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TO FALL WITH DECEMBER
Nine Officers Down for Retire
ment When the New Year
PLACES ON THE PENSION LIST.
About Forty Policemen Will be Sub
jected to the Same Heroic
The members of the Police Department
who have seen twenty years' continuous
service and are over 60 years old are in a
state of excitement over changes scheduled
to take place about the lirst of the new
Every member on the force has reason
to remember the shaking up of July last,
when Captains Pousrlass, Stone and Short.
Sergeant Thorn and Patrolmen Asher,
(Jalleger ana Harrold were retired on half
pay. It was given out then that there were
some forty or fifty men subject to retire
ment at any time. President To bin of the
l.oarii of Police Commissioners said, how
ever, that to retire this number in a
lump might temporarily demoralize the
entire fore?, and to obviate such a possi
bility the men would be peasioned off in
small lots. Section 3of the "act to create
a police relief, health, life insurance and
pension fund," as amended March 31, 1891,
reads as follows:
Whenever any person, at the tnking effect of
this act or thereafter, shall .have been duly ap
pointed and sworn, and have served for the
period of twenty years or more as a member in
any capacity or any rank whatever ot" the regu
larly constituted department of any such
county, city and county, city or town, which
may hereafter be subject to the provisions of
this ad, said board shall be empowered to or
cer and direct that such person hhall, after be
coming (>0 years of ace, and his service in such
Police Department shall have ceased, be paid
Irom Mich fund a yearly pension equal to one
half the amount of salary attached to the rank
which he may have held in said Police depart
ment for one year next preceding the expira
tion of said term of twenty years.
It appears now that the Police Commis
sioners have determined not to take ad-
vantage of the right given them in this
act to retire the men in single lots, but to
make a clean sweep of those who oome
within the conditions of the law. Mr.
Tobin admitted as much last night, though
he declined to give the names of the men
who are down for hall-pay, beginning Jan
uary 1 ne::t.
If the programme as now arranged is
carried out nine officers and between
twenty-five and thirty patrolmen will be
retired on half-pay. This includes five
sergeants, one property clerk, two detec
tives and oae captain.
Captain Dunleavy of the Harbor station
13 said to be down for retirement, though
it is barely possible that he might be con
tinued for a few months. Serjeant Brown,
in charge of the North-end station, is
booked for the pension-list; with Jam go
Sergeants Lindheimer, Shields, Houchtal
ing and Cornelius Martin. Property Clerk
Cullen must also give way to a younger
man, while the two oldest* detectives on
the force, except Captain Lees, must con
tent themselves with half a loaf. They
are Detectives lien iiohen and Bainbridge.
All these men are over 60 years old and
have served more than twenty years.
It is more than probable, however, that
an exception will be male in the case of
Detective Bainbridire. No man is of more
value to the department and there is no
one to till his place. He has the extraor
dinary gift of remembering faces and rec
ords for years back, and he has only to
study the features of a prisoner for a few
minutes when he can recall his name and
when and for what he was arrested. In
view therefore of his peculiar value to the
department it may be that he will be re
In addition to these changes the s"veral
department captains have been instructed
by the Police Commissioners to make a
list of the men who are drawing money
from the City Treasury for supposed ser
vices, but who really perform no actual
work. It is the purpose of the Commis
sioners to weed out* all those patrolmen
who are more zealous in displaying their
stars than looking after the City's interest.
If this programme is carried out there
will probably be twenty or thirty more
vacancies to fill with the beginning* of the
In the midst of this there is more or less
wire-pulling going on for the vacancies
about to occur, for it is not thought that
the Commissioners have yet agreed on the
men for these positions.
EEAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Catherine White to Henry J. Lyng, lot on 8 line
of Eddy street, 128:6 W of Buchanan, W 25:11 by
S 121); $10.
Ellen s. Mac;iowan (nee McKendry) to R. H.
MacGowan, all of Homer's Addition block 172,
bounded by Day, Noe, Thirtieth and Castro stret-t;
also undivided half of lot on W line of Stockton
street, 55 S of O'Farrell, W 27:6 by b 100; gift.
Sol .1. and Eertlia Levy to Joseph King, lor on 8
line of Cement street, 57 Wof Finn, avenue, W
23 by s 100: $10.
Charles W. Sutro to n. A. and Clara W. Jones,
lot commencing 224 N of C street and 140 \V
of Fourteenth avenue, N 25 by W 57:6; $10.
William B. and Mary E." Eary to Leopold
Heringhi, lot on W line of Munich street. 125 Bof
Russia avenue, S 25 by W 100, block 80, Excelsior;
Susan B. or Susan B. McArdle, lot on E line of
Washington avenue, 400 S of Precita place, E 110
by 50; gift.
T. and John Coniy to W. H. Coaly of San Fran
cisco, lots 2 and 10, Oakland Prospect Homestead,
Oakland, warranty deed; $10.
Horace F. Garceion to Harris Garcelon of Oak
land, loc on E line of Poplar street. 108:U Sof
Twenty-sixth, S2sby Ml 15, Oakland: $10.
Katherina M.Allen to Charles Bolin, lot on N
line ot Parsons street, 615 E of Park, X 35 by N
87.76, being a portion of lot 20, block C, Gaskill
Tract, Oakland Township: $10.
Rhoda A. Dickf-le to Frank X. Dlckele of Lorin,
lot on S line of Irving street, 100 E of Baker, E 50
by S 100. beiu? lots 28 and 29, map of plat 5 and
portion of plat 6, Dohr Tract, Berkeley: $10.
J ohn and Julia F. Warner to H. C. Morris, lot
10, block 1: lots 1 and 2, block 2: lots 6 and 16
block 3; lots 6 to 9, block 4; lots 6 lo 10, block 5:
lots 1, h to 13, 36, 17, 20. 21 and 22. block 6- lo:s
1, 2, 5, 6. 12, 13. 16 and 17, block 7: lots 1 and 4.
block 8: lots 1, 4, 5, 10, 11. 12. block 9: lots 1, 2.
8 to 17. 21 and 22, block 10; lots 1, 2, 3, 6. 9, 10
14, 15. 16 and 22, block Ii; lots 7 to 12, block 12;
lots 1,2, 7, 8, 9. 11, 15. 16. 18 to 21, block 14; lots
1, 2, 3, 6, 11, 18 and 19, block 15; lots 1. 2. 3, 5 to
12, block 16; lots 6 and 7, block 17; lots 1, 2, 3 5,
6, 10 to 15, 18. 20, and 21, block 18: also lots 1,
•-•, 7, 9, 10. 12. 13, lf>, 16, 17 and 22, block 19; also
lots 1, 2, 3, 6, 7. 8, 10, 15, 18, 19 and 20, block 20;
also lots 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8 and °. block 22: also lotß 2.
3, 4 and 14, block 23: also lo:s 10, 11, 15, ltt and
17, block 25: also lots 7 to 12, block 26; also lots
1, 2, 3, 6 and 7, block 27: also lots 9. 10, 11, 14 to
18 and 22, block 28; also lots 2, 8, 9 and 17, block
29; also lots 5, 6, 11. 12 and 18, block 39: al«o lots
4 and 7, block 31: also lots 3, 4 and N half of
lot 5 and one acre on S side of lot 6. block 32 ; also
lots 1 and 2 and«E V 4 of lot 5 and one acre on the S
side of lot 6, block 3»; aiso lots 2. 3. 18, 19 26 to
30, 40 to 60, 63 to 68. 71 to 79, 86, 87 and 100 to
106, block 34, map of resubdivisiou of block 34, all
in Warner Tract, Brooklyn Township; $10.
Joseph Warner to same, all interest in Warner
Tract; also all interest in contracts for sale of lots
and all connections due by reason of any transac
tions, quitclaim deed, Brooklyn Township; $10.
William Clark (trustee for Gertrude E. Clark) to
Gertrude Clarx of Brooklyn Township, lot 6, block
J, .-ltone Tract, Brooklyn ToM-nshlp; $10. •
Felix and Delnna Marcuse to Alfred J. Van
Drake of Alameda, lot on N line of Pacific avenue,
83:4 E of Sherman, E 33:4 by N 150, Ala
- Mary W. Mastlck to City of Alameda. lot 11 of
land to be taken for opening and extending of
Buena Vista avenue to a uniform width of 60 feet,
\V 1:071.94 from ,W termination of said avenue,
said termination being 217.50 W from W line of
Seventh street, Alameda; 51227.
C. D. and Kate M. A. Underwood to Annie L.
Nickerson. lot on NE corner of Sutter street and
Telegraph avenue, N 48.40 by E 150, being lot 29,
block C, Vicente Peralta Reservation Tract, Oak
land Township: $10. .
John Dobrmdt 10 William H. Rees, lot 2, block
23. — (6) Daley's Sc.-nic Park Tract, Berkeley ;
$10. ■:.:,■'. -i -■. '■ -: .-■■.■ ':■ : ....-,-
George and Nellie M. Schmidt to Real Estate
Combine, lot beginning ut a point of Intersection of
center line of Franklin street with center line
'of rolsom, thence S\V 331.50, NW 852M0.' NE
331.50, SE 651.00 to beginnlog, Berkeley: also lot
beginning at the Intersection of centt-r line of
Franklin street with center line of Folsom, thence
hW 331.50 by SE 326.20, b»ins portion of plat 64,
Rancho V. and D. Peralta, Berkeley; $10.
Real Estate Combine (corporation) to The Realty
Synaicate (corporporatlon), same. Berkeley; $10.
V Emma 1.. Bowne to Emile A. £rugulere, lot be
ginning at a point where the SB line of the lands j
of Emma I. Bowne et al. intersects th* S\V line
of the main county road lending from Oakland to
San Leanrtro, thence \V 15t>.77 to center of Mer
rill avt*HP (to be opened hereafter), thence s\V
1179.12, 611.75, NE 1193.11 to beginning, be
ing all of that portion of subdivision 1), extended
tocenter line of Merrill avenue, lying N of the
rights of way of said railways, nnd as said avenue
ui',,l rights of way nnd subdivision D are desig
nated on the ma;i of tli» FruHvalc Terminal Tract,
Brooklyn Township; $10. :;: •■•: ■
The McCarthy Company (a corporation) tosame,
same, Brooklyn Township; $1.
