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SAN FKANCISCO "CALL."
BUPINEBS OFFICE of the Ban Francisco Call/—
Ilf Mnrket street, open until 12 o'ciock every
x 1f 1 t in the year.
BRANCH OFFICES-530 Montgomery street,
tcrcerClay: open until 9:30 o'clock.
rrrna.ves street, open until 9:30 o'clock.
117 Larkin street, open untU 9:30 o'clock.
6W .corner SLxteeuth and Mlsalou streets, open
ertll f o'clock.
IT If- Mission street, open until 9 o'-clock.
116 Ninth (*reet. open until 9:30 o'clock.
Additional Classified Advertise-
KOTICK OF MJ—ETJNUS.
»-» CALIFORNIA APT ER NO. 5, «T~
t>—^ R. A. M.. will meet THIS (TI/ES- _*\,
DAY) EYEXING. October 15, at T:3O^3T
o'clock. Stated meeting and R. A. degree, /^^
By order of the H. P.
FRANKLIN H. DAY, Secretary.
BHs= PACIFIC LODGE NO. 136, F. <fe j»~~
tt— A. M. 121 Eddy St.. meets TniS __s\_
EVENING. 7:BO o'clock. Second degree. jfflf
GEORGE PENLINGTON, Sec. /^^
Etr^S F BANCO- AMERICAN" «^_a_2s,
O^Lotlsre Xo. 207, I. O. O. F All; w3^
members are requested to be present •SggJSSxSr
at the meeting on THURSDAY, Octo- '*»"*'
ber 17. 1895. A. LIEBERT, N. G. "
L. Anpke, Secretary^
rf^S' PARKER LODGE NO. 124. <^mLiO i ,
j£~£? j.O O. F.— lnitiation, nl«o ii«-S?si3s_=
poriant business THIS EVENING. 3S<B§S?
H. KATTENHORN, N. G. ■*?/IVf? r ~-
[£^s= NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
IS-*y the Maria Kip Orphnnaee of 638 Folsom St.
has admitted the following half-orphan girls from
July Ito October 1,1895: Grace Farren, aged 3
years: Madeline H. Prado, aged 6 years; Guade-
lupe X. Pra-10, aged 11 years: Lois J. Williamson,
a., i - years: Annie V. Hibbard, aced 6 years:
Georgie F. Wakeley, aged 10 years; Mary-A. An-
rson, aced 4 years and 8 months.
|jp2j= " oTd FRIENDS "—THE REGULAR
o<& monthly meeting of the society will be held
on THURSDAY EVENING, October 17. 1895, at
8 o'clock, at our new headquarters, 636 Washing-
ton s:.. below Montgomery.
All members are invited to attend the opening of
the new quarters. By order
JAMES A. JOHNSON, President.
J. E. Slinkey, Secretary.
Jtrjp ANNUAL MEETING— THE ANNUAL
E^ meeting of the members of St. Luke's Hos-
pital will be held at its office, 731 California st., on
FRIDAY. October 18, at the hour of 3:30 o'clock
p. m., for the purpose of electing fifteen members
of the corporation, a board of directors and the
transaction of such other business as may come
before the meeting. WM. DuXEY, Secretary.
•E-^ 24 (15 cents per share) of the Hutchinson
Sugar Plantation Co. will be payable at the office
of the company, 327 Market street, on and after
MONDAY. Oct. 21. 1895. Transfer books wiil
close Tuesday, Oct. 15. 1895, at 3 o'clock P. m. E.
H. SHELDON, Secretary.
IjP]Sp DIVIDEND NOTICE— THE NEVADA
Ct<jS' Bank of f-an Francisco. Thp board of direc-
tors of this bank have declared a dividend (Xo. 14)
for the quarter ending 80th of September. 1895. at
the rate of six (6) per cent per annum, payable on
and after the 15th October. Transfer-books will
be closed from the 10th to the 15th inst., both days
Inclusive. D. B. DAVIDSON, Sec.
san Francisco, October 8, 1895.
l*^ s^ no p»in. Chiropodit lt«titnt?, 906 Mrkt,r.22
IPS' YOUNG JEWISH LADY GIVES ELEC-
Bf^ trie baths. offices 47-48 850 Market st.
9^&= YoUNG ENGLISH LADY GIVES AL-
SS-*' cohol baths. 850 Market St., room 46.
BfTp ELECTRIC AND MEDICATED BATHS
l*-- 6^ 120Vfr Geary, room 11; hours 10 to 10; $1
ergr" FOR SALE-HALF interest IN an
«*—^ Abstract of Titlf Company in Eureka, Hum-
boldt County, Cal. System complete aud full
search of county lands in office. Cost to date, $10,-
-000. Terms very reasonable. Full particulars
given. Apply to J. McCALLAN, Eureka, Cal.
|K3f» BAD TENANTS EJECTED FOR $4.
U»~— ' Collections made, city or country. Paciflo
Collection Co.. 415 Montgy St., room 6, Tel. 6680.
i£rs= windows cleaned and floors
Wr-*P scrubbed; reasonable rates: payment for
damages guaranteed. C. ROSSI & CO., 242 sutter.
Efc^s= ROOMS WHITENED, $1 UP: PAPER-
g-^ ed $3 50 uo. 317y 2 Third. George Hartman.
SETS COLLECTIONS: TENANTS EJECTED,
«*-»" 810: costs paid. 420 Montgomery, rm. 29.
SITUATIONS WASIED- FEMALE.
OME AND BUSINESS BUREAU, 819 MAR-
k«>t st.; all those seeking employment, both
ssional and domestic, ca4l and register: fr<?e.
pOMPETENT HOTEL CLERK OR CASHIER
V wants position; Al references. Address C. C,
box 117, Call Office.
p ERMAN GIRL TO TAKE FULL CHARGE
VT of children or cnamberwork. Call at 526 Sixth.
yOUNG GIRL WISHES A PLACE TO ASSIST
X In housework. Call 632 Mission st., room 10.
pIRL JUST FROM GERMANY* WANTS PO-
VT sition in German family: good cook and gen-
eral houseworker; wages $15. Apply room 16,
819 Market st.
SWEDISH WOMAN WANTS A SITUATION
O as working housekeeper: has had experience
with children; good references; city or country.
Call or address 1419 Larkin st. -4 * s
V WEGIAN GIRL WITH GOOD REFER-
-L> ences would like situation as second girl. Call
between 9 and 12 a. m., a Young Woman's Chris-
tian Association, 1221 O'Farrell st.
WEDISH GIRL WANTS PLACE FOR GEN-
O eral housework or second work. Call 1102
A wenjy-fourth St.
EFINED YOUNG DANISH GIRL WISHES
X\i a situation as lady's maid: can give lessons on
piano; good reference. Address 728 Union.
pEFINED young DANISH GIRL WISHES
,XV situation as upstairs girl: Is a fine seamstress;
good reference. Address 728y Union.
, pOMPETENT YOUNG GERMAN WOMAN
\J wishes situation in American family forgen-
eral housework : good plain cook; also good seam-
si r-s.s: sleep home: references; can do any kind of
work. 824 Union st.
IMKST-CLA*S SWEDISH COOK AND SEC-
ond girl wish place tocether. Please call at
1 522 Bush s:.. near Van Ness ave.
WANTED-BY CAPABLE GIRL, SITUA-
»» tion for cooking and downstairs work; no
washing. Call 965 Howard st.
OUNG LADY WIBHKB SITUATION IN HO-
X tel ns waitress or seamstress. Call 150 Fourth
St., room 28. . •:.. ■ ,
XPERT BOOKKEEPER, ACCURATE A<?-
countant an typewriter, young lady, 8 years'
experience, good address and tact and reliable
manager, first-class references, desires permanent
position. Address W. B. F., box 145, Call Office.
oMAN WITH LITTLE GIRL4 YEARS OLD
«» would like position as housekeeper or to do
general work. Apply 1412 Twenty-fifth st.
W ANTED— SITUATION BY A COMPETENT
'• woman as geiif-rul housework; no objection to
the country. CaU or address 551 \, % Howard st.
IRST-CLASS SWEDISH LAUNI>KSSB DE-
Jj sires a place in a private family or work by the
day. Address E. PHILLIPS, 808 "Valencia st.
pOMPETENT GIAL WISHES A POSITION AS
\J cook and general housework in German or
American family. Apply at 302 Gough st.
ELIABLE WOMAN WANTS SITUATION TO
help In kitchen of restaurant or private board-
ing-liouse. Call or address 744 Howard st.
COMPETENT WOMAN WISHES A SITUA-
VJ tiou : good cook : will assist with general house-
work. Address 435 Minna st., near Fitth.
A\ r ANTED— SITUATION BY A COMPETENT,
'» reliable middle-aged woman : good cook: would
do plain washing; city or short disiance in country.
27*6 Fourth st. J
W OMAN WANTS PLAIN SEWING OF ANY
" kind to do: gentlemen's clothes cleaned and
mended. 114 Fourth St.. room 15.
Ul LIABLE WOMAN WISHES TO DO CHAM-
It berwork or second work in rooming or board-
ing house; city or country. Address 9 Carl place.
off O'Farrell St.. near Powell.
OUNG WOMAN WISHES _ SITUATION TO
J- ao housework or as housekeeper: city or coun-
try. Address 1002 Powell st. ■
OUNG WIDOW WANTS SITUATION AS
J- housekeeper In small family. Call from 9to 3
o'clock, 116 Fulton st.
ELDERLY AMERICAN WOMAN WANTS A
situation; is a good plain cook. Please call at
1129 Howard st.
-n ITTe rly woman wants a situation
XJ as cook; city or country. 746 Mission st.
GOOD DRESSMAKER WANTS WORK BY
the day ; $1 a day. ■ 224 Fifth st. .
rSOM PET WOMAN WANTS DAY WORK*
\J washing Ironing, bousecleanlng, or will wash
flannels home. MRS. ALLEN, 427 Stevenson st
rear, near Fifth. __^_^ '
GIRL = WISHES SITUATION TO DO UP-
stairs work; best references. Call at 3106V.
California st. ™
R~ ELIABLE WOMAN WIBHEB A SITUATION*
light housework or chamberwork: is a good
plain washer and ironer; city or. country. Call at
737 Howard, r. 62.
I^IRST-CLASS AMERICAN COOK WANTS
position; is good laundress: references- also
'baby's nurse wants situation; Protestants. Call or
address 228 Seventh st. .
