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PINKERTOM MEN ENGAGED
The Southern Pacific Will Have
the Chicago Detectives
SIGNIFICANCE OF THE DEAL.
These New Secret Service Officers
Will Be Useful Under Vari
The Southern Pacific Company has de
cided to employ the Pinkertons for all its
detective work. Whenever dishonest era
ploves are to be watched; whenever the
genial highwayman appears on aSouthern
Pacific train and collects sundry purses
»nd parcels of jowelry from passengers;
an'i very likely if ever there should be oc
casion for the railway managers to eni-
ploy determined men with rities along the
lines Pinkerton's people will be conven
iently near in answer to the call for as
Po much does the quiet abolition of the
railway's detective bureau mean, with its
astute and daring chief and its corps of I
picked men. Ex-Master Gard had distin- I
guished himself in his official capac- 1
ity in Southern California, and particu- ;
larly through the capture of Evans and
Sontag who were a thorn in the com
pany's side for a long time. Partly in rec
ognition of his work in tuldition to his pc- j
culi&r fitness ior the position he was ap- j
pointed by the late general manager, A. N. j
There was a time when Pinkertons were
not thougnt of in the railway head- j
quarters, uut it is now a thing of the past I
— like a memory of the men who presided
round them. For events came to pass
within the past few years and they
wrought a remarkable change in the rail
read managers' way of thinking. The
great strike of 1594 was a factor in this re- j
gard, since it notabiy influenced the trend
of affairs in raiiroad management. It is
weU remembered that Pinkerton'9 men
r :ime in nandy on that occasion with their
Winchesters and revolvers as a very valu- j
able adjunct To the United States soldiers j
and National guardsmen.
Since then the Pinkertons have endeared j
themselves to the railway magnates and,
indeed, have been called upon and actually
performed many valuable services alone
the raiiway lines. This is not alone true
of the Southern Paciric roads, but also of
Western and Eastern lines whi-re Pinker
ton's men are quite fanniiar.
As might be expected the Sourhern Pa
cific men declared they had no kii"wleage
of Pinkerton's detectives having been re
tained by tiie company. However, a
trusted employe stated as a fact that the
Pinkertons wotiid on January 1, l v >>,
succeed the company's private detective
"The old detective staff will be retired
January I.' said he, "and after that
date Pinkerton's detectives will do tiie
work. It may be economy to employ
tnese men at $5 to $8 a day. Mr. Flllmore
baa said it \va- 5 economy 10 do away with
the bureau, but there are two sides to a
story. Mr. Fiilmore had views of his
own, and he haU Pinkertons do work lor
liim from time to time irrespective of tlie
company's bureau. The Chicago de
tective house has a branch establishment
here — that 1?, Captain Jonn Curtin repre
sents the Pinkertons, and he has been em
ployed by Mr. Fhlmore considerably. The
way it will be is that the railroad company
can employ one man if only une be needed,
and ten or twenty or a huu<ired, as the
occasion caiis for men. This the Pinker
tons can undertake to furnish at any or
Mr. Curtin declined to discuss the mat
ter. "I have done some work lor the com
pany," he admitted, "and would like to
work for them a«ain, any time they want
me, for I have found them the bestof peo
ple, but Iv'e heard nothing about what
you ask.' T
•'lt has been stated that you represent
the PiuJcertons in San Francisco."
"Well, 1 have clone some work for them,"
w:'s tae hesitating reply.
Beyond this he would say nothing re
garciine: the change of detective systems
in the raliway.
Finkerton's men captured the robbers
v.'lio went through a train on the Oregon
and California .Railroad at Klaiuath Falls
some months ago, aud Finkerton's men,
too, convicted the culprits. Their work in
this particular case won the admiration of
Mr. Fiilmore and the new general man
ager, Julius Kruttschnitt.
Those same men must answer calls in
time of any disturbance alone the line.
They can easily look alter train robbers
ami thieving employes, for nobody may
say who of all the well-known railroad
men or strangers are Pinkerton's men in
A DETECTIVE'S PERIL.
For Having Watched F. W. Brooks, That
Individual Threatens to
F. W. Brooks, collector for the Co
operative Window- cleaning Company,
was arrested by sergeant Duncan yes
terday upon a warrant issued on
complaint of E. T. Hicks, a pri
vate detective, who charged him with
assault with a deadly weapon. In obtain
ing the warrant the complainant stated
that he bad been requested by Mrs. Brooks
and her brother, whose name is Winthrop,
to watch Brooks, find out where ho spent
his time and in whose company. He said
he learned that Brooks vas receiving a
salary of $30 a month and obtaining a por
tion of $>3 a week his wife was paid as sales
woman in a Sutter-street store ; that Brooks
was spending more than $1 a day to nay
for his own meals and those of a type
writer who worked in an olrice where
Brooks had a desk.
He said he made a report to Mrs. Brooks
and her brother, also to the manager of
the window-cleaning company, and that
Monday night Brooks called him into his
office, drew a revolver, and, pointing it at
his dead, threatened to shoot him for the
report he had made, but did not carry out
The complainant said he passed out into
the hall and got down by the elevator to
avoid trouble with Brooks. Upon t 1 is
showing the warrant was issued. The de
fendant was released on bail in the sum
SAN FRANCISCO -CALL.** .
J»rBINEBS OFFICE of the San Fnnciaco C*Mr
•r;r Market street, open until 12 o'ciocK every
BJffct in th«» year. ..
BRANCH OFFICES-530 Montgomery street,
teirerClay: jpen until 9:30 o'clock.
Jff Hayes oireet, open until 9:30 o'clocfe.
718 Laikin street, open until 9:30 o'clock.
BW.rcrner Sixteenth aud Mission streets, opea
trtil jo'clocir. ;
£t3fcllioslon street, open nntn o'clock.
116Klmti street, open until 9:30 o'clock.
NOXICii <OF jSIKKTI>'GS.
R^p MOiTn't MORIAII LODGE No! A
B^S' 44, F. and A. M.— -Meeilng THtH £&,
(WEDNESDAY) EVENING, at 7:3O^f
o'clock. First degree. ■ '■ . /^^V
THEO. FROLICH, Secretary.
I£^sP MISSION LODHE NO. 1«9, F. «
Br-^S' an;l A. 31.— Called meeting THIS /A
(WKD.N'K EVENING,*; 7:Bo 'tfy J%?
o'clock. First degree. By order of the W. M. /^y>
CD. BUNKER, Secretary.
tt^3S= CROCKETT LODGE NO. 139. F. li
Cf^ s^ and a. M.— Called meeting THIS_/S»
( WEDNESDA V) at 7:SO p. •v. Second ~%J£
degree. By order of the W.-M.' ' i '. /N^
H. FORTRIEDE, Secretary.
Ifc^gP ALL WOMEN IJ«TEKi;STEn IN THE
Ur-ip' fare of the people are invil< 10 a mast-
nif-PtinK at Motropolitan Temple ou THURSDAY
-M('U J , the 12th luat., at 8 o'clock
MEETING NOTlCES— Continued.
$53¥ Irish National Alliance will be organized
THIS (WEDNESDAY) EVENING, . December
11, 1895, at 8 o'clock, at Irish-American Hall,
Howard St., near Fourth. A large attendance is
expected. Freedom and liberty are our alms. By
order of the organization committee.
P. A. DOLAN, Chairman.
J. S. McGikx. Secretary.
IS^s» NOTICE— PROFESSOR KEYSER WILL
UrJS' lecture at 948 Mission st. Subject, "The
Fifty-fourth Congress will break up I all railroads
and corporations and turn them over to the Beast.'
Rev. 17. December 11, at 8 o'clock p. M. j -j.y ■-?
jJK=g» SA .vTi! A N CISCO, DEC. 9, 1 896-TH F.
Its-*' regular monthly meeting of the Laborers'
Protective and Benevolent Association will be held
in Irish-Americau Hall ou WEDNESDAY EVEN-
IN.-, Dec. 11. Ail members are requested to be
present, as business of importance will be brought
before the meeting. D. SWEENEY, Pres. :
Tiioh. Cauabhy, Sec.
i>ivii>i;> t i> notices.
notice— dividend no.
t*^ 26 (fifteen cents per share) or the HUTCH-
INSON SUGAR PLANTATION will be payable
at the oilico of the company. 3i7 Mrrke. street, on
and aitir Friday, December 20, 1895. '1 r.tnsfer-
books will close Saturday, December 14, 1895. a:
12 o'clock m. E. 11. SHEl.rx»'. Secretary.
>|ii. .I X . S *>T i Oi'.S.
H^g= NOTICE— ABANDONED CHILDREN IN
l>3' the lioinan Catholic UTOttaO Asyium since
! July, 1894. Louisa Eickr.off, ased 7 j'rs.; Ellen
; Finstcrbnsh, 7 yrs.: Ellen Bragg, 8 yrs; May
' Doran, 6 yrs.: Mary Mu.'si'h, 7 yrs.; Clara Mann,
: 7 yrs.: Com L'urke, J2 yrs.: Mary Murray, 10 yrs.
Respectfully, Sis:ers of Charity.
! Epgp PROPERTY-OWNERS, ATTENTION—
! lst-jc/ Now is the time to uave your I ouses under-
! pinned wi:h brick or wood ; having my own screws,
etc., can do the work cheap. J. PATTINSON, 1219
H^Js= MRS. liOliK, 1036 MARKET ST., ROOM
Ji-iS 8, second lioor; genuine massage treatment.
f£^sp» CORNS REJIOVED WITHOUT KNIFE.
aF^f Chlropodic Institute, room 22, 908 Market.
SP^S 3 CORNS, INGROWING NAILS, SUCCESS^
IS^ *ully trtated. DR. LLOYD, Lurlme Baths.
«r3y= BAD TENANTS EJECTED FOU $4.
I w-o' Collections made, city or country. Pacifio
Collection Co.. 415 Montgy st.. room 6, Tel. 6680.
ttrzS* WINDOWS CLEANED AND FLOORS
: Vials' scrubbed; reasonable rates: payment for
damages guaranteed. C. KOSSI& CO., 242 Sutter.
f>^s= ROOMS WHITENED. $1 UP: PAPERr
&»»' ed S3 50 uo. 3171/2 Third. Geor«e Hartman.
