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THE MORNING CALL
Hat a lar c or circulation than any other
Mtrapaper iinltlinhwl in San Francisco.
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scription rates, 15c per week. Give order to carrier
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AUCTION SALKS TO-DAY.
' ■ !Tt-PK.— Cba& Levy, at 536 California
it.. in o'clock.
i ; i sri i- UK.— By SI. J. Simmons, at 800 Hayes
Bt., at 11 o'clock.
WEATHER fbedictions.
Sirnat. Skuvick, IT. S. AnuY,")
Division ok the I'acihc, ',
San I'K ani isco. Alls. 2s. 1891). j
6 v. m.— Pacific time. J
Synopsis for the Post Twenty-four Hours.
The barometer Is highest on the Washington
coast anil lowest in Southeastern California; the
temperature lias g nerally falleu at coast stations
ninl risen la che Interior: i!:e weatbex has been fair,
except light rains at llaker City, Carson City and
Forecast Till 8 P. 31. Friday.
For Northern California— Fair weather, ei.-ept
light rains at Carson City; south to west winds;
stationary temperature, except cooler at Sacra
mento.
For Southern California— Fair weather; winds
generally westerly; stationary temperature, except
cooler at Vuil.a.
For Oregon— Fair weather, except lUbt rain at
1::,k,-r City: north to nest winds; stationary tem
jjerature In the western portion; cooler in the east
ern portion.
i.: Washington— Fair weather; winds generally
northerly; stationary temperature.
■ I'M N P. FINI.EV.
Lieutenant Signal Corps (tv charge).
lIIE CALL'S CALEXDAK.
iroosT, 1890.
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FBIUAI AUGUST 23, 1890
NOTICE!
Aay of our patrons who fail to find
THE HOBHUTG CALL for sale by
tr;iin-boys will confer a favor by noti
fying this office of the fact, nani'n? the
date and train.
UCNIVIFAI TICKETS.
There is no question whatever of the
ability of Mr. Buckley to control the Dem
■ Municipal Convention when it
He controlled the Democratic State
Li in thi ugh hia solid San Francisco
.tiuii, and it will be a much easier
ta-k lor him to control the Municipal ('■ n
vention. The personnel of his ticket will
not be i f much iui] ortance. No man on it
i .hi make ;: ! - tter ;. ■ ial, if elected, than
Buckley allows him to be. The eyea of the
- of t. c pi pie i.ow turn toward the
Ee| üblican party. A municipal eonven
tu n working on the lines laid down at Sac
ran.rn to can V>e elected. Thousands of
Demi crats stand ready to contribute ihcir
vote to the over;! row of Buckley. Inde
i endent voters to a m;n will support a
t!i roughly good municipal ticket. Under
c< nditii ds, tiie stndy of the Republi
can leaders sbi uld be to select a ticket
reproach, both as to it- personal char
.-■i.J in its telatiou to the machine.
Organization there must be, but the kind
of organization which places one man in
i of the party is ti be p.vi ided. Much
:.- (I c people dread a continuation of the
ley regime, they might not see any ad
i : ,:■■ in a change of bosses. Seeking
the support of the better element of the
community without distinction of party,
ti.i Republicans n.u-t present a tic!;et that
is « guaranty of good government. The
material for such a ticket is at hand; but
the bt-st n en who can he induced, to accept
nominations will not allow their names to
1 used to deceive the public. They will
not imitate Mayor Pond in lending their
i ami s and respectability to a.ticket that,
as a whole, is subject to corrupt influences.
As- a prudent, self-re.spectiu« business man
avoidj ions with doubtful schemes,
so would he avoid becoming a. part of a
c rrnpt government 'ihe reluctance ol
really first-class men to accept public office
may be traced in many cases to the duubt
ful character of the officials with whom
they may be associated. An official cannot
always explain that he is not responsible
for an act which he has opposed with all
bis power. Rather than be placed in a
position, he declines a service whicli
he would willingly undertake if he coulu
have assurance that his associates would
b.- up to his standard. At the present
juncture the Jlepublieau party should
n.-ake a point of inducing a High class of
business men to enter the public service.
Tie key to the situation lies in the Hoard
of Supervisors. With an intelligent and
honest board the departments cannot go
far wrong.
•IMF. (KXUMFB «>F OIK CKIISEK.
The performance of the cruiser San Fran
cisco on her trial trip demonstrates that
whatever we cannot do on this side nf the
Continent, we can build ships as well as it
not better than the people of the Atlantic
State?, who have been engaged in ship
building for over two centuries and a half.
We do not recall any trial trip, either In
American or in Euro can waters, iv which
the vessel on trial did better than she was
required to do at her first effort. As a gen
eral rule, ships of war whicb are required
by their contract to make a certain limit of
speed duly accomplish the task after re
-1 rated failures; and the spied is seldom
maintained for so long a period as four
hours.
The event is especially noteworthy as
this Coast is destitute of the essential ma
terial-used in modern ship-building— steel.
When the Union Iron Works first proposed
to compete with the Eastern ship-builders
it whs sneering]}- observed that we should
next hear of Minnesota growing pine
apples. And there was a plausibility in
the sneer. As a rule, manufactures suc
ceed best in localities which produce the
raw material which they consume. But
the nile is subject to the higher law that
the prime factor in success is human in
. genuity, and that ingenuity is developed to
Its highest degree by obstacles. It is when
nature seems to say to man, this or that
you -hall not do, that wan rouses himself,
sets his wit to its utmost tension, and re
solves that he will do that very tiling, just
because of ils difficulty. It i, not at
„ " v! ,';" . or Saval >"ali that the cotton of
vL^Ta I made into clotl '. but iD New
EnKlMld. where no cotton plant ever tilus-
Km,ed outside of a conservatory Ami 80
he success of the San *™cisco^courages
the lope that, as years ago this city pro
duced the finest blankets in the i' 5,
■ made of foreign wool, it may come here
after to build trie swiftest and the stanch
est .ships, built of Pennsylvania steeL
. The example of the new cruiser should
not be lost on enterprising men. What the
Union Iron Works has done other works
can do. There is no limit to the number of
steel. ships which will be wanted on the
Pacific in the next quarter of a century.
Ordinarily the orders for these vessels
would bo to the Clyde or to the Delaware;
let us show the world that we can build as
fine ships here as they do there, and the
business will come here,' even though our
charges be a little higher.
BUST ISUIKLEY GOVEISN?
Tho public generally realize that although
conventions are called and delegates are
chosen to select candidates for office no
individual can be nominated by what is
now termed the Democratic party in San
Francisco unless lie receives the approval
of Buckley and his lambs. . Wo say our
citizens almost to n man realize that tills is
the situation, and that those who are
nominated by Buckley must be persons
who will do* his bidding, or at least they
must not stand in the way of his carrying
into effect his plundering schemes. Ask a
Democratic voter if Buckleyism is Democ
racy, and he will tell you that there is no
Democracy in it. He will inform you that
all of the offices of any importance ate filled
by Buckley's agents; that it is impossible
for an honest, hard-working Democrat to
obtain any position, aud that even the clerks
in the departments must pay over to some
body a portion of their earnings. Does
The Call misstate the situation in
a single particular? What we urge is
known by nearly every person in San Fran
cisco of ordinary intelligence. Those who
have read tlie reports published in the
columns of - The Call during the past few
days must have beep struck with the per
sistency with which efforts have been made
to place men In important positions in con
nection with tlie registry of voters for
vicious purposes. It is as The Call has
urged for two or three years past criminal
to permit men to be placed in office who are
selected by such nien as Buckley. It is
enough to have our Judges nominated by
Buckley, but how does it seem to have clerks
who are not above staffing ballot-boxes oc
cupy important positions where they may
possibly arrange lor drawing jurymen '!
We know that Senatorsliips are bought
and sold, but our citizens do not all realize
that knaves are frequently placed upon our
grand and petty juries. Let persons who
doubt this have important cases in court
and employ intelligent lawyers, and the
chances are that they will be told to be
upon their guard or just enough jurymen
will find their way into the panel to trip
them up. The Call believes that the in
habitants of Kan Francisco cannot afford to
permit this man Buckley to continue to
select their officers. Democratic voters
surely cannot afford to have their party
prostituted as it has been for two or three
years past. Tin: Call is not certain but
( ur citizens will support Buckley's can
didates for cilice once again. Neither does
it know but they will elect another Board
of Supervisors who will nnblnsbingly vote
for projects which will enrich a few persons
at tin expense of the people, but it hopes
not. ■
THE UI.Ci.IMJ OF IOWA.
Tho Eastern papers are commenting with
pained surprise on the extraordinary reve
lations of the census regarding lowa. It
appears that lowa, which had 1,624, 000 in
habitants in ISSO and 1,753,000 in ISS."», only
shows a population of 1,450,000 in 1890. In
other words, alone among the States of the
Union lowa is going backward and not
forward. The general disposition in the
East is to ascribe the decay of this fine
State to the influence of prohibition. It is
said that the doctrines of the prohibition
ists have not only checked the tide of immi
grants which was pouring into the State at
the rate of 60,000 a year, but have actually
driven a larger number than that of the
actual inhabitants of the State to fly from it
and see!; a home in States where their
social habits will nut be regulated by law.
There may be something in this, but pro
hibition alone will not ace >unt for the fall
ing off in the population of lowa. The
chief cause of the phenomenon lies deeper
than local legislation. People do not leave
their State in a body because legislators
pass unwise laws; they stay where they
are and vote the opposition down. Men pull
up stakes and go in quest of pastures new
when the old field aad the old calling fail
to furnish them with the old living, ai.d
that, probably, is the true secret of the de
cliiuj of lowa.
lowa has been forty-five years in the
Union. The enabling act was passed in
IK3S, but the proclamation admitting the
Stale was not Issued till the last day of
Jolm Tyler's term in 1845. The population
of lowa was counted, however, In the cen
-; - of 1840, when the Teiritory was found
to nave 4o,ooopeoi le. Its soil was chiefly al
luvial, a rolling prairie, which yielded easily
thirty bushels of wheat or fifty bushels of
corn to the acre. In the decade ls-W-">0 the
; pupation Increased nearly five-fold, to
103, CC«, and the same rate of progress was
maintained in the succeeding decade.
When the great tide of imtnicration set in
during the war lowa got more than its
share; li-70 found it with over 1,000,000
V-ecp!e and I*Bo with 1,624,000. By that
time most of the farms on bottom land,
will) easy access by rail or water to dis
tributing markets, had bten occupied and
the laws had |in a stop to railroad exten
sion, .so that wheat and corn raising in
fully half the unties of the State was a
futile puisuit. The progress of lowa was
tin seen to lave culminated.
Owing to the astonishing increase in
wheat s.cn-age all over the world, the price
of cereals had declined to the cost of pro
duction, or even less, and land had fallen in
production. Farms which, in 1877-80, were
easily worth $.75 an acre ci uld not be sold
in 1883 for £25. Nor could the railroad com
panies, which had just emerged in a semi
bankrupt condition from the long anti-rail
ioi-.ti war, be induced to build branches so
as to open up new country where laud could
still be bought at from $2 50 to $5 an acre.
stagnation spread over the State, and not
only were new-comers from New England
and Europe disiourafied from settling with
in its borders, but young men, sons of the
soil, departed in search of more promising
lands if promise in Dakota, Wyoming,
Washington and other States and-Territo
ries on this Coast. It is this migration
bid] the census tables reflect.
Within the past six or eight years the
lowana have realized that they must adept
new methods if they want to make a living
out of their land. Their wheat yield ha?
declined from an average of thirty bushels
un acre to an average below twenty. For
this there is no remedy, except the use of
fertilizers and more thorough cultivation,
lor which the I( wans are. not quite ready.
But the ecru crop may be turned to profit
able account by increasing the product of
pork and beef, and to that the more intelli
gent farmers of the State are devoting much
attention. A corn crop which will not real
ize over 25 cents a bushel on the faun— thai
is to say, Ii m than the fixed charges of the
grower— may pay a fair profit if it be
shipped in the shape of three or four year
old steers. Of course, the lowan cattle-"
grower has to contend at a disadvantage
with the cattle-grower of Colorado, New
Mexico or Montana, who pastures his cattle
on the public domain. But still, a much
finer grade of cattle can be raised by intel
ligent beef-raisers in lowa than are shipped
from the randies on the Canadian, the Par
adox and the Snake, and thus, perhaps, the
man in lowa, handicapped as he is by hav
ing to pay relit or interest' on his range,
may not do so badly. But it is evident that
the "boom" in lowa is over. Henceforth
its growth may be steady, but it will be
slow.
