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SOME DOINGS IN SOCIETY.
Weddings and Engagements
Among Well-Known Peo
ple Announced.
GUNST lOS ANGELES PARTY.
Meeting of the Saturday Night Dancing
Class— Banquet to Dr.
Caglicri.
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Gunst took a party
of friend.s to Los Angeles early last week.
Tliey will travel through tho south
ern part of the Slate and the trip is ex
pected to take a fortnight. They were ac
companiea by Miss May Colmstn, Miss
Rose Cohen. Charles Hechelberg, Jacob
Wettheimer and John Merriam.
The Saturday-night dancing class had
another delightful meeting at Lunt's
on Polk street, on Saturday evening last.
The cotillon was led by Lieutenant W. It.
Sraedberg and Miss Hines oi .Honolulu.
The invited guests included: Miss Clara
Huntington, iliss Leontine Biakeman,
Miss Hobart, Miss Rose Hooper, Miss
Laura Bates. Miss Ethel Keeney, Miss
Fiora Dean, Miss Blackman.
Mrs. Thomas Irvine was tendered a
r.leasant birthday social at the residence
of her sister-in-law, Mrs. James Cheetham.
1822] Mason street, on the evening of the
20th inst. Music, dancinu and parlor
james were in order until a late hour, after
which a dainiy repast was served by tho genial
hostess. .Mrs. Irvine's guests were: Csl.
Green, Janics Mathias, Albert Cheetham, Davi.i
j jsher Jr., Miss Mamie Urquhart, Miss Glßdy*
Urqoiiart, Miss Cora Severance. Miss Pearl
,S?veranc» anil Mr. and Mrs. Mathias Lewis.
The Dry Goods Men's Association held its
annual lneetiug for the installation of ofiicers
on the 24st inst., the occasion calling out a ;
large nujnber of members. R. i. Wilson, tne
first csidentol ihe association, installed the
oifirvrs for the ensuing term, all of whom
served during the preceding year and were re
flected. Au entertainment vri!l be given at
the next regular meeting, to he held on No
vember f> by the niecibsrs, uiid ior members
only.
Last Saturday evening a banquet was ten
j.Trl to ex-Captain Joseph Mahoney by the
members of Company I), L. C. C. The evening
was plessantiy spent, and many toasts were
offered and responded to. The table was hand
somely decorated *nd the men;i excellent.
Wednesday at noon the wedding of James V.
Collins of the Postottiee Department and Miss
Mary K. Hayden, daughter of Judge Harden of
Tiburou, wai solemnized at St. Marys Cathe
dral.
A surprise party was givec to Will inner
Saturday evening at hL-s residence, 2341 How
ard street, by his friends. The evening was
pleasantly spent with music, games, etc.
Among those present were: Miss X. Barrows,
Miss G. Jackson, Miss C. Schneider, Miss A.
Guilew, Miss M. Cacciar!, Miss A. Minner, Miss
>. Minner, Miss L. Minner, Miss B. Boyd, Miss
P. Bush, Miss R. Wilkins, Miss P. Winters, A.
MeElroy, P. Cunningham. F. Dougherty, T.
Dougherty, B. Minner, J. Uonway. T. Crim
jnins, P. Sweeney, L. Flanders, R. Jordan, J.
Curlev, J- MoCarty. jBrfSH
Mrs. George B. Tingley gave a reception to
her lady friends at her home, 501 Harrison
street, last Saturday afternoon, which was
largely attenaed. She was assisted in receiv
ing her guests by her daughters, Mrs. Ludlum
and Mrs. Lawrence. Mrs. Tiugley was one of
ihe representative ladies of the old Southern
regime, and received her friends with all the
grace and cordiality of former times, ninny of
her guests, too, being members of the old fam
ilies of Kentucky, Virginia nn£. New York.
The parlors were beautifully decorated with
chrysanthemums, smilax and palms, while on
the wall were trophies of the war of 1812, at
testing to the patriotism of Mr-. Tingiey's an
( estors and the part taten by them in upholding
our beloved country; The iadics were treated
to a glimpse of the wedding dress worn by the
hostess so many years ago, which gave mute
evidence that ' fashions like history repeat
themtelves. Refreshments were served in the
diiiing-room by the granddaughters of Mrs.
Ludlum, Miss Constance Lawrence and Miss
Ludlum.
Dr. G. Caglieri, a bright young member of
the Italian colony and a native of San Fran
cisco, was tendered a reception and banquet
by hi 1 ? friends on the occasion of his return
from Kurope Wednesday nignt. He* has been
Mudying medicine abroad for '.hreo years past.
Previously he graduated iroir. the medical de
partment of the Lnirersitv o: California. He
urns home with several additional diplomas,
among them one Irom ihe Royal College of
Physicians and Surgeons ot London.
The banquet was a sumptuous aifair. Dr.
Pcscia presided, and the Kiiest of the evening
bat on his right.
Those ptesent were: Dr. G. Caglieri, Dr.
Pescia. .1. Sala, Dr. V. Vaccari, G. Jaccheri, I .
Micheletti, Dr. C Barsotti, £. C. Valmieri, F.
Arata, G. Cadenasso, C. Cevasco. Avo. K. Mors
of LaVoce. Ing. E. Patfizi of j.'ltalia, G. B.
Oevasco, Chev. J. Calegaris, A. Gberini, Pro
fessor F. Seregni, P. C Rossi. Cf; B. Lavaggi, F.
Cavagnaro, M. tana. L. Demartini, G. Cnneo,
G. Coste, A. Chicchizoia, Aw. J. A. Bpinetti, A.
bbar'ooro.
The wedding ceremony of Louis Levy to Miss
Belle Goldman, daujrluer of Mr. and Mrs. I. A.
dman, wns performed at (5 o'clock on Tues
day evening Inst at Ihe residence of the bride's
parents,' La;una street, in the presence of
a large number of Iriends and relative*, iho
Rev. Rabbi Fryer otliciatins. The uride was
attended by her maid of iionor, Miss Carrie
Goldman, and bridesmaids Miss Amy Si.-in
nicn and Miss Hilda Kline, while Sigmund
j.«-. y acted as best man ior the groom. The
ushers were Solomon Levy, Samuel Golilinan
Bvnd Louis Goldman. The ceremony was per
formed while the couple stood under a iioral
canopy in the main parlors, which were hand
somely adorned with flowers and ferns. After
congratulations h*i<l been extended to. tho
happy couple the jruosts were invited to par
take of supper, following which dancing was
Inaugurated aud continued until a late hour.
Mr. and Mrs. Levy lelt next morning for a tour
through the soutnern part of tlie State.
The engagement is announced oi Miss Belle
Grant, eldest daughter of, Charles W. Grant, to
Edward Pond. Miss Grant i: noted for .her wit
and brightness, She is quite pretty, and hna
many charming qoalltfsa of character which
mHk . her universally popular. Tne wedding
is sf t for the near future.
The engaeement is announced- of Miss Cecelia
Levy, daughter of .1. Levy, to J. Israel, both or
this City. They will receive Sunday, December
1. from '2 to r> o'clock, at IHl9',£ Post street.
Mr. and Mrs. C. I. Troy announce the -mar
riage ceremony oi their daughter, Agnes Ger
aldinc. to Francis C. Walsh, to take place this
evening at Siicred Heart Church.
Several prominent ladies of the Mission,
nraon({ whom are Kn. Carlston Hobbs, .Mrs.
Robert Taylor and Mrs. Clarke, are working
very hard to insure the suecessof the Christ
mas bazaar for the benefit of the second Uni
tarian Church. It is to be held in the church
parlors, corner Capp and Twentieth streets,
afternoons and evenings of December 5 and
0, and admission will be free. Special atten
tion has been paid to the kerainic table, and
the ladies have made an effort to have h vari
ety of useful and fancy articles, which will be
sold at prices to suit the time*.
Zeta Chapter, Delta Sigma Delta Fraternity,
will give a dance In the maple room of the
Palace Hotel on Friday evruing, December 6.
The P. D. C. will hold their rifry-thlrd party
at Odd Fellows' Hall on Tuesday evening, the
2d proximo.
Court Golden Gate Social Club will entertain
their friends on Thursday evening at Odd Fel
lows' Hall with a grand ball.
Mr. Andrew Bogart will give a second Bong
recital in the maple room at the Palace Hotel
ihis evening.
. Personals.
Mrs. Pullman, wife of George M. Pullman of
Chicago, is at the Palace Hotel. '
Mrs. J.M. Cunningham has reached Chicago,
and is at the Auditorium.
Mr. and Mrs. George -A. J'ope have returned
from the East. .; .
Will A. Powuing of Oakland has returned
from Europe, where he has been for a year and
a half. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A.
Powning, are with him at the Palace Hotel.
Mr. Charles Rollo Peters, the artist, has re
turned from Europe after an absence of about
four years, and will establish himself in a
etudio at Montercv.
Miss Lottie Saalburg has removed to 1824
lidny street.
•Mr.- and Mrs. J. Abraras and family, who
have arrived home from an extended European
tour of nearly three years, are 'stopping at
2911 Pine street. :
, Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Smllh, after several
•winters' absence, have returned*., and will
occupy their residence itt 2311 Clay street.
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Gosliner * have removed
from Sutler street to IS2<l Eddy. A', home
Thursdays. ________________
A Car Blockade in Buffalo.
A handsome yoaog woman ran across
Main street yesterday afternoon just ahead
of a north- bound Cold Spring car. As sue
passed the lynx-eyed motorman saw some
thing drop from her dress and fail directly
on the rail of the down track. It may be
supposed that the motorman, who was a
very innocent-looking youth, did not know
what it was. At any rate he stopped his
car and Resticulated" wildly to the motor
man of the down car to stop also. Then he
whistled and called to attract the attention
of the woman to the fact that she had lost
something. He was a conscientious motor
man. He did not propose to let the cars of
Buffalo Railway Company run over prop
erty and destroy it if he could help it. A
callant younir. man who was walking out
to take the car ran around the front and
picked up the object, which was the cause
of the motor-man's solicitude. He did not
follow the loser to return it to her, how
ever. In fact, it would have been hard
work for him to have overtaken her, for as
soon as he had picked it up she rushed
around the nearest corner and was making
the best possible efforts to disappear.
