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BUSINESS OFFICE of the San Francisco
Call, corner of Market and Third streets, open
until 12 o'clock every night in the year.
BRANCH OFFICES- 827 Montgomery street,
corner Clay; open until 9:30 o'clock.
itreet; open until 5:30 o'clock.
McAllister street; open until 9:30 o" clock.
815 Larkln street; open until 9:30 o'clock.
1941 Miss! i rtreet; open until 10 o'clock.
:':<n Market street, corner Sixteenth; open
until 9 o'clock.
. street; open until 9 o'clock.
1096 Yaipncia street; op.^n until 9 o'clock.
N rthwest corner of Twenty-second and Ken
tucky Btreeta; open until 9 o'clock.
MISSION Lodge No. I€ . F. and A. •
M.— Officers and members are hereby ~J\-
notified to be present at the hall of \J[
this lodge TO-MORROW (SUNDAY) ' ▼
at 11 ■30 a. m. sharp, to proceed to Masonic
Temple, Twelfth and Broadway, Oakland
(by 12:30 boat) and there conduct funeral ser-
vices over the remains ■■' our deceased
brother PARLAX 11. CUNNINGHAM (P.
M.) By order of the W. M.
C. D. BUNKER, Secretary.
GOLDEN Gate Encampment No. 1. «l M
I 0 O. F.— Patriarchal degree THIS V
(SATURDAY) EVENING by the /\
(Irar.d Encampment team. • X
W. E. DUBOIS, C. P.
KX^FLSIOR IVcrAo Lodge No. 2. ,oj__i*i_%.
I . O. '•> F.— i:i-:TUlar meeting :=Kp'SSS_£
THIS (SATURDAY) EVENING. -■*"*?SB^-Jr
First degree. * ""
A. K. KINGSFOKD, D. M.
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ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
M AGUIRE . & GALLAGHER— James G. Ma-
jvjlre (ex-Congressman* and James L. Galla-
gher (ex-City and County Attorney) have
moved their law offices to the Parrott build-
ing, 825-853 Market St.: teL South 215.
ADVICE free; divorce law a specialty; private;
no fee without success; collections. G. W.
HOWE, any at lnw, S"0 Market, cor. Stocktn..
CI.ARA FOLT73. attorney at law, Crocker
b'.dg.; tel. Black 71; practices in all courts.
L. S. CLARK, Emma Bpreckels building, 927
Market; consultation free: no fees in advance.
1. K. PARKER. 916 Market St., room 67; advice
free: charge low. business pushed.
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BOAKO AND ROOMS.
IJOT^iTIFaTr MOUNT— Strictly first-class; 1714
Market st., S. F. Cal.; American and Euro-
pean plan; elegantly furnished rooms, single
or en suite; board and room. $1 per day up;
tuites without board, $1 per day: single rooms,
60c; special rates by month, also to tourists.
O'FARRELL, 605. cor. Leavenworth— Large
elegant sunny suites, with excellent board;
beautiful grounds; reasonable; reference*.
GEARY, 582 The Lono-n-orth; elegantly fur-
nished front suite, single rooms, excellent
EDDY, 60?— Nicely furnished rooms and board;
private; gas; bath; running water; hot, cold.
HOTEL WILMOT, 728 Sutter— Handsomely
furnished sunny suites, with private bath.
MISSION, 1261 A —Room and board In private
family; new house; modern conveniences.
O'FARRELL, 742— Clean, comfortable rooms;
good home cooking: special rates to gents.
ROOM and board cheap. 646 Howard st.
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BOARD AND ROOMS WANTED.
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and two children, aped 7 and 9; convenient
to primary school; state terms. Address
box 2128. Call office. j
BOARDING FOR CHILDREN.
WANTED— I or 1 children to board at 439 j
WANTED — to board; pay not so much i
object as company, large sunny yard, refer-
ences given If desired. Box 2115. Call.
WAN" Infant to board; $10 per month. 210
HOOKS — NEW AND OLD.
KCHOOL BOOKS bought and exchanged.
Holmes Book Co.. 704 Mission st.. near Third.
$600— MANUFACTURING business; cash sales;
large profits. MCLAUGHLIN _ CO., 777 V*
$550— SALOON': best bargain In the city on ac-
count of sickness. Mclaughlin & CO.,
7774 Market st.
$390 — WOOD and coal yard: departure cause of
sale. Mclaughlin & CO.. ::: : 2 Market st. '
$22.V-RESTAI"RANT doing $20 business, seats j
50, four living rooms, roomers clear rent;
must be sold at once on account of sickness; .
investigate. JONES & CO., 563 Market st.
$400— RESTAURANT doing good business; full j
investigation given, or trade for lodging-house
and pay difference. EITEL, lOOBV2 Market st.
WILL Bell restaurant or take partner; business
crowding; receipts $40 day. ... 'ii. 935 Market.
PHILADELPHIA II use, opp. California Thea-
ter, 421 Bush st, cor. of Kearny — 4S rooms;
gas, water in every room; price $SOO.
A CHANCE for house painter; old-established
business, tools and stock; low rent. 826 Wash-
LADY wants working partner with some cash
in good paying business; security for cash in-
vested. M., 026>i I st., Paiyamento.
BUTCHER shop; good location; cash business;
sell or rent account sickness. Box 2122, Call.
RETAIL and wholesale wine business on Mar- j
ket St.; widely known and well advertised; '
stead growing bar and family trade; own-
er completely retiring from line of business; '
rare chance for active party. Communicate at i
nee v/ith D. E. N., box 3203, Call- office; no
FOR SALE— Fruit and oyster stand; very
cheap. Inquire MeCLAIN'S, 1576 Market st.
WILL Invest a few thousand dollars in any
first-class paying business. Box 2430, Call.
PARTNER In a blacksmlthing and wagon-
making business. Address box 2127. Call.
$4CO— RESTAURANT, with every convenience;
One location: good trade; sickness. 1008 Hyde.
FRUIT and candy store; doing good business;
good location: proprietor sick; terms reason-
able; trial given. Address box 3225, Call.
FOR tale— Bakery and delicacy store. 2517
Sixteenth St., near Howard.
BRANCH bakery, candy, notions; 2 living-
rooms: want an offer. 80514 Filbert st,
A BARGAIN— Grocery and bar, cheap; Hvine
rooms. J. RAILS, 219 Eleventh st.
COFFEE and tea routes supplied from GEO
W. a swell & C0.'5.\412 Sacramento St. '
PRIVATE boarding house: 15 rooms; all full-
north of Market. Box IS4I. Call office.
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CARRIAGES AND WAGONS.
ONE delivery wagon carrying one ton; top and
business road buggy, good as new. W. E.
SHAW, 1621 Market St.
100 SETS second-hand harness; wagons, carts,
buggies, surreys and horses. 1140 Folsom st.
ALL kinds of wagons, buggies, carts harness,
ftc. cheap. EOAN & SON. 2117 Mission st
CARPET BEATING AND CLEANING. ■
WHEN you become disgusted with poor work
send to BPAULDING'S Pioneer Carpet-
beating Works. 353-357 Tehama st. ; tel. S. 40.
J. McQUEEN'S California Carpet Cleaning Co.,
4 3 Stevenson st.; tel. South 225; lowest rates.
ADVANCE Carpet Cleaning Co., <02 Sutter st ;
tel. Main 334. GEO. WALCOM. Proprietor.
CARPETS cleaned at 8c per yard; laid at 3c.
STRATTON'S, 3 Eighth st. tel. Jessie 944.
J. E. MITCHELL Carpet Cleaning Co., 240 14th
"st.: cleaning. 3c per yard; tel. Mission 74.
CONKLIN'S Carpet-beatlngr Works, 333 Golden
Gate aye.; tel. East 3" 1
UTICA Cleaning and Toilet Compounds and
Compound Paste; a household blessing; a sure
cure for poison oak. SAMUEL SEYMOUR,
Agent. Office and factory, 21 Spear st.
CLAIRVOYANTS AND SPIRITUALISM.
) MRS. DR. CLARK,
1 the well-known trance medium and clair-
voyant, may be consulted on all affairs of
lire. While entranced she will reveal every
> hidden mystery: she will show you how to
overcome your enemies; remove family trou-
bles; restore lost affections; unites the sep-
[ arated: recovers lost, stolen or burled prop-
erty; locates treasures and minerals; tells
your entire life, past present and future,
while In a perfect trance: perfect satisfaction
l guaranteed by mail; send stamp for circular
with special terms. MRS. DR. F. CLARK,
11)2314 Market, nr. 6th. Always consult the best.
MME, PORTER, wonderful clairvoyant and
card reader; born with double veil and second
sight; diagnoses disease: full life readings;
, ' ladles, 50c; gents, $1; sittings, $1 50. 126 Turk.
C STEERS, medium, 112-4 Oak St.; circles
I Tues. 8 p. m. Thurs., 2p. m. ; $25c; read-
" Ings $1.
T MME. LANGE, queen of clairvoyants. 1164 Mar-
y I ket. bet. 7th and Bth; fee 25c up; satisfaction.
3 MME. HANSON, card reader and palmist;
1 ! past, present, future: 25c. 14$ Sixth st., r. 12.
1 GYPSY life reader, returned with renewed
power in spiritualist reading; 25c up. 5 7th.
MRS J. J. WHITNEY, trance test medium,
i life reader, medical clairvoyant. 232 Stockton.
' I YOUR future told by cards, 25c; daily, 10 a.
m. to 10 p. m.: Sun.. 7 to 10 p. m. 105 Larkin.
* MME MOREAU, the best medium and card
reader: 25c up. 73 Fourth st.. near Mission.
i MRS. C. J. MEYER. "^McAllister, tents dally ex-
: cept Wed.Sat. ; 2& S p.m.,locA;2.'.c sittings dally.
MME HA vena reads life fluently; business
advice: names given; 2.'c up. 5 Fourth st.
• MME SYBILL.E, cradle to grave; future hus-
i ! band's picture, Be; ladles. 914 O'Farrell st
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1 i GEORGE W. KELLY'S Agency; no charge un-
' less successful. Room 310. 927 Market st.
COTTAGES ;TO LET.
SUNNY cottage, 5, 6 rooms: corner flat, 7 rms.;
1" bath, gas; cheap. 1576 loth St.. nr. Dolores.
" | $11— BAY-WINDOW cottage; 4 rooms. 1626
; I Devlsadero Bt., near Sutter.
' ! $10— BAY-WINDOW cottage; 4 rooms; water
1 free. 105 Collins St.. near Geary.
: COTTAGE 5 rooms and bath; first-class condl-
- tin, gas: $16; large yard. SS24 Nineteenth st.
; COTTAGES FURNISHED.
' COTTAGE. 5 rooms; furnished complete for
'■ housekeeping: piano: $15. 32 Dearborn St..
' off Seventeenth, near Valencia.
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' ' A— DR. T. 8. HIGGINS' dental parlors, 927
Market st., over Cafe Zinkand— Teeth extract-
ed without pain by the use of electricity, gas
: or chloroform; also by local anaesthetics ap-
plied to the gums; th« best and most artistic
: dental work at reasonable prices; pure gold
fillings from $1 up: other fillings from 50c;
badly decayed teeth carefully treated and
i filled or crowned without pain; plates that fit
\ from $4 50 up- flesh colored plates from $3 50
' up; teeth without plates a specialty; open
evenings and Sundays.
1 ' A NEW anesthetic for painless dentistry.
■ I Bynol. on application to the gums, removes
; I the pain; see our flesh-colored plates, thinner I
; and stronger than rubber, warranted for 20 .
' years; crown and bridge work; teeth with-!
I out a plate; fillings, 60c; crowns, $3 50; plates, :
; full set, $5; all work painless nnd warranted.
I Chicago Dental Parlors, 24 Sixth St.
AT the ELECTRO-DENTAL CLINIC. 809 Mar-
■ ket st. cor. 4th. rm. 7. Flood bldg., you can
have your extractions done painlessly; teeth '
without plates our specialty; gold crowns. j
• : $3 50 up: plates, extractions free. $4 50 up; of-
fice hours, 9a. m. to 10 p. m. ; Sundays. 9to 2
p. m. O. W. WILLIAMSON. M. P., Manager.
DR. GEORGE W. LEEK. 20 O'Farrell St.. ex- !
tracts and fills teeth painlessly by his wonder- i
ful secret method; crowns. $2: .bridges, $4;
rubber or flexible plates, $3; received 6 first
prizes; no students; guaranteed 12 years.
VAN VROOM— Painless extraction by electric-
ity; guarantee 10 years: lowest prices; 10
operators: no students. 997 Market fit.
DR. LUDLUM HILL. 1443 Market St.. near
Eleventh; crowns, bridge work and fillings a
laity; all work reasonable; gas given.
BET of teeth without a plate. DR. 11. Q.
YOUNG, 1841 Polk st.
MEYER, 6 Turk; Deutscher Zahnarzt; crown
and bridge work; open Sundays. 9 to 12 m.
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! DRESSMAKERS AND SEAMSTRESSES
I LATEST patterns Just arrived from New York
1 1 at McDowell Dressmaking School. 103 Post.
HEALD'S Business College, 24 Post St., San
Francisco— Bookkeeping. business practice,
shorthand, typing, languages, telegraphy,
English branches, civil and mining engineer-
ing, assaying, blowpipe, geology, mineral igy,
surveying, etc.; electrical engineering— theory,
practice, design, construction, mechanical
drawing: 25 teachers: individual Instruction;
: graduates annually placed in positions;
students caji enter for any course any time;
n.i entrance examinations; new SO-page cata-
A NIGHT School for Men, Y. M. C. A.. Mason
and Ellis sts.— Opens October 2. Business and
industrial course— Shorthand. typewriting,
bookkeeping, electricity, mechanical and
il drawing, German. Spanish,
English, grammar, mathematics, elocution,
commercial law, physical culture classes, etc.
A membership privilege. Call or send for
I latalogue. Tuition within reach of all.
AYRES' Business College. 723 Market Bt .short-
hand, typewriting, bookkeeping, writing Eng-
lish, tel«srraphy. under ijualifipd teacher; low
rate's; life scholarship. $s'-; catalogue.
A— THE Lyceum, accredited preparatory echool
foi the universities, law and medical colleges;
flay and evening courses; references, Pres.
.1. r.!a:: or any Stanford professor. Phelan big.
y. .;. BARRETT, a leading court and general j
reporter igraduate of State Normal). Instructs
In shorthand; pupils by mall. 302 Montgomery. ,
ACCOUNTANTS and reporters as teachers;
Ellis system, sunny rooms; lnw rates: day,
even. San Francisco Bus. College, U'."<; Markt.
ENGINEERING . min-
ing, mech. survey. assay.archl. :day and even.;
est. 1564. VAN DER NAILLEN. 633 Market.
PIANO and German; pupil of conservatory of I
Leipslc; lessons, 75c. 820 Golden Gate aye.
SINGING piano; Paris grad,; French. Spanish,
$2 mo. 530 G. G. aye.. r. 6-7; hours 2 to 8.
LAW Schools, 927 Mark-;, B. P., and 906 Broad-
way, Oakland; day nni night; correspondence.
MISS Guadalupe Vallejo teaches Spanish and
English: competent; translations. 1512 Cal. St.
"EXPANSION" the order a 1 DURHAM'S Bus-
iness College. 305 larkin st.. opp. City Hall.
bookkeeping, arithmetic. grammar, ■writing;
day and night; terms low lf>24 Mission, nr.tith.
ORPHEUM Employment Offlc< — Japanese. Chi-
nese. 426 Powell, nr. Butter; tel. Black 132 L
JAPANESE-CHINESE Em p. Agency; all kinds
help. QEO. OAKI, 30 Geary rtj tel. 'Irani ;
EMPLOYMENT WANTED — FEMALE.
AN American lady wishes a situation as house-
keeper or light housework of any kind; city
oi country. Please call or address MS Thir-
LADY wishes position as housekeeper In wld-
ov.er's family; would assist children with
school studies and music. Address 1i29 How-
A MIDDLE-AGED woman wishes situation as
housekeeper w here there are children; Ger-
man preferred; wages $14 per month. Apply
2312 Cluy st.
A GIRL wants steady i>!?ce for light house-
work: a good home; $10. Apply 654 Jessie
st.; no objection to Oakland.
2 EASTERN sirls desire positions as cook and
se.-.iiid girl; best references; country pre-
ferred. Box 2249, i",..i! office.
CHAMBERWORK and washing wanted by
midille-ased lady; no less than $15 a month.
438 Tenth st.
A WOMAN wants to work by the day washing
K. Call 13' M l.\ on st . near i ieary.
A YOUNG French lady wishes a situation as
chambermaid In American hotel. Hx 2033, ("all.
GERMAN woman wishes plain sewing to do at
home. 5.21 Mission St., room 1.
WANTED Position In photograph studio by
young lady to tone, print, develop or mount.
Address BLANCHE SMITH, 529 Jones st.,
YOUNG woman will take curtains to wash at
home, or flannels. Address P., Call branch
ELDERLY lady wishes situation as cook; good j
references; no objection to short distance in
country. 772 Seventh, near West, Oakland.
A RESPECTABLE young French lady wishes
a situation as governess or chambermaid in
American family; btst of references. Ad-
dress box 2431. Call.
MIDDLE-AGED woman wants situation to do
general housowork; is good plait; cook; un-
derstands care of sick and children. Ap-
ply 35 Fifth st. room 4.
WINCHESTER House. 44 Third st., near Mar-
ket: 200 rooms; 25c to $r 50 night; $1 50 to $6
week; convenient and respectable; free 'bus
and baggage to and from ferry.
A BRANCH ofrtce for Call advertisements and
subscriptions has been established at 1098 Va-
THE SAN FBANCISCO CALL,, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1899.
EMPLOYMENT WASTED — MALE.
CHINESE and Japanese Employment Office;
best help. 414 M O'Farrell st.: tel. East 428.
A GERMAN, 50 years, single, wishes to work
around house; understands the care of horses
an.l cow's; is also handy with tools. Box
A MIDDLE aged gentleman from the East de-
sires light, clean, out-door work; no objection
to country. Box 2124, Call.
TRAINED nurse and masseur desires evening
i engagements. Box 2120, Call office.
JAPANESE schoolboy wants situation in a
good family. Box 2024, Call.
FIRST-CLASS China cook wishes a situation
as cook in American family. 14 Ross alley,
room 20, .third floor.
A YOUNG man of 23, experienced office man
j and salesman, desires position; first-class ref-
! erences. Box ?244. Call.
I SITUATION wanted by first-class coatmaker.
Address SIMON DALALIAN. Fresno. Cal.
I WINEMAKER and cellar foreman, with IS
years' experience in leading wineries of Cali-
fornia wants like position: best references.
Address room 5, 337 East Fourth St., Los
YOUNG unmarried man wishes position as
clerk or barkeeper in hotel; years of experi-
ence; best of references; city or country.
Box 2110. Call office.
A BRAN" office for. Call advertisements and
subscriptions has been established at 1096 Va-
]►'•!.■!■■'. St. ______^_^^^_
GEORGE MAYERLE, German expert optician.
1071'/» Market St.. San Francisco. Exam, free.
FLATS TO LET.
I A SUNNY middle corner flat; modern Improve-
ments. 1000 Webster St.. cor. Golden Gate.
CLAYTON, 572, south of Frederick— Modern
sunny flat, 5 rooms and bath; cheap.
FLAT hunting made easy with the printed
list you get from BALDWIN _ HOWELt.
10 Montgomery st.
MINNA, 1 door from Tenth— fine flat; 4
rooms and bath; sunny.
' MODERN flat of 7 rooms; porcelain bath; new
I plumbing and Improvements; $35; 8174 Geary
st. Apply to LAN DRY C. BABIN, 413
NEAR City Hall: 2 upper Bunny flats; 6 and 0
rooms. 25 and 27 Birch aye., off Larkin, bet.
Grove and Fulton.
2 NEW flats, sunny side view, 5 and 6 rooms,
bath, laundry, fine garden. 1014 Thirteenth
St., near Scott.
A 4-ROOM flat; 12S O'Farrell St.. cor. Powell,
nr. the Orpheum; $12. Apply 15 Grant aye.
JESSIE, 1454, bet. 13th and 14th— Upper flat, S
rooms, hall and cellar; no children.
523 FOLSOM— Parlor floor flat, 3 large rooms,
yard, bath, hot water.
REAR 4 rooms and stable; $10. Apply 261S Mis-
sion st. i
RINGOLD, 29. bet. Rth and 9th. Folsom and
Harrison— Flat of 3 large rooms; $8.
THIRD, 417*4— Latest improved flats; Ist, S rms..
! 2 kitchens; 2d. 7 rms., one kitchen; new build-
ing; both double bay-window sunny suits.
TO — 4 rooms: furnished or unfurnished: N.
W. corner Post and Hyde sts. Inquire $05*4
, UPPER flat of 4 rooms; large yard and stables.
| 2 Hay ward St., oft Harrison.
2 CHOICE sunny flats; 6 and 7 rooms, bath;
sanitary plumbing. 1536-1340 Fell. nr. Baker.
$10— UPPER flat 4 sunny rooms. 377 Sanchez
St.. near Seventeenth.
FLATS TO LET FURNISHED.
NICELY furnished flat of 4 rooms and bath;
sunny yard. 11l Fell st.
I NEWLY furnished flat; 7 rooms and bath;
modern conveniences. 1445 McAllister st.
FURNITURE FOR SA*LE.
TAPESTRY Brussel carpet sewed, laid and
lined, '.'sc to 50c; linen warp matting, 15c per
yard this week only. EASTERN OUTFIT- j
TING CO., 1310-1312 Stockton st.
$300— FURNITURE and carpets, 7-room flat,
nearly new. 772 Stevenson St., near Ninth;
! rent low.
4 ROOMS furnished in oak for $48 50, with No,
7 range. King Furniture Co.. 1127-1181 Market.
WANTED— SSOOO carpets, furniture, etc.; high-
! est price paid; postal. M. SILVERSTEIN.
1121 Market st.
END hand— Highest '-ash price paid 853 Mission.
HELP WANTED — FEMALE.
a R, HANSEN & CO.. ..PHONE GRANT 185
Waitress. Dunsmuir, fare here, $20; head
waitress, $25, Bakersfield; 2 waitresses. $20,
BakerstleM. arm work, fare here; waitress, ,
Williams, $20; waitress, Salinas, fare here,
$20; waitress, Orovllle, $20; chambermaid to I
wait, Pescadero, $20; cashier, restaurant, $6 i
a week; cook for restaurant, country. $30; 6
waitresses, city, jr. and $6; lunch waitresses,
EOc. C. R. HANSEN <& CO., 104 Geary St.
WOMAN for lady's parlor, $25. C. R. HAN-
SEN & CO.. 104 Geary st.
GIRL for general housework, $15. Napa, see
party here between 10 and 11, fare paid; mid-
dle-aged cook, Sonoma County, $15, see party
here; girl for Bakersfleld, 2 In family, party
here; second girl for Fruitvale, $15, and 40 i
girls for housework, $10 and $25. C. It. HAM-
SEN _ CO., 104 Geary st.
WANTED — Protestant laundress, $30; one
French. 1 German second girl and seamstress,
$2.'.. 2 maids an.l seamstress, $15 and $20:
French ladles' maid and seamstress, $25; 8 I
second girls and nurses, $20 and $25; 4 Ger-
man and Scandinavian cooks, private, mi- ;
lies, $30; 3 cooks, boarding house, $25; 2 wait-
resses, country hotel, $20; waitress for institu- \
tion. $25; waitresses, country, hotels, restar- ]
ants and boarding-houses In city, at going
wages; cook on a ranch. $30; nurse for inva-
lid. $20; 60 girls housework, city and country,
$"0 $25, $30. Apply to J. F. CROSETT & CO.,
316' Sutter st
HEAD waitress, $25; 2 waitresses. $20; laun-
dress, $25. HOTEL GAZETTE, 26 Montgom-
WAITRESSES registered free at HOTEL GA-
ZETTE, 26 Montgomery st.. room 12.
WANTED— Protestant girl for general house-
work; small family; must be good cook and
laundress; references. Call bet. 10 and 1 to- |
day at 1117 Green st. ; take O'Farreil-st. cars, i
McDOWELL'S Is the place to learn practical
and artistic dressmaking; only first-class
work done: a visit to our school will repay
you; late patterns cut. McDOWELL, 103 Post.
WANTED — I>ady stenographer and typewriter
for Remington machine; wages $5 per week;
give reference and experience. Box 2126, Call.
EXPERIENCED operators on ladies' under-
skirts; a few apprentices. A. AARON, 579
Mission st. I
WAITRESS (arm work— Lunch and dinner; 6
hours: $20. JOHNSON'S RESTAURANT, 28
EXPERIENCED sewers on infants' and chil-
dren's wear. MARKS BROS., 1212 Market.
GIRL, German preferred, in family of 3; tend
baby and help in housework. 547 Turk st
WANTED— A young girl to assist light house-
work. 1722 Howard St.; sleep home.
WANTED tor housework; wages $15;
plain cooking. 819 Golden Gate aye.
WANTED— GirI for general housework. Apply
2904 California St.
GIRL for light housework. 431 Bush st.
GIRL for general housework. 1031 Ellis st.
OPERATORS, finishers and apprentices on
custom coats; good wages. 40 Ellis, room 64.
GIRL for general housework; references. 1135
' Park aye., Alameda.
WOMEN and girls— Immediately. CALI-
FORNIA CANNERIES CO. LTD., Branr.an
st., between Third and Fourth.
EXPERIENCED canners wanted: apply Im-
mediately. CALIFORNIA CANNERIES CO..
LTD., Brannan St., bet. Third and Fourth.
GIRLS! GIRLS! GIRLS! GIRLS!
I.EVI STRAUSS & CO.. 32V4 Fremont St..
are putting In the very best sewing ma-
chines and will take In several hundred more
' operators on overalls; good wages. Apply to
GIRL with references to take care of child
year and half old. Call bet. 9 a. m. and 12
noon. Friday or Saturday, Goueh st.
WANTED— sewers on cording and
finishing underskirts, etc. Apply H. FRIED-
LANDER. 338 Fell st.
YOUNG girl to assist with housework; no chil-
dren; good home. 722 Stelner St.
YOUNG girl or young man to wait at. lunch
table from 12 to 1 D. m. . 150 First St.
WANTED— Several ladles at once who desire
home employment. 472V4 Thirteenth, Oakland.
PANTS finishers and operators on coats; good
wages. 541 Market st.
WANTED— for general housework; Ger-
man or Swedish preferred; ref. 13. Scott st.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
MANGLE hands. Apply Electric Laundry, 837
FIRST-CLASS finisher on coats; steady work.
Call to-day 354 Geary st.
GOOD woman to do plain cooking in country,
t2O. Apply 339 12th. near Harrison^
WOMEN and girls wanted to work on fruit at
J76 San Jose aye.
WANTED— Experienced hands on silk and
woolen waiets. Call at 409 A Turk St., S. F.
WANTED-Girl to work in shooting gallery;
no experience required; $5 a week. Inquire
407 Dupont st.
TAILORESs" as finisher on pants. 6& Kearny
St., room 18.
S. F. dressmaklnc school; practical method;
I also fine dresses made to order. 104 Kearny.
A branch office for <'all advertisements and
subscriptions has been established at 1096 Va-
HELP WASTED — MALE.
MURRAY & READY. .....PHONE MAIN 5848
Leading Employment and Labor Agents.
WANT TO-DAY. 7 A. M
3 machinists. $?. day 2 wood turners. $2 75
harness makers coopers for winery
mill i«»nch hand band sawyers
carriage painter upholsterer and clerk
setter, sawmill; timber fellers, crosscut saw-
yers, woodsmen, mlllmen etc., $8 50, $3 and
$2 .'0 day. $85, $75, $65, $15 and found
sasli door tnnki-r .>ahinpt makers.... lathers
15 carpenters. 8 hours, fr-e fare, 6 months'
Job, $3 day and found, 20 miles from Sa.n
9 blacksmiths and horseshoers
*3 day $50. $40 and found
MURRAY & READY," 634 and C 36 Clay st _
FARMS. DAIRrEsTIiXRVIisT, CHOREMEN
36 men for harvest fields
$2, $150 day and found
S2 farm hands, steady Jibs •
$35 $30, $26 and found
12 milkers, steady Jobs $30, $25 and found
27 choremen and boys for farms, shops, fac-
tories, manufacturing companies, learn trade 3,
etc., $30. $$26. $25, $20. $15, $11 and found
S stablemen and sheep herders
$40 $35 $30, $25 and found
MARRIED Gardener and wife;
8 farmers and wives, $40 and $50 and found;
3 cooks and wives; bartender and wife
milker and wife. MURRAY & READY, 634
and C 36 Clay st.
$58 60 BIG WAGES .M. $58 50
12 two-horse teamsters, free fare. $2 25 day,
23 miles from San Francisco, steady job.
i MURRAY & READY, 634 and 636 Clay st.
] ...ITS MONEY THAT GETS Good HKLP ..
24 four-horse teamsters, fare $145 $60
1 26 laborers, fare 50c, no experience $«o
25 laborers, fare 60c, San Mateo Co $<W
14 men for a manufacturing Co., city $b0
19 laborers for a quarry, no experience
." $f,3 and found
35 laborers to shovel concrete, fare 65c
$34 and found
12 drillers' hammersmen. free fare. $3 nnd
$2 75 day; 9 stone and concrete masons, rub-
ble work, fare $1 60, steady, good job, $3 50
day; 9 laborers, manufacturing Co., Santa
Clara Co.. no experience, fare paid. $-'6 and
found; 20 laborers in San Francisco, $2. $1 76
I day and $30 and found. 19 teamsters In San
Francisco $40, $30, $26 and found
26 laborers, inside work, free fare $60
5 laborers, Marin Co., board yourselves $6
MURRAY & READY. C 34 and 636 Clay 8(
WE SHIP YOU FREE REMEMBER
To all railroads but one, from the peaks of
Shasta Mountain to the Bay of Santa Bar-
bara, from San Francisco on the west to Ne-
vada State on the east. DRILLERS, HAM-
MERSMEN. LABORERS. STONE and CON-
CRETE MASONS, TEAMSTERS, SECTION-
HELP ETC.; wages from $3 60 a day; board
and lodging. $4 50 a week. (The <m\p railroad
we don't ship is Const Railroad.! MUKRAY
6 READY, 634-636 Clay St. WE SHIP YOU
FRUIT and grape pickers, $30 and found; hop
CUT BEET TOPS
Men and boys, women and children and fam-
ilies; r>«9 wanted, $30 per month and found,
fare from $1. Office fee $1. MURRAY &
READY, R34-636 Clay st.
WE PAY YOUR FARES
TO 43 SAWMILLS AND WOODS IN CALI-
FORNIA; Tif, men wanted (no experience re-
quired); YOU WILL SUIT: COME AND
BEE; $26 to $40 per month and found; steady
...WE PAY MURRAY & READY.
YOUR FARES 634-636 clay st.
TO THE MINTS CROWDS GOINO DAILY
n miners, fare $2 50 S«0
26 laborers (no experience), fare $125 $6u
35 laborers (no experience), fare $2 CO, $40 and
25 laborers fno experience $4S and found
MURRAY & READY, 634-636 Clay hi.
B( V wanted for ofllce of MURRAY & READY,
C 34-636 Clay st^
COOKS WAITERS DISHWASHERS
.■'9 cooks $50, $45, $40, $35. $30, $25 and found
36 waiters $35, $30, $25, $20 and found
57 dishwashers $30, $25, $20. $15 and found
19 porters, bell and elevator boys
$30. $25, $20, $15 and found
4 cooks and wives or men together
$40 and $s^> and found
Pantrymen, Janitors, second, third and fourth
cooks, above places are in hotels, boardlng-
bouses mines, camps, ranches, saloons, res-
taurants, institutions, cafes, etc. MURRAY
A READY, 634-H:!6 Clay st.
;> first 7 second, 5 third, 3 fourth hands and
boys to learn bakery trades, $40. $35. $30, $25,
$?o'. $15 and found
9 laundrymen $35. $30, $25 and found
MURRAY & READY. 634-636 Clay st.
NIGHT clerk, lodging house, city. $35 and
found. MURRAY & READY, 634 and 6^6
lßn GRAPE PICKERS $1 and found
Large, strong boys and men to pick grapes,
no experience required, for Fresno County;
2 to 3 months' work. C. R. HANSEN & CO.,
104 Geary St., Employment Agents.
SOLDIERS wanting work on the railroad as la-
borers, teamsters or tunnelmen, at wages of
$1 75 to $2 75 a day, can secure it from ua
free of any expense to the work. C. R.
HANSEN ft CO., MM Geary st.
FREE PAR E A N I > FEE FR EE
For railroad laborers, teamsters and tunn-i-
-men. wages $: 7.. to >17 5, for the Coast Rail-
road, i R II vNSKN & CO.. 104 Geary St.
30 TEAMSTERS, i- a day. board $4 50; 8 men
to timber a tunnel, $2 a day; 10 laborers, $1 75
a day Eree Fare
For the Valley ruad. C. R. HANSEN &. CO.,
104 Geary st.
CAMP '' ' k, $50; cook and helper for a gang of
laborers, $75; 3 cooks, $40; kitchen hands, $6
a week and $25 a month. C. R. HANSEN &
CO., 104 Geary st.
HARNESSMAKER, $1 25 a day and found; free
fare, r Et HANBEN ft •>., MM Geary_st._
MARKER and distributor, $40 to $50 and found,
country hotel; washer, $30 and found. C. R.
HANSEN X CO.. 104 Geary st.
MEAT cook for a private family hotel, $75:
meat nnd pastry cook, country hotel. $80;
cook, restaurant, $05; third cook, hotel, $25;
night cook, JS n week; night conk, S3O; kitchen
help. $25: vegetable cook, hotel, $"5: 2 wait-
ers, same country hotel, $30. C. R. HAN-
SEN & CO., 104 Geary st.
WOOD worker. $2 50 a day; blacksmith. $2 50
a day; 2 men for Jr. Mon. hay press, 15c;
buggy washer, $:.'5 and found; 14 almond pick-
ers, jl and found; 1 men for a salt works. $1
a day; man about place. $30. C. R. HAN-
SEN fr Co., i,,.i (;,. a ry st.
t\ ANTED— 3 conks, country hotel. $40, $45 and
$60; 2 cooks and Wives, $66 and $05; night
cook, country. $35; hotel waiters, $30; restau-
rant waiters, dishwashers, potwashers and all
oilier kinds of restaurant and hotel help, at
got d wages. J. F. CROSETT & CO., 628
Sai imento st.
WANTED— Jobbing blacksmith and horseshoer,
$2 50 day nnd found anl 855; horseshoer; sheep-
herder, $25; 2 stablemen, $30; carpenters for
country, free [are; tallyman, $3u; mill and
w lrien, laborers for mines, quarries, etc.,
teamsters, woodeboppers and others. J. F.
CROSETT Sc CO. 628 Sacramento st.
ANDRE'S office. 316 Stockton st.— Kitchen
hand, $30; 3 dishwashers. !2" to $30; cooks, $30
to $65; waiter, c tuntry, $30; man to milk cows,
work around garden. "etc., $25; assistant gard-
ener, $26; laborers, $26; bell boys, $10 and $15.
Sl.< OND cook, ?40; waiter, $30. HOTEL GA-
ZETTE. 26 Montgomery st.
WANTED— Active man with $100 to take an
Interest in a safe, paying business that has
been established 12 years; will pay $60 to
$70 per month the y«->ar round. See party at
1032 Market m., room 4.
WANTED — Fancy goods and ribbon salesman;
Etat» aEe. exi»rience, reference and salary.
Apply box 2019, Call office.
HONEST boy, about 14 years old. to learn gun
and locksmith trade; live home. P.ox 2009,
Boy about 16 or IS years old: must have ex-
parience in wrapping. MARKS BROS., 1212
INTELLIGENT office boy. about 16 years; ref-
erences required; $3 50 to start. Boat 2022,
A GOOD barber: steady Job; my shop Is for
rent; all furnished and rent paid; $16 per
month. 252 Ellis st.
BARBER for Saturday and Sunday. 11 Sixth
GOOD barber for Saturday and Sunday wanted.
1073 Market st.
BARBER wanted. Golden Gate aye. and Hyde
TWO barbers wanted. 217 Fourth St.
A GOOD block butcher: $25 a month and found.
Apply 331S Mission St.
BLACKSMITH helper wanted. 1504 Folßom St.,
HELP "WANTED MALE.
WANTED— Furnaceman for mine, married man
preferred, $65 per month and free house rent;
3' farm hands for vineyard and work in win-
ery, at rate of $30 a month and board; Ameri-
can farmer, near city, free fare and steady
job, $25 and board; ranch teamster, Sonoma
County, $26; Scandinavian farmer, $25; man
handy with ax and run drag-saw in mill, no
experience required, $30 and board; sheep-
herder, $25: 2 miners. $2 25 per day: 3 laborers
for brick yard, $30 and .board; cook and wife
to run boarding-house; cooks, country hotels,
$35/ $40 and $15. and others. W. D. EWER
& CO.. 610 Clay St.
COOK wanted at the Manhattan House, 825
Battery st. .
WANTED— painter. Apply at NEW-
YORK SIGN CO., 439 Geary St.
WANTED— 3 Jackson St.
WANTED— Third hand on bread; call early.
2133 Flllmore st.
BARBER for Saturday and Sunday. 604 Seventh
WANTED— cook; Park Hotel; good
wages. 1830 Haight st.
TWO good restaurant waiters wanted. 112
DISHWASHER wanted at restaurant. 1119
BOOTBLACK wanted: Saturday and Sunday
or steady. 1205 Fillmore st.
BOY for grocery; German preferred. Box 10,
615 I.'irkin St.
WANTED— Dishwasher at 369 Hayes et.
CROCKERY shipping clerk and selector; first
class. Box 2121. Call.
DISHWASHER wanted. 20 Stockton st.
ELDERLY cook for boarding-house. 322 Main
st. : wages $15.
TO Tailors— Good coatmakers wanted. Apply
at 11 a. m. at the Stevenson-street entrance,
CHARLES LYONS, London Tailor, 721 Mar-
PARTNER wanted by a good banjo and guitar
player. Box 2114, Call.
MEN wanted to learn barber trade in eight
weeks; only institution teaching the tonso-
rial art; constant practice; expert instruction;
lectures on dermatology; Sat. wages; positions
guaranteed: call or write for illustrated cata-
logue. Mohler's Barber College, 635 Clay st.
WANTED— who can handle short orders,
prepare dinner and bake bread for country
lunch counter. Address box 2243, Call office.
WANTED— An able bicycle repair man; must
lie unmarried and furnish good references.
Address P. O. box 205, San Mateo.
, FOR pensions, any claim against U. S., see
SHERWOOD, room 612, Examiner building,
WANTED— A good reliable middle-aged man,
energetic and not afraid of work, for work on
a small dairy, chicken and hay ranch; one
who knows the business. Write to D. H.
HITCHCOCK, Hllo, Hawaii.
WANTED— First-class painters to buy lot and
pay part in work. THE MCCARTHY CO.,
646 Market st.
WANTED— Seven good canvassers for city and
Oakland: call 1 to 4 p. m. CALIFORNIA
ORANGE SYRUP CO., 307 Noe Bt.
GOOD sober barber wanted for evenings, Sat-
urdays and Sundays. 529 Fourth st.
BEAM hands wanted. Call at 125 Clay st.
500 PAIRS men's shoes, slightly damaged, half
price. 562 Mission St., bet. Ist and 2d sts.
HIGHEST price paid for cast-oft shoes, cloth-
Ing and tools. S. BERKOWITZ, 634 Pacific.
FOR SALE— Fine 4-chalr barber shop; fitted in |
latest furniture: owner retiring: from business; j
cheap. DECKELMAN BROS.. 106 Ellis st.
FOUR good hustlers; good salary to right par-
ties. 300 Post st.
INDUSTRIAL Insurance agents. R. RALPH.
511 Montgomery st. ]
GET your shoes half-soled while waiting; 25c
to 50c. 662 Mission St., bet. Ist and 2nd Bts.
BAILORS and ship carpenters for Europe,
Hawaiian Islands. Manila, Alaska, New York.
W. LANE, Shipping Agent, 604-506 Davis st.
JEWELERS— Bush st., room 4. third floor.
GENT'S fine oalf shoes to order, $2 50 up: sole-
ing, 20c to 35c; heeling, 15c up. 923 Howard st. ;
WANTED— Teamsters to drive scrapers; wages
$1 75 and $2: board, $4 60 per week. Apply
E. B. STONE'S camp, near San Pablo station,
on Valley Road.
WANTED Laborers and mechanics to know
that Ed Rolkin, Reno House proprietor, still
runs Denver House. 217 Third St.; 150 large
rooms; 25c per night; $1 to $2 per week.
A BRANCH office for Call advertisements and
subscriptions has been established at 1096 Va-
TRY our 15c meals; best in city. 406 McAllis-
MEN and women to learn barber trade at S. F.
BARBER COLLEGE, 13SH Eighth st.
PENSIONS— H. SHEHARD & CO., nttor- j
neys, Hearst bids.. Third and Market.
SAILORS and ordinary seamen for coast and
Australia at HERMAN'S, 26 Steuart st.
200 SINGLE furnished rooms, in.-. 15c and 25c !
per night Llndell, 6th and Howard; read. rm.
BINUi-JS rooms, 15c. 20c. 25c > r night; 75c, $1
to $2 50 week. Elcho House. S63U Market st. I
TRY Acme House, 957 Market <=' . below Sixth. j
for a room; 25c a night: $1 a week. J
BARBERS' Progressive Union; free employ-
m't. H. Bernard, Sec. 104 7th: tel. Jessie 152.
WINCHESTER Hotel. 44 Third St., near Mar-
ket; 700 -ooms, 25c night; reading room; free I
'bus and baggage to and from the ferry.
CHEAPEST and best In America— The Weekly I
Call. 16 pages; sent to any address in the
United States or Canada one year for $1,
postage paid. _^^^__
HORSES, LIVE STOCK, Etc — For Sale
40 HORSES for sale; also wagons, buggies,
carts, harness. Grand Arcade Horse Market,
327 Sixth st. ; auction sales every Wednesday,
SULLIVAN & DOYLE, Auctioneers.
SORREL mare and bay colt cheap: for buggy.
755 Mission, in hat store.
HOLSTEIN cow and calf for sale. Apply Four-
teenth aye. and R. St.. South San Francisco.
FANCY carriage, saddle and road horses. DAL-
ZIEL, Veterinary Dentist, 605 Golden Gate ay.
A WEEK'S news for 5 cents— The Weekly Call, I
15 pages. In wrapper, for mailing. $'. per year. j
HOUSES — LODGING — FOR SALE.
H. C. DECKER, 1020 Market St.. opp. Fifth.
48 rooms on Market St.; rent $75 $1,800 i
4S-room hotel in Oakland 2,600 ;
SO-room house; clears $300 2,800
20 rooms on Eddy St.; must sell 600
26 rooms; corner; apartment house 1,600
11-room house; one floor .'.. 350
32 rooms; 2 fronts; clears $250 2,200
50 rooms: elegant corner; clears $500 3,750
7-room flat; $150; 8-room flat 350
110 rooms; fine corner; clears $600 6.500 j
36 rooms on Market St.; clears $200 1,450 I
—MONEY TO LOAN ON ANY HOUSE
ABSTRACTS SHOWING CLEAR TITLE.
H. C. DECKER, 1020 Market St., opp. Fifth.
$325— LODGING-HOUSE; 16 rooms; always fill-
ed; rent $45. Call 129 Third St.
A WEEK'S news for 5 cents— The Weekly Call.
16 pages. in wrapper, for mailing. $1 per year.
HOUSES TO LET.
FINE house, C rooms; bath, basement and
good stable. 1109 Shotwell st.
2-STORY corner house of 6 rooms; bath, large,
well lighted basement: marine view. 2333 j
Leavenworth St., corner Chestnut.
— New modern 10-room house on Waller st.,
between Pierce and Scott sts.
HOUSE hunting made easy, with the printed
list you get from BALDWIN & HOWELL,
10 Montgomery st.
HOUSE of six rooms and bath. 735 Laurel
Hve., near Turk and Buchanan sts.
A BRANCH office for Call advertisements and
subscriptions has been established at 1096 Va-
POST graduate hypnotic school-hospital, 325
Ellis; fee with private room, board and
treatment. $15 a week.
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST— Saturday, September 2; sword pin con-
taining diamonds and rubles. Return to
BEWELL, 1025 Market St.; reward.
LOST Black Cocker spaniel bitch; white on
chest. Return to J. MAGEE. 524 Stevenson;
LOST— Short-coated St. Bernard. 1916 Val-
lejo st. ■
DR. WONG WOO, herb doctor; Chineise~tea
and herb sanitarium, 764-766 Clay et., San
Francisco: all diseases cured exclusively by
Chinese herbs, over 3000 varieties being used;
advice free: hours. 8:30 to 11 a. in... 1 to 3
and 7 to !) d. m. . .
MRS. DR. KOHL, ladles' physician. 1122 Mar-
ket st., bet. Mason and Taylor; hours, 9 to 5.
MRS. DR. WTETH. ladies' physician; consul-
tation free. 942 Post, bet. Hyde and Larkln.
MRS. DR. GWYER, ladies' physician. 610
Eddy St., bet. Hyde and Lark in.
MRS. DR. DAVIES, ladles' physician. 1228
Market St., between Taylor and Jones.
DR. POPPER, ladles' practical physician for
87 years. 318 Kearny st.
MRS. DR. WEGENER. ladies' physician: medi-
cated baths a specialty. 1312 Golden Gate aye.
MRS. ALLEN, ladles' physician, 223 Van Ness
aye., bet. Hayes and Grove; 9 a. m. to 9 p. m.
V". WONG HIM, herb doctor} treats all dis-
ease? of the human body. 115 Mason st.
MISCELLANEOUS — SALE.
BOILERS, engines, 2-hand machinery. He-
INTOSH & WOLPMAN, 195-197 Fremont st.
I BARS, back bars, mirrors, showcases, coun-
ters, linoleum, office furniture, store and of-
fice furniture and fixtures; new and second-
hand. J. NOONAN, 1017-1019-1021-1023 Mis-
sion Ft., above Sixth.
i BARS, counters, showcases, shelving, mirrors.
I • bought, sold and exchanged. 1C63 Mission st.
FOR sale — First-class second-hand cooperage;
35 oval oak casks, 6 10,000-gallon tanks, 20
1500-gallon tanks, 150 puncheons; steamed
spirit barrels, $1 SO up. A. PETZOLD, 27
STEAM launch; Sx32; must be sold. W. F.
LAUMEISTER, cor. Second and Brannan sts.
SECOND-HAND billiard table in good order;
complete, 835 Folsom st., WM. BATEMAN.
WILL Bell new White sewing machine at a
bargain. E. A. P., 709 Shotwell st.
ENGLISH jockey saddle, good as new, $7: Al
rep, shotgun, 12 ga., cost $12C, for S4O; r.OO
loaded shells, $1 per 10<"i; 1 Colt's rep. rifle,
22 «a.. $10. Ohio Dental Parlors, 850 Market.
GENUINE C. F. Martin (New York) guitar
for $22: guaranteed or your money back.
UNCLE HARRIS, 15 Grant aye.
CHOICE canaries for sale; fine singers. 722
GASOLINE engines, all purposes; latest de-
signs: new and second hand; carriage en-
gines. Dynamic Engine Co., 1309 Mission St.,
SAFES — New and second for banks, merchants,
steamers, residences; portable safety boxes:
specie chests; bullion safes, vaults, etc. Tha
Waltz Safe Co., 109-111 Market St.. S. F.,Cal.
SAFES— New and second hand. THE HER-
MANN SAFE CO., 417-421 Sacramento st.
