOMPETENT HOUSE PAINTER, WITH
\J tools, wants work: will accept low wages. Ad-
dress W. C, 3021 Pine st. .■: ";■>■*<■'
MAN AND WIFE AND FAMILY WANT A I
situation on a ranch or hotel, man and boy to
work around the place, mother and daughter to do
general housework. 2 Harriet st.
IIBBT-OLABB CAKE BAKER WISHES WORK
J two or three days a week; low wages. Address
Baker, box 40, Call Offlce.
MAN AND WIFE WITH 1 GROWN UP SON
wish a steady jojb in the country. MAIAN-
BARG, 677Vg Mission 1 St., San Francisco. ■ .■ .
FEMALE HKI.P WANTED.
ANTED^FRENCH MAID AND BEAM-
stress, $25; 2 French nurses, $20 and $16;
French housework girl, country, $20: German up-
I stairs and sewing, $20; French or German parior-
I maid, $20: young French maid. $15. LEON
ANDRE, 315' Stockton st.
"\\T ANTED— 5 GOOD WAITRESSES, «20 AND
»» room; country places: German young lady as
housekeeper and cashier in a resort hotel; house-
girl in family of 3, $20, etc.; middle-aged woman
for housework In small family, $18, etc.: neat, tidy
girl in small famtly, $10; German woman as cook
in a Jewish family, $25, etc.: girl in family of 4. ail
grown, nice place, $15, etc.; girl in family, 2 per-
sons, *] 2.- etc. : 5 housegirls, $15, etc.; 3 house-
girls, $20, etc.: 5 young girls. 15 to 18 years of age,
$10 to $12 ft month. MARTIN & CO., 749 Market
st. (tel. main 1849), largest and best conducted
employment agency on the Coast. ; :. .
>.) COOKS, $25 AND $30; 2 NURSEGIRLS, $10
and $12; 10 girls for house yorK and to assist,
$12. $15 and &20. MRS. HIRiJ, 705 Polk st.
£. WAITRESSES,S2O, RAILROAD PA RE PA 1 1>;
«-> chambermaid nnd wait at table, $20. MUR-
RAY <_ READY. 634 Clay st.
. ... - - :.:..' - ". - . ■ ''■■•■■ v .! ■ . . ■l ;
HELP WANTED— Continued.
TirORKfNGnFIO^sVKEEPE^RrSCMMER RE-
»T sort, $30: housework, Oakland $20, Alameda
$25, and other towns Girls can secure reliable sit-
uations of any kind by applying to MISS CULLEN,
105 Siockton st. . /_.
.TVTURSERY GOVERNESS, GEBMAN, $20; 2
-I^l German cooks, $30 and $35; German second
girl, $25; seamstress, $25: nurse, $20: 2 laun-
dresses, $26. Apply to MISS CULLEN, 105
Stockton st.
RESSMAKER; GOOD WAGES; TAKE
charge. MISS CULLEN, 105 Stockton st.
WORKING HOUSEKEEPER. SUMMER RE-
" sort; 16 housework girls, city and country,
$20 and $25; 6 young girls, assist, $12 to $16. Ap-
ply Miss CULLEN, 10. r > BtOCktOD st.
HOUSEWORK, ■-' IN FAMILY, $12. MISS
CULLEN, 105 Stockton st.
2 SWEDISH OR GERMAN GIRLS, HOUBE-
-J ork, country, $25 and $30. MISS CULLEN,
105 Stockton st., room 2. I
OUSEWOBK, SAN JOSE. 2 IN FAMILY,
easy place. Apply MISS CULLEN, 105
Stockton st..
GE RM A N OR SWEDISH COOK, 2 IN FAM-
V-T ily, $25. MISS CULLEN, 105 Stockton St..
room 2.
THIRST-CLASS COOK, AMERICAN FAMILY,
X short distance from city, $30 up: good cook, i
German style, $25- 3 colored women, general
housework, and $20: girl, general housework, .
for country, $20 and fare- French nursegirl. $15:
5 girls, light housework, $15 and $20. C. R. HAN-
SEN_& CO., 110 Geary st.
W AITRESSES, SUMMER RESORT, FOR
t» 19thtnst.,$20; restaurant waitress, $5 a week;
waitress, country hotel, $17 a month,. see party
here this forenoon; cook for restaurant, $25 a
month. C. R. HANSEN «fc CO.. HO Geary st.
pANCH COOK, FOREMAN; GERMAN
JLV housekeeper, Siskiyou county: cashier and
waitress, San Jose, $25": 10 Irish girls, girl, Ala-
meda, $15. MME. LEOPOLD, 957 Market st.
"WANTED-NURSE, A SHOBT DISTANCE,
»T $20, see lady here at 10:30 to-day; laundress
and second girl, $25- 2 French and German second
girls, $20 and $25: 3 German and Scandinavian
cooks, $25 and $30, and a large number of girls to j
fill our numerous situations. J. F. CROSETT <fc |
CO., 312 Sutter at.
W ANTED— NEAT WAITRESS AND ASSIST-
»T ant cashier for restaurant: a short distance;
$25. J. F. CROSETT & CO., 312 Sutter st. .
p ENERAL HOUSEWORK GIRL, WILLOWS,
VJ private family, $25: -ncramento, $15, faro
paid, good home; San Lorenzo, $30: ranch cook,
Merced, $25; san Jose, hotel cook, $30: waitress,
Monterey, $25; hptel waitress, Berkeley, $15: 10
general housework girls, $10 to $25; girls to assist;
order* on our books too numerous to advertise. 9
Stockton Bt.
WEDISH HOME EMPLOYMENT OFFICE.
ll'o Antonio St., off .jones, near Ellis.
Q GIRLS WANTED IN COUNTRY WAIT ON
-J table in saloon. Room 9. 14 Turk St., 9 to 3
o'ch'Ck. _*
WANTED- PROTESTANT GIBL FOR GEN-
TT er;.l housework, wa'.-es $10. 1412 Mission st.
TTIINIBHEBS ON i'A N iS; STEADY WORK;
JO good wages. 506 Market St., upstairs.
VOUNO GIRL TO ASSIST IN IiOUSEWOR K ;
1 2in family; good Christian home; wages $5.
59 Erie st.
I KST-CLA ss FINISHER ON PANTS. 29V a
X 1 Kissllng, Eleventh and Howard.
EXPERIENCED SS Wli'.s ON LADIES'
waists, to take work home. 24 Ellis, top Hoor.
