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SAN FRANCISCO "CALL"
BUSINESS OFFICE of the San Francisco C a Li/—
T3O Market street, open until 13 o'clock every
Bipht in the year.
BRANCH OFFICES— S3O Montgomery street,
corner Clay: open until 9:30 o'clock.
SR9 Hayes street, open until 9:30 o'clock.
717 Larkin street, open until 9:30 o'clock.
SW. corner Sixteenth and Mission streets, open
rntil p o'clock.
2518 Mission street, open until 9 o'clock:.
116 Ninth street, open until 9:30 o'clock.
ST. JOH N S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH,
DSSs? corner California and Octavia streets— Rev.
D. Hanson Irwin. pastor. In the morning at 11
o'clock the services will be conducted by Henry
Varloy of London, Eng. There will be no evening
services this week as the congregation unites with
Plymouth Church in the special meetings, to be
addressed by Mr. Varley. Bible studies every
afternoon nt 3 o'clock. Sunday-school at 9:45
a. m. A cordial invitation is extended to every-
body to attend these services.
FIRST UNITED PRESBYTERIAN
EK^ Church, Golden Gate aye. and Polk Rev.
M. M. Gibson. D.D., pastor. Services at 11 a. M.
end 7:45 f. m. Young People's service at 6:45
F. m. The pastor will -preach both morning and
evening. Subject for the morning, "The Rest of
Faith." For the evening, ''Is Life Worth Living?"
strangers welcome. Seats free.
nr'-S 3 CALVARY PRESBYTERIAN CHORCHi
Gfc~-» corner Geary and Powell streets— Rev. John
Hemphill, D.D,, pastor. Rev. William Martin,
M. A., will preach at 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m. Sub-
iiath-school at 12:30 p. M. Y. P. S. of C. E. at
6:30 p. m. Friends and strangers made welcome.
flji^ip HO WARD - STREET METHODIST
tSiS' Episcopal Church, bet. Second and Third
Ms. Rev. W. W. Case, D.D. , pastor. Services at
1 1 a. m. and 7:45 I", m. The pastor will speak in
the morning on "The Moral Craving of Human-
ity." In the evening the delightful praise service
rendered last Sunday night by the choir will be
repeated, by special request. The pastor will de-
liver the address. Sunday-school at 12:30. League
|jr^S= CENTRAL METHODIST EPISCOPAL
tS^S' Church. Mission street, bet. Sixth and Sey
enth— Rev. Dr. Dllle, pastor. Rev. G. H. Jones will
preach at 11 a. m. and Rev. Dr. M. C. Harris at
7:45 P. m. Young People's meetings at 6:30 »•. M.
Sunday-school, R. V. Watt, superintendent, at 1
p. m. All are welcome.
e^g* TRINITY CHURCH, COR. BUSH AND
Wr^& Gough — Rev. George Edward Walk,
rector. First Sunday after Trinity. Sunday-school
at 9:50 a. m. Morning prayer, sermon and Holy
Communion at 11 o'clock. Te Deum and Jubilate
la G (Calkin); offertory, "Like as a Father"
(Cowen); solo, by Mr». Olive Reed Batchelder.
Evening prayer and sermon by the rector at 7:45
o'clock. Benedic Anima and Bonnm Est in F
■(Whitney): offertory, "Heaven" (Stewart), trio for i
femule voices. H. J. Stewart organist and musical |
fKS=" PLVM O U T H CONGREGATIONAL
L£ •*' Church, Post St., between Buchanan and
Webster— Rev. W. D. Williams, D.D., pastor.
Preaching 11 a. m. and 7:45 P. M. Sunday-schools,
9:30 a. m. and 12:30 p.m. Christian Endeavor,
6:31) p. M. Morning sermon by the pastor. Even-
ing sermon by Rev. Henry Varley, the eminent
evangelist. Subject: "Christ, Our Passover, Is
Sacrificed for Us." Mr. Varley will preach every
evening this week.
n^Sp FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH,
cFiS' cor. Post and Mason sts. — Rev. C. O. Brown.
P.D., pastor, will preach. Morning, 11 o'clock, |
theme: "The Insignificance and Grandeur of
Man." Evening. 7:45 o'clock, theme: "The Civic
Federation at the Bar." Sunday-school, 12:45 p. m..
Dr. I. H. Morse, superintendent. Mrs. Cooper's
class in auditorium. "The General Howard Class"
in pastor's office. Y. P. S. C. E., 6:45 p. M. All
"rF55=» FIRST UNITARIAN CHURCH, COR.
cPjC Geary and Franklin Horatio Stebbins,
minister: Rev. William G. Eliot Jr., associate.
Morning service at 11 o'clock: subject of sermon,
'•The Unitarian Church and the social Problem."
All are cordially invited. Sunday-school and even-
ing services are omitted for season.
SJiS 1 * UNION-SQUARE FREE BAPTIST
l* ; -^ Church, Bush st., east of Larkin— Preaching
at 11 A. M., by Rev. A. M. Russell, pastor of Ham-
ilton-square Baptist Church; subject. "The
Preciousness of Christ." Sunday-school at 12:15
p. m. Young People's Society of Christian En-
deavor prayer meeting at 0:15 p. M. Prayer meet-
ing Wednesday at 7:30. All are welcome.
jF^p F l B st" NE W E BUSALEM CHURCH
CF^ 1 (Swedenborgian), O'i::rreil st., near Web-
B:er— Rev. F. L. Uiggins. minister. Sunday-school
at 12:30 P. M Sermon at 11 a.m. Text, "Have
Fait in Yourselves." Markix:so. All are invited.
Seats free. No evening service.
If-sp " CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH— SER-
EPjS' vices every Sabbath at 11 a. m. and 7:45
»-. m. sabbath-school and Bible class at 12:30, at
Christian Science Home, 3 231 Pine st. All are
j_^S=~~TH>: CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST IN
l*-^ the Fullness of the Gospel meets at Acad-
emy Hall, 927 Mission St., near Fifth, on Sunday,
.hi 11 a. m.. 3 and 7:45 p.m. Subject. "Contend
Earnestly for liif Faith Once Delivered to the
Saints." " All welcome. James Dove pastor.
jf^* REORGANIZED CHURCH OF JESUS
sfc-^ 7 Christ of L. D. S.. 320 Post st., upstairs—
Preaching at 11 a. M.. by local elder; 7:45 p. M.,
by J. W. Gilbert, late of Tahiti. All welcome.
>*3g» GOSPEL TENT REVIVAL SERVICES
ls<& will be conducted by Donald Ross, the
Scotch Evangelist, in the tent, corner Twenty-third
and Mission sts.. as follows: This afternoon at 3
o'clock an address to Christians, and In the even-
Inc. at 7:45, gospel preaching: revival services
every evening during the week. All are invited.
«£-]§=> THEOSOPHICAL SOCIETY — FREE
t*»»^ public lectures every Sunday evening at
7:45. at 320 Post st. To-night, "The True Dis-
ciple," by Mr. Abbott Clark.
BOCIETY OF PROGRESSIVE BPIRIT-
-15JS' ualists. Golden Gate Hall, Butter St.. bet..
Ma.son and Taylor— evening at 8, Walter
Howell lectures, subject: "A Modern View of
Prayer." Miss Rosina Rosin renders fine selec-
tions as vocalist. Admission free.
F£sp DRTRIN-ES, OFFICE, 1065 MARKET
•»-& st.— Circle, Tuesday and Friday, 8 p. _.;
spiritual meeting, Sunday 11 a. m., 2 and 8 p. m.;
circle and platform tests by Mesdames Seely, Hen-
derson, Ellis and Favor.
jfc^£=~ GOOD CITIZENSHIP MEETING, MET-
Ea*& ropolitan Temple, Sunday, June 16, 3 p. m.
Address by Donald M. Ross. Subject, "Lincoln
and the Jesuits."
ijJKS 3 DR. ROBBINS LECTURES TO-NIGHT
U*-» ? on "Why Spiritualism Makes People Lead
Better Lives:" followed by convincing tests, writ-
ten questions answered and the sick healed by
spirit power. Washington Hall. 35y 2 Eddy st.,
8 p. m. sharp: admission free.
B^S= TEST CIRCLE TO-NIGHT, 10c. MM
1&N -* P YOUNG, 605 McAllister st.: fine orchestra
NOTICE OF MEETINGS.
reg= WALHAI.LA ENCAMPMENT NO. "
CE-^ 7, 1.0. O. F.-The officers and tuner- 6^^ 3
al committee of this encampment are here- y"V
by respectfully invited to assemble at OddX X
Fellows' Hall, MONDAY, June 18, at 1:30 P. M ,
for the purpose Of attending the funeral of our late
patriarch, JOSEPH SCHULTZ. In F. 11. and C.
H. F. SCHLICHTING, C. P.
Max Schumann, Scribe.
StZ§= > ALTA LODGE NO. 205, I -yr-vue'.-
Eb"-^ O. O. F.— Every member of the
ahove lodge is requested to attend our
next regular meeting. June 17.1895. "■ -.7/i'v?*-
Business very important.
PHILIP HAMMOND, N. G.
- Edward Thayeb, Recording Secretary.
JJKS» HARMONY LODGE, NO 13, .»■■.,„
t*^ I. O. O. F.-The officers and thec^£_B^_
funeral committee of the above lodge 3|s<QE*-'*^
are hereby notified to assemble at Odd "^."fiS^
Fellows' Hall, corner Market and Seventh sts., on
MONDAY, June 17, at 1:30 o'clock p. m., for
the purpose of attending the funeral of our late
brother, JOSEPH SCUULTZ. By orter
ED WENZEL, N. G.
