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EEAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Lewis M. Voder (by E. A. McDonald, commis
sioner) to German Savings and Loan Society, lot
on SK corner of Gough and Greenwich streets, X
272.265. BW 150.12, SE 59. N 87 deg. 41 mm., W
126:431, N 40 deg. 6 mm.. W 13, 8 58 deg. 41
mm., W 48, W 2.91, N 119:1 10 beginning: also lot
on .\W corner of Lagoon lot 5, SK 137:6 by NE
James Costeilo to Mary Costello, lot on S line of
Greenwich street, where it is intersected by w
lin.- of lot of Mr. I'.-merritt, 81:6 E of Devisadero,
8 95:7 by W 27; gift.
James and M. F.. Ronntree to Letitia Kountree,
lotonNE corner of Lyon street and Golden Gate
avenue. E 46:10 by N 100; $10.
Theresa Petrowsky to Wilhelmlna Petrowsky,
undivided halt of lot on N line ot Elliott Park, 396
W of stelner, \V 22 by N 70, Hamilton square:
H. and Theresa Keenan, R. D. and Jennie Cran
ston to Edward McAdam, lot on W line of Cole
st-eet, 125 B of Waller, S '-'?> by W 134:4%: $10/
Sophia Mourn (nee Jonas) to Miciniel K. Golden,
lot on E line of Albion avenue, 224 Nof S,-vi-n
--teenth street, N 36 by X 120; $10.
William F. and JOMpb 11.I 1 . Golden, Fannie Hoel
scher and Margaret L . Read to same, same: $5.
Alfred Jonas (guardian of Harry and Adelaide
Jonas, by J. K. Hawkins, Commissioner) to same,
Charles O. and Catnerine Saelaw to John A. Mc-
Connell, lot on \V line of Diamond street, 172:6 N
Of Twenty-first, N 25 by W 125: $10.
William Wynn to Elizabeth Wyim. lot on E line
of Larkin street, 117:8 B of lurk, s 20byE5d;
also lots 450 and 152, Gift Map 1 : gift,
Kdward McEneanv to Thomas E. McEneanv,
lot on NW line of Clary street, 375 NE of si.\th,
NE _.') l>y NW 80: gift-
E. B. "and Lucretia M. W. Mastic. James and
Sarah J. de la Muutauyaio Elizabeth Ewald, lot on
\V line of Ninth avenne, 234.39 s of 1" street, s 10
■VV line of Rancho San Miguel, S 18 deg. J8 min.,W
to Q street, W to Tenth avenue, N 384, S 89 deg.,
W 240 70- also lot on W line of Tenth avenue,
210 Sof P street. S 389.37, W 240, N 407.77, S
S9deg.. E 240.70: $10.
Oscar Whiting sr. to Charles H. Whiting, lot on
1' line of >. 1 ond avenue. 250 N of Point Lobos
aveuue, N 25 by X 120: #10.
Herman and Kathe Rosenberg to William Bing
ham, lot on N line ot I'oint Lobos avenue, 32:6 E
of Second avenue. h; 25 by N 100: $10.
Hy P. and Ella B. Sonntag to Mary Fox, lot on
W lineofKichth avenue, 175 S of Clement street,
825 by W 120: $10. ; " •
>tei>iien Bunner to Alfred Clarke, lot on E line
of Twelfth avenue, 200 Nof A street, N 25 by E
120 (in correction) : *1.
Ernestine W. Elfeudahl to Solomon Gets. same;
Owen Connolly to William R.Connolly, lot on SE
corner of I street and Tenth avenue, S 110 by E
U. A. and Clara W. Jones to Charles and Mary
A. Forbes, lot on E line Of Sixteenth avenue,
152:9 S Of X, S 159:4, W 26, N 160: $200.
D. T. and Mary C. Phillips to Burton N. Hardi
man. lot on SE corner of L street and Thirteenth
avenue, E 32:6 by 8 100: $10.
S. S. Unrfey by J. N. Block, Tax Collector) to J.
M. Manning, lot on SE corner of Q street and
Twenty-third avenue. 90:4, SE 47:10, NE 92:11,
XV 52:10, lax deed: C 2.
J. M. Manning to Edward Parrish, same; $10.
Edward I'arri-h to Mary P. Murtey, same. $10.
Francis B. Daley to Bridget Daley, lot 1596, Gift
Map 3. 25 on Cortez street by 70; $1.
Mary Wiley to Mary J. M<-llugh, lot on N line
of Ward street, 32:6 X of Berlin, E 25 by N 105,
block 2, Paul Reservation: gift.
Georze E. staliman to Henry Smith, lot 31, San
Miguel Homestead; $10.
Peter Dean to Thomas V. O'Brien, lot on W line
of Mission streft. SH-.6 N of a str.ke four miles
from city Hall and 400 8 of Four-Mile House, 261
S of Randall, 300 N of French. 76:6 S of Morrl
soi. tence, 50:6 soi lot as In 1579 d 373, W 60, S
63:11^4, NE 63, N 53:6; $10.
Carl W. and Hattle Rehnert to Margaratha B.
and Louise E. Rehner, lots 1 to 4, 12, 13, 14, 17,
19 to 28, block 15, Oakland, *10.
Rudolph Franke to Albert and Augusta Kayser.
lot on X line of Grove strtet, 73:6 S of Elm or
Twenty-fourth, 8 28 by E 84, portion of lot 26,
block i>. Kelsey Tract, Oakland, $10.
Wickliffe and Rose E. Matthews to Mnry J.
Butler ( wtTe of J. H. of Oakland}, lot onJW line of
Hannah street. 100 N of "A," N 25 by W VS3,
being subdivision A of lot 11, block 794, Watts
Tract, Map 2, Oakland, $10.
S. Kampe of >an Francisco to Mary McGowan
(wife of Andrew), lot on north line of Crawford
Rtree:. 236 east of Herzog, E 50 by N IKB, beins:
lot 23, Mock B, J. W. Crawford Tract, Oakland
. Mary K. Wood (wife of C. N.) to Andrew and
Clara Sw;.nS"n. lot on southeast line of Glen ave
nue. 40 southwest of Linda, sW4ObySE 120,
bein? ■Übdivision 2 ln lot 36. <;ien Echo Tract,
Map 3. quitclaim deed. Oakland Township; $10.
Margaret Leonard to John Fjeren 01 San Fran
cisco, lot 6, block R, Leonard Tract, to correct
former deed. Berkeley; $10.
William K. Bryau to Peter Jorgensen, lot on W
lin" of Seventh street (Webster), 165:6 Nof Rail
road avenue, W 67:6 by N 50. Alameda: $1307.
Ernest E. and Elizabeth I). Heron to R. E.
B*usk<- of Oakland, lot on SW line Of Santa Clara
avenue, 236.71 NW of Walsworth, SW 133, SE
40. NX 141.13. NW 40.83 to beginning, being the
sE 10 feel of lot 6 and NW 30 feet of lot 5, block
L, Linda Vistn Terrace. Oakland: $10.
J. Wes! Martin to County of Alameda, lot com
mencingat a point formed by the intersection of
N line of county roa.l now used running through
section IS, township 2 south, range IE, with s
boundary of section 13, township 3 south, range 1
E, thencje following the N and E fence line until It
Intersects the boundary line of Alameda and Con
tra Costa counties, thence W to fence on S and W
of said county road, thence S to S boundary of sec
tion 13, thence E to beginning, to be used for pub
lic road, quitclaim aeed. Murray Township: $1.
Josepn H. and Lucy Mortett of Oakland to Ed
mund Atweil ot Oakland, lot on E line of Magnolia
street, 175 s of Thirty-second. S 25 by E 128:3,
being portion of lot 5, block F, lands of Peralta
Homestead Association, quitclaim deed, Oakland;
Luke L. and R. C T. Adney to H. M. Allen, lot
on N line of Nolan s'ree:, 466 E of West, E 100 by
N 100. beins; lots 16 and 17. block E, property of
Central Land Company. Oakland; $10.
Elizabeth W. Purker of Berkeley to Elmer K.
Cole of Berkeley, lot on SW corner of Ashby
avenne and Deakin street, W 50 by s 135.83, being
lot 5, block B. Woolsey Tract, Bericeley: $10.
.>'i!ler Anderson to Josc-]>h M. Hawkins of San
Francisco, lot on W line of Whittier Tract. 124 N
of Kast Fourteenth str.-e;, N 27 :>i by W 146, be
bnclot 11 block A, resubdivision Fruftvale Tract,
Brooklyn Township; $10.
Mary P. Warnock with C. S. Emmons, to build
2-story frame on X line of Shotwell street, 100 8 of
Denis O'Leary with Fred Bohnenberg, alterations
on W line 01 P street, 25 —of Thirteenth avenue;
Jacob Rosenberg with James Kerlin, plastering,
etc.. for two 3-story buildings on Sacramento street,
between Websterand Buchanan; $1600. ■
SAN FRANCISCO 'CALL.'-
BIIRINEBS OFFICE of the San Francisco Cai,i^
t:< Markrt Btreet, open until 12 ocioclc every
tlpht In the year.
BRANCH OFFICES-530 Montgomery street,
rcreerClay: open until 9:30 o'clock.
I-ff Hayes street, open until 9:30 o'clock.
717 Larkin street, open until 9:30 o'clock.
feW . rorner Sixteenth and M iaaiou streets, open
cr.iii f o'clock.
'Jbit Mission street, open until 9 o'clock.
HtiNlmti Btreet. open until 9:30 o'clock-
NOTICE OF JMEKTINGS.
St^=* YERBA BUENA LODGE OF PER^
\5-37 fection No. stated meeting THIS *Hs*
(FRIDAY) EVENING. October 4, at 8 Jl
o'clock. ' GEORGE J. HOBE. FA
rS 1 GOLDEN CITY LODGE SO. 63, -yTS
tS-.S' K. of P., will be honored by an of- '(fc)i
licial visit from the Grand ChancellorSSjfOio
George Samuels on FRIDAY EVENING, j^>K
October 4. at Pythian Castle. 909 Market, st.
Members of sister lodges cordially Invited.
E. W. R. LANGE, C. C.
<ii:riß<,K Thomson, K. of K. and S. •
JfcSS= REGULAR MEETING OF v C3^>T
C-t' the CaiedoniaClubTHlS EVEN- 3S, 7Lj?)
ING at 8 o'c:ock at Scottish Hall, 111 >JxX#j?
