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| I . THE MORNING CALL 7
I a a larger eiren'-.r i.in than any other
! 7.<»ier published in San Francisco. •■-?
'7 „ ° rUKI.I CATION - OFFICE :
-• ,„- Montgomery street, near Clay, open until It
'' x'i?ock „x- pK.W'll OFFICES:.- 710 Market
*- 1 •'..', : i car Kearny. open until 12 o'clock midnight;
" ''--ti Ha'es street, open until 0:30 o'clock: 603
''Jain street, open init-.l 8:30 o'lock, and 251S
Aaiiaiurr street, - :..n until 9 o'clock F. m. „ ■
7 /'St BSCKirTION KATES :
I CALL (Inclmllus Sundays), $0 per year by
s . t) l iP a,ftp:>ldt IS <•!(..> per week, or 115 cents per
--J fsrfeudar rneiith through carriers. DAILY CALL, five
( <„' pies three months, fti 25. SUNDAY CALL , twelve
i JSgtiO. ,1 so per s' < '-' ' Postpaid. TON DAY CALL
nid ■-. . EKLY CALL $2 60 per soar, postpaid:
„ ' .WEEKLY CALL (eiglit paces), »1 25 per year, prist.
"laid, 0 ' art's often (sent to one adrtrtss), $10.
I °A*£ * r — '. c'
- „'. -V lr AUCTION SALES TO-DAY..
. ' frsMim.-'if Chas. Levy, at 530 California
°tt.. st 3" o'clock. °
■ " VcßSiTcaK-'-By Ceo. F. Lamson. at 101 1 Market
...stJ,.»t la o'clock. ___I^_„
-'-'" t.'.V'EATHEIt FKEUICTIONS. J a
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: "">. = X Division <>■■■ i» K Pacific ' V
*s ° * ' * .*■ Fbaxciscv, 'i.irciiai, 1890—6 p. x.)
- Synopsis for '*"' Fast Tinnl>.r.,ur Hours.
V-" s ibe barometer Is highest near the month
ejf tho Columbia Kivce and lowest in Artzuua, The
„ ..teaiperatrrre has generally risen. Kntn Is reported
Si follows: Eureka .02 y Sacramento. o4, Fresno .02,
Sou Diego-ifc 0 o G . :•'■'.
..*••' , Forecast Till 8 P.M. Tuesday.
:'-. '"For -Cafllorola— Fair 'weather, northwesterly
'. i ads, - o„°o°.°.''o '■". ':"'•". ■■; :'■ A ,
• ' For "i; Oregon and Washington— Warmer: fair
" J'-*\a-t->tKer : varia I*'*1 *'* wind*- ;.° ... J. K. ' .j I- iui.o. '
; -■'" .■ °I hie: "call's' caxenuak.".. > s
.■'-.■.-'.• -°« J- . • " o Ar-.n, 1890.
7.' : 77 -t. \\. Th. F.jjtj " .Moon's l'liascs. . '
■V:X : -1 "-" » 1 * 5 . hv\., April sth. .
;v i—^.^ -X igj | Fun Moon.
'.— ■J-' fe f"7 "* 9. I 0 n,2 — — —
X '. ■ I . ~"~ ~ y7*a April l.th
•; '13 ll' 15 li> 17 IS 19 V-i^'Lasc Quarter.
' ' >6 '21 '-"-' 25: 21 ... '_■•; fiSk ° April ifth. „
.-. * £l_l^_' : _. __ — 1 — \av New Mo. .ir.
, J Q_r — — /-iS° April 26th. '
v ' :|~ |, . g J *a>i 1 irst Quarter.
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■^TJ^x7lxx : °.. aV^uj^l. isHO
° '::■..' , of our patrons who fail to •' find THE
'••'•-■ : //VG CALL for sale' by train-toys will
.. VT '.■'..■_': ya-. favor by notifying, this office, of .the
X- FElilAltlES..
"77.'. J "thing- is prettier is theory than a pri.
' • .: 5- ekclitn.' ' It .originated in the • town
t^'ej ting. Neighbors,' all known to each .
-•• -l.t-r. met to choose &c in. st lit of . tfieir
.iuuiber to represent the whole in eroyen
: ..fioii J or Leg; !afiire.'"JN man who did not
•st.intl well in the -unity would dare to
a r,i|..»ai.. ->>•„ nrr, body eistTfor'a re
ee.'- if the best citizens, in the
. ron the. meeting,. they" had at
io-, power in • the . proceedings,
f course, no other .".resemblance
.he primary election in a city at
sent time rind a '."town meeting"
at both constitute original sources
".."'. ?tity. At the city primary the so
„_■ . '..ood citizens are never seen. Men
. 'V .' : . ke politics their business have taken
' .-_ ' ;'. .';nessoutof tiieir hands. The. tickets
. ' : ."•• . '.»ared without consulting them. If
:. '•'•'.■ J good citizens present themselves
■ • ;.-'■'. :';';. ! reir.. own. list of delegates ' tho
.'•".""-.. : '. in' "charge will see that not
"".....'•-:' ihem vote to change the result.
-■- . '.J.'ave been primaries in this city
'„ . -considerable nerve wan required on
■ut-of"a body of eood citizens who
• " ' ,osed to have an influential voice in
_• election of- delegates. The average cit
.i-:,'--«.'/>_ return from such contest with
£:- feelinS* .'. X -rind that popular gov
ernment «as rot quite »— t be had sup-
J~Tyr~*4 it "to be. A correspondent - »_'
"Everybody's Column "tells us that -it
:Xwas only by the unpatriotic negiect; Ml
I J!ie tier classes of oar people that we haT
"py-.'i a riotous primary election the last
X ;,.••■; lc '*-.. abfjact tnis is true; latin J
__^______m__a__m*r*X*m ~~'%^ I
OOskC? He wouid go out and vote"
, . aid without having to fight his way
Us. Most of them vote at the gen
"tioa, and would at the primary if
\ "iliicted with the same regard for
. ta. .fonal safety of voters. We quite
„ iigree with our correspondent that it is
" time something should be done. The boas
.system initiated in the election of 1888.
Tiiejspeciacle that was. exhibited during the
session of tlie Legislature of 1889 has never
been equaled la this State for venality and
audacity. The boss of the dominant
Tarty received delegations of citizens in his
. apartiuenf. and arr-ttged with them as to
r.wi'iat' bills ='. odld" be passed arid what de
. Everything went that had money.
V.beiiip'd'iL Men ■ who had pet schemes to
. push-. forward by aid of money declared
■' thatit-waS' a pleasure" to deal with a one
■-. man' Legislature. They could find out in
- a short time. what "could-" be done and what
.'hof, and/what'-either would cost But the
I people, had to pay -the bills. The one-man
:"-; Legislature : raised-" taxes : about 30 : per"
'cent; in 'the. State, and- his lambs are in
.•.' dhniarit- because ' dollar-limit - pledges stand
iii the/way of a Kke result in this city. :-'. ."■
"- '-.' ■.-'.-,.'-:. '-.l=±
..•".' :';'..'»'. t'.MIEK FIKK. .
• j&<-t of Mr. J. W. Sweeney to Gov
ernef"Tv,..tennanj reviewing the letter of
". the Governcr in-declining to declare the Ist
of May a legal holiday at the request of the.
Eight-'houJr League is worthy of a careful
reading by the Governor and his political
friends. The Governor had. an undoubted
right; to ejx'ercise.the faculty of mind which
• hb .considers*. his judgment on the legal
holiday proposition, ■ but be would have
done, Utter to decline . without ■ giving ; a
reason- than to withdraw labor from - its
' I .place us the .basis, and foundation of our
j entite,in4ai„:rial system. Labor and busi
° •ii other words, the employed.- and
* tJ:e employer— are in many ways mutually
dependent upon each other, hut the distinc
tion" •■■■•• be made that labor builds and
' business builds upon labor. There may be
ycoßside,raJ)le Industrial activity without'
v* hat is techriicallykcown as business, but
•tliere. can be nothing without labor. . At
- .Oiis.-ptriod" in the world's history labor is
looking ; up. ' The wage-earner is more nu
• 'rici ous 'and.. more powerful than ever be
fore. . iXmess methods have for " Memo
time 'ended to the consolidation Targe
'* interests m.dor ■ management. In place
.of- hrn.s composed of J. several ' men, each
„orKi„? wiA his own hands, we have
companies . ait** corporations . with "0 few
- owners. and. many workers. V Owners desir
_..PU« .1 the largest possible profits have
adopted labor-saving machinery to an ; ex
tent .small firms doing the greater part of
• „' t, own work would have thought im
practicable. .The, result is an apparent ex
ecs of, workers. The consumption V of .
afi^d S <ioes not keep pace with production.
,/,"•'^'flit-hour League urges that the
remedy is s. reduction in the hours of labor.
\.,rb- etc ." c too many workers let each
riosi.iln ' ° less work. This is a sound
•Thi "to take, with the proviso that the
-- . --'" ;m -League shall coyer in its work
•niJi" s V <*•<* SUbjeCt to ' one set of '
■"ns.- If we have eight hours ia San
tftVvvnv a '"l teu in Chicago, the Tatter ;
oon« win underbid us for work that can be
7 1 "«,„ one place and transported to
o ° lller v Designating a certain day as a
... " '■•'>' devoted to the interest of c
. ' , '. . .'d give the eigbAour issue iin
-' - * ... -^""e national { questions. It
... '.'•'?■ national movement and kept
. X -' 7°]' tic » except : ass some politician
:' , ;. 7 sell obnoxious to the organ iza-
' '-. " '" X- ,X.
,'>SFOlt SCIIOOL-TEACUERS. .1
. ''. '? under consideration by the New
'■':: '.'.:■ .'Kjslatura ' to „ give JJJ public-school
7,V.';V: va Pension after twenty-five years
Tun • -•*•' * ■*■ teacher, who represents her
'<■ "- 11 *X-° rn-iicr thau the proverbial church
IT" o yj'°, 868 ">* /.Pnsion scheme on tlio
Eroand thai there Jis a ci.,-" .relation, be- ■
| . te . n , CiT " vi vice pensioners and paupers.*",
:. a .sell-respecting teacher, she claims.' could '
''sail- ACCept a pension when all other civil
M.i .co servants are iv, lite i manner. re
warded. This teacher says: "Our work is !, ;
wearing; both mentally and physically, but J. !
> ', va, ' Bt ions give us an opportunity to re- j !
; 'uptnttc. .We get, in I most . cases.l a fair ! ;
■ - aipensatlon, and the number who belong $
t - Hiding associations indicates' that we
IB 'vemorteyif w,e would.'.' TlioTnlxty.f
til' : the teacher -who : writes r ; this is ' SSO a
month, and she opposes the pension scheme
J be ? an ??. she thinks the best interests of the
i tea.';her, , ; both ■' as | a professional i educator
. aud, a citizen, require that the bill should
not become a law. " . ■'..■";...'. .- -°
FAK.MKItV J'JtUJRCTS.
As might have been expected, the long
prevailing depression ; in agricultural prod
ucts is - rousing the farmers Jto consider
whether the evils from • which J they J suffer .
can be traced to the laws under which they
live.; Farmers' leagues. State granges and
farmers' alliances all over the country are
studying the question of prices and search
ing for plans to raise them. Upon ' their
success in the search the profit of 0 agricul-
D ture may somewhat depend. y*° ■„ c
Farmers in Marshall County, Minnesota,
having given exhaustive consideration to
the subject, agree that the price of wheat
would be raised if the J. Government bought
or built a railroad : for % the conveyance of
farm produce from Minnesota to the sea
board, and if, In' 9 addition, any ssurplus'5 surplus'
moneys in the Treasury .were 1. aned to the
farmers on the security of their land and
their crops, instead J of - being lodged in
banks to the credit of the Treasury., Other
farmers in lowa, noting thatrcoru in that
.state is selling at 10 "cents a bushel less
than last year, while the Liverpool price is
only 4 cents less, and the charge for trans
portation from lowa to the seaboard is the
same, call upon Congress to subsidize. fines : 0
of steamers on the, Atlantic in order to en- '
able them to carry freight at" rates below
those which now = rule. Other farmers'
in Kansas propose to organize a : receiving
depot in Kansas City, to winch " all grain °
grown in the State shall be consigned, tlio
depot to hold the wheat until a favorably'
moment arrives to market it. These and "
Other schemes of = the like nature, "are being '
commended ih conventions and discussed '".
in the newspapers. They latlier teud to
..create an impression that acknowledge of
agriculture is not invariably accompanied
by an acquaintance with political economy.
„==lt very -rarely occurs that' it.is' iv tiie
power of governments to sustain a falling
or to check a rising market, I'ricesrise
' and fall in obedience to the law of .supply,
and "demand ;« c and that is a law which no
Congressional statute can override.. If tire
price of wheat and corn is unTemiinejative f
it is because.there is more of both tl an the
world is prepared to consume.-* at -current.
prices.'and neither the embarkation i the*-
Government in the railroad business* nor. its
assumption^, of the functions.";^ a banker
nor its Interference in the. ocean-steamship
business .would mend the matter, When in
• the past crops have failed and famines have "■
* resulted governments have often attempted.
. to keep bread cheap by enacting maximum"
-laws, and punishing forestalled and re.
'graters,', but the device always tailed and.,
made matters' worse;: -There. is nothing to
j be di do hut to wait patiently until the turn
comes and equilibrium is restored.': is;"'"'-".'
c . The .trouble with '- agriculture in such
States as lowa and Kansas and Minnesota
is that their chief products do not command
on the average a price which enables 3 them"
to stand much "transportation' at the ordi
nary market rates. • They, are too far from
their market. The late Commodore JVan
derbilt used.to say that farming at such a
distance from the great centers of distribu
tion would never pay because the carrier
would charge all the farm' produce was
worth for hauling it to the consumer. Hail
way competition lias to some extent falsified '
tho • prediction. The Dakota, farmer: does,.',
once in a way, make money by growing
| wheat • or j sale jat LiverpooL But . he. is",
handicapped all the time by his freight
bills. 'And this would continue to be the
case if the freighting business were taken
out of the bauds of companies and trans
ferred to the people at large, as represented
by the Government. There is no reason to
believe that the Government, which is in
stituted for a totally different purpose,
would be able to carry wheat or corn more
cheaply than the railroad companies or the
steamship companies. On the contrary, as
. thelr'agents wcsil^e unskilled in the busi
ness there is every reason to believe that in
their hands the farmer would fare (rone
than he does now. "*" ...*•.•
WHAT HKCOMKS OF THE MONET?
V A correspondent wants to know what be- ' I
comes of the large sums of money-foreign' I
investors are reported as bringing to this |
country. Sales of properties to foreign
syndicates are reported to the amount of
160,000,000, more or less, aud no correspond
ing movement in specie appears. There
are two principal reasons why the sale of
properties to foreigners does not bring
money to this country. The first is that
American securities are held largely abroad,
and consequently payments for American
properties may be made with these securi
ties and without handling a dollar of coin.
It is true debts to the amount of the pur
chase have been paid, .but there has" been uo
transfer of gold or silver, to be reported.
A second reason is that the people of the
United States spend, collectively, vast sums
in Europe. JNot far from 100,000 Americans
go to Europe each year, and but few get off
with an expenditure of less than §1000.
The trip can be made for less, but if a few
months are spent in Europe tbe thousand
. one may start with will easily disappear. In
this one custom there is an annual expor
tation of money greater than the reported
amount of foreign syndicate purchases of
American properties."! And then it must bo
renumbered that a large number of rich
American women are - supporting v foreign ,
husbands in good style in the oldcountries.
A good ninny millions go this way. Other
millions go for foreign goods purchased
abroad for personal wear, and consequently
not subject to duty.. Such goods of course
do not appear in our foreign trade balances.
There are also quite a number of Ameri
cans. of means living abroad who are not
numbered, among the, tourists. In most
cases their investments are in this country,
and the revenues transmitted to order. On
the whole it is not surprising that the said =
of $(10,000,000 of . American properties does .
not call for the transfer of much - foreign ° •
money to this country. "As"- 0 ■"*' •° • -.
I : - V .
ONE.
The conviction of Sheriff Flack ■ of JNew
•York brings one of a gang of scoundrels
within view .of the " Stale ' Penitentiary."
Flack, , however,' was but one, and -in a
moral sense not the, deepest in , sin of all.
A judge, empowered by the people to deal
• ■frith' such men as Flack, appears to havo
been a coworker a with him.; The 'World
says/In commenting upon the conviction of
Flack : - '.-, j ■-.' -. „-, - -,-;; :<-
J Hooks . was Intimately associated . with
these convicted conspirators id the transactions
I for" engaging;; ln which they have been found
guilty of cilme. . The Urairtl Juiy which In
■ dieted them oßlciallydeclated him to be a sharer
In their niiscieance, and refrained from'includ
ing him in the indictment as one of the con
spirators only because his judicial position for
bade.'.'.'> X?:';.'; ■° :';.'; •■ --.-»■ .?£ r__ w -;■
7 The Grand' Jury refrained from including
him : 'in ; the 'indictment because of his
judicial position. The . law '--. may. provide
some other 'method of reaching a corrupt
judge than „those employed in bringing
ordinary rascals to trial, but these methods
should not he such as to screen J him. -For
the same offense a judge should be punished
-twice Jas severely ;as J other te?n. . When.'
corrupt or, iii any, way law-breakers they
', betray the public in a double , sense. - It is
all very well to convict Flack, but it is not
| well to permit a judicial associate | in crime
to continue the J exercise " of judicial ; func
etions while his principal is being tried and
' after he has been convicted."--
BTZUi HUNTS.
SinctvSaniuel°J.. Tilden showed smaller
politicians the way a still hunt is becoming
fashionable in politics, Vln this State four
years ago a fttll hunt secured a Democratic
Legislature in the face of | a slight Republi
can majority on the State ticket.. The junior
California Senator was the result. In New ,
1 oik the report Is that Governor IlilWnnd
his lieutenants havo determined on a 'still
.'hunt to secure, if possible,* the next Legis
lature.'.'The State) was badly gerrymandered
i some years ! ago J by.' the : Republicans and
since then the | Legislature has J been of that
j party without much regard jto I national ' or
State J tickets.';; In ; the ' present a Legislature
there i? are i ninety 2 Republicans^ and i bat
; seventy Democrats, ■ although t the Demo
crats have men? than half of . the popular
vote. A gain ef eleven and a loss oX nine
; will give ( the Democrats . the next legis
lature. Stll! hunts are most effective hSw
ever. when hey are aoVititt that no *V
knows there Is a hunt going on. ' „'•'•■
|rUE MORNING CALL, "/SAN: FRANCISCO, TUESDAY, APRIL 1, \lßoo-^TGTIT iWI^.
IXIEIiNjTIONAI. ; COrVKIGIIT.
The American ? Copyright League, of
which '? James Kussell -Lowell is President.'^
is . concentrating 0 its j efforts to secure I the',
enactment of j the copyright bill now before 9
Congress. A circular letter issued by the
'league says that the bill is the cordially'
accepted c platform of the entire copyright
movement; 1 it accepts the following limita
tions °- upon J the privileges extended ;te
" foreign authors : First, "tho work so copy
-1 righted must be printed from, type set in
this country" ; second, "the sale of foreign
editions and plates of works so copyrighted 1
is not permitted." With the, permission of
American owners J of. copyright, foreign 1
books I may be imported -in parcels of ; two ,
for use, with a view to the benefit of col
leges, libraries -and schools that may desire J
I Special English editions. .It is also pro
t rifled that editors may import newspapers
and | periodicals for quotation ' even 5 when
they contain copyright articles- 5 • v' '
The ; league directs attention to a plan
■ for international copyright I presented |in
the 'Nineteenth^ Century by Mr. I'earsall
Smith, ot' whicn the following are the main
features : 5 First, '.'that any American pub
lisher shall lie at liberty to print editions of
the I works of a foreign author under the
rendition 'of paying to such author a royalty
of,V 10 per cent' on the retail ," price" ;
second, "that this royalty shall be paid by
the purchase from the author, in advance
of the publication of the American edition,
of; stamps representing the above rate, as
many stamps 'being bought as there are
copies printed in the edition, and each copy
of the book that is placed on the market by
the publisher bearing ono of these stamps
conspicuously affixed." The league opposes
Mr. Smith's plan. It quotes from Ileibert
.Spencer to show that the°»plnu would be a
direct o' : interference with the laws of
trade under which the author, like any'
other producer, had the right to select his
own ageiitsnnd to make his own bargains."
The league further objects on the ground
that "no Legislature was competent to de
termine." what was a lair rate of profit to
author." Notwithstanding these objec-
the plan of Air. Smith would fairly
compensate such foreign authors as Ameri
can, •publishers might desire to .'reprint
The international copyright would not of
'oiirse affect the right of the foreign author
to. make terms for the' publication. of his
work in his own: country, lt • does, how-
I ever, give him a reasonable percentage of the
receipt.- of .the. American publisher on ac
einii.it of the foreign work. Possibly the
real reason Mr. Smith's plan is not ac
cepted by the league la that it does not
give to one American publisher a monopoly
of the" light to reprint. The league gives
as one reaSon why the copy right bill should
be passed that it will render. practicable "a
large noinber of international undertakings
Which cannot be ventured r upon without
-assured control of several markets." Again
tlie league says: " ' c 'A°larg« number of im
portant JsßgUsb 0 and | Continental worts,
American 'editions of which would prove of
material service to American student- and
readers, it is not practicable under the
".present state of things for American pub
' lishers to undertake at all, as in case their
reprints are favorably received, any pros
pect of profit from these is promptly de
stroyed by the competition of, rival and un
authorized editions, which receive J tho
advantage of their literary judgment and
advertising." This argument sounds famil
iar.. Something like it is advanced in sup
port J such combines ns the Standard' Oil,
'ijiigiVF and "the. hundred other trusts pro
iV-ed in industrial pursuits. Give a com
bine complete contiol of the market and it
will promise not to charge exorbitant prices
and in a general way to conduct its busi
ness for the good of the people. The pub
lishers' trust does not differ materially from
several others.
FINE AND COAltSfc GOODS.
A free-trade journal discourses, not very
wisely, as follows:
Monopolies and trusts strike always at the
necessaries of life, and tlio articles required and
used by the mass of the people. Thus in the l:e
--i iil.iic.ii, tariff common coarse blanket* aud
woolen goods always bear a much higher duty
than tlio line goods used by tlie rich, aud this dis
crimination runs through the whole of the Ali
son bill and Its successor^} he .",_iUj.ilt-v bill.
f-'fTle discrimination ounVi e-tracie contem
porary complains of has firmly established
the branch of tlie woolen industry which
produces the coarse varieties of cloth in this
country. It was shown in the tariff debate
in the House in 1888 that as good cheap
suits were made in this country as in Eu
rope at the same price. Europeans excel us
in the manufacture of the finest varieties on
much the same principle that certain brands
of French champagne are better than any
product in California. In tlie old countries
there are processes handed down from
father to son by which the best results
either in cloth, silk or wine are obtained.
A great deal of labor is involved in these
processes and if we knew how it would not
always be profitable. to follow them. Mer
chants who "are importing woolen cloths
from Europe and "also receiving similar
goods from Eastern- manufacturers say
the Americans are gaining ground. They
are producing better goods each year and
the excess of cost is covered by the duties
on foreign goods. When we read that im
ports of cloths amount to $50,000,000 a year
or more we do not stop to think that there
are as many millions of people in the
United Slates as the sum of our imports.
In other words we import one year with an
other a dollar's worth of cloth for each in
dividual In the, United States.. Tho prod
uct of our home mills is infinitely greater
than our imports. Anil yet there are people
who think that the protective policy has
accomplished nothing.
WYOMING.
°. J . - ————— -?'.
The House has passed a bill admitting the
Territory of Wyomiug to Statehood in the
Union, and it is expected the . Senate will
"concur.. The chief peculiarity of Wyoming
l is that the Constitution establishes woman
, suffrage without a popular vote on tho ques
tion. It is contended by many who are uot
opposed to woman suffrage that such tin in
novation should not be made without the
concurrence of the people. The right of
woman', to ° vote extends back to 18C9, when
there?, were about 9000 people in the Terri
tory. Since that time the; question has not
been submitted, and of course women who
chose to do so have voted. If Wyoming is
admitted with a Constitution giving the full
elective, franchise to women it will be the
only State in the Union to do so.' Washing
ton Territory allowed women to vote at oue
time, but when the question was submitted
as to incorporating woman suffrage into the
State Constitution the electors voted against
it. There are several . States iin which
women have partial suffrage. In fourteen
they vote on school questions. In Kansas
they have the. right to vote at municipal
elections. The proposition to give women
tho J full suffrage has been submitted in
several ; States, but has invariably been
voted down. "*f be real reason for this ad
verse action is that women do not seem to
caro to vote when they have a chance.;. lv'
Kansas they only vote largely when some
temperance or religious question :is . up.
The advocates of ". woman suffrage contend,
however, that with full suffrage they would
take more interest in public affairs. Some
are inclined to say that they will . not vote
j at nil if a distinction is to be made between
their tickets and those men vote. '•
Jeuiiokial .notes.
, Japan proposes to supply the San' Fran
cisco market with coal from mines in the
northern part of the country. It is reported
that a syndicate with $7,000,000 to back ! it
will develop these mines. • . ..-'■■ V^X <
Governor mil of New, York has J declared
himself opposed to reform in matters con
nected with elections by vetoing the Saxtorii
Ballot Reform _ Bin. Ho ; puts '■- it :on . .the
ground that the bill is unconstitutional.
tf The renorts J from tlio J Lower Mississippi
Valley are. not \ encouraging, nnd "a large
number of ■ plantations in the vicinity of
Austin i aro submerged. J The water came
on -i so ■-. rapidly ; that the occupants 1 were
forced to floe, and were unable to save any
of their property. ,V ■-. ■■ - - . ;--•■?
The Republican Tariff Bill baa at last J
-1 been presented. Tbe> minority * will ¥. be
granted ten days' time in S which to f offer
amendments if they have any. * .Should the 1
bill paty in its present for© it will, accord- ?
■ ing to j McKinlcy, Chairman sof * the Com
mittee on Ways and Means, effect a reduc
tion of $45,000,000 in the revenue.* V*XV "~
Hy a decision of the' Court of Claims, an-
noiinced yesterday in the action; of; Repre
sentative Grain to recover his salary, which
was drawn and embezzled by Sllcott,'it'ao-~,
pears that the United States i.i responsible"
for the money,' judgment having been f^iven
for.? the claimant. 2lt is ? probable JJ that to
prevent other suits '• being commenced an
appropriation - will!, be J made to' meet " ths
claims of the others who were losers by Sil
cott's defalcation. .-
Whatever ultimate good might result from
the gold of that somewhat mysterious "En
glish I syndicate" that is, professedly.' ever.
, anxious to gobble up and annex any or all
of the California -breweries, one ■ present
fact is gradually asserting itself. - The host
of conllictiug idle rumors, as ' confidently
circulated as they aro persistently contra
dicted, Jis exercising a certain unsettling
effect on the trade ' concerned. The uncer
tainty, Jto ; say the least, attaching to re
ported .. transactions, ; which are utterly
untraceable, can work no good. Customers
excuse themselves by professing ignorance
as to whom t'aoy are actually dealing with.
"Why, I heard you'd sold out!" is now an
everyday greeting on the street and in the
markets. It would certainly be far better if
these repeated denials of a contemplated
change of ownership were at once contra
dicted or confirmed from some authoritative
source.' Trade would then be rendered
sounder and more secure. '.Meantime the
denials come from the breweries.
Ten Thousand Easier Eggs at Townseud's. •
Aiiaik \VEL(iai:n, lawyer, CO7 Moutgnmeiy St.,
rooms 5, Gaud 7. :No charge unless successful.*
CnoiCE Cream Mixed Candy In 2. -4 and 6
pound Japanese baskets at -5c a pound. Town
seud's.... o. . ■ .0 -. ".: •
Srr.iNQ: Opening.— Mrs. Adcock, 10 Kearny
street, will display her new importations to-day,
aud continue miring the week. *
P J.F.Cuttek'sOi.i. I 1 BO .v.— This celebrated
whisky is for sale by all Brit-class druggists and
grocers. Trade mark— star witliiu a shield. •. * ■
Customs and Ki:v::.\i'K.— for duties
at me Custom-house diulug stlre past week
amounted to $173,805 02, making ,1 total since
January Ist of $1,928,021 »9. Internal revenue
lecelpts in the han Francisco District during ihe
same period amounted to $211,350.
Avoid harsii purgative pills. They make you
sick ana then leave you constipated. Carter's Lit
tle l.iver Fills regulate ibe bowels and cure you .•
IlENitr P. Ikving's Estate.— Judge Coffey
yesterday ordered a distribution of the estate of
the late lienry P. living, who died to January,
1887. The legatees are Mary I. Thornton of
New \ 01 la 111,11 ItobeitK., Carter li. and Isabella
Irving ot Virginia. - .
SLifliiTLY Imperfect 1.1 n .merits but skillfully
repaired very chean during tbe grand annual
Clearance sale at -Nathan, Dobrmauu A; Co.'s,
130 Stiller street. ' •
. Ol TLIM.iI Its Usefulness. - The Folding
lion - Gate and Guaid Company lias applied to
the Superior Court for permission to dissolve as
11 corporation, the dissolution havlui: beeu voted
lor at a meeting of ihe stockholders. Tlie Com
pany was Incorporated January 17, 1883.
HcsßAxn's Calcined Magnesia Four
bis' premium medals awarded. More agreeable
to the taste and smaller dose than other mag
nesia. For sale in bottles only, with United
Stales Government registered label attached,
williout which none Is genuine. At druggists
and country stores. " *
Adjockned foe One Week.— Judce Gather
yesterday adjourned D.-paitnient 1 of the Su
perior Court until next Monday, as lie Is en
gaged in Ihe trial of a Chinaman in Judr;e Mur
phy's department for tbe crime of murder.
A New Building and I.onn Association.
Subscription books tor stock la tbe Home In
vestment Association are now open at Room 3,
-Ileal Esiate Associates' Building, 230 Mont
gomery street. Office hours Irom 12 m. to 5. p.
at. Judge J. P. Sullivan Irai beeu elected Presi
dent and W. 11. (iag.iu Secretary. . •
Estatesop Insane li EBBOKB.— MInaD.SoIo
mou yesterday applied tor lelleis of guaidlnn
ship on tl. e person and estate of hei daughter,
Li Hie Crocker, au Insane person. The estate Is
valued at $3500. She also applied for similar
letters In relation to Sinai I). Solomon, another
child who Is Insane, whoso prouerty ls valued at
s-'itoli
Harm Billiard Parlors.
Invitation cards for an "At Home" and grand
reception on Tuesday, April Ist, at 4 o'clock in
the afternoon, have beeu sent out by Messrs.
Jesse K. Marks and Ike Deutsh. The occasion
Is the opening ol thejruew billiard parlors at the
Vosemite Palace, 8 Eddy street. The rooms cer
tainly aie something for the new proprietors to
be proud of. The decorations are bright and
effective, the delicate tints ot til- walls being re
lieved by choice picture*, all combining, will: a
celling prettily paneled, to |.A«ent arriexceedlngly
tj^j^_iii".. mi i i i'»., * • a. ... — ,- .-— - -' ...
_\ toe names oi the m»_ers, Brunswick &
lia.ue is sufficient guarantee. The Hanoi-taut
auesliOG ot light is heie reduced to a science
sixty-eight Incandescent limits forming not the'
least 'tractive feature or the rooms. The care
rul equipment of mat necessary adjunct, the bar,
has deceived special attention, auu the choicest
aud only the choicest liquors and cigars will
minister to the Wauls ot its latrons. From
1 to 4 o'clock .in the afternoon on the
opening day will be reserved for ihe ladles,
who are availing themselves of the Invitation to
be piesent In great numbers. •
Keeping Up the Fines.
Judge Joachimsen sentenced Ah Ilonp, a
Chinese, yesterday to pay a fine of S4OO tor
visiting a lottery place, or to go to jail for
400 days in default of payment. An appeal
was taken from the decision.
That tired feeling which affects nearly every one
in the spring is driven off by Hood's Sarsaparilla,
the great spring medicine arid blood purifier. Take,
it now, to realize the greatest benefit.
No buffet should be without a bottle of Angostura
Bitters, the South American appetizer. Manufac
tured by Dr.J.G.B. Bisgart & Sous. Ask your druggist.
One taken RBI Nl,.lir stimulates the liver,
carries off the bile and Improves the digestion and
appetite. Outer's Little Liver Fills. Don't forget this.
llKiin.AM) Brand or Milk (unsweetened) ls abso
lutely pure row 's milk evaporated to a rich cream.
iii-jioiiEST Patterns— Spring styles. Catalogues
free. Agency, 228 Post st., below Stockton.
.
GitK.aT It Kin-, ii. is In Louisiana Sugar, at Sbar
boro 4; Co.'s, 531 Washington street.
Fi.na Disordered Liver try I'.ki-. ham's I'ti.iJsJ
NOTICES OF AIEKTINOS.
ifF-"~3= Masonic Funeral Notice— Oitl- jr.
***** i-ers and members of Mission Lodge, Ma.
No. 169, V. and A. M., are hereby notified toTl"sr
attend the funeral of our deceased brother.
JACOB KAKMELENSKI, of Mollno Lodge, No
'.51). of California, from King Solomon Hall
Masonic Temple, THIS DAY (April Ist), at 1
o'clock t, __ Master Masons and friends of the de-
ceased are tordialli Invited, By order of tbe Mattel
»Pl It J. It. BUSCELLE, Secretary.
ByiS* ' I'acific l.oilj-e. No. 136. F. and 7«~"
***** A. M.— Officers anil members are notr- AA
fled to attend a stated meeting this ti Es-"tr 77
DAY) EVENING, April Ist, at 8 o'clock. /^\
It GElilt.i: sliTuN. s-.-rrctary.
! srAg* Oriental 1.. ,<!-... No. 144. X-\~t_
***** and A.' M. — stated meeting THIS _%
EVENINU at 7:30 o'clock. - ... . . Vfyf
It ,-■ - YV.H. LOKIN'O, Secretary, /\y\
tty-JS' Ooiden Oate I.oilitp, No. .10, v a „
***** V. and A. M.— stated meeting THIS ZV
. (TUESDAY) EVENING, April Ist, at 7:.iO , W'V'
o'clock. [lt»j GEO. J. HOBE, Secretary. /Ny\
{V_&* Hermann I.o.ljre, No. 145, -n x i___ff-- '
*****. I. O. O. F.— The and inem-£jli__&>&_-
bers of this lodge are requested to be
present at the next regular meetiug, on '*S>7ii'S?>-
WEDNESDAY EVENINU, April 2d." Election of
representatives to the Grand Lodge and election of
nominee for D. D. Grand Master. By order . -
UEOItGE HAUB, N. O.
Husky T.moTZKr, Sec. ■ apl2t
SPS > „ Officer* and Members of vv^ffiffitfe.
IX***. California ltebekah Degree^f__t__^_.
Lodge, No. I— You are hereby notified^§HSS^3?
to attend the funeral of our late '^A?/I\\f* > * » -.'
brother, J. V. HKYN, at '2 o'clock TO-DAY, from
the Howard I'resbyterlan Church, on Mission St..
bet. ihird and Fourth. By order Noble Grand
___* -.- ■ t- -.- LIZZIE K. ROY, Secretary.
rKS»-Knreka Alliance, No. 3, of sr*\ •
-** 1 * St. Patrick's Alliance of California- M&L
1 he regular semi monthly meeting of the )i!^LSS
above alliance will be held at St. George* V tl S S3S SI
gall. 909 Market st., THIS ESI.AV) *=*SC^
E\ LN 1 n ' Apr.l Ist. A. V J. iIEAVEY, Ires.
C. D. Bbookk. Sec. ■-... „,,.*. jt
IKS" Hritisli Benevolent '■ Society — The
I*^" regular monthly meetlni; lain he held on
TUESDAY, April Ist. at 4 p.m. important busi-
ness. A full attendance Is requested: -. %M
" .7.7,. „ J - H ' UOlll.NSON.rrcsluent,
BE.vj. Clark, Secretary. .v.- It
B'JSr" To lUu Officers and 3lciiibcr«»-^_
***** of the M. M. B. A. ; You are Hereby fT*~Sfc ■
notilled to assemble at your nail. 421 Post I IkJ/ %V
st., TO-DAY (Tuesday), April ist, at litioji — ■ ™*
F. m., for the purpose ur atteudlng the funeral of
our late brother, F. J. HItYN. -•~=«~s»»*.ei.;.o < ifa* a »
mrBlBt .--.-- i. C. KSCHEN, President.
EtVS" Annual IHeeliirc; Notice— The Annual
l£*** nieetlurr of the stockholders of the Fidelity
Building and Loan Association for the purpose of ■
electing Directors and the transaction of such other
business as may lawfully come belore the ineetlnir
will be Held at the office of the association 90s Sa£
some St., next to the Pacific Bank, in thetlty of Ran
lTiinclsco, State or California, on MONDAY the
1411, day of April. A. D. (890, at 8 o'clock , ■ v' " '
.' mr 29 17t YVILLIAM K. LIITZ. Secret^
5^S» Stair TSnil.ler.— Jourtieamcn win '■
tf-'*' meet at Academy Hall, 927 Mission si - hll
tween Fifth and Sixth, on SvEDNESOtY EVEN-
ING, April ad. at 7:tio o'eiocf.. "'- 7 mrt;:) lit* 7
SQ^-,,-'* 1 We ' l '» News for IS Centa-The',
m*-^ VV HKKI.V L.ai.i.. wrapper, read a- 1.-r mailing. .
7-" W .'. /: BPKVIAI. ; NO'I'ICKS. :: --- 77 i
R^s=Flrst-clasa Book-keeperand Account- 1
tfr-s*" ant ..pen for engagement; squaring and bal-
ancing confusod accounts a specialty: security for
trustworthiness, and in-'-eiuun nt ability guaran- ■
teed. -Address S. I. Jt, Accountant, Box 100. Cam.
Branch Ufflce. ■Jt^-^j'fc-^y-w.-. .»-■-.■■ „-,■—> mr.ll 'M*
SKS»;33 Taylor »t.-^, Cleveland, from
***** New York, v/ith^ffew lady assistants: mag-'
netlc massage; Ito \fr. m. -■ '■■-. --■■-' - „ mrBO _*AJ-
_2&~-. a\i Sf^ ,l'.T° ee ** Discovered by the !
&*** celebrated ferf, :>lc physician. DX. E. VICE ot I
Berlin, for female .trouble, no matter from what"
cause, etc. ; no niei*.| ul e d ■„_ takeu; I safe- lin all ?
f/JawM-".? o ??.'^ '._A*V>lall. I Sole agent lor Cat, DR. V. j
1 hi ii-.k, l-i/iffnui.-,,, nn-. --.: . an be used at home.!
t ,JS;i^l«'iia'il'« Ejected for *4. ■ tolioT-JJ
7_amS£ "fmade, city or country, l'aclliu Coltoctloa f
. Company, California sl. ltomnr-'.' ' de 22 tt - *
E3P%'!.v$ k » hoos'itaiwl sold. S IfJr-tsßro). * !
■: ; Vx-i£*- j--
'J'- ; MEETINB- NO jjCES-^C^TiyfiTElj. "' -J'-; ;'r |
t£V&' ; A Card.-Johii Hoey, Inventor of tlie
fibs**' famous Hoey, Bed-lounge, sincerely thanks
the : public ■ fur the liberal patronage given 1 the
loiiuite from the very . first time it was put on the
market In this city, where It was Invented; and now
It isa well-known fact that it is the lounge all over
the United States: in fact, any lounge that looks
like too Hoey Lounge finds ready purchasers, and
; many a housekeeper -.alio goes out to purchase a Hoey
Lounge Instead brings borne an imitation, aud there-
by unwittingly defrauds the inventor of the fruits ,
of bis labor, as well as being imposed ou themselves.
The only way to avoid all this is to see that the in-
ventor's name Is stamped ou them, as lam now very
1 particular to stamp Hoey'a patent on ail I make.
Another good way i, avoid being Imposed on la to
have the dealer write on your bin of sale "Hoey
Patent bed-lounge," ami when you get borne and
should find out differently, you and I can have ths
i!,-:,!.! arrested for irauo and violation of letters
patent; penalty, $100. Respectfully, , .
JOHN HOEY.
■■ V. S.— The reason I do not give the number of my
factory is that it Is more convenient to get tbem
from the dealers In furniture, f mr 23 tf] ■J. H.
BKS* Gas fixture*. :of All • Kinds Very
EM? cheap. : HUFSCHMIDT. 637 Clay. au27 12m
IJf-TS" - Wanted— Contracts to Grow Hair
2vss upon the heads of ladles aud gentlemen who
are getting bald or are already so; no cure no pay.
Hindoo Hair Growing Co., 22 Geary St.. Room 7. 15 tf
KS" Ethel s Conklin, Sragrnetlc - Treat-
S^-*' merit. 156 Third St., Parlor 10. mr27 7t»
ftT^f- Dr. I". I*. Tierney— Oitico 14,S Mont-
t£*& gomery aye,— will, owing to the great, financial
depression among the working classes, reduce bis
fee to $1 per visit. • --■- . mr2l lm*
BA~i&* Advice Free— Divorce, lnsolvency, etc
3,-2/ ROBERT SCOLLF.It. Att'y. 211 Milter st. tf
p^y* • l'h,it,>i;rMi>li«r-«'liii. I.aincr, 715
tk*J/ Market St., makes the best photographs: also
the best life-size crayons, lramed, from $10 up;
gold wedftl 1889. ■ -.'-■-■■-.-. mrll lm
B^S* Mrs. A. Lsag. Nurse and Midwife,
tY2s5? a ;;eiit Dr. Slmius great uterine tonic, a harm-
less, positive relief for uterine weakness andobstruc-
tlous: satisfaction guaranteed. 40ii',4, Grove st. 6tf
a*_~&* Aline la-ay. with laa.s.- ale I.afont, beat
tt*.-/ massage. 1120 Market, Parlors 2, '2. jaa'J 3ru
_"£- The Only Safe Soro Specifies to
aa*ce regulate all female troubles, uo matter from
what cause. Never fall. Pills, $1. - Every disease,
cured. MRS. DR. STRASSMAN, 916 Post st. mr9 tf
OPTS* Ladi'is, If Disappointed, ■ See : Mrs.
Ets-iy I'll. i/.. 205 Fourth, ami be Coliieilte.'..S 1 in*
:r- ■}-• Hytlropatli Institute, arc: Sutler, i*
t-2Se prepared to treat patients of every kind, tf ■
ICtry Miss Cainille Harrison from New Or—
iS^-*' leans; magnetic treatment. 281,3 sixth, 14 tf
nr"B=" Mabel Ayer. Young Healer, 917
1-& Market St., Room 3. iur2 tf
*Ts=" Dr. X. Dodel, ISIS Howard St., near
jt-g Ninth; hours— l to 3. 6:30 to 7:30 P.M. flea tf
CfS 3 Ladies, Send for Our Pamphlets:
tir*& we have something new which will save you
trouble. Address KIRK WOOD HARD RUbbER
CO., cor. Market and Jones, -lth floor. Room 124, San
Francisco. Send stamp; lady agents wanted. 10 2m*
_A^- Alameda Maternity Villa— Furnished
w2dv rooms previous to confinement; private. MRS.
DR. E. FL'NKE near Encinal Park. mr2 tf
|KS= Mrs. Davies, 420 Kearny St.; Only
■-sg safe and sure cure for all lemale troubles. tf
JETS Julie In - ltlanche. .lluiriictic Mas-
w*£r sage. 1020 Market St.. Roomg 1 and 2. 1115 tt
WXAyjr- Dr. Hall, 420 Kearny St.— Diseases of
****c women a specialty, hours Ito 4. to ».mvs ly
IfPTS" Dr. Iticoril's Restorative Pills: Sue-
&*& clflc for exhausted vitality, physical debility,
wasted lories, etc.; approved by the Academy of
Medicine, Paris, and the medical celebrities. I Sold
by J. G. STEELE a CO., 0:1:, Market St., Palace Ho-
tel, San Francisco. Sent by mall or express. Prices;
box of 50, $1 25: of 100, *2; of 2011, $3 50; of 400,
$6. Preparatory Pills, $2. Seed for circular. Ic2 tf
SEtS" Dr. 1,. Goldschmiedt, Women and
'&*&■ children sj bills; ; 5 Stockton st; telephone
5054: residence. Baldwin Hotel. . mrl 3m
BSg=' Dr. C. V. O'Donnell— Offlc.,, ami Kea.
m*& NW.cor. Washington and Kearny st*. luytitf
i)ivii)»;no NO'ricp:s.
sf--S" Dividend Notice— Oilice of the l'»-
-»J5" cine Borax. Salt and Soda Company.' San
i\ranclsco, Mann 31, 1890— a meeting or the
bv-ard 0: Directors of the above-named company,
held this day, a dividend (No. 'ill) of one dollar
($1 00) per share was declared, payable THURS-
DAY, April 10. 1830, at the office of the company,
230 Montgomery St., Rooms 11 and 12. Transfer
books cio.-o April 5, 1590, at 3 o'clock p. m.
apl td - ALTON 11. PLOUGH, Secretary.
(tVS= Dividend Notice— Dividend No. 59
I*-*' (one dollar per share), of the oceanic Steam-
ship Company will be payable at the offi of the
company, 327 Market St., on and alter Tuesday,
April 1, 1890: transfer-nooks will close Tuesday,
March 20, 1800, at 3 o'clock p. m.
mrl 9 to apl R. 11. SHELDON. Secretary
K^Sc" Dividend Notice-Dividend No. SB
****** (3d,, per s nare) of the Hawaiian Commercial
and Sugar Company win be payable at the office ot
the company. 327 Market st., on and after Tuesday,
April 1,1890. Transfer books will close Tuesday,
March 25, 1890, at 3 p. m.
liirlil to apl E. H. SHELDON, Secretary.
SITUATIONS— FKM.ALR.
BEST HELP OF ALL NATION ALlTlUs'at't'hb
German Employment omce. MRS. ELI F.N,
208 Stockton st. - apl lt* .
LADIES— AT SWEDISH EMPLOYMENT OF-
iic-c. 524 Bush St., best servants. apl It*
Gl ERMAN WIDOW WISHES SOME WORK BY
VJ the day or week: oin-c-cicauiug or housework.
1301 Webster St.. near Ellis. - It*
\\' ANTED -POSIT lON AS WET-NURSE BY A
" strong, healthy woman. Address MRS. MAItY
MILLER. Children's Hospital. apl 14t
CJEASISTRESS WISHES SITUATION; WOULD
take car. of children; city reference: wages
$25. Address R. ('.. Box 33, this office, apl St*
yOUNG GIRL. WHO ISA GOOD PENMAN,
4. desires any kind or office work: wages no object
VA'.Ui. ■ aw., llox-lly^— . «T^»rb "fticcajal ___>
/hVmpetent dressmaker will sew in
VV families for $2 per day: cutting and fitting a
specialty. Dressmaker. Box 103, Can. Branch.l lit*
/VORTH GERMAN WOMAN WANTS TO TKAV-
a^^ el with a private family. 1 Martha place, off
Geary st., bet Mason and Taylor. i t »
Oil! Ail.. WANTED BY A WOMAN TO DO
at IWS p!cirt- SeW ° rk lor " small family. luouiro
a; Hi .9 Paciae st. It*
yOUNG DANISH WOMAN WANTS SITUATION
11 .'"i r o.'. 'L ,',"-', K , '" cl '-'l housework, Brooklyn
Hotel. 2UB Bush St.. Room 21. apl 2t*
/ MOM. COOK AND WAITRESS WANTS stfuA-
Vl Hon; reference. 14 William st. apl 2t*
VI'ANTFtD-bv RESPECTABLE YOUNG SWED-
" lab girl, situation take .care children In private
family. Please call 117 Natoma st. , ' It*
, COMPETENT WOMAN WANTS WORK BY THE
» -lay v.aliing. lro "' u ? and house-cleaning. Call
or address 323 Fourth at. It*
lIU'JS.S-MAKER WHO UNDERSTANDS CUT-
*_*_*** ntttrrg wishes few more engagements
by the day: no objection to go out of town. Annlv
MRS. ROBERTSON, 2Q.r7 Mission st. it* T
11' "MAN, WITH LITTLE GIRL, WISHES 8ITU-
" atlon do cooking or general housework; no ob-
jection to country. 1137 Harrison St., above
Seventh. .-....■. „-.■;.- , apl 3t .
OWEDISH GIRL WANTS PLACE DO LIGHT
O housework. 1015 Bryant St., ln rear, apl 3t»
p-OMPETENT SWEDISH GIRL WANTS SITU-
v- atiou to do genera] housework: best of refer-
ences given. 148 sixth St.. Room 60. apl at"
X ESPECTABLE WOMAN LIKE WORK
kind from 9to 5. 418 Post St., rear. It*
COMPETENT WOMAN WISHES SITUATION
Yin family; understands American or German
cooking. Apply 50 Nevada st., bet. Eleventh and
Twcinii. off loisom. ...-. It*
LIILST-CLASS COOK AND LAUNDRESS DE-
sires situation; city or country; with reference.
2,0 Jessie st. ■ l t »
I)ESPF.CTAbLE YOUNG GIRL WISHES A POSI-
-i t tion for upstairs work and waiting or take care
or grown children. Addle* M. D., . 33 Rlncon
"■l C '-'- ■--■:.. ■■-. ..-, . apl 2t*
rjIKL FROM THE EAST, A GflOD COOK;
VJ willing to assist with washing. 83 Howard
eoa "- ' --'■■- ■ ■ - '■? . ■ apl 2t» ;
OMAN WHO IS A FIRST-CLASS ENGLISH
" and American cook wants situation: city or
country; references. Address CO., box 92, Call
Branch Office. ""**."• _\, 1 -
U'IHST-CLASSCOOK WANTS SITUATION; UN-
x dcistands ail kinds thoroughly; no objection to
1 , :, , r ".'.' (?"'"-" : willing and obliging; good references.
1143 Mission st. . It*
yOUNG LADY DESIRES . A POSITION AS
x type-writer or copyist, or assistant book-keeper-
wages no object. - Address E. s., box 29, this
omce. -■'. ■■-■•:■■: -■ 7__ £ 2l » „
y OUNG GIRL TO ASSIST IN HOUSEWORK-
X wages $10: a good home. 1830 O'Ervrrell st. It*
VV ££»•*, LATELY "FROM THE EAST, WISHES
'» position to do general housework; city or cu.iu-
try. Address 1019 Howard st. - * it*
.THIRST-CLASS YOUNG LACNDRESS WISHES
day work. Apply 1101 Mission <"-. Room 24,
third floor. „-. - apl 8t« ,
ANTED— SITUATION BY A COMPETENT
.vi woman to do general housework ; is a good cook
vnd will do plain washing; references- wages rea-
sonable. Address M. N., box 98, Call branch
" mcc - •■ ■ •■ _apl_lt»
Iyr.MAN WANTS WORK BY THE DAY; GOOD
''reference. Apply 135 Langtou St. apl lit"
GIRL. 14. WOULD LIKE A SITUATION TO
.-. lak a re °,' a Cl '" u '" M * tat '" housework, i Ad-
'i.,rr< JJ LoUlsa "" off imith < *>*• r <"°om and
/larrison. - -. „ _ .... apl 2 t» , -
INTELLIGENT JIIDULE-AGED GERMAN
-i- Widow wishes position as housekeeper; city or
country. Address Widow, Box 92, Call branch
Offlce. . - - ■• ■-■...■■ .-■■-. apI L
AMERICAN WOMAN WISHES A SITUATION
as housekeeper or to take charge of gentleman's
home during summer months; an Al cook; 15
years' references. Address R. P., Box 107, Call
Branch omce. ■■-- ..- ■ ■■- . ai>l2t* -.-.-
'OMAN WISHES TO DO GENERAL HOUSE- -
work and washing: good plain cook; - c tv or
country. - 77Sy 3 Mission St., Room 20, second floor-
j M postals. .---...-,;. . . a»l2t* ' J
j.-\II.ItIENCEI> YOUNG GIRL WISHES A SIT!
XJ nation as nurse or chambermaid; win becener-
mil Ul, ' can 1 Lily »ye.. oif Powell,' brtflSiVl,
. ' l '"'■ ; : --..-■. »Pl 3 t « ,,. -.
V'OCNOLADY DESIRES POSITION AS COl'v" :
t\a\o t n c^ri r tVc k , A, ' sast P'«e;beLPo S we C .?Ld'
..lason, Green and Union sts . . ■ apl St*
HERMAN GIRL WISHES SITUATION IV NICE
aj2^-sa? M bmu ""> A
Y"UNG GIRL WISHES" SITUATION AS GKN- '
x eral housework. Apply 022 1^, Linden are. It*
\'"l M GIRL WISHES SITUATION TO DO UP- '
<x stairs work and sewing. Apply 013 Natoma. It*
jLO.DERLY I. WOMAN .WISHES SITUATION AS '
Ai cook or general housework: no objection to the
country. - Apply 44 Grove sl. ■ No cards, », apl 2t* ..
VH ,;>l( ,. GERMAN ,WO WAN WANTS SITUA- :
.4 Hon: is a good cook and worker; wages $20: cltr
» country ; no postals. I 567 Stevenson st. apl 21 1 "? : I.
V 2iK? n GIRL WISHES SITUATION jTO j AS- 1 [
A sist In upstairs work or housework: good sew JX .
to cut and fit : ; city , r conntryT wages $15 . aS:
jress Postofllce Pox 15, West Berkeley. Api 31 tl i'
]> < TABLE WOMAN TO DO i CHAMBER- 1 fi
II work; hotel or private family: city. c«n old
jreeuwlcli st., near Powell. .— -- ' ' apl 31- *-
7o',o,'orJ. < i IKL , NTS A. SITUATION TO DO '
lar? «??hifi.°. ,ewortt or upstairs work and take ''
I'!' . ,■ ' , l , lill<l r c " :,w ' , M not less than $20. -Can L»
' 122 Golden Gate aye. t- ■---'■ - .•--.*, ..:..-■ . pi lt » „ I
j>ELIABLE WOMAN WANTS WORK BY THE *
XX day or week ; terms moderate.' UIO (CFarrelL I* i
DRESSMAKER AND SEAMSTRESS; FINE FIT I
»" B , S£^,^s- y ir ° r »«*'»*» «»*■ ji
SWEDISH I woman; With child - a Year's '■
g old, would like situation todohousowocit-gooa : E
■.-'Ok "a",' 1 : laundress. : - Call 776 Howard street, -V
: * 13 - mr3l 2t»
'aL. l^a A uf I V- ■* EXPERIENCED SCOTCH PROT- \l
*jjjant fully competent to take . i.i, - -1
.■ ■kawV : 'V '"'"- of City reference. Call -10 '
M IjjLllowar.i. .-rill
> - ~
1 V; " • ___siti;ations-contini'i-:o. y
\' OqNG girl. i lately PROM. - the - EAST,'
,»■ 1 wislies situation to do upstairs work and assist
; at waiting. .1 Call at 540 Natoma St.. nr. Sixth.3l 3t*
yOUNG WOMAN WITH A CHILD WANTS SITC-
g X atiou. 'Swiss Hotel,- 02 7 Commercial at, 31 21* j
GERMAN GtRI. WANTS SITUATION AS ; A
nurse with a family going to Europe. Address
ran Rush st. .-■.■■■ - a . nasi -';■
DANISH GIRL;,; EXPERIENCED;" IS " GOOD
cool; : like place American family. 14 Caroline
St.. off FoisOin near Sixth. - ... mr3l 2a* ■
■M IDDLE-AOED GERMAN WOMAN WANTS TO J
Ail do cooking and geueral housework. Address
A M.. Box 4S. this office. . - - - , .- - . - : . mr3l 2t*
GERMAN ; WOMAN, FIRST-CLASS WASH
t 1 ironer and housecleauer, wants work by the .lav.
Calt-or address 813 Natoma st., upstairs, mr.ll 2t*
SWEDISH WOMAN WISHES TO DO GENERAL
housework; good cook and laundress, Please
call 770 Howard st.. Room 13. nir.ll 2t*
yOUNG LADY' WANTS A SITUATION TO DO
- A housework; is a good cook; city refereuce. Ad-
dress 313 Sixth st. . -■■ -. --..'-■ mr 3 2 2t»
yOUNG WOMAN WANTS SITUATION TO DO
X general housework. 021 Stevenson st. mrSl 2t*
WANTED— POSITION AS WET-NURSE: BEST
" of references. 1342 Sutter st. mrtlO
TYRESSM A KER WHO UN DERSTANDS OUTTINO
XJ and fitting wishes few more engagements, by
the day. Address E. E., Box 100, Call Branch
Office. ...... mt3o3t«
COMPETENT GIRL WISHES POSITION .AS
waitress In private family: first-class references."
Address 24 Howard court, between Fourth and
Fifth, off Howard. - ■-..'■- mrSO 3t»
STENOGRAPHERS' HEADQUARTERS; Busi-
rsJ ness men furnished with capable .shorthand
writers. Phonographic Reporting Academy. 1504
Mai ket st.; Telephone 3003. lnriiO 3t»
pOMPETENT SEAMSTRESS AND DRESS-
V. maker desires a permanent situation or as lady's
maid; understands hair-dressing. Address H. D.,
Box 102, Call branch Office. nir3o 3t«
ft ERMAN I. auy , EXPERIENCED SICE NURSE
JJ with references, desires a position. Address
425 golden Gate aye., city. ' • mr3o 3t*
. PROTEST WOMAN IN NEED OF .THOME
A would do housework; small family; small wages;
city or country. 361 Minna St. ■ inr3o 3t»
EDUCATED YOUNG WOMAN .WHO SPEAKS
-— ' English and German, who . has the ability and
ambition to become a thorough business woman, is
desirous of obtaining employment congenial to her
taste; references given, Address C. '!'.. box 93,
Call branch Ollicp. .-..-'■■ mr 26 7t»
'XL AXIOMS— kUIaS,
youNG GERMAN WISHES SITUATION AS
A dish-washer, butler, etc. Is not afraid to work.
JOHN PAN snow, jjQS |i e3le st , apl lt*
."PRIVATE INSTRUCTION GIVEN TO JAPAN-
-x. cs, pupils and others by male teacher possessing
California Slate life diploma; terms low. Address
Room 7, 613 Howard st. ■- aul It*
CATION' WANTED BY MAN AND WIPE
on a small ranch; man understands care of -'im*
and wife good cook and butter-maker, Adnircss
llt DMAS GREEN, 135 Perry st„ city. :1; ,; St*
SITUATION bY GOOD HOY; GIVE GOOD RR&
erences. Address T. w. L.. Box 6. this office. It*
IX)_ YOUNG MAN WITH 8 YEARS' OFFICE IX-
' ' perlerrce and the best of references, situation as
clerk in otlice or wholesale house. Address 11. V. li,
box 70, this office. apl at
EASTERN MATTRESS-MAKEB WOULD LIKE
-Lj work in city. Address E. M., Box 95, Call
branch oflice. »pi 2t*
/GERMAN WANTS PLACE AS COACHMAN;
\J understands milking and garden work; first-
class references; city or country. Address B. Y.,
Box 103, call branch oilice. apl St*
BY HAN AND WIFE TO 1,0 TO THE CO! Ilia
J J man handy and understands horses: wife cook
and housework. M. A., Bux 157. Call bra.: 13*
li 1 ~ TO ANY ONE SECURING SIR A SITCA-
«aP au tion in some office. Address R. F., boa "I,
Call Brain;., oflice. Api £-.*
IirANTEtI-POSITION AS BOOK-KEEPER OR
" clerk by a young man 19 years of age; wiljes
no object: good reference. Address J. ii , Box 3,
this office. apt -\\.
yOUNG SCANDINAVIAN, 20 YEARS OF AO-E,
X wishes work of any kind; understands the care
of horses: willing to go In country. Address C. JEN-
bEN, 13a Pore st. a p] ;.;-
--I'OUNG MAN WISHES SITUATION; IS U ' |7-
A ing ta do any kind or work; Is temperate and
honest: experienced taking .are horses and t'rs;
city reference. Address T. C, Box 1102. 14i_
branch Oilice. , ' aplfirr
(SITUATION WANTED BY A FIBST-tyVfe
kJ bread and cake baker; is years' experience |Ad-
dress 1. VINCENT, SW. cor. Twenty -third laud
York sts. J t .
- OAR-TENDER, SOBER AND STEADY, WANTS
X* place: no objection to night work. Address
bar-tender, 250 -..,11001111. ■ - i,»
BOY 10 WOULD LIKE TO "WORK IN SPA-
tiouery-store; best of references, Address E.
K. 11., box 90, Call Branch Oflice. aiil St*
SWEDISH BOY, 17 YEARS OF AGE. WISHES
place in wholesale house or lv a factory. Cal; at
12181,4 Folsom st. A pi ill*
yOUNG GERMAN WOULD LIKE TO WORK IN
a kitchen as assistant cook or vegeiableman • no
previous experience. Address c. 11., box 104. Call
brauch onu-e. - . I It*
THOROUGHLY TRAINED ENGLISH BUTLER
desires engagement In first-class family. Ad-
dresa T. _, Box HI, Call Branch Orhce, . apl St*
ft OOD, HONEST YOUNG MAN Wt-HKs SITU-
VJ atlonof any kind; is a good driver. Address J.
N., 709 Howard St. 11*
\|AN AND WIFE; MAN EIRST-(ftiA<S COOK
x»A and pastryman: wife chambcrmai I. waitress or
help in kitchen; city or cuuutry. Afidress c. S.,
101 Stevenson St., near Second. al - apl 2t*
yoT'NC GERMAN BARBER WISHES SITIT
x tlou; city or country: good refereaces. Address
barber, box 44. this oilice. . . ,->, ;:. 1 .- apl 3t»
Y OVNO MAN, LATELY FROM THE EAST,
5s IV ( '-._. ' I - ijUf _*XV Uar^tendarorelaak Inarocery-
store. ii. vv.. boxjj, r._i_fgf*?- lt»T
YY' ANTKD-BY A BOY 17 YEARS OLD. WHO
»' resides with his parents, a position to drive a
delivery-wagon fur grocery or butcher; Is a good
hand with horses; references given. Address D J
IL. box 100, Call Branch Office. n,r:il
/COMPETENT AND RELIABLE PICTURE-
V frame arid passe par tout maker: best of refer-
ences. Address A EARNER, 0 Hay ward st„ neJr
Eighth. "•■•.-... mr3l3t«(
A YOUNG MAN (ENGLISH), AGED 21, WOULD
like to serve his time to a good trade- black-
smith or wheelwrlcht preferred; teet. Lne, ..'id
Christian; $7 to start. Apply J. 11., 824 Folsom
!!£.■""-_ i Ur 3o 3t «
IjOOK-KEEPER, FIRST-CLASS, WISHES" - A
I J position: salary enough to support a small
family expected. Address ALEXANDER M. AC-
LENNAN. 104 First St. mr3o 7t*7
YOUNO ENGLISHMAN DESIRES WORK OF
X any kind; willlug. W. K. L.. 726 Army st.3o 3*
MAN AND WIFE WANT PLACE IN COUNTRY;
wife good housekeeper, cook or waitress: man
capable in almost any capacity: wages no obje-t.
Address MASON. 674 Han-:, on st. mr3o at*
LORKMAN CARPENTER; 18 YEARS ON THIS
* Coast; good reference. Address Foreman, Bex
101 Call branch Office. nir:;ii st»
PARTIES NOT HAVING WORiTfORA l: .L 7 "-
X larly employed book-keeper can have their looks
posted In a systematic manner, cheap, ay addressing
Book-keeper. 604 Geary st. 1111 1> 1 ;:,o*
J YY' ANTED -BUSINESS MEN, MERCHANTS
" and others to know that we can sell you a mer-
chant tsllor-made dress suit for $22 50; made by
leading tailors Tor $45 ORIGINAL MISFIT PAR-
LORS, cor, Post ami Duiiout sis.
FEMALE HELP YY a \ r JJT>7~
YY • ANTi .;> -SCRUB GIRL, iotSTlT o_iiS~^_.
waitress, boarding-house, $25: chambermaid!
same house, »20: Protestant laundress, institution
*-0; waitress, country hotel, $20: waitress and
chambermaid, country hotel, $20:1 restaurant cook
country, $30;. young second girl, »10; Catholic
housekeeper. $25: chamber-maid. city. $15- girls
for Housework, city or country. E. T. WARD 610
«"»• st - ..-.;,. .-.-..-.. apiu
J GIRLS FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK, $20
X $25 : 3 nurse-gins, $15. $25; cooks, waitresses
and chambermaids; girls to assist, good wages
Scandinavian Office. 106 Stockton st. apl It* '
GERMAN AND SCANDINAVIAN GIRLS GO
to Swedish Employment Office, 524 Bush st tor
finest places in city or country. apl it*
YY' AN 1 I D A NURSE FOB SEATTLE, $20 (SEE
" lady here): nurse. 3 children, $25: second .in
$25; cook, country. $40; German second girl, $20-
-25 housework girls, $25 and $20. Apply MISS k'
PLUN KETT, 421 Sutter St. --■.. .7 apllt
IV ANTED -6 WAITRESSES, HOTELS! AND
; " boardint-houses. $20: cook, wash and iron.
American family, $30; 2 second girls, German ami
Swedish, $20; cook ana laundress, country, $30. and
many girls for cooking and housework, $15. $20 and
$25. Apply to J. F. CROSETT _ CO., 303 StOCk-
""'*■ ..- .- :--... . - -„v . ,. apllt _
lir ANTED— 3 COOKS, MUST UNDERSTAND
" German cooking, $30 and $25; French girl for
general housework, no wash, $25: French »cond I
girl, children, Oakland, $25; waitress, boarding. I
house. $20; young nurse-girl. 1 child, »15: girls for /
general housework anil assist: seamstress, »l 511 a 1
day, at DELORME A: AN.Dt'E, 320 Sutter st. -jt I
XX' ANTED— B COOKS, GERMAN FAMlLY, ~%_____\
" 0 girls, general housework, $25; 2 for On -Im_\
$20, fare paid: 20 girls, city and country. sir, a^H
upward. European Employment Offlce, 105 st. M_m
ton at. ■ ■■-■■■; . ■■:..-; „,.. apl IIW
Ul ANTED— COOKS. W AITRESSES AND I'li'fJ
bermalds. KITTENHOUSE - CO., 104 Pos'Jl
street, .__ ■■- . . ■>. „--,, ; apl lt^
T-iIRST-CLASS TAILORESS ON CUSTOM COAIf 3
. X Apply 8 Grant aye., Room 8. ■-. - ,--■-- nil V■ •"
W'^ T £ )-A I (njNG U,KL TO CARE lOk 2
»' children; references required. Call 1236 O'tar-
rell st...bet, 3 and 5 r. -.. to-day. .-■ „..s ■ r apl j* .
OPERATORS ON VESTS: STEADY vt'AtT-
also button-bole makers. - 328 Minna st. nn<ftt« '
EXPERIENCED OPERATOR ON (jfcsTO.M
XJ vests. " Room 100, St. Ann's Building. -Wl it* .
' ANTED— GERMAN GIRL FOR * l_fti ERAL
housework, . 453 Third st. " riagl at* - -
' ANTED- YOUNG CIRL FOR LIifHT HO0S&
*' wort. 1034 Pair Oaks St. ■■■ ■ V a pi it* „
GIRL I ABOUT 16 TO TAKE Ca/(E OF r'IIIL.
dren. 2738Lij Howard st. J a pl lt*
L-IRST I.ASS OPERATOR ON PAfcTSBY ELEO-
x trie power. • 803 Mission at.'n- -- ' a pl lt» ,
I V ED-. „..:••; -,N GIRL ; uiMAN _ FOR
.. " Sonoma County 'io »?sl«t In b fusework and do
plain sewing: wages' sls. , ,;mly jlSiAKlssllngat-
bet. Eleventh and Twelfth. , ■ - -■■ -T . apl §t* .
VV'^JL TEU_AGOOD QIE *< X*o_ HOUSEWORK.
*X* Q2B O'Farrell st. '.^ ... -•/■■ -.1 apl It*
YY' ANTED -A .; YOUNO • Ulllfc 10K LIGHT
housework in small -farnil/; - references - re-
qulred. Apply 617 Guerrero st../nr. Eighteenth.lt*
VV A , N a T » : V- F, , RST " CLASS V MAKERS AT
1 "518 Sutter st. -. ■■ -. ■ -.a-. I . apl »
UXI'KI iINj'KD HA - :A* DRESSMAKING
XX 1116 Larkin st. -■ -.. . I ... apl3t» "
GOOD FINISHERS ON CUt/rOM COATS; ALSO
U operators.-- 628 Minna St. apl 3t«
fIOOD PANTS FINISH/^ WANTED. "304
v* Minna st. T.r- -r.'jj, -~. >.-.-■ : / -.-. . .. A pi it* Jr.
rt ERMANV OR^hWEDISHi GIRL WHO WRITES
,oiV" i !in<, i 0r .5, ai ' ffl «/ Address G. 8., Box
101. Call Branch Office. '.—7 <.-.--.- :-. Api It* -
V OONO GIRL TO ASSIST/WITH LIGHT HOUS&
■ J work; small family. . i:/28 m, st. - ani lt'Tf
rMIMI'ETENT ASSIST A*,'!'" DRESSMAKER-
V ply early. . 825 broad Way, In rear, split* "
VOl no GIRL WANTED TO WAIT AT TAEL*
1 and help to kitchen, 202 Ninth st.~ apl it* ' .
W«,2 T £ o .r 2 LADljfcs FOB A LIGHT II so
" .'IT! the country/; Brut-class opportunity for
tbe rutin parties. s Appli 26'^. Stocktou n.. Rooms
1 v " d -• IA apl at*
¥'777 'J,', 1 ., 1 ., *immm { XK C r WORK; kef:
X erence. 212 Lr, :cAW*''l cor. Page, apl 2t*
A'OU.MI GIRL l'Oll^r.Nllj^L HOUSEWORK;
A German prcterre:!. --■ * /,,stst. --*' apl 2t» ,-
C?V. °, F 12 \2, J' INU ' <;'j[lLl}. AFTERNOONS.
VXT Call after 1. ■ 012, HI be rt f, . • .. ... apl ._,(,*
W *r?r-.m*'mm^™"'"^ •'v VSTEitJ, ' urul - Pou'
I*. houswaMfc. AA . « cla '- ft. , apl 2;*
_a HP:' i' JWA'-TiCII-CONTrNrErL
:G l a?Ji'A ' JC J. is; TO CARE FSiT?aiLDEEN.
>VJ 9J3 Uowar», it .^ .-. : . .. . . ....- ; . apl v ,..,
1 G'lViMifw-;?! ' ! GENERAL HOUSEWORK. ~509
- J___^t£M__it' .-.'-•-. -.-.-.. ■-- apl It* «
X !,', l ," : ' 'M TAKE CARE BABY AND ASSIST
_a_l.i .i c lylilng. j 3003 California st. apl It* --
W««ui"»'il toCNii GIRL FKOM 12 TO i.i TO
' „,,'' i a^i». 1,,!l ,,!b M! good home; wages *3 to $10.
, X*™*<*> by let M- . h. p.. Box 156. Call OlHce.apl 3*
(x'-'i'/a M . !i j|' U)0!f FINISHERS WANTED.
4VJ <34Montgta^ cry st.. Room 1. apt at* ;■
V'iJ,7 .Vi B, ; TO ASSIST IN LIGHT HOUSE
■*- work; $12..". .ii uolden Gate aye. - apl It* ■
W ti^} '~ 7; EXPERIENCED dressmaker;
" ""'l'.wl 828 Geary. split* -
fpAILOKESS W kNTED-27 STOCKTON STREET.
—■ ' '- "'■"' l --•- ---o. ': apllt*
G^ml "-'".'V a 'JIUHT HOUSEWORK; SMALL
VJ family. 308 ftrirk sf. apl It*
F| I '»?J; C f**^ > - WAIST-TRIMMERS AT 410
a. ocary st, -.-. I ..^... . . . . ; apl tf -
Y2^° iVJ B ,^ TO ASSIST AT LIGHT HOUSE-
x work. 416 c^vary st. . .- - . apl tf
G i- 10 .,? 0 ' HOUSEWORK AND COOKING.
£isJojlg L jiso9 Scott. apl It*
XV .' N ED u ! UL TO DO GENERAL house-
*' " "■'*■ Apply 638 O'Farrell st. apllt*
rriAILORESS ,» N PANTS; MUST THOROUGHLY
x understand tile business. 307 Third, apl It*
\\ ANTED- A! YOUNG GIRL lOR GENERAL
V„, boiisework ac,d assist in cooking. Inoulre 1319
ooiden Gate ar».,jbeL Fillmore and Steiner. apl 2t*
VIRST-CLASS hINISHER ON CUSTOM COATS.
i—.- Park aye.. dear Sixth and Harrison sts. 1 3t»
APPRENTICES^ FOR DRESSMAKING: RAID
jf» while lenrn.iigt. 119 Stocktonst. apllt*
fJIRUSTWORTHrt' PROTESTANT GIUL WANTED
-J- as nurse; ny/ii be used to children. Apply 810
Twentieth st. X Api it*
yORNfI irfltlT FOR HOUSEWORK. 1012 POST
* street/^ a 1 It*
(~}IRL., WANTED TO ASSIST IN HOUSEWORK.
— Ljjffily 506 Grove • .- ■ . apllt*
F , V UI ? X1 * V GERMAN WOMAN FOR LIGHT
, -"""fse.vork. Oail after Oiu the evening at 303
_^Xt. .-■-■*'■■. . . . ■ apl It* .
VV A'NTED-GOOH WAIST-HANDS: ALSO FOKE-
JVJ'.iiiian. Mltf. LEWIS. 130 Kearny, api .'it*
V (i L\G GIBI. TO ASSIST IN LIGHTHOUSE
-^.w-urk. 2151^ Sixth st. a-,,1 it*
Q.O.JD HANDS lON VESTS; ALSO APPKEtf-
___'>_■ 641 Stevenson st. apl lt*
PtRST-CLASS SKIRT- MAKERS WANTED.
A_ito\vil AY. 702 Market 6t. apl 3t«
VIKST-CLASS OI'EItATORS WANT.D ON
■a children's wear to work lv factory; machines run
oy electric power. H. FRIEDLANDEP. A CO., 513
MTEtat, o■ . ?. ■ . . apl . st
VIRST-CLASS PANTS-FINISHER TO WORK
.'. xon electric irriflr^re. 803 Mission st. apl It*
( URL TO A.SSIST W+TH GENERAL HOUSE- '
'-» work and cooking. Apply 20Vi Kearny St.,
Koom 15, beL li and 2. ■*.. apl lt*
0-> DOWN A-Vl) (JO CENTS PER SHARE PER
» — month win purchiS^shares In Be Republic
pavings, building and Loan Association; $16 per
month will pay off a loan of $1000 ; call or send for
prospectus; opeu daily and evenings until 9 o'clock.
624 Marketer. - . * . mr 30 tf
fIOOD TAILI)RESS UN" COATS, WHO CAN
vj make hue brit-ou-holes. 209 Grant aye.. Room
IS .- ■! . - 111131 21* .
(»V ! V, T0 Assist WITH children: 'tis.
vi Call after 9at 3011 California st. mr3 l y
T. ADll-^S TO Learn short-hand and typb-
■*•* writing. Kearny and Clay sts. mr3l 7t \
TftIRST-CLASS OPERATORS WANTED OK BUT-
J- ton-holes aud also finishers, at 108 Stockton St.,
between II and 1 o'clock. mr3l 3t»
4 GIRLS WAIT AT TABLE. EVENING STAR,
x 20, Grant ■.-. can after 2. mr3l 3t* ,
/ "i ERMAN, SWEDE OR AMERICAN GIRL, GEN-
VA eral bousew'ork : $20. 15 Scott at., 9to 11. 31 2*
ANTED — A WET NURSE FOR BABY 3
"months. -;p:y 1717 Buchanan st. mr3l 2t»
(v IUL t, IOK (IBS ERAL HOUSEWORK. PLAIN
nfrmontS 8 isth' ,SIll : 3ln family; wages $15
per man,,, t«b j. iue st. mr2l at*
V'Ol'Ni; GHUiooMPETEXT GENERAL HOUSE-
x work;"grrrairia ln ily;sls. 1719 Post. mv3l 3*
ii- an i i:i>-2 Waiter girls FOR THE cas-
-i'.„i" a , , halol,n , e3B Sacramento st. Afply after
M "lack. ,-.,V;(l -_ *
W' asted-a competent GIRL for liouse-
" work; must jr***-, reference. 1720 Washiug-
tu " - - 1. J^ ....-.' mr3l2t*
ft ERMAN GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK
va and cooking; i,arge washing given out. 338
Third st. .- 1 , . - njr3o 3t*
IyANTED-GIPaL (13 TO ltf) TO LlUitN
" dressmaking; eood home. 7'2BV> Howard
street. : V" '' ' ' . mr 30 at* o
ATEAT GIRL; tfGHT HOUSEWORK; ASSIST
J-V with baby. 814 Waller st. mr3o 3t*
\\r AN TED-AI'IfUE.NTICKS TO LEARN DRESS-
v' tradeithoroiigh.'i'. 961 Howard. 30 7t*
11' OMAN AS FIRST-CLASS COOK AND LAUN-
'» dress fur cointry; no objection to female
child. Address M. v.. Box 182, Call Branch. 29 5*
LADY OB GEN (j I', i SOLICIT FOR JOB PRINT-
XJ rug. 783 Murk--, St.. Room 2. mr26 7t*
MALE jiiJiLi' ANTED.
C~ OI IESncOOIT^aKir" SECON ICS7O~AND~SIO*;°
V. ! cook tor summeV resort, $50, to opeu with 6
colored waiters, $30f head waiter, $35: 2 waiters,
$30 and $35: pantryman, $25; cook and dish-wash-
er, small country hotel, $40 and $20; porter. $30;
10 wood-choppers, good timber, $1 25 per cord,
tools furnished ; 6 men for grabbing brush, $20 and
board; 4 men, city, tree planting, $20 and board;
stableman, $35: teamsters, $26 ani found. R. T.
WARD & CO., 610 Clay st. - apl It ■
IV ANTED— A FEW Mnl.'K RAILROAD LABOR-
" er, to go north: can be sent on steamer going
this in, .ruing by call'rig bef.re o'clock on It. T.
"^*™\r*sEa&£ . s --r-.x
RAILROAD EaBOMBS WANTED POR I'hll-
Graders, $2 per fl: roc. men. $2 29 to St 50
per day: teamsters, viff per mouth aud beard: Unust
go In lota of :>0 or iver. R. T. WARD & C0., '810
Clayst. .-...-■.' . .: '_____•
OUNG GERM ay OR SCANDINAVIAN TO
X drive bakery wafon. $10 to $45 in. found, who
has driven bakery a. aito.i before: slat..- splitters and
farmers: bra-, tiiil.l'i'. .-oiiiitry.s2 a day: engineer
tor iustltuti- $«*: firm teamsters. $25 to $30.
and others. C. R.'/i t.-IsEN & CO.. 110 Geary st. lt
HEAD COOK OJ>I)NTRY HOTEL, $00; GERMAN
short order-cook, country restaurant, $50;
cooks, city, $50tnr/d $35- waiters, country hotel,
$80. c. H. l.'.n .u.N co., 11 0 Geary st. lt
'ANTKD-CO3K FOB A RESORT, $10 TO $50:
t* purler for wholesale provision-house, $40, ex-
perience requlr.it ;. 2 wboil-choppeis, near city,
$1 50 per cord J long job: German groceiy clerk,
$25. city ejpcrGeice required; splitters for slate
quarry, $2 50 I .'.ay and Increase: block-makers;
-German or t-r<,'u(li cook for country hotel, $40 to
$50: waiter: kit'nei -hands and others, at W. D.
EWER 4 CO-' 62S Ciayst. It
11-ANTEI./s.. i, Mi BUTLER FOR PRIVATE
11 family, r/iiiritry-, $30: German waiter for plain
.hotel, $30; /waiter tor first-class restaurant and
oaster-honse. country. $50 ami room; waiter for
club. #36 io $40: boarding-h.use cook, $35; cook
for small total near city, $30: boy for a doctor's
omce. $4 a .vei-a: Japanese school-toy, $2 a week:
dish-washer, 8-0: mau to take, care of horses, milk ,
cows and do chores, country*, i*.-0; gardener for a
nursery, city. $30: gardener tor jobbing work, etc,
at DELOKMEM- ANDRE'S, 320 Sutter st. lt
\\' ANTED-16 WOOD-CHOPPERS FOR MINING
•I company. king job, $1 50 a cord; foreman and
wife for raucif $50; farmer and wife, $10 to $15;
Iron-molders for country, $3 50 a day; carpenters
for city and country; brick-layer. $3 a day; plas-
terers, $3 a da) 1 vineyard inn;:: milkers. $25. shin-
gle-sawy^'lrtJs and found: oltlce-'-oy, $3 * week:
sollcltorsvflock-makers; blacksmith for mtiic: cook,
country L_ taurant. $25 and found ; cook, city, $8 a
(reek : Of al waiters, country. $25 and $30; waiters,
city. $s'a week: porter, country hotel, $20 and"
round; Bill others. Apply to J. F. CROSEIT _ CO.,
628 Sal.aaiento st. - - .. It -
\\.' A* ir.ii LABORERS FOR CITY; STEADY
'• job lor good men. Apply to KITTENHOUSE _
CO., 104 Powell st. . ■ - : " apl It*
BUTLER FOR AMERICAN FAMILY, $40. APPLY
_ li-* K. PI.UNKKTT. 424 Sutter St. -.' ■ . lt_
~r GOOD LABORERS. $1 75 AND $2 PER DAY;
— scraper teamsters, $1 75: cooks, waiters aud
others. Scandinavian oglec, 106 Stockton st. It*
I V\, T ANTED— ALL i UNEMPLOYED MEN WISH-
-1 '» ing to obtain work apply at Central Park. Mar-
ket and Eighth, at 2 p. m. ; first come first served. 1*
BUY WITH EXPERIENCE «"F OFFICE WORK.
XX vyclls-Fargo Building, Room 55. lt*
. XV ANTED— 3 EXPERIENCED BOYS FOR
.''*» making coffee-bags and labeling. Apply 7 to
}.9 *„M„ 215 Market st, - .-■-. ■...-.- # It*
iIVANTED-BOY AT THE LI6K HOUSE LAIN
A* dry. - - :. ■ _ -It*
' DO! IN SHOE FACTORY. APPLY AFTER 10.
l* o'clock, 55 Stevenson st. ' It*
GERMAN OR SWEDISH BOY TO RUN ER-
rands. 106 Stockton st. ■ ■ ■ - ■ It*
UIRST-CLASS WAGON-MAKER; NO OTHER.
X Apply 836 Harrison st - It*
CLERKS SEEKING POSITIONS AS SALESMEN,
J salesladies, copyists, book-keepers. stenographers,
I obtain them. Clerk's Bureau. 3o3 Kearny, Km 1. al 2*
, \\r ANTED— STOUT SMART BOY TO WORK TO
. 0 work In bakery; must reside at home. Apply at
226 Third at. ..-■-.-■ . -o- apllt*
GOOD BARBER; NONE BUT EXPERT rJaZOR^
honer need apply. 319 Fifth at. o r apl It*
I "L''IRST-CLASS VIOLINIST AND GOOD ACCOM-
X panlst on piano, who are also good barbers or
waiters, can get desirable positions at m0unt...... re-
sort. Address O. P.. Box 107, Call Branca. 1 3t*
G~"ToOD BUSHELMAN AND PANTS-MAKER.
I 321 Montgomery aye. " apl It*
I\- ANTED-GOOD HARNESS-STITCHER AP-
It ply at MHAD'S, 16 Golden Gateave." apl St* *
SEVERAL MEN TO TRAVEL: LIGHT ARTICLE-
no expenses. 305 Kearny St.. Room 1, apl It*
W ANTED-MAN WHO UNDERSTANDS MAP-
XX mounting. 538 Sacramento sta ■■ apl It* - -
EKS SALE AT A SACRIFICE— 3-CHAIR BAK-
A ber-shop across the bay. Apply this office. 1 3t*
TYPE-WRITER AND STENOGRAPHER, FOR
wholesale house; with experience preferred-
must have -bis own machines; give - reference-
rapidity of speed; salary expected. H. C, Box 46*
this offlce. -•■■■=':. -.--,-. . . 1 1 « '
; fTIAILOR ON CUSTOM COATS. 414 SIXTH St"
'" ■*• - ' ' ' apl It* ■*.
n-lAILOR, GENERAL HAND, AT 1421 FOLSOM
A street. . ■ - - -„ - apllt* :
\IJ USHELMAN WANTED AT 514 POST ST - "
" -■•■'■"■--- ■■■.. »■■■■-.. ' aol'lt*
B?. D , MA ER: *- PEn ""NTH AND lOC
Call at 9a. M.,405 Dupoutst. - apl It*
MAN (COLORED PREFERRED) COMPETENT
for ludoorwork and driving. 715 Larkin. lit*
WANTED-BOY THAT LIVES WITH HIS PA-
at- rents ; 14 to 18 years old. 747 Market at. . It*
IJOUTBLACK •; WANTED. 209 LARKIN ST.
XX:--" ■---■*- ■.-:.,:. ..- ■ ■ -.apllt*.
BAKER WANTED AT 1324 DCPONT ST., NEAR
Green, - . -..-?.. -... apllt*' 7
fTIINSMITH WANTED AT 49 SACRAMENTO ST.
x '■■ ■ ----- .. . -^..- ■.-.-. -„. - apl lt»- -
I?IRST-CLASS WAITER WANTED, • 40» DE ■
?vlsadcrost. ■- ■ aplgt*- '
CIOOK— APPLY EARLY. NEW METROPOLI-
-1 tan Reitaurant. 537 Howard at. .- .'. apl It*
BARBEK-S JiAUY;' GOOD WAGES TO GOOD
man. ._"Ak— ''""'* i: - apl It*
\\' ANTft _Pi UO.i G BOY; FAIR PENMAN;
II one wu:,. knowledge of type-writer preferred:
none under 17 years need apply. 321 Clay St., third '
floor. - ..-. ... ., — -.. ... ----- apl It* i? :
■yOTOO MAN TO WORK IN" BUTCHER-SHOP
v A and care horses.^ 1005 McAllister at. •*. apl It* i 2
F', ! ;,\'7 f'i_l'. nDSHELMAS WANTED. i CHAS." I
■* XOAJfls^tWiH Market. ■■■-■..■-. apl 3t» jj;
YyA:aTED_ 2 COOKS: COUNTRY;; $35.' KU-
XX rrpeau omce. 105 Stockton st. ■ ■ Z apl 1 1 » a.
■ VI.' ANTED— a .?. ,a \ IN TRAVELING BUST- :
HELPiWACTED-COXTLYPED.'.J- J
PANTS-MAKERS FOR THE COUNTRY. APPLY
13 Kearny at. ■ - -..- ■-.-■- . , ■1 r. Api lt* .
ANTED— STEADY MAN WITH $100 - CASH
can get position which will pay $75 per month.
'Apply to FRANKLIN & CO., 7 Grant aveT -f It* ■-
[ S _TR PER WEEK GUARANTEED TO MAN A3
tS)XO partner with $150 ill strictly cash business.
WOODRUFF, 841 Market St.-. .-■■- ...-.-.,; it* --. ',
ARBER-SUOP: 2. NEW - ARCHER CHAIRS; •
dolnga good busiuess; price $80; rent iio. Ap-
ply at this omce. - • ■" ..-• - -■ apl at*
YOUNG MEN TO . LEARN SHORT-HAND AND
' X type-writing. Kearny and Clay sts. mr3l 7t »
KNIFE-CUTTERS FOR • FURNISHING GOODS
and clothing; steady positions. Address Mm a
factoring. box 93, Call branch Offlce. mr3l at* -
LOCKSMITH AND BELL-HANGING SHOP FOR
sale. 209 Tenth st. - - mr3l 2t* •
TT'IKST- CLASS COOK FOR RESTA! RANT*
A' wauted. 404 Devisadero st. mr3l3t« '-
A 8 CLERK, YOUNG MAN WRITING SCRAWL-
Iug baud. slow at figures: BURGESS BUSINESS
COLLEGE, 410 Kearny st.; 8 hours daily in writing
and arithmetic ; $4 per month. ■ • ■ . ■■-■■ mr3o 7t ■
BOY IN INSURANCE OFFICE; MUST BE OF
good character and write well. Address Fire,
Box 74, this office. - - ■ mr3o 4t»
"YOUNG OR ELDERLYMAN WANTED TO KEEP -
1 books and time; wages $10 per month. - Address -
T. b.^ box 74. this office. . mr3o 3t «
ll' AN TED-EXPERT STENOGRAPHER . TO GO :
"to Alaska for a few months;, salary $150 a
month and expenses. Address LIEUTENANT S
mat 100, call Branch Office. mr.io .It* '
O SALESMEN WANTED. INQUIRE OF F. A
0 FORSYTH, 29 lost st. . W ", . mr3o3t
QPERATORS ON VESTS; ALSO PRESSMAN.
V^32B Minna st. - mr.tO 3t*
Y\' ANTED-A RAZOR-GRINDER. 103 STOCK- '
" ton st, . mr3u 7t« ;
\\ A.NTED-500 MEN, HOWARD AND THIRD. '
" basement, Bee Hive, to eat free home cooked hot •
lunch, with beerorwine.s cts: open day A. nlghLB'tN -
BOY WANTED, AGED ABOUT 18: MUST HE A
good penman and understand typc-wrltlng ami
shorthand: wages $7 50 per week. Address, iii „,.. i -."
handwriting. Work. Box 38, this office. mr'JS 7t
ANTED- 187 MEN IMMEDIATELY TO TRY
" the best clam-chowder ln the city. Chowder
House, 650 Sacramento at. ' mr26 7t
MOLDERS WAN 11.11- NON-UNION MEN-
ages $3 to $4 per day with board aud lodging w '
at the works. Apply ltisdou Iron Works, SK. cor. "
Howard ami Bealo sts. .- - nir22 tf
IUANTED-YOUNG 'MEN WHO ARE DESIR-
" ous of making a good impression wh -v looklur
to employment to purchase a merchant t ,llor-ni:i I.i
business suit for $15; tailor's price, $30. ORIGIN
MISFIT CLOTHING PARLORS, corner Post and
Dupont sts. .... , . , .
