OB Johnson, L Angeles Mrs D Lubin.Sacramento
Dr Z T Magill, Winters Miss Ruth Lnbin, Sacto
A J Hatch? California Miss Laura Lnbin. bacio
FC Porter. Vatsonville C X Hooper, Baltimore^
W C Swain. Marysvill c .T J January & w Concord
A R Lord, Nevada City Miss Nettie Keller. Cond
A T Lord, Nevada City H C Cuttinc, Nevada
B P Dayman, California Mis 3 Swinford. Colusa
E B Lo-Jisson, California F A Kilburn, Watsonvll
J A Shaw. Wlldwooci W s Huches, Lt U «B
C E Friend, California W S Baronm, Bridgeville
W H Eckhardt. Sacrmto J W Hinds, Lincoln, Cal
B Cerf, Ukiali J A Frost <fe w. Boston
L Herrlck, Oaklnnd C H Lux & w, &an Jose
JD Fd wards. Eureka C J Cox .t fam, California
W Munay, Pleasanton W E Travis & fam, Cal
C X Pott, Williamsport MaserTrsvlsitsister.Cal
E weitzer. Chicago A G Burnett <fc son.S Rosa
G c Tllden. Denver J Conner, Saratoga Spgs
W M Breakenredce, Arz Miss M A Willis, Valle.io
Mrs Z M Sexton.Oroville F H Rowland & w, Val]o
Miss Sexton, oroville H E a dams. Stockton
L B Palmer, Pasadena J R Foster. Sacramento
Chas Francee, Salinas P Musto, Stockton
X. M Grant, gaMnas E E Ruhl, Grldley
E B Burdick, Big Oak Flat
A B Coffee. Oakland J C Goiirley, Pa
S M Willcugliby, Cal J Menly. Fresno
N P Jus y. lre<no H N Menly. Fr"sno
R Earl A "wf, Mrr^ed T W Co ik. Sacramento
Miss Karl, Mercsd J 3 Wightman. opden
■\v H Reid, Newman J R Manran, Oaklard
C R Scott. Portland .T P. I'rigman, Santa Hosa
F F vtne, Langtry Rh B P Dolpoaa, Watsorivlll
V N Snilth, Langtry Itch I) McC'ornitck, Stockton
J Ball, T.iK Trees F B stoidard & wf, Or
.T C Beerbowen, Eureka J S Hardin, Santa Rosa
F R Cricker, Bakersfield J M Waugnman. Bakefild
D N Stone, Houx City O Young, Tremoßt, Ind
A M Hardin, Hollister T M Poyd. WatsoQvlUe
T B Bond. Lakeport F lialnville, Petaluma
J W Turner, Eureka W C Pase, Oakland
W I. Smith &w, S Jose W L Chllds <fe w, Mass
A W Kollins. Colusa C B Klmball, Sacto
C U Mevitle, Cloverdale D H Fa.-. Arcata
X Goldsmith <fe w. 11l W C Short. Greenville
X Frayer. Mohawk J C Gomley, It
C O Siilman, Watnonv E French, Wasn. D C
J II Brown, Los A ng F Ashland. lioston
H O'Keene, Healdsburg J Jeane, Wlnti-rj
A H Hcott. Maxwell, Cal R J Hammick, Lakeport
G W Boggs, Tracy
R M Daggett, Vacavllle W II Hamilton, Phlla
Mrs Dagsett. Vacaville E J Cate, .^t Louis
T P More, Snta Barbara G Coblens, New York
W W Dnrant, wf, S eh <fc T Derby. New Almaden
2 servants. New York A G Kushling. Ls Angeles
T A Kelly, Oneida F A Fielding, Virginia
011 Howorth, London T R CurnowA f. .^an Jose
D D Hoss. Los Angeles G W Calder. Chicsgo
HC Barrall. Spokane H O Kinir, Chicago
P Kerwln, Virginia O Austin. Washinton, D C
Mrs L Johnston, Sn Jose E Schweitzer. Chicaso
Mrs W Johnston, S Jose X T Earl 4 wf. Sacto
J a Nickel. New York S E Gill, Pittsburg ,
J J Long, Panel M L Severance. L 3 Angls
Mrs Severance <fe f,;LsJAn W P Harrington, Colusa
G Carrington <fe w, S Jose T B Bishop, Tulare
B A Manlain, Monterey L H Hatfield, Sac
W CarnDbeJl. Grs Valley J H Jamison, Oakland
A S Alfred * w, N V Mrs Dr Frank, Snta Cruz
F W Vaiile, Portlani Mrs W H Lindyer. Sac
G A Smith, Portland E C L.ove, Riverside
G D McLean, Grass Valy W C Lfghe, Mttdera
8 F. Biddle, Hanford Mrs F Doud, Monterey
Miss M Doud, Monterey II E Falk, Lincoln
S A Jones, San Jose Dr <t MrsT W Dresser,
U C Apperson & w, Santa Sprincfie!d, 111
Clara R R I-iuimcre <fe w, Al-
C B Luff. Petaluma maden mii:e
F Eliis <fe w. San Jose T Dougall <fe w, Mryavlle
B Dougall, Marysville T C Wood, Suisun
S M Sargent, Santa Cruz
NEW WESTERN HOTEL.
Mrs B Allison, Bolinas G B Holt, Cal
S T Curtis. St Paul J W Ellsworth, Cal
J J Fitch & wf. Loomis Miss Browton, Loomls
Mrs Berg <* tf, Eureka C Frost, San Jose
C Sanborn, San Jose J Lucy, Pa
Aug Warner, Fresno Charles Meyer, N V
W McKinnon, N V D Leahy, Cal
S S Cederberg. Hanford T Wells, Boston
B L Love, Vallejo L B Jones, Vullejo
B B Booth. Vallejo Miss L Love, Vallejo
J B Johnson. Napa A W Woods, Napa
B B Long, St Louis L J Luck, Bos'.on
B L Woods, Boston C C Foot, Boston
H L Smith, San Rafael J H Roberts, Stcto
F S Carter, Vallejo W R Clark & fam, Cal
T. P McCormack, Salem a A Brown, San Jose
J Cnld-vveli, Nevada City Mrs C 1 Oliver. San Jose
F Zellnsky, St Helena E Schweitzer, Chicago
W H Bresette. st Louis Geo Barrie. Boston
J G Jerry, San Jose M Gilbert, Modesto
J V Kelly, Sana Clara W A Lapham, N V
F F Cobb <fe w, Stockton Harry Bennett, N V
J R Wood, Vallejo Mrs 11 Bennett, N V
SAN FRANCISCO "CALL."
BUSINESS OFFICE of the Ran Francisco Cali^
?3»'r Market street, open until 12 o'ckoclc every
nlfht ir; the year.
BRANCH OFFICES-530 Montgomery street,
relay: open cntll 9:30 o'clock.
fSf Hayes street, open until 0:30. o'clock.
717 Larkin street, open until 9:30 o'clock.
tw. corner Sixteenth and Mission streets, open
crtll f o'clock.
IMt- Mission street, open nntil 9 o'clock.
116 Ninth street, open until 9:30 o'clock.
KOTICK OF lIKETINGS.
Wt^S* CALIFORNIA LODGE NO. 1.F.& o
IS-£f A. M.. win meet this (THURS- /*
DAY) EVENING, Anz. 29, at 7 :30 o'clock. "W 7?
Third degree. By order of Iho Muster. / >^ r >
FRANKLIN H. DAY, Secretary.
CtrS= DORIC LODGE NO. 216, F. &A. ft
S^S^ M.. 1« Eddy St.— Called meeting g\
THIS EVENING at 7:30 o'clock. Second^£%T
degree. Sojourning brethren are Invited. /SyN
By order of the W. M.
ADOLPH KRONBEKG. Secretary.
ff^S* NOE RANCHO PROPERTY OWNSBBJ
w-^ Attention— A mass meeting of property own-
ers affecu-d by the Noe suit will be held a: Duven-
eck's Hall, Church and Twenty- fourth streets, on
THURSDAY EVENING, 29th inst,, at 8 o'clock.
GEORGE D. SMADBURNE,
On Behalf of Property Owners.
ETS 3 ANNUAL MEETING— THE ANNUAL
I*^ meetinc of tbe stockholders of the Sutro
Railroad Co.. for the election of directors for the en-
suing year and the transaction of such other busi-
ness as may come before the meeting, will be held
at the office of the company, 30 Montgomery block,
San Francisco, Cal., on THURSDAY. Aug. 29,
1885, at 2 o'clock p. m.
WM. C. LITTLE, Secretary.
Or-*' Kooms 8 and 9, 121 Montgomery st.
BK2r» WINDOWS CjIEAN ED AND FLOORS
m~& scrubbed; reasonable rates: payment for
damages cuaranteed. C. ROSSI <fc CO., 242 Sutter.
It^S GOLD MINES WANTED: GIVE FULL
ib<£r description and most favorable terms. Ad-
dress A., box 157, this office.
sKS 3 BAD TENANTS- EJECTED FOR $4.
*-*' Collections made, city or country.. Pacific
Collection Co., 415 Montgy st.. room 6. Tel. 5580.
CORNS REMOVED WITHOUT KNIFE;
m*& _no pain. Chiropodic Ir.«tttute, 361^ Geary.
CK§=» ROOMS WHITENED.
t*>J!«' ed S3 50 no. 309 Sixth. Georse Hartman.
lE^g 3 ELECTRIC AND MEDICATED BATHS
tS^^ 1 20 V2 Geary st.. room 11; houra 10 to 10:
$1; formerly 121 Montgomery, rooms 6 and 10.
jf^=» YOTN «i JEWISH LADY GIVES
E*-^ electric baths. Offices 47-48, 850 Market st.
Ffc^S 3 LADY WISHES GENTS' GLOVES AND
l»^& neckties to clean. Room 9, 2 d floor. 122 I'osr.
pOMPETENT SECOND GIRL, WITH REFEB-
\J ence, desires a situation. J. *'. CROSETT <fc
CO., 312 Sutter st.