' r» COLLECTIONS "rEN A NTS~eIeCTED,
j *t--& ffl(i; costs iiirl. 420 Montgomery, rm. 29.
ATIO.SS WA.SiDD- F£MAL£,
j \VEDLSI?i COMPETENT SECOND GIRL
] O with lirsi-class reference: Norwegian; also Ger-
I man first-class cook wanting situations. C. R.
HANSEN & CO., 110 Geary st.
\ numbfTr OF YOUNG GIRLS wish to
■tX. do cooking and general honsework, $20 and
$25: reference. 1j.% Antouia, off Jones, nr. Ellis.
x pkTuenced NURSE WISHES a situa-
j Xj lion: understands entire charge of infant from
! birth, and care cf invalids: is willing to sew and hs-
; sist with oitu-r duties; best reference. Address S.,
box 29. this office.
T>EFINED WIDOW WITH SOME MEANS
JLV would like a partner to assist her in a business
j venture. Call or address 230 Turk st.
i OUTHIiRN LADY WANTS HOUSEKEEP-
»^ er's positjon or plain sewing. Call or address
£03 Powell st.. room 5.
ESPECTABLE YOUNG WOMAN WANTS
■ employment ny the day: any kind of light
■ housework; is willing and 'obliging; small pay.
Address M. IL, box 10«, Call Office.
TUASHING, IRONING AND HOUSE-OLEAN-
'« log wanted by a competent woman. Call
136 Seventh st.
: I [ABLE woman wants work by THE
IX day. wHshinf. ironing and hon^clenning. Call
: or address 1205 Seiner st., neHr Turk; upstairs.
' "WANTED-BY YOUNG WOMAN, ANY KIND
! " of work by the day; office or housecieanlng
jor plain sewing. Address 811 Folsom st,
1 "SCANDINAVIAN GIRL WANTS TO DO UP-
! O stairs work and sewing; American family. Ad-
■ drfs3 M. 8., 118 Sixteenth st.
pOMPETEXT WOMAN WISHES SITUATION
\J in city or country as chambermaid or eeneral
I hoosework or housekeeper. Call or address 553
; Howard st.
V^Tf UATION WANTED BY RELIABLE G£R-
O man woman to do cook:n<; and general house-
i work; uood references. Please address B. R., box
, 67, Call > »Hlce.
! A^OCNO GIRL wishes a position to do
' X ui>-,:;trs or chamberwork. Address M. G., box
114, Cull Office.
D PECTABLE WOMAN WISHES WORK
Jt the day or week, housekeeping, washing or
; cleaning of any sor:. Call or address District
: Nurses' A sac, 930 .--utter st.
I OKFINKDTNTKLI.IGENT WOMAN DESIRES
It employment during cbe holidays, domestic or
otherwise; ieH-rences. Address M. 11., box 43, Call.
STRONG QIBIi Wa.n PS WORK BY THE DAY.
kJ Keep this ad and call ut £69 Mission st., at any
WANTED-BY WOMAN OF 30. POSITION AS
'• cook for men or housekeeper In wido.ver's
family. Apply 240 >hotwt-11.
"yOUNG LADY WISHES A POSITION AS
X housekeeper. 120Va Geary St., room 10.
t> ELI ABLE PE SON DX 61 RKs situation
XX take tare invalid lady or as maid or seamstreß3;
city or will go south. Cull or addrfss 9ii9 Pine St.,
VKAT, STRONG ELDERLY \YO>f a!*~WANTS
i.l housework: goo.l laundress or plain cook. Call
or ad.iress K. X., 1231 llarsec st.
GKII.MA.- LADY. middle-aged, OFCUL-
ture and princ'ple, twichsr, bookkeeper and
economical manager, desires suitable position.
Ttacner, box 149, Call I >ili ■.
WOMAN WANTS SITUATION TO DO GEN-
»* eral housework. Applj 1818 Lacuna st., rear.
WOMAN WANi.- WORK BY THE DAY,
I H wualiing, ironmtr anil cleaning, or will wash
> flannels home. MRS. ALLLS, 427 Stevenson si.,
EXPECTABLE WOMAN WISHES SITUA-
t!on to do general housework ; is good cook and
laundress, with many years' references. Call at
744 Jbolsom si.
1)11.1 BLK WOMAN WANTS WORK BY THE
Jit day. washing, ironins and cleaning; $1 per day
and carfare. Call or audress 717 Howard st.
' \-«n M; WIDOW WISHES A POSITION AS
) i- housf eper. Call at 1 1 Kearny. room 27.
iTvi -( • LABB COOK WANTS A SITUATION
JC or would do downstairs work: city orcountrv;
good reh renex's. Call or address 418 Post st., re«r.
I PESPECTABLE YOUNG GIRL WISHES A
I JLV situation to do cooking or general housework;
1.0 obj.-ciion to the country. Please call at 844
Folsom s:., bet. Fourth and i-"if:h. '
, TVTEAT RELIABLE WOMAN. GOOD COOK,
i-> wants situation as huuseKeeper for respeciable
gentlemen. Address D. J., box 33, Call otlire.
pHAMBERMAID WISHES A SITUATION IN
\J a boti-1 or lodging-house. Apply 649 Jessie st.
p ERMAN WOM AN ~ WITH REFERENCE
VX wishes to do kitchen or house work. Address
L., Ca!l Branch Ofiice, 116 Ninih st.
KESPECTABLK WOMAN WISHES- SITI A-
tion In American famiiy to do general house-
work; tirstilass city referejees. 513V2 Hyde.
'■ EXPERIENCED , COOK, SC.a ND t N A A N,
I JCi d^sin-s situation; lukiand irferrtd; best of
re^rences: ai mouths ii: last place. C. A. FITZ-
BC RGH, Henry st., Elmhiiret i. O.
WIDOW oi i.\ vi. 7: i i; .n c jT~de sires po-
'» sliion in lodsing-house or small family. Apply
230 Turk st. y *
J pERMAN LADY WANTS work by DAY,
I VJT wsishlng, ironing and boisecleanlng; also first-
class German cook:. Call 612 Minna st.
I EXPECTABLE WOMAN WISHES POSITION
XX as housekeeper. Call 865 Center s:., Oakla.d.
GERMAN WOMAN WISHES A SITUATION
as housekeep; r. Add. 8., box C 9, Call Offlce.
I OUNG WIDOW WISHES A POSIIIoN
1 typewriter. C^ll at 873y 2 Market St., room 13,
DHESSMA KER a WISHES * ENOAOEMSKT&
hv the day; cuts and fits; $1. Please apply
2245 Market s.. ' ■/■ '* ;
p I.I.MAN WOMAN WANTS A SITUATION
j VJ" as housekeeper or general housework: wages
from $10 to $12 a month; city or country. 1404
WILLING YOUNiJGIRL WISH ~KS~A SITU A-
*» tion to do hougework; Is neat and reliable. Ad-
dress P. G., box 55, Ca:i OUice.
j pOVERNE>S (KN(VLISH) WILL ACCEPJ'
vj" new position January 1 ; best city references. '
Address B. G., box 99, Call Office. .
Vfl DDLE-AOED WOMAN • WISHES PLACE
i.»J. nshouspkfeper where she can take 5-year-old
girl: city or country. Address or call 807 Kearny
s:.. room 2.
]V"EAT SEW XX WISHES MENDING IN
JlI families, liotels or at home: nolunch required-
terms reasonable. E., Call Branch Office, cor. Six-
teen and Mission sts. .
TMKST- CLASS DRESMIAKER: PERFECT
J fitter: f»rmeily of City ot Paris; rapid worker;
by the day, $1 50; be3t reference*. Address 2051 A
SITUATION WANTED BY ASWEDISH GIRL
O to do cooking and honsework; wagts 825. Call
1933 Ellis St., for 2 days. . :
S~ TEADY WOMAN WANTS WORK WASH-
O ing and housecleanlng by the day. 1444 Jack-
"y OUNG LADY WANTS POSITION AS PLAIN
X cook and do housework; lives with parents. 22
West Mission st.
■yOUNG WOMAN OF REFINEMENT, NEAT
X and thoroughly competent, would like the care
of furnished flat. Call or address 608 Taylor aye.,
■yOTJ WIDOW FROM NEW YORK CITY
J- wants a position as housekeeper. 995 Market
St., room 14, 2<l floor. '
■WIXCHESTEK HOUSE. 44 THIRD ST.; NR.
» ' Market ; 200 rooms; 25c to *1 60 per night;
91 CO to .$6 per week; convenient and respectable;
iree bna to and from tiie ferry.
"yOUNG LADY WANTS SITUATION AS
X housekepper or any light work. Apply 70e
Ellis at., room 3, Brsi floor. • '
DSjcse al-. i 1 WOULD liki: WORK HuME
or go out by the day at $1 60. 301 Franklin st.
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1895.
A~ MERICAX LAm'~\VISHES HOUSECLEAN-
■£*- ing and light washing by the day. Address
MRS. PETERSON, box G, Call Branch Office,
Sixteen th and Mission sta. ;
YOUNG LADY WISHES A POSITION AS
1 housekeeper. Call or address 40 McAllister st.,
WIDOW AS HOTEL HOUSEKEEPER:
»* low salary, with privilege to keep son of 12
years. M., box 70, Call Office. Oakland. :
LADY FROM THE EAST WOULD LIKE A
position as housekeeper. 203 Powell, room 18.
WINCHESTER HOUSE, 44 THIRD ST., NR.
»» Market; electric lights in every room: 200
rooms; 25c to (150 pit night: $150 to $6 per
week free ous to and from the ferry. . •
SITI AXIOMS WAAXEb-MAtE.
