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I* P Walter, NY F Werthelmer, Berlin
W Wertheimer. Berlin R N Howk, Oakland
T V Eaten, Stanford R M Tobin. Burlingame
J J Price A w, N V J V Caldwell & w, N V
s E Bollard, Boston Miss M L Billiard, Boston
T G Bullard, Boston Miss X T Bullard, Boston
W Wilson, Yokohama N Sinclair, Shanghai
M Marraus, Yokohama <> A Poole, Yokohama
.1 II Moore, Bnrmah G L Baker. Chicago
J5 J Dlefendorf, N V •' W Oliver, Rochester
J B Farnsb, Denver G W Koenig. Boston
D Wiliams & w, DBS G Lippman, N V
J B Pioda, Wash, DC E Girard, Paris
T W lackland, Stockton Dr H L Pace, Tuiare
<; W Cook. Boston H V Cook, Boston
L B Erwin * w, Bedford O H P Noyes, Yokohama
C 11 Band, Manila 8 M Mears, Portland
W X Robinson, Minn E C Potter, Buffalo
W M Field, san Jose -Miss M Baldwin. s n Cruz
J Simpson &w, N V « H Rlpley. Burlingame
E F Pratt, Calistopra F santiiord, Orangevale
I' Flaherty Sacto F J Brandon, San Jose
G S Nash, llolllster E R Whirtby, Suisun
J A GUI, Sacto Mrs E R Whirtby.sulsnn
jiM Allery. Coln.«a Mrs W Snowden. Minn
.1 Gllchrist. Australia H M Whe.'ler, Los Atig
Misses Snowden, Minn A P Stanton. Walnut 11 ts
M J Kays Cal •' ] - Patten, P.akersrield
J M Floyd, Boston Mrs .1 A Floyd, Boston
P.l Gosbey, San Jose Miss Emma Floyd. Bostn
H C Blake, Winters •' S l'hompson, ban Jose
X E Holbrook. Hollister X J Copen. Chicago
F Uosenthal. Tulare A I. I>*-vi:isky, Stockton
J. L Woodmauser, Portld Mrs Hart, Cal
j A Bayes, Carson J Books! &w, San Jose
H i. ••ill.' Aw, san Jose Miss Eva Kirk, San Jose
C BhrtW-tt <fe w, Ventura LJ Gnrver, Colfax
C M Weber, Stockton W M Field, San Jose
"1, L Cory. Fresno Miss L 1. Barlow, Petal ma
s Worm'ser, Kingsbury D E McKuer, St Helena
L E Jordan A: w.Auburn Miss Danitl. Ensr and
.1 Hunter, Monti>-ello W P Clendenin.Kelseyvle
W A Mavnard. Sulsua E Franklin, Cal
T L Reed, Reedley
0 H Hoag. Santa Rosa It G Sanders, Santa Rosa
Geo Smith, santa Rosa J F Bourke, Santa Rosa
.1 G Pleasanton. Pleastn K.I Sexton, Pleasanton
DG Bm well, Oakland M J Liddy, Oakland
E m Hatcher. Sau Jose G W Moore, Mi<i<!letown
E W Mortens, san Rafael P Plat] and fam, Colo
ii W Weak, Colo F ii Long, Sacramento
Jas Sbobley. Colfax P Cummins, BJoomiield
N Frayer, Mohawk 1' Cummins, Bloomfield
.1 H Neal, Pleasanton 3 Shaw, Pleasanton
< I T Noe, m A ch, Auburn D S Acker, Va
II S Daley A w, Soledad E A Hammond, Fairfleld
M Li nse, Chicago WCUck& w.Orlande
W J Jameson, Banos 1) Wagner, Coulterville
.' i! Dolan, w it c. Sacto Mrs I. Howe. Chico
Miss liucnanau, £1 Paso A J Griswold, Ariz
r> Cogpshall, Cal Harry Quinn. Tulare
Jos Hahn, SaCCO Alex E Noack «t wf. Sac-
Georce Berry, Cal ramento
11 C Molloy,' Cal W H ch'ary.Sheepßanch
E C Klumpp, Frultvale H Guernsey, Nev
Geo A smith, Courtland H Wallcy. 11l
A DCallln, Sacto .1 A Hell it w, Portland
x Wetsbaum Aw, Cal J M Miner, FoUom
TEK Carmack,f-:ausalito F A i.cc. Madera
H 3 Lewellius, Madera .1 E Enrisht, San Jose
F M Mueller, Fresno O C Kcxert, Pa
F W Wllmans, snnora J.l Smith, .Stockton
Fred Allen, Sain Jose A LColton, Mt Hamilton
John T York, Sa|
D A Harrison, Vallejo T Brace, san Jose
J .1 Mann, >a;i Jose \V M Evans. Berkeley
W R Patton,C of Sydney G B Hannanan, Chicago
C M Perry A: m, Cal G Graff & w, N V
<; M Caanua, San Diego E s Cuninan. Chicago
c )' Steehey, Chicago J w Kea, San Jose
J V Kelly. "saiua Clara E W Prince, Oakland
.1 W Ragerdale, Madison T D Porter, Chicago
0 a Brown, N f ' s A Smith, N J
Miss Williams, Mass J J White, Mass
M cohn. Chicago B X Hurra, Chicago
M A Mar. in. st Paul J E O'Brien, Portland
NEW WESTERN HOTEL.
Geo Parker. Seattle H Hasting, Seattle
J) Wagner, Pilburn. Pa John E Hiegin*, Los Ang
J Henderson, San Jose W Ricne, San Rafael
■ • — — •-
Henry J. Robinson of Buel, N. V., who
constructed in Gould's shop in Albany the
tender for the first locomotive used on the
Albany and Schenectady Railroad, nearly
sixty-five years ago, died a iew days ago,
aged 95 years.
SAN FRANCISCO "CALL."
ptrSINESS OFFICE of the San Francisco Call—
'•i 3fnrk?t street, open until 12 o'ciock every
rlf I I in tie year.
BRANCH OFFICES— BBO Montgomery street,
rcir*rCl;ty: open until 9:30 o'clock.
?'? Hayes street, open until 9:30 o'clock.
113 Larkin street, open until 9:30 o'clock.
fcW. corner Sixteenth and Mission streets, open
ti til 5 o'clock.
iE3fcMi.«sicn street, open until o o'clock.
116 Ninth Mreet. open until 9:30 o'clock.
NOTICE OF MEETINGS.
ij?3s?»~ 61[xTfornia"lodge no. 1, F. a
SS-i? and A. M.. will meet THIS (THURS- A
DAY) EVENING, November 14. at 7:3O"sf_f
o'clock. First degree. By order of the * r<^r\
Master. FRANKLIN 11. DAY. Secretary.
•C?r^=» SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO LODGE jk
I*-*' No. 212, F. and A. M.. meets THIS__Ja
EVENING at 7 :30 o'clock for first degree. IS^jIT
By order of the Master. /V\
E. C HARE, Secretary.
f£rs= san FRANCISCO Scottish v cy >.
l-^S Thistle Club — Regular meeting a, fjtj?)
THIS EVENING, at 8 o'clock, at 32 <$*%%£
O'Farrell St. Business, nomination of *ft-j3Hfc
oflicers. JAMES M YEN, Royal Chief.
Alfred Miller, Recorder.
r^_== REPL- -a Ns. ATTENTION—
- Cso_>' will be a meeting of the Republicans of tho
Thirtieth Assembly District Tills EVENING, at
8 o'rlock sharp, at Pythian Castle, 909 Market st.,
tor permanent organization. By order
F. E. WAI. LADE, President pro tern.
T. L. Dokan. Secretary pro tern.
rPgsp- ~C ALI FOR A~~CO OF PHAR-
•>— 7 MACY (Department of Pharmacy, Univer- j
sity of California). The annual meeting of stock-
holders will be betd in the college, 113 Fulton
street, on THURSDAY, November 14. 1895, at
3 P. m. W. m. SEARBY.
Secretary of the Board of Trustees.
aKSfi^ATHE REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING
<*~& of slnckholders of the California Wine-
makers' Corporation will he held at the Chamber
of Commerce, 431 California st . Saa Francisco, on
November 20. 1895, commencing at 10 a. m.
■1. 11. WHEELER. Sec.
*-«' 25 (ISc per share) of the Hutchinson Sugar
Plantation Co. will be payable at the office of the
company, 327 Market st., on and after WEDNES-
DaY, November 20, 1895. Transfer books will
lose Thursday, November 14, 1895, at 3 o'clock
r. m. K. H. SHELDON. Secretary.
5 1 i - ; i 1 p/Brios^MATtK^FlsrTTiooM
ut -S *.. secolld Boor; genuine massage treatment.
fesjs= GENUINE STEAM AND ALCOHOT
L7o&' batns by experienced masseuse. 120 Vi
Geary st., room 11. .-"«;,
f^sp DX. JOS. BAYKK,346SUTTKKST.— I to 3
I*- 6 ' and 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. ;residencel43l Webster
ce^s* brioht'sTdisease AND diabetes
Wo*' can be cured, even in the advanced s ages, !
by FULTON'S Radical Remedies: sold at office,
'12*1 Market St.; hours, 10 a. m. to 4 p. m.
|» RHEUMATISM, NEURALGIA, GOUT;
&~-& special attention to these diseases. J. A. '
MCDONALD, M.D.. 123 C Market: 2 t0 4, 7 to 8 p.m.
WT-S* CO 8 REMOVED WITHOUT KNIFE.
Uc-^S' Chiroi>odic Institute, room 22,906 Market.
, XB 1 BAD TENANTS EJECTED FOR $4.
'*'-*' Collections made, city or country. Pacific
Collection Co.. 415 Montgy st.. room 6. Tel. 5580.
ft~S= WINDOWS CLEANED AND FLOORS
«»-*' ■crabbed; reasonable rates: payment for
damages guaranteed. C. ROSSI <fe CO.. 242 Sutter.
||r]B= ROOMS WHITENED. *1 UP: PAPER-
»^_e(! $:5 50 no. 817% Third. Georce Hartman.
ftr^= COLLECTIONS: TENANTS EJECTED,
mi& 810: costs paid. 420 Montgomery, rm. 29.
F£s?*_9 . EA T AND BEST IN AMERICA-
Ijt^S- Ttt- WEEKLY CALL, sent to any address
In the United States or Canada one year for $1 50
iKMtugre free. . -.'
"V WAITING SITUATIONS-COOKS, "ciIAM-
_V bermaids »nd girls for housework. AIRS.
