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SAN FRANCISCO "CALL."
BUSINESS OFFICE of the San Francisco Caix—
710 Market street, open until 12 o'clock every
nignt in the year.
BRANCH OFFICES— S3O Montgomery street,
corner Clay; open until 9:30 o'clock.
539 Hayes street, open until 9:30 o'clock.
718 Larkin street, open until 9:30 o'clock.
SW. corner Sixteenth and Mission streeu, opea
until 9 o'clock.
2518 Mission street, open until 9 o'clock.
116 Ninth street, open until fl:S0 o'rlnrlc
church ! * ot t *l
BEOS' list-Services at 11 a. m. In Beethoven Hall,
386 Post St., cor. Powell. Christian Science Bible
Lessons, International Series. Subject: "The
ilcssinss of Reformation. ' "Science and
Health ' study Thursday, at 8 P. m.. In Golden
W st Hall. Red Men's building, 320 Post street.
A ll are welcome. '■■ '
BT--3S= FIRST UNITARIAN CHURCH. COR-
Ci-^ ncr Geary and Franklin sts.— Horatio
:-iflibin.» D.D.. minister; William G. Eliot Jr.. as-
sociate. Service at 11 a. m., in commemoration of
the founding of Pilgrim Sunday-school (forty-
fourth anniversary). Children will assemble in
Sunday-school room at 10:15 A. __ All are cor-
dially invited. - '
_tr_s* SECOND UNITARIAN CHURCH, COR-
L.--V ncr of Twentieth and Capt* sts.— A. J. Wells,
pastor, Services at 11 a. m. and 7:45 P. _t. Mr.
Wells will preach in the morning on "How to
Corr"< ct ■ ome of "ur Moral JJeficiencler," and at
nigh ; , on "The OH Bottle at the Wedding, or, Re-
serves of Character " seats are fee and all are
invited. Sunday-school at 9:45 a. it: Miss Hobe,
snpenntendent. Pastor's residence at 20 LibtTty.
jjJ£— s» FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, EDDY ST., !
_?-i " near Jones— Rev. M. P. Boynton, pas-
tor. Services Sunday. August 16, 1896. Preaching
by the pastor at 11 a. m.; subject, "Over the
Kiver," and at 7:30 p. m., topic, "St. Paul
Wrecked." Sunday-school at 12:30 p. m. Y. P.
S. of C. E. at 6:30 p. m. | Prayer-meeting, Wednes-
day evening, 7:45 o'clock. All these services are
open to the public. Strangers are especially wel-
EPray CALVARY PRESBYTERIANCHURCH,
EB-J-^ corner of Powell and Geary sts.— Rev. John
mrbill, D.D., pastor, will preach at 11 a.m. and
7:45 p. M. Topic, p. __, "The Wisdom and Folly
of Religion and Irreiision": a. m., music, Te Deum
festival in E flat (Buck): offertory, "Who Treads
th* rath of Duty?" (Mozart); bass solo,- W.
Campbell. . Evening serv cc, anthem, "Arise,
.Siiine," Didley (Buck): offertory, quartet, "God Is
a Spirit" (Bennett). All are made welcome.
gT^g 3 THIRD CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH,
_S2B' Fifteenth st. near Mission— Rev. William
I'.tuler, pastor. Services at 11 a. m., subject,
"New. Forces." Services at 7:45 p. M..- President
Baldwin of Pomona College will preach on life—
"Getting Heady." Music by chorus choir,' under
direction of William C. Stadtfeld. All are cordially
r_-.:__f» FIRST NEW JERUSALEM CHURCH
-J--* 1^ (Swedenborgian), O'Farrell street, between
Webster and Fillmore sts. services at 11 a. m.
The Rev. D. V. Kowen will preach. Subject for to-
rt;, y. "Casting Out Demons." Sunday-school at
9:30 a. m. All are Invited. Seats free.
S£r_s= ... i , r DIVINE SERVICES
tV-^ LLJ. LI- L. will be held on the com-
ing New. Year at the Temple, 115 Turk st. by the
cantor, L. Go dstein, assisted by a talented choir.
Tickets to be had every Sunday till holidays, at
the Temple. '
P£~S=> CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF
EF-& Latter-day Saints, 320 Post St.— Preaching
at 11 a. it. and ,7:45 P. m. by Apostle
Joseph Leuff of Independence, Mo. All are wel-
EpS MORMON SERVICES IN PYTHIAN
i*^^ Castle. 909 Market st., a. 11 a. it and 7:45
p. m. Elder M. 11. Thomas form Ogaen, Utah,
will speak at the morning service. President 11.
S. Tanner of the California .Mormon Mission will
speak at 7:45 o'clock. Subject, "Will Christ
Come Again?" All are welcome. No collection.
»r^*" THEOSOPHICAL SOCIETY — FREE
w--^ public lecture every Sunday evening at
Golden Gate Hall, 625 Sutter St., at 8 o'clock. To-
night, "The Enemy of Man."
jjF|sp" 1i i X I LEOSOPHICAL SOCIETY—
iS-^r Free puolic lectures every Sunday at 8 p.m.,
Portola Hail, Native Sons' building. 414 Mason
st To-night, -Christ in Theosophy," by' Mrs.
Alice B- *•-
NOTICE OF MEETINGS.
Iff^sp AI.TA L'"DGE NO. 20eTT~a ■ < *mW!SsZ ~
Efr^ O. F.. meets MONDAY EVKN- _»_.
ING, August 17. Initiation. :^SsS*^^
W. L. POOL, N. G. <?fr;«-g-
-|*'-_S» KNIGHTS OF THE RED _r
tS^£r Branch, attention — A special meeting _f .
will be held at the hall THIS DAY (Sunday)4^T|
at 2:30 p. m. for the transaction of business
of the utmost importance. Every member is re-
quested to be present. . PRESIDENT.
2^_g= ORDER SCOTTISH CLANS— _ «jr >_
E-r-—^ Sixth annual picnic and tames A, (iuJ
will be held at Shell Mound Park on hß*X£*
ADMISSION DAY, September 9. For '"bEWT
particulars of events, etc., see programmes later.
Admission to park: Gents, 50c; ladies and chil-
dren, _SC. WILLIAM CORMACK,
vi SUNDAY MEETINGS.
j^^"~^T*^-T'Ml'_tKET~-^^ L «VKIRST PR(>
irJS' eressiv.- spiritual Church"): 11 a. m.. test-
developine circle: 2 p. if., tests, articles read. Mr.
Hansen. Mrs. Dunham, Warren, o.hers; 8 P. M.,
spirit messages, full names. Mrs. Irene Smith;
trance test medium, Mrs. Warren, Henderson, Mo
■ts|p DR. ROBBINS, LECTURES TO-NIGHT
tS<& on "The origin of Man and His Future
Destiny." The sick healed, mediums developed
andwritten questions answered. Washington Hall,
35 Eddy st., 8 p. M. Magnetized paper and ad-
IfTS 1 * A ROUSING TIME TO-NIGHT BY
»<& Rev. Mr. Howland, the singing Evangelist;
Mozart Hall, 1358 Market St.: flowers and articles
read; spirit messages delivered to the audience;
admission 10c; all are welcome; come early for
_f<_S» AT DR. RIN-ES'SPIRITUALM FETING,
*-*' 909 Market st., 11 a. m., 2 and Bp. jc. ; circles
and platform tests; Mines. Dunham, Bird, Cor-
nelius, Fix, R. A. Siitts, Mr. Henderson. Doctor's
office, 1236 Market st., 10 to 5 p.m.
BOg 3 OAKLAND PSYCHICAL SOCIETY.
«-» Washington st. Fraternal Hall, 8 p. m.
BISHOP W. BEALS of New York, inspirational
speaker, singer and psyci.ometrist. will answer
written questions from tbe audience.
_t^_p GOOD CITIZENSHIP MEETING, Mf-T-
Bf-*' ropolitan Temple. Sunday Au.ust 16. 3
p. M. Address by F. K. Baker. Subject: "Where
Are We Drifting? Admission 10c.'
fjf^Sp EDWARD K. EARLE, THE GREAT
m*& test, medium, a; Scottish Hall, Larkin st.,
to-nizht, in wondenul tests and messages; admis-
sion 10c. .
3P_g= TEST- NO 335 MCALLISTER
Ct-C st ; 10c; 2 and 8 p.m.; medium, K. A.
->titt, Clemens and others: skeptics invited; sick
Cfrsp TEST MEETING TO-NIGHT: • GEO.
»-»' CKASP and others; circles formed. St
George's Hall. 9U9^_ Market st; rear hall; ad-
Jj^S 3 MRS. A. E. BARLA.ND; TEST MEET-
I*-^ ingto-nlsht; Cambrian Hall. 1133 Mission
St., 8 P. m.: 10c.; -
_F_JF MRS. EGGERT AITKEN, TEST AND
E*^*^ business medium, 320 McAllister St.; sittings
WPS' DRS. RAVLIN AND TEMPLE THIS
IS~-^ evening, Friendship Hall, 326 McAllister st.
B_S~ RETURNED, MRS. MAYO STEERS;
vr& circle 8 p.m.; _sc. 1015 Market St.; sit-
_t^g=» MR3. FULTON, MATERIALIZING BE-
t*-—^ ance Sunday, Tues. nights; 60c 31 Fell st.
jJKS= MRS. COLBY, I_2J£ OAK ST.; CIRCLES
Ct—^ Saturday evenings; si lines daily. '
|^> MRS. SHRINER; CIRCLE TO-NIGHT;
Br—y [es.stoall 25c - 311 Van Ness aye.
■'n^_S= TEST CIRCLE TO-NIGHT, MME.
-g-g^ YoUNG, 605 McAllister; fine music.
K-^~DIVIDEND NOTICES-DIVIDEND No"
cfr~-^ 34 (twenty-five cents per share) of the
HUTCHINSON SUGAR PLANTATION COM-
PANY will be payable at the office of the com-
pany, 327 Market st, on and after THURSDAY,
August 20, 1896. Transfer book will close Fri-
day, August 14, 1896, at 3 o'clock p. m.
E. H. SHELDON, secretary.
SPECIAL NOTICES. "~
ffS> BAD TENANTS EJECTED FOR $4-
l_~»' collections made, city or country. Pacific
Collection Co., 415 Montsy St.. room 6. - Tel. . 6580.
CT-~ss=> DR. B\YER RKMOVKD.HIS OFFICE
fa'-y to 14 Grant aye. :' residence 1703 Geary st.
