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COADY RODE IN GOOD FORM
The Clever Jockey Landed Four
of the Winning Horses
Past the Wire.
THREE FAVORITES TOOK PURSES
SchniU Downed Hermanita in a Drive.
The Back Horse Bueno Headed
Out by George Miller.
The wind swept over the course at
"THE CALL" RACING CHART.
Pacific Coast Jockey Club's Winter Heetlng. Ingleslde Track. Eightieth day, Friday, Hay
8,1896. Weather cold and windy. Track good.
11 AQ FIRST RACE— Six furlongs; selling; maiden three-year-olds and upward; purse $400.
Index. I Horse, age, weight.
Fin. r Jockey,. \\ o °™
1106 Montgomery, 3... 102 1 3 lh 12 14
1090 Verdette, 4 112 'i 4% 64 42
1140 Cadenza,3. 95 7 3h 24 24
1106 Masoero,3 98 8 7 6 *y% 3%
Minnie. 3 95 14 12 8 83
488 Yon Dunk, 3 100 1 SI 6 4 6 6
Rajan. 3 97 5 7h 3h 62
988 (<raciosa, 3 99 13 11 7 7 2
Black Pecgy, 3... 95 6 6% 9 9
1140 Carroll Cook, 4. ..110 12 14 13 11
. . Let Me See, 4 107 10 8 10 10
1106 Broad Billow, 3.. 97 11 10 11 12
G. Washington, a.lll 15 16 15 15
Miss Vail. 3 95 1 4 8 12 13
Reform.s 114 9 13 14 14
Flaminifer. 3 100 16 16 16 16
1 3 Coadv 4-5
2 2 Williams 10
3 b I Johnson 2
410 Beau champ..... 8
6 h ! Frawley 8
6 1 Martin 15
74 Shepard 30
8 i/i McClain HO
9 4 Brown. 12
10 Glover 10
116 Ames 30
12 Vi Maxey 30
13 1 Cas.ro 40
14 4 J.Weber 20
15 10 Burns 40
16 Piggott 6
Startiiifr-Rate used. Won easily. Winner, Barns <fe Waterhouse's eh. g., by Hanover- Blessing,
ime, 1:17: 2 .
1 rrk SECOND RACE— Four and a half furlongs; selling; two-year-olds; purse S4OO.
Index. I Horse and weight. St. V 4, Va a A Str.
"li:-:0 'Lodestar 103 2 22 11 13
(1136. Dura 104 i 1 3 Ifc 42 33
1145 Lady Hurst. 100| 3 4h 8h 410
1109 Inflammator 103[ 6 6Vi BVi 63
1008 Miss Buckmau... 100 4 lh 2 1 2 2
1118 Rebekah 100 7 7 7 7
1145 Orseno 103 6 64 63 6
Fin. Jockeys. | og«»"&o g«»"&
lh Coaiy '9-5 11-6
210 Snider 17-10 13-20
3 3 Carberry 80 150
44 Martin >20 30
615 Piggott. |12 30
6 4 Casey !25 100
7 IMcCTain 20 60
tKht. Time, :56i/4.
Won driving. Winner, £1 I'rtmero stable's cb, c, by imp. MMlothian-.-tar-
"l ~"1 TlilßD RACE— Six furlongs; selling; three-year-olds and up; purse $400.
Index. Horse, age. weight, jbu *A V% *A Str. Fin. Jockeys. Jop!*"'"?'!.
1019 Ischnltz, 4 110! 6 63 4Vi 61 11% Martin 6 6
1118 Elmer F. 5 109 7 81 8 7 2h Suider 6 8
1125 Kowalsky. S 98' 8 7% 7 42 33 Johnson 4-5 9-10
11S3 Jack Richelieu, 5.112J 3 6h 5^ 6 4h jPiggotU 10 10
1184 Red Pike. 3 85! j. 51^ 31 32 62 Frawley 12 15
1142 Candor, 4 105| 4 3 1 2 3 lh 6h Macklln 10 12
1086 Chas A, 5 109 1 9 92 9 9 72 Beauchamp 20 30
1135 Tobcy, 4 107! 5 4h 61 8 83 Burns 40 50
(1078) . Catch 'Em, 5. 109 2 lb lh 2h 9 2 Shields 10 12
523 ; Lucille. 3 93 10 10 10 10 10 FeUhecv 60 76
stnrting-gate used. Won driving. Winner, C. F. Sanders' cb. c, by I'anique-Illa. Time, I :l6Vfe.
1 ,- »i FOCRTEt RACE— One and a sixteenth miles; three-year-olds and upward; conditions;
±O£. purse $400.
index. ! Horse, age. weight. St. 14 h<t ' % Str.
1137 Peter 11, 4 107 2 13 j 13 13 13
1128 I.Mirambo.3 91 1 2% 2% 22 22
(1129) Par.'s, 3 91 3 7 7 4h 46
1141 Little < ripple. 5. .108 6 4% 3h 31 3h
1086 Tar and Tartar, a. 108 5 3h 68 6 6
1129 Dungarven. a 11l 7 61 14% 6% 6
1140 Daylight, a.: 91 4 0 3 ' 5% 7 7
Fin. j Jockeys. op.*"'
lh Coady 3
2 6 Frawley 10
3 3 Johnson 11-5
4 8 Shields 3
shi Snider 8
6 1 j tochran 15
7 Freighery 25
Startlns-gate used. Won driving. Winner, Elwood stock farm's b. c, by imp. Brutus-Bonnie
lean. Time, 1 :60%.
1 l ~ Q FIFTH RACE— One mile; selling; three-year-olds and upward; penalties; allowances:
1 100. purse $400.
Index. 1 Horse, age. weight, j St. IVi I % *£ Str. Fin. Jockeys. Op!"'^!.
ll'JB Wawona. 5 106 4 23 |24 lh 21 lh McClaln. ~1 8-5
1147 Hermanita, 4.....109 3 4h 41 3 4 1% 2 3 Martin 4 4
1114 Huntsman, 5 11l 1112 lh 23 34 3 4 Piggott 8 15
1147 Tr:x. 5 104 2 51 6% 51 43 46 Snider. 8 15
1126 1 ucretia Borgia,3. 82 8 6h 7 8 863 Butler 10 15
11*7 I Can't Dance, 3... 104 7 7% 6% 7 6h 6 2 Toady 2 7-2
1134 Gallant, 4 110 9 9 9 9 9 7h iMacklin 8 6
1122 PodUra,a 104 6 810 810 6h 7 8b Bergen..... 30 80
1131 llmp.Endymion,3. 90 531 31 % 4 1 6 9 Johnson 30 30
starting- gate used. Won driving. Winner, Mokelumne stable's b. g., by imp. Str Modred-Typhoon.
1 1 *\(\ SIXTH RACE— Six furlongs; selling; three-year-olds and upward; purse $400.
Index. j Horse, age, weight. Ht. V* iVa a A
1181 Oeo. Miller, a... 113 6 12 11
(11-'sVßueno, 4 109 4 2V% 21
1141 Dab,- Murphy, 4.. 105 2 j 6 6
1129 Tiberius. 3 95 3 I 3 1 3 1
(1143) Oregon Eclipse, a.109 1 1 6% 6h
1142 lEncino, 3... 98 6| | 4 1 j 4%
Fin. Jockey. Op.
1 h Coady j 1
2^ Shields. 2
3^3 Cochran i 4
4 2 Butler 20
56 Snider. 30
6 McClain 16
Startiug-gute used. Won driving.
Winner, W. L. Stan tit-id's b. g.. by Loftin-Emma.
"THE CALL" RACING GUIDE..
To-day's Entries at Pacific Coast Jockey Clnb's Ingleside Track.
If raceo where tbe torses have no record at ihe distance to be run the records at tn« next nearest
distance ore riven.
a t 1 reviatlous— F.. fast: Fa., fair: H., heavy; m., mile; f., furlong; •, about.
• FIRST RACE— Nine-sixteenths of a mile; maiden two-year-olds.
ndex. Name. Lbs | record. Dist. Lbs Tk. Owner. Pedigree.
1118 Sharon Lass.... loo! C. L. McDonald Tyrant-Palanshire Lass
1130 iTortoise 113 E. Poire Brown Fox-Turquoiae
1112 iWieland '103 La fiesta stock fm. limp. Chesterfield- Harr'et
Horaiio ! 113 'Bohemian stable. .. ;lmp. Midlothian- Lurline
111H IDestra. 110! Pueblo stable Flambeau-Sallie G
11/0 Martquita 110 1 Atkin * Ix>ttridge.. !K1 lio Rey-Aetelia
111H Diablita jllO' Nevada stable iJoe Hooker-Oxilla
11H0 Widow Jones...j 110 D. J. Tobln st An'Jrew-Hattie Ball
1051 Santa Paula 110| CI. Thacker Santa Fe-Dottle Dimple
lHalsey 113 Burns <*Waterhouse Imp. Marteuhurst- Eisie S
1112 ;Grats 103 Alma Dale stable... ; Imp. Marten hurst ciratitde
1130 laura Burt 110 A. B. Kpreckels Imp. Hallomast-Zuleika
1145 Hohenrollern... 113| Elmwood stk farm. Imp. Brutus-Brown Maria
1130 (Rachael ! 1101 t. Corrigan j Apache-Irene
SECOND RACE— On* and one-sixteenth miles; handicap.
j Besi- !
