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REALTY MARKET REVIEW,
Real Estate Dealers Talk About
the Mortgage Tax
Law.
THEY FAVOR ITS KEPEAI.
Several Auction Sales to Be Held
This Week— Review of
the Records.
Tbe chief feature of the market the past
week was a notable increase in the inquiry for
small properties. This demand comei, bo
brokers say, mainly from people having a few
thousand dollars in the bank, and which they
seem to prefer to invest in real estate rather
than allow it to remain in the bank. One or two
of the savings banks have given notice to their
depositors that the six months' notice pro
vided for by law must be given the bank be
fore deposits can be withdrawn. This action
on the part of the banks has created some un
easiness among depositors and has prompted
the latter in a number of instances to seek de
sirable property in which to invest their
savings. .
The repeal of the mortgage tax law, to which
allusion was made last week, is generally
favored by real-estate men, as will be seen
from the following interviews:
A. S. Baldwin of the firm of Baldwin 4 Ham
mond, when asked for his opinion of the mat
ter, said :
I favor the reoeal of the law for the reason that
It would have a beneficial effect «pon the City and
state. It would bring outside capital here for in
vent ment in loans, something that It is quite im
possible to get under present conditions. I believe,
too, that it would materially reduce the rate of in
terest. As matters now stand, while the lender
nominally pays Hie tax, yet the rafc of interest is
always made high enough to more than cover the
tax and leave a net interest of good proportions.
The uncertainty as to what the tax rate is going
to be each year makes lenders ask a high enough
rate to insure themselves against loss, and, where
the taxes do not come up to the point estimated by
the lender, the borrower is a loser. It is a matter
of vast importance to the Stiite, and the subject
should be taken up by real estate men and an ef
fort made to show the people the advantages that
would accrue from a repeal of the law.
Spencer C. Buckbee of the firm of Bhainwald,
Buckbee & Co., said:
Yes. I favor the repeal of the mortgage tax law
for a number of reasons. Parties who have money
to loan on real estate seek stability of vaiue In the
security offered and stability in the rate of in
terest. Under our system of taxing mortgages it
is impossible to figure exactly what the net re
turns on a mortgage loan will be. No one can es
timate accurately what the tax rate will be from
year to year, and only local parties and institu
tions will make loans here and they do it because
they know the local conditions and can guess bet
ter what taxes are liable to be from one year to an
other.
The removal of the mortgaie tax wonld cause
large sums of Eastern and foreign capital to come
here for investment in loans. It wonid cause a
competition In the loan business that would reduce
interest rates. The borrower would thus be bene
fited. He pays the tax anyway indirectly, for the
interest rate is" always made high enough to include
the tax, and if the lender guesses too high in
regard to the tax rate— and he will never guess too
low— the borrower is the loser.
Gustav H. TJmbsen of the firm of G. H. TJmb
sen & Co. expresses himself as follows:
Icertainy favor a repeal of the mortgage tax
law. for the reason that it will be the means of
bringing outside capital to -his State— something
that we are mucli in need of for developing our
numerous resource*. As matters are at present it
is possible to obtain money for mortgage loans
only from people within our own state. The re
peal of the lam would, in my opinion, reduce the
rates of Interest, and in this as welt as many other
ways be of advantage to the borrower. The many
good reasons why the law should be repealed
should be so clear to any one who gives the matter
any consideration, that, little or no argument
should be required to induce a majority of voters
to vote for the repeal of the law at the coming
election.
Will £. Fisher of the nrm of WillE. Fisher A
Co. said :
I cannot express myself too emphatically in
favor of the repeal of the mortgage tax law. Its
existence has been a drawback to our State and
has retarded the growth and development of this
City. We have built ourselves up to the point we
are" at simply from our own resources and without
the aid. to any material extent, of outside capital.
We have reason to be proud of that we have ac
complished, to be sure, but think how much
greater would have been the progress of San Fran
cisco and California if we had during all these
years had tbe aid of outside capital in addition to
our own.
I know from my owu experience, gained while I
was East recently, that plenty of money could be
obtained there for loans on mortgages here at 3^
to 4 per cent, provided we did not hava a mort
gage-tax law. Borrowers in this City are paying
6 Vi t0 7 P er cent. The lender pays the tax which
did not until last year average much over iy a per
cent. Up in the cor.ntry farmers can seldom ob
tain loans except from local banks, to whom they
are obliged to pay 9, JO and as hich as 12 percent.
The tax on the mortgage which the lender pays
amounts to but litt eco pared with what we pay
.. here in the City. If it was not for tbe barrier of
the mortgage-tax law farmers could obtain money
for almost half what they have to nay for it ut
present. If California warns to make more rapid
progress than she has made up to date, outside
capital must be had, and it can only be obtained
on loans by the repeal of the mortgage-tax law.
Charles Spader, of the firm of Center <fe
Spader, had the following to say:
The mortgage tax law should, in my opinion, be
repealed, and until it is we need not hope to ob
tain money from outside the State to loan on real
estate. Eastern capitalists who have money to
loan are almost always willing to accept a low
rate of interest on good loans, but they want to
know what their money is going to net them, and
they will not put it ont with the attending un
certainty that exists here as to what rate a loan
will ne after the payment of the mortgage tax. I
think borrowers would be benefited, tor It would
in the end reduce the rate of interest, particularly
on country loans,
A. M. Speck of the firm of A. M. Speck & Co.
said:
I have not given the matter extended considera
tion, but so far as I have investigated I believe the
repeal of the mortgage-tax law would prove of
rr.-at benefit to the City ana Stale. It would
cause outside capital to come in, and there Is com
petition even In money lending, such competition
bring naturally beneficial to borrowers, for it en
ables them in many instances to obtain money at
lower rates than they could otherwise.
Iv an interview with H. D. Laurie and A. J.
Carmany the managers of the California
Title Insurance and Trust Company, tney both
expressed themselves as decidedly in favor of
the repeal of the mortgage-tax law.
I'hey stated that they knew from their own ex
perience that it was impossible to obtain outside
capital to loan on mortgages in this State so long
as the mortgage-tax law is in existence. They
said that the need of outside capital to aid in the
development of tue State was generally conceded,
and the mortgage-tax law is a ba.rier that wiil per
petually exclude capital from the State so long as
said law remains in force.
Mr. Harding, tbe attorney for this company, said
that he went East about two years ago for the
express purpose of trying to induce large financial
institutions to place capita l at the disposal of their
company for loaning on real estate in th;s state.
He fcund nearly all those he interviewed quite
willing to enter into arrangements witn him, and
found that they were witling to effect loans at 3 1 , a
to 4 1 ." per cent, but as soon as he informed them
of the provisions of the mortgage tax law, nego
tiations were brought abruptly to a close, and he
was unable to fin l one individual or concern
willing to invest a single dollar in California in the
shape of mortgage loans under existing conditions.
BBVIZW OF THE KECOBUS.
There were 126 transfers recorded last week.
The number of mortgages recorded was
seventy-one, aggregating if 159,203. The prin
cipal loans, together with the security given,
were as follows:
By the Hibirnia Bank, $10,000 for one year
at 6Ji per cent on property at the southeast
corner of Pace and Webiter streets, east 72:6
by aouth 137:6; by the same, $10,000 for one
year at ii] 4 per cent ou the property on the
southwes: iine oi First street, 55 feet south of
Minna, southeast 25 by southwest 75, and by
the Mutual Havings Bank, $25,000 for one year
at 7 per cent on property on the south line of
Market street, 100 feet west of Third, west 25
by south 100.
Forty-four releases, aggregating $187,846,
were granted last week. The principal ones
were:
By the Golden Rule Building Association to
Sarah and Frank Loftis, $11,000 on property
at tlie^southeast corner ol Victor and Bryant
streets, east 56:3 by south 275; by the Hiber
nia Bank to Simon Kelly, $20,000 on property
on the southwest line of Filth street, 50 leet
■outheast of Stevenson, southeast 25 by south
west 75 ; by the same to George Edwards, $31.
--000 on property at the southwest corner of
Hyde and Ellis street*, south 137:6, west
137:6, north 47:6, east 80, north 90, east 57:6,
end by the German Savings Bank to Margaret
Mnguire, $19,000 on property at the northeast
corner ot Hyde and E.lis streets, 137 :6x137 :6
Seventeen building contracts pledging an
outlay of $151,105 were filed last week. The
largest one was for the brick 'find masonry
work of the Spring Valley Water Company's
building at Geary and Stockton streets, the
amount being $89,716. The particulars of
each contract were, as usual, published in
The Call at the time of filing.
HISCELLAIOCOUa NOTES.
Mollie E. and Martin Regeneburger have
given a deed of trust for $10,000 to the Sav
ings and Loan Society of property 88x32:3,
located at the southwest corner of Geary and
Bteiner streets.
Jacob Heymsn report* a good demand for
boulevard lots and has sold over one-half of
block 722 of outside lands. These lots are lo
cated only half a block from the park and the
ocean. ■',--■ ■:■- •','. ■■■ ■••■• ■■■=■•--•- v-; \
W. E. LutJ! is about to build a $4000 resi
dence on Baker street from plans prepared by
B. J. S. Cahill. The same architect is about to
let a contract for the erection- of a handsome
colonial residence to be built on the summit
of Piedmont • Heights ; for. Mrs. M. E. Perry of
San Francisco. It is to cost $5000. ■ -■'■!■■ -■
To-morrow Easton, Eldridge & Co. will hold
an auction sale of miscellaneous properties.
The catalogue is as follows:
East line of Lott street, 100. feet south .of Ful
ton, 25x106:3, with improvements, consisting of
two bay-window flats of five and six rooms; Pa
cific Heights lot on the south line of Green street,;
83:6 east of Scott, 27x127:6, unimproved; tene
ment building on the north line of Fifteenth street,
105 feet east of Noe, 25x114, improved . with a
two-story bay-window building •of five and six
rooms respectively: large . corner lot at : the Mis
sion, 52x125 feet in size, on the southeast corner
of Twenty-first and Church streets; three Castro
Heights residence lots on the north side of - Eliza
beth street, 105 east of Castro: the , lots
are unimproved and ■.. are each 25x114
feet in size; • tenement , property on the
northeast line of Dore street, 316 feet south of
Bryant, between Eighth and Ninth, 25x86 feet,
improved with a three-story building of six tene
ments; portion of Outside Land Block No. 1092,
on the south side of Golden Gate " Park, fronting
240 feet on R street. .624:4 on Thirtieth avenue
and 508:4 on Thirty- avenue, the piece com
prising forty-two City lots; Castro Heights resi
dence lot, 60x111 feet, on the northwest corner of
Ocean road and Silver alley, running through to
Falcon road: west line of Alabama street, 182:1
south of Twentieth, two lots, each 25:11x100;
four building luts in Park Lane tract, subdivision
No. 6, each 25 feet front and varying from 74 to
137 feet in depth; business location on the north
west line of Brannan street, 122 feet southwest of
Second, lot 52:6x80. with rear projection 21x27:6,
and improved with a house of ten rooms.
