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FROM FARM AND ORCHARD
Kern and Tulare Said to Be
the Banner Wheat
DRIED FRUIT AGENCY FORMED.
Santa Clara Orchardlsts Organize to
Shut Out the Specu
Grain-buyers declare that Kern and
Tulare counties will be the banner coun
ties this year in the grain yield. In the
San Joaquin Valley the wheat crop will
bo a little above the average.
The Phoenix Herald says that, the army
worm made its appearance in that part of
the country and cut some alfalfa and other
crops, but "the sun got too hot on it and
cooked its destructive qualities in short
Indications for a splendid grape crop in
Orange County were never better than at
the present time, so the grape-growers re
port. The vines this year seem exception
ally strong, vigorous and healthy. — Santa
Santa Clara County fruitmen have or
panized an agency to control tue selling of
dried fruit, and speculators are now shut
out. The fruitmen have determined to
establish agencies in all the important
Experiments show that sheep of 7 to 10
months old can be made to gain 14 pounds
for every 100 pounds of digestible materials
consumed, while those of 18 months will
make a gain of br.t 5 pounds. It is not
easy to get a profit from feeding old sheep.
A lemon tree in the Sweetwater Valley,
S;m Diego County, has just yielded thirty
one and a half boxes of marketable lemons.
At s3 per box tliis yield would represent
$!H 00 for a single tree, and eighty trees to
the acre, at this rate would produce $7otio.
Lemon-growing has superb possibilities. —
Los Angeles Times.
That bugbear known as the Fair holding
of wheat is no longer a menace to the Cali
fornia farmer. The 200,000 tons will soon
be on the way to Liverpool. It is to be
hoped that the* lesson afforded by the late
Senator Fair's losing scheme to corner the
wheat market will deter future specula
tors from attempts of the kind that re
sult not only in big loss to themselves, but
in disaster to the agriculturist and inter
ests depending on him.
The Stockton Record observes that in
the grape-growing section of the San
Joaquin Valley the hog has proven a very
remunerative crop, feeding on the. late
grapes. These late grapes ripening in the
rainy season are often "left to rot on the
vines, and in case they are gathered do
not make a profit for "the grower. Put
them on the inside of a hog and they will
pay handsomely on the investment.
A pig at its birth should weigh about
three pounds. At the end of the first
month the weislit should have increased
to nfiee:i, and it should continue to grow
until at the tenth month it has attained a
weight of 300 pounds. That is, if it is kept
that long, but the most profitable hog is
the one marketed when seven or eieht
months oki. The cost of pork is 50 per
cent greater if made in the tenth month
Lhas in the fifth month in the food con-
Bnmed. Quick returns and quick profits
should be the aim of the. swine breeder.
On the subject of hops, the Santa Rosa
Republican says: Miller and Purrington's
yards produced 100 tons last season. This
year the hops are coming up slowly, hav
ing been attacked by a new variety of
bug. Mr. Purrinjrton, after a number of
unsuccessful experiments, has discovered
a way to eradicate the pest. He takes two
bricks, one of which he places flat side
down on the ground. Then he finds a
bug. This he "places on the first brick,
gently lays the other brick upon it, and
stands on it forty seconds. This is infalli
Anent the claim made through the press
that Arizona was first in the market with
a shipment of apricots, about the middle
of May, and the boast of Territorial papers
of their "land of early fruit." the Vaca
ville Reporter rises to remark that ship
ments of apricots were made from Winters
as early as April 30, ana that the shipper
on that date was G. W. Hinckley of Sky
High Ranch in Vacaville Township. Sky
High Ranch is famous for its fruits, and
has enjoyed for years the reputation of
furnishing the earliest fruits in Cali
Preserving Fruits in Lime.
A new method of preserving fruits and
vegetables, in use in France, consists sim
ply in bedding the fruit in lime. The fol
lowing is given as a general statement of
the results of experiments : First, the lime
does not in the least attack the skin of the
fruit, even after prolonged contact; second,
the fruit does not dry any more in the lime
than in the air; third, no change takes
place in the fruit other than such as is the
natural consequence of its evolution. The
method was tested on oranges, artichokes,
cherries, gooseberries, prunes, tomatoes,
onions, potatoes, trrapes, pears, apples,
sugar beets and chestnuts with their shells
removed. Tomatoes kept well for two
weeks, and half of them for nearly Jive
weeks. In another trial tomatoes picked
before fully ripe in order to save them
from an early frost and put in lime on Oc
tober 22 were good till January 15. Pears
of a variety that he had been unable to
keep beyond December in any other way
kept well in lime till the middle of April.
The most interesting results, and it
seems to Dr. Caldwell the most striking,
were obtained with grapes. Three va
rietios were packed in lime on September
13; the first examination of them was
made December 22, when all were in good
condition: April 15 two bunches of one
variety were taken out, one of which was
fairly well preserved, the other very well;
all of one of the other varieties were in a
bad condition and were removed. On May
2 the box was emptied, and all of those
still remaining were in excellent condition.
In another trial, made in the preceding
year, the last bunch of grapes in the box
was taken oiu July 1, when half of the
berries were well preserved and had an ex
Grades of Hay.
The following were the rules regulating
the grades of hay and straw as adopted by
the convention of the National Hay
dealers' Association, held at Cleveland:
Choice timothy hay.— Shall be timothy
not mixed with over one-twentieth other
grasses, properly cured, bright, natural
color, sound and well baled.
No. 1 timothy hay. — Shall be timothy
not more than one-fi*th mixed with other
tame grasses, property cured, good color,
sound and well baled.
No. 2 timothy hay — Shall include all
timothy not good enough for No. 1, not
over one-third mixed with other grasses,
Bound and well baled.
No. 3 timothy hay — Shall include all
hay not good enough for other grades,
Bound and well baled.
No. 1 mixed clover hay — shall be tim
othy and clover mixed, with at least one
half timothy, good color, sound and well
No. 2 mixed clover hay — Shall be tim
othy and clover mixed, with at least one
third timothy, reasonably sound and well
No. 1 clover hay — Shall be medium
clover, not over one-twentieth other
grasses, properly cured, sound and well
No. 2 clover hay — Shall be clover, sound
well baled, not good enough for No. 1.
No grade hay — Shall include all hay
badly cured, musty, stained or in any way
Choice prairie hay — Shall be upland
hay, of bright color, well cured, sweet,
sound and reasonably free from weeds.
No. 1 prairie hay— Shall be upland, and
may contain one-quart«r midland of good
color, well cured, sweet, sound and reason
ably free from weeds.
No. 2 prairie hay — Shall be upland of
fair color, or midland of good color, well
cured, sweet, sound, reasonably free from
No. 3 prairie hay — Shall be midland of
fair color, or slough of erood color, well
cured, sound and reasonably free from
No. 4 prairie hay— Shall include all hay
not good enough for other grades, and not
No grade prairie hay— Shall include all
hay not good enough for other grades.
A writer in the Jersey Bulletin gives his
opinion of the best ration and treatment of
mifch cowb, it being based on an experi
ence of fifteen years. Regularity of time
of milking and feeding are Highly impor
tant. He says: "The best ration I ever
used was composed of one part peas, two
of corn and four of oats, well mixed and
ground together. Of this I give from eight
to twelve quarts per day. according to the
size of the cow, the hay, of course, in
cluded. I give, in addition to the above,
about three times a week, wheat bran — all
they will eat— besides the parings of pota
toes, turnips, etc., from the kitchen. To
make a good, pure milk the cow muot have
pure water. Kindness and good shelter
are also prime necessities in the manage
ment of a cow. The finest Jersey would
prove a failure if curried with a milking
stool and sheltered with a barb-wire fence,
no matter what kind or how much feed
San Luis Obispo's Creameries.
Our county, the celebrated "cow county"
of the State, says the San Luis Obispo
Tribune, has caught the spirit of the times
and its dairymen in every section are
forming creamery companies, filing arti
cles of incorporation and making ready to
keep abreast with the progress of the day.
Creameries are about to be started at Cam
bria, Nipomo and one neav this city on the
In Cambria there will be two companies,
the Home and Cambria creameries, each
with a capital stock of $10,000, most of
which has been subscribed. Messrs. Gil
bert Van Gordon, Antonio Luche^sa, B. F.
Martin, Ira R. Whittaker and Amos
Smithers are the directors of the Home
Creamery. Those of the Cambria Cream
ery Company are Messrs. B. G. Tognazzi,
R. A. Miner* Phillip Kaetzel, Paul Selacci
and John Taylor.
The Union Creamery, which will do
business near this city, has a capital stock
of $10,000, SIOO per share. Messrs. Peter
Tognazzini, Louis Ferrasci, Angelo Fer
rasci, H. Brunner and J. A. Righetti are
Nipomo is also in the van, and its com
pany has filed articles of incorporation,
with capital stock of $10,000, with $.50 a
share. There are six directors: Messrs.
J. S. Sheehv, D. A. Dana, C. M. Popp, F.
Brown, H. Mehlschau and S. Paulson.
When all of the above creameries are
opened for business San Luis Obispo dairy
men can well boast of being among the
foremost in the profession, if such it may
There is a clause in the New Zealand
local option bill providing that every man
convicted of being an habitual drunkard
shall be photographed at his own expense
and every publication in the district in
which he lives supplied with a copy.