Larkin st. D. R. McNEILL, Chief. - **2Nb
" James H. Dr.NiAN, Secretary. ■
S^S' TO ALL CONTRACTING PLASTERERS
s>-*' of San Francisco, Oakland. Alameda. Berke-
ley and suburban towns— You are invited to attend
a meeting of the Contracting Plasterers' Associa-
tion at the Builders', Exchange, cor. Mission and
New Montgomery sts., on Tuesday evening, Oc- :
tuber 8, at 8 o'clock, when important matters con-
nected with the trade will be discussed. By order
Of the PRESIDENT
Contracting Plasterers' Association.
B^S THE MILLION CLUB WILL HAVE A
l*^ 7 meeting October 5, 7:30 p. m., at 948 ilis-
sion st. Free to all. Come.
j£SS= NOTICE OF MEETING-THE REGU-
*~-*^ lar annual meeting of the ssockholciers of
Ihe Nevada Bank of >m, Francisco will be
held at Its banking: oilice, 301 Montgomery
St., San Francisco. Cal., oa WEDNESDAY
the ninth (9tb) day of October. 1895, at the
hour of three (3) o'clock p. m., for ihe pur-
pose or electing a Board of Directors to serve
during the ensuing year, and for the transaction of
Bin-h other business as may come before the meet-
ing. ... . D. I',. DAVIDSON, Secretary.
San Francisco, September 24, 1895.
nt^g=» NOTICE-THK ANNUAL MEETING
i»^*^ the stockholder* Of the Bank of California
will be held at the banking-house, In this t-itv ou
TUESDAY, October 8, 1895. at 11 o'clock a m
AI.I.KN M. CLAY, Secre:ary.
San Francisco. September 23. 1895. ■
CS^y trie baths. Offices 47-48, 850 Market su
jSSS 3 YOUNG ENGLISH LADY GIVES AL-
IJ^o' cobol baths. 850 Market st., room 46.
»35=» YOUNG GEKMA N LAD GIVES ALCO-
Bb-j^_ hol baths and manicure. 17a Sixth, room 1.
mpX* ROOMS WHITENED. $1 UP: PAPER-
MK^ ed 83 50 uo. . 317y 8 Third. c;eor«e Hartman.
ftr^» MISS RITA CALDEIt, MANICURE
Efr-p' and alcohol baths. Parlors 2 and 3, 122 Post.
•BPS a YOUNG AMERICAN WIDOW GIVES
B»a^ alcohol baths. 105 Stockton st., room 47.
' bF75=» FOR SALE-HALF INTEREST IN AN
lr»»' Ahs'ract of Title Company in Kureka, Hum-
boldt County, cal. System complete and full
search of county lands in office. Cost to date, $10,-
-000. Terms very reasonable. Full particulars
given. Apply to J. McCALLAN, Eureka, Cal.
Bt3?> BAD TENANTS EJECTED FOR $4.
*v*£r Collections made, • city or country.' PaclQo
Collection Co., 415 Monlgy St.. room Tel. 5580. *
S^S» WINDOWS Ci-EANED A.SD FLOORS
w^^ BCrubbcd; reasonable rates: payment for
damages £U&ranteed. C. ROSSI & CO., 242 Sutler, ,
SPECIAL NOTlCES— Continued.
nss=~ COLLECTIONS: lENANTS EJECTED,
• EEay 810; costs paid. 420 Montgomery, rm. 29.
• l£?s= CORNS REMOVED WITHOUT KNIFE;
! Stii!? no pain. Chiropodit Ir«tltute, 36V 2 Geary.
W^S* ELECTRIC! AND MEDICATED BATHS
: £b<e f l'.'Qi/g Geary, room 1 1 : hours 10 to 10: $1
, SITUATION'S WA>"I'ED*FEJIALI!.
TTOUNO FRENCH LADY DESIRES SITUA-
-1 tion as lady's rcaid, or take care of children;
can teach French ; good references. 33 Rincon pi.
i f^OOK WISHES SITUATION IN AMERICAN
\J family. Apply 155 Minna st.
: (^< IRL WANTS ATION TO ASSIST WITH
1 \JT light housework, or care of child. Apply 365 Va
Clementina st. « -
I'hTEXT WOMAN WISHES'SITUATION
v as housekeeper in small family is good cook.
Call 828 Capp St.
yOILNO LADY WISHES POSITION AS CASH-
X ier, or any position of trust: has good business
education. Address M., box 18, Call Office.
pOMPETENT GIRL WISHES SITUATION TO
\J do upstairs work, take care of children and do
sewing or light housework: willing and obliging;
can give reference. Call 53 Shipley st.. upstairs.
O YOUNG GIRLS SISTERS, WISH SITUA-
-—' tions to do second work, or assist in housework.
Call or address 403 Bryant st. \
\ N ELDERLY GERMAN WOMAN WOULD
-t\- like position for light housework. 363 Minna
St.. near Fifth.
\yiDOW WANTS POSITION AS HOUSE-
'» keeper; city or country. Address S., box 41,
"DELIABLE GIRL WISHES A PLACE TO DO
XV upstairs or general housework. Call 916 Ala-
TJESPECrABLE LADY WISHES SITUATION
XV as working housekeeper for gentleman with
small family. Apply 139 Fourth St., room 37, top
floor. '■'.-, ■■ :?
"ITeLIABLE DANISH GIRL WISHES A SITU-
XV ation to do general housework; not less than
; $20. call or address 29 Vandewater St., upstairs,
J oft' Powell, near Francisco.
I A BLE, competent WOMAN wants
XV a situation to do general housework; first-class
cook. Call or address 231 Third St., room 16, top
"IyANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE LADY, A
" position as working housekeeper or to do
housework in a small family; is willing to go in
the country. Please at 237 Minna St., 2d floor.
"VTEAT YOUNG MARRIED woman WOULD
-L> work part of each day for cast-off clothing for
husband or buy if cheap. Address M.W., box 103,
"VTEAT. RESPECTABLE GIRL WISHES SITU-
-i-^ ation to do housework in small family; wages
$12: sleep home preferred. 27 Stevenson aye., off
Brady, n^ar Potter st.
QITUATION WANTED BY SWEDISH AND
O German girls, first-class cooks, wages $25 to
*40: also No. 1 butler. Apply to MRS. ANDER-
SON, 958 Willow st., West Oakland.
p erman YOUNG lady WISHES position
VX as maid or to take care of lor 2 children will-
ing to travel. H. C. 1434 Franklin St., Oakland.
Ty oman WISH KS TO QO I >UT by the day
«* to do laundry work, housecleanlnst: also win-
dows. 829 Hayes St., near Fillmore. basement.
"V O UNO SWKDISH GIRL WISHES A SITUA-
X tlon to assist in housework. Please call at 3
Pfeiffer St., bet. Chestnut and Francisco.
TGIRL, 14 YEARS OLD.LIGHTHOUSE-
-l.> keeping, or care of child. H. A., Branch Office,
339 Hayes st.
YOCXC WOMAN WITH A GIRL 3Vfe YEARS
X wishes situation as housekeeper where there
are children city or country. Call or address 948
Mission st. : ■"■-*. .
p ERMAN WOMAN WISHES PLaCE TO DO
'J" cooKing and general housework ln small pri-
vate family in city. Address 664y Howard st.,
VOUSGLADY, LAI ELY FROM THE EAST,
X wants position as housekeeper. Call rooms 7
and 8, 210 a O'Farrell st.
QITUATION WANTED AS MAID OR CHAM-
O berwork and sewing; good references. Call at
446 Tehama st.
p OOD SALESLADY WOULD LIKK POSITION
U in millinery store. Address L. S.. 1016 Market.
yOU.NQ WOMAN WOULD LIKE A SITUA-
X tion to do general housework where she can
have 4-year-old child with her; is a good cook: is
willing to work for small wages. Call 351k Minna.
\y ANTED — SITUATION" FOR GIRL 15
»' years of age to assist with light housework or
mind one or two children ; good house more of an
object than wages: must be church-going Piotes-
tants. 411 Post St., basement.
p ENTLEMEN'S MENDING BUREAU. ROOM
VJT 7. 1035 Market st.
p ERMAN GIRL WISHES SITUATION TO DO
VX housework: country preferred; good home
more an object than wages; no children. Ad-
dress M. rr box 10ft, this office.
\" OUNG LADY WISHES SITUATION AS
X working housekeeper. Call 1002 Powell st.
ESPECTABLE GIRL WOULD LIKE A PO-
XY sition as chambermaid In a private family-
Protestant. Apply 930 Guerrero, from 1 to 8 p. m.
ESSMAKER-FIRST-CLASS FITTER AND
stylish draper aud designer: thorough dress-
maker; $3 a day. MISS WARWICK. 309 Ivy aye.
STRONG WOMAN WISHES TO DO HOUSE-
work, washing or ironing by the day. 245
£ Fifteenth st. .;,. -. - -
LADY OF~REFINEMENT WOULD like a
housekeeper's position: no objection to a wid-
ower's family: city or country. pply at roora 2,
first flat, 119 Ninth st.
SEWING OF ALL KINDS AND GENTLE-
men's mending neatly done. 144 Fifth St., r. 6.
', pOMPETENT WOMAN WANTS WORK BY
\J the day; good laundress and understands house-
cleaning; references given. Please call 1104
Ol" NG LADY ATTENDING A BUSINESS
X college wishes room and board for services
morning and evening, also Sundays. Address J. J.
8., box 103, this office. ■
pENTLEMEN'S MENDING NEATLY DONE.
U Call at room 22, first floor, 105 Stockton st.
\\ INCHESTER HOUSE, 44| THIRD, NEAR
" Market 200 rooms, 25c to $1 50 per night:
$1 50 to $6 per week; convenient and respectable-
free bus to and from the ferry.
VyiXCHESTER HOUSE, 44 THIRD, NEAR
»» Market: electric lights in every room: 200
rooms; 25c to $1 50 per night; $l"50 to $6 per
week; free bus to and from the ierry. ■
SITUATIONS TTA NTED -MALE.
Pc. g. cook's socTlfurnishes "cooks^
• all branches; shortest notice. 14 Geary.
SITUATION WANTKD-BY A YOUNG MAN,
O competent and experienced accountant or sales-
man, with hours from 5 p. m. until close of busi-
ness: wages no object; best of city references. Ad-
dress 1912 Fillmore St., flat 4. %
\\f ANTED— YOUNG MARRIED MAN WANTS
" situation as coachman: tboroughfy experi-
inced. Address Coachman, box 124, Call Office.
! yOUXG MAN from Chicago OF GOOD AD-
• . X dress and business ability, age 20, wants a re-
spectable position with money In it. Address M.
