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HELP WANTED- Continued. 1
WANTED— American butter maker, no milk- (
Ing. $33 and found; 2 miners, $3 per day; 3
coal miners, by ton; oil salesman; school
furniture salesman on mission. Apply to
J. F. CROSETT & CO., 623 Sacramento street. |
WANTED— Manager for subscription depart-
ment or publishing use; $75 to $150 per
month. Apply to J. F. CROSETT & CO., 62S
■ Sacramento street.
HEAD and second cook, country hotel; see
party here Monday moral] $100. C. R.
2 HAXSEN & CO 10S Geary st.
MARKER and distributor, country hotel laun-
dry, $30 and found : reduced fare. C. R.
HANskx & CO., 108 Geary St.
50 TIEMAKERS, S and l<^c a tie; good timber;
board. $15 a month: tools advanced. C. R.
HANSEN & CO., 10S Geary st.
10 ITALIANS to cut 10.000 cords 0f. 4-foot wood
by contract; $1 a cord; virgin timber; good
size; tools and grub advanced. C. R. HAN- ,
SEN & CO., ICB Geary st. j
30 SCANDINAVIAN wondchoppers; new camp;
BCOrt cords of pine and cedar cordwood; tools
and erub advanced. C. R. HANSEN & CO.,
108 Geary st.
MAN in business house as porter; understands
taking care two horses, wagon; married;
German-speaking preferred; no other. An-
swer Box 619, Call.
SAUSAGE maker. $12 a week. MARTIN &
CO.. 749 Market st.
SECOND butler] &>■ MISS CULLEN, 325
Sutter St. " ' ' _
BOY about 19 or -* years old as second butler,
$15. MISS CCLLEN. 325 Suttcr st.
BARBERS— Send one dollar to lock box 436.
Ukl.ih ("ill., and get by express, prepaid, a
' bottle of rapid honing fluid: it hones a razor
in a quarter of a minute: enough fluid to last
barber a year; money refunded if not satis-
FOR Yukon River; captain and engineer wants
position to run steamer on the Yukon. Ad-
dres« box Gl5. Call office.
WANTED— A tirst-class apprentice. Tailor
shop. 22471? Mission St.
WAITER wanted at COFFEE JOHN'S. 626
WANTED— Dishwasher it 1501 Kentucky st., ■
Pqtrero; Keidy's Hotel.
RECRUITS wanted for the United States i
marine corps. United States navy: able- '
bodied, unmarried men, between the ages of j
21 and 3'i years, who are citizens" of , the ;
United States, or those who have legally de- |
clared their intention to become such; must
be of pool character and habits and able to
speak, read and write English, and be be-
tween 5 feet 5 inches and 6 feet In height, i
For further information apply at the re-
cruiting office, 20 Ellis st., San Francirco. Cal I
GOOD union pressman; must be thorough on j
■ platen and cylinder work; quick, careful, i
conscientious and reliable. Address, giving i
experience, references, etc., box SSO, 'all.
WANTED— To go to Ililo, Hawaii: good gen- I
eral tinsmith who understands running pipe;
Fteady work for year; wages SIS week; refer-
' ences required. Apply 554 Mission St. J
WANTED— Active office boy. 15 years old: ,
references. i'l Supreme Court building, 9 I
o'clock a. m. Monday.
2000 PAIRS shoes— Another lot of men's shoes:
been slightly damaged; at less than one- j
fourth their value; from 2.1e to $2 50. 502
Mission st.. bet. First and Second sts.
SHOEMAKERS to ret men's cnlf uppers. SI; i
.tarn- price to order: best American. $1 £0 ;
SHIRLEY, 921 Howard st.
WANTED— Man to learn barber tsade, Amer- i
lean or Irish, at 1542 Market st. j
WANTED — Doctor for medicine company; .
must have diplomas and lecture. Write with |
full r»rticu;;irs to J. O. OLIVER. Grand Cen- |
tral Hotel. Stockton, Cal.
JAPANESE Information Bureau; choice help
furnished. P Powell St.. room 2: tel. Clay 783. ;
WANTED— An experienced city salesman, j
Brownstone Wine Company, 331 Ellis st.
E. SIMON wants 100 men to get bottle beer j
• or wine. sc; best free lunch. 643 Clay st.
ROSEDALE House. 321 Ellis— Roome 25c to* $1 ;
night: $1 to $4 week: hot and cold baths.
BAILORS and I nary seamen wanted at '
LANE'S. 504 Davis st.. near Jackson.
MEN solelnp. 50c; !adt=B\ 40c: while you i
wait. 63S Market; branch. 7C7 Market. I
BARBERS' Association ¥ ■■■ Employment Of- i
flee. S. FUCHS, Sec. 325 Grant aye. I
4 MARKET Ft.-Branch office of The Call; j
want ads and subscriDtions taken.
(IS LARKlN— Branch office of The Call, wan: |
ads and subscriptions taken.
SINGLE rooms 10c and 15c night. 75c and $1 ;
week. Llndell House. Sixth and Howard.
MEN to learn barber trade in eight weeks. S. j
F. Barber College. ISS' Eighth.
ELCHO Iluuse, 803*4 Market St.— Rooms 20c.. I
25c to EOc nieht: $1 to $2 week.
ROOMS. 15c to 75c per night: 50c to $1 50 per
week; Oriental. 22S Drumm st.
WANTED— At Montana House. 7C4H Mission: !
men to take rooms: 10c. !5c and 25c per ;
night: 60c. 90c and $1 per week.
WANTED, to collect wages due laborers and j
clerks. KNOX Collection Agency. 110 Setter j
TRY Acme House. 957 Market St., below Sixth. J
for a' room: 2oc a night: $1 a week.
WANTED -Laborers and mechanics to know ;
that Ed Rolkin. Reno House proprietor, still
runs Denver House. 217 Third st. : 150 large I
rooms: 25c per night: $1 to $3 per week.
WINCHESTER House. 44 Third St.. near
Mar) 200 rooms. 2"c a night; reading-room: |
free "hu«! and baegage to nnd from th" tmvr* \
MOTtK territory loft for Perfection Burner:
consumes kerosene: S6 to $12 day: company
marufp.cturirur sold 558 dozen one day Paci-
fic Supply Company, room S2. Flood Bui id Ing.
PARTNER with JS-'.flOO cash: manufacturing
Klondike r>«m'enFe<l food cansule: orders on
band for 15,000 capsules. 959 Howard. DR.
HIGHEST prices to fill new building. 840 Mis-
sion Ft. ; tet. Mint 1821.
INDIANA Auction Co. Removed to 1? Mont-
rnrr.~rv pt. : biirhAet nrir^p nat<l. Ta|. T~>t- ■ "I
YOUNG lady wishes room »nd board; state
terms. Address box :■-:. Call office.
W ANTED— MISCELLANEOUS.
WE* buy all kinds of second-hand tools, stoves,
etc. JAMES CURTIN, 1123 Market St.
SECOND-HAND clothing, drpsses. 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, scales, tools, etc.,
bought and sold. .1. Livingston, 204 Mission.
PAWNBROKER— gold, silver, cast-off
clothing bought. Add. COLEMAN. 41 Third.
BUGGIES, wagons, horses, carts bought, sold
or exchanged: cheap storage; 40 horses; must
a sell. T. V. NEWELL. 1802 Mission, cor. 14th.
40 HORSES for sale; also wagons, buggies,
carts, harness; Grand Arcade Horse Mar-
ket. 327 Sixth Ft., auction sales every Wed-
' nosday. SULLIVAN ft DOYLE, Auctioneers.
EO HEAD of horses suitable for any business
Old Turk street Car Stable, 1301 Turk st.