SAN FRANCISCO "CALL.'-
BUSINESS OFFICE of the San Francisco Cam^
-710 Market street, open until 12 o'clock every
night in the year.
EEAKCH OFFICES— 63O Montgomery street,
corner Clay: open until 9:30 o'clock.
889 Hayes street, open until 9:30 o'clock.
717 Larkin street, open until 9:30 o'clock.
SW. corner Sixteenth and Mission streets, open
until 9 o'clock.
2618 Mission street, open until 9 o'clock.
116 .Ninth street, open until 9:30 o'clock.
NOTICE OF MEETINGS.
i3KS» CAiiFoifNiA 'lodge no. 1, P. «
I*-^ and A. U. will meet HIS (TIIURS- £\
DAY) EVENING. Juno (i, at 7:30 o'clock. 'Kjl?
Stated meeting. By order of the Master, /v 1
FRANKLIN H. DAY, Sec.
(^3s= DORIC LODGE NO. 216, F. AND J>
"^ A. M.— Stated meeting TO-NIGHT *V
at 8 o'clock. By order of the W. M. wy
ADOLPH KRONBERG, Sec. A^^N
Ijp-^p GOLDEN WEST LODGE NO. v^4UtoT~
; IS^ 322, 1. O. O. F., meets TO-^Sg^.
NIGHT, March 28. Election of o:K- : *S*ffi£§= :
cers. Members requested to at- -^y/yi\^-
tend. JAMES F. BURKE, Noble Grand.
W. L. Owes, Recording Secretary. .
St-^S= YERBA BUENA LODGE
BS^*' No. 15, 1. 0.0. F.-An election
of officers for the ensuing term will be -SJ.^jtSj^
held THURSDAY EVENING, June 6. ''w/^
U. S. G. CLIFFORD, N. G.
. E. G. Harrison , Recording Secretary.
!JP3P FRANCO -A M R I C AI N E o^mx*
ttjS' JjOdge No. 207, 1.0. 0.F.-Ofli-^^^-
cers and members please lake notice, -* < >^N pr
election of officers next THURSDAY ' >^/m^
EVENING, June 6. - FELIX CANDAU, N.G.
i Joseph Champion, R. S.
Bfcr§= FIRST ANNUAL PICNIC OF THE UK-
ltr*& nevolent Society Star of Finland on SUN-
DAY, June 9, 1895, at Plittsville Park, East Oak-
land; take Oakland local to Fruitvale station.
Admission to park— adults 25c, children under 12
free. The mem bers of the society and the music
will leave foot of Market st. on 10 a. m. boat. By
order of A. HAG AN, President.
N. W. Wicki/itnd, Recording Secretary.
S£^g= ANNUAL MEETINIi-THE REGULAR
v*-" annual meeting of the stockholders of the
Odd Fellows' Hall Association of San Francisco
will be held In room No. 1, Odd Fellows' Hall,
southwest corner of Market and Seventh streets,
San Francisco, Cal.. on TUESDAY, the 11th day
of June, 1895, at the hour of 8 o'clock p. m., for
the purpose of electing a board of directors to serve
for the ensuing year, and the transaction of such
other business as may come before the meeting.
DAVIS LOUDERBACK. President.
C. F. O'Nkii., Secretary.
l*"*^ no pain. Chiropodlc Institute, 36Vi Geary.
jFl3f» MISS OLIVE WHITNEY, BATHS,
I ib*&' hand-rubbing for rheumatism and pain.
Room 5, 110 Sixth st.
iJtf^S= NOTICE — ABANDONED CHILDREN
'-*-»' in the Roman Catholic Orphan Asylum
since January 3, 1894: Susan Snyder, age 8
years: Anna Walker, age 8 years: Rose Duggan,
age 8 years: Mary Duggan, age 7 years: Joseph-
ine Fitzgerald, ftjc 10 years; Mary Scully, age 11
years; Elizabeth Scully, agt- 8 years: Katherine
Foran, age 10 years: Anna Foran. age 8 years:
Mary Foran, age 7 years; Mabel Gaffey, age 13
years: Marie Cavassl, age 10 years: Victoria
Ruiz, age 10 years: Ignatia Rodriguez, age 0 years;
Dolores Rodriguez, age 4 years; Mary Downey, age
13 years: Katherine Engelbert, age 7 years;
Ornestina Beyanka, age 10 years; Argentine
Beyanka. age 6 years; Adeline Malagamoo, age 10
years: Loretio Malnyambo, age 7 years. Respect-
fully, SISTERS OF CHARITY.
5K2?> ROOMS WHITENED. $1 UP: PAPER-
*»•»' ed S3 60 tip. 309 Sixth. George Hartman.
3KgP~BAD TENANTS EJECTED FOR~?4T
BrJS' Collections made, city or country. Pacific
Collection Co., 415 Montgy st. t room 6, Tel. 5580.
a^S=~~ROOMS WHITENED, $1 UP; PAPER-
CC^ ed, $3 up. J. DKLKER, 503 Jessie st.
a[^=S=» ALL COURTS— LEGAL PRIVATE MAT-
•*--«^ ters: confidential; advice free. ATTOR-
NEYJMcCABE. 1027 Market St.
>st^g= > " CHARLES H. PHILLIPS, ATTORNEY-
CSr~»' at-law and Notary Public, 638 Market st.,
opp. Palace Hotel. Residence, 1620 Fell st. Tele-
(KSf J.B. McINTYKE, BOOKBINDER AND
•Jr-^ Printer. 422 Commercial st.
LADIES! FOR AN Al SERVANT SEE J. F.
JU CROSETT <fc CO., 312 Sutler st. ;
AT THE SWEDISH EMPLOYMENT BU-
reau first-class Swedish and German girls are
awaiting situations. 832 Geary st. : telephone 983.
T/^PJESrIIS C AN GET RELIABLE HELP
1-i at MRS, FENTON'S, 106V 3 Stockton st. ; - ■
T ADIES-GOOJ) SERVANTS, CITY OR COUN-
-LJ try, at MME. LEOPOLD'S, 957 Market gt.
1/ IRST-CLABS MSTRESs, AND DRESS-
"SSS? r< thorough, desires a position as maid or
as child 3 nurse; understands hairdressing: would
Can Office . StCOncl work - Address S. D., box 139,
pOM PETENT VVOMA"N"WANTS COOKING~OR
V^' housework in this I city, Cokland or Alameda.
Call or address 439 Seventeenth st. ; • . ■
SWEDISH OIRL WANTS A PLACE FOR GEN-
bJ eral bousewori and cooking. 921 Mission sU
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1895.
BY RESPECTABLE WOMAN AS „ FlRST-
class laundress or chambermaid: city or coun-
try; no objection to general housework: reference.
Call at 49 Minna st. . . -- , - ■ ■ . , :'■-.-
USICAL YOUNG LADY, (PIANO, VIOLIN)
wishes situation as companion and music
teacher; no objection traveling. HENRIETTA,
care TEMPLE, room 12. Pheian building. ■
WKDISH GIRL WANTS A SITUATION TO
do cooking and housework. Call 843 Howard.
do cooking and housework. Call 843 Howard.
T\REBSMAK£R WANTS ~ FEW MORE EN-
XJ gagements in families or at home; cutting and
fitting a specialty. MRS. WIRSCH, 516 t'olsom.
STRONG GIRL WANTS SITUATION AS COOK
in boarding-house or plain laundress. Address
A. H., box ISO, Call Office. «
ANTED — A SITUATION BY A PROTES-
" tan; woman todo general housework: isa good
cook and laundress. Address Cook, box 94, Call.
1 ) ESPECTABLE YOUNG GIRL WISHES TO
XV do general housework in an American family;
food references: no objection to the country.
Please address R. G., box 151. Call. ■
SCANDINAVIAN GIRL WANTS SITUATION
O to do general housework; good cook; will do
plain washing; wages $20. Call at 1409 Harrison
St., near Tenth.
\ r OUN(i GERMAN GIRL WOULD LIKE PC?
.' 1 sition at regular housework. Call at 428 Chest-
nut st., rear. j
'. Irl wishes a situation TO DO GEN-
'' eral housework: first-class cook. Reply at 212
Langton st., near Harrison. .
IT OUSE KEEPER-BY INDUSTRIOUS YOUNG
XX widow with a child in widower's family in coun-
try. L. M., box 64, Call Office. ■
yOUNG WOMAN WISHES SITUATION;
X housework; country preferred. 1032 Market
St., room 13.
WE DISH GIRL WANTS HOUSEWORK;
will take care of children or cook on : city
will take care of children or cook on ranch : city
or country. Address box 6, Oakland office Call.
p ERMAN WOMAN, GOOD COOK, WANTS A
VX situation in city or country; good references.
Apply 405 Gough st. *_
pOMPETENT WOMAN WANTS WORK BY
\J the day, washing or housekeeping. Call at
1038y 3 Folsom st.; ring lower bell.
COTCH WOMAN WANTS A PLACE TO DO
SCOTCH WOMAN WANTS A PLACE TODO
housework in small family. Call at 61 Jessie
St., between First and Second.
