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THE MORNING CALL
Vat a larger circulation than any othei
i:i-mm>«!xi |>übH»hed In San Francisco.
IM-.1.H I OFFICE:
t" 1 ; Montsomcry street, near Clay, open mitll It
'..lorl r." m. HKANOH OFFICES: 710 Market
itrcrt.ncar Keirny, open until 12 o*doek midnight;
}:-( Hayes street, open until 8:30 o'clock: 803
lsiki.. street, open until V-M Clock, and 231S
k.ls.-.»ii .in;ct. open until 9 o'clock p. v.
si BSI KIFTION RATES:
TAII.Y i ait i Including Snndiys), >« per yearhy
irsil, postpaid! I" cents per week, or 63 rents nor
.;<i.<..] month through carriers. DAILY CALL, five
ccpiu Ihree months. *8 25. SUNDAY CALL (twelve
1*,..- ,«1 50 per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL
w.il WEEKLY CALL *2 50 per year, postpaid.
ViUhll CALL (eißht pages). H M pet year, po.it
li..u. nuts of ten (sent to one addrtM), *lv.
SrECIAX, >Oli(i; i.i,: TIIK SUMMKR
MONTHS,
Subscribers who Intend going to the country ilur
ii c toe Bummer months can ban Til X DAILY CALL
n::<iled to thenj for a week or lui^er at regal sub-
rlptlon rates, 15c per week, (i.vc or.ler to carrier
» ; mhi to business . HBce.
AVCTHOi SAl.liS TII.DAT.
FtKNiTiKE.— l!y M. J. Simmons, at 1057 Market
M.. at 11 o clock.
hi i:mii hi:. — Gco. F. Lamsou, at 613 Haijrbt
ft., at 11 o'clock.
Chairs.— By Kiln. S. Spear .'. Co., at 3larket and
Uguth its., at 11 o'clock.
Wl A'llli i: PKKI.ICJ IONS.
SIUN'AL SKIIVKE, V. S. ARMY.I
l.n rsio.N OF ■ Hi hi. '
£,»n ii: isco. September 81. : ■•*O. f
6 i*. >.. l*a< .:. tune. j
Synopsis far the Pa»l Two .ty-folir Hours.
Thft haroineter is highest InKistern Waslllnfrtoo
andJowestlQ Soalbeastem California; :',■■ temper*
i.rr bis generally nsaii In all districts, eicept a
fall along the California coast; the weather has
Iweu lair.
Forecast Till 8 P. M. Monday.
Vor Sorthi m i illfornla— Fair weather; winds
cent Tally westerly; biatlonary temp ratnre, except
cvoler in Ibe Saeranjento Valley ..ml sau joaciuiu
V.illcy. ami w;irni«*r at Kureka,
For Soutbcrn California — Fair weather; winds
generally westerly; . ... ■ i. -r in the western portion;
stationary temperature in thu eastern p. .r;iun.
Fiir Oregon— Fair we&tb i HinU-ipenerally north
erly; nearly stationary tempera! ; cooler in trie
western portion.
For Washington— Fair -weather; winds generally
northerly: stationary temperature except cooler at
r'urt Canby aiid lHyii'.pia, and wanner at Spokane
Falls.
lor Western Nevada-Fair weather, except limit
rain a: Carson city; winds generally nortberly;
nearly lunarj temperature.
John I*. Fini.ky,
Lieutenant Signal Corps (In cbarjje).
THE (ALL'S CALENDAR.
BKPTKMBKK, 1890.
Mi. M.I T. |w. ITS. F. jS. | Moon's Phases. j
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! n i i last Vujirtcr.
71 Bj 9, 10 I 11 [12 ]13 .
I i t I i fiSt Sept. 13th.
Ujis| 1H it! IS 119 I '.'o %3 Ken- Moon.
Zll 33 1 23 1241 25 | -■'■• 27 — . Sept. fist.
1 1 j j v j Ins: Quarter
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: ; I j tgj Full Mom.
aiUXUAI SEPTEMBEH -■•, 13U0
NOTICE!
Any of our patrons who fail to find
THE MORNING CALL for sale by
1 rain-boys will confer a favor by noti-
fying this office of the fact, naming the
date and train.
FEELING ITS WAY.
A morning c ntenioorary, which i= some
.ll i ( us ih>- Y.-:eran Boodler, is
: _ - ■ . loan. The
'. i teran, with a caution born of many
. fights on similar lines, pots forward a
number of ■ itors « Im) .ire pri perty
rs and tax-payers as the real parties
■ -■ ting the bi nd-miU in moti in.
-: „- iiuptii i) is that the city ran b r
at -' . 2 per cent. The sec
. id a tion ia that a Board of Public
\V< rk>, to be elected or appointed, would ex
pend this sum '"widely and prudently." The
an iu-.-U is not nim-li in favor of the
t, bat it kindly states the views of its
i [respondents. It is "wisely and pru
" i.-i line its way. It i.s undcrsti Qd to
d . te for Mayor wlio, if elected,
way to settiug the bond-mill
: uion.
The Call is rather pleased than other
wise that this proposition should be made.
AYe nave been desirous for some time of a
test vote on this bond-mill question which
would show whether or not the property
holders of San Francisco want to have their
property covered oy a public mortgage. The
constitution provides a way for such a test,
Before a bond can be issued the bond pro
position must receive a two-thirds affirma
tive vote. Between electio the Veteran
and two or three Junior members of the
brodier ii: iii are constantly complaining that
the present tax rate does not furnish money
enough to go round. Pasturage is repre
sented a- short for the lambs. To emphasize
this complaint an instance will be given of
the inability of a certain department to do
souiHihing which every admits ought to
bed I; . There will be a deficiency in the
School Department or in the Fire Depart
ment which really cripples these branches of
t!i ■ public service. Nothing will be said of the
thousands of do'.lurs that have been squan
dered, bat much of the hundreds that are
not available for useful purposes. The Vet
eran says that ten millions could be spent to
good advantage Id the public improvement
of the city and adds that "the burden of
payment wouM lie so light as to bo hardly
ptible." In other words the debt will
amost pay itself. The public mortgage on
cur property will be lifted by some g-.oil
niuj such as appears in the last act of
dramas to cancel indebtedness that has
n:ade all the go -d people in the play un
happy during the first four acts aud a half
of the fifth. On the stage the good genius
never fails to put iv an appearance at tho
Draper time, but in real life it is not to be
depended upon. It does not always show
up when the crUis reaches its last stage.
Under cr.ir present State Constitution
bonds can only be issued for twenty veins.
Interest on tli!9 whole and one-twentieth of
t c principal must be paid annually from
the i-sne of the bonds. Thus it would be
neees ary to Impose a tax le\y the second
year after tbe bonds are issued to meet the
interest on the full amount of $10,000,000
and to provide for the payment of one
twentieth of 510,000,000. The Interest would
li $250,000 and the principal failing due
w ul'i be $900,000. This would add £7jO.(Kxi
a year to the necessary expenditures of the
V'Tiinient. I'ossihly this is a burden
which would be hardly felt. At all events
the puulic have a ri^lit to try this experi
ment.
AMKKICAN ii:. l«l. ABROtll.
Excepting the articles of sugar. ti;a and
coffee tiie bulk of our Imports are in tlie
form of finished goods, which we would
make in this country if they could not De
Imported at loss than the homo cost. The
McKinley Tariff Hill imposes a rate of du
ties on these finished goods which win make
the cost of the foreign product greater than
the cost of the home product. It is this [acl
which disturbs the manufacturers of En
gland, France, Germany and Austria. The
statesmen of these countries have lor some
' ■■■■.- been at work on some plan of retalia
tion. As yet insurmountable obstacles nave
ojposrd the execution of any plan proposed.
The real trouble with these European
statesmen Is that they do not perceive that
the United States can do without Europe
letter than Europe can do without the
United Stales. The industries of all Europe
would be paralyzed without American cot
ton. Toe cost of their labor would be ma
terially increased if a duty should be laid
upon American breadstuff*. If trade be
tween European countries and the United
States should be suspended the American
people would easily supply their wants
from the products of their own mills. In
most cases the difference between the best
of European goods and the bost of Ameri
can is in the way of finish. If the foreign
goods should be .shut out the art that makes
them preferable would be acquired at home.
Europe does not supply us with tea, coffee.
dy<\stuffs, or other articles we are compelled
to import. But we do supply Europe with
raw. material which she cannot readily set
vhere. An Interruption of trade rela
tii m between the United St;ites aud Eu
rope would, in the end, be a benefit to this
country. We should soon consume cur raw
material at home. The demand for American
goods to take tbe place of European would
Set our iille people at work. We might
i;r..u a little less COtl n, but we would con
vert more iir.o finished goods. We mi- ; ' 1
produce less wheat and meat, but what we
should produce would find a market among
the workers in iat own mills. It is, per
haps as well for Europe not to conspire
against America. H Europe .n nations com
bine against us we will combine against
them. It is doubtful if they can inflict
anon us even temporary injury. While the
balance of tradt) may bn one year With an
other in our favor, it is in a commercial
sense of an unprofitable character. No na
tion ever profited by selling raw material
and Importing finished goods. The pros
perity we have enjoyed is due largely to our
manufacturing iniu^tries. On the other
band, it is »<»t wi*e for i nation to cutoff its
h me supply of r:n\- material. The nation
i- the most truly Independent which pro
d ■ 9 the raw material and converts it hnu
the finished pro I net.
PIIGET sol M>.
In the September number of the Overland
Mr. John S. liitiell has an important article
on a subject which is of considerable interest
i.. i i iroi uians the growth of Puget Sound.
It is no secret that for three or lour years
th western Washington has absorbed (he
bulk of the immigration which would, but
for its uttractious, have settled In this State.
The growth of the northwestern corner of
Hi., new State h is been even more rapid than
that of our southern counties ; it is reckoned
at 140 per cent for the year ending June,
l£9o, and the new settlers in Washington are
staying where they first located.
Tl c seer ol the growtli of this new coun
try, ami of its rival cities, Seattle and Ta
.iii.ii, is to be found in its nalural res urces,
It ■- nut a fine agricultural country, nor a
fruit country. The soil is generally gravelly,
lint its facilities for a system of iuland
navigation are unequaled elsewhere on the
globe, and it lias the largest known body of
timber in the world. Of the former some
Idea may be formed from the fact that in a
tractor land 200 miles loag by 150 miles wi.le
it lias 1700 miles of shoreline, 300 miles of
inlet, « ith deep water, and an average
widili of three miles, 1000 miles of safe
aiichcr.i^e, and 360 miles square on fifty
islands the largest of which is thirty-five
miles li iig and three miles wide. The climate
of thi.> region is similar to that il Great
Britain. It has mild winters and not very
hot miners. Its average rain-fall is fifty
inches. Add to it ■> timber its coal resources,
which are bs yet undeveloped, and its i-x
--baintlcss fisheries ol cod, halibut, salmon
and herring, and it is easily Been why young
men from the East have chosen it as their
new home in preference to California. There
i- no such archipelago anywhere in the
word.
'1 lie future of this region is thoroughly
appreciated by the owners of the northern
railroads. The C madian
1' c i fie is about to build to Whatcoin, op
posite Victoria, on Vancouver Island, and
ting for a Line runnins south from that
p int. Both the N rthern and the Union
I : are building branches or extensions
to conned their main lines with Seattle and
Tacom i. Whnt the S mthern V:\ -iii ■ is doing
is not so well known, but rumor has it that
the hue of t lie Oreg* n and C ilifornia will be
extendi-d north from Portland to Puget
I with branches to the coal fields. The
extension will be necessary to preserve to
California its trade with the Sound, and it
is probable that it will be prosecuted with
out delay.
Mr. Hittell draws an unpleasant contrast
between thi fertile country which is drained
by the Columbia, and wliieli will iia
i i t.rv td Puget Sound, and tim barren
alkali plains oi Nevada and CJtaii and the
aiiJ deserts uf Arizona, which constitute
the back country of San Fra ci ■■> outside
of the State. A^ in this, it may In.- observed
that this i- a pretty large Stale and consti
tut s a considerable background of itself.
