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THE MORNING CALL
Has a larger dilation ilian any oilier
newspaper piibilslit-.l in *•*■■*"» Fraucisco.
PUBLICATION OFFICE:
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o'clock r. m. I!KAI"CH OFFICES: 710 Market
street, near Kearny, open nntll 12 o'clock 111101111*111:
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Larkln street, open until 9:30 o'clock ; 2518 Mission
street, »*x:n until 9 o'clock r. it., and 116 Mntli
street, open until 9:30 p. m.
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AICTION SALES TO-DAY.
• I't'BNni kk.- -By M. J. Simmons, at 0-1 Turk
St., at 11 o clock. .
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BAN" let-.. 181 O, Nov. 3, 1890-6 P. M.J
Synopsis for the I'"-' Twenty-four Hours.
The barometer lias fallen In Eastern Washington.
Western Nevada, Eastern Oregon and Southern
California; elsewhere has risen. The barometer is
hl"best in Western Washington and ln Northern
Nevada, and Is lowest in Southern California. The
temperature baa fallen iv Oregon, Washington and
Southeastern California; eUewhere baa risen, espe
cially In Southwestern California. The weather
has been fair 1:1 all districts.
Forecast Till 8 F. .M. Tuesday.
For Northern California— weather; winds
generally westerly; nearly stationary temperature:
I*l -■- in Western Nevada and eastern portion of
Northern California.
For Southern California— Fair weather: north
to welt winds; Dearly stationary temperature, ex
cept cooler ln the western portion.
For Oregon— lair weather; variable winds; cooler,
except nearly stationary temperature iv the south
east portion; trusts in exposed places.
For Washington— Fair weather, except light rain
at Fort Canbr; cooler, except nearly stationary tem
perature in the northwest portion; variable winds
becoming westerly; frosts in exposed places.
Joan* P. FINLKT.
Lieutenant Signal Corps (lv charge).
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NOTICE!
Any of our patrons who fail to find
THE" MORNING CALL for sale by
train-boys will confer a favor by noti
fying this office of the fact, naming the
date and train.
ADVICE TO VOTERS. '
The Call advises every person who is
entitled to a vote in this city to go to the
polls and cast his ballot in opposition to
the Buckley plunderers. We believe, all
things considered, that it is best to vote for
the Bepubiican candidates, for such a policy
will he more likely to put down the vicious
crowd which has been plundering the people
than any other. In any event, not a single
candidate upon Buckley's ticket otiuht to be
voted for. Some of our citizens have here
tofore gone upon the principle that they
could vote for a portii n of Buckley's candi.
dates witli saff ty, but such has not been the
case. Men who consent to assist Hockley
vs ith their names even, we take it for granted,
ought not to be elected. Consider the vicious
it ins of a person taking a position upon Buck
le*, ticket, when he must know that what
he Is doing will teed to elect bad men, such,
for instance, as we have had for several
yeats past as Supervisors.
SIEBE FOX ASSESSOR.
Great efforts are being mace to defeat the
Kepublican candidate for Assessor. Buckley
knows that lie cannot save the whole ticket
and he is concentrating his force on the
office that svill be the most valuable to him.
The Assessorsbio is valuable in two ways.
It affords places for a large number of men,
and it gives the Assessor power, if he is so
disposed, tit realize large sums by increasing
or decreasing valuations. Now, the real
question to determine is if Buckley Is a
proper person to exercise such power. Are
Democrats, who know something of his
methods, satisfied to entrust Buckley is ith
the power to fix both Ihe rate of taxation and
the value of taxable property? The Call
feel- justified in assuming that Buckley will
control the office if his candidate is elected,
from the fact that he has exercised such
power in the past What have Democratic
officials succeeded in doing that Buckley has
not wanted done? Examples may be found
in the last Legislature and the present
Board of Supervisors. The value of real es
tate in this city is largely a matter of opinion,
In some cases we find it valued up toils mar
ket value and in others far below it. The
Board of Equalization has something to say
about values, but the board is not. supposed
to know what influences have determined
the values presented to them. Mr. .siebe,
the Bepubiican candidate for Assessor, has
a business record which insures a faithful
performance of the duties of the office if the
people elect him.
A PERSONAL CANVASS.
Clunie is asking voters in the Fifth Dis
trict to scratch the Republican candidate
and vote for him. He thinks he may be in a
position to do something for Bepublieans
who comply witn his request Of course
there is no law against this method of elec
tioneering. But it looks like a surrender of
his ticket and an admission that the princi
ples of the party he represents are not pop
ular. Clunie has made a personal canvass
from the start. lie bases his claim to a re
election on the assertion tuat he persuaded
a Kepublican Congress to make certain ap
propriations for public buildings in his dis
trict. It would be much more to the purpose
if Buckley's candidate for Congress could
show that his votes in that body had been
of a character to promote the industries in
which the people of California are engaged.
Ot'K FRUIT INIKRESTS IN DANGER.
If Ferral and Clunie should be elected
from tiie Fourth and Fifth districts and their
votes should repeal the present tariff, Cali
fornia fruit-growers would be exposed to a
heavy loss. Orchards und vineyards have
been planted in the expectation that their
product* would be protected. The Mills
"bill, which passed the House two years ago,
left fruit-growers to take care of themselves.
Should the next House be Democratic the
Mills bill would, without doubt, be revived.
Democrats will contend, and with much
show of truth, that the people had filially
decided in favor of that bill. California
should send six Republican members to the
Fifty-second Congress.
. GOAD WILL BE Tillltl).
The two Democratic papers are imploring
tbeir readers to vote for Goad to prevent
the election of O'Donnell. When the smoke
of tie- conflict clears up the Buckley candi
date will probably be found third in the
race. One-half the votes cast for O'Donnell
and nearly all those cast for McDonald will
come from the combined Democratic tickets.
TUX I Itt'l ti HURTS.
The Alia California is frenzied at the
statement that one of the Demnr.ratie papers
in the city belongs to one United States
Senator and the other ' to the other United
States Senator. But the j\lta does not so
far svrcng itself as to deny the statement.' v
WILL '<- STAY AT HOME.
Probably one-third '■ of the : Democrats of
California I are at heart in favor of the Mc-
Kinley tariff. J But many of j them will cast
half a Vi.te ; for- the J tariff ' by . remaining at
home.
VOTE A STRAIGHT TICKET.
The Call urges" Republicans to go to the
polls to-day and vote a straight ticket Do
this for the good of the city, and to prove
that we understand Buckley is only to be
got rid of by the most decisive action. It
will be suicidal for Republicans to scratch
their tickets to-day and tons aid some of
Buckley's worst men to again obtain oflVe.
Scratching tickets by RepuWicanswill.be
the height of tolly. '
THE EXACT FU.IIIES.
A few days since The Call printed an
article intended to illustrate the effect the
McKinley Tariff Bill would have upon our
foreign trade. The Alia had announced
that "the foreign trade of San Francisco,
tinting to $60,000,000 a year, would be
largely sacrificed should the McKinley tariff
remain in force. The Journal of Commerce
kindly corrects these figures, and states that
the McKinley bill does not affect so large a
proportion of importations as the article
supposed. That our readers may not be led
astray by an article that was intended
mainly as an illustration, we give the exact
statement of our foreign trade as we find it
iv the columns of our commercial contempo-
rary. In the year 1889 our imports were
151,288,308; exports. 535.033.194; total, $86,
--321,500. Our contemporary adds: "The im
portations of goods affected by the McKinley
bill have never exceeded 88,311,002, the im
portations of last year, and have usually
fallen much short of it." If but a little
more than $8,000,000 of our importations are
affected by the Mi-Kinley tariff, the loss to
our foreign trade cannot well be greater. It
certainly will cot prevent the importation of
articles on which the duties are not in
creased. We aro reminded also that our
sugar imports for last year were 815,176,148,
anil in the same paragraph the prediction is
made that it will be twenty years before
even a small proportion of the importations
affected by the McKinley bill will be made
in this State. We venture the prediction
that under the McKinley tariff the greater
part of the sugar we nosy import will be pro
duced in this State within four years, if the
act remain in force so long. The Journal
speaks of iron, steel and manufactures of
woolen, cotton and linen goods as articles
ihat sslil not be produced in this State. We
venture the prediction, ou the other hand,
that except drugs, chemicals, opium and ce
ment, every kind of goods mentioned ns
forming the bulk of our imports -will within
ten years be the product of tlie soil and
labor of California.
A BUCKLEY ORGANIZATION.
We publish the follosving communication
in relation to the burning of tbe Graud Hotel
in this city on Monday morning:
Old firemen declare that the fire svas the
woist managed affair they ever saw. Buck
ley's lambs strolled along one or two hours
lifter the second alarm. Then engines svere
sent away, as they claimed they hadn't water
enough to keep them all going. Various
other excuses were offered, but Buckley,
Kr.iney & Co. were blamed. If the fire ap
paratus was not able to cope with such a
conflagration, it svas because the money svas
not used to good advantage. If the water
mains are nut large enough, what excuse
lias Buck ley's Board of Supervisors got to
offer?
It is pretty well understood that the Fire
Department is not what it ought to be, that
it contains men svho should not be in there.
The department should not be run as a po
litical machine, which it is generally charged
svith dug. If Buckley's ticket for muni
cipal officers should be successful to-day, it
is understood that the Fire Department svill
scon be even worse than it is at present.
AGAINST SII. VEIL
There is no vote on record svhich shows
the Democratic party in favor of the free
coinage of silver. A good many Democrats
voted in favor of an amendment to the Sil
ver Bill, then before the House, which pro
vided for free coinage, but there is no reason
to believe that a majority of either House
would have voted for a free coinage bill < n
its final passage. There was a general be
lief that President Harrison svould veto a
free coinage bill if one should pass, and
Democrats voted for the free coinage amend
ment without, any expectation that the
Silver Bill with that amendment would be-
come a lass-. ButClimis Is trying to make
tire people of the Fifth District believe that
he favors free silver coinage.
POOH OPINION OF DECOYS.
The Call has not much consideration for
candidates who lend their names to Buckley
in order to trick our citizens into the elec
tion of plunderers again. What business
has a respectable man to lend his name to
Buckloy when he knows that Buckley holds
him up as a decoy to dupe voters? Candi
dates of this description should be shown
that the public do not believe in the kind of
goodness and honesty which assists in ele
vating plunderers to office, lf men are so
infatuate for office as to run with Buckley
they ought to In* defe ited.
PARTISAN .11 IK.
We are often told that Judges shouid be
elected without leg ircl to their party politics.