\\ 1 1 n a Jin Mr.
Tin* Examiner says that the ticket nomi
nal) (I .'it San Jose was selected by Hie coun
try delegates against Buckley's most vigor
bus (Hurts. This opinion di i>s not m-i-iii to
be shared by the Record-Union,
which says that niter l'ond had knelt be
fore the throne, the San Francisco delega
tion was cast for him "with a thuinn that
echoed round the State and will not cease
to Bound in the ear of voters until the sun
BOM down on election day.". It is a little
significant that the Buckley organ should
desire to nmke it appear that Buckley had
little or no influence in the San Jose Con
vention. They do not seem to be proud of
their master. ; Buckley himself is a politi
cian who cares mainly, for results. lie is
quite willing to have the idea go out that
he was beaten in convention if thereby his
chances of getting : his ticket elected are
improved. But the fact that Buckley threw
the vote of - the San Francisco : delegation
nearly solid for Buckley would discourage
any other paper than the ' Examiner from
making an attempt to convince the people
that the country delegates named the candi
date for Governor.
THK IBAIi IOACHKHS.
Ihe news brought by the North Ameri
can Commercial Company's steamer Arago
v not of a character to encourage the com
THE MORNING CALL. SAN FRANCISCO, FRIDAY. AUGUST 29. 1890-EIGHT PAGES.
pany to keep its contract with the Govern
ment. The Arago rcpoits a catch of only
20,!T0 skins for the season. President
Liebea of the Korth American Commercial
Company attributes the small catch to the
activity of poachers. The Kusli apparently
lias been a spectator of the operations of
the forty poaching vessels which swarmed
in tlie sea. The Rush doubtless follows the
orders received from Washington, but there
is an apparent conflict between these orders
and the tone of Secretary Blame's letters to
the British Foreign Minister. Of course,
there was dancer that the seizure of
poachers by the Hush would provoke con
flict with British cruisers, but as such
seizures would only be carrying out the
policy laid down by the President's proc
lamations, the failure of tho Kush to make
seizures furnishes an example of forbear
auce the American people may not imitate.
EDITORIAL NOTES.
Tlie House recently passed a pension bill that
no one liail the hardlnood to object to, allowing
Mrs. Mary B. Cushing $50 a month. Her son,
Lieutenant Alouzo H. dishing, was one of tin
heroes of Gettysburg. On the third day of that
hlstoiic battle, while holding his frightfully
lacerated abdomen with one hand and filing a
cannon with the other, when ordered to leliie
on account of his wounds he answered, "Let
me five them one more shot," then died upon
ilielield. Another son, Lieutenant William ß.
Cushion of the navy, blew up the confederate
IroDClad Albermarle. her captain afterward de
claitng that 110 more gallant deed was done dur
ing the war. Another son, Lieutenant Howard
B. CusLlng, lost his life in an Apache campaign,
and his brother, Hilton, died In the naval ser
ve-. Congressman Wilson, In appealing for a
pension for the old mother, 82 years of aRe, elo
quently declined: " The mother of the Gracchi
never pointed with more pride to her jewels than
aid this mother of heroes, and no Spartan mother
who rent her sons to the Held of battle In de
fense of Sparta with the -Injunction to return
with their shields or upon them, ever manifested
more heroic, self-sacrificing devoiiou to her
country than did this now vener.ible old lady."
. Not even " War Claims" Kuloe had the heart to
object to this appeal.
The new Fortification Act provides funds for
the commencement of the lens-needed improve
ment of our harbor defenses, and though the
amount, $360,000, appears Hilling, the pros
pects are that It will be followed by annual
allowances till the work Is completed. The act
also' devotes funds lor stieugllieiilug the de
fenses of New YorS and Boston. A', the latter
port, Colonel Mansfield, the engineer In charge
of the work, In outlining ihe plans of the Gov
ernment, states that it will cost mure than
$3,000,000 to execute them. Ultimately tlie
foils of Boston Harbor will be arm d wllb 130
sea-coast mortars of the largest size and some
lifty puns of the newest and heaviest patterns,
lancini; from the 8-lncli breech-loader, weighing
thirty tons, to the giant 18-lnen destroyer, weigh.
me 307 tous and carrying a ton shell nearly
teen miles. The first work undertaken there
will be the location of an 8-Inch gun as soon as
possible at I on Wan en, where It will be placed
on an elevating carriage behind ramnarts of
earth and stone seventy feet thick. The plans
foi the new deleuses of San Francisco are moie
elaborate and moie costly than those of Boston.
Between 1871 and 1890 England spent on her
navy (887,188,806, ye; the recent naval maneu
vers, which cost the country about a million dol
lars, weie, like tlie late experiment of France,
far from satisfactory. The maneuvers were In
tended to elicit information as to the possibility
of a hostile licet seeming and letalntni: posses
sion tor ten days of the various trade route*,
thereby cutting off England's food supplies. The
hostile fleet In this Instance was successful, but
to accomplish this an average of 100 tons be
rood the proper coal capacity of each ship was
taken aboard, the extra supplies being stowed in
the b.itteiles. The home fleet only carried the
oidinary snoply, and although her guns were
ready for action, the two fleets ant no nearei
than tlfiy miles 10 each other. The expense of
repairs will be enormous, and as a result of the
allair Sir Thomas Symounds declares that 42 of
Britain's 77 larger Ironclads and 10 transpoi ls
are en her dangeious or useless, owing to inade
quate bulkhead arrangements or obsolete ma
chinery and moments.
American engineering skill scored another
triumph when tin- bit; span of llio Oblo Railroad
bridge was safely swung into position. Five
bundled and twenty-three feet iv length, weigh
ing 1800 loin and supported on scaffolding
erected on nine big baigea It was recently hauled
into position and deposited on stone piers eighty
feet above low-water mark, settling into Its
final resting place without a* Jar. The bridge,
which cost $1,000,000, is 4537 feet iv length.
Salvatoi's wonderful performance yesterday
astonished tlio-e fortunate enough to be present
at Monnioutli Park. Carrying 107 pounds, as be
ill I, he not only beat Kaveloe's uhenomenal time,
but went 3 i seconds belter with a record of
1 ::;."■' 3 . ' The King of the Turf fairly won an
ovation, the like of which was never before wit
nessed on the track.
France would like to see Italy sever her rela
tions with Germany and Austria. I'lesldent
Carnot, in keeping with popular sentiment, lias
ordered a squadron to visit Spezzia on Septem
ber ill't, 10 salute King Humbert, who will be
there on that date to «i ness the launching of an
Italian liouciad.
DESPOILED OKAVES.
IToJlminsry Action Urine Taken for
"Prosecution,
The following circular is of interest ami
self-explanatory:
With profound regret the undersigned commit
tee let] called uioii to diiect your attention to
the desecration of craves in the UreeklCussian-
Slavoulau-OilhorioxKasleiD-Cuurch Cemetery In
II. « city of San Francisco, and to urge Upon you,
and eveiy ottier good nun wlio baa considera
tion for Hie memoiy of deuaiied ft lends and
relatives to come forward and ii-»M us in col
hctiui? the funds necessary to a Vigorous and
successful prosecution of each and every one of
(hose l.iii;ai!d«. clothed witli tlie pretext of au
thority, who aided or abetted In removing tfie
I. mien bodies ilial have so loui: lain in our bury-
isiouud". In tins laud of civilization and
Uirlsliau enlicliteuineiil all decent people should
unite ii' (iriiiiiiociUK Hie hcis of despoliation ol
those who liave will) caieless bands gone down
into the giaves of ILose who were Dear aud dear
in us ai th>« life, and whose bodies v.ere laid to
testaficr ilien decease with no other expectation
than that they would be allowed to forever slum
ber In peace and quiet in craves which have
teen moistened and consecrated with Hi ■■ tr.ii
of i «- : i »- i..; ruouruei?. Will wo penult tins
band of vandals to desecrate, with Impunity, the
eternal stumbeis of fathers, mothers, sisters,
bioiuers, wives and liv- bauds, whose dead bod
lea are dearer to us liiau life Itself?
Will » stand silently by and permit this work
of desecration to be perpetrated with bunds bo
Ureteuaa to leave tcatiered In the wake the
once builed bones of our Kindred »nd bits of
the eoffloa that once contained then- blessed
bodies?
Never, we trust, while the memory of our dead
.11 held in reveieuce and tespect. Wherefore,
we I--.- you to lend us a helping hand and the In
let v. :, lon of no obstacle will be allowed lo
stand between us and the Infliction of just and
infilled ivtiiDullon.
What security can we hope for m future If
these acis of lawlessness are allowed to iso tin
iuiii»i,ed? What protection can we expect?
What Is now left for us to do but to brIUK to our
aid the criminal laws of the country?
Not satisfied with robbmi: our treasury and
itckles-iy wasllue ii. thousands of dollars that
we might now have collected tor educational,
chain, ble and benevolent purposes; bill they
most distuib the bodies and scatter i lie bones oi
our dead aud insult the decency and devotion of
ihellviui;. w^»«.c<
Si. met lung, let us aualn urge upon you, must
be done. So please assist us to the extent o'
your ability, however small the assistance may
be, aim very pi eatly Oblige, sincerely yours, Ii
M. Coi'Clievi.cb, Cosnian Cosialein, <;. Vallauo-
DeuiFlri McKee, N'CKlej Sies, Danish Carlo,
John I'eteis, Sam Ali'hi vlch, (Jomuililce.
ii Vullrjo street, Son anctico.
C- iivfiilliiii m Snnta Cruz.
The Christian Church annual convention
meets at Santa Cruz this evening, and will
remain In si-ssion for ten days. Tlie new
tabernacle in Carlieid I'ark will ku dedi
cated on Sunday. There is one Christian
church in this city, on Twelfth street, near
Howard. Etv. M. J. l'ergusou is the pas
tor.
Laige variety of chewing lames at Townsend's.*
Visit Battle o[ tiettvsburt;, Market and Tenth.*
l.x i u.\ line clioctilait! cream* at Townsend's. •
Two pound* cie.im mixed caudles In Japanese
basket, only otic, Towusend's, G27 Market. •
J.I-.CI-ttkk'sOi.d But ui:o.v.— Tii is celebrated
whisky is for sale by all tii-Mt-clas* druguUis and
grocers. Trade m.uk— Mai within • sinclil. *
James Lick Baths.— The James Lick Uatlis
will be <>; '■!<«'! to he public about Hie l-i of Uc
tober, according to the report of Hie Trustees.
- The Elite of the City
Will attend the grand opening of the World's
Fair Big Tree Exhibition Saturday evening,
August 80th, corner Ninth and Market streets.
In ii. lleaf.V-
A IXBSUH cated of Deafness and noises la tlie
bead of 23 years' standing by a Simple Remedy,
will send a description of It WRMM to any person
who apilies to Nicholson, 177 MacDougal
street. New York. '-■ -■j ■ • •
Fob"; Costkmi't.— Uoge sent rA. A.
McLean ■to the County Jail yesterday for con
tempt of coui t in not having paid the alimony to
his wife otdeied by the court pending trial of the
divorce case. McLean will remain iujalluutll
he pays the $200 due hi- wile.
M. Meu»«ftorjr«r'» Call Stjl« Hntg :
Will be Introduced Saturday, August 30th. Ills
styles as usual, the dressiest, ; nobbiest of
any. ' Fall not to inspect Ills styles before any
oilier*. - Northeast corner Montgomery aud Busn
streets; 407 Kearny. =, ■ - »,m jiimi -jj
.... .. » ■..'•.-..'■ ■■'■'■-
ri DivoitOE Granted.— Judge Levy lias granted
a divotce to Mary Callahin from John Callalian
for cruelty and failure to provide.' The parlies
were mauled for twelve years In the evidence
.it was slated that a blow from Callalian at one
I time had made his wife ill for a year. - .
Under Another Charge.
W. B. Taylor, first mate of the American
ship St. Paul, who was arrested for Insub
ordination, Dut discharged, and immedi
ately rearrested and held for trial for beat
ing and wounding Sidney Jones, a sailor on
the St. Paul, was yesterday held for trial
by United States Commissioner Sawyer on
the additional charge of beating and wound
ing Henry Wilson, also a sailor on the ves
sel. In default of bail Taylor languishes in
tue County Jail.
Jury Disagreed. I
The jury disagreed and were discharged
yesterday in the trial in Jud^e Garber's de
partment of the suit of Sophie de Briggs to
recover $50,000 damages from Thomas Car
roll for injuries received. Plaintilf is a sun
tenant in a house owned by defendant, and
tiie falling of plaster from a ceiling im
paired her eyesight.