WANTED— EXPEIUENCEiTgIRL FOR j
tt dressmaking. Apply at 309 Hayes st. _____
WANTED —AN APPRENTICE FOR MlL-
tt linery; call after 10 a. h. 527 llayrs st.
WANTED— GIRL "FOR UPSTAIRS WORK;
tt French preferred. Apply 1257 Octavta st.
T_r ANTED— MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN ASSIST
TT cooking; Christian seaside hon.e : w.»ges $10.
Apply Montgomery Hotel, Second St., bet. 1 and 2
P. M. ■'■'-'-.-■""
NEAT RESPECTABLE GIRL FOR GENERAL
1> housework. 1620 Pace st.
GOOD GERMAN GIRL FOR OENEBAXi
housework ; good wages. 933 Hatght.st.
TTiIRST-CLASS FINISHERS ON COATS;
X stpadj* work-: good wages. 541 Market St.
yiHNii GIBL FOR HOUSEWORK. 4 WAL-
X ler st., second house from Octavia.
WANTED— YOU NG GIRL FOB LIGHT
T T housework. 724 Twenty-first st.
W"TLL GIVE <;iri, GOOD HOME TO ASSIST
tt in liL-ht housework. 1420 Baker st. :
WANTED— YOUNG GIRL FOR LIGHT j
TT housework. Apply 401 Fillmore st.
IRL FOR LIGHT HOUBEWORK: NO WASH- i
ing; good home; wases $6. 1015 ork st.
1£ GARMO'S WONDERFUL FRENCH !
tailor method of three measures; the only \
piace to learn the true method of dresscuttlng;
complete course $10; lessons given; dressmaking
by the week or month: the latest, in basting, bon- j
ing, skirts, sleeves, collars, revers, etc.; dresses
made on short notice: cutting and fitting aspe- j
cialty. DE GARMO, 219 Powell st.
AN HAVE DRESSES CUT AND FITTED
CAN HAVE DRESSES (IT AND FITTED
for $3: dresses popular prices or engagements
by the day: patterns to measure. 11 Geary.
C 1 IRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK, COOK-
ing and care, of children; small family; wages '
$16. 1216y Golden Gate aye. I
'."PROFESSOR LIVINGSTON'S DRESSCUT- j
X ting and making school; all branches. 702 Sutter.
OUNTRY DRESSMAKERS SEND 35c FOR
the new full-skirt pattern: girls wanted. >Ie-
DOWELL DRESSMAKING ACADEMY, 213
Powell st., to learn dressmaking.
1 ■'REE— TEST AT LAWRENCE DRESSCUT-
T tinir school. 1231 Market at. !
pHEAPEST AND BEST IN AMERICA— i
\J WEEKLY CALL, sent to any address In the
United States or Canada one year for $1 50, post- ,
ago "ft- ■
MALI: UELP WANTED.
Tnt^^rrEDT-TKITC'IIENTHAND FOR HOTEL,
TT $25; German bedmaker, $15; porter for pri-
vate house, $15; German waiter, $25: German gar- ■
dener, $25; etc. LEON ANDRE. 315 Stockton.
7-Tang OF HAND-DRILLERS FOR stone
VJT quarry, must have their own hammers, $2 a
day and free fare, railroad work, call to-day, to
start Saturday: stone masons and laborers and
teamsters for railroad work, free fare. C. R. UAN-
SEN & CO., 110 Geary St.
■pLACKSMITH, COUNTRY SHOP, $2 25 A
; XJ day and board: ranch blacksmith, $40 and
; board; blacksmith, near city, $2 a day; 10 fnrm-
-1 ers, different ranches, $20. and $25; 2 sandstone
iau arry men. C. R. ANs E N & CO., 110 Geary. _
T>ASTRY COOK AND BAKER, HOTEL, >45;
X meat cook, country hotel, $40: Japanese porter,
! country hotel, $20. "C. R. HANSEN & CO., 110
! Geary st.
I OAHBER FOR A SUMMER RESORT, FULLY
! X) equipped shop and board free; call early. C. R.
HANSEN _ CO., 110 Geary st.
COOK AND SECOND. HOTEL; CALLEARLI.
; C. R. HANSEN & CO., 110 Geary.
WANTED —16 DWOOD TIE-MAKERS:
TT shop-baker. $11 a week, room and board, ]
steady work; also a second baker, $8 a week, room i
! and board, see party in office from 8 to 10 a.m.;
ollice boy, $10 a month; good handy man for gen- j
' cral work 111 the front part of a small hotel, must i
lie over 25 years of age and very handy with tools, |
paperhanging, whitening, etc.; kitchen man, $15 :
and room, hotel work; carriage wood- worker; sec- I
I ond cook, $35 and room, hotel won* : dishwasher. I
■■ $20 and room; waiter, country hotel, $25 and ,
■ room, steady work. MARTIN »fe CO., 749 Market
' St.; largest and best conducted employment agency
! on the coast: telephone main, 1849. -
W ANTKD- STOUT BOY FOR COALYARD,
tt $1 (lay: chor>'mun. $15; farmer and milker,
$20; experienced cherry packer, $25; machine
blacksmith, $7 day silver, and carpenter, $6 day i
; silver for Central America. Apply to J. F. CROS- .
ETT A CO., 628 Sacramento at. j
2 SANDSTONE QUABRYMEN TO GET OUT \
ashlar; blacksmith and shoe. $2 a day iind
board; ranch blacksmith, $25; cheese and butter I
maker: milker, $20; farmhand, $20; laborer for
ranch, $20; first and second breadtakers; French !
I cook, $30; German waiter, $20; basalt-block !
makers. R. T. WARD <fe CO., 608 and 610 Clay st.
riOOK AND WJFE. COtTNTBT ' HOTE"ITSSO
Vj andfonnd: 3 hotel cooks, $40; 2 dishwashers,
$15; 3 hotel waiters, $25: ranch cook, $20. JIUK-
ItAY & READY. 634 Clay st. __.
1 1 RBT AN D SECOND BAKERS, $50 AND $30
-T and found : see boss here 9a. m. MUHRAY <fc
HEADY, 634 Clay nt.
5 LABORERS, $20 AND FOUND, COMPANY
work; 5 farmers and orchard hands; butter- '
; maker, $35 to $40 ana found: 2 quarry men, 25 •
cents pei foot. MURRAY <fi READY, 634 Clay St.
