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EFfOBTS TO OECEIVK.
Trior to the last election The Call di
rected the attention of voters to Buckley's
city ticket, and warned them against the
election of his candidates. At that time
rttig newspapers were strenuous in their
assertions that the candidates nominated
through Buckley's instrumentality were ex
cellent men, and, if elected, that they would
protect the people and waste no money.
One organ, however, went so far as to say
thai Buckley's ticket was an excellent one.
IWe have seen since that the lesuit of the
election turned out precisely as The Call
said it would in the event of liis candidates
being placed in office; to wit: that the
people would be plundered. Our citizens
know now that tliey ought to have stamped
Buckleyisai out of existence, but between
counting ballots fraudulently and other
tricks, including, as we believe, stuffing the
. ballot-boxes, Buckley's candidates got iuto
office. Does any person now doubt that
The Call's advice ought to have been
followed at the last election? At this time
there seems to be but one opinion as to the
danger of trilling with candidates which
Buckley nominates for us. The organs of
Ihe ring which share in the spoils tell the
people that Buckley ms no ticket; that his
lambs have not been nominated for office so
far as the State ticket is concerned. This
will not answer at present, for every person
pretending to intelligence knows that what
i- termed the Democratic party in San
■ Francisco is nothing but Buckleyism,
TBI COMING I'EI.fcBIiATION-.
The Native Sons are certain to make a
success of the Admission day celebration.
They have provided a programme of five
days' entertainment, which includes almost
every variety of amusement the mind can
conceive of. There will be parades, military
maneuvers, fireworks, regattas, 'lancing and
social receptions. Visitors who remain in
the city from Saturday until the following
Thursday will be kept busy without going
over Hie same ground twice. But no degree
of splendor or variety in the way of enter
tainment will compensate for the ordinary
comforts of life. Visitors who cannot find
beds to sleep in will complain, no matter
how lavish may be the display. The refresh
ments offered in hospitable parlors will not
serve the purpose of breakfast or dinner.
The hotels and restaurants are certain to b j
overcrowded. There will probably be from
75.000 to 100,009 people in town on Tuesday,
many of whom will remain two or three
days, either before or after the 9th. What
is going to be done with these guests of the
city? Provision should be made for them
ami care be taken that none are subjected to
exorbitant charges. A committee has this
department of the celebration in charge,
bit as it is impossible to compute
the number of visitors in advance,
there Is danger that the crowd will be
greater than can be easily handled. The
greater part of the families in the city will re
ceive return visits from country friends, and
consequently their spare rooms will not be
available for strangers. There is room in
tin- city for all who will come if precautions
arc taken to estabii-li connection between
vacaut rooms and visitors who would like to
occupy them. _il_ '
THE SAME OLD STOKV.
Henry George is back in New York. lie
does not appear to have gathered any wis
dom from his tour round the world. His
single-tax theory and his free-trade notions
were politely waived aside in Australia.
though Mr. George as an individual was well
received. Mr. George affords an example of
.'the efficiency of bold assertions. Be has
never shown how a single tax on and will
cause the results he promises, but be prom
ises the results with a decree of assurance
that imposes upon a certain class of minds.
Mr. George says he is net proud of the
United States. He admits that the United
States have become ereat under our present
system of protection to American labor, but
he cannot be proud of it because it is not
free. "Americans." lie says, "are not Iree
to build and sail ships; not free from the
dominion of politicians; not free to buy and
sell a peck of aj pies without a license."
Mr. George might have added that America
i- not f re • from sin. There are people mit
who do Dot follow the golden rule; people
who are giasping, unjust and cruel. Still,
e.s nations go, it is a tolerably free country.
Every man and every woman Is allowed to
have his or tier own hobby and to ride it in
season and our. Even George's hobby of a
siugl' tax is tolerated. We have beard of no
proposition to shut him in an asylum for the
cure of liiiinls diseased. Free trade Mr.
George regards as the remedy for all our
ills. . The country is not free, because trade
with foreign nations is not free. It is not'
free, because we do not permit the free im
migration of Chinese ami the dumping on our
shores of the blind, lame and halt of Europe;
and other countries. Will the country be
free under the single-tax system? Wont
land-owners or land-tillers have the tax to
pay? : Wont they be put off the laud if they
refuse or neglect to pay the tax Will an
American ; be ■ more nearly free' when he
works in competition with the old countries
for so cents a day than he now is when his
Ichor is worth from SI 50 to 64 per day?
There is one point in Mr. George's favor
when comparison is instituted between him
and the average Democrat. He is nn out
spoken advocate of free trade. He does not
ambush behind a tariff for revenue only. He
has no use for custom-houses or revenue
officers, except to collect the single tax. His
idea of freedom includes free whisky and
the free sale of whisky without Government
interference, lie would impose a tax on the
man who owns a little land, but none on
those persons who own millions of railroad
and other shares and who have vast posses
sions in bonds, mortgages and cash.
We have heard the decision of Judge Saw
yer to the effect that under the existing
treaty with China, the so-called Bingham
ordinance was in conflict with treaty rights.
It maybe well to remember that while the
exclusion law abrogates the treaty so far as
the treaty conflicts with the law it leaves all
provisions of the treaty in operation which
arc not in conflict with the law. One
of these provisions is that the Chinese in the
United States -hall have the same rights as
other people, the right of naturalization be
ing denied them by express act of Congress.
The Bingham ordinance, it is said, was not
passed in good faith. It was passed partly
for political effect and paitly to cover up the
neglect of the authorities to enforce sanitary
ordinances in Chinatown. One of the things
San Francisco must do in the near future is
to recover for the whole people of the city
the portion now in possession of the Chi
nese. This may be done by ordinance after
the treaty has been revised or abrogated, or
it may be done by enforcing sanitary regula
tions while the treaty is in existence. The
equal right of Chinese with other residents
does not include the right to create a
nuisance, It does include the right to drive
white men from a particular part of the
city by making that part too offensive for
whites to live in. Certain practices peculiar
lo Chinese may be made unlawful without
any violation of the terms of the teeaty.
When the work of cleansing Chinatown is
approached with an earnest purpose, a
way will be found to accomplish it. There
is no need to pass laws or ordinances that
seem to apply expressly to Chinese. If
there are any white residents who do not
live up to the conditions the law prescribes,
let the law apply to them also. Jt is time to
gel to work to clean Chinatown out. It is a
work that will not be accomplished by men
who arc in politics for the money there is in
it for them. We must put men In charge of
the city's intere-ts who look beyond the
prolit of the hour— men who will devise a
policy to clear the city of a nuisance and
pur-no that policy without regard to per
Fiom every watering-place In the country
from Monterey and Santa Cruz and Santa
Barbara and Coronado Beach and San
Kafael. nay. from Bar Harbor and Xahant
and c ney Island and Atlantic City and
Virginia Spring-*, from the Thousand
Islands and Niagara Falls— a plaint?
ive feminine wail that there have been no
young men anywhere this season, .lust
such a cry arose from the girls of France
after Waterloo, wli-n twenty years of inces
sant warfare had mowed down the Mower of
French manhood, and a lad walking down
a village street brought all the girls to the
windows with wistful eyes and clasped
ringers. But we have had no wars. There
has been no slaughter of our innocent
youth. Xo plague nor pestilence has deci
mated the ranks of the sons i.f the Golden
West, or of the East either. Mr. Forter re
ports the proportion of the sexes about the
same as usual. There are on this slope a
few more boys than girls, but this is offset
by the preponderance of the fair sex on the
other side of the continent. Altogether for
every Jill there is a Jack, if she could only
Wherever he may be he has not been this
year at the hotels at summer watering-
places Dismal accounts hive come from
Santa Cruz ana Monterey and other resorts
nf a hundred girls nnd— men; of sixty
beautiful creatures sweet enough to lure the
gods fiom Olympus— only cue man; of
forty maiden*, most divinely tail and most
divinely fair, and no man at all to divide
among them. And when the Saturday half
noliday did start a little streamlet of young
men from city lo summer resort the sexes
did not mix any better tlian oil and vinegar.
At the Saturday evening bops tiie girls sat
round the room chattering with Pitch other
or reading boobs. Occasionally— horror of
horrors' — one girl would clasp another girl's
waist and the pair would go whirling round
the room. Meanwhile a group of callow
youths fringed the entrance of the room,
gazed a while at paradise and presently
melted away in the direction of the club
house or the billiard-room or bowling-alley.
It is evident that the ball-room had no at
traction for tliem.
There was something wrong here, and it
is well that girls should try to find out what
it was. Leaving matrimonial considera
tions out of the question, it is not best for
either sex to dispense with the society of
the other. The girls grow Miss Xancyish
ami th- buys coarse. Why do young men
eschew hops and ball-rooms?
Hut it ever occurred to any one that the
dances of the period are hot calculated to be
sources of delirious joy to young men?
Men do a duty in dancing to please their
sisters and their friends, but they are se
cretly deii-Jit id when they can slip away
and take some real fun at the billiard-table,
or in the bowling-alley, or tlie cosy club
room, where the ante is low. May not this
account for the unpopularity of ball-rooms
ami the gilded youth of the period?
We hear the lovely Clarissa and the ex
quisite Ethel with the pearl ears exclaim :
But why will the men not talk to us on the
balconies and on the beach? To whom it
may be deferentially replied that young men
are free agents, and not unfrequently per
sons of bad taste. To a creature of proper
perceptions, no pleasure could rival the joy
of a tete-a-tete with Clarissa or Ethel. But
young men's minds are not always refined,
and some of them are so dull that they do
not appreciate a conversation which turns
on what Miss Jones said when she called,
what Miss .smith wore at Hie opera, and
whether the affair between Bluoderbore and
Miss Robinson will come to anything. There
is a dazzling brilliancy in this sort of con
versation which young men are not always
keyed-tip to appreciate. So they sneak away
and consort with people who can talk on
topics which Interest them.
It is, perhaps, high treason to say It— but
girls must be told, if it is only in a whisper,
that man is the lord of creation, and that
power goes with the beard. He may go
where be pleases, and, under certain rules
of good behavior, bestow his society upon
whom he pleases; and, in a majority of
cases, he will go where he enjoys himself in
preference to where lie is bored, and will
consort rather with those who entertain him
than with those whose thoughts have noth
ing in common with his. It is no trick for
a bin lit girl to real a man so thoroughly thai
she will know precisely the topics on which
he can talk, and the topics which are to him
a closed or a dull book ; nor will it be much
of an effort for her to feign an interest in the
former. A girl who does this will never
lack male attentions— boys will go to water
ing-places expressly to meet her. Those
who arc unwilling to make this small con
fession to the other sex will have to complain
of neglect we fear.
THE roIil'.I'KLN MILLION INCREASE.
The country is not satisfied with the 14,
--000,000 increase of population which Por
ter's census gives us. It is not that the
increase in itself is Dot sufficient, but that
native Americans do not seem to have
played an Important part in it. The num
ber of arrivals from Europe in the ten years
is known t i have been 5,242,529. The num
ber of arrivals from Canada is not so well
known, but a close estimate is made of
000,000. This would leave the increase from
immigration at about 0,000,000, within 1,000,
--000 of one-half of the entire increase. It
then appears that there was only an increase
of 7.000,000 from excess of births over deaths,
with a basis of population of 50,000,000.
This shows a low rate of natural Increase
and a lower rate still for the native popula
tion, since it is a well-established fact that
the natural increase of immigrants is greater
than of natives. Of natives it is true also
that the colored race are more prolific than
the white race But still it is not worth while
to despair of the country. There are better
things for a nation than a large population.'.