With irrigation, tno, much of tno desert
lands embraced i :i neighboring States may
1»- reclaimed nd converted into productive
farms. lint it \si:l probably prove that
Puget S and Itself, when it grows la wealth
and productiveness, will Bud itself tributary
to Sao Francisco. There is not room for
more than one leading seaport on this
coast, and it i- a law that commerce always
gravitates to existing c:it r-. Shippers
send go ids to the largest markets, not to
small markets which are straggling for
existence, Ships clear for ports where they
are sure of getting cargoes aDd run no risk
of having to fill Up with ballast. For ob
vious reasons the lumber of 3'ngrt Sound
will be loaded in ships on tli! waters of the
Sound; but the cial of Northwestern Wash
ington, the fish caught on the banks which
stretch from the 47th parallel to the trend in
the coast of Alaska, will come here for a
market, and the people ot Puget Sound,
when tliey want to buy goods, will come here
to get them Instead of sending East The
more prosperous the l'uget Sound country
becomes the more San Francisco will
flourish, and when the tide of immigration
which is now Sowing toward the Sound
reaches the full, the drift of population will
again be toward the State of the largest pos
sibilities in the future.
THE Kllills Ol- TWOZING.
To twoze or not to twoze, tbat is the ques
tion of the hour. The verb twoz* will Dot
be found in Webster or Worcester, though
i: may figure in tue Century Dictionary
when that publication reaches the letter T.
Meanwhile ii mas be explained that twos
ing means the consorting together of a
young man and ■ maid, or, in vulgar par
la cc, flirting. When a gentleman walks off
with his best girl to some shady spot in the
woods, or to a lonely sand-hill on the sea
beaeh, or to a secluded bay-window in a
drawing-room, the couple are said to twoze.
The diversion is regarded in different lights
— according t« the standpoint of the observer.
it i-> popular witii boy- and girls, but is not
generally approved by mammas, and is se
rererj reprehended by old bachelors and
crusty fat ers.
From time immemorial there has been in
the code of the city Echools an unwritten
taw against twozing. Boys have been for
bidden t'> • wort girls to an I frum school.
For years the law has slumbered in innocuous
desuetude; but lately a school principal,
bulling over with zeal for the lams of his
girl pupils, has revived it, and pot it in force
with such vigor that several pnpils nave been
suspended for violatins it. This has roused
the wrath of the elder boys, whose nascent
flirtations were nipped In the bud, and they
have indited a round-robin calling for th>;
removal of the offending teacher. The boys
say that if they are not allowed to twoze
they «iil leave school and throw themselves
and tin ir ignorance upon the mercies of a
tender-hearted and presumably sympathetic
world.
We suspect that this is a question on
which 'lii- parents may have something to
say. Boys and girls are sent to school, not
to find partners for life, but to learn history,
geography, mathematics and other things
which will bo useful to th-m when they
grow up. That bays of 20 and girls of 16
shoo] 1 begin to feel, in the woids of Scrip
ture, that it is not good for man to bo alone
is natural enough; but the sentence must
not be construed so strictly as to condemn a
girl who walks home from school without an
escort The association of the sexes is good
for both. Each leaches the other something
which cannot be learned from books, But
there are proper times and places for bays
and girls to meet, and Lite streets, before or
alter school hours, are nut such times or
places. The great bulk of the male pupils
of the city schools arc well conducted
youths, but some of them are not, and girls
gi g to or returning from school should be
protected from having company thrust on
them which they dislike but do not care to
repel for fear of unpleasantness. Children
of 15 and 1(1 are not always sufficiently ac
quainted with the world to be able to choose
their friends. And it is much easier to stop
ant acquaintance at the start th.tn to break
it off after it has been cemented by regular
daily walks to and from school.
T: c strongest objection that was ever
urged against the c< education of the sexes
was that Attachments would Inevitably
sprins up between young men and young
wounn which would not, in a majority of
cases, be likely to condncn to tho happiness
of either. Neither is able at the time of
life when they are completing their educa
tion to choose judiciously a partner for life.
Mi n and women, when they mature, almost
invariably grow indifferent, and sometimes
THE MORNING CALL, SAN FRANCISCO. MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 22. 1890— EIGHT PAGES.
contemptuously i'jdilTerent, to the ideals of
th>>ir early yuuth. Yet youthful passion is
sometimes inuietunus and disdainful of re-
straiut. It quite often culminates in mar
riages which almost from the start am
sources of sorrow. A large proportion
of the divorces which disgrace our court
calendars are due to the immaturity of the
parties to the marriage bond. Any custom
ur practice which leads to the constant com
panionship of youths and maidens at an age
w!it>n neither know their own minis is likely
t.i mature in a given cumber of unions which
will entail misery on the woman and so un
settle tbe man's social life that his prospec'.S
of happiness will b.- small.
"THROWING" MOKKOW.
A weekly Journal, which for some time
tins been in an unhappy frame of mind,
give* fnir notice that "if the Republican
t>tate Central Committee nndertakes to
mnke cuiiinion oause with tlioso who sold
out Morrow in Ihe late Intercounty C"in
mpree Mate Convention for coin in hand
paid, not a man on the Republican ticket
will be elected." This threat is nuticed only
as showing tbe character of the so-called
Republican paper conducted by Governor
Waterman's private secretary. The intima
tion that the nomination of Colonel Mark
ham was secured by the use of money is
infamous unless accompanied with proof.
It is an intimation IliMt might be thrown at
any one who Becures a contested Domination.
The charge dors not harmonize with the
other charge thai tbe supporters of Mr.
Morrow were bulldozed, which is made In
another column of the same issue of the
private secretary's private note-uook of
grievances. The Call is well aware that
there are thousands of Republican voters
who would not support a ticket at i he head of
which is a man who purchased his nomina
tion. But no evidence hiis reached the pub
lic which warrant* tht> suspicion that Colonel
Markham's nomination was not fairly ob
toinod. On tbe contrary, when the conven
tion adjourned it was a common remark
that it bad been a clean convention— that
money cut no figure in the nomination of
any one of the candidates.
EDITORIAL NOTES.
In 1866 when the Klne of Hanover lied, lie
took along State bonds to the amount or $18,
--250.0 Tlie Prussian Government subse
qu ntly Induced the King to surrender the se
curities, Prussia agreeing to pay him luleres" on
$12,000,000 as an indemnity for the Income he
formerly drew (rom Hanover. Bismarck, bow
ittr, saw lit to repudiate this compact, declaring
thai i tie King was trylug to brine about a war
vviiii Prussia and was forming a llanoveiluii Le
gion In France. In order to"lbrust those rep
llles in tln-ii holes" the Government was author
ized by tin- Landtag to utilize the Interest to
counteract the dangerous sciiemes of the ene
mies of Prussia. 'I'm sec service fund was
used extensively by Bismarck In dealing with
tlio press. Chancellor Caprivi. who lias seen bl
to inaugurate a chance, has notified the Laud
tag mat th ■ fund would no longer be utilized by
the Government, and that a statement would be
presented announcing the purposes to which it
had been appropriated. ■' ,
An article that caused a decided sensation in
Canada was one recently published by the Que
be Telegraph declaring: "If we arc permitted
to grume current events in Canada we think that
annexation to the United Slates is making great
headway among the people. It is coming and
that belore Ion;;. Sir John may preach all kinds
of doctrines, ha may climb upon Johnny Hull's
back and b come the last man on earth to accept
Hie Platform, but dollar* and cents will bring it
about. The McKiuley bill has been passed by a
large majority, and that deals a haul blow to the
commerce of Canada." Fuittier on the article
added: "England is neither a mother nor a
fii'Mil to us. We have flattered Her too much,
and now i- the tune, when one of her grand
children Is here, that we should talk as plainly
as possible of the situation.'' The article at
tracted so much attention that Government olU
cials declared that such reasonable and sedi
tious language should not be overlooked, bat
many who lead it express belief in the truthful
ness of its declarations.
How Americans re sometime! regaled while
making a tour of Europe may be gathered from
the fact that a Hamburg boolface has been sent
to prKon for furnishing dishes composed of
horseflesh to his customers without their know!
edge or consent. It was shown thai he had
dished up 7000 pounds of equine meat to tils
guests In the form of ragouts furnished with
names taken from the menus of Fiencu restau
rants.
It Is estimated that the lneumbrances of Irish
lauds amount to more than half their value, and
that this year the English absentee landlords of
1 1 eland will pay s:t5,000.000 In interest to
London money lenders. Tim is -one of the
drains that the unfortunate tenants hive to
meet. Whs: a difference It would make if this
money was devoted to home enterprises.
('.rover Cleveland evidently made a big mistake
wi.cn he wrote his historic letter ti Warner ad
vocating lie suspension of the purchase and
coinage of silver
A MEXICAH DUEL.
t i — <»■"! !>■,- n Klvnl find Dragged to
Death.
Mr. J. R- Johnson, a traveling man well
known in this city, has returned from a trip
through New Mexico, where he Witnessed
one of the most terrible duels ever fought
in that land, says a special dispatch fiotn
Kansas City, Mo., to the Globe-Democrat.
Mr. Johnson was in the southern part of
New Mexico, taking a wagon ride with his
samples, when be arrived sit the little village
of bebolla. There was no hotel in the
place, but he succeeded in obtaining ac
commodations in a boose which was a slight
remove from a stable.
After making out a supper as best he could,
Mr. Johnson sat in front of the house en
joying a cigar. Inside he could hear the
pretty daughter of Me host laughing and
chattering. The girl was evidently the belle
of the country and knew it. Early in the
evening a young Mexican rode up. ' Be was
tricked out in all the tinery affected by the
horsemen of that country, and from the
effusive reception accorded by the girl he
was evidently a favorite. While the merri
ment was at its height another young man
rode up, dressed enough like the first to play
the twin-brother act. He was m well re
ceived is his predecessor, but it whs plain
tint each eyed the other with jealouty. A
few minutes later the driver Informed Mr.
Johnson that there would be trouble, for the
men were rivals and the girl was a thorough
co inette. »
The two men had been in the house but a
short time when loud talking and quarreling
was heard. Mr. Johnson went Into the
room, attracted by the noise, and saw at
once that there would be a light Finally
they appeared to have come to some agree
ment, and the Interpreter said they had de
cided to fight a duel with their lassos. It
was a bright moonlight night, and about a
dozen were in the tarty which rode out into
the prairie. A rapid ride took the party far
enough out into the plains to allow the duel
ists lice room in which to ride. The rest of
the story can best be told in Mr. Johnson's
own words:
"A lasso duel — in fact, a.lue! of any sort
was new to me, but 1 had been in the West
so lons that 1 knew the participants were in
dead earnest, I did not know how terrible
would be the ending or certainly 1 would
never Dave remained to witness it. The
men were bare-headed and stripped to the
waist The horses were put facing each
other close together. At a given word they
rile s'owly post each other, went about
twenty yards, tinned and were ready to be
gin. Lasso in hand they slowly circled
aiiout, keeping a watchful eye on each
oilier. Suddenly there was a his?, and a
lasso flew through the air. An alert eye and
a quick doilge caused it to fall short, and,
!>•• ore it could be recovered, the oilier had
thrown his rope, but it, too, had been
guarded ngain-t This continued for several
minutes, many throws being made and
avoided* The deadly loops were thrown by
experts, but they were dodged by men who
had studied the art all their lives.