TVRENCHV GERMAN aI«^~A^!LERICAN
X* first-class cooks, bakers, stewards and waiters,
all wastes, on hand at C. R. HANSEN & CO.'S,
110 Geary st.
C. G. COOK'S SOC. SUPPLIES COOKS; ALL
. branches :short notice. j 4 t.eary, Grant 46. ;
UNTER & CO., CHINESE AND JAPAN-
ese employment ofiice, 17 Webb St.. below
Kearny, bet. California and Sacramento: tel. 231.
HINESE AND JAPANESE HELP— EST. 20
V^ years: tel. 1997. BRADLEY'S, 640 Clay st.
p OOD COOK WANTS A SITUATION IN lIO-
VT tel, r< g'aurant or boarding-house. Call or ad-
dress 645 Mission si. ,
ANDY MAN WITH CARPENTER'S TOOLS
would like re-mnncnt employment. Address
H. A., box 17, Call Office.
PRACTICAL HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER
X with tools wants work by day or piece work.
Address Painter, 23 Pleasant st.
YOUNG GERMAN, GOOD CARPENTER,
A cabinet-maker, with tools, wants situation: is
willing to do any kind of worK. Please call or ad-
dress 120 Val.ey st., bet. Twenty-eighth and
ELDERLY SOBER IRISHMAN WANTS
place; take care of horses or any kind of work;
liandy man. Address or call 167 Silver st.
V OUNG MAN WISHES SITUATION IN FAM-
X ily; understands care horses, cows, chickens
and garden; is a good worker: strictly sober: best
references. E. F. THOMPSON'S ilotel, North
OUNG MAN WANTS SITUATION DRIV-
-I- lng wagon, either single or double team : worked
In last place 4 rears: thoroughly understands care
of horses. Address T. C\, box 32, Call Office.
SITUATION WANTED BY A PAINTER: PA-
-0 per-hanglug and painting. Address E., box 4,
yOI'XO MAN WELL ACQUAINTED WITH
X city wishes to drive a delivery wagon; butcher
wagon preferred. Address L. L., box 47, Call.
ST-CLASS STEA M LAUNDRYMAN
wants a situation as washer. Address S. L.,
box 137, C'ail Office.
"yOUNG GERMAN WISHES POSITION IN
-L bakery. Address G. X., box 46, this office.
G" OOD BARBER WANTS STEADY PLACE:
city or country. Address Barber, box 73, Call.
V" "OT'NG MAN, 21.MERCHANT. 2 "MONTHS
-1- from Germany, speaks English fairly well, de-
sires a position iti a mercantile or wholesale house
v.inre he can make himself useful: position more
object thin wages. E., box 2, Call Office.
\4 IbDLP.-AGrJD MAN, GOOD GARDENER,
l'J can take care of horses, cows and poultry, un-
derstands culti% ation of fruit trees, waiiis situa-
tion on private plnco or ranch; low wages. Ad-
dress A. 8., box 101, Call Office.
pERMAN BOY OF 16. WISHES any KIND
VT of work. Address C, Call Branch, 116 Ninth.
p ARDENER— MIDDLE-AGED MAN WISHES
\J place in a private family: single: understands
his business. Address J. C, box 44, Call Office.
THIRST-CLASS GARDKNER: THOROUGHLY
JT experienced in nursery, fruit culture, landscap-
ing, florist business and "perfect decorator; wants
situation in commercial or private place: indus-
trious, energetic business man; very best refer-
ences: satisfaction given in every respect. H. L.,
box 89, this office.
like situation on fruit ranch; man well experi-
enced in fruit: womnn good cook housekeeper;
no children. Address or call 28 iViglith st., room 68.
"VTURSE OR VALET TO IN VALID GHNTLE-
x> man: long experience; highest medical anil
private refi-rense. Address Nurse, box 4, Call Of-
l ' HINESE AND JAPANESE EMPLOYMENT
\J office. J. W.JIM. t>:!7 Commercial st.
i-tJUALt tihlk.f WAKXKD,
\\' ANTED-NEAT GIRL UQORXN"Q AND
'" housework, Sin family, across the bay, $25,
ace party here at 9 today; German nurse and s p c-
ond-girl, $25; Protestan: Becood-girl, a sliort di.-i-
-tance, $20; 2 French nurses, $'J0 and 9_6: ladles'
maid and seams ress, *2U; German or Scandina-
vian cook, no wash.SSO: ho. el waitress, $20, and
a grfai many yirls of all nationalities for cooking
and housework in city and country. J. F. CKOS-
KTT dtOO., 312 Suiter st.
p ERMAN O R SWEDISH COOK FOR NE-
U vada, 3in family, see lady here, $25; house-
work cirl, Oakland. $25; Alameda, $25, H famllv;
N«pa,s2s; Visalia, $20; San Luis Obbpo, $_'5:
nurse. San Muteo, ifl2; 4 good housework girls,
city, $20 to $25: 10 young girls assist. MISS
CULLEN, 105 Stockton st.
WETNUKSE FOR OAKLAND: MUST HAVE
'» references; $30. MISS CULLE.n, 105 Stock-
IDDLE-AGEI) FRENCH OR SWISS
woman for second work and sowing; son
Itafael; $25. MISS CTLLKN. 105 StocKton st.
I?RENCH NURBKRY GOVERNESS FOR THE
cl:v; must te a good seamstrtss: $25. MISS
CULLEN, 105 "Stockton st.
\NTKD — FRKNCH NURSE, $20; GER-"
»• man nurse and s"cond work, $25; American
cook nnd laundres?, $30; French cook for small
boarding-honse, S3O; 2 Scandinavian girls for
hot)B"work. $-0: French housework, $20. LEON
AXDRL, 315 Stockton st.
V» ANT E — (iIRL, WILLOWS, $ % J5: DISH-
" washer, Val'ejo, $>0: (ierman girl, assis:,.f2o:
nurse, (13; '2 cii\s. American family, $25; 10 at
g2O. MME. LEOPOLD, 20 s.ocktonst.
V"EAT GERMAN MILS];, .$25; ('i)OK, $25;
*■! cook and second glr!. same br>i:se. $25 and $1S:
German woman, housework, sleep home, $25;
Swedish housegirl. $25: 4 girls, ho;:sowork, $L'o;
nurse, hospital, soi:d \va<<-s; housegirl, Oaklund,
$25: San Luis Obispo, $25. Apply the Swedish
and German Employment Burer.u, 315 Sutter st.
ERMAN GIKL TO TAKE CARE OF CHIL-
VJ dren, $25; 2 ciris for housework, no washing,
$v:0; second girl. $20: nursegirl, 10, and otiu r.-i.
MRS. HIRD, 705 Polk st.
■VTUMBER OF YOUNG GIRLS TO DO CoOK-
■!•' ing and general housework, $20. *25: refer-
ence. 1 1 y^ Antonia St., off Jon near Ellis.
1(\ EXPERIE.NCED CANVASSERS; ALSO
X\J salesladies for toys and notions, muslin de-
partment and fancy coods; bright, acilve and ex-
perienced salesladies can be benefited by pu ting
in their applications with us: our system Is In-
dorsed by many and our applicants are empioytd
by them. United States Industrial Agency, room
167, Crocker building.
U' ANTED-L.vDY TO GIVE BATHS AND
»» har.d-rubblng; good pay to steady lady. L..
box 106. Call.
G" IRL TO DO PLAIN COOKING AND HOlsi;-
work; no children: good home; $12. Call after
6 p. M.. 3621 Vallejo St., near Van Ness aye.
y OUNG LADY WITH MUSICAL ABILITY TO
1 travel wiih small theatrical company. Call
Winchester House, 44 Third st., room 1. 1 to 3 p. m.
\\ IDDLE-AGED WOMAN- AS WORKING
•i'l honse^eeiier; 3in famiiy. Address C. F., box
11, Call Office.
I adles to canvass CHRISTMAS arti-
1J cle; pays $3 f<o per day. California Production
Company, 328 Seventh st.
\"OUNG GEKMAN tiIRL OR ELDERLY
x woman to take care of biby; sleep home. Ap-
ply 1 to 3 p. m., 702 Montgomery aye.
\ l IDDLE - AGED, RELABLIC WuMAN IN
-»J small family for Keneral housework and help
mind hnby: B*oi wages. 6:-}H Minna st.
"yOUNG GIRL TO I>O LIGHT HOUSEWORK
X' and care baby. 987 Harrison st.
yOUNG GIRL CAKE OF CHILD. i;932JACK-
X son st., between 9 and 12.
U/ ANTED- DIPPERS AT BPAR-
" ROW'S, Van Ness aye. and Geary st.
\r EAT GIRL TO ASJSIST OENEKALIIOUBE-
-4-1 work; wages $15. Apply 1634 Ellis st.
p IRL ASSIST HOUSEWORK; SMALL FAM-
A-T 11 y; wages $8 to I*lo. 1126Va Golden Gate aye.
WANTED— NURSEGIRL: WAGES 915; REF-
» » erence.s required. 1035 Golien Gate aye.
ERMAN GIRL FOR OENKKAL HOUSE-
\J work in small family. 3 jfi Sco:t st., nr. Page.
■\T EAT~G IBIi FOR a NE R AL HOUSEWORK;
X^l washing. Apply 719 a McAliis'er st.
\\ r ANTIiD-GIRL FOX UPSTAIRS WORK
»' and waiting. 1307 Hyde st.
GJ IRL FOR LKiHT HOUSEWORK; SLEEP AT
f home. 1427 P!ue st. . .
IKL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK; NO
r. cooking required. 1612 Taylor st.
G^ ERMAN WOMAN FOR GENERAL HOUSE-
VT work in country: small wages. J., bo.v 3, Call.
GTRL, 15 OR 16. TO HELP IN RESTAURANT.
Apply 306 Hayes St. bet. 2 and 3 p. m.
HOUSEKEEPER WANTED, 3 IN FAMILY".
$16. 12-Leroy pi., off Sacramonto, nr. Jones.
01 ERMAN GIKL TO COOK AND Do GEN-
ernl hnuseworK in small family;- wages $20.
ADply 1916 Broderlck, from 9 to 12. " -
ADY WANTED FOR TRAVELING POSI-
-i t. on. 922 Howard st., 10 to 4 o'clock. .
