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SAN FRANCISCO "CALU"
BUSINESS OFFICE of the San Francisco Cali^
710 Market street, open until 12 o clock eTerj
night in the year.
BRANCH OFFICES— 63O Montgomery street
corner Clay; open until 9:30 o'clock.
339 Hayes street, open until 9:30 o'clock.
713 Larkin street, open until 9:30 o'clock.
SW. corner Sixteenth and Mission streets, ope*
nntil 9 o'clock.
2618 Mission street, open until 9 o'clock.
116 Ninth street, open until 9:30 o'clock.
CHURCH NOTICES.
■^^^~FTKsr~cmfm?H~ljF^c^ißisT7^cT&N^
•S2S' list— Services at 11 a. m. in Beethoven Hall,
336 Post St.. cor. Powell. Christ Science Bible
Lessons. International Series, JSubject: "Prayer
and Humility." "Science and Health" study;
Thursday, at 7:45 p. m.. In Golden West Hail,
320 Post street. All are welcome.
Bf:~p TRINITY CHURCH. CoR. BUSH AND
w-^ Gough sts.— Rev. Georee Edward Walk,
rector. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Morning
prayer and 'sermon at 11 o'clock. Evening
prayer and (sermon at 7:45. Holy com-
munion on the first and third Sundays of the
month, and on holy days at 11 a. m. All wel-
come. The Easter music will be repeated to-day.
CALVARY I'RKSBYTERIANCHURCH,
Or-*' corner of Powell and «;eary sts.— Rev.
John Hemphiil. D.D., will preach at 11 a. m. and
7:46 r. m. Topic, evening: "The Victorious Rider
of the Mystic steed of Revelation." Morning mu-
sic: Deum in F(Kotzschuiar), offertory, "Rock
of Ages" solo and quartet by Dudley Buck. Even-
ing music: "Benedic Anlma" in li flat (Holde;i) :
offertory, -'Jesus, the Very Thought of Thee"
(Gounod-Schnlcker). AH are made welcome.
mCSB" CHURCH OF THE ADVENT. EPIBCO-
W^ pa j t Eleventh St., near Market.— Rev. J. A.
.Emery rector. Rev. H. B. Monjes assistant. Holy
communion 7 a. m., morning prayers, sermon 11
M. m.: evening choral 7:45 p.m. The Rev. John
Gray will preach both morning and evening. The
public welcome.
Wt~&= SECOND UNITARIAN CHURCH. COR-
KS^ ncr of Twentieth and Capi> sts.— A. -J.
Wells, pastor. Services at 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m.
Morning sermon will be preached by Key. W. G.
FJIot of the First Church. In. the evening Mr.
■Wells will begin a series of lectures on --Liberal
Leaders in the Modern Church." The series will
Include Robertson. KinKsley and Brooks of the
Episcopal church and Bushnell of the Congrega-
tional. The lecture to-night will be, -'Robertson of
Brighton." Pastor's class at 7 P. m. Sunday-
school at 9:45 a. m. All seats free. Pastor's resi-
dence, 20 Liberty St.
»^S= FIRST BAPTIST CHIRCH, EDDY ST..
»2£' near Jones— Key. M. P. Boynton, pas-
tor. Services Sunday. May 10, 1896. Preaching by
the pastor at 11 a. m. : subject. '-The Parting of the
Ways." and at 7:30 p. m., topic. -'The stone of Ser-
vice." Baptism at the evening service, Sunday-
nchool at 12:30 p. m. Y. P. 8. of C. E. at 6:80 p. m.
Prayer-meeting Wednesday evening at 7 :45o'clock.
Christian-culture class each Friday evening at 8
o'clock. All these services are open to the public.
Strangers are welcome.
KS" THIRD CONGKEGATIONALCHURCH,
tE<S r Fifteenth St.. near Mission— Rev. William
Kader. pastor. Services at 11 a.m. Subject, '-The
Peace of God." Services at 7:45 p.m.; subject.
••The Redemption of the City." first in the series
on^tbe rdiirioiis life of San Franc. Music by
chorus choir under direction of William C. stadt-
feid: "Christian, the Morn" (Shelley), "Crossing
the Bar" (Mary "Saviour, Source of £ very Bless-
ing" (Nevlns), "Praise the Lord" <DauK3) "O
come, Let Us Worship" (Hlmniel). "The Day Is
Past and Over" (Kels). All are cordlallr invited.
IJig 3 FIRST UNITARIAN CHURCH, COR-
i*-^ ncr Geary and Franklin sts.— Rev. Horatio
Stebbins, D.D., minister: William G. Eliot Jr.,
associate, at the church Mondays from 10 to 12.
Sunday-gcbool at 9:45 a.m. Services at 11 a.m.
and 7:30 p. m. Bible-class at 9:46 a. m., led by
Rev. Samuel slocombe. -'Forward Movement"
sermons, morning and evening. Morning, Rev.
It. R. Dodson of Ahnneiii, subject, "Unitarian
Church and Modern Thought"; evening, Key. W.
G. Eliot Jr. All are cordially invited.
»-3g» MORMONS AT 909 MARKET ST. SER-
«~*' vices to-(! ay at a and 7 :45 p.m. At the even-
ing service Elder Henry S. Tanner will discourse,
upon ••The Rise and Progress of Mormonism." He
will show how the church arose in fulfillment of
ancient prophecies and the secret of its present
success. All are welcome. No collections
BP5p FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH,
BF-C Twelfth St.. near Howard— Preaching at 11
a. m. by Rev. Edwards Davis, pastor of Central
Christian Church, Oakland. Lecture at 7:4.-) p. M.
by Rev. Mr. Pratt, a reformed drunkard and gamb-
ler, subject, "From Gutter to Pulpit." Sunday-
school at 9:30 a. m. Annual business meeting
Tuesday, May 12, at 7:45 p. m.
!■£—*=* MEMBERS AND FRIENDS OF THE
m^& First Congregational Church will meet in
the parlors 01 Golden Gate Hall, 625 .Sutter st., on
Wednesday evening. May 18. at 7:30 p. M., for
prayer and social services. Christian Endeavor
services this Sunday evening at 6:30 P. M., at the
residence of P. W. Folger, 1916 Franklin sU
B^S* ASSOCIATION HALL, COR. MASON
I>-^ and Ellis sts —This Sunday afternoon at i!
o'clock Rev. Alexander Patterson, a noted evan-
gelist from Chicago, will address young men only,
at the Young Men's Christian Association Hah,
subject, ••Getting a Start in Life." All young men
are welcome. ■
R— =» T"HEOSOPHICAL SOCIETY — FREE
f**& public lectuie every Sunday evening at. 320
Post st», 7:4s o'clock. To-night, "Life and Death,"
oy Dr. W. W. Gamble.
SUNDAY MEETINGS.
iPii= d^Pro^bTnXl^ct^res^to^nigiit I
&*& on "The Drunkard's Fate Here and After '
Death" Convincing tests; the sick healed : medi-
ums developed; written questions answered. At
the close of the meeting Dr. Kobbins will organize
a spiritual temperance society. Washington Hall,
351/2 Eddr st., 8 p.m.: magnetized paper circle
tickets and admission free.
"XrZS* THE SOCIETY OF PROGRESSIVE
= -=' Spiritualists will meet In Golden Gate Hall,
on Sutler St., between Mason and Taylor, on Sun-
day. May 10, at By. m. s-peaker. J. Clegg Wright,
subject: "spirit, soul and Body: Their Relation-
ship to Each Other." Music by the Misses Lillian
ana Emily Coleman. Admission free.
{*— y= LIBERALS AND TRUTHSEEKERS— i
X£^& Dr. J. L. York, the noted liberal orator,
speaks at Scottish Hall, 105 Larkin St., this even-
ing at 8 sharp on "Heretics and Heresy." Good
music arid sons; Red-hot lecture. P. s.^-jJo more
cold draughts in the hall. Admission free.
wpag> JOHN SLATER, THE INIMITABLE
I»J? and only platform test medium— Grand test
seance, with full names of spirit and living friends,
to-night at 8 sharp. Metropolitan Temple, Fifth
St.. below Market. Investigators in spirit and oc-
cult pnenomena welcome. Admission 10c.
J£~S' AT 997 MARKET ST..FIRST PRCGRES-
CfjS' sive Spiritual Church— ll a. M.,test develop-
ing circle: 2 p. M.. tests, Mrs. Dunham, Warren,
Ewer, Mr. Hai.sen: 8 p. m., Mr. Smith, Mrs.
Aitken, Meyer, Warren.
«-«= AT DR. RINSES' I: IT UAL MEET-
*— * ing, 909 Market st., 2 and Bp. m., circle and
platform tests; Mrues. Dunham. Laad, Flnlcann,
Whren. Fix, C. .1. Meyer. J. K. Little, R. A. Stitts.
Dr. Rln-eg' office, 131/2 sixth st.
jst^S» HEXKY CRINDLE AND FRANK
"— ' Harte, materializing, physical and psycho-
logical tests In the light. Sunday eve; 15c. Hall
909 Market st. : 8 o'clock.
JT^gr' MME. MONTAGUE WILL LECTURE
»-« p before the Psychical Society of Oakland at
Fraternal Hall. Washington si., at 8 o'clock, sub-
ject: "Woman suffrage."
BKS=> GOOD CITIZENSHIP meeting, MET-
t»—^ ropolitan Temple, Sunday, May 10, at 3
p. M. Address by an 11 Known friend; subject,
"Good for All."
E3F JOHN SLATER at LADIES' aid
»«— * meeting, 110 Hayes St., 2:30 p. m. : other
good mediums; Professor Young's orchestra. Ad-
mission 10c.
sr^* <•- V. MILLER, ETHEREALIZING, MA-
l*-*^ terializlng seance tonight at 8. 635 Post;
60<-.
es> mrhTlTmTanTspi ritual harmony
m^*r circle. 11 to 4. 20 Eddy st.: free platform.
p^~f> MRS. SKELEY, SPIRITUALIST TEST
i»—^ meeting. 1133 Mission su
ff-jk* Ml'.s. FULTON, MATERIALIZING
"— " Beance to night; 60c; sittings dally. 31 Fell.