It is sometimes well to go slow in matters
of ' population. A family of five persons—
two parents and three children— hold
out more promise than a family of twice that
number. Three children, fairly well educated
aud equipped for Cue straggle lor existence,
THE MORNING CALL, SAN FRANCISCO, WEDNESDAY; -SEPTEMBER 3. 1890-EIGHT PAGE&
may represent more happiness than seven
children neglected from their cradle and cast
out upon the world without preparation for
the work before them. There are always
population cranks who take an especial
pleasure in predicting the population of a
country fifty or a hundred years hence.
One of these ill-regulated minds calculates
the population of the United States in 1950
at 211,000,000. lie arrives at this figure by
applying the rate of increase in the early
decades of the century, when the territory
was large and the population small, to the
much greater population of the present and
immediate future, But better than 244,
--000,000 people would be 100,000,000 of
happy, well-conditioned and well-disciplined
men, women and children. Life is valu
able for the happiness it confers, lt may be
a blessing or it may be a curse. The chances
of happiness are certainly greater with a
people that have not increased so fast that
the greater part of tliem "tumbled up"
without the mental or bodily discipline
which enables a human being to make the
most of the faculties which nature has given
him. ■.-'■■•■■• ■ '
The transportation ot oil to Europe and foreign
ports has resulted lv the construction ol a fleet
of about sixty iauK steamers, that now ply prin
cipally between New York and Philadelphia
and the pons of lairjland. Germany and France.
The entire carrying capacity of tliese vessels Is
devoted to oil, the space being divided luto dif
ferent compartments. There are no cans or
barrels, there Is no leakage, and the vessels are
more speedily loaded or unloaded aud at lets
expense than under the old system. Recently
the (ieestemuude was loaded with 1,300,000
gallons of oil at Point Breeze In about twenty
two hours. There are three steamers afloat
that have a capacity of 1.500,000 gallons. The
Brilliant, now bound to New York, is said to be
the largest steamer of this class afloat. Tne
transportation of oil on the great northern lakes
has also uudergoue a remarkable change. There
are about a dozeu iron tank vessels, known us
turtle-backs, hi which oil is towed by steam tugs
to various points on the lakes. Oil in barrels
and cases ls, however, still shipped to ports In
me Indies and the far Kast.
It Is estimated that with a cotton crop valued at
almost half a billion, a corn crop worth $250,.
000,000, wheat and oats valued at (70,000,000,
added to her products of i Ice, sugar, tobacco,
etc.. the agricultural products of the South will
tins yeai reach 81,050,000,000, something like
$400,000,000 more than lv 1880. From all sec
tions comes the report ol "ilie best outlook for
rarmers since the war." The Manufacturers'
Record, In its annual review of the crop situation,
shows that the coltou product lias steadily In
creased fiom 6.505,000 bales In 1880-87 to
7,500,000 or 8,000,000 bales for ihe present
crop. The price, like the production, shows an
iiicicase, the value of the last four crops, Includ
ing coltou seed, being placed at 11,500,000,000.
Manufactures aud industrial enterprises also
show marvelous progress. The blessings of
peace and prosperity have encouraged the devel
opment of (lie riches of the Soutll. Capital has
pouted in from the North and stimulated enter
prise iv eveiy direction.
It is calculated that the new bridge over the
Hudson at Now York, which will be the greatest
engineering feat of the century, will cost about
$40,000,000. It will take leu years to construct
it and wiil be a third longer than the East lilver
luldge and twenty feet higher, but unlike the for
mer it will beef [he cantilever type. store-houses
will be located beneath the great structure.
Freight-cars will unload by means of chutes iuto
these and ships will load direct from them or di
rect to the cai s. The grand union passenger depot,
a part of the eutei prise, will be a colossal
structure of steel capable of accommodating all
the trains that now euler New York and Jersey
Clly. It will be large enough to hold twenty
tracks side by side and wiil be 1300 feet id
The Inspectors rusted with the duty of pre
venting evasions of the contract labor law a
New York lind it exceedingly difficult to foil the
designs of those intent on unlawfully entering
this countiy. Ills asserted that the " contract
laborers" are posted at home before leaving or
the steamship people dilll them on the voyage.
lien when culprits are caught the courts are
likely to defeat the efforts of the luspeciors. In
July the inspectors examined thousands and de
tained hundreds of suspicions cases, yet they
were only able to send back one single case.
Congress lias consequently been urged to pass
one of tr.e measures now befoie it.
Consul Bee while hi Chicago entertained the
rei inters with some remarkable statements ou
the Chinese question. To one ne is represented
as having said: " The Chinese will all go event
ually." This was soon afterward followed by
the declaration: "There is no inducement for
tbem to stay longer than is sufficient to accumu
late a tain amount of capital." While It is
extremely doubtful that ilm Chinese will all
eventually depart tor the Flowery Kingdom, all
will agree with the assertion that "They do not
assimilate with and can have no peiniauent
place as individuals lv our civilization."
Icebergs and floating Ice have matte the navi
gation of the Atlantic the past summer unusu
ally hazardous. Vessels arriving at Eastern
porta still continue reporting the progress of mas
sive Icebergs sonthward. - r" — -7
AFTEK THOSE FEES.
A Suggestive Iteport to the Supervisors
of San .l«,f.
The Financial Committee of the Board of
Supervisors of Sau Jose made a report yes
terday of their recent examination into the
conduct of the County Clerk's office from
January 1, 1887, to June 30, 1890. Attached
to the report were the figures obtained from
the books by Accountant Brandon.
After giving a pretty full summary of the
exhibits from A to T the Herald of yester
day fays: The committee then proceeded to
condemn the system of book-keeping that
it pursued in the County Clerk's office,
softening it In the case of the present Clerk
by saving that It has been in use since 18711,
and recommended that a new fee-book be
procured as soon as possible so that all fees
may be entered in a separate column from
the one in which the deposits are entered.
The committee quoted, the law governing
the practice of the County Clerk, and said
thtt the law had not been followed, as the
amounts deposited by and charged to liti
gants and estates have not been entered In
the fee-book. -■
The committee further says that the
County Clerk in his monthly settlements
with the County Treasurer should pay over
the total 'amount actually earned in fees
during the month, and not turn over the
total amount of fees and deposits as he has
been in the habit of doing. sS^3s
The committee further observes that by
keeping a fee-book according to law errors
are not nearly so liable to be made and the
actual condition of the County Clerk's ac
counts can then be ascertained with very
When the new fee-book is obtained the
committee says a lists of the amounts due to
litigants and estates up to the time of open
ing the book should be made out and a set
tlement .arranged sons not to conflict with
the amounts kept in the new book.
The Finance Committee express their deep
sense of obligati "n to the County Clerk and
all his deputies for their courtesy- and abil
ity In explaining the mysteries of their office
and the intricacies of the expert's report.
The amounts found due from Clerk Single
tary are £47:1 80 in "errors and discrepan
cies," and §500 10 for copying done by his
deputies, who put the fees in their own
pockets. The whole amount is ?!«>•'( 90.
The committee's report was signed by W.
A. '/,. Edwards (Chairman), James T. Pheg
ley and A. tlreeninger.
- '. - ~\i
The Board of Trustees of the Mechanics'
Institute met last evening, David Kerr pre
siding. The Finance Committee reported
that for the month of August bills to the
amount of 82700 06 had been audited. Re
ceipts for the same period amounted to
81440 43. ■; ••--•'.
The Committee on Opening Exercises for
the annual fair reported that they had re
ceived a poem, composed by Mrs. Julia
Clinton Jones, for the occasion.
The matter of changing the design of
medals to be awarded was discussed, and it
was finally decided to defer the change until
Ex-Trustee McDonald was presented by
the board with a set of resolutions, hand
somely bound in. morocco, as a testimonial
of the efficient and valuable service per
formed by the recipient in behalf of the
Institute in years gone by.
The ten vagrants who were arrested in
the Chinese quarters, where they had eked
out a miserable existence in vile places, and
who are better known as "Chinatown bum
mers," are serving a sentence of thirty days'
imprisonment in the County Jail. Judge
Joachinisen ; committed them yesterday.
There are quite a large number of such
worthless degraded loafers living in the
Chinese quartet by stealing, begging, dunk
ing Chinese gin and sleeping in doorways.
The "following appointments are an-'
nounced by Postmaster Backus: Miss L*
A. Miller, Mrs. D. E. Bacon, Miss H. M*
Beach, Mrs. K. L. Arnold and Miss 1. B'
Poultney, directing clerks; Messrs. A. Bat/.'
H. G. Hopkins, J. I). Bishop, distributing
cierks. ■ -'■■ ■ •"-" "■■ ■■-'■■■ - ■- ■".-.
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.r Visit Gettysburg ranoi ania, Mai ket & 10th.*
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Asks a Divokce.— Charles J. .Smith has filed
a neilllou for divoice against his wife, Emma M.
Smith. ■■; .
COLONEL CLARK BURIED
Keis Escorted to' the Grate With
Colonel Zerah P. Clark was burled yester
day with military honors in Laurel Hill
Cemetery. The funeral took place from his
late residence, 2012 California street, where
only intimate friends of the family were
The remains were borne from the house
by a detail of non-commissioned officers, who
acted as casket-bearers, and laid upon a
caisson. An American flan was placed upon
the casket, and the cortege moved away
slowly but with military precision to 'St.
Paul's Church on California street. The
burial services of the Episcopal Church were
conducted over the Oier in the presence of a
large assemblage. After the services were
concluded, the remains, escorted by the fol
lowing pall-bearers, were removed to the
General XV. H. Dimond. Lieutenant-Colonel .1.
W. staples, Lieutenant-Colonel Samuel Taylor,
Louis Sloss, Eugene Deuprev, Colouel Thomas
1". Berry, Lieutenant-Colonel Ueorge Wnittell.
Major William McCleilan, C. T. I'ldwell and
Captain William Armstrong.
The funeral procession was composed of a
battalion made up of details from the First,
Second and Third Regiments, X. G. C.,
under command of Colonel McDonald of the
Second Regiment, who was mounted with
his stall. The Second Regiment band
marched in front, and after the infantry
followed all the employes of the Anglo-
Nevada Insurance Company, a detachment
from the Fire Department with Chief Scan
uell in charge, members of the Loyal
Legion, Major-General Dimond and staff,
Brieadier-General Cutting and staff and the
Hue officers of the Second Brigade in car
riages. The caisson was drawn by four
horses and followed by Colonel Clarke's
horse with saddle and inverted military
boots, led by an orderly.
At the grave brief ceremonies were per
formed. Companies C and Fof the First
Regiment tired three volleys over the grave,
and the last honor was done the dead when
taps were sounded by the buglers.
Supreme Court Hearing.
A motion for the dismissal of the appeal in
the ease of Airs. Mary Coffey against the
Young Men's Institute has been set for
hearing before the Supreme Court fur Sep
tember loth. The appeal i- from a judg
ment obtained by Mrs. Coffey in the
Superior Court against the Institute fora
benefit due on the death of her son. The
judgment was for $521 and costs.
Scrofitla Is a more formidable enemy than
either consumption or cancer alone, for scrofula
combines the worst possible features of both. It
is cured by Hood's Sarsapariil... the blood purifier.
Come and Hear liuin.
The noted orator, Colonel George, VV. itain, will
give his farewell speech on "Temperance," at Pio
neer Ball, on Wednesday evening, September 3d,
tree. Ail Invited. -
■Mi;.. Wjnsi-ow's S'niTHis'-i Svki-i*" has been
used over Kilty Years by mothers lor their children
while Teething with perfect success. It soothes
the child, softens tbe Gums, allays all Pain, cures
Wind Colic, regulates the bowels anil Is the best
remedy for Dlarrho-a, whether arising from teeth
ing or other causes, and is tor sale hy Druggists lv
every part of the world. lie sure am! ask tor Sirs.