\\T A NTKD-TWO YOUNG LADIES ABOUT 20
»" years old to work In lodsdng-house and resort.
Apply 106 Sieuart St., room 2. ,-.•: ;, . :
TADYW ISH ING A HOME A N D DO A LITTLE
XJ housework. Call 210 a O'Farrell St., room 7. .
fy IRL>>TO WORK ON COATS AND PANTS.
VJT 421 Broadway. . ; .
'ANTED- FIRf.T-CLASS WAIST; AND
»» skirt hands. 126 Kearny at.; room 23. ■ ■ ;
PPitE.NTIOJ!; GIKL WANTED ON CUSTOM,
coats. 89 Everett st. ■ : , v. :
IP IRST-CLASS FFNISHER: EXPERIENCE ON
machine: fine custom wcrk. 266 Minna st.
\\r ANTED— YOUNG LADIES TO : LEARN A
' » complete course in : millinery; will guarantee
them positions in spring. Call at the , New .' lnatl-
tute, 121 Post St., room 51.
IRL FOR LIGHT HOUSEWORIC. 9?7 HAl£
VJT . rison st. . .;-,.:_. ■.....:■.......
ADIES INSTRUCTED IN HAIRDRESSING,
XJ rnanicurins, face treatments, removal wrinkles,
etc. ; class or private. MRS. BUTLER, 131 Post.
rllE MOST RELIABLE DRESS-CUTTING
1 school is 505 Fell st. MRS. R. L. JONES.
GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK: WAGES 810. 2094
VJT Market st. , .
rpAILORESSES, ALSO FIRST-CLASS WAIST-
X finishers, wanted. 504 Sutter st,
RESSMAKKRS — FIRST-CLASS SKlRT-
makers wanted. 504 Sutter st.
HAIRDRESSING, 25c AND 30c: MORNING
and ev'gclaBses;lo lessons,sl 50. 1248 Mission.
LAWRENCE PATTERN HOUSE-DRESS-
cutting school. 1231 Market st.,bet. Bth and 9th.
UPILS WANTED: POSITIONS GU> RAN-
X teed ; patterns 25c up : latest skirts 35c. McDO
ELL's Lressmaklng Academy, 213 Powell st.
OST CONVENIENT AND RESPECTABLE;
Winchester House. 44 Third St., near Market:
200 rooms; 25c to $1 50 per night: $1 t-0 to $6 per
week; tree bus to and troin the ferry.
INCHESTER HOUSE, 44 THIRD, NEAR
'» Market— Electric lights in very room: 200
rooms; 25c to $1 50 pvr nisht; $1 50 to $6 per
week: f'^e bus to and from the ferry. .• : -
DRKSS CUTTING TAUGHT. v. s. tailor
system. 14 McAllister St., rooms 67 and 68.
T ADIE"S TO SELL MANHATTAN KGG FOOD;
XJ is the best. C. KERTELL, San Mateo.
I>IANO LESSONS BY THOROUGHLY
X schooled artist: lessons 25c. 617 Jones st,.
1) P.OFEMSOK LIVINGSTON'S DRESSCUT-
J tlng»ud making srbooi : all branches. 702 butter.
~~— _?1 -5J^H^. J! J?i^3 V A -^^ _^
TRONMOLDER, COUNTRY, A DAY, SEE
X party here; blacksmith for a railroad camp, $40
anil found; farmer who can drive 6 hors< 820:
- farmers near city, $15, see party here; man and
wife for private place, 836 to $40. C. R. H ANSEN
CO., 110 Geary st.
ECOXD PASTRY-COOK FOR COUNTRY
hotel, $50: bellboy, 815 and found; two neat
waiters. $30. C. R. HAN-EN & CO., 110 Geary.
AILKOAD CAMP BLACKSMITH, $40 AND
Xt found; German man and wife, ranch near city,
$35. C. R. H ANSEN & CO., 110 Geary St..
CAN DIN AVIAN man AND wife for a
0 private family, with good references, $35 to
$40. C. R. HANSEN & CO., 110 Geary st.
APANESE MAN AND WIFE WITH REFER-
ence 3 for a small private family: Japanese cook
for private family. C. R. HAN SEN <fc CO., 110
AT IGHT- WATCHMAN WHO CAN RUN GAS
1\ engine aud elevator for a private hotel, $15 and
found. C. R. HA NBEN & CO., 110 Geary st. C
U" "anted — nigh WAITEH, WHO CAX
open oysters, $30 to $33: second cook, $30;
cook, 846, etc. L. ANDRK, 315 Stockton st.
UPEIUNTENDENT fora RANCH. MUR-
RAY & READY, 634 and 636 Clay st.
\\T ANTED— STUDENTS TO LEARN THE
'» barber tratie at San Francisco Barber College.
For particulars call or address 116 Eleventh st.
EN TO CANVASS CHRISTMAS ARTICLE;
p:iys $3 50 per day. Cal. Production Co., 328
•\rOUNG MAN AS PARTNER: AN OPPORr
X tunity to see every State and Territory: small
capital. W. E. RAND, Hackmeler's Hotel.
\y ANTED-EXERGETIC YOUNG OR mid-
" die-aged man; permanent employment; must
havo $40 cash. J. A., box 63, Call Office.
■yOUNG MAN FOR INSTITUTION TO AT-
I- tend to storeroom, etc.; $15 to start. 509
Kearny si., room 8.
\\fATFER~W ANTED. 1807 H AIGHT ST. .
\ir A ED-HOUSE-PAINTER. 30 SANSOME
I^LORIST AND GARDENER; MUKT BE A
X good business man. Cor. Fillmore and Haight.
VOUXG MAX FOR DAY SALOON. SJS. COR".
x Clay and Davis sts.
pOATMAKEK WANTED ON CUSTOM COATS
\J at 38 Grove st.
p COD COOK AT 521 JACKSON ST.; WAGTfS
V_T $25 a month.
UF ANTED — MAX FOR OFFK'r. WORK;
guarantee $t>s to start with; cash $150. 632
Mprk»r. St., room s ■
<kv .v..,i.i, a . OHfcK MAN IN GOOD PAY-
'» ing business; must bav^ s-175 cash. JOHNS-
TON «fc CO., 2t>i^ Kearuy si., room 4.
TJABBER-SIIOP FOR SALECHEAP. APPLY
Xj Lorln -tHtion. Berkeley.
V'OUNG i.NTELLIGKvFiJKI'.MAN TO MAKE
1 himself gei:eraliy useful; -?10 a month, board
and lodging.' 1157 Folsom si.
'ANTED — M BN WITH $2 CAX KARN
il from $'2 per day upward. 1614 RauscU St.,
fro.v 10 to 12 a. m.
pUKISTMAS GREENS-WANTED, EXPERI-
\j enceil men to n-.ake wreaths and tr::r!ands:
wages 99 to $5 per day. C.CROCKFtiRD,
Colmn, San Mateo County, or call a; 39 Post street,
7 to 9, evenin.-s.
OOD HAND OKJAR-MAKKRS; WHITE
labor. pply at 108 Taylor st.
\\r ANTE D-sM ALL BTO B K SUITABLE FOR
»» barber-shop. R.. box 9, Call Office.
AP.BER-SHOP, l.*>c; ACROSS THE BAY:
r'lnnin^ 2 chairs steady; rent $15 with living-
rooms; this is good opportunity for marr.ed man;
shop pays pretty well. See STOLTZ, 630 Market.
OOD TWO-CHAIR SHOP FOR SALtT;
rent cheap. Apply thl3 office.
WANTED-IF V " ARE A CATHOLIC AND
" of fair education and appeurance and want
work, apply to J. N. ODELL, 7 City Hall square.
VTEW WALDO HOUSE. 765 MISSION. BET.
J. Third and Fourth, neariv opp. St. Patrick's
Church— l Inform my friends and patrons that the
house is now reaciy for the reception of guests. No
labor or expense spared in putting the house In
lirst-class condition. I thank my friends and
patrons ior their pa*i patronage and hope fur a con-
tinoance of same. i!«'.st house on Pncilic Slope; no
darkrooms; best lichtf-d and ventilated house in
city: clean, quiet: a rending-room: one bed In each
room; | rices from 15c up per night, $1' upper
week. J. BITTKRLIN, proprietor.
I>OBKDAI 1 1 OI'SET 821 KLLIS ST.— SINGLE
t furnished rooms, 20c; $1 p"r week.
1 | A MEA TO .TAKE LODGING AT loc, 15c
II 'yJ and 2()c a night, including coffee and rolls.
624 Washington st., near Kearny. ■ V..'»:j" :
ANTED— MEN TO GET BOTTLE SHARP
steam beer, sc; bottle wine, sc. 609 Clay st.
WANTED- BING LX ROOMS, 16c A DayTsl
» » week ; rooms for two, 25c a day, $1 50 a week;
reading-room : dal'y papers. 86 Clay st.
jpi P.ST-"CLAS.S SHOE REPAIRING: REASON-
X able prices; no poor material. 319 Ellis st.
MEN'S SOLING 50c: LA DIE 40c: DONE
while you waii. 638 Market, opp. Palace Hotel.
CORN ICE-MA WANTED AT THE
VJ Forderer Cornice Works, 224 Mission st.
\f EN'S SOLKS.SOc; HEEI>,2Sc: DONE IN 15
l'l mimiteB,while you wait. 1197 Market. cor. Sth.
MANSION HOUSE; 061 MISSION, NR. SIX . H
■''■»■ —Thoroughly renovated; refurnished: 100 rms,
26c night to $1 60 week: clean; quiet; reading-rm.
BARBEP.S— EMPLOYMENT CALL SEO-
re'.arv- Barbers' A sso., 326 Grant aye. S. FUCIIS.
EN 'S SHOES UALF-SOLKD 40c, LADIES
35c; done In 10 minutes. 959 Howard st.
\\T INCHESTKR HOUSE, 44 THIRD ST.. NEAR
■ " Market; 200 rooms, 25 cents a uiKbt; reading-
room: free bus to and irom the ferry.