The object was a brown silk garter with
a nickel buckle. Thus it happened that
one little garter blockaded the whole
Buffalo streetcar system. — Buffalo Ex
press.
• » •
BRAVE LITTLE GIRL.
Three-Year-Old Minnie Hales Tries to
Save Her Sister's Life.
Bright and pretty two-year-old Lizzie
Bales, who at noon yesterday was as
playful and strong as a mother's heari,
could wish, 13 now lying at the point of
death at the City Hospital, and the tender
flesh lias sloughed from several places on
her little body, the result of most frightful
burns Saturday afternoon about 2
o'clock Lizzie and her little sister, Minnie,
3 years old, were in the Kitchen, en
joying their customary -(imp, after their
noonday meal. Little Lizzie presently
found a newspaper, and, tearing it into
bits, she thrust the pieces through the
grate of the kitchen stove and watched
them burn. One piece fell to the floor,
and, touching her calico dress, ignited it.
In an instant she was wrapped in flames.
Her brave little sister comprehended the
terrible situation on the instant. Without
a moment's hesitation she began the task
of beating out the flames, unmindful of the
dancer which she herself was running, and
paying no heed to the intense pain result
ing to her own small and tender iiands
from the contact with the blaze, she stuck
phickily to her task until she had extin
guished the liamep.
When the frightened mother came to
the rescue of her children there was the
older daughter down on the floor putting
out the flames with a courage' that would
do honor to the strongest of men. It was
a remarkable instance of a child's bravery,
and it is no fault of Minnie's that the con
dition of her sister is so serious.
When the flames began to ascend the
light dress of the unfortunate child, and
the (ire came in contact with her young
and tender flesh, her screams of ancuish
were piteous in the extreme and her little
face was distorted with pain. Before her
sis:er could beat out the fire Lizzie's body
was a mass of burns, and the flesh from
her hands and legs all raw and blistered.
Lizzie's agonized cries of pain and Min
nie's frantic cries for help reached the j
mother, who had stepped out of the house \
for a few moments. Rushing in and see
ing what had occurred she grasped her !
babe in her arms and ran to the Nortu End j
Dispensary, where Dr. S. A. Peake, the
physician in charge, did all that was pos
sible to ease the pains of the sufferer.
He found that she was a solid mass of
burns from head to foot. The flesh was
literally burned off her hands and limbs.
Her entire body was in a frightful condi
tion, as was her head and face. Her hair j
was entirely burned off. Her sufferings I
were awful and the doctors experienced !
gr^at difficulty in temporarily bandaging
the child because of her violent struggles.
All that could be done to ease her was
accomplished, and Lizzie was removed to
j the City Hospital, where her death is
| honrlv expected.
Dr. Peake, who is accustomed to seeing
such sights, says he never saw a worse
burn. Lizzie is the youngest child of
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bales, who live
at 823 Destrehan street. Mr. Bales is
a moJder employed at the stove foun
dry of Bridge ft Beach, at 501 South Main
street. The information of the deplorable
affair was telephoned to iiim and he
hastened home to render ail the assistance
possible. — St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
HIS PUNERAL.
A Topeka Man's rrecautionfi Against
Mortuary Chestnuts.
A Topeka man of a practical turn of
mind has made a will regulating his own ;
funeral. A friend, who is a parson, is to]
come from a distance and say a prayer.!
Another friend, v.-ho is not a parson, not i
even a church member, is to make a short ;
talk. Another friend, v.'ho is a woman and !
a sweet si:i£^r, is to request three musical
friends — another woman and two men — to
join her in sinjrin^ appropriate hymns,
while another friend, a young fellow who
learned the ke3'board while "on the road"
I for a music-boose, is to preside at the or
gan.
The undertaker is not to wear a pluc hat,
or a big diamond stud, or a dressy Prince
Albert coat, or in any manner to appear as
i if he had snatched a moment from a ban
quet to bnry the dead. He is to be modest
! and humble, gmng the corpse a chance
j for public attention — its last chance. The
j pallbearers are not to be labeled. They
! wiD be distinguishable from the corpse by
the fact that they will be alive, and their
duties will be understood without wearing
a printed sign. They must be good fel
lows, too, bright fellows, and they are re
quested to beguile the way to the grave
with cheerfui anecdotes of their dead
j friend.
None of them may wear gloves—under
j takers' gloves are 30 starchy and stuffy—
and a man whose hands sweat is barred.
I It tarnishes the handles of the cotfin.
\ Grips and signs, swordn. feathers and
bands are prohibited. The parson who
shall say the first prayer shall say the last,
and "sprigs of myrtle" or "acacia" are for
bidden. The pall bearers are to line up
and witness the liual closing of the grave.
All the funeral arrangements are to be in
charge of another friend, a woman, who
.shall comfort the family and see that
chumps keep away from the house; that
j the brownies be not permitted to ":>it up
I with the corpse.'
She shall receive flowers, if any, friends
may bring in, return thanks for them in
writing and request the newspapers not to
call them "iioral offerings." She shall also
detach cards from these pre'.ty reniem
bianccs and preserve them for tne family. ,
The coffin, it shall not be called a "cas
ket," must not wear the appearance of a
floral bargain-counter. That moss-grown
title head, "The Last Sad Rites," must not
appear over the newspaper accounts of the
funeral, and, having done this last kind
I service in fairly good English and short
sentences, city editors are requested to
turn again their attention to life and the
beautiful world, leaving the dead man to
make his own way across the dark river.—
Kansas City Star.
HOTEL AERIVALS.
LICK HOUSE.
It T Hat field. Sacto Miss M Price. Stockton
.1 Lawrence, Mtn View E M Ehrhorn, MtnVlew ■'■
L T Cowie, I>os Angeles . A W Ehrhori), Mtn View
J T Brown, Berk* ley L W Jullianl. Sta Rosa
.1 I' Adansa.'Brrkeley F St .1 Fox, Stanford
W A Jones Ji w . sn Raf G I) Allmin, Oakland
\V V Detcrt, ZeilaMine <i C Freeman, Fresno
J B PnmctS, Jackson , Wiss A B K.irr. MnrvsYlll
W A Howe & w, II! F A Berg, Marysvilie r.
B Gamuer, mi;: Jose - C C Schneider, san Jose
L <;eorp;e. San Jose ; J H Corcoran &w. Cal
ilrsJit Brawl<>y,stanfrd J L Hudner. Holllster .
Miss Brawley. Stanford ' C R Jones, BerKeley '
Miss B Brawley.Stanird C W Neal A w. Alameda
Misa Martin, Stanford - O A Siory -V. w, Sausallto
II A Woo I. Staiiford ■3 . V Schaefer, Chicago .
MisaMMc;r;tosli,staiifrrt C E Janois, Vancouver
MhsßMctntosli.Stanfrd X C Klumpf, Alameda
P U Downing. Stanford ' W Magill, sc Louis
J Jacobs, Hanfnjii '. J M Manon, Berkeley
Miss Johnson, fc-an Jose .1 Macliev, >acto
E s Ho!-1en, Mt Jianiilln .1 C Williams, Oakland
C Steenbernh «k w, Qai ; M S Ingels, vi
Miss X Kllburn.S.ocktn. W Bradford, Cal • '/-
Miss MKilburn.Stocktn Jf (ladeiifi-id, Cal ,'■-'
H Cosgrlff. Cal ■ Miss s Smith, Stockton
Dr J J Hokkii, Mill Val ; Miss A Kafit/, Stockton
J T York, Napa- = Miss M Kr.fltz, Stockton
E N Bullock, Stanford Miss Kllburn, JVewmnn
i: R Bullock, Stanford ,
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1895.
GRAND HOTEL. .
H V Krafton <fc wf, Wat- H Copeland & wf, Ii Ang
sonvllle B F stone, Modesto «
N X Leek, Modesto M F Odell, Sacramento
G Egan. Sacramento \V Manning, San Jose
G BlocklinKer, USK J C Edwards, Ottawa
J Woodburn, Sacto W L Duden. Sacramento
J H Dye, Chicago G X Williams, Mass
-Miss M Duffey, Cal O \V Browning, Wrand Is
0 A .Nelson, Sacramento H Wllkins, San Rafael
1£ L Johnson, Napa J J Dwyer, Sacramento
X .T Cole, Sarramento TB Kverett, Saeto
P Davis. Coulterville L R Spencer. Santa Rosa
J B JMunnls, ,<-ta Rosa O B Kaetzel, Stanford
G F McKoble, stocktou O Cooper. Belraoat
' It s Seebree, Belmont T F Brown, Belmont
! A Hart. Xapa V," E Spencer, Stauford
j s J Lnbiu, Siieto J L Whitbeck, Oregon
■1* P Gosbiv, San Joie W G Durfee, Los Angeles
.T E Miller, Baltimore J B Slilexar. Ohio
J B Coyle, Oakland E Lewis, Cal
W Bradford, Or W V Freeman, Oakland
1 Cohen, Sacto J Pettißre>v, Cal
J Morris, Sacto W I) -McKenney, Red Bit
A M. Connnon xfc w, Cal Hiss M C Kuiniworth, sto
C J Connor Jr, Sacto N O Roth, Santa Monica
X A Ross vfe wf, Stanford Miss M Scotl.San Josa
Miss S Thompson, Cal Jl Z Osborne Jr. Stanford
F W Kami. St.-iurord | Miss S C Gillis, Stanford
B Barnes <fe wf, Stanford Miss A Hatch. Stanford
Miss *h-of, Stanford Miss \V Harper, Stanford
! Miss Doherty L'hote, Cal MissL Ash iniry. Stanford
I H II Meyer, Healdsburg J Stack, Heoidsburg
| L Q Fauikner, Berkeley J X Jackson, Los Angeles
G C. Baker, LosAn^eles J 1* Grozier. Mass
C L Rugglos & wf, Stkn Miss L Ruggles, Stockton
Miss L Audriance. Stkn B Audriance, Stockton
FCllerrmun vt wf.SJose Mrs E O'Neill, Soquel
J s Hilliard. Kvnnston Mrs E Baker, Stanford
I B Baker, Stanford R M Sharp, San Jose
I Atiuusc Hunt, Stanford Bessie X Perry, San Diego
! W I' jMcl'aull, Uklah L IJart, San Jose
Miss R Hart, San Jose Miss B Hart, San Jose
C M Hartley, Vacavllle II JlJonesifewf.Cloveraale
ii C Booth, Barbara Mrs Tully, Los Angeles
Miss Taylor. Los Angeles P A Dlusmore, San Jose
W H McCianr, San Jose X H Gri^gs.StanfordUniv
I) O Hanelsou, Vlsalla II Shoemaker, Stanford
E L Powell, Stanford \V W Thomas. Portland
MissCFLesley.Staiiford Miss E Collins, Stanford
A S Eersrusun, Stanford A J Hinds, Saiua Cruz
E M WiLson it w,Va!lejo A B McKenzie, iMartinez
R C Jones. Berkeley Grace Johnson, Berkeley
W W Black & w.Hollister H R Duitlii, Los ArißCles
| W E Bowman «k w. Sac Ci Edgar, Sacramento
M F Oatii, Sacramento
PALACE HOTKL.