"At last the smaller of the two men sent
his riata whistling through the air. I saw
the oilier throw up his hand and arm to
ward it off, but the loop settled down over
his head and arm and in a flash it was drawn
tight. It was all done in the twinkling of
an eye. Both horses were on the run while
the loop was fastened. He was jerked out of
the saddle, and then, In some way his boot
caught in the stirrup, and he hung, scream
ing with pain, and tlitt bones strained npart
as if trying to tear him in two. It was sim
ply awful. The victorious man was yelling
like a demon as he urged his horse to greater
efforts. I could not stand the sight and
rushed .forward to cut the rope, when the
foot slipped from the stirrup and the other
Started his horse on the run across the moon
lit plain, dragging the inanimate body of his
rival, which was fast being reduced to a
shapeless mass. Hound and round he cir
cled until I fainted. When 1 recovered con
sciousness I was lying on a bench in front of
the house and the party had dispersed. Out
on the plain lay the body of the victim of
the duel mid in the house were the victor and
the girl laughing and talking as if nothing
had happened." Cv,.-
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More than 5000 men in New Yoik do busi
ness under the protection of . their wives'
names. ' '■" . ■■■ _ .'*_■■■'. ' ■■ ■
. J. I- .CiiTTKK'soi.nlsou ii luis celebrated
whisky is for sate by all lirst-clau druggists and
grocers. Trade mark— star wiliiui a suiuUl. - * > . '
UNITED ITALY.
Conqncst of (he Tapnl States
Commemorated.
Successful Celebration Brought to an Bad
Last Night-Large Pnrade Bepreseat
ing Twenty Sccietie3.
Yesterday morning, almost with the sun,
the Italian residents of this city were up aud
at their festivities, aud long before the time
for the organization of the parade uniformed
societies could be seeu making their way to
the rendezvous, while from all sides delega
tions of one, two or more persous were
hastening to this common center.
It was the second and last day of the
anniversary celebration of the union of the
Italian Mates under one Hag, an event tilled
with reuiiiiiscenses of a far-off home where
the Inhabitants bask in h tropical sun and
drink tbe nectar of nature's most profuse
and greatest Rift to man. In this eelebra
tiin one twenty-fifth of the population of
this State felt a peculiar interest, and many
bad come lrom Interior towns to participate.
The place for assembling to form ihe
parade was at the junction of Broadway
and Stockton street, where every society
anl every man -were found in their proper
places at 11 o'clock, the hour of
'Hie precession was bended by the Grand
Marshal, Tocdoro BacigalupL and nis four
lieutenants, (}. Alarsili, L. Baciualuui, li.
Belli, V. Larini. Next came the Italian
band, Die Veteran Italians and the Lesion
Francatse, which, with a beautiful lloat,
representing " America aud Italy," con
stituted tin- first ilivisi. n.
The sorond division was lieail^il l>y Mar
sluil L. Brizzolara and his lieutenants. The
Juarez Guard presented a very tine n]>r>cnr
ance as they caini 1 Into view, supported by
the Soeleta D.nun <)i Marline/, ana the Swiss
Sharp-shooters. Toe Liberal Society ol Ti
cincseexme next ami, with a float repre
senting "The Triumph of Flowers," made
the serum! division one of the prettiest.
Marshal A. Gimstiieci headed the next <li
vision, supported on each side by a conple
of his niiis. The Fusileers of Sim Jose, alumt
lnu strung, in black uniforms, fiiruislnd
with dark red trimmings miv military i-i|.s,
was the chief feature ol the division. Oup
tain K. (i. Zeirool !S;m Jose, :i very promln
iii nt Italian, lead tbec >mpany. Close after
them came another uniformed society from
>;iu .lose, thy Ki'ina. Loggia, commanded by
r. /'..'iru. An allegorical car representing
she capture of l'oiia Pia, the gate tUroDgli
wi irli tin* liulians captured Rome, the, only
historical Boat to the parade, came next. It
was cheered nil along the route uy people of
every nation.
The [ourtb divijiun was led uy Marshal
1 . GliirardelH and bisfonr Ueuteaants. To
the local Itnli.iii residents this division w:is
tliu nn>st attractive, for In it was the com
pany <>i Italian Bersaglieri (sham-shooters),
undi-r whose auspices the celebration waa
conducted. They were followed by the
1 iviii:iiiS df the same society in large num
bers, brooeht up in the rear by the officers
01 the Lafayette Guard ;md French Zouaves.
In ilie parade there were representatives
of tlm Italian printers, Garibaldi Guard, Le
gion ol the Thousand. Society of Christo
pher Columbus ol Oakland, the game of
Maps, Protective Union, the Italian t'liam
ber 01 Commerce. Italian Fus! leers. Colombo
Li'dtze, Dante Lodrfe. and the Council ol
SI nrp-shooters.
Th • procession, about .sevonteen blocks in
extent; coiupiis-jd fuur lloats, forty-eight
carriages and represented twenty societies.
The line of march was from the corner of
Broadway and Stockton sire t to Filbert,
thi'uce to Washington square, to Montgom
ery avenue, to Kearny, to Market, thence
out Market to Ninth, to Mission, where the
procession moved down to the Miasiju-
Stl'eet Kate.
At the gardens the morning was devoted
to concerts until the arrival of the proces
sion, when, after Lunching, dancing began
and continued without interruption until
early this morning. Altogether, the celebra
tion of the unification ol the Mates of Italia
\\;;s a grand success.
SUNK WITH MA.NY PASSE.NGEKS.
KxcursluniNts Crowd Upon n Steamer at
Allmmv, N. V., Until She Goes Down.
An exciting spectacle terminated the ball
game at Riverside Park, Albany, X. V.
Just as the game was concluded the crowd
made a rush for the little steamer Pan 11.
Smith, that lay near the Dark, ready to
oarry passengers to the o thai side of the river.
Men and boys by the score climbed upon the) .
hurricane deck of the tiny propeller, while
the cabin and lower deck were soon closely
packed. The captain and deck-hands
warned the crowd back, but they continued
to press upon the upper works of the vessel
until it was well away from the landing.
None of the passengers seemed to realize
their danger until the boat hnd swung clear
of the wharf ; then they became panic
stricken, for It at once began to settle over
until the side was dipping in the water.
The yells of those on board were taken up
by the crowd on shore as the little boat
turned over on its side. A moment later a
sea of bobbing beads appeared in the water,
and the victims frantically strugcled to
roach the shore only a few yard* away.
There were exciting scenes for some time,
but it is believed that all of the hundred
passengers escaped. The steamer now lies
submerged in tin feet of water. — Chicago
Herald.
If you suffer from arty clisfaie or ttie blood
stomach disorder, or difficulty with trio liver and
kidney's try the peculiar medicine. Hood's Sarsa
liarllla. lie sure to get Hood's. Take no other.
"Mrs. AVinslow'n Soothing lire" tins been
used over Kilty Years by mothers for their children
while Teething with perfect success. It soothes
the child, so: 1 .' i. the Gums, allays all Vain, cures
Wind Colic, repulatcs the bowels ami Is the best
remedy icr Hiarrha'a, whether Arising from teeth-
Ing or ctlier enures, and is lor sale by Druggists In
ivi ry part of the world. lie sure and aak for Mrs.
Window's bouthlng Syrup, 'lwenty-flvo cents a
bottle.
Shew, the pioneer photographer. 523 Kearny st,
Extha nilnce plea, Swain's. 218 Suiter street.
B] FriT.\M'i I'iiis euro bilious and nervous 1113.
NOTICE or j\ii:i;tix»;m.
iif" ..y?* Kins: St»lolni>n*s I.«''bi 1 , >o, o
\3r4r 'j.,!). K. and A. M. 1 1 a : corner lieary /A
and Btelner St. Second Degree Tills K\ i-.n't 1 "7
ING, Sept. 33. at 7:30 ocloclr. By order of Hw\
the W. M. UV. l'ECk, Secretary. It
CT^^ 3 San francisco <'ha|tler. No, I. A
'JrJy Boyal ArcH Masons, meets Tins £\
EVENING for SI. M. Degree. All couip.m. V
ions in good staudlug are invited. /Sir >
It 11. G. J"KI NIK. Secretary.
Bf-TS 1 - California Lodee, "No. I,
»■* I. O. O. !■■., initiates MONHAV;
NIGHT, Sept. "J2d. All arc requested
to be present. <*?/tw^~
JOHN McNEII.I,. N. O.
J. H. IIKXKDICT, R. S. te2l2t
El'^jK-' A. o. 11. Hoard of <yr^^f> u^\ %
B^-*' Directors. The regular ' J*JL~S\. *7
monthly ineetinKWlli beheld In *r >m\ WmW". ,♦
Irlsii-Auiericaii Hall, on THlS^*i{i^Vff&f *V«
(MONDAY) EVENINU at x VsSsMHrrCV)
o'clock, harp. A3 there Is vast "t'Sj\ Jr J; ► w
amount of business to be transacted tin: members
are requested to be prompt In attendance
•"■"■■■» *"• J. C'AUK, C. D.
Jons Kk»ny. C. 8, lt»
S^Sf To the Officer* anil »Iviiil)<. l 's\ > w^.;i>
l>- £ ' of Court star of the Mission, No .**V
71»7. A. <>. You are here notlned to at- VI
tend the funeral of our late brother HKNUY #7 S
Uitl HNS. The funeral will take place from his
late residence, 309 Dey at., bet. Twenty-ninth and
Thirtieth, on TUESDAY, September ;:::. I at a r »i
By order B. DOWME, Chief Hanger.
Wm. Cashmak. Financial Secretary. si-2'.i St
K^- The Caledonian Club Will v C 7 v.
»- give a grand concert or songs and 3k fi ,} ;
melodies of the Scottish border and a so- -yiVi %£
cial dance at Scottish Ball, 10.i Larkln *£2AT
St., on I KIIiAV EVENING, September 26th, com-
mencing at 8 o'clock. Mine. Seinliiarlu, Miss Me.
Closky, Mr. 1). M. Jones. Mr. J. ('. Hughes, Mr. Kay-
ton and other onilucut talent eiiKasc I. Admission
by tickets, /.'sc each, to be obtained from officers
and members of the club and at the door of Scott-
ish Hall. Hat and cloak rooms free.
88 21 SuMoWe LITKHAKY COMMITTKE.
"3r" The 1 i° K " lMr Monthly Mceluiir of
Ui-jy the Board ot Directors of the Ancient order
o Hibernians, It. E., will beheld In the hall, 1159
Mission St., THIS (MONDAVI EVENING at 7-30
o'clock. Full attendance Is requested. '
WILLIAM M EAKN E, County Delegate.
James G. Hbuw.nk, Secretary. " It*
(tf^r" Ar»imaul Council, Koyal Arcanum,
BK6' mi eti to-night at sbi. is liulfding, ;Vj <"i '"-
reil st. . . . .it
lE^*-. Wl i nl ''•'- A I.od e Hall for Kither
*>«' Tuesday, Thursday or Friday evening by so-
ciety numbering 100. Location north of Market st.
from Taylor to Montgomery. Address, stating pi Ice,
(termanla Circle, Ited Men's Hall. Fost st. seiil St
it35p,, 11a " ,*•• Let Friday Evening. Grand
H^c r Ccnlinl. cor, .-mil an, Market Ms ty'i™tr
SFICGtAIi MOTICLB^
yr^S* (lorn*. Bunion*. Etc., Instantly Be-
I*- 1 ' moved or no charges made by Dr. Hali'miier
880 Market St. (without pain); his pila remover
and corn salve for sale. " "> m °*f
jf-3»- Misi Moore, Professional ll.Til.r
ft-*' anddlagiiußer. 112 Fourth. Itooin l" ft"
C^J?* Ladles— lf Dlftaiipointod Sf»« i\i r .
Q^^l-UETZ. 103 4th, and be contented. sen lm*
RSjS» Book* huujfht and Hold. lvln c llroi,
« Fourth it., near Martut. __ "uir27 tf
&J4?" Bad Tenant* KJoeted for *4. Colleo-
»- x ' tlons made, city or country, racing Collection
Company, aiia California «L. Kooiu 3. uCM U
O^ Hail Tenants Kjccted for 810 and
JS ' all costs paid; collections city or count??
COKFEY'S COLLEufION CU.. 619 Montgomer?. Cf
g-^P n anror ?, Maritime Hotel— 3s Ktan-
f-f ford, bet, liranian, iowasend. Second and
bird .sts. ; patronage of mariners solicited. jy li Brno
JETS 3 Dr. Kicoril'a Specific- For Kidnova
tKS' bladder and liver: : solo agent, A ukJ"'
Druggist, cor. Kearnyand Washington. S.K.jeU Bmi
f^S 3 Astral-Seer-I'ast. l'reaent. Future-
»*&■ horoscope cast. Prof. Holmes, 11 Scott. 14 em ■
pap Smith & Trowbrldsre, Coast
»-*' Wire Works, 11 Druuimst. V, , jell Bin
: SPECIAL NOTICKS-COyTINTJEn.
