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SAN FRANCISCO "CALL."
j;r^lNKi>s OFFICE of the San FranciscoCak^
•Tsl Market street, open until 12 o'ciock every
tip hi In the year. ./.". -
BRANCH OFFICES— S3O Montgomery street,
coirrrC'lay: open until 9:30 o'clock.
j: « Hayes street, open until 9:30 o'clock.
7171-arkin street, open until 9:30 o'clock.
BW. corner sixteenth and Mlsslou streets, open
(.] til « o'clock.
If. If- Mission street, open until 0 o'clock.
116 Ninth street, open until 9:30 o'clock.
CHOBCB NOTICES.
■ < \.\\\ BY PRESBYIVERIAN CHURCH,
lb<*r corner of Powc-ll and Geary sts.— Rev.
John Hcmphill, D.D., pastor, will preach
ut 11 a. .m. and 7:30 P. m. Topic oven-
Ing: '-God's Call and Our Answer. 1 ' Morn-
ing music, '"To Deum" (Mendelßsohn); oft'er-
tory, tenor soio, "With Your He;irts," from the
oratorio cf "Elli l v Mrs. Frank VerTreese Pol-
lock, with the I'.ostonlans. Evening music, "Deus
Mlseratur" (Mosenthal); offertory, quartet and
alto solo, by Gold. Mr. Pollock will sing, "I Have
j;. lof a P.eautlfnl City." in the Sabbath-school
Immediately r»f<r the morning service. AU are
cordUlly invited.
B-— s?= I ' !RS T united Presbyterian
t*i» > Church, Golden Gate »vc and Polk St.— Rev.
3M. M. Gibson, D.D.. pastor. Services 11 a. m. and
7:30 P.M. You People's service at 6:30 i». M.
The pastor will preach at both services. The sub-
ject 'jr tlie evening service: "A Man Better Than
11 Sheep." ■
BtT~B* iIU-i UNITARIAN CHURCH, COB->
L^jS' ncr of <>eary and Franklin sts. — Rev. llora-
tio Siepbins, D. U., minister; William D. Elliot Jr.
associate, at the church daily, from 11 to 12. Sun-
day-school at 9:46 a. a. Services at 11 a. m. and
7:SO p. m. Subject of evening sermon: "The Rela-
tion of the Unitarian Church to the People." All
are cordially invited.
hSs=~SHCOND UNITARIAN CHURCH, COR-
l»sfip cer of Twentieth and Capp sts.— Preaching
In the morning by Rev. N. E. Boyd of San Fran-
cisco. Subject: "The Cleansing Blood of Jesus."
Jvenlng service by Rev. X. A. Haskell of San
Jose. Subject: "The Kingdom of the Soul." All
ale cordially invited.
KfrTS^ FIRST BA PTTsT CHURCH, EDDY ST.,
iS^y near Jones— Key. M. P. Boynton, acting pas-
tor. Services Sunday. October 27. Preaching at
11 a. u., subject "Life's summit.' 1 and at 7:80
p. ji., lopic "A City's Woe." Sunday-school at
J2:80 p. m. Y. P. s.of C. E. at 6:30 P. m. Young
lien's meeting Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock.
I'rayer meeting Wednesday at 7:45 p. it. Chris-
tian culture c:::ss each Friday evening at 8 o'ciock.
All these services are open to tho public. Stran-
gers are welcome.
■SgrJJ FIRST, COXGREOATIONAIi i CHURCH,
E»-js' cor. Post aud Mooon —Rev. C. O. Brown,
D.D., pastor. Professor F. 11. Foster will preach
in the morning at 11 o'clock. 'Iheme: "Chris-
tian Prayer.™ In the evening at 7:30 o'clock,
"Religion of More Importance in Securing Human
Progress Than Intellectual Force." Sunday-school
in le< ■;.. room mediately after morning serv-
ice. Mr . Cooper's Bible class in midiioriuiu.
}Ir. Kirn ball's Bible >!a s In stndj-. Young Peo-
ple's Endeavor meeting at 6:30 P. m. Weekly
prayer meeting. Wednesday, at 7:30 p.m. All are
cordially invited, especially those from hotels and
boarding-houses in the vicinity.
S5S= CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OP LAT- |
ES^cj- ter-day Saints. Meetings at 2 and 7:45 r. m.
to-day, at W.i Market St., Frien Iship Hall. At the
evening service Klder E. M. Wuitesldea wi!i sueak
upon - - The Necessity of Latter-day Itevelatlon."
A cordial invitation is extended to all. No collec-
tions.
fjqsp KEY. IMt. E. UNANGST, WHO HAS
IS^-z? labored in the ca:isp of missions for thirty-
seven years in India, will preach in the Firs; Eng-
Jish Lutheran Church, on Geary St., near Octavia,
■Sunday morning and evening. Subject: "Tho
Work in India— Customs and Religion of the Xa-
tives." 'I he public are Invited to attend both
services.
JfTS THEOSOPHICAL SOCIETY — FREE
i*^-*- 7 public lecture every Sunday evening at 320
Post St.. at 7 :45. To-night: "Outlines of Practical
'I 1 .--o),hy. :; l.y Mrs. M. M. Thirds.
si:ni>ay aiektings:
13^5= THE SOCIETY Ol? PKOGRESSIVE
li-E' Spiritualists will meet at Golden Gate Hall-
on Sutter St., bet. Mason aud Taylor, Sunday
evening, October 27, at 7:45. Speaker. Mrs.
Kli?.abeth Lowe Watson. Subject. "Promises
Fulfilled or Our Friends iv the Spiritual World."
Mnsicbythe Misses Lillian and Emily Colemau.
Admission free.
jff^s?=» AT «J97 MARKET ST.. first pro-
Ck~-->' gressive spiritual Church. 11a.m., test <le-
veioping circle: 2 p. m., platform tusts, Mr. Kee-
gan, Mrs. Dunham Bird; 8 p. m., tests, full names.
Mrs. Dunham, Professor Gee. Mrs. Cornelius of
Portland; table-rapping circle by Dr. Lon Peterson.
EtCgp CHAS. BROCKWAY, PHEXOMEXAL
Er»S' seance, independent music, telegraphy, slate
writing, materialization, trumpet speaking, etc.. test
conditions: Sunday evening 8 o'clock; 60c. Koh-
ler<feChi>^' Hall, 26 O'Farrell st.
rt^SF* DB. RIN-F.s" " spiritual meeting,
E*-^ 909 Market st., 2 and Bp. v. Circle and
platform tests. Mines. Beeley, Henderson, Bird,
Mrs. Dr. Tobias. Col. Tobias will lecture on the
"Relations of Machinery to Commercial and In-
dustrial Depression. 11
CTS==>~TEST CIRCLE TO-NIGHT, lOC. MME.
•S-J*' YOUNG, 605 McAllister; large orchestra.
jj-^3p M lIS. EGG EKT AITKEN GIVES A TEST
i**£r sc-ance this Sunday evening at 715 Post st.;
aiso Thursaoy evening; sittings dally.
fes=" MRS. MAYO-STEERS; CIRCLE To-
uFG? night; sittings daily. 101 Grove, cor. Polk.
it's 3 MRS. siIRiXER AND MRS. GRIFFfN
tV-^ hold a trand s])iritual teat-meeting to-night
at 110 Hayes St.; music: all invited: 10c.
nr^jp^fßsTFui/roN, materializing BE-
Br-s? ance to-night, 50c; sittings daily, 8 p. M. 31
>ell st.
NOTICE «>F 31KKTINGS.
F>^^~FI DEUtSTIODGE N0f222,
Cb-jy I. o. o. I.-Initiations MO.N-^lgfe.
1) A Y. October 28.
E. M. WEST, N. G. "^/IiWT"
ii. Jacks, Bee. Sec.
S^^~ T fllrrSA"N r T-RANCISCO SCOT- v >T
Et-*' tish rhistle Club will hold their ftl*^
thirteenth annual Halloween ball at >iJoTtrjf
S'ortish Hall, 105 Larkin St., THURS- '«^-*
I)AY KVENING, the 31st inst.: irrand march
8::fOo''!oc:K; tickets *j5 cen s each; bat and cloak
100 m ir ■•-. .I.\MEs MVEX, Royal Ciilef.
AxantED Mili.kk, Recorder.
B^2s=" GOOD CITIZENSHIP MEETING, MET-
Li~-c-' ropolitan Hati, Sunday, October 27, 3p. v.
Address by J. A. Lansing of Boston. Subject, "The
Outlook of Romanism, or a Hundred Years of
History."
ff?7gr > THE PAJARO FR-UIT AND LAND
tir^r Company— A special meeting of the stock-
holflers of this corporation will be held at rooms
116-122, Crocker building, this city, on TDKB-
-, DA>, November r>, 1895, at 8 o'clock p. m., for the
Lransac: lou of such business as may properly come
before the meetlng.By order of the board of"dlrect- I
ori. CHARLES H. ASS Secretary.
Office: 421 Pacific st., San Francisco, Cal.
[iSg 3 la" CANDELARIA MINING COM-
BrS' pauy— A stockholders' meeting will be he!d
on SATURDAY, November 2, 1895. at 10 o'clock
a. M. at 530 California street, room 60, for the pur-
jiO.sp of amending the ny-laws and transacting any
otner business that may come before the meeting.
liy order of the board of irustees.
GEORGE A. HILL, Secretary.
MP3P CHEAPEST AND BEST IN AMERICA—
l*-«^ THE WEEKLY CALL, sent to any address
in the United States or Canada one year for $1 60,
postage free. ■ - ,
M-J .tIAI, M>i\iCXiS.
Bfr^TjirjosEpTTß "vyerT34(j s v ttelTst!---
-ttr^^ 1 to 3 and 7:30 to 8:80 P. M.; residence 1431
Webster s'.
g£7i=> RHEUMATISM, NEURALTiIA, GOUT;
le-*^ special attention to these alseases. J. A
McDONALD, M.D., 1236 Market;2to4,7 to 8 p.m.
rtTwp CORNS REMOVED WITHOUT KNIFE.
Ur-c Chiroi>odic Institute, room 22, 906 Market.