H11tD..705 Hoik st. Telephone. Suiter 671.
\\T ANTED BY GOOD RELIABLE woman'
»» situation In private family; is a first-class
cook; best of references. Call or address 1231
Market St., bet. Eighth and Ninth.
LADY sr RETURNED FROM EUROPE
J as housekeeper or nurse, or give massage
treatment by the day. Address Nurse, 1163 Mar-
WANTED- WORK IN FAMILIES BY GOOD
»' seamstress on family sewing and children's
clothes; $5 a week. Address 2933 Jackson st.
COMPETENT AND RELIABLE WOMAN
\J wishes to do cooking and housework • best of
references: good laundress. Address 1024 Howard
St., room 2. "
STRONG AND INDUSTRIOUS YOUNG LADY,
1 willing and polite, desires situation in a restau-
rant or bakery. Call or address 420 McAllister st.
WOMAN WANTS WORK BY THE DAY OR
» * .week; wages no object. Address 419 Hayes.
PROTESTANT AMERICAN LADY WISHES
X a situation as chambermaid. Call 737 Howard
St., room 33. .
"wanted BY 1"I -CLASS" laundress,
" a situation In a private family; no objection to
cliambt-rwork. Best city references. Call or ad-
dress 649 iliniia st.
/ tOM PKTKNT WOMAN WISHES A SITUA-
\J tion as invalid's nurse: city or country; good
references. Address W.. box 67, this office. •
OTHER AND •■ DAriiHTER WISH SITUA-
I»I tions together as chambermaid and waitress
in hotel or private family; city 01 country; wages
reasonable. Address Mother, box 77, 'Ca1l Office.
y oung GIHL WAKTS a place for OEN-
. i- eral housework: no postals. Call or address
Valencia st. Hotel, 718 Valencia st. ' .
p irllb wants PLACE to take care OF
VJ children and assist In housework. 819 Market
St., room 16. .
i • I 111. WANTS PLACE COOK ING AND GKN-
* eral housework, $25. Home and Business
•(Lreau, 819 Market St., room 16.
SITUATIONS WASTED- Continued.
"lir ANTEP A POSITION AT ANY KIND OF
TT office work or as stenographer; steady employ-
ment more an object than remunerative salary.
Address Meredith, box 145, Call Office.
-\M IDDLE-AGED WOMAN WANTS SITUA-
-1»X tion as housekeeper or take care 2 or 3 chil-
dren. Call 125 Morris aye., off Bryant. ■
ni Q EDDY— LADY WISHES POSITION AS
--XO housekeeper; no objection to children; no
triflers need apply.
RESPECTABLE LADY WISHES SITUATION
XV as working housekeeper for widower with
small family; no trinVrs. Apply 150 Fourth St.,
up second flight, room 30. ;, •
"Experienced woj^an wishes SITCA-
-i tion as nurse and seamstress; understands care
of invalids: will assist with chamberwork: if re-
quired; city reference. C, box 1. Call Office.
\\fOM~AN WOULD LIKE WORK BY THE
'» day or month in small family. Address 66
Hermann st., nr. Market.
pOMPETENT WOMAN WISHES SITUATION
\J to do general housework in American family:
good cook; reierences if required; city or Oak-
land. Cull 369 Jessie st. -■
"yOL'NU CHAMBER-GIRL DESIRES A SITU-
X ation to do housework. 610 Minna st.
ArOUNGLADY WOULD LIKE HOUSEKEEP-
X er's position in hotel or lodging-house. Call or
address 203 a Powell St., room 5.
IKL DESIRES A POSITION to do GENER-
VT al housework. Apply 117 Germanla St., near
Steiner, bet. Herrman and Waller.
QUIET GERMAN GIRL, 14, WISHES PLACE
to assist and go to school in exchange for good
home. Address L. N., box 113. Call Office.
V GIRL— DO GENERAL HOUSEWORK;
small washing; 'in American family; wages
$12 to $15; no postals. Call 10 Turk street.
\\riDOW DESIRES POSITION IN WIDOW-
» » er's family. Call 1354 Howard St., cor. Tenth,
from 9 a. m to 5 p. m.
m\VO GERMAN GIRLS WANT SITUATIONS
Kin German family; one for plain cooking and
general housework; one for upstairs work; wages
$20, $25. Call 232 Shotwell st.
yoc.No WOMAN WANTS general
X housework in small family is good cook and
laundress and good sewer; wages from $15 to $20.
J., box 32, Call Office.
MIDDLE-AGED LADY WISHES WORK OF
li- any kicd. Call 25 Taylor st., room 3.
1 EXPERIENCED SCOTCH COOK WISHES
XJ situation; good reference. 17 Polk st.
"WOMAN WANTS WORK BY DAY OR
It week: laundress or housecleaning. 43 Willow
aye., cor. Polk.
VOUXG WIDOW WANTS A PLACE AS
, -i- housekeeper. Call at 28 Seventh St., room 36.
"WOMAN WITH RE"FERENCEsT"is~~GOOD
» » cook, will do small wash in a small family, or
will do chamberwork in boarding-house. 1222
Twelfth aye., East Oakland.
OO X X EPE R~ WANTED BY A THOR-
oughly competent young lady, a situation as
bookkeeper; 8 years' experience: best of refer
ences. Address 2080 Market st.
B EBSUA X E if— GOOD FITTER, WANTS
xJ work at home or by the day; ladies and
gentlemen's mending done cheap. 350y 2 Jessie st.
WIDOW AND DAUGHTER WANT SITOA-
*» tlons together or separate; city or country:
good cook and laundress; daughter as nurse or sec-
oud work; nationality Scotch; references. Call
228 Seventh st.
EASTERN GIRL WISHES A SITUATION TO
Xj do general housework or second work in pri-
vate family; Is willing and obliging and able to
take hold. Call Wednesday or Thursday, 563
CAPABLE, TRUSTWORTHY WOMAN CAN
\J do the work of a small family or sewing, and
make herself generally useful. Room 12, Cosmo-
politan Hotel, 100 Fifth st., city. . • - ■+;:■
V ' mOW WOULD LIKE POSITION TO TAKE
" charge lodging-house or small family. Apply
230 Turk st.
"V7-OUNG GERMAN GIRL WISHES TO do UP-
X stairs work or plain cooking; wages $15 to $20.
Call 83 Everett st.
I7IRENCH GIRL. GOOD SEWER, WISHES A
place to do chamberwork in a hotel or boarding-,
house. F. G., box 82, Call Office.
T>EFINED YOUNG WIDOW WISHES HOUSE-
XY keeper's position. 11 Kearny st., room 27,
WANTED— BY YOUNG WOMAN, POSITION
• » as nurse or housekeeper: or would go as com-
panion. Address M., 278 Thirteenth St.. Oakland.
E ASTERN WIDOW DESIRES MENDING TO
Xj do: pents' shirts made to order. Call room 21,
second floor, 124 Sixth st.
GERMAN WISH ESX PLACE FOR GENERAL
VI housework; is a good cook. Apply 23Vis Minna
"V-OUNG LADY WISHES ALL KINDS OF
X gentlemen's sewing and mending. 109 Taylor
St.. rooms 2 and 3.
pEKMAN GIRL WANTS A SITUATION TO
VI do general housework. Call or address 309
Third St.; no postals.
p IRL 15 WISHES TO DO LIGHT HOUSE-
VJ work; sleep at home. Address C. D., Call
Branch, 2618 Mission st.
"yOUNG GERMAN WOMAN WANTS WORK
X by the day washing. ironing or housecleaning.
Call or address E. A., 246 Oak st.
LA WANTS SITUATION AS CASHIER IN
restaurant: or would clerk in book or music
store; references. Address S., box 45, Call Office.
STEADY RELfABLE PROTESTANT WOMAN
wishes a situation to do general housework ; is
a good cook and willing. Apply 873 Mission st.
■\ OUNG WIDOW. stranger, wants ANY
X kind of sewing; gents' and ladies' mending
neatly done; reasonable. Room 11. 28y 2 Sixth st.
WANTED BY A RESPECTABLE WOMAN,
' T a responsible position to take entire charge of
house for invalid or widower; references ex-
changed. Call or address 517 Ninth St., OaKland.
LIJRST- CLASS CHAMBERMAID WOULD
X; like a situation: can do second work; good refer-
ences. Call or address 6:3% Hyde st., i a rear.
■\ T OUNG GERMAN WOMAN WANTS A
-I- place as cook or general housework; city or
country : wages $25. Address C. H., box 117, Call.
-yOUNG LADY WISHES POSITION AS
-I- waitress in small restaurant. Call 614 Kearny.
YOUNG SWEDISH GIRL WANTS SITUA-
X tion to do general housework In American fam-
ily: speaks no English. Address N. T., box 60
yt)l'.\G WOMAN DESIRES POSITION;
X wages moderate; sleep home. 114 Eddy st.,
1 ) I SI'ECTABLE WOMAN WANTS WORK BY
Xt the day, general housework and cleaning, Call
or address 1818 Laguua st., rear. -
TJELIABLE. COMPETENT PERSON WISHES
X\> situation as lady's or invalid's nurse. Address
Nurse, box 42. Call Office.
I>KLIABLK (WRL WISHES A SITUATION;
Xt good took, wuahfr and ironer; no postals. 723
Natuma St., bet. Eighth and Ninth.
DRESSMAKING— AN ARTISTIC DESIGNER,
good cutter and fitter in ladles' and children's
clothes, will accept engagements in families; ref-
erences. Address T. 11., box 44, Call Office.
I> . BPECTA&LB YOUNG GERMAN WOMAN
Xt wants a place to do chamber work or as house-
keeper: is a good cook and laundress: sleep home.
Call after 6 v. m., at 220 Gougli.
RESPECTABLE WOMAN, A NO. 1 COOK,
wishes a situation in a first-class boarding-house
or restaurant. 423y 2 Clementina St., bet. Fifth and
"yOUNG WOMAN WISHES . SITUATION TO
X take entire charge of Infant; good reference;
no objection to country. Address 727 Twenty-
second st. .
WINCHESTER HOUSE, 44 THIRD ST., NR.
j TT Market; electric lights in every room: 200
I rooms: 25c to $160 per night; $150 to $6 per
j week : free pus to and from the ferry.
j p IRL WISHES PLACE IN DAIRY, LIGHT
I VJ houseworK or taking care of children. Address
23 Perry st., between Second and Th rd.
\\f ANTED— HOUSKWORK BY THE DAY OR
» ' week, by a good Industrious woman. Call 517
Fourth st., Oakland.