Winslow's Soothing Syrup. Twenty-live cents a
bottle. • -'..."*■'.
Sc-i.r In advance, hut by calling at Sbarboro ,_
Co.'s, b'll Washington street, you can get same at
the old prices in quantity to suit.
Keep looking young and save your hair, it- color
and beauty with I'akkkk's Hair Balsam,
Pakkkh's Uixi-KK Toxic, the best cough cure.
For Throat Diskasks __stj Coco its, use "Brown's
Broncliial Troches." Price 'lb Cts. Hold only in bores.
Bxai iivM's Pi_-X_s cure sick headache.
Mi i ■■.'.'- Photographic Gallery, 523 Kearny street.
Extra mine pies. Swain's. I*l3 Sutter streeL
NOTICE OF J MEETINGS.
gtTS 3 California Council. No. 2. It. gf.
»--? and S. M.. meets THIS , WEDNES fn
DAT) EVENINO, September 3d, at J'AOTTjt
o'clock, for business and degrees. By order /NyX
of the T. I. M, [ It] GEO. JOHNSON. Recorder.
rj^S=" Mission Lodre, No. 169/* F. B
Bay and A. M. -stated meeting THIS A
(WEDNESDAY) EVENING. September 3d. >J;Zf
at 7:30 o'clock, fltj J. i. ii sii i. i.i sec f\yx
ftps* Mount Vlorlah Lodjre. No. 44 ■
EFj*' V. ami A. Stated meeting THIS_*%
. WEDNESDAY) EVENING, September 3d,^S^
at 8 o'clock. By order of the W. M. /N_F
se3 It C. F. BROWN, Sec,
gt^^P To the ottcerfl and mem- ___>__&_,___•-
Li-* 7 hfrsot oriental Kebekah Degree JH^SB_&
Lodge, No. 90, I. O. O. v.— You are here- "ftttdS^e^
l,i notified to assemble in Prospect Hall. *''*sr*&*-~
New Odd Fellows' Building, THIS (WEDNESDAY!
EVENING, at 8 o'clock. All members of the de-
gree are cordially invited to be present. By order of
MAKY M. EWINO, N. <;. -
Sophia ii. Button, Itec. See. aula it We
_tr~*-fs*» To the officers and mem- ogtttLWltis*, ' :
_S_j__' c r s of Templar Lodge, No. 17, I. ___^^Sfe-JJt
O. ii P.— .You are hereby notified to as- TPj&^gpaT??
semble In Memorial Hall, New odd Fel- ***./""*■ '
lows' Building, cor. Seventh and Market sts.. THIS
(WEDNESDAY) EVEHINO, at 8 o'clock. By order
of the N. G. [ mi -J We tf] L. ADIIAM, Kec. Sec.
ftPS* The Canadian Association— A Jleet-
— z -& r Ing of the Canadian Association will bp held
at B. li. flail. 121 Eddy St.. at 8 r. M. THI RSDAV.
4lh lust. All Canadlaus are earnestly requested to
attend and sign the roll. M. MORRISON. Secy. at
rrjf-*"*"^. Cosmopolitan Lodge, No. <;tjlii_i^i-
l>-ss> 194, l. o. O. F. Initiation WED-^gJjr«^
nesiivv EVENING, September 3d. -:"^^^
Visaing brethren cordially Invited. '*' ■■'• '•■
auJtl 4t J. 11. STEWART. N. (1.
H^3s=» The Regular -lleetinjr of the llrirt.
A-£> Layers' Association will be held THIS
(WEDNESDAY) EVENING, Sept. 8, 1800, at 11. 11.
Hall, 121 Eddy st., at 8 o'clock.
WILLIAM sea. President
James K. Coi.hf.rt. Secretary. lt_
sK^S=> Quarterly Meet in; of the A "«-.__,»
IS-*' trlan Benevolent Society— omrersK!H^a
and members: You are hereby notified tojSrt^S'
attend your nuarterlv meeting on wI.I»NES-a_^sr
DAY EVENING, sept. 3d, at 7:30 o'clock , W
sharp, at your ball, 413 Suiter st. Ail members are
requested to attend for Important business. Flues
will be strictly enforced. By order of
M. SCANATICH, President.
N. loi. i. iMriH. Secretary. sel* lit
RrCS 3 Hall to Let Friday Evening., Grand
S^g central, cor. Sixth and Market sts. jy23 tf_
ftpEr" A. Week's New* for 5 Cents— The
m 2& Wkfki.y ('.tin, In wrapper. ready for mailing.
~ SI'EiTIAL NOTICES. ~
OK^» Dr. F. T. Olmstead— Catarrh'. Throat,
»>-»' lung diseases cured by oxygen inhalation:
cancer cured, new method. Koom 84, Hood Butld-
Ing. se3 7t*
TipSr' Corns, Bunions. Etc., Instantly lte-
ZX-& moved or no charges made by Dr. llalpruner,
850 Market st. (without pain' : his palu remover
and corn salve for sale. It* ,
itpztf* Ladies lf Disappointed See ____-_••
SfTSe YVEI"f, 205 41h, and be coiilented. seJi lm»
XS 3 Books Bought and -..;.!. Kins; Bros. I
as-*' :i Fourth St.. near Market. inr27 tf
Jtt^S 3 Charles Ashton. 41 1 Montgomery st.
m-Br items collected; personal attention to the
management of property In his care. Makes honest,
economic expenditures. -
City agent Guardian Assurance Co. of London and
Phenlx Ins. Co. of Brooklyn. au27 end tf -
[*p3p All Cases Restored At - Once, No
XXSJ matter from what cause- Ladies, it you want
instant relief for monthly irregularities, consult
the oldest and only reliable female physician of 40
years' experience: my Sate Specifics are tho best
ever discover, d, ami will positively cure after all
others fall; pills, *1 ; also latest Invention without
medic. lie. PP.. M. STItASSMAN. 810 Post st.a'-'9 lm
ffp^* Bad Tenants Ejected for I*4. Cnllec-
_*--*»' tlons made, city or country. Paciuc Collection
Company, bib California at.. Room 3. ile22 tf
P¥ Bad Tenants Ejected for SlO^oid
ar-*^ all costs paid; collections city or country.
COFFEY'S COLLECTION CO., 019 Montgomery, tf
HP7B* Fine Watch and Jewelry Iti-palrinir
to-" a specialty. Watches cleaned,?!: main-spring
$1; warranted. W. A. HAMMOND, 4 Sixth st. ari lm
ffP£?* Vl!iiiro - Maritime Hotel— as Stail-
a»-*r ford, bet. Braniian, lownscud. Second and
Third sts.; patronage of mar solicited. ]y!4 (imo
jrg=> IS. Vienll, General Commission and
»--' purchasing agent, late of 810 Market st.,
Booms 46 and 48, Pbelaii Building, Market st. ; com-
missions of all descriptions executed; properties
sold, let, exchanged or taken care of; lire and tire
Insurance cilected. aulß lm
tsprs* Home Institution for the Special
Be-*; treatment of abdominal and pelvic diseases
or women and men. Patients at a distance who can
not obtain the comforts and care so essential to suc-
cess In connection with Judicious and proper treat-
ment may communlca o with JOHN A. MILLER
M.D., *J3B Taylor St., San iraiicisco. Jyl9
ttpSf* Doctors It. A It., Late Army Snr-
; l*-*' goons and Specialists— Cure all Diseases of
Men of a Private Ifalure In less time and for less
money than any other Specialists on the Pacific
Coast. Free advice. All communications strictly
confidential. Call or write to DOCTORS B. *11
623 Kearny street, San Francisco, Cal. The Doctors
are well-known and to I"- recommended. nn I tf
S^Sr" Astral-Seer— Past, Present, Future:
lar-xy horotcope cast. Prof. Holmes, 11 Scott. 14 Bui
ftPS* Old Gold and Silver Bought: Send
•*-** your old gold and silver by mall to the old
and reliable house of A. COLEMAN, 41 Third st.
San Francisco; 1 will send by return mail the cash-
If amount Is nut satisfactory will rotnrn the gold. 2y
ITV^S* . ; Iticord's Specific- For Kidney*.
Ha-*' bladder and liver: il; sole agent. A. Olios
Druggist, cur. Kearny and Washington. S.F'.Jel4 liinu
BJ"JSI .? rl,m ,', ', .Midwife. Graduate
■■***' University of Heidelberg, Germany private
hospital ; women's diseases a specialty; sure specific
remedy for ?,'. ou )r irregularities; reasonable.
Office lil li/i Mission St.; _■ to 6F. M, myi!" 12mos
IKef"..?''! <,l< '"• Send for Our Pamphlets-
msr We bare something new which will save yon
trouble; price *5. Address KIKKWOOD HARD
RUBBER CO.. Market and Jones, «th floor, Ii 124
SanFranclseo. Send stamp; lady agents wanted.'apStt
R^W."'.. 1 ' * Trowbrldsre, West Coast
■r^^ Wire Works, 11 Druinm st. jell o m _»
$&&*,„'"*'*■ Wilmet, Clairvoyant. Li, dies'
arJy So„ge|itiemensl. 665 V, Market, Km 39. Bin
t-gp Dr. C. C. O'Dounell -Office and Ilea
*_-*■• KW.cor. Washmgtoii aud Kearny sts. niytftf
SpS* Alamo, 'a Maternity Filial Strictly
B--^ private. DRS. FU.NKE.ur. Fi'einal Pk.mitt
Jp^" Mrs. D.i vies, 426 Kearny St.; Only
a-Ar safe and sure curs ior all emil e troubles.iatt ,
HJsS=» Dr. Hall. *",? Kearny St.— Diseases of
*<& woman a suecialty: hours 1 to 4. c toS.myo ly
SPaS* l»r. "'cord's Kestoratlve Pills: S,.e-'
-*-»" clfic for exhausted vitality, physical debintv
wasted tones, etc. ; i approved by the Academy of ;
no ii,,.. Paris, and the medical celebrities. Sold'
by J. (i. STEELE A CO., «35 Market St., Palace Ho-
I tel, San Francisco. I Sent by mall or express. Prices- 1
Pox of SO, $1 25: of 100, t'2; of 200, $3 50; of 40 J
, to. Preparatory Pills. 82. Sent! for circular. fe'Jtf ';'
RTS 3 - A Week* New-, for 5 Cents— The
Hr-a-* w n.i, 1. 1 Call. wrapper, ready for mailing.
7'7P\7 . DIVIDEND NOTICES. JPjPP
gps* Divi-lon.l Notice— Office of the Pkcl-
tS7& tic Borax, Salt and Soda Company. San Fran-
cisco, August 39, 1890— At a meeting of the Board
of Directors of the above-named company, held
this day, a dividend (No. 35) of one dollar ($1) per
share was declared, payable WEDNESDAY, Sept.
10, 1889, at the ofllce of the company, 230 Mont-
gomery St.. Rooms II and 12. Transfer-books close
September 5, 1890, at 3 o'clock p. it.
au3l t.l F. B. PKITCIIARD, See, pro in.