VIOLDERS WANTED-WAGES $3 TO $4 PER
i»i day; work guaranteed for 1 year to good men,
and board with comfortable and secure l.ni.du in
works, if necessary; al-o good opportunity for intel-
ligent youths who have PARTLY LEARNED tire
trade. Apply Fulton Iron Works. 213 Fremont st. if
ANTED — NON-UNION MOLDERS. APPLY "
" Union Iron Works, cor." First and Mission. 21 tf
SHIP-CARPENTERS. SEAMEN.ORDINAKY SEA-
-0 men. MoRDAUNT'S, 12 Union St. mrlg lm* .
Y\' ANTED-A 3IAN WEIGHING 300 POUNDS,
«' whom we cau lit In a merchant tailor-made suit
for $20; tailor's price $40. ORIGINAL MISFIT
CLOTHING PARLORS, cor, Post and Dupont sts.
W ANTED — SEAMEN, ORDINARY SkJJvMEN
»' at 313 Pacific. Jaltstf
GENTS WANTED TO TAKE ORDERS FOR •
custom shirts: no experience required. 513
Montgomery St.. upstairs. » fc2s 3m i
A 100,000 MEN WANTED TO LOAN MONEY
. . on all articles at low rates; square -dealing.
[JNCLE JACOBS. 1113 l'acll'icst. ani t:
*X AGENTS WAJiTEP. "
WE WANT 1 LADY AGENT IN EACH TOWN
Xt and city to represent our new rubber corset
lace; . greatest selling .novelty ever, produced; 1
lady made nearly $40 ih 1 day ; sample tree to li.
duce quickly. Address LITTLE i CO., 220 (
St., Chicago, ill. apl I
( SHREWD YOUNG MAN CAN LEARN 01 ' ,'"
XX- opportunity to earn a great deal of monej
side of regular work "by looking lor and sell ie
coins. I pay from 5 rents to $1000 for dates i
to 1869, Write for particulars, W. E. SKIN X '
coin-broker. 16 Globe Bnllding, Boston. Haas, : ..
A GENTS WANTED FOR A NEW PAYING . •
XX- ness: $1 Jan hour easily made ; samples, et<
free. Address CE. MARSHALL.Luckport.N.Y
oiI' ANTED— MAN WITH SMALL CAPITA ,
_ take exclusive control of our business in
county; any county pays $2000 per year.
BENN & CO., Dayton, Ohio. Mr
"l-HE FACTS ABOUT .STANLEY'S BOOK-ON .
1 March 10, 1890, Messrs. Charles Scrlbner's sons,
the American publishers, appointed us the general
agents for the Pacilic Coast of the book now in
preparation by Stanley, being a narrative of nl*4art"\
expedition into the Interior of Africa to rescue.
Emm Pasha; this ls the genuine now Stanley boost
-and the only one: agents «anted everywhere: full
particulars by mall iiDoa application. A. L. BA.N-
CROFT A- Co., 132 Post st., San Francisco. inrlij tt
ARK TWAIN'S NEW BOOK, "A CONNECT!-
cut Yankee in King Arthur's Court," a keen aul
powerful satire ou English nobility and royalty
Immense sales; big profits. Apply quickly forter.iii
aud territory to A L. BANCROFT _ CO., 132 Poo
St.. San Fraucisco. - uol:l tl
FUUNITUUE WANTED.
TERRY Jt CO., 717 MARKeFstToPpTdUPOvF*
_ will buy your furniture for cash. ja2st;
Hl* JONES _ CO., GENERAL AUCTIONEERS.
. 25 and '27 Eighth St.; telephone 3421: the
highest cash price paid for all kinds of furniture,
carpets, pianos, books, etc. _fe23tf
yOU CAN GET MORE MONEY FOR YOUR
X oud-hand furniture from J. NDONAN & CO.,
1021 Mission St.. nr. Sixth, than elsewhere lal-l tf
D LURRY, FURNITURE AND CARPETS,
. agency of the Union Folding beds, moved from
basement of Flood's building to 820 Market, bet.
.-'ourtb aiid Fiftht hlghasc price pMd rorgecoirt '
hand furniture. 7 jaltf -
A LARGE QUANTITY OF SECOND-HAND FUR-
£A nliure wanted; 20 per cent uald more thanelss-
where. MALON E. 34 Fourth Bt. ; new store, uiaott
KM J. SIMMONS _ CO., AUCTIONEERS, WILL
Atl. buy your turnlture, pianos aud books. 1037
Market at. ap9 tt
TV f CCABE. 128 FOURTH ST. AND 743 MISSION
__tx pays the highest price for furniture and carpets!
A *E SECOND-HAND FURNITURE AND OAR-
i. „,?r 3 .r ! , u K? t - lar Pr small lot '': call or scud
I . HosENTIIAL. 110 Fourth st. noli 'vt
UOAHIMJiO WANTED.
Yl'ANrEll-BOARD AND lodging Tin
a'V T V„, Efftof for young gentleman, w,
„a.n. lor *ji per month; rooms need not'
nisnea, at" %™ vu * t -. be 3UUUJ .. Address W., : ; t:
■ pKoPtiiiir WANTED.
; \\f AN^;:D-BUILDiNcfToF'I?OUTHro
.1 r; 'l"' , ' t0 st - and east of Devisadero,
than 25 bs too feet. Address B. L., Box I .
Branch 01ni_ . . ln ,
\\ AyT »0— TO BUY SMALL HOUSE.
'" lace or 6 rooms ; location south o'
St.; would pi-- $1500 cash, balance ou lust,
lies, MISSIqn. Box 124. Call Branch:
"^^^^— m^^ mm
'.'_• _- : - -'" 7 - LOST. .. ." --"~ . -
TOST MARCH il|_A SMALL GOLD SWISS
XJ watch and fob. return to 9141-i, Folsom st.
and receive reward. . - -.- .;;...- jt*
lOST LAST SUNDAY .ItET'WEEN NINTH ST.
AJ and St. Ignatius (.Vch-Black • fur cape.
Please leave at 10 Laskle st, : apl at*
T OS A , BLACK NEWFOUNLLANDDOO WITH
Ai white breast. Suitable reward by returning to
Twenty-fifth and Castro sta. .. . ;.. "- split*
1 OST-TAN-COLOKED DOG; HAD ON NICKEL
collar Liberal reward lor parties returning the
same to 691 McAllister st. - ■ inr?l at*
TOST OR STOLEN - MARCH 24- . Wlilrt'
Xj and blue greyhound dog pup, from 'o'Farreii'i
dairy, Mission road, Excelsior Homestead Sin „
same to 1041 Missions!., and receive reward, mi" « J
sT OST-$2O IN GOLD COIN BY NoFTuRTTnTai:
XJ lag a merchant tailor-made suit or oy-.r,',,.., «™
$18; tailor's price - $35. ORIGINAL J misk,°p
CLOTHING PARLORS, cor. Post and Dupont If a
THE S. F. LATERAL LOAN BANK~A^^B
Kearny st., lends money at 2 per cent v* -^__ED3_5
on watches, diamonds and jewelry. - - ~*"'2a2t^J__*?l_f
THE WEEKLY CALL. WITH \ WKEK^SVaBs^^
L for sc. in wrapper ready for mailing. ■ * St
sj= - ASTitoLuoir. r T__gP
PLaIrVOYANT-FEES" 25^l"jlAiHES~^l1_f__
V. rear 1009 ',-_ Howard st. mriio :> St
MME. MOREAU, 73 FOURTH sfJTlaEVEjJ^B»ai
past, present and future: fee 25c; your ____(
byn.ail 25c anil 2 stamp; charms given. ■ mr3o l'.^|
At ADAMK WALTERS, 317 TEHAMA NR
■i'A fortuue-telUng; ladles 2Sc, gents 50c mr3o^___|
Mmi:. sii.Mii). FROM VIENNA: MOST ciaaPS
nowned: revealing lire's future events- la.lles*^H-S
gentlemeii (2. by mall $3. Office Bsl Mission, mra tt^H
MUS. FRIEDA — PRESENT AND FLTURE; X
fee $1. 28i_ Sixth St.. Room 14. rorl'J tf ■
AUGUSTA LEOLA FORTUNETELLER ANU M
clairvoyant; magic charms: love tokens; shows __W
true pictures of future husbands and wives; teaches __
lortuue. 2326 Mission st., near aptl ; fee $1, ocSOct M
M^ ; 1 - DR. THOMAS, SCIEN IIFIC '. YOUNO _E
levealer by eggs and cards: tells the .-rtlrellti, ■
past, i resent, future; consultations on ait affairs; __
nothing excepted- uame given, valuable adv. ul ¥*
sure help; mistake impossible written charts la MAs
l-.ngllsh ami German: imports genuine !!iiug.aria.rj^B
Gypsy Powder for lovj aud luck;, diseases cikredt^B
__$JjJ_jc£sJ _2oJiear^iy^___^e27_l2*iKß
GREATEST E-TELLEIt IN THE CITfiHR
reveals past, present and future call aud _W
MISS LELAND 789 Mission, near Fourth: l_■
ladles gent. email $1; lucky c nanus. ____B_B_
-_■_ DKMTUTB. I ' -A A *_&££
DH. THOMAS L. HIIE cloTLLLOV^sTu'iß^^^
lng; oruce hours, 0 to 5. I - ap24 o _jfl___|
LL NEWSPAPSKS HAD LO.VO ARTIL'LES^g^
them stating that the Insane tsylurns are full ga
■ people who took gas only once for painless tooth c ag
traction and went crazy My secret painless mcth'H
Is wonderful. by Its use any deuJH operation n"i __p
be done painlessly, will forfeit $100 for any ioo:iilB|
that I cannot extract without iieep or gas, cv« j^
though a dozen dentists have felled to extract it .^B
All oiieratlons done better thau (i_? wh ,fr, . 6lQ0 ? I _■
have seven first prizes for bc'L-'"! 'inings. Plata «|
and crown work. Therearo 5 LP* i.orniati Oifico H
open till 9:30 p. m.: Sunday! tUi J v. M. DIE. Bfe
GEORGE W. LEEK. 6 O'Farreir*. " OC9 tt ■-.-.
POLTON DENTAL~SBOSTiCON 806 MARKET M
VJ st. (Phelan building,); gas sfieclallsts: positively W
extract teeth wit', pain; " [i V!^* that makes _>
and gives the celebrated" coltoa Gas"; 30.000 ret. ■
erenJes; established l, s 6'': , a " I "V.i n ?.L ailentls try ■
performed. i»g._CH* BLBB W. PECKER. te7 tf S
TM! A I I I'M M HILL, 1443 MARKET ST., BET. &
D Tenth and Eleventh; no Charge for extracting __U
when pistes a"-' made; old plates made over Ilk* afl
new, teeth from $8 per set: extracting 50c. . ml tf __a
1~~-l 1.1, set. $7: EXTRA! I ING. POSIT IV mm
J< painless, 50 cents. DR. C. A. PERKY, 8 Masour^K
St.. formerly 841 Market st. - - ■■> -*. ■■.-.„*, ___
TNR. KEA 823. MARKET. EXTRACTS ; TEETiiMI;
XJ with gas tor $1; open evenings, sell tfJH
OF'7 A SET. FOR TEETH; WARRANTED A^^
to. I good as can be made; filling $1. - DP.. SIMM sMP,
dentist, 930 Market st.,next Baldwin Theater.oel tl__jg
A FULL SET OF TEETH FOB $7 FILLINGS At __%
lowest prices work warranted DR J. W. KEI __
841 Market St., opp Baldwin. mini ll ___}
DR C.H. WILSON,' DENTIST,! 925 MARKE___S
St., bet. Fifth and Slvth. pun. Mason. -- delotf MFJm
jy_y- '■ >*"J '-'.rtsAsci . • - '' 7-7- fl
SHAME— CALIFORNIA BLOOD G____
see Justice .done; about $20,000 required •__■>
aMplejecurlty ; good Interest. Three of you addr____E
Justice. Box 91, call Branc Oflice. - lijHffiS
fla^llWl finh TO WAN J AT LOWEST MAIM
, tUJUVU.UUU ket rates on city and country te.iMJ
eatati, any amounts. SCHPLLEK, 420 California, tKßijl
'V':77.":':'-J'.?">^ A "^''' : -''--''-''''''~_^
B. AOEm, 7 QRANT AYE.: Low FEES: EY/B^ai
la^.silails; men,ladiL'..counilently consult. frijßJEi-f

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