G1 ERMAN YOUNG LADY. SPEAKS FRENCH
» or English, would like position as lady's maid
or would assist with ohildrtn traveling to'Europe-
references. Call before September 5, afternoons, at
903 Valencia st.
pESPECTABLE PROTEBTANT GIRL
J.V wishes situation to do general housework:
wages $16. CaU 91 Sutter St., bet. Leaven worth
T ADY, EDUCATED AND WITH GOOD
XJ business qualifications, wants situation as
saleswoman In a small store; country town pre-
ferred. Address Postoffice box 550, Sacramento
"OUNG WIDOW, REFINED, STKANGErT
would travel as companion, take full charce of
hotel or rooming-house, or would care for invalid
or children: good seamstress; reference. Z.. box
110. Call Office. *
G1 OOD COOK WANTS A SITUATION IN
T hotel or boarding-house; is a good baker: best of
references. Call or address 277 Stevenson st.,
R" ESPECTABLE GERMAN LADY WANTS
situation as working housekeeper or place of
trust: city or country. Address 67 Clementina st,,
near Second, rear, upstairs.
SITUATION WANTED BY , FIRST-CLASS
O cook in private bouse, or as pastry cook in
hotel: good wages; best reference. Address G. 1.,
box 17, CaU. ■
C COMPETENT WOMAN ISHES SITUATION
) to do general housework In American family;
good cook; wages ? 15; in the city. M. A., box a"l,
Call Office. •■ ; „;
"L" fONABLE DRESSMAKER WISHES A
J. few more engagements by tbe day: terms rea-
sonable. Call or address MISB X., 405 Geary st.,
GIIRL WISHEB POSITION AS WORKING
vj housekeeper: city or country; bestof city ref-
er?nce«. CaU 226 Tw< nty-eightn st.
BRMA-N WOMAN, GOOD COOK,' WISHES
VJ a situation; wa es $26. Address 613 Mission
St., Montgomery House.
SITUATION WANTED BY FIRST-CLASS
JT a U M: wages not less than $20; can give
good reference. U. 1., box 93, Call.
yOUNG WUKSE GIRL FROM DENMARK
ohJW, 1 ? 11 1 " Amer!can house; wages no
object. Call 16 Va Sumnergt. .
YOUNG GERM A WOMAN WISHES A RlT-
■*• uation as housekeeper or to do general house-
work. Address ETerettst.. n arThud.
BY CHAMBERMAID AND LAUNDRESsI
city reference. Call or address 646 Valencia st.
A M IC AN WOMAN WISHES LIGHT
housework for small family or care of invalid •
city or country. Address B. \\., 330 Ellis st. ; -'■■
HO KEEPER OB COOK ~i OB MEN
wanted by reHable woman: city or country
CaU or address 63« Clay at., rooms 12 and 13; '
IT CATIONS \VANTED-Contlnued.
Y OUNG girl wants situation to DO
X light housework. Apply 606 Fell su
p ERMAN GIRL WISHES SITUATION TO DO
VX general housework. 102y 3 " Twenty-third St.,
cor. York. - .
"\1 IDDLE-AGKD SWEDISH WOMAN WISHES
1»J wor-c by the day ■washing, ironing or house-
cleaDinc:. W. M., 37^ Kausch st. .
\\ IDDLE-AGED WOMAN WANTS A BITUA-
-I>X tion to do cookina: and light housework; small
wages. ■ 264V3 Tehama st. ..■-•*"
TTOUSEKEEPER— YOUNG WOMAN WISHES
XX position as housekeeper or chamberwork:
would go to the country. Call or address C. L., 319
Ellis St., rcom 16.
pOMPETENT woman WISHES places to
\J do washing and housecieaninz by the. day. Ad-
dress or call 21 Sherwood pi., off Third-
SEAMSTRESS. ACCUSTOMrJD TO ALL KIN
O of family sewing, will go out by the day. Ad-
dress S., box 47, this office.
p EKMAN GIRL WANTS PLACE TO DO GEN-
VX eral housework; small family: wages $10 to
$12. Address G. G., box 101, Call.
pOMPETENT WOMAN WANTS HOUSE-
\J work or cooking: good laundress. Call or ad-
dress S. H.. 439 Seventeenth st. -
q ITUATION WANTED BY a YOUNG \vo-
k^ man; cooking and housework; American fam-
ily; lty reference. Apply 1608y Sacramento st.
YOUNG MARRIED WOMAN WA NTs WORK
X bytl.e<lay: washing, ironing and houseclean-
ing, or plain sewing; $1 per day. Call at 54 Ship-
ley st., In rear.
r"essj.Faker, first CLASS, WANTS FEW
more engagements by the day. Address D. D.
D., box 119, Call Office. .-■
ESPECTABLE YOUNG WOMAN WISHES A
position as housekeeper with her child; good,
cook; reference. Call or address 31 Sanchez su
TTIRENCH LADY WISHES A PLACE IN
J widow lady's or widower's family preferred: a
reliable housekeeper: good seamstress: city or
country. Address it. C, box 109, Call Office.
WONTED-SITUATION BY A FIRST-CLASS
11 nurse and seamstress. A. G., box 8. Call Office.
p ERMAN GIRL WANTS SITUATION TO DO
VX cooking Rnd housework. Call 2208 Fillmore
st. ; French Laundry. ... •
pOMPETKNT MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN
V wishes situation to do general-housework; is a
good cook: will work for moderate wages: city or
short distance in country. 27 1 Fourth st.
BSPONSIBLK MARRIED WOMAN WANTS
It cere of rooms or housekeeping in exchange for
rent: good references. Address it. U. A., box 46,
IDOW WANTS A PLACE ON A RANCH;
'» has a child 4 years ola; understands ranch
work : good reference given. Apply 837 Folsom.
"\\r ANTED— SITUATION AS WETNURSE BY
" young married woman; good references. 168
Second st., Oakland.
Y OUNG" WIDOW WOULD LIKE PLAIN SEW-
X ing or mending. 144 Fifth st.. room 6.
p ERMAN GIRL WISHES situatioit in
VX school or Institution to do sewing and mending,
or second work. Address MiNA BATIZE. P. 0.,
branch X, s. F.
TBAC HAVING 10 YEARS' EXPERI-
X ence in the. public schools desires a position as
governess in private family: music and French;
best references. Address G. N., box 105, Call.
p ERMAN GI XL WANTS PLACE IN PRIVATE
VX family to do chamberwork and sewing; Is a
good seamstress. Call 138 Eddy su
. l,\ IDOW WISHES A POSITION AS HOUSE-
'" keeper in a small family: is a good plain
cook. . Address W., box 34, Cal! Office.
R HFINED YOUNG WIDOW FROM THE EAST
XX would like any kind of sewing or mending; sat-
isfaction guaranteed. Call 119 Ninth st., room 2,
\\r INCHESTER HOUSE— 44 THIRD. NEAP.
»» Market: 200 rooms. 25c to $1 50 per night:
$1 50 to $6 per week; convenient and respectable.
pAPABLE AND EXPfcRIENCfcTiTAMFTRICAN
Vj woman v.nns a position as housekeeper; city
or country: reierences exchanged. Address A. 8.,
S2Bn Haight st.
TJUK»T-CLASS DRESSMAKER WANTS A
X 1 situation; good cutter and fitter. Address B. 8.,
box 21, Call.
ENTLEMEN'S MENDING DONE BY A
young Spanish lady. 235 O'Farrell st., room 8.
NCHESTER HOUSE, 44 THIRD. NEAR
'» Market, electric lights In every room; 200
room: 25c to $1 50 per night: $1 60 to $6 per wee k .
SITUATIONS V\ AXTKD-MALE.
pA Fil >ENER^"(ScXNI)INANfANr"wI^HE^
VX situation In private family; understands
hor.-e-i. coivs ai.d driving; best of city references.
Ad Iress A. B. C, dox 21, Call Office .
pROCERY CLERK — YOUNG MAN 23
VX would like position in grocery store speaks
German; best references. MILLER, 1037M| Mar-
ket st. .
YOUNG MAN, 21. WANTS SITUATION AT
X anything: unders ands packing: steady and
sober: good references. J. PURCt-LL, 122 Tenth
RACTICAL HOUSE-PAINTER, WITH
X tools, wants work by the day or take contract:
will work cheap. W. C, 3021 Pine st.
VCJUNG DANE WANTS SITUATION AS
X dishwasher or any kind of night work. Address
1211% Bush st.
ALE T AND EXPERIENCED INVALID'S
V a:-tendant: thoroughly used to traveling;
speaks French, German and English; can shave;
single; best of European and Palace Hotel refer-
ences. K. G., box 93, Call Office.
YOUNG MAN, EXPERIENCED ON PRIVATE
X places and hotels, desires employment in city
or country. Address A. 8., box 34, Call Office.
YOUNG MARRIED MAN (GERMAN) WITH
I X best references and knows the city well, wants
a situation at aiiyiliing; understands packin;; irt.-t 1
work was as laundry driver, Address H. P., 342
p ERMAN, AGE 26, WISHES A POSITION AS
VX coachman: is a good driver and thoroughly un-
derstands care of horses; can furnish good refer-
ence. E., box 34, Call Office.
YOUNG MAN, 20, WANTS SITUATION: CAN
X drive team, milk, and «io cardenlng: good hand
with horses; wages $15. S. V., box 34, Call Office.
YOUNG MAN WITH 2 YFAKS IN BARBER
X trade wishes steady work. Barber, box 78, Call.
SITUATION WAN TE D BY A GERMAN-
O American coachman and gardener, 35 years of
age: can milk; know* the city well: reference;
reasonable wag»-s. Address Situation, Postofflcc,
North Temescal. .
T AUNDRYMAN, SHIRT - IRONER, TYLER
X-J and Troy machine polisher, wishes situation.
Address J. H. W., 1317 Mission st.
TEADY RELIABLE MAN WISHES SITUA-
tion as porter or night watchman ; strictly sober,
married mau: references. Address 3^2 Third st.
WANTED— ENERGETIC MAN, SPECIAL
»» or regular line on commission for city and
country trade. Address Agent, box 88. Call Office.
YOUNG MAN, 22 YEARS, WISHES SITUA-
X tion to do light porter work or assistant ship-
ping clerk. • W. BARK, 425 Twenty-third St., near
YOUNG MAN WANTS A SITUATION AT
X anything: understands packing: steady and
sober: good references. J. PURCELL, 122 Tenth
YOUNG MAN (SCANDINAVIAN) WANTS
X work of any kind; am sober and industrious;
can do almost anything; wages no object. Address
Y. M., box 49, Call Office.; •
UATION WANTED BY A MALE NURSE
O to take nare of Invalid; has experience in ner-
vous diseases. Addreas M. F., 907 Folsom st.
■ <2» 1 9 WILL BE PAID TO ANY ONE WHO
i.—i will find a youth v good permanent situ-
ation in an office or shop of any description. Ad-
dress P. V., box 103, Call Office. ■ .;■
ITUATION WANTED-MIDDLE-AG ED MAN
for private family; good all-round man; small
wagei; good reference. W. X., box 34, Call.