Lbs record. Dlsu iLbslTk.i
1187 Cabrillo 108 1 :55V4'1V% m 98 F.. R. Vau Brunt SuSavlour-imp.Liz Hampto
1137) St. Lee 1 104 I:47 V^'l l-16m 96 F.. S. C. Hlldreth Imp. St. (icnrgv- Levee
1127 Thornhill |109 1:51V2 l'-J«m 97 H.. T. Lundy Imp.Cheviot-PhO'beAndern
1132 Fair Faith |100 l:SßV*|7f 103 F.. H. C. Hiidreth Jils Johnson-Bertie C
1148 |A. Spreckels. . . . 94 1:'J83 4 7f |101 : F.. E. Corrlftan Isaac •. urphy-Jennie Tracy
333 INebuchadnezzr. i9O l:4lVa>lni | 94;F.. Klmwood stk farm. Imp. Brutus-Qypsette
I HIRD RACE— One and a quarter miles; hurdle; handicap.
|Lbs'record. Dirt. Lbs,Tk.
(ll'Jl) Momalvo 168 2:19 ;iV4«J» 140 Fa. !l. Ezell Sid- M ay Belle
(1138) Bansanio 139 2: aiViliy* m 180 F~. A. G. Blakely Billet-Lottie
1138 Hello 137 2:88^4 lVfcm I^6 F... O. F. Johnson Sid-by Reveille
1096 'Arnndel 132;norec.| j Flood more staole.. : Dnke NorfolK-Klalne
10DO ;NellieG 11^9 no rec. J. Brenock Sampson I'nknosvn
, IJ2O lYan^edPDe jl'2s 'W. Earn 'imp. (Vreenback- Victoria
1088 ILocblnvar 125 no reel | R Rudolph jimp. Cheviot-Arethnsa
FOURTH RACE— Four miles; Sprc-ccelg stakes; handicap; value. $7500.
I Best ' I
Index. j Name. Lbs Record Hint. Lbs Tk. Owner. Pedlcree.
1041 Penper. 106 4:37 2% mi 98 Fa. P. Dunne Hlndoo-Francenca
iUV? 2:^, Orrl " •• •t m 3:06% 13/ * m 116 F_. P. Dunne........... ! Long fpllow-Queen Beluga
1120 Sir Reel 103 ..: ... Almona stable I Alta-Dlzzy Blonde
1053 Fred Gardner... 100 :36 1% m 92 l\.. Livingston stable.. Luke Blackburn-Knfllade
' 1132 ;imp. <;aD<lid -— 97 1:44% 1 m 98 U.. A. B. spreckela.... splendor-Canary
1001 Doyle ;■ i 90 ; |....|.... C. Llnd Macduff-Mtas Lawrence
FIFTH RACE— Six furlongs: selling.
i Lbs record. Dist. LbsJTk.
1126 I Peru ........... 98 1:20 |6f 107]U.. A. Morlne . Gano-CarmeiUa
1140 ] Soda Cracker... 109 no rec ! La Siesta stck farm Pr Nortoik-nv Joe Hooker
1141 Ip.Mlss Brmmel 95 1:*2% lm 91 F.. %V.OB. Macdono'ich Bean Brummel-I? Mnf^re
(1154) George Miller... ,109 lW «f 118 F.. W. L. stanneld... 8 Lo?nn "Ln?ml P ' *"'*"
1147 Afflatus 90 1:16% ¥, 102 5- W. D. Kandall. Imp. luverness-Affinltv
1148 Instigator..^. .. 95 1:1% 6f 95 F.. El m wood stk farm. I Imp Bnitui-In«fn.ii»tinn
1144 Yankee Doodle. 95 1:14%|6f 107 F.. Cam lite stable.. I Prince Roval-Manranita
(1147) Olive ./....... 102 l:lbi/ 4 |6f 99 F.. j K. Corrlgan lApache-fflrglel Apache-fflrgle
SIXTH RACE-Six furlongs: selling.
ndex. ! Name. Lbs! record. Dist.
1132 IdaWauer 107 1:19 6f 100 H. . O. X 8e1L.;..:.. . Joe Hooker-Addle u^vTti —
1)46 Meier 97 I:3OV* 7f 94 F... A. B. Spreckelfc KlambTan *Mowlie
300 Heno 1111-08 6% f 101, F.. P. Weber .. „ jJiuX-Sooner
1151 Red Pike 97 I:C9 |6Vz t ' 93 F... C. Llnd ... . ieo^ K!nn°" Entreaty
1092 Virile A 95 1:01 5 1 | 94,F... War.l . ... lm| Tn" Br.to Hif. Lrtha
1143 Irma 107 1:11 *5% t 104 A.. i\ 8r0wn..... . SavTour '"in T ' *
Drum Major.... 114 1:522% 6y 3 f . 102 F... Pueblo stable runster-Pearl Tvler
1143 Be: of Stone 107 1:18 6f 100 H.. Niagara stable...... Spend thrift nlh
1116 GeorgeC ,97 1:10 6% f 89 Fa. .1. tfarrity....... ! 1 BraX ,<1 Ton
1087 Vernon.... j 109 1:09 |6% f 91 IK-. A. Hlnkle'man I'owhattai.-virna
,1140 Alias Pollard.... 95 1:02% 5 f 99 Fa. L. Shaner.V.V.:".;: Imp I<lhl im-hT-Kvri#.n»w
1181 Joe C0tt0n...... 11l l:08»/i 5% f . 129 F... J. C. Humphrey.... \V\ntvn ?Cot?ob NotS My
1184 Joe Hill ill irOlSiST' 108 ■>'... J. Hi 11.....;.... ;..: Kingston^Ladv (VoWen
1098 Roo^ap ..:.... 109 1:16 M j6f 101 F.. . J. M. 8uck1ey...... JlarryO'FaUau-Mtt?eW a
I0»U Harry Lewis... 11l ................ ........ J. M»df10x...:..;-... , Versl "lea "ou»ul Kate
SEVENTH RACE-;Slx furlongs; selling.
I Best i . .
Index. I - Name. Lbs I Record i Dial. LbslTk.
1077 Clara Wilson... 96 1:10 \ 6% f 99 Fa. 1 Wilson <£ Gi1115..... imp. Sir Modred-BednrtA
1129 Ip.Fullenn Lass 109 3: lBVi 6f 101 H. Shabona stable..... ! FulWion-CVstawav
1146 AbiP ......... 109 1:01% 6f 109 F. .«. Pa0hec0...... Three Chew-Dalr^Maid
1142 Venus..... 107 ... .j?. .... .... J. H. Tarn ......... Verano- Belinda
1142 'Tim Murphy... 11l 1:14 IBf . 11l F.. White & Clarke.... Imp. KyrJe DR?y-Ala*<rl«
1128 'seaside 109 1:1 ft I«f 106 F.. P. fciebentbaler..... Imp. Mariner 8^
1097 T0n1n0.......... 97 1:00% 6^f 88 1.. Alma DAle stable... '.7. 11. Fonton-U-rie B
1184 Favary......... 112 1 <:3Vs ! 5' 104!f».i A. P. Miller.. John A-Loweiia R
1064 Ml. Air 109 I:l'.' *8 f 98 F. .W. B. D0dd. :....... Imp. Brutus- Jule
10-18 AllahHbad...... 10» 1:32% 7f 98 11.. iW. D. Ran Jai1 ...... Hyder All-Horde
-880 Ric0....;........ 11l 1:14% 6f Oft IV; S. C. Hildretn.. .... Shannon-Fannle Lewis
1126 Clara Johnson.. OS 1:07% : 6 f . 99,11.. M.J0nn50n... ;...'.. El Klo Key- Valeric
"932 sen. Hoffman.. 100 .7... 1 ..:. .... D. J. T0b1n........:. Imp. Inverness-Dora •
1151 (Candor. j 107 , 1:03% 5f . 108 Fa. F. Phi11ip5. ......... Imp. Darebin-Mlw Clay
1142 Wan-ago 109 1:4034 lm ' 101 1 F. . Garden City stable. Warwick- Fedalma
Ingleside yesterday with such terrific
force that it was almost found necessary
to strap the jockeys on their mounts to
prevent them from taking aerial fliehts and
landing outside of the high fence inclosing
the grounds. The backstretch was a
veritable toboggan slide, but when it came
to breasting the gale through the stretch
for the wire the horses made slow progress
and r^ords stood in no danger of being
shattered. The card, a very good one for
an off day, attracted the customary crowd
of racing enthusiasts. As three favorites,
a second choice and one outsider that was
well supported stepped across the line in
front they had no cause for complaint.
In the way of riding honors Frank
Coady stood away over his brother knights
of the pieskin, the Lome and Cambridge
stables' clever jocicey piloting four of the
six winners to victory.
The curtain-raiser was a six-furlong spin
for maidens, with seventeen starters. After
disappointing the talent on one or two oc
casions in the past Montgomery went out
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, SATURDAY, MAY 9, 1896.
and won like a real good one, after open
ing at a very short price and going back in
the betting to 8 to 5. The 9to 5 second
choice, Cadenza, finished tnird Behind the
15 to 1 outsider, Verdette.