But a partisan Judge may be the most dan
gerous official that can be elected. We base
seen men in judicial positions in San Fran
cisco who appeared ta havo been selected for
the express put pose of protecting Buckley
strikers. If so-termed Democratic Judges
fear to disobey Buckley, it is time to elect
Republican Judges.
a STALK TKICK.
No one should be caught with the stale
trick svhich is now being played by Buck
ley's wolves and lambs. That is, the effort
to gain votes for Goad by expressing fear
that O'Donnell will be elected Mayor unless
Republicans go to the support of Buckley's
man Goad. Buckley's man Goad should be
the last man to receive a vote irom any per
son, for we have had quite enough of Buck
leyism.
TOO COMMON.
A Buckley organ says that the commonest
of campaign tricks is to circulate stories
against candidates a day or two before elec
tion, when there is no time to refute them.
That dodge tost Garfield the electoral vote
of California in 1880, but it will be found
less effective in 1890. Tne trick has become
too common.
TOtcn NOT PITCH.
We are urged to vote, for Buckley's can
didates for Judges. Tub Call says you
cannot touch pitch with impunity. Is it
proper lhat the svorst element in San Fran
cisco should select Judges for us? The Call
says put an end to Mich simplicity. -J •
BK hi' ltl. IO VI, TE.
. No legal voter should fail to vote. Voting
is a duty as svell as a privilege. The ballot
box open* the wav to a redress of all wrongs,
without bloodshed or violence. The verdict
of the people is one from which no political
boss dare appeal.
NO SCRATCHED TICKETS.
It is no time to scratch tickets to aid a
fesv of Buckley's wolves and lambs. We
urge our citizens not to scratch tlieir ticket.
Vote emphatically to stump out the foul
blot Of bossism in this .ity.
ONLY I ill I I sl OK*.
The Alia California declares ses'cral of
the Buekiey candidates to be men of j the
highest type. The Alt<t does not seem to be
conscious that Buckley is the type, and his
candidates only imitators. rr-'"
A I.ITTL_.:MOKfci THAN lull I.l.l:.
: In 1889 a Democratic Controller asked for
$500,000 for State prisons.' Buckley's Legis
lature asked $1,058,000. But Buckley prom
ises to be more economical next year.
DON'T j TOUCH I THEM.
- Republicans will make a mistake by touch
ing any of Buckley's candidates, for no
names are there except those which will help
the boss. . ■ - : - . ■ •
PAY J lit A i: I.S.
J* If, voters temporize with the Buckley gang
to-day they may expect to pay for their folly
dearly before the struggle is over.
THE MORNING CALL, SAN FRANCTSCO, TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 4. 1890-EIGHT PAGES.
' tOP OF!' THE BA.KNACI.ES.
It is as much for the Interests of Demo
crats as Republicans to stamp out the rule
of the plunderers, for no Democrat who will
not truckle to Buckley can possibly obtain
an office. Clean out the eorruptionists,* ami
honest Democrats will then have a chance
to obtain a nomination for office.- If we can
rid the city of the cang which lias robbed
the people for several years past, we can
then dispose of the lesser would-be bosses-
What The Call is after is an honest muni
cipal government, one iii which we shall not
be plundered. The very name of the boss
has become odious, but not much more so
than the men who have been playing into
his hands. We advise voters to drop every
candidate who has truckled to Buckley and
his gang, for be assured such material will
not prove valuable to the public.
NO KEI'UUMCAN KING.
The Call will not select one or two Re
publican candidates for Supervisors and
advise the people to vote for them. We urge
upon voters to vote the entire Republican
ticket lf the Republican candidates are
elected there svill be no ring formed in alli
ance with Buckley or otherwise. The boss
tactics are to select certain men on each
ticket whom they know that they can control.
A ring formed in part of Republicans and
in part of Democrats would be as objection
able as one composed entirely of either party.
We do not know but there may be two or
three Republicans who could be formed into
a ring, but we are confident that there are
good men enough on the Republican ticket
to prevent the formation of a ring for cor
rupt purposes, if all are elected.- -'"-.-*; -'
THE SAME OLD GAME.
In 18S0 the Morey letter was scattered
broadcast over the State in a fac-sirnile form.
Some persons who were acquainted with
Garfield's hand-writing were deceived into
the belief that it was genuine. Mr. Gar
field's denial broke the force of the letter,
but still some thousands voted the Demo
cratic ticket who, but for the letter, would
have voted the Republican. The same
game is • being triad again. The Buckley
crowd kept the so-called "' Old Pard " latter
under lock and key until about five days
before the election, and then started out to
find Markham, who svas announced to speak
every night until election day. Would a
genuine letter have been kept from sight
until the last moment?
POSSIBLY A TIE.
The Republican Congressional Committee
expect to carry the next House by from
seven to ten majority. The Democrats hope
to carry it by a larger majority. It is not
improbable that the tsvo members from the
Fourth aud Fifth California districts svill
determine the complexion of the use.
The electiou of Cutting in one and Loud in
the ether may save the McKinley tariff, the
Silver Act and the sugar bounty. The
California farmer svho votes for a Demo
cratic candidate for Congress takes the
chances of voting money out of his osvn
pocket. ___________
THE SCHOOL. HOARD.
It is generally admitted that John Swett
will be elected Superintendent of Schools.
Voters should bear in mind that the efficiency
of the Superintendent iii be much impaired
by the election of a Buckley Board of
Directors. Should Ton Buckley candidates
be elected they would have power to prevent
the changes which are necessary to make the
School Department thoroughly non-parti
Mr. Ssvett was consulted by the convention
in the selection of candidates for the board
and those nominated svere indorsed by lain
and other well-known educators.
LOOK OUT FOB FRAUDS.
We wish to call attention to frauds which,
in all probability, will be attempted to-day.
Keep in mind the election tsvo years ago.
Fraudulent voting will lit* again attempted,
for men who svill do what was done two
years ago will not hesitate at almost any
thing iv order to get their hand 3 into the
treasury again. : '-y- -
TUE lai'OBTA.NCE OF VOTES.
Should our citizens permit the plunderers
to renew their hold upon the more impor
tant city offices, we may expect to see the
Buckley regime stronger than ever. In view
of such a contingency every vote cast may
be Important. Every good citizen should
spare time to go to the polls and vote.
A PROMISING YOUNG MAN.
In 18*50 a Democratic Controller estimated
the needs of the Insane Asylum at 5'J75,000.
A Buckley Legislature appropriated fur the
same purpose S-J.jtT'J.oob. Buckley promises
to be more economical ii the people will give
him one more chance.
VOTED AGAINST IT.
Clunie thinks he ought to he sent back lo
Congress on the strength of his assertions
that he fixed the Tariff Bill to help Califor
nia interests, and then voted against it. The
part of Cluuie's assertions that is true is
that he voted again the bill.
NECK AND NECK.
A Buckley organ thinks that Goad and
O'Donnell are running a neok-and-ncck race
with no one else in sight. This may be
true, but the race between them is for sec
ond or third place. Sanderson is out of
sight, ahead of either.
THE MIKADO'S .SUBJECTS.
A Union Ore-nnizvcl fur tlie Promotion of
Social Intercourse.
Over five hundred Japanese met at Sara
toga Hall last night for the purpose of or
ganizing a union for the promotion of social
intercourse The occasion being also the
thirty-ninth anniversary of the birth of the
present Emperor, Mutsuhita-Kiuco, much
enthusiasm was manifested.
The mectiiiK svas called to- order by the
Chairman, Avas liatiori, who made a brief
speech, stating the object of the meeting.
Ho was followed by other prominent Jap
anese, among whom ss as Mr. S. Senda, the
newly appointed Japanese Consul, wlm ar
rived litre last bunday. After completing
a permanent organization, Tsulo Sucasvara
svas elected President of the union. The re
port of the Committee on Constitution and
By-laws evoked a stormy burst of Japanese
oratory, ending, however, in the adoption of
the instrument presented. The meeting
then adjourned, to meet again at the call of
the Chair.
THE FKKE BATHS.
Women as Hindi n* Men .Inclined to Util
ize «-m.
The Lick Public Baths opened yesterday
with a rush. A veiy few minutes after 1
o'clock, the hour for oiening, every bath
room had nn occupant and the waiting-room
contained ninny anxious for a turn. A crosvd
of curious people blocked the entrance to
the building. '
"It look* as though the baths will be a
success," said Superintendent O. W. Merritt
:to a Call reporter. "By 4 o'clock this af
ternoon we accommodated over 200 people,
and turned many assay. The ladies seem as
inclined to utilize the baths as the men.
"This blue ticket," handing the reporter
a small card of that color about an inch
wide by two in length, "is for a free bath,
the bather furnishing his osvn towel. This
yellow one costs five and this red one ten
cents, we furnishing one and two , towels re
pec'.ively to the bather, lf the press con
tinues sve will have to disappoint mauy ap- -
plicants." -
— . J"J-t*-t
A Jewelry-Store Robbed.: :
J. D. - Hammond, . jeweler, ICiil Market
street, . was surprised yesterday morning on
entering his store to see it completely ran
sacked ' and '. its ' valuable contents missing.
The place had been entered during the
night by burglars who carried away every
thing they considered worth packing tip."
Several hundred dollars' worth of jewelry
was stolen, and only the property in the safe
escaped the burglars. ■ The police were noti
fied as soon as possible, and detectives are
now busy trying to find the . thieves. - None
of the booty was recovered yesterday.
Hirsch'* Cms Continued.
The preliminary hearing of ■ the case of
Charles J. Hirsch, one of the proprietors of
the Evening Post, charged with libel wss
postponed yesterday in Judge Kix's court
until Friday afternoon. - "•
. California glace fruits, 50c Ib. Towusead's.' ;
.j Visit Gettysburg Pauoiama, Market at'idtu. • :
'--'t .-~'y yz .»- — _____ .... -...- ...... v'j
• Showcasks at Miller & Co.'s, 414 market st. *
' ' The Lewlston Teller. Idaho, has entered
its fifteenth • year, of . publication.'; lt has
never missed an issue. .
NO TIME WASTED.
A Brief Meeting of the Board
of Supervisors.
*'- - . ■ ..- : :
The Beard of Supervisors convened last
evening and in the absence of I Mayor Pond
Supervisor Becker occupied tho chair. j The
following were ; present: Supervisors
Wright, Boyd, Pescia, : Ellert, * Wheelan,
Pilster, King well, Barry and Noble. j
The following petitions, J protests, etc.,
were received and referred to the proper,
committees: From John Schaefer for per-'
mission :to remove a building from 122 Ful
ton street to Turk street, between Steiner
and Pine; : from property-owners J for the
grading, sewering and J macadamizing of
Maple street, between ; Clay and Sacra
mento; from the Point Lobos Association
for the erection of hydrants, a fire-alarm
box and a fully equipped engine company
in the district known as Richmond; from
property-owners for the grading of Green
street, between Scott and Devisadero ; and
from property-owners for permission to
present their views . before a franchise is
granted the Mission-street railroad to ex
tend its line. ■- < ■
A communication was received from the
City and County Attorney advising that
the name of Amity alley be stricken from
the city map and also giving it as his opinion
I that the assessment lor the grading of the
1 crossing of Tsventy-fifth street and rotrero
avenue as appealed from by J. M. Lynch
is valid as to the objections raised.
