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THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL., WEDNESDAY, ¦¦¦NOVEMBER 7, lyoo.
SAX FRAXCISCO CALL.
BUSINESS OFFICE of The Baa Francisco
Ca'.l, comer of Market ar.d Third streets, open
ur.til 12 o'clock every r^ght in the year.
BRANCH OFFICES— 627 Montgomery etreet,
crner Clay; tt>en until 9:30 p. m.
BOI Hsyes ure^t; open until 8:30 p. m.
CCS McAllister street; open until 8:30 p. ra.
CIS Larkin etreet: open until 9:30 p. m.
"'41 Mission street; open until 10 p. m.
2201 Market etreet. corner Sixteenth; open
t:-*ii 9 p. m.
! r C Eleventh etreet; cpen unttl 9 p. n».
V<% Valencia street; c;icn until S f. ra. ,
Northwest corner Twenty-second and Ken- |
tucky streets: or*»n until 9 p. m. j
?.SKETI\CS NOTICES. i
CALIFORNIA Council No. 2. R. and S. •
il -a-lll mefl THIS (WEPXESDAltJI,
I:\EN1NG. Nov. T. at S o'clock. (cr"fcj
hosiiWM and det'W! 5 . Vy order of the *^W »
T. I. M. FRANKLIN H. DAT. Recorder. !
MOUNT MORI AH L*-xlse No. 44. F. and ¦ !
jk M.— Stated meeting THIS J* |
: ESDAYJ EVENING. 81 7:30 C - ...ck. :
THEO. FROHLICH, Sec /V* j
CI:OCKETT Lodce No. 139. F. end A. m
M —Stated meotine' and oogr-ee 3. at .
i> m. sharr.. By order of the W. M. X/T.
H. FORTRIEDE. Sec. ***
EXCTLSIOK Lo3s» N(. ICC. F. and A. • j
M -Stated meeting THIS <WEDNES-^% |
• Wi EVENING. Nov. T. at "
o'elock! THEO. E. SMITH. Sec. 'Tr > j
ilORPE Lodge No. *U>T. I. O. O. F.— j^S^fcfeg,
;:-.;,;: n WEDNESDAY EVEN- -=3ig2SR£=
ING. Nov. *. A tefl attendance
requested. Visitors cordially in-
vlted. THOS. W. FISHER. N. O.
C. BRIN'D. Bee Sec
FRANCO- AMERICAN Lodge No. jgW&g*.
2tS I O. O. F.— Olfleers ar.d mem-
m r^. S "o l n y Tl^lDAT I
EVEN-ING at S |
A. LEON AURADOU. Sec. j
DXVXSXOX No. 2. A. O. H— The regu- WTJ
lar monthly meeting or this division V£\M
tv ill be held at Hibemia Hall. 120 ¦*?*,
Ninth ft., en THURSDAY. November PQ^cS
S. at 7:20 p. m.^^. p^,^
T. L. CLANCY. Secretary. '
TliE regular monthly meeting cf g^
the Servian-Montenegrin L and tVfZ}
\\ Society will be held at -J\rffT .
Kr.iRhts of I'} thia* Hall. K>3 jp^lf*V?«5
Market *t.. this (Wednes- tSTjwia j
DAY) KVKNING. Nov. 7. KM. Ktfj^C 1
All RVir.bf.s are requested to be \;CfiiX^ji |
: rr«»nt. By order of \:V> £,!$?; ->j/ j
ML X. TASOVAZ. President. "^i^ii^
SrUiO S. VrCOSAVLIEVICH.
ANNL'AL meeting— The regular er.nucl meeting
of the stockholders of the Honolulu Planta-
tion Con-.piJiy will be held at the office of
the ccrr.i>ary. No. 227 Market street. Sun
Frar.cisco, California, on MONDAY, the lf:th
day of November. 1S50. at the hour of 11 j
o'clock a. m.. for the purpose of electing a ;
1. «rd of directors to pnf for the ensuing '
year, ar.d the transaction of such other bus!-
nets as may come before the meeting. Tranfc-
ter b'>cks •will close en Thursday, November
£ VX'C. a.! S o'clock p. m. |
E. tt. SHELDON. Secretary.
ANNUAL nMttaj- The regular annual meet}a< j
cf the stockholders of the Honolulu Sugar i
Company will be held at the office of the com- t
j-ary, No 2^7 Market Ftre<»t. Sun ITr&nelseo. ;
Culifcraia. en MONDAY, the ISth day cf No- |
verr.bT, 1900, at the hour of 11 o'clock a. m., 1
for the purpose cf electing a board of /Jiree- '
tirs to serve for the ensuing rear, and the ;
transaction of ruch other business as may '
come before th» meeting. Transfer books ;
vvil! close on Thursday, November 8, 1900. at
I o'clock p. m. I
E. H. SHELDON*. Secretary.
AGETVTS WASTED. |
LOCAL tgeBtf. tvar.ted In each Pacific Coast
county: big money for l!v« men. Address •
WESTEKN FYRICIDE CO.. 29 Main St.
FHCCRE agency Xmas novelty; sample *»;. I
HaFt Import Aprr.ts' Pupply Co., 1115 Market. !
ASPHAI.TI.M ROOFING. j
JL I'1?LTIEr! B«phaJt roofing, sidewalk!; cellar !
Boon laifi. repaired: postal. U8I Mission Bt. I
rr.OF. TEARFALL. 1C27"4 Market st. ; readings, ;
'uture event*; questions; horoscopes; Jl up. i
1>B. C TOUSEY TAYLOR. Scientific Astrolo- ¦
jrer — Fr"e copy "The Xpw Moon." 763 Market, j
»*— '^™ "*™ — — *^^^~— ~ «* 1
ATTOH\EYS AT LAW. \
R. V.'. KING, attorney »t law. 927 Market st.. j
room €J7 — Estates, damages. attachments. '
I'ar.kruptcy. collections; all cases; fair fees; i
no advance charges; money loaned on estates. ]
ADVICE free; ilvorce law a specialty; private; I
no fee without success; collections. G. W. j
HOWE, atty at !aw. SSO Market, cor. Stockton.
J. EDW. JAURETT. Hearst bldg.. li^rd and
Market Fts. ; phone Red IZC1.
FliTllZ Rdvice; divorce laws, damages, estates,
collections. J. A. Mitchell. 814 Montgomery.
ADVICE tree; no charge unless, successful. W.
W. Davidson. iT! Market tt.. opp. Mason.
J.. P. CI.AP.K. Emma Spreckcls bldg.. 927 Mar- 1
ket f=t. : rnn«'.iHat!on free: no fees In advance.
ytOBINSON, Niagara, Perfection and others.
W. 5=. BROWN CO.. aeency. 416 Elll* St.. S.F.
BOARDING FOR CHILDREN.
GOOD home for 2 children. t8 to $10; furnished
room for parent. 249 Shipley et.
WANTED— Oirl to board 4 or 6 years old. 3S2
A— t WOO; SALOOK: mercantile lunch: 6 Tur^
nishfd rooms; located iO feet from Palace Ho-
tel; rent only "¦ui; a money-making place;
*ickn«^a c^miWs owner to sacrifice. Call It.
G. WILKE. 2e<* Kearny st.
A— S*rT50; CORNER liquor store and Ealoon, one
block from Call bide.: place clearing $300
j'*r month: lease; a flrst-claas business open-
in*. Call R.»O. WILKE. 26H Kearny et.
A— Jl'iO; CORNER ealoon on Kearny Bt.. establ.
many year?; must sell to-<*ay; come and make
en offer. R. G. WILKE, "CJ4 Kearny £t.
A— 17S0 — COFFEE t>a.loon. oyster and chophouse;
dese to Alcazar Theater; rent $75; a first
c!as=s "paying business; slckcets compels
owner to sacrifice. See R. G. WILKE. 2(, ! /i
A — IjQOt. ealoon on Market 6t. ; rent $75. Includ-
ing 11 furnished rooms; dally receipts about
S*>0; mercantile lunoh; lease; first-class pay-
in*? preposition. Particulars R. G. U1LKK,
<C>] Kearny st.
A — ISJO; SALOON, ertab. many years, on Fourth
ft., rect j:S; 8 living rooms; place located
c'ose to factories where 1*0 men employed;
a ff^lendld chance and bargain. Particulars
K. G. WILKE. tty~ Kearny st.
A—SZjQ; RESTAURANT on Market St.; rent
JU; a pood-paying place; sickness of wife,
compels owner to sell. See R. G. WILKE,
rc<- Kfarny Bt.
A— tCOCO; LEADING fs'.non; located between
wholesale houses, Insurance and mercantile
offices; place estab!!fh*d *° years; knowa ai
m* of the best whisky bars In this city. Call
R. G. WILKE. 26Va Kearny et.
A— 1".CC: SALOON end boarding-house with 10
furnished rooms en water front; rent J40; 2
years' lease; a cood business. See It. G.
Y» ILKC. 2?'~j jCearny rt.
A— tZJO; COP.XER saloon in wholesale district;
plac* estab. jears; good paying: no night or
Sunday work. EL G. WILKE. 2C% Kearny st.
A— 1250; CIGAIt tttore with 4 rooms; rent $25;
place clearing $7i per month. R. G. WILKE,
rC's Kearr.y rt.
J**— COFFEE and lunch parlor: be*t business
!>art city; bargain. R. O. WILKE, 26Vj Kearny.
A-HRAXCH bakery notion*, etc.; $115; makes
living fcr family. M. GRIFFIN. 713 Market
ft., room L
A — GRCK^EIty and delicatessen snap; $500; dally
sale* $20: 3 !lv. rat. M. Grtfttn. 719 Mkt.. r. L
A-NICE furnishing pood* etore; J300; 3 living
rms. ; gnoA bus. M. GRIFFIN*. 719 Mkt.. r. L
A-J35W; HESTAT.'RAXT with bar; meals 25c:
monthly 6al** SlOC"": ertab. M years; all first
class. M. GRIFFIN. "13 Market, nr. Call big.
A— BARBER shop: $250; 3 chairs; rent $16; fine
r>la«.-* lor 2 people. M. Griffin. 719 Mkt.. r. 1
PAVING restaurant and furniture of 9 rooms;
rent of all j:.'. a month (lease); will sell with
fuT/ture or without: price $500. SCHWEIN-
HARJ> & CO.. 937 Market et.. bet. Fifth and
Fixth; rh^ne Mint 1ML
JM— SALE or trade chicken business; stock,
hor**. 2 v.-asor.F; rent 112 mo. Rasile. 2 Eddy.
JK-00— SALOON"; near Market; central: full
value stock: cause sickness. BASILE. 3 Eddy.
1 AKERY. with larjre brick oven and every-
thing complete; fine country town; cheap:
part cash. bal. time. Lane & Co.. £65 Market.
XtANS on all kinds of bric-a-brac, statuary.
curios, wedpewood. Dresden ware, ivory*.
l:ronze£. silver ware and all articles of vaiue:
lowest interest ; private entrance and room:
l*-rfect eecrecy: phone Brown 246; established
5KS1. UNCLE HARRIS, IS Grant ave.
IOME bakery and delicacy store: paying busi-
ness established; living rooms; cheap. 1517
CIGAR store for sale In country town cheap;
about 36 miles from S. F. ; cood location. Ad-
dress box 7L Call ofnee.
GERMAN* wishes to invest $300 to $4P0 in sa-
loon business as partner. Box SO. Call office.
BUSI.VESS CHAXCES CONTINUED.
A— BUTCHER shop; best corner location In
city. COWING & CO.. 718 Market st.
A— CANDY and ice cream, cigars and .'notion
etore. COWING & CO.. 719 Market st.
A— DELICACY and home restaurant: fine busl-
negg. COWING & CO.. 719 Market Bt
A — ROOMING house, south Market. 14 rooms;
snap. COWING & CO.. 719 Market Bt. .
A— BAKERY, candy, echcol books, notions; bar-
gain; cheap rent. COWING. 719 Market at.
A — COAL, wood and grain business; fine loca-
tion; snap. COWING & CO.. 719 Market et.
A— ROOMING-HOUSE; fine location: bargain
this cey. See COWING & CO.. 718 Market Bt.
A— SHOE store; good location; clears $500 to $600
mo.; bargain. COWING & CO.. 719 Market 6t.
A— GROCERY and bar; best ever offered for
tale. COWING & CO.. 713 Market st.
A— SALOON downtown; money maker: come
quick. COWING & CO.. 719 Market st.
A— SODA water business for one-half Its value:
Elokn*-**. COWING & CO.. 719 Market st.
A— RESTAURANT in b<?Ft part of city: must
be told this day. COWING. 71» Market et.
A— BAKERY: clearing $200 per month; snap.
COWING & CO.. 71S Market St.
WANTED— A partner with some cash: manu-
facturing; exclusive business: good mon»v
from tJie Ftart: will bear investigation. Call
or write HERRICK. «31 Randolph St.. Napa.
BAKERS— Portable oven cheap. S252 Mission
$450— RESTAURANT In good running order:
receipts $25 day; trial given. 233 Sixth et
FOR Bale— The best evening paper route In
city. Address M. C. box S3. Call office.
STATE and county rights for rale in a newly
patented household article; quick seller; big
money. f?7 Market Bt.. room 613.
GROCERY and bar In good location; stock in
Fight for full purchase price. W. L. HAR-
PER, 207 Parrott building. ;
WANTED— Chophouse or coffee saloon; whole-
*ale district or near ferry. Add, box €L Call.
FOR sale— Laundry route: established for 11
years; paying commission of $45 to $50 per
week. Box 58. Call office.
Chop house. *33 Eighth et.
FOR SALE— J-ehair barber shop. Including
baths. Box 12. Call office.
IXP1DE route on this paper for sale. Apply
CALL business office.
CLASSIFIED advertisements «.rd subscriptions
received at Cell branch office. 220O Ftllmjre st.
A BRANCH office for Call advertisements and
FUfcscriptions has been established at 10S«
LODGING-HOUSES FOR SALE.
AN ELEGANT BARGAIN.
$1000 buyi the entire furniture and good •will
of a very select 10-room boarding and room-
ing house; on!y 4 blocks from City Hall and
in a most desirable locality; fully occupied; a
BPlenald paying proposition: must be sold Im-
n;edlatelv; investigate at once; call or write.
A. A. SAWYER,
100S Broadway. Oakland, Cal.
BUYERS of lodging houses will find large list;
fine bargains in lodging houses. Samples:
"^2 rooms ; rent JC4; price S1500.
"2 rooms; rent $34; price $400.
44 rooms; rent $2*.0; fine corner; clears $300 a
month; price J^OO.
TY> loan money. to buyers at 1*4 per cent.
SCHWEINHARD & CO., 917 Market st, be-
tween Fifth ar.d Sixth. Phone Mint 1911.
R. H. WINSTON & CO.. 1C2S Market Bt
36 rooms; rent $30: only $4S0
SS rooms; rent JiO; for «50
dt rooms; must sell; only 2101
C5 rooms; corner; reduced to £08
A — 22-ROOM rooming house; central ..J1001 t
20-room house; flrst-class / 105f> j
11-room house; $<75; C-room flat 32">
20-room house; Eddy; rent $75; only 900
FISHER & CO., 1033 Market st.
12-ROOM house; Golden Gate ave $SCO
?-room house; Howard st 350
10-room house; Post st C0>)
11-roorn house; Van Ness ave COO
NATIONAL REAL ESTATE CO.. 3 Eddy.
LODGING-HOUSE. 12 rooms; a bargain; ac-
count clcknefs; good paying. 1182 Mission.
ROOMING house "of 17 rooms on account of
•sickness; cheap. 120A Eddy et.
WANTED — Respectable rooming house. 10 or
12 rooms; state particulars. Box 3SSS, Call.
A WEEK'S news for 5 cents— The Weekly Call.
16 i-ar's. In wrapper, for mailing. $1 per year.
CARHIAGES AXD AVAGOXS.
._ _._ , l jvi ._. j - ... .-. .¦ 1- . . j
ALL klr.ds of wagons, buggies, carte, harness,
etc.. cheap. EGAS & SON, 2117 Mission Et.
AN A No. 1 express wagon, single, also light
camping wagon, for sale cheap. 532 Mission.
NEW & 2d-hand wagons, buggies, carts & har-
ners. work & driving horses. 15th & Valencia.
ARRIVED— Mrs. /)r. Farnham. world-renowned
epirltual medium: advice in all affairs of life,
lawsuits, divorces, deaths; unites the sepa-
rated; mining a specialty; clrs.Sun..Wed.,FrI.
ev's; come and be convinced. (Permanently)
C13 Eddy Bt.. bet. Hyde and Larkin; no sign.
MRS. MAXWELL, spiritual meeting to-night;
convincing test 8. 122S Howard; read, daily.
MME. MAJORS, gifted spiritual medium,
healer and card reader. 132 Bixth st.. room 1.
MP.S. J. J. WHITNEY, clairvoyant, test, busi-
ness medium, life reader; sittings SI. 1104 Mkt
EDWARD EARLE. psychic 128 . Powell et;
hours. 9 to 5; Sunday at K. of P. Hall.
FRIENDSHIP Hall. 335 McAllister— Mr*. C. J.
Meyer, glttlngs: convincing tests to-nlsht; 10c.
! MME. PORTER, wonderful clairvoyant & card
; reader, born with double veil & second sight;
i diagnoses disease with life reading; ladles 50c
; rents $1; palm and clalr. sit $1 50. 128 Turk.
'¦ ISMAR. the Egyptian gypsy clairvoyant and
! palmist, permanently located 114S Market opp.
I Cth; private readings daily, 10 a, m. to 5 n. in.
I MMK. BERNARD reads life fluently: advice
\ given In all affairs of life; satisfaction guar-
| ' enteed; 2">c up. 17 Third St.. next Examiner.
' REMOVED— The great inspirational card read-
• er; price ISc an'l SOc: hours 10 a. m. till 9 p.
I m. MADAME VAN BERGEN. 228 Fulton St.
j MRS. E. SANDER?, 514 Taylor st.. near Geary
! —Clairvoyant, palmist and business medium;
I Indies' drd« Thurs.. 2 p. m.; Frl.. 8; dr.. 25c.
j MME. ZEREDA, the gypsy. Is the great palm-
I 1st and card reader: 25c 7 Seventh st.
j MRS. CAMERON, clairvoyant, card reader.me-
i dium: 25c up. ?21 Mission et.nr.4th; ring bell.
; MME. AUGUST, clairvoyant, card reader and
palmistry; truth or no pay; 25c. 1149 Mission.
! MME. HANSON, palmistry, card reader; past,
present, future, 2.1c. 148 FIxth et., room 14.
I MRS. E. M. DUVAL. clairvoyant and buslnes3
I medium. 42T. Golden Gate nve.
j MRS. MELVILLE, well-known clairvoyant. wa-
I ter reader, moved to 11 Sixth: German spoken.
j MME. SCHAFFER. clairvoyant, card reader;
: Flttlris dailj-. 4«8',i Jessie st.
I MME. RAVENNA reads life fluently; business
j advice; nanics given: 2T»c up. S Fourth St.
I CAItPET IIEATINO AXD CLEAXISG.
J WHEN you become disgusted with poor work
i rend to SPAl'LDING'H Pioneer Carpet-Beat-
Ing Works. 333-357 Tehama Rt. ; tel. South 40.
STANDARD. 313 Guerrero— Curtains and blan-
kets renovated, 25c per pair; carpents cleaned,
2c yd.: laying a specialty. Phone Mission 106.
CARPETS cleaned at 5c per yard, laid at 6c
STRATTON'S. 3 Eighth St.; tel. Jessie 944.
J. E. MITCHELL. Carpet-Beating and Reno-
vating Co.. 240 Fourteenth et.: tel. Mission 74.
CITY Et»am Carpet-Beating Work*. G. H.
j ETEVENS. mgr., 38-40 Sth et: tel South 2M.
ADVANCE Carpet-Cleaning Co.. 402 Sutter st;
tel. Main ZU. GEO. WALCOM. proprietor.
COXKLIN'S Carpet-Beating Works, 333 GolJ«n
Ga> ave.: telephone East 1?6.
! BUNIONS. Ingrown nails, corns, absolute cure.
"¦ painless: ronsuH'n fr<t». Dr. Duncan. 415 Sutter.
I COLLECTION OFFICES.
I GEORGE W. KELllY^^g^ney^No'chargTun^
j less successful. Room 310, 927 Market st
I ¦' ¦
1;_; : " COTTAGES TO LET.
UNION*. 213 A— Cottage, 4 rooms, bath; rent 13;
j no children. - -,.. v . ,
DR. BTJZARD'.S dog hospital. Post Flllmore-^
Advice end medicine. 75c; city visits. $1 SO; all
animals treated; dogs boarded. Tel. West 636.
DRESSMAKEnS AXD SEAMSTRESSES
FAIRFIELDS Millinery AcademyTcaU~and~ex^
amlne work; tend for circular. 1236 Market.
ACCORDION pleating factory: all kinds pleat-
I »ng. pinking. 121 Post. overO'Connar&Moffatt
McDOWELL Dressmaking and Millinery School:
private class; patterns cut. 1019 Market »t.
6. F. Dressmaking. Ladies' Tailoring and M'l-
Unery School; French system. 4U Van Ness.
AT" th^'ELECTRcT-lSENTXL. CLINIC. S09 Mar-
ket st, cor. 4th. rm. 7. Flood bldg.. you can
have your extractions done painlessly; teeth
without plates our specialty: gold crowns,
$3 fO up: plates, extractions free, $4 50 up; of-
fice hours, 9 a. m. to 10 p. m. ; Sundays, 9 to 2
p. m. G. W. WILLIAMSON. M.D.. Manager.
EIGHT prUes for beat crowns, plates, bridges
and fillings; extractions 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'Farrell Bt
A NEW plate, the unbreakable Rose Pearl,
warranted for 20 years; crowns and bridge-
work; teeth without a plate; fillings, 50c:
crowns, $3 50; plates, full set. $5 00; all work
painless and warranted. Chicago Dental\Par-
iors. 24 Sixth st.
"MAIN Office" New York Dental Parlors, 101'J
Market st.. bet. Sixth and Seventh; consult
us on crowns and bridges; teeth extracted
positively and absolutely without pain.
DR. LUDLUM HILL. 1443 Market, nr. Eleventh
—No charge for extracting when plates are
made: old plates made over like new; teeth
from JS per ijft; extracting. 50c; gas given.
SET of teeth without plate. DR. H. G. YOUNG,
1841 Polk at
PARIS Dental Parlor. 2S5 Kearny, cor. Bush —
Full set of tefth. $4; crowns, $3: fillings, 25c.
LOWEST prices In S. F.; painless extraction,
60c. New York Dentists, 969 Mission, cor. 6th.
VAN VROOM — "Painless" ; evenings and Sun-
days. 1C01 Market Et.. corner Sixth.
GALLAGHER-MARSH College. Parrott Bldg.—
Shorthand, typing and bookkeeping; Robert F.
Gallagher, expert court reporter, teacher of
ehorthand; repcrtorial phrasing taught; prac-
tical bookkeeping; full course, $50; catalogue.
HEALD'S BUSINESS COLLEGE, 24 Post St.,
8. F— Bookkeeping, shorthand, typing. lan-
guages, telegraphy, English branches, civil,
electrical ajid mining engineering, etc.; day
and night sezslons; new SO-page catalogue free.
A— THE LYCEUM, and accredited preparatory
fchool for the university, law and medical
colleges; references. President Jordan or any
Stanford professor. Phelan building.
BOOKKEEPING or shorthand— If you want to
learn In a limited time, take private lessons
from an experienced teacher. M. W. COR-
NELL, room f.3. Thurlow block. 126 Kearny st.
AYRES' Business College. 723 Market St.: day j
and evening; Individual Instruction. $8 per
month; life scholarship. $50; bookkeeping,
shorthand, telegraphy, etc.; catalogue free.
HE FAILED! had he practiced bookkeeping a
short time with expert Tarr, 220 Parrott bldg
he would not; be wise.
MIPS M. G. BARRETT. Shorthand Academy;
lesions by mall; acknowledged by official re-
portere best teacher, best system. 302 Montgy.
ALL students but two taking full course this
year jrot positions. SAN FRANCISCO BUSI-
ness COLLEGE. 1236 Market at.
ENGINEERING, civil, elec.. mlning,mech.,6ur-
vey, assay, cyanide, arch.; day. eve.; est. 1S64.
VAN PER NAILLEN SCHOOL, 933 Market.
SPANISH. French. German, singing, piano, $2
mo.; hours. 2-4. 6-8. 1236 Market, rms. 119-117.
MUNSON School Shorthand. Typing. Bookkeep-
ing, t-panlsh. IS" Mont'y, E. M. Carpenter, pr.
MR. and MRS. D. MANSFIELD, music studio;
violin, guitar, mandolin, banjo. 1836 Eddy st.
ILLUSTRATION'— PARTINGTON'S DAY and
ILLUSTRATION— Night claxs. 424 Pine St.
ARITHMETIC, bookkeeping, grammar, writing,
etc., day or eve.; $5 mo. 1024 Mission, nr. Cth.
..... ... . IT^UA3?llABb^ST7plPLY~CC). . ...... ".
24 MONTGOMERY AVE
Furnish mechanics, miners
Railroad men. ranch hands
and woodchoppers at short notice
A— JAPANESE and Chinese employment con-
tractor: estab. over 10 years; all kinds help.
421 Poet Et., near Powell; telephone Bush 135.
FOR reliable help send to Open Door Employ-
ment Office. 1272 Folsom St.; tel. Howard 1417.
JAPANESE and Chinese Employment Office;
best help furn. ; tel. John 2121. SOSVi Stockton.
RELIABLE Japaness-Chlnese employment of-
fice; all kinds help. 315 Htockton; Main 5188.
JAPANESE Housecleanini? Co.— Waiters.cooks,
dishwashers; est. 1890. 1026 Oak; tel. Page 547.
UNION Japenese-Chines* emp. of flee— Best help
; furn.; domestic sen*. 417 Powell; tel. Bush 378.
ORPHEUM Employment Office— Japanese, Chi-
nese help. 426 Powell, nr. Sutter: tel. Black 5072.
CHINESE and Japanese Employment Office—
Bext help. 4U'j O'Farrell St.; tel. East 426.
EMPLOYMENT WANTED FEMALE-
GIRL wishes situation for general housework
and plain cooking, no washing, In small fam-
ily; wages $20; no postals. 957 Howard st.
RESPECTABLE lady, good cook, wishes posl-
tion as housekeeper; good care of children.
Call at CS-76 Ellis st, room *>3, bet M p. m.
WANTED — A pleasant room In a good, kind
family; will teach music for the care of my
baby from S till 12. Address box 82, Call.
VEHY hard work with washing, 5160 per day;
lighter work with light washing, $1 10 ptr
day. 78 Third St.. room 10.
SCANDINAVIAN girl wants place as cham-
bermaid In hotel; city. 1336*4 Natoma at,
NEAT young girl would like to do second work.
122 Perry st., between Third and Fourth.
RELIABLE woman wishes work by the day;
domestic work; $1 and car fare. Box SL Call.
ELDERLY Eastern woman, neat and reliable,
deelres position; is good, economical house-
keeper, kind to children; has good references:
wages, $.10 to $12 month. 2Z0 Tehama st.
RESPECTABLE woman wants work by the
day; housecleanlng or general housework.
Call 1212A Clay st.
WOMAN wishes to do general housework: cara
for children or sick person; or will cook;
wages S25. 419 Jones Et.
EXPERIENCED girl wishes second work, sew-
ing; reference; wages 520 or $25. 702 O'Farrell.
MARRIED lady wants plain sewing or will go
out from 9 a. m. to 3 p. in. Call or address
MRS. J. C. 3103 Buchanan st.
WINCHESTER House. 41 Third st. near Mar-
ket— 2C0 rooms; 25c to $1 60 night, $1 50 to J«
week; convenient and respectable; free 'bus
and baggage to and from ferry.
CLASSIFIED advertisements and subscription*
rw#-|v«"" »t Call hninrh office. 2200 Flllmore.
EMPLOYMENT WANTED, MALE.
THE employment department of the Y. M. C.
A. furnishes only reliable young men. Ma-
son and Ellis sts.; phone Bush 17.
EXPERIENCED coachman and stable manager
desires employment; strictly, sober; best refer-
ences; single; take any trustworthy situation.
Address WALSH, S10 Mission St.
A MAN. sober, reliable and trustworthy, wants
position In wholesale house, corporation or In
any other establishment; best references. Box
$7, Call office.
EXPERIENCED, honest young man, IS years
eld. Tilshes situation in grocery store as clerk;
city or country; with or without board. Box
DO. Call office.
I YOUNG man wants employment mornings and
I evenings; will take board and room In pay-
ment. Address box 2, 300 Hayes st,
I COOK wants work; a good, careful cook; or
would go as second cook. T. SMITH. SIS
YOUNG man wants work of any kind; very
wining; Inside work pref. C. M., Box 78. Call
YOUNG German bartender, is a good mixer,
wishes a position; can give references from
first-class houses. Box 72, Call office.
SITUATION wanted: Bober handy man, not
afraid of work. Address W. L. B.. 322 Minna
NURSE or valet for gentleman, or courier for
ladles desiring to travel; competent as secre-
tary or reader. Box 74, Call office.
MIDDLE-AGED man wants. work private fam-
ily; used to horses; gardening; cooking; use-
ful In general; wages no object. Box 2043,
Call office, Oakland.
STENOGRAPHER and typewriter wants posl-
tlon, having good knowledge of bookkeeping
with long business experience In several lines
and first-class references. Address P. N.,
1275 Mission st.
JAPANESE wants situation to wash dlshea
and help with kitchen work; hotel or board-
ing-house; understands well. 604 Twelfth st,
JAPANESE, honest young man, wants place
as schoolboy; good English; long experience.
GEORGE. ?07 Polk st. or tel. Polk 1441.
, EYES examined free; spectacles properly ad-
justed. N. Manasne. oculist optician. 910 Mkt,
FLATS TO LET.
A— 8-ROOM flat; corner; sunny; 2 bay windows;
all modern improvem'ts; 1st floor. 417% Third!
FINE modern flat, 7 rooms and bath. 625 Colder
Gate ave.. bet. Van Ness ave. and Franklin.
IF you want to move get printed list flats to lei
from BALDWIN & HOWELL. 10 Montgomery.
VALENCIA. 446V4— Upper flat of three sunn»
rooms; rent $S: key at 444 Valencia.
$7— 4-ROOM flats on Victor st.. off Bryant, bet.
7th and 8th. Inquire at grocery. »41 Brvant.
$9— SUNNY upper 3-room flat. 132S Jessie st.
off Hermann, nr. Junction Market and Halght.
. FURNITURE FOR SALE.
4 ROOMS furnished In oak for $48 60, with No.
7 ranee. King Furniture Co., 1127-1131 Mar-
ket tt.: telephone South 637.
CHAS. LEVY buys your furniture, carpets,
pianos, etc. 1135 Market «t. ; tel. Jessie 761.
A. WOLLPERT. 773 Mission Bt., pays highest
price for second-hand furniture; tel. Red 1351.
Auctioneer— L.- Vincent, 1305 Larkin; tel Polk 691.
furniture & furn'd houses bought; spot cash.
W. E.CODY (late with J. T. Terry & Co.). buys
furniture. carpet3. 757 Mission: tel. Red 3353.
HELP WASTED FEMALE.
C. R. HANSEN & CO .Phone Grant^85
2 waitresses, commercial hotel, country,
$2? 50, see party here; 2 waitresses, country,
$20, see party here; 6 waitresses, different
country hotels, $20; 3 waitresses, city. $20; 2
chambermaids to wait, $20; body ironer,
•$32f.O; plain lronor, $25; woman for mending:
plain work by the day
Colored woman who has a child, city, $20; In-
valid's nurse, Alameda. $20, references; cook,
San Rafael, $30; very choice place for house-
girl, Oakland. $25; another choice place, city,
$25; housekeeper, $15; nurse, 2 children; oth-
ers. C. R HANSEN \ CO., 104 Geary st.
WANTED— Assistant cashier for ladies' wear
store having had experience In mercantile
business; state salary, experience and refer-
encea. Box 88. Call office.
WANTED — Woman who needs a good home
to do light housework and plain cooking; no
objection to one child; small wages. Box
S899, Call office.
RESPECTABLE girl to assist in light house-
work; plain cooking. 30 Valley St.; Guerrero-
et. cars. '
WANTED— Girl having had experience at
wrapping counter, ladles' underwear. Box
80. Call office.
BRIGHT girl to make herself useful: small com-
pensatlon to start. POW r ERS CO., 755 Capp st.
GIRL wanted for light housework: good home.
1704 Fell st.. near Masonic ave.
YOUNG girl to assist housework; sleep home.
1479 Fifteenth Bt,. near Howard.
WANTED— A girl for housework. 1S34 Sutter
WANTED— A skirt hand and Improver. Room
66. Murphy building.
WANTED — Girl for general housework; small
family; wages $20. 1S64 Geary 6t.
GIRL for general housework; wages $15. 1124
Greenwich st.. near Hyde.
TALENTED amateur performers wanted. Call
at Chutes at 6 p. m. .
GIRL wanted for general housework and plain
cooking. Call between 10 and 12, 42S Franklin.
FIRST-CLASS finisher on custom pants. 623
Clay St.. room 18 A.
WANTED — Young girl for general housework.
214 Hyde st.
NEAT, competent girl for housework and cook-
Ing. 2636 Howard st.
WANTED — A respectable young girl to assist
In housework. 2030 Mission st.
WOMAN wanted to do cooking In small board-
tng house. 322 Main st.
WANTED — A finisher on pants; steady work.
36 Gearjr St., room 83.
NEAT young girl for light housework: *Ger-
man preferred. 451 Guerrero st. Call fore-
GLOVE banders and binders and driving-glove
makers. FARRANT & CO.. 1435 Market Bt.
HAND sewers on custom pants; also operator
Immediately. E04 Kearny at., room 10.
YOUNG girl for light housework; family
adults: wages $10. 1514 7th st., Oakland.
MIDDLE - AGED woman for housekeeper
wanted: good home. 68 East ave.. Holly Pk.
PANTS finisher; steady work. 110 William et..
off Geary, near Taylor.
OPERATOR and finisher on pants. 83 Third
WANTED— Girl for general housework. Apply
•838 OTarrell Bt.
TAILORESS wanted as pants finisher. ">'i
Kearny St., room 18. top floor.
WANTED— Lady tailor; coatmaker; steady
Job. 6C6 Fifth st. Oakland.
GIRL for plain cooking and assist In house-
work; small family. 1444 O'Farrell, upper fiat.
GIRL wanted for light housework; good home.
623 Halght at
BEW1XO girls, attentionl — Experienced opera-
tors on dre?s and negligee shirts: steady
work; good pay. Lowenberg Co., 27 Jessie st.
GIRLS to learn book folding. 5.*« Clay Bt.
WANTED— Women and girls to work on fruit.
1731 Folsom Et.. between 13th and 14th,
CLASSIFIED EdvertUements and subscriptions
received at Call branch office. 2200 Flllmore st.
A BRANCH omce for Call advertisements and
rvibforlr tier.u has been established at 1C9( Va-
HELP ¦WANTED— MALE.
AT C. R. HANSEN &. CO.'S 104 Geary st.
CO Experienced Coal Miners New Mexico
....50 Experienced Coal Miners New Mexico
....60 Experienced Coal Miners New Mexico
Best of Wages
Free Fare Free Fare Free Fare
C. R. HANSEN &. CO 104 Geary Bt.
AT C. R. HANSEN & CO.'S 104 Geary st.
15 teamsterp. R. R. work, Nevada. ...J2 a day
3 stonemason- ft. Ft. work, Nevada.13 BO a day
6 stonemason. S. R. work, Nevada.$3 50 a day
Free Fare Ship Dally Free Fare
A chef. $100: second, $75; German short order
cook, country, $50; private family waiter, $25;
washer, hand laundry, country hotel, |30
C. R. HANSEN & CO 104 Geary st
OFFICE boy wanted. Apply
C. R. HANSEN & CO 104 Geary Bt.
A— 10 COLORED waiters, country hotel.
C. R. HANSK-N & CO 104 Geary, st
A FOREMAN for bread, $20 week; second hand
on bread, $16 wit. ; foreman on cake, $20 wk. ;
third hand on bread, $12 wk., country bake
C. R. HANSEN & CO 104 Geary st.
Clark, the stableman, please call or leave
Janitor for boys' boarding school, near city,
$25 and found.
Hostler for delivery wagon stable, middle-aged
man preferred, $30 and found.
Driver for milk wagon. $35 and found.
Assistant baker, country, $30 and found, fare
4 woodchoppers, 4-fcot red and pine wood, SOc
and $1 a cord.
W. V. EWER & CO.. 610 Clay Bt.
A— CARPENTERS. 6 cabinet-makers, 3 bench
hands, cut-off sawyer, sticker and shapei
bands, band saw and shaper hands. Mechan-
ics' Registration Bureau, 410 Kearny St., rm.
8; non-union mechanics, please register; new
Jobs dally; no office fees.
BARI3ERS' Progressive Union— Free employ-
ment. H. Bernard. Sec. 104 7th; tel. Jessie 152,
WANTED— Errand boy In printing office; on«
who can feed Job press. EASTMAN &
MITCHELL. 415 Market st.
WANTED— Two ftn-t-class coatmakers. M. J.
KELLER CO.. 1137-59 Washington et,. Oak-
A GOOD coatmaker. JOHN REID A SON. 9V,
YOUNG man wanted; 16 to 18 years of age. S
N. WOOD & CO.. 718 Market 'st.
WANTED— Good alteration hands at E. MES
SAGER'S cloak store, 143 Post st.
•WANTED— A Goodyear stitcher. 134 Main st.
WANTED— Dishwasher. 1024 Hyde Bt'
WANTED— Young man to make himself gener-
ally useful in an oyster house. 2801 Folsom.
TALENTED amateur .performers wanted. Cal
at dutss at 6 p. m.
WANTED— Dishwasher at 25S First st.
WANTED— Barber for every afternoon, Eatur
day. Sunday; $8. 1222 Stockton et.
BARBER for short hours; thorough, flrst-clas:
man only need apply. ICO Market Bt.
BARBER Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday
steady. 1257 Dupont st.
YOUNG man to help wait at table and up
stairs at the New Washington Hotel. 384 4th
COOK wanted: call early. People's nestau
rant, C31 Clay at.'
STRONG boy as helper on iron work at 42;
WAITER for lunch house. 115 Drumm st.
WANTED— Bright errand boy. Dinan Mlllin-
ery. 24 Kearny st.
BOOTBLACK. 947 Flllmore st, corner Me
ALL sizes men's shoes, slightly damaged, hall
ITlce. S62 Mission st. bet 1st and 2d sts.
HELP WANTED— MALE.
A— MURRAY & READY Phone Main E843
...Leading Employment and Labor Agents...
-•••• WANT 1 ? A. M. TO-DAY
Turner and band sawyer, $3 a day, country
Job; wagon makers, woodworkers $75, $30
Blacksmith; also other mechanics; 3 miners;.
' carriage painter; boys to learn trades; coach-
men; shingle packer; 33 laborers and team-
sters, $1 75 and $2 a day; teamsters and labor-
ers, city Jobs
29 milkers, farm hands. «c, $26 and found,
$80, $25 and found; 9 choremen and boys
3 farmers and wives J50, $40 and found
Milker and wife. $40 and found; 6 laborers,
city factories; 12 stablemen, buggy washers,
hostlers, etc.. city and country. $50. 145. $53.
$o0, $2o and foTinrl; 155 woodchoppers and tie-
makers. $3. $2 50. $2, $1 E0, $1 cord. 13c. 12c. lOo
each, tools, provisions and cabins furnished...
Boys to drive delivery wagons, $5 and 58 week.
; MURRAY & READY. 634-6S6 Clay st.
A— HOTEL DEPT OTHER DEPTS.
Steward for a club. $(0 and foilnd: chef and
second -cook, country hotel, see boss here:
grocery clerk; first and second baker, $60 and
$45 and found; 27 cooks, different places. $60,
$50, $40, $30 and found; some cooks and dish-
washers, same places, come see: cook and
wife, 25 men, no women there, $45; IS dish-
washers and waiters, $35, $30, $25, $20 and
found; second, third and first hand bakers;
boys to drive bakery and other wagone, etc;
pantrymen, porters, butchers, etc.; experi-
enced delicatessen man. S45 and found.
MURRAY & READY, 634-636 Clay gt.
A— BAKERS BUTCHERS
Bread foreman, $20 ¦week, country ALL
Second man on bread. $16 wk.. country--SAME
Cake foreman, $20 week, country PLACE
Sd hand cakes. $12 wk., country...COME SEE
First hand and second hand, same place, fare
$1. $60, $45 and found: 5 helpers and third
hands, $30, $25, $20 and found; 3 butchers, see
boss here, country, $33 and $30, found. MUR-
RAY & READY, 634 and 636 Clay st.
YOUNG man with $175 can secure steady em-
ployment: must be satisfied, with $70 per
month. Box 79, Call office.
TfANTEDr-An elderly sober man to make him-
self generally useful about hotel. 781 Sut-
- ter st.
WANTED— Boys about 15 or 16 ycara old for
retail dry goods; 6 o'clock house. Address
box 88. Call office. .- „
FIRST-CLASS oysterman. Apply between 1
and 2 o'clock, IIS O'Farrell st.
WANTED— Handy man in kitchen. COFFEE
. JOHN, 61» Clay st.
COOK wanted, man or woman, take half In-
terest In good restaurant; part cash, balance
time; good opportunity. LANE & CO., 863
BEAM hands and table hands. H. N. COOK
BELTING CO.. 217 Mission st.
GROCERY clerk who understands horses. N.
W. cor. Twenty-first and Mission sts.
WANTED— First class ladles' tailor; also first
class coatmaker at once. P. GLIXMAN,
FIRST-CLASS coatmaker wanted: free sitting
room and high prices paid. P. S. NORDEN-
SHULD, 1237 Broadway, Oakland.
COATMAKERS-and operators wanted on cus-
tom coats. 304 Tehama st.
BARBER shop for sale In country; good show
for married man. Apply at 106 Ellis St..
RELIABLE young man for grocery Ptore and
take care of horses. B. K. TRUELSEN,
Golden Gate. Cal.
WANTED— Boy who has worked at upholster-
ing. Apply 341 Hayes st.
STEADY man with $115; will pay $60 a month:
no experience required. 1016 Market, room 10.
WANTED— A place to stop for the winter— This
can be found at tha Adams House, 519 Sacra.-
m?nto et.. near Montgomery; one of the few
respectable houses where countrymen coming
to the city can find nice, cl»an. cheap, well-
ventilated rooms. A. McCREERY. Prop.
WANTED — Laborers and mechanics to know-
that Ed Rolkln, Reno House proprietor, still
runa Denver Hous*. 217 Third st. ; 150 large
rooms; 25c per night: $1 to $2 per week. ]
MEN wanted to learn barber trade; only eigbt !
weeks required: positions guaranteed; special
Inducements: catalogue and map of city free.
MOLER'S EARBF.R COLLEGE. 635 Clay st.
PENSIONS— J. H. Shepard & Co., old, reliable
• firm, SC« Market, rm. 40. Phelan b'.dc. ; pen-
sion vouchers executed, 25c; advice free.
GENTLEMEN'S suit" to order. $1 per week, at
cash prices. N. Y. Tailoring Co.. 115 Kearny.
GET your shoes half-soled while waiting; 25c
to 50c. C62 Mission St., bet. 1st and 2d sts.
WANTED— 100 men to take rooms. 10c, 15o and
20c. Boston House. 930 Howard st.
SAILORS, ordinary seamen and green hands;
all parts of world. HERMAN'S. 26 Steuart.
MEN and women to learn barber trade. S. F.
BARBER COLLEGE. 741 A Howard st.
WINCHESTER House, 44 Third fit., near Mar-
ket; 700 rooms. 25c night; reading-rooms; free
'bus and baggage to and from the ferry.
A BRANCH office for Call advertisements and
subscriptions has been established at 10M
' 11KM - < ?" RHO , 1PS ;
PILES — 300 cures business men In San Fran-
clsco; can be seen; no operation; no pain; par-
ticulars sent." Ad. Physician, box 15'0. Call.
HORSES, LIVE STOCK, Etc For Sale
40~~HORSES for sale; also wagons, buggies,
carts, harness. Grand Arcade IIors» Market,
127 Sixth st.; auction sales every Wednesday.
SULLIVAN & DOYLE. Auctioneers.
YOUNG, fresh cow; good milker; gentle. 1312
FEED Manhattan food: keeps horses, cows,
poultry and dogs healthy. 1253 Folsom St.. S.F.
HOUSES TO LET.
A— PRUXTED LIST Houses to let; send for dr-
cular. G. II. UMBSEN & CO.. 14 Montgomery.
HOUSE, 8 rooms and batn; lot 25x137. 1715 Ed-
dy St., near Pierce; price $4250.
CHEAPEST and best in America— The Weekly
Call. 18 pages, sent to any address In the
TTnlfed States or Canada one year for $1.
~~~" " HYPNOTISM.
PROF. DILLON, considered by the press and
public as America's greatest hypnotist;
tecches hypnotism scientifically In class or
private: all rervous diseases and bad habits
cured without the use of drugs. 324 O'Farre'.l.
COMPLETE course Instructions and diploma.
S lessons, $5; cigarette and other bad habits
cured. PROFESSOR E. W. RAYMOND. 997
Market St.: hours 2 to 5 dally.
INVALID CHAIRS AND TRICYCLES.
SOLD and rented: manfr. of the Eames tricycle
chair. EAMES Tricycle Co.-. 2100 Market st.
L.OST AXD FOUND.
LOST— Center-hoard sloop, 22 feet long. 8 feet
wide; painted white, top of cabin yellow.
Any Information leading to its recovery will
be rewarded by addressing Lee Boathouse,
LOST — Large brown water spaniel dog; large
leather collar. Reward at 3SS7 Seventeenth.
DR. AND MRsTISavTeS, 122S Market— Ladles'
specialists: 32 years' practice; have treated
thousands of cases successfully; positive cure
guaranteed at office; ladles treated can return
home same day; HINDO HERB home cure,
any one can use it with satisfaction: perfect-
ly harmless. Send stamps for circular.
DR. G. W. O'DONNELL. moved to 101S Mar-
ket, opp. 5th; world-renowned ladles' special-
ist; safe, reliable; practiced In San Francisco
for years; treated thousands of cases success-
fully: treatment can be used at home; consul-
tation free. After all others fall call on him.
DRS. GOODWIN— Expert In all female ail-
ments; a positive and quick cure guaranteed;
treatment at office, $5; well-known and re-
liable euro. 1007VJ Market st.
MRS. DR. WYETH, reliable specialist; 23 yrs.'
practice: guaranteed treatment at office. $5;
any ailment; home for patients: consult free.
942 Post St.. bet. Hyde and Larkin.
NG TOY KEG, Chinese doctor; cures consump-
tion, cancer, catarrh, etc.; all diseases treat-
ted; send for testimonials; advice free. Sani-
tarium. 701 Sacramento St., corner Kearny.
MRS. DR. ALLEN, 1035 Market— Ladles' gpo-
clalist; nafe and sure cure, $5; best care; low
fees; when all others fall consult free.
MRS. DR. KOHL. 997 MARKET ST.. corner
Sixth— Safe and reliable ladles' physician;
treatment, $5; positive cure guaranteed.
DR. POPPER, practical female specialist for
37 "years; can be sent. 323 Kearny st.
MRS. DR. GWYER. ladles' specialist; home
for patlrnta. 510 Eddy st.
3 MISCELLANEOUS— FOR SALE.
; BOILERS, engines, 2d-hand machineryr~Mc^
INTOSH & WOLPMAN. 135-197 Fremont st.
. BARS, back bars, mirrors, showcases, counters
linoleum, new and second hand; we always
have a large stock of saloon outfits on hand;
- 1 82 complete outfits on our floor, ready made;
we can ship everything In 24 hours, j.
; NOONAN. 1017. 1019, 1021, 1023 Mission St..
3 ! above Sixth; write for catalogue.
• NEW BROOMS— The Golden West Broom Fac-
tory at 62S and 630 Clay st.. near Kearny. has
Just started: storekeepers can be supplied with
all kinds of brooms at the cheapest rates;
" orders by mail attended to.
• A— BUYS, sells or rents gear machinery, en-
•1 8 - Pui>ey9>
f 10- TON Fairbanks scale and fire and burglar
1 proof safe. Zi£ California st.
MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE.
BUT a brand new typewriter for $3 down and JS
per month: write for catalogue and price-.
TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE. 409 California
St.: rentals, new machines. $3 per month.
A CO-PENNYWEIGHT case, solid gold. 14-
karat fine Howard watch for $57; cost orig-
lnally $S0. UNCLE HARRIS. 15 Grant ave.
5-HORSE Golden Gate gas or gasoline engine.
$150; can be seen running at 623 Golden
BILLIARD table, balls, cues and rack, com-
plete: dirt cheap. BENJ. CURTAZ & SON.
16 O'Farrell st.
PHOTO and magic lantern poods bought, sold,
exchanged. 109 Montgomery st.
FINE -ult. $10; dress pants. $2 75. MISFIT
CLOTHING PARLORS. 437 Montgomery st.
A— J3 50 DERBY and Fedora hats. $1 73. Popu-
lar Price Hatters. 330 Kearny st.. near Pine.
A— 100 HORSEPOWER engine, boiler, two-drill
air compressors. JARDIME'S. 220 Fremont st.
FIRST-CLASS second-hand modern engines and
¦ boilers bought and sold. KROGII Mfg. Co.
200-LIGHT dynamo, engine and boiler, com-
plete: cheap. H..S. WHITE. 516 Mission st.
"WILL rent full dress Tuxedo oV Prince Albert
suits for $2 50. Portland Loan Of flee. 25 Stktn.
SAFES— New and second hand. THE HER- i
MANN SAFE CO.. 417-423 Sacramento St.
PORTABLE engines, boilers; Iron and wood 1
planers, lathes: 2d hand. J. Burke. 139 Seal*.
MAGIC lanterns, new and 2d hand: moving
pictures. BULLARD & BRECK. 131 Post st.
SAFES— New and second hand; all slzas. THE
WALTZ SAFE. lCg-Ul Market St.. San Fran.
VE are paying for dry rabbit and Belgian
hare skins The to S^c per lb. HERMAN
WALDECK CO.. 3S Pay it.
A— CLOTHING, sealskins, jewelry, etc.. bought:
will call. L. Bros.. 25 Stktn; phona Black 1101.
WANTED— Vlavl capsules, less than regular
price. Address box 86, Call office. ,
L. SPARBER & SON removed 834 Mission St.:
pay highest prices for tools and machinery.
WANTED — Upright piano for cash. H. L.
WHITEHEAD. 1710 Market st.
LADIES" and gents'caat-oft clothing bought Sz
sold. Sllverman. 034 Folsom; teL Folsom 1191.
KLEIN still pays best price for clothing, brtc-
a-brac and books. 109 Sixth wt. : tel. Jessie 141.
BIOSEY TO LOAN.
ANY amount on furniture, pianos, without re-
moval, or any other good security; payabla
back in Installments or as a whole; If you
owe a balance on the purchase price we will
pay It and carry the loan as long as you de-
sire; avoid red tape and publicity; see us
first: you will be waited upon quietly and
quickly. Call 68-69 Ponohoo bldg.. ll?t> Market.
AA— BEST rates and easiest terms.
Interests In Estate^
Undivided Interests In Reffl Estate.
Financial problems of all sorts and sizes
solved by HERMAN MURPHY. 630 Market.
A— MONEY to loan at rates which people can
afford to pay on furniture, pianos, etc. ; «Io
not borrow lof your friends or you will loss
their friendship; do business with strangers
and you will be better satisfied; no delay; no
publicity. Rooms 9 and 10, 906 Market st.
ANT amount at 6 per cent: 1st. 2d and 3d mort-
gages, undivided Interest, real estate In pro-
bate; mortgages and legacies bought; no de-
lay; get my terma before doing business else-
where. R. McCOLGAN, 24 Montgomery, r. 3.
ANT proposition, any amount; 4 per cent; first,
second mortgages, estates in probate. Interest
In estates, legacies, corporation loans, chattel
mortgages, life Insurance. Room 16. flret floor.
Chronicle building. HALLORAN* & OLSEN.
HIGI-ILT respectable private place to obtain
liberal advances on diamonds, Jewelry at low-
est rates. Baldwin Jewelry Store. 815 Market
Rt.: tel. Main 1644. Branch 19 Third st.
A — 5CC0.00O ON city and country real estate and
estates; chattel mortgages; notes and col-
laterals. J. BROWNSTONE, 11 Montgomery.
MOST reliable place to borrow on diamonds.
watches. Jewelry. W. J. HESTHAL. 10 Sixth;
highest price for old gold, silver, diamonds.
ANY amount by private party on furniture and
pianos: no removal; low rates; confidential.
BONELLI. 301 Jones St.. corner Eddy.
WHT pay rent? We loan money to build with:
?mall monthly payments. HOME BUILDING
COMPANY, 222 Sansome St.. room 2.
LOAN'S, 1st or 2d mtgs: city, country: 6"vi:undi-
vlded Ints; estates. IIARPER.337 Parrott bdR.
AUSTIN'S §alary Loan Co., 368 Parrott bulM-
Ing; men can Eecure loans on personal note.
MONEY loaned salaried people without security.
HILL. rm. 44. Merchants' Ex.. 431 California.
TO salaried people without security; all busi-
ness confidential. Tousley Co.. 321 Parrott big.
MONET to loan on furniture by private party;
low rate. 917 Market et.. room 1.
ON furniture and pianos; no removal; confl-
dentUl; on diamonds, etc. S3 Taylor st.
CASH loaned to salaried people on note without
lndorser. MORRELL, 6U9 Examiner building.
TO salaried people without collateral or In-
t!orser. S. F. Discount Agency. »3 Phelan big.
WANTED— To borrow, J1SC0; 6 per cent per an-
num; real estate security. Box g. Call office.
ALL purchasers of pianos at Byron Mauzy's
have the privilege of exchanging for one of
the celebrated Sohmer Pianos, or one of our
Byron Mauzy Pianos, any time within four
years, full purchase price being allowed. Our
rent plan has been the best offered to the
public for the past three years. A large size,
beautifully finished, full-toned piano, with
stool and cover, warranted for five years, for
$350, }$ cash and $6 per month. This Is not a
cheap piano, full value being given for every
dollar spent BYRON MAUZY, Sole Arent
Sohmer & Co.. Byron Mauzy, Gabler, Spell-
man and Hamilton Pianos. 308. 310. 312 Post.
ALL purchasers of pianos at SHERMAN,
CLAY & CO.'S have the privilege of ex-
changing for a STEINWAY any time within
three years and full purchase price allowed;
the best makers of every trade to select from;
beautiful new uprights $6 cash, $6 per month;
some good pianos for iX $4 and $5 per month.
' SHERMAN. CLAY & CO.. STEINWAY
DEALERS, corner Kearny and Sutter sts..
San Francisco: corner Broadway and Thir-
teenth it*.; Oakland.
THE Decker & Son pianos excel all others.
The Decker & Son pianos please good players.
- The Decker & Son pianos last a lifetime.
The Docker & Son pianos are the ones to buy.
THE 3SENO MAUVAIS MUSIC CO.. 763 Mar-
ket st.. njents.
I WE want you to call and see the bargains we
have. Kine second-hand pianos for S100, $130.
$175, J2U0. $300, $330. Beautiful new ones for
$220 to SS50. All pianos sold on easy pay-
ments If you desire, and you can at any time
I exchange for a new Decker & Son.
We are the only house In the city that sells
all kinds of musical Instruments on easy pay-
ments; call and see us and learn how easy
it is to buy. MAUVAIS MUSIC CO.. 763 Mar-
ABSOLUTELT the oldest and largest Iioum
west of Chicago Is KOHLER & CHASE'S. 26.
S3 and 20 O'Farrell st. : plaiuj, organs and
all other musical instrument of all grades
and prices: terms easy: prices lowest: every-
thing possible done to please and satisfy the
SPECIAL snaps In a few slightly used pianos.
See us. BENJ. CURTAZ & SON. 16 CVFar-
rell St.; Chlckerlng agency and everything
pertaining to music; symphonlon music boxes.
PARTY going away will sell a new Ptelnway
mahogany uptight, cost $7J0, for $265. Boi
84. Call office.
4 FINE uprights, little u?rd; Shonlnger. Behr
Ing, Stolnway. Sohmer. Keeffe's. 933 Market
LARGE upright grand piano: 'must be sacrificed
j In S days; leaving city. 332 Turk st.
$100— FINE large upright piano. 364S Eighteenth
BEST rent stock In city; new pianos; $3 pei
month. SCOTT CURTAZ. SCO Hayes st.
HIGH-GRADE piano, nearly new, $163. 1IEINI
Piano Co.. 217 Geary st.
SUPERIOR violins, zithers, old and new H
, MULLER. maker, repairer. 2 Latham place
ELEGANT Sohmer upright, good as new. an<
other great bargains. CRUEXN. 208 Post st
FINE 3-pedal upright piano; sacrificed on ac
count of ulcknegs. 907 McAllister st
• A in^S ne ° T J t "'-.P- 1 ,?" 08 . for , 8tora *e: dirt cheap
Installments. Wilson's Storage. 1710 Market
AT KEEFFE'S. 953 Market St.. 4 elegant ua
rights at your own price. Shonlnger agency
' N^w^^f'-Am FOld: nIc * u P rt «ht P«ano
SCHM1TZ. 16 McAllister at., next Hlb. Bank
HIGH-GRADE pianos; St*ck. Hardman Chn
jmr^othor*. w. p. ALLEN & Cazu pjy."
..OFP'CES AXD^rrs TO ~LKT\~
EMMA SPRECKELS building. 927 Market st
2iL_!l vx _ DS On sale!
PROVEN oil >and^^n~7hTTce7n^lv^r^uT
sfhemeV vSS Is'^e SSffiS^K S 7» S
JOSEPH E. TOPLITZ. 330 ?'"• ?V?VGE.
MEMBER PRODUCERS' OIL X ,Vii
Country correspondence t-Ollcitea.
PAUIISTBT. v '-,' ':}- i ¦'- - ¦'_ _
hTjEROME FOSSELLI. scientific P*}™ 1 **' *'*
Taylor st.. bet. Geary and Post; tel. lilacs a<l-
MMK. NEEP.OAAKU 7CO Post; tek Hyd«
hours 1 to S f ve.. an<l Pun^y hy wppointme.w.
PATENTS AND PENSIONS.
ADvTcE~fr«er7o charge unless successful.
GEO. P. CAMPBELL. Lawyer. Examiner D *•
QUEEN" OF HEARTS— Am still at same place.
Please send one word. COWBt>Y.__
THE present whereabouts cf MR. ALEXAN-
DER KAHL ZITTERUAKTH. formerly a
clerk, born Is33. emigrated 1SS6. lived in !>»•
ir. New York. 22 W. 16th «.. is wanted by his
sister. Any lnfr>rmatK>n may be addressed to
the Consulate General of Austria-IIuneary.
In New York, or DOCTOR JOSEF HOCKE.
in Vienna (Austria)^ :»y __
ALL persons are hereby n<Mtned that I will
not pay nny bills contracted by any person M
persons whomsoever without my written au-
thorlty. H. M. KAYWARD-
GENTLEMAN about to settle In Mexico City
will be glad to execute commissions, repre-
sent commercial house, etc. Box 63. Call.
CONSTIPATION cured by usln? tho Dllatw or
Blood Circulator; self-treatment: r.o drugs or
[ medicine. 9S2 Geary st.; consult free.
I PRIVATE detective work.; reasonabla ratw: 19
years' experience. J. B. RAY. 357 Jessie st.
LEDEUER la the hair dresser who gives you
the latest hair styles for the least money. 35c.
ewltchea. <1 Cp. 123 Stockton it.
MATTRESSES AND PILLOWS— Tel. South 732:
made to order: renovated: honest work guar-
anteed; feathers and hair cleinwj; uphol-
stered furniture cleanine; a specialty: fine up-
holstery. HOPKE BRO3.. SIS and CO 11th st.
ELECTRIC lights la every room — 'Winchester
Hotel. 44 Third St.. near Market: TOO rooms:
25c to U 50 per 'night; Jl 50 to $* per week:
free 'bus and bacgasa to and from the- ferry.
SUITS to order on Installments; $15 upward; $1
. a week. LEON LEMOS. 1117 Market »C. be-
tween Seventh and Eighth.
LEDERER'S Qulntonlca Hair Tonte stops tha
hair from falling out. price S3c bottle.
ASK for uneqaaled E>. F. Black Suede- Glares;
$1 25 a pair; guaranteed. 121 Grant av*
SCIENTIFIC massage treatment by trained
male nurse from the East. 334 O'Farrell st.
LKDERER'S Foamo Shampoo cleanses tha
scalp thoroughly, 6c pkg. Gee sample pier.
DR. LAMOTTETS French Corn Paint. th« beat
corn cure: 23c. all druggists^
EUY your coal of LANGE & GOFF. successors
to W. H. Wiseman. 1711 Sacto. : tel. Sutter 2778.
ELECTROLYSIS destroys superfluous hair.
mole»: trial free. MISS EATOX. 1119 Setter.
SUITS to order on easy payments. Art Tailor-
ing Co.. 1644 Mkt., under St. Nicholas Hotel.
OLD gold, silver, diamonds and precious stones
bought. J. R. <EN'KEL. 817 Market st.
AL.FREDUMS Egyptian Henna; restores rrar
hair to Its natural color; II; at all druggists.
PHYSICIANS AND SCnCBOXS.
New hygienic sanitarium: supposed Incurabl*
chronic disease are cured by electro hygiene.
DR. C. C. O*DON NELL— Office and residence.
icrm Mark»t St.. between Sixth and Seventh.
WANTED- Lodging-house for cash or ex-
change, fruit and train farm, with or with-
out Improvements, cr exchange farms, for
home near bay. Apply A. L. W1LLKY. room
iq. 918 Market st.. S. V. : office hours 8 to 8.
HEAL ESTATE — CITY — FOR SALE.
10 MONTGOMERY ST.
i&CCO... '.. .'.'..'.....'...". .".'.Rents '"$S0O per annum
S;>ler.dld lnslda downtown centrally located
business and investment property: one-hall
block from Market and Fifth st«. ; store- below.
2 floors above; Investigate this; a close cflor
might be entertained.
$7C00 Rents $>15 per annum,
S flats on north, sunny side of Hayes st.. near
KtUmore; large lot. I7:6xlo7:6; pays well.
J^SCO iiarine view homa
. Splendid 2-story house of ( rooms and bath or»
Jcnes St.. near Union-st. cars; excellent ma-
ili.Ct'6 .'.'.'.'.'.'..'.'.'.'.'. Inside business property
Substantial S-*tory business building; store an 4
2 floors above: rents $1CSO per year: business
thoroughfare; mortgage SSCOO can remain: noth-
injr better for the money.
I19.CC0 Rents $213!) per annum
Three new elegant modern thoroughly un-to-
data high-class flats on Nob Hill; California
St.; very best location In town.
i3io6....*.*.".*.".*.*.'.".'.*.".'."**.'.'.'.'.'.Rent's 130 per month
I Email piece of business property; bound to en-
1 h«%nco In value: always rented; sure Invest-
ment: store and flat above; Folsosa St.. closa
%A2lb *.*.'.*.*.*.".".".'.*.".".'.*.*.*.*.".".".*. . .* Maice offer
, I Cheapest 2-story 9-room and batn residence for
sale on Eddy St.: splendid block: surroundings
first claas; street work done; lot S>xl37:S; mort-
gage |.'C-lO can remain.
.$11.000. .7. .7.7. .7 .\.7.7.7Rent $tif> per month
TJrree newly finished modern flats. 7 rooms and
bath each; looking into Golden Gate Park; sur-
rounded by nice homes: convenient to all cars;
street bituminlzed: lot 25xlC$:3; this Is a new,
clean and safe Investment for your money.
* '$^266.".".'.".'."."*.'.7.".'.".".".'.".".".*.*.*.".*.".*.*.".".*.*One-taird *cas£
Two-story house of 7 rooms and bath; Eureka
st.. near Twentieth; lot 25x105; cheap home.
$530 Owner mast sell
Owner wants cash at once: 1 or 2 $7oO lots for
J."0; Elizabeth st.. near Diamond; lot StSxlll;
very desirable for a home.
Only one~half a block from Market and Seven-
teenth st». and Castro-st. car*; 15 minutes to
City Hall; 2-story house of 7 rooms and bath;
lot 40- foot front; will surely sell this week; call
ilGO cash. . .*. . .'.*. . .*. .7.7. Rents" VlY 50* "per" "montli
• Beautiful modern flats located In the Mission;
finest chance for hemeseekers ever offered:
you pay us JCPO cash down and $3? S3 per month;
this Includes Interest and principal; In other
words, you pay bs what the flats rent for; you
buy the property for your rent money.
; * BALDwiN' '&' HOWELL.* 'JOMontgOTne'ry' st! * *
" CREAM OF PARK LOTS!
' Opposite new Park entrance „
¦ ....Rare chance for home builders and In-..
. . vestment seekers
J ....Choicest building lots on very easy pay-..
..ments; on the H-st. electric cars and front-..
..Ing Golden Gate Park ar.d tha new 19th-..
. ..ave. boulevard: lots and streets on official..
Plank sidewalks, gas and water service....
> ....Low prices; bound to increase In value....
, ..Your own terms; interest only 6 per cent..
I ....Money advanced for bulldlntr purposes; the..
1 ..costliest and handsomest modern houses In..
..Sunset District ore now being occupied and..
> ..constructed on the new 19th-«ive. boulevard.*
....Call at once at our branch office (open..
• ..week days. Sundays and holidays), corner..
• ' ..of H st. and 9th ave.. south of Golden Gate..
..Park, and ask to/be shown thrse beautiful..
• ..lots. Full particulars and price lists also..
• ..at our office
BALDWIN* A HOWELL.
: 10 Montgomery st.
I T. P. RIORDAN, REAL ESTATE AGEXT.
632 Market St., Room 2.
$3,500— €Cxl37:C: we3t side of Larkin St.. near
' Union: bituminlzed; grand view; must
be sold; make offer.
" J36,0CO— Fine large corner, fronting three streets,
with Improvements; near City Hall; flna
Investment : part cash, balance on o per
r cent mortgage.
$13, 500r- 80x73 feet; 'n» Improved corner; south
of Market st., with fine lmproreraents;
3 always rented; 11273 yearly: bargain.
J5.C03 — IOxS5; west side of Valencia St.. near
Twenty-third, with Improvements; rent-
ed for $50; good bargain.
'- $16,000— Beautiful corner residence of 18 rooms
j and all modern Improvements; fine lo-
cation; best bargain offered in the city.
- $25.000 — Fine investment on Mason »t.. near
J57.50O — Fine Improved business corner, payinc
• I have several fine corners south or
•- Market »t.. goo! investments, paying
well: great bargains.
!" 113.500— KxUO; Bu.«h «t near Polk; with good
Improvements: ifust be sold: bargain.
7 Call and s^e me if you want to sell or buy.
!• T. P. RIOKDAN*. «32 Market st.
1 CHEAPEST LOTS
IN* THE WESTERN* ADDITION'*
m " SELLING FAST. SELLING FAST.
~ $1250 upward: sold hy ord»r Union Trust Co.
to close an estate; splendid Investments or resl-
** dence lots; good lots for fiats: also business
r comers: block bounded by Fll'more. Ptelner.
Union and Green streets; streets accepted; lots
on grade: line marine views; close to most
7 fashionable residence section of the city: Flll-
more and Union street cars pass th« property:
m several Iot3 already sold.
LTON* A HOAG.
HI Montgomery «t.
'" IF you have well-located property In the Mls-
lt slon, either vacant lots or me* residence, and
't you really want to sell, then call on the under-
u flgned. W. J. GUNN, 530 California st.
n — — — — — —
M HAVE you property In the Potrero or Excelsior
t- Homestead Tract that you want to sell? Thea
call on W. J. GUNN*. iH California »c