A MERICAN WOMAN WANTS PLACE TO
.tV cook on ranch or country hotel: nowashlne I
Address 3^B Minna st. .
y OUNG GIRL WISHES POSITION AS TYPE-
X writer; unders;anc!s office work. 2t)ShotweU st.
"OUNG GIRL wishes a situation IN
I private family todo general housework orcook-
lng; best of city references. Call 1635 Ellis st.
yOUNG LADY WANTS A POSITION AS
X housekeeper. Call or address 203a Powell St..
room 6. "49BfMB&WI
pKBPEOTABLE GERMAN WOMAN WISHES
-It a position as cook and do general housework in
a small family; wages $26 per month: good refer-
ences. 416y 3 Hyde st., near O'Farrell.
WANTED— BY A RELIABLE GERMAN
»» lady, a position to do housework and cookintc
(no washing): Is good cook. Please call 425 Fran-
cisco st. ; take Powell-st. cars north. • * . j
■ SITrATIONS WANTED-Continned. \
ft BTfIKATg nmt wants POSITIOKTO do
VI housework or upstairs .work. Call or address !
911 Capp st., bet. Twenty-fourth and Twenty-fifth.
ruu.Mi SU'EDISII GIRL WANTS BITUA-
-1 tlon to do general housework; city or country;
wages $20. Call or address 545 Stevenson St., In
rear, Monday. '
WOMAN WANTS WORK BY DAY OR WEEK
VY from 7 to 6: small wages. Address 126
Fourth st., room 31.
l\r ANTED— BY CAPABLE WOMAN: SLTUA-
IT tion to do general housework or cooking; city
or country. 62 Natoma st.
2~ YOUNG GIRLS DESIRE places TO DO
charaberwork in hotel or lodging-house. 670
Minna St., first floor.
IRST-CLASS DRESS AND CLOAK MAKER
wants a few more engagements. Address 1004
QWEDISH GIRL wants SITUATION TO DO
O general housework. Please caU at 312 Twenty-
fourth si., near Harrison.
A MERICAN LADY WISHES LODGING-
-r\_ house or hotel or family as managing house-
keeper; city or country. 18 Turk »t.
y OUNG GERMAN GIRL WOULD LIKE TO
X do housework anil plain cooking In small fam-
ily. CaU or send costal 910 Alabama st., cor.
■\\TANTKD— — SITUATION AS SECRETARY
»' or correspondent by a lady thoroughly con-
versant in English, French, German and Italian.
Address L. M.. 1540 Walnut St., Berkeley, Cal.
To CARE FOR CHILDREN; MIDDLE AGE:
cultured; good references; would travel. MISS
EMIL OLDS. 241 Ettle st., Oakland.
"WIDOW WISHES TO GO OUT BY THE DAY,
>» washing and housecieaning. Call or address
1454 Minna St.. bet. Fourteenth and Fifteenth.
WANTED— BY' LADY. POSITION ASHOUSE-
»» keeper: hotel or lodging-house; or coun-
try. 402 O'Farreil St., room 3. • -* ;■ n
WASTED —BY GERMAN WOMAN ANY
»» kind of light work; will take care of invalid or
any position of trust; reliable. MRS. HESSEN,
158 Clara St., near Fourth, bet. Harrison and Fol-
ANTED— BY RESPECTABLE WOMAN, PO-
" sition as working housekeeper; best of refer-
ences. Call 1409 Larkin st.
pESPECTABLE MIDDLE-AGED GERMAN
XL woman; good cook and housekeeper, desires
position. Apply 9 Howard court, off Howard, bet.
Fourth and Fifth.
A N INDUSTRIOUS WOMAN WISHEB
xi. housecieaning, washing: and ironing, cleaning
windows, scrubbing floors by the day ; references
given. Address ••Industry," box 2, this office.
p ERMAN WOMAN WANTS SITUATION AS
\T working housekeeper or to do general house-
work; wages $10 to $12. Call or address Mission
Hotel, Twenty-sixth st., near Mission. '-.^-H'
Y AN AMERICAN, PROTESTANT, SITUA-
tion: is first-class cook; $35 to $40 per month:
6 years' reference from last place; no objection to
country. Address Industry, box 120, CaU Office.
yOUNG WIDOW would LIKE POSITION
X as housekeeper. Call or address 120V3t Geary
St., room 11. . ..• : ';*-.
yOUNG GIRL WANTS A SITUATION TO
X assist with housework and children: must be a
respectable family where she can sleep home.
Please call at 946 Howard st.
WIDOW WITH MEANS WANTS PARTNER
" in paying business. Call 1027 Market, rm. 11.
T\RESSMAKER, FIRST-CLASS. WOULD LIKE
XJ engagements by the day; $1 50 per day or take
work home. Address 1169 Mission st.
pEFINED WIDOW WISHES HOUSEKEEP-
XX er's position. 11 Kearny, room 27, first floor.
yOUNG FRENCH LADY DESIRES sITUA-
X tion as lady's maid or take care of the children ;
can teach French; good references. O. D., 33 Rin- '
p ERMAN GIRL WANTS POSITION TO DO
VJ housework. Call 29 Minna st.
fN CHESTER HOUSE, 44 THIRD, NEAR
»* Market: electric lights in every room: 200
rooms: 25c to $1 50 per night; $1 50 to $6 per
week : free bus to and from the, ferry.
\\ INCHESTER HOUSE, 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.
. ' — — — — » — — —
SITUATIONS WANTED -MALE.
PC. G. COOK^^O^T^U^NISHEir'cOOKS;
. all branches : shortest notice. 1 4 Geary.
yOUNO MAN WITH BEST OF REFER-
X ences who can tend bar, and understands tak-
ing care of all kinds of wines, wants position, city
or country. J. W., box 140, Call Office.
y OUNG MAX OF 20 DESIRES POSITION IN
X wholesale commission or retaU house: 2 years
experience: can furnish best of references. Ad-
dress J. E. H., 128 Thirteenth st., city.
OOKKEEPER, 11 YEARS' EXPERIENCE,
desires position in any office work salary no
object: best of references. M.. box 11, CaU Office.
p ERMAN MAN AND WIFE WITH GROWN
VT children wish work on chicken ranch, wine or
fruit ranch. Address D. C, box 60, Call Office.
yor Ni; MAN wants SITUATION DRIVING
X delivery wagon or working in store; knows city
well: very best of reference furnished. Address B.
I)., box 129, Call Office.
yOUNG GERMAN, LATELY FROM THE
X East, wishes a situation as lunebman, wa'ter or
porter: willing to work; references. WOLF, 333
Bush St., saloon.
p OOD LORIST WISHES A SITUATION;
VI private preferred; can drive: references. Ad-
dress T. W., box 6, this office.
TRONG BOY OF 16 WISHES A POSITION
of any kind or to learn a trade. Residing with
parents at 1115 Steiner.
I^ANTED^SITUATION BY MIDDLE-AGED
»' man to make himself generally useful round a
place; understands care of horses, milking and
plain garden work; good references. H. H., box
94, Call Office.
ANDY ALL ROUND MECHANIC WANTS
steady job; city, or country if fare is paid. Ad-
dress T., box 9, this office.
pOACHMAN FROM THE EAST, AGE 25; Al
VJ reference; first-class driver. Address E. A.,
box 27, this office. . ■ >
SITUATION WANTED BY GOOD GERMAN
cook. Call at 919a Sntter st.
ARTENDER FROM THE EAST. YOUNG
man, will work at low wages. Address R. 8.,
box 6, this office.
ANTED -A SITUATION AS WORKING
foreman or journeyman by practical machinist
and millwright, who thorouehly understands work-
ing of sash and door factory and sawmill work
generally. Address S. M., 721 Geary st.
\N "EXPERIENCED" COOK WISHES"" A
-Tl_ situation In a private family. Apply at 632
Eddy St., near Larkin.
RUTTCLERK WANTS SITUATION: CITY
or country; single; 9 years' experience: good
: reference if required. A. G. McINTYRE, Hack-
yOUNG MAN IN URGENT NiiED OF EM-
X ployment wanu work; city or country; com-
petent bookkeeper and clerk: Al references. B. K
box 68, Call Office. .
\\ IDDLE-AGED MAN, RELIABLE, WANTS
l'J. situation; can milk, drive, care for garden;
wages $10. Address E., box 59, Call Office.
SITUATION BY A YOUNG MAN; 20; CAN
O drive, milk and do gardening; good hand
with horses; wages $16, bonrd, etc. F. Y., box 3,
yqUNG MAN.MATURE AGE, DESIRES PO-
X sition as bookkpeptr. corrpspondent, sales-
man: " English. German. French. Spanish ; refer-
ences. Address M. D., box 96, Call.
S" ITUATION WANTED BY A MIDDLE-AGED
O French laundryman, with 9 years' experience
in washing, starching and ironing; will work for
small wages in a good place, in a public or private
laundry; city or country; country In preference.
CaU or address Laur-dryman, room 20, New Pirenee
House. 1314 Stockton st.
ANTED-BY MAN AND WIFE. POSITION
''as cook, or willing to take charee of small
ranch, or any other kind of work. R. W., box 75,
ERMAN, WHO HAS HAD 12 YEARS' EX-
VJ penence in a soda water factory, would like a
position in same trade, in city or country; is a very
good extracter, manager and quick bottler: best
references given. Address K. G., box 43, Morning
FEMALE ttKLF VVAMJiI).
p ERMAn"~NURSE, OAKLAND." $20. SEE
VX lady here: neat second girl, $12: German pr
Irish cook, $25: 2 housework girls, Stockton. $15:
Madera, $16; Xovato. $15; Belvedere, $25; 15
housework girls, city, $20 and $25; 6 young cirls.
assist, $10 tosl6. MISSCULLEN. 105 Stockton
p ERMAN CHAMBERMAID AND BEAMS-
vJ tress, $25. Apply early to MISB CULLEN.
106 Stockton st. .
pOOK. RANCH, $20. CROWS LANDING, FARE
V.' paid: ironer,' laundry, $8 per week; nurse, or-
phanage, $25. MISS CULLEN, 105 Stockton st.