THIRST-CLASS FRENCH FAMILY COOK
-F wants situation ;citv or country. C R. HAN-
SEN «fc CO., 110 Geary st. '
R. HANSEN _ CO., 110 GEARY ST.,
. furnish the best family and hotel help. Call
at. office, Pboue or mall us your orders: prompt at-
tention guaranteed; telephone Grant 185.
RS. FENTON. REMOVED TO 420 SUTTEH
St., bet Stockton and Powell: ladies requiring
firs' -class help of all nationalities for all capacities
call or send order - '
RADUATE LADY OPTICIAN WANTS
IJT situation; will take , charge of optical depart-
ment: has trial case an<l tools: aclnof higher al-
tl.ude preferred. Address F. J. PETERSON, San
Pablo, Cal. . ". <--. - . . .. '
"POSITION WANTED IN A NICE FAMILY
I to do housework and as seamstress or as house-
Keeper to widower with children; this city or Oak-
land. Address B. H, box 135, Ca 1 Office.
ITU AT lONS WANTED BY. TWO SWEDISH
O girls to do cooking and general housework or
chamber-work; one place for both preferred. Ap-
ply 2024- Mission st, Monday. , -.;. ■ . :,
UrOMAN WANTS TO WORK BY THE DAY,
• V washing, ironing and bousec caning. Call or
address 5 Lafayette st, bet Eleventh and Twelfth,
ERMAN GIRL WISHES SITUATION FOR
VJT second work and mending, or taking care of
grown children. Address H. S., .ox 89, Call' Office.
V^ung ■ lady wants 1 situation in
. 1 lodging-bouse to do chamberwork. ■ Call or ad-
dress 763 Mission St., bet. Third and Fourth. :
"V] EAT, RELIABLE . HOUSEKEEPER, WITH
Xi -: unexceptionable references, would like a posi-
tion. k: Please call or address 431 Eddy st
SITUATIONS WANTED— Continued.
X housed eanlng by the day. Lower flat,' 1105
Pierce st. ' r
WOMAN WOULD LIKE A FEW BUSI-
TT ness offices to clean. Address 1825 Webster.
\\r ANTED— BY A RESPECTABLE ELDERLY
' » woman a position to assist at light housework;
is fond of children and a good plain cook. Room 1,
13«? -ixth bU • ■■"•„
MIDDLE-AGED WIDOW WISHES PLACE IN
family, to do second work and sewing; - good
seamstress. Address F. P., box 151, Call office.
IDOW WOULD LIKE POSITION AS
Tt housekeeper for hotel or lodging-house or pri-
vate family, or nurse for an invalid lady: best of
references. Address W. W., box 134, Call Office.
VI IDDLE-AGED WOMAN WANTS PLACE TO
I*l do housework: city or country; $12 to $16.
Call 924 Washington st.
AT THE SWEDISH AND GERMAN EMPLOY-
-1 meut Bureau a number of first-class girls
awaiting situations. MBS. G. NORTON, 316
Sntter si. - -
/"I ERMAN GIRL WANTS POSITION AT
VT general housework. 1803 Mission, near 14th.
"YoUNG GIKL 13 YEARS OF AGE WANTS
X home to do light housework and attend to chil-
dren in exchange for board and clothe.; Is willing
and obliging. Please call or address 41 Sanchez st.
QITUATION WANTED TO DO GENERAL ,
k5 housework or cooking by a competent Swedish
girl. Call or address 29 Lafayette st, care Rev.
C. A. Anderson. ~ .
f> ERMAN WOMAN, > XPERIENCED COOK.
VT wishes situation in city or country. Apply
323 Ivy aye., near Gough st. :
V A CAPABLE MIDDLE-AGED ; WOMAN,
position as cook. 1 Martha place, off Geary
St., near Mason and Taylor. ■ • ■ .
SITUATION WANTED BY A YOUNG GIRL
to do second work: Jewish family preferred.
Please call at 1_39 Market st . '
RESSMAKER AND SEAMSTRESS; GOOD
fit; sews 35 cents a day. Address M. C, Call
Branch, Sixteenth and Mission sis.
EEMAN WOMAN, first-class EAST-
VT crn cook for good lunchhouse or restaurant,
wishes steady place. 90 Louisa St., corner Fourth.
YOUNG WOMAN WOULD LIKE TO DO
X house-leaning by the day, or would work a few
hours a day in lodging-house. Address CM. .box
86, Call Office. -
FRENCH WOMAN WANTS TO GO OUT BY
the day, honsecleanlne or washing: good refer-
ence, (.all or address 343 San Carlos aye., bet.
Twentieth, Twenty-first, Mission and Valencia..
\\r anted-by experienced waitress,
TT situation to wait at table at dinner-time. Call
or address 917 Market St., room 8.
YOUNG FRENCH WIDOW WISHES SITUA-
X tion as cook; French or German preferred.
110 Sixth St., room 10. .
ESPKCTABLE GIRL WISHES TO DO
housework; wages $20; Alameda preferred.
23 Twelfth St., near Market -
ADY PIANO PLAYER WISHES A POSI-
-ti >n. Address 444% Third st
\\f ANTED BY REFINED EASTERN AMER-
W lean widow, position as housekeeper for hotel,
lodginu'-nouse or small family. Call or address
Housekeeper, 405 Leavenworth st, near Ellis.
A' OUNG WOMAN WITH A CHILD AGED 3
■X wants situation to do housework and assist
generally; good seamstress; wages no object Call
1319% Larkiu st. >.
y OUNG LADY DESIRES POSITION AS
1 typewriter. Room 9, 122 Post St., second floor.
YOUNG WOMAN WISHES PLACE AS
X housekeeper: city or country. Address House-
keeper. 1148 Sutterst, third floor, room 35.
VOU.nG W MAN WISHES A POSITION AS
X housekeeper. Call at 11 Taylor street, room 6.
YOUNG CREOLE WIDOW WITH A
X child, wishes a position as housekeeper; city
or country. Call or address 917 Market st, room
19, second floor.
SPANISH WIDOW, LATE FROM CITY OF
Mexico, ".ould like situation as housekeeper.
Apply 105 Larkin st, room 2.
U' INCH Ed 1 ER HOUSE. 44 THIRD ST.. NR.
TT Market: 200 rooms: 25c to $1 50 per night;
$1 50 to s6 per week; convenient and respectable;
Ufee bus ana baggage to and from the ferry.
IF IN NEED OF DRESSMAKER, CUTTER OR
X seamstress apply at McDOWELL Dressmaking
School. 636 Market st. opp. Pa'ace Hotel. •
SITUATIONS WANTED— MALE.
S"~rru ation'^wante'd '" b y"~old 'german
man as vegetable man for his board and lodg-
Ing. Address C. R. HANSEN <fc CO., 110 Geary st
7^ R. HANSEN A CO., 110 GEARY ST., FUR-
V . nlsh haymakers, threshing crews, harvest
bands, fruit pickers, lumber and wood men, min-
ers, teamsters, brickyard crews, quarry and rock
men, laborers, mechanics, cooks, waiters, ' hotel
and restaurant and laundry, help. Wire, phone or
mail us your order.; prompt attention guaranteed.
T APANESE AND CHIN EMPLOYMENT;
J best help. 314b Sutter st. ; tel. Grant 30.
/"CHINESE AND JAPANESE RELIABLE
V><help;tel. Main 1997. BRADLEY &CO., 640 Clay.
pHINESK AND JAPANESE EMPLOYMENT
V, office; best help. 414 O'Farrell: lei. E. 428.
OUNG HARDWARE MAN WISHES POSI-
X tion in wholes and retail store of any kind:
honest and energetic; not afraid of work; thorough-
ly steady and trust wort jy. B. s., box 71, Call office.
ANTED— BY A STEADY RELIABLE MID-
TT dle-a.ed man to take care of horses and gar-
den; is first-class driver: can milk and make him-
self useful; best of references. C 11., box 88, Call.
ELI ABLE MAN WOULD LIKE TO PER-
XV form some commissions or net as caretaker to
help pay traveling expenses going East ; references.
Address East, box 67, Call office.
pELIABLE DANE, 30 YEA OF AGE, WHO
XV understands taking car» of garden, horses, etc.,
wants rosition; references. Address Dane, box
45. Cal: office. • • : - '. . .
ARDENER AND COACHMAN WISHES
VX situation; with first-class references from last
employer; city or country. Address Gardener, box
90, Call office.
QTENOGKAPHER 30 YEARS OF AGE; OF-
kj flee work of any kind: will agree on salary.
Address W. A., box 90. Call Office.
W ANTED —POSITION, BY AN EXPERI-
»V enced grocery clerk. Add. G. C, box «9, Call.
PAINTER; TEMPERATE MAN OF 80; CAR-
X riage and house painter and paper-hanger; best
of reference; understands horses . and general
work on private place or hotel; can milk: city or
country: wages $-0 and found. Address E., box
50, Call Office,
GRADUATE PHYSICIAN AND PHRENOLO-
* J gist,' having a line of fine medicines, and a
lady optic:an and guitar-player, would go with
some first-class medical show. ' Address F. C, box
75, Call Office. V
PRACTICAL REPAIRER OF PIANOS, OR-
X gans, sewing-machines and small machinery;
prefer to manage branch In a town of higher alti-
tude. Address F. J. PETERSON, san Pablo,' Cal.
VTURSEOR VALET, TO INVALID GENTLE-
Xi man: gives massage treatment: well recom-
mended. Addrr-ss J. X , box 116, Call Office.
OY 19, WOULD LIKE PLACE TO LEARN
carriage bl-cksmlthing: has some experience:
city or country. Address 459 Minna st.
JAPANESE UOUr^ECLEANER WANTS TO
tl wash windows, sweep rooms, etc. : day or hour.
Address GEORGE, 1210y_ Larkln st
\\ IDDLE-AGED RESPECTABLE AND GOOD-
-M. appearing , man, • but not-strong physically,
although in good health, wants any kind of work
he can do to earn a living; can do anything if given
a chance, so let him hear. Address C. s., 710
OMPETENT MAN OF TWELVE YEARS'
".-■ business experience wishes a position as ac-
countant, or any position of trust, or will accept a
traveling position; best of reierences. Address J.
T. W., box 128, this office.
ESPECTABLE, HONEST, MIDDLE-AGED
German wishes to travel with a gentleman or
private -family as a faithful servant; see more of
good treatment than of much wages. Please ad-
dress FRED FISHER, 611 Pine st
ITUATION .WANTED BY A SWEDE ,AS
janitor or porter or work In private fami y ; can
take cure of horses and drive: has references.
