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The banquet at the California Hotel this
evening in honor of General Graham,
U. S. A., is the event of the hour in Na
tional Guard circles In San Francisco.
The suggestion to give a farewell dinner
in honor of the distinguished officer met
with universal favor, and so the attend
ance of active and retired officers will be
unusually large. The first intention was
to give tne banquet at the Bohemian Club,
as tbe leading officers of the Fifth Artil
lery are members of that institution, but
the prospect of an attendance much larger
than was originally intended induced the
committee of arrangements to secure tbe
large banquet-hall of the California Hotel.
Among those who ha-e signified a desire
to be present are officers of the staff of the
Commander-in-Chief (Governor Budd),
Major-General N. T. James and staff,
Brigtrtiier-Genfra! Warfield and stafY and
Colonel William Macdonald and staff.
Among well-known officers on the re
tired list who will be there are General
John H. Dickinson, Colonel George W.
Granniss and Colonel H. P. Bush. Twenty
or more officers of the United States army,
belongine chiefly to the Fifth Artillery,
will be present.
The division staff has been re-enforced
by the appointment of Lieutenant-Colonel
Thomas A. Nerney, formerly of the Sev
enth Infantry, to the position of inspector
of rifle practice. Colonel Nerney is a pro
gressive officer, who has had long experi
ence in the National Guard.
Captain Carrington. First Infantry,
United States army, who is serving on the
staff of Governor Budd as inspector of the
National Guard of this State, is preparing
his report for the War Department. The
report will be forwarded to the Secretary
of War before November 1.
In his line of duty Captain Carrineton
has visited nearly every organization of
tbe Guard in California. He is a capable
officer who understands his business. It
is believed that he will speak his mind
freely regarding tbe weak points in the
The Officers' Association of the Second
Brigade will hold another meeting to
morrow evening. Since the meeting that
created the association was held members
of the campaign committee have inter
viewed many candidates for the Legisla
ture to ascertain the sentiments regarding
appropriations for the Guard. The com
mittee is composed of Lieutenant-Colonel
Victor Duboce. Major C. L. Tilden and
Captains Thomas F. O'Neil, I>. A. Smith
an<f George FUmer.
Officers express the hope that the First
and Third Brigales will form associa
tions similar to this one recently organ
ized inttie Second Brigade. Tne purpose
of entering into politics is disavowed, but
the position is taken that candidates for
the Legislature should be informed as to
the requirements of the National Guard,
so thai when they get to Sacramento and
settle down to the work of appropriating
public money they will know what amount
the State troops should be allowed. Up
on the line of the Donahue railroad the
Fiith Infantry skirmishers have captured
all the candidates for the Legislature.
A meeting of tne board of officers of the
First Infantry was held at the regimental
armory last Thursday evening. Colonel
Macdonald is anxions to have a regimental
field day and a committee has been ap
pointed to select grounds for the outing.
It ie proposed that the regiment shall
start from the armory with one day's ra
tions and have a series of company and
battalion drills. The silhouette targets
will be taken along for rifle practice.
There is talk in tbe regiment of the
proposition to secure a rifle-range on the
peninsula. The trip across the bay is in
convenient, and takes more time than the
men can give. The reeiment has secured
from the State a set of tools for loading
shells. This may bring about an improve
ment in tbe ammunition, and perhaps re
sult in the saving of money. An effort is
to be made to get Lieutenant Barrere, the
inspector of rifle practice, to assume the
responsibility of charging the shells, or at
least have the duty performed under his
Companies C and G bad an agreeable
anniversary party at the Ellis-street
armory last Friday evening. Many ladies
who were present were cordially enter
Company X, Captain Thomes J. Cun
ningham, had a successful outing at
Guadalupe ranch. The meat-ration cans
recently issued to the State troops were
found to be very convenient and service
Company F, Captain John A. Miller,
went to Stockton for an annual outing and
returned last Tuesday, highly delighted
with the trip and tbe Stockton welcome.
Third Brigade. *
MERCED, Cal., Oct. B.— Company H,
Sixth Infantry, attended the celebration
of the arrival of the San Joaquin Valley
Railroad into Fresno last Monday at the
invitation of the citizens' committee
of that place. The company went
down about forty strong, leaving
Merced at 11 o'clock. The train was
somewhat delayed and did not arrive
in Fresno until after 1 o'clock. The com
pany was lined up in the sun, where they
bad to stand for quite awhile until the
barbecue was ready. After the meal was
finished they were again compelled to
stand in the broiling sun for some time.
They were finally marched to the armory
and dismissed, with orders to fall in In
about half an hour for a review and dress
parade before the Governor. The train re
turned at 7P. m. The Fresno Guardsmen
treated the boy? in their u-^ual hospitable
manner, but the experience of the day
was the same old story that is enacted
every time tbe troops are invited away
for parade duty. The committee bad
made no arrangements for the comfort of
the men whatever. The Merced company
was under arms awaiting orders nearly all
the time >t was in the city and the boys
had only a little over an hour to them
selves. The company is always willing to
turn out on sncii occasions and do its best
to help a celebration aiong, but the men
do not consider they are being treated
right when they have no time to them
selves. The only way for the committee
in charge of these celebrations to learn
this fact is for the boys to decline all in
vitations that are not accompanied by a
guarantee that some consideration will be
given to tbe comfort and enjoyment of
the soldier. The officers and the men of
vhe Sixth Regiment in Fresno have the
hearty thanks of all the visiting com
panies for the kind treatment and hearty
VISALIA, Cal., Oct. 7.— Company E, as
usual, made a fine appearance at Fresno
last Monday in honor of Clans Spreckels
and the Valley road. Of them the Fresno
Then came Company E of Visalia, under
command of Captain Ward. Out of a total en
rollment of sixty-four fifty-three attended,
which was a very good percentage considering
that It was not compulsory upon them to at
tend. The Visalians brought a band with
them, ana good music it m de, too. Besides
its Guards Tulare's capita! s at up 100 of its
most prominent citizens. The delegation was
full of handsome men and tney were greeted
with many admiring glances from bright eyes.
At the last meeting it was decided to put
up four medals for the best four marks
men during the year 1897. Corporal Ren
ick at the regular monthly shoot won the
champion and the A class medals, score 44.
Last Monday, after some little delay,
the parade at Fresno was started. After a
great many short stops the soldiers, wbn
were marching in sixteen-file fronts, won
dered at the cause. Governor Budd finally
called his orderly, saying: "Present my
compliments to Marshal Berry and ascer
tain the cause of so many delays." The
grand marshal of the day said: "Return my
compliments, and when them blanket/
soldiers will close up »nd not scatter from
one side of the street to the other this pro
cession will move on without any trouble."
The 500-yard bulkhead is the attraction
now, and the boys are expecting in a snort
while to make a showing.
Next Tuesday evening the Major Berry
med.il will be drilled for.
Company E is now guaranteed a large
attendance at its coming dance on Friday
evening, October 16.
Adjutant-General Barrett may visit Com
pany E on his return from the south.
WOODLAND, Cal., Oct. 9.— The State
shoot oJ Company F for decorations will
take place on the 10th of the pr. sent
month at the range in Woodland. From
the present outlook every man of Com
pany F will take part. The membership
of Company F is on the increase and the I
men whose terms are expiring, with a few '
exceptions, are re-enlisting. Last Wednes
day eveiiine four new men were sworn in
and the chances are very favorable that as
many more will be sworn in during the
Tne camp of Companies F and Gof the
Second Infantry was a success in every
particular. The military bearing of the
men was excellent and every one who
visited the camp was loud in praises of [
the officers and men.
On Saturday morning the men of both
companies were marched to the tuies east j
of town, about three miles and a nail, for j
target practice, lliis consisted of squads ;
of ion men commencing firing at 700
yards and then advancing in runs of 100
yards and tiring three shots until within j
200 yards of the targets; every man hay- i
ing a group of thre- targets to fire at — ;
one standing, one kneeling and one lying
down, the three sbocs to be fired in thirty
Company F made the best score in
every tarticular; that is, in squads and ,
individual scores. After the practice the
men were marched back. It was a little '
Hard on the boys, but they dil tneir work
like regulars, and in the evening went
through dress parade as though they
hadn't been out. of camp at ali. Sunday
tne men were awakened at 6:15 by the
morning gun and the sound of bugles. At |
9 o'clock guard mount was gone through •
with for two nours. The i fficers and men
executed this beautiful »nd most import- j
ant branch of miluary service in a vfiry ',
creditable manner. At 2:10 o'clock camp i
was broken, anu Company F escorted
Company G to the depot, where it took
the afternoon train for Sacramento. As
the train was pulling out hearty cheers ;
were given for Colonel Guthrie, Captain i
Steams, Captain Prindle, Companies F j
and G and the Second Infantry in general. |
Captain Steams, who was the command- !
ing officer during the camp, is to be highly \
complimented upon the efficient manner
in which every detail was carried out. He
is a strict disciplinarian, and is reputed to
be the best tactician in the State. He was
ably assisted by Capcain Prindle and the
lieutenants of both companies. Colonel
Guthrie complimented the men very
highly, and was very well pleased.
The signal corps, mounted, was also in
camp. It arrived Sunday morning about
2:30. The mounted drill at 9 o'clock Sun
day morning was witnessed by a large
crowd of citizens, a great many of them j
old soldiers, and the corps was high.y
complimented upon its efficiency.
The monthly socials to be given by Com
pany F through the winter months will
commence next Thursday evening, Octo- '
ber 15, at ihe Armory. All military men i
are cordially invited to attend these so
cials. They are to be strictly military in
every sense of the word. Members of the
Guard and military men in general are ex
pected to wear the.'r uniforms.
Tbe complimentary social given by tbe j
company on the first of the present month j
was conceded by all who attended to be i
one of the finest and best conducted par
ties ever piven in this city. The company I
is patiently waiting for some of the higher
officials of the Guard to make their ap
pearance on some one of the regular drill
nights. The company is prepared at any
and all times to have them come. The
regular drill night is Wednesday.