Joseph G. Mysei-i., R. (?.
Bt^= VETER~AN VO LU !STTK KB *
l*^*^ Firemen's Association— You ave^SHSTV
hereby notified to meet at the hall on SB 59
SUNDAY, the 16th inst., at 12 o'clock sharp, to
Rttend the funeral of our late fellow-member E
BURNHAM. By order
\ W. A. SCOLLAY', Secretary.
IKS' THE ANNUAL PICNIC" Oj>' THE
k^-*^ Geraldine Club will be held In Agricultural
Park, San Jose, July 4, 1895. Bids for the bar,
restaurant and other concessions will it- received
up to June 20, at K. R. B. Hall, SE. -or. Mason
and O'Farrell sta. J. B. COSGRAVE, Secretary.
83^*, . D E _HON. JAMES G. -AGUIRe!
JJT t«d disuijiruished single-tax exponent, and
MR. JOB HARRIM AN, Mocialist, will debate at
Metropolitan Temple THIS EVENING (Sunday)
June 16. Admission free. ' •*''
Ef^S="" DO YOU FORGET IT." v «• -w"
■»~*' The great thirteenth annual gath- 3V, ißtSh
ering and games of the San Francisco *Vl^
Scottish Thistle Club, Shell Mound Park
Berkeley, on THURSDAY, 4th of July. Admis-
Bion— adults 50c, children 25c.
JAMES NIVEN, Royal Chief.
, Alfbeb Mili.kb. Recorder.
» ANCIENT ORDER OF FORES-
I*~& ters and Bunker Hill Association-
Members and friends are invited to nan in i-_lfl&
pate in the celebration of Bunker Hill and \t»_>»
Ancient Order of Foresters' day. June 17, P*?
1895, at Glenwood. Santa Cruz Mountains. _f-l
An excellent programme will be presented. 8L.%
Bunker Hill monument will be decorated by thir-
teen young ladles, representing the original thir-
teen States. Boats will leave foot of Market st.
narrow-gauge ferry, at 7:45 and 8:45 a. m. Trains
will stop at Park St., Alameda, both ways. Round-
trip tickets— Sl for adults, 60 cents for children.
Tickets can be procured at the office of the A. O. F.
Hall Association. 102 O'Farrell St., or at the ferry
on the morning of excursion.
' WM. G. BADGER.
President Bunker Hill Association.
> P. F. McNULTY,
President A. O. F. Picnic Association.
MRS. WALLACE REMOVED 15%
i*^*^ Turk st. to 110y s Stockton; steam, cabinet
baths; room 3. ' ■ .
X5 1 MISS OLIVE WHITNEY, - BATHS,
I*-^ hand-rubbing for rheumatism and pain,
Room 5, 110 Sixth st.
■Xg 3 CORNS REMOVED WITHOUT KNIFE;
Eg--^ no pain. Chiropodic Institute, 36y2 Geary.
IKS 3 BAD TENANTS EJECTED FOR , $4.
l*"- 6^ Collections made, city or country. Pacific
Collection Co., 415 Monigy st., room 6, Tel. 6580.
■ SPECIAL, NOTlCES— Continued.
ROo_a^W__T_N_D, f I UP: PAPER-
&<& ed $3 50 up. 309 Sixth. George Hart man.
tir^Sr' ALL COURTS— LEGAL PRIVATE MAT-
t*^»^ tors; confidential; advice free. ATTOR-
NEY McCABE. 1027 Market si.
BP^S* CHARLES H. PHILLIPS. ATTORNEY-
s£-£? Nt-law and Notary Public, 638 Market St.,
opp. Palace Hotel, Residence, 1620 Fell st. Tele-
IK5p J.B. McINTYKE, BOOKBINDER AND
li» ' Printer. •'■-'-' Commercial s'.
Strrg^ DIVIDEND NOTICE— DIVIDEND NO.
ttfr-JiS' 20 (15 cents per share) of the Hutchinson
Sugar Plantation Company will be payable at the
office of the company, 327 Market St.. on and after
THURSDAY, June 20. 1895, Transfer books will
close FRIDAY. June 14, 1895, at 3 o'clock p. M.
E. H. SHELDON. Secretary,
SITUATIONS WANTED- FEMALE.
SW ED ISH GEtt _, NE AIVALSO^OM PETENT '
cook, wants work in city or country. Call
MISS PLUNKETT. 424 Sutter St. 1
I" A DIES FIND THE BEST OF HELP AT C. R.
-J HANSEN <fc CO.'S, 110 Geary st.
AT THE SWEDISH EMPLOYMENT BU-
reau first-class Swedish and German girls are
awaiting situations. 332 Geary st. : telephone 983.
I,\ DIES— YOU CAN GET RELIABLE HELP
J at MRS. FENTON'S, 106V 2 Stockton st.
TADIES— GOOD sKHVAMS. city ORCOUN-
Jtry.atMMK. LEOPOLD'S, 967 Market st.
/'ERMAN WOMAN WISHES POSITION TO
' ' do general housework in small family. Call
1216 Union st., near Hyde.
COMPETENT SEAMSTRESS, WILLING TO
assist housework: city or country. B. C, box
(56, Call Office.
TRAINED SCOTCH NURSE DESIRES A FEW
X more engagements in medical, surgical and
massage treatment: lady or gentleman. Address
or call 110 a Hayes st.
TRONG YOUNG WOMAN WANTS WORK
by the day washing, cleaning, etc.; wages $1.
Apply M., 864 y 2 Mission st.
2 FRENCH LADIES DESIRE POSITIONS AS
housekeepers for widower or bachelor. Address
M. L., box 7, Call Office.
(COMPETENT WOMAN WISHES SITUATION
Jto assist with housework in American family;
city or country. 1018 Jackson su, near Mason.
■RESPECTABLE GERMAN WIDOW, ALONE,
-It desires to keep house; is good cook: like a
home: moderate wages. W. V., box 16, Call Office.
EESPI'.CTABLE ENGLISH GIRL WISHES I
situation: care of children or upstairs work;
references given. 27 Pearl st.
COMPETENT WOMAN: CAN DO FRENCH j
and American cooking; good laundress: would
work for moderate wages in steady place: city or
country. Call 129 Third st.
WOMAX EXPERIENCED in KEEPING
• " roomers and boarders wishes position as cook
or housekeeper; best of references. Call or address
1166 Bryant St.
T ITTLE GIRL, 15 YEARS, WOULD LIKE A
J-J place to mind a baby in a nice family. Apply
at 4251 -■■• Clementina st.
V REFINED AMERICAN LADY WITH A
BY I'll IN Kl> AMERICAN LADY WITH A
child, situation as cook or housekeeper; city or
country; a good home more than wages; only re-
liable parties. 385 Jessie st., near Fourth.
WOMAX, GOOD HOUSEKEEPER AND EX-
'» cellent French cook, desires situation in a
first-class private family. Address W. S.. box 27.
WOMAN WANTS CHAMBERWORK OR
" plain washing and ironing in rooming-house
or hotel. Apply 24 Verona st., bet. Folsom and
Harrison, off Third.
ANTED BY COMPETENT WIDOW. POSI-
»» tion as housekeeper, or care of children: is a
good music teacher and seamstress: no objection to
the country. 'Address Music Teacher, Piedmont
House, 115" Sixth st.
QTENOGRAPHER — SMITH OPERATOR
O wants employment for afternoons; law work
preferred. ANITA, box 17, Call Office.
17* IRST-CLASS DRESSMAKER WOULD LIKE
. engagements by the day. Call or address Dress-
maker, 308 Baker St. ■
IRST-CLASS COOK WISHES SITUATION:
city or country; hotel or boarding-house. Ad-
dress 111 Buchanan st.
XT OUNG GERMAN WOMAN WISHES WORK
X by the day, washing. ironing or housecleaning.
Address E. H.. 246 Oak st.
KELIABLE WOMAN WANTS WORK BY
-It the day, washing;, ironing or housecleaning. I
Call or address 405 Polk st.
T7"OUNG WOMAN wishes A place to as-
X sist in light housework and mind children. Call
409 Harrison st.
yOU.NG WIDOW WISHES POSITION AS
-L housekeeper or typewriter. Call at 11 Kearny
St., room 27, first floor.
TTOUNG LADY (UNENCUMBERED) DESIRES
X a position as housekeeper or traveling com-
panion. 121 Montgomery St., room 10.
T ADV. EXCELLENT GERMAN SCHOLAR,
JLJ also well trained in music, desires a position as
a traveling companion or nursery governess. Ad-
dress M. P., box 67. Call Office.
A 7 " OU.NG WOMAN WANTS SITUATION TO
X assist in second work and care of children: no
objection to short distance in the country. Call for
2 days at 9 Glen Park aye.
XT OUNG GIRL WOULD LIKE PLACE TO TAKE
X care children and do upstairs work. 5 Redwood
court, near Howard and Sixteenth sts.
lANO. BANJO, GUITAR OR VOCAL LES-
sons given in exchange for dressmaking. Ad-
dress Music, box 23, Call.
TITOM WISHES SITUATION TO DO ANY
' » kind of work by the day; washing, houseclean-
ing, etc. Please call or address 1625 Clay st.
yOUXG MARRIED LADY WOULD LIKE TO
X take care of a baby; mother's car*". E." H. W.,
335 Jessie st.
yOUXG woman wishes situation IN
X the country at any kind of work; is a first-
class seamstress and willing to do chamberworb
and waiting; wages SlO to $15. Call or address,
Seamstress, 316 Seventh st.