On Thursday of the present week, August
20, O'Farrell & Co. will offer at auction the
following list of properties:
Lot 40x57 :6, on east side of Fourth street, south
of Folsom, with large four-story frame building,
containing two stores and lodging-house of thirty
six rooms: lot 59:8x68:9, on the southeast corner
of Stockton and Clay streets, with : a three-story
frame building, containing stores and dwelling
apartments above; lot 55:10x68:9, on the east
side of Stockton street, south of Clay, with a one
story structure containing two stores; two lots,
each 25x137:6, on the south side of Oak street,
187:6 west of Devlsadero, unimproved: lot 40:6 x
100, on * the west • side of Guerrero . street,
129 feet north of .Nineteenth, with a cot
tage of live rooms: lot : 35x117:6, ; on the
east side of Fair Oaks - street, 61 feet north of
Twenty-second : . lot - 40x57:6 feet on - the east
side of Alice street, off Folsom, between Thlra
and Fourth, Improved with front and rear houses;
lot 25x105 on the east - side of Noe street, 101
south of Eighteenth; lot 20x57:6 on the east side
of Taylor street, 97:6 north of Geary, improved ]
with a three-story bay-window residence of six- |
teen rooms; lot 25x80 on the north side of Clemen
tina street. 150 east of Fourth: lot 25x80 on the
north side of Mission street, 175 east .of Sixth,
with two houses ; of ten and twelve rooms: two
lots, each 25x137:6. .v. the south Bide of Oak
street, 73 east of a shbury, facing the park; two
lots, each 25x137:6, on the south side of Oak
street, 156:3 east of Shrader.
One of the most important auction sales of
the season will be hi Id on Saturday next, the
22d inst, by Easton, Eldridge & Co., at which
they will offer another portion of the famous
Murphy ranch in the Santa Clara Valley. The
quantity to be offered comprises about 350
acres, which has been subdivided into tracts
of ten acres and upward. The sale will take
place on the grounds, and a special excursion
train will be run, which will leave this City at
10 o'clock Saturday morning. The fare for the
round . trip will be $1, and a free collation will
be served on the grounds. There has been a
good deal of inquiry about this sale, and it
will no doubt prove fully as successful as was
the one held a few weeks ago, at which ' about
400 acres of the same ranch were disposed of at
good figures. ■ r '
Marcuse & Remxnel report * the following
sales and contracts closed by them since. their
last report, six weeks ago:- .: \ y._ ."■■■•.
Alameda contracts— North side ; Clinton avenue,
near Willow, 50x130, L. K. Porter,- $1000: north
side Central avenue, near Caroline street, 25x146,
Ben Miller, $2600; east side Webster street, . near
San Antonio, 60x100, J. Godfrey, $4950; south
side Santa Clara avenue, near Caroline street,
37x122, Kicarao Dominates, $2900; south side
Railroad avenue, near Verdi street. 33x125, Wil
liam Taylor, $3000; southeast corner Benton and
Pacific 'avenues, 49x103, T. C. Bateman, $4500;
west side Weber street, near San A ntonio avenue,
50x133, O. M. Deacon. $4750; nor fa
east corner of Concordia and Railroad
avenues, 60x150, Theodore Meetz, $5000;
south side of Haicht avenue, near Webster street,
32:6x105, Isad or Joseph, $2301); west side of Caro
line street, near Central avenue, 50x100, F. J.
Chipman, $3750; south side Haight avenue, near
Webster street, 32x103, Theodore Meetz, $2450;
east side of Caroline street, near Louisa, 60x100,
Mrs. Dwinelle, $3650; east side of Caroline street,
near Santa Clara. 40x108, J. Brandenstein, $4250;
south side of Briggs avenue, ne ir High street, 33x
203, Charles P. Doe, $3600; east side. of Caroline
street, mar Louisa. 50x50, J. L. Mecrs. 55500. " %
c-an Francisco , contracts— Castro and Fifteenth
streets, 27x110. F. H. Noyes, $3500: west side of
Di Long avenue, near Frederick street, 30x80.
Jesse Cook, $5000; Capp - street, near Twenty
third, 25x110, W. H. George, MS7S: north side of
Jackson street, near Leavenwortb, 24:6x82, G. A.
Me aw, $7200; west side of stanyau street, near
Carl, 25x100, Mrs. Ebatt, $4795.
Oakland contracts— Fairmount avenue, near
Pearl street, 65x158; F. Carasso, $3000: Fair
mount avenue, near Pearl street. 32x158, •Ed
Hamilton, $2600.
Sales — Northeast corner Court street and John
son avenue, 37:6x100, C. L. Ayers, $2975: south
side Encinal avenue, near Post street, 75x8 5, J. T.
Ifanna, f2950: west side Court street, near Lin
coln avenue, 53x117, W. B. Birdsall, $2750; west
side Bay street,' near Railroad avenue. 33:4x100,
H. D. Hutt, $3*200- south side Encinal avenue,
near Post street, 37:6x86. A. . J. Wagner, $2300;
northeast corner St. Charles and Railroad avenue,
35x100, F. H. Stanle, $3000; west side Bay street,
near Railroad avenue, 33:4x100, Captain Fred {
Miller. $2950; southwest corner Pacific ; avenue |
and Sherman street, 37x120, Gus Zander, 3850;
west' side of Bay street, near Railroad avenue, |
33 :4x100, David Clark, $2900. ■ ■ >. -
In an interview Mr. Marcuse stated that this
year had been by far the most prosperous sea
son the firm has had, and that, too, in spite of
the hard times. : He attributes it to two rea
sons—in the first place, because Alameaa is a
favored locality for homes; and, secondly, be
cause the tighter the money market the sooner
do people of . moderate means endeavor to get
their own. home, when abie to but the same, as
a matter oi real economy. • ... „.'... . - ■•-.
There is quite a building stir at Sunnyside.
Ten houses are now in course of construction,
and among those being built or recently fin
ished are the following:
Four-room cottage : being built for G. A. Fjibrls,
106 Congo street, near Circular avenue, J. D. More
land builder; five-room cottage being built for M.
O'Connor on .loose avenue, near Circular, by Miller
Bros.; two-story house just completed on Congo
street, between Circular and- Acadia, by William
H. and John Miller; four-room cottage just com
pleted on Joost avenue, between Foerster and Gen
esee. streets,. for G. F. Russell: two-story house
and improvements in course of | construction on
Genesee street and Joost avenue for John Wil
son; four-room cottage .on Joost • avenne, near
Foerster street, in coarse of . construction : five
room cottage on ■■ Hamburg street, near Moul ton,
in course ■ of construction; . five-room ' cottage on
Flood avenue, near Congo street, in course of con
struction; six-room cottage on Moultou street,
near Detroit, just finished: five-room cottage on
Moulton street, between Edna and Detroit; two
story house of nine rooms on Moulton street, near
Baden; two-story house on Joost avenue, near
Ba..i-n, for Mrs. Ida B. | Taylor, just finished; cot
tage on Detroit street, between Moulton ana Flood
avenue, just finished.
;
COURSING AT THE PARKS
Result! of the Stakes Decided at Ocean
View and Ingleside Yes
terday.
The followers of the leash had the ir fill
of coursing yesterday, the two parks run
ning with a full attendance and sport of a
high order.
The meeting of the Interstate Club at
Ingleside brought out a large number of
members.
Granuaile had the stake well in hand,
the bitch running as she never did before,
until an unfortunate fall in her course
with Flying Buck broke one of her legs
and threw her out. The fancy picked
Skyball as a winner and made bim a b g
favorite in all bis courses, but he got a
hare that led him a hard chase and he ,
went down before the swift Granuaile in a
close run. Following is the result of the
run-down:
J. T. Grace's Nellie Conroy beat P. McDon
ald's Deceiver, J. Wren's Granuaile beat M.
Traynor's Flashlight, Cronin & McDonald's
Lissak beat M. Traynor's Whip Jr. , Cronin &
McDonald's Skyball beat D. Shannon's Sarcas
tic, Robinson & Peyton's Flying Buck beat
Dillon & Reilly's Right Bower, Robinson &
Peyton's Fear Not beat J. Dean's Ivy, J.
Byrnes' Mohawk beat J. Rosseter's Alameda,
Porta'. <fc Haggerty's Laurel wood beat J. Lar
key'? Spinaway, J. H. Rosseler's Emm Pasha
beat J. H. Dalton's Babe Murphy, P. C. Curtis'
Ruby beat Devine & Derbin's Governor Jim, C.
C. tiriswold's Belmont beat J. F. Grace's Said
Pasha, Portal <fe Haggerty's Eldridge beat J. H,
Rosseter's S*n Victor, D. J. Healy's Moondyne
beat Portal & Haggerty's Magnet.
First ties — Granuaile beat Nelly conroy, Fly
ing Buck beat Lissak, Sykbali beat Fear Not,
Laurelwood beat Mohawk, Ruby beat Emm
Pasha, Belmont beat Eldridge, Moondyne a
bye.
Second ties — Granuaile beat Skyball, Flying
Buck beat Laurelwood, Moondyne beat Ruby,
Belmont a bye.
Third ties — Flying Buck beat Granuaile.
Moondyne beat Belmont.
Final— Flying Buck beat Moondyne.
Prizes— Flying Buck $90, Moondyne $50,
Granuaile and Belmont $20 each.
The usual enthusiastic, bard-betting
crowd put in an enjoyable day at Ocean
View, where the new management is
making a hit with the coursing men.
I. Quaue's flyer, Captain Morse, added
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, MONDAY, AUGUST 17, 1896.
another purse to the large amounts he has
already won for his owner, beating the
fast and clever Maude G in the finals.
The hares ran remarkably well for this
season of the year, and the judging was
evidently appreciated by all. Following
is the result of the run-down:
Bay Farm Kennel's Snowbird beat J. Dillon's
Bill Nye, P. Reilly's Harkaway and D. Flynn's
Simple Simon byes, J. Quane's Captain Morse
beat J. Hannon's Margnerite, A. Merrill's
Handspring beat J. Shea's Tullamore, T.
Cooney's Eclipse beat Lehman & Casserly s
Nellie C, M. Kerrigan's Lord Clifton beatT.