Umiprcrouud Wires.
The Paci/ie Telephone and Telegraph
Company has Riven notice to tho Hoard of
Supervisors that it has commenced laying
underground conduits for its wires on Bush
street, between Montgomery ana Sansome.
j Peculiar In combination, proportion and prepa
ration of Ingredients, Hood's Sarsaparllla possesses
the full curative value of the best known remedies
of the vegetable kingdom. Try 1t."..:
"Sins. WmiAVi BOOTHrsa Syrup" has been"
used over Hfty Years by mothers for their children
while Teething with perfect success. It soothes
the child, softens the Gums, allays all rain, cures
Wind Colic, regulates the bowels and is the best
remedy lor IHarrhira, whether arising from teeth
ing or other causes, and is for sale by Druggists in
every part of the world. Bo sure and ask for Mrs.
Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup. Twenty-five cents a
bottle.
Best Cabinets, $3 per doz, Khew's, 523 Kcarny.
Bkkcham's Pills cure billons and nervous Ills.
Extra mince pies. Swain's. 213 Slitter street.
notices or JIEKXIJiUS.
Tfr'^F' Audio Lodge. No. 123, <s^y^s>
ls=^£. O. O. F., meets THIS (FKI-^^%^
DAY) EVENING. Initiation. Visiting ■^SSS'^?
brethren cordially Invited. By order
F. M. 11ACKETT, N. O.
Holland Smith, Bee. Sec. It
TP^^ Vcrba Ituena I.iMl^re, No. •ss&F}£m,s
S^c/ No. 15, I. O. O. F.— Officers and^#^>&
members or the above Io lije are re- rS2*Sl'~Sr
qnested to be present in Memorial Hall, •Sw/Uw
Odd Fellows' Building, on FRIDAY, August 29th.
at 2 P. M.. fur the purpose or attending the funeral
or our late Brother JACOB HAIITMANN.
ED W. SCHWEKIN JR.. N. <».
X. ('. r.ov cc. Kec. Scs'y. au'2S 2t
3*^^=» rnit«"'l Ancient Order "t^tgsf
LfrJS' Druids— for the reception uiKtl
the Supreme Representatives, which will lie la JI
held at Union-Square Hall on TUESDAY EVENING.
September 2d. can be procured of Secretaries of
subordinate groves or at the cilice of the Grand Sec-
retary, 418 Sutler st. By order.
au2l) 5t EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.
'frygy* IlemiMicul.s. Kally to the. Frunt!
if*? The lorty-sixttt Assembly District Club will
bold a meeting THIS NIGHT (August .'ji.ii at -
o'clock at 530 Third st All Republicans are cor-
dially Invited. ROBERT LAVERY, President.
B. 11. Cook. Secretary. It
'iy^'.^P SteainHliip Stevedores* Protective
~a-~& Union— special meeting of tho union will
be held in Irish-American Hall on FRIDAY EVEN-
ing, August 29th, at 8 o'clock, to make liual ar-
rangements for our fourth annual picnic, to take
place In Badger's Park, East Oakland, on Sunday,
August 31, 1890. By order.
WM O'BRIEN, President.
.Ink. Griffin, Recording Secretary. It
3^S= Hall ti> l.« I Friday Evening- <iraml
Jr-jy Central, cor. M\th anil Market sts. jy'23 tf
bl'KCl AL notices.
|f^s= All Cases ltestorcd At Once, No
-t-^' matter Iron: what cause— Ladles. If you want
instant relief for monthly Irregularities, consult
the oldest and only reliable female physician of 40
years' experience: my Safe .Specific* are the best
ever discovend, and will positively cure after all
others fall; pills, $1; also latest Invention without
medic ne. Pit. M. STIiASSMAN. tf lti Post St.a 29 lm
.jPT~"3*= Charles Ashtmi. 411 >lontjr(imery M.
LJ-* 7 Rents eoUectedt personal attention to the
management or property in his care. Makes honest,
economic expenditures.
City agent Guardian Assurance Co. of London and
Pheulx lus. Co. or Brooklyn. au'JT tf
gf^-f* Books buliKht and »ul>l. Km; Bros.
SZS' a Fourth St.. near Market. nir27 It
ar^S* 5 ami U Room French Flato— ltath
;---'- / and pantry: all modern Improvements; *2:,00.
Can 1,,- seen ALBERTSON'S, 418 Shut wen St.. archi-
tect and builder: houses underpinned with brick or
wood at lowest rates. au'2B 7t*
&££' Karl Truant* lyectoil for »4. Colleo-
a>jy tlons made, city or country. Paciuc Collection
Company. 62a California St., Room 3. ile'2'2 tt
JtrtS" ••ad Tenants Ijected for SIO and
Jtr-JF all coats paid: collections city or country.
COFFEV'S COLLECTION CO.. Ul9 Montgomery, tt
■J''^ a r'tne "Watch -tntl Jewelry ltepalrin^
•»>*' a specialty. Watches cleaned, sl: main-spring.
|li warranted. W. a. HAMMOND, 4 Sixth st. a 5 lm
X^jS* ."'liinin'-i >larltime H.tcl-:15 Stan-
m~-^ ford. bet. Branoan, 'lownsend, Second and
Third >ts. ; patronage or mariners solid tfctL jy 14 (imo
Cr~3P 11. Nieoll, General Commission nnd
*»*' purchaalng agent, late of SIB Market St.,
Rooms Hi and 48, Phelan Building, Market st. ; com-
missions of all descriptions executed; properties
sold, let, exchanged or taken care of; life and tire
insurance effected, an It; lm
tt~S= > Home Institution for the Special
Jr~& treatment Of abdominal and pelvic ulsedse.l
of womcu and men. Patients at a distance wbo can
not obtain the comforts and care so essential to suo-
eesK In connection with judicious hi.. l proper treat-
ment may eommnnlea a with John a. MILLER,
111.. 236 Taylor st., San Francisco. Jyl it 3in
SpT^* A Sure and Safe Cure for Klieuma-
i-" 7 tism and Gout for sale. Try it. Address A.
11.. Box l:;.'. Call Branch Place. anltt 141*
fns=" Doctor* K. A: It., l.;il<* Army S ur-
»>» geons and Specialists— Cure all Vitrntci o/
Urn of a Vrivalt Xaturc In less time and ror less
money than any other Specialists on the Pacific
Coast. Free advice. All commnulcallons strictly
conlidential. c. ill or write to DOCTORS B. .v is.,
523 Kearny street, San Francisco, Cat. The Doctors
are.well-knuwn and to be recommendod. an 1 11
JiTS=" Astral-Seer— l'aKt. I'resent, Kiitiirr-:
■J*-^ hnroicopeca-^t. Pror. Holmes, 11 Scott. 14 tim
TT^jf" Old <-"ld and Silver Itmiuht ; Send
**-*s your old go.tl and silver by Bail to the old
and reliable bouse or A. COLEMAN. 41 Third St..
San rranrisco: 1 v. 11l send by return mail the cash;
II amount is not satisfactory will return the gold. 2y
i^S* I)r. Rlcord's Specific- For Kidneys.
•*•** bladder and liver: fl;soie agent. A. GROS,
Druggist, cor. Kearny and Washington, S.F.JeI4 Brno
Cf^SP Mm. Schmidt, Midwife. Graduate
u-^ University of Heidelberg, Germany: private
hospital ; women's diseases a specialty; sure specific
remedy for monthly irregularities; reasonable.
outre 12111/j Mission St.: 2toti f. m. in) ' 27 12mos
JfTTf liadi«g, Send for Our I'mnplilet*—
»-& We have souietbing new which will save you
trouble; price »3. Address XI UK WOOD HARD
KUBBKR CO., Market and Jones, 4th floor. R. 124,
Nil nl-ranc isco. Send stamp; lady agents wanted, ap&tf
rKJ?> Smith £ Trtiwlirliijfe, West Coast
tt^£r Wire Wow. 11 Drniunist. jfll Bin
Tf^vv >m. Wilm«t, Clairvoyant. Ladlea
(S~*s -,0., gentlemen $1. BBsyi| Market. R'ln 39. Bin
fJ:~J-r" II:-. •'. C. O'l>niin<..ll— <>«!<•« ami lte«.
Jr-C N W. cor. Washington and Kearny sts. niyii^
Jf7s=» Alamo-la Maternity Villa: Strictly
S-JS' private. DRS. FUNKE. nr. Enclnal Pk.mB tf
"^S" Mrs. I)»vics, 426 Kearny St.: Only
im-*s safe and Mini cure lor all teuiHlv troubles.l2tf
T^jf Dr. Hall, ■i;:I Kcarur U.-Dlnpaiietiif
&*£* women » >i.,-. . .i»t ; hours 1 to 4. •> to .-.u.vj ly
f~ 3»=> Dr. IliC'-rtl'n Restorative I'IIIk; dpe-
Jr~& rltic for exhausted vitality, physical debility,
wasted forces, etc.; approved by tlie Academy of
Medicine, Palis, and thu medical celebrities. Sold
■ by J. G. STEELIi & CO.. 635 Market St.. Palace Ho-
tel, San Francisco. Sent by mull or express. Prices:
Pox of 50, *1 25: of 100. *2; of 200, $3 50; of 400,
<B. Preparatory Pills. $'-'. Beud for circular, le'2 tf
BfTS* A Week* New* for 5 Cents— The
ir~p > Wkkkly <'<i.i.. In wr.ii'niT ready for mailing.
UlVll)r.N.» M>TICKS.
(t~Sp nivlil.-ml Notice— Dividend No. 64
»35' ,ji per share) of the OCEANIC STEAM-
SHIP COMPANY will be payable at the office of the
company, 327 Market st. on and after Monday,
September 1. 1800. Transfer books will close Mon-
day. August 'li, 1890, at 3 o'clock v. v.
aii.'Oi/.t I. II SHELDON, Secretary.
sriKrruAi.isy7~~
MRS. J. J. WHITNEY. CLAIRVOYANT TEST
medium, life-reader. 1812 Market st. nul'.itr
ISS BEN lI A I>. MEDIUM: INFORMATION
on stocks, lottery, love, etc. 353 Fourth. a 12. lm
'■ .-. CLAIRVOYANTS. '
MRS. KINKEAD. CLAIRVOYANT TRANCE ME-
dllllil. 12.1111 I, Market st. m , ,;,»
6ii'iiATiiiNs- jricatALß, '
adle^TujsT'slsrva'nts! s\VEljisiir~FM"-
IJ incut Oflice. 521 Bush at. l t »
/COMPETENT RELIABLE PERSON WISHES
\J few hours, work dally iv hotel or private ramil'v
Please call M Louisa st., near cor. four tlT ana *Bt'
U'OMAN, WITU BOY OF 13 W 7 IT(7 Is ABLE
"to work, wishes position as cook or housekeeper
'!' }■}'* . c ! 3, or country. Call or address MRS. A
SOU, ;i.>;l Mission st. au2ll ;lt » .
pOOl) WAITRESS WOULD i.iki: A GOOD
VJ situation. Address 55 Clementina st. au'2» at*
RESPECTABLE YOUNG LADY DESIRES SlTU-
atlou to do chamberwork, waiting or plain
housework; country preferred. 787 Folsoin. 29 2t*
(GERMAN WOMAN, FIRST-CLASS ■ WASHER '
Vj ironer and house-cleaner, wants work for
Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Address or rill
N.. 613 Natoma st., upstairs. au2B 21*
RELIABLE PROTESTANT lady WISHES A
situation to do upstairs work and tend to chii
dren. Apply 112 Grove st. au29 2t»
PROTEST ANT WOMAN WISHES SITUATION
i -oo J/o' 85 "", I ,' '"""r- flrst - <: "' cook and washer.
J o«IJ r <HK XL, iiuoin a. aii'Ji) "t*
C I ATION WANTED BY AN ELDERLY WO-
toJs fa jn!, >^c l e > " wage ' "■""■.fe/^.