OMAN WITH A CHILD AH HOUSEKEEP-
TT er. $10. MISS CULLEN. 105 Stockton st.
CIOUK, COUNTRY, $25. MISS CULLEN, 105
) Stockton st.
OOK, BOARDING-HOUSE, $30 TO $35. MISS
_ CULLEN, 105 Stockton st.
\f EAT GIRL AS COMPANION, $10. MISS
IN CULLEN, 105 Stockton st.
\ITANTED-CHAMBEKMAJD AND WaIT-
• ' ress, small restaurant, $12and $16permontb;
young woman to help in kitchen and wait on table,
mechanics' boarding-house, $15; short -order conk
for small restaurant, near city, $25; \oungglrl for
housework, no cooking, 2 in family, $10: nnrse
girls, $8 and $10: restaurant waitress. $15 and
sleep home; cook and general housework for Reno,
825, see parties here: voting girl for German cook-
ing and downstairs work, $25. Apply C. R. HAN-
SKN CO.. 110 Geary st.
WANTED— NEAT YOUNG WOMAN FOR
'» general housework and cooking; no washing
or baking, 2in family, office fee paid by lady ; ref-
erences. Apply C. R. HANSEN <E CO., 110 Geary.
A NTED-A PROTESTANT WORKING
*' housekeeper for one lady, must be handy with
needle. $15 ; references. Apply C. R. HANSEN <fc
CO., 110 O»*sjry st.
WANTED- A GERMAN COOK FOR SMALL
»T family, $30; nurse for 3 children, $26; Protest-
ant nurse for infant. 820; Spanish cook, 826.
Apply MISS PLUNKETT, 424 Sutter si. A
WANTED - SWEDISH LAUNDRESS, $25;
»» Swiss or Italian -housework girl. $26;' cook,
small country hotel, $25; second work, Oakland,
$15; German girls, housework. $20 and $25; young
i girls to assist. LE.ON. ANDRE, 315 Stockton.
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1895.
HELP WANTKD-Contlnned. •
W~~~anted1 a waitress^ and^parlor^
maid for steady place in city; $25 a month.
Apply MISS PLUNKETT, 424 Sutter st.
\ir ANTED— SECOND GIRL, A SHORT DIS-
"T tanr«,s2o; Pro estant nurse, $20; 6<-erman,
Scandinavian, French and Protestant cooks in
American and 1 German families. $25 and $30t
waitress and parlor-matd: 2 German and French
second girls and sewing, $20 and $25; 2 laun-
dresses, private families, $25; waitress for restau-
rant; • colored girl for housework, $20; cook for
private school, $25: and girls of all nationalities to
fill our numerous sl'.ua:ions in city or country. J.
P. CROSETT & CO., Sl2 Sutter st.
ANTED — FIRST- CLASS COOK. SMALL
wasnlug, Ross Valley, $35, and second girl for
Ross Valley, some sewing, $20: 2 girls for cooking,
small washing, $26, city; 4 girls for general house-
work, plain cooking, $20. HV2 Antonia St., off
Jones, near Ellis.
CCANDTn AVIAN GIRL. HOUSEWORK AND
O cooking, country, $25, see party here; laun-
dress, country hotel, $20: waitress, city, $15; girls
for housework and cooking. MURRAY &REA D Y ,
634-636 Clay st.
OOK, MUST UNDERSTAND GERMAN
cooking, ij>2s; second girl. $25; Infant's nurse,
German, $25; 8 girls for housework, $20 and $25,
and others. MRS. HIRD, 705 folk st.
ANTED— 2S~UIRLS AT $25 AND $20 FOR
nice families; 2 cooks. German families, $30.
MME, LEOPOLD, 20 Stockton st.
"VTUMBER OF YOUNG RESPECTABLE GIRLS
— > to assist in general housework, $16 and $20.
11 Vs Antonio si., off Jones, near Ellis.
X\T ANTED— IMMEDIATELY, LADIES TO
»» learn millinery; also an apprentice. 234 Tay-
p"LOVEMAKERS WANTED. GLOBE GLOVE
VJ Company, 121 Pine st.
IRL TO ASSIST IN HOUSEWORK AND
care of children. 1433 Valencia st. .
T7URST-CLASS TAILORESS ON PANTS. 432
J Montgomery st., room 17. -
PROTESTANT WOMAN TO DO HOUSEWORK
X and cooking; small family: good home; $10.
1140 Tweniy-thlrd st., Castro-st. cars. ':.- r". >:
"yOUNG GIRL TO ASSIST JN LIGHT HOUSE-
-i- work; wages $12. 2716 Folsom St.. OmV
CANDINAVIAN GIRL FOR DINING-ROOM
0 and chamberwork. 739 Fourth st.
ADY OPERATORS, ALSO FINISHERS ON
pants. Call at 108 Battery st.
GIRL FOR LIGHT HOUSEWORK; GERMAN
preferred; reference. 608 Hyde st., 10 to 11 a.m.
I ANTED— HOUSEKEEPER FOR 2; SHORT
" distance in the country; easy place; state
wages expected. Address H. Y., box 9, Call Oflice.
"TUNISHER ON CUSTOM COATS, AND AP-
J prentices. 634 Ellis st. -
WANTED— GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE-
work; wages $15. 2904 California st.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK; GOOD
cook; German preferrod. 1812 Bush; call a. m.
ANTED-GIRL TO DO LIGHT HOUSE-
" work. 617 Fifteenth st.
\VTANTED-GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE-
Vt work: $15. 2819 Howard st.
W ANTED — GIRITbETWEEN 14 AND 16
* > years old to take care of a baby; wages $8.
1413V3 Scott st.
pANTS FINISHERS AT 257 STEVENSON ST.
IRST-CLASS TAILORESS ON COATS.. 109
Fourth st. '
pERMAjToiItL, GENERAL HOUSEWORK;
VX wages $16. Apply 1006 Harrison st.
p IRLTO WAIT, MUST UOME-.SMALL
VJ restaurant: apply early. 1934 Market st.
IpiKST-CLASS OPERATORS AND APPREN-
. tices on cloaks. 997 Market St., room 6.
IRL FOR HOUSEWORK IN SMALL FAM-
ily; wages $10. 2226 Geary st.
I A PPRENTICE, WITH SOME EXPERIENCE
j 2 \. in sewing, on ciisiom coats. 604 O'Farreil.
"W ANTED — APPRENTICE FOR DRESS-
»" making; one who can sew; paid while learu-
I ing. 754 Harrison st.
T ADIES TO MAKE FANCY WORK; CAN
J J take work home. CaU between 9 and 12 only,
957 Market St., upstairs, office room 1.
A PPRENTICES AND GOOD SEWERS ON
i"V custom-made pants; paid while learning.
623 Post st. • °
pUPILS FOR DRESSMAKING AND MILLI-
X nery: aressmaking taught in all its branches;
Mme. Mllner system furnished each pupil: desir-
able dressmaking rooms to let. 446^ Valencia,
RIGHT YOUNG LADY WITH $100 AS
partner in a dining-room, take in cash and look
after help. Apply 122 Turk St., restaurant.
W ANTED— FIRST-CLASS GIRL FOR COOK-
•* Ing and housework; Scandinavian or German;
small family. 1531 Sacramento st.
WANTED — FIRST-CLASS PANTS-FINISH-
»' ers on custom work. 139 Shipley st.
GIRL WANTED FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. 1728a Sutter st.
LL LADIES HAVING A FEW HOURS'
■£\- leisure each day should write me at once re-
garding pleasant home work which easily pays $18
weekly: this is no deception and will certainly pay
I you to Investigate. Reply with stumped envelope,
I MRS. S. A. STEBBINS, Lawrence, Mich.
I F OONG GIRL TO TAKE CaRE OF CHIL-
I X dren. 696 Baker st., near McAllister.
j T ADIES TO HANDLE MY' INCOMPARABLE
I XJ face preparations: city and country: large
\ profits: exclusive rights: beauty culture, hairdress-
, nc, raauicurt' li-ssons; terms low. MRS. M. J.
j BUTLER, 131 Post St. :
PPRENTICE WANTED. MISS GILLIGAN,
— 'A- dressmaker. 115 Kearny j»t., room 14.
pOM P ETK.NT LADIES IN ANY SKILLED OR
VJ clerical occupation will do well to call at room
165, Crocker building.
I IRST-CLASS TAILORESS. BOWHAY, 604
X Sutter st. , ; .. ; -..,
WINCHESTER HOUSE, 44 THIRD, NEAR
»» Market— Electric lights in every room; 200
rooms: 25c to $160 per night; $160 to $6 per
week : free bus to and from the ferry.
TT N USUAL OPPORTUNITY FOR A BRIGHT
*J woman as managing office agent. Sosplta
Company, office 53 .Donohoe building.
RE^SMAKING-SUITS, «5 UP: PATTERNS
cut to fit 25c up; girls wnnted. MCDOWELL
DRESSMAKING ACADEMY, 213 Powell St.
TT AIR-DRESSING, 25c: MANICURING, 25c:
JLL naorn. and evg. : 10 lessons, $1.5J. 1248 Mission.
10l ELLIS-MOZART, ROOMS 25C TO $1 a
I *JXfJ night: $1 25 to $5 a week; very respectable.
OST CONVENIENT AND RESPECTABLE;
Winchester House. 44 Third St.. near Market:
200 rooms; 25c to $1 50 ptr night : $1 60 to $6 per
week ; free bus to and from the ferry.
piANO LESSO ~B V THOROUGHLY
schooled artist; lessons 25c 617 Jones st.
BENCH ACCORDION PLEATING: TAILOR-
X made suits; $7; perfect fit. 118 McAlllsterat.
PROFESSOR LIVINGSTON'S DRKHSCUT-
X ting tud malt Ing school: all branchos. 702 Sutter.
MALE HELP WANTED.
"OUTCHER FOR RANCH, $25 AND FOUND: 9
-U carpenters, country, $2 50; 10 fai-mer*. $20
Rnd $J5: 15 laborers ior cltv and country, $20 and
j $2«; coatmaker, country. MURRAY <t READY'
j 634 und 636 Clay st.
0 BOA'R DING-HOUSE COOKS, COUNTRY MB
£i and $50: 2 second cooks, country, $30; night
cook, *10 a week: restaurant waiter, country, $30.