TWO CRICKET MATCHES.
Some Good Batting Done Both
at Golden Gate and San
Alamedas and Pacifies Victors— All
Is In Readiness for the Aus
Two interesting if not over-close cricket
matches were played yesterday. One was
between the Bohemian and Alameda teams
at Golden Gate and resulted in a defeat for
the champions of the year, the Bohemians,
by 49 runs.
Going first to bat, the Alamedas topped
the two-century mark by 10 runs. The
innings of young Ward, .who put up a
meritorious 59, and of the ever-reliable
Teddy Hood, were the : features of the in
The innings being called at the fall of,
the ninth wicket, Bowhill and Sheath
opened for the Bohemians. The latter and
Moriarty, who followed, both scored rap
idly. Then Robertson went in and en
deavored, by keeping bowling, to play
out time and make a draw. He scored 70
not out himself, and so. nearly accom
plished his purpose that when the last
wicket fell there lacked just two minutes
of call time; hence the above result. There
were two gallery catches, one by Sloman,
the other by Peel. The latter, a drive re
turn ■"; of i. Moriarty 's, severely injured .1 the
catcher and may incapacitate him for the
Australian match on Wednesday. The
■- . A LAMBDAS.
B. B. Hogne b. C00k50n... .....;...„.. 10
K. G. Si oman run 0ut..*.....;;..;.:........;...'... 0
C Gardner b. Robertson . ..■..:;..:...:. 3
E. Hood retired...... 64
H. Ward Jr. c. Bowhlll b. 5heath....... ........ 60
G. T Uatidall b. C00k50n............ 5
G. He I man b. Aiiken... ...... ...'.: 20
J. J. R. Peel c. Robertson b. Aitken ............ 27
V. Seebeck not on i.T,~.:?;:7Z7?^rr.T.~. ........ ... 9
C. H. Bragg c. Sheath b. Aitken 6
F. McKerrow did not bat . 0
Extras. .-. .:.. 18
T0ta1.... .......;............. 210
Innings called at fall of ninth wicket. .
BOWLING ANALYSIS, v
Balls. Huns. .Maidens. Wickets.
Robertson 116 64 4 1
Cookson ...... 118 ' ' '66 ' 6 2 '
Bbea:h... 67 52 0 1
Aitken.... 21 ri 20 ' 0 8
BOHEMIANS. ■ '
Dr. T. Bowhill St. Seebeck b. 810man..\........ 6
A. G. Sheatb b. Ward Jr...... ................... 31
J. J. Moriarty c. and b. Pee1.V...v.'...:.... ...... 31
W. R. Robertson not 0ut.......... ....1.....;..;; 70
C Townsley b. Ward Jr....: :.................... 0
•A. E. Aitken c. Hood b. Slornau ............ 0
A. W. Liißg c. Moman b. Ward Jr......... 0
H. M. Silver run oat .......*....... 0
H. H. Cookson run 0ut....../ .;....... 2
J. Sbeidler b. Ward Jr... ;.:........ 0
W. Reeves run 0ut.......... ..:..;../.. .r.~.:. .".'.. ; - : 6
Extras ............. ..r.... ...... 15
T0ta1.......... ............ ...................;i6l
Balls. * Runs. Maidens. Wickets.
Sloman.... 120 61 12
Ward Jr.. ¥...138 68 4 4
Pee 1......:.... 16 . la 1 l
H00d........".. 3 3 0- 0
At the Garden City the Pacifies suc
ceeded in beating the local men by seven
wickets. Dickinson's century was the fea
ture T of the game. *W. Mayo, Bowley and
A. Theobald did all ■ the scoring for San
Jose. ". ■ .. .- : ;' fsi. ;• I;. " ■*■•:, -■' ':
Everything ; is i in readiness for the great
Australian match to be \ played at the Pre
sidio ,- grounds on "-Wednesday and Thurs
day of this week The following eighteen'
men will \ represent Ail-California: -, Rob
ertson, Bowhill, Cookson. Reynolds and
Moriarty . (Bohemians), Hogue, Slonam,
Ward, Peel; Gardner and Hood (Alame
das), Dickinson, Meyers and Se well * (Pa
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, MONDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1896.
;ifics). Townsley (California.-), Simmonds
[Looniis), Bowley (San Jose) and Keeling
(Lake County). The match will com
mence both days at 11 a. m. sharp.
Imperials Easily Defeat the Ball Play
.. ; ers From the Mill City.
"I believe the Imperials have rung in a
rubber ball," remarked a disgusted Stock
ion rooter yesterday in the second inning
when ' the ; local.players -i were ■ busily en
gaged in lining out base hits. -' -i *"■•>♦-■
It certainly > looked that way. During
that one inning the Imperials sent f twelve
men to bat, eight of whom 'hit safely, one
of them for two bases and one for three.
The result nine runs, immense
lead effectually dampened the ardor of the
visitor* and reduced the game' to an unin
teresting endeavor to complete the re
quired number of innings. .
: The crowd in attendance was the best of
the season ; since t the opening day. 1 A
traihloaa of enthusiasts accompanied the
Mill City men and pulled hard for their
favorites, but to no avail. '-, After the fatal
second inning one of ; them remarked: "I
think the Stocktons are playing a dirty
trick on ;, the Imperials. They are try in
to tire them out by running them around
the bases. Later on they'll beat them."
Then the , speuker picked a quarrel with
himself and subsided. '
The enlivening features of the third and
succeeding innings were Nick Smith's ap
parent effort to lose the ball when throw
ing from second ;to home and the en
deavors of the Imperials to disable the
visiting catcher. They evidently did not
find the Stockton pace hot enough for them
and; sought to warm him up. They suc
ceeded in spiking him — hitting him with
a pitched ball and injuring two of his
thumbs, and besides the umpire called
him out on eveiy close decision. It was
certainly not his lucky day.
Kelly* had excellent control of the ball
and allowed his opponents but six hits.
Following is the official score: .
Stocktons. . a.b. :b. b.h. s.b. P.o. a. x.
H. White. 3 0...... 5 110 3 2 1
Lockh. ad.p 5 2 2 112 0
husi Pace, c... 5 1 9 1 6 3 1
N. *-'mith, 2 b 2 10 13 0 2
Billl<g3,B. 5.V....*.. 5 00 2 1 2 •i
i.'hase, c. f ...... 4 0 0 0 0 0 1
McDaniels, r. 1 4-0 10 110
Swe.-iiey, 1 b.. ..■..".-■ 3.* 'o ■ 0 0 10 4 1
M. While, 1. f. 2 0 0 0 0 0 2
T0ta15....... 35 .: 6 6 6$ 24 14 10
Imperials. a.b. k. b.h. s.b. P.o. a. k.
Ward,c. 6 2 3 1 12 11
Wilds, 1 b .*.... 6 3 1. 0 5 0 »
K. Smith. 3 b....... 6 2 2 0 3 2 2
Bliss, r.t...... 6 2 4 0 10 0
Kelly, p...... 6 2 3 12 10
Muller. 1. f... 6 3 .3 02,0 0
Magee.c. f..... ...... 6 4 3 0 0 • 0 0
Tillbon,a. 5... 5 3 3 0 0 0 3
Creamer, 2b..V..... 4 2 0 v 0 2 2 0
Totals ...50 23 22 2 27 6 6
SCORE BY INSINSS. ,' ':
Stocktons. 1 0001003 0—
Imp.-rials .-.... 1 9 110 4 16 •— 23
. SUMMARY. / ...
Earned runs— lmrerials 8, Stocktons 2 Three
base hit— E.. >■ mitli. l wo-bu-e hits— Bliss (.),
Ward. SI age c ("), Pace. Bases on ba Is—-Stock
tons 3, Imperials 3. , Struck out— By Kelly 5. by
Loc . head 5. llt by piicheJ ball— X. Smith ('.'),
Tillson, M. White. Creamer. E. Smith."- Double
plays— E. Smith to Wilds: Pace to H. Whl eto
Sweeney. Umpire— O'Neill. \
: — • — ♦ , « — .
Dr. Jefferson, Dean of tbe University
Bible Annex, Preaches Here.
The Rev. S. M. Jefferson, D.D., the dean
of the Bible seminary in connection with
the State University, preached yesterday
morning ut the First Christian Church.
Dr. Jefferson but recently arrived on the
Pacific Coast from Virginia, :ind this was
his first service in San Francisco.
He preached on the subject of "Founda
tion of Church Growth in Reality," and
drew au analogy between the ancient
church, resting and progressing during a
brief respite from her persecutions, and
hi* own church in this, the most favor
able period of her hi«tory. The earlier
days of the church society organized by
Alexander Campbell and called by him
the Christian church was a time of war
fare with the older societies. But it kept
its place and progress with the pace of
Christianity. 'Sow in its rest it should
walK, like the churches throughout Judea
and Galilee, in the fear of the Lord and
tlie comfort of the Holy Ghost, aud mul
— > — ♦ — «
Burglary on Taylor Street.
Mrs. S. Rankin, a widow living at 1119
Taylor street, reported to the police Saturday
that ncr house had been entered Friday after
noon during her absence and a woolen cape,
a basque and "Denman" pin stolen. Entrßnce
had been effected through a rear window.
Several other articles had been placed on the
lounge in t c diniug-roum, evident!}* with the
intention of being carried away, but' Mrs. Ran
kin's return prevented it.
SAN FRANCISCO "CALL."
BUSINESS OFFICE of the San Francisco Call/—
710 Market street, open until 12 o'clock every
night in tbe year.
BRANCH OFFICEB— S27 Montgomery street,
corner Clay; open until 9:30 o'clock.
339 Hayes street, open until 9:30 o'clock.
713 Larkin street, open until 9:30 o'clock.
SW. corner Sixteenth and Mission streets, open
until 9 o'clock.