NERUETIC YOUNG LADY HAVING PRACTI-
caI English education desires any honest work •
competent to take full Charge of children; expert:
enced teacher; good correspondent and reader- no
objection to country or travel: references Addreli«
Fidelia. Box 113, Call Branch Oltlce. au29 2t» 9
ITUATION WANTED BY YOUNG SWKDISIi
O girl ror general housework In a small American
family. Address 1055 Mission St. ail ""if*
/GERMAN OIRL 15 YEARS OF AGE WANTS TO
w take care of a baby for a reVpectabii famiii"
wages »10. . 113 William St., on Geary, near TaTloV
upstair... • ■.-.-. .. aU 29 2t*
RESPECTABLE SCOTCH WOMAN WISH IS "i
Ik situation as nurse: Is a good cook. Am>lvl7ss
Mission St. -■'-;-■' --■.■ ■■■■ :,: :•--;.- . ;'.. M1 J.jß J t «
COMPETENT PERSON TO DO LIGHT HOUSE
Bie?Sf JStliiy. *"*«"**"*«>*. W.
9 COMPETENT GIRLS WISH SITUATIONS AS
cooks in private family; one Ucrman and one
American cook: or would do homework. ASDtrat
12Q5 McAllister st. "FPJT^aj
1 \ EKMAN LADY WISHES POSITION AS HOl^sE
\J keeper. Call 190Si^ Ellis at., rear. """j^
; /L'IKST-OLASS LADY IRONER WISHES WORK
1 In laundry. Address Laundry, Box 103 C\ll
Branch i (nice. j^«
lI' OMAN WANTS WORK BY ThFdaY. WASH-
/" Ing, Ironlngor bouse-cloaalng. Address MRS
BARKER, 711 Greenwich st. * ™"™£ ! *:,
SrtTATlOy9-CO>TINIJKP.
IRST-CLASS FRENCH AND GERMAN COOK
1? In hotel or boarding-house, or short-order cook
In restaurant: city or country: Is good carver. Call
10 Anthony St., off Mission, near Second. It*
ANTED — SITUATION BY A COMPETENT
VY woman to do housework; Is a good cook; will
do plain washing; references: wages reasonable.
Address for 2 days. O. P., Boi 147. Call Brancfa.l*
T7-ISITINQ TEACHER-ENGLISH BRANCHES :
V French, German, Spanish, Delsarte and dancing
tanght. Address Instructress, Box 45, this oftice.l*
BENCH LADY, BPEAKINU GOOD ENGLISH,
wishes gentlemen's mending; understands tailor-
ing and family sewing; good operator: by day or
week. Address Seamstress, 708 California St. It*
■»f IDDLK-AGED WOMAN WOULD LIKE A
JYI situation for housework; city or country. 649
Mission 81 ....■■■-. it*
ITUATION WANTED BY A COMPETENT AND
k5 reliable person as Braid or companion to a young
lady. ~ 1415 Polk St., near California. ' It*
U" OUSEKEEPEK —AMERICAN LADY AND
daughter want positions together; both compe-
tent in all branches of Housekeeping. Address or
call SB3 Mission st. It*
KESSMAKEK WHO UNDERSTANDS HOW TO
cut and fit wishes to go out by the day In pri-
vate families. Address Dressmaker, 1425 Pine
street. - - - . ■ • au-'8 7t»
pOOl) SEAMSTRESS, ALSO ABLE TO MAKE
VJt children's clothes, wishes to go out by the day
in private families. Address Seamstress, 1423 Pine
street. - an'2B 7t*
M~~ IDDLE-AGEI) WIDOW WOULD LIKE A
place as housekeeper, or take charge or lodg-
ing-bonse. Call at 358 Jessie st. au'2B 4t«
1 POSITION WANTED BY A COMPETENT AMER-
ican girl to do upstairs work In a private family:
good reference. - Apply 623 Jones, bet. 1 and 4. 28 4*
V OUNG MOTHER. WITH A FRESH BREAST OF
1 milk, wishes a place as wet-nurse. Apply to DR.
ANDERSON. Room 4. Odd Fellows' Bulldlng.'Jß 31.*
/ ' OOD, CAPABLE GIRL, NOT LONG FROM THE
X j East, desires a situation at general housework.
Call or address 359'/! First St.. near Harrison. 2S 3*
YOUNG LADY WOULD LIKE A POSITION AS
I nursery governess. Address M. L., Glen Ellen,
Sonoma County. California. au2B 3t*
DANISH GIRL WISHES A SITUATION TO DO
general housework or ehaniberworkc. Apply New
Atlantic Hotel, '207 Montgomery aye., Room 11. 28 3*
fPJIOKOCGIILY COMPETENT LAUNDRESS;
1 understands all kinds or line Ironing; wishes
work by the aay: strictly respectable. Call 31Vi
ji asm i St.. near First. au2B - l \^
i, I -SITUATION IN PRIVATE FAMILY
M by first-class cook: understands her business lv
all Its branches; city or country. 21iy,> Valencia
street. ail2B 2t*
\'OUXO GIRL WISHES SITUATION TO ASSIST
1 with housework or upstairs work; with refer-
en c. 648 Howard st. au'2B 21*
\<H GIRL WISHES SITUATION AS UP-
-1 stairs work and seamstress, aud assist with wait-
Ing. B49^i Stevenson st. an3B'it*
WANTED— FEW STEADY PLACES TO WORK,
»> washing, ironing and Uuusc-clcaniug. 13 Lewis
St., off Taylor. au2B 2t*
li;L. 15, WISHES TO TAKE CAKE OF A
baby and assist In housework. Apply 35 Ches-
ley at. au2» 2t»
KESPECTABLK WOMAN WITH !l CHILDREN
wants situation in country: wages no object; Is
not afraid or work. Address 32 Clarence place, off
Townseud St. ' air^B 2t*
OOD COOK WISHES SITUATION; WILL DO
p aln washing; city or country. 24 Mint 28 2*
] ADV. LATELY FROM THE EAST, WISHES
Jj situation a> cook In restaurant. Apply at New
Atlantic Hotel, 207 Montgomery aye. anJMBt*
TT-IKST-CLASS DRESSMAKER WISHED EN*
V Kagementß. Address K. X., Call lsrancb Office.
838 Hayes st. au2B 2t*
V DIMi NORWEGIAN OIRL WISHES SITUA-
I tlon do genonl housework. 11 Da Bourn st.,
bit. Bryaut and r-i:uiii:in. olf Second. au27 st*
\'OC.Mi GIKL WISHES SITUATION TO AS-
-1 slst with housework or uustalrs work. 711
Stuck 1 it. au'27 4t«
LADY WISHES SITUATION: WILL ASSIST IN"
honsewnrk and all kinds of sewlcg. Address
A. ... I'm 143. Call Branch Office. au27 ■»»
yODNa LADY WITH EXPERIENCE WOULD
1 like a position as type-writer, copyist or assist-
ant book-keeper: references. Address Type-writer.
Box 10, this office. au27 3t*
ft ERMAN GIIIL WANTS SITUATION IN COUN-
' 1 try not tar from city at general housework in
small family, German family preferred. Apply 1050
Howard st. an 27 31
OITUATION WANTED BY YOUNG GERMAN
0 latiy with experience to do chamberwork. Ad-
dross I . l:.i\ T2li. I'M. i. Branch Orlice. au'27 3f
Ml(iAllO.\a-,UAI.h.
T^XkTTe VER W I BHEB SITUATION, THOROUGH-
'» ly competent and well recommended. Address
Gardener. 316 Bush st. an' 29 7t*
BOY OK 15 WOULD LIKE TO WORKON RANCH;
won:-! like to have a good home; small wages;
city or country. Address Ranch, Box 155, Call
Branch Office. _^ auS9 at*
MAN AND WIPE (JAPANESE) WANT SIT UA-
tlons: man Is good cook, wife will help in
kitchen and honsework; city or country. 137 V&
Watoma st. au'29 «t»
ITUATION WANTED AS NIGHT-WATCHMAN
by an active trustworthy elderly man; thor-
oughly understands managing steam boilers: Al
ri'lerences. Address Watchman, Box 45, this
office. aoM 3t*
Q - REWARD FOR A SITUATION AS ELEVA-
tor or watchman; has experience; reference
anil security If wanted. Address Elevator, Box 108,
Call Branch OHlce. an 39 at*
JAPANESE BOY, WHO HAS HAD EXPERIENCE
J as waller at table, wishes .situation In family.
Address GEORGE KUIiAMOCII 1, 105 Mason St. '29 3*
YOUNG MAN (28) DESIRES SITUATION IN A
1 first-class saloon; to learn more an object than
wages; security given If desired. Address M. N.,
Box 45. this office. au'2B 31*
~» S ENGINEER OR ASSISTANT, WITH 25
years' experience; Al references. Address C.
C, Box 45, this office. »u'29 2t*
\« ANTKU BY AN ELKVATOR-IiOY, POSITION
»' In hotel or ofiice building: best references; 5
years' experience. Address Elevator, Box 95. Call
Branch Office. . au29 st*
VOI'NO GERMAN WANTS SITUATION AS
X waiter or bar-tender; has good experience. Ad-
dress G. 0.. Box 45, this office. It*
\'OUN(i MAN, GAS-FITTER BY OCCUPATION,
desires situation around a factory. Address 0.,
Box 108. Call Branch Office. It*
V OUNG GERMAN AND WIFE (SWISS) WANT
J work In a private family: man as hostler and
to make himself generally useful; wife as chamber-
maid. «77*/2 or «7» Mission St. au2B 7t*
U ANTED — POSITION OF TRUST AS COLLEO
tor, watchman or J mltor, by reliable man: A 1
references. U. FRANKLIN, 1451 Seventh st . o.ik-
land. Cal. au'2H 3t»
I \' ANTED— SET OF BOOKS TO KEEP OF SMALL
»' business by book-keeper who has leisure even-
incs: references given. Address Book-keeper, Box
125. Call Branch Office. au'2H 3t*
MA< iIINE-GRINDERAND POLISHER WANTS
work: 22 years' experience. Address O. N
EDWARDS. 44 Third St. au'2B 3t*
OACHMAN SITUATION WANTED BY MAR-
rled man; city or country: references. Address
W. S.. liux 100, air. Branch OlUce.- au2B 2t*
yOUNU MAN, 18 (IiERMAN), WISHES TO
I learn the procery business. Address Grocery,
Box 100. Call Branch Olllce. au2B at*
MAN WANTS SITUATION AS BAR-KEEPER;
I'l several years' experience and several languages.
Address Saloon. Box mo. Call Branch Omee.3B 2t*
|>V A YOUNG MAN OF GOOD ADDRESS, A PO
J) sltlwi in either wholesale or retail house, or as
collector: best city references: security if wanted.
Address Business, Box 145. Call Branch. au27 7t»
OITUATION WANTED AS SALESMAN IN A
0 wnoiesalc or retail harness or shoe store: 9 years'
experience: best ot references If necessary. A. B.
CRANSTON. 411 Cole st. an B7 of
HOY OF 15 WOULD LIKE TO LEARN HAOBIN-
-1> Ist or plumbing trade. Address 305 First. 27 3t
SHORTHAND AND TYPE-WRITER WANTS A
0 situation; city or country; has reference, also
typewriter. Address T. W., Box 14.5, Call Branch
(iince. ' au27 3t*
II 'ANTED— A FIRST-CLASS POSITION FORA
M married man, who saved fiO by purchasing a
merchant tailor-made suit for * i<t : merchant tailor's
price $10. ORIGINAL MISFIT CLOTHING PAR-
LORS, corner Po-.t and Dupont streets. ■. '
ITUATION WANTED BY SOBEIt, INDUSTRI-
ous middle-aged man: handy to work with car-
penter tools: can paint : capable and willing to do
any kind or work about a place; has Business expe-
rt, „.... Address J. L. WOOD. loon .Minna 5t.27 31*
1.-'LDEIILY -MAN (IJKIiMAN) WISHES CAKE OF'
J private place; is good gardener and horseman:
wages nut so much an o' Jec' as good home: best of
refeienc s, Addrcts C. P., Box 32, this office. 27 3*
MAN (18) WANTS PLACE ABOUT STORE OR
private bouse: care of horses or garden. Ad-
dress K. B"X 32. this office. au27 St*
AN PAST MIDDLE AGE. WHITES A PLAIN,
round band, would like to write for a doctor, a
lawyer, a merchant! or a milliner. Address c. P. li.,
2913 Howard st. aii'26 7t*
Ei iiki.i.v GERMAN, UNDERSTANDS MAKING
buttt-r and cheese, ran tend to cows and horses
and take are of garden, wants' place: best refer-
ences. Address L. 8., 529 Sacramento st. au'2B it*
1)OSITION WANTED— BY YOUNIr MAN IN A
wholesale house as assistant book-keeper, ship-
Dine or entry cl. rk; best reference furnished: in city
or Oakland. Address H. c. 11., llie-'U I.arkin.23 7t*
AN, WITHOUT MONEY, WISHES ANY KIND
of work; best man in California. I'2OS I.,irkln
street. . au'23 7t«
U AH BOOK-KEEPERS. CLERKS AND
others who are looking for first-class positions
to call and see our merchant titllur-inade business
riiits lor $15: merchant tailors' price, • $30. '
ORIGINAL MIS! CLOTHING PARLOUS. Comer
Post and liunont streets. •■-■■--■:
KK.tIAXE lIKLP WANTED,
\V' ANTED— WAITRESSES Kill CllV HOTELS.