SOBER LAUNDRYMAN, 15 YEARS' EX-
O perlence in hand laundry, wishes a situation at
washing or ironing: reasonable wages: city or
country. Address A. V., box 57, this office.
AKER — FIRST-CLASS BREAD BAKER
wants situation. . Address 8., box 91, this office.
SOBER AND STEADY YOUNG MAN WANTS
position a3 porter in store or. wholesale house.
Address G. L., 772y 2 Harrison st.
ELIABLE BOY. 15 YEARS OF AGE,
wisheswork; willing and obliging. Address 8
V GARDENER (GERMAN) OF EXPERI-
ence; first-class references: understands tend-
Ing greenhouses. C. P., box 46, Call Office.
\\ ' ANTED— BY MAN WORK OF ANY KIND;
»i can handle horses: Is sober and industrious;
can furnish best of references, and is desirous of
an early engagement. AddressC. H., 912y Pierce.
SITUATION WANTED BY FOREMAN: UN-
O derstands farming in all its branches: good
housekeeper; flrst-clbss references. Address Fore-
man, box S3, Call Office.
IKMAIX HEI,P WANTED. . V'
pHAMBERM A ID PLa7n^67Jntlvy~H<>
\J tel, $15; 2 girls same country hotel, $15
each, fare paid: ranch cook. Woodland, 20; res-
taurant waitress, country. $25: cooks, honsework
cirls, chambermaids and waitresses can find places
at MURRAY & READY'S, 634 and 636 Clay st.
WANTED - COOK, PRIVATE BOARDING-
■»T house, $25: German hotel cook, $36; cook,
wash ai.d Iron, American family, $25; 2 Protes-
tant and German nurses, $20 and $25: 3 Protes-
tant and German second g;rls. $20. and girls for
cooking xr.d housework In city and country. J. F
CROSETT. & CO., 312 Sutter st. -
ANTED — SECOND GIRL, A SHORT PIS-
»T tance; $20: iris for cooking »nd iiouseworic
in Oakland, Berkeley, Alameda, Belvedere. Bel-
mont, Colusn, Snn Raiai'l, Kedwood City and other
surroiinriing towns. $20 and $25. I J. F. CROSETT
CO., 312 Satter st. .
ECOND COOK, SHUKT DISTANCE IN
country, fare paid. $30, see party here ; board-
Inp-boase cook, city, $25; German cook, small
family, $30; general housework girls.Mar'lnez and
Turlock-. $20; neat young B.vedish girl, family of
three, $18. C. R. HANSEN <fc CO., 110 G<ary su
ri OOD" PLAIN COOK FOR INSTITUTION;
VI $25 ; first-class waitress, city, hotel. $20; ; wa't-
ress for country hotel, $20. C. R. HANSEN &
CO.. lIP Ueary st. - "
W" ANTED — KXPERIKNCKP WOMAN TO
>» sev. furs. MM!.. LEOPOLD, 957 Market st.
PROTESTA NT GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE-
X work; washing and ironing: wages t2O. Ap-
ply 1705 Oak St., bet. 9 and 11 a. k. "
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, THURSDAY, AUGUST 29, 1895.
HEtP WANTED— Continued. _ _
ookT~boXrd i ng-fiouseTli 'i&T~ second
girl, $25; German cook, $35; housekeeper, $20; !
waitress, city hotel, $20; 10 honsework girls, city
and country, $20 and $25: 3 young girls, assist,
$10 to $15. MISS CULLKN, 105 Stockton st.
p ERMAN OR SWEDISH woman, COUNTRY
Ijr housework; $20: fare paid. MISS CULLEN
105 Stockton st. '•
O HOUSEWORK GIRLS, CONTRA COSTA
L County; $20 and $15. MISS CULLEN, 105
OOK— SAUSALITO, TWO MONTHS; $25.
MISS CULLEN, 105 Stockton st. . -/-
WAITRESS-HOTEL, MENLO: $20. MISS
11 CULLEN, 106 Stockton st. -■■:.
TRtSH COOK— JEWISH FAMILY: $25. " MISS
1 CULLEN, 105 Stockton st.
P IRL CARE ONE CHILD,SI2; sleep home!
VX MISS CULLEN, 105 Stockton st.
T~ WO NEAT GERMAN GIRLS FOR SECOND
work and sewing. $20; house girl, 2 In family,
$25; cook. $30; 4 house girls, $20; young girl to
assist in small rooming house, $12: 2 girls. $15;
waitress, $25: cook. Santa Cruz Mountains, $30:
house girl. Eureka, $20; cook, city, 25. Call 332
WEDISH HOME EMPLOYMENT OFFICE".
llio Antonia off Jones, near Ellis.
p IKL FOR LIGHT HOUSEWORK; COUNTRY
VX town; $20; no washing; see party .here; one
that can speak German preferred. Apply 609
Kearny st., room 8.
WANTED— YOUNG GIRL TO ASSIST AT
»» general housework; German SDokeh. 20 Al-
bion aye.. bet. Sixteenth and Seventeenth, Valen-
tla and Guerrero sts. ' .' • -■:•..
pOMPETENT CHAMBERMAID, WAITING
\J and sewing: reference. .Address G. R., box 2,
WA N T ED-LADY AGENTS FOR A NEW
' » enterprise; easily sold and can make $4 and
$5 a day. Addrts.s S., box 8, Call.
"WANTED— YOUNG GERMAN GIRL FOR
' ' light housework ; small family : wages $10, 22
John st., between Powell and Mason.
A PPRENTICE (URLS PAID WHILE LEARN-
-tt- ing. ALBERT MUELLER & CO., 723 Mar-
ketst. .. ■ .
T ADIES TAUGHT HAIRDRESSING, MANI-
XJ curing, face treatments: moderate. MRS.
BUTLER, 131 Post St., r. 20, _^^
ANTED— MAKEK AT MILLINERY. 248
»» Sixth st. ■
'"PROTESTANT GIRL FOR GENERAL HOCSE-
X work; $10. 1412 Mission st. '
GIRL TO ASSIST HOUSEWORK. CALL
after 9 a. m. 6241/4 Lagiina st.
LADY TO ATTEND BAKERY; EXPF/Rl-
enced preferre;l. 1127 Twentj--sixth st.
PIANO LESSONS BY THOROUGHLY
X schooled artist: lessons 25c. 617 Jones st. ,
(GERMAN GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE-
I work: plain cooktne. Apply 801 Scott St.
p IRL FOR UPSTAIRS WORK AND TO wait
VX at table. 1307 Hyde at.
"nroif an WORK IN KITCHEN; SLEEP
» » home; coffee-house. 324 I>arkin st.
\\r ANTED— FIRST-CLASS PANTS-FINISH-
* er. 641 Market st.
\\r ANTED-GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOUSE-
T' 1 work. Apply at 1709 Gough st.
T\r ANTED — EXPERIENCED WAITRESS
»T for restaurant; wages $6 week. 717V2Howard.
OMAN FOR LIO HT "< ) USE WOR X: SM ALL
family; wages $10. 104 Fillmore.
ANTED— LADIES FOR LIGHT OUT-
door work: will pay competent persons S3 50
a day. Apply 329 Fourth St., upstairs.
pOMPETENT GERMAN GIRL, second
\J work, sewing, care prown children; city refer-
ences. Forenoon, 2511 ' Pacific aye.
p IRL WHO SPE AKS MAN, IN A SMALL
VX family without children; wages $12. 1432
O'Farrell st. •
WANTED— ENERGETIC YOUNG OR MlD-
'»' dle-a;edman: permanent employment: must
have $40 cash. Address P. E., box 70, Call Office.
RIGHT LADY AGENTS WANTED: CAN
make from $3 to $5 per day. 1 Polk, room 21.
"VT E"AT r GIRL~ FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK
-L> and assist with children. 2394 Howard st.
YOUNG WOMAN TO 'HELP IN KITCHEN
J. and npstalrs. 1017 Battery st.
w"ante"d-neat young GIRL FOR gen-
TT <m housework: wages $15. 1320 Octavia.
GIRLS TO WAIT AT TABLE IN SALOON
0 In country: good wages. 1 Fifth St.. room 30.
W ANTED— TAILORESS ON CUSTOM
*» coats at 5091 <j Natoma st.
YOUNG GIRL TO ASSIST LIGHT house-
X work and care of children. 2303 Devisaderost..
HOE-IatTERS WANTED— 2 FIRST-CLASS
0 vamper*; first-class position for capable hands.
Apply G. W. KUTZ <fc CO., 105 Mission st.
pESPECTABLE GIRL, GENERAL house-
Xt work, nazes $15. Apply 3221 Brlggs aye.,
Alameda, High-st. station.
\\r ANTED Lm"me"diately - LADIES TO
'» learn millinery under competent teachers. 234
Taylor st. : . ...
IRLS TO LEARN DRESSMAKING, CUT-
tinu, fitting and finishing: patterns cut to fit,
25c. McDOWELL, 213 Powell st.
"IirANTED— TEACHERS OtTT OF EMPLOY-
*» ment to canvass for educational p«rlodlcals.
WHITTAKEIt & RAY CO.. 723 Market st.
W INCHESTER HOUSE, 4ITTHrRD. NEAR
'» Market: electric lights in every room: 200
rooms; 25c to $1 60 pr night; $1 50 to $6 per week.
LTP-TO-DATE SYSTEM OF DRESS-CUTTING;
J actual measurements. 14 McAllister, room 67.
MOST CONVENIENT AND RESPECTABLE:
Winchester House, 44 Third st., near Market;
200 rooms,2sc tosl s<)pr night :$1 50 to $6 pr week
TTiRENCH ACCORDIAN-PLEATING. FINK-
J- Ing, stamping, patent, button-holes. 137 Sixth.
RENCH ACCORDION PLEATING: TAILOR-
J made suits; $7; perfect fit. 118 McAllister st.
PROFES R LIVINGSTONS DRESSCUT-
tInL r^ -.(I mak Ing school: a.l branches. 702 Sutter.
MALE HELP WANTED. "
Brys and men to pick crapes, dry and box raisins,
work in packing i.nd drylu«c-houses; three to four
months' work: $30 per month and found. MUR-
RAY <fc READY, 634 and 636 Clay st.
WHEELWRIGHT — SEE BOSS HERE":
"» driver for a milk wagon: 2 milkers, $25: 10
woodchoppers: 2cooperj. MURRAY <ft READY,
634 hni 636 Clay st.