The Pueblo stable's Racine filly Dura
was a prime favorite over the other six
starters in the four and a half furlong dash
for two-year-olds, the ring quoting her at
3to 5. Si.c was beaten through a loitering
sort of ride on the part of her rider,
Snider. He rated along between the
leaders so long that when he did make his
move he could not catch the second choice,
Lodestar, losing the decision by a neck.
Lady Hurst, a 100 to 1 chance, finished in
the show several lengths away.
Ed Corrigan's Kowalsky was considered
a "moral" for the six-furlong selling event
that followed, but through a series of
knocks and interferences Lad to be con
tent with third place. Four to rive was
accepted about the brown colt as a good
price. After Candor and Elmer F had
headed the procession into the stretch
Schnitz shot to the front and won cleverly
by a length. In a drive the favorite was
nosed out for the place by Elmer F. The
winner's price was 8 to 1 at post time.
Another favorite went astray in the
mile and a sixteenth run. On thestrength
of his defeat of Fair Faith some days ago
Carroll's gray colt, Paros, was played
down from 2% to 1 to 8 to 5 favoritism.
Little Cripple had second call in the Bet
ting, but the big play was made on Peter
the Second, a raft of coin going in on him
at ±}4 to 1. The favorite was knocked
about at the first turn, and cut little figure
in the race thereafter, finishing a poor
third. Peter the Second made nearly all
of the running, and in a hard drive
Coady got him past the wire a head before
the 12 to 1 outsider, Mirambo, with little
I'rawley in the saadle.
A mile dash for the cheaper class of
selling platers furnished another exciting
finish. Wawona was the most fancied of
the nine starters, ruling a 2 to 1 choice,
and in a rattling drive the last furlong with
Hermanita, one of the second choices, Si
McClain landed the favorite first by a
neck. Huntsman, at long odds, ran a
creditable race, finishing a good third.
The Texan horse George Miller met with
better success in the last nice than on his
previous essay, when he was left at the
The distance was six furlongs, and about
the only one of the other five starters that
looked to have a chance to take his
measure was the black horse Bueno. In
the betting Miller was a 6 to 5 favorite,
with 2}£ to 1 against Bueno, which was
later played down to 2. Not in the first
three when the barrier went up. Miller
soon showed in the lead, and was not after
headed. Bueno came strong at the end,
but in a hard drive succumbed by a head.
Babe Murphy was a close third.
INGLESIDE'S STAR EVENT.
The Great $7500 Spreckels Handi
cap Is to Be Decided
The great $7500 Spreckels handicap at
four miles will be decided at Ingleside this
afternoon. Six dorses are carded to force
the issue, and if all start a grand contest is
assured. On paper, the result looks to lie
between Pepper and G. B. Morris, but Sir
Reel has been taking to his work very
kindly of late, and if he starts is act to
prove a dangerous factor in the race.
Long-distance races were always popular
R-ith the California racegoing public, and
the management look for the largest crowd
jf the long meeting to see the Dig event
run. Additional cars will be run by the
jlectric line to accommodate the* vast
Quirt, the Iron mare, died of a complica
tion of disorders at the Bay District track
Thursday night. The chestnut daughter
jf Joe Hooker and Trifle, foaled in 1887,
tvas a great favorite with racegoers. Dur
ing the long meeting held at the Hay Dis
trict tract a year ago she met and defeated
some of the very best horses in training at
the sprintine distances. Had she been
started in selling events many more wins
would have been placed to her credit, but
her owner, William Dixon, fearful of los
ing the mare, started her only in condition
races and handicaps.
Bookmaker Frank Eckert will leave for
Chicago at the close of the present Ingle
The coming meeting on the Bay Dis
trict will ring down the curtain on the
jcene of many a hard-foughtequine battle,
traders will soon after bejin operations,
siud modest dwellings will cover the
iround where thousands of dollars were
made and lost.
Hermanita's saddle slipped, for which
the backers of Wawona may be truly
srateful, for but for this mishap the mare
would undoubtedly have beaten the favor
Flammifer, the Spreckels entry in the
maiden race, refuse! to break and was left
at the post. He is a very likely looking
colt, by Flambeau from the good mare
The City Guard's Drill.
The City Guard Club will give what It calls
an "extended order drill and sham battle" on
Sunday next. There will be two platoons en
gaged, the first of tall men, under the com
mand of Lieutenant Sturdivant, and the
second, or small men, under command of
Lieutenant Ramm. The engagement will be
followed by target practice.
♦ — * — •
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710 Market street, open until 13 o'clock everj
nignt In the year.
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corner Clay; open until 9:30 o'clock.
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116 Ninth street, open until 9:30 o'clock.
St^^HIMPSON MEMOiil A L METHODIST
"Jf-^ Episcopal Church, corner Hayes and Bu-
chanan streets— Rev. John Stephens, pastor; resi-
dence 309 Haizht' street. Preaching at 11 a. m.
and 7:30 p. if. The pastor will preach at both
services. Subject at 11 a. if.. "The D»s ruction
of the Image." At 7:30 p. 11. -The Face of un
Angel." Sunday-school at 12:30 P. m., C. B.
Perkins superintendent; Kpworth League at 6:30
r. m Tbe public cordially invited 10 all the ser-
vices of this church. Seats free. Ushers in at-
tendance. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at
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l*»* Church, cor. Twenty-first and Capp sts.—
Rev. M. F. Colburn, pastor. Hoys' Brigade Bible
class at 10 a. m., led by W. D. Klngßbury. Morning
services at 11 a. m. Sermon by Rev. G. J. Luckey,
D.0., of Central Illinois conference. Sun-
day-school at 2:30 p. M.. C. W. Mark, superin-
tendent. Come and bring the children; all are
welcome. Praise service at 7:30 p. it., led
by Brother Robert HusDand: good singing.
At 7:45 p.m. the pastor will preach an especial
illus rated sermon entitled "Probabilities of Neg-
lect." Everybody welcome: seats free. _^
'< E£sS= HOWARD-BT. METHODIST EPIBCO-
*£& pal Church, bet. Second and Third sts., two
blocks from Palace Hotel— Rev. W. W. Case, D.D.,
pastor. Morning subject, -'A Fool's Folly": even-
Ing subject, "Young but Once." Sunday-school at
12:30 p. ■■■■-- ■ '..■... -■-;,■
!»^P~FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH,
155e r cor. Van Ness aye. and Sacramento — Rev.
Robert Mackenzie, D.D., pastor; Rev. Kdwin 11.
Jenks. co-pastor. Dr. Mackenzie will preach
morning and evening, at 11 a. m. and 7:15 v.
m. Sunday-school at 12:45 p. m. Young People's
Society of Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p. m. Prayer-
meeting Wednesday evening at 7:45. All are wel-
come to these services. ■
jjfcpgy* UNION, -SQUARE FREE BAPTIST
IS*-* 7 - Church (open communion). Bush . St., near
Larkin— Rev. William N. Meserve. pastor, who
will preach Sunday, 10th inst. k Morning subject,
"Some Paradoxes"; evening. '-The Cadet," which
is the first of a series of evening discourses on
"The Soldier." the pastor ; being a veteran. -J. H.
Norris is organist and musical director.
NOTICE : OF ' MEETINGS.
i^S» SUNSET PA RK.SANTA _jffj>^
l*^ CRUZ Mountains— Come /_^*Gffvj>
with the Sons of St. Geor <■ of &SKLJS\. a.
San Francisco and Alameda to t-'QLi^x *^^
their ninth annual picnic,' to be JT^Ol^
held at the above delightful resort wV^r^w-""'**
on the 30th of Ma.-. All kinds of 1 \"fc**""**J
games. Fine music. Dancing. fi^SusfsisL
A lnrk;e number 01 prizes. Trains l *^P*£si? ll Ssa'
leave the ferry at 7:46 and 8:45. Tickets $1;
children 60c . ." • \ "; " ■ • ,
jjr.'.jE 3 ANNUAL MEETING.— THE REGULAR
o-*& ■ annual •■ meeting iof stockholders '•of • the
HUTCH INSON SUGAR PLANTATION COM-
PANY will beheld at the office of the company,
327 Market St., San Francisco, Cal., on TUESDAY,
the 12th day oi May, 1896. at the hour of 11 a. m.,
for the purpose of electing a Board of Directors to
serve for the ensuing year, and | the | transaction of
such other business as may come . before the meet-
ing. < Transfer-books will 'dose on Friday, May 1.
at 8 p. it E. H. SHELDON, Secretary.
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MEETING NOTlCES— Continued. ' "
WCZS* ANNUAL MEETING— THE REGULAR
E 3Dr annual inepting of the stockholders of the
Christy Mining Company will be held at the office
of the company, 310 Pine St., room 28, San Fran- 1
cisco, Cal., on MONDAY, the 18th day or May,
1896, at the hour of 1 ■ o'clock P. m.. for ' the pur-
pose of electing a board of directors to serve for
the ensuing year, and the transaction of such
other business* as may come before the meeting.
Transfer books will close on Friday. May 15, 1896,
at S o'c ock p. it OKO. R. BPINN BY, Sec.
Office— 3lo Pine st., room 28. San Francisco, CaL-
Bt3S=» BAD TENANTS EJECTED FOR $4;
"**' collections made, city or country. Pacific
Collection Co.. 415 Montgv st..'room 6. To. 6580.
