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THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, SATURDAY, JTJNE 30, 1900.
BAA" FKAXCISCO CALL.
BUSINESS OFFICE of The San Francisco
CiU. comer of Market and Third itreets. open
until IT o'clock every night In the year.
BRANCH OFFICES— C2T Montgomery street,
corner Clay; open until 9:30 p. m.
SOO Hayee street; open until 9:33 p. m.
CCS McAllister street; open uaill 9:30 p. O.
f;r> Larkln street; open until 9:30 p. m.
3341 Mission street; open until 10 p. m.
ZXI Mission street, corner Sixteenth; open
cntll 9 t. xn.
106 Eleventh street; open until 8 p. m.
J096 Valencia street; open until S p. m.
Nortfcwrst corner Twenty-second and Ken-
tucky street?; oren until 9 p. m.
TRINITY Church, cor. Bush and Gough sts..
I Rev. Frederick VT. Oampett D.D.. rector-
Morning service. 11 o'clock. Holy communion,
11 a. m. Evening prayer. 4 o'clock. The rec-
tcr will preach. ]
P.EGTLAR meeting of the Past ««k
Masters' Association. F. and fl.^L
A. M.. will be held at Masonio /KiOv
Temple on 6ATURDAT. June S^^XL.
30. 1&O0. at 8 o'clock p. m. By g%Z+J*\
order of the president. fJLr**llf^\\
PETER T. BARCLAY. Bee tfiEZTiXSX
CALIFORNIA Lodge No. 1, F. and A_ m
M.. will meet THIS (SATURDAY) _#V-
AFTERKOON* ar.d EVENING. June V2T
20. at 3 o'clock and again at 7:80 /V^
o'clock. Third depree. By order of the
master. FRANKLIN H. PAY. Secretary.
CROCKETT Lofige No. 139, F. and A. •
M.— Officers and member 1 * are request
<i :.o attend the funeral cf our de- >2^\
ceased brother. H. J. HINCK. on SyN- f^T y
DAT, July I. at Masonic TempSe, at 1:30 p. m.
By order of the W. M.
H. FORTRIEDC. Sc&
MISSION Lodge No. 16S, F. and A. M. — M
Called meeting THIS (SATURDAY) m £\- m
EVENING, at 7:30 o'clock. Third de- Jt2T
gree. GEO. D. FLACK. Bee. P. T. '^r y
KING SOLOMON'S Lodge Xo. 260, F. «
and A. M. — The officer* and members _^#.
;.:•? requested to attend the furural of JS3T
our deceased brother, ABRAHAM /V^
FREDERICK HECTOR, late a member of
Bodie Lodge No. ill. Bodie. Cal., from the
Masonic Ternpie, SUNDAY. July 1, at 1
o'clock p. m. Funeral committees of city
lodges take notice.
HARRY BAEHR, Secretary.
CALIFORNIA Lodge No. 1. I. O. «j*iS^S»
0 F. — Members will meet In wysj^
lodgeroom SUNDAY. July 1. at :^3*-§§?
1:20 p. m.. to attend the funeral '"'•» >
of our late brother. R. C. GUNNISON,
WM. TROTTER, N. O.
CONCORniA Lodge No. 122. I. O. ~
O. F.— Th<> funeral committee is • : -S'23*'Sr
1 ereby r. tlfled m a«?er.ib!e at O<3«1 :^>SS^r'
Fellows' Hall SUNDAY. July 1. yi //i*v >
at 1:30 o'clock p. m.. to attend the funeral
of our late brother, H. J. HINCK. deceased.
By order of GEO. DERING. N. G.
CHRIST ROEBER, Recording Secretary.
ANNUAL meeting — The regular annual meet-
ing of the stockholders of The San Francisco
and Pan Joaquln Valley Railway Company
•wiil be held at the office of the company. No.
2-1 Market st. San Francisco, Cal., on
TUESDAY, the 17th day of July. 1900. at the
hour of 11 o'clock forenoon, for the purpose
of electing a Board of Directors to serve for
the ensuing year, and the transaction of such
other business a* may come before the meet-
lny. ALEXANDER MACKIE. Secretary.
ANNUAL Meeting— The regular annual meet-
Ing cf the ttockholders of The Santa Fe Ter-
minal Company of California will be held at
the office of the company. No. 351 Market st.
San Francisco. Cal.. on TUESDAY, the 17th
<lay of July. 1900. at the hour of 2 o'clock p.
ns., for the purpose of electing a board of
dlreetors to serve fcr the ensuing year and
the trscsartlon of such other business as may
come before the meeting.
ALEXANDER .MACKTE. Secretary.
AGENTS can make $10 per day selling our
"Gatling Gua" harness riveter; send 50c in
Ftamps for sample loaded and special terms.
THOS. R. FOOTE Mfg. Co.. Los Angeles.Cal.
AGENTS wanted; good' pay. 226 Pine St..
Alaska Information Bureau.
MRS. Sadip Dunn, scientific astrologlst, strictly
ifllabie en all matters pertaining to lire and
bufinfrss-. horoscope readings, $L 1710 gutter.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
R. W. KING, attcrney at law, 827 Market St.,
rocra <^7; estates, damages, attachments,
bankruptcy, collections: all cases; fair fees;
no advance charges; money loaned on estates.
ADVICE free; divorce law a specialty; private;
no fee w.thout success: collections. G. W".
HOWE, any at law. KGD Market,cor.Stockton.
ADVICE free: no charge unless Buccesrful. W.
W. DAVIDSON, 527 Market St.. cpp. Mason.
L. P. CLARK. Emma Sprecicels bldg.. 827 Mar-
ket rt.: consultation free; no fees in advance.
* UTOMODILnS— Fred WARD & SON,
¦**Vrents. 4C Fremont Et.
ROBINSON t'. 4-par.»l folding; door opens; firm
and cafe. W. S. BROWN, gen, agt. 4J6 Ellis.
BICYCLES Vor Sale or Exchange.
GOOD f*cona-hand bicycles, all kinds and
tizof at ALLEN'S, 1371 Page et.
BOOKS— NEW AXD OLD.
SCHOOL EOOKS bought and exchanged.
Holm»« Bock Co.. 704 Misxlon 6t.. near Third.
BELGIAN "IIARES '. I
All the jiopular strains at greatly reduced
prices. CALIFORNIA BELGIAN ¦ HARE
ASSOCIATION, Alameda, Cal.
ELEGANT line cf imported does Just received;
from tZ up; pedigree guaranteed; Yukon and
other strains. 25** Hyde St., corner Eddy.
TItEMONT Belgian Hare Co.. 2134 Fillmore et.
Ean Francisco, Cal.— S«nd 6c in stamps for
book en care and feeling.
CHOICE PEDIGREED BELGIAN HARES;
cheap. 10CS4 Sutler st
GOLDEN GATE BELGIAN HARE CO.. CM Gol-
den Gate aye., P.F., 500 rabbits for sale cheap.
HIGH scoring, pedigreed stock, reasonable.
P.cyal Rabbltry. 214 Golden Gate aye.. S. F.
BOARDING FOR CHILDREN.
OAKLAND— SmaII child to board; mother's
care; sunny surroundings; terms reasonable.
30C7 Campbell St., Center Station, Oakland.
PRIVATE heme for children by day. week or
month; 1 day to 15 years; select neighborhood;
mother's care; eunny yard. 1304 Post at., cor.
F^ankiir:: phone Larkln 557. two bells.
A DAY calopn doing a large business; mostly
liquor trade; tuttures. glassware, etc.; $300;
stock at Invoice. Particulars. R. G. WILKE.
£6-4 Kearny st
A — trCO; CORNER grocery and bar on Brannan
rt.; rent 525: living rooms; a good paying
business. Call R. O. WILKE. 26H Kearny st.
A— s3oo; PARTNER wanted in coffee saloon
end chop bouse; close to Market Ft.; a splen-
did offer for the right man. Call R. G.
WILKE. 2C">4 Kearny et
A— l«W5; CANDY store and faptory; close to
Powell and Market sts.; rent J4<>: good pay-
ing b-j.«::i> •?; Fickness catu>e of sale. R. G.
WILKE. :6Vi Kearny gt
A— s4G«jo; CORNER grocery and bar; established
•tars and known as a money making place;
•Mtt location; close to Chronicle building. See
B. G. WILKE. 26^ Kearny »t.
A-S1000; <;u«.»CERY tnd bar on Kan Bruno
road; livlnc rooms; cheap rent; splendid open-
ing for an active young man; party wishing
to retire from business cause of sale. Call
K. Q. WILKE. 26*4 Kearny st
A— tlU*C: CQ&XKJK: wine and liquor store; only
one block from Market; rent SCO; horse,
•wagon and a large stock; splendid paying
business; disagreement cf partners cauf-e of
cale. See R. G. WILKE. Kearny et
JL — tZGOO; BEST paying corner grocery and bar
en Hayes et.: no rent to pay; a fplendid
chance. See R. G. WILKE. 26/4 Kearny st
tC-i'G — PARTNER wanted In a first-class saloon
<<n* toiock north of Market: owner leaving for
Europe. Call R. O. WILKE. S% Kearny st.