J Haslacher, Oakdale S Haslacher, Oakdale
W P Dudley, Stanford Th<»s banders, Seattle
W R Guflin, S V I'Mockenhaupt, Chicago
B C Wenvreich, Sacto G G Bennett <fe w, S D
W P Smith, Nevada A .1 Norman, Boston
H r Pearson, Stanford L J Beedy, Stanford
X C Burbank. Stanford B Johnston, Stanford
Clias stiller, Stanfonl J O Watson, Stanford
1> Jordan, wife d, SianfnlJ M Angmus, Stanford
11 R Plate, Stanford O Eflmunds, Stanford
Miss ti McMilan.Stunfrd.Mins May Zmie, Stanford
Mrs Woou. Stanford «-' Jordaii, Stanionl
F Keisling, Stanford J B McDowell, Stanford
ii.i Meyers, Btanford C V,' lloiißsori, Stanford
! It D Leppo, Stanford I Burllneame, Seattle
I F H Brown. Stanford J J> smith, Livermore
iC B Rudham, staniord A Abbott, Mexico
j M. L Auifpnser, Stanford A V Schubert, Stanford
| Frand Allyii, Staniord E P Rithet, San Rafael
!J A Kllhet, San Rarael A D Simpson, V
W F Workman, Stanfrd L S Mure, Stanford
!G F Bartlett, Stanford EJi Zlon, Stanford
Crow, Stanford Jl Launhlin Jr, Stanford
I y H Williams, Stanford Mrs L >pnuldint;. Stantrtl
j M A Williams, Stanford C II Hanson, Los Aiig
I <;e<> Hansrn, Los Anc E A Ross. Stanford .
;J A Heinzc, Montaua G F Howard, Stanford
j X C Dunniiii;, Stanford E J Marx, New York
| II J Dond it w, Portland T A Dean. Chicago
IJi I 1 Winslow. Keswick I' P Marx, Nap.a
| J H Thompson. Stocktn J' CGay, Los Ana:
iW W Kemp, Stanford E James, Stanford
t; T Swasey. Centralia C Q Decker, Stanford
| G Brelher, Stanford J G Yocum, Stanford
F Clift. Stanford H R Raynos, Vreka
O J Smith, Sonora T P Spitz. M V
II M Hough, st Louis \V Breustedt, Texas
X FGritlin, S V C P Curtlti, Stanford
A Gartenlanb, Fresno Miss M Daunt, London
Miss Brunston, Stanford Miss Dully, Stanford
J Schredl. San Jose B E Page, Stanford
Mr Chapman. Stanford Miss Coman, Stanford
Miss Jones, Stanford M:s< Coxhead, Stanford
E W >erl, Stanford Miss Hume, Stanford
Miss F.dwards. Stanford L R H Brown. Stanfonl
G Terrell, Stanford A M Cathcart, Stanford
O V Eaton, Stanford
BALDWIN HOTEL.
G Henderson & wf.StOck W E Blamke, Sacto
F J Kinsey. Vallejo K\V Newell, Stockton
J T Tlarmes. Sacto • F P Hellurs, Alvarado
C Gregory, ilodesto A N Chambers, OuKland
R Ransomp, Oakland S Enßlend<»r,Mare Island
.I [O Murries. Vallejo •LG Bethel. Yallejo
j Dyers, San Mateo G 0 Randel. San Mateo
C D Jones, Berkeley W S R"ed. Stockton
J>r Emerson, Coultervile W s Robin, New York
II HorTmun <fc wf, Chicgo E W Evans, I. Angeles
Mrs X Caleart, San Jose J E Martin, st Cialre
J L Brough «fc wf, Vallejo H Islip, Monterey
ll Crosby, Centerville W s Robin, Centerville
P C l'enely iV: wf, Vallejo L A Liiiuliart, Livermore
J Q Hofl'man. Chicago G X Grimell, Io»va
NEW WESTERN HOTEL.
J Vleman, Centprville J W Flynn «fe w, N V
F Broshad & w. N V W II Lynn «fe w, San Jose
J A Raschell, Portland N A Springer, Michigan
I) HePdman, llichisan W Tecnnne, Portland
T Rourke, l'ortland Jt McDonald, Portland
M McDonald, Chicago J Williams, olympia
X Preechtl. Vallejo H Hart, Boston
J Saiithnict. Maytick J J Harrinston, Maytick
A de Smet, Oakland W D Barney, Oakland
A S Adams, Chicago ' E Caiey, Boston
| John Ford, Boston
SAN FRANCISCO "CALL."
BT7BINESS OFFICE of the San FrancUco CAM/—
«T3P Unrket street, open until 12 o'ciock every
DJffct in year.
BRA^•CH OFFICES— Montgomery street,
ecrrerCli\y: #pen until 9:30 clock.
fft Hayes street, open until 9:30 o'clocfc
. 718 Larkin i>treet, open until 9:30 o'clock.
SW. corner Bixteeiitli and Mlb*ou street* opea
trtll 'o'clock.
£ElßMlsslon street, opi>n until fl o'clock.
116 Math etreet, open nntl! 9:30 o'clock.
NOTICE OF MKJiTJNUS.
H_gf YERBA BUEXA LODGE OF PER- *uy
eKe? fection No. 6— Regular meeting THIH ]J
(FRIDA r ) EVENING. November 29. a.lB f\
o'clock. Degree 14. mPVi
UKO. J. HOBK, Secretary. '*»-*'
EK=_pCALIKORy A COMMANDKBY No! V~
K^ ], K. T.- Regular assembly Tllis«jg|B
(FRIDAY) EVENI.\.-. November 29, nt B^l
7:30 o'clpck. Masonic Temple, Pest and ne&
Montgomery stree.s. All Sir Knights are y^
cordially Invited. MATTERS OF SPECIAL IN-
TEREST. Hyorlerof
BIR REUBEN P. HURLBUT, Em. Com.
; Sm Hiram T. Graves. Recorder.
Et^= MISSION I.oni.E NO. 189, f. j[
i Ef-* anrt A. Ofllcers and members
arc hereby notitied to attend the funeral of '«f jfP
our deceased brother, WINFIELD W. /-HrV
BRUGH (late a member of San Joaqu^n Lodtre No.
I 19, Stockton. Cal.), from Masonic Temple/i'IUS
! I>AY (Friday), at. 1:30 p. ji. By order of the
W. M. C. D. BUNKER, Secretary.
|Ks> MASONIC; HALL ASSOCIATION—
gE-C Stockholders' meeting— is hereby
given that the annual meeting of the stockholders
of the -Masonic; HALL association of the
! city of San Francisco for the election of nine
I trustees and a treasurer will be held in the Masonic
I Temple, In the city of San Francisco, on MON-
DAY, the 2(1 day of December, 1895. Polls will be
open from 12 v. until 3 p. m.
■ GEORGE JOHNSON, Secretary.
I ft^S= ANNUAL ICETING— TH X REG ULAR
'> J^ . annual meetinK of the stockholders of the
i Mutual Electric LIkIU Company will bo held at the
oltice of the company. 617 Howard st», San Fran-
cisco, California/on MONDAY, the second day of
December, 1895, at the hour of ]0::S0 o'clock m.,
lor the purpose of electing a Board of Directors to
serve for the ensuing year and tl:>? transaction of
sucli other business as may come bpfore the meet-
ing. Transfer-books will close on Friday, Novem-
ber 29, 1895, at 3 o'clock P. M.
;,. *• w JAMES FISHER, Secretary.
SPKCIAL, NOTJCKS.'
n^^^^o^NsnßEiro^ETTwTraolH'k^riTK
CF-^ Chiropodlc Institute, room '22, 906 Market.
CORNS, INGROWING NAILS, SUCCESS-
iS^ fully treated. DR. LLOYD, Lurlinc Baths.
A G GG E L,M A SSA GE A SWEDISH
EF-S' movements: at home or institute. 315 Geary.
! of_ss= MRS. V.OBB, 1035 MARKET ST., ROOM
tS^» r 8, second floor; genuine massage treatment.
DR. JOS. BAYER. 346 RUTTEK ST.— l to 3
EtiS 1 7 to 8 p.m. ; residencel43l Webster
3J_^» BAD TENANTS EJECTED FOR $4.
at^r rolloctlons made, city or country. Pacific '
Collection Co.. 415 Montsy st.. roomC, Tel. 6580.
I Hf^if* WINDOWS CLEANED 1 AND FLOORS
w-2e^ scrubbed; reasonable rates: payment for
damages cuaranteed. C. ROSSI & CO., 242 Sntter.
_-3P» BRIQHT'3 DISEASE AND DIABETES
S»^^ can be cured, even In the advanced s ages,
by FULTON'S Radical Remedies: sold at omce,
18X1 Market St. ; hours, 10 a. m. to 4p. »r.
BP3SF ROOM.S WHITENED. $1 UP: PAPKK-
iSCe' ed $3 50 uo.: 317 V«. Third. Ueorse Hartman.
Ef_ss» COLLECTIONS: TENANTS; EJECTED,
Cfc-^IMO: COBUPWM. 420 Montgompry. rm. 20.
SJXLATIONS WANIEO-KKMAI,E.