E~S=* Mils. COLBY'S LAST SEANCE TO-
w—^ night before summer vacation at 122% Oak.
CKSp MRS. SHBINKR, ;ST CIRCLE TO-
&—^ night; 10c: sittings dally. 311 Van Ness aye.
•T^P TEST CIRCLE TO-NIGHT, 10c. MME.
tg-^ YOUNG, 605 McAllister: lady's orchestra.
. NOTICE OF MEETINGS.
JfT3?> NOTICE TO court America, •jl^
Et-C F. of A., No. 3— Officers and mem.
hers will please meet at Pot rero Opera- jl\
house at 12 O'clock MONDAY, to attend — -\ •
the funeral of J. KNOBLOCH. • .
ft^3^~~A. O. H. B. OF" E.— THE 36TH_^s?_
&-C- annual State convention of theAn-T^Ttf
cientOrderof Hibernians Bourn of Erin will It .w
be held at Irish-American Hall, MO.NDA Y,j*t>t /? a
May 18, at 12 m. sharp. All accredited'
State, county and division officers are entuit a to
aeats In the convention. A full attendance in re-
quested as 'new instructions have been received
from the Board of Erin All members of the order
are Invited to attend. By order of :,■*■■-■ ■',■■
(HAS. WHELAN, State Delegate.
JOHN, NAGLE, State Sec
P. F. DUG AN. State Treas.
tt3— A. O. H., B. OF E.— A SPECIAL _-^g»>
Ck— ? meeting of the county board, by VOWS*
order of H. D., will he held at ■ Irish-AmerJ- ; «W«.
can HhII on .MONDAY, May 11, at 8 P. M.,r£V*l«
to perfect arrangements for the State con-* J^Bf ■
IHi 1 -!*??!— . D. WARD, C. D.
ttrg» TO THE OFFICERS AND MEMBERS
B=6^ of Fearless Legion No. 2. S. K. of A.—
are respectfully requested to attend the funeral of
our late comrade, L. IN DIG, TO-DAY (SUNDAY)
at 9 a.m. You will tilease meet st 'iriumph Le-
»ion Hall, corner of Twenty-fourth and Folsom sts.
C. E. OSOOOD,' Commander.
L. Johksok. Recorder.
R— SUNSET PARK.SANTA- • >»_ ~
«»— *^ CRUZ Mountains— Come __2ci</v>
with the Sons of St. George offt?sx7K"v
San Francisco and Alameda toc2Lr*V. I^^
their ninth annual picnic, to be :_>Sr^KS_^\
held at the abovedellgtuf ul resort ff\V^r\
on the SOth of Mar. All kinds of .M^~" Vl
games. Fine music. - Dancing " "ai'2ie3 ; -5_
A lan4e number 01 prizes. Trains '•S3—^S-itC??'
cff^en'Wr^ 7:15 * nd B:^Tc-ke:s / *1;
t£S= THE ANNUAL GATHERING v C?"~
I*-*^ and games of the Caledonian club 3V ri.vJ
SATURDAY.May 30, at shell Mo. md ,?&S£i@
Park. D. H. McNEILL, Chief. •^SSMT
. Jam wj H. Duncan, Secretars 1 ; -■ , ,vT »
MEETING NOTlCES— Continued.
j^^S"aNCIENT ORDER' forest-'^l^*
_C^ ers— Delegates and friends en route 1 '
to the seventh annual session of the Subsl- jfrK
diary High Court, Pacific Coast Jnrisdlc- ft .>
tion, to be held in Ukiah May 12, will leave
MONDAY MORNING. May 11. at 7:30 o'clock
from Tiburou ferry. Certificates for reduced fare
may be secured at 102 O'Farrell st. EB| p , 8 ,
J. FALCONEB, P. 8.
|t^s=» ST. ANDREW'S SOCIETY"— V?
_it/ An open meeting of the above so- 3k. &J/J
ciety will be 4 held, prior to annual picnic "*vX«ir*
and games, at Scottish Hall. 11l Larkin *•»*"•
St., MONDAY EVENING, May 11. Members and
friends are cordially invited to attend.
ANDREW WILKJE. President.
W. C. Cook, Secretary.
■ElS= "FOR AULD LANG SYNE."— . CTv.
»— ' rhirty-third grand annual excur- 3J, \MU/J
Bion, picnic and tames of St. Andrew's 'ifo^tSje
Society at El Campo SATURDAY, May "-i^
16,1896. Round-trip tickets: Adults, 60c; chil-
dren. 25c. Boats leave Tiburon ferry at 9 _ M.
and 1 -.30 P. m. ANDRE W ILK lE, President.
William C. Cook, Secretary.
3535= ANNUAL MEETING.— THE REGULAR
UrZ& annual meeting of siocknolders of the
HUTCHINSON SUGAR PLANTATION COM-
PANY will beheld at the office of the company,
327 Market St., San Francisco, Cal., on TUESDAY,
the 12th day of 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 oilier business as may come before the meet-
ing. Transfer-books will close on Friday. May 1,
at 3 P. M. E. 11. SHELDON, Secretary.
If—?" ANNUAL MEETING— THE REGULAR
*-*' annual ineetlngof the stockholders of the
Christy Mining Company will be held at the office
of the company, 310 Pine sU, room 28, San Fran-
cisco, CaL, on MONDAY, the 18th day or May,
1896, at the hour of 1 o'clock p.m.. for the par-
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 3 'cock p. M. GEO. R. SPINNEY, Sec.
Office— 3lo Pine »U. room 28. San Francisco, Cal.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
O_3— BAD TENANTS EJECTED FOR $4:
iSZG' collection* made, city or country. Pacific
Collection Co.. 416 ?iontgy nt..*room 6. To. 5550.
SITUATIONS WASTED-FEMALE.
"VTOUNG WOMAN WISHES CHAMBERWORK
X or housecleaning afternoons, Saturdays, or few
hours daily. Address 543 Stevenson st., rear.
A N EXPERIENCED WOMAN WOULD LIKE
-f v more work by the day: washing and house-
cleaning. Apply 2952 Mission St.. near Twenty-
sixth.
SITUATION BY A COMPETENT WOMAN AS
0 seamstress, upstairs work or care of child or
children. Address 907 Dolores st.
V OUNG WOMAN, GRADUATE OF NORMAL
X school, desires position as governess. Address
P. P.. box 18. Call Office.
V 5 IDDLE-AGED WOMAN WANTS SITU A-
ilL tion as cook In small American family: wages
reasonable. Address Saratoga House, 118 Sixth
St., room 6.
1) ELI ABLE WOMAN WANTS A POSITION
XV to do chamber or second work or light house-
work. Call 01- address 663 Stevenson st.
p OVERNE^S TO YOUNG CHILDREN SEEKS
VJT re-engagement: German, English, music, sew-
ing If required; excellent testimonials. Please call
2312 Howard St.. City.
1 DRESSMAKER WISHES ENGAGEMENTS
U by the day: latest styles; perfect fit; terms $2
per day. call or address 124 Fulton St.. middle flat.
GOOD DRESSMAKER WOULD GO OUT BY
the day; reasonable. 108 Eighth st.
woman wants work BY Till: day.
" Please call at 565 Stevenson st.
T> ELI ABLE WOMAN WANTS GENTLE-
XV men's washing to take home. 732 Natoma St.,
near Ninth. (
COMPETENT WOMAN WANTS SITUATION
\J to do general housework; is good plain cook
and laundress: city or short distance in the coun-
try; wages *10. Call or address 1018 Powell si.,
in bakery.
SWEDISH GIRL WISHES TO DO GENERAL
housework; good cook; city or country. Ad-
dress T. 8., box t>9, this office.
OSITION AS COMPANION TO AN EL-
deriy or invalid lady, or will take charge of chil-
dren ; no objection to travel. Call or address MISS
HICKEY, 1033 Post st.
T.MKST-CLASS COOKS, $25 TO $40: SECOND
X girls and waitresses, $16 to $25; competent
nurses, $15 to $20: general housework girls, $15
to $25, registered for situations. MISS HICKE *',
1033 Post su
IrtlliST-CLASS~riTTEK, STYLISH DRAPER
X and designer: thorough dressmaker: by the
day. MISS WARWICK, 111 Grove su
ELIABLE WOMAN WANTS A SITUATION
XV to do light housework : is a good cook and is
kind to children. Please call, Monday, at 397
Hayes St.
GENERAL HOUSEWORK; GOOD COOK;
reference. 328 Hayes st.
STEADY RELIABLE WOMAN WISHES A
situation to do housework; city or country; $8
a mouth. Call or address 848 Folsom su, bet.
Fourth and Fifth.
WOMAN WISHES WORK BY THE DAY
if washing, ironing and housecleanlnij. Call 6
Lafayette, bet. Eleventh and Twelfth, off Mission.
/~^E KUAN WOMAN WANTS WORK BY THE
\J day. or work in a nice private family at light
housework or chamberwork. Apply at 26 Rltch
St., rear.
ITUATION WANTED BY A COMPETENT
Protestant girl in private family; is good cook;
can give references. *JO7 Leavenworth st.
"LMRST-CLASS DRESSMAKER WISHES TO
X go out by the day. Apply 21 Van Ness aye.,
room 1.
WOMAN WILL DO PLAIN WASHING AT
»» her own home; can wash flannels. Call 414»/2
Fell St.. near Ociavia. ~
T-) RESSMAKER AND SEAMSTRESS: GOOD
XT fitter and draper; sews 60 cents a day. M. C.
box 92, Call office.
EASTERN LADY WANTS POSITION AS
working housekeeper in widower's family or
will do any kind of work. 821 Mission st., top
floor, room 4.
pOMPETENT WOMAN WANTS WASHING,
\J irouing or house-cleaning by the day. Address
MRS. P., 8 64^ Mission st., room 6.
\f IDDLE-AGED LADY WISHES A POSITION
i-'X as housekeeper in a widower's home; with
children preferred; city or short distance in the
country, Call or address 240 Shotwell st.
\I IDDLE-AGED WOMAN WANTSGENERAL
iTX housework in private . family. Apply at 666
Twentieth st., Oakland; good reference.