A reference to tue Street Committee was
oidi'ieilot the resolutions to establish grades
on Diamond at Twenty-second, Alvarado and
Twenty-third streets.
The application of C. D. Vincent to be re
leased from his contract to pave Kentucky
street, btttsveen Fourth and Denmark,
created a little discussion.
Supervisor Barry moved to have the mat
ter indefinitely postponed, stating that Vin
cent desired to be released from his con
tract on the ground that the railroad com
pany at present is unss illiug to pay its pro
rata of the expense.
Supervisor Kllert asked if there is any
probability of the board being able to pre
vail upon the company to comply with the
wishes of the property-owners.
Supervisor Barry was of the opinion that
the matter could be settled with satisfac
tion, and for this reason he svas unwilling to
release Vincent from his contract.
; The other members of the board coincided
with him nnd action on the application was
indefinitely postponed.
The application of the rotrero and San
Francisco Toll Koad Company, for a fran
chise to maintain a toll road on Kentucky
street, from Fourth to Sixth avenues south,
for a neriod of eighteen months, was in
definitely postponed.
The Fidelia Vereiu was granted permis
sion to suspend a banner across Market
street, near Fourth, announcing a masquer
ade ball
, George W. Ho^an and George Douglass
were appointed driven of police patrol
wagons at a monthly salary of SCO.
Supervisor Wright objected to having
tliese places filled by the Chief of Police,
declaring that lie svas desirous of making
"a dying effort" to name an appointee.
The board, however, thought the appoint
ments of the Chief satisfactory. Adjourn
ment followed.
KAITNO NOTES.
Firenzi lv Another Race In the East.
Vida Wilkes' Work.
The Blood-horse meeting will most prob
ably be shorn of one of its leading features
by the absence of Salvator and Firenzi, who,
the Directors t l . ought, could be obtained
simply for exhibition purposes from Mr.
llacgiu and John Mitt-key. Hardly a horse
man on the Coast but thought that the King
• and Queen of the turf ss'ere on tlieir way
from the East to the Kaneho del Paso farm,
and some even believed that they bad
arrived there last week. It svill be there
fore quite a surprise to ninny to be in
formed that yesterday .Firenzi was started
at i.iiiticn in a mile and a quarter race,
carrying 127 pounds, and svith Garrison as
her pilot. JDemutb, 108, Taylor; Uassius,
100, Taral: Iteporter, 103, Lumley; Stock
ton, 114. .Littletield, ami Klyton, '.10, Olaytpn,
■started against her. With a belief that a
mistake had been made in the name and
that firenzi would never be pulled out at
a • third-rate • side-show meeting to go
in an over-weight handicap aftuir, the local
pool-room players held strongly aloof from
her and let her price of 8 to 5 severely alone
.t first. They thought she svas ouly posted
for a blind aud ssould surely bo scratched,
liut no lino was ever run through her mime
and finally she went to the post at cv«n
money. P'irenzt, according to the pool-room
descriptions, just squeezed home a winner
by a nose from Delimit), Cassias third,
lime. 2:08*4* Why it was concluded . to
start the mare is one of the mysteries only
solvable when John Mackey returns. As
Mat-Key went expressly East to bring her
aud balva'or beck together, their non-ap
pearance at the Blood-horse races seems
almost absurd.
The Bay District Track was too heavy
yesterday morning from a rather too-) leu ti
ful ss aiding to allow the harness cracks
quartered at the course to do any fast,
svork, and quito a number of horsemen svlto
came out to see fast miles svere disappointed
"and went back to town. In the afternoon,
however, the track dried up very rapidly
and svas very fast Sunol svas brought out
and sent a mile in 2:14, as s\*as bUmbotll.
l'alo Alto svent in 2:16. Vida Wilkes, the
crack two-year-t.ld filly of the Corbelt
stable, showed tsvo remarkably fast work
ing miles in 2:22 and 2:111. As she has
only a notch of 2:18% to go against as a
record, she should, when she is sent out for
keeps, have no difficulty after her exhibition
of yesterday to take another champion mark
back svith her to San Mateo.
Arrangements for special events are being
made for the two dates set for next week,
when the cracks will have further trials
against the records. A match lace between
the fast side-wheelers, Adams and Almont
Patchen, is talked of, and to specially
please Admiral l'eter Brandon a two-mile
aiid-tc)ieal trot may be added to the pro
gramme, so that the gallant mariner can
show svhat a stayer from Stayerville Foxy
V IS. ' ' -. .' ■ -. r J y,, .
Arrival of Another Whaler.
The whaling schooner Jane Gray, Captain
Kt-lley, .arrived in port last evening, alter a
pas.-aue of eighteen days from the Fox
Island.-, bringing «ixty-seven barrels of oil
and 1000 pounds of hone, bhe brought no
further uesvs from the whalers yet up
north. :-"."■''•■ - -■*-" ■■ : .'* ;
If vm* have catarrh, you are in danger, as the
disease is [fable to become chronic and affect your
general health, or : develop into ■ consumption. .
Hood's Sarsaparilla cures catarrh.
Angostura Bitters Is universally conceded to he
the best appetizer ln the world. Manufactured by
Dr. J. G. B. Slegert & Sons. = At all druggists.
Highland Brand of Mlik is a rich cream of deli
clous natural flavor. Try it for coffee. -'-<■*-*-
Pin ham's ii act like magic un aw ak stomach
Extha mince pies. ' Swain's. 213 Sutter street
NOTICK Of .IIKhTINI'S.
ITS' <> it nt il Lodge. No. 144. Y. & m
&-*' A. M-— Stated meeting THIS EVE.N- silt '-
INO at 7:30 o'clock. .'tfaT
It W. 11. LOKIXG, Secretary. f^*7\
EK*S*" I'aclflc Ltiilge, No. 130. F. ft | a* -
-ir--*- A. M.— Officers and members are notl- At*
fled of a stated meeting THIS (TUESDAY) "Tf'sf
EVENING, .Nov. 4th. at 7:30 o'clock. By fXITx
order or Ihe W. M. .-- .
It OEQKUK I'EXLIXOToy, Secretary.
I"*"*"""*" <*i.ltleii Gate l,odee. No. ao, F. ■
P-* 7 and A. M. — stated meeting Tins A
(TOKSDAV) EVENING, November 4th. at*? TT
7:30 o'clock. ill-; UEOKOB.I. lIOBK. Scr.;/^yN
*jfr^*S : =' Clan i'raner, No. 78, O. S x tr****- v-
-2*--^ C. — Members will meet Tills AiX7
(TUESDAY) EVENING, November 4tb, sSJylv^
lii Central llall, 0117 Market street, corner "feS^fc
Sixth, tit 8 o'clock. JOHN KLDJBB,, Chairman.
SV. I'tiltMAt.-K, llocordcr. ■ -..■ Tit*-'
j-f*-^=" uritiah Benevolent Society -The
ti-*' regular monthly meeting will bo held on
TUESDAY, the 4th lust, at 4r. M. A full attend-
ance la requested. „.-.
:- WILLIAM DOXET, Acting President.
Bksj. Clark, Secretary. .-■■ it .
Jf-JS 3 ■ tislrlnn Benevolent Society. A "■"■
2*--^ Oltlceriaud members -You are hereby "feT-ar^f
notilied to tit ten 1 1 your meeting, SVEDNES ft*l-3w
DAY EVKNINO, November bth. at \intrßfc»?«
Hall, 413 Sutter street, at 7:110 o'clock ■w* > j
sharp. All members are requested to attend for Im-
portant business. By or l.r of • . -..-,, -
„ „ « M. SCANATICH. President, .
. N. ltoLl.lNtiKß. Kec. Sec. .-- no^ .j t ■
St^S' tlanlantt.n Kepublican Fire t_r-*i_».
Ur^sv Association— Attention ! llcul'intir-'Sjc^'
ters, 827 Mission St., Academy Hall, No 1 ry**^>.7
will be open from 12 o'clock TO-DAY till midnight.
Delegation of 60 members will be on band In case
of emergency to protect the Interests of the 80- '
publican party. • old volunteer firemen and ex-
members of paid department are Invited to call. -
' r — *'«'''« i COKNELIUS MOONEY, President
W. O. Cok, Secretary. t . ,': ..... it* <
s^efx'lP *! 0 .,*^ J O C November Vote the
■»- IDr . National United Labor ticket, 724 Market
St., Itooms M and 24. for two Boards of Supervis-
ors, tor three Police Commissioners, for one Chief
of Police. This ticket will be presented to the vot-
ers on election day, as the Constitution provides.- I **
IKS' * Annual Meetin-c— The Iteirtil <r An-
"»-*' nnal meeting of the stockholders of the Ha-
waiian Commercial and Sugar Company will be beld
at the offlce of the company, 327 Market sl. San
Francisco, Cal.. on SATURDAY, the 15th day of
November. 1880, at the hour of 11 o'clock a m for
the purpose of electing a Board of Directors to
serve for Ihe ensuing year, and the transaction of
such other business as may come before the meet-
ing. ' Transfer books will close on Monday. Novem-
ber 3d, at 3 o'clock r. k. - - - - , ,J~. '^""t
_ noi td .--a,.;. c. n. SHELDON. Secretary.---
B~^*.. The •I""'"-! Bulletin, Price He!
i*-*** duced to 15 cents per week, delivered by car- i
rier to any part of the city; the Bulletin is the best,
oldest aud largest evening paper published on the
coast; orders by postal-card or otherwise will re-
celve prompt attention. ■ Offlce 622 Montgomery at.
strJe?" Academy Hall Thoroughly Keuovat-
■»■■■* / ed: nail to lot reasonable. . 927 Mission. 17 lm
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'[.-: MEETING ! NOTICES-CONTINUED.
ry - Oilice of the San Krauciseo Mutual
IKS' Loan Association. October 29. 1890— The
eighth annual meeting of the stockholders of the
Sau Francisco Mutual Loan Association will be held
on WEDNESDAY, November 5, 1890, at 7:30 p. m.,
in the hall of the corporation, 307 Sansome st., ad-
joining the Bank of California, for the purpose of
electing Directors, presentation of the eighth an-
nual report, and the transaction of such other busi-
ness as may properly come before the meeting. . As
all the 5000 shares of stock permitted by our char-
ter (less a few shares reserved for borrowers) have
been taken, aud as a large number of applications
have been received for new shares, which could not
have been supplied la our present association, the
management has organized a new corporation, to be
kuowu as the SAN FRANCISCO HOME MUTUAL
LOAN ASSOCIATION, In which Institution the
books are now open for the subscription to a limited
number of shares In the first series. -■ The by-laws,
rules and regulations of the San Francisco Mutual
Loan Association have been adopted In the new cor-
poration. - The rate of interest has been fixed at 6
percent per annum, and borrowers, as usual, par-
ticipate in all the earnings ot the association.. By
order of the Boaid of Directors. - ■-■-- •
THOMAS J. WELSH, President.