WEDIsn AND GERMAN ENPLO YMENT
olllce. 11 Va Antonia St., oft Jones, near Ellis.
SITUAfIONSWANTKD BY FIRST-CLASS
cooks, laundresses, nurses, waitresses ami girls
of every nationality, at LEON ANDRE'S. 315
Btockton. : . :-■ _ . .
ERMAN <IIKL WANTS, SITUATION IN A
, German family to do plain cco'<ing anil cenrral
housework ; wazes not under 20. Apply 232
Shotwell st. ■'■_______ _
GERMAN GIRL DESIKEST. POSITION IN
l>riva!e family: is able to take full charge of
general hout>ework. . Call 1550 Folsom St., corner
Twelfth; ring sidt; bell. . \ --:.-'•'- ;• - •'. ;-'.:
TTkuXblK <1 1 XL WISHES A SITU ATION TO
J.V do ' igh: housework : wages $8 to 10. Apply
434»4 Clementina stre?t. „ v
YOUNG GERMAN WOMAN WITH A CHILD
■ I 1 year old wishes a situation; city or country.
Address New Atlantic Hotel, 207 Montgomery
avenue. -,•--■. -.-•■. ■. ■_■''.''■ ■'■■■: .' - ■••■ ; .'
s firpv nTTo cr m alsTnv o jia3T\va t PLACE
-I for cooking and general housework. 523 Second,
roar. ; - ■>• '.■...■..'.■;:.:■■.'.:
p ERMAN WOMAN, EXPERIENCED COOK,
vT wnn's a situation; city or>country. Address
MRS. B.; Call Branch OlHce. 339 Hayes st. :.. :
• I■ N 6~W OMAN, LATELY FROM THE EAST,
1 wishes . situation to do any kind of work. Call
oraddress'Jl Hnbhartl st. ' -.-■";■ „ , : .'
OOD. KIND NURSE WISHES SITUATION
\Ju nurse to an Invalid. Call or ad. 223 Va Powell. ;
- SITUATIONS "WANTED— Contlnned^^
"VITANTED— BY A YOUNG LADY WHO CAN
»» give the best of references situation plain
housework ; ■ good laundress. "' Address 517 Fourth
St., Oakland. . '\
RESSMAKER, GOOD FITTER, would
like few more engagements: 76 cents a day and
lunch. Address W. M.. box 71. this office^
"IVriDOW^WOULD LIKE POSITION TO TAKE
*T charae of lodging-honse or small family. I Ap-
ply at 230 Turk st. '
EXPERIENCED WOMAN WANTS A POSl-
tion to care for young children or baby from its
birth; is a goon seamstress; best references. Call
or address 2933 Jackson st. :
IDDLE -AGED WIDOW, FIRST-CLASS per-
son, desires position es hous3keeper in gooJ
family; thoroughly competent to superintend or
manage any establishment. Apply 638 McAllister.
yOUKG LADY WANTS PLACE AS HOUSE-
X keeper, cr office work. 203 Powell St., room 5.
ADY WOULD LIKE mending o"rT»latn
J sewing; gentlemen's clothing a specialty. 737
Howard st., room 33. -.
MBROIDEKING SUSPENDERS AND MUF-
SU fiers a specialty. 105 Stockton, first floor, r. 22.
ADY WOULD LIKE MENDING OR PLAIN
X.J sewing; gents' clothing a specialty. 963 Mis-
sion St., at room 9, first floor.
"\rOUNG GIRL JUST FROM THE COUNTRY,
X having city experience, would like a place to do
general housework; wages $12 to $16. Apply 26
Sixth st., room 16. .
W~~ IN CHESTER HOUSE. 44 TH IRD ST., NR.
»T Market; 200 rooms ; 25c to Xl 50 per night;
$1 50 to $6 per week; convenient and respectable;
free bus to and from the ferry. : /
'IfXPERIENCED YOUNG LADY WANTS PO-
XJ ion as housekeeper. Call 601 Post St.. room
25, second floor.
rpwo SISTERS, FIRST-CLASS DRESSMAK-
-1 ers, would like few more engagements; finish
dress in a day; $4. Address 923 i/ Pacific st.
WINCH HOUSE, 44 THIRD ST., NR.
Market; electric lights in every room: 200
rooms; 26c to $150 per night: $150 to $6 per
week : free nus to and from th<» ferry.
wanted -»ial».
Pc. g. COoi^i^sTjcT^Rjßl^rsllEii'coOKsT
. all branches: shortest notice. 14 Geary.
ITUATION. WANTED by young MAN;
can do housework, attend to horses, etc.; refer-
ences If required : wages no object. Address R. J.,
box 150, Call Office.
OACHMAN, THOROUGHLY EXPE-
rienced in care and driving horses; good gar-
dener and milker: handy with tools: • b«st of ref-
erences. Address S. A., box 74, this office.
ST-CLASS CARPENTER CABINET-
X maker; can lay out buildings: mill work and
stairs: wants employment; city or country; wages
reasonable. Address A. BRAND, 205 Ninth st.
SINGLE MAN OF 40, STEADY, SOBER AND
reliable, wants employment. Address Relia-
ble. box 23, Call Office, Oakland.
SOB MIDDLE-AGED MAN, STRONG,
'willing, used to horses, garden, wants work in
private family: good plain cook; useful in general:
small wases for good place. Address J. H., 116
Berry st., San Francisco.
(1 \RDENER (GERMAN) DESIRES EMPLO Y-
X ment: can milk and is willing to do general
housework: can furnish city references. Please
address E. \V.. 724 Mission st.
BA X R - SITUATION WA NTED ; GOJD
bench liand ; willing worker and wages reason-
able: on bread or calces. Address H. C. 8., Lindell
House, Sixth and Howard streets.
Y^ G Kit MA N SPKAKING THREE LAN-
guages to work in kiichen, restaurant or hotel.
Call or address G. V., 521 seventh street.
T)LAIN COOK DESIRES WOKK;~CITY OR
X country. Address WILLIAM SNODGRASS,
636 Commercial st., city.
yOUNG MAN SPEAKING English AND
X Swedish would like worK in a wholesale place.
Address G. P., box 6, Call Office.
ATION WANTED UY STEADY MAN;
O wants to work in kitchen. Address 8., box 71,
Call Office.
ERMAN BUTCHER WANTS WORK; HAS
vX best experiences as shop butcher or sausage-
maker. Address G. 8.. box 18. Call Office.
OOD PLAIN COOK, AMERICAN, WANTS
vX situation. Address Cook, box 4, Call Office.
ELI ABLE YOUNG MAN. GRADUATE
J V from Iligh School, wants a situation in an
Office: dentist's preferred; Is reliable and can fur-
nish iirst-cias3 references. Call or address C. E. T.,
San i.ori'iizo, <_'al.
yOUNO MAN WOULD LIKE A POSITION IN
X grocery-store; has 5 years' experience and
good references. Addres3 P., box 1. Call Ollice.
ITIJATION WANTED BY A FIRST-CLASS
k^ carpenter: a steady place preferred: can give
best of recommendation. Address A. D., 1050
Howard st.
OY, 15 YEARS.~WOUL"D LIKE TO GET
work of some kind. Apply 349 Jessie st.
/-VaRDKNKH, PRACTICAL, SCOTCH, WITH
V.T 15 years' experience, wants situation; com-
mercial or private place; thoroughly understands
gardening in all its branches. Address Gardener,
1044 >olsomst.
UNTKR & CO., CHINESE AND JAPAN-
ese employment office, 17 Webb St.. below
Kearny. >x»t. Cullfornlu nn'l Sncramento: tel. 231.
FEMALE HEU' WANTED.
IVTA NTE D^pXs^rRT^CO^K^F^OR^HOTET, $30,
I* see party here at 11 to-day; 4 cooks, with and
without washing, $25 and $30; Scandinavian or
German nurse, $20: 3 waitresses, hotel and res-
tnurmiis, $20; and a large number of plrlsof all
natio::ali:ii'S for oking and housework in city
; and country. J. F. CROSKTT A CO., 312 Sutter.
nr auk ess, COUNTRY HOTEL, f«o, SEE
»T party here. C. R. HANSEN & CO., 110
! Geary st.
\U AITRESS. COUNTRY HOTEL, $20; WAI-
>» tn-ss, city, $20. R. T. WARD di CO . 610 Clay.
GI RL, UELVEDERE, $25; ALAMEDA $20; 10
r girls *20, $15. ME. LEOPOLD. 20 Stockton.
\\T ANTKD— RESPECTABLE GIRL TO DO
'» general housework; must be good cook; refer-
ences; wagfts 920. 1512 Calltornla st.
■\TEAT GIRLFOR L~H OU SE W ORKT
j-> wages $16. Apply 719 a McAllister st.
~Y OUNG GERMAN GIRL FOR LIGHT HOUSE-
X work. 3443 Sixteenth St., cor. of Sanchez.
CAPABLE WOMAN for housework OR
V. chamoerwork. Apply 2615 Howard st.
EMAND HAS ARISEN FOR m"ORE SALES-
la'lies for notions and fancy goods than we can
supply; we also want some good larly solicitors for
a good lucrative business. United States Indus-
trial Agency, room 167 Crocker building.
WA ED— COMPETENT YOUNG GERMAN
oman for cooking and general housework: 4
in family; wages $20; references required. Apply
2518 Sacramento si.
ANTED-HELP ON FINE COATS; ALSO A
beginner. 39 Caroline at.
OPERATORS ON FLANNEL OVERSHIRTS
nnd underwear. LE VI STRAUSS <fc CO., 32Vis
Fremont st.
RELIABLE DRESS-CUTTING school
when- you can learn the dressmaking- trade
thoroughly; also French and German raised work,
tapestry and embroidery taught. 505 Fell st.
MRS. it. L. JONES.
rpiIANKSGIVING I) R E SE S, JACKET,
I skirt lined, all shades, $7 50. New York Cloak
House, 1210 Market, st. y
T AWRENCE PATTERN HOUSE— DRE&S-
-XJ cutting school. 1231 Market St., bet. Bth and 9th.
PDPILS ' WANTED: POSITIONS GUARAN-
X teed: patterus 25c up- latest skirts 35c. McDO W-
ELL'S l.ressmaking Acanemy, 213 Powell st.