•a IRS. .1. J. WHITNEY, CLAIRVOYANT TEST
JVI medium, life-reader. 1812 Market st. au!9 tf
BENHARD, MEDIUM; INFORMATION
on stocks, lottery, love. etc. 353 Fourth. al'2 lvi
~ CLAIKV._YANTS. . . _~
M"~RS\'k_NKE AD. CLAIRVOYANT TRANCE ME-
iliiim. 1239 Market st. HUB 6m
SITUATIONS WANTED FOR A NUMBER OF
first-class - cooks, secoud girls, chambermaids,
waitresses and competent housework girls. Apply
to K. T. WARD & CO., 610 Clay, Telephone 747,32 3
T ADIES, BEST SERVANTS. SWEDISH EM*
J J ployment Olhce, 524 Bush st. It*
YY'OMAN WOULD LIKE A POSITION TO HELP
II In a kitchen; boarding-house or private family;
by day: sleep home. 1301 Mason st. se3 3t*
YOUNG GIRL WISHES SITUATION TO ASSIST
J in light housework or to inlnd children. Ad-
dress E. KALINTZ or send postal card, 1914 Mason
st., bet. Filbert and Greenwich se3 3t*
YOUNG GERMAN GIRL WISHES SITUATION
1 for cooking ami housework In Ameiican family.
719 Lombard st, ; sen at*
It' AN WANTS SITUATION, DO WASHING
lT and house-cleaning by the day. Call 440 Ninth
St.. In rear. se3 St*
MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN WISHES SITUATION
as housekeeper or would take care lodging*
house. Call or address J. 63 Jessie st, se3 lit*
WEDISiFgIRL, A FEW MONTHS IN THE
country, wishes a situation to do upstairs work
or housework. Apply 604 .Minna st. seS at*
VOI NG GIKL AS CHAMBER-MAID AND WAIT-
J 1..". Apply lis Ivy aye. sc3 31*
\MJATTIDY WOMAN WISHES SITUATION* 11)
li do general housework In a small private family
where washing is given out; Isa good family cook,
American style. Address YUSTINA, Box 40, this
office, » e -i 3-"
SWEDISH GIRL WANTS A PLACE AT HOUSE-
IS wort. Please call at 425 East st., bet. Washing*
tun and Merchant, «e3 *Jt*
A I IDIILE-AGED WOMAN WISHES SITUATION*
.M in small family for light housework; Rood plain
cook- a good home more au object than wages. 1 56
Shipley St. se_J___
fX ERMAN WOMAN WOULD LIKE SITUATION
vjr sick-nurse. Apply or address, 120 ivy aye.3 2t*
U 'ANTED— A SITUATION BY A COMPETENT
woman to do housework: Is a good cook and
will do p'alu washing; rererences; wages reason-
able. Address, for two days, L. L., Box 102, Call
Branch Office. __
lIELIABLE, EXPERIENCED NURSE IS OPEN*
IV to engagement; city or country. Nurse, Box
119. Call Branch Odice, it*
riOMPETENT WOMAN WISIIES TO DO GEN-
VJ eral bousework in small family, 209 Foiirth.lt*
OWE "sii GIRL WISHES TO DO GENERAL
0 housework. 534 Secoud at It*
f>ltO'l IJSTANT WOMAN WISHES A SI l'i' A-
-1 lion to do housework where she can have a girl
of i. years with her: city or country; references.
Apply -'1 Sixth st. It*
7 "i.MI-l. 1 I-NT PERSON, WHO IS GOOD COOK
V' and laundress, wishes situation: good reference.
Address or apply. 617 Postst., In bakery. It*
1 -iii- in. ass COOK: go out by day OK
J' week; get up dinner ur supper parties at reason-
aide price; best references given. Address l-ir>t-
elass. Box 160, call Branch office. lt*
/ IOMPETEST WOMAN WISHES HOUSE-CLEAN.
V; Ing: $1 25 per day. 210 O'Karrell st. It*
I) ESPECTABLE WOMAN WISHES WORK BY
It the day; washing and house-cleaning. 810 Bu-
chanan st. it*
r A MERICAN LADY AND DAUGHTER, LATELY
.-A from East, would like positions in country:
mother as housekeeper and manager, daughter as
assistant; both competent. 863 Mission st. lt*
CIOMPETE.NT WOMAN WISHES TO DO If ASH-
) iug anil ironing. Apply 1075 Bryant. It*
C (OMPETENT WOMAN WOULD LIKE A SITUA-
V_ Hon as cook, or would take huusi-wors; refer-
ences If required. 237 Frahklin st, bet. Hayes and
YOUNG LADY WISIIES POSITION* AS COPYIST.
J Address C-, (all Branch OfUee. 2518 Mission.!*
"ANTED I 'lT* A*lit IN AS COOK OR TO DO
li general honsework ; references given if re-
quired, Please call or address A. 11., 118 Hayes. ;t*
V'OUNG LADY. COMPETENT TYPE- WHITER
1 and stenographer, wishes a position: best of
references; Is willing to accept small salary to
begin with. Address S. T., Box 106, Call Branch
Office. se*-' __
Gi i IJI IN GIKL WOULD LIKE SITUATION" AS
i « oik ing housekeeper In city. Please call or
address M. R.. 129 Tnlrd st. se2 Bt*
U ANTED— BI RESPONSIBLE WOMAN, SlTU-
atlmi to do general housework oras housekeeper.
Call or address 514 Ash aye.. bet. octavia and l.a-
guua sis. . se-2 3t«
ot m; lady would LIKE TO DO HOUSE-
I work lv small (amity. Address M. I".. 14 Hayes
street. se'J St*
l) YOUNG DANISH GIRLS WANT WORK. ONE
— as cook, other for upstairs work, sewing or care
"1 ehiiuren; good references. 029 Howard St.. nr.
Fifth, se'J Jit*
Q GIRLS, JUST FROM THE EAST. WISH SIIUA-
O tious; i as chaiuh'-ruiai I. 1 as lady's maid, the
other as baby's nurse; good references from last
euiplover: no objection to the country. Call 10 to
2, Room 55, Nucleus House. Third and Market. 2 2*
VV 'OMAN WANTS WORK BY DAY; HOUSE
II work, cleaning or llghl washing for families.
Call or address Laundress, 220 Jessie sL, upstairs,
between Third and Fourth. se'J 2t»
V'OUNG GIRL WANTS SITUATION TO DO UP-
I stairs work and take care of children. 637 Minna
street. se2 2t*
TTaPABI.E WOMAN WISHES A SITUATION AS
Xj cook or housekeeper in city or country. Call or
address MRS. A. sen. 553 Mission st. se'J 3t»
/■'OMPETENT YOUNG WOMAN WISHES SITUA-
Xj tion to do general housework. Please call at
2501 Steiuer St. se2 9t*
\s OUNG GIRL WISHES SITUATION AT CHAM-
herwork or waiting. Apply 1906 . is Mission. 2 ■_'»
SITUATION WANTED BY COMPETENT COOK
O Just from the East. Apply at 19U8',ii Mlsslon.2 2*
IV ANTED-BY PROTESTANT WOMAN, SITU-
II at on as seamstress or for chamberwork; city or
conntiy. Please call or address Miss C. 1028 Hyde
St.. near Calitornia. a '_' 2t*
QEAMSTKESS, THOROUGHLY COMPETENT—
i 5 Cutting, fitting, draping and white work; wages
$25. city or country: retereiice. S-, Box Ob. Cai...
Branch office. _ se2 21*
p-A N ELDERLY LADY WISHES A Ail. Willi
./A a small German family. Good home more an
object than high wages. Please apply 350 Jessie st.,
rear louse. sel Jtt*
PLAIN GERMAN GIRL I.IKE DO LIGHT HOUSE-
X work and plain cook, small Protestant family,
elderly p'«rty preferred; city or country. Please
call or write, 249 Clementina, near 4th st.sel lit*
DRESSMAKER WHO UNDERSTANDS HOW TO
cut and fit wishes to go out hi the day lit pri-
vate families. Address Dressmaker, 1425 Pine
street. au'JS 7t*
TTTjOD SEAMSTRESS, ALSO ABLE TO MAKE
Vjr children's clothes, wishes to go out by the day
iv private families. Address Seamstress, 1125 Pine
street. au2B 71*
CHEAPEST AND BEST IN AMEKICA-THE
eight-page WEEKLY CALL, sent to any address
In tlie United States or Canada uue year for $1 25.
V^OUmT^SaN, 20 YEARS, WISHES TO LEARN
X blacksmith trade; 1 year's experience: wants
steady work: small wages at first; city preferred.
Address A, H., Box 45, tills office. se3 st*
ITUATIONS WANTED TO MANAGE A FARM—
A Danish family, man aud wile, 2 boys, 13 and
14 years, and 1 girl, 12 years old, desire situations
on a larm; the husband understands all about farm '
work and the wire Is used to housekeetiiiiff on a
farm' best or references can be lurnished. Address
J. C. HANSEN, 9 and 11 Market st., city, au3l It*
U ELIABLE BOY, 16, WOULD LIKE TO LEARN
a trade. 1301 Mason st. seS lit*
YY' ELL-EDUCATED YOUNG MAN* WISIIES EM-
II plnymetit or any kind. Address XV. E, Box 09.
C ill Branch Ollice. se.i 3t*
AN CH OVERSEER AND WIFE FOR HOUSE-
it- keeper, cook tor 15 men: understands all kinds
or work about the ranch: will go on trial fi*r a
month: if don't do his work no pay. Address H. 11,
Bni4s, Call Olhce, __ sc s. ; '. I *..
U i ANTED — POSITION AS GARDENER AND
florist by an Englishman who has had many
years' experience on estates in England. Address
Englishman, Box 128. Call Branch Oftice. se;i 2t*
YOUNG GERMAN WISHES SITUATION IN
1 bakery to learn the business. Address P. S., Box
65, Call Offlco, It*
YOUNG MAN* (GERMAN), CAN NOT SPEAK
X English, wishes any kind of work. Addross C.
YOUNG. 1030 Minna st., near Eleventh. se2 3t*
TTOSITION AS BUTLER; UNDERSTANDS
X about salads, Ices, etc.; can give the best city
references. Address A. 8., Box 13. this ollice. se'J 3
FIRST-CLASS COACH OR CARRIAGE MAKER
' ami carriage designer wishes situation; carried
oh* first prize in artistic contest at Paris. Address
New Hansa Hotel. 32 1 Druminst. se'J 31*
J.'LDERLY GERMAN, UNDERSTANDS MAKING
yj butler and cheese, can tend to cows and horses
and take care of garden, wants J'lace; hest refer-
ences. Address L. IS., 529 Sacrameuto st, se'J Jtt*
IV ESPECTABLE AMERICAN COUPLE DESIRE '
il iiosition as janitor, or would take entire charge
of ranch or any similar situation; thoroughly com-
petent; best references. Address A., Box 103. Call
Branch. se2 31*
SITUATION— AS DAY OR NIGHT CLERK, Ho-
tel or superior lodging-house by gentleman with
city experience and references: reasonable terms.
Address E. 1!.. Box 91, Call Hranch Ofllce, s'J lit*
OOK AND WIFE. AS ASSISTANT OK I, AUN-
dress, wish situation: hotel or .boarding-house.
Address German Couple. 631 Mt-siou st. se'J Jit*
G~ KOCEItY-YOl M.V.N WANTS SITUATION:
has been 3 years in a grocery-store and ware-
house In Denmark: small security given if desired:
speaks good English: wages $20. Address Store,
Box 133, Call Branch Ollioe. , ■ se'J 3t»
\'OUNG, EXPERIENCED BAR-KEEPER (GER-
iiian) wlsbos a situation. Address 824 Kearuy
street. ;.-J.:-.' ■-- ■ -*" ,' : * ;*■ e '4 L.
