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SAN FRANCISCO "CALL."
PUPTNESS OFFICE of the San FranriscoCAL-—
"110 H'arkel street, opeu until 12 o'clock every ,
night in the year.
BRANCH OFFICES— S27 Montgomery street, !
corner Clay ; open until 9:30 o'clock.
U39 Hayes street, open until 9:30 o'clock.
713 Larkin street, open until 9:30 o'clock.
SW. corner Sixteenth and Mission streets, open
until 9 o'clock.
2618 Mission street, open until 9 o'clock.
116 Ninth street, open until 9:30 o'clock.
CHUKCH NOTICES. ___, I
__$?> FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST. SCIEN-
» : -5' tist— Services at 11 a. m. in Beethoven Hall,
536 Post St., cor. Powell. Christian Science Bible
Lessons, International Series. Subject: -The Wise
Choice. ' "Science and Health" study Thursday.
at 8 p. 11., In Mystic Hall, Red Men's building,
320 Post street. All are welcome.
c_-S» . -NTRA L "METHODIST EPISCOPAL
ES^-^ church. Mission si., between Sixth and
Seventh— R>'v. E. R. Dille., D.D.. pastor: J. J.
Morris, musical director: H. M. Bosworth, organ-
ist: K. V. Watt, t-unday.-school.superintendenu .
The pastor will preach morning and evening.
Morning subject, "He That Winnetli Souls is
Wise"; evening, -What Career?— a Practical Talk
to Young Men." Sunday-school at Ip.m. Y. P.
.S. C E. at 6:30 p. m. AH are welcome. Pastor's
residence, 1210 Mission st. I
£__?» SIMPSON MKMORIAL METHOIIVST j
%<G? Episcopal Church, cor. Hayes and Buchanan |
sts-— Rev. John Stephens, pastor; residence, 309 ;
Haighi St. Preaching al 11 a. m. and 7:3 )p. m.
The pastor will preach at both services- , subject^
a: 11 a.m.: "A Faith-creating Argument." At
7:30 P M. : "The Narrow Door." • Special music by
the choir. Sunday-school at 12:30 p. m.,
C. B. Perkins superintendent. Kpworth League ser-
vice at 6:30 p.m. The public cordially invited 10
all the services of this church. Seats free. Ushers
in attendance. l'rayer-meeting Wednesday even-
ing at 7:45 o'clock. __________
H_3f» THIRD CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH,
ifc-S' Fifteenth St., near Mission— William
P-afier, pastor, services at 11 a. m. ; subject,
"Transformation." Services at 7:30 p.m. Sub-
ject. "Dante aud His Vision of Hell." Music by
chorus choir under direction of William C.
Stadtfeld. "Praise His Awful Name" (Spohr):
"Like as the Hart" (Novello) ; "Come Unto Me"
(Tebbs); "Evening Hymn" (Smart). All are cor-
dially invite<l.
C"_-S» PLYMOUTH CON GR EG ATION AL
If—^ Church, Post St., bet. Buchanan and Web-
ster.— Rev. R. K. Lloyd will conduct the ser-
vices at 11 A. M. and at 7:30 p. _. Sunday-
schools at 9:30 a. _. and 1J:80p. _. Meeting on
Wednesday evening at 7 :3. J.
ETS* TRINITY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH,
fe^-S' cor. Capp and Twenty-third sts.— Rev. T.
Chalmers EastOD, D.D., will preach at 11 A. m. and
7:30 p.m. This will be Dr. Easton's last service
in this city. ■ ■ '
sj_S* FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, EDDY ST.,
B^e? near Jones— Rev. M. P. Boynton, pas-
tor. Services Sunday. October 11. 1896. Preach-
ing by the pastor at 11 a. m.. subject '-The Tern-
pie of God, :1 and at 7:30 p. _„ topic "Hiding
From Uod. Sunday-school at 12:30 p. _. ■Y. P.
S. of C. E. at 6:30 p. m. Prayer-meeting each
Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. Christian cul-
ture class Friday evening at 8 o'clock: All
these services are open to the public. Strangers
are especially welcome.
S_S= CALVARY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH,
OF-** corner of Powell and Geary sis.— Rev. John
Hempbill, D.D., pastor.' Rev. John H. Ken of the
S»n Francisco Theological Seminary will preach
at 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. M. Morning topic "The
Security of Those Who Trust in the Lord."
Evening topic: -The Power and Authority of
Christ's Words." Morning music: "Cantata Do-
mino." in A (Holden): offertory, -'The Voice of
the Father," by Covveu; alto solo, Miss Jeane.te
Wiicox. Evening music: "Deus Misereatur" in
D, W. P. Williams; offertory, . "My Soui is
Athirst for God" (from the "Holy City") by Gaul;
tenor solo, D. M. Lawrence. All are cordially in-
vited.
jg^3y=> FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH,
™ ; -*»^ Twelfth St., Del. Mission and Howard-
Sermon at 11 a. m. by S. M. Jefferson, dean of
the Berkeley Bible Seminary. Preaching 7:45
i\ M. by the pastor, Rev. Frank S. Ford, >übject,
"The Good Old Way." Social service 9p. m Sun-
day-school at 9:30 a. m. Y. P. .-. C. E., 6:30
p. m. Seats free. All welcome. . i-
gf_ss= THE FIRST UNITARIAN CHURCH.
~-**^ SW. corner Geary and Franklin streets.
Rev. Dr. Stebbins, minister. The Suuday-scnool
is at 9:45. The morning service is at 11 o'clock.
All are cordially invited. The evening service is
omitted. •
H_7~ a> THE SECOND UNITARIAN CHURCH,
IF- * cor. Twentieth and Capp sts.— A. J. Wells,
pastor. Sermon by the pastor at 11 a. m. The
evening lecture will be on "The Influence of
Poetry." Dr. Dan_iger*s Bible class at 7 P. M.
sharp. TbeSunday-school will Keep the harvest
festival at 9:45 a. m.; Miss Hobe, superintend-
ent. All are invited. Pastor's residence at 20 Lib-
erty st. .
Er_-g= FIRST NEW JERUSALEM CHURCH
m^£r (Swedenbqrgian). O'Farrell street, between
Webster and 'Fillmore. The pastor. Rev. D. V.
£Owen, will preach at 11 a. m. Subject, "Kings and
Priests Into God." In the evening services will
be held at 7:45 in the liurary-room. a cordial in-
vital lon is extended to all. Seats are free. Sab-
bath-school at 10 a. x. ■
Jt_3j- METROPOLITAN TEMPLE, FIFTH
B"- 5^ street, the People's Church — Sunday
night, 7:45 sharp. Rev. Dr. W. L. Birch. t>olo in-
strumental and vocal music. Hymn papers for
all. Come at 7:*o. Admission free. People in-
vited who believe in Christ's gospel truth that
God is Father of us all; therefore that men snould
try to be true brothers to one another. John H.
Drumgold, acting treasurer, 111 Phelan building.
It~S' DIVINE SCIENCE SERVICES AT
m^& Home College, 3360 Seventeenth St., bet.
Mission and Valencia, at 2:30 P. m. Discourse by
M. E. Cramer; subject, '-The influence of Divine
Science in the Home."
9CS* HENRY A. IRONSIDE, EVANGELIST,
SS^^ will conduct a series of revival meetings in
Gospel Hall, 832 Howard st., beginning this even-
ing and continuing every evening, except Satur-
day, at 7:45 o'clock. On Tuesday evening Charles
Montgomery will give an address on "Moses, the
Man of God." All are invited. Seats free and no
collection. .
B__s» SAN FRANCISCO THEOSOPHICAL
B?- 6 ' Society— Free public lecture every sun-
day evening at Academy of Sciences Hall, 819
Market St., at 8 o'clock. To-night, "Theosophy for
Business Men," by E. B. Rambo.
CT_-g= THE THEOSOPHICAL SOCIETY—
W-& Free puolic lectures every Sunday evening
at 8 o'clock, in Portala Hull, Native Sons' building,
414 Mason st. To-night, "Psychi.: Powers; Their
Use and Abuse," by 11. J. Colvllle. * ■
~" SUNDAY MEETINGS. ~~ '
THE Dis^
Ur-jS' tlngulshed platform test medium, will devote
the evening demonstrating his wonderful powers,'
giving bis - clear cut tests; full names, instances,
dates, etc Music by Mrs. Emma Sherwood, the
distinguished contralto vocalist. 334 O'Farrell su,
8 o'clock sharp. Admission 10 cents.
Bf__p AT 997 MARKET ST., "FIRST PRO-
&■—^ gressive Spiritual Church"— ll a. m . teat
developing circle, i p. m., tests, ,' flowers, articles
read, Mr. Han&en. Mrs. Dunham Warren, others-'
7:30 P. m., Mrs. Katie Heussman reads sealed
letters not seen or handled. ' Tests, Mrs. Warren,
McKee, Hariand. .
B_S- INDEPENDENT FREE THOUGHT
m^ Bible Spiritual Society at Dr. Rln-Es'. 909
Market si.: circles and platform tests: at 11 a. it.,
R. A. Stltts; 2 p. M., Mine. Bird, Mr. Hargrave;
8, Mmes. Dunham, Kottnr. : Fix, J. W. Suther-
land. Dr.'s office. 1236 Market su, 10 to 7p. _
BE_S» THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OF
» ; J ? the D. A. McDonald Central Club will meet
at Scottish Hall, 111 Larkin st., THIS SUNDAY
at 12 noon. All friends invited.
A. LAURiS lON, Chairman. :
R. S. Falconeb, Secretary. . ■ . i
B_3P~ W. J. COLVI_LE'3~FARKWE_,L SUN-.
ut^F day services. Anchor Hall, 997 Market st.;
10:45 a.m., "The Scientific Religion .of the
i-nture"; Monday, 3 P. M.. Valedictory lecture,
and 8 P. M., farewell grand entertainment.
|fSg= El/WARD K. EaRLE, THE GREAT
B»^ psychic, at Scottish Hall, Larkin st., to-
night, win demonstrate his wonderful power in
giving tests, messages and names; skeptics in-
vited: admission. 10 cents. -
B__s= OAKLAND PSYCHICAL SOCIETY
fit—^ Fraternal Hall, Washington st.; Mme. Mon-
tague lectures and gives readings at 8 P. M.; 3
o'clock lecture by Dr. Davis; remarks by Mrs.
Price; re-dings by ot_ers.*3RK9B
C{_^ PROF. J. a LOVELAND LECTURES
»- ' "How to Adjust Activities of Humanity to
the Progress of Sciences," 1 o'clock Washington
Hall. 35 Eddy st., followed by others. l Mrs. Logan
presides.
BIS 3 AT 111- LARKIN STREET. 8 P. M ,
m^y William P. Ha worth will lecture. There
will be a goo J musical and literary programme
«nd tests by prominent mediums. .Admission 10c.
B£ss= W. J. COLVILLK'S CLOSING LEC-
m**? ture in Oakland, Loring Hall, Eleventh and
1.1 y sts., Oakland, Sunday, 3 p.m. u The Spirit-
ual Alps and How We Ascend 'i hem." -,
Xg 1 JOHN SLATER. PHENOMENAL
*"-*" medium; seance to-night, Washington
Hall, 36 Eddy St., at 8 o'clock sharp; tests, mes-
sages; phenomena of the highest class. . .
_^B* GOOD CITIZENSHIP MEETING, MET-
m~-£? ropo.itan 'lemple, Sunday, October ■- 11,
3 P. M. Address by Dr. G. H. Derrick, the Oakland
orator, subject: "Good Citizenship."
Ci? AT MOZART HALL. 1358 MARKET
»-«' St., this evening, 7:30. Subject: "Dawning
Light." Tests given and divine healing. Public
invited. Aumission free. • •
WTZS' TEST .MEETINGB 2 AND 8 P. M.; 10c
I*—*' 335 McAllister su: Stltt, Clemens: skep-
tics invited.
*__f=> A TEST CIRCLE TO-NIGHT: 10c. M3IK.'
m^f yoUNG, 605 McAllister, TeL Jessie, 1108.
gt_S> MAI ERIALIZING TO-NIGHT*
Bg-^ 50c: sittings daily. .MRS. FULT. 'N, 31 Fell-.
O&S= MRS. EGGKRT AITKE.», TRANCE,
&-y test medium; sittings daily. 320 McAllister.
K_pilßS. KaTE iioSKINS, TKA.NUE ME-
m^y dtum; sittings $1: circleTues. eve. , 136 0ak.
R_3p FRIEND-HIP HALL. 326 MoALLIS-'
Or— S ' ter— Good tests, Bp. if. Mrs. C. J. Meyer. Ac
f_sg» MRS. SHrTnKR, ( ■ IRCLE TO-NIGHT~;
m^ tests to all. 26c 311 Van Ness aye.
. itOl'lVK *tf B&.f*Hl:xmi}i m ■■*■■■■.-• :
l^~_Tia 'HTHBoXTTrT s_ ! wsi_l~S__sJ_
Hr^s' The different committees on oorTTW
coming picnic, to be held in Harbor View l_vAf !
Gardens SUNDAY, October 18, will Pleaset^Wjf,-
take notice and meet at Hibernia Hall, 011'S^Br
Ninth st. , TO-DAY (SUNDAY), at 2p. M., ionj»_e
final : arrangements. H Musicians i will I please take
sotlce and send in bids. P. LYONS, C D.
_.. H___y, C. S. ' '
MEETING NOXICES— Continued.
i — OFFICERS AND MKMb'eiYs OTf^V/g
I Bt-Jk? Golden Gate Encampment No. l,"\f °
I I. O. 0.F., will assemble in Encampment XV
I Hah on MO.\ DAY. October 12, at 2 o'clock + .V
! p. m., to attend the funeral of C..J. COLLINS, P.
C. P. ; H. C. GEORGE. Scribe. ;
JE~S= ' YERBA BUENA - -ODOB ,>__«_> "''
ZS^ No. 15. I. O. O. F.— Oflict-rs " nrl ■^_2Rfc-
members will assemble In Memorial -^HsK3Sr
Hall, 1. O. F building, MONDAY, ■ '//"^
October 12, 1896, at 1 :80 r. M.. lor the purpose of
attending the funeral. of our. late brother, CJ.
COLLINS. M. K. JEFFRIES JR.. Acting N. G. ;v
A. D. Chkshikk. Rec Sec. . - ■ .
B_2S-.- CALIFORNIA LODGE NO. <_£«_£. "■
la— s ' 1, I. O. O. F.— Members' notice. •^r.'jf _^-
Important meeting MONDAY EVEN- :^3«ShKS£F
ING, Octooer 12. Amendment to by- - '" nv >
laws. . -:.. .-. A. .W.WILLIAMS, N.G.
P. J. Millet, Recording Secretary.v '
f^~s= THE S. F. .SCOTTISH IHIB- v V*.
vi-iS' tie Cub hold their 15th annnals.'awJ
Hallowe'en entertainment and ball, at "^xTj_* '
B B. Hall. 121 Eddy St.. .F»:lDaY>.'7*_9»
EVEN ING, October .0, 1896 . Great prosr»mme;
grand gala night; come one, come all. Admission
25 cents; hat rooms free. • _^- *
J. D. COULI X, Royal Chief.
.' GEOBGB W. PATKKSOX.;RtCOrder. . :. A'
gp_s»= . annual meeting— the k ; gular
tff^- 5^ annual meeiingof the stockholders or the
Sanger Lumber Company, will be held at the of-
fice of • the company, room ID, 2^ Market St.. San
Francisco, Cal., on TUESDAY, the -Oth day of
October, 1896, at the hour of 3 p. _:.'; for the pur-
pose of elrctln? a bourd of directors to serve for ihe
ensuins year and tbe transaction of such other
business as may come beior«r the me -ling. :
;. . . ALONZOM. G HIM, secretary.
Office— 22 Market st., rm. 10, San Francisco, Cal.
■_3p THE AN.NUAL Mi-. .TING OF THE
&- 1 " corporation •of St. Luke's Hospital will be
held at its office, 731 California St., MONDAY,
October 19, at 3:30 P. M., for the. election of mem-
bers of the corporation, a board of seven directors
and any other business coming before the meeting.
WILLIAM DOXEY, Secretary. -
B_SS=> NOTICE— THE ANNUAL MEETING
If-^ of the stockholders of the Bank of Califor-
nia will be held at the bank, nc-ho-ise in this city
on TUESDAY, October 13, 1896. at 11 A. m.
ALLEN M. CLAY. Secretary.
San Francisco, October 1. 1896. %
ffSS»Si)TIC£ OF MEETING— THE REGULAR
air—? annual meeting of the stockholders of the
Nevada Bank of San Francisco will be held at Its
banking office, 301 Montgomery st., Han ! Fran-
cisco, Ca!., -'on i WEDNESDAY- the fourteenth
(14th) day of October, 1896, at the hour of . three '
(3) o'clock p. m., for the purpose of electing a
board of directors to serve during the enduing
year, and for the transaction of such other business
as may come before the meetlpg. ■
D. B. DAVIDSON, Secretary.
San Francisco. P«»pt 80. 1896.
- SPECIAL.. NOTICES. ,
: fmi ; £srilAl)K^rcrOßDEß;
&26 f cheapest place in the city. H. - HUF-
SCHMIDT. 623 Golden Gate aye. .
flt;3p BAD TENANTS EJECTED FOR $4:
S-^ collections made, city or country. Pacific
Collection Co.. 415 :jont?y st., room 6. Tel. 5580.
g^Tg= BAD TENANTS EJECTED, $3. COOK,
g^y Law anil lollectlon Oflic. 1 »•_':< Markets'-
DIVIDEND s NOTICES. ~
i_^p" DivrDENxT oticeT^ a~di" vj d_Tnd
ia?-^ in liquidation of 3 per • tent on all deposits
has been declared by the California Savings and
Loan Society, payablf on and after MONDAY,
ocu 12, 1896, at the office of the • society, Mills
building, ninth floor, room 2.
VERSOS CAMPBELL, Secretary.
f_3s» DIVIDEND NOTICE.— THE 1 NEVADA
H^-^ Bank of San • Francisco. The board .of di-
rectors of this bank have declared a dividend (No.
18) for the quarter ending September 30, 1896, at
the rate of 6 per cent i» r annum, payable ,on and
after;ihe 15th of October. Transfer books will be
closed from the 1 Oth to the 15th inst., both days
inclusive. D. B DAVIDSON, Secretary.
San Francisco, Oct. 7. 1896.
_l'rUAX_O>s WANTED— FEMALE.
•QELIABLK FEMALE HELP FURNISHED.'
XVMRS.M.JOHNSTON.99S Market. Tel.Mint9o4
p ERMAN EMPLOYMENT OFFICE, MA-
VJT son st., furnishes best help of all nationalities.
DEFINED WIDOW, WITH GIRL 7 YEARS,
XV wants a position as > housekeeper: city or
country. Address R. W., box 107, Call Office.
T|<XPERIENCED STENOGRAPHER DESIRES
X- permanent posi ion; east- hours; low salary.
Address -teno, box 1, Call Office-
•ViriDi.W, UN IN CUMBERED, EXPERI-
-'i ence 1 in sickness and care of Invalid; thor-.
ougn housekeeper: has best of references: wants
situation in widower's small family: good home
more an object than wages. Address 967 .toward
su, near Sixth. , ■ - .- .
\TEAT YOUNG SWEDISH GIRL WISHES
— situation for upstairs work and sewing and
also understands dressmaking. Please call at 516
Myrtle aye., bet. Geary and O'Farrell sts. / • ' ■
ITUATION AS (.HAMBr.RMAID OR WAlT-
ress: good reference. 145 Fourth St., room 11.
OMPETKNT WOMAN WISHES .PLACE AS
keeper in widower's family: city or conn*
try. Address W., box 81. Call Office.
ADY WANTS WORK OF ANY KIND BY
Xi the day. 6 15 V 2 Stevenson st.
"VfICE YOUNG GIRD WISHES SITUATION to
-L\ do wailing or second work. Apply 25 Minna st.
EXPERIENCED NURSE WOULD LIKE A
Xj position as nursery governess or would take
entire charse of an infant or invalid. Address
615 Van Ness aye. . ' '. ■ '
V'OUNG GIRL WISHES POSITION ASCHAM-
I bermaid or seamstress and second work. Ad
dress O. H., box 147, Call Office. !
p OOD COOK WANTS SITUATION IN BOARD-
VJT ing-house, hotel or institution. Call or address
640y_ Minna st. ■' _______
SITUATION WANTED; A MIL • ...-AGED
0 woman; nurse children or Invalid; reference.'
Address Nurs- 1 , 702 Vallejo st., cor. Stockton.
1 DRESSMAKER AND SEAMSTRESS, GOOD
XJ fitter, sews 50c a day; city or Oakland. G. F.,
box 92, Call Office.
L IR>T-O_ASS GERMAN COOK. LATE OF
X Vienna German Cooking School: German fam-
ily pr erred. Address G., box 91, Call Office.
\M IDDLE-AGED WOMAN WANTS~POSITI7?S
1H as housekeeper in small family or chamber-
work in lodging-bouse; reliable references. Ad-
dress H. H., box 88, Call Office. -
\k[ OMAN, MIDDLE-AGED, WISHES SITUA-
'* tion to do light housework and cooking; wages
$12 to $15; good laundress. Call 754 Folsom
pOMPE TENT ENGLISH NURSE DESIRES
v- a position: full charge of Infant or young child:
Protestant: good references. N. N., box 105, Call.
YOUNG WOMAN DESKES TO B.- LADY'S
1 companion, an 1 do dreismaslng and ' care for
her wardrobe; first-class fit: $4 week. Call Mon-
day, 1208 Lombard st.;. Hyde-sU cars. - . -.'.*.
I__L_-AG_D WOMAN WITH BEST OF
references would like a position as house-
keeper: no objection to leaving tbe city, i-lease
call or address 3-7 Larkin, cor. Golden Gate aye.
: \\ IDDLE-AG KD G_RMAN~WIDO\V WISHE S
li- .situation as housekeeper. Apply or address
L. V., 207. Montgomery aye. ' t ■
ANIED—BV A Capable .woman, GER-
man and American cooking; good laundress.
Call Monday, 4-6 Jones st. ..».„_
tjespectable Woman wishes SITUA-
Xt tion as housekeeper in small family; widower's
family preferred. Please call 734 Montgomery St.,
room 18. *-.'■. :* - -?:■
/COMPETENT YOUNG WOMAN WANTS SIT-
\J nation to do second work and sewing. - Call or
address 1207 Mission st. ' ' '
ISHWAtHINO BY A COMPETENT YOUNG
woman; would ilo some washing or chamber-
work. Call for 3 days, 746 Mission, nr. church.
/COMPETENT DRESSMAKER, WITH EX-
\J perience, wishes a few mure engagements by
the day; terms, *1 per day. i 305 oak st. •
VV OMAN WAN IIS WOKK BY THE DAY;
» » washing, ironing or cleaning. Apply 411 Polk.
it ANTED— BY A COMPETENT ENGLISH
*' woman, a position as nurse and companion to
a lady. E 8., box 147, Call office.
pOMPET-NT W«jMAN; GOOD COOK; AND
Xj laundress; wants housework. Call or address
H. L., 3480 seventeenth st., near Guerrero. ,- ■. ■■
ANTED— SITUATION AS HOUSEKEEPER
or second work by -young woman; fund of
Children. .Address L. S., 529 Eighth St., Oakland.
\\! OMAN WISHES TO GO OUT BY TH r. DAY
V V to do housework or wasoing. • Inquire at 618
Natoma st. . . ;-< -: . •
G- ERMAN WOMAN WISHES TO WORK BY
the day. washing and ironing. '■. Please call or
address 1329 1 / _ Pacific st., between Leaveaworth
and Hyde. - : r , ; ■' -. J ;;' --...'". V ■ :,- • ■': ',
PARISIAN- GIRL, . EXPERIENCED NURSE,
X wishes a situation to take ' care of children or
do upstairs work: best city references.' ; Please cal
or address 270 Clementina st., near Fourth. •■ ' ■■-'.
H OH 87. KEEPER — RESPECTABLE™LaDY,
aged 40. wishes ; position . a take charge of
widower's family or any position of trust; refer-
ences. X. Y. Z>, box 9, Call Office.. . • " .
COMPETENT WOMAN WANTS • WORK BY .
\J the day: 75 cents aiw carfare: good city refer-
ences. AudressT. D., box 14, Call Office. ■-.•::/
r\RESSMAKER FROM NEW YORK WANTS
XJ work at ladies' residence or - ta_e work home.
Call or address 331 Eudy at. -• \ .
ANTED— SITUATION AS HOUBEKEEP-
er. MRS. BURK, Lester House, room 14,
629 Eighth st . Oakland. ">-• -;■■- ■ ,• ? ..-'*;.
RESfr.CTABLE \fIDOW, 29, WITH :1 . LlT-
tle girl, wishes situation as housekeeper for a
widower: city or country; stead/ place preferred.
838 Mission st., room 6. '
QTYLIBH DRESSMAKER WISHES ENGAGE-
O menu. $1 50 per .day; fit guar.t nieeu ; chil-
dren's work alsa 1703 Jessie si., near Eighteen b.
EXPERIENCED DRESSMAKER ON LADIES
J_ and ciii.dreu's clothes will accept engagements
in families: I $1 -6 per day; •- references. Apply to
D., 1218 Scott at. ' v -'
OMPETKNT TRUSTWORTHY WOMAN
\J wishes - to i do - washing, ■ ironing, > cooking • or
housecleaning by the day; best references." MRS.
CURTIS, ; 367 Twenty-sixth St., near Mission. -
EXPECTABLE LDERLY WOMAN WOULD
like position as nurse to an invalid; is skillful
and sympathetic; can relieve most: excruciating
palu in 48 ' hours; can cure sciatica, lumbago and
iheumatic gout. Address N. F.,.box 119, Call. '„.';
ESPECI'ABLE ELDERLY WO:* AN WOULD
like position - as housemaid and seamstress;
understands cutting and fit tinir perfectly; no ob-
jec ion to the country. Address S. P., box 119,
Call Office.' •
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1896.
pOOK AND CHAMBERMAID WANT PLACE
*U together; city or country. Apply at 204 Vis
(rear) Eddy st. . ■'... '■ ' - ■; .-. '.-'"•--.-. :•■••'. .'".':' --■■
p ERMA X GIRL WOULD ■„ LIKE POSIT N
vl for i enerai housework or cooking in country.
211 J 1 nth st. .- ■ ;'.:■:. '. ■ ■s'vyy.v". :'•■.-
-1) ELI ABLE YOUNG WOMAN WISHES
Xt work by the day: washing. ironing and clean-
ing. Call or address 119 Oak st. . '.-... ■ .V
\%riD,.W WOULD LIKE TO GET . BITUA-
" tlou as chambermaid or would like housekeep-
er's place in lo lglug-house. 821 Mission st. , ;•%■::
p ERMAN • GIRL ANTS A 7. PLACE FOR
,vT light ■■ housework In an American family ; isa
good plain cook; | wages $15. ■ Call . 204 Broderlck.
If LDERL V ; WOMA nTwISHES .: A : place IN
- email family: small wages. Address . 626
Chestnut st,, Oakland. >< -; ■-.: '■■ .--■ - . ■ ■;
\4, r ANT- D— SITUATION BY YOUNG SWED-
TT ish girl: cood cook, baker and laundress;
good references. - 1020 Mission st. < ; '..
/ OJIPE'I ENT GERMAN. WOMAN (Wll.OW)',
' KOc d cook and manager, wishes position in
private house, hotel or restaurant; city, or coun-
try. 741 Minna st. •■."
INFAN i 'S NURSE WITH BEST OF REFER-
ence wants situation; wages $25 to $30. Call
or address 929 Pine st» r • „ .. ■* :,1 '■• - :■ '-. •
/COMPETENT NURSE WANTS SITUATION I
\J to take care of children; no objection to -house-
work. Call 4.9 Minna st .. ... r
MIDDLE - AGED „ AMERICAN - WOMAN '
would like a plt-ce as , chambermaid, working
I housekeeper or companion: aood references- .-: Call
! iro— 1 1_ until 3 o'clock 117 Taylor at.", room 6,
first floor.-' -- ■'...-, :-, • . '•
VOUNO LADY," PROFESSIONAL IN SILK
X art embroidery, late of Marshall Field's, Chi-
cago, > will : submit samples: ■ desires work either
outside or at home. 131 Taylor st. .'■' ■ ■ :
VXfERIEiNCED DRESSMAKER; WORK
X_ done very reasonably: formerly of 706 Ellis
St., now at 131 Taylor st. ;.. ,: . . : , '
SITUATION WANTED BY RELIABLE LADY
Oas housekeeper in the ■ country; widower's
family preferred. Address L. D.. box 104, Call.
vy INCHES 1 ER HOUSE. 44 THIRD ST.. NR.
TT Market; 200 rooms: 25c to $1 60 per night;
$1 60 10*6 per week: convenient and respectable:
Iree bus and baggage to and from the ierrv. J " *:—
SITUATIONS; WAN TED-MALE.
uI*TT?R~"_r~C^"^HrNES_r^AND" JAPA-
nese employment office. 17 -Webb st, below
Kearny, nr. Cal.; tel. main 231. W.C. YOUNG, mgr
/CHINESE AND JAPANESE RELIABLE
Vhelp; tel. Main 1997. BRA DLX V 640 Clay.
"I APANESE AND CHINESE EMPLOYMENT;
O best help. 314b Sutter st. : teL Grant 30.
JAPANESE INTELLIGENCE AGENCY, R. 73,
st. Ann's bldg., 6 Eddy St.: teL Main 6234.
/CHINESE AND JAPANESE EMPLOYMENT
L 1 office ; •; best h el n. 4 1 4 % O'Karrell; lei. ■E. 421
WANTED— POSITION BY A*- THOROUGH
bookkeeper; has had 12 years' experience in
wholesale-house in East: best of references. W. E.
HEFFKKMAN, 393 Sixth St., room P.
ANTED— BY MAN AND WIFE; MIDDLE-
» » »ged. active, temperate, Christian couple; to
take charge of small rancn: experienced In chicken
and dairy worx; excellent references.- Address
I M., box 60, call Office. .. - -. ," - ■; .. - .'.
GOOD PANTRYMAN OR PORTER WANTS
work: give the best of references.- C P., box
106, Call Office. ' .
ANTED — EMPLOYMENT AT. HOME
TT evenings; painting showcards, writing visit-
ing-cards and engrossing che.iply. and elegantly
done; also teaching penmanship. MASON, 1 ' 102
Mason st . ; . ■■ ' > •' >.
YOUNG MAN SEEKS POSITION IN PRI-
X vate family to care for garden, .horses, cow,
etc.; references: wages $15. Address S. A., box
21, this office. ' ■ ". ■• ' •■■•■'■•-: : .:--." : V '• '■'''■■
ITU ATION WANTED BY INTELLIGENT,
able German-American of 30 of 10 years' ex-
perience on resistant vineyard; position in coun-
try cellar, with prospects of advancing. A. 8., box
148, Call Office. „ : ;';
OOD BARTENDER \V ANTS A POSITION;
is honest, ; quick and obliging; good refer-
ences. Address P.O. box 374,'Napa. Cal. .^'■ i^r-
WANTED— BY A YOUNG MAN A POSITION
« » as collector; seven years with last firm. Ad-
dress E. E., box 60, Call ■ flice.
p ERMAN WHO UNDERSTANDS PAINT-
VJ ing and gardening wants a place as porter or
work of any kind. Address E. 8.. box 33. Call.
\ OUNG AMERICAN WISHES A SITUA-
tioa as assistant bookkeeper; can do steno-
graphic work if necessary; wages moderate. Y.
A., box 70, Call Office. . _•*,- , .
OOK, COLORED; FIRST-CLASS MEAT AND
pastry; hotel or restaurant; city - or country.
1 H. _„ box 58, Call Office. ...
AN USED TO CARPENTER'S BENCH AND
horses wants steady job; suit institution.
Handy, 44 Third st. • - .
TTiMPLOYMENT WANTED BY A YOUNG
J_ married • man of 30: recently from the East;
first-class reference from city firm; will buy a
home and settle here if position is obtained. , Ad-
dress E.E., box 50, this office. : . . - •' ■_: ".'.-;"
HOROUGHLY RELIABLE MAN WANTS
X place to drive milk wagon and where he can
board in the - city - preferred. Address :or call
PAULSEN, 202 Sixth St.
VTURSE AND VALET TO INVALID GENTLE-
_\ man; first-clans Eastern and California refer-
ence. . ROBERT OARRETT, Park Hotel, 1830
night st. .■■■■■ -.-. ■-.■:.■■■ r ' „■■':.■■■
' OUNG MAN, HAVING 9 YEARS' E_tPEßl-
ence as engineer,, wishes a position as watch-
man or janitor: can produce satisfactory testi-
monials. Address J. W. SCAN DRETT, box 91,
Call office. -■■■'■■--•'.-■•-•-■•--••■•■• •■■■■..-
,\* IDDLE-AGED MAN i (GERMAN) WISHES
"iU situation on private place; is good horseman
and gardener; good reference. Address S. E., box
62, this office. - - ,
STUDENT OF LICK SCHOOL DESIRES A
home where bis service can be equivalent to bis
board ; references exchanged. Address D ALTON,
518 William St., Oakland. ,-. .. -
J~i OOD BOY. 14 YEARS OF AGE, WISHES
\J place to work for his board and lodging. Ap-
ply 8 Hayes st. : . . . '.v % .
YOUNG MARRIED COUPLE FROM THE
X: East desire work of any kind by the day, to-,
gether or separate; both strong and ■■ willing to
work; would work for small wages. Please call
or address room 28, 214 Third st. > , .-■• .- ■ '
ANTED— BY A MIDDLE-AGED GEi.MAN
man . and wife, situations : to take charge of
boardlns-house in city or country; good expe-
rience and- references given: wages to suit the
I times;- no children. ■ 32 second st.
HCHARDIST WANTS POSITION AS BU-
perlntendent or foren-.a i; 16 years' practical
experience; fruit vines, stock and general farm-
ing: Al references, .Address Ranch. 312 14
Fulton st. ' v..:-: •:. . ■■
TNTELLIGENT BOY, 14 YEARS, WISHES A
X situation in the country: good home and small
wages wanted. Call or address GEORGE CRU-
BUT, 817 Jessie st, off Ninth. . ; ' -i ; " V
YOUNG BUTCHER, UNDERSTANDS TO CUT
X meat, kill and make sausage, wants a place in
the city or country." ■ Address G. H., box 47, Call. •
BUMMER; GOING- SOUTH WOULD TAKE
. advertising or light side line. Address, with
particulars. G. H. 8., 187 Hyde st. J .
YOUNG FRENCHMAN . SPEAKING GER-
" ' X man and English wishes place a< gardener
and care of horses: good reference. Call or ad-
dress L. LITSCHEY, 1223 Stockton st. " .
\V JNCHKSTEH KODAK, 44 THiRD, NEAR
TT Market— Electric lights In . every room: 200
. rooms; 26c to $1 60 per night: $1 60 to $6 per
week: free bus and baggage to and from tbe ferry. .
Vjy 1 A CHESTER HO UoE, 44 THIRD. NEAR
TT Market— Electric lights ■In every ' room; 200
rooms: 26c to $1 50 per nigh': $1' 60 to $6 per
week: free bus anrt baggage to and from the ferry.
.■■ '• ' _\EM~A_..K " HELf WANTED.
I>EFINED mJu^ETTEHpER~~AND COOK?
XL small family, country, $30; see party here. -C.
R. HANSKN & CO., 110 Geary St. , , . ' :,'
IRL FOR. HOUSEWORK; MUST BE GOOD
cook: sraal. family; $25. C. R. HANSEN A
______________i__________ _____ __________
/GERMAN COOK FOR SMALL BOARDING-
VJT house; $20. G R. HASfENA CO.. 110 Geary.
it ERMAN NURHEd-RL; CARE OF 1 CHILD;
VJT $16. C. R. HANSEN A CO., 110 Geary at. -.
ANTED— GIRL FOR "LIN EN-ROOM.; EX-
cellent seamstress for first-class • hotel, $30;
nune but those having hotel experience wanted..
C. R. HANSEN <fe CO., 110 Geary at. / .-.:.-■
WAITRESS FOR COUNTRY HOTEL, $.5,
•>T see party here. C. R. HANSEN <fc CO., 110
Geary st. ■,■■.' ; . : -- '-■ "-;*:■*■■■: . ■':.'..' ";:■?■.'■: '"■
GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK- AND COOKING,
« Berkeley, $20: waitress, boarding-house city,
$15; ranch cooks, $16, $2t, etc. MURRAY A
READY, Leading Employment Agents, 634, 636
Clay st. ■■"• .-■',-- .-- •"■'•■■:.■'■■■■■:.:■. :': :•- ;:■ :■: v " ■?-.■■■■■-._■■;
!V V ANTED— LAUNDRESS AND CHAMBER-
TT maid,', country hotel, •$ 2O: cook, small hotel,
$25; dishwasher, restaurant, $20: 2 German ana
Scandinavian cooks (no wash), $30; Protestant
waitress and parl r maid,' $25; - 3 ' Protestant I sec-
ond girls, $20; 2 German nurses, $20: and a large
cumber of girls for cooking and housework. J. F.
CRosETT CO., 316 gutter Ht.,;-, ..; • .'
C 1 EADY ' GIRL ; FOR - MARTINEZ. $20;
i_> young girl for Suisun; fare paid, $10; German
girl, Howard st, $-0: German second girl, $20:
girl for cooking and housework, no windows, $20,
and others. German Employment Office, 306
Mason at. ■' -... / --.-.-.-.- ■-■• : . •-?.-.-■ j-<-..----'.- *-•■:.>:■-.■ ■;•■.
/URL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK: 3 IN
\J ' i amity. Apply 934HaIghtst „ • ,
s yOUN<> ; GIRL ; FOR. LIGHT t HOUSEWORK.
"'___________!!____________- _________
EXPERIENCED r. CITY.. SALESLADY -TO
X— handle c a very salable art ice to the trad e. U.
S. Industrial Agency, rm. 165 Crocker building.
A • PRENTICE WANTED AT HAIRDRESS-
A int. MISS DOYLE, 21- Powell st and 105
Ninth. •■;:-,.•■-■ '-" '-".-. "-■ :-.-.•■-'■ - ; - :':■■' ..'.■■ ■•••-•:.> ! "- : ; .-
WANTED— A LADY WITH A JEW HUN-
dred dollars : middle-aged lad p preferred ; busi-
ness coffee and lunch place ;please don't answer un-
less ■ you mean " business. Address Cook, box 91,
Call Office.* 1 .-'. .■■-■■■-■■■ .■:'--■.—:.:. ':"-.-"--;'• *'„■ : " ■'■' „;
CURSES WITH SOME k EXPERIENCE, TO
ii attend lady and child: reference. Apply 2219
Van Ness aye., Monday, 9a: if. ■ " " ; : '- - -„";■ '.■<■
T ADIES TO LEARN HAIR-DRESSING,
XJ manicuring, face treatment MRS. BUTLER,
131 Post si. ;•„•■.' ;.rU";. ',:■■■ >,"^ ">:•;■ V ■:■■.■' "..* " ' .: : :
PERATOR ON CUSTOM COATS. t, CALL BE I
tween 10 and 12 a. m., 60 Jessie St., cor-
beventh. '
-. . H__P WANTED— Continued. ri
IpiRST-CLASS". OPERATOR : ON' ?* CUSTOM ;
coats; Lood wages; steady work. ;> 740 Folsom. *
p IRL TO COOK AND DO GENERAL HOUSE-
work. 113 Powell st. " .' : ■ ■*i ■■■-:<.
U AN I ED— GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK AND
" washing. $12. 41 Eleventh St., 10 to 12. -„
FINISHERS AND BUTTONHOLE MAKERS; j
X good wages. 1104i_ Fo:som.;y: ■.: :■■; .■■■■-,..^.. ■'.".
TWO YOUNG LADIES: : LIGHT WORK:
good pay. Jackson Remedies C0.,235y a seventh.
\*,' AITRESS, 1807 HAIGHT ST.. HAIGHT
» * ; -treet Restaurant, nr. Park come early ready '
to work. ;-;. : ;v : ■-.•>■, j.. .-.'..; ■.-..^ ?;-'•;■■«?-•..,»,- » ; ; •;„.'-
-*> LADY SOLICITORS; GOOD SALARY AND
-^ commission: Monday, bet. 11 and 1. 61716 Post.
ANTED— NEAT GERMAN GIRL FOR
; ligh l; housework. : ■ Call - 1807 •- Vermont St., •
n<ar Twenty-fourth. ... •..-, ;-'.'"-.;. ...'Vi' :.•".- U,i ■'?■.-:
LJESPKCTABLE. GIRL; LIGHT HOUSE-
XX. work; references required; $10- Call 1603 „
Devisadero st. ' . ■ •■■ • .- .* ; ■--.■■. . ■■
.;. ■-.%■■■- .-■ $: . -$■-$.. $ %:■ . $ •
LADIES! --"■;"•• .LADIES!. LADIES!? i - :
You need not wear ill-fitting, unbecoming and
old-style dresses if you take lessons at the Mc-
Dowell Dressmaking : 1 chooi." We teach the cut- 1
ting, fitting, making and finishing of everything '
that :is ; new, novel and ; stylish. The - McDowell
Garment-drafting Machine is a wonderful inven- ,
tlon fordressc King: easy to learn: rapid to use;
received first award at the World' •< Fair, and only
system receiving a gold medal at the Midwinter
Fair. 1 erfect fitting pa' terns cut to order, 25c; •
latest skirt, 25c. Now is the time to enter the
McDowell. Dressmaking School, 636 Market St., ,
opp. Palace Hotel. : ■ ".."■;■.:..":":'■ ;
TEADY PROTESTANT GIRL OR WOMAN, ,
0 not over 46, to do general housework in Amer-
ican family of two; will have a good borne; j refer- .
ences: wages $12. ' Call 2000 Charming way, Ber- :
keley. -. .-■■ ■' . ■ ■. . ..■ ... ..;..,■..■. 1
VfEAT YOUNG GIRL FOR LIGHT HOUSE-
i.I work. Call 10 to 1- at 1111 Shot well gt. '
GIRL FOR : GENERAL HOUSEWORK. 604 :
Stelner st. : - Apply Monday, 11 to 2. • ■ -^ '
p IRL FOR LIGHT HOUSEWORK; 2IX FAM- '
Ily; $8; references; sleep home. '-37 Fair Oaks.
AIRDRESSINO, 25c iAN 35c: AFTER- ;
noon classes; 10 lessons, $1 50. 1248 Mission. ;
WANTED— MEN. AND WOMEN TO LEARN ;
<'. barber trade:, only 8 ■ weeks : required; tools . '
given and catalogue sent. S. F. Barber School,
1515 Howard st. .
LYNN'S DRESS-CUTTING SCHOOL: BEST
on the coast. 14 McAllister St., room 56. i
EW SKIRT PATTERNS; ■: JUST IN; 25c I
IN McDOWELL Dressmaking : School, 636 Mar-
ket st. -■ " • :,.-. .- .' ■ :-■ :■■ ■:,■;"■: ■■:' : - ; '■;•■ ■ ;
\,l OST CONVENIENT AND RKSPECTABLJS; '
«.'J- Winchester House, 44 Third st. near Market; ,
.00 rooms: 25c to $1 60 per night; $1 50 to $ i '
weft: | tree 'bus and bacgase to and from ferry. -;
; MALE ; HELP ' WANTED.
-1 nMILKERSFOR DIFFERENT DAIRIES,
lv $20, $22 60, $25:3 farmers, $20, $25; chore- ,
man for a vineyard, $15: choreman for city, $10; '
farmer s and wife, $370 : year. MURRAY A
READY, Leading Employment Agents, 634 and
636 Clay st. ; j
"I C WOODCHOPPERS, $1 50 '■ CORD; 20 TIE-
LO makers, 8c each; tailor for country shop: 4
miners. MURRAY & READY. Leading Employ-
meat Agents. 634 and 636 Clay st.
FOREMAN FOR AN ORCHARD AND VINE-
X yard, see boss here. MURRAY & READY,
Leading Employment Agents, 634 > and : 636 Clay. ;
COOK AND WIFE, COUNTRY HOTEL, $40:
3 cooks, $30, $40, $50; 3 dishwashers; 3 wait-
ers, $30, $25; ■ porter and pantryman, $20. MUR-
RAY A READY, Leading Employment Agents,
634 and 636 Clay st. , „ , :
TTEGET ABLE COOK, HOTEL, $30: KITCHEN
V hand, hotel. . $30. Call to-day (Sunday) at 10
O'clock. C. R. HANSEN „ CO- 110 Geary at.
A COLORED EXTRA WAITERS FOR COUN-
"± try hotel; fare paid. ; C. R. HANSEN & CO.,
110 Geary st. :; ; v ; "■ ■'.;:.•■.;.■■'■ -'
ECOND COOK; COUNTRY HOTEL: $76. C.
R. HANSEN A CO., 110 Geary St.
EAD COOK; FRENCH OR GERMAN; $80
to $80. C. R. HANSEN &CO., 110 Geary St. ,
vy ANTED— TEN MEN TO WORK IN WiN-
' I cry, pick grapes, etc : wages $20 80 a month .
and board; also larmers. milkers, laborers, cooks,
waiters and dlsli washers; neat waiter for coffee -
parlor, $7 per week, and others. W. D. EWER <_
CO., 626 Clay. * .
ANTED— EXPERIENCED SHOW MAN.
Address A. E. RING, Redding, Shasta
County. ■ ■ .- . ; -
\\r AN TED-QUICK. ACTIVE MAN OF GOOD
•*» . character: anxious and willing to please em- .
ployer; Catholic preferred. "C. P. and L. Co.,
Garden City Block, Chicago. , ]:■;
\\7. ANTED- EXPERIENCED 'SALESMAN
it and solicitor to travel; private conveyance;
wholesale fruits, general produce and special lines '
merchandise; small money: pledge required: un-
questionable references exchanged. Address, with ■
particulars, Exchange, box 25, this office. - -
tkf E OFFER PLEASANT WORK AND •
■' guaranteed salary to educated, well- appearing
man or woman; references given and required.
Address O. P., box 19. Call Office- ..y. : - ;; :
MAN WITH $50 CAN SECURE PERMAN-
ent, profitable, legitimate business. M., box .
9, Call office. .< ■-■■.■- ■■-.': :.«■,.■« \- ■■■. ',
ANTED-OFFICE BOY; CROCKERY AND
glassware business; 16 to 18 years of age; •
residing with parents in this city: wages $15 per
month. Address D. £„ box 81. Call Office.
EXPERIENCED SALE -MAN OF LACES AND |
X- trimmines: must be a good window trimmer ]
and stockkerper; good salary for the right party; .
also a competent city salesman to handle a very j
salable ■ article to the trade; persons holding U.S. •
Industrial Agency certificates are eligible. Room
165 Crocker building. — * v V
AN~TO~~CONDUCT, BRANCH OFFICE; ,
must invest $'..'5O. J., box 15 r Call Office. ' ,
UTCHER PARTNER WITH $150 CAPI-
tal; must understand how to take charge of
shop. - Apply 1107 Folsom st., from 11 to 2.
JOBBING PLUMBER AND METAL ROOFER
«J with 9 years' experience would like to get a ;
steady job; wages no object. Address P. T., box
33, Call Office. .. -
\4/ ANTED— MAN AND WIFE FOR RANCH.
" Apply to-day (Sunday), 606 a Powell st., bet. .
12 and sp. m. • . > ' , ' . < . •'
T7»OR CHOICE STEAKS, CHOPS AND ROASTS ,
X go to DENNETT'S, Fourth and Market sts. :
Tlir ANTED- AT ONCE FOR FALL TRADE
>• (our business Is best during hard times), ten
good salesmen: salary and < commission. Interna- .
tional Manufacturing Ca. lowa City, lowa. : ■.•..-.
bOY USED TO WAIT ON TABLE; BOARD- ■
l) Ing-house. ! 739 Fourth st. ; ■ . ;■ ' -
RUG CLERK; STATE QUALIFICATIONS
and references. Apothecary, box 140, Call. '
THIRST-CLASS PAINTER TO PAINT NEW •
X house; must be Al. * H., box 74, Call Office. -.-; .
WAN TED-FIRST-CLASS METAL CHASER •
TT for chandelier work. , Apply to THOMAS DAY
COMPANY, -7 Jessie st. ;- V^ %
YOUNG MAN TO TRAVEL: MUST HAVE
X $300 cash. Address J.. box 81, this office. .
JOURNEYMEN BARBERS' EMPLOYMENT
O secretary, H. BERNARD. 102 seventh st.
i^AJKBERs— FOtt EMPLOYMENT" CALL SEC.
l-> P. C. Barbers' Assn. 8. FUCH.s. 326 Grant
BARBERS' PROTECTIVE UNION EMPLOY-
ment secretary, CONRAD TROELL, 667 Clay. ?
vy ANTED-500 MEN TO-DAY TO EAT BEST
TT 6c and 10c meal in the City. / Old Economy, ■
410 Kearny. V ' '
ANTED - SEAMEN AT THOMPSON'S,
California House, 103 Clark st., below Davis.
TO TAILORS— COAT. VEVT AND PANT-
. makers wanted: apply at 11 and 6at the Ste- '
venson-sireet entrance. CHARLES LYONS,
wholesale tailor, etc., 721 Market st. •
HOTEL, RES'I AURANI'S WISHING COOKS,
waiters, St. Louis Casino, 215 3d. NAUMAN. .
E SIMON WANTS 100 Mk.N TO nET BOT- i
. tie beer or wine 6c; best free lunch. 643 Clay. ;
SHOES! SHOES! SHOES! NEW TO ORDER:
; any style, $3 . up; ■ misfits and cast-off shoes
bought or exchanged ; ; larg ■ stock of second-hand
shoes: first-class repairing; •> work * guaranteed.
749 Mission st., near Grand opera-bouse. ; * ' c^.r
AILORB WANTED AT LANE'S, 604 DAVIS
St., Mariner's Home. .- '" .-'.-..-.'•■> '.
TY.t,ISH= AND DURABLE CALF SHOES
made to order, $2 60. 969 Howard, nr. Sixth.
ANTED— SO MEN FOR SINGLE ROOMS;: I
T T $1 wee-. 25c night. ; 321 Ellis st; Bosedale.
WANTED— AN IDEA; WHO CAN THINK OK
some simple thing to patent? Protect your :
ideas: they may bring you ■- wealth. Write JOHN
WEDDERBURN & CO., Dept. L, Patent Attor-
neys, „ Washington. :. D. C, for ; their $1800 prise
offer and list of 200 inventions wanted. ; • »
BEHT IN CITY--SING' E ROOMS, 15, 20 AND
26 cents per night. | $1. $1 25, SI 60 per weelfc ;
Paclflo —Louse. Commercial and Lei_esdorlt sts.
MEN'S HALF-SOLING, LADIES, 40a:
done while yon watt. 6.-8 Market, opp. Palace
Hotel branch 767 Market, opp. Will _ Flnck's,S.F' j
LARGEST STOCK OF SECOND HAND SHOES '
on band; shoes to order, *3 60; band-sewea
shoes, $6. 7-6y 3 Howard St., bet. Third and fourth
WINCHESTER HOUSE. 44 THIRD ST..NEAR
TT Market; 200 rooms, 25 cents a night; reading-
room : free bus and baggage to and lrom the ferry.
R Y ACME HOUSE, - 957 i MARKET ST., BE-
-1 low Sixth, for a room; S 26c a night: $1 a week.
OOMs 160 10 76c PER NIGHT: 600 TO *1 60
per week, r Oriental, 225 DrnmmsU' , ' ■'„ -
.I ' IN DELL ' HOUSE. .' SIXTH AN U HOWARD
li gig. ; single lurnlshed rms 7 fie week. 16c nigh:. ';
X\T ANTED— ? ROOMS, 15c A DAY; $1
'» veek; rooms for two, 26c a day, $1 60 a weelc;
rwwllnirroontt: dally papers.:; 36 Clay st. . _ : ,;
' ANTED.TO COLLECT WAGES DUE LA 808
i er-Aclerks. KNOX Collection A gey. 110 Sutter
WANTED— « AND I MECHANICS
jto know that Ed Roi-in. Reno House proprie-
tor, still f runs Denver i House, 217 ■ Third su : 140
: lari* rooms; 26c per night: $1 to $3 per week. '
ri{\(\ 10 take LODGING at 100, 15c
JWU a_d 20c a night, Including wuXea aim roll*
624 Washington gt.. near K-arny. "■: ■ >", ■"'...:-. ,rt
Ur ANTED, .YOUR ■". SHOES— WE =-. REPAIR .
i shoes up to 11 o'clock every night: those work-
Ing through the day can have their sDoes repaired 1
at night while you wait: ladles' soling, 36c; men's !
soling,' 60c; ;, fine shoes made to order from $2 up: I
we have a lot of shoes, been damaged by 1 water, at ■
less than one- fourth . their value, from 25c up to ,
92 60. 662 Mission st,, bet. First at, and Second st.
\ ', .;.;: AGENTS WANTED. ; . :
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__. represented by one prospectus; first agent re-
ports 32 orders in four days; F. Person, manager
subscription Department, THE WHITAKER &
RAY CO., 723 Market st. ; . -; ' ' V;
•-•A GENTS TO CANVASS— SOMETHIXGNEW:
Jti.' sell on sight; large profit.. 2iy 2 Third, rm . 5
ANTED— AGE ST- TO CALL ON HOTELS,
restaurants and saloons; bg money; * small
capital required. ; Address C. 0., box 117, Call.
ALARY $50 MONTH: ACTIVE WORKERS
additional commission; former correspond-
ents write ; again: your letters n6t deliver d. W.
P.' A., box 482, Oakland.
pENTLEMAN OR LADY TO SELL MINING
vJT shares on the installment plan; liberal com-
mission to those giving good ' references. Address
Marlposa Gold Company, room 61. 3. California st. |
EE i ADVERTISEMENT : IN BUSINESS
chances of Manufacturers' Agency.
» GENTS .WANTED TO CANVASS IN CITY.
/x- and countrr for a new magazine; others are
making $.5 a day: you can: we pay expenses. Call
14 Sansome st., room 42, and be convinced. • -*■
ADY AGENTS; LARGE PROFITS: EXCLU-
XJ sive territory. Address 1427 Franklin St.,
Oakland ;, -;.-.. ..-.■; ■■■.■[:;.. : ,: ---■■; ■'-■.; . ■:■
GENTS— FEW WEEKS MORE IN WHICH
to coin money with campaign - books. . The
WHITAKER _ RAY CO.. 723 Market St. .
1 NTELUGENT BOOK CANVASSERS.
1 Standard Dictionary Agency, 933 Market st.
EEDS' POPULAR WATER FILTER; $1 50
will start you . BRICK it CO.. 719 Market st.
- - houses WANTED. , - ■;■■;-"_'
tV^c^l^TfTjr^TsTikd^h^ou^e^v^n^
1> rent not exceeding $160. Particulars of V-
LIEN SMITH, Real Estate Agent, 420 Montgom-
ery st. , ■ .-■-.-, .■■■• , •■. . • - ■ • -.
c Want some choice cottages,
houses and flats immediately to fill the de-
mands of our clients settling for the winter. A. J.
RICH & CO., Real Estate Agents, 112 Mont-
gomery st. . . • •-■" .-.- --- :. :
ANTED— MODERN HOUSE IN WEST-
era Addition . containing 12 to 14 rooms, fur-
nished or unfurnished; -would -rent for term of
years: state location. - Address MACK & CO., 11
Front st. ■ -■ - • . ; , ■'■ '• ■ - ■"'■ --■-■■•■.■.-.,■.-■•
ROOMS WANTED. -.-.•.;.
O^N^XArrY^O^CuiplED^R^ir^^U^TlL
5 would like room and board in exchange for
services after hours; good loud reader. Call after
6 P. m. at 929 Pine st.
WANTED— GENTLEMAN AND WIFE WISH
. suite of 2 or 3 rooms for light housekeeping,
or small, furnished flat; central: references. I W. R.,
box 25, Call Office.
WANTED— MISCELLANEOUS. :
r\_^G^2D^N^fi_^R^Bo7jG^TT^E^FE_^
\J ry, watches repaired. MUND, 1133 V Mission.
ELL YOUR BOOKS, CLOTHING AND JEW/
ik 7 elry to A. KLEIN. 109 Sixth St.: send postal.'.
EDUCATIONAL."
ET£3^rTn?sTN^S^cT»_LEG^r^4^^OST
St.— Bookkeeping, business practice, short-
hand, typing, telegraphy, modern languages, Eng-
lish branches, electrical engineering, etc.; 20
teachers; 15,000 graduates: catalogue. :"• '.■■'■
ME. MELVILLESNYDER, 715 POST ST.;
vocal . music, piano, elocution, . practical
Shakespearean, and general dramatic acting a
specialty ; vocal classes Monday, Br._; $1;
YRKS', THE LEADING COLLEGE, 325
Montgomery st. ; - individual . instruction in
shorthand, typing, bookkeeping, telegraphy, etc.;
life scholarship $50: low rates per week and mo.
TIEHL'S SHORTHAND AND BUSINESS
college. 723 Market st. ; expenses less ' and
scholarship better than elsewhere; day and night.
. ELAsCO'a LYCEUM SCHOOL OF ACTING—
1-i 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 chanlcal - engineering, surveying, i archltectnre-
nssay: estab. '64. VAN DERNAILLEN, 723 Mkt.
A LMA E. HYER, PIANO. MANDO-IN BAN- I
J\. .io. 405 Geary, Rm. 17: thorough instruction
OOKKPNG, WKITNO, ARITHMTC, GRAMR
day it nlslit: noclasaes: $5 month. 845 Mission
DKOt'. LOUIS MERKI: VIO.UN, MANDOLIN.
X guitar, cornet, reasonable. 225 Geary ,nr. PowlL
R. <fc MKS. KOLA.NLER, TEACHERS MAN
dolln, guitar, banjo. 935 Market st., opp. Mason
PANISH LESSONS BY SPANISH . LADY;
class or private; reasonable. 230 Page st. '
NGLISH BRANCH KS TAUGHT: ENGLISH
literature. MISS FAGEN, 427 Sutter st.
•\7-OICE CULTURE. DELSARTE ELOCUTION
V taught thoroughly, 25c lesson. 749 Folsom.
p UITAR, MANDOLIN, PIANO AND VOCAL
VX lessons, $3 mo. Mary Westhaus. 39 Fifth.
p UITARIST, YOUNG LADY PUPIL M. FER-
vJ rer: few scholars. 419 Geary, room 2. .
SCIENTIFIC ASTROLOGY. .
"i" EV_NTS^OF^LIFE^ FORkTOLD BY THE
A. horoscope: advice on all business' speculation
my specialty, and business men protected by my
method: success guaranteed : oil and minerals lo-
cated by the science; correspondence by mail. DR.
ST. CLAIR. 916 Market ■!.. room 26: hr». 9 to 7.
_ CLAIRVOYANTS. _ : ~~,
'vVm r^Walter's, g r e at~care^read e r
iVJ from Tebama . st., returned alter a successful
tour of Australia and British Columbia^ she helps
the unfortunate, secures employment, vises on
love, marriage and divorce: helps you to control
your loved ones: learn thy destiny: start -aright:
ladles 25c, gents 50c. . 951 Mission st., near Sixth.
RRIVED FROM THE SHADOW OF THE'
pyramids the great Cleopatra, whose wonder-
ful Egyptian astrologicaCand French clairvoyant l
cards contain - your » star ■of ■ hope; . ladies 25c,
gents 60c 136 Hayes St., near Van Ness are.
ITANA, THE GYPSY QUEEN, 8 TURK ST.;
. truthful in her predictions; reliable In : her ad-
vice; no matter what troubles yon may have, come
and she will guide you right; no fake; satisfaction
guaranteed: office hours from 9 to 9.
ME. PORTER, WONDERFUL CLAIRVOY-
ant, card-reader, born with a double veil and
second sight; ladles 60c, gents $1; palmistry and
clairvoyant sittings $1 60. - 126 Turk si., nr. Jones.
ME. SYBILLE TELLS FROM CRADLE TO
grave: pictures given; : ladles 25c; gents 60c
914 O'Farrell st. r '
MME.; SCHMIDT, CLAIRVOYANT, TELLS
li past, j present and future: success to all; for-
tunes by mall: low prices. 856 Mission st. -
ME. LEGETTE— PRESENT, PAST AND
future; 25c 311 Tehama, upstairs, nr. Fourth.
FAMOUS MMX. LEONA ARRIVED; . CLAIR-
X voyaut and magnetic healer; office 12, 1 Fifth,
\f ME. MOREAU, BEST MEDIUM: REVEALS
ill past, present, future; 25c up. 764 Howard su
ME. RAVENA READS LIFE FLUENTLY:
business advice; names given; 25c up. 5 Fourth
YPB V LIFE-READER, REMOVED FROM 5
seventh' to 4 Twelfth St.: ladles 25c: gents 60c.
ME. DR. THOMAS. CLAIRVOYANT: 25
years Kearny, now 929 Post: fee $1; letter $2.
TuTmE. HANSEN, PALMIST, CARD-READER;
IVJ past, present and future; 25c 148 6th st., r. 5.
PARMEN DIAZ, LATE ' FROM MEXICO,
\J palmist and card-reader, 9 Powell su, room 8.
"lUCKY MEDIUM AND CARD -READER;
XJ tells everything: ladles 25c. 243 Shipley st.
ME. PEARL, LUCKY FORTUNE-TELLER
and magnetic healer. Parlor 2, 223 Post st.
ME. DAVIS, CLAIRVOYANT AND MAG-
netic healer; charms. Parlor 2, 122 Post st. .:
pLAIRVOYANT; LADIES AND GENTS; FEE
V 2i)C. 41 Minna st. basement; *■ -.-r
; V . b_>lKlTi;A-,1-_t.
HEN VALL'OTHERS GO . TO MME.
»» SAYLOR, whose grandly prophetic guides
never fail to give : valuable advice; ladies 25c,
gents fiOc'-. 135 Hayes St., near Van Ness aye,
QO/» MCALLISTER— FRIENDSHIP HALL;
O-.O free test meeting at 2 and 8 p.m. Mrs.'C. J.
Meyer: other sittings daily; test circle every even'g
O.NCHITA, WONDERFUL CARD-READER,
' removed 821 Howard to 138 a Fourth, rm.. 2. . .
RS. ELLIS, MEDIUM, SITTINGS, 9 TO B, $1;
circles Tues., Fri., 2 p. _„ 26c 1824 Market st.
"I ' EANDER, INDEPENDENT, SLATE- WRlT-
—_ter, business and developing medium. v 1007 Mkt
\ , RS. i SHRINi-.R, TRANCE MEDIUM; SlT-
i'l tings dally :clr.Suu.<fc Wed.eve. 311 Van Ness.
;M. FRANCIS, -IN DEPENDENT , SLaTE-
. writer. 118 llalght St.; hours 9 until 6 p. M.
;,.;.■ hypnotism; '. ;
"r^rp^orisi^A^sir^vTiXL. magnetism
XX practically and scientifically taught In 1 3 les-
sons, a so r how'- to : hypnotize Instantaneously, by
professor of the French school; a good opportunity ■
is v here offered to physicians -- and ' students of
science interested in its therapeutic effects; high-
est credentials:corresponiience solicited. Call or ad-
dress Hypnotic and Mesmeric Institute, 6 O'Farrell.
,; DELINQUENT SALK NOTICES. .
ASP_jß~Tc7)N^oTl_iATl:_r~_7Nl?{G^C^M^
pany— Location of : principal place |of business
San Fra 1 Cisco, Cal., at 811 Brannan sU"»- s*ss©~a#i
- Notice— There Is ; delinquent upon tbe following
described stock on account of assessment levied
on the 3d day of July, 1896. the I several amounts
set opposite the names of the respective share-
holders as follows: yj pf^iicsfca b(||bw*»>~^wh]H!BHJm
L. 'G. Crossley. certificate No. 17, ; 3000
■ •5hare5.'.:.....:::.'. ...... .................... $90 00
L.' G. Crossley, i certificate No. * 18, '■ 3662 ■■ -- ■
' , shares . . . : ..... ::.-.. .;. ..;.:. .;'. ;.'... v 108 86
L. G. Crossley, certificate No. 19, 6000 ■
r. 1 5hare5...:.. .:..:. :.r... '.*..:.. '.:.....:..:.' 150 00
L. ,G. Crossley, . certificate , No. ■: 20, 6000 ■
•■:' i 5hare5...... .:......:... ...;..•.:.%.. :..'..v>150 00
,'i Said certificates, Nos. 19 and s 20, have not been
Issued ' by Ihe I corporation and are not signed ' by
the president thereof. , -. : - -.?■• -. .
And in accordance with law and an order of the
board of directors, made on the 2d day of Septem-
ber, 1896, so many shares of each ' parcel of such ■
stock as may be necessary will .be sold at 811
Brannan st., San Francisco, on the 28th day of
Octoter. 1896, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. of
such day, to I pay • delinquent | assessments there-
on, . together ; with ; costs . of advertising and j ex-
penses of sale." •■■■■■■ . - ' S. H. KOBINSON, Sec.
w Location of office, 811 Branaan . st.. San -Fran-"
ci 4 co; location of works, Kanaka Valley Mining
District. El Dora 10 County." Cnl. - - k.-: ? .- -
PHOTOGRAPHERS > SUPPLIES.
4S?rsTTr_ii^AiaiEß^rs^^ STOCK
-J v photo goods. ' Cal. Camera Co., 124 Geary gt.
PERSO>'ALS.r . -|>_ _ .^v :
ID^f^^A^ED BU^lN^S^M^n7g*E^m2lN,
with some 'i> cans. desires , acquaintance ,of
single or widow lady with ■ a few hundred dollars:
German preferred; object matrimony. Address
Hamburg, box 19," Call Office. -
ANTE_~A~VIFE BY AN HONEST
I W young man about 32; prosperity guaranteed ;
a young lady with means or employment; no other
need apply. Address Wife, box -4. Call Office.
LDERLY-LADY OF means; GOOD READ-
Xi er and writer; inclined to traveling: to enter
in business with elderly gentleman with fine busi-
ness of an artiuic sature. Address Artist, box 19,
Call Office. No fake nor triflers.
SON'S LETTER SEPT. 14 TO C. K. HAS
reached wrong party, hence trouble. How can
a letter reach you? W.OIFFORP, 1735 Church St.
~A MY-(YES; NO. 1-3); EVER TRUE. BEN.
rosEPH MCKAY, FORMERLY ok-ivaCOha,
0 please write M. M. A., box 60, Call Office, S. r.
At IDDLE-AGED LADY OF REFINEMENT,
M German, desires a position In widower's fam-
ily or with gentleman as housekeeper; city or
country. Address L. M., box 56, Call Office.'
MBS. MULLIN, PLEASE COME HOME TO
■ mother; something important.
yOONG ORPHAN GIRL WOULD LIKE To
X be adopted by people of means. Address A. 8.,
box 92. Call Office. ... ■
I HAVE ENOUGH ROOM AND, I THINK,
enough people employed ;at my Jialr-drcssn^
parlors to serve all who come at once; no waits:
hair-dressing, 25 cents: switches, $1: "Uuinoma.
Hair Tonic, »5 cents. G. LEDERER, 111 StockJ
ton st. ; .: ,-.' : ___________———————'
HE LATEST IN PHOTOGRAPHY, • HOL-
X ler's multiple photos, 12 different sittings on one
card, 60 cents: cabinets from $1 a doz. up: crayon
portrait free: 5000 aquarelles 20x24, given away.
HOLLER. Photographer, 8 Sixth St. .
ME. BEATRICE HALL, THE CARD-
reader, has arrived. Office 4, 777 Market st.
"POSITIVELY CURES RHEUMATISM AND
X neuralgia. Mexican Remedy Company, 204 _
Leaven worth st. . r
R. ADA WALLACE : HAS MOVED TO 122
Taylor St., room 8. .
rpRILBY, TRILBY— EVERYBODY IS GOING
1 mad about Trilby; there Is a play. written in
San Francisco that would . both mesmerize and
paralyze Trilby if she was to hold the candle.
ADY LEAVING CITY, WOULD . SELL 2
Louisiana mockingbirds; reasonable; trained
to mock anything. Call 707 Clementina. ■• '
ONE COW'S MILK FOR BABIES. ADDRESS
509 Point Lobos aye.
________________________________________
WIVES AND MOTHERS— DRUNKENNESS
IT can be cured without the patient's knowledge;
will : send receipt free : to those who need it. Ad-
dress with stamp, MRS. MAY HAWKINS, lock
box 131, Grand Rapids, Mich. ■ - ' •'■'■■ ■'-■.."- ■
DANCING— BALLROOM OR STAGE TAUGHT.
IRVINE'S, 927 Mission St., opp. U. S. Mint.
"n AG CARPEfs~WOVE TO ORDER.FOR balk;
XV 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.
T> ARGAINS— A LINE OF CLOAKS TO BE
X> closed out from $1 60 to $2 50, worth $5 to
$20 apiece, at 22y_ Geary st. , room 41.
ROF. FOSTER'S DANCING. SCHOOL RE-
moved to Mozart Hall, 1358 Market st. : waltz <_
reverse guaranteed ; private or class; terms reduced
ATCHES. DIAMONDS, JEWELRY OF ALL
kinds at reduced prices: must move; building
to be torn down. . 5 and 7 Third si. ' „ ■■■■;
DUPTURE AND PILES CURED; NO PAY
XV until cured: send for book. DRS. MANS-
FIELD A PORTERFIELD. 838 Market st.
1 (\(\l\ CARDS, $1 60: SHOW CARDS. 15c:
XUUU tel. black 14L HILL. 22 Geary, rm. 39.
DVICE FREE; DIVORCE LAWS A SPS-
cialty; private; no charge unless successful; all
law suits, claims, collections, wills, deeds, etc., at-
tended to. G. W. HOWE, atty-at-law. 850 Marketst.
N. BRITTAIN, 20 GEARY ST., FOR FINE
watch repairing and jewelry work; low
prices; first-class work. . : r .'.'
QUITS CLEANED. PRESSED, $1; REPAIRS
0 reasonable. 26 Montgomery, r. 14; tel. red 2374.
pLOAKS, FURS AND SUITS RETAILED AT
\J wholesale prices. , Factory, 20 Sansome st. .■',.
TJURNETT'S CORN CURE— SURE CURE FOR
X) corns, bunions, warts: 25c. 327 Montgomery.
DARTINGTON'S SCHOOL OF MAGAZINE
X and Newspaper Illustration; day and evening
ciasses: instructors, J. H. E. Partington, Gertrude
Partlngton, K. L. Partington. Particulars 424 Pine. |
ORRIS BERRY. FORMER FORE M A N
Albert Miller's cloak store, has opened a busi-
ness at 14 McAllister, Rms. 45-46: ladles', misses',
children's cloaks to order ;flt guaranteed ;low prices
mRUNKS DELIVERED 25C. BAY CITY
X Transfer Company, 244 Sutter; tel. Grant 67.
A T THE PEOPLE'S ONE DOLLAR MEDICAL
A Institute, all cases treated and medicines fam-
ished for $1; call or write. 3 0291/2 Market s_,
, bet. Sixth and Seventh, San Francisco, Cat.
A LL FACIAL*BLEMISHES, SUPERFLUOUS
xi hair, moles, freckles, sc»rs, etc.. removed by
Elite Electrolysis Co., 226 Turk, nr. LeavenworLO.
KAZOR-FIXING OUR SPECIALTY; FINE
edge put on razor,2sc Razor Exchse,63oMarket
"OIG OUTDOOR BTEREOPTICON SHOW EVS-
X> ry night cor. Market and Sixth sts. ; artistic *_•
■ vertisements In living light; promoters of but*
ness. Consult OWL ADV. CO., 1140 Market
LECTRIO LIGHTS IN EVER Y ROOM I
X_ Winchester House, 44 Third St., near Market:
£00 rooms, 26c to $1 50 per night: $1 50 to $6 per
week ; free bus and baggage to and from the terry.
T IBEIiAL ADVANCES ON DIAMONDS, J_W-
XJ elry. etc : lowest rates. £48 Market st.
__• GOLD. SILVER, GENTS' AND LADIES'
clothing bought. COLMAN. 41 3d. cor. Jessie.':
dressmakers:
HE IMPERIA-T^ATT^RNT^ATtiT^IIE
1 latest style : and •■ the most fashionable made.
For sale by WILL. <_ FINCK CO., 820 Market st.
P-TO-DATE FRENCH TAILORS' SYSTEM
taught: suits, $3 50 up. M. BORTHWORT,
BS9 Geary.
EGARMO'3, :■ 416% GEARY: ELEGANT
XJ stylish dresses, $5: dresses made over. ,. ;.; -r
RESSES $2 UP: WRAPPERS 50c UP:
lawn $1 an. 5053,4 .Natoma St.. above sixth.
LOST.
T OST— A PAIR^F^^LrTsPECTXcLES, bY-
XJ tween San Leandro and Oakland, ' on Friday
eve., Oct. 9. Return to Dashaway Stables, 370
Eleventh st., Oakland, and receive reward. ■ >
T OST— DIAMOND PIN, CORNER CASTRO
XJ and Twenty-fourth sts.; person with dark suit
and telt bat who picked up pin about 1 o'clock Fri-
day last kindly return immediately and receive
liberal reward. 63'J 1,3 Ellzabetn st. .
OST— WHITE GREYHOUND NAMED
Belle: right eye and left ear - brindle. - Return
to 1604 Sanchez st. and receive reward.
v.ST— PAIR GOLD SPECTACLES, ON FlL-
bert st., bet. Stockton and Dupont: reward.
602 Filbert St. : • .
I ; OST— OCT. B— FOX TERRIER BITCH : $50
XJ reward for her return to M. BARRY, tallow
works, San Bruno rd. near Courtland aye.
OST— A SILVER PITCHKK, WITH ; OWN-,
er's name, with dogs. Finder will be well re-
warded by leaving It at 509 Kearny St., room 8;
no questions asked. . . : •
Sll9 F\f\ REWARD— LOST— BLACK, WHITE
«_"!_. _»U and tan English setter dog: tag on col-
lar. ■ Return to 844 Harrison st. ■■■ . .i:_g^agUl!(_i4
~T~~~~ FOUND. ~~~ ■ '
ley. Owner apply cor. Durant and Third sts.,
ley. :. Owner apply cor. Durant and Third sts.,
West Berkeley. ■ ■
CARPET CLEANING.
T^ARPETS CLEANED ASd'^SOVATEO
\J like new. FERGUSON A CO.. 23 Tenth; l*-
-OUth 34 D MACKINTOSH CO.. successor,
HEN YOU- BECOME DISGUSTED WITH
poor work send to SPAULDING'S Pioneer Car-
pet Beating Works, 353- Tehama st. ; teL So. 40.
* ADVANCE CARPET CLEANING CO., 402
JTVSutter, tel. Main 394. S. S. FERGUSON.manzr. j
J"^ E. MITCHELL. CARPET-CLEANING CO.
240 14th st. ; cleaning 3c a yard. i Tel. Mis. 74.'
ITY -TKA-L CARPETCLKANING.RENOVA.
; tine, as .th. STEVENS, mgr. . eL South 230.
pARPET CLEANING, 3c.; LAYING, 3c.; KUU
\J samples free: tel. Jessie 944. Stratton. 19 8th st. |
lON KLIN SCAJKPET _ BATING VVOKj_a. __ J •
\J Golden Gate aye.: telephone east 126.
•QC A YARD AT GREAT WESTERN CARPET <
O Cleaning Works. , 11 Eighth st.
ONES & \ Ca. - MAIN l OFFICE 25 AND 27
Elehth St.: tel. J^sslo 1061 , *. -\
'-■'-'■'■;' V 7'\ DENTISTS.; . '
pOLTON DENTAL ASSOCIATIONTBoT_fARr
\j ket st. DR. CHARLES W. DECKER. -
/r)R. L. T. CKANZ- EXTRACTION PAIN L#SS-
J-/, crown : work, bridge work ; and teeth ; without
plates a specialty. 103 Geary st., cor. Grant aye.
Cj.7 A SET FOR TEETH- W AKR AN TED AS
tff) I , good as can be made: filling $1 DR SIMMS,
dentist, 930 Market St., next Baldwin Theater.
p A I N LESS , ! EXTRACTION, 50c; i CROWN
X bridge work a speciKlty: plates $5 up: 13 years'
experience. „ R. L. ,W ALSH;d.D.s!, 815%' Geary.
-TVR. LUDLUM HILL, 1443 MARKET ST.. NR.
XJ Eleventh; no charge for .extracting when
plates are made; old plates made over like new;
teeth from $8 per set; extracting 50c; gas given. v
OET O*' TEETH WITHOUT A PLATE. DR.
OH. G. Young, 1841 Polk at.
R. J. J. LEEK. 1206 MARKET, COR. GOLDEN.
■ Gate aye.; Open evenings: Sundays '■: till roon.'
pROOME DENTAL ASaOulA 1 ->l.,rt-
\J ket, bet. 3d and 4th; j gas specialists; painless
extracting, with gas, $1; plates. $5 up; fill, $1 up.
R. GEORGE 'W. LEEK, THE :- GENUINE
• 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.;
y ULL SET OF TEETH, 97: , WARRANTED
X five. -•;>• >- extraction, > 60c-: > fillings, 50c.: •
crowns, $3 60. .;'-, Chicago Dental Parlors. 24 Sixth. :
, THIRST-CLASS DENTISTRY ; >: *TKST-CLa_s :
'X prices; first-class results: ■ painless extraction; ;
Tel. Main 6375. W.C. HARDING.M.D.. 600 sntter •
'■■\ LL WORK TO SUITTIMES;WARRANTED.
Jt\. DR. RE A. 1870 Market su, froct City Hall.
ALL WORK v REASONABLE ; AND. WAR-
ranted. DP. J. W. KEY, 112- Market at. •
. ' BUSINESS C J55^^L~~»~~-
qXfE INVESTMENT: PAPER BOOTES FOR
vj sale: leading morning paper: city of 90,000 in-
habitants; 1000 subscribers, clearing *zoo per
month; al3o route In city of 60,000; 760 sub-
scribssrs: price 52500. Apply W. F. HEAL-, is
Kearny st. ;'/. :.;-■.■ '. ■ ■ ._■ "' '•■ _
■^Cnn/l GR< eery and BAR, OR wii»l
t!pO\J\J\J. take partner; fine corner stand long
lease and cheap rent ; takinc In $100 per d*y c. sh;
the : finest business of its kind I have ever offered
for sale. T. LUBJ_L»KI. 7 City Hall aye.
LOR SALE— WELL-PAYING. WHOLESALE
•T and reta.l liquor, cigar and fancy grocery busi-
ness In a well-known health resort in California:
good reason for selling. For particulars apply to ■
DAN ,EIN-->TEIN, 630 Market Si. .
GREAT SACRIFICE— BRANCH BaKERY;
. « candy, notions. laundry office," U. S. stamp
agency; 6 years old; rare chance: low rent; 5 liv-
ing rooms and bath. PATTERSON A CO., 2 Va-
lencia st. *
; iON'T INVEST IN A B.SiNESS WITHOUT
XJ Investigating our proposition to manufacture
a patented artlcie; large profits; great demand;
cash sales. Ball of Inventions, 819 Market su,
room E. . ■:.". , .
©_;P;/| PARTNER WANTED IN CON-
«JPIOv. tract in business; good chance; plenty
of work In sight; incoming partner to take charge
of office and collect. Address W. W., box 73. Call.
\kj ANTED— PARTNER WITH $650 TO En"
TT large erocery and bar trade In two finest con"
nected siores In Western Addition; splenoid op"
portunity to rustler. Address Partner, box 59, Call.
d_9AAA GRAND OPPORTUNITY TO s_-
U UU. cure coast business of Eastern manu-
facturer: goods a monopoly ana lifetime business.
Address Manufacturer's Agency, Oakland, Cal.
YA/ ANTED— TO BUY FOR A SMALL SIM, A
tt light legitimate business; office or factory
preferred ; no liquors, cigars or patents; give full
particulars. W. H.. box 85, Call office.
ALOON KEEPERS ATTENTION — THE-
Fairmonnt Hotel saloon, 1702 Market St.. for
rent; fixtures for sale on premises between 10 and
12. Particulars MADISON & BURKE.
VI OR SAL- — FINE-PAYING GROCER
-T store and bar; I full stock; I horse, wagon, cart;
has to be sold at once; fall investigation; no
reasonable offer refused. Call Office.
"PARTY WITH $2000 CASH OR COLLAT-
X eral can find profitable investment In a legitK
mate enterprise; immediate returns; no agents.
Address Cash, box 77, Call Office.
fl_ QKfifl BEST - PAYING BUSINESS IN.
tjpOOUl/. vestment In San Francisco; station-
ery, notions, etc; established 1889; must be sold.
Address P., box 85, Call Office. ■ •
p ROCERY AND SALOON FOR SALE; LOCA.
VI tlon, including the price of rent, the most de-
sirable In the city. Call on premises, "N_ cor.
Hyde and Broadway, Monday. .
(J_l 7FLA MANAGING PARTNER INMANU*
tjpj. 1 O\J. facturlng business in connection with
large established company; 5000 clear first year.
819 Market su, room i— •-.".'
"L^OR SALE, CHEAP — BAKERY; GOOD
X l . horse and wagon; everything complete; good
stoi. and oatside trade; good chance ■ for right
party. Apply this office. , .
ILK BUSINESS FOR SALE; 2 HORSES^
good wagon, etc ; all family trade. Call from
9 o'clock to 1 2 at Seventh aye. and Lake st. ; Sao*
ramento-sU cars. ■ ■ . ■
EADQ CARTERS FOR POULTRY 1
ranches and business chances. E. HILL,
Real Estate and Business Agent, 997 Market St.,
cor. Sixth. ■•:■■'■■-■ •■■-"
AKERY. CIGARS AND NOTIONS; JUSI"
the thing for small investment: nil value in
sight. PROLL «fe TYRRELL, 719 Market St.
\YT ANTED— TO BUY HALF INTEREST IN A
*» nice grocery and bar. Address, particulars
and price, A. B. C, box 97, Call Office. .
AN OLD-ESTABLISHED CORNER LIQUOR-
_A- store and bar: near City Hall: account of other
business. Call at 103 Powell su, HILBERT BROS.
ELL-PAYING COFFEE AND LUNCH
tt house; 50 chickens; fine location; 800; a
bargain; owner must retire. 145 Tenth st. .
ffl./«rrv GROCER. AND BAR: LIVINIi
«JTU»JU. rooms: more than value; rent $20.
117 Fillmore st.
(|]JQA AVERAGE ;WEEKLY NET INCOME
' «jpOO $250 iuvested;safe;conservatlve;free pros-
pectus of proofs. . F. DALY. 1293 Broadway, N. Y.
AT AN HOUR'S NOTICE A. ; «-O WAN BUYS
- stores; negotiates mortgages on merchandise;
sells on commission. Room 16,26 Montgomery.
(_QAA SALOON FOR SALE CHEAP: GOOD
D\J\J. location. Inquire of McLEOD _
HATJE, 515 Market st.
ffIjQXA RESTAURANT— RECEIPTS $30 TO
«J)O»JU. $35 per day; full Investigation. Apply
at Call Office.
fl_ I(\ Ann GUARANTEED AND SE-
tip I \J.\J\J\J. cured for $-000. "Executor,"
box 52. Call. .
PARTNER WITH SOME CAPITAL, IN
X well-established building business. E. P., box
1, this office.
d_-| (\f\ BRANCH BAKJSRY, CANDY AND
©IUU, stationery store; living rooms. 807
Bryant st. .
TEWSPAPER ROBTK IN INTERIOR CITY.
I close to San Francisco. For particulars appiy
this office. ' - : . - ' ■■ ■ '
p HEAP— LAUNDRY DOING . GOOD- BUS [-
\J ness; well 'equipped; good location. L., box
24, Call..
fl_ -\ f^n SALOON, WORTH $600: NORTH OS"
tIFIOU. Market; snap. SKIFF, 921 Market su
ARGAIN— PAYING CANDY-STORE.
. 906 -eVenth St.. Market-st. station, j Oakland*
OKNER SALOON; BEST IN POTRERO;
goo 1 partner or sell whole. 1100 Kentucky st.
AKERY; NOTIONS; NEAR VALENCIA
depot; good business: bargain, 1407 Valencia.
pORNER SALOON: OLD-ESTABLISH ED
\J business. Apply Chicago Brewery, 1420 Pine.
OB PRINTING OFFICE: CASH OK IN>
stallments; a bargain. J. P., box 126, Call.
OT_L FOR SALE, ACCOUNT SICKNEBS;
26 rooms: rent $35. Apply this office.
Oil fill SALOON AND CIGAR-STORE; GOOD
tip XWU. stand: rent $20. 3.9 Third st.
IG ARS AND STATIONERY ; RENT $10.
\J 2210 V. Mission St., near Eighteenth.
PAYING CORNER SALOON: WOULD TAKES
X sober man as partner. 633 Howard, after 10 a. _r.
ORNING PAPER ROUTE; MUST BE SOLD
this month. F., box 69, Call Office.'
EARNS BILLIARD HALL, BERKELEY"
' for sale. Apply on premises.
VOR SALE— CHEAP: FIRST-CLASS BUTCH."
Xer fixtures. 316 Hayes st.
KRCHANDISE STOCKS AND FIXTURES
bought by J. C. MOTHER, 632 Market, rm. 2.
OUTE FOR SALE ACROSS THE BAY. IN-
quire at Call Office.
"I/OR SALE— ROUTE. APPLY AT 41
X Sixth st. ■,-..-
LODGING-HOUSES FOB 8A.1.E.
I OFFER FOR SALE ~ -■' '"■ — — •
FOR CASH OR EASY PAYMENTS .
— — THE FOLLOWING BARGAINS—-—,
27-room house. $700 .2- room house.... $600
10-room house. 150 24 rooms, corner.. 4 750
65 rooms, cor. .8,000 14 rooms onSutter 700
11 rs., must sell 200 66 rooms.best city. 3,500
—I SELL AND EXCHANGE REAL ESTATE—
—AND BUSINESS PLACES OF ALL KINDS—
H. C DECKER, 1020 Market st. opp. Fifth.
1 A ROOMS-ALL NEW FURNITURE, FINK
XV locations, H. C. DECKER, 10.0 Market st.
Cjl tlf\f\ A BARGAIN— LODGING- HOUSE
(ITIUUU. in Oakland; 41 rooms; all occupied:
first-class roomers, paying fine; rent $100; good
location. A. D. BOW LEY, room 310, Safe De-
posit building.
USTBE SOLD— HOUSE 85 ROOMS, POW-
ell ' street; ' good permanent and transient
trade; compelled to sell on account of death.
Address T. 8.. box 63. Call Office. -.
7 X LODGING-HOUSES, ALL PRICES TO
• O suit buyers. PHELPS & CO., 917 Larkin.
"117" ANTED— ING-HOUSE; 15
tt rooms; furnished. J., box 105, this office.
LODGING-HOUSE; 9 ROOMS; IGOOD liJCA-
-L- tlon. . 362 Minna.
ILL EXCHANGE FINE LOTS FOR GOOD
furniture and carpets. 8., box 2, Call Office.
"I n-ROOM HOUSE; WELL FURNISHED;
iv all rented: must sell at once. . 518 Taylor st.
OCi ROOMS — CORNER HOUBE; CHEAP
O\) rent. Apply grocery, 961 Mission st. ■
97 WELL-FURNISHED ROOMS; FULL;
— 4 low rent; a bargain. Inquire >40 Sixth st.,
grocery.- ' '■:.'■■■: :.''"■ ■■■■.. . .
_OKNIT V UK FOX SALE.
GUH .\EW MOKE IS COMPLETED AND W_
are In It: four floors, running, from Mission to
Minna St., in all ;y 8 acres of floor space, ace
packed with household goods of all kinds, parlor,
bedroom and kitchen outfits of all kinds and -la
endless variety; if you are thinking of purchasing
anything needed in a . home, from a pairofolan-
kets to a . completely- furnished house, pay us a
visit; it costs you nothing: our numbers are 1017,
1019, 1021 and 1023 Mission St., above sixth. J.
NOON AN. : . ______________
/I HAS. M. PLUM A CO.. UPHOLSTERY CO,"
\J - 1301 MARKET ST., COR. NINTH.
Carpets. Furniture and Upholstery Goods.
T L. J. NEUMANN'S. 117 >IXTU ST_ FOX,
lowest ■ prices on ' household . goods, new or
good as new; cash or time: open evenings- * :
jn(l CARPETS: CHAMBER SE IH. $T~
-j v/v/ stoves, $5: parlor sets. S20; ; folding-beds.
810: bar outfits. T - D McC ' RTHY. 764 Mission!
L I'tiMil -RE 6 TO 10 ROOMS IN HuODL<>
X cation; must be a bargain. Z. M., box 41. Cull.
tJr.mture, stoves, carpets, COUV-"
'£ I ters, showcases. ANDERSON, 1121 Market st.
ING FURNITURE CO.. 11_7- 29-31 MARKET"
furnish 4 rooms $28 to 850; best bargains In city
V Sr.TS FURNMTURh, WITH BEDDING"
■-- • very cheap. ' : 804 Taylor st. - -- '
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rtUKNITUItU Vk ANTKD. ,
UCKINOH am FURNITURE CO.-HIGHEotj
x> price furniture, carpets:, postal. 866 Mission.
IF You ,Wa > T ; GOO U • PRICKS , for FUR I*'
X iere and merchandise see -tUitD.aH Larklnl
/ : <AMI PAID FOR, HOUSES OH
\J smaller lots of ; furniture, carpets. • etc. ■ i
BOW CHER. 232 Stockton: s.u.l postou
INDIANA AUCTION CO., BUCCKSSORS TO __"
J. SIMMONS' ado. C<*. 10&7 Market, ?£*££,

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