1 EMBROIDERING suspenders and MUF-
X^ tiers a specialty. 105 Stockton, first floor, r. 22.
\\riNCHESTEK HOUSE. 44 THIRD ST., NR,
Market; 200 rooms; 25c to *1 60 per night;
$1 SO to $6 per week : convenient and respectable;
free bus to and from the ferry.
. all branches: shortest notice. 14 Geary.
« all branches: shortest notice. 14 Geary.
SWKDISH AND GERMAN EMPLOYMEMT
office, 11 1 Antonia su, off Jones, near Ellis.
MA WISHES EMPLOYMENT IN SOME
business house; willing to do anything; has
served formerly as shipping clerk In wholesale
grocery-house; can furnish money as security if
position would require. Address A. 8., box 19,
Call Office. .. . ■
"rpilE LITTLE RED SCHOOLHOUSE" WANTS
X employment and a refuge from his evil pur-
suers: can meet the requirements of a private
place and willing and obliging In any kind of work.
Address ALEX SVARD, box 9, Call Office. .'
BOOKKEEPER, 11 YEARS 1 EXPERIENCE,
desires position in any office work: salary no
object; don't object leaving city. M., box 7, Call.
"YOUNG man If A VINO 8 months* EX-
X perience in the barber trade would like a posi-
tlon. Address A. B. C, box 32, Call Office.
O ITU ATION WANTED BY MAN AND WIFE;
O man as first-class cook; excellent on pastry;
wife as waitress; hotel or restaurant. Call or ad-
dress 703 Stockton st.
yOUNG MAN WITH 2 YEARS' EXPERI-
-1- ence In cigar business wishes position; good
reforences. Address H. 11., 402 Fourth st.
SITUATION WANTED BY MIDDLE-AGED
iJ man around place; fully understands care of
horses, milking and plain gardening; good city ref-
erence. Address L., box 125, Call Office.
A YOUNG GERMAN. GOOD CARPENTER,
-t»- with tools, wants a nation: is willing to do
any kind of work. Please call or address 131
Ii A KEEPER, YOUNG AND INTELLIGENT,
l-» good mixer, good references, wishes position.
Address C. H.. box 26, Call Office.
j^OY, 15 .YEARS OF AGE, WANTS SITU-
'» ntion; has had do experience, but is willing and
Obliging. Address 21iy 2 Bartlett st. : -
MA AND WIFE WITH 2 CHILDREN
want situation on ranch: small wages to be-
gin. Address C. P., Call Branch Office, 713 Larkin.
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1895.
__«TCATIONB AltTEP— Continued.
yOUNG MAN (21) DESIRES POSITION IN
X private family; understands the care of horses;
furnish references; can milk, and will make him-
self useful. J., box 1, Call Office^ .--*-.•
TO* ANTED— STEADY WORK OF ANY KIND
tt by sober, reliable man: undersands horses,
cow, lawn or work on ranch; references. Address
5 J., box 89, Call Office.
Steady" RELIABLE young man DE!
sires employment of any kind ; good penman
and quick at figures. Address Q.. box 44, Call.
NTJSR— FIRST-CLASS WORKMAN DE-
X sires employment; good grainer, paper-hanger,
timer, whitener, etc.; day or contract. Address
Painter, 1077 Market st.
VXPERIENOED DISHWASHER— ABLE TO
Xj work as second cook. Address D. W., box 108,
CrJl Office. ' :
WANTED — SITUATION AS ASSISTANT
TT cook; small wages. G. WATSON, 1106y a
C COMPETENT BOOKKEEPER, WHO SPEAKS
/ English, French and German, wants a position:
best of references. Address B. X., box 44, Call.
TEADY YOUNG MAN FOR GROCER Y-
store, to learn; can speak some German; will
make himself useful and can furnish references:
wages no Object. Address M. A., box 147, Ca1l Office.
pENTLEMAN WANTS a POSITION in
VJT wholesale house, drive dellvry wagon or work
of some kind; can give cash security if required;
good reference. Address G. W., box 92, Call Olnce.
ANTED-SITUATION TO COOK FOR PRl-
vate family or ranch-hands, or gardei er,
horseman and milker on gent's place: good city
reference. Address A. R. D.. box 133. Call Office.
IV' ANTED— BY A YOUNG MAN 6 MONTHS
" from the East job as milk-wagon driver, or
laundry-wagon driver, or waiter in restaurant, or
tend to horses: is a good hand on farm; does not
drink: small wages. Address LOUIS M. ALLEN,
533 Sacramento st. -
\\r 'anted— AS valet, TRAY-
'» elitig servant or to wait on' an invalid gentle-
man by an Englishman; has traveled the conti-
nent of Europe: many years' experience: 8 years'
reference from present employer. Address Valet,
box 147, San Matco.
m YPESETTER AND PLAIN JOBBER WANTS
X work: $9; competent. Address R. E., box 107,
W" ANTED— RESPONSIBLfc POSITION ON
' » orchard farm by a practical man; can manage
help and property and keep accounts. Address W.
J. DOIDGK, box 954, tan Jose. Cal.
RCHARD hUPERINTEiSDENT IS OPEN
for engagement after December 1; A 1 refer-
ences. Address Orchard, 425 McAllister si.
TTUNTKR & CO., CHINESE AND JAPAN-
XX ese employment office, 17 Webb St.. below
Kearny, bet. California and Sacramento; tel. 231.
K£MAL(S uk I,l* wanted;
"\fIDDLE-AGED WOMAN AS HOUSEKEEPER
IVL near city: light place; $10. MURRAY &
READY, 634-636 Clay St.
OOKS, WAITRESSES ND CHAMBER-
v- maids can find good places to-day at MURRAY
& READY'S, 634-636 Clay st.
OOK, SMALL RESTAURANT, «5 A WEEK;
\J waitress, light place, $3 ft week; cook and laun-
dress, $25; chambermaid, plain wash, $15, and
others. MURRAY <fc READY, 634-636 Clay St.
ANTED— COok", ASSIST WITH IRONING,
TT German family, $30; 2 second girls, $20; Prot-
estant cook, plain wash, a short distance. Amer-
ican family. $25: hotel laundress, $20, and girls
for cooking and housework in city and country.
J. F. OR OS ETTA CO., 312 Sutter st.
T AUNDKKSS, PRIVATE FAMILY.CITY, $25;
pastry cook in hotel. $25: housework girls, $15
and $20. C. R. HANSEN' * CO., 110 Geary.
pOLORED COOK, $20; GEKMAxm COOK, $30;
\J housework girl, San Rafael, $20: Stockton. $15;
St. Helena $20, seeladyhere: and other towns: 10
housework girls, city, $20 and $25; 4 young girls,
assist, $10 to $15. . AIISS CU.LLEN. 105 Stockton.
pOVERNESS, $20, COUNTRY, SEE LADY
«JT here; cook, same house. MISS CULLEN, 105
GERMAN OR SWEDISH COOK; COUNTRY;
VX $20. MISS CULLEN, 105 Stockton st.
"V7EAT HOUSEWORK GIRL; SAN RAFAEL;
1> $20: 2in family; see lady here. MISS CUL-
LEN, 105 Stockton st.
-yOUNG SECOND GIRL: $10. MISS CULLEN,
X 105 Stockton st.
W ANTED — CHAMBERMAID, BOARDING-
" house. sls; second girl, Oakland, $15; German
or Swedish girl, second work, $20; second girl, 20;
second girl and sewing, country. $20; housework
and assist. LEON ANDRE, 3i5 Stockton st.
O GIRLS, SWEDISH AND GERMAN COOKS,
— good reference. $25; Swedish girl, wishing tc
do nursing and chamberwork, best of reference,
$20; neat girl for second work, good reference,
$20; Norwegian girl for second work; good seam-
stress, $25. 11 a Antonia st., off Jones, near Ellis.
IRL FOR UPSTAIRS WORK. fl5 ; ALKO
girl for upstairs work, sleep home, $15; girl for
housework, 2 in family, $15; girl. 4 in family, $20,
and others. MRS. HIRD, 705 Polk st.
WOMAN, MOUNTAIN VIEW, SEE LADY 9
TT a.m.: girl for Stockton; girl, Jewish family,
$25: others. MME. LEOPOLD, 20 Stockton st.
W ANTED — A GERMAN GOVERNESS FOR
»» steady place in city; best of wages. Apply
MISS PLUNKETT, 424 Sutter St.
WANTED— TWO NEAT GERMAN SECOND
»' girls and a good seamstress. $20 each; cook,
$25: houseglrl, $25: houseg!rl,s2o. Call 815 Sutler.
HP WO SALESLADIES FOR ART AND FANCY
X goods department of a dry-goods store: sales-
lady in muslin underwear department; saleslady
in lining and dress trimming department. Why
should you u,se this system of record and reference?
Because others use it or because it will benefit
you. We have presented our plan of operation to
the business firms of san Francisco and other
cities and they have indorsed it and are to-day
using it. The best positions are open to those who
hold the certificates of our agency. Crocker
building, rooms 165 to 167.
IRL TAKE CARE OF 2 CHILDREN; ALSO
girls for cooking and general housework.
Home and Business Bureau, Academy Sciences,
819 Market St., room 16.
WEDISHOR DANISH GIRL TO DO GENER- j
al housework; 3 in family. Call from 10 to 6 at
2038 Scott si. ■j.^'.-i-,
WAITRESS. 1009 LARKIN STREET.
yOUNG WOMAN, WORK IN KITCHEN;
X sleep home; coffee-house. 324 Larkin st.
AM BE P. MA I D WANTED. HACKMEIER'S
\J Hotel, 223 Eddy st. ___^
WILLING GIRL OF ABOUT 16 YEARS
'» (Protestant) to do light housework in country;
wages small, but good home. Apply 418 Geary st.
IRL TO WORK IN RFSTAURANT. 654
T Mission St.
WANTED— APPRENTICE IN tailoring
TT with good experience; to pay her wages- 1231
yOU NO GIRL. EXPERIENCED FEEDER
X for ruling machine. PHILLIPS BROS., 605
WANTED— DRESSMAKING IN EXCHANGE
»T for room and board. 110 Ellis, room 1.
' ANTED-OPKRATOR ON PLAIN SOWING.
340 Clementina st.
p IRL FOR HOUSEWORK. 2817 FOLSOM ST.
\|EW HORSKBHOW CAPE. $15, AT NEW
-Li York Cloak and Suit House, 1210 Market st.