TTOUSEKEEPER OR COMPANION -RE-
II fined, educated lady desires position in pri-
vate family. S. L., box 8, Call Office, Oakland.
yOUNG GIRL WISHES SITUATION to do
X housework on ranch; no washing: wages not
as much an object as good home. Address G.,
2618 Mission st. . ,
SITUATION WANTKD TO DO GENERAL
> housework In small family by middle-aged
woman; is a good cook; good reference ; city or
country. Address C. 0. , box 98, Call Office.
yOU NG LADY ATTENDING SCHOOL
X would like position either as companion or to
assist for room and board. Please address M. L.,
box 102, Ca» Office. !_/-
Gl RLR L ABOUT 16 WISHES A SITUATION AS
waitress in a small restaurant or In a private
boarding-house. Call at 1723 Market st,
IDOW OF 34, WITH 6 YEARS' EXPERT
ence, desires position as manager of first-class
hotel or rooming-house: Is also first-class pastry
cook: can give best of references. Address B. 8.,
box 1, Call Office.
ITUATION WANTED BY A RESPECTABLE
American young woman as mirseglrl: 2 years'
references from last place: carfare to be paid
whether engaged or not. Address MISS C. MOSS.
box 40, Call Office.
4 MERICAN WORKING HOUSEKEEPER
J:\. wants situation. Call or address 9 Mastick
terrace, Alameda. '..-•;
ArOUNG FRENCH GIRL WANTS SITUATION
X as lady's maid; good reference. Address 822 a
Broadway. ■
"V"EAT, WILLING AND OBLIGING WOMAN
JL> wants work in country hotel as chambermaid,
or would keep house for widow and family. Ad-
dress M. C, 20'J Second st. . . .
IDDLE-AGED GERMAN WOMAN WANTS
place to do housework, or as housekeeper: $10
to $12 per month; city or country. Call or ad-
dress 504 Howard st.
YOUNG LADY. RECENTLY FROM EUROPE,
X wishes situation to teach children: thorough
French, German. English and music; or lady's
companion; used to traveling; best or references.
Address box 507, Santa Cruz.
•yOUNG WOMAN WANTS SITUATION FOR
X' housework or second work; wages $15. Call at
830 Harrison st.
. I ADY WANTS A POSITION AS HOUSE-
i-i keeper; city preferred. Apply or address
1 -Jin 2 Geary 1., room 15. ■
ERMAN GIRL WANTS SECOND WORK
« or cooking and light housework can give
references. 205 Chestnut st.
V'IRMT-CLASSS COOK WANTS SITUATION IN
X private family; best city reference. Call 6 Ew-
ing place, off Laguna st., bet. Post and Sutter.
W ANTED— BY A FIRST-CLASS COOK, SIT-
*» nation in a summer resort, small country ho-
tel or a private family, Call or address F. R., 813
Bush si. .
ATHOLIC YOUNG LADY AS COMPANION
> in a respectable family or second girl: city or
country. Address C. E., Berkeley.
YOUNG REFINED CREOLE WIDOW D&
X sires a position as housekeeper. Address B. *•»
box 107. Call Office. •
VIT INC. HESTER HOUSE. 44 THIRD ST., NR.
»T Market: 200 rooms: 25c to $1 50 per night-
sl 50 to $6 per week: convenient and respectable :
free bus and baggage to and from the ferry. -
_ SITUATIONS WANTED-aiALE.
pniNEsif~AND JAP A nlTsE~'rE L'IABLB
I/help; tel. Main 1997. BRADLEY&CO.. 640 lay.
' CO. COOK'S MIC. SUPPLIES COOKS: ALL
... brunches :shon notice. i 4 tieary. : tel. Grant 43.
J' W. JIM, CHINKSE-J APANESE EMPLOY-
tI . ment office. 637 Commercial. TeL Black 1261.
JAPANESE AND CHINESE EMPLOYMENT
office; nest help. 3148 Sutler: teL Grant 30. •
7 "> 1 n es e AND JAPANESE EMPLOYMENT
\J office; best help. 414% lyKurrell; teL E. 428.
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, SUNDAY, MAY 10, 1896.
SITUATIONS WANTED-Contluued.
HU^NTt£R~aTcb., CHINESE ANdTaPANESE
employment office, 17 Webb si., below Kear-
ny. bet . California and Sacramento, tel. 231.
X LONG -EXPERIENCED FURNITURE
aud carpet salesman; good buyer; best of
references. Addresi B. L., box 106, Call.
VpEW YORK YOUNG MAN WOULD LIKE
JA to represent some Western concern In Sew
York. Address S. M. X, box 34, Call Office.
pAKPENTER WANTS WOKK: CAN ALSO
v,' drive donkey-engine; wages moderate. H. L.,
box 47, Call Office.
l\. r ANTED— BY MAN AND WIFE, GKRMAN-
'» American, without children, place on ranch;
man capable taking charge of entire, ranch: wife a
good aud saving cook, housekeeper and butter-
mttker. Address F. M., rm. 1, vOOO McAllister st.
'OUNG SCOTCHMAN DEsTrES POSITION
In retail or wholesale warehouse In city or
country; wages no object ; accustomed to all kinds
of hardware productions: not afraid of work.
CAMPBELL, 13i<6 Bush St. .
ANTED-POSITION AS SALESMAN FOR
city trade wltn good bouse; salary or commis-
sion; references. Address C. C, box 9, Call Office
d~CUBTOM~CLOTH ING C A N V ASBEKS — A
custom cutter, especially good on that kind of
work, would like to cu> by the piece at reasonaDle
prices. J. H. HAWKS, *6 Mout/omery st.
V GENTLEMAN Wl'l H LARGE CIRCLE OF
friends, a good salesman : best of reference.
Address Gent, box 105. Call Oftice.
Si 1 1 at Ton want.-.d by a German
couple to take care of private place; wife Kood
housekeeper, man understands any kind of work;
city or vicinity. J. I\, 3019 Pine su. city.
RIVER (AGE 30) WISHES POSITION TO
drive for summer resort or bus driver and
generally useful; good references. ERNEST, box
78, Oall Office.
ITUATION WANTED AROUND A PLACE;
middle-aged man to make himself senerally
useful; understands care of horses, good milker
and flower-gardener: best reference. A. L., box
72, this office.
T~IBERAL PAYMENT TO PARTY SjsCURING"
XJ me employment. Address M. E. , box 16, this
otfloe.
"uriLLING TO DO ANY KIND OF WORK:
»" city or country: small wages; house repairing
and cooking. 633 Broadway, rear house.
IMRST-CLASB TILK MANTEL AND GRATE
setter wants work, city or country. Address
Tile, box 31, CalL
TRONIi BOY* OF 18. RESIDING WITH PA-
rents. wishes a situation in a butcner-shop; has
had some experience. 17 Beaver at.
J^IRST- CLASS > UTTEK AND TAILOH
wants a. situation-, city or country. Call or ad-
dress C. 8., box 26, call Office.
SITUATION WANTED BY CLERK. YOUNG
man Ti; talks and writes EnKllsh. French,
German; l«st city references; bookkeeping and
correspondence. Address W. 8., box 101, Call.
ITUATION WANTED BY' Y~OUNG -MAN. 'JO,
to run elevator or light work of any kind;
writes a fair hand; references. C. E., box 112.
Call Office.
THIRST-CLASS COOK WOULD LIKE SITU A
X tion In private family or small hotel. 658
Folsom st.
L"<IRST-CLASB STEADY BAKBER WISHES
-T position iv country or .summer resort. Address
JOS. GU YE, 869 Webster St., Oakland, Cal
/GARDENER WISHES PLACE WITH PRI-
* J vate family; mitidle-aged; single. Address J.
O. C, box 163, Call Office.
/COMPETENT, P.TKADY GERMAN WANTS
v^ situation as coachman: good driver: al>o good
gardener; can milk; generally useful; city or
country; references. Address Coach, box 144, Call.
AN AND WIFE, NEW ENGLAND PEOPLE^
private place; man unuerstandg care horses,
cattle and grounds, general work; wife excellent
rook and housekeeper: reference. Address M. W.,
box 164, Call Office.
"V"OU NO MAN AS STABLEMAN WITH PRI-
1 vaie family or livery stable; city or couurrv ;
understands care of fine horses, carriages and har-
ness: reference. Call or address T. HURLEY,
1338 Folsom si.
GARDEN~EH^ PRACTICAL, SCOTCH. SlN-
gle, wants situation: private or commercial
place.; thoroughly understands gardening In ull its
branches. Address Gardener, 1044 Folsom st.
ORCHARD SUPERINTENDENT OPEN E< >R
engagement: 15 years' Callfornlan experience:
orchard, viues, stock and genera' fanning; Al
references. Address Ranch, Sl2l/4 Fulton st.
ECHANICAL ENGINEER, \V ITH lib
years' experlpnce, wants position, city or
country: can give best of refereuce. W. W. FEL-
TER, 666 Howard St., San Francisco, Cal.
\* ' IUNG MAKRJEIPs'WEbItSH MAN, WITH
X good team, would like work of any kiDd: will-
ing and good worker: wife good cook: city or
country. Address G. C, 269 Second st., Oakland.
QCOTCHMAN WANTS POSITION AS~K( ii; K-
i' man on ranch or to take charge of stock: Al
man; references. Address S., box 6, Call Olllce,
Oakland.
/1 ER.MAN, EXPERIENCED GROCERY'
VJ clerk wishes situation, city or country, or
general merchamlise. Address F. X., box 31, t all.
B~~Y A DANE; KNOWS THE CARE OF
horses and garden; has references. Address
L. L., box 18, Call Office.
" ANTKD-A SITUATION BY A CHINABOV
as cook in a family; speaks English: can (rive
good references. Address 8., box 18, Call office.
iy ANTED— POSITION IN A DRY GOODS OK
»» clock store by a man 39 years of age: under-
stands perfectly the decoration of show-windows,
and has had many years' experience as such in
Europe: speaks German, Swedish and Danish to
perfection. Address C. EVERS, box 85, Golden
Gate, Alameda County, Cai.
E~ N'iiLISHMAN, SO, AS GARDENER OK
coachman; capable of running steam or gas
engines: also dynamo and pumping; handy at »li
kinds of repairing; best of" references from Inte
employers. Address Gardener, Oakland Office of
The Call.