Sara A. D. McKee to Eugene J. de Sabla Jr., lot
on NE corner of Railroad avenue and lerinun
street. X 140 by N 81M). Alamcda; $10.
E. J. Jr. and Laura de Sabia to Charles Moellor
of Alameda, lot on NE corner of Railroad avenue
and Sherman street, N 37.33, X 105, N 66.66. X
35.09, S 107. W 140.16 to beginning, Alameda;
Same to Felix Marcuse. lot on E line of Sher
man s'reet, 37. Nof -Railroad avenue, N 33.33
by E 105, Alameda; $10.
'Same to Edward A. Kober, lot on E line of Sher
man street, 103.99 N of Railroad avenue, N 55.55,
E 140:10, S 55.65, W 140:09 to begiuning, Ala
Alfred R. Sheriff to Ann C. Peterson, lot on N
line of San Antonio avenue, 100 W of Oak street,
W 60 by N 150, being lot 7 in E half of block 1,
lands adjacent to Encinal, Alameda; $10.
Pacllic Land Investment Company (corporation,)
to Joseph R. Nunes of Newark, lot 16, block 182,
Map of Town of Newark, Washington Town
* — «. — »
Funeral of J. H. Kuarston.
The funeral of .lohn H. Knarston took place
from Druids' Hall, 413 Sutter street, at 1
o'clock yesterday afternoon. It was largely
attended by friends and members of the dif
ferent lodges to which the deceased belonged.
The services at the hall were in accordance
with the Masonic rite, and the interment was
at Cyprc-s Lawn Cemetery.
SAN FRANCISCO "CALL."
BTTSINKSS OFFICE of the S»n Fntnclico
«r:r Market street, open untU 12 o'ciocS every
BJfbt In th^ year. '
BRANCH OFFICES-530 Montgomery street,
tcrrerClay: »pen until 9:30 o'clock.
Bayes ftireet, open until 9:30 o'e.loclc
718 Larkin street, open until 9:30 o'clock.
.rcrner Sixteenth und MltuAou streets, opea
cr til fo"clock.
if iy Mission street, oppn until n o'clock.
116 Ninth street, open until 9:30 o'clock:.
NOTICi: OF aiAT.JSTi.NuB.
»T2p^ SAN FRANCISCO CHAPTER NO. |i~
l*^ 1, l'.oyal Arch Masons, meets THIS JV
EVENING. R. A. degree. Vlijt
H. G. PRINCE, Secretary. /VV
Ef^S= HERMANN LODGE Na 127, F. A
ESZ& and A. M.— Called meeting THIS A
DAY' (Monday). December 9, 1895, at 7:3o^s"3f
r. .m. Deg. 2. By ordir of the W. M. . /^r\
L. SCHUMACHER. Secretary.
srrrs* CALIFORNIA LODGE NO. 1. F. ]»
IS^^ and A. M. Funeral notice— The offi-,/a>
cers and members of the above-named lodge 3f
are hereby no:i3ed to attend the funeral ot' '^r^
oor late brother, JOSEPH HOLLMAN PORTER-
FIELD, in King Solomon's Hall, Masonic Temple,
THIS DAY (Sunday). December 8, at 1:30 r. m.
Master Masons aud friends of the deceased are in-
vited. By order of the master.
FRANKLIN JI. DAY, Secretary.
£t^=p» OCCIDENTAL LODGE NO. 22, f. »
(S-^ nnd A. M.— Called mretins THls_J»l
(MONDAY) EVENING, at 7:30 o'clock. Tv2f
By order of W. M. H. A. JONES, Sec. /^V^
JS^S* KING SOLOMON LODGE NO. »~~
'^ " j! 260, F. and A. M., corner Gearv and^«*
Steiner sts.— Caiied meetimr THIS (MON-WTf
DAT) EVENING at 7:30 o'clock; first/v>
degree. By order of the Master.
HARRY BAEHR, Secretary.
IK-5© 3 ABOU BEN ADHEM NO.
*-»" 112. I. O. O. F— Officers and #?gfcs^-
brothers are requested to a tend the 4^"sJs*Sf
funeral of our late brother, THOMAS 'WW*
BERTRAM. Assemble at residence, 1025 Fol-
som st., 10 a. m. sharp, TUESDAY. December 10.
W. H. BLUNDEN. Secretary.
FtSS= fRANKLIN SAVINGS AND BUILD-
CSviS' ing Association— annual general meet-
Ing of this association will be held on AIONOAY
EVENING, December 9, in the building 413
Bush St., upstairs, at 7:30 o'clock. Electlon'of
officers for the ensuing year. A committee will be
in attendance to receive votes irom 2 o'clock in
the afternoon. By order.
WILLIAM HATJE, Secretary.
jjp7S=» TO PHYSICIANS— THE MEMBERS OK
t^- 5^ the Father Mathew Total Abstinence r.nd
Benevolent Society, at their meeting to be held at
Academy Hall, 927 Mission st.. near Fifth, on
FRIDAY EVENING next, 13th inst., will receive
bids from physicians for attendance on their mem-
bers and the.r families for the ensuing term of six
W. M. GILLE=iPIE, President. 8 Bernard st.
J..P. McGcire, Cor. Sec, 315 Brannun st.
i£^g= SELECT KNIGHTSOF A M i-- RICA—
tx^£r olticers and comrades of Fearless Lesion
No, 2 are requested to assemble in full uniform Ht
the hail, 20 Eddy St., SUNDAY, December 8.
1595, at 12 m.. lor the purpose of attending: the
funeral of our late comrade. JOHN F. SCHWA RT-
ING. Special— The officers and comrades of Tri-
umph Legion No. 1 are cordially Invited. By or-
der vvV IP.KLAN. Captain.
ntgp» NOTICE— ABANDONED CHILDREN IN
££<& the Roman Catholic orphan Asyinm since
July, 1894. Louisa Eicknoff, a?ed 7 yrs.; Ellen
Finsterbush, 7 3'rs. : Ellen Bragg, 8 yrs; May
Doran, 6 yrs.: Mary Moesch, 7 yrs.; Clara Mann,
7 yr3.: Cora Burke, 12 yrs.; .Mary Murray, 10 yrs.
Respectfully. Sisters of Charity.
TtZrS* PROPERTY-OWNERS, ATTENTION—
s£26* Now is the time to have your houses under-
pinned with brick or wood; havin; my own screws,
etc., can do the work cheap. J. PATTINSON, 1219
BtsS= MRS. ROBB, 1035 MARKET ST., ROOM
a£*& 8, second floor; genuine massage treatment.
■**3f» CORNS REMOVED WITHOUT KNIFE.
H>JB' Chiropodic Institute, room 22, 906 Market.
CORNsriNGROW ING N AILSTSUCCESS-
sS^ fully treated. DR. LLOYD, Lurline Baths.
JPS= BAD TENANTS EJECTED FOR $4.
&*■•*' Collections made, city or country. Pacltic
Collection Co., 415 Mor.tgy St., room 6, Tel. 5580.
Sfc^g WINDOV.'S CIEAXED AND FLOORS
Er-o' scrubbed; reasonable rates: payment for
damages cuaranteed. C. ROSSI & CO.. 242 Sutter.
CJSS= ROOMS WHITENED. $1 UP: PAPER-
-5£37 ed $ 3 50 uo. 3171.2 Third. <ieor*e Hartman.
ijjEigp COLLECTIonS: TENANTS
\S^£> 1 #10: costs paid. 420 Montemnerv. rin. 29.
si tv A tap Ns w AXi J-: : i : > - fk m ai k • ~
\ MERICAN. WOMAN WANTS A SITUATION
xi- as cook: 'understands her work. In all its
branches. LEON ANDRE, 315 Stockton st.
I/'REXCH NURSE— 4 Y E AR r F ERENCES,
X wants i» sittiiiiion with Infant or grown children.
LEON ANDRE, 315 Stockton st.
BT ENGLISH COOK, FIRST-CLASS REFER-
ences from last place; also a German anu two
Swedish housework girls, with city references.
and a French cook, want situations; can be seen
at MISS PLUNKETT'S, 424 Sutter St., tel. main
5472. _ __
QITUATION WANI'ED BY RESPECTABLE
O woman to do general housework; eood plain
cook and laundress; many years' reference. Call
744 Folsom st.
OMPi/l ENT YOUNG WOMAN WISHES TO
\J do upstairs work and care of children; willing
and obliging: coorl reference: no objection to coun-
try. Apply 106V2 Stockton st. .
pOMPETENT WOMAN WITH BEST REF-
Vj erences wishes situa to do general house-
' work in an American family; good cook; wages
815. C, box 133, Call Office. "
pOMPETENT YOUNG GIRL WISHES SITU-
\J ation for general housework: kind to children;
eaji give reference: ran l>e aeen for '£ days. Call
369 Jessie st., near F:f h.
COOK— COMPETENT SCANDINAVIAN WO-
\J man wishes situation in small family; city or
couuiry. Address 810 Howxrd st. :
yOUNO LADY WISHES SITUATION IN
X hotel us cook, cit y or country. Call between 4
and 8 P. m.; 150 Fourth st., room 28.
\V' OMAN WANTS WORK BY THE DAY;
» 1 washlngor housecleanlng. Call 733 Natoma St.,
PLAIN SEWING DONE AT REASONABLE
X price*-, children's iln-sses made from 15 cents
up. Apply 719 Laguna st.
ATION WANTED BY NOVA <COTIAN
Protestant girl; cookinsand housework in pri-
vate family; reference. Call 114 Hayei st.
yOOXO LADY' WANTS POSITION AS PLAIN
X cook and do housework; lives with parents. 22
West Mission st. .
yOUNO WOMAN DESIRES SITUATION TO
X do general housework: good cook; city or coun-
try ; wages $15. J., box 46, Call Office.
p IRL OF 16 WANTS SITUATION FOR LIGHT
VJ housework. Call or address 114 Nntoma st.
ATOUNG, GOOD GIRL WISHKS TO assist
X or taice care of children. Call 426y a Fulton st.
pESPECTABLE GIRL WISHES SITUATION
XV to do housework and cooking.- Apply 321 Ellis.