I 1 *'»0 ;ind $25: chambermaids, must help wait at
table, »20j cook, $35. ; hotel gazette,. 42o
Kearnyst. , r It ■
OTEL CHAMBERMAID, »'2O, FIRST-CLASS
piece; cook, small hotel, city, FIRST-CLASS
place; cook, small hotel, city, $36: 2 lamiiy
' cooks, •'-."' and $oO; plain laundress. Institution,
city i~0: second cook and dish-waalier, $'25; cook
on rani 125. see party here this niornim:: ua'i-
rcMi i'2s: waitress, assist chamberwork, *20, Tare
paid- g,rll for housework. R. T. WARD A CO., 010
■ Clay at. ■ ■ ■- ■ '■■ -'-„-•--:: - It - :
11 ANTED— FOR CITY AND . COUNTRY —(J
i' cooks. $30 and $35: 7 second girls and nurses.
$20 and $25; 2 first-class waitresses, private lainl-
lies $25: 4 waitresses, private bonrdlng-housea,
$ "0- 6 waitresses for restaurants. $0 week: 2 laun-
dresses, $20 and $25; girl for general housework.
Crescent City. $25. And we can furnish general
housework aud cooking for over 75 girls, at $15,
$20 and $-'». by calling upon J. F. CROSETT * CO.,
202 Stockton St. ■■:-■■■-■ v ■-■■■■-■■. - . - . It
HBEE ■' DINING-ROOM GIRLS, ■' PRIVATE
1 bojirtllng-honse, ' $20; man and wife on ranch,
$50- 25 girls, housework; German nurse-maid, $20.
European Otllce. 105 Stockton st. . It* -
TiTjiiN TED— COOK TO DO SMALL WASHING,
1 11 short instance In the country, $30: also second
girl for same place, $.0; 3 young nurses at $15 each;
Protestant seamstress and chambermaid, $25:5
girls for household work In an Institution, from $36
to $20: 10 housework girls, $25 to $20. Apply
.MISS PLUNKETT, 424 Slitter st, » - It '
XV ANTED FOR COUNTRY— 3 FRENCH, UER-
<I man aud American second girls, $20 and ♦.'.,; 4
girls for housework, $25; cook for Oakland, $25;
German nurse, care of valid, $20, all free fare. C.
R. HANSEN &. CO., 110 Geary St. ><■■■:■■ - It
Tar ANTED FOB CITY-3 GERMAN, SCANDINA-
I II rlon and Swedish cooks, $40, $35 and $30; Ger-
man or Scandinavian pantry girl for restaurant,'
$25; waitress, chambermaid and pautry-glrl, same
hotel, $20; girls for housework, $20 and $.'5; 2
fancy ironers for laundry, $9 per week. C. R. H AN-
SEN * CO., UOOearyat. „ ■■'..-; r ■ - It
IJESPECTABLE MIDDLE-AG'KD WOMAN FOR
lit light housework; small family. 710 Franklin
street. ■-;--?-.-■■-.-* • -i'> ';--» -:»-■ -'•■■ >. - an'2o St* ■
IRLS WANTED, BLONDES PREFERRED. AP-
to-day, 10 to 11, Clothing Co., 114-40
to-day, 10 to 11, Chicago Clothing Co., 34-40
Kearny st. It*
" : : I! K.T.I' 1 ■WANXED-CO'NTrNtnED^^
O GIBLS FOB THE COUNTRY. 5 RUSS STREET.
;/ji&onm»rci«ng«gaECi«=*ar?' - ■ au'29 '2t*
O WAITRESSES FOR SATURDAYS AND SUN-
' Children's quarter. Golden Gate Park.29 2«
\VANTED-2 GIRLS to learn dressmak-
" Ing. Apply 523 Lacuna St., near Hayes, a' 29 2t*
ANT ATTKESS. 1337 VALENCIA ST.
VOIMJ LADY COPY IST, ATTORNEY OFFICE,
1 Address M., Box 108, Call Branch. It*
GIRL, 14 TO 17, LIGHT HOUSEWORK. CALL
318 Twenty-seventh at. ' If
GIRL, HOUSEWORK, SMALL FAMILY; GOOD
VJ cook; wages $15. 506 Ellis St. - It*
WANTED— SCHOOL-GIRL, BET. 18 AND 17:
II room and board for light assistance; American
preferred. Call 417 Harrison st. .-■■■■ It*
A^CRSE-UIRL ABOUT 12 OR 14. I 182 LAG CN A
Xl street. - ■• ■ 'll
T\TEAT GIRL; GENERAL HOUSEWORK; RKF-
i> ere ii c ea. Call 1231 Guerrero St. It*
\\r ANTED-EXPERIENCED HANDS ON VESTS.
ii Apply Stevensomt. ll *
•\rOUNG WOMAN TO MAKE HERSELF USEFUL
I around a bakery. 612 Kearnyst. It*
n IRL « ANTED FOR DOWNSTAIRS; NO WASH-
Ijriiig; $20. 2414 Washington st. It*
WAITRESS IN RESTAURANT AT 118 ELLIS
• I St.: wages $20, with room. • ii__
ANTED KOR SAN RAFAEL, A NEAT GIRL
• I for cooking and housework. Apply 915 Eddy
St., bet. 9 to 12 and 2 to 5 o'clock. It*
AN EXPERIENCED HAND WANTED AT
dressmaking. Apply 503 Natoma st. It*
1 ' IRL FOR LIGHT HOUSEWORK. APPLY 1217
VJ Union st. . - - -. It*
/I IKL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK. 1000 VAN
VI Ness aye. It*
/-I lUL TO DO GENERAL HOCSEWOKK. IN-
GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOUSEWORK. It*
qulre to-day 807 (iolden Gate aye. It*
GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOUSEWORK. 918
Ellis St.: apply 10 to 2, atters. It*
GIRL FOR COOKINd AND HOUSEWORK;
washing given out. 9^o O'Farrell. It*
IRL FOR LIGHT HOUSEWORK. 1847 MAR-
kei st. ; it*
VOUNU 1.1P.L TO HELP MIND BABY AND DO
J. light work. 413 Fourth St. ■• It*
IRI ASSIST IN HOUSEWORK. 1604 MlS-
\jt slou st. au'23 at*
MALL GIRL — ASSIST GENERAL HOUSE-
work. 753 Market st. au2H 3t»
Ur ASTED— MACHINE OPERATORS OK STRAW
Iraid; also trimmers. Apply P. S. H. Mfg. Co.,
26 Jessie St., or to 571 Market st. au'2B 3t
H ANTED-GIRL FOR LIGHT EVENING WORK.
Vi 107 Powell St. au2B 3t*
pOOD FINISHERS ON CUSTOM COATS. GA-
\J BEL'S, 308 Stockton St. auJ- 3t*
YOUNG LADY WASTED" IN GOOD-PAYING
1 business. 28i,j sum, Room 14. au2B 3t*
I.ADV WAITERS WANTED. 311 GRANT
aye., basement. au'2S 3t«
VV ANTED — RELIABLE WOMAN TO TAKE
" care or a three-mt-ntbs-old baby: must have had
experience and good references. Apply to Gas Com-
pany's office, cor. Annie and Stevenson sis. au2B at"
\'EAT DANISH OR GERMAN BIRLFORGEK-
-1' er^l housework; 2ln family. Call after 9a. m.,
1220 McAllister st. au2!i 2t*
VOUNO GIRL Foil GENERAL HOUSEWORK.
J. 1019 Fair oaks st. au2B -I*
GIKL -GENERAL HOUSEWORK AND CUOK-
Ing; $28. Call, reference, 903 Ellis st. au'2B at*
W ANTED— YOUNG GIRL FOB HOUSEWORK.
VV 412 McAllister St., Flat 1. au2B 2t*
JAI)Ii:S— THE LADIES' TAILOR IS THE MOST
J simple, complete and accurate system of dress-
cutting; it Is the merchant tailors' square with a
complete set of curves, all ill one piece, Call after-
noon anil evening. 110 O'Farrell str.et. au24 14t
ED-GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK AND AT-
V' tend children. 1507 Stelnerst. au27 3t*
U' AN IED-GOODUIRLFOROENERAL HOUSE-
work. Apply Farmers' Hume, San Bruno road;
take Howard-street cars. au-7 at*
'ANTED-GIRL OR WOMAN TO ASSIST IN
light housework and care of children. Apply
after 12 o'clock. 10 IB Guerreru st. au'27 3t*
U ANTED— BRIGHT, CAPABLE YOUNG BUSI-
• » ness woman; Eastern preferred; must be will-
ing and reliable; security required: salary $70 first
year, with increase if satisfactory. Permanent,
Box 160, Call Branch Office. an' 27 St*
GliiL FOR LIGHT HOUSEWORK AND PLAIN
cooking: $15. 233 Oitk st. au2J_3t*_
WANTED — GERMAN G XL FOR GENERAL
II housework and plain cooking; wages $20. r*v.»
Treat aye., nearTwenty-llrst and Folscm sis. 27 at*
AT ONCE— 4 MORE LADIES TO LEARN
telegraphing. Apply at olllce, 640 Clay.au'23 7t
A ass FOR SAN francisco and ALL CAL-
/ V Ifornia towns to sell best N. s. G. w. souvenir
badge: sample and wholesale rates, 25c. li F.
OAMBS, sole agent. 39 Suiter st. aulit tf
OPERATORS TO WORK IN FACTORY. ROOM
142, Bancroft Building; none but experienced
need apply. au'2l tt
lABELEKS WANTED TO WORK ON FRUIT.
J Apply at FONTAN A A CO.'S.cor. Francisco and
Taylor sta.. North Beach. anj lino
GIRLS. lIETWEEN 14 AND 10 YEARS OF AGE.
wanted at Padtic Cau Company's, Townsend
St.. bet. Sixth and Seventh. iy'2ij if
MALE 111.1,1' WANTED.
TfrA^TTED^TcETLAR ME^rFOrTwiXFItYTHo
*> ami board; 10 teamsters to drive scraper teams,
$35 and board, near city and long job: furuacenian
for mine. ill; gane-edger, *tiO: I farmers for vine-
yard, $25 v see boss here); choreman on ranch, $30:
20 men to work on a canal and ditch, $ 0 and
board and six months' work; carpenter on a ranch
near city, long job, $2 a day and board: German boy
about grocery store, $15 and found; carpenters for
city. pi:. In work. $3 a day; waiter family rooms,
good country hotel, $35, fare advanced; waiter for
Napa, 930 and free fare: 2 plain waiters for city,
$25: 2 waiters, same hotel. in city, $30: dish-
washer, country hotel, $20, and others, W. D.
EWEB A: CO.. 026 Clay st. It
(Jfi MEN TO PICK GRAPES AND WOHK IN
— V vineyard, $25 and found, 4 months' work;
stableman, near city, $30; 6 laborers, near city, $2
a day: 10 scraper-teamsters, $30: 5 rockmen, 935;
5 hydraulic laborers, $.15: 2 road-teamsters, $40
and found; 50 railroad laborers for Washington,
$2 25 a day; teamsters, $35; hotel cook, $70; extra
cook. *4 a day; 3 hotel cooks, $45 and $50; 2 res-
taurant cooks, $40 and room: 4 hotel waiters. $30;
8 dish-washers, *25. R. T. WARD & CO.. 010 Clay
street. It
W ANTED-CAKE-BAKKR. CITY. $16 WEEK,
«' first-class cook, hotel city, 860: baker, conntry.
$50: German cook, hotel, city, $10; 2 boarding-
house cooks, $35 and $10; cook for coffee-house,
$35: 4 waiters, city and country, $25 and $30:
Japanese cook, hotel country, $'25; bed-maker, $20:
dlsn-wasber fur camp, city, $20; restaurant dish-
washer. $30. and others. Apply to J. F. CKOSETT
A CO., 628 Sacramento St. It
TI ANTED- FOREMAN CARPENTER. $4 TO $5
*' a day: ranch foreman and wife, $50; 3 brick-
layers, $5 50 a day: carpenter for mine. $1 50 a day
and round: 2 bench-hands, $3 50 a day ; carpenters,
plain work, $3 a day; gu smith ror country, $1 a
day: jobbing blacksmith. $3 a day; orchard $30
and lound; ti wood-choppers, $2 and $150 a cord;
boy» for store, $3 a week, and others. Apply to J.