\IT ANTED— POSITION IN DRY GOODS OR
* * cents' furnishing s:ore; am a hustler and have
had 5 years' experience. Address G. L. \V., box
102. Call Office.
A'OUNG MAN 21; STRONG: WIsHkH SITUA-
1 tion in a wholesale house of any description;
best references. Address S. R., Box 62, Call Office.
V O U XG MAN, 21, WISHES SITUATION IN
X a retail house; wouid drive a light wueon; good
references. Adilress C. G.. box 17, this office,
TTSEFUL YOCNQ GERMAN, GOOD OAR.
*J dener, etc., would like to get work about place
or some business where he could advance: state
reference or security if required. Address CM.,
box 82. this office.
DLCATED YOUNG MAN, SPEAKS ENG-
lish, German, French, Spanish, Russian and
Italian, wishes position as traveling companion or
valet. Address W. T., box 84, Call Office.
pARDENER AND FLORIST, FIRBT CLASS,
VJ 30, single, German, desires situation with pri-
vate family. Address CHARLES VORBEi X, 316
Fourth st.
Wf NC H EST ER HOUSE, 44~"THfRb, NEAR
»' Market— Electric lights In every room: 200
rooms; 26c to $1 60 per night; $1 60 to $6 per
week: fr*e bus and baggage to and from the ferry.
fOOD MACHINE" AND ALI. ABOUND
VJ blacksmith wants situation. Call or address
M. 8.. box 110, Call Office.
WINCHESTER HOUSE, 44 THIRD, NEAR
Market— Electric lights In every room- 200
rooms; 26c to $1 60 per night; $1 60 to $6 per
week : free bus and baggage 10 and from the ferry.
WA NTED-81TUATION AS CASHIER OR
assistant bookkeeper: the applicant Is moral
and strictly attentive to business; best of refer-
ences. Address X., 2310 stelner st.. S. F.
FKMALK HELP WANTKD.
picRMAN COOK FOR Ti[N^rA~BARBARA",
VJ $25; German second girl for Santa Barbara,
f2O; German woman for housework, Oakland,
$20; 2 German cooks, city, $26 and $20: Danish
girl for housework, Rio Vista, $15; girl for Tuo-
lumne, $16: girls for housework, city and country,
$15 and $20. C. R. HANSEN & CO., 110 Geary-
CIOOK, SMALL AMERICAN FAMILY, COUN-
1 try, $-.20, fare paid; neat second elrl, references,
$20: hotel and restaurant waitresses, *"^O, $17 50
and $15: cook, few boarders, $20; housekeeper
$12. MURRAY <fc READY. 634 Clay st. '
GIKL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK, 4 IN
family: good cook and laundress; wages $26.
Apply MISB HICKEY, 1033 Post st.
2GEKMAN""OR SWEDISH COOKS, $20 AND
$25: 2 (.erman or American cooks, $20: _
chamberwork and waiting. $12 and $15; young
girls to assist, $10 and $15. Apply 872 Hroad-
way, Oakland. J. P. JOHNSTON & CO.
VOCNG UIRL TO ASSIST IN HOUSEWORK.
X family o! 2; wages $8; also general housework
Kirl, for Jewish family, $25 to good cook Ml.ss
HICKEY. 1033 Pon st.
WANTED— NEAT WAITRESS FOB COUN-
try ho'el, $20 per month: good place. W D
EWER & CO., 626 Clay st.
nr AITRESS, r», COUNTRY HOTEL. HOTEL
" GAZETTE, 420 Kearuy st.
OMEN WANTED TO CANVASS FOR "OSCV
sobrlght." a cleaner aud polisher for painted
woodwork, furniture and metal; the entire city is
divided into districts and will be thoroughly can-
vassed ; come early and get a choice district; goo 1
pay for hustlers: salary and commission. DAN-
IEL FOLEY' it CO., 1804 Market SL, al the sign
Look Out for Paint.
pERMANOR SWEDISH GIRL TODOGEN-
VT eral housework; one who understands cook-
ing: «15 month; references. 1306 Hayes St., near
Devisadero.
ANTED-4 FIRST-CLASS COAT-FINISH-
ers and buttonhole-makers. HENRY UILP,
106 Battery st.
OoITmIILINER WANTED: ONE WHO UN-
derstands dressmaking; must be experienced.
Address C, box 19, Call Office.
X^OUNG BTRONG GIRL; COMPETENT FOR
X general housework; small family; $16. 219
Brodenck st.
A PPRENTICESFOR DRESSMAKING: MUST
A understand sewing. Apply 1618 Buchanan su
IP I RST - CLABS OPERATORS ON LADIES 1
jackets; good pay. MEYER BROS., 121 Pout.
If yoTTwXntto learn dressmaking,
cutting or fitting, go direct to the McDowell
Dressmaking Academy. 2)3 Powell su
\\ r OUNG LADY OF PLEASING a'pFearT
ance, between '-0 and 30, as companion
fora lady. Apply between IS and 10 p. v., 100111 1.
1 26 Fifth st.
"qTRONO GERMAN OR." SWEDISH rJIKL lUX
O housework : must be good cook ; wages $20; ref-
erences. Address K. R., box 7, Call Office.
HELP WANTED— Continued.
Y'OUNQOIRLTOTKND CHILD; $6; SLEEP
X home. Room 9. 404 Turk st. ■_
M 6 RSEGIRL; MUST SLEEP AT HOME: AP-
^ Ply early. VAN SLYKK. 309 Powell st.
\V¥- SPECIALLY. INVITE YOU ALL TO
" call; we have the most rapid method in exist-
ence for teaching dressmaking, cutting or fitting;
easy payments:" unlimited lessons; now is the time
to enter. The McDowell Dressmaking Academy,
213 Powell st.
ADY" FOR LIGHT HOUSEWORK: WAGES
no object; good home. 569 Bryant st.
ANTED _ PUPILS FOX MILLINERY
»» school ; course thorough: practical ; satisfaction
guaranteed: reasonable. 410 Lea yen worth st.
"I ADY STENOGRAPHERS HOLDING THE
XJ certificates of this agency are requested to call
on Monday morning, as we have such a position to
nil. U. s. Industrial agency, Room 167, Crocker
building
C" COMPETENT YOUNG GIRL; GENERAL
v> housework: rood cook and laundress; family
of 4; $-^5. 814 Hayes *v : reference.
\\' AN ED— A YOUNG GIRL THAT WILL
" give her services in exchange for good home
and clothes. 919 Page st.
WOMAN FOR HOUSEWORK: GOOD HOME;
'» small wages. 235 Cheuery St., off Mission,
near Thirty-first.
HIAILOKESS OX BOYS' CLOTHING: GOOD
X wages; steady work. A. GIRY, 307 Kearny.
\\r ANTED — FIRST-CLASS PANTS FIN-
'» Isoer. 724% Market St., room 27.
Saleswoman" Immediately: first-
0 class worker with tissue paper; bring samples.
713 Larkin st.
GERMAN GIRL TO TAKE CAKE OF CHILD*
ren and assist light housework. 617 De visa-
dero st., 9 to 12. • '"*'."«
"ANTED— GIRL TO ASSIST; $8. ;1 612 POST
St., 8 to 12 a. M.
GERMAN GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE-
r work. Apply 710 Halght st.
"l\r ANTED— GIRL IN SMALL LAUNDRY;
' 1 one who understands marking preferred. Ad-
dress C. C, box 17, this office. ■
SCANDINAVIAN GIRL FOR DINING-ROOM
kJ and chamberwork. 739 Fourth st.
MOST CONVENIENT AND RESPECTABLE;
OX Winchester House, 44 Third st., near Market;
200 rooms; 25c to $1 50 per right; $1 50 to $6
per week: free 'bus and baggage to and from ferry-
A STHMA CURE GUARANTEED; DR. OOR-
-tV din's Chocolate Emulsion. 221 Davis, ur. Clay.
HAIRDRES.-UNO. 26c AND 36c: MORNING
and eve classes: 10 lessons $1 60. 1248 Mission.
APPRENTICES TO LEAKN DRKSS CUT-
■»V ting and making. 14 McAllister, rms 67 and 68.
RESSMAKING, CUTTING AND FITTING
taught; new styles: perfect fitting patterns
5c u;i. MCDOWELL Academy. 213 Powell .st.
MALE HELP WANTED. ~
H~~EalT'la7jn'dß Y M A nT^6T~AND~FOC!CD:
|wa.»her, $40 and found, for country hotel;
pastry cook, first-class hotel, $65; waiter, country
notel, $30; dishwasher, country hotel, $25; butler,
with good references, private family. $26; bellboy
and asHist in office for springs, must write a good
hand, »15. C. R. ll A N .sen A CO., 110 Geary st.
"L^IRST-CLASS HOTEL ROOM-CLKRK, WITH
X California experience. C. R. HANSEN & CO.,
110 Geary st.
XA TIEMAKERS, FROM 8c TO 12c EACH,
O\J tools furnisned. see boss here: 5 farmers: 3
laborers; gardener, *20, private family; 2 milkers,
$20; second cook for sawmill, $20: 3 cooks, $40.
$50, $60; 3 dishwashers, $20; cook and wife, $30;
lunch counter cook, $8 week; farmer and wife,
$30, and other places from $15 to 380 a month
and found. MURRAY & READY', employment
agents, 634 Clay st.
\\' ANTED— DRIVER FOR MILK- WAGON,
" must have driven milk-wagon In city and fur-
nish references. *3() per month and found; German
tnird-hand baker for country shop, $25 and found:
farmers, laborers, milkers, cooks, waiters and dlsh-
washers. W. D. EWEK & CO., 626 Clay st. __
t\r ANTED— 4 HUSTLTNGriiNERGETIC AND
»" wideawake salesmen: must be pushers and
workers: references required. Address X., box 79,
Call Office. •
SOBER, HONEST. INDUSTRIOUS MAN CAN
have good home; $3 a month for chores and
car» of chickens. Address S. H.. box 69, Call.
HOUSE PAINTERS WANTED— FIVK HO USE
painters wanted at the new residence of W, >.
Tevia Esq., Stockdale, near Bakersfield: none but
-class hands need apply to GEORGE J.