Heenan's Regent, Cronin & McDonald's Re
liance beat P. Farrell's Bendalon, A. Mer
rill's Ben Brush beat A. Moore's
Weekly Monitor, P. Ryan's Gripman oeat
J. Quane's Move£on, |J. Sullivan's Little Tom
beat D. Flynn's Aneeline, P. Ryan's Molly
Bawn beat F. Kelly's Evening Star, A. Merrill s
Tommy Hall beat Cronin & McDonald's Rosa
B,J. Segerson's White Chief beat H. .Murray's
Fairy. J. Lennon's Maud G beat Bay Farm
kennel's Long John, Lehman & Casserly's
California Violet beat P. Reiliy's Wee Nell.
First ties— SnowbirAbeat Harkaway, Captain
Morse beat Simple Simon, Eclipse beat Hand
spring, Lord Cliiton beat Reliance, Ben Brush
beat Gripman. Little Tom beat Mollie Bawn,
Tommy Hall beat White Chief, Maud G beat
California Violet.
Second ties— Captain Mor*e beat Snowbird,
Lord Clifton beat Eclipse, Little Tom beat Ben
Brush, Maud G;beat Tommy Hall.
Third ties— Captain Morse beat Lord Clifton,
Maud G beat Little Tom.
Final— Captain Morse beat Maud G.
Prizes— Captain Morse, $25; Maud G, $15:
Lord Clifton and Little Tom, $6 each.
The unfinished ties of the stake left oyer
from last Sunday were decided, Sam win
ning first prize, Sly Boy second and Tom
Hay es third.
On Sunday next the regular stake will
be run and some surprises are expected as
a number of dogs that have not been seen
on a couraing field for some time will be
entered. The drawing will take place at
Delta Hall, 1019 Market street, on Friday
evening next.
- ". .- NOTICE OF MEETINGS. ;
GOLDEN GATE COMMANDEHT^jr.
&~^ r No. 16, Knights Templar, Golden JH"
Gate building, 625 Sutter st— Stated assem- Kj}'
bly THIS EVENING at 8 o'clock. All W
fraters are cordially invited.* Order of the -;.."-".'
Red Cross will be conferred. ;
CHARLES H. MURPHY, Commander. i
William T. Fonda, Recorder. ■'
i^ss=~ OCCIDENTAL LODGE NO. < 22, m
»^ F. and A. M.-Called meeting THlS_^_
(MONDAY) EVENING, August 17. atTf Jf
7 :30 o'clock. First degree. By order of the r^Sr \
W. M. EDWARD F. DELGER. Secretary.
jg^3p» SAN FRANCISCO CHAPTER. • r
B»*' No. 1. Royal Arch Masons, meets _^%_
THIS EVENING. Business and M. M. de- >S2r
gree. \- H. G. PRINCE, Secretary. , /V'
•F^» - KING SOLOMON'S LODGE : NO. » :.
W~& 260, F. and A. if., corner Geary and_
Kleiner sis., called meetingon THIS (MOK-If Jf
DAY) EVENING, at 7:30 o'clock. Third /V>
degree. By order of the master.
' HARRY BAEHR, Secretary.
■Faf» MODOC TRIBE NO 57,~1.~b."^-^T~
OS' B. M.— Officers and members are^jhasy^
requested to assemble at their wigwam, -zwS?*-
Red Men's building, 320 Post st, TUESDAY,
August 18, 1896. at 12 m. sharp, to attend the
funeral of our late brother, W. P. STITT.
B. W. CAMERON, Sachem. '
H. J. Hiiey, C. of R. , »
DIVIDEND NOTICES.
t^^^DIvI[D^NrrN^TICE^njIVIDEND~NC\
BS-r 6^ 34 (twenty-five cents per share) of the
HUTCHINBON 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.
|^ ETE^ r EO~FOR^S4?
K^bt collections made, city or country. Pacific
Collection Co., 416 Montgy st. room 6. Tel. 6580.
g^K= dr. BAYER removed his office
gF-S? to 14' Grant : residence 1703 Geary st.
SITUATIONS WANTED-FE3IAXE.
IRST-cT^SS GERMAN NUHSE, INFANT.
or invalid; three . years' reference; :• can take
full charge; first-class seamstress. MRS. G. NOR-
TON, 315 Suttf-r st. • .
QWEDISHHOUSKGIRL; IS A FIRST-CLASS
O cook and laundress: two years last place; will
do cooking or housework. MRS. G. NORTON,
315 Sutter st. • .
WEDIBH UPSTAIRS GIRL; FIRST-CLASS
waitress and seamstress; ' has the very best of
City reference. MRS. G. NORTON, 315 Sutter st
FIRST-CLASS . LUNCH COOK DESIRE*
situation; best' references; - city or country.
MISS CULLEN, 323 Sutter st
GR. HANSEN A CO., 110 GEARY ST..
. furnish the best family and - hotel help. Call
at office, phone or mall us your orders: prompt at-
tention guaranteed: telephone Grant 185.' ■ • '
"CURST-CLASS' FRENCH FAMILY COOK
X 1 wants situation city or country. C. B. HAS-
SEN & CO., 110 Geary st ' ' ■■■:..-■ •
L'NGLISH PROTh-STANT WOMAN DESIRES
Xj work by the day or week; can fill place of any
servant who maybe leaving in a hurry: under-
stands all kinds of housework: has worked for
some of the best families in : this city: can furnish
good references. Address Woman, box 17, Call. -.y
TfSTIMABLE LADY. WILLING/ AND INDUS-
Xj trious, would like situation as' nurse or woula !
work by the day: excellent cook: can give first-
class references; no postals. Call 19 Sixth st. •
ANTED— BY KESPECTABLK AMERICAN
• » woman, as cook or will do general housework;
city or country; will also > take engagements by
day washing or Ironing: city references. 231 Third.
p ERMAN WOMAN, GOOD WORKER, WANT.S
VJT work by the day washing or housecleanins:.
Please call 229 Shipley st, bet. Fifth and- Sixth,
Folsom and Harrison. . . , -.-■.•; . ■-,. i
(COMPETENT WOMAN, GOOD COOK AND
J laundress, would do housework; 'city or coun-
try. Apply 12 Hollisst, off Ellis, bet." Buchanan
and Webster. iB^^SBIffiSMKRBBBHBSRRB6HBBS
p ERMAN WOMAN, FIRST-CLASS EAST-
VX crn cook . for . good lunchhouse or t restaurant,
wishes steady place. 90 Louisa St., corner Fourth.
YV ANTED— BY ELDERLY WOMAN LIGHT
»» housework: home more than wages; city or
country. . 216 Minna St., 05 Third. . : ■ ■■•;■
"EXCELLENT COOK DESIRES SITUATION
XU in American family: willing to do housework:
excellent references. ; 2415 Clay st. „ , . : ;'-. ; ;
V A CAPABLE MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN,
position ;-. as cook. 1 ; Martha place, off Geary
St., near Mason and Taylor. : '.v .-•-■-. ,' ' -
"MEAT, RELIABLE HOUSEKEEPER, WITH
i.' • unexceptionable references, would like a posi-
tion. Please call or address 431 Eddy st ;■; . :<:■ „ . ->
\TEAT YOUNG DANISH GIRL WANTS SITU-
-1.1 atlon to do light housework. 337 Dore st,
bet. Ninth and Tenth, off Hr- ant " :■
TTiXPERIENCIiD GIRL WOULD LIKE TO DO
Xj general housework in private family ; best ref-
erences. Address A. 8., 1221 O'Farrell st. . - • .
! OUNG GIRL WI-HEB CHAMBER WORK
X in private family; best references. 915 Polk st.
■yOUNG GIRL WISHES. TO DO GENERAL
X housework and plain cooking; - $15 per month.
Call UOOV2 Stevenson St.; bet. Market and Mission.
p ERMAN GIRL WISHES SITUATION TO DO
VJ general housework. ; Apply 152 Clinton Park.
p ERMAN, WOMAN WISHES A SITUATION
VJ to do housework and plain cooking: - no wash-
. ing. 818 Geary st , Saratoga Cour , flat 4. ', \.'-
OBITION 'WANTED IN A NICE FAMILY
to do housework and as seamstress or as house-
Keeper to widower with children: | this city or Oak-
land. Address B. H., box 135, Call Office.
ITUAT lONS WANTED BY TWO SWEDISH
girls to do cooking and f general housework or
chamber-work: one place for both preferred. Ap-
ply 2024 Mission St., Monday. - .. : . . .:; ;«r ~>
Uf OMAN WANTS TO WORK BY THE DAY,
; ■ 't i washing, ironing • and housecieaning. « Call or
address 5 Lafayette st, bet Eleventh and Twelfth,
off Mission. .;-.-•- : - : -. - : ■ -. ;. ■'■'■-■•.-■■■: ■-.-•. -:,.-_:■-■■.
; p ERMAN GIRL WISHES SITUATION FOR
VX second work and mending, or taking care of
grown children. Address H. S., box 89, Call Office.
OUNG * LAD Y, ; WANTS SITUATION *IN
-I ; lodging-house to do chamberwork. Call or ad-
aress 763 Mission st, bet. Third and Fourth. v.v^
\\r ANTED— BY. A RESPECTABLE ELDERLY
-"> woman a position to assistat light housework;
is fond of children and a good plain cook. Room 1
136 sixth Bt:V ; ''^ :•--'■■.■.-.:.-■'-''.;. .--V .-;. - '..-,,N
VI IDDLE-AGED WIDOW, WISHES PLACE IN
lX; family to do second work and sewing; good
stress. Address F. P., box 151, Call office. ; t I
widow ;:» WOULD ; LIKE =i.-. position as
■»». housekeeper for hotel or lodging-house or pri-
vate family, or nurse for an invalid lady: best ■■of
references. ;• Address W. W., box - : 1 34, Call Office/
i p EKMAN i GIRL WANTS POSITION AT
VJ general housework. 1803 Mission, 1 near 14th. :
Y'H'JiG Gil. l. 13 YEARS OF AGE WANTS
I X home to do light housework and attend to chil-
dren in exchange for board and clothes; is willing
and obliging, i Please call or address 41 Sanchez su
SITUATION % WANTED TO iDO c. GENERAL
0 housework or cooking by a competent ■ Swedish
girl. Call or ■ address 29 Lafayette . st, care Rev.
C. A. Anderson. „..:■' ■"; -. '-."■: " : -• C;. ■ • ..; : ;- . --.- : .-.
p ERMAN WOMAN, > EXPERIENCED COOK.
VI ' wishes ! situation in * city or . country. " Apply
323 Ivy aye., near Gough st : - .;,:■ v . ■ > • •
ITUATION WANTED BY A YOUNG GIRL
to do second ( work : Jewish family preferred.