TJEFINED YOUNG WIDOW FROM THE
XV East would like any kind of sewing or gentle-
men's mending; satisfaction guaranteed. Call 1
to 8 p. m. room 2, first Hat, 119 Ninth st.
E~ NGLISH BRANCHES ARITHMETIC, BOO K-
keeping, French, German and Spanish taught
at your own rates during vacation, or in exchange
I fora refined home. Certified Teacher, box 2, Call.
SITUATION BY A WOMAN WHO IS A GOOD
O cook and thoroughly understands housework-
references. Address for two days 935y 2 Howard
St., bet. Fifth and Sixth.
SEAMSTRESS AN_ THOROUGH DRESS-
O milker desires a position as maid, invalid nurse
or crown children; understands hairdresslng. Ad-
dress B. If., box 116, Call Office.
JAPANESE. GOOD GIRL.WANTS SITUATION
O do housework, plain cooking; no washing. Ad-
dress W. s.. 207 Ellis st.
WANTED BY A GERMAN GIRL A PLACE AS
' » child's nurse or to do cooking and housework.
Call at Young Woman's Christian Association, 1221
"/ 1 E UMAX GIRL. FIRST-CLASS COOK AND
VT housekeeper, wants a situation in a private
family. Apply at 1616 Eddy st.
"V-OUNi: AN WOULD LIKE TO WORK
X by the day; sleep home. Call or address 1321
yOUSR SPANISH GIRL FROM NICARAGUA
X desires position as typewriter. Please call at 25
Taylor st., room 5.
RESSMAKER WOULD LIKE FEW MORE
engagements; $125: children's clothes also.
Address 11. N.. 2518 Mission st.
WOMAN WITH FRESH "BREAST OF MILK
" wishes child to nurse at her home: her own
child died right after birth. 1046 Vermont st.
GOOD DRESSMAKER: FIT GUARANTEED;
vT »$1 50 per day; cuts by Taylor system: chil-
dren's clothes also. D. F., 2518 Mission st.
STRONG GERMAN WOMAN WANTS WASH-
ing or housecleaning by day. MRS. DONEAU,
1747 Mission St., bet. Thirteenth and Fourteenth.
ST IDOW, WITH so M E M I : A NSTWOULD LIKE
•'to engage in business with a gentleman. Call
5 Mason st. .room 9. second floor.
Reliable" competent WOMAN, WITH
boy of 7 years, wishes position as cook or
housekeeper: city or country. 338 Seventh St.,
SITUATION WANTED TO DO GENERAL
housework by reliable Scotch girl. Please call
or address 809 Treat aye., in rear.
WOMAN WOMAN WORK OF ANY KIND
»» by the day: $1 a day. Address W., box 24
COMPETENT WOMAN WANTS ANY KIND
\J of housework by the day; references. Call or
address 1217 Scott St., near Ellis.
WANTED— IN SAN FRANCISCO, LIGHT
»» work in Christian family with privilege of two
hours on Monday, Wednesday and Friday fore-
noons; references required and furnished; small
wages. Address C. V., 407 San Pablo aye., Oak-
V OUNG LADY DESIRES A SITUATION AS
housekeeper. Call 113 Fourth st., room 1. .
TADY WITH HEALTHY NEW BREAST
j_ milk, has just lost her baby 1 week old, would
like to have a baby to nurse: can furnish milk for
two. Address A., box 142, Call Office.
YOUNG WOMAN WISHES SITUATION BY
X the day. tiO3 Willow aye., bet. Ellis and Eddy.
O MUSICAL LADIES (VIOLIN AND PIANO)
fJ desire concert engagement; no objection to
traveling. Address W., box 101. this office.
T ADY WOULD LIKE" SOME" PLACE —
U s rS l^o ls^ k Btkind8 t kind l ° Chlldre "' Call or
y-OUNG LADY WOULD LIKE GENTLEMAN
A> P lgitg£^!" >y " 18 ""«»»«»*; »° trifled
Y Ot ' LADY WOULD LIKE TO HAVE A
X position immediately; can do plain sewing and
nienamg; -good housekeeper. Call room 33, 418
ANTED-POSITION AS HOUSEKEEPER
»» by a competent middle-aged woman- is good
nurse- and seamstress, and also a good cook Call
at 1 Martha place, bet. Taylor and Mason sts
off Geary. '
ENTLEMEN'S MENDING. MRS. GRAY-
VJT SON, 105 Stockton st., room 78. V *
AN ,■ EASTERN , WIDOW WOULD LIKE
position as housekeeper: widower or bachelor
Call .-it 132 Sixth St., room 23.
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, SUNDAY, JUNE 16, 1895.
SITUATIONS TV ANTED— MALE.
RE L I A BL X H^LF^FUiTn TsHF?d7m ALK AND
JV female; also employes for positions of trust.
Address Secretary Golden Rule Labor Association,
948 Mission st.
"yOUNG COLORED MAN WOULD LIKE A
1 position with private family or private board-
ing-house: city or country. Address J. L., box
DRV GGTsT wants situation; young
man; single; licentiate; city or country. Drug-
gist, box 32, Call. ■
OMPETENT MAN FOR PRIVATE PLACE;
/ thoroughly understands the care of tine horses;
careful driver, good milker and first-class gardener,
b years, first-class reference. Address F., box 9.
/Competent GARDENER WISHES SITUA-
\J tion: city or country; can milk; references.
L. ANDRE. Stockton St., telephone 1304.
W ANTED— BY RELIABLE YOUNG MAN PO-
' T sition as coachman and gardener: best of refer-
ences. Box 30. Call Office, Oakland.
UTSIDE SALESMAN for CITY WANTS
engagement on commission or salary. E. W.,
box 99. this office.
TTOUSEPAINTER, WITH tools, WANTS a
JO. job by the day, or will take contract: will
work cheap. W. C, 3021 Pine 3t.
yOUNG MAN HAVING 1 YEAR'S EXPE-
J. rience at blacksmithing desires situation to I
complete trade. Address W. J., box 19, Call Office.
yOUXG FRENCHMAN. MARRIED, WISH
— situation as porter, janitor, or about, place, or
run elevator. Address C. F., box 15, this office^
EXPERIENCED male nurse WANTS ex-
-Ei gagement, city or country; will travel with
patient; best of references. Address A. J. S., 476
VJ ITUATION WANTED IN MEAT MARKET,
k5 or to drive any kind of wagon, by young man of
23 years: best city references. Address s., box 7,
this office. •
ITU ATION WANTED BY STEADY, SOBER
O cook and baker: hotel, restaurant or resort; best
references. D. A. SCOTT, Napa, Cal.
"QITUATION WANTED BY A COLORED MAN
0 as head cook in a country hotel: he is strictly
sober, reliable and industrious: references fur-
nished to the same; wages to range from $40 to
$50 a month. Call or address S. W. R., box 51,
A~ MERICANMAN AND wife WAST SITU-
J\. aiion on ranch; best reference. Call or address
D., 474 Jessie st.
ANE WISHES SITUATION; FAMILIAR
with horses, cows, garden and general work;
thoroughly reliable in every respect. Address
D. N., box 111, this office.
ARDENER— FIRST-CLASS GARDENER
with good recommendations wishes a steady
J situation. Address F. LUEDEMAN, nursery, cor.
: Baker and Lombard sts.
E~NGINEER AND machinist DESIRES A
J situation; city references. Address Engineer,
box 104, Call Office.
A Scheming Mother— Emily, if William
to-day asks you to marry him you must
tell him to speak to me.'"'
"Yes, mamma; but if he does not?"
"Then, tell him I want to speak to him."
W ANTED-POSITION AS CHEF IX HOTEL,
'» restaurant or merchants' lunch; first-class
practical, sober man. Address Chef, care of W.
SCHMALTZ, 7 Hardie place, S. F.
pOOD VIOLINIST is OPEN FOR ENGAGE-
*-* merits for dance work; long experience- terms
moderate. 2438 Bush st.
STEADY JAPANESE WANTS A SITUATION
O to do any kind of outdoor work; city or coun-
try; wages no object. T. N. A.,429 Stevenson st.
EXPERIENCED YOUNG MAN IN GENERAL
merchandise, care of horses, etc., wishes posi-
tion in country: can furnish best of references.
. L. V. li.. box 109, Call Office.
PAINTER, GRAINEB AND PAPER-HANGER
X wants job by the day or contract: first-class
workman. NORTON. :16 Maria st., oft Chtsley,
bet. Seventh and Eighth.
QITUATION WANTED BY FIRST-CLASS
►O gardener: thoroughly understands his business
in all its branches: is also first-class horseman and
driver; good milker and can take charge of a gen-
tleman's place and fill all the requirements with
competency: good references: wages to suit the
times. Address A. R. DU VALL, 279 Jessie st.
BUTCHER WISHES TO GET WORK: HAS
over 2 years' experience: best of references;
has some experience in bookkeeping. Address
S.. box 44, this office.
TNTELLIGENT TRUSTWORTHY MAN OF 25
X (American) will give $25 for a permanent situa-
tion as clerk after July 16 in a wholesale house or
similar place; permanency and advancement de-
sired more than large salary. Address, stating
business and salary paid, G. D. McKINSTRY,
A : D-sTrUATION AS COOK, HOTEL
"or boarding-house. Address SM ITH, 864 Mis-
FEMALE HELP WANTED.