GERMAN WOMAN, AN EXPERIENCED
VX cook, wishes a place In private boarding-
house, restaurant or institute in the city. Address
8. T., box 16, this office.
AN EASTERN WIDOW WOULD LIKE
-». position as housekeeper; widower or bachelor.
Call at 132 Sixth St., room 23.
IRST^CLASS"COOK WISHES SITUATION
IjMRST-CLASS COOK WISHES SITUATION
' in private family or general housework in small
family; no washing: references. Call 310 Guerrero
St.. near Twenty-third.
A MERICAN GIRL (17) TO ASSIST WITH
-TV- light housework. 1170 Market St., room 96.
T)ELIABLE WOMAN WANTS POSITION:
Xt understands German and American cooking:
good laundress; or housework; Protestant: refer-
ences. Call or address Cook, 228 Seventh st.
V olT KG GERMAN GIRL WISHES PLACE TO
X learn dressmaking. Address 1338^ Alabama.
WOMAN WANTS SITUATION: IS GOOD
M cook; city or country. Call 815 Mission St.,
p ERMAN GIRL WOULD LIKE A PLACE TO
VX do housework or upstairs work in the Mission.
Please call or address 16 Whitney st., nr. Thirtieth.
-CLASBJ.AUNDRESS WANTS WORK
in hotel or boarding-house. Address L., box
BY GIRL TO ASSIST IN LIGHT HOUSE-
work. Apply 132 Church st.
V YOUNG IRISH GIRL; PLAIN COOKING
or housework: first-class reference. Call 308
Suiter st., room 64.
OOD DRESSMAKER (GERMAN) WISHES
engagement in American family; good refer-
ence. Address MISS KOSTEL, care Girls' Direc-
tory, Park aye. and Lott st.
ijURST-CLASS COOK WANTS SITUATION IN
American family; would go in the country. 218
Austin st-, near Franklin.
p ERMAN GIRL WISHES PLACE WITH GER-
VX man family to do light housework or taKe care
of children. 271 Stevenson st. -• - : . ;*
RESPECTABLE SWEDISH GIRL WISHES
Xt work pan of the day; references. Address W.,
box 59, this office.
ADY WITH FRESH BREAST OF MILK
wishes baby to nurse at her home. Address 946
Howard st. .-■■■—^.- \
RESSMAKER, FIRST-CLASS FITTER,
XJ stylish draper and designer: thorough dress-
maker, by the day; 104 Grove. MISS WARWICK.
"yOUNG GIRL WOULD LIKE TO DO ANY
X kind of work. 105 Fifth st.
V SWEDISH GIRL TO DO GENERAL
housework and cooking in American family.
Call 23 Decatur st., bet. Seventh and Eighth, Bry-
ant and Brannan.
"p ERMAN WOMAN WISHES TO GO OUT BY
VJ the day: washing, ironing and cleaning. 637
Stevenson st. .between Seventh and Eighth.
V O 6 N G WIDOW WISHES POSITION AS
X housekeeper or typewriter. Call at 620 Market
St., room 7, opposite Palace Hotel.
yOUNG FRENCH GIRL WISHES A SITUA-
X tion as maid, or to take care of children: can
teach French and do sewing. Address 35 Hardy
St., cor. Sixteenth.
STYLISH DRESSMAKER: FIT GUAR-
anteed; $1 50 per day; cut by tailor system:
city or country. Address N. A., Call Branch Office,
2518 Mission st,
ousekeeper;— position desired by
young German lady; city or country. Address
121 Montgomery St.. room 9.
RESSMAKER. FIRST CLASS, WISHES
work in families or at home; fit guaranteed;
prices moderate; references. 621 Ellis st.
OOD, RELIABLE WOMAN WISHES SITU A-
tion In the country in boarding-house or ranch ;
capable of doing all kinds of work. 230 Eighth st.,
SITUATION WANTED BY GERMAN GIRL
O to do plain cooking and general housework in
German family. Address 787 Folsom st. ■
yOU.NG LADY WOULD LIKE POSITION TO
X assist in housework in Protestant family; is
neat, willing and obliging; $8 a month. Address
H. M., box 7, this office.
TEADY " \V( A N WISH Is~WORK BY THE
0 day washing and housecleaning. 829 Hayes
St., near Fillmore.
Yf IDDLE- AGED AMERICAN WIDOW
i»X wishes a position as housekeeper in widower's
family where there are children: capable of super-
intending their education and wardrobe; refer-
ences given; Alameda County preferred. J. G.,
box 22, Call Office.
EASTERN LADY WITH BEST OF REFER-
ences as to experience in the line. etc.. would
take charge of servants and one or more households
during the absence of the family in Europe or
elsewhere. Address E. L.. box 65, Call Office.
SECRETARY, REPORTER OR DRAUGHTS-
O woman, experienced lady, desires work. MRS.
SHELLEY, 2UOI Geary st.
p ENTLEMEN'S MENDING. 105 STOCKTON
VJT St., room 78. •;■;,'>-,',."<
RESPECTABLE GERMAN WOMAN WISHES
-Lt a situation to do housecleanlng. Ironing and
washing by the day. Address 16Va Sumner st.
■youNG WOMAN WHO WORKS BY THE DAY
X wishes ft room in small family where baby HA
years old can be taken care of during the aay, bet
Eighth and Twelfth, Howard and Market. Address
L. X., Call Branch Office, 339 Hayes st.
LAIN SEWING AND GENTLEMEN'S
1 mending at room 20, 325 Bush st.
VOUKO GERMAN GIRL WISHES A SITU-
X atlon at light housework. Apply 947 Bryant st.
rnBAINED SCOTCH NURSE DESIRES A FEW
X more engagements in medicai, surgical or mas-
sage treatment: lady or gentleman. Address or
call 110 a Hayes st. .
YOUNG LADY WOULD LIKE to ASSIST
X mornings in return for room and board. Ad-
dress Z., box 65, Call Office.
Dressmaker"— make dresses FOR $3
and up: house dress, 75c: children's dresses
from 25c up. 355 Jessie st.
p ERMAN GIRL WISHES SITUATION WITH
vT respectable family for upstairs or light house-
work. Apply 934 Folsom St.
pOLORED GIRL WISHES A SITUATION TO
\.- ; assist in housework and baby, or take care of
baby; wastes $10 to $12. Address E. E., box 147,
DEFINED LADY DESIRF.S POSITION AS
XV housekeeper. Call 1055 Mission st. from 1 to 5.
IDDLE-AGED WOMAN WOULD LIKE PO-
sitiou on ranch or charge small country hotel :
Alameda Co. preferred. Call or address '1128V2
Harrison St., 10 a. m. to sp. m. -.
LADY SPEAKING FRENCH AND GERMAN
would like to take children to board; mother's
care assured ; reasonable terms. Apply Call Office.
p ERMAN WoMan7"aN "EXPERIENCED
vX cook, ■ wißhes a place in a private boarding-
house, restaurant or Institute in the city. Address
.S. T., box 16, thin office.
yOUNG LADY NTS SITUATION AS
X housekeeper. Call 113 Fourth st., ronm 1. \
YOUXfi LADY WOULD I.IK GENTLE-
X men's mending. • 144 Fifth St., room 6.
TVT IDOW. WITH SOME MEANS, WOULD
»» like to engage in business with a gentleman.
Call 5 Mason St., rooms 3 and 4, first floor.
GERMAN GIRL WISHES TO ACCOMPANY
-family to Europe as nnrseglrl for free passage;
the best of references. Call or address 511 Devisa-
dero st. !, ■::■■-■ \._.,.- .. ...;■;-■-■- ■-
SWEDISH GIRL WISHES TO DO GENERAL
housework and cooking. Call at 601/2 Everett
St., bet. Howard and Mission. Third and Fourth. ;
E' XPERIENCED GERMAN woman wants
Hi work by the day of any kind. Call 610 Folsom.
Y OUNG LADY OF REFINEMENT WISHES
X position as governess or lady's companion; city
or traveling; good hand at sewing; very best of
recommendations. Address MISS L. G., box 71,
this office. .' .1 : . » ;, V;
RESSMAKE R— FIRST-CLASS WORK
guaranteed: cutting, fitting and suits made
up: goods furnished If desired by MRS. HELENS,
418 Ellis St., room 33. formerly 604 O'Farrell st. .
yOUNG LADY WISHES ■; GENTLEMAN
X partner; good paying business. 5 Mason, room 7.
RESSMAKER WANTS FEW MORE EN-
gagements: satisfaction guarantee!. Call or
address 152 Erie st. ■ i3S»3*3lfsEi@Sa
SITUATIONS WANTED— MALE.
A CTIVEYOUNG^IAN : "IIAs"?Ew'HOrBB
/V in evening to spare; willing to do anything for
fair compensation. Address MONTEITH, box 89,
Call Office. . ;
WANTKD-SITUATION AS VALET, TRAY-
' ' el Ing servant or to wait on invalid gentleman
by Englishman ; has traveled the continent of Eu-
rope; has many years' experience; no incum-
brance: 8 years' reference from present employer.
Address Valet, box 147, San .Mateo.
TVr SITUATION AS FOREMAN AND
.".gardener; has long and first-class reference:
marrlod. E. F., box 59. Call Office. ! .