Please call at 1*239 Market st . Tr •''.'. ;
■VTOUNG WOMAN WOULD LIKE TO DO
X cleaning by the day, or would work a few
hours a day in lodging-house. Address C. M. . box
86, Call Office. •• - ; ;'. :-^r.. t ; - : r - : - • ..- V? r">
: \\: A TED-BY EXPERIENCF.D WAITRESS,
V ' » . situation to wait at table at dinner-time. Call
or address 917 Market st, room 8.;.;. .: : . „■ .'' , ■
VOUSU FRENCH WIDOW WISHES SITUA-
a 1 tion ■ as ! cook: i French *■ or : " German '• preferred."
110 Sixth st. room 10. .-,".':■' '.-.- ...•;.','.. ■■-; .::..;. ;;
ANTED BY REFINED EASTERN. AMER-
| lean widow, position as housekeeper for hotel,
lodgin e-nouse / or ' small - family. v- Call >or address
Housekeeper, 405 Leavenworth st., near Ellis, ' >- ,
'-': SITUATIONS WANTED— Continued.
ESPKCTABLK GIRL WISHES TO DO
housework; i wages • $20; :*' Alameda preferred.
23 Twelfth st, near Market -.A -■•■-■■ ■'";',-■'"- ; -■■'■■ -^ ■'".
YOUNG « LADY DESIRES ~ POSITION AS
X typewriter. ; Room 9, 122 Post St., second floor.
VOCNG , :<i WOMAN - -j. WISHES PLACE 'AS
X housekeeper: city or country. Address House- j
keeper. 1148 SuttejsU, third floor, room 36. :i
,-V ' 'UNO CREOLE WIDOW WITH A
_ X ! child, wishes a - position as I housekeeper; I city
or country. - Call or address 917 Market st, room
19, second floor. x, ■; .'• ;:■,.■-■• v • v^ ..*'■;--:- -'•'■.' " = ■.■■ ■..- -.■.-
SPANISH widow, late', FROM CITY of
Mexico, would like situation as housekeeper. |
Apply 105 Larkln st. room 2. -: ■ - >■ ■ j
' INCHES iER HOUSE. 44 THIRD ST.. NR. j
Market:, 2oo; rooms -25c to $1 60 per night:
$1 60 to s6 per week- convenient and respectable;
. free 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. Palace Hotel L '^__2__
SITUATIONS WANTED E^^.
RTH^NSEN^CO^riio^GEARY^T., FUR-
. ■ nish ; haymakers, threshinsj i crews,".: harvest
hands; fruit pickers, lumber and wood men, mm(-
( ers, teamsters,*- brickyard crews, quarry and rock
men, laborers, . mechanics, cooks, waiters, > hotel ]
and restaurant and laundry help. Wire, phone or .
mail us your orders; prompt attention guaranteed.
ITUATION WANTED . BY OLD GERMAH
man as vegetable man for his board and lodg-
! Ing. Address C. B. HANSEN A CO., 110 Geary SU
JAPANESE AND CHINESE EMPLOYMENT;
| O best help. ; 814b Sutter st. ; tel. Grant 30. .
/CHINESE -AND JAPANESE • RELIABLE
help; tel. Main 1997. BRADLEY ACO.. 640 Clay.
/CHINESE AND JAPANESE EMPLOYMENT
\J office; best help. 414% O'Farrell; tel. K. 426.
OESI'ECTABLE, HONEST, SOBER AND RE-
-1 \> sponsible middle-aged German wishes to travel
with gentleman or private family as a faithful ser-
vant; see more of good treatment ' than of much
wages. Please address FRED FISHER, 611|Plne
st. That Gentleman who called on me on Satur-
day please call again; mistake in housekeeper not
knowing my name. ; . . :'..-- -
AKER FOREMAN, FIRST-CLASS ON
I' .bread and cakes, wants steady work; city or
country. Address Zoe st, bet Third and Fourth,
nr. Bryant. ', : . :;■ _:.■'■■..■ v -■ . ■,■
VOrNG SWEDISH MAN WISHES WORK OF
X any kind; city :or country: flrst-class driver;
understands care of horses and garden: also handy
with tools; best references. Address 264 Minna st
.ANTED- A SITUATION BY RELIABLE
farmhand and teamster. Address F. : H., box
100, Call office. . •
ERMAN GARDENER WITH GOOD REFER-
vJT ences desires a situation: understands green-
houses for private family. 77 Third st, Winches-
ter House. '..; ;-• '-"-..= ".
Vtr ANTED— BY A STEADY RELIABLE MID-
' » •; die-aged man to take care of horses and gar-
-1 den: is first-class driver: can milk and make him-
self useful; best of references. C. H-, box 88, Call.
RADIATE PHYSICIAN AND PHRENOLO-
gist, having a line of fine medicines, and a
lady optician and guitar-player, woula go with
some first-class medical show. Address F. C.box
75. Call Office. ; ':*■■■:■ t
TVT URSE OR VALET TO INVALID GENTLE-
i.' man: gives massage treatment; well recom-
mended. -Address J. X , box 116, Call Office. I
JAPANESE UOUmECLEANER WANTS TO
.v wash windows, sweep rooms,' etc. : day or hour.
Address GEORGE, 1210% Larkin st ::--. /.";> ; '
IDDLE-AUED RESPECTABLE AND GOOD-
appearlng man, but not strong « physically,
although in good health, wants unv 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
O'Farrell st.
j pOMPETENT MAN OF TWELVE YEARS'
\J business experience wishes! a position as ac-
countant, or any position of trust, or will accept a
traveling position ; best of references. Address J.
T. W. , box 128, this office. . Ti- >, ;
OUNG MAN, SWEDE, DESIRES SITUA-
tion in private family: use to horses and wait
at table. Address G. A., box 81, this office. . '
HBST-CLASS COACHMAN, SWEDE.WANTS
situation; has excellent references.' Address S.
C, box 115, Call Office. V
INCHESTER HOUSE, 44 THIRD, NEAR
«' Market— Electric lights In every room; 200
rooms; 25c to $1 50 per night; $150 to $6 per
week : free bos and baitgaze to and from the ferry.
\\T IN CHESTER HOUSE, 44 THIRD. - NEAR
.;■'»: Market— Electric lights in every room; 200
rooms; 25c to $1 50 : per > night: $1 50 . to $6 per
week: free bus and baggng-p to and from the ferry.
FEMALE HELP WANTED.
wXnTKD— ABSISTANT, 'maTBON : FOr'aN
institution; 8 German and Scandinavian sec-
ond- girls, $20; Protestant cook and laundress, a
short distance, $25; 4 cooks in German and Amer-
ican families, $ 5 and $30: pantry girl, $20; cook,
small restaurant, $20; ironer, $10 week, and girls
of all nationalities to fill situations in city and
country. '-J. F. CROSKTT A Co. 312 Sutter st :
HEAD WAITRESSES, CITY AND COUN-
try, $25; . waitress, country hotel; $20; , 2 wait-
resses, German, for country hotels, $20; .waitress
for private boarding-house, city, Monday morning,
$15: waitress for cream erie, city, $15: cook for
hotel,. country, fare paid, $16; cook for country
hotel, $35: waitress and chamberwork, country
bo.el, $15. C. R. HANSEN A CO., lid Geary st.
O GERMAN,. COOKS, . PRIVATE FAMILIES,
Til city, $25; good American cook, private family,
city, $20; 'woman to , cook ; and wash dishes in
small boarding-house,- city, $20; girl for second
work, city, $16; French girl for light housework,
city, $15; young girls to assist housework; girls
for > housework, city, \ $12, $15 ■ and . $20. C. R.
HANSKN&CO, 110 Geary- %
EAM STRESS AND WAIT TABLE, PRIVATE
family, Oakland. Call early Monday morning;
Swedish girl preferred, $20. C R. HANSEN A
CO., 110 Geary. „- -•- - . ; i :
A MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN; CHAMBER-
work, and -plain washing: Calaveras county;
$15. MISS CULLEN. 323 Gutter st
GERMAN OR:'SWEDI!-H COOK, $30:
'. nurse, $20: '20 " housework ' girls, city and
country, $20 and $25; 10 young girls assist; $10
to $15. MIsS CULLEN, 323 Sntter st. ;., y. -.
NEAT, REFINED GIRL OR WOMAN. 2
In family. $15; j country; : fare • paid. '■ MISS
CULLEN, 323 Sutter st. - '
OUSEWORK GIRL, $25 TO $30. MISS CUL-
LEN, 323 Sutter st - -*. -'
A REFINED GERMAN SKCOND GIBL, $20.
MISS CULLEN, 323 Sutter st. .
\\T AITRESS. FIRST-CLASS ' COUNTRY HO-
:="»;tel." $20, fare paid; 8 waitresses, different
country hotels, $20 each. MURRAY A BEADY,
Leading Employment, Agents, 634-636 Clay st
V OUNG WOMAN,;" WORKING HOUSE-
I keeper, small country hotel, $15: middle-aged
woman, plain cooking, city, $15; MURRAY <fc
BEADY, Leading Employment Agents, 634-636
Clay st . ; ■ .-..-. --:.:.:.: ft ,---'. -'■■■- ,':.•.-.-.
ANTED— 2 GERMAN OR FRENCH GIRLS
. for housework; $25 French young girl to as- 1
sist $10: kUIs ; for '■ housework, - $25 ■ and $20;
French . waitress ana ' parlor-maid, > $25 ; - French
second girl, $20. t. LEON : ANDRE. 315 Stockton.
• \\r ANTED— SHIRT IRONER, TYLER MA-
."• 1 » chine, first-class laundry, good wages: assist-
ant in laundry, $25; butler, $40; cook,' s4o; night
waiter, s3s; dishwasher. 820; etc. LEON ANDRE,
315 Stockton st. ■■;...{ -.■. -■•'-- '■■ :.■':■■ '■■■ ■■-;.■■'■.'.'
7' TO 100 WOMEN AND GIRLS FOR CAN.
' I O nery work: see party in office 2 P. M. ' dally.'
MARTIN'S, 749 Market st ■ . :
WANTED— A NUMBER OF GIRLS OF ALL
TT nationalities to : fill good ■ situations. MRS.
HIRD. 721 Ellis St. v .
