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SCHEEL'S ENGAGEMENTS
Musicians Recall the Failure
of His Los Angeles and
Local Plans.
AFTER THREE MONTHS ONLY.
His Conservatory and Exploiting of
the City of the Angels
Abandoned.
It is a few months since Fritz Scheel
opened a conservatory on the European
plan at 1118 Slitter street.
The conductor was very particular about
the European characteristic of his con
servatory. It was not to be one of the
mushroom-like American schools of music
which endure but a day, but was to be
founded on a solid basis of Art — with a
capital A, and was to last for all time, and
make the music of California better and
nobler.
In pursuit of this aim Scheel had his
conservatory furnished in a way that re
called music at every step. Pictures of
the great composers gazed down from the
walls, music-stands were übiquitous, and
you could scarcely take a step without
stumbling over a bass viol or a big drum.
Down in the cellar were stored cases of
gorgeous apparel, glittering with gold and
silver tinsel. These were the rococo uni
forms which Sheel s musicians wore dur
jng their somewhat unhappy Chicago ex
perience, and it was whispered that if the
male students applied themselves dili
gently they might live to wear those gor
geous uniforms at the conservatory con
certs.
But that was three whole months ago.
The pictures of the composers are gone
from the conservatory (on the European
plan) now: gone are the bass viols ana the
uig drums. Even the music-stands have
Tetnrned to their respective owners.
Scheel has taken the rococo uniforms
home with him and threatens to spring
them on a long-suffering public at the
Fourth of July parade, ana there is a large
"To Let" in the windows of the conserva
tory. Those who wanted to become stu
dents during the palmy days of the insti
tution nay that it was the last place in the
Uity where the Herr Director was to be
found, and that the merest outsider took
more interest in the conservatory than
goheel did.
Perhaps this was partly owing to the
fact that two months ago' Schee! became
possessed with the conviction tnat Los
Angeles needed a musical missionary, and
he succeeded in convincing the people of
the City of the Angels that much profit
might be derived from having him there
in that capacity.
Five weeks ago the Los Angeles local
papers were full of Scheel's pictures nnd of
announcements of his grand series of con-
cvrts, the date of which was fixed from the
21st to the 24th of May. The people wore
enthusiastic, a grand success was antici
pated, but the Herr Director, for reasons
which still remain unexplained, ignored
his Los Angeles engagements at the
eleventn hour.
Just at present, when Scheel is dividing
the musicians' union, the cautious spirits
in the organization are thinking of Los
Angeles and the conservatory. Scheel
Fays the men who come out with him are
secure of engagements for two years. "But
how about Scheel's former projects?" And
then the many musicians shake their
heads when they think about the Los
Angeles engagement that came to naught
and the notice "to let" in the windows of
the conservatory.
SCHEEL WILL NOT LEAD.
Professor Spadina Will Coodnct the Fark
Band To-morrow.
Professor Fritz Scheel will not lead the
Park band to-morrow nor hereafter unless
lie settles his trouble with the local Mnsi
cians' Union and is reinstated as a mem
ber thereof. Buch is the .statement of
Joseph D. Redding, trustee for the Park
Commission in matters pertaining to park
concerts. Professor A. Spadina will taKe
charge meanwhile.
This action, Mr. Redding explained, was
not taken on the ground of any personal
objection to Mr. Scheel. but because it was
a question of whether Mr. Scheel should
be allowed to play or the remaining forty
members of the band. Were Mr. Scheel to
undertake to play none of the present
members of the Park hand could do so
and continue members of the union. Pro
fessor Scheel was employed under a
monthly contract, and his month will be
up to-morrow. As Mr. Redding further
explained, Professor Scheel was not the
sole conductor of the band, but simply al
ternated with Professor Spadina.
Trouble is also brewing for the expelled
professor in connection with his contract
with the Mechanics' Institute to play in
the pavilion during the fair, which opens
on August 13. The board of trustees of the
institute will hold a regular meeting next
Tuesday, and the contract made by the
music committee will come up for dis
cussion. Speaking of this, George dim
ming, vice-president of the institute, said:
At the time the contract was mn.de no one, of
course, had any idea of trouble of this kind.
It is the desire of the institute that only union
men be employed. In fact, no bids were con
sidered except those put in by union musi
cians. While there was a stipulation in the
contract that not less than union wapes should
be paid any of the men, I am afraid nothing
was stipulated as to the men being members of
the union. We have no wish to antagonize the
Musicians' Union, nor, for that matter, any
body of organized laboring men. We have
always stood for proper compensation for labor
and shall always do so, aim shall endeavor to
art consistently with that principle.
If there is no stipulation for union men in
the contract, I don't see what we can do other
wise than carry it out. The matter will be
fully discussed before the whole ooard at our
approaching meeting.
THE BAGGAGEMAN EXPLAINS.
Ho Declares That No Trunks Are
Smashed on the Railroad.
"How do so many trunks get broken?"
repeated the baggageman, as his face took
on an anxious and weary look. "Well,
that's a question which has puzzled me
for a good many years, and I'd give a good
deal for a satisfactory answer."
"The baggage-smasher doesn't have any
thing to do with it, of course?" was sar
castically queried.
"Not a* tning, sir. That's where the pub
lic does him a rank injustice. In the old
days they have smashed np a trunk occa
sionally, but in these modern times trunks
are handled like glassware. I've been on
the road for seven years, and during that
time I have not even ripped the handle off
a trunk."
"But trunks come off your car all
smashed up."
"Yes, sometimes; and I've had people
complain of me and try to get me dis
charged. They were laboring under a mis
apprehension, however. In seven cases
out of ten the trunk is damaged before it
leaves home. People never send a trunk
to the shop until the last minute.''
"Is the motion of the train hard on
trunks?"
"Very hard, sir. It jars the nails and
screws loose, and the first thing you know
the sides of a trunk all fall in, and 1 am
blamed for it. We have to stand trunks
on end, you know, to economize space.
While in that position they are still more
Busceptible to the jarrin(t.' r
"It doesn't hurt a trunk to drop it from
the car door to the platform, does it?"
'•Not the slightest. On the contrary, if
it is an old trunk the shock will tighten it
up as good as new. On my run I save the
public at least $3000 per year for repairs to
the trunks. You have seen two men seize
a trunk and ding it on top of the pile on a
truck. At such times you think you hear
the sound of breaking glass, but you are
mistaken. It is the loose Jock of the trunk
settling into place and saving the owner at
least fifty cents in cash. You have seen a
trunk fall from the top of a load on a
transfer truck, haven't you?"
"Yes, I have."
"The noise was like bursting open a
door, and you probably felt like giving
somebody a piece of your mind. The
injury was purely imaginary. The fall
simply boltel the casters on and strength
ened the hinges. I am sorry the public
labors under the hallucination it does, as
it puts a baggageman in a bad light. I
suppose you sometimes stand around to
see your trunk put on the car?"
"Yes, I often do."
"And when you see it rolled over and
over and ended with a bang, and spun
half way down the car, you feel a cold
chill?"
"I do,"
"Well, chill no more. Such handling is
really a benefit to the trnnk and should be
an extra charge. Dear me, but I wish the
public was more appreciative."
"How would you go to work to damage
a trunk?"
"I do not know. I have laid awake
nights and speculated and planned and
worried, but have never solved the ques
tion. There is no way that I could do it.
In case of a wreck a trunK might get dam
aged, but while under my care it is as safe
as its owner in the parlor car. For years
and years 1 have handled at least 500
trunks per week, and in no case have I
been to blame for any damage. I wish
the public understood" this, as it would
make my life more cheerful. It is useless
to hope though. The baggageman is a
slandered railroad man, and so he must
remain while people travel with trunk 3."
And he caught the handle of an old
trunk, gave it a wrench which broke both
hinges and split the cover, and sighed
drearily as he turned to his work checking
off. — Detroit Free Press.
EEAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Savings and Loan Society to Charles Abraham,
lot on NX corner of Gough and Greenwich streets,
N 19, N 5434 deg., E 100, X 2634 deg., W 53:5, N
70Vli des.. I: 113:8, N 33 dec, W 64:6, N 76 deg.,
iy ? 4 ,'« N 613 deg., K «3. S'2 B y,deg., E 102:9,
NE 10, SE. 7, S 83% deg., E 60. SE 110, W 25
Nw 28, SW 30, W 315, subject to all rights of
way; $3500.
Same to same, lot on NE corner of Gongb and
Greenwich streets. N 21 :10, NE 86:4%. M W 53:1.
XE 113:11, N\V 65, N\V 5:1, NE 22:10; NE 59:3
sK 102:9, NE 66:9%, SE 28:8, SE 121:114, W
385:11 2 . quitclaim deed; $1.
Patrick McAran.to Peter and Annie Donahue,'
James M. Donahue, Mary E. yon Schroeder and
Thomas J. Clunie, 924 d 219, P. McAran to Peter
Donahue, September 6, 1878: lot on N line of
Eighteenth street. 150 W of Valencia, \V 150 by
X 200; also lot on S line of Eighteenth street, 20
\V of Valencia, \V 266, S 100. XE 280 to beginning;
also 1384 d 324, Annie Donahue, James M. DoLa
hue, Mary E. yon Schroeder and Mary A. Tobin to
Thomas J. Clnnie, October 4, 18S9: also lot on X
line of Eighteenth street. 160:6 \V of Valencia, N
ISO, W 11:4, XW 40, W 110. H 80:4. \V 21:2. S
90:8, E 135:1%; also lot on NX corner of Bird
avenue and Dearborn place. R 142, N 2, W 142.