L' A I : MKR ANrTwiFK. ALAMEDA COUNTY:
-C 10 farmers, $26; 15 laborers. $20 to $26. MUR-
KAY & READY, 634 and 638 Clay st.
WO WAITERS, SAME COUNTRY HOTEL.
$25 a;id found; 3 waiters, $30: 4 cooks, $40 to
$60. MURRAY <fc READY, 634 and 036 Clay st.
ANTED— IO MEN TO PICK GKAPES, $1 A
» » day and board 3 carpenters for country, $2 50
and $3 a day, long job: shop butchers, $30 and
found: c'uoremen, $15 and $20: teamsters, $45 and
$1 50 a day. and Others. Apply to J. F. CROSETT
<fc CO.. 628 Sacramento st.
WANTED-HOTEL COOK. COUNTRY, $60
" to $70; 2 ranch cooks. $15 and $20; second
cook, country restaurant, $20 and found; tamale-
maker, $20 and found: short-order cook, country,
$30 and found : waiters, and others. Apply to J. F.
CROSETT & CO., 628 Sacramento st.
WANTED TO-DAY— SO TEAMSTERS FOR
» 1 railroad work; $1 75 a day and free fare. C.
R. HANSEN & CO., 110 Geary st. .
1 C TRACKLAYERS FOR A NEW ROAD:
1.0 $1 75 a day; see bO3S here. C. R. HANSEN
<feCO., 110 Geary st. ' ■ ; ■-
"I7IRRAND-BOY WHO LIVES WITH HIS
Xj parents for our office. C. R. HANSEN <t CO.,
110 Geary st. - ,
9 MORE JACKSCREWERS for THE
mv woods, $25 and fjund, see boss here: experi-
enced crane man for a steam shovel, see boss here;
coat-cutter, city: 6 quartz-miners. $3 a day: stick-
er-hand, $3 day: carpenter, country, $2 60 a day.
C. R. HANSEN & CO., 110 Geary st. i
QA GRAPE-PICKERS, $1 PER day AND
OU found. C. R. HANSEN & CO., 110 Geary st.
9A TEAMSTERS AND LABORERS FOR
£\J railroad work; free fare. C. R. HANSEN &
CO., 110 Geary st. •
PABTBY COOK AND BAKER, $65 TO $70: 2
X waiters, country hotel, $30 and $20. see boss
here, call early. CR. HANSEN «t CO., 110 Geary.
I l\ DRILLERS AND HAMMER MEN, ROCK
X\.f work. $32 50 and board: butter-maker. $30;
milker, $25: 2 farm hands, $20; shon batcher.
city, $35 aid found; sta^e driver, $60: scraper
teamsters, $26 nnd boa-d: grape pickers, $20. R.
T. WARD& CO., 608 and 610 Clay st.
WANT ED— FRENCH OR~ENGLISH CHAM-
bermaid, small country hotel, $25; American
cook, $40: German second girls, $25 and $20;
French ironer, $25; I German I and Swedish house-
work girls. LEON ANDRE, 316 Stockton St.; / •
W ANTED-2 WAITERS, COUNTRY HOTEL,
'» $30 and $20, see boss early; carpenter, s3 a
day: boy for sore. $15 and board, etc. LEON
ANDKE. 315 Stockton st.
.WANTED— SHOP BUTCHER FOR CITY, 830
" and found; German butcher, ■city, $30 and
found: also farmers, laborers, teamsters, men to
pick grapes, cooks, waiters and dishwashers: boy
apprentice, $3 per w^ek and increase. W. iv
EWER * CO., 626 Clay st. . ,
1 A LABORERS, MARKET ST., $1 50, WEEK-
X\J Iv pay; 5 teamsters, $26 and board 15 labor,
era, $20 and board: 3 Inborero, Geary St., $26.
Apply 51 Third St., room 81. : - -, ,■•■;-_-
-"I\TANTEP-FIBST-CLASS CLOTHING MAN.
»» Apply WEINSTOCK, LUBIN & CO.. 523
Market St., upstairs, between 1 and 2 p.m..
ANTED— YOUNG MAN WITH EXPErT-
ence in selling domestic cotton goods. Apply
to WEINSTOCK, LUBIN & CO., 523 Market St., |
upstairs, from 1 to 2 p. m. . ■ 1
"ANTKD-1 TO SUPERINTEND A LAUN-
»» dry employing from 150 to 200 hands: must
be f»milinr with all the details of a laundry. Ad- i
dressjjivlng references, R.. box; 29, c;all Office." r-.j ;
A TED— "TAILOR "TO WORK BY THE ;
»' week : make cont, vest nnd pants. NELSON,
The Tailor, Fcrndale. Cal. ; "
1 y ANTE D— ENERGETIC; YOUNO. OH MII>-
•'1 die-aged man; permanent employment: must •
have $40 cash. P. E.. box 70, Call Office. ■'.- : . 1
9 waiters, $35. hotel gazette, 420 i
Kearny st. :•,;:-■-'. ' \ ■ :•■ • '
"ANTED— DISHWASHER AT KEIDY'S
" Hotel, 1 604 Kentucky st., Potrero. ; . . <
■. ;■■ ■"■■'■■■■.. . t■ ; - .^'- -
_ _ HKLP . TED— Contlnned.
OUNG GERMAN TO^VORir^isrSALOON.
X Geary and Leavenworth sts. Call at 1 p. M.
"CURST-CLASS CARRIAGE-SMITH; STEADY
-£job. LARKINS A CO., 638 Howard st. -.' ■- V- ■
C"1 OOD BARBER FOR FRIDAY and sat
T day. > 43y a Third st. - ■
FIRST-CLASS COATMAKER; INSIDE. 12
J Leldesdorn* st. • .- ..-,-■ ; -•.-.■■■
HELP WANTED AT DRESSMAKING AT 420
Larkin. corner Turk.
W ANTED— FIRST-CLASS pants PRES3-
-» » man at 541 Market. .:.....-. .
GOOU ROUGH CARPENPEK WANTED:
state wages expected. Address D., box 54, Call.
*p OA T M AX E R FOR COUNTRY. APPLY
V REISB BROTHERS, 24 Sutter st.
WASHER WANTED. 108 FOURTH ST.
T^ISHWASHER WANTED. 609 POST ST~
\J lower floor. • , ' ' .'■•..
OY, UNDERSTANDING DELIVERY OF
milk in city: reference. 2126 Mission su
WAITER FOR COFFEE SALOON. 8 HAVES
' » street.
MAN TO WORK ABOUT KITCHEN. 1135
Oak st. _____^
p OOD UPHOLSTERER FOR WORK IN Ex-
VX change for room rent. 922 Post.
OARBER-SHOP FOR SALE, CHEAP. 1020
X) Scott st.
pCMPETENT MAN TO RENT NING-
\J room nice, boarding-house. E., box 6, Ca'.l.
(_T£A PARTNER WANTED; INDOOR
tjpXUU. business: $15 to $25 per week clear:
roust be steady, reliable man to oversee wonc. 9
Geary St., room 2.
ARBER-SHOP FOR SALE CHEAP; GOOD
"XJ fixtures: moke offer. ; 1155 H«ward st.
ANTKD— YOUNG UNMARRIED MAN AH
»» grocery clerk with good references. G. D., box
60, Call Office. ■ . ,
WANTED — A THOROUGH FURNISIIING-
coods salesman; references required. Address
P. O. box 109. Stockton, Cal.
ARBER-SHOP FOR SALE; RUNNING 3
X> chairs: good location. Call lSl«y 3 Powell St.,
second floor. ■■•■■■ •
ARBERS— A GOOD SHOP FOR SALE ON
X) Market st. ; owner going into other business.
Apply this office.
BKST S-CHAIR TRANSIT BARBEK-SHOP JN
X> city; no rent. For purtlculars apply J. 27 Eday.
TIVE-MKN WANTED FOR LIGHT OUT-
.1 J door work: will pay competent person $3 50 a
day. Apply at store, 328 Seventh st.
i/mekgetic man for A i;isinesspropo-
XJ sltion. Address W. 8., Call Office.
ANTED IMMEDTATELY-4 PISHES AND
Class beer: sc. MRS. DAILY, 619 Merchant.
\\rANTED— STRONG BOY ABOUT 16 OR 17
'» to work In saloon. S., box 47, Call.
|3 ARBER-SHOP — ACCOU OF DEPART-
1J ure; bargain if sold thi3 week. 246 Ninth.
ARBER-SHOP, THREE CH A I RS, FOlf S A I E
i) cheap: good location. Apply to Employment
Secretary Barbers' Association of S. F., 12 Seventh.
ARBERS, FOR EMPLOYMENT CALL SEC.
Barbers' Ass., 12 Seventh. H. BCHKUNSRT.
OZART, 319 ELLIS, NEAR TAYLOK— IOO
. newly furnished rooms, 25c nisrht; $1 25 week.
AItBEKS' PROTECTIVE UNION EMPLOY-
ment secretary. CONRAD TROKLL, 657 Clay.
CARD TO TJIHfTuBLIC— RICHARDS RES-
' taurant. 317 Fourth St.. open all nipht.
OOD LIVE tcT"s f. ll- household
goods on Installment; big Inducements to good
men. C. F. ADAM CO., 156 Fifth st.
TRY ACME HOUSE, 957 mXiTkKT ST., BE-
low Sixth, for a room ; 25c a night ; $1 a week.
LECTRIC LIGHTS in EVERY ROOM.
U Winchester House,44 Third su, nr.Market: 200
rooms: 25c per night; convenient and respectable
\\ r INCHESTER HOUSE. 44 THIRD, Mt,
'» Market: 200 rooms: 25cani£ht: reftdlnsr-room.
EN'S SHOES V2-SOLKD. 40c: HEELS, 25c; |
done In 15 minutes. 635 Kearny St.. basement.
XV ANIED— MEN WHO DO NOT RECEIVE
* i their wages to place accounts with us ; law and
commercial collection: no rlinrze unless successful.
KNOX COLLECTION AGENCY. 110 Slitter, r 4.
09 1 ELLIS, ROSED ALE— ROOMS 26c TO SOo
*J--' X a night; $1 to $3 a week; open a!l night.
HOES SOLED 15 MINUTES; WHILE YOU
wait; half usual price. 959 Howard, 409 Pine.
WHAT CHEER HOUSE, 629 BACRAM.ENTO
" » St.; 100 outside rooms; best spring beds: single
rooms 20c a day; $1 a week: meals, 10c.