\\r ANTED— LADY WITH HIGHEST REF-
, '» erences position as housekeeper in hotel,
rooming-house or private fnmily: city or country
Address LADY, box 33. Call Office.
WANTED-BY LADY WITH Al REFER-
»» ences position as housekeeper in private fam-
ily; city or country. Address P. F., box 33 Call.
\rOUNG LADY STENOGRAPHER OF ABIL-
. ity desires a position. Address G. M., . box 71,
TYLISH DRESSMAKER WOULD LIKE
O work by the day in family; good cutter and
fitter. 610 Fourth St., clothing store.
TJ ELIABLE GERMAN GIRL WISHES A POSI-
XV tion to do second work and wait on table, city
or country. ■ Address Reliable, box 74, Call Office.
pOMPETENT WOMAN WANTS SITUATION,
\J city or country; is good cook, baker and laun-
dress or housework; nationality Scotch; references.
Call Monday 419 Minna St., near Fifth.
VOUNO WIDOW FROM NEW YORK CITY,
1 wants a position as housekeeper. ■ 995 Market
St., room 14. 2d floor. ;:-;■:. -, . . _
YOUNG WOMAN OF REFINEMENT, NEAT
-L and thoroughly competent, would like the care
of furnished flat. Call or address 608 Taylor aye.,
BY DRESSMAKER, THOROUGH IN WORK";
private families: by day, week or month: low
prices until acquainted. Address O. M., box 74,
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, MONDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1895.
\\ A NTK I) -SITUATION BY A COMPETENT
■' girl to do general housework in a small family.
Call 748 Howard st. . » j
SEAMSTRESS WISHES SEWING BY THE
day, or will take It home; terms reasonable.
Address S. 11.. box 22. this office.
TjrXPEIUENCED DRESSMAKER WISHES
XJ engagement by. day; satisfaction guaranteed.
921 Postst. .
p ERMAN GIRL WANTS SITUATION ODO
VT general housework. Call or address 707 Va-
lencia St. -
yoUKt) LADY WANTS SITUATION AS
X housekeeper or any light work. Apply 70G
Ellis St., room 3, first floor.
ELIABLE, COMPETENT WOMAN WANTS
situatlo*ln hotel or private boarding-house to
do any kind of work. Address H. A., box 69, Call.
yoUSG LADY WISHES A POSITION AS
X housekeeper. Call or address 40 McAllister st.,
room 1. ■
T^IRST-CfcASS WASHER AND HOUSE-
X cleaner wishes work by the day; $1 and carfare.
Call or address 8641/2 Mission st., room 7.
IRST-CL A COOK AND GOOD SECOND
X girl want place In same family. Address G. S.,
box 33, Call tifrice. ...
DESPECTABLE YOUNG GERMAN WOMAN
•It wishes a situation to do upstairs and plain sew-
in?; no objection to a few children. Address 428
Grove St.. corner Octavia. ■
U'OMAN WANTS WORK BY THE DAY;
"washing or cleaning; $1 a day and carfare.
Address I). ±\. box 19, Call Office.
T\RESSMAKER WILL GO OUT BY DAY,
X/ $1 50, or take work home. Call or address 125
i'OUNG LADY WISHES A POSITION AS
cashier or es waitress or second girl In board-
ing-hoiise. Inquire 607 Natoma st. '
A MERICAN LADY WISHES HOUSECLEAN-
■£*■ inK and ligh: washinjf by the day. Address
MRS. PETERSON, box G, Call Branch Office,
Sixteen th and Mission s:s.
TNDUSTRIOUS LADY WISHES ANY KIND
X of work to do at home; can do most any kind of
fancy work. Apply MKS. J., 41 Weston aye., off
Telegraph aye., Oakland.
"mjeatlTeliaijle woman wants situa-
-l-i tion as housekeeper for respectable gentlemuu.
Address D. J., box 18, Call Office.
LADY WOULD LIKE POSITION AS HOUSE-
keepsr or any kind of mending. 144 Fifth, r. 6.
\ DRESSMAKER WOULD LIKE WORK home
U or go out by the day at $1 50. 301 Franklin st.
2 GIRLS WOULD LIKE POSITIONS ID PKl-
vate family to do cooking aud second work;
city or country. Address L., Call Branch Ollice,
116 Ninth at.
OMPETENT PARTY OVER 30 DESIRES
) i>ositioii in family as nursery governess: good
sewer: experienced in the rare of children. Ad-
dress C. n., Call Branch Oflice, 116 Ninth st.
2 GIRLS WISH POSITIONS IN HOTELJTO DO
chamber or other work; mining district pre-
ferred. Address G.,.Ca1l Brunch Office, 116 Ninth.
JADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S REPAIRING
-i neatly and reasonably done. 917 Market st.,
\\T IDOW AS HOTEL HOUSEKEEPER;
• » low salary. with privilege to keep son of 12
years. M., box 70, Call Office. Oakland.
PEiTiENcTiiTLADY DESIRES POSITION
-i a3 working housekeeper; iio ODjection to chil-
dren. 1102 Howard st.
T ADV FROM THE EAST WOULD LIKE A
-Li position as housekeeper. 203 Powell, room 18.
t^xFerienced lady dksires a posi- !
XJ tion as housekeeper. 001 Pos:, r. 25. 2d floor.
IDOW OF EXPERIENCE DKSIRES PO-
sltion in lodging-house or small family. Apply
230 Turk st.
])EFINED WIDOW WITH SOME MEANS
X\> would like a partner to assist her in a business i
veuturi-. Call or address 230 Turk st.
OUTHERN LADY WANTS HOUSEKEEP-
O er's position or plain sewing. Call or address
203 Powell st.. room 5. •
TTMBROIDEKING SUSPENDERS AND MUF-
i-i flers a specialty. 105 Stockton, lirst floor, r. 22.
WINC HESTEH HOUSE. 44 THIRD ST., NR.
" Market; 200 rooms ; 25c to Xl 50 per night;
$1 CO to $6 per week ; convenient and respectable;
Iree bus to and from the ferry.
WASTED-BY LADY, HIGHEST REFER-
" ences, any position of trust, as invalid's com-
panion, managing linen-room, hotel, or lioiist*-
keeper. Address J., box 70, Call Office, Oakland.
\\riXCHESTER HOUSE, 44 THIRD ST., NR.
" Market; electric lights in every loom: 200
rooms; 25c to $150 per night; $1 50 to $6 per
week free rms to anil from th" ferry.
IS cC G. COOK'S SOU BUPJ»LIKB COOBCS; AU
. .branches: short notice. 3 4 Ueary. Grant 46.
UNTER <fc CO., CHINESE AND JAPAN-
ese employment office, 17 Webb St.. below
Kearny, bet. California and Sacramento; tel. 231.
pHINKSE AND JAPANESE HELP-EST. 20
\J years: tel. 1997. BRADLEY'?, 640 Clay st.
TFl RST-CLASS GARDKNER; THOROUGHLY
-T expVrienced in nursery, fruit culture, landscap-
ing, florist business and perfect decorator; wunts
situation in commercial or privat? place: indus-
trious, energi'tic business man; very best refer-
ences: satisfaction given in every respect. H. L.,
box 89, this office.
CITUATION r WANTED~BY~MiDDLE-AGED,
O sober man; handy with tools and used to farm
work; willing to work cheap; any kind of light
work. Address O. G., box 65, this office.
ARDENER; PRACTICAL: A GOOD RE-
' J liable man; can milk cows; care for horses;
city and country references. Gardener, 31 5 Stock-
yOCN'G MAN OF 28 WOULD LIKE SITU.V-
X tlon at any kind of work. Call or address C. E.,
20 Eleventh st.: icferences.
/^1 ERMAN, 23 YEARS OLD, WISHES ANY
Ijr kind of position. Addres3 G. KARL3UUHER,
9'Jl Post Bt.
"DELIABLE CANDY-MAKER WANTS a sit-
XV nation; has long experience. Call or address
B. NICHOLS, 1065 Market St., room 8. •
"\7"OUNG MAN WISHES SITUATION IN
X private family ; can milk, care for garden and
to make himself generally useful; best city refer-
ences. Address J. F., 127 Turk s'.
ANTKD— A PLACE TO WORK FOR BOARD
while at school. Address P. 8., box 60, Call.
N EXPERIENCED SHOECUTTER AND
upper iltter, on custom work especially, wishes
a position; city or country. J. J., box 67, this
ViTrTNTED— BY A MIDDLE-AGED MAN, PO-
'» ion as bookkeeper or accountant; has Al
references. Address PKOTY, box 135, Call Office.
ri ARDENER— MIDDLE-AGED MAN WISHES
vJT place In a private family: single; understands
his business. Address J. C, box 44, Call Office.
\ T (ii Mi GERMAN WISHES SITUATION AS
X butler or similar work. Address 724 Mission.
yOUXG* MAX WOULD LIKE TO LEARN
X grocery business. 919 Sanchez st.
"Vf IDDLE-AGKD MAN AND WIFE WOULD
1»X like situation on fruit ranch; man well experi-
enced in fruit: woman good cook and housekeeper;
no children. 'Address or call 28 Eighth St., room 68.
"VTURSE OR VALET TO INVALID GENTLE-
J-l man: long experience; highest medical and
private reference. Address Nurse, box 4, Cull of-
lice, Oakland. >'-''*.'':
(IKINESE AND JAVANESE EMPLOYMENT
\J office. J. W. JIM. 637 Commercial St.
b t.M A . r,ti,r ' \V T.KI>.
lITANTED— COOK AND LAUNDKESS,~A
»» short distance, $"J5; German or Scandinavian
cook, no. wash, $30; 3 Protestant German and
Spunish second girls, $20: German nu^ery govern-
ess, $20: French nurse. -T25; hotel waitress, 820;
restaurant waitress. $4 week; and girls for cooking
and housework in city and country. J. F. CROS-
ETT& CO.. 312 Sutter at. ■■-
r\ ERMAN OR SWEDISII WOMAN, BAN LUIS
'■I Obispo, $25; woman with child, Dixon, $10;
Alameda. $20: Ventura, $20; • Salinas, $20; Vl-
salia, S2O, 2 in family: waitress, Paso Robles, $20,
good plac«; 10 young girls to assist; several good
housework girls, $20 to $25. MISS CULLEN, 105
StocKtcn st. >.-.- i •
FRENCH GIRL FOR SECOND WORK;
XX light place. MISS CULLEN, 105 Stockton st.