\l OST CONVENIENT AND RESPECTABLE;
lX Winchester House. 44 Third St.. near Market:
200 rooms; 25c to $1 50 per night: $1 iO to $6 per
week ; free bus to and from the ferry^ , ■■;-■ ; :
"uriNCHESTER 44 THIRD, NEAR
'T Mmrket— tights in very room: 200
rooms; 25c to $1 60 per night; $1 60 to $6 per
week : f>-»e bus to and from the ferry. - : : . ' : •"■•.
DBKBB CUTTING TAUGHT. U. S. TA I LOR
system. 14 McAllister St., rooms 67 and 68.
ADIES TO SELL MANHATTAN EGG FOOD;
Is the best. C. KERTELL. San Mateo.
AIRDRESBING, 25c AND 36c: MOB N I NG
and ev'gclaases;lO lcssons.sl 60. 1248 Mission.
lANO LESSONS by 6rou g h l y
X schooled artist: lessons 25c. 617 Jones st.
■pPiOFESSOR LIVINGSTON'S DRESSCUT-
-T ting and niftklngwrliool : all branches. 702 Slitter.
MALE HELP WANTED. ~
WAirrßib^ OQOPBBB FOB LABGE WIN-
'» cry and distillery ; I must be competent men ;
al!>o farmers, laborers, cooks, waiters and dish-
washers. W. D. EWER & CO., 626 Clay St.
\\ r IOUaBOBBB? FOR CITY, $1 76
'» day; young American to learn fruit raising:
carpenters for Central America: Japanese cook
for steamer, $40 and louna; second cook for hotel,
$35 and found: cook for country restaurant, $40;
German liaker to rent shop. Apply to J. F. CRO-
! SET I ifc CO., (328 Sacramento St.
LOUIS pebson.thb CHIEF cook, pleask
Xj call: Swiss milker, $25; ranch teamster, $20;
teamster, city. $2(>; tunnel man, run air drill. R.
T. WARD & CO., 008 and 610 Clay st.
2 TEN-HORSE TEAMSTERS; $1 A DAY AND
U board. C. R. HANSEN <t CO., 110 Geary st.
WANTED-10 MORE MINERS, $2 60 PER
'I day; single drill; see party in office 11a. m.;
cook, $40, room, etc., country. MARTIN'S Em-
ployment Agency, 749 Market st. :■''■;..- •-•■;•■ ,
ANTED — PRACTICA L UPHOLSTERER.
age 25 to 35, who understands furniture and
carpet business thoroughly: country town; refer-
ences required. Apply this office.
Wa i;d-go"od meaTt AND PABTBY
»» cook for boarding-bouse: waiter; near Ingle-
slde racetrack. C, box 5. call Office. ... . ;
ARBEH FRKD HOLT. PLEASE CALJj
DECKELMAN BROS., 106 Ellis St.
BARBER FOR HA TURDA V AND SUNDAY;
$4. -21 Third st. ,: -■. - ....-;"■ : - ■ ■ -.v : -
p OOD WAITER AT 1323 BATTERY ST.
OOD SHORT ORDER COOK. 43 SECOND
_street. ..; . ; / . . . , . ;,,-. -„
AY COOK WASTBn . 607 VALENCIA
street. ,:.-.■. ■ . -* .- ■ ■ . ■ *■ .: . . ■■■..;
"lV" 1^ WANT TO EMPLOY GOOD MEN" AH SPE-
»' clal deputies to organize counclfs; the most at-
tractive plun of fraternal insurance In the world;
easiest worked ■ the - best pay. ■ Call on :or address
the American Benevolent Legion, 6 and 7, fourth
floor, Mills buUalng. - v; ./ . ■
■ HELP TED— Contlnned.
1 (\C\ BOY WANTED FOR CHURCH CHOIR.
X\J\J Apply Saturday afternoon, between 1 and 3
o'clock, at Church of the Advent, Eleventh st.,
near Market.^£9EBSW3£S»£S@K3g%ag&ti^&tKSSlSBft*
VOUSG GROCERY CLERK FOR GROCERY
X and bar; city references required. 1934 block-
ton st., cor. Chestnut. r : ■■-..:.'
■\TICE PLACE FOR 10c BARBER-SHOP; ALA-
Xi meda. Apply this office. . |
"M UMBER OF ELECTRICIANS OR DYNAMO
Xi men and linemen are wanted; they miiBt apply
to U. S. Industrial Agency and have their records
for ability and reliability looked, up, so that their
records can be .submitted to the employing com-
pany. Room 167, Crocker building.
oy;wanted who understands type-
setling. Apply MYSELL & ROLLINS, 22
Clay st. - - . • . ■ . .. - -
WANTED— $25; STEADY WORK FOR A
steady young or middle-aged man. Call at
1320 Market street.
TJARIJER^SHOP FOR SALE; 2 CHAIRS; $05;
X> 5 living-rooms; rent $15. 106 EIIJ3 st.
MEN'S SOLES, 50c; HEELS. 25c: DONE IN 15
minutes, while you wait. 11»7 Market, cor. Bth.
ANTKD — 2 GOOD , SALESMEN FOR
YT tailoring. 41iy Kearny st., Btoloa. m. >.
BARBER-SHOP FOR SALE. 2308 HOWARD
street. .
MANSION HOUSE". 961 MISSION, NR. SIXTH
—Thoroughly renovated ; refurnished ; 100 rms,
25c night to $1 50 week: clean; quiet; readmg-rm.
ARBERS— FOR EMPLO YMENT CALL SEC-
X) retarv Barbers' A sso., 325 Grant aye. S.FUCHS.
EN'S SHOES HALF-SOLED 40c, LADIES
35c; done in 10 minutes. 959 Hyvard st.
A pFrentice WANTED on PANTS. 541
-tx Market st. • ■
INCUESTKR HOUSE, 44 THIRD ST.. NEAR
Market; 200 rooms, 25 cents a night; reading-
room: free bus to and from the ferry.
T INDELL HOUSE, SIXTH AND HOWARD-
XJ single furnished rooms; 75c week, 15c night.
I) ARBERS, FOR EMPLOYMENT CALL SEC.
X> Barbers' Assn.. 12 Seventh. H. SCHEUNERT.
"I EARN a TRADE— SIGN OR pictorial
XJ painting taughi for $5: great opportunity . D.
LEVY, 35 Eighth St., Sail Francisco.
ARBERS PROTECTIVE UNION EMPLOY-
ment secretary. CONRAD TROELL. 657 Clay.
HE RAILROAD HOUSB 533 COMMBBCIAL
Bt., below Montgomery; ; single rooms 15c night,
25c for two; best and cleanest house in town.
AM KEE— CHINESE AND JAPANESE EM-
plo.vment office. 511 Bush St.. nr. Grant aye.
REE BEER-TWO SCHOONERS FOR 6c;
also a bottl tof lager, sc, at 637 Clay st.
EST PLACE IN CITY FOR SECOND-HAND
shoes, 726 opp. Howard-st. Theater, or 129
Sixth St.: misfit shoes bought or exchanged.
\\r ANTED— MEN WHO DO " NOT RECEIVE
'» their wages to place accounts with us; law and
commercial collection; charge unless successful.
KNOX COLLECTION AGENCY. 110 Sutter, r. 4.
M" OZART, 319 ELLIS, ROOMS JSC lv i>OC
night, $1 25 to »5 week; readins rooms.
WHAT cheer HOUSE, SACRAMENTO
» » St.: 100 outside rooms, best spring beds; single
rooms, 20c a day; $1 a week; meals, 10c.
COFFEE AND ROLLS. 704 S ANSOME ;
-• single rooms 15c, 20c a night, $1 a week.
ANTED-SINGLE ROOMS, 160 A DAY; 81
'» week: rooms for two, 25c a day, 91 waelc;
readlng room- dally papers. 3« Clay at.
mKY ACME HOUSE, 957 MARKET ST., BE-
X low Sixth, for a room; 25c a night: $1 a week.
Qfli ELLIS, ROSEDALE— ROOMS 25c TO 50c
OZiL night: $1 to $3 a week: open a!l night.
\\T ANTED— LAEORERS AND MECHANICS
' » to know that Ed Rolkin, Reno House proprie-
tor, still runs Denver House, 217 Third St.: 150
large rooms: 25c per night; SI to $3 per week.
A f\f\ MEN'S SECOND-HAN Dfc. 1) SJIOES.SOME
•±UU nearly new. 25c to $1 25. 562 Mission at.
1 C\(\ MEN rro TAKE LODGING AT 10c, 150
XUV/ and 20c a night, including coffee and roil*.
624 Washington st., near Kearny. '
BESTTN~CIt7— 'SINGLE'BOOMS, 15, 20 AND
25 cents per night; SI, SI 25, SI 60 p«r weelc
Pacific House .Commercial and Leidesdorft sts. .
T IVE MEN WANTED FOR LIGHT OUT-
JJ door work; wrll pay competent person S3 50 a
day. Apply at store, 328 Seventh st.
.\\, r ANTED— MEN TO GET BOTTLE SIIARH
•'» steam beer, sc: bottle wine. 6c. 609 Clay st.
UST OUT: NEW MACHINE FOR RKPAIR-
-0 ing shoes; call and see: half-soled in 15 min-
utes, done while you wait ; all repairing done by
machinery: all repairing at half price: work guar-
anieed. 662 Mission s:.. bet. First and Second. '
AGENTS HAXTKD.
T)O?fA^ZA^F^R^AOEN"TB"'NKxV 31? i>A\
J > Inquire for "Samantha In Europe" at the
Standard Dictionary Agency, 1368 Market st.
ALIFORNIA MUTUAL BENEFIT SOCIETY
\J wants goud agents to work Us accld»nt and
sick insurance; liberal inducements offered. J.
W. ANN A .Secretary. Murphy building.
! PARTNERS WANTED.
ANTED— A." PARTNER WITH $10,000 OR
»» more, to engage in a manufacturing business
already established, paying big dividends; sure
thing; no risk; biggest thing on the coast; don't
fail to Investigate. Address F. E. KELLER, 504
Napa at. ' •
~™ ROOMS WANTED.