A. SttAtiß'tiifi, Secretary. - -- ■ ocul til
-..• (SPECIAL NOTICES.
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Br-* 7 matter from what cause — Ladies, if you want
Instant relief for monthly irregularities, consult
* the oldest and only reliable female physician of 40
years' experience; my Safe Specifics are the best
ever discovered, and will positively cure after all
others tall; pills, $1: also latest invention without
medicine. DR. _M._STRASSM AN, 916 Post st.nol lm
ftyys' Mrs. Dr. *:. J. llama Kemored to
tg-sl** 28Ve Sixth st. ; treatment for sick. oc3o 7f
sks** Mrs. Wilson's Private Home in « on-
*T*r*9 flneiiieiit: 30 yrs.' experience. 70S Buchanan.
*tTg=» Rooks boiifrht and sold. K.ln*; Itros,
!■» 3 Fourth at., ueat Markut uir27 tf
|»-*S=> Physicians Recommend Crystal Hot
Ur±& sea baths, foot of Mason, North Beach. 021 Bin
»~g= ,5 " Tenants Ejected for 84. Collec-
m~*r tlons made, city or country. Pacluo Collection
Company, 528 California St. Room 3. de'i'J tf
nKS=* The Evening; Bulletin. Price Ite-
BFjy duced to 15 cents per week, delivered by car-
rier to any part or the city ; the Bullet In ls the best,
oldest and largest evening paper published on the
coast: orders by postal-card or otherwise will re-
ceive prompt attention, onice 622 Montgomery St.
ftrg 3 » Speedy and Sure « are for Ladies'
tie-** irregular or painful monthly periods by the
latest Parisian method: all treatment guaranteed;
consultation and correspondence strictly confiden-
tial womb diseases a specialty. MRS. DR. GSWER,
937 Suiter st.. lirst Iloor, San Franclico. 0t24 3m
fj-ggp Monro's Maritime Hotel— 3s Stan-
■r-*' ford, bet. Brant. an, 'lownseud, Second and
Third sts.; patronage of mariners solicited. Jyl46m<>
j***-""**"-""' Lady of Best Medical Iteferences
LX-^r gives vapor baths and treats for neuralgia,
rheumatism, nervous prostration and chronic dis-
eases at patient's home, or olhce 416 McAllister st.
Hat Rl. 1 block from City Hall. oc!8 tf
Sf-^g=" European Staff of German and
ik-Jr English physicians; free services Mondays
and Fridays; consultations private; all diseases
treated^ hours IU to 4. Oflice. 126 O' Farrell. oclb lm
■jt-3"--* Bad -Tenants Fjected for SlO and
ar*** all costs paid; collections city or country.
COFFEY'S COLLECTION" CO.. 619 Montgomery, tf
ff-y Dr. Kicord's Specific- For Kidneys.
s*-*" bladder and liver: $1; sole agent. A, OKOS,
Druggist. cor. Kearnyand Washington. S.F.jel4 6uio
•t****S** Old Gold and Silver Bought; Send
'»-■■*' your old gold and silver by mall to the old
and reliable house or A. COLEMAN. 41 Third St.,
Sau Francisco; I will send by return mall thecash;
amount Is not satisfactory will return the gold. 2y
■EpS-" Mrs. Schmidt, Midwife. Graduate
B-*' University of Heidelberg. Germany ; private
hospital ; women's diseases a specialty; sure specific
remedy for monthly irregularities; reasonable.
Ogee 121 lV a Mission st; 2t06 r. m. my 27 12m03
■rrS" Smith & Trowbridge, West Coast
»~*r Wire Works, 11 Drummst. jell 6 in
RS' Dr. C. C. VDniatU-OflM and Kes.
m-sA- NSV.cor. Washlngtou aud Kearuy sts. mytHf
■^3***- Alameda Maternity Villa; Strictly
g-** 7 private. DRS. FU.NKE. ur. Enclnal Pk.ui3tf
■e3s=" Mrs. Dsvies, 420 Kearny St.; Only
I*-" safe and sure cure tor all lemale troubles.
ttyZf' Dr. Hall, 420 Kearny It. -Diseases of
wav women a specialty : hours 1 to 4. c loH.iuyo If
EPS 3 Dr. Kicord's Restorative Pills; Sne-
s"*-*** cut,, for exhausted vitality, physical debility,
wasted forces, etc. : approved by the Academy of
Medicine, Paris, and the medical celebrities. Sold
by J. G. STEELE a CO., 635 Market St., Palace Ho-
tel, San Franclseo. Sent by mall or express. Prices:
Pox of 50. $1 25: of 100, iS; ot 200, $3 50; StIJ.
to. Preparatory puis, $2. Scud for circular. le2 tf
pqß*- A Week's New* for 5 Cents— The
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- PI VIDE NOTIC..S.
•"r-JT'S-*' Dividend Notice-Office of the I'a-
fle--^ clflc Borax. Salt and Soda Company, San
Francisco, October 28, 1890. At a meeting of the
Board of Directors of the above-named company,
held this day, a dividend (No. 37) ot one dollar (sl '
p. share was declared, payable MONDAY. Novem-
ber 10. 1890. at the olllce of the company. 230
Montgomery st. Rooms 11 ami 12. Transfer book?
close November 5, 18D0, at 3 o'clock r. v.
tic3U ALTON H. PLOUGH. Secretary.
spin rrii.sLisM.
UT' nnTtTAXISMJJD^J~JA MES~vT^SIAT^ITiKIdT.
0 the world-renowned writing medium, has re-
turned from the East, and may be consulted at the
Melville Hotel. 1104 Market st. uo4 7t*
MISS BENHARD, MEDIUM: INFORMATION
■"■I on stocks, lottery, lovo. etc. 353 Fourth. or.) 3m
AIRS. J. .1. WHITNEY, CLAIRVOYANT TEST
HI medium, life-reader. ISI2 Market st. aitlH tf
SITUATIONS— ALP.*.
BEST HELP OF ALL NATIONALITIES. MRS.
ELFEN, 315 Stockton St. It*
LADIES CAN FIND THE BEST DOMESTIC
help at the Van Ness Office, 415 Fraukllii st It*
I ADIES DESI RING Fl RST-CLASS COMPETENT
X-A female eooss and general house girls, call or
send orders to A. 11. ROBERTS' Employment Aien-
cy, 542 California st. 0c29 71*
/ ■ OOI) DRESSMAKER WISHES ENGAGE-
vi ments by the week in {private families; terms
$2 per day; first class work guaranteed. Call or
address Dressmaker, 209 Powell st. no 4 7t* -
■jtfIDDLE-AGED WOMAN, JUST FROM GEK-
2-xi many, wishes a place to lake care of chlltireu.
Please call at 2134 O'Farrell st. no 4 7t*
X'OUNG LADY WOULD LIKE COPYING To DO:
_J day or evening. Ad'.lress 1318 Devlsadero.4 41*
GIRL, 14, WISHES TO ASSIST LIGHT HOUSE-
V-f work and mind baby where she can have a good
borne: wages 85. 708 O'Farrell st. no 4 3t*
UKSPECTAULE woman WISHES SITUATION
It to do general housework: small family: Is good
cook; light washing 257 Minna st. no 4 31*
V MERICAN LADY AS HOUSEKEEPER, WHERE
-2*. tier daughter can be with her: excellent cook
and manager: both competent: country preferred.
C. 11.. Box 6, this oflice. no 4 31*
LVOMAN WANIS WORK BY THE DAY AT
XT dressmaking. Address S-OS Folsom st no 4 31*
1| AMEO POSITION AS SALESLADY BY
xx young lady or experience. Address. stating
salary. Lois KLOPFFJIt. 143 Kentucky st. no 4 3t*
DRESSMAKER GOOD FITTER. TAILOR SYS-
teiu, wishes - engagements In families or take
work homo; reasonable, 10 Russ st, oil Howard,
nr. Sixth. . no 4 St*
L'IRST-CLASS TICK-MAKER. WITH MACHINE.
J wauls work. (Jail or address 709 Union st. 4 31*
SITUATION BY A PROTESTANT SVOMA-N FOR
O upstairs work or general housework. 853 How-
ard St.. downstairs. . nol 3t*
MIDDLE-AGED SVOMAN SVANTS POSITION
for housework in small family, or to care for
invalid lady; sleep home. Call 707 Clementina st,
near Eighth. . _■• ■ nu4 21*
GIRL WISHES SITUATION TO ASSIST IN
VJ housework or take cate of baby. Apply 209
Twenty-eighth st. ' - . not 2t*
V KAT UIRL. 6 MONTHS FROM GERMANY,
■i-i wishes to do light house or upstairs Work; best
1 elty references. Address 537 Minna St.. or 785
Mission, paint shop. - - . . - no 4 2t*
V OUNO LADY WOULD LIKE POSITION IN A
J private family as chambermaid and sewing; no
objection to waiting: lately Irom the East. Call at
14 1 1 Baker St.. bet lost and Sutter. no 4 2t»
( - ERMAN OIRL WANTS SITUATION* TO DO
Vi upstairs work and sewing; wages not less than
$20. Call or address 111 l Eighteenth St., near
Castro. . no 4 21* .
GERMAN GIRL SVANTS PLACE AS COOK.
VI Khelli H0te1. 991 Kearny st, Room 57. nol 21*
SITUATION AS FIRST-CLASS COOK IN FIKST-
-0 class American family; wages $30 lo $35. 1425
Finest. No postals. - ■-- ..- --. no 4 2t* -
V'OUNG MARRIED SVOMAN WISH POSITION
X In widower's family. Apply Brunswick House.