S2: also estate of Peter Donahue and also Bird
avenue In Mission block 70; $10.
Christian W. Nlssum to Jens P. Nissnm, lot on
N line of Twenty-second street. 279:1114 \V of
Church, W 25:5% by X 114; $10.
James Gardner To Jane Gardner, lot commencing
125 feet X" of iho NE comer of Texas and Solano
streets. X 25 by E 100: gift.
K. K. and Emily L. Sturtevant to James Sharp,
lot on E line of Twenty-fourth avenue, 150 X of
California. X 25 by E 120; also lot on sE corner of
London and Persia avenues, E 25 by S 100, block
11, Excelsior Homestead: $10.
John B. Maginnls to Leonie Maginnis. lot on S
line of I street, 107:6 W of Eleventh avenue. \V 25
by S 100; gift.
G. A. and Aggie C. Bergwell, William and Jennie |
A. ork to Emily E. Barstow. all interest in lots I
27 and 28. block 601 lots 15 and 16, block 598.
Citizens' Homestead and Road Association, as per
map of May 29. 1863: grant.
M. T. Arey to C. Babbidge, lot 27, block 332,
O'Neil and Haley Tract grant.
William C. Laurence to Frank Howard, lots
2287. 2268, 2269, 2290, 2291, 2292, Gift Map
4 : $5. /
William H. and Lulu K. Chapman to Rosamond
Fay, lot 44. block C, Lake View: $10.
Benjamin Healey to Jos Guadaloupe, lot on X
line of Fifteenth avenue, 125 W of J street. W 25
by X 100, block 287, South San Francisco Home
stead and Railroad Association; $10.
AT.AMKDA COUNTT.
Charles S. and Anna V. Chamberlain to V. D.
Moody of Oakland, lot on NW corner of San Pablo
avenue and Forty-fifth street, N 90 by W 270. Oak
land Township, subject to a mortgage to Hibernia
Savings and Loan Society: $10.
Charles L. and Lily F. Tilden of Pan Francisco to
Annie E. Whitney of Berkeley, lot on X line of
Bancroft way, 45 E of Choate street, E 55 by V
120, Berkeley; $10. *
8. H. and Mary L. Davis of Alameda to Kitty B.
Taylor of San Francisco, lots 9, 10, 11 and 12,
Central-avenue Tract, a subdivision of Jots 2 and 3,
Kingsiand Tract, Brooklyn Township: $10.
Mary E. and W. H. Seaton et al. to Robert Car
roll ot Oakland, lot on X line of Fourth avenue. 159
W of Newton avenue, X 79, X 126, W 89, s 128 to
beginning, being lot 8. block C. Peralia Heights,
East Oakland: also lot on X line of Fourth avenue
25 E from SW corner lot 7. block C, Peralta
Heights. X 45, X 128. W 59, S 125 to beginning
being portion of lot 7, block C, Peralta Heights ■
East. Oakland; $10. f" '
George B. M. and Alice M. Gray to J. C. Hollo- !
way of Sonoma, lot on NW line of Tenth av*>oiie, j
600 XE of East Twenty-fourth street, XE 100 hv !
XW 150. being lots 5 and 6, Gray's Bonnie View i
Tract, East Oakland: *10.
Horace .Scott S«aton of San Francisco
to Robert Carroll of Oakland. lot on X line of
Fourth avenue, 15!» W of Newton avenue, E 79. X
125, W 89, s ] - iBJto beginning, being lot 8, block C
Peralta Heights: also lot on E line of Fourth
avenue, 25 E from SW corner of lot 7. block C
Peralta Heights, E 45, X 128, W 59, S 125 to be
ginning, being portion of lot 7, block C, Peralta
Heights. East Oakland: $10.
James and Alice M. Scoon to F. Gibson Jones of
Oakland, lot on XW corner of Bonton avenue
and Eighth street, WSO by X 140, being lot 1
block G, lviluknerville Tract, Oakland Township;
A. B. and Bessie E. Cary of Alameda to George
A. GoeRS of Sonoma, lots 5,6,23,524. block V
amended map, Moss Tract, Brooklyn Township;
Builders' Contracts.
Esther M. Wilson with W. J. Field, to erect a
three-story frame building on X line of Sacramento
street, 131 13 Eof Devisadero; $4825.
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
GRAND HOTEL.
A B Coffer, Oakland Mrs F Strumm, Benlcia
H J Small, Sacramento P ICuhlman, N V
A Hall &w, Pi Reyes II 51 Smith, Pasadena
F F Nelon, Nevada City T McGilvray, Pasadena
S B Corbaley &w. Ind Miss Sproul, Chieo -
P Green. May field DrSchlauser, Chicago
V Har.nen. Vallejo Mrs C H Lux, San Jose
J * Burdel', Cal Mrs A C Hihn, Pnta Cruz
V Wneeler, Vailejo S M Cooper, Santa Cruz
J M Beck, Oakland Miss Townsend, Minn
C A Phillips. San Jose - C F Schunk, Sacto
W F Peterson. Sacto F T Johnson, Sacto
£ C if* r I- S * cto T R Kane, Los Angeles
T F Don*. Altoona -OB Hayes, Los Angeles
Mrs RBramar&f, Ohio T B Jones, I,os Angeles
H v Owner. Sacto , C Ward A w, Los Banos
If M Fish, Chicago XV E Graliam. Elgin
E W King, Ukiah J McGeorge & w, Oregon
1 1 King, Boston ft i> smj Hie & w, Cal
N D White. Uklab E O'Neill, Soquel
A Hohlmed, si Louis L A Gerome, Oakland
88 Fulton, Sacto E Bradbury.ElMonteclto
R coopman <fe w, Albany C W Crews &« , Pueblo
£ Kith. Albany W Jenkins A w.Petaluma
I)r J Clark, Gilroy - E L Doliney, Los Angeles
(i J Owens. Los Angeles T Flint Jr. San Juan
Mrs Rickert, Pina Blanc
LICK HOUSE.
H Laraprain. Mrrced John M Lane, Seattle
(ins Ehrenborg, N V Miss J Renwlck, Scotland
J R Broekie. Scotland A S Hatch, Oakland
(i L i'owlson A wf.HaydsJ S Powers, Callente
E F iJinsmorc, S Barbara H W George, Santa Clara
J Salsows. Santa Clara J.onls iinndelflii£er <t fm
Mrs J<; Cannon, Ytiba C Fresno
B J McfJanney.Menlo Pk n C McGannev, Smartsv
H Fromholz. Berlin, Ger T L S^liter 4. wf Xv
S J Stabler, Yuba dry John Howcll, Merced
Dr B McVi-ari;aln. San J Mrs J Tusby. Berkeley
Geo D Darnin. Fulton C E Langham, N V
C a Grunsky*. wf.Stock J A I.oiUitt <fe wf Stock
W Turner, Santa Rosa C H Merchant, t oos Bay
John Axx<fc wf, Oakland Miss Smith. Oakland
F U Carpenter, NY P B Chisoii. Mexico
Miss Hole. New York J Bell <fc wf, Han Jose
C Beldlng&wf, Stockton J H Tdwnsend 4 wf SJ
Miss 1 ownsend, San Jose B Schapero, s»n Jose
(i I. Bishop. Stockton J A Nordin, Caliente Sp
Geo D Aliman. Cazadero M B <Jreanedlno<t wf, S J
Miss Annie Halt, Napa John Joimson, Vallejo
F P Wickorsham. Fresno Chas M Coglan, Sacto
PALACE HOTEL.
D Brown <fe w, Denver B U Stelnman, Sacto
E B Bannister, Montana J T R!chard»on, London
H Janin <fe w, R V J S Cooke, Paterson. N J
L Scott, N V Mrs J Wolfgkill, N J
R H Flint, San Jose Hon Wade Hampton, S C
A C Holden, England C E Thomas, S<J
J C Boss, Del Monte R E Hyde, Visalla
Mrs H A Towne <t f, Me A II Still. V V
DrC W Aby. S Africa I Benedict, N V
Mrs M Hopkins* m,NY Mrs I Benedict, N V
J B Seltzor, Phlla A J Farrell, Visalla
Mrs l R Seltzer, Phlla James Henry, Ky
Miss B M Se.itr.er, Phila T Mcllroy Jr. N V
Miss M ay ben, Phila
BALDWIN HOTEL.
C Fisher, Oaklaud A B Darbr. San Jose
i D 1) fcden, Belvedere R Chick. Belvedere
P Berie, Port Costa A C Patterson & w, Ky
M 1-ned lander. Chicago B Jacobs, Chicago
A F Louis, X V N W Collins. Xapn
i ,< Mamn'inj, N.ipa G Davidson, Los Angeles
JEH Evans, San Jose P, Barnes, Chicago
1 Knapp, Santa Cruz G Forest, N V
I ? I '^ n J { . nev * n ' Ht ljOuis v ° Carmack, St Louft
1 H lodd, Sacramento
NEW WESTERN HOTEL.
M Kraham.w<fcc.Oreenvle J Kohford, Seattle
1 £ Smith, Fresno j Aralapsera, Sacto
L B Bennet R C M Werner. Sausallto
A A stuert A v.st Louis G B Warfield, st Louis
L(» Broyion.Whatcom p Wheeler, Spokane
J Brown, Alanuda J Perkins, Berkeley
XV Winter, Berkeley S A Hagy, Keno
J Madison, Philadelphia J Willlanm, N V
J iolkins, Brooklyn J Francis, Jersey City ,
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 1895.