2518 Mission street, open until 9 o'clock.
116 Ninth street, open until 9:30 o'clock.
NOTICE OFIJMEETINGS*. '
|P^~SAN" FRANCISCO . CHAPTER •
Br-* 7 No. 1. Royal Arch Masons, meets _%
THIS EVENING. M. M. degree. : X_f
H. G. PRINCK, Secretary. /V^
ffiS3s=» OCCIDENTAL LODGE NO. 22, B>
BPJB' F. and A. Called meeting THIS '/%
(MONDAY) EVENING: at 7:30 o'clock. T£_f
Third degree. By order of the W. M. /^^N
EDWARD F.;DELGER, Sec.
nt^s* HERMANN LODGE No. 127, F. . m
aP-^ and A. M.— Called meeting THISA
DAY (Monday). October 12, 1896. at 7'iOltjf
o'clock p. h. Deg. 1. By order of the W. M. rV^
L. SCHUM a CHKK, Secretary. .- '
B^S=» KING SOLOMON'S LODGE NO. - •
a^J? 260, F. and A. M., corner Geary and __%
Steiner sts.— Culled meeting THIS (llnN-VV
DAY) EVENING at 7:30 o'clock. Firn rsy\
degree. By order of the masier.^jMfcHfcSKasSasfflS!
. HARRY BAKHR, Secretary.
IJ^» I- Id-. K.^ AND MKMBE X OFik ~/j»
6P-»^' Golden • Gate; Encampment No. i,^\f
L O. O. F., will assemble. in Kncnmpnaent V\
Hall on MONDAY. October J2,at2 o'clock + •". \-
-p. m., to attend the funeral of C. J. COLLINS, P.
C. P. .■-'' • H. C. GEOKGE. Scribe. ;
IKS CALIFORNIA LODGE" NO", ! "
Ib--S r 1, I. O. O. F.— Members' notice. 4_^_S__r
Important meeting WAY EVEN- ■^~Z*SOgS:
ING, October 12. Amendment to by- ? <<W»w % *
laws. , - A. W. WILLIAMS, N. G.
P. J. Millet, Recording Secretary. > .. . - : - ■*;._-:>:
B_^» :A. O. H., B. of E.-All -____gg__
IF-^ members of the County. /> _rffuv>__*
Board, also ' the - several s m-^7[__\\\__R: •♦
miltees on picnic to take place Jj»).<SA\jJ^?i* 'v i i
at Harbor View Park. >UN-C-^mj6yif*" I,S1 ,S
DAY, October IS. will please^'xrajgp* <►».<_' '
meet at Hibernia Hall, -120 ; ".-.- "**^"^" w f ■!
Ninth St.. THIS (MONDAY) EVENING, October
12, at 7:30, to make final arrangements. Com-
mittee on prizes will please come prepared to sub-
mit its report. Music committee win be on hand
to receive bids for music. Alameda County offi-
cers will please attend. ■By order of -^ .-: .
-.;■- ■--••:. .--'-- ; ; P. LYONS, C. D.
Kd Healy, C. 8. '.. L _ ; ..;.;•'..' 1 -■'■.-..-•, : :,:;'.v
Kr^-'A.-a- H., BOARD OF. ERIN— jk-*.
DF^^The different committees, on ; our^y^y
coming picnic, to be held in Harbor View MV.f
Gardens SUNDAY, October 18, will pleaspgJ'*__« t
take notice and meet at Hibernia Hall, on r ss(|Sp
Ninth St., TO-DAY. (SUNDAY), at 2 p. _ -.o,iu»Ke
final arrangements. Musicians I will 1 please take
notice and send in bids. \\" P. LYONS, CD. • ;
. E. Healy.C. S. ■■; ■;■ :: ;r.,:f) :.-:-. ; ;-;
ANNUA L MEETING— THE R GULAR
Br-£^ annual meeting of the stockholders of the
Sanger Lumber Company will be held at the of-
fice of the - company, room 10, 2- Market st.; San
Francisco, Cal., on TUESDAY, the'^Otb day of
October, 1896, at tbe hour of 3 p. m.. for the pur-
pose of electing a board of directors to serve lor tbe
ensuine - year ' and \ the : transaction ,* of : such other
business as may come beiore the meeting.
- ALO>ZO M. I. HIM, secretary.
..- Office— 22 Market su, r.n. 10, San Francisco, Cal.
IPS* THE AN UAL •:•• MKr.TING OF THE
sr-£ r corporation of St. Luue's Hospital ' will be
held at Its office, 731 % California > St., MONDAY,
October 10, at 3:30 p. _ for the election of mem-:
bers of the coruoration, a board of seven directors
and any other business coming before tbe meeting.
WILLIAM DOXEY, Secretary. ...
»^_g=» a NOTICE— THE ANNUAL MEETING
eP-t» r of the stockholders of the f bank :of 1 Califor-
nia will be held at the bank tin-house in * this city
on TUESDAY, October 1896. at 11 a. _. , - -
jMimnilPl'miliirillllimw ALLEN ■M. CLAY. Secretary. .
• San Francisco, October 1. 1896. r^;- : J- V: w.W
Br_s»Ni.TK:_ OF MEETING— THE REGULAR
Ef^* 7 annual meeting of the stockholders of the
Nevada Bank of San : Francisco will be held at its
banking office,'; 301 Montgomery st., Van I- ran-
Cisco,"? ca -.;;< on WKDNKSDAY ■■?. the I fourteenth
i (14th) day , of October, 3896,'! at the ■ hour of 1 three
(3) o'clock ~; p. ii., for the purpose of electing a
' board * of * directors Ito serve I during ! the en uing
year, and for the transaction of such other business
as may come before the meeting. : - '. -; - : . :. ..;:■■;
. , 1). B. DAVIDSON, Secretary.
: San Francisco, Sept. JO, 1896. "
, B5^C,; cheapest v place jin the -.; city. '- -• H. ■ ■. HUF-
SCHMIDT. 623 Golden Gate aye. ; ' ::', ... :
R^S= BAD ■:, TEN AN IS ? EJECTED FOR $4;
*»*', collections made, city > or ; country. > Pacific
Collection Co., 415 Monigy St.. r00m 6. -.Tel.' 6581), :
arr^p bad TENANTS EJECTED, $3. cook,
B»-g',CI.aw arid Cnllppilon ofrii-e. 10 M ■ J) -«rt.-Pt *'.■'-
; r : .DIVIDEJiD: NOTICES. 7~-
|P^?~r'lVirlE>rD~r« r OTICE — A > DIVIDEND
m^& , in liqnl lation of 3 per cent on all : deposits
has been declared by the California ' Savings and
Loan - Society, payable : oh ; and after i MONDAY,
Oct. 12, 1896, at the office of .the "society," Mills
building, ninth floor; room 2. ' '--■ : - . :
■ ; VERN ON CAMPBELL; Secretary.
|tr^=> DIVIDES D NOTICE.-THE NEVADA
•■^ Bank of san ' Francisco. ' The - board : of di-
rectors or this bank have declared a dividend (No,
18) lor the quarter ending September 30, 1896,' at
the rate of 6 per cent p«r annum; payable on and
after;the 15th of October. Transfer books will be
closed from the ; Oth to the 15th I Inst., - both days
Inclusive. A .. , . D. B DAVIDSON, secretary.
'San Francisco. Oct. 7. 1896. - •■- -- ■ -'- -
Ml UAlilhNs ; V\ A>Tjtl>— l'EaiAAiJfi; ■
•J. engagement ; 2 years', references from i last
place. -Apply MISS CULLEN ; 323 : utter sU
UMBER OF FIRST-CLASS GIRLS OF ALL
Xi nationalities v awaiting situations. MISS
CULLEN; 323 Sutler °v '■•■". i
E ELI ABLK i FEMALE HELP . FURNISHED.
XL JOHNSTON 995 Market, Te. Mint 904
SITUATION WANTEDBY A RKSP: CTABLI3
I. ■ Swedish girl as flr->t-cl i s cook in an American
family : best of references from a well-Known fam-
ily in New York, ' i lease ■ call or address 22 Va
Seventh st. - -'■:■ .-■
ITUaTION WANTED ■BY A COMPETENT
Swedish girl to. do cooking, and .down-stairs
work : best of references, v Call or address care C. ;
A. ANDKKSON, pastorof Swedish M.E. church.
OMPETKNT WOMAN WISHKS SITUATION
\J to do general housework; is competent cook;
city reference. 10 Wetmore, off Washington, beu
Mason and Powell. : : ' "
i"-» ERMAN GIRL WISHES , SITUATION AS
'■j cook or for general housework in a small fam-
ily ; city or country. ■ ; Call at 267 Natoma st., beu
Thlr-I and Fourth. -■..-' • ■•-■->•-■ . '- ,'- ':',.. : ■-.
V WEDIBH GIRL WISHES SITUATION TO
i- ao ■ light housework. 658 Ashburv St., cor.
ANTED —BY NOVA SCOTIA PKOTES-
»»tani woman, cooking and housework in pri-
vate famil ; reference. 1018 Polk sU '
|| A DAY AND CAR FARE; WASHING.
(Jp-i housecleanlng and mending. Address MuS.
CLAYTON, 267 Eleventh streeu < •: : ' ,
WEDISH GIRL WISHES SITUATION TO
do general nouseworic. Please call or write to
909 Minna st. ' ■■'•.-' --'.•.■•.■-■-.-.
RELIABLE YOUNG 'URL WIBH-8 .TO DO
light homework; wa.'es $15. Call or address
IX7 Doiori-s St., near Fifteenth. .
COMPETENT W .-MAN WANTS WORK BY
the day; washing, ironing, house, li-aning.
3.'>3 1 /2 Minna St.. rear, b"t. i ourth and Fifth. .<
UXPEKIENCED woman WISHES a situa-
Xj tion to do light housework. Call 4 1 * Powell.