V OUNG MAN DESIRES' SITUATION AS HOS-
I tier or ciioreman about place; understands caro
of horses thorouzlily: good carernl driver; can
milk; can give references. , Apply Y. 11. , Box 44,
this office. " -'■■ - ' - se'J2t*
JAPANESE FIRST-CLASS AND STRONG BOY
wants situation In store, othce or saloon; not
afraid of work. J. Address GEORGE, Box 158. Call
Branch Office- '*' ' -' ' sc2 2t*
OYBETWFJEN 14 AND 15. WISHES TO LEARN
a trade: carriage-maker ur machinist preferred.
Call or address C. SCII. 553 Mission st. _ se'J at*
YOUNG "MAN. LATELY FROM IRELAND,
. X wants situation as coachman. Address C. J,
Box 119, Call Branch OBee. sel 14t*
IIiNEKGETIC HARD-WORKING MAN WANTS
j_ position of any kind; Is reliable and trust-
worthy ; references given. Address C. 11. Box 152,
Call Branch Ollice. ____
/ •ARPENTER AND BUILDER WISHES T.i DO
V i work in exchange for lumber or buildiug lut. N.
T. KNUDSON. 52 Williamson St., off Geary, near
Odd Fellows' Cemetery, gag » ___ ; ou3o 6t*
/ i ARIiENEK WISHES SITUATION, THOROUGH-
it Iy competent and well recommended. Address
Gardener, 613 Bush at. a ■- -■ -■■■-.■ -•"■■ au'J9 7t*
Cl IKL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK; PLAIN
T cooking: family of 5; 1.20. Call to-day. at 1426
Washington st. *__ - ;. ■_■-.- - i 0 2., ;
YOUNG GERMAN AND WIFE SWISS. WANT
mi work in a private, family; man as hostler and
to make himself general! v useful; wife as chamber-
maid. : 677V2 or 671. Mission st. -, .'.: - au'Jtf 7t* ...?
I-'--* '.- SITUATIONS— cdxTTXUKTt. •■ J - *
C~T}I7n«:~NKK~-^sn^SATION WANTED AS FOR E-
T man or head gardener in large nursery or pri-
vate place by a German, who is expert in all
branches of gardening: best references. Address
P. G. WINTERS. Yolo County. Cal. sel 51*
\\' ANTED-A FIRST-CLASS POSITION FORA
II married man. who saved (30 by purchasing a
merchant tailor-made suit for#'_o: merchant tailor's
price $40. ORIGINAL MISFIT CLOTHING PAR-
LORS, corner Post and Dupont streets.
IV ANTED-BOOK-KEEPERS, CLERKS AND
II others who are looking for first-class positions
to call and Bee our merchant tailor-made business
suits for *15: merchant tailors' price, $31).
ORIGINAL MISITI CLOTHING PAKLOKS, corner
Post ami Dnuont streets. - ■ ..^___ ,
FEMALE - LP~ WAN IJL^
l\r ANTED-3 WAITRESSES FOR HOTEL,
II country, $25; waitress to assist chamberwork,
country notel. $25: cook and waitress, same country
hotel $30 and »20: German and Scandinavian
cooks, city, $40 and $35; waitresses, city, $20 aud
$25- head laundress and second laundress. Institu-
tion, city. $30 and $25: girls for housework city
and country, $20 and $25. C. K. HANSEN A CO.,
110 Geary st. ' — _i_
O WAITRESSES, COUNTRY HOTEL. $25 EACH
_._ and fare paid, see party here; 10 waitresses, dif-
ferent country hotels, $25 and $20; rook, small res-
taurant, $30; boarding-house cook, $30: chamoer-
maid, plain place, $20: 'working housekeeper, $15;
girls for house-work, city and eouutry; good wages.
It, T. WARD A CO., 610 Clay St. -■•
\v~ANTED-ANY NUMBER OK GOOD SERVANT
II girls desiring work, and all others looking for
cooking, second work, nurses, general housework,
waiters, laundresses, or cookiug situations, to know
that we have work Tor nearly 200 persons, and cood
situations for city and country can be supplied to
them by calling and seeing us and selecting places :
wages from $15 to $35 per month; fare paid to all
country places. J. F. CKOSETT A- CO., 202
Stockton st. Lt
VY r ANTED- FIRST-CLASS GERMAN NURSE,
ii references; French maid. $25: German cooks I
aud|housework, $30 and $25; cook and second girl
same house, country, $30 ami $25: cook and second
girl, same houses, country, $JiU and $20; trench
cook, $30; German second girl, $20: girl for Sacra-
mento, $25; girl for Mendocino. $25: lady's maid.
$25; girls tor general housework and assist, $25.
$20. $15. at DELORME A- ANDRE'S, 320 Sutler, It
Ul A N TED — CHAMBERMAID; AND SEAM-
Tl stress for American family in city. $25: seam-
stress. San Rafael, $25: German second girl, $20:
laundress and chambermaid, $25: cook and nurse,
same family, for Alameda, $25 and $20: German
nurse, $25: three second girls. $25 and $20; girl to
help the cook in private family, $15: maid and
seamstress, $25 cook, assist plain wash, $30; cook
ami second girl, American family In Heaidsburg,
$30 and $25. More than flrty girls for housework
at $25 and $20. Apply Miss K. PLUNKETT, 424
Sutter. - IX
U' ANTED - HEAD- WAITRESS, $25; |WAlT-
res-sos, $20 ami $25. HOTEL GAZETTE, 420
Kearny st. li
YY' ANTED— COOK AND CHAMBERMAID; SAME
II bouse, $30 and $25; 6 upstairs; 6 cooks; 1
ladies' maids and 22 places for general housework.
524 Hush st. _ ] It* :
YY' ANTED— A NEAT GIRL FOR PLAIN COOK-
II ing at 606'/!. Montgomery rive. se3 tf
Ui ANTED— IN A SMALL FAMILY, FOR GEN-
II eral housework, a middle-aged Protestant
woman desiring a home. Apply at Room 9, Nuc-
leus House, cor. Third aud Market sts., bet. 1 and 3
1 -. m. se3 31*
Ul RESPECTABLE GIRL TO DO LIGHT
TT housework. _______!_, _so3_t*_
•j GIRLS WANTED, APPLY Ol'.H- MISSION ST.,
0 from 10 A. m. lv 2 i*. M, se3 31*
"VOCN'O GIRL TO ASSIST IN SMALL AMEltl-
X can family. so.: Hyde. se3 3t*
YY' ANTED— A TRUSTWORTHY WOMAN FOR
ll a permanent position ; must he responsible and
able lo give security. Address, Honesty, Box S7.
CAM, Branch office, sea 3t*
T~-OUNG GERMAN" GIRL GENERAL HOUSE-
X wora; $15. 15191 Howard St. se3 3t*
J' INISHERS AND BUTTONHOLE-MAKERS
custom coats: good wages. •JO2V a Seventh. s3 3;
rilWO YOUNG LADIES: GOOD PAYING BCSI-
-1 ness. 28 Sixth St.. Room 14, se'J 3t*
1 'OOD STEADY RESPECTABI.EGIRI. KORGE.N-
\J eral housework: good home. 223 Sixth st.s2 3*
It* ANTED-A NEAT RELIABLE PROTESTANT
TT woman; one who Is a tasty cook and a-illmg to
assist iv the care of ehlldien. Call at 62 South
Park. Wednesday and Thursday atternoons. bet. 2
and 4 o'clock. . seS 21*
rpIHV GIRI. .GERMAN PREFERRED) FOR
X very light housework; 2 ln family: no washing.
Apply Clay and Mason, In grocery. se3 2t*
GIKL FOX GENERAL HOUSEWORK: NO ClllL-
dren; private family. 1824 Sutter st. se3 2t*
t> ESPECTABLE YOUNG GIRL To MIND BABY;
II small wages: good home. 219 Gough St., call
early, . se3 'Jt*
GOOD GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK; MUST BE A
good plain cook. 507. tones SL se3 21*
Ift LADY WAITERS WANTED. NEPTUNE
XXJ Concert Hall, 114 Grant aye. se3 at*
L'IRST-CLASS TAILORESS ON COATS. iliij
X Sherman s'.. between Sixth aim Seventh. It'
YY - ANTED-YOUNG GIRL To TAKE CAKE OK
Tl baby. 1423 Webster st. It'
L'lltSl'-ILASS TAILORESS ON COATS. 2 1 1 ', ■,
X Geary st. **■-: -v.::..:-'^- --*-> .-,■:■ ..-:-. it*
GIKL FOB LIGHT HOUSEWORK; SMALL
family. 27L^ SbotweJl St., near Fourteenth. 1*
V'OUNG GIKL TO HELP MIND BABY AND DO
1 light work. 413 Fourth St. It*
GIRL TO WAIT AT TABLE; $3 A WEEK. 213
IJ Fourthst- _ lt*
I ADV WAITERS AT BERLIN BEER HALL;
X-i corner of Commercial and Kearny. ; lt*
rPAILOKESS ON COATS. 514 POST STi
-p~All.oltl.Ss WANTED ON PANTS. 1192 HAK-
X rison st. it*
yOUNG GIRL TO ASSIST IN LIGHT HOUSE-
i work. 732Va Finest. li*
Y*oUNG GIRL FOR LIGHT HOUSEWORK. 816
Green wlch st. ■ lt *
■1 'll'.l. FOR. LIGHT HOUSEWORK; WAGES $20.
XJ 1809 .loves st. It*
T ITTI.E GIRL TO ASSIST WITH BABY, ETC.:
X_i sleep home. Address C, Box 91, Call Branch
Office, stating age, wages, etc. It--
Y-OU.NG GIRL TO III) SOME HOUSEWORK AND
tend store. 202y_. Second St. It*
YOUNG GIRL TO ASSIST AT LIGHT HOUSE-
X work. 1321 Scott st. It*
L'IRST-CLASS ANTS-FINISHERS IMMEIIf-
J ately. 19 Ellis st. It*
\ V ANTED — LADY TO ATTEND CIGAR AND
'I periodical store, country. Address A. B. C.
Box 87, Call Branch Office. it*
WAITRESS WANTED. 654 MISSION* STREET-
W ANTiJD-GERMAN GIRL KOK GENERAL
Tl housework. 453 Third st. It*
/-•OOD EXPERIENCED APPRENTICE ON CUS-
XX toll! coats. 12 . Firth St. It'
EXPERIENCED HANDS O.N VESTS. APPLY
641 Stevenson st. It*
IJLAIN MACHINE-SEWER. 935 MARKET ST..
X Room Hi, over Keane Bros. 11*
Ti AITRESS AND PIANO-PLAYER. 410 BUSH
T' St., saloon; wages $1 50 per day. lt*
ts FIRST-CLASS DRESSMAKERS AND FORE-
.__ lady. Room 20. Murphy Building. It*
( GIRLS WANTED. APPLY AT BOOK-BIND-
i GIRLS Montgomery AT BOOK-BlND-
ery. 605 Montgomery st It*
YY" AITER-GIRL FOX KESTAURANT. 626
II Sacramento St. It*'
EXPERIENCED DRESSMAKERS. CO.ME PP.E-
pared to work, 411 Geary st, It*
YOUNG (illti. TO HELP WITH TWO CHIL-
X aren. 611 Ellis st. It*
Y'OING GIRL. ASSIST IN HOUSEWORK^
X Wages $12. Eddy st It*
GIRL ABOUT 18, ASSISI' LIGHT HOUSE-
work, 932 Tweuty-Becund st. i | It*
GIRL WANT ED TO ASSIST IN LIGIII' HOUSE-
work. Apply 897 Larkiu st, ll*
VT' ANTED— 3 OOOD DRKSSMAKEKS: ALSO AP-
II prentice. 830 Howard st, lt*
■VTURSE-GIRL. CALL AFTER 10 A. M„ MME-
_-\ LOTER. 310 I'owell st. it*
Apprentice: WANTED for millinery.