Ji:.O— GROCERY, delicacies, notions, bread.
milk, new stock; cheap rect LANK & CO.,
tC Market rt.
12A-HOME bakery, delicacies, candy and
cigars; living rooms. Lane & Co.. E65 Market.
SiOC— NOTIONS, school supplies, cigars, bread,
mlllc laundry, tine business. LANE & CO.,
Wo Market et.
UUh- PORK rtore; ham, bacon and delicacies ;
elegant builnesK. LANE & CO.. SU Market.
JTSO-IJAKKRY baking 3 bbls. a day: 2 horses,
vragca. harness; line etore trade: .living
resins; a bargain. LAKE & CO.. 565 Market
SAN RAFAEL and Bolfnas stage and mall
route for sale. Fcr particulars address SAV-
ERS BROS., Bollr.as. Cal.
SALOON, -with fixtures, etc., doing good busl-
¦ n«?e: $X: rent cheap. Apply 1U& Mission Bt
J",*IX tallorinjr «etabllshment on north Mar-
'"**£. «--st Powell; must be sold. Vox nij. Call.
nusixEss cn AxcEs— ¦loKtixued^
A— l3ooo $3000 $3000
Handsomely fitted bakery and lunch parlor;
must have partner; too much business for
proprietor to handle alone; best possible lo-
cation acrcss the bay; near railroad depot;
all first-class custom; positive guarantee from
owner that business clears $400 a mo.; books
open for inspection; Investigation solicited.
STENBERO CO.. 935 Market st.
A— s4so: RESTAURANT; best block on lead-
Ing street; doing good business: meals 20c
and upward; e?tab. years; fine for man and
wife. STENBERG CO.. 935 Market st.
A— s2oo; 9-ROOM lodfring-house In center of
city; north of Market: owner leaving Etate;
must sell. STENBERQ CO.. 933 Market st
FOR eale— ln live mining town of Sonora, coun-
ty seat, ice cream and candy factory with res-
taurant attached; finest place and best busl-
J ness in country, making money; no opposi-
tion; splendid opportunity for man & wife; in-
vestigation solicited: owner wishes to sell at
once account sickness. STENBERG & CO., BSo
Maiket. or P. O. box Sl2. Sonora. Cal.
wTNTED— Persons possessed of $300 to engage
In best paying; business in city; guaranteed
employment on good salary; Invite lnvestiffa-
tion. Box IS66> Call office.
FOR sale to the highest bidder— looo shares or
part in a good-paying mother lode mine; 20-
ttamp mill in full operation. Box 1554, Call.
A RARE chance; 3 active men to take equal
Interest ivlth owner In a valuable proposi-
tion;, small capital. Box 1861. Call.
FIRST-CLASS corner saloon: will refit for
grocery and bar: no reasonable offer rejected.
Apply The Boulevard. Ft. Loboa and First ay.
TO RUSTLER-Half interest in law and collec-
tion agency; no money required. Box 1563, Call.
•WAREHOUSE business for sale. Including fully
equipped plant for grinding and cleaning
grain; engine, boiler, mill, cleaner, etc.; lo-
cated on R. R. central, Alameda Co. '„ no
competition; business of last season clearing
owner 11700 to $1500; buildings and machinery
all In Al condition: price for all. Including
large lot, $3000; a great bargain and will bear
closest investigation to parties meaning busl-
neas. H. H. CRAJiE. SOS California st,
FOR sale— A strictly good business; restaurant:
100 chairs and feeding 100 people; bakery us-
ing 2 barrels flour dally; horse and wagon;
lodging-house, 34 rooms, newly furnished:
finest opportunity to mak« money. Inquire
American Bakery and Restaurant, Bakers-
GOOD-PAYINO candy store, ice cream parlor;
established 16 years; principal street; easily
clearing $100 a month; finest chance in the
world for widow or two parties; full Investi-
gation or trial allowed. See owner. 22 Sixth.
WISHING to retire I will sell by blacksmith
shop and tools »t Blacks Station, Yolo Coun-
ty; it is a good paying business and good lo-
cation- Inquire at Blacks Station. WIL-
LIAM SANDROCK. proprietor. .
NICE family liquor etore, with bar, at invoice
value; must be sold at once. Apply 112 Taylor
Bt. Saloon, doing good business, in wholesale
district; price reasonable. Apply EOl Market.
TO rent— For coal yard, milk depot, etc.; fine
location: place is entirely covered; contains 3
Ftall?; rent only $15; water free. Inquire WM.
HENDRICKSON & CO.. 614 Call bldg.
LEADING hotel in Monterey; 35 rooms, parlor,
dining-room, kitchen, bar; completely funr*:
•will rent, sell or exchange. For particulars
•write JOHNSON & CARR. Monterey, Cal.
"WANTED— Party with $15,000 to buy % inter-
est in established manufacturing business;
¦will net $1000 per month profit: immediate ac-
tlon required. Box 1810. Call.
$CO0 — SALOON; centrally located: present owner
S years; good stock of fixtures; business
speaks for itself. Apply 79 Third Bt
SHOEMAKERS; store and repairs; thriving
country town; no capital required. Apply or
address Yosemite House. Market st., room 38.
A— sl7s: BRANCH bakery and delicacy store: S
living rooms, with water: rent $12. 428 Sixth.
FOR sale — Well-stocked and good-located sa-
loon; gocd business. 617 Seventh st.
CANDY etore for sale; good s*.ock and fixtures;
low rent; no agents. 13S Hayes st.
FOR sale— Fruit and oyster stand. 1576 Market
Et.; cheap If sold at once.
HALF business horseshoeing shop for Bale. 620
Davis ft. ¦
DON'T miss the tripods and lamps at the
BACKUS STUDIO. 11 Geary; other bargains.
COFFEE and tea routes supplied from GEO.
W. CASWELL & CO.. 412 Sacramento st.
CLASSIFIED advertisements and subscriptions
received at Call branch office. 2200 Fillmore st.
A BRANCH office for Call advertisements and
subscriptions has been established at ICSB Va-
LODGING-HOUSES FOR SALE.
PARTY owning first-class hotel with bar In
town near R. R. depot. Central Alameda Co.;
desires to exchange for first-class boarding
and rooming house in Oakland. H. H.
CRANE. UM California st.
CAMPAIGN PHOTO BUTTONS.
MFG. of all kinds of photo buttons and Jewel-
ry; -wholesale and retail; send for catalogue.
Miniature Portrait Co.. £33 Market St.. S. F.
Al STEAMERS for Cape Nome: sailings July
C and 10; fare $60. C. F. MOORE, 935 Market
ft., room &
CAUPET BEATIXG AXD CLfcAXIXG.
WHEN you become disgusted with poor work
eend to fiPAULDING'S Pioneer Carpet-Beat-
ing Works, :^-257 Tehama 6t; tel. S. 40.
SANITARY Carpet Cleaning and Dyeing Co..
342-344 McAllister st. ; phone South 146.
J E MITCHELL Carpet-Beating and Reno-
vating Co., 240 14th st. ; tel. Mission 74.
CITY Steam Carpet-Beating Works. G. H.
STEVENS, mgr.. SS-40 Sth st. r tel. South 250.
J. McQUEEN'S California Carpet Cleaning Co.,
4t"3 Stevenson St., tel. South ?2S; lowest rates.
CARPETS cleaned at 3c per yard, laid at 4c.
STRATTON'S. 3 Eighth St.; teL Jessie 944.
ADVANCE Carpet Cleaning Co., 4C3 Sutter st.;
tel. Main 2C4. GEO. WALCOM. proprietor.
CONKLIN'S Carpet-Beating Works, .333 Golden
Gate aye.; telephone Eaut ;26.
CARRIAGES AXD WACO! S.
ALL kinds of wagons, buggies, carts, harness,
etc.. cheap. EAGAN & SON, 2117 Mission St.
AN A No. 1 express wagon, single, for sale
cheap. Call at 532 Mission st.
NEW & 2d-hand wagons, buggies, carts & har-
ness. work & driving hnrf^s. ISth & Valencia.
GO to Wat»on. spiritual medium and palmist;
"lucky and truest" readings, 23c up. 1581
Market st.. near • ¦
AT Friendship Hall, 335 McAllister— Mrs. Mey-
- er; convincing test to-night 10c; sittings dally.
WYLLIE, the Los Angeles photo medium. 320
Eli'.s, 10 a. m. to 5 p. m., Sundays Included.
MRS. DUNHAM, medium: readings daily; cir.
Tues.. FrL. 2. 8 p. m. 14 McAllister, room 35.
MRS. KOTTER. spiritual medium; sittings; G.