Please address A. J., 780 Illinois St., Potrero, s. F.
TEADY SOBER YOUNG MAN WOULD
like position to drive a deliver/ wagon; has
experience In milk business. Call or address 1225
York . , .--•;.,
YOU NO MAN, SWEDE, DESIRES SITU A-
X tion In private family ; use to horses and wait
at table. Address G. A., box 81, this office.
■yoUNG ENGLISHMAN WANTS WORK OF
X any kind: handy around hors< s. Address H.
A., box 119, Call Office.
ELIABLE FAKMHAND AND TEAMSTER
At wanted: steady work. Address F. H., box
100, Call Office.
UTLER AND VALET— IRISHMAN,
xi just arrived from the East, can furnish first-
class references, age 'JO years, height 5 feet 7
Inches, wages moderate, to obtain a situation. Ad-
dress Butler, 3 310 Harrison st , ;
IMR.ST-CLASS COACHMAN, SWEDE.WANTS
situation; has excellent references. . Address S.
C, box 116, Call Office. ; .
W INCIiESTER HOUSE, 44 THIRD, NEAR
tt Market— Electric lights In every room; 200
rooms: 25c to $1 50 per night: $1 60 to $6 per
week: tree bus ana baggage to and from the ferry. '■]
W I; N CHESTER HOUS.E. 44 THIRD. : NEAR
»» Market-Electric lights In every room; 200
rooms: 25c to $1 50 per night: *1 50 to $6 per
w»ek: freo bus and baggage to and from i he ferry.
FEMALE HELP WAITED.
O HEAD *W AITRESSES, CITY AND COUN-
-a try, $25: waitress, country hotel, $20;' 2 wait-
resses, German, for country hotels, $20; waitress
for private boarding-house, city, Monday morninc,
$15: waitress for creamerie, city, $15; j cook for
hotel, country, are pald) $ 16; coo l. ! for country
hotel, $35; waitress and chamberwork, country
bo.el, $16. C. R. HANSEN A CO., 110 Geary st.
O GERMAN COOKS, PRIVATE FAMILIES,
, city, $25; good American cook, private family
■ city, $20; woman to cook »nd wash dishes In
small boarding-house, city, : $.0; girl for second
work, city, $15; hrench girl I for light housework,
city, $15: young girls to assist housework- cirls
for housework, cltv. $12, $15 and $20. C R.
HANSEN ACO , 110 Geary. . * ' ; ;"^'
SEAMSTRESS AND WAIT TABLE, PRIVATE
O ! family, Oakland. Call early Monday morning;
Swedish girl preferred, $20. •C. R. HaNSEN A
CO., 110 Geary.
WANTED-YOUNG GIRL TO MIND , cHIL-
, drea. 3160 Twenty-third iv, ax. Howard. _,
THE SAN FKANCISCO CALL, SUNDAY, AUGUST 16, 1896.
, ' HELP WANTED— Continued. . ;
VV tel, $20, fare paid; 8 waitresses, different
country hotels, $20 each. v MURRAY & READY,
Leading Employment Agents, 634-636 Clay st . -..■.-
V OUNG WOMAN,, WORKING HOUSE-
X keeper, small country hotel. $15: middle-aged
woman, plain cooking, . city, $15. MURRAY <fe
RE ,DV, Leading Employment Agents, 634-636
Clay st : ■' '■ ■ ■-' ■
I ft GERMAN GIRLS FOR GEN ERAL HOUSE-
X U work, $20 to $25; 8 Swedish and Danish girls,
housework, $-0 to $25; 10 girls to assist, $10 to
$16: German woman to cook for 4 men, country;
ironer for laundry, $25, board; German' Catholic
seamstress, $'-'5~ to $30. German Employment
Office, 306 Mason. '
W ANTED— SHIRT IRONER, TYLER MA-
" chine, first-class laundry, good | wages: assist-
ant In laundry, $25: butler, $40 ; cook, $40; nh;ht
walter,s3s; dishwasher, B2o; etc. LEON ANDRE,
315 Stockton st. - ' ■ - ---■-:
\\T ANTED— ASSISTANT MATRON FOR AN
Vi institution; 3 German and Scandinavian sec-
ond girls, $20; Protestant cook and laundress, a
short distance, $25; 4 cooks to German and Amer-
ican fami ies. $ 5 and $30: pantry girl. $20; cook,
small restaurant, $20: Ironer, $10 week, and girls
of ail nationalities to fill situations in city and
country. J. F. CROSETT & CO.. 312 Sntter st
VU ANTED— PARTIES SEEKING : EMPLOY-
ment, who can furnish good references, to call at
The Evening Post's People's Exchange, 659 Mar-
ket St., and learn our method of aiding them In
securing positions. '■:■
\' OUNG OR MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN GEN-
x eral housework; good ho_ae. £08 Futon st.
IRL WHO UNDERSTANDS SEWING. 12
Leroy place, -oil Sacramento st, bet Jones
and Leavenworth. ' : .'■"--
ANTED— A GERMAN GIRL FOR SECOND
work and to assist In care of a five-year-old
child. Apply at 1904 Franklin St., bet. 10 a. U.
and 3P. M. •"' • .' ; ■ " ■ _________
"Y OUNG GIRL, HELP LIGHT HOUSEWORK;
X good home; small wages 410 Taylor at. '
Ironer. Address, with wages expected, F. G.,
3437 Tulare St., Fresno. -. . ■ '•* " :
OPERATORS ON FLANNEL OVERSHIRTS
;and underwear. ■ LEVI STRAUSS <_ CO., 32%
"Y OUNG GIRL: LIGHT HOUSEWORK; GOOD
X home; school privileges; small wages. Address
Girl, box 66, Call Office. .--.-, ■.-.;>-.-:
WANTED— YOUNG GIRL TO ASSIST IN
»» light housework; pleasant home: wages $8 a
month. Apply 1605 Gough st. ■ .-
"I? IRST-CLASS TAILORESB ON FINE COATS;
X no other. 1228 Market st. '
L IRST-CLASS FINISHER ON VESTS;
1 steady work; good wages. 427 Natoma st
■JVTEAT GIRL, ASSIST IN HOUSEWORK AND
II mind baby: $8. 13 Hyde st. •■' .■•
HOUSEKEEPER; SH ..'RT DISTANCE IN
country: widow between 25 and 35 years of
age preferred ; 1 person to cook for. Call 1 Fifth
st, rooms 12-13, from 9 to 11 a. m. -
AN TED-NEAT, REFINED GIRL, NOT
less than 15 years, to take care of baby two
years. Call to-day 9 Belvedere st, near Waller.
IRL FOR LIGHT HOUSEWORK; SLEEP
IT home. 216 Second st. ■
r\ ERMAN girl or woman for LIGHT
vJT housework and take care of a sick person; $12.
Inquire bet.l and 4; grocery-store.cor. Rausch and
Folsom sts. ___________
WANTED— EVERY ONE TO KNOW THAT
>t the McDowell Dressmaking School is the
largest and best of its kind west of Chicago. We
teach the cutting, fitting, making and finishing of
all new-style garments, and we offer you the best
system of dresscutting in the known world; the
only system of dresscutting receiving the gold
medal at the Wor.d's and Midwinter fairs: enter
now; easy me nts; unlimited lessons. We es-
pecially invite you to call. The McDowell ■ Dress-
making School, 636 Market, opp. Palace Hotel.
A DIES — COME ONE, COME ALL; MAKE
your own gowns: $1 per week: practical and
competent teachers; Tuesday, free, 2 to 3 p. m.
FLYNN'S Dressmaking and Cutting School, 14
McAllister st. room 67.
\\T ANTED— PUPILS FOR BEST MILLINERY
* " school in city : teacher of 10 years' experience;
large class now forming for fall work; large work-
room: references given. 410 Leavenworth st.
\\J ANTED— EXPERIENCE d SALESLADY
It oncor.ets: references. 13.8 Market st.
WANTED— WOMEN AND GIRLS TO WORK
on fruit Apply immediately, CALIFORNIA
CANNERIES CO., Brannan st, between Third
\7OUNG GIRL WANTED TO ASSIST IN
X light housework and take care of children;
Alameda: good home. At p. 103 Geary, rm. 1, city.
ANTED — A WAITRESS. APPLY 1849
Jackson st, bet. 1 and 6P. — ■; references.
EXPERIENCED CANVASSERS FOR S. F.
and adjoint; g cities. 737 Market st, room 1L
I EARN CUTTING, FITTING AND FINISH-
Xj ing: $1 a week: patterns cut to order, 25c up-
McDowell Dressmaking School, 636 Market st
T AWES TO SELL FACE AND HAIR BPE-
XJ cialtles; hairdressing, beauty culture, etc,
taught; free to agents. MRS. BUTLER. 134 Post.
/CUTTING, FINISH YOUR OWN DRESSES;
\J $1 a week. FLYNN. 14 McAllister st, r. 67.
II AiKDRES^INU, 250 AND 35c; MOKNINIi
XX and eve classes: 101esRons,$l 60. 1248 Mission.
AIR-DKESSING: MANICURING- LESSONS
given MISS DOYLE. lISa Powell st, 105 9th.
\f OST CONVENIENT AND RESPECTABLE;
I'-L Winchester House, 44 Third st., near Market;
100 rooms: 26c to $1 60 per night; $1 60 to $6
r«r week: free 'bus and baggage 10 and from ferry. .
MALE HELP WANTED.
W^^ANTED^IOO more' labore' ps" for
TT railroad work north; reduced fare and no
office fee; steamer sails latter part of the week. C.
R. HANSEN A CO., 110 Geary St.
WANTED— TWO QUAHTZ MINERS, $2 50
TT per day; two cinnabar miners, $2 per day:
gardener for mining company, $26 and found:
good job; blacksmith's helper, $25 and found;
butlermaker, $*0 : and found: farmers, milkers,
cooks, waiters, dishwashers ■ and others. W. D.
EWER A CO., 6-6 Clay St. , : . - ..
PASTRY COOK AND BAKER. COUNTRY
X hotel, $40; pastry ' cook and baker, hotel city.
$40. C. R. HANSEN A CO., llOOearyst
■EXPERIENCED COPPER BLAST FUR-
X-l naceman who. has had experience In Arlcona
ores. C. R. HANSEN A CO., 110 Geary st. :
lf-yIJIEN WANTED MONDAY, AUG. 17,
ID-± 1896, 7:30 a. m.; from $15 to $90 per
month and found, at MURRAY A READY'S,
Leading Employment Agents, 634 and 636 Clay st.