T INDELL HOUSE, SIXTH AND HOWARD-
XJ single furnishtVl rooms: 76c week, 15c night.
I> A IIBE RS, FoR EMPLOYMENT CALL SEC.
JP Barbers' Assn.. 13 Seventh. H. SCHEUNERT.
1 EARN A TRADE— SIGN OR PICTORIAL
Xj paiaMng '.might, for $5: great opportunity . D.
LEVY, 35 Eighth St., San Francisco.
A B I : B S'"PROTECTIVE UNION EMPLOY-
ment secretary. CONRAD TROKLL. 657 Clay.
riTHE* RA fLROA"D"n OD'SK"633" COMM E
. 1 st., below Montgomery; ' single rooms lEe night,
26c for two: besi and cleanest house in town.
ANTED— LAHOREIiS AND MECHANICS
'» to know that Ed Rolkin, Reno House proprie-
tor, still runs Denver House, 217 Third St.; 150
large rooms: 25c per «ight: $1 to $3 per week.
J~pT< BE BEER-TWO 8CHOONBBS " TOR 6c;
also a bottl tof laij'T, sc, at 'J37 Clay st.
TIT ANTED— MEN WHO DO NOT RECEIVE
'» their wages to place accounts with us; law and
commercial collection: no charge unless successful.
KNOX COLLECTION' AGENCY. 110 Sutter, r. 4.
HAT CHKttK HOUSE, 629>ACRAMENTO
st. : 100 outside rooms; best spring beds: single
rooms, 20c a day; $1 a week: meals, 10c. •
OZAJiIT. ELLIS, ROOMS 25C TO 60C
night, $1 25 to S5 week: reading rooms. ;
TJUtEE COFFEE AND ROLLS. 704 SANSOME;
-E single rooms 15c. 20c a night, $1 a week. ■
EhT IN ClT*— SINGLE ROOMS. 1», 20 AND
25 cents per nigh:- SI, f I 25. f 1 60 p«r weelc.
Pacific House .Comm erciat and Leldesdorit sts.
At W | MKN'S SECONU-HAN DJiD IOKsTsOME
~X\J\J nearly new, 25c to $3 25. 662 Mission st.
rriltY ACME HOUSE, 957 MARKET- ST., "BE-
-1 X low Sixth, for a room: 25c a night; $1 a week.
JUST OUT; NEW MACHINE FOR RKPAIR-
O ing shoes: call and ccc; half-soled In 16 min-
utes, done while , you wait; > all repairing done by
machinery; all repairing at half price: work guar-
anteed. 562 Mission st.. bet. First and Second.' -
-. AGENTS WANTED.
T EATHER SUSPENDERS; "STRENGTH
XJ and comfort; agent's sample, worth SI, for 65c
prepaid. Itusset Leather Co., 317 8.. Grant St.,
W ANTED, ITVA^BEBS— 9 OB 3 FIRST-
: »' . class ; lady solicitors to sell "< new : patented
article ■ pertaining; to lades' apparel; never has
Decn placed on the market."- For further informa-
tion call 1724 Taylor st., Oakland, Cal., from 1 to
3f. m. --. ::■•: \\ ■.:■:'■-■'. -■ ■- ■ - ■
CALIFORNIA MUTUAL BENEFIT SOCIETY
\J wants eood agents to work Its accident and
sick insurance; liberal inducements offered. • J.
W. H ANNA Secretary, Murphy building.
X and board in private family; ■< terms moderate.
E. RAY, general P. 0., city. ' ■-■ ■■.■-.:-, -.: :..-'
W ANTED— HOME: IN PRIVATE FAMILY
f » in. Western Addition for brother and sister.
adults. Address. Btating terms, \V. A., box 46, Call.
\x^ : V^:>j PEBSOSALS.
wiLh good farm home near city . wishes ac-
quaintance of respectable woman of 40 of some
means: references exchanged. Address BURG.LR,
box 97, San Mateo. . ;
WANTED— TO COMMUNICATE WITH CON-
suniutivewltb money. B. W. BOGERS,
M.D.. 729 California st.
JM. O'NEILL AND L. E. PHILLIPS HAVE
• formed a co-partnership, under the firm name
of ONE <fe PHILLIPS, for the practice of
law, with offices at rooms 725 and 726 Spreck-
els Building. , .
ATEW HIGH-G $105 BICYCLES FOR
■li $40. Address Bicycle, box 47, Call. . . :
TH E PARTNERSHIP~HERETdFORE EX-
istlng between JOHN ENOS and M. J. RE-
POSA being dissolved: all bills against the late
. firm must be presented within 5 days from this
date (December 10). I, JOHN ENOS, will not be
responsible for debts contracted byM. J. REPOSA.
J JOHN ENOS, 801 Willow gt., Oakland.
MIDDLE-AGED MAN GOING EAST WANTS
-LX part faro paid in return for services. 8.. box
4, Call Office. - ,
AT THE RAZOR EXCHANGE,' 630 MARKET
St., any old razor exchanged or retempered
equal to any . that can be bought; uncalled-for
razors 75c each. ; . !- ;
I~ A VEKITK HA IRDRESSIXO PARLORS
-i movea to 30 Kearny st. (over Maskey's); wigs,
switches, doll wigs of real hair, $1 50.
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR REMOVED PERMA-
-0 nently by our new trent-nent without slightest
injury to the sKin; superior to electric needle;
write for particulars to the Curtis Co., dermatolo-
gists, Chicago. Free trials given, and sold at La
Verite's Toiiet Bazaar, 30Kearuyst., San Fran-
(CONCERT. OPERA-POTPOURRI, GIVEN BY
J Vocal Teacher Joseph Greven, in Odd Fellows'
Hall, on the Bth of January, 189 ii; admission 60c;
tickets in NEUMANN'S piano-store, 82 Ninth st.
A DVICE FREE; DIVORCE AND pro-bate
-CX laws a specialty; suits, Superior, Justice and
Police Courts; terms reasonable ; collections, etc. G.
W. HOWE, att'y -at-law. 860 Market, cor. Stockton.
SADIE EVANS, COSMETIC PARLORS. 850
Market St., room 42.
ICKS' DETECTIVE AGENCY— ADDRESS-
es located: experienced and tried men for
city and crun;ry; watchmen and guides furnished;
information and advice strictly confidential. Call
or write HICKS, 610 Spreckeis bidg, 927 Market st
MRS. DR. PAUL MEYER.THE BEST BEAUTY
doctor in the city, has removed from 504 Sut-
ter st. to 1219 Polk, near Sutter.
AIR-DRESSING ANY STY LE,2Sc, WAVING
included: excellent switches and front pieces
forsl; hair chains made to ord"r from $2 50 up;
sirictly one price; established 1869. 11l Stockton
St. B. SPITZ, G. LEDEI.ER succ ssor.
MEW PROGRESSIVE WINDOW ANDHOUSE
i-i cleaning Co. ;floors scrubbed contracts :d«y,wk
cr rr.o. F. CARNOVAL & C 0.,29 Eddy. tel. 5.252.
L^OR FINE POULTRY AND GAME GO TO A.
X^STRASSEK, 78 and 79. Center Market.
"L^REE OF CHARGE
X^ To examine our Xmas rocker, enameled cream
und gold upholstered silk plush, at $6: before pur-
chasing see ourpr.cea. California Rattan Com-
pany, 55 to 61 First st.
VI ANICURE PARLORsTLADfES AND GEN- i
i'Xtlemen: first-class work; 50c. 131 Post, room 20.
TRANCING (BALLROOM OFt STAG E)TAUGHT;
XJ private or class. IRVINE'S. 927 Mission st.
ISS DINAN: SPECIAL SALE IMPORTED
hats; $8 to $10; stylish hats, bonnets, $5 up.
A VERITE HAIRDRESSING PARLORS
moved to 30 Kearny st. (over Maskey's) ; wigs,
switches, doll wigs, to order. ?.
LANKETS, FLA.NNELS.ETC: FULL STOCK:
also Yosemite blankets, California oolen Mills
636 Commercial, nr.Montgmrv. Fwtorv Petaluma.
OHN WMITH HAS MOVED TO 327-329
Sutter st., between Stockton st. and Grant aye.,
where the best of coal can be had at lowest prices.
fflj 1 A ROOM rCARPP:TS CLEANED ON THE
«Ip JL floor. 200 Leaven worth st.
B"" EST FOOTWEAR AT F. L. HEIM'S, 121
Grant aye. ; prices suit the times.
ELECTRIC LIGHTS I n"e VERY "ROOM— WIN-
JCi Chester House, 44 Thirl s'... near Market: 200
rooms, 25c to $1 50 per nieht; $1 60 to $6 per
week: lree bus to and from the ferry.
SCHOOL OF MAGAZINE AND NEWSPAPER
illustration: day and evening classes. 424 Pine.
NE MOKE CUT— ~~~
Oak Roll Top Desks. $14 to $35
Oak ChiiTouiers From $10 up
Oak Bed Sets $17 50 up
Oilcloths nnd Linoleums 30c up
Stoves and l'.anKes ....$3 up
Thousands of bargains. We keep everything.
Cash or time payments. J. NOONAN,
I<*l7, 1019. 1021, 1023 Mission st., above Sixth.
G V lAN HENNA, $1; H A I R V PE K-
fectly harmless. Laneley-Mlchaels Co.; all
chemists: Huhbnrd's 9"_'3, Hauptli's. 1156 Market.
mHE ECONOMY, 40 SIXTH ST.. BETWEEN
X Mission nnd Market: millinery; hats trimmed
for 25c: hats pressra, 25c; feathers curled, 6c. ■ •■-.
T IKKRAL ADVANCES ON DIAMONDS, JEW-
XJ elry, etc. : lowe3t rates. 948 Market st. .
HAVE YOUR FEATHER-BEDS. PILLOWS,
filled at 870MiB*ion,cor. sth. OWEN McCABE.
M~ I- S. M. H. OBER, "HE U ART I OF
Ypsilantl Jersoy-fltting Underwear, Union Suits
«fe Equestrian igh:s. Ober Corsots for stout tisniros.
i-'ole agent for Equipoise Waists, Jenness Miller
j goods nnd Gertrude baby outfits; great reductions:
send for catalogue. 34 Geary St., san Francisco.