ANTED- H^UsI^VTOR^rGTRITFOR 8TOCK-
»» ton, $20; 4 good hotel waitresses, $20 each;
4 general housework girls for country places, $20
each; young se~ond girl, sls; ladies' mnid-for easy
place, $15: 25 housework girls for places in the
city at $15. $20, $25 and $30. Apply to MISS
PLUNKETT, 424 Sutter St.
! TRONF.R STEAM LAUNDRY, f8 A WEEK;
: X German girl, general housework, $20; German
[ or Scandinavian housework girl, $20: 10 girls,
light housework, second girls and nurse, 815, $20
C. R. HANSEN & CO., 110 Geary st.
0 WAITRESSES, WATER RESORT, $20; 2
— J waitresses, country hotels, south, $20: wait-
ress for springs, assist chamberwork, $20: waitress
mountain resort, $20; call early. C. R. HANSEN*
& CO., 110 Geary st.
1 C WOMEN FOR HOUSEWORK AND COOK-
X>J ing on ranches, etc. MURRAY & READY.
634 Clay st. .
P-»IRST-CLASa^\V PRIVATE FAM-
ily, city. Call Sunday, 9y Stockton st.
COOK, MODESTO, $30 AND FARE PAID"-
Stockton, $25; Alameda, $20, no washing'
Girls call for positions 9 Stockton st.
AIT ANTED- 2 LADY IRONERS FOR STARCH-
»' work, $25 and board; one lady each for Troy
bodyironer.Nelson band ironer, $25 and board; one
shirt-polisher, No. 10 Troy machine, $35 and
board; none but experienced hands need apply
Address Red Star Steam Laundry Co., 429 West
Santa Clara st., San Jose. Cal.
X\T ANTED— BRIGHT ACTIVE WOMAN FOR
'" permanent position with wholesale and retail
house. R. C. <fe Co., box 106, Call Office.
COMPETENT NURSE TO "TAKE" CHARGE
\J of child 4 months old. Address MRS. A. P
HOTALING JR., San Rafael, giving reference and
time at last place.
INGLE LADY WITH SOME MEANS WHO
can keep accounts. Address S. L., box 112,
GOOD SEWER A- DRESSMA KTNG. 4a AN-
toulo St., off Jones, near Ellis.
4 FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT WAITRESS-
es, Sacramento, fare paid: call Sunday. 9y,
Stockton st. v '. v, *
2 GERMAN COOKS, CITY. $25; SMALL
£1 families. Apply 91/2 Stockton; telephone 5938.
WANTED— LADY TO CLEAN STUDIO IN
" exchange siring music. Mandolin, box 26. Call.
W ANTED - GIRL WHO UNDERSTANDS
»' German cooking and general housework; refer-
ence required. Call at 1805 Broadway.
MEAT RESPECTABLE GIRL TAKE CARE
i-i of children and do upstairs work; German or
American preferred; references. Apply 1522
Broadway. ;..'•" * ..
VOLUNTEER SINGERS IMMEDIATE-
£\J\J ly. J. W. McKEXZIE, 524 Eddy st.
RESSMAKERS AND SEWING GIRLS
XJ wanted : patterns cut to order, 25 cents up.
McDOWELL Dressmaking Academy, '213 Powell,
SW DISH EMPLOYMENT OFFICE. lly,
Antonio St.. off Jones, near Ellis.
ROFESSOR LIVINGSTON'S DRESSCUT-
X ting and making school tall branches. 702 Sutter.
f\ ARMENTS PERFECTLY COMPLETED
VT without trying on; call and test. Lawrence
Cutting-school, 1231 Market st. - ' .
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-
cialty. . DE GARMO. 219 Powell st. :
9IALK ___!* WANTED.
1 (\C\ MT:N^UV_r^JBT^IN^v3RTr^6^DAY
X\J\J at MURRAY _ READY'S. .
5 HOTEL WAITERS. AND $30; 4 HOTEL
cooks. $30, $40 and .$5O : 3 dishwashers. MUR-
RAY & READY, 634 Clay St. *
BLACKSMITH FOR RANCH, $30 AND
JL> found; carpenter, city: linetender, $35; char-
coal-burner, 10c sack. MURRAY «fe READY, 634
Clay st. .-.-.*.,.
JXA LABORERS, TEAMSTERS, FARMERS!
*J\f haymakers, orchard-hands, $20, $25 and $26;
3 ' coopers, 7c barrel; boy for a ranch, $8:5 tie-
makers, 10c to lie each. MURRAY & READY,
634 Clay St.. '. ,
I VE MEN WANTED AT ONCE TO HANDLE
a summer article; pays $3 50 a day. Apply at
store, 328 Seventh st. -
TRONG BOY TO WORK IN FRUITSTORE.
Apply to-day SE. cor. McAllister and Brod-
erick sts. ■ - * ; ■
ANTED— FIRST-CLASS GENTS' FUR-
»" nishlng goods man; good reference required.
HELP 'WANTED— Conitinned.
MAN AND WIFE TO COOK AND WAIT,
for a mining camp, $50 and found, see party
here: farmer and wife, $-10, see party here. C. R.
HANSEN & CO., 110 Geary St.
90 SCRAPER TEAMSTERS, NEAR CITY,
*-" $175 a (lav: 20 laborers, near city, $1 50 a
•lay; board $4 50 a week. C. R. HANSEN & CO.,
110 Geary si.
\\r ANTED— 4 MINERS WHO CAN RUN A
" power drill, $52 per month; 10 laborers,
$175 per day; also farmers, laborers, milkers.
teamsters, cooks, waiters and dishwashers. W. D.
EWER & CO., 626 Clay st.
r ANTED— BKTTEB FOB SAWMILL IN
country, $40 and board. W. 1). EWER &
CO., 626 Clay st.
ARBERS, FOR EMPLOYMENT CALL SEC.
Barbers' Ass., 12 seventh. H. SCHEUNERT.
SOLICITORS. 513 CALIFORNIA ST.. ROOM
14. , . ,
OLD MAN WANTED TO WORK ON A SMALL
milk ranch; one who understands milklne:
good home; low wages. M. COLEMAN, near Five-
mile House, Mission road.
GOOD BCSHKLMAN WANTED IMMEDI-
ately . J.GORDON. 1124 Market St.
WANTED— A YOUNG MAN FOR NOTION
and cutlery department. Apply 523 Market
St., room 7, between 2 and sp. m., Sunday. ■ ■
Beefsteak", PORK' CHOPS, . MUTTON
chops, sc. New restaurant, 635 Clay st. *
ENTS ALL OVER COAST FOR a MOST
convenient and inexpensive article for every
business house: sells at sight: large profits: en-
tirely new; exclusive territory given. Call or
I write room 50. Nucleus building.
CtABINET-MAKEK AND A WOOD-CARVER.
\J FINK & BCHINDLER, 1809 Market st.
"AIT AJSTED— ACTIVE MEN AS SOLICITORS
»» for cigars on a fair proposition. Apply at 959V 2
Market st., bet. 9 and 10 o'clock a. m.
SEAMEN FOR EUROPE, SOUTH SEAS AND
all parts of the world. 103 Montgomery aye.
Vy ANTED— YOUNG NURSEGIRL FOR BABY
" 1 year old. Apply Immediately, room 713,
PARTNER WANTED, LADY OR GENT, WITH
X means: respectable; no better paying busines.
112 Taylor st., room 7.
LL COMPETENT SHORTHAND WRITERS
secure positions. Special training-class at
Ayres' Stenographic Institute, 325 Montgomery St.
BOOKKEEPER — EXPERIENCED, WANTS
small set of books. H., 61, this office.
AM I : X [CAN BOY, WHO HAS SOME KNOWL-
-cV edge of drawing, to learn good trade: no salary
for the first six months. 605 Montgomery st.
PRESSES WANTED AT THE UNION CLOTH-
-1- ing Company, 112, 114 and 116 Kearny si.
rpRA VELING VIEW PHOTOGBAPHFB
-L wants "an active, temperate and reliable man
with $50 to take half interest in view business;
references. Address Photographer, box 5. Call.
GOOD PAYING LAUNDRY OFFICE AND
5-chair barber shop: good reasons for selling;
Investigate to-day ; $225. 137 Third street.
"FOR SALE— GOVERNMENT" BOOTS AND
JL shoes. 635 Mission st.
A NO. 1 SOLICITORS FOR CLOTHING AT
popular prices: com. HUTT, 212 Mason st.
'•}i\t\ VOLUNTEER SINGERS— IMMEDIATE-
Z.\J\J ly. J. W. McKENZIK, 524 Eddy st.
\\r ANTED— A FIRST-CLASS OPERATOR ON
"' a Troy body ironer. Apply at San Jose
Laundry, San Jose.
BOOKKEEPER, LADY OR GENTLEMAN;
salary $150: must invest about $3000; well
secured. R.. box 101. this office. ■■- .';...
X\T ANTED — CARRIAGE WOODWORKER.
"* B. GRAVE tip., 421 Pacific st.
SOBER MAN AS PARTNER: PAYING COR.
saloon ; experience not necessary. 633 Howard.
I 1 UK BEER: BEST I X CITY; 2 SCHOONERS
lor 5 cents at 22B Pacific st.
\\T HAT CHEER HOUSE, 529 SACRAMENTO
" St.; 100 outside rooms: best spring beds: single
rooms 20c a day; $1 a week : meals, 10c.
'SOI ELLIS, ROSEDALE— Rooms 26c TO 60a
O_,_L a night; $1 to $3 a week; open all night.
\\T ANTED— MEN TO GET BOTTLE SHARP
* * steam beer, 60; bottle wine, 6c 609 Clay si.