BARBER- YOUNG MAN 4 YEARS IN THE
XJ business would like a steady place; start in
Monday morning; wages no object. Address E.,box
9. Call Office. ,
W ANTED— PLACE AS WATCHMAN : SOBER,
" . reliable man ; day or night : references if re-
quired. Call or address R. B. W., 15 Market St.,
room 32. , •
W"AITER— ACTIVE YOUNG MAN. DESIRES
«' engagement In boardinc-house or restaurant.
Address Walter, room 11, 816 Stockton st. . :- ,<
\\r TED— MIDDLE-AGED man, a vet-
'' eran, with references, can do carpentering,
painting and care of horses, cow and garden: low
wages and a. good quiet home rather than high
wages. Address W. X., box 66, this office.
fURST-CLASS MACHINIST AND STATION-
J- ary engineer wants position, city or country.
Address T. A., box 99, this office. ■
T) ARKEEPER, EXPERIENCED, WITH BEST
XJ of references, wishes a good position; town or
country; single; speaks German. Address 523
Koarny st., room 66.
C ITUATION WANTED BY A MIDDLE-AGED
O man to make himself useful; city or country:
wages no object. Address S. W., box 49 Call Office.
" ANTE D— PLAIN PAINTING ; S. F. OR OAK-
land, $160 per day. Box 10, Oakland Call Office.
yol'Su GERMAN MAN LOOKING FORA
X place to make himself generally useful around
the house or store. Address 50% Third ___ room 1.
BOY 17, LIVING WITH PARENTS, WISHES
situation in the country to do chores. Address
X., box 5. Call Office.
pOACHMAN, THOROUGHLY EXPERT
\J enced in care of horses; good, careful driver;
good gardener; can milk, handy with tools; good
city references. Address A. S., box 132, Call Office.
COACHMAN (ENGLISH) WHO THOROUGH-
\J ly understands his business: understands gar-
dening and cows: willing and obliging; first-class
references. Address TED, 1725 Everett St., Ala-
MERICAN MAN AND WIFE WANT SlTU-
atlon on fruit ranch; capable of management;
10 years of practical experience. Address H., box
61, Call Branch Office.
GOOD HOUSE - PAINTER WITH TOOLS
wants work by the day or take contract. W.
C, 3021 Pine st. .. ■ -■
WASTE D — WORK BY' blacksmith-
»' helper; has experience at shoeing and wagon-
work. Address Blacksmith, 8. M. A., box 61, Call
\\T ANTED — BY AN ELDERLY MAN, TO
»" take care of gentleman's place; Is good gar-
dener; care of horses and cows if necessary; city
or country. Address S. W.. 123 Twenty-sixth st.
BY YOUNG SCANDINAVIAN ON PRIVATE
place; good reference. Address P. P., box 37,
STRONG AUSTRIAN BOY, AGE 17, WISHES
to learn a trade; blacksmith or plumber. Please
call or address R. CUCAGNA, 815 Broadway.!
V\r ANTED— WORK BY YOUNG GERMAN
'» man In kitchen: make beds or other work.
Address H. VIBLITZ, 533 Sacramento, room 81.
MAN AND WIFE, in COUNTRY or CITY;
experienced farmer: position as foreman pre-
ferred. Address F... l>o\ 125. Call Office.
FEMALE HELP WANTED.
3 COOKS FOR VINEYARDS, $20; 2 WAlT-
resses. city, $15. MURRAY & READY, 634
Clay st. a
RENCH COOK. $25; HOUSEWORK 1
lady, $25; second girl, country, $25; house-
work girl, Stockton, $25: Alameda, 925; German
cook, $20; hotel cook, $35. MISS CULLEN, 105
WAITRESSES, SUMMER RESORT; $25;
~i see party here. Apply early to MISS CULLEN,
105 Stockton st.
MIDDLE-AGED IRISH WOMAN COOK; $16.
MISS CULLEN, 105 Stockton st.
p HAMBERMAID] LODGING-HOUSE ; $15.
\J MISS CULLEN, 105 Stockton st.
GERMAN OK JEWISH RESTAURANT COOK;
VT $30. MISS CULLEN, 105 Stockton st,
WIDOW WITH A CHILD; $20: 2 IN FAMILY.
M MISS CULLEN, 105 Stockton st.
OTHER AND DAUGHTER, COUNTRY, $35.
MISS CULLEN, 105 Stockton st.
pERMAN OR SWEDISH HOUSEWORK
vJT girl, $22 50. MISS CULLEN, 105 Stockton.
p~ERMAN NURSE, 1 GROWN CHILD, »15.
\J .MISS CULLEN, 105 Stockton st.
■\TEAT GIRL LIGHT WORK, $10. MISS
I>l CULLEN, 105 Stockton st.
ANCH COOK, SHORT DISTANCE FROM
city, $20; German or Scandinavian girl, gen-
eral housework. $20: young Swedish girl, general
housework, $20; German nurse, care 2 children;
10 girls, light housework. $15 to $20. C. R. HAN-
SEN.& CO., 110 Geary st.
9 WAITRESSES FOR WATER RESORT, $20;
waitress and assist chambenvork, $20, moun-
tain resort; waitresses for Santa Cruz, $20, to start
the 7lh; waitress, small hotel, near city, $15; call
early. C. R. HANBEN A CO., 1 It) Geary st.
■WANTED-HEAD WAITRESS, RESORT,
ii.i $25: waitress, country hotel, $25; chamber-
maid, wait 1 meal, $20; 2 cooks, small hotels, $25;
German cook. $30: 2 French nurses, $20 and $25,
and girls for cooking and housework in city and
country. J. F. CROSETT A C 0,., 312 Sutler st.
WANTED-SWEDISH GIRL FOR ALAMEDA,
« ' $20; French cook, $20; French nurse, 1 child,
country, $20: German chambermaid, cltv, $25;
French maid and seamstress, $25. LEON ANDRE,
315 Stockton st.
EAD-WAITRESS RESORT, NE. CITY, $25;
girl, plain wash, same place, $20, see boss;
woman chamberwork lodging-house; German sec-
ond Jtelrl; 2 girls Newark; others. MME. LEO-
POLD, 957 Market st.
EAD WAITRESS, $25; WAITRESSES, $15,
$20 and $25, for country hotels and resorts;
girl lor housework, no washing, for small family in
Alameda, $15. HOTEL GAZETTE, 420 Kearny.
VOUXO GIRL FOR LIGHT HOUSEWORK;
X good home, wages $10; 2 cirls general house-
work, $25: 4 .girls, country, $20. Call 332 Geary.
OTRONG GIRL TO DO SPOTTING, BURNISH-
O ing, etc., in photo gallery. Call bet. 12 and 1
p. m. at Holler's Studio, 8 Sixth st.
EXPERIENCED DRIVING-GLOVE MAKER;
permanent position for first-class operator. M.
W. HODKINS & CO., 1708 Seventh St., West Oak-
T\r ANTED— A YOUNG MAN WANTS LADY
''partner to go in business in city. Address
T. 8., box 50, Call Office.
WANTED— IMPROVED HAND ON VESTS;
* ' none but good sewer need apply. 536 Natoma.
W" ANTED— GERMAN WOMAN COOK SMALL
"» restaurant. 639 Howard st.
OUNG NIRSEGIRL FOR~2~CHILDREN, 7
X and 9 years old; German preferred. 1316 Ellis.
WANTED -YOUNG GIRL FOR HOUSE-
'' work. 2113 Jones, near Filbert.
X PERI E N CED OPERATOR ON CUSTOM
— pants. 47 Third st.
GOOD FINISHER ON CUSTOM COATS; ALSO
vJ apprentice. 100y a Second st., room 12.
WOMAN HELP IN KITCHEN; ALSO GER-
' ' man or Jewish cook. 1020 Folsom st.
GIRL TO ASSIST LIGHT HOUSEWORK;
T small family: good home; $7. 1393 O'F&rrell.
W" ANTED— GIRL TO ASSIST WITH HOUSE-
_ work at 827 Golden Gate aye. (•
p OOD ACCOMPANIST on PIANO. profes-
XX sor RUFUS LOVE, 620 Bush St., 11 to 12.
"Y"OUNG LADIES TO LEARN TELEGRAPH;
•I qualify for good paying positions. . California
Telegraph Company, Kearny St., entrance 640 Clay.
W ANTED—SECOND GIRL TO HELP AT
'» housework and mind children; wages $10.
Apply 819 Golden Gate aye. .
"Experienced cloak operators; GOOD
— pay. MEYER & MILLER, 121 Post st.
A PPRENTICE ON COATS; MUST KNOW
-Li. how to sew. . 506 Bush st. .■
\rOUNG GERMAN GIKL WANTED: ASSIST
X light housework. 840 Seventeenth st., nr. Noe.
WANTED— WAITRESS FOR RESTAURANT.
''Call early 3131 Mission st. _,
"ANTED-GOOD, aUICK PLAIN SEWER.
108 Fourth st.
T7NERGETIC LADIES and gentlemen
— i for new plan of life, health and I accident insur-
ance: salary or commission. . International In-
demnlty Company, 206 Sansome st. ,
ROFESSOR LIVINGSTON'S DRESSCUT-
■i- ting and making school all branches. 702 Sutler.