•\\T ANTED— HEAD BAKER WITH GOOD
I tt second for country shop; $80 a month, board
and room and steady worK; see party in office, 8 to
10 a. ji. MARTIN «fe CO., 749 Market. :, ; vr
WANTED — BLACKSMITH ON RANCH;
good steady job, $35 and board: man to milk i
a few cows, make butter and do chores on a nice I
i place near city, $25 and board : 2 milker 3, $20 and j
free fare; 2 farm teamsters, $20; cooks, waiters,
dishwashers and others. W. D. EWER & Co., 626
Clay st. ■ ■ '
V\ ANTED— AI PASTRY-BAKER, $45; CITY.
*_* HOTEL GAZETTE, 420 Kearny st.
1 C TIEMAKERS.B2 50 PER DAY, LONG JOB,
±O 10c p»r tie: 15 laborers, $1 50 and $1 per day
and board; 4 laborers, $1 per day and board. Call
at 6 o'clock, 51 Third St.. room 31.
XPERIENCED BARBER; GOOD PLACE
for steady man. 1737 Market.
GOOD BARBER FOR SATURDAY; WAGES
$3. 32 Third s:.
T> ARBER FOR SATURDAY. 280 THIRD ST.
ARBER WANTED TO BUY A GOOD SHOP
at 402 Pacific st. -
WANTED- A GOOD BARBER FOR BATUR-
TT day. 618 Broadway st.
T>ARBERS, FOR EMPLOYMENT CALL SEC.
X) Barbers' Ass., 12 Seventh. H. SCHEUNERT.
WANTED- TO FEED GORDON PRESS.
TT 2241 Mission st. !
3CANVvSSERS~FOR NEW ARTICLE: MUST
have good references. Address -, F. S., box 63,
(all Office. -*■'"' '.:-■:
WANTED— MEN WHO MEAN BUSINESS
" and are able to pay their expenses to take up
government land, which they can sell for $260 in
ten: weeks: -business legitimate. Address Land,
box 60, Call Oflice. .-.■---
E~RRAND-BOY WANTED. CHAS. ADAMS,
1384 Market st.
HELP TED-Contlnned.
WANTED— SALESMAN TO SELL AN ARTI-
"" cle of merit used in every household; good
profit. Address 8. M., box 69, Call Office. '
T7HRST-CLASS CAKE BAKER WISHES A
X: sitnatlon, city or country. Apply 531 Califor- '
nia St., room 5. '
ANTED-FIRST-CLASS MAN to repre-
sent Eastern manufacturer. Apply 9 to 11,
room 34, 123 California st.
BAKER FOR COUNTRY SHOP; $30. APPLY
531 California St., room 5.
I WANTED-COOK. AT 1553 MARKET ST.
\\T ANTED-B UTCHER WHO UNDER-
TT stands cutting meat./ 3308 Mission. ,
QOBER YOUNG WAITER; $4 A WEEK AND '
0 room. 533 Commercial st. \
SHAVING, WITH BAY RUM, ioc: HAIR cut-
ting 15c: a towel for every customer: 8 chairs;
no waiting. JOE'S, 32 Third street.
"\\r ANTED— SOLICITOR FOR MILK ROUTE; '
TT must be a hustler; good commission to right '
party. Apply bet. 1 ana 5 p. m. to F. HOFFER,
1609 Grove st. . .
JIVE MEN WANTED AT ONCE TO HANDLE •
-1 summer specialty; will pay competent per- ,
sons $3 50 per day. Store 328 Seventh st. - j
p OOD PAYING 5-CHAIR BARBER-SHOP :
VJf and laundry office; must go East; price, $325.
137 Third st. <
WANTED— MEN WHO DO NOT RECEIVE j
their wages to place accounts with us: law and '
commerciaH:ollection: no charge unless successful. :
KNOX COLLECTION AGENCY, 110 Sutter
MEN'S shoes i_-soLED. 40c: HEELS, 25c; J
done in 15 minutes. 635 Kearny st.. basement. !
\\ ' LABORERS AND MECHANICS
tt to know that Ed Rolkin, Reno House pronrl- '
etor, has opened Soto House, 32 Fourth St.: 100 (
rooms; 26c tosl per night; $1 25 to $1 per week. ;
_y ANTED-SINGLE ROOMS, 15c A DAY; fl
tt week; rooms for two, 25c a day, $1 50 a week; ;
reading room- daily papers. 3fi Clay st.
MAN TO GO PROSPECTING: MUST HAVE
money. Address C. R., box 79, Call Office.
OUP, TRIPE, BASH AND LIVER, WITH -
wine, beer or cider, sc. 619 Merchant st.
TXRIVER FOR MILK WAGON. COR. NAPA ,'
XJ and Connecticut sts., Third-st. electric-cars. j
ANTED— BOY TO DRIVE BUTCHER- '
cart. At Fillmore and Pixley sts. (
T>ARBER-SHOP FOR SALE WITH LIVING- x
XJ rooms: bargain. 1500 Howard st. *
W" HAT CHEER HOUSE, 629~sa"ch amento '
tt st. ; 100 outside rooms: best spring beds; single 1
rooms 20c a day, $1 a week; meals, 10c. :■-. . ■•■:, "
BEST PAYING BARBER-SHOP IN CITY; '
eli'gantly furnlsiied; for sale reasonable: ill '
health cause of sale. Address B. S., box 103, Call. ]
ANTED— COATMAKERS BY THE WEEK '
T T and by the piece. M. J. KELLER <fc CO., Oak- '
land. J
SE AM EN FOR EUROPE, HONOLULU AND
Australia. 103 Montgomery aye. '
"PEMOVED FROM 706' TO 72m..,, Ol'l'. HOW- \
JV ard-st. Theater: also from 116 to 418 Fourth ■
st. best place in the city for new and second-hand '
shoes. ' '
INGLE ROOMS 16c NIGHtTpLAZA HOUSE, ]
641 Washington St., near Kearny.
ANTED— MEN TO GET BOTTLE SHARP i
• I steam beer, sc: bottle wine. sc. 609 Clay st. 1
_■ -CHAIR BARBER-SHOP, $225; FURNITURE !
t: worth mpre than price asked. 319 Montg. aye. , J
Shoes HALF-SOLED IN 15 H TE S
while you wait at half usual price. 959 Howard.
EAA PAIRS MEN'S GOOD SHOES, 26c TO $1. (
*J\J\J 564 Mission St.; also 63l V^ Sacramento si. | ■
S' HOES HALF-SOLED IN 10 MINUTES; '
done while you wait; at less than half the usual '.
price; all repairing done at half price; workguaran- ■
teed. 664 Mission St.. Det. First St. and Second st.