Room 24, cor. Howard and Sixth. 1104 21"
TRUSTWORTHY 'GERMAN WOMAN. WITH
1 little girl b years old, wants a place; light
housework and sewlug. .280 Minna St., base-
ment. • - - : no 4 it* A
T'OUNG GIRL LIKE PLACE DO GENERAL
A housework; private family. 36 Eighth. nol 2*
"YOUNG GIRL LIKE PLACE WORK IN KESTAU-
X rant as waitress. 36 Kightli st. . uu4 2t*
COMPETENT AND RELIABLE GIRL WANTS A
situation to do second work and waiting; wages
$20. Please call at 135 Fifteenth St., bet. Mitonia
and Howard. ----.:■ ■■ -. ■ no 4 2t*
I.'I.DEUI.Y WOMAN WANTS A SITUATION AS
j working housekeeper or light housework; b -st
of references. 306 Ivy aye., bet. Hayes and orove
streets. ■ . - - no 4 21* '
KESPrJCIABLE SVOMAN WANTS A FESV MuKE
engagements by the day. Apply lis Hayes. It*
QITUATION WANTED BY A RESPECTABLE
O woman to do housework ; good plain cook: refer-
ences. If required : good place prelerred to high :
wages. Call 544 Natoma St.- - -.-»■.. it* ■
11-OMAN WHO IS A OOOD PLAIN COOK AND
xt laundress wishes to do general housework.
1913 Lyon st. ' . . .. ■-■ ■- . It*
COMPETENT YOUNG SVOMAN WANTS SITU-'
1 atlon for general housework and cooklug; good
"laundress. 276 Minna St., near Fourth. ..-<■- It* ■-
} ( -<XPKIiIENCED- NURSE FOR THE SICK AND
ill ladles In confinement wauts a position of 14
days: reference. 246 'third at., Room 63. . It* -
LADY WITH LITTLE GIRL WISHES TO DO
./nursing: wages not so much of an object as
a good boms. ■ Call or address, Park House, Twenty,
fourth and Mission sts. ■/.:: - . „t . .. It* .
RESPECTABLE AMERICAN GIRL.'. AGED 'i 3.
wants situation as nurse-girl or to do « light
housework; no cooking. Addross MISS C. L. M.,
Box 98, Call Branch Oflice. - -:-it»-
G ERMAN. WOMAN WANTS TO DO GENERAL
housework and cooking in small family. I Apply
•! 136 Filth st, Koom 8: no cards. ----*■- - 'if J
CHAMBERWORK BY YOUNG WOMAN WHO IS
a practical chambermaid, neat and obliging. Ad-
dre'-s O. M., 270 Jessie st. -- •■ ..— -. ,~, .- -._->.-. It* *
IV ANTED-BY. YOUNG WOMAN, SITUATION
■ iv to do general housework lv a small family. Call
at 93 Silver St. -•■•*— --.•-■-.- -t ■-■-■..-.■;- -:-.-, it* ■
SITUATION WANTED-FIRST-CLASS COOK;
tJ best reference. : 16 Ridley St. ■■ ■ - ' ■-■ It* .-
WANTED— SITUATION BY YOUNO AMERICAN
girl to . do second work or a-stst with j house-
work: private family. Cail 143 Fifth at. . '-.- It* *..,
WANTED— BY 2 RESPECTABLE GIRLS. ONE
YV as cook and other as second girl: wages $20
and $25. Address M. I*., Box 85, - Call Branch
Office. ■ - •■- ■■■■--■■ -■■: --..-■- ■■•■- ■ - it* ,v
COMPETENT DRESSMAKER WISHES A FEW
I more engagements by the day or will take suits
home from $3 50 to $4. • 31 Moss, off Howard, above
Sixth.- ■•..-- ■.-■-.-'--.- ■•--.-..--. . . ..■;-■:.-.., If :■
BESSES NEATLY MADE; $2 60 UPSVARDS;
also other sewing and mending. 409 Stevenson.*
EXPERIENCED GERMAN WOMAN WISHES TO
do upstairs work or In a hotel. . Call or address
■ 679 Mission St. •*•■■■■ t i .< :•- ■_:--- no 3 31* ■;
DRESSMAKER-FIRST-CLASS CUTTEB - AND
fitter wishes engagements In families. . 610",-,
Polk St., downstairs.. - .t.-?. --.;- -■?■-.*.■ .-cc: no 3 3t* --^
COMPKTIiNT YOUNG GIRL WANTS SITU A-
I Hon do second wot k, care of child or assist light
housework. 640 Howard It, Dear New Montgomery ,
Room 7. :.;■;.-. tr :; ,uo33f -*
'. .-■ : SITTJATIi;NS-CONTINrEI>. ' J '■'_ ■-'
'OUNO IiIKL WISUESSITUATION PORLIUIIT
X housework: small wages. 225 Stevenson st. It* |
GLLSH GIRL.; WISHES SITUATION IN
aa American family; good refrence; city or couu-
try. 416 Post st. . - -.-.:■ ■-, :■'.:--■-.■ :.sr- no 3 3t*
ELDERLY WOMAN WISHES TO DO GENERAL
J housework in small American family; good ref- ,
erences; city preferred. Address 13% Hubbard
St., off Howard, - ■-■■ .>, -■ r-« -. . .,. no 3 3t*
FIRST-CLASS WOMAN : COOK, WITH BOY OF
. 14. as cook or housekeeper city or country : boy.
can care for borses and cows. -. Call or address MRS.
ASCII, 553 Mission st. -■■-/.. no 3 3t»
RESPECTABLE * WOMAN WISHES TO DO
light housework In small family. Apply 13.
I'ark aye.. near Harrison st. -a- .■ .- no 3 X*
I IA.MSII GIRL WISHES TO DO GENERAL
1 1 housework. Address 2408 Folsom St.. bet.
Twentieth and Twenty-first -■'- no 3 3t*
YOUNG OIRL WISHES tTO DO GENERAL
X housework and , plain cooking. . Address 47
Bitch st -■■..- ...■■■.. no 3 2t*
MIDDLE-AGED AMERICAN LADY • WISHES
position as housekeeper or to do upstairs work
and sewing. Inquire 2507 Mission st. - no 3 2t*
GERMAN- GIRL SVANTS TO DO UPS I AIRS
work and sewing. ■ 535 Post St. no 3 3t*
ITUATION WANTED BY A YOUNG GIRL TO
assist in housework. Please call 911 Sntter.3 3*
rOUHQ SWISS GIRL WISHES SITUATION TO
X do general housework: i Oakland or Alameda.
Address Swiss Hotel, 627 Commercial st, noli l*P
/*s ERMAN WOMAN WANTS WORK BY THE
vi day washing, ironing and house-cleaning. 558
Mission st -. - ' ■ no 3 at*
SITUATION WANTED BY YOUNG GERMAN
woman for cleaning by the day. Apply at 312
Linden aye.. front room. w_ 21*
'/ ERMAN WOMAN. FIKST-CLASS WASHER,
" ' lroner and house-cleaner, wants work by the
day. Call or address N., 613 Natoma St., upstalrs.3 2*
ADY DESIRES POSITION" AS HOUSEKEEPER,
J matron, chaperoue or goveruess: fond of chil-
dren; able to take entire charge of family ; city or
country. Address W., 400 Post St. uo2 st*
A TRAVELING NURSE WILLOIVE SERVICES
for passage to Syduey. Apply 1611 Goujh
street. no'J 3t»
DRESSMAKER-CHILDREN'S DRESSMAKING
Xt a specialty. Address M. P., Box 148, 827 Polk
street - - ■ ■ - ■ . - no 2 3t* -
. iIKL -SVUO SPEAKS FRENCH, GERMAN AND
"l English wishes a situatlou as second work or to
take cure grown children. Address C. It., Box 44,
this olbce. . - ■ - . no 2 3t*
GERMAN GIRL WOULD LIKE SITUATION TO
V do cooking and housework In private family in
Oakland or city; references If required. Please
call or address 11. STEIN, Sixth and Bristol sts..
West Berkeley. nol st* -**
rpilOßOl GIILY EDUCATED LADY FROM
I Neuchatel, Switzerland, wishes a position as
companion or as resident teacher of foreign lan-
guages and music iv a good family: references
given. Address V. 1". G., 1801% Sail Pablo aye.,
Oakland, upper bell. oc3l 101*
Ij*LDERLy~LADY WOULD LIKE POSITION AS
Jli working housekeeper; best of referencesas to
Integrity and capability. Address 2239 Mission
street. oc3l 7t*
J ADV. WITH A CHILD 2 YEARSOLD, WISHES
-i- a position as working housekeeper; no objec-
tion to the country. - Address Housekeeper, Box
114. Call Branch offlce. oc3l st*_
IN THE WARM BELT; FREER FKOM FOG
than any other portion of San Francisco: Lake-
view. oe7 tf
SITUATIONS—
T'OUNG SWEDE, 18 YEARS OLD, DESIRES A
position. Address ERIK SILLERSTROM. San
Francisco Business College, Market and Jones.4 lit*
SITUATION WAN IED BY GERMAN AND
wife, without children; man good cook and
waiter, wife as assistant or laundress; cltyorconn-
try. Call or address CAPPEL, 634 Mission st. 4 3t*
"V**OUNO MAN. STRICTLY TEMPERATE,
X wishes a position as book-keeper or collector;,
good rererences and security. Address G. P.. 820
FOlsom st. ; no 4 'it*
MAN AND WIFE WANT SITUATIONS IN
country on a farm: will make themselves gener-
ally useful. Call or address 11. J. SSt. t 303 Jessie St.,
Room 13. no 4 at*
HOY OK 17. FAMILIAR IN GROCERY II! Sl-
ness, wants work In some store: reference. 628
Market st. ■ lt*
HANDY MAM (43 YEARS, WANTS WORK
around botel. factory or country place: willing:
has tools to make some repairs on turniture, stone
or mechanics; wants rather healthy work than big*!
wages, c. s.. Box 4. this office. 11*
\j A It -TENDER (GERMAN). JUST FROM THE;
I' East, wants steady situation, E. GURTLEK,
957 Folsoin st. Room 2. uo3 3t*
DRUGGISTS-COMI'EI'ENT CLERK OPEN FOR
engagement to relieve during the week: first-
class salesman: thoroughly understands city trade.
Address W. L. VAN VALKEN 1445
I'olk St. no 3 at*
COLLEGE GRADUATE WOULD LIKE Posi-
vj tion with lawyer as office boy with chance to
study law and learn type-writing: good references.
Address Graduate, Box 160, Call Branch. no 3 2t*
lA ANTED-SITUATION AS GARDENER. OK-
xt chardist and vineyardist; understands the care
of horses and cattle: can take charge ot gentleman's
place: references. Address S. 1.., Box 95. Call
Branch Office. -_v noi 31"
COACHMAN-A COMPETENT. RELIAI'.LE MAN
\ I wauts employment; is an expert driver, good
gardener tuid milker: city references. Address C.