RELIABLE YOUNG GIRL : FOR GENERAL
housework and cooking; small family; refer-
ences . required. - 2930 ' Sacramento ' st, between 9
ana 12. ■ : ■■=■-•: ■.:■-■;.. -:••:. -,;:■'« : ■y':^:."-.:'
,"\\r ANTED— WOMAN ACCUSTOMED
.TT to cleaning, • etc. :. steady ■- situation; ■ $30 - per
month. , -Address J., box 10, Call Office. : • :
EAT YOUNG GIBL: WILLING AND OBLIG-
i.* ing: assist housework and" care of child. Call
Monday, bet, 10 and 12 a. M-, 31 Fulton st. , ',-;
ANTED — COMPETENT ''. GERMAN GIRL
, as i cook; ' references ' required. <. Call ; between
10 and 12 and 6 and 6at 1640 Pine 5t. ...: - . ■ . *•<- . : :
TRONG -„ GIRL FOB 't GENERAL HOUSE-
work: one day's trip from city; wages $20.
Apply 1832 Bush st. before 12 v. .- ' ' '
TTIFTY OPERATORS ON LADIES' WRAP-
.X 1 pers to take work home. Apply between 8:30
and 10 a. m., 840 Market st „?.■.■ *'"■■ -'"' '■:<:■■■■ !
f IVE LADY AGENT, GOOD ADDRESS. AP-
XJ ply room 48, Flood I building, between 2 and 3
to-day. ':::"';■' ■'.-■;• „ ' *„<„'; ;j -v.-< . . :: ■*' .' .v.-'Vv'-'-
G1 OOD : COOK AND HOUSEKEEPER, ,IN
Cf small family. : 21 TUden st, Fifteenth, above
Castro. ; ■• ; :■-■>■ ■>■ „;-;■;; ;;■ '..;>■;. :;-.;■/ -.• S',s
Young - girl wanted to" assist at
X housework. • Apply 827 Golden Gate aye., up-'
stairs..- v ..■■; ■.";■;. ;.-/:.-.;;,.. ;■-:■•.'■> ',-■■-
/Si rl GENERAL HOUSEWORK: n<> COOK-
frJ ing; $12., 2643 Bryant st. nr. 26th, 8 to ; 10.
CTARCHWORK IRONKRB AND . SHIRT-
a O rubbers. Modern Laundry, 385 Eighth st.
A YOUNG GIRL t FOR GENERAL HOUSE-
-a.' work. 1218 Golden Gate aye. :'■':,:>': '■'"■'■':. ■'.- •:."
r\U ANTED - SCANDINAVIAN GIRL FOR
.-, TT general housework. 454 Main ft..--;-; '..-. ''■
\\r ANTED- GIRL TO ASSIST WITH
tt ; children; 1217 , Webster st*; -.;■'■ v ":•'- ' '
La DIES wanted TO work ON coats.
3008 Sixteenth st. ' , -- -'■' '''■ - : >* ■
HOUSEKEEPER. WANTED. ADDRESS J.
C, box 89, -this office. yt ■; ■ -■•*. :" ' /
•y OUNG GIRT. FOR 1 HOUSEWORK! 1619
X Baker st, between butter and Bush. V- ' •■"-■
WAITRESS FOR RESTAURANT AND HELP
. . about. ( 2016 Flllmore st, near California. ?;•-; ;3
IWANTED-^NEAT APPRENTICE TO LEARN
■xi 1, dressmaking. > 1301 Larkln st. '..::: v*:.
"YOUNG* GIBL TO HELP TAKE CARE OF
_. baby. 608 Oak st :.^'.-- " ------:V»,> >
AVTANTED-GOOD ; OPEBATOBS AND FIN-
* ' » »• lsberou S custom coats. 368VSJ '. Clementina st
YOUNG GIRL .TO ASSIBT ■:• WITH , HOUSE-
X work and baby. t Call 680 Jersey it,:'.',- • ;. .■"
COMPETENT GERMAN* i FOR . GEN-
■. V eral housework and plain cooking. 917 Sutter.
GERMAN GIRL WANTED FOR GENERAL
s housework. 2732 Pine st. , :: - : ■
l;*iy AN TED^-SM ART -YOUNG girl fob din-
-:■"■ ine-room work. 1191 Market st .
'iWi ANTED— EXPERIENCED BUTTONHOLE-
tt makera 643 Howard st -
1 .I"-'* ■'•'■'■ '■■": —^'rtTMiT'iMiiriiWliwiiifa TBr-i-ir-s ■» -■'":'' '- : '' / ■
_ : HELP WANTED— Continued.
T OU N G GIRL FOB - HOUSEWOBK: ' SMALL'
.': X American family : >. $20. L 721 Ellis st • . r ; / •;;. ;
YV ANTKD-GOOD r^ FINISH ON. FINE
I'" -4 custom pants. 923^ Folsom at. -,- : - > ";'.-,-. ■
p ERMAN GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE-
' T work and cooking.'- 2802 Pine st r .'■-.-•-■; '■
WANTED— . GIRL TO » MIND CHIL-
. dren. 3160 Twenty-third at, nr. Howard. ■ ■
■ m 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. -. ■■ -_■ '- •
WANTED— GERMAN GIRL FOR SECOND
work and to assist in care of fa five-year-old
child. Apply ;at ! 1904 1 Franklin st, bet. 10 a; m.
and 3f.ii. ._ ; :: ; / .-:.--,, I :,=:•.->■.'■/.-- :■: -.'.-■.,
WANTED— AND GIRLS TO WORK
"on fruit Apply Immediately .CALIFORNIA
CANNERIES CO., Brannan st, between Third
and Fourth. ■ , - \
WANTED— FIR*T- CLASS STARCH-WORK
• » 1 2 lroner. : Address, with wages expected, F. G.,
3437 Tulare st., Fresno. : • - \
OPERATORS ON FLANNEL OVERSHIRTB
Jand underwear. - LEVI STRAUSS A CO., 32%
Fremont st. ..-•■ .■ ; = .
YOUNG GIRL; LIGHT HOUSEWORK; GOOD
home; school privileges; small wages. Address
Girl, box 66, Call Office. ° : . *- -.■'. ''■:■■'■■-
' ANTED- YO UNO GIRL TO ASSIST IN
light housework; pleasant home; wages $8 a
month. Apply 1606 Gough st. ,'
, k I, IRST-CLASS ; FINISHES ON VESTS;
; I „ steady work; gooa wages. , 427 Natoma st «: •-'■ --
ANTED— PUPILS FOR BEST MILLINERY
school in city: teacher of 10 years' experience;
large class now forming for fall woric ; large work-
room: references given. 410 Leavenworth st.
ANTED — EXPERIENCE ii SALESLADY
. on corses; references. " 13ti8 Market st. .". -.
OUNG GIRL WANTED TO ASSIST IN
-i- light : housework and take ■ care ' of . children
Alameda; good home. App, 103 Geary, rm. 1, city.
. r EARN CUTTING, FITTING AND FINISH-
XJ Ing; $1 a week: patterns cut ro order, 25c up-
cDoweli Dressmaking School; 636 Market st -
LADIES TO SELL FACE AND HAIR SPE-
c laities; . halrdressing, beauty . culture, etc.,
taught; free to agents. MRS. BUTLER, 131 Post
(CUTTING, FINISH YOUR OWN DRESSES;
\J $1 a week. FLYNN, 14 McAllister st, r. 67.
AIRDRESSINO. AND 350: MORNING
end eve classes; 101esKons,$l 60. 1248 Mission. "
AIR-DRESSING; MANICURING LESSONS
given MISS DOYLE. 119 a Powell st, 105 9th.
OST CONVENIENT AND RESPECTABLE;
Winchester House, 44 Third st, near Market;
200 rooms; -, 25c to $1 60 per eight; $1 50 to $3
per week-: ■ free 'bus and baggage to and from ferry.
MALE HELP WANTED.
WANTED— HERMAN bSz7pXeXsE~CALL;
French or Swiss man and wife, $50; machin-
ist, $2 50 a day; blacksmith. $40 and found;
milker, $30 and found: assistant vegetable gar-
dener, $20 1 and found; shop butcher, $30 and
found; 2 restaurant cooks, $40, and second cook, \
$30; waiters, dishwashers and others. Apply to
J. F. CROSETT A CO., 628 Sacramento st
» LL-ROUND i HELPER IN HOTEL LA UN-
i\ dry. country, $20. C R. HANSEN A CO.,
110 Geary uUTS^*tSBXeIBSKBa&2B&fB£SBBfRBb4
ECOND COOK, COUNTRY HOTEL, ; $60:
broiler, same place, $60: dishwasher, same
place, $20. . C. B. HANSEN A CO., 110 Geary st.
ARNESS-CLEANER FOR 2 WEEKS FOR j
country hotel stable, $1 50 a day and found, i
and free fare there and back. C. R. HANSEN <fe
CO., 110 Geary ;■;.-•■'"•■■■;.:.■■■../ - ■:
•J NEAT HOTEL < WAITERS, WITH DRESS
O suits, country, $30. C. B. HANSEN A CO.,
140 Geary st j ■ - i :■ .
QECOND COOK, COUNTRY HOTEL, $75 AND
0 found; free fare. - C. R. HANSEN ■ <fc CO., 110
Geary st. ; - ... '.'- .: :.'.■■.".--: ' '
%V ANTED— IOO MORE LABORERS FOR
- '» railroad ; work .. north; reduced - fare and -no
office fee: steamer sails latter part of the week. C
R. HANSEN A CO.. 110 Geary st.
Pastry COOK and baker, COUNTRY
J. hotel, $40; pastry cook and baker, hotel city,
840. , C. B. HANSEN A CO., 110 Geary st
•EXPERIENCED V COPPER BLAST FUR-
XJ naceman who has had experience in Arizona
ores. C. B. HANSEN A CO., 110 Geary st
1(* A MEN WANTED MONDAY, AUG. 17,
lUi 1893,7:30 a. M.; from $15 to $90 per
month and found, at MURRAY A READY'S,
Leading Employment Agents, 634 and 636 Clay st
1 £■ fifth TIES TO CUT, Be. EACH, GOOD
XU.UV/l/ 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 i for . a factory; brick-setter. - MUR-
RAY A READY, Leading Employment Agents,
634 and 636 Clay st. ;
1 A WAITERS, $30 AND $25; 2 WAITER
X\J boys; barber for a country shop; meat-cut-
ter, $30, found, city shop; 5 cooks,. $35, $40 and
$50; 2 dishwashers, $15 ana $20. MURRAY A
READY, Leading Employment Agents, 634 and
636 Clay st .. -:.: . '•,:.■■
ANTED— TWO QUARTZ MINERS, $2 60
" per day; two cinnabar diners, $2 per day:
gardener : for mining company, $25 and found:
good job;- blacksmith's, helper, $25 and found;
buttermaker, $:-(0 : and found: farmers, ■ milkers,
cooks, waiters, dishwashers and others. W. D.