Bf^§=" All Cases Restored At Once, No
i>-^^ matter from what cause— Ladles, if you want
instant relief for monthly Irregularities, consult
the oldest and only reliable female physician of 40
year.' experience: my Sate Specifics arc the best
ever discover. (I, and will positively cure after all
others fail; pills. $1; also latest invention without
medicine. DR. M. STRASSMAN. 916 Post st.a 29 lm
BfsS= Old Gold and Silver lSonght ; Send
\h-& your old goid and silver by maiP to the old
and reliable bouse or A. COLKMAN. 41 Third St.,
San Francisco; 1 will send by return mail the cash;
11 amount is not satisfactory will return the gold. 2y
HrTsS 3 ■> r». M'ilmet, Clairvoyant. Lodes
UK*' 50., gentlemen $1. Stij'/fr Market. R'ra 39. Bin
Ef^S= > »' «- Schmidt, Midwife. Graduate
EX«? University of Heidelberg. Germany; private
hospital; women's diseases a specialty; sure specitic
remedy for monthly irregularities; reasonable.
Offlre 121 1 Vi Mission St.: 2to B I', M. Uly27 l'_':no.*
IKS' Dr. C. C. O'l>oiinell— llfflce and 1>«.
K-<^ KVt.cnr. Washington and Kearny sts. mytH?
Errs* A lame la Maternity Villa: Strictly
%>& private. DKS. FUNKE, ur. Encinal Pk.m3tt
»:-S= Mrs. I>» vies, 426 Knurny St.; Only
B&-^ safe and sure cure for all leinale troubles. 12
WTW Dr. Hall, 426 Kearny St.— Im« i.si'u ,if
ar-^ women a specialty: hours 1 to 4. b to M.myj
RC~S* Dr. Ki-atorutive I'ilU; Bi>e-
ilfr-*' cine for exhausted vitality, physical debility,
wasted forces, etc. : approved by the Academy of
Medicine, Paris, and the medical celebrities. Sold
by .1. G. STEELE & CO., 635 Market St., Palace Ho-
tel, San Francisco. .Sent by mill or express. Prices:
Box of 50, $1 25: of 100. »'-': of 200, $3 50; oflilj.
4 <;. Preparatory Pills. $2. Send for, circular. fc2 tf
SrIKITUAI.ISM.
MISS BENHAKD, MEDIUM "; "IN FORmXtToN
on stocks, lottery, love, etc. :;5M Fourth. lm
Ik iKs. J. J. WHITNEY, CLAIRVOYANT TEST
M medium, life-reader. 1812 Market at. uul:i tf
cEai ryo va nts.
lIS. KITiKEADi CLAIKVOYA.NI TRANCE Mli-
ill 11111111. 1239'/!. Market at. auH Km
SITUATIONS-FEMALE.
IMRST-CLASS GERMAN, SWEDISH AND AMER-
Ic.iii cooks, second girls, chambermaids, nurses,
nursery governeyses, waitresses, laundresses, French
girls; housekeepers and a great many housework
Kills; cty or country. MRS. XI.FEN, 315 Stockton
sre.t. It*
1 ADIES CAN FIND THE BEST DOMESTIC
Jj help at Van Ness Otnce, 41& Franklin st. It
] RESPECTABLE MIDDLE-AGKD WOMAN OF
i experience would like position as nurse by day
or week. Call on or address MRS E. E. COLLINS,
•-•'171 Howard at. ae22 st»
IJROTI'.STANT WOMAN WITH NO ENCUM-
I Itrance wishes to take chart?'' of gentleman's
house; city or country: competent experienced
housekeeper; good seamstress: salary $25; refer-
ences. Address MRS. W., box 9<> Cai.i. Branch
onu-e. se'22 3t*
\'OUNO RESPECTABLE WIDOW WISHES SI I'
1 nation as housekeeper In gentleman's family.
Ml mas t., second floor, right-hand side.st 31*
QITUATION WANTED BY A FIRST-CLASS
0 laundress: lieruiau; bast city refireuce. Call
at 811 Mission st. se22
T7-IHBT-CI ASS DRESSMAKER: LIKE MORE EN-
J gagsmenti by day or week in families. Call 207
Birth St. ; bakery. " Re 22 3t*
I>ESPEL'TAIiI.E LADY WANTS A SITUATION
Jl In a private family to do cooking anil house-
work: city or country. Call at 1742 Howard St.: no
postal cards answered. se22 2t*
U ANTED— A situation by a first-class
cook In private family; good references. Ad-
dress G. W.. Box 102, Call Branch omen. 22 2t*
<*i IKL WISHES SITUATION hit HOUSEWORK
VJ In private family. Pleaso call 324 Golden Gate
■in-.-, no postal cards. • s*22 21*
OWEDISH GIRL WANTS SITUATION; GOOD
0 cook. 42 Grove st; no postals. 5033 2t*
I ) ESI'ECTABLB WOMAN WISHES A Mil .V
Jl tlon us general housework; as a good
laundress; best of reference given. Apply at 254
Minna St. It*
MIDDLE AGED WOMAN: HOUSEWORK; CITY
ill or short distance in country. 648 Mission St. It*
WOMAN WAN IS PLACE TO DO GENERAL
il housework and cooking, city or county. Call
210 Taylor St., In basement. It*
U ANTED. BY A SCOTCH GIRL; SITUATION
as cook In American family; no objection small
washing: relereuce It required. Please call 1024
How st. It»
~. I I^IAN WOMAN WANTS SITUATION TO DO
" I general housework; is good cook. Apply 270
Minna St. It*
/~-OMI 7 KTENT AMERICAN COOK AND LAUN-
\J dress wishes situation do general housework;
willing and obliging; wafts $25. Call at 240 Mluua
street ; It*
THIRST-CLASS COOK AN l> LA UNDRESS WISHES
r a situation : best city reference. 270 Jessie st.,
near Fourth. It*
\» r OMAN WISHES WORK BY THE DAY; WASH-
'' Ing or house-cleaning. Apply at 14 Valencia
street. s.'--'l .It'
U' ANTED— POSITION AS HOUSEKEEPER BY
respectable lad] in widower's family. Address
c. 11., Box 100. Call Branch (mice. se2l 3t*
LMKSi-CLASS DRESSMAKER WANTS ENGAGE-
-1 merits by the day, Call 833 Howard st. se'.'l 3t*
rpwO FIRST-CLASS SWEDISH GIRLS, WITH
1 best references, want places, one as cook, the
other as second-girl; wages expected, *■•_., to $30.
Please call or address 424 Suiter st. se'Jl lit
yOUNO LADY WISHES POSITION AS COPY-
-1 Ist. Address A. 11., Call Branch, 2518 Mission
>trcet. se2l 2t«
OMAN W ANTS WASHING AND IRONING
or hotiso-i leaving. Address MRS. BARKER,
711 Greenwich st. se2l 3t*
U- ANTED — POSITION AS GOVEKNF.SSIN FAM-
liy: European education; Grencb, German, En-
glish branches and music: salary expected $30 and
home. Address 41. L. C, Box 92, Call Branch
jiricc. ■ 8o2O3t»
\-OBMI <JIRL, JUST ARRIVED I'UOM VIENNA.
1 Austria, wishes a situation as cook in an Ameri-
can family. «37 Vallejo St. se-^o at*
A LADY FROM THE EAST WISHES A Posi-
tion as housekeeper. In city or country. Ad-
dress 1.. k.. Box 109, Call Branch ufflce. ..ju gt«
V'Ol'Xli GEKMAN WOMAN WANTS HOUSE-
J work; work by the day or month. 708 I'ino
street. Be2o at*
» YOUNG GEKMAN GIRL WISHES A SITUA-
s\ tlon for general housework; American family
prefr-rred. I'leuse call at 2ti Kaush St., bet. Seventh
anil Eighth. se'JO 3t»
\-ol Ni. GERMAN GIRL WANTS TO DO GEN-
X oral housework. Apply 329 Hayes St., crockery
store. -_^ se2o 3t*
A SWEDISH GIRL DESIRES SITUATION' IN
J\- small family ; do general housework. Apply or
address 425 East at., bet. Washington and Mer-
chant. se'_'O M*
t YOUNG WIDOW WISHES A POSITION AS
J\ housekeeper; no Irltlers. 933 Mission St.,
Room 1. Hi-jo 31*
SWISS GIRL WISHES SITUATION IN PKI-
-rate family to do general housework. Address
1309 Stockton st. sel!<
■ (OPTING lilt ANY LIGHT WORK WANTED BY
\J lady with good references. Address M. It.. Room
69, American Exchange Hotel. Ban«ome st. solo 7t*
SITU AXIOMS— MAILS.
SITUATION TO TAKE CAKE OF HORSES;
private place: do car den In or any kind of work.
Address J. 8.,80 i li. this ollice. 8C22 3t*
Y'Ot Ni, GEKMAN MERCHANT, WHO HAS
1 been In Palestine, Syria and Egypt these last 10
years, wishes a sltualiou of any kind. Address L.
C., Box 4. this office. se22 at*
W ANTED— SITU ATION BY MAN AND WIFE.
" both English, to take care gentleman's place In
the country; man uiHU-rslands all about cattle;
wife a good housekeeper. Address E. S., 813 Min-
i.l.- street, city. It*
4 s BAK-TENDER; BEST CITY REFERENCES;
-.'V speaking German and English; single. 523
Kearny si.. Room 37. ■ It*
CUMPKTKNT GARDENER WANTS PLACE:
pood hostler and milker; references. Gardener,
737 Howard st. It*
tmrst-clabs BREAD FOREMAN, WHO CAN
J also work on cakes, wonts a steady place. 280
Minna St.. basement. It*
\' ill Ni. MAN AND WIFE WANT SITUATIONS:
1 wife is a good cook; man will make himself gen-
erally useful al'fiut place; li" children. Addre.-S
T. f. . Box 102, Call Branch Office. se3] 7t*
y OUNG MARRIED GERMAN COUPLE WANT
1 situations on r.irm; will do His work In gen-
eral. Address K. 11.. Box 107, Cai 1. Branch, 21 Bt*
\JAN AND WIFE (JAPANESE) WISH A SIT l'-
-I*l atlon as cook aud assistant in a family or a
boarding-house; city or couutry; best of references-
A duress 320 Sntter st. ae2l 3t
QITOATION WANTED P.Y YOUNG MAN TO
O assist cook or wait at table: wages not so much
an object as a good place. Address J. It,, Box I*6,
Call Branch OlUcc. se2l3t*
yoU.M! MAN, 18 YEARS OLD, WISHES EM-
i. ploymeut of any kind: hard worker: quick at
figures. Address M. M., 420 Minna St. sc2l '.'t*
TiXPEKIKNCED UPHOI.STEKI-.E AND FUKNI-
Xi turer re|iairer; will recover furniture. polish or
Tarnish same, and will work very reasonably; by
day or piece-work. Address BERGEMEN, 217,10nes
street. se'JOiit*
KELIABLE YOUNG MAN WISHES SITUATION
as watchman. Address C. F., Box 53, this
o.ilce. ae2o st*
BY YOUNG MAN TO DO LIGHT WORK IN
1 > country on farm or much: wages no object. Ad-
dress X. Z.. Box 158. Call Branch Office. scao 6t*
CII.MII MAN— A YOUNG MAN WISHES SlTl'A-
tlon as coachman, who thoroughly understands
the care of horses, carriages and harness; can pro-
duce first-class reference. Address A. B. C, Box 02,
this ufllre. se2o 31*
\' OUNG MAN WHO HAS HAD EXPERIENCE
- 1 assalesmau, stock clerk and drummer wishes
employment: Is well acquainted in city and can
give the belt of references; wages no object. Ad-
dress E. A., Box 108, Call Branch Oflice. " a«2O Bt*
TBONQ YOUNG MAN OF 20 WISHES SITVA-
-0 tlon as porter or to drive a delivery w.igon; well
used to horses; city or country. Send by letter or
call at Iti2l Dolores st. sc'.'o at*
IJELIABLE AND EXPERIENCED MAN WANTS
J.t situation as watchman; best of references. Ad-
dress 1). ANDERSON. 1057 Bryant st. ae2o 3t»
at 1 l\ PER MONTH and FOUND; YOUNG man
-4; XW wants situation to learn In grocery with bar
or waller plain board Ing-honse. Address El. son,
Box 98, Call Branch OrUre. se2o 3t*
\'Ol'NU MAN STUDYING DURING THE DAY
i desires employment In the cveulngs; is fairly
educated and not afraid of work. Address Diligent,
Box 182, Call Branch Office. selB 6t»
ITUATION WAN I BY A. MAN OKINTI I-
lUeuce, who purchased a tailor-made, nobby
cutaway suit fur $18, made by a merchant tailor for
$35. ORIGINAL MISFIT CLOTHING PAIiLORS,
corner Post and Dupont sts. i -
• yOUNG MAN OF STEADY HAHITS WOULD
1 like situation as assistant book-keeper or clerk:
good penman; quick at figures. Address A. <).. Box
lu'O. Call Branch onice. - »e!6 7t»
I EWELKR— POSITION WANTED BY A YOUNG
t) man with 3Va years' experience at bench, to finish
trade: best of references given. AdJress 11. T.