ST. BERNARD dog. 14 months old; $23. Apply
797 Mission st.
BOILERS, engines, lathes, wood planers, 12 and
24 in. ; gas eng. 2d hand. J. Burke, 139 Beale.
1 GASOLINE engine; 15 H. P.; complete and
first--!:!'---- shape. WHITE. 516 Mission st.
DRESS 5 ants. $2 75: tine suits. $10. MISFIT
CLOTHING PARLORS, 513 Montgomery st.
j DR. CREELY'S C P. Mange Cure at all drug-
! gists or at th» Dog Hospital.
A— s3 50 DERBY and Fedora hats, $1 75. Popu-
. lar Price Hatters. 330 Kearny St.. near Pine.
DESKS. office and card tables; desks c changed.
repaired: furniture bought. 244 Stockton st.
BOILERS and engines, second hand; also wins
making mach'y. Krogh Mfg. Co., Stevenson st.
CHEAPEST and best in America— Weekly
Call, 16 pages, sent to any address In the
United States or Canada one year for $1.
WANTED— double circular portable sawmill
and 25 H. P. engine and boiler. Address
Postoffice box 40, Quincy, Plumas Co., Cal.
OLD gold, gold dust, platinum and silver
bought. H. Landecker & Co., lIS Montgomery.
WANTED— To hire. 100 first-class scraperteams
I with harness and pead bars; long Job. E. B.
STONE K'rr.hnrst. •
MONEY TO LOAN.
ANY amount on furniture, pianos, without re-
moval, or any other good security; payable
back in installments or as a whole; If you
owe a balance on the purchase price we will
pay It and carry the loan as long as you de-
tire: avoid red tape and publicity; see us first:
you will be waited upon quietly and quickly.
Call 6S-69 Donohoe bids.. 1170 Market st.
LOANS on furniture or pianos In S. F., Oak- !
land or Alameda at lowest rates, without ;
removal: no commission; no delays. J.
NOONAN, 1017 to 1023 Mission St., above
Sixth: telephone South 14.
ANY amount of 6% per cent on real estate. 3d
end 2d mortgages, estates, real estate In pro-
bate; mortgages and legacies bought; no de-
lay. R. McCOLGAN. 24 Montgomery, rm. 8.
| HIGHLY respectable and private place to ob-
tain liberal advances on diamonds and Jew-
elry at the lowest rates. Baldwin Jewelry
Store, S4C Market St.; telephone Main 1644.
AT reduced rates on estates in probate, rents,
chattel mortgages, real estate, country prop-
erty. A. M. SPECK & CO., 667 Market st.
CASH loaned to salaried people on note with-
out lndorser. MORRELL. 609 Examiner bldg.
ANY amount by private party on furniture and
pianos; no removal: low rates: confidential.
BONELLI, Conservatory bldg-.. 130 Powell st.
$50 TO J50.000; lowest rates: Ist and 2d mortgs.;
any proposition. DRYDEN, 413 Montgomery.
ON furniture, pianos, without removal; no
commission; private. LICK, 116 McAllister st.
MONEY loaned salaried people on their notes
without lndorser. TOUSLEY. 592 Parrott bids.
IF your property is mortgaged and you need
more money see H. MURPHY, 630 Market st.
A WEEK'S news for 5 cents— The Weekly Call.
16 pages. In wrapper, for mailing. $1 per year.
WANTED — $40011; 5 years; gilt-edge security;
interest paid quarterly. Inquire 635 Sutter st.
AS we are selling good upright pianos for iS
i cash and $6 per month, we ask you to Investi-
gate and approve this method; prices are the
same as if purchased for all cash: bargains
In good second-hand uprights upon same easy
payments and some good pianos for $3. $4 and
$5 per month. SHERMAN. CLAY- & CO.,
Steinway dealers, corner Kearny and Sutter
sts., San Francisco, and Thirteenth and
ABSOLUTELY the oldest and largest house
west of Chicago is KOHLER & CHASE'S,
26, 2S and 30 O'Farrell st.; pianos, organs and
all other musical Instruments of all grades
and prices; terms easy; prices lowest: every-
thing possible done to please and satisfy the
GREAT sale of "Ideal Guitars" this week at
MAUVAIS', 769 Market St. Get prices at
TWO fine walnut second-hand Decker it Son
Pianos They are bargains you should not
miss, nt MAUVAIS', 769 Market st.
W. G. JbADGER, 411 Sacramento st.. agent for
Francis Bacon and Hallett * Davis pianos.
GOOD piano In storage on sale cheap for cash.
WILSON'S STORAGE. 1710 Market st.
A BARGAIN — Steinway upright cheap
SCHMITZ, 16 McAllister, next Hibernla Bank.
A— sSs UPRIGHT piano in fine condition: also
the famous Hornung Bros. 216 McAllister st.
CHEAP Steinway upright : also the famous
Hornunjr Bros. 1 pianos, 21*5 McAllister st.
A— UPRIGHTS, 169 up: Installments. $.". 75 up:
rents. $2 up (allowed on sale). Heine. 136 Ellis.
SOHMER, Byron Mauzy and other pianos. 30S
WANTED— 2 Square Pianos and 4 Cabinet Or-
gans. BYRON MAUZY. 30S Post st.
KNABE pianos: n?w scale; new styles. KOH-
LER & CHASE. 30 O'Fnrrcll st.
SUPERIOR violins, zithers, old and new. H~
MULLKR. maker, repairer. 2 Latham place.
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OFFICES AND STORE — TOLEtT
EMMA SPRECKELS building. 927 Market tt^- I
Desirable offices. $12 SO to $20.
MME. NEEROAARD, pupil of Count St. Ger-
main. 616 Geary St., above Jones: classes;
office hours. 1 to 8 p. m.; reading by mail. $1.
WANTED— lady alone, partner with small
capital to enlarge lodging-house. Box 2199.
WANTED— SISO partner in chicken business;
fine chance: near city. Box 2023. Call.
WOULD like to Gee the relatives of O. JACOBI-
SON, who died in Daws born in Gotten-
burg. Goteberg, Sweden, regarding his estate.
ED. WIBURG, 1227 Pacific st, San Francisco,
OUR leather Is carved in Mexico: beautiful
belts $1; special Mexican art. 114 Stockton st.
THE halrdresslng parlors of G. LEDERER,
the popular hairdresser, will be open all day
Saturday, September 9. 123 Stockton st.
LEDEREIVS artistic hair dressers will show
you the new imported styles, 25c; Lederer's
Foamo Shampoo Is the best yet; nothing so
good; 5c pkg. G. LEDERER, 123 Stockton st.
SCRAPPLE— sell receipt and Instruct pur-
chaser In making the celebrated Philadelphia
Scrapple. Address Scrapple. 643 Geary st. N
EGYPTIAN Enamel, cosmetic, makes faces
beautiful 50c. Mrs. Butler, r. 350. Phelan bldg.
MARY— I got my handsome cap-.! at the East-
ern Outfitting Co.. 1306 Stockton, nr. Broad-
way. There you can get most anything In that
line on easy payments; open evenings.
ASSORTMENT of Imported and domestic rem-
nants for suits to order $10 75; pants. $3 75;
nothing higher. One-Price Tailoring Co., MM
Market st., under St. Nicholas Hotel.
JOHN L. BOONE, Patent Trademark
Attorney at Law. and Copyright
No. 4 Sutter St., Laws a Specialty
Ban Francisco, Cal. American and Foreign
Send for Circular^ Patents Solicited.
ELFCTRIC lights in every room; Winchester
Hotel 44 Third st. near Market; 700 rooms;
25c to $1 60 per night: $1 50 to $6 per week;
free 'bus snd baggage to and from the ferry.
JIME LOUISE'S manicure parlor has removed
from O'Farrell to 132 Eddy st.
RUPTURE piles cured; examination free.
Dr». Mansfield & Porterfield. S3* Market St.
A— LADIES' tailor-made suits to order at
w' -sale figures. KRAMER. 20 Sansome St.
GOOD tai.or-made suits at reasonable prices
by F. BCHOBTTLER. 320 Kearny st.
JAMES / SORENSON, watchmaker and Jew-
eler, removed to lC" Sixth st.. near Mission.
RiPTURE stricture cured: no knire; no Injec-
tion; guarantd. Dr. Gordln.sl4 Pine, ab.Krny.
A— Ladles' or gents' clothing, furniture bought.
sold; tel. Mint 997. JACOBS. IUT, Folsom st.
SUITS to order on easy installments. L.
LEMOS. 1117 Ma-'--' St.. bet. 7th and Sth.
WANTED— OId gold for manufacng. O. Nolte.
Jeweler. 248 O'Farrell. bet. Powell & Mason.
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PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
DR. OLIVE ORUVER. :ree treatment daily. 10
a. m. and 12 m. 1206 Market St.. room 8.
DR. C. C. O'DONNELL, office and residence.
1021% Market St.. bet. Sixth and Seventh.
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REAL ESTATE — CITY FOR SALE.
$325 LARGE lot, 44:6x103:6, nr. Sunnyside; 1
block from two car lines; positive bargain;
no humbug. Owner, 2\ Powi I and 2.
FORECLOSURE— 2 cottages; Twenty-fifth St.;
gorfd rental; lot 2E:;114: bath; cheap; mane
offer. Inquire 28> Clipper st.
Five, 6, 7, 9 and 10 room houses, finished
with all modern conveniences, fronting on
Waller, Pierce and Primrose >-ts.. from JSlwO
to $4500; terms to suit purchaser. F. NED-
$32— WEBSTER. 821. corner McAllister— S sunny
corner rooms and 1 baths; a bargain. BHAIN-
WALD, BUCKBEE & CO., 220 .".. ntgon
IF you have lots north of Golden Gate Park,
west of First aye.. ;;nd you wish to sell them,
call on W. J. GUNN, 410 .V iitgomerv st.
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United States, pustpaid. f "r ?1 per y.ar.
KKAL ESTATE — COUNTRY — For Snlo
MENLO PARK— 2% acres up: $110 to $160 p»r
acre; large -jaks; water; rich soil: % cash;
bank sale. W. G. GRIFFITH, room 311.
VINEYARD; close to Napa City, 50
acres with winery and all improvements; this
would make on-- Bt resorts in Cali-
fornia. Mclaughlin & co.. ::: .■ Market.
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ROOMS FOR HOI SEKEEPING.
CLAY, 1610 Rooms for light housekeeping for
man and wife; private house; no other room-
EIGHTH, 10%, near Market— Sunny furnished
bedroom and kitchen; reasonable.
EDDY, '.'l7- Nicely furnished connecting house-
keeping rms.; splendid location; private res.
ELLIS, 800 near Van Ness aye.— Nice sunny
furnished basement; large yard, gas stove,
etc. : references.
GEARY. 1917— 4 nice unfurnished rooms; b;.th;
toilet; gas; yard: b.-isement; furnished hall.
GIRARD House. 102 Seventh— l large sunny un-
furnished room: furnished .-uites^
HOWARD, 846— Nice housekeeping rooms, very
■ . $4 up.
HOWARI . large sunny room; two
gentlemen, or convenient for light housekeep-
! Tivate. |
IVANHOE, iir: Polk, cor. Geary— Light, clean,
Funr.y: fur. bkpg. suites (3 to 5 r.). $15 up;ref^
LAItKIN, 326—2 or 3 sunny housekeeping apart-
ts; furnished complete ; gas range; bath.
ENWORTH, 1503, nr Jackson— 3 sunny
furnishc! I ' ,">ing: W0-
O'FARRELL, 12S Powell— Nice front
room. $6. Apply at 16 Grant aye.
EDDY, 532—3 unfurnished rooms and yard; rent
per month. t
MISSION. 1 7 J • ■ . near Thirteenth— 2 or 3 sunny
furn. hki.R rooms; bath; lam md til
POLK, ".22— Unfurnished housekeeping rooms;
RINCON place. 28, off Harrison, bet. First and
Second— View of bay; sunnyroom and kitchen
for lady or man and wife; no children.
SHIPLEY, - ■ ; Natoma. 60, 2
rooms. $5. for hkpg.; ac dogs, no children.
SIXTH, 405— Suite of housekeeping rooms, with
gas and bath; $12 per month.
BUTTER, 1111. nr. Larkin— Comfortably furn.
single suites; also hskpg.: terms reasonable.
THE Piedmont— ll9A Sixth— Furnished rooms
fnr housekeeping: also other rooms.
THIRD, 303— Housekeeping rooms; also single
rooms, $1 up.
THIRD, M 0 Two rooms, ■ mplete for house-
keeping; rent SS per month.
TWENTY-FIRST, 3-7 S. near Valencia — 5 sunny
furnished housekeeping rooms; renovated;
A BRANCH office for Call advertisements and
subscriptions i-as been established at 1096 Va-
ROOMS TO LET — Furn. and ! nium.
ABBOTSFORD (The), c r. Broadway and Polk—
Quiet and homelike; rooms bright and sunny,
single, suite; charges moderate; cars direct.
AT Hotel Francisco, Turk and Taylor sts.—
Homelike house; modern service; elevator;
bath; rooms. 50c to $1 X day. MRS. J. KING.
A PRAXOTI office for Call advertisements and
subscriptions has been established at 1096 Va-
AT New Grand. 246 Cd— 2<~n lst-class =unnyrms.,
15c to $1 day; 90c to $4 wk; also housekeeping.
A— BRUNSWICK HOUSE, MS Sixth — Rooms.
25c to $1 per night; $1 25 to »5 per week, and
light housekeeping: open all night.
A NICELY furnished front sunny bay-window
room with bath for gentleman; central. Box
BURNETT. 1426 Market (old No. 1364)— Fur-
nished rms.. suites, single; also unfurnished.
CARROLTON, 1206 Market, cor. Golden Gata
aye.— Sunny corner: well furn. rms. & offices.
EDDY, 123 (United States J'otel)— Clean, neat
rooms, from *1 60 a wetk up.
EDDY. 21S— Furnished rooms, single and en
suite; also for hi
ELLIS. 618— Large room for 2 gentlemen; all
conveniences; newly furnished; *IS^
EXCELSIOR House. 39 Turk cor. Taylor— New
mangt. ; sunny front bay-wind, rms. ; trans nt.
FULTON. 218 cnr. Van Ness— Neatly furnished
flat; 3 rooms; pus range, bath; also others.
GEARY. 14 A Nicely furnished suite of rooms;
also single rooms from $1 up.
GEARY 406 (The Navarre)— Comfortable furn.
rooms; trr. tted. MRS.±j3CisR.
GEARY, 556 Eleganl sunnj parlors, piano,
phone; other rooms; light housekeeping-.
GRAND SOUTHERN. ~SE. cor. Seventh and
Mission st«.— Sunny rooms, en suite or single;
ladies' parlors; r elevator.
GROVE 28^-Two nice front sunny rooms, en
suite or single: modern conveniences, gas and
bath; rent reasonable.
HANCOCK House. 7SI Mission— Select family
rooming house; $1 50 to 36 per week.
HAWTHORNE. 172. bet. Second and Third,
near Harrison -Pleasant sunny rooms; board
HOWARD. 715—200 sunny rooms: nicely fur-
nished; every convenience; electric lights.
HOWARD. S23— Furnished rooms from $1 per
week up; also housekeeping and transient.
HOWARD. 1144— Nice sunny suites; running
water; reasonable: permanent patrons desired.
LEAVENWORTH, 405, near Ellis— Fine sunny
rooms to let.
LEXINGTON, 134. nr. Eighteenth— Three
rooms, $9; also 114 Eleventh, one furnished
MARKET. IC37<4— The Epworth; clean and re-
ppectable; prices low.
MASON. MM Nice single furnished room for
MINNA. ZS3— Double and single sunny rooms;
MINNA. 667, cor.Kighth— Newly furnished bay-
window room. $1 per week; transient.
NATOMA, 245— Furnished rooms, $1 $1 ani »
$1 f.O; housekeeping rooms, $2 50 per week.
"NEWPORT." 21 Franklin, nr. Market— Lariro
bay-win, rms. and single. $S up; also hskp|
O'FARRELL. 20-Sunny furnished rooms and"
offices , elevator|_rtectrt C lights: d»v" m n o d