SALARY OR COMMISSION TO ENERGETIC .
solicitor; merchant tailoring. 87 Fiood bld'g. j
ENS HALF- SOLING, 50c: LADIES', 40c; '
heels, 26c; done while you wait. 237 Sixth.
AXE THE DEAD —WENZEL'S ALARM ;
clock: no electricity. 607 Montgomery st. \
TAILORS AND CUTTEBS TO ATTEND THE "
san Francisco Cutting School. 523 Market St.,
room 15.
ME N S HALF-SOLING, 50c: DONE WHILE i
you wait. 638 Market, opposite Palace Hotel. : •
1 (\C\ MEN TO TAKE LODGING AT 10c, 150 I
X\J\) and 20c a night, including coffee and rolls. } :
624 Washington St., near Kearny.
MEN FOR a "long jenny lind cake
«J ' and cup good coffee for 5 centß. 44 Fourth st.
IIRKE (DI-'KKh AND ROLLS. 704 SANSOME;
single rooms. 15c, 20c, $1 week wi;h breakfast.
T INDELL HOUSE, 6TH AND HOWARD— .
XJ single furnished rooms, 75c week, 15c night.
FREE BEER: BEST IN CITY 2 SCHOONERS
for 6 cents at 228 Pacific st.
.>1 ELLIS .ROSEDALE— PRICES REDUCED;
— X single furnished rooms, week; 20c night.
rpRY ACME HOUSE, 95TMARKET ST., BE-
X low Sixth, for a room: 25c night ; $1 week.
BEST IN CITY— SINGLE ROOMS. 15, 20 AND :
25 cents per night: SI, $1 25, $1 60 per week,
l'aclric House, Commercial and LeidesdoriT sts.
\ WEEK^sTnEWS FOIT r, CENTS-THE
J\. WEEKLY' CALL, in wrapper, for mailing. |
AGENTS WANTED.
INE OPENING FOR GOOD SALESMAN;
lady or gentleman. Call to-day between 9 and
12, ANDREWS, 7 City Hall aye.
5 ENERGETIC AND INTELLIGENT AGENTS
on new proposition: good commission; also I
j salary to right parties. 64 Nevada block, 9 to 11
i A.M.
GENTS TO SELL DAISY LANTERN; SAM-
pie by mail 25 cents: sells at lirs si^ht : active
i agents make $5 a day. KENNEDY'S NOVELTY
AGENCY Oakland, Cal. .
FURNITURE WANTED.
J n^^cTittOTHEB.^THB AUCTIbinBBR "BUYS
• furniture at highest cash prices. 5 Fourth st.
HOW CASES, AR, RESTAURANT, CANDY
outfits, fixtures, etc., bmiiilit and sold. 125 Fifth.
HOUSES WANTED.
"Ranted house, first
Tt flat, or part of store.wlth window formillinery;
moderate. Box 73, Call Office.
E DIATELY, NICE CLEAN COTTAG
X under $30. SPECK & CO., 30 Montgomery st.
MONEY WANTED.
M"~'oney"wanted on ai reaiT^state
security. P. B. TRAVERSE, 313 Montgy st.
\ir ANTED— SISOO ON EXCELLENT REAL
TT estate security near San irancisco; the Im-
provements insured for the amount of loan, pay-
able to mortgagee: 1 1 per cent will be paid for one
year : no expense for examination of property. Ap- j
ply to JOHN L. RICHTER, 513 Market st. I
WANTED— MISCELLANEOUS.
TlfA^T^D-^rTo^BUY^A^Ask REGISTER.
I TT Address F., box 49, this ollice.
LEIN, 109 SIXTH ST.. PAYS GOOD PRICES
for clothing, hooks and jewelry : postal.
clairvoyants.
mTOi7hTeaTj7bks^Fmedii m,cla:rvoy-
ant; tips on races; 25c up. 131 Fourth st.
J DIAMOND, MAGNETIC HEALER AND
. mesmerist, cures and develops clairvoyants
by mesmerism. 406 Mutter St., rooms 60 and 61.
"PROFESSOR M. C. GEE, THE ACKNOWL-
! J- edged clairvoyant, business test medium, has Io-
I cated at 1031 Market St., opposite J. J. O'Brien's;
! readings daily, also sittings tor spirit pictures; 81;
I 9 a. M. tO 7 p.m. '
M.ME. DR. THOMAS, SCIENTIFIC REVEAL-
er by ejfgs and curls (in English orGerman)tells •
entire life, past, present, future: consultatons.on \
' all affairs, nothing excepted; names given: good ,
! advice; sure help: restores lost love by sympathy; i
in Istake Impossible: fee 81; letter $2. 30 Kearny. |
f\ YPSY LIFE-READER; LADIES 25c; GENTS
\X 50c; near Market. 5 Seventh st.
MME. PORTKR. CARD-READER: LADIES
50c; gents $1; palmistry and clairvoyant; sit-
tings $1 50. 210 Turk St., near Jones.
A UGUSTA LEOLA. FORTUNE TELLER;
J\. maulc charms: love tokens; true picture of
future wife and husband; teaches fortune-telling: j
i develons clairvoyance, slate writing, etc.; has the i
! seven holy seal.-> and the Palestine wonder charm; I
fee $1 and upward. 'J32H Mission, nr. Twentieth.
PROFESSOR LEON, PALMIST, THE GREAT
X renowned clairvoyant and life reader, has ar-
rived in the city : don't fall to see him; gives luck
in business; healing power; hours 10 a. m. U>Bp.m.;
also Sunday. 533 Post st-.. near Taylor.
RS. J. J. WHITNEY, CLAIRVOYANT, TEST
medium and life-reader. 218 Stockton.
SPIRITUALISM.
RS" S. SEAI^-SPIRITUAL MEDIUM: RE-
llgious cir. Wed. 8 p.m.; Thurs., 2:30: 110 M-
c st.
"POSITIVE PROOF SPIRIT RETURN AT MRS.
X Griffin's parlor test meeting this eve. 244 Sixth.
M~RS. EGGERTTa , TRANCE MEDIUM:
clr. Sun. eve. : developing cir. Tues. eve. '715
Post st.
MRS. HENDEE ROGERS. GIFTED MEDIUM
healer: dr., Mon and Fri : sit daily. 122 Turk.