WILLIAMS, Cramer. Cai. selS lilt*
gicMAiJt Wanted.
WAMEU-2 FIKST^CLASS GERMAN OK
II French, cooks, private families, $40 each; 2
Brst-class second girls, Sit: 3 German and French
second girls and seamstress, $20 and $26; 4 wait-*
resses, city and country, private boarding-houses
and hotels, $20: 2 second girls and laundress, coun-
try, $20 ai.d $26; cook, country boarding-house,
$35; 0 Fn-nch girls for second work, nurses and
housework, $20 and $25, and a large number of
girls for general housework, both city and country,
to HI! altuat onstoo numerous to advertise. Apply
to J. F. CKOSETT * CO.. 202 Stockton st. . It
I^IKST-OLASS GEKMAN COOKS, $40 AND $35:
M: second girls. $20; housework girls for Fresno,
Bakerslleld, Klverslde, uear Los Angeles, $25 and
faro paid; French or German Infant's nurse, $20;
middle-aged lady, $10 and good home, and many
housework girls for city and country; best waitos.
MRS. KUfSN, 315 Stockton St. lt» •
,v: --•-'■- ■ -',■,■" :■ ■--' -- - -.- >'.■ " . . . '■ ". "
HELP WANTED-! OS ITXTJB IV
VV ANTED — FIRST-CLASS GERMAN AND
'» Frenrh cools, $40; chambermaid, same place,
$25; young girl assist In coffee-parlor, $20; 10 <;er-
mail and Scandinavian girls for general housework,
$-5: French cook. $«; French girls for housework:
uurses and chambermaids, city and country; Ameri-
can cook. $30 to $35, at DELOUME 4 ANDRE'S,
320 Slitter ___Jl_
11 ANTED— A WAITRESS FOR ARIZONA, FARE
* ' paid, see party here,sJO : laundress.two in family,
*(0; waitress In restaurant. $20 and room; Swe-
dish coo*. $30: girl for general housework for Neva-
da. lliimh>i.lt. Oakland, Grass Valley, $25 and $20,
fare paid to all Dtaces; 50 housework girls for city,
$25 and $20: Protestant second girl, $20. MI'S. K.
PLU.NKEJT, 424 Slitter. ■■ ■ ■ se2l '-'t
\\r AMI I) — WAITRESS AND DO CHAMBER-
»' work, country hotel, $25 : waitress, country,
$20; cook, country. $30 to $35: cook (colored), $25;
cook for Stockton, $25: all free faro. For city —
American cook, $25 and $30; German cook, #:.O;
restaurant waitress, $7 a week: 2 second girls, $20:
girls for housework, $25. C. R. UANSEN A Co.,
110 Geary St. se2l gt
COOK, BOARDING-HOUSE, $30: COOK ON A
V ranch, $30: French second girl, $26: chamber-
maid. hotel. $25; laundress, $25: 4 waitresses, $23
and $20; 60 girls, housework, $25 and $20. B. T.
WARD A- CO., 610 Clay St. It
WASTED— A PLAIN FAMILY COOK: AMEKI-
'» can woman preferred: $30 a month, at W. D.
EWER A CO.'.S. 626 Clay St. It
W'ANTED-A WOMAN to DO the BAKING
" for an Institution; *30. Apply at W. D. EWER
*00.'8, 826 Clay M. X
GIRLS WANTED IMMEDIATELY FOR HOUSE-
yJ work, cooking, nursing and to assist; good
wages. Van Ness office. 415 Franklin st. It*
t) SECOND GIRLS: GERMAN" NURSE-GIRL: 60
— Kris for cooking and housework. European
Oflice. 105 Stockton st. It*
ANTED— IN A SMALL FAMILY, GERMAN
'• girl; must be a good cook. Apply at 1333
Golden Gate aye. ; se22 at*
U ANTED — YOUNG FRENCH GIRL AS AP-
prentice ror tailor: paid while learning. At P.
VERDIEK. ladles' tailor. 313 Suiter st. 8C22 31*
Y OUNG GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK; NO WASH-
Iug. Apply 1512 Vallejo, near I'olk. sa2'-' :;t"
IKST-CI.ASS FINIS II BB ON PANTS; STEADY
work. 27 Everett st. se22 3t*
Ir'IRST-CLASS TAILORESS ON CUSTOM COATS.
' 123 Fifth st. _ geHli at*
GOOD UIKL FOR LIGHT HOUSEWORK; ROOD
_ home; small family. 417 Grove st. 8e22 it*
GIKL ASSIST WITH LIGHT Hol'SJiWOirK;
VJ wages from $10 to $12; sleep at home. 11 wil-
low aye., Dr. Larklu St. se222t*
WANTED— COMPETENT GERMAN OIKL
'I lor general housework; good wages. Apply 814
Turk st. 8*22 2t*
EXPERIENCED HANDS ON LADIES' AMI
children's underwear; machines running with
power. 1: \l i.l. BROS. & CO., 547 Market St.. up-
stair*. se22 2t»
A'Ol'.Mi LADY IO DO GENERAL HOUSEWORK.
l 323 llalght st. ce22 2t*
WANTED -AN APPRENTICE FOR DRESS-
*' mating. 1822 I.yon. cor. Sacramento. 82 2t*
/Tool) ACTRESSES: .H.s 1 GOOD AMATEURS.
\1 Address Stage, Box 124, Cam, Branch. «e23 21*
WANTED— GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE.
»' work. 671 Harrison st. lelta '2t*
T?INISHEB ON CUSTOM COATS; STEADY.
J 413 Hayes St. se22 lit*
U • ANTED— BEFORE 9 O'CLOCK MONDAY,
young girl lor light housework: kind to chil-
dren; 4ln family; cau sleep home. 2ti23 Plue St.,
near DevNadero. It*
■yOUNQ GIRL (GERMAN PREFERRED) FOR
J light housework: 2in family; no Hashing. Ap-
ply Clay and Mason sts., In grocery. It
U ANTED — GIRL FOB GENERAL HOUSE-
w.Tk; wages 525. 1707 i.t-ary st. It*
GIRL FOR LIGHT HOUSEWORK IN SMALL
family; wages $1 ■>. 1307 Polk St. It*
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK; NO
washing: wages. $20. Apply 1729 Slitter st. It*
/■i IRL ASSIST IN LIGHT HOUSEWORK;
V.J wages, $12 to $15. 15 Elizabeth St., nr. Guer-
rero, bet. Twenty-third and Twenty-fourth. It*
VOUNGGIKL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK.
I gaoa Bush St., near Killinoru. It*
GOOD TAILORESS ON PANTS, 73c PER PAIR.
PETE KSEN, 622 Clay St.. top floor. It '
E I.DI :;!l WOMAN, COOK FOR SMALL, FAM-
_ ily. 607 Pine St.. Room 18. It*
GOOD COOK AND LAUNDRESS; SMALL FAM-
I!y; wages $23. 922 Eddy st. It*
ITTI.E (.11(1. TO MIND BABY: 123 TURK ST.
J Apply In basement. It*
WANTED— SMALLGIRL FOR LIGHT HOUSE-
• ' work. 408% Powell St. It*
\'OUNG GIKL FOR LIGHT HOUSEWORK*;
sleep home. 2518 Mission st It*
COMPETENT GERMAN GIRL; GENERAL
housework. 26 Webster, near llaightst. It*
/-i OOD GIRL F.'B GENERAL HOUSEWORK.
VI Apply 114 Ei^bla st. 11*
GIRL TO ASSIST IN HOUSEWORK AT 1827
Sacramento st. It*
U AN lEII-NEAT YOUNG GIRL FOKIiENERAL
'I housework; must bo a good plain cook; small
family. 1230 Oolaeo Gate aye. It*
/MXI. FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK AND
VJf copklug. 511 Oak at. It*
•1 WAITER GIRLS; WAGES $1 60. 440 BUSH ST.,
0 in saluou. It*
MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN FOR CHAMBER
work. Almonte House, 1 Fifth St. It*
Q FIRST-CLASS DRESSMAKERS; READY FOB
— ' work. 503 Sutler St. It*
\ T EAT YOUNG GIRL TO ASSIST WITH HOUSE-
1> work: oue child; $10 to $12. 1119 Taylor
St.. near Clay. it*
APPRENTICES ON VESTS. APPLY AT 328
Mlun.l ftt. It*
WANTED IMMEDIATELY— GOOD WAITRESS,
II liestmiirant. 108 Taylor st. . if
/ > IKL TO HELP AT HOUSEWORK; WAUBS
\J $12 to $15. 322 Golden Gate »to. it*
\-OUNIi GIRL, 15, ASSIST LIGHT ll'lsi:-
X work, care children. t>42V-i Minna st. it*
\\' ANTED— GIRL ABOUT 14 TO MIND BABY.
" 24 Fell 8L It*
yoU.NG GIKL TO DO LIUHT HOUSEWORK.
1 Call 324 Mason st. it*
GIRL TO ASSIST IN GENERAL HOUSEWORK;
wages. $15. 453 Third St. It ..
KOOM AND BOARD, $5 A WEEK; PRIVATE
family: bath; gas. 3y Locust aye., oil Polk st.,
nr. McAllister. geiiii '2t»
I ADY PIANO PLAYER AND SINGER. COUN-
J i try, wages $30 per mouth and furnished room;
must be young ana prepossessing. Address 11. E.
MANN, l:uss House, city. • - - se2l 14t*
COMPETENT YOUNG WOMAN; HOUSEWORK;
references. Apply 2444 Howard st. It*
L'IRST-CLASS SECOND GIRL PRIVATE FAM-
■T Ily, country. 119 Liberty St. se2l at*
W ANTED-MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN FOR GEN-
• I eral houaework; small American family; refer-
ences required: wages $20. 120 South lirodiriek
St.; Haigut-st, cars to Baker, turn to left. se2l st*
WANTED— AN HONEST WOMAN OVER 30;
»i willing to work and responsible; .salary $50.
Address Chance. Box 86. Call Branch Otnce. 21 3*
hSI-ECTABLE WOMAN AS HOUSEKEEPER;
it Rood home; references required. 2311 l/irkiii
street. se2l.3t*
1,-IBST-CLASS FINISHERS ON CLOAKS. 901
J Larklu st. se2l 3t* ■
JIT-NURSE WANTED. 2709 SUTTEK ST.