: rvu^Nrin^ErTlao^M^wl[^TiErTiirGE^MTN
J? family. $4 or $5 ■ per month. Address R., box
'132, Call Office. ■■
\\r ANTED— BY GENTLEMAN AND WIFE, 2
» » or 3 furnished housekeeping rooms in quiet re-
spectable locality wiinn 15 minutes of Market
and Kewrny sts. Atiiiress J. F.. 713 Larkin st.
PROPERTY WANTED.
I^tve^esil^nTfTlbel'wlcenlp 1 neTclay!
X? Pierce and Deviadero sts.; 10 rooms; $10,000.
Address P.O. box 2068.
WANTED— aii.s CELLANEOI/S.
H "ToSeOTPKIC Ab'IES'"AND O ENTS'
second-hand clothing. HUHN, 316 Third st.
W ANTED— YOUR WATCH, IF IT NEEDS
'» repairing: best work at half the regular price.
DEU.SS, watchmaker, 126 Kearny st., third lioor.
ELL YOUR BOOKS. CLOTHING AND JEW
elry to A. KLEIN, 109 Sixth St.; send postal.
SECOND-HAND KODAKS, CAMERAS,
kj lenses, mai;ic lanterns «fe slidps. 109 Montgy.
*" LOST.
L"~O^T^OVE iIBKR~247cToI N^FllO^rT^VlCrr
ty-flfth and Valencia to Twenty-second and
Harrison, gold glove buttoner, envelope charm, In-
scribed "May." Return to 2423 Harrison st. and
receive reward. .
T OST OR STRAYED— ENGLISH SETTER
■ J-Jbitch : black «ars. ticked body— white ano black ;
answers name Flora (Florine). Return rm. 2, Mills
building, sth floor, receive reward. B. M. LELONG.
Cl»9f\ REWARD— LOST, DIAMOND STUD.
*ip<L,\J Reward I will be paid by railing a: Grand
Soutl.ern Hotel, Seventh and Mission, room 19.
OST-BRINDLE BULLTERRIER(FEMALK)
do?. Return to Cafe Royal and receive reward.
G- OLD WATCH AND CHAIN, AT GOLDEN
"i Gate Park, Sunday, 21th but. Please return
to 815 Stockton st. and receive rewar;l. '■
I OST, IN THE MISSION, NOVEMBER 26,
J J gold watch ■ and fob; name Etta on. Return
to 106 Vicksburg st. ; suitable reward.
mELESCOPE BASKET, MONDAY EVENING,
Xon Third-street car. Reward at 912 Ellis st-
(HjQ REWARD— GOLD CHAIN BRACELET:
(IPO letter H on snap; from Broadway and Gough
st. to Pacific and Montgomery; reward. Leave at
this office.
OST-A PASS-BOOK WITH THE HIBERNIA
XJ Savings and Loan Society of San Francisco, in
the name of JAMES CANAVAN. No. 177,054.
The finder will please return k> bank. . .
OST— A PASS-BOOK WITH THE HIBERNIA
J Savings and Loan Society of San Francisco,
in the name of FRANCESCO COKTKSE. No.
201.317. The lindf-r will please return to bonk.
FOUND. -
PURSE CONTAINI^xT~~jTTwELRY~~AIfD
X watch. Owner address P. C, box .17, Call Office.
■ ' ■■.>■_: ''■.■ 'DENTISTa. ; -" ■ ■■•. '.-
DR. L. T. CRAN^Z— EITFRAcfI^^PATNLESsT
crown work, bridge work and teeth without
plates a specialty. 103 Geary st., cor. Grant aye.
DR.REA.3OO TURK ST-ALL DENTAL WORK
at ioweat prices and warranted ; open evenings.
ETAL PLATE $5: TEETH EXTRACTED
or filled painlessly by i my patent anoesthetic,
soc; won 28 prizes. Obdontundfr Dental Parlors,
8163^ Geary st., bet. Larkin and Hyde, opposite
Saratoga Hull. R. L. WALSH, D.D.S. .
pROOME DENTAL ASSOCIATION, 759 MAK-
\J ket, bet. 3d and 4th, gas specialists: only roll-
able agent for painless extraction : ■ artificial teeth
lrmss; fillings frm $1: extracting 60c. with gassl.
ffi»/7 A SET FOR TEETH ; WA RRANTED as
«IP I good as can be made; filling $1. DR. SIMMS,
dentist, 930 Market St.. next Baldwin Theater.
R. H. G . YOUNG. . BRIDGES AND TS ETH
without plates a specialty. 1841 Polk st. .-.'.■
R. LUDLU'M HlLii, 1443 MARKET ST.,
near Eleventh: no charge for extractin',' when
plates are made: old plates made over like new;
teeth from $8 per set: extracting 6»)c: gas given.
OLTON DENTAL- ASSOCIATION. 806 MAR-
ket st. DR. CHARLES W. DECKER.
DR7j. j7IEEK, 1200 MARKET. COR.GOLDEN
Gate aye.— Open evenings: Sundays till noon.
A~~LL WORK. REASONABLE AND WAR-
ranted. DR. J. W. KEY. 1122 Market st. -
iC~GE6RGE~W. iBEX, -THE GENUINE
Leek dentist, discoverer of painless extractiou
and patentee of improved bridge work or teeth
without any piate, moved from 6 to 2o O'Farrell at.
ATTORNEYS- AT-L A
DVICE'f REE; TdIVORCE '""aNd""? AT"£
laws a specialty; suits, Superior, Justice and
Police Courts; terms ■ reasonable; ■ collections, etc,
G.W.HOWE, att'y-at-law, 850 Market .cor.Stockton
W\V DAVIDSON, ATTORN AT-JUA W,*aB
Yf ■' . California it., rms. 14-15: advice frea
PHYSICIANS.
tSeMOVED— DR C. . C. - T O'DONSrELL"Td"BSb
XV Market st. Diseases of women a specialty. ; ;
BUSIJJKSS CHANCKs. _
mTcTrifl CORNER GROCERY; $50 BAL-
«ft)Z' ( U. ance; $10 monthly. } STENBERG &
TREIBER. 632 Market st. .
<ltl HO/! PARTNER WANTED INAWELL-
«IpIUUU. established commercial printing
office: controls first-class trade: does big business;
established 3 yean; remaining p rtner respon-
sib'e business man: will tr-ach incoming party;
does 11 bnsiness of $600 per month: running ex-
penses-light; offers grand opportunity for active
man: chance in b lifetime for man. with atove
amount. • STENBERG & TIiEIBER, 632 Market
St., opp. Palace Hotel. ■-
i2}-i ')£ PARTNER IN RESTAURANT; OPP.
I^o. theater: establlshe 1 trade. STENBERG
<fc TREIBER, 632 Market streev
<B»^nA CORNER GROCERY, BAR; BEST
<JJ>tJUU. location Western Addition: living-
rooms; furnished: receipts *15 dally: full value;
stock; fixtures: genuine bargain. STENBERG &
TREIBKR, 632 Market Bt.
G* A Z.(\ DAIRY PRODUCE AND DELICACY
»4p'iUU. store; best location Western Addition;
living-rooms: furnished. STENBERG & TREI-
EER, 632 Market st. v • ;W-
-£»Q7X CORNER GROCERY. BAR; 2 LIV-
«IpO 10. ing-rooms, furnished; reat $30: full
value in stock; suitable for man and wife. STEN-
BERG & CO., 632 Market St., opp. I'alace Hotel.
CL'99nA CORNER GROCERY, BAH, WEST-
tjft^^UU. em Addition; new stock: living-
rooms: sell after invoice. STENBERG &CO., 632
Market st, opposite Palace Hotel.
Jt. IT)- PARTNER, COAL, HAY. GRAIN
t& JjO\J. business; building included; rent $10;
2 horses, wagons. STENBERG. 632 Market st.
£'£}P»/Y PARTNER WANTED — RESTA U-
tJrD«)l/. rant: best possible location: remaining
partner, responsible, practicable busines man, w.ll
teach Incoming party the business; satisfaction of
profits will be given; receipts $45; opportunity
seldom ever offered. STENBERG. 632 Market,
opposite Palace Hotel. • • • .<
<2!l fkAfk BAKERY NORTH OF MARKET:
J-UUv. baking 2Va bbls. daily: 2 horses and
wagons; weekly receipts $150; 5 living rms.; rent
*35; lease; no opposition; bargain. STENBERG,
632 Market st., opposite Palace Hotel.
<SiA^(\ FOR SALE— FINE CANDY-STORE:
<JpttUU. ice-cream parlor: elegant fountuin and
factory; does a good business; trial given to sat-
isfy buyer. STENBERO, 632 Market, op. Palace.
ALOON ; FINE BAR; PIANO: BILLIARD
_ table; old established place; mint for two
young men; rent $35. WOOD <£ GRIBBLE, 917
Mark e t 1
fl%9;r AfJA TO LOAN ON FURNITURE,
i!pJ*O.\J\J\J pianos, real estate. WOOD <fc
GRIBBLE, 917 Market Bt.
(H» 99 r SALOON; GOOD STOCK AND FIX-
tW>4LijLiO. tures; 4 living-rooms; rent $15; good
business: bargn. WOOD & GRIBBLK, 917 Market.
OHA BAKERY and coffee-house
<pJLUUI/. combined: 4 barrels flour daily; 2
horses. 2 waeons: in a booming town near San
Francisco: 18,000 population; trial given: owner re-
tlring. WOOD & GRIBBLE. 017 Market st.
ash SALES GUARANTEED— lodg ing
\J houses, city and country property, business
places of all kinds quickly boueht or sold for cash:
loans negotiated: apply to WOODS & GRIBBLE,
917 Market street. ■ .
Ctl9^n SALOON AND CIGAR - STORE
«ID L£t)\J. combined; big transient trade: best
location: partner preferred. PROLL & LLOYD,
719 Market st. ■ - .
p ESTAUR ANT — MUST BE SOLD THIS
XV week, account other business: make an offer;
cheap rent; doing fine business: do not neglect this
opportunity. PROLL & LLOYD. 719 Market st.
tfczfrfl PARTNER WANTED: FIRST-CLASS
•ipttUv. cash business; thoroughly established:
clearing $200 per month; previous experience not
required: duties light and easily learned; trial of
business before buying. Apply KENNY <& Mo
LEAN, 777 Market St., room 7. '
<2»19£. BRANCH BAKERY; MUST BE SOLD
<P x£k). to-day. BARRETT, 865y Market st. j
"fljjOO' BEST SALOON SOUTH OF MAR-
«ITtJ^-«J. ket, with livins-rooms: lowrent; sure
investment for an active man. Apply 777 Market
St., room 7.