F. CHOSE IT .v CO.. 628 Sacramento St. It
l\' ANTED— SWAMPER. $40 AND FOUND:
11 screw-setter, $40 aud found: 6 laborers for mill
and woods, }30 and found; 25 railroad laborers to
go north, $2 to $2 50 a day; laborers lor near city,
$2 a day: teamsters for railroad work, $1 75 a day,
and others. Apply to J. F. CBOSETT & CO., 628
Sacramento st. -■ ■ - It
IV ANTED-BAKEK AND PASTRY COOK, $85;
II second cook. $40: waiter, $30. HOTEL GA-
ZETTE. 420 Kearny st. ._ It
U'ANTED-3 FIKST-CLASS BUTLERS FOR
city and country; $45 and $40. Apply MISS
PLUNKETT. 424 Suiter st. It
11 1 LABORERS, $2; 15 FOR CITY, $1 75; WOOD-
II.' choppers, $1 60 a cord, pine wood: many other
places. Swedish Employment Oilier. 524 Bush. It
SCANDINAVIAN OR GERMAN" MAN ABOUT
O place, near city, $.:o and found, must nave ref-
erence; competent man with horses and feet cattle
In stalls, country, $40 and found; Scandinavian
tarmcr, $25; Scandinavian or German to Ino-il;
young colts, $30 ami found: young German to drive
delivery-wagon, $10 a week: German, near city,
$^0. c. It. HANSEN a CO,, 1 10 Geary st. It
COOK COUNTRY KFSTAURANTr*I4 A WEEK
\J and fare; 8 waiters with dress suits, country
hotel. $Hi and fare: waiter coffee-house. $8 a week:
2 wallers, south, $30, fare advanced; butlers, $30
and $10: French cook private family, $30. C. R.
KAN BBS A CO.. 110 Oearyst. _ It
3 MILLWRIGHTS. $60 AND FOUND, COUNTRY;
0 3 shlp-carpcnters. $110 and found, country: 3
rough carpenters, city, $2 50 a tliy: miners, $.1 a
day; harness-maker, $J 60. C. K. HA.VSEN * CO.,
110 Geary; ■ It
SIX LABORERS FOR A QUARRY NEAR CITY,
$2 a day ; 10 laborers, pick and shovel, near city.
$2 a day; 15 laborers, shovelirs, help dumping, near
city, sl 7j a day, I. B. HANSEN A CO., I ill Geary. 1
SIX MOKE RAILROAD laborers For him
0 boidt County. $30 and found. C. R. Ii ANSEN &
C 0.,110 ..caiv st. - - . - It
111 FOREIGNERS TO CHOP 2-FOOT WOOD
"iv for railroad, I year's work, $1 60 a cord, fare
paid. C. K. HANSKN * CO., ilO ..eary st. It
ri'HUEE M UK SCRAPER TEAMSTERS AND
1 1 scraper-holders, $30 and found. C. R. UANSEN
6 CO., lit) Geary st. it
I A MEN HAULING GRAIN. $1 50 AND FOUND
Ixl •1. try. c. li. HANSEN a CO., 10 Geary. It
i)C " MEN, CANAL WOUK, $1 18 AND FOUND.
•CO C. It. IIA>SEN & CO., II v Geary at. -It
-\ l\ LABORERS, COUNTRY, ?2 A DAY, FREE
I.XJ fare. C. P.. HAN SEN A CO., 110 Geary st. It
MOKE MINEIIS. *3 A DAY; STEADY VWIIK
C. R. 1 1 A SEN A- CO.. lit) Geary ft. - it
•I AGON-MAKER, FOR REPAIRING: STEADY
tT work year round. ,1. B. MIIIA.N, «22 Clay St. *
11- a"nTEH--E.\l'l SALESMAN 108
II furniture anil carpels; salary DO object; state
reference, age, former employer, how Ions: ami how
long id.c: also former salary. Address T. P.. Box
113, Call Branch Office, - au29 tr
AN I l:U-2 LIVE MEN TO SELL SEWING
'' machines. 1308 Mam St- • au'23 7t
AN 1.11- BARBER, STEADY, FIRST CLASS,
11 good wages. 271 >1 .in St.. Stockton, Cal. 21) 3t
. U'ANTi .o— HOY "ABOUT 15 YEARS OLD TO
'» work In an office nod make himself geuer.Uly
useful. . Address X. Y. Z.. l:ox 59, this olrice..iu.i!l 2t
l» ANTKD— AI BOY IN A VARIETY-STORE.:
• ■ Apply bet. 6 and 9 P. cor. Market and HaUbt
streets. ■ ■ - . ■■..<■- au2» 2t»
I >EKMAN hoy in grocery -one who has
KJ been In store. . 1020 Pacific st. au29 at* r
HARlll.lt ! WANTED - STEADY , WORK. 2003
Flllmorest. - -:'.:'' - ■■ .. .■ au29 21* -
I, ARBER FOR SATURDAY.' POTRERO OPERA
i> Hou^e. Tennessee St., Potrero. ' - an 29 '2t* -
BARBER KOR SATURDAY AM) SUNDAY. - G2B
Fourth st. .- -'•■■:■- It*
I • ARBER~FOR SATURDAY AND SUNDAY. 234
I > Fourth st. •:■* .r „ . it»
AKBEK WANTED -SATURDAY AND SUN-
day. 231 sixth su •*--. :.^ .-......-. ■...-. , , it* .
|>ARBER FOR SATUKDAY ■ AND SUNDAY.
L> 1535 Geary st. ~ : .'■■--■ -H*
I' ARBER WANTED FOB SATURDAYS AND
I ' Sundays. 829 Hayes St. ' ■-. ■■ . It* ■?.
- I) AHIIKK WANTKD FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND
D Sunday. 120 Second st. v• ■ - ■-.. - ■<■.-.• it* -
BARBER 'WANIED — PIRST-CI.ASS SHOP;
J-> steady Job. 40i)'/ A Twelfth at.. Oakland. :-■■■■■ It
IJAKUEK WANTED FOR EVENINGS. SATUR-
daya and Sundays. Cor. Fulton and Lyou sts. 1*
■ IRS I -CLASS BARBER WANTED. 12 GEARY
stre_et L ■■*--■-■-■■■■ -■--'■■- .--■--■ •■'■•- lt*_
, OOD~BARItKR 108 SATURDAY AND SUN-
'■ '.i day. - 543 Second st. ■ ■■'■ ■-■•- - - ■ It* ■:■
W! ANTED-G . Of) BARBER FOB SATURDAY
i» and Sunday. 112 First St. - ■-■■-- It* .-
GOlll) -BAKBEK; SATURDAY AND SUNDAY.
V J 860 Third st; --■'----"■'"-' - -' -■.---•■vlt«::
GOAT-MAKEK; PANTS-MAKER, BUSHELMAN,
V lor country. - REISS BROS., 26 Sutler St. ■ It* ■
HELP WAN'TB^-CONTTNinEI> ; ___ ■
VV ANTED-BOY ABC)UT 14 TO LEARN THE
V» printer's trade. 005 Clay st. - ' ii
PAINTERS (2). APPLY AT 2021 CALIFORNIA
X street. :■■- ■ ' ■--■*■■■ .• ' - —
"PAINTER WANTED. 7 O'CLOCK THIS MORN-
X Ing, cor, liryant and Sixth sts. ii .
BOY. NOLAN BKOS. BUOE fACTORY, 410V4
i> Mission st. ■ • tt
PLUMBEK'S HELI'ER WANTED. 761 MAR-
J. net st. It ;
Z^OOK; COFFEE SALOON; $10 PER WEEK. 37
\j Fifth st. . 2
AN TED-GOOD ERRAND-BOY. APPLY 641
"'* Stevenson st. • ■ ' ' ' .It
'AItER FOR COFFEE-HOUSE: GOOD ONE;
>' $9 week. 517 Montgomery st. " .
■PAINTER WANTED. CALL AT CORNER OF
X Scott and Hayei sts. : $2 50 a day. "
GOOD SUOKT-OKDER COOIi. APPLY AT 20
Third St. It*
ERRAND-BOY FOR TAILoR-SIIOP. CALL 7:30 :
J-J A. M. , 220 Third St. It*
1/IKST-CLASS TAILOR (COAT-MAKER) TO
X work by the week on line ladies' Jackets, cloaks,
etc.; good pay and short hours to right kind of man
who would be willing to make himself useful. Ap-
ply H. LACOM, ladles' tailor. 321 Sntter st. It*
IMMEDIATELY -FIRST- CLASS TINSMITH.
X 1136 Mission at. ■ It*
DISH-WASHER WANTEIt-f25 PER MONTH.
105 Washington st. it*
COMPETENT HOOK-KEEPER WANTED: MUST
give $3000 bonds. Address Postoflice Box 237,
Oakland. ..-■-.■■ ■.. '■ It
/CARPENTERS FOR A FEW DAY'S WORK IN
\J return tor room rent 922 Post st. It*
W ANTED-BUSIIELMAN. JOHN EEID. 907
>» Market St. • ll
ILLING AND HANDY YOUNG MAN TO WORK
VT around lodging-house. 922 Post st. It*
IDDLE-AGED MAN TO OPEN UP SALOON IN
the morning. 186 Jessie St. It*
II- OMEN AND MEN FOR AGENTS. DR. HAL-
Vf PRUNhR, 850 Market: call 5 to 6 r. K. a2i) 2t»
rpilE NEW PENSION LAW— ATTENTION. SOL-
-1 (tiers and sailers— Not necessary to prove up from
comrades, only from present disability; no fee In ad-
vance; widows of soldiers aiid sailors are all entitled
to a pension: claims prosecuted with promptness and
dispatch by M. lIAIiKIS, authorized United States
Pension Attorney. 14 Geary St., Ban Francisco. It*
BARKER-SHOP FOR SALE-ONE OF THE BEST
stands in the city, running 4 chairs steady: half
cash and balance on monthly payments. 19 Fourth.*
a»CA "BARBER-SHOP FOR SALE. CASTRO
»jOU. and Twenty-fourth sts. - It*
IJOOTBLACK STAND TO LET. 13 TAYLOR ST.
XAT ANTED— SALESMAN WHO HAS HAD EX-
TT perlenceln selling optical goods, watches, etc.
Apply to-day from 12 to •£ o'clock. 19 Battery St.,
upstairs. au2B jt
OT OB YOUNG MAN TO WORK IN FLOWER-
1> store: must havo experljuce. For particulars
apply 2109 Flllmore St. au2B 3t»
/KLERKS seeking positions AS SALESMEN,
\J salesladies, copyists, book-keepers, steuographers
obtain them. Clerks' Bureau.3os Kearny, Km. 1. 28 2"
U r ANTED — FIRST-CLASS CANDY - MAKER.
1131 Market st. au2S 2t»
O RELIABLE MEN, .WITH REFERENCES, FOR
*- Teal Shooting Club; must be acquainted with
boating and used to the mar3h. Apply 21 Front St.,
Friday aftf rnuoii. aua» at*
L'IKST-CLASS CABINET-MAKER AT FINK *
I' SCHINDLKR'S, 1808 Market St. au2B at*
ANTED- EXPERIENCED FOREMAN (CAR
» ' penterj;relereuces. A. P., Box 32. this of
flee. ; an2B 2t»
' ANTED -GENTLEMEN TO TAKE FUK-
nlshed sunny rooms at 91 per week: also
housekeeping. 645 Mission St. au2B 3t«
T>ARBER-SHOP OF 2 CHAIRS FOR SALE. 319
X) Fifth st. . an2B 3t«
TV ICE BARBER-SHOP OF 3 CHAIRS AND GOOD
i> custom, located In the best part of the city, for
sale cheap; must be sold: good reasons tor selling.
Apply Call Branch Office. au23 3t«
GOOD COAT-MAKER FUR THE COUNTRY;
good wages. . Inquire 122 Fourth st. - au27 :Jt*
T> OOT-CKIMPERS WANTED. 35 BATTERY ST.