I TTYI \i\ BUsINKSS CAKDs. $1 50: I'ELE-
-IUUU phone "Black 141." HlLL.724i^ Market.
Suits" made ■■ to order of elegant
remnants for $10; samples and self-measure-
ment on application. LEON LEMOS, Merchant
Tailor, 1 332 Market St., San Francisco.
SECOND-HAND AS WELL AS NEW BARS,
O showcases, counters, sbelvings, mirrors, desks,
safes, chairs, scales. et<\, and a very large stock o<
them, too: be sure and see stock and get prices be-
iore goinc; elsewhere. J.NOO'XaN, 1017, 1019,
1021, 1023 Mission St., above Sixth.
OLD BUILDINus BOUGHT AND SOLD;
store fixtures, doors, windows, lumber, pipe,
etc. : cr.enp. Yard 1166 Mission st., near Eighth.
~(\ OLLKCTING. TRACING. shadowing AND
\J locating at (JRAJIAM'S Agency, 330 Pine st.
(B; 1 O SUITS TO ORDER; SAMPLE BY MAIL.
tJpX^ NEUH AUS. Merchant Tailor, 115 Kearny.
pLOAKS, CAPES AND SUITS RETAILED AT
\J mfrs' cost. Factorr. 20 Sansoma st.. upstairs.
GOLD, 81LV EH. GE^TS > AND LADIKd 1
clothing bouclit. COLMAN, 41 Third st.
WINDOW SHADES MANUFACTURED TO
order by WILLIAM McPHUN. 11»6 Market.
pHEAPEST A N D BEST IN AMERICA—
WEEKLY CALL, sent to»ny address in the
United States oi Canada ono year for $1 50, post-
it'i' iree ~ - - . -
Dresses~*2~and~ulpl \vrappers S6o
XJ and up. 606 >atomast. ■••"-"'. ' .
BRADLEY, ' MODISTE, Ml GEARY ST.;
gools and findings, $12 up; suits. $6 up:
mourning orders in twelve hours :dresses made over
DRESSEs CUT AND FITTED, 83: DRESSES
popmar prices: enenremen-s by day. 11 Geary.
1"^ OST- LAST* "SUNDA Y^PAIR^'gOLD^EYE -
l glasses and chain, between Park and Cliff
House. Return 225 Powell: reward. -
lOST— CERTIFCATE CHARITY LODGE, F.
XJ and A. M., No. 7-7, N. Y. ISAAC P. SMITH,
carv of H. Holies, 618 Battery St., S. F. :?,. -'■■::
1 OST— ON NIGHT: OF DECEMBER 5. 1895,
J J near s*ats 16 and 16, 11, north, in Mechanics'
Pavilion, one gold ring in imitation of double coil
of i ope with square knot at top. Any person find-
Ing Bame and returning it will receive a reward of
$5. Address Rin^'. box 17, this office.
LObT-A BLACK PURSE CONTAINING
money, with a gold watch; monogram . E. C.
Reward at 916 Greenwich st. - "-' ■=" ""■■
T~OST— GORDON SETTER (ALAMEDA LI-
Xj cense), Sunday, December 8, on San Bruno
road; also 10 months i»ordon 3etter on November
20. Return to 1423 Nebraska st., liberal reward.
| OST— GOLD PAIjLOCK CHAIN BRACEI^ETJ
Xj on O'FarreU, between Hyde and Scott; liberal
reward. P.eturn to 221 Golden Gate aye. .;-,'; : .
f SUTRO HEIGHTS; LADIES' GOLD
watch. . Return 1301 Buchanan st.: reward.
OLD IiINGTsKT"wiTH" DIAMOND: "PTf. E.
stelner" Inside. Reward at southwest corner
Third and Mission.
T OST-A PASS ROOK WITH THEHIBERNIA
Xj Savings and Loan Society of San Francisco in
the name of SAMUEL GRIMSHAW, No. 201.948.
The finder will please return to bank.
ttvound^ XAßoif w h rns^pTar^APPiTJ^iib
J. Paris St., near Mission road.
OUND — THE GREATEST ALL-AROUND
stock accordions, mandolins, banjos and guitars
In tho city : prices lower than the lowest. KEENE'S
Pioneer AI usic-store. 3 Third St.. corner Market.
PKOPEKTY WANTKL*. ;
ANTED— TO EXcIIATfG^T^DEsiRABIS
"» income pronerty in Alamtda for Potrero prop-
erty. C. BAY LEY, box 102, Call Office, Oakland.
ESIDENCE 10 ROOMS, OR DOUBLE FLAT,
bet. Pierce, Duvisadero, Pine and Clay sts- lot
about 80 feet; price $10,000. Address P. ' O
box 20ri3. ■ ■
Ister, 6 6-chair tables, a 2-oven range, 36 chairs
a small counter: everything must be first class and
very cueap. Address B. J., box 61, Call. •
'ANTED— AY LARGE -WATCH -. DOG FOR
. ranch; -■ no ■ mongrel; , lowest r price. Address
Dog, box 73, Call Oillce. . : .->.;-. ;"
IGHEST PKICE LADIES' ANDOKXTS'
second-hand clothing.-; HAHN, 316 Third st.
ANTED-YOUR s WATCH, fIF IT NE'ED3
»» repairing: best work at half the regular price
DEUSS, watchmaker. 136 Kearny st., third tloorl
SELL YOUR BOOKS, CLOTHING AND JFw"
elry to A. KLEIN, 109 Sixth at.; send postal" -
V:>^ PHYSICIANS. £?: _ '[ '■_ - . ' ■
EMO VED— DR?: C.""c. r I)'DONNELL TO" 850
X\i Market st. Diseases of women a specialty.
' BFRISJESS CHANCKS. . . ..^^-.
• (2jr»,^A PARTNER WANTED; OLDEST,
'*iP\JO\.l. be3t-establlshed restaurant; near trans-
fer point; big day and nigbt trade; receipts s4s;
prefer partner for hired help. STENBERG A
TREIBKR, 632 Market st.
RESTAURANT; 1 BLOCK FROM MARKET
Xv st.: receipts $40; handsomely fitted up; elec-
tric lights throughout place. STENBERG <fc
TREIBER. 632 Market st. '.
Hii^^rt GROCERY AND BAR: WEBTEBN
<R)Od\J. Addition: noonpositlon. STENBEBO A
TREIBER, 63,2 Market, opposite Palace Hotel.
S/4AA CA2I DY AND TCECREAM . BUSI-
tlp^±UV/. ness: excellent location; goods sold at
Invoice or above amount: bargain. STENBERG
& TREIBER, 632 Market gt.
ARE OPPORTUNITY— HALF INTEREST
XV in bakery lunch parlor: ' one of leading places
of its kind in city; receipts 100 daily; anyone
with average intelligence can .conduct same:
owners have urgent business elsewhere: thorough
trial ana investigation given before buying. STEN-
BERG A TREIBER; 632 Market st. -
<S1 QXA LIQUOR-STORE:THIRDST.;CON-
ipXOOV. trols large trade; cheap rent: posi-
tively full value in stock, fixtures: suitable for two
partners: genuine bargain.- STENBERG A
TREIBER, 632 Market st., opp. Palace Hotel.
AAA ' BAKERY NORTH OF MAKKET:
«IP-LV'UU. bakiug2% bbls. daily: 2 horses and
wagons: weekly receipts $150; 5 living rms.; reut
*35; lease; banrain. STENBERG, 632 Market su
ffl-l C A DELICACIES AND DAIRY PRODUCE
tip±O\J . near Market; averages $6 to ♦ 7 dally.
PROLL <fc LLOYD, 719 Market st. -
AAA CASH TO INVEST: BUSl-
<t® O\J .\J\J\J nesses bousrht for cash or sold on
commission. PROLL «fe LLOYD, 719 Market st.
YE ING AND CLEANING ESTABLIBH-
ment; good income: investigation will speak
for itself. PROLL A LLOYD, 719 Market st.
O BUY OR SELL a BUSINESS OF ANY
kind quick for cash see STRAND <fc CO., 45 3d.
<2»17?: BRANCH BAKERY, DELICATES-
<jp J. I O, sen and light groceries; good trade; 3
rooms; cheap rent; bargain. STRAND & CO.,
45 Third st. .
pORNER GROCERY AND BAB; OLD ESTAB-
\J lished; pays well; full value; 4 rooms: cheap
rent; a sacrifice. STRAND A CO., 45 Third st.
ESTAUKANT; No. 1 LOCATION; LARGE
trade: handsomely fitted up: to be sold at a
bargain. STRAND <fe CO., 46 Third st.
t>9XA PARTNER WANTED IN WOOD,
<JP_jUU. coal, hay and grain business: clears $75
per month each. STRAND <fe CO., 45 Third st.
<St^.^\ A SALOON, NEAR MARKET ST.;
fJrOO\J. bargain. STRAND <fc CO., 45 Third st.
WANTED— STEADY MAN FOR LIGHT, ACT-
" ive business; experience unnecessary; will
pay $75 per month to start with; cash required,
$200; see to-day. STRAND A CO., 45 Third st.
fi»99X BRANCH BAKERY, CANDY AND
«U5— -—-'«-'• stationery store: 4 living-rooms: rent
$18: snap. BARKETT <fc SKIFF, 86Sy 3 Market.
fflt^A PAYING 13-BOOM HOUSE; ALL
is)*JO\J. occupied: central location: rent $40;
offer wanted. BARRETT <fe SKIFF, 865 Vii Mar-
<_IOPI BRANCH BAKFRY; MUST BE SOLD
<5) LZiO. to-day. BARRETT, 865% Marke: st.
(2jO£.A WOOD AND COAL YARD, INCLUD-
I t^OfJ\J. ing horse, wasron and building; rent
$2 50 per month. 873V2 Market st., room 1. *
©97C SURE BARGAIN; WELL-PAYING
tS;_j % O, city-front saloon; place speaks for itself.