THE BARRON CASE OF OLD
Attorney Pillsbury Breaks the
Seals on Some Old
Documents.
THE SUIT FOR MAINTENANCE.
The Records May Figure In the Trial
at San Jose to Be Begun
Monday.
E. Pillsbury has been displaoed by
George Monteith as counsei for Edward
Andrew Barron, the minor claimant in the
Barron will case at San Jose— this accord
ing to the statement of Mr. Monteith him
self last evening. He says this action was
taken by Miss Morton, the claimant's
mother. He will conduct the case alone.
The trial is set for Monda} r morning be
fore the San Jose courts.
Yesterday afternoon Mr. Pillsbury went
before Justice of the Peace Barry and
asked for an order permitting him to
break the seal upon certain papers that
were filed away in the upper back-number
pigeon-holes of Clerk Williams' back of
fice, the title of the papers being Barron
vs. Barron.
It was necessary that he should see the
papers, he said, to secure certain data af
fecting the interests of his late client.
The order was promptly granted; Mr.
Pillsbury went out, was absent not more
than ten minutes, when he returned and
asked for another order to have the big red
wax seals placed upon the papers again.
For this Judge Barry wanted a reason.
It was true that seals were sometimes
placed upon the papers in divorce and cer
tain classes of criminal cases by warrant of
law, but such cases were not "tried in the
Justice's courts, and he was not aware of
anything in the law that gave him the
right to place seals on public documents.
Mr. Pillsbury searched the code and
found the exceptions referred to but
nothing directly in Doint. Ho said th^
matter contained in the papers over which '
he desired to preserve secrecy contained |
the elements of those other cases which the
code withdrew from the public eye, and
for that reason he thought the intent I
should be considered and the exact |
language stretched a little in order to seal
these papers again.
But Judge Barry not only declined, but
expressed surprise that Justice James
Boland had granted the original order. !
The papers were sealed up December 17, ]
IS9O. They were the record of proceedings '■,
in an action for the maintenance of Ed- j
ward Andrew Barren, a child of 9 years !
of ace at that time. The proceedings were j
against the alleged father of the child, Ed
ward Barron, by the child's guardian. B. '
B. Newman.
The complaint recited a long story of
distress on the part of the child, a mu
latto, and his mother, Miss Morton, a
colored woman. According to the allega
tions, Mr. Barron had been contributing
J35 a month for some time to its support,
but, the child being sickly and requiring
medical attendance and "care, the sum
was inadequate.
It was stated further that Mr. Barron
had proposed to the mother that if she
would return to her former home at Louis
ville, Ky., he (Mr. Rarron) would purchase
her a house and provide for her liberally
to the end of his days; that she consented
and went there, and that Mr. Barron
bought a small house for her which
brought a rent of about $10 a month, and
further than that failed to provide for her.
She had therefore returned to Droceed
against him by law. The suit was brought
for $275 for the maintenance of the child
for one month, "and no other."
Denial is made to all the allegations, and
on October 16, 1890, the record shows that
the 3uit was dismissed without prejudice.
About Traveler*.
The conventional way of putting one's
autograph on a hotel-register is common
place enough, and so every now and then
variations in re-risterine'are to be found
in all the hostolnos in Washington. The
mun who puts "Hon.," "Col." or "Judge"
before his own name is a very rare visitor
at the capital, but occasionally a sinner of
this sort against good taste is found. Very
few travelers nowadays write the word
lady where wife ought to go, though Mr.
and Mrs. seems to be the most approved
form.
The night clerk at one of the uptown
houses opened his eyes wide the other day
when a guest who* registered from New
York added thereto "420 West Forty-ninth
street," which was putting a much finer
point on the matter of address than is
usual.
If a Cleveland man uses a capital O after
the name of his city be thereby goes square
against the resohition of the Chamber of
Commerce of his town, which calls on all
patriotic Clevelanders to omit the O. A
city which is bound to be the metropolis
of the Buckeye country needs no minute
geographical designation. — Washington
Post.
SAN FRANCISCO "CALL.'
BUSINESS OFFICE of the San Francisco Catx—
7]O Market street, open until 112 o'clock every
nlflit In the year.
BRANCH OFFICES- 530 Montgomery
corner Clay : open until 9:30 o'clock.
SEPJla.ves sneet, open until P:3O o'clock.
717 Larkin street, open until 9:30 o'clock.
fcW. corner Sixteenth and Mission streets, open
r.mll f o'clock.
i!S18 Mission street, open until 9 o'clock.
116 .Ninth street, open until f>:3o o'clock.
CHUKCH NOTICES.
3 HOWARD- STREKT ''meThodIST
&-»" Episcopal Church, bet. Second and Third,
sts., two blocks from the Palace Hotel. Rev.
W. W. Case, D.D., pastor. Martin Sehultz,
musical director. W. F. Gibson," Sunday-school su-
perintendent. Hours of public services, 11 a.m. ;
and 7:45 p. v. Sunday-school at 12:30. Prayer-
meeting Wednesday evening. Epwortb League.
6:45 Sunday evening. Subject of morning sormon:
••Conditions of Power." Subjectof evening sermon:
"What Shall. We Have on Our Tombstones; or,
Epitaphs, Curious, - Suggestive and • Terrible."
Pastor's residence, 2026 Howard st. Telephone
606? 1 .
JR^3p FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH,
I*-*' cor. Van Ness aye. and Sacramento St.— Rev.
Robert Mackenzie, D.D.. pastor: Rev. W. C.Mer-
rill, associate pastor. Preaching services at 11
a. m. and 7:46 p. m. Subject for the morning:
j "July Fourth and Our Larger J'"uture." Subject
for the evening: "City Reform— Cast On: Our
Devils, but Spare Our Swine." Sundfty-school at
12:46 p. m. Young People's Society of Christian
Endeavor at 6:30 p. m. Prayer-meeting Wednesday
evening at 7:46 o'clock. All are welcome to these
services.
gr-rsp ST. JOHN'S* PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH,
»-»" corner California and Octavia streets— Rev.
D. Hanson Irwin. pastor, will preach at 11a. h
at 7:45 p. m. SabbHih-sehool at 9:46 a. m.
Young People's Society Christian Endeavor, 6:45
p. M. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 7:45.
Everybody made cordially welcome.
■£«» HOWARD PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH,
lir-*? Mission st., near Third— The pastor. Rev
F. - R. Farrand. will preach at 11 a. m. jS lib-
ject: "America's Glory and Her Truest Sons"'— a
s«rm on appropriate to our Fourth of July— and at
7:45* o'clock, subject: "Th» Water of Salvation."
Sunday-school at 9:30 a. m. Vonnir People's So-
ciety of Christian Endeavor at «: 15 p.' h. Prayer-
meeting on Wednesday evening at 7:46 o'clock.
|PS=~FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, EDDY ST..
Blr-*^ near Jones— Rev. M. P. Boynton, acting
pastor. ■•; Services Sunday, June 30, 1895. Preaching
by. the acting pastor at 11 a. m., subject: "The
Blessedness of Forgetting," and at 7;HO p. m., topic:
'•The Patriotism of Christ." .Sunday-school, 12:30
P. m.; Y. P. B. of C. E. at 6:30 p. m. ■: Young men's
meeting, Monday evening at 8 o'clock. Ail these
service! are open to the public, strangers are wel-
come. '•'-■;... ■..' ■■'■.:. ".:•.; .; : ;. ■■- ~'1:./A'- ■ .■■■■...-. ■. ■■ -
oF^pT'HE GOSPEL OF HEALING OF SPIRIT
Efr--^ ; and soul and body. -. Gospel meeting • every
Sunday at 11 a. m., and 8 and 7:45 p. m. '\ Also
every evening during the week at 130 Golden Gate
aye. Everybody cordially welcome. No collec-
tions. .:-.■>,•.-. -„-,. ..,•■„■.•.■.■--. -. -„ ; ■.'■;..-.; ■■..-■■■'
. ITOTICK . OF; i;i: tin*,-,.
Bf-^S= I OFFICeIrH AND MEM BERS ' Semiii,, '•'<■■
«>-*-' of Fidelity Lodge No. 2'J2, 1. O.
O. I-"., are hereby notilieri to assemble =SPs2ys?=
In their lodoreroom SUNDAY. June 30, y!t m^'
at 1 :30 o'clock p. m.. to attend the funeral of our
late brother, A. D. GIBNEY.v uur
,„' „■ - - J. H. LANK, iN. Q. .
XV. S. Matthews, Itec, Sec.
MEETING NOTICES-Contiiiued.
Ijt^S 3 ANNUAL MEETING IM-s£~^
*&*•& proved Order of Red Men's H a! ,>■*£*»
Association of San Francisco— The . an- -^J£~
nual meeting of the Improved Order of Red Men's
Hall Association of San Francisco will be held on
MONDAY EVENING, July 8, 1895, at 8 o'clock,
at the office of the association, 320 Post St., for the
election of a board of trustees or directors, and
such other business ! as may properly come before
the meeting.
BENJAMIN F. JOSSELYN, President.
William J. Smith, Secretary. '■
B£3S» KNIGHTS, ATTENTION —ON 3*-
sb^P behalf of the committee of , the%, JSi
Knights of Pythias of Oakland, ft general^^K*
invitation is hereby extended to all«esJXj
knights, affiliated or non-affiliated, to participate
In the Pythian Division in Oakland. July '4.
