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6AN FRANCISCO CALL.
BUSINESS OFFICE of th- Ban Franclwso
Call, corner of Market and Third street*, open
until 12 o'clock every night In the year.
BRANCH OFFICES— S27 Montgomery street.
corner Clay; open until 9:30 o'clock.
887 Hayes street; open until 9:30 o clocK.
621 McAllister street; open until 9:30 o'clock.
615 Larkin street; open until 9:30 o'clock.
1941 Mission street; open until 10 °' cl ° ck
22ei Market street, corner Sixteenth, open
until 9 o'clock. ■___
106 Eleventh street; open until » o clock.
2526 Mission street; open until 9 °' <_?<*-
NW. corner of Twenty-second and Kentucky
•treets. open until 9 o'clock. _____»«•____.
FIRST Church of Christ. SoU-ntlst. Central
block, 223 Sutler st between Ke *™> anu
Grant ave.-Chrtstian Science Bible lessons.
%_£* bu^ P^s h «f; |vlneTif
teeted." Sunday school for children U a^ m
Testimonial meeting Wednesday evening at
S o'clock. All are welcome. r
rTßST^Pr^byte^lan Church, Van Ness aye.
and Sacramento st.-Rev. Robert Mackenzie.
I) D.. will preach at 11 a. m. and Key - H - ".
Wintler at 7:46 p. m. Sunday school at 12 !.«
p. m. Y. P. S. C. K. at 6:30 p. m. All are
CAI-VAKY Presbyterian Church, cor Powell
C and Geary sts.-Rev. John Hemphill, D.D..
pastor. Services at 11 a. m. and i=« rf P V>J?"
Topic, afternoon, "Sin i>unlshment and Par-
don" Music, morning, anthem. • re pare Ye
the Way," Dr. Garnett. o , ttei 2, OTy •
Unto Me" (Lindsay); alto solo. Mrs. bedglej -
Reynolds. Music, afternoon: Ar.them, Bon-
um Est" (G). J- S Camp; offertory Praise
the Lord." George Rupers; bass solo. Mr. W.
C. Campbell. All are made welcome.
SIMPSON Memorial Methodist Episcopal
Church, cor. Hayes and Buchanan si s.-ReY.
John Stephens, pa.tor; residence^ 309 Halght
ft Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m. ll»«
pastor will preach at both services Topic
at 11 a m., "Why Did Christ Die?" and at
7-46 d m., -Every Man for Himself. Sunday
school at 12:30 p .m.; C. B. Perkins. «uperin-
tendent. Epworth _ League meeting at b.ju
p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at
7.45 p. m. The public cordially invited to all
the services of this church. Seats . free.
Ushers In attendance. ,
CENTRAL Methodist Episcopal Church, Mis-
sion St.. between Sixth and Seventh. Dr.
Charles Edward Locke, pastor, will preach.
Subject at 11 a. m.. "Methodism and Amen
ca " At 7:45 p. m., "General Shatter and the
Army Canteen." Sunday school, 1 p. m.. Mr.
R V Watt, superintendent; Christian En-
deavor, 6:15 p. m. ; seats free; all invited.
Midweek prayer service Wednesday, J . :4o p.
m: class . meetings. Sabbath, at -9:30 a. m.
and 12:30 p. m., and Thursday evening at 7:45.
Next Friday evening at the church Dr. Lock
will lecture on "The Parson: His Parish.
His Privileges and His Predicaments.
PLYMOUTH Congregational Church, Post st.,
near Webster— Services to-day at 11 a. m. and
7:45 p. m. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Rev.
F. B. Cherington, D.D., pastor, will preach
morning and evening. _J .' .
FIRST Congregational Church, corner Post and
Mason sts.. Rev. George C. Adams. D.D.,
pastor— Morning service. 11 o'clock. Rev. E.
S. Chapman. D.D.. superintendent of the
Anti-Saloon League, will preach. Evening
service. 7:45. Sermon by the pastor. Theme,
"Hedged Up With Thorns." Sunday school
end Bible classes at 12:45 p. m. Y. P. S. C. E.,
6:45 p. m. Samuel D. Mayer, organist and
choirmaster. ■• •
REORGANIZED Church of Jesus Christ, 320
Post st., organized by divine, command In
1830— Is the restoration of the gospel: Rev.
xlv:6-7. The "Messenger to prepare the way '
for the coming of Jesus Christ. Preaching,
11 a m. and 7:45 p. m. Strangers especially
Invited. All welcome. C. A. Parkin In
THE First Divine Science Church— M. E. . Cra-
mer pastor. Discourse at 11 a, m. subject
"I am the Door." Services every Sunday a
Yosemite Hall. Native Sons' building. Mason
St., bet. Post and Geary. Take elevator.
tied am r\y&n ;p_n
DIVINE services will be held by Rev. M. M.
Goldln on "The Coming of New Year's Day
and the Day of Atonement," at Mowry'
Opera Hall cor. Grove and Laguna sts., as
during the past years, with the greatest satis
faction. Tickets to be had from Rev. M. M
Goldln, 636 Hayes St., also on the following
' Sundays: August 28. September 4 and Sep-
tember 11. .hours 10 to 12 and 2 to 4 p. m., and
all day Friday. September 16, at the above
hall. Tickets, $1 and $1 50.
THEOSOPHICAL Society — Public ..lectures
every Sunday evening at 8 o'clock In Frater-
nal Hall, Odd Fellows' building. To-night
"Inspired Lives," by Mr. Charles P. Nellson
Lotus circle for children in same building at
2:30 p. m. Sunday. Lodge meetings every
Wednesday at 8 p. m. __
UNIVERSAL Brotherhood Lodge No. T. Theo-
sophical Society in America, International
Brotherhood League. Sl9 Market st.— Lecture
to-night. "Twelve Labors of Initiation," Mr«
F. E. Wait; Tuesday night, "Intuition"; Sat
urday night. "Law of Harmony."
"■ SUNDAY MEETINGS.
THE third annual convention of the California
State Spiritualists' Association will be held
In San Francisco on September 2, 3 and 4,
commencing Friday at 10 a. m.. at Occidental
• Hall, 305 Larkin St., where all -business ses-
sions will be held. The three evening and all
Sunday sessions will, be held in Metropolitan
Temple, on Fifth St., near Market. All ses-
sions free to the public. .
OAKLAND Psychical Society meets at Fra-
ternal Hall. Washington St., 8 p.- m. Memorial
services In honor of Mr. D. L. Shead of Ala-
meda will be held. Mme. Florence Montagu
will occupy the platform.
DR. M. MEULENBRUCH will not hold hall
meeting or Tuesday evening circle until fur-
ther notice, on account of overwork; office,
Brunswick Hotel, Washington and Ninth sts
Oakland. ■ ■
AT Dr. Rines' spiritual . society, 909 Market;
11. free; 2-8, 10c; Katie Heussmann. Barkley
Vigers; ninth anniversary September 7, 909
Market St.; all society welcome. ;
MME. FLORENCE MONTAGUE holds meeting
next Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock at Oc-
cidental Hall. 305 Larkin St., S. F. ; no fur-
ther notice. . _^
TEST meeting. 2 and 8 p. m.; 10c; 335 McAllis-
ter; Stitt, Nlta. Mrs. Bird. Hargrave, others.
LEANDER. the king of mediums; test circle
to-night; everyone gets a test. 508 Eddy st.
TEST meeting to-night. Sixth and .Market sts.;
Mesdames Robinson, Drew and Griffin; free.
MM]- YOUNG'S . convincing test circle to-
night, 10c. 605 McAllister St.; sittings to-day.
KATIE HEUSSMANN'S sittings dally. $1; test
circles Friday evening, 25c. 641 Jessie st.
C. V. MILLER, etherlallzing materializing se-
ance ; 8 p. . m. 60c. 409 Leavenworth st. ;
MRS. EGGERT AITKEN has moved to 120 Mo-
■ Ulster, flat No. 1; sittings dally.
OCCIDENTAL Lodge No. 22. F. and A. ■
. M.— Called meeting THIS (MONDAY) _J__
EVENING/a t 7:30 o'clock; second de- jKlf
gree. By^order of the W. M. /▼
G. W. ROOT, Secretary.
READ to-morrow's "Weekly Trestle « •
Board for Items of Masonic Interest. m^\ m
I cents at all news-stands, or |l per 1_ jf
year. ' /\T '
FIDELITY Lodge No. 222. I. O. O. __*H_Sk
F.— lnitiation MONDAY EVEN- _gS K^ l^_.
ING, August 29. All brothers "iSSJL'jO^
' are courteously Invited. '"w/rtvF^
JAMES A. WILSON. N. O.
C. H. KORNBECK, R. S. ' ..-..
FIDELITY Lodge No. 222. I. O. O. -MUjKff^
F. -Officers and members are re-
quested to assemble In your hall -3SJjK2HF
SUNDAY, August 28, at 1:30 p. --£w^
m., for the purpose of attending the funeral
of our late brother, HERMANN C. LIEB.
By order of JAMES A. WILSON. N. G.
C. H. KORNBECK, Recording Secretary.
CALIFORNIA Harbor No. 15, A. A. of M. and
■ P.— Officers and members are requested to at-
tend our next regular meeting MONDAY
EVENING. August 29. 1898, as , business of
Importance will come : before ; the harbor. -■■
2 LODGE rooms; all needed 'accommodations;
927 Mission. L. ALTSCHUL. 320 Clay st. .
DIVIDEND NOTICES. ~~
DIVIDEND Notice— Dividend No. 84~_<P'cenU
per share) of the Oceanic Steamship Company
will be payable at the office of the company,
327 Market St., on and after Thursday, Sep-
tember 1. 1898. " Transfer books will close on
Friday, August 26, 1898, at 3 o'clock p. m. -
. E. H. SHELDON, Secretary.
SPECIAL, NOTICES. , .
| BIDS wanted for bar and other privilege*, Jour^
ne-men Butchers' picnic and barbecue. Agri-
cultural : Park, San Jose, Sunday, ; September
11. - Bid« for bar and other privileges, : same
to include stands, booths, games, ■ slot . ma-
chines, etc.,' must b« separate and must ; be
accompanied by certified check. Bids will be
opened at Pythian Castle, 909 Market ■: st.,
Monday, August 20, 9, p. m.. In presence of
. bidders. The committee reserves the right to
reject any and all bids. ; ) -.' v : " ; i ; r
BABY boy for adoption. 1 year old. 20 Crescent
st., Oakland, Piedmont; get off Perry st. ....
BAD tenants ejected for $4; collections made;
city or country. -. PACIFIC COLLECTION
CO., 415 Montgomery St.. room 8; tel. 6580.-,
■ CEWING - MACHINES.
AUTOMATIC, ' Domestic, . Singer and White
cheap; repairing guaranteed. 1915 Mission st.
MONTHLY, rented; repaired, bought, sold;
. machine supplies. 146 Sixth ; r phone Mint 45.
- ALL kind* ; bought, ; sold, i. exchanged, i rented;
repairing at lowest . rate*. , £08 Fourth «t. ;-■
FIRST-CLASS help furnished promptly. C.
H. TAYLOR & CO.. 1023 Market, nr. Sixth.
JAPANESE Employment Bureau; Ideal help.
122 Golden Date aye.; telephone South 1.1.
COMPETENT Swedish second girl, beet of ref.
erence, desires a situation. J. F. CHOSJiIi
& CO., 316 Sutter at.
YOUNG German woman wishes position m
housekeeper in respectable family. Box l&ft.
EXPERIENCED dressmaker, perfect fl tter,
goes out at $1 50 per day. MRS. M. FU)H«,
661 Minna St., near Seventh. t
REFJNED German lady wants a situation as
lady's maid in refined American family, aq-
dress 946 Mission St., room^ll^
WANTED- By respectable woman, housekeep-
ing, nursing, sewing or chamber work; could
take entire charge of infant. Please call
1354 Eddy st.
NEAT and refined young lady desires situation
as nursery jroverness; rpealcs German; no ob-
jection to short distance In the country. Ad-
dress box 148. Call^ office.
BY New England woman, place as housekeeper
in small family, or care of Invalid. Address
I. W_ 116 Turk st;
WOMAN, understands German. Is a good cook,
neat and clean, wants situation In a small
family; no washing; good city reference. 12.
SWEDISH girl wants place for second work;
wages not below $20; best of references. Ad-
dress box 161. Call office.
MIDDLE-AGED woman wants plain sewing,
mending or companion to invalid. Address
MRS. M. C. box 158. Call office.
YOUNG lady with three years' experience
wishes a position as bookkeeper or cashier.
Address box 156, Call office.
WANTED— By Canadian Protestant woman,
cooking and housework In private family;
city or country. Call at 26 Hyde st.
OFFICE work; lady with practical experience
would like position as bookkeeper, cashier or
clerk ; will leave city. Box 162, Call offloe.
SEAMSTRESS with flrst-cla»s city references
desires a few more engagements; $1 per day;
suits, $3 50 up. Box 1»S, Call office.
JAPANESE girl wants situation in family to
do housework and plain cooking: wage* $15
per month. Box 168, Call office^
POSITION as private secretary, companion or
position of trust. Address box 174. Call office.
SWEDISH woman with city reference wishes
situation as cook in private family. Address
box 49, Call offloe.
WANTED— Work; will do nursing or do house
work by the day: good references; $1 per day
and car fare. Call at 433 Jessie St., between
Fifth and Sixth^
YOUNG woman will assist in exchange for
home with nice family. Box 51. Call office.
•WOMAN desires housekeeper's place; city or
country; no trlflers need apply. 1191 Market
St., corner Sixth, room 209^
WANTED — By Eastern trained nurse, aged 39,
permanent position as child's nurse; can take
complete charge, teaching. diet. excellent
seamstress; would wait on invalid; under-
stands massage; references; wages $25 month:
city or country. Call or address, three days.
Nurse. 610 Van Ness aye.
DRESSMAKER wishes engagements by the
day In family; terms $1 50 per day. Address
640 Chestnut st.
WOMAN wltb. a little child 8 years old wishes
situation: city or country- 504 Leavenworth.
MIDDLE-AGED woman wishes position as
housekeeper; city or country. Box 175. Call.
YOUNG woman would like chamber work and
sewing; city or country. Box 144. Call.
WORK by the day by a capable woman; wash-
Ing, sweeping and windows; $1 per day. Ad-
dress MRS. M.. box 176. Call.
SWEDISH woman wants washing and Iron-
ing by the day: $1 ."A Address 3255 Twenty-
second st.. near Valencia.
EXPERIENCED housekeeper wants position;
also experienced nurse; best of references
given. 658 Eighth St., Oaklanc^
SWEDISH widow would like a position aa
housekeeper In a widower's family. Address
J., box 2, Call office. Oakland.
THOROUGHLY reliable Eastern lady desires
position as housekeeper in gentleman's fam-
ily; references. Address F. W., box 9, Call
fOUNG woman wishes work by the day. week
or month: not afraid of work. Please call
at 212 Eighth st.
WIDOW with a child wants housekeeper's
place; small wages. 25 Decatur «., off Bryant.
SEAMSTRESS wishes to go out in family to
sew: 75c per day. 121 Bhotwell st.
DRESSMAKER f t' m the East; flrst-class cut-
ter and fitter: goes out by the day; makes a
suit in one day. 352 Fell St.
WOMAN wishes work by the day washing or
housecleaning: wages $1 a day and carfare.
Call or address MRS. McMKEKIN. 507 Birch.
WOMAN of experience wants any kind of work
by the day. 368 Linden aye.
A MIDDLE-AGED lady of education and re-
finement would like position as companion,
private secretary or any position of trust;
willing to travel. Box 194, Call Office.
MOTHER and daughter would likeaposition as
housekeeper in widower's family; no objec-
tion to children. Add. L. S., box 126, Post-
MIDDLE-AGED German woman wishes a situ-
ation as working housekeeper: is a good
plain cook; trlflers need not apply. Box 137,
A COMPETENT girl wishes a situation to do
general housework; ref.: wages $20 to $25. Call
376 Seventh St., near Broadway, Oakland.
A YOUNG girl would like a position as com-
panion, and to assist In housework. Address
E. D., box 126, Postofflce. Oakland.
GERMAN woman wishes situation at second
work, plain sewing, care of children; city or
country. 460 Jessie st.
A COMPETENT girl wishes a situation to do
general housework: ref.: wages $22 to $23. Call
736 Myrtle st., Oakland.
WOMAN wants any kind of work by the day;
housework or sewing. MRS. M. H., 2732 ft
GOOD competent girl would like situation;
general housework, cooking: small wash. 3255
Twenty-second St., near Valencia,
YOUNG woman wants to take care of child
nights or evenings. Box 745, Call Office.
COMPETENT American housekeeper or cook;
boarding-house or large family. 1016 Market.
MRS. RANCK. flrst-class ladies' nurse, with
best of references, wishes a few more en-
fagements. 152 Erie st.. bet. Thirteenth and
'curteenth. near Foleom.
MONEY on diamonds, sealskins, watches and
jewelry at UNCLE HARRIS. 15 Grant aye.
SITUATIONS WANTED— MALE.
CHINESE and Japanese (estab. 20 years) help;
tel. Main 1997. BRADLEY St CO.. «40 Clay st.
CHINESE and Japanese Employment Office;
best help. 414 ft O'Farrell at.; tel. East 426.
WANTED — By competent accountant and
stenographer, position with wholesale or
commission house; wages moderate; single
young man, not afraid of work of any kind;
best of references, bond, etc. ; main object op-
portunity for advancement. Address H., 411
MAN and wife wish positions In country; man
generally useful; wife as cook. Address 3?53
Mission; or wife as plain cook alone.
BOOKKEEPER, cashier, general office man,
desires position; experienced and reliable:
hlghegt references; salary moderate; age 35;
married. J. DOUGLASS. 241S Buchanan st.
EXPERIENCED gents' furnishing goods sales-
man wishes position; best references. Box 141,
YOUNG man of long experience In grocery
business desires position In wholesale or re-
tall store; best of references. Address box
163. Call office.
PAPER hanger, with tools, painter, etc.,
wants work; contract or piece work; best
references. ANTOINE, 237 Shipley st.
MAN and wife want work camp or fruit
ranch: both experienced. HANSEN, 550
ENGINEER; steam, gas or electric; light or
power. Box 170, Call.
FIRST-CLABS bartender wants steady Job;
last place 5 years; understands liquor busi-
ness too: best of references. Box 171, Call.
MAN and wife. German, like positions on milk
ranch or private family; all around handy;
good milker; wages moderate. E. D.. box 113
MAN about 28 wishes position aa porter: ex-
perienced; refs. If necessary. Box 50, Call.
AMERICAN man and wife want situations as
cooks in campa or ranch work. Call or ad-
dress D., 797 ft Stevenson at.; best reference.
HOUSE and sign painter wishes position In
wholesale house at ' $12 per week. Address
box 153, Call office.
STEADY young man wishes situation as coach-
man, stableman or about place: thoroughly
understands care of horses; city or country.
Address box 147. Call office.
MARRIED man Is desirous of any kind of
steady work; painter and paperhan^er by
trade: can furnish tools; sober and Indus-
trious; best of references. L. B. WOODD,
MAN and wife with child 12 years wants a
position on a ranch, wife to do cooking; man
to do general farm work. Apply 929 Howard.
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, SUNDAY, AUGUST 28, 1898.
SITUATIONS WANTED — Continued.
GERMAN gardener, , thoroughly •- understands
propagating, landscape and greenhouse work,
wiehes • situation on a private place; ' refer-
ences. Address MULLER. box 138. Call of flee.
STEADY s: young i man wishes : situation as
coachman, stableman or " man about place,
thoroughly understands care of horses; city
or country. „ Box 197. Call Office.
SOBER middle-aged i man wants position •» In
small ■ hotel : or restaurant as diswasher,
kitchenhand or to make beds: last place five
years. Address : A. S.. box 1176. Call office.
YOUNG man, 20 years old, wishes place where
' he can take : care of horses and cows and
make himself generally useful about place.
Box - 140, , Call .. office. : , ' ■
ENGLISH ' coachman; thoroughly experienced
man; understands butler's • valet's duties; 5
years servant general officer cavalry; 5 years'
American references; could take full charge
private place; city or country. Box 86, Call.
A RELIABLE experienced driver desires situa-
tion to drive and care for team In any kind
of business; city reference*. ; Address box 29.
■ 102 O'Farrell st. - • -■■> ■■ '•' ,' '■
ELECTRICIAN, good wireman, understands
running engines and dynamos, wants work.
Box 128, Call office. ____
WOULD like \ situation as clerk either in
; wholesale or retail grocery or meat store; 2ft
years' ' experience; member of 'I. O. O. F.
Box 199, Call.
YOUNG man (19V4) wishes employment In some
shop; has had experience at lathe work. Box
189. Call. ■"-. - . •••.■-. .' ' ''-'"••• ■■
YOUNG man with good references desires po-
sition In private place as gardener and man
about place. Address J. D.. box 6, Call Office.
Oakland. ■ ' - ' '■'-' -
COMPETENT Japanese cook desires position
in private family; plain and fancy cook : first-
class references. Address HARRY. 936 Sac-
ramento st. _____ . * • _
INDUSTRIOUS German gardener; understand*
the care of lawn, flowers, horses and cows;
reference; private family: small wages and
good home. Box 220, Call Office.
MONEY on diamonds, sealskins, watches and
Jewelry at UNCLE HARRIS' 15 Grant aye.
WINCHESTER House. 44 Third St.. near Mar-
ket: 200 rooms: 25c to $150 night; $160 to $«
week: convenient and respectable; rre« bus
and baggage to and from ferry. ■ ••-■■ __j___
HELP WANTED— FEMALE. :
FOR country, cook, 2 in family, some house-
work. $25; second - girl and sewing, same
house. $20; 2 German and Scandinavian sec-
and girls. $25; 3 cooks. $25 and $30; 8 wait-
resses, $20 and $25; and a great many girls
for housework. J. F. CROSETT & CO.. 316 j
■ Sutter st: ■ ■ . ■ ■' "'■ ■ ;
GIRL for housework, 2 in family, $25; 3 Ger-
man, Scandinavian and American second
girls $20; 4 cooks. $25 and $30; 2 German and
Frenqh nurses. $20; laundress. $25; 2 cooks
smalf hotels, $26; 6 waitresses, $20, $5 and $6
week: and a large number of girls to fill our
numerous situations. J. F. CROSETT & CO..
81C Sutter St. . ' ' ,
WANTED— good woman cook for a ranch,
San Mateo Co.; $30 per month; references re-
quired; this Is a first-class place. Apply
MURRAY & READY. 634 and 636 C a y st.
FIRST-CLASS cooks, nurses, maids, 'laun-
dresses of any nationality, - with the best of
city references: ladles please call. LEON
ANDRE. 316 Stockton st. .......
WANTED— experienced nurse (Pro-
testant), with city references, to take care of
2 children; state wages. ; Address _. ±1.. f. <j.
box 2655, city. ' ______
GIRL, cook, plain . washing; wages $20; refer-
ences. 134 South Broderlck st., oft Haight
and Baker. • ,
OPERATORS on gent's white shirts. ROGER-
SON' S. 635 Valencia st.
FIRST-CLASS ladies' tailor to take charge of
parlors; ref.; state salary. Box 878, Call.
WANTED— A waitress, German preferred, at
1923 Flllmore st. ■
WANTED— Experienced operators to work on
flannel overshirts and drill clothing. Stand-
ard Shirt Factory. Gough and Grove sts.
YOUNG woman to do general housework. Ap-
ply 129 Perry st. ■ - . • ■
WANTED— A housekeeper of experience. 1191
Market St., cor. Sixth, room 209.
APPRENTICE wanted for hair work at 111
Stockton st. G. LEDERER.
FOUR waitresses, $20; eleven girls for general
and second work. 1023 Market st. -
GIRL for housework, small family, no wash-
ing, no children, good home, $8 a month. 618
Flllmore St.. near Hayes. ■
WANTED — Women and girls to work on fruit.
876 San, Jose . aye. . -:'"•' - ■ -
WANTED— Apprentice for dressmaking; good
opportunity for girl. Call l3o4.Larkln at. __
THE McDowell Dressmaking and Millinery
School is the only , successful school of I its
kind on the coast; we teach the cutting, mak-
ing, trimming and fitting of stylish hats and
dresses: all are Invited to visit our school;
patterns cut to order 25c up; pupils work for
themselves; positions free. 113 Post st. ■ .
APPRENTICE and errand girl for dressmak-
ing; Monday morning. 1217 Sutter st.
WANTED— Apprentice I girl .to sew. 118 Mc-
Alllster st. '
WAITRESS— Howard #t., near Sixth.
WANTED — Good strong girl for chamberwork;
no waiting table. Call 326 Eddy st.
GIRL for general housework. • 1431 Webster it.
WOMEN and girls to . work on fruit. Apply
CODE-PORTWOOD CANNING CO.. Tenth
and Bryant its.
WANTED— Operators on flannel overshirts: a
few Inexperienced hands taken and taught.
j LEVI STRAUSS it CO., 36ft Fremont st.
WANTED— A girl for general housework at
1626 Vallejost. .
NEAT respectable German girl wanted for
general housework. Apply 3696 Seventeenth.
LEARN dressmaking and millinery; positions
free; patterns. 25c up. McDowell's, 103 Post.
MONEY on diamonds, sealskins, watches and
'ewelry at UNCLE HARRIS. 15 Grant aye.
HELP WANTED— MALE.
BLACKSMITH and woodworker, country shop,
$40 and found; 60 laborers, etc., for the mines,
$160 to $2 50 per day: 10 laborers, city work,
$175 day; ranch teamsters and 25 ranch
hands $20 and $26 and found. MURRAY &
READY, 634 and 636 Clay st.
GOVERNMENT w0rk ......... Government work
....'.......Wanted. 10 stonemasons for — .......
Government work, at — — ...........$4 20 day
See superintendent at our office, 10 a. m.
Monday. MURRAY - READY, 634 and 636
Clay st; ".•• __ - ■
WANTED— men to take a contract to dig a
well. MURRAY & READY. 634 and 636 Clay.
JOHN DYER and wife, please report. MUR-
RAY & READY. 634 and 636 Clay st.
MEN and boys wanting work, read thi5........
. :..;.............. .Wanted, 250.....;.......
Men and strong boys, no experience required, \
to pick grapes for the best and largest vine-
: yard companies In California, ■■' at ' $24 per
month and found; greatly reduced fares;
! ■cheap railroad rate^. 1
...■........" ....We also want
' For a large orchard . company, 25 men and
strong boys to pick and pack all kinds of
fruits and* grapes etc., at $23 per month and
found: 75c fare.- MURRAY & READY, 634
and 636 Clay st. .; ■- . ■ - .
RAILROAD WORK ...... RAILROAD WORK
- ...... ... . free faro . . . '...; free , fare s . . .".*:. ....
.wanted to go to-day, 25 2-horse scraper team-
. sters. $25 and found and free fare. -,.■...-■
■A We also want for other raiiroad; work .
50 2 and 4-horse teamsters..
................ 25 plow/holders
■-.-. . : . . . . CO pickers ........" .........
MURRAY & READY,6 34 and 636 Clay st.
EXPERIENCED man to boss a raisin picking
gang for a large orchard and vineyard com-
pany; . also i for same ; place a man for the
drying yard, one who understands curing and
- dipping prunes and a sultana dipper. MUR-
RAY A READY. 634 and 636 Clay St.
chef cook, small neat ■ restaurant, ; $66 - and
found; 8 cooks, ; different country .. hotels, '■■ $50.
$40 and ; $33 and found; camp cook, ; $30 and
found ......:. ."..........;
bakers wanted .:...... ;..'..... ..........:v..Y.
for a nice country shop near city, a baker at
$40 - and found: s'< bakers, different . country
4 hotels. $40. $35 and $30 and f0und..........
: " waiters ■, wanted ; . .." ..1..:'...:.. .'..\.'.~..'. .'.. ."V". ... . .. .
6 : waiters. . different .' country hotels,', $25 and
found; also restaurant , and boarding 'house
- waiters s and " dishwashers -. for - different city
nnd country hotels; waiter for mine boarding
house, $25 and found. MURRAY & READY,
634 and 636 Clay st. , ; , , - - ' __^^
WANTED : for V a.'i small hotel, , short ,• distance
• from city— Young : man "as s night clerk, •. tend
1 bar, etc.. $25 and found; porter, country. hotel.'
north, $20 and found: ; barber I for a country
i ; shop. MURRAY.& READY, 634 and 636 Clay.
I WE want 1mmediate1y ;■..;..:.".... ..:".....;."......■.'..
''■ ■ for ' one i of >, the i largest ranches i in- the • State
' 10 teamsters j'.. ;:.."..... ;..... :....".525 and found
' 6 4-hor»e Fresno scraper teamsters for build-
' ing ditches and ; levees,; $25 ' and i found. \ steady
work on : this ■ ranch '.year around. MURRAY
. ; 6 READY. 634 and '. 636 Clay st. , ; , y ■;, .. . ft /
WANTED— German cook," $60; i broiler. $50: cook;
■ .-mail hotel, $?0: Japanese cook for family, $40;
' ! - waiter. v $35:; dishwasher. > $25; . young; man - who
i \'>. understands; bottling wine and dressing bot-
:"■:' ties,"' country ; • man , handy j with .X. K - tools, ■;■, wine
j ■ ■■': cellar. : country : etc. ANDRE'S, 816 Stockton.
I WANTED— A blacksmith : for 'a y ship, i* good
j wages/; at HERMAN'S, 26 St«uart;Bt. , -.
A^TO^AY Tunday^-^ -office, open
: from 10 to 12 o'clock — — ".„ .:"''''?
25 two-horse railroad teamsters, $26 a month
. and board j — — ~ - ™_ '"A
15 shovelers, $1 75 a day ~ r " ee ia^
6 railroad tunnelmen — — 7^7*i £.£ ■» "
. ■ C. R. HANSEN & CO.. 104 Geary st.
WANTED— Jobbing . blacksmith and shoer. $2
and board call at 10 o'clock to-day. J. F.
CROSETT & CO.. 628 Sacramento st. •
OFFICE opened from 10 to 12 to-day;^ drillers
' and muckers, $2 50 and $2 a day. R. T. WARD
& CO., 608-610 Clay st. :, ,
WANTED-Men to take up a few advertislnir
and ■ street schemes; never worked on the
• Coast; no medicines or soap; » ncloBe '-„„?!
3. with full instructions ; - nrst -in the field
'makes the money: no capital: Just the thing
for fairs. . J. C. WILSON, General Delivery.
San Francisco. " ' ' '
WANTED-A reliable girrfor upstairs work
must be. willing, quick and neat Apply, stat-
ing wages. •L. H. , P. O- box _^_ c !l_______
YOUNG man .to do of flee work; must under-
stand bookeeplng. FINK & SCHINDLEK,
1809 Market st. .
STRONG boy. one who has .h. h » d experience in
packing furniture preferred. Apply 21 Is ew
Montgomery at., Monday, between 9 and 12.
BOOKKEEPER with $l£o as partner in estab-
l ished business : ■ plain set of books , $s>o per
month; short hours. Address P. O. box 403.
San Rafael, Cal. ' - —
AN American milker; sixteen cows, four horses,
other chores; to industrious ( man $25 per
month; dairy near city. Ellis Bakery cor.
- Second and Stevenson st.. 10 a. m. Monday.
MEN wanted, salary, expenses; to travel, se-
cure services first-class salesmen sell goods
largest manufactory in world; first-class ref-
erences required. W. F. MAIN CO.. lowa
City, lowa. , - —
$9 TO 118 weekly; men, women, children mak-
ing less, immediately -end stamp tor con-
. tract work at home; no canvassing :. experi-
ence unnecessary; permanent. Excelsior Mfg.
Co.. 1164 Broadway, N. Y.
SOLICITOR who travels wanted to take .side
line requiring little time. Address Medical
Sentinel, Portland. Or. ; ;
WANTED— Tinner who can do plumbing: coun-
try Job. Apply GEORGE .H. TA\ CO.. 61
First st. - ■ ' ■ -■
GOOD tinsmith and . lampmaker wanted. 685
Mission st. ; .... ' • ■ ■ -
MAN to teach Spanish and other branches In
. High School; afeo an assistant In college for
chemistry and pharmacy. 420 Parrott bldg.
COATMAKER for country. . Apply REISS
BROTHERS. 24 Suttter st.
GERMAN, must be good milker, handy with
. tools, work on ranch. 239 Post St.. room 6.
WANTED— ; dishwasher. Apply I Jack-
son st. ■ . ■ " - ' •
THOROUGHLY competent dry goods man for
country store; a single man of good appear-
ance and recommendation desired. Apply box
151. Call office. _^ - ,
WANTED— Boy with some experience in manu-
facturing jewelry. Apply to C. H. YOUNG,
room 34, Thurlow block. Kearny st. |
EXPERIENCED advertising solicitor, this city;
one willing to take board and room as part i
pay. Address, stating experience «id refer-
ences, E. 8.. box 135. Call office.
WANTED— strong boy to learn the baker
trade. 2757 Twenty-fourth St., between York
and Hampshire. ' __
ELDERLY man to cook for 2 or 3 men, Jo.
60*. Haight st. . - .
WANTED— first-class haircutter ; who thor-
oughly understands hair curling. 24 Geary.
WANTED— man to help around restaur-
ant kitchen. 1416 Howard st.
PERMANENT salesman to consumers; city
and country; salary or commission. 1155 Mis-
sion st. • ____
FIRST-CLASS dry. goods salesman: must also
be a window dresser; for Honolulu;; refer-
ences. Address 11., box 7, Call office. Oaklnd.
WANTED— Photographer; a good retoucher and
finisher. Box 183, Call office.
WANTED— 2 first-class cutters. Apply SIEBE
SHOE CO., 23 Jessie st. ' -
WANTED— clothing salesman; must
be good stockkeeper. RAPHAEL'S. v
MEN and women to ! learn barber trade at San
. Francisco Barber College, 13Sft Eighth st.
RECRUITS wanted for the United States ma-
rine corps. United States navy; able-bodied,
unmarried men, between the ages of 21 and
80 years, who are citizens of , the United
States, or those who have . legally declared
their Intention to become such; must be of
good character and habits and able to speak,
read and write English, and be between 5
feet 5 inches and 6 feet in height. For further
nation apply at the recruiting office, 30
• Ellis m.. San Francisco. Cal. ;-, : . ■ —
WANTED— Laborer- and mechanic- to know
that Ed Rolkin. Reno House proprietor, still
runs Denver House. 217 Third st. : 150 large
rooms; 2r.c per night: $1 to $3 per week.
WANTED— Men to learn barber trade; short-
est time: easy terms. 1542 Mf Met at.
MONEY on- diamonds, sealskins, watches and
Jewelry at ■UNCLE HARRIS. 15 Grant aye.
MEN'S fine calf shoes to order, •$2 50: men's
soling, 25c; only one price. 923 Howard st. •
T. J. HEINZ, 630 Market St.. official em-
ployment sec. of. Barbers* Protective Union.
BARBERS' Progressive Union; free err.ploy-
m't. H. Bernard. Sec. 104 7th; tel. Jesslt 1164.
BARBERS' Ass'n Free Employm't: Office. 8.
FUCHS.' Sec, 325 Grant aye. ; tel. Grant 136.
SAILORS, ordinary seamen, carpenters, coast.
Australia. Europe. HERMAN'S. 26 Steuart.
MEN to learn barber trade In 8 weeks. San
■ ; Francisco Barber College. 138 ft Eighth st.
SAILORS and ■ ordinary seamen wanted at
LANE'S, 604 Davis St.. near Jackson. ; ' , ;
SINGLE furnished, fine, large, sunny and airy
room. 25c night. Roeedale House. 3.1 Ellis st.
TRY Acme House. 957 Market St.. below Sixth.
for a room: 25c a night; $1 a week.
WANTED— collect wages due laborers and
clerks. Knox Collection Agency, 110 Suttar at.
BINGLE rooms. 10c and 15c night; 75c and $1
week. Llndell House. Sixth and Howard »U.
WINCHESTER HOUSE. 44 Third ' St.. near
Market: 200 rooms, 25c night; reading-room;
frof 'bus and bai:t. r to and from the firry.
~ AGENTS XV ANTED.'" ~
MANUFACTURERS of the only absolutely
non-gumable mucilage bottle In the world
wants general agents. in every county and
State: exclusive territory: big profits; sample
20c. Call or address NELS A. LYBECK &
CO.. 606 Fourth st., San Francisco. ; •
WANTED— Canvassing agents to work on sal-
ary. Apply room 2. 11- Taylor St.. Monday.
AGENTS. to handle a quick-selling novelty of
merit. Greater West Adv. & Novelty Co.,
115.->'<, Washington ft.: Oakland. Cal.
' ; FURNITURE WANTED.
CASH for fixture*!, groceries, furniture, mer-
chandise; sold on commission; reasonable. E.
COHN, auctioneer, 480 Seventh. Tel. Mint 1904.
H BAUM buys furniture and general mer-
Tin no 1 iff". ■ IT7 MwrkPt ft.: tel .Tpbslp 32.
' ■ - ROOMS WANTED. .
LARGE or 2 small rooms; unfurnlshediexcept
carpet or matting: north Market, central.
Address box 54. Call office. - ...
ROOMS AND BOARD/ WANTED.
YOUNG man wants room, with breakfast , and
dinner, in private family; ..references ,"ex-
changed; state terms. .Box 164. Call ____«.
YOUNG man : board In private family; Folsom
or bet, !>th & 11th: lowest terms. Box ISO. Call.
-. W ANTED— MISCjSLLANhiOUS: -" ; ~"
SCRAP pictures: ■ a miscellaneous collection to
paste In a scrap book: all -kinds wanted; no
r' war pictures; how i many have you? Also
theatrical ■? programmes: state . lowest price
v for the lot. Address box 142. Call office.
WANTED— SmaII safe; also large ■ safe, with
. steel chest, iW. ' A. D./ box 159. ' Call office.
HARP, double action, -cheap. Box ■ 167, Call
office. ■-.-- r ■ '.:-"■" '■ - : ' :"': "'- -:r: r '- ■ ■ ■ ; - " -
PHOTOGRAPHIC and stereoptlcon apparatus;
second-hand. 420 Grove st. .■.•-■•■■■■ .--'■ ■>■»-:■
WANTED- Skirts jto : make; prices, silk skirt,
French style, finish, i $1; woolen, 750 and 65c
327- Franklin St., corner Grove. .• . - r..-■■■'■r ..-■■■'■ 7 .'-;)-
PHOTOGRAPHIC and '-.' magic ; lantern appa-
'■->rwtui» Femnrl-hand. 109 Montgomery st.
V.. : -.' : .-" ::■■. HORSES. , v y: ':,'':'..'-;.-,^-: y .
t-A^^EB^nrnent of work, draught and~drfy^
: .: ing; horses, cheap. 145 Valencia st.^' -;
40 HORSES i for sale ; also wagons, : buggies,
carts, harness ; : ? Grand *; Arcade ; Horse Mar-
ket. 327 Sixth: 'auction ? pales > every , Wednes-
' day. SULLIVAN; & DOYLE. Auctioneers. ,; -;;.
CAMP wagons.", buggies, wagons, harness of all
; ; kinds: - 40 .horses: ; must sell. ■ Emporium Sales
' Ynrds. 220 Valencia * st. 'ii__^_J^______________
WAGONS AND CARRIAGES.
FOR ■ sale— Business buggies and ■ carts; cheap.
.' 903 ' Golden ; Gate aye. y ;■>.-. ; -: "■ j- -i U.- r ■;:
FINE laundry, bakers' ! and milk wagons : cheap
for cash or Installments; s 1 fine top and open
•'/■ buggy ; , also 1 ■ hack. li B2B Harrison , st. ;,;;^ ■ --■-..
SPECIAL sale of ■ harness • and ; vehicles. '■ Lie-
bold Harness Co.. 211 Larkin, opp. City Hall.
::'->: :'->K '■■-'.:■ "*:. :.,; ; bicycles! ...-;;."_; y.-_
l IWILL > sell 16 1 new » 1897 high-grade ■■ bicycles
t :- (sold In 1897 . for •. $100) tat * $29; . biggest s bargain
of the year; first cor_e. first served. .' JOSEPH
HOI.LE, Twentieth ; and - Folsom ■ sts. - v ;
:: V.' " ' '"• ' ' : ; ■-'- ;;-" : :' ' ■■ '' ' . ■ ; ' . ■. ' .; .
KNOW THY FATE I
BY THE GREATEBT
CLAIRVOYANT ON EARTH,
MRS. DR. F. CLARK.
Every person la especially adapted to some
particular business, profession or trade, which
may Justly be termed hia true vocation, and
yet more than half of you are fighting agalnat
an unknown fate for fame, fortune and posi-
tion, which you do not and cannot obtain un-
til you find your true vocation.
EXPERIENCED WHILE PASSING INTO A
As I have been asked so often in regard to
the sensation* experienced by me while passing
from a normal state into a deep trance, and
as an explanation to eaoh inquiring visitor, I
submit the following, and. thereby give the en-
tire publlo the benefit of this knowledges
In the first place It la n*oe«sary for the vis-
itor for whom I am sitting to maintain a strict
silence. „ A few passages of my - hand across
my forehead places me In a dazed condition,
such as one experiences when very drowsy and
finds it very difficult to keep awake, or while
gas or chloroform Is administered. At this stage
I become motionless for a moment, which la
And while In this state I only get lmpr«*siona
such as you would experience ' while only doa-
lng, and have those restless, fitful dreams.
While* in a semi-trance I only see thing! in-
distinctly, and can tell nothing with any re-
liability— and I will mention here that most
mediums who style themselves clairvoyant* are
only capable of getting Into a semi-trance, and
have not the power to go Into a deep trance,
and as such a medium's readings and predic-
tions prove unsatisfactory the public loses faith
In all. But there Is as much difference In the
predictions of the deep or , perfect trance me-
dium and the semi-trance a* there Is In reading
an open. book In daylight and trying to guess
its contents in darkness. While I am passing
from the semi-trance to the
A cold chill passes over me; a dull pain seems
to go through my temples; a feeling as if suf-
focating, and the object* which were dimly
seen while In the seml-tranoe disappear, and
I am then sensible to nothing save the most
profound darkness an! a dull, faint, ringing
sound. This state lasts only a few seconds,
then gradually I feel the most delicious sensa-
tion ever experienced by mortal. Faint flashes
of light then begin, and continue to' increase
in number, magnitude and brilliancy until a
most beautiful halo of all colors seems to cover
the entire face of the earth. Gradually ; this
halo gives place to pure daylight. My control
takes full possession of me and unfolds every
event in the past, present and future life of
the person for whom I am sitting. Sometimes
I can remember what I have seen in a trance,'
but very seldom. The difference In the • semi-
trance and the deep-trance medium is ' very
great. There are more than 1000 of these semi-
trance mediums In the United States, nearly
all of whom are only capable of j going . into a
semi-trance. Bine* arriving here I have learned
that, there has been a number, of . people who
call themselves trance clairvoyants and ■ me-
diums, but all of whom . are . known : to . me -to
be only semi-trance , mediums ' and could . not
foretell an event with any degree of accurate-
ness If their lives depended upon it. , The semi-
trance Is very easy ,to get , Into and can* be
taught In a very short time, but the deep
trance is only attained after much pain and an
almost superhuman exertion of will power,: and
can only be reached by those who are born
with a veil and cannot be taught. There are
only three other deep-trance mediums now liv-
ing besides myself, all of whom are in Europe.
* - <c
THIS WONDERFUL CLAIRVOYANT
Has been located In this city for several years
and Is . not ' compelled to seek other locations.
SHE HAS STOOD THE TEST AND IS HERE
Call and test the doctor to your heart's con-
tent, and you will depart thoroughly satisfied
that there is at least one reliable medium and
clairvoyant now in ' your" midst. Nothing In
life is too obscure for Mrs. Dr. Clark to reveal.
If you have lost faith and given up to de-
spair because of former failure, take courage
now and call on MRS. DR. CLARK without
delay. Conviction will be sure and happiness
and success will follow. ■ > '
Office hours 10 to 6 dally.
Send stamp for circular with special term*.
MRS. DR. F. CLARK. '
1206 Market st.,, opposite Sixth.
* Rooms 28 and 26. V Take Elevator.
Cut This Appears Sunday .- Only.
i — —
Know Thy Fate.
YOUR DESTINY FORETOLD
The World's Greatest
And Exponent of
The Occult Sciences.
PROF. H. ROMAINE,
The Oriental Seer,
LATE OF INDIA.
All His Patrons Are Delighted
And Pronounce His Work-
The fact that Prof. Romalne has been promi-
nently before the public for fourteen consecu-
tive years, and stands to-day without a stain
or blemish upon his reputation. Is the best evi-
dence that could be offered in proof of pure mo-
tives and honest methods In business dealings.
•THEY THAT BTAND HIGH
HAVTB MANY BLASTS TO SHAKE THEM."
Prof. Romalne has stood the storm of Inves-
tigation, inspired and prosecuted to the end by
the leading scientists of the present age; has
calmly and patiently borne the treacherou*
blasts of envy and Jealousy, and is firmly and
irresistibly Intrenched in th» hearts of his fel-
low-cltlzens. This honor, this knowledge, he
prizes more than gold.
THE GREATEST TRUTHS ARE THE
SIMPLEST; SO ARE THE GREATEST MEN.
Those who call upon this noted clairvoyant
are received always without ostentation and
with no attempt to mystify. No dark rooms,
no burning candles, no useless incense. Such
humbuggery and charlatanism he despises, and
is most emphatic and severe In his denunciation
of those who seek to Impose upon the puMlc by
It is a matter of history from the remotest
ages to the present time that the higher sources
of knowledge and rplrltua! guidance have shaped
the destinies of the greatest individuals and
nations. There are few who possess occult
power sufficiently to enable them to give a tot-
rect forecast of the futurr. To Prof. Romalne
nature has been most kind, bequeathing to h:m
that rare gift which enables him to read the
lives of men as clearly as an open scroll, point-
ing out the many faults and difficulties which
have kept them from success, which. In many
cases, can be remedied through their own ef-
Fully recognizing the power conferred upon |
him, his aim has been to reflne. develop and
uplift it to that degree of scientific accuracy j
that its benefits may devolve to the advance-
ment of humanity.
His claims to recognition are based upon over-
whelming evidence. He does not make them in
the spirit of a braggart, but In all due modesty
is fully confident of his ability to verify the
truth of his assertions.
So extraordinary are his marvelous tests of
the wonders and powers of clalrvoyancy that
they must be witnessed to be believed.
He tells the full name of every caller.
Tells pames of your friends.
Tells you what you called for.
Tells all about your business affair*.
All about your love affairs.
Causes speedy marriages.
Reunites the separated In seven day*.
Locates buried treasure in 5 day*.
Locates mines and valuable ores.
Recovers old estates and valuable papers.
Removes evil Influences, bad habits, etc.
Gives good luck in all your undertakings.
In any at the Above Work
Or Money Refunded.
Being a Master, He Never Fails.
His parlors are always filled with anxious
people talking reliable information, and every
reply is most gratifying: all are pleased. His
knowledge of human nature comes to him In-
tuitively and from world-wide experiences. This
far-seeing and clear-sighted man is the only
American authority on Oriental mysticism, and
possesses occult force beyond the power of lan-
guage to express.
He understands the methods of generating and
increasing the magnetic or psychological powers
within the human body, as practiced by the
Mahatmas of India. This power Is the one great
element In nature upon which every one's suc-
cess depends. The principle of life— the foun-
tain-head of all existence — all possess It to a
certain degree; and It is interesting to note
that the most successful people are those who
possess the greatest amount of this force. One
of its many principles consists in mind attract-
ing mind by its own volition, aided by the mag-
netism of the systPm. Any one possessing this
psychological power can cause others to receive
any impressions of esteem, love. awe. confi-
dence or respect. They can do more in busi-
ness transactions, sales, deals, speculations,
gaining friends and obtaining favors than the
combine* efforts of a dozen persons who use
only argument and obliging manners.
Professor Romaine's readings are always cor-
rect and satisfactory- So sure Is he of his
power to accomplish all that he undertakes that
he oftentimes awaits results before asking com-
pensation for his services. He holds flattering
testimonials from prominent residents of this
cltv and Indorsements from eminent people and
the press from all parts of the world, which are
proof positive of his ability and sincerity of
If you are unsuccessful, or wish to better
your condition in life, he can help you.
All business sacredly confidential.
Satisfaction guaranteed by mall.
Letters Inclosing stamp answered.
Hours— lo a. m. to Bp. m.; Sundays. 10 to 3.
(Suite 104, First Floor.)
(Cut this notice out and save it for future
reference; it appears to-day only.)
ATTENTION 25c 25c
A Wonderful Gift, Possessed Alone
By DOCTOR FLORENCE DU VALL,
World-acknowledged authority on palmistry,
occult science and spirit power, who is in this
city direct from her permanent headquar-
ters'ln LONDON. ENGLAND.
To Show Her Phenomenal Power
Will reduce her lowest fee to
25c FOR ONE WEEK.
Regular fee positively $2 and $3 afterward.
Private parlors, 332 Stockton st. Hours, 10
a. m. to 8 p. m. Open Sundays.
N. B.— Lucky days astral colors and gems
with print of hand given.
MME. PORTER, wonderful clairvoyant and
card reader: born with double veil and second
sight; diagnoses disease: full life reading; la.
60c; gents sl; palm, and clair. sit. 11 60. 126 Turk.
MME. EMMET, clairvoyant, card reader,
scientific palmist; 26c and 50c. 148 Sixth st..
MRS. ANGUS, clairvoyant, card reading and
palmistry; trutii or no pay: 25c. 321H Seventh.
MISS MELVILLE, great clairvoyant and water
reader. 921>4 Mission st. ; German spoken.
MME. HANSON, palmist, card reader: past,
present and future; 25c. 148 ~iith St.. room 10.
MME. MOREAU. best medium and card
reader: 25c up. 73 Fourth st., near Mission.
MME. RAVENA reads life fluently: business
advice; names given; 25c up. 5 Fourth st.
MRS. DR. RAMONDT— Your fortune told by
chlrography. *1 and $2. 109 Grant aye., room 2.
SONORA RAMONA. medium and card reader;
10c; ladles only. 23 Ash aye.
MRS. B. BAUMANN. the well-known fortune
teller, has opened an office at 315 O'Farrell st.
MME. SYBILLE, cradle to grave; future hus-
bnnd'w picture. 25c: ladles. 914 O'Farrell st.
MRS. J. J. WHITNEY, trance test medium
and life reader; also medical clairvoyant;
treats with revealed remedies; removes can-
cer without pain; treats all diseases: private
sittings $1; by letter $2. Office, 232 Stockton.
M. FRANCES. Independent slate-writing me-
dium. 118 Hatght st.
O. A. KRAUS. medium: astrology and palmis-
try; sittings daily. 334 Eddy st.
MRB. ELLIS, medium. 238 Valencia st. ; read-
lngs. tl; clr. Tues.. Fri.. 2 p. m.; Mon. 8; 25c.
MRS. BHAFFBR, test and business medium;
| sittings dally. 212H Sixth st.
■ R.i iiHvnYiNTS- Continued, j^_
OMAR! THE^C^ULT^O^EK. °*A RI
THE OCCULT WONDER.
OF THE RECOGNIZED LEADER «*
OF CLAIRVOYANCE AND OCCULT WCI-
ALWAYS SEE THE BEST.
EDDY 5T.— 325.
OMAR'S MARVELOUS TESTS.
Gives Full Name of Every Ca lle jv
Names of Your Sweetheart or HusbanC
$500-CHALLENGE FOR AN EQUAL-» 500.
Since my arrival In San Francisco many
P«tenders have tried to Imitate me in
many ways. Some are even brazen enough to
mislead the. public by copying my advertise-
ments* and not being able to satisfy their pa-
trons, reflect contumely on those who are abU
Professor Omar advertise* nothing but what
he can. do. He will not accept a fee In ad-
vance-he will convince you he is the superior
of any medium. in San Francisco or make no
charge. ; '
Do you wish to know facts you should know?
If you will succeed In your undertakings?
If you will win your lawsuit?
• If your domestic troubles: will soon, end?
If you would obtain • your ambition?
% If you are loved? .
If you will succeed lin your love affair* T
- If sick, will you be cured?
If past troubles will torment you? .
If you are lucky In speculations?
Do you wish information you ought to hay«
concerning your future?
Has the demon rum assailed the happy quietud* 7,
■ -• . , •of your home? ...
Does another share the love and attention that
should belong to you?
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