T7IREE BEER: BEST IN CITY; 2 SCHOONERS
X 1 for 6 cents at 228 Pacific st. •. ».
T INDELL HOUSE, 6TH AND HOWARD— !
XJ single furnished rooms, 75c week, 16c night.
9S-CENT DINNERS FOR 10 CENTS TO-DAY j
—»J at 44 Fourth su : no humbug.
WANTED-MEN TO GET BOTTLE SHARP
>» steam beer, sc : bottle wine, 6c. 609 Clay st. '
ANTED— ROOMS. 15c A DAY $ 1
week ; rooms for two, 25c it day, $1 60 a week;
reading room- dally papers. 3ft Clay st. ■ j
VJ HOES HALV-SOLED vIX . 10 MINUTES: !
0 done while you wait: at less than half the usual j
price; all repa!; ing done at half price; work guur- :
anteed. 662 Mission st., bet. First st. unri Second St. ■
W" ANTED— LABORERS A N MECHANICS
»» to know that Ed Rolkin, Reno House proprie-
tor, still runs Denver House, 217 Third St.; 150
laree rooms: 25c per night; $1 to $3 per week.
"1 AA MEN TO TAKE LODGING AT 10c, 150
XUI/ and 20c a night, including coffee and roils.
624 Washington su, near Kearny.
BEST IN CIT I'— SINOLK~ROOMS. 15, 2""6~AND
25 cents per nig!it: 81, $1 25, $1 60 per week.
P&clfic House .Commercl&t and Lcidesdorff sts.
lvU nearly new, 25c to $1 25. 5C2 Mission st.
A WEEK'S NEWS FOR 6 CENTS — THE
_ WEEKLY CALL. In wrapper, for nm-.ling.
AGENTS WANTED— MONEY MADE SELL-
-i-»- lng Liquid Electricity; - sure cure for rheuma-
t!s:n and neuralgia. 918 Market, room 22, 3d floor.
A GENTS WANTED. 342 MCALLISTER ST.
XX ■ - '-...■,
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 Sansotne st. . j
pALIFORNIA MUTUAL BENEFIT SOCIETY j
\J wants cood agentß to work its accident and J
sick insurance; liberal Inducements offered. J. j
W. HANNA, Secretary, Murphy building.
T IBERAL INDUCEMENTS TO GOOT> CAN-
XJ vesaers. WILLSON <fe CLARK, 3 Hardie place.
p ITY StftICITORS, SALARY AND COMMIS-
\.) slon. Baxter Portrait Co., 432 Sutter st.
AVANTED-20 MEN TO HANDLE A FAST
»' selling article; $5 to $7 per day easily made;
will pay you to investigate. Apply 22y Geary st.,
room 8, hours 10 a. m. to 12 m., 2 to 4 p. m.
AGENTS EVERYWHERE THROUGHOUT
the United States can maKe from $3 60 to $8
per day, handling the latest California invention;
everybody buys It; grand success in San Francisco:
county rights free. Address LIFORNIA PRO-
DUCTION CO.. 328 Seventh St.. S. F. -
WANTED TO-DAY-2 LIVE CANVASSERS
to Introduce horse and stock book. ED-
WARDS 7 City Hall avenue. "
U'^PE^FLATTTIa oTimTaNtTb^ATI iT^E P-
' U arate entrance; no children; rent $15; B. 8.,
box 19. Call Office.
"youTH seekTl^fTrmanent board and
I X rri : dence in private family; state terms. Ad-
dress it. 8., box 44, Call Office.
2 FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS, $8
and $10. Address H. T.. box 4, Call Office.
'" quartz mill and five concentrators; bargain.
AMOS ROBERTS, 570 Eleventh St., Oakland.
ACHINEKY FOR MANIFULATINGGREEN
1»J- coffee: give particulars. Address S. G., box
110, this office.
LEIN, 109 SIXTH ST., PAYS GOOD PRICES
for clothine. books and jewelry: postal.
/an" A A REWARD 1 FOR^RETURN, OF SCABF
i£)X\J\J pin. ruby set with diamonds: lost August
13. EDMOND HAVES, Grand Opera-House.
TOST— THURSDAY, SCOTCH COLLIE
J J shepherd dog (female) ; light brown color.
Suitable reward If returned to 628 Seventeenth st.
EiSD COLLECTION BOOK: FINDER WILL
be rewarded by retttrning to PATTERSON &
C'O.'S Express, 21 Market st.
LOST— PARROT. $10 KEWAItD IF RE-
turned to 3024 California st. . :
OST— A PASS-BOOK WITH THE HIBERNIA
Savings and Loan Socle: of Pan Francisco. in
the name of CHRISTIAN STOKKEBY, No.
168,365. The finder will please return to bank.
ADY'S PURbE CONTAINING MOIVEY,
opals and i keys. Return to 1221 O'Farrell st.
and receive reward. ..■.,.-. . .;
STRAYED OR STOLEN— RED COW 4 YEARS
O old : a springer: will calve soon. Return to 221
Church st., near Fifteenth: receive reward. ' " . ?
GIOLD CHAIN NECKLACE AT LURLINE
. « Baths Sunday morning. Return 2131 Howard;
reward. ..,■.,.■•.,-•■,;, -..■■.. ;~> .■■;■■: ..,'.■. V; :~i;:
"T OST— A PASS-BOOK WITH THE HIBERNIA
■iJ Savings and Loan Society, of Francisco,
in the name of CATHERINE AGAN, No. 1,921,.
080. The finder will please return to bank. \: -■• .-.>--■
LOBT-A PASSBOOK WITH THE HIBERNIA
Savings and Loan Society of San Francisco. In
the name of » MARGARET TOMPKINS, No.
190476. The finder will please return to bank. > . :
■ ■■•■' ■.."'■":,:■ -.V" VOUND. V-.-'. ■' ■;■■-.■:.•-:.;.:
FOUND-RED COW; LEFT EAR SPLItTTap^
ply 1528 Dolores st. :. ' ■ ;
GIAME TO PREMISES WHITE COW, RED
/neck: owner can have same by proving and
paying expenses. 14 Laldley st. " ..
FOUND-LADY'S SILVER, WATCH: OWNER
. can have same by proving property and paving
charges for this advertisement. Apply this office.
. . '. ' : ...:
TJIEAJ^bS-raETAURAPHONE WILL RE-
XJ store the hearing: invisible in the ear; cure ear
troubles. F. F. FiNLAY, 10 California St.. S. F.
LEATHER CARVING— ONLY SIX LESSONS
-i. l i l^ l 0 work - PLACIDO RIOS, 100 m 57,
1015 Market st.
GE N U SPECS. 15c. to 50c, 81% FOURTH
I st.: Sundays 738 Market (Kast's shoestore).
HAIRDR 25c., ANY STYLE: ESTAB-
u »i4J3 ?I in 1869: 'Woneer Hair Store. BERTHA
»n lA. ill Stockton st. ; strictly one price only.
LECTRIC, STEAM AND ALCOHOL BATHS:
hours 10 to 10. 121 Montgomery st., room 1.
T)AG CARPETS WOVE TO ORDERFOR SALE;
xv also chenille-wove rugs, silk-rag portieres;
cer.icr In carpet twine In hank or chain at lowest
rates. GEO. ATTHEW. 709 Fifth. Oakland, Cal.
T.INCOLN BROa OaSH GROCERS, 226 SIXTH
LJ street— 2s lbs Prunes, $1: 25 lbs Rolled Oats,
»r : 2a His Sugar, $1: 25 lbs Sago or Tapioca, $1; 25
I lbs Pearl Barley or Split Peas, $1: HO lbs Rolled
Wheat. $1; 48 lbs Beans, ?1; 17 lbs Corn Starch.
I 51 : IS can 3 Oysters. $1:16 cans Tomatoes, $1 ; 20
lbs Rice, $1; 20 cans Deviled Ham, $1 : Cheese, 5c
lb: Picnic Hams, 7c lb: Butter. 25c roll; Esgs. 15c
doz. LINCOLN BROS.. 226 Sixth St.
T?OR A STYLISH, WELL-FITTING SUIT TO
X order at a reasonable price go to J. SCHEIBLI,
639 Clay st. : ■ :
A SSAGE-MR. AND MRS. HUTTON, CER-
-L'A tificated (London. masseur and masseuse,
will attend ladies and gentlemen &t their resi-
dences. Sufferers from paralysis, ' rheumatism,
special weakness, lassitude, corpulency and kin-
cired evils permanently cured; terms very moder-
ate. Address 704y 3 Larkln st.
ORCnAKDISTS— A RANCH FOR SALE OR
rent: healthy location; reasonable terms; 40
I acres bearing; good vegetable ground: plenty llv-
I lng springs. Inquire P., box 93, this office.
\\r ANTED— A FIRsT-CLASS BARYTONE OR
»t nrst base lor church choir. 8., box 100, - Call.
I_>lANo LI;SSOXS BY (JERMAN LADY : 25c
: half hour. 1126 Howard st.
MME. L 1 ANGLAIS WISHES PUPILS IN
■ English conversation. Main P. 0., S. F.
HA V YOUR FRIENDS AND ENKMIES
hunted up by GRAHAM'S AGENCY, 330 Pine.
LECTRIC AND VAPOR BATHS. room 8,
second floor, 235 O'Fnrreil st.
' rrtAILORS INTKFiESTED IN THE SCIENCE
I Xof garment-cutting, are invited !to inspect a de-
vice that' gives a correct pattern for the person
measured. Can be seen at 25 Kearny st., over Car-
TTaTrDRKSSING 25c, MANICURE 52c: LER-
XX sons given. MRS. BUTLER, ISI Post, rm. 20.
RIVATE ROOMS OF PORTLAND LOAN OF-
-• flee, 9*/g Stockton, upstairs: tel. 5938.
IF FRED BLAKE, HOSTLER, WTLL CALL
upon or communicate with CLARENCE C. A.
BKRRY,SO6 Market st., s. F., he will hear of
something to his advantage.
CW. MOORE. M.D., 1400 VAN NESS AYE.'
« cor. Bush: apartments for patients.
J. BISHOP* CHIMNEY-SWEEP; PRICE, si
per flue: all work guaranteed; flagstaffs
painted. Phone main, 441. 823 Market St.- ,
ATEW HOME RESTAURANT AND FAMILY
I Xi dining-rooms; American and French meals
i served In first-class style; 25c. up. 122 Turk st.
j TirALTZ GUARANTEED: PRIVATE ' or IN
''class. PROF. FOSTER'S Dancing School,
! 997 Market st. , ' .
