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THE SAN FBANCISCO CALL, MOSTDAY, JULY 2, 3 900.
f AN FRAXCISCO CALL.
in.>lNBS3 Ott 1C8 of Th« Pan Francisco
CaU. c-rrner of Mnrket and Third streets, open
unfll 12 o'clock every night In the year.
VK.VNCII OFFICES— 12: Montgomery street.
corner Clay; r£*n ur.fll 3:30 p. rn.
Z¥> Hayes street: onen until 9:30 p. m.
. C9 McAllister street; open until 9:S0 p. m.
OS Larkin rtrect; open .until 9 JO p. m.
;341 Mission street; open until 19 p. m.
;2C1 Ui_Flon rtreet. corner Sixteenth; open
crtl! 9 p. m.
.SM EleVCSt- strrM: open until 9 p. m.
3?9C Valencia strvrt: open until 0 p. m.
Northwest c<->m?r Twenty-second an! Ken-
V.i'-ky streets; open unt'l 9 p. m.
GOLDEN Gate Commandery No. 16. -__^
JC T Golden Gate huildlnr. C25 Sut- itjfif*
lef si.' Ftatr,! nsscmWy THIS MON- _Tj
. DAY» EVENING, at K o'clock. All eg/
Jiaters are courteously- Invited. '"
BOBERT McMlLLAN. Em. Com.
WM. T. FOXDA. Recorder. <
¦AM KRAXCIPCO Chapter No. 1. n
Iloyal Arch Mnsons. meets THIS ~f%-
¦-EVENING. EuEinerg and degrees Z H*f\
OCCIDENTAL Lo.!ep KO; 22. F. and A. B
M . THIS (MONDAY) EVENING, at -J\-
S o'clock: stated meeting. By cnler of >_ Jv
the \Y. M. , /V*
WALTER G. ANDERSON. Secretary.
HERMANN Lodge No. 1?7. F. and A. •
M - stated meotlnc THIS DAY (MON- _f\^
HAT). July Z. IV". r.t fc o'clock p. m. /L>T
B* ora*; of the W. M. / ~T \
L. SCHUMACHER. Secretary.
KIN'<» S=OIX>»1ON'S Lodre No. 26". F. ft
4- A. M.. FraiiUIin HaM, Fillmore
M between Rush end Suttpr— .Stated TL_I\
• rVtinr ar.rt third degree THIS EVEN- >
IX- at ::3P. HARRY BAEIIR. S»c.
CALIFORNIA Lodge No. 1. I. O. O. ,n_*4_£>.
F — InftaJiatlr r. of officers MON- :§_^!_K&
|»AV EVKNING. July 2. Visitors
Wilr TROTTER. N. G.
PIONEERS — The rejf- «-*<i3SEM'«?7>t_
• " monthly meeting >C^ r Ss- w 'i < '?5- ''Jy^ijk
full attendance Is re-
<ju p ' t t* 1 d- • J. B. SPEAR. Secretary-
AN<"IEN'T Order of Hibernians— We ft^si**^? I
rx'.cv.<\ to the frionjs of our organ 1- \^\\;'i[ 1
ration a. rnrdlal invitation to attend « -'/
our annual reunion and picnic »t^W? :
Scheutren Jark on July 4. A K— la •'— * ;
day r>f Irish f=p<rts and cames; greatest event
of the pe&sr.n; $10".X) cash prizes; 300 gate \
prizes; ;iatriotl'" exercises, etc.; round trip \
ttckttf. Me; children. SSc: boats leave ferry •
. «t 9 !•:"? and 11 a m.. 12:3. r . I:?). 3:30 p. m. j
J. .T. DONOHOE, President. !
r. J. KElXKIir.lt. Cliainnnn Oames Com. !
A. 0~lT"T«vTploirXor2.— The~regu- a*^ j
Jar rnuWhlv meeting of this division It. \ A ¦
¦will be held at H:berr.!a Hall. 110 "_"' > S i
Ninth st.. on TUESDAY. July 3. W^. ?*mJ5| I
•.at 7:37 p. m. Election of officers. r 3-*JK^ 1
¦Ouarter'y meeting fines for non-attendance. I
HARTLY LEE. Pres.
. T. L. CLANCY. Sec.
eHELL Mound Park. Berkeley. July v <C? >.
4, eighteenth rrsnd annual gather- 5\ \ay/J I
.ing and games of the S. F. Scottish '_ly.
' Tblstie Club. The greatest affair of '*»st~* J
: (_• kind e\— r before witnessed in America. ;
Orand tala day of Scottish sports. Three
. ¦-. thousand dollars In cash prizes; rlegant and !
. . rr.st'.y medals fr>r amateurs. Grand ball and i
. •display of fireworks in th? evening. Oames j
tiprn to all-comers. Admission to park (day), f
edMlt* Sue; children under 12 years. 2. r ,c\ Ad- J
mission (r.ight). adults. Zlc; children. l»c. i
Buy your 'err- tickets for Sh.Il Mound Park.
«;_OK«;i: W PATERSON. Recorder.
JOHN ROSS. Royal Chief.
ANNUAL m^etir.K— The regular annual niret- !
Ing of the stockholders of The Fan Francisco j
nnd San Jmquin Valley Railway Company ;
mVO he held at the office of the company. No.
:C1 Market St.. San Francisco. Cal.. on j
TUESDAY, the l?th day of July. 1900. at the I
hour cf 11 o'clock forenoon, for the purpose
rf electing a !?¦ ard of Directors to serve f.->r
the ensuing :-eat. and the transaction of such
other business n* may come before the meet-
lng. ALEXANDER MACKIE. Secretary.
MRP. Padle P«nr. rclentlflc astrologlst. strictly j
¦reliahie »fi all matter* iwrtainini to lire ana ;
business: horr>*cp;.e readings. »1. T710 Hutter. j
nEMEMBER. we furnish agents all sub-«cr!p- !
tton horks at sarr h> prices as Eastern publish- j
rr>: eave time sr.d freight; library of South ¦
Africa. Life of Moody. New Atlas. New Music |
Hnr.k: can ship at onr»: send for samples. ;
The J. DEfflSO OQ-. Flood building. S. F. ;
ATTOKMSYS AT LAW.
F. W. KING, attrrr.ey at law. SI7 Market st..
rorr i CT7: estates, damages, attachments.
tii advance'eharpes; money loaned on estates.
ADVICE free; divorce law a specialty; private;
no fee without t-uccrss; collections. G. W.
HOWE, atty at law. KM Market. cor. Stockton.
ADVICE free; no charge unless successful. W.
w. DAVIDSON. SI* Market Ft., cpp. Mason.
L P. CLARK. Err.ma Spreckels bldg., 827 Mar-
k»t ft.: consultation free: no tees In advance.
A 1 'T< ».\5 OBI LEfilFred WARD & SON.
Ar»ntf. 46 Fremont st.
ROlilNPON Sj. 4-p*nel folding: drx>r opens: firm
and »a'e. W. P. pr.OWN. gen. aitt.. 42« E11I».
I1OOK.S .NEW AM) OLD.
FCTJOOL BOOKS bought and exchanged.
Hc!ir,»> Book Co.. Tf-4 Mission St.. near Third.
BELGIAN hares: the right kind: Imported and
domestic; strictly pure; pedig— »« guaranteed:
jrlr«s reai"5r.:i!ile: write for free Illustrated
<~ata!r>— ue. 1'eialuma Incubator Co.. Petaiuma.
All the r- 1 >ii«r straini at greatly reduced
prices CALIFORNIA BELGIAN HARE
' ASSOCIATION. Alatr ie<Ja. Cal.
TREMONT Belgian Hare Co.. 1134 Fillmore St., ,
Fan Francisco. CaL— Om of the fow reliable
flrrr.8 handllns Belgians.
OVER icy choice Belgians nt auction. Tuea- •
dsy. July 3. 2 i>. m. 10J7 Market pt.
CHOICE VKDIC.REEI) BELGIAN HARES;
rh-ar. IMMJ Butter st.
OOLDEN QAT_ BELGIAN HARE CO.. CCS Gol- I
den CJate ave.. ;^»1 rabhits for sale cheap, i
HIGH scoring, pedl-reed stock, reasonable.
Rfyal r..itti;r>, :i4 Oolnen Gate ave., S. F.
A— 5K0: COFFKE talocn close to Chronicle ,
; buildlrjt: a good business; investigate at I
ence. ''ail R «!¦ WILKE. MS Kearny et.
A DAT Mlorn drying a large buslne**; mostly
liquor trade; fixtures, glassware, etc.; J^Od-
stock at Invoice. Particulars. It. G. WILKE, '
2S*i Kearry n.
A — JTOO: CORNER grocery and bar on Brannan
rt. : rent fr.': living rooms: a good paying
business. Call H. «i. WILKE, 264 Kearny si.
A— WOO; PABTNEB wanted In coffee saloon
and chop house: close to Market tt.: a tplen-
<31d offer for the right man. Call K. CJ.
WILKE. £6H Kea— ly ft.
A— $40*. CANDY store *nA factory; close to
Powe.l and Market Us.: rent $40; cood pay-
ing business; MrUnr..« cause of sa*>. R. G
WILKE. y* Kearny st.
A— J4XX}; COaXEB grocery and bar; established
yean and known as a money miking place;
best location; close lo ChrOQlde building. See
R. G. WILKC. ISVj, Keamy et.
A — SlOOP; GROCERY and »*r rm Fan Bruno
road: living rooms; cheap rent; rjilendid open-
Ing for an active youns man; party wishing
to retire fro:n bu?!r.>'>!> cause ot sale Call
U. G. WILKE. 26^ Kearny st.
' A— «15OO; CORNER; wine and liquor store: only
¦ one fclook fr. m Market; rent Jif-; horse.
¦ttarcn und a larc* fK>ck; aptendld paying
bntlaees; difajrm-nier.t '.f partners cause cf
pale. See It. <;. WILKE. re 1 , Keamy rt.
A — $2*0; BEST paying corner grocery and bar
on Mayes rt. : no rent to pay: a rplendld
chance. See R. O. WILKE, 26^ Keamy rt.
SiOO— PAKTNER wanted In a first-class saloon
one block north of Market: owner leaving for
Europe. Call R. G. WILKE. S6S Keamy *t.
150ft- FRUIT and vegetable rtore ; fine horse and
sv&gon; fine business: best i. .cation in city;
great bargain. LANE & CO.. S£3 Market ht.
Si:**— POniC *t<re; hum. *,arcn and delicacies;
<-!e*rant busine*— LANE _ CO., Sfci Market.
•TSO-HAKKnY baklna J bb>. a day? i fanes'.
v.aR r .n. harness; fine Ktorc traJ»; living
room*: a bargain. LANE _ CO.. Mii Market.
M. GRIFFIN. TI» Market, r. L nr. Call i>!dg.
¦ Variety store; clears $!>0; — -.an or woman. J623
Stationery and notion*; nice for 1 person. l' ft
Paloon: cor.: good business; lew rent KWt
¦ Uellra'W rtore: central: good Iwtilili .'"! T-0
Grocery store; no bar; nice; Investigate.... 475
Branch bakery: Al: clear* Jl&O month.... 4Z0
THESE are all barga'.ns-Cnur.try hotel. $1000;
»ountry butcher business. 11500: countrv mdi-e.
rtore. tiXfl <v>ur.try drup store. *10O0; hay.
wood and coal business. $6t*>; grocery and bar.
. ffiOrt; downtown bakerj- and cafe. t_*0.
6CHWEINHARD & CO.. flJ Market *t. 7
. |€5ft— WELL located and rooJ paying saloon:
clcelr fitted up: full tnvestigatlon allowed: a
aacriflce- parties leaving for Nome; trial
,jveo. Mclaughlin & co., m* Market.
BXSI.XESS CIIAIVCES — CONTINUED.
Handsomely fitted bakery and lunch parlor:
miut havo partner: too much business for
proprietor to handle alone; best possible lo-
cation across the bay; near railroad depot:
h!I first -••i.-i.-.-s custom; positive guarantee from
owner that business clears $400 a mo. ; books
open for inKiu'dlon; investigation Folicited.
BTENBERO CO., 933 Market st.^
A— $450: RESTAURANT: best block on lead-
ing street; doing good business; meals 20c
and upward: estab. years; line for man and
wife. STENBERG CO.. 035 Mjirket Bt.
A— $2'J0: S-ROOM lodging house in center of
city: north o' Market: owner leaving State;
must sell. STENBKRG CO.. 633 'Market et.
FOR Fale— In live mining town of Sonora. coun-
ty soat. Ice cream and candy factory with res-
taurant attached; finest place and best busi-
ness In country, making money; no opposi-
tion; Fplendid opportunity for man & wife; In-
vcrti.Tatlnn EOlititPd: o^'urr wishes to Fell at
f.nce account Bickne&s. STKN'HEKG & CO., 9*5
Maili<?t. or P. O. box S12. Sonora. Cal.
FOR pale— Shoe shop, en account of going to
Europe. Inquire 181 Minna St., near Third,
from 9 a. m. to 12 m., to-<lay. j
WAKEHOUSETbusIness for ?al*. including fully j
fijuippetl plant for giindlns and cleaning j
grain; engine, boiler, mill, cleaner, etc.; lo-
cate«l on It R. central. Alameda Co.; no
competition: liuninei-s of last season clearing |
owner J17C0 to MSOO; buildings and machinery |
nil in Al cn.litiun: pri<-e for all. Including
large lot. $3000; a great bargain an<1 will bear
closest Investigation to parties meanlni; busi-
ness. H. H. CRANE. 508 California ft.
FOR sale— A strictly Rood buMnefs; restaurant.
100 chairs and feeding 100 people; bakery us-
ing 2 barrels flour daily; horce and wagon; |
lodKlns-hous«. 84 rooms, newly furnished ; ;
finest opportunity to inske money. Inquire
American Bakery and Restaurant, Uakers-
GOOD-PAYING candy store, ire cream parlor, j
esUbllvhed 16 years: principal street: eae.ly j
c-]f nring ?100 a month; finest chance In the j
world for widow or two parties: full lnvestl- |
gatlon or trial allowed, fiee owner. 22 Sixth.
FOR sale— Blacksmith shop in prosperous town;
doing cood husine&s; no opposition; best of |
reasons for selling. Address F. B.. P. l>. box j
COT, Sacramento. _______
TO rent— For coal yard, milk depot, etc.: fine
locution: plE'.-e 1? entirely covered: contains 3 \
Mall«: rent only JJ5; water free. Inqtilr? WM. ¦
HEJCDRICKSON & CO.. 614 Call bldi^
LKADING hotel in Monterey; 35 rooms, parlor, j
cTinins-room. kitch-n. bar; completely furn.: i
will rent tell »r .¦xcliKnge. For particulars ,
write JOHNSON ft CARR. Monterey. Cal.
WANTED— fWOQ to increase business*; will !
su.-irantee *."i0 r>T month income and Rive ¦
r.mplc security for loon. Address at once, box !
lsvT. call cfttoe.
SAN RAFAEL and Boilnas stage and mall
rmtp for sale. For particulars address SAV-
KltP HROS.. Dollnas. Cal.
FOR sale to the hlphest bidder— 1000 shares nr ;
pnrt In a jcood-pavinij mother lnde mine: 20- ,
¦tamp mill in full operation. J? ox 1?"'4. Call. ,
FIRST CLASS corner saloon: tvlll refit fnr
Krocery nnd bar: no reasonable offer rejected.
Apply The Boulevard. Pt. Lobos and First av |
STATIONERY notion, candy store; cheap for j
cash or trade for lot. Inquire 401 McAllister, j
CIGAR ftand for rent cheap. Opposite railroad
depot. Third and Towngend sta.
FOK sale— Corner saloon; good business; cause, j
slrknese. 44 Second st. |
?S^WVVANTED. partner in printing business, j
402 McAllister st. •
TO RUSTLER— Half Interest In law and cotlee- j
tlon apency; no money required. I>ox li»3. Call. .
A-»17f.; BRANCH bakery end delicacy store; 3
livtnp rooms, with water; rent $12. 42S Sixth.
CANDY ftore for *ale; gnnd stock and fixtures;
low rent: no agents. 13S Hayes St.
FOR pale^Fruit and oyster stand. 1576 Market
St.; cheap if sold at onre^
H \_F business horseshoeing shop for sale. 120
DON'T miss the tripods and lamps at the
UACKl'S STVPIO. 11 Geary; other bargains, i
COFFKE and tea routes supplied from GEO.
W. CA8WKXJ t k CO.. 411 Facramento gt.
A BRANCH office for Call advertisements and
subscriptions has been established at 10?6 Va-
LOUGIXG-HOL'SKS KOIl SALE.
A M GRIFFIN. 719 Market: Tel. Black 1S03. ,
10 rms. N. Mkt.: rent $Ii: bay-windows.. $»00 !
11 r central, cor.: rent 533: irood. clean.. J3.T.
IP r..' N. Mkt.: rent $3o: well fur.: full STS<i I
V> t ; rent $05; sunny cor.; 5 kitchens fUOU
IS r central: rent $SS; good location; full. JCO
34 r. ; cor.: >i cash: bargain; central $M00
SS r • full of men: central. Rood furniture. $1200
CO r. : hotel: 35 fur.: rent »S: full $S50
BUYERS, take notice— House of 18 rooms; make I
offer; house of IS rooms: easy payments: these
houses must be sold. SCHWEINHARD & CO..
917 Market pt.. opposite Mason. ¦
PARTT ownlnr first-class hotel with bar In
town near R. R. depot. Central Alameda Co.:
desires to exchange for first-class boarding
and rooming houpe in Oakland. II. 11.
CRANE. DOS California st.
FT'RNISHF.D house. S3 rooms and bath: rent
and price reasonable; good location. 36o Jessie.
CAMPAIGN PHOTO BUTTONS.
JIFT. of all kinds of photo buttons and Jewel-
ry; wholesale and retail; send for catalogue.
Miniature Portrait Co.. 9S3 Market st.. S. F.
CARI'ET BBAT1SG AND CL.K A -\ I X Q .
W71EN you become disgusted with poor work
pend to BPAVLDING'S Pioneer Carpet-Beat-
tng Works. SC3-3S7 Tehama frt.: tel. S. 40.
SANITARY Carpet Cleaning and Dyeing Co..
?4I-344 McAllister St. ; phone South 146.
J. E MITCHELL Carpet-Beating and Reno-
vating Co.. 240 14th st. ; tel. Mission 74.
CITY Steam Carpet-Beatinsr Works. G. H.
STEVENS, mgr.. 3S-40 Sth St.; tel. South 150.
J.McQl'EEK'S California Carpet Cleaning Co.,
C3 Stevenson St.. tel. South IIS; lowest rates.
CARPETS cleaned at 3c per yard, laid at 4c.
PTRATTON'S. 3 Eighth St.; teL Jessie 944.
ADVANCE Carpet Cleaning Co.. 402 Sutter St.;
tel. Main 394. GEO. WAbCOM. proprietor.
COXKLIX'S Carpet-Beating Works. 333 Golden
Gate ave.; telephone East 126.
CARRIAGES AXD WAGOI 3^
AL.— kinds~of wagons, buggies, carts." harnesn.
etc.. cheap. EAGAN & SON. 211T Mission ¦_
AN A No. 1 express wagon, single, for sale
cheap. Call at M2 Minion it.
NEW * r-J-hand wagon*, buggies, carts & har-
rer% . work A- driving h<r«» 15th * Valencia.
GO to Watson, spiritual medium and palmist;
"luckv and truest" readings. -^>o up. 1*>M
Market »t.. near Twelfth.
MRfT HOTTER, spiritual medluwi: sittings; O.
$1. L. We; clr. Mo.. Wed.. Frl.. 10c. 34 Sixth.
II RP DI'XHAM. medium: readings dally: clr.
Taes.. Fri.. Z. S p. m. 14 McAllister, room 3a.
i FlUENDSHIP~IIall, 333 McAllister— Tests to-
| night; circle every eve.. 10c. Miss C. J. Meyer.
I TlTi;* week only-^Full sittings 25c. WATSON.
j medium, palmist. 15S1 Market gt.. naar 12th.
i WYLL1E. the Los Angeles photo medium. 330
Ellis. 10 a. m. to 5 p. m., Sundays Included.
; MRS DUNHAM, medium: readings dally: clr.
I Tues.. Krl.. 2. S p. m. 14 McAllister, room 35.
MRS. J.J. WHITNEY, clairvoyant, test. business
medium, life reader; sitting. $L 1104 Market.
A WEEK'S news fnr 5 cents. The Weekly CaU.
1« page?. In wrapper, for mailing, tl per year.
MI'S. DR CI.AKK, • the well-known trance
i medium, permanently located at 205 Turk St..
I may be consulted on all affairs of life; she
will show vou how to overcome your enemies;
remove family troubles; restore lest affec-
tions; unite the separated; satisfaction guar-
anteed t» mail; send stamp for circular with
I ?peciel terms. MRS. DR. CLARK. 206 Turk
1 «t.. near Jones.
: MME. LANGE, the great clairvoyant, tells past.
future; never falls; has the greatest Egyptian
I secret: Minns picture future husband or wife;
! fee rr,e and up: *at'.sfaetlon to everybody : open
Sundays 1167 Market ft., bet. 7th and Sth.
MME. PORTER, wonderful clairvoyant & card
reader, born with double veil & second sight,
diagnoses disease with life reading: ladles &0c.
prnts fl: palm. & clalr. : Fit. II 5C. 126 Turk st.
MME. 7.F.REDA, the gypsy. Is the great palmist
and card reader, I5c. 6 Seventh St.; no sign.
YOl^NG clairvoyant, card reader: Thursday,
FrifiHy. Saturday oniy. *¦« Everett st.. nr. 4th.
j MME. IIANhON. palmistry: cm d reader; past.
| pifsei-.t. future, SSc. 14S Plxth st., room 14.
] MME. RUTH, great prophetic card reader, "EOc.
70S EHie »t.. near l.xrkin.
MISS MELVILLE, great clairvoyant and water
reader; German spoken. 9C1>4 Mission, op.Mlnt.
j MMH. August, clairvoyant, card reader; palmis-
try; truth or no pay: 25c & 50c. 1149 Mission.
MME. SCUAFFER. clairvoyant, card reader;
sittings dailr. riJ'4 Sixth st.
MME. RAVENNA reads life fluently: business
advice; name* given: 25c up. S Fourth «t- *
MME SYBILLE— Cradle to grave: future hus-
hanil'w picture; 25c; ladles. 914 O'Farrell st.
GEORGE W. KELLY'S Agency— No charge un-
ices successful. Room 310, 927 'Market st.
COTTAGES TO LET.
COTTAGE, 3 rooms and bath. 3S35 Twenty-
fifth St.: rent $^
BUNNY cottage of 6 rooms, bath, gas, base-
ment, yard. 1119 Vallejo. near Leavenwortn.
$11 60— COTTAGE; * rooms; cellar: yard. 468
Linden ave.. near Hayes and Laguna Bt>.
AT the ELECTRO-DENTAL CLINIC. S03 Mar-
ket Bt.. cor. 4th, rm. 7. Flood bldg., you can
have your extractions done painlessly; teetn
without plates our specialty; gold crowns,
, J3 r.O up; plates, extractions free. $4 50 up: or-
nce hours. 9 a. m. to 10 p. m.: Sundays. 9 to 2
p. m. G. W. WILLIAMSON. M. P., Manager.
EIGHT prizes for best crowns, plates, bridges
and fillings: extraction or fillings by my won-
derful secret, painless method; 20 years ex-
perience; no students; advice free; prices
cheapest and guaranteed; lady attendants.
DR. GEORGE W. LEEK, 20 O'Farretl st.
DR LUDLUM HILL. 1443 Market, nr. Eleventh
—No charre for extracting when plates are
made; oM plates made over like new; teetn
from $S per set; extracting, 50c; gas given.
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 ?t.. corner Sixth.
SET of teeth without plate. DR. H. G.
YOUNG. 1M1 Polk st.
DR~BUZARD'S Dog Hospital. Post. Fillmore—
Advice and medicine 75c; city visits Jl oO: all
animals treated; dogs boarded. Tel. West 636.
DR CREELY'lfC. P. mange cure nnd worm pills
by druggists or at hospital. 610 Golden Gate av.
Jjn"_r_s'>IAKKltS A.NP -KAJIS'l'KKSSiSat
REMOVED— McDowell Dressmaking Millinery
School to 1019 Market St.. above Sixth.
PARISIAN dressmaking, 387 Geary St.: dresses
made, $5 up; dresses made over; perfect fit.
MME. REMBERT. 630 Sutter St., dressmaking
school; any pattern cut to measure.
I S. F. Dressmaking. Ladles' Tailoring School;
I French tailoring system taught. 411 Van Is ess,
ACCORDEON pleating factory: all kinds pleat-
ing. pinking. 121 Post, over O'Connor-tMoffatt.
ALL students but two taking full course this
vpar got positions. SAN FRANCISCO BUSI-
NESS COLLEGE. 1236 Market et.
AYKES'. the leading business college. 723 Mar-
ket Pt.; life scholarship. $50: includes short-
hand, typing, bookkeeping, pen art; day & eve.
CALIFORNIA Business College, 305 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. 1S64.
VAN DEIS NAILLKN SCHOOL. 333 Market.
SCHOOL OF ACTING— Lyceum Theater, 310
O'Farrell; positions grntd. to finished pupils.
LAW schools. 927 Market. S. F.. and 905 Broad-
way, Oakland; day and night; correspondence.
HKALD'S BCSINKSS COLLEGE. 24 Post St.,
S. F. : founded 1SG3; SO-page catalogue free.
CALLAGHER-TARR United School of Experts;
| shorthand: bookkeeping. Parrott big.; cat'log.
LE JEUNE Art nnd Crafts School; modeling,
designing, carving: all branches. 424 Pine st.
ARITHMETIC, bookkeeping, grammar, writing,
etc.; day or eve.: $5 mo. 1024 Mission, nr. 6th.
A— JAPANESE and Chinese employment con-
tractor; estatl. over 10 years; all kinds help.
421 Post, near Powell; telephone Bush 135.
UNION Japanese-Chinese emp. office — Best help
furn.; domestic serv. 417 Powell: tel. Clay 86.
ORI'HEUM Employment Office— Japanese. Chi-
nese htrlp. 426 Powell. nr.Sutter: tel. Black 6072.
JAPANESE and Chinese Employment Office;
best help furn.: tel. John 2121. S0fi% Stockton.
CHINESE and Japanese Employment Office—
Best help. 4im O'Farrell St.: tel. F.a«t 42*.
EMPLOYMENT WANTKO — FEMALS.
POSITION as cashier, office assistant or com-
panion to elderly lady: good correspondent,
reader, etc.: speak German fluently: city or
country; palar}' reaponable; references ex-
char.ge'd. Box 1SS3. Call office.
' A GOOD, honest woman, an excellent cook and
housekeeper; would assist with washing; city
or country. Call 141 Hyde St.. near Turk.
SITUATION wanted by a competent cook at
I cooking anl general housework. Call at 3760
; Diamond st.. near Moss ave.. Oakland.
! YOUNG larty. Mason's daughter. of reflne-
I 'ment. wishes a home or position as com-
panion to elderly lady only: no triflers. CaU
| or address M. W_ 902 Montgomery ft., r. 2.
I LADY wishes sewing and mending to do at
home. 116 Sixth st.
! WINCHESTER House, 44 Third st., near Mar-
ket: 200 rooms; 25c to $1 50 night: $1 50 to $6
I week; convenient and respectable; free dus
I and baggag-? to and from ferry. '¦
! CLASSIFIED advertisements and subscriptions
1 received at Call branch office, 2200 Fillmore st.
A BRANCH office for Call advertisements and
subscriptions has been established at 10S6 Va-
EMPLOYMENT WANTED — MALE.
FIRST-CLASS coachman for private family:
sober, neat appearance, well posted In the
city; good driver and worker; many years
with name employer: best references. Ad-
dreM L. A., S63 Mission St., city.
AN honest German farm hand, steady worker,
wants Job In vineyard or as teamster or
milker; Sonoma or Santa Clara «ounty pre-
ferred; state wages. Box 1SS8, Call office.
RELIABLE, temperate, experienced man of 33
wants employment In store, office or cigar
stand; day work: wages no particular ob-
ject. Box 1SCS. Call office.
PAINTER and paper hanger, first-class me-
chanic, with complete set of tools, wants
work by the day; city or country. Box 1835.
WISHES steady work In this city, an honest
middle aged man; good references; wagea
from $15 up. Box Call office.
MAN who knows something of cooking would
like to learn to cook; wages no object. Box
1S01, Call office.
TRUSTWORTHY man wants work In respec-
table lodging-house: any Indoor work. Box
1S34, Call office.
BAKER, first-class foreman, wants a place as
such: bread and cakes. Address 225 Third
GOOD all-round cook —-ants job: city or coun-
try. Address P. M-. box 1S92. Call office.
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 1S5S. Call office.
EXPERIENCED young man, single, age 26, de-
site* position as assistant bookkeeper, clerk
or timekeeper; understands operating Smith
Premier tvpewrlter: best of references fur-
nished; no objection to country. Box 1862, Call,
A GOOD fireman wishes some work In the city.
Please call at 575A Natoma st.
A BRANCH office for Call advertisements and
subscriptions has been established at 1096 Va-
CLASSIFIED advertisements and subscription!
received at Call branch office. 2200 Fillmore st,
I NEW houses, one of 6 rooms and one of !
rooms; will exchange for lots or part ot
block; will assume mortgage: must be lc
Alameda. Owner. 1243 Park St., Alameda.
~~ EXl'ERT OPTICIANS.
GEORGE MAYERLE, German expert optician,
1071^i Market (near 7th) — Examinations free;
German eye water by mall, 50c; see City Di-
rectory. Phone Mint 257.
EYES examlred free: spectacles properly ad-
justcd. N. Manasse. «v-ul1»t optician. 910 Mkt.
FLAT- TO LET.
100 FLATS, cottage*, etc. A. M. SPECK &
CO.. 667 Market st.
793 Halsht. f. « r...$25 7ZS Bush. f. 4 r.*13 Si
72 Webster, f. 6 r.. 26.3354 20th, f. 5 r 1
678 Geary, t. 6 r...27 50:250'i Tehama. f. 5 r. V
6€3 Geary, f. 7 r.... 311 132 Scott, f. 6 r.... V
A 4-ROOM flat with large, yard, stables anc
sheds.' Z Hayward et.. near Eighth.
A— 8-ROOM flat; corner; tunny; 2 l>ay windows
¦11 modern improvem'ts: 1st floor. 417H Third
CALIFORNIA. 141O',4. near Hyde— Handsomi
lower flat 6 rooms; rent SIS.
COZY horn* 1 flat: G rooms; bath. 411B Lyoi
st. near Hayes; $1S.
FLAT, $13; also sunny 4-room cottage, $10; ke;
at 623 Swxind »t.. rear Mail Dock.
GROVE, 14— Few steps from City Hall; ele
gant sunny top flat, 6 rooins and bath.
HA1GHT. 459B— Flat of 4 sunny rooms; base
ment; wash tubs: yard; rent 815.
IF you want to move get printed list flats to le
from BALDWIN & HOWELL.10 Montgomery
LOVELY sunny 5-rooin flat: rent $20. 219«4 Eln
ave.. near Van Ness and Oolden Gate.
MODERN flat, 6 rooms and bath; 830>* BubI
ft.; rent cheap. Apply MADISON & BURKE
626 Market st.
NINETEENTH, 39S0. 1 block from Eighteenth
or Castro-st. car*— Lovely lower key-lot 6
room flat; sun all day; rent IIS; water free.
FLATS TO LET.
BUNNY upper flat; 8 rooms: bath; all sunny;
rent $25. Cor. Broadway and Larkln st.
S.W. COR., Just completed, upper flat ot 7
rooms; all sunny and up-to-date in. every
¦ particular. $35. 1617 Page st. '
$9— SUNNY flat 5 rooms; bath, water; range.
Jersey and Sanchez sts.
$10— FLAT of 5 rooms. E15 Thirteenth St.
$12—5 ROOMS and bath; In good repair. 171SA
Leavenworth st. .
$15— UPPER flat; 6 rooms; modern lmprove-
menta. IPOS Minna st.. near Eleventh.
FURNITURE KUIl SALE.
FURNITURE of 6 rooms cheap for cash. 1344
Alabama St.. between 25th and 26th.
4 ROOMS furnished In oak for $4S B0. with No.
7 range. King Furniture Co.. 1127-1131 Market.
SECOND-HAND furniture In exchange for
painting, whitening. paper-hanging. 3726
Twenty-third fit., near Dolores.
ALFRED WOLLPERT, 773 Mission at., pays
highest price for your second-hand furniture.
W. E. CODY (late with J. T. Terry & Co.) buys
furniture, carpets. 757 Mission: tel. Red S353.
HEjLP WANTED— FEMALE.
C. R. HANSEN & CO.... PHONE GRANT 1S5
J waitresses, country, $30, see party 10 a. m.
Monday; 2 waitresses. Fresno. $25, fare here;
5 other waitresses, country. $25; 8 waitresses,
commercial hotels. $20: 3 waitresses, springs.
$20; 6 waitresses, city hotels. $20; 2 restaurant
waitresses, city, $7: 3 lunch waitresses, $3 50,,
no Sunday work; 2 chambermaids, country,
$20; 3 chambermaids, city, $20: 2 chamber-
maids to wait, $20; woman cook. $30; extra
Housegirl, Grass Valley. $25 and fare paid:
housegirl, Humboldt County. $20. see party
here: 2 friends to go together to cook on
ranches near together, $25 each, fare paid,
eee party here, to go next Saturday: ranch
cook for men only, $30; French girl from old
country to go to Pescadero. $20; housegirl.
Gllroy, $25 and fare, and long list of orders,
city and country, too numerous to Itemize. C.
R. HANSEN & CO., 104 Geary st.
YOUNG girl to asslfc with light work
and care of 2 children for Alameda: good
home; $12; see party here. C. R. HANSEN
&. CO.. 104 Geary st.
WANTED— Chambermaid for country hotel;
$25 and free fare. W. D. EWER & CO., 610
WANTED— Young girl or widow to keep house;
Swedish or German preferred, and one who
Is not afraid of work. Box 1S90. Call office.
GIRL for housework and cooking, $16 a month;
2 In help. 1117 Van Ness ave.
YOUNG lady for candy counter: experienced
preferred. SCHAEFER. 22 Sixth St.
SECOND girl, one accustomed to children pre-
ferred. 1562 Post st.
A GOOD reliable nurse girl. Apply 2026 Bush
YOUNG girl to assist; 3 In family. 223 Four-
WANTED— Woman or girl to work In res-
taurant. Call 416 ThUft st.
GIRLS wanted to rivet overalls at LEVI
STRAUSS & CO.'S factory. Si'u Fremont st.;
no exeprlence necessary; good wages. Apply
to MR. DAVIS.
APPRENTICES and operators on overalls.
STANDARD SHIRT FACTORY, cor. Gough
and Grove sts.
EXPERIENCED typesetter | and copyholder;
state experience, salary and references. Ad-
dress C. H_ box 1S24. Call office.
GERMAN or Swedish girl for cooking and gen-
eral housework: family of 2. 2015 Broderick
et.. Mo iday, between 10 and 12 o'clock.
A WHOLESALE house desires a business
woman of good address for the road. Box
A 'YOUNG lady to engage In manicuring busi-
ness; good proposition to right party. Address
box 1883. Call office.
WANTED— Girls and young women for light
work In laundry. Apply Monday morning at
1519 Eddy st.
A MIDDLE-AGED woman to do housework;
widower and 3 children; wages $12. S07 Fil-
WANTED — Experienced neckwear makers and
apprentices. L. SAMTER & SON. SIS Marktft.
AN lroner wanted. Apply 251 Jessie st.
WANTED — A competent nurse for two eirls:
i waees $20. Address box 1877, Call office.
: WANTED— A plain cook for San Rafael; small
! ffmlly; wages $25. Apply box 1877. Call.
OPERATOR and buttonhole maker Immediate-
ly; wages from $10 to $12. 509 Kearny, r. 2.
WANTED— A German girl at 419 Jones st.
WANTED — A woman to work In lodging-house
for room and board. 121 Powell st.
GIRL for housework and cooking. Call 13
Howard St.; fee young lady.
NEAT German girl for general housework;
wages $20. C06 Castro St.
WANTED— Waitress. Hotel Repeller, 7S1 Sut-
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-
| lencla st.
| CLASSIFIED advertisements and subscriptions
received at Call branch office, 2200 Fillmore st.
UELP WANTED MALE.
MILK wagon driver. $50; washer and starcher.
$35; man about place, $30; Swiss gardener,
$30; 8 farmers, $16 and $30; sheepherders, $25;
Swiss milker. $30; 4 stablemen, $25, $30 and
$35 and found; woods and mill men of all
kinds at going wages; laborers lor railroad
work, free fare; blacksmiths, machinists,
cabinet-makers, ship carpenters; 8 laborers
for mine, $2^ day; 2 carmen for mine, $2 60
day; miners. $40 and board and $3 day; cooks,
waiters, dishwashers and many others. J.
C. CROSETT AGENCY, 62S Sacramento st.
WA-NTED— Waiter and wife, chambermaid,
country hotel, $55; fare paid.
waiter, country hotel, $30 and fare.
2 waiters, company's boarding-house. $25.
dining-room porter. $25.
dishwasher, wayside house, $15.
dishwasher for springs, open all the year, $25.
baker*! helper, country shop, $30.
man about place and wife, $10.
farmers, San Mateo, $26; Tulare, $26; Berke-
ley, $25; choreman, Madera, $.25.
farmer. $26: choreman. same place, $20; far*
four-horse teamster, city, $J0.
milkers, Oakland, $32 50: Santa. Claxa. »30;
Sonoma. $25; Sacramento, J30.
dairyman on large ranch; steady and easy
place; only 15 cows; $30.
blacksmith helper, large vineyard. $S5; also
helper on ranch. $30.
lroner, country, $30.
t ranch teamsters, $1 25 a day.
laborers for mine, outside work, steady. $2
a day. . 5-' v : : ;.
men to work on flume. $40 and board.
railroad laborers, free fare; woodchoppers,
W. D. EWER & CO., 610 Clay st.
TWO strong able men to haul grain In coun-
try- two dollars per day. AV. D. EWER.&
CO.. 610 Clay st.
JOURNEYMEN Barbers' Union meets to-night
at 102 O'Farrell st. Journeymen who wish
Fhorter hours axe Invited to Join. I. LESS,
LUNCH waiter wanted. -17 Washington st.
WANTED— Man bandy with carpenter tools.
Corner- Arkansaa and Solano ats.. Potrero.
WANTED— Painter; call early. 785 Folsom st.
1RONER. Troy machine. 353 Tehama St.. be-
tween Fourth and Fifth. - : - ¦ .
A~LUNCH cook wanted. SE. oorner Main and
DISHWASHER wanted. 628 Fourth at.
WANTED— Experienced milk wagon driver.
140S4 Devisadero st.
GOOD strong boy wanted to wash dishes at
GOOCH'S OYSTER GROTTO. 113 Ellis st.
KITCHEN help. Apply 413 Third. Bt.
WANTED— A Rood experienced waiter at 107
Berry st. foot of Third st.
WANTEPr-Nlght cook. 225 Grant ave.
UPHOLSTERER wanted. 943 Mission. Furnl-
ture store. - ' '
GET your shoes half-soled while waiting. 25c to
60c. (63 Mission et.. bet. 1st and 2d sts.
H_!LP i WANTED — MALE.
A— MURRAY & READY.. PHONE MAIN BS48
Leading Employment and Labor Agents.
WANT MONDAY, 7 A. M
WE SHIP FREE
7263 men for all parts of California, Utah,
Washington, Arizona. Hawaiian Islands, Ore-
gon, Nevada and British Columbia
FREE FARE AND OFFICE FEE ONLY 11
and no other expenses to Los Angeles and
Santa Barbara districts, we ship you to-day.
9 a. m. and 5:30 p. m. for S. P. R- R- labor-
ers and teamsters $2 and $2 25 a day
COME ONE-COME ALL
Salt Lake City (Utah) division free
Wadsworth (Nev.) division free
Pacramento (Cal.) division free
Western, Fresno, Madera, Bakersfleld di-
Coast divisions of California free
Truckee division of California, also Duns-
laborers, teamsters, etc., regular wages j>ald.
office fee Jl free fare
FREE FARE CALL EARLY
36 drillers and hammersmen S"»
150 laborers, inside work, free fare S6O
25 hard-rock miners *"»
MURRAY & READY. 634-636 Clay st.
A— MECHANICAL HELP'
32 blacksmiths, horseshoers, wagon makers,
carriage makers, wood workers and black-
smiths' helpers. $3, 12 50, $2 day, $55. J50, $50,
$45, $10, $30 and found; come see
5 coopers o brick molders
6 cabinet makers spool tender
engineer, also a fireman
coremaker and 53 other mechanics, wages
run from $4. $3 CO. $3. $2 50. $2 day and found.
- MURRAY & READY. 634-636 Clay St.
A—^TABLES. FACTORIES. FRUIT PICKERS
43 stablemen, buggy washers, hostlers, har-
ness cleaners, etc.. city and country. $50. $40.
$35. $30 and $25 and found: coachmen and
gardeners; 12 laborers for factories, city......
$1 75 day
126 men to pick fruit $26 and found
386 laborers, teamsters for all parts of Cali-
fornia. $2 50. $2 25, $2. $1 75 day; many for
city positions and board home
6 FARMERS AND WIVES
MURRAY & READY. 634-636 Clay Bt
A— FARMS, ORCHARDS. DAIRIES. HAY
....PRESSES. VINEYARD?. HAY AND
S26 farm hands $35. $30. $26 and found
125 haying hands. ...$1 25 to $1 50 day and fd
36 harvest hands $1 50 to J2 day and found
56 dairy hand? milkers, butter and cheese
makers. $40. $35. $30 and found: come s<?e....
06 chore men ar.d boys. $30. $26. $23, $20. $15
and found ¦ • • • ¦ - •
5 sheep herders, fare $1 50... $25 and found
superintendent for large orchard and vineyard
MURRAY & READY. 634-636 Clay et.
A-TO MINES GOLD MINES J"*.*??
MINES SILVER MINES MINES
MINES OTHER MINES MINES;
53 miners, single hand, different Jobs $••>
6 machine miners, gold mine $•*»
32 miners, single hand, excellent Job .
7. J60 and found
52 laborers for a large mine. $40 to $S0 per
month. Including hoard and lodgings; if you
give satisfaction will be advanced as laborers
Ht $60 per month with board and lodgings:
special, good, steady jobs: remember, all the
above laborers for all mines need "no experl-
1S5 labo'rers.'dlffere'n't 'mine's, $50. $48. $42. $10.
$35 and found, fares from $1 50. COME. SEE...
CROWDS MURRAY & READY.
GOING DAILY 634 and 636 Clay st.
A— COME DOWN and get our list, containing
723C different Jobs. MURRAY & READY.
A— BAKERS.. BUTCHERS. .LAUNDRY HELP
IS bakers, first, second and third hands, $53,
$50, $45, $40, $35 and found, for all parts of
California; first hand, $50; second hand, $40
and found, same country Job, boss here and
3 boys or young men to work In bakeries, $20,
$15 and found, bosses will teach you trade; 9
butchers, shops, wagons, slaughter houses,
etc.. $40. $35, $30 and found, COME. SEE
15 laundry men. washers, markers starchers.
polishers, ironers. etc., $35, $40. $30 and found.
MURRAY & READY, 634 and 636 Clay st.
A— HOTEL.. ..CANDY. ...and OTHER DEPTS
63 cooks, also 5 third, 5 second hands, broil-
ers, etc.. $65. $60. *55. $50, $43. $40, $35, $30, 423
and found; 32 waiters, COME, SEE. $35. S30,
$25 and found; 5 waiters for mines and camps.
JSO and found, YOU'LL SUIT
39 dishwashers, city and country
$30. $23. $20 and found
5 cooks and wives, hotels and camps «...
$50. $50 and found
9 porters and bell and elevator boys
bookkeeper, stenographer and typewriter, saw-
man to help in bakery of a mine $30 and fd
lunch counter man $33 and found
candy-maker, etc. All the above Jobs are for
hotels, mines, restaurants, camps, cafes,
ranches, sawmills, shops, factories, hay
presses, resorts. Institutions, etc. MURRAY
6 READY. 634 and 636 Clay st.
A— 40 CARPENTERS 40 CARPENTERS
WITH OR WITHOUT TOOLS. TO BUILD A
LARGE FLUME, ANY LABORER CAN DO
THE WORK, USING HATCHET AND
HAMMER, and company will furnish tools.
COME and SEE. MURRAY & READY, 634
and 636 Clay at.
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 per
month and found
Also lumber pliers. bark peelers. $40 and
found: crosscut sawyers, Jackscrewers, band
sawyers, screw turners, gang ed&ermen, in
fact, we want help of every description for
sawmills, woods, etc.. $S0. $75. $90. $120. $60.
$50. $40, $30 and found: 5S4 woodchoppers, tie-
makers, tools and food found, some at mines,
S3, J2 50. $2, $1 50. $1 and 75c cord; shingle
1 Joiner, shingle packer; 25 laborers for a saw-
mill, fare paid, $40 and found
20 laborers for a sawmill $40 Rnd found
MURRAY & READY. 634 and 636 Clay St.
AT C. R. HANSEN & CO.'S 104 Geary it
200 teamsters, new railroad. State of Nevada..
$2 a day
Ship Daily F«e $1 Free Fare
200 laborers, S. P. Company's own work
$2 a day
Ship Dally Fee $1 ...Free Fare
200 laborers and teamsters, Coast Road
$2 a day
Ship Dally Fee $1 Free Fare ;
60 laborers R. R., Shasta Co 18e an hour
Ship Dally Fee $1 Free Fare
60 laborers. Salt Lake Dlv $1 75 a day
Ship Dally Fee $1 Free Fare
25 woodsmen, $35 to $45 and board, eee boss
here; 6 tunnel men. K 2S a day; 10 farmers. |
$125 day and board; 6 miners and machine
men, $2 50 and $3 a day; 6 blacksmiths and
horseshoers, $2 25, $2 60 and $3 a day; butter-
maker. $50; 6 choremen. different resorts, $20
Cook and wife, waitress, country hotel. $70.
fare advanced; cook, country hotel.. $50; 3
broilers and fryers, city, $45, $50 and $60; 4
bakers, country shops, $45, $50 and $60; 6 dlph-
— 'ashers, different country hotels, J25 and $30;
4 porters, different country hotels, $10; 10 dish-
washers, citv $20. $25 and $30; 6 bell and ele-
vator boys, $10, $15 $20.
E colored waiters, country hotel, $25: 10 wait-
er?, different country hotels. $30 and $25: 6 res-
taurant waiters. $30, $35, $40.
C. R. HANSEN & CO... V 104 Geary st.
BARBERS' Progressive Union— Free employ-
ment. H. Bernard, Sec, 104 7th; tel. Jessie 132.
THE Howard Lodglns-house, 549 Howard Ft.,
bet. First and Second; San Francisco— Thij
house has changed hands; has been thorough-
ly renovated and Is the cheapest, cleanest
and quietest house In the city; all the rooms
are hard finished close to top and are all out-
Blde rooms; large sunny reading-room; special
attention to mornlns calls; single rooms, per
night. 10c to DOc; per weeli, 60c to $!. J. B1T-
"WANTED — Men to learn barber trade; 6 to 8
weeks' constant practice; wages while learn-
ing; transportation paid; the only barber col-
lege In Southern Call. CHARLES GORDON.
Instructor, champion barber of the Pacific
Const. 417 N. Main Ft.. Los Angeles.
WANTED— Willing and bright boy, 14—16 yean
old: must live with parents. Apply at store,
335 Bush St.. 9—10 a. m.
THREE laborers, pick and shovel. Fourteenth
ave. and X st. South. Take Kentucky-st.
DISHWASHER wanted. 60 East st.
WANTED— Boy to wash dishes; llarht • work:
call early. Fashion Rest. 12S O'Farrell st.
WANTED— A night cook at 207 ! Thlrd «t.
— t'ANTED — An experienced elevator boy. Bay
State. Restaurant. 29 Stockton st.
YOUNG man for porter or pantryman; res-
taurant. 206 McAllister st.
FOUR barbers for country: first-class — -a«es;
car fare paid. Apply H. BERNARD, 104 7th.
STRONG boy as dishwasher and to make him-
self generally useful. 135. Powell st.
WANTED— Good barber: steady job. SAM
WITT, 2313 Santa Clara ave, Alameda.
TAILOR wanted at 220 McAllister. Call be-
fore 8 a. m.
2 CARRIAGE painters wanted. Apply 426
MAN of good address for responsible position.
Room 61, forenoon. 530 California st. «'«S£S
TO LET — Furnished barber shop: 2 chairs; long
established. Apply 33S9 Twenty-fourth st.
WANTED— Shoemaker to buy a good paying
repairing shop. 1155 Howard Bt.
WANTED — 2 and 4 horse teamsters: apply
early Monday at 527 14th st., near Guerrero.
San Francisco Construction Company.
MEN and women to learn barber trade; small
wages while learning; catalogue mailed free.
S. F. Barber College. 741A Howard st.
PENSIONS— GEO. D. CAMPBELL, lawyer: 16
years' practice; Examiner bids.
WANTED- Master electrician. An examina-
tion of applicants will be held at the Navy
Yard, Mare Island. Cal.. July 6, 13W. for
Master Electrician at $5 04 per diem. The ex-
amination will be open to all comers who can
eive evidence of experience In comluc^SK me.
kind of work for which they seek employment
and who are citizens of the United States.
Applications will be addressed to the Com-
mandant, Navy Yard. Mare Island. Cal.. and
must be delivered to him on or before Thurs-
day July 5. No application received arter
that date will be considered. Each applicant
will state In his application his name, age.
residence. citizenship, present occupation
(stating shop and position therein) and pre-
vious employment or work done. The appli-
cation must be accompanied by evidence of
citizenship and by certificates, preferably
from previous employers, as to character. I
habits of industry and sobriety and skill ana ,
experience In conducting work of the kind ,
required. ' JOHN D. LONG, Secretary of the ,
ELDERLY man or boy to work on duck ranch: }
email wages; good home. Cor. Arkansas and ;
Eighteenth sts.. Potrero. I
WANTED— Laborers and mechanics to know-
that Ed Rolkin. Reno House proprietor, still
runs Denver House. ?17 -Third st. ; 150 large
rooms; S5c per night: tl to *2 p»r week.
ALL sizes men's shoes, slightly damajf^-i. half
price. S62 Mission St.. bet. l3t and 2d sts. J
SAILORS, ordinary seamen and screen hand*: '
all parts of world. HERMAN'S. 26 Steuart. ,
WINCHESTER House, 44 Third St.. near Slar- j
ket: 700 rooms. 25c night: reading room; free j
•bus and baggage to and from the feriy. |
LINDELL House, corner Sixth and Howard— j
Rooms 13c to 2ic per night: :.'*.• to $2 p*r week.
CLASSIFIED advertisements and subscriptions
received at Call branch office. 2200 FiMmore at.
A BRANCH office for Call advertisements and !
subscriptions has been established at 10% \ a-
lencla st. _____—_—___—_—————»
HOKSES. LIVE STOCK. Etc — For Sale
A CARLOAD of well-broke draft and driving
horses Just arrived, welghlns from 100O to
1600 pounds; the horses can be seen now at
the Stanford Stables. 308-310 Golden Gate ave.
43 HORSES for sale; also wagons, buggies,
carts, harness. Grand Arcade Horse Market,
S27 Sixth St.; auction sales every Wednesday.
SULLIVAN & DOYLE, Auctioneers^ |
LOT of cheap horses for campers, peddlers or
business at CANTY" S. 2170 Market st. ; Castro-
ft. cars pass the door.
HORSES— Young, well broken, for all purposes,
cheap; best In city. 721 Howard st.. nr. Third.
FOR sale— 2 extra fine carriage teams. r»AL-
ZIEL. Vet. Pcntlnt. 605 Oolden Gate ave.
HOUSES TO LET.
A— PRINTED list: houses to let; send for clr- I
cular. G. II. UMBSKN & CO.. 14 Montgomery. |
HOUSE. 633 Locust ave.. bet. McAllister Bt. ¦
and Golden Gate ave.; 4 rooms; rent SI?.
$14— A SUNNY home: water free; garden. 611 ,
Dolores'st.. near Twentieth. |
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LOST AND FOOD.
LOST — Saturday evening. June 30. on Hyde »t.
car, leather suit case containing clothing.
Return to 2293A Sacramento st. : reward.
LOST— On steamer Ukiah. 7:13 a. m. trip from
San Rafael. Wednesday. June 27. ladles'
pocketbook, containing in>;ney and ticket. Re-
ward If returned to 51 Appraiser's building, j
D~R. O. ~\v7 O^DONNELL, the world-renowned
ladles' specialist: safe and reliable; has prac-
ticed in S. F. for years: treated thousands of
cases successfully; treatment can be used at
home; consultation free. After all others fall
call on him. 1023V4 Market st. i
DRS. GOODWIN, well-known ladies' specialist, j
has returned from Europe; »— fe and reliable; i
cure Jj; have treated thousands of cas*>3 with
euccess: 15 years' practice in a. F. ; maternity :
home; low fees. ltJ07fr Market St.. near 6th.
MRS. DR. WYETH, reliable specialist; 23 yrs.'
practice: home In confinement: treatment at
office $5; any ailment: consultation free; con-
fidential. 942 Post St., bet. Hyde and Larkln.
MRS. M. ALLEN, 1935 Market— LaSies' spe-
cialist; home in confinement; safe and reli-
able; consultation free; hours 10 to 8.
MRS DR. Gl'YER, 446 Eddy st.. well known
and' reliable: ladies' specialist; consult free:
home In confinement; hours a to 5 and 7 to 8.
DR. and MRS. DAVIES. 1223 Market: ladies'
physician; chronic diseases treated; late scl-
ent I^oinethoda^t^e^t— lentjjto^ <
DR NG TOY KEE, late of Canton. China; dis-
eases of all kinds cured; herbs and teas; sanl-
tarlum.704 Sacramento.cor.Kj*rny:advtce free.
Dr. James Pferce. 265 O'Farrell. rooms S and 3—
Female specialist; home or office treatment ii.
NICE reliable home for confinement: reason-
able. 2012 Folsom st. MRS. DR. PFEIFFER.
DR "WISE (YS) the ladies" specialist. 1113
Market St.; every case guaranteed; *5 up.
DR. WONG HIM. herb doctor, treats all dls-
eases of the human body. 115 Mason St.
MISCELLA.NEOUS — FOli SALE.
BOILERS, engines. 2d-hand machinery. Mc-
INTOSH & WOLPMAN. 195-13* 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.
FOR sale at about half its regular price; lot
: of new silverware: Rodcers Bros.' best goods:
r-ounce plate: 8 sets of table spoons, several
dozen each of forks, teaspoons and knives;
soup ladle, carving eet. sugar tongs and bowl,
butter, creamer card receiver, syrup pitcher,
tray also lot of fine china ware; ether things.
MRS. SELL. 771 5th et.. cor. Mrkt.. Oakland.
A YAWL-RIGGED boat for sale very cheap.
Apply Sunday SOS Channing way. West Berke-
A— BUYS, sells or rents gear machinery, en-
gines boiler? « water pipe, shafting, pulleys,
etc. WHITELAW. 21S Sr>ear
FOR sale— Oak roll top and flat top desks,
leather upholstered chairs, carpets, letter files.
etc; new and good quality. Ad. box I860. Call.
YOUXO tame black bear cub. just arrived from
Oregon; cheap. Apply at schooner Coqullle,
at hay wharf, foot of Third et.
INCUBATOR: very nice: ever so cheap. £43
A— S3 60 DERBY and Fedora hats. $1 75. Pop-
ular Price Hatters. 330 Kearny St.. near Pine.
FULL line cameras and photo supplies; selling
cheap. W. A. HARTTER. 513 Examiner bidg.
FOR sale— Schooner about twelve tona; 4 years
old; cheap. J. HIATT. 7S3 Mission st.
BEAUTIFUL diamond sunburst for sale. Ad-
dregs box 1S2S. Call office.
(HP gasoline marine encine complete; almost
new;.cheap. H. S. WHITE. 516-51S-520 Mission.
LADY'S hat trunk for traveling:. $12 50. Port-
land Loan Office. 25 Stockton st.
EDISON concert phonograph — Reduced price.
$75; concert records, SI 50. Baclgalupi. 933 Mkt.
PORTABLE enginea. boilers; Iron and wood
planers: lathes; 2d-hand. J. Burke. 133 Beale.
SECOND-HAND fireproof safe: 1 Hre and burg-
i lar proof safe; cheap. C Main st.
I A FINE suit. 510: dre«s pants. $: 73. MISFIT
CLOTHING PARLORS. 437 Montgomery at
WE rent full-dress and Tuxedo suits for J2 30.
PORTLAND LOAN OFFICE. 23 Stockton St.
MAGIC lanterns, new and second-hand: moving
pictures. BULLARD & BRECK. 131 Post st.
A NEW Standard Typewriter; latest model:
cheap. Typewriter Exchange. 409 California.
A 10-TON Fairbanks. scale and fire and burg-
lar proof safe 116 California st.
SAFES! New and second-hand. THE HER-
MANN SAFE CO.. 417-413 Sacramento st.
SAFES— New and i"»cond-hand, all sizes. THR
WALTZ SAFE. 103-111 Market 8t. San Fran.
ONE 4-slded sticker: 1 planer and matcher: 1
air re— iprefsor: S loco— <otlve». 220 Fremont.
IF you wl»h full value for your cast-off clothing;
call on B. COHEN. 157 Third; tel. Black 4123.
WATER Pipe. 3. 4. 6 Inches; in quantities to
suit. THOMPSON. 40 Main st.
JIOXEV TO LOAN.
ANT amount at 6 per cent; 1st. Jd and 3d moru
gages, undivided Interest, real estate in pro-
bate; mortgages and legacies bought: no d*-
lay; get my terms before doing business else-
where. R. McCOLGAN. 24 Montgomery, r. 3.
ANY preposition, any amount; C per cent; first.
second mortgages, estates In probate. Interest
,in estates, legacies, corporation loans. chat'.U
, mortgages; life Insurance. Room 16. tirst
floor. Chronicle big.. HALLORAN & OLSEN.
HIGHLY respectable private place to obtain
liberal advances on diamonds, jewelry at low-
est rates. Baldwin Jewelry Store. S4S Market
»t.; teL Main 1M4. Branch 19 Third at.
ON real estate. 1st or 2nd mortgages, and on
furniture or pianos; no removal; any amount*
lowest rates. BECKER & CO.. 2S Montgomery.
LOANS made on furniture at lVi ptr cent; also
loans to salaried people. HARdHBARGKli
322 Ellis St.. room 34.
MOST reliable place to borrow on diamonds,
watches, jewelry. W. J. HESTHAL. 10 Sixth;
highest price for old gold, silver, diamonds.
MONEY loaned salaried people without security
HILL. rm. U, Merchants' Exchance, 431 Calif]
BONK LLI. Consenatory bltig____ . t
AFlS'l^rnTToom [S «Wt_t^I«_W;
and pla«^ withouTr«nov»I|W«l^te
service; money .llrect; lowMt er^ rket gt .
S3 ami 63. Donrhoe building. n.x__; _
amt «««« s^5^r_S?TStS:?-S-ffi-»2
financial probjems; M mortgages_e ; _^__
F |_3: U- vm, to? .t'le yo.,'11 get the bargaiu.
MALTVAKS MKj^C_CO__763_ Market at.
i CAMPERS should take alons some of our ¦ On*
| Vflkcne strings for Banjo: they -excel totWg
strength and quality ; SOe per set. MA.UYM9
MUSIC CO .. T£J Market St. _______
WE -^ell OlympiaTMusic I5oxes. and all oth-f
k!ml 3 of musical instruments. on, tas^"™'_%V
come and see. even If you haven t much -™g£'
to jay down. MACVAIS MUSIC CO., .63 Mar-
Is we represent the best nsak. of piano, in
every grade from Steinway down to low-
P rlJed makes, and as our
ments are easier than those of otfer««»
we are the people from whom you *n° u ;;
purchase: new upright P»» nM -,^ c "^*!_;£*
fcr. C Kea^y and^ Putter -ts.. San FmncLco;
cor. Thirteenth and Broadway, Oakland.
PIANOS at cost: owing to the dull season now
. uDon u«, we are accumulating a large stock oC
r?nt" I Piancs: these, together with »"«"»»«
of samples sent us from factory, will ba
nil gt. '
ABSOLUTELY the oldest and largest ho«M
west of Chicago la KOHLEP. & CHASuj. S.
Ifi. 2S and 30 O'Farrell »t.: pianos organs anrt
all other musical instrument* of all grades
and prices: terras easy; prices lowest; f_ er y*
thing possible dene to pleaae and satisfy t_a
I IF vou want a piano of standard mak» cheap,
! nnct-g from JTi up. take advantage of ouj
i closing out sale. SPENCERS. lll3 Market «t.
i A BEAUTIFtTL upright piano, nice toaa. m«-
j dlum size. flOO. Room 21, Flood building.
MUST sell for cash at a low fljrure: a fla* t~
pelal upright. 1614 Golden Gata ave.
BARGAIN— Good piano cheap: Inatallmant I-
F er mcr.th. SCHMITA 16 SIcAlIlster »t.
BARGAINS— A few pianos will be »old thi«
week for storage: offers wanted (cash or ln-
gtallmer.ta). Wilson's gtorage Co.. 1710 Mrlt..
SELLING out regardless of cost— Entire stock
of pianos: store to let; fixtures for «a*a.
I JAMES KEEFFE. 1013 Van Ness a~e.
SOHMER & CO.. Bjtoti ManiT, Gabler. Haxnri-
toii pianos. 20$ Tost St.. opp- Vnlon sq-oare.
OX furniture, piano?: 3 per cent per month; no
commission. Mrs. Wilson, rm. VI. « Edd7 »t.
"W G BADGER 412 Sacramento St.. aicent for
j Francia Bacon and Ha'.let & Davis pianos.
SUPERIOR violins, zithers, old and new. EL
j MULLER. maker, repairer. 2 Latham plac?.
ONE Steinway. 1 Ch!ck»r!mr, J130: lnstailmenta
J5 to $10: rent %2 up: HEINE'S. 1S6 Ellis »t.
REDUCTION' sale: new pianos. $5 payments;
fnr rent. S2 up. RRUENN. 2"< Po"t a?.
j OFFICES AXD STORE*— TO LET.
I FREE samples of Developer. Backus Studio, tl
Oer.ry st. Etchln? Matte and Platinum p**?""
MME. Ne»rgaard. Pres. St. Germain College of
1 Palml«try: rea-1« 1 to 8. 61S Pe^ry. nr. Jon-«.
I0O TO SOO acres green pasture. clov»r and wild
grasses mixed, for horses or cattle. For
terrr. apply A. B. FTT.T.F.R. A^t'.o^h. Cal
riIYSICJA.\S A->D SUUGEOXS.
i DR. C. GO* DONNELL— Office and restdeac*.
1O*1H Market «t.. bet. Sixth and £»vent_.
| YOUXO surgeon tr> make professional tour thro*
Mexico: splendid opportunity. Bex 1SS3. Call.
I AN elegant suit for »10 75 from Imported or io-
j mestic remnants. L. LEMOS. 1H7 Market Bt.
j between Seventh and Eighth.
I MADAM ADA. wonderfully gifted healar.
I 34 Kearny st.. rooms 10 — 11.
I LEDERER, the popular hair dresser, glv«»
you the very latest hair styles for only JSa
WILL pay cash for old sealskins. Box •C13.
j Call ofHce.
I Jl E* MISSES* kid shoes for 50c a pair at THB
| BEE HIVE SHOE CO.. 717 M.irk«t. nr. Third.
'• LEDERER s»lls the very best switches at lha
' very sjr.allest price, from tl up.
\ LEDERER'S Qulntonlca keeps the hair !n fin*
condition, &c b">t.; Lerterer's F.^arno S_asi-
poo can't be beat. 5c eke. 13 Stockton tt.
SUITS to order on easy payments. Art Tailor-
ing Co.. Examiner building, room 4C7.
MIPS SHELDON, chiropodist and card reader.
?;.O Market «.. lecond floor, room 37.
ELECTRIC lights In every room — Wlncheste-*
Hotel. 44 Third »t.. near Market: 7GO rooc is;
25c to JJ1 50 per night; II 50 to 16 per week;
free 'bus and hasgage to and from the ferry.
AIILtflORN House.- 313 to 323 Grant ave.— Lead-
Ing German-American hotel of San Francisco ;
Jl per day and up: finest meals in city. 25c.
LADIES' and gents' cast-off clothing boug-t and
sold. Sil-erman, 9S4 Folsom. tel. Folsom 1131.
ALFREDUMS Egyptian Henna restores gray
hair to its natural color, tl: at all drug— 1st*.
CAST-OFF clsthins. old Kold and silver bougv t ~ ;
send postal. COLEMAN'S. 50« Kearny st.
G. D. MORSE, photographer. 2604 Pacific ave,.
j b«t— een Pierce and Scott: phone Stelner SSSV.
FREE samples of Developer. Backus Studio. U
Geary st. Etching Matte and Plaxlnum Pap«r.
WE loan kodaks free; photo supplies. Backus
etndlo. 11 G»arr *t.. rrcund and tnp floors.
R_AL liSTATB— CITY— FOH SAtB.
ficco— BARGAIN and sacrifice; I Cats; first-
class improvements; renu $31: p&yi 8 per ctat
net; _lxS7:6. Apply R. McCOLOAN. 21 Moat-
pomery St., room 3.
$25.CO0 — THE cheapest buy In town; -will mor*
than double the value Inside of 19 years; tj
close an estate will be sacrificed now; an »;*-
pact Market-st. property, east of Valencia,
3!>xi:4 to rear street. Apply R. McCOLQA-N.
j 14 Montgomery St.. room 2.
I JS7;&— THE best bargain in the city: cost $U,C0O-
I 4 flats. 2 stores: rents $35. SE. Stockton ar.i'
Greenwich. Apply R. McCOLQAN. I* Mont-
gomery at., room 1
J03«G— MODERN 9-room hoisse In choice locatica
rn Waller St.. near Pierce. 1 block from
Hn!Rht-st. enrs; finished witJi marble ttepa.
frescoed ceilings. 3 wood — lantela. hard-tin-
lshed basement, etc.; terms one-fourth cash.
balance- 150 monthly. F. NELSON, builder.
VERY cheap—Fush it., east cf LarSUri; nlci»
larsce residence, or could b*» turned Ir.ta flat*;
very sunny: 2fxl37:6. Apply on premises. __i
FOR SALE— Cottase 5 nrcn-.s; high baseiner.:;
«=unny front: patent closet; cliy water* bir-
ca:r. 63 Serpentine p!ac<?.
¦ FOK sale — Northeast corner 'W.iHer and Shrarter
• Rts.: lmprovevl four rtores ami two flats* b-in -s
10 prr cent en Investment. Owner. 621 Shrader.
• MODEHN houses and fiats built at lowest
prices: plans and estimate* furnished for _u
: bending work. CAMPBELL. 1147 M.aalon it.
MODERN cottage of 5 roorr in and bata «•#
owner at HI Twenty-seventh «t.
, HOUSE and lot; cheap; Income $^> call — ?
REAL ESTATE — CO_.VTUyZ_Ko- Snl«
: 42 ACRES in Kapa Valley. ~m^l^ n hou«-~
1 barn. -ater. vines, olives, frutt tree-., etc • i
¦ rr.ne* from S«. Helena: $23no. Adrtrfss nr pa'
evenings at It7 San Carlos st.. S F *
i BAHCAIN; 117 acres eoodlln'dT "port ion ro »i-
. jusar beets: fronts on main cGunVy • ro-iS. aU
: Jolntnjr town of Pleasanton. Alameda Ox •
must be sold; bank price J47 &> r£r «.~:
; m>|rht w '^'v'J-»- H. ft_ CRANE. V* CalTt.*
; C^OO-FIVE acres In Santa ClaraTaTl orchaTv
. house, wel!. etc. SPARROW. 9 Peary? TO 15
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