D., box 132, Call Ofllce.
ARBERS— YOUXG GERMAN WISHES TO
learn barber trade; understands manufacture
of perfumes and toilet soapa. Barber, box 51, Call.
1 QITUATION AS ASSISTANT BOOKKEEPER,
O stock clerk, timekeeper or driver delivery-
wagon, city or country: flve years' experience in
, this city. Address E. G. H., box 78, Call Office.
GOOD BARBEH WANTS BTEAJJY JOB SAT-
urday and Sunday. Address G. G., box 134,
Call Office. '
ArouNG MARRIED man, FARMER, psed
X to thoroughbred and blood horses and all kinds
of stock; wife can teach stenography, music, etc •
want employment, W. HUNTLEY, P. 0., San
ENGINEER -EXPERIENCED, RELIABLE
man, stationary or marine, with United States
1 certificate, wishes a position. Call or address 1122
' Larkin st.
: \V" ANTED— POSITION BY YOUNG MAN IN
"» wholesale house or retail store; wages no ob-
, ject: want a chance to work up. F. E., box 14,
. Call Office.
' r A NTED— WORK BY AN EXPERIENCED
»» bedraaker, German. Please address G.
MAYER, 533 Sacramento st.
GOOD GERMAN COOK WANTS STEADY,
work in hotel as second cook, lunch cook or
porter. DOLL, 7 Alice, st., off Folsom, bet.
Third and Fourth. .
EXPERIENCED YOUNG MAN WISHES
' XJ place as cli-rk in cigor store: can give refer-
ences. Address C. S., box 103. ChII Office.
OOKKEEPER, 11 YEARS' EXPERIENCE IN
li wholesale, desires position In any capacity: best
. of references; wages no object. S.."box 10, Call.
SOBEB AND WILLING YOUNG MAN (DAN-
ish) desires employment in wholesale house or
factory: willing to do anything else; understands
care of horses aud can milk cows. Address S., hox
1 3, Call Office.
' VI^ANTED-A SITUATION BY A MAN AS
» ' porter or man about place: is willing to work
andean give good relerence; small wages. J. L
box 72, Call Office. . '
HA-M>Y MAN WANTS WORK AROUND
hotel, lodging-house oron ranch; good carpen-
t«r, painter, etc. : or would go as watchman. E.W..
• box 105, Call Office.
O UNG MAN WISHES TO ENTER MA-
X chine shop as apprentice or helper: wages not
so much a consideration; can furnish the very best
; references. Address M. D. 8., box 92, Call Ofllce.
• SS t WANTED. BY FRENCH-SWISS
. t>J man and wife on wineranch: man good wine-
naker, wife s;ood housekeeper. French Wine-
. maker, 516 Pacific s'.
: fkmaxe . HKLP WASTED.
wantkHllhousework girl for san
" Oblspo, see party.in town, $25: German
. cook, $25:. German or French nurse, $25; second
I girl, email wash, $20: laundress, $25; vounc girls
• for housework and assist, $20, $15 and $*10. LEON
i ANDRE, 315 Stockiou st.
. \ V ANTED— COOK, NO WASH; SECOND GIRL
*V* a P ndresB> same house, country, $20 aud
, $25: German nurse, 2 grown children, $20: cham-
bermaid and waitress, private boarding-house, $20:
. French second girl. $20, and a large number of
> girls for cooking ana housework in city and coun-
• try at going wages. J. F. CROSETX <fe CO., 312
, autier sc. > •_'../ _ ' . ■ ■ - • .
THE SAN FRANpiSCO CAIiL, ( JJKIDAY, OUTOUHJK 4, 18^5.
"l\f ANTED— 5 WA rTREsiEsTVI 5 TO $2oTnD
»i room: waitresses for San Jose, Alaraeda,
Chico, Paso Robles, etc.; girl to wait at table some,
*12 and room: house girl, 4 in family. Pine St.,
$20; German or French girl for second work. $20;
giri for Martinez, 3 in family, $20; girl for Belve-
dere. 4 in family, $20; girl for the Mission, 4 in
family. $20: nurse for children, S2O; cook and
second girl for Fresno, $40, fare paid, see party in
office 11 a. m.; family cook, Golden Gate aye.. $20,
nice family: girl for Leavenworth st., 4 in family.
$18 to $20: girl for Gilroy, fare paid, $15. see
party in office 12 o'clock; house girl, Merced, $15,
fare paid; girl for Auburn, family of 2: girl for
Shotwell St., $15; girl in family of 3, Baker St., $15 •
20 to 30 young girls, $8, $10, $12 and $15 a month,
nice families. MARTIN'S Employment Agency
S~ ECOND GIRL, $25; GERMAN NURSE, $25-
-housework girls. Belvedere $20, Sausalito $20.
Oakdale $30. Alameda $26. San Mateo $2(1 : 12
houseworK girls, country. $20 and $25- 6 yo'un?
.-'iris, assist, $10 to $15. MISS CULLEN. 105
Stockton st. -'-■■■ ■;: . •••
pOOK, CATHOLIC INSTITUTION, $25 TOs3o;
\J cook, boarding-house, $25. MISS CULLEN,
105 Stockton st.
P ERMAN OR SWEDISH COOK: OAKLAND;
U $40. MISS CULLEN, 106 Stockton st.
yOUXG GERMAN GIRL; TEND BAKERY;
X Vallejo; $15. MISS CULLEN, 105 Stockton.
F^,TO5 i sfo c O k^l IRL; * 25 - *" S3CUL -
\J CULLEN, 105 Stockton st.
COOK, MECHANICS' BOARDING-HOUSE.
' $30: waitress, small restaurant, $3 a week and
room; woman for the country, $12, fare paid ; a
number of places for housework and cooking. $15
and $20. MURRAY «fe READY, 634-636 Clay st.
WANTED-MOTHER AND DAUGHTER OR
»» two friends to do the cooking and baking for
an Institution short distance in the country $55
per month and good home. APPIy to W. D.
tWKR <fc CO., 626 Clay st.
WANTED-A NURSE FOR INFANT, $30,
»» must travel: Protestant nurse and seamstress,
country, $30; cook and second girl, same family,
$30 and $25, country; 10 good housework girls for
country. $25 and $20. Apply MISS PLL'NKETT.
424 butter st.
pOOK AND HOUSEWORK GIRL, COUNTRY,
\J see party here, $25: Swedish general house-
work girl, no washing. 3 in family, $20; German
or trench second girl, references. $20; 5 general
housework German or Swedish girls, $20; woman
for ranch, $15; German housework girl, $15, and
nurae, $12. C. R. HANSEN <fc CO., 110 Geary st.
pOOK TO WASH AND IRON; NO STARCH
\J pieces; small American family, country; see
party here at 11 o'clock; $25. C. R. HANSEN &
CO., 110 Geary st. ••?_* •
pHAMBERMAIDTO ASSIST WAITING : $20".
HOTEL GAZETTE, 420 Kearny st. *
AT THE WOMAN'S EDUCATIONAL AND
Industrial Union, 7 Van Ncsa aye., dress-
rDßking, millinery, hair dressing, manicuring.
English, French, German, Spanish, painting, man-
dolin, violin, guitar taught; $1 50permontn; sing-
ing and cooking $1 per month; all kluds or woman
O YOUNG GIRLS TO ASSIST IN GENERAL
0 housework; good home; good wages. Home
and Business Bureau, Academy Sciences, 819 Mar-
ROTESTANT GIRLFOR GENERAL HOU E-
J- work; wages $15. 2508 Clay St., after 9 o'clock.
WO YOUNG GTKLS FOR GENERALThOUSE-
X work: wages $10 each. 320 Van Ness aye.
GIRL OR WOMAN FOR LIGHT HOUSE-
, work: 3 in family; wages $10. Call to-day
early 1 609 V Turk st.
pERMAN GIRL, 11 TO 14 YEARS, FOR
board and clothes; good home. Call 8 Eighth st.
W A NTED— A SWEDISH OR GERMAX GIRL
*» capable of doing all kinds of general house-
work family of 2. 1202 Buchanan st.
GIRL— COOKING AND GENERAL HOUSE-
VJ work; small family; no washing. 1522 Post.
Girl for HOUSEWORK AND CARE FOR
I children: sleep home; $10. 605 Jessie, after 8.
r O NG GI BLTOWA I X ON TABLE; WOMAN
X to assist in kitchen. 850 Market st.
LADIES TO KE"POK-Ili-.REB AND DRAP-
eries: no experience necessary; can learn. Call
between 9 and 12 only, 957 Market St., upstairs,
office room 1.
\y ANTED - YOUNG LADY FOR LIGHT
»» general housework; good references. Apply
724 Khotwell st.
(800 GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK; SMALL
yjx^j. family; no washing.' Call after p.m.,
1521 Vallejo st. ;;.:•>'--=!
GIRL FOR SECOND WORK, WAITING AND
small washing. 1355 Post st.
YOUNG GIRL WANTED FOR COMPANION.
1 Call a 7 Taylor st.
y A NTE D — GOOD COOK FOB, COFFEE-
TT house. 505 Fourth st.
W ANTED— NUMBER OF RESPECTABLE
»' girls for cooking and general house work; $15,
$20. $25. Call liy Antonia st., off Jones, nr. Ellis.
GJ.IRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK ;
« small family; good wages: references. NE. cor.
Twenty-fifth and 1-alr Oaks sts.
IRL FOR LIGHT HOUSEWORK; SMALL
VJ family; sleep home. 511% Jones.
IRL TO ASSIST, PASTRY AND DINING-
r room; $20 and room. 1530 Polk st.
WOMEN AND CHILDREN WHO ARE SUF-
" fering with asthma. 221 Davis St., upstairs.
rivEE LESSONS; HAIRDRESSING, MANI-
X curing and face treatment. MRS. BUTLER
131 Post St.. room 20.
ITIAILORESS WANTED AS PANTS FIN-
X isher. 218 Waller st., near cor. Valencia and
r ANTED— GERMAN APPRENTICES ON
" fine ladles' suits and coats. HENRY
WEBTH, ladles' tailor. 643 Post. 1 flight, nr. Jones.
"iy ANTED— ONE FIRST-CLASS WAITRESS
» » in private boarding-house; references required.
916 Van. Xess aye.
jtn USUAL OPPORTUNITY for a BRIGHT
*~- woman as managing office agent. Sospita
Company, oflice 53, Donohoe building.
Y\r NTED — YOUNG WOMAN FOR PLAIN
»» cooking and general housework. Apply bet.