IT AT ! ON AS CH A RM A I D OR WAIT-,
k.' ress: good references. 145 Fourth, room 11.
COMPEiENT WOMAN WISHES WOKK BY
1 the day,- washing, ironing or bousecleaning.
Call or address 267 Minna st., downstairs.
rnwo GE:. MAN-SWISS GIRLS DESIRE situ-
X ations to do general ho- se work .or waiting on
table. $*0 month.-. Sherman House, 28 Eighth st.
i 'K..IIAS WOMAN WANTS WASHING.
lj Ironing, housecieaning, 65c per half day. -Ad-
dress Laundress. 812 Jessie st.. rear, second floor.
\' OUNG GIRL WISHES SITUATI<»X;TO DO
.X : housework and plain cooking. Apply or ad-
dress 307 i-ake sU, beu Fourth and Filth ayes. V
.yuUXG • WOMAN WISiiES SiTUA ION;
X light housework and cooking: wages $12 to
$15. Cali*i.4 Folsom su ■•■ . ,
RKSPi-.CTABLE WOM WANTS WORK
by ; the ; - «lay : washing and *' houseciean-
ing. Apply 523% Linden aye. ' :
/COMPETENT WOMA :\ WISHES WORK BY
V. day to do wa hing. ironing ! or cleaning. ■• Call
1304 Turk Bt. nr. Webs er. ■ . '. .-.-'-; ■
FINED WIDOW, WITH GIRL 7 YEARS,
XV wants a position ■= as housekeeper: city or
country. . Address R. W., box IJ7, Call Office.
\\l ID W, U.nI> CUMBERED, EXPERI-
-<• ence i in sickness and care of invalid; thor-
ough housekeeper: has , best of - references: wants
situation In widower's small family: good home
more an oujtct than wages. Address 967 toward
sU, near Sixth. ■ . " . ■ . >:*
VTEAT YOUNG SWEDISH GIRL WISHES
Xi situation for upstairs work and sewing and
al«o understands dressmaking. Please call at 515
Myrtle aye., bet. Geary and O'Farrell sts. :
TV ICE YOUNG GIRL WISHES SITUATION TO
1.1 do waiting or second worn. Apply 25 Minna st-
V* OUNG GIRL WISHES POSITION ASCHAM-
-1 bermald or seamstress and second work. Ad
dress o. H., box 147. Call olhce. ' ' ; . •
Situation WANTED; A middle-aged
0 woman; nurse children 'or Invalid; reference.
Address Nurs ', 702 Vallejo St., cor. Stockton.
L IR-<r-G_ASS GERMAN = COOK. LATE OF
1 Vienna German Cooking School;; German fam-
ily pr terred. ; Addresi G., box 91, Call office.
IL-DLE-AGED WOMAN ' WITH BEST OF
references would like a position as house-
kreper. no objection to leaving tbe city. 's 1 le ...se
call or address 3 -1 Larkin. cor. Golden Gate aye.
situation as housekeeper. Apply or address
L. V.,2i>7 Montgomery aye. ...'-.....
pESPECTABLE WOMAN WISHES .. SITUA-
XV tion as housekeeper in small family: widower's
fami.y preferred. Please call 734 Montgomery st.,
room 18. , . V: ;" ■■ : . '. '■■'.'- .".•.-.
COMPETENT YOUNG WOMAN WANTS SIT-
\J uation to do second work and • sewing. Call or
address 1207 Mission st,
'■•.- ANTED— BY A COMPETENT ENGLISH
1 ' woman, a position as nurse and companion to
a lady. E. 8.. box 147, Call Office. /' -
U' OMAN WISHES TO GO OUT BY THr. DAY
TT to do housework or was a Ing. Inquire at 613
Natoma su . ;.-■•-..■ ...-.-'-.■ , : ■ '.-'- -'-'•■■.'?'■•'■.
PARISIAN GIRL, EXPERIENCED NURSE,
X wishes a situation to take care of children or
do upstairs work: best city references. • Please cal
or address 27u Clementina St., near Fourth. -
HOUSTKEEPER — RESPECTABLE LADY,
aged 40. wishes portion o take charge of
widower's family or any position lof trust; refer-
ences. X. V, Z., box 9, Call Office.
ANTKD-SIT UATION AS HOUSEKE EP-
er. -. MRS. BURK, Lester House, room 14,
629 Eighth St.. ' akland. :. : /: ; :
KESl'h-CTABLE WIDOW, 29. WITH 1 LlT-
tie girl, wishes situation as housekeeper for a
widower; city or country; stead/ place preferred.
838 Mission st., room 6. : : V
STYLIBH DRESSMAKER WISHES ENGAGR-
O merits, $1 50 per day; tit guaranteed; chil-
dren's work also.' 1703 Jessie St., near Eighteen h.
/GERMAN GIRL WANTS A PLACE FOR
VT light housework in an American family; is a
good plain cook wages $15. Call 20;; Broderick.
LDERLY WOMAN WISHES ; A" PLACK IN
small family: small wages. Address 626
Chestnut sU, Oakland. . ■ : •.,-
ANT. D— SITUATION BY YOUNG BWED-
'. ish girl : good - cook, . baker and : laundress ;
cood references. 1020 Mission sU : ■ ■',:"-.. '■
OMPETKNT NUKHK WANTS SITUATION
\J to take care of children; no objection to house-
work. Call 4..9 Minna su . .. : v . ■
W INCHES . XX HOUSE. 44 THIRD ST., NR.
»' Market; 200 rooms: 25c to $1 60 per night.
$1 60 to s6 per week; convenient and respectable:
!ree bus ana bacraee to ami from the ierrv.
blitAllU.NS ; WAJNX-iD-M.AL.lfi. r
UNTER" f CHIN^KSE~J_ND JAPA-
n ese ' employment | office, 17 Webb su, below ■
Kearny, nr. Cal.; teL main 231. W.C. YOUNG, mgr
/CHINESE AND JAPANESE RELIABLE
. Vhelp; tel. Main 1997. BRADLEY <fcCO.. 640 Clay.
"I APANESE AND CHINESE EMPLOYMENT;
tl best help. v, 314b Hotter st. : tel. Grant 30. .». -,
JAPANESE INTELLIGENCE AGENCY, R. 73,
0 su Ann's bldg., 6 Eddy su; tet. Main 5234. ; ;
i IHINILSJK AM) .jdl'A^lS.'lSiJiMl'J.Oi MKNT.
J office; best heln. 41 4'/ 2 o'F'arn'll: let. »-.4.ii
EALTHY. .- STRONG. , : YOUNG MARRIED
man wishes position; wholesale' bouse: to
drive wagon: porter, or any kind of work: speaks
German, Italian, Spanish: references. J.. box 148,
Call Office. .■•■■.-.■•-., : ■ : •..:"^v: .:•■:. ■ :"',;■ ■■■-■■■;.:
V OUNG v MAN, -EXPERIENCED:- AROUND
1 X horses, wishes a situation | about stable, care of
horses and cows, etc. ; ' city or country. Call or ad-
dress 430 Jessie su-:^U -'■' .y :'•■'■■';- '•''-■'■ ?■:-•■."-?■•••,-.
, SITION iBY ENERGETIC COUPLE - TO
manage hotel, Institution; lor take care of pri-
vate place. Address A., box 167, Call Office. y: .
OUNG ; MAN ; WISHES PLACE AS BAR-
. X tender or helper in saioon; good reference. Call
10 South Park. ,-:V;.'- ;".:;:'". -■■ ■■.-.■■', ■■' " ■,■.-•.■■':'■':■■•*.'
OSITIO . WANTEDBY A DaNE AS COACH-
man and gardener: i _ years ' last ; place: first.
class reference. ; X., box > 148; this office. '; .'
ANTED— BY-MAN AND WIFE; MIDDLE-
"" aged, active, temperate," Christian couple; to
take charge of small ranch; experienced in chicken
and dairy . worn; t excellent ■ references. ' Address
M., box 60, Call Office. '; , '-: '• - :.; vVr
WANTED — EMPLOYMENT ;AT HOME
evenings: " painting , showcards, writing • visit-
ing-cards and engrossing che ply and I elegantly
done; also teaching penmanship. -'MASON,* 102
Mason bU~'V.;. .:.■: .-J:-.. ■ ■■;.- '•-.. ■ . ■ ■■;.'•: '■-'"-:-*,-' '•:"'■',-,
%*/■ ANTED— BY A YOUNG MAN A POSITION
»T I as collector; seven - years with last firm. ■■ Ad-
dress E. E., box 60, Call office. : > '-s'l^i-o--
rpHORoUGHLY RELIABLE ' MAN | WANTS
I X place ;to ! drive : milk wagou i and where ■be can
board in the city preferred. Address or call
|PA I LSEN. 202 Sixth St. ; ,L . '-^ '.' :U -,-, ;',.".-
V OUNG MAN, HAVING 9 YEARS'. EXPERI-
X ence |as engineer.' wishes a position as watch-
man I or I janitor: | can ' produce satisfactory ? testi-
monials. Address ;J.' W. SCANDRKTT, box 91,
Call Office. I V.-V--- :,■:■'.:■>■-.'..'■:■ ■■■■ :' ■
MIDDLE-AGED i MAN s (GERMAN) ; WISHES
situation on private place: is good horseman
and cardener; good reference.' Address S. E., box
62,- this office. :■;.;-.••;■■ : y. : -\.y^-. -. i: ■ :-.-'/.-.- -.-. -, : . ;
STUDENT OF LICK SCHOOL DESIRES A
home where his service can be equivalent to his
board : ' references exchanged.'- Address DaLTON,
618 William st., Oakland. ; ■ '^ ]
SITUATIONS WANTED-Continued. i
T?MPLOYMEsT ; WANTED »BY ? A YOUNG
Xli 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, r - ; - ■■■ r= . .• . - :'Vr :: '
OOD BARTENDER WANTS , A POSITION;
< is > honest, s quick . and »: obliging; - good : refer-
ences.'. Address P.O. box 374, Napa, Cal.^ :; : - .r'
C\ ERMAN , WHO << UNDERSTANDS <f, PAINT-
VX.. ing and gardening wants a place as I porter or
wors of :ny kind. Address E. 8.. box 3.'. Call.