4 MARKET st.— Branch office of The call;
. want ads and subscriptions taken.
WAGONS ASD CARRIAGES.
SECOND-HAND grocery, bakery delivery
wagons, Z-wheeled carts, road wagons, bug-
gies and harness bargains for cash. Fifteenth
and Valencia sts.
TOP buggy, new grocery, business buggy and
good 3-spring delivery wagon. 1161 Howard.
FINE laundry, baker's and milk wagons cheap
for cash or installments; 1 line top and open
buggy; also 1 hack. S2S Harrison. St.
527 MONTGOMERY, cor. Clay— Open until 9:30
o'clock: branch office of The Call. Subscrip-
tions and want ads taken.
CITY Steam Carpet-Cleaning Works; cleans,
moves, lays carpets. G. H. STEVENS, Mgr.,
28 and 40 Eighth st. ; telephone South 250.
WHEN you become disgusted with poor work
ee-r.d to SPAULDING'B Pioneer Carpet-
beating Works, 353-57 Tehama St.; tel. So. 40.
GREAT Eastern Steam Carpet-Cleaning
Work?. 14 Bth St., B. GRANT. Tel. Jessie 201.
CARPETS cleaned, renovated like •new~jT
M* QUEEN. 453 Stevenson: tel. S. 22>>.
ADVANCE Carpet-cleaning Co.. 420 Sutter;
tei. Majn 304. GEO. WALCOM. prop.
CLEANING, 3c: laying, 3c; rug samples free;
tel Jessie '-•14 Stratton, 3 Eighth.
CARPETS Cleaned and renovated like new.
23 Tenth; tel South K. Mackintosh _ Co.
J. E. MITCHELL. Carpet-cleaning Co.. 240 14th
ft.; cleaning Be a yard; tel. Mis. 74.
CONKLINS carpet-beating works.' MS Golden
Gate v- Telephone East 126. .
' TVI'IUVKITI'.IiS. .
lin^lN^T^r^?o7^r^nT'orSerT V»25;V »25; ""sample
■»<.' SCOTT Si TSANNAN, 3*3 Montgomery.
A— s3tO; best paying corner saloon on Sixth st :
rent $40; a genuine business offer; rarest
p tn the market. All particulars, cull
WII.KE, TKt Market St.
$:<OO— CHOP house and restaurant, established
many years and doing a first-class bu
meals. 20 cents and above; choicest location ;
isite ferry landing; rent low; lease.
WILKK, 7x3 Market st.
LO4 in. establish I «c to three
theateis and Baldwin Hotel; low rent, doing
I paying business: first-class bargain.
WILKK. 7c3 Market st.
SALOON; Mtabllahed many years; sur-
rounded by shipping offices and factories;
retu $17; a first .-lass, paying place; actual
value about MM; bin gain. Particulars
WILKE, 7M Market st.
5. - k.vhkst chance; corner saloon m very
li Cation in city; established many
yars; clearing above $250 per mo.;
large stock; the very best cliss of customers
Particulars, WTLKE, TSt Market ft.
J6OO— OLD and flrst-clr- I -iloon: close
to Baldwin Hot- • ustom: net
rent 560; a tine buslnesa opening. Inquire
WII.KE. 7^ Mark-! I
I ' 'l.l'-KSTARLISHED corner saloon, best
part of the city, will be sold by the brewery
dir. ct; a great bargain. WILKK, 7M Mar-
\D • Bt.
NOTICE ARMSTRONG .v Market
St., will sell your business quick for
: GROCERY and bar: fir..- location.
1750— Restaurant doing good bus
Lodging house; best location.
Jl2:,— Branch bakery near Market st.
See ARMSTRONG & ALLISON, 8654 Market
lAFE and gun Investment; transient
lodging-house; 60 beds; best location In city;
guaranteed to clear JSS monthly, no trouble
for party to run: months trial before pur-
chaaiag. Apply REAL'S A CO., 917 Market.
$225 BRANCH bakery and variety Si
rooms. CURRAN Keamy st.
PARTNER wanted In bar and dining-room of
a hotel which has tl I tlon In town
and ha« 95 rooms thai are all taken. For
mafl< n address box 618, Call.
GOOD i ' Apply
.? MARTIN, 6 Eddy St., bet. 1 and I o'clock.
SALOON; bargain; good business pin*'*:
Lp rem; must be sold. SO5 Howard M
RKST.VIP.ANT for -• I street.
■i ss block in thi-
- cheap. 687 Clay st.
GOOD i I N ' 0. 50C
HOTEL for sale, in a thriving town, within
hour's Journey of the ■
rooms, bath, etc; modern brick build
1 iw lease; new furni!
lay. Apply to EASTON, ELDRIIJ
CO., Market st.
PARTNER wanted for geneial mercha
and auction busings in a prosperous mining
community: big returns already proven, war-
ranting in. -n-as.- Call or
room 2, Crocker building.
SMITH &■ OBBORN. Registered Patent
Agents; established It ' San
BAKERY and confectionery in the best
part of city: store trade daily US to J?2:
Sun. '.ays $35 to $4..; outside trade i* to 11:
without wagon route. Apply Call Office
DOWNTOWN notion-ttore, l>< ateii in th^?
heart of the traffic, with X and
long lease at low rent; price 15000; principals
only: g.>o^ reason for seiilng. i'H Call.
PLAY, the races on our new
on $100 capital; no charges unlec
merican Turf liureau,
ms 5 and 6, SSfl Market St., S F.
FOR sale- Flower store, doing fine business;
.-. established 4 years;
r-^nt. For further particulars ad.'re*:*
box 621, Call Of!
CHEAPEST and best in America— The Weekly
Call, sent to any address In the United
Btates or CanaAa one year for $1 ZO. postage
in hand Invoices over ;
trade big; too large tor < :..- to handle; man
more than (ash wanted. Box ~V,. Call
OLD established stationery, notioi
■ ! living for small Investment. Call
or address H. i'"3 Park st.. Alan
£27 MONTGOMERY, cor. Clay— Open until 9:30
o'clock: branch office of The Call. Subscrip-
tions and want ads taken.
BOOK ■ - end cigar store. ?:;.*>" lens
than Invoice. Address W.,
flee, fii", Larkir
•Ion: good tiargaln. N. A.,
office, i mkland.
PORTLA.N'd agency this paper. Inquire in!*
TTHrd «t . Portland, I'r.y.m
COFFEE and tea routes supplied from GEO.
W. CABWELL ft CO.'S, 415 Sacramento »L
GENTLEMAN par! ■ mission h
1n the country. 1015 Market, rm. 17. Id ft.x.r
Y-STORE: Market St.: re.eipts I
month; offer wan'. 1 . I >X- ■,; i; ••: |
! WOOD and coal yard for sale cheap: mußt be I
I sold by February L Address box 605, Call.
I HALF interest in hand laundry, situated In i
i country town. Address box 557. Call office.
! $550 BUYS the best equipped and paying res-
i taurant in city; no triflers. 402' i Geary st.
I WANTED— Capable lady manager: some cap- ;
ltal: rare chance. MRS. A., box r.37. Call.
— Goodwill of country saloon; state
I price; no agents. Box 561. Call office.
j $3. r .O — CIGAR and news stand In railroad sta-
tion. 8., box 10. Call office. Oakland.
$2,".— STORE to let. cor. Oak and Franklin, suit-
able for any business. 15 Grant ,ive.
I RESTAURANT for sale «t your own price If
sold this week. 43 Third st. .... j
FOR sale— Whole or part Interest In profitable
business. Bo< 572. fall office.
A WEEK'S news for 5 — The Weekly
■ Call. in wrapper, for mailing.
$*.(W— Restaurant; good business; trial given.