MURRAY .t READY, 634 and 636 Clay st.
tCOND COOK, RESTAURANT, $60; UAKER
0 and pnstry cook, hotel, $40: shirt polisher
hotel, city, $30. C. R. HANSEN & CO.. 110
SCANDINAVIAN OR GERMAN QUARTZ
miners, $2 &0 to $2 75 a day. C. R. Hanskn
& CO., 110 Geary st.
C CARRIAGE BLACKSMITH FOR MEXICO"
V see hOBS here. C. R. IIANSEN _ CO., 110
Geary st. .
1 (\(\ RAILROAD TEAMSTERS AND LX
\J\J borers for a new road north. For particu-
larsapplyto C. R. HaNSEN A CO., 110 Geary st.
W ANTE D— CARPENTERS FOR CENTRAL
»' America, part fare advancod; American or
Scandinavian man about place, $25; miner, $2 60
a day; laborers, $176; tnnnfl men, $2 25 and
$2 50 a day; teamsters, $1 r >o a day; tiemakers. Be
to 10c:, butler and wife, $40; cooks, kitchen men
waiters and others. Apply J. F. CROSETT <&
CO., 628 Sacramento st.
OOD BUSHE LMAN WANTED AT
RAPHAEL'S. 9 Kearny st. ,
OHOEMAKER ON EITHER CHANNEL
O nailed or Infants' hand-turned. 436 Sixth st.
.OY FOR KITCHEN-WORK; $16 AX D
L> board. 229 Bush st., basement.
ANTED— TAILOR BUStfELMAN; $18 PER
week and over time. F. NELSON, Ferndale.
W' ANTED— CLOTHING SALESMAN; CAPA-
■ble to dress window. Apply bet. 9 and 10
L. GOODFRIEND A CO., 26 Sansome St.
JOBBKR PLUMBER WANTED. 610 MONT-
gomerv ave. ;
A DVERTISING SOLICITOR— PROPO-
-^»- sition, worth $6 per day to good man.
WHEELER PUB CO., 22 Clay st.
AN TED— ACTIVE, HANDY YOUNG
man on stock ranch near this city; answer
stating lowest wages and nationality; permanent
place for the right man. Address T. F., box 4, Call.
W ANTED— GOOD SHOEMAKER. 767 MAR-
»T ket st.
AINTERS WANTED". APPLY J. KRAYER,
J- stanyan st., near Waller.
ARBERS' ASSOCIATION MEETS 102 O'FAR-
rell to night, 8:30, rm. 8. H. A. WOLFE, Pres.
OUSE-PAINTERS WANTED;' AT 3261 Mis-
XX sion st.
ONEST YOUNG MAN AS CITY DRUMMER;
tailoring; will give him good charge. 1231
Market st. ; , -:„, .
ir»IRST-CLASS PLUMBER AT 807 LARKIN
J St. LANE.
ENTIST WANTED IMMEDIATELY— GOOD
all round dentist with outfit: good salary. Ap-
ply EDWARDS' Dental Depot, si& Kearny St., S.F.
\\7 A NTED — SIX CARPENTERS TO-DAY.
'' Mission st., near Twentieth. '
WANTED-BOY OR YOUNG MAN TO LEARN
'T barber's trade. 427 San Pablo ave.. Oakland.
"ANTED— WITH MONEY TO GO TO
Atlanta, 1706 Howard it.
HELP ' TED— Contlnned.
AN WITH $100 AS PARTNER~IN
room : take in cash ; look after help. P. S., box
101, Call Office.
W A NTED-ALL CARPENTERS TO KNOW
» ' that there are plenty of carpenters in San
Francisco: all advertisements to the contrary are
misleading. All help can be supplied by applying i
to carpenters' headquarters, 116 Turk St., or 23
Mnth st. District Council meets at 115 Turk st.
on Wednesday evening. ; ■ ■ " "
OYS.-15.T0 18 YEARS OLD, TO LEARN
pictorial painting and sign writing; $160 a
week to start. 625 Kearny st.
ARBER-BHOP "~ FOR SALE CHEAP, CR
XJ rent cheap. 1807 Haitcbt st. .
WANTED— 2 OR 3 GOOD SHOEMAKERS AT
'» once with tools. 129 Sixth st.
W" ANTED— 3 CARPENTERS, PAUL BOY'N-
'* ton Chute Company, cor. Haight and Cole st«.
ANTED— WORLD CHRISTIAN CO-OPER-
» » ative society solicitors for general merchandise
nnd provisions: meat-cutters and cooks. Apply at
1041 Mission St., bet. Ninth and Tenth.
IMRST-CLA>S. STEADY' .META L-POLIRHER
X for job shop. Address Plater, box 89, this office.
pARBERS— THE BARBERS' ASSOCIATION
XJ will hold an important meeting to-night at
120 O'Farrell st., Alcazar buUding. J. KLITciCH,
ARBERS. TAKE NOTICE-1-CHAIR SHOP.
XJ splendid location, $35; leaving city reason for
selling. DECKELMAN BROS., 106 Ellis st.
ARBERS; GOOD SHOP FOR SALE CHEAP.
Apply DECKLEMAN, 106 Ellis st.
\\r A TED— GOOD TAILORS FOR THE COUN-
'» try; coat and pants makers: none but good
steady workers need apply; state price In applica-
tion or will not be answered. Merchant Tailor,
Alta, Cai. .
T RI M MING CUTTER ON LADIES' FRENCH
X kid shoes. J. u. NOLAN A CO., 541 Market at.
PvO NECOXn-DOUBLE ROOMS, PER WEEK,
$1 60 t0 * 3: sin le ' $1 to $1 50; per night, 20c
ICE-MAKERS AT FORDERER COR-
\J nice Works. 224 Mission; only first-class need
AKE YOU A COMPETENT FURNITURE i
salesman? If so , call at 165 Crocker building.
we can be of assistance to you. Also, are you com-
petent in any other skilled or clerical pursuit? Y'ou
are also invited to call.
OARBERS! HERE IS a chance-barber-
xj shop, supplies, perfumery, toUet articles,
tobacco, cigars and allVindsof notions, $900; full |
value in stock; one of the Dest and healthiest towns
in California. THOMAS J. MCDONNELL, Paso
Robles,Cal., or DECKELMAN BROS., 106 Ellis st.
I^JRST-CLAfcS LADIES' TAILOR WANTED.
BOWHAY, 604 Sutter st.
ARBERS, ATTENTION— FOR SALE; THE
xj best 25c one-chair barber-shop In the State.
all »t onc«. WILL&FINCK CO., barbers' supply-
bouse. 818 aud^2o Market st.
|>ARBERS. TAKE NOTICE— ONE - CHAIR
XJ shop for sale: sleeping-room and laundry, $40.
F., box 90, Call Offlce,Oakland. ,
|>ARBER-SHOP; OLYMPIC SHAVING PAR-
-«-» lor; owner going away; offer wanted. 19 Ma-
ARBERS, FOR EMPLOYMENT CALL SEC.
Barbers' Assn.. 12 Seventh. H. SCHEUNERT.
ARBERS' PROTECTIVE UNION EMPLOY-
ment secretary. CONRAD TROELL, 657 Clay.
T EARN A TRADE— SIGN OR PICTORIAL
Xj paintingtaueht for $5: 1000 references. D.
LEVY , 35 Eighth Bt., San Francisco.
THE RAILROAD HOUSE, 533 COMMERCIAL
X St., below Montgomery: single rooms 16c night,
■-5c for two; best and cleanest house in town.
BARBERS-lOc SHOP FOR SALE; $100.
Mnth st. and Broadway, Oakland.
\ N ENERGETIC, RELIABLE CITY AGENT
-tv wanted by a large American fire company;
must have large acquaintance. Address Q., box
131, this office.
\V INCHESTER HOUSE. 44 THIRD, NEAR
» » Market ; 200 rooms; 25c a night; reading-room:
free bus to and from the ferry. •-.y:...q-
EST PLACE IN CITY FOR SECOND-HAND
shoes, 726 Vn opp. Howard-st. Theater, or 129
Sixth st.; mlstit shoes bought or exchanged.
MEN WANTED to skll Manhattan
tstock Food : It Is best. C. KE TELL, San Mateo
A MERICAN EXCHANGE HOTEL, 319 SAN-
XV 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
VI EN'S SHOES V2 SOLED 40c; LADIES' 35c,
ItJL done in 10 mlnuies. 959 Howard st. ■".-•'
MOZART, 319 ELLIS, ROOMS 25C TO 50C
night, $1 26 to $5 week; reading rooms.
WHAT CHEER HOUSE. SACRAMENTO |
»» St.: 100 outside rooms; best spring beds; single i
rooms, 20c a day; $1 a week; meals, 10c. --
EN'S SHOKS s^-SOLED, 40c: HEELS, 26c;
■I.U. done in 15 minutes. 635 Kearny st., basement.
FREE COFFEE AND ROLLS. 704 SANSOME: I
single rooms 15c. 20c a night, $1 a week. -
Tir ANTED— men who DO NOT RECEIVE I
» * their wages to place accounts with us ; law and i
commercial collection: no charge unless successful. !
KNOX COLLECTION AGENCY. 110 Sutter, r 4. i
IVE MEN WANTED FOR LIGHT out- j
door work ; will p»v competent person $3 50 a
day. Apply at store, 328 Seventh st. ■
rPKYACME HOUSE, 957 MARKET ST., BE-
X low Sixth, for a room; 25c a night; $1 a week.
»_>9 1 ELLIS, ROSEDALE— ROOMS 25c TO 600 j
U—X a night: $1 to $3 » week: open all night.
WANTED— AND MECHANICS
Tf to know that Ed Rolkin, Reno House proprie-
tor, stiU runs Denver House, 217 Third St.; 150
large rooms; 25c per night: $1 to $3 per week.
ANTED-SINGLE ROOMS, 160 A DAY; $1 j
» week; rooms for two, 26c a day, 91 60 a week;
Trading room- daily papers. a« Clay st.
WANTEO-MEN TO GET BOTTLE SHARP
*' uteom beer. 6c: bottl* wine. 6c 609 Clay st.
A(\f\ MEN'S BECOND-H ANDKD SHOES.SOME I
•±UU nearly new, 25c to $1 25. 662 Mission st.
LINDELL HOUSE, 6TH AND HOWARD—
cingle furnished rooms. 76c week. 16c night.
SHOES HALF-SOLED IN 10 MINUTES; '
done while you wait: at less than half the usual
price; all repaU ing done at half price; work guar-
anteed. 662 Mission St.. bet. First st. and Second st.
"l (\(\ MEN TO TAKE LODGING at 10c. iso
X\J\J and 20c a night, including coffee and roils.
624 Washington st., near Kearny.
BESTINCITT^SINGLE ROOMBriB72O~AND I
25 cents per nigbt, SI, SI 25, $1 60 p»r week.
Pacific House .Commercial and Leldesdorff sts.
OOLICITORS; 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. iSOtf Sansome st.
C CALIFORNIA MUTUAL BENEFIT society j
/ wants cood agents to work Its accident and
sick insurance; liberal inducements offered. J.
W. HANNA. >ei retnry, Miirphv bnlldlug. j
DARTNER WANTED WITH $1000 TO START
X a manufacturing bnatacsß; etperience not nee- ,
essary: full security given. Address H., box 96,
Call Office. * :
Tu r A^lTl)-HOIJSE"oT'"7"ROOMS^ANIfBAsi>
•» ment: cheap rent; between Laguna and Jones
nn»l Market and Bush sis. Address 439 Foil St.
\\' AXTED-2 OH S^UXKritXISHED ROOMS,
* » Hr.st rloors for offices; California, Hutteror Van
Ness ave. preferred. 1 Address, statins price, H. S.
A. P.. box 14, this office.
'AXTED-ROOM AND BOARD IN A DOC-
tor's . family in a good neighborhood; state
price. H. S. a. P.. box 14. this otn<-»-.
WANTED— iII!* UELL.A.NEOUSJ.
Wa x txd— rid nro ' ioßsxr^uo-
tlon-ahafts. 246 Townsend st.
LEIN, 109 SIXTH ST.. PAY'S GOOD PRICES
for clothine. booka »nd Jewelry: pcata!.
crown work, bridge work and. teeth without
plates a specialty. 103 Geary st.
DIt.REA.3OO TURK ST-ALL DENTAL WORK
at lowest prices and warranted ; open evenings.
METAL PLATE $5: TEETH EXTRACTED
or filled painlessly by my patent anesthetic,
60c; won 28 prizes. 'Obdoniunder Dental Parlors,
8153,4 Geary st., bet. Larkin and Hyde, opposite
Saratoga Hall. R. L. WALSH, D. D.H.
pROOME DENTAL ASSOCIATION, 759 MAR-
\J keu bet. 3d and 1 4th, gas specialists: only reli-
able acent for painless extraction: artificial teeth
frm $5; fillings frm $1; extracting 60c. with gas $1.
<3>7 A BET FOR TEETH: WARRANTED AS
<P < good m can be made; ailing $1. DR. SIMMS,
dentist. 930 Markot St., next Baldwin Theater.
K. H. G. YOUNO. BRIDGES AND TEETH
withont plates a specialty. 1841 Polk st.
R. LUDLUM HILi,, 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 50c: gas given.
pOLTON DENTAL ASSOCIATION. 806 MAJR-
VJ ket st. DR. CHA RLES W. DECKER.
DR. J. J. LEEK, 1206 MA RKET. COR. GOLDEN
Gate ave.— evenings: Sundays till noon.
All WORK REASONABLE AND WAR
ranted. DR. J. W. KEY. 1122 Market st.
DR. GEORGE" W.~LEEK. TH E GENUINE
Leek dentist, discoverer of painless extraction
and patentee of Improved bridge work or teeth
withont any piate, moved from 6 to 20 O'Farrell st.
HEAPEST AND BEST IN AMERICA— THE
VJ WEEKLY CALL, sent to any address In the
nlted States or Canada one year for SI 50, post-
free. ■ . ' ..... .-■ -.■ -■.■- --■-■■ ■ -■:
laws a specialty; snits, Superior, Justice and
Police Courts: terms reasonable ; collections, etc
G.W.HOWE, att'y-at-law, 850 Market .cor.Btockton
JOHN K. AITKEN, ATTORNEY -AT-LAW. RS.
16 and 17. 402 Montgomery st., cor. California.
' W.DAVIDSON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,i2a
• CaiiiOzoU it., ma. 14-1*; advice free.
A NY ONE~KNOWING THEWHEREABOUTS
±\- of TIMOTHY RIORDAN. late of Cleveland.
Ohio, will please notify his brother John at the
Prescott House, cor. Pacific and Kearny sts., S. F.
EMIL NEUBAUER, PLEASE CALL COItNER
No? and Henry sts.
KENNEDY— INFORMATION WANTED uF
ELLEN KENNEDY, sister of the late PAT-
RICK H.KENNEDY of New York City, and daugh-
ter of ELLEN HANLEY and JOSEPH KEN-
NEDY, natives of Newcastle. West County, Lim-
erick, Ireland; she was last heard of in Sydney.
New South Wales. Any person knowing any-
thing of her whereabouts please adiregs-her
brother, MICHAEL KENNEDY, 33t> East Sixty-
slxth St.. New York City, or Lauterbach &
Scheuerman, 22 w'illiam St., New York City. •
Y WIFE, ELLA CARSON, HAVING LEFT
my bed and board, 1 will not be responsible for
any debts contracted by her from this date, Octo-
ber 12, 1895. • CARL CARLSON.
DEF D YOUNG WIDOW WOULD LIKE~A
■It position as housekeeper. Call 1118 Market St.,
PKMOVED— DE GARMO DRESS-CUTTING
XX Institute, from 219 Powell to 318 Geary; I am
prepared to execute orders at «hon notice: all the
latest styles received direct: suits made from $5
up: goods and findings complete from $12 up: per-
fect tit guaranteed; patterns 25c and 35c: country
orders solicited: personal fitting noi necessary.
MRS. A. J. BRADLEY, 313 Geary St., nr. Powell.
ADVICE FREE; DIVORCE AND PROBATE
laws a specialty suits, Superior, Justice and
Police Courts; terras reasonable: collections, etc. G.
W. HOWE, att'y-at-law, 850 Market, cor. Stockton.
DRAMATIC— PARTNER WANTKD FOR A
stron? attraction; new sensational play;
experienced leading laay and Ingenue. Eastern,
box 116. Call Office.
DR. B. M. HOHENSHELL. MAGNETIC
treatment. 413 Mason- hours 9 to 12 and 1 to 5.
UITS ' MADE TO ORDER OF ELEGANT
remnants for $10; samples and self-measure-
ment on application. LEON LEMOS, Merchant
Tailor, 1332 Market st., San Francisco.
VTE W YORK HAIR-DRESSING STORE : HAIR
XV dressing and shampooing; all kinds of hair
I work artistically executed; a new hair dre, the
- London Imperial, a positive cure for dandruff and
all scalp diseases; superfluous hair removed with-
out needle, sample treatment troe. ' MME. KESS-
ING'S, 131 Larkin St., opp. City Hall.
DEAFNESS; LOST HEARING RKBTORED;
book free. The Auraphone, 10 California and
918 Post sts. _^
DR. AGNES WINZELL, ELECTRICIAN: OF-
flce, Rubs House, for short time: consults free.
SPOT CASH PAID FOR ALL KINDS OF MER-
chandlse; strictly confidential. 7 Fourth st. •
NDERSIGNED MAILS 40 TO 50 DIF
J ferent used Australian postage stamps or four
different photo views of sunny Australia for $1, V.
S. money. Sent bv freight: Australian lyre bird
tails for $6 each; sent by freight, 1 large plain and
1 carved emu bird egg for $5 pair; send money or-
der if over $2. V. S. money only: no stamps. Ad-
dress JOSEPH NEUZIL, G. P. O. Sydney, N.S.W.,
Australia. This notice appears once a week.
A LL PAINS CURED NATURAL MAGNETIC
xi. electric healing. MRS. HILL, 216yfr Mason st.
HAIRDRESSING. 25c, ANY STYLE: ESTAB.
lished 1869; natural curl" front-piece and first-
class switch $1 each. BERTHA SPITZ. 111 Stock-
ton j strictly one price. Q. LEDKRER, successor.
fTIHREAS MANNING (LATE OF ADCOCK'S),
I latest importations of millinery at 115 Geary st.
lANO LESSONS BY GERMAN LADY ; 25C
half hour. 1126 Howard st. ■
ffl»"1 A ROOM: CARPETS CLEANED ON THE
<JP-L floor. 206 Leavenworth st.
ANTED-ROOM OR BOARD FOR PIANO
lessons : references. D., oox 72, Call Office.
GYPTIAN HENNaT?TThaIRDYE, PER-
fectly harmless. Langley-Michaels Co.: all
chemists; Hubbard's 923, Hauptli's, 1156 Mktst.
"VT EW PROGRESSIVE WINDOW ANDHOCBE
Xi cleaning l'o.;floors scrubbed:contracts;dny.wk
or month. F. CARNOVAL <fc C0.,121 O'Farrell st.
XT AIRS REMOVED BY ELECTRICITY PAIN-
-LI. lessly; busts enlarged; freckles, wrinkles and
other facial blemishes removed; we guarantee
satisfaction. MME. KARROW, Woman's Dis-
pensary, 1206 Market st.
DR. AGNES WINZELL, THE WORLD-RE-
nowned electrician : ottice Russ House; elec-
trlclty cures, medicine kills: consultation free.
7 C CENTS PiSR DOZEN FOR CABINETS,
I O fnll length. Godeus Art Btudlo, 10 Sixth st.
CHOOLOF MAGAZINE AND NEWSPAPER
0 Illustration— lnstructors: J. H. E. Partington,
Gertrude Partiugton of the Examiner and R. L.
Partlagton of THBCAix-Apply or address 424 Pine.
HE ECONOMY," 40 SIXTH ST., BET. MAR-
-1 ket and Mission (old No. 46)— Millinery. Cheap-
est house in the city -.stylish trimmed hats, $2: hats
j trimmed, 25c;hats pressed, 25c leathers curled, sc.
INAN, 111 STOCKTON ST.; $10 IMPORTED
hats: stylish trimmed bats reasonable.
IMEOGRAPH, TYPEWRITER AND OF-
flce supplies; all classes of typewritten and
| mimeocrapb work promptly done; typewriter rib-
i bons. $6 doz., sruaranu-ed. ANNA C. BUSTEEDE,
| phone— Main. 6807: 630 Market.
QECOND-HAND AS WELL AS NEW BARS,
O showcases, counters, shelvings, mirrors, dtiisks,
I safes, chairs, scales, ete., and a very large stock of
! them, too; be sure and see stock and get prices be-
fore going elsewhere. J. NOONAN, 1017, 1019,
1021, 1023 Mission St., above Sixth.
LD BUILDINGS BOUGHT AND SOLD;
store fixtures, doors, windows, lumber, pipe,
etc. : cheap. Yard 1166 Mission St., near Eighth.
CAN LOAN YOUR MONEY ON FIRST
mortgage security, city property, in sums of
$100 to $5000 or more, at 7 per cent per annum
1 net (payable monthly or seml-annually): borrow-
: ers will pay mortgage tax; security guaranteed:
references given. W. MATTH.fc.WS, 402 Mont-
i gomery st., room 18. S
i jnHIMNEY ADDRESS J. BISHOP,
I \J 823 Market. Phone Main 441 at C. BROWN'S.
T>USTNESS RKCORDS WRITTEN DURING
XJ or after business hours; Individual and part-
nership and neglected accounts adjusted; corre-
spondence German and Enelisb. Address S. P.
MIDDLETON <fc CO., 20 Montgomery st.
T ADIES, BUY YOUR FUR CAPES DIRECT
XJ from COLOMBAT'B Fringe Manufactory, 113
I O'Farroll st.; old-style furs altered. , .'-v;, ,■
"T N. .POWELL, DENTIST, REMOVED TO
0 ■ Young Men's Christian Association building.
"I C\l\(\ BUSINESS CARDS.II 50: SENT FREE,
JLUUU city or country. HILL, 724Va Market st.
T^LECTRIC LIGHTS IN EVERY BOOM— WIW-
XX Chester House, 44 Third, near Market; 200
rooms, 25c to Ijll 50 per night; $1 50 to $6 per
week; free bus to and from the ferry.
\J locating at GRAHAM'S Agency, 330 Pine st.
ACHINE WHITEWASHING; CONTRACTS
1»1 taken; whitewashing and tree-spraying; rooms
whitened. $1 up. 1560 Market St., near Hayes.
WALTZ GUARANTEED; PRIVATE OB IN
it class. PROF. FOSTER'S Dancing School,
997 Market st. -
DVICE FREE— MARRIAGE LAWB. ACCI-
--r\ dent casen. McCABE, Attorney, 1027 Market.
fflt 1 O SUITS TO ORDER; SAMPLE BY MAIL.
O-L^-' NEUHAUS. Merchant Talior, 115 Kearny.
INE SUITS. $15: DRESS PANTS, $4 75.
Misfit Clotninc I'arlors, 435 Montgomery st.
ON 0 R CUT -
Oak Roll Top Desks.. .'. $14 to $35
Oak Chiffoniers From $10 up
Oak Bed Bets $17 50 up
; Oilcloths and Linoleums 30c up
Mn v and Ranges. $3 up
Thousands of bargains. We keep everything.
Cash or time payments. J. NOONAN,
1017-1019-1021-1023 Mission St.. above Sixth. ,
/ILOAKS, Ai'ks '"anTTlsl RETAILED AT
\J mfrs' rout. Factor--. 20 Sansome St.. upstairs.
LD GOLD, SILVER. GENTS 1 AND LADIES 7
clothing boucht. COLMAN, 41 Third st.
WINDOW SHADES MANUFACTU RED TO
YT order >»• WILLIAM Mi-l'H UN. 1195 Market.
DMWW, $2 UP; W RAPPERS, 35cUP. 139y
Nhlpler st., near btxtb, upstairs.
rjiAILOR-MADE SUITS TO ORDER ETC.;
-L reasonable prices: by CHAS. JAGER, ladies'
tailor, 246 Sutter St., California building, rms 14-15.
RESSES CUT AND FITTED, $3; DRESSES
popnli.r prii*e«: engagpmpnts by ilay. 11 Geary.
TYPEWBITEBS AND SUPPLIES.
TNVirTciBLTE™ RIBBONS AND ~ OARBONB
X. are absolutely guaranteed. United Typewriter
and Supplies Co. 413 Montgomery st.
rpHOROUGIIBRED WATER SPANIEL ~ 6
1 months. ■ B-, box 94, Call. •
FRENCH RANGE: GOOD AS NEW; CHEAP.
r 615 Taylor st. . ,
AOXI MINNA— A NEW WINE PRESS, WITH
rtOO3 ft box for 300 pounds of grapes.
ffljjft FOR BOTH ORGAN AND GOOD BEW-
«Jp*±l/ ing machine, for sale. Apply this office.
T>ABY'BNIOE OAK CRIB FOR SALECHEAP.
XJ Apply 1229 Broderlck, bet. Ellis and O'FarreU.
"ICTOR PNEUMATIC SAFETY; GOOD CON-
condition; only $30. 328 McAllister st.
DA RGAINS IN RATTAN CHAIRS; MUST BE
X> sold quick to make room for new designs; our
entire line of samples of rattan fur iture; we sell
baby : carriages at wholesale prices; save your
money and • patronize home industry. California
Rattan Company, 55 to 61 First st.
0" NE SMALL MEDIUM AND LARGE SIZE
fire and barglar proof safe. 281, 223 Market st.
LL TYPEWrtITERS RENTED, '■ ~~~
including Smith Premier.
LEO. K. ALEXANDER <ft BRO., sole agents.,
218 Sansome st.. S. F. - :
lAMOND ■ PINS. STUDS, BRACE-
Iets and ear-rings at half store prices. UNCLE
HARRIS, 15 Grant ave. :-; - -
LL MAKES OF TYPEWRITERS BOUGHT
and sold. 8. F.. Typewriter Ex., 310 Callforn
VTATIONAL CASH REGISTER, SAFE?
Xi , scale, letter-press, desk; cheap. ;. 102 Clay st.^:
VTEW RANGES CHEAPER THAN SECOND-'
IN hand.V ; W. 8. RAY Co., 12 California st."^
C"IOUNTEKB, N SHELVING, SHOWCASES
\J bought and sold 1121^ Market beL 7th and Bth
' - ,-; ; : .vA 'BICYCLES.'..: - — — —
best accommodations.- Termlnm Gearv Mo-
AlUawr and Powell st. c*r lutes, ,%r woaiy, iaw -
pESTAURANT AND BAKERY: VERY BEST
XV location; employing 5 baKers, 3 coo*s, 8 wait-
ers, 2 clerks: finest fitted-up p'.ace In city: has
very best counter and outside trade: horses and
wagons included: positive guaranty from owner
as to amount of business; trial until satisfied;
owner has 3 places: must sell one at sacrifice.
STENBERG, 632 Market st., opp. Palace Hotel.
© KAA MILLINERY-KTORE; GOOD LOCA-
•JpuUU. tion: 3 living-rooms: cheap rent: value
in stock; sacrificed. STENBERG. 632 Market.
(TOO7C RESTAURANT, RECEIPTS $12 TO
$},<£ % U. $15 daily; 4 rooms. STENBERG. 632
©OAAA COFFEE SALOON; VERY BEST
f^ZAJ\J\J . location: first-class fixtures: receipts
$45 to $50 daily: 6 rooms upstairs: A No. 1 furni-
ture ; trial allowed. STENBERG, 632 Market st.
T>ESTAURANT. NEAR MARKET ST.: OLD-
Xt est and positively best paying in city: always
crowded: excellent location; has very best class of
trade; does an excellent business: extra big bar-
gain: nothing to equal.lt In any line: sicknesa.
STENBERG, 63VS Market st.
©QCAA EXPRESS TRANSFER CO.: HAS
<Jp«^c)Uv'. the largest trade between this city
and Oakland: clears $-50 to $300 per month: pro-
prietor owns his own property— barns, offices, stor-
ages, etc. : has 4 finest teams runninz across the
bay; worth $3600: one of nicest, cleanest busi-
nesses inlthis! State: established 15 years: $1500
down, balance on terms: retiring from business.
STENBERG CO., 632 Market, opp. Palace.
DAM MILK BUSINESS: HAS LARGE
tjp lOU 1 '. route: 24 cows, all Jerseys and Hol-
steins; 3 fine horses; 2 wacons: buggy; the dairy is
In the finest condition and doing prosperous busi-
ness, all first-class custom: clearing $150 monthly;
house 4 rooms: 10 acres land: live stock fully
worth the money: cash; depot city retailing sto
6 cans daily; must sell: departure. STENBERG
632 Market, opposite Palace.
T ARGE LIST OF CHOICE BUSINESS OPPOR-
Jj tunities; best bargains ana terms ever offered.
$2000— Grocery-store: 4 living-rooms.
81250— Cigar-store: corner; receipts $20 to $30.
Sloo— Restaurant; sacrifice: neaf Mail Dock.
Drugstore— established; big paying; Market.
Will sell at sacrifice 100 tons of baled oat hay.
Photograph outfit— Man to travel: cash $50.
$250— and coffee route : BO paying customers.
Branch bakery— 4 living-rooms: in Mission.
PROLL A CO., 719 Market st.
TEA, COFFEE, BUTTER, EGG ROUTE, WITH
100 customers; trial given until satisfied.
PROLL A CO., 719 Market st.
p ROCERY AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE
VX store: prominent corner; business center; pay-
Ing business: references furnished from leading
wholesale houses. PROLL A CO., 719 Market su
NOTICE— TO BUY OR SELL A BUSINEBS OF
XN any kind see STRAND A CO., 45 Third st.
<JM CA COKFEE SALOON;- PAYS WELL;
«n)J-«->U. cheap rent; bargain If taken to-day.
See STRAND A CO., 45 Third st.
©7AA GROCERY AND BAR, OLD ESTAB-
tj) i\J\J. Hshed, with 2 furnished rooms: No. 1
location; value In sight. STRAND A CO.. 45 Third.
<2£ OZf\ BARGAIN TO-DAY; SALOON WELL
tJpOtJU. fitted up: pays well; value In sight;
best location on Third st; any reasonable offer will
be accepted to-day. See STRAND A CO.. 45 Third.
©O^AA PARTNER WANTED IN BEST
<$p £dO\J\J . paying livery stable In this city; see
to-day. STRAND A CO., 46 Third St.
©lOC BRANCH BAKERY; 3 ROOMS;
i-^u. cheap rent. STRAND. 45 Third st.
©OCA PARTNER IN SALOON ; CLEARS $75
tjp^.<JU. month each. STRAND, 46 Third st.
ffljlOf;n CANDY-STORE NEAR MARKET
WX^jOXJ. st.: elegantly fitted; receipts $25
daily; big sacrifice. SIEERS A CO., 22 Kearny st.
d&OXAA RESTAURANT; LARGEST AND
t±pjLiO\J\J. finest fitted place In Oakland; best
location and doing a tremendous business: first-
class trade: lest reasons for selling; Investigation
allowed, or will take partner; full value. OEO.
STEERS A CO., 22 Kearny.
<3«^MA PAYING GROCERY AND BAR:
t£)')\.r\t. daily receipts $12 to $15, mostly bar
trade; rent $17 50: fine location: no opposition:
snap. See BARRETT A CO.. 865y 2 Market st.
AAA TREMENDOUS BARGAIN; COF-
<IP-I-v/l/v/. fee and lunch bouse; clearing over
$200 month, above all expenses; positive proof
given; rent $60; nearßalawln: can't be duplicated
in the city: disagreement of partners only cause of
sale. BARRETT A SKIFF, 865y 2 Market St.
SOOC BRANCH BAKERY AND DELI-
— ._«J. cacy store; receipts $10 to $12 a day:
best location: don't miss seeing this bargain.
BARRETT A CO., 865 V 2 Market St.
ONLY $800: GKOCEHY AND SALOON MEN,
never before such a bargain offered : will seli
my lease and buildings, which consist of 2 corner
stores, 4 nice living-rooms, large yard, etc.; well
located : always has been run as a grocery and bar;
compelled to sell on account of old age;' Is worth
$1300, but will sell for $800. Apply 1001 Tennes-
see st., near Napa: no agents.
WHEELWRIGHT-SHOP OF A. HANSEN
for sale on account of death. 715 Folsom st.
ELICACIES.PORK AND SAUSAGK STORE;
reasonable price. Apply 133 Seventh st.
/ 1 ROCERY AND BAR; 4 LIVING-ROOMS.
VT 253 Clara st.
GOOD MORNING AND EVENING ROUTES;
bargain. Apply 1404 Ellis St., 5t07 p. if.
PA V ISO BRANCH ~BA KER Y~GROCERY~.
X notions and laundry office: cheap. 921Va How-
ard st. *.■ .v._,o : :
I^OR SALE— A BUSINESS SUITABLE FOR
lady or gentleman; wholesale; very cheap. Ap-
ply 12 Adalr st.. between Fifteenth and Sixteenth,
Howard and Capp.
ARTNER WANTED WITH $175 FOR A
good-paying saloon and restaurant downtown.
Aadress 8., box 10. Call Office.
ANTED— INDUSTRIOUS MAN AS PART-
ner in best paying cash business; no liquors;
low rent: $150 required. J. P., box 1, this office.
R~ estaurant! CHEAP if TAKEN at
once; on account of sickness. Apply 1934
© 1 9?v A LARGE EXPRESS WAGON WITH
f> IAkJ. A LARGE EXPRESS WAGON WITH
J LAO. horses and harness. Call SE. cor. New
Montgomery and Mission sts. ;
SALOON— THE WELL-KNOWN BOHEMIAN
for sale. Apply 25 StocKton st.
O LOON FOR SALE CHEAP. 341 SIXTH BT.
ARE CHANCE— STATIONERY, NOTIONS,
•IV candy and cigar store; established 3 years;
well paying; complete stock; departure. Call Of-
CfcQP\A. GOOD-PAYING GROCERY BAR
*iT*JU\j. with living-rooms; cheap rent; must be
sold quick at a sacrifice: best reason for selling:
great bargain : make offer. Address or call Rose-
dale House, 821 Ellis st.
FINEST COAL AND FEED YARD IN THE
Mission, as owner has other business and had this
place for relative who has left It on his hands: has
4 horses, wagons, buggy, etc.; will sell at inven-
tory. Apply at yard, 1916 Mission st. ,
Vy ANTED— OF SMALL CAPITA TO
'» engage In the following businesses: Hotel,
harness-shop, drugstore and general-merchandise
store, etc.: best opening in the State: mills and
factories employing large numbers of men; we will
build for the right parties. For particulars address
SHEPHERD A TEAGUE, 1118 J st.. Fresno, Cal.
CJiO^A FOR SALE. STOCK AND FURNI-
<p— O\J. ture of poultry ranch above Fruitvale-
-3^5 chickens, incubator and brooler. horse and
wagon: 6-ioomed house partly furnished; 3 acres
all in fruit; rent $12 60. Apply room 34, from Ito
4, Donohoe building.
Vr ost con VENIENT AND RESPECTABLE;
-I'-L 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.
O?|7X SODA, CANDY, CIGAR AND COF-
«I)X I U. fee place: opposite Page-street entrance
to Golden Gate Park; best of location. 435 Stan-
J&7C PARTNER WANTED IN GOOD PAY-
tjp 10. ing butcher shop: cheap rent: advertiser
is butcher aud sausage-maker. 335 a Fourth st.
*i OH KKSTAURANT AND COFFEK |PAR-
«JPiH7. lors: everything new; high-back chairs,
gas stove, i living rooms; rent $15. 605 Sixth.
RARE CHANCE-EXPhESN AND DOUBLE
team; other business. AddressT., box 8, Call.
TjAKERY o AND ; OTI ONS STORE FOR SALE
XI cheap. 219 Steiner st.
<ft9oo PAKTXEH WANTED IN A CYC-
RZyjV. lery. Call 614 D st.. nr. Eighth ave
$800 BAKKRY FOR SALE-2 BARRELS
«JPOW. per day; erood-paylng business; horses
and wagon. Appiy Call Office.
A NY ONE WISHING TO INVEST IN A
-Tl- good-paying restaurant and oyster saloon In
the town of Uklah, please call at the Call Office
for particulars. ■
"DUTTER AND EGG ROUTE STALL-300
-L» customers: a bargain. R., box 96, Call office,
\V ANTED— MAN WITH $2000 CASH.
•on P.n VBtclan P refer r«3: can gnarautea $10,000 to
520.000 per year; triflers and curiosity-seekers not
noticed. Call personally at room 68, Golden West
Hotel, between 1 and 3 p. m.
<Ej^i)A DURING THE PABT SEASON OVER
t®tJ\.i\J. $500 per week was (realized on turf In-
vestments. Write to HUDSON, the legitimate
betting commissioner, 630 and 532 Madison ave.,
©P;nnn CASH BUYS good PAYING BUSl-
'i>-*J\J\J\J ness Property: rent $77. Address G.
S., box 120, this office. •
"OAKERY, CONFECTIONERY, LUNCH AND
XJ coffee parlor; must sell ; sickness. 26 Hayes st.
CALL ROUTE FOR SALE IN INTERIOR
\J town. Apply Call Office.
MEAT-MARKET IN COUNTRY, NEAR CITY;
a bargain. H. M. COVERT, 218 California st.
tt^fMlfi BAZAAR: GOOD LOCATION;
tIPUVM'I/. well advertised; established 7 years:
total running expenses $125 a month; doing cash
business ot $1000 a month; could be gTeatly Im-
proved with proper attention, owners having too
much other business: will sell at inventory; no
charge • for good will. Address or apply Pacific
Printing Co., 643 Clay st. • , ■
HE PALACE HOTEL .
1 . AT UKIAH, MENDOCINO COUNTY, CAL.,
> , TO RENT OR FOR SALE »;-•. „
ON LIBERAL TERMR
Inquire of J. M. MANNON, Ukiah, or WIL-
LIAM HEESER. Mendoclno.
INTERIOR AGENCY OF THIS PAPER FOH
J. sale: pays over $200 per month net: ■ price
$5000: for particulars apply at - this office; none
but principals need apply; terms cash.
IF YOU WANT A GOOD-PAYING RESTAU-
X rant cheap for cash call at once 1934 Market st.
VfOTICE-DO YOU WANT TO DISPOSE OF
i.l your business promptly T HJ2AL Y, 23 Kearny
BUSINESS CHANCES— Continued.
FOR SALE— DRY -GOODS, CLOTHING AND
shoe ousiness; stock $7000: In a city of Oregon
which for special reasons nas an ■ excf ptionatly
bright future; cash trade only; terms cash. Ad-
dress this office.
COFFEE - SALOON AND RESTAURANT;.
\J best location in city: receipts about $40 a day;
trial given until satisfied; no trifiers need answer. ,
Address C. S., box 140, this office. '
djfC^A GROCERY AND BAR: OLD ESTAB-
(|Pt)«JU. lished; corner 4 rooms: fine stock
liquors and groceries: bargains. HEALY & CO., "
23 Kearny st.
©l^fifl BAKERS, ATTENTION-CORNER
■«JDJ.yV7V/. banery : cash trade of $18 perday;
clearing $150 per month: 6 rooms; stable, 2 horses,
wagon and cart. W. F. HEALY. Vi3 Kearny St.
aurjr(\ ROADSIDE HOTEL; 18" ROOMS;
<JJ) • «J" '. bar trade of $14 p' r day; keDt by pres-
ent owner 8 vears: clears $100 a month; trial
given. W. F. HEALY, 23 Kearny st.
<2>f*nn FRUIT AN D CONFECTIONERY;
OtH-'^-'* near Kearny and Post: flrst-claas busi-
ness: investigate. W. F. HEALY, 23 Kearny st.
>.'• i\ f)T RESTAURANT AT THE M f HSION,
JJJOUU. has 18 tables, 72 rhalrs, together with
furnished flat of 7 rooms. HEALY. 2J< Kearny.
RANCH BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY:
L'ooil location. 410V a Fifh st.
LODGVXG-HOUSES *Olt SALE.
M~~" ROOMS, SUNNY CORNER. ONLY .. $750
24 rooms on Geary st. payment* 1,100
30 fooms, fine sunny i-ort-t r; wor::. $3000. . 1,600
7-room corner tint; central 400
29-room house : very central 750
16 rooms, ali on one floor : 650
H. C. DKCKER. 120ti Market st.. cor. Taylor.
, 14 ROOMS, NICELY FURNISHED; MUST
• be sold this week; splendid location; see this.'
DECKER, 1206 Market St. :
© C A 14 ROOMS; FINE LOCATION ; GOOD
tIPUUvf. furniture; rooms always rented; snap.
E. B. HUNSAKER. 646 Market St.
,£C-ROOM HOUSE, WORTH $4000....... $2COO
rt*J 25-room house, part cash 1200
40-room house, central, elegant . 1500
9-room house, fine location 150
2H-room house, part cash.... 1500
20- room house., great bargain 65U
37-room house, part cash 1300
MACGILLIVRAY A CO., 921 Market st.
mo BUY OR SELL A LODGING-HOUSE^ SEE
1 STRAND A CO., 46 Third st. .
G»/f f^A. HOUSE OF 16 ROOMS; PAYS WELL;
tlpttOU. offer wanted. STRAND. 45 Third st.
T7IURNISHED HOUSE: 14 ROOMS: CAUSE
X 1 sickness: full of roomers. 309 Grant ave.
T ODGING-HOUSE, 16 ROOMS, ALL RENTED;
XJ rent $60— 5450. Apply after 2 ,at 120 Sixth st.
C*9nfl 7-ROOM HOUSE; CHEAP RENT;
«Jp^Uv. good location. Address S., box 6, Call.
QQ ROOMS, CENTRAL: CLEARS $110 A,
O£i month; half cash, balance to suit purchaser;
money to loan. WOOD A CO., 917 Markeu
<J££^n 8-ROOM FURNISHED LODGING-
tIpDUI/. house: clears $75 a month. 117 Eddy.
(»17' TURK, NEA R MARKET — FUR-
•IS JL I U. nished house; 5 rooms; pays well: rent
$26. Apply room 34, Donolioe building, 1 to 4 p. u.
flj.-| Qf\ HOUSE: 11 FURNISHED ROOMS
iiplOU. and store: four months' rent paid. 3129
furniture for SALE-
-Li side; cheap. 8 Turk st. ■ ;?,,■.•
OR SALE— OAKEN FOLDING BED, MlR-
ror front. Address O. 8., box 47, Call Office.
Vf ODERN FURNITURE OF SUNNY CORNER
IVI flat: price $550. 839 Post st.
OM P LET E OUTFIT FOR 4 ROOMS $80
\J Brussels carpet laid. 450
Heavy linoleum 400
Free packing and delivery across the bay. Coun-
try orders solicited. Send for circular. SHIREK
SHIREK, 1310-12 Stockton st. Open evenings.
p EDUCTIONS ON LARGE '.STOCK, NEW AND
X\ second-hand; 400 carpet* good as new; oil-
cloth, 25c; parlor suits, $19 up; linoleum, 46c; 7-
piece chamber suits, $14 50: cornice poles, 25c;
ranges, $6; cash or Installments: goods snipped
free. T. H. NELSON. 126 Fourth st.
r^UT PRICES IN FURNITURE ANDCARPETi
* ' 'hU ir>4 nt Mrt^AKK'S. 9lS^f.l) MNslon «t.
ON'T SELL YOUR FURNITURE BEFORE*
notifying TERRY, Auctioneer, 30 Montgom-
LWAVS BEFORE SELI.IN(i SKE H. T.
LEUTHOLTZ, 821 Mission, bet. 4th and sth.
A M ERIC AN FURNITURE COMPANY WILL
-"• pay yon the highest cash prica for your furnl-
ture, carpets, etc. 1129 and 1131 Market.
A UCTIONEER J. C. MUTHEft. 7i9 MARKET
-r\. st., pays highest cashjprices for^nrniture.
WILSON BROS.. 1710 MARKK T HT.; FrRNT
ture bought and sold; telephone, south 762.
. G. KRASKY. CARPETS, PICTURES.
. folding, iron beds, furniture; low prices; CaL
stepladder manufactd for the trade. 779 M issloo.
CASH PAID FOR FURNITURE AND MER-
■hanrllsp. 1.. H. ni'Kll A iictonefr. 10 Fnlrou.
;....-r,. CAKPET CL KAN I NO. ••,..
ARPETsTI'UORCJUGHLY CI.KA yKTt' ASO.
\J renovated same as new. 8. FERGUSON «x
CO.. 23 Tenth st. Telephone number, south 36.
VTATIONAL CARPET BEATING AND reno- 1
-Ll vating Works HAMPTON ABAILLY: layin<
and alterine. 313-315 Guerrero: 1 el. Mission Mi
ITY STEAM CARPET-BEATING AND
Renovating Works, HS and 40 Eighth st. G. H
STEVENS, manager. Telephone No., south 250.
WHEN YOU BECOME DISGUSTED WITH
poor work send to SPAULDING'S PioneerCat-
pet Beating Works, 353-7 Tehama: km. So-40.
CIONKLIN'S CARPET BEATING WORKS. 333
\J Golden Gate ave. ; telephone ease 126.
HE J. E. MITCHELL CARPET-CLEANINO
X Co. (lncorp.); old established carpet cleaning
nmchlneg; cleaning 3c yard. 230 14th. tel. 6074.
T MCQUEEN'S CARPET BEATING AND REN-
't . ovatmg works. 453 Stevenson: tel. 8228.
_/ ' HORSKS.
Bay HbRSE^rWEIGHT"IOSO LBS. ; GOOD FOR
J-> any purpose; very cheap. 351 Third st.
A(\ HORSES FOR SALE; ALSO WAGONS
7t\J buggies, carts, harness; Grand Arcade Horsa
Market, 327 Sixth st. ; auction sales every Wednas-
day. SULLIVAN A DOYLE, Auctioneers.
"1 AA SETS SECOND-HAND HARNESS; ALE,
\J\J kinds; second-hand wagons, buggy, carts;
also 20 cheap horses. • Fifteenth and Valencia «ts.
WAGONS AND CAKUIAUES.
QECOND-HAND WAGONS FOR BALE
O cheap; from $10 upward. 924 Bryant st. :
FOR SALE— HACK, BAKER AND LAUNDRY
wagon .fine buggy and rockaway. 828 Harrison.
A LL KINDS SEWING-MACHINES BOUGHT
•ii sold, rented, exchanged and repaired: lowest
rates. 'J()5 Fourth s:.. near Howard.
ENGINE FOR SALE.
«JpAi«Jl/. capacity 8000 gallons per hour. Per*
kins Pump and Engine Co.. 117 Main St.. 8. F.
A— A— A-A— A—
PROF. F. EUGENE
PROF. F. EUGENE
HAS RKDUCKDHIS PRICE. $1 ANDUPW\BD
BE WISE. BE WISE. BE WISE
KNOWLEDGE IS POWER. .
Remain not In darkness and Ignorance, Dut
seek the light of wisdom and learn what the
future holds for you. ills parlors continue to be
the point of great attraction. All are pleased
with his readings. Consult him and secure the
Good-Luck Cliarm. \ PROF. Kl GENE,
1320 Market st., parlors 9 and 10.
ME. MORKAU. WORLD - RENOWNED
trance medium: 25c up. 764 Howard St., front.
pi.AIRVOYANT: FEE 25c;. LADIES ONLY."
\J 174 Clementina st., off Third.
milE GREATEST PROPHETIC CARD-READ^
Xer In the world, 25c; magnetic healer. 330 Fell.
■L LEOQETTE, 311 Tehama St., nea'r Fourtn I . *
JT LEOGETTE, 311 Tehama st.. near Fourth.
A i ME. RA VENA RETIRNED; SITS DAILY"
1U names glven.2scnp. 828 Howard, tx't.4th&s'h'.
pLAIRVOYANT AND LIFE READER-
V^ ladles 26c. 230 Clara st., betf Fifth and "ixt"
\jMK ARNDT. BEST GERMAN FORTUNE
i»J. teller: only 25c nnd 50c: show you th» picture
of your future husband or wife. 724 Harrison st.
vf me dr. THOMAS, SCIENTIFIC REVEAL^
iu er by eggs find cards: tells entire life, past,
present, future; consultations on all affairs; jiota-
lng excepted; names given: good advice- *ur«
help; restores lost love by nympathy; mistake lm-
posdlple; fee $jl; letter 9'J. 929 Post St., nr. Larkln.
PROF. LEON. PALMIST. CLAIRVOYANT,
life reader. 633 Post: 10 to 8 dally; also Snnday.
A UGUSTA LEOLA, FORTUNE TELLER"
£X maglo charms: love tokens: true Dlcture of
future wife and husband; teaches fonune-tellln*-
develops clairvoyance, slate writing, etc.- has the
seven holy seals and the Palestine wonder chain;
fee $1 and upward. -ja-JH Mission, nr. wentieto!
MRS ANTHONY, MEDIUM AND . Llt'E-'
Al reader: ladles 25c; gents 50c. 342 Third st.
\ j 1..-. *^ AYO Sl-KKKS. TfcMT AND l;l>l.M>s
medium; readings daily. 101 Grove, cor. Polk.
T«n - T M IR ,V LKTO - N!f:lrr - lOCTm ME."YOUNa;
X 605 McAllister st.; skeptics Invited.
MRB. ROBINSON. 264 OCTAVIA ST • SIT
tlngs daily: circle Friday evening; 25c.
MRS. A. BI'.OCKWAY. INDKPKNDENT
slate-writer, 601 Larkln St., cor. Turk. 10 to s-
bring small slates.
RS. MAYO STEERS, TRANCE MEDIUM™
circles sun.. Tnes., Fri., 8 p. m.- Thurs. 2
P. m.: r-adingg. 10 to 4. 101 <,rove st.. cor. Polk! -
. ASTROLOGY. , '
DR. MEAD ANSWERS ALL QUESTIONS BY
planets from date of birth. T6l Market, r. 10.
A STBAL SEER-PROF. HOLMES, 11 SCOTT
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