Ool) : BuY. 14 Yi.AKS OF ' AGE, WISHES
- place 10 work for his board and lodging. • Ad-
ply b Hayes st. . '.-/■•• .; £■:■'-.:"' ' "V" ' . - " "
yOUNG MARRIED ; COUPLE FROM " THE
X 'East desire work of any kind: by the nay, to-
gether ior separate • both i strong « and • willing ; to
work : would work for small ' wages. " Please call
or address room 28, 214 Third st. .-. '. "'
INTELLIGENT BOY. 14 YEARS, WISHES A
X situation in the country: good home and small
wages wanted. v Call >or address GEoRGE CRU-
BITT, 817 Jessie su, off Ninth. 1
HUMMER GOING SOUTH WOULD TAKE
advertising or llgb: side line. Address, with
particulars. G. H. B-, 187 Hyde st. "- '' -
VOUNH FRENCHMAN SPEAKING : GER-
X man and English wishes place a gardener
am! care of horses; good reference. Call or ad-
dress L. LITSCHEV, 1223 Stockton st. 1 ?
INCH£ST_K HOUMC, 44 IHiRD, NEAR
Market— Electric lights in every room: 200
rooms; 25c to $1 50 per night: $1 50 to $6 per
week: free bns ana baggaee 10 and irom the ferry. ■
\\f I.NUHESTKK HOUSE. 44 THIRD. NEAR
• • Market— Electric lights In ; every room: 200
rooms: 25c to $1 50 . per - night; $1 50 to $8 per
week: free bus anrt baggage to and from the ferry.
- : IK JIALE -, HKL? ; WANTED. ; .
ANTED— -COOK', "'boaBDING-'iVoUSE C $25;
2 waitresses. $15 each: chambermaid. $15:
waitress, restaurant, $3 50 a week; waitress and
parlor maid, city, references. $25: German ■ nurse,
$18 to $20: German cook. $30: girls for house-
work. $25, $20 and $10. : LEON ANDRK, 316
Stockton st. ;■-,- / : '.; : ; ; .
OOK AND SECOND GIRL, 8 ME HOUSE,
Kos> Valley, $30 and $20, reference. - Apply
MISS CULLEN. .23 suiter st. ■■ ;
C*Ot)K. BOAKUI.vG-HOUSE, SAN MATEO,
$'J5 ; pri ate fam'ly $40, San Rafael $20, Ross
Valley $30. TrucKee $15; 3. waitresses, city hotel.
$15: chambermaid, $15: hotel, country, $20: 10
\outig girls assist, $10. $12 and $15: 10 good
housework girls. $20 and $25. Apply MISS CUL-
LK>', 323 Butter st. ;"■•■.
r\ KRMAN PARLOR-MAID AND WAITRESS
Vjr with reference. Apply 5 MISS CULLEN; 323
Suiter St.: -.. ... :. . ...--.;. :...-.-.■ : ■:.' t - . r ,-'.-*'-- : .
1 < EiUMAN oR SWEDISH COOK, $30 TO $36,
VJT with reference. ■ Apply MISS CULLEN, 323
Sutter St. -:,•■.;•. -.-... ■ -.»«■' - ': ■ -. .■/■',•-
J ■'BENCH CHAMBERMAID AND " SEAM-
r stress, $26. ->i ISS CULLEN, 323 Sutter su . ■ ;
T>ROTESTANT PA RLOR MAID AND WAIT-
XT tress, Memo Park, $25, see lady here at 10:30
to-day. - MISS CULLEN, 323 Sutter st. -
T~R -NCH NURSEGIRL; 1 CHI D2V a YEARS
I old. " Apply MISS CULLEN, 323 cutter su ,i- •,
OOK, $-5 AND i ROOM: COOK, $iO AND
room; chambermaid and wash towels, $15 and
room; waitress and wash napkins, $15 and room:
waitress, $20 and room; -'waitress, I OUv; $15 and
room; 3 waitresses, country; $20 and room; cham-
ber maid and wait some, country. $15 and room;
waitress, $4 a week; girl for Livermore, Cal., f 15;
girl, Eighteenth St.; $16; girl, Tune St.. $15: girl,
Alameda, CaL, $20: cook, Jewish family; $25:
cook, Turk st., $20: girl for down-stairs work and
cooking,- $26; : middle-aged woman, Washington
St., $15: German girl, laguna su, 1 . $15: girl, .Val-
lejo St., $25: girl, Fair Oaks, $15, no wash; cirl,
Berkeley, $12; girl, California st., no wash, $15;
girl. Howard st., $20; nurse girl, care one chid,
¥15; 2 girls for Vallejo. Cal.; second girl, Bush st,
$15; girl, speak Spanish, $15: 5 nurse girls: 17
girls, if 16: » girls, 1:3 young girls. $8, if 10 and
$12 per mon h, assist, etc., nice families. MAR-
TIN'S 749 Market street. .-. . , ...'S-'J. :. -
Uhi'lNEU HOUSEKEEPER - AND COOK.
XV small family, country, $30; see party here. C
R. HANSEN CO., 110 Geary St. ; :
GIRL FOR HOUSE WORK; MUST BE GOOD
. cook: smalt family; $25. TV R. HANSEN <_
CO., lIP Geary st. ■ .;.-
-/"I ERMAN COOK FOR SMALL BOARDING-
\J house; $20. C. R. HANj-EN <fc CO.. 110 Geary.
r\ ERMAN NUKHEGIRI,; CARE OF 1 CHILD;
VX $15. C. R. HANSEN & CO., 110 Geary st.
U,fANTr.D-OIRL FOR LINEN-ROOM; EX-
» » cellent seamstress for first-cla-s hotel,. $30:
nune but those having hotel experience wanted.
C. R. HANSEN & CO., 110 Geary st. :
r AITRESS FOR COUNTRY HOTEL, $'J5.
see party here. C R. HANSEN <& CO., 110
Geary st. ' . "••: -jf ,-
GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK AND COOKING,
vJT Berkeley, $.0: waitress, boarding-house city,
$15; ranch cooks, $15, $20, etc. MURRAY _
RKADY, Leading Employment Agents, 634, 636
GERMAN COOKS, $25 AND $30; GIRL FOR
— housework, plain cooking, $20; girl to assist,
sleep home, $15; lierman or Swedish girl, second
work, $26: a number of others. MRS. HIBD,
721 Ellis st. ■;- - ■:; -..:.. ' v .■;■-.
OIOKED DOCT' R WANTS LADY, GOOD
\J talker, 10 cook lunch: $2 50 week. 129 him
St., room 8. 12 m. . ■ ' .
ANTED— GIRL FOR |GENERAL HOUSE-
. work; one who understands cooking. 2101
Pacific aye. - - ■ •" ':;t- '
ANTED — REFINED YOUNG GIRL TO
take care of . children, 3 and 6 years; refer-
ences. 1909 Van Ness aye. >-..;•: ' • . •
pOMPE - I>kKT GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE-
\J work, washing aud cooking: family of 2; Ger-
man or Dane preferred: wages $25. 2412 Fillmore.
ANTED — FIRST-CLASS WAIST -HAND
and - improvers ou skirts; come prepared to
work. 330 O'Farrell st. f .
AI'Y COMPOSITOR WANTED AT 203 CAL-
IforniaBt. ;' .•:/*;■...:".-: ■:.•■••'.-■ . '■•• ■'
OOD FINISH Kit ON PANTS. 221/2 GEARY,
room 23, 3d floor. ■
GERMAN GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE-
vJ: work and cooking. 1316 Ellis st. ■ : ■ ;'
IRL -WANTED FOR LIGHT HOUSEWORK
and plain cooking. 1311 V. Golden Gate aye.
IRL FOR LIGHT H USSWORK. 802 VA-
Uejo st., flat A, second floor. ; .' ;• .
rmVO YOUNG LADIES: LIGHT WORK;
X good pay. Jackson Remedies C 0. ,235% Seventh.
\\; ANTED— A GIRL TO ASsIST IN LIGHT
»» housework; sleep home; $8. 1306 Ellis st :■.■■■::
\TOUNG GIRL, LIGHT HOUSEWORK; CARE
X 2 children; small wages. ' 16?5 Pos. su
ANTED— GOOD FINISHERS; ALSO AP-
. prentice on custom coals. 368 Vi Clementina.
PERATuR ON < USTOM COATS. tO4 JES-
sle St., cor. Seventh. : > -■ :
ANTED— WAITRESS; $18 PER MONTH.
312 Montgomery aye.- , ••-.-■> .-•:■■
YOUNG LADY TO JOIN ACROBATIC TEAM
X and travel. Stage; box 161, Call office. ....
IRL FOX GENERAL HOUSEWORK AND
plain cooking in small family.' 1444 O'FarrelL
GIRL FOR CHA . BKRWORK, $10 - MONTH;
I steep borne. S6- Va Mission st., near Fifth. . :.
KKAND-GIRL; A^O FINISHER ON CUS-
Sli tom pants. - 923J/2 Folsom st. :
Ui. ANTED— YOUNG GIRL TO ASSIST IN
'» general housework. ... 161 2 O'Farrell st. --:,:■ .
OOD OPERATORS ON, SKIRTS, WAiSTS
and wrappers; steady. work. 126 Eighth su ■
YOUNG GIRL FOR : LIGHT . HOUSEWORK.
112 I yon st., near Oak. ; '.- ■■, - . . ' : .'*: :
APPRENTICE WANTED. AT HAIRDRESS-
A tng. MISS DOYLE, 212 Powell st. and 105
Ninth. -..'r.-V -- ■. : --- ':■"■ "- ■' . .'" ■ : ■• ' ■ • .