I FRENCH GIRL FOR " HOUSEWORK : $25 ;
X; references. MISS CULLEN, 105 Stockton st.
p ERMAN GIRL FOR SECOND WORK AND
VJT sewing; references; $25. MISS CULLEN, 105
Stockton st. "
YIT ANTED— 2O GIRLS AND WOMEN TO FILL
»» numerous situations at housework, cooklnt;
etc., $15, $20 and $25. MURRAY A READY
634 and 636 Clay st.
O GERMAN AND 1 FRENCH SECOND GIRLS,
£* $20; Scandinavian housework girls, $12, $15
and $20; German girl for ranch, see partvhere
Monday, $20. C. R. HANSICN <fc CO., 110 Geary.
\y ANTED— f-CLASS WAITRESS AND
'» parlormaid, $25: German nurse, also assist in
second work, $25; French nursery governess. $25:
cook and laundress. Martinez, $25; 50 good house-
work girls, for city and country, $25 nnd $20; 10
young housework girls, *lHand $'20. Apply MISS
PLUNKETT, 424 Suttergv , /
ANTED— WORKING HOUSEKEEPER FO
ranch near city, $20 per month and found.
Apply to W. D. EWER <fe CO., 626 Clay st.
AITRESS, PLAIN HOTEL, $20. R. T.
VY WARD & CO., ClO Clay. ,
p IRL, WILLOWS. 3 IN FAMILY, $25, FARE'
vT paid; German ranch cook, $20; German cook;
2 girls. $28; 10 at $20: 4 nurse girls. $10; girl, as-
sist.. $10, $15. MMX. LEOPOLD, 20 Stockton st.
WA NTED — COOKS, CHAMBERMAIDS,
waitresses, nur3e girls and girls for house-
work; city and country. MRS. HIRD, 705 Polk st.
ANTED— WOMAN TO DO 'LIGHT'HOUSIS-
work. v -3% Clyde st., : off Townsend, between
Third and Fourth. - : ' ■ • ■■;.-;-..,. -■.■.•.,"
p ERMAN GIRL TO HELP. TAKE CARE OF
XT children and assist: wages $12. 918 Seven-
teenth st. Castro-si, car. ■ "■'»',': .•
■fflj 1(\ GIRL FOR LIGHT HOUSEWORK:
tJpXV/. call before 11 o'clock. 937 Fourteenth
St., bet. >.'oe and Castro.
ANTKD— GIRL FOR UPSTAIRS work
and waiting. 1307 Hyde st.
QMALL GIRL TO assist WITH CHILD. . 217
O Eighth ot., bakery. / . . : :
• IRL FOR LIGHT HOUSE WORK; $10. CALL
v* 768 Ashbnry. corner Frederick.
BY AMERICAN COUPLE. GIRL TO ASSIST
light housework; wages $8. :. 1608 Fulton.
GOOD HANT^S^N^VESTSr^i^'. STEVEN^
son St. -:■ -•■:■■ ; ;.. - .-.. ' ' .' ■ '.•<■,••;;: :
p IRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK. «20
.vT Halghtst.,afterlO; $12.
LITTLE GIRL— ASSIBT HOOSEWORK, $5.
J 609 Locust aye., off Lagnna at. nr. McAllister.
OUNG GIRL . FOR LIGHT HOUSEWORK
X and mind children. 802 Vallejo st,, flat A.
WA N T E I S • IP ER WAITRESS FOR- RES^
»» taurant. 717 V» Howard st.
T ADIES INSTRUCTED IN HAIRDRESSING,
XJ manicurluij, face treatments, removal wrinkles,
etc;claB3 or private. MRS. BUTLER, 131 Post.
ANTED— PUPILS IN MILLINERY ;
sons in class or private; evening class; hats
trimmed; reasonable. 410 Leavenworth st. ,
ANTED— YOUNG LADIES TO LEARN A
»T complete course in millinery; will guarantee
them positions in spring. Call at the New Insti-
tute, 121 Post st., room 51. -
rpilE MOST~RELIABLE DRESS-CUTTING
I school is 505 Fell st. MRS. R. L. JONES.
TVTEAT, WILLING girl for LIGHT
±S housework; small family; references requirea.
1136 Turk st. "
N" UMBER OF GIR^S FOR COOKING AND
X> general housework; wages $20 to $25. Apply
at the Swedish and German Employment Bureau,
315 Sutterst.' ... .. y
"pANTS-FINISHERB. 641 MARKET STREET.
ADY CANVASSERS AND SOLICITORS ON
J salary; good positions: saleladies in muslin
underwear and fancy goods: mast be experienced
and capable o* doing fancy needlework and mak-
iiiff estimates on same; our system of business will
be of assistance to you if you are in need of a posi-
tion. United States Industrial Agency, room 167
pi rTTfOR HOUSEWORK; WAGES 810. 2094
vT Market 3t. •
rYIAILOREStfES. ALSO FIRST-CLASS WAIST-
-1 finishers wanted. 504 Sutler st.
Ith.SS.MAKKRS — FIRBI-CLASS SKlRT-
niakera wanted. 604 Slitter st.
Tr A IRDRESSING, 26c AND 36c: MORNING
Jland ev'gclasses;lo lessons,sl 50. 1248 Mission.
OPERATORS ON FLANNEL OVERSHIRTS
and underwear. LE V STR A U <t CO., 32 y
Fremont st. :".'■••■
T AWRENCE PATTERN HOUSE— DRESB-
XJ cutting school. 1231 Market St., bet. Bt!i and 9th.
"IJUT'TLs Wa N TED; POSITIONS GUaRAN-
X toed : patterns2Bc up • latest, skirts 36c. MCDOW-
ELL's iiressmaking Acuaemy. 213 Powell st.
OST CONVENIENT AND RESPECTABLE:
Winchester House. 44 Third St., near Market;
200 rooms; 25c to $1 60 per night: $1 60 to $6 per
week : free bus to and from the ferry. •
INCH ESTER HOUSE, 44 THIRD. NEAR
TT Market— Electric lights iti very room: 200
rooms: 25c to 31 60 per night; $1 60 to $6 per
week : c c bus to and from the ferry. .
RIsSS CUTTING TAUGHT. U. S. TAILOR
system. 14 McAllister St., rooms 67 and 68.
T ADIES TO MANHATTAN KGO FOOD;
XJ is the best. C. KERTELL, San Mateo. '
UIANO LESSONS BY T HOIIUL'UHLY
X schooled urtipt: lessons 25c. 617 Jones st.
PROFESSOR LIVINGSTON'S DRESSCUT-
X llngpuil m .ik school: all branches. 702Sutter.
AJ ILK agjLP^WA > IKD,
TT draulic mine. $150 to $250: harness-maker for
Mexico. .f-M) to $60 and found, fare paid; ligliter-
man who can speak Spanish, $40 and found; 4 car-
penten tor Central America, $6 a day, silver;
milker and choreman: vegetable gardener on
shares; tie-maker and others. Apply J. F. CROS-
ETT & CO., 628 Sacramento st.
QUPKRINTKNDENT FOR ORCHARD AND
O vineyard; cook for lunch house; dairyman for j
Nevada." $30; ranch teamster. $20. R. T. WARD
dt CO., 609 and 610 Clay street.
U P R I T N E N T FOR H AY AND GRAIN
0 ranch, orchard and vineyard: age 35 to 40:
must have lir^tt-class references; $50 and found
iirst 3 month;, $75 and foun<l every month there-
after. MUhI'.AY & READY, 6:U and 636 Clay.
ACHINfi DISHWASHER, HOTEL, $30;
potwasber. hotel. $25; call tarly. C. R. HAN-
SEN <fc CO.. 110 Ueary st:
y OUNG'FuKNcir or swiss SECOND cook,
-L iirat-class hotel; second cook, country hotel,
$30. C. R. HANSKN & CO.. 110 Geary st.
pHRISTMAS GREENS— WANTED, EXPERI-
\J enced men to make wrc-aths and garlands:
wages $3 to ia perday. Address C.CROCKFdRD,
Colma, San >niteo County, or call ai 39 Post street,
7 to 9, evenln.-s. ! •
AN CANVASSER; NO CAPITAL NECRS-
snry ; somethinz new. Call bet. 9 and 11 a. m.,
1 and 4 p. m., 224 Minua st.
WANTED— PARTNER TO ATTEND CASH
TT uter bikl bar, corner grocerj* store; $160
required. Call early, 5 Mason st., upstairs.
BA RBER S ' A SS( lAT I O MEETS TO-
night, 639 California st. .S. Fuchs, employ-
ment secretary, 328 Grant aye. I. Less, tinanclal
secretary, 610 Lacunit st. Pay dues to no others
for the above association. H. A. WOLFE, Pres.
ARBER WANTED ON COMMISSION. 227^5
Second street. ,-:."- " . * "
ARBKR WANTED; STEADY. 1001 MlS-
slon, near Mxth street. •:. ' / .•»
GOOD HAND CIGAR-MAKEBS; WHITE
labor. Apply at 108 Taylor st.
C~ ARRIAGE BLACKSMITH WANTED: GOOD
\J man; none other need apply. 870 Howard at.
>.) PAINTERS. 930 CHCBCH ST., NEAR
— Twenty-fourth. • . •
IS II WASHER WANTED AT. 303 Vs THIRD
St., Favorite restaurant.
Air ANTED-2 BARBKRS. . APPLY AFTER 8
» » a. m., 757 Howard st.
OBER MAN FOR LUNCH COOK WANTED.
42 .-ipear st. \
MAN TO JOIN ME: WORKING PROPOSI-
tion; $25 necessary. E., box 12, Call Office.
p OOD COOK. PENNSYLVANIA HOTEL, 226
VX Michigan st., opp. Union Iron Works, Potrero.
l^lßsilcLAsiri^NlSHEß; EXPERIENCE ON
X* machine: Hne custom work, 266 Minna st.
ANTED— DISHWASHER. APPLY 1218
Pffint Lobos aye., near Geary-street car-house.