SI. L. 50c; cir. Mo.. Wed., Fn., 10c. 34 Sixth.
MRS J.J.WHITNEY, clairvoyant, test, business
medium, life reader; fitting. $L 1104 Market.
MRS DR. CLARK, the well-known trance
medium, permanently located at 205 Turk st,
may be consulted on all affairs of life; she
•will show you how to overcome your enemies;
remove family troubles: restore lost affec-
tions- unite the separated; satisfaction guar-
anteed by mall; eend stamp for circular with
tpecial terms. MRS. DR. CLARK. 205 Turk
st.. near Jones.
MME. LANGE, the great clairvoyant, tells past,
future; never fails; has the greatest Egyptian
eecret; shows picture future husband or wife;
fee 25c and up; satisfaction to everybody; open
Sundays. 1167 Market St., bet. 7th and Sth.
MME. PORTER, wonderful clairvoyant & card
reader, born with dorble veil & second night,
diagnows disease with life reading: ladies 50c.
cents $1: palm. & clalr. ; git. $1 50. 126 Turk gt.
MME. ZEREDA. the' gypsy, Is the great palmist
and card reader. 25c. 5 Seventh st; no sign.
Ml.-"S MELVILLE, great clairvoyant and water
reader; German spoken. S2U4 Mission, op. Mint.
MME. August, clairvoyant card reader; palmis-
try; truth or no pay; 25c & 50c. 1149 Mission.
MME. SCHAFFER. clairvoyant, card reader;
tittlngs dally. 212/4 Sixth Bt. .
MME. RAVENNA reads life fluently: business
advice; names given: 25c up. 5 Fourth «t
MME. SYBILLE — Cradle to grave; future hus-
band's plctur*: 25c: ladles. 914 O'Fsrrell Bt.
GEORGeTw. KE^LY^FA^ency^No rchargTunl
less Fuccessfut. Room 310. 927 Market gt.
COTTAGES TO LET.
COTTAGE, 8 rooms and bath. 3535 Twenty-
fifth et; rent $9.
MISSION. 1142. rear— A eunny cottage; 7 rooms;
$:o. . ..-¦¦¦.
PERRY, S3 — Cottage 7 rooms; large sunny
yard; sun all day; rent $18.
DR. BUZARD'S Dog Hospltal~Po«t. Fillmore^
Advice and medicine 75c: city visits $1 50; all
animals treated; dogs boarded. Tel. West C 36.
DR CREKLY*SC. P. mange cure and worm pills
by drueeists or at hosniui L SlO Golden Gate ay.
' ' DENTISTS. -r-.-"-^
AT thevELECTRO-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 DO up; plates, extractions free, $4 £0 up: of-
fice hours, a a. m." to 10 p. m. ; Sundays",* 9to 2
p. m. G. W. WILLIAMSON. M. P.. -Manager.
DR. LUDLUM HILL, 1443-Market. nr. Eleventh
—No charre for extracting when plates are
made: old- plates made over like new; teeth
from $8 per get; extracting, 60c; gas given.
PARIS Dental Parlor, 235 Kearny, cor. Bush-
Full set of teeth, $4; crowns, $3; fillings, 25c.
DR. GEORGE W. LEEK. 20 'O'Farrell St.. on
. vacation from June 13 until July 1.
VAN VROOM— "Painless"; evenings and Sun-
days. 1001 Market st. corner Sixth. '
SET of t«eih without plate. DR. H. G-
YOUNG. 1841 Polk St. - - '
DRESS9IAKERS AXD SEAMSTRESSES
PARISIAN dressmaking, 357 Geary st. ; -dresses
made, ?o up; dresfffs made over; perfect fit.
McDOWELL'S is the place to learn dressraak-
lng and ladles' tailoring; cv. class. 103 Post.
MME. REMBERT. S3O Sutter st.. dressmaking
school; any pattern cut to measure.
S. F. Dressmaking. Ladles' Tailoring School;
French tailoring system taught. 411 Van Ness.
ACCORDEON pleating factory: all kinds pleat-
lng. pinking. 121 Post, over O'Connor&MofCatt.
ALL students but two taking full course this
year got positions. SAN FKANCISCO BUSI-
NESS COLLEGE.- 1236 Market Bt.
AYRES*. the leading business college, 723 Mar-
ket St.; life scholarship, $50; Includes short-
band, typing, bookkeeping, pen art; day & eve.
CALIFORNIA Business College, 805 Larkln St.:
the coming school; thorough; up-to-date; all
branches: positions secured for graduates.
ENGINEERING, civil, elec. mining, mech. sur-
vey, assay, cyanide, arch.; day, eve. ; est. 1864.
VAN PER NAILLEN SCHOOL. 933 Market.
SCHOOL OF ACTING— Lyoeum Theater. 310
O'Farrell; positions grntd. to finished pupils.
LAW schools. 927 Market. S. F., and 905 Broad-
way, Oakland; day and night; correspondence.
HEALD'S BUSINESS COLLEGE. 24 Post st..
S. F. : founded 1563; SO-page catalogue free.
GALLAGHER-TARR United School of Experts;
shorthand; bookkeeping. Parrott big.; cat" log.
LE JEUNE Art and Crafts School; modeling.
deg|»ml7ig. carving: all branches. 414 Pine Bt.
ARITHMETIC, bookkeeping, grammar, writing,
etc. ; day or eve. ; $5 mo. 1024 Mission, nr. 6th.
A WEEK'S news for 5 cents— The Weekly Call.
A — JAPANESE and Chinese, employment con-
tractor; establ. over 10 years; all kinds help.
421 Post, near Powell; telephone Bush ISS.
UNION Japanese-Chinese emp. office— Best help
furn.; domestic serv. 417 Powell; tel. Clay 88.
ORPHEUM Employment Office — Japanese, Chi-
nese help. 426 Powell, nr.Sutter: tel. Black 6C72.
JAPANESE and Chinese Employment Of flee;
best help furn.; tel. John 212 L BWH Stockton.
CHINESE and Japanese Employment Office —
Best help. 411*4 O'Farrcll Bt. ; tel. East 426.
EMPLOYMENT WANTED FEMALS.
COOK; superior in all kinds of cooking; can
cook lor hotel of 100 guests; has th»best of
references, hotels, resorts; wishes a situation |
as hotel cook. Can be found at J. F. CROS-
ETT' S Aerency. 316 Sutter Et.
DRESSMAKER of ability and experience .in
best work: perfect fitter and trimmer; latest
' styles; price moderate, by the day. Address
Box 1565. Call office.
YOUNG lady, experienced operator on Singer
button-hole machine: wishes steady position;
please state wages. Box 1556, Call.
A COMPETENT nurse would like a few more
confinement cases; is also a good house-
keeper. 9\3 Howard st.
SWEDISH girl wishes a situation In a family
to do housework and cooking. 64 Fair Oaks.
LADY wishes sewing and mending to do at
home. 116 Sixth st.
A WOMAN -wishes housework and sewing by
the day. 1573 Fifteenth St., near Mission.
YOUNG colored girl wishes a situation to take
care of a child during the day; wages $10.'
L. 8.. 108 Valparaiso Et.
WOMAN wishes plnln washing to do at home;
would take It every day If required. Address
621 Jessie st.. off Seventh, rear.
YOUNG lady wishes position as stenographer
and typewriter; beft references. Box 672, Call.
WINCHESTER House, 44 Third Bt., near Mar-
ket; 200 rooms: 2Sc to Jl 50 nicht; $1 60 to $6
¦week; convenient and respectable; free dus
and baggage to and from ferry.
A BRANCH office for Call advertisements and
subscriptions has been established at 1096 Va-
EMPLOY3IE.\T WASTED — MALE.
YOUNG man, speaking and writing- fluently
French, German and English, desires posi-
tion as valet, traveling attendant or amanu-
ensis; fair cook also; good certificates. M.
P., box 1858. Call office.
EXPERIEN'CHD your.gr man. single, age 26, de-
siies position as assistant bookkeeper, clerk
cr timekeeper: understands operating Smith
Premier typewriter; best of references fur-
nished; no objection to country- Box 1562, Call.
FIRST-CLASS coachman for private family;
sober, neat appearance, well posted in I the
city; gocd driver and worker; many years with
same employer; best references. Address L.
A.. SC9 Mission St., city.
A RESPECTFUL Danish middle-aged man
wiphes a position as watchman or as a stable
man in a small stable, or run elevator; will-
ing to learn. Address M. E.. 717 Treat aye.
RELIABLE, temr>erate, experienced man of 33
?wants employment In store, office or cigar
stand; day work; wages* no particular ob-
Jcct. Box ISOB, Call office.
A GOOD fireman wishes some work In the city
Please call at 675 A Natoma st.
AN experienced' reliable driver wishes posi-
tion with business house as driver or porter
Address J. R.. box 635. Call.