1) au27 3t»
Ur ANTED— BUTCHER TO DRIVE WAGON AND
worn in shop. Apply at Peraita and Uollis sts.,
Oakland. au27 3t
BARBERS— GOOD BUSINESS SHOP NEAR
the new theater and fair for sale, on account of
poor health. 1231 Market st. au27 7t*
ANTED -MEN FOR SINGLE FURNISHED
rooms: $1 a week: 250 a night, Elcho House,
663V2 -Market St., opposite Baldwin. au2ti Jim
SALE— ISc BARBER-SHOP IN COUNTRY.
■T Apply Call Branca Office^ an 26 St*
* 1 ONCE- 4 YOUNG MEN TO LEARN TELE-
£\ graphlng. Apply at otlica. 010 Clay St. au2s 7t
D~ UIiLINHOLSE.4I)MINNAST.,NEAR SECOND,
good clean beds 15 cents. au2s 7t*
MAN OF GOOD ADDRESS AND BUSINESS
ability to take orders for a new publication;
must furnish good city or outside re:ereuces. The
History Company, 723 Market st. au23 7t
SI. CO IMBES, SUCCESSOR TO A. LUDWIO,
. Vienna Sausage Manufactory, 107 Stockton
St. — Best and cheapest place lor all kinds of meats,
cooked and uncooked delicacies: sole Inventor of
the celebrated Tomato Sausages, our noted Frank
furtcr and Club House Sausages cannot be sur-
passed. - au22 m;«
BARBER-SHOPS FOR SALE- THE CITY
and country. Apply to 3. H. FRANK, 13 Mason
St., Koom 5. au2l tr
GOOD SALESMAN; SALARY AND COMMIS-
' J sion p;.id to right party. Apply 1368 Market st.,
bet. hours of 8 a nd 9 a. M. and 5 and By. M. aul 6 tf
ITiT ACTIVE man to TAKE agency FOR
■t\. Eastern house: no experience necessary. I*. F.
COLLIER A CO.. IPS Murphy Bldg. aul 3 tf
WANTED -GOOD CANVASSERS. ADDRESS
*' A. I., Box 46. this office. au9 tf
U' ANTED— FIRST-CLASS ADVERTISING So-
licitor; must be of good appearance, well ac-
quainted and have good references; a first -class po-
sition to the right man. Address X. L., Boi 47. this
otnee. au7 tf
U' ANTED — GOOD ENERGETIC MAN. 613
Montgomery »t., cor. Commercial, upstairs. 3m
ARBERS' SITUATIONS PROMPTLY FILLED,
1> Bosses. Apply or address 13 Mason. J. FRANK.
PENSIONS— LAW JUST PASSED GIVES
X all widows and disabled soldiers and sailors a
pension; no evidence to furnish; no discharge pa-
pers required; advice free: no advance expense or
fee. Authorized registered U.S. pension attorney. (2 >
years' experience), CAPI'. J.H. SUEPARD, 319 Pine
sL.adjoln'g Pension omce, San Francisco. Ca1.16 3ui
SEAMEN AND ORDINARY SEAMEN WANTED
O .snipping Agency. 311 Paclllc st. ; jyli) 3:il *
EN FOR SINGLE FURNISHED ROOMS: 15c
per night. Lindeil House, Sixth and Howard. B tf
IUO.OUO MEN WANTED TO LOAN MONKY
A 1(10.';. 10 MEN WANTED TO LOAN MONKT
■ on all articles at low rates; square dealing
DNCLE JACOBS. 013 Pacific St. aultf
\\' ANTED— MEN OF LIMITED MEANS TO PUR-
'' cha.si- a merchant tailor-made spring suit for
$15: merchant tailors' price, $30. ORIGINAL
MISFIT CLOTHING-PARLORS, corner Pose auii
Dupont streets. ' " •-
ANTED — SEAMEN", ORDINARY SEAMEN
»' at 313 l'acllic. ja!6tt
Ur ANTED— A YOUNG MAX of GOOD APPEAR-
ance to purchase a merchant tailor-made three-
button cutaway suit, latest spring style, for $16 50;
merchant tailors' price $35. ORIGINAL MISFIT
CLOTHING I'AKLuKS, corner Post aud Dupout
streets.
\l" ANTED— SOO MEN, HOWARD AND THIRD;
»' basemeut. Bee Hive, to eat free home cooked hot
Innch.witb beer or wine. 5 its: «*!>■* n day .v ni^ht.B tt
: a<;i:nts wa.vtkii.
i GENTS— STREET SiEN;AND BOYS TO lIAN-
-^V- die variety or .souvenir budges; big money for
all. SLOAN. 1135 Market. au29 7t»
STANLEY'S OWN BOOK: THE TITLE IS. -IN
k? Darkest Africa;" all others are frauds: proof
furnished, and agents wanted by A. L. BANCROFT
A CO.. 132 Post St.. San Francisco. Jel7 tf
MARK TWAIN'S NEW BOOK. "A OONNBCTI-
cut Yankee in King Arthur's Court," akeeu.nl
powerful satire on English nobility and royalty, '
immense sales: big pronls. Apply quickly lortanni
and territory to A. L. Ii.VNCKOFI' -v. CO.. 132 Pi»«
si., Sail Francisco. 11013 tt
r'l'KMTll:E WANTKI>.
ALWAYS SEE OLSEN * HAY, 916 HOWARD
A before selling your furniture. jy!2 2m cod
LANG * CO., 907 MISSION ST., PAY THE HIGH
i eat cash price tor furniture, carpels, etc. alO
4 LWAYS SELL YOUR FURNITURE. CARPETS,
/\ etc, to MARK LEVY, Room 'JO, Murphy
Building, and receive extra money. - ap22 tf
HIGHEST CASH PRICE PA 1 D FOR FURNITURE
lor our Fresno store. 13C-' Market st. aus tf .
EGAN .1 CO., 743 MISSION ST., PAY CASH FOR
-i furniture, carpets, stoves or anything: stoves
repaired and made equal to new. ]y!7 tf
A LAKiiK QUANTITY 01' SECOND-HAND FUR-
.iV niturt- wanted; 20 per cent paid more tuauelsj-
where. MALONK. 34 Fourth sL; new store. aM
MCCABK, 128 FOURTH ST., PAYS THE HlGH-
cst price for furniture, stoves, ranges, carpets.
VI J. SIMMONS i CO., AUCTIONEERS, WILL
i'L, buy your luruiture, piuuoi ami books, lOil
Market St. ap9 tt
STANDARD FURNITURE COMPANY WILL
O buy your furniture for cash or exchange new
furniture tor »ld. 1045 Market st. aul9uiu_
4 LL SECOND-HAND FURNITURE AND CAft-
-1 pets bought, large or small lots; call or soul
postal. KosEvrtlAi.. 1 111 Fourth st. noUtl
DI.UNDY, 829 MARKET ST., PAYS HIGHEST
XJ • price for serond-haud furniture. - aps tf
Yt OU CAN GET MORE MONEY FOR YOUR SKfT
ond-haiid lurni from J. NOONAN * CO.,
JO-.l Mi-si. m St.. i.r. .sum. tlnin elsewhere ta!4 tf
: . - ■ I'AKI sr.lts WANTED. ■
MAN AS PARTNER IN AN ESTABLISHED
business: must have from $1200 to $1500, for
which full security will be given. Address Partner,
Box 45, this ortlce. ■ au2i» 3t*
/GARDEN EH V 1) FLORIST AS PARTNER. FOR
VJ particulars Inquire 2lo9 f Illntore. au2B 3t«
PARTNKU W ANTKD in established MANU-
X facturlng business; first-class trade; capable mail
principal object. Address J. 11., Call Branch Of-
liie. - ... au27 .it :
.. KOI CIS « AN'l'Kl>. ■
S" U.NnTTuJomT 'i JIE!)S. FOR~GKNTLE.M EN •
rent not over »10 per mouth. L., Box 117, Call
Branch Olllce. ---■■■■■:.,: It*
W'ANTIO)-ROOMS by this HOTEL and AC-
' TT commodation Committee, N. S. G. W. Apply at
headquarters, Baldwin Hotel omce. F. W.toUEY,
Chairman. ■■■..■ - an-J8 -'
• BOAK'i»rwG~WANTIiU.
OOM AND . BOAKD FOR COUPLE, ALSO
single room and board for gentleman; sooth of
Butter St.. east of Taylor. Address A. 8., Box 102,
Call Branch Office. ■-.-■•■■■ It
,-..rr; .;«. atti >kn k ys- at- uw. : :
livicK ■" Robert scoular, v supreme
Court Attorney. 305 Kearny st. anaa tf -
DVICE FREE; SPECIALTY, • DIVORCES
privately, quick time, legal everywhere: collec-
tions, etc; terms moderate; 110 charge unless sue*
cessrul; attorneys all courts; estab'd 10 years. Law
office. G. W. HOWE ■* CO.. 28 Kearny st. au!B tf
ADVICE FREE; DIVORCES A SPECIALY; NO
.A publicity; quickest time: legal everywhere;
: terms reasonable; no charge unless successful; ml
another cases at law. both civil and criminal, pushed
rigorously: collections, wills, etc T. kngLkY, ■
ATTORNEYS' ASSOCIATION. 11 Kearny st.)e9 om
DIVORCES, WILLS, ETC, FRANK KENNEDY,
Attorney, 83 Murphy Building. - i_- .-•., 12 tt -.-'
. T OHM A. = WALL, ATTORNEY AT LAW. s 220 .
«l Sansoine St., Rooms 10. 11 and 12. - myli limo
WW. DAVIDSON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, *i¥
• California St.. Rooms 14-15; advice tree. <UtC
PERSONALS. V-
VV'ANTED-NICE RESPECTABLE FAMILY TO
*' adopt a bright healthy boy 2 months old: refer-
ences given and required. Address Guardian, Call
Branch omce, Oakland. an 29 :;t
C—Ur->— MONDAY— 2— DON'T WRITE.
■ lt«
THE EMINENT SUCCESS OF THE CO.NSUM-
ers' Ice Company, 420 Eighth St.. Is eacsed by
pure Ice, low prices, full weight, proper attention
and the strong desire of people to get away from the
old Ice monopoly. • It
VTOTICE-THE POLL-PARROT BAFFLE WILL
i' take place this evening at the Wigwam Theater:
tleket holders be on hand. - it
WHISPER TO LADIKS ONLY— MAK-
rled bliss and single blessedness; by mall $I-
we send no circulars. Address W. J. HARRISON *
■ CO., L. Box 1610, Spokane Falls. Wash. an'-'ti :,,,
ADVICE IN ALL LEGAL MATTERS-DIVORCES
satisfactorily obtained; terms reasonable. X
SCO U LA R, Attorney, 305 Kearny st. au2B tr '
17>OUR SALOON GIRLS WANTED IX TUB
1 country. Inquire 638 Sacramento st. au-.s 3t«
X 126 KEARNY. ROOM 9. YOU CANliOl'.i; i .v
money at low rate.l; private ruuiiu for ladies-
tleilges for sale; take elevator. a[l 7 tt "
N THE INSTALLMENT PLAN-DI:ESS-GOOI>S
silks, sealskin and sealette cloaks-, also carpets,
furniture, lace-curtalns, blankets and lolillng-lieiU
at M.FRIEDMAN £ CO. 228 and 230 Stockl in
st. Why pay ready money when yon can buy loss
as cheap by making a small cash payment down,
balance weekly or monthly t An inspection of our
stock is respectfully solicited; orders by mail far
goods or samples promptly attended to. 228 and
Sou Stockton at., cor. Post: open evenings, apia tf
ARTIES RECEIVING LETTERS LATELY A D-
X dressed G. A., Box 101, Call Branch Office, the
one with 11. S. llutchings, 616 Lett St., please return
references: stamps enclosed. ■ au273t*
1/im: GIRL BABY FOX adoption. 961 FdiZ
X sum st. ■• au27 »t«
ADIES-OUK SYRINGES AND SAFEGUARDS
J for especial use, save lots of trouble ami anxiety.
Acme Rubber Co.. 235 Kearny St. au24 7t
ACCORDION PLAITING DONE AT SHORT
notice. MRS. BUHOT. 118 McAllister St. 22 tf
PIANO LESSONS BY GERMAN LADY; HALF
hour 25 cents. 931 Market, Room 32. my 16 l'.'ui
ALL WRINKLES AND" LINES ON THE FACE
erased : a perfect complexion guaranteed.
MME. ELISE. 704 Butter st. aul tf
S<s en FOX A DOZEN CABINETS WITH ONE
-w.«)W beautiful colored picture and gilt frame
at WILSON'S Gallery. 22 Keaniy St. luyiiß lim
4 UVICE FREE; DIVORCES A SPECIALTY; NO
XV. publicity; terms reasonable; no fee unless mic-
cessfui, and co^ts advanced to reliable parties.