URSE, WITH - SOME ; EXPERIENCE, TO
Xi • attend lady and child: reference. - Apply 2219
Van Ness aye., Monday, 9a. ir.:.-.,* :■ . — . ■ *
T ADIES TO LEARN HAIR-DRESSING,
Xj manicuring, face treatment. MRS. BUTLER,
131 Post su •--':-; ■'-.-'-,•: -■ . : ■■■■ ■--- -■-•-: ;■:. :.-•.■:•--
-1MR.ST-CLASS OPERATOR ON CUSTOM
X coats; i;ood wages; steady : work. 740 Folsom.
ri IRL TO COOK AND DO GENERAL HOUSE-
VJT: work. 113 Powell sU; ;; ■ .
FINISHERS AND BUTTONHOLE MAKERS;
X I good wages. : 1104% Fo.som. : v ,-.
LADY SOLICITORS; GOOD SALARY AND
commission: Monday, bet, 11 and 1." 617 1 Post.
\A, r ANTED — NKAT GERMAN GIRL FOR
"» Ugh housework. Call 1807 Vermont s su,
n1 ar Tweuty-lourth. ;' •. ... ;; ■-.-. :•'„.: i;
TEADY PROTESI'ANT GIRL OR WOMAN,
not over 46, to d« general . housework In Amer-
ican family of two; will have a good home; refer-
ences; wages $12. • Call 2000 Charming way, Ber-
keley.,, u-. '?.-..- ■•■ , ■.-- .; ;>.*'■'" •>'.:-:'«■. i, '.':■■'. .-'•■ -' : '
AT EAT YOUNG ; GIRL FOR LIGHT HOUSE-
II work. , Call 10 to 12 at 1111 She. well st. .
r\ IRL FOR LiGH 1 HOUSEWORK; 2 IX FAM-
VJ lly; $8; references: sleep home. 237 Fair Oaks.
AIRDRESSING, 26c ANU 36c: AFTER-
noon classes; 10 lessons, $1 50. 1248 Missiou.
-W ANTED— MEN AND , WOMEN, TO LEARN
•. * ' '. barber : trade: " only ' 8 weeks t required: '■ tools •
given and catalogue senu S. F. : Barber -- School,
1515 Howard st. ,;::.:,; . ■'-.-': --^>:.
LYNN'S DRESS-CUTTING SCHOOL: BEST
on the coasu , 14 McAllister su, room 56.
EW SKIRT i PATTERNS; JUST IN: ' 25c.
' McDoWELL Dressmaking , School, 636 - Mar-
ket"sUV.h'<-;-:*.V:-v---.>"A" J :: ; - -■ : r ■;■. ■:■-:■'■_:;■■. /
MOST CONVENIENT AND RESPECT ABLK:
■ Winchester House, ' 44 Third st. . near Market: *
1 100 *: rooms; :. 26c to $1 50 per night; ' $160 to $ J
l«*r went: "bus aad naczaze toand from ferrr.
: \ :'■:,, MAL,' HELP \V ANTED.
'wTa^TED^VVINEYARD f FOREMAN. , $35
»* - and found, see bass here this morning: vege-
table garilener, $20: chorcman,slo and found; oys-
terntan, $30 and i"crease; hotel and restaurant
waiters, $30 and to $8 a week, arid others. Apply
to J. F. CROSETI" & CO., 628 !?acra7;ento su v.v: .
\*/ M. BROGAN, THE LOOK. PLEASE ALL:
"» cook, small country hotel, $40: . cook tor few
board, rs. $20; sheepherder, $20: stableman. $26 ■
bellboy. $10: grapepacker, $20. R. T. WARD _
C 0. ,.608 and 610 Clay su v..\ ■ ._, v ■:' :.-•■- ; ■
\K! ANTED— ABLE , COMMERCIAL WRITER,
"' one familiar with California products in gen-
eral -.;» permanent position. - Addn-ss A. B. C, . box
82, Call Office, stating previous experience, refer-
ences, sa ary expect -d, ; etc. i;; : v : .;:.,: ': *> :
VT 1 .'ANTED — CONFECTIONER TO MAKE
»» . few cakes and to do outside chores. 1139
■ HELP WANTED— Continued. L !
1 n MILKERS FOR DIFFERENT DAIRIES,
IU $20, $22 50, $25: 8 farmers, $20. $25: chore-
man fora vmeyarJ, $15: choreman for city, $10;
farmer .; and : wife, » $370 s year. % MURRAY A
' RKADY, Leading Employment Agents, 634 and
636 flay st. ..;■■■■-■■ ; .'-/-^-V- i ■■"■--- '> -
i"c WOODCHOPPEP.S ■$1 50 CORD: 20 TIE-
ID makers, 8c each; tailor for country shop: 4
miners. MURRAY & READY, Leading Employ-
ment Agents. 6:->4a.id .36 Clavst.
FOREMAN- FOR AX ORCHARD AND VINE-
X yard, see boss here. , -M TJR I^ AY & READY,
Leading Employment Agents, 634 and 63b Clay.
— OOK AND WIFE, COUNTRY $40:
\J 3 cooks. $30, $40, $50: 3 dishwashers; 3 wait-
ers, $30. $25; porter and pantr man, $20. _•«££"
ray ARKADY, Leading Employment Agents,
634 and 636 Clay st. i' :.' V c
SECOND COOK; COUNTRY HOTEL: $76. C.
0 R. HANSEN & CO.. 110 Geary St.
EAD COOK; FRENCH OR GERMAN: $80
tosfq G R. HANSEN & CO., 110 Geary s .
WASHER, $7 A WEEK: BEI LBOY. $10
U and room: dishwasher. $5 50 a week : Ger=i» n
cook, $45 and room: restaurant cook, $90: broiler,
$50; second cook, $15 a week; 2 «alt.rs, $30 and
room- bootblack $7 a week: elderly man for chor-
ing, etc. MARTIN'S, 749 Market st.
STRONG, RELIABLE BOY: one without
a home preferred; used to horses; wel recom-
men led; In coal yard. Apply, before 9:30 a. m.,
618 Laguna st. '
vr.iLNG MAN. ABOUT 18 YEARS. 134 SUT-
X ter st., upstairs. .. , '
OOK FOR COUNTRY HOTEL: $50. 509
Kearny st., room 8. ' . ■
17URST-CLASS LUNCH WAITER. ■■■ 28 FIRST
..street. .. . . .--. ■: .-' ..-'.; •-.• - ' - -.-'.. . ■
TWO WELL-DRESSED YOUNG MEN
wanted.' 8::6 Howard st.
, I\7a NTED~— TBOY WITHSOMii: experi-
» » ence in tailoring. 568 Minna st.
/ tOO ■■■:.; C ' RPENTER FOR .WORK IN EX-
*J ■ change for room rent. 922 Post st. : > ■■■-■■ -y
IPIRST-CLA-S LADIES' TAILOR. CALL AT
1 VERDIKR'S, 944 Geary st.
OY, WITH GOOD REFERENCE, LEARN
tailoring trade. Call 7 lock, 427 Natoma st.
VITA TED- WAITER 1 HOUR DAILY;
'i call 9a. m. only. 490 Spear st. :-
VV' ANTED — FIRST-CLASS CABINET-MAX-
' ' er. 1309 Market St.. * INK & BCHINPLER.
ENfcRGETIC MAN FOR OFFICE : WORK;
must have $800 :to $700 to loan employer on
good ecurity; fine position. X., box 15, Call.
jyAItBKK'S 15-t KNT SHOP: BARGAIN; Al
X) location; good trade. S. FUCHS, 3-6 Grant aye.
JOURNEYMEN BARKERS' EMPLOYMENT
secretary, H. BERNARD. 102 >eventh st.
i,A«i!tKB-i'Urt j\MPi,OYMEN I' CALL M£O.
1 > P. C. Barbers' Assn. 8. FUCHS. 325 Grant aye.
jMRBERs 1 PKOTKUTIVE UNION EMPLOY-
.!> mem secretary, CONRAD TROELL, 667 Clay.
JOBBING PLUMBER AND METAL ROOFER
O with 9 years* experience would like to get a
steady job; wages no object. Address P. T. , box
33, Call Office. ■ " '
L OR CHOICE STEAKS, CHOPS AND ROASTS
J: go to DENNETT'S, Fourth and Marke. sts.
; OY USED TO WAIT ON TABLE; BOARD-
.'•» ing-house. 739 Fourth st.
RUG CLERK; STATE QUALIFICATIONS
and references. Apothecary, box 140, Call.
L'IRST-CLASS PAINTER TO PAINT NEW
.£ house; must be Al. H., box 74, Call Office. ■ '
ANTED-600 MEN TO-Da* TO EAT BEST
5c and 10c meal in the City. Old Economy,
410 Kearny. ; ■ , . ,
ANTED - SEAMEN AT THOMPSON'S,
; "T California House, 103 Clark St., below Davis.
O TAILORS— COAT. YE AND PANT-
makers wanted: apply at 11 and 5 at the Ste-'
venson-street : entrance. CHARLES LYONS,
wholesale tailor, etc., 721 Market st.
OTEL, RESI AURANIS WISHING COOKS,
waiters, St. Louis Casino, 215 3d. N AT7MAN.
• SIMON WANTS 100 M..N TO i-ET BOT- I
. tie beer or wine sc ; best free lunch. 643 Clay. i
HOES! SHOES! SHOES! NEW TO ORDER: |
any style,. $3 up; misfits and cast-off shoes I
bough or exchanged; larg- stock of second-hand I
shoes: first-class repairing: work' guaranteed.
749 Mission St., near Grand opera-house. ' •' -
AILORS WANTED AT LANE'S, 604 DAVIS
St., Mariner's Home.
TYLISH.AND DURABLE CALF SHOKS
STYLISH AND DURABLE CAI-F SHOKS
made to order, $2 50. 969 Howard, nr. Sixth.