IC /ina'TIES.TO CUT, 80 EACH, GOOD
Xty.UUU ; timber, new claim, no brush; 6 farm-
ers, $26: farmer who can do a little blacksmith-
ing, $26; felt and composition roofer, $90 per
month; boy ■ for . a factory brick-setter. MUR-
RAY it READY, Leading ; Employment Agents,
634 and 636 Clay st. .' • : <-.-.
If\ WAITERS, , $30 AND $25; 2 WAITER
1" boys; barber for a country shop; meat-cut-
ter, $30, found, oily shop; 6 coo«s, $35, $40 and
$50; 2 dishwashers, $15 and . $20. MURRAY &
itK ADY, Leading Employment Agents, 634 and
636 Clay st -
VV PARTIES SEEKiNG EMPLOY-
ment who can furnish good references to call at
the Evening ' Post's People's Exchange Bureau,
659 Market st, and learn our method of aiding
them In securing positions. .
\\ AN TED- WILLING, LIVE YOUNG MAN
'I of good appearance; ■ must have $1500 for in-'
terest in well-known drugstore. . Address W. X.,
box 149, Call Office. :
QPhCIALIST IN EPILEPSY, FITS AND
0 convulsive diseases: give* course of treat-
ment; charges low. Address M. H., box 88, Call. :
WILLING,. FULL-L.RO WN LAD, FROM 15
"T to 18 years; must have references: V apply 9
to 11 a. M.- HENRY KAHN & CO., 642 MarKet.
TRUNER TO FINISH SHIRTS AND ASSIST
X iv general ironing. r Address, with t wages ex-
pected, F. G., 2437 Tulare st, Fresno.
V\f ANTED— A STENOGRAPHER AND TYPE-
TT writer. Call at 737 Market St.; upstairs.
ANTED — SOLICITORS FOR OUTSIDE
towns ; noted book, silver ; and gold. Cosmo-
politan Hotel, S-n Rafael, Cal. v,!,,,""/"- . . :
\y AITER WANTED AT 1806 HAIGHT ST.
EXPERIENCED MAN ON TRAVELING
bags. 116 MinnasU, cor. New Montgomery..
mo SHOEMAKERS— WANTED, FIRST-CLASS
X all round man for repair -work; constant job;
fixed- wages." W. WILLIS, A lamed a County Shoe
Repairing Factory, Santa Clara aye., cor. Park st ,
Alameda. - - - ■- .. ..' .-. ■: v :'■ •"•; , ■ . "■;"; ! '•>■- V-~. ■'■ "".■ - ':■■ \
A KBER-SHOP WANTED, COUNTRY; PAY
X> fair price, but must stand investigation. Apply
particulars to D - SToLTZ, 630 Market St.. -..
ANT D— 6oo PEOPLE TO TAKE BIG DlN-
ner to-day for only 10c, at 137 Fourth st.; : ice-
cream and cake free. ', o : Vr ■':'■'■
WANTED — YOUNG MAN TO LEARN
TT trade; $5 and found to start. ' F. D., box 49,
Call Office. : ■■':■..■■ ' - ;-.'- ' : -..■-■ '■■■
BARBERS' PROTECTIVE UNION EMPLOY-
ment secretary, CONRAD TROELL, 657 Clay.
AMBERS— FOR EMPLOYMENT CALL SEC.
0 . P. C. Barbers' Assn. S. FUCHs. 325 Grant aye.
OURNEYMEN BARBERS' LOCAL UNION,
0 No. 27. J. 8.U.A.. Emplmt Bureau, 102 Seventh
ARBER-sHOP, 3 SIXTH ST. ELEGANT IN
every respect and lease for sale, ' v '■ : . ~ -./■ :
GET A FIRST-RATE 16C MEAL FOR 10C
1 where strict civility, cleanliness and order Is
maintained, try Seattle restaurant. 137 Fourth st
MEN'S HALF-SOLING, 50c.; ' LADIES, 40c.;
done while yon wait 6-8 Market, opp. Palace
Hotel: branch 767 Market, opp. Will A Ftnck's.S.F.-
fl> ,\ PANTS TO ; ORDER; ' LATEST STYLE.
C- WERTHM AN Pants Co , 22% Geary st C
B ESI PLACE IN THE CITY FOR SECOND-
hand shoes, 749 Mission st, near Grand Opera-
house; new calf shoes, pointed toe, our maice, $2 50
and $3: ladies', gents' and children's xoiinc and
cast-ofl shoes bought or exchanged. >
„ HELP >\V ANTED— Continued.' ;
V«r ANTED-FOR THE UN-TED STATES
.-.»», Marine -, Corps, iU.-s.- navy, able-bodied, .un-
married men between the aces of 21 and 30 years;
not lees than •5 ■ feet - 6 inches in height; of Rood
character and temperate habits: ■; able -to read,
write and speak English properly; only citizens of
the United States or persons who have 1 legally de-
clared their intentions to become citizens - will be
accepted : *•.■ this important branch of the naval
service offers - special luducements; giving oppor-
tunities to visit all parts of the world on board our
new cmlsers. For further information apply at the
Recrul Ing Office. 20 Ellis st, San Francisco. Cal.
■ MEW WALDO HOUSE, 765 MISSION. BET.
XI 3d and 4th— Single furnished rooms. nls?ht 15c to
60c;week $1 to $2 60 trending- room; strictest atten-
tion to morning calls; clean: quiet: open all night
EEFSTEAK AND ONIONS, WITH COFFEE,
XJ sc; 2 side dishes free. 635 Clay st .- • >
T ARGEST STOCK OF SECOND-HAND SHOES-
XJ on hand; shoes to order, *3 50; band-sewed
shoes, "5. 7_6y Howard St., bet. Third and fourth
W r INCHKSTER HOUSE, 44THIRD ST.. NEAR
Market; 200 rooms. 25 cents a night: reading-
room: free bus and baggage to and from the ferry.
ANTED— AN IDE A~WHO"CAN THINK OP
some simple thin? to patent Protect your
Ideas; they may bring you wealth. Write JOHN
WEDDERBURN _ rO. ■ D«pt L, Patent Attor-
neys, Washington, D. C, for their $1800 prise Offer
and list of 200 inventions wanted. ■',■■■- :~ >-
l*, r E HAVE A LOT OF DAMAGED SHOES
« » selling at less than fourth their value: cast
off shoes bought or exchanged. 66- Mission st.
ODGIN<4S, 6c TO 16c PER NIGHT: CLEAN.
Continental House, 521 Facifl , below Kearny.
\kf ANTED— MEN FOR CLEAN BEDS: 250
" J night: $1 week. Rosedale, 321 Ellis st.
rriRY ACME house 957 market st., be-
X low Sixth, for a room : ; 26c a night; $1 a week.
I.■ INDELL HOUSE. SIXTH AND HOWARD
I ' sts.; single furnished rms 76c week. 16c night.
S.— REi-OVKD FROM 609 CLAY TO 643
. Clay; bottle wine or beer with hot lunch, 5c
"IIiAMEN TO TAKE LODGING AT 100, 150
I \t\J and 20c a night Including coflea ana rolls,
624 Washington st. near Kearny. ;
BEST IN CITY- -SING < E ROOMS, 15, 20 AND
25 cents per night $1. $1 26, $1 60 per week.
Pacific House, Commercial and Lel-esdorg sts.
■J- ARE SHOE DOCTORS; WE REPAIR
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.
ANTED— .LABORERS AND MECHANICS
to know that Ed Rolkln, Reno House proprie-
tor, still runs Denver House, 217 Third st: 160
large rooms; 26c per night; $1 to $3 per week.
\\7 ANTED— SINGLE ROOMS, 16c A DAY: $1
" -«ek; rooms for two, 260 a day, $1 60 a week;
reading-room: daily papers. 36 Clay st :...-■
13OOMS 150 To 760 PER NIGHT: 600 TO $1 60
XX, per week. Oriental. 225 Drumm st.
LCHO HOUSE, 863% MARKET ST.—
Rooms 20c, 25c. to 60c. night; $1 to $3 week. ,
EN TO FEED MANHATTAN STOCK FOOD;
all grocers keep it
VY r ANTED.TO COLLECT WAGES DUE LABOR
'' era&clerks. KNOX Collection Agcy. 110 Sutler
ANTED- MEN TO LEARN BARBER
trade; only 8 weeks required; tools given and
catalogue sum, s. F. Barber si-hool. 1615 Howard.
__ AGENTS WANTED. _
I NTELLIGENT 8 00 X CAN VAS SER S.
'I Standard Dictionary Agency, 933 Market bU .
E WANT TO ENGAGE ENERGETIC MEN
and women to represent the "Ladies' ' Home
Journal." AVrite or call at 78 Columbian Bid., K. F.
GENTS! BRVAN, bEWALL AND FREE
silver; ;. McKlnley, Hobart and protection;
every voter will buy one or the other; do you want
the profit? T. PERSON, Manager Subscription
Department The Whitaker <& Ray C 0.,723 Market.
AGENTS: BIG~MOv.EY; LATEST PROPOSI-
tIon. Baxter Portrait Co., 432 Sutter st.
iVuCKINGHAM iUKNITUBE CO. PAYS
XJ highest price for furniture, o*rpets, etc. ; send
postal. 866 Mission st.
TTIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID FOR FUKNI-
XX ture, J. CURTIS. 1.39 Market; send postal.
rpo SELL FURNITURE TO ADVANTAGE TRY
1 M. SILVERST-.1N.969 Howard st ;sead postal
C. MUTUER, 632 MARKET, PAYS HIGH
. - est cash prices for furniture and merchandise-
IE YOU WANT GOOD PRICES FOR FURNl-
ture and merchandise see BURD, 211 Larklo.
DIANA AUCTION CO., SUCCESSORS TO M.
Xj. SIMMONS' Anc. Co.. 10.VT Market, pays rash
. -HOUSES - WANTED. -■■ . ,-. ' . :
1" stable; Western Addition preferred. Aadress
Cottage, box 69, Call "trice. •
J^^L 8 WANTED.
G ENTLEMAN AND WIFE WANT 3 ROOMS
partly furnished for light housekeeping; rent
not to exreed $26. " Address O. W.. box 100, Call.'.
/~|LD GOLD AND SILVER BOUGHT: JEWEL-
\J ry. watches repaired. MUND, 1133% Mission.