9 a. m. and 3 p ; m. at 1303 Laguna st.
■yOUNG GIRL FOR LIGHT HOUSEWuRK.
X 2716 Folsom st.
■yoUXG GIRL TO ASSIST WITH HOUSE-
x work. Apply 2114 Green gt., after 10 a. m.
\ A N T I . D - A FIRST-CLASS COAT FlN-
' ' isher, at 935 Market St., room 11.
T ADIESTO LEARN THE ENTIRE ART OF
xj 1-rench millinery: competent teachers: guar-
antee to graduate them In three months: fitted for
first-class positions. 234 Taylor st.
AIR-DRESSING, 25c: MA.WCUKING, 25c;
morn, and eve ;10 lessons, $1.5 ■). 1248 Mission.
EFIXED YOUNG L AD V" OF GOOD ADDRESS
XV as saleslady and bookkeeper in dressmaking
establishmem. Address, stating experience, D.
P., box 60, Call otlice.
ADIES TO LEARN DRESSMAKING, CUT-
JJ ting, fitting and finishing by th« World's Fa-
mous System: dressmakers furnished by day-
posulons free; patterns, latest styles, cut to fit, 25c
up. McDowell academ 213 Poweii st.
US. TAILOR SYSTEM OF DRESS-CUTTI\g'
U . actual measurements. 14 McAllister, room 67!
WINCHESTER HOUSE, 44 THIRD, NEAR
Market— Electric lights in every room- 200
rooms: 25c to $150 pernight: $160 to $6 per
week free bus to and from the ferry.
01 QKLLIS-MOZAttT, "ROOMS ~2s<TT(rsr a
«JXt7 night; $1 25 to $5 a week; very respectable.
M°« T CONVENIENT AND RESPECTABLEJ
iJX Winchester House, 44 Third st., near Market-
-200 rooms; 25c to $1 50 per night: $1 60 to $6 per
week; free bus to and from the ferry.
PIANO LESSONS BY THOROUGHLY
schooled artist: lessons 25c. 617 Jones st.
T7RENCH ACCORDION PLEATING: TAILOB>
X made suits; $7; perfect fit. 118 McAUlsterst.
PROFESSOR LIVINGSTON'S DRESSCUT-
J tine and making school: all hranchpg. 702 Sutter.
MALE HELP WANTED.
WANTED— 2 FIRST-'clXss BUTLERsTcITY
M and country, $40. L. ANDRE, 315 Stockton.
1 CM - ll =*~™
Men and boys to pick grapes, dry and box raisins
work in packing and drying houses, wine-cellars,'
etc., $2<i jirr month and found, for a very large
company near city. MURRAY »fc READY, 634
and b36 Clay St.
ft •4 Kl i£? TEKS> J8 A DAY: 20 LABORERS.
VI $20: 10 farmers, $20 to $26: 9 boxmakers: 3
choreboys: 3 farmers and wives: 4 cooks, $40 to
$b0: •_• waiters. $25: 3 dishwashers, $15 to 420- 2
coatraakers: 2 Japanese cooks; butcher, country
hotel. MURRAY & READY, 634 to 638 Clay st.
WANTED -COOK AND WIFE FOR AN
» » institution near city, $55 per month, includ-
ing wasnintr, etc. : also teamsters, farmers, labor-
ers, cooks, waiters and dishwashers. \V. D. EWER
tfc CO., 62ii Clay st.
VyTA NTED - CARPENTERS, $3 A DAY :
** plumber, »2 75 a day: Japanese cook and
wa ter, 10 peoDle, $40, room and board. MARTI
Employment Agency, 719 Market st. ;
HA 1 N < i , THE WAITER, PLEASE RE-
port. C. R. HANSEN CO., 110 Geary st.
BROILER, $60; FRY COOK, 855: ItESTAU-
rant butcher, $45. C. R. HANSEN & CO., 110
Ti i N ? L . l^"« HEAI) WAITER FOR A COUNTRY
ciT.h b Vr? soto 60: Knziis waiter for a country
SF\*l^ h ad , waiter, hotel, $40. C. R.HAN-
&BXS & CO., 110 Geary st.
20 AJI^T ERS Fo ® "AILROAD WORK,
* Wi n d found and free fare - C. R. HANSEN
<E lv., 110 Geary st. -•..■t';.
10 l^'^ J ERa F OR RAILROAD WORK,
CO. 110 Gear^s't. and ffee . fale v R - HANSE * *
WANTED-FIRsT-CLASS BUTLER, iJo"
; U small family. Apply MISS PLUNKETT, 424
WANTED — TIMBER MAN FOR MINE
»' ; speak Spanish: 5 carpenters, $6 day Peruvian
silver, part fart- advanced for Central America-
-4 carpenters for city. $3 day; buttermaker, near
city. $25; farmers, $15: tiemakers; choreboy for
SFTT * ro in « V .; a d Otners - Apply to J.F.CRO-
bETT <g CO., 628 Sacramento st. -
PA STR V COOK WHO CAN II ELP AT RANGE,
I i- *30. HOTiiL GAZETTE, 420 Kearny bU^'
HELP WANTED— Continued.
TI M BER^FELLE R , $50: BARKEbTB26T*2
X ranch teamsters, $20: 5 laborers, city, $26;
farmhand, $15; buttermaker, $20; 2 hammer-
men, $30; drillers, $1 75 a day. R. T. WARD &
C 0.,608. ,608 and 610 clay st.
Xj HST-CLASS BARBKR WANTED: YOUNG
x man preferred. 709 Fifth aye., opp. racetrack.
ARBER FOR SATURDAY AFTERNOON
and Sunday. 872 Howard st. ■
Jg ARBER WANTED AT 604 BEVENTH ST.
RBER FOR SATURDAY EVENING AND
X^Sunday morning. 724 Front st.
BARBER WANTED FOR SATURDAY AND
Sunday at 127 Eddy st. '
T> ARBER WANTED FOR SATURDAY AND
X-»JSunday steady if possible. 707 Brannan st.-
pOATMAK ERS WA NT ED — APPLY AT ll
\J *. m. at the Golden Gate entrance, CHARLES
L> ONS, London tailor, 1212-18 Market st.
T3OY VV^NTED-STALLS 1 AND 2. CENTER
xj Market, corner Sutter and Grant sts.
GENERAL BLACKSMITH, COUNTRY SHOP.
509 Kearny st., room 8.
A'OUNG MAN OR A BOY WANTED TO
X learn barber trade. 797 Mission st.
W" ANTED-BOY OF 16 FOR GROCERY BUSI-
TT ness. 734i/<; Broadway.
PAINTERS WANTED-41V EDDY ST. CALL
X 7:30 o'clock.
ONE RELIABLE GENTLEMAN OR LADY IN
every town to introduce our gold-lined luminous
siijns, doorplates and house numbers; can be read
in the dark; something entirely new; without
exception the finest, best and most attractive plates
ever manufactured: samples, with any name. In-
scription or house number, including neat sample
case, sent on receipt of 81 50: Illustrated circular
10c: inclose stamp for particulars. Luminous
Plate Company, 771 Howard St., S. F., Cal.
G"1 ERMAN BOY WANTED FOR ERRANDS.
VT THE M YSELL-ROLLINB CO., 22 Clay st.
LU MBE HELPER WANTED AT 610
X Montgomery aye.
2 GOOD PAINTERS WANTED. 912 GUER-
A rero st. ; 10 a. m. •
AINTERS WANTED AT 1122 TURK ST., IN
X rear: call between 7 and 8 o'clock.
WANTED — GERMAN IN WINEHOUBE;
' T only for tending bar; must know how to mix
drinks; sell goods in store; steady place for the
right man. Address G., box 1, Call.
TNDUSTRIOUSMAN WITH $40 CASH CAN
X secure steady profitable employment by aadress-
lng 8., box 22. Call Qtface.
T> ARBERS TAKE NOTICK-NEAT 1-CHAIR
J-» shop for sale: sleeping apartment all furnished,
price $50. Address F., box 90, Call Office, Oakland.
\\ r ANTED— ALL CAKPENTEKS TO KNOW
' » that there are plenty of carpenters in San
raiu-isoo; all advertisements to the contrary are
misleading. All help can be supplied by applying
to carpeuters" headquarters at 115 Turk st. or 23
Ninth st. District Council meets at 115 Turk st.
on Wednesday evening.
MEN WANTED TO SKLL MANHATTAN
Stock Food: it Is best. C. KE TELL, San Mateo
ffl* ] ("» A PA TNEU WANTED FOR OUTSIDE
«iPXvv/. delivery ani collecting In good profit-
able business with chance to learn fine trade.
STENBEUG A; CO.. 632 Market st.
CM XA PARTNER WANTED IN LIGHT
'ipi*J\J. business, suited to plain, steady man
satisfied with $16 to $20 a week. 9 Geary, room 2.
TirANTED— A GOOD TRUNKMAKER: NO
»» others need answer. D. D. WHITNEY, Los
Angeles. •-; .-~. ■■. ■ <
PANTSMAKER TO WORK IN
X our shop by the piece. M. J. KELLER COM-
MAN TO TAKE ORDERS FOR PRINTING.
IVL Apply 519 Filbert st.
MEN AND BOYS \VHO ARE SUFFERING
with asthma. 221 Davis St., upstairs.
DRESS AND MESS FURNISHING SALES-
men; winaow-dresserß preferred. A., box 89
Gi O( BARBER wanted~as~" partner
1 for 25c-shop in the country: must have $350
and be either German or American. Apply
WILL & FINCK CO., Barber Supply House. 818
820 Market st.
WANTED— BOY TO ATTEND STORE; ONE
'» living at home: must have references. Apply
at_2933 Mission. >:>.r T .-.:,:...;-,
"PHOTOGRAPHIC PRINTER WANTED. AD-
X dress 10y» Sixth St., Godeus Art Stndio.
BAKBER-SHOP FOR SALE; 2 CHAIRS: IN
XJ country. Apply 11-13 Grant aye. ,
EST-CONDUCTED 6c MEALHOUSE. 635
Clay st.; open day and nlgbt.
SE A MEN AND CARPENTER FOR EUROPE
and all parts of world. 103 Montgomery aye.
A ILORS' P ATT RN COMPANY— ONE SUIT
Xof patterns sent for $1 : satisfaction guaranteed ;
particular attention paid to country orders. Ad-
dress American Pattern Company, 776 Pacificave.,
Alameda; also anew and simple system taught, $10
"I A GOOD TAILOR'S; STEADY WORK; GOOD
lv wages. 541 Market st. .