I MRST-CLASS GERMAN SECOND GIRL AND
J seamstress desires situation: best reference.
MISS CULLEN. 323 Suiter su ■
ITUATION WANTED BY A RESPECTABLE
O American young woman as nursefrlrl: 2 years'
references from last place: carfare to be paid
whether engaged or not. Address MISS C. MOSS,
box 40, Call Office.
WIDOW Of 34. WITH 6 YEARS' EXPERI-
T T ence, desires position as manager of first-class
hotel or rooming-house: Is a. so first-class pastry
cook: can give best of references. Address B. 8.,
box 1, Call Office. .
Y°U N G LADY ATTENDING SCHOOL
X would like position either as companion or to
assist for room and board. Please address M. L.,
box 102, Call Office. _^
A ME RICA N WOMAN WOULD LIKE SITTJA-
•**■ t ion in San Rafael; can give good reference.
Inquire at reading-room for three days, San Rafael.
A MERICAN WORKING HOUSEKEEPER
-ri. wants situation. Call or address 9 Mastick
'OUNG FRENCH GIRL wan situation
X as lady's maid; good reference. Address 822 a
P ERMAN GIRL WANTS A SITUATION TO
VT do waiting or second work. Call 1221 O'Far-
OMAN, WITH A CHILD, WISHES SITUA-
'» tlon; city or country; good cook; do general
housework. Call 221 Minna st.
USE KEEPER OR COMPANION — RK-
fined, educated lady desires position In prl-
vate family. S. L., box 8, Call Office, Oakland.
CIIRL, 16 YEARS, WISHES SITUATION TO
VX take care of baby ; prefers to sleep at home.
Please call at 366 Jessie st-
"VTEAT, WILLING AND OBLIGING WOMAN
J-i wants work in country hotel as chambermaid,
or would keep house for widow and family. Ad-
dress M. C, 202 Second st.
IDDLK-AGED GERMAN WOMAN WANTS
place todo housework, or as housekeeper; $10
to $12 per month; city or country. Call or ad-
dress 504 Howard st.
riERMAS GIRL DESIRKS SITUATION FOR
VT cooking; city or country; American family
preferred. Address G. A., box 47, Call Office.
YOUNG GIBL 16 YEARS OLD WISHES A
X situation to do light housework or to take care
of baby. Call at 230 Eleventh st.
TMKST-CLASS C"OK, NURSES, UPSTAIRS
X girls and general housework girls of all national-
ities registered at Miss HICKEY'S, 1033 Post St.,
telephone Slitter 52.
GIRL ABOUT 16 WISHES A SITUATION AS
waitress in a small restaurant or In a private
boarding-house. Call at 1723 Market St., room 16.
LADY FOR LIGHT HOUSEWORK; WAGES
no object; good home. 554 Bryant st.
V (i UNO LADY. RECENTLY FROM EUROPE,
X wishes situation to teach children; thorough
French, German. English and music; or lady's
companion: used to traveling; best of references.
Address box 507, Santa Cruz.
COMPETENT WOMAN WANTS TO GO OUT
VJ by the day washing and ironing or general
housework. Call at 716 Natoma St., upstairs.
■\ OUNG WOMAN WANTS SITUATION FOR
X housework or second work; wages $15. Call at
830 Harrison st.
T ADY WANTS A POSITION AS HOUSE-
XJ keeper; city preferred. Apply or address
120% Geary st., room 16.
GERMAN GIRL WANTS SECONDWORK
or cooking and light housework: can give
references. 205 Chestnut sU
I/IKST-CLASS COOK WANTS SITUATION IN
X private family; best city reference. Call 5 Ew-
Ing place, off Laguna St.. bet. Post and Sutter.
MIDDLE-AGKD WOMAN WANTS TO AS-
l'l sist In kitchen or restaurant. MRS. FASISH,
V FIRST-CLASS STARCH-IRONER: CITY
or country. Address S. 1., box 49, Call Office.
ady wants position A3 housekeep-
er or would take charge of lodging-house;
plain sewing. 821 Mission St., room 3.
\V OMAN WANTS ANY KIND PLAIN SEW-
tt Ing; clothes repaired, cleaned and pressed. 114
Fourth St.. room 15.
Wanted— by a FIRST-CLASS cook, sit-
" nation in a summer resort, small country ho-
tel or a private family. Cail or address F. R., 813
CATHOLIC YOUNG LADY AS COMPANION
'In a respectable family or second girl: city or
country. Address C. E.. Berkeley. ,
GERMAN GIRL WANTS A SITUATION:
general housework; plain cook; small family.
Call at 1 23 Seventh St.
pKRMAN NURSE WISHES A SITUATION
VT to care for Invalid lady or child. Address C.
M.. P. O. box 107. West Berkeley, Cal.
~L~<XPEKIENCISD NURSE WISHES ENGAGE-
XJ m nits; charges reasonable. Address F. S., 32
Lewis St., oft Jones, bet. Suiter ana Post.
ARE OF FURNISHED HOUSE OR LODG-
J ing-bouse wanted by mother and son. Address
J. H.. box 14, this office. : . -■ --x
r OUNG REFINED CREOLE WIDOW DE-
X sires a position as housekeeper. Address B. N.,
box 107. Call Office.
"[RESPECTABLE YOUNG GIRL DESIRES
XV situation to do second work; sewing can be
highly recommended. Address M., 913 East Fif-
teenth St., East Oakland.
INCHES I EH HOUSE. 44 THIRD ST., NR.
Market: 200 rooms: 25c to $1 60 per night;
$1 50 to (6 per week; convenient and respectable;
free bus and baggage to and from the ferry. '
HunTFeiT aTco.." "ch!n'e^e~al^"jXpan^
ese employment office, 17 Webb st.. below
Kearny. bet. California and Sacramento, tel. 231.
pHINESE AND JAPANESE RELIABLE
VJhelp; tel. Main 1997. BRADLK YACO.. 640 Clay.
PC O. COOK'S SOC. SUPPLIES COOKS: ALL
• branches -.short notice. 14<;earv. tel.Gran:
W.JIM. CHINESE-JAPANESE EMPLOY-
. ment office. 637 Commercial. TeL Black 1261.
JAPANESE AND CHINESE EMPLOYMENT
office; best help. 3148 Sutter: teL Grant 30.
pHINESE AND JAPANESE EMPLOYMENT
\J Office: best help. 414% O'Farrell: teL K. 426.
MAN AND WIFE, NKW ENGLAND PEOPLE.
private place; man understands care horses,
cattle and grounds, general work; wife excellent
cook and housekeeper: reference. Address M. W.,
box 154, Call Office. ; - -- -
VOUNOMAN AS STABLEMAN WITH PRI-
X vac family or livery stable; city or country:
understands care of fine horses, carriages and har-
ness: reference. Call or address T. HURLEY,
("URDESEK, PRACTICAL, SCOTCH. SIN-
' T gle, wants situation; private or commercial
place; thoroughly understands gardening In all Its
branches. Address Garden»r, 1044 Folsom su
ORCHARD SUPERINTENDENT OPKN FOR
engagement; 15 years' Callfornlan experience:
orchard, vines, stock and genera farming; Al
references. Address Ranch, 812 V* Fulton st.
MEC H A NIC At, ENGINEER, Wl T H 20
■»TX years' experience, wants position, city or
country: can give best of reference. W. W. FEL-
TKR. 566 Howard st., San Francisco, Cal. ■
ELECTRICIAN; THOROUGHLY UNDER-
ftlandy dynamos, wiring, lamps, meters and
steam: much experience: holds college certificate.
Address Dynamo, box 106, Call Office.
YOUNG MAHKIKD SWEDISH MAN, WITH
I good team, would like work of any kind; will-
Ing ad good worker; wife good cook: cliy or
country. Addre>i G. c., 269 Second St., Oakland.
OCO rCHMAN WANTS POSITION AS KORE-
O mau on ranch or to take charge of stock: Al
man; references. Address S., box 6, Call Office,
Oakland. . .
GERMAN, EXPERIENCED GROCERY
\1 clerk wishes situation, city or country, or
general merchandise. Address F. X., box HI. all.
"YOUNG MAN WOULD LIKE A POSITION
X as waiter in restaurant or private family. Ad-
dres.l 216 Prospect place.
BY .---A DANE; KNOWS THE CARE OF
horses and garden; has references. Address
L. L.. box 18, Call office. - r-
\\T ANTED— A SITUATION BY A CHIN ABOY
" as cook in a family; speaks English: can give
good references. Address 8., box 18, Call Office.
p OOD SHORT-ORDER COuK. 38 SEVENTH
VI street. . . .