Knights will assemble at Pythian Castle, cor. of
Twelfth and Franklin, at 9:30 a. m. sharp. After
the parade all visiting knights and their families
will be entertained by the subordinate lodges of
Alamedu County at Pythian Castle. By order of
committee. ■ ; " M. JONAS, Chairman.
John N. BosHAit, Secretary. '
ijjTTgP THERE WILL BE A SPECIAL MEET-
-I*-^ in? of the San Francisco Bricklayers' Asso-
ciation THIS (SATURDAY) EVENING, June 29,
1895. 1 ! Members are earnestly requested to attend.
JOHN CAMPBELL, President.
T. N. Smith. Secretary. . ' '
!5K3p» THE CALIFORNIA STATE DENTAL
! $F& Association will hold Its twenty-fifth annual
session in the Academy of Sciences building, be-
| ginning TUESDAY July 9, at 10 A. M.
L. A. TEAGUE, President.
W. Q. Kikg, Secretary. •
ft^p ~ THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
EFi6 r stockholders of the Edison Light and Power
Company for the election of directors for the en- '
suing year, and for the transaction of such other
business as may be brought before the meeting,
will be held at the company's oflioe, 229 Stevenson
street, San Francisco, MONDAY the 16th day of
July, 1895, at 10 a. m. Transfer books will close
July 5, at sp. m. Proxies must be filed with the
secretary before the hour of meeting.
J. E. GREKN, Secretary.
DIVIDEND NOTICES.
B^^^OFFICE^FTHE HIBERNITsAVINGS
tt-js' and Loan Society, corner Market, McAllis-
ter and Jones streets, * San Francisco, June 28,
1895— At a regular meeting of the Board of Direc-
tors of thi« society, held this day, a dividend has
been declared at the rate of four and one-quarter
(414) percent annum on all deposits for the six
months ending June 30. 1895, free from all taxes
and payable on and after July 1, 1895.
ROBERT TOBIN, Secretary.
fK^» DIVIDEND NOTICE-THE COLUM-
Elr-J^ bus (Savings and Loan Society, 614 Wash-
ington street and 5 Montgomery aye. For the half
year ending June 30, 1895, a dividend has been
declared at the rate of four and eight-tenths (4 8-10)
per cent per annum on term deposits, and four (4)
percent on ordinary deposits, free of taxes, paya-
ble on and after MONDAY, July 1, 1895.
J. V. FUOAZI, President.
F. N. Belorano, Secretary.
E£3s=* DIVIDEND NOTICE-SAVINGS AND
w-» r Loan Society, 101 Montgomery St., cor. Sut-
ter. For the half year ending June "30, 1895, a
dividend has been declared at the rate of four and
eight-tenths (4 8-10) per cent per annum on term
deposits, and four (4) per cent per annum on ordi-
nary deposits, free of taxes, payable on and after
Monday, July 1, 1895. Dividends not called for
are added to and bear the same rate of dividend as
J the principal from, and after July 1, 1895.
; *'■'■.;■ CYRUS W. CARMAN Y. Cashier.
BK^= DIVIDEND NOTICE— THE GERMAN
Or-**' Savings and Loan Society, 520 California
St.. for the half-year ending Jnne 30, 1895, a divi-
dend has been declared at the rate of four and
eight-tenths (4 8-10) percent per annum on term
deposits, and four (4) per cent on ordinary depos-
its, free of taxes, payable on and after MONDAY,
July 1, 1895. GEO. TOUR NY, Secretary.
tt^g 3 HUMBOLDT SAVINGS AND LOAN
>■*-*' Society, 18 Geary st.— The directors have de-
clared the following semi-annual dividends: 4.80
per cent per annum on term and 4 per cent per an-
num on ordinary deposits, payable on and after
July 1,1895. ERNEST BRAND, Secretary.
DIVIDEND notice-mutual sav-
»-*' Ings Bank of San Francisco. 33 Post St.— For
the half-year ending June 30, 1895, a dividend has
been declared at the rate of four and eight-tenths
(4 8-10) percent per annum on term deposits and
four (4) per cent per annum on ordinary deposits,
free of taxes, payable on and after Monday, July 1,
1895. GEO. A. STORY, Cashier.
gr^- DIVIDEND NOTICE-SAN FRANCISCO
«^ J5 ' Savings Union, 532 California street, cor.
Webb. For the half year ending with the 30th of
June, 1895. a dividend has been declared at the
rate per annum of four and eight-tenths (4 8-10)
per cent on term deposits and four (4) per cent oh
ordinary deposits, free of taxes, payable on and
after Monday, the Ist of July, 1895.
LOVELL WHITE. Cashier.
SPECIAL NOTICtS.
S^^^KAD^TEIfAI?TT~EJE^T^D^FOR~S47
Ur-Jy Collections made, city or country. Pacific
I Collection Co.. 415 Montgy St., room 6. Tel. 5580.
St^S=» ROOMS WHITENED, «'l UP: PAPER-
w JSr ed $3 50 up. 309 Sixth. George Hartman.
I S£^H» CHARLES H. PHILLIPS, ATTORNEY-
| li*^^ at-lawand Notary Public, 638 Market St.,
' opp. Palace Hotel. Residence, 1620 Fell st. Tele-
phone 570. •» ■ - --\ i= . *;\ ■: . ■
: Bt^» J. B. YHE," TSOOKBINDBR AND
■ •»-■*' Primer. 422 Commercial st.
i*i2sp~Miss~~ olive WHITNEY, BATHS,
it*~&' haud-rubbing of rheumatism and pain,
Room b, 110 Sixth sk.
Jt^Jp JOHN J. HULTHEN GIVES ELECTRIC,
ar»C magnetic, jnas«ace treatment, alcohol, oil
and Roman baths. 1007 Market, rooms 2 ana 3.
1K59" MRS. WALLACE ;REMOVED 110y 2
I L»-*^ Stockton to 09 Powell ;steam.cabinetbaths;
j room 23. •
nr-sg= CORNS REMOVED WITHOUT KNIFE;
•*"-*' no pain. Chiropodic Institute, 361/2 Geary.
ALCOHOL BATH AND HAND-RUB-
-*^^ blng. 17A Sixth st.. room 1..
R^» A w"e"eK'S NEWS FOR 5 CENTS-THE
B^^y WEEKLY CALL, In wrapper, for mailing.
SITUATIONS WA.MKD-FKJIAH;.
pOJIPETENT GERMAN NURSE, WITH REF-
\J i-rence. desires a situation. J. F. CROSETT <fc
CO., 312 Suiter st.
T THE SWEDISH EMPLOYMENT BU-
reau first-class Swedish and German girls are
awaiting situations. 332 Geary st.: telephone 983.
OOD SERVANTS. CITY OH COUNTRY, AT
T MMX. LEOPOLD'S, 9S7 Market st. ; open evgs.
WOMAN WANTS WORK IN A BOARDING-
' » house as helper In kitchen or do plain cooking;
small wages. Call or address 26 Minna st.
IP IRBT-CLASS COOK WISHES POSITION IN
an institution; best of references; city or coun-
try. 210 Grove St., near Van Ness aye.
ANTED— A SITUATION AS FIRST CLA«B
cook or laundress: will cook on ranch; good
references. Address C. 8., box 67. this office.
WANTED— LADY. EDUCATED AND WITH
»» good business qualifications, wants situation In
store or bakery or as cashier in restaurant. Ad-
dress A. 8., 810 Mission st., room 3.
W ANTED— BY A LAD WHO HAS HAD A
»" number of years' experience in sick nursing,
position to take care of an invalid; good reference.
2438 Bush St., City. ;
RE LI ABLE, COMPETENT WOMAN WANTS
work by the day. honsecleaning, washing and
Ironing. Call or address 21 Sherwood pi., off Third.
O V NG WOMAN WISHES WORK BY TH
X day or week; sleep .home. Call or address
202y 3 Fourth s;.
poSIPETENT YOUNG WOMAN, GOOD COOK
\J and laundress, wishes situation; city or coun-
try; or will go out by the day to do washing, Iron-
Ing or cleaning house. Please call 988 Howard st.
MIDDLE AGED WOMAN FROM THE EAST
li. desires a situation; can cook either French or
American stylo and Is also a neat seamstress. Ad-
I dress 1417 Mason st., rear.
■EXPERIENCED WIDOW WOULD LIKE TO
XJ go . out nursins or housework. Apply 123
Twenty-sixth st., in rear.
SITUATION WANTBD BY COMPETENT
girl; general house work, cooking; references, i
Address 116 Ivy aye. ■ ; t '-
PRACTICAL NURSE WISHES SITUATION:
X iindcrstandstheentlre chargeof an infant from !
birth; »1 so care of invalids; also good needlewo-
man and assist other household duties; good ref-
erence. Address s.. box 6, this office.
EXPERIENCED MJDDLE-AGKD WOMAN
XJ would like the care of invalid old people. Ad-
dress M. E., Chico, Butte Co. .
VI IDDLE-AGED WOMAN WISHES A POSI-
J-'X tion as housekeeper for widower or bachelor:
object eood home. Address L. R. 8., box 293, Chlco,
Butte Co.
A y O D N~<3 WIDOW, WITHOUT TNCUM-
X brances. deslrps position as housekeeper or In-
valid's nurse. Call or address MRS. W., room 21,
Corona House, corner Sixth and Folsom sts.
iy OMAN WOULD LIKE TO MEND CLOTHES,
» » darn, or would help lady out few hours a day.