£^S=- MANICURING DONE AT PARLOR 77,
sV-*' 321 Ellis St.
tt^» ELECTRIC AND MEDICATED BATHS
"■"-^ 120y Geary, room 11: hours 10 to 10; $1
S£Sg=» BAD TENANTS EJECTED FOR «4.
m*Br ColiecUons made, city or country. Pacific
Collection Co.. 415 Montgy st.. room 6, lei. 5580. •
St"S= windows iiiX\El) AND floors
~»- J -' scrubbed; reasonable rates: payment for
damages guaranteed. c. ROBBI & CO.. 242 Sutter.
iL^ A'i WHITKNKD.SI UP: paper-
&^> > ed S3 50 uo. 317 V Third. QnoHce Hartman.
. Ef^Sp « l ECTI NB: IKNANT.S EJECTED,
Or^^ ittlO: costs ; aid. 420 Montgomery, mi. 29.
SITUATIONS WAJTYisp— yiCM T.lt.
A Cil-; RM AX GIRL DESIRES PLACE; HOTEL
-iV cook; a neat German second girl; 4 young
competent cooks and bouscgirl; open Sunday.
MME. LEOPOLD, 20 Stockton st. ->«""-•>•
LADIES WISHING GOOD HKLP OF ALL
JU kinds apply at 1004 Markets!.
-youNo widow wisukTT 1 position AS
X typewriter. Call or address 873 V> Market st
room 13. s.'cond floor. ■ .
iQ-BA MS TRE.vT who does dlTessmaking
O and children's clothes'would like enirairements-
a day. R. M.. box 108, Call onice. B ° b ." lcul3>
WORKING HOUSEKEEPER; COUNTRY OR
»» city. 917 Market St., room 21.
GERMAN WOMAN". AT THtfoLD French
Hospital, wants auv kind cr work by the day
Address B. li. .: .;. . "*,
Bl 1 \ I>s MEN CAN SECURE FIRST-CLASS
stenographers, typ^vriters. salesladies, book-
keepers and oiiice men at Home mid Business Bu-
reau, Academy Sciences, 819 Market st., room 16.
I^XPERIEXCED NUR«K WANTS BITU4-
X.J tlon; can take entire charge of an Infant from
birth: city references. Address C. C. box 19, Call.
DRESSMAKER WISHES ENGAGEMENTS
SJ iii famtliies or at home. Call or address room
0, 1007 Larkin «t.
COMPi: I l-.NT (iKKMAN GIRL WISHES SlT-
uatlon for cooking in the city or country; is i
neat and reliable. Address U. O. t box 71, Cnli. |
\\T OM AN~ WITH A CHILD 3 YEARS WOUXD
' it like to go as housekeeper; is a good sewer: a
good home more object than money. Call 246
i-'ourth st.
A WIDOW LA DV' FROM THE EAST DE-
jt%. sires a position with a German family: is a
Kood cook. Address J. P. S., box 161, Call Office,
"UTAIfTKD— PI MSITION^LS INTANT'S NURSE
'•by an experienced young woman; capable of
takinc entirr- charge; good references. Address
I\uise, box 71, Call. . .
SITUATIONS WANTED— Continued.
mHOSE NEEDING THOROUGHLY COMPE-
X tent help, the Home and Business Bureau rec-
ommends: Coolts, $25; general houseworker, $20;
chambermaid and seamstress, $15; girl to assist,
$10; also numerous other firs-class helpers. Acad-
emy sciences. M& Market st.. room 16.
t^> \V i ■. i ■ . S i 1 JiMPLOYJIENT OFFICE — llMi
~J Antonio nt.. oft Jones, nenr Ellis.
COMPETENT WOMAN WANTS WORK BY
the day. washing, ironing or any other work.
Apply 1444 Jackson st.
r OUNG LADY WISHES POSITION AS STEN-
X ographer In law ollii-e; Inexperienced in law
work only; wages no object: experience preferred;
would accept position in mercantile house. Ad-
dress Carmel, box 108, Call.
COMPETENT WOMAN W ISHES SITUATION
\J to do housework or plain cookinc for small
family; wr.ges $16. Call 257 Stevenson st.
"PLAIN SKWING AND MENDING NEATLY
X dono at room 26, 246 Sixth st.
pOMPETENT GERMAN NURSE, WITH SU-
\J periorcity references, wants a situation; can
also se-.v and do berwork; city or cbuutry.
AriJrt'.-ts, write or telephone MISS PLUNKIiTT,
4"J4 Sutter st. *
OOIV SWEDISH COOK WISHES SITU-
. ation in American family; wages $25; without
washing. Call Monday at 8 Bond st.
WOMAN WANTS WORK BY THE DAY.
'» Inquire 305 Minna st., cor. Fourth.
SCANDINAVIAN GIRL WISHES a SITUA-
O tion as second girl or good waitress. 635
Stevenson st.
SPE CT ABLE girl WISHES A situa-
tion housework, cooking. Apply 321 Ellis si.
VOUXU GIRL OF SOME EXPERIENCE
X would like a position in candy-store or factory.
Address C. F., box 13, Call Office.
"jIfIDLLE-AGED WOMAN WOULD LIKE A
X>X position as working housekeeper; is experi-
enced in that capacity. Inquire 32 Fourth St.,
room 8.
YOUNG LADY FROM THE EAST DESIRKB
a position as eoverness; can teach English,
German and elocution. Address E. F. S., box 146,
Call Office.
MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN WISHES SITUA-
i-'X tiou to do light housework: and cooking, or
housekeeper: $15. 102 .seventh st,
POSITION as MANAGING HOUSEKEEPER.";
lierkeler preferred; reference; call Monday; no
triflers. 518 Geary -it., room 12.
\\- ET NURSJS WITH FRESH BREAST OF
"" milk wishes position; city or country; refer-
ences given. Address X. \Y\, box 7;>, Call Office.
DRESsTttAKKR AND SEAMSTRESS, FINE
X/ fitter, sews £0c a day. G. G., box 99, Call Office.
EX I'IiUIENCED COOK WISHES SITUATION
-I Id prirate family. 227 Hayes si.
YOUSU LADY WISHES POSITION AT
X typewriting, stenography and bookkeeping; no
experience; salary no object. Address H. 8., Call
Branch Office. 717 Larklu st.
pEFI.NED WIDOW WlsllKs HOUSEKEEP-
' Xti er's position. 11 Kearny, room 27, first floor.
rpRA I NED NURSE (ENGLISH) WISHES
X for re-eugagement as masseuse or in medical,
I surgical or menial diseases; ladies or gentlemen;
, terms reasonable. Call 7 Van Xessavc-.
STRONG RELIABLE WOMAN WISIIKSTO
do washing, ironing, cookinn and houseclean-
| nig by the day. MRS. KObS, llsi/2 Twenty-sixth
st., near Mission.
HAIRD.REBB ING AND MANICURING PAR-
lors. IS iurk st.
i esTectaFjCTeyu uxg WOMAN WISHES
-iV a place for Hi-lit housework or any kind of
light work where sue can have her caild. Address
R., box 50, Call Oflice.
ASH IXG AND IRONING WANTED BY A
»' competent woman. Call or address 946 Mis-
sion st., room I.' SSffSS
TEWISH GIRL (GERMAN) WANTS A SITU-
O ation iv small Jewish family. Inquire 236
Fourth st.
7>ELIABLE AMERICAN WOMAN WANTS
XV situation as housekeeper in smai: family; good
cook and seamstress or housework l.y the day.
Call Sunday or Monday, 731 Folsom St.
■yOUNG WOMAN WISHES^aToSITION AS
X housekeeper or chamberwork and sewing in a
prlTate family. Call or ad irrss 1002 i'owell st.
nriDOW, A CHILD AGED 8, WISHES
" situation ns housekeeptr in aued couple's or
widower's familT; uood nome m<:re than high
Wagrs. Call *57i/a Jessie s:.. bet. Fifth and Sixth.
ITUA'IION wa.vi'i'.h h\ l.tCl.x^U v..j--h-
-: O man girl as nursery governess; will teach Ger-
man, French and English; best of city references.
Call or aadress C. >L, Young Woman's Christian
Association, 1221 O'iarrell st.
Q SCOTCH PROTESTANT GIRLS IN SAME
«-i family ; one as f.ood cook, other as flrst-c!ass
chambermaid and waitress; oest city references.
Address C. 8., box 109, Call.
SWEDISH WOMAN, GOOD LAUNDRESS,
wisdes situation; no objection 10 the country.
Address A. W., 7'-!l Bush s:., in rear.
ITUATION WANTED BY GIRL TO DOGEN-
eral housework or cooking; best of references;
6 years at Last place. Apply at 720y Folsom st.
"yOUNG FRENCH LADY DESIRES SIT uT-
X tion as housekeeper: can teach French; good
references. Address A. 8.. box 89, Call.
TRONG RESPECTABLE WOM A X WISHES
work by the day wasnlng and housecleaning;
$1 per day and carfare. 651 Mission st.
1 ' A N D— BY YOUNG GIRL SITUATION
" as children's nurse and seamstress; city or
country; $20. C. A., box 94, Call.
"WOMAN WISHES WORK BY THE DAY.
>> 1419 V Hay? s s . .
•\y idow WANTS A position AS house-
>> keeper. 121 Montgomery St., room 15.
rTiTx WOMAN, fTrsi-class HOUSE-
keeper, wishes •ituation; widower's family
preferred: no objection to children or country; no
triflers. Call or address 1429 Mission st., room 3.
p JERMAN WOMAN WIBHES WORK BYTHJB
' X day. washing and ironing or general house-
work. 664 Ye M na st.
ELIABLE GIRL DESIRES SITUATION TO
do general housework; no objections to chil-
dren. Apply at 218 Perry st.
GERMAN WOMAN, EXPERIENCED COOK,
vJ wishes situation in city or country; &ood refer-
ence. 220 Grove st.
pAPABLE WOMAN WANTS a place AS
\J housekeeper. Address E. 8., box 71, Call Office.
yOUNG WIDOW WITH A CHILD WANTS
X work as housekeeper in Oakland or near by.
Address MRS. H AOAN, Ilalfmoon Bay, San Ma-
teo County.
P XLI AB I E WOMAN WANTS WORK BY
Xt jh* day. washing, ironing aud housecleanlng:
fll a aay. Please call at 1169 Mission st.
OTHER AND SON WISH SITUATIONS;
mother flr*t -class cook: son to assist In
j kitchen; no objection to country; son, age 27,
can plow, milk: is all around man on farm. J. C,
room 1. 81 Natoma %t.
DRESSMAKER," GOOD FITTER, NEAT
worker, wishes work in families by the day;
reasonable. 1708% Sacramento st. ,
■yOUIfO SPAND3H (TTrL DOES GENTLE-
X men's meadlng. 1020 Market, rooms 12 and 13.