ELL OUR . BL»O_=». » LOi'mNn AND JEW
0 »lrr to A. XI.XIV. 109 «it"i ..' • k»ivl twriL
"TAD Y TEA^-^irDES^RETTfoß^_^R^6^
XJ in exchange; for music lessons: piano, violin,
gultnr, voice. Address Teacher, care of MRS.
WRENN, 216 Larkln su . *\
pIANO LESSONS $2 60 MONTH: PIANO
X and music for practice. H. H., box 96, Call.
mALENTED PUPIL (ADVANCED). DESIR-
. X ing to continue study of piano, -will do well to
address "Gradus," box 119, Call OfHce; must prac-
tice 4 hours a day: no others need write.
OICE CULTURE, ELOCUTION AND D<:L-
sarte taught thoroughly; 25c lesson. 749 Fol-
som st. .. .... .'..;■.*:•■.■.■ ■•'sV..';-; ■•• ■'.
ANJO, PIaNO, MANDOLIN LESSONS. 60c
at pupils' residences: Oakland or Alameda vis-
ited. Address D. M., box 160, Call Office.
PIANO AND GUITAR LESSONS AT PUPIL'S
X home, 50c half hour; ' highest San Francisco
references. Address Piano, box 90. Call office.
DIANO TUNING TAUGHT. APPLY B. D.,
X box 46, Call Office.
STIEHI/S SHORTHAND AND BUSINESS
College, 723 Market st ; expenses less and
scholarship better than elsewhere; . day and night.
RES*. THE LEADINU !»d.ORTHAND COL-
lege, 325 Montgomery st ; Individual : instruc-
tion in shorthand, pin?, bookkeeping, etc.: life
scholarship $50; low rates per week and month.
LMA E. HYER. PIANO, MANDOLIN, BAN
jo. . 405 Geary, Rm. 17: thorough Instruction
BOOKKPN'U, WRITNG, ARITIIMTC. GRA.MR
X> day<_nlsht:nocla<iBes;ssmonth., 845 Mission
PROF. LOUIS MERKI; VIOLIN, MANDOLIN,
X guitar, cornet, reasonable. 225 Geary, Powll.
GUITAR MANDOLIN. PIANO AND' VOCAd
VT lessons: $3 ma MARY WESTH AUB. 39 Fifth.
T ADY FROM LONDON AND PARIS TEACH-
XJes plano,Blnging,French:s3mo. R. 4, 100 a Polk.
MR. M RS. KOLAN-'EB, TEACHERS MAN
dolin, guitar, banjo. 93- Market st, opp. Mason
bELASCO'S LYCEUM SCHOOL OF ACTING—
l> Private theatricals arranged; pupils rehearsed
on stage. R. 5 and 12, 1. O. O. F. block, 7th and Mkt
OCHOOL ELECTRICAL, CIVIL, MINING, ME.
O chanlcal engineering, surveying, architecture-:
■nssay: estab. '64. VAN DER NAIL LE.V, 723Mkt,
English! FRENCH. German, PIANO,
painting, palmistry, $2 mo. Studio 1422 Hyde.
PIANO LESSONS; PUPIL OF THE LEIPSIC
Conservatory, mod.terms.J.-ANGE,IIO Hyde.
TTRBAN SCHOOL AT 21-4 CALIFORNIA ST.;
*J opens July 27, 1896. N. W. MOORE, Prin.' : .
ROFESSOR G. MANSFIELD, TEACHER OB",
Violin .guitar, mandolin, basio. 1707 Market
A WEEK'S NEWS ' FOR 5 CENTS — TH_i
WEEKLY CALL. In wrapper, for mailing.
_ MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.
ON ACCOUNT OF: THE INCREASE £n". MY
p ano business, my" old quarters |on Market
st are entirely too small; I have , therefore moved
into my own building, at 526 Haves st,:, between
Octavia and Laguna, where I • can ; now display
over four times the amount :of instruments ■ than ■
formerly ; as I buy tor cash - : and . in carload lots
and have no rent to pay I can offer any one desir-
ing a piano or organ better | value I for less money
than any other music "house In San Francisco.
Respectfully yours, J. HARRY SCOTT. :
A NOTHER SPECIAL. INDUCEMENT FOR
-M. purchasing from '■. Sherman, Clay &Ca; ele-
gant new upright pianos, together with : fine stool
and handsome cover, sold for $6 per mouth: only ;
$6 - cash ' payment required every > Instrument ;
tuaranteed. SHERMAN. CLAY & . CO., cor.
Kearnv and Sutter sts., Pacific Coast represent.-
tives of Stein way & Sons'. pianos. : - ; -.-.<. ~.i
SEVERAL EXCELLENT USED PIANOS AT
half • prices; ; Stelnway : upright and • others:
fine new pianos at $5 per mo nth. ;■ The J. DEW-
ING ■ COMPANY, second floor ? Floo 1 building.
Sole Agents for Hardman , Chase Bros., etc., , ;-;.
JUNE UPRIGHT PIANO; PKRFECT ORDER;
handsome case: sacrifice. 211 Valencia st., in
s:ore. i ...:-r- -"-.■■.:■•::■■ ■■-"■>■■■■;■■: ■'-'■: ."■-_• .-.-■< ■.
ft I BURLED WALNUT UPRIGHT BOS-
IUV. ton make piano. BRUENN'S, 223 Post.
■fltl A A ELEGANT UPRIGHT. STOOL AND
Lrl:V/ - cover on $5 Installments. 221 Leav'th.
ARGAIN-$7O, GOOD UPRIGHT. SCHMITZ,
16 McAllister st., next Hibernia Bank. ••;«-,.-
PAIR OF FINE r MARSHALL * WENDELL
J. uprights, $125 each: call and see our bargains.
MAUVAIS, 769 Market ._.■>. :
: A CTUALLY THE BEST BARGAINS IN
.pianos, both new ' and second-hand at ' THE
F. W. SPENCER CO.'S warerooms, 933Marketat
\v g. badger «ole agent for HALJUET
'»■«<_; Davis and Francis Bacon pianos, 406 aac'to
TJEFORE BUY ING SEE HAINE BROS.', BUSH
x* <_ Gerts and Knabe >- pianos; at wholesale
prices. A. L. BANCROFT - CO.. 324 Post st ;^:
( HICKKUINU, KNABK. STKCK. VOSE. HTEB- '
V ling pianos; see our new piano lor $187; pianos
tor rent ',; BENJ. CURTAZ & bON. 16 O'Farrall. r
TJYKUN JIAUV. ; ::08 sfl'OST-ST SOHMEii,
XJ Newbv & Evans. 1 co :,nd other pianos.
PRIVATE PARTY FORCED TO SELL STEIN-
A way at once.- Room 21, 809 Market st. ;,..'■:
SUPERIOR VIOLINS. ZITHERS. OLD&NEW
VJ ii. MU__US_t, maker, repairer, 2 -athampUca.
PERSONALS. . _„
: V : oTJn^mXn7~stranger \ in city, de-
■ 1 sires to meet agreeable young iady or a widow.
Address H., box 90. Call Office. -:..- '
ISS VIOLKTT: MASON — PLEASE LET
- your brother Tom know your address. Write
to 560 Howard at* - - ■' ' '. ■ - " -
EX.— WILL KEEP YOUR SECRET; WRITE
. direct /■.•: K.
YPNOTISM AND VITAL MAGNETISM
XX practically and scientifically taught in 3 les-
sons, also how to hypnotize instantaneously, by
professor of the French school; a good opportunity
is . here : offered to physicians and students :of
science interested in its therapeutic effects; high-
est credentials: correspondence solicited.' Address
T. R. A., box 32, Call. ; :; >
T ARGEB QUARTERS FOR AN INCREASED
Xj business: I am 'making more room and rm
prepared to give better service than ever before;
halrdressiug 25c; switches 81: "QUINONIA"
Hair Tonic is : still going for 35c a bottle. G. LE-
DERER, 111 Stockton st. ; V;, „ . . . ... . ;,-.
[, IBRARY— ISO VOLS.; CHEAP; UN>OILED:
JJ , history, travels, biography, classics, etc. 609
DVICE FREE ALL PRIVATE LAW MAT-
ters: mod, tees. Atty. McCABE, 1027 Market.
PURSES, POCKETBOOKS AND - LEATHER
X work made and repaired. _2V_ Geary, room 47.
IJAGG AGE HELD FOR UNP.-UD BILLS AT
X> theLapham House, 506 Jones st, will be sold
at auction on Tuesday, .-eptember 1, 1896.
DANCING— BALLROOM OR STAGE TAUGHT.
IRVINE'S, 927 Mission St., opp. U. S. Mint.
I) AG CARPETS WOVE TO ORDER. F(Jk SALE;
J V also chenille-wove rugs, silk-rag portieres: deal-
er in carpet twine in hank or chain at lowest rates.
GEO. MATTHEW. 709 Fifth st. Oakland. Cal.
TOOR MOST ARTISTIC HAIRDRESSING GO
x to Up To Date parlors, 850 Market st., room 14;
hairdresslng and manicuring free to all, Wednes-
day, 10 to 2. . - -.. . ■:-, .;-.■■-:;.
ADY, STRANGER, DESIRES A GENTLE-
man partner; : $-5 capital. '■ Room 2, 122 Post.
ORRIS BERRY, FORMER FOREMAN
Albert Miller's cloak store, has gone into busi-
ness wlih H. RIFLSIND, and opened an establish-
ment at 14 McAllister, Rms. 46-46: ladles', misses',
children's cloaks to order ;fit guaranteed ;low prices
DVICE FREE; DIVORCE LAWS A SPE-
cialty; private; no charge unless successful; all
law suits, claims, collections, wills, deeds, etc., at-
tended to. G. W. HOWE, atty-at-law, 850 Market st.
REFINED LADY FROM BUTTE, MONT.,
will go and give ladles massage treatment at
their homes;, also Juse electric medical battery for
rheumatism. > Call or address M. M., 1505 Webster
St., Alameda, room 2. "■
ARTINGTON'S SCHOOL OF MAGAZINE
and Newspaper Illustration; day and evening
classes; Instructors, J. H. E. Partlngton, Gertrude
Partington. R. L. Partlngton. Particulars 424 Pine.
MRS. THOMPSON; CHIROPODIST, 101%
Grant aye., room 10. _^
A T THE PEOPLE'S ONE DOLLAR MEDICAL
J:\- Institute, all cases treated and medicines fur-
nished for $1 ; call or write. 10291/2 Market St.,
bet. Sixth and Seventh, San Francisco, Cal. ,
RS. DR. WALLACE HAS MOVED FROM
20 3 Stockton to 16% Turk, rms. 14 and 15.