TAILORS WANTED ON COATS; STEADY
1 work: good wages. 108 Bait ryst.
W ANTED— STEADY. MAN FOR LIGHT, ACT-
. TT ive bu.sint'ss: experience unnecessary; will
pay $75 per mouth to start with: cash required,
$200; see to-day. STRAND <fc CO., 46 Third St.
OOD TWO-CHAIR 15c SHOP FOR SALE;
V_X rent cheap. Apply this office.
WANTED— A "POSITION as tutor BY a
»> Hnrvard graauate; M. A. and Ph.D. of Colum-
bia; preparation for college a specially: also
Frencti, Spanish and Italian. Apply to MARY L.
CII EEN E Y« 300 Post st. "
WANTED — TINSMITH OK AGENT, WITH
TT $1000, in -manufacturing business. Address
O. X., hox 14, Call Ollice.
"WANTED— IF YOU a re A CATHOLIC and
»t of fair education and appearance and want
work, apply to J. N.ODELL, 7 City Hall square.
BABBEB SHOP, SISKIYOU CO.. RUNNING 2
chairs. 25c shaving: can be bought for $175.
See STOLTZ. 630 Market st. ■ " "
TMRST-CLABS COATMAKBR (MAN). TO
-E work inside. • ROSENBLUM <& ABRAHAM,
1103 Market st. ..
TNDUSTRIOUS MAN, WITH $40 CASH, CAN
X secure steady, profitable employment by ad-
dressing 8., box 58. Call Office. ■■■-:■. y-v-
WANTED— CHILDREN'S CLOTHING SALES-
man; Al reference required. • RAPHAELS.
INGLE MAN WANTED AS PARTNER BY
single lady, in good business; capital. Ad-
dress G. 8., box 78, call Oflice.
BOY WANTED— COMMISSION BUSINESS;
$3 per week. Address C, box 86, this office.
F~OR~RKNT— BARBER-SHOP: FURNISHED:
£ central location; low rent. 950 Broadway, Oak-
VTEW WALDO HOUSE. 765 MISSION. BET.
-Li Third and Fourth, nearly opp. St. Patrick's
Church— l Inform my friends and patrons that the
house is now ready for the reception of guests. No
labor or expense spared iv pnttins: the bouse in
h'rsl-class condition. I thank my friends and
patrons tor their past patronage and hope for a con-
tinuance of same. Boat bouse on Pacilic Slope; no
dark rooms; best lighted and ventilated bouse in
city ; clean, quiet; a readlng-poom: one bed in each
room; prices from 15c up per night, $1 up per
week. J. BITTERLIN, proprietor.
"jDOSEDALE HOUSE, 32i JCUUB ST.— SINGLE
Xl< furnished rooms, 20c; 81 per week. > »
ARBER SHOP AND BATHS, SOUTHERN
pare of California, $185. Call; this is a bargain.
I STOLTZ, 630 Market at, ":".-. .^ — -.
.1 /i A MEN TO TA KE LODGING AT lOC, 16c
J \l\J and 20c a night, including coffee and rolls.
! 624 Washington st., near Kearny. y ;/.
WANTED— M UN TO GET BOTTLE SHARP
steam beer. 6c; bottle wine, sc. 609 Clay st.
WANTED-SINGLbI ROOMS, 16c A DAY; $1
week; rooms for wo, 25c a day, $1 50 a week;
reading-room: dairy papers. 36 Clay st.
TpiRSTCLASSSHOE REPAIRING: REABON-
-L able prices; no poor material. 319V4 Ellis st. -
EN'S SOLING 60c: LADIES' 40c: DONE
while you wait. 638 Market, opp. Palace Hotel.
pORN ICE-MAKERS WANTED .AT THE
\J Forderer Cornice Works. 224 Mission st. :■ -,
MEN'S SOLES, 50c; HEELS, 25c: DONE IN 15
minutes, while you wait. 1197 Market. cor. Bth.
TVf ANSION HOUSE. 961 MISSION, NR. SIX 1 11
■!"■»- —Thoroughly renovated refurnished ; 100 rms,
25c night to $1 60 week; clean; quiet; readlng-rm.
ARBERS— FOR EMPLOYMENT ■ CALL BEC-
X> re'.arv Barbers' A sso., 325 Grant aye. S. FUCHS.
MEN'S SHOES HALF-SOLED 40c, LADIES
-Itl 35c; done In 10 minutes. 959 Howard st. ; -
WINCHESTER HOUSE. 44 THIRD ST., NEAR
'» Market: 200 rooms, 25 cents a night; reading.
room: free bus to and from the ferry. . ' -y . .-■ . -
T INDELL HOUSE, SIXTH AND HOWARD-
XJ slngle furnished rooms: 76c week, 15c night. X
1 ARBERS, FoR. EMPLOYMENT CALL SEC.
i_^ Barbers' Assn.. 12 Seventh. H. SCHEUNERT.
IEA BK A,: TRADE— SIGN OR PICTORIAL
x J painting taught for $6: xreat opportunity. D.
LEVY. 35 Eighth st.. San Francisco.
L> ARBERS' PROTECTIVE UNION EMPLOY"
XJ ment secretary. CONRAD TROELL. 657 Clay.
TIHE RAILROAD HOUSE BB3"COMMERCIAL
-I- s:., below Montgomery; | stngle rooms 15c night,
26c for two: best aud cleanest bouse in town.
■ * -..'■-.—■. ■:.-.'- ■ . •...,-■. •■■■.:;'
. HELP WANTED-Contlnn«(!._
WANTED— XnDMECH ANICS
'» 10 know tbat Ed oik In, Reno House proprie-
tor, still runs Denver House, 217 Third St.; 150
large rooms: 25c per night: $1 to $3 per week.
SAM CHINESE AND JAPANESE EM-
ployment office. 511 Bush st.. nr. Grant aye.
REE : BEER-TWO SCHOONERS ; FOR . sc;
' also a bottl tof lager, sc. at 637. Clay St.
ANTED— MEN WHO DO NOT RECEIVE
tt their wages to placo accounts with us; law and
commercial collection; no charge unless successful.
KNOX COLLECTION AGENCY 110 Slitter, r. 4.
HAT CHKKR UOU&K, 6i,» tSACRA JIENTiJ
st. : 100 outside rooms, best spring beds; single
rooms, 20c a day: $1 a week: meals, 10c.
OZART, 319 ELLIS, ROOMS '^5C TO 500
night, $1 25 to *:> week; reading rooms.
IfiREE COFFEE AND ROLLS. 704 SANSOME;
I ' single rooms 15c, 20c a night, $1 a week. .
EST IN CIT i— S I NGL E ROOMS, 15, 20 AND
25 cents per night; SI, SI 25, $1 60 p»r week.
Pacific House .Commercial and Leldesdorff sts.
SECOND- H AN UKUSHUKS.SO ME
tt\-/V/ nearly new, 25c to $1 25. 662 Mission st»
RY ACME HOUSE, 957 MARKET ST., BE-
low Sixth, for a room : 25c a night: $.1 a week.
JUST OUT; NEW MACHINE FOR RKPAIR-
Ing shoes: call and see: half-soled in 15 min-
utes, done while you wait; all repairing done by
machinery: nil repairing at half price: work guar-
anteed. 562 Mission st.. bet. First and second.
A GENTS WANTED FOR A NEW PAYING
-t*. business: send your address to-day for samples
and fu;l particulars free. CHARLES MARSHALL,
Lockport, N. Y. '■•>■• -
\\r A NTED— LOCA L AGENTS IN EVERY
tt town on the Pacific Slope to handle John
Sherman's Recollections and other publications;
we also want six good men to travel and appoint
agents. Address the Werner Company, 7 City
Hall square, San Francisco.
T- E ATHE iT SUSPKNDERS; STRENGTH
XJ and comfort: agent's sample, worth SI, for 65c
prepaid. Russet Leather Co., 317 S. Grant St.,
~\kT ANTED, CANVASSERS— 2 OR 3 FIRST-
tt class lady solicitors to sell new patented
article pertaining to ladies' apparel; never has
oeen placed on the market. For further informa-
tion call 1724 Taylor st., Oakland, Cal., from 1 to
3 i\ m. V_V
JTIALIFORNIA MUTUAL BENEFIT SOCIETY
\J wants good agents to work its accident and
Rick Insurance; liberal Inducements offered. J.
W. HANNA Secretary. Murphy building.
A "bsolutely highfTst^price ""paTdjfor
-iV second-hand furnituie and carpets by Lnndy
Furniture Co., 813 Market St.; call or send postal.
("IASH PRICK paid FOR FURNITURE. JA-
\J COB SCHWERDT. 821 Mission, bet. 4th & sth.
AUCTIONEER J. C. MUTIIER. 71» MARKET
-t*- St., pays highest cash prices for furniture.
HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR FURNITURE,
carpets. Btove3. BROWNE, 103 9th; postal.
HG. KRASKY, CARPETS, PICTURES,
. folding, iron beds, furniture; low prices: Cal.
Ftenlfldder —nofactd '.or tho trade. 779 Mi.s«ion.
•t in Western Addition for brother and sister.
• adults. Address, stating terms, W. A., box 46, Caii.
"WANTED— BY MAN AND WIFE AND~ 5-
T» year-old child, sunny suite rooms, with board;
private family: references. i.j. Z.. box 10. Call. ■
• HOUSES WANTKI>7
TT containing 12 to 15 rooms, for immediate oc-
cupation: location Western Addition. Address L.,
box 153, this office.
ROOMS WANTED. ,
TJUJRN isS E^DROOari : N E^^XCHANOE~FOR^
X 1 piano, half cash. P., box 33, this office.
FURNISHED ROOMS, ith USE OF
kitchen, for housekeeping, north of Market, not
above Jones. Price not over $12. Please address
(i. H. F.. 333 Bush st.
I'ROPKKTV WANTED. ~.
XV bet. Pierce, Devisadero, Pine and Clay sts; lot
about 30 feet; price $10,000. Address P. O.
WANTED— JJIIs i-ANiiU
\\TA^T^rD^YTn.'T^P^NTEITD CXi ?)R "PU?.
TT W. V., box 119, Call.