_}}_ si- 'J 1 3t»
IKL FOR LIGHT HOUSEWORK; NO WASH-
VT Ing. Apply after 10 a. m. ai!i Fell at. seal 31*
U'AITEK GIRLS FOR SALOON; WAGES OK
percentage. Apply afternoon at 641 Pacific
street. se2 l 3t»
WANTED — FIRST-CLASS DRESSMAKER TO
II go to the country. Address T. G., Box 9<>. Call
Branca onice. . se2l3t*
\\' ANTED— GERMAN GIRL rOK GENERAL
TT buu.sework. Inquire at IIS Third si. seal 3t*
APPRENTICE GIRLTAND SKIKT-TRIMMKK AT
dressmaking. 411SS GILLIGAN, 115 Kearny
street. seal 3t«
V 01 SO WOMAN FOR (iENEKALHOUSEWOKK;
J good, plain cook. 803 Howard. seal 3t*
\ GIRL FOR PLAIN COOKING AND LIGHT
-TV housework. Apply 927 Market St., cloak-
store. _- se2l 2t
WANTED- YOUNG GIKL FOR GENERAL
II housework; German preferred. 113 Flllinore
strcft. . _■ »c2l 'it*
\\ ANTED-FIRST-CLASS TAILORESS; ONE
'• with experience on line custom coats preferred.
321 suiter it. seal i.'t»
\'OUMI GIKL TO ASSIST IN LIGHT HOUSE-
-1 work in Berkeley. Call between a and 5. DR.
TEAiiUE, 202 Stockton st. se2o_tt
T ELL-BUILT i.IKI. AS MODEL: EXPERIENCE
»' unnecessary; $5 day. Studio. 17 Biilley.lBo 41*
\ • IKL; HOUSEWORK IN SMALL FAMILY. 1843
yj Market st., near Pearl. se'.'O 3t*
V\' ANTED — EXPERIENCED CLOAK LINERS.
II finishers and fur-seat operatives. 11. I l! 1 :.s
& CO., 137 Post st. se2o «t
I,MKST-CLASS~VESTMAKER; STEADY WORK;
1. good pay. 21 Louisa st. * 9e20 :lt*
L IKST-ILASB SKIKIMAKEK WANTED AT
f FRATIMiEK'S. 105 Kearny st. ae2o 3t«
W ANTED IMMEDIATELY. AT 1604 VAN NESS
'I aye., competent waitress and chamber-
maid. Be2o 3t*
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK. MIS
Clay St. se2o 'M*
YOUNG LADY FOR ASSISTANT IN MASSAGE.
1 28i.ii Sixth St.. Room 14. se2o :it*
GIRL, GENERAL HOUSEWORK. APPLY AX
VJ 1505 Washington at. 818 81*
EWERS ON LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S
underwear. 723 Market St.. Room 142. se!6 tf
VACANCIES FOR 3 MORE LADIES TO LEAUN
telegraphing. Apply at ofllce, 640 Clay, s.-ic. 7t
HAND TO EMHKOIDER ON WHITE WORK
in factory by baud. 723 Market St., Room
142. ' ■ '■ - Be2tt —
MALL ADVERTISEMENTS AND SGBBCRIP-
tions taken at Call Branch oOices, 6\>A Larttln
St., 339 Hayes st. and 2518 Mi.~. ..1 St. ; opea till
9:30 p. M.
MALE HELP WANTED. ~"
■VV ANTED-7 KINISIHN^^CA7tfENTERs"FOR
'I city, $3 50 a day; 3 carpenters for country,
$3 50 a day: 6 plain house-painters, 82 a day: up-
holsterer lor couutry, $15 to $18 a week; cheese-
maker, $35aud found; youug Gerinausforvlueyard
work, $25 and found; laborers for ranch, $1 a day
aud found: farmer and wife, £50 and found; boys
for store. $1 to $5 a week: Imtcner for city, $2 25 a
day: wood-turner, $:( a day; 8 block-makers, $22
per M; 10 sandstone-cutters. $4 50a day: &wauipers,
$86 and MO; otf-uearer, $40; blacksmith and mill-
wright, $2 50 a day and board: 2 machinist*, $3 75
a day: 0 pruuers. $30 and found. Apply to J. F.
CKOSET I' A- CO.. 628 Sacramento st. . It
IV ANTED — RESTAURANT COOK FOR OAK-
*' land,s6o; hoarding-house cook, country, $35;
cook for coffee-bouse, $35 ; second cook, $30; 2 ho-
tel waiters, city and country, $30; kitchen man,
country, $26: young man to assist about hotel. $15;
hotel porter, country, $20; dishwashers, $20 aud
$25, and others. Apply 1 0 J. F. CROSEfT & Co.,
U2B Sacramento St. - . .: • ■ ■ ■-- It
Y\'ANTED-6 LUMBER-PILEKS, $2 A DAY; 30
" wood-choppers, $1 UO and $2 a cord; laborers
. and teamsters for railroad, levees, mines and other
work at going wages. ; Apply to J. F. CKOSETT *
C0.,8-'8 Sacramento st. • It
-WANTKD-200 LABORERS, $2 25; 75 TEAM-
" sters, $35 and board, for railroad work. Apply
to J. F. CROSETT & CO., 628 Sacramento st. It
W ANTED-WAITER FOR RESTAURANT, $15:
'" waiter, small restaurant, $30; cook, short dis-
tance in country, $30; plain cook, Santa Crux Coun-
ty, $30; x i dish-washers, $20 aud *-..; boy to make
hliuaclf useful around factory, $t> to $7 a week;
man to take care of horses, etc.. orchard, *25*
milker and assist In car. leu. $25; boy to do chores
in private . house, $20; young man as assistant
waiter in a family in the country, $25: etc. BE-
LOKME * ANDRE, 320 Sinter st. 'v: T : . : " It J
.'■'-'hKIiP WAXIED-COXTIXUED. '
M' ANTED— a FURNACE MEN, $60; CHEESE-
VV maker, *40, see boss here: 10 4-horso scraper
teamsters. $.15 a month and board, fare "funded;
10 2-h..rse .craper teamsters to level up ■""!. »30,
long job; 2 farmers for vineyard. »2». see boss here
2 good packers; boy to drive a delivery wagon $.0,
boy about a drug-store, $5 a week: boy about gro-
cery-store, $5 a week ; porter for a saloon, $25 ; cook
for country hotel. $60. fare advanced; dish-washers,
$23 and $20: elderly man about kitchen, $>j to
$20, and others at W. D. . EWER i Co. S, 626
Clay st. - ■ ■- -' ■ ■ - "-
FARMER AND WIFE. $30 AND FOUND. SEE
X 1 boss here this uiuruluj. C. R. HANSEN * CO.,
110 '-ear) St. ■ - - • JI
I HA RAILROAD laborers FOR oreuon. no
I V\J ollice fee and fare reduced. Apply to C. K.
HANSEN A CO.. 110 Ueary st. *»
Cri RAILROAD SCRAPER-TEAMSTERS, WASII-
O\J lugton, 1 years' work, $35 and round; 26 days
for mouth's work; rare $8; noonicefee. Apply for
tickets to C. It. HANSEN .V CO.. 110 Geary St. It
WANTED-50 MINERS TO WORK IN COAL
>' mine up north: best of wages: steady work;
free fare: no office fee: go Monday, September 22,
1890. Seebo<sat C. R. HANSEN 4 CO., Employ
meiil Agents, 110 Geary st. se.il at
ASTRY-COOK AND BAKER; FIRST-CLASS
-I country hotel. $95; 2 waiters, restaurant, city,
$40; German head waiter, hotel, city, $35. C. R.
ha.nse.n & CO., 1 10 Geary st. seal at
C CARPENTERS. LONG JOB. COUNTRY, »2 60
0 a day and found: 10 ranch teamsters, to handle
grain. $40 and found; 30 scraper teamsters, to
rive it-wheel scrapers, with long lever handle, long
job. country, $30 and found; 2 laborers for a quartz
mill: - men to work in Iho woods, $:*5 and found;
laborers, city, $1 75 a day. C. R. HANSEN * CO.,
110 Geary st. _^j " c2l - 1
COOK, $60- 4 COOKS, $40 TO $50; 3 WAITERS,
; $35: French butler. $35; 4 men to work about
saw-mill, $30 and board; 10 farmers. $25: 25 wood-
choppers, *100; 20 laborers, $2 per day; barber,
country $16 a week: butter-maker, $35: milker,
$30. It. T. WARD & CO.. 610 Clay St. seal at
2 MEN AND WIVES ON FARMS. $15 AND »50;
-- 10 eoal-inlners. free fare. R. T. WARD 4 CO.,
610 Clay st. se2l at
I l: AILItO AD LABORERS, KOCKMEN,
JUU teamsters and axmen for Washington; get
tickets early Monday morning for $7 50 from R. T.
WARD & G<>. 610 Clay St. se2l 2t
001) JOBBING PLUMBER. JAMES MAN-
DERS, 952 Mission St. se22 31'
TKONU BOY; GERMAN PREFERRED. 216
Second St. e22 3t»
ITIBBT-CLASB advektisi.nu solicitors.
I. Apply 6 Eddy St.. Room 115, bet. 8:30 and 10 a.
it., anil 4 and 5 H. M. selfli 2t*
UABBEB WANTED. 319 SANSOiIL. BZBEET.
PAINTERS WANTED AT LUMIIAItI) ST., NEW
X building, bet. Leave:, worth and Hyde. It*
/ ()Mri:i I.M CASHIER — LARGE RETAIL
XJ Caney-goods house; references. 303 Kearuy St.,
Room 1. It*
•V'OUNG MAN AS BILL-CLEUK IN A WHOLE-
-1 sale house. Address with stamp, W. J. 11., Box
86, Call Branch Office. It*
TOUT. NEAT AMERICAN BOY ABOUT 16;
0 one not afraid of work: must give reference. NW.
cor. Dolores and Twenty-ninth its. It*
U'AIIER AT THE GOOD FELLOWS' QKOTTO,
cor. Market and Seventh sts. It*
OY TO DO ERRANDS; FROM 3 P. M. TO 8 P.
m. 514 Natoioast. If
OOD BARBEIt WANTED; STEADY. ALEX
SILVEY. 631 Kcarny st. It*
ANTED— HOUSE-PAINTERS FOB INSIDE
II work: clean workmen. 7 a. m.. Monday, United
States Restaurant, 544 to 550 Clay st. It*
BARBERS FOB COUNTRY: GOOD WAGES;
steady places. Apply from 12 to 1,540 Clay. It*
2 LABORERS. APPLY MISSION ST., NEAK
•^ Thirtieth, 7 A. m. It*
BARBKR WANTED FOR TUESDAY EVENING
and Wednesday at 774 Howard st. It*
1 C CARPENTERS; CLAY A.NO LYON". BET.
1 O 7 and Ba. m.. or 1727 Green st. after 5 P. M.
GEO. M. SALISBURY, builder. It*
I^IKST-CLASS PANTS FINISHERS WANTED;
' steady work. 19 Ellis St. It*
0 GOOD BARBERS FOR NEXT WEDNESDAY.
MORRIS & ENKLE, 104 O'l-arrt-ll St. It*
GENERAL TAILOR WANTED 101 l THE
country. 122 Fourth St. It*
IJAINTEi; WANTED. 1117 TAYLOR STREET.
1 It*
/ OOD PEOPLE FOR THE STAGE. ADDRESS
V.l stage, Box 100. Call Branch Office. It*
rnwo CARPENTERS, CALL EARLY AT 713
X Harrison St. It*
rpINSMITH AND GENERAL JOBBER; ALSO
X stove repairer. 133 Fourth st. It*
BARBER WANTED iOR WEDNESDAY. 403
I) Plan st : It*
OAT-MAKER WANTED. 626 WASHINGTON'
\J st., upstairs^ It*
n GOOD BARBERS FOR WEDNESDAY. 101
£ O'Farrell st. It*
PAINTERS' WANTED. NE. COR. ELLIS AND
X WebstrrBt3.; $2 50 a day : It*
GOOD SECOND COOK AT 1115 OAK STREET.
It*
0 CARPENTERS. 27 HAWTHORNE ST.. BET.
— see, and Third. It*
GOOD PAINTER. 1351 POST ST., 7 O'CLOCK.
