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SAN FRAISCISCO CALL.
BUSINESS OFFICE of the San Francisco
Call, corner of Market and Third streeti, open
until 12 o'clock evt ry nlsht in the year.
BRANCH OFFICES— L 27 Montgomery street.
corner Clny; open until 9:30 o'clock.
339 Hayes street; open until 9.30 o'clock.
gU McAllister street ; open until 9:80 p. ts.
615 Larkin street; open until 9:30 o'clock.
S.W. corner Sixteenth and Mission streets;
open until 9 o'clock.
106 Eleventh street; open until 9 o'clock.
2SIS Mission street; open until 9 o'clock
1505 Polk street; open until 9:30 o'clock.
XW. corner Twenty-second and Kentucky
streets; open till 9 o'clock.
CHURCH NOTICES.
GRACE M. E. Church, corner Twenty-first and
Capp streets— J. N. Heard, D.l>., pastor.
Preaching at 11 a. m. by the pastor: Sunday
school at 12:45 p. m. ; class and consecration
meeting at 6:3" p. m.. James Renwlck.
leader: preaching by the pastor at 7:30 i> m.
All are cordially invited Beats free. Regu-
lar midweek prayer-meeting Wednesday, at
7:30 p in.
FIRST Baptist Church, E'l<!y St., near Jones—
Preaching at 11 a m. and 7::S" p. m. by E. A.
Is, D-D, Morning (subject, -one Man
With T\\ N .: ' in the evening l»r.
\it the (Kth in a oours> of
Subject: "Is lufldelity a
Succee - nday-school at 12:30 p. m.
Chrtw ivor meetings at fi:3o p. m.
Salili Pixley Hall, at 9.30
l m. Washington-square Sunday-school.
Union st., at 9:30 a. m. Bethesda Bnnaay-
echool. Howiir.i st . at 3 p. m. Midweek
prayer and praise service, Wednesday, at 7:45
p. m.
PLYMOUTH Congregational church. Post st.,
near Webster Services to-day at 11 a. m.
and 7:30 p. m. Sunday-school at 9:30 a. m.
Rev. F. n. Cherington, PI)., pastor, will
preach morning and evening. Subject In
morning, "Sacredness or t-ommon Life." In
the evening the first In the following series
of sermons to young people: January 16,
"Solomon, the young man with advantages";
January 23. "Esther, the young woman with
advantages": January SO, "Timothy, the
young man with' mt a>lvantacs" , February
6, "Ruth, the young woman without advan-
tages." The public cordially invited.
FIRST Congregational Church, corner of Post
and Mason str.'- - teorgS C Adams.
D.D., pastor. w:\: preach morning and even-
ing. Morning service, ll o'clock; theme, "Im-
mortality;" evening service. 7:30 o'clock,
theme. Rejol c, O Young Man" (a sermon
■jng mcn>. This pastor's bible clnss md
after morning ser-
vice; Y. }'. S. '". i: . (80 p. m. Samuel I>.
Mayer, organist and choir mister.
CALVARY Presbyterian Church, cor. G.'ary
and Powell sts -Rev. John Hemphlll, D.D.,
■ Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
p. in . "" 'hrist, the heaior of Moral
.«.?s." Music n in.. "Festival Te
Deum," William R. ''hatiman: "Offertory."
contralto solo. Mrs. Sedgley Reynolds. Music
p. m., "Juhiiate Pen" < T » ». Gerrlsh; "Offer-
tory." o: Sweetly Breathe the Lyres Above."
Rowe Shelley, soprano solo and quartet. All
are cordially Invited.
FIRST Presbyterian Church, cor. Van Ness
aye. and Sacrami - Rev. Robert Mac-
kenzie. D.D., pastor: Rer. Edwin H. Jenks.
Co-pastor Dr. Mackenzie will preach at 11
a. m. Mr. Jenks will preach at 7:30 p. m.
Sunday-school at 12:4". p. m. Y. P. s. c E.
Bt 6:15 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday
at 1 p. m. All are welcome.
SIMPSON Men; rial Methodist Episcopal
Church, ccrr.er Hayes and Buchanan sts -
Rev. John Stephens, pastor; residence, 3W>
Haipht st. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30
p. m. Rev. W. W. Ca.«e, D.D., will preach
:n the morning. Topic of pastor's t-r-rmon in
the evening, 'The Miracles of Christ Sur-
Sunday school at 12:30 p. m. C. B.
Perkins, superintendent. Epworth League
meeting at 6:3n p. m. Prayer meeting.
!->sday evening at 7:4;. o'clock. The public
cordially invited to all the services of this
ch.ir-h S»ats free. Ushers in att-r.dance.
CENTRAL Methodist Episcopal Church, Mis-
sion st.. between Sixth and Seventh— Dr.
Charles E 'ward Locke, pastor, will preach.
Class meeting at S:3O and 12:10. Morning ser-
mon at 11 o'clock. Subject, "Cast Thy Hread
Upon the Waters." Evening subject, at 7:30,
"The - for •;■ .i. ' followed by evan-
gellstV servii es. Sunday school at i p. m.
Mr. Roila V. Watt, superintendent. Chris-
tian Endeavor Societies at 8:16. All seats
free. This Is a people's church. Cordial In-
vitatlona cxi ,il!. Revival services
every evening this week except Saturday,
conducted by the pastor, and each afternoon
ex^e; ' M : la] and Saturday.
THE Rev. Dr B. S. Crybr of Wes'tmlnster
Presbyterian church will conduct the usual
weekly services of the Mission to Israel So-
ciety in Cambrian Hall. 1133 Mission st.. bet.
nth and Eiirhth. on Tuesday. 18th inst.,
at 7:45 p. m. The public are cordially in-
vited. Seats free.
FIRST New Jerusalem Church fSwedenbor-
gian). O'Farrell si., bet. Wetisier and Fill-
more— The pastor. Rev. D. V. Howen, will
preach at 11 a. m. Subject, "Re of Good
Cheer." No evening service. Sabbath-school
at 10 a. m. All seats free and lli^ public
cordially invited. Free Swedenbori;ian libra-
ry. Reading meeting every Tuesday evening
at 7:45 p. m.
FIRST Church of Christ. Scientist, i
k, 223 Sutter St., bet. Kearny and Grant
aye.— Christian Science Bible less ins; sub-
ject. "Beginning of Jesus' Public Ministry of
Preaching and Healing." Sunday-school for
-hildren at the same hour. "Science and
Health" study Thursday at 8 p. m. All are
welcome.
THE Second Unitarian Church, cor. Twei
and Capp sts— A. J. Wells, pastor. Mr.
Wells will preach at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Seats are free Sunday-school at 5:45 a. m.
Unity Club Tuesday at S p. m. Entrance on
Capp st. Pastor's residence, 524 Valencia st.
[ATION Auditorium. Mason and Ellis
Ets — Grand union mass-meeting to-day (Sun-
day) at 3 o'clock. Address by Mr. rt. C.
Morgan, editor of the London Christian.
Purl"'-!, "The Story Of a Specialist." Special
music, in which the Ladles' Junior quartet of
the First Baptist Church will assist. Seats
free and all are invited to attend, both men
an 1 women. Next Inesday evening Dr.
Kummer will give an illustrated lecture on
"Th« Greatest City of the World," which is
pure to be of much Interest.
MR. R. C. MORGAN, editor of the "Chris-
tian." of London. England, will preach In
Gospe! Hall. 16 Mason st., on Tuesday even-
Ing at 8 o'clock. Don't fail to hear him.
Revival services in the same hall every night.
All are welcome.
Profess. >i: ): r. Lloyd win preach this
Sunday! ever.inir. at th.- Cambrian Hall, at
o'clock. The Eryrl quartet will render
son:e sacred music pot up specially for the
occasion. All are invlt.-d.
BAN FRANCISCO Theosophical Society, 819
Market rt. Lecture to-night. "A Law-gov-
erned Universe," by Dr. Anderson. Subject
Tuesday nUht. "The Doctrine of the Heart."
THB Theoßi phical B --iety— Free public lecture
every Sunday r-vrnlne nt 8 o'clock in Portola
Kail. Native Sons' building. 414 Mason streft.
To-nieht, . Knowledge.*' by C P.
NeOaon. Lodge meftin^s every Wednesday
evening. Class for beginners every Thursday
at 3 p. m.
SINOAV MEIVriXJS.
SOCIETY Progressive Spiritualists, El Dorado
Hall, Alcazar building, O'Farrell Bt.. near
Powell— Sunday evening, January 16. Song
itvipc. 7.30 sharp. Mrs. It. 8. Llllie of Bos-
*on will lecture and Mrs. J. J. Whitney will
answer written questions and give spirit
messaecp. Admission, !■'< cents.