ANTED— SO MKN FOR SINGLE ROOMS;
$1 week, 25c night. 321 Ellis st : Bosedale.
\\f AMf.D- AN IDEA; WHO CANTHINKOF
• • 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 'prize
offer and list of 200 Inventions wanted.
EST IN CITY --SING" E ROOMS, 15. 20 AND
26 cents per night. $i. $1 25. $1 60 per wee*.
Pacific House, Commercial and Leidesdorfl sts.", '
\,l KN'S HALF-SOLING, 60c.: LADIES, 40c.;
1»X done while you wait. 6:18 Market, opp. Palace
Hotel; branch 767 Market, opp. Will & Finck's.S. £■• |
1 AUG-.ST STOCK OF SECOND HAND SHOES I
Xj on hand: shoes to order, *3 50; hand-sewea
Ehoes, $5. 7-J6V3 Howard st.. bet. Third and t our;h !
\\! INCHESTER 44 THIRD ST..NKAK
TV I Market; 20U rooms, 26 cents a night; reading-
room: free bus arid baggage to and from the ferry.
KY ACME HOUSE, 957 MARKET &T., B_-
low Sixth, for a room; \26c a night; $1 a week.
UOOM&. 16c To 76c Pfc-R NIGHT: 600 TO *1 61)
XV per week. Oriental, 225 Drumm su
. INLtELL HOUSE, SIXTH A.si» HOWARD
. ■-4 sts. : single lnmisbed rms 76c week, 16c night.
ANTED— SINGLE KdfuMS, 16c A DAY: $1
T-«ek; rooms for two. 260 a day, $1 6U a vrmia;
read Ins- room: daily papers, t 36 Clay st. '--.
\\[ ANTED, COLLECT WAGES DUE LABOR
,"' ers—clerks. KNOX Collection A_cy, 110 Suiter
ANTED— .LABORERS AND MECHANICS
. to know that Ed RolKin, Reno House proprie-
tor, still runs Denver House, 217 Third SU; - 160
large rooms: 250 per nigh.: $1 to $3 per week.
1 I i/\ MEN iTO TAKE LODGING AT 100, l»c
l\i\J and, 200 a night, including ooO«t MtUrolU
(84 Washlhston St.. near Kear 11 v ' ,
\\r ANTED, : YOUR SHOES —WE REPAIR
• •«». shoes up to 11 o'clock every night: those work-
ing through the day can have their shoes repaired
at nlgut while you wait: ladies' soling, 35c; men's
soling, 60c; - fine shoes made to order trom $2 up:
we have a lot of shoes, been damaged by water, at
less than one-fourth their value, from 25c up to
$2 50. sea Mission at., bet. First st. and Second st.
I GENTS— H'LIDAY BuOKS; FOUR BOOKS
-A represented by one prospectus; first agent re-
ports 32 orders in four days; F. Person, manager
Subscription Department, THE WHITAKER <Sr
RAY CO., 723 Market st. ..-,
ANTED— AGE. \TH TO CALL ON HOTELS,
restaurants and saloons; bg money; small
'capital required. Address C. 0., box 117. Call. '
ALARY $60 MONTH; ACTIVE WORKERS
additional commission: : former correspond-
ents write again: your letters not delivered. W.
P. A., box 482, Oakland. - . . --.::. .. > "
AGENTS— A FEW WEEKS MORE IK WHICH
to coin money - with campaign books. The
WHITAKER & RAY CO.. 723 Market St. T .
REEDS' POPUITAR WATER FILTER; $1 50
0 will start yon. BRICK & CO., 719 Market st.
X WANT SoIIE^^CHOICE~^COTTAGE^7
houses and fiats immediately to fill the de-
mands of our clients settling for the winter. A. J.
RICH _ CO., Real Estate Agents, 112 , Mont-
gom< ry st. • .. ■. . . ■:-:'■-[.
\\r ANTED— A 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. - ■■■<••■■■•■■..•.■■.-.■-'-.■ :.■•■;. ..- ■ ■ .
OLD GOLD AND SILVER BOUGHT: JEW
ry, watches repaired. . MUND, 1133% Mission.
SELL YOUR BOOKS, CLOTHING AND JEW-
O elry in A. KLEIN. 109 Sixth * St.: send, postal.
H"~^Xl^ i s j^u^l^^ss j^oll^:ge, 24 post
St.— Bookkeeping, ; business practice, short-
band, typing, telegraphy, modern languages, Eng-
lish - branches, electrical ; :-. engineering, - etc.; 20
teachers; 15.000 graduates; catalogue. ,-': . ■:
VI ME. MELVILLE-SNYDER, 715 POST ST •
1« vocal . music. ; piano, elocution, practical
Shakespearean and general dramatic actlnz a
specialty ; vocal classes Monday, 8 _,; $1,
V YKKS', "THE .LEADING , COLLEGE, 328
Montgomery st.; individual instruction in
shorthand, typing, bookkeeping, telegraphy ' etc "'
life scholarship $50: lew rates i^r week and mo!
TIEHL'S SHORTHAND AND BUSINESS
h S Olle 123I 23 Market st; expenses less and
scholarship better than elsewhere; day and night!,
■ ,' 1 i 1 I<A!bVOl < A!b V O . I LYCKUM SCHOOL OF ACTING-
on Private theatricals arranged; pupils rehearsed
on stage. R. 5 and 12, 1. O. p. F. block. 7th and Mkt :
S C^ C ! 1 J iijK V IKICAJj ' CIV MINING. MX.
0 chanlcal engineering, surveying, architecture-
«ssay : estab. .'64. VAN DERNAILLEN, 723 Mkt,
A V UA H , YKK ' iA MANDOIIN BAN-
-T_ 3a 405 Geary, Rm. 17: thorough Instruction
IJOOKKPNO, WI>ITXU ' ARITHMTC. UKAJtH
JJ day_niht:nor;a-se<.ssmontri. 845 Mission
pROF. LOUIS MERKI: VIOLIN, MANDOLIN,
■«- guitar, cornet, reasonable. - 225 Geary ,nr. PowlL
VI JR. & M ¥**• KOL \ NLER, TEACHERS MAN
■lUdolln, guitar, banjo. 935 Market St.. opp. Mason
OPANISH LESSONS BY SPANISH LADY;
kj claas or private; reasonable. r. 230 Page st. — ' .
ENGLISH BRANCHES TAUGHT; ENGLISH
■Li literature.-. MISS FAGEN, 427 sutter st.
"VOICE CULTURr., DELSARTE ELOCUTION
:T; taught thoroughly, 26c lesson. X 749 Folsom.
L T ITAR. MANDOLIN, PIANO AND VOCAL
,VT lessons. $3 mo. ■- Mary. Westhaus> 39 Fifth. ;
1 'UITARIBT. YOUNG LADY PUPIL M. FER-
' » r.r: f.-w acholprs. 419 Geary, room 2. ■ ,v.
_^ _;.y .PKOFKSSIONALICAKDS^ ' *;-
JOHN E.HICHARDS, LAW OFFICES. ROOMS
O •; 28 ; and : 27, Crocker ■ building; v telephone Main
75. San Francisco. Cal. » -\ ':-.;; ;>- ; <:-?,;- ->^^;. - :
OHN K. AITKEN AND MAURICE L. ASHER.
*uys Uw, rms 516,516, 6t_ floor, Parrot ibid*.
■\fIDDLE-AGED BUSINESS MAN, GERMAN,
M with some •■ cans. desires ? acqual nttnee of
single or widow lady with a few hundred dollars:
German preferred; object matrimony. Address v
Hamburg, box 19, Call Office.
ELDERLY LADY OF MEANS; GOOD RE AD-
Hi er and writer: inclined to r traveling: to enter
in business with elderly ge itieman with fine busi-
ness of an artiuic na ure. address Artist, box 19,
Call Office. No fake nor triflers.
OUNG ORPHAN, GIRL WOULD LIKE TO
X be adopted b\- people of means. Address A. 8.,
box 92. Call Office.
I HAVE ENOUGH ROOM 'AND, I THINK,
X enough people-employed at my halr-drc-sing
parlors to serve all who come at once: no waits;
halr-dressin?, 25 cents: switches. $1: ■ l Uuinonia'|
Hair Tonic, 35 cents. G. LEDERER, 111 Stoc_]
ME. BEATRICE HALL, THE CARD-
*'■! reader, has arrived. Office 4, 777 Market st.
DR. ADA WALLACE HA«t MOVED TO 122
Taylor st., room 8.
1 ADY LEAVING CITY WOULD SELL 2
,Ji Louisiana mocking birds; reasonaole; trained
to mock • nythinir. Call 707 Clementina
v X COW'S MILK FOR BABIES. ADDRESS
5J9 Point i. obos aye.
ARUAI S— A • LINE OF CLOAKS TO BE
closed out from $1 50 to $2 60. worth $5 to
$20 apiece, at 22 Vi Geary st., room 41.
KOF. fusier's dancing school he-
moved to Mozart Hall, 1358 Market st. : waltz &
reverse guaranteed: private or class; terms reduced
\\r ATCHES. DIAMONDS, JEWELRY of ALL
>> kinds at reduced prices; must, move; building
to be torn down. 5 and 7 Third st. . - ;
RUPTURE, AND PILES CURED; NO PAY
until cured: send for book. DRB. MANS.
FIELD & PQRTKRFIELD. 838 Market St. .
1 (\f\l\ CARDS, »1 50: SHOW CARDS. 15c:
IUUU tel. black 141. HILL. 22 Geary, rm. 39.
* DVICE i REE; DIVORCE LAWS A SPE-
ADVICE private; nocharge unless successful; alt
clalty; private; nocharge unless successful: a:t
law suits, claims, collections, wills, deeds, etc.. at-
lendedto. G. W. IlOWE,atty-at-law. 850 .Markets,.