©9^-0 EXCLUSIVE RIGHT FOR 16 YEARS
isp+**J\J, to sell new invention in Oregon or
Washington; thousands In use In California. Hall
of Inventions, 719 Alaruet st.
PARTIES HAVING PATENTS TO SELL OR
X introduce call or address Hall of Inventions,
719 Market St., S. F. ■
<J>l 7.- BARGAIN-SALOON, STOCK AND
VP-L • O. fixtures: long lease: 3 furnished living-
rooms attached; good location. Call at Assembly
Saloon, SW. cor. Eighth and Howard sts.
PHYSICIAN— SPLENDID OPENING.
X SeeDH. CALDWELLimmediatelv, Market St.,
cor. Fourth.
vorI ale— good-paying AND OLD-ES-
i tabllshed butcher-shop at a sacrifice. Apply at
ODce, 1904 Folsom st.
QJ* Q9X CIGAR - STORE: BEST CORNER,
t£>OJLO. near Sixth and Market. 777Markt, r. 7.
(jJJQrW) PARTNER ■ WANTED IN LARGE
ifpUXJvJ. restaurant, doing $80 business a day;
rent $60: guaranteed to clear $20 a day: open for
investigation: cash or real estate security; a
snap; v 2 interest very cheap. Call at 137 Fourth.
17<OR SALE— 1 SALOON IN A GOOD J,O-
X I cation. Apply to JOS. MELCZER «fe CO., 502
to 506 Market st. _^_22£_i2_— ——________ '
171 OR SALE— NEW ENVELOPE MANUFAC-
.tnrnu plant; must be sold at once to close an
estate. Address Gebhard Paper Company, Buffalo,
m»9oon ROUTE FOR SALE; EVENING
«35OUv/V/. paper; pays Sl5O per month. Apply
this office.
&JAA A SNAP: GOOD PAYING RESTAU-
iJIdtUU. rant: good reasons for selling. Apply
829 Mission st., in furniture-store. .
<Bt97^ GROCERY, BAR AND FIXTURES.
tjp— I U. 640 Tennessee st., cor. Solano. Potrero.
RANCH BAKERY AND NOTIONS: VERY
cheap; noagents. 819 Howard st.
pESTAUBANT WITH 2 FURNISHED RMS.;
J-V old established and doin? a good business;
must sell: best of reasons for selling; see this and
yon will buy. 236 Third st.
If OR SALE— ONE OF THE LARGEST AND
X? oldest stove, range and house-furnisliing estao-
llshments; plumbing, gas-fitting, tin and sheetiron
manufacturing a specialty: investigation solicited.
Inquire on premises, 524 Washington.
vor SALE-OLD-KSTABLISHED HAY and •
X grain, wood and coal van) : centrally located; !
does good business. A. GRELLA, 614 Union st. !
Ij-INE BOARDING-HOUSE BY TANNERY
A and shops; all filled: trial given: will be sold
very cheap; see it and make offer. Roddy's
Hotel. Nebraska and Twenty-sixth sts.
rpAILORSHOPFOR SALE, SHORT DISTANCE
•X in country. Apply REISSBROS., Satter at.
■ koAII.NKNT CORNER SALOON. ON THIRD
X St., for sale cheap; going out of business. In-
quire at Call Office.
fijCOO SALOON: GOOD LOCATION; SOLD
(ID UvJU. account traveling. 208 Washington st.
IPOR SAtE-LUNCH PARLOR AND BAK-
X I cry; good location. Apply Call Office.
IG ARS, LATEST slot machines. who le-
sale; agents wanted. KAHN CO.. 220 Calif, at.
T OCKSMITH -SHOP FOP. SALE; ON AC-
XJ count of other business; rent $10. 446 Va-
lencla st., near Sixteenth. i
"ITARIETY AND NOTION STORE, BRANCH
V bakery and laundry office; 3 living-rooms: rent
reasonable. 2107 Powell st. .
0171 O'FARRELL — BRANCH BAKERY, j
O L Ij laundry office; good place for tables; rea-
sonable. •
HLACKSMITH-SHOPIN COUNTRY; LI VING-
I) rooms; ren; $8: owner sick. 0., box 2. Call.
>nfl RESTAURANT FOR SALE; RE-
»Ir^UU. ceipts $10 to $12 day; rent $15 per
month: account sickness. 1009 Larkin st. .'
ALD-ESTABLISIIED SIOVE AND TIN BUSI-
\J ness for sale. 1103 Stockton st. : j
PARTIES HAVING PATENTS to SELL OR I
X introduce, call or address Hail of Inventions,
719Marketst., S. F. . :
COAL AND GRAIN YARD: BUILDING IN-
cluded; JonK lease; 2 horses, 2 wagons; rent $5.
Apply 1613 O'Fnrrell st. N
T?OB -II KST-CLASS PHOTO GALLERY
X I In Stockton, Cal. Address !B. \V., care the
Holdcn Drug Co., Stockton, Cal. "
TiORNER SALOON FOR SALE; BEST LOCA-
v.' tlon in town. Ap]>ly at McLOUD <t HATJES,
wholesale liquor dealers, 615 Market st.
EAT-MARKET, TOOLS AND FIXTURES,
to rent or sell. Shoestore, 2831 Mission st.
I r OR SALE CHEAP— OYSTER. FISH AND
' poultry stand: Investigate. 418 Larkin st. . ;
AKEHY FOR FOR SALE; ACCOUNT OF
departure. 115 Onk st.
PARTNER WANTED — BUSINESS ESTAB-
X lishedslnca 1860; capital required from $45,000
to $50,000. Address B. M.. P. O. box 2435^-.'
<Bfl Z\(\(\ FOH SALE-BKST PAYING BUSI-
<IDIt»UI/. ness in San Francisco: thorough In-
vestigation pcrmttteit -to party meaning business.
CURTIS & BOWLKY, Mills bit<g., San Francisco.
MOST CONVENIENT AND RESPECTABLeT
Winchester House, 44 Third st., near Market;
200 rooms; 25c to $1 50 per night; $1 50 to $3 per
week : free bus to and ftom the ferry. |
A WEEK'S NEWS FOR 5 CENTS— THE
J\. WEEKLY CALL. in wrapper, for mailing.
UOK3ES. '
W~Xvn^>^si3r~( : r .vy^TjrTvi^o^corsesT
Apply Eureka Delivery Co., 1146 Mission st.
ORSES PASTURED; $2 A MONTH; GOOD
can- and feed; send for circular. Tha Hyde
ranch, 630 Commercial st.
\(\ HORSEH~FC!I SALE: , ALSO WAGONS
tLI/ buggies, carts, harness; Grand Arcade Ilorss
Market, 327 Sixth st. : auction sales every Wedna*
day.- SULLIVAN «fc DOYLE, Auctioneers.
1/,/ v SKIS SECOND-HAND HARNEHST 1 ALI.
ivy kinds; second-band wagons, buggy, carts; ■
also 20 chcaD horses. ■ Vlfteentli and •. Valencia ats.
WAjO.nS AM> XAIUiIAOES.
A GO N S, CARTS. II : A RNESS, 'eTC.'CII EAP
TT at EG AN 'S, 2117 Mission; wagon wanted. .'.
AGONSB&O. BUGGIES $75, HARNESS $8.
TT carts $15. CiU. . Carriage- Co., 36 V*sT Fremont
SEWING MACHINES.
'.: A' LL KINDS SEWING-MACHINES BOUGHT.
A sold, rented, exchanged and repaired; lowest
rates. 205 I'ourth st., near Hwward. j
I.ODGHVG-HOUSISS FOX SAI-E.
ELL-KEPT HOUSE OF 30 ROOMS. ALL ON
one floor; nicely furnished: good location; on
corner. STENBERG & CO., 632 Market st. ■ r
I ROOMS ON MISSION 5T.......... * 'J>{>
X& 14-room, sunny cornor: must sell tvy
32 rooms to exchance for real estate «'"
10-room house : very central...... ■■■■ , ou
■ H. C. DECKER, 1206 Market St.. cor. Taylor.
NINE-ROOM FURNISHED HOUSE:
«5)1OU. rent $20: upper flat well rented. 630
Web3ter St., near Grove. = ,
T ODGING-HOUSE, 15 ROOMS, WELL FUR-
±J nished: poaitively a bargalu. 644 .Sacramento.
I Q-ROOM HOUSE. TO BK SOLD AT A BAR-
-LO gain: on account of sickness. '.':'.H Sixth s ■■ ■
~~~~ FUKNITUIIK I'Oll SALE-
T^nsoMiTo^irKT^R^rrruTTirc^M^L^^
rt Elegant Brussels carpet 1aid........ 45c
Heavy I jnoleum laid 40c
Floor Oilcloth 20s
New Bedloun?es, our own make $5 50
SHIREK <te SHIREK, 1310-12 Stockton, nr.Valjo.
1) EDUCTIONS ON I^RGE OTOCK, NEW AND
l\i stcond-hand: 400 carpet*, 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 shippad
free. T. li. NELSON. 126 Fourth st. .
riUT PRICES JN FURNITURE ANDCARPETi
\ 1 tm, v«»lr nf. McltAI'.KH 945-SM) Miosion <»•.
~~ FUKXITIUK ViAMl'il).
''u'CTIONEEBTjTcrMUTiIEK 719 MARKET
J\. St., pays highes: cash prices for furniture.
ASH PRICE PAID FOB FURNITURE. JA-
COB SCH WERDT, B'Jl Mission, bet. 4th A sth.
IGHEST PRICE PAID FOX FURNITURE,
carpets, stoves. BROWNE, 103 9th; pos'.al.
HG. KRASKY, CARPETS. PICTURES,
. folding, iron beds, furniture; low prices: Cal.
stepladder manufactd for the trade. 779 Mission.