WAN! ED-2 BATHTUBS, BOILER, TANK
»» and pipes: in good condition: state price, etc.
Address HERMAN KOCH, Vallejo, Cal.
P. RYAN, ANATOMICAL THEATRICAL
.boot and Bhoeroaker,ll7Bi/8 Mission st.,cor.Bth
ALESMEN— SELL TO MERCHANTS BY
0 sample petit ledgers, coupon books and other
specialties: side lines: ready sellers: large line.
Model Mfg. Co., South Bend, Ind.
A MERICAN EXCHANGE HOTEL. 319 SAX-
JTV some St.— ReoDened; European plan; light
airy rooms, 25c to $1 per day, $1 to $4 per week
$4 to $15 per month. Housekeeping rooms $4 per
month up. , T- V .*T .
ARBERS' PROTECTIVE UNION EMPLOY-
ment secretary. CONRAD TROELL, 667 Clay.
Men's SHOES y a SOLBD 40c; LADIES' 3Sc.
ITX done ln 10 minutes. 959 Howard st.
OZART, 319 ELLIS, ROOMS 25C TO 50C
night, $1 25 to 85 week; reading rooms. - * •
\\; INCHE.STEII HOUSE. 44 THIRD, NEAR
'» Market: 200 rooms; 25c a night; reading-room:
free bus to and from the ferry.
WHAT CHEER HOUSE, 529 sacramento
'' st. : 100 outside rooms: best spring beds; single
rooms, 20c a day; $1 a week; meals, 10c.
WANTED-15 MEN TO TRY OUR SQUARE
" meals for 10c. 60 Third st.
rr.HE RAILROAD HOUSE, 633 COMMERCIAL
X st., below Montgomery: single rooms 15c night.
26c for two: best and cleanest house in town.
A f EN'S SHOES Va-SOLED. 40c: HEELS, 26c;
li done In 15 miautes. 685 Kearny St., basement.
"I? REE COFFEE AND ROLLS. 704 SANSOME;
X single rooms 15c, 20c a night, $1 a week.
\y ANTED— MEN WHO DO NOT RECEIVE
• » their wages to plane accounts with us; law and
commercial collection: no charge unless successful.
KNOX COLLECTION AGENCY. 110 Suiter, r 4.
EST PLACE IN CITY FOR SECOND-HAND
shoes, 726 opp. Howard-nt. Theater, or 129
Sixth st.; misfit shoes bought or exchanged.
IVE MEN WANTED FOR LIGHT OUT-
door work : will pay competent person $3 50 a
day. Apply at store, 328 Seventh st.
TRY ACME HOUSE, 957 MARKET ST., BE-
J. low Sixth, for a room; 25c a night; $1 a week.
QOl ELLIS, ROSEDALE— iisc TO 60c
kJ^jX nigbt: $1 to $3 a. week: open a!l night.
IINDELL HOUSE, 6TH AND HOWARD-
j Bingle furnished rooms. 750 week, 16c night.
W ANTED- LABORERS AND MECHANICS
»» to know that Ed Rolktn, Reno House proprie-
tor, still runs Denver House, 217 Third st. - 160
large rooms: 25c per night; $1 to $3 per week.
"ANTED-MEN TO GET BOTTLE SHARP
steam beer, sc; bottle wine. 6c. 609 Clay st.
W ANTED— ROOMS, 150 A DAY- $1
»T week: rooms for two, 25c a day, $1 60 a week:
reading room- daily papers. 3fi Clay st.
HOES HALF-SOLED IN 10 MINUTES:
done while you wait; at less than half the usuai
price; all repairing done at half price; work guar-
anteed. 662 Mission St., bet. First st. and Second st.
I AA MEN TO TAKE LODGING AT 10c, 150
J-,Y and 20c a night, includintf coffee and roll*.
624 Washington St., near Kearny.
X> 25 cents per night; 81, $1 26, $1 60 P «r week.
Pacific House .Commercial and Leidesdorff sta.
400 MK.VSIiECpND-H SHOES.SOME
nearly new, fl6c to $1 25. 562 Mission st.
ARBERS, FOR EMPLOYMENT CALL SEC.
if Rarlu-rs' Assn.. 12 Seven h. 11. SCHKUNKRT.
Tp^RTNEITwANTED A ', MAN UFACTUF^
«n»n business, silent or active; capital required
$5000, for which real estate security will be given-
no manufacturer of these goods on this coast. Ad-
(ln-ss s. s.. box 134, Call OfHce.
fy^TTAGE^Tm LOWER i^ f :~5"~~TO~7
\J rooms: modern Improvements; Western Addi
tlon; rent nasonable. Address P., 717 Larkin st.
B^Ypri<p~UAy: familyTg ive price
and location. C, bo\ 6, Call Office.
VVT ANTED-ROOM OR BOARD FOR PIANO
'' lessons ; professional. P., onx 72, CaU Oflica.
WANTED— 3IISUELr.ANEO US.
IfRUIT FARMER WOULP LIKE TO LEASE
J small fruit ranch for a term of 2 or 3 years- or
will take charge of place on reasonable terms. Ad-
dress Farmer, 1468 Ninth St., Onkland.
■W A NTED-KIT OF CARPENTER'S TOOLS"
»T must be in good order and cheap. Address w!
G^N^. Call Branch Office, Alameda. I * UIOBO >¥
W ANTED - SECOND-HAND CASH REGIS-
" ter. Address, with particulars, R., box 15.
this o.'Uco. ..'
AMATEURS HAVING A GOOD CAMERA TO
dispose of will do well to write C. C. 110 N Sut •
er st., Stockton, cal.
WANTED — SECOND HAND . 30-INCH PA-
. '...Per-cnKertngood condition: write to or call
at 1054 Broadway (upstairs), Oakland. 1
Klein; SIXTH BT., PAYS GOOD prices
for clothing, books and jewelry: pcstal. ■
TYPEWRITERS AND 'SUPPLIES.
T N VI SfciBLE^ RIBBONS~~ AXD CARBONS
x are absolutely guaranteed. United Typewriter
i and Supplies Co., 413 Montgomery st. Ayi>ewmer
T, AD A GENTS-SOMETHING NEW; LLS
JJ at sight; everybody buys: lady make $74 60
Insy days: sample 25c. D. W. ROBERTS, 609
Sacramento St.. upstairs.
T ADY AGENTS TO SELL MME. KAASH'S
JJ preparations for tho skin ; good wages. 14 Mc-
Allteter s:., rooms 67 and 68, 1 to 5 p. m.
WANTED-Spi.ICITORS TO SELL MONITOR
TT water-filter in Alameda County good waces.
L.L. SALSBURY, 1002 Broadway. Oakland, 9 to
12 A. Mi
OTOP-1F YOU MAKE LESS THAN $6 PER
O day call or write, male or female: all make
money selling our novelties. ALUMINUM soy -
ELTV COMPANY, 1608 Market st.
4 DVERTISING AGENT; COMMISSION: ES-
-TV tablished 9 years. 408 California st., room 7.
CITY SOLICITORS, SALARY AND COMMI3-
\J sion. Barter Portrait Co., 432 sutter st
PRACTICAL DISHWASHER; $5 A DAY
X made easy: sample to agents $3. Oakland
Specialty Company, 962 Broadway, Oakland.
pALIFORNIA MUTUAL BENEFIT SOCIETY
\J wants (rood agents to work its accident and
sick Insurance; liberal inducements offered. J.
W. HANNA. Secretary, Murphy building.
DR. GOODWIN MA«v*.S A SPECIALTY OF
diseases of women and restores all irregulari-
ties in one day, guaranteeing a cure or no charge:
regulator *2; home for patient?. 1370 Market st.
S" PECIALIKT— PRIVATE DIBEABES OF MEN.
Olrice 6, 318 Kearny st.
NEW PROCESS— NO MEDICINE. l.NSTRU-
ments or worthless pills nsed: every woman
her own physician for all female troubles; no mat-
ter from what cause; restores always iv one day;
if you want to be treated safe and sure call on men's
physician ;knowiedge can be sent&use.i at home;all
cases guaranteed. DR. POPPER, 318 K»-arny st.
DR. SCHMIDT, 1508 MARKET— DISEASES
Of women: hours 1 10 3 and 6to6p. m.
PROF. SH I PLEYJI'APE- WORM SPECIALIST,
906 Market St., >»n Francisco, has cured 1800
tapeworms in past 14 3*ears here; read circular of
symptoms: consultatioa free; call or write.
ROFESSOR A. L. COBRY, TAPEWORM
specialist, has removed to 921 Market st., bet.
Fifth and Sixth: consultation free. . .
MRS. DR. DALE - QUICK RELIEF FOR
J-'J- irregularities, whatever cause; practiced since
1872 San trancisco: 40 years' experience; trav-
elers helped ; no delay: no instrument use 1; home
In confinement; pills $1. 1328 Grove at.
DR. RICORD'S EXPRESS S2 50: SAFE,
sure, reliable; Klcord's specialties, females.
Maison et Cie, agents. ROOT'S, Sixth and Howard.
URECURE FOR ALL FEMALE DISEASES.
O from whatever cause; a home in confinement
with every comfort; satisfaq ion guaranteed, by
MRS. DR. GWYER. 226 Turk st.
ALL FEMALE IRREGULARITIFS RE-
stored in a few hours: safe and sure relief at
anytime; travelers helped at once: home in con-
finement: French pilis guaranteed? consult free.
MRS. DR. WYETH, 916 Pm st., near Larkin.
V\ XV THROW AWAY MONEY FOOLISHLY
" on worthless pills and humbugs when we ciiar-
antee to restore Irregularities In 8 hours with our
new discovery, which is safe and sure. Price $5
Call or. address MME. KARKOW Woman's Dis-
pensary, 1206 Market st.
T A DIES. IF TRREGULAR CONSULT MRS.
Xi EM ARY . sure cure. 156 iy 8 Market street.
LL LADIES IN TROUBLE CONSULT FREE
-fV MRS. DR. SCOTT, now of 119-121 Powell st.,
the only reliable specialist In San Francisco: $600
paid tor a case I cannot cure, no matter whal
cause; special attention to disease of the eye.
THE "INFALLIBLE PREVENTIVE." FOR
X either sex: send 2c for information or 50c for
trial TAYLOR CII EM. CO., box 1896. s. F.
\ I RS. DR. WEGENER; PRIVATE HOME IN
'*• confinement; irregularities cured in a few
hours without operation; pills $2. 419 Eddy st.