DR. COONLEY, Blate writer and clairvoyant;
stance to-night. 90S Market; phenomena
ppirit ph'tographs on your own handker-
chief; wonderful music; tests in clairvoy-
ance. 2.-.c.
OAKLAND Psychical Society. FYaternal Hall
\\'nshlngton St.. 7:30; Mme. Florence Mon-
tague will anßwer written and mental ques-
tions; also read psychometrically.
TFPT developing circle. 2 p m. an< s g p m .
test meeting. If>c. (Q McAllister st. Stltts
Nita, Mrs Evans, Meakln, Hargrave, Han-
non and others.
DR. RINES- spiritual society. 909 Market if
11, free; 2 and S p. m . l"c; Mrs. fiealoy Rats
Heusmann. Dr. Carpenter. Dr. Hanson. Dr
?f)l Arlington st.
THOSE Interested in the Thomas Payne me-
morial call 125 Oak st. Monday evening
January 17.
SOCIALIST meetings. Sunday evening* Pyth-
ian Hail, '.">'.< Market »t. Free lecture- free
debate.
AT 122% Oak st., every Saturday evening
■ MRS. COLBY holds' a circle; sittings dally
M.Mi: YOUNG'S test circle to-night. 10c; con-
vincing test. 605 McAllister; fine music.
MRS.' ELSIE REYNOLDS. materializing
, teance Sunday evening. 227 Sixth st.
MRS. EGGERT AITKEN. test medium, gives
ings daily at 320 McAllister st.
NICELY furnished flat of 4 rooms; $100 cash
required. 402! i Geary st.
997 MARKET. 6 p. m.. grand spiritual seance"
mi-:-- WREXX: fr>--.
STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING.
THE annual meeting of the stockholders of the
Union Iron Works will be held at the office
of the company. 222 Market St.. San Fran-
cisco, on TUESDAY. January 25. 1898. at 11:30
o'clock a. m., for the purpose of electing a
board of directors to serve for the ensuing
year, and for the transaction of such othe?
business as may come before the meeting. '
J. OB. GUNN, Secretary.
Office. 222 Market st.. San Francisco, Cal.
January +3. IS«S. ; ■
DIVIDEND. NOTICES.
DIVIDEND No. 51 (forty cents per share), of
the Hutchlnscm Sugar Plantation Co.. will be
payable at the office or the company, 327
Market St., on and after THURSDAY, Jan-
uary 20, 1898. Transfer booHs will close on
Friday, January 14, 1898. at 3 o'clock p. m
E. H. SHELDON. BecreW. J
Mll.llM. NOTICES.
K. R. B. attention— Business of the JT j^
utmost importance WEDNESDAY B \^7y'
EVENING, 19th inst. » ~*A
PRESIDENT. C^aa
"A NICHT Wl" Burns"— The St. . ws.
Andrew's Society will give an en- CJV KM V
tertalnment and dance in honor XjjvXvjt
of the 139 th anniversary of the birth •*-*«*
of "Scotland's bard." ROBERT BURNS, in
Scottish. Hall. 105 Larkin st . TUESDAY
EVENING, January 25. Songs, readings,
etc., from the works of the poet by first-
class artists. A eulogy on Barns by one of
San Francisco's well known speakers.
JAMES S. WEBSTER. President.
A. C. BAJ LINO ILL. Secretary.
ANNUAL meeting— The regular annual meet-
ing of stockholders of the Oceanic Steamship
Co. will be held at the office of the com-
pany, 327 Market St., San Francisco, Cal..
on Friday, the 21st day of January. UM, at
the hour of 11 o'clock a. m.. for the purpose
of electing a board of directors to serve for
the ensuing year, and the transaction of such
other business as may come before the meet-
ing. Transfer books will close on MONDAY,
January 10. at 3 o'clock p. m.
E. 11 SHELDON. Secretary.
DUTCH Mining and Milling Company— The
regular annual meeting of the stockholders
of the Dutch Mining and Milling Company
will be held at the office of th'« company,
which office is now temporarily situate at
No. 319 California street. City and County of
San Francisco, State of California, on MON-
DAY, the 17th day of January, ISSS, at the
hour of two o'clock p. m. or. said day for the
purpose of electing a board of directors for
the ensuing year, and also for the transaction
of such other business as may be brought be-
fore the meeting. Transfer books close Tues-
day. January nth. 1898. at 3 o'clock p. m.
GEORGE! W. GERHARD. Secretary.
Dated San Francisco. January 6th. 1898.
THE annual meeting of the stockholders of the
Realty Syndicate will be held at the office
of the corporation, 14 Sansome St., room 15,
San Francisco, at S o'clock on THURSDAY,
January 20, 1898, to elect directors to serve
for the ensuing year, and for the transaction
of such other business as may coma before
the meeting. J. C. WINANS. Secy.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
THEY are closing out remnants of curtains,
dress goods, shoes, corsets, hosiery, under-
wear, bedspreads, towels, laces. linings,
trimming, veilings, etc., very cheap at Pio-
neer Dry Goods Store, 105 Fifth st.
MRS. DR. FISH, rm. 3. IMA Grant aye.: elec-
trician: alcohol. Turkish baths: unrivaled.
ROOM Renting Bureau, room 24. Flood build-
Ing, cor. Fourth st.
THE Secretary of the Protestant Orphan Asy-
lum of San Francisco herewith gives notice
that the following orphan and half orphan
girls and boys have been admitted at the in-
stitution on HalKht st. from July 1. 1597. to
Jan. 1. 189S: Rachel Crossley. 12 years; Neva
Crossley. 10 years: Eva Crossley, 2 years;
Etta Llthgow. 13 years: Sophie Bemler. 13'«.
years: Emma Shnebrldge. 11 years: Emellne
Burket. 5 years: Hilda Burket. 2 years: Lou-
Isa Pott?. 7 years: Minnie Potts. 4 years: Jes-
sie Potts. 3 years.; Delma Cottrell, 8 years:
Lillie Borkman. 7 years: Annie Peterson, 13
years; Mabel Peterson, 3 years; Frank Mc-
i Kean. 2 years: Edward Burket, 9 years; Fred-
: crick Berket, 8 years; Carl F. Berg, 11
i years; David Cottrell, 10 years; George Bock-
' man. S years; Albert H. Smith, 4 years.
ABANDONED children in St. Josephs Infant
Asylum from July 1, ISS6. to December 31.
1597: John Carey. 4 years; Frank Carey, 5
years; August Collins, 3 years: Walt'r Con-
nolly, 4 years: Eddie Fallon. f. years; Alice
Fallon. 3 years; Josle Stack. 5 years; Mary
Stack. 3 years; John Sullivan, 5 years; Frank
Sullivan. S years: Edith Gallagher, h yearn;
Hell Gallagher, 4 yean
BAD tenants ejected for $4; collections made;
city or country. PACIFIC COLLECTION
CO.. 415 Montgomery st..*room 6; te!. 5580.
MME. HANSEN, latest galvanic battery and j
cabinet baths. 116 Taylor st.
ROOMS whitened from $1 and papered $2 50 up.
239 Third St.
MRS. STEWERT, genuine steam and cabinet
baths. 120% Geary St.. room 11.
JNO. HULTHEN. electro-magnetic massage
treatments; alcohol baths. 8 Mason st.
FOR Double-end boat, 24x5:6; all com-
plete: $7.",. MRS. VOGEL. 110S Kentucky st.,
near Eighteenth.
SITUATIONS WANTKO— KKMAL.B.
THOROUGHLY competent Scotch waitress and
chambermaid desires situation: good refer-
ences. MISS CULLEN, 325 Sinter st.
YOUNG lady, graduate of the Commercial !
Section of the Mission High School (also
perfectly acquainted with the German lan-
guage), desires position In office. Address
641 Dolores st.
FIRST- seamstress desires position In
family; good cutter and fitter; no objection
to country. Address box 579, Call office.
GIRL wants a position for general housework.
! Call or address 3363 Twenty-sixth st. MR.
; HUNT.
WANTED— Gentlemen's washing and mend-
ing nicely done. 519 Eddy Bt.
| YOUNG Spanish lady would like a situation
to do second work. Inquire at 1036 Pacific.
YOUNG lady. Industrious and economical,
would like situation as managing house-
; keeper; best of references. C. box CO, Call.
REFINED lady with girl of 12. desires position
as housekeeper, or will try anything honest.
| Address or call, MRS. D.. 1133 Mission st.
WANTED— House or chamber work In return
for room rent. Address box 608. Call office.
WIDOW would like 2 children to board; good
home. Box 611. Call.
YOUNG woman wants work a few hours a
day; house work or chamber- work. Address
box 604, Call.
1 ELDERLY American woman wants a situa-
tion; is a good plain cook; city or country.
Call or address W/k Seventh st.
COMPETENT woman wishes work by the day.