TJOUSEKEEPER— YOUNG LADY WANtFa"
XI siiuatioa as houseiceeper. Room 1, 137
SeTenth st.
At ANICUKING PARLORS. 1020 MARKET ST.,
J-'X rooms 12 and 13.
nriDOW FROM THE EAST WOULD like
* » any kind of s wiiig; gents 1 shirts made to or-
der. Room 28, second floor, 142 7th, cor. Howard.
WOMAN WITH CHI 2y 2 YEARS OLD
' » wishes position as working i;ousi;kerper; ref-
erences exchanged. Address C.T., 820V2 Treat aye.
PEFINKD EASTERN LADY WOULD ASSIST
XV In light work and sewing for small pay with
elderly people. MR.S. F., Call Branch, 339 Hayes.
\\T I CH ESTE R HOUSE, 44 THIRD ST., NR. •
'» Market; electric lights in every room; 200
rooms; 25c to $150 per night; $150 lo $6 per
week: free nus to and from the ferry.
\l' INCHESTEJJ HOUSE. 44 THIRD ST., XR.
'» 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'S SOC. FURNISHES COOKS;
. all branches: shortest notice. 14 Geary.
"yOUNG MAX, SPEAKS SEVERAL LAN-
X guages, understands massage, wishes a position
as traveling attendant, private place, or any other
kind of work. M. A., box 110, Call Office.'
yOUXG MAX DESIRES POSITION IN PRI-
X vate family (American) as groom or n! out
nlace: is good driver and bandy with carpenters'
tools. Audress R., box 7, Call Office.
OSITION TO TRAVEL, AS VALET, AT-
tendant or waiter in any. capaciy, home or
abroad, by a young colored man ot good character;
best of reference can be furnished. Address C. M.,
box 86, Call. ■
W ATCHMAN WISHES SITUATION;
'» strictly sober, industrious: furnish best refer-
ences. Address W., box 104, Call Office.
pOACHMAN— SITUATION WANTED BY A
\J young man: good driver, milker, gardener and
general hand about a private place; first-class ref-
erences. , Address box 71, Call Office. ...
Q ITU ATI ON WANTED BY AN INTELLI- I
O gent man as porter, driver of a delivery '
wagon or In any other capacity: speaks Enulish,
German and French: best references and cash se-
curlty. Address A. A., box 108, this office.
1 EXPERIENCED FARMER WISHES to
-i rent, work on shares or take care of an orchard,
vineyard or wine cellar; best references and cash
security, Address E. F., box 116, this office.
"ituation wanted by middle-aged
C 3 man to make himself use:ul about place; un-
derstands care of horses, milkin? and plain garden
work; references. : Address A. 8.. 413 Natoma st.
SITUATION WANTED,. BY A SWEDISH
O couple; wife a good cook; will take aiy part in
the house; man knows how to handle good horses
and garden work; bes: of reference. Address A.
H., box 117, Call Office. -.'
EXPERT ENOED SAWMAN WANTS. WORK
In planlng-mlll or for large building contractor
running or working at saws. Address PAULSON.
care Lindeil House, Sixth and Howard sts.
"yOUNG MAX WITH SOME EXPERIENCE
-*- as house-painter wishes to get steady work and
learn the painter's trade. Address J. J., 860
Howard st.
"y OUNG JAPANESE COOK WISHES SITUA-
X l!on in privnte family, or boarding-house; city
or close by; good reference.' Address J. 8., box
1 1, vull,
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, SUNDAY, UCTUISEK 27, 1S!)5.
SITUATIONS -jVAiSTED-Continued.
En : laX D- BOY WOULD LIKE TO GET WORK.
Xj Address Boy, box 13. Call.
! ANT EMPLOYMENT AS COLLECTOR OR
: *» watchman; can give good security and refer-
i ences. G. G., box 117, Call onica.
ORCHARDISr, WITH LONG EXPERIENCE
in fruit-raising, pruning, nursTy work and
I cultivating, is able to lake care of orchard, wishes
! liituatioa. Address Orchardist, box 61, this office. :
j ADVERTISER WANTS WORK OF AXY
; A kind; has had 6 years' experience as machln-
; ist; can us« any kind of loola. Address vV. F., Call
I branch Office, 116 Ximh st.
I y"ouxc: man WOULD~LIKE ANY KIND OF.
X work mominic and evening in exchange for
board; janitor lodging-house or private family. Aa-
I dress H. 0., box 90. Call Office.
ITUATION WANTED BY SOBER sTKADY
industrious man; experienced in saloon busi-
ness and willing to any kind of work. Address
A. 8., box 20, Call. ,;,;-,.
MAN AND WIFK DESIRE PLACES AS G\U-
dener and cook: city or country: best of refer-
I ences. Address Work, box 20. Call" Office.
COLORED BOY WOT'LD LIKE SITUATION
running errands or to attend to doctor's office;
age 15 years: references ea.H be given. Address or
call 307y O'Farrell st.
! SITUATION WANTED BY A SOBER INDUS-
O trious elderlj' man to do light work: small
wages: willins to do auy kind of work. E. G., box
! 23, this olKce.
j T7»IVE YEARS' EXPERIENCE WITH LOCAL
j JT firm as bookkeener, timekeeper and shipping
! clerk: will accept driver or porler: references fur-
! nished if required. Address E. H., box 101, Call.
I?LDERL V MAN WHO THOROUGHLY UN-
-i derstMids care of horses wants situation; small
wages; sood home more au objec:. Address D. 0.,
box 15, Call Office.
LDERLY MAN WANTS work about a
place; city or country; can cook, understands
farming; and care of stock, etc.; steady. J. Q.
ADAMS, 1075 Fourth aye., Oakland.
yOUNG MAN, 2 MONTHS FROM GERMANY,
X wishes position in any kind of work, to make
himself generally useful around a place, store or
saloon. Please address K. X., 617 Sacramento st.
GARDENER WISHES SITUATION ON PRI-
vJ vato place; competent: willing to make him-
self generally useful. Address R., box 71, this office.
r OL'.\« ENGLISHMAN OF 23 WISHES PO-
X sition in private family; references. H. M., 307
Golden Gate aye.
OMPETKNT BOOKKEEPER DESIRES A
small set of books to keep; .best of references;
terms reasortaUe. Address O. R., box 71, this oißce.
AN OF 25 STOUT AND ABLE TO DO ANY
kind of carpenter work, also experienced In
1 booKkeepiny and ns porter in wholesale business,
and abl»- lo give best security for truthful psr-
formaiice, wishes employment in city or country.
Inquire W., box 49, Cnll Ofllc*.
QTROSG YOUNG MAN, 22 YEARS OLD,
O wants a Rituation to i-arn the blacksmith and
wagon-making trade. Call or address 638 Com-
mercial st., room 1.
SITU AT WANTED BY A GERMAN
gardener, who understands propr-jtatlng: and
: can take care of horsrs and cows, and is willing to
j make himself generally useful around place. Ad-
I dress Situation, North Temescal.
TRONG YOUNG MAN NOT AFRAID OF
; O work wants a situation to learn the machinist
; trade. Call or address 636 Commercial St.. room 1.
"yOUNG MAN Wants POSITION IN GRO-
X eery-store: understands his business; 8 years
in the business. Address Y. Lv, box 74, Call Office.
pELIABLE YOUNG GERMAN WITH BEBT
A.\i references wishes a place in saloon or wholrsale
i lio,uor-s:ore: cmi matce any mixed driiiKS. Please
call at 9 Mason si., oysier depot.
COACHMAN— SITUATION WANTED BY
J~V a young man, Swedish; understands horses
1 and leninij; best references. Address box 80,
Call Office, Oakland.
OOKKEEPER, 11 YEARS' EXPERIENCE,
X) desires position in any office work: salary no
: object: i«'M ot referenoes. >r.. box n. Call Office.
iLI;ALt UELr WANTED.
I Ty^fTED^STRONG' YOUNG SECON D G I R L,
; »' $20: yon nc American second slrl forAlcatraz
Island. $15; waiting, suinll bonrdint-house. f?i0:
; young secoud giri, Berkeley, $16; German cook.
i iSSO: young reneral housework %\r\, San Rafael,
$20; cook, small boarding-house, $30: cook for S
in family, $25, must co borne nir.litt: cook and sec-
ond girl. liakersnelil. *^5 ami $20; cook *nd sec-
I oud Erirl, Yisalia, $25 and f <0; 60 other housework
gir $25. 520 anaSls. Apply MISS PLUMCJETT,
424 Sutter st.
W ORKING HOUSEKEEPER, COUNTRY,
! »» ?25; German or Swedish second girl; 3 iron*
1 ers, $i» per week; 2 restaurant waitresses, i? 6 per
i week: French maid, $20; 2 houseglrls, Santa Bar-
' birn, $20 and $15, and other towns; 13 housework:
i Klrls, city, f 15, 20 and $25. MISS CULLEX, 105
Stockton st.
ATHOLI C working HOUSEKEEPER,
\J *lb. m 183 CULLEN, 105 Stockton st. ■•:^ -.••-..-.
O FRENCH OR ( l . B MAN GIRLS, CITY. $16
i O to $18: 2 Cierman girls, same place, country,
j $25: 4 Swedish or Danish girls, lor housework, $20
j to $25; French cook, r.o housework, $^0; eirls for
light housework, city, $16. to $18; girl for Ala-
me<la, $6 to $8; 3 German or Swedish cooks, $26.
C. R. lIANSEN & CO., 110 (ieary st.
i i) GERMAN GIRLB, SAME PLACE IX THE
i £i country, $25; 4 German or Swedish cooks, city,
; $20 to $25: 4 Scandinavian housework girls, $20;
i French girl, small family in country, fare paid:
| middle-naed l?.dy for hnusework, country, faro
' paid; 3 French or Spanish jclrls, city, $16 to $18.
. C. R. HANSEN & CO., 110 Geary St.
| OTKL LAUNDRESSES, $20 AND $26;
i XX chambermaid and waitr<>ss. $20: chamber-
| maid and waitress. $20; chamberwork and wash.
$15: boarding-house cook, $25: 10 German and
Scandinavian girls, housework, etc.: apply early.
MURRAY & READY, 634 and 636 Clay st. ■ -„
CA WOMEN AND GIRLS FOR NUMEROUS
j «Jv» situations, families' and hotels; good wages.