AILLARD'S FRENCH SPECIFIC NEVER
fails to correct any female irregularities from
whatever cause. Price $5. Agent, EDWIN W.
JOY, Powell and Market sts., San Francisco.
T\AUbET'S APH TABLETS— THE GREAT
XJ modern remedy for the cure of neurasthenia,
lmpotency, and all disorders of the sexual organs;
$1 a box : 6 boxes $5 ; send for circular. WIDBER'B
Drug Store, 14 Ellis St.. sole agent.
ALPEAU'S FRENCH PILLS, A BOON TO
ladies troubled with irregularities: no danger:
safe and sure: $2 60 express C. O. D.; don't delay
until too late. OSGOOD BROS., Oakland. Cal.
TF IRREGULAR Olt ANY FEMALE DISEASE
X see Mrs. Dr. Puetz and be content. 264^ 4th.
~ EDUCATIONAL.. ~~ ~
I*l board, English, French, German, piano, $30
month; separate French kindergarten ; coach.
MRS. MELVILLE SNYDER, 619 VAN NESS
i'L aye.; oratorical, vocal and dramatic academy;
classes and private lessons; also piano; dramatic
elocution a specialty. .
TT'ORMER . STANFORD PROFESSOR PRE-
X I pares students for the university (admission on
recommendation); law, medical college, civil
service; day <fe eve classes. Room 333 Phelan bldg.
GERMAN, FRENCH, PIANO— NEW, RAPID
VX method : moderate. European teacher. 623 Turk
ITHER LESSONS BY F. LAUTERBACH.
Rooms 70 and 71, 305 Larkin, cor. McAllister.
■\7IOLIN, MANDOLIN, CELbO. BANJO; KEA-
V sonable. PROF. FRANCIS, 1046 V Valencia.
LOCUTION— DRAMA, DELSARTE, PHYST-
Xj cal culture, voice culture. OLIVE HOFF
SCHROEDER, 299 Hyde st.; call afternoon or
]VriGHTSCHOOL;UEALD'SBUS. COLLEGE; 24
i-> Post : commercial, shorthand, English ; low rate*
ELOCUTION — VOICE-CULTURE. RECITA-
XJ tion. Drama; class or private. W.T.ROSS.6 Eddy.
"I^RENCH-LEARN TO SPEAK~HrSTT~IN-
faIIibIe method. E. DU CASTEL, 6 Post st.
pHEMISTRY AND ASSAYING. CUNNING-
\J ham's School, cor. Geary and Powell sts.
TTRENCH, GERMAN, SPANISH; LIVING
X method; Larcher School, Flood bldg, Market st.
SAN FRANCISCO BUSINESS COLLEGE, 1238
Market ; send for cat.; day and evening session.
ENGLISH LITERATURE AND MYTHOLOGY
class or private. MRS. EHRMAN, 1234 Bush.
OCAL TEACHER JOSEPH GREVEN IM-
proves and beautifies even spoiled voices, and
procures positions to his pupils. 82 Ninth st.
\riOLIN, MANDOLIN, GUITAR, CORNET
V taught. Prof. L. MERKI, 226 Geary -.reasonable
acific ACADEMY, ACADEMY SCIENCES
bldg; thorough commercial & English training.
ELASCO'S LYCEUM school, OF acting—
Private theatricals arranged ; pnpils rehearsed
on stage. R. 5 & 12. 1. 0. 0. F. block, 7th and Market.
ELECTRICAL, CIVIL, MINING, ME-
O chanical engineering, surveying, architecture,
assay : estab. '64. . VAN DER NAILLEN.723 Alku
TIEHL'S SHORTHAND AND BUSINESS
College, 723 Market st. : diploma course $30.
1 ENGLISH BRANCHES TAUGHT BY MISS
J DILLON, 14 McAllister, r. 46; vate or class.
EALD'S BUSINESS COLLEGE. 24 POST
Bookkpg, business practice, shorthand, typing,
electrical engineering, telegraphy, modern lan-
guagea rapidly taught. Wriie for catalogue.
pROOME DENTAL ASSOCIA^t7o3FT7S9^MAR^
W ket, bet. 3d and 4th, gas specialists;' only reli-
able agent for painless extraction: artificial teeth
frm $5; fillings frm $1; extracting 50c. with gaasl.
ffl>7 A SET FOR TEETH: WARRANTED AS
«JP I good as can be made; filling $1. DR. SIMMS,
dentist, 930 Market St., next Baldwin Theater.
kTh. G. YOUNG. BRIDGES AND TEETH
without plates a specialty. 1841 Polk st.
DR. LUDLUM UlLii, 1443 MARKET ST.,
near Eleventh: no charge for extracting when
plates are made; old plates made over like new;
teeth from $8 per set: extracting s»c; gas given.
CIOLTON DENTAL ASSOCIATION. 806 MAR-
\J ket St. DR. CHARLES W. DECKER.
TpiRST-CLASsFDENTISTRY" AT LOWEST
X prices at Obdontunder Dental Parlors. 815%
Geary st., bet. Hyde, and Larkin; extractions
(pnlnless) for 60 days more, 50c. R. L. WALSH,
D.D S., proprietor.
R.J.J. LEEK, 1206 MARKET, CORTgOLDEN
Gate aye.— evenings; Sundays till noon.
R.REA.3OO TURK ST-ALL DENTAL WORK
at lowest prices and warranted ; open evenings.
ALL WORK REASONABLE AND WAR-
ranted. DR. J. W. KEY. 1122 Market st.
DR. GEORGE VV. LEEK, THE GENUINE
' Leek dentist, discoverer of painless extraction
and patentee of improved bridge work or teeth
without any piate, moved from 6 to 20 OFarrell st.
Tiri'cAJuoAN'' 'yotTmon c y *on~Vf.~ "and
» » Oakland real estate, first mortgage, at 7 and 8
percent. A. F. JOHNS & CO., 632 Market si., rm.
ANY SUM OF MONEY ADVANCED- ON
your furniture, pianos or real estate: lowest
rate: call and state your proposition or write; open
evenings. J. NOONAN. 1021 Mission st.
pRcTp6sALSFO^I ; uIRNIsH7N\Tst'PPLI[ES^
X Notice is hereby given that the Board of Direc-
tors of the Industrial Home of Mechanical Trades
for the Adult Blind will receive and open proposals
for supplying the home for the coming year, com-
mencing October 14, 1895, and : ending October 13,
1896, with the lollowing articles : - 1. . Broomcorn,
Wire, Twine,, etc. ,2. Beef and Mutton. 3. Gro-
ceries and Provisions. 4. Wood and Coal. Bids
will be opened on Monday, October 14, 1895, at the
hour of four o'clock and thirty minutes p. m. (4-30
o'clock p. m.) of said day at the home, corner of
Thirty-sixth street and Telegraph avenue, Oakland,
California. Blank forms with Schedules'of Sup-
plies required , with conditions etc., can be hao upon
application to the Superintendent, Joseph Sanders
at the home, corner of Thirty-sixth street and
Telegraph avenue, Oakland, California. The
hoard reserves the right to reject any and all bids.
By order of the Board of Directors,
.' • "- ■•■:-■ ■ JOHN AMES, Secretary.
PROPOSALS FOR RAISING AND IMPROV
X ing a school building— proposals will be
received by the . Superintendent of Common
Schools, in open session of the Board of Education,
new City Hall, on | Thursday, | October 10, 1895,
at 8:30 o'clock p. m., for raising the Rich-
mond Primary School building, on First aye., near
Point Loboa aye., constructing brickwork base-
ment, new system ■of sewerage and water closets,
in accordance with plans and specifications at the
office of Charles I. Havens, ■ architect of the board,
room 55, Flood building, corner of Fourth and
Market sts. GEORGE BEANSTON, Sec.
; _________B__sj__i_SSS CHANCES. _ '_ _"".'.'.'.
<2» 1 9X A RANTTGOOrTLOC ATION ;
*JP L£.O\J. receipts $45 to $50 daily: good reason
for selling: trial allowed buver' who mtansbusl-
ness. S TEN BERG A CO., 632 Market st. ■ ;
Q9^AA EXPRESS TRANSFER CO.; HAS
*iP^.tJ\J\J. the largest trade between this city
and Oakland: clears $-..'5O to $300 per month: pro-
prietor owns his own property— barns, offices, stor-
ages, etc. ; has 4 finest teams running across the
bay; worth $3500: one of nicest, cleanest busi-
nesses In this sta c: established 15 years: grand
chance for some active man; retiring from "busl-
ness. STENBERG CO., 632 Market, opp. Palace.
<$* SALOON, OLDEST, BEST ESTAB-
*^r V * Hshed place city; •normous transient
trade; fine bar and back bar, reglsrers, safe in-
cluded; references to breweries and wholesale
liquor-bouses as to amount business now and dur-
ing past 9 years: monthly net income justifies in-
vestment of $15,000: owner made fortune: going
to Europe. fcsTE>'BERG Co.. 632 Market si., opp.
<JJ»9(|A PARTNER WANTEP-CORNER SA-
•4P_("I7. loon: transfer point: partner preferred
to hired help: bargain. STEXBERG CO., 632
Market St., opp. Palace.
9AA RESTAUKANT, BRANCH BAKERY ;
«JP*.UI7. 4 living-rooms; rent $15: chicKen-yard,
houses included. STENBERG CO., 652 Market.
01? \ «AKERY, CONFECTIONERY * ICE-
«UT_tJI/. cream parlor; location near Kearny st.:
no opposition: controls large trade: cheap at $800:
splendid chance for man and wife. STENBEBG
CO., 632 Market st.
Cj9i|A PARTNER WANTED Fn TVELi.-
-'?-' '"-"• payln: butcher-shop to attend outside
; delivery and collec ing; t;.)od wace-i guaranteed.
STENBERG & CO., 632 xMarket st.
PROLL & CO., REAL ESTATE bT'SINESS
Brokers and Auctioneeis— choice list of
merchandise businesses, restaurants, hotels, sa-
loons, grocery, bar, branch bakeries, delicacies,
produce, wood and coal yards; buyers furnished
and partners procured at short notice; lodging
ana private furnished houses a specialty; furniture
soid on commission or bought for cash. Ofiice 719
Market st, near Third, L. PROLL, Manager.
fi>97?: BRANCH BAKERY AND DELI-
tH;— ' I tK cacy store; receipts $10 to $12aday;
best location: don't miss seeing this bargain.
BARRETT & CO., 8651/2 Market st.