EXPERIENCED LADY CANVASSER FOR
■tv commercial printing. Address H. J., box 44
Call Office. *.:.-■ ' '
GIRL TO CARE FOR CHILD AND ASSIST
with light housework. 819 Golden Gate aye.
G'IERMAN GIRL FOX GENERAL HOUSE-
r work ; wages $20. Apply 933 Halght St.
T\RIBBB CUTTING TAUGHT. W. 8. TAILOR
-L/ system. 14 McAllister St., rooms 67 and 68.
GIR~L FOR GENERAL HOUSE"\VORkI
$12. 700Shotwell st. '
CIERMAN GIRL FOR DOWNSTAIRS WORK
VI and cooking. Call forenoon at 1522 O'Farrell.
T A DIES TO LEARN MILLINERY: GUAKAX-
XJ teed to graduate every pupil thoroughly. 234
Taylor st. :
ANTED— BRIGHT, ACTIVE WOMAN WHO
'» has had business experience; salary in pro-
portion to ability. Address C. J. 8., box 71, Call.
PPItENTICES FOR DRESSMAKING: PAID
while learning. 604 Sutter st.
RESSMAKINO TAUGHT FREE at MRS.
R. L. JONES' dresscuttlng school, 505 Fell st.
rn HE MCDOWELL, THE WORLD'S FAMOUS
X system of dresscutting, taught; easy payments",
unlimited lessons: ' dressmakers furnished to
families; positions free; patterns cut to fit, 25c up;
dressmakers and apprentices wanted at 213 Powell.
T A WHENCE PATTERN HOUSE— DR^SS-
XJ cutting school. 1231 Market at., bet. Eighth
Or SALESLADIES AND SHOPGIRLS TO
■£•*.) lunch at Golden Gate Dining Parlors, 1148
Market St., first floor; coffee and cakes, sc.
E~ XPERIENCED OPEKATORs ON CLOAKS
XJ wanted. 1228 Market st. M.SIMINOFF.
MOST CONVENIENT AND RESPECTABLE:
Winchester House. 44 Third St.. near Market;
200 rooms: 25c to $1 50 per night: $1 10 to $6 per
week : free bus to and from the ferry.
NY WOMAN WHO WANTS MONEY FOR
herself can easily earn It. Address Ladles'
Home Journal. 78 Colombian t>ldg., San Francisco.
E~ALKTTE CAPES FROM $5 90 UP, AT N. Y.
O Cloak and Suit House, 1210 Market s".
L 1 adies"to~SelLjManha'i'tan EGG FOOD;
XJ Is the best. C. NERTELL, San Mateo.
HAIRDRESRINO; 25c AND MORNING
and ev'eclasses-.10 lessons.sl 50. 1248 Mission.
piANO LESSONS BY THOROUGHLY
X schooled artist; lessons 25c. 617 Jones st.
lI»RENCH ACCORDION PLEATING: TAILOR- I
made suits: $7; perfect fit. 118 McAllister at.
pROFESSOR LIVINGSTON'S DRESSCUT-
-I- tine and making school all branches. 702 Sutt«r.
WINCHESTER HOUSE, 44 THIRD. NEAR
» » Market— Electric lights in every room : 200
rooms; 25c to $160 per night; $1 50 to $6 per
week: free bus to and from the ferry. - ■ : ",
JI.VI.K lifcLF WA.MJDD.
T7MU3NCH~ c6mTcOt7NTRY~H OTEITSSO~TO
X I $60; 2 neat young waiters, $40. C. R. HAS-
SEN A CO., lIP Geary st.
6 FARMERS FOR A FRUIT RANCH: SEE
boas here. C. R. HANSEN & CO., 110 Geary 1
HELP "WANTED— Contlnned. :
pOND MAN FOR SAWMILL, 926 ; THIRD
x hand country shop, $20; - choreboy. country;
rooks, waiters and others. B. T. WARD & CO.,
608 and 610 Clay st. > .
WANTED— 3 COOPERS, $30 AND FOUND:
' » farmer and wife, 935 and found ; carpenters
for Central America: woodsman, $35 to 940;
young man with references for country store ;cooks,
waiters and others. Apply to J. F. CROSETT &
CO., 628 Sacramento st. : - >
\Kf ANTED — COOK AND DISHWASHER,
»» country hotel: waiter, $25: fanner and wire
to cook for 3 men. $30, see boss here, etc. L.
ANDRE, 315 Stockton st.
WANTED-5 CARPENTERS, CITY WORK:
''92 50 per day: call early. MARTIN'S Em-
ployment Agency, 749 Market st. ■
W A NTED— FIRST - CLASS EXPERIENCED
>' salesmen for the following positions: To
oversee and look after a toy department; a No. 1
clothing salesman; a "wrapper" In dry-goods
house; a furmshing-goods salesman for out of city;
traveling salesman for. wholesale wines to sell to
the trade in the city; first-class shoe salesman and
a grocery salesman up to date on prices. Why
should you use this system ot record and refer-
ence? Because others' use it or because it will
bew'fit you. We have presented our plans of oper-
ation to the business firms of San Francisco and
other cities, and they have indorsed it and are to-
day using it. The best positions are open to those
who hold the certificates of our agency. Crocker
building, rooms 165 to 167.
WANTED— WOODTURNER FOR GENERAL
'» turning in planing-mill: give references;
state qualifications and wages expected. J. A. P.,
box 18, Call Office.
\\T ANTED — FIRST-CLASS SHOE SALES-
'» man. 623 Market St., rm. 7, from 9t012a. m.
ANTED— A YOUNG . MAN TO WORK
»» around boarding-house; one that can milk;
wages $15. SW. cor. Bay and Webster sts. .
GOOD BARBER WANTED. 1423 DUPONT
f street. .•-;-<.:■.-■■•
O WAITERS. HACKMEIER'S HOTEL, 123
— Eddy st.
mAILORS OPERATORS, PRESSERB WANT-
X cd. 108 Battery st. ____■__
SEAMAN, COOK AND STEWARD FOR
Europe. 103 Montgomery aye.
BOY WANTED: MUST SPEAK GERMAN.
Apply JOHN HUSCHLER, 621 Sansomeat.
SHOEMAKERS WANTED ON MEN'S SHOES.
202 Fifth st.
MIDDLE-AGED MAN ft) ASSIST ON
soliciting wagon. Inquire before 8 A. m., 415
PRESSER ON CUSTOM WORK. 77 Vj
BAR BER-SHOP FOR SALE CHEAP, ON AC-
count of little trouble; must be sold. 1309
Peralta «' Oakland.
YKAT WAITER, RESTAURANT, $30;
-I-' also smait bakery assistant, $25; dishwasher,
$20; orchardman, $15. Oakland Employment
Bureau, 872 P.roadway, Oakland. «^
TNOUSTRIOUS MAN WITH $50: MANUFA C-
J. turiDK business; can make $3 per day; German
preferred. Partieuiars 5 Mason St., room 1.
at 1 r.f\ wanted to-day, partner IN
♦ipXOU. commission business: will clear $75 per
month to each. See STRAND & CO., 46 Third st.
"1 iiA MEN TO GET A SHAVE FOR 6C OH
L\i\J haircut for 10c, at 14% Montgomery aye. .
WANTED— GOOD CANVASSER FOR SHOW
TT cards. 9 Geary st., room 2.
BARBERS' PROTECT! YE U N lON EMPLOY-
ment secretary. CONRAD TRO ELL. 657 Clay.
BARBEHSiIOP- 10c, 25c H'alß-CUTTINO;
SJ best 5-chair shop in city; buyer can have full
month's trial. For particulars' see STOLTZ, at
Rival Barber-supply House,63o Market.downstairs.
flt^On ba.kb"er^shopTi6c: dUwntown:
♦ipvJUV/. one of the very best stands in city; 3
chairs steady. Call on STOLTZ, at Rival Barber-
supply House, 680 Market st. -
<J>"l P.A GERMAN LADY WANTS AN IN-
w i-O\J. dustrious man as partner in a first-class
pork and delicacies store; no experience necessary.
Call 1466 Seventh at., Oakland.
BEST TRANSIENT. 4-CHAIR barber-shop
XJ In the city; no rent; party must leave the city.
Apply at Call Office. •
WANTED— GOOD TINSMITHS. APPLY TO
POWER & PIKE. 49 Sacramento st.
JEWELERS. 328 BUSH STREET.
ANTED— EDUE-TRIMMER ON THE
' » Basse]] machine. P. F. NOLAN «fc CO., 71
p OOD TAILOR ON CUSTOM COATS; GOOD
VJ" wagts. 626 Minna st.
EARN A TRADE-SIGN OR PICTORIAL
J-J painting taught for $6: great opportunity D.
LEVY, 35 Eighth st., San Francisco.
JOHN SHERMAN'S RECOLLECTIONS OF
40 Years in the Senate, House and Cabinet now
ready: is causing a great sensation in the press
and among politicians and business men; will
equal Grant's Memoirs as a seller: exclusive ter-
ritory given. Apply to the Werner Company,
Publishers, 7 City Hall square.
fTIHE RAILROAD HOUSE 533 COMMERCIAL
X St., below .Montgomery; single rooms 15c night,
25c for two; best and cleanest house in town.
TV" ANTED— ENERGETIC YOUNG OR MID-
»»■ die-aged man; permanent ploy merit; must
have $40 cash. M., box 61. this office.
"OARBERS-2-CHAIR SHOP FOR SALE; 15c:
JL> 25c halrcutting: rent $10, with furnished
room: $80. Next postoffice, Sausallto.
SAM KEE— CHINESE AND JAPANESE EM-
ploympnt office. 511 Bush St.. Dr. Grant aye.
■EXPERIENCED OPERATORS ON CLOAKS
Ji wanted. m. SIMINOFF, 1228 Market st.
refT'bker— two" schooners for 6c;
also a bottl of lager, sc, at 637 Clay st.
BA RBERS— FOR EMPLOYMENT CALL SEC-
retnrv Barbers' Association, 325 Grant aye.
S. FUCHS. _^_
BEST PLACE IN CITY FOR SECOND-HAND
shoes, 726*2 opp. noward-st. Theater, or 129
Sixth St.; misfit shoes bought or exchanged.
A\T ANTED— ALL CARPENTERS to KNOW
i »' that there are plenty of carpenters in San
I Francisco: all advertisements to the contrary are
misleading. All help can be supplied by applying I
io carpenters' headquarters, 115 Turk st., or 23
Ninth st. District Council meets at 115 Turlc st.
on Wednesday evening. •
ANTED-MEN WHO DO NOT RECEIVE
their wages to place accounts with us; law and
commercial collection; no charge unless successful.