OST CONVENIENT AND RESPECTABLE-
i.»X Winchester House, 44 Third, near Market;
I 200 rms, 25c to $1 50 pr night; $1 50 to s6 prweek.
]h|U| BUSINESS CARDS,SI 50; SENTFREE,
XVUV cltyorcountry. HILL, 724 i /a Market st.
T? LECTRIC LIGHTS IN EVERY ROOM— WInI
! Sli Chester house, 44 Third, npar Market: 200
rooms, 25c to $1 50 per night: $1 50 to $6 per week.
ALL LADIES WHO RIDE BICYCLES, (JET
your suits to order at HUTT'S, 212 Mason st.
A DVICE FREE;. DIVORCE AND PROBATE
laws a specialty;, suits,. Superior, Justice and
i Police Courts; terms reasonable: collections, etc. G.
' W. HOWE, att'y-at-law. 850 Markot, cor. Stockton.
O. ECKMAN, PIANO STUDIO, 205y a
• Gough st.; assistant teacher for beginners. ;
! A DVICE FREE— MARRIAGE laws. ACCI-
JrY dent cases. McCABK, Attorney. 1027 Market.
'<]!> I >) SUITS TO ORDER; SAMPLE BY MAIL.
j ijpl^i NEUHAUS. Merchant Tailor. 115 Kcarny.
FINE SUITS, $15; DBEBS PANTS, f4 75.
Misfit Clothing Parlors, 435 Montgomery st.
ONE JIOKK CUT— - ■■
Oak Roll Top Desks $14 to $35
■ Oak Chiffoniers : From $10 up
Oak Bed Sets.. 17 50 up
: Oilcloths and Linoleums 30cup
! Stoves and Ranges ....$3 up
Thousands of bargains. We keep everythine;.
Cash or time payments. J. NOONAN,
1017-1019-1021-1023 Mission St.. above Sixth.
SINGLE BOTTLE OF SMITH'S DANDRUFF
Pomade is guaranteed to cure any case of dan-
druff or falling hftlr or money refunded: never
known to fail: try it. By all druggists price $1, or
SMITH BROS.. Fresno, Cal.
OLD BUILDINGS BOUGHT AND SOLD,
store-fixtures, doors, windows, . lumber, pip*
etc. : cheap. Yurd 1166 Mission st.. nr. Eighth.
SECOND-HAND AS WELL A 8 NEW BARS,
showcases, counters, shelvings, mirrors, desks,
safes, chairs, scales, etc., and a very large stock o!
I them, too; be sure and see stock and get prices ba-
| lore ?olng elsewhere, J. NOON . 1017-1019-
-1021-102.f Mission st.. above felzth. _ _____
I pLOAKS. CAPES AND SUITS RETAILED AT
\J mfrs' cost. Factory, 20 Sansome St.. upstair*
AS FIXTURES and PLUMBING. tiJJ
Golden Gate aye. H. HUFSCHMIDT.
LDGOLD, bILVKR, GENTS' AND LADIES
clothing boaqht. COLMAN, 41 Third st.
WINDOW SHADES MANUFACTURED TO
>' order by WILLIAM McPHUN. 1195 Market.
"pERFECT-FTTTiNa DRESSES MADE LOW
X est rates: system taught. $7 50 up. 1035Mk,r.19.
AAA A A
PROF. F. EUGENE.
, PROF. F. EUGENE.
PROF. F. EUGENE.
KNOWLEDGE IS POWER.
Remain not in darkness and Ignorance, but seek
the light of wisdom and learn what the future
holds for you: he is ever ready to assist the trou-
bled and unfortunate and always meets with suc-
cess; all are pleased with his readings: secure a
charm and wear diamonds.' Letters with stamps I
answered. PROF. F. EUGENE. 1206 Market St.,
parlors 102, 103 and 104, first floor, elevator
MM F.rARNDTrBEST GERMAN FOSTUNE-
t**ller of the werin ; palrulstry and by eggs;
only 25c and 50c. 724 Harrison, basement. \ .
MM ' MOREAU. WORLD-RENOWNED ME-
dium, removed from 131 Fourth to 764 How-
ard st. ; customers please call : fee 25c up.
NITA .wnroßN, FOHTUNE- TELLER. 502
Stevenson st., cor. Sixth, reveals pa3t and fu-
ture; fee 25c. ■ ■■■ '\ :
"PRESENT. PAST AND KOfUKu;, 2oc. AIME.
JL LEGGETTE, 311 Tehama St.. near Fourth.
ME. MUCIER. WONDERFUL REVEALKR.
naturally gifted clairvoyant: fee 25c. '82y 3
Natoma St., downstairs, between Third and Fourth.
RS. ANTHONY. MEDIUM, -LIFE READEP.;
ladies, 25c;gcuts, 50c. 164 Tehama, Third.
FORTUNES TOLD BY FRENCH CLAIRVOY-
X I ant. 822 Seventh, top floor, ring bell twice.
MME. DR. THOMAS, SCIENTIFIC REVEAL-
er. by eggs and curds: tells entire life, past,
present, future; consultations on all affairs; noth-
ing excepted: names given: good advice: . sure
help: restores lost love by sympathy; mistake im-
possible; fee ,-rJ : letter $2. 929 Post St., nr. Larkln.
pLA IRVOY ANT-TEACUP AND CARD
\J readings daily. 1420 Taylor St., ur. Jackson.'
RS. FIX7tEST MEDIUM, 438^ BRAN-
nanst.; fee $1. ■ . v • .'.
WORLD-RENOWNED CLAIRVOYANT AND
» » planet-reader. MME. NORMAN, 995 Market.
rnHE GREATEST PROPHETIC CARD-READ-
Xer in the world; 25c; evening 3 also. 330 Fell st.
ME. MORKAU— GREAT AND ONLY ME-
dium; give her a call iee2scup. 131 Fourth st.
PROF. LEON. PALMrSt, CLAIRVOYANT,
X life reader. 533 Post: 10 to 8 daily; also Sunday.
HOW TO BECOME A CLAIRVOYANT—
to the ' mystery of medlumship most wonder-
ful book since the s Eible; 50 cent 3. NATIONAL
PUBLISHING CO., 606 Montgomery st.. S. F.
A, UGUSTA LEOLA, FORTUNE TELLER:
-£x magic charms: love tolren3; true picture of
future wife and husband ; teaches : fortune-
develops clairvoyance, slate writing, etc.; h»s the
seven holy seals and the Palestine wonder charm;
fee $1 and upward. 23-ii Mission, nr. Twentieth.
fTIEST CIRCLE TO-NIGHT, 10c. MME. YOUNG.
X 605 McAllister st. Articles read.
DDIE SWAIN, v MEDiqM; attention
XX. given the poor; ladles only, 105 Stockton. ; : •
MRS. SHEEUAN. CHRISTIAN SPIRITUAL-
-Ist and test rutdium. 783 i/ 8 Market st.
MRS. HEKMAN KEENEN, GIFTED TRANCE
medium: advice, business, speculation -satlsfac-
tlonguarant'd; developing clr. Fridayeve. 321 Turk
DR. mead ANSWERS all QUESTIONS B*<
planets from date of birth. \ 916 Market, r. 34.
ASTRAL SEER-PROF. HOLMES, 623GEAEY
St.; horoscopes, questions, stocks, advica.
\ STORAGE :
STO RAG X oTFlTßNrrullEi PIANoXTIOUSE"
hold goods, etc. • J. Sl.' PIEItCK. 735 Market st.
WIIXON BROTHERS. 1710 -- MARKET-
,'T Storage; low rates; telephone South 76..
FURNITURE, PIANOS AND OTHER | MER-
■m- chandise received on storage; money I advanced
on consignments; fire proof building. '410 Post St.,
Ti ll io ! T iASa STORAGE ; ADVANCES MADE
X I 421-423 Market st. CHAa L. TAYLOR. -
A DVICE I REE ;D1 Vm^'^ANEMPROBATE
-TV. laws a specialty; suits, superior, Justice I and |
« '.\r C «9°." riB; t<>rmB reasonable ;- collections, 1 etc. ;
O.W.HOWE, att'y-aMaw, isftO Marfcet.cor.Stockton
.T 0^ N JF AITKEN, AfI'ORNEV-AT-LAW, R3.
16 and 17. 402 Montgomery st.; cor. California. :
'» • California st., nua. 14-15; adTice free. ■»; \--y
ATOTICE-TO BUY OR SELL A siNß:ssoF
IS any kind see STRAND & TUTTLE. 45 Third
I7IRUIT AND PRODUCE , BUSINK.SS; GOOD
'horse and wagon: ' family and transient traoe.
cigar-stand would pay \ well with this business,
transfer corner. STRAND TUTTLE. 45 Third.
©^JArt WOOD AND COAL YARD, ALSO
*&OUU. coal-01l lotue, 700 customers; pays well,
horses, wagons,. STRAND & TUTrLE, 4S Thlrd.|
O(\f\ LADY WANTS PARTNER IN GOOD
•JpOv/l/. paying saloon: good chance for steaay
man. V See STRAND <fe TUTTLE. 45 Third st.
<2> F*f\(\ RESTAURANT: OLD- ESTABLISH-
t^OUU. Ed; doing good bn3iness: 7 furnished
rooms: cheap. STRAND «fe TUTTLE. 45 Third at.
(J>OX A PARTNER WANTED IN GOOD
f£*LiO\J. paying saloon and lunch-house: see to-
day. STRAND & TUTTLE, 45 Third St.
fip:n BRANCH BAKERY, STATIONERY.
tiP-LcM'. notions and candy-store: also laundry,
office: pays well; good living-rooms: cheap rent;
best location. See STRAND & TUTTLE, 45 Third
C? QPLA PAYING CORNER SALOON FINELY
ijpOuW. fitted; located on .Third sr.: net rent
only $18 : receipts $8 to $10 per day; offer wanted.
BARRETT & CO., 865V2 Market st. .
<Si A Z.(\ A SACRIFICE; PAYING GROCERY
♦IPtt JU. and bar: best location: rent $26: 4 nice
living rooms. BARRETT <fc CO., 865 V Market st.
$;. OK BAKERY; ALL COUNTER TRADE:
• '^-t). large store: 2 fine ovens: good location:
guaranteed dally sales, $15: good chance for coffee
parlor. BARRETT & CO., 865y Market st. : -;
<2» AA A BRANCH BAKERY AND DELICACY.