7\ M. FRANCIS, 118 HAIGHT. INDE
-ex. dent slate-writing medium: Sunday excepted.
ASTROLOGY.
/TsTRAL SEER— PROF. HOLMES, 523 GEARY
-A St.; horoscopes, questions, stocks, advice.
PALMISTRY.
TTH^TTASrTTTiirPRTiIsToNTTN^^TH^^Fu"-
- MME. MINERVA,
The marvelous English palmist, has arrived In San
Francisco, find: will grant interviews dally, from
10:30 to 6:30, In her rooms at the Oriel, corner of
Market and Franklin streets, third floor, room 43:
elevators; > cars ■ pass the : door. Mme. ■ Minerva's
revelations were one of the wonders of the metrop-
olis of England. She was patronized by the nobil-
ity, professional ' men and ladies of : the highest
rank. All classes and both sexes hastened to con-
sult her In limes of crises In order to benefit by her
wondrous skill. Fee $1 ; '- private parties, soirees,
bazaars, garden parties, etc., attended .by arrange-
ment; lessons given as in England. v
BUSINESS CHANCES.
TO SELL A BUSINESS OF "aNtT^KIND
quick for cash see STRAND & CO., 45 Third st.
"VTOTICE— DON'T MISS THIS BARGAIN.
X^ Corner saloon, clears $75 month $850
Cigar-store on Market, clears *100 month $375
Corner branch bakery and variety, 3 r00m5... 5150
Grocery and bar, 2 rooms, clears $76 m0nth. ..5250
Pork and delicacies store cheap $400
Wood and coal yard, horse, wagon $275
Butcher-shop, clears over $100 month $4f.0
Restaurant near Kearny si:, clears $150 $400
100 lodgins-houses for sale from.... $150 up
Call and get a list of our bargains.
See STRAND & CO., 45 Third st.; estab. 1884.
©_>9?: BUTTER AND EGG ROUTE; ALSO
tZ>O-J*J. dairy produce; goodwason; large trade;
clear $75 to $100 per month: niust sell; owner
sick in bed, hence this bargain: trial allowed;
cheap at $500. See BTRAND & CO., 45 Third st.
<*> RESTAURANT; OLD ESTABLISHED
<IP-jUV/. place; bargain. STRAN'D&CO., 45 Third.
Cjf'XA GROC I V"aNd"baß; GOOD STOCK
VX>yJO\j. and fixtures; 9 furnished rooms; clear
o ver $100 per month. STRAND <£; CO. , 45 Third.
QQnA BARGAIN: GROCERY AND BAR: 7
r£)O\J\J. rms: rent $17; lease. STRAND, 45 3d.
PARTNER WITH $175; Al LAUNDRY
J- office and cigar store; living room cheap rent;
proof same clears $75 each: great bargain for
young man. WILKE, 235 Kearny St., room 4.
<£l^fil CORNER SALOON IN WHOLE-
'S) ±O\J ■ . sale district; always been first-class
paying place: must be sold on account owner
bought a hotel. WILKE, 235 Kearny St., room 4.
ELTCACY AND PORK STOKE. Liv-
ing rooms and large custom: low rent: price
$500: parties going South. WILKE, 235 Kearny
St., room 4. .
qM> AA GREAT BARGAIN FOR RESTAU-
<iJPOUU. rant and coffee parlor, near Examiner
office: sacrificed on account of sickness. WILKE,
235 Kearny st., room 4.
"O RANCH BAKERY WITH 3 LIVING ROOMS;
J-> rent $18: price $225: on Mission; good custom.
WILKE, 235 Kearny st., room 4.
WE CAN SELL YOU OUT AT SHORT NO
>T tlce: try us. PROLL, STENBERG & CO.,
719 Market st.
ffIJQ/ RESTAURANT AND B FURNISHED
«JP*7UU. rooms, opposite carhouse; present own-
er 6 years: average receipts |25; irial: investigation
allowed. PROLL A STENBERG, 719 Market st.
Qi-dAfi RESTAURANT, 4 FURNISHED
«£)"±«J\/. rooms, opposite railroad stations: bis
bargain. PROLL A STENBERG, 719 Market st.
<2I Q^H ATTENTION ! UNSURPASSED OP-
<3i?OUl/. portunity; Investigate this bargain;
park store. PROLL & STENBERG, 719 Market.
(J.OAA ICECREAM, CANDY FACTORY:
tj!OU\J. complete for manufacturing; established
and profitable business nori Market: investigate
this. PROLL & STi.XBEKG, 719 Market st.
G»1 Z.(\ RESTAURANT: WELL ESTAB-
»a>LOU. lished; must sell. PROLL <fc STEN-
BEBQ, 719 Market st.
'Qif*Xf\ SALOON: 9 FURNISHED ROOMS;
fJiDtJU. heart of business center: must sell ata
sucrifice on account of other business. PROLL <fc
STERNBERG, 719 Market St. __
OA A CO'rTbUTCHER-SHOP; WELL, ES-
t3).-jUU. tabllshed; line outside custom: full in-
vestigation allowed. PROLL & STENBERG, 719
Market st.
/_<» .A~G"ERM AN BAKERY: STORE FIXT-
ffl)t7"U. ures; big outside trade: horse; wagon;
clears $125 month; trial given; investieation al-
lowed ; leaving city. PROLL & STENBERG, 719
Market st.
<J_.Qfin CORNER RESTAURANT; 12 FUR-
*3J)O'7V'. nishod rooms: near carhouse: big steady
trade; in vicinity where several hundred people
employed. PROLL A STENBERG, 717 Market.
/-1 OOD OPPORTUNITY FOR SINGLE WOMEN
\JT 10 make Investment: Inrge proiits guaranteed.
Address PROLL & BTEINBERG, 719 Market st.
Cfi 1 C\C\ OLD- ESTABLISHED CORNER
£pl I\/U. grocery; bar; living-rooms: Western
Addition: this is a golden opportunity: trial; fullest
investigation allowed: must sell; sickness. PROLL
& STENBERG, 719 Market st.
•PROFITABLE, SAFE INVESTMENT FOR
J- active man: big-paying business: complete out-
fit for conducting same; trial; full investigation
allowed. PROLL & STENBERG, 719 Market st.