TTIGHEST PRICE FOR LADIES' AND GENTS'
XX second-hand clothing. IIAIIN, 316 Third st.
ANTED— YOUR -WATCH, IF IT NEEDS
'» repairing: best work at half the regular price.
DEL'SS, -.viitchmaker, 126 Kearny st., third rioor.
ELL YOUR BOOKS, CLOTHING AND JEW
0 elry to A. KLEIN, 11)9 Sixth St.; send postal.
A PROF. F. EUGENE, a
PROF. F. EUGENE,
1728 MARKET .->T.
for all whocoDsult him. Remember Prof. Eugene
is permanently located in San Francisco; don't fail
to call ; read his Sunday's advertisement.
. 1728 Market s:.
TARLIOHT MEDIUM AT ONE GLANCE RE-
-0 veals past, present, future. 866 8 Market, rm. 2.
PRESENT, PAbT ANDFUiURE. 25c. MME.
X LEGGETTE. 311 Tehama St., near Fourth.
| JEST CLAIRVOYANT AND CARD READER
X) on earth ladies and gents, 25c. 206 Fourth st.
ME. BAVENA RETURNED; SITS DAILY;
names given, 25c up. 828 Howard, bet.4:h& 6th.
pLAIRVOYANT ANiF'IIFE READER: LA-
\J dies 26c. 230 Clara st., bet. Fifth and Sixth.
MES. BELL AND MAY. CLAIRVOYANTS
and magnetic healer: readings and treatment
daily, 10 to 6: circles every evening, ft o'clock; 25
cts. 805V2 Market st., parlors 8-10. -.;- -
MME. ARNDT, BEST GERMAN FORTONE-
teller: only 25c and 50c; show you the picture
of your future husband or wife. 724 Harrison st.
ROF. LEON, CLAIRVOYANT. PALMIST,
trance charmer, has no equal: valuable advice,
reunites lovers, causes speedy marriage, removes
evil inlluences: troubles nealed. 533 Post, 9to 8.
MM B. MOREAU. MEDIUM; REVIEALS THE
past. present and future;2sc up. 764 Howard st.
THEL GRAY, CaliD-KEADER, PALMIS-
try and magnetist. 1031 Market St., rooms 1
ME. DR. THOMAS, SCIENTIFIC REVEAL-
-1»1 er by eggs and cards: tells entire life, past,
present, future; consultations on all affairs: noth-
ing excepted; names given: good advice: sure
help: restores lost lovo by sympathy: mistake im-
possible; fee $i: letter $2. 929 Post St., nr. Laricin.
A UST A LEOLA, FORTUNE TELLER: '
A ii.a'-io charms; love toUen»; true picture of
future wife and hnsband: teaches fortune-telling;
develops clairvoyance, slate writing, etc.; has the
seven holy seals and the Palestine wonder chans:
fee 81 ana UL'ward. 2326 Mission, nr. Twentieth.
SJMK.L X ti A VISM.
RsTc. 3. MEYER, TRANCE BUSINESS
medium ; circles Monday and Friday evenings.
251 4 a Sutler st.
rv EST CIRCLE TO-NIGnT. 10c. MME. YOUNG,
1 605 McAllister st, Skeptics invited.
MRS. J. J. WHITNEY, CLAIRVOYANT
tr<»nce medium : sittings 81. 218 Stockton st.
ASTERN STAR PLANET-SKERESS AND
lit psychometrist: consultation 50c. 917 Market.
■\I RS. MAYO STFTERS7TEST AND BUSINESS
ItX medium : readings dally. 101 Grove, cor. Polk.
LOST. -— — — ■
J Savings and Loan Society of Snn Francisco in
tho name of SAMUEL GRIMSHAW, No. 201.948.
The finder will please return to bank.
FOUND — THE GjCeXteT^T^mXaßOulvD
stock of accordions, mandolins, banjos and
guitars in the city at prices lower than the lowest.
KEENKS Pioneer Music-siore, 3 Third st., cor.
Market. -/ ;• : ; - :. . ■ . , ■ .■" . - .... ■.. ■ .
FoUnd— pointer DOG, with collar.
Owner apply at 3090 Mission st. ' . . .
";-. XKGAL ftOTICEj. — —
V| Er A KTMENT^l^or^T^^oTTA^E^irPrHE
U Superior Court, in and for the City and County
of San Francisco, state of California. In the mat-
ter of the estate of CHARLES D. ROOT, deceased
Notice Is hereby given that MON DAY. the 9th
day of December, A. D. 1895, at 10 o'clock a. m
of said day, at the courtroom of Department No
9 of said court, at the new City Hall, in the City
and County of san Francisco. State of California,
have been appointed as the time and place for
proving the will of said CHARLES D. ROOT, de-
ceased, and for hearing the application of RUBY
ALICE ROOT for the issuance to her of letters
testamentary thereon. Dated November , 26, A. D.
3 of* s. v ■'■",_■-.■■ - ■■ ■ • ■.•-'.-■" ■_"■ .. ■ , o*t- ■ .
[Seal.] CHARLES F. CURRY. Clerk.
, ,™ By F. B HOUGHTON, Deputy Clerk.
_W ALTER H. LINFORTH. Att'y for Petitioner.
. . . ' "'■.-.'•-..• nt«7kagi; ;.. ~
OV E RL^N^^^TEUnTF'^TTrA^fJFTcu^'co^
Fi*».h and Bluxome sts., furniture and goods
packed, shipped and stored: 0 large fireproof waro-
honses; low rates; advanci-H made.tTel. south 388.
O hold goods, etc. J. M. PIERCE, 735 Market st.
WILSON : BROTHERS. .7 1710" MARKET-
tt Storage; low rates: trlephono Bouth 7(12. ;
T7IRaT-CLA"sssT6RAaE ; ADVANc'EM MAD?
J421-423 Market st. CHAM. L. TAYLOR.
laws a specialty; suits, superior, Juetlce'and
Police Conns: torms reasonable;' collections, eta
G.W.HOWE, att'y-at-law, 850 Market.cor.Stockton
W W-. DAVIDSON, EY-AT-LA wTaa
tt . California at., rms. li-16; advice tn*™-^.
•^ :J _^2 : .^. ■ ItICVILKx ;/■•,•■ ,■> ; ■y-vy
TDARK CYCLERY-NB^AVheELsTto ISt7
X best t accommodations. Terminus '• Geary - Mo>
AlUster and PoweU si. car lines. . B^* 1 • *T
PESTAURANT; 1 FROM MARKET
Jv st.: receipts $nO; handsomeiy fitted up; elec-
tric lights throughout place. r STKNBERO &
TREIBER. 632 Market sU_ .. : :
q-UXfi PARTNER - RESTAURANT; BEST
ap\JO\J. 'possible, location: remaining partner
responsible, practical business man: satisfaction o!
profits • will ■be given; receipts $45 ; opportunity
seldom ever offered. STENBERG. 632 Market.
<Si^^(\ GROCERY' AND BAR: WESTERN
t>ul/. Addition; noopposltlon. STENBERG _
TREI BER, 632 Market, opposite Pa!ace Hotel.
(frOXA 1' A R T N E R IN GRAVEL GOLD
1 OO\J . mine. Calaveras Co. ; experience un-
necessary; prospects good: reference: good chance.
BTENBERQ <fe TREIBER, 632 Market st.
_ A ftfi CANDY AND ICECREAM BUSI-
«STtUI/. ne«a: excellent location; goods sold at
invoice or above amount: bargain. STENBERG
& TREIBER, 632 Market st.
RABK OPPORTUNITY— HALF INTEREST
in bakery lunch parlor: one of leading places
of Its kind in city; receipts $100 daily; anyone
with average intelligence can conduct same;
owners nave urgent business e'sewhere: thorough
trial ana Investigation given before buying. STEN-
BERO & TREIBER, 632 Market st.
©1 QXA LIQUOR-STORE ; THIRD ST. ; CON-
«3pi-O«JU. trols large trade; cheap rent: posi-
tively full value in stock, fixtures; suitable for two
partners: genuine bargain.' STENBERG _
TREIBER, 632 Markat st., opp. Palace Hotel.'
<Cil HAH. BAKERY NORTH OF MARKET:
«3>XUUU. baking 2i/ 3 bbls. daily: 2 horses and
wagons; weekly receipts $150; 6 living rms.: rent
«35; 1: ase; bargain. cTENBERG, 632 Market st.
"VfOTICE— HAVING SEVERAL BUYERS
-Li willing to invest in legitimate business, parties
desiring to sell apply to HEALY & CO., 23 Kearny.
Q> AfU} GROCERY AND BAR; FINE LOCA-
«IPT:\'I/. tiou; selling 6 barrels week. HEALY,
23 Kearny st. .'
ffifOAA PARTNER IN CORNER saloon:
r]TsOv.'l'. clearing $150 month; not necessary to
understand the business, but must be of sober
habits. Apply HEALY. 23 Kearny st. -. '' -
TO BUY OR SELL A BUSINESS OF ANY
kind quick for cash see STRAND <fc CO., 45 3d.
pORNER GROCERY' AND BAR: OLD ESTAB-
\J llshed: pays well; full value:4 rooms: cheap
rent; a sacrifice. STRAND & CO., 46 Third st.
TJESTAURANT; Xo. 1 LOCATION; LARGE
-IV trade; handsomely fitted up: to be sold at a
bargain. STRAND <fc CO., 46 Third st.
(jj'O'.Jl PARTNER WANTED IN WOOD.
iO\J. coal, hay and craiu business; clears $75
per month each. STRAND <t CO., 45 Third st.
PARTNER WANTED IN . GOOD
<JP— l/1/ . paying saloon; owner prefers partner to
hiredjielp. STRAND & CO.. 45 Third st.
QiA^d SALOON O r EAR MARKET ST.;
«3Pt:OU. bargain. STRAND & CO., 45 Third st.
<E»^fi AAA CASH TO INVEST: BUBI-
qp»J\J.\J\J\J nesses bought for cash or sold on
commlsalon. I'ROLL «fc LLOYD, 719 Market st.
YE ING AND CLEANING ESTABLISH;'
ment; good income: Investigation will speak
ior itself. PROLL & LLOYD, 719 Market st.