_, Box 6. this office; lioj^at* _
Cs ERMAN MAN ANI) WIFE. WITHOUT FAM-
VJ" liy, want position In private family In ornearor
around city : wife Is plain cook, man understands
horses and can be useful around the house. Call or
address 11. SI'ILLER, 131 Berry st no 2 3t*
STRONG GERMAN MAN. MARRIED, WITII-
-0 out family, abie to deposit money for security. Is
look for a place in a store or factory as ulgbt-
watchman. Call or address 11. SPILLEH, 131
Berry st. : - . - no 2 3t*
X\r ANTED— EMPLOYMENT BY A YOUNG MAN
IV r.-eeiitiy . from Hamburg: speaks and corre-
sponds In French. German and English; well edu-
cated, but not particular what work oifered; bestof
references. Aj'ply 651 Clay st. no' 2 3t*
Y'OUNO MAN (HERMAN . -SVISHES TO GET A
X situation In a barber-shop to learn the trade.
Aildress A. _, Bux 63, this office. no'i 3t*
QITUATION WANTED BY A STEADY, SOBER
O German : thoroughly understands the care or
borses. gatdenlug. mllkiug, etc: good references;
clly or country. Address 1-. M., Box 52, this
office. no 2 3t*
CLERKS SEr.KING POSITIONS AS SALESMEN,
salesladies, copyists, stenographers, book-keep-
ers, apply 106 Stockton at. oc3l tt
X YYOUNG MAN. WILLING TO WORK. Posi-
tion In either wholesale or retail bouse; best
city references: security If wanted. Address Wilt-
ing. Box 161. Call Branch Oflice. _ oc3o 7t*
VXPERIENCED PORTER (YOUNG MARRIED
Xli man) wishes situation In wholesale house; Isa
good marker, or wood make himself generally use-
ful: a steady job preferred; best references. Ad-
dress S. A., llox 50. this office, or-i'J 7t*
fpilE EVENING BULLETIN, PRICE REDUCED
i. to 15 cents per week, delivered by carrier to any
partofthe city: the Bulletin Is the best, oldest
and largest evening paper published on the coast;
orders by postal-card or otherwise will receive
prompt attention, office 622 Montgomery st
SITUATION SVANTED-BY A MAN OF INTEL-
i licence, who purchased a tailor-made, nobby
cutaway suit for $18, made by a merchant tailor for
$35. . ORIGINAL MISFIT CLOTHING PARLORS,
corner Post and Iniiiottt sts ' ■
FEMALE HELP WASTED,
U * ANTKD-2 WAITRESSES FOR COUNTRY
W hotel, $20 and fare paid : 2 cooks, $25 and 830 :
Jewish girl, housework. $20; 10 girls for house-
work. $20 and $25. R T. SVARD A: CO., 60S and
610 Clay st. ..'■■-. It
It* ANTED-PKOTESTANT COOK AND SECOND
XT girl, same bouse, $30 and $20; 4 Protestant
cooks for German and American families, $-.-» and
$30: 3 German and Scandinavian second girls, $20:
maid and seamstress, $30; French nursery governess,
$25; Protestant Infant's nurse, $25: strong woman
to nurse Invalid lady, $30: 4 waitresses,' country
hotels, $30 and $25: 2 private boarding-house cooks,
$10: 2 dish-washers, $20; nurse for Placer County,
$20: 3 laundresses. s2s; 3 waitresses, private board-
ing-houses and restaurants, C2O and $6 week; and
over 48 neat Irish, German and Scandinavian girls
for general housework at $20, $25 and $30: 18
young girls to assist, $15. . Apply to J. F. CROSETT
& CO.. 202 Stockton st -'.--■- It
DINING-ROOM GIRL. COUNTRY HOTEL, $20:
cook, small American family, no wash. $25: ex-
perienced waitress, private family, $25; 5 cooks
for general housework, $20 to $25; several girls to
assist Van Ness Office. 415 Franklin st. lt*
IV ANTED— FRENCH OR GERMAN COOK. $10;
IT? German elderly woman.' care of ge .tieman,
$20: Freuch second girl, Alameda. **25; Germau
nurse. $25; Protestant laundress, country, $25;
girls for general housework and assist. DELOKME
i AN DRE, 330 Sutter at. It
FIRST-CLASS SWEDISH COOK. S.MALI. EAM-
X I Ity, country, $35; cook, - $30: girl for general
housework, two in family. $25: 2 second girls and
girls for housework, $20, $25. EUROPEAN OF.
FICE, 105 Stockton st. . - It*
L'RENCH OR. GERMAN SEAMSTRESS; • 3
Xv Fren* h housework girls: 4 t.eruian cooks, $40;
30 German nurse-girls antl housework girls: best
wages. MRS. ELFEN. 315 Stockton St. . It*
St ANTED-10 GIRLS FOR HOUSESVORK IN
* ' German and American families; wattes $20 and
$25: also 2 girls tor upstairswork. MRS. HIRD,
705 Polk st. .:-.-. a- ' :■■■■■-■■.■ . If-
U'ANTED-25 HOUSEWORK GIRLS, $25 AND
$20. MISS PLI NKETT. 424 Sutter St. ... lt ■-■
|.|- ANTED— HOTEL COOK, NEAR CITY, $45
XX and found: Swedish cook for Stockton, $25 and
fare paid girls for housework uorth. $20 and fare.
For city— Sweulsh or German cook, 2 In family,
'■ $30: 4 German cooks. $25: American cooks $25 to
$30: waitress, $20: 2 German and 1 French second
gtrl, $20: girls for housework, city and country.
$15 to $30. ■C. R. 11 A NSEN Jt CO., 1 0 Geary, 1 1
C' t IRL FOR LIGHT HOUSEWORK, 1615 QOL-
VX den Gate aye. ■.■■■■■■■■■- -. ■-■ . .- : ;■■.- ■. mil tf ■"•
REFINED GERM GIRL TO TAKE CARE OF 2
children, youngest li a years old; must under-
stand sewing; references required. Apply 1 to 4
>*. m. 2529 Fillmore si., cor. Pacific. -.■ , uo4 tf -.-
SS' ANTED— A LADY TO DO FANCY WORK'
xv and embroidery, also a lady hairdresser. Ap-
ply to 1321 I'ark St.. Alameda. no 4 3t* J
IRL FOR GENERAL HOUSESVORK. 2 IN
■VJ family. 1904 Sutter st ■ ~ .-- .>t - no 4 3t* .-■
XV ANTED-A LADY CAPABLE OF MANAGING
- '» and overseeing ladles. : Address A. 11. C, Box
85. Call Branch Oilice. - . ■- .. ..: - : . not 3t* --.'
WOMAN TO ASSIST IN LIGHT HOUSEWORK
VV and take care child, i 314 Clementina St.: call 1
to 2 t*. m. ... —■- ■■..-■ ■:-■■ no 4 31*
UIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK AND :
vi cooking; reference. ' 1635 Sacraineuto. no 4 3t* :
11' ANTED— . FOR - GENERAL HOUSE-
XX work: must be good cook; small family; good
wages, i 2031 PaclQcave., near Lagnna st. ■■ no 4 3t*
V NO GERMAN OR SSVEIUSH GIRL, GENE-;
.X rat housework, American family or 2; must be.
good cook: wages $20. 1 1220 McAllister. | not 2t* •
SI- ANTED— YOUNG GIRL FOR LIGHT lIOUSK-
.;I». work, wages $10.1- Apply between 9 and 13
o'clock, 2003 Geary st. ■:'-'.. - .-.- >■--:-*■ ■■*..•■ ■ -. no 4 21* -. .
11,' ANTED —YOUNG GIRL OR , MIDDLE-AGED
IT woman for light housework; two In family.
894 Seventeenth st., hear Seventeenth and San-
chei. - ■ - ■■' y- ■ * ; '-'-• ■■■■. .---. nol 21* ■.-,
\,V AN TED -A YOU NO OIRL AS~NURSE AND
lIT help with upstairs work. I 1307 Hyde. no 4 2t« :
SMART GIKL TO WORK IN KITCHEN SMALL'
restaurant, one who can cook steak or chop. Ad- '
dress by letter, with full particulars, N. M.. 1573
Market st. -. .. ■ . .. - ■-...-■- uo4 2f
ANTED— GIRL TO ASSIST GENERAL HOUSE-
■VI work small family. Apply 720 Hayes st. n4 2t* ■
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK. APPLY
*7 Beaver St.. near Nue. ' ~ ■--■-■ --i * no 4 2t* - *
/-iIKL FOB HOUSEWORK. PLAIN WASHING,!
VJ wages $20. 3026 Clay. ... -j .- :--. -;-■■. nol 2t* -■;
WANTED— A GIRL FOR ■ GENERAL HOUSE-
work: wages $15. Call between 10 and 12,
Tuesday and Wednesday, 1508 Post St. - no 4 21* i
GIRL TO TAKE CASK BABY. \ 139 TAYLOR '
U stieet. . -„..,.._ ■;;-.;- '»«*•«'•. ..
■'"- HELP WANTED-tONTINI'ED. '"'."'- ■■ .
ooiT^iTiToTrSsTJSrTJusToji coats: who
operates preferred. 095 Folsom, upstairs, 4 2t*
SMALL GIRL TO ASSIST WITH BABY; SLEEP
borne. 905 F'oisom st., upstairs. no 4 2f -
IV ANTED-'J WAITRESSES AT 198 FOURTH
' xx st., California restaurant ..>■■ If t
PPKENTICE HAVING I a little experi-
ence on coats. - 109 Fourth it. - - If-:
IV ANTED-GIRL ABOUT 15 WHO UNDER-
I tt stands taking care child 14 months old; wages
$10; references required. 219 Turk st. It* |
IV ANTED-NCRSE-GIRL, BETSVEEN 13 AND
IT 15 years. 893 Turk st. -. -^ - ■ .-■■ -'■ If
T ITTLE GIRL TO ASSIST WITH CHILDREN
XJ and upstairs work. 611 Oak SL If
ANTED - YOUNG GIRL FOR .GENERAL
TT housework. 233 Fitltonst. ■-.- : "'■ If
/I IRL FOR LIGHT HOUSEWORK: WAGES $15.
VT Call at 2764 Mission St. ■■ ■ ■" "
IV ANTED-GIRL TO ASSIST WITH HOUSE-
TT work. 1597 Folsom st. -It*
GIRL ACCUSTOMED TO LIVING OUT WANTED
for upstairs. 8414 Washington st. • If
GERMAN OR SWEDISH GIRL FOR LIGHT
housework and plain cooking. Apply 9 to 12
m.. 1620 Geary st ■ . ■ If
■yOUNG GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOUSESVORK.