EWER A CO., 626 Clay St. ../■.'.; .. .
4- H O RS E ; : TEAMSTERS, . SCRAPER
*-<*-) work; helper for carriage blacksmlthing; el-
evator boy: cook, $40 and room: cook, $8 a week:
waiter, $30 and room : young man for Dantry worK ;
second cook, ■: $25 .'and room: 6 dishwashers.
MARTIN'S, 749 Market st. - ; : :
rpEAMSTKRS WANTED; -25 MEN. FOR 4-
X . horse scrapers. .■■ MARTIN'S, 749 Market '; st : .
OOK, COUNTRY. HO I EL, $55; 4 SCRAPER
teamsters; $26 and I board; office- boy for this
office. .- R. T. WARD A CO.. 608 and 610 Clay st
DISHWASHF.RB, $20; 4 BELLBOYS. HO-
*- TEL GAZETTE, 420 Kearny St. . . \:
ANTED— EXPERIENCED ALL-AROUND
laundryman to take charge I and do the work
of a laundry for- half Interest; need no money; I
pay all expenses-'. Inquire 734 Adeline sl.. Oakld.
WANTED— A^BOY WITH 1 OR 2 YEAES
' • experience In drugstore. Call after 9 ; o'clock,
cor. Eddy and Taylor sts. : , - : "•■'. .••.'■; - - : ; >-:;_
A SSI ANT COOK AND DISHWAaHER:
A sober: man;*- fair wages. Restaurant, 325 -
Fourth st. ':\/'- •" -■ ■-•> -" ■•-•;-.•:,^-;;;; ... . -v-;:^ ■
ANTED — CABINET-MA ON MAN-
k tels. VAN WARTS, 231 King St., . Hansen's
Mill. ..../■■>■.■■,..:._::.::■■■;.?■■/. „..- .:.:■ --.-. ..■.-.:.■.-
-\\T ANTED— A BOY ABOUT 16 years THAT
'» is •able to read and write well. Apply at 46
Stenart st after 9a. it ,--'■.• -^ .' c .;-'-.':■-
-SALOON; COOK WANTED, c COR. HOWARD
and Spear sts. » ; • ~ •-,■.„•. : :•• ~ ' ■' .: .-.■--■..' :'..•; - '.-
-I )UTTER-MAKER WANTED TO RUN SEPA-
X> , rator : state waees. J.. box 133, this office. '
ANTED— PLAIN STEADY,; MAN TO AS-
slst in lleht genteel business; easily learned;
must have $150 cash and be satisfied with $75 per
month. 777 Market St., room 7.~-' - ' '"■• :.'-.: : '..'.-. : ;;
TEADY, RELIABLE MAN AS PARTNER IN
. butcher-shop to attend cash accounts I and de-
liver orders; $75 required. 632 Market, room 8. -~
PARTNER WANTED FOB BUTCHER BUSl"
ness: $75 cash. - 1018 Alabama st.
IN BARBER-SHOP: . GOOD OPPORTUNITY; ;
X long lease. 131 O'Farrell st ; . - .
Vl/- ANTED— PARTIEB~~BEEKtNG 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. -;;.,-
TRON KB7TO"F IN ISH SHIRTS AND ASSIST
X in general ironing. . Address, .- with wages ex-
pected, F. G., 2437 Tulare st, Fresno. ; ;;- ..
BAKBER-SHOP WANTED, COUNTRY; PAY
fair price, but must stand Investigation. Apply
particulars to D. SToLTZ, 630 Market sl.| -: ■■■■:■ ; ,-.:
Ui ANTED —YOUNG. MAN TO . LEARN
trade; $5 and ; found to start F. D., box 49
Call Ofllce. ■—:.■>: ..;,■;.,•. ■ .r; ; ' ■■-.--■ ... .*.
ARBERS' PROTECTIVE UNION EMPLOY-
ment secretary, CONRAD TROELL, 667 Clay.
AKBERS-FOR EMPLOYMENT CALL .SEC
, P. C. Barbers' Asan. S.FUCHM. 325 Grant aye.
1 OURNEYMEN BARBERB' LOCAL UNION, •
*> No. 27. J. B.U.a; Emplmt Bureau, 102 Seventh
mo GET A FIRST-BATE 15C MEAL FOR lOC
x where strict civility, cleanliness- and order Is
maintained, try Seattle restaurant. 137. Fourth st
Mh X ' 8 "' HALF-SOLING. 60c.: * LADIES, 4<>£; |
done while you wait * 638 Market, opp. Palace
Hotel; branch 767 Market, opp. Will A Flnck's
<2J/1 PANTS TO ORDER; LATEST STYLE?
UTt: WERTHMAN Panta Co , 22^ Geary st
B i EST=PLACK IN THE CITY J FOR < SECOND-
JLJ hand shoes, 749 Mission st, near Grand Opora-
nouse; new calf shoes, pointed toe, our mace, $3 50
and i s3: < ladies', gents' and children's misfit and
cast-off shoes bought or exchanged. /. ■ ;.:. ' • '
'W ANTED-FOR THE ;, UNITED :■: STATES
; 1 1 i Marine Corps, U. 8. j navy, able-bodied,: un-
married men between the ages of 21 and 30 years;
not ; less j th»n 5 1 feet '- 6 inches in height; of good
character ; and temperate habits; ', able to read, }
write and speak English properly; 'only citizens of
| the united States or persons who have : legally i de- ;
dared their intentions to , become * citizens | will be 1
accepted; this * important 5 branch Sof - the i naval
service offers special inducements; giving oppor-
tunities to visit all parts of the world on board our
new cruisers. ? For further Information apply at the
Recruiting Office, 20 Ellis at, San Francisco, Cat
"V"EW WALDO HOUSE. 765 MISSION, BET. i
X* 3d and 4th— Single furnished rooms, night 15c to
50c;week $1 to $2 50;reading-room;strictestatten-
tlon to morning calls; clean: quiet: open all night i
EEKSTEAK AND ONIONS, WITH COFFEE,
;X> 6c; 2 side dishes free. 636 Clay st. ■;. ; : y . ;
LARGEST STOCK OF SECOND-HA ND SHOES
XJ on hand; shoes to order, $3 50; hand-seweo
shoes, $5. 726% Howard st, bet Third and Fourth ■ ,
INCHESTERHOUBK, 44 THIRD ST..NEAR
Market; 200 rooms. 25 cents a night; reading- -
room.; {roe feas and baggage to and from tae ferry.
' HELP WANTED— Continued. j_.
WANTED— AN IDEA: WHO CAN THINK OF
:< f T some i simple thing ito ; patent - Protect • your
ideas; they may bring you wealth. Write JOHN
-, WEDDERBURN & fO. Dept L, Patent > Attor- ;
Beys," Washington, D. C, for their $ibOO prize offer
and Us; of 200 inventions wanted. ■-.■■- - -."'■ : ■
\\T E HAVE A LOT OF DAMAGED SHOES
.. » » selling at less than one-fourth their value: cast
off shoes bought or exchanged. 66* Mission st : T'
LODGINGS, 5c TO 15c PER NIGHT: CLEAN*.!
Continental House, 521 Pacific, below Kearny.
'ANTED— MEN FOR * CLEAN BEDS: i 25c
»" ; night: $1 week. ; Rosedale, 321 Ellis st ' '■ ■ i
rnRY, ACME HOUSE, 957 ; MARKET ST., BE-
low Sixth, lor a room; 25c a night; $1 a week.
I. INDELL HOUSE. SIXTH AND HOWARD.
1 ' sts. ; single furnished rms 7 Be week, 16c night
S.— REJI.OVED ; FROM 609 CLAY TO 643
."' Clay; bottle wine or beer with hot lunch, 5c
1 I \(\ MEN TO TAKE .LODGING AT 100, 16c
X \i\J and 200 anight Including - code* ami roils,
624 Washington st, near Kearny. .'.':-'; ."-•-. •..-..;':
EST IN CITY- -SING E ROOMS, 15, 20 AND
25 cents per night. $i. $1 25, $1 60 per week.
Pacific House, Commercial and Lelgesdorg sts.
X ARE SHOE DOCTORS; WE REPAIR
your old shoes and make them as good as new, r
and with our new machines we can do ■> your i work
at one-half the usual price; done while you '. wait
662 Mission st, between First and Second sts.
\\T ANTED— ixABORERS AND s MECHANICS
I »». 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. •
ANTED-SINGLE ROOMS, 15a A DAY: $1
r-«ek; rooms for two, 260 a day, $1 60 a week;
reading- room: dally papers. "- 36 Clay st ■ ■
"DOOMS 160 TO 760 PER NIGHT: 50c TO »1 60
it per week. Oriental, 225 DrnmmsL ' '
LCHO HOUSE, .-; 863V3 MARKET ST.—
Rooms 20c, 25c. to 60c. night; $1 :o $3 week.
\\ EN TO FEED MANHATTAN STOCK FOOD;
lX all grocers keen it ' .
ANTED.TO COLLECT WAGES DUE LABOR
ersAclerks. KNOX Collection Agcy, 110 Sutter
ANTED- MEN TO LEARN BARBER
IT: trade; only 8 weeks required: tools given and
catalogne sent S. F. Barber school. 1510 Howard. ■
_■■_■-'': AGENTS WANTED. .•'■"_•':_:-_
WE WANT TO ENGAGE ENERGETIC MEN
-and women to represent the "Ladies' Home
Journal." Write or call at 78 Columbian Bid.. 8. F.
GENTS! BRYAN. SEW ALL 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 Whltaker A Ray C 0.,723 Market
AGENTS: BIG MO2EY; LATEST PBOPOSI-
tIon. Baxter Portrait Co., 432 Sntter st.
.^^■WANTED-Mlg^LlLAy^OUS^^:
r\LD GOLD AND SILVER BOUGHT: JEWEL-
\J ry. watches repaired. . MUND, 1133% Mission.
feLL YOUR BOOKS. (JIXJTHINW AND JKW
0 elrv 10 A. XI.KIN. 109 Sixth sr. • vend pontaL
: ' . - EDUCATIONAL. _._-._■ vy_
J l/ A^Y~T^A^H^R W DESrRES~a OR BROOMS
XJ in exchange for music lessons:. piano, violin,
guitar, voice. Address Teacher, care Of MRS.
WRENS, 216 Larkln '....-""
rriALENTED PUPIL (ADVANCED), DESIR-
X Ing to continue study of piano, will do well to
address "Gradus," box 119, Call Office: must prac-
tice 4 hours a day : no others need write.