Lr i*_
Ur ANTED— GOOD CAKE-BAKER. 431 LARKIN
St., Home Bakery. It*
IS t7-WA~SIIEU~WANTED AT 425 BUSH ST
It*
1 Il:-1-: I.ASS SECOND COOK WANTED. 7
r Stockton st. It*
rpHE NEW PENSION LAW-ATTENTION. SOL-
J. dlers and sailers — Not necessary to prove up from
comrades, only present disability; uo fee in ad-
vance; widows or soldiers a lid sailors are all entitled
to a pension: claims prosecuted with promptness and
dispatch. M. HARRIS, authorized V. H. Pension
Attorney, headquarters of Pacific Coast Pension
Claims, 14 Geary St.. San Francisco. It*
1 nriMEN FOR COFFEE, CAKE. STEW, HASH,
IV'v pork and beans, Hamburg steaks, each 2y 9 c,
at 44 and 725 Fourth. 1001 Market, 601 Saera-
lnento and 425 East sis. se2l ', I*
YOUNG MEN CAN HAVE FUEE lessons AND
X rree books for 1 month at lIUKGESS' BUSI-
NESS COLLEGE. 410 Kearny St. seal 7t*
\\' ANTED— GOOD SALESMAN; SALARY AND
i' good commission to right man. Apply bet. 8
and '.l:3o and 5 to 6 o'clock, singer Manufacturing
Company, 22 lost st. se2l tit
ll' A lEl> — A NORTH GERMAN FARMER.
»* with wife, for .small farm; only those who un-
derstand their business and desire to work need ap-
ply at Pacific Vinegar Works, 415 Fulton St., be-
tween 8 and 9 o'clock, Tuesday. se2l 3t*
CURST - CLASS PRESSMAN ON CLOAKS
r wanted. 904 Lark in st. se2l 3t*
BUSIIELMAN TAILOR FOR THE COUNTRY.
'» Apply 1112 Markets!. se2l 3t«
OOD BOY FOR A CLOAK AND SI IT HOUSE
VI with a good reference to make himself gener-
ally useful. Apply Boston Cloak and Suit House,
927 Market st. . se2l 2t
YOUNG MAN. THOROUGHLY UNDERSTANDS
X book-keeping, desires omce work; good penman
and quick at figures: car] give references or bonds.
Address C. C Box .», this office. se2l 2t«
U r ANTED IM M DIA TE LY-COMPETENT
" foreman for bridge work. Apply Room 8, 109
California st. se2l 2t
BOY IS YEAIiS OLD, WITH KNOWLEDUE OF
dry goods. 26 Sixth st. se2l 2t*
AN TED— FIRST-CLASS BOOK-KEEPER:
»' state age, former employ, how long employed
and how long Idle: salary $50 to $75 to start with.
Address T. F.. Box 118. Call Branch Office. so2l 2t
TIN-ROOFKRS WANTED. APPLY CONLIN i-
KOBt-KTS. 723 ailsslun St. 8620 3t«
/ILEUKS SKfcKINU POSITIONS AS SALESMEN,
\J salesladies, copyists, book-kee-pers, stenographers
obtain them, »'ier^s* Bureau. SOS Kearuy.Um.l. 20 3*
AGENTS WANTED— LAI)IESANI> OENTLEMEN
of good address can make $5 per day. Call at
HOPSEWOBTU'B GAI.LEIIV, l Fourth St. 19 7t
SINGLE-FURNISHED ROOMS! PER NIGHT,
ss>c up; pit week, SI up: cleanest house in cay.
WALDO HOUSE. 73.) Man St. se!9 7t*
W ANTED— ON UNION PACIFIC EXTENSION
" from Portland, Oregon, rockmen, laborers and
teamsters and teams at once. Apply to Howe ,v
KING, 737 Market St.. Boom 5. upstairs. selB 7t*
Af\ MINNA, DUBLIN ROUSE, BET. FIRST AND
j.\J Second— Good beds, 15 cents. selß Ira
\\" ANTED — YOUNG MEN OK MODERATE
• > means to purchase a merchant tailor-made
dress overcoat for $15, latest style, made by a
crack merchant tailor for 3:10. ORIGINAL MIS-
FIT CLOTHING PARLORS, cor. Post and Dupout
streets. ;
AN ACTIVE MAN OF GOOD ADDRESS TO REP-
XV resent Eastern publisher; call after 9. P. F.
COLLIER .V -CO.. 108 Murphy Building. au!2 tf
U' ANTED— MECHANICS AND OTHERS TO
know that they can buy a merchant tailor-made
Sunday suit for $'.10, made by a leading merchant
tailor for $40. ORIGINAL .MISHIT CLOTHINu
PARLORS, cor. Post and Dupont sts.
GOOD STEADY INDUSTRIOUS SOLICITORS
wanted to handle paying article. At 636 Clay
St.. Room 7. Call between 1 and 2p. m. sel6 7t*
11 ANTED-A MAN OF FINE ADDRESS AND
" Indomitable energy: remunerative employ-
ment to right party. F. PERSON, 893 Moutgora-
«y«t, ■ self tf
L'IKST-CLASS LADIES' TAILORS TO WORK IN-
side. BOWHAY. 702 Market st. se!7 7t«
\rACANCIES FOR 3 VIIIS.I MEN TO LEARN
telegraphing. Apply at office. 640 Clay. selß 7t
BAR HER SHOP; NEAR THIS CITY MUST BE
sold: cheap; also one In this city running 4
chairs steady. J. N. FRANK. 13 Mason st. 8016 tf
BARBERS' SITUATIONS PROMPTLY FILLED,
Bosses. Apply or address 13 Mason. J. FRANK.
IV ANTED — MEN FOR SINGLE FURNISHED
" rooms; $1 a week; -:■■■:.; i -..;. Elcho House,
BB3_l/ 2 Market St.. opposite Baldwin. au26 2m
U'ANTED-FIRST-CLASS ADVERTISING SO-
'• licitor; must be of good appearance, well ac-
quainted and have good references; a nrst-class po-
sition to the right man. Address X. L., Box 47. tub
«_«'«• | au7 tt
■ IV ANTED — GOOD ENERGETIC MAN. 513
" .Montgomery »t.. cor. Conunerclal, upsuirs. 3m
PENSIONS M LAW JUST PASSKD GIVES
all widows and disabled soldiers and sailors a
pension; no eTldence to furnish: no discnurge pa-
pers required; advice free; no advance cxpouse or
lee. Authorized registered U.S. pension attorney
years' experience), CAPT, JJI. BHEPARD, 319 Plna
st- adjulu'g Pension Office. San Francisco. Cal. lß3nl
SEAMF.N AND ORDINARY SEAMEN WANTED
Snipping Agency. 311 Pacllic st. ; ]ylt> 3in
AIOO.UUO MEN WANTED TO LOAN JIONET
■t\. on all articles at low ra' •*; mum (lcailnz.
PNCLE JACOBS, 613 Pacific St. _ auUf
It' ANTED — SEAMEN. ORDINARY SEAMEN
" at 313 Paclllc - ja^lJ tf
II'ANrKD— 500 MEN, HOWARD AND THIRD;
*" basement, Bea Hive, to eat free home cooked hot
lunch. with beer or wine. 3 its: open day A nlghLlitf
. AGENTS WANTED.
STANLEY'S OWN BOOK: THE TITLE IS -IN
Darkest Africa;" all others are frauds- proof
furnished, and agents wanted by A. L. BANCROFT
A CO., 132 Post at.. Sau Francisco. J O l7 tf cow
riIHEMOSTTHRILUNOLY INTERESTING SUB-
X scriptlon book ever published by the reteraa
showman P. T. Itanium; over 800 superb Illustra-
tions and colored plates; $5 a day guaranteed to
earuest workers: Illustrated circulars and full par-
ticulars free. Address Pacllic Publishing Company,
iy:iii Market St.. San Franrlsco. <!al. ■ sel'.' tf ■
VARTNEK3 WANTED.
U'XPERIENCEDMF.RCHANT SOME MEANS A3
•»-< partner In manufacturing business wanted. Ad-
dress Partner. Box 90. Call Branch Office, seal 3t*
pARTNER WITH SMALL CAPITAL IN MAN IT-
A facturlug business; no knowledge of the business
required.. CallOercke'a Hotel, corner Battery and
Greeu sts. - ' . . „ .. ■_ „ -. se2l at*
ANTED- PARTNER WITH $S0; GOOD PAY-
i »i Ing buslucss. BOOVa fourth st. ■ :,. ■ su2o 3t* -
/; - FURNITURE ■ WAXTKD.
T ANG * CO., BO7~JUSsioN ST.. PAY THE HIGH*
I i est cash price for furniture, carpets, etc. alUtt
A AYS SELL YOUR FURNITURE, OARPB IS
A etc., . to MARK LEVY, Kooiu 80, Murphy
Budding, and receive extra money. ap'.'J tr
GAN <S CO., 743 MISSION ST., PAY CASH FOR
XJ furniture, carpets, stoves or anything; stove*
repaired nud made equal to new. ]yl7 tf
* LARGE QUANTITY OF SECONDHAND r'Utt-
' .»'\ niture wanted; 20 per cent paid more tiianai?j-
wliere. MALONK. 34 Fourth at. ; new store inJ I.;
ftg cGABB, FOURTH ST., PAYS THE Hlua-
i»l est price for furniture, stoves, ranges, carpels.
MJ. SIMMONS *. CO., AUCTIONEERS, wTLtT
i»l. buy your luruiture, piauoi and books. Uj7
Market st. ap9tt
STANDARD FURNITURE COMPANY \VIl£
0 buy your furniture for rash or exchange v.«
[uruiture for old. 1015 Market st. aplg Bui
A LL SKCOND-HA.NU FURNITURE AND CAB."
+ \ pets bought, large or small loU; call or Mail
postal. KOMiNTHAU lIP Fourth noil::
■Ti LUNDY, 8-S M.UiKET ST., PATS IIIUIIESC
±J > price for second-band furniture. aps if
VOUCAN GET MORE MONEY FOR YOURS KoT
X ond-band furniture from •>. Noon AN * CO.,
iO'-'l Mission St.. nr. Sixth, than elsewhere ;.il 1 •■
~ HOUSKS WANTED. '
OUSES WANTEU-SOME DESIRABLE FLATsf
rl cottages and two-story bouses to nil the de-
mands of people returning from the country. I! uir,
jacoi:s.v iii:a.M">n. 313 Montgomery n. ■.-■ tf
~ IIOOMS WAXIKI)
WANTED— PARTLY KUUNISHEK FLAT OF 3
»' or 4 rooms In good location; suitable for dress-
making. Address D. M., Box 109, Cam Branca
omco. w-1 :»»
ISOAKDING WANTED.
I OARD AN D -JrOOMS WANTED uVmAnTm')
XJ his daughter in a private family: north of Mir-
ketst. T. LANI/RY. 486 Montgomery St. »e!7 tf
I'KUPKKTV WANTKU.
piECtToFI.MFROVKD FROPERTY^TTHirvT'
X ciuity of North Beach, from SIOOO to $lu,uuo;
Huts preferred. Address K. P., liox lit;, Cu.i,
Branch Offlce. seal Si«
MODERN RESIDENCE; 8 TO 12 ROOMS;
i>l Western Addition. Apply at once to iiAHV
JACOHS A- itKANIIOS. 31:< .Montgomery St. s~!:< 7i
DENTISTS.
kTthomas iTmuTTJDiTFEL'Lo Yvs r BCILU-
XJ lilt;; oaice hours, t) to 5. ap24 ejd
T^R. KEA. VIS MARKET, EXTRACTS TEETH
XJ for EOc; with gas lor »I : open evening* sen :c
/~i ET PRICES FOR ARTIFICIAL TEETH ~lJs
Ij gold from BLAKE BROS., dentist*, new chroni-
cle Building; extracting with sag. $1, jy2s tt
! / (ROOME DENTAL ASSOCIATION, 759 MARKET
Vat., but. Third and Fourth: gas specialists. auiTtl
DR. A. LUDLUM HILL, 1443 MARKET ST. ALL
.L/ operations in dentistry skillfully pcrfori lat
I reasonable prices: extracting 50c; gas given. au7 tf
A FULL SET OK TEETH FOR $7: FILLING AT
j\ lowest prices: work warranted. 1)H. .1. W.