810 OTarrell st.
COMPETENT woman with girl 7 years old
wants eteady place; take full charge of
house; cook for men; references. Call at
Brooklyn Hotel.
! SCANDINAVIAN widow, speaks English, has
two small children, desires situation In small
family; nominal wages only If good home.
! Box 368, Call office. .
WANTED— By an American woman, work 1b
B small family; a good home more an object
than large wages. Address Box 595, Call.
YOUNG German woman wants work I
day at washing and housecleaning. 73i Na-
toma st., rear.
GERMAN woman wishes a situation to do
general housework or as housekeeper- good
plain cook. MRS. JANNTCH, 72i* Natuma St..
t.rar Ninth St.
WANTED— By an American woman, UK- H,
position a* housekeeper. Address MRS p:
A. KNAPP, Oakland Postoffioe.
COMPETENT Kir! wishes situation to do cook-
Ing or general housework; no postal. 5
Ewing Place, off Laguna, between Sutter
and Post.
SEAMSTRESS wishes to go In families to sew;
75c per day. 121 Shotwell Ft., off Sixteenth.
SWEDISH girl wishes position as cook; city!
or country. Address box fios. Call office.
COMPETENT Swedish girl desire Htnatton to
do cooking and housework in American fam-
ily; wages $25. Call Monday, Ul McAllister.
MIDDLE-AGED lady and daughte7~l7>. to-
gether, wl?h positions on ranch. Apply or
address 3.".« Third St.. upstairs
HOUSEWORK Of any kind by the dny; flrst-
elass laundress; by day or month; references.
1».7 Larkln st.
CAPABUB woman wants work either by the
<!:■>• or week, o r will take home g<nllemen - s
washing. Apply 6 McCormlck place, bet
Larkin and Hyde «ts.
BY an experienced, teacher, position as visit-
ing teacher from ft until 2; English and
music; best of references In both. Address
Teacher. t2l Capp st.
YOUNG lady desires position as cashier or
companion to elderly lauy; references. Ad-
dress box 670, Call office.
AS companion and assist in household dntiei
by refined English woman; husband going to
Alaska; salary not so much object .'is ■■ im-
portable home. A. L., box 567. Call office.
WANTED— By middle-aged woman, a nltua-
tion to do light housekeeping; no washing
and no children; good plain cook; wages 110
Ad lress box 575, Call office.
SWEDISH girl wants situation to do gnneral
housework. Please call at 3 Pfelffer St., bet.
Dupont and Stockton, Francisco and < 'hestnut.
WANTED— By reliable woman, general work
In family; good cook and laundress. Please
call IHttj Market st . near Ninth.
TOT7NG English lndy wishes situation as
housekeeper; city or country. Address 1020
Market St., room 10.
RKSPBCTABUE rlrl desire* situation '"to do
j-nnoral housework and cooking-; no postals
Apply 3Or>6 Twenty-fifth st., near Harrison.
YOUNG woman wants full charm of invalid
or infant. Call at 2gQ5 Sixteenth.
WANTED— Position as cash or counter girl
Apply 2010 Central aye.
YOUNG woman of refinement and education
wishes position as companion to elderly or
Invalid lady, or as companion-governess to
delicate child. Address box =.«(!. Call office.
j RESPECTABLE Swedish w^na^ w~ith o^i
child would like a Fituation in small family.
Please cat! Nt Potrero. :.23 Conn.- t: -ut st. "
SIT( ATION wanted by a competent woman to
take care of an Invalid: ran furnish good
references. Apply at 1218 Mission st
EXPERIENCED French girl wishes situation:
flrst-claas cook or housekeeper; city or
k country; best references. 1378 Bacrameato.
TIIE SAX FRANCISCO CAIX, BUKDAY, JA^sTAEY 16, 1898
SITI'AI »IS'S XV BTTED— Con tinned.
RESPECTABLE lady with little girl wishes
nituntion as housekeeper; city or short dis-
tanco in country. Call before 12 o'clock. 1719 A
Eddy St.
YOUNG lady wishes a position where she can
attend an evening school. Address 427 Grove.
MONEY loaned on watches, diamonds. Jew-
elry; low interest. Uncle Harris, 15 Grant ay.
Bl MONTGOMERY, cor Ciay^Open until 9:10
o'clock; branch offlce of The Call. Subscrip-
tions and want ads taken.
UTVATIOJU WANTED- MALE.
CHINESE and Japanese; estab. 20 years: help;
tel. Wain 1997. BRADLEY & CO., 040 Clay st.
JAPANESE employment offlce; work day, hour
or evening. 122% O'Farrell st. ; tel. Davis 605.
CHINESK and Japanese Employment office;
best help. 414H OFarrell. Tel E. 42«.
CHINESE and Japanese Employment Offlce —
Best help. 30 Geary st. Tel. Grant 56.
HI'NTER & CO.. Chinese tn<l Jnpanese emp.
Offlee «M% California St.; taL Main «1.
YOUNG man (Krigllsh) wants Fituatton on
gentleman's coantry place; care of horse. OOW
and garden and generally useful; references.
H i Call offlce.
HOTEL clerk; fine appearance height six feet;
will accept any position with chance for ad-
•m. Tit on merit. Address box "V 2." V 2. Call.
GARDENER— A Brst-claas gardener, with gond
references, wishes a steady situation. Ad-
dress Gardener, Ih.x BM, Call office.
GERMAN, har.l worker. handy with tools,
wishes work of any kind; good references;
low wages. Box 598, Call office.
GARIiENER— Young man. employed In pri-
vate family, wishes to make change end of
month. Box 14. Call offlce.
CARPENTER; good mechanic; good Jobber;
work $1 60 per day; must have work. Ad-
dress 40S Gough st.
BAKER on cake and bread; country prefer-
red. New Atlantic Hotel. 209 Montgomery
Rye.
YOUNG man Just from the East wants posi-
tion of any kind. Address box 588. Call offlc«.
S -Graduate I'liila. College Of Ph.; M;
single; Germ.: seeks posit, as mangr >>r
preset lp. clerk: best of ret. Bos ML Call.
I want good commission for Australia;
smart hustl-r and well known there manu-
facturers answer quick. )fox fi'«i. Call office.
YOUNG man of ability wants employment for
board anil small salary: is ;i practical book-
keeper; will accept any employment; gr>od
references. Boa IS7, Berkeley.
YOUNG boy U yean old would like to work.
ise call at 211 Minna st.. downstairs.
YOUNG man. graduate of business college, d<»-
- situation in an office ..r store; under-
stands li« kkieping: fair penman. sjn-aks
Italian. M. MAGGINL Preacott House
EXPERIENCED business man with horse and
buggy wants position with wholesale house
In Alameda County: small salary and com-
mission: best of references. S., box 9, Call
Office. Oakland. j
MAN thoroughly experienced In general mer-
chandise, hotel and liquor business, ordi-
nary bookkeeper, wants salaried position In
Alaska. P. H. S . 435 Thirteenth st.
YOUNG man with some command of stenog-
raphy would like employment, not to con-
flict with evening school; salary nominal.
Address R.. 1123 Sutter st.
WANTED— By lumber salesman and yardman,
situation in country yard or sawmill: Cali-
fornia references. J. C. GIBSON. 126 Ellis st.
YOUNG Frenchman wishes position on French
newspaper: is expert compositor. Address
E. A., 7 John st.
SITUATION wanted by practical man as fore-
man, vineyard and general farm work. Box
571, Call Office.
YOUNG man wants work of any kind: handy
with tools; experience In plumbing. E. A.
NIELS* . CSO'i Minna st.
SITUATION wanted— Job compositor or fore-
man printing office; competent: 16 years' ex-
perience: city or country. W. B. POWELL,
care Occidental Hotel, city.
BOILER maker with first-class references: also
blacksmith capable of tempering all kinds of
tools, wishes position In mines; any place.
Box ECt Call office.
GARDENER; single: thoroughly competent In
all branches gardening and greenhouse work.
first-class references; would like position
with private family. Box 553. Call office.
JAPANESE first-class butler wants place In
city or country: best reference. Address HO
YOSHIKADO. 121 Halght st.
FIRST-CLASS waiter, Japanese, wants place
In city or country; best reference. Address
K. HASHINO. 121 Halght st.
YOUNG married man of good habits, refer-
ences, desires position: good around horses;
not afraid of work: In private family or any-
where. Box C2O. Call.
839 HAVES ST.-Branch office of The Call.
Subscriptions and ads taken.
WINCHESTER House. 44 Third eC, near
Market; 200 rooms. 25c to $1 60 per night:
13 60 to |B per week; convenient and respect-
able: free bus and baggage to and from ferry.
MONEY loaned on watches, diamond*. Jew-
elry: low Interest. Uncle Harris, 15 Grant ay.