Ji;r.i:.\i a READY, 6:^4 and 636 Clay st.
| ffrANl — GIRLS OF ALL NATIONALI-
»' ties to till places, cooks, second girls, nurses,
waitresses and girls for general housework; wages
$15, ?20. ¥25 and $30. Apply Monday at the
: Swedish and German Employment Bureau, 332
Geary st. .
\\ N T GIRL FOR LIGHT HOUSEWORK.
" 27 Laurel St., via Sacramento-street cars, west.
ARGAItET McMULLIN (FOR SOME T I M
1 a dotiM-stic servant In San Francisco) wltl hear
of something to her advuntage by addreesing
J. J. J.. box 71, Call Office.
j TyANTKD-GOOD COOK AND LAUNDRESS
I '» for general housework; references. 1901
| Baker st., cor. Sacramento. -"-'•.
OUSEKKEPER. GERMAN OR SCANDIXA-
vian, at 317 Fifth si. Apply bet. 12 and
4 P. M.
p RL COMPOSITOR WANTED— FEW DAYS
VJT now and then; state experience. Address A. 8.,
box 20, Call. •
A'OUNG GIRL; MUST BE EXPERIENCED
X restaurant waitress. 126 Ninth st. '
GOoT) GIRL FOR GENERAL JIOUSEWORK.
2731 California st.
ISHWASHEJI WANTED AT 1553 MAR-
ket street.
pIiOAK M A ERS WANTED. CALL MONDAY
\J morninj *24fS Sutter St., room 14.
AITRKSSES WANTED; $6 PER WEEK.
"» 240 Sutter.
IRLS TO WORK ON GLOVES. 220 MAR-
r ket st.
CURL, ASSIST HOUSEWORK: 3 IN FAMILY.
* Call bet. 11 and 12 at 620 Hayes st.
Alf.OR-SHOP FOR SALE CHEAP. APPLY
1 603 California St., above Kearny.
W A.NTKD- A'JiAT GIRL AS NURSEMAID
»» mikl to assist with upstairs work. 1602 Fell
St.. near Lott.
PERATORS ON GENTS 1 WHITE SHIRTS:
only first-class bands. 621 Valencia st.
"YTURSEKIRL, TO LIVE HOME. 781 SUT-
-i-> ter, room 112. Call before 12 o'clock.
ALL AT MRS. PARSON'S EMPLOYMENT
office, 1004 Market su
TIriNTED-PUPILR IX MILLINERY: LES-
»» sons in class or j>rivate: evening class; hats
■ trimmed; reasonable. 410 Leavenworth st,
KI.si'ECTABLE WOM AX TO DO LIGHT
XV housework in refined family In exchange for
goo;l home. F. H., box 74, Call Office. •C. . -
ILLINERY — PUPILS PREPARED FOR
spring work: guaranteed; fine opportunity to
; learn a trade; always in demand. LILIA'S, 214
i Post st. . , ; .
! C COMPETENT SHORTHAND-WRITERS SE-
I \J cure positions through AYRES' Stenographic
. Institute, 325 Montgomery st.
H.OME AN D BUBIN BUREAU, 819 MA R-
ket st.: all those seeking employment, both
I professional and domestic, call ■ and register: free.
! <B»7 Pj\ LADIES' TAILOR SUIT; ALL
<jP \ .O\J. shades. N. Y.Suithouse, 1210 M ark et.
OLEASAXT WORK, SALARY AND COMMIS-
X sion to a few energetic women. Room 10, Mao
donough building, Oakland: -■ • ."
WANTED-LIGHT HOUSEWORK IN EX-
• » chanpe for room and board. Gentleman, box
1, Call Office.
W~ ANTED AT" .ONCE —AN ELDERLY
»» woman or girl to assist In light housework at
1912 Lyon st.; very good home: small wages.
WANTED — A BRIGHT ACTIVE WOMAN
» » for responsible work. Address Responsible,
box 2, Call Office. -
GOOD BUSINESS PROPOSITION FOR RE-
llable lady. 131 Post st., room 20. ;
I \Y'E ARE PLACING IX GOOD POSITIONS
»' constantly among the leading firms, com pc- 1
I tent salesladies. If you are in need of a situation
I or desire to make a chance we cau be of assistance
to you. Address room 167, Crocker building. . .
rpHOROUGH BUSINESS WOMAN TO TRAVEL
X good pay: security required. 131 Post St., rm. 20.
•T|BKBBMAKEBB; FIRST-CLASS SKIRT-MAI?
•■rs: none but experienced hands need apply.
BOWHAY, 504 Slitter St. .:, „.._ .
T T NUSUAL OPPORTUNITY FOR A BRIGHT
*~i woman as managing office agent.- Sospita
Company, office 53 .Donohoe building.
lANO LESSONS BY THOROUGHLY
J- schooled artist; lessons 26c. • 617 Jones st.
1? I EXCH ACCORDION PLEATING: TAILOR-
■C made suits; $7; perfect fit. 118 McAllisterst.
KOFESSOR LIVINGSTON'S DRKSSCUT-
tingand maklne school : all branches. 702 Sutter.
RESSMAKKRS, USING THK McDOWELL
world's famous ' system rccomnjended. 213
Powell St.; patterns cut to fit, 20c up.
HELP WANTED—
MOST CONVENIENT AND ■ RESPECTABLE :
MX Winchester House. 44 Third St.. near Market:
200 rooms; 25c to $1 50 per night: $1 £.0 to $6 per
week ; free bus to and from the ferry.
ILLINERY DUNE AT REASONABLE
rates; ladles wanted to learn. 234 Taylor st.
ANY WOMAN WHO WANTS MONEY FOR
herself can easily earn it. Address Ladles'
Home Journal. 78 Coli'mblan bldg., San Francisco.
INCHESTER HOUSE, 44 THIRD. NEAR
»» Market— Electric lights in every room: 200
rooms; 25c to $160 per night; $1. 60 to $8 per
week; free bus to and. from the ferry.
MAIE HELP WANTED.
AUNDRY MAN AN D V WOTB, COITiNTBT
XJ ho.el, $60. C. R. HANSEN >fc CO., 11 1 Geary.
pERMAN COOK. COUNTRY RESTAURANT,
UT $35 to $40. see boss here this morning at 8:30.
C. R. HANSEN <t CO., 110 Geary st.
ROILER, HOTEL, $50; FRENCH OR SWISS
assistant cook, country hotel, $35 ; shampooer
for Turkish baths, $ 40; second cook, country ho-
tel, $30. C. R. HANSKN <fe CO., 110 Geary »t.
X COOKM, $30 TO $85; 2 CAMP COOKS. $50: 3
«-> second cooks. S'M to $40; 2 waiters, $25: butch-
er, $30: 2 dishwashers, $15: cooper for wln'Tv;
porter, $15; 3 farmers, $20; 5 farmers," $20 to $26.
MURRAY & READY, 634 and 636 Clay st.
TF YOU WANT A (TobD SITUATION IN ANY
i- business house in the State in the way of skilled
or clerical work call on the United States Indu«-
-j trial Agency, room 167, Crocker Bulldlnsr. over
tw» hundred firms have indorsed its system of
business and agree to get their help through that
agency. Lucrative positions are being filled daily.
EAR EDITOR— 1 TOOK YOUR ADVICE,
XJ made $4 first dny: $27 iirst week: In 1 month
$117 made plating" watches, jewelry, tableware,
with gold, silver, nickel and white metal; got my
plater of Gray <£ Co., dept. Columbus, Ohio:
they are reliable, do the plating and teach their
agents; others can do the same. J.BERN.
ANTED— MAN AND WIFE TO TAKE
farm in Contra Costa County on shares; 370
I acres, principally dairy aud stock; small vineyard
and orchard, good dwelling, barn, outhouses, farm-
Ing utensils, etc., on the place; must have means
to carry on the work; bond required. Address
Farmer, C. W. 11., box 14, Call Office.
AN WITH EXPERIENCE IN SIGN AND
show-card writing. Apply to-day, 809 Jllsßlon.
iii I RBT-CLASS CORNIC B- IMAKERB AT THE
X! Forderer Cornice Works, 224 Mission.
T EARN A TRAJ r CUSTOM SHIR'I-CUT-
JU tine tanjtht In 6 lessons; terms easy. Address
L. T., box 107, Call Office. _
(^OuK WANTED. GiIRCKE HOTEL. 922
-' Battery st.
A UNFURNISHED ROOKS BY 2 ADULTS:
\t edit of Larkin, north of Howard. Address E.
0.. b«x 4«, Cnll Ufllcs. -
IMRST-CLAR* \VOOD-FINISHER. |FINK [A
J SCHINDLER, 1309 Market st.
A PI»RENTICE T ' ) LE ABN TRADE; MaNU-
J\- facturlcg jeweler. W. A. L. MILLER, 112
Butter st.
STEADY WAITER: MUST BE SOBER AND
industrious. Call 10 a. m., 118 California st.
W ANTED — MAN WILLING TO WORK ;
TT must have $100. 8., box 9, this office.
/CARPENTER TO WORK IN' PARTIAL EX-
\J chanice for room ren;. 922 Post st.
QEAMEN FOR ALL PARTSOF THE WORLD.
O Apply to \V. P. HERMAN, "i2B I'acHic.
ARBERS' PROTECTIVE UNION KMPLOY-
ment secretsr.r. CONRAD TROKLL, 657 Clay.
TNDUSTRIOUS MAN, WITH CASH. CAN
-I- secure ready profitable employment by address-
Ing L., box 90," Call Office. ,
](]A MEN TO GET A SHAVE FOR 6c, OR
Ivu hair cut for 10c, at 14 V 3 Montgomery aye.
Al PER WEEK FOR GOOD BOARD AT 635
<U"> I Clay st. . ,
TV'ANYEb— ACTIVE, RELIABLE, MIDDLE-
" aged man. familiar with orchard work nnil
chicken-raising, to run ranch on shares. Address
A^K., box 112, Call.
GOO D TAILOR WITH $50 AS PARTNER;
good opportunity. Apply 105 Turk st.
AVT ANTED— MEN WHO DO NOT RECEIVE
T T their wages to place accounts with us; law an<l
commercial collection; nocharge unless successful.
KNOX COLLECTION AGENCY. 110 Sutter, r. 4.
WANTED— IB MKN TO TRY OCR SQUARE
TT meals for 10c. 50 Third st.