Cji AAA COFFEE SALOON; BUSINESS OF
iID X \J\J\J . $50 perday : low rent ; isaKreement of
partners cause of sale. BARRETT, 8651/2 Market.
CjXOX BAKERY: ALL COUNTER TRADE:
(ipO^iO. large store: 2 fine ovens: good location:
guaranteed daily sales, $15; good chance for coffee
parlor. BARRETT iS CO.. 866y Market st.
"V'OTICE— DO YOU WANT TO DISPOS OF
your business promptly? HEALY, 23 Kiarny.
q»OAA junk store for sale ON ac-
«ipOV7v'. count of sickness: no rent to pay: furni-
ture of rooms included. HEA LV, 23 Kearny st.
STHOn RtsT -- BAK ERY AND LUNCH
<£) I \J\J\J. parlors: best lo ation in the city: es-
tablished 30 years; business of $100 per day; full
value for amount Iced: urgent bu>lness elsewhere
cause of selling. Apply W. F. HEALY, 23 Kearny.
SALOON: ONE OF THE OLDEST AND BEST
O established saloons in the city: doing a first-
class business: fine fixtures: cheap rent: clearing
$400 a month above all expenses: owner must go
Eastatonce: will sell for half value: full Investi-
gation allowed saloon men; don't miss this great
bargaiu: such a tiargaln will never be offered again.
WOOD «fc CO., 917 Market.
Q»^AA* MANUFACTURING BUSINEBS;
<!pO\J\J, stock will invoice price asiced; nothing
like it in city; wholesale trade only: owner leaving
ciiy. WOOD & CO., 917 Market st.
or SALE CHEAP— A GOOD PAYING SA-
loon on Third street. Inquire at WICHMAN,
LUTGEN & CO.'S, 318 Clay st. ; no agents.
W; ANTED— MAN WITH FEW HUNDRED
» » dollars to join advertiser In pushing a new In-
vention in San Francisco which has been tremen-
dously successful in Southern California. Hand-
some profits and quick sales; •ullest investigation
courted: references exchanged. Address 1., box
114, Call Oflice. . .« •.^
©QAA LODGING-HOUSE FOR SALE. 641
<JFOVU. Washington St.. Plaza House.
GfQ(|A BARGAIN, LODGING-HOUSE 8
•IPU"V. rooms newly furnished, clearing $75 a
month. 117 Eddy st.
9KA FOR SALE. STOCK AND FURNI-
K9~ t*J\J. tureof poultry ranch above Fruitvale:
325 chickens, incubator and brooder, horse and
waeon: 6-ioomed house partly furnished; 3 acres
all in fruit; rent $12 50. Apply room 34, from 110
4, Donohoe building.
TVESTAURAXT FOR SALE OR RENT-AN
Xl/ elegantly fitted and appointed downtown res-
taurant: complete; all modern Improvements and
conveniences: for sale or rent. Apply P.O. box 2261.
BRAXCH BAKERY. AXD STATION ERY-
store for sale. Apply 32tt Ninth st.
FOR SALE-ONE OF THE BEST SPORTING
goods and bicycle establishments on the Pacific
Coast; valuable agencies attached; pays a good in-
come; reasonable price; excellent opportunity.
Address Sport, box 103, Call Office, Sen Francisco.
MU TUAL BUILDING-LOAN ASSOCIATIONS;
J.tx loans on homes: shares: rent money soon pays
for a home; investments in shares are safe and
uroritable: new series now; $1 per month. CHAR,
E. YLOR, room 8, floor a, Mills bnildlng. *
ffl» 9000 IMMEDIATE NECESSITY; CALLS
<g)4KJ\J\J. party to Europe; will sell his interest
in established and remunerative business. Box
92, Call Office.
OR SALE COMPLETE AND WELL-
stocked candy, book and notion store: on ac-
count of departure from city. 2115 Flllmore st.,
near California. ';.,;,-,
STABLISHED EMPLOYMENT AGENCY ■
XJ owner going East ; cheap. 21 Eddy st.
POT CASH PAID FORTa ITTkINDS OF MER-
O chandlse; strictly confidential. R. J. box 36.
IRST -CLASS CHANCE FOR TWO PER.
X' sons: restaurant, in excellent location and doing
good trade; will be sold at a sacrifice. 1104 Fill-
C?XXrk CORKER SALOON: BEST LOCA-
qpuuyj. tion; well worth $1000; must be sold on
account of sickness. Apply REISER, Jonah Sa-
loon, 21 Third st.
OR SALE CHEAP— ON PRINCIPAL BUSl-
ness street of Oakland, a well-equipped cash
grocery business, including stock, fine fixtures,
horse, wagon, etc. C. box 73, Call Office. Oakland.
'^00 A RELIABLE LADY PARTNER.
t£)tJ"./V/. good manager, wanted in established
parlor business; large profits. Reliable, box 57,Ca11.
FOR SALE— SBO; RESTAURANT"; MUST
sell this week : leaving city. 496 Eighth st.
O stock; well payine: established 3 years; de-
parture. Apply Call Office.
p ROCERY-STORE FOR SALE; WITH" OR
VT without bar. 731 Seventh St., Oakland.
UTCHER-SHOP: GOOD BUSINESS. bT
J-> BASCO, 435 Bush St.
roRSALE OR RENT-MARBLE hall. se.
X corner of Jackson and Kearny sts.: bar fix-
tures; piano: fine bowling alley: place In good
order: present owner has run this place 6 years*
selling on account of other business. Call 8 to 9 p.m.
Af AN OF ABILITY — SALARY $100 PER
-WA month— as assistant manager in lage mercan-
tile ousinpss, established 7 years, in good location,
with good stock, doing good cash business: to pur-
chase one-half interest for $3500; stock Inventory,
000: no charge made for good will, as we desire
a man of good ability to assist manage: close in-
vestigation allowed; bsst of references required
and offered. T*iis is a rare opportunity for you to
get Into an established, well-advertised" and good-
paying business, where you can earn a good salary
and make good interest on your investment. For
further particulars address Partner, box 47, Call.
WANTED-MEN OF SMALL CAPITAL TO
1 » engage in the following businesses: Hotel
harness-shop, drugstore and Beneial-merchandise
store, etc.: best opening in the State: mills and
factories employing large numbers of men; we will
build for the right parties. For particular* address
SHEPHERD &TEAGUE, Ulff J st., Fresno. Cal.
p ROCERY, BAR AND 6 ROOMS; GOOD COR-
VJ ncr: cheap to the righe party; a baigain. Ap-
ply Call Office.
TPOK SALE-DELICACY. bakery AXD
x grocery store; 4 living rooms, furnished; good
reasons for selling; no agents. 718 Turk st.
OALOON FOR BAXJS CHEAP-XICELY FIT-
O ted up. 819 Battery st.
TTiOR SALE-GOOD. NEATLY Fin ED UP
X corner saloon. Inquire.l 33 Fourth st.
PAYING BRAXCH BAKERY AXP 080-
X eery; sacrifice If sold by 12th. 921 V2 Howard.
ESTAURAXT— LOW RENT: GOOD BUSl-
ness for little money. Call at 1934 Market.
T^OR SALE— PATENT RIGHT OF MONKEY-
X I wrench. WALFRED EBKRQ. 227 Jackson st.
"I7OR LE— GOOD-PAYING COUNTRY SA-
X 1 loon; full Inventory. Inquire 541 Mission st.
THE PALACE HOTEL
X AT UKIAH, MENDOCINOCOUNTY, CAL.,
TO RENT OR FOR SALE
ON LIBERAL TERMS.
Inquire of J. M. MAXNON, Ukiah, or WIL-
LIA3I HEESER. Mendocino. ■ *w <
1A TO $100 INVESTED IN CIirCAGO
*4D XV wheat or New York stocks on margin pays
many times original Investments and makes for-
tunes: losses limited, but profits are unlimited:
pamphlets explaining details free. BURBRIDGE
<fc CO., Commission Brokers, 325 Pine St., 8. F.
FAMILY HOTEL FOR SALE;, ESTABLISHED
30 years: a bargain for Immediate purchaser:
55 i rooms, bar and dining-room, j Apply R. BER-
GEN. 509 Pine st. ..
L"<OR SALE— ESTABLISHED BRAXCH
r bakery and stationery store: clouig a <ood cash
business. Call and Investigate at 2148 Mission gt.
EXPRESS BUSINESS: STAND, NSOME
and Bush sts. J. C. FREDERICKS. Owner.
PORNER SALOON. WITH ROOMS; OLD
VJ stand; cheap rent. 822 Battery st.
X steady trad«: rent $15. 1009 Lark
FOR SALE— BLACKSMITH AXD WHEEL-
-T wright shop In country; strictly cash, trade.
Apply I. S. VAN WINKLE, 413 Market 8U
mall MANUFACTURING BUSIXESS for
sale. Full investigation solicited. W. a.
SCHRACK, 21 Xew Montgomery st. ■-■
<UiQ^n CORNER GROCERY <fe BAR: FINE
ts)Oo\J. trade: 3 living-rooms. WOOD. 917 Mkt.
JUNCTION CORN FRUIT , PRODUCE
O business. 1942 Market, cor. Gough and Halght.
9A A PARTNER WANTED IN SALOON •
<Ip«- \J\J. good location on Market St.; no trlfiers
; need answer. Address G. J. 8., box 6, Call Office.
OR SALE— GOOD SALOON. FOR FUR-
ther particulars inquire at OTTO SCHIIf KEJU'S
grocery, corner Bryant and Langion sts.
. -. - . ." '■■"■-
' 'BUSINESS" CHANCES-Contlnned;
Ol 9AA GMIA* BOOM: ' ELEGANTLY FIT-
t^iZiVU. ted up and good-paying; »*» t l , d wn -
tswn location; particulars 533 California: Phoenix
bar. ; _.
©QAAA OLD-ESTABLISHED CO RN E R
tthOUUU. baron Fourth St., near Market; rare
chance to get monthly paying saloon of ip-ou net.
Inquire 533 California St., Phianix bar.
OST CONVENIENT AND RESPECTABLE:
Winchester House, 44 Third St.. near Market;
200 rooms: 25c to $1 50 per night: $1 60 to $6 per
week ; free bus to and from the ferry. 11
LODGING-HOUSES *'OK SALE.
STEXBERG COMPAXY. 632 MARKET ST., 4
OPPOSITE PALACE HOTEL. _„ _
40 rooms. Market St., oak furniture — * 2 *? XX
14 rooms, bay-window, clears $65, only BOU
16 rooms, near City Hall, finely furnished.... 900
24 rooms. Gearv st., selling account of death": liuu
MONEY TO LOAN. MOMJV TO LOAN..