\Y ANTED— POSITION IN A DRY GOODS OR
'" clock More by a man 39 years of age: under-
stands perfectly the decoration of show-windows,
and has bad many years' experience as ' such in
Europe; speaks German, Swedish and Danish to
perfection. Address C. EVERS, box 85, Golden
Gate, Alameda County. Cal. '
VNGLISHMAN, 30, AS GARDENER OR
XJ coachman; capable of running steam or gas
engines: also dynamo and pumping: hand\- at all
kinds of repairing; best of references : from ; late
employers. ~ Address Gardener, Oakland ' Office of
ENGINEER, THOROUGHLY. 'UNDER-
XJ stands steam and gas engines and . all kinds of
woodworking and general machinery,. requires
situation at once; good references; I steady and re-
liable. L. W.. box 61, (all Office. ~ '
Vl* ANTED— POSITION IN DRY GOODS OR
" gents' furnishing ore: am a hustler and have
had 5 years' experience. Address G. L. W;, box
102. Call Office. -■■.■. •; ;-
V OUNG MAN 21; STRONG: WISHES SITUA-
■I tion in a wholesale house of any description;
best references. ' Address S. R.. Box 62. Call Office.
VI IDDLE AGED MARRIED :> AN, ; DANISH,
i.7. wishes a situation; handy to do anything. N.
T. S. KNAPP. 265 Clara near Sixth, top floor. . .-,
VOUNO MAN. 21, WISHES SITUATION IN
X a retail house; would drive a light wagon; good
references- Address C. G.," box 17, this office.
. SITUATIONS WANTED— Continued.
in^^KNTLEM AXLY YOUTH (AGE 20) DESIRES
VT Immediate employment as clerk or cashier
can write a fair hand and has had a good educa-
tion. ' Kindly apply to DANIEL DEFOE, box 20,
Call. ■ -■-
TTSEFUL YOUNG GERMAN, GOOD GAR-
*-• dener, etc., would like to get work about place
or some business where he could advance: state
refernce or security if required. Address C. M.,
box 82. this office. .*•-.:. '
ITUATION WANTED AS FANCY "CAKE-
baker; good ornamental and pastry cook.
Please address M. ZONDEL. 739 Filbert st.
DUCATKD YOUNG MAN, SPEAKS ENG-
XU Hsh, German,' French, Spanish, Russian and
Italian, wishes position as traveling companion or
valet. Address W. T.,*ox 84, Call Office. .
AN, INDUSTRIOUS, SOBER AND RliLl-
able, wants position in private family; city or
country; understands gardening, care of horses
and general work about place; first-class refer-
ences. Address JOHN, box 29, Call Office.
pARDE.NER AND FL IKIST, FIRST CLASS,
VT 30, single, German, desires situation with pri-
vate family. Address CHARLES VORBECK, 818
Fourth st. . - •
STRONG YOUNG MAN WANTS SITUATION
In a wholesale or commission house as porter,
etc.: can secure references or security. Address
C. M., box 2, Call Office.
OUNG SWEDISH man wishes .situa-
X tion; city or country: can drive, attend to
horses, milk and do gardening work: best of ret-
erences. Address G. C. box 19. Call Office.
ARDENKR WISHES FLACK WITH PRI-
V 7 vate family; middle-aged; single. Address J.
O. C, box 163, Call Office. . '
/COMPETENT, STEADY GERMAN WANTS
\J situation as coaenman: good driver: also good
gardener; can milk; generally useful: city or
country; references. Address Coach, box 144, Call.
WINCHESTER HOUSE, 44 THIRD, NEAR
TT Market— Electric lights in every room: 200
rooms; 26c to $1 50 per night: $1 50 to $6 per
week; free bus and baggage to and from the ferry.
OOD MACHINE AND ALL AROUND
blacksmith wants situation. Call or address
M. 8., box 110. Call Office.
INCHESTER HOUSE, 44 THIRD, NEAR
»T Market— Electric lights in every room; 200
rooms; 25c to $1 50 per night: $1 50 to $6 per
week ; free bus and baggage 10 and from the ferry.
ANTED— BY MAN AND WIFE A STEADY
place on ranch; man Is firs -class blacksmith
and horseshoer, good woodworker; also can run en-
clue and do general farming: wife is good and sav-
ing cook: capable of taking entire charge of ranch.
Address Q. C. L. T., box 101, Call Office.
SITUATION WANTED— FIRST-CL \SSPRAC-
ticaI circular sawyer or band; can file own cir-
cular saws: best of references; also good mill
carpenter. Address Sawyer, box 106, Call Office.
WANTED— SITUATION AS CASHIER OR
• T assistant bookkeeper; the applicant is moral
and strictly attentive to business; best of refer-
FEMALE HELP WANTED. ~~
XpRENOH SEAMSTRESS, $25 • " " GERMAN
Sr seamstress, $0; second girl, $25: nurse, $25;
15 housework girls, city and country. $20 and $25-
-6 young girls, assist, $10 to $15. MISS CULLEN,
323 Sutter st.
ORKING HOUSEKEEPER: $8 TO $10;
fare paid. MISS CULLEN, 323 Sutter st.
SWEDISH OR GERMAN HOUSEWORK
girl, $25. MISS CULLEN. 323 Sutter st.
2 CHAMBERMAIDS, WAIT 1 MEAL, CITY
•£1 hotel. $16; waitress for city hotel, $15: German
cook, private family, city, $25: 2 cooks, private
family, city, $20; girl with references for house-
work, Sausallto, $20; German woman for house-
work, Oakland, $20: ipirls for housework, city and
country. $16. C R. HANSKN A Co.. 110 Geary.
ANTED— COOK, PLAIN WASH, ACROSS
»» the bay. $25. see lady here at 11 to-day; cook
and general housework girl, country, $20: German
cook, no wash, $25: second girl in institution, $20:
cook, private boarding-house, $40; and girls for
cookine and housework in city and country. J. F.
CROSKTT CO., 312 Sutter st. .
ANTED — COOK AND HOUSEWORK,
small family, a mining city, $25; 2 German
nurseclrls. $12; number of glr.s for housework,
city and country. L. ANDRE, 315 Stockton st.
\\r AITRESS. SMALL RESTAURANT, NEAR
TT city, $15 and room, easy place; 2 waitresses,
$17 50 each: second girl, $20, and other places.
-MURRAY A READY. 634 Clay st.
\\r ANTED— NEAT WAITRESS FOR COUN-
" try hotel: $20: fare advanced if required. W.
D. EWER A CO., 626 Clay st.
OTHK R AND DAUGHTER. SMALL
i»X country hotel, $25: housegirl, $20. fare paid;
chambermaid small hotel, $15; houseglrl.city. 2 iv
family, $25 : second girl, $20 to $25. 315 Sntter st.
2 GERMAN OR SWEDISH COOKS, $20 AND
$25; 2 German or American cooks, $20: 2
chamber or waiting, $12 and $16: young girls to
assist, $10 and $15. Apply 872 Broadway, Oak-
UTAITRKSS, $25, COUNTRY HOTEL. HOTEL
tt GAZETTE, 420 Kearny st.
ANTED— YOUNG GERMAN GIRL TO
take care of one little girl and assist with up-
staiia work. Apply 2110 California st.
ERVANT GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE-
work; plain cooking. 306 Spruce St., Presidio
ALKSWOMAN, IMMEDIATELY: FlRST-
class worker with tissue paper; bring samples.
713 Larkln st. .
G- ERMAN GIRL TO TAKK CARE OF 1 HILD-
V.I ren and assist light housework. 617 Devlsa*
dero st., 9 to 12.
WANTED— GIRL TO ASSIST; $8. 11612 POST
" St., 8 to 12 a. M.
■VTKAT YOUNG GIRL TO ASSIST HOUSE-
J-"< work; $12: references required. 709 Clayton.
r< ERMAN GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUBE-
VT work. Apply 710 Haight st.
i URL TO PLAY WITH 8-YEAR-OLD CHILD;
Vjr sleep home; $7. 1620 Ellis st.
rpAILORESS-MUST BE FIRST-CLASS FIN-
X lsherand button-hole maker. HENRY KILP,
106 Battery st.
T\T ANTED— GIRL IN SMALL LAUNDRY;
" one who understands marking preferred. Ad-
dress C. C, box 17, this office. ••.--■•
QCANDIXAVIAN GIRL FOR DINING-ROOM
O and chamber* 739 Fourth st. 'r^-
VV ANTED— GIRL FOR LIGHT HOUSEWORK.
tt 8 Liberty st. ■
IRL WANTED TO ASSIST HOUSEWORK;
wages small at first, and nice country home;
only strong, foreign girl need apply: Swedish pre-
ferred. Address A. 8., box 118, Call Office.
\y ANTED— LADIES TO LEA'tN THEIR FU-
" ture destiny; all readings guaranteed; evil in-
fluences removed. Fee 25 cents. Planet reader.
946 Mission sl.
\l* ANTED — GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
"" housework. 1536 Dolores St., near 29th.
MOST CONVENIENT AND RESPECTABLE;
•»x Winchester House, 44 Third St., near Market;
200 rooms: 25c to $1 50 per night; $1 60 to $6
per week; free 'bus and baggage to and from ferry.
* STIIMA CURE GUARANTEED; DR. GOR-
A din's Chocolate Kmulslon. 221 Davis, nr. Clay.
AIRDRESSING. 25c AND 36c: MORNING
and eve classes; 101easons,$l 50. 1248 Mission.
APPRENTICES TO LEA UN DRESS CUT-
« V tincand making. 14 McAllister, rms 67 and 68.
pkKKSSMAKING, CUTTING AND FITTING
XJ taught; new styles; perfect fitting patterns
25c CD. MCDOWELL Academy. 213 Powell st.
■ ■<■ MALE HELP WANTED.