FEMALE lIEL.F WASTED.
WAITRESS, south. $20; waitress, country ho-
tel, north, $22 M); waitress. Fresno, $20; 2
waitresses, same country hotel, $20: 4 res-
; taurant waitresses, city. $3; 2 chambermaids
and wilt. $15. C. R. HANSEN & CO.. 108
Geary st.
LADIES to address envelopes, circulars and
write for us nt home. Reply with self-ad-
dressed stamped envelope. Peerless Co., South
Bend, Ind.
10 YOUNG women who live home for light
work, $10 a month and board; call early
Monday. C. R. HANSEN * CO.. in& Geary.
2 EXPERIENCED Ironers for first-class hotel
laundry, south: reduced fare: $25 and found.
C. R. HANSEN & CO.. ICS Geary St.
WOMAN with a child to go to Nevada on
ranch, see party here; cook, private family,
country, $25; lady speaking North German as
companion to lady, country; wom^n and glrla
for housework, country. MI'RRAT &
READY, leading emp lfc'ts.. Ot-tM <'lay St.
GOOD plain cook and general housework in
small family: Prot.-stant preferred; see lady
hen? Monday morning. MISS CIXL.E.V, BB
Suiter Bt.
WANTED— Lady readers to tell us what Is the
longest verse in the UIMe. If you can tell us
In what chapter It Is we will give you a
prize of Hot. If more than one pel sun nn-
■ correctly, we win divido cash squally.
With your answer send 10 cunts for our new
library of 12 complete \» u i<n. a grand prize i n
th«mse]ves. Address K'-ystone Book Co
111! Area st., Philadelphia. Pa.
WAX" ' r.-llahle girl for second work;
small family; suburb. Address box Rt, Call.
NURSES call and register. San Francisco
Nurses' Directory. Bush st.
EXPERIENCED drapery sewers wanted. Ad-
dr.-ss box EM, Call office.
WANTED— Apprentice by Mme. Carolyna Pur-
cell. ]«30 Howard St.
WANTED— Competent girl for general house-
work. German preferred. Address 2126 Brod-
erick st.
FIRST-CLASS finisher on vests; steady work,
gOI •! wages. Ml Mission Bt.
COMPETENT girl: cooking and general house-
vork: small family: references. Apply 9 to
12 a. m. SR. cor Franklin and Gearv sts.
COMPETENT girl: general housework; S
n.i'iltr; JIT.; Monday. 9 to 12; references re-
qulred. v\2 Bcott st.
QERMAN girl or middle-aged woman for light
housework, r.7 Third.
GIRL to assist In housework; not too young- 3
in family: wages US; call after 11 620^ Hayes.
DRESSMAKERS and all Interested In
making call and see our school; learn the
celebrated McDowell system of dresscuttlng
and r»t positions fr.-«>; stylish dressmaking
and millinery thoroughly taught; the Mc-
Dowill is the most successful school went of
Chicago: this la the school that received all
the gold medals nn-1 diplomas; easy pay-
ments; unlimited lessons; patterns cut. 26c
up. The McDowell Dressmaking and Milli-
nery School, 103 Post st.
LOT of uncalled-for shoes from 26c up to fl B.
Ml Mission St.. bet. First and Second.
I LADIES' shoes, solelng, 3£c. men's shoes, sole-
liik. 50c.; all repairing done at half the usual
price. ESI Mission s€. bet. Ist and 2d
WANTED— » pirls. Herman or Swedish, for
Jeneral housework and take care of chll-
ren: references required. Call 1020 Leaven-
worth »t., n^ar WaHhlngton.
WANTED— Lady stenographer who writes a
plain hand; wng.-n |tf a month. Address B.
l: H.. i,,x i 74, Call office.
PED a n-ot girl for general housework
at San Mateo; wages »15. Apply at 30» Sacra-
mento Ft.
WANTED— OId German preferred, general
housework; small family: wages fU- refer-
ences required. SIEVERS. 1401 A Scott st.
EXPERIENCED operators on shirts. THE
BRENNER-ULMAN CO.. 17-19 Battery st.
I DR. WISE, the ladies' specialist. Ill* Market
st ; monthly troubles, etc. One visit sufficient
i THE McDoveU Dressmaking ami Millinery
School Is the beet ptaoa t . l»nrn: M.-<-hanics r
Fair dlplor-.a; patterns ctit 2ic up. 10S Post.
LAWRENCE Dress-Cutting 6chooi,~U)7B Mar-
kev St.; a perfect fit guaranteed wltUout try-
Ids on; call and b« coovlaced.
lIU WANTED— Continued.
WANTED — Experienced operators on men's
fancy flannel and white shirts: also a lim-
ited number to sew on buttons: will also
tako a few inexperienced for instruction.
Standard Khirt Factory, cor. Gough and
Grove sts.
MONEY loaned on watches, diamonds, Jew-
elry: low tnt.-r«^-t. Dads Hnrr:s. 15 Grant ay.
615 LARKIN— Branch office of the Call. Sub^
_scrlptlons aid want ads taken.
MALE HELP WAITED.
HEAD and second cook, country hotel; see
party here Monday morning; UM. C. H.
HANSEN *c CO., IM Geary st.
MARKER ar.rt distributor, country hotel laun-
dry. IM ;in 1 f.iuml; re,lu.-.-.l fare. C. R.
HANSEN .\ CO., 108 Geary st
M TTJBMAKBRS, s and 10c ;i tie; good timber;
board, Jl". a month; tools advanced. C. R.
HANSEN a CO., MS Geary st.
60 ITALIANS to cut 10,000 cords 0f. 4-foot wood
by contract; $1 a cortl; virgin timber: good
SSti tools and advanced. C. R. HAN-
S> N CO., Wt (Jeary st.
' NI'IN.WTAX woodeboppers; new camp;
'■ " ■ ' . tools
■nd grub c. R. HANBKN & CO.
1 ■ear) st.
WANTED Mil .md women to work at home:
I pay ?S to $16 p<>r week for making crayon
jmrtraits: new patent meth.vl: any one who
can read or write can do th ■ w..rk. at home,
in spare time, iiaf or evening: send for par-
ticulars at once. H. A. GRIPP. German Ar-
tist. Tyrone. Pa.
UPPER leather cutter on men's kip work.
Apply Monday morning. D. R. WHNT-
WORTH. West Berkeley.
GOOD union pressman; must be thorough on
platen and cylinder work; quick, careful,
conscientious and reliable. Address, giving
references, etc.. box 580. Call.
WANTED— Tn Kn to HlIo Hawaii; good gen-
eral tinsmith who understands running pipe;
steady work for year: wages $18 week; refer-
ences required. Apply 654 Mission st.
WANTED— Active office b^y. 15 years old;
references H Supreme Court building. 9
o Clock a. m. Monday.
BLACKSMIT I 'or large shop; 2 fires: low
r. -in to gopj n , an . p^n Hn ,i l>evisa<lero sts.
WAITER nml dinner waiter wanted at 425
_ Geary St.; , all '„ a n ,
CANVASSERS, m;i!e and female, for articles
used in every household; can make $2 to $5
daily. Boa 603, cc a !l office.
BRIGHT boy, H I good references;
Monday. ?> a. m. 124 Post st.
WANTED— A mar. competent to instruct and
rintend In the manufacture of knitted
I \ • . Call • •
WANTKD— Party to r,,r< tot .itrl train several
dogs for Alaska. Box 6>L Catt.
FT'R cutter. Carson Glove Co., SB Market st.
lUUiSHT. strong N.y about 16 to learn trade.
Address Boa SM cc n 11.
CIVIL Berne* Government positions; w> ques-
tions and answers free Address HUGHES
PREPARATION, Washington, D. C
WORK at home furnishe.l people Of either sex
at BOOd wnjjes. For full Information address
I-abadie Art Company. Kalamaaoo, Mich.
DISHWASHER wanted. 1192 Oak st.
PARTNER for employment business; expe-
rience unnecessary; small capital required,
llox 610. Call office.
Another lot of men's shoes;
slightly damased; at less than one-
fuirth their valu<-: from 2r.c to $2 30. 562
Mission St., bet. First and Second sis.
SHOEMAKERS to set men's calf appers, II;
r best American, $1 50
BHIRLET, 921 Howar
WANTED- M ir. • Amer-
ican • V.VJ Market St.
RECRUITS wanted for the United States
marine corps, United .States navy; able-
bodied, unmarried men, between the ages of
21 and 30 years, who are citizens of the
United States, or those who have legally de-
clared their Intention to become such; must
be of Rood character and habits and able to
speak, read and write English, and be be-
tween .'■ feet 5 inches and c feet In height.
For further Information apply at the re-
cruitlnK office, 20 Ellis st.. San Francisco. Cal.