JOHNSTON <fe CO., 26V Kearny St.. room 4.
(Jlj QAA WOOD AND COAL YARD WITH
UrOyJXJ. 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. Ap-
ply at grocery, 217 Mason st.,nr.O'Farrell:noag'ts.
rr.O LET— CHICKEN RANCH, CORNER RAIL-
I road and Thirty-fourth ayes. : good bouse, with
well of water, 6 rooms, chicken-houses, etc. : rent
cheap; cars pass the door. O'FARRELL & CO.,
II Montgomery st. .
uRAACH BAKKRY AND NOTION-STORE;
i) living- furnished with the sore; good
chance at your own price. PHILBRICK <fe MET-
CALF, 2548 Folsom st. •
1 ' RfiAT OPPORTUNITY TO /JVSLY MAN
' f with small capital: one of the best established
new and second-hand furniture business at a bar-
gain: will sell half or all on account of sickness.
X., box 68, Call Office. ___
OJOXA SINGLE LADY WISHES PARTNER
«^'«-t/l/. in paying delicacy-store with" well-es-
tablished route; horse and waton; llvinc-rooms:
incoming partner to attend delivery and collecting.
Particulars 5 Mason st.. roam 1.
pROCERY AND BAR— FINE STOCK gro-
VJ ceriesand liquors: good fixtures; to l>e sold at
auction tliis (Wednesday) morning, at 11 o'clock,
on account of departure. 1400 Pacific St., NW.
A\VL\G TO BUSINESS DIFFICULTIES THE
\J Interest of one of the partners of the Roos-
>inas Packing Company is ior sale cheap. P. J.
MA AS. I26Va 'app St.
ffi?7^A PARTNER FOR SALOON-HAVING
%p I >J\f . secured fine corner advertiser would
like partner. Address G. W., box 127, Call Office.
O;9AA RESTAURANT; DOING A FIRST-
»JT_JU\7. class btisinpss: chance for man and
wife; r< nt $15 a n o-ith. 1009 Lerkln st.
"\roUNG LADY WANTS HONEST GENTL&
X man partner with $100: no triners need apply.
Address MISS A., box 23, Call Office.
-TJmsr SA'iE-BAKERY AND RESTAURANT.
X I 49 Second st.
pORNER GROCERY AND BAH; STOCK AND
\J fixtures: owner coins Kast. 1552 Folsom st.
17»OK .SALE— BLACKSMITiS-BllOP; HEAVY
. s:ock; owner sick. Address 8., box 161. Call.
LM N E TIN AND STOVE STORK, WITH
X: plumbing-shop, cheap. JlO3 Stockton st.
}j*OB S ALE AT A BARGAIN: OLD ESTAB-
lished ci^ar-store: eood ■ location and stock.
Address J. P., box 162, Call Office. .
T)ARTY GOING EAST ON JANUARY 1 DE-
X sires to close out an established and good-paying
business: small amount of cash ot.lv required. For
particulars address Business, box 14, Call Office.:
USINESS MAN AS MANAGER OR PAKT-
ner; bonds required. C. M., box 17, Call Office.
"DLACKSMITH^HOP FOR SALE ON AC-
X> count of death. 536 Sacramento st.
OAL AND GRAIN YARD, BUILDING IN-
) eluded; long lease: 2 horses, 2 wagons: must
be sold at once; rent $10. Apply 1613 O'Farrell st.
fl> |A|| SAIjOON; GOOD LOCATION: SOLD
tJptIUU. account traveling. 208 Washington.
ESTAURANT; GOOD LOCATION; WILL
XV sell cheap: account, sickness. 624 Sixth st.
OST CONVENIENT AND RESPECTABLE;
Winchester House, 44 Third St., near Market:
200 rooms 25c to $1 50 per night: $1 60 to $3 per
week ; free bus to and fiom the ferry.
'Q. 7 Kn~"CO ALYAR D ; bargain! good
«H> • O\J. coal, hay and grain business; fine buila-
iug; splendid location; good team; new wagon,
scales, truck; new safe; four-stall stable; good
lease; cheap rent. ALDiSN A GABFIELD, 902
Broadway, Oakland. . -
ATOTICE— HOTEL FOR SALE; HOTEL SHORT
JLi distance from city; will sell stock and furniture
or will sell stock separate; now is a chance to get a
fine stock of liquor at cost; party owns hotel and
will give good terms to any one who wishes to rent
or lease it. Address A. H, box 31, Call Office.
ffl»O7X WOOD AND COAL YARD; BIG
«4pO I O. trade: value in sight $300; no humbug;
trial given; must be sold soon. Apply this office.
IpINE CORNEK SALOON FOR SALE: A BIG
' bargain; must besold this week: proprietor has
some other business. Inquire 1211 Powell St.,
French liquor-store. .
ffl» 1A A PART CASH (HALF) ; GOOD PAY-
<H>J-V/v/. ing business; no rent. D.. box 4, CalL.
TTPHOLSTERER; WITH SMALL AMOUjnT
Uof money: the best proposition ever offered:
business will stand investigation. Address A. 8.,
Call Branch Office. 333 Hayes st.
ALOUN— COMPLETE WITH STOCK AND
O fixtures: splendid location; must be sold; make
offer. 121 City Hall aye. • . .
ILK AND DAIRY PRODUCE, CHEAP;
large Ice-box In store. • 519Va Geary st.
fflM FINE BRANCH BAKERY-LIVING
<JP±UV7. rooms; Western Addition; value in
sight. Address G. D.. box 101, Call.
I lOR SALIC-ONE OF THE LARGEST AND
oldest stove, range and house-furnishing estab-
lishments: Plumbing, gas-fitting, tin and sheet-
iron manufacturing a specialty; investigation so-
licited. inquire on premises, 524 Washington st.
PHYSICIAN HAVING A WELL-STOCKED
J- drugstore, with - stationery stock, in Oakland
will sell at a sacrifice: on account of sickness. Ad-
dress Immediate, Call Office, Oakland.
QTORE AND BASEMENT FOR BAKER;
kj will build oven for responsible party. Anniv
corner Twenty-aecond and Guerrero sts.
F°\, SALE CHEAP - A GOOD-PaYING
J. wood and coal business; centrally located in
, Oakland. Inquire at Call Office, Oakland.
CIGARS, LATESTSLOT MAcTFINES.WHOLE-
\J sale; agents wanted. KAHN A CO.. 220 Calif, st.
Pr^ N R w A NTED -BUSINESS KBTAB-
rn«M)'nn?. inc ti? 60: W ll required from $45,000
to $50,000. Address B. M.. P. O. box 2435. :
.^ROOO R OUTE FOH - SALE; EVENING
! this office * PaP6r: W««M per month. Apply
W^ NTED ~ M:OI)ERATE BUM TO COMPLETE"
t.m the . mos ' P«rfect cable or trolley car fender ex-
tant: will sell an Interest or borrow the money
Can'office flrst " class real eBtate - L - w - box 33!
.^ -^(TT^,?! l^* -- WANTEI) IN OLD ES-
•p*jO\t. tablished wood. cohl, hay and grain
business. Address B. P., box 91. Call Office.
ATOTION STORE, CIGARs, TOBACCO. ETC; 3
J.l livinß-rooms: with or without furniture- at a
bargain; low rent. 48 Seventh st.
fSIN ING-ROOM; CHEAP; SUITABLE FOR
JV man and wife. Inquire grocery, cor. Howard
and fifth bis.; no agents. \; ...
T) AKERY FOR SALE-TRADE $20 A DAY-
£>££. boT33 a CaUolncg. : gOe3 for $lgo Ad^
$200.« A e 1 c? ON::tORiBAIjE% 65 FOURTH
©OKA . EXCLUSIVE county rights
oou ' for one of the bes: selling "articles; 60
per cent protit. . CLASSEN & CO., 829 Shot well
HI., CS. F. " \: -• .■■_"■■■; .'"'■ '" ■- *' ■ ' • -■■■.;■ --.- - -. ■. -
ARTY WITH $500 TO JOIN IN PROFIT-
abIe business. - 512 California St., room 14. . "
'^2000 WHOLESALE AND— RETAiL
tjp_.UUU. wine and liquor. business, with excel-
lent store and: outside customers; low rent and
long lease. - Inquire 633 California st., Phoenix bar.
BUSryKSS CHAMOEg- contlnned.
AJOTICE- HAVING SEVERAL BUYERS
IN willing to invest in legitimate business, parties
desiring to sell apply to HEALY A CO., 23 Kearny.
UL'/lAA GROCERY AND BAR;
«Jh4UU. tlon; selling 6 Darrels week. HEALY,
23 Kearny st. :
C_QAA PARTNER IN CORNER SALOON:
2poUU. clearing $150 month; not necessary to
understand the business, but must be of sober
habits. Apply HEALY. 23 Kearny st.
RASS 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 GEORGE NOLAN,
133 Beal* St., San Francisco.
rfiHE O X SALOON FOR SALE. 319 EAST ST.
C\ OOD OPPORTUNITY FOR 1 OR 2 PARTIES
VJT wishing a legitimate cash business: short
hours: pays well; will bear investigation; sickness
cause for selling. O. A. LANE A CO., 90 Broadway,
Oakland. .. : - ' ' ■" ' ' ,
<B» l& A A RESTAURANT ON MARKET ST.;
OVJ\J. disagreement of partners. Apply *9
Sixth st. ;
EAT MARKET, TOOLS AND FIXTURES,
to rent or sell. Shwstore. 2831 Mission st.
<n» A A BEER AND WINE SALOON; $12 TO
Jp-iOU. $15 daily receipts; rent $45: choicest
location. Particulars 533 California, Phoenix bar.
vE*OAA SALOON; MUST SELL TO-DAY;
«3)_jUU. good business: 3 doors from Kearny:
low rent; a bargain. Particulars 533 California
St.. Pho?nix bar. ■ _^_
LODGTNG-HOUSJCS FOR SALE. ,
1 Q-ROOM HOUSE: OFFER WANTED.. .$llOO
JLO 60-room hotel, with bar: 40 boarders... 3600
20-room, sunny corner: must 5e11.... ,I^2
32 rooms toexchange for real estate. I S«2
10-room house: very central 250
H. C. DECKER, 1206 Market St.. cor. Taylor.
OTICE-100 LODGING-HOUSES FOR SALE ,
li from $100 to $50U0. STRAND A CO., 45 Third.
ffl;O7C- NICELY FURNISHED HOUSE OF9
*ff»_jlO. rooms near Market st. ; rooms all rented.
