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SAN FRANCISCO CALL.
BUSINESS OFFICE of the San Francisco
Call, comer of Market and Third streets, open
until It o'clock every flight In the year.
BRANCH OFFICES— 627 Montgomery street,
corner Clay; open until 9:30 o'clock.
SCO Hayefl street: open until 9:30 o clock.
C 33 McAllister street; open until 9:30 o'clock.
615 i^irkln street; open until 9:30 o'clock.
1911 Mission Ktreet; open until 10 o'clock.
2261 Market street, corner Sixteenth; open
until 9 o'clock.
106 Eleventh street: open until 9 o clocK.
1096 Valencia Btreet: open until 9 o'clock.
Northwest corner of Twenty-second and Ken
tucky streets: open until 9 o'clock.
GOLDEN Gate Commandery No. 16. .*_
K. T Golden Gate building;. fi2s Put- TSf*
ter St.— Special assembly THIS EVEN- _I
ING at s o'clock. The order of the W
Temple will be conferred. All fraters w
are courteously invited.
J. C. CAMPBELL, Em. Com.
WM. T. FONDA, Recorder.
BAN Francisco Chapter No. 1, Royal ,_J\_
Arch Masons, meets THIS EVENING. '■FIT
R. A. degree. L_l__
CALIFORNIA Lodge No. 1. F. and A. ■
M.— The officers and members of the -J\_
above named Kxipe are hereby notified Ttjr
to attend the funeral of our late / *
brother, AUGUST HENRY WAGNER, in
King Solomon's Hall. Masonic Temple, on
MONDAY. September 11. 1599, at 1 o'clock
p. m. Master Masons and friends of the de-
ceased are invited. By order of the master.
FRANKLIN H. DAY, Secretary-
OCCIDENTAL Lodge No. 22. F. and A. •
M.— THIS (MONDAY) EVENING, itji
7:30 o'clock. 3 D. By order of the J__T
W. M. '»!
WALTER G. ANDERSON, Secretary.
ICING Solomon's Lodge No. 260. F. and •
A. M.— First degree THIS (MONDAY) __\_
EVENING. Nt 7:30 o'clock. By order J__C
of the Master. '^r >
HARRY BAEHR. Secretary.
THE annual meeting of the stockholders of the !
Dairymen's Union of California will be held '
at the office of the corporation, 124-126-12S :
Davis St., on MONDAY, September 11. 1839. ;
at 1 o'clock p. m.. for the purpose of electing
directors for the enduing year and the trans-
action of such other business a« may come !
before the meeting. S. H. CHEDA. Sec.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
MAGUIRE & GALLAGHER— G. Ma- |
quire (ex-Congressman) and James L. Galla- |
gher (ex-City and County Attorney) ha.v« ,
moved their law offices to the Parrott build- j
ing. 825-855 Market St.; tel. South 215. I
ADVICE free; divorce law a specialty; private;
BO fee without success; collections. G. W. I
HOWE, atty at law. S5O Market, cor. Stocktn. I
CLARA FOLT7.'. attorney at law, Crocker
bldg.; tel. Black 71: practices in all courts.
L. S. CLARK. Emma Bpreckels building, 927 j
Market; consultation free: no fees In advance.
J. R. PARKER, 916 Market St.. room 87; advio*
free: charge low: business pushed.
NAGLE & NAGLE, Attorney? -...-Law, Emma
Spreckels building, 927 Market St.
ADVICE "free; no charge unless successful. W.
W. DAVIDSON. 927 Market at., opp Mason.
6. X BALLARD, 401 Cal. St.. designs, audits *
adjusts accounts for corporations & firms; ret.
BOARD AND ROOMS.
HOTEL FAIRMOUNT— nrst-claas; 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;
suite* without board, $1 per day: single rooms.
Me; ppeclal rates by month, also to tourists. |
GEARY. 532— Lonfvorth; elegantly fur-
nished front suite, single rooms, excellent
EDDY. GoB— Nicely furnished rooms and board;
private; gas; bath; running water; hot, cold.
HOTEL WILMOT, 728 Sutter— Handsomely
furnished sunny suites, with private bath.
ROOM and board cheap. 546 Howard st.
VAN NESS. 944— Elegantly furnished rooms,
with excellent board; reasonable.
BOARDING FOR CHILDREN.
WIDOW lady with a nice home wants chil-
dren to board: mother's care. Box 209, Call
WOULD like a nice child to board; a good
home. Call at 319 2d aye.. Richmond District.
WANTED— I or 2 children to board at 439 '
WANTED— lnfant to board; $10 per month. 210
BOOKS — NEW AXD OLD.
SCHOOL BOOKS bought and exchanged.
Holmes Book Co.. 7C4 Mission St.. near Third.
A— SI2SO— CORNER saloon with 6 rooms; rent
: mercantile lunch; surrounded by whole-
bale houses an. l iron foundries; place clearing
above $150 per month, lease; a splendid offer.
R. O. WILKE, *"6 Market st.
A — s4so0 — THE leading restaurant and oyster
parlor on Market St.; open day and night; Bo
better paying place in this city; lease. R. G.
WILKE, 806 Market st.
$500 — CORNER salr.^n, with side entrance and
clv broom; runs $60; choicest locution; 1 block
from I'lieian building. R. G. WILKE, 906
A— s2Soo; saloon; kept by present owner 11
years; few doors from Market St.; vicinity
Baldwin Hotel; lease; a first-class paying
place; no better offer for location or business
In the market. R. G. WILKE. 906 Market.
A— M;>o; PARTNER wanted, man or lady, in
first-class paying home bakery, delicacy and
lunch house; clos-e to Powell and Ellis sts.;
il"0 for each partner guaranteed. Particulars
R. G. WILKE • ■ Murket st.
A— slsoo; CORNER grocery and bar; transfer
point; rent $40; a good-paying store; estab-
lished years; full value in sight; all cash
trade. Call R. G. WILKE. 906 Market st.
A— S6OO— CORNER saloon In the heart of city;
near Market St.; old established; must be sold
account sickness, M. LESS, 765 Market st.
A— S7S'">— BUTCHER shop; prosperous town of
State; 75 miles from city; more than value;
best-class trade; hotels, restaurants and pri-
vate : worth $1500; clearing $100 monthly. M.
LESS, 7« '■■
A— s7"."- • ORNER; fruit, groceries, cigars, to-
etc; store .-entral: north, nr.
Mnrk-t : clearing H2i monthly: retiring from
business. M. LESS, 76E Market st.
$201 BARBER shop; 8 chairs; 4 rooms; rent
$17 JO, must be sold; snap. LESS, 785 Market.
A— s7oo- BAKERY; fine loratl.n: handsome
(■tore; G sunny living rooms; 3 good horses,
wagon; baking 1-? barrels flour daily; owner
retiring. STENBERG CO., 26H Kenrny st.
a $n . .7.7777
fronting popular hotel of 700 r<K.:iiS. STEN-
HKPJ ; Kearny st.
0; laundry route, best in city; good for
nd wagon; will stand in-
vestigation. KREDO & CO., 22i* Geary Bt.
A— s3ooo; dray ing business: best in San Joaquin
Valley; average pi iflta $300 monthly; old age
crush • sale. KREDO .t CO., 22\ 2 Geary at.
A— sUo; delicacy and stationery store; $5 daily;
nic - KIIKI >O & CO., 2214 Geary.
$650— SALOON; best bargain In the city on ac-
count of sickness. McLAUGHLIN & CO.,
777'j Murket St.
$300 — WOOD and coal yard; departure cause of
sale. Mclaughlin a. <<>.. nru Market st.
J MANUFACTURING business; cash sales;
large profits. McLAUGHLIN &. CO., 777"*
|400— RESTAURANT doing good business, full
investigation given, good for man a.nd wife,
same party ran it for h years; good country
hotel, 4u rooms
$275. branch bakery and notion store. EITEL.
ir.es>-! Market at.
$300— OCEAN VTEW Addition saloon, snap; also
Inside saloons, for $200, $300, J4OC, $600, $600,
$800. SlOOO, etc 1 .; groceries from VW to $5000.
GERMAN AMERICAN, 34 Kearny st.
$700— SALOON— Best location city, near Market
St.; central; line business. BASILE, 3 Eddy.
Al CIGAR Mle. Inquire at HOFF-
MAN CO.. 108 Turk st.
CASH (roOOT, daily receipts, $23; rent $15; sold
at a sacrifice, owner having to leave at once.
Address box 792, Call office, Oakland.
PHILADELPHIA House, opp. California Thea-
ter, 421 Bush st, cor. of Kearny— 4B rooms;
gas. water In every room; price $800.
A CHANCE for house painter; old-established
liusincfF, tools and stock; low rent. 92C Wash-
LADY wants working partner with some cash
in good payiDg businoss; security for cash in-
vested. M., 62€<6 I St.. Sacramento.
RESTAURANT; good location; cheap rent;
good chance for man and wife. 1841 Market.
$7uO— MILK route: 60 gallons per day; 3 horses,
buggy and wagon. 318 Langton st.
fcUTCHER shop; good location; cash business;
sell or rent account sickness. Box 2122. Call.
FOR SALE— Fruit and oyster stand; very
cheap. Inquire McCLAIN'S, 1576 Market st.
PARTNER in a blacksmlthlng and wagon-
making business. Aadress box 2127, Call.
$400— RESTAURANT, with every convenience;
fine location; good trade; sickness. 1008 Hyde.
BUSINESS CHANCES— Continued.
BARGAINS this week. HEALY, 917 Market
Saloon; 3 rooms; at half value $275
Grocery and bar; fine location; rooms 22)
I'.irtner in rest, business; clears $75 each. 2"0
Bakery, confec, cigars, etc.; country town 500
ReFtaurant clearing $100 month; vicinity Mar-
ket and city Hall; best of reasons for selling.
RETAIL and wholesale wine business on Mar-
ket st.; widely known and well advertised;
steadily growing bar and family trade; own-
er completely retiring from line of business;
rare chance for active party. Communicate at
once with D. E. N., box 3203, Call office; no
$750— AN old-established corner saloon; side en-
trance to tamale cafe; fair stock; good busi-
ness; engaged in other business cause of sale.
632 Market St.. room 6.
FOR SALE— S3OO; bakery, confectionery, notion,
coffee and ice cream parlors; rent $10: doing
S26' per mo. ; good reasons for selling. Address
J. A. WOODARD, Fruitvale aye., Fruitvale.
FKT'IT and candy store; doing good business;
good location; proprietor sick; terms reason-
able; trial given. Address box 3225, Call.
COFFEE and tea routes m,>plied from GF.O.
W. C A SWELL & CO.'S\4l2 Sacramento st.
PRIVATE boarding house; 15 rooms: all full;
north of Market. Box IS4I, Call office.
GOOD paying inside route for sale; this paper.
Apply Call office.
FOR pale — Good paying Inside route on this
paper. Aj>n!y Call office.
CARRIAGES AND WAGONS.
ICO RETS second-hand harness; wagons, carts,
buggies, surreys nn<l horses. 1140 Folsom st.
ALL kinds of wagons, buggies, carts, harness.
etc. cheap. EGAN & SON. 2117 Mission st.
CARPET BEATING AND CLEANING.
WHEN you become disgusted with poor work
send to SPAULDING'S Pioneer Carpet-
beating Works. 353-357 Tehama St.; tel. S. 40.
LAST ar.d best, Sanitary Cleaning Co., "for
health." 342 McAllister st. : phone South Ui.
J. McQUEEN'S California Carpet Cleaning Co.,
4GB Stevenson st. ; tel. South 225: lowest rates.
ADVANCK Carpet Cleaning Co.. :02 Sutter st. ;
tel. Main 394. GEO. WALCOM. Proprietor.
CARPETS cleaned at 3c per yard; laid at 3c.
STRATTON'S. 3 Eighth St.; tel. Jessie 944.
_ E. MITCHELL Carpet Cleaning Co.. 240 14th
*Bt. ; cleaning, 3c per yard: tel. Mission 7V
CONKLIN'S Carpet-beating Works. $33 'Jolden
Gate aye.: tel. East 126.
UTICA Cleaning and Toilet Compounds and
Compound Paste; a household blessing: a sure
cure for poison oak. SAMUEL SEYMOUR,
Agent. Office and factory. 21 Ppear st.
CLAIRVOYANTS AND St IHITUALISM.
MRS. DR. CLARK,
the well-known trance medium and clair-
voyant, n.ay be consulted on all affairs of
life. 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 buried prop-
erty; locates treasures and minerals; tells
your entire life, past present and future,
while in a perfect trance; perfect satisfaction
guaranteed by mail; send 6tamp for circular
with special terms. MRS. DR. F. CLARK,
1022H Market, nr. 6th. Always consult the beat.
MM 1 ?. PORTER, wonderful clairvoyant and
card reader: born with double veil and second
sight; diagnoses disease: full life readings;
ladies, 50c; gents, |1; sittings. $1 50. 12* Turk
C STEERS, medium, 1124 Oak St.; circles
Tues. 8 p, m. ; Thurs.. 2 p. m. ; $25c; read-
MME. LANGE, queen of clairvoyants. 1167 Mar-
ket, bet. 7th and Sth; fee 25c up; satisfaction.
MME. AUGUST, 1149 Mission St.. clairvoyant,
card reader and palmist; truth or no pay; 25c.
MRS. EHRHORN. clairvoyant and healing by
faith; meetings Tues. & Thur. cv. 226V4 Clara.
MME. HANSON, card reader and palmist;
past, present, future; 25c. 148 Sixth St., r. 12.
GYPS? life reader, returned with renewed
power In spiritualist reading; 25c up. 5 7th.
MRS J. J. WHITNEY, trance test medium,
life reader, medical clairvoyant. 232 Stockton.
YOUR future told by cards, 25c; daily, 10 a.
m. to 10 p. m. ; Sun., 7tolo p. m. 105 Larkln.
MME MOREAU. the best medium and card
reader; 25c up. 73 Fourth ft , near Mission.
MRS C. .T. MEYER. 335 McAllister, tests dally ex-
cept Wed.Sat. :2&Sp.m.,loc&2nc;slttings daily.
MME SYBILLE. cradle to grave; future hus-
band's picture. ;>; ladles. i>l4 O'F.ir^ell st.
GEORGE W. KELLY'S Agency; no charge un-
less successful. Room 2W. 927 Market st.
COTTAGES TO LET.
ALMOST new cottage of 4 rooms. 3272 Fol-
Rom st.: rent $10; key at 3:.0 Preclta aye.
SUNNY cottage, 5, 6 rooms: corner flat, 7 rms.;
bath, gas; cheap. 1876,15 th St., nr. Dolores.
COTTAGE 5 rooms and bath; first-class condl-
ti-n. gas: W: large yard. 3<>24 Nineteenth !
COTTAGE, 5 rooms; furnished complete for
housekeeping; piano: $15. 32 Dearborn St.,
rff Seventeenth, near Valencia.
A— DR. T. S. HIGGINS' dental parlors. 9*7
Market St., over Cafe Zinkand— Teeth extract-
ed without pain by the use of electricity, gas
cr chloroform; also by local anaesthetics ap-
plied to the gums; the best and most artistic
dental work at reasonable prices; pure gold
fillings from Jl up; other fillings from 50c;
badly decayed teeth carefully treated and
filled or crowned without pain; plates that fit
lrotn J4 50 up' flesh colored plates from $3 50
up; teeth without plates a specialty; open
evenings and Sundays.
A NEW anesthetic for painless dentistry,
Fynol. on application to the gums, removes
the pain; see our flesh-colored plfttes, thinner
mid stronger than rubber, warranted for 20
years; crown and bridge work; teeth with-
out a plate; fillings. 50c; crowns, $3 50; plates,
full set $5; all work painless and warranted.
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,
$3 50 up; plates, extractions free, $4 50 up; of-
fice hours, 9a. m. to 10 p. m. ; Sundays, 9 to 2
p. m. G. W. WILLIAMSON, M. D., Manager.
DR. GEORGE W. LEEK. 20 O'Farrell St.. ex-
tracts and fills teeth palnlepsly by his wonder-
ful secret method; crowns. $2; bridges, H:
rubber or flexible plates, $3; received 8 first
prizes: no students; guaranteed 12 years.
VAN VROOM— Painless extraction by electric-
ity; guarantee 10 yeans; lowest prices; 10
operators: no students. 997 Market st.
DR. LUDLUM HILL. 1443 Market St., near
Eleventh; crowns, bridge work and fillings a
specialty; all work reasonable: gas given.
SET of teeth without a plate. DR. H. G.
YOUNG. 1841 Polk St.
MEYER, 6 Turk: Deutscher Zahnarzt; crown
and bridge work: open Sundays. 9 to 12 m.
DRESSMAKERS AND SEAMSTRESSES
LATEST patterns Just arrived fr~m New York
at McDowell Dressmnkinr 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, mineralogy,
surveying, etc.; electrical engineering — theory,
practice, design, construction, mechanical
drawing; 25 teachers; Individual instruction;
200 graduates annually placed in positions;
students can enter for any course any time;
no entrance examinations; new 80-page cata-
A~NIGHT School for Men. Y. M. C. A.. Mason
an<3 Ellis sts.— Opens October 2. Business and
Industrial course— Shorthand, typewriting,
bookkeeping, electricity, mechanical and
architectural drawing, German, Spanish,
English, grammar, mathematics, elocution,
commercial law, physical culture classes, etc.
A membership privilege. Call or send for
school catalogue. Tuition within reach of all.
AYRKS' ffuplneßS College, 723 Market St., short-
hand, typewriting, bookkeeping. wrltlngEnß-
llsh, telegraphy, under qualified teacher; low
rates; life scholarship, J6O; catalogue.
A— THE Lyceum, accredited preparatory school
for the universities, law and medical colleges;
day and evening courses; references, Pres.
Jordan or any Stanford professor. Phelan big.
M. G. BARRETT, a leading court and general
reporter (graduate of State Normal). Instructs
In shorthand; pupils by mall. 302 Montgomery.
ACCOUNTANTS and reporters rh teachers;
Ellis system, sunny rooms; low rates; day,
even. San Francisco Bus. College, 1238 Markt.
ENGINEERING School, civil. eleotrfCSi, min-
ing, mech. survey, assay, archl. ;day and even.;
est. 1864 VAN DER NAILLEN, 933 Market.
LADY, experienced high school teacher. Uni-
versity graduate, teaches In families. 964
Adeline st., Oakland.
SINGING— J. R. OGILVIE, vocal studio. 1523
Scott St., near Post, for terms; daily.
PIANO and German; pupil of conservatory of
Lelpsic; lessons, 75c. S2O Golden Gate aye.
SINGING, piano; Paris grad. ; French, Spanish,
$2 mo. 630 G. O. aye., r. 6-7; hours 2 to 8.
LAW Schools. 927 Market, S. F., and 906 Broad-
way, Oakland; day and night ; correspondence.
MISS Guadalupe Vallejo teaches Spanish and
English; competent; translations. 1512 Cal. St.
THE SAN FKAKCISCO CALL, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1899.
"EXPANSION" the order at DURHAM'S Bub-
» mess College. 305 Larkln St., opp. City Hall.
J BOOKKEEPING. arithmetic.Rrammar. writing;
j day and night; terms low. 1024 Mlyplon.nr.6th.
' ORPHEVM Employment Office — Japanese, Chi-
; nese. 426 Powell, nr. Sutter; tel. Black 1321.
: JAPANESE-CHINESE Emp. Agency; all kinds
help. GEO. OAKI, 30 Gaary St.; tel. Grant 56.
EMPLOYMENT W ANTED FEMALE.
■ FLHST^CLASS German cook desires a situa-
tion; best reference; city or country. MISS
H. CULLINAN, 323 Sutter s^
FIRST-CLASS seamstress and chambermaid
' ilesires a situation; best reference; city or
1 country. MISS H. CULLINAN', 323 Sutter at.
FIRST-CLASS Swedish cook desires a situa-
tion; reference. MISS H. CULLINAN, 323
Sutter st. ; phone Main 651.
fTrST-CLASS chambermaid and^ waitress de-
sires a situation; city or country: reference.
MISS H. CULLINAN, 323 Sutter st^
MIDDLE-AGED woman good cook and house-
uorker. $15. MRS. NORTON. 313 Sutter St.
GERMAN girl wishes situation at second work,
strong and willing. MRS. NORTON, 313
' SWEDISH houseglrl, good cook; best refer-
; ences. MRS. NORTON, 31S PutterjsT
COMPETENT second girl desires situation;
best of ref.; city or country. MISS CULLEN,
325 Sutter st.
I FIRST-CLASS American cook desires sttua-
| tion; understands her business; city or coun-
try. MISS CULLEN, 325 Sutter St.
j G( mi) American woman wants work by the
day; cleaning empty houses; also carpet
I cleaning and all kinds of work: fine worker;
$1 a day and care fare. 276 Jessie St., near
Fourth, first floor, room 1.
1 EXPERIENCED girl from New York wishes
| a situation as chambermaid and waitress; no
card*. Call 156 Clara st.. bet. Fourth and
LADY would like a position as housekeeper
in widower's family. Call at 11 Taylor St.,
WOMAN wishes situation as cook or general
housework, in country or city; best of refer-
ences. Apply 603 Minna st.
1 W<>MAN wishes situation as cook or genera!
housework, in country or city; best refer-
ence. Apply 155 Natoma st^
W( 'MAN wishes situation as cook or general
housework, in city or country; best reference.
Box 2035, Call office.
| GERMAN girl wishes situation to do general
housework in Catholic family; wages $25. 7
Van Ness aye.
SWEDISH woman wishes to do general house-
work in small family; good cook: K°od refer-
ence. 235 Thirteenth St., near Howard.
GERMAN woman wishes a few steady places
washing; $1 Der day and carfare. Address
| Call Branch office. SOO Hayes st.
i AN old soldier's daughter wants position as
housekeeper. Address box VISA, c ;i l! office.
AN id lady for home and board and a little
money. 265 Shipley St.
' A YOUNG lady desires position for general of-
I floe work; bookkeeping, shorthand and type-
t writing; can give good references; small
I wages. Address box 2123, Call.
YOUNG lady going to Hawaii wishes position
as companion and maid; free fare for service.
Apply 100 Cook St., off Geary.
i MIDDLE-AGED, respectable widow wishes a
situation as housekeeper in small family or
will take care of Invalid; call. MRS. WIL-
SON. 1532 Mason St.
DRESSMAKER; stylish fit guaranteed: even-
Ing dresses a specialty; $1 60 per day. Ad-
drpss box 2012. Call office.
GERMAN woman wants housework, washing
ami Ironing. 1651 Howard St.
' THOROUGH fitter on tailor suits wishes en-
gagements; terms, $1 50 per day. 402 Mason.
! A MIDDLE-AGED woman wishes situation as
housekeeper where there are children; Ger-
nmn preferred; wages $14 per month. Apply
I 2312 Clay St.
j 2 EASTERN girls desire positions as cook and
second girl; best references; country pre-
ferred. Box 2249. Call office^
YOUNG woman will take curtains to wash at
home, or flannels. Address F., Call branch
office, 300 Hayes st.
WINCHESTER House, 44 Third st., near Mar-
ket; 200 rooms; 25c to $1 50 night; $1 50 to $6
week: convenient and respectable: free 'bus
and baggage to and from ferry.
A BRANCH oftice for Call advertisements and
subscriptions has been established at 1096 Va-
EMPLOYMENT WANTED MALE.
CHINESE and Japanese Employment Office;
best help. 414"^ O'Farrell st. : tel. East 426.
\T!''X want. '. Man about 30; small
ranch or take charge of family home: good
milker, gardener, carpenter and painter. Box
I 2260, Call office.
LADIES' tailors— Cutter and fitter on ladles'
tailor Garments wants position. Box 2259,
j Call office.
YOUNG man wants situation taking care of
horses, cow, garden; good driver; handy with
tools; references. Box 2117, Call office.
WANTED— Work by young man; window,
housecleanlng or other work. HENRY AN-
DERSEN, 952 Bush St., tel. East 963.
BARBERS— Good barber wants work for $10
per week; city or country. Address box 2026,
■ Call office.
WANT situation; steward or manager In small
I house, with references; wide experience; good ,
reputation; great ability; sober and econom-
ical- capable to fill any vacancy In the house;
will go anywhere. GEO-. STALL, New York
Exchange, San Jose. •
j YOUNG Danish man wishes situation as coach-
man and gardener; can milk; handy with
tools; temperate habits: good references.
Address P. LUND, 360 Seventh St.. Oakland.
1 MAN and wife want work; man. first-class
I milker; wife, good cook. 4427 Mission road.
A GERMAN, 60 years, single, wishes to work
around house; understands the care of horses
and cows; is also handy with tools. Box
TRAINED nurse and masseur desires evening
-engagements. Box 2120, Call office.
CHINESE first-class cooks and laundrymen
want situations; city or country. CHINESE
COOK, 623 Davis st.
JAPANESE schoolboy wants situation In a
good family. Box 2024, Call.
SITUATION wanted by first-class coatmaker.
Address SIMON DALALIAN. Fresno. Cal.
WINEMAKER and cellar foreman, with 15
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. i
A BRANCH office for Call advertisements and
subscriptions has been established at 1096 Va-
GEORGE MAYERLE, German expert optician.
1071V4 Market St., San Francisco. Exam, free.
FLATS TO LET.
A 4-ROOM flat; 128 O'Farrell St., cor. Powell,
nr. the Orpheum; $12. Apply 16 Grant aye.
A LOWER bay-window flat; 4 large rooms,
bo\h, yard. 714 Franklin St., nr. Golden Gate.
i FIFTEENTH, 2162— Nice modern sunny flat C
rooms, bath, basement; north of Market,
near car; rent reasonable; take Castro-st. car.
FLAT hunting made easy with the printed
list you get from BALDWIN & HOWELU,
10 Montgomery st. , " .
JESSIE, 14'j4, bet. 13th and 14th— Upper flat, I
rooms, hall and cellar; no children.
. THIRD, — Latest Improved flats: Ist, 8 rms.,
2 kitchens; 2d. 7 rms., one kitchen: new build-
ing; both double bay-window sunny suits.
jo — 4 rooms; furnished or unfurnished; N.
W. corner Post and Hyde sts. Inquire 805&
LOWER flat of 6 large rooms, with por-
celain bath. 643, Castro St., near Nineteenth.
; $9— UPPER flat, 4 sunny rooms. 377 Sanchez
st., near Seventeenth. . ■ . ■
UPPER flat of i rooms; large yard and stables.
2 Hay ward St., off Harrison.
1 2 NEW flats, sunny side view, 6 and 6 rooms,
bath, laundry, fine garden. 1014 . Thirteenth
St., near Scott. . •_ •
2 CHOICE sunny flats; 6 and 7 rooms, bath;
sanitary plumbing. 1336-1340 Fell. nr. Baker.
~ FURNITURE FOR SALE.
TAPESTRY Bruss«l carpet sewed, laid and
lined, 25c to 50c; linen warp matting, 16c per
yard this week only. EASTERN OUTFIT-
TING CO.. 1310-1312 Stockton st. "••..', ■■;-
' FURNITURE of an 8-room flat for sale; no
agents. Call between 11 and 3, 7 Hyde st. 1
4 ROOMS furnished in oak for $48 50. with No.
7 range. King Furniture Co.. 1127-1131 Market.
WANTED— SSOOO carpeta.furnlture.etc.; highest
price paid; postal. M. Silversteln, 1121 Market.
2ND hand— Highest cash price paid. 869 Mission.
HELP WASTED s*__
RELlABLE~aKents~waiited. National Mutual
Maturity Co., room 209. Examiner building.
HELP WANTED— FEMALE.
HOUSEWORK, AiamedaTtfO. in family; must
have good reference. MISS H. CULUNAN,
323 Suttar st. -.. : > . ■.
TWO chambermaids and waitresses, San Ma-
teo, $20 each; second girl, sleep home, $18.
MISS CULLINAN, 323 Sutter St., phone Main
651. :j\ ' - -
YOUNG girl to assist housework, sleep home,
$12; French nurse girl, $20. MISS H. CULLI-
NAN. 323 Sutter st. - '
CHAMBERMAID, city hotel, $15. MISS H.
CULLINAN, 323 Sutter st. ; -
HOUSEWORK, Menlo Park. $25; Raymond,
$20, free fare; Alameda, $20; Oakland, $20;
Belvedere. $20; Ban Rafael, $25, and several
other towns; a number of housework girls,
city, $25, $20 and $15; 10 young girls to assist,
$10 to $15; 10 waitresses and chambermaids,
city and country, $20 and $25; 4 second girls.
520 and $26 each. MISS H. CULLINAN. 323.
Sutter st. . ■:■■■
C. R. HANSEN & CO.... PHONE GRANT 185
2 waitresses'* Dunsmulr, see party here, $20;
head waitress, $25, Bakersneld; 2 waitresses,
Bakersfleld. $20. fare here; waitress, Vallejo,
$20; waitress, Salinas, $20; waitress, Lathrop,
$20; waitress, Hanford, $20; waitress $26 city,
room out; 5 waitresses, city hotels, $20; 4
waitresses, city restaurant $5 to $6; chamber-
maid to wait, "Pescadero, $20; chambermaid to
wait, city, $20; laundress, hotel, city. $25;
! manglers. $20; cashier, restaurant, city, $6 a
1 week; cook, restaurant. Newman, $30; lunch
waitress, $cO. C. R. HANSEN & CO..
C. R. HANSEN & CO.... PHONE GRANT 185
Protestant girl for cooking and downstairs
work; no windows to wash; small washing
for family of three.
C. R. HANSEN & CO., 10* Geary et.
40 GIRLS for general housework, city and coun-
try, $10 to $25. C. R. HANSEN & CO., 104
| Geary st.
SCANDINAVIAN or German woman to wash
and iron; day work. C. R. HANSEN & CO..
104 Geary st. .
NURSE. 1 child. 2 years old; $20. MISS CUL-
LEN, 325 Sutter st.
NURSE, 1 child, 1% years old; $20; Santa Cruz.
MISS CULLEN, 325 Sutter st.
HOUSEWORK, Alameda, $20; San Rafael, $20;
Oakland, $25, 2 in family; Berkeley, $20; Palo
Alto, $25; Stockton, $25; Santa Clara, $20; 20
young girls, housework, $25 and $20: 10 young
girls to assist, $12 and $15, city or country.
MISS CULLEN. 325 Sutter at.
COOK, $35; 2 cooks, German style. $30; nurse-
girl, $25; 2 nursegirls, $20 and $15; middle-
aged woman, $15, light work; waitress, $20;
chambermaid, $20; housekeeper, $15; ranch
cook, $20; 25 girls for the country: 10 young
girls to assist. $10 to $15; second girl, $15.
MRS. NORTON, 813 Butter St.
I WAITRESSES register^ free at HOTEL GA-
j ZETTE, 26 Montgomery St.. room 12.
AN apprentice with experience on custom
coats; good pay while learning. CHICAGO
CLOCK CO., 1814 Market st
BY a littly— Young girl who can read and do
mending from 9 a. m. to 6 p. m., Sundays
excepted. 1020 Van Ness aye.
NEAT young girl for Housework and cooking;
good wages; small washing; German or
Scandinavian prefd. 252) Vallejo. nr. Scott.
AN experienced chambermaid and waitress,
private boarding-house waeea $15. 619 Van
Ness aye.; call after 1'
WANTED— A girl with good experience to
work at custom tailoring; steady work. 1175 A
WANTED— GirI for general housework: no
washing: (rood cook; 2 in family. Call at 418
Lombard st.. bet. 8 a. m. and 4 p. jn.
LADIES 1 clothes lroner. STANDARD LAUN-
DRY. 114 Hayes st.
APPRENTICES on coats, pants and vests. BE-
LASCO & HARRIS CO.. Inc., 541 Market St.
WANTED— Good girl, general housework and
cooking. 910 A Devisadero, near McAllister.
WANTED— A young, tidy girl for general
housework; email family. Apply 929 Sutter.
WANTED— GirI assist housework; wages $12
to $15. 1737 Sutter St.
I FIRST-CLASS finisher on vests; also improved
apprentice; steady work. 6 Eddy at., room 91.
APPRENTICES for dressmaking. Room 72. 14
YOUNG girl for light housework. 918 Sanchez
Ft., near Twenty-second.
WANTED— GirI for general housework and
cooking for Livermore. Apply 617 Steiner st.
WANTEP-A neat, capable girl for housework;
wages Ji.v 710 Hyde st.
WANTED — Experienced apprentice on custom
made coats. 651 Folsom St., cor. Hawthorne.
FINISHERS on custom pants; also boy to learn
trade. 1039 Howard s>t.
GOOD reliable cook: also woman clerk for
delicatessen; experience. 224 Geary, room 29.
WANTKD— Girl for general housework; must
understand rooking. 1717 Geary st.
WANTED— Neat young girl to take care of
baby; good home. 619 Locust aye.. off Laguna.
GIRL or middle-aged woman for light house-
work. 214 Seventh st.
GIRL for general housework ; sleep home. 3360
Seventeenth st., near Valencia.
FINISHERS and apprentlceg on coatß. 449
TAILORESS on fine coats; also an apprentice
paid while learning. 629 Post st.
! GIRL for housework; sleep home; wages $10.
[ 1628 Post st
} GIRL to assist in housework and care of baby.
771 Eddy st.
WOMEN and girls— Apply Immediately. CALI-
FORNIA CANNERIES CO. LTD.. Branr.an
at., between Third and Fourth.
EXPERIENCED ranners wanted; apply Im-
mediately. CALIFORNIA CANNKRIES CO..
LTD., Brannan st., bet. Third and Fourth.
GIRLS! GIRLS! GIRLS! GIRLS!
LEVI STRAUSS & CO., 82H Fremont «t.,
are putting In the very best sewing ma-
chines and will take In several hundred more
operators on overalls; good wages. Apply to
WANTED— FIrst-olass pants flnUhers on cus-
tom pants; steady work. 411 Vi Kearny St.;
EXPERIENCED operators on ladies" under-
skirts; a few apprentices. A. AARON. 579
WANTED— GirI to care for children; wages $10
to $12. 1532 O'Farrell st.
A GOOD girl for light housework; wages $10.
2777 Twenty-fourth st.
WANTED— A Waitress at 619 Sacramento st. ;
no Sunday work.
OPERATORS, finishers and apprentices on cus-
tom coats. Bet. 10 and 12 a. m., 40 Ellis, r. M.
GIRL to learn pants making; paid while learn-
ing. 110 William St., off Geary, nr. Taylor.
»3 TO $6 a day made at home. Call at 472*4
Thirteenth St., Oakland.
GOOD finishers and operators on coats. 956
Washington st.. Oakland.
EXPERIENCED hand sewers wanted. BUS-
BY'S GLOVE FACTORY, 207-209 Sacramento.
PANTS finishers and operators on coats; good
wages. 541 Market st.
FIRST-CLASS finisher on coats; steady work.
Call to-day 354 Geary st.
GOOD woman to do plain cooking in country,
$20. Apply 539 12th, near Harrison.
WOMEN and girls wanted to work on fruit at
176 San Jose aye.
TAILORESS as finisher on pants. 6V4 Kearny
St., room 18.
S. F. dressmaking school; practical method:
also fine dresses made to order. 104 Kearny.
A BRANCH office- for Call advertisements and
subscriptions has been established at 1098 Va-
HELP WANTED — MALE.
BOXMAKERS: highest wages paid; apply Im-
mediately. California Canneries Co. Ltd., 425
BARBERS' Protective Union— The only legal
organized union on the coast. J. J. HEINZI.
Employment Secy., 630 Market, downstairs.
SERVICES of young man H hour a day In ex-
change for business education. Durham's
Business College, Supreme Court building.
TAILOR on custom coats; also apprentice,
paid while learning. 115,4 Harriett st.
FIRST-CLASS men to work In brickyard.
South San Francisco, San Mateo County.
GOOD coatm&ker to work inside. 2809 Green-
DISHWASHER. Apply 448 Third rt.
LUNCH man, German preferred. 105J Market
HELP WANTED MALE.
WANTED— 2 jobbing blacksmiths, $2 50 day and
board and $55; horse3hoer, country shop;
American farmers, steady job, $25 to $30; dai-
ryman and wife; woodsmen, $30 and $1 75 to
$3 day; coal miners, stablemen, carpenters,
teamsters, laborers of all kinds for both com-
pany and contract work, $1 75, $2 day and
$1 25 day and board; fruit pickers, hop pickers
and others. J. F. CROSETT & CO., 628 Sac-
WANTED— Boarding-house cooks, $30 and $40;
hotel cook, country, $50; 2 oooks and wives,
country hotel, $55 and $65; night cook, $35; res-
taurant cooks, $40 and found and $10 week;
oysterman, $35; restaurant cook, French style,
$55; hotel and restaurant waiters, dishwash-
ers, Recond and third cooks and other hotel
and restaurant help. J. F. CROSETT & CO.,
628 Sacramento st.
MURRAY & READY PHONE MAIN 5848
Leading Employment and Labor Agents,
WANT TO-DAY FROM 7 A. M
Harness-makers Upholsterer and clerk
Carriage painters Mill bench hands
Wood turners Coopers for winery
Setter for sawmill Band sawyer
Sash and door makers Cabinet makers
Wages for above are $4, $3 60, $3, $2 75 and
$2 50 day.
9 blacksmithß and horseshoers and helpers
for shops, dredgers etc $3 day $50, $40 and
$35 and found. MURRAY & READY, 634-636
CARPENTERS ENGINEERS, ETC
12 carpenters, 20 miles from San Francisco, 8
hours' work, 9 months' job, free fare
$3 day and found
2 plain carpenters for a ranch, fare $150
$40 and found
2 carpenters, city job, 8 hours $2 50 day
3 carpenters for a manufacturing company,
fare 60c $3 day-
Night engineer, ranch, fare $1 50
$60 and found
Donkey engineer for woods, fare $2
$30 and found
Fireman for a mine $52
MURRAY & READY, 634-636 Clay St.
6 more miners, single hand
24 laborers (no experience), fare $1 25 $60
25 laborers (no experience), fare $2 50
$34 and found
20 laborers (no experience) $63
MURRAY &. READY. 634-636 Clay St.
2 boiler-makers, country, steady jobs
$3 75 day
2 machinists, country, steady Jobs $3 day
MURRAY & READY, 634-636 Clay at.
WE PAY YOUR FARES
: AND SHIP MONDAY
To 38 sawmills and woods in California
183 men for different positions (no experience
requtri>d); wages $26, $30, $35, $40 and found;
SO different classes of work; you will suit.
We Pay MURRAY & READY,
Your Fares 634-636 Clay st.
TO THE FARMS AND DAIRIES '.
128 farm hands, steady jobs
$35. $30, $26 and found
5 plow teamsters, fare 25c $30 and found
10 milkers $30 and $25 and found
6 sheepherders, fare $150, steady job
$25 and found
MURRAY & READY, 634-636 Clay st.
FREE WE SHIP YOU FREE FREE
To every railroad in California (but one)
Stone masons, concrete masons, laborers,
teamsters, drillers, hammersmen, etc. ; wages
from $3 50 day, board and lodging $4 50 week.
(The one we don't ship to is Coast Railroad).
MURRAY & READY, 634-636 Clay st.
..HARVEST, FIELDS AND HAY BALING..
$3 FiO day.. l 9 strong men to bale hay.. s3 50 day
Derrick forkere, sack sewers,, hqpdowns,
cleaner tenders, fork driver, etc. $2 50, $2,
$1 50 day and found. MURRAY &. READY,
634-636 Clay st.
FRUIT AND GRAPE PICKERS— S3O and found
662 men and boys (no experience required) for
all parts of California; fares from 70c; office
fees, $1. 60 strong boys or men to cut beet
tops, $30 and found. MURRAY & READY,
634 and 636 Clay st.
Blacksmith and wife for a dredger, $70 and
S farmers and wives, $40
4 cooks and wives, $50
2 gardeners, $35 2 milkers and wives, $40
Bartender and wife, $40
MURRAY & READY, 634 and 636 Clay st.
CHOREMEN AND BOYS
36 choremen and boys for farms, shops, fac-
tories, manufacturing companies, loam 8
different trades, cash and errand boys, $30,
$26, $25, $20. $15, $10 and found and by the
week. GARDENERS. COACHMEN. MUR-
RAY & READY, 634 and 636 Clay st.
ERRAND boy; $S a week, for office ot, MUR-
RAY & READY, 634 and 636 Clay st.
GOOD WAGES GETS GOOD HELP
34 two-horse teamsters, free fare $2 25 day
25 four-horse teamsters, fare $130 $60
35 laborers, fare 60c, manufacturing Co $60
38 laborers, fare 50c, no experience $60
25 drillers and hammersmen, free fare
$3 and $2 75 day
4 laborers, private, fare 20c $60
12 laborers to go north $63
MURRAY & READY, 634 and 636 Clay st.
STONEMASONS— STABLEMEN ........
14 stone and concrete masons, $3 50 day; 9
laborers, same Job. no experience, $60; slate
splitters, block makers; 7 stablemen, city and
country, $SO, $25 and found. $40. MURRAY
& READY, 634 and 636 Clay St.
IN SAN FRANCISCO
35 two-horse teamsters, $2 and $1 75 day, $40
and $26 and found
25 laborers $2 and $1 75 day, $30 and found
MURRAY & READY. 634 and 636 Clay st.
TO SAWMILLS AND W00D5..........
Shingle Joggers, lathers, Jack screwers, shin-
gle Jointer, crosscut sawyers, tree fellers and
50 other jobs for mill and woods; wood chop-
pers, tlemakers, shingle bolt makers by the
hundreds — 973: tools and food found, fare paid
$2 sft, $2, $1 75, $1 cord ; 12c each ; $80, $75, $60,
$50, $40, $30 and found. MURRAY & READY,
634 and 636 Clay st.
BARTENDERS .... BAKERS .... LAUNDRY
2 bartenders, city $30 and found
5 lnundrymen $35, $30, $25 and found
2 first hands 7 second, 6 third hand bakers
and boys to learn trade, $40, $35, $30, $25 $20
$15, $10 and found. MURRAY & READY, 634
and 636 Clay st.
HOTEL DEPT READ THESE
34 cooks $55, $50. $45. $35, $30, $25 and found
27 waiters $35, $30, $25, $20 and found
55 dishwashers $30, $25, $20, $13 and found
3 pantrymen and 6 porters, 5 bell and elevator
boys, $30, $25. $20, $15, $10 and found
Broilers, second and third cooks, cooks and
wives. Above jobs are for hotels, restaurants,
saloons institutions, mines, camps, ranches,
etc. COME AND SEE.
MURRAY & READY. 634 and 636 Clay st.
SECOND cook, $40; cook, $45; waiter. $30: 2
waiters, same hotel, $25; second cook, $50;
dishwaxher. $20 % HOTEL GAZETTE, 26
GOOD second cook wanted. UNITED STATES
HOTEL, 123 Eddy St.
STEADY man satisfied with $15 to $« per week
wanted for permanent place; light work;
must have $75 cash; experience not necessary.
1032 Market st.. room 4.
WANTED — Experienced grocery drummer; this
territory. Write R. T. ROYAL CO.. Louis-
BOY about 16 years of age to run errands and
make himself generally useful. 107 Sansome
WANTED— Barkeeper. Corner Lombard and
Lyon sts.. Presidio.
BARBER wanted: steady; only first-class ap-
ply. 238 O'Farrell st.
COOK wanted. 629 Davis st.
WANTED— A tailor for repairing. 1042% How-
QOOD tailors on custom coats; steady work. 106
Battery St., NE. corner Pino,
GOOD dishwasher wanted at 118 A Ellis st.
WANT a tailor for coats. 449 Minna »t.
PAINTERS wanted Monday morning; long Job.
463 Geary st.
WANTED— Shlnglers to contract shingling.
coursing park job at Ocean View.
EXTRA lunch waiter; used to coffee house
work. 612 Kearny st.
BOY wanted for grocery store; reference. 730
Bush St., corner Mason.
WANTED— A good and »ober waiter, man or
girl, at 8 Jackson et.
GOOD block butcher; $25 a month and found.
Apply 3318 Mission st.
TIN roofer. 642 Sacramento st.
GOOD coat maker on fine military work. 410
Kearny St., room 35.
TAILORS on custom coats; good pay; steady
employment. 236 Fourth st.
BOYS wanted. Apply at American District
Telegraph Company, 607 Market Bt.
GERMAN to do porter work; married pre-
ferred. Box 2255, Call office.
DISHWASHER wanted at 17 Washington st.
ERRAND bqy for tailor shop. 339 Kearny st,
BARBER wanted; steady work. 217 Fourth st.
NEAT boy, 15 or 16. for hat store. JANSEN &
THIELE. 104 Sixth st.
WANTED— Good boy to work around oyster-
house; $3 50 a week. 212 O'Farrell St.
DISHWASHER at 106 Second st; wages ?5 a
week and room.
8 GOOD house painters at 1926 Vallejo st.
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; Uto $2 per week.
HELP WANTED MALE.
OFFICE open Monday 7 a. m. ; phone Grant
185. C. R. HANSEN & CO.. 104 Geary st.
150 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 us
free of any expense to the work. C. R.
HANSEN & CO., 104 Geary st.
FREE FARE AND FEE FREE
For railroad laborers, teamsters and tunnel-
men, wages $1 75 to $2 75, for the Coast Rail-
road. C. R. HANSEN & CO.. 104 Geary st.
30 TEAMSTERS, $2 a day, board $4 50; 8 men
to timber a tunnel, J2 a day; 10 laborers, $1 75
a day Free Fare
For the Valley road. C. R. HANSEN & CO.,
104 Geary st_
HARNESSMAKER, $1 25 a day and found; free
fare. C. R. HANSEN & P., 104 Geary st.
MARKER and distributor, $40 to $50 and found,
country hotel: washer, $30 and found. C. R.
HANSEN & CO., 104 Geßry St.
WOOD worker, $2 60 a day; blacksmith, $2 50
a day; 2 men for Jr. Mon. hay press, 15c;
buggy washer. $25 and found; 14 almond pick-
ers $1 and found; 4 men for a salt works, il
a day: man about place, $30; plow hand.
$30 and found; cabinet maker, $2 50 a day;
2 carpenters, city, $2 50 a day; 5 box nailers,
8 laborers for dry work on a reservoir, 52
a day. board $4 50. C. R. HANSEN & CO.,
104 Geary st. ,
BUTCHER country shop, $40 and found. C.
R. HANSEN & CO.. 104 Geary st.
NIGHT clerk and tend bar, country hotel,
$20 and found, experienced young man. C.
R. HANSEN & CO._____ Gea_y_st.
EXPERIENCED hotel porter, curtains, car-
pets, furniture and baggage: references; $30
and found. C. R. HANSEN & CO.. 104 Geary.
NEAT boy, about 15, for bellboy; no experi-
ence; $7 50 and found. C. R. HANSEN &
CO., 104 Geary st. ___
3 WAITERS. $9 a week; waiter, $10 a week;
waiter $40: 2 waiters, same country hotel,
$30: 2 waiters, same country hotel, $25, fare
Cook, $60 and found; cook, restaurant, $6o;
potwasher, hotel, $27 B0; vegetable cook,
hotel, $35; cook, country hotel, $10 a week:
silverman, $20: scrubber, hotel, city. $20;
country hotel, $20 and found.
Bellboy hotel city. $15; 2, $10 and found,
each. C. R. HANSEN & CO., 104 Geary st.
STEADY WAITER In a restaurant. 1759V4
CANVASSER and collector; Industrial insur-
ance; salary. R. RALPH, 511 Mont-->mery.
PLUMBER wanted. J. B. BUTTER WORTH,
1809 Polk st.
THIRD hand or help«r In bakerey. 1529 Polk
WANTED— A first-class cook at 29 Stockton st.
TO Tailors — Good eoatmakers wanted. Apply
at 11 a. m. at the Stevenson-street entrance,
CHARLES LYONS. London Tailor, 721 Mar-
BARBERS— Two-chair shop for sale cheap; fine
locations good prices; short hours. 503 Wash-
COOK wanted at the Manhattan House. 825
MEN wanted to learn barber trade In eight
weeks; only Institution teaching the tohso-
rlal 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 — Cook 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
be unmarried and furnish rood references.
Address P. O. box 205. San Mateo.
FOR pensions, any claim against V. S., see
SHERWOOD, room 612, Examiner building,
SAILORS and ship carpenters for Europe,
Hawaiia.i Islands, Manila, Alaska, New York.
W. LANE, Shipping Agent, 604-506 Davis at.
GOOD sober barber wanted for evenings, Sat-
urdays and Sundays. 529 Fourth st.
500 PAIRS men's shoes, slightly damaged, half
price. 562 Mission St., bet. Ist and 2d sts.
HIGHEST price paid for cast-off shoes, cloth-
Ing and tools. S. BERKOWITZ, 634 Pacific.
GET your shoes half-soled while waiting; 25c
to 50c. 6C2 Mission St., bet. Ist and 2nd sts.
JEWELERS— 32B Bush st., room 4, third floor.
GENT'S fine calf shoes to order, $2 50 up; sole-
ing, 20c to 35c; heeling, lac up. 923 Howard St.
WANTED— Teamsters to drive scrapers; wages
$1 75 and $2: board, $4 50 per week. Apply
E. B. STONE'S camp, near San . Pablo station,
on Valley Road.
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. 138 ft Eighth st.
PENSIONS— H. SHEPARD & CO.. attor-
neys, Hearst bldg., Third and Market.
SAILORS and ordinary seamen for coast and
Australia at HERMAN'S, 26 Steuart st.
200 SINGLE furnished rooms, 10c, 15c and 25c
per night. Lindell. 6th and Howard; read. rm.
SINOi^E rooms, 15c, 20c, 25c • r night; 75c, $1
to $2 50 week. Elcho House. 863# Market st.
TRY Acme House, 957 Market •♦ . below Sixth,
for a room; 25c a night; $1 a week.
BERBERS' Progressive Union; free employ-
m't. H. Bernard. Sec. 104 7th: tel. Jessie IS2.
WINCHESTER Hotel. 44 Third st., near Mar-
ket; 700 ooms. 25c night: reading room; free
'bus and baggage to and from the ferry.
CHEAPEST and best in America— The Weekly
Call, 16 pages, sent to any address In the
United States or Canada one year for 11.
HORSES, LIVE STOCK, — 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.
FAMILY horse, buggy, harness for sale cheap
for want of use. 303 Mission st.
FANCY carriage, saddle and road horses. DAL-
ZIEL, Veterinary Dentist, 605 Golden Gate ay.
HOUSES — LODGING FOR SALE.
H C DECKER, 1020 Market St.. opp. Fifth.
48 rooms on Market St.; rent $75 $1,800
48-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
60 rooms; elegant corner; clears $500 3,750
7-room flat; $150; 8-room flat 350
110 rooms; fine corner; clears $600. ..7.... 6,500
86 rooms on Market St.; clears $200 1,450
MONEY TO LOAN ON ANY HOUSE
ABSTRACTS SHOWING CLEAR TITLE.
H. C. DECKER. 1020 Market St.. opp. Fifth.
21-ROOM house; rent, s4s; must sell. BA-
SILE, 3 Eddy st.
$800— SNAP; 45 rooms; fine location; all rented;
rent $90 month. BASILE, 3 Eddy st.
$30f»— BARGAIN ; 24 rooms; all rented; near
Market st. ; rent $40 month. BASILE. 3 Eddy.
$450—20 ROOMS; finely furn.; north of Market-
all rented; rent $50 month. BASILE, 3 Eddy.
$140—22 ROOMS; good location: all rented; rents
$30 per month. BASILE, 3 Eddy st.
LIST of lodging houses from 10 to 100 rooms
sold and exchanged; money loaned at IV4 Der
! cent. EITEL. 1008% . Market . st.
NEAT lodging house. 14 r. & b • nicely
fur.; paying well; N. Mrkt. Box 2032. Call.
$326— LODGING-HOUSE: 16 rooms; always fill-
ed; rent $45. Call 129 Third st.
HOUSES TO LET. '
FINE house. 6 rooms; bath, basemenP~and
good stable. 1109 Shotwell st.
2-STORY corner house of 6 rooms; bath, large
well lighted basement; marine view 2333
Leavenworth st., corner Chestnut. "
HOUSE hunting made easy with the printed
IK,* 0 get from BALDWIN & HOWELL
/ 10 Montgomery st. —--**.
$11— HOUSE of six rooms and bath 735 Laurel
aye.. near Turk and Buchanan sts. ,„
A BRANCH office for Call advertisements and
subscriptions has bean established at 1096 V*-
I&TICICL £*. ....
P euT«. r ?« Uate .#K hyp !i? tlc » ch °°l-hoB P ital. 325
foment' with private room, board and
treatment. $15 a week.
LOST AND POUND.
LOST— Saturday, male fox terrier answer-lno-
name, of Gip; black spot on tail and black
and brown on shoulder arid head; brown ears
2922 Laguna at. near, Filbert! reward
ENGLISH setter doe. black, white and tan-
s^r^ve'^d!**: RetUr " tO 226 »"»&
SCOTCJT terrier dog; red spot on back • name
Don. Return to 3000 California st. "ss reward!
LOST— Short-coated St. Bernard. 191« Val-
ley st.; receive reward.
DIC' r W^N^r~WOo7~herb doctor; Chinese tea
and berb sanitarium, 764-766 Clay at., San
Francisco; all diseases cured exclusively by
Chinese herbs, over 3000 varieties being used;
advice free; hours. 9:30 to 11 a. m.. 1 to 3
and 7 to 9 d. m.
MRS. DR. KOHL, ladies' physician. 1122 Mar-
ket St.. bet. Mason and Taylor; hours, 9 to 5.
MRS. DR. WYETH. ladies' physician; consul-
tation free. !i42 Post, bet. Hyde and Larkin.
MRS. DR. GWYER, ladies' physician. 610
Eddy St., bet. Hyde and Larkin.
MRS. DR. DA VIES, ladles' physician. 1228
Market St.. between Taylor and Jones.
DR. POPPER, ladies' practical physician for
37 years. 318 Kearny st.
MRS. DR. WEGENER, ladies' physician: medi-
cated baths a specialty. 1312 Golden Gate aye.
MRS ALLEN, ladles' physician. 228 Van Ness
aye., bet. Hayes and Grove; 9 a. m. to 9 p. in.
E*_ WONG HIM, herb doctor, treats all dis-
eases of the human body. 115 Mason at.
MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE.
BOILERS, engines, 2-hand machinery. Mo-
INTOSH & WOLPMAN, 195-197 Fremont St.
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 Mia-
slcn St.. above Sixth.
BARS counters showcases, shelving, mirrors.
_bought, sold and exchanged. 1063 Mission st.
ONE 6 H. P. alternating motor, $6; 1 roll top
oak desk, large new, cost $70, for $45; 500
loaded shells, $; per 100. Ohio Dental Parlors,
860 Market st.
A RARE chance; Just forfeited, 2 14-karat gold
stemwinding American watches; price $28
each: originally cost $65; money back if not
as represented. UNCLE HARRIS, 15 Grant.
FOR SALE— Windmill, tank and pump, or take
a horse in trade. 1218 N st. South.
$15— DOMESTIC sewing machine in good order;
complete. 1915 Mission, near Fifteenth.
FOR sale — First-class sei-ond-hand cooperage;
35 oval oak casks, 6 10.000-gallon tanks, 20
ifiOO-gmUon tanks, 150 puncheons; steamed
spirit barrels, $1 SO up. A. PETZOLD, 27
SECOND-HAND billiard tablf in good order;
complete, 835 Folsom St., WM. BATEMAN.
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.
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-class shape. WHITE, 516 Mission st.
DRESS pants, $2 75; fine suits. $10. MISFIT
CLOTHING PARLORS. 513 Montgomery st.
DR. CREELY'S C. P. Mange Cure at all drug-
gists or at the 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 wine
making mach'y. Krogh Mfg. Co. .Stevenson »t.
CASH paid for standard make upright pianos.
Address box 1340. this office.
WANTED — A double circular portable sawmill
and 25 H. P. engine and boiler. Address
Postofflce box 40, Qulncy, Plumas Co., Cal.
OLD gold, gold dust, platinum and silver
bought. H. Landecker & Co.. 118 Montgomery.
WANTED— To hire, 100 flrst-class scraperteams
with harness and pead bars; long Job. E. B.
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-
sire; avoid red tape and publicity; see us first;
you will be waited upon quietly and quickly.
Call 68-69 Donohoe bids.. 1170 Market st.
LOANS on furniture or pianos In S. F.. Oak-
-1 land or Alameda at lowest rates, without
removal; no commission; no delays. J.
NOONAN. 1017 to 1023 Mission at., above
Sixth: telephone South 14.
• ANY amount of 6ft per cent on real estate, 3d
: and 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, 846 Market st. ; telephone Main 1644.
• AT reduced rates on estates in probate, rent«,
chattel mortgages, real estate, country prop-
erty. A. M. SPECK & CO.. 667 Market st.
CASH loaned to salaried people on note with-
out indorser. MORRELL. 609 Examiner bldg.
ANY amount by private party on furniture and
pianos; no removal: low rates; confidential.
BONELLI, Conservatory bldg.. 130 Powell st.
$60 TO $50,000; 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 indorser. TOUSLEY. 692 Parrott bldg.
IF your property Is mortgaged and you need
more money see H. MURPHY, 630 Market st.
WANTED— 5 years; gilt-edge security;
interest paid quarterly. Inquire 635 Sutter st.
AS we are selling good upright pianos for $6
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.,
Bteinway dealers, corner Kearny and Sutter
ets., San Francisco, and Thirteenth and
Broadway, Oakland. :--!'.■;'
ABSOLUTELY the oldest and largest house
west of Chicago is KOHLER & CHASE'S.
26, 28 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 gale of "Ideal Guitars" this week at
MAUVAIS', 769 Market st. Get prices at
TWO fine walnut second-hand Decker & Son
Pianos They are bargains you should not
miss, at MAUVAIS', 769 Market st.
STEINWAY upright; party must have money;
make offer. Room 12 Flood building.
A BEAUTIFUL Arion: $90 cash; call after-
noons. Room 12 Flood building.
W. G4 iiADGER, 4U 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 — Stelnway upright cheap.
SCHMITZ. 16 McAllister, next Hibernla Bank.
A— UPRIGHT piano in fine condition: also
the famous Hornung Bros. 216 McAllister st.
CHEAP Steinway upright: also the famous \
Hornung Bros. '. pianos. 216 McAllister st.
A— UPRIGHTS, $69 up; Installments. $5 75 up;
rents. $2 up (allowed on sale). Heine. 136 Ellis.
SOHMER, Byron Mauzy and other pianos. 308
WANTED— Square Pianos and 4 Cabinet Or-
gans. BYRON MAUZY. 308 Post st.
KNABE pianos; n;w scale; new styles. KOH-
LER, & CHASE. 30 O'Fan-ell st.
SUPERIOR violins, zithers, old and new. H.
MT'T.T.ER. maker, repairer. 2 Latham place.
OFFICES AND STORES— LET.
EMMA SPRECKELS building. 927 Market St.—
Peslrable offices. $12 50 to $20. .-;-•--■ .-
MME. NEERGAARD, pupil of Count St. Ger-
. main. 616 Geary St., above Jones; classes;
office hours. 1 to 8 p. m. ; reading by mail, $1.
PARTNER wanted— Man or woman to take
charge of kitchen: none but good cook need
apply. Box 2010. Call. ■
WANTED— SISO partner In chicken business;
fine chance; near city. Box 2023. Call, j.? ;
TO whom it may concern — I will not be re-
! sponsible for any debts contracted by my
wife, Mrs. Maria T. Boothe, after this date,
September 9, 1899. A. E. BOOTHE. - '
WOULD like to see the relatives of O. JACOBI-
SON, who died in Dawson, born in Gotten- ;
burg, Goteberg, Sweden, regarding his estate.
, ED. WIBURG. 1227 Pacific st, San Francisco,
Cal. zr ■ ■ ' -
. LEDERER'S Quintonica is the only hair tonlo
: that fills all requirements; clean, glossy hair
: results from its use; 35c bot. 123 Stockton st.
LEDERER is not only the leading hal'dresser.
but he restores gray hair to its orlgi^' color
: for $1 50 to $5; halrdressing 2:>c; switches, $1
■ up. G. LEDERER. 123 Stockton st. ■
MARY— I got my handsome cape at the East-
ern Outfitting Co.. 1306 Stockton. »r. pro?"-
-i Eg way. There you can get most anything in tnai
line on easy payments; open evenlPK B -
A— LADIES' tailor-made suits to* order at
, wl 'esale figures. KRAMER, 20 Sansome M.