KKOX COLLECTION AGENCY 110 Sutter, r. 4.
ANTED— IS MEN TO TRY OUtt&UUAUU
» T meals for loc. 60 Third st.
INCHE.STER HOUSE, 44 THIRD ST.. NEAR
Market; 200 rooms, 25 cents a night; reading-
room: free bus to and from the ferry. "
ARBERS, FOR EMPLOYMENT CALL SEC.
Barbere' Assn.. 12 Seventh. H. SCHEUNERT.
MOZART. 319 ELLIS, ROOMS -261! TO 600
night. $1 25 to $5 week; reading rooms.
HAT CHEER HOUSE, 529 SACRAMENTO
» T st. : 100 outside rooms; best spring beds; single
rooms, 20c a day; $1 a week; meals, 10c. - ■
EN'S" SHOES~^SOLED7Sbc; HEELS, 25c;
done In 15 minuies. 635 Kearuy St.. basement.
IjiREE COFFEE AJS'D ROLLS7"7O4"SANSOME:
gingle rooms 15c, 20c a night, $1 a week.
ANTED— SINGLE ROOMS, 16c A DAY; 91
week; rooms for two, 25c a day, 91 60 a vtreeit;
reading toom- dally papers. SB Clay at. ■
rPKY ACME HOUSE. 957' MARKET ST., BE-
I 1 low Sixth, for a room; 26c a night; $1 a week.
'Jill KLLI.S, ROSEDALK— ROOMS Vssc To 50c
OAI. anight: $1 to $3 * week: open all night.
WANTED— LABORERS AND MECHANICS
it to know that Ed Rolkin, Reno House proprie-
tor, still runs Denver House, 217 Third at.; 150
large rooms: 25c per night; $1 to $S per week.
A C\f\ MEN'S SECOND-H AN DJfiDHHOES.SOME
"TV \.t nearly new. 25c to $1 25. 662 Mission st.
HOES HALF-SOLED IN 10 MINUTES:
done while you wait: at loss than half the usual
price; all repairing done at half price: work guar-
anteed. 662 Mission at., bet. First st. and Second at.
T INDKLL HOUSE. BTU AND HOWARD—
XJ single furnished rooms. 75c week, 16c night.
"1 f\f\ MEN~TO TAKE LODGING AT 10c, ISo
JLvv and 20c a night, including coffee and rolls.
e24 Washington M., near Kearny.
BEST INdTT'-SINOLE""ROOMS, 15, 20 AND
25 cents per night ; SI, 91 26, 91 60 p«r week.
Pacific House .Commercial and Leidesdorff sts.
IVE MEN WANTED FOR LIGHT OUT-
J-i door work ; will pay competent person $3 50 a
day. Apply at store, 328 Seventh St. ■
\\r ANTED-MEN TO GET BOTTLE SHARP
" yteam beer, sc: bottle wine. 6c 609 Clay st.
WEEK'S NEWS FOR 5 CENTS — TUB
WEEKLY CALL. In wrapper, for mailing.
PhXncTPfoß^^ "ONE MAN OR WOMAN IN
\J every town on the Coast to easily make 9400
before Christmas who wants it. ALUMINUM
NOVELTY COMPANY. 1503 Market at. .
SOLICITORS; ENERGETIC ladies or
gentlemen; for new plan of life, health and ac-
cident insurance: salary or commission. Call be-
tween 11 and 1 only. International Indemnity
Company. 206 Sansome at. •
\\' A 'l ED-AGENTS. MALE AND FEMALE,
TT for rapid-spiling article; 100 per cent commis-
gion. Apply 749 Market St., upstairs.
pANVASSERS WANTED;; LATEST EAST-
\J em novelties. FAULTLESS NOVELTY CO.,
220 Sutter st. . . .
pALIFORNIA MUTUAL benefit society-
\J wants cood agents to work its accident and
sick insurance; liberal inducements offered. J.
W. HANNA .Secretary, Murphy building.
WA«ltu_J Us t l -..».A>iJ!;OU!!I. "
VV?" ANTED— AN EOLIAN~'6^GanTa~GOOD
''.instrument; an ordinary. case preferred; for
cash. Address room 145, Lick House. "-v. -.: Z vtL ,
W ANTED-OR'DiN ARY BLACKSMITH AN- :
TT vil, light weight preferred, for cash. Address
room 145, Lick House.
ANTED — IMMEDIATELY, 50 PAIR OF
tt roller skates. Searchlight, 602 Market st.
IGHEST PRICK FOR LADIES' ANDGENTS'
second-hand clothing. HAHN, 316 Third st.
\U AMED-YOUR WATCH, IF IT NEEDS
,' ' repairing: best work afhalf the regular price.
DEtas, watchmaker, 126 Kearny -at., third floor.
SELL YOUR BOOKS, CLOTHING AND JEW
elry to A. KLEIN, 109 Sixth st.: send postal.
SECOND-HAND KODAKS, CAMERAS,
lenses, magic lanterns & slides. 109 Montgy. . I
PERSONALS. ; ■
XX included: . excellent switches and front pieces
for 91: strictly one price; established 1869. 11l
Stockton st. B. SPITZ, G. LEDE HER successor
THE ECONOMY. 40 SIXTH ST., BETWEEN
X Mission and Market: millinery: hats trimmed
for 25c; hats pressed, 25c; feathers curled, sc. V
T IBERAL ADVANCES ON DIAMONDS, JEW-
: i_elry,^tc 1 : lowest rates. 948 Market st.
rpo CUTTERS AND TAILOKS-THK UNDER-
-•■ signed would respectfully state that he has
opened a school for teaching Hand's System of cut-
ting garments on scientific principles, in accord
with his novel Invention, "The Solution," and that;
he has no hesitancy in guaranteeing that, under his
instructions, the student will learn, by one lesson,
more of substantial value with respect to the true
fundamental principles of garment cutting and
practical tailoring than he could learn by a life-long
study of any other system ever practiced or now in
vogue. Class nights, Mondays and Thursdays;
private le «sons, Tuesdays, Wed. and Saturdays.
J. S. HAND, 431 KParnyst; hours, 7 to 9 P. M.
Ti ci CV i ljlV BROf M CAon GROCERS, 226
J~J Sixth st. — 5-pound can -mincemeat, 25c; 3
pounds new almonds, 25c; 6 pounds new figs. 25c;
impounds beans, 25c: 4 pounds boneless codfish,
-:oc: 1 pound fine new tea, 25c: 1 pound fresh
coffee. 25c: 4 pounds cornstarch, 25c; 6 pounds
raisins, 25c; lemon peel per pound, 15c: citron per
pound, 20c. LINCOLN BROS., 226 Sixth St., bet.
HAVE YOUR FEATHER-B"Er>K. PILLOWS,
filled at 870 Mis»lon,cor. 6th. OWEN McCABE.
A DVICE FREE; DIVORCE AND PROBATE
-rx laws a specialty; suits, Superior, Justice and
i,? Uc , c V? urtS: t * rms reasonable; collections, etc G.
W. HOWfc.att'y-at-law, 860 Market, cor. Stockton.
T A D I ES, ATTENTION - DRESSMAKING
J-i taught in all its branches by first-cUss artists:
*iv; perfect fitting patterns free of charge: bring
your own material: alsodressss made at reasena-
ble rates. 1006 Larkin st.
T _ '° RM ATION IS DESIRED OF JOHN S.
X DICKKRSON, formerly of Newark, N. J.: left
San Francisco for the north In 1858 or 1859: last
heard, of in Astoria, Or. Any Information, either
dead or alive, will be thankfully received by his
brother, D. E. DICKERSON. 512 California st.,
care of Spring Valley Water Works, San Francisco.
QUPERFL! OUS HAIR REMOVED P ERMA
nently; painless; sample treatment free: no
needle; plain hairdressing and short hair cut and
curled. $25c. MME. KESsiNGS, 131 Larkin st.
AG CARPETS WOVE TO ORDER, tOR SALE;
' also chenille-wove rugs, silk-rag portieres; deal-
er in carpet twine In hank or chain at lowest rates.
GEO. MATTHEW. 709 Fifth St., Oakland. Cal.
OPENING FOR PUPIL IN ARCHITECT'S
office: references exchanged. Apply by letter
i to Architect, box 132, Call Office.
Vfßs. M. H. OBER, HEADQUARTERS of
J.»A Ypsilanti Jersey-fitting Underwear, Union Suits
& Kquestr.an Tights. Ober Corsets for stout figures.
Sole as;ent for Equipoise Waists, Jenness Miller
poods and Gertrude baby outfits; great reductions;
send for catalogue. 34 Geary st., San Francisco.
HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR AND|LADIES'
gents' cast-off clothing. Postals 251 Third st.
"DOOMS PAPERED $1 , IF YOU FURNISH THE
XV paper. NI.OK, 1114 Taylor st.
\TEW PROGRESSIVE INDOW and house
-1-" cleaning Co. -.floors scrubbed contracts
or mo. F.jCARNOVAI. & C 0.,29 Eddy. TeL 5.252.
T)OOMS PAPERED $1. IF YOU FURNISH THE
; Xi/ paper. Address 8.. box 10, Call Office.
GYPTIAN HENNA. $1; HAIRDYE, PER-
XJ fectly harmless. Lantrley-Michaels Co.; all
chemists; Hubbard'a 923, Hauptli's, 1156 Market.
VOR FINE POULTRY AND GAME GO TO A.
J 3TRASSER, 78 and 79 Center Market.
SPANISH GENTLEMAN, WISHES to ex-
change lessons in Spanish for German. Address
S. G., box 106, Call Office.
CARL YON DER MEHDEN, TEACHER OF
I violin, mandolin, cornet, etc.; music arranged.
1437 Market st. ..
AMAGE AND LIEN CASES; LAWS OF
probate and divorce: necessary costs advanced.
Apply to ALBERT MAU, 726 Spreckels building.
MISS DIN AN; SPECIAL SALE IMPORTED
hats: $8 to $10; stylish hats, bonnets, $5 up.
11l Stockton st.
FLANNELS.ETC: FULL STOCK:
also Yosemite blankets, California Woolen Mills
636 Commercial, nr.Montgmry. Factory Petaluma.
Oak Roll Top Desks. $14 to $35
Oak Chiffoniers From $10 up
Oak Bed Sets $17 60 up
Oilcloths and Linoleums 30c up
Stoves and Ranges $3 up
Thousands of bargains. We keep everything.