1 1417 Octavlast -It* J
GIRL ABOUT 14 TO ASSIST WITH LIGHT
I housework and baby. 1901 Hyde gt. It*
V'OUNG GIRL FOR - LIGHT HOUSEWORK.
X who sleeps home preferred. 1636% Turk, If
/•IRL. GENERAL HOUSESVORK*. SCAN DIN A-
IT vian prererred; wages $25. 427 Sutter St. It*
GIRL, HOUSEWORK, IN COUNTRY; GOOD
T home. 432 Fell st " It*
GIRL TO TAKE CAKE OF CHILD. 426 SAN
Jose aye. ■ ■ - It*
GIRL OF 14 TO MIND BABY AND ASSIST: $8:
sleep home. 6 IT/a Jessie St. :■.-■■-.-'.■ lt*
IVANTED — GIKL FOX GENERAL HOUSE-
TT work. ■ 193 Sixth St. - - ■■ If
GIRL TO MAKE HERSELF USEFUL; SMALL
family: wages $10. 219 Eddy St. If
IyURSE— COMPETENT NURSE t'OK upstairs
XT work aud take care children. Apply 1236
O'Farreil st„ b:t. 9 and 13 o'clock. lf
ft IKL IN COFFEE SALOON TO ASSIST THE
Vbf cook. Apply 131 Seventh st. It*
/ IRL FOR UPSTAIRS WORK; GERMAN PRE-
vbi ferred. 134 Fourth st. It*
TAILOKES3ES WANTED. 1424 FOLSOM ST.
It*
W ANTED — 2 WAITRESSES FOR FIRST-CLASS
tt restaurant. 106 Stockton st If
Ciilfl NURSE-GIRL; MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN
x\p^AJ. preferred. Thistle Hotel, Potrero. It*
ANTED -A DRESSMAKER, AT 124 SIXTH
street. -.- ■ ; If
EXPERIENCED DRESSMAKER WANTED To-
XJ day; none other. MRS. MCDONALD, 327 Va
Filth st. ■ • - ■ ,lf
/ 'IRL WHO UNDERSTANDS GERMAN COOK-
VM ing and to do washing. 421 Eddy. It*
GIRL TO DOCHAMBERSVOKK AND WAIT ON
table. 421 Eddy »t. ...... it*
_ • I -PROTESTANT GIRL FOR HO 1 SE-
TT work in family of 3 adults; plain cooking. 1515
Hyde si.: wsg?s $15. - _ It*
X'OUNG COMPETENT GIRL FOR COOKING
1 and general housework; good reference.
Please call 909 Broiierick st. no 3 3t*
■ YOUNG GIRL TO ASSIST IN LIGHT HOUSE-
-1 work. 1230 Treat aye. no 3 3t«
Uf AN i'EDD— GOOD GIRL FOR HOUSE-
TI work. Apply at 32 : Tenth st. no 3 3t»
IVIRST-CLASS FINISHERS ON PANTS. 27 EV-
f erett st no 3 3t*
GIRL WANTEI)-AB()UT 15 YEARS OLD;
Vjr wages $8 per month. 683 Slxthst .Oakland. 3 St
WANTED — YOUNG- GERMAN OIRL TO DO
tt housework and plain loosing; 3 iv family: $15
a month. Call bctsveen 19 and 1998 Stockton
street no 3 2f
RELIABLE GIKL GENERAL HOUSEWORK AND
plaiu cooklug; references required. 612 Grove
street * uo3 2t*
VOUN'G. NEAT GIRL TO DO WAITING SMALL
1 coffee-saloon ; $18 and room. Call after 1 tr. «.,
498 Filth St.. milk depoL no 3 'Jt*
/ 'IRL TO ASSIST IN* LIGHT HOUSEWORK:
I ) wages $19: sleep home. Apply 723 Webster.^ 3*
VIRST-CLASS TAILORESSON CUSTOM COATS:
X good wages. 18 Mint aye. no 3 St*
UANTKD-APPRENTICES ON CLOAKS. 1610
Harrison st. near Twelfth. no'J 3t*
GIIRL FOR LIGH I" HOUSEWORK AND HELP
Vj mind baby. 427 Sixth at. no 2 3t*
EXPERIENCED HANDS ON GLOVES. 413 AND
415 Marketst. no 2 31*
L IP.ST-CLASS FINISHER ON CUSTOM GOODS.
1 649 Washington St. no 3 3t*
WANTED — FIRST-CLASS SKIRT HAND.
T> LAURIN. Ladies' Tailor, 197 Powell. no'J 3t*
||* ANTED — GERMAN GIRL WHO IS A
■' good cook and understands housework; no
washing. 1920 SSashingtou. nr. Franklin, not* 3t*
I>HOTF^-TANT GIRL TO ASSIST HOUSESVORK.
Apply 2902 Gulden Gate aye. no 2 31*
|V ANTED— A GIRL TO LEARN DRESSMAKING
It and assist with light housework; paid while
learning; good home. 728V2 Howard st, no 2 31* .
LIRST- CLASS DRAPER AT I ATINGER'S
P cloak and Suit House. 105 Kearny at. uo'J 3t*
YOUNG GIRL TO DO LIGHT HOUSESVORK
I and attend to children. 511 Vt.- Fell st. no 2 31*
ERMAN~GIRL WANTED FOR LIGHT HOUSE,
GERMAN GIRL WANTED FOR LIGHT HOUSE-
work: wages $12. Apply at 2530 McAllister
St.. bet. Stanyan at,d Parker are. noJ 3t*
ts ANTED— ORPHAN GIRL: GO SCHOOL AND
tt clothes. _, Box 99. Call Branch Ofbce.2B 11*
OPERATORS ON OVEKSHIRTS AND UNDER
wear. Apply 32L*. Fremont St. top flofir. 30 tf
-tTtySoi^b YOUNO LADIES TO LEARN TELE-
-2\ grtipbing and qualify lor goo.i paying positions.
CAL. TELEGRAPH CO., Kearny NE. cor. Clay. 15t
THB EVENING BULLETIN, PRICE REDUCED
X to 15 cents per week, delivered by carrier to any
part of the city: the Bulletin is the best, oldest
and largest evening paper published on the coast:
orders by postal-card or otherwise will receive
prompt attention. Onlcc 622 Montgomery St.
Ui ANTED— TRAVELING MAN TO TAKE SIDE
xx line through .Nevada. Montana Idaho 'A :,sh-
initou. IV. M. PATTERSON. 310 PostaL oc!s tt
U'ANTED-APPRENTICESTO LEARN DRESS-
inakiug trade thoroughly. 991 Howard. 15*
MISSION EMPLOYMENT OFFICE, 2239 MlS-
sion St.. bet. 18th and 191h. oc!9 lm*
LABELEKS WANTED. "AT TAN A * CO.'S,
cor. Francisco and Tayloi sts. oclSlm
SEWERS ON LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S
0 underwear. 723 Market st., Room 142. oc!3 tf
I'ETTEK THAN FIRST-MORTGAGE BONDS;
II what ? 10 lots In Lakevlew-. ■ oc7 tf
I AKEVIESV IS KING; LAKEVIEW; LAKE-
i J view. tn-7 tt
MALE HELP WANTr.D. \ y
STONE-MASON. Nil. CITY. $3 AND FOUND:
carpenter, city. $3: 20 wood-choppers, $1 25 to
$3; to tanners, $30: 2 farmers, ur. city, $J6: 25
scraper-teamsters, $39; 25 laborers, city and
country. $39; waiter and wlte. country. $40: ulgbt-
clerk for couutry hotel. $35; 3 hotel cooks, $45 and
$50; 3 hotel waiters. $.19: 3 dish-washers, $25;
took for 12 men, $30. K. T. WARD * CO., 610
Clay st ■■..-- -- ■ lt_
'■[fill railroad LABORERS. TEAMSTERS.
i)vt' axmen and rocknieu for Washington and
Oregon; best wages: steady Work all winter; fare
through, $6; no omce fee. K. T. WARD & CO., 619
Clay st. . * ■ - no 2 2t
'ANTED— S MINERS $2 75 A DAY AND $40
vf and board; car-builders, American cabinet-
maker 33 per day; wagon-maker, farmer, farmer
and wife, $59: 2 finishing carpenters. 43 50 a day;
youug man drive milk wagon, $20 and found; ma-
chine man for box factory, 43 50 to $4 a day: coop-
er. $2 59 a day. and $35 and board: carpenter for
pariner In country snop; laborers about mills. $26
and $30 antl Hoard; wood-choppers. laborers for
city. $1 75, $2 and $39 and found; stablemeu,
■teamsters, $35; laborers and nxineii for SVashing-
ton and Oregon, $2 25 .md $2 50 a day, and others. '
Apply to J. F. CROSETT At CO., 628 Sacramento, lt
ty ANTED-COOK, RESTAURANT, CITY, $10
T» week: 2 second 'cooks, hotel and restaurant,
$30, and $8 week: dish-washers, $10 and $25; res-
taurant porter. $20, and others. Apply to J. F.
CROSETT A CO.. 628 Sacramento st. It
_ * ANTED — WAITER FOR RESTAURANT,
II country, $50 and found, - first-class place; 2
waiters, 1 ty, $30 and $35: waiter for boarding-
house, $25; pot-washer, $25; dish-washer, $20:
German boy to wash dishes, $15 and found: coach-
man and milk 2 cows. $30; larmer .and wife, $50:
2 butlers, $59 ami $39; Japanese boy for house-
work, etc. At DFJI.ORMEA ANDRE'S, 329 Sutter.l
WANTED-20 SCRAPER TEAMSTERS. SHORT
xx distance In country, $30 and board; 20 laborers
about ditch, $39 and board ; 2 laborers about mine,
$39 and aril; American hostler for private place
In country sot): carpenter for country, $2 50 and
board; porter for saloon, $25; milkers and farm
hands; conlectloucr. $89: Walter for coffee house.
$35; vegetable man. country hutel, $25; plain wait-
er, small hotel. $25; boy for store, $5 a week. W.
1). EWER, 626 Clay st - It
L*RENCH - COOK, FIKST-CLASS COUNTRY HO.
F tel, $125: store-keeper, tirst-class hotel, $75 and
found: nlgbt clerk anil bar-tenders, country hotel,
$35; second coo-, hotel, country, $90; waiter, same
place, $30: 2 Italian waiters, country. $40; 5 wait-
ers, country, $35: 2 French waiters, country, $40;
pastry cook, $59; 4 second cooks, hotel and restau-
rants, $10: oyster cook, $35: butlers, S3O: kitchen-
bands. $39, $25 and $29. C. P.. HANSEN Jt CO.,
119uearysL ■' - - ■■ *" ■- ■ - - - -It .