ALOON— KEARNY, NEAR JACKSON; BIG
transient. PROLL it LLOYD, 719 Market st.
(»1 C/\ CORNER RESTAURANT; BEST LO-
<H)±c)U. cation:, big dinner trade. PROLL &
p ROCERY AND BAR OX MINNA ST.; POS.t-
*J tively a guaranteed paying business. PROLL
& LLOYD, 719 Market st. '
©OAAA WHOLESALE AND. RETAIL
«JP— *V/v'v/. wine and liquor business, with excel-
lent store and outside customers: low rent and
Ion? lease. Inquire 533 California St., Phoenix bar.
<fiTjC(l BKKR AND WINE SALOON; $12 TO
»4P"±UU. $15 dally receipts; rent $45: choicest
locution. Particulars 633 California, Pha>nix bar.
*«s9OO SALOON; , MUST SELL TO-DAY;
»4P— fV^U. good business: 3 doors from Kearny:
low rent; a bargain. Particulars 633 California
St., Phoenix bar.
Q7 A A BAKERY; WESTERN ADDITION;
«3) I \.'\J. $16 to $20 per day: countertrade; besj
location: living rooms; furnished; must sell on
account of sickness. BARRETT, 865y Market st.
<J& BRANCH BAKFRY; MUST BE SOLD
is)l.£O. to-day. BARRETT, 865^ Market st.
(3;99X branch bakery, CANDY and
»4P«j*-«J ..stationery store; 4 living rooms: rent
$18; snap. BARRETT «fc SKII-'F, 865^ Market.
ffljO.^A, SHOE STORE FOR SALE; FINE LO-
tjpt/O\J. cation; doing a good business: one
wishing to engage in shoe trade no better opportu-
nity can be found. J. B. MIHAN, 509 Kearny at.
WANTED-MODERATE SUM TO COMPLETE-
" the mosi perfect cable or trolley car fender ex-
tant: will sell an interest or borrow the money,
secured by first-class real estate. L. "W., box 33,
A 1 CHANCE IN P^VYING OLD ESTAB-
xA. lislici! corner saloon on Thlri St.; partner-pre-
ferred instead hired help: $500 required; trial Call
after 12 ociock, H46 Fo'.som st.
4^'jxn I" A R'I.NKR WaN'I'KD in OLiJ K>-
fipZitJU. ta'tilished wood, co-i!, hay and gram
business. Address B. D., box 91. Call Office.
T\TOTION STORK, CIGARS, TOBACCO. EIC; 3
xi llvlnic-rooms: with or without furniture; at a
bargain: low renr. 48 Seventh st. ■
CJj "I -\(\ WIDOW WISHES PARTjEH TO
O\J. take charge of grocery and bar. 6
Mason st. . ,
INING-ROOM; CHEAP; SUITABLE FOR
man and wife. Inquire grocery, cor. Howard
and Fifth s:s.; no agents.
AKERY FOR SALE— TRADE $20 A DAY':
t od horse aDd wagon; goes for $1600. Ad-
dress P., box 33, Call Office. ,
OLP ESTABLISHEP WOOD AND COAL
yard: doing cash trade; must be sold on ac-
count of other business. Apply 69 Eighth st.
d|OCA WOOD AND COAL YARD, INCLUD-
OO\J. ing horse, wnson and bnilding; rent
$2 50 per month. 873 V2 Market St., room 1.
T COST-NEW BRANCH BAKERY. 633
©OQ A S A LOON FOR |SALE. 65 FOURTH
aijo^n EXCLUSIVE COUNTY RIGHTS
fff)Du\J. for one of the best selling articles; 50
per cent profit. CLASSEN <fc CO., 629 Shotwell
St., S. F. .
USINESS MAX AS MAXAGER OR PAItT-
1J ncr: bonds required. C. V^ box 17, Call Office.
PARTY WITH $500 TO OI K IN PROFIT-
X able business. 612 California st., room 14.
fiJtOT^rT PARTNER WANTED^ OR~~WILL
iglOiJyj. sell; ■- stead y man; lodging-house, 55
beds, clearing $125 per month. 140 Minna st.
Ir»OR " LEASE, EXCHANGE OR SALE—
Ranch: will pay well. 1217 Clay st.
01* I 7 c RE S T A XJ.U AN T ; AND COFFEE
.1 lU. house, good location: surrounded by
several foundries: suitable for man »nd wife;
terms part cash, balance monthly payments. J. M.
GOLOBECK, box 110, this office. ■
OtJ^O GROCERY' ANDSALOON; ALL NEW
«lrttt/v/. goods; death of proprietor reason. Call
STORE TO LET AND FIXTURES FOR SALE
on Market and Taylor. SPECK <fc CO., 602 Mkt.
BI!A*S FOUNDRY' FOR SALE; DOING A
good- business; complete plant and tools; low
rent; four years lease; good reasons given for sell-
ing. For particulars address GKORGE NOLAN,
133 BeaU st., San Francisco.
pARTY^HAS A FEW HUNDRED DOLLARS
X to Invest in profitable business. Principals ad-
dress. giving particulars, G. H., box 149, Call. v
ARTY GOING EAST ON JANUARY 1 DE-
sires to close out an established and good-paying
business: small amount of cash otily required. "For
particulars address Business, box 14, Call Ofllce.: ''
EEFINED MIDDLE - AGED GENTLEMAN,
X\i with $600 cash, wishes to meet lady or widow
with some means to start bosiness. A. F., box 4,
Call Otllce, Oakland.
©inn PART CASH (HALF); GOOD PAY-
<4PXUV/. ing business; no rent. D., box 4, Call. :
SttOnn WOOD AND coal yard WITH
<ITOI/V. stable of 8 stalls, including horse and
wagon and trade: ground rent $11 30; Income of
same $17 per month : will be sold at sacrifice. A p-
ply at grocery, 217 Mason st.,nr.O'Farrellino ag'ts.
rpilE O X SALOON FOR SALE. 319 EAST ST.
pOOD OPPORTUNITY FOR 1 OR 2 PARTIES
VT wishing a legitimate cash business: short
hours: pays well; will bear investigation: sickness
cause for selling. O. A. LANE <fe CO., 902 Broadway,
Oakland. : • • -•■.-'-
-<Bi I h(jO RESTAURANT ON MARKET ST.:
MPU/UU. disagreement of partners. Apply 29
olXtu St. • ... . ■'*■-' .
EAT MARKET, TOOLS AND FIXTURES,
to rent or yell. Shoestore, 2831 Mission st.
LACKSMITH-SHOP FOR SALE ON AC-
•" count of death. 536 Sacramento st.
pOAL AND GRAIN YARD. BUILDING IN-
\J eluded; long lease: 2 horses, 2 wagons; must
be sold at once; rent $10. Apply 1613O'FarreU st.
$4-00 SALOON; GOOD LOCATIO^ : SOLD
i|P -V/V/. account traveling. 208 Washington.
L> K.STAU RANT; GOOD LOCATION: WILL
xw sell cheap: account, sickness. 524 Sixth st.
ALOON TO LET-FIXTURES AND 2LIVIi-G
rooms: rent $20. 350 Brannan st., near Third.
"POR SALK CHEAP — A <iOOD-fAYi.su
-i- wood and coal business; centrally located in
Oakland, y Inquire ai Call Office. Oakland. •
r\LD-ESTABLISHED -: MILK , ROUTE FOR
V/. sale cheap on account of retiring from business;
i horses. 2 wagons; from 20 to 23 cans milk trade;
1 aoubie set and 1 single set of harness. Apply
Call Office. -..;.• ..---.- : • .f /
LOCKSMITH - SHOP FOR . SALE: ON AC-
XJ count of other business; ren'. $10. 446 Va-
lencla st., near Sixteenth. ■■■--■ ;•-....■■.
1?OR :. SA LE— SALOON ; 625 KEARNY ST.;
X inquire from 2 to 5 o'clock. >
\) rnltu"re piano MOVING BUSI-
X ness for sale: 2 horses, largo wagon and com-
plete outfit. -Address C, box 9, Call. , .:. ;-;
\\' ANTED— FEW PERSONS WITH SMALL
'» capital to joi nine, in tlie manufacture of -> an
entirely novel urtlcln of unttmitpd application;
pays . big : profits, i CalJ ■at Mercantile Machine
Works, 725 Montgomery St., 9a. m. -.■
pIGARS, LATEST 1 .1 > t MACHINES.WHOLE-
\J sale ; agents wanted. KAHNA CO., 220 Calif, st.
PARTNER WANTED — BUSINESS EBTAB-
X llshed slnc» 18G0; capital required from $45,000
to $60.000. Address B. M.. P. O. box 2433. :r
oe^"onn KOUTE . KOR SALK; EVENING
<fljclv/l/l/. pa]>i-r; pays SI 50 per moatb. Apply
BrSTIfKSS CHANCES-Continnecl. __
Tlf OST CONVENUbNT AND i RESPECTABLE:
M 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 fiom '.Ii" ferry. * _____'
M>pcnw<B»Bomusa ITOK' SALE.,.
<_1 IAA LODGING-HOUSE OF 116 ROOMS,
LUU. near , Baldwin Hotel: any good man
can clear $200 per month thoroughly respectable,
althoughplaln. Apply KENNY «fcMcLEAN,777
Market St., room 7. .'•■-•. - ,'-■:•
ATOTICE— I OO LODGING-HOUSES FOR SALE,
IN from $150 to $5000. STRAND <fe CO., 45 Third.
1 Q-ROOM HOUSE: OFFER WANTED... SIIOO
10 60-room hotel, with bar: 40 boarders... 35iiO
20-room, sunny corner: must sell ••• 700
32 rooms to exchange for real e5tate.......... \]l,
10-room house: very centra 1............ so
H. C. DECKER, 1806 Market St., cor. Taylor.
C'QAA 43 ROOMS: GOOD- PAY ING HOUSE:
fpOl/V/. sunny corner: brick building: selling
on account of other business: will take $500 cash,
bulance payments. 115 Second st. ■ '.-■.•'•-
T ODGING-HOUSE OR HOTEL; 35 ROOMS,
XJ barroom and 2 rooms: $85. 649 Howard st.