W" r " XnteiT^ carriage painter FOR
country, $2 60 per day; carpenter for mine,
good hand at timbering and rough work, steady
job, $85 per month; farmer and wife. $40 «nd
found; also farmers, milkers, cooks, waiters and
dishwashers. W. D. EWER & CO., 626 Clay.
EAD LAUNDRYMAN FOR COUNTRY
hotel. $60 and found: butler for private fam-
ily, $25: bell boy with good references, $25: baker
lor a log<in?camp, $30; waiter, arm work, coun-
try hotel. $30; dishwasher, country hotel, $25.
C. R. HANSEN & CO., 110 Geary st.
SCANDINAVIAN OR GERMAN FARMER
O and wife. $30 :o *35: 4 farmers, near city, s2o;
fnrmer'vrho can drive 6 horses, $20: 3 farmers,
near city, $15. C. R. HANSEN <t CO., 110
NGLISH WAITER FOR COUNTRY HOTEL;
see party here. C. R. HANSEN & CO., 110
ECOND COOK, COUNTRY HOTEL, $76T
washer for hotel laundry, country, $45. C. R.
HANSEN & CO., 110 Geary st. ■
"WANTED— GERMAN COOK, PLAIN RES-
»» taurunt, $35; waiter, $35; elderly man to
raise chickens, etc., $10, see boss here; • gardener,
ntarclty, $20: nigh; waiter, oyster house, $35; 2
dishwashers, $10 and $15, etc. LEON ANDRE,
315 Stockton st.
O MILKERS, $20; 3 FARMERS. $20; TIE-
*-■ makers, Be, 9c. 10c, lie, 12c each, tools and
food found by employer; cook and wife: 3 cooks;
2 waiters; hotel porter: bedmaker; choreman.
private family, $15; gardener, $i:0; farmer and
wife, and other places. MURRAY & READY,
634 Clay sU - - ■
ANTED— FOUR MORE SWAMPERS, $26,
go to-day: 3 miners, $2 75 a day; copper-plate
printer, , $2 50 a day; chore boy for country; res-
taurant cook, country, and others. Apply to J. F.
CKOSETT A CO., 628 Sacramento st.
SECOND COOK, COUNTRY.- HOTEL GA-
ZETTE 420 Kearny st. _.
BOY OVER 16 YEARS FOR TRANSPORT A-
tion office. Address Acton, stating references,
box 15, Call Office.
AKER FOR COUNTRY SHOP; $25 TO
start. 509 Kearny st:. room 8.
bARBER FOR SATURDAY AND SUNDAY.
1> 106 Fourth st. f - ■■■■<-.
GOOD BARBER WANTED AT 21% NINTH
H" ARBER FOR SATURDAY AFTERNOON
and Sunday. 1444 Valencia st.
BARBER FOR SATURDAY AFTERNOON
and Sunday. H73Vi Howard st.
BARBER WANTED FOR SATURDAY AND
Sunday; $3 SO. 1600 Howard st.
BARBER FOR SATURDAY AND SUNDAY.
24 Third st.
WA TED-BOY TO FOLD - TOWELS AT
> Lick House laundry, 9 Lick place. . v' ■
G1 OOD BUTCHER-BOY WANTED. 108 FIFTH
WAITER WANTED AT 618 CLAY STREET.
HELP 'WANTED— Continued. __
COOK FOR SMALL RESTAURANT; WAGES
\J $30. Apply 1309 Castro st. . .
A7-OUNG .MAN ACCUSTOMED TO WORK IN
J. baker shop. 1139 Folsom st.
SALESMEN WHO ARE OUT OF EMPLOY-
-0 ment and those who are desirous of making a
< hange can get the necessary assistance through
our new system; we make no charge for positions; I
we have the following positions on our list un- I
niled: A city experienced salesman, lace depart- ;
ment; a number of canvassers and other places In
the best , business houses. Apply to U. S. Indus- '
trial Agency, room 167. Crocker bui ding.
\\T ANTE D-S TKAUY, TKUSi WORTHY. i
tt partner in restaurant; receipts $25; sure in- I
crease; small capital required; guaranteed $75 •
monthly each. &TENBEKG CO., 632 Market
Vy ANTED-RELIABLE MAN TO TAKE OR-
tt ders; permanent position to the right man: '
reference required or a deposit. STANLEY, 21V 2
Third at. y "
W A i N h' E i^iT STEADY, RELIABLE MAN, :
... Un $150. as partner in genteel business that ,
I''city1 '' city trade
\\r ANTED-MKN TO SOLICIT; BIG INDUCE-
TT ments. C. F. ADAMS CO.. 156 Fifth st.
G ( M > irk^tfu tELMAN: STEADY WORK. 541
/-IOOD COAT PRESSER; STEADY WORK;
VX good wages. 541 Market gt. "»n..
<B; 100 P . ART - V ER IN BUTCHER-SHOP;
235 Third' st Uggy 6: 8 ° 0(1 trade- Apply
IjARBERS— OLD-ESTABLISHED 4 -CHAIR
BR O I. O , P J0 f 6 O Euts e sU heaP - APPIy DECKELIIAN
PARTNER WITH A FEW DOLLARS TO IN-
x crease paying business. Owner, box 15,CallOffice
97 'S BARBER-SHOP, LAUNDRY OFFICE
*#>'r * «-"• and cigar-store with 2 fine living-rooms
and yard: cheap rent, good locality and doing well-
must Bell on account of ill health: full lnvestW
tion. T. LUBELSKI, 7 City Hall aye. "" eB " Bar
■VTEW WALDO HOUSE. 766 MISSION, BET."
xi 3d aud 4th— Single furnished rooms, night l.">c
to 60c;week,$l to $2 50; reading-room strictest at-
tentlon to morning calls;clean;quiet: open all night
OLD ESTABLISH 3-CHAIR BARBER
shop; cheap If sold this month on account of
other business. 1308 Howard st.
GOOD 1-CHAIR BARBER-SHOP FOR BALE
in Oakland. Call 623 Clay St., city.
\Y INCHESTER HOUSE. 44 THIRD ST..NEAR
»» Market; 200 rooms. 25 cents a night; reading-
room: free bus and baggage to and from the ferry.
ENTLEMAN WELL ACQUAINTED IN
VT city can find profitable employment by ad-
dresslng G.. box 95, this office.
' ASK A GOLD FIELDS; A FAST SAILING
vessel will oe dispatched by the San Francisco
and Alaska Gold Mining Co. on or about Wednes-
day May 20. for Cooks Inlet direct; will carry
freight and a limited number of passengers; fare
$50, including board and 200 pounds baggage.
For further particulars apply to FRED HOLMES,
606 Battery s;., S. F. ■
ES. REMOVED 609 TO 643 CLAY ST.; UOT-
. tie wine or beer hot lunch 6 cents.
ROOMS 16c TO 75c PER NIGHT: 600 TO $1 50
per week. Oriental, 225 Dm mm st.
IVr ANTED— AT ROOM 317, 328 MONTGOM-
"" cry su, clerks and laborers to call If they do
not receive their just dues; no charge unless "suc-
cessful; suits: Superior and Justice Courts.
\\r ANTED - MEN TO LKARN . BARBER
tt trade; only 8 weeks required: tools fclven and
catalogue sent. 8. F. Barber School, 1515 Howard.
CLERKS' AND LABORERS' CLAIMS B'GHT;
) ac'ta adjusted. RATTO's, 612 My, teL m. 353.
OURQUIN'S CAL'A ASTHMATIC PAPER;
XJ instant relief. For sale by all druggists or Cen-
tral Pharmacy, SW. cor. Grant aye. and Sutlers'*
CALF SHOES MADE TO ORDER FOR $2 50;
/ balf-solelng 25c up. 959 Howard st., nr. Sixth.
Y\7 ANTED— AN IDEA; WHO CAN THINK OF
" some simple thing to patent? Protect your
ideas; they may bring you wealth. Write JOHN
WEDDERBURN & <^0., Dept. L, Patent Attor-
neys, Washington, D. C, for their $1800 prize oiler
and list of 200 inventions wanted.
BEST IN CITY— SING" E ROOMS, 16, 20 AND
25 cents per night: $1. $1 25. 21 60 per week.
Pacific house. Commercial and .Lpigeadorff sts.
' ANTED.TO COLLECT WAGES DUE LABOR
ers&clerks. KNOX Collection Agcy, 110 Sutler
ARBERS-FOR EMPLOYMENT CALL SEC-
XJ retarv Barbers' Abso.. 325 Grant aye. S. FUCH3.
ARBERS 1 PROTECTIVE UNION EMPLOY-
J-> ment secretary. CONRAD Tito ELL. 657 Clay.
AKBKKS' ASSOCIATION OF CAL. EMPLOY-
menu Secy, P. C. Hamann, 238% O'Farrell.
I INDELL HOUSE. SIXTH AND HOWARD
. -* ' sts.; single furnished rma 75c week, 16c night.
JUST OPEN: CONTINENTAL HOUSE, 521
Pacific St., below Kearny: lodging half price. sc.
10c, 16c pr night :clean beds-.sunuy rooms.no bunks
II OR THE BEST AND CLEANEST 10-CENT
meal try 13 V2 Grant aye.; coffee a specialty.