CTuU. store: 2 furnished rooms; receipta $10
to sl2: best location; don't miss seeing this bar-
gain. BARRETT «fc CO.. 865y 3 Market at. :
ifczinn RESTAURANT CLEARING $100
«IPT:Uv/. month; vicinity of Baldwin: positive
proof ; low rent : trial. BARRETT & CO., 865% Mkt.
OAD HOUSE; 10 ROOMS; BIG SALOON
trade; transient location: reasonable rent:
long lease: Investigation solicited; bargain; depar-
ture. PIIOLL-STENBERG, 719 Marketst.
(^Q' A SALOON AND LUNCH-HOUSE;
»4POtJv/. averages $15 daily: genuine invest-
ment. PROLL-STENBERG. 719 Market at.
<si7On 'ELEGANTLY FITTED UP SALOON
t|p I UU. nr. Kearny St.: living rooms furnished;
safe, cash register: must sacrifice on account other
business. PROLL-STENBERG, 719 Market st. •
OTEL.39 ROOMS. LOCATED AMONG 3 CAR-
houses; old-established place: chicken-houses;
stable: rent $50 : retiring from business. PROLL-
STENBERG. 719 Market at.
<J£7AA GROCERY.BAR: 4 LIVING ROOMS;
«U> i \J\J. rent $26: long lease; full value in stock
and fixtures; good p'.nce for man and wife; in-
vcstlgate. PROLL & STENBERO, 719 Market st.
BUILDING LOCATED AMONG FACTORIES:
14 rooms partly furnished: selling account de-
parture. PROLL STENBERG, 719 Market Bt.
T ADY DESIRES TO MEET WITH RESPEC-
-IJ table gentleman . to join ■ in paying business.
PROLL-STENBERG, 719 Market st. -
T\ELICACIES ~A PRODUCE^ LIVING-
XJ rooms: best location In Western Addition; full
value in sight. PROLL-STENBERG, 719 Market.
SIJC GROCERY: BARTpACRTfICE; SICK-
yp I O. ness. PROLL-STENBKRG, 719 Market.
(s£9*^A BRANCH BAKERY: NOTIONS;
qpAOyj. rooms furnished. PKOLL, 719 Market.
(2>QfiA PARTNER WANTED— FIRST-CLASS
«3)O"U. saloon and billiard hall : best location on
Market st.; more than value for $1000: will teach
a man the business; sure to clear over $150 per
month. Apply K. KENNY, 765 Market st.
ipiRST-CLASS OPPORTUNITY' TO MAKE
money; restaurant fully furnished: no opposi-
tion; rent $35 a month; see owner. 320 V& Sutter.
ALOON AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE
store in country; fine business: rare chance:
account departure. Address F., box 74, this office.
T7XPERIEXCED BUSINESS MAN WITH $200
Xli wants interest in paving business; no sharks
or agents need answer. D, box 79. Call Office.
ANTED— TO BUY ANY PAYING BUSI-
»» ness where I can make a cood living; not
over $200; no ageot3. J., box 64, Call Office.
\\ ILK ROUTE FOR~SALE; 1 CAN OF FAMTLY
i» I. trade and a first-class cow. 221 Church at.,
near Fifteenth. . ■
E*~ESTAURANT TO BE SOLD FOR $75; NICE
place. Inquire Call Office.
<&1 Z\ft -PARTNER AS CASHIER IN RES-
ijpl.O\J. taurant; owner retiring. 662 Howard.
,TNTERIOR AGENCY OF THIS PAPER AT A
-L big bargain: disagreement of partnership cause
of selling. Apply this ofllce.
OOD PAYING BUSINESS FOR $450: HALF
inter?st 5260: 6'JO chickens, 25 pigs, cow.
torse and wagon: 4-room house, barn, water. 75
trees: rent $10. Address OWNER, box 22, (iilroy.
QOXA RESTAURANT: RECEIPTS SlB A
<Ir «JU . day; must be sold on account of an-
other business. Inquire Grocery, 220 Fir3t st.
©Z A DOWN, $10 MONTHLY STARTS YOU
»P«J\J in meat market: tools, fixtures, horse,
wagon; rent or sell. 2864 Mission, shoe3tore.
Q ALOON ON TRANSFER CORNER; DOING
O good business: pays $150 month clear. Apply
Wieland's Brewery. • '
ALOO;n for SALE: A BARGAIN. apply'
416 Pine st. E. CAMPION. V ,
RESTAURANT, RECEIPTS : OVER $20 A
XV day: no reasonable offer refused. 232 O'Farrell. .'
ALOON WITH LIVING-ROOMS CONNECT-
ing with brewery, cheap. BE. Mission and 19th
streets. . .
IGAR STAND AND CLUBROOM REASON-
TVTANTED-ACTIVE PARTNER IN MANU-
I" facturing and cash business: good opportunity
for the right man. Address B. 0., box 114, Cail
Office. .-.-..■ -
(fi»i7r: cor. BRANCH bakery, CANDY,
-I- 40. notions, laundry ofllce; 2 furnished
rooms: good location. 511 Laguna st.
PROVISION AND SAUSAGE STORE OF 9
X years' standing; cheap for cash. Apply at store,
2825 Mission st. ,
GOOD OPPORTUNITY IN MANUFACTUR-
ing , concern for enterprising man with means.
Address M.S.J A FFE, San Jose, Cal. .
ENTLEMAN OF . GOOD ADDRESS WILL
vJT take half interest with lady in paving business.
Address C, box 73, Call Office.
PARTNER WA NTED IN LIQUOR SALOON;
X good stand. 650 Sacramento st., S. F.
(gj/^AA LODGING AND BOARDING-HOUSE,
*JpUv/17. with saloon; 21 roonis; good location.
Call at 34 Minna st. , .
HICXKN RANCH. CHEAP; 5 ACRES. AP-
ply JOHN DANIELL, 708 Mason, 6 to 7 p. M.
p OOD SHOE-REPAIRING SHOP. 1023 HOW-
\X nrd st. SS^iS
SACRIFICE — COFFEE SALOON AND OY-
O ster-house. 10 Mason st. .■.'.-
(Tjl KA RESTAURANT. CENTRAL. DOING
<lpit)U. business $10 to $15 per day; investiga-
tion allowed: sold at sacrifice on account of aick-
ness. Apply Call office.
"PRODUCE. DELICACIES STORE AT YOUR
X, own pr:ce: living-rooms; sacrifice account of
sickness: bargain. 47 y a Seventh st.
rriHE PALACE HOTEL
JL AT UKIAH, MENDOCINO COUNTY, CAL.,
TO RENT OR FOR SALE ■
ON LIBERAL TERMS.
Inquire of J. M. MANNON, Ukiah, or WIL-
LIAM HEESER, Mecdoclno.
T?OR SALE CHEAP - WORKINGMAN'S
J- lunch house and saloon, with 4 furnished roonis
upstairs; account of old age; come and look for
yourself. 2V a Rose aye., near Market. ; -.- ■■-;-■- • ..■
TT»OR SALE-HARNESS AND TRIMMING
X shop in town of Oakdale, 30 miles from Stock-
ton: good trade: plenty of work; stook and fixtures
at cost; for a young man this is a good opening.
Address GEORGE A. QOOPELL, Oakdale, Cal. I
VTOTION AND VARIETY STORE; CHEAP;
-Ll clenn stock: noagenia. 163 Seventh st.
fTiOR; SALIi— CANDY AND ICE CREAM
X store, with factory, cheap. 261 Third st.
OBT CONVENIENT AND RESPECTABLE—
Winchester House, 44 Third, 1 near Market;
200 rms. 25c 10 $1 60 pr night : $1 60 to $6 pr week.
pESTAURANT ON MARKET ST.: RENT $19;
Xt good place for man and wife. 'Thla office.
EST PAYING RESTAURANT IN ClTY-
will sell cheap. Apply J.T. GARLAND, 635
Clay. .". -■. ."'■,.. .-•■....
S" ALOON— 2 LIVINQ-ROOMS ; FIXTURES-
ready to open; cheap rent; next to South Park
stables. 350 Brannan st.. bet. Second and Third.
CIGAR -STORE; FINE STAND; GOOD
*IPUU\J. business: full investigation; large
stock; other business. 1 WOOD <£ CO., 917 Market.
ALOON, WITH LIVING-ROOMB, CONNECT-
ing with brewery, for sale cheap, lnaulre 32
Second at. : •. . : ' - ■ - -
I|^OR^ -CHEAP; NEAT, WELL
equipped liquor-place. Call, 10 to>l2, 616 Geary.
CJtlT^fl WILL BUY ONE OF THE BEST
JUJjL I U\J fltted-up and paying restaurants In
San Jose, Cat.: best location In town: paying $200
to ; $300 per month; this U a fine chance for two
men; owner is in too poor health to continue the
business.; Address or call at 184 South First st.,
San Jose, Cal. - • •■'■-••■■■•-,■■.■: .■.■:- : yy-y ■-■:.-. x .-■- ~
T^LECTRI(3TIGHTB IN EVERY ROOM— WIN-
Xj Chester. House, 44 Third, near s Market: . 200 1
roams. Vi6c to $J 60 ncr night: »1 f<Oto per week.
PARTNERSHIP NOTICES. ;
mHB" BUSINESS I^^ HERETOFORE ■ CARRIED
X on under the name of PACIFIC LAUNDRY
MACHINERY COMPANY, by the undersigned
and J. E. CHAPPELL, has been terminated by the
expiration of their contract on August 1, 1895.
JOSHUA HENDY MACHINE WORKS.
PHTSICIANS. ; •■•■:-.;■ ' ;
J.I/ cial attention to these diseases. 1 J. A. McDON-
ALD, M.D., 1236 Market St.. 2t04,7t0 8 p. v. . r ,
A HOME, A FRIEND AND MOTHER'S CARE.
MRS. DR. FUNKS, 1416 Eighth »t., Alanieda.
LOPGIWG-HOirSES FOR SALE.
"inn f\f\n 29 -rooms: fine location;
©IUU". black walnut marble-top furniture;
clearing $100 a month: bargain sHrtom ru»:t with;
low rent. See BARRETT & CO., 86SV3 Market st.
dTEeTi FIFTEEN WELL -FURNISHED
iftOOU. rooms, near Mason and Market; always
full:* payingilargely. Apply X. : KENNY, 765
Market st. -_ .
tUTcYin 14-ROOM HOUSE: CENTRAL LOCA
tjpOUU. tion. DECKER, 1206 Market st.