SMITH, on the premises.
VI' ANTED— A YOU NO MAN OF GOOD EDU-
tt cation. 1170 Market st., room 27.
L, IK- l-i -Lass OPERATORS ON LADIES'
1 jackets ; good pay. MEYER BROS.
BLACK* MITH — MAN TO DO HORSESHOE-
in* and general biacksihithlng; about 2s years
of age; single. Apply 10 J. H. DUTCHER, Liv-
ermore, Cal.
H REE MEN FOR RESPONSIBLE PO>I-
X lions. Call before noon, 6th floor, room 6, Mills
building.
rpAILOR WANTED. 834 HOWARD ST.
APANESE BOY; DOCTORS'S OFFICE; REF-
erencea. 431 Geary st., between 4 and 5.
BOY TO GO ERRANDS AND MAKE HlM-
self useful about store. LOWENTHAL'S, 914
Market st.
/1 OOD SHORT-ORDER COOK. 38 SEVENTH
\T street.
\\r ANTED-GOOD CANVASSER FOR a new
> » enterprise. Call between 5 and 6p. m., 14 Me
Alllster si., room 38.
£» FIRST- CLASS CARPENTERS, OUATE-
U mala City; . $6 50 per day. F. H. QUALM AN.
116 Turk st.
Boy IN PLUMBING-SHOP. T. J. walcott,
580 Howard st., cor. Second.
ST EA M PORTLAND, 900 TONNAGE, FOR
Cooks Inlet. Alaska gold fields, sails about
the 16th of May; tine accommodations: fare $55;
freight $15: 500 pounds baggage free. Apply
FRED HOLMES, 606 Battery st. .
ON'T BE POOR THIS WINTER: $35 A
week can be made selling platers and plating
tableware, jewelry, etc.; we furnish outfits com-
plete with all materials and trade secrets; teach
agents; finest quality of work; wears 10 years:
testimonials and sample of work free. Address
GRAY „ CO.. Dept. 10, Columbus, Ohio.
ANTED— MiiN AND WOMEN TO VvOKK
» • at home; I pay $8 to 16 per week for making
crayon portraits; new patentea method: anyone
who con read or write can do the work at home In
spare time day or evening: send for particulars
and begin work at once. Address U. A. GRIPP,
German artist, Tyrone, Pa. .
ANTED— MEN TO SOLICIT: BIG INDUCE-
T1 1 ments. C. F. ADAMS CO., 156 Fifth at. ..
PARTNER WITH A FEW DOLLARS TO IN-
X crease paying business. Owner.box lS.CallOffice
\TEW WALDO HOUSE, 765 MISSION, BET.
XX 3d and 4th— Single furnished rooms, night 15c
to 50c: week, to $2 60; reading-room strictest at-
tention to morning calls ;clean;qulet> open ail night
ois ESTABLISHED 3-cuair BARBER
shop; cheap if sold this month on account of
other business. 1308 Howard st. ' :?. -; •'.
WINCH HOUSE, 44THIRDST..NEAR
Market; 200 rooms. 26 cents a night; reading-
room : free bus and baggage to and from the ferry.
pENTLKMAN WELL ACQUAINTED IN
VJ city can find profitable employment by ad-
dressing P., box 95, this office. _\
S. REMOVED 609 TO 643 CLAY ST.; HOT-
• tie wine or beer hot lunch 6 cents.
Ro6msTsc"to 76c PER NIGHT: 60c TO SI 60
Xt per week. Oriental, 226 Drumm st.
\\T A NTED-AT ROOM 317. 838 MONTGOM-
'» cry st,. clerks and laborers to call If they, do
not receive their just dues; no charge unless suc-
cessful; suits: Superior and Justice Courts. .>
YY' ANTED- MEN TO Lr.ARN BARBER
•* trade; only 8 weeks required; tools given and
catalogue sent. S. F. Barber School, 1516 Howard.
CLER AND LABORERS' CLAIMS B'GHT;
/ acts adjusted. RATTO'S, 612 My, tel. m. 353.
1 IjOUUQUINS CAL'A ASTHMATIC PAPER;
•■» Instant relief. For sale by all druggist* or On-
tral Pharmacy, SW. cor. Grant aye. and Sutler st.
CA LFL F SHOES MADE TO ORDER FOR $2 60-
/ balf-solelng 25c np. 969 Howard St., nr. Sixth.
\\T A TED— AN IDEA : WHO CAN THINK OF
'» some, simple thing to patent? Protect your
Ideas; they may bring you wealth. Write JOHN
WEDDERBURN. «fc <"0., Dept. L, Patent Attor-
neys, Washington, I). C, for tbelr $1600 prize offer
and list of 200 inventions wanted. • -
BEST IN CITY— SING • E ROOMS, 15, 20 AND
25 cents per night: $1. $1 26. $1 60 per week.
Pacific House, Commercial and Leidesdorn' sts. 1
\\T ANTED.TO COLLECT WAGES DUE LABOR
'* ersAclenca. KNOX Collection A gey, 110 Sutler
ARBERS- FOR EMPLOYMENT CALL SEC-
retary Barbers' A sso.. 325 Grant aye. S. FUCHS.
ARBKRS' "PROTECTIVE UNION EMPLOY-
JJ inent secretary- CONRAD TROELL. 657 Cl»y. .
AKBKRs' ASSOCIATION OF CAL. EMPLOY-
menu Sec*y. P. C. ilamaun, 238% O'FaTrrl!.
I INDELL HOUSE." SIXTH AND HOWARD
1 ' ats.; single furnished rms 75c week, 16c night.
JUST OPEN; CONTINENTAL HOUSE, 621
Pacific St., below Kearny: lodging half price; sc.
10c, 16c pr night clean beds.sunny rooms.no bunks
J^OR THE BEST AND CLEANEST 10-CENT
meal try 13y 2 Grant aye.; coffee a specialty. ' '
\\T ANTED-I.ABOKEKS AND MECHANICS
'» to know that Ed Rolkln, Reno House proprie-
tor, still runs Denver ir/mse, 217 Third st.; 160
large rooms; 25c per nigh ": $1 to $3 per week. ,
HAT CHKKK HOUSE. 529 SACRAMENTO
tt su; 200 rooms; best In the city. ging:e rooms
20 and 25c a night. $1 a w«-ek: meals 10c. . v j .
A f EN'S %-SOLINO *Oc: LADJEV 40c: DONE
-"X while you waiu 638 Market. opi». Palace Hotel.
1 (i/l MEN To TAKE LODGING AT lOc, 15c
J-v'V/ nd 20c a night, including coffee and rolls.
624 Washington st.. near Kearny. : : '
WI ARE SHOE DOCTOR"; WE REPAIR
" your old shoes and make them us goon as new, '
and with our new machines we can do your work
at one-half the usual price; done while you wait.
Mission st., between First and Second sts. .
MEN TO FEED MANHATTAN STOCK FOOD;
_ all grocers keep It. • . .',-*• • .
MXN 7 ** . SECOND-HAND ' SHOES, SOME
■"X nearly pew, 25c to $1 '-'5. 662 Mission.
LCHO HOUSE, 863V4 MARKET ST~^
Koonis liOc., 25c. to 60c. night; $1 to $2 week.
"L-'KEK BEER-TWO SCHOONERS FOU "ie;
X also a bottl aoflair«r.-5a at 687 Clay st.
* ■• ■ • . -■ ■ • - - ■
HELP WANTED-Contlnued.
TRY ACME HOUS-, t.07 MARKET ST.. BE-
X low Sixth, for a room: 25c a nlcht; $1 a week.
\\T ANTED— SINGLE ROOMS, 16c A DAY; $1
» » »»ek; rooms for two, 25c a day, $1 60 a week;
reading-room dally papers.- 36 Cla\- st.
. AGENTS WANTED.
A"*~GE NTS-IK YOU WANT MONEY HANDLE
-tx aluminum novelties: no hard times with our
agents; quick sales and big profits. ALUMINUM
NOVELTY COMPANY. 110 Sutterst.
AGENTS COINING MONEY WITH OUR
novelties. Pacific Introduction Co , 119 Bush
at., room 6. ■ ■ j • ■
T ADY AGENTS WANTED— BIG INDUCE-
__jnentg. Apply 235 Post at., room 7. - .
. HOUSES WANTED.
I V" ANTED— TWO MODERN HOUSES OF 8
'» or 10 rooms; price $10,000: location from
Mason to Gough st. and from Pine to Pacific. Ad-
dress House, box 1. Call Office. . '■ -
t BURNISHED COTTAGE FOR SUMMER IN
warm country; within one hour of Sau Fran-
i Cisco; rent must K-e moderate. Address S. M., box
74, Call Office. > . . :
ELL-FURNISHED HOUSE TO LEASE—
" Low rent; by small family; adults; fine refer-
ences^ 410 Kearny at., room '10.
HOUSE SIX ROOMS: MODERN; COTTAGE
preferred'; rent must be moderate. Reply,
stating particulars, H. W.. box 76. Call Office.
\y ANTED TO KENT BY JUNK I— COMFORT-
"" able modern 10-room dwelling, north or west
side of street; Western Addition: tor small family.
Address Terms. Postofflce box 266 L
COTTAGE WANTED.
V\r ANTED — COTTAGE OF 4 OR 6 ROOMS
'•and bath; will pay $300 to $400 down; $16
to $20 per month; convenient to cars: modern lm-
provementa. W. C. box 139. Call Office.
KOOMS WANTED.
UIET MAN WANTS ROOM AND BOAR~S
in pleasant, homelike family. Address Quiet,
box 82. Call Office.
WAN TED-MISCELLANEOUS.
A^T^D^S^O^r^HA^n»^Blc^CLlir"'"96
if or ' 96; exchange for painting or paper-bang-
ing or Italian mandolin. T. R., 6'<;7 Greenwich st.
ANTED — GOOD HOBBE AND BUGGY.
Address P. O. box 2099, giving description and
price. ■ -. . ,/■,•.
ANTED— 3 PAINTERS' FALLS AT ONCE.
G. F. FLOHR, 731 Harrison st.
SELL YOUR BOOKS, CLOTHING AND JF.W
0 elrv to A. KLEIN. 109 Sixth st. : Rend postaL
EDUCATIONAL.