C'l^n CIGAR STORE NEAR MARKET:
«jp-rtJl/. fixtures, stock worth $600; cler.rsslso \
month; easily run, immf>ns r ' trade: sacrifice account
uickness. PROLL .t STENBERG, 719 Market st,
?S bF FE E-S A I A)ON\ NORTH AND NEAR
\J Market; clearing about $150 a month: full
satisfaction given; price reasonable. SPECK'S,
30 Montgomery st.
OFFEK SALOON ANDCREAMERIE; FIRST
CIOF E E s A blocks ANDCREAMERIE: FIRST I
) class; few blocks from Call Offlce: receipts ?60 !
to $80: reasonable. SPECK'S, 30 Montgomery st.
I" AUNDRY ROUTE. CLEARING $17 WEEK;
J horse: wazon. SPECK & CO., 30 Montgomery.
ROADBIOE HOLSE: 8 FURNISHED ROOM 8;
doing a fine bar trade: best location in the city;
large horsesheds. J. REIDY, 1& Sixth st.
QjOXn oyster AND FISH MARKET;
»]l)_-Ov-'. horse; wagon; fine business. J.
REIDY, 19 Sixth st.
A/7»r/\ WANTED— IN OLD-ES-
<JJ) i O\) tabV shed restaurant: splendid loeatioh:
r. <riptss3oper day. Inquire JOHN REIDY, 19
Sixth st. -
.i(\f\ SALOON; SOUTH MARKET: BET.
tJP"_rUI" large tactortes; excellent bar fixtures;
good trade: cheap rent; must bf> seen to" appreciate
this grand bargain. Apply SMITH & HOBER,
1001 Market st. ,
{.O-A.JCE CREAM AND CONFECTION-
»r _««)'». cry parlor; excellent location and busi-
npss: fine stock and fixtures: really worth $350.
lor particulars see SMITH. HUBER <fc CO., 1001
Mark pi si.
Q().)' BARGAIN: BAKERY AND CANDA'-
<J)_j_-c). store; best possible location: nor'.h of
Market St.; elegantly fl:tPd; cheap at $400: rent
$20: furnished living-rooms. See BARRETT
& CO.. 865 V* Market st.
ESTAURANT AND 10 FINELY FURNISH-
XX ed rooms near carhouse; large French range;
doing good business: heart trouble cause of sale.
BARRETT & CO., 565y 2 Market st. __
(m'tV^A A KERY, CANDY, SODA AND ICE-
<iP_i«JU., cream partor; best location: near Mar-
ket: finely fitted; 2 living-rooms: lowreut: receipts
$8 day. BARRETT & CO., 865 V2 Market st. _
d_>£Qe SALOON: PRINCIPAL STREET:
£pv)_-«J. half block from Market; no night work
owner going to Europe: a chance to secure a good
business for half its value. P. A. DOLAN <fc SONS.
632 Market, room 2.
(JT» 1 - 1\ PARTNER WANTED IN LIGHT.
<jpliJ''. cash business; fine horse, wagon, etc.;
must be willing to drive horse a part of time, and
be satisfied with $15 a week to start. 9 Geary. rm. 2.
C»IGAR STAND. BEST CORNER IN THE
\J city; clears $140 monthly; other business
cause of selling: see this as It is a bargain.
DECKER, 1206 Market st.
C_: 1 Ql\t\ H ALF CASH, BALANCE INSTALL-
«JpI. DUU. ments: business pays 8175 month;
right man can easily increase it to $500 or more.
Inquire CURTIS & BOWLEY, 32 second floor,
! Mills building.
I TIT ELL - ESTABLISHED AND PAYING
V> business for sale; capital required, $10,000;
cash or secured notes. Every facility for exam-
ination offered to an intending purchaser and will
assist party until thoroughly familiar with the
business. Address P. G. L., Call office, Oakland.
/10KNEK LOT, 40x12X), TWO-STORY BUILD-
\J ing, large store and beautiful flaiof 51argc rooms
and bath above (3 bay-windows), hot and cold
water, almost new, near San Leandro electric
road and power-house, cash value $3500. Make
offer; or will exchange. O. A. RUDOLPH, 966
Washington st., Oakland.
<J_l /T' ROCERY AND BAR: A BARGAIN;
«3>X I t). cheap rent. Apply Call Office.
ODERN 9-ROOM HOUSE AND LARGE GAR-
den: fine view; basement; 809 Castro, near
Twenty-first. See premises or MADISON <fe
BURKE. • •!:..;
~<S>O(\(\ PARTNER TO start new wine
<lpOvU. business or to sell wine on commission;
hest ohance in the city for a good man. W. C, box
99, Call Office.
i <3il 9^ COFFEE-SALOON AND CHOP-
! •lpl_j«J. house among commission-houses: rent
$15; receipts $12; no night or Sunday work; clear-
ing $80 per month. 520 Battery st.
(£1 (\f\ BARBER-8HOP; 1 CHAIR; DOING
»]pXU\7. good business; must leave on account
of health. Cull or write A. F. PETIT, Mlddletown,
Lake County, Cal. '
TYOUTK FOR SALE ON THIS PAPER. 2104b
■IV Leavenworth; 12 m. or after 5 p. m.
Fo 1 : -G ROCK Y AND KAR IN THE
T best part of city; old established business. Ap-
ply southeast corner Buchanan and Grove sts.
0' LI) ESTABLISHED GROCERY BUSINESS-
must sell. Address S.. box 40, C:ill Offlce. - ;. '
ABLE HOTEL, TWENTY -EIGHTH AND
\.J Valencia sts.; contains 35 rooms; account re-
tiring from business.
WANTED -MAN AND WIFE TO KENT
t» small farm; short distance from city: fitted
completely for raising poultry und grain: very lit-
tle money required; good terms to right party.
Address E. WILSQX, 112 Eighth St.. City.
7>V COFFEE AND LUNCH ROOMS; OWN-
<JP »O. er must leave city. 341 Bush st.
CIOOD CORNER GROCERY AND BAR FOR
VJ sale on account of owner's death. 701 Valen-
cia st. .
SMALL SALOON; 7 FURNISHED ROOMS;
O will be sold cheap. 611 Howard st.
rpOSELLA GOOD FRENCH AND GERMAN
J- restaurant (bargain) see C. SIGNOUX, Cafe
Lafayette, 508 Bush st.
fiiJAH RESTAURANT ON CITY FRONT:
iuu, must sell on account of disagreement
of partners. Apply at Call Ollice.
<$•• A A KESTA'URANT: AVERAGES $10 TO
-W. $12 per day; low rent. Apply thlsofflce.