GOOD bookkeeper and accountant, young mar-
ried man, well acquainted with the wholesale
trade of this city, competent and reliable de-
sires a position; best of references. Box ISU
MIDDLE-AGED man with wife and two chil-
dren, aged 12 and 14 years, wishes place on
ranch; experienced. Address S. E.. 1824 Vir-
ginia St.. Berkeley, Cal.
CLASSIFIED advertisements and subscriptions
received at Call branch office. 2200 Fillmore st.
A BRANCH office for Call advertisements and
subscriptions has been established at 1096 Va-
lencia st. .
EXPERT OPTICIANS. (
GEORGE MAYERLE, German expert optician
1071V4 Market (near 7th)— Examinations free;
German eye water by mall. BOc; see City Di-
rectory. Phone Mint 257.- .
EYES examined free; spectacles properly ad-
justed. N. Manas?*, oculint optician. 910 Mkt.
. FLATS TO LET.
A— 3 UPPER sunny modern flats, S and 6 rms.
bath each. 967, 973. 975 Golden Qctg aye.
A—B-RCOMA — 8-RCOM flat; corner; sunny: 2 bay windows-
all. modern improvem't*: I*t floor. 417^ Third.
A SUNNY upper flat; good condition; 4 rooms:
$10. 118 Perry St., near Third.
CALIFORNIA, 1410^4, near Hyde— Handsome
lower flat 6 rooms; rent $IS.
CORNER fiat of 6 sunny rooms and bath;
above quiet grocery; rent $15. 110 San Jose
avunue. . ,
COZY home flat; C rooms; bath. \ 4118 Lyon
St.. near Hayes; $18.
FLAT of 5 rooms and bath; stationary wash-
tubs; $12. Sl9 Jessie st.
FLAT. $13: also sunny 4-room cottage, $10; key
at 623 Second St.. near • Mall Dock. •
FULTON. ; S2> — Flat of % rooms; rent $9.
IF you want to move get printed list flats to let
from BALDWIN & HO WELL, 10 Montgomery.
LOVELY sunny C-room flat; rent $20. _ 219 V& Elm
aye., near Van Ne?s ¦ and Golden ; Gate.
MISSION, 1315, nr. : llth— 6 sunny rooms," bath,
laundry, yard; clean;, rent JIS.
MODERN flat. 6 rooms and bath; 830'^ Bush
St.; rent cheap. AppIy.MADISON & BURKE,
€28 Market st.
NINETEENTH, 89S0. 1 block from Eighteenth
or Castro-Bt.* cars— Lovely • lower *¦ key-lot . 6-
' room flat; sun all day;. rent $1S; water free.
SACRAMENTO, 13C1— Bay-window flat of S
rooms; rent $12 50.. : ,
SUNNY upper flat; Srooms: bath; all sunny;
rent 123. Cor. Broadway and Larkln :«t.V
S.W. COR.. Just-, completed. ;upper flat of 7
rooms; all sunny and up-to-date .In every
. particular,. $35. ICI7- Page Bt.
$10— FLAT of 5 rooms. 613 Th lrteenth st. '
$B— UPPER flat; 3 sunny rooms. 242 Harriet St.,
near Sixth, bet. Harrison and Bryant. ¦.'¦'
$12— r. ROOMS \ and bath.' 1718 A Leaven worth
gtreet.* •:-*"¦ - ¦ * * ¦¦ *-..*: ¦
FLATS FOR SALE— FURNISHED? 7
AN elegant 7-room flat; modern improvements.
2410 Sacramento St.. near Webster. -
FURNITURE FOX SALE. .
SEVEN nicely furnished rooms with 'bath; 4
¦rooms rented steady; low rent: _eood loca-
tion. Please Inquire at 14168 Howard E t..
near Tenth. • : '¦-- ' "¦¦' ¦"•¦_*
4 ROOMS furnished In oak for $4* 60. with No.
7 range. King Furniture Co.. 1127-1131 Market.
" FURNITURE WANTED, r
ALFRED. WOLLPERT. 773 Mission St.. pays
highest price for your second-hand fumltur^
iW. E. CODY (late with J. T. Terry & Co.) buys
furniture, carpets. 757 Mission: tel. Red 83-& .
HOTEL DEPARTMENT ...........
2 'waitresses, Cazadero, $20, free fare both
ways; 6 waitresses, different springs and re-
sorts. |20 and $25; 2 waitresses, liakersfleM,
$30, see party here; 2. wsJ tresses, Fresno. 525,
free fare; 2 waitresses, Watsonville, $20; 2
waitresses. Visalia, $25, free fare; waitress,
Santa Crua. $30. free fare: 21 chambermaids to
wait, city and country. $20; 3 chambermaids,
etralght work, city, $1S; chambermaid, city,
$20. ' ¦
2 girls, cooking, country, same place, £>$
each, good place for 2 friends; French grlrl. $20.
country; colored girl, city, $20; ranch cook,
$30; houseglrls, .Grass Valley and Gllroy, $25
and fare; clrl. care of 2 children and light
housework ; others.
C. R. HANSEN & CO.. 10* Geary st.
HOUSEKEEPER, widower's family: country;
$20. C. R. HANSEN & CO.. 104 Geary st.
WANTED— Cook, plain wash, private family"
country, $35; cook,. small family, city, $30; 3
hotel cooks, $30, $35 and $40; woman to do
cleaning for an Institution, steady work, $23;
7 waitresses and chambermaids for springs,
. resorts and city and country hotels, $20, $23;
Scandinavian "chambermaid, private family,
$23; chambermaid, straight work, country
hotel, $20; nurse for institution, $20; 4 secona
.girls, city and country, $20 and $25; and a
great number of girls for general housework,
city and country, too numerous to advertise,
wafres $20. $25 and $30. Apply to J. F. CROS-
ETT AGENCY, 816 Sutter st.
WANTED— Chambermaid, country hotel, free
fare. W. D. EWER & CO., 610 Clay St. '
WANTED- Talloress who has had experience in
making tailor-made Jackets; state age, experi-
ence, reference, salary. Apply box 1564, Call.
NEAT German girl for general housework;
wages $20. 606 Castro St.
WANTED— A young colored girl to assist ia
light housework. 6GO Geary st.
GIRL to wash napkins and wait at table. 612
Kearny Bt. .
GIRL to assist In general housework. 1408
Grove st. *
GIRLS wanted to rivet overalls at LEVI
STRAUSS & CO.'S factory, 32% Fremont St.;
no.exeprience necessary; good wages. Apply
to MR. DAVIS.
APPRENTICES and operators on overalls.
STANDARD SHIRT FACTORY, cor. Gough
and Grove sts.
RELIABLE woman or girl to assist with chil-
dren and housework; good home; small
wages. 1806 Geary Bt.
WANTED— GirIs and young women for light
work in laundry. Apply Monday morning at
ISI9 Eddy st. ¦•
¦WANTED — Girls and young women for light
work in laundry. Apply this morning at 1519
EXPERIENCED typesetter and copyholder:
, Etate experience, salary and references. Ad-
drces C. H.. box 1524, Call office.
APPRENTICE for hair work at Q. LEDER-
ER'S. 123 Stockton st.
WOMAN wanted as general ironer; wages $30,
found. Apply Stanford Laundry. Palo Alto.
COMPETENT houseworker wanted at play-
grounds. Park; must be good cake baker: $30.
WAITRESS; good home. Apply 448 Third st.
WOMAN would like to put a child in German
family: axe 3 years. 1312 Mission st. |
A GIRL to assist in general housework. S2S
WANTED— Waitress. Hotel Repeller, 761 Sut-
ter st. a
WANTED— Women and girls to work on fruit
Folsom St.. bet. 13th and 14th sts.
A BRANCH office for Call advertisements and
subscriptions has been established at 1096 Va-
HELP WANTED MALE.
AT C. R. HANSEN & CO.'S 104 Geary st.
100 teamsters. 100 laborers, new railroad work
in Nevada $2 a day
Ship daily ...Fee $1 Free Fare
?00 laborers, Coast road, company's own work
$2 a day
Ship daily Fee $1 Free Fare
200 teamsters. Coast road .$2 a day
Ship daily Fee $1 Free Fare
10 tunnel men, $2 25 to $2 £0 a day; 1Q team-
sters, near city. $1 a day and beard; 50
woodsmen, $35 to $45 and found, see boss here;
6 farmers, fare 50c. $1 25 a day and board: a
blacksmiths, $2 25. $2 50 and $3 a day; horse-
shoer, $2 50; woodworker. $3; ranch wheel-
wright. $35: butter maker, $50 and found; 4
miners and machine men, $2 60 to $3 a day;
man about place, $25; 2 choreman, summer re-
eorte, $25; cement finisher, country, $J a day..
Experienced Janitor with references. $50....
HOTEL DEPARTMENT :..
Hctel night clerk, country, 140, see proprietor
here; chef, $100; baker, $60; assistant cook.
$50; cook's helper, $30; all for first-class sum-
mer resort: see dobs here at 8:30 this morn-
ing: free fare both ways; wafflerr»an, country
hotel. $40 and free fare; assistant cook, coun-
try hctel. $40 and free fare; second cook, $60,
and broiler, $30, same country hotel: cook and
wife waitress, country hotel, $70 and fare ad-
vanced; meat cook, country hotel, $50, fare
advanced: German cook, country hotel, $50; 2
diPhwashers, country hotels. $25: dishwashers
and kitchen hands, $20, $25 and $30
10 waiters, different country hotels, $30 and
$25; waiter, help hall, country hotel, $25; 6
restaurant waiters, $30, $35 and $40
Elevator boy, hotel; city. $20
"Bar porter, summer resort, $20...:.
. C. R. HANSEN A CO 104 G»ary st.
ASSISTANT cook, country hotel. $40 and free
C. R. HANSEN & CO 104 Geary st.
WAFFLEMAN, country hotel, $40 and free fare.
C. R. HANSEN & CO .....104 Geary st.
TWO neat bell boys, references, first-das^
, country hotel. 115 and free fare
C. R. HANSEN & CO 104 Geary st.
FIVE colored waiters, same country hotel. $25.
C. R. HANSEN & CO 104 Geary st.
EXPERIENCED egg candler, wholesale house,
C. R. HANSEN & CO 104 Peary at.
SWISS gardener, $30; man about place, $25: 6
. farmers, $26 to $30; coachman, $25; washer
and Etarcher. $35 and found: foreman, small
fruit ranch; machinists. $3 to $3 50 day; 5
blacksmiths; miners, $40 and board and $3
day; laborers for mines, mills, woods and
railroads; 6 laborers for Humboldt County; 3
laborers for surface work at mine, nice place,
$2 day; 2 carmen, $2 25 day: stablemen for
city and country. $30 and found, and many
others. J. F. CROSETT AGENCY, 62S Sacra-
RANCH cook, $35; colored kitchen man, $25 and
found; restaurant and hotel cooks; waiter,
country hotel, fare advanced, $30; waiters,
resorts and springs, $25; extra waiters: dish-
washers and others. J..F. CROSETT AGEN-
CY, 628 Sacramento st.
SHEEPHERDER, $25; driver for milk wagon
$50; can washer. $45; and others. J. F. CRO-
SETT AGENCY, C2S Sacramento" et.
WANTED .......... .../.
To go to-day, 4 men around yard and saw-
mill, $30; and < found and free fare; first and
second bakers, country, $50 and $40: 2 farmers,
San Mateo, $26: harvest hand, $1 50 a day-
dairyman, $30; /our-horse teamster, city, $30
and found; - choreman, country, $2»; . porter,
city, $25 and board; 4 men to hoe, $30; " team-
sters, country, $35 farmer for vineyard, $80; 2
dishwashers for resorts. $25 and $15. -. W D
EWER & CO.. 610 Clay st.
A— HOTEL Gazette, 26 Montgomery st., room
12— 6 waiters, first-class cafe, $40, big side
money; head waiter, $75; pantry man, $30;
nirht hall man. $20.
WANTED— A good barber . for Saturday and
Sunday or Saturday eve and Sunday.' 2195
Powell st. •.
A NO. 1 first class barber wanted Immediately;
.-'sl4 per week guaranteed. Address 11. • L.,
postofflce box 607, Sacramento. .
WANTED-^-Barber for Saturday and Sunday.
715 Davis Bt.
.WANTED— Barber for Saturday and Sunday.
1073 Market St.. near Seventh.
GOOD barber wanted; $5 for. Saturday and Sun-
day; steady if desired. • 108 Fourth st. .;.<.: .
BARBER wanted for Saturday. 257 Third st.
GOOD barber .wanted for Saturday; ¦wages $3
142ViJSIghth st. ¦ • t ¦
BARBER for Saturday. x 137% Fifth st.;
BARBER; for Saturday and Sunday. 131 Va--
•¦. lcnciast;; chance for steady."
AT £28 Powell St., a first-class barber; none
. other, need apply. '
BARBERS— ISc'^ Bhop;> a- bargain; ¦¦: must- cell;
sickness. . OUS PETERS. 44 East Santa Clara
St., San Jose. Cal. <;> ,
TO LET— Furnished barber shop: 2 chairs; long
¦¦¦ established. .¦ Apply 3389 ; Twenty-fourth ' st. ; >¦¦.
BARBERS— A 3-chalr shop for sale.- Apply on
. premises, 14 Turk et. t ¦ *
.\VANTEI>-^Nlght waiter with some knowledge
."of ccooklng, at, 1436 Turk:st. ¦ .¦ .-•.¦-. . ..¦' ¦.<.-. ,
WANTED— Man 'of good "character; deliver and
" collectfor old established mnfg.- house; * $900 a
-'. year s and expenses « gntd. : Address ' Manufac-
t urer.; 3d floor, 330 ¦, Dearborn ? St., " Chicago. ;.
. HELP WANTED---MALE.
A— MURRAY & READY........ Phone Main 5543
...Leading Employment and Labor Agents...
*.... WANT 7 A. M. TO-DAY ~..
7236 men for different positions in Washlng-
' ton, Oregon, Nevada, Utah, ' Arizona and all
parts of California: good wages.
•. 600 men for railroad work, reconstruction and
new work on following divisions
DUNSMUIR.. SHASTA....... TRUCKEE
State of Nevada :....Balt Lake
Sacramento .......Western and
all coast divisions of Cal...... Santa Barbara
Los Angeles ...We ship you on
all above divisions, free fare; office fee $1; no
other expenses • •
.........AGAIN WE PAY YOUR FARE
to 35 sawmills, etc •--•
No experience wanted «•••
663 men for different jobs, from laborers to
.run machines/wages from $20 to $40 pet
month and found.. '• \
Also lumber pliers, bark peelers, $40 and
found; crosscut sawyers, jackscrewers. band
sawyers, screw turners, gang edgermen. In
fact, we want help of every description for
sawmills, woods, etc., $SO. $75, $90, $120, $60,
$50. $40, $30 and found; 554 woodchoppers, tle-
inakers. tools and food found; some at mines.
*3. J 2 50, tZ, $150, $1 and 75c cord; shingle
joiner, shingle packer; 25 laborers for a. saw-
mill, fare paid, $40 and found
. 50 laborers, handy with hatchet, to build
flume ......*3O, *a.">. $40 and found
..HATMAKKO AND HARVEST CREWS..
Header wagon driver, $2 a day and found; 282
men to run mowers, rakes, pitch and work in
fields, header men, etc.. $1 25. $1 50, $2 day
and found; come and see —
STABLES. VINEYARDS AND ORCHARDS
16 stablemen, city and country jobs, $40, $35,
730, $25 and found; buggy washer, $30....
129 .vineyard and orchard hands. $35, $30. $20
and found; 5 gardeners, 1 stableman, all for
private families, S3O, 525. $20 and found; come
39 milkers for different places, $35, $30 and
found; 6 butter makers and run separators,
boss here. $35 and found; 5 cheese makers,
different jobs, $35 and $40 and found; stable-
man, private place, $25 and found
MEN AND BOYS TO CUT FRUIT
60 boys and men to cut fruit, no experience
required, piecework, can make good wages —
4 machine miners /. $30
Engineer for ranch, $60 and fdL: blaclt-
Bmlth helper for a mine, $60: fireman, mines,
$52 60; spool tender, sawmill company, $2 50
Cooper to make butter kegs. IS blacksmiths
and horseshoers. $2 60. $60. $70. $45 and $30
and found .*.... S\ •'
50 laborers. S. P. R. R. $2 day. free fare
SPECIAL NOTICE— MINES— BIO WAGES.
35 laborers for mines, no experience required,
you'll suit, $40 to $4S per month 'and found;
29 miners, single hand..... $90 and $75
Crowds going to gold mines
For a new mine
12 laborers, no experience, fare $2 50, $34 and
found; 6 men and wives for ranches, $40. ?30,
$30 and found ••••••
Read these carefully
3G5 laborers and teamsters for all parts of
California, also many for San Francisco, J3.
»2 50, $2, $1 75 day; many city Jobs, to board
home; -2 strong laboring men. factory, $2 25
12 single-handed miners, fare $2 50. $4jO and
found; coal miners, hard-rock men. drillers,
ipek men, hammer men, $2 25 day..^.
MURRAY & READY. 634-636 Clay st.
A-LAUNDRY.... CANDY-MAKER ....COOKS
Candy-maker, country J4O
Camp waiters, J25 and $20; second baker, $40
and found; 18 cooks, $35, $40, ?45 and $60 and
Butchers $35 and $30 and found
Cookr. for ranches, hay press $30 and found
bakers and helpers. $30 and |40 and
found; boy for bakery, $20 and found; cook
and wife, $50 and found: waiters, bakery,
cafes, hotels, resorts. $30, $33 and $40 and
"""MURRAY & READY, 634-636 Clay at.
TELEPHONE and XELEGRAPH ORDERS-
Man and wife for an institution, $40 and
found: coremaker, manufacturing company,
$3 day.. :
All-round butcher $35 to $40 and found
Manglers for laundry
Cook and wife orjwo men for a lumber com-
pany, .see boss here.. 9 coODers. slack work;
3 pantrymen 3 men for private families;
18 laundrymen and a boy to learn same trade.
Cooks for mines $50 and $60
Carriage woodworker $2 CO day
3 brick molders, see boss here
MURRAY & READY, 634-C36 Clay st.
2 WAITERS, mines, $30 and found; lunch
counter man, $35 and found
Cook and wife, sawmill company.. s6o and fd
3 assistant bookkeepers, typewriters and
stenographers fcr vineyards, sawmills, etc.
3 hotel porters, hotels and resorts, $20, $25
' Cabinet makers, $2 75 day
f 3 markers for tf"laundry
Third cok for a mine, call early.. s3o and fd
Man to aesist baker for a mine $30 and fd
MURRAY & READY. C 34-636 Clay St.
A— COME DOWN and get our list, containing
7236 different Jobs. MURRAY & READY.
SUPERINTENDENT for large orchard and
vineyard, north; California references and
experience:""* good wages. MURRAY &
READY. 634-636 Clay st.
SEE BOSS AT OUR OFFICE
13 laborers to pile lumber, $30 and fd., see
boss here, fare paid
First and second baker, same country shop,
$i 0 and $40 and fd., .see boss here, fare paid.
MURRAY & READY. 634-63& Clay St.
BARBERS' Progressive Union — Free employ-
ment. H. Bernard, Sec, 104 7th; tel. Jessie 152.
WANTED— I 2 persons to travel; salary $7SO and
expenses; absolutely no canvassing; perma-
nent position; reference; enclose self-ad-
dressed stamped envelope. Colonial Company,
232 Dearborn at., Chicago.
MAN wanted round kitchen; $10 month: short
distance in country- Northeast corner Mar-
k-it and Mason sts. ; basement.
WANTED— Extra waiter. 435 Ellis St.
¦WANTED— Young man to work in kitchen; $;¦;.
IS Eddy st. ¦
AVANTED— A waiter nt the New Washington
Hotel. Fourth and Harrison st*.
ERRAND boy. . 335 Bush St.. first floor.
WANTED— A butcher at 233 Cortland aye..
corner of Buena Vista.
WANTED — Shoemaker to buy a good paying
repairing shop.' 1155 Howard st.
BOOTBLACK wanted. Octavia st., near Post.
.EXPERIENCED milk driver. 140S Devisadero
WANTED— Recruits Tor the United States
Marine Corps, U. S. navy; able-bodied, un-
married men, of good character, between the
ages of 21 and 35 years; not less than 5 feet
4 Inches and not ever 6 feet 1 inch in height:
must be citizens of the United States or per-
eons who ha\*e lejrally declared their inten-
tions to become citizens; able to read, write
and speak English properly. For further in-
formation apply ¦at the Marine Recruiting
Office, 40 Ellis st., San Francisco, Cal., or
C3O X et., Sacramento, Cal.
WANTED— AII white laborers to Join the Com-
mon Laborers' Union for Economy. Address
by ISADOR FRANK. Sunday. July 1. 2 p. m.,
909 Market »t. : admission free.
WANTED— Strong young man residing with
parents to work in wholesale fruit house;
early hours: wages $5 week. Box 1833. Call. •
BOY 14 or up to shine shoes and do Janitor
work in barber shop; steady Job; board and
room. 104S McAllister st.
GET your shoes half-soled while waiting, 25c to
50c. 562 Mission St.. bet. Ist and 2d Ets.
WANTED— Carriage painter at BENSON'S,
corner Twenty-third and Bartlett sts.
WANTED— A man to help In kitchen. Call 713
Valencia st. - ' ¦
WANTED— Laborers and mechanics to know
that Ed Rolkin. Reno House proprietor, still
runs Denver House, 217 Third St.; ISO large
rooms; 2Ec per night; $1 to $2 per week.
HKLPER on bread; one that can mold: $8 per
week: no Sunday work. -Apply St. Lawrence
Bakery. 1056 Market St.. Oakland.
WANTED— AbIe man to work on a chicken
-ranch. Apply at cor ISth and Arkansas sts.
MEN' and women to learn barber trade: small
-¦"wages while learning: catalogue mailed free.
S. F. Barber College, 741 A Howard st.
ALL sizes men's shoes, slightly 'damaged, half
price. 562 Mission St., bet. Ist and 2d Bts.
WANTED— 2 and 4 horße" teamsters: apply
early Monday at-627 14th st., near Guerrero,
fan Francisco Construction Company.
S\ILORB, seamen and green- hands;
all parts of world. HERMAN'S. 26 Steuart.
GENTLEMEN'S suits to order, $1 per week, at
cash prices. N. Y. Tailoring Co.. 115 Kearny.
PENSIONS— GEO. D.' CAMPBELL, lawyer: 16
' — ¦ years' practice; Examiner bldg.
WINCHESTER House. 44 Third St.. near Mar-
ket: 700 rooms. '2sc night; reading room; tree
'bus and baggage to and from the ferry. |
LINDELL House," corner Sixth and Howard —
Rooms 15e to 25c per night; 75c to $2 p*r week.
CLASSIFIED advertisements and subscriptions
"received at Call branch office. 2200 Fillmore st.
A BRANCH office: for. Call advertisements and
. subscriptions has been established at 1096 Va-
•'- Icncl.q rt.
HOUSES. LlVli: STOCK. Etc— Kor Sal>
A CARLOAD of I well-broke draft and driving
. horses, , Just- arrlvedV- weighing from 1000 to
ISO ¦ pounds; . tha horses can be ; seen now at
1 the Stanford. Btables. 308-310 Golden Gate aye.
40 HORSES . for sale; '; • also wagons, buggies,
carts, harness. '.Grand Arcade Horse • Market,
"327 Sixth st. ; auction sales every .Wednesday.
? S.ULLIVAN & DOYLE, 'Auctioneers. *,
LO/t of. cheap hon«es- for campers, peddlers or
•business at CANT Y' S. 2170 Market St. ; Castro-
: st. cars pass the door. >* ¦ :
HORSES— Young, wellbroken, for all purposes,
tS cheap; best In city. .'771 Howard st, nr.' Third.
FOR sale-^-2 r extra fine" carriase -teams. DAL-
' ZIEL-'J.Vet.' > Dentist. ;' cos Onidau Gate aye
HOUSES TO : LET.
A— PRINTED list: houses to let; send for cir-
: cular. G. H. UMBSEX &. CO.. 14 Montgomery.
SAN ANSELMO— Furnished or unfurnished; a
beautiful country residence; 8 rooms; every
convenience; rent moderate. Station master,
$23 — SUNNY modern house, 7 rooms and bath;
B newly renovated. 720 Brcderick. nr. McAllister,
$14— A SUNNY home: water free; garden. 611
Dolores st.. near Twentieth.
HOUSES TO LET — FURMSiIED.
SACRAMENTO. 2679— Nicely furnished modern
house of 7 rooms. .W. B. HUFF & CO.
jx>st xxd voysu.
LOST^OiT steamer Ukiah. 7:50 a. m. trip from
San Rafael. Wednesday. June 27. ladiea'
pocketbook, containing money and ticket. Re-
- jWard If return»d to 61 Appraiser's building.
LOST— Thursday morning, black opera bag,
containing glass and holder Initialed E. F.
Return to 27 Belvedere s>t. ; reward.
LOST— Tailor's account book, near Clay-st.
market. Liberal reward: address In book.
ladles' specialist: safe and reliable; has prac-
ticed in 8. F. for years: treated thousands of
cases successfully: treatment can be used at
home; consultation free. After all others fan
call on him. 1023H Market st. ;
DRS. GOODWIN, well-known* ladles' specialist.
7 has returned from Europe; safe and reliable;
cure $5; have treated thousands of cases with
' success; 15 years' practice in S. F.; maternity
home; low fees. 1007^ Market st.. near 6th.
MRS. DR. WYETH. reliable specialist: 25 yrs.'
practice: home In confinement; treatment at
office, $5; any ailment; consultation free; con-
fldentlal. 942 Post St.. bet. Hyde and Larkln.
MRS. DR. GUYER. 44S Eddy St.. well known
and reliable; ladles' specialist: consult free;
home In confinement; hours 9 to S and 7 to S.
MRS. M. ALLEN. 1035 Market— Ladles' spe-
cialist; home In confinement; eaxe and rell-
able; consultation free; hours 10 to 8.
DR. and MRS. DAVIES. 122S Market; ladles'
physician; chronic diseases treated; late scl-
•entlflc methods; treatment. $5.
DR. NG TOY KEE. late of Canton. China: dis-
eases of all kinds cured; herbs and teas; sani-
tarium. TO4 Sacramento,cor.Kgiirny;advlce free.
Dr. James Pierce. 265 O'Farrell, rooms 2 and 3—
Female specialist; home or office treatment $3.
V S-DB WISE & CO.. the ladles' specialists.
1118 Market 6t. : every case guaranteed; $5 up.
NICE reliable home for confinement: reason-
able. 2012 Folsom st. MRS. DR. PFEIFFER.
DR WONG HIM, herb doctor, treats all dis-
eases of the human body. 115 Mason st.
BIISCELI*A3iEOUS— FOR SALE.
BOILERS, engines, 2d-hand machinery. Mc-
INTOSH & WOLPMAN, 195-197 Fremont st.
BARS back bars, mirrors, showcases, coun-
ters, linoleum, store and office furniture and
fixtures; new and second hand: we always
have a large stock of saloon outfits on hand;
82 complete outfits on our floor, ready made;
we can ship everything In 24 hours. J. NOO-
NAN 1017. 1019, 1021. 1023 Mission St.. above
Sixth*; write for catalogue.
A— BUYS, sells or rents gear machinery, en-
gines, boilers, water pipe, shafting;, pulleys,
etc. WHITELAW. 218 Spear St.
FOR sale — Oak roll top and flat top desks,
leather upholstered chairs, carpets, letter flies,
etc. ; new and good quality. Ad. box IS6O. Call.
YOUNG tame black bear cub, Just arrived from
Oregon; cheap. Apply at schooner Coquille,
at hay wharf, foot of Third st.
INCUBATOR: very nice; ever so cheap. 643
A FINE Stewart banjo for sale; cheap. 61S
Fillmore St., near Hayes.
ANOTHER No. 6 Remington and New Under-
wood-typewriter; bargain. L. & M. ALEX-
ANDER. 110 Montgomery st.
A— s3 50 DERBY and Fedora hats, $1 75. Pop-
ular Price Hatters. 330 Kearny ef.. near Pine.
FULL line cameras and photo supplies; selling
cheap. W. A. HARTTER. 513 Examiner bldg.
FOR sale— Schooner about twelve tons; 4 years
old; cheap. J. HIATT. 783 Mission St.
BEAUTIFUL diamond sunburst for sale. Ad-
dress box 1523, Call office.
6HP. gasoline marine engine complete; almost
new; cheap. H. S. WHITE. 516-513-S2O Mission.
LADY'S hat trunk for traveling, $12 50. Port-
land Lean Office. 25 Stockton st.
EDISON concert phonograph — Reduced price,
$75; concert records, $1 50. Baclgalupi. 933 Mkt.
PORTABLE engines, boilers; Iron and wood
planers: lathes; 2d-hand. J. Burke. 133 Beale.
SECOND-HAND fireproof safe; 1 fire and burg-
lar proof Bafe; cheap, vj Main st.
A FINE wult. $10: dress pants. $2 75. MISFIT
CLOTHING PARLORS. 437 Montgomery st
WE rent full-drens and Tuxedo suits for $2 50.
PORTLAND LOAN OFFICE, 25 Stockton st.
MAGIC lanterns, new and second-hand; moving
pictures. BULLARD & BRECK. 131 Post st.
A NEW Standard Typewriter; latest model;
rheap. Typewriter Exchange, 4C3 California.
A 10-TON Fairbanks scale and fire and burg-
lar proof enfe. 216 California st.
SAFES— Kew and second-hand. THE HER-
MANN SAFE CO.. 417-423 Sacramento st.
SAFES— New and <<eccnd-hand; all sizes. THR
WALTZ SAFE. 100-111 Market St.. San Fran.
ONE 4-slded sticker; 1 planer and matcher; 1
air compressor: 5 locomotives. 220 Fremont.
50 TO SCO old ducks, 100 Muscovle ducks, 100 old
rcost»rs; give price in San Francisco. 13
Walter st. .
WATER nipe, 3. 4. 6 Inches; in quantities to
suit. THOMPSON. 40 Main st.
WANTED— A light spring wagon; must be
cheap. SUSS. 1049 Howard st.
BIOXEY TO LOA.V.
ANY amount at 6 per cent; Ist, 2d and *d mort-
gages, undivided Interest, real estate In pro-
bate; mortgages and legacies bought: no de-
lay; get ray terms before doing business else-
where. R. McCOLGAN. 24 Montgomery, r. 3 :
ANY propcsltion. any amount; 6 per cent: first,
eecond mortgages, estates In probat«^ interest
In estates, legacies, corporation loans'; chattt-l
mortgages : life Insurance. Room 16. first
floor. Chronicle big., HALLORAN & OLSEN.
HIGHLY respectable private place to obtain
liberal advances en diamonds. Jewelry at low-
est rate?. Baldwin Jewelry Store, 846 Market
St.: tel. Main 1644. Branch 19 Third st.
ON real estate. Ist or 2nd mortgages, and on
furniture or pianos; no removal; any amount;
lowest rates. BECKER & CO., 26 Montgomery.
LOANS made on furniture at U4 per cent; also
loans to salaried people. HARSHBARGKH,
322 Ellis Bt.. room Zt.
MOST reliable place to borrow on diamonds,
watches, jewelry. W. J. HESTHAL. 10 Sixth;
highest price for old gold, silver, dl-imonds.
ANY amount by private party on furniture and
pianos; no removal; low rates; conndcntfaL
BONELLI. Conservatory bldg.. 130 Powell st.
AT 126 Kearny. ' rpom 9. respectable private
place to borrow on watches, diamonds; lowest
rates; take elevator. Telephone Davis 99i.
ON furniture and pianos without removal ; quick
service; money direct; lowest interest. Rooms
68 and €9. Donohoe building. 1170 Market st.
ANY amount by private party on furniture and
pianos: no removal; low' rates; confidential.
BONELLI. 301 Jones St.. corner Eddy.
PRIVATE party will make loans to salaried
people; also on furniture and pianos; busi-
ness strictly confidential. Apply 40S Ellis, r. a.
MONEY loaned salaried people without security.
HLL.L. rm. 44. Merchants' Exchange, 431 Calif.
ANY sum, Ist or 2nd mortgages. . estates In pro-
bate, chattels, etc. R. 603. Examiner building.
H. MURPHY, 630 Market St.. solves all kinds of
financial problems; 2d mortgages, estates, etc.
TO salaried people without security; all busi-
ness confidential. Tousley Co., J2l Parrot big.
CASH loaned to salaried people on note without
indorser. MORRF.LL. 609 Examiner -building.
ON furniture, pianos, without removal; no
commission; private. LICK. 116 McAllister.
TO salaried men without collateral or indorser.
S. F. Discount Agency. 143 Phelan building.
THE best thing of the season is a new style
Olympla Music Box, with double comb, for
,$3O; the tone Is as fine as any box ought to be
V double the price. MAUVAIS MUSIC CO.,
7C9 Market st. ,
UNTIL July 1 you will get more than the value
of your money If you buy a piano, organ «>r
other musical Instruments of the MAU VAId
MTJSIC CO.. 7» Market st. /.
IF you want j low Installments on any musical
instrument." come to us; If you want to pay
cash: come just the same. MAUVAIS MUSIC
CO.. "£9 Market st. '¦'-. '
PIANOS at cost: owing to the dull season now
upon us we are accumulating a large stock of
rental pianos; these, together with. a. number
of. samples sent us from factory, will be
- closed out regardless of profit; a better op-
• portunlty has never been offered; terms very
llbecal. BENJ. CURTAZ & SON. 1« O'Far-
rell*at. ' -. .
A' FEW bargains In pianos of standard makes
still remain from our closing out sale. rang.
J Ing from $75 op; must be sold by ¦ July 1.
SPENCER'S.' UIS Market. st. v
AS we represent the best make of pianos In
every grade from Steinway down to low-
priced makes, and a» our Installment pay-
ments are eas'er than those of other dealers
we are the people from whom you should
purchase: new upright pianos $6 cash. »8 per
month; other planca. &. U and Jo per month.
SHERMAN. CLAY & CO.. Steinway Dealers,
cor. Kearny and Sutter sts.. San FrancHco;
cor. Thirteenth and Broadway. Oakland.
ABSOLUTELY the oldest and largest housa
west of Chicago is KOHLER & CHASE'S
26. 23 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 eattsxy tha
customer. _^ _
BAROAIXS— A few pianos will be sold this
we?k for storage; offers wanted (cash or In-
stallments). Wilson's Storage Co.. 1.10 Mrkt.
SELHNO. out regardless of cost— Entire- stock
of pianos; store to let: fixtures ¦ for sale.
JAMES KEnFFE. 1019 Van Ness aye.