233 Sixth st. ♦
527 MONTGOMERY, cor Clay— Open until 9:30
I o'clock: branch office of The Call. Subscrip-
| tions and want ads taken.
DETERMINED men wanted for Alaska gold
fields — A company of 2.". 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 in abundance.
The party to consist chiefly of mechanics,
blacksmiths and carpenters and one engineer
for the steam launch. A deposit of $500 is
This deposit Includes a two-years' supply
of provisions, all mining tools required, an
equal share In the vessel and steam launch !
and an <-oval share in the mining returns.
The above deposit will defray all expenses
for two years, excepting clothing, which will
have to be furnished by each Individual. For
further particulars apply to
8180, NEWMAN & IKENBERG.
; Cor. Polk and California sts.
LODGING HOUSES FOR SALE.
100-ROOM- house: fine corner $7000
27-room house on Post it 1600
24-room house near Call office 600
34 rooms, fine corner 1600
6 rooms, new flat, corner 400
39 rooms, corner, the very best 2000
14 rooms, on O'Farrell st., only 650
108-room hotel, only 6500
16 rooms, on Market, part offices 8.10
30-room house, must sell 7",0
14 rooms, on Golden Gate aye.. rent $40.... 600
12 rooms, central, good furniture 250
H. C. DECKER. 1020 Market St.. opp. Fifth.
WINSTON A CO..
No. 646 MARKET STREET.
15 rooms. $400 cash, balance payments $*00
21 rooms, rent $65: elegant; bargain 650
32 rooms, must be sold; sickness 700
22 rooms, n<*ar Market st. bargain 425
IS rooms, rent $50: house full COO
32 rooms, ■ corner, only 900
$100 Partly furnished noose of 14 rooms: near
Mission and Third; 24 rooms. Mission and
Fourth. $475: 50 houses for sale. Before pur-
chasing apply HEALY & CO.. W7 Market st.
FOR sale— Lodging and boarding house: pay-
I Ing well; best location; low rent: 43 rooms:
good furniture; price $4000; $2500 cash. $1500 In
1 year. Inquire of MR. A. S. HONEL. 320
Butter St.; no agents. .
32 rooms— Market St.: nicely furnished: rent
$2 50 per room: clears $100 per month; one-
half cnxh: balance 1 per cent. W. M. EL-
BOM, 1346 Market st.
MINNA. 607. corner Eighth— Newly furnished
bay window room: $1 a week.
FOR SALE— Coso Lodging-house. 411 San-
some st. ' ■■">■■ : ~- _ :
FURNITURE FOR SALE.
THE furniture complete of a 6-room cottage
set ready for housekeeping; also several well-
bred Japanese pug dogs: everything goes at
I a bargain to a cash buyer: premises to let.
Inquire at 449 Bryant st. ■
539 HAVES ST. -Branch office of ,he ('nil
Subscriptions and ade taken.
$2 MONTHLY: rented, repaired, bought, sold;
machine supplies. 145 Sixth St.
ALL kinds bought, sold, exchanged,' rented;
repairing: lowest rates. 205 Fourth st
DR. C. C. O'DONNELL, office and residence,
lift* Market: diseases of ti-r.m/>n n specialty.
THE SAX FRANCISCO (ALT,, MONDAY, JANUARY IT, 1898.
HOUSES TO LET.
WHY pay rent? Why not build? You can do
so. If you have mortgaged and wish to pay j
It off easily you can get best terms of Amer- ;
lean Investors' Co.. 11 Montgomery st.
ALL OVER TOWN
You see houses to rent by BALDWIN &
HO WELL, 10 Montgomery.
TWENTY-SIXTH] 4126— Whole or part of
house, 7 rooms; modern; yard.
FOR rent cheap to responsible parties— Neatly
furnished house; 9 rooms and bath and lovely
garden: call between boars of I and 3 o'clock; '
references required. JOE E. ENRIGHT, 13
East San Fernando Ft.. San .!'-•■. ''al.
SUNNY corner flat, 4 rooms, furnished for
housekeeping: cheap rent to responsible ten- ■
ant. Apply MADISON & BURKE. 626 Mar-
COTTAGES TO LET.
COTTAGE. 1313 Baker; 5 roomsT~stableT~B
stalls. Apply MADISON &■ BURKE.
ELLIS. 1705. nr. Rteiner— Nicely renovated 6
rooms; bath; modern; water free, $17.
NEW 4. 5 and 7 r. : $10, $15 and $20; or will sell.
$50 to $150 cash; bal. same as rent, 646
$7. $S and $9 cottages. 3 and 4 rooms; good or-
der. Apply 945 Bryant, or Umbsen & Co. 14
CHERRY, ins— Nice sunny cottage, furnished
or unfurnished; 7 rooms, bath, basement and
garden. Apply 120 Golden Gate aye.. marble
SUNNY cottage, 7 rooms and bath; 1 block
from park: all modern Improvements; marine
view. 2517 McAllister st.
FLATS TO LET.
cherry, 111- Flat. ?, rooms, bath : '. basement:
back garden; $12. Apply 120 Golden Gate aye.
FLATS of 4 and 5 rooms on sunny side of
Clementina St.. bet. First and Second. Keys
at 70 Clementina st.
i DALE place, 12. off Gol-Jen Gate aye.. between
Leaven worth and Hyde — 3 large rooms.
EIGHTEENTH. ISSSA, near Hattle — Sunny
flats, 4 and 5 rooms and bath, $10 and $13.
ELEGANT corner flat. <; r. oms and bath;
modern Improvements. 730 Devlsadero st.,
LOWER flat of 4 sunny rooms. 172 Hawthorne
j St., near Harrison.
[ UPPER sunny corner flat, 7 rooms; rent low.
j 233 Page st.
| FOUR rooms and bath. 223 I-aurel aye.. bet.
Turk nnd Eddy, off Van Ness aye.; rent
, X'F.W modern flnt: lust completed: latest Im-
■ provements. 28 Lombard St., cor. Jones.
! ALL OVER TOWN ~ ,
You see flats to rent by BALDWIN &
HOWELL. 1" Montgomery st.
j A $25 nice cottages and flats on Geary St.. nr.
Polk. SPECK CO.. 602 Market st.
! FINE, sunny flat, 5 rooms and bath. 5134
i O'Farrell ,-t.
j €65 PINE St.— 3 flats of 3. 4 s\nd 5 rooms; bath;
I nice location.
j FLAT of 7 rooms and bath. *17.
Plat of 4 rooms nnd bath. «m.
Flat of 3 furnished rooms. $?.
Key at 4499 Seventeenth st.
BARTLKTT, 414. near Twenty-flth— Flat. S
rooms, sink room and bath: all runny: nicely
furnish^!; hot water supplied; rent $13.
BRANNAN. 422— Two large sunny rooms to let;
rent $6 per month.
CAPP, fil4 — r sunny rooms: furnished for house-
keeping: also single rooms.
FIRST, 28—3 nice front rooms, completely fur-
nished for housekeeping, $12.
GOLDEN GATE AYE.. 404—3 Funny front
rooms; complete housekeeping; $10; also, un-
GROVE. 2C'2, cor. Van Ness aye.— Sunny unfur-
nished 3-room suites: with pas stove.
HARRIETT, IS .' sunny furnished housekeep-
Int.- rooms; $9.
HARRISON. 417— Furnished rooms for house-
keep! ng: $7 per month.
HOWARD. 792 FurnishM sunny housekeeping
rooms; slnple. ?4 and $5 a month.
HOWARD, S2l— Housekrepine rooms: "inrlf. $7
and '■ psr month: suit"*. $12: other rooms.
JESSIE. 43.'*— 2 Ice sunny furnished house-
keeping rooms: rent t<: chenp.