»9^|| BARB K a-SHOP FOB SALE: FUR-
+jO\J. nlture worth tlie money. 921 Market st.
BABBERS— EMPLOYMENT CALL SEC-
retary Barbers' Association, 325 Grant aye.
S. PUCHS.
ARBER-SHOP FOR SALE: BEST LOCA-
tlon In city: owner going away. Apply Call
Office.
WINCHESTER HOUSE, 44 THIRD ST., NEAR
Market; 200 rooms, 25 cents a night; reading-
room: free bus to and from the ferry.
WANTED— ALL CARPENTERS TO KNOW
TT that there are plenty of carpenters in San
Francisco: all advrrtisements to the contrary
misleading. All help can be supplied by applying
to carpenters' headquarters, 116 Turk sc., or 23
Ninth st. District Council meets at 115 Turk st.
on Wednesday evening. \- .;
THIRST-CLASS LADIES' TAILOR WANTED
J BOWHA V, 604 Sutter st.
L> ARBERS,- FoR -EMPLOYMENT CALL SEC.
XJ Barbers' Assn.. 12 Seventh. H. sell EUNERT.
LEARN A TRADE— SIGN OR PICTORIAL
painting taught for $5: 1000 references. D.
LBVY, 35 Eighth St., San Francisco.
rmiE RAILROAD HOUSE, 633 COMMERCIAL
X st., below Montgomery: sinsle rooms 15c night,
26c lor two; best and cleanest house In town.
EST PLACE IN CITY FOR SECOND-HaND
shoes, 7'J6iv<j opp. Howard-st. Theater, or 129
Sixth st.: mlstit shoes bought or exchitnged.
MEN WANTED TO S LL MANHATTAN
stock Food : it is best. C. KER lELL, S«n Mateo
AMERICAN EXCHANGE HOTEL. 319 SAN-
-t~\. B0m» St.— ReoDened: European plan; light
airy rooms, 2ftc to $1 per day, $1 to $4 per week,
$4 to 15 per month. Housekeeping rooms $4 per
month up.
ME"VS SHOES Va SOLKD 4(>r: LADIES' 36c.
done in 10 minutes. 959 Howard st.
MOZART, 319 ELLIS, BOOMS 25C TO 50C
night, $1 25 to 85 week; read iug rooms.
WHAT CHEER HOUSE, SaTTraMEXTO
TT St.: 100 outside rooms; best spring beds; single
rooms, 20c a day; $1 a week; meals, 10c.
AJE.Vfi SHOES' -SOI.ED, 50c;" HEELS, 25c:
i.»i done in 15 minutes. 635 Kearny St.. basement.
X^REE COFFEE AND BOLLS. 704 SANSOME;
-I single rooms 15c, 20c a nigh:, $1 a week.
IIVE MEN WANTED FOR LIOHT OUT-
J door work: will pay competent person $3 60 a
day. Apply at store, 328 Seventh st. .
"W ANTED— ROOMS, 15c A DAY; $1
TT week: rooms for two, 25c a day, $1 60a week:
rendiuc room- dally papers. 3rt Clay st. ■ \
TRY ACME HOUSE, 957 MARKET ST., BB-
X low Sixth, for a room; 25c a night; $1 a week.
OO I ELLIS, ROHEDALE— ROOMtS iJcTU 60c
*j£> a mirht: $1 to S3 * week: open a.l night.
AA/'ANTKD— LABORER* AND MECHANICS
TT to know that FA Rulkin, Reno House proprie-
tor, still runs Denver House, Ul7 Third it.; 150
large rooms; Sse per night; $1 to $3 per week.
\\T A N T E LI-ME.N TO OET BOTTLE SHARP
TT -jit earn beer, 6c; bottle wine, 6c. 609 Clay st.
A(\(\ MEN'S SECOND-HANDED SHOES.SOME
rx\J\J nearly new, 25c to $1 25. 662 Mission st.
SHOES HALF-SOLED Ln 10 MINUTES:
doie«vhile you wait; at less than half the usual j
price; all repatunn done ■at half price: work guar-
anteed. 662 Mission st.. bet. First st.and Second St..
T INDELL HOUSE, 6TH AND HOWARD—
XJ sinele furnished rooms, 75c week, 15c night.
TnfTMEN TO TAKE LODGING AT 10c, 153
X\J\J and 20c a night, including coffeo and ro.U.
' 624 Washington St., near Kearny. . .
BESTIN CIT7^S [NO r LE~RbOMS7TST2O"^LNn
25 cents per night; 81, $1 26, $1 50 . p««r week.
Ptcilic House .Commercial and Leidesdorff sts.
AGENTS WANTED.
ANTED— GOOD WIDE-AWAKE AGENTS
tt to sell underwear; liberal commission. Ad-
dress C, box 63, Call O«ice. . .
T ADY AND GENTS SOLICITORS; POR-
XJ traits; new; salary and " commission. HOL-
LER, 8 Sixth sts. .
SALESMAN— DRUG TRADE, SIDE LINE OR
Otherwise. J. Knight, 225 State St., Rnclne. Wis<
XPERIENCED MALE SOLICITORS, GEN-
XJ teel appearance, can make $5 per day easy
salary if preferred. 118 Grant aye., room. 7*.
WAKE UP, MALE OR FEMALE; WE HAVE
tt best money-makers on ear:h; write or call;
start a business of your own. ALUMINUM NOV-
ELTY COMPANY, 1508 Markets:.
C~A LIFORNIA MUTUAL BENEFIT SOCIETY
\J wants itood -agents to work its accident and
sick insurance; liberal Inducements offered. J.
v\ ■ H ANNA. Secretary, Murphy building.
PARTNERS WANTED. ~ ~~~
OWING TO FAILING HEALTH AND. AD-
vy vanced years, the subscriber. desires to take in
a partner In a well and long established genrral
D.ocksmith and horseshoeing business; none but a
steady and competent workman need apply; easy
terms. For particulars address 1223 Franklin st.
Oakland. T.H.ALLEN. ~ ■ '
_^^_ FURNITURE WANTKD...
HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR FURNITURE
XX carpets, stoves. BROWNE, 103 9th; postal!
LWAYS BEFORE SELLING SEE H j"
LEUTHOLTZ. 821 Mission, bet. 4th and sth. '
A MERICAN FURNITURE COMPANY WILL
■*• Pay you the highest cash price for your furni-
ture, carpets, etc. 1129 and 1131 Market. "*•
A IONEER J. C. MUTHER, 719 MARKET
St., pays highest cash prices for furniture.
H KRASKV CARPETS, PICTURES."
«rr^«l O i dlnK ' lron bedB - »«rnlture; low prices: Cat
stepladder manufactd for the tmde. 779 Mission.
Cjt^ n AID *X>R FURNITURE AND JlEfr
V ■■ chandlse. H. BURP. Auctlonfter.lU Fulton/
BOARDING WANTED.
D E ' £R E D B ARD AND ROOMS: WESTERN
mini. i5!l ; Pacific Heiglus- preferred; young
couple. Address R 8.. box 30, t!all. ; . ; .■•■ ■".
W A . I |: TE1 '-TABLE BOARD FOR FAMILY
QR. H «n«° F^ ,? nd Stelner sts. Address
v. R. H., 1806 a O'Farrell at.
ROOMS WANTED.
Ty ANTED— SUNNY ROOM WITH BOARD IN
'» private family where there are no children or
noisy neighbors; work nlshts and must sleep days;
willing to -pay a good, price. Address Reporter,
box 91. Call Offlce.
W ANTED— PLEASANT LIVING-ROOM, BY
: »» workingman: have piano. Address E., box 9,
Call OlHce.
I WANTED-CHEAP UNFURNISHED ROOM
' ' near here. Address One, box 31. Call.
i «— — — —
' -^^^'jl WANTED.
! WANTED - 2-STORY U«VUKNI -> it v )
"liouse; 8 to 10 rooms; for 2 families; no cLll-
. dren. Address Houie. box SO, Call Office.
WANTiiU— ana OELLAWICOPB.
0 ECO X]>-U AN© S-PEDAL PIANO ON rN-
<J. stallnitius wanted; state terms. H., 1411
Larkin st.
i GOOD SECOND-HAND SAILBOAT,' ABOUT
' 20 feet long. Address G. L. W., P. Q. box 1860.
ECOND-UAND LAWBiOKS WANTED: A
complete set of works suitable for the Sup:*, me
Court course of study; must be In good cond.iion
• and cheap; name ech volume with price. Gradu-
; ate, box 114, Call Oflice. ...-*.'..
j WANTED-AN Bxlo PORTRAIT CAMERA
»' and staud. Adiress, with price and make,
Cash, box 10. this office.
: OKLL YOUR BOOKS AND CLOTHING TO A.
. *J KLEIN. 109 Sixth St.; send postal.
SH . J C A SES, SCALES, TOOL-!. COUNTERS,
ahelviiiir. ftc. S<»nd pontal. UIT Market st.
I LOSX.
. rTiREYHOUNIJ plFp^^ONE^'blue^EAß
• VX and one blue eye; reward. 105 First or 1311
: Steiner.
OST— BETWEEN ALAMEDA MOLE AND
San Francisco, October 23, one railroad pass in
; name of Mrs. C. L. Crabtree and daughter. Finder
1 return to 616 Fifteenth st., Oakland, and receive
. reward.
OST-IN THE VICINITY OF BALDWIN HO-
tel a fur boa. Please return to 213 Battery st. ;
receive reward.
i ] OST— PASSBOOK WITH, THE HIBERNIA
1U Sayings and Loan Society of San Francisco in
: the MSM of PATRICK RYAN. No. 1781168.
I Ihe hnder will please return to bank.
1 1 CALL CARRIER'S COLLECT
XJ book. r»d cover, on Sin Bruno road. Fri'lay
i last. Finder pleas* return to owner, 435 Nine-
teenth st. ; reward.
LOSi OR STOLEN— IRISH SETTER BITCIf.
__Rtturn to 1920 Fillajore st.; rewnrd.
T OST-Fux -1 ERRIER BITCH: 1 YEAR OLD;
XJ all white except top of head and around one
eye, which is black; unswnra to the name of Chlp-
lJir. A reward of 10 will br paid for her return 10
' the oftice of Pacific -Rolling-mills, Potrero.
]O - f — YELLOW GREYHOUND DOG,
, J-i white ring around neck. Return to Riellv's
1 saloon, corner Twenty-fifth and Valencia sts.: re-
ward.