Apply 309 Hayes st. It*
•VTEAT GIRL FOR LIGHT HOUSEWORK. PLAIN
li cookiug, small washlug; American family of 3.
917 Valencia st. ■ - lt*
I i IRL WANTED FOR LIGHT HOUSEWORK;
Xj 110 washing. 514"^ Hayes st. set 3t*
YYTA.NTED— IMMEDIATELY, 5 YOUNG LADIES
II for beer ball, aad other positions In the
country. Call 17, Third st„ room 12. sel 31*
lr IRS l-CLASS FINISHERS AND OPERATORS
I on custom-made work. M. .1. KELLER A Co.,
1007-1009, Broadway. Oakland. sel 3t
II AN ED-LADY WAITRESS AT 526 BROAD-
' II way wages paid. ■ sel 3t
GIRL FOR PLAIN COOKING AND WASHING; 3
IJI In family; $16. 1300 Piue st, sei Jit*
APPRENTICE AT DRESSMAKING AND UN-
J\ derwear; small pay. 1316 Larkln St., store.l 3*
V'lll'Mi GER>Ta_.'"G-KL WANTED FOX LIGHT .
X housework. 20J Eleventh st. sel 3t*
AND TO EMBROIDER ON WHITE WORK
UAND 111 EMBItOIDEIt ON WHITE WOES
In factory by hand. 723 Market St., Room
142. se'J tf
L'IRST-CLASS COOK, 118 TENTH STREET.
£ . . sea tr
GIRL FOX GENERAL HOUSEWORK: SMALL
family; German or English preferred. Call.
mornings with references, 032 Golden Gale aye. 3*
G illl. FKOM 14 TO 16 IN FAMILY OK 2. 950
Army st., near Dolores. se'J 3t*
\'OUNO ASSISTANT FOR MASSAGE; EVEN-
ings only. Call afternoons S65Mi Market
street. se'J Hl*
GIRL TO TAKE CAKE OF 2 CHILDREN AND 2
I hours work per day In kitchen, 79 Stevenson
street. - - se'J 3t*
COMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
J work: small family; $15. 221 Ridley. si-J lit*
GOOD FINISHERS ON COATS; MUST MAKE
I buttonholes. 22 Caroline street. sea 31*
TToOD SEWERS FOR DRESSMAKING WANTED.
VJ 1013 Polk St. . - . se'J 3t*
APPRENTICE GIRL FOR DRESSMAKING
wanted. 1013 I'olk st. .. se'J at*
"V\'"aNTED — GERMAN NURSE-GIRL.I APPLY
II at 1364 Postst. . -■■ , : 802 3t*
MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN TO ASSIST CARING
for sick person. 328 Golden Gate aye. se'J 3t*
SMALL GIRL TO MIND BABY AND ASSIST
0 with housework. . 631 Natoinast. se'J 2t* -
It' ANTED-W AND SKIRT FINISHERS;
II also talloress for finishing. PII.GEK'S dress-
making parlors. 14 Kearny St., upstairs. se'J 21*
\"OUNG GIRL — GENERAL HOUSEWORK;
X small family. 1924 Suiter st, se'J 'Jt*
\ 'OUNG GERMAN* GIKL TO DO COOKING AND
1 housework. Call at 1920 Washington st. 2t se'J*
A GIRL KOR GENERAL HUU SEWORK, 41 HILL
near Guerrcro.| - . ■ se'J 2t *
It ANTED.-AN UPSTAIRS GIRL IN A FAMILY
■ "I or threo (boy 7 years of age; ; one that speaks
German aim English. Relereuces |reiiulri'd. En-
quire at 24 18 Webster st. - -i --. ■-■ -■-■■. * st '-J:^
GIRL- fok Housework and to ASSIST
taking care of baliy. Apoly morniugs before 10
o'clock 510 Fillmore St., near Oak. ■ .scltf
: VA' ANTED— AX - EXPERIENCED -FEM A L E
- II glove-maker; light aud heavy work. Apply
MAKE HULL, Napa. ■-■■■■ - ? l _'sP_'. t __
tl IKL FOR HOUSEWORK. 1515 GOLDEN GATE
VI avenue. . . . ■■ au3o tf
1 ADIES-THE LADIES' TAILOR IS THE MOST
Xj simple, complete and accurate system or dress-
cutting; It Is the merchant tailors' square wtth a
complete set of curves, all in one piece. Call alter-
noon and evening, llu O'Farrell sir . cL^ au'J4 lit -
*.l ABELERS WANTED TO WORK ON FRUIT.
■J J Apply at FONTANA it CO.'S, cor.- Francisco and •
Taylorsts., North Beach.* •■ -A aus lmo .
>• . i.r. gEXF rrjfSTSB.
Cl gar i: I IiGER. COUNTRY' »AW-MILLS.
tS $3 a day and found : millwright. 60 and found ,
ship-carpenter, 60 and round ,11l, * 1 l ' , " , ''! r * P 7, a
logging 'truck in the woods $75 and fu uud ! bUiS_£
carpenter. $2 BO a day: 2 miners, $3 »*•„,„;!!&£
washer and drive back, MB and found ; 30 f .rt ..u
wood-choppers, tools and fare furnished: '»'•"'
road laborers. Humboldt County. $30 and round; 10
scraper-teamsters, $30 and found; 20 laborers, near
city. $1 75 a day; ordinary laborers, 92 a day. v..
R. HANSEN A Co., 1 ill Geary St. "
OIK TEAMSTERS. TO HANDLE GRAIN. COU.'-
-0 try, Sl 60 a day and found; 25 canal laborers.
$30aud round: 40 grape-pickers, *30 and found: iv
sand teamsters, city. $30 and fuund: scraper team-
sters, $1 75 a day. city. C. S. HANSEN * CO.. 110
Geary St. __r —
WAITER, COUNTRY HOTEL, *35 AND FREE
11 fare; waiter. Monterey, $35 and free fare: _
waiters, hotel, south, $30 and fare advanced; J
waiters, same conniry hotel, $35 and fare a <!-
vanced: 10 era iters, Sacramento, Modesto, Oak-
land, Marysvllle, $30 to $10: 10 waiters, city: ex-
tra waiters, cooks, dish-washers and kitchen-hands.
C. It. HANSEN ._ CO.. 110 Geary st. It -
1 nil TEAMSTERS. $35 AND FOUND: 209 LA-
-IUU borers. $2 25 a day: railroad work north.
For tickets apply to C. K. HANSEN A CO., 110
Geary st. ' ' '-
2 STABLEMEN, COUNTRY, $30: STABLEMAN,
city, $30: 2 plain carpenters, country. $2 50:
ox-teamster, $75; blacksmith, country, $3; horse-
shoer, country, $3: hotel porter, $20; hotel cook,
$70; camp cook, near city, »50: 4 boardlng-nouse
cooks, $35 and $40; 2 waiters, one hotel, $30: 3
hotel waiters, $35; 4 hotel waiters. $30; 4 dish-
was h e , «25 : It. T. WARD A CO., 610 Clay St. It
1 r. ."railroad MEN TO go TO WASHING-
iOU ton on Sunday's steamer; reduce.l fare; la-
borers. *2 25: roekmen, $2 50: axmen, $2 75; no
ontce fee. R. T. ward A CO.. 610 Clay st, It
l)li MEN FOR CANAL WORK, $1 15 PER DAY
_.U and boanl ; 25 scraper-teamsters. $30 per month
and board; 10 rock men. $35 and fouud, fare $2 25.
P.. T. WARD A CO.. 610 Clay st. It
rli MEN TO WORK ON VINEYARDS AND
tJVJ pick grapes. $30 per month and board: long
job, R. T. WARD A CO.. 010 Clay St. *U_
1 flfl MEN TO PICK GRACES, $25 IIJI: MONTH:
lUU 4 months' work. U. T. WARD A C 0. ,610
Clay st. v
1 A BOYS FOR RAISIN VINEYARD, $26 PER
IX) month and board; fare paid both ways if tbey
work 2 months. K. T. WARD A Ci .6 1 0 Clay St. lt
T\* an run smi. 1. 1 FOR si i.v ORE. MUST
li understand water-jacket furnace: 2 8-horse
teamsters fur railroad, big plow, *40; men to hold
plow, $10; 10 4-horse scraper-teamsters, $35; 40
men to work on ditch, $30: furnace men, $60;
laborers about a mine. $30: farmer and wife, $..0;
2 farmers, same ranch, $30: grape-pickers. $20;
man about private place, $10: English or German
boy for private family, $15: couk for Arizona, $70;
cook for country hotel, $60; hotel cook, near city,
$15; cook for small restaurant, $30; cook for
saloon. $8 a week; rancu cook. $25; restau-
rant waiters. $40; 2 waiters, $10 a week: 2 buys
about kitchen, $10, and errand-buy, $3 50 a week, at
W. D. EWFJK A GO'S.. 020 Clay st. ■ It
It' ANTED— S LABOR NO MEN OR CITY : GOOD
II job; $2 a day. XV. 1). EWER A- CO.. 620 Clay, It
WANTED— FOREMAN FOR FACTORY, $2 25
li day: German butcher fur country, $10 to $45
and board; 2 young men to learn house painting; 2
carpenters for saw-mill, $00 aud board; stablemen,
$30 and fib ami found; bench hands. $3 50 day;
scraper-teamsters, $1 75; laborers, $2 day; 0 labor-
ers about mill and woods, $30 and tuur.d: screw-ten-
der. $40 and found; swampers. $10 and found; Ital-
ian laborers for saw-mill, $2 day: 20 laborers, city
and country, $2 day: 8 wood choppers, $2 cord, and
others. Apply to J. Y. CROSETT A CO., 628 Sacra-
Us ANTED— COOK, SMALL HOTEL. CITY, $10;
ll 2 boarding-house cooks, $40: second cook, res-
taurant, cltv, *30 and found: third cook, $10 a
week: 6 waiters, hotels and restaurants, $25, $30
and $35: vegetable man, restaurant, $25; Kitchen
man for institution, city, $2 > andfouud; bed-maker,
hotel, city. $20; dish-washers, hotels and restaur-
ants, $15. $20 ami $25, and others. Apply to J. F.
