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LOTTERIES DENOUNCED.
Interior Journals Join With
"The Call" in the
Crusade.
GEOSS FRAUDS ARE EXPOSED.
The Country Press Is Unani
mous in Fighting the
Evil.
The press of the State with unanimous
voice commend the action of The Call in
denouncing the lottery swindle. Excerpts
from leading journals of California cities
and towns show that the uprising against
the lottery frauds have become one of
magnitude.
No better work, considering the morals
of a community, has been done recently
than that of the San Francisco Call
against the lottery traffic. It is most
effective, too, for that swindling traffic has
been reduced one-half on account of the
exposures of that journal.
One of these lotteries is conducted by E.
Fox & Co. of Kansas City, which is de
nounced as a fraud. The Metropolitan
National Bank of that city states as fol
lows: "We desire to say that K. Fox & Co.
have less than $180 to'their credit on our
books. We have requested them time and
again to discontinue reference to this bank
on the back of their tickets, which we un
derstand they have failed end refused to
do." Now, who would have any dealings
with a firm of that character?
Here in Los Angeles the same evil has
had a certain sway. There have been few
attempts to break it up. The running of
poolrooms was permitted for a while, but
the Record inaugurated a crusade against
them, and they were driven from the city.
"We would add a word of caution against
playing the races, buying lottery tickets,
or "the like. No really sane, reasonable
man can ever hope to beat a gambler on
the gamDler's own ground. — Los Angeles
Express.
The San Francisco Cam- has given con
siderable space of late to exposing these
lottery swindles, one or more of which are
located at Kansas City. The confidential
circular of one of these fake companies
contains the following: "We fully under
stand and appreciate the reason why your
people have almost stopped buying lottery
tickets; it is because there has been no
prize of value drawn there for years, and
many have become discouraged and have
ceased to patronize lotteries entirely."
A few months ago fifty lottery tickets
were consigned to a man in San Francisco
and among these tickets was one in an en«
■velope, on the back of which was written:
"Confidential. Be sure to sell this ticket
to some prominent person who would not
obj%ct to having his name published
should he draw a large prize."
That looks honest, doesn't it? There
was one ticket meant to draw a prize. And
that prize was for the purpose of drawing
other people into tne net. The prize would
be a great advertisement if it went to a
person who was widely known. An ordi
nary individual has few chances, not one
in a thousand, of getting a cent. Such are
the schemes of the lottery fakes.— Los An
geles Record.
The Call deserves the commendation
and hearty support of the entire Pacific
Slope for its determined and successful
war waged against the lottery business.
The enormous success of genuine lotteries
has led to the counterfeiting of their
tickets ; the creation of many fake lotteries
and the palming of the myriads of the
bogus tickets upon an easily gulled people.
The Call has camped upon the trail of the
common enemy of the public, exposing its
fraudulent methods and rendering its busi
ness so unpopular that even the genuine
lottery is ' not well patronized and the
bogus* concerns hunted by the authorities
are no longer profitable. As Chief of Po
lice Crowley says: "If other papers could
be induced to follow The Call's example,
and at least cease to advertise the lotteries,
the evil would soon be reduced to a mini
mum. — Sonoma County Farmer.
That tottering concern the Louisiana
Lottery of Honduras continues to receive
hard knocks and will soon be obliged to
go out of business in this country. When
it removed from New Orleans it nominally
located in Honduras, Central America, but
in reality most of its operations have been
conducted in Tampa, Fla. That State has
now passed one of the severest laws against
lottery to be found anywhere in the Union.
Among the restrictions, it is made a febny
for any person or firm in the State to any
way prepare lottery matter, either by
printing, typewriting, stereotyping, or in
any other way, or to permit it to be pre
pared in buildings or premises over which
they have control. The penalties are
heavy, the fines running as high as $5000
and imprisonment up to ten years for aid
ing in the conduct of a lottery.— Oakland
The Call got itself in a commanding
position to hght the lotteries by refusing
to insert any of the lottery advertisements.
From this height it is able to sweep the
whole works and to do effective cannonad
ing. The gTeat desideratum about break
ing up the National lottery habit is to stop
the enormous drain of money from a class
of people who can ill afford it, and to de
stroy a habit of trusting to chance for s».
success that can only be obtained, in a way
to be beneficial, by hard, steady work anil
systematic saving. If all the great papers
of this country would imitate Thk Call
and assist the Postoffice Department, this
unfortunate National habit would soon De
stamped out or reduced to a condition
where its ill effects would not be felt. —
Alameda Argus.
The San Francisco Call keeps pegging
away at the lottery frauds, and states that
the more the business is investigated the
more swindlers are to be found. It will
keep on attacking the illicit money-mak
ing scheme until it is driven out of the
City. When taken into consideration the
large number of poor people who are en
ticed by the visionary fortunes held forth
Rnd the evils resulting therefrom, we must
admit the efforts of The Call in trying to
suppress the vice are worthy of emulation
by all newspapers who seek to promote the
advancement of the ptople.— Solano Re
publican.
If there are yet people in Vallejo who
buy lottery tickets, they should read the
exposures made by the San Francisco Call
of the swindling practiced by lottery com
panies. The lottery business is a fraud
from end to end, a good and sare method
to get dollars from a public willing to be
humbugged. — Vallejo Chronicle.
The San Francisco Call iB doing a good
work in attempting to down the lotteries.
It is safe to say that thousands of dollars
go out of California every month to sup
port these unlawful corporations, and when
money goes to aid a lottery it never conies
back again.— Marin Press.
The ban Francisco Call is to be heartily
indorsed for its exposure of the swind
ling methojds of the big lottery schemes.
There's a little too puich of this thing that
is roobing many a gullible poor person. It
ought to stop.— Woodland Reporter.
Under the healthful interest of the San
Francisco Call the lottery craze in this
State is rapidly subsiding, and the frauds
ihat sell worthless pieces of paper for dol
lars are being forced out of business. — San
Jose Mercury.
If The Call succeeds in destroying the
lottery evil, California will have much to
be grateful for. — Berkeley Dispatch.
IN THE HOBSE'S HOOF.
Strange Place in Which a Lost Pocket-
Book Was Found.
Mrs. Jacob Darue, living a few miles
north of Canadaigua. drove to town to do
some trading, accompanied by her chil
dren. She tied her horse on Main street,
leaving the children in the wagon. She
made a number of purchases, but when
she sought her pocket-book it could not be
found. She hastened to the spot where
the horse was hitched and made a thorough
investigation of the ground, the carnage,
and even the youngsters were given an
overhauling, in comparison with which a
customhouse inspection bill is a mild af
fair. Mrs. Darue was positive that she had
placed the purse in her pocket just before
leaving the carriage, and its complete dis
appearance was ample grounds for her
anxious attitude.
The search, augmented by clerk" and by
standers, was continued with fruitless re
sult, and finally abandoned. A village
paper that day published a notice offering
a reward for the return of a pocketbook
containing a considerable sum of money
in bills. Mrs. Darue had placed the ad
vertisement before returning home. She
had proceeded but a short distance when
a slight lameness was visible in the horse
she was driving. Instead of passing off, it
increased until Mrs. Darue became
alarmed. She stopped and alighted from
the carriage, and at her command the
hurse raised the aoparently injured mem
ber. Mrs. Darue's surprise can better be
imagined than described when she found,
firmly imbedded in the hollow of the hoof,
the missinc purse. It was removed with
out dilriculty and the family horse es
tablished a gait from there home which
indicated that the discovery was as Dleas
ing to him as to the owner of the purse.
Mrs. Darue believes that in alighting from
the carriage the purse fell from her dress
and under the horse's feet. The purse
contained about $50. — Rochester Democrat
and Chronicle.
EEAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Feronica C. Balrd and Ebenezer- Scott, trustees
of the estate of John 11. Baird. to B. E. Henrik
sen, lot on N line of Waller street, 137:6 W of
Lott. W25 by N 137:6: $1575.
Sldonie Le Roy to A. Baert, lot on E line of Shot
well street, 85 N of Fifteenth, N 25 by X 122:6;
$10.
Bridget M. O'Day to Edward O'Day, lot on W
line of Chattanooga street, 78 S of Twenty-first, S
26 ry W 125; gift.
Christian Sullivan to Charles Orth, lot on N line
of Twenty-fourth Btreet, 60 E of San Jose avenue,
B 30, N 84:4. W 30, S 80; «5.
Charles A. and Bertha Orth to James McCurry,
same; $10.
James O'Connor to Margaret Welch, lot on
NW corner of Thirtieth and Dolores streets, N
114. W 169:11V«>. SE 317. X 135:1UA: $5.
James V. Lawrence to John Cook, lot on W line
of Mnson street, 46 N of Pine, N 23 by W 62:6, '
quitclaim deed: $10. ■■■-.-.: ■.•
Lizzie S. Cook to William W. and Augusta
West, same: $10.
Esther Urler to Robert Orler, lot on N line of
Sacramento street, 183:4 W of Hyde. W 45:10 by
N 120; ft.
Ellen M. Huge to Christopher yon Staden, lot
on S corner of Harrison street and Morris avenue,
S\V 30 by SK 83:6: $10.
J. .1. and Julia Raver to same, same: $10.
John J. and Mary L. O'Farrell to 11. F. Bruns,
lot on W cornerof Francis and Mission streets, SW
25 by NW 100; $10.
Jacob and Llna Herman to Herman Greenewald,
lot on E line of Merced street, 350 S of Thirtieth,
s 30 by E 100, block 24, Fairmount Land Associa
tion; 510.
Lake View and Sunnyslde Improvement Com
pany to Connor A Perry Trust and Improvement
Company, lots 5 to 25, 35, 36, 37, block 6, Lake
View: $10.
Charles McCarthy (by J. P. McCarthy, attorney)
to same, lots 5 to 9, block 6, Lake View, quitclaim
deed: $1.
Albert C. and Hetta L. Tltcomb to William C.
Mysell, lot 50, block 6, Flint Tract Homestead As
sociation; $10.
AUVMEDA COU>'TY.
Joseph F. and Sarah J. Shrader of Oakland to E.
A. Heron of Oakland, lot on E line of Vernon
street, 260 N of Santa Rosaavenue, N 40 by E 132,
being the 8 l/, of lot 19 and N Vi of lot 20, block F,
Stanford Tract, Oakland: $10.
Thomas Kelly of Oakland to Elizabeth Kelly of
Oakland, lot on NE corner of Fifth and Castro
streets. N 75 by B 75, being lots 1, 2 and 3, block
50. OaKland: gift.
Ellen Hallaban of Oakland to Mary C. Hallahan
of Oakland, undivided interest of lot on W line of
Franklin street, 73 s of Seventh, S 27 by W 75. be
ing lot 18 and S2 feet of lot 17, block 6s, Oakland;
$10.
Amador Marble Company (a corporation) to
Robert Hickmott of Alameda. lot on NE corner of
West. First and Filbert streets. E 150:101/., N
84:108/4, \V 80:7, s 19:3, W 57:10. S 28:9, to be
ginning, block 441, Oakland; $4500.
A. M. and Elizabeth M. Gardner to Wealthy
Taylor, lot on W corner or East Eleventh street
and Tenth avenue. NW 100 by SW 150, block 17,
Clinton, East Oakland; $10.
C.T. Hunley of Livermore to Charles Beck of
Alameila, lot on NE corner of Fourth and J
streets, E 150 by N 100. lots 7. 8 and 0, block 32.
town of Liverinore, Murray Township: $10.
Fred L. Button of Oakland to John B. McDonald,
lot on W line of Henry street, 188 8 of West Fifth,
S 25 by W 125. lot 35. block G. Bay View Home
stead, quitclaim deed, Oakland; $10.
John B. McDonald of Oakland to Ned Reseh of
Oakland, same; $—
.Innnle M. Young (wife of J. M.) to Edward
Clark, lot on W line of San Pablo avenue, 75 N of
Linden street, N 60, W 116:71/4. S 25:10%, SE
28:10, B 109 to beginning, being lots 12 and 13,
block 683, Glatcoek Tract, Oakland; $10.
Annie A. and Andrew McGarry to Mark and
Margaret Farrell, lot on IS W corner of Clinton and
Summit streets, W 50 by N 100, being lots 13 and
14. block A. new town of Lynn, East Oakland ; $500.
Mary I. Drnmmond of Oakland to C. M. Barre of
Oakland, lot on NW corner of Clinton and Summit
streets. W 50 >>y N 125. being lots 13 and 14, block
A. new town of Lynn, East Oakland ; $10.
Charles Babb to* C. M. Barre of Oakland, lots 13
and 14, block A, new town of Lynn, tax deed. East
Oakland: $10:
W. B. and Ermlnla M. Hrfrdy of Oakland to
Mary Sweeney of Oakland, lots 34 and 35, Clare
mont |Park, being a resubdlvlsion of lots 3to block
I, Vernon Park, Oakland Township; $10.
Clara C. Grodhaus of Berkeley to K»te Mehlhop
of San-Francisco, lot on W line of Boise street,
300 S of Klackstone, B 25 by W 100 being lot 17,
block B. subdivision of blocks A and B, In lot 3.
Dohr Tract, Berkeley: $10.
William H. and Frances Mackinnon to Mary
Sweeney of Oakland, lot on W line of Lowell
street, 67:6 N of Tompkins, N 67:«, W 85.23, SE
71.12, E 62.19 to beginning, being the N half of lot
15, block 27, Smith's subdivision Mathews Tract,
Brooklyn: $10.
W. E. and Erminia Dargie of Oakland to Joseph
F. Cattarnich of San Francisco, lot 241, Rose
Tract, Brooklyn Township; $5.-
Edward and Mary A. Clark to Jennie M. Young
(wife of James M.), lot on SW corner of Inez
avenue and High street, S 70 by W 130, being lot 2,
Inez Tract, Brooklyn Township: $10.
Mary E. Heard to Duncan D. Maynard, lot on N
line of Encinal avenue, 100 E of Willow, E 50 by
N 150, being lot 3 in W half block of E, lands adja
cent to Encinal, Alamedn: $10.
F. C. Batch^lder and W. M. Bullock to First
Presbyterian Church of Haywards. lot on SE line
Of B street, 250 NE of First, NE 50 by SE 200, to
correct 554, d 303, Eden Township: $10.
Builders' Contracts.
Mary Elliot with James McLean, to erect a one
story frame building on E line of Noe street, 230
N of Fourteenth; $2170.
Robert Goetz with F. A. Hellmuth.to erect a one
story frame building on W line of York street, 225
N of Twenty-second; $1625.
Ellen B. Franzell with William Knowles, to erect
a two-story building on SE corner of Oak and Clay
ton streets; $7261.
SAN FRANCISCO "CALL."
BUSINESS OFFICE of the Ban Francisco Caltj—
710 Market street, open until 12 o'clock every
rlpht In the year.
BRANCH OFFICES-530 Montgomery street,
corner Clay: open until 9:30 o'clock.
BP9 H ayes street, open until 9 :30 o'clock.
717 Larkin street, open until 9:80 o'clock.
fcW. rornrr Sixteenth and .Mission streets, open
critil fi o'clock.
U6lB Mission street, open until 9 o'clock.
116 Ninth street, open until 9:XO o'clock.
SPKCIAL NOTICKS.
j^^^TH^E^^AliiX^rP^Tm^TNAGE^OF
tfr-^ 638 l-'oisom St., San Francisco. Cal., has
received the following half orphan girls from April
Ito July r, 1895: Irene Wilkins, aged 3 years;
Clara M. Morritsen, aged 3 years.
|^> ORPHANS RECEIVED, INTO ST. JO-
Sk^S' eeph's Infant Orphan Asylum since Janu-
ary 1895: Luke Moore, 6 years; Annie Moore.
.2 years: Nellie Bothwick, 11 years; Agnes John-
son, 3 years: Malvina Cavasse, 4 years: Frank
Hogani 5 years; Mary Hogan, 4 years; Agnes Ho-
gan, 5 or 6 years: George Collins, 6 years.
B£ig=» ABANDONED CHILDREN IN ST. JO-
l*-* s^ seph's Infant Orphan Asylum since Janu-
ary 1, 1894: Joseph Fisher, 6 years: Lawrence
Fisher, 3 years; Agnes Duggan, 4 years; George
Sayles, 4 years. ...
1-^3s= BAD TENANTS EJECTED FOR $4;
«&-»' Collections made, city or country. Pacific
Collection Co., 415 Montgy St., room 6, Tel. 6580.
ry ROOMS WHITENED. $1 PAPERS
CFJS' ed S3 50 up. 309 Sixth. Georue Hartman.
f^3S=* JOHN J. HULTHEN GIVES ELECTRIC,
$£<& magnetic, massage treatment, alcohol, oil
and Roman baths. 1007 Market, rooms 2 ana 3.
f£^3§=» VESTA GOLDSMITH IS STILJ. LO-
EC--*^ cated at 850 Market St., parlors 47 and 48.
PKTgp MISS OLIVE WHITNEY: BATHS,
IS--*', hand-rubbing of ' rheumatism and pain.
Room 5, 110 Sixth st.
5£SS= CORNS REMOVED WITHOUT KNIFE;
ar~£? no pain. ChiropodU Ir.«i.ltute, . 36V2 Geary.
* WEEK'S NEWS FOR 5 CENTS—
; I\. WEEKLY CALL. In wrapper, for mailing.
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, SATUKDAY, JULY 13, ISJJS.
CHURCH NOTICES.
\£~& near Jones— Rev. -M. P. -Boynton.. acting
pastor. Services Sunday, July 14, 1895. Preaching
by the acting pastor at 11 a. m.. subject, "The
Edncational Opportunity"; and 7:30 p.m., topic,
••Ejected." Sunday-school at 12:30 p. M. V. P. S.
of C. K. at 6:30 P. m. Young men's meeting Mon-
day evening at 8 o'clock. .. All these services, are
open to the public. Strangers are welcome. v * . ; .
IKS 3 ST. JOHN'S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH,
hb<£? corner California and Octavia sts.— pas-
tor, Rev. D. Hanson Irwin. will preach at 11 a.m.
and 7:45 p. m. The Sacrament of the. Lord's Sup-
per will be administered at the morning service.
Sabbath-school at 9:45 a. m. Young People's
Society Christian Endeavor, 6:45 p. m. Prayer-
meeting Wednesday evening at 7:45. Everybody
made cordially welcome. ,
H^g=»" FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH,
•Jr-J^ cor. Van Ness aye. and Sacramento St.—
Rev. Robert Mackenzie, D.D., pastor: Rev. W. C.
Merrill, associate pastor. Dr. Mackenzie will preach
at 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m. Sunday-school at 12:45
p. m. Young People's Society of Christian En-
deavor at 6:30 p.m.; prayer meeting Wednesday
evening at 7:45 o'clock. All are welcome to these
services.
GKS=> HOWARD- STREET METHODIST
l**"*"^ Episcopal Church, bet. Second and Third
sis., two blocks from Palace Hotel— Rev. W. W.
Case, D.D., pastor. Mr, Martin Schultz,. musical
director. W. F. Gibson. Sunday-school superin-
tendent. Hours of public services, 11 a. m. and |
7:45 p.m. Sunday-school at 12:30. Prayer meet-
ing Wednesday! evening. Epworth League 6:45
Sunday evening. Subject of the morning sermon, i
"The Tenderness of Jesus." Subject of the even-
ing lecture, "Occultism, Dreams and Visions."
Pastor's residence, 2026 Howard st. Telephone
6065. ■
NOTICE OF MEETINGS.
jaSs* GOOD WILL ENCAMPMENT NO.k/}
EE^ 83, I. O. O. F.— Officers and members: 'X
Yon are hereby notified to attend our next *■
meeting, MONDAY EVENING, July 15. Busi-
ness of great importance. Consolidation will be
acted upon. Every member is requested to be
present. . G. T. PIIELPS.C. P.
C. R. Macxauchlax, 8.
ljjt^3?» TO THE MEMBERS OF ST. JOSEPH'S
\£ : ~& Benevolent Society: You are requested to
attend the semi-annual meeting on SUNDAY,
July 15, at St. Mary's old Cathedral, at 2 o'clock
p. M. A full attendance is earnestly desired. .-■ : - i
W. MURASKY, President.
H. J. Brown, Secretary.
[K3S» EIGHTEENTH ANNUAL EXCURSION
\iS-~& and picnic of the Independent Rifles to
Glenwood, Santa Cruz Mountains, Sunday, July
14, 1895. Tickets— $1 ; children, 50c.
Boat leaves foot of Market st. at 8:45 a. m.
tF§P~ THE AXN V A L MEET I N 8 OF THE
W<Br 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 office, 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. GREEN, Secretary.
3p^g= A WEEK'S NEWS FOR 6 CENTS—
EE^ WEEKLY CALL. in wrapper, for mailing.
DIVIDEND NOTICES.
gpC3S= DIVIDEND NOTICE-DIVIDEND NO.
E» ; -»' 21 (fifteen cents per share) of the HUTCH-
INSON SUGAR PLANTATION COMPANY will
be payable at the office Of the company, 327
Market st., on and after SATURDAY, July 20,
1895.
Transfer-books will close Saturday, July 13,
1895, at 12 M. E. H. SHELDON, Secretary.
SITUATIONS tt'ASTKD-FEMALE.
TOADIES FIND THE BEST OF HELP AND
\J all orders promptly attended to at C. It. HAN-
HEN & CO.'B, 110 Geary st.
T THE SWEDISH EMPLOYMENT BU-
reau rirst-class Swedish and German girls are
ewalting situations. 332 Geary St.; telephone 983.
OOD SERVANTS, CITY OR COUNTRY. AT
\J MME. LEOPOLD'S, 957 Market st. ; open evgs.
"yoUNG LADY DESIRES SITUATION AS
-L housekeeper. Inquire 44 Sixth St., room 34,
second floor.
ITU A lON WANTED; CHAMBER WORK
or child's nurse. Call or address 2 days 733
Broadway.
XPERIKNCED YOUNG WOMAN DESIRES
situation for cooking and downstairs work.
Call or address 230 O'Farrell st.
WEDISH WOMAN. WHO HAS DONE WASH-
-0 ing ami ironing for families by the day, wants
work. 9 Everett St., off Third, near Howard.
M" IDDLE- AGED~~WOM AN WISHES SlTU-
atlon to do general housework by the day; !fl :
washing, ironing and cleaning. Call or address 617
Jones St..
"DEFINED YOUNG LADY, WELL EDUCATED
J.V iv French and English languages, wishes situ-
ation to care for or leach young children; no postals
or employment offices. Address 316 Minna st. ■ .
OMAN OF GOOD APPEARANCE WISHES
'< situation as working housekeeper. Address
M.F., box 83. Call.
WANTED-EY AN ENGLISH LADY OF 25 A
ii position as companion to elderly couple; will-
Ing to undertake any house duties provided among
refined people; thoroughly capable, as references
bear witness. Address Stranger, box 90, Call.
EXPERIENCED FIRST-CLASS PROTESTANT
-Hi woman would like good steady home in small
family; is steady and reliable: will do any kind of
work by the day: terms $1 a day and carfare. Call
or address 365 Minna si., upstairs.
\\r ANTED— BY A REFINED WIDOW, GOOD
ii home; light wages in exchange for light ser-
vices; good seamstress. 1020 Market, room 30.
"VrOUNG WIDOW WISHES POSITION AS
-L housekeeper or typewriter. Call at 11 Kearny
St., room 27, first floor.
STEADY YOUNG GERMAN GIRL WISHES A
place to do upstairs work and sewing; country
preferred. Address 911 Capp st.
/ i EE M AN GIRL.WISiHEiS SITUATION TO DO
V.T general housework, waiting or second work In
private family. Call 14* Folsom aye., off Folsoui
St., between Seventh Mid Eighth.
ANTED — A POSITION AS WORKING
'» housekeeper by a capable woman. Call at
room 225, Golden West Hotel.
ANTED —BY A YOUNG GIRL LIGHT
ii housework or to take care of children. 415 V
Sixth st. '
FRENCHWOMAN WISHES TO DO HOUSE-
£ work in private family or hotel from 7 a. m. to
1 P. m. Address 527 Greenwich st.
"WANTED— WORK. BY THE DAY BY COM-
I* petont German woman. Address MRS. M.
F., 212 Van Ness.
yoUNG WIDOW WISHES situation AS
■L housekeeper. 27 Taylor st., room 2.
TTURST-CLAS9 GERMAN COOK WANTS SIT-
-T uatlon; city or country. Address 348 Third.
ITUATION WANTED BY YOUNG AAlKK-
ican woman as working housekeeper in plain,
quiet family, American preferred; capable of tak-
ing full charge of widower's family, where there
«re young children to traiu; references. Address
E., box 9, this office. , .
WOMAN, WITH GIRL 5 YEARS OF AGE,
ii wishes situation to do general housework: good
home more an object than wages. Address W. W.,
box 1, Call Office.
ADY, EDUCATED AND CAPABLE.WANTS
situation as saleswoman in a store, or as cashier
in restaurant; country town preferred. Address
G. S.. box 109, Call Office.
IDDLE-AGED WOMAN WANTS 81TUA-
tion as housekeeper for widower: country pre-
ferred. Address C. D., box 125, Call Office.
T7HRST-CLASS CHAMBERMAID AND WAIT-
-l ress, just from the East, has been working on
Fifth aye.. New York City, wishes position. Call
410% Natomast., near Fifth.
■yOUNGGIRL WISHES SITUATION TO DO
-L general housework or second work. Address J.
G., box 'lo6, Call Office. ■■
WOMAN, WITH A CHILD, WISHES SlTU-
atlon in the country; good references. Apply
48 Fourth st., room 49.
ITUATION WANTED BY CAPABLE WO-
rann with good references to do house or cham-
ber work or good plain cooking. 2438 Bush st.
SWEDISH GIRL WANTS POSITION TO DO
general housework. Please call at 1622 Bush.
"VI IDDLE-AGED PERSON TO DO HOUSE OR
IiJL chamber work would like position In hotel or
family; country preferred. Call or address 1128 ' A
Harrison st.
' 1) ELI ABLE competent COOK wants SIT .
-LV uation in boarding-house, hotel or restaurant;
good city references. Call or address 277 Steven-
son st. - ■
R "EXPECTABLE GERMAN LADY WISHES
-It to do washing or cleaning by the day. Call or
address 108 Clara St., near Fourth.
in HUMAN GIRL WANTS SITUATION TO do
JT cooking and general housework in Oakland.
Call at 229 Hannah st., Oakland.
I" jK>& DRESSMAKERS— B THE DAY IN
.T shops or families; $1 50 per day. Call at Me-
DOWELL Dressmaking Academy, 213 Powell st.
o r-A n1 sn LESSONS GIVEN BY josefita
O CORTEZ, 26 Taylor street, room 5.
OMAN WOU LD LI KETO TAKE CARE OF
child; speaks French and English; terms rea-
sonable. Apply 713 Laurel live. ' '.-: '."•-'
\\* OMAN WANTS SITUATION to do GEN-
'» eral housework, cooking, washing and Iron-
ing. Call or address MRS. MARY GAFFIGAN,
1209 Eighteenth st. - - '.
■yoUNG GIRL SPEAKS GERMAN AND
-L English; wishes to help. in housework : In a
small family. Address 57 Natoma st., between
Third and Fourth. : ; r: <
■yOUNG AMERICAN WOMAN WISHES
J. work by the day; good city references. 2706 a
Mission st. .
EKINED YOUNG WIDOW FROM THE
East would like any kind of sewing or gentle-
men's mending; satisfaction guaranteed. ' Call Ito
b p. m. room 2, first flat 119 Ninth st.
GENTLEMEN'S MENDING DONE NEATLY
'TlO order l>v a widow. 26 Taylor st., room 3.
SITUATIONS; U ANTISD^aiAL.K. V;
DANE W I SH ES sITU AT lON ON PRIVATE
J ' place, ranch or as groom; thoroughly under-
stands management of horses, cows, garden and
general work; reliable In every respect; references.
N. N., 801 Kearny st.
BAR-TENDER AND ;WAITKK; JUST. FROM
the East, would like situation at some country
hotel; sober and reliable. Address U. A., box 77,
Call Office ■ ■•- ■ :
- *. - . . ...
SITUATIONS WAMTEP-Contlnned;
SITUATIOX RANTED! AB MAR ABOUT
O place or some other honorable employment at
reasonable wages; city or country. Address J. C,
box 136, Call oillce.
PAIXTER A D PAP.ER-HANGER, WITH
tools, will work by day or contract; will let
owners buy their own material: good work guar-
anteec:. Call or address Painter. 125 Oak st.
1? IT WE R~W A NTS SITUATION AS
-T foreman; thoroughly"- competent in growing,
packing and drying fruits and raisins. Address F.
G., 1911 Stanford st.. Alameda.
\IU ANTED — SITUATION AS POKTER IX
*» wholesale house by reliable man; unexcep-
tional references. Address S., 29 Grand aye.,
between Ninth and Tenth sts. .__.
WANTED — POSITION BY A COMPETENT
»» man In wholesale liquor and rectifying house;
best of references: compounder and bottler. Ad-
dress D. F., box 100, Call OtHce. .
A' OUNG HONEST SCANDINAVIAN WISHES
JL place with private family as man about place:
good driver; lend to garden and milk; will give
highest of references as to ability and sobriety.
Please address M., box 63, Call Office.
WANTED BY A YOUNG MAN WITH FIVE
years' experience in fruit-raising a position on
fruit ranch (French prunes preferred) as manager
or assistant; not afraid of work; thoroughly under-
stands pruning cultivation and handling of crop;
references furnished if desired. Address F. H. F.,
3019 Pine st.
TEA DV AND RELIABLE COACHMAN AND
O gardener wishes position: Is a thoroughly good
horseman and rlrst-class gardener: very handy
with tools: first-class references. Address E., box
67. Call Office. -
HOTEL PORTER WISHES A SITUATION;
city preferred. Address H. C, box 49, this
office.
SITUATION WANTED BY A YOUNG DANE;
knows the care of garden and housework: han-
dy with tools; has the best of city references. Ad-
dress S. J. j., box 60, Call Office.
SITUATION WANTED BY MIDDLE-AGED
German: understands the care of horses, gar-
den; can milk and make himself useful at every-
thing; references. Address M. A., box 136, this
office.
ATCHMAN WOULD LIKE A JOB DAY OR
* ' night in any place of trust : can give the best of
reference. (all or address G. W. 11., 1238 Bush st.
Y OUNG MAX, 24 YEARS OF AGE. WISHES
J- work; handy at anything; wages no object; ref-
erences. Address W. 8., box 19, tnis office.
pOOD HONEST BOY (15) WOULD LIKE A
vJ position to do chores on a farm: short distance
from city. Address Boy, box 71, Call Office.
UTCHER (GERMAN), GOOD STALLSMAN
XJ and sausage-maker, wishes a steady position;
City or country. Address T. A., box 69, this office.
STEADY MAN wish SITUATION AS
0 cook in camp or range; good baker. Address
I I. 8., box 61, Call Office.
ROUGH CARPEXTER WITH TOOLS WANTS
J- v stendy work on a ranch or mine. Address C. F.,
box 147, this office.
/"i arde.nerZa YOUNG MAN OF 23 WISHES
VJ situation as alove; thoroughly competent in
all Its branches; would prefer a private plsc?. Ad-
dress E. A., box 57. this office.
\r OITNG MAN .WISHES EMPLOYMENT:
i- references. Address 821 Filbert St.. Oakland.
GERMAN AND WIFE, NO CHILDREN,
VX wish situation in city or country; wife good
cook and housekeeper; man good carpenter, will-
ing to work at anything. Address 1662 Mission.
"yOUXG MAN WISHES A POSITION, BAR-
i- tender, wholesale liquor-house, or drive team In
City. W. F., box 53, Call Office.
COOK WANTS POSITION IX HOTEL, RES-
taurant or camp; strictly sober man. Address
DAPP, 70« a Jones St., near Post.
OY OVER 16 YEARS OLD WANTS WORK
in the country on ranch; small wages expected;
used to horses. Apply 1 week 218% Nineteenth.
\\i HEELWRIGHT AND ALL-ROUND WOOD-
" worker wants steady job: experienced at gen-
eral repairing. Address H., box 57. Call. - ;
"V OUNG MAN WITH GOOD EDUCATION DE-
X sires employment where there Is an opportunity
for promotion. Address E. J., box 74, Call Office,
Oakland.
~\~l BRICKLAYER WANTS WORK IN
-iY. mills or foundry; willing to do other work
when not needed at nis trade. Adare6sC. S. F box
42, this office.
A WEEK'S NEWS FOR 5 CENTS — THE
WEEKLY CALL. in wrapper, for mailing.
FEMALE HELP WANTED.
WANTED— S WAITRESSES AND CHAM-
bermalds, hotel*, etc., $20; cook, no wash,
American family, $30; 2 girls in bakeries. $20 and
$25: French nurse, $20: ranch cook. $20: cook,
hoarding-house, $25: seamstress ana maid, $26: 2
ironers in laundry: French or German second girl,
*20. and girls to lill situations In city and country.
J. F. CROSETT & CO., 312 Batter st.
OOK, PRIVATE FAMILY, ALAMEDA, t25;
I assistant nurse, institution, $15; waitress, first-
Class country hotel, $20: and girls for housework.
R. T. WARD A CO., 610 Clay st.
9 WAITRESSES, $20; 3 WOMEN FOR HOUSE-
+- work; cook for 6 men on an orchard, $20.
MURRAY & READY, 634 Clay st.
THIRST-CLASS CHAMBERMAID; COUNTRY
-T hotel; $20; call early. C. R. HANSEX & CO.,
110 Geary st. ?
HEAD WAITRESS. LARGE HOTEL, $40; 3
waitresses, seaside hotel, fare paid, s2o; 1 more
waitress, country hotel, fare paid, $20; waitress,
hotel, near city, $18. C. R. HANSEN & CO.. 110
Geary st.
WANTED-NURSK, 1 CHILD, COUNTRY,
»' $20; German cook, $30; French waitress and
maid, $20: French housework girl, $20: young
cirls to assist, $16 and $12. LEON ANDRE, 315
Stockton st.
"VTURSEFORA CHILD 31/2 YEARS OLD, $20.
i-' country: French governess, $25: housework.
Calistoxa, $17 60; Placer County, $20. 2 girls: 10
housework glrl3, city and country, $20 and $25;
young girls assist, $10. MISS CULLEN, 105
Stockton st.
p I •: !'. M A OR SWEDISH COOK, $35: WAlT-
vXress hotel, $26, country; city hotel, $20. MISS
CULLEN, 105 Stockton st. -
6 RE D GIRL. SHORT DISTANCE, SIS'-
\J MISS CULLEX, 105 Stockton st.
p ERMAX OB FRENCH SECOXD GIRL, $25.
VX MISS CULLEN, 105 Stockton st.
SECOND GIRL, $12. MISS CULLEX, 105
Stockton st. . _. ;■ s -
CIOOK, FOR 6 DAYS. MISS CULLEN, 105
> Stockton st.
rnWO GERMAN COOKS, COUNTRY, $25;
1 first class cook, city, $30; hotel cook, $35; Jirst.
class cook ami assistant, Cloverdale, $25 and $20;
2 second girls, city and country, $20: 15 young
girls, citj and country, $10 to $20. WINTER it
CO., 9y 3 Stockton st.
W" ANTED— A GERMAN OR SWEDISH
" chambermaid for private family, $25: must
bring references. Apply MISS PLUNKETT, 424
Butter st. '
pOO $30; GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK,
\J Berkeley, $20; Santa Cruz, $20: and a number
of girls for city places; chambermaid, $20. MRS.
HIRI), 705 Polk st. -
T^URSEgTrI, |NAPA VALLEY, $20; TWO
Xl nursegirlß, city, $15 to $20; cook, boarding-
house, $26; 2 house girls, $25: 2 house girls, $20;
2 girls Santa Cruz, $15, $20: Alameda, $20. 332
Geary st.
AUNDRESS; $20; COUNTRY HOTEL.
i HOTEL GAZETTE, 420 Kearny st.
■EXPERIENCED OPERATORS ON LADIES'
-I capes; also operators owning machines: ex-
perienced cloak-makers on plush capes. MEYER
MILLER, 121 Post st.
AMERICAN* OR GERMAN GIRL TO
-I assist in light housework and help with chil-
dren. 624 Eddy st.
AMERICAN WOMAN AS HOUSEKEEPER:
small family; $18; no washing. N.W., box
26, Call Office.
WOMAN TO WORK IN -KITCHEN. 11123
• » Suiter st.
■yOUNG GIRL FOR LIGHT HOUSEWORK.
JL 1325 Guerrero st. •
GIRL FOR LIGHT HOUSEWORK. 1618
IT Washington st.
MIDDLE-AGED LADY OF GOOD APPEAR-
ance : good wages. Address G. A., box 79, Call.
WANTED-EXPERIENCED LADY WAIT^
res*. 134 Third st. . .
p IRLGENERAL HOUSEWORK. JEWELRY-
VX store, 11 Stockton st., bet. 9 and 11 a. m.
\\fOMAN FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK;
• • wages $16; sleep home. 108 Ninth st.
yOUNO' MAN DESIRES LADY PARTNER;
1 no trlflers. P.. box 17, Call Office.
"VrOUNG GIRL FOR LIGHT HOUSEWORK. 30
JL Clinton Park, bet. Guerrero and Market sts.
MIDDLE-AGED GERMAN WOMAN COOK-
ing and general housework. 11 Sixth, upstairs.
MtLLINB I.y~TKADB TAUGHT: PUi'ILS
are taken in class or private; terms reason-
able. 2630 California st. - ■
WAMEu— A dIRL FOR LIGHT ilOUSE-
work ; sleep home. 2914 Sacramento st.
GERMAN GIRL TO HELP IN HOUSEWORK;
VX small family. Call 920 Dolores st.
WANTED-GIRL. FOR GENERAL HOUSE-
»» work and cooking: 3, in family; wages $8 to
$10; references required. Address, giving particu-
lars. A. n.. box 1, Call Office.
GIRL. WHO SPEAKS GERMAN. FOR A
VJ small family without children; wages $12.
1432 O'Farrell st. '
ARMEXTS PERFECTLY COMPLETED
without trying on; call and test.' Lawrence
Cnttlng-school, 1231 Market st. ■ "". ; v -, v
DRESSMAKERS AND SEWING GIRLS
wanted; patterns cut ,to order, 25 cents up.
McDOWELL Dressmaking Academy. 213 Powell,
J FRENCH ACCORDION PLEATING: TAILOR-
made suits; $7; perfect fit. 118 McAllister st.
p ROFESSOR LIVINGSTONS -.DRKSSCUT-
X tlngand making school : all branches. 702 sutler.
UAI.K UEL.P WANTED.
"lV A NTE^^TE^V^RTr^olT^rAXirTrov'.
..ernment boat, $40, and found, etc.; 2 boys to
learn good trade, $3 per w> ek and Increase: waiter
boy, country restaurant, $16 and found, - fare ad-
vanced; waiter boy, small restaurant in city, $15
ami found; butter-makers, milkers, cooks, waiters
and dishwashers. W. D. EWER CO., 626 Clay.
WANTED- A BUTLER FOR PRIVATE
*» family, $40. Apply MISS PLUNKETT, 424
Butter st.
HELP WANTED-Contlnned.
~\\T ANTE^^SivTurEIl WHO~CAN OPEN '
»» oysters, $40 and found, country: waiter for
small country place, $25: waiter for resort, $30;
barkeeper for first-class resort; man to work in
small coalyard and drive. $15 and found, etc. L.
ANDRE, 315 Stockton st. - . ' .
"OLACKSMITH' FOR A CAMP, COUNTRY,
J-> $2 50a day; sheepherder, $20: scraper team-
sters and laborers, city, $1 75 a day. C. R. HAN-
SEX & CO.. 110 Geary st. ;
QCREWTURNER, country, sawmill.
0 $2 25 a day; 6 jacks?rewers for the woods, $35
and found; 10 laborers for the woods $20 and
■found. .C. R. HAN SEN <fc CO., 110 Geary st.
EAMSTKRS AND LABORERS FOR RAIL-
X road work: free fare. C. R. HaNSEX <S CO.,
110 Geary st. ■ . ' , . ' ' '" ■
FIRST-CLASS WAITERS WITH DRESS
U suits for country hotel, $35 and free fare. C. R.
HANSEN & CO.. 110 Geary st. - ' -
PASTRY COOK AND BAKER, COUNTRY
J- hotel. $50; camp cook, country, $40: waiter for
a camp, $20; 2 Ironers, city, $10 and $12 a week;
shampooer, $30; 2 dishwashers, country hotel,
$25; porter and bootblack, yardman, and Others.
C. R. HANSEN <fe CO., 10 Geary el. ' .
WORKING FOREMAN FOR HOTEL LAUN
"» dry, country. C. R. ANSEN & CO., 110
Geary st. ; - ■ ■ ' ■
PASTRYCOOK AND BAKER AND ASSIST
on range, country hotel, $50. C. R. HANSEN
* CO., 110 Geary st. ■ '
PORTER, COUNTRY HOTEL, $30. C. R. HAN-
SEN & CO., 110 Geary st. ___;__
(\Z MEN CAN obtain work to-day at
Uy MURRAY & READY'S, 634 Clay st. ,
"1 f\ TIEMAKERS, 9c EACH; 3 COOPERS; 10
±O laborers. MURRAY & READY, 634 Clay st.
TTARNESS-MAKER FOR RANCH; 5 FA M-
-D. ers, $20 and $26. MURRAY & READY, 634
Clay st. ■ - ■:•;.;." r
NGINEER FOR A WINERY; CABINET-
XJ maker for city. MURRAY & READY, 634
Clay st.
tableman, s2s and found; carriage-
-0 painter, $150 day and found; house-painter,
$1 60 day and found. MURRAY & READY, 634
Clay st.
*_> WAITERS, $25; 4 HOTEL COOKS, $30, $40
«-> and $60: 3 dishwashers, $20: Japanese cook,
$25. MURRAY <fc READY, 634 Clay st.
WASTE [)— SCR F. - TURNER " FOR MILL,
» » $2 25 a day; wood-turner, $2 50 a day; 2 boys
to learn trade, $4 a week and increase ; woodchop-
pers, $1 25 a cord: foreman for mine, $100 ; cabi-
net-makers and carpenters for Central America,
part fare advanced ; Scandinavian man about place,
$25; dishwasher. $25; cooks, waiters and others.
Apply to J. F. CROSETT it CO., 628 Sacramento.
\\T ANTED— IO WOODS and mill MEN to
»» go to-day; going wages; reduced fare. J. F.
CR< tSETT <fc CO., 623 Sacramento st.
DR I LLER TRIPOD FOR QUARRY, $2 60 A
day: carpenter work and painting, $1 50 a
day; carpenter, country, SI 25 and board; well-
digger and laying pipe, $175 a day; cook for 12
men, $20: farmhands, $15; woods and mill men,
$20 and $26. R. T. WARD & CO., 608 and 610
Clay st.
7^ LABORERS AND TEAMSTERS, CITY,
* O $26 a month and board: 75 hands, $150,
$1 75 and $2 per day. 51 Third St., room 81.
1 A ITALIAN. LABORERS, CITY, $2 PER
X\J day: 25 Italian laborers, country, $1 50 and
$1 75. 61 Third St., room 31.
WANTED— PLAIN SEAFARING COOK: $35
>> and found. MME. LEOPOLD, 957 Market st.
IV" ANTED— MILKMAN WHO WILL TAKE
• • 10 to 25 cans milk daily direct from producer.
Call at room 36, Nevada block.
A ENERGETIC CANVASSERS WANTED
—V immediately. 9 to 12 a.m. Rooms 47,48,
Macdonough building, Oakland.
BARBER FOR SATURDAY AND SUNDAY.
1229 Dupont St., near Vallejo.
BARBEB FOR SUNDAY MORNING. 225
Montgomery aye.
BARBEB FOR SATURDAY. 358 FOURTH
street. .
ARBER WANTED FOR SATURDAY. 105
Fourth St.
1) ARBER TO-DAY ;$3 AND BOARD. APPLY
JLJ 412 Folsom st.
ARBER FOR SATURDAY AND SUNDAY;
JJ good wages., 319 Montgomery aye.
ARBER WANTED FOR SATURDAY. 1303
Dupont st. '
ARBER WANTED FOR SATURDAY AND
Sunday. Call Ba. m., 257 Third st.
ri OOD BARBER WANTED FOR SATURDAY ;
vX good wages. 1905 Hyde st.
/ < OOD BARBER FOR SATURDAY; $4.
\J 4?,y 2 Third St.
WANTED— BARBER. 137y 2 FIFTH SI .
B~ EDMAKER: $15 AND ROOM; MUST BE
sober. Maine House, 614 Kearny st.
14* A NTED - SHOEMAKER ON REPAIRS.
• > 625 Lnjjnna St.
ANTED— FIRST-CLASS GRINDER. OLE
• » OLESON, 537 Seventeenth St., Oakland.
\ TTENTION-10C AXD 15c PER NIGHT,
u'\ good and clean rooms. Railroad House, 633
Commercial st. .■ ■> ■
D" 5 WANT COMFORT, DURABILITY,
style? Try those $5 custom, hand-sewed shoes
at 1334 Market st. ;
1 (\(\ MEN TO TARE LODGING AT TIIENEW
JLUI/ place, 717 Howard st., near Third; best in
town; 15c to 50c per night. 3
pORNER DINING-ROOM TO LET OR SUIT-
• VJ able for any store business. 518 Geary st.
EAT MARKET IN NICE RESIDENCE % LO-
caHtytoIet; rent $15. SPECK,-602 Market,
"YOUNG MAN FOR GROCERY: REFER-
-1 ences. Address W., box 14, this office,
WANTED— 2 FIRST-CLASS CABINET-MAK-
»T ers. D.M. VAN WERT, 631 Sixth st. '
HOEMAKER ON REPAIRING. 202 SECOND
O street.
ANTED— A MARKER. LICK LAUNDRY,
M 9 Lick place.
EROETIC CANVASSERS WANTED PAYS
$3 50 per day. Call at 328 Seventh st.
BA R I •: -s HOP FOR SALE: GOOD F URNI-
-ture; 2 years' lease. 921 Market st.
HOES SOLED 15 MINUTES; WHILE.YOU
wait; half usual price. 959 Howard, 409 Vi Pine.
ARBERS, FOR EMPLOYMENT CALL SEC.
Barbers' Ass., 12 Seventh. H. SCHEUNERT.
REE BEER: BEST IX CITY; 2 SCHOONERS
' for 5 cents at 228 Paci.lic st.
\.| UZART, 319 ELLIS, NEAR TAYLOR— IOO
'♦I large rms; 25c night, $1 50 week; very cheap.
OX-CENT DINNERS FOR 10 CENTS TO-DAY
it) at -II Fourth St.: no humbug.
OU CAN GET A WHOLE PIE AND CUP OF
JL coffee for 5c at the new restaurant, 635 Clay st,
WHAT CHEER HOUSE, 529 SACRAMENTO
• • st.; 100 outside rooms: best spring beds: single
rooms 20c a day: $1 a week: meals. 10c.
00 I ELLIS, ROSEDALE— ROOMS asc TO 50c
O^JX a night; $1 to $3 a week; open a!l night.
WANTED— HEX TO GET BOTTLE SHARP
• • steam beer, sc: bottlo wine, 6c. 609 Clay st.
EN'S SHOES i^-SOLED, 40c: HEELS, 25c;
done in 15 minutes. 635 Kearny St., basement.
XAA PAIRS MEN'S GOOD SHOES, 25c TO $1.
O\J\J 662 Mission st. also 631 Sacramento st.
pUTTERS AND TAILORS TO ATTEND THE
V*' S. F. Cutting School, 12 Montgomery, rms 8-10. i
Q HOBS HALF-SOLED IX 10 MIXUTES:
C_> done while you wait; at less than half the usual
price; all repairing done at half price; work guar-
anteed. 562 Mission st., bet. First st. and Second st.
W ANTED- LABORERS AND MECHANICS
» • to know that Ed Rolkin, Reno House proprie-
tor, still runs Denver House, 217 Third St.; 150
large rooms; 25c_per night; $1 to $3 per week.
WAKE THE DEAD — WENZEL'S ALARM
clock: no electricity. 607 Montgomery st. •
T INDELL HOUSE, 6TH AND HOWARD—
XJ single furnished rooms, 75c week, 15c night.
\\T ANTED— SINGLE ROOMS, 15c A DAY; $1
"1 week: rooms for two, 25c a day, $1 60 a weelc;
reading room- dally papers. 3« Clay st. *
"I MEN TO TAKE LODGING AT~lOc, 150
.1 I 'W and 20c a night, including coffee and roils.
624 Washington St.. near Kearny.
BEST IN CITY-SINGLE ROOMS. 15, 20 AND
25 cents per night; SI, $1 25, $1 60 per week.
Pacific House .Commercial and Leidesdorff sts.
TRY ACME HOUSE, 957 MARKET ST., BE-
low. Sixth, fora room: 25c night: $1 week.
AGENTS WANTED..
GENTS TO HANDLE i "i!" TAUSsiG^s'MAß-
velous story of the Durrani case before the
great trial ; It will pay you. j Call at restaurant, 623
Sacramento si. . , " ■
SOLICITORS: ENERGETIC LADIES OR
O gentlemen: for new plan of life, health and ac-
cident insurance: salary or commission Call be-
tween 11 and 1 only - International Indemnity
Company, 206 Sansorue st. ;
i GENTS WANTED-NEW. TYPEWRITING
desk: Call or address S, F. M.. 409 27th »t.
ANTED to-day-2~lTve CANVASSERS
to introduce horse and stock . book. ED-
WARDS 7 City Hall avenue.
HOUSES WANTED.
WANT F, D- F U R Nisill EtTh O^E^ITiFLAT.
6 or 7 rooms, in the Mission: tamllv of 4. no
small children. Address J. N. BEARD. Y. M C.A.
building. Mason and Ellis sts. -..■• -'■■'-' ■■■'"
WANTKD-MISCELLA.VEOUS.
\\j 7\ "nte^lj-slTcond-Ii a >Td"c AllEliATTiox
' » 6V3XBV2 or Bxlo. Apply 249 Pacific st., room
3. C. ÜBERTO. .: ■;. .-.,,; -... . -:
■ would" LIKE to MEET party desiring
• •■■to trade bicycle for plumbing improvements.
Address Plumber, box 75, Call Office. » *
ANTE D - FIRST CLASS NEW MODEL
»» wheel and outfit for a S. F. city or Oakland lot.
C. C, box 58, Call. - .■- • ■ ;;^;.'
p OdD~SIZED~SAFE -WITH INSIDE DOORS.
VX/ Apply to BENCH LEY. 630 Market.
•WANTED— 10 SECOND-HAND BICYCLES.
>» Apply 1829 Polk st. ; -/ ',-•■-. ■ ..■-: .
KLEIN, 109 SIXTH "ST.; PAYS GOOD PRICES
for_rlothing. hooks and jewelry: postal.
TYPKWBITEKS AND supplies.:
GOOD "TY^ I>E\V iTfT E RsTsaT£~AN D RENT.
HANSON & CO., Chronicle Bldg.. room 38. I
I PIANOS. VIOLINS, etc.
© r: m oVt¥ly inst allments^-ne^ w
<|ptJ Newby A Evans upright; price 175. 418
Ellis St., room 22. . .
COM M KB AGENCY REMOVED TO 40 O'FAR-
O rell st.; Stein way, $225: Weber, $220. G. O.
HEINE & CO., sole agents for Krakauer, Mathu-
shek & Son pianos. ;:-> : ;
BARGAINS IN NEW AND2D-M AND PIANOS;
Hazelton, Brown & Simpson, Mozart, etc. : hard-
tlmes prices: Installments. EATON, 735 Market s_
JJENTING PIANOS; LARGE AND VAHIED
-It assortment; tuned free. SHERMAN, CLaY
& CO.'s Piano-house, cor. Kearny and Sutter sts.
I? LEGANT UPRIGHT, GOOD AS NEW, AT
■* MAUVAIS', 769 Market st.
Q^n -GO ROSEWOOD PIANO FOR SALE
t[PU\J. on five installments. 221 Ijeave.nworth.
MICE UPRIGHT PIANO FOR PRACTICE;
xi price, $80: must be sold immediately. Room
12, 809 Market st. -
ißUt^lO UPRIGHT, GOOD AS NEW; LADY
yp^vKJ. breaking up home and offers at great
sacrifice for cash. Room 10, Flood building.
GEORGE F. WELLS, SOLE AGENT FOR THE
VX Mathushek pianos; Fold on very easy install-
ments; pianos rented. 1360 Market st.
A N EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY— PIANOS
_-_. sold upon a new rent-contract plan; please call
and huve it explained .he easiest terms ever
offered for procuring a fine piano: full-size new up-
rights trom $150 upward. SHERMAN, CLAY _
CO., corner Kearny and Sutter sts.
G1 RE AT BARGAINS IN SECOND-HAND Pl-
r anos at SHERMAN, CLAY _ CO.'S, cor. Kear-
ny and Sutter sis. .
ASY TERMS; LOW PRICES. KoHLKIt &
_ CHASE.
T/IEVV- ELEGANT UPRIGHTS, STANDARD
x 1 makes, almost new, half original cos:; see at
once. F. W. SPENCER _ CO., 721 Market st.
BYRON MAUZY, 308 POST ST.-SO~H_IEB,
Newby & Evans. Brlggs and other pianos.
TEJNWAY UPRIGHT; SLIGHTLY USED-
O grand tone: half-cost. SPENCER, 721 Market'
0 UPKRIOR VIOLINS, ZITHERS, OLD NEW
»_) H. MULLER. maker, repairer. 2 Latham silace.
\\rM. G. BADGER. WITH KOHL_R_TCUASE
V V 26, 28 and 30 O'Farrell st.
TECK, CHECKERING <t SONS., VOSE AND
Sterling pianos sold on $10 Installments. BENJ.
CURTAZ A SON, EQle agents, 16-20 O'Farrell st.
HOM E INDUSTRY— HEMME& LONG PIANO
xx 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 go to
KOHLER A- CHASE'S, 28 and 30 O'Farrell st.
ECKER BROS.. STEINWAY, FISCHER AND
XJ other first-class makes of pianos; little used;
cheap for cash or on easy terms. KOHLER _
CHASK. 28 and 3fl n'Farr.-II St.
. FOE bALi.— MISCELLANEOUS.
TCE-MACHINE FOR MANSIONS AKDCOUN-
-1 try houses; patented in America; produces in
10 minutes from 500 grammes to 8 kilos of ice,
also ices, sorbets, etc., by means of a harmless salt.
J. SCHALLER, 332 rue St. llonore, Paris. (Pros-
pectus free.) ' -• • -■-:?'
THRESH DURHAM COW; ONLY $40. 644
-T Taylor aye., Ahum-da, Webster Station.
IjiOß SALS— B MI LCH COWS. AT 550 PENN-
. sylvania aye., Potrero. -."„■-"-/
17 OR SALE-PNEUMATIC SAFETY; -'PHCE-
X nix"; $35; bargain. 921% Capp st.
OR SALE— A small IMPROVED lot IN
Laurel Hill Cemetery. Apply at 1400 Van Ness
aye., cor. of Bush st.
RISK SETTER PUPS, 5 MONTHS OLD, Al
x stock, for sale cheap. Address A. N. BAYLE V,
Seventeenth and Castro sts.. Oakland, Cal.
F" ~O~R SALE-LIGHT DELIVERY WAGON,
young horse and harness. Apply 1531 Mission.
ULL TERRIER BITCH FOR SALE. 613
East st.
17MVE PNEUMATIC SAFETIES FOR $100;
x 1 $25 singly. 326 McAllister st. wr.^:
FOR SALE— I-HORSE ELECTRIC DYNAMO,
new; guaranteed. Apply Call agent, 624 X
street, Sacramento, Cal.
I LCH COW FOR SALE IN GOOD CON-
ditlon. T. HURLEY, 230 Douglass st.
/CHEAPEST PLACE TO BUY GAS FIXTURES.
\J H. HUFSCHMIDT, 623 Golden Gate aye.
A LL-GOLD watches SOLD FOR WEIGHT
-£\_ of cases; no charge for works: diamonds, ear-
rings, rings, studs, pins and ladies' sealskins for
half original cost: goods sent C. O. D. UNCLE
HARRIS, 15 GRANT AVENUE, near Geary st.
\\riLSHIRE SAFE, LETTER-PRESS. SCALE,
V ? coffee-mill and money-till; cheap. 102 Clay st.
1 LOT OF EASTERN STANDARD JUKE?
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. •_■>,;-:■:.
ATEW RANGES CHEAPER THAN SECOND-
±\ hand. W. S. RAY Mfg Co.. 12 California st.
C" OUNTE ft Si SHELVING, SHOWCASES
bought and sold 11211/. Market bet. and am
MONEY TO LOAN; — -t- -
T OANS ON REAL ESTATE, IST AND 2ND
-Li mortgages, furniture or pianos without re-
moval lowest rates. BECKER, 240 Montgomery.
ONEY LOANED ON JEWELRY AND
other valuables at the Security Loan Office,
1 108 Market st., nr. Mason: private entrance 7 Turk.
5T FURNITURE AND PIANOS, WITHOUT
removal. Bm 68, Donohoe bldg, 1170 Market.
ONEY TO LOAN: NO COMMISSION; COME I
to the loaner direct for money on your pianos
and furniture. 418 Ellis, room 22.
NY AMOUNT OF MONEY TO LOAN ON
watches, diamonds, sealskins, pianos, pictures,
bronzes, clocks, real estate and all kinds of securi-
ties. Columbia Loan and Collateral Office, 9 Grant
nve., 3 doors from Market st %
TRICTLY PRIVATE LOAN OFFICES. 850
STBICTL". PRIVATE LOAN OFFICES. 850
Market St., cor. Stockton, rooms 17 and 18, first
floor: established 30 years; always open. "Uncle
Bill."
S. LOAN OFFICE; 777 MARKET ST., Nit.
• Fourth; money on everything; private rooms,
ladies. ; •
8~~ ORROW MONEY ON YOUR DIAMONDS,
XJ jewelry, furniture and pianos without removal:
lowest rates. Call or write to HARRY ANKEL &
CO., Mills bldg, sth floor, r 6; strictly confidential.
~T F.JOHNS _ CO.. FINANCIAL AGENTS,
A. 632 Market St., room 9: money to loan in
amounts to suit on San Francisco and Oakland real
estate; country loans negotiated; bonds bought ami
sold ; insurance on man'f g plant placed at low rates.
ONEY AT 6%; IST AND 2D MORTGAGES,
. estates, pianos. MURPHY, 628 Market st.
1 ST AND 2ND MORTGAGES, LIFE INSUR-
X ance policies, bank books. GOULD, 633 Maricet.
N ANY SECURITY. AT LOW RATES; DEAL-
Ing confidential. 43 Crocker building. •
Mr NIC-PAL LOAN OFFICE, CROCKER
building, room 67; telephone Main 6122.
ANY SUM Of MONEY ADVANCED ON
J\. your furniture, pianos or real estate; low rates;
call and state your proposition or write: open
evenings. J. SOON AH, 1021 Mission st.
A WEEK'S NEWS FOR 6 CENTS — THE
WEEKLY CALL. in wrapper, for mailing.
CLAIRVOYANTS. .
ri A REREAD I M^r2ScTTADIES ONL y7"ToS
\J Stockton st., room 6. ■
MRS. ANTHONY, MEDIUM AND LlFE-
reader; ladles, 25; gents, 50. 164 Tehama.
MRS. FIX, TEST MEDIUM. 438y BR ANNAN
St.: feesl. ■ ■■ , ' ■
MME. MOREAU— GREAT AND ONLY ME-
dium:glve her a call :fee 25c up. 131 Fourth st.
LL HAIL; PROFESSOR EUGENE; .HE
tells nothing but the truth; his parlors are al-
ways crowded and all are pleased ; read his Sunday
advertisement. Remember the address, 1206
Market St.. rooms 102, 103 and 104.
RESENT, PAST AND FUTURE, 2Sc. MME.
LEGETTE, 311 Tehama St.; upstairs. /
EON, PALMIST, CLAIRVOYANT. LlFE-
reader, 533 Post: h'rs 9to 8 dally ; and Sunday.
A UGUSTA LEOLA, FORTUNE TELLER:
xi. ina-ic 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 SI and upward. 2326 Mission, nr. Twentieth.
~~ SPIRITUALISM.
rPEST 'CIRCLE TO-NIGHtTmME. YOUNO. 605
1 McAllister St.; articles read.
RS. D. M. COLBY. 122y a OAK BT.J CIRCLE
to-night; sittings daily. .
ME. SYLVIA. CARD READER, 824 FOL-
som St., S. F.— Ladies. 25c. gents. 50c
R. SCHLESSINGEP. will BE at home
for one week only. ■ 634 Page gt.
•ASfJCQLOGY.
ASTRAL SEER-PROF. HOLME 3, 523 GEARY
-~_ St.. horoscopes, questions stocks, advice.
ATTOKSEYS-AT-LAW. .
ADVJCE^TR^FrrbTv^R^E^t^TirnPR^BATE
XV laws a specialty, suits, superior. Justice and
Police Count; terms reasonable; collections, etc
G.W.HOWE, att'y-at-law, 850 Market cor.stocktoo
MONEY ADVANCEDTO LITIGANTS. COURT
costs and charges paid Id matters of probate,
contracts, damages, accidents, notes, first-class
collections and general law business. Address J F.
NAUGHTON, 64 Nevada block, S. F.
JO I i R. AIT KEN. ATTORNEY AT-LAW.
O 16 and 17. 402 Montgomery St.. cor. California.
JA. MITCHELL. ATT'Y-AT-LAW, REMOVED
. to Spreckels bldg., 929 Market St.: advice free.
W~ M. H. CHAPMAN, ATTORNEY-AT-LA W.
Mills building, sixth floor, room s,' San Fran-
cisco, Cal. Telephone 1544. :. >- '
W~W . DAVIDSON. ATTORNEY-AT-LA W . 420
. California gt.. rms. 14-15: advice free.
. PHYSICIANS.
T> lIEUM A ' ISmT^N^ulr ALGI A, GO U T-S PE^
1 XV cial attention to these diseases. J. A. McDON-
ALD. M.D., 1236 Market St., 2t04,7t0 8 P. m. .
A HOME, A FRIEND AND MOTHER'S CARE.
MRS. DR. FUNKE, 1416 Eighth St., Alam.da.
PERSONALS.
ISXwLELoir^ r 4Or"sTRANGER, WOULD
X> like pleasant lady acquaintance of good char-
acter and fair education. G. Z., box 73, Call Office.
O WHOM IT MAY CONCERN— I HEREBY,
give notice that I will not be responsible for any
debts contracted by my wife. KATE DONOVAN,
after this date, July 9, 1893. (Signed) JOHN
DONOVAN. - • .
D' B. C. E. FARNUM HAS MOVED TO THE
Nucleus building, cor. Third and Market sts.
ELECTRIC AND MEDICATED BATHS. 121
■Ci Montgomery st., room 6. ■
CIORNEB LOT, 114x137, ON DIAMOND ST.
XJ and improvements: prices9ooo. PUILBRICK
& METCALF, 2548 Folsom St. .
"IMMINENT SPECIALIST, LADY. WISHES
J_l gentleman partner, physician; references ex-
changed. D.. box 113, Call Office. ■ ,
V DVICE FREE; DIVORCE AND PROBATE
laws a specialty; suits. Superior, Justice and
Police Courts; terms reasonable; collections, etc. G.
W. HOWE, att'y-at-law, 850 Market, cor. Stockton.
lADIES' LA VENA REMEDY THE ONLY
■l safe; guarantee preventive; absolute privacy.
Call or address LA VENA CO.. 22 Kearny St., 8.
P., Ist floor; hours 1 to 5, 7 to 9. _______
HAS. 1.. SHEAHAN, 2241^ FIFTH— PA INT-
ing, paper-hanging and whitening at low Bates
rj- CENTS PER DOZEN FOR CABINETS;
i • > full length. GODEUS' ART STUDIO. 10 Sixth.
ONK MORE CUT—
Oak Roll Top Desks $14 to $35
Oak Chiffoniers.../ From $10 up
Oak Bed Sets $17 50 up
Oilcloths aDd Linoleums 30c up
Stoves and Ranges S3 up
Thousands of bargains. We keep everything. ,
Cash or time payments. J. NOONAN,
1017-1019-1021-1023 Mission St.. above Sixth.
HAIRDRESSING. 25c. ANY STYLE: EsTA ß-
lishedin 1869: Pioneer Hair Store. BERTHA
SPITZ, 111 Stockton st.: strictly one price only.
Miss ANDERSON. 1 FIFTH STREET, BOOM
I— Massage and Turkish cabinet hatb.3.
LL COURTS: PRIVATE LAW MATTERS.
LAWYER McCABE. 1027 Market; advice free.
"I nflfk BUSINESS CARDS, 1.00 1 8 1 : x ! :•■ i: l . B,
IUUU city or country. HILL, 724^_ Market aU
pABINET, ELECTRIC. STEAM BATHS. 60c;
XJ chronic and acute diseases treated, $5 a month
op; solar bath $1; oxygen used, at DR. HARRI-
MAN'S Sanitarium, cor.Twelfth and Mission, 1534.
FIX!) SUITS, $15: DRESS PANTS, $■_ 75.
Misfit Clothing Parlors, 513 Montgomery st.
ICYCLE SUITS, LADIES' OR GENTS', TO
order; low prices. HUTT, Tailor, 212 Mason
street.
Cl« 1 O SUITS TO ORDER: SAMPLE BY MAIL.
i.l^ NEUHAUS. Merchant Tailor, 115 Kearny,
DRESSES OUT AND FITTED, $3; DRESSES
popular prices; engagements by day. 11 Geary.
IGHEST PRICE PAID FOR CAST-OFF
clothing.books. novels. RAPHAEL, 247 4th st.
WHITEWASHING MACHINE AND BRUSH
'T work; 34c yard; contracts taken. WAIN-
WRIGHT, -Market: machines sold or hired.
S"^NGiLE~"BbTTLE OF SMITH'S " D ANDRUW,
0 Pomade is guaranteed to cure any case of dan- <J
druff or falling hair or money refunded: never
known to fail; try it. By all druggists price $1, or
SMITH BROS., Fresno, Cal.
QECOND-HANDAS r WELL AS NEW BARS,
0 showcases, counters, she! vines, mirrors, desks,
safes, chairs, scales, etc., and a very large stock of
them, too; be sure and see stock and get prices be-
fore soil]* elsewhere. J. NOONAN, 1017-1019-
-1021-1023 Mission St.. above Sixth.
/"ILOAKS, CAPKS AND SUITS RETAILED AT
\J mfrs' cost. Factory, 20 Sansome St.. upstairs.
~\T INETOSCOPES FOR SALE; PHONOGRAPH
j XV outfits bought for cash. Baclgalupi. 946 Mkt.
LD BUILDINGS BOUGHT AND SOLD,
store-fixtures, doors, windows, lumber, pip*
etc.; cheap. Yard 1166 Mission St., nr. Eighth.
AS FIXTURES AND PLUMBING. 623
' Golden Gate aye. H. HUFSCHMIDT.
LD GOLD, SILVER. GENTS' AND LADIES'
clothing bought. COLMAN, 41 Third St.
WINDOW SHADES MANUFACTURED TO
tV order by WILLIAM McPHUN. 1195 Market.
LOST.
■pOS"?— FROM "G^LTSSr^ATE'XvETrNEXR
XJ Steiner st., a brindle bull terrier pup, 6 months
old: answers name of Flip. $5 will be paid lor 11:3
return to 125 Clay st.
LOST— A PASSBOOK WITH THE HIBERNIA
Savings and Loan Society of San Francisco, in
the name of JOSEPH M. RYE JR., No. 144,660.
The finder will please return to bank.
T GREAT DANE: ONE EAR DOWN: OLD
Jita_. 1999. Return to CADENASSO & CO.,
612 Montgomery: liberal reward.
T OST— A PASSBOOK WITH THE HIBERNIA
XJ Savings and Loan Society of San Francisco, In
the name of MRS. LIZZIE "HEALEY: No. 131,-
-803. Th*» tinder will please return to bane
FOUND.
FOUND — LADY'.-iTl'l M contXining
: rosary beads, etc. Owner may have same at
Call Office, 710 Market si., by describing the parse.
MK_ICA_
lADIES — C R~'SnEN73I^s7f~PEN^
_ nyroyal Pills (Diamond Brand) lire the best:
safe, reliable; take no other; send 4c, stamps, for
p>ir:igular»', "Relief for Ladies." ,1. letter by return
mail; at druggists. Chichester Chemical Company ,
Philadelphia, Pa.
AN EW P ROC ESS— NO MEDICINE, IN ST
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;
tf you want to be treated safe and sure coll on men's
physician ;knowledge can be BAnt&nseriat home;_ll
cases guaranteed. DR. POPPER, 318 Kearuy st,
SURE AND SAFE CURE FOR ALL I K-
male diseases: ladies may have the benefit of
{ the skill and attention of a physician of long and
successful practice: a homo in confinement with
best possible care, with the privacy of a home an 1
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. •
mil E LIGHTNING "RHEUMATISM CURE
x for chronic or inflammatory rheumatism; best
remedy on earth: price $3. MARTIN Remedy
Company, 2231 Mission St., S. F.
APHRO TABLETS— THE GREAT
XJ modern remedy for the cure of neurasthenia,
Impctency, and all disorders of the sexual organs;
$1 a box : 6 boxes $5 : send for circular. WIDBER'S
Drug store, 14 Ellis St.. sole agent.
Mils. AD. ZILLMER, LADIES' PHYSICIAN
takes confinements in her house. 1061 Mission.
ALL FEMALE IRREGULARITIES RE-
stored In one day: no instruments: French
remedies guaranteed at any time: consult free.
MRS. DR. WYETH, 916 Post St., near Larkin.
ADI ES— BEFORE SEEING A DOCTOR
J consult MRS. EMARY, 1118 Market st., r. 6.
A LPEAU'S~FRENCH PILLS, A BOON TO
J\- ladies troubled with irregularities: no ■ danger;
safe and sure: $2 50 express C. O. D.; don't delay
until too late. OSGOOD BROS.. Oakland. Cal.
DU-PRAE'S FEMALE REGULATING PILLS;
sale and efficient emmenasostue; $1 per box.
RICHARDS „ CO., druggists, 406 Clay, sole a_t_,
ALL LADIES CONSULT FREE MBS. 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 falls; home In confinement.
DH. RICORD'S PILLS; E X IV. ESS 8_ 50: SAFE,
sure, reliable: BicorU's specialties, females.
Maison et Cie, Agts. ROOT'S, Sixth and Howard.
ALL LADIKS IX TROUBLE CONSULT THE
-t\- 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. SCOTT, 110 1/3 Turk st. _
MRS. DX. WEGENER, PRIVATE HOME
for all female diseases; separate homes for la-
dif-s 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 s
practice: travelers attended; no delay: all business I
strictly confidential; babies adopted. 419 F.ddy st. <*
DR. AND MRS. DR. SCHMIDT. FORMERLY
of 1211 Mission, now 1508 Market st.:montb-
v irregularities cured In a few hours; guaranteed;
bo instruments used: sure preventive.
DR."A." lIKHWEG, OFFICE 139 POSTST.: Dis-
eases of women and consultation In nancy.
ItTHALL, 14 MCALLISTER, SKi D FLOOR,
next Hibernla Bank: diseases ot women.
PRIVATE HOME IN CONFINEMENT: GER-
man midwife. MRS. POWELL, 1310 Mission.
AT ICE PRIVATE HOME IN CONFINEMENT
1\ at the most reasonable price in the city. MRS.
M. PFEIFFER, midwife, 2014 Folsom st.
IRREGULAITOR AN Y~FEMALE DISEASE
J. see Mrs. Dr. Puetz and be content. 254% 4ih.
CHEAPEST AND BEST IN AMERICA— THE
XJ WEEKLY CALL, sent to any address in the
United States or Canada one year for $1 50, post-
ate free.
___ DENTISTS. — — —
DR. REA 300 TURI?^XLTr*D^NTAirWoiu:
at lowest prices and warranted ; open evenings.
ALL WORK REASONABLE AND WAR-
A ranted. , DR. J. W. KEY, 1122 Market st. - -
DR.J. J LEEK, 1206 MARKET, COR. GOLDEN
*J Gate aye.— Open evenings: Sundays till noon.
DR. GEORGE W. LEEK, "THE GENUINE
Leek dentist, discoverer of painless extractiou
and patentee of improved bridge work or teeth,
without any plate, moved from 0 '^0 20 O'Farrell st.
T CHALFANTSS. B MASON. COII. MARKET
sets of teeth are made to please or no charge-
on bridges, crowns and gold plates . prices reduced' '
■mail »;old fillings only $2: palnlegs extraction.
pROOME DENTAL ASSOCIATION, 759 M A R-
\J ket. bet. 3d and 4tn. gas specialists: only reli-
able agent for painiess extraction: artificial teeth,
frmsa-. fillings fromsl ; extracting 50c, with gas sl.
"<R7 A SET FOR TEETH; WARRANTED
fP 1 good as be made; filling *1. UK. SIMM*
dentist, 930 Market St.. next Baldwin Theater. '
DX 11. G. YOUNG. BHIDGKS AND TEETH
wntiout plates a specialty. 1841 Polk st.
DR. LUDLUM HILL, "1443 MARKET ST.,"
near Eleventh; no charge for extracting whea
plates are made; old plates made over like new ■
teeth from $8 per set; extracting 60c; gas given. '
CO LTO X DKNT A I. ASSOCIATION. 806 MAi£
\J ketsu I DR. CHARLES W. DECKEIV

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