GARMENTS • PERFECTLY COMPLETED
VJ without trying on; call: and test. Lawrence
Cnttlng-school, 1231 Market st.
pAN HAVE" DRESSES CUT AND FITTED
\J for $3: dresses popular prices or engagements
by the day; patterns to measure. ■ 11 Geary. ..-■;;:,■.
DE GARMO'S ■ WONDERFUL FRENCH
tailor method of three measures; the only .
place to learn the true method of dresscuttlng; '
complete course $10; lessons given; dressmaking
by the week or month: the latest in basting, bon-
ing, skirts, sleeves, collars, revers. etc.; dresses
made on short notice: cutting and fitting a spe-
clalty. ,DE GARMO. 219 Powell st. ,
SAL i- BiiLi' WANTED. _\
C2TABLE3IAN, CITY, 3^FARMERiT;
<J ohoreman, $10; 4 laborers near city. MUR-
RX\ & RjgADY. 634 Clay at. . : .--; :..'.;. . ■•'■■■ -,
DLACKSMTTH .-, RANCH] »40 AND
xj found: llnetender for the woods: 3 coopers;
charcoal-burner. - MURRAY & READY, 634 Clay.
CIOOK AND WIKE,SSO, COUNTRY HOTEL;
/ 3 hotel cooks, $30 i-nd $4,0 ; second cook, $35 ;
night cook, $30: Japanese dishwasher, $15. MUR-
RAY & READY, 634 Clay st. . v. > ,
X TIEMAKERS, 10C A. PIECE ; 2 WOOD-
y choppers, oak - and ■ redwood : cordwood, $1 50
and 80c a cord ; I bead | and second timber-feller,
$40 and *32 50 and board : man for log way, $40
_ milkers, country, $25; milker and chores, $18:
blacksmith, $2 60: carriage-painter; 10 laborers
for sawmill and woods, $20 and board. . B. T.
WARD & CO.. 608 and 610 Clay at. ■<■■■.;
~- -'-' HEL? WASTED- Continued. '-
ANTED— 2 COOPERS, $30 AND FOUND;
'» laborers for mill, $1 50 to $175 a day, part
fare advanced; farmers, $25; laborer for quarry;
nurseryman; second cake-baker, $2 a day; second
cook, $50, and others. Apply to J. F. CROSETT
& CO., 628 Sacramento st. _______
\\r ANTED— MACHINE~BLACKSMITH FOR
Central America. $7 a day, silver: long job.
J. F. CROSETT & CO., 628 Sacramento st. : '
ANTED — RANCH COOK, $25 and
••'J, found; good place. J. F. CROSETT & CO.,
628 Sacramento st. . .
A GRANITE BLOCKMAKERS. SEE BOSS
tt here. C. R. HANSKN & CO., 110 Geary st.
Of) ROCKMEN~AND DRILLERS. COUNTRY,
A\J $1 75 to $2 a day. C. R. HANSEN & CO.,
110 Geary st.
I>AILROAD LABORERS AND TEAMSTERS;
-LV free fare. C. R. HANSEN <fc CO., 110 Geary.
C A MEN FOR COUNTRY SA WMILL: LUM-
*J\J ber-pllers, fioormen, laborers, etc.; 2 milkers,
$26; blacksmith, $35; 10 farmers, $20 and $25.
C. R. HANSEN & CO., 110 Geary st.
DUBBER AND AMPOOER FOR BATHS AT
■LV the springs. C. R. HANSEN & CO., 110 Geary.
ANTED— FRENCH COOK FOR PRIVATE
'» family In country. Apply MISS PLUNKETT,
424 Sutter st.
"fir ANTED — A YOUNG MAN TO WASH
• • dishes and do general work in restaurant; $20
and found. Apply MISS PLUNKETT, 424 Sut-
5 LABORERS, $1 75 PER DAY; 10 LABOR-
<-rs. $1 50, call 6 o'clock; 10 Swedish or Italian,
$1 75 per day, half fare paid, ship to-day. 51 Third
st., room 12.
Q ECOND COOK WHO MAKES PASTRY, $35
0 per month: dishwasher for country hotel, $4
per week. HOTEL GAZETTE, 420 Kearny St.
TAILOR TO ASSIST IN PRESSING AND RE-
-I- pairing. 12 Montgomery St., room 10.
WANTED — YOUNG MAN WITH EXPE-
'» rienceto run elevator; must give reference.
Address E., box 111, Call Office.
MAN WANTED (ELDERLY PREFERRED)
to work In the house and garden in exchange
for home and clothes: must be trustworthy and
willing; references required. Personally, at 11:30
Saturday next, at 1236 Market st., room 70.
TRAVELING MAN FOR LIGHT WHOLE-
J. sale line: fidelity bonds required and highest
guarantee as to character and ability. Newbo, box
71, Call Office.
HELP OF EVERY KIND WANTED AT
Parisian Steam Laundry, southwest corner
Twenty-ninth and Dolores sts.
PIANIST OR VIOLINIST FOR DANCE
-L music. PROF. RUFUS LOVE, 620 Bush st. ;
11 to 12.
OOD PRESSMAN ON PANTS: STEADY
work. 460 Natoma st.
ANTED— SECOND BAKER. 1509 POLK
W" ANTED— HOTEL WAITER. 547 MISSION
W" ANTED— FIRST-CLASS COATM AKER ON
' ' custom coats. 626 Minna st.
BOOTBLACK WANTED-609 LARKIN ST.;
J-» single man preferred ; barber-shop.
COOK AND DISHWASHER WANTED AT
) 509 Post st.; basement. -
TRONO BOY TO LEARN BLACKSMITHI NG :
O experience required; reference. 828 Harrison.
"W A N TED-SU B J ECTS~~FOR mesmerism.
" 'Operator, box 29, Call Office.
W" ANTED— WITH LARGE RUPTURE.
'» to be fitted with perfect truss; new patent. 726
Mission St., room 2.
IVE MEN. CITY OR COUNTRY, TO SELL
new summer article; pay $3 50 day. Call or ad-
dress C. P. CO., 328 Seventh St.. S. F.
STEADY MAN; LIGHT INDOOR WORK,
O $80 month ; must have $150 cash. 30 Kearny
St., room 6.
"\\rANTED-SOBER, INDUSTRIOUS MaN
»» with $100 to take charge of laundry office;
$12 week guaranteed or can work on commission.
WILKE, 236 Kearny St., room 4.
ARBER-SHOP FOR SALE; 3 CHAIRS. 402
XJ Pacific; price $125.
BTrbers— first-class SHOP for sale.
Apply 107 Powell st.
ANTED — COUPLE FOR LARGE FRONT
" room: nicely furnished: 2 beds in room: $2 per
week. 564 Mission st., bet. First and Second.
DISHWASHER: ONE WHO UNDERSTANDS
XJ short-order cooking. Apply 1934 Market st.
/CLOTHING-CUTTER. -20 SANKOME STi
ANTED — DISHWASHER, $U» MONTH
and room. 611 Valencia st.
ANTED— MEN TO GET BOTTLE SHARP
steam beer, sc: bottle wine, sc. 609 Clay st.
EN'S SHOES Va-SOLED, 40c: HEELS, 25c;
done In 16 minutes. 635 Kearny st., basement.
ANTED— GOOD MOLDER. V. VASILEs"k I,
sculptor, 818 Laguna st.
DISHES CONSTITUTE THE BEST 10c
dinner on earth at 44 Fourth st.
TV ANTED— LABORERS and mechanics
»' to know that Ed Rolkln, Reno House proprie-
tor, still runs Denver House, 217 Third st. ; 150
large rooms; 25c per night; $1 to $3 per week.
ANTED— MEN WHO DO NOT RECEIVE
their wages to place accounts with us; law and
commercial collection : no charge unless successful.
KNOX COLLECTION AGENCY, 110 Sutler St.
RfJA PAIRS MEN'S GOOD SHOES, 25c TO $1.
O\)\J 562 Mission st.; also 631 Sacramento si.
PUTTERS AND TAILORS TO ATTEND THE
\J S. F. Cutting School, 12 Montgomery, rms 8-10.
WANTED- SEAMEN" FOR ALL PARTS OF
»» the world. Apply 229 Pacific st.
BARBERS, FOR EMPLOYMENT CALL SEC.
Barbers' Ass., 12 Seventh. H. SCHEUNERT.
WAKE THE DEAD — WENZEL'S ALARM
clock: no electricity. 607 Montgomery st.
R~~EMOVED~7O6 TO 726y ? , OPP. HOWARD-
JLV st. Theater; aiso 116 to 418 Fourth st.; best
place In the city for new and second-hand shoes.
ANTED— SINGLE ROOMS, 15c A DAY; $1
week; rooms for two, 26c ft day, $1 50 a, week;
reading room- daily papers. 36 Clay st.
HAT CHEER HOUSE, 629 SACRAMENTO
St.: 100 outside rooms: best spring beds; single
rooms 20c a day, $1 a week: meals, 10c.
HOES HALF-SOLED IN 15 MINUTES
while you wait at half usual price. 969 Howard.
"1 (\f\ MEN TO TAKE LODGING AT~idcTlso
X\J\J and 20c a night, including coffee and roils.
624 Washington st., near Kearny.
T INDELL HOUSE, 6Tn AND HOWARD—
JU single furnished rooms, 75c week, 15c night.