MISSION. 561, near Second— 3 sunny rooms:
furnished complete for housekeeping; also 2
sunny back rooms.
MISSION. 533— Lar^e sunny suite; complete
for lusekeeplng $10.
MISSION 9«7— Two larpe front rooms and
kitchen: also others, cheap.
MISSION. 1219— Furnished housekeeping rooms.
O"FARRELL. r.XT.ii— One to five unfurnished
rooms and bathroom; reasonable.
I POWELL. Two furnished housekeeping
[ suitable for man and wife, or mother
I and (laughter.
| RITCH. 20. near Folson-.— 2 nle» front rooms
with jrrate; suitable for man and wlte or 2
SIXTH 119 A —3 or 4 sunny rooms, furnished
i complete for housekeeping.
STANLEY Place. 19- $lO. 6 sunny rooms.
Including bath: also $7 SO, 4 nood rooms.
VAN NESS AYE.. 817. cor. Ellis ft.— S-.mny
I front housekeeping. $18; also unfurnished.
CIS LARKIN Branch office of the Call. Sub-
tcrtptlona and want n.ls taken
ROOMS TO I,ET.
i BUSH. 2r,2«— sunny front rooms, furnished for
llrht housekeeping; no children.
j SHERMAN Apartment 1! use. is Eltrhth St.,
near Market; furnished and unfurnished.
FIFTH. 107— Pleasant sunny unfurnished rooms
AUSTRIA H0U5E.~246 ~ Fourth Bunny front
rooms, single, double and housekeeping.
GEARY. 402— Sunny furnished rooms for gents!
$6 and $7.
GEARY, ']■ Elegant sunny housekeeping
'rooms, complete; also double. single; rea-
GOLDEN GATE aye., 1050— '. or~2 well-fur-
nlshed sunny rooms, with kitchen, for light
housekeeping, with gas cookstove an free
use of telephone.
HOWARD, 714 — I^arge. sunny front parlor; also
single rooms: rent reasonable.
HOWARD. 71.", St. Davids— 2oo rooms; suites";
single; sunny reading-room: 25c up
ARLINGTON House, 127 Kearny Pleasant
sunny rooms, en suite and Mngle; first-class
in every respect; terms reasonable.
MARTHA place. 6. south of Geary, above Ma-
son — Large sunny room for 1 or 2; terms rea-
MCALLISTER, 14— Fine large studios, class-
rooms, offices, $8 per month up; suites, $14.
MINNA, JR— Furnished rooms to let, 75c and $1
HANCOCK HOUSE. "M Mission; select family
rooming house; $1 50 to $6 per week.
O'FARRELL, 413— 2 unfurnished rooms; $8 per
month. • - ; .- -
POST, 2406— Sunny furnished room In private
family; use of kitchen, or board of desired;
cheap to desirable party.
POWELL. 123— Good furnished suite of rooms
. to rent •by the day, week or month.
POWELL, 233— New house; newly furnished;
suits and single; also office rooms.
GRAND SOUTHERN. SE. cor. Seventh and
Mission — Pleasant sunny rooms, on suite and
single; elevator; moderate rates; families.
SEVENTH, 142— Furnished suit* and single
rooms at lowest rates. MRS. PRAHL, prop.
SIXTH, 125— Cheapest In city; nicely furnished
Bunny front rooms, double and single.
STOCKTON.* 17. European— Elegant rooms;
suite or single; day. week or month; baths;
hot and cold water; transient; elevator.
SUTTER. 514— Nicely furnished sunny front
suite; bay-window; first floor.
TWELFTH, 239—2 large sunny furnished rooms,
single and double, for gentlemen. $5 and $7.
WASHINGTON. 602— Why pay carfare and use
extra fuel? 3 sunny housekeeping rooms $B-
also, 2 for $6.
WILLIAM, 107. off Geary, bet. Taylor and
— Sunny furnished room.
FRONT and back parlor in a private family;
located In central part of the city; car« pass
door; rent $10 per mo. Address box 541, this
tOO BUSINESS cards printed $1: 25 visiting
cards, 25c. HILL. 724% Market st
615 LA I: KIN ST.— nranch office of The Call.
Subscriptions and want ads taken.
< lIIIDItrN ItiiMtlHD
AMERICAN lady living In one of the healthi-
est locations in San Rafael will take chil-
dren of good family to board; best of care
and training. Address W. A. V., box 6i2,
WIDOW would like 2 children to board; rood
home. Box 611, '"all.
\V ANTE I '-Child to board: best of care; terms
MIS— sjslllt 1034 McAllister.
HOARDING AND ROOMS
EDDY. 220— Sunny front single and double
rooms; first-class board, $3 50.
FELL. 24— Sunny furnished rooms: board op-
tional; parlor for 2 with board. $35.
FOLSOM, 511— Swedish private boarding, with
room. $4 to $5 per. week: nice location.
HOTEL SALISBURY: beautiful grounds; ta-
ble unsurpassed. 293 Hyde, cor. Eddy.
M VAN NESS AYE.— Newly furnished sunny
rooms; good board; terms -rate.
STORES TO LET.
TO LET— Stores and lodging houses of the
Lincoln School property, southeast corner
Market and Fifth sts. A. J. RICH 4 CO.,
Real Estate Agents, 112 Montgomery st.
STORE and rooms for grocery or bakery; fix-
tures. Corner Page an Lagur.a sts.
TO let— Shop and stable. S!4l'4 Sixteenth St.,
' near Dolores. • y
STORE and 6 rooms; suitable for butcher
shop or fruit store: cheap. Cor. Twenty-
seventh and Alabama.
"offices TO let.
SUTTER, 717, near Taylor— For office and resi-
dence; S rooms; very choice; investigate.
: BAT-WINDOW suites. 2, * rooms, nicely. fur-
nished: suitable 'flees; reasonable. 321 Kills.
21S BANSOME st . now occupied by W. Loalza
& Co. ASHTON: 411 Montgomery st.
lIEALD'S Business College, 24 Post. Book-
keeping, business practice, shorthand, typ-
ing, telegraphy, languages, English branch-
es: electrical, civil & mining' engineering, sur-
! veying, assaying, navigation, etc.; 20 teach-
ers day and eve. sessions; catalogue mailed..
AYREB' Business College, 325 Montgomery st.;
Individual Instruction In shorthand, typing,
bookkeeping, telegraphy, etc.; life scholar-
ship, $50; low rates per" week and month.
ENGINEERING school: civil, electrical, mlii-
ing, mech., survey, assay, archit. . day & eve.;
est. 1564. VAN PER NAILLEN.'933 Market.
ACCOMPLISHED English woman offers 'to
teach French and music in exchange for a
home with a family: highest references. 1206
BOOKKEEPING and rapid calculations: a
course in Tarr's counting room makes you
thorough. Room 572, 855 Market st.
LADY teaches piano, mandolin. EOc an hour:
excellent pianist and accompanist for enter-
tainments and vocalists. 1209 Octavla st. ■
FLUTE, mandolin, guitar lessons: club $1
monthly. PROF. OASTALDI. 710 Lombard.
BOOKKEEPING, arithmetic, writing, gram-
mar: day. night: $3 mo. ir.o4 Market, op. Bth.
INDIVIDUAL Instruction, shorthand and type i
writing; terms reasonable. 1015 A Post st.
SAN FRANCISCO Business College, 1236 Mar^
ket St.: 124 positions in '9fi: 103 In '97.
LUDLUM School of Elocution and Dramatic
Art. 92S Sutter st.
PROF. M. KOLANDER. teacher mardo'.inT
guitar and banjo. 935 Market St.. off Mason.
VOICE culture, piano Paris gradual French.
Spanish: new classes: $2 mo. lrta Taylor st.