CAKPKT CLEANING.
HE^TK^iITCHFXiri^RPE^T^cIiKA^fINO
Co. (incorp.); old-established carpet-cleaning
machines: cleaning 3c yard. 230 Fourteenth St.;
telephone Mission 74.
/CARPETS THOROUGHLY CLEANED AND
\J renovated same as new. a FERGUSON Jfc
CO., 23 Tenth st. Telephone number, south 30.
AJATIONAL CARPET BEATING AND RENO-
IM vatlng Works HAMPTON JtBAILLY : layin?
and alterinsr. 313-315 Guerrero: Tel. Mission 244.
ITY STEAM CARPET-BEATING ANO
\J Renovating Works, 88 and 40 Eighth st. O. H
STEVENS, manager. Telephone No., south 250.
HEN YOU BECOME DISGUSTED WITH
poor work send to SPAULDING'S Pioneer Ca-
rpet Beatinsr Works, 353-7 Tehama: tei. So-40.
ONKHN'S CARPET BEATING WORKS. 33J
\J Golden Gate aye. : telephone east 126.
T MCQUEEN'S CARPET BEATING AND REN-
«J . ovating- works. 4f>3 Stpy<»i,s.->n: tel. 3223.
PIANOS. VIOLINS, JSTU.
A NOTHER CARLOAD JUST RECEIVED OP
A the finest upright pianos to be found on the
coast: an immense stock in three large warerooma
to select from; terms easy and prices low: a few
second-hand upright piano 3 at snap bargains now
on hand; one at $75, another at 150 and an ele-
gant one at $195: but you must come at once or
they will be snapped up. THE J. DEWING CO.,
warerooms seconds floor. Flood building.
TEINWAY PIANO SACRIFICED FOR $210:
immediate sale necessary. Room 21, Flood
building.
Excellent order; upright piano to
XIJ be sold at once; $80. Room 10, 809 Market st.
A T METROPOLITAN TEMPLE-CALL AND
-ti- see the wonderful Muehlfeld Pianos: they are
the talk of the town; immense assortment just re-
ceived. J. T. BOWERS .fc SON, Sole Agents.
OPEN FOR BUSINESS.
The finest line of new pianos for rent and sals
lv San Francisco. J. HARRY SCOTT,
929 Market St., Spreckels bulldin?.
aj7X EXCELLENT LARGE " UPRIGHT
W • O, piano; perfect; sacrifice. 1359 Folsomst.,
cor. Tenth.
/-1 REAT SWEEPING SALE OF PIANOS:
VJT cash or installments: BRUENNS, 228 Post st.
INK PIANO FOR SALE OR RENT CHEAP.
SCHMITZ, 16 McAllister st.
TEINWAY, WelTkk. EMERSON. ESTEY
and numerous other standard makes of
I pianos and (>r?ans are sold upon easy terms and
reasonably bySHKKMAX, CLAY <to CO., piano
house, cor. Kearny and Sntter sts.
Cj IHO UPRIGHT PIANO. PERFECTLY
tJJ)Xv/U. good, .$5 installments. 221 Leavenworth.
STEINWAYTS23S; MAHOUANY PIANO,
$48; HEINE, 410 Post st.
ARGAINS IN hTgTi^GRADE EASY
X> payments. SCIIMITZ A CO., 16 McAllister st.
TV"E ARE NOW SOLE AGENTS Rl B I'll B
•TT celebrated Knabe Piano: new styles just re-
ceived. BENJ. CURTAZ & SON. 'I 6 O'Forrell st.
PRIGHT PIANOS FROM $100 UP. HOR-
J NUNG'S, leading piano-house, 216 Post st.
/CELEBRATED BUSH & GERTS PIANOS;
\J tone uns'irpussed; cases unique. A. L. BAN-
CROFT & CO., 324 Post si.
UPIiRIOR VIOI-INS, ZITHERS, OLD* NEW
■>!. MI.'I.LKR, maker, rfpnirer, 2 Latham placp,
pEMOVED-F. W. SPENCER & CO. TO 535
XV Post St., near Powell, sole asents Conover,
Colby and Spencer pianos. KSS Po.it st.
WM. G. BADGER WITH KOHLER& CHASE,
»T 26, 28 and 30 O'Farrell st.
ASY TERMS: LOW PRICES. KUHLKE A
l> CHASE. ■
T»ECKER BROS.. STEIN WAY, FISCHER AND
XJ other first-class make* of pianos; little u«ed;
cheap for cash or on easy terms. KOHLKR A
CHASE °H and 30 O'Farrell st.
AN ELEGANT DISPLAY OF MANDOLINS,
gnitars and banjos at MaUVaIS'. 769 Market.
YRON MAUZY, 308 POST ST.— SOHMEB,
Newby <fc Evans. Brings and other pianos.
QTECK. CHICKERINO SONS., VOSE AND
O Sterling pianos sold on $10 installments. BENJ
CURTAZ A SON, sole agents. 16-20 O'Farrell sc
FOB SALE-JIISCKLLA.NtOI ■
ugar^pineT~lumber for sale. j. j.
BIG LOW, second floor, room 3. Mills building.
piHEAP FOR CASH— GET YOUR BABY-CAR-
\J riage and Rattan Furniture at the factory and
save middleman's profit. California Rattan Co.,
61 First st.
VOR SALE— SOLITAIRE DIAMOND; $70;
J cost $100. Address 8., box 40, this office.
LL MAKES OF TYPEWRITERS BOUGHT
and sold. S. F. Typewriter Ex., 310 California.
NE SMALL MEDIUM AND LARGE SIZE
fire and burglar proof safe. 22]., 223 Market 3:.
"VT AT I O A L CASH REGISTER. SAFE,
"J." scale, letter-press, desk; cheap. 102 Clay st.
ATEW RANGE 3 CHEAPER THAN SECOND-
i JLi hand. W. S. RAY Mfg Co., 12 California st.
O NTE R S, SHELVING. SHOWCASES
\J boughtandiold 1121^ Market bet. 7th and
MEDICAL.
BLESSING^TO~L^DII^S^ INSTANT "rel
lief for monthly irregularities (from whatever
cause) by the most experienced ladies' physicians
in San Francisco, restores all cases by an Improved
method, superior to others; ladie3 will save time
and money, be assured of honest treatment by
consulting the doctors before calling on others;
patients who have been imposed upon are spe-
cially invited: home in confinement: treatment
warranted: advice free, confidential. DR. and MKS.
DAVIES, 14. McAllister st., near Jones. Bewareof
frauds who sell injections; tells ladies to be their
own physician.
ANEW P ROCF.SS-^NCT MEDICINE. INSTBU-
ments or worthless pills used; every woman
her own nhyxician for all femal« troubles: no mat-
ter from what cause: restores always in one day.
if you want to be treated safe and sure call on men's
physician -.knowledge can be spnt&use.^. at home:all
cases cuaramecci. DR. POPPER, 31S Kearny^
MME. KARROW, THE EMINENT FEMA LE
specialist, treats . diseases of women, removes
hair by electricity permanently and positively re-
stores irr*gu!aritn>.s in 8 hours with the greatest
discovery ever invented: price $5. Woman's Dis-
pensary, 1206 Market St., room 26.
~~A LL FEMALE IRREGULARITIES KE^
-£'V. stored in a few hours: safe and snre relief at
anytime; travelers helped at once; home in. con-
finement; French pills guaranteed; consult free.
MRS. DR. WYETH, 916 Post St., near Larkln.
rp ABER'S •' INFALLIBLE PREVENTIVE."
A for either sex : ' send 2c for Information or 500
for trial jar. TAYLOR CHEM. CO.. box 1890. s. F.
CARD TO SUFFERING FEMALhS-BY ICAB-
A sageand Swedish movement treatment I guar-
antee to cure all diseases and irregularities peculiar
to your sex; obesity reduced; those who have been,
I imposed upon or Irregularly treated are invited to
call; 'consultation free; charges moderate. MRS.
DR. HAWLEY, 313 Ellis st. ~
T ADIES — IJA UDET'S" FEMALE REGULA"
-LJ ting Pills: strongest, safest. be3t; never fail;
$1 per box. ■ WIDBER'S drugstore, 14 Ellis su,
formerly cor. Market and Third sts., sole agents.
Ili MARRIED PEOPLE SHOULD KNOW
".■?eguro": greates: boon to them: Carroll Co.,
Stockton and Market sis.: $1 CO; send 2c stamp
for circular to W. S. P. Co.; 531 X St., Sacramento.
DB, HALL, 14 MCALLISTER STRF.KT, NEAH
"Jones. Diseases of women and children.
ABURE CUKK FOB ALL FEMALE DIS-
' eases, from whatever cause: a home in con-
finement with every "comfort; satisfaction guar-
anteed, by MRS. DR. GWYEU. 226 Turk St. , -
DD I'KAK's FEMALE REGULATING FILLS;
safe and efhcit-nl emrnenagogue; $1 per box.
RICHARDS&CO., druggists. 4u6 Clay .sole ag'ts.
All* IME, a FRIKND AND MOTHER'S CARE.
MRS. DILFUNK'S, 1416 Eighth st,. Alameda.
DR. GOODWIN MAKES a SPECIALTY -OF
diseases of women and restores all irregulari-
ties in one day, guaranteeing a cure or no charge;
regulator *>'„': home for patients. 1870 Market st,
MRS. DR. WJBOSHBB; PRIVATE HOME IN
: confinement; irregularities enred in a few
hours without operation; pills $2. 419 Eddyst.
~ A LPEAU'S FRENCH PILLH, '* A BOON TO
XX. ladies troubled with irregularities: no danger*
safe and sure: f2 60 express C. O. D. ; don't delay
until too late. :. OSGOOD BROS., 1 Oakland. Cal.
TF IRREGULAR OH ANY FEMALE DISEASE
X gee Mrs. Dr. Pneta and be content. 254^, 4th.
TO LEASE. ~~~~
rpo LET, CIIEAPr?7 SILVER^STTNRTTHIRiT
X runs through to Bryant; suitable for wood and
coal yard, marble yara, stable, etc. Apply SII AIN-
WALD, BUCKBtE <S CO., SN Montgomery su

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