CKOSE ■ ._ CO., 028 Sacramento st. It
iir ANTED— II GOOD QUARTZ MINERS; $2 50
11 day; no strike: 4 laborers fur mine, $50. Apply
to ,1. F. CKOSETT A CO.. 028 sacrameuto St. It
(V BROWN (COOK), PLEASE CALL AT ONCE.
vj. J. F. CKOSETT A CO.. 626 Sacramento St.. lt
U'ANiED-4 FRENCH WAITERS FOR REST-
•I aurant, $10; 6 waiters for small restaurants,
$30; German waiter, $ :0: -1 waiters for buarding-
houses, $30 to $35: pot-washer, $25: vegetable-
man, $25 to $30: 3 dish-washers, $15, $20 aud $25;
young man to work ln baker-shop, hotel, city, $20
and found: book, $40; cook for camping party, $40:
third cook, $35. Call at DELORME A ANDRE'S,
320 Sutter st, lt_
IV ANTED— JOBBING GARDENER, CITY. $30;
11 man to milk cows, take care of horses, etc., on
a small ranch, $25; butler, city, $40: indoor serv-
ant, $30; Frenchman to work in a liquor-store, $25
to $0: young man to assist in baker-stop, hotel,
$20 and found: dish-washer, country hotel. $25;
pantryman. $25: driver for laundry, commission,
etc., at DELORME A- ANDRE'S, 320 Sutter St. lt
1 PANTRYMAN, STEADY JOB: BLACKSMITH.
X country shop, J. li. Mill AN, 622 Clay st. It*
lir ANTED— OB UNION PACIFIC EXTENSION
il from Portland, Oregon, roekmen. laborers aud
teamsters and teams at ouce. Apply to HOWE A
king, 737 Market St., Room 5, upstairs, se3 7t*
IJOY TO LEARN PRINTING BUSINESS; LOW
I) wages. "Type," Box 10, this office. se3 31*
lA,' A NT ED— A FIRST-CLASS CARRIAGE
II painter, striper. Tarnisher and thorough work-
man; top wages; steady work. Apply M. P. Hen-
DERSON A son, Stockton. Cal. se3 eod3t
JAPANESE SCHOOL-BOY FOR SAN MATEO-
Apply D. BROMFIELD. Room 7911;, R. R. Build-
ing. Fourth ami Townsend sts, " se3 3t*
SHOEMAKER WANTED ON REPAIRS. 523 LA-
O guua st. se3 St*
(-ILKRKS SEEKING POSITIONS AS SALESMEN",
vj salesladies, copyist-, book-keepers, stenographers
obtain them. Clerks' Bureau.3os Kearny, Riu.l. s'J 2*
MART EKRAND-BOY. 208 DRUMM STREET,
STRONG, active: ERRAND-BOY Wanted AT
SULLIVAN'S, 120 Kearnyst. It*
WANTED — SMALL BOY. APPLY 134 MAIN
■ I st„ lop flour, It*
U' ATI ERS AND DISH-WASHERS WANTED.
1040 Market St.. opposite Panorama. lt*
ANTED— PRESS-BOY! GOODWIN A TAYLOR.
li 9 Geary st. It*
DIE REAMERS WANTED. APPLY CALIFOK-
nItt Wire Works, 332 Bay st seg Ht
BOX ABOUT 18: DRIVE MILK WAGON.- CALL
after 9, 1522 Turk st, It*
VI RST- CLASS BARBER IMMEDIATELY,
X steady, at 107' rj Fifth St. It*
pOOD BARBER; WEDNESDAY, SATURDAY
11 and Sunday: 15c shop. 804 Folsom st. It* .
OOD BARBER, SATURDAY AND SUNDAY.
1 73 7*>*t Market st. It*
BARBER WANTED ; Vol NG MAN WITH SIX
months' experience. 637 Mission St. ll*
AKBmTTsTEADY WORK. 152 THIRD ST.
1 | it*
BARBER WANTED: STEADY WORK. COX.
il Twenty-fourth and Church sts. se3 3t*
lj) ARBER WANTED. 719 MONTGOMERY AYE
BARBEK WANTED. 315 STOCKTON STREET.
BARBER ANTED. 2259 MISSION ST.. NEAR
GOOD WAITER FOR COFFEE-HOUSE 612
Kearny st. lt»
TAILOR AT COAT-MAKING AND BUSHELING.
1 514 Bust St. .. It*
SECOND COOK WANTED. 290 EAST ST., NEAR
Folsoiu. ■ - ■■ ■ - It*
GOOD WOOD-TURNER. APPLY J. HAMMOND
A CO.. 227 Fremont St. It*
YOUNG MAN*. DO SOME COOKING, MILK AND
make himself useful; $20. Address "Country,"
Box 108. Call Branch ohice, . It*
GOOD COAT-MAKER TO WOKK IN STORE
l 210 Grant live, It*
IJOY TO BLACK 800 IS; WAGES $7 PER WEEK
1) 250 Ellis St. It* '
ft OOD LUNCH WAITER AT GEM KESTAIR-
' ' ant. 1420 Howard st. . It*
L'IRST-CLASS TAILOR. APPLY TO A. IL
J ZINNAMQN. 114 Eddyst. se3 2t*
OUNG MAN ACQUAINTED WITH CARE OF
X horses: able to drive wagou. Apply J. SANDERS,
cor. Sixteenth and Utah sts. ... . It*
GOOD. STRONG BOY _ AS DISH- WASHER.
Arion Hall. Kearny and Sutter sis. It*
L'IRST-CLASS" WAITER AT COFFER-HOUSE
£18 Eddy st. It* -
I 'OY TO LEARN THE PLUMBING TRADE. AP-
I ) ply 1380 Market sr. It*
TNTIGHT COOK. CALL 1111 MARKET ST. AT
■Ll 3 P. M. It*
L'RRAND BOY WANTED AT 734 MONTGOMERY
-Hi St., Room 1. lt*
T.IOURTH HAND ON BREAD. CLARKE'S
J? Bakery, 612 Kearnyst. lt*
ANTED-WAITERS, $30. HOTELGAZETTE
II 420 Kearny St. . It
pUOII STRONG BOY FOR CANDY MANU.
VJ factory. 912 Folsom St. - ■ ■ lt*
Uf ANTED-A BUTCHER, WHO UNDERSTANDS
the handling of pork, 486 Eighth st. 1 3t*
"I'OUNG MAN, RESPECTABLE PARENTS.
I learn barber trade. 527 3lontgomerynve. sl 3*
P.U-EK HANGER, (LEAN WORK AN, " $";. ~A
J. day. 1600 Van Ness aye. It*
OY WANTED; REFERENCE REQUIRED. 311 '
Natoma st. lt*
UOOTBLACK WANTED. 1308 MARKET ST.
L'IRST-CLASS PAINTERS: ALSO GOOD PAPER-
J. banger, with tools: 7 o'clock. 826 Ellis st. It*
0 FIRST-CLASS PAPER-HANGERS AT 307
— Montgomery aye. . It* j .
IV ANTED - FIRST - CLASS RESTAURANT
ii waiter: good wages, 7 Stockton st. lt*
TAll. OR: VEST-MAKER TO WORK INSIDE.
,7 Fourth st. It*
rpHE NF.W PENSION LAW-ATTENTION", SOL-
X dlers and sail. .rs— Not necessary to prove up from
comrades, only present disability; no fee In ad- :
vance; widows of soldiersand sailors are all entitled
ton pension; claims prosecuted with prompttr-ss and •
dispatch by M. HARRIS, autnorlzed United States
Pension Attorney. 14 Geary st., San Francisco, lt* ■
PLUMBER AND JOBBER. 134 FIFTH ST.;.
X early. . . ■ ... It*
A' OUNG- MAN WITH SOME KNOWLEDGE OF
I painting. Apply sE. cur. Ellis and Webster, It*
CL/ ANTED— BOT TO DRIVE BUTCHER CART.
II Olio. Market. 1573 Market St. _____ _ It* '
W AN I KD-A BOY, WHO HAS BEEN AT BRASS .
11 finishing for about a year. Apply 120 Maln.lt*
BOY WANTED. APPLY, AFTER 0 A. M., 9
Geary SL. Room 2. - - It*
GOOD YOUNG MAN FOR CAN VASSING. WALK-
I UP A CO., Map printers. 530 Commercial st. ltf
ARlilJli sllol' IN COUNTRY FOR SALE. AD-
dress 104 O'Farrell st, se3 3t»
WANTED— GOOD CAN VASSERS; SALARY AND
ll commission to the right patties. Apply bet. 8
and 0:30 and 5 and 0 o'clock, Singer Manufacturing
Coin pa ii 22 Post St. - se'J 3t
WANTED— STEADY, SOBER BARBER;
11 none her. : good local lun. Imjulro NE. cor-
ner Castro and Twenty-fourth sts. - - se'J ___•
/'RAND OPENING FOR GOOD BARBER; NO J
I l shop within li blocks; rent SIOJ - WILLAKD W.r
PIKE. Sherman st. and Central aye.. Alameda. 2 3* :
II ANTED— IS GOOD LABORERS; WAGES $1 75
ii per day; board $150 per week. Apply to C.
ROBINSON, Tidal Canal, Alameda, gg B e 2 Jit '
BOY WANTED IN THECITY TO LEARN THE
drug business; I one living with parents and •
speaking French preferred, j Address a. W.. Box
109, Call I ranch Ofhee. - • ■ ■ Jse23t*
AN i ED— BASTERS AN Dr. PKESSERS ON
ready-made coats, r - '- .-, th st. - se'J St*
BOY ABOUT i. FOR tIKOCKRY: NO KXPERI- J
ence necessary. t 400 Ninth st. cor. Harri-
son. -:■•■■■'*- '■* * .-• .' ■- ---J -.-"■*?- ■■ **..-.*.:- ■ ■■se22t*' ■
-It ANTED-A BOY TO STRIP TOBACCO. 259 '■
ll Octavia st. ■,■■,-■.■'•■"•'. acast*
'_ .-"' .'HELP WAN -*El>— <;<>NTIXITI.I>.
WANTED— AN EXTRA FINE WORKMAN ON
11 caudles; counter goods. TOWNSEND'S, 627
Market st. : se2 2t
11 if ANTED A BOOK-BINDER: ONE 1. i.v, UV-
It derstands finishing; fur the country. Apply in
the HICKS-JUDD COMPANY. 23 First st. »._ J, J
OYS WANTED TO SELL FLAGS; CAN Trurii-
from $5 to $10 a day. Call at 839 Maiket.spi !••'
OR SALE— ISc BARBER-SHOP IN COCvFFT"
Apply Call Branch Olhce. se2 9t« '
WANTED — FIRST CLASS WOOD-CARVEtt"
II 36 Bluxome St., top floor. aiijjrj .( '
r ANTED-2 LIVE -MEN TO SELL SiJwR7
machines. 1308 Market St. aujji 7.
Tl' ANTED- MEN FOR SINGLE FURNISHES
11 rooms: $1 a week: 25c a night. Bleho HouJ_T
MS^fc Market St., opposite Baldwin, aicj. •_•„, '
BARBER-SHOPS FOR SALE— IN THE CIT?
D and country. Apply to J. 11. FRANK, 13 is,,*,
St., Room 5. ati-ji tf'
.-(Kill SALESMAN; SALARY ANDCOJIMI-
VI slon paid to right party. Apply 11168 Market s'
bet, hours of 8 a nd 9 a. m. and 5 and 6 r. m. aulg if
A N ACTIVE MAN TO TAKE AGEN CI
JA Eastern house: no experience necessary !■ 1?
COLLIER A CO.. IPS Murphy It. .|_. ailllit'
Ul ANTED — GOOD CANVASSERS. AW)7l'«
I* A. li.. Box 46. this office. au-i.f
tar ANTED— FIRST-CLASS ADVERTISI:
ii licitor: must be or good appearance we] a-
quainteil and have good references; a first-class ml
sition to the right man. Address X. L., Box 47 t-ii,
11' ANTED — GOOD ENERGETIC Man" sTT
ii Montgomery at., cor. Commercial, npstalrs. $__
BARBERS' SITUATIONS PROMPTLY FlLf ED
Busses. Apply ur address 13 Mason, J. FRANK tf
PENSIONS— LAW JUST PASS:- l)~w vTT
X all widows and disabled soldier! and sailors »
pension; no evidence to furnish, no discharge na.
pers required ; advice free: no advance expense 0.
fee. Authorized registered U.S. pension attoi .'i
years' experience), CAPT. J.H. SIIEPARD 319 puJ
St.. adjolu'g Pension OlHee, San Francisco. Cal. 1,1 %m
CEAMEN AND ORDINARY SEAMEN WANTEn
0 Shipping Agency. 311 Pacific st, ; jyig ;)l ,*,
MEN FOR SINGLE FURNISHED R()ilvN~7_r:
per night. Llndell House. Sixth anil lioward.B..