KEY, 841 Market St., opp. Baldwin. aus tf
1 K. 11. AUSTIN, SURGEON DENTIST, KB-
I XJ moved to 7iy Market, near Bancroft's. Jyja ;f
I DR. CASSILLV3 PAINLESS DENTAL,
I XJ rooms, 9-0 Market st: best teeth $4 to £7: ex-
I tracting or filling '.'sc. to $1 : ball price to poor.a'J if
I TVR C. 11. WILSON. DENTIST,! B2S MARK C
XJsl.. bet. Fifth and Sixth, op p. Mason. deli if
~TI.L NEWSPAPERS HAD I.UMi AUTICLEsT?
l\ them stAtlug that the insane asylums are fall at
I people who took gas only once for painless tootaar.
traction and went crazy Sly secret painless inoiUjl
I Is wonderful. By its use any dental operation mi/
te done painlessly. Will for lei: JlOO tor any too:n
that I cannot extract without Bleep or g,ts, on
though a dozen dentists have failed to extract I*
All operations done better than elsewhere, sm : 1 I
bate seven first prizes tor beautiful Dlllags, ply.a
and crown work. There are 5 Lee* dentists. <>' i
open till 9:3!) p. m. i Sundays till £ c. v. an.
I bKOKGB W. LEEK. 6 O'FarrellsL oc9 tr
I 1 >EADTIFUL SET *7; PAINLESS EXTRACTING
I 1 > Doc: ([old plates: bridge work; crowns; W.rui;
at lowest rates. DR. C. A. FJEBBY. 8 Mason st dej :t
I / 'ULIOS DENTAL ASSOCIATION. 806 MARKET _
I \ st. (Pin-lan Building): gas specialists; posTiiveiy
j extract teeth without pun; only olUce that outkoj
I and gives the celebrated "Coltou lias"; 3U.UUU ret.
I erejices; established 1863; all operations in dentistry
I performed. DR. CHARLES W. DECKED le7 tf
fit 7 A SET FOR TEETH; WARRANTED •A3
C I good as can be made; filling *1. DR. SIMMS,
dentist, 930 Market St.. next Baldwin Theater.ocUf
MALL ADVERTISEMENTS AND BXTBSCRIP-
I O tlons taken at Call Branch oßices. 00 3 Lariiia
I Et., '-'.''J ilajos si and SSU Mission St.; vpaniili
H-.JUF. v. ivs.'
KI>UCATI»XAL. .
G-ENT TO TEACH ENGLISH RUDIMENTS AND
*i Spanish, one hour, twice m week. Address X. /. ,
Box 63. this office, stitlng terms. sc'Jl at»
I piANO LESSONS 50c. AT PUPIL'S OWN HOME;
J city references. C. R., Box 105, Call Kram-h
I Office. se2l if
pIANO TEACHER FROM I.EIPSIC CONSERVA-
I X tory of Music, *l per lesson. 626 liayes. sl'.» 4t*
| ADY, WITH THOROUGH MUSICAL EUUCA-
I tlon, desires giving lessons at pupils' Domes;
terms reasonable. Address Teacher, 703 Mar et
street. ■ • .' - . ■- sel7 7i*
I QPASISH OR FRENCH M'OKE.N IN 11i1.i..:
I months: new method. P.0.80x 1865.
I \7"OCAL LESSONS: APPLY DAILY, 1 TO 3 P. 11,
I T 330 Sutler st. PROF. OOIL VIE. an.. lin
T>BOP£S»OR IiUSTAV A- SCOTT, PIANO AMI
I J. organ, removed to 1115 Van Ness aye. aulj tr
I pBA.ND FREE ART EXHIBITION DAILY. ST
I VI Ann's Building. Room 103. Jy-'U Bin
OAKLAND SEMINARY, 6-'» KLEVENTH M.
] \J Oakland; for boarding and day pupils: the sum-
I roer term will open Monday, July 26, 1590. MRS.
31. K. BLAKE, Principal. lyl 3.11
I AAKLAND CLASSICAL AND ~MIEM >BY Ai i.'
I v/ emy, a select school for boy», will rA>en it U! -j -4
Oak St.. Oakland, July It), l&'Ji). ( Bhi-l W. 11.
O'Bl'.lEN, Superintendent. _,^ jyl 3 in
rpELEGKAPHY AND RAILROADING; 640CHY;
1 refer to our operators now in ottirev Je'-'O 6:11
SF. SCHOOL OF ORATORY-ALL BRANCHES
O. of elocution taught. IjUl DURRELL, 527 Post.
OCHOOLOK CIVIL, MININU AN MECUANIO\I.
O Engineering. Surveying. Architecture, Pu.m .-
Assaying. A.VANDEKNAILLEN.7a3Mack't. -J1.."
HEALD'S BUSIINESS COLLEUE. M POST »I
XX Uouble-entry book-keeping, penmanship, sh<jr«-
band, type-writing, telegraphy, etc, ali iii'j.il-,1 .
tutlness course under one lee of $75. ]e it) .:
PACIFIC BUSINESS COLLEGE. 320 POSt ,t
X Lite scholarship. $75: day ann evening. oc-M.:
ASTROLOGY.
rpHE WONDERFUL CLAI RVOYANT~ A i '
X seeress, reveals past, present and future: Is
healer, 211 Third St., upstairs. n2l 3t<
\fRS. DR. LAMBERT, GERMAN FORTUNK-
iM. teller, marriage 'inrc:iu. 1- 1 o'Farrell. sel'O 7"
\?ME." MOREAI', 73 FOURTn ST.. REVEALS-
Ivi- past, present ana future: fee 25c. sel I .' -
MME. SCHMIDT, FROM VIENNA; MUST KK-
ill nowned : revealing life's future events : ladles $1 .
gentlemen ?'.', by mali «a, oaice 85(3 Ml.islon.srl3 tf
GREATEST rOBTUHK-TKLIJCB IN Till CITY:
VJT reveals past, present and future. Call anil Ma
MISS LELAM). 7Si* Mission St.. uear Fourth: fee.
ladies 60c, geiitltiaou $1: lucky charms. myBlt
\IME. ATALANTA. WONDERFUL MEDiI M:
1" tells en Ire life from cradle to grave: seventh
daughter of the seventh: burn with duubld veil:
lias uo equal; 6Uc and tl. »B3 Howard St. au.tl U
MME. DR. THOMAS, SCIENTIFIC YOUNtt
HI revealer by eggs and cards: tells the satire life,
past, present and future: culminations on aH :*tr ur-.
nothing excepted : name Riven, valuable advice and
sure help; mistake Impossible; written charts In
English and (ieriiian; imports genuine Hungarian
Gypsy Powder for love an 1 luck; diseases cared;
I fee $1; letter $i. S3 Taylor at. auJo ti*
[ XI ME. EXODIUS, CLAIRVOYANT, KEMOVKINi
I ivl to IUB7 Market, bet, tfth ami 7th.Koi>m L'.)ylBi. ,
AUGUSTA LEOLA, FORTUNE-TELLER AND
£\ clairvoyant; magic charms; love tokens: shows
trne pictures of future husbands and wives: teaches
fortune. i'3'.'O Missions;., nr. 'Join: fee «T. 1y26 l-.'m»
\ISIJi, WALTERS, 317 TEH AX A ST., MS. 4CH:
ill fortunes told; ladles. 8Bc; cents. 50c: open sun.
ME. SHMIO, FROM VIENNA: .MOST It..
ivl nowned: revealing life's future events: ladles $1,
gentlemen -VJ. by mall $.^. Office Mission, njr-tf
- ' ATTOISNEVS-AT-I.AW.
» DYICB " FRKkV SPECIALTY^ DITOKCES
J\ privately, quick time, lejal everywhere: collec-
tions, etc.; terms moderate; no charge unless suc-
cessful; attorneys all courts; cstab'd 10 years. Law
ottice. <i. W. HOWE Jt CO.. 2ti Kearny st. «alB tf
» DVICE FREE; DIVORCES A SPECIALY: NO
/V publicity; quickest time: legal everywhere:
terms reasonable: no charge unless successful: ait
another casesatlaw. both civil and criminal, pmh - 1
I vigorously: collections, wills, etc. T. KMil.t.v,
ATTORNEYS' ASSOCIATION. 11 Kenrny M |e»*u
JOHN A. WALL. ATTORN KY AT LAW. •Jtij
0 Sansome St.. Rooms 10. 11 and IS, mjlA •
11." W. DAVIDSON. ATIORNEV-AI-LAW, ■» 1 i
»' . California St.. K.ioins 1 1-15: .ulvi.-e true, il . ..'
■m \ssa<;k.
OSA IIERItEKT;ToUNO FOKTI NrViEl.l.l
j XVoOcandsl. 889 Mission St. upstairs. te'il .-.
| y HOSE CLEVELAND, FROM SEW YORK~!
Zj. LILY, from Denver. 86JV a Market St.,
Room 12. selH 7t« •
DITH C. ROBERTS. ELECTRICIAN; LAI
Hi attendants for masuge and baths; day and Sir.i-
day 10 to 10. 859 Mission St. 8619 71
Dl 7 O'FARRELL-MME. HANSON AND ASSIS
OX I tant: salt water and vapor baths; masque
cures rheumatism; spiritual ilttlngs. selB luio
1 ADY JUST FROM THE EAST GIVES MAS-
Xj sage. «05 Bush St.. Room '27. sel 7 71
"\IASSAGE— MAUD DE FOREST. Nil I! i
111 House, cor. Third and Market, Room 18. 13 U
I)OSE DM LAFONT— BEST MASS AUK 917 M V .
J> ketst. farlor-i 3 and 4. invJlt)
__^ LKOAI. NOTICES. __1^
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT. IN AND for t.ii;
X City and county of San Francisco, state of Ca!t-
fornia. Department If O. 6 — ln the matter of the ap-
plicltlonof KKDWOOD MANUFACTURERS' AS-
I SOCIATION, acorporatlon, to dissolve and disi .■
corporate— No. 3O,v;sG— Notice Is hereby given that
the KKHWOOI) MANUFACTURERS' ASSOCIA-
TION, a corporation, organized under and by virtu 1
of the laws of th« State of California and having Its
principal place of business In the City and Connli
of San Francisco. State aforesaid, has made Its
application to the Superior Court of said city an. I .
county for its dissolution, and that Wednesday, the
24th day of September, A. I). lwio. at the opening
of said court, or as soon thereafter as cuuusei can
be heard. In the court-room of Department No. 6 of
said Superior Court, at the new City Hall. In sal I
City and County of San Francisco, are the time ami
place set for the hearing of s-tld application.
In witness whereof 1 have hereunto set my li in i
and affixed the seal of said Superior Court, at my
office, in the City and County of San Francisco,
1 State of California, this loth day ol August, A. D.
1880.
[Skax.] WILLIAM A. DA VIES, Clcrt
>V. J. IIENEY, Deputy Clerk.
A. N. Dk»wn. Attorney fur Applicant. an! 7 t'l
~^ ' niOI'OSAM.
Carters department oftheco-
XX luuibia, Oince of the Chief Quartermaster, Van-
couver Barracks. Wash., September 18, IX9O.
Sealed proposals, in triplicate, will bo received hern
until 11 o'clock, a. M., October 18. 1801). and then
opened, for furnishing stationery required In the
Department of the Columbia. All Information fur-
nished on application here. The U. 8. reserves the
right to reject any or all proposals. Preference
Riven to articles of domestic production or mauii-
tacture, conditions of quality and price (Including .
In the price of articles of foreign production or
manufacture the duty thereon) being equal, and
such preference given to articles or American pro- . -
duction, or manufacture produced on the Pacific
Coast to the extent of the consumption required by
the public service there. Envelopes contalulug pro
posals should be marked: "Proposals for station
cry," and addressed to J. 0. C. LEE, Major anc
t'lilef (Quartermaster. -■ -„ . aeiotil only 2.

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