Cash or time payments. • J. NOON AN, i
1017. 1019. 1021, 1023 Mission St., above Sixth.
1 (\i\l\ BUSINESS CARDS, $1 50: TELE-
JLUUU phone "Black 141." HlLL. 724% Market.
I OCHOOLOF MAGAZIN E AKD NEWSPAPER
O illustration: in response to many urgent re-
quests the school will be shortly opened for even-
ing classes. Particulars at 424 Pine st.
PANISH. FRENCH, GERMAN: moderate
Melsterschaft School of Languages,l22 O'Farrell
TRY HENRY VOLL, 37 AND 51 CENTRE
X Market, lor nest hams, sausages, preserves, etc.
JiiOT HAH CONSTANTLY ON HAND THE
• best ami freshest of butter, eggs and cheese.
Center Market, cor. Sutler and Grant aye., stall 52.
BISHOP, CHIMNEY SWEEP. ADDRESS
. 823 Market. Phone Main 441 at C. BROWN'S.
A RTISTIC HAIRDRESSING, MANICURE
-tt- switches, bangs, $1; wigs from $5: hair
dressed, 25c. To keep hair soft have it shampooed
and dried in sun at La Verite Toilet Bazaar, 6
O'Farrell st. .
A TTENTION— F. JOSEPH LOCHER BEGSTO
-A announce that he will open about October 28
a first-class tailoring establishment at 32y 3 Geary
St., and will be pleased to see all bis former friends
LECTRIC LIGHTS IN EVER* ROOM— WIN-
-Ci Chester House, 44 Third St., near Market: 200
rooms, 25c to $1 60 per night; $1 50 to $6 per
week: free bus to and from the ferry.
L ITS MADE TO ORDER OF ELEGANT
remnants for $10; samples and self-measure-
ment on ■ application. . LEON LEMOS, Merchant
Tailor, 1332 Market St., San Francisco.
QECOND-HAND AS WELL AS NEW BARS,
O showcases, counters, shelvings, mirrors, desks,
safes, chairs, scales, eu\, and a very large stork or
them, too; be sure and see stock and get prices be-
fore going elsewhere. J. NOON AN, 1017, 1019,
1021, 1023 Mission St., above Sixth.
0" LD BUILDINGS bought AND sold:
store fixtures, doors, windows, lumber, pipe,
etc.: cheap. Yard 1166 Mission st., near Eighth. .
/COLLECTING, TRACING, SHADOWING AND
\J locating at GRAHAM'S Agency, 330 Pine st.
Vf ACHINE WHITEWASHING; CONTRACTS
i»X taken; whitewashing and tree-spraying; rooms
whitened, $1 up. 1560 Market St., near Hayes.
ALTZ GUARANTEED: PRIVATE OR IN
»» class. PROF. FOSTER'S Dancing School,
997 Market st. '_ ; ■ '
(fl. I t) SUITS TO ORDER; SAMPLE BY MAIL.
UpLdLi NEUHAUS. Merchant Tailor, 115 Kearny.
TfilNE SUITS, $15: DRESS PANTS, $4 75.
X Misfit Clotnliig Parlors, 435 Montgomery st.
/CLOAKS, CAPES AND SUITS RETAILED AT
\J mfrs'cost. Factory, 20 Sansome St.. upstairs.
LD GOLD, SILVER. GENTS' AND LADIES
clothing bought. COLMAN. 41 Third st. .
WINDOW SHADES MANUFACTURED TO
order by WILLIAM McPHUN. 1185 Market.
T^RESSEs'cUt' AND FITTED^ $3; DRESSES
-L' popular prices: engßcements by day. 11 Geary.
m HE STAGE— AMATEURS IN ACTING, SING-
X ing and elocution guaranteed successful debuts;
stage rehearsals; private theatricals arranged; pu-
pils fitted for concert, choir and stage; office hours,
12 to 2. Rooms 123 and 124. 1236 Market st.
"M RS. MELVILLE SNTf DER, 519 VAN NESS: .
IYI oratorical, vocal, dramatic academy; classes,
private lessons; piano: dramatic elocution specialty.
TUDIO— LESSONS IN OIL PAINTING AND
STUDIO— LESSONS IN OIL PA INTING AND
post el: also Sunday class. 319 Golden Gate aye.
LMER E. HYER, TEACHER OF PIANO,
banjo, mandolin. 405 Geary st., room 17.
ISSBOLTE'S SCHOOL, 2297 SACRAMENTO:
board, English, French, German, piano, $30
month; separate French kindergarten: coach.
PANIBH& FRENCH SIMPLIFIED. PROF. T.
B. de Filippe, graduate Paris, Madrid, 320 Post.
IjIORMER STANFORD PROFESSOR PRE-
. pares students for the university (admission on
recommendation); law. .medical college, civil
service: day eve classes. Room 333 Phelan bldg.
HEALD'S BUSINESS COLLEGE, 24 POST ST.
Bookkeeping, ' business practice, shorthand,
typing, electrical engineering, telegraphy, modern
languages rapidly taught. ; Write for catalogue.
i-l Post: commercial, shorthand. English: low rate*
SHAKESPEAREAN READING AND DRA-
KJ matlc classes; terms low. PROF. ROSS. 6 Eddy.
IOLIN, MANDOLIN, CELLO. BANJO; REA-
sonable. PROF. FRANCIS, 1046 V 2 Valencia.
If LEARN TO SPEAK FIRST: IN-
' fallible method. E. DU CASTEL, 6 Post st.
(CHEMISTRY AND ASSAYING. CUNNING-
\J ham's School, cor. Geary and Powell gtn. •■■ :
"Trench] GERMAN, SPANISH; LIVING
method : Larcher School, Flood bldg, Market st.
AN FRANCISCO BUSINESS COLLEGE, 1238
Market: send for cat.; day and evening session.
VIOLIN, MANDOLIN, GuTf AR. CORNET
V taught. Prof. L.MERKI, 225 Geary reasonable
ELASCO'S LYCEUM SCHOOL OF ACTING—
Private theatricals arranged ; I pupils rehearsed
on stage. R. 5 A 12. 1. 0. 0. F^block, 7th and Market.
O chanlcal engineering, . surveying, architecture,
•scay.eatab. '64. VAN PER NAILLEN. 723 Mfcc
"L^NGLISH BRANCHES TAUGHT BY MISS
i-t DILLON, 14 McAllla'er. 46: private or class.
BY EXPERIENCED^ MAN, WHO WILL PUT
a year's work against 9350 in poultry business.
R. A. DAY, Lorin, Cal. t , ■
Partner wanted- $2500-1 AN esta&
X lished business: profit of $6000 guaranteed
first year; principal only.' ; T.. box IS2, this office.
KOUAIS WANTJSD. ~~~
p ENTLEMAN ".WISHES ELEGANTLY FUR-
VJ«niBhed sunny room or suite; board preferred ■
central. Address Gent, box 115, Call. -_..■ '
5555?5?? SH A if5 !IE S;
<2»7C BUTTER, MILK, PRODUCE SPORE;
«IplO. rent $4. STENBERG,' 632 Market at.
(DjCCn CORNER GROCERY, BAB. WITH
«!pt-'«JI-". living-rooms furnished: established for
years; cheap rent: receipts $15; sacrificed on ac-
count of other business. STENBERG, 632 Mar-
ket St., opposite Palace.
(JjQO?: SALOON WITH 12 ROOMS; NEAR
«IPO.£«J. transfer point; cheap rent; old-estab-
lished place; must sell; going East. STENBEKG,
632 Market st., opposite Palace.
©17c PARTNER; CORNER SALOON;
«H)JL 4 U. Third st.; guarantees new man $50;
partner preferred to hired help. STENBERG,
632 Market, opposite Palace. 1
ORNj&R SALOON: THIRD ST., NEAR MAR-
\J ket; handsome place, with private rooms:
cheap rent; safe and cash register included; big
bargain; prices7oo. STENBERO. 632 Market st.
Q* 19^ OIIOCERY, FRUIT; MOST SELL IN
*$\.£O. 6 days. STENBERG, 632 Market st.
ATofICE TO BUYERS AND SELLERS—
X\ paid for merchandise and fixtures; buyers and
partners procured; quick .sales made at short no-
tice. PROLL A LLOYD, Business Agents and
Auctioneers, office 719 Market St., near Third.
XkT ANTED— RESPONSIBLE PARTY TO RENT
*» choice poultry ranch; well equipped; short
distance from city; good dwelling and out houses;
investigation solicited; reasonable rent. PROLL
& LLOYD, 719 Market st.
Qifinfl CIGAR-STORE; FOLL VALUE IN
t^UKJyj. stock; best location on Market st.
PKOLL «fc LLOYD, 719 Market St.
AT AUCTION— BUILDING 14 ROOMS, PART-
A ly furnished, located among factories: sale
Thursday, November 21, at 11 o'clock, on prem-
ises, 922 Illinois st. For particulars see PROLL <&
LLOYD, 719 Market st.
FOR SALE— ONE OF THE LARGEBT AND
oldest stove, range and house-furnishing estab-
lishments: plumbing, gas fitting, tin and sheet-iron
manufacturing a specialty : investigation solicited.
PROLL & LLOYD, 719 Market st.
<3> 1 9XA PARTNER WANTED — 34-ROOM
«US J--£«JU. hotel; best location; all occupied.
PROLL & LLOYD, 719 Market st.
TO BUY, SELL OR EXCHANGE A BUSINESS
of any kind see STRAND & CO., 45 Third st.
Q A7j BAKERY; NO. 1 LOCATION: 3
«Jpr/Ul7. rooms; cheap rent: good-paying place;
horse, wagon, etc. See STRAND <fc CO., 46 Third.
<ili'J^\l I COKNJiK SALOON AND LUNCH-
fO.i-O\f. house; 2 rooms: cheap rent; suitable
for man and wife. STRAND <fc CO., 45 Third as.
fOXfj LADY WANTS PARTNER IN HA-
"OP OUU. loon; good chance. STRAND CO.,
45 Third st. • '
(JjOXA RESTAURANT: MUST SELL;
tIPi^UU. STRAND A CO., 45 Third st.
©/ICn BRANCH BAKERY ;BARGAIN THIS
<$_tiUU.this week. STRAND & CO., 45 Third st.
SALOON -TO BE SOLD TO-DAY AT YOUR
O own price. STRAND & CO., 45 Third st.