WANTED— Doctor for medicine company.
must have diplomas and iwtnre. TVrfte with
full particulars |.. J • « I 'I.IVKR, Grand Cen-
tral I • • kton, Cal.
WANTED-Oood general blacksmith; must
haw «:.«. Box C, Call, l«th nnd Mission Fts.
JAPANKSK Information Bureau: ch-lf-e help
furtiist...i :■ \ room t; 1 my 78S.
MONET loaned on watches, diamonds. Jew-
elry; low lnt--rest. I'm-!.- Harris. 1". Grant ay.
WANTED — An experienced city salesman.
■^nstone Wine Company, 331 Ellis st.
E. SIMON wints 100 men to get r- -tie aeaf
or wine, lc; t»-st frre lunch. 643 Clay »t.
ROSEDAI.K House. Ml Kills— Roome 25c to SI
ni«ht; U to i* week; hot and cold baths.
BAILORS ar. l ordinary aeamen wanted at
LANE'S. s<hi Davis St., near Jackson.
MEN 8 aolelrig. 60c; >adi<*s p , 40o: while you
wait. 63S Market: branch. 767 Market.
BARBERS" Association Free Employment Of-
fice. S. r: lIS. gee 32. Grant aye.
4 MARKET st -Branch office of The Call;
want adu and suhscriotions taken.
416 LARKIN- H ranch office of The Call; want
ads and wulsc: lpttons taken.
SINGLE rooma 10c and 15c night. 76c and SI
week. Llndeli House. Sixth and Howard.
MEN to learr I irbet trade In eight weeks. S.
F. Barber College. 138 u Eighth.
ELCHO House. s<av» Market Ft -Rooms tOc.
26c to & X- DlKht: SI tn S2 week.
ROOMS. 16c to 7f.c per night: 60c to »1 60 per
week Oriental. 255 Prumm st.
WANTED— At Montana Booea, 764>* Mission;
men to take rooms; 10c. 15c and 2So per
night; 60c. Sue and SI per week.
WANTED, to collect wages due laborers and
clerks. KNOX Collection Agency. 110 Sutter.
TRY Acme H ,use. 957 Market St.. below Sixth,
for a room: Sic a night: SI a week.
WANTED— I^i borers and mechanics to know
that Ed Rolkln. Reno House proprietor, still
runs Denver House. 217 Third St.; ISO largt
rooms; ?Cc per night: SI to $3 per week.
WINCHESTER House. 44 Third St.. near
Market: M rooms. 25c a night: reading-room:
free 'bus and hßtrgnce to and from th« f»rrr
AUEHTI WAMTBO.
MORE territory left for Perfection Burner:
consumes kerospne: $8 to $12 day: company
manufacturing sold 658 dozen one day. Paci-
fic Supply Company, room S2. Flood Building.
AGKNTS WANTED Mci w al borne:
salary or <•. n:rriissi.in guaranteed: Ju-t out:
write o'H.-k for Information: N-trin work at
once. Mutual Mfg., 12*> Chambers st . N. T.
WANTED AgenU of either •%» at rooa
Clam I ultdlne. ( it\-. to start out In
t'mn on h k . i -oposltlon
PARTNKHS WASTED.
PARTNER with 88.4 M ensh: manufacturing
Klondike . rr u t ,ar>su!e: orders on
hand for I.', XiO capsules 989 Howard. DR.
CON PORT
FlHMTlhi: WA.TED.
HIGHEST prices to fill new building. 840 Mis-
sion ct. : tel. Mint 1«1.
INDIANA Auction Co. Removed to 19 Mont-
gomery st. : highest prices paid Tel. DaviH 71.
ROOMS AVAVI'ED.
WANTED— 3 furnished hooaekeeplag rooms; 8
Mocka of ''iill hiiii.iing. Box M*i Call office.
WANTED— A family ■■• two desires S sunny
unfurnished rooms for housekeeping in pri-
vate family in Western Addition; reasonable
rent: will be permanent; write particulars.
Address T., Ikix r.S3. Call office.
UOAKDI.NO "WANTED.
YOUNO lady wishes room and board: state
terms. Address Ikix 5S. r .. Call office.
HOUSES WANTED.
WHY lose money by having your houses, stores
or flats vacant, when they ian be quickly
ranted by HENDERSON REALTY CO. (pub-
Hsherß of Weekly Real Estate Register) ?
Give us a trial. Satisfaction guaranteed.
HENDERSON REALTY C0..405C McAllister.
— wa>tk»-mim::i.la>k<)i r.
WE buy all klnds^f"^ond-riand~?oors7Ttoves.
etc JAMES -i if in. 1123 Market st. .
SECOND-HAND clothing, dresses, sealskins.
wanted; best prices; send postal. 1020 Folsom.
ON furniture, pianos: no removal: lowest rates;
no com. SCRIBNER & CO.. 7, City Hall Sqre.
MACHINERY, belting, pipe, scale? tools, etc..
bought and wold. J. Livingston. 204 Mission.
PAWNBROKER— OId gold, stiver, ca*t-oft
clothing bought. Add. COLEMAN. 41 Third.
KIHMMHi: FOII SALE.
THE furnitura complete of a mom cottage
set res for housekeeping; also several well.-
bred Japanene pug dogs; everything goes at
a bargain to a cash buyer; premises to let.
Inquire at 448 Bryant st.
539 - HATES Branch ' office of 'a a* CaUL
' SubscrlpUoßs and ads taken.
PEIISOSALS.
MAN of 60. with some means, wishes a wife
similarly situated. Address W., box 1, Call
Office, Oakland.
LADIES— My monthly regulator never falls;
trial box. 10 cents. MRS. B. ROWAN, Mil-
waukee, Wig.
HENRY— Please call at~~bakery corner La-
guna st.
DR. CON DORY'S
Klondike condensed -food capsules. Price.
100 capsules $10, 1000 capsules $90. Address
DR. V. CONDORY.
SS9 Howard St.
ONLY the best of expert artista employed here;
fine work for Be; food switches, $1; finest,
best quality, $3 50; extra heavy. Ions;, $5:
open Sundays from 9 tv 12 a. m. Q. LKDE-
RKR. in Stockton st.
FRENCHcooklng lessons: MRS. M. ERIKSON.
714 Leaven worth; W. 1.. 3-5; dat., 3-5; Tu., 8-10
QUTNONIA hair tonic; a preparation unsur-
_passf-.i; Be •; LEDBRER, ill Stockton st.
RAO carpets wove to order and for sale: also
chenille- wove rugs, silk portieres; dealer in
carpet twine. In hank or chain, at lowest
rates. OEO. MATTHEW, TO Fifth. Oakland
FIRST-CLABB buatnem heap. West
'■.■ast Publishing Co., 14 McAllister, room 20.
NKW ni"th:><!: massage and electric treatments
for nervousness, general debility, etc.; h'.urs
■ 0. MRS. JOHNSON, SI4H Os*ry st.
ALASKA We weh to Inform Intending Klnn-
dlkers that we have the larnewt an i
criii-lete Ftock of Arctic fur clothing and na-
tive boots, ma.le by the BsuuUnaujc ot the
Arctic f'lrr-le. STABENS & FRIEDMAN, 257-
_J69^Paciflc st.
ADVICE free; divorce lawß specialty: private;
no fee without success; collections. O. W.
HOWE, att-at-law. 850 Market, cor Stockton.
PROF. J. OREVEN will introduce three more
talent to the public in their own conoert at
T. M C. A. Hall, on January 26. IS9S. Miss
M. De Chent, dramatic soprano; Miss 1,
Brown, mezzo soprano, and MR. M. AL-
BERT. high lyric tenor.
MISS ANDERSON, graduate. Swedish nurse;
baths; g»-u;ne masvage; bwr-dish move.Tient;
ladleg. gents. 906 Market, room 25. 2d floor.
BADGES, photo, and badge buttons, made in
Sati Francisco at Eastern prices. WALTER
N BP.I'NT. 535 Clay st.. S. F.
BIG outdoor stereoptlcon show every night
cor. Market and Sixth; artistic advertise-
ments In living light: promoters of business.
Consult OWL ADV. CO . 114) Market st.
ELECTRIC lights In every room; Winchester
House. 44 Third st.. nr. Market: M 0 rooms.
l?c to $1 CO per nicht: $1 50 to $6 per week;
free bus and baggage to and from the ferry.
114— Suit to order- samples: try one. NEU-
HAtS *CO tailors. 115 Ke*rny St.
CLOAKS and tailor-made suits retailed at
wholesale figures. 20 Sansome st.
BRANCH office of The Call. Ifi7 Ninth St.—
wart ads and subscriptions taken.
SUPERFLUOUS hairs removed by electrolysis.
MHK. DR. WELCH. 2115 Rush
SUIT to order on easy Installments. L.