SsT MELVILLE" SNYDERT'STUDIO^eU
•li Sutter: teacher vocal music, piano, elocution;
dramatic elocution aspecialty: vocal Shakesperean
classes; skirt-dancing, minuet, gavotte, etc. Vocal
classes resumed Monday at 8 ?. if.; $1 per, month.
TJOOKKEEPING BY TARR; ON LV ACCOUNT-
JL> ant teaching; Va time and far more practical
than any college; rapid calculations. 659 Market.
PIANO TAUGHT IN SIX MONTHS; GUAR-
X anteed; $2 64). 913 Mission st.
PIANO LESSONS. 2Be PER HOUR. AD-
X dress M., box 78, Call Office. ■
T)OOKKEEPING-6CHOOL— PE N MAN SH|I P
X> arithmetic, tanght In 6 weeks. 6 Stockton, rm. 2'
E FOREST— STAGE, ELOCUTION, VOlCE-
building. 14 McAllister, r. 44: 10:30 to 4:30.
GUITAR MANDOLIN. PIANO AND VOCAL,
VJ lessons: $3 mo. MARY WESTHAU3, 39 Fifth.
PANISH, FRENCH ACADEMY. CASTILI AN
and Parisian, 3 lessons w. ; $3 m. Maze bld.,r.S7.
CFaNIHH. FRENCH, GERMAN: MODERATE.
OMelsterschaft School Languages, 122 CFarrell si
"I7OICE-BUILDING. PANTOMIME AND ACT-
V ing. LEO COOPER, 814 Geary st.
PROFESSOR G. MANSFIELD, TEACHER OF
1 violin, guitar, mandoline, banjo. 1707 Market.
YKES'. THE LEADING SHORTHAND COL-
lege, 325 Montgomery st. ; Individual instruc-
tion in shorthand, typing, bookkeeping, etc.; life
scholarship $50; low- rates per week and month.
j >ELASCO*S LYCEUM SCHOOL OF ACTING—
i-> Private theatricals arranged; pupils rehearsed
on stage. R. 6 and 12, 1.0.0. F. block, 7th and Mku
QCHOOL ELECTRICAL, CIVIL. MINING. ME-
O chanical engineering, surveying, architecture,
assay; estab. 64. VAN DER NAILLEN. 723Mk'_
HF.AI.D'S BUSINESS COLLEGE, 24 POST ST.
Bookkeeping, buslneis practice, shorthand,
typing, electrical engineer: telegraphy, modern
languages rapidly taught. Write tor catalogue.
\i lo±ll SCHOOL;»IEALD"SBUS. CoLLEUE;'Jt
-» ' Post : commercial, shorthand. English : low ram
\riOLIN. MANDOLIN, CELLO, BANJO; RKA-
> fonable. PROF. FKANCI3. 1045^ Valencia.
CLAIRVOYANTS.
50cts and $I— socts and $I— socts and $1.
"KNOWLEDGE IS POWER."
Therefore consult the great clairvoyants,
PROFS. EUGENE AND VAN DE VERE,
1728 MARKET ST.
Their readings astonish the most skeptical. All
are satisfied. The professors give advice on all
matters that are of Interest to humanity. Busi-
ness, speculation, investments, insurance, love,
courtship, mar.-iage and divorce; settle lovers'
quarrels and cause speedy, and happy marriages.
They locate mines and buried treasures, find lost
or stolen property. Interpret dreams, cure Bad
habits and destroy evil influences in half the
time required by the best of the other mediums.
Remember, there are bat few mediums in the
world that can work these wonders, and none out-
side of the eminent professors in San Francisco.
Remember also that the professors are perma-
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__- < 1728 Market st.
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spread out panorama-like before them,
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locate them for you. : .
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the seventh daughter on the western half of the
American continent.
Ladies and gents, 50 cents. Parlors 3 and 4,
917 Market st. .-••-'.«•
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When yon wish to consult a true disciple of
clalrvoyancy see and prove for yourself that
PROCESSOR M. L. CAP.NELLE i* the greatest
living exponent of the true science of clalrvov-
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has made thousands of families happy and suc-
cessful by his aid and advice. The professor pos-
sesses wonderful powers. He gives infallible and
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In love, brings about happy marriage and success
In life. He reveals to you just what you want to
know. Others may have failed you; Professor
Carnelle 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
Eddy st. , ■ ■■■...■
VfME. PORTER, CARD- READER; TELLS
iv. past, present, future: ladies 60c, gents $1:
palmistry, clairvoyant, sittings $1 50. 126 Turk st. !
\*TSBMELVINA, CLAIRVOYANT; PICTURE i
I'JL of future husband or wife. V o6V» Howard si. i
'AC AND $1 50cAND$~i.
OU PROF. C. LEON, 1007 Market st.. nr. sixth.
Marvelous power; valuable advice on all affairs;
letters with stamp answered: hours 9 t • 8.
ME. ARNDT, BEST FORTUNE TELLER IN
the world: 60c and $1, shows you the Dlctureof
your future husband or wife. 4 Twelfth, cor.Market
MME MOREAU, BEST MEDIUM: REVEALS
iU. past, present and inture; 25c up. 764 Howard.
ME. LEGETTE: PRESENT, PAST AND FU-
ture, 25c. 311 Tehama, upstairs, near Fourth.
VIMB.RAVENA READS LIFE FLUENTLY:
i-'l tips on races; names given; 26c up. 6 Fourth.
GYPSY LIFE-READER: LADIES, 25c;
gents, 60c ; readings daily except Sun. 5 7th.
ME. STEWART; GREATEST CARD READ-
and clairvoyant In world: seventh daughter:
read cards since 11 years of ace; mining, lawsuits
marriage; ladies or gents 50c. 917 Market, 3 and 4.
MX. LKNF.MAR — FORTUNES; TOLD BY"
planets: predicted in '74 passengers of over-
due steamer on Island. 11 Taylor st.. cor. Market.
ME. SYBILLE TELL 3 FROM CRADLE TO
the grave: fee 26 cents. 914 O'Farrell st.
UETURNEii, WORLD-RENOWNED MME.
XX 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 egg* 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. 929 Post St.. nr. Larkin.
V vVEKK'S NEWS FOR 5 CENTS— THE
.V WEEKLY CALL. in wrapper, for mailing. -
'' SriKITI'ALISM. '
VfISS ADDIE SWATN THROUGH HER span
■"I Ish guide, Buena Vista, will advise you for
your betterment; ladles only: ' trance sittings. $2;
consultation free; hours 1 to 8 p.m. 1055 Market st.
YOUR PAST. PRESENT AND FUTURE AT A
X glance (ladies only)'; 25c. 230 Clara, nr. Fifth.
ADDIE -SWAIN .RETURNED: WILL SEE
patrons to-day, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. 1055 Market.
XI it:-. J. J. WHITNEY, CLAIRVOYANT
I^l medium : ttlnir* $1. ■ 218 Stockton s:.
BICYCLES.
PARK CYCLERY— NEW. WHEELS TO
J best accommodations. Terminus Geary, Mc-
Allister and Powell su car lines.
BUSINESS CHANCES.
TF YOU WANT TO~^ELIToR^BU V A USN
1 ness quick see T. LUBELSKI, 7 City Hall aye.
T HAVE PURCHASERS FOR ALL KINDS OF
X business places. T. LUBELSKI, 7 City Hall aye.
<K1 00 «taui^antT¥~tables; nice
«IP I UU. ranse-.everythlng complete: niCPlivlng-
rooms: cheap reat; paid to June 1 T. LUBEL-
SKI, 7 City Hall aye
OM7X 6-ROOM LODGING-HOUSE- RENT
$)1 1 O. cheap: good locality; this Is a rare op-
portunity to secure a cheap home. T. LUBELSKI,
7 City Hall aye.
<R9^o »-»pOM LODGINCi-HOUSE: RENT
•^ v * XV* m l 7^ 1 InsU and inured for two
m i"«i } i : sj^V rl v v aye. 1 ° f the Purchaser. T.
LUBELSKI, City Hall aye.
mp SELL YOUR BUSINESS PLACE OR
X lodging-house come see me at once, as I have
customers on hand. T. LUBELSKI, 7 city Hall
avenue. *
W\ B AK , EI * AND DELICACY STORE-
«3SItJ>U. 2 living-rooms: doing pood business-
cheap rent. T. LV BE LSK L, JCUyJUIi avl. S '
'<&. 1 Of) CIGAR-STAND. LAUNOKY OFFICE;
<JP-1-«J^. near People's Palace; cleanne Sin to
$12 week. ■■ BARRETT SKIFF. 921 Market st.
AN INVESTMENT OF $500"will" RETURN'
100 per cent profit in less than 3 mouths Aii
dress Securities, box 9. Call Office. lUoUtns - Ad "
I>ART .NER. WANTED WITH $15,000 FOR
X lumber trade. Apply to Syndicate Investment
Company, 64 and 65 Chronicle building.
T^ORNER GROCERY AND BAR; A SN \P FOR
\J the price: Al location: stock worth the nrioe
asked. LYNCH A SEER Y, 935 Market at.
Ur ANTED-3 DAY 9 NOTICE TO YOUR
business; to buy a business come at once
LYNCH & SERRY, 936 Market su
'OR SALE— A BARGAIN; TIN AND PLUMB-"
JD ing shop. Address E. M., box 81, Call Office.
CIHANCE FOR WOODWORKER fTO ENTER
\J business; small capital. G. H., box 75, Call.
C COMPETENT OFFICE MAN, WITH $2500~.
) desires legitimate business Investment, Ad-
dress W.. box 83, this office.
INING-ROOM FOR SALE: 40 REGULAR
boarders; clear easy $200 a month. Call 407
Mason .st. lor particulars.
HOG RANCH i- OR SALE— ABOUT 36 HEAD
of hogs, some breeding sows, horse, wagon,
swill route; good house: rent $10; large lot on
outside of city: all for $250. Apply HORATIO
PAUL, 561 Stevenson st.
mjOA TO $100 INVESTED BY OUR METHOD
«25 —U of Turf Speculation will yield you an income
of $26 weekly; have never lost a dollar for a client.