Q»OXn. OR OCERY AND BAR; FULL
<JP-^»U. value. STKAND & CO., 45 Third st.
ffljiKnn partner wanted in first-
tgilUUU. class saloon. STRAND&CO-, 46 Third.
ffljOXA GRAND CHANCE FOR YOUNG
<i)PtJO\J. man; route having 600 customers:
clearing $70 per month; horse and wagon; trial
given. HEALY. 23 Kearny st. ,
©lin BRANCH BAKERY. WITH 3 FUR-
«JP 1 -XV/. nished rooms: rent *10: full -value in
stock. BARRETT & SKIFF, 865y a Market st.
©CflA BAKERY; WKSTKRN ADDITION;
«HSU\JU. counter trade $16 day; splendid loca-
tion: rare chance; must sell account of sickness;
offer wanted. BaRRETT CO.. 865i/a Market.
\\r OO D AND COAL YARD IN WESTERN AD-
»" dition : price $650; rent $16; corner; old and
good pay in? business. Inquire 633 California St.,
Phoenix Bar. m f
¥AftfT ( ' GROCERY AND BAR IN
tjpUl-rU. Western Addition, or partner taken
with $350. bee WILKE, 533 California at., Phoe-
nix Bar. ;,.-.„.>
ft! 9?\rt SALOON WITH CLUB ROOMS,
•inl^«JV/. side entrance, etc.; half block from
Examiner Office: owner has another business.
Particulars 633 California St., Phoenix Bar.
O> f-'AA BAKERY, confectionery, sta-
»4;Uv/U. tlonery, notions: only store like it in
blocks: 3 living-rooms: cheap rent; stock will in-
voice 700; bargain. WOOD & CO., 917 Market.
U>QXAA FIRST- CLASS SALOON; BEST
«IP«J«JUv/. part of Market st. cluDroom and
billiard parlor connected; this is one of the best
8aloon« in town: will prove this: or would take
good man as partner; part cash taken if necessary.
1029 Market st. '
Gi^nn FOR SALE— FINE CANDY-STORE:
*SPO\J\J. Ice-cream parlor; elegant fountain and
factory; does a good business; buyer can learn
how to make candy if desirable: trial given to sat-
isfy buyer. F. S., box 6, Call Office.
EST AUR ANT — MUST BE SOLD THIS
XV week; account other business; make an offer;
cheap rent; doing fair busitit ss: do not neglect this
opportunity. Apply Call Oflice.
q»i p:a PARTNER wanted in light
tipJ-uU. business; suited to plain, steady man
satisfied with $15 to $20 per week. 9 Geary, room 2.
\/f IDDLE-AGED WOMAN WAN'IS PART-NKR
■"X in saloon business. Apply Call Office.
PRINTING OFFICE, HALF INTEREST, $600;
X good business. P. 0., box 63, Call Office.
ffI»XAA SALOON; GOOD LOCATION; SOLD
<t£)O\J\J. on account of traveling. 208 Washington.
9^rt CORNER SALOON: RENT $30. IN-
tjP^.O\J. quire 533 California st., Phoenix bar. •
SALOON FOR SALE IN PROMINENT PART
of the city: cheap for cash: ill health the cause
of sale. Apply at Alta Saloon, 641 California st.,
"pROYITABLK MANUFACTURING .BUSI-
X ness; partner wanted; $3000. Particulars, A.,
box 2, Call Office. ■ '
SALOON 1 A BARGAIN: GOOD LOCATION.
Call at 735 Mission St.. bet. Third and Fourth.
ESTAURANT WITH 2 FURNISHED RMS.;
XV old established and doing a good business:
must sell ; best of reasons for selling; see this and
you will buy. 236 Third st. '
GROCERY AND BAR FOR SALE CHEAP;
on account of other ; business; make offer: no
agents. Apply NE. cor. Pacific and Larkin sts.
<n»i f;a fruit and candy store.
«JP X \J . Hayes-st. entrance to Golden Gate Park.
WIDOW WITH MEANS WOULD LIKE A
partner in paying business. 1027 Market st.,
PRINTERS— A GOOD-PAYING JOB OFFICE
in San Francisco for sale to highest bidder: cost
$5000: first class in all respects: can clear $200 a
"month. Inquire of PALMER. 405 Sansome st.
THE 6-MILE INTERNATIONAL BICYCLE
race at San Jose last Saturday was won by
Charlie Murphy on a Humbor bicycle. The asency
for this speedy wheel is open for San Francisco,
Oakland and San Jose. Apply 523 Market St.,
room 7, until Friday morning.
COMPETENT ACCOUNTANT WOULD LIKE
\-> to invest $2000 In a bona file business, where
his services are required. Address C, box 38,
T?ORSALE,CHEAP-BRANCH BAKERY AND
J- notion store; 3 living-rooms; rent reasonable.
Call at 1745 Mission st.
RANCH BAKERY, COFFEE AND LUNCH
place; must be sold: leaving city. 26 Hayes.
pORNER SALOON, 1160 FOLSOM, COR.
V^ Eighth; sell cheap, account of sickness,
uif O^.A BUTCHER BUSINESS, SELLING 4
ifOOOTJ. to 5 beef, 30 sheep,*s hogs, 600 pounds
veal a week; all cash trade; rent $14: 4 living
rooms. Shop at 243 Fifteenth, near Mission.
GROCERY AND BAR FOR SALE CHEAP".
525 Second st.
SALE— BOARDING-HOUSE; 12 ROOMS;
X cheap. 1123 Sutter st.
<B»9FvA PARTNER WANTED ■IN ■■ EsJTaB-
<IP-jUI/. Ushed coal, hay and grain business; ref-
erencea exchanged. Address B. C, box 108, Call.
V- 1 : W s 1• a i>ER^ ROUTE FOR SALE, $375!
■I^l clears $60 month. 783y 2 Market St., room 3.
VEXING PAPER ROUTE FOR SALE. AD-
dress box 30, Call Office.-
SR9AA'- RI ; a ' rAUKANT UK ■ SALK - Kc-
<lD-j\J\J. ceiptsslotosl2day; rent $15 monthly;
account sickness. 1009 Lark in st. """""mr.
£700 CORNER GROCERY, WITH BAR;
«U7 1 W. doing splendid business; rentonlvsl2;
must be sold on account of other business. H. E..
box 30, this office.
«ft '^7 BUYS A GOOD STATIONERY. NO- !
.7 011 ' tion, candy, cigar business: established
three years; two paying agencies; sickness; de-
parture cause. 419 Turk st.
GH?- 1 ! A LOON-INQriRE~AT~THE AMER-
ICAN BREWERY, 725 Green at.
1 "M-EWLY FITTED-UP GROCERY AND BAR;
A 1 4 living-rooms. 253 Clara st.
A NUMBER OF GOOD GOLD MINES THAT
' •Tiiin'iSI 1 f'J 1 at pr)ces ranging from $10,000 to
■ Z.-V* "iV" 0 :, 1 .have good legal reports on them all.
; bTANTON «fc CO.. 331 Montgomery st., room 17.
i T^OU SALE-CHEAP; SALOON AND LODG-
jI ing-house: must be sold account of owner going
■ East. b24 Sacramento st. •
TTALF-INTEREST IN CANDY MANUFAC-
• «m l ? ry - icecream and bakery business: cheap;
' vun bear Investigation: central: rent $25. GKO.
W. H. PATTERSON & CO., 927 Market, room 420.
I PESTAURANT FOR SALE. CLOSE TO CAR-
■ gggr h^%^ggyy'°e M ; investigate. Room
FES 1 ' FISH ANI) POULTRY BUSINESS"
" 1 n « r: , CQ * a|) reilt: suitable for I good
men. 1842 Market st.
: 1500 Fo , ALE-BEST PAYING BUSI-
I vioTi^H *- neSBla San Francisco: thorough in-
. CU RTrs I r^'r I '^* 1 t0 party «n«»nJng business.
C I HI IS & IiUWLEV. Mills hlHg.. »San Francisco.
■ P^taurantTbksi' lucahu.n &£££
Breweries, Limited, 403 Market st.
; •B l IE « " p - (SOOI> BUSINESS; GOOD
reason for selling. . 1806 Howard.
' $(50n?PBAZAAR; GOOD LOCATION;
tS-ii mV * well advertJ » ed established 7 years
" bu|fne« o\ n si e^l? nBes * 125 a month : loin.? cash
' proved v-?rh $ °°° a month could be greatly im-
• nTnnh «!h h -E ro ?* r attention, owners having too
- char^« V« er bu s lness: will sell at inventory; no
: gggyc^ c^-st. or pply " lUc
1 M °\vT COXVENikNT AND Respect able!
■ •"Von «. lncbe » t er House, 44 Third at., near Market ■
■ «eek%: k sc tO * 1 . 60 per Dlßht :9160t0 $3 per
ween; free bus to and from the ferry.
" PARTNER WANTED — BUSINESS estab-
' to i'^n ?2i?. lnce IS 60 : ca P'tal required from $46,000
to »60,000. Address B. M., P. 0. box 2433. 1
fI!»CAAA CASH WILL PURCHASE A HALF
SSOOU inter st or $11,000 a whole .inter-
est in the best paying cash business in this city
located on Market st. Apply to CHAS. A. KM -
NOLD'. room 17. Crocker bidg. _^__^
LODGING-HOUSKS FOB SALE. (
O'-ROOM HOUSE AT YOUR OWN PRIOR
ZO 18 rooms; fine new furniture *i'?xj?
60 rooms to exchange for real estate ?'?„,,
80 rooms; rent $75; bargain 1.500
16 rooms, including piano 'w
6-room corner flat: central.. 400
10-room house; very central ■■■ JOU .
H. C. DECKER, 1206 Market st.,cor. Taylor.
QTENBERG, 632* MARKET, OPP. PALACE
O Hotel. rooms: half block of Market/
$700-30 rooms: half block of Market.
$1000— l. > rooms; corner: guarantee clears $80
81500—27 rooms: owner 5 years: clears $150.
$275—19 rooms: at your own price.
$250—23 rooms; city front; big bargain
S7HA 15-ROOM: MODKBN FURNITURE:
0 I yJyJ. suitable for boarding-house: on Post st.
SPECK & CO., 602 Market.
<2» 1 Pvrt ROOMING HOUSE; 13 ROOMS AND
luU. storeroom; 9 rooms occupied; also largo
basement convenient for laundry. Apply 9 Carlos
place, off O'Farrell street, near Powell. No agents.
\TOTICE-100 LODGING-HOUSES FOR SALK.
iM from $150 to $5000. STRAND & CO., 46 Third.