7 A ROOMSTTnEAR" BALDWIN HOTEL; AT
4U auction price. DECKER, 1206 Market St.
-ROOM HOUSE: EASY PAYMENTS: ONLY
24 $1200. DECKER, 1206 Market st. .
"~M. SPECK & CO., 602 MARKET ST.,
. opp. Palace Hotel.
10 room?, near Geary and Mason $275
15 rooms; Market sc: bargain ?3-5
<«s rooms- very desirable; tin.? $J(H)O
107 rooms, near Baldwin; make oiTer $IKO-J
MONEY TO LOAN. MONEY TO LOAN.
OARDING AND LODGING HOUSE, 10
X) rooms: suitable for man .and wife or two
women. Apply in store, 454 Tenth st. .
A OCA ELEGANTLY FURNrSHED HOUSE
itKoO". of 18 rooms: north of Market St.: cheap
ren'- all sunny and full of good paying roomers:
p*«ca"hT desired. BUSINESS EXCHANGE,
783 Market st. ]_
dlTo-n GREAT BARGAIN; 11 ROOMS AND
$ZOU. store; Smonths' rent paid. 322 Third.
a*^~n CASH— I 2 ROOMS; NEATLY FUR
§) OOU nished house. Mission, near Fifth
ffIMAA LODGING-HOUSK FOR SA'.E. 641
»I)4UU. Washington near Kearny, Plasa House.
JKUKNITOKK I'Oil SAXJC
FURNITURE 5 ROOMS; GOOD AS NEW:
1 cheap for cash. 13 V2 Silver st.
ATEW 2-4 BED AND SPRING $4 75
1\ New «i bed and spring 6 50
New oak c-.xtension-table 4 &IJ
Brussels carpet, laid, per yard 45
Floor oilcloth, laid, per yard. -.•-. Tv
SHIREK&SHIREK, 1210-12 Stockton. Open evg.
EDUCTIONSON LARGE OTOCK, NEW AND
XV second-hand: 400 carpeto, good as new; oil-
cloth, 25c; parlor suits. $19 up: linoleum, 45c: 7-
piece chamber suits, $14 50: cornice poles, 25c:
ranges, $6: cash or installments; goods shipped
free. T. H. NELSON. 126 Fourth st.
UT PRICKS IN FURNITURE AND CARPETS
this week at McCABE'S. 948-350 Mission st.
~rUCTK>^EkR J. C. 3JuTHEIC7i9 i MARKET
J\. St., pays highest cash prices for.furnltnre.
(i. KRASKY, CARPETS, PICTURES,
. folding, iron beds, furniture: low prices: Cal.
stepladder manufactdfor the trade.. /79 Mission.
/l ASH PAID for FURNITURE AND MER-
\J chandis.-. L. 11. BURP Atictioncer.lo Fulton.
T^R^KT^TIIbROUGHLY^ CLEANED AND
\J renovated same as new. S. FERGUSON <ft
CO., 23 Tenth st. Telephone number, south 38.
■\TATIONAL CAR BEATING AN D RENO-
XM vating Works HAMPTON &BAILLY : layin?
and altering. . 313-315 Guerrero; Tel. Mission 244.
ITY STEAM CARPET-BEATING AND
Renovating Works, H8 and 40 Eighth st- G. H
STEVENS, manager. Telephone No., south 250.
HEN -YOU BECOME DISGUSTED WITH
poor work send to SPAULDlNG'SPioneerCar-
pet Beating Works, 353-7 Tehama: tei. So-40.
pONKLIN'S CARPET BEATING WORKa 333
\J Golden Gate aye. : telephone east. 126.
HE. J. E. , MITCHELL ARPET-CLE
Co. (Incorp.); old established carpet cleaning
machines: cleaning 3c yard. 230 14th, tel. 6074.
T MCQUEEN'S CARPET BEATING AND REN-
t . ovatint; works. 463 Stevenson: tel. 3228.
Thursday, at 11 o'clock sharp: two nicely
Thursday, at 11 o'clock sharp: two nicely
matched carriage teams and several single horses;' .
fresh from the country.
I? INE YOUNG BUSINESS HOUSE, ROAD
buggy and harness. 143 Bartlett st.
ORSES PASTURED: $2 A MONTH: HYDE
Ranch send lor circular. 630 Commercial St..
San Francisco. ,
A A HORSES FCP- SALE; ALSO WAGONS
"i" buggies, carts, harness; Grand Arcade Horse
Market, 327 Sixth St.; auction sales every Wednes-
day. SULLIVAN <te DOYLE, Auctioneers.
1 AA SETS SECOND-HAND HARNESS; ALIi
\\J\J kinds: second-hand wagons, buggy, cans:
also 20 cheap horses. Fifteenth and Valencia sts.
WAGONs ANI> UAIUUAOES.
bargain. THOMAS FOLEY, 1812 Powell st.
ORSES. HARNESS, BUGGIES, CARTS,.
etc., bought, sold or exchanged. 540 Valencia.
KOR sale— miscellaneous.
FINE FAMII^c77vv^NirCATFrTIBB 3VOE
St., near Twenty-tiftli. .
' AJO. 1 COW AND CAXF. 809 HUMBOLDT ST.,
Xi. rear City and County Hospital. .., .. , ki -* ■ f
pOMBINATION BILLIARD AND POOL
\J table: chiap. 11 Pacific st.
EFB MAT IC SAFETIES FOR $75 THE •
c> lot, 328 McAllister st.
pOLLECTION OF 70* PAIK DEER, ELK, ■
\J buffalo, caribou, antelope and some rare speci-
mens of African horns. G. < SPIESS, 1308
Q URVEYOR'S LEVEL. NEW SOLID SILVER
O ware, faro checks, sealskins. 12 koKI chains, 6
ladies' and 8 gents' go.d watches, ■ a few old mine
diamonds; all for one-third original cost, at UN-
CLE HARRIS', 16 Grant avenue. • • ' -<; •-■
LL MAKES OF TYPEWRITERS BOUGHT
and sold. S. F. Typewriter Ex., 310 California.
"VTATIONAL CASH REGISTER, SAFE,
-Li scale, letter-press, desk ; cheap. 102 Clay st.
pHEA EST PLACE TO BUY GAS FIXTUREa
V H. HUFSCHMIDT, 623 Golden Gate aye.
"VTEW. RANGES CHEAPER THAN SECOND-
II hand. W. 8. RAY Mfg Co., 12 California st.
COUNTERS, SHELVING, SHOWCASES .
bought and sold 1121% Market bet. 7thandBth .
female diseases from whatever cause: a home
In confinement with every comfort; those who aro
sick or discouraged should cr.ll on the doctor and
state their case: they will find in her a true friend;
consultation free and confidential; every case guar-
anteed without injury, by MHS. DR. GWYER.226
Turk st. . ■ . . '
A NEW PROCESS— MEDICINE, INSTRU-
J\. 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;
if you want to be treated safe and sure call on men's
physician ;knowiedge can be sent&usedat home;all -
cases guaranteed. DR. POPPER, 318 Kearny s;.
WHY THROW AWAY MONEY. FOOLISHLY
- "* on worthless pills and humbugs when we guar-
antee to , restore irregularities in 8 hours with our
new discovery, which is safe and sure. Price $5.
Call or address MME. KAIUtOW, Woman's Dis-
pensary, 1200 Market st. . . v
ALL LADIES IN TROUBLE CONSULT FREE
MRS. DH. SCOTT, now of 119-121 Powell St.,
the only reliable specialist in San Francisco: $500
paid for a case I cannot cure, no matter what
cause; special attention to disease of the eye.
T ADIES — CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH PEN-
JU nyroyal Pills (Diamond Brand) are the best:
safe, reliable: take no other: send 4c. stamps, for
particulars, "Relief for Ladies," in letter by retura .
mail ; at druggists. Chichester Chemical Company,
RS. DR. WEGENER: private home in '
''•confinement; irregularities cured in a few •
hours without operation; pills $2. 419 Eddy at.
P RUBBER GOODS: SEXD FOR ILL'S.
X cat'l. ACME RUBBKR CO. 235 Kearny.
T\R. RICORD'S PILLS. EXPRESS S2 50: SAFE,
JL/aure, reliable; Hicord's specialties, females.
Maison et Cie, agents. ROOT'S. Sixth and Howard.
ALL FEMALE IRREGULARITIES RF,
J\. stored in one day: no instruments: French
remedies guaranteed at any time: consult free.
MRS. DR. WYETH, 916 Post St., near Larkln. .
DRS. GOODWIN, SPECIALTY DISEASES OF
U women- ladies near or far pssured quick relief
of dlseas": irregularities restored dally; safe cure
guaranteed- no instruments; home in confine-
ment ; best skill ; low fees: pills $2. t l3 0 Market
ADII-S. IF IRREGULAR CONSULT MRS.
JEM ARY : tmrecurc. 6 Franklin, cor. Market.
A ILLARD'S FRENCH SPECIFIC NEVER
fai.s to correct any female Irregularities from.
whatever cause. Price $6. Agent, EDWIN W.
JOY, Powell and Market sts., San Francisco.
R RICORD'S ESSENCE OF LIFE FOR LOST
manhood: general weakness: three bottles $5.
STERN BRoB.,drugglsts, sole ng'ts, 111 Grant aye.
mHE LIGHTNING RHEUMATISM CUKE
J. for chronic or inflammatory rheumatism ; best
remedy on earth: price $3. MARTIN Remedy
Company, 2231 Missiton St., S. F.
DATTDET'B APHRO TABLETS— GREAT
modern remedy for the cure of neurasthenia,
lmpotency, and all disorders of the sexual organs;
$1 a box : 6 boxes $5 : Bead for circular. WIDBKR'S
Drug Store, 14 EIII3 st., sole agent. "
LPEAU'S FRENCH PILLS, A BOON TO
xi. ladies troubled with irregularities: no danger: '
safe and sure : $2 50 express I C. O. D. ; : don't delay
until too late. OSGOOD BROS., Oakland. Cal;
DU-PRAE'S FEMALE REGULATING PILLS;
safe and efficient emmenagogue; $1 per box.
RICHARDS <ft CO., druggists. 406 Clay, sole a s tl '
A L t^a v A > E ?* CONSULT FHKK MRS.? DR. i'
, J DAVIES, 14 McAllister St., near Market •
leads all i-ompetitors: only qualified, trusty spe-
cialist for safe, quick relief -of irregularities, no
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