1 flfl(\ BUSINESS CARDS PRINTED «1 50;
J_ \J\J\J show cards, etc. HILL, 22% Geary st.
IVOKCE- AND ANNULMENT OF MAR-
rlage by United States Divorce Bureau; legal
everywhere. Add. P. O. box 2432, S. F., Cal. .
ALL FACIAL BLEMISH SUPERFLUOUS
hair,- moles, freckles, scars, eta, removed by
Elite Electrolysis Ca, 226 Turk, nr. Leavenworth.
WATCH & JEWELRY REPAIRING. STONE
engraving, monograms, crests: low prices;work
guaranteed. J. N. BRITTAIN, 20 Geary st
AZOR-FIXING OUR 'SPECIAL! V; FINE
edgeputonrazor,26c. Razor Exchse,63oMarket
VELVET AND ; CLOTH CAPES BELOW
manufacturers' cost. 20 Sansome st., upstairs.
\\r OMEN'S - , ELECTRIC SAN IT A
' ' rooms 53 Maze - building — New and scientific
methods for promoting health, beauty. Con. free.
RS. DR. PORTER. CHIROPODIST AND FA-
clal artist: wrinkles removed or no charge:
purest toilet articles. 1-6 Kearny st., room 47.
IMG OUTDOOR STEREOPTICON SHOW EVE-
X> ry night cor. Market and Sixth sts. ; artistic ad- .
vertisements in living light; promoters of busi-
ness. Consult OWL ADV. CO 1140 Market st.
LECTRIC LIGHTS IN EVERY ROOM |
JL- Winchester House, 44 Third st., near Market;
200 rooms, 26c to $1 50 per night; $1 60 to $6 per
week; free bus and baggage to and from the ferry.
ITS TO ORDER ON INSTALLMENTS TO
guaranteed parties, $15 upward. Cut-rate
Talorlng Company, lll7 Market st.,bet 7th and Bi.h.
T IBEIS.AL ADVANCES ON DIAMONDS, JKW-
XJ elry, etc : lowest rates. 948 Market st
Ed GOLD. SILVER, GENTS' and LADIES 1
clothing bought COL.M AN, 41 3d. cor. Jessie.
A~ vVE_K'S NEWS FOR 5 CENTS—
WEEKLY CALL. In wrapper, for mailing.
, DRESSMAKERS. .
DRESSES $2 UP: WKAP?intS^6^CElfrs"Up7
lawn $1 up. 5058/4 Natoma St.. above Sixth..
• ■:•■ ?~. .'-;■;*.: BICYCLES. > : -.0' -.. .■ "
"®^|« V ; O^rTNE V W^T^IcTLY^mG^
(JI'JU grade bicycles. :■ 166 Golden Gate aye.
"\TEW '96 ROYAL TANDEM, $100; TRIBUNE
— 1 used 3 months, $75; second-hand bicycles,
$10 to $30. - 119 Twenty-seventh St., nr. Guerrero.
1 '96 CLEVELAND, 1 ERYE AND 1 LADY'S
X bicycle: cheap; for wan of use. .606 Jones st
"I A DIES' DR >P-FRAME WHEEL, $35: '"96"
XJ Ben Hur, $60; Tribune, $50; Ben Hur Tan-
dem and "'96" Fowler, almost new. DAVIS
BROS., 25 Geary st \ : •
ICYCLES AND TANDKMS BELOW COST
J~> to close out stock. W. CRANE, 324 Post st
I~?OR SALE— NEW 1896 BICiCLE; $30.
' DAVID N. HAWLEY, 318 Market st
JW INFIELD PEARSON, 216 MCALLISTER.
. Headquarters Lu-ml-num and Thistle bicycles
is ARGAIN IN A STEARNS TANDEM; ALSO
I) single wheels. 306 Post st.
PARK CYCLERY— WHEELS TO i_ET:
X belt ' accommodations. Terminus Geary, Mo-
AUister and Powell st car lines. ■ , ■ :-.
. FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS.
9^n nrin E o n"d- "hXn b b r i^Tk IT,
jjO\J .\J\J\J cleaned or unclean, In any size lots;
also second-hand lumber, good as new. large, or
small timbers. Apply lot NW. corner Eighth and
Harrison sts. . :. ■. .
pBNTLE FAMILY COW, CHEAP. 123
VJT Henry st., bet. Fourteenth and Fifteen h, Noe
'Q/' HIGH-GRADE BICYCLE.NEARLY NEW ;
OV a bargain. 1430 McAllister st.
CDOWELL DRAFTING MACHINE FOR
both waist and sleeve, complete ; cheap. 629
Post st. --; ■■ ■ ■■ . ' ■ ■ ■ -'; .--
L OR SALE.— NEW CAMPING WAGON. AP-
■* ply grocery, cor. Silver aye, on Mission road.
IMPROVED SINGER SEWING MACHINE:
X good-toned piano: must sell; reasonable. 2437
Mission st. ; : " -.'-w. .v. ] ''-/=--;t\:~:-,-.\.i
d>l L* GOOD DOMESTIC SEWING MA-
«jpit». chine: bargain. 1915 Mission st, near
Fifteenth. „•■ - \ ; :
HEAP; 2 MILCH COWS: 1 JERSEY. WITH
\J 15 customers included. 1924 Filbert st "-. •
rRST-CLASS~IuTLCH COW. 720 FOUR-
teenth St., near Market. .
GOlD MILK, GOAT FOR SALE. APPLY
T- 2827 Twenty-second st.
ARGE. NEW AND POWERFUL TRACTION
engine ■ cheap. P. F. DUN DON. 314 Mam st.
1 ADY IN REDUCED CIRCUMSTANCES
J J must sell some old ana rare Sevres ware. Ad-
dress Immeoiate. box 42, Call Office.-, .'
THRESH COW; RICH MILK; GENTLE FOR
x family.-'; 1312 Folsom st. . I, „ .: :
I? LOWER GARDEN: 3 GREENHOUSES;
X residence: water: all complete. ; 809 Larkln »_■
O HORSEPOWER GAS OR GASOLINE EN-
--1 glne; good as new; $90. Apply 215 Bay st. '
PICTURE-FRAMING WITH "GLASS 7x9~1N~
X 10c.: Bxlo and 10x12, 15c; 11x14 and 12x16.
20c.: 14x17, 26c; 16x20, 30c; 18x22, 35c; 20x
24, 46c: 22x28 in., 60c. , JONES, 547 Mission sU
pARS, SHOWCASES, COUNTERS, BHELV-
M Ing, etc., bought and sold. 1063 Mission st
SPLENDID REMINGTON TYPEWRITER,
$46: others from $20 up. RE V ALK, 309 Cat.
GOOD SECOND-HAND BOILER; ALSO LOT
_,_ pulleys, shafting, etc. W. L. SAN FORD,
415 Washington st. -., -. ■ -,■.,-■.■■...•
waterpipes. -. Mclntosh & Wolpman, 137 Beala. :
|JUY~YOUR BABY CARRIAGES AND HAVE
J-» them repaired: separate parts sold and shipped.
Ban Francisco Baby Carnage MTg. Co., 44- Sixth.
(■1 ?UNT E R S, SHELVING, ; • SHOWCASES
.VJ bought and sold. 1121% Market.bet. 7th & Bth.
I , UILDINUS ." BOUGHT; LUMBER, BASH__J
' > doors, mantels, etc.. tor sale. : 1166 Mission. v
/)NE . SMALL MED! 3 AND : LARGE SIZB
v lire and burglar proof safe. 109. 11l Market it
L"IRK AND BURULAR ; SAFE. LETTER-
-i- press, platform scales and desk:ch»ap. 1 0'_ Clay.
■N E v. i^'OEa CHEAPER THAN SECOND-
i-> hand. W. a RAY Mr Co.. vl2 California st
'. ■'■ ; ;.'; ': * ;- ! SEWING v MACHINES.
OP PL UPWARD; RENT »1 60 : TO- s sl 76
<ip <J monthly; - repairing, 26c; •?: bought ; and ; ex-
changed ; ; needles for all machines. - 145 Sixth st.
\ ll KINDS BOUGHT, sold, exchanged,
rented, repaired -. lowest rates. 205 Fourth st.
JONES _ j ; MAIIJTo_?FIC_- 325 AND 27
> Eighth st ; teL Jessie 1061. : ■ , ■
C CARPET CLEANING, 3a: LAYING, Sc. : RUG
1 samples free; tel. Jessie 944. Stratton. 198 th st
WHKN YOU BECOME DISGUSTED WITH
poor work send to SPAULDING'S Pioneer Car-
pet Beating Works. 363-57 Tehama st ; tel. .'So. 40.
ON KLIN'S CARPET F. EATING WORKS. US
/. Golden Gate aye. t telephone east 126.;. \i-i-.i,~C s .
pITY STEAM CARPETCLEANING.RENOVA-
V^ ting, an Bth. STEVENS. ragr.L TeL South 250.
CARPETS CLEANED v AND .'.' RENOVATED
VJ like new. ■ FERGUSON ■ & . CO.. 28 Tenth: taL -
Bonth 86. ,: P. MACKINTOSH _ CO.. successor- :»
J. ■ E. MITCHELL CARPET CLEAN ING CO., 240
. l_th st ; cleaning So a yard. Tel. Mission 74.
<Si~\ 900 BAKERY; BAKES 3 BARRELS A
.It ll " 1 ""' day; brick oven: daily receipts aver-
age $22; ■ 2 horses: wagon. See • SKIFF, 921
Market .;• -. . ' ■ ■ . . ••"■ ,■. ,
<E» 7l)0 RESTAURANT: FINE LOCATION:.
.<P I "V. 1 block from Market st: good paying
place; . must sell •on '• account of sickness; nicely
fitted up. Business Exchange, 777 Market .
THIRST-CLASS SALOON BUSINESS: ESTAB-
X lished for years, retiring on account df old ag\
Apply saloon, 777 Market st '
OJi'-iOO FINE RESTAURANT; WORTH
DlcKEß.lO^^lSt. sell; got other business.
DECKER, 1020 Market uu-iucsa.
I TOR BARGAINS IN RESTAURANTS, SA-
loons, cigar-stands, coalrards, grocery and bars,
etc.; see UNDERWOOD & CO., 765 Market st.