©9^ A LODGING - HOUSE, 10 ROOMS;
*lpZiO\J. present owner must leave city; fullest
Investigation invited. Call after 12, 1523 Polk a;.
"I Q-ROOM HOUSE, TO BE SOLD AT A BAR"
X O gain; on account of sickness. 238 Sixth st.
LEGANTLY FURNISHKD HOUSE NINE
Xi sooms: cheap. Call bet. 1 ani 6 p. m.,231
WELL-KEPT HOUSE OF 30 ROOMS. ALL ON
• » one floor; nicely furnished : good location; on
corner. Address D. C, box 105, Call Office^
<fI?QAA 16 ROOMS; CLEARING $40 PER
tiPOUv/. month: rent $30. Inquire 362 Third St.
FURNITURE FOR SALE'
-i.™ kitchen; $35. 7 Alice st., off Folsom, bet.
Tnird and Fourth. -
T?URNITURE OF FOUR BOOMS; A FINE
X range and piano; cheap. 1228 Golden Gate. -.
■f?URNITUKE OK 5 ROOMS FOR SALE
J cheap; no dealers. 214 Sixth st.
ALWAYS BEFORE SELLING SEE H. J.
LEUTHOLTZ. 120 Sutter, room 25. "
/COMPLETE OUTFIT FOR 4 ROOMS $80
\J Brussels carpet laid 45c
Heavy linoleum 40a -
Free packing and delivery across the bay. Conn-
try orders solicited. Send for circular. SHIREK«S
Kill KICK. 1310-12 Stockton st. Open evenings.
T> EDUCTIONS ON LARGE STOCK, NEW AND
XV second-hand; 400 earj^t.,, good as new; oil-
cloth, 26c; parlor suits. $19 up: linoleum. 45c: 7-
piece chamber suits, $i 4 50: cornice poles, 25c:
ranges, $6: cash or installments; goods shipped
free. T. 11. NELSON. 126 Fourth st.
/"•\L'T PRICES IS FURNITURE AND CARPETS
% ) 'hU »- o< nt Mf-CA»K'<. "tM Qsi() Mission st-
iv at., pays highest cash prices lor furniture.
CASH PRICE PAID FOB FURNITURE. JA-
COB SCHWERDT, 821 Mission, bet. 4th <fc Stn.
HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR FURNITURE,
carpets, stoves. BROWNE, 103 9th; postal.
O. KRASKY, CARPETS, PICTURES,
. folding. Iron beds, furniture; low prices: CaL
stepladder manufactd for the trade. 779 Mission.
ASH PAID FOR FURNITURE AND MER-
> chandlwe. L H. BURP AnctioneT.lo Fulton.
CARPET CL, KAN I NO.
r\ ARPETS THISRO^HT/r^cTE^N^H^AND
\J renovated same as new. a FERGUSON <fe
CO., 28 Tenth st. Telephone number, south 36.
"VTATIONAL CARPET BEATING AND RENO-
iI vating Works HAMPTON&BAILLY: laying
and altering. 313-315 Guerrero: Tel. Mission 214.
r\Yt\ STEAM CARPET-BKATINO" AND
\J Renovating Works, 38 and 40 Eighth st. G. H
STEVENS, manager. Telephone No., south 250.
HEN YOU BECOME DISGUSTED WITH
poor work send to SPAULDING'S PloncerCv
ret Beating; Works, 853-7 Tehama; tel. 80-40.
CONKLIN'S CARPET HEATING WORKS. 331
\J Golden Gate aye. : telephone ease 126.
rpHE J. K. MITCHELL CARPET-CLEANINC*
X Co. (lncorp.); old established carpet cleaning
machines: cleaning 3c yard. 230 14th, lei. 6074.
I MCQUEEN'S CARPET BEATING AND REN-
»' . ovating works. 4M xtt»venson: tei. 5228.
pianos. VIOLINS, jitc.
X^INE PIANO FOR SALE OR RENT CHEAP.
J SCHMITZ, 16 McAllister st.
CM^i GOOD SQUARE PIANO IN GOOD OR-
tjptttj. der; big bargain. 211 Larkin st.
STEINWAY, WEBKR. EMERSON, ESTEY
and numerous other standard makes of
pianos and organs are sold upon easy terms and
reasonably by .SHERMAN, CLAY & CO., Piano
house, cor. Kenrny and Sutter sts. . 7
* STEINWAY, $235; MAHOGANY PIANO,!
;^s4B; HEINE. 410 Post st. ~J
ARGAINSIN HIGH-GRADE PIANOS: EASY
■IJ payments. SCHMITZ <t CO., 16 McAllister at.
FINE STEINWAY SACRIFICED IMME-
diately for $225; splendid condition. Room
21. 809 Market st. .
OKiiAT OPPORTUNITY; FINE UPRIGHT
piano: must be exchanged for cash immedi-
ately; $140; cash will buy it to-day. Room 10,
"VfICE SQUARE PIANO; MUST BE SOLD
■li this week; price $45. Room 21. Flood bidg.
CjiAA ELEGANT UPRIGHT ROSEWOOD
»Ip 1 \J\J .for t.alesslnstallmentB. 221 Leavenwortb.
KM ME & LONG PIANO CO. HAVE RE*
moved to 735 Market st.
OJ-19^ A FINE UPRIGHT. BRUENN'B
<S?J-^tJ« Piano House, 228 Post st.
ANUFACTURERS OF GUITARS, VIOLINS,
lri mandolins, zithers, lutes, etc. '.'l7 Ellis st.
"we ARE now sole agents FOR THK
*t celebrated Knabe Piano: new styles just re-
ceived. BENJ. CURTAZ & SON. 16 O'Farrell at.
PRIGHT PIANOS FROM $100 UP. H o H-
i NUNG'JS. leading piano-bouse, 216 Post at.
C CELEBRATED BUSH & GERTS PIANOS;
J tone unsurpassed ; cases unique. A. L. BAN-
CROFT & CO., 324 Post si.
UPKRIOR VIOLINS, ZITHERS. OLD NEW
0 H. ML'LLKR, maker, repairer, 2 Latham place.
EMOVJSD— F. W. SPENCER & CO. TO 338
XV Post st., near Powell, «ole agents Conover. '
Colby and Spencer pianos. 388 Post st.
M. G. BADGER WITH KOHLER & CHASeT
26, 28 and 30 O'Farrell st.
OPEN FOR BUSINESS. * ~ "
The finest line of new pianos for rent and sals \
In San Francisco. . J. HARRY SCOTT,
„ 929 Market st., Spreckels building.
1/-ASY TERMS; LOW PRICES. KUHLKR A
BETTER. AND EASIER PLAN TO BUY A
good piano by renting. Be careful to go ta
KOHLER & CHASE'S. 28 and 30 O'Farrell su *
DECKER BROS.. STEINWAY, FISCHER AND
other tirbt-clas.i makes of pianos: little used;
cheap for cash or on easy terms. KOULjiLK <*
CHASE °-8 and 30 O'Farrbll su » • _. ; ,
A N ELEOANT~JHSpTTaY OF MANDOLIN'S, »
A guitars and banjos at MAUVAIS'. 769 Market.
YRON MAUZY, 308 post ST.— SOHMEB,"
Newby & Evans. Brlggs and other pianos.
TECK. CHICKERINO & SONS., VOSE AND
Sterling pianos sold on $10 Installments. BENJ
CURTAZ & SON, note agents. 16-20 O'Farrell su
FOR SALE— A FAST p^nyT^saddle^or
driving: cheap. Roddy's Hotel, Nebraska and
A Oft VALENCIA ST.— HEAD OF HORSES,
IZ.U property of Jesse D. Carr, Salinas, weigh-
ing from 1200 to 150) pounds: all broke, and
must be sold cheap; several matched teams. J. D.
H~ OKSES PASTURED: $2 A MONTH; GOOD
care and feed; send for circular. The Hyde
j ranch, 630 Commercial st.
I A A HORSES FOR SALE: ALSO WAGONS
I 3 tLf burgles, carts, harness: Grand Arcade Hors*
Market, 327 Sixth st. ; auction sales every- Wednas-
day. SULLIVAN A DOYLE. Auctioneers.
"I AA SETS SECOND-HAND HARNESS; ALL
X.\J\J kinds; second-hand wagons, buggy, carts:
also 20 chean horses. Fifteenth and Valencia its.
WAUO.vi A-^li UAUliiAli£S,
STYLISH LIGHT TOP BUGGY, POLE AND
double harness for sale cheap. 420 Bartlett St.,
between Twenty-fifth and Twenty -sixth.
"AGONS, CARTS. HARNESS, ETC., CHEAP
'T at EGAN'S, 21 17 Mission; wagon wanted.
WAGONS $50. BUGGIES $75, HARNESS $8,
carts $15. CiU. Carriage Co.. SB-? Fremont.
FOB SALIS-MISCJiJH.AN.KOI;!*. ~~.
SELLING OUTSAT^ A BARG AIN— THE " EN-
tire stock of rattan chairs, rockers, stools,
stands, tables, etc., now at 2004 Howard St., near -.
Sixteenth; must "be sold in 30 days. By order of
California Rattan Co., wholesale, 61 First st. ; no
dealers. 9Sj3Si ° "
THIRST-CLASS WHITE SEWING MACHINE,
J good as new; all improvements. 219 Clara st.
©Orn SLOOP YACHT) 27xllT~APPLY 1548
is*L.O\J. Park St., Alameda. o
SUITS. ■ JEWELRY, DIAMONDS. ETC.. ON
easy Installments. 118 Grant aye., room 7.
OTS OF BRICKS AND LUMBER AT OLD
i sugar refinery, Bth and Harrison. J. MOORE.
TUST FORFEITED 2 UPRIGHT PIANOS, 1
O fine guitar, 8 gents' and 8 ladies' fine gold.
watches, and 4 pairs of diamond earrings all for
ys original cost. UNCLE HARRIS, 15 Gran t a ye.
LL MAKES OF TYPEWRITERS BOUGHT
XV and sold. S. F. Typewriter Ex., 310 California.
ONE SMALL MEDIUM AND LARGE SIZE"
fire and burglar proof safe. 221, 223 Market su
TVT ATIO N A L CASH REGISTER, SAFE."
-L> scale, letter-press, desk : cheap. 102 Clay st..
I\JEW RANOE3 CHEAPER THAN SECOND-"
i> hand. W. S. RAY Mfg Co., 12 California ,£.
Cl OUNTE It S, SHELVING. SHOWCASES
'bomhtimdsgld XUIKUukM beu 7th »uatt^