I J*. SCRAPER TEAMSTERS, COUNTRY. TWO
XO horses, »39 and round; carpenters, $2 50 and
found, country ; laborers, city. $39 and found. C.
R. HANSEN A CO.. 110 Geary st. . ■.- ___ ■ It
IV ANTED— BUTLER FOR FIRST-CLASS FAM-
« lly; best of wages. Apply MISS K. PLUN.
KETT. 424 Sutter at, ' -■ - '■ --■■- '■■-■■- It
•14- ANTED- NIGHT CLERK FOR FIRST-CLASS
It country hotel, wages $35. also waiter for same
place, wages $39. . Apply MISS KATE PLUNKETT.
424 Sutter st. - ....... ■*■- .: ■■■ .It
BLACKSMITH -FOR COUNTRY: .STEADY
place; machinist. J. B. Mill AN. 623 Clay
street ■- "--•-■■- ■■ "-'■:■-.; ■'■■■■ ■--..-■■.*...- It* ■ ■
CLERKS SEEKING POSITIONS AS SALESMEN,
J salesladies, copyists, book-keepers, typewriters
obtain tbem at 196 Stockton St. no 4 2t»
BEST MALE AND FEMALE lIELP FURNISHED
free. PJI.LSSVOHTii A Co., employment agents,
717 Mission St. *■■ -.»-..-.-- *. no 4 3t« ...■
PACIFIC .:■: COAST CLERKS' FJMPLOYMENT
Bureau possesses unequaled facilities for procur-
ing positions for clerks and mercantile employes of
every class; -correspondence promptly answered.
017 Market st. ■--■-- nol at" -*
GLAZIERS WANTED. 15 . POLK STREET.
■;---.■ .--,-. ■?■■■-- ■-■ ■-":■■ ■ .... ■-.. '.. not tt
. IV ANTED-MAN FOR LIGHT. GENTEEL BUSI-
tt ness; can make $3 to $6 a day. 1 7 Grant are..
Room 2. .»■-.-.'.. -■ a, -r,, ,-q-~ ....u .-,:.. ,-■-.-.- . no 4 3t*
ii OUNG MAN TO LEARN BARBER'S TRADE.
610 Laguua St., near Ellis. - no 4 St*
TV ANTED— MEAT-CUTTER AND SHOP-
" tender;, none but a good oue need to apply.
477 Eleventh st, Oakland. . . no 4 3t
ANTED-A MAN TO CLEAN AND SWEEP A
- It dry-goods atore at night; mint have good rerer-
ences. . Adcross -A. -. X., Box 109, Call Branch
onice. -■■■ ; . . . '.--»,■-.. no 1 2t*ir
II ANTED-STRONO BOY TO MAKE HIMSELF
. T» generally useful; * wages $5 per week. L. V.
MERLE. 616 to 630 Kearny st. - - - no 4
WANTED-FIRS -CLASS GENERAL PAINTER
to take cbarge of painting business. A. BURT. 1
3Mlntave.---:e..». •.-,«.»".-.-.*- . - nol 21*
1-tXPERIENCED ,a DRY - GOODS - SALESMAN.
J Spanish language preferred. 1320 Stockton. 4 2*
BARBER FOR COUNTRY, $18 A l.!:K *AP-
ply from 12 to 1. 540 Clay st. ■ >-».■'..-.<"■. It* 'J
' IV ANTED — GOOD BARBER j FOR ARIZONA;
IT good wages: also, bootblack. : Apply . 30 Geary
street. *>; j- --- ..»->■ tm>..^,.;--,..r,*.i.>.u« ; !,
GOOD BARIIER; STEADY JOB; ALSO, HOOT
J* black. 368 Fourth st. • . .; J,- . '• 11* •
nEjCprrwAsr^^co^nyvEn.K *
ARBF^^TtrESD^rrSATOKDAY^AND StiN^
day. 269 Third St. ■■■ — - ■ ■*" ' " ***
BARBER-BOY OK YOUNG- MAN TO LEARN
Dine trade. ■ 1797 Market St. - --* "
BARBER WANTED AT 128V4 O'FARP.ELL
Street. ■'-■■.*-. ■ ""'- ■- -* ll .
GOOD BARBER WANTED; YOUNG -MAN PRE.
ferred. . 1002 Valencia, cor. Twenty-lirst It*
CLERKS SEEKING POSITIONS AS SALESMEN,
I salesladies, book-keepers, copyists, obtain them
at 106 Stocntotrst. -... . , . If _
IN-ROOFER3 WANTED. 1828 DEVISADERO
street. ",■■.'■■ I *--■- --■ ■'-.■- "---.--■-■ --If .
\-OUNG MAN COPYIBT; EXPERIENCED. 919
. X Market St., Room 2. ■■■.-■- If
\"0"D"T»e MAN WANTED IN RESTAURANT TO
- 1 make himself useful, $15 per mouth aud found.
1126 Oak. .-_-■■■ -* It
GOOD COOK. COFFEE-SALOON. 1 DKUMM ST.
_I ... :■■* : . - ... , .* ...... 1$«
TAILOR WANTED, FOX BUSHELING. - 191)
Slit tb St. - - . - If
COMPETENT YOUNG MAN TO CARE FOR
horses and buggies; private. 616 Folsom sL,
side entrance. ■ . - It*
6 HOUSE-PAINTERS, 7 A. il., AT 1727 GREEN
) St.: $2 59 a day. if
WAITER AND DISHWASHER (WHITE); 591
TI Foal St.: call bet. 1 and 2. - - ■■ It*
IV ANTED— FIRST-CLASS NIGHT CLERK FOR
■ Tl first-class hotel, country: also good waiter: ref-
erences. Api ly from 9 to 10. Room 32, Brooklyn
Hotel, Bnsh St.. below Montgomery. lt*
U'ANTED-8 CARPENTERS AT 858 HOWARD
street. - ■..-:■-. -it*
OOTBLACK WANTED AT 106 FOURTH
streeL_ If
FIRST-CLASS PAINTER AND PAPER-HANOI it
JJ 11.. Box 93. Call Branch Office. It* -
IV ANTED - GOOD WAITER; NO SUNDAY
TT work. Apply 552 Mission st. If
U'ANTED-nUTCHEK: MUST BE A FIRST-
>» class meat-cutter. 106 Stockton st. If
IVANTED— PASTRY COOK, $60; STABLEMEN,
XX osg and board; wood-chopper, $1 75 per cord.
717 Mission St. ■ , It*
WANTED — A GOOD GERMAN COOK FOR
IT restaurant. 104 Seventh st. It*
BOOTBLACK WANTED AT 419 LARKIN ST.
■_-___ ■ - ■ It*
AN TO WORK IN KITCHEN SVHO UN'DKR-
stands oysters. 161 Ninth st. * It*
ll' ANTED— PAINTERS. SSV. COR. I'OST AND
IT Buchanan sts. It*
ISII-SVASHER WANTED AT 331 BAY ST.,
near Mason: call early. '_ If
IV ANTED-50 MEN OF TEMPERATE HABITS
IT to distribute tickets. Apply 132 McAllister st.,
bet. 7 and 9 a. m. If
WANTED— BOY OR YOUNG MAN WITH
T» some experience and reference for grocery.
Apply to-day after 1 o'clock, 426 Green st. It*
I. ARBERS-3-CHAIR SHOP; 2 LIVING-ROOMS
1-) furnished for $190; sickness. Apply Cai.i.
Branch OlBce. ■■--■. no 4 31'
$1 C/Y PARTNER WANTED; SPLENDID PAY-
<3) I Ovf. log cash business: owuer prefers partner
tv hired help; clears $89 to each; If you want a good
investment here la one that will suit any good man.
. Apply FLETCHER'S. 995 .Market St.. near Sixth, 1*
W AN TED — STEADY YOUNG MAN; PLAIN
xx work; 110 experience necessary; $13 to $15
week; steady place; must have some cash. Apply
931 Market st.. Room 40. no I .1:
PARTIES HAVE NOT USED THEIR
rights to public lands will find it to their interest
to call for the next three days at Room 1. 536
Kearney st. no 3 3t»
G~ RAILING-MAKEItS. 108 FIRST STREET.
no 3 2t»
BARBER WANTED— FIRST-CLASS BARBER;
steady. Apply 416 Hayes St. uo3 lit*
VIIEE LESSONS FOR 2 MONTHS. BURGESS
J BUSINESS COLLEGE, 410 Kearny St. no 2 41*
ANTED - EXPERIENCED CANVASSERS:
xx must be wlde-awaue, pushing ' men, willing t->
work. Call bet. 3 and 4r. a., at 703 Valencia. 2 3t
ANTED— BOYS 15 TO 16 YEAR-. CAI.I-
-" fornia Barrel Company, Potrero. no 2 3t* •
WANTED — GOOD LADIES' TAILOR. E. A*
TT LAURIN. 197 Powell St no'J 3t
It ANTED-ON UNION PACIFIC EXTENSION
v * from Portland, Oregon, rockmen, laborers and
teamsters, and teams at once. Apply to llosv Kit At
KING, 737 Market St.. Koom 6, upstairs. 1 nol 7f
AT ONCE. 6 YOUNG MEN TO LEAKN TELE-
graphing and qualify for good paying positions, j
CAL. TELEGRAPH CO.. Kearny. NX. cor. Clay. 15t
IV ANTED —EXPERIENCED SUPERINTEND-
' xx ent for redwood iumber-nilll: married man pre-
ferred; must be sober, active, fully compeleut; cor-
respondence confidential. Address, giving re',-r
ences and salary desired. P.O. Box 1500. S. F. 29 10*
/Tool) BARBER-SHOP FOR SALK ON ACCOUNT
vjr of departure from city ; investigation solicited.
Apply Call, Brauch Offlce. oc'JO 71*
W ANTED— SO MESSENGER BOYS. APPLY TO
■T the San Francisco District Telegraph Company,
200 Sutter St. oc2B lit
QINGLE FURNISHED ROOMS: PER DAY. 250
O to 75c; per week, $1 to $3; cleauest bouse lv
city. WALDO HOUSE, 733 Market st. oc2S7t*
i. ARBERS WANTED TO BUY SHOPS; I HAVE
I) 50 shops from $199 to $2509. FRANK. 13
Mason st. '■ -■■ 0c27 tf
IV ANTED- Ml J*. AT 227 SECOND ST. To
• I board; spie:. .. i table: