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AMONG COAST RANCHES.
Raisin-Growers of Fresno Or
ganize for Protec
tion.
/
BRAN AND ARSENIC REMEDY.
Its Speedy Application to the Grass
hopper Pest In the San Joaquln
Advised.
The Porterville Horticultural Society
has resolved to hold another citrus fair
some time next January. Although called
a citrus fair, premiums will be t:iven for
deciduous fruits, dried and preserved, as
well as vegetables, etc.
Reports from the Palouse wheat belt, in
the State of Washington, are to the effect
that timely summer rains have insured a
bountiful harvest, and that the crop will
be the heaviest since 1890, which was a
bonanza year in that region.
The great wheat-producing country
known as the Walla Walla Valley. Wash.,
has yielded only half a crop this season.
One'reason for this is that farmers did not
sow fall wheat last year to the usual ex
tent on account of money stringency and
low prices.
James Barnes of San Marcos, who has
about one-eighth of an acre in blackberries,
last week sold over $40 worth of berries
and has only begun to pick the crop, says
tjie Escondido Times. Last year he mar
keted over f 120 worth of berries from the
same patch. Who says there is not money
in small fruits if rightly handled?
The Vancouver (Wash.) Columbian de
clares that the strawberry shipments of
that State have met with creat success in
returns from the East. It states that all
kinds of berries are sent from Washing
ton, but Clark's seedling seems to have
given the best satisfaction to shippers, al
though the Wilson stood well.
Despite the fact that Western crops in
general are not of the record-breaking kind
in point of abundant yield, it is gratifying
to consider that the markets promise good
returns for nearly all agricultural and hor
ticultural products. It is estimated that
the wheat crop of this country is 100,000,000
bushels short, and foreign wheat is shorter
than for a number of years.
The Horticultural Commission of River
side County has fumigated all trees found
infested with red scale. The commission
Ft ill has faith in the ability of the rhizo
bius, and 25,000 of these beetles were dis
tributed last month. Spraying for black
scale in the younger orchards, with either
kerosene emulsion or the resin wash, is
recommended. They will kill all blacic
scale.
The Wisconsin agricultural experiment
station, after years of experiment and in
vestigation, has established that corn
yields three to four more bushels to the
acre when the field is kept level than when
the roots of the corn are kept deep in hills.
The theory is that corn is naturally a trop
ical plant "and grows best where there is
much sun and warmth. The experiments
were made in the same field, a few rows
being covered deep, the others kept almost
level.
Here is a brief sermon on diversified
farming and it comes from Kansas: If
we had paid more attention to the cows,
the pigs and chickens, and farmed on a
smaller scale, says a writer in the Kansas
Farmer, no one would have had to leave
this country. If we had done more chores
and not run ourselves in debt trying to
farm the whole country, ?o many would
not feel to-day that life is not worth livintr
in Western Kansas. Farming is well
enough in the right year, but don't neglect
the cows, the pigs and the chickens and
you are sure of a good living and the pleas
ure of enjoying life.
We are told, say 3 a writer, that a pig at 1
Its birth should weigh about thre* pounds 1
and increase in weight month after month 1
as follows: 15. 30,48,73,103,135,170,210.
225, and in the tenth month should weigh
300 pounds. We are also told that the cost
of a pound of pork is 50 per cent greater if
made the tenth month than on the fifth
month in food consumed. Moral: Young
pork pays best, which is as true and pithy
as anything ever uttered by the immortal
author ,-Ssop. Maturity in the pig varies,
the period being modified by climate, the
colder countries extending it and the
warmer countries shortening the came.
The raisin-growers of Fresno County
have organized and adopted the plan of
the Fruit-growers' Association in provid
ing that only one lirrn of brokers in each
city shall handle their r>rodcct. One reso
lution is to the effect that the raisin com
bination will "require each and all packers
handling raisins to place no raisins in the
hands of any other commission firm or
broker than the authorized one; to pack
all raisins under special brands, and that
all raisins be strictly graded; that
no grade shall be sold and the price equal
ized with any other grade, nor shall raisins
of one community be equalized with those
of any other community."
The bran and arsenic remedy for the
grasshopper pest should be speedily
availed of in the lower San Joaqnin Valley
if the situation is so serious as reports in
dicate. The Keediey Exponent says: The
plague of grasshoppers which appeared
about a week ago on the east side of
Fresno County, in the foothill section, has
spread over the entire district between
Auberry Valley and Pollasky. Many or
chards have been devastated by ihe irrass
hoppers, which in some places are so thick
us almost to darken the air in their flight.
More than 7000 trees have been covered
with barley sacks in one section in an
effort to save the leaves and fruit.
A writer in an exchange gives the fol
lowing method of dealing with a pulling
horse: For a puller, or one that has the
habit of bearing too hard on the bit, start
him slowly witti a loose rein, talk coax
ingly to him to keep him going slowly as
long as you can. When his pace cets too
fast pull him in gently, whether you have
gone a rod or a mile, but never hold with a
heavy hand while driving, for the harder
he is'held the more he will pull. If he is
restive and nervous at being hitched up
and in a hurry to go, back him out and
drive in two or three times, then tie and let
him stand an hour or two, then drive to
the iloor and tie, leaving awhile, then
drive back to the stable and take him out.
According to the Redding Democrat
there are in Shasta County hundreds of
acres of land now practically useless that
could with the application of water for
irritating purposes be converted into
highly productive farms, gardens and
orchards. Especially is this so in eastern
Shasta. There is a stretch of land lying
easi of the Sacramento — uphill land— that
could be converted into a* veritable "land
of sunshine, fruit and flowers" if only
Wftter could be obtained to irrigate it. The
building of an irrigation canal has been
suggested, and it is probable that before
many years have passed that land which is
now barren may smile with orchards and
gardens and grainfields.
The Woodlawn (Or.) Independent has
the following description of the crickets of
Eastern Oregon: About Friday of last
week the vanguard of an army of crickets
appeared on the banks of the river about
five miles east of Huntinglon. They came
from the west and were journeying east.
On reaching the river the leaders plunged
boldly in and the rank and file followed.
Millions floated down and were drowned,
and millions more reached the opposite
bank and proceeded on in an easterly
direction. Every rock and stick in the
stream below the point where the crickets
took to the water for hundreds of yards
was literally covered with the insects.
Where bridges cross they climb up the
posts, over the bridge and on. Every gar
den that happens in the way is left bare of
verdure. They follow the cornstalks and
eat them an inch or so below the surface.
While other portions of tne countr y are
fighting the Russian thistle and the cockle
burr, the farmers of Montana are devoting
much energy to the extermination of the
wild sunflower, mustard and the dande
lion. The sunflower and mustard appear
In and are a menace to grain fields, but the
dandelion appears in the meadow and is
therefore far more difficult to handle. A
Montana authority suggests that sheep be
pastured in the meadows, as it is claimed
that they will kill the weed without injur
ing the meadow and even eat the dande
lion out by the roots. After the hay har
vest the sheep may be turned Joose on the
weeds, and thus, not only do service in de
molishing the pest, but introduce a profit
able industry as well.
SAN FRANCISCO "CALL."
BrPINE?S OFFICE of the San Francisco Cali/
--710 Market street, open until lli o'clock every
night in the year.
BRANCH OFFICES— S3O Montgomery street,
corner Clay: open until 9:30 o'clock.
SS9H«yea street, open until. 9:3o o'clock.
73 7 Larkin street, open until 9:30 o'clock.
6W. corner Sixteenth and Mission streets, open
r.ntil P o'clock.
£518 Mission street, open nntll fl o'clock.
116 Ninth street, open until 9:30 o'clock.
NOTICE OF MEETINGS.
555= DORIC LODGE 2f6i 216,F AND iP~
\£<sS A.M., 121 Eddy St.— Called meeting_»*
THIS EVENING at 7:30 o'clock. Second ~%Ja?
degree. All Masons and sojourning brethren /x^ >
are invited. By order of the W. -M.
ADOLPH KRONBERG, Sec.
H!^s=» CALIFORNIA LODGE NO. 1, F. . . a
&<& and A.M.. will meet THIS (jnURS- M^.
DAY) EVENING, July 18, at 7:30 o'clock. 'JOC
Third degree. By order of the Master. /v > 1
FRANKLIN H. DAY, Secretary.
Rrrg 3 PEOPLE'S HOME SAVINGS BANK
Ifr-G' • depositors' meeting FRIDAY, 102 O'Farrell
street. T. S. WILLIAMS, Sec
gFpS 3 ANNUAL MEETING— THE REGULAR
Ct^-^ annual meeting of the stockholders of the
Hakalau Plantation Company will be held at the
office of the company, 327 Market street, San Fran-
cisco, California, on* THURSDAY, the Ist day of
August. 1895, at the hour of 11 o'clock a. m., for the
purpose of electing a board of directors to serve for
the ensuing year and the transaction of such other
business as may come before the meeting. Trans-
fer books will close on Monday. July G9, at 3
o'clock p. m. E. 11. SHELDON. Secretary.
. SPECIAL NOTICES.
; O~pIioT^STANT
sa^S? Orphan Asylum Society hereby gives notice
that they have admitted to the institution from
January 1, 1895, to July 1, 1895, the following or-
phan and half-orphan girls and boys: Elizabeth
Grange, 2 years: Rosie Stephens, 10 years: Sadie
Stephens. 7 years; Anne Stephens. 2 years: Eva
Heaphy, 6% years: Beatrice Heaphy,' 3V3 years;
Laura Gibbons, 2 V 2 years; Hazel &Imerson, 7%
years: Ssireta Dewey, 8 years: Emily Seymour, 8
years; Emma Matherson, 8% years: Sarah Wil-
liams, 11 years; Ella Williams. BVis years; Del-
cetnia Williams, 7 years: Edwin Leonard, BV2
years: William Grange, 4 years: Frederick Glpner,
11 years: Lomas Gipner, 8 years; Lloyd Stephens,
.'> years: Mcl vyn Gibbons, 8 years: Daniel Dewey,
4 x /2 years; Fernando Dewey, 2 Tears: William
i Bankin, 9 years: Alwyn Baker," 10 years: Harold
Baker, 9 years: George Hart, 3 years: Richard
Hart, 8% years: George Korb, 2 years: Willie
Lamm, 3 years; Emll Lamm, 2 years; Carl Salzer,
, 2 years. . „
S^~THE ORPHANS, HALF ORPHANS
iS^£r that were received into St. Francis Girls'
! Directory Orphan Asylum since January 1. 1895,
are as following:
Orphans — Mable Tobin, age 13 years: Jennie
Woods, age 7 months; Ellen McCarthy, age 3
months: Bessie Josenskl. age 1 year; Maggie
Nothering, age 1 year. Half orphans— lvv :»oj'er,
13 years 6 months; Susie Leahy, ace 13 years;
Lulu Kane, age 10 years; Annie Kane. age 9 years;
Emily Dan-den, age 5 yeais; Rena Matter, ace 8
years: Dante Matter, age 6 years: Bobby Matter,
age 3 yeurs; Emma Coniiell. ace 12 years; Nellie
Conneli, age 9 years: Rachel Young, age 6 years:
Lillie I.oftns.age 7 years; Isabelle Lltalavevne.age
8 years: Lillian Yeagen, age 10 years; Alice Cui-
len, age 13 years; Irene Loftus, age 9 years: Fred-
die Friky, a?e 6 years; Ernest Frlky, age 5 years;
Katie McNamara, age 10 years; Johnny Mc>*a-
raara, nt;e 4 years; Annie McNamara. age 6^years:
LUlle Burnes, age 9 years; Lucy Humes, age 8
years; Josephine Chambers, age 3 year 3; Virginia J
Harrison, age 12 years; Mary Blanched, age 7
years; Willie Fowler, age 1 year; Willie Towit,
age 2 year*; Josephine .Utteroc, ace 3 years:
Honey Keeie, age 4 years; Archie Kepfe, age 3
I years; Saddle Kelley, age 7 years. Abandoned
! children— Houpin, age 5 years; James Mal-
i ley. ace 5 years, and Ferdinand Mailey, age 3 years.
GS2?= MISS DAVIS, CHIROPODIST AND
SE^C manicure. Parlor 9. 122 Post st.
j^sp» THE MARIA KIP ORPHANAGE OF
i*^ 7 638 Folsom st», San Francisco, Cal., has I
received the following half orphan girls from April I
ltoJuly 1, 1895: Irene Wilkins, aged3years; |
Clara M. Morritsen, aged 3 years.
JKS= BAD TENANTS EJECTED FOR 94.
ix-jS" Collections made, city or country. Pacific
Collection Co., 415 Montgy St.. room 6, Tel. 5580.
isrgs* rooms wHlriixE^TfiTup: paper-
Vr~s? Ed S3 50 np. 309 Sixth. George Hartman.
j^S=« JOHN J. HULTHEN GIVES ELECTRIC,
Vb^iy magnetic, ruassaze treatment, alcohol, oil
and Roman baths. 1007 Market, rooms 2 ana 3.
2SS» CORNS REMOVED WITHOUT KNIFE; |
-*~&' no pain. Chiropodlc Tr.*tltute, 36% Geary.
DIVIDEND NOTICES.
i^rs= DIVIDE^D^s-bficE-DIVIDEXD NO.
i-*-* 7 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. K. IT. BHELDON, Secretary.
SITUATIONS WAMEO-I'LMALE.
■VfOTICE— MURRAY &REaIdY*HAVE GIRLS
Xi for all respectable positions, city and country,
at the large female offices, 634 and 636 Clay St.;
telephone main 5548. ■ •
F~~ IRST-CLASS NURSE, WITH THE BE.ST OF
reirrpnee, desires a situation. J. F. CROS-ETT
& CO., 312 st. - . ■
WAITING SITUATIONS— 2 COMPETENT
cooks and housework girls just, arrived from
Boston, with best of references. Telephone or ad-
dress MISS PLUNKETT, 424 Sutter st.
G~ ODD SERVANTS, CITY OR COUNTRY, AT
MME. LEOPOLD'S, 957 Market st.; open evga.
V ¥l BUS WOMAN WISHES WORK BY
\J day washing, cooking or housecleanlng. or take
flannels home. Call or address 611 Lott st., near
McAllister.
SITUATION WANTED BY A FIRST-CLASS,
O reliable middle-aged American woman to do
light housework; good home more of an object than
wares. Call 137 Third st.
POSITION WANTED BY A RESPECTABLE
X girl to do second work; is a competent waitress.
Apply 257 Clementina St.. off Fourth.
ITUATION WANTED BY YOUNG WOMAN
O to do downstairs work: understands German
and American cooking. Call at 658 Minna.
y OUNG WOMAN WISHES SITUATION as
X nuaegin for children. Call at 727 Eighteenth
St., bet. Church and Sanchez. .. :
\\rOMAN WANTS PLACE . AS WORKING
'» housekeeper; city or country. Call or address
•J7; 2 Fourth St., room 2.
/ ' II:L WISHES A SITUATION TO DO HOUSE-
VI work and cooking; with references. Please
call at 2033 Post st.
yOUNG LADY WISHES POSITION AS
X bookkeeper or cashier: references. 8., box 73,
Call Office. «
(COMPETENT WOMAN WISHES .WORK BY
\J the day: washing or housecieanlng: or would
go out by the month as ladles' nurse, or would do
general housework. Apply at 418 Post., nr. Powell.
■yOUNG LADY WANTS POSITION: CAN DO
X all kinds of sewing and mending; any light
work. Call 121 Montgomery St., room 10.
Q ITUATION WANTED-BY SWEDISH GIRL,
just from the East, to do li?ht second' work;
good seamstress. 1406 Eleventh st., Oakland.
yOUNG WOMAN DESIRKS SITUATION TO
-L take care of chlldien and assist upstairs work.
217 Minna st.
LADY WISHES ANY KIND OF SEWING OR
gentlemen's mending. 1148 Market st., rm. 5.
MIDDLE- AGE~D --.V u.MAN WANTS a SITUA-
tIon to do cooking and ' general hous«'wor^ in
I smail family: $12 month. 664Vs Howard, rm. 34.
oil DATIOM WANTED AS nurseuTkl AND
O assist 111 nice family for small wages and music:
a^e lb'. Address 2sl Ihird st., room 8. ,i ;. . ; ■
SITUATION WANTED BY A MIDDLE-AGED
O woman of ; experience as nurse for invalid,
children or housekeeper. Address 251 Third st..
room 8.- : ■ • .
I DOW, WITH SOME MEANS, WOULD
•11 like gentleman for partner. . Call ;at 1027
Market, Sixth and Seventh, second floor, room 1.
pKRMANGIKL WANTH A SITUATION AS
VX. cook. Call or address 402 Geary,' cor. Alason.
Gl ERMAN GIRL, GOOD " COOK, ; WISHES
\J place in private family. Call or address 304
Tehama st. - " ,
TRONG YOUNG WOMAN WANTS WORK
O by the day: ; washing, I cleaning, etc.; waxes SI
Apply F., 884 Mission sr. , r
ITUATION BY CANADIAN PROTESTANT
girl in private famliy; good' ccok and will do
some housework. Call 1231 Market st. . : . .
W; ANTED— .>ITUA'J'IOX 51' UIKL I'UK GEN-
T; eral housework. Call at 118 Twenty-third st.
w oman~\\'isjTks any kind"of WORK BY
_*» the day. 246 Fifteenth st., near Mission. .'
/ •(mil DRESSMAKER, FIT GUARANTEED,
\X cuts by tailor system, would like more engage-
ments ;91 60 per day. - Address 528^4 Valencia. , ,
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, THURSDAY, JULY IS, 1595.
SITUATIONS WANTKD-Continued. :
RESSMAKER — FIRST-CLASS: FITTER;
stylish draper and designer: thorough dress-
maker; by the day; Just moved. MISS WAR-
WICK, 34 Grove St.- ■ ~'a' :
WIDOW: FROM EAST, WITH 1 CHILD
m aged 5 years, wishes situation as housekeeper,
for widower or aged couple. 439 Minna st., bet.
Fifth end Sixth.
STYLISH PERFECT-FITTING . DRESS-
HiaKer wishes few more engagements : by the
day or would take work home ; , terms reasonable.
Call or addrefs 21 40b Market St., bet. Fourteenth
and Fifteenth, Castro-st. cars. ".■■ -'"'.•'•.i-T; ■ .-■
AMERICAN WOMAN WITH ONE
X child would like a position as housekeeper for
widow, or work in small family: ; Is willing to work
for a good home. Address 1 Polk st., room 4."
pOMPETENT GIRL, GOOD COOK, WISHES
\J situation; city or country. Please call at 965
Howard st.
pOMPETENT COOK: NO OBJECTIONS TO
\J general housework in American family. 1509
Geary st.
VvRESSMAKER-GOOD CUTTER AND FIT-
X/ ter; go out oy the day ; very reasonable. 108
Eighth st. . ,■: ■ - » ■■■ ■•:•*;■'-':'■;
pOMPETENT GIRL WISHES SITUATION TO
\J do general housework. Call or address 542 V 2
Seventeenth st., near Guerrero.
WANTED— HOME FOR ORPHAN GIRL TO
»» work for board and go to school. Apply 2251
Market. - , • ■ . ,■ -. :} . ■
ADY WISHES POSITION IN ANOFFICETO
address envelopes, etc. Address 112 Taylor
St., room 20. - ■
I" > 7 -CLASS GERMAN SEAMSTRESS DE-
X 1 sires situation in an American family: wages
$25 a month. Address G. S., box 73, this office.
T ADY LATELY FROM -THE. EAST WOULD
SJ like place as sick or Invalid nurse: or make
herself generally useful. Address 640 a Nutoma st.
p ERMAN GIRL WISHES TO DO GENERAL
\X housework or second work. Call . 1412 Powell
St., in the morning. " ■'-.**
p IRL WANTS TO GO OUT BY THE DAY TO
VT do mending and plain sewing; $1 25 a day.
Address 13 Anthony St.. near Second, off Mission.
y OUNG GERMAN WOMAN WANTS HOUSE-
X work and washing by the day. - Call or address
549 Howard st. * . ' .
ENDING DONE NEATLY. APPLY 25
Taylor St., room 5.
\\rOMAN WANTS WORK BY THE DAY,
'T washing, Ironing and housecleanlng. Call or
address lower flat, 829 Hayes st.
"yOUNG WIDOW WISHES POSITION AS
X housekeeper or ■ typewriter. Call at 11 Kearny
St., room 27, first floor.
M~ IDDLE-AGED woman WANTS a SITUA-
tIon to do light housework or attend to chil-
dren: city or country. 326 Eighth aye., near Point
Lobos, Richmond. ■
pOMPETENT WOMAN, WIDOW OF 38, WITH
\J ten years' experience, wants a situation .is land-
lady in a lodging-house: best of references. Apply
to MRS. ADDIE PAGE, 393 Sixth st.
pOMPETENT WOMAN WANTS HOUSE-
\J work and cooking; good laundress; Berkeley,
Alameda or city. Call or address MRS. L-, 439
Seventeenth st.
p IRL WANTS SITUATION TO DO UPSTAIRS
VJT work and sewing. Call or address 10 St. Rose
aye., off Masonic aye. t
WANTED— BY A GIRL 12 YEARS OLD, A
» ' place to work for board and clothes and go to
school. Call 934 Folsom st., rear bouse.
A" OUNG WOMAN WISHES A PLACE AS
X wet-nurse. 1416 Sacramento st. :
yOUNG LADY WANTS POSITION; CAN DO
-1- all Kinds of sewing and mending; any light
work; sleep home. Call 706 Ellis, room 3, second
floor; ring one bell.
"pEfiJNKD YOUNG WIDOW FROM THE
It East would like any kind of sewing or gentle-
men's mending; satisfaction guaranteed. Call Ito
8 p. m. room 2, first flat 119 Ninth st.
yOUNG LADY DESIRES SITUATION AS
X housekeeper. Inquire 44 Sixth st., room 34,
second floor. ■
VjIDDLE-AGEDGERMAN-AMEKICANLADY
I>X wants situation as housekeeper with refined
people. Call oflice 7, 105 Stockton st.
yOUNG WIDOW WISHES SITUATION AS
X housekeeper. 27 Taylor st., room 2.
I?OIt DRESSMAKERS— BY THE DAY IN
x shops or families; $1 50 per day. Call at Mo-
DOWELL Drc?Bmaking Acailemy, 21 3 i'owcll st.
lAJ iO.N» W AMKD-MALK.
T\TA^TIiiF^~M7DiDU^
'1 references desires place about gentleman's
place: horses, cow, garden; handy with tools;
moderate wages and good home rather than high
wages. Address WILLING, 224 Seventh st.
ELT>E~RLY MAN DESIRES A SITUATION IN
XJ private family; Is good all-round man: sober
and reliable; wages no object. Address W.'IC,
box 113, this office.
AN AND WIFE (DANES) WITH 2 CHlL-
dren wish a situation on a ranch: man good
raucbhand, ; wife good cook. Address S. R., box
71, this office. .;.-.-■--;
NGINEKR WANTS POSITION; EITHER
stationary or locomotive. Call or address 39
Dorland, off Guerrero, bet. Seventeenth ' and Eigh-
teenth sts.
PRACTICAL HOUSE - PAINTER WITH
X tools wants work by the day or take contract;
will work cheap. W. C, 3021 Pine st. .. :
! HEEI,WRiOHT A N l l ALL-ROUI\D WOOD-
»» worker wants steady job: experienced at gen-
eral repairing. ■ Address H., box 67, Call.
ARBER— YOUNG MAN, GOOD BARBER,
wishes steady job, city or country. Address J.
H., 1528 Park St., Alameda. .
MIDDLE-AGED GERMAN. WHO UNDER-
stand.i the care of horses: can milk; plain gar-
dening, and handy with tools; references. G., box
75, Call Office.
V BARBER: YOUNG MAN. J. H., 1528
Part st., Alameda. '
ITUATION BY STEADY YOUNG MAN (21); :
used to handling horses; can milk and do gen- <
eral housework ; wages $16. C. 8., box 77, Call.
yOUNG MAN, MACHINE DRILLER, UN-
X derstands repairing, wishes work; will go to
Mexico or South America: speaks Spanish fluently;
references. Address H. ¥„ box 101, Call Oflice.
y OUNG MAN HAS FEW HOURS EVENINGS
X to work anything. Address MONTEETH, box
15, Call Oflice. . ■
"yOUNG MAN (GERMAN) WISHES A PLACE
L to make himself generally useful. Address 60%
Third st., room 1. city.
PELIABLE ENGLISHMAN, 30 years
IX of age, speaks French, German and Spanish,
wants ft situation ns porter: or willing to make
himself useful. Call or address 70t>V2 Pine st.
POSITION WANTED WHERE A SMART, IN-
X dustrious, trustworthy, strictly sober man is
needed. Apply to ARTHUR ROCHAT, 527 Post
St., basement. v :
B" V COACHMAN,. SWEDE, FOR COUNTRY
understands care of horses, good gardner, handy
with tools. Address OLOF SANFORD, New At-
lantlc Hotel, 207 Montgomery aye.
rpHOROUGHLY COMPETENT SALESMAN,
X German, with 12 years' experience, wishes posi-
tion in a dry goods or general merchant store in
city or country. E. H., box 76, Call Office.
ITUATION WANTED BY RESPECTABLE
white man; dishwasher or workaround house.
P. C, 403 Broadway.
\\rANT ED-OFFICE WORK OF ANY KIND
'». by a young man of S'yras experience. Ad-
dress WILLIAM DOXEY, 6Ua Stanyau st.
AN AND WIFE ; NEW ENGLAND PEOPLE ;
man understands care of horses, cattle and
grounds: good driver; wife competent cook and
housekeeper: good general worker; 3 years" Cali-
fornia reference; city or country. Address M. W.,
box 67, this office. , ;
ITUATION WANTED BY AN ELDERLY
O man: fair cook, good kitchen-hand ; • can use
all mechanics' tools: also plnin " carpenter or gar-
dener. A. .1., box 73, Call Office.
Position OF TR U ST I "WHOLESALE OR
X retail - business, factory, > tc, by • energetic and
responsible ni'.in with yea.r3 of experience in these
lines. Address B. J. A., box fc9, Call Oflice. •
UIIiST-CLASS CIVIL ENGINEER (ELECTRI-
1. cal) wishes a position: good references. Ad-
drc.l3 HENRI BARTHELEMY. 218 Eddy st.
Q ITUATION WANTED BY A GOOD BLACK-
O smith; tooldressln^ preferred.' Address L.H.,"
care OaUville Wlno Depot, Army and Folsom sts.
MAN OF STEADY HABITS ANDTHOROUGH
business experience wants place in wholesale
•grocery, shipping or commission, or any clerical
work; city references. M. S., box 118, Call Office.
SITUATION WANTED BY GARDENER
take care of : horses and milking: references.
Address Gardener, box 58, this office. ' ; :
y OUNG MAN WANTS WORK AT HOUSE-
X painting, whitening, paper hanging; can furnish
tools: will work reasonable by the day. HARRY,
box 65, Call Office. v '
POSITION AS CLERK IN ANY: KIND OF
XT business wanted by an industrious man; speaks
German: can ; give . good references."- Address L.,
box 61, Call Office. , - , -....■: . .. ■ ,
OCANDINAVIAN, INDUSTRIOUS AND RE-
O. liable," wishes , situation; . country preferred:
handy with horses: good milker and understands
ail kinds of general work ; references.'; Address S.
C, box 28. Call Oflice. San Francisco. :. f.
■ tCTAKTBD— PLACB AB " BARKEEPER BY
'■»• young man; speaks French. Address B. X.,
box 60. Call Office.. .".- • ■' ■ ■ , ■ -..•■':
IDDLi:-AGED GERMAN to make HlM-
lixself generally : useful for * board and clothes;
good references. Address M. A., box 16«, Call.
y OUNG . MAN s (GERMAN) ; ? INDUSTRIOUS
X p.jid steady, speaks English; fluently, good : pen-
man, quick at figures, wishes employment; small
wages. G. V., box 17, Call Office. „.'■ 6 .-,,
POSITION^ AS : CLERK, SALESMAN , OR AS-
X sistant bookkeeper in a wholesale house wanted
by a steady, sooer .' man; ! aged' 30; 5 steady : work
more of an object- than wages; best of references.
Address E., box 65, this oflice. x- . :I i : .: . r -.;
WANTED — SITUATION AS . POKTER ■IN
> ' wholesale ■ house by 1 reliable ■ man; " unexcep-
tional ref prences. x Address ' S., :29 ' Grand aye.,
between Ninth and Tenth st«. ■ - - > &»■««>£»■
..„ ; ; , i i..HAM': :; UIiLI'JV IV AN'iUlji ; ;i, \ ;;•■•.
\\T A It"rESs7?LIGHTSPLACE^NEARtCITY,
815; cook, small resort, country, ?20; woman
on fruit ranch, $15; young girl,' general help, small
country ; hotel, $12. ■■ MURRAY & READY, 634-
-636 Clay st. ■•-. . „ " ". ■ V :
OX GIRLS <• AND WOMEN CAN FIND WORK
~O to-day by applying to MURRAY & READY,
U34-636 Clay st. - -,- :.< -.y.«. .... .. ,
' HELP WANTED— Continued.
TyANTED— PROTESTANT WAITRESS AND
-."»: parlor maid, $25: 3 German, French and Prot-
estant ; second • gins, $20; : French nurse, $20: 3
cooks in German and American ■ families, $25 and
$30:, 2 cooks, small boarding-houses, $20: 2 wait-
resses and; Chambermaids, $'20: : Indies' maid and
seamstress.' $25; I and I girls for cooking and house-
work. . J. F. CROSETT & CO., 312 Sulterst.
PANISH WA ITRESS, CITY, ; ERM AN
&r Scandinavian . cook' and housework; Alame-
da, $25: cook and downstairs girl, 920: American
housekeeper, couutry, $20; 2.> youug girls for lighty
housework places end care children, $10. $15 ancr"
$20. C. R. IIANSEN & CO., 110 Geary st. : '
WANTED— 4 GERMAN COOKS, $30 AND 5?25;
(Protestant second girl, $20: French second
girl, $20: German second girl, $15: young girls to
assist, $15 and $12. LEON ANDRE, 315 Stock-
ton st. • ' ,
9 GERMAN. COOKS. $30 AND $25; SECOND
-J girls, $25 and $20: nurse, $25; .housekeeper,
S2O; 12 housework girls, city and country. $20 and
$25: 4 young girls, assist, $12 to $15. MISSCUL-
LKN, 105 Stockton st.
yot'NG GIRL as COMPANION AND light
I work, Oakland, $15. MISS CULLEN, 105
Stockton st.
0 WAITRESSES, SAN RAFAEL, ?20; 2 SEC-
•" ond girls, city and country, $20: young girl,
good home, city, $15. WINTER & CO., 9 1 Stock-
ton st. .. ..■..- .--••■■-.: .. : -
\\r ANTED— GERMAN GIRL, 2 IN FAMILY,
'» $25, country: cook, Sausalito. $30; 20 girls,
city, at best going wages. MME. LEOPOLD, 957
Market st.
WA TED— 2 HOUSEGIRLS, ALAMEDA, NO
.washing, $20; 2 housegirls, city, no wash-
ing, -«20; cook, $25; second girl, $20; nurse. $20:
cook, $30; number of girls. $12 to $15. 332
Geary st. . - . - . .
WANTED — RESPECTABLE WOMAN TO
II ccotcon ranch, Napa County, $20, and a num-
ber of girls for general housework, $15 to $20, city.
lU/2 Antonia st., off Jones, near Kills.
"1 AGI It L FOB HOUSEWORK, SMALL
-LV American families. MRS. HIED, 705 Polk.
WANTED-A GIRL; MUST UNDERSTAND
German cooking and be first-class laundress:
references: wages *25. Call 1601 Post st.
W ANTED— NEAT SCANDINAVIAN OR GER-
■ *" mnnglrl for general housework: good cook; no
washing. 1005 Golden Gate aye.
W ANTED— YOUNG G IRL I' TAKE CHARGE
11 of boy 21/2 years old; wages $8: sleep home.
Call between 10 and 11 a. m. 1006 Van Ness are.
\TEATGIRL FOR HOUSEWORK IN SMALL
XX family. 10 to 12, 1906 Baker, nr. Sacramento.
SMALL YOUNG LADY TO LEARN TRAPEZE
0 act. 28 Drumm st.
A PPRENTICE AT DRESSMAKING. 138
xi. Eddy st.
TV EAT GERMAN GIRL FOR GENERAL
i-> housework; $10 to $12. 1400 Van Ness aye.
A PPRENTICK ON COATS. 221 SIXTH ST.
■VTEAT GERMAN GIRL FOR GENERAL
■lV house worlt and cooking. 1521 Ellis st.
WANTED-GOOD TAILORE6S ON CUSTOM
JJ coats. 626 Minna st.
"UfANTED— GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE-
-11 work: must understand cooking. 1021 Ellis.
"VTEAT GIRL. GENERAL HOUSEWORK AND
■li plain cooking; wages $15. 1320 Octavia st.
p IRL TO ASSIST TO TAKE CARE OF BABY;
VT wages $5; good home. 1117 Geary st.
liMNis: i i [ > s AND APPRENTICESON PANTS.
X I 373 Natoma st.
Tk[ ANTED — A GIRL TO DO GENERAL
housework. Apply 525 Fell st.
GIRL, SOME KNOWLEDGE, MAKE CIGARS,
tend store. .235 Kearny st., room 4.
"yOUNG GIRL TO HELP IN A SMALL
X boarding-house at 1017 Battery st. ' .
IRL WANTED FOR HOUSEWORK. AP*
ply 1726 O'Farrell st.
IDDLE -AGED woman to CARE baby
and do light housework, $10; German or
Scandinavian. Restaurant, 202 Townsend st., cor.
Third.
ANTED— GIRL TO ASSIST IN COOK
»» and housework in small family, $10 month.
Call 219 Hayes st.
ANTED— RL TO DO GENERAL HOUSE-
* work in small family. Apply 1332 Nutoma St.,
bet. Fourteenth and Fifteenth.
TpiRST-CLASS TAILOKESS ON COATS:
X; steady work. 64 Shipley St., between Folsom
and Harrison. • ~ .
lI'.L OR WOMAN FOR LIGHT HOUSE-
work; wages $8 to $10. 115% Fillmorest.
"V^OUNG GERMAN GIRL ASSIST LIGHT
X housework. 840 Seventeenth st.
■\IILLINEf.Y TRADE TAUGHT: PUPILS
1»1 arc taken In class or private: terms reason-
able. - 2610 California st.
WANTED— GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE-
1i work and cooking; 3 in family: wages $8 to
$10; references required. Address, giving particu-
lar*. A. 8., box 1, Call -Office. •
p ARMENTS PERFECTLY COMPLETED
VJT without trying on; call and test. • Lawrence
Cnttlng-school, 1231 Market st.
DRESSMAKERS AND - SEWING GIRLS
--wanted; patterns cut-to, order, ' 25 cents tip.
MCDOWELL Dressmaking Academy. 213 Powell,
IjIBENC H ACCORDION PLEATING: TAILOR-
} made suits: $7; perfect fit. 118 McAllisterst.
PROFESSOR LIVINGSTON'S DRESSCUT-
X .ting and making school : all branches. 702 Sutter.
CiHEAPEST AND BEST IN AMERICA—
\J WEEKLY CALL, sent to any address in the
United States or Canada one year for $1 50, post-
o-se free. ' -
MALK UELP WANTED.
TJ A llTEr< DE iTI^OR~HOTEI7~S2S ;^HOTEL
it waiters, country, $25: 3 hotel cooks, conntry,
$35 and $40; second cook, city; St dishwashers,
$•:(); potwasher for . hotel, $25. : MURRAY. &
READY, 634 and 63C Clay st.
TXC k^OIITH FOR RANCH, $40: HARNESS-
X> maker on ranch, $30; wheelwright, (ouritry
shop, $40: 2 coopers, slackwork ; 5 farmers, near
city, $20 and $26; 5 tiemakers, redwood. 9to lie:
5 woodchoppers.'plne woo J,' $1 cord. MURRAY
6 BEADY, 634 and 636 Clay st. , „
\\r ANTED — ASSISTANT SUPERINTEND-
u ent for coal mine, *100; mine telegraph oper-
ator; - laborers for mill and woods, 320 and found
and Increase: chore boy for ranch, $5 and found:
stable boy; buggy washer, $30 and found; hotel
cook, $50; waiters, dishwashers and others. Ap-
ply to J. F. CROSETT <fe CO., 628 Sacramento st.
MILKERS, $25 AND FOUND; AMERICAN
£ milker, $25 and found; 3 farmers, $20: 20 labor-
ers, city, $175 a day; 10 scraper teamsters, coun-
try, $1 75 a day. C. -R. HANSEN . & CO., 110
Geary st. . : • .
T HAMSTERS AND LABORERS FOR RAlL-
rnad work; frle fare. C. R. HANSEN & CO.,
110 Geary st. .
RENCH OR SWISS SECOND COOK; COUN-
i: try hotel; $60. C. R. HANSEN & CO., 110
Geary st.
LUMBER-PTLERS, COUNTRY SAWMILL,
$26 and found; trimmer-sawyer, $1 25 a day; 2
logcutters. j C. R. HANSEN & CO., 110 Geary st.
READ AND CAKE BAKER, COUNTRY
shop, $12 a week and found;, cooper, slack
work, 7c apiece; 20 men for woods and mill, 920
to $26 and board, to go to-day; woodsman to make
pickets and shakes: redwood tiemakera, 10c and
1 c apiece. R. T. WARD & CO., 608 and 610 Clay.
WAN TKD — FIRST-CLASS COACHMAN,
short distance in country, Scandinavian or
Encllsh, $35 and found: references required. W.
D. EWER & CO., 626 Clay st.
■\\r ANTED— G E ItMAN~OR ENGLISH _BUT-
ii ler; competent' French vin'-yardist, $30; etc.
LEON ANDRE, 315 Stockton st.
ANTED— MAN TO MILK AND DO GEN-
-»» cral work In country, $25 and found. Apply
MISS PLUNKETT, 424 Suiter st.
ECOND COOK. $75; WAITER, $30, COUN-
try hotels. HOTEL GAZETTE, 420 Kearny.
1 A LABORERS, S2 PER DAY: 10 LABORERS,
1" $1 75; 7 laborers, $26 ft month and board.
51 Third st., room 31.. Call early. :,
RIGHT. young man, ABOUT; 17, as
cashier and keep books in restaurant; refer-
ence and security. 8.. box 17, Call Office.
9 LUNCH ' WAITERS" , WANTED AT COFFEE
-if saloon, 22 California.
BARBER FOR SATURDAY AND SUNDAY. !
639 Castro, near Nineteenth.
W ANTED— GOOD DISHWASHER. EUREKA
II Hotel, 415 Brannan st. <
9 BUSHELMEN : AT , 14 KEARNY STREET.
VOUXO GERMAN BOY TO LEARN BAKET.
■L trade. 417 Valencia st.
\\T ANTED— YOUNG ' MAN TO LEARN THE
11 barber's trade. . Call at 413 Ninth St., Oakland.
WANTED— AT - ONCE, AN UPHOLSTER;
11 steady job. 1200 Eddy St., cor. Lacuna. . ;
■yOUNG BOOTBLACK FOR BARBER-SHOP, j
X Lurllne Baths, Bush and Larkin.
W~ ANTED-GOOD COOK FOR RESTAURANT.
605 Stanyan st. ;
p ii N TE EL BOYS AND YOUNG MEN WANT-
vX ed .to : sell • candy • packages on ■ trains good
wages. j, 6 Sacramento st. ; -. : * :. « ■ .
OY TO WASH DISHES AND MAKE HlM-
self useful about small restaurant. 606 Stanyan.
OYS WANTED. APPLY AT . ROOM 5, . 206
Kearny st."3£^_BBESJi§gS®_BSißßEii&- >-
CANVASSERS WANTED; PAYS
XV $3 50 per day. Call at 328 Seventh st. f :'•. -.
BARBER'S, ATTENTION"! BARBER-SHOP I
completely furnished, to rent.. 129 15th st. ■.
ANTED— RELIABLE MAN. TO TAKE AN
11 active Interest In cash business: : kept by pres-
ent owner 10 years; must have $100. cash and be
satisfied with $70 month ;'good" man wanted more
than money.;.: 61 Third s:., room 31. -: ' r .
ffl?l r; A ; SINGLE LA DV, GOOD COOK, WANTS
tlp.Lc/1/. partnerin old-established restaurant: no
experience required: must tend to cash and look
after help. ; Apply 637 Vi Natoma st. •; ■:.:\t..
C CUSTOM SHOE STORE FOR HALE, CHEAP.
\J 1226 Pacific st. ,;--.;;.. - I
W ANTED-MEN WHO IDO NOT RECEIVE
"» their wages to place; their accounts with 'us;
law and commercial . collection ;. :-«o charge unless
successful. rh'NOX COLLECTION AGENCY, 110
Sutter, room 4.".,.-; . ;. ;.:-:-;:% ■"■ , - 1 ■■-_ •.-;.> . ••■• .■--'•
.V DVERTISING SOLICITOR WANTED : FOR
XI- monthly publication,' 25 percent commission.
Apply only between 2 and 3 P. v. to-day. iloom
9. 611 Clay st. • • . - -
HELP WANTED— Continued. :._ :
WANTFJS— TCw^St^rT^T^MaInH^VTTAN
j ' ".:■ House; 825 Battery. '- ' ; ;' ' ■ :
W ANTED-GENTLEM AN WITH : BUSINESS
. 11 abilities, push , and . energy ns assistant man-
ager and bookkeeper for an Oakland; company;
moderate salary ;at ? first, Increasing ;as business
progresses.. Address, with ; references, 4 President,
box 381, Oakland I'ostoflice.
OARBER- SHOP : s WITH -GOOD- PAYING
X> laundry office for sale. 157 Third st.l . *.■■'. -:
Tl ARBER-SHOP :FOR' SALE; GOOD|FURNI-
X) ture; 2 years' lease. : : 921 Market st. ;
ARBERS, FOR EMPLOYMENT CALL SEC.
Barbers' Ass., 12 Seventh. H. SCHEUNERT.
ANTED-LA BORERS AND MECHANICS
11 to know MUZART, 319 Ellis, near Taylor; 100
I large rooms: _5c Bight, $1 50 week; very cheap. ■
091 ELLIS, KOisE DALK— _5c TO 60c
"•-jl- a night; $1 to $3 a week: open all night.
TTENTION— & 1 5c NIGHT, . GOOD <&
clean rooms. Railroad House, 583 Commercial.
W"ANTED— MILKMAN WHO WILL TAKE
11 10 to 25 cans milk daily direct from producer.
Call at room 36, Nevada block.
1 AA MSN TOTARSLODOINO AT THE NEW
XUU place, 717 Howard st., near Third; best in
town; 15c to 50c per night. :- :
\\r ANTED— 2 FIRST-CLASS CABINET-MAK-
-11 ers. D. M. VAN WEIiT, 631 Sixth St.
SHOEMAKER ON REPAIRING. 202 SECOND
street. -'. . • . ■■.: ■ ■■■■■■ -;■•■■ ■•. ■-..--
HOESSOLED 15 MINUTES; WHILE*YOU
wait; half usual price. 959 Howard, 409 V Pine.
TIREE BEER: BEST IN CITY; 2 SCHOONERS
J for 5 cents at 228 Pacific st. . . .
T INDKLL HOUSE, 1 6TH AND HOWARD—
XJ single furnished rooms, 75c week, 16c night. .
OC-CENT DINNERS FOR 10 CENTS TO-DAY
—• ' at 44 Fourth st. no humbug.
'YOUCAN GET A WHOLE PIE AND CUP OF
J X coffee for 6c at the new restaurant, 635 Clay st,
HAT CHEER HOUSE, 529 SACRAMENTO
st.; 100 outside rooms: best spring heds; single
rooms 'iOc a day : $1 a week; meals. 10c.
\\TA~NTED-MEN~IO GET BOTTLE SHARP
11 steam beer, sc: bottle wine, 6c. 609 Clay st.
EN'S SHOES Va-SOLED, 40c: HEELS, 25c;
done in 15 minutes. 635 Kearny St., basement.
r\(\f\ I'AIRS MEN'S GOOD SHOES. 25c TO $1.
O\J\J 562 Mission st.i also 631i/5j Sacramento si.
UTTERS AND TAILORS TO ATTEND THE
\J S. P. Cutting School, 12 Montgomery, rms 8-10.
HOES HALF-SOLED IN 10 MINUTES:
SHOES HALF-SO LED IN 10 MINUTES:
done while you wait: at less than half the usual
price; all repairing done at half price; work guar-
anteed. 662 Mission st., bet. First st. and Second st.
ANTED— LABORERS AND MECHANICS
11 10 know that Ed Jiolkin, Reno House proprie-
tor, still runs Denver House, 217 Third st. ; 150
large rooms: 25c per night; $1 to $3 per week. ;
■WAKE i THE 7 DEAD — WENZEL'S ALARM
11 clock: no electricity. 607 Montgomery st.
ANTED— SINGLE ROOMS, 160 A DAY; fl
week rooms for two, 25c a day, $1 60 a week;
readins; room* daily papers. 36 Clay st. _ ______
IMEN1 MEN TO TAKE LODGING AT 10c. 150
J.VV/ and 20c a night, including coffee and roils.
624 Washington st., near Kearny. -.:, '
BEST IN CITY— SINGLE BOOMS, 15, 20 AND
25 cents tier night; $1, fl 25, $1 50 per week.
Pacllic House .Commercial and LeldesdoriT sts.
TRY ACME HOUSE, 957 MARKET ST., BE-
low Sixth, fora room: 25c night: $1 week.
AGENTS WANTED.
I^piRS^CLASS ENTS I TO RE PRESENT AN ]
J? established investment company ; must be Al
solicitors. , Apply room 8, 1170 Market St., San
Francisco, 9 to 12 a. m. , '
GENT* WANTED TO REPRESENT COM-
pany of 30 years' standing. 9 to 11 a. m.,
rooms 47 and 48, Mticdonough bul'ding. Oakland.
OLICITORS; ENERGETIC LADIES OR
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 Sansome st. .
\\r ANTED— A FEW GOOD AGENTS FOR AN
11 article that has never been introduced: good
siller: big profits. Call after 9 a. m. Co-operative
Lodging-house, 831 Stevenson st., off Tenth.
TIT ANTED TO-DAY— 2. LIVE CANVASSERS
11 to Introduce horse and stock book. ED-
WARDS 7 City Hall avenue.
KOOMS WANTED.
W^A^"T^D^IN^?E7G^B^RIFIObD OF VAN
»» Ness and Golden Gate ayes., suite of two,
three or four furnished or unfurnished rooms, suit-
able forclubrooms: state rent. Address Club, box
73, Call. - . ' -
T ADY WANTS 2 SMALL UNFURNISHED
J-J rooms: price $5. W. W.. box 11. Call Oflice.
~ FUKSITUKI3 WANTED.
TITANTED— F^rTotXTr^E^AN^^D^kTwlLL
. TT sell on commission. . L. D. BURD, 10 Fulton.
G. KRASKY, carpets, PICTURES,
• folding, iron beds, furniture; low prices: Cal.
strplatlder manufactd for t)i<' trade. 779 Mission.
pkopekt v WANTED.
■VS?A~NTia>^SM aTITmP i?^VE D^RA NCbTfOR
■*t nice cottage. SPECKS. 602 Market st.
WANTED-311S CELL US.
W~~AN T^TlT^n^^CONlD-HA^D^BlcTcll^^
T V Apply 1829 Polk at. ■ . ■': -■ -.: -:.
KLEIN, 109 SIXTH ST., PAYS GOOD PRICES
for clothing, hooks and jewelry: postal.
PIANOS. VIOLINS, ETC. \
N^OURaTuT^OME^INDUSTRY; HEMME
<& LONG Piano Co. (established, 1875), 340
Post St.: on installments; send for catalogue.
"Peremptory sale" OF SEVERAL new
. and second-hand pianos to make room for two
carloads now due. THE J. DEWING CO., second
floor. Flood building.
\\r ANTED— SECOND-HAND PIANO, BUT To
11 be in good condition. Address Piano, box 63,
Call Office. ;•"
OMMER AGENCY E>tOVED TO 40 O'FAR-
O rell St.; Stein way, $225: Weber, $220. G. O.
HEINE A, CO., sole agents for Krakauer, Mathu-
shek & Son pianos.
PENTING PIANOS; LARGE AND VAHIED
it assortment; tuned free. SHERMAN, CLAY
& CO.'S Piano-house, cor. Kearny and Sutter sts.
ELEGANT UPRIGHT, GOOD AS NEW, AT
MAT7VAIB', 769 Market st. : . 'v:'::,:-
MICE UPRIGHT PIANO FOR PRACTICE;
XI price, $S0: must be sold immediately. ■ Room
12, 809 Market st. ■
Q A A PIfIGIIT, GOOD AS NEW ; LADY
.ttptr-Jv/. breaking up homo and offers at great
sucriiice for cash.'v Room 10, Flood building.
p EORGE F. WELLS, SOLE AGENT FOR THE
VJT. Mathushek pianos; sold on 1 very easy install-
ments; pinnOH rented. - 1360 Market st.
N EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY— PIANOS
sold upon a new rent-contract plan; please call
and have it - explained . he easiest terms ever
offered for procuring a fine piano; full-sire new up-
rights from $150 upward. SHERMAN, CLAY &
CO., corner Kearny and Sutter sts.
HEAT IiA~R GAiNS IN SECOND-HAND Pl-
anos a: SHERMAN, CLAY <_ CO.'S, cor. Kear-
ny and Sutter sts. . -■.-'. -.'-..•■
ASY TERMS; LOW PRICES. KOHLF.H &
CHASE.
T,iE\V ELEGANT UPRIGHTS, STANDARD
X? makes, almost new, half original cost; : see at
once. F. W. SPENCER & CO.. 721 Market st.
BYRON MA Y, 308 POST I ST.— SOHMEB,
Newby & Evans, Brigg3 and other pianos. ,
STEINWAY UPRtGHT: SLIGHTLY USED-
grand tone; half-cost. SPENCER, 721 Market
QUPERIOR VIOLINS, ZITHERS, OLD * new
0 H. MULLER. maker, repairer. 2 Latham place.
WM: G. BADGER. WITH KOHLER & CHASE
11 26, 28 and 30 O' Farrell st. :';..;-
STECK; CHICKERING & SONS., VOSE AND
0 Sterling pianos sold on $10 Installments.' BENJ.
CURTAZ & SON, sole agents, 16-20 O'Farrell st.
A 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.
DECKER BROS.. STEIN WAY, FISCHER AND
iJ other ; tirst-class makca of pianos: little used :
cheap for cash -or■ on easy terms. ' KOHLER <S
(HASH. 28 and 30 O'Karr.-ll st.
.HOUSES.
FOR SALE — 2 EXTkX^Hn^^CARrTaGE
teams. Address J. 11.,' box 9. this office.
TjiOß SALE-FINE HORSE AND BUGGY FOR
X park. Can be , seen at Mascot Stables, 1110
Golden Gate aye. v , ' : .-•' •;::.' :.-
Af\ HORSES FOR SALE; ALSO WAGONS
• jLv/ buggies, cart 3, harness; Grand Arcade Horse
Market, 327 Sixth st. : auction sales every Wednes-
day. SULLIVAN & DOYLE, Auctioneers. .
|(|[|S|;Ts SECOND-HAND HAP.NESS; ALL
I\J\J kinds: second-hand' wagons, buggy, carts;
r.lso 20 cheap horses. j Fifteenth and Valencia uta.
ATTOKNEYS-AT-LAW.
ADVICE _ REE ; DIVORCE AND > PROBATE
laws a I specialty : suits," superior, Justice and
Police Conns: terms reasonable; collections, etc.
O.W.HOWE, att'y-at-law, «60 Market.cor.Stockton
MONEY A D VANCEDTO LITIGANTS, COURT
costs and charges, paid in matters of probate,
contracts, •• damages, accidents, : notes. » first-class
collections and general law business. Address J. F.
NAUGHTON, 54 Nevada block, S. F.
JOHN K. AITE UN, ATTORNEY -AT-LAW,
; 16 and 17. 402 Montgomery st., cor. California.
WM. f 11. chapman," 5 ATTORNEY- AT-LAW,
li Mills building, sixth floor, room 5, San Fran-
cisco, Cal. Telephone 1544.
WW. DAVIDSON, ATTORNE Y- AT-LA W. 420
j California st., rms. 14-15: advice free. :■'
typewriters AND SUPPLIES.
a not2Tsr^smlt^7rlsm"iler~7yl^v^
J:\- er: a bargain. > ALEXANDER & BRO., 218
■ S&nsome st. : : • ; , . ■ v r ; - ; . - ■ ■
G" OOD TYPEWRITERS, SALE AND. RENT.
VT HANSON & CO.. Chronicle Bldg.. room 38. '
. - PHYSICIANS.
pHEUMATis^iLT^mniA^GTA;^^gotjt-sfl>
•XV cial attention to these diseases. ■J. A. McDON-
ALD, M.D., 1236 Market St., 2 to 4, 7 to 8 P. M.'iyfe]
. A .HOME,' A FRIEND AND MOTHER'S CARE.
MRS. DR. FUNKE, 1416 Eighth at., Alameda.
BUSINESS CHANCES. __^~^
PROLL * STENBERO. 719 MARKET, NEAR
X Third, sell or exchange businesses, furnished
houses, orchards, vineyards, San ■ Francisco, ; Ala-
meda and Oakland property; send particulars; ail
applications for sales promptly attended to.
<_QKA RESTAURANT IN WESTERN^ AD-
dition: will positively dear $300 ppr
month above all ; expenses. PROLL & STt.-N-
-BERG, 719 Market st. ,
<C9^n STATIONERY AND NOTION STORE
»4P^OU. in choice location; big transient trafle:
investigation solicited. PROLL «fc STENBERG,
719 Market st. /. ■ - .>;■• -. -'. ■■ .;-' :■
Q^TAA SACRIFICE: CLOTHING, GENTS'
<© i yjyj. furnlahlDg- goods store: established for
years: safe 'investment; thorough investigation
solicited. PROLL & BERG, 719 Market.
CSJ9AAA SALOON, RESTAURANT, CIGAR
tjP^,UV/l/. stand, with building; near larcn iron
works: regular customers; Guarantee for; safe in-
vestment. ■ PROLL & STENBERG/ 719 Market st.
ld-e£tabushed POPULAR GENERAL
\J merchandise business: immense stock: no op-
position; will sell at invoice; owner retiring from
bus ness. PROLL A STENBERG. 719 Market st.
(£9^o ICECREAM AND , CANDY PAR-
O\J. lors; soda-fountain and fixtures worth
the money. PROLL & STENBERG, 719 Market st.
IAA RESTAURANT: BEST PAYING IN
ig)~t\J\J. Western Addition; near Market; trial
given. PROLL <fc STENBERG, 719 Market st.
PARTNER WANTED — GROCERY BAR;
X with small capital: advertiser owns the prop-
erty; rent no object; prefers partner to hired help.
PROLL & STENBERG, 719 Market st.
Q»f>r A CIGAR STORE; CLU BROOM: NEAR
<iTpUUv/. Market: golden opportunity for popular
man. PBOLL <& STENBERG, 719 Market St.
(2«97P: GROCERY, BAR, LIVING-ROOMS;
«Ip^j tO, reasonable rent nice home for family;
don't mlssit. PROLL &STENEERG, 719 Market.
©«»Xn CIGAR-STORE: CENTRAL LOCA-
«JpO«Jv/. tlon on Market; large transient trade;
will safely guarantee $10 to $12 daily; trial given.
PROLL & KTENBERG. 719 Market st.
Q. r nASALOON; LOCATED AMOMG WHOLE-
«|p«Jv/U. sale business; selling account other busi-
ness. PROLL & STENBERG, 719 Market st.
"PARTNER WANTED WITH SMALL CaPI-
X tal; old established stand;' central location
among factories; must sell on account of depart-
ure. PROLL A STENBERG, 719 Market St.
To;sell a BUSINESS OF ANY KIND QUICK
1 for cash see STRAND <fe TUTTLE. 45 Third st.
(_ JAA CIGAR -STORE; BESI LOCATION
»Jp'iUU. onKearnyst.: cheap rent: full value
In sight; daily receipts from $10 up: old estab-
lished ; bargain. STRAND & TUTTLE, 45 Third.
4» C fkfk LAUNDRY IN FLOURISHING
«lJ*)t>UU. town, nr. coast: all necessary machines:
doing large business: horse, wagon, house 6 rooms
included. STRAND & TUTTLE, 45 Third st.
(JfcQnAA OLD ESTABLISHED DRY AND
*mV\J\J\J. fancy goods house: "country town;
full value. STRAND * TUTIT.E. 45 Third st.
rt>OArvrv MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS
t£>jZi\J\J\J. store in a thriving city, full value;
pays well. STRAND <fc TUTTLE, 45 Third st.
(JjO-A, PARTNER WANTED IN SALOON:
CD ZiOVJ. clear $75 per month to each; good
chance. See STRAND & TUTTLE, 45 Third st.
<_.i 1 RESTAURANT ; BARGAIN to-
tC? 11 O. day. STRAND & TUTTLE, 45 Third.
<JT»QAA CORNER SALOON : BEST PART OF
t£)O\J\J. Market st.; pays well: full value in
sight. STRAND A TUTTLE, 45 ThlrJ st.
GROCERY AND BAR, WITH ROOMS; FULL
vJT value Insight: good paying: best : reason for
selling. STRAND & TUITLE, 45 Third st.
"ffIT"TAA BRANCH 'BAKERY, COFFEE AND :
wj) JLvU. lunch parlors: rooms; pay well; * north
of Market. STRAND & TUTTLE, 45 Third st.
CCA SA LOON, WIT 15 FURNISHED
«jS«JtJU. rooms, half block from Market st. ; rent
$40 ; kept by owner for years; barsain if taken at i
once. WILKE, 235 Kearny st., room 4. ■ ]
(JtOCn BRANCH BAKERY AND NOTION- |
i&OOkJ . store, with 3 rooms: rent -510: thickly
settled neighborhood; no opposition. WILKE, 235
Kearny st., room 4. ' ' i
fIT-QXA SALOON, WITH 4 LIVING-ROOMS;
*]pO<Jv. transfer point car lines; ; Western Addi-
tion: established years: owner wants to retire to '
his ranch. WILKE, 235 Kearny st., room 4.
A TTENTION, GROCERS— GROCERY AND
A bar: fine, location: low rent; good business.
WILKE, 235 Kearny st., room i.
GBLf\X(\ SALOON; WORTH SI 000 BEST
iJnUUU. possible location; heavily stocked with
whisky: handsomely fitted: 5 nice living-rooms;
low rent; suro bargain. BARRETT & CO., 865y 2
Market st. -
¥^In ■ FIRST-CLASS saloon: best cor-
<IP«J«J". nerinclty: elegant fixtures; costly safe;
cash register cost §225: low rent; receipts, $15
per day. BARRETT & CO., 865 Market st.
(£«£ A/i BAKERY; ALL COUNTER TRADE:
«JPUI/V. large store: 2 flhe ovens: good location:
guaranteed daily sales, $15: good chance for coffee-
parlor. BARRETT & CO., 865% Market st. . ■ '
rpo SELL OR BUY ANY KIND: BUSINESS,
1 apply HEALY & CO., 23 Kearny st.
<Jfe£AA~~A FINE CHANCE; TEAMING busi-
«fpUUU. n°as for sale: clearing $100 per month;
doing hauling for wholesale house 7 years: trial
given. Apply HEALY & CO.. 23 Kearny st. ■■ ■ .
<2»O£. A TEA AND ROUTE, HORSE
«Jp^»Jly. and wagon, 200 customers: can be in-
creased; call to-day. HEALY, 23 Kearny st.
QT^ A WOOD AND COAL YARD: 8 STALLS,
L«JU. horse and wagon: rent only *7; near
Mission and Fourth. HEALY, 23 Kearny st.
pENERAL MERCHANDISE STORE IN A
VT country town: controlllns trade of large terri-
tory: average daily receipts now $50; employs 3
salesmen; all staple stock; building on large lot
included: exchange in part for clear improved
property. A. M. SPECK A CO., 602 Market St.,
cor. Montgomery.
PAYING LIVERY BUSINESS; FINE LOCA-
tion and low rent; 30 boarders; line stock of
horses, buggies, hacks, carts, etc.: trial given to
bona fide buyer. A. M. SPECK & CO., 602 Market.
<7»97r CORNER SALOON: WORTH $603:
t\P^L Jt). 5 rooms: fine fixtures: account other
business: sure bargain. WOOD, 917 Market st.
PARTNER WANTED IN .ESTABLISHED
X business for 15 years; one acquainted with city:
to take the delivery-wagon: German preferred ; the
right man can get interest at inventory price;
reference given and required. ■ JAS. I. BLIVEN,
621 Howard St.. S. F.
T IVERY-STABLE; WELL ESTABLISHED;
Xj central location; stock- first class: profitable;
reasonable rent; owner leaving city. ; L. S., box 75,
this office... •
YOUNG LADY WISHES GENTLEMAN OR
X lady of good character to start in business: i
small capital required. Address Capital, box 150.
Call. .. ... ■_ ■. . r ■ i
G ANDY STORE AND FACTORY, IN GOOD
location, for sale cheap to make prompt sale, as
owner intends to leave the city. . Address Box,
Call Office.
fflj/JAA CANDY AND ICECREAM FAC-
tlpttUU. Tory: 3 rooms: everything complete;
near Market; bargain; good stand. 917 Market.
PARTY WITH $5000 CAN REALIZE $150
X per month, good security, by addressing L. F. J.,
box 120, this office. ::■-.
PARTNER — BEAUTY PARLORS AND
X manufacturing: details at interview." 131 Post
St., room 21. :
ILK ROUTE OF 20 CANS; WHOLESALE
and retail trade; will be sold cheap; a bargain.
Address M., box 141, Call.
G>"l GROCERY AND BAR; 2 ROOMS
J,Ol/. suitable for man and wife. 783V<i Mar-
ker st., room 3. •
<_1 AHA GROCERY AND BAR FOR SALE.
X\J\)\J. Apply Wieland's Brewery. ,
ALOON FOR SALE. APPLY AMERICAN
Brewery, 725 Green st. . ..-•.-. :.-; "-:.
OR SALE — A SALOON AND LUNCH-
X I house; cheap. 621 Sixth st.
ALF-INTEREST IN ONE OF Tn_ LEAD-
ing downtown lunch-houses: price $1500; will
clear $400 per month full investigation allowed;
no Sunday work. GEORGE STEERS A CO.,
Spreckels building, 927 Market st.
Q/>A RESTAURANT AND LUNCH ROOMS;
<3)UU.;iivin? rooms with furniture; cheap rent:
must be sold within two days. Call ' Branch, 339
Hayes st.
MALL RESTAURANT FOR SALE; GOOD
paying business: owners retiring. 605 Stanyan.
Oizinn PARTNER WANTED: FINE COR-
«JpT:V.»v/. ner saloon: full value in sight: one of
owners selling; good reason; remaining partner in
business many years and guarantees good wages-
young man preferred; no agents. Call northeast
cor. Jackson and Dramm sts. •
<Bi9^A HALF ■-■■■" INTEREST IN. ESTAB-
is<Zi*.)\J. Hshed lunch counter and restaurant in
popular place on Market st.; a mint for experi-
enced man; investigate. For particulars call 925
Washington St., upstairs.
G"l ROCERY AND BAR, north OF MARKET
St.; must hP-sold; before August 1: Old estnb-
llshed corner: stock Invoices $800; no reasonable
offer refused ; cash only ; no agents. Call 1707 Eddy.
WANTED .TO BUY— RESTAURANT OB SA-
»» loon connected with lodgings: state price; no
agents wanted. Direct to J. R. «fc W. F.. bot 58
Call Office. ■ •-.-•- ' ' .
.TT'OR SALE CHEAP. TO CLOSE AN ESTATE*, j
X well established Italian paste factory; must be
sold. For particulars apply to A. RUEF. attorney-
at-law, 402 Montgomery st., San Francisco. - •'
Tj^Oß SALE-A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER IN A
X thriving town in the Sacramento Valley: 3y a
hours from San : Francisco; complete news and job
outfit: satisfactory reasons given for selling. Ad-
dress box 22, Winters, Cal. „ ;
'<fc/t^n FIRST-CLASS r SALOON AND FlX-
_ig)'±O\J» tures; near Market and Kearny : sts. :
with piano, cost $400. Address V.F.; box 4, Call
Office.;- • : :. : ,-^fagynp^^»y^ii \J.wi\Ji 8 1 WTfltf
Xp INE LITTLE BAKERY COFFEE-HOUSE,
X suitable for man and wife: good business; must
sell ■ cheap on account of sickness. Apply Call
office. : ; - <-:.;; -r ••..,■-. ■;: .- . ■ . •■.■-.- *.*;■ .-;.;. -.-
PARTNERSHIP— YOUNG MAN DESIRES TO
X invest $100 in established business. D., box
63, Call. . : , . '.
T^OR SALE-CHEAP; STORE: GOOD LOCA-
X I tion for fruiistand: cheap rent; six months' rent
paid; house brings In $28 per month.- Apply 322
Third st. . : ;. " ■=.-. ':.,:•■■.■:' ■ . -.-" '■■-■;
p RAND SOUTHERN HOTEL DINING-ROOM,
VT corner Seventh and Mission sts.; must be sold
to-day between -2 and 4 on account of leaving city.
;V\T ANTED— CAPABLE WOMAN, ABOUT 35*"
_»" with $50, to travel. : L. 8., box 63, Call Office' ,
TiK)R SALE— NOTION AND VARI ET V STORE •
X cheap. - 452 Uaight st., near Fillmore. ' >,
wHfiWtTi yVt\ — flilim TTT imTrwnT ntfciiwfi i mm i iMrfflTlrffHflm
V BUSINESS C ES- Contlnnetl .
rniirn COFFEE-HOUSE: ; BEST LOCATION;
tjhdtOU. will prove to clear $175 monthly: trial
given till satisfied ; must sell on account of death.
Apply SMITH HUBER. 1001 Market st.
_>..)AAA ONEOFTIIK MOST BEAUTIFUL,
Jn_*UUv». best-paying family resorts in city;
laree garden: ■. cheap rent: must sell on account of
family trouble. Apply SMITH HUBER, 1001
Market St.
lEtOlXfi BUYS THIRD INTEREST IN WELL-
tjp_IU" established real estate business; will clear
and over monthly; full investigation given.
Apply SMITH HUBKR, 1001 Market st. . ■
a* CAA SALOON AND LODGING-HOUSE, 18
tjtOUl*. rooms: NapaCity: running 22 years;
sold on account of sickness: rent $50: don't miss
this bargain. SMITH.TaBKR 4 CO., 1001 Market.
AKERY FOR SALE CHEAP. ON ACCOUNT
jj'of death in the family. Apply 1631 Park St.,
Alameda. • ' ■
GOOD OPPORTUNITY: PARTNER WANTED
in a business established since 1862: capital
required, about $50,000. Address A. T., P. O. box
1848.
TMtUGSToRE: BARGAIN; GOOD LOCATION
\J for doctor. Address A. 8., box 4, this office.
UOB SALE; VERY CHEAP; SALOON. CALL
X 612 Sacramento st. '
OOD CORNER BAKERY FOR SALE. 312
(jT Twelfth st.
OOD-PAYING KVENJNG NEWSPAPER
roato. Address X, box 27, Call Office.
T7IOR SALE-FIRST-CLASS LIQUOR-STORK,
near Market st. Apply C. A. NOLTE, Eagle
Iron Foundry, 563 and 565 lolsom st.
nOHNER STORE AND SALOON AND FIX~
\J tures- $18 with or $10 without living-rooms :
well-established business: must rent on account of
sickness. Cortland aye. and Benmngton st., Ber-
aal Heights. ■
HOTEL PROPERTY AND BUSINESS FOR
pale- $36,000: best-paying business on line of
railroad in thriving town, and one-half acre of
ground- also livery stable: half cash, balance
on time: five trains pass daily: trial given. Ad-
dress H. O. L., box 122, Cuil Office.