SHOES HALF-SOLED IN 10 MINUTES:
done while you wait: at less than half the usual
price; all repairing done at half price; work guar-
anteed. 562 Mission st., bet. First st.and Second st.
EST IN CITY-SINGLE ROOMS, 16, 20 AND
25 cents per night; SI, $1 25, $1 60 per week.
Pacific House .Commercial and Lcldesdorff sts.
DO"! ELLIS , ROSEDALE— PRICES REDUCED;
O~X single furnished rooms, $1 week; 20c night.
TRY ACME HOUSE, 957 MARKET ST., BE-
X low Sixth, for a room: 25c night; $1 week.
pHEAPEST AND BEST IN AMERICA— THE
\J WEEKLY CALL, sent to any address in the
United Stales or Canada one year for $1 50, post-
SOLICITORS: ENERGETIC; LADIES OR
O gentlemen: for new plan of life, health ana ac-
cident .'lnsurance; salary or commission. Call be-
tween 11 and 1, International Indemnity Com-
pany, 206 Sansome st. .
NY MAN OR WOMAN CAN MAKE $50 PER
week sure; best sellers on earth ; ornamental,
useful, necessary; everybody buys - them. ALU-
MINUM NOVELTY CO., 1508 Market st.
WANTED TO-DAY-2 LIVE CANVASSERS
»' to Introduce horse and stock, book. ED-
WARDS 7 City Hall avenue.
ROOMS W ANTED.
■\TOUNG MAN WORKING NIGHTS~WISH^S
■1- to get room with private Protestant family
where he can be called at any hour of the day. Ad-
dress A., box 122, Call Office.
VTICELY FURNISHED ROOM, BY YOUNG
-I* gentleman, bet. Market, Taylor and Geary sts.
Address N. F., box 112, Call Office.
for clothing, books and Jewelry: ostal.
DR. george~wT~leTek7 *the~"genuine
" Leek dentist, discoverer of painless extraction
and patentee of Improved bridge work or teeth
without any plate, moved from 6 to 20 O'Farrell st.
DR. J. J. LEEK, 1 FIFTH— OPEN EVENINGS,
and Sunday until noon.
AT CHALFANTS~'S,BMASON,COR. MARKET,
. sets of teeth are made to please or no charge;
on bridges, crowns and gold plates prices reduced;
small gold fillings only $2 ; painless extraction.
pROOME DENTAL ASSOCIATION, 759 MAR-
\J ket, bet. 3d and 4tn, gas specialists: only reli-
able agent for paimess extraction: artificial teeth
inn ; fillings from $1 ; extracting 60c, with gas $1.
DR. REA, 9 SIXTH ST.: ALL DENTAL WORK
at lowest prices ana warranted ; open evenings
C»7 A SET FOR TEETH: WARRANTED AS
«IP I ■ good as can be made; filling $1. DR. SIMMS,
dentist, 930 Market st., next Baldwin Theater.
ALL WORK REASONABLE AND WARRANT-
--■ cd. DR. J. W. KEY, 1122 Market st.
DR. H. G. YOUNG. BRIDGES AND TEETH
without plates a specialty. 1841 Polk st.
DR. LU D LU M " HILL, 1443 - MARKET ST.,
near Eleventh; no charge for extracting when
plates arii made; old plates made over like new;
teeth from $8 per set; extracting 60c ; gas given.
pOLTON DENTAL ASSOCIATION. 806 MAR-
\J ket st. J DR. CHARLES W. DECKER.
-Li board of directors of the Escondido Irrigation
District will receive sealed proposals for the ■ pur-
chase of tll.OO'J of the bonds of said district, and
bids will be received therefor at the office of said
board in the city of Escondido. California, until 10
o'clock a. m. on the Ist day of July, 1895.
■:,'.'.- A.J. WERDEN,
: "_; •>■■ ; -Secretary Escondido Irrigation District.
Dated May 8. 1886. ,
T^J? X " f r , ison r wiliTa^ddress call
x Office, stating where an interview can be had,
he may hear o* something to his advantage. Ad- j
dress box 112, this office.
' WOMAN OF MEANS~wT. r ULD LIKE MAN TO !
go in business. 107 Fifth st.. room 4.
ITIO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN- YOU ARE
1 hereby notified that I. MAURI'S SCHWAB of
425 Franklin st., San Francisco, Cal., will, on or
about the 20th day of June. 1895, permanently re-
move from the State of California, and any and all
persons having claims or demands against me are
hereby requested to present the same for settle-
ment and payment within ten (10) days from tne
date of this notice at my said residence. MABKUS
Dated San Francisco, June 3, 1895.
A D VICE FREE; DIVORCE LAWS A SPECIAL-
-iK ty ; collections, damages, wills, deeds, etc. G. W
HOWE, Att'y-at-law, 850 Market., cor. Stockton.
"YTEW HIGH-GRADE BICYCLE ON THE
-L' coast; large stock: agents wanted in every
town; cycleries, attention. Address Majestic Bi-
cycle Agency, 2120 Point Lobos aye., S. F.
"DAG CARPETS WOVE TO ORDER FOR SALE;
Xl> also chenille-wove rugs, silk-rag portieres;
dealer in carpet twine in hank or chain at lowest
rates. GEO. MATTHEW, 709 Fifth, Oakland, Cal.
LINCOLN BROS., 226 BIXTH ST. — NEW
cheese, 6c &>: picnic hams, 7V:»c Ib: sugar-
cured hams, lie: 20 lbs gran, sugar, $1 ; 2doz eggs,
25c: 2 rolls butter, 25c- deviled ham, 5c a can;
sardines, sc; milk, 6c: very choicest jams, 10c;
20 lbs rice, $1; 26 lbs rolled oats, $1; 6 lbs coffee
or tea, $1; 20 lbs birdseed. $1: 5-lh can baking
powder, $1: 40 lbs raisins, $1: 17 lbs cornstarch.
$1 ; 25 lbs prunes, pearl barley or split peas, $1 : 2
large cans oysters, 20c. LINCOLN BROS,. 226
R. J. MILTON BOWERS HAS RETURNED
and resumed practice at 113 Powell st.
SAVE MONEY — LADIES, FOR A WELL-
made tailor suit, or fine cape or jacket, visit the
St. Louis Wholesale Branch Store. '1152 Market st.
LA VERITE HAIR-DRESSING BAZAAR RE-
moved to Grant aye., Market and O'Farrellsts.
MRS. DR. OVVyJEK, MOVED FROM 311 i:,
Hyde to 226 Turk See ad. in medical column.-,
7 c CENTS PER DOZEN FOR CABINETS,
I O full length, at GODEUS' Art Studio, 10 Sixth.
"VfISS KING'S MARRIAGE BUREAU. W.,
I>X box 101, Call Office. ■
DRESSES CUT AND FITTED, $3; DRESSES
popular prices; engagements by day. 11 Geary.
BAILOR patterns cut TO MEASURE.
X basque or skirt, 15c. 115 Kearny st., room 14.
AIRDRESSING.2Sc.ANY STYLE: lst-CLASS
J-i shampoo, 50c: Pioneer Hair Store. BERTHA
SPITZ. 11l Stockton st.; strictly one price only.
HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR CAST-OFF
clothin books. novels. RAPHAEL, 247 4th st.
LADIES' OUTING SUITS TO ORDER; $25.
HUTT, merchant tailor. Y. M. C. A. building.
HITE WASHING MACHINE AND BRUSH
»» work; %c yard; contracts taken. WAIN-
\\ BIGHT, 1460 Market: machines sold or hired.
OME AGAIN; " WRECKERS OF HIGH
prices; fine suits, $16; dress pants, $4 75;
overcoats. $2 95. Misfit Clothing Parlors, 513
Montgomery st., cor. Commercial, upstairs.
BUY YOUR CURTAINS, LADIES' AND
gents' furnishing goods, hosiery, trimmings,
etc., at Pioneer Dry Goods Store, 105 Fifth st.
\,f ATRIMONIAL PAPER, 997 MARKET ST.;
XIX Ito 2 and 7 to Bp. v. ; by mail 1 5 cents.
SAN FRANCISCO SCHOOL FOR DANCING
and elocution. WALTER G. O'BRIEN, mana-
ger; Grove and Laguna sis. Class Mondays and
Fridays: juvenile class, Saturdays.
SINGLE BOTTLE OF~SMITH'S DANDRUFF
O Pomade is guaranteed to cure any case of dan-
druff or falling hair or money refunded: never
known to fall : try it. By all druggists price $1, or
SMITH BROS., Fresno, Cal. prl<^^
KCOND-HAND AS WELL AS NEW BARS,
O showcases, counters, sheivings, mirrors, desks,
safes, chairs, scales, etc., and a very large stock of
them, too; be sure and see stock and get prices be-
fore going elsewhere. J. NOONAN, 1017-1019-
-1021-1023 Mission st., above Sixth.
oi> MO RE C"'i — "
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 payments. J. NOONAN,
1017-1019-1021-1023 Mission St., above Sixth.
HEADQUARTERS LONG DISTANCE TELE-
phones. cheap: send for prices. Klein Electric
Works, 720 Montgomery St., San Francisco. Cal.
QUIET PLACE FOR LADIES TO TRADE IN
stocks and grain; large money made on small
investment. WHEELOCK A CO., 318 Pine St., R 3.