MISS GAMBLES dancing school: adults' class
Saturdays 8 P. M. -317 Devtsadero st.
FISK teachers' agencies In 10 cities: teachers
wanted now. 420 Parrott building.
GUITAR, mandolin, piano and vocal lessons:
*rt 'month. Mary Werthmm. :» Fifth *t.
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. jr.. $B. $7, $i. $:).
$10: handsome scarf and wood seat stool in-
cluded ;no chalge f^r cartage. Purcahse your
medium and low price pianos where they can
be exchanged for a Kteinway without sacri-
fice. SHERMAN. 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'FariX'U st. Piano*, organs
and all other musical Instruments of all
! grades and prices. Terms easy; prices low-
I est. Everything possible done to please and
satisfy the customer.
RE lui:;^ I ; SIM) it will pay you to
Why? Because ws buy only lr.
carl, ad lot for everj thing and
1 c ad viin i •-
RTAZ £ SON. 11
CONOVER. slightly -.—\. $350.
Ptfinway. slightly u?-.-d. $17."..
Chlckerlng. second hand. $190.
Large stock, lowest i>rlces. rent. Installments.
The F. W. SPENCER CO.. 933 Market St.
I'IANOR at cut prices*" Improve the opportu-
nity: apency famous Haines Bros.. Bush *:
Gerts and Herman \VM. C. HAMILTON,
successor to A. i.. Bancroft & Co.. 321 Post.
KEKFFE'S, 1021 Van Ness aye.. 3 fine up-
rights, little used, sacrificed; Schubert.
Stein way and Decker Bros.
DECKER a- BON pianos Rre always satisfac-
tory. Get low prices from Mau'vals Music
Co., 7fi3 Market St.
POHMER& Co... Byron Matizy. Newby. Evans,
Brirßs and other pianos: fob our rent plan:
no Interest first year. 30S. 310. 812 Post.
ADMINISTRATOR'S wile— Must sell pianos nt
Immense reduction for cash or on Install-
ments. EATON KSTATE. 73." Market st.
A fin.- piano sacrificed for cash: see It this
morning, an the first culler will surely take
It. Room II Flood building.
SMALLEST ad. lowest price. Heine. 136 Ellis.
A— t'-O: fine lartre upright: sacrificed for cash.
13S1 Folsom st., corr.er Tenth.
140 piano; splendid Instrument; great sacri-
fice. 1131Va Mission at.
BARGAIN— Nice uprlrht cheap. SCHMITZ. IS
McAllister st . near Hlbernla Bank.
HORVUNG'R new style pianos: most perfect,
brilliant, powerful tone. 216 Post st.
KINGSBI'RY (1W model) Is the piano you
want. J. HARRY SCOTT, 526 Hayes st.
SUPERIOR violins, zithers, old and new. H.
MULLER, maker, repairer. 2 Latham place.
KNABE pianos: new scale: new styles.
KOHf.RH & CHAPF. 30 O'Fnrrell st.
JO. 15. SO, 85, 40. 50 per pound.
10. 15, 20. 25. Jo. 40 per pound.
in. IS, 20. -". 40 per can.
running 100 storks ENABLES us TO
SELL very cheap,
WE give free
air" RIFLES. '
GREAT american impor/ting tea co.
FOR SALE— MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR Pale— Second-hand lumber, t. and g., js-
flooring, $10; pine. $6; May District track
OPAL and cluster diamond rlnjr: price $35;
worth $70. UNCLE HARRIS. i:. Grant aye.
ST. BERNARP and black French poodle pups,
Danes, fox terriers, foxhound bitches; clos-
Inn out kennel*. 406 Frederick st.
FRESH milch cow and calf; also 2-wheeled
cart. 935 Elizabeth st.
FINE saloon front, embossed stained glass,
nickel plate, very cheap. 1166 Mission st.
Al PETOQRKE Irish Fettors; hnrd-timo prices,
(ilenniore h'.T.nels. 20<l Linden Ht.. Oukland.
GAS etoves tor heating, one-half price; l and
2 bowl barber washstanda, cheap. HUF-
SCIIMIDT. fi23 Golden Gate aye.
STKKF.T roller. 2:«\2 feet, as BOOd as new.
Boat $*<■ will ».>U f. r $.W. 11l Van Ness aye
BOME new niwl second-hand Sterling wheels;
bantnlns. NJrIMI.S & CO , 404 Battery st.
BAFBB |:;iri?ains in new and seomd-hand: all
slzok; hnlf original enst. IM-111 Market, B. F
QRAPMOPHONES. HO: Records, $:. per doa.:
Projectoscope. 1100. Baclyalupl. 333-346 Mrkt.
BOILERS, engines. M hand machinery. Mc-
rWTOBH i V,"!.I'MAN, 137 Beale st.
J. R. POOL, house-mover, dealer Becond-hano
building material. 1112-36 Mission t.
COFFEE mill, scale, hand-truck, letter-press,
desk and safe cheap. 102 Clay st.
BARS, back bars, mirrors, n'owcasps, coun-
ters, linoleum, office furniture, store and
ofn>e furniture and fixtures; new and sec-
ond-hand. .T. NOONAN. 1017-1019-1021-1023
Mission St.. above Sixth.
BARS, cm— ■ counters, shelving, etc.,
bought and sold. 1063 Mission, near Seventh.
FOR SALE— second-hand fireproof safe,
at 42 Main st.
SECOND-HAND dynamos, gasoline and steam
engine", boilers, pulleys, shafting, laundry
machinery, 'to. (SMITH CO.. 627 Mission st.
HENRY— Please call at bakery corner La-
Kuna st. ■ '
DR. CONDOR Y"S
Klondike condensed food capsules. Price,
ICO capsules *10, 1000 capsules $90. Add!
. . . DR. V. CONDORY.
989 Howard st.
PROF. J. GREVEN will Introduce three more
talent to the public in their own concert at
Y. M. C. A Hall, on January 26. ISOS. Miss
M. De Client, dramatic soprano; Miss I.
Brown, mezzo soprano, ana MR. M. AL-
BERT, high lyric tenor. - /
ALASKA— We w sh to Inform Intending Klon-
dikers that we have the largest and most
complete stock of Arctic fur clothing and na-
tive boot?, made by the Esquimaux oi the
Arctic Circle. STABENS & FRIEDMAN. 257-
259 Pacific st.
ONLY the best of expert artists employed here;
fine work for 25c; .good switches, SI: finest,
best quality, $3 50; extra heavy, long, $5;
open Sundays from 9 to 12 a. m. G. LEDE-
RER, 111 Stockton st.
BIG outdoor stereoDticon show every night
cor. Market and Sixth: artistic advertise-
ments in living light; promoters of business.
Consult OWL ADV. CO.. 1140 Market st.
ELECTRIC lights in every room; Winchester
House, 44 Third St., nr. Market: 200 rooms.
Jsc to $1 50 per night; $1 50 to $5 per week:
tree bUB and baggage to and from the ferry.
NEW method; maspago and electric treatments
for nervousness, general debility, etc.; hours
10 to 0. MilS. JOHNSON, 514% Geary st.
ADVICE free: divorce laws specialty; private;
no fee without success: collections. O. W.
HOWE, att-at-law, 850 Market, cor Stockton.
MISS ANDERSON, graduate. Swedish nurse;
baths: R«"iu:ne massage: Swedish movement;
la> lies, gents. 906 Market, room 25, Id floor.
BADGES, photo, and badge buttons, made In
Pan Francisco at Eastern prices. Walter
N*. BRTNT. MS Clay St.. S. F.
FIRST-CLABS business cards, cheap. West
Coast Publishing Co., 14 McAllister, room 20.
FRENCH cooking lessons; MRS. M. ERIKSON,
714 Leavenworth; Wd., 3-6; Sat., 3-5: Tu., 8-10
El* IT to order on easy Installments. L.
LEMOS. HIT. Market ft., bet. 7th and Bth.
QI'INONIA hair tonic; /a preparation unsur-
passed; We. G. LEDERER, 11l Stockton st.
114— Suit to order: samples; try one. NEU-
HAUB A CO.. tailors, 115 Kenrny st.
CLOAKS and tailor-made suits retailed at
wholesale figures. 20 Sansome st.
BRANCH office of The Call, 167 Ninth at.—
Want nds and subscriptions taken.
SUPERFLUOUS hairs removed by electrolysis.
MRS. DR. WELCH. 2115 Bush.
A WEEK'S news for 5 rents- The Weekly
Pall, in wrapper, '■ •■ mailing.
MME. GOLDSTEIN'— EIegant, stylish dresses.
»: ur: dresse? marl» over fi Fddv st . rm <t.
MRS. DR. F. CLARK, the distinguished
trance clairvoyant and medium: while en-
tranced she will reveal every hidden mystery
In life: she will show you how to overcome
your enemies, remove family troubles, restore
lost affections: unites the separated, recov-
ers lost, stolen or, burled property: locates
treasures, minerals: tells your entire life,
past, present and future, while in a perfect
trance. Hours 10 a. m. to 5 p. m ; perfect
satisfaction Runranteed fey mail. S*>nd stamp
for. circular with special terms, MRS. DR. F.
"LARK, rms 25 & 2<i, 12<i6 Market, opp. Cth.
MMX PORTER, wi nderful clairvoyant card-
reader, born double veil and second sii;ht:
diagnosis disease, full life readinsr; la.. Mr;
p-ntii tl; palm. & clairv. : sit. *1 :.0. 12<". Turk.
plan ■ • r on !f!a:i I
s.xth. room fi.
JUST arrived from New York City, medium
ami oard reader; present, pa«t futun
ARRIVED HME. DAVIS, remari
Pan II st.
MME BTBILLE, cradle to i.rave; future hu.-«-
band'a r'l •turt- I :-i4 O'Farrell «t.
Mis- PEARL HARRISON
magnetic I . and 3.
MIPS MEL VINA SLATER isinesa
matt Faction i ti teed, 797 Mission.
MME SODAN, Scotch seer^ps. c.ird-reader and
palmist. CI9 Eddy. Ito « 1
RAY FAIR — Card reader; magnetic healing a
specialty. OS' Post st,. room 2.
MISS EDNA V. GRANT, mind reader and
• l Taylor st . room 3.
MIPS MIRANDA, in ■■• reader, electro mag-
netic treatments. 1122 Market st.. room 31.
MME. WOODS, mind reaoer. card reader, mag-
netic charms. 207 Post St., room 8.
MMX MORE ATT. test medium, clairvoyant.
ctrd ren>r: 2Sc up. /3 Fourth St. upstairs.
Mi ALICE FAY. medium and genuine mag-
netic healer. 12s Seventh I II »r.
MME MABEL HALL, card reader, has located
at ii'» 4 Mission si
LOLA M STEVENS. rnrd-r<v.dlne and
treatin-nt. 22' Mason, suit. 1-2.
MMX. \Mliv medium, r and mait-
h.-a!.'>-; .1-irniß 122 i" -1 -t . r-mm in
MME ZINELLA, the huirtiw a and
Inter. Ito..in IS IVe.
MME LINDEN, return< r and mag-
net ist; chai .:is. 12'". Fourth, mom 23.
MANDENA, medium and palmist: read-
lnßH Llsfactlon par'td. 28 6th.
m:ss MELVILLE, great clairvoyant and
water render. *21S Mission >•• . opp. Mint.
MMi: RAVENA r.-ads life fluently: buslnen
adrlce; names Riven: Ko up. E Fourth «'t.
MME. HANSEN. palmist. ard-writer; past,
present and future; 26c 14S Sixth, room 5.
MRS. SHAFFER, test and business medium:
sittings dally. 1234 Sixth St., room 14.
MRS. DR. ANNA THOMAS^- TMrstTTiTher pro-
»«iiion: never fails: advice: help, .929 Post.
A. M. FRANCIS. Independent slate-writer; de-
veloping circle Wednesday eve. US Hal*ht st.
MRS. HOSKJXR. spiritual medium, circle
Tues.. 8 p. m...23c; readings, (I. 214 Franklin.
MRS. J. J. WHITNEY, spiritual medium, for
mes«»e»s iin-l nr!vt<-» fIU St »k*< I -t
L. A- TEAGUE. A. Cane and F. Tea«ii< re-
moved to Call building, fith floor, rms. 603-607.
FTTLL set of teeth. $3; painless extraction: see
our combination plate, thin as paper; war-
ranted 10 years: teeth without plates; crown
aril bridge work our specialty: teeth im-
planted or transplanted: fillings We, crowns
$3M): nil work painless and warranted.
Chicago Dental Parlors, 24 Sixth st.
VAN VROOM electro-dental parlors: painless
dentistry: no shock; painless extraction a
positive fact: full set of teeth. $"i up; silver
filling*.- 2.V up: gold crowns. $3 B0 up: your
teeth put In without a plate: open evenings.
997 Market St.. cor. Sixth; 'Phone Jessie 633.
DR. LUDLUM TUT, I., 1443 Market, nr. 11th: no
charge for extracting when plates are made:
old plates made over like new: teeth from $3
per set; extracting 50c; gas srl »n. j
DR. GEORGE W. LEEK, r". . . -ek dent-
l*t, discoverer of painless ejrtl ■ i and
patentee of Improved bridge wort teeth
without plate, moved from 6 to :.• v ; ■ rell.
NEW York dentist* Plates $3 up; silver ,l!l-
ings. L..c up; gold fillings, 7 .c up; plates
mended. $1 up: painless extraction, r.Oc: all
work warranted. 969 Mission, PE. cor. 6th.
$S— FULL set of teeth; best make; kept in
repair; extracting. free: fillings. Me: crowns,
$3 60. Pacific Dental Parlors. IS Third st.
W. C. HARDING. M. D., 800 Butter st.. cor.
Powell; tel. Main C 375: painless extraction.
ALL work reasonable and warranted. DR. J.
W. KEY. 1320 Market st.
SET of teeth without a plate. DR. H. C.
YOUNG. IS4I Polk st.
COLTON r>?ntnl k«s*w»«t«nn. KOS Market st.
DR. CHARLES W. DECKER.
Kl7 MONTGOMERY, cor. Clay— Open until 9:30
o'clock: branch office of The Call. Subscrip-
tl"ns wnd want ads taken.
LOST— Black enameled ladles' .watch and chat-
»-laln; presumably on Killmore st Return
against suitable reward to 2307 Broadway,
LOST— Chamois bag, containing reviving
locket, breastpin. 3 rings, 2 pair earrings (1
black topaz, other rhinestone). 1 Mexican
. dollar, gold key and steel thimble: all me-
mentos. Finder leave at this office and re-
ceive $10 reward.
LOST— Llewellyn setter, l year o'd. Return to
2021 California St., receive reward.
LOST— A email link chain bracelet; gold. Re-
turn l"t>2A Market st. Liberal reward.
LOST— Monday. ladles' opal ring; reward.
Return to 2905 Sixteenth St.
LOBI A pass-book with the Htbernia Savings
and L.'.in 5...-i«'tv of San Francisco; Na 1!<2,-
706. The finder will please return to bank.
A p«*' < -t'<">k with tIM Hlbernia Savings
and Loan Society of San Francisco, in the
name of EPWARP H. QEIB. N>. 204.658.
The finder will please return to bank.
BRINO old itold and stiver to me and icet cash
for it rNVI.F. HARRIS. U tirftnt aye.
CITY REAL ESTATE.
$700 CASH, balance In monthly installments,
will buy the most attractive home built this
year; Twenty-flfth st.. near Church: lot 25:11
xll4; nicely arranged 2-story residence of S
rooms, bath, etc.; best plumbing: handsomely
decorated walls; no expense has been spared;
the house must b« seen to be appreciated,
Baldwin & iimvEix. to Montsonittrj
ST< '1' paying rent. Begin the new year right.
Kemember the difference between paying
rent and owning your own home Is worthy of
■ groat struggle.
Tn. • cottages of 7 rooms, bath, large pantry,
plenty if closet room, sink tiled, fine high
basement, all floored, brick foundation, cement
side and garden walks, stylish front, all mod-
ern improvements up to date; must be seen to
be appreciated; $3000; terms to suit purchaser.
Apply on premises, corner Cortland aye. and
Mission et.. to J. M. COMERFORD. from 1 to
3:"0 p. m. ; take Mission-st. cars to Cortland ay.
COTTAGE 4 rooms, basement: lot 30x-19: on
Church St., one block from cars; $12« V).
GEORGE PATTERSON & CO., 1709 Market.
CHOICE business property; northwest corner
Mission and Spear ste. : 4. r .:lilxn7:fi; must be
disposed of. Apply H. SCHWERIN. 546 Clay.
ON Lyon st.. between McAllister and Golden
Gate aye.. a new, modern seven roomed cot-
tage, beautifully frescoed, and laundry.
1650 WILL build 4-room cottage complete:
will call GDO. M. SALSBURY. builder. 521
X St.. Sunset District.
HOUSE. 5 rooms: barn, 2 cows and chicken-
house. 745 Minnesota St.. near Twentieth.
4-RM. cottage and lot, tir.O": 1 block from Mis-
sion cars: $18 monthly. BABIN. 413 Kearny.
COUNTRY itEAL ESTATE.
10-ACRE fruit ranch In full bearing; near
Santa Rosa; 4-room house, barn: will ex-
change for city property. Address box 588,
20 ACRES prunes: Pant a Clara Valley; near
station: none better; terms easy; good bar-
gain. J. T. DUNN. 100S Claus Spreckels bldg.
FOR sale— Small orchard near Antloch; trees
4 and r> years old: house, barn, chleken-
hi.uses, etc.; bargain: owner going East: one-
third cash: balance 1 and 2 years. W. M.
M, 1346 Market st.
HOUSE of 9 rooms; modern; yard ISO by 200
f'-.n: greenhouse plants, good water, stable
and chicken yard; also goldfish pond; big bar-
gain. Call at this office.
$1l c "> BUYS a 4-room corner frame house tn
Santa Maria. Cal., with 3 connected lots. 75
X 164 feet: flower garden, frutt trees and good
barn; will trade for city lodging-house or
chicken ranch. Inquire R. BENJAMIN. 11l
Ellis Ft., city.
ANY une wanting a small ranch, for grazing
purposes, or a moderate sized orchard, part-
ly Improved, payable on very easy terms,
apply to room 70S. Claus Spreckels building.
FOR sale— Glen Annie ranch, one of the beat-
knnwn ranches In Southern California. Ap-
ply J. PEPvCY LAWTON. Santa Barbara.
BOOK and list of chenp land free. M. M.
GRIFFIN. Cottonwood. Shasta County. Cal.
LITTLE homes clou* to town: Improved: easy
term*; also 4 to 1? acre r>l<*ees on 8 and 10
years' credit. T>. H. TWINO. Sonoma City:
»Tfrr Monrtnv at JB3 Market St.. 8. I*.
MONEY TO LOAN.
ANY ami'iint at 6*4 per cent on real estate: ?d
& 3d mortgages, estates, undivided Interests,
real estate in probate, life insurance, goods in
warehouse, furniture and pianos without re-
moval; mortgage? and 1-gßcles bought; no de-
lay. T: McCOLOAN, 24 Montgomery, rm. 3.
LOANS on furniture or pianos In S. F.. Oak-
land or Alameda. at lowest rates, without
removal; no <*>mmlßsions: no delays. J.
NOONAN, I<M7 to 10C3 Mission, above Sixth;
tel. South 14.
HIGHLT respectable and private place to ob-
tain liberal advances on diamonds and jew-
elry at the lowest rates. Baldwin Jewelry
Store, 94S Market Ft.: tel. Green JO4.
WE loan on real estate «t 6 and fi 1 * per cent:
also on second mortgages; life Insurance and
real estate in probate; any sum. Manhattan
Loan Co., r. 10 (ground floor). Mill? building.
ON furniture and piano* without removal: no
com.mlMlon; lowest interest: part payments
• ed: money quick and confidential. 1170
Market ?>t.. r.mm 68.
<;■> to a regular licensed pawnbroker at 1
Fourth >=t.. upstairs: strictly private; low
rates: tel. Red U2l ; established ISC9.
ON furniture, .pianos; city or Oakland: no re-
moval: low rates, no commission; $25 up;
private party. BONF.I.LI, 461 Ocary st.
ON furniture, pianos: no commission: low
rates: private. SCRIBNER & CO.. 7 City
ANY sum on real estate and estates in pro-
l»:ite. HII.L A CO.. 14 McAllister, rm. 64.
ANY sum. Ist or 2d mortgages, estates in pro-
bate, etc. Room 7. MS California st.
I m; lowest rates; Ist and 2d mortg. ;
any proposition. Dryden. 413 Montgomery.
CITY and country: any sum: Ist and 2d mort-
MURPIIY. 62S Mkt st.
On pianos; furniture: no removal: lowest
rates: no com.: private. |M McAllister st.
, : ON lie insurance policies; low inter-
est. JOS B. TOPLITZ. 330 Pine st.
reliable place to borrow
money: diamonds and lewelry.
A WEEKS news for f, cents— The Weekly
Call. In Wrapper, for moiling.
WANTF.P--A mortgage loan of $sr»no on first-
class brick c rner pronertv in Olvmpla.
Washington. Apply to R. O. OAKLEY, 11
M intiri.mery st.
J. BO- • -ntgomery st— Loans on life
insurance policies anil buys bank books.
LOANS on real estate, binds, etc.; lowest
rat«w. MoAFKF. BROS.. Ins Monteomerv ->t.
AT.L monthly irregularities or other conditions
from Whatever caste restored at once; safe
and sure at any time: kind sympathy and
aid: Instant relief for travelers; tumors re-
moved by electricity; home in confinement:
irii privacy: for guaranteed relief
consult the doctor before going elsewhere:
regulating pills and capsules. $1. MRS. DR.
WTETH, 918 Post st.. near Ijirkln.
ALL of Dr Foulet's 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 $1 50 per. box, sent free by
mail on receipt of price: consultation on all
special diseases free. WALLER BROS.. 33
Grant aye.. S. F. A caution— Before pur-
chasing elsewhere, write us.
A I'ROfKPS that never falls to restore every
cape of monthly sickness from whatever
cause in fetv BOOM when medicines and others
hay™ Cailea; no instruments used; many
years' experience; every case guaranteed; ad-
Vice free: terms reasonable; first-class pri-
vate home for confinement. MRS. DR.
DALEY. 1126 Market St.. over Owl Druirstore.
ST RE cur*. wh°n others fail, no medicine or
instruments: every woman her own physi-
cian for all female troubles, no matter from
what i-ajrf: restore in 1 day: never fails: con-
sultation free: can be sent and used at home.
PR. POPPER, 31S Kearny. Orders by tele.
A LOON to wlv->s and mothers— Seguro; prlo°
Jl 50. RICHARDS & CO.. 406 Clay St.; send
|c stamp for particulars to Seguro Manu-
facturing Co.. r>3l X st.. Sacramento, Cal.
DRS.GOODWIN, diseases of women; ladles;
6afe, quick cure guaranteed: any ailment:
maternity home: b*st care; skill only; low
fees: Dr. Sehuck's self-cure. $5. 401 Van Ness.
ALPEAU'S French pills, a boon to ladles with
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\ BIRTHS— MARRIAGES —DEATHS.
Birth, marriage and death notices sent by
mall will not be inserted. They mast ba
I handed in at either of the publication offices'
| and be indorsed with the name and residence
j of persons authorized to have the same pub-
JONES— In this city. January 15. 1593. to the
wife of Robert J. Jones, a son.
i LEVY— In this city January 15, 1898, to the
wife of Joseph Levy, a son. ,
i Boylan, Margaret Pazinl, Robert J.
j Barber, Arthur B. Quigley, Katie
Currey, Montgomery Sanders, Henry
Grady, John ' Silva. Rena
Livingston, Agnes ' Tracey, Patrick
McDevitt, Philip Treder, Olga A.
: Mather, Annl» S. Taylor, Francis 8.
Mack, Francis J. Welsmann. Elizabeth
Moran, Frank Wall. Thomas H.
BOYLAN— In ths city. January 14. IS9S. Mar-
garet, relict of Bernard Boylan. and beloved
Mother of Bernard. James, Maggie, Mary,
Julia and the late Matthew Boylan, a na-
tive of County Clare, Ireland, aged 60 years.
ITTFriends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral this day
(Monday), at 9:30 o'clock, from her late resi-
dence, 8 Auburn street, off Jackson, be-
tween Mason and Taylor, thence to St. Fran-
cis Church, where a solemn requiem mass
will be celebrated for the repose of her soul,
commencing at 10 o'clock. Interment Mount
BARBEB-In Santa Barbara. Cal., January 15.
IS9S. Arthur Bevier, son of P. J. and Mary
J. Barber, ami brother of Mrs. R. M. Wood
and Mrs. W. J. Andrews of this city, aged 24
years and 3 months.
CURREY— In this city January 16. IS9S, Mont-
gomery S.. son of Judge John Currey, a na-
tive of New York, aged 31 years.
C?Notice of funeral hereafti r.
GRADY— In this city, January 16. 1898. John,
beloved son of James Grady, and husband of
Mary Grady. a native of San Francisco, aged
27 years. (New York papers please copy).
tCyNotice of funeral hereafter. Remains
at the parlors of Carew & English, 41 Van
LIVINGSTON— In the City and County Hospi-
tal, January 16, 18S8, Agnes Livingston, a na-
tive of Germany, aged 33 years.
McDEVITT— In this city, January 15. IS9B,
Philip, beloved husband of Bridget McDevitt,
and brother of Mrs. Annie Conroy and Officer
Thomas Meehan. a native of Moville, County.
Donegal. Ireland, aged 50 years.
tC^Frlends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral this day
(Monday), at 8:30 o'clock, from his late resi-
dence, 16 Federal street, thence to St. Bren-
dan's Church, corner of Fremont and Har-
rison streets, where a requiem mass will be
held for the repose of his soul, commencing
at 9 o'clock. Interment Mount Calvary Ceme-
F.. of A. — To the officers and members of
j Court Aurora No. 2. F. of A.: You are re-
quested to attend the funeral of our late
brother, P. McDevitt. from his late resi-
dence, 16 Federal street, this day (Mon-
day), at 8:30 o'clock. By order of
E. J. McDEVITT. Chief Ranger.
MATHER— In Binghamton, N. V., Annie Ses-
sions, wife of Mason W. Mather, a native of
(reinterment at Binghamton.
MACK— In this city, January 16. 1898, Francis
Joseph, dearly beloved and only son of Helen
and the late David Mack, a native of San
Francisco, aged 3 years.
MORAN— In the City and County Hospital,
January 16, IS9S, Frank Moran, a native of
Pennsylvania, aged 41 years.
PAZINI— this city, January 16. IS9S, Robert
J.. Infant son of Thomas John and Elizabeth
Pazinl. a native of San Francisco, aged 7
months and 11 days.
Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral this day
(Monday), at 2 o'clock, from the residence
of his parents, 228 Sixth avenue. Interment
Mount Calvary Cemetery.
QUIGLEY— In this city January 16. 1898, Ka-
tie Qulgley, beloved sister of Mrs. John Glb-
lln, and niece of Bridget Ouigley. a native of
the parish of Culdaff, County Donegal, Ire-
land, aged 26 years.
SANDERS— In this city. January 16, 1898.
Henry Sanders, beloved father of Mrs.
Adolph Blalch. and grandfather of Fred,
Adolph and Albert Blalch, a native of Au-
rich. Ostfriesland. Germany, aged 66 years 2
months and 16 days. A member of Gerznanla
Lodge No. 116, I. O. O. F.
C7"Frlend» and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral Wednes-
day, January 19. at 2 o'clock, from his late
residence. 1622 Larkin street, corner of Wash-
ington. Interment I. O. O. F. Cemetery. , .
SILVA— In San Leandro. January 16. IS9B, Re-
na, daughter of M. G. and Julia Sllva, aged
13 years 3 months and 1" days.
CTThe funeral will take place to-morrow
(Tuesday), at 10 a. m. • •
TRACEY— this city, January 16, IS9B. Pat-
rick, beloved husband of Ellen Tracey, a na-
tive of Boherbee, parish of Mullinahone,
County Tlpperary, Ireland, aged 49 years.
(T!7'FTiends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Tuesday), at 8:80 o'clock, from his .late resi-
dence, 2907 Harrison street, thence to St.
Peter's Church, where a solemn requiem
mass will be celebrated for the repose of his
soul, commencing at 9 o'clock. Interment
1 Holy Cross Cemetery.
TREDER— In this city, January 15. UK, Olga
Amanda Treder, dearly beloved daughter of
Otto and Louise Deicke, and sister of Mrs.'
Oscar Venitisch, Mrs. Dr. O. Miel of Den-
ver and Henry and Arthur Treder, a native
of Oshkosh. Wls., aged 26 years 10 months
and 17 days.
C^Friendfl and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Tuesday), at 2 o'clock, from the residence
of her parents. 11l Capp street, near Six-
teenth. Interment I. O. O. F. Cemetery.
TAYLOR— In West Berkeley. January 16, 1898,
Francis S. Taylor, a native of Vermont, aged
WEISMANN— Tn this city. January 16. 1898,
Elizabeth, dearly beloved wife of the late
John Weismann. and mother of Edward
Weismann, Mrs. John Roos of South Dakota.
John Weismann Jr. of Wisconsin and Law-
rence Weismann of Alaska, a native of Ger-
many, aged 67 years and 8 months.
Cy ßemains at the parlors of Gantner St
Guntz, 8 and 10 City Hall square.
WALL— In this city. January IS. IS9B. Thomas
H.. beloved husband of Alice Wall, a native
of Ireland, aged 59 years. (Charlestown, Bos-
ton, papers please copy). . . .
£7" Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Tuesday), at 9 o'clock, from his late resi-
dence, 1906 Leavenworth street, thence to St.
Bridget's Church, where a solemn requiem
mass will be celebrated for the repose of his
*oul. commencing at 9:30 a. m. Interment
Mount Calvary Cemetery. Please omit flow-
WILKE— In this city, January 16. IS9S, Katha-
rina Wl'.ke, a native of Germany, aged 68
years. ■ ■
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