' I OsT— A PASSBOOK WITH THE HIBERNIA
. - lJ Savings and Loan Society of >an Francisco, in
the name of SOLOMON DIAMOND, No. 1991-445.
The finder will please return to bank.
1 OST—A PASSBOOK W.Tli IHE HIBERNIA
XJ Savliu'R and Lean Society of San Francisco, in
the nnme of JOSEPH ROBKRT BLEILY, No.
1881198. '1 he finder will please return to bank.
GOLD GLOVE-BUTTONER, OCTOBEB 14.
Return to 427 Valencia st. ; receive reward.
T 08T— PUG PUP. REWARD ON RETURN TO
Xj 1016 Maaun st. M
PIANOS. ViOIJ.NS, ETC.
AN IMMENSE STOCK^ O N^S~TO~Tk'-
xV rive soou and we must have space: we shall
close out several elegaut instrument!!, standard
makes, at much less than they are worth to make
immediate sales; second-hand Hardman, $295 •
bteiuway, $200: Fischer. $160: Stedman, $150
etc.: pianos from $41 up. THE J. DEWING
COMPANY, warerooms second floor Flood build-
ing, Fourth and .Market sts.
TMPERATIVB SALE-FINE STEINWAY,
X $200. Bee Immediately, rm. 21, SO9 Market st.
TTHBCJHER PRIGHT, FINE ORDER: PARTY
-L must sell now. rtoum 10. Flood building.
UJBAUTIFUL LABIS UPRIGHT TO BE BOLD
XJ this week at your own price. Room 21, Flood
building.
ASONAHAMLIN ORGAN; SACRIFICED'
12 stops: perfect order. 1019 Van Ness aye.
"VriCli SQUARE PIANO, $40; ORDERED SOLD
-l-> at once. 'Room 12, 809 Market st.
pHEAP— » PIANOS: 1 SQUAReTaND 1 UP-
V-' right. Address A., box 2. this olHce.
»_> Ui'KlUH'l'o SAOKIKICED — STEIN WAY,
O Schubert and Decker Bros. 1019 Van Ness aye.
p ENTLEMAN WISHES. TO RENT PIANO,
VJ nottoex«ed $2 per month. Address E., box
61, Call OmceT
WE BXry FOB CASH IN LARGE QUANTI"
* • ties; low expenses and low prices. BOWERS
<fc SON, M<'!roi>olitan Temple, Fifth st. ■
T $3 75 PER MONTH: BUY OR RENT NEW
uprights. HEINE, 410 Post st.
ANUFACTLRERS OKGUiTARS, VIOLINS,
-I*l mandolins, zithers, lutea, etc. 217 Ellis st. !
WI 'ARE NOW SOLE AGENTS FOR THE
celebrated Knabe Piano: new styles just re-
celred. BJCNJ. CURTAZ <fe SON. 16 O'Farrell st.
STEINWAY, $300; WEBEB, SOHMER,
$250; Kmtrroii, $226. BRUENN'S, 228 Post,
r'PRIGHT PIANOS FROM" $100 up. hor-
U NUNG'S, leading piano-house, 216 Post st.
IT'INE WEBER UPRIGHT, AT a GREAT SAC-
; -T ritice. HEINE. 410 Post.
HEMME «fc LONG PIANO CO. HAVE RE-
mored to 735 Market st.
pELEBRA'fED BUSH A GERTS PIANOS;
1 \J tone unsurpassed; cases unique. A. L. BAN-
I CROFT & CO., 324 Post si.
SIT RIOR V IOL T V, 1 Til ERS, OLD& NEW
O H. MCLLER, maker, rp])HiriT, 2 Latham place.
EMOVED— F. W. SPENCER CO. TO 338
Post I St., near Powell, sole acents Conover,
Colby and Spencer pianos. 3SB Post st.
\yir. G. BADGKR WITH KOHLER & CHASE,
»T '.'6, 28 and 30 O'Farrell st.
OPEN FOR BUSINESS.
The finest line of new pianos for rent and sale
in San Francisco. ■ J. HARRY SCOTT,
929 Market st., Spreckels building.
EASY TERItS: LOW PRICES. KOHLER '<fe
CHASE. - l ■ '--..-, ':^'.~ : /^-...- '',: :':.■-- "fi
A BETTER AND EASIER PLAN TO BUY A
good plaao by renting. Be careful to go to
KOHLER * CHASE'S, 28 and 30 O'Farrell st.
DECKER BROS.. STEINWAY, FISCHER AND
other first-class makes of pianos: little used;
cheap for cash or on easy 1 terms. KOHLER <fc
CHASE "-8 and 30 O'Farrtll st. .
ARGAIN IN HIGH-GRADE PIANOS: EASY
payments. SCHMITZ & CO., 935 Market st.
AN ELEGANT DISPLAY OF MANDOLINS,
guitars and banjos at MaUVaIS'. 769 Market.
YRON MAUZY, 305 POST ST.— SOHMER,
Newljy «t Evans. Brings and other pianos.
I STECK. CHICKERING <fc SONS.. VOSE AND
I O Sterling pianos sold on $10 Install ments. BENJ.
CURTAZ <fc SON, »ote agents. 16-20 O'Farrell St.
HOESIS.
A A HORSES . FOR SALE; ALSO WAOOX.-J
Ttv buggies, carts, harness; Grand Arcade. Horsu
Market, 327 Sixth St.; auction sales every Wednes-
| riay. SULLIVAN <jfc DOYLE, Auctioneers.
"I 00 SETS SECOND-HAND HARNESS; ALL
-I.W/ kinds: second-hand wagons, buggy, can*;
also 20 chean hor^'-D. Fifteent'.i nnd ValHnciinti.
■ ,WAGONs r AXD UAUBXAOKB.
OR~S A-"finF TOP^VUGGyTnE ARLY
new. 'Apply Nevada Stables.:-- *
y ENGINE n FOR! SALE]
O/ j-H O RS E P( > W^CnPOR^A^uiE^E^GIN^ON
£j\J rock crusher: 25;3,'4. 6, G horsepower
engine and boiler. V J.^T., box 71, Call Oflice.
CjOKfi ? NEW STEAM: PUMPING ENGINE;
<t\p-^O\J.- capacity 8000. Rallons-per hour. Per-
kins and Engine Co., 117 Main St.. S.F.
FOR SAIE-MISOELtANhOUS.
FOR SALE--FINEaT.'BRED WATER
X spaniels on the coa<t;, ; .lris!i Duke, dani Brldfet
O'Donoghue, sire Pat, Ahelned September 25, 1893-
-also Handy Andy,' 1 flam Duchess of Connaucht
sire Champion ShansSiran: bred by George Miller
of Edinburgh, Wil6s;iprlce' $125 each. JOHN
H. SAM 114 Saqfrftmento stT
pURE-BLOODED^SQUIMAU DOG, 1 YEAR"
X old, In splendid health. M. p., 11 Van Ness aye.
LEGANT. SOLID WALNUT FoLiiUNG-BED.
sideboard style. Address F. 8., box 14, Call.
n OOD BUILDING SAND; HANDY; CHEAP.
VJr 214 Langton st. ;
C» If> GOOD AS NEW; DOMESTIC SEWING-
tfI) Iu. machine. 1915 Mission, bet. 15th <fc 16th.
1 000 000 BRICKS "AND LUMBER AT
J..UUV.UUU Eighth ana Harrison.
"9 FRESH HOLSTEIN COWS FOR SALE. 637V 2
■<£ Wolf st., Bernal Heights. ■ ; . -,':
ARGAINS IX ALL OF OUR ' DEPART-
ments: baby-carriuges, rockers, cribs, ■ stools,
easy chairs, music-stands, I etc., -at our factory.
CALIFORNIA RATTAN CO., 65 to 61 First St.
GTAS ENGINE; 6-HORSE POWER;. AT
« your own price. 820 Kearny st.
JUST FORFEITED 2 UPRIGHT PIANOS. 1
fine guitar, 6 gents' and 8 ladies' ■ fine gold
watches., and 4 pairs of diamond earrini's, all tor
Vjs original cost. UNCLE HARRIS, 15 Grant aye.
ALL MAKES OF TYPEWRITERS BOUGHT
and sold. S. F. Typewriter Ex., 310 California.
"ICTOR PNKUMATIC SAFETY; GOOD CON-
V condition; only $30. 328 McAllister st.
NE SMALL MEDIUM AND LARGE SIZE
j fire and burglar proof safe. 221, 223 Market st.
LL TYPE WB IT BBS RENTED, •-.-- -■■-■ ...
including Smith Premier. . . ■: -.: '
LEO. E. ALEXANDER <fc BRO., sole agents.,
, ; 218 Sansome St.. S. F..- . .--'=.••;;•
, "VT ATION A L CASH , REGISTER, SAFE,
J.l scale, letter-press, desk; cheap. 102 Clay st.
ATEW RANGES cheaper than SECOND-
1> hand. ;W. S. BAY Mig Co., 12 California st. :
C 1 O TER S, SHELVING, SHOWCASES
) bought and«old 112 ly a Market beL 7th and a: a
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COIJNTKY KEAL ESTATK.
T?DWrN K. ALSIP <fe CO.
REAL ESTATE DEALERS,
COUNTRY REAL ESTATE A SPECIALTY,
We have sold and exchanged' properties 1 during
hard limes. Why? Because we have a long list
of the best-proper:ies in the state at the lowest
prices, and parties wishing country lands find ex-
actly what they want.
No. 1111— Price reduced to $3800: 41 acres:
1 a splendid . piece of property, which would make
fine roadside house: 12 acres orchard, 2 acres in
vineyard: large hous? of 9 rooms: gooa barn;
fenced with wire-fence; 2 horses, 1 cow, wagon,
baggy. chicken?, hogs and all farming utensils;
this is a nice little place and needs to be seen to be
appreciated; only 3 miles from Napa City. .
aJtßfinn 1082-18 ACRES OF THE 'bkst
<P«J»'UU. of:rult mil vegetable land: located
lVs miles from Haywards, Alameda County; 9
acres in orchard, 2 acres in grnpes, 1 acre in ber-
ries: all in bearing: home of 5 rooms, with cellar,
barn, chicken-houses, etc.; includes liorse, cow,
chickens, wagon aud all farming implements.
FOR SALE TO CLOSE PARTNFRSHIP-A
1 very desirable piece of business property that
pays 6 per cent net on ij<!JO,OUO; parties will take
$50,000 worth of country property as part pay-
ment. f : ;.';t'
We have several pieces of Oakland and San
Francisco properties in exchange for desirable
ranches.