LADY going to the country will sell a beau-
tiful upright piano cheap: $100. Room 10.
Flood building. _^__________
SOHMER & ft)., Byron Maury, Oabler, Hamil-
ton pianos. JOS Post st.. opp. Union square.
ON furniture pianos: 3 per cent per month; no
commission. Mrs. 'Wilson, rm. 101. 8 Eddy st.
GOOD Flsch-r; great bargain. SCHMITZ. W
McAllister «t.. next Hlbernia Bank.
W. G. BADOER. 411 Sacramento st. agent for
Francis Bacon and Hallet & Davis pianos.
SUPERIOR violins, xithers. old and new. H.
MULLER. maker, repairer. 2 Latham place.
ONE Steinway l Cnlckerlng. J190; Installments
K> to $10; r»nt t2 Jip: HEINE'S. 138 Ellis St.
FINE tfrel! upright piano at a treat barg-ala.
STATHAM. 108 McAllister st.
REDUCTION sale- new pianos. *5 payments;
for rent. up. BRUENX. 208 Post st.
OFFICES AXD STORES — TO LET.
FINE store, with 3 living rooms. 38 Grov« St..
near Polk. ?v- -
FREE sarr.ples of Developer. Backus Studio. 11
Geary st. Etching Matte and Platinum, paper.
LARGE stires and sunny offices near Hall o«
¦ Justice. Court block. PABIX. 41J Kearny st.
MME. Ncergaard. Pres. St. Gtvnaln College oC
Palmistry; reads 1 to 8. 618 Geary, nr. Jones.
SOO TO COO acres green pasture, clover and wild
grasses mixed, for horses or cattle. For
ternm apply A. B. FTJLLEP.. Antioch. CiaL
LEDERER Is the popular hairdresser.
Lederer charges but 23c for the
Lederer fashionable hair styles.
Lederer sells El Perfec.to Veda Rouge 50c box.
Lederer's Qulntonica hair tonlo la S3c bottle.
Lederer's Foamo Shampoo Is only Bo package.
Lederer'a Halrdresslng Parlors. 123 Stockton.
SVITS to order on easy payments. Art Tailor-
lng Co.. Examiner building, room 407.
MISS SHELDON, chiropodist and card reader.
820 Market mt.. second floor, room 37.
PRIVATE detective work; reasonable rates; 10
years' experience. J. B. Ray, 357 Jessie st.
ELECTRIC lights In every room— Winchester
Hotel. 44 Third St.. near Market: 700 rooms;
25c to %1 SO per night; }1 50 to $3 per week;
free 'bus and baggage to and from th« ferry.
USE Lillie Webb's olive ell soap: 10c at drug-
gists; agents wanted. CADOGAS & Mc-
CLtTRE. 421 Market, r. 34; from 9 to 10 a. m.
AIIieORN House. 319 to 33 Grant aye.— Lead-
ing German- American hotel of San Francisco:
31 per day and up: finest meals In city. 25c.
AN elegant suit for 510 73 from Imported or do-
mestic remnants. L. LEMOS. 1117 Market st.,
between Seventh and Eighth.
WILL pay cash for old sealskins. Box 4319.
Call office. •
LADIES' and gents' cast-off clothing bought and
sold. Sllvertnan, 954 Folsom. tel. Folsom 1191.
ALFREDITMS Egyptian Henna restores gray
hair to Us natural color. |1; at all druggists.
CAST-OFF clothing, old gold and silver bought;
send postal. COLEMAN'S. 506 Kearny st.
G. D. MORSE. photograFher. 2606 Pacific aye..
between Pierce and Scott: phono Stelner 3331.
EXCHANGE? Lease or Rent— l6o acres land: «
miles from Calistoga: plenty of wood, water
and grass; 6 aerea improved: house 4 roo?ns
and outhouses: In exchange for city property.
Address J. 11. BROWN. 333 23th St.. 3. F.
FREE samples of D«»ve!oper. Backus Studio. 11
Geary st. Etching Matte and Platinum Paper.
WE loan kodaks free: photo supplies. Uackus
studio. 11 Geary ft., ground ami top floors.
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
DR. d C. O'DONNELL— Office and resldsace.
1821% Market St.. bet. Plxth and Seventh.
REAL ESTATE CITY FOR SALE.
$4000— BARGAIN and sacrifice; 2 Cats: first-
class improvements; rents $31; pays $ per cent
net; 25x57:«. Apply R. McCOLGAN. 24 Mont-
gomery st.. room 3.
JS.COO— THE cheapest buy In town: will mora
than double the value inside of 10 years; to
close an estate will be sacrificed now: an ele-
gant Market-st. property, east of Valencia.
SSxl?4 to rear street. Apply R. McCOLGAN,
24 Montgomery St.. room 3.
JS7SO— THE best bargain In the city; cost $13,000;
4 flats, 2 stores; rents $05. SE. Stockton and
Greenwich. Apply R. McCOLGAN. 24 Mont-
gomery. st.. room >._
$5300— MODERN 9-room house In choice location
en Waller St.. near Pierce, 1 block frora
Halght-st. cars; finished with marble steps,
frescoed ceilings. 3 wood mantels, hard-fin-
ished basement, etc. : terms one-fourth cash,
balance $50 monthly. F. NELSON, builder.
FOR SALE— Cottage a retrms; high basement:
sunny front: patent closet; city water; bar-
gair. 63 Serpentine place.
MODERN houses and flats built at lowest
prices; plans and estimates furnished for all
boildlng work. CAMPBELL. 1147 Mission St.
A WEEK'S news for 5 cents— The Weekly Call.
18 pag»w. In wrapper, for mailing. $1 per ye.tr.
REAL ESTATE COUNTRY For Sale
BARGAIN; 117 acres good land, portion growln«
sugar beets: fronts on main county road, ad-
joining town of Pleasanton. Alameda Co. :
must be sold; bank price $47 50 per acre;
might subdivide. H. H. CRANE. 503 CaL st.
CHOICE country villa; near Saa Bruno. Box
1553. Call office.
EIGHTY- acres level and partly drained tula
land near city; fine for speculation; cheap.
Addres3 H. box 1533. Call office.
FOR SALE — Good-paying Investment; country
hotel: rented at $50. For particulars apply as
southwest corner Eddy and Taylor »ts.
ROSS VALLEY REAL ESTATE.
ROSS~VALLEY— Few choice lots left: 50x150
feet. $300: San Rafael water; elegant view Mt.
Tamalpals: 5 minutes' walk from Kent sta..
10 minutes from Ross. Apply P. ROSS, Kent.
or C. H. STANYAN. 31 Market St.. a F.
ROOMS FOR HOUSEIvEEPIXG.
A— FOUR very desirable sunny corner rooms,
extra large, furnished for housekeeping; gas;
bath: $16. 3306 Seventeenth St.; Castro cars.
BRYANT. BIS — Two large unfurnished sunny
parlors and kitchen; rent $12.
BUSH. 1203—4 rooms for housekeeping: fur-
nished: for thre« or four months.
EDDY, 604— Pur.ny furnished housekeeptna
rooms with kitchen; gas stove: coal stove.
EDDY. 917— Very desirable housekeeping rooms,
furnished: no children; private residence.
EIGHTH. 10S— Sunny front room; kitchen;
range; hot and cold water; sunny porch and
stationary vrashtubs; 512.
ELEVENTH. 120—2 sunny furnished rooms;
stove and bath: modern coaveniences; $12.
ELLIS. 618—2 or 3 sunny front rooms: gas
stove: clcnets; other rooms: rerit moderate.
FOLSOM. 55S— Three unfurnished room* tot
housekeeping; hot and cold water: range.
FOLSOM. 1137—2 rooms furnished; light house*
keeping: cheap. ___^
FRANKLIN. 21 (Newport)— Furnished rooms
for housekeeping: range; also single rooms.
HARRISON. 731— Three rooms, furnished com-
plete for housekeeping; Large yard; rent. $13.
HOWARD, CO— Front room and kitchen fur-
nishtd for bousekeeplns.
HOWARD, 948— X. 3 or 4 furnished rooms;
housekeeping; sunny; hot and cold water.
HOWARD. 10S1— 2 sunny completely furnished
| roams. $•: running water; also others.
LARKIN, So4— Large sunny front room, nicely
furnished. $8 50; large back housekeeping
rooms, $7 50; two for housekeeping;.
MARKET, 1538—2 sunny front connecting rms..
water, range. $12 50; also rooms. t4 to 115.
$10— TWO fura. hskrs. rooms. 4 Martha pU
off Geary. st.. between Mason and Taylor.
MCALLISTER. X&K. opp. City Hall— Larg<
¦unrry,, kitchen for housekeeping with bed
Jovnge; sunny bay-window rooms; small
rooms. $9 up.
MCALLISTER. S3l— Unfurnished upper part oJ
*»"••: a room. : bath: cv: no «S3ldr«s<