MEN'S SHOES %-SOLED. 40( ; ; HEELS, 25c;
i-TX done in 15 minutes. 635 Kearny st., basement.
7 DISHES CONSTITUTE THE BEST 100
dinner on earth at 44 Fourth st.
K()() PAIRS MEX'S GOOD SHOES, 25c TO $1.
*J\J\J 562 Mission st. ; also 631 Sacramento si.
CUTTERS AND TAILORS TO ATTEND THE
) S. F. Cutting School, 12 Montgomery, mis 8-10.
WAKE THE DEAD — WENZBL'B ALARM
'T clock: no electricity. 607 Montgomery st.
~\\r ANTED— LA AND MECHANICS
"to know that Ed Rulkin. Reno House proprie-
tor, still runs Denver House, 217 Third st.; 150
large rooms: 25c per night; $1 to $3 per week.
pEMOVED 706 TO 726 V., OPP. HOWARD-
-It st. Theater; also 116 to 418 Fourth st. ; best
place in the city for new and second-hand shoes.
WANTED— SINGLE BOOMS, 160 A DAY; »1
»» week; rooms for two, 25c a day, $1 50 a week:
reading room- dally papers. 3»1 Clay st.
SHOES HALF-SOLED IN 15 MINUTES
while you wait at halt usual price. 969 Howard.
"1 A A MEN TO TAKE LODGING AT 10c, 150
X\J\J and 20c a night, including coffee and roil*.
624 Washington st., near Kearny.
LINDELL HOUSE, 6TH AND HOWARD—
-Li single furnished rooms, 75c week, 15c night.
SHOES HALF-SOLED IN 10 MINUTES:
done while you watt: 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.
BEST IN CITY— SINGLE ROOMS. 15, 30 AND
25 cents per night; $1, $1 25, $1 50 per week.
Pacific House .Commercial and LeidesdoriT sts.
TRY AC M HOUSE, 957 MARKET ST., BE-
low Sixth, for a room; 25c night; $1 week.
A WEEK'S NEWS FOR 5 CENTS — THE
WEEKLY CALL, in wrapper, for mailing.
"T^EN^TS^SO""PER " "cENt! 100 PEITcEXT\
-r»- 200 per cent profit ; ladies or gents ; nice clean
goods for best people: happy customers: happy
agents; all at home; money in pocket no capital,
no experience, no hard work. Write Globe Chemi-
cal Co., B. 5, Columbus, Ohio.
WANTED — WHY SHOULD ANY LADY
» » married or single, be poor or live in penury
when they can get a light easy job by addressing
Globe Chemical Co.. B. 4, Columbus, Ohio, who
employ ladies to look after their business right at
home and make from $10 to $20 a week without
any experience or hard work.
SALKSMA N— DRUG TRADE, SIDE LINE OR
otherwise. J. Knight, 225 State St., Racine, Wis.
\\T ANTED— AGENTS, LADIES OR GENTS:
'» 82 per day, $3 per day, $5 per day: cash in
pocket Saturday night: permanent position; bus!
ness clean, peasant and honorable: no capital, ex-
perience or traveling; all at home; customers de-
lighted; agents happy. Write Globe Chemical Co..
B. 6, Columbus, Ohio.
Wanted— 6 first-class canvassers
" to sell the best article on the market in interior
towns; references required. Inquire from Bto 10
A. M., 2 to 6 p. m., at 1020 Castro st. _^
WANTED TO-DAY— 2 LIVE CANVASSERS
•'to introduce horse and stock book. ED-
WARDS 7 City Hall avenue.
ACTIVE PABTNBB WITH $1000 CASH;
-fV- half Interest in manufacturing business worth
$3000 per year given. Address Manufacturer, Call
Oilir.-, Oakland. ■
WANTED —WE HAVE A NUMBER OF
'» clients looking for business properties: wish
; to invest from $10,000 to $50,000: paying: fair
Interest on the investment; north of Market street
preferred. McAFEE BROTHERS.
108 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
Y~Y7>u^Ntr % MAi!r'XNiri3i^^
plain family where there are other little girls.
Address Board, box 19, Call Oilice.
IH. burdTauctioneer, payTcashTor
J. furniture and all kinds merchandise. 10 Fulton.
; wantkd— mis ukllaneouB.
cheap. Address 1019 Alabama st. _,
KLEIN, 109 SIXTH ST., PAYS GOOD PRICES
for clothing, books anil Jewelry: ostal.
T~o^t^7ady~'ss s^jlitXire brjoas-Fpin'.
XJ bet. Shrader st. and Shell Mound Park. Finder
return to MRS. J. G. HASSHAG EN, 2200 Grove
St.. near Stanyan, and receive $35 reward.
LOST— A PASSBOOK WITH THE HIBERNIA
J Savings and Loan Society of San Francisco, in
the name of MARTIN GALLAGHER, No. 198,-
-085. The finder will please return to bank.'
OST— IN PARK, LADY'S GOLD WATCH
fob with locket and moonstone pendants. Re-
turn 226 Scott St., reward.
1 OST — LARGE YOUNG FEMALE DOG;
XJ light color; black muzzle; please return *.o 621
Post st.: liberal reward.
LOST— ON KEARNY ST., LADY'S , GOLD
watch and fob; Initials M. M. on case of watch.
Finder please return to 723 Montgomery aye. and
LOST— A PASSBOOK WITH THE HIBER-
nia Savings and Loan Society of San Francisco,
in the name of . ELIZABETH KOENIG, No. 193-
-1293. The finder will please return to bank.
LOST— A PASSBOOK WITH THE HIBER-
nia Savings and Loan Society of San Francisco,
in the name of THOMAS CREAN V, No. 157-384.
The finder will please return to bank. . .
JO can have same by paying expense and calling
at 7 Filbert place, off Union st., nei.r Kearny. ■
O EW I mTma^HINeF^ENTEdT~S I~ 50 PER
O month; all kinds repaired; machines sold from
«5 upward. 1368 Market
STRANGER, 32, DEs7rES~TO MARRY
>J working girl. European, box 26, Call Office.^
ON ACCOUNT OF SICKNESS, MY (GRINDING
and repair shop must be sold : will sell cheap to
the right parties. Call or address 232 San Pablo
LA VERTTE HAIR-DRESSING BAZAAR RE-
XJ moved to Grant aye., Market and O'Farrell sts.
M~ISS ARM ST RON , ( ! VAPOR and
electric baths. 121 Montgomery St., room 6.
HAIBDBESSING.26c.AN STYLE; lst-CLASS
XX shampoo, 50c; Pioneer Hair Store. BERTHA
SPITZ, 111 Stockton St.; strictly one price only.
1 Don BUSINESS CARDS, $T*sol DELIV-
X\J\J\J ered city or country. HILL, 72iy 2 Mar-
A N'C'Y DANCING FOR CHILDREN; SAT.
aft. IRVINE'S, 927 Mission, bet. sth and 6th.
T> AG CARPETS WOVE TO ORDER FOR SALE;
-I-V also chenille-wove rugs, silk-rag portieres:
dealer in carpet twine in hank or chain at lowest
rates. GEO. MATTHEW. 709 Fifth, Oakland, (a!.
MRS. ET'IIE RALPH. FROM THE EAST:
genuine magnetic treatment; rheumatism. 132
Sixth st., room 23.
/CABINET, ELECTRIC, STEAM BATHS. 50c;
\J chronic and acute diseases treated, $5 a month
up; solar bath $1; oxygen used, at DR. HARRI-
MAN'S Sanitarium, cor. Twelfth and Mission, 1534.
FINK SUITS, $15; DRESS PANTS, $4 75.
Misfit Clothing Parlors, 513 Montgomery si.
A ~DVICE "FREE— DIVORCE. PBOBATE laws
-£*- a specialty: suits, Superior, Justice, I'olice
Courts: terms reasonable; collections, etc. O. W.
HOWE, atty-at-law, 850 Market cor. Stockton.
BICYCLE SUITS, LADIES' OK GENTS', TO I
order: low prices. HUTT, Tailor, 212 Mason
#10 SUITS TO ORDER; SAMPLE BY MAIL.
«4PJ^ NEUHAUS. Merchant Tailor, 115 Kearny.
TVTEW HIGH-GRADE BICYCLE ON THE
i-i coast; large stock; agents wanted in every
town; cycleries, attention. Address Majestic Bi-
cycle Agency, 2120 Point Lobos aye., S. F.
DX. J. MILTON BOWERS HA RETURNED
and resumed practice at 113 Powell st.
AYE MONEY — LADIES, FOR A WELL-
made tailor suit, or fine cape or jacket, visit the
St. Louis Wholesale Branch Store. 1152 Market st. 1
DRESSES CUT AND FITTED, $3; DRESSES
popular prices; engagements by day. 11 Geary.
IGHEST PRICE PAID FOB CAST-OFF
clothing.books. novels. RAPHAEL, 247 4th st.
WHITEWASHING MACHINE AND BRUSH
work; 34c yard; contracts taken. WAIN-
WRIGHT, 1460 Market: machines sold or hired.
HOME AGAIN ; WRECKERS OF HIGH
prices; fine suits, $15; dress pants, $4 75;
overcoats. $2 95. Misfit Clothing Parlors, 513
Montgomery St.. cor. Commercial, upstairs. ,
Wife (severely)— l'd have you know, sir,
that I always keep my temper.
Husband" (soothingly)— Of course you
do, my dear. Of course* you do, and I wish
to goodness you'd get rid of it.
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 fail; try it. By all druggists price SI, or
SMITH BROS., Fresno, Cal.