N. BRITTAIN, 20 GEARY ST., FOR FINE
. watch repairing and Jewelry . work; low
prices: first-class work. ■ ■ ' ■ __^
UITS CLEANED. PRESSED, $1: REPAIRS
reasonable. 26 Montgomery, r. 14: tel. red 2374.
LOAKS, FURS AND SUITS RETAILED AT
V wholesale prices. Factory, 20 Sansome st.
URNETT'S CORN CUBE— SURE CURE FOR"
corns, bunions, warts; 26c 327 Montgomery.
DAKTTnGTON'S SCHOOL .OF MAGAZINS
land Newspaper Illustration; day and evening
cjasses: instructors, J. H. E. Partington, Gertruda
Partlngton. R. L. Partlngton. Particulars 424 Pine.
ORRIS BERRY. FORMER FOREMAN-
Albert Miller's cloak store, has opened a busi- >
ness at 14 McAllister, Rms. 45-46: ladies', misses',
children's cloaks to order :flt guaranteed ;low prices
rpRUNKS DKLIVERKD 26C. BAY CITY
X Transfer Company, 244 Butter; tel. Grant 67.
A T THE PEOPLE'S ONE DOLLAR MEDICAU
J\. Institute, all cases treated and medicines fur-
nished for $1; call or write. 1029Va Market st,
beu Sixth and Seventh, San Francisco, Cal. .. .
A LL FACIAL BLEMISHES, SUPERFLUOUS
ix hair, moles, freckles. sc*rs, etc. removed by
Elite Electrolysis Co., 226 Turk, nr. Leavenworta.
"PAZOR-FIXINO OUR SPECIALTY: FINS
Xiedge put on razor. 25c Razor Exfhge,63oMarket
OUTDOOR STKREOPTICON SHOW KVB-
X> ry night cor. Market and bixth sts. ; artistic ad-
vertisements .in living light; promoters of bun-
ness. Consult OWL ADV. CO.. 1140 Market at.
LECTKIC LIGHTS IN EVERY ROOM |
Winchester House, 44 Third su, near Market:
200 rooms, 26c to $1 60 per night; $1 60 to $8 pee
week: free bus and baggage to and from tna terry.
1 IBKIIAL. ADVANCES UN DIAMOND* JJiW«
J J *lry. etc. : lowes: rates. 848 Market su
LD GOLD. SILVER, OENTS 1 AND LADIES'
clothinc boneht. COLMAN. 41 3a. cor. Jessla.
DKK:SSM.AKJ£KS^ ' _
TTPvrfrDATEI'K'ESCH TAILORS' SYSTEM
U taught; suits, $3 50 up. M. BORTHWORT,
839 Geary. . ' . . " '■ ' - "
T\EGARMO'S, 416% GEARY: ELEGANT
U stylish dresses. $6; dresses made over.
DRESSES $2 UP: WRAPPERS 50c UP;
. lawn $1 ui>. 5« : 584 Natoma sU. above sixth.
A LL EVENTS OF LIFE for _i old by THE
A. horoscope: advice on all business speculation
my specialty; and business men protected b .- my
method; success guaranteed: oil and minerals lo-
cated by the science; correspondence by mail. DR.
ST. CLAIR. 916 Market st . room 26: hr«. 9 to 7.
CLAIRVOYANTS. . '
/~1 ITANATTIi K. G yPS "y '"qU EEN , 8 TU KK^T.T
VJT truthful in her predictions; reliable In her ad-
vice: no matter what troubles you may have, coma
and she will guide you right; no fake; satisfaction
guaranteed ; office hours from 9t09. ' - -
MX. PORTER. WONDERFUL CLAIRVOY-
ant, card-reader, born \.-kh a douole vellanl
second sight; ladies 50c. gents $1; palmistry au I
clairvoyant sittings $1 60.- 126 Turk su. nr. Jonev
ME. SYBILLE TELLS FKOM CIiADbK
grave; pictures given; ladles 25c: gt nts 60
914 O'Farrell st. . . ' *' i: «
ME. SCHMIDT, CLAIRVOYANT. T_L ■
past, present and future: success to all; io 1
tones by mall: low prices. 856 Mission sU . ■
ME. LKGETTE— PRESENT, PAST AND
future; 25c 311Tehama, upstairs, nr. Fourth.
I.IAMOUS MMX. LEO A A ARRIVED; CLAIR-
V voyaut and magnetic healer: office 12, 1 Fifth.
ME. MOREAU, BEST MEDIUM : REVEALS*
i>X past, present, futnre; 26c up. - 764 Howard st.
ME. RAVKNA READS LIFE FLUENTLY;
business advice: names given: 25c up. 6 Fourth
YPSY LIFE-READER. Rl-.MOVKD FROM 5
r seventh to 4 Twelfth at. : ladies 25c: gents 60c
ME. DR. THOMAS. CLAIRVOYANT: 28
years Kearny, now 929 Post: fee 91 ; letter $2.
VI ME. HANSEN, PALMIST, CARD-READER;
Itj past, present and future; 25c 148 6th st.. r. 5.
/BARMEN DIAZ, LATE FROM MEXICO,
\J palmist and card-reader, 9 Powell aU, room 8.
ME. PEARL, LUCKY FoRTUNE-TELLER
and magnetic healer. Parlor 2, 223 Post sU
ME. DAVIS, CLAIRVOYANT AND MAG-
m tic healer: charms. Parlor 2, 122 Post St.
09/^ MCALLISTER — FRiENDSHIP HALL}
O_ <O free lest meeting at 2 and BP. _. Mrs. C. .1.
Meyer: other sittings daily; test circle every even's
O.NCHITA, WONDERFUL CARD-READER,
\J removed 821 Howard to 138 a Fourth, rm. 2.
RS. ELLIS, MEDIUM, SITTINGS, 9 TO 8, $1;
circles Tues.. Fri., 2 P. _ 25c 1824 Market st.
I EANDEK, INDEPENDENT SLATE- WRlT-
ter, business and developing medium. 1007 Mkt
RS. SHRINK R, TRANCE MEDIUM; SlT-
i>i tings dally : clr.Snu.A Wed.eve. 311 Van Ness.
AM. FRANCIS, INDEPENDENT SLaTK-
. writer 118 Hnl?ht St.; hours 9 until 6 p _.
practically and scientifically taught In 3 les-
sons, also how to hypno instantaneously, by
professor of the French school; a good opportunity
18 here offered to physicians and students of
science Interested in its therapeutic effects; high-
est credentials:correspondence solicited. CaU or ad<
dress Hypnotic and Mesmeric In.siUut;'.6 O'Farrell.
\J ket St. DR. CHARLES W. DECKER.
R. L. T. CKANZ— RACTION PAINLESS-
crown work, bridge work and teeth without
plates a specialty. 103 Geary St., cor. Grant aye.
C_7 A SET FOR TEETH— WARRANTED A3
tip I 'good as can be made; filling $1 DR. SIMMS*
dentist, 930 Market st., next Baldwin Theater.
PAINLESS = EXTRACTION, 50c; CROWN
X bridge work a speci»lty: plates $5 up: 13 years*
experience. R. L. WALSH, D.D.S., 815% Geary.
DR. LUDLUM HILL. 1443 MARKET ST., NR.
Eleventh; no charge for ; extracting when
plates are made: ' old plates made over like new;
teeth from $8 per set; extracting 60c; gas given.
ET OF TEETH WITHOUT . A PLATE. DR."
H. G. Young; 1841 Polk St. L .
R. J. J. LEEK. 1206 MARKET, COR. GOLDEN
Gate aye.; open evenings; Sundays till noon.
pROOME DENTAL ASSOCIATION, 759 MAR-
VJ ket, bet. 3d and 4th; gas specialists; painless
extracting, with gas, $1; plates. $5 up: fill, $1 up.
DR. GEORGE W. , LEEK, THE GENUINE
Leek dentist, discoverer of painless extraction
and patentee of improved bridge work or teethi
without any plate, moved from 6 to 20 O'Farrell st.
"L^ULL SET : OF. TEETH, $7; WARRANTED
X five yean; extraction, 60c: fillings, 60c.;
crowns, ;$3 60. ' Chicago Dental Parlors, 24 Sixth.
THIRST-CLASS • DENTISTRY; FIRST-CLASS
I- prices; first-class results: painless extraction:
Tel. Main 6375. W.C. HARDING.M.D., 600 Sutter
LL WORK TO SUIT TIMES; WARRANTED.
DR. REa, 1370 Market si., front City Hall.
LL WORK REASONABLE AND WAR-
ranted. .PH. .1 W. KEY 1122 Market st.
T A PASS-BOOK WITH THK MH I HERNIA
XJ;; savings and Loan Society of San Francisco, la
the name of ALEXANDER THOMPSON, No.
165-1093; the finder will please return to bank.
OST— DOG; FOX-TERRIKR »• I i H COLLAR
.and three spo;s on lef side. Finder return to
1324 Geary st. and receive reward.*
PLAIN. GOLD RING WITH INITIAL "M. TO
. - B." Return 249 Rltch at. Reward.
OST— A PAIR OF GOLD SPKCTACLKS. BK-
tween San Leandro and ; Oakland, : on Friday
eve.,; Oct. 9. Return- to Dasbaway stables, 370
Eleventh su, Oakland, and receive reward.
.1 OsT-OCT. 8,-FOX TERRIER" BIT 11: $50
-L> reward for her return to M. BARRY, tallowy
works, San Bruno rd., near Courtland aye. '*^
•I 1 O.VI-A SILVER ~ PITCH*.*, WITH OWN -
JJ er's name, with dogs. binder will be well re-
warded by leaving it at , 509 • Kearny su, room 8 ;
no questions asked. ■ / ' '
■V ■} PHOTOGEAPUKKS SUPPLIES.
9fi *WYLBa CAMEKAI?X^DnLARG~E'STOt : iC
-Jv photo goods. *■ Cal. Camera Co., 124 Geary st.