EDWIN K. ALSIP & CO.,
No. 9 Rotunda, Mills Bnlldlng.
"VT APA COUNTY RAN ill. ~~ "
-L> Consisting of 209 acres In vines. 2 acres in
assorted fruits, balance grain and pasture land-
house of 5 rooms, completely furnished; large stone
dairy cellar; 2 good barns; plenty of water for irri-
catiou; trout stream runs through the property.
Full particulars of
WILL E. FISHER <fc CO., 14 Post st.
A FINE PROFITABLE FRUIT RANCH OP
20 acres, near Santa Cruz; house 7 rooms, barn
and large cnicken yards; will exchange for San
Francisco or Oakland income property. P. li
JORDAN <fc CO., 18 Post St., S. F.
"1 ACRES OF FINE FRUIT LAND, WITH
lUu improvements, for $650. P. E. LAMAR,
313 Montgomery st. .
H" EADQUARTERS FOR
CALIFORNIA LANDS.
OFFICE OF THOMAS McMAnON,
628 Market Street.
GREAT BARGAINS! GREAT BARGAINS!
GREAT BARGAINS!
Colony tracts; improved larms, small and large.
Speculations in land and -water, large and small.
Grazing and dairy fai-ns of all sizes and prices.
Choic bargains in Aiameda, Santa Clara. Santa
Cruz, Monterey, San Benilo, Contra Costa. Marin,
Sonoma, Napa and Glenn counties, as well as Other
sections. Numerous choice properties for ex-
change. THOMAS McMAHON,
628 Market st.
rTIHE BEAUTIFUL STANTON TRACT.
Containing 500 acres, has been subdivided into
villa lots oi from three to twenty acres, and is now
bfing placed on the market.
Tnls tract is located near Haywards, close to
Haywards Electric Road. Quick and cheap trans-
portation between San Francisco and the property.
A rich loam soil, great fruit land, will produce
any kind of vegetables: plenty of water: lovely
location for a suburban home. The cheapest and
best land ever offered in that locality. Prices
range from $150 per acre upward. Adjoining
lands sell tor $600 to $1000 per acre.
Call and see me quick, mid get your choice of
location. f. J. SULLIVAN,
Boom 88 Chronicle Building,
San Francisco.
"1 On ACRES; ALL LEVEL, RICH BOTTOM
XiJ\J land; 70 acres in full-bearing orchard, npri-
cnts, prunes and pears: will be sold as a. whole or
part at a surprising bargain. Apply SPECK &
CO.. 602 Market st.
TjM>R SALE — FINE HEALTHY LITTLE
X home iv Sonoma County; 25 acres: good house
of 6 rooms; good barn and fruit-dryer; l> acres in
apples and prunes; plenty spring water and fire-
wood; balance of land for grain and pasture; roll-
ing land: black sandy loam; finest little home on
lb« market; cood reason for selling; $2500: half
cash and half low mortgage of 5 years. See owner,
F. K. 8., 5tSO Howard st.
OR SALE OR EXCHANGE — 20-ACRE
farm, 4- room house, near Watson ville; price
$3000. Address I. D.. box 16, Call I HBce.
rpo LKT ON SHARES OR FOR SALE. 120
X acres No. 1 alfalfa, with w»uer rights. Address
W. R., box 115. Call OHice.
"VJ"APA VINEYARD FOR SALE, COMPRISING
J-i 166 acres: facilities for wine-making, horses,
cattle, etc. Further particulars apply J. F.
MAYER, 132 Eleventh St., S. F.
ffl; X PER ACHE— NICE HANCHES; TERMS
<T> O to suit. Call bet. 12 and 3p. m.. P. E. LA-
MAR, 313 Montgomery st.
rpO RENT— TO 10 ACKE CHICKEN RANCH,
-I- with house, below the city. Address MRS.
KAISER, 1122 Kearny st.
UST BE SOLD— ONE OF THE BEST LO-
cated 160-acre ranches In Lake County: 14
mil* from Clear Lake, with plenty running water:
100 acres improved: 5- room house: plenty timber:
$2500; time to suit on payments. W. L. FOSTER,
Kelseyvillp, Lake County, Cal. ~ '
TO 8 ACRE CHICKEN HANCHES ON 10
tt years' credit. D. H. TWTNG. Sonoma City.Cai.
B IGU2ST BARGAIN YET; READ THIS.
359 acres, 3 miles from railroad town: Ala-
meda County: 36 miles from this city; several
trains dally; this is a fine body of rich land: no
brush or waste; all under good fences: finesprinKs;
fronts on county road: ordinary house and barns;
$25 per acre buys It: don't miss this great oppor-
tunity, and, as an investment, you can double your
money in a short time. ALBERT E. CRANE, 410
Montgomery st. ":i/{i'
F~ O~R~SALE-$750; CHICKEN RANCH : COM-
pletely equipped; low rent: making money;
Frultrale. Full particulars BKNEPICT & CO.,
457 Mnth St., Oakland. '
SEND FOR OUR LIST OF ORCHARD HOMES
sale. WOOSTKR <fc WHITTON, San Jose.
OA ACKESSSOO, 40 ACRES S6IOOO— NOTHING
J-*yj down and no payments for 10 years; interest
only b per cent per annum: immediate possession
given: this land will be worth $100 per ncre long
before yon have to pay $1 on it: only 14 miles
from Fresno: 6 milea from 2 lines of railroad and
2 railroad towns; is perfectly level : not over 15
feet towatrr; a competing railroad develops the
country and those who are bright enough to Invest
on the line of it make fortunes: one is about being
constructed through the San Jo&auin Valley, the
greatest fruit, raistu and alfalfa region in the world:
call or write immediately, as this will all be picked
up soon and you will never get it chance like this.
WESTERN LAND COMPANY, 640 Market - .st.
If SPARTO TOWN AND COLONY: only 3 or
J 4 hours from the bay: the most equable climate
of Central California, and the neighborhood of the
next great development of electric power; equal to
Folsom; a part of the "Rancho Canada de Capay
Grant"; unquestionably the earliest and fines'c
fruit oelt on the coast and superior to any for di-
Tersitied farming: about 600 acres, in "20-acre
farms, surrounding the town: town already con-
tains large brick blocks, a fine hotel, a tine high-
school bonding, water works, artesian, pure and
soft; desired a purchaser or purchasers to take the
whole interest of present owners in the colony lots
and town property, in lump or otherwise, at shock-
ingly low figures: it won't cost much to examine;
Is an irrigation canal on the land. Apply to GEO
D._KLskk A. CO., Woodland, Cal.
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T "OA.NS ON REAL ESTATE IST AND 2ND
XJ mortgages, undivided Interests, and on furniture
or pianos, without removal, in San Francisco. Oak-
land, Berkeley or Alameda: any amount: lowest
rates; all business confidential : savings bank books
bought. Call or write to BECKER.24O Montgomery.
ANY AMOUNT OF MONEY ON WATCHES.
XX diamonds, jewelry, sealskins, pianos, all valu-
ables and securities: private office; business con-
fidential. Columbia .Loan und Collateral Office
(Incorporated), 9 Grant aye., 3 doors from Market
TUONEY LOANEIS ON JEWELRY AND
i 1 n«°M he^ valuaDles at the Security Loan Office,
1 106 Market st.,nr. Mason : private entrance 7 Turk.
BORROW MONEY ON YOUR DIAMONDS,'
jeweiry, furniture and pianos without removal :
lowest rates. Call or write to HARRY ANKEL *
CO., Mills bldg. sth floor, r 6; strictly confidential
vi ONEY LOANED, 6y 3 PER CENT: ANY
al \ amount, on mortgages. A. F.JOHNS & CO.,
632 Market st.
ANY AMOUNT: IST. 2D OR 3D MORTGAGES:
estates, undivided interests, real estate in pro-
bate. McCOLGAN, 24 Montgomery, rooms 2-3.
A NY SUM OF MONEY ON WATCHES^IHA-
jri. monds, jewelry, sealskins; highest price paid
for old gold, silver: business strictly privtte: pos-
tal orders attended to. Western Loan Office, 7 4th.
STRICTLY PRIVATE LOAN OFFICES. 850
Market, cor.Stockton, rms. 17 and 18,nrst floor:
established ao years: always open. "Uncle Bill."
ANY SOM: flrsT OR second "~m7irt>
-£V gages, estates: no delay. MURPHY, 628 Mkt.
PL A TO 60 CENTS PER MONTH FOR EACH
O\J *100, according to security: any sum; also
second mortgages. J. O. R., box*B7, Call.
LOANS • ON "FURNITURE ~AND PIANOS
without removal. In city and Oakland; low In-
terest; dealings strictly private. - 215 Powell st.
N ANY SECURITY, AT LOW RATES;
dealings confidential. ■ 43 Crocker building.
FINANCIAL. i
fflPfTinn G^D^FXuTuTY GIVEN. for
tD-LUUV. full particulars call at 113 Oak st.
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 si.
SEWING MACHINES.
EWING MACHINES, ALL KINDS SECOND
hand in good working order from $5 upward:
machine* rented $1 50 and $2 per month. , 1368
Marketst. ■ . '
ENTEDSI6O MONTHLY: SECOND-HAND
machines from $3 upward; Domestic, New
Home, White, Singer at half-price. 145 Sixth st.
ALL KINDS SEWING-MACHINES BOUGHT
sold, rented, exchanged and repaired: lowest
rates. 205 Fourth f.:., r.ear Howard. . ■ . -
TYPEWRITERS AND SUPPLIES.
TNVINiCIBLE KIBBONS AND cXIIBONS
X are absolutely guaranteed. . United . Typewriter j
and Supplies Co., 413 Montgomery at.
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' COIjNTUV KEAL ESTATE.
/-yFARRELL & CO. ''''"" ~
DAVID BUSH, COUNTRY DEPARTMENT.
11 MONTGOMERY ST.
? <Jsl lOT 1 30x140. AT ELJIHURSTt
t *]p LU\J*.r. electric cars (Oakland and San Lean-
-1 dro) every half hour; all set out In full bearir/^ih
orchard ot apricots, pears, otc. ; 600 strawberr?
plants; city water: nicely fenced; 5 chicken-honsea
with chicken-yards: good house of 3 rooms; barn*
: 10'J young laying hens, 1 milch cows, 1 horse an
? spring wagon; aprofltnbie mtit, poultry and vege-
» table place with a good run of custom; easy terms.