SECOND-HAND As WELL AS NEW BARS,
O showcases, counters, shelvings, 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. NOON AN, 1017-1019-
-1021-1023 Mission St.. above bixth.
Or.*; MORE CUT— " "
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 si., above sixth.
HEADQUARTERS LUNG DISTANCE tele-
J_l phones, cheap: send for prices. Klein Electric
Works, 720 Montgomery st.. San Francisco, Cal.
PLACE for ladies TO trade in
stocks and grain : large money made on small
Investment. WIiEELOCK & CO., 318 Pine St., R 3.
pLOAKS, CAPES AND SUITS retailed AT
\J mfrs' cost. Factory, 20 Sansome st.. upstairs.
INETOSCOPESFOP. SALE : PHONOGRAPH
outfits bought for cash. Bacigalupi, 946 Mkt.
OLD BUILDINGS BOUGH? AND HOLD,
store-fixtures, doors, windows, lumber, pipe,
etc.: cheap. Yard 1166 Mission st., nr. Eighth.
GAS FIXTURES AND PLUMBING. 627
Golden Gate aye. H. HUFSCHMIDT.
OLD GOLD, SILVER, GENTS 1 AND LADIES'
clothing bought. COLMAN, 41 Third st.
\\ ' INDOW SHADES MANUFACTURED TO
TT order by WILLIAM McPHUN. 1195 Market.
up. 1053 Market st.
x*. ments or worthless pills used; every woman
her own physician for all female troubles; no mat-
ter from what cause; restores always in one day;
11 you want to be treated safe and sure call on men's
physician ;knowledge can be sent&usedat home;all
cases guaranteed. DR. POPPER, 318 Kearny st.
A SURE AND SAFE CURE FOR ALL FE-
male diseases: ladies may have 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 injury to
health. MRS. DR. GWYER, 226 Turk st., bet.
Jones and Leavenworth.
LL LADIES CONSULT FREE MRS. DR.
DAVIES, 14 McAllister St., near Market:
leads all competitors: only qualified, trusty spe-
cialist for safe, quick relief of irregularities, no
matter what cause; treatment scientific, harmless
and painless: never fails; home in confinement.
\\riLLIAM.B. CHURCH, PHYSICIAN and
" surgeon, 1018 Washington St.. Oakland; hours
10 to 12 a. M., 2 to 4 and 6:30 to 7:30 p.m.;
patients received and cared for by trained nurses
at residence, 518 Tenth st., Oakland. Tel. 434.
RS. GOODWIN, si'kri^iTY DISEASES OF
women ; ladies near or far assured quick relief
of disease; irregularities restored daily safe cure
guaranteed: no instruments; home in confinement;
best skill; low fees; pills $2. 1370 Market st.
FREE OF CHARGE— ANY ONE SENDING
their name and address to B. T., Call Office, box
111, I will send a positive cure for cystitis or blad-
der trouble, no matter how long standing.
DU-PRAE'S FEMALE REGULATING PILLS;
safe and efficient emmenagogue; $1 per box.
RICHARDS <& CO., druggists, 406 Clay St., sole
agents. \ --• .:
LA I) IKS — CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH PEN-
JU ny royal Pills (Diamond Brand) are the best,:
safe, reliable; take no other; send 4c, stamps, for
particulars, "Relief for Ladies," in letter by return
mail; at druggists. Chichester Chemical Company,
ALL FEMALE IRREGULARITIES RE-
'wfTx stored in one day: no instruments: French
remedies guaranteed at any time; consult free.
r-llt.s. DR. YET 11 , 91 6 Post St., near Larkin.
"ISr. RICORD'S PILLS; l-.X PKKSSS2 50: SAFE,
>J sure, reliable: RtCOrd's specialties, females.
Maison et Cie, Ajtts. ROOT'S, Sixth and Howard.
AUDET'S AI'llKO TABLETS— THE GREAT
modern remedy for the cure of neurasthenia,
lihpotency, and all disorders of the sexual organs;
$1 a. box: 6 boxes $ft; send for circular. J. H.
WIDBER, cor. Market and Third, sole agent.
ALL LADIES IN TROUBLE consult THE
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 eye; advice free;
confidential. MRS. DR.«BCOTT, 110 V Turk st.
MRS. Dk. WEGENER, "PRIVATE .HOME
for all female diseases; separate homes for la-
dies before and during confinement ; have enlarged
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
practice; travelers attended; no delay: all business
strictly confidential ; babies adopted." 419 Eddy st.
P~ OSITIVE, GUARANTEED CURE FOR 18-
-I regularities; used for years in private practice
with invariable success even in most aggravated
cases: easy to take; perfectly natural In action;
no pain, exposure or danger; cures in two days;
sent securely sealed 011 receipt of $3 or.C. O. D.-
st»*rt!y confidential. Address DR. J. MILTON
BERGKTOLE, 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.
D~li7t'i A CC, 14 MCALLISTER, SECOND FLOOR,
next Hlbernia Bank: diseases of women.
PRIVATE HOME IN CONFINEMENT: GER-
JL man midwife. MRS. POWELL, 1310 Mission.
VTICE PRIVATE HOME IN CONFINEMENT
Xl at the most reasonable price in the city. MRS.
M. PFElFFER,jnldwife, 2014 Folsom at.
IF IRREGULAR OB ANY FEMALE DISEASE
see Mrs. Dr. Puetz and be | content. 254 4th.
A LPEAU'S FRENCH PILLS. ~ " ~
■"■ A boon to ladies troubled with Irregularities;
no danger: wife and sure; $2 50, . express C. O. D.
don't delay until too late. OSGOOD BROS., Oak-
land. Cal. : agents for AlDeau et Cie.
v --- : • -■-."■ ... .■ - - ■■..■...'.. -
I?__PBS.SS BUSINESS-GOOD lIORSK, HAS-
SJ ness and wagon; plenty of work; S_2s PHIL-
BRICK A METCALF, 2648 Folsom st.
SALOON— BEST LOCATION IN THIS CITY ;
O old stand: nice fixtures; good stock; price
$3500, will, take part real estate in exchange.
PHILBRICK & MET CALF, 2548 Folsom St.
"pESTAURANT, COFFEE- SALOON CHEAP;
-It on account of sickness: good paying; trial
given; rent $17; water Tree. PROLL &STEN-
BERG, 719 Market St.
(* A fU\ OLD ESTABLISHED NEWS-STAND,
«Jp""-tv/l". laundry office: centrally located; rent
$20; laundry paysslo: must sell: sickness cause
of sale; bargain. WOOD A CO., 917 Market st.
f ffl» Qftitiit DAIRY AND "PRODUCE STOBE IN
?JpO«JU. heart of city owner going 10 Germany;
cheap. WOOD <$: CO., 917 Market st.
<_. _t ' A GROCERY AND BAB; FINE COR-
rJP"X«JU. ner: 3 living rooms: big stock; bargain.
WOOD & CO., 917 Market st.
(16/IAAA PARTNER FOB HALF-INTEREST
<3>'±UuU. In bazar; 8000 stock: established 7
years: each to invest $1000 additionally in bicycles;
large basement for riding academy. Call or ad-
dress Van Ness Bazar, 1808 Market st.
yOUKQ HAN WITH .$2OO TO LEARN PHO-
i- tography and go in partnership. ALBERT H.
JOCELYN, Brooklyn Hotel.
$£ f\f\f\ l FIRST - CLASS SALOON. NEAR
«Jp«JUv7. Kearny and Market: lull stock; bargain.
Inquire 112 Geary st.
IU Ul 20 ROOMS, NEAR SUTTER ST.;
cTpUI/U. oak furniture: rent $60. A. M. SPECK
a CO., 30 Montgomery st. ,
ALOON J'OK SALE IN A GOOD LOCATION"
O Inquire E. CAMPION, 416 Pine St.
I^OR SALE, PR ICE $200 — BAKERY,
J. cigar, tobacco and notion store: 8 nice living-
rooms; rent only $15 week. Inquire 18-6 Howard.
OB EXCHANGE FOR CHICKEN
-C ranch — First-class livery and boarding stable.
Address C, box 47, this office. *
"FOB SALE, LEASE OB RENT TEN ACRES
-T sediment land near Petaluraa; good for vege-
tables: fenced: 3- room house; well: small orchard
with large black oaks: Apply stoB p. m., JOHN
DANIELL, 708 Mason St.
O MART BUSINESS WOMAN CAN BUY FINK-
O paying transient house; installments; part
cash. Address "Installments," box 8, Call Office.
J7OB SALE — A FIRST-CLASS PLUMBING,
-C stoves and tinshop in this city. For further
particulars inquire W. W. MONTAGUE & CO.'S,
for GEORGE .1. REMINGTON.
T HAVE A VALUABLE INVENTION OF
-I burning material; is cheaper and much better
fuel than coal or wood, and would like a man with
some capital to investigate it. Address W. X., box
106, Call office. y
ti_ if\f\ WINE AND LIQUOR ROUTE;
«_5_cUU. clears $75 a month. Address G. J. A.,
box 57. Call Office.
STATIONERY, CANDY. TOY' STORE FOR
O sale at a bargain. 1650 Polk st.
TpOB SALE— CANDY, Ice-cream factory,
-F Third st. For information call at L. DEM AR-
TINI, 648 Mission st.
1 RST-CLAStTSALOON AND RESTAURANT,
-T doing good business; building of 20 rooms;
well furnished; all occupied. Call or address MRS.
DELCROIX, Tiburon, Marin Co.
\\r ANTED— PARTNER WITH f 1000 OR $2000
'» for a. metal business: must be able; to take
orders; money secured; investigation solicited.
Address S. F., box 62, Call Otiice.
"VTARIETY, NOTION AND MILLINERY
V store for sale cheap; clean stock; good location;
2 living-rooms; rent $18. Apply Call Office.
UTCHJER - SHOP; OLD STAND; GOOD
trade; with team; low rent; must be sold:
price $500. PHILBRICK & METCALF, 2548
B" LACKSMITH - SHOP FOR RENT CHEAP;
fine chance for good horseshoer and general
blacksmith; goodwill and tools included. Call at
Central aye. and San Leandro road, Oakland.
fflJl^O, FRUIT AND CANDY BUSINESS;
•jP±U\./. rent $10. BARRETT & CO., 86oV_
~Q> 7(1 A JBA KEBS ATTENTION; RECEIPTS
<& ' vu. $17 day; all counter trade; more than
value in sight: sickness cause sale; positive proof;
trial. BARRETT & Co., 865 - 2 Markets:.
MAN AND WIFE; A HOME SACRIFICE;
ill come and see the Port Royal Restaurant; sell-
ing on account of sickness. 1148 Folsom st.
A 1 RETAIL MILK ROUTE FOB SALE;
A other interests demand owner's attention:
principals only. Milk, box 26, Call Office.
MUST BE SOLD WITHIN 30 DAYS; A AND-
somely furnished house; over 100 rooms: cen-
tral location: owner going to Europe. Address F.
11., box 12 Call.
\y" ELL-ESTABLISHED CORNER saloon ; A
»» bargain. Apply 31 Ninth. GEO. BUZZ I XI.
T7IBUIT AND VEGETABLE STOBE, WITH
J sodastand; cheap. 52!?i/jj Third st.
u_7nn GROCERY' AND BAR. Fn'QUIRE
I \J\J. JOSEPH MELCZEB & CO., 506 Markt.
ajjin BLACKSMITH-SHOP; good LOCA-
«ITI.V/. tion; rine road. T. F. CON KLIN, 735
O'Farrell st. ; Bto9 a. m., 7:30 P. M. : •
ipOB SALE— GOOD PAYING GROCERY AND
X bar, wood and coal, hay and grain at sacrifice.
Call Fifteenth and Guerrero sts. .. , .
ffljQOX GREAT " BARGAIN; STORE; 11
iip«_)__«J. rooms: newly iiapered and furnished: 4
rented; rent paid for 7 months. Apply 322 Third st.
flUOfl AflA HOTEL PROPERTY' AND BUSt
tiPOv/. \J \J\J. ness for sale; best paying business
on line of railroad, in thriving town: did business
$35,000 in 1894, far better expectations for 1895;
fine buildings and grounds; accommodations
ample and first-class: splendid opportunity and
bargain to right man. CURTIS BOWLEY, Mills
building, San Francisco.
PROFITABLE PROFESSION TO UNDER-
-L take-Photo-engraving business taught complete-
ly. Nat. Photo-engraving Co., 606 Montgomery.
SALOON FOR SALE. APPLY BROADWAY
FAMILY" LIQUOR-STORE FOR SALE. IN-
' quire of CHARLES S. LEVY, 20 Stockton st.
PARTNER WANTED — LADY OR GENT
-L with means: respectable: no better paying busi-
ness. 112 Taylor st., room 7.
ESTAURANT; 16 YEARS DOING BUSI-
J.V ness; good location: $75. Apply 208 First st.
RANCH BAKERY' AND VARIETY STORE
for sale; 3 rooms. 3421 sixteenth st., between
Church and Sanchez.
PARTNER WANTED; VERY PROFITABLE
-L enterprise; splendid opportunity. M., Box 26,
OX A ACRES NEAR WILLOWS, GLENN
s-dO\J County, for exchange or merchandise. 8.,
box 101, this office.
OR SALE FOR $6000— CHAMPAGNE MAN-
-T ufacturing business of established reputation:
owner will assist until party is thoroughly familiar
with business. Address Champagne, room 4, 325
<2»1 £»AA half cash, balance INSTALL-
i-\)\JVJ. ments: business pays $175 month;
right man can easily increase it to $500 or more.
Inquire CURTIS <fe BOWLEY, 32 second floor,
Mills building. __*.
QA A BIG STORE: FULL STOCK; FIVE
•IrOUVJ. rooms furnished; $18 rent. 341-V4
Fifth st. . '
OR SALE— CROCKERY-STORE AND FlX-
tures; cheap rent. 1230 a Pacific st.
ESTAURANT; FINE LOCATION ON MAR-
Xt ket st. : man and wife with small capital or
partners: living-rooms. Apply this office.
OR SALE— FRUIT AND CANDY STAND IN-
side depot, cor. California st. aM Central aye.
FOB SALE— SALOON AND LUNCHHOUSE;
good locality; well-paying business. Inquire'
127 Second St., in the butcher shop; no agents.
p ROCERY, BAR, 9 FURNISHED ROOMS-
VJ" must be sold. Cigar store, 145 Third st.
<££_?■.(_ GROCERY AND BAR; 4 LIVING-
tiDUiJV/. rooms: receipts $10 daily; conducted
by owner of building, who wants to retire: splen-
did location. See owner, 45 Capp st., or LOOM.IS
CO., 873 Vg Market st.
If OR SALE-GOOD INSIDE ROUTE ON THIS
J? paper. Apply 1404 Ellis St.
UST BE SOLD AT ONCE; BEST PAYING
livery stable in town; 30 boarders: 25 livery
horses: hacks, buggies, etc.: centrally located";
low rent; this is a fine opportunity to get a good
business at a bargain: principals only. Address
P. 8., box 127, this office. •• • ; .■ ..' ..-
GROCERY AND BAR DOING GOOD BUSI-
r ness: on corner; 6 living-rooms; large yard:
low rent; to be sold at sacrifice on account "of ill
health. Apply 501 Seventh st., cor. Bryant.
pARTNER (ACTIVE OR SILENT): MUST
X have $10.000. Address P., box 79, Call Office.
"pHANCE TO GO IN GROCERY BUSINESS
\j at invoice; 1 wagon, almost new. 1142 Folsom.
(CHEAPEST AND BEST IN AMERICA-THE
iJLa_T CALL, sent to any address in the
united States 01 Canada one year forsl 50, post-
$40. PIANO IN GOOD '"CONDITION! 28
tJP^IVf . Page st.
THRESH MILCH COW WITH FIRST CALF;
■A 1 to 8 quarts: also mother; same quantity:
reasonable. CHARLES HARKINS, Twenty-
fourth and Bryant sts. ,;j-.
2 FRESH MILCH COWS FOR HALE; GOOD
for family use. Apply 215 Linden st.
WHITE'S SEWING-MACHINE FOB SALE;
' w cheap. 429 Franklin st.
TJ^OR SALE— CHEAP, A SECOND-HAND SAFE
X in good order. Apply to J. L. FIELDS. 109
California st., room 4.
COLUMBIA PNEUMATIC, ONLY' $30; EAR-
\J gain. 328 McAllister st.
SAFE FOR SALE: FIRE AND BURGLAR
_ proof. T. HURLEY, room 95, 305 Larkln st.
\\\riLSHIRE SAFE, LETTER-PRESS. SCALE,
_» ' coftee-mlll and money-till; cheap. 102 Clay 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,
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,
221 and 223 Market St., factory 13 and 15 Drumm
St., San Francisco. Cal.
VTEW RANGES CHEAPER THAN SECOND- :
-IT hand. W. S. RAY Mfg Co.. 12 California st.
Ci 6UNT E R S. SHELVING, SHOWCASES
) bought and sold 1121 y a Market bet. 7th and Bth
LOI>GTXG-UO* T SKS FOB SALE.
oIdGIN^TWTSeTT- ROOMS; ALlTuKvfl
XI ed; cheap. 309 Grant aye.
1 n ROOM CORNER HOUSE. ONLY SXOo" ,
1i 15 rooms; N. of Market: rent $45; a snap )
30 room house clearing $200; cost *: : ?:hoo
Before buying, selling or exrhangiriL- l-o to
TRAVERS A LAMB, 512 California st _
1 ODG ING-HOUSE AT A B ABO AIN -TonrpiF
J-J departure. Call at once. 172 Minna s;.
T>BIVATE ROOMING HOUSE 10j£o?yuc-
-L all occupied, with stable, outhous.-s ij '
yards. Address L-, l:ox 5, Call Office. 5 ' lar ?u
BUTTER FIELD (WILLIAM), ACCTIOvn?ir
bargains in lod-ii!t:-li'ms'-s. > 'rocker blilMin '
niK.MTi Xi; FOB SALfT
I'~Ti7rrT^v7\i^>rrT s iTETßor^s^ 7. '. : ,Tr^
1 no dealers. 627V 2 Lombard st. • ALK;
URN IT U RE B-ROOM BOUSE REVr~tST
J _ rooms sublet. $13. 503 Hyde st. *"° :
C ROOMS OF FURNITURE • FOR~?rrS
E^gifth 021^^' 01 —-^—
BEDROOM SET, i^sifsn^
i?'_ls: Roxbury lirnssels. 76. U ! U^
20c; open evenings. SHIREK, 1310 Stockton,^!
H" G. KB ASK V, CARPETS KptFE^
.. folding, iron beds, furniture; (6w price,. ,*^
, stejiladder maim factd for the trad TTOjJi V
rurr prices in KUBNITURE i . Ji^r-
V; this wee,k at McCABE'S, 948-851 MhASif^
K EDUCTIONS ON LARGE STOCK NKU-TV^
second hand; 400 carpets, too ' * , AND
cloth, 25c: parlor suit.,, $19 up; i n^^ v = ? 1 '
7-plece chamber Baits, $14 60; corn c " , fl '™' *: K:
ranges, $6; cash or installments; itoolu «^i,f C i
free. T. 11. NELSON. 126 Konrtir^t. sblp; " ill
BRUSSELS, 45c, LAID; RCOi ..-.,
1 se'.s. 75c. laid: linoleum. 40 hl ; ,- oiuim C"
20c- open evenings. SHIREK. 13K) ; 3m?tock?
I CARPETS THOROUGHLI i ,:
,V renovated same a3 new. S. KK|-,,i' si v U
CO., 2a Tenth st. Telephone nnmber.^,"^ &
■ RATIONAL CARPET BEATING AxFRF^rT
i-1 vating Works, HAMPTON AN IS ,\ ■ i '•
and altering, 313-315 Guerrero: Tel: MUmi'ob 244^
, CITY STEAM CARPET-BEATIXO ffTvrJ
BTEVENS, manager. Telephone No., south 2.-.0
WHEN YOU BECOME Ms, ; ( 'sTED .WIT li
rpHE J E. MITCHELL CARPET-CLEANING
m m (lnco , - old established carpet ci.-a .ing
machines: cleaning 3c yard. 230 14th, tel C 074.
T MCQUEEN'S CABPET BEATING ANDBEN-
'> • ovating .vurks. ■}.-,:: Stevenson: ;cl. 3228.
WILSON BBOS .ITIOMAKIvI.I st! GETOUB
" rates and examine our method for storage of
furnnur- and all kinds of household goods; dust
ana vermin proof; separate rooms at low rates.
advances. LIE BES S. W. CO., 906 Market, r. 4."
FURNITURE, PIANOS r AND i OTHER MER-
X cnandise received on storage: money advanced
on consignments; fire-proof building. 410 Post St.,
STORAGE OF FURNITURE, PIANOS, HOUSE-
. hold goods, etc. J. m. in i.. 733 Market st.
VIRST-CLASSSTOKAGE: ADVANCES MADE"
J 421-423 .Market st. C'HA<. I. TAYLOR.
PIANOS. VIOLINS, ETC.
\\ ON £ V CA N i 1: SAVED AT~ i >UR Ba£
, IU gain-room: this week a very elegant upright
piano; tone, case, action just right ; price iusl right
also; only $210; it's a snap; original price was
much more; uprights $65 up; squares $"5 nn-
THE J. DEWING COMPANY, 2d floor Flood blri-.
BARGAIN— UPRIGHT PIANO, $«0; WILL BK
sold at once. Room 21, Flood building.
SACRIFICE NOW* BY OWNER-ELEGANT
O upright piano, $180. Room 10. 80?) Market st.
(I]9^ EASTERN PIANO; ALMOST XK\VJ
*>D-L—'*J' $5 installments. 221 Leavenuorth st.
EORGE F. WELLS, SOLE AGENT FOR I HE
VX Mathushek pianos; sold on very easy install-
ments; pianos rented. 1360 Market st.
AN EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY— PIANOS
sold upon a new rent-contract plan ; please call
and have li explained; the easiest terms ever i
offered for procuring a fine piano; full-size new up- A
rights from $150 upward. SHERMAN, CLAY _s
CO., corner Kearny and Sutter sts.
GREAT BARGAINS IN SECOND-HAND Pl-
anos at SHERMAN, CLAY &. CO.'S, cor. Kear-
ny and Slitter sis.
EASY TERMS: LOW PRICES. KUIILER &
FEW ELEGANT UPRIGHTS, STANDARD
makes, almost new, half original cost; see at
once. F. W. SPENCER A CO., 721 Market st.
BYRON MAIV.V. 308 POST ST~s7JITmER,
Newby <fe Evans, Briggs and other pianos.
STEINWAY UPRIGHT; SLIGHTLY UHED;
O grand tone; half-cost. fciPKNCKK, 721 JlarK-t.'
SUPERIOR VIOLINS, ZITHEKH, OT_D B \V~
H. MULLER. maker, repairer. 2Lbthatnplace.
&£A FRENCH UPRIGHT; «169 WEBER
tjp\j\J. upright square pianos from $50 upward,
easy terms, Fay's Piano Factory, 1729 Mission st.
\\- M. G. BADGER, WITH KOHLER <fc CHASE
'> 26, 28 and 30 O'Farrell st.
HARP BY' SEBASTIAN ERARD; DOUBLE
action and elegantly flnshed; is found with
difficulty anywhere; a nice selection is at present
exhibited by SHERMAN, CLAY' <fc CO.
STECK. CHICKERING A- SONS., VOBE AND
Sterling pianos sold on $10 installments. BEX
CURTAZ & SON, sole agents, 16-20 O'Farrell st.
0 SECOND-HAND UPRIGHTS, WITH OUR
A guarantee; $125 each. MA UVAIS.769 Market.
HOME INDUSTRY'— HEMME& LONG PIANO
CO., 340 Post; pianos sold on installments;
send for illustrated catalogue.
BETTER AND EASIER PLAN TO BUY A
good piano by renting. Be careful to co to
KOHLER & CHASE'S, 28 and 30 O'Farrell st.
DECKER BROS., STEIN WAY, FISCHER AND
other first-class makes of pianos: little used;
cheap -for cash or on easy terms. KOHLI_R <fc
CHASE. 28 and 30 O'Farre'l! St.
and an elegant solid oak and hickory cart; all la
fine order; cart cost wnen new $225; horse 8 years
old, perfectly sound and gentle: any one can drivii
him: will sell the whole outfit for $250. GEORGE
B. M. GRAY. 463 Ninth St., Oakland.
OOD BUSINESS HORSE WANTED IN EX-
change for city real estate. McEWEN BROS.,
118 Montgomery st.
SLIGHTLY SOILED DRIVING GLOVES
0 drummers' samples. lleinkk an's.lo9 Sansome
A STRONG YOUNG HORSE FOR SALE; CAN
-t\- be seen any afternoon at 1825 Bush st. Price.
A A HORSES FOB SALE; ALSO WAGONS,
Tt" bugcles. carts, harness; Grand Arcade Horsa
Market, 327 Sixth st. ; auction sales every Wednes-
day. SCLLIVAN iv DOYLE. Auctioneers.
1 00 sets SECOND-HAND HARNESS; ALL
lvu kinds: second-hand wagons, buKxy, carts;
also 20 cheap horses. Fifteenth nnd Valencia nts.
WAGONS AM) CAKKIAGKS.
HANDSOME STUDEBAKER BBOUGHAM .
for sale cheap. Apply Golden Gate Stables, 24
Golden Gate aye.
SE< ON I>-H AND WAGONS: ALL KINDS;
O cheap. 924 Bryant St., bet. Seventh and
LADY'S SIDE-SADDLE, IN GOOD ORDER.
Address It., box 8. Call Ollice.
A~^iTTrTvTcD^pT<m*7i' : TH B ji
East; he can be consulted on all matters of
interest to the human race, business, love, mar-
riage; everything; advice and assistance for all:
hours, 9 a. m. to 8 p.m.; letters with stamp an-
swered. Parlors 102 and 104, 1206 Market st.
Miss MELVTNA, CLAIRVOYANT AND MAG-
netic healer. 766 Vis Howard st. _. ______
ME. WALTEBB, ■:- CABD BEADEB, BE-
turned; 25c; gents 50c. 337 Tehama St., bet.
Fourth and Fifth. _
pLAIRVOYANT, FEE 25c: LADIES ONLY.
\J In the basement, 537 Third st.
II Its. DR. THOMAS BEIGHEL, CLAIRVOY-
-IVI ant- good luck given In business: lovers united;
no mistakes: fee 50c. 113 Fourth st., room 9.
LKON, PALMIST. CLAIRVOYANT, LIFE-
XJ reader, 533 Post : h'rs 9 to B daily ; and Sunday.
MME. MOBEAU— > AND " ONLY ME-
dium; give her a call; fee 25c. 131 Fourth st.
/ i REAT CLAIRVOYANT AND CA KD-READ-
VJT or: Hue. Stewart from Boston: seventh daugh-
ter of the seventh daughter: has read cards since 11
years of age; ladles or gents 50c. 917 Market, r. 3-4.
ME. p6~RTKR7~CA R D-READER; LADIES
50c: gents $1; palmistry and clairvoyant; sit-
tings $1 50. 210 Turk st., near Jones.
ME. DR. THOMAS, SCIENTIFIC REVEAL-
er by eggs and carls (in English or German)tclls
entire life, past, present, future: consultat;ous 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-tellinr;
develops clairvoyance, slate writing, etc. : has the
seven holy seals and the Palestine wonder charm;
fee $1 and upward. 2326 Mission, nr. Twentieth.
MRS. SHRINER ANT> GBIFFIN WILL HOLD '
a grand spiritual test meeting to-night at 909
Market st.: all invited; 10c.
RS. SIIEEIIAN, SPIRITUAL MEDIUM;
circles, Monday. Wednesday and Friday, 8
p.m.; 25-. 765 Market st.
DX. SCHLESINGER, TEST MEDIUM AND
healer; tobacco and alcohol cured. 534 Page.
MBS. S. SEAL— SPIRITUAL MEDIUM: RE-
ligious dr. Wed. 8 p.m.; Thurs., 2:30: 110 Mc-
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