Our book on '-Successful Turf Speculation"
mailed free. MORRIS _ CO., 112 Dearborn St.,
Chicago. '
OOD CHANCE IN THIS CITY FOR A
thorough saloon man with .small • capital. Ap-
ply 116 Front st. Z?.
OOD COFFEE-MILL, NO. 18, SHOWCASE,
.scales and groceries for sale cheap. 112 San
Jose aye.
p OOD-PAYING LAUNDRY FOR SALE;
VT good reason for selling out. For particulars
address San Luis Steam Laundry, San Luis Oblspo,
Cal. ! **
(Dj 1 £.(\ GROCERY AND BAK; 3 ROOMS-
<JPX«Jtf. well stocked; |bargatn. SW. cor. Fif-
teenth and Noe.
ST. HELENA (NAPA CO.) STORE TO LET,
25x75, including fixtures; best location; rent
low. Apply to GEO. W. FEE, St. Helena.
Air ANTED-GOOD PATENTED OR PATENT-
'» able proposition; state invention plainly.
EWING, box 2, Call Office.
p ROCERY AND 6 LIVING-ROOMS; RENT
VT $11 50. Inquire at Call office.
<> HORSESHOE RS— TH E BEST HORSE-
shoeing business in San Francisco for sale. Ap-
ply to F. BP.CSK, 1061 Golden Gate aye.
C»J£A CREAMERY AND DELICACIES:
VO^-OKJ. well paying business in good location;
nice store and living-rooms; average sales $10 per
day; bargain. L. OESTERREICHEK, 630 Mar-
ket st., opp. tho Palace.
ERFECTION WINDOW SCREENS; TERRl-
torial rights for sale; absolutely most perfect
window screens ever made; patented In 1894:
cheaper and more durable than ordinary screens ;
can be taken apart and removed In a minute and
a hundred of them stored in your trunk; be sure
to see them before you buy elsewhere; drop us a
postal and we will call and show them to you : we
are now prepared 10 till orders: factory and main
office. 667 Mission st. E. SHANNON.
%ft GOOD -PAYING BOARDING AND
<;p_il/l/. lodging house, clearing from $75 to
$100 month: sold on account of sickness. 2822
sixteenth st.. nr. Howard: no agent need apply.
L" OR SALE CHEAP — TWO HORSES AND
X large wagon and express business. 107 Twenty-
ninth st.
t> ELIABLE PARTY HAVING INFORMA-
-IV tion that, with right use of capital, will make
money in short time wishes a few congenial per-
sons with some capital to join syndicate for mutual
profit. Address Earnest, box 92, Call.
GOOD BUSINESS FOR SALE; BIG PROFITS:
Investigate. 8.. box 26. CalL
/> UARANTEED PAYING saloon, always
vJ did and always will; without exception the
best future corner in San Francisco, opposite City
Hall dome; a rare chance; answer promptly. Ad-
dress C. H., box 108. Call. - : •■
QI7K BARGAIN; OLD ESTABLISHED
<PX I Oh tobacco, cigar, stationery and candy
s'.ore. Apply corner Allston way and Telegraph
aye., opposite university gate.
"K'OR SALE— A TAILOR-STORE IN A FINE
-T location; very cheap; must leave at once on ac-
count of sickness. Call at 1001 Mission st.
"PHYSICIAN'S PRACTICE FOR SALE (AD-
X vertising); splendid opportunity |for man with
some ready money; fine furnished offices in the
most prominent location on Market st. rent free.
Address P. 8., oox 18. Call Office. .
TO LEASE IN MAYFIELD, SANTA CLARA
X County. Occidental Hotel and bar: rent $25.
Apply C. DUCKER or F. PRITCHARD, 12 Mar-
ket st. .
p ROCERY AND BAR; TRANSFER CORNER.
Ur Apply this office: no agents.
JOURNALIST AND MANAGER OF 26 YEARS'
0 record wants capital to back a profitable news-
paper enterprise entirely new to the coast. Ad-
dress J., box 76, Call Office. .
GOOD BUSINESS IN GOOD LOCATION; 2
buildings ou leased lot; rent only $2 50 per
month. I. C. SCHARFF. 18 Post st.
WHOLE OR HALF INTEREST IN LIVERY
TV stable; horse, market and wagon repository;
well stocked; buildings long lease and finest place
of the kind on the coast: good chance, for party
with money. Address W. P., box 149, Call Office.
ALOON, BOARDING-HOUSE AND GRO-
0 eery; 22 steady boarders; good bar trade;
chickens, pigs, ducks: big crop potatoes: next to
factory; cars run by; selling very cheap at once:
on account of trouble. Call at this office. !
<3»1 (\(\ BRANCH BAKERY AND CONFEC-
tJpX \J\J. tionery ; good reasons for selling. 3312
Mission St.. opp. carhonse.
HORSE AND EXPRESS - WAGON AND
stand. . Inquire at grocery-store, 175 Clara
St., city.
Qj-J CA GROCERY AND BAR; 2 LIVING-
«4pXUI/. rooms. Apply Call Office.
ALOON— GOt »D LOCATION; LIVING-ROOMS
in back; price $-.'00; rent $15. Address B. J.,
box 4, Call office. ■ • ■
<n» "I AA BAKERY and laundry; cheap
<g>XUV/. rent; bargain. 1243 Mission st.
LADY OF MEANS WANTS GENTLEMAN
J partner with $50; country proposition. Room 2,
12Mason st. .
oTTrENT— RESTAURANT IN GOOD RUN-
J nlng order to any responsible party: knowledge
not required. Inquire SEEMAN'S, 616 Kearny.
I » AR G A I N— WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
1 > liquor store. J. PEYSER, 1601 Market st.
<2!9^fl RESTAURANT, BAKERY: BAR-
ilp4*U\J. gain; good reason for sellg. 917 Mission.
"I/IOR SALE CHEAP-WELL-ESTABLISHED
X' candy, tobacco, cigar, stationery store; fine busi-
ness; reason for selling, nave to go East. Apply
store, 1314 Howard St., bet. JNlnth and Tenth.
QJJOTF; COAL AND WOOD YARD DOING
tJpO I O. gooi business.: must be sold at once;
engine and boiler Is worth the money ; trial given.
Call 810 Sixth st.
SALE-CHEAP; THE BEST ADAPTED
X butcher shop in the city; other business cause
of selling: no agents. Geary and Hyde st.
SMALi. OYSTER GKOTTO NEAR MARKET
St.: cheap. Inquire 113 Third sU
WANTED— LIVE PARTNER IN LIVE BUSI-
" ness: 12000 to $3000 capital: profits large and
sure. Address Live, box 34, Call.
OOD CHANCE FOR BLACKSMITH WITH
small capital. Call 127 3 Langton st. ;
<$• 1 (\(\ WILL BUY GOOD LOCATED SALOON.
<g X \J\J Inquire liquor-store, 795 Mission st.
IjMRST-CLASS RESTAURANT; GOOD LOCA-
X tion on Kearny at. : cheap. Apply this office.
ESTAURANT WORTH $600 FOR 8300- DO-
Ing good business. 206 Ellis st.
T?OR SALE-DRUGSTORE IN CITY; CHOICE
J location; $3500. Drugs, box 19. Call. ,
DELICACY, BRANCH BAKERY AND N<>
tlon-store; good business. Apply Call Office.
$99Pv CANDY-STORE, WITH SODA
-"-y- fountain, 6 icecream freezers, 2 stoves,
candy kettle, shelves, counters, stock of candy
tables, chairs, etc. H ICKOK, 873 Mi Market su
Albany casino saloon, 133 fourth
A NE. cor. Everett st., for sale. '
BARGAIN; WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
liquor-house; $3500. a. V.. box 129. Call.
IVEN AWAY; FINE RESTAURANT; GOOD
Third st M: ° D accountl of departure. 303%
l^. ( , )R ,r ALE ~ A CENTRALLY LOCATED FAM-
X Ily liquor-store; living-rooms attached: rent $40.
Inquire WICHMAN, LUTGEN A CO.. 318 Clay.
T^OR RENT. UNFURNISHED— THE -GRAN-
J. lte House," Folsom, Cal., a 2-story frame hotel,
containing parlor, dining-room, barroom, kitchen
and 22 bedrooms: in good repair and fine location:
a splendid opportunity for any person desirous of
going into the hotel business": extra inducements
ottered. Address LOUIS KLUMPP, Folsom. Cal.
\\r ANTE D— PARTNER TO ENABLE OWNER
•' to carry on further developments in a quartz
mine: large vein: free water and every facility for
working; the property will stand the closest iuTes-
tigation. Audress Owner, box 47, Call Office.
A MING BUSINESS FOR SALE; 10 HORSES
X and 5 lumber wagons with good trade; will be
sold cheap; part cash. McE WEN BROS, 118
Montgomery st.
BFSrNESS CHANCES— Continued.
HOESTORE. FINE COUNTRY TOWN; EFU
O tablished 16 years: large profits; will sell for
65 per cent on cost. DECKER, 1020 Market st.
~<2* A (\l\ CANDY-STORE ON MARKET ST.;
<£)-±VJ\J. clears «100 per month. DECKER,
1020 Market st.
01*1 inn COFFEE AND OYSTEK HOUSE;
<2>±lUU. nr Baldwin. DECKER, lO'-'O Market.
OR SALE— FINE CHICKEN RANCH aND
stock, rent $12. GEO. PILTZ, cor. Berlin and
Barrow sts., San Brnnoroad. ; ". ....
/CARRIAGE AND WAGON SHOP; GOOD
V,' business; 17 years in same block. Apply this
office. • .■■■■. '
©lOnn SALOON: BUSINESS PART OF
<Ipx— iUl/. city: good day trnde: finely fitted up.
Apply E. A. KOLB, 422 Montgomery st.
ORNER GROCERY AND BAR — WELL
\J stocked; splendid location; other business
cause of sale. SE. cor. Fifteenth and Castro sts.
LODGING-HOUSES FOB SALE.
y*l EiQf) OK LESS — 25-ROOM CORNER"
house.