• (gnrA LOT 60x180, ON EAST BOSTON AYE.
I tJpcV'i". Fruitvaie, near Hermitage; electrio
J cars: boon 25x14: good yard wlthchicken-housf:s;
nicely fenced; flower garden: city water; a bargain.
i <27^n PER ACRE— ACRES ON SAN LX-
) tjJM O\J audro road, between the electric aud ,
. steam car road; rented for JJ2O casii per annum.
' <E.Qfififl 100 ACRES RICH LOAM SOIL
' 'irOv'U"'. watered county road; 8 milea frora
Santa Cruz and 4 miles irom Capitola depot: 15
acres is Zinfandi 1 Wine grapes, 8 acres In orchard
• of cots. < runes, c.c., balance good hay and pas-
'. ture land with oak and redwood timber; 8 livtog
'. springs; trout s .rean.s: loo: nous* of > roomx;
hot ttnd cold water; large barn and outbouses;, •
biacksmitb-shop and workshop; all necessary
i all necessary farming implements; w|U exchange;
■ a great bargain.
EC ACRES IV4, MILES FROM LOSGATOS: 25
k)O acres planted in orchard vineyarl. prune,
olive, cbestnoi and walnut trees, figs aud about 10 '
acres or grapes; balance hay and pasture land;
nicely wooded; Rood house, barn an! outbuild-
ings: a beautiful and profitable place; price
; $12,000. on easy terms, or will exchange. -
©OXfiA 40ACRKS3MILE.SFBOM SEI.MA,
»JUU. Fresno County: on county road; 10>
acres In vineyard; good alfalfa land, with privilege
. ot irrigating ditch, If required; will exchange.
i CM 7 PER ACRE; ABOUT 700 ACRES 8
i *IP -L I miles NE. of Petaluma: 40 acres plateau
. land; 300 acres can be cultivated; 100 acres level;
80 acres In resl3tant vineyard; family orchard,
: both in bearing; balance good pasture land with.
plenty or wood and water; good house, large barn,
' dalrr-bouse, stable and other outbuildings; all
. fenced and cross-fenced ; water from living sprint;
piped to house and barn; now rented for a casli
, rental of $SOO per annum; tn is a fine dairy and
siook farm, and is the cheapest property in Sonoma
County; easy terms.
! ©OHAfj WILL BUY 77 ACRES iy MILEB
Kf\J\l\J from the railroad station at Yount-
viile, Napa County: -0 acres in cultivation In
oroh rdand vineyard, balance handsomely wooded
pus; ure land; house, barn, chicken-houses: fenc.^ .
and cross-fenced: a beautiful place aud a bargaiS,'
will exchange.
' ®7XnA 51 ACRES 2 MILES FROM SANTA
•J| I tJ\J\J. Rosa on county road to Sonoma; 8
seres of wine grapes; large family orchard; good
improvements: windwill and tank; creek passes
throuah It: balance farming land that is as good
iruit luna as there is In Sonoma County; easy
terms, or will exchange.
' Ch^Jin 20 ACRES ABOUT iy a MILE 9
*ipU*J\>\J. from railroad depot and steamer land-
, ing at Martin-'z: 1400 apricots. i:00 j.. aches, 100
. pears, 100 cherries, 100 Tragedy prunes, all in bear-
ing; cottage ot 6 rooms, barn and outbuildings; a,
; great bargain.
OOX ACRES FOR RENT B MILES SE. OP
; uu Livermore: aboni 150 acres in wheat: 60
, acres now lo summer fallow; all fenced and cross-
fenced: about 3Uoucr^s cultivable; 2 farmhouses,
, barn, granary, blacksmith-shop, milkhouse and
carriage-house: windmills and tank and running
water; rent S6OO per annum, halt cash, with option
to purchase at §40 per acre any lime within ona
year: will give li-as»: stock and tools at a valuation.
940 ACUES NEAR THE ABOVE; HOTJBS,
, sJ-txr uarn and improvements; all good cultiva-
ble land; rent $400; half cash.
PvO7 ACRES AT BAY 1 OINT STATION,
*J*J I aho:t A miles from Martinez, Contra Cosia
County; 200 acres dry tule, balance level and roll-
Ing land ; railroad passes through the place: fenced
and CrOSS-fenced; house, barn and Improvements:
over 180 acxer now in summer tallow; fine grain,
stock and hog ranch; terms $800 per year; half in
advance.
Send for list of exchanges. We have some bar-
gains.
STOCKTON ADVERTISEMENTS
STOCKTON IEKAL ESTATE.
WATER FRONT.
»» ATKi; FROXT.
WA'I ER BONT.
Water front is th<> central Idea in summing up
Stockton's iuture as a treat city, and the beai w
the water front has to offer, all things considered W
is the
TERMINAL TRACT,
Opposite depots of the new San Joaquin Valley
and CorrrJ Hollow railroads, and adjoining the
terminus of ana fronting on the Stockton and Lodl
railroad. • . . . -
, LOTS FOR SPKCULATION.
GOOD TO HOLD ON TO.
CAN'T <io LOWER.
MUST GO HIGHER.
MENDELL. WELCKER. Owner and Agent
Mi.'ls building, second floor, San Francisco.
DR. OLIVER, "~
REAL ESTATE DEALER,
51 East Main st.. Stockton.
Owner of East Stockton atid Brown's Additions-
lots in these and other additions at $5 a month-
no Interest and no taxes: largest list of inside prop-
• erty of any dealer In Stockton: quick sales and
small profits is tbe motto of this office.
EBCALON HAS BEEN SELECTED BY THE
directors of the S. F. and S. J. v. R. R Co
(Valley road) for the principal station In the south-
eastern part of San Joaquin County and is destined
to become at once the most important of all the
stations on the line of the railroad on account of
the vast bodies of rich, alluvial loam lauds sur-
rounding the town, every acre of which will be
sold with a perpetual water right.
Take some of your money out of the 4-per-cent
savings bank and invest in this coming center of
southeastern San Joaquin County.
For maps, descriptive matter, etc., address E E
HARLOWE CO., 430 East Main st., Stockton.
California. .
SANTA CLARA COUNTY.
REAL ESTATE.
IF YOU WANT A BARGAIN, LOOK AT
THESE:
<2>QOO ONLY F OR 5 ACRES PRUNES AND
tiPUV/V/ cherries: near Campbell. 1068
©I fi(\ AN ACRE-ORCnARD LAND FOR
VP-*-\j\J plant. good ioc.tlon, near Eden-
vale - 1057
< 3i9fin AN ACRE— ACRES ORCHARD
«tP^«W/ and vineyard, inostiv bearing, with good
house, barn, well, winumlll and tank. 1072
OTHERS ON OUR LIST NO ONE CAN EQUAL.
W. G. HAWLEY <fe CO.. 17 South Flr«t St..
* San Josa, Cal.
FINE PROPERTY ~*
FOR SALE AT LOW PRICES. <^
JAMES A. CLAYTON & CO.. * *
LAND AGENTS, SAN JOSE.
"PROFITABLE ORCHARD ADJOINING THE
J- city of San Jose; 40 acres; soil 20 feet; 10 acres
prunes, this year's crcp sold for $2500; 10 acres
peaches, this year's crop was heavy, 45 tons from
3 3-7 acres, trees 30 feet apart; 10" acres tine apri-
cot orchard that yield heavy; balance in cherry
trees; price $32,500.
1 A] ACRES VALLEY LAND SOUTH OF SAN
X.VJ i Jo*e;-good land; orchards adjoining; house
5 rooms, barns, etc. ; scattering oak trees: there Is
an orchard of about 12 acres In bearing: this prop-
t rty Is finely located; convenient to railroad sta-
tion and school: price $125 per acre: no objection
to taking San Francisco property In trade if same
is roved and unincumbered.
ACRES IN FOOTHILLS, NEAR CON-
JLUU press Springs: 13 miles from San Jo3e; 100
acres nearly level; about 12 acres fruit trees, apri-
cots and primes, 1 and 4 years ola : about 20 acres
grapes; the soil is good;' small house and barn; ».J'.".
good springs; this property belongs to savings
bank: anxious to sell; will give 6 years' time, easy
payments and reauced price; s?4')00.
r ACRES. ADJOINING THE CITY OF SAX
i) Jose: frontage on 3 roads: house 5 rooms, barn,
etc.: flowing well: choice land: $4000.
Q ACRES 3 MILES FROM SAN JOSE: LEVEL
O land; one-quarter mile from car line; $150 per
acre.
1 £.* ACRFS LEVEL LAND. 8 MIL.ES FROM
XOs San Jose; cheap: terms hall cash; $1675.
5 ACRKS ON McLACIGHLIN AYE., NEAR
O the city: *1i:75.
£Q;r ACRKS. 5 MILES FROM MILPITAS, 12
UOt) miles from San Jose: hill laud: 300 acres
cultivated for h.iy arid ' grain. 14 acres old orchard ;
ranch is well watered; large springs: house 8
rooms; lar*e barn: price $:: j per acre.
l¥| ACRES ORCHARD IN FULL BEARING;
~-\J prunes 18 acres, apricots 2 acres: near the
city; ,f 11,000.
ORCHARDS NEAR SAN JOSE ARE THE
most productive Id the State.
.ACRE IMl'llOVKI), NKAR SAN JO-K;
,J- convenien: to electric car line; house 6 rooms'
good well: $1700.
V\TE HAVE THE FINEST . ROADS AND
TT schools; Santa Clara Vulley Is the pluc« to live.
JAMES A. CLAYTON «fc CO., Land Agents,
Established over 25 years,
- 16 West Santa Clara St., San Jose.
OANTA CLARA VALLEY LANDS.
19,000 acres in subdivisions for fruit planting.
Apply to c. 11. PHILLIPS, proprietor.
. 32 East Snnta Clara st., San Jose. Cal.
ffl» 19AQ PKK ACRE Has BKKR TUB A VKR-" \
O— "cc annual income from. a 10-year-old W>
prune orchard In Santa Clara County forth* *
past 4 years: we are offering 20 to 40 ccreVj
just like it, only 4 years younger, at 'only
. . SJ-.5 per acre; we challenge the buslnesa
wor to show anything as good ; when /ou
see it over our name it's so. u « " ueo J«"
BLANEY & COOPER,
ban Jose, Cal.

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