T.FMOS. 1117 Market rtr. bet 7th »nd *th.
DRESSMAKERS.
MME. GOLDSTEIN— EIegant, stylish dresses.
t: up: dresses made over. « Eddy Kt.. rm. S*.
CLAIRVOYANTS.
MRS. I>R. F. CLARK, the distinguished
trance clairvoyant and medium: while en-
tranced she will reveal every hidden mystery
in life; fh- will show jroo how to overcome
enemies, remove family troubles, restore
affections; unites the separated, recOT-
lost, pti>lrn or burled property; locates
treasures, Tn:n*»rals: tells y< v:r entire life,
nt and fut\ir»-. while in a perfect
tranw. Hours 10 a m. x ■< .'■ p, m. : perfect
satisfaction guaranteed by mail S«>nd statnu
rcular with special terms. MRS. DR. F
IRK, rms. 2f, & 26. UN Market, opp. Sth.
MME. PORTER, wonderful clairvoyant card-
reader. b-,rn double veil and second sight;
diagnosis disease, full life reading; la.. 50c:
gents $1 ; palm. A clalrv. ; sit. $1 50. 12« Turk.
REMOVED Mmc T-enerr.ar tells fortunes by
planets; prd'M "74" steamer on island. BU
Sixth, r'.'in 6.
JUST arrive,; from New York City, medium
and card-reader: present, past, future. 765
<-t st.. r.">m 2.
ARRIVED MME DAVIS, remarkable clalr-
■t. card-reader, test medium; fee 23c.
Farretl st.
MTPS PEARL lIARRISox; card-reader and
nirignrtlc I Oesury, paflw 2 and ?..
Mis- MELVINA Sl.at: Mk bostness
matters: satisfaction guaranteed. 797 Mission.
MME SODAN. Scotch seeresn. card-reader and
T'almlst. 619 Eddy. 9 to R P. M.
RAY FAlR— Card reader: magnetic healing a
specialty. 223 Post st.. room 2.
MISfl EDNA V GRANT, mind reader and
I'almlst. 131 Taylor St., room 3.
MIS? MTRANDA. mind reader, electro mag-
netic treatment*. !12C Market st.. room ?.l.
MMX WOODS! mind reader, card reader, mag-
netic charms. 207 Post st., room S.
MME MOREAU, test medium, clairvoyant,
card rea.'.er: 2Sc up. 73 Fourth St.. upstairs.
DR. ALICE FAY. medium and genuine mag-
netic healer. 12s Bewntli st.. second floor.
SATISFACTION o r no pay. irn Mission, above
Eighth, front parlor. Face cream free.
[ME MABEL HALL, card reader, has located
nt 1104 Mission st., room 10."
MISS LOLA M. STEVENS, card-reading and
magnetic treatment. 22." Mason, suite 1-2.
MM I AMIE. medium, card reader and mag-
netic healer; charms. 122 Pod st., room 10
MME. ZINELLA. the business medium and
astrologer. Room 12. 110 fJrnnt aye.
MMF. LINDEN, retained card reader and mag-
netist; charms. 12S Fourth, room 23.
MRS. MANDENA. medium and palmist: read-
ings tie this week: satisfaction gar'td. 26 6th.
MISS MELVILLE, great clairvoyant and
water reader. 92iu Mission *?.. opp. Mint.
MME. RAVENA reads life fluently: business
advice- names given: 250 up. S Fourth st.
MME. HANSEN, palmist, card-writer; past.
pr. sent and f-iture. Be. 14S Sixth, room 5.
MRS SHAFFER, test and business medium;
slttlnps dally. 123-;.. Sixth Ft., room 14.
MRS. DR. ANNA THOMAS— First In her pn>-
'^«i"n: never fulls: advice: help. 929 Post.
SriIKTIALISM.
A. M. FRANCIS. Independent slate-writer; de-
veloping circle Wednesday eve. lIS Haight st.
MME. MAYO STEERS. 112H Oak; circles
Tues. 8 P.M.. Thurs. 2 P.M.; 25c; readings 11.
MRS. HOBKINS. spiritual medium: circle
Tues., I p. m . 25c; readings. $L 214 Franklin.
MRS. J. J. WHITNEY, spiritual medium, for
mnurai ami advice 218 Stockton «t.
CARPET CLEAMSO.
CITY Steam Carpet-Cleaning Works; cleans,
moves, lays carpets. G. H. STEVENS. Mgr..
Si 1 and 40 Eighth St.; telephone South 250.
WHEN you become disgusted with poor work
send to SPAULDING'S Pioneer Carpet-
beating Works. 353-57 Tehama st. ; tel. So. 40.
GREAT Eastern Steam Carpet-Cleaning
Works. 14 Sth St.. B. GRANT. Tel. Jessie Ml.
CARPETS cleaned, renovated like new. J.
M QUEEN. 453 Stevenson; tel. S. 225.
ADVANCE Carpet-cleaning Co.. 420 Butter
tel. Main. 394. GEO. WALCOM. prop.
CLEANING, 3c: laying. 3c; rug samples free;
tel Jessie 944. Stratton. 3 Eighth.
CARPETS cleaned and renovated like new
23 Tenth: tel. South 36. Mackintosh * Co.
J. E. MITCHELL. Carpet-cleaning Co., 240 14th i
st.: Cleaning He a yard; tel. Mis. 74.
CONKLIN'S carpet-beating works. 333 Golden
Gate aye. Telephone East 126.
TEAS.
TEAS.
20, 25, 30. 3.". 40. 50 per pound.
COFFEES.
10. 15, 20. 25. 35, 40 per pound.
SPICES.
10. 15. 20. 25. 40 per can
RUNNING 100 STORES ENABLES US TO
SELL VERY CHEAP. TO
WE GIVE FREE
PRETTY DISHES.
GOLD WATCHES,
BICYCLES.
MUSIC BOXES.
AIR RIFLES.
GREAT AMERICAN IMPORTING TEA CO
Stores Everywhere.
storage::
AT low ,™ — Furniture, carpets, pianos"
household goods; clean, light compartments;
advances made. J. NOON AN, 1017 to 1053
Mission st.. above Sixth; open evenings.
AT lowest rates— Household goods, pianos; ad-
vances made; fireproof building F W
ZEHFUBS. «1» Mission sU Tel. Mint 1523.
MUSICAL INSTHL -WESTS.
ANY person having use for a piano need not
do without when good instruments can be
purchased from us at cash prices upon
monthly payments of $3, $4, $5. $6, *;, X iv.
$10; handsome scarf and wood beat stool in-
cluded ;tio charge for cartage. Pureahse your
medium and low price pianos where they can
be exchanged for a Steinway without sacri-
fice. SHEKMAN. CLAY & CO.. Steinway
Dealers, cor. Kearny and Sutter sts.
ABSOLUTELY the oldest and largest house
west of Chicago is KOHLER & CHASE'S,
26. 2S and 30 O'Farrell st. Pianos, organs
and all other musical instruments of all
grades and prices. Terms easy; prices low-
est. Everything possible done to please and
satisfy the customer.
L'l.'i'i 'RE buying a piano It will pay you to
consult us. Why? L'ecause we buy only in
carlo::d lots, pay cpsh for everything and
give the purchaser the advantage gained
thereby. BENJ. CURTAZ & SOX, 16 to 20
O'Farrell st.. Curtaz block.
CONOVER, slightly used, $3."0.
Steinway, slightly used. Jl'T".
Chickerlng, second hnnd, $190.
Large stock, lowest prices, rent. Installment
The F. W. PPENOER CO., 033 Market st.
PIANOS at cut prices; Improve the opportu-
nity; agency famous Hain^ Bros., Hush *
Gerts and Bollerman. \VM C. HAMILTON,
successor to A. I. Ban< r >ft & Co., 321 Post.
FOR sale Kroegcr upright piano; 7-; octave:
slightly used; guaranteed for 3V4 years: no
inable offer refused. 2574 Twenty-second.
KEEFFE'S. lf!21 Van Ness aye., 3 fine up-
rifrhts. little used, sacrificed; Schubert.
Sf>inway and Decker Bros.
DECKER .V.- Si>X pianos are always satisfac-
tory. G»t low prices from Mauvals Music
Co.. 763 Market st.
SOHMER&Co., Byron Mauiy, Ncwby, Evans,
Brlggs and other pianos; see our rent plan;
no interest first year. 30S, 310. 312 Post.
ADMINISTRATOR'S sale— Must sell pianos at
Immense reduction for ca?h or on Install-
ments. EATON ESTATE, 735 Market st.
A fine piano sacrificed for cash; see it this
morning, as the first caller will surely take
It Room 12 Flood building.
SMALLEST ad. lowest price. Heine. 136 Ellis.
A— sso: fire large upright: sacrificed for cash.