A 100.000 MEN WANTED TO LOAN M,iv.-
. on all articles at low rates; sua.uo deal no
UNCLE JACOBS, 613 Pacific st, aul lr*
ll' ANTED-MEN OF LIMITED MEANS PU_E
ii chase a merchant tailor-made spring suit for
$15: merchant tailors' price, $30. ORIGINAL
MISFIT CLOTHING PARLORS* corner '•"»'-'
Dupont streets. Ji
YfHSS°I '• ORDINARY SEAMEN
ii at 313 lacific, jaldtt
XV' ANTED-A YOUNG MAN OP GOOD APPEAR-'
i,,,,,,"""' "' l'" r '' l > a ' , > a merchant tailor. three.
button cutaway suit, latest spring style, for 416 50-
-ci e « r ,'rm t N, tall a ,, , r '^ * 15 * okiJi.n'al SISFIT
streets PARLORS, corner Post and Dupout
IV M"-""; 5 ,""^- HOWARD AN!) THIRD-"
ii basement. Bee Hive, toe »« tree ■)■""« cooked no
lunch. wi:h hceriirv,-',,..;, ,■... open ,iav A night., tt
/'ARD TO TRAVELING M E^~XMnvtTENTi_I
Vj We want an the good agents and traveling meu
we can get to represent this Western Accident Com-
jiany; they can make more money working lor us
than at any other legitimate business theycau en-
gage in: we also want one good business man In
each state to take charge of the entire state (spe-
cia) arrangements will be made with such persons) •
correspondence soil, ited from all agents or those
desirous of becoming agents: this Is a big thing
and it will pay you to iuvestigate It. Address D. V
DIAMOND, Secretary of Salt Lake Fraternal anii
Mutual Accident Insurance Company, 63 West Sec-
ond South st„ Salt Lake City, I'tih a- ' -
MAN OF GOOD AD.TJUs- ... ... ,. , T
lli to take orders for a grand, new and popular
work of deep interest to all classes; something ont
of the ordinary; fascinating, instructive and 01 real
value; sales enormous. Apply to the ills'. Com-
pa ny, 723 Market sL auito 7t
AGENTS— SIREET MEN AND BOYS TO H.V_
die variety of souvenir badges: big money for
all. SLOAN, 1135 Market. au'29 J:
STANLEY'S OWN BOOK: THE TITLE IS. -Tn"
O Darkest Africa;" all others are frauds; pro-ir
furnished, aud agents wanted hy A. L. BANCROFT
A- CO., 132 Fust St., Sau Francisco. jel7 tf
MARK TWAIN'S~NEWBboK, "A CONNECT!-"
cut Yankee ln King Arthur's Court," a keen aal
powerful satire on Euglish nobility and royalty,
immense sales; big profits. Apply quickly forter nt
and territory to A L. BANCROFT a CO.. 1.12 Pais
St.. San Fran, liol.t t(
• — ntaOXVKB WAHTr.JD.
LANG* CO., 907 MISSION ST., PAY THE HIGH
est cash price for furniture, carpets, etc. alotf
ALWAYS SELL YOUR FURNITURE CARPETS,
etc., to MARK. LEVY, Room 90, Murphy
Building, aud receive extra money. ap'J'J tt
OAK * CO., 7*B MISSION ST., PAY CASHITiTt
furuiture, carpets, stoves or anything: stoves
repaired and made equal to new. jyl 7 tf
A LARGE QUANTITY OF SECOND-HAND Ftll_-
niture wanted; 20 per ceut paid more than el* *•
where. MALONE, 31 Fourth SL; new store in,..:
M CCABE, 128 FOURTH ST., PAYS THE HlGH-
est price for furniture, stoves, ranges, car;.--
*\| J. SIMMONS i CO., AUCTIONEERS, WILL
ill . buy your luruiture, nanus and books. 10a.
Marketst. ap9 tf
STANDARD FURNITURE COMPANY WILL
buy your furniture for -cash or exchange u-*iv
furniture for old. 1045 Market st. aplg bin
ALL SECOND-HAND FURNITURE AND i __£
pets bought ,. large or small lots; call or seal
postal. ROSENTHAL. 110 FuurthsL noil U
TA LUNDY. 829 MARKET ST., PAYS 111. ,111. 51
I XJ . price for second-hand furniture. apj tf
Y~~'~OC CAN GET M"XI. MONEY" FOR YOl i: SEtT
Olid-hand furniture from J. NOONAN A CO..
JO'Jl Mission st. it. sum, than elsewhere) tall tf
~ PARTNERS WASTED.
■il'Je^il PARTNER: BEST CHANCE IN CITY.
p—QXI. 01 ii Montgomery St.. Room 12. se'J 3;
" rooms YV.INIED
TcanTem nicely fuTTnisheTTTlooms
ii for bousekeeping; boundaries, California st. to
Post, Powell to Leavenworth. Address E. C, Box
108, Call Branch Office, It*
U- AN TED -In* RESPECTABLE, MIDDLE-AGED
lady, 2 unfurnished rooms with ever, con-
venience: parties owning their owu house preferred :
rent not to exceed $10; Mission warm belt pre-
ferred. Address Permanent, Box 158, Call itratirh
Oflice. ■_ s__2t»_
ONE ROOM FOR MAN AND CAREFUL '11:
years old: French family preferred: near Fourth
and Fifth and Market. Apply TONY, Sb Bluxome
St.. too floor, bet. 7 a. m. and 5 c it. s.-l 7:
ffi^i.rifT JHOUsF"AND~LOT IVAN lED. «1 1
t_r_-iUUU. lard. Box 156, Call Branch. se2 it
M.ME. WALDOW COHEN, TEACHER OK PlANO-
furte and singing. 1215 Clay. au!9 Wei i a tf
VOCAL LESSONS. APPLY DAILY, 1 TO 3 P. M..
1 330 Sutter st. PROF. OGILVIE, aui.6 lm
PROFESSOR GUSTAV A. SCOTT, PIANO AND
orgau, removed to 1115 Van Ness aye. auio tf
PROF. H. W. OPPERMAN, TEACHER OF
. zither. 1017 F'olsom St.. bet. Sixth and Seveuth. tf
TTiRENCH LESSONS GIVEN AT 1011 CLAY ST.:
I'RENCH1 'RENCH LESSONS GIVEN AT 1011 CLAY ST..
apply bet. 9 and 12 m. Jy2s tf
GRAND FREE ART EXHIBITION DAILY. ST
Ann's Building. Room 103, jy-'O Om
Til ANDOLIN AND VIOLIN: ITALIAN METHOD.
lit Prof.S.ADELSTEIN.H'.isIe Studio, 1009 sutter st
OAKLAND SEMINARY, 528 ELEVENTH ST.
Oakland; lor boarding and da) pupils; tbe sum-
mer term will open Monday, -lull' 28, 1890. MRS.
M.-X. BLAKE. Trluclpal. jyl 3m
OAKLAND CLASSICAL AND MILITARY ACAD-
emy, a select school for hoys, will reopen at 1020
oak st., Oakland. July 18, IS9O. Colouel W. H.
O'BRIEN, Superintendent. Jyl 3m_
TELEGRAPHY AND RAILROADING; 640 CLAY;
refer to our operators now la offices. je'JO Om
Y. SCHOOL OF ORATORY-ALL BRANCHES
. of elocution taught- GUY DUKRELL. 627 Post.
SCHOOLOF CIVIL, MINING AND MECHANICAL
Engineering, Surveying. Architecture, Drawing,
Assaying. a. van PER Na111en,723 Mark'r. am
BALD'S BUSIINESS COLLEGE 24 POST ST
Double-entry book keeping, penmanship, short-
hand, writing, telegraphy, etc., all included!,!
business course under one tee of $75. jeiOtf
F acific 'business' college 320 ran
Life scholarship. S7Si day anu evening- oc'Jii:?
Mrs. Roberts, 859 Mission st. ; baths and massage
dally 10 to 10. sen 7t»
ROSE CLEVELAND AND ASSISTANT. 865 Vb
. Market, Koom 12, 01 I' Bald— la HoteL se'J St*
MABEL AVER, YOUNG HEALER— MASSAGE
124 Sixth St.. Room 31. au29 7t
A DELE KENT, WITH MRS. ROBERTS; BATHS
_r\ and massage. 859 Mi.-: n, 10 tv 10. au'JS 7t*
a* ISS ANDERSON, BATHS. MASSAGE AND
i»l Swedish movement. 1 Fifth St.. Room 2. aim-
OSE IUrJI.AUONi BEST MASSAGE 917 MAR-
ket Parlors 3 and 4. tmv'Jl tf
... . _ _ — -
OST— JF RUM I llf. GOLDEN F_AHE~_Hma.
on August 21st; brown water spaniel; veil
eyes, white on breast; reward $5. sell 31"
SORREL MARE. APPLY 201 TWENTY-THIRD
street, sc3 3t*
DARK GRAY OVERCOAT ON SAN* BRUNO
road hist Sunday. Reward paid on reluming
same to 525 Fourth st. « It*
I OS'F^A GOLD BRACELET WITH LOCKET
J attached, on Monday evening. Finder please
return to 728 Grove st. ami receive reward. - It*
LEFT IN A SALOON. AUGUST 23. A SAIL.
J or's bag, wltn name printed thereon. . Finder
will please address 11. A,. Box 110. Call Branch.:.,*
T OST-A PASS-BOOK WITH THE HIBERNIA
Savings and Loan Society of sau Francisco, In
the name of HUGH DUFFY, No. 89.475. The
finder will please return to bank. so'J M*
T OST— AUGUST 31. ON SIXTH ST.. A GOLD
it chain bracelet. Return to 393 Sixth st. and re-
celve liberal reward. se2 -Jf
ffl.ci- REWARD OFFERED FOR THE DETEC-
—i) lion aid conviction of the parties who took
from Grace Church 5 barrels of cement and a lot of
tools; also broke Into the tuuU-hest at the HlUernla
Bank Building: above reward paid at my office. 19
Montgomery st. GEO. D. NAGLE. seJ St
I OST— A GOLD BRACELET. SUNDAY. AUGUST
J Slst, at Shell Mound Park. A liberal reward
will he paid it returned to .1. U. BROWNING. 213
Mission st. se'J 31*
rilll iS S. 1. COLLATERAL LOAN BANK, 5 38
X Kearny st., lends money at 2 per cent per mouth
on watches, diamonds and jewelry.- ■ 18 tim
J - FOUXI),
FOUND-ACGIST 30th; A PASS-BOOK OF TIIE
Hibernia Saving Bank In the name of .lames P.
Rouruazos. Apply 17 Sherwood place, beL Missiou
and Howard sts., downstairs. It*
L'OUND-$2O IN GOLD lit PURCHASING A
A merchant tailor-made dress suit for $20; mer-
chant tailors' price. $40. ORIGINAL MISFIT
CLOTHING PAKLOKS, corner Post and Dupont
streets. .-.-., . ' - - -
| rAKTA|SK^ I p^j; 0 - ICES _^^.y„.;,.
\T~OT ICE TnON~^^OFART N K -
li ship— Notice Is hereby given that the co-part-
nership heretofore existing between JOHN F.
SEIKE and ADAM MILLER In the carrying on and
conducting that certain I hotel on the coruer of
Broadway and Montgomery sts., lv the City and
County of San Francisco, and which is designated
aud known as the Gulden Eagle Hotel, bas been uls-
solved by mutual consent, said SEIKE withdrawing
from.said business (and said MILLER continuing
therein and assuming all the debts and liabilities of
said linn: that said SIJIKE will not from this ;■_•-. ',
day of August, 1890. henceforth be responsible for
any obligation Incurred by said MILLER or auy one
else by reason of said ' business or copartnership,
JOHN F. SEIKE v .*.';-: »u3O 7f.