RUGSTORE, $1200; CLEARING $100
monthly; rine place for doctor; easy terms.
Apply Call Office, 710 Market st.
T?OB SALE-AT-A SACRIFICE, GROCERY
X I and bar: satisfactory reasons given. Call 2*o
Minna St., between Third and Fourth.
I 'dl; SALE-A GOOD MILLINERY BUSINESS;
X in splendid location in San Jose: can be bought
cheap. For particulars apply to.HOLM & NAIiI-
AN, 512 and 514 Market st.
_fO PEL MEN, INVESTIGATE THIS OPPOU
XX tunitv; paying hotel in town 2000 population.
Alumeda County ;'low rent; long lease; 2b rooms:
bar; evervthins" complete;. rare chance: don't miss
It. ALBERT E. CRANE. 410 Montgomery st.
WELL-KNOWN CORNER SALOON ('•LII.V
»V Fell and Stanyan, Golden Gate Park.
TV 6 it SALE— SALOON IN A COUNTRY TOWN
I 1 near Sun Francisco: price $1000: daily receipts
$12 to $15. Inquire NABER, ALFS A BRUNE,
323 Market st.
ffi* QXA REST AN AND COFFEE-
t[J>O«JU. saloon; good for man and wife. 2424
Mission st. n
XPRESS BUSINESS FOR. SALE CHEAP:
Xj good horse and wagon: good will of the busi-
ness. Address E. 8., box 73, Call.
I"»OR SALE— A GREAT SACRIFICE; A2-
story building: boarding-house, saloon, furni-
ture, stock and fixtures; must be. sold, on account
of old age and sickness: come and make an offer.
Apply on premises, 521 First St., near Brannan,
near Pacific Mail dock. j
S" AXOON" WOB SALE CHEAP; NO BETTER
location in the city none but principals need
apply. Inquire of McLEOD & F AUBS, 515 Market.
MUST SELL AT ONCE — WELL-ESTAB-
lished delicacies and dairy produce store;
I Western Addition: excellent opportunity to buy a
1 business at a sacrifice. Full particulars of HER-
MAN HARRIS, Grand Western, Polk St., bet.
Bush and Pine. .
BBST PAYING RESTAURANT INTHE CITY:
X> sell cheap. App.y to J. GA RLAND, 635 Clay.
OB SALE— LIBERTY SALOON, NEXT TO
.Napa Hotel. Napa Cal. .
pESTAURANT SALE; BARGAIN. CALL
Xi at one?, 161 Ninth st.
1" TiOR SALE— A FIRST-CLASS ROADHOUSE,
' fioing a goo.i business: will take in partner If
a^reeablf. Inquire at Hotel Couper, cor. D st. and
Eighth aye., terminus McAllisterandGeary-st.cars.
RST-CLABS SALOON AND BOWLING
' alley, cheap. NW. cor. Bay and Taylor.
OR SALE-OX ACCOUNT OF SICKNESS;
.C Kood-piiying liquor and cigar business (no bar)
in large California town: can be thoroughly inves-
tigated; about $3000 required. Apply 116 Front.
O"~Xi3 - ESTABLISHED FRUITSTORE FOB
sale cheap : retiring. 1105 llowaril st.
T7UTRNISHED HOTEL TO LET CHEAP. 12
X Circular aye., Sunnyside, S.F.
ROUTE FOR SALE; THIS PAPER. INQUIRE
at, ofH.' ■• or r. "S. St. Ann's building. 2 to 3 p. m.
LOIiOING-HOirSKS FOB SAXK.
T(D ROOMS r"CIiEAW;' I^EW MODJEBJ*"
Id Blrare; desirable location: north of Market •
I St.: price $800: oiTcr warned to-day. SPECK &
CO., 602 Market st.
tEjOXAA LODGING -HOUSE WITH 50
»4P^»JUU. rooms; 12 bay-windows: elegantly
I furnished: first-class paying; rent $150: first-class
I bargain: party leaves city: call as once and in-
I spect. WILKE, 233 Kearny st.. room 4. ■
! (2;XAA 11 ROOMS, FINELY FURNISHED,
I 'TnUv/U. clearing *50 per month: vicinity of
1 Pheian bide. BARRETT & CO., S63y s Market st.
T~O BUY OR SELL A LODGING-HOUSE
quick tor cash s* c GUS STK.VNI), 45 Third st
On ROOMS; TERMS REASONABLE. • 22-'^
O\J Fourth St., cor. Tehtinia.
FURNISHED COTTAC::. "dIIOOMS, ALL OC-
copied; $100. 63 Jessie St., near First.
p"UTTERFIELD~( AM)Ta UCTIONEKR:
X> bargains in lodKinif-hoosfs. Crocker hu I If' ing.
FUKNITUJCK i«. SALi;.
o^B^mioT)M^sE^JC7>ATrTNDTrr^cir v
0 nut; carpets, moquette and tapestry; to private
parties; no dealers. 209 Ellis st.
("MIEAP ON ACCOUNT OF. DEPARTURE
" J from city the furniture, all complete, of 3 rooms,
sewing machine: every first-class. Inquire
from 10 to 2, 8 Ellwoo 1 St., off O'Farrell st.
BDBOOM SET, $11: PATENT TABLES
X> $2 15; Roxbury Brussels, 75rs laid; oilcloth,
20c; open evoninss. SIIIREK, 1310 Stockton st.
PUT PRICES IN FLRNIT ANDCAKPETi
■\J this week at McCABK'S, RiB-»50 Mission st.
EDUCTIONS ON LARGE stock, NEW AND
second hand; 400 carpets, pool as new; oil-
cloth, 25c-, parlor suit*, $19 up; linoleum, 45c;
7-plece chamber cults, $14 50; cornice-poles. Me;
ranges, $6; cash or installments; goods shipped
iree. T. Jf .NELSON, 126 Fourth st.
~~_ ~ CAlil*JiTS. "
BR U SSE LAID PBOX B 'iTß Y^BBU*
sels, 75c. laid; linoleum, 40c: heavy oilcloth,
20c: open evenings. slilliKK. 1310-1312 Stockton.
CABFJBX CLEANING.
ATIONAL CAKI'KI BEATING AND BENO-
IN vating Works. HAMPTON & BAILY; layin?
and altexlas> 313-315 Guerrero; Tel. Mission 244.
pARPETS THOROUGHLY CLEANED AND
\J renovated same as new. S. FERGUSON <&
CO., 23 Tenth st. Telephone number, south 38.
CITY SXZAM CARPET-liKATJ.NG AND
Renovating Works, X 8 and 40 Eighth st. G. R.
STEVENS, manager. Telephone No., south 250.
HEN YOU BECOME • DISGUSTED WITH
poor work send to SPAULDING'S Pioneer Car-
pet Beating Works, 353-7 Tehama: t«?l. so-40.
pONKLIN'S CARPET BEATING WORKS. 333
\J Golden Gate aye. ; telephone east 126.
rpHE~j7 E. MITCHELL CARPET-CLEANINU
' X Co. (incon>.); old established carpet cleaning
machines; cleaning tic yard. 230 14th, tel. 6074.
T" McQl '""KEN'S CARPET BEATING AND REN- -
t* . ovatiog works. 453 Sievensop; tel. 3228.
I'OE SALE-MISCELLANKOUS.
I~^ltE^H~^)W A^D~CAiLT?^ : P-
' ply 1083 Tennessee st., near Sierra, Potrero.
IpINE NEW PHOENIX PNEUMATIC BICY-
c le; *35. 1501 Mason st., corner Broadway.
T. BERNARD PUP. 4 MONTHS OLD: CO I/-
lins breed; $22. 1601 Mason, cor. Broadway.
•VIEW PREMIER BICYCLE— NEVER USi&D.
±\ wlil sell lor $80." Apply '225 Clay. '
C-QAA POOL-TABLE 1; OR $60. BOX 9, CALL
«]j!OwU Office, Oakland.
(2* r LARGE-SIZED HAND-CART. CALL 8
«JpU. Eighth St., city.
"\ LL TYPEWRITERS RENTED, ~
J\ including SMITH PREMIER.
LKO K. ALEXANDER A BRO.,
1 218 Sansome st.
rpHOROUGHBRED FOX TERRIER PUPS
. J. for sale. -1619 Powell st. ■ ■•
ESTERN EXTRACTOR, 26 INCHES ; COR-
rigan ■& Little Star shirt-Ironers: Tyler shirt-
polishers, with 4 irons, $20: Jacques' collar and
cuffa ironer, tools, supplies, etc. ' J. IRVING, 660
.Bryant st. ;:-» . /,: . ...
T.MVE PNEUMATIC SAFETIES FOR $1007
X sincly. S.'t; McAllister si.
MUCH .COW FOR SALE IN GOOD CON-
dition. T. HURLEY, 230 Douglass st.
pUEAi'ESTPLAi i; TO BUY GAS FIXTURES.
VH. HUFSCHMIDT, 623 Golden Gate aye. ,
A IK-GOLD WATCHES SOLD FOR WEIGHT
XX. 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.
ILSHIRE SAFE.^LETTER-PRESS. SCALE!
coffee-mill and money-till: cheap. 102 Clay st.
A 1 LOT OF EASTERN STANDARD MAKES
S\. of safes which j have ' been taken in exchange
«s part payment for the Waltz safes, as follow^:
3 burglar-proof bank or coin safes, 7 Jewelers' safes,
, b pawnbrokers' safes, 13 merchant safes: fire and
burglar proof; all sizes; at less than half cost- sea
them before you order.- The Waltz Safe Salesroom,
221 and 223 Market st., factory 13 and 15 Drumni
St., San Francisco. Cal. • , ; • .
• MEW RANGES: CHEAPER THAN second-
■Ll I hand. ; W. S. RAY Mfg Co., 12 California st.
PO UN TEKS, SHELVING,. SHOWCASES
V bought and sold 1121 Market i beu7thandaui

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