1 f>ROOM HOUSE ON GEARY ST.: RENT $45
I— l price $800. DECKER, 1206 Market st.
27-KOOM HOUSE TO EXCHANGE: <jr .T Y OR
I country real estate. DECKER, 1206_Market.
A ROOM HOUSE; POLK ST.. NEAR CALI-
1U lornia: $300. DECKER. 1206 Market st.
T ODGIXG-HOUSE; 19 R»<OMS; SALE AO
XJ c.mnt tick ne is. 48 Seventh
(JQ-A HOUSE; 9 ROOMS; tran-
«lpOc>U. slent trade. Apply Landlady. tonrth. •
"l A ROOM HOTEL IX HAY W ABDB TO RENT
tX) cheap. SPECK A CO., 8M Market st.
J_IQA HOUSE: 11 ITIINISIIH) KOOMS
1OI». and store: tour months' rent pail. 3129
Sixteenth st. : .;-:
OR -SALE— LOGSDON HOUSE. 336 a BUSH
St.: must sell on account of sickness of the
owner: house full of steady roomers; call and see
what a great bargain this is. ■
Q£7 AND 869 MARKET ST.. OPPOSITE
O\J Powell; best located lodging-house in th«
city; 175 beds: to rent furnished or unfurnished
from October 15; special Inducements to a good
live man. Apply to BEXJ. M. GUNN A CO., 228
Montgomery st. __^_^_____
FURNITURE FOR SALE'
tJ)_iUU. day ; furniture entire flat. 1013FlUmore.
pOMPLETE OUTFIT FOR ROOMS $80
\J Brussels carpet laid *j> .
Heavy linoleum V, *°°
Free packing and delivery across the bay. Coun-
try orders solicited. Send for circular. SHIREK&
BHIBKK. 1310-12 Stockton st. Open evenings.
EDUCTIONS ON LARGE 3TOCK, NEW AND
XL second-band; 400 carpet.*, 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. li. NELSON. 126 Fourth st.
pl'T PRICES IN FURNITURE AND CARPETS
\ ■' rhl« wc<»k »t MrCABE'S. PIH-OftO MlMion -it.
A MERICAX FURXITURE COMPANY WILL
A you the highest cash price for your furni-
ture, carpets, etc. 1129 and 1131 Market.
\ UCTIONEER" J. C. MOTHER. 719 MARKET
-<-V st._, pays highest cash prices for furniture. .
BROS., 1710 MARKET ST., FUBNI-.
'» ture bought and sold; telephone, souih 762.
LWAYS BEFORE SELLING SEE H. jT
LEUTHOLTZ, 821 Mission, bet. 4th and 6th.
g! KRASKY, CARPETS. PICTURES.
. folding, iron beds, furniture; low prices; CaL
stepladder manu tactd for the trade. 779 Mission.
AHH PAID FOR FURXITURE AND MER-
\J chandlim. I, H. BIRD Auctioneer.lO Fulton. .
pianos, nOUKSf etc.
bargain list of pcanoB. •*
All fully warranted 5 years. Cash or easy
1 Standard; rosewood; good condition 9150
1 Nugent; an excellent piano; very cheap 200
2 Gablers: thoroughly renewed: same as new. 250
1 Marschall: practically new 22S
1 Emerson: largest size: bronze panels. 275
1 Estey; slightly used 275
1 Emerson; largest size; walnut: beautiful . 325
SHERMAN. CLAY <t CO.,
Pacific Coast Agents Steinway Piano, cor. Kearny
and Sutter ■* • '
Large selection of renting pianos.
FINE STEIXWAY, EXCELLEXT ORDER,
must be sold. Room 21. 809 Market st.
IMMEDIATE SALE; UPRIGHT PIANO;
small size; $50. Room 10, Flood building.
WE B ER. SOHM EX, EMERSON, LESS THAN
T > half cost. BRUEXN, 228 Post st.
CIELEBR-VTED BUSn «fc GERTS PIANOS;
VJ tone unsurpassed; cases unique. A.-L. BAN-
CBOFT <fe CO., 324 Post St. "
rEW STEINWAY, CHICKERING AND
-I Emerson second-hand uprishts; almost new;
your own price. BOWERS <fc SON. 23 hif th st.
TjMXE EMERSON PIANO FOR $125; GOOD
J as new. HEINE. 410 Post st.
OU P R I OITv LiLNB,ZITfI ERS, OLD& NEW
0 H. MULLER. maker, repairer. 2 Latham plac«.
EMOVED— F. W. SPENCER & CO. TO 33S
Post st., near Powell, sole acents Conover,
Colby and Spencer pianos. SSB Post st.
\\r MT^BXD^TKRTVvTftFkoHLER & CHABE,"
VT -Z6. 28 and 30 O'Farrell st.
OPEN FOR BUSINESS.
The finest line of new pianos for rent and sato •
in San Francisco. j. HARRY HCOTT,
929 Market st., Spreckels building.
ASY TERMS: LOW PRICEa " KoHLKR &
* BETTER AND EASIER PLAN TO BUY A.
-Ti- good piano by renting. Be careful to go to
KOHLER & CHASE'S, 28 and SO O'Farrell st.
DECKER BROS.. STEIN WAY, FISCHER AXD
other first-class makes of pianos: littieused:
cheap for cash or on easy terms. KOHLER <k
CHASE »■& and 30 O'F_mTll st.
BABG AINB IN HIGH-GRADE PIANOS: EASY'
payments. SCHMITZ A CO., 935 Market st.
AN ELEGANT DISPLAY OF MANDOLINS,
guitars and banjos at MAUVAIS'. 763 Market,
YROX MAUZY, 308 POST ST.— SOHMER,
Xewby «fe Evans. Brit-gs and other pianos.
S" TECK. CHICKERIXG «fe SOXS., VOSE AXD
Sterling pianos sold on 510 Installments. BENJ.
CURTAZ & SON. sole agents. 16-20 O'Farrell st.
\ WEEK'S NEWS FOR 5 CENTS - TH3
■TV. WEEKLY CALL. In wraoner. fer .-nailing.
pARPETS THOROUGHLY CLEANED
\J renovated same as new. s. FERGUSON <fe
CO., 23 Tenth st. Telephone number, south 36.
VfATIONAL CARPET BEATING AXD REXO-
XI vatlng Works HAMPTOXABAILLY*. layln?
and alterine. 313-316 (iuerrero: Tel. Mission 244.
CUTY STEAM CARPET-BKATIXG 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 SPAULDIXG'S Pioneer Ca-
rpet Beating Works, 353-7 Tebama: lei. So-40.
pONKLIN'S CARPET BEATING WORKS. 333'
\J Golden Gate aye. : telephone east 126.
rpHE j. E. MITCHELL CARPET-CLEANINO
X Co. (incorp.): eld established carpet cleaning
machines: cleaning 3c yard. 230 14th. tel. 6074.
1 McQUEEX'S CARPET BEATIXG AXD ren-
'> . ovutnig 'vorks. 453 ■'-tevenson: tel. 3228.
~~ UOESrS. ~%
F" ORSAI^So^S^rHARXKSS AND BUGGY:
cheap. Call or addrvss 312 Branuan st.
GiOOD HORSE FOR SAI.K VERY CHEAP
T HUFSCHMIDT, 623 Goldea Gate aye.
A(\ HORSES FOR SALE; ALSO WAGONS*
•±l/ buggies, carts, harness; Grand Arcade Hont
Market, 327 Sixth st. ; auction sales every Wednes-
day. SCJLLIV AX & DOYLE, Auctioneers. T
1 C\C\ SETS SECOND-HAND HARNESS*. ALL
i.\J\J kinds: second-band wagons, buggy, carts-
also 20 cheap horses. Kiftoentli and Valencia ma.
WAGOXS ANO CAKiii AGES'
1 . , ,
FOR SALE, LIGHT BUSINESS WAGON: • 202
Pi'R sale— hack, BAKER and laundry
F wngon, fine buggy and rockaway. 828 Harrison.
SEWING MACHINES. '
T.MPROVj-.D WHKELEU .t WILSON SEWING".
X mahlne, .No. S; price $70. 710 Seventeenth st.
"DENTED $1 50 A MONTH; CUT «ATJ£»:
Xl/ patentson sewing-machines havins expired we
can sell you latest Improved niachiats for oue-
third regular price. 145 sixth st.
A LL KINDS SEWING-MACHINES BOUGHT
rh SOl o:>K e led< excnan?ed ancl repaired: lowest
rates. 205 1-onrth c:., sear Howard.
'!._.._ . — — — — m
ENGINK FOR SALK.
$9^o NEW S TEAM PUMPING ENGIXK^
♦JP-jUV. capacity 8000 gallons per hour. Per-
kns Pump aii'i Engine Co.. 117 Main st S. F.
p AS-ENGINE FOR SALE? HoKSEPOWEr".
VJ nearly new; suitable for mining pump, lathe,
ventilating fans, coffee-mills, etc.: less than half
original cost. Address Engine, box 140, this office.
•*s9^n AN OLD-ESTABLISHED RESTAU-
Ig)£*U\J. rant. 709 Battery st.
A T A BARGAIX— OXLY- A FKW LEFT OF
-«-V those sample carriages: all kinds of carrla'-p*
at factory prices. CAL. RATrAX CO., 65 to 61
SMALL SCREW AND GEAR CUTTING
lathe, 14 inches between centers: tools com-
pleie; cabinet-maker's outfit complete; small en-
ne and boiler. 1400 Van Ness aye.
RUBBER STAMPS AND PRINTING CHEAP*
The Globe, 1433 Market, bet. 10th and 11th.
lAMOND RINGS, PINS. STUDS, BRAC&
lets and ear-rings at half store prices. DNCLIt
HARRIS, 15 Grant aye. <*\,uiz
ALL MA KES OF TV WRITERS BOUGHT
and sold. S. F. Typewriter Ex., 310 California.
0- PNEUMATIC SAFETIES FOR $75 THP
«-> lot. 328 McAllister st, • * I±lB
AT I ONAL CASH REGISTER RAFF"
■*-* scale, letter-press, desk; cheap. 102 Clay st.
"VTEW RANGES CHEAPER THAN aErovrv
IN hand. W. S. RAY Mfg Co.. 12 CiStorala"? "*
OUNTERS, SHELVING, SHOWCASRS
bou«ht»a(l«oia 1121%Markot beuTtt&atu