PORNER HOUSE, 30 ROOMS. nicely fur-
\J nlshed. 704 Howard St., corner Third. :
<_7kA FOR SALE: LODGING - HOUSE,
«3p I OV. with saloon: 18 rooms, Including bar-
room; all rented. 243 Minna st.
tj^leoTntly FURNISHED LODGING-HOUSE
-Cj of 50 sunny rooms rear Market st. : selling at a
sacrifice on account of sickness: easy terms. Busi-
ness Exchange, 873y 3 Market st.
OUSK OF NINE ROOMS; BATH: FUR-
nished. 208 Fifth st.
CUT^ft. HOUSE, 36 ROOMS AND SALOON.
«lp I O\J . Apply 307 Fourth st.
"I Q-ROOM HOUSE; NICELY FURNISHED;
J O full: cheap; account of sickness. 23S Sixth.
FUKNITUKK I'Oil SALE 1
X 1 private sale ; 2 days. 626 Hermann st. j
OR BARGAINS IN FURNITURE AND AR-
ticles of every description. D. McRAE, 829
TpOR SALE— VERY FIXE FURNITURE OF 3
Jj rooms: suitable for a married couple; positively
no dealers. Inquire 1206 Market st.
ROOMS, OAK FURNITURE COMPLETE. SBO
Elegant Brussels carpet laid 450
Heavy Linoleum laid 400
New Bedlounges. our own make $5 50
SHIREK <fc SHIREK, 1310-12 Stockton, nr.Valjo.
T>EDUCTIONSON LARGE 'JTOCK, NEW AND
XL second-hand; 400 carpeu, good as new; oil-
cloth, 26c; parlor suits, $19 up; linoleum, 450: 7-
piece chamDer suits, $14 50; cornice poles, 25c;
ranges, $6; cash or installments; goods shippei
free. T. U. NELSON. 126 Fourth st.
/IUT I'KICKS IN FURNITURE AND CARPETS
\ 1 trii, «wlt »t MrCAMK'K 948-350 >tf««ion M.
VVY^TEA^Tca RPETTLEA KING JIENOVa3
ting, 38 Bth. STEVENS, mgr. Tel. South 250.
rnHE J. E. MITCHELL CARPET-CLEANING-
X Co. (Incorp.); old-established carpet-cleaning
machines: cleaning 3c yard. 230 Fourteenth st. ;
telephone Mission 74.
PARPETS THOROUGHLY CLEANED AND
\J renovated same as new. 6. FURGUSOX dfc
CO., 23 Tenth st. Telephone number, south 38.
ATIONAL CARPET BEATING AND RENO-
-11 vating Works HAMPTON layln*
ami alteriuc;. 313-315 Guerrero: Tel. Mission 244.
HEN YOU BECOME DISGUSTED WITH
poor work send to SPAULDING'S PioneerCac-
ret Beating Works, 363-7 Tehama: tei. So-40.
OX KLIN'S CARPET BEATING WORKa Sii
J Golden Gate aye. : telephone east 126. ■■. '' : .
I MCQUEEN'S CARPET BEATI AND REN-
PIANOS. VIOLINS, JCTC.
\J ling pianos: special inducements for the holi-
days; see our new piano for $187; pianos for rent:
open evenings. BENJ. CURTAZ & SON, 18
Vfo CHANCE TO BEAT THIS IF YOU TRAMP
J-> the city over; elegant upright piano, fancy case,
full size, perfect condition, slightly used; $155;
guaranteed 5 years: but there are not enough to
go around, so better snatch it up at once. The J.
I)E\VI.\G CO., warerooms second tioor, Flood
building — the best pi. cc in the city to buy
that piano you intend purchasing for the holi-
days: don't lorget that.we carry an immense stock
! at popular prices; now is your best time to select;
I cash or easy terms. ->■'■..
X EXCEEDINGLY NICE UPRIGHT PIANO
for pructice offered this week, at $80. Room 12,
Flcod building. . .
LL CASH WILL SECURE A SNAP IF YOU
-A. come immediately; fine upright piano; very
little used: price $150. i.oom 11, Flood building.
TUICK STKINWAY IOR $205: IMMEDIATE
—i sale necessary. Room 10, Floo.l building.
pi AN ; I ~~~
JL Hazelton, Hemme and Long, Brown and
Simpson: easy terms. 735 Marke: st. \ - : - r
MAGNIFICENT STEINWAY UPRIOJIT; IN
perfect order; sacrificed. 1019 Van^Niess aye.
Ii'INE $400 PIANO— SI9O CASH OR INSTALL"!
J ments; must sell. 523 Eighth st., Oak/and.
A RRIVED— A LOT OF CELEBRATED HIGH-
+\ grade 1;. L. Neumann piauos for the holidays:
prices and terms moderate. H. LUEDERS, 82
Oljl AA SAVED ON PURCHASE OF YOUR
<JPxUU plano:prices reduced. BRUENN,22BPost
AINES BROS.' PIANO— A SUPERB IN-
strument, surpassing any piano that we have
hitherto handled: we invite a critical inspection.
A. L. BANCROFT & CO., 324 Post sU
T METROPOLITAN TEMPLE-CALL AND
see the wonderful Muehlfeld Pianos; they are
the talk of the town; immense assortment Just re-
ceived. J. T. BOWERS «fc SON, Sole Agents.
OPKN FOR BUSINESS. ~~~
The finest line of new pianos for rent and sals
In San Francisco. j. HARRY SCOTT,
929 Market St., Spreckels building.
<Dj7n EXCELLENT LARGE UPRIGHT
W t *J. piano; perfect; sacrifice. 1359 Foisom St..
cor. Tenth. "
INE PIANO FOR SALE OR RENT CHEAP.
SCHMITZ, 16 McAllister st.
TEIXWAY, WEBER. EMERSON. ESTEY
and numerous oiher standard makes of
pianos and organs are sold upon easy terms and
reasonably by SHERMAN, CLAY _ CO., piano
house, cor. Kearny and Sutter sts.
STEINWAY, $235; MAHOGANY PIANO,
$48: HEINE, 410 Post st.
TTPRIGHT PIANOS FROM $100 UP. HOR-
U NUNG'S, lending piano-honse, 216 Post st.
UPERIOR VIOLINS, ZITHERS, OLD_ NEW"
_ M. MULLER, maker, repairer, 2 Latham place.
EMOVED-F. W. SPENCER & CO. TO SSi
X\i Post St., near Powell, sole agents Conover,
Colby and Spencer pianos. 888 Post st.
1 AS Y TERMS: LOW PRICKS. KoHLKK _
"TVECK.ER BROS.. STEINWAY, FISCHER
U other first-class makes of pianos: little used; -
cheap for cash or on easy terms. KOH__E _
CHASE **8 and 30 O'Farr ell st.
N ELEGANT DISPLAY OF MANDOLINSL
guitars and banjos at MAUVAIS'. 769 Market.
YRON MAUZY, 308 POST ST.— SOHMER,
■ » Newhv & Evans. Bri-rgs bti 1 otljnr rinnos.
geon for S. F. Police Department. Office and
hospital, 121 City Hall aye.: telephone south 401.
1 C A SETS NEW AND SECOND-HAND HAR-
x«JI/ ness: also wagons, buggies and horses:
contracting outfit: sand wagons and scrapers. 1128
TTORSES PASTURED; $2 A MONTH; GOOD
XX care and feed; send for circular. The Hyde
ranch, 630 Commercial st. ________
A A HORSES FOR SALE: ALSO WA(»o>rs
ttU buggies, carts, harness; Grand Arcade lion*
Market, 327 Sixth st. ; auction sales every Wednes- .
day. SULLIVAN & DOYLE, Auctioneers.
I A A SETS SECONP-HAND HARNESS; ALI."
IUU kinds; second-haiul wagons, buggy, cart*;
also 20 cheap horses. Fifteenth and Valencia sts.
WAUO>S ANl> CAUKIAGE9.
FOR SALE— LIGHT EXPRESS "WAGON
(new) ; made to order; top and pole. 660
Bryant st. ■ '■' -•■■..- .■;'■ ■•■.- - .'■
ONE IWO-SEATFP FAMILY CARRIAGE;
cheap. At " 1 131 York, bet. Twenty-tLlrd and
Twenty-fourth ats. ' .. - *
OR SALE-COAL WAGON: NEARLY NEW.
Call 409 Clipper st.
OP WAGON, SUITABLE FOR ' LAUNDRY
Xor delivery. 1140 Foisom st. _ .
\\T AGONS, CARTS. HARNESS. ETC., CHEAP
»» at EGAN'S. 2117 Mission: wagon wanted.
T^ARGE PARLOR STOVE FOR SALE CHEAP.
XJ It., box 20, this office.
NE ALMOST. NEW SYMPHONIUM MUSIC-
box, with 44 music plates: cost $100; will take
$KO. AMELIA, box 79. Call Office. -.■•-- -■■; •
AKKK'S TROUGH, PEELS AND TOOLS
forsale. 120 sixth s:. •- .
BARGAINS FOR XMAS. - • •-,.■■*
A few odd rockers, chairs and baby-carriages
at manufacturers' cost, i California Rattan Co., 55
to6l First st. . -■■'•■
PECIAL ■■» SALE— ALL-RATTAN ROCKERS,
O ladies' $3np; gents' slr.e, $4 up; baby-
enrriases, full s'zo, best gear, $5 up; just the' thing
tor Christmas. California Rattan Co.. 66-61 First.
lTmakhs of typewriters * BOUGHT
and sold. 8. F. Typewriter Ex., aiO California.
NE SMALL AIEDIUM AND LARGE SIZE
fire and burglar proof safe. 221, 2'_ 3 Market st»
ATIO N A L CASH REG ISTER, SAFE,
-ij scale, letter-press, desk: cheap. 102 Clay st.
EW RANGES CHEAPER THAN SECOND-
±\ hand. , W. a RAY Mfg Ca. 12 California st.
C'IOU.VTK P. shelving7"^howcasks
_ boutht and nold - 1121 Market bet. 7th and Btii
; PHYSICIANS. "■/.-'■ ' -.
. Kerno v Er^mTTr^ T O'DONNELL TO 850
XV Market st. Diseases ot women a specialty. f