CHARLES AUIGEII, attorney, 124 Bansomo st.,
Boom 24. aul7tt
BUTTONS, BUTTONS, BUTTONS-ALL SIZES.
Including the large trimming buttons ma!.- to
order, at the button factory. 110 Taylor st. |e22 8m
ADVICE— IF YOU HAVE CATARRH USENEL-
SON'S AMYCOSE and get well: druggists: 75c.
PRIVATE HOME IN CONFINEMENT. 9tJl
X Folsoin St., MRS. M. E. ROGERS, Midwife. .18 tf
1 ARGEST STOCK, LARGEST STOKE, LOWEST
J J price: easiest terms on new and second-tniid
furniture and carpets, stoves and ranges: high
price paid for se«ond-ha:hl goods; open evenings.
1017, 1019, 1021. 1023 Mission St., bet. Sixtu aiid
Seventh, J. NOONAN. an 7 IT ■
I>ERFECT-FITTING STREET OR TRAVELING
X dress made in 24 hours for $15. $-0, $25: gui>di
all found: also ready-made suits. MRS. M. DAVIS,
234 Taylor st. au4 tr
1 FOLDING BEDS — EXAMINE OUR NO. 1001
J . mirrored with large plate I 8 110: walnut, oak 11 I
cherry: cash price elsewhere $i>3: our Installment
price only $SO. M. FRIEDMAN * CO., 298-2311
Stockton St.. cor. Post: opcil evenings. ap]6tf
AST.OFF CLOTHING —JEWELRY BOUGH r
and sold; highest price paid. 1123^ Market, tf
EMOREST PATTERNS: FALL STYLES CAT.V
U logues free. Agency 430 Slitter st. J)3 3in
TAILOR BUTTONS MADE FROM ANY MA-
JL terial; also ivory-rim buttons. 110 Taylor St.,
the only button factory on this Coast. je22 3m
MRS. Di:. THOMAS (COLORED), ELECTRO MAS-
sage: hygienic specialist. 1511 Leavenworth. tfm
T-VRKSSMAK ING —LATEST STYLES; REASON-
-L' able prices: orders by mail promptly executed; .
litguaranteed. MRS. M. ;'k ll AN,!i'i7 Mlsslon.6ia
POSITIVE CURE FOR CATARRH, BRONCHI
X asthma. Wilson's Inhaler, 229 Kearny. jes tf
T\-E~HAVE A NUMBER OF FULL DRESS SUITS
■ ' to hire for balls, parties or funerals at a reason-
able price. ORIGINAL MISFIT CLOTHING PAR-
LORS, cor. Post and Dupont sts.
ONEY LOANED ON ARTICLES: EVERY DE-
scriptlon of collateral; old gold and silver
bought. UULEMAN'S. 41 3d St.. San Francisco. m3O
IjiASHIONABLE DRESSMAKING AT MRS.
1 DARLING'S. 710^! Taylor St. jy2s tf
ADVICE FREE: DIVORCES A SPECIALTY:
no publicity; terms reasonable: no fee unless
successful: costs advanced for reliable persons. Ad-
dress Attorney, P.O. Box 1922. 8. F. jy2s tt
* RTIFICIAL PAVEMENTS— L. BAUER. CON-
ii tractor, rocs: and brick work. 3015 Buchanan, tf
r ATCHES CLEANED AND WARRANTED, 75c
TT at WEN/.EL'S, 269 Third St. jylMtf
HIGHEST PRICE PAID toll CAST-HIT I 1.11.1
Ing, gold, jewelry, books. KLEIN, III!) Sixth.;;
4 GREAT BUSINESS PROPOSITION-WE CAM
*'V Rave you 50 per cent by purchasing a merchant
tailor-made business snlt for *;:.; merchant tailor's
price $30. ORIGINAL MISFIT CLOTHING PAR
LOUS, cor. Post and Dupont sts.
piONEEK CARPET-BEATING MACHINES D;)
X the best work. J. SPAULDING Jt CO., 35.1 Te-
fcsma st. : telephone 3040. ap!2tl
ANi'Ri-w- MEET me CORNER POST ANU
Dupont, to select a nobby spring suit male by
a merchant taiior fur ♦>■>. our price $15. ORIGI-
NAL MISFIT CLOTHING PARLORS, cor. Post
Dupont sts.
TTaKPET-CLEANINO: 3 TO 5 CTS. PER YARD:
" J the best work guaranteed or no pay; telephone
8228. S. STRATTU.N, 1211 Market St. apt! Tim
BE ADVISED IN TIME TO PURCHASE A MErt-
cbant tailor-made spring suit in 3Wor A. butroii _
cutaway for *20; merchant tailor's price »4i/:
ORIGINAL MISFIT CLOTHING PARLORS, ear.
Post nnd Dupont sts. . "
CARPET-CLEANING. 30 PER YARD; CHEAP-
est and best in the city. J. E. MITCHELL &
CO., 2:;o Fourteenth st. apa tt
EVEN A FAT MAN NEED NOT GO SHABBILY
dressed when we can tit you in a merchant
tailor-made suit, newest spring styles, for $18; mer-
chant tailor's price $39. ORIGINAL MISFIT
CLOTHING PARLORS, cor. Post and Dupontst*.
DON TWAIT UNTIL IT IS TOO LATE — 100
pairs spring styles light-colored trousers made
bycrack merchant tailors for from $10 to $15: our
price $4 SO to $8. ORIGINAL MISFIT CLOTHING
PARLORS, cor. Post and Dnpont sts.
CIITY STEAM CARPET EATING AND KE.N'O-
/ vatlng works: dyeing and cleaning. 24 and
Eighths!. G. 11. si i:\ ENS, proprietor. ]yU Bm
WINDOW SHADES MANUFACTURED loo.;.
II derby WILLIAM McPIIUN. 1198 Market. 31K
IVE A TALL SLIM MAN A CHANCE- WKCAS
VJ fit you, no matter how tall, lv a merchant tailor-
made sprlug suit for $20: merchant tailor's pri -
$40. OBIGINAL MISFIT CLOTHING PARLOUS,
tor. Post and Dupont sts,
pOMPLEXINE POWDER OK CREAM FOR FACK
\J and hands; invisible, harmless; 25c. At nU-
HOIS', Clay A- Leaven worth, a all druggists. jy3 3mi
AKPETS THOROUGHLY CLEANED WITHOUT
beatinz: refitting carpets a specialty. CoNKLIN
BROS., 333 Golden Gate aye. : telephone 2126. 1:1 -.* .
11' AISTS CUT. FITTED. STITCHE.I. 101.LA.4S
'» sleeves in; skirt cut. stitched, braid drapery
belts put on; $3. MMX. MICHAUX, 116 McAlllstr.
YOU CAN BUY loan FURNITURE ON IN-
X stalhneutst easy terms. BARB BROS., 833 til
i.-l Hayes St.. bet. Franklin and Gongb. inr!stt
PORTRAITS ENLARGED IN INDIA INK.
crayon, water colors and pastel. Pacific Por-
tralt Co.. 1221 Market si.. T.J. O'BRIEN. )I\t. 20 tr
ijki-.»m a ivi-:i:s. '
A LL LADIES WISHING TO HAVE ELEGANT-
1\ ly fitting suits made, handsomely draped, for $6.
or with aimilß making and irimmlugs lor $15,
piease caU MRS. MORRIS, 732VJ Geary. aaa« 7:
MMX. FLESHER'S SCHOOL OF DRESS-CUT,
ting and dressmaking removed to 203 Powell
st. w. 11. close a son, agents. You are taught to
make a dress from beginning to end. au-2 tf
US. PHILLIPS' DRESSMAKING PARLORS
at 10 Grove st. au24 7t«
DRESS-CUTTING TAUGHT THOROUGHLY BY
authentic French tailor system. 610 PosLjelj
MISS AGNES KELTER, 119 STOCKTON. NEAR
Geary; stylish suits from $3 50 up; cutting* \\
tttl t; ■ specl:t)trt 75 cents: perfect »■ apt tr
Lost. ; ~^~.
ost-bay make and cart: liberal re-
, ward. A. A. HOY A CO., 634 Market. an 29 tf
Lost ob STRAYED ON MONDAY, august 25.
Xi a fox terrier puppy, white body, right ear black.
The finder will be liberally rewarded by returning
the same to L. LIVINGSTON. 529 Fourth. au29 .-it*
I OST— A PASS-HOOK WITH TIIEHIUFRMV
J Savings and Loan Society or San Francisco In
the name of Ml:s. ANNIE SMITH. No. 138.30*.
The finder will please return to bank. anas St*
1~)1IKEI> DP— A RED AND WHITE COW AT Til E
I cor. of Fourth aye. and Lake St. Can be recov-
ered at the cor. of Fourth aye. aud Lsko st., veje-
table gardens. auaw at* .
T PALACE BATHS, ABOUT AUGUST -JO, PAIR
pearl ear-rings and diamond ring, pearls and
diamonds encircled with black enamel. Apply
Palace Baths and receive suitable reward. angT St*
rpilli S. X COLLATERAL LOAN BANK, 53S
1 Kexrny St.. lends money at 2 per cent per month
on watches, diamonds and jewelry. . jyistiin
FOUND.
ITOUN D— SMALL LADY'S WATCH CHAIN!
X I 1561 1 ... Market St., Irout room, S. V. au27 3t«
L'OUND— S2O IN GOLD BY PURCHASING A
i merchant t illor-mado dress suit for $20: merc-
hant tailors' price, $10. ORIGINAL ■ Misr'ir
CLOTHING PARLORS, corner Post aud Dupouc
street*.
ASTICOLOUY.
rpBJB WONDERFUL SEERESS— REVEALS PAST,
1 present aid future: Is clairvoyant and healer.
211 Third »L, upstairs. - • au29 at*
Mm; di: THOMAS. SCIENTIFIC YOUNu
'reveal, r by ej-i;s and cards: tells the entire lir,-.
past, present and future; consultations on all affairs,
uotbiiigexcepteit: name given, valuable advice a id
sure help: mistake Impossible; written charts In
English and inTinaii; imports genuine Hungarian
Gypsy Powder for love an 1 luck; diseases cured;
fee $1 : letter $2. 33 Taylor St. au26 tf
ME. MURKAD, 73 FOURTH ST.. REVEALS
past, present ana future; fee 25c. au26 8t«
MME. EXODIUS, CLAIRVOYANT. REMOVED
to 1067 Market, bet. 6th and 7th. Room 2.)y18 tf
ME. ATALANTA, WONDEKKUL MEDIUM,
tells the very day things will happen; ad vim
011 business, marriage and lottery; tells names of
your friends. 963 Howard St.. near Slith. an 13 tt
UGUSTA LEOLA, FORTUNE-TELLER AND
clairvoyant; magic charms: love tokens; shows
true pictures of future husbands aud wives; teaches
fortune. 23'Jti Mission St.. nr. 20th; fee sl. Jy2s 12m*
MRS. NOKMAND READS YOUR ENTIRE LIFK;
past, present and future, and gives lucky nu:ti-
bt-rs. 815 Mission St.; advice in basement. Jel3 6.11
MMX. WALTERS, 317 TEHAMA ST.. NR. 4TII:
fortunes to d: ladles. 25c; gents. DOc; open Sim.
pUEATEST KORTUNE-TELLER IN THBCICi:
\J reveals past, present and future. Call and 111
KISS LELAND 789 Mission, near Fourth; fa«,
ladh»6oc; gentleman $1; lucky charms, niydtl ._•.;:
ME. SIIMIL>. FROM VIENNA; MOST KB.
nowned :reve.illu^ life's future events: ladies »L-
Itentlemeii .2. by mall $3. <iniceBs6 Mission, mr'J tt
•- .' WANTJiU-.UISCKLLA-NEOUS."
: ED^T^^U^Y^EI7O^D^HAN3 SEwTniT
*' machine: cash: must be bargain. Address M.,
Box 95, Call Branch omce. -.--■■ ' .- It* .
WANTED IO BUY— BARBER-CHAIR. AD-
' T dress MARSHAL, cor. Napa ana Illinois sts., '
Potrero. -■..'■»■-:-•■: -.— .- -.-f.-.v- •—..-.'.--. au27 31*
ANTED— WARDROBE FOLDING-BED; MUST "
TT be reasonable. . 108 Julian are. -y , au27 A:*- >

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