\\T ANTED— LABORERS AND MECHANICS
"» to know that Ed Rolkin, Reno House proprie-
tor, still runs Denver House, 217 Third su; 160
large rooms; 25c per right; $1 to $3 per week.
'HAT CHKKK HOUSE. 529 SACRAMENTO
St.: 200 rooms; best In the city; sln&e rooms
20 and 25c a night. 81 a w«>efc: meals 10c. ■
VI EN'S %-SOLING 50c; LADIES 40c; DONE
i'l while you walu 638 Market, opp. Palace Hotel.
1 I|A MEN TO TAKE LODGING AT lOC, 15c
1"« and 20c a night, including coffee and rolls.
824 Washington St., near Kearny.
WE ARE SHOE DOCTORS; WE REPAIR
it your old shoes and make them as good as new,
and with our new machines we can do your work
at one-half the usual price; done while you wait.
662 Mission st., between First and Second sts.
VI EN TO FEED MANHATTAN STOCK FOOD;
ill all grocers keep it.
VI EN'S SECOND-HAND SHOES. SOME
-i-ix nearly new, 25c to $1 26. 562 Mission.
LCHO HOUSE, 863 MARKET ST.—
Rooms 20c. 25c. to 50c night; $1 to $S week.
T/'REE BEER— TWO SCHOONERS FOE
x! also a bout tof lager. sc, at 637 Clay sL - ,I. ■.■>■.
riIKY ACME HOUSE. »o7 MAItKET ST., Bit
J. low Sixth, for a room: 25c a night; $1 a week.
Air ANTED— SINGLE BOOMS, 16c A DAY; $1
f T v»ek; rooms for two, 25c a day, $1 60 a week;
reading-room: daily papers. 36 Clar st.
L" ATJ V^A^E^TS~~Wa'nTED— BIG INDUCE
XJ ments. Apply 235 Post St.. room 7.
HOUSES WANTED. ~
"YXTANTeFtoIiENT BY JUNK I— COMFORT^
"" able modern 10- room dwelling, north or west
side of street; Western Addition; for small family.
Address Terms, Postofllce box 2661.
PROPERTY WANTED. "
WANTED— A COTTAGE OF 3 ROOMS. IN
city, on the installment plan; small amount
down. Address Cottage, box 19. Call Office.
' W ANTED— MISCELLANEOUS.
C^LL YOUR BOOKS. CLOTHING AND JEW
O elrv to A. KLEIN. 109 Sixth at. : .sen.l postal.
_„„,-. ~~ LOST.
LOST- FROM ALBION BREWERY, HUNT-
er's Point, cedar skiff; oak finished: copper
fastened: reward. .."-7*
LOST-MAY 5, WATER SPANIEL; BROWN*
XJ white spotted: name Sport. Return to 1029
Mission sU: reward.
rpHTJRSDAY AFTERNOON— WATCH
X and fob. Beward at 634 Green st.
r>ULL-TERRIER SLUT, 2 KINDLE JAWS.
JD Reward at 646 First sU
T OST-A PASSBOOK WITH THE HIBERNIA
XJ Savings and Loan Society of San Francisco, In
the ALFRED KAIIN; No. 194.925. The
finder will please return to bank. "^
DENTISTS. ' ~" ~~
DR. L. T. IRAN Z-EXT R A CTI ON A 1
XJ crown work, bridge work and teeth without
plates a specialty. 103 Geary st., cor. Grant aye.
/^ROOME DENTAL ASSOCIATION. 759 MAR-
\J ket, bet. 3d and 4th. gas specialists: only reli-
able agent for painless extraction; artificial teeth
inn $5; fillings frm $1; extracting SOc, with gas $1.
ft 7 A £ ET KOR TKETH: WARRANTED AS
i?J.. go 2'li? S « Cal J made: filUn *"•• Dr - SIMMS,
dentist. 930 Market St.. next Baldwin Theater.
TV 1 " LU DLUM HILL, 1443 MARKET ST.. \
XJ near Eleventh; no charge for extracting when I
plates are made: old plates made over like new; '
teeth from $8 per get; extracting 50c; gas given.
■H°rvn S M r A %£*& VERY LOWKST PRICES. ',
XX DR. HARDCASTLE, 628 Montgomery, rm. 1.
T-'ULL SET OF .TEETH, $7; WARRANTED
J five years. DR. V. CAY aLSKY. 24 Sixth st.
iS¥ vnr?v,P,£ WITHOUT A PLATE. DR. H. I
00. YOUNG, 1841 Polk si. •
I)^S^ OK P X . W - IjEEK - THK GENUINE j
x^Leek dentist, discoverer of painless extraction !
Bud patentee of lmprovea bAdge work or tee;n
without any plate, moved from 6 to at) O'Farrell s:. ;
pAINLE.SS KXTKACI'ION. 60c; CROWN ,
X bridge work a specialty; plates, $5 up; 13veari'
experience. R. L. W ALsll" D.D.S*; Si&*\ Geary.
I JR. H. H. SHAW, 224 KEARNY - BRiLuE-
XJ work a specialty ; open evenings 7:30 to 9.
(] O r LT " X ££- AL ASSOCIATION. SOb mar-
'^ ket st. DR. CHARLES W. DECKER. j
T^R. J. J. LEEK, 1206 MARKET, COR. GOLDEN
XJ Gate aye.— Open evenings: Sundays till noon.
A I £ n , W | OK i£> REASONABLE AND WAK-
■n. ranted. DR. j \y. k V 112' i Market st.
T JS* B ii O - VEY ' 722 MISSION-STORAGE AT
x .redt.ced rates; basement Btora e,sl 50 per load
OTORAGIi-CHEAPEST IN THE CITY ; FIRE-
U proof building; advances made. 211 Larkln.
T OWEST. KATES— FURNITURE. PIANOS.
xj househom goods, etc. J. M. fierce, 735 MarkeU
A B. SMITH FURNITURE CO., 132 ELLIS;
-n.' low rates: fire-proof building; Eastern plan.
APPLY FOR RATES FOR STORING FURNl-
ture. etc. 1 SU IKI-.K A* SHIRKK. 747 Market..
-^-1 :— -. -. SEWING .MACHINES.
A l i^ KINDS B OUGHT. SOLD. EXCHANGED,"
■*■*- rented, repaired r, lowest rates. 205 Fourth st.
_^ PERSONALS. ■ ._■__ :
Y 7 WIFE, "EMILY "■ SASS. HAVING ' LEFT
my bed and ■ board. lam not responsible for
any debt contracted by. her. HENRY BASS.
DBIAGI HAS THIS DAY SOLD THE
• fruit at ore and business at 535 Hayes st. to
(H. MILES DAVINI, who will conduct the busi-
ness as heretofore. .: : : ■
UY YOUR DRESS GOODS, TABLE LINEN,
lace curtains, towels, hosiery, underwear, para-
sols, corsets, embroidery, laces, buttons, linings,
threads, handkerchiefs, veiling, etc., very cheap at
Pioneer Dry-eooda Store, 106 Fifth at.
\VriLL JAME^ r. WELSH, railroad
it brakeman, formerly of Columbus, Ohio, and
St. Paul, Minn., or any one who knows of him or
his whereabouts, comm 11 c with the under-
signed at once. C. E. BRAY, General Agent Chi-
cago and Northwestern Railway, 2 New Mont-
gomery sU, San Francisco. ' ",
EWAKIi— THK MASTER PAINTERS'. AS»
sociation offer a reward of f2O for information
leading to the arrest and conviction of any one
stealing tools or material from any of the places
where work is being done.
1 j HH\ CARDS, $1 50: SHOW CARDS, 15c;
1 ( )UU tel. Black 141. HILL. 22 Geary st., r. 39.
"L>EAUTY," A HANDSOME, ILLUSTRATED
I) book on the toilet, presented free to any lady
calling at 143 Phelan buiiding between 12 and 5. •
H" AIR DRESSED, WAVED, FACE MADE UP,
25c; shampoo, 25c: manicure, '25c: lessons
given: face preparations. MRS. BUTLER.I3I Poau
A DVICE FREE; DIVORCE LAWS A SPE-
A daily; private; no charge unless successful; all
law suits, claims, collections, wills, deeds, etc., at-
tended to. O.W. HOWE.atty-at-law. 850 Market st
SK YOUR DRUGGIST FOR VERMONT
Hair Wash : cures scalp diseases: take no other.
ONOLTE PAYS CASH FOR OLD GOLD.
. 222 O'Farrell st.
T ADY OF 10 YEARS' EXPERIENCE IN THE
XJ lodging-house business would like to get a posi-
tion to manage a house for a salary in the city,
Oakland, Alameda or country. Address M. 0., box
135, Call Office. ■- ■ ■ ■ •■
OH! DON.'T YOU REMEMBKR SWEET
Alice, Ben Bolt— 2sc for hainlressing does not
mean inferior work in my case; 1 have the very
best artists in the city in my employ ana 1 give
the most satisfactory and up-to-date service. G.
LEDKRER, 111 Stockton st.
RAZOR EXCHANGE, 630 MARKET ST.;
xi< fine edge put on razor for 26 cents.