TTOICE CULTURE, ELOCUTION AND DXL-
V sarte taught thoroughly; 26c lesson. 749 Fol-
som st . . -'.:..-. •■;.-.' ■'.-■'■ ■■■ -.- :■■'■'/ ■ -.'■ '.'.;•
PIANO AND GUITAR LESSONS AT PUPIL'S
1 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, '
STIEHL'S SHORTHAND AND BUSINESS
College, 723 Market st ; expenses less and
scholarship better than elsewhere; day and night
AY RES'. THE LEADING SHORTHAND COL-
lege; 325 Montgomery st; Individual instruc-
tion in shorthand, typing, bookkeeping, etc.; life
scholarship $50: low rates per week anl month.
A L.M.A E. HYER, PIANO. MANDOuIN, BAN
A jo. : 405 : Geary, Rm. 17: thorough Instruction
OOKKPNO, WRITNO, ARITHMTC, GRAMB
day & nk-ht: nocla*ses: $5 month. ,84 5 Mission
ROF. LOUIS MERKI; VIOLIN, MANDOLIN,
guitar, cornet, reasonable. 225 Geary ,nr. Powll.
p UITAR MANDOLIN. PIANO AND VOCAL
lessons: $3 mo. MARY WESTHaUS. 39 Fifth.
T ADY FROM LONDON AND PARIS TEACH-
XJes piano,slnglng,French:s3mo. R. 14. 1002 Polk
R. A M KB. KOL ' NL'ER, TEACHERS MAN
dolin, guitar, banjo. 935 Market st. opp. Mason
l. ELASCO'si LYCEUM SCHOOL OF ACTING—
"> Private theatricals arranged; pupils- rehearsed
on stage. R. 5 and 12, 1. O. O. F. block, 7th and Mkt
QCHOOL ELECTRICAL, CIVIL, MINING, ME.
0 cbauical engineering, surveying, architectnre-
sssay : estab. '64. VAN DKRNAILLEN,723Mkt
NGLISH. FRENCH, GERMAN. PIANO,
painting, palmistry, $2 ma Studio 1422 Hyde.
lANO LESSONS: PUPIL OF THE LEIPSIO
XT- Conservatory. mod.terms.J.LANGE,llo Ilyae.
"PROFESSOR G. MANSFIELD, TEACHER OF
X violin .guitar. - mandolin, bacio. • 1707 Market
MUSICAL. INSTRUMENTS.
N ACCOUNT OF THE INCREASE IN MY
. p ano business, : my old quarters on Market
st are entirely too small; I have therefore moved
into my own building, at 626 Hayes . st, : between
Octavla and Laguna, where :' I can - now display
over four times the amount of instruments than
formerly ; as I buy . for : cash and in carload lots
and have no rent to pay I can offer any one desir-
ing a piano or organ better value for less money
than . any other music ■ house in '< San Francisco.
Respectfully yours. J. HARRY SCOTT.
: ANOTHER: SPECIAL INDUCEMENT FOR
A purchasing from : Sherman, Clay A Co. ; ele-
gant new upright | piano.,, together with fine stool
and handsome cover, sold for $6 per month; only
$6 cash payment required: - every - Instrument
guaranteed. SHERMAN. CLAY A CO., cor.
K earn v and Sutter sts., Pacific Coast representa-
tives of Stelnway <fc Sons' pianos.
EVERAL EXCELLENT USED PIANOS AT
half prices; Stein way upright and others;
fine new pianos at $5 per mo nth. ; The J. DEW-
ING COMPANY, second floor ; Flood ' building.
Sole Agents for Hardman , Chase Bros., etc -.
I-UNE UPRIGHT PIANO: PKRFECT ORDER;
1 handsome case: sacrifice. 211 Valencia st., in
Kore.-:--'-. ■■'■''.-'.".•"■;■:-'■' ■■'-.■' '■'■''""'. ■'%,:■ :
©1 Pvrt BURLED WALNUT UPRIGHT 808-
-«Jp I«JU. ton make piano. BRUENN'S, 228 Post.
©lztn ELEGANT UPRIGHT. STOOL AND
tJP-LTtv/. cover on $5 Installments.- 221 Leav'tb.
BARGAIN— GOOD UPRIGHT. SCHMITZ:
Dl 6 McAllister .st., next Hibernla Bank. '-..:■ • • :
AIR OF FINE MARSHALL A WENDELL
uprights, $125 each: call and see our bargains.
MAUVAIS, 769 Market aU. . ' - .
A CTU ALLY : THE BKST BARGAINS •IN
-tx. : pianos, both new and second-hand at THE
F. W. SPENCER CO.'S warerooms,933Marketsu
U. BaDGEU, SOLK AGENT FOR HALLET
.A Davis and Francis Bacon pianos, 406 Sac' to
BEFORE BUYING SEE HAINE BROS.', BUSH
X) A Gerts and Knabe pianos; at wholesale
prices, a. l. BANCROFT A CO.. 324 Post st
OHICKERINU, KNABE, STKCK.VOSK, STKR-
/ ling pianos; see our new piano lor $187; pianos
lor rent . j BENJ. CURTaZ A SON. 16 O'Farrell." |
YKON :MA UZY. 308 POST ST.— SOHMKR,
JCpwot A Evnns. »rlnr» nnd other pianos. , ! ■
RIVATIi PARTY FORCED TO SELL STEIN-
way at once. Room 21, 809 Market st.
SUPERIOR VIOLIiNSk ZITHERS. OLD A NEW
H. MULLER. mal> rt-palrer. « Latham place.
HORSES.
WANTED— GOOD HOUSE AND WAGON
for fruit business: cheap. - A., box 12, Call. i.
EJBOLD HARNESS COMPANY; 600 SETS
of good harness, our own make, of every de-
scription, for less money than you can buy Eastern
trash; send for catalogue. 110 McAllister st, S. F.
TCA SETS NEW AND SECOND HAND HAR-
X UV/ ness, all kinds; ! wagons, buggies, surreys.'
rockaways, carts: must be sold. 1128 Mission s; -
P| ft ft SET NEW, AND < SECOND-HAND HAR-
*J\J\J. ness; all kinds: buggy .waeon, carts, surrey
rockaway; 40 cheap horses. 15th and Valencia.'
Aft HORSES FOR SALE; - ALSO : WAGONS,
3 U boggles, carts, harness; Grand Arcade Horse
Market, 327 Six.h st; auction sales every Wedue*-
Jay. SULLIVAN A DOYLE, Auctioneers.
ORSES PASTURED; SEND K)R CIRCD-
[Hr The H vile. Ranch. 630 < •nmmerclal st. -•-•'?
WACJONB AND CARRIAGES. v ;
FOR SALE CHEAP-SECOND-HAND LAUN-
dry wagons, bakery wagons, business buggies
and carts, at 346 McAllister st. : . , :
|?OR SALE— NEW EXPRESS WAGON. DE-
X livery. wagons; and business buggies, new and
second-hand; very cheap.: 100 Golden Gate aye. ---;
i VTEW AND SECOND-HAND BAKERS', LAUN-
-L' dry milk and grocery wagons: also rockaway
and 2 fine buggies. £28 Harrison st .. -.•, ; ,, -
1, OR SALE, AT EASTERN ■ PRICES. FINE
X carriages of every desc iption ; cash, notes or
Installments. '*■ (Hrvill Mfg Co.. 46-48 Bth st, 8. F. :
r}.; : ;: ;tOST;t ; /.;*;, ■;;*-, :-■'.;.-_ ':,-: ..
P^rTs^RFpTN. -^VpiNDER PLEASE RE-
,turn to J. MOFFAT.-369 First suv~ ' ° - .
■I OST-SMALL j BLUE AND , TAN DOG $10
XJ reward. 366 Minna st - "
L°, S i T< l AD<^ US I, 10 ' OX-TERRIER BITCH;
reward *? ?i Keturn ' 141 3 Minna '■ st;
" V '■_' , ; ■; ■:-.'■ : : J?HYSICIANS. V; >„ : ...;.';-■ ',1
DfV aTe/ o'donnell; 1206 market, cbS
XJ Golden Gate aye. ; diseases of women a specialty.
DON'T FAIL TO CONSULT DR. JORDAN AT
mJ?* museum, 1 1051 1 Market i st.: ■ his SO year* •
successful practice is a guarantee of fair treatmut: !
the worst cases treated satisfactorily by malL rv" '-
__JPHOTOGRAPHERS SUPPI.IES. , :
N EW , ? OUSK JU SVopE N ED, 124% GEARY;
J.^ full line ; latest :; and best: i cameras repaired;
free room: send catalogue. Cal. Camera Co.
': "- - ' "i- : " :■-.':"• is:": typewbitebs:^: : r y-";;
KEMINGTON, $40. $35TsEND FOR SAMPLE
WOrjb 6CQXT & U ANNAN. 333 ilontsojaajy. ,
PERSONAXS^
JVHn my possession. Where shall I send^ &
my potsission.. Where shall I . s^nor & ;
S" AN JOSE- WILL MR.. HOWARD PLEASE
b call same place ; (Fifth st) Monday, Tuesday,
from 2t04 p. M.T. ;. . ' ..]/■ .--:'- "-^
£,— K :-WILL KEEP YOUR SECRET; WRITE
Ti . direct ■ -":.': ■■■.•>.-'- ■■ ■■: ■■- - ' ' ■— -
T ASGER QUARTERS FOR AN INCREASED
XJ business: I am making . more room and fin
Spared to give better service thatr ever before;
hairdressing 25c; ' switihes_sl: "QOINONIA
Hair Tonic is still going for 36c a bottle. G. LE- .
DERER, 111 Stockton.su , . ,
T IBRARY-150.V0L5.: CHEAP; UNBOILED;
L history, travels, biography, classics, etc. bO9
Franklin st. -".""-■'.
DVICE FREE ALL private law MAT- .
A ters; mod, fees. Atty. McCABE, 1027 Market.
"I>URBES, POCKETBOOKS AND LEATHER
X work made and repaired. 22% Geary, room 47.
T ADY,. STRANGER, DESIRES , A GENTLE-
XJ man partner: . 9% capital. Room 2, 122 Post.
MORRIS BERRY. FORMER FOREMAN
Albert Miller's cloak store, has gone into busi-
ness wiih H. RiFLSIND, and opened an establish-
ment at 14 McAllister, Bins. 45-46: ladles , misses ,
children's cloaks to order;flt guaranteed ;low prices
DVICE FREE; DIVORCE LAWS A SPE-
cialty; private; no charge unless successful; ail
law suits, claims, collections; wills, deeds, etc., at-
tended to. G. W. HOWE,atty-at-law, 850 Market st
DEFINED LADY FROM BUTTE, MONT.,
XV will go and give ladles massage treatment at
their homes: also Juse electric medical battery for
rheumatism. , Call or address M. M., 1605 Webster
St., Alameda, room 2. . ■ • "
PARTINGTON SCHOOL OF MAGAZINE
X and Newspaper Illustration: day and evening
Classes; instructors, J. H. E. Partlneton, Gertrude
Partlngton. R. L. Partlngton. Particulars 424 Pine.
BS. THOMPSON: CHIROPODIST, 101^
1« Grant aye., room 10.
TTHE PEOPLE'S ONE DOLLAR MEDICAL
1 Institute, all cases treated and medicines fur-
nish.-d for $1; call or write. 1029 V_ Market st,
bet t'lxth and Seventh, San Francisco, Cat ' • . .
ÜBB, DR. WALLACE HAS MOVED FROM
IYI 20y 2 Stockton to 15% Turk, rms. 14 and 15.
1 finn BUSINESS CARDS PRINTED «1 60;
llf UU show cards, etc. ILL, 22% Geary st.
DIVOHCE AND ANNULMENT OF MAR-
rlage by United States Divorce Bureau: legal
everywhere. - Add. P. O. box 2432, S. F.,' Cal.
ALL FACIAL blemishes, superfluous
hair, moles, freckles, scars, etc, removed by
Elite Electrolysis Co., 226 Turk, nr. Leavenwortb.
W ATCH A JEWELRY REPAIRING . STONES
» i ' engraving, monograms, crests: low prices ;worlc
guaranteed. J. N. BRITTAIN, 20 Geary st
T3AZOR-FIXING OUR SPECIAL! FINES
Xiedgeputonrazor,2sc. Razor ExchKe,63oMarket
■\7ELVET AND CLOTH CAPES BELOW
V : manufacturers' cost. 20 Sansome st, upstairs.
OMEN'S ELECTRIC SANITARIUM,
- rooms 53 Maze building— New and scientific!
methods for promoting health, beauty. Con, free.
MRS. DR. PORTER, CHIROPODIST AND FA-
cial artist: wrinkles removed or no charge;
purest toilet articles. 126 Kearny st, room 47.
"DIG OUTDOOR STEREOPTICON SHOW EVE-"
*JD ry night cor. Market and Sixth sts. ; artistic ad-
vertisements in living light; promoters of bast*
ness. Consult OWL ADV. CO.. 1140 Market st
ELECTRIC LIGHTS IN EVERY ROOM |
Sh Winchester House, 44 Third st, near Market:
200 rooms, 26c to $1 60 per night: $1 50 to $6 per,
week; free ; bus and baggage to and from the ferry.
UITB TO ORDER ON INSTALLMENTS TO
guaranteed parties, - $15 upward. Cut-rata
Taloi Company ,1 117 Market St., bet 7th and Bth.
T IBEKAL ADVANCES ON DIAMONDS, JKW«
XJ elry, etc : lowest rates. t>4B Market st
lA> GOLD. SILVER, GENTS' AND LADIES'
clothing bought COL.MAN. 41 3a. cor. Jesst*.
DRESSMAKERS.
.'T\BESSEBs2"up7'wßXS ; E^s"3s^El!irfsUP:
XJ lawn $1 op. - 505% Natoma St.. above sixth.
CLAIRVOYANTS.
rofTmT l. ■ caknelle. clXirvoyai?? -
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 st;
hours from 9 to 9.
GIT AN A THE GYPSY.
This remarkable woman has Just arrived from
the Orient and promises marvelous development*
Id unraveling the mystery of human fate; she ad-
vises you on speculation, business affairs, love,
courtship, matrimony; sne reunites the separated;
causes speedy and happy marriage with the one
of yourcnoice; lucky numbers given. 8 TurK st
ME. PORTER, WONDERFUL CLAIRVOY-
ant, card-reader, born with a double veil and
second sight; ladles 50c, gents $1; palmistry and
clairvoyant sittings $1 50. 19ft. Turk st. nr. Jones.
■pKOFESSOR WILLIAM TELLS PAST, PRES- •
X ent and future: gives names and answer* writ-
ten questions: 60c and up ward.| Turk st. '
ME. ARNDT. BESI t OItTUNE TELLER IN
the world; and $1. shows picture of ronr
future husband or who. 4 Twelfth. Tel. Mint 621.
ME. SCHMIDT, CLAIRVOYANT, TELLS
past, present and future: success to all; for-
tunes by mall: low prices. 856 Mission st. "
BS. C. CORNELIUS, WELL-KNOWN
clairvoyant and business medium; sittings.
1346 Market st. '
pLAIRVOYANT; LADIES AND GENTS: FEE
VJ 26c. ■ 41 Minna st, basement,
M~ METRaV E N A~RE A LIFE FLUENTLY:
i-VX business advice : names glven;2sc up. 6 Fourth.
YPSY LIFE-READER, REMOVED FROM 5
Seventh to 11 Stockton: ladies 25c: gents 50c. J
ME. MOREAU, BEST MEDIUM; BEVEAia
iVI past, present, future; 26c up. < 764 Howard st
ME. DR. THOMAS. CLAIRVOYANT; 25
yrs Kearny, now 929 Post; fee $1; letter $2.
ME. SYBILLE TELLS FROM CBADLE TO
grave; ladles, 25c; gents, 50c. 914 O'Farrell.
MISS C. MASCOTTA (LATE FROM CUBA),
card reader. 105 Larkln su. ronm 2.
SPIRITUALISM. ' ■ ■ ;
V VEBITABLE QUEEN AMONG WOMEN 13
MBS. DR. A. D! HOWE.
FEE $1 * UPWARD! FEE $1 A UPWARD!
HOPE, HELP, LOVE AND LUCK FOR ALL!
Why that look Of sadness? Why that downcast
eye? 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 coast in i the ten years past Is
again ' at her ola offices, ' 1 320 Market street, San
Francisco, and ' is - now as ready as ever to assist
every ' suffering mortal who will either call on of
write to her. Your whole life revealed; succesi
brought to the unlucky; love to the loveless: the
separated are united; the sick made strong; the
poor become rich; if you think your husband, wifa
or lover Is untrue consult her at once. Her tran-
scendent power Is as far above these poor mortals
who try to imitate her as the eternal heavens are
high above the earth. NEVER FAILS. Shedoes
not know what failure means! Her "Revealed
Medicines" (registered, and : copyrighted) cure
every disease that human flesh is heir to, and no
matter of how Ions; standing. Write if you can-
not call, for treatment oy mail is always most suc-
cessful and satisfactory. All letters answered.
..■■,.--• Diseases diagnosed from a lock of hair.
FEE $1 A UPWARD! FEF.«SI & UPWABDI
. MRS. DR. A. D. HOWE,
1320 Market st, on p. Seventh,
San Francisco.
ME . OR. ATLANTA, MEDIUM, TKLL3
your entire life from cradle to the grave: gives
advice on all affairs; removes evil influence;
brings back lost luck and love; speedy marriage
with your choice; has no equal. 917 Howard st. ■
1 FRIENDSHIP HALL, 326 McALLI;.TER-DE-
X ve'lpng A test dr. to-night, 25c. Mrs. C J. Meyer.
O PIRITU ALISTIC CIRCLK TO-NIGHT BY
>J Rev. Mr. Howland, 25c. No. 1 Fifth st, parlor 1
. M. FRANCIS, INDEPENDENT SLaTE-
. writer. 118 Halght St.; hours 9 until 6 p. M.
ISH OP GARRISO , 1370 MARKET: SEAN-
I) ces Tuesday, Friday even's, 25r; 10 to_4 dally.
RTTEMPLK RETURNED: Test, CIRCLE;
to-night. : 611 Polk : sittings daily.
TMFE-BEA DINGS BY BEY. MR. HOWLAND;
-I-J $1. 1 Fifth st.. parlor 1.
A ASTROJLOGX.
STROLCKVY^Tn TiTmK DlX^l^ffcT^A^flVlTlEa
Jt\. or questions answered: Prof. Howard's vital
remedies restore health.- 311 Hyde 10 to 3. .
DENTISTS.
fW>OMiri)EN^rATASiO^^^
\J ketsu; bet; Third and Fourth; gas specialists;
only reliable agent for painless extraction; artiil-
da! teeth from $5; fillings from $1; extracting 5U
cents, with gas $1. ■ "' .
I \R. :LU DLUM. ; HILL, 1443 . MARKET ST..
XJ near Eleventh: . no charge for extracting whe«
plates are •: made; : old : plates made over like new;
teeth from $8 per set; extracting 50c; gas given.
R. GEORGE W. „ LEEK, THE GEN LINES
-Leek dentist, discoverer of painless extraction
and patentee of improved bridge : work. or teeth,
without any plate, moved from 6 to 20 O'Farrell st
Vi IRST-CLASS: DENTISTRY; FIRST-CLASH
X? prices: flrst-class results: '•■ painless extraction:
Tele. Main 6375. W. C. HARDING, AID., 500
Sutler st •': ; ; -'.•'■. ■.-". -.. ■ .' . '■ ' ■;., ■ .. ■
!.■» ULL : SET OF TEETH, $7 ; WARRANTED
X flve years; extraction,: 50c; fllllnes, 60c;
crowns, $3 50. Chicago Dental Parlors, 24 Sixth.
DR. L. T. I RANZ— EXTRACTION PAINLESS
crown - work, bridge work and teeth wlthoas
plates a specialty. 103 Geary st. cor. Grant ava. ■
,<D»7 A SET FOR TEETH: WARRANTED A3
<tP < good as can be made: filling $1. Dr. SIMMS,
dentist.' 930 Market St.. next Baldwin Theater.
PAINLESS EXTRACTION. 60c;, CROWN
X bridge work a specialty; plates, $5 tip; 13 veari'
: experience. .. B. L. WaLsH. D.D.S.. 815^4 Geary.
DX; L'UCKETT, - 1703 '. PO-->T ST., v NEAR BU«
„c nanan; gas given: crown and bridge worst. -
LL - : WORK - REASON A BLK :■■ AN D . WAR*
ranted. ■,; DR. J. W. KEY. 1122 Market st
SET OF TEETH WITHOUT a ±"J-ATE. UK H.
G. ; YOUNG. 1841 Polk si. -
OLTON DENTAL ASSOCIATION. BUtf MAJi'
/ kdt at. DR.' CHARLES W. DECKER.
Dlt. J. J. LEEK, 1206 MARKET, COR. GOLD
XJ Oftt* ave.-Opea evenings; * bvmdayj tin nooa^

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