HOTEL TO LEASE FOR A TERM OF YEARS-
new 6-story and basement brick, building, con-
taining 7 98 v rooms; also ground-floor and well-
lighied basement: centrally located, half block N
of Market st. and 1 block from Baldwin Hotel and
Emporium building; newly furnished throughout;
furniture for sale on reasonable terms. For fur-
ther : particulars apply to S. SILV_RBERG, 320
Sansome St., room 39-
-\\T ANTED— PARTY TO FURNISH $250 TO
Vi take .out a patent and manufacture working
model," an invention: frictionless gearing, for
bicycles, electric - cars, etc. : ; more speed and no
wear; fourth Interest to party furnishing the
money: a sure fortune in a short time. Call or ad-
dress A LDEN & KRONEN BERG, 902 Broad-
TpOR SALE— ONE OF THE OLDEST AND
■-T bes:-known liquor-stores, In the very heart of
the city, : together with a line stock of wines,
liquors, etc.; fixtures in first-class order; to those
looking for business this is the best stand In city;
sickness the cause of sale. Address tor particu-
lars K. M.. box 100, Call. - :■.:.-■•
/"I OLD MINE— WANTED, PARTNER TO AS-
VJ s'st owner in making : further developments;
the prospects are good and an excellent oppor-
tunity to make big money; the property is situ-
ated in one of the very best mining districts: full
particulars given. Address Mine, box 31, Call.
XT' NERGETIC BUSINESS. MAN WITHCAPI-
X-l tal wanted to invest in and take management
of enormously profitable and established business:
good salary and permanent position: highest com-
mercial references given and required. Address
A. F. L., : box 90, Call Office. i ■■■ ■
GOOD PAYING BAKERY FOR SALE IN
county seat of 8000 inhabit nts: half block
from courthouse; cheap rent: 6 living rooms:
good wagon route and store trade. , For particulars
inquire in Loan office, 39 Fourth st
I/OR SALE— WELL-PAYING WHOLESALE
-T and retail liquor, cigar and fancy-grocery bus-
iness in a well-known health resort in California;
good reason for selling. - For ■ particulars apply
to DAN EINSTEIN, 630 Market st. , .
€i 1 find THIRD OF 30- ACRE OIL LEASE;
<p 1 UUU- well 900 feet: complete; produced 20
barrels dally: accident suspended: of price $600
goes to repair; rich field: returns quick. GEO.
PARTRIDGE, 123 California su _ : :
ANTED— MAN WITH ABOUT $600 TO IN-
' ' vest in starting advertising business that will
give large profits on small investment; novel and
I original invention. • Address Inventor, box, 90,
Call Office. ■■■-•■: .-■--. " - - ■■' ■ .
A N ACTIVE, RELIABLE OENTLEMAN DX
J~\ sires a position as collector or other outside
work : would lean employer $700 or $800 or buy
interest in a uood paying business. Address
A. O. 8., box 101, Call Office. -..
GOUD OPPORTUNITY; SELLING OUT TO
close estate: business est. since 1869: amount -
Deeded $40,000: owner will remain if arrangement
can be made.' Address F. P., box 137. Call Office.
<U* "I P.fJ BARGAIN: 3 DAYS ONLY;
tiDXtJV/. branch bakery; canjy and school sup-
ply store; including building; cheap ground rent.
Inquire nt 1-03 Page St., near Baker: no agents.
0&1 I |^O ASHBY AYE., BERKELEY; LOT
VPX 1 tJ\J. 60x135; choice location; part cash.
J. SHIELDS, owner, 119 Cumberland st, or
O'NEIL & CO., Ashby station, Berkeley.
UOR SALE IN (SAN JOSE— WELL-PA YING
x loan office: established in 1872: present owner
retiring account of old age. . Address A. GREEN-
BERG, San Jose, CaL . . •
ARTY WITH SOME READY MONEY CAN
secure interest In gold mine that will make him
wealthy; proof given before Investing. Gold, box
box 106, Call Office. . .
<DJ 1 Of) RARE . BARGAIN; CONFECTION-
«jpIt/v/. bakery, grocery, stationery, notions,
cigar and coffee-parlor; 4 living-rooms; cheap rent.
450 Sixth st.
EXTRA CHANCE FOR A GOOD GENERAL
blacksmith, where most of the rent is taken out
In work. Inquire at 706 Ivy aye., CHARLES
ALPESS. -' ' ■
ESTAURANT— ANY PERSON WANTING
big bargain for $125 will not fall to come and
see this; call to-day and be convinced. Apply
ADY PARTNER OVER 30; SMALL CAPl-
tai; good references: investigate. L. P., box
16, Call office. -
l/"OR CONFECTIONERY, ICECREAM
X and lunch parlors. Address P. O. box 66, Hol-
-1 ster. Cal.
ffl»l P.(\(\ FIRST-CLA SS SALOON AND RES-
«IP -I*-" 'U. tanrant: doing good business among
merchants: no agents. Address B. C, box 133, Call.
PRIVATE HOSPITAL for SALE in THIS
I city: suitable for 2 professional ladies: clears
$.00 per month. Address D. G., box 56, this office.
T AN HOUR'S NOTICE A. > OWAN BUYS
stores: negotiates mortgages on merchandise:
sells on commission. Room 15,26 Montgomery.
QjQnn FIRST-CLASS BUTCHER- SHOP;
tJpOUU. business and location good: lease; in-
vestigate. Address W. W., oox 132, Call Office.
"DARBER-SHOP FOR SALE; CHEAP;
X) county seat; 2 chairs; best business: reason
for sale, returning to Europe. Apply Call Office.
ARE CHANCE — WELL-PAYiNG ROAD-
house and poultry ' ranch for sale. " Inquire
Eleven-mile House, San Maieo electric-road. .
PARTNER WANTED IN A nice SALOON
X a: a prominent transfer corner, or will -ell as a
whole; a bargain; investigate. 317 1 - Tenth.
BARGAIN; SALOON; BAR RECEIPTS $15
.1) to $18 dally; rent $20: near San Francisco.
Apply H. M. COVERT, 218 California st.
"L^OR SALE— A GOOD PAYING SALOON AND
x cigar sta d, centrally located. Inquire WICH-
MAN, LUTGEN A CO., 318 Clay st.
lj>7' FOR SALE — OLD ESTABLISHED
>? it), carpenter shop, centrally located; a bar-
gain. Call at this office. ,
AKLAND ROUTE ON EVENING BUL-
letin for sale; clears $95; -2000. Apply 962
ELICACIES AND NOTIONS STORE: 4
U fine living rooms, large yard; low rent; cheap.
Apply Call Office. ■ *:-;:V- :
HARNESS-SHOP FOR SALE— CHANCE
J 1 for men with small capital. Address Shop,
box 81, Call.
(__/^-i\ BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY;
»JT DO" " . bakes IVa barrels daily. B. J.. box 68,
Call Office. ■■-•■-■ ' ;■ :
TNTERIOR AGENCY OF CALL FOR SALE;
X will pay 8150 per month; price $4000. Apply
this office. -: '■: ■-
OOD-PAYING BAKERY FOR SALE. IN-
X quire C SEIBT, U. S. Bakery, box 326.
Pet-luma. . .•'■■- ■.-.■■..'■■-
GOOD CORNER SALOON FOR HALF ITS
value; owner going East. 1324 Mason st -
"P ESTAURANT TO LET; FIXTURES FOR
XL sale; half a block from Sutter. Apply 212 Polk.
ffl" OK. FURNI-HED RESTAURANT NEAR
tID-it). depot J. F. PLUMBE, 1402 Valencia.
Li UTCHER-SHOP FOR SALE REASONABLE:
■ > doing good business. Particulars 227 Ellis st.
_.()AA PARTNER WANTED; IRON AND
i]p£\J\J. wire works;: see owner. - 1235 Mission.
H~ OTKL TO REN T fFURN IT URE FO R 8 ALE~,
226 Michigan, opp. Union Iron Works, Potrero.
NGINEER COUNTRY FLOUR MILL WITH
J- $500. M. C. Gli LIVRAY, 1028 Market st
TJ ARNESS SHOP FOR SALE CHEAP. APPLY
•rl l. D. STONE CO., San Francisco, Cal.
ALOON; LONG LEASE; LOW RENT. - AP-
p'y at Anchor Brewery. . 1431 Pacific st. . • , .
FOR BALK— COS 1 FEEXMILL and scales.
Inquire 533 Birch aye., near Laguna st.
T)ARTNER— WITH $250: MUST MEAN BUSl-
ness. Address T., box 14, Call Office.
"STTT7F GROCERY AND BAR: STOCK AND
t^L^iD. fixtures. Apply Call Office. ;
INEST ■ CIGAR-STAND IN THE CITY TO
_? rent. Address Owner. 311 Bush st.
EARNS BILLIARD HALL, BERKELEY
for sale. ; Apply on premises.
; L) RANCH BAKERY AND NOTIONS; RENT
XJ $15; 3 rooms. ■ Make offer. ■ -: '•-:
WEEK'S NEWS : FOR 6 CENTS — THI»
WEEKLY CALL, in wrapper, for mailing.
LOST. • -. = ;;■■ ~~
Y,OaT^FO^TSJ^£Sß^'^^Tr£ r Avi>BilACK'i
XJ c liar and tag. Return 615 Turk st ; reward.
OST— IN ALAMEDA, A LADIES' GOLD
watch, ; Thursday ■ p.m., . August 13, 1896, on
narrow-zauge : train ■ from High st ' Finder will be
rewarded by returning same at 3225 Eucinal aye.,
'Alameda. -y-. ■*: '" -.-• ,:.': .- - ;.■. ':.'■-■■- . A -.; - '.-■':-' ' -.-
OST— LADY'S BLACK PURSE, BETWEEN
Front ' and . Main sts., on ■ Market: contains
$6 or $7, key. card of Mrs. J. J. Olsens, 708 Castro
St., etc. Finder will • please return same to 216
Market St., W. O. Cafe, and receive reward. . :
OST— SMALL * BLUE AND TAN DOG; $10
reward. 366 Minna st V :■-:"■:■:■.:: ' :■■■-.
T OST IN THE EMPORIUM-LADIES' PURSE;
Xj finder return purse : and keep contents. 614
Willow aye.,' near Laguna. ■;. x ;,y .. .- . - -.- :rr- -■ -;.;:■
,T OST. AUGUST 10, FOX-TERRIER BITCH;
XJ black and white. Return ■ 141Vs Minna st;
reward.-. :.'■.' ". ..:■.- •:; ; ,- ■ ' -■ ...' <•-,:. '. . .