/CLOAKS, "CAPES AND SUITSRET AILED AT
\J mfrs' cost. Factory, 20 Sansome St.. upstairs.
INETOSCOPES FOR SALE; PHONOGRAPH
outfits bought for cash. Bacigalupi, 946 Mkt.
OLD BUILDINGS BOUGHT AND BOLD,
store-fixtures, doors, windows, lumber, pipe*
etc.; cheap. Yard 1166 Mission st., nr. Eighth.
GAS FIXTURES AND PLUMBING. 623
Golden Gate aye. H. HUFSCHMIDT.
OLD GOLD, SILVER, GENTS' AND LADIES'
clothing bought. COLMAN, 41 Third at.
INDOW SHADES MANUFACTURED TO
order br WILLIAM McPHUN. 1195 Market.
pHEAPEST AND BEST IN AMERICA— THE i
\J WEEKLY CALL, sent to any address in the ■
United States or Canada one year for SI 50, post- !
■ute Tree. j
PIANOS. VIOLINS, ETC.
AROAIXSINSKW AND 2D-M aSJdIpIANO3^
Hazelton, Brown & Simpson, Mozart, etc. hard-
limes prices; installments. EATON, 735 Market st.
VTEItY CHOICE LARGE $700 PIANO SACr£
V ficed for $235, because of need of immediate
cash by the owner. Room 21, Flood building.
"PRIGHT PIANO; PERFECT ORDER : 'S9S-
-for Immediate sale. Room 10, 809 Market st.
REAT BARGAINS IN SECOND-HAND PI-
VT anos at SHERMAN, CLAY & CO. 'S, cor. Kear-
ny and Sinter sts.
ASY TERMS; LOW PRICES. KuHLKR <fc
"I?E\V ELEGANT UPRIGHTS, STANDARD
X? makes, almost new. hnlf original cost: see at
once. F. W. SPENCER & CO., 721 Market st.
BYRON MAUZY, 308 POST ST.— SOHMER,
Newby & Evans, Briegs and other pianos.
STEiNWAY UPRIGHT: SLIGHTLY USED-
grand tone; half-cost. SPENCER, 721 Market!
uperior violins, Withers, OLD A NEW.
0 H. MULLER. maker, repairer. 2 Latham place.
<3±C±C\ -FRENCH UPRIGHT; $165 WEBER
*u5Uv. upright square pianos from $50 upward,
easy terms. Fay's Piano Factory, 1729 Mission st.
p EORGK F. WELLS, SOLE AGENT FOR THE
VJT Mathushek pianos; sold on very easy install-
ments; pianos rented. 1360 Market st.
UIS NEW RENT-CONTRACT PLAN IS
meeting with great favor: terms of payment
are so easy that everybody can have a piano: besj
makers; largest stock. SHERMAN. CLAY & CO.
WM. G. BADGER. WITH KOHLER& CHASE
"» 26. 28 and 30 O'Farrell st.
ARP BY SEBASTIAN ERARD; DOUBLE
action and elegantly finshed ; is found with
difficulty anywhere: a nice selection is at present
exhibited by SHERMAN, CLAY & CO.
STECK, CHICKERING & SONS.. VOSE and
Sterling pianos sold on $10 installments. BENJ.
CURTAZ & SON, sole agents, 16-20 O'Farrell st.
2 SECOND-HAND UPRIGHTS, WITH OUR
guarantee; $125 each. MAUVAIS.769 Market.
Tr c-m INDUSTRY— HEMME<fc. LONG PIANO
XX CO., 340 Post; pianos sold on Installments;
send for Illustrated catalogue.
A BETTER AND EASIER PLAN TO BUY A
J\. good piano by renting. Be careful to go to
KOIILER & CHASE'S, 28 and 30 O'Farrell st.
■pvECKER BROS., STEINWAY, FISCHER AND
XJ other first-class makes of pianos; little used-
cheap .for cash or on easy terms. KOHLER &
CHASE, 28 and 30 O'F»rr>-H st.
FINE LARGE F A MIIV^ORSeT^AR^NESS
and new surrey; $200. 931 Lombard st.
A A HORSES FOR SALE; ALSO WAGONS,
I" buggies, carts, harness; Grand Arcade Horse
Market, 327 Sixth st. ; auction sales every Wednes- i
day. SOLLIVAN A DOYLE, Auctioneers.
HORSES PASTURED; *2 A MONTH- SEND i
for circular. F. A. HYDE, 630 Commercial st.
1 00 SETS SECOND-HAND HARNESS; ALL
-lA»\7 kinds: second-hand : wagons, buggy, carts;
also 20 cheap horses. Fifteenth and Valencia nts.
WAGONS AND CARRIAGES.
(2JJA FOR SALE-LIGHT WAOOK; CHEAP.
tB)4:U. Apply 1942 Market st.
pOR SALE-COVERED ROCK AW AY; A
J bargain. THOMAS FOLEY. 1812 Powell st.
OK SALE CHEAP-FOUR SECOND-HAND
wagons, 3 second-hand buggies: also 2 stalls to (
let. Inquire 346 McAllister st. ■
SAFE f6r~*SALE: FIR^^a7Fd~BI?RGLAR !
proof. T. HURLEY, room 95, 305 Larkln st. j
4 THRASHING ENGIN E FOR SALE CHEAP;
-ix one Bxl4 straw-burning thrashing engine, with
brand new boiler; built to carry a working pressure
of 100 pounds of steam. Apply at T. J. MOYNI-
HAN'S boiler works, 311 and" 313 Mission St..
southwest corner Beale.
WiLs hTrlTsafe, letter-press, scale,
coffee-mill and money-till : cheap. 102 Clay st.
■\TEW $100 LADY'S SAFETY; $50 CASH OB
i-> Installments. 326 McAllister st.
Al LOT OF EASTERN STANDARD MAKEs
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, I
8 pawnbrokers' safes, 13 merchant safes: fire and
burglar proof: all sizes; at less than half cost; see
them before you order. The Waltz Safe Salesroom, I
221 and 223 Market st., factory 13 and 15 Drumm I
St., San Francisco. Cal. , . ■
■\TEW RANGES CHEAPER THAN SECOND-
■ ■Li hand. W. S. RAY Mfg Co., 12 California sc
C~\ OUNT E R 8. SHELVING, SHOWCASES
\J boughtandsold 11211^ Market, bet. 7th and Sth
TO LEASE. : ~
INE HEALTH RESORT," COMPLETELY
tarnished; valuable mineral springs and baths-
carriages, horses, cows and 160 acres land: rea.lv
to open. Address Owner, 1176 East Fourteenth
St., Oakland. ' , ; -
T ost— diamond Initial "G" stick PIN,
XJ on McAllister «., bet. Scott and Octavia. Find-
er will receive liberal reward by returning same to
HALSTED & CO., 946 Misron st. -
T OST— AT AUCTION, 1217 JONES. A PURSE;
XJ containing a sum of money and pins; suitable
reward by returning same 10 1111 Mason.
T MEMORANDUM COLLECTION BOOK.
JU Reward if returned to 1113 Kearny st.
T OST— 2 BOXES CIGARS. LEAVE 3026 SIX-
JU teenth st. and get reward.
MASONIC KEYSTONE NAME JEREMIAH
SCHOENFELD; liberal reward. 2013 Pine.
OST— CERTIFICATE OF DEPOSIT NO. 12,-
-696 on Crocker-Woolworth Bank, Issued
August SO, 1894: payment has been stopped. Re-
turn to F. C. P., 301 California st., and receive re-
LOST— A PASSBOOK WITH THE HIIJERNIA
Savings and Loan Society of San Francisco, in
the name of CLARENCE P. MILLER, No. 201,-
-233. The finder will please return to bank.
LOST— CAPE; VICINITY, TWENTY-
second st. Return 14253& Valencia for reward.
LOST— A PASSBOOK WITH THE HIBERNIA
Savings and Loan Society of San Francisco. in
the name of JENNIE M.GEARY, No. 187-1425.
1 he finder win please return to ban
T J O8 IT.-MAY~6,1 T .-MAY~6, A LIGHT-BAY HORSE, WITH
-*-* wnite hind foot and white star on face: suitable
\Jt^ rt 2 n x h . is retnrn to SCHWARTZ & HUSING,
lflth and Mission sts.
A SURE AND BAFE'"cURi "FOR ALL FE-
t"ht m? n dl ea , 8e8 : , «lies may hay* the benefit of
the skill and attention of a physician of long and
successful practice: a home in confinement with
best possible care, with the privacy of a home and
the convenience of a hospital: those who are sick
or discouraged should call on the doctor and state
their case, they will find in her a true friend- all
consultation free and absolutely confidential- a
positive cure for the liquor, morphine and tobacco
habit; every case guaranteed without iniurv to
health. MRS. DR. GWYER, 226 Turk «.7beu
, Jones and Lea venworth. "*,.
T ADIES — CHICUESTER'S ENGLISH PEN-
XJ nyroyal Pills (Diamond Brand) are the best-
safe, reliable; take no other; send 4c, stamps for
particulars, "Relief for Ladles," in letter by return
mail; jit druggists. Chichester Chemical Companr
Philadelphia, Pa. P y>
ALL IRREGULARITIES RESTORED IN a
u\- few hours: no instruments; French remedies
guaranteed any time; consult free. MRS. DR.