873 Market st.. room 1.
QiOAA HOUSE OF 10 ROOMS AT A BACRI-
<n)_jUU. flee; ownerobligfd to leave city; rooms
over paying rent. 1523 Polk st.
/-I OOD PAYING HOUSE OF 9 ROOMS; BENT
VT $30; no agents. 869 Mission.
4fc£AA FINE LODGING-HOUSE: MARKET
ttbbUU. St.; best part: 24 rooms; paying well.
JOHNSTON <fc CO., 26V 3 Kearny St.
CL'QAA 43 ROOMS: GOOD-PAYING HOUSE;
&OUO. sunny corner: brick bulldl s elUng
on account of other business: will take $500 cash,
balance payments.lls Second Bt.
poRNER HOUSE, SO ROOMS. ISVDELY FUB-
V nished. 704 Howard St., corner Third.
C_7f- f\ FOR SALE: LODGING - HOUSB,
S7DO. with saloon: 18 rooms, including bar-
room ; all rented. 243 Minna st.
OUSB OF NINE ROOMS; BATH: FUB-
nlshed. 208 Fifth st.
<&H^(\ HOUSE, 36 ROOMS AND SALOON.
tth t OU. Apply 307 Fourth st.
FURMTCRE FOR ■" A "*'^^
VERY FINE PARLOR SET. BEDROOM AND
kitchen furniture, suitable for married couple;
positively no dealers. Inquire 1205 Market st.
— LACK WALNUT SET. MARBLE TOP, FOR
sale cheap. 106 Eleventh st. : bakery.
-TiOR BARGAINS IN FURNITURE AND AR-
JP tides of every description. D. McRAE, 829
Mission st. -' ■
A BOOMS. OAK FURNITURE COMPLETE.
t: Elegant Brussels carpet laid 45c
Heavy Linoleum laid 40c
Floor Oilcloth. i( 2°c
New Bedloun^es, our own make.... 90 60
SHIEEK <fc SHIREK, 1310-12 Stockton, nr. Valjo.
KDUCTIONSON LARGE 3TOCK, NEW AND
second-band: 400 carpeto, good as new; oil-
cloth 25c; parlor suits, $19 up; linoleum, 45c; 7-
piece chamber suits, $i 4 60: cornice poles, 250:
ran"es, $6; cash or Installments; goods snipped
free. T. 11. NELSON. 126 Fourth st.
FUKUITUBE WANTED ~~
A BSOLUTELY HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR
J\. second-hand furniture and carpets by Lundy
Furniture Co., 813 Market St.; call or send postal.
ASH PRICK PAID FOR FURNITURE. Ja-
; COB WERDT. 82 i Mission, bet. 4th A sth.
\ UCTIONEKHJ. C. Mt'THER. 719 MARKET
J\- St., i>ays highest cash prices for furniture.
TTIGHEST PRICE paid FOX FURNITURE,
H carpets, ctoves. BROWNE, 103 9th; postal.
~GT KRASK V, CARPETS. PICTURES,
. foidlntr. iron beds, furniture; low prices: Cal.
stpplftrtder mannfacfi for tht» trnd^. 779 Mi*»loq.
tiug, 38 Bth. STEVENS, mgr. Tel. bouth 250.
rpHE j. c. MITCHELL CARPET-CLEANING
X Co. (Incorp.): old-established carpet-cleaning
machines: cleaning 3c yard. 230 Fourteen:h
telephone Mission 74.
ARPETS THOROUGHLY CLEANED ANO
renovated same as new. S. FKRGUSON — 1 ■
CO.. 23 Tenth St. Telephone num"ber, soutb 33.
XTATIONAL CARPET BEATING AND KENO-
1N vattng Works HAMPTON&BAILLY: layln?
and altering. 313-315 Uuerrem: Tel. Mission JU.
HEN YOU BECOME DISGUSTED WITH
poor work send to SPAULDING'S Pioneer Car-
pet Beatini; Works, 353-7 Tehama: tei. So-40.
ONKLIN'S CARPET BEATING WORKS. 333
\J Golden Gate aye.: telephone east 126. '
T MCQUEEN'S CARPET BEATING AND RISN-
»* . ovatitif works. 453 «r«»venson: tel. 3228.
PIANOS. VloLl.\S, ETC.
PfTmOVED— F. W. SPENCER* Ca TO 838
XV l ost st., near Powell, sole agents Conover,
Colby and Spencer pianos. 338 Post st.
KCKER BROS., STKINWA V, FISCHER AND
other first-class makes of pianos: little used;
cheap for cash or on easy terms. KOHLER <fc
CHASE, 28 and 30 O'Farrell st.
ASY TERMS; LOW PRICES. KOHLER A
N ELEGANT DISPLAY OF MANDOLINS!
guitars and banjos at MA UVAIS', 769 Market.
BYRON MAUZY, 308 POST ST.-SOHMER"
Newby A Evans, Briggs and other pianos.
TTPRIGHT PIANOS FROM $100 UP. 808-'
NUNG's, leading piano-bouse, 216 Post st.
UPERIOR VIOLINSTZITHERS. OLD ANEW
H. MULLER, maker, repairer, 2 Latham Dlace.
STEINWAY, $215;- WEBER, $266; SOMEr!
$237; Wily, $125; squares, $35 and $55
HEINE, 410 Post St. . *
AGNIFICENT STEINWAY LPRIGHT- IN
perfect order; sacrificed. 1019 Van Ness ay.
<S>AS\ FINE SQUARE PIANO; ALSO, $75"
<ptttJ. upright piano. Storage House, 211 Larkln.
~<8»99F: NEW grand UPRIGHT; no. I
ipjj^iO. tone. Call in afternoon. 713 Valencia.
CIHICKERINO, KNABE, STECK.VOSE. BTER-
/ling pianos: special inducements for the holi-
days; see our new piano for $187; pianos for rent-
open evenings. BENJ, CURTAZ A SON, IS
JJ»7C EXCELLENT LARGE UPBIGHT
<J> I O. piano; perfect; sacrince. 1359 Folsom st.
ALL CASH WILL SECURE A SNAP IF YOU
come immediately;" fine upright piano; very
little used: price $150. Uoom 21. Flood building.
AN EXCEEDINGLY NICE UPRIGHT PIANO
for practice offered this week at $80. Boom 12,
Flood building. ■__
LAN OS— : ~~~ : ~~~
Hazelton, Hemme and Long, Brown and
Simpson: easy terms. 735 Market st.
INE $400 PIANO— SI9O CASH OB INSTALL-
ments; must sell. 523 Eighth st., Oakland.
A BRIVED-A LOT OF CELEBBATED HIGH-
—>- grade r. L. Nenmann piauos for the holidays:
prices and terms moderate. H. LUEDERS,
Gil AA SAVED ON PURCHASE OF TOUR
<IP-IV/U piano:prlces reduced. BRUENN.22BPost
HAINfiS BROS.' PIANO— A SUPERB IN-
strument, surpassing any piano that we have
hitherto handled: we invite a critical inspection.
A. L. BANCROFT A CO., 324 Post sL
AT METROPOLITAN TEMPLE— CALL AND
*£*■ see the wonderful Muehlfeld Pianos: they are
the talk of the town; Immense assortment just re-
ceived. J. T. BOWERS <s SON, Sole Agents.
OPKN FOR BUSINESS.
The finest line of new pianos for rent and sal*
in San Francisco. J. HARRY SCOTT,
;•■ 929 Market st., Spreckels building.
INE PIANO FOR SALE OR RENT CHEAP.
SCHMITZ, 16 McAllister st. r
TEINWAY, WEBER. EMERSON. ESTEY
O and numerous ; other standard makes of
pianos and organs are sold upon easy terms and
reasonably by SHERMAN, CLAY <fc CO., piano
house, cor. Kearny and Gutter sts.
FOR SALE-MIStELLAJitOi S. ~"
CALES^ MIRRORS, FRENCH RANGES,
bars, etc., bought, sold. MEEK, 1118 Mission.
9 FRESH COWS WITH YOUNG CALVES;
-w good milkers, 1312 Folsom, ■
tTotsof bricks AND granite AT old
JLj sugar refinery. Eighth and Harrison sis.
VTKW MERCHANTS' CASH REGISTERS $25.
1\ PIERCE A CO., Chronicle building.
ELLOWS. ANVIL. VISE, TONGS, BMALL,
steam boiler and engine. 631 Howard st.
ARD WARE-STORE. NEW AND SftCoND-
band ; bargain if soid soon, or lots to suit. ccc
It, 546 Mission st. .
ARGAINS FOR XMAS. . /■ . ....."
A few odd rockers, chairs c »d baby-carriajres
at manufacturers' cost. California Rattan Co., '55
to 61 Firs tit. - -.---:•:
PECIAL ALL-RATTAN ROCKERS,
ladies' size, 83 up; gents' size, $4 up; baby-
carriages, full sac, best gear, $5 up; just the thing
tor Christmas. California Rattan Co., 65-61 First.
LL MAKES OF TYPEWRITERS BOUGHT
and sold. S. F. Typewriter Ex., 310 California.
OXE SMALL -MEDIUM AND, LARGE SIZB
fire and bnrglar proof safe.' 221, 223 Market st.
AT ATION AL: CASH REGISTER, SAFE,
XI scale, letter-press, desk; cheap. 102 Clay s"..
ATEW RANGES CHEAPER THAN SECOND-
II hand. W. 6.; RAY Mfg Co., 12 California s^.
G1 C) UNTE R S, SHELVING,-.; SHOWCASK3
/ bought and sold 5 liaiy, Market beU 7U»andBs»