'iii^l'n RESTAURANT;. OLD ESTA B-
tipeJ'/U. lished; dally average business $25:
good fixtures: good reasons for selling; chance of a
lifetime. 30 Kearny st.. room 6.
Tl WIGWAM THEATER RESTAURANT
-I- and coffee-parlor for saie at a sacrifice; owner
must go to New York at once; has other business
there; call at once." 129 Geary st. '■ ■
<$ OAA FISH - SMOKING AND CURING
«3>._jUU. business. Apply R. KEMPFF, Frank-
lin St., bet. Greenwich and Lombard. "-*.
W ANTED-GOOD COFFEE-SALOON OR RES-
■ " taurant; cash ready. Address, giving locality
an 4 price, O. H., box 47, this office. -
SALOON; LIVING ROOMS; SMALL RENT:
near factories. Apply Call Office.
17' OR SALE— CORNER LIQUOR-STORE WITH
JC good bar trade. Apply 368 Third st.
BUSINESS CHANCES— Uontlnnqd .■
■_^77F?r~FIRST - CLASS CASH~^USINESS
♦POOU. location: clears $150 per month: trial
given- best har.aln yet ottered. LLNDIN A
WEHNKR, 639 California st.
Tt.' i/m AICASH BUSINESS: LOW RENI^
S4OO. barcaln: call at once. LUNDIN <L» '
WEHNER, 539 Callfornlast.
AQAA SALOON: SPLENDID LOCATION;
•roUU. cardrooms; money-making place for
German. LUNDIN & WEHNER, 539 California.
(_IAAA BAKERY FOR SALE; BIG BAlt-
gain; cheap rent; long lease: trade
averages $40 daily; uses 3 barrels flour daily : old
established; trial. City Exchange, 80 Kearny, rm. (3.
-I7IOR SALE- HOME RESTAURANT: GOOD
J business. Apply this office.
FOR SALE-WINE AND BOTTLE BEER SA-
loon. 609 Clayjit^pjrJce_fsoo___
feQAA ESTABLISHED stationery and
»><JUU. candy store; fine loca.ion; {rood busi-
ness; must be sold. Inquire 223 Battery st.
rvORNER GROCERY AND BAR, WITH LIV-
\J ing rooms; account other business; cheap;
good trade. Call at 426 Natoma st. for particulars.
OLD - ESTABLISHED WOOD AND COAL
yard for sale; cheap. Apply Alcazar Saloon,
114 O'Farrell st.
dfcOEA W OOD AND COAL YARD, H O R
fJp_jUU. and 2 wagons: greatest bargain ever
offered. WOOD, 917 Market st.
PORK STORE AND ALL KINDS OF DEL]
J- cacies, etc.. 335y 3 Third st., San Francisco.
THE BKST CHAN CE EVER OFFERED FOR
a man with capital; a complete stock of gents
furnishing goods and modern fixtures for sale in
the best location in the city of San Jose: the pres-
ent owner occupied with other business; will either
sell or take a partner to take charge of this depart-
ment; investigate this at once. Address 45 and 47
South First St., San Jose, Cal.
RANCH BAKERY AND NOTION STORE
for sale. 921 Oakjst.
UST BE SOLD AT ONCE; BEST PAYING
liver}' stable in town; 30 boarders; 25 livery
horses: hucks, baggies, etc.: centrally located;
low rent this is a line opportunity to get a good
business at a bargain; principals only. Address
P. 8., box 127, this office.
AY, GRAIN AND COMMISSION BUSINESS;
two-third interest: established 29 years. Ap-
ply Call Office, 710 Market st.
OOD "CALL" AND EVENING PAPER
route in Oakland for sale. J. W., Call Offlce,
Oakland. ; '^
"DARTNER-SAN FRANCISCO FIRM ESTAB-
JT lished 7 years, doing good business, intends
branching out and desires partner who is to Invest
$5000; can make good salary and 8 to 12 per cent
on investment: a fine opportunity to get into a
live, well established firm; investigation desired:
references offered and required; principals only.
Address Partner, box 160, Call Office.
/mrAAA INTERIOR AGENCY OF THIS PA-
<S)OUUU. per: pays over $200 per month; sick-
ness cause of selling. Apply this office.
r-AAA CASH WILL BUY YOU AN EST
»Jn I \J\J\J lished business, well located, havin?
fine cash trade in stationery, school supplies,
agateware, tinware, woodenware, toys, notions,
etc.: ono of firm will assist purchaser for 1 month.
Address Bazaar, box 6. >. Cafi Office.
SMALL ADVERTISEMENTS AND SUBSCRIP-
O tions taken at Call Branch Office, 717 Larkin
St., 339 Hayes st. and 2518 Mission St.; open till
9:30 p.m.
LODGING-HOUSES FOX SALE.
TO BUY OR SELL A LODGING-HOUSB
quick for cash see GUS STRAND, 45 Third st
<sfftfifi BAY-WINDOW house ofTofirst-
<4pUUU. class furnished rooms near Van Ness
aye.; cheap rent: pays well; departure cause of
Bale. See STRAND d: CO., 45 Third st.
ft Of_f_ 36 ROOMS; CLEARING $oO MONTH-
dr^UKt. ly. St'ECK <fe CO., 30 Montgomery st.
"1 AND ALL, COME FOX UGA IN.-. TO BUT-
JL TERFIELD real e<statp. Crocker building.
FUKNITI/KJS FOX SAXK.
TJEDROOM SET, $11: PATENT TABLES,
J-> $2 15: Roxbury Brussels, 75c laid; oilcloth,
20c; open evenings. SHIREK, 1310 Stockton st.
ICE SUNNY CORNER fITaT OF FIVE
-IA rooms, completely furnished for hoosekeeping,
for sale at a bargain, $185. 685 Harrison street,
corner of Third.
HG. KRASKY, CARPETS, PICTURES^
. folding, iron beds, furniture: low prices; Cal.
stepladder manulactd for the trade. 779 Mission.
'■ T/riiNITURF OF 9 ROOMS; CHEAP. CALL i
X from 10 to 12 and from 4 to 6 at 428 Sutter st,, m
downstnirs.
riUT PRICES IN FURNITURE ANDCAKPi-
\J this week at McCABE'S, 918-950 Mission St.
"DEDUCTIONS ON LARGE BTOCK, NEW AND
Xt second hand: 400 carpets, good as new; oi 1 .-
-cloth, 25c; parlor suits, $19 up: linoleum, 45c;
7-piece chamber suits, $14 50; cornice-poles, 23c:
ranges, $6; cash or installments; good. shipped
free. T. H. NELSON, 126 Fourth st.