T> PTU RE— PERSONS INTERESTED
-it in the painless and positive cure of ruptures
address with stamp, lock box 2112, San Francisco,
TTHE VERY LOWEST EASY TKRMS YOU
can buy furniture, carpets, blankets, etc.; also
dress goods, cloaks, jewelry, at M. ROTHS-
CHILD'S, 213-215 Mason St.; open evenlnzs.
ELECTRIC LIGHTS IN EVERY ROOM |
Winchester House, 44 Third St., near Market;
200 rooms, 25c to $1 50 per night: $1 60 to $6 per.
week ; free bus and baggage to and from the ferry.
HTROZYNSKI, LEADING LADIES' HAIR-
» dresser, removed 10 24 Geary. Popular prices.
ARTINGTON'S SCHOOL OF MAGAZINE
and Newspaper Illustration; day and evening
classes; instructors, J. H. E. Partlngton, Gertruda
Partlngton,R.L.Par:lngton. Particulars 424 Pine st
DR. DUCKETT, 1703 POST ST., NEAR BU-
cnanan; gas given; crown and bridge work.
ITY OF PARIS LAUNDRY, FORMERLY 133
J Geary, removed from Larkln st. to 119 Stock-
ton; first-class laundry. MRS. JaUSSAUD.
Cj? 1 A ROOM; CARPETS CLEANED OH THB
tIP X floor. 206 Leavenworth st.
I>IG OUTDOOR STEREOPTICON SHOW E VB- '
XJ ry night cor. Market and Sixth sts. ; artistic ad-
vertisements In living light; promoters of bust-
ness. Consult OWL ADV. CO., 1140 Market su
ATA THE COMMERCIAL TRANSFER
■"A Company will move your trunk for 25 cents.
Office 43 Sutter sU, phone main 49. SAM.
TAR. FRANK CORNWALL. REMOVED FROM
XJ 227 Geary to V.M.C.A. bldg,r. 2,tel.maln 5477.
OLD GOLD. SILVER, GENTS' AND LADIES'
clothing bought. COLMAN, 41 3d. cor. Jessie.
rpHJB ECONOMY" MILLINERY. RED FRONT,
X 40, 46 Sixth; children's school hats • 6c : dyed,
pressed 25c; hats trimmed 25c; feathers curled sc.
T IBEIiAL ADVANCES ON DIAMONDS, JEW-
XJ elry, etc : lowest rates. 948 Market sU : ■: •"■
pLOAKS, CAPES AND SUITS RETAILED AT
\J mfrs' cost. Farrn»— . '-'0 Snn«om« >?.. nptt*'r<.
RADLEY, 410 ' TAYLOR- ELEGANT," BTY-
XJ llsh dresses made; $5 up; dresses made over.
DRESSES $2 UP; WRAPPERS 35 CENTS UP;
XJ lawn $1 np. 505 Natoma St., above sixth.
ADVICE and '
assistance to all.
When you wisn to consult a true disciple of
clalrvoyancy see and prove for yourself that
PROFESSOR M. L. CARNEI.LE i? the greatest
living exponent of the true science of clalrvoy-
ancy. You will find him a wonderful being. He
has made thousands of families happy and suc-
cessful by his aid and advice. The professor pos-
sesses wonderful powers. He gives infallinle and
correct advice on all business matters, aids you
in love, brines about happy marriage and success
In life. He reveals to you jus'- what you wan: to
know. Others . may have failed you; Professor
Carneile never does, but has always given the
most complete satisfaction. All business strictly
confidential. Letters with stamp answered.
Hours, 9 to 9 daily and Sunday. Parlors, 220
ISBMELVINA, CLAIRVOYANT; PICTURE
of future husband or wife. 766Vs Howard st.
KAcANDtI 50c AND $l"
t)U PROF. C. LEON, 1007 Market St., ur. Sixth.
Marvelous power; valuable advice on all affair*;
letters with stamp answered: hours 9 t . 8.
\\ ME. ARNDT, BEST FORTUNE TELLER IN
AX the world: 50c and $1, shows you the nlctureof
your future husband or wife. 4 Twelfth. cor.Markec
MME MOREAU, BEST MEDIUM: REVEALS
lX past, present and future; 25c up. 764 Howard.
ME. LEGETTE: PRESENT, PAST AND FU-
ture, 25c. 311 Tehama, upstairs, near Fourth.
V» ME. R A VENA READS LIFE FLUENTLY;
i'A tips on races; names given; 26c up. 6 Fourth.
VPSY LltE-READER; LADIES, 25c;
gents, 50c ; readings dally except Sun. 6 7th.
ME. PORTER, CARD- READER; TELL 3
I'l past, present, future: ladies 60c, gents $1;
palmistry, clairvoyant, sittings $1 60. 126 Turk st.
ME. STEWART; GREATEST CARD READ-
er and clairvoyant In world; seventh daughter:
read cards since 11 years of age; mining, lawsuits
marriage; ladies or gents 50c. 917 Market, 3 and 4.
M*;. LENEMAR — FORTUNES TOLD BY
planets: predicted in '74 passengers of over-
due steamer on Island. 11 Taylor st.. cor. Market,
ME. SYBILLE TELLS FROM CRADLE TO
the grave; fee 25 cents. 914 O'Farrell at.
ETURNEI), WORLD-RENOWNED MMX.
SCHMIDT, from the principal cities; tells past,
present and future; prices moderate. 856 Mission.
RS. B. BAUMAN. THE RENOWNED ME-
dlum and card-reader. 132 Turk st.
ME. DR. THOMAS. SCIENTIFIC REVEAL-
er by eg«r< and cards; tells entire life, past,
present, future; consultations on all affairs; noth-
ing excepted,- names given: good advice; sure
help: restores lost love by sympathy; mistake Im-
possible: fee $1: letter $2. 9'-i9 Post St.. nr. Larkin.
DDIE SWAIN" RETURNED; WILL BEX
patrons to-day, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. 1056 Market.
MRS. J. J. WHITNEY. CLAIRVOYANT"
tranc* medium : sittings $1. -JlB Stockton st.
X individual instruction. MISS H. HARPER.
room 10, fourth floor. Mills building.
BOOKKKEPI.\G-SCHOOL— PE N Man SHII P,
arithmetic taught in 6 weeks. 5 Stockton, rm. 2.
DE FORESr— STAGE, ELOCUTION, VOlCE-
building. 14 McAllister, r. 44: 10:30 to 4:30.
GUITAR MANDOLIN. PIANO AND VOCAL
Ur lessons: $3 ma MARY WESTHaUS, 39 Fifth.
PANISH, FRENCH ACADEMY. CASTILIAX
and Parisian, 3 lessons w. ; $3 m. Maze b1d.,r.87.
(JPaXISH, FRENCH, HERMAN; MODERATE"
OMeisterschaft School Languages, 122 O'Farrell si
•\7-OICE-BUILDING, PANTOMIME AND ACT-
V ing. LEO COOPER, 814 Geary st.
1) RO FE SSOR G. MANSFIELD, TEACHER OF
X violin, guitar, mandoline, banjo. .'707 Market.
Y RES'. THE LEADING SHORTHAND COL-
lege, 325 Montgomery st.; Individual Instruc-
tion in shorthand, typing, bookkeeping, etc; Ufa
scholarship $50; low rates per week and month.
" OOKK PNG, WRITNO. ARITHMTC, GRAMR.
' day & night; no classes; $5 month. 825 Mission.
ISoOKKEEPING~TAUG HT ;PR A A V,
X> better than In any college on earth; 6 wks: no
one teaches my rapid calculations. TA8R.669 Mkt»
jyELASCO'S LYCEUM SCHOOL OF ACTING—
I-> Private theatricals arranged; pupils rehearsed
on stage. R. 6 and 12, 1.0.0. F. block. 7th and Mkt.
QCHOOL ELECTRICAL* CIVIL, MINING, MB-
k!> chanical engineering, surveying, architecture,
assay; es'.ab. '64. VAN DER NAILLKN. 72S Mitt.
HKAI.D'S BUSINESS COI.LF.GE' '~2~4~POSTST."
Bookkeeping, business practice, shorthand,
typing, electrical engineer.' ng, telegraphy, modem
languages rapidly taught. Write for catalogue.
jV ll>ill > SCHOOL ALL* SBLS.CVjLLKIiE;i4
X' Post: commercial, shorthand. English; low raei
'IOLIN. MANDOLIN, CELLO, 3ANJO- REA-
V fonah'-. PROK. FRANCIS. 104SV 9 Valencia.
ATTORNEYS- AT-lAW. ~
aity; private: no charge unless successful: all
law suits, claims, collections, wills, deeds, etc., at-
tended to. O. W. HOWE, att'y-at-law. 850* Market.
MJ. NOLEN, ATTORNEY-AT-LaW. 719
. Market St.; aavlce free.
; E. PHILLIP.-?, U. S. AND MATE COURTS'
. damage suits; law of probate and divorce;
charges moderate. Offices, 508 California st.
rp J. MURRAY. ATT'Y AND COUNSELOR AT
X . law; advice free. 24 Sixth su. rooms 14, 15.
W W. DAVIDSON, ATTORNEY-A MAW, 420
tt . California st.. rooms 14 and 15: advice free.
PARK CYCLER Y— NEW WHEELS TO I>ET;
best accommodations. Terminus Geary, Mo-
Alliater and Powell st. car lines.