1361 Folsom St.. corner Tenth.
*40 piano; splendid instrument; great sacri-
fice. llSli, Mission st.
BARGAIN- Nice upright cheap. SCHMITZ. 18
McAllister St.. near Hibernia Bank.
HORNTTNG'S new style pianos; most perfect,
brilliant, powerful ton<\ 21fi Post st.
KINGSBURT (1R97 model) is the piano you
want. J. HARRY PCOTT. 526 Hayes st.
SUPERIOR violins, zithers, old and new. H.
MT'LI.ER. maker, repairer. 2 Latham place.
KNABE pianos; new scale: new styles.
KOHLER A- CHASE. 30 O'Farrell st.
EDUCATIONAL.
HE ALP'S Business College, 24 Post. Book-
keeping, business practice, shorthand, typ-
ing, telegraphy, languages, English branch-
es; electrical, civil & mining engineering, pur-
veying, assaying, navigation, etc. ; 20 teach-
ers day and eve. sessions; catalogue mailed.
ATRES' Business College. 325 Montgomery St.;
Individual instruction In shorthand, typing,
bookkeeping, telegraphy, etc. ; life scholar-
ship, $,"0; low rates per week and month.
ENGINEERING school; civil, electrical, min-
ing. me<-h -iiiy, archit. ; day & eve.;
est. l'« 4. VAN HER NAILLEN, $33 Market.
ACCOMPLISHED English woman offers to
teach French and music In exchange for a
home with a family; highest references. 1206
Polk st.
BOOKKEEPING and rapid calculations; a
course In Tarr's counting room makes you
thorough. Room 572. S", Market st.
LADY teaches piano, mandolin. 50c an hour;
excellent pianist and accompanist for enter-
tainments and vocalists. 1209 Octavia st.
YOUNG man desires to study KngHsh pri-
vately or in class; state terms. Address box
560. Call office.
BPAIfISH. dally lessons. $3 per month: 4 to 9
p. m. T. M. C. A. building, room 10.
PIANO taught in 6 months: new. quick method-
s 2 H month. 71.7 1 . .x EM, Call office.
FLUTE, mandolin, guitar lessons; club $1
monthly. PROF. OASTALDI. 710 Lombard.
BOOKKEEPING, arithmetic, writing, gram-
mar: day. night: $5 nn. i r,n4 Market, op. Sth.
INDIVIDUAL Instruction, shorthand ar.d type-
writing; terms reasonable. 10UA Post St.
SAN FRANCISCO Business Coiieee. 1236 Mar-
ket st : 124 positions in *9*i: 103 in '97.
LTJDLT7M School of Elocution and Dramatic
Art. P2S Slitter St.
PROF. M. KOLANDER. teacher mandolin,
guitar and banjo. 935 Market st., off Mason.
VOICE culture, piano Paris graduate: French.
Spß.nl Fh: new classes: $2 mo. 108 Taylor st.
MTSS GAMBLE'S dancing school: adultß' class
Saturdays 8 P. M. 317 Devlsadero st.
FISK teachers' agencies in 10 cities: teachers
wanted now, 420 Parrott building.
OT'ITAR. mandolin, piano and vocal lessons;
J3 month. Mnrv Westhaus. 39 Fl'th pt.
MEDICAL.
ALL monthly irregularities or other conditions
from whatever cause restored at once; safe
ard surp »t any time; kind sympathy and
aid: instant relief for travelers: tumors re-
moved by electricity: home in confinement:
best earn and privacy: for guaranteed relief
consult the doctor before going elsewhere;
reflating pills and capsules. Jl. MRS. DR.
W VETH. 91S Post St.. near Larkin.
ALL of Dr Poulefs capsules are guaranteed
absolute cure for all female diseases: posi-
tively safe and sure; no danger or after ef-
fects: taken In time it also acts as a pre-
ventive; price jl 50 per box. sent free by
mail on receipt of price: consultation on all
ppecisi diseases free. WALLER TIROS.. 33
Grant aye . S. F. A caution — Before pur-
chasing elsewhere, write us.
A PROCESS that never falls to restore every
case of monthly sickness from whatever
cause In few hours when medicines and others
hay™ flatted; no instruments used: many
years" experience: every case guaranteed; ad-
vice free: terms reasonable: flrst-ckiss pri-
vate home for confinement. MRS. DR.
DALEY. 112« Market St.. over Owl Drugstore.
SI RE cure, wkfll others fail: no medicine or
instruments; every woman her own physi-
cian for all female troubles, no matter from
what catMf: restore In 1 day: never fails: con-
sultation free: en n be sent and used at home.
DR. POPPER. "IS Kenrny. Orders by tele.
A LOON to wlv* and mothers— Pegyro; prlc*
Jl 50. RICHARDS & CO.. 4f»6 Clay st. : send
le stamp for particulars to Seguro Manu-
facturing C,^.. r.SI X st.. Sacramento. Cal.
DRS. GOODWIN, diseases of women; ladles;
safe, quick cure guaranteed: any ailment;
maternity home: best care; skill only; low
fees: Dr. Schuck's self-euro, jr.. 401 Van Ness.
ALPE.'.fs French pills, a boon to ladies with
♦er.i.-i •» tr->.l'es; no danger: safe, .ur- IS SO;
sxprew C. O. D. ; don't delay until f» late'
OSCOOD BROS., Coast Appn^. Oakland Cal
LADIES. Chlchestftr's English Pennyroyal Pills
(Diamond Brand) best; safe, reliable; take
no other: send 4c. stamps, for particulars
"Relief for Ladles," letter by return mail- at
druggists. Chichester Chemical Co Phlla'
REMOVED— Mrs. Dr. S ■ aryst now
lioi Market: ft male complaints and diseases
of the eye permanently cur»d or no charge-
treatment by mall; inclose stamp
LADIES— Why suffer? Get released from
trouble; Irregularities restored without fail-
low fees: specific female pills, $1 so dr'
SMITH, 1508 Market St.; Ito 4? : 7 to Bp. m
DRS K. & K. cure chronic, nervous, blood
skin or private distaste, B Mason st.. S. F.
I^ x^ r %'s lei^';I e i^' ; ***»>*• safe -">-
STERILITY rutel by Mr-. Dr. Sattler gradu
ate midwife. ITJ9 I-owell st. : t -I. red *™
PARIS MATERNITY. 609 Bust St.: confine^
ment at home, 10_days, $20. Tel. Green 581
H HA LTHY child for adoptl-m vrs ttr"
_FX:XKFT. 1411? Eighth st Alameila
HORSES.
BUGGIES, wagons, horses, carts bought, soid
or exchanged : cheap storage: 40 horses- must
fell. T. P. NEWELL. 1801 Mission cor. ?4th:
40 HORSES for sale; also wagons, buggies,
£ at3-,0-ha t3 -,o- h^ r 'f? 8 = Grand Arcade Horse Mar-
ket, .--27 Sixth st., auction sales every Wed-
nesday. SULLIVAN & DOYLE. Auctioneers.
50 " KAr> , of . horses suitable for any business
Old Turk street Car Stable. 1301 Turk st.
4 MARKET st. — Branch office of The vail-
want :iils nnd subscriptions taken
WAGOIta AXD CARRIAGES.
NO-HAND grocery," bakery delivery
OS, 2-wheeled carts, road wagons Luk-
gics and harness bargains for cash. Fifteenth
and \ alencla sts.
TOT buggy, new grocery, business buggy and
good 3-spring delivery wagon. 1161 Howard.
FINE laundry, baker's and milk wagons cheap
for cash <,r installments: 1 fine top and open
I'UCicy: nls > 1 hark. tH Harris. »n st.
1«7 NINTH st— Branch office of Th« Call;
"')ns.-rliitl>ns anil want n.'- tnkon
SEWING MACHINES.
$2 MONTHLY; rented, repaired, bought, sold-
machine supplies. 145 Sixth st.
ALL kinds bought, sold, exchanged, rented;
repairing; lowest rates. 206 Fourth et.
BUSINESS CHANCES.
$12W^\VOOD. coal, feed store; good bargain.
$700— Saloon, best location in city.
$1700— Cor. grocery and bar: Western Addition.
$350— Coal oil route: well established.
$125— Bakery and delicacy store; a bargain;
and other good bargains at
ANDERSON Jt WINN. 777_ Market^ st^_
$250— oUd-ESTA BLIS HED taiior shop; clears
$125 month; will take lot. DECKER, 1020
Market st.
HOTEL for pale, in a thriving town, within
one hour's Journey of the city; containing 50
rooms bath etc. : modern brick building on
low lease; new furniture for sale: low price;
easy terms; good paying trade: bar about $20
per day. Apply to EASTON. ELDKIDGE &
CO., 63S Market St.