VABPKXS.
R^JS^ETsT^cT^ATDT^R^aTuirY^^B^U^u
sels, 75c. laid: linoleum, 40c: heavy ollclotli,
20c; open evenines. si! i:ek, 1310-1812 Stockton.
_ CAKPfcT CLEANING. '
XTATIONAL CARPET BE ATING^AND RE N<>
±\ vating Works, HAM PTON & NUNAN : laying
and altering. 313-315 Guerrc-ro; Tel. Mission 244.
ITY STEAM CARPET-BEATING AND
Renovating Works, S8 and 40 Eighth St. G. R.
STEVENS, manager. Telephone >"0., south 250.
./"CARPETS THOROUGHLY CLEANED AND
\J renovated same as new. S. FERGUSON &
CO., 23 Tenth st. Telephone number, souih 3t5.
HEN YOU BECOME DISGUSTED WITH
11 poor work send to SPAULDING'S Pioneer Car-
pet Beating Works, 353-7 Tehama; tei. So-40.
pONKLIN'S CARPET BEATING WORKS. 333
\J Golden Gate aye.; telephone east 126.
rtARPETS WELL CLEANED. BARBER'S, 238
\J 14th, nr. Mission; tel. (Mission) 100.
HE J. E. MITCHELL CARPET-CLEANINO
Co. (incorp.): old established carpet cleaning
machines; cleaning 3c yard. 230 14th, tel. 6074.
J MCQUEEN'S CARPET BEATING ANDREN-'
• ovauns works. 453 Stevenson: tel. 3228.
KUK SALE- MISCELLANEOUS.
TViOR SALE— A BARGAIN; the^excelsiob v
JO Studio," 409 Stanyan St., opposite Oak-st. en- m
trance to park; complete photo and ferrotype out* '
tit; call and investigate.
T>fLLTARD-TABLE. HALF CASH AND IN-
J-> stallments. 18 First st.
THRASHING ENGINE FOR SALE CHEAP—
x One Bxl4 straw-burning thrasnlng engine, with
brand new boiler: built to carry a working pressure
of 100 pounds of steam. Apply at T. J. MOYNI-
IIAN'S boiler works, 311 and 313 Mission st.,
southwest corner Beale.
AI N TER S ' FALLS, LADDERS VERY
cheap. Address Painter, box 31, Call Offlce.
"PNEUMATIC SAFETY, $30. INQUIRE J.
X HUNTER, Steele's Store, Ocean View.
INE SODA FOUNTAIN, WITH MARBLE
slab; cheap. 440 Van Ness aye.
TVTEW $100 LADY'S SAFETY; $50 CASH OR
-L^l installments. 326 McAllister st.
A 1 LOT OF EASTERN STANDARD MAKES
-TV of safes which have been taken In exchange
as part payment for the Waltz safes, as follows:
3 burglar-proof bank orcoin safes, 7 jewelers' safes,
8 pawnbrokers' safes, 13 merchant safes: tire and
burglar proof : all sizes; at less than half Co3t; sea
them before you order. The Waltz Safe Salesroom,
221 and 223 Market St., factory 13 and 15 Drumm
6t., San Francisco. Cal. -
TVTEW RANG CHEAPER THAN SECOND-
Ii hand. W. 8. RAY Mfg Co.. 12 Californiast.
"WILSHIRE SAFE. LETTER-PRESS. SCALE,
>> coffee-mill and money-till : cheap. 102 Clay st.
OUNTERS, SHELVING, SHOWCASES
bought and sold. 1121 ' . Market, bet. 7th and S:U
money xo LOAN. v.
tjvJreign and "lo^aTc^St^lTin't rust*.
-T to loan on first mortgage at 6 per cent ; second
mortgage, 1 per month: furniture, piano 2; life in- w
surance policies from $100 up. Loan, box 1 7, Call, yf
T OANSON REAL ESTATE, IST AND 2ND
JU mortgages, pianos, furniture; collaterals; any
amount: lowest rates. BECKER, 240 Montgomery.
Off HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE WITHOUT
removal, warehouse receipts and other securi-
ties. Room 68, Donohoe building, cor. Market and
Taylor sts. .
8T AND 2ND MORTGAGES, LIFE INSUR-
-1 ance policies, bank books. GOULD, t>33 Market.
T OWEST RATES ON CITY, COUNTRY AND
L collateral securities. SHADBURNE JR. __
Co., 313 Montgomery st. . • '■ ■
— KY HUM (CITY)— DIAMONDS, ESTATES,
furniture, realty. si-i:civ>. 30 Montgomery.
MONEY LOANED ON JEWELRY AND DlA-
monds. Mills' building, fifth floor, room 6.
0*" N AKY SECURITY. AT LOW RATES; DEAL-
"ing confidential. 43 Crocker building.
TST AND 2D MORTGAGES, ESTATES,
lpianos.allmony ;any sum. MURPHY.62B Market.
TfUNIcIPAL LOAN OFFICE, CROCKER
IVI building, room 57; telephone Main 5122.
" NY SUM OF money ADVANCED ON
JrL your furniture, pianos or real estate; low rates;
call and state your proposition or write: open
evenings. J. NOONAN, 1021 Mission s;.
ONEY LOANED ON J E V AND OTHE R
iVI valuables at the Security ' Loan Bank, 1103
Market St.. nr. Mason: private entrance 7 Turk.
~~~~ STOKAGE
4 DVANcJtft H_J»ON LLSBBS
-A. STORAGE WAREHOUSE CO., 906 Market St.
WILSON BROS., 1710 MARKET ST., BET\ v
T? Turk and Van Ness— Get our rates and exj 1
amine our method for storage of furniture and iuVJ?
kinds of household goods; dust and vermin proof;
separate rooms at low rates.
AFE, DRY. CHEAP PLACE TO STORE YOUR
furniture, etc. LUNDY FURNITURE COM-
PANY, 818 Mission st. . \
VRNITUReTITaNOS AND OTHER MER- ' J
Jj chandise received on storage; money advanced
on consignments; fire-proof building. 410 Post St.,
"QTOR AGEOF FURNITURE, PIANOS, HOUSE-
O hold goods, etc. J. M. PIKRCE, 735 Markets^
F~" IRST-C LASS STORAGE; ADVANCES MADBf *
J? 421-423 Market at. CHAS. L..TAYLOB.

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