OST— WHITE FOX-TERRIER BITCH. BE-
turn to 844 Harrison at.: liberal reward. ' : ;
OST— FROM TIBURON AUG. 9, A 12-FOOT
J Whitehall boat- Return to JAMES ENG-
LISH, -- Belvedere ■-• Boathouse, ; Tlburon, Marin
County, CaL" ' . • ■..■-.-■■■ - ■--.- .--
FOUND. '.:-:- : ;.. .-
t? 6 u^cd^iXd^v's^po^k^t^b^ok^c^ntTin^
X ing small sum of money. : Owner call 539 Min-
na st ,N. BERLIN. : - ' y ■■-■■:■■■■ .-: --■■■-- - -■ ■'
'■-.: "^ PHOTOGRAPHERS SUPPLIES.
V'EW HOUSE JUST OPENED, 124% GEARY;
— full line latest and best: cameras repaired;
free darK room; send catalogue ; , Cal. Camera Co.
LODGING-HOUSES FOR SALE.
O -ROOjTcORNER HOUSET^.?~}riTrr?T4OO
£O 9 rooms ciea ing $50 per month 300
10 rooms on Taylor, clearing $50.. 400
12 rooms, only $150 cash and payments GOO
20 rooms, corner, 0n1y...'.'...... — 150')
14 rooms. $100 cash, balance payments 300
60 houses, 5 to 140 rooms, from $50 to 6000
-.-- I SELL AND EXCHANGE
REAL ESTATi. AND BUSINESS PLACES.
DECKER. 1020 Marke. st, opposite Fifth.
I =: ROOMS: RENT $60. ....... .....PR1CE 600
LO 20 rooms: rent *60 ....Price $4f>o
21 rooms; central ...................Price $1476
37 rooms;, Bush st... - *550
59 rooms; $1000 cash, balance on time. '
- , A. M. SPECK & CO.. 602 Market st.
l_.crrv 11 ROOMS, ELEGANTLY FUR-
»I?»J«JU. nlshed: wainut; north of Market; rent
$45; clears $50; cause sickness. SKIFF «ft CO.,
9-1 Market st
I Cfv ROOMING!- HOUSES FOR CASH AND
1 O\J payments: see our houses and prices before
buying. .. " UNDERWOOD «fc CO. , 765 Market st.
Q/\ HOUSES: S3OO TO $8000. PHELPS d.
OK) CO., 917 Larkin sU
JiURNITURE— 7 NICELY FURNISHED
X rooms for sale. Western Addition; roams
always full, permanent roomers. SIRS, N., box
18, Call. . ■
HOUSE— 16 ROOMS. ADDRESS HOUSE, BOX
J_-A(l 9-ROOM HOUSE: SUNNY SIDE;
'SPO\J\J. furniture almost new. 706 Ellis st.,
room 5 . .
00 ROOMS; NO REASONABLE OFFEU RE-
*-& fused; investigate. 1235 Market st.
IjOARTJiNG-HOUSE; 26 ROOMS; RENT $35;
O selling account sickness. 11l Twenty-sixth
St., near Mission.
_^ FURNITURE fob sale^
TurlTsalkT^ -~-~^~-~~~^ • ~ s ~~ > -
x prices stand till goods are completely dis-
posed of. .
Oak bed 5et5....... .............••sl* 50
Bedlounges " ' 800
Stoves •;. ■ 750
Carpets, per yard".!.'. '.'.'.'„ '.'.'.'.'...1 55
Linoleum, per yard 55
Matting, per yard ; 10
Till our new building Is erected these prices will
stand. Till such time we are conducting business
at se. corner . Seventh and Mission sis. X.
T L. J. NEUMANN'S. 117 SIXTH, FOR
lowest prices on household goods, new or goo*
as new; caati or time, open evenings.
AIU\ -CARPETS; CHAMBER BETS, $11;
rt\'\J stoves. $5: parlor sets. $20: foldlng-bedi.
$11): bed- «iii!)ge*. »<, T. O. MCCARTHY ll_4tti._
CLAIRVOYANT S 7*~~ ~~
HUME ONCE MORE. ■ '■""'
THE RENOWNED MME. SCHMIDT,
-,; FROM EUROPE'S CITIES.
This gifted woman has returned to San Fran-
cisco once more and permanently located upon
the coast. : Mme. Schmidt was for years the clair-
voyant idol at whose feet all paid homage, Irre-
sp ctiveof classes or conditions. Tne poor and
unfortunate were set In the way of prosperity,
hope and happiness, as well as the wealthy and
opulent, many of whom had acquired their worldly
possessions through her sage advice and psychical
MM ti. SCHMIDT has been pre-eminently suc-
cessful In reuniting tbe separated, settling lovers'
quarre'B. adjusting all matters pertaining to mar-
riage and divorce, giving sound advice on invest-
ment of your earnings, stock speculations, mining
ventures and. In fact, nothing is beyond the power
of solution through the weird and wonderful me-
diumutic gift that has distinguished MME.
SCHMIDT since birth. If absent from the city
write and confide your troubles to her. Letters
with stamps answered. Offices and residence 858
Mission st '
P" ROF. M. L. CARNELLE, CLAIRVOYANT
X and business medium, gives advice on business
speculations, Investments, insurance, love, settles
lovers' quarrels, reunites the separated and causes
a speedy and happy, marriage with the one of your
choice; the earth reveals to him the treasure hid-
den in her bosom: he locates mines, interprets
dreams, tells of your friends and enemies, removes
evil influences and tells you where to go to be suc-
cessful: send stamp for circular. 220 Eddy
hours from 9 to 9. ■
IT AN A THE GYPSY. "
This remarkable woman has Just arrived from
the Orient and promises marvelous developments
In unraveling tbe mystery of human fate; she ad-
vises you on : speculation, business affairs, love,
courtship, matrimony : she reunite) the separated ;
causes speedy and happy marriage with the ona
of your cnoice; lucky numbers given. 8 Turk st
4 RRIVED, THE GREAT AND ONLY CLEO-
.£». patra, whose wonderful Egyptian cards will
tell you- all , you wish to know: the infallible
Egyptian charms given to all; ladles 25c; gents
60c. 135 Hayes St.. near Van Ness aye.
ME. PORTER. WONDERFUL CLAIRVoY-
ant card- reader, born with a denote veil and
second sight; ladles 50c, gents $1; palmistry and
clairvoyant sittings $1 50. 1-8 Turk st, nr. Jones.
"PROFESSOR WILLIAM TELLS PAST, PRES-
X ent and future; gives names and answers writ-
ten questions: 50c and upwHid.||33 Turk st.
\| ME. AUNDT. BEST - UKTUNE TELLER IS
iVI the world: 50c and $1. shows picture ot root
future husband or wire. 4 Twelfth. Tel. Mint 621.
ME. SCHMIDT, CLAIRVOYANT, TELLS
past, present and future: success to all; for-
tunes by mail: low urices. 856 Mission st. .
RS. C. CORNELIUS, WELL-KNOWN
clairvoyant and business medium; sittings.
1346 Market St.
/CLAIRVOYANT; LADIES AND GENTS; FEE
\J 25c. 41 Minna st, basement,
J.VI business advice: names given :25c up. 5 Fourth.
YPSY LIFE-READER, REMOVED FROM 5
seventh to 11 Stockton: ladies 26c: gents 50c.
\\ ME. MOREAU, BEST MEDIUM: REVEALS
iVI past, present, future: 25c up. 764 Howard st
ME. DR. THOMAS. CLAIRVOYANT; 25
yrs Kearny, now 929 Post fee $1 ; letter $2.
ME. SYBILLE TELLS ROM CRADLE TO"
grave; ladies, 25c; gents, 50c. 914 O'FarrelL
ISS C. MASCOTTA (LATE FROM CUBA),
card reader. 1"5 Larkln St.. room 2.
TTEALTH ADVICE. ASSIST FOB ALX.
MRS. DR. W. MIRANDAS,
• 1728 MARKET ST. a F.
$I— -sl— sl— sl-sl— ?l— sl— fl
THIS WERK ONLY.
Now is your chance to be convinced.
HEALTH, HAPPINESS AND PROSPERITY
Before going elsewhere consnlt this most wonder-
ful medium, MRS. DR. W. MIRANDAS, who Is a
permanent resident at 1728 Market St.; call on her
and : receive convincing proofs of her wonderful
Beware of other so-called mediums and healers
who promise everything the world affords and
assure you nothing. When spurious mediums
and healers have failed this most remarkable of
women has given immediate satisfaction. Her
parlors are daily crowded by the very best people
of San Francisco.
MRS. DR. W. MIRANDAS still continues to
hold the public attention by her wonderful work.
She is the strongest medium and most successful
healer of the age. Her success is best evidenced by
the crowds, both rich and poor, which constant
throng her. parlors. Hundreds are- dying daily
whose lives could be prolonged and restored to
health by her wonderful revealed medicines. . La-
dies can consult her with confidence in all diseases
peculiar to their sex.: With her wonderful power
and exhaustive study she has enabled daily by her
revealed medicines men and women to help them-
selves and be their own physicians.
MRS. DR. MIRANDAS cures all troubles of
sickness from whatever caus-* arising: gives advice
on divorces, speculation: tells whether stocks will
rise or fall; causes speedy and happy marriages,
and unites the separated. Call and be convinced.
You will learn something of your life and disease
you never Knew before. Diagnoses disease trom
lock of hair. Letters with stamp answered.
Consultation $1 81 $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 *1.
MRS. DR. W. MIRANDAS.
1728 MARKET ST., NEAR VAN NESS AYE.
Cut this out as it will not appear every day.
a VERITABLE QUEEN among WO-IliN 13
MRS. DR. A. V. HOWE.
FEE $1 * UPWARD! FEE $1 & UPWARD!
HOPE, HELP, LOVE AND LUCK FOR ALL!
Why that look of sadness? Why that downcast
eyeT Are you in trouble, sick or "down"? If so
read this and learn that life is yet worth living!
MRS. DR. A. D. HOWE, who has helped so many
thousands on this roast . in the ten years pant, is
again at her old offices, 1320 Market street, San
Francisco, and is now as ready as ever to assist
every Buffering I mortal who will either call on or
write to her. .Your whole life revealed; success
brought to the unlucky: love to the loveless: the
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___0 Market st, opp. Seventa,
ME DR. ATLANTA, MEDIUM, TELLS
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