WYE sanitarium 916 Post St., near Larkin.
D M A I ISM. NEURALGIA. GOUT— SPE-
XX cial attention given to these diseases. J. A. Mo
DONALD, M.D., 1236 Market st. Hours 2 to 4
and 7 to 8 P. M.
DXUDET'S APHKO TABLETS— THE GREAT
modern remedy forth© cure of neurasthenia,
impotency, and all disorders of the sexual organ*;
I $1 a box; 6 boxes $5; send for circular. J. H.
I "VVIDBER, cor..Market and Third, sole agent.
A LL LADIES IN TROUBLE CONSULT THE
Jr\. only reliable specialist in San Francisco: in-
stant relief: $500 paid for any case I cannot cure;
board: skillful attention during confinement: spe-
cial attention to diseases of the ere; advice free;
confidential. MRS. DR. Scott, lioi •» Turk st.
; i NEW PROCESS— NO MEDICINE, INSTRU-
-^»- ments or worthless pills used : every woman
j 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*
1 physician: knowledge can be sent and used at home;
all cases guaranteed. DR. POPPER, 31 8 Kearny si.
MRS. ;D±t. WEGENER, ""PRIVATE HOME
for all female diseases; sepai homes for la-
I dles before and during confinement; have enlarged
1 and arranged my home to suit rich and poor; Ir-
regularities cured in a day • guaranteed: no instru-
, ments; regular physicians of long and successful
j practice: travelers attended: no delay: all businesj
: btrictly^onlldential : babies adopted. 419 Eddy st.
! pOSITIVE, GUARANTEED CURE FOR IR-
; X regularities: used for yean in private practice
with invariable success even in most aggravated
I 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. I).-
-strictly confidential. Address I»K. J. MILTON
BEROETOLE, P. O. box 2223. S. F.
DR. AND MRS. DR. SCHMIDT. FORMERLY
of 1211% Mission, now 1508 Market st. ; month-
, y irregularities cured in a few hours; guaranteed:
; no Instruments used: sure preventive.
DRS. GOODWIN, SPECIALTY DISEASES OP
women; ladies near or far assured quick relief
of disease; irregularities restored daily; safe cure
guaranteed; no instruments; home in confine-
ment: best skill; low fees; pills $2. 1370 Market.
DR. HALL, 14 MCALLISTER, SECOND FLOOR,'
next Hlbemla Bank: diseases of women.
PRIVATE HOME IN CONFINEMENT: GER-'
X man midwife. MRS. POWELL, 1310 Mission.
"jVTICE PRIVATE HOME IN CONFINEMENT
J-i at the most reasonable price in the city. MRS.
M. PFEIFFEK, midwife, 2014 Folsom st.
ALL LADIES CONSULT FREE MRS. DR.
DA VIES, 14 McAllister St., near Market:
leads all competitors; only qualified, trusty spe-
cialist for safe, quick relief of irregularities, no
matter what car.se; treatment scientific, harmless
and painless; never fails; home in confinement.
"[F IRREGULAR OK ANY FEMALE DISEASE
X see Mrs. Dr. Puetz and be content. 254i 2 4th.
A LPEAD'S FRENCH PILLS.
-CX A boon to ladies troubled with Irregularftlns-
no danger; wife and sure; $2 60, exprea«C O. D.-
-: don't delay until too late. OSGOOD BROS, Oak-
I land, Cal. agents for AlDeau et Cie.
I CHEAPEST AND BEST IN AMERICA— THE
\J WEEKLY CALL, sent to any address in the
United States or Canada one year for $1 60, post-
THREAT ''"CLAISvOYANT AND CARD-READ^
VX er: Mme. Stewart from Boston: seventh daugh-
terof the seventh daughter; has read cards since 11
years of age: ladles or gents 60c. 917 Market, r. 3-4.
ME. DR. THOMAS, SCIENTIFIC REVEAL-'
J.U- er by eggs and carls (in English or German) tells
entire life, past, present, future; consultations on
all affairs, nothing excepted; names given: good
advice; sure help; restores lost love by sympathy;
mistake Impossible; fee $1; letter $2. 30 Kearny.
AUGUSTA LEOLA, FORTUNE TELLER;
magic charms: love tokens; true picture of
future wife and husband; teaches fortune-telling;
develops clairvoyance, slate writing, etc.; has the
seven holy seals and the Palestine wonder charm-
fee $1 and upward. 2326 Mission, nr. Twentieth.
■\IME. RAVENNA. TEST MEDIUMrTIFE
-LT-I. reader: namM given. 828 Howard: 25c up.
Mm 1 ■:. MOREAU.BEST MEDIUM.CLAIRVOY-
-ITJ- ant: speaks German: 25c up. 131 Fourth st.
MRS. DR. THOMAS BEIGHEL,, CLAIRVOY-
ant and magnetic healer; sittings daily. En-
trance 425 Kearny and 605 California sts., rm. 21.
LEON, PALMIST, CLAIRVOYANT. LIFE
reader. 633 Post St.: hours 9a.m.to 8 p. 11. :
TEST CIRCLE TO-NIGHI\ 10cl MME?
Young, 605 McAllister; all invited.
DR. SCHLESINGER, test medium AND
healer; tobacco and alcohol cured. 634 Page.
MRS. S. SEAL— SPIRITUAL MEDIUM: RE-"
lX ligiouscir. Wed. 8 p.m.; Thurs., 2:30: 110 M-
RS. EGGERT AIKEN, TRANCE MEDIUM:
cir. Sun. eve.: developing clr. Tues. eve. 715
■n n.n n - r j ,_, _ - ,- ,-, ,-,_ . - _ r _, . „ r ,
A 6TRAL SEER— PROF. HOLMES, 623 GEARY
-fX st.: horoscopes, questions, stocks, advice.
"VI ONEY A D V ANCED TO LmG^NTsTcOURT
-I'J. costs and charges paid in matters of probate,
contracts, damages, accidents, notes, first-class
collections and general law business. Address J. F.
IvAUGHTON, 54 Nevada block, H. F.
JOHN K. AITKEN, ATTORNEY -AT-LAW, RS.
16 and 17. 402 Montgomery st., cor. California.
A. MITCH ELL. ATT' V-AT-LAW, REMOVED
« to Spreckels bldg., 929 Market st. ; advice free.
A DVICE FREE, DIVORCE LAWS A SPECIAL?
-CX tv : collections, damages, wills. deeds, etc. G. W. '
HOWE, Att'y-at-law, 850 Market St., cor. Stockton.
TirM. H. CHAPMAN, ATTOHNEY-AT-LAW*
I * » Mills building, sixth floor, room 5, San Fran-
I Cisco, Cal. Telephone 1544.
WW. DAVIDSON, ATTORNE Y-AT-L A W. 420
. California St.. rms. 14-15: advice free.
LEGAL .NOI Il'l.s.
NOTICE OF SALE OF EEAL ESTATE^
i-l Notice Is hereby given that in pursuance to am
order of the- Superior Court of the coun of San
Mateo, State of California, given, made and filed in
and by said court, on the 11th day of May, 1895, in
the matter of the estate and guardianship of
HOWARD C. MURRAY, a minor, the under-
signed, guardian of the estate of said minor will
sell at private sale to the highest bidder, and sub-
ject to confirmation by said court, on or after the
18th clay of June 1895. at the law office of GEORGE
C. ROSS, in Redwood City, State of California all
the right, title, interest and estate of said HOW
ARD C. MURRAY, a minor. In and to, all that
certain piece or parcel of land situate in the Citv-
and County of San Francisco, State of California,
bounded and described as follows, to wit:
Beginning at a point on the south line of Wash-
'""ton street, distant thereon one hundred and
three (103) feet westerly from the westerly line of
Polk street, running theace westerly on said line
of Washington street thirty-two (32) tee: and it
6 i nch * s: hence at right angles southerly ona
hiflidred and twenty-seven (127) feet and eight
and one-fourth (BY*) inches: thence at ri hl
angles easterly thirty-two (32) leet and six (S)
inches, and thence at right an»;le a northerly one
hundred and twenty-seven (127) feet and eicht
jndone-fourth (BVi) Inches to the point of be^n-
m , T ! ri^? l ' n( l c ndltlODSOfs le: Cash in gold coin
of the L oll *^ States; ten (10 Percent of the sura
bid to be paid on notice of acceptance of bid, and
Court an on confirmatioa of sale by the Superioi
All bids or offers for said real property must be
GEORGE C. BOSS, Redwood City, Cal., or at the
«» I?**, ° MA « - X, BELCHEIi & MASTICK
520 Montgomery St., San Francisco, State of Can:
Htw'of WI , U b * received by said guardian at
either of said places, or such bids may bo delivered
to said guardian personally, or may be filed in th«
f-^v r^ be ?* Tk °. f Bald Su P e rtor Couri, at Redwooe
Ut> , Cal.. at any time after the first Publication o>
.^t»a a y n ?5 b 1805 th<S maWDE ° T thC 9al °-
ofi^^d^M^y^m^o?^ 11 of the "'**
wood^UyfcS. 110^ 3 ' ttorne for tnwlJMi/Bea