10-room house, worth 91000; price $400
40 rooms; fine for transcient 700
20 rooms on Fourth St., only 600
16 rooms on Taylor st 750
45 rooms on Market, st 2500
H. C. DECKER, 1020 Market st., opposite Fifth.
AM. SPECK «6 CO. JHAVE MONEY TO
• loan.
15 rooms; net profit 61; price $600.
20 rooms; net profit *85; price $350.
35 rooms; net profit $83: price $1625.
46 rooms; net profit $112; price $1450.
■ A. M. SPECK A CO., 602 Market st.
POR SALE— HOTEL OR LODGING-HOUSE,
-» 22 Sacramento st., containing 40 rooms: well
lighted; gas: water: improved plumbing; com-
pletely furnished and In order for immediate pos-
session; this hotel is especially adapted for a
boarding-house; convenient to railroad depot, loot
of Market St.: established 3 years; reasons for
for selling, owner retiring from business. Apply to
owner on premises.
\f ORTG AGE SALE-WELL LOCATED AND
-"X furnished house of 37 rooms; near Baldwin:
no reasonable offer refused. L BCHARFF, 18
Post st.
T ODGINO-HOUSE. 10 ROOMS: WELL-FUR-
Jlj nished laundry bath; large sunny yard. 617
Eddy st. ; ;•--!
I" ING -HOUSE 37 . KOOMS FOX 8 ALB
-«-' cueap; income 5240 per month; no agents. Call
or address 1532 Polk st. . • ■ ■ • •
T ODGING-HOUSE; 7 NEATLY FURNISHED
■— rooms: bath; will be sold cheap. 417 Minna.
WELL-FURMSHED, GOOD 67-ROOM LODG-
»' ing-house; good location. 613 Mission st.
%'>."; (I NEWLY FURNISHED HOUSE.
«fl>— OU. 9 rooms; bargain.. HBO ARTY, 1004
Market st.
90 FURNISHED ROOMS; GOOD LOCATION;
*»w cheap rent: low price. Grocery, 40 Sixth st.
FURNITURE FOX SALE.
XT^AKD^OT^ATpEW^Y^CAIVP^Tr^A^ ,
*J*J sideboard, table, chairs. '25 Murphy bldg.
AT L. J. NEUMANN'S. 117 SIXTH, FOB
A lowest prices on household goods, new -or good
as new; cash or time : open evenings.
PIRE SALE ! ~
•T Prices stand till goods, are completely dis-
posed of.
Oak bed seta „„ .....SIS 59
Bed lounges ......... 808
Stoves 1 50
Carpets, peryard 65
Linoleum, per yard 55
Matting, peryard . ... 10
Till our new building Is erected these prices will
stand. Till such time we are conducting business
a* SE. corner Seventh and Mission sts. i.
NOON AN.
G. KRASKY. FURNITURE AND BED-
. ding; new folding-beds, $9 and up: step-lad-
ders, per step; furniture exchged. 773 Mission.
A(\f\ CARPETS; CHAMBER BETS^ $14;
rt\J\J stoves, $5; parlor sets, $20: folding-beds,
$10; bed-lounges. $7. T. P. MCCARTHY 112 4th.
A ROOMS FURNITURE, NEW $75
■tr juediounges trimmed with plash .'is vi
Brussels Carpet, laid 45c up
English Linoleum, laid 40c up
Window shades in s colors .... 25c up
SHIREK & SHIREK, 747 Market St., opposlu
tyrant avenue; no branch stores. ■--■--■ .
FURNITURE WANTED.
AM ALONE PAYS 20 " PEr'^e'n'F'mOßE:
than elsewhere lor furniture to fill country
orders. Leave orders at KING'S, 3 Fourth ut.
IF YOU WANT GOOD PRICES FOR FURNl-
ture and merchandise see BURP, 211 Larkin. •
KFORE SELLING YOUR FURNITURE
send for Simmons Auction Co., 1057 Market.
BASCH. 321 SUTTER, WANTS FUR*nT
. tv re, saloons and merchandise: highest price.
MAYER BUYS YOUR FURNITURE.
. carpets, piano. 1135 Market; tel. Jessie 761.
ALL ON J. C. MUTHER, 521 KEARNY, IF"
' you want highest ccsh price tor your furniture,
carpets, pianos, or merchandise of any kind.
~~ CARPET CLEANING.
r^ARKETS^CLJKANEDTsc^^YAKdT"IaiJ) 3c
\J Tel. Jessie 944. STRATTOS, 19 Eighth st. '•
TI'HEN YOU BECOME DISGUSTED WITH
» » poor work send to SPAULDING'S Pioneer Car-
pet Beating Works, 353-67 Tehama sU; tel. So. 40.
pONKLIN'S CARPET EEATING WORKS. 333
y^ 1 Golden Gate aye.: telephone east 126.
JONES CO. CARPET - CLEANING AND
renovating works. Main office 35 and 27 Bth.
r\ REAT EASTERN STEAM CARPET CLEAN-
VJ" ing Works. Tel. So. 576; 14 Bth st. B. <Jbaki.
ITY STEAM CARPET CLEANING, RENOV~a7
J Umj, 38 Bth. STEVENS, mgr. TeL South 250.
p REAT WESTERN STEAM CARPET-BEAT-
VJ Ing works; latest Improved machinery; 3c yard.
G. GEOROE.offlce 11 Eighth st.; phone Jessie 253.
CARPETS CLEANED AND RENOVATED
> like new. FERGUSON & CO., 23 Tenth- toi.
South 36. D. MACKINTOSH & CO.. successors.
T E. MITCHELL CARPET CLEAN ING CO. 'HO
O . 14th st. ; cleaning 3c a yard. Tel. Mission 74.
J" MCQUEEN'S CARPET BEATING AND REN*-"
. ovatinsr works. 453 Stevenson: Ml. south 228.
nSEAFjEST AND BEST IN AMERICA-THB
¥ WEEKLY CALL, sent to any address In the
_c free States or Canada one year for 31 CO Dost-
age free. ' *^°"
MUSICAL INSTRU3IENTS.
<$finO PlA >"° at a great bargain';
«J)UUU taken in on chattel-mortgage: virtu Ily
new; perfect title. SPECK <fc CO., Crocker build-
ins, Market and Post sts.
-VI AGNIFICENT STECK PIANO; GRAND
I\L tone; private party ; obliged to sacrifice. Room
21, Flood building.
ARE OPPORTUNITY-UPRIGHT GRAND
Hard man; like new; wonderful tone elegant
case; perfect condition: offered by private party at
your own price for Immediate sale. Room 10.
Flood building.
<I|»' MONTHLY INSTALLMENTS— A LARGE
<Jp«J size, new fine-tune upright; price $175. 418
Ellis st., room 22.
TEINWAY, $175: DECKER, $150; LADD,
$60; tuning, repairing. BRL ENN'S, 228 Post.
OHMER, STECK, STEINWAY, STATHAM
second-hand upright scbeap. 106 McAllister.
A NNUAL MAY CLEARANCE SALE OF
A pianos and musical goods; everything sold
cheap this month. MAU VAIS', 769 Market at.
QHERMAN, CLAY _ CO,, STEINWAY REP-
0 resentatives, show the largest assortment of
pianos and organs in the West: all grades and
prices; easy monthly payments: everything guar-
anteed as represented. Kearny and Snlter.
BEFORE BUYING SEE HAINE BROS.'. BUSH
J-> & Gerts' and Knabe pianos; at wholesale
prices. A. L. BANCROFT _ CO.. 324 Post st.
A SHAW, $575: STEINWAY", $216; SQUABS,
$25; rented $2 up. . HEINE, 136 Ellis st. >
ffl*Ow PIANO; GOOD CONDITION. SCHMITZ,
<®00. 16 McAllister St., next Hibernta Bank.
ALL YOU WANT IS VALUE FOR YOUR
money ; Investigate these prices and be con-
vinced ; the new seven-bar autoharp $6; the live-
bar autoharp $4; a seventeen inlaid rosewood
ribbed mandolin $6 25; the winner guitar
$3 25; solid walnut and oak organs, new, $47 ">0;
elegant new upright pianos in any style case, wal-
nut, mahogany, oak, $187: one trial will convince
you. J.HARRY SCOTT, 929 Market st., Spreek-
el's building.
ARRIVED— OF CELEBRATED HIGH-
-f*. grade T. L. Neumann pianos: prices and terms
moderate. H. LUEDERS. 82 Ninth st.
PO.NOVER PIANO; AS WOOD AS NEW;
\J great sacrifice. The F. W. SPKNCBK COM-
PANY, 338 Post st.
C WHICKERING, KNABK, STECK, VOSE. STER-
\J ling pianos: see our new piano for $187: plaaoa
:or rent. BENJ. CURTAZ ifc SON*. 16 O'Farrell.
_1 7 Fit CASH OR INSTALLMENTS; WEBER
tjpl iO. upright; perfect order. 103 9 Van Ness.
YKON MAUZY, 308 POST SOHMEH,
Newby <fc Evans, Brlgcs and other pianos.
UPERIOR VIOLINS, ZITHERS. OLD&NEW
H. MULLER. maker, repairer. 2 Latham place.
LOST.
OST— A PAPS^BOOK WITH THE^HIBERNI A
J Savings and Loan society of San Francisco in !
the name of MARY C. BRENNAN, No. 208,050; •
the finder will please return to bank.
Ir»OR TERRIER PUP; MALE. RETURN
JD 1413 Taylor st. ; liberal reward.
OST— YELLOW BULL-TERRIER DOG-
ears cut; tail on; strap collar. Return to 1611
California st. and receive liberal reward.
-I OST-A PARROT. RETURN TO 8 MASON
Li st. and be liberally rewarded. "'
T OST— FROM ALBION BREWERY HUNT.
i^_fS!S__-* sklff: oak flulshed: co^'
L^Tn^s^^SSe^lflaS^
the name of ALFRED KAHN; No 194 925 Th?
tinder uiil please return to bank, i 191 ' 9 - 5 rhe
v Foinii*. ~~~ ~~~~
Monday, LARGE MASTIFF DOG IVormiP
JD Monday, wo Poat; j-.M. Robertson.
AYCOj ; WHITE FACE* NEAR wS i i v
Ii House. Apply pump Tobin, nr. 12-Mi?e"_ ou^

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