PAHTNER wanted for general merchandise
and auction business in a prosperous mining
community; big returns already proven, war-
ranting Increase of capital. Call or address
room 2. Crocker building-.
NEWSPAPER and Job printing establishment
for 6ale; established 14 years: fine cylinder
press. Jobber; gas power and plenty of ma-
terial. Address P. O. box 327. Los GatOß. ' al.
SEVEN acre fruit ranch for rent: stock and
improvements for sale; everything complete
for poultry raising. Peralta aye., end of
Hopkir..-: st.. Diamond, FruitvaJe.
VALUABLE patent for sale or exchange; in
us.- an.! Indorsed by V. 8. Government and
o'hers; little money required to run it. Ad-
dress box 592, Call office.
PATENTS.
SMITH & OKBORV, Registered Patent
Agents, established 1562. 319 Pine St., San
Francisco.
OLD established stationery, notion and book-
store; good living for small investment. Call
or address H. 1503 Park St., Alameda.
GOOD-PAYINQ. $45 per day. restaurant In the
best business part of San Francisco, for sale;
reasonable. C. 8., box 697, Call office.
FOR SALE— Good paying bakery in one of the
bpst locations In this city. Inquire at M.
GETZ & CO., 561 Mission.
WANTED— An Al tenant to lease a flrst-claas
hotel, centrally located; furniture for sale.
Box 689, Call office.
BOOK, stationery and cigar store. $2"0 less
than invoice. Address W., Branch Call of-
fice. 615 Larkin St.
CANDY-STORE: Market St.; receipts $300 per
month; offer wanted. DECKER, 1020 Market.
WOOD and coal yard for sale cheap: must ba
Bold by February 1. Address box 605, Call.
HALF interest in hand laundry, situated in
country town. Address box 587. Call office.
$550 BT'YS the best equipped and paying res-
taurant In city; no trifters. 402V4 Geary St.
AT a sacrifice — Best saloon location, business
and stock; call and see. 441 Bush St.
RESTAURANT for sale at your own prloe if
sold this week. 43 Third St.
WANT a buyer for passenger and freight ves-
sel. 908 Broadway, Oakland.
$60— GOOD branch bakery and laundry, furni-
ture included, oil Laguna st.
>RUGSTORE doing a good business; sick-
ness cause of sale. E. E. BUNCE, SOS
Broadway. Oakland.
$400— CARPENTER shop and shooting gallery;
bargain. CURRAN. & CO.. 30 Kearny st.
VLOON; half price; going to Klondike.
CURRAN A CO., 30 Kearny st.
ELEGANTLY fitted saloon, southwest corner
Twenty-first and Valencia sts. : a bargain to
a qui,-k cash buyer. Inquire of McDONALD,
25 Davis St., between S and 10 a. m.
GOODWILL of old-established furniture busi-
ness and a well-selected stock for sale cheap.
Inquire room 416, Safe Deposit building.
FOR sale— Whole or part Interest in profitable
business. Box 572, Call office.
; : nglishmnn with above sum wants to
Join another with same amount to start some
kind business at Dyea or Skaguay. PAYNE,
box 565. this office.
PI- AY the races on our new system: $60 a week
on $100 capital: no charges uniess successful.
Call or write the American Turf Bureau,
rooms 5 and 6, 810 Market St., S. F.
FATING office business to be sold at half In-
ventory; owner g'.ing away. Union Manu-
facturing Company, 1020 Market st.. robin 1.
WANTED— Partner with $300 cash: pood busi-
ness; must be willing to go to Chicago: Inves-
tigate. ROBERT BENJAMIN, 111 Ellis, city.
FOR sale— First-class country merchant tailor-
ing establishment: good bargain for a cash
buyer. Apply REIPS BROS., 24 Sutter st
FOR SALE— Stationery and book store; fine
location: good bargain. N. A., box 11, Call
office. Oakland.
WANTED— Goodwill of country saloon ; state
price: no agents. Box Ml. Call office.
$3 ! >0 — CIGAR and news stand in railroad sta-
tion. S.. box 10, Call office, Oakland.
Restanrant; good business; trial given.
233 Sixth st
WANTED— Capable lady mannger; some cap-
ital; rare chance. MHS. A., box ?37, Call.
$1100— BAKERY and confectionery in the best
part of city; store trade daily $19 to 3C2;
Sundays $3.". to (40; outside trade 9 to 11;
without wagon route. Apply Call Office.
GENTLKMAN partner, commission business
in the country. 1015 Market, rm, 17, 2d floor.
PARTNER— Stock in hand invoices over $30,000;
trade big: too large for one. to handle; man
more than cash wanted. Box 543. Call office.
FOR sale — Flower store, doing fine business;
good reason for selling; established 4 years;
low rent. For further particulars address
box 521. Call office.
DOWNTOWN notion-store, located in the
heart of the traffic, with a good stock and
long lease at low rent; price $5000; principals
only; good reason for selling. 1314 Call.
CHEAPEST and best in America— The Week./
Call, sent to any address in th« United
States or Canada one year for $1 50. Dostags
free.
A WEEK'S news for 5 cents— The Weekly
Call. In wrapper, for mailing.
?SS« MlSSlON— Subscriptions and want ads
taken for The Call.
MONET loaned on watches, diamonds jew-
elry: tow interest. T'ncle Harris, 15 Grant ay.
PORTLAND agency this paper. Inquire this
or at 133 Third st.. Portland, Oregon.
COFFEE and tea routes supplied from GEO
W. CASWELL & CO.'S. 415 Sacramento st
ORE to let. cor. Oak and^Franklln; suit-
ablfl for any business. 15 Grant aye.
ICECREAM parlor and candy-store; account
of death: bargain. P34 Valencia.
557 MONTQOMERT. cor. Clay— Open until 9-80
o'clock; branch office of The Call. Subscrip-
tions and want ads taken.
ALA'KA ENTERPRISES.
DETERMINED men wanted for Alaska gold
fields— A company of 25 able-bodied, good and
responsible men. Including the captain, is
formed to go to a certain location in Alaska,
where gold Is known to exist !n abundance.
The party to consist chiefly of mechanics,
blacksmiths and carpenters and one engineer
for the steam launch. A deposit of $500 is
required.
This deposit includes a two-years' supply
of provisions, all mining tools required, an
equal share in the vessel and steam launch
and an equal share in the mining returns.
The above deposit will defray all expenses
for two years, excepting clothing, whkh will
have to be furnished by each individual. For
further particulars apply to
8180, NEWMAN A IKENT.ERG.
Cor. Polk and California sts.
ALASKA Caisson Mining and Trading
pany; office No. 37 Crocker building, S. F. —
The company proposes river mining for gold
In Yukon River by means of a superior in-
vention, to establish sawmills and machine
shops and work with great profit in other ill-
rectlons. Call t r write; full particulars.
Shares. *in.
LODGING HOlVtfS FOR SAI-E.
I 100- ROOM house: hne corner $7000
17-room house on r.>st st jgn<)
24-mom house near Call office , =,iO
M rooms, line corner " -jfj/y)
6 rooms, new flat, corner .'." 400
| 39 rooms, corner, the very best „". "000
I 14 rooms, on O'Farrell St., only ' 6">o
m hotel, only " ,-o,^
11 rooms, on Market, part offices.'. ..'..'."'" ggg
ISO-room house, must sell -' -^
14 roomr, on Golden Gate aye., rent $46" " cr,i)
12 rooms, central, good furniture "50
H. C. DECKER, 1020 Market St., opp. Fifth
WINSTON A CO
j No. M€ MARKET STREET
i RELIABLE BROKERS.
15 rooms. $400 cash, balance payments jsno
:21 r.>.,!ns, rent $6. r >; elegant: bargain foO
7.2 rooms, must be sold; sickness 71)0
a rooms, near Market st. : bargain 425
;s rooms, rent $;.<>: house full rao
32 rooms, corner, oniy "' 9^
F«>R sale— LoJgi'.ig-house. 21 rooms, on Larkln
Ft., near City Hall; rent $60; free water- will
be fold this week at half, value. Inquire 127
First st. H "'
FOR sale-Lodging and boarding house- pav-
ing well; best location; low rent; 43 rooms-
good furniture; price $4000; $2500 cash $1500 In
ur. Inquire of MR. a. S. honel 3'o
Sutter st.: no agents.
32 .» ? ms ~ Market st : nicely furnished; rent
CM per room: clears $500 per month: one-
nnir casn: balance 1 per cent w vr ttt
BOM. 13« Market st. M ' EL "
FOR sal^— Furniture. 21 rooms: transient- sac-
rifice; cash; sickness. » Stockton st. ?
M h«"^t:ir, C 7l COrner Eighth-Newliy~furnishe<l
bay window room; $1 a week. t
FOR SALE— Coso Lodging-house. 411 San-

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