Please call 4yfc Newell st.
pOMPETENT GIRL WISHES TO DO HOUSE-
v/ work in a small family. Address D. C, box;
156, this office.
HOME, A FRIEND AND MOTHER'S CARE.
MRS. DR. FUNKE, 1416 Bth at., Alameda. ;•
V OUNG LADY, WOULD LIKE SITUATION TO
X do second work I good | seamstress : I first-class
references. Call or address C, 711 Van Ness aye.
■youNG lady, ■-■ Lately „-:; FROM east, .
X would like situation* as waitress or second girl
in private family ; good reference. Call or address
B, 711 Van Ness aye. k y^ ;
iddle-aoed: wants a posi-
lion as sicknurse or Ac of infant, or would
lake care of a clubhouse; Bears' experience; good
cook; references. Call or Hdress MRS. M., 213
Geary jk^ ground floor. fe*;Wa.r^:.,;r ■ .
T^RESSMAItER7~FIRSTtSLASS FITTER,
stylish draper ftßd ' detlg-ner: thorough dress-
maker, by the day. 104 Grove, MISS WARWICK.
AroUNG WIDOW WISHES POSITION AS
.7" Se f>^ ej i» er or typewriter. C»ll at ;11 Kearny
St., room 27, first floor.
R l ii ABI ; E OMAN WANTS WORK BY
-Li- Jhe^week_as ladles' nurse. Call at 163 Minna. i
VOCNO t,ADY ' WISHES j A POSITION AS !
ijggg: per - CM '*" r lxth * Room 34,
"ViRSf-CLASS DRESSMAKER WANTS EN-
A PP'yj|^ Strathmore.
? ¥M" WO '!. LD ' LIKE ' y ASHING, IRON-
ing, office -f nd I housecleai Ing, or any kind of
«idresBM / v d »>'* n<l carfare. Call or ,
nuaieas ai. J., 631 Second «t. I
. WANTED-Contlnned.
MIDDLE-AGED PERBON WOUL^LIICE~P(V
sitlon in hotel or family; country preferred.
Call or address 11281/2 Harrison st. *■
Vl r I DOW WITH SOME MEANS WOULD
'» like to engage In business with a gentleman.
Call 5 Mason St., room 9, second floor.
■yOUNG LADY FROM CHILE DESIRES PO-
X sition as typewriter. Please call at 25 Taylor
St., room 5. - .;
EFINED yocng WIDOW FROM THE
East would like any kind of sewing or gentle-
men's mending; satisfaction guaranteed. Call 1
\o 8 p. m. room 2, first flat, 119 Ninth st.
Ci entlem~e"n 7 5Tmending NEATLY done
T by MRS. GRAYSON, 105 Stockton, room 78.
GENTLEMEN'S :MENDING DONE NEATLY
VT to order by a widow. 25 Taylor St., room 3.
SITUATIONS WAMKU-81ALE.
KRMTN^rAN~W^A^B^PLTcE"~T6^~DO
VX housework and gardening; best city reference.
Address 11. G., box 154, Call Office.
OUNG MARRIED MAN WITH BEST REF-
X erence wishes a situation as clerk, bookkeeper
or some work of that kind. Address W. 8., 32 Marie
court, off Eleventh st.
(CONFECTIONER DESIRES A POSITION;
\J city or country: French creams, caramels, nut
candies and tallies a specialty. Address Confec-
tioner, box 49, Call Office.
\\T ANTED-POSITION AS RECTIFIER AND
■» » compounder by a competent man : best of ref-
erence. Address E., box 9. Call Office.
GROCERY i LERK - YOUNG MAN. 23. 4
VX years' experience in grocerv-s'ore, would like
position: best references. MILLER. 1037 Vi Mar-
AN ENERGETIC AMERICAN, DESPERA/rE*-
-tx ly In need of employment: can do most any
sort of thing where fine skill is not required; fully
competent to manage small or large fruit vineyard
or poultry ranch; first-class references furnished
as to ability and honor: salary a secondary matter.
Address E. H., box 94, Call Office. -
SITUATION WANTED— AMERICAN FORE-
man and wife (no children) on stock or grain
ranch; will furnish board or wife will cook if re-
quired : best of reference!. Address B. D., box 166.
Call Office.
\\rANTED— POSITION AS CLERK IN GRO-
" eery-store; have ha-i 10 years' experience; can
give best of references from former employers.
O. M. C, box 44, Call Office.
OITUATION BY MIDDLE-AGED, GOOD
O gardener and thoroughly understands the care
Of horses and harness; wages no object if eood
place is secured. Address Sober, box 51, Call Office.
PAINTER, GRAINEIi AND PAPER-
X hanger; first-class workman: work by the day
or contract. NORTON, 16 Maria St., off Chesley,
bet. Seventh and Eighth. . .
V\r iliTng TO GIVE *50 OR more FOR per-
' » manent position as night or day watchman or
any responsible position. Address M. A.. 226
Taylor st.
AN OF EXPERIENCE IN BUSINESS
wants position: good correspondent, account-
ant and collector: references from last employer.
Address 8. E., box 59, this office.
BY GERMAN BUTCHER, FIRST-CLASS
sausage-maker and meat-cutter. Address
Butcher, box 155, Call.
"VI AN 34 YEARS OLD. UNMARRIED.WIBHES
i-'J. position as shipping or receiving clerk in
wholesale liquor or groeerv business: in present
employ 2 years. Address W. T.. box 97, Call Office.
POSITION BY YOUNG MAN AS CLERK OR
X bookkeeper; city or country; best of reference.
Address G. T. M., box 137, Call Office.
pOAL-MINER OF 30 YEARS' EXPERIENCE;
\J English manager's certificate,, finest refer-
ences, wants position of trusi. Address A. S., Box
16, Call Office, Oakland.
TirHp WANTS A SOBER, honest and RE-
" liable middle-aged man for ft position of trust?
Address S. S., box 60, this office. ■
yOUNG MAN, 24 YEARS OF AGE, WISHES
X work: handy at any thine: wages no object:
references. Address 11.. box 16, Call Office.
FEMALE 1. 11l WANTED.
GIRL LIGHT WORK SLEEP HOME. '
MISS CULLEN, 105 Stockton st.
REFINED GIRL AS COMPANION; 1 CHILD;
$15. MISS CULLEN, 105 Stockton st.
p ERMAN OR SWEDISH HOUSEWORK GIRL;
VI 2 in family; $30. Apply MISS CULLEN, 105
Stockton st.
HOUSEWORK GIRL. SAN BRUNO. $16,
XX ranch, no wash, easy place: 3 waitresses. $20
each; housekeeper. $25; chambermaid and seam-
stress, $25; cook, Sausaltto, $30; Alameda, $20:
housework girls, city and country, $20 and $25; 4
young girls assist, $10 to $15. MISS CULLEN,
105 Stockton st.
ANTED-2 GERMAN WAITRESSES AND
"' chambermaids, country hotel, $20: 2 restau-
rant waitresses. $5 week and $25; waitress and
parlor maid, $25: Protestant lady's maid and
seamstress, $25: 2 German and French cooks, $25
and $30: Germnn or colored nurse. $20. and girls
for housework in city and country. J. F. CROSETT
& CO.. 312 Sutterst.
T\r ANTED-CHAMBERMAID AND WAIT-
" ress for hotel, short distance, $20; competent
French lady's maid. $25; laundress and chamber-
maid, private family, $'J5; 10 good housework
girls. $25 and $20. Apply MISS PLUNKETT.
424 Sutler st.
\yANTED-SECOND GIRL. SANTA BAR-
"" barn, $20, expenses paid, see lady here; work-
ing housekeeper for widower's family, $20; head
waitress flrst-ciass hotel,. Apply MISS PLUN-
KETT, 424 Sutler st.
If I R BT-C LASS COOK AND LAUNDRESS, $25
X 1 and $30: boarding-house cook, country, see
party here, 25; housekeeper, Portland, fare paid,
$20; housekeeper, ranch, short distance from city,
$16; 2 fancy Ironers, near city, $1 60 a day and
board; 1 fancy ironer, country, $1 30; 10 German
or Scandinavian, ■ housework, second and nurse
girls: office open evenings until 9 o'clock. C. R.
HANSEN & CO., 110 Geary st.
I C MORE Wa ITRKSSES, DIFFERENT Ho"-
- resorts ami springs, $20: 2 waitresses for
springs, $20; 1 wflkrev, water resort, $20; office
open evenings until 9 o'clock. C. R. HANSEN &
CO., 110 Geary st.
ANTED-2 FINE IRONERS, COUNTRY,
"' $1 50 a day; French or German maid and
seamstreßi, $25; waitress, restaurant, $6 a week;
Swedish immlress, $25; girls, housework, $20 and
$25. At LEON ANDRE'S, 315 Stockton st. V
OX WOMEN FOR DIFFERENT POSITIONS.
— O MURRAY & READY. 63* Clay st.
C'~ HAMBERM A I D. COUNTRY HOTEL, $20; 2
J waitresses, same hotel. $25: 2 waitresses, $20:
laundress. $85. MURRAY ARKADY, 634 Ciay st.
c waitresses, COUNTRY HOTELS, $25
*J and $20; waitress assist chamherwork. $20,
and girls for housework. R. T. WARD & CO., 610
Clay st.
ERMAN COOK, 2 IN FAMILY, $30, napa;
VX German housekeeper. $30: English nurse;
waitress, restaurant: 20 girls for all kinds of work.
MME. LEOPOLD, 957 Market St.
WE DISH GIRL, HOUSEWORK, 2 IN FAM-
lly, $25: cook, $25: German housegirl, $25:
midille-aged woman, $20: bonsegtrl, Alameda,
$20; nurse, Oakland, $20. 332 Geary st.
\y AITRES"SKB FOR CITY AND COUNTRY
»» hotels. $20: also for springs, free fare. HOTEL
GAZETTE, 420 Kearny st.
Vy ANTED-IN SSI ALL" FAMILY, NEAT AND
it reliable voting ctrl to do housework and assist
with children. Apply 1806 Scott.
XKf ANTBD— COM PET GIRL (CATHOLIC)
» » for general housework family of 2; good home.
; Address S., box 96.
UrANTED-VOUNG GIRL LIGHT HOUSE-
"work; wages $5: sleep home. Apply 320 Fre-
mont st.
■yOU^G GIRL TO ASSIST IN HOUSEWORK
X »nd take care of children. lOIOVi Minna st.,
near Eleventh. •. ,
WANTED-GERMAN GIRL FOR UPSTAIRS
"work in the country. Apply Mocha Coffee,
621 Montgomery st.
ITTLK GIRL TO CARE FOR CHILDREN
and assist housework. 119 ShipVey st., grocery.
ANTED— a EXPERIENCED GIRLS FOR
work in pickle factory. Apply at 626 Front.
OOD WAITRESS WANTED AT 20 THIRD
street. '•
EA T GIRL FOR LIGHT HOUSEWORK;
IN $10. 1848 Stevenson st.
yODXO GERMAN GIRL ASSIST LIGHT
X housework; $5 a month. 1733 Market st.
"AN TED-GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE-
work. 1019 Buchanan st.
IRL FOR" HOUSE WORK r~slol SLEEP
home. Apply, after 9. 129 Fifth st.
WANTED-LADY TO TIIAVEL IN COUN-
»" try selling goods to ladies : and appointing
agents: murt be good saleslady and have small
amount of money; permanent position to the right
party. . Address Agent, box 17, Call Office. ■
"U/-ANTED-COMPETENT GIRL FOR GEN-
»» eral housework, in small family: must be good
cook and laundress. 2627 California st. 1 -
ADIES TO INTRODUCE OUR FAST-SELL-
■i ing specialty; big remuneration. Call room 18,
33 Sixth st. '
GIRLS WANTED FOR ALL KIN OF WORK.
VT New employment office, 121 Sixth st. • ■
\y ANTED — GERMAN GIRL; GENERAL
; " » ■ housework ; good wages. 933 Haight st. "
PORTIASANITORIUM.IIO ELLIS -PRIVATE
X rooms at reasonable rates; women cared for in
confinement: free dispensary In connection: hours,
11 to 12an<i2to3: medicine. 2sc each prescription;
skilled physicians In attendance: strictly private.
PARTNER FOR RESTAURANT: WOMAN
X assistant preferred. A. P., box 148, Call Office.
WANTED — LADIES. WISHING OUTDOOR
employment at good wages. Apply 629 Shot-
well st. •■•••..■. ..: ■,■- . .-.. . -• ■ ■■ ,■ .■ - .
I FRENCH ACCORDION PLEATING: TAILOR-
made suits; $7; perfect fit. * 118 McAllister st. ;
RESSM AKERS AND SEWINQ . GIRLS
XJ wanted; • patterns cut to • order, : 26 cents up.
MoDOWKLL Dressmaking Academy. 213 Powell,
PROFESSOR LIVINGSTON'S DRKSSCUT-
X : ting and making school : all branches. 702 Sinter.
G GARMENTS PERFECTLY COMPLETED
\J without trying on; call and test. Lawrence
CnUlng-school, 1231 Market st.:. -
X GARMO'« WONDERFUL FRENCH
tailor method of three measures; the only
place to learn the true method ofdresscuttlng;
complete course $10; lessons given: dressmaking
by the week or month : the latest in basting, bon-
ing, .skirts, 1 sleeves, collars, revere, etc. ;- dresses
made on . short notice: cutting and fitting a »De-
I cialty. DE GARMO, 219 Powell »U ";" ** f^j:
' WALK HELP WANTED.'
WANTED^SECOND COOlf, IN 'IaOTEIT,
" $30: German dishwasher, $20: cook, ovster-
house, $40; waiter, plain hotel, $20; ironer, $30;
man about place, English, $30, etc. LEON AN-
DRE. 316 Stockton st.
"1 A FARMERS, ORCHARD AND VINEYARD
X\J hands, $20 to $25: charcoal-burner: farmer
who can cook, $20. MURRAY A READY, 634
Clay st. •
FARMER AND WIFE FOR ALAMEDA
X County; stableman, city, $25 and found. MUR-
RAY A READY, 634 Clay st.
JAPANESE UAUNDRYMAN, $35 AND
jl found; Japanese cook for 6 men on ranch, $25.
MURRAY A READY, «34 Clay at.
OA MEN CAN OBTAIN WORK TO-DAY AT
MURRAY A READY'S.
O(\ LABORERS AND TEAMSTER*. CITY
y\J and country, $25 and found. MURRAY A
READY, 634 Clay st.
HOTEL COOK, $65, GERMAN: 3 ROA.RDING-
bouse cooks, $30 to 950: lunch-counter cook,
$25; 3 waiters, $35 to $30; 2 dishwashers, $20:
porter boy for an institution. MURRAY A
READY, 634 Clay st.
ABI N ET-MAKER, $iTj) AY, STEADY JOB,
\J city; blacksmith, $30, fora ranch; stonemason.
MURRAY & READY, 634 Clay st.
ATTENTION— WE WA NT TO : DAY 25 TEAM-
-Tl. sterg and laborers for railroad work; free fare;
we ship to-morrow (Sunday) morning. C. R.
HANSEN A CO., 110 Geary st. ■
"yOUNG MAN, EXPERIENCED TIMEKEEP-
X er, for camp. C. R. HANSEN A CO., 110
Geary st.
f>A LABORERS FOR THE WOODS, $20 AND
— VI found: 3 jackscrewers for the woods, $36 and
found. C. R. HANSEN & CO., 1 10 Gear}' st.
Kf\ LABORERS, CITY, $'.', $1 75 AND $1 50 A
*J\J day: 20 scraper teamsters, country, $1 75 a
day; 3 blacksmiths, country shops. 83 a day; 6
woodchoppers; 6 farmers. '$20 and $25. C. R.
HAN6E.N A CO., 110 Geary st. ■ '
ERMAN OR SWISS SECOND COOK, COUN-
VJ try hotel, $75 and free fare: French second
cook, country hotel, $70 and free fare; waiter for
sprinas, $25: 6 ironers, city, *26, $30, $40. C. R.
HANSEN & CO., no Geary st.
OX WOODS AND MILL MEN, $20 TO $26 AND
—tJ board, fare reduced: bark-peeler, $30 and
board; laborer on building, $26 and board: kitchen-
boy for camp; blacksmith, country shop, $3 a day:
ranch blacksmith, $30: farmer and wife, $30; red-
wood-tiemakers, 9c apiece. R. T. WARD A CO.,
603 and 610 Clay st.
"WANTED— 3 SWAMPERS. $35 AND FOUND;
»T lumber piler, $30 and found, and $1 50 day:
millman. $1 75 day; 4 woodmen, $30 to $35 and \
board and fare refunded: teamsters, farmers, milk-
ers, laborers, for city and country, and others. Ap-
ply to J. F. CROSETT A CO., 628 Sacramento.
\ATANTED-2 WOODCHORPER.S, SONOMA
»* County, good chnnce; paper-hanger, $2 a day
2 milkers, steady job, $20; German boy about I
store, $10 and found; waiter boy. country restau-
rant, $15 and found, faro advanced: 'farmers, I
milkers, laborers, cooks, waiters and dishwashers: ;
German cook, small country hotel. $35, and others. I
W. D. EWER A CO.. 6-^6 Clay. T.. -£3
WALDO— A GOOD POSITION, A BICYCLE !
»» and anything else you want it you will come
or oven write. M. W. C.
YOUNG MAN, GERMAN PREFERRED. TO
X drive butcher's peddling wagon. Berkeley Mar-
ket, corner Telegraph aye. and Forty-ninth St.,
North Temescal.
2 barbers for Saturday. $4; CHANCE
__ for steady job. 34 Fourth st.
GOOD BARBER FOR SATURDAY; WAGES
$3 50. 32 Third st.
G"OOD BARBER FOR SATURDAY; WAGES
J $3. 24 Third st.
ARBER WANTED FOR SATURDAY; $3.
105 Fourth st,
ARBER— TO-DAY, $3 AND BOARD. APPLY
412 Folsom st.
ARBER WANTED. 636 FOURTH ST., COB.
Bluxome.
"DARBER FOR SATURDAY AND SUNDAY".
X> 623 Clay st. .
ARBER HALF DAY Saturday AND SUN-
-L» day. 443 Broadway.
ARBERS, FOR EMPLOYMENT CALL SEC.
Barbers' Ass., IS Seventh. H. SCHEUNERT.
EN USED TO- TEARING DOWN OLD
■l'-t buildings. Apply early 1166 Mission st.
ANTED— SHOEMAKER ON REPAIRS. 525
" Lacuna st.
OY FOR WORK TN PRIVATE FAMILY;
references required. Apply 313Broderlck st.
TRONG BOY, EXPERIENCED IN C A
riage blacksmlthing; reference. 828 Harrison.
MAN WHO UNDERSTANDS WORK IN COAL
yard: no others need apply. 1132 Howard st.
\\T ANTED— JANITOR FOR BUILDING OF 40
'» or 60 rooms: must understand his business, be
single, and present best of references. Address
X. E.. box 25, Call Office.
T ive MEN, CITY OR COUNTRY, TO SELL a
XJ new summer article; pays $3 50 per day. Cull
or address Store, 328 Seventh st., S. F.
<fl- 1 C/k PARTNER WANTED; LIGHT BUSI-
tUS-LcM'. ness: suited to plain, steady man satis-
fled with $16 10 $18 week. 6 Stockton st., rr « 11 1.
■ TO" ANT D— ENERGETIC MAN IN LIGHT,
"" genteel business: former experience not nec-
essary; will easily clear to each from $S0 to $100
per month; ft chance seldom offered to the public;
cash required $150. STRAND &TUTTLE, 45
Third st. •
ANTED- 1000 MEN TO GET BIGGEST
'» steam In town and lunch, sc; rooms, 76c a
week, at 160 Third st.
SOUP, ALL KINDS MEAT, WINE. BERK,
cider or coffee, sc. MRS. DAILY, 619 Mer-
chant st. .
T AI;ORERS WANTED AT NKW RACE
J-i track at Ingleside; $2 per day, with privilege o
boarding wherever convenient : take first car from
ferry, San Ma co Electric road, by which grounds
may be reached at 7 o'clock.
W AKT D— MEN TO GO TO ALL PARTS OF
"the world in snips. Apply to W. P. HER-
MAN, 228 Pacific st. '
OPERATOR WANTED — GOOD WAGES;
steady work. 239 Seventh st.
SEAMEN FOR EUROPE. HONOLULU AND
all parts of the world. 103 Montgomery aye.
CIOO~D PIANO-PLAYER WANTED FOR
r Sundays at Neckhaus Garden, i-ruitvale.
TV" ANTED— AT MOROSCO'S GRANb"oFERA-
" house, about 300 men and women to appear In
"The Pace That Kills," for the privilege of wit-
nessing the groat racing scene. Apply at the stage
entrance at noon daily.
WANTED— IO,OOO COURAGEOUS MEN AND
■" women who will parr.de as a public protest
against artificial boomin;, political corruption and
industrial oppression. Mint stops, July 4. 9a. m.
TtrFk BEER: BEST IN city: 2 SCHOONER'S
X for 5 cents at 228 Pacific st.
i.) b NT DINNERS FOR 10 CENTS TO-DAY
~*J at 44 Fourth St.: no humbug.
WANTED- A FEW SMART MEN TO SEIL
" and advertise a new household article; good
pay. Apply 629 Shotwell st.
SHOES HA LK-SOLED l 3? 15 MINUTES
while you wait at half usual price: wanted, 5000
pair second-hand shoes. 959 Howard and 904 V*
Pine. v. •-.■;,;'. . , n
VOC CAN GET A WHOLE PIE AND CUP OF
-L coffee for 6c at the new restaurant, 635 Clay st,
T7»OR NEW AND SECOND-HAND SHOES
JL also repairing cheap, goto 72GV-S opp. Howard-
strect Theater, or 129 sixth st.
WHAT CHEER HOUSE, 529 SACRAMENTO
St.; 100 outside rooms: best sprine beds: sinele
rooms 20c a day: $1 a week : meals, 10c. ,
09] ELLIS, ROSEDALE— ROOMS sso TO 50c
U*jX anight; yi to $3 a week >• open a!l night.
T A NTE D- MEN TO GET BOTTLE SHARP
"steam beer, sc: bottle wine, tic. 609 Clay st.
KN'S SHOES V 2 -SOLED74bTrHEt:LS, 25ci
done in 15 minutes. 635 Kearny st., basemoni.
£i(\C\ l'\ IKS MEN ' GOOD SHOES. 25c TO SI.
O\J\J 562 Mission St.; also 631 \/« Sacramentft * t!
fIUTTERSAND TAILOR* TO ATTEND fHE
V S. V. Cutting School, 12 Montgomery, rms 8-10.
OHOES HALF-SOLED IN 10 MINUTKS T
0 done while you wait; at less than half the usual
price; all repairing done at half price- work eu-vr-
antced. 562 Mission st., bet. First strand second st.
WANTED- LABORERS AND MECHANICS
, " to know that Ed Rolkln, Reno House proprie-
tor, still runs Denver House, 217 Third it.; 150
large rooms: 25c per night; $1 to $3 per week.
WAKE THE DEAD - \\ KX/.i;i7S~ALARM
TT clock: no electricity. 607 Montgomery si.
T JNDELL HOUSE. STB AJftD HOWAKD-
JU single furnished rooms, 75c week, 15c night.
WANTED-SINGLE ROOMS, IGo A DAY- »1
»» j week : rooms for two, 25c a day, $1 50 a week;
reading room- daily papers. ■ SO Clay st.
1 Oft MEX TO TAKE LODGING AT 10c. 15c I
foV«r ani ? 20c * nlBntlincludin « coffee and roils, j
624 Washington St.. near Kcarny.
BEST r IN CITY-SINGLE ROOMS, 15, 20 AND
JL> 25 cents per night; SI, »l 25. $1 50 per week.
Faclfic House .Commercial and Leldesdorff sts. I
TRY ACME HOUSE, 5>57 MARKET ST., BE-
± low Sixth, lor a room; 25c night; $1 week.
A WEEK'S NEWS FOR 5 GENTS - THE
■TV \v h.h.Kh\ CALL, in wrapper, for mailing.
. AGENTS WAXTKD. ~~
• A GENTS "^ANTED-'e'xPERIENCE NOT
/A. necessary, as you acquire it rapidly after once
boglnnine work: Call after 3p. m., J. W. FERGU-
SON, 2502 Clay st. .
X\T ANTED— TEACHERS TO CANVASS FOR
'» the Western Journal of Education. WHITA-
KER & RAY COMPANY. 723 Market St., S. F.
SALES DRUG TRADE,. SIDE LINE OR
otherwise' J. Knight, 225 State St., Racine, Wls.
GOOD OPPORTUNITY FOR . LADY SOLICI-
-1 tors. Call at once, room 1. 6 O'Farrell st.
WANTED TO-DAY-2 LIVE CANVASSERS
»» to introduce horse and stock book. ED-
WARDS 7 City Hall avenue. .
HOUSES WASTED.
W A XTED-uN SUNNY BIDS, BKT. WASH*
- '» Ington and Slitter, Jones and Gough sts.. mod-
em 7 or 8 room Hat or cottage. Address H. D.
I LOVKLAND, '-'01 Market st. , .-, ■ ;
;: ROOMS WANTED. ,
T)OOM AND-BOARD WANTED ' BY f WO' RE^
it spectable young men in private family con-
venient to North BeacU. > Adares* E., box 9, Call
' PEBSONAM.
IS6 ASTEB^GENUJNE KLSCTRIC VAPOR
alcohol butns.and handrubbing. 121 Mont., r. 6. '
YOUNG~LADT DESIRES GENTLEMAN
1 partner with $75; no other. 121 Montgy., r. 19.
OSE SHELDON. 995 MARKET ST., NEAR
Sixth, rooms 14 and 15, second floor; vapor
baths. ,
A FIXE SMOOTH-BRAID DUDE SAILOR
.hats. 75c. Bee Hive Millinery. 39 Sixth st.
"yOUNO LADY DESIRES GENTLEMAN^
X mending. . Room 9, 122 Post st.
ALL COURTS; PRIVATE LAW MATTERS.
A LAWYER McCABE. 1027 Market ; advice free.
LA VERITE HAJR-DRESSING BA/AAR RE-
-Li moved to Grant aye.. Market and O'Furrelt sts.
T7i?Vn HrsiNKssiAluis.Ri.so; SENT FREE,
XVJyjyJ city or country. HILL, 724 V's Market st.
HAIRDRESSINg72Sc.ANY STYLE: l«t-CLASS
shampoo, 50c: Pioneer Hair Store. BERTHA
SPITZ. lllStocKtoust.; strictly one price only.
CABINET. ELECTRIC, STEAM BATHS, BOB;
Chronic and acute diseases treated, $5 a month
up; solar bath $1; oxygen used, at DR. HARRI-.
MAN'S Sanitarium, cor.Twdfthand Mission, 1534.
Fink" SUITS, $15; DRESS pants, *4 75.
Misflt Clothing Parlors, 613 Montgomery. st.
~T"DVICE FREE- DIVORi E, PROBATE LA W8
Jrx. a specialty: suits, Superior, Justice, Polica
Courts: terms reasonable: collections, etc. G. w
HOWE, atty-at-law; 850 Market cor. Stockton. ;
ICYCLE SUITS, LADIES' OR. GENTS'. TO
order; low prices. JIUTT, Tailor. 212 Mason
street.
I&1O SUITS TO ORDER; SAMPLE BY MAIL.
<Ir±^ NEUHAUS. 31ercbant Tailor, 115 Kearny.
"VTEW HIGH - GRADE~~BICYCLE~6"N~TIiE
JLi coast; large stock: agents wanted in every
town; cyclenes, attention. Address Majestic Bi-
cycle Agency, 2120 Point Lobos aye., S. F.
D" ~k7j7milton bowers has returned
and resumed practice at 113 Powell st.
AYE MONEY - LADIES, FOR A WELL-
made tailor suit, or fine cape or jacket, visit th»
St. Louis Wholesale Branch Store. 1152 Market st.
RESSES CUT AND FITTED, $3; dresses
popular prices; engagements by day. 11 Geary.
HIGHEST PRICE paid for CAST-OFF
clothlng.books. novels.-RAPHAEL, 247 4th St.
WHITEWASHING MACHINE AND BRUSH
»» work: 34c yard: 'contracts taken. WAIN-
WRIGHT, 1460 Market: machines sold or hired.-
"OINGLE BOTTLE OF SMITHS DANDRUFF
0 Pomade Is . guaranteed to cure any case of dan-
druff or falling hair or money refunded: n«ver
known to fall; try it. By all druggists price $1, or
SMITH BROS., Fresno, (a!. :..-.!'
SECOND-HAND AS WELL AS NEW BARS,
showcases, counters, shelvlnKS, mirrors, desks,
tafes, chairs, scales, etc., and a very large stock of
them, too; be sura and see stock arid get prices be-
fore ?oinij elsewhere. J. MioNA.V, 1017-1019-
-1021-1023 Mission st.. above Sixth. ''
Jn E MORE CUV^ ' ~~
Oak Roll Top Desks $14 to $35
Oak Roll Top Desks $14 to $35
Onk Chiffoniers From $10 up
Oak Bed Sets : $17 50 up
Oilcloths and Linoleums 30c up
t-tovts and Ranges $3 up
Thousands of bargains. We keep everything. ■
Cash or time payments. J. NOON AN, .
1017-1019-1021-1023. Mission si., above Sixth.
HBADQUA HT Us long distance T •■: 1 1 '■"
phones, cheap; send for prices. Klein Electrics
Works, 720 Montgomery ■*•• San Francisco, «'al.
UIET PLACE FOR LADIES TO TRADE IN
QUIET PLACE POR LADIES TO TRADE IN
stocks and grain: large moncv made on small
investment. WHEELOCK A CO., 31S Pine st., R 3.
ILOAKS, CAPES AND SUITS RETAILED AT
\J mfrs' cost. Factory, 20 Sansome st.. upstair*.
T>"INETOSCOPES FOR SALE; PHONOGRAPH
IV outfits bought for cash. Bacigalupi, 946 Mk'.
0" LD "BUILDINGS BOUGHT AND SOLD,
store-fixtures, doors, windows, lumber, pip«,
etc.; cheap. Yard 1166 Mission St.. nr. Eighth.
GAS FIXTURES AND PLUMBING. «J57
Golden Gate aye. 11. [SLUM IDT.
LD GOLD, silver, GENTS' AND LADIES'
clothln? bought. COLMAN. 41 Third st.
WINDOW SHADES MANUFACTURED TO
TV order by WILLIAM McPHUN. 1 19.") Market.
p— —^ i^ — — »»» ■— »— — —
COST.
TOST, THURSDAY* NIGHT— RED LE ATH ER
J roll containing ink sketches of buildinars on 8a t-
terst; liberal reward. HICKS-JUDD COMPANY.
IO9T— BROWN POINTER DOG, 6 MONTHS
xJ old: white spot on chest: sore leg. Liberal re-
ward on return to 212!) California st.
AKEN FROM LADIES 1 ROOM, MECIIAN-
-1 ics' Library— Pocket-book. Keep moner and re-
turn book and keys to librarian.
LOST— 3-BAND PLAIN GOLD RING. RE-
ward at 617 Washington st.
BLACK AND WHITE LLEWELYN SETTER.
Reward if returned to 1510 Market st.
lOtfT-A PASSBOOK WITH 1 HE HI BERN I A
JU Savings and Loan Society of San Francisco, in
the name of SARAH TH A HP: No. 113258. The'
finder will pleaso return 10 bank. . .-<•-.
CLAIRVOYANTS.
A LLHA ILF. EPGE TlhTnoTe D CLA I R-
xl voyaut. Never in the history of clairvoyancy
have future events been so truthfully foretold hs by
Prof. Eugene, lie gives advice on business, spec-
ulations, investments love, courtship, marriage
and divorce: settles lovers* quarrels, reunites the
separated and causes a speedy and happy marriage
with the one of your choice. . He lOCatea mines and
buried treasures, i ells of your friends and ene-
mies, removes evil influences, gives advice per-
taining to lawsuits, locates and recovers old es-
tates. The troubled and unfortunate should seek
his counsel. Thousands of families long separated
have been reunited by his efforts ; thousands of
hearts made glad through his truthful predictions.
He is th* only clairvoyant on ear:n recognized
by the profession ns theft- brightest star. He is
also the onlr one who prepares the real Egyptian
charm. All persons unsuccessful in business,
who seem to be unlucky, should visit him, geek his
aid and star: nright. Thousands have become
wealthy through his advice. He is ever ready to
assist those with capital to find a safe and good-
paying investment. Young men starting In busi-
I ness will find ii greatly to their advantage to con-
i sult him on all matters of financial interest to
themselves.
Professor Eugene should not be classed with the
many cheap pretenders who Infest the cities and
brlns disrepute to the profession. His parlors are
so arranged that one party does not see another
while awaiting their turns to consult him. His
past, successes In mutters of great Import are a
positive guaranty of his powers to perform the
wonders that have made him famous. Cases that
baflle the legal talent, because of their complexity
and obscurity, are easily unraveled by him. All
invited to call. .Hours, 9 a. m. to Bp. m. Letters
with stamps answered. Address F. EUGUNE,
I'JOtf Market.parlors 103 and 104 ; elevator service.
pARD-READING, 25c; LADIES ONLY. 105
\J Stockton st., room 6.
. PRESENT, " PAST AND FUTURE, 2.1 c. mmk!
X LEGETTE, 311 Tehama St.: upstairs.
A* ME. MOREAU— GREAT AND ONLY MB-
-I'i- dlum: give her a call: fee 25c up. 131 Fourth.
LEON, PALMIST. CLAIRVOYANT LIFE-
reader, 533 Post: h'rs 9 to 8 dally : and Sunday.
AUGUSTA I.KOLA, 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. 'J3'J6 Mis-yon, nr. Twentieth.
_ _ - SPIRITUALISM.
TEST CIRCLE TO-NIGHT:IOc. MME. YOUNG,
■t- 605 McAllister st. Spirit return proven. *
AIRS, S. SEAL-SPIRITUAL MEDIUM: RE-
i'J- ligiouscir. Wed. 8 p.m.; Thurs., 2:30: 110 M-
o st.
ASTROLOGY.
A STRAL SEER-PROF. HOLMES, B23GEARY
-fv St.: horo»copfs, questions. Btocks. advice-
PALMISTKy] ~~
T? VERY LADY SHOULD CONSULT PROF.
XJ SMITH, the world-renowned palmist and card-
j reader. OI1ic»-, room 19, 33 Sixth si.
DENTSITS. . •
DR. RE A, 9 BIXTH Urt.TTSuL DENTA I - i irk
at lowest prices ana warranted: open evening*
DR. J. J. LEEK, MARKET. COR. GOLDE~N
Oa;e aye.— open evenings; Sundays '.ill noon. .
Dr. OEORGITw. leek, the GENUINE
' Leek dentist, discoverer of painless extraction
and patentee of Improved bridge work or teeth
without any plate, moved trom 6 to 'JO O'Farrell st.
AT CHALFANTSS,BMASON,tnR. MARKET;
• sets of teeth are made ..to please or no charge;
on bridges, crowns and cold plates prices reduced;
small .{old fillings only $ii: painless extraction.
CROOME DENTAL ASSOCIATION, 769 MAR."
\J ket, bet. 3d and 4tn, ens spcciaiints; only reli-
able agent for pa; mess extraction: artificial i.><hii
lrmsD; fillings from Si; extracting 50c, with gas SI. ■'
Qj'7 A SET Full TEJCTH: WARIUXTKI) VS
tiP • soocl as can bo' made; tilllnc $1. DR. SIMM* !
dentist, 930 Market St., next Baldwin Theater.
Di:. H. i. YOUNG. UItIDGKS AND 'JU£KTH
vvlthout plates a specialty^ Polks".
DR. LUDLUM H11.1.. 1413 MARKET ST.,"
X/ near Eleventh; no charge for extracting when
plates ar« made; old plates marie over like new:
teeth iiom $8 per set; extracting 50c: gas given. '
COL TON DENTAL ASSOCIATION. . SOU MAft-
\J ket st. DR. CHARLES \y. DECKER..
A WEEK'S NE"WS FOR B CENTS— THE
•"• WEEKLY- CALL, in wrapper, for mailing.
PARTNERSHIP NOTICES."
mo whom IT MA* CON<ERN-NOTICE IB
1 f 'ii lJ > x- i. en J, hal wi have P«rcUiised the interest
of MRS. N. E. URADSH aW in the s n n Francisco
Aromaiic Dislnfector Company. MRS N E
BRADSUAW to collect all mils and uy all .lebTi
up to July ] , 1895. O. G. SCOT ' 318 Washington
street.
-■ FIN AN C I At:
W ANT ED-S3S,OOO7"sECURErT BY~ FI B9T
'» mortgage on .business- property In country
town: interest 8 per cent, payable quarterly. Ad-
dress S., box 104. this office.
FHTBICIAKS.
HRJffi ■? AND MOTHER'S OARK.
MRS. DR. FUNK, 1416 Eighth St., Ala.^.'do.
JIVAKTED-MhUELLANEOI
KLEIN, 109 SIXTH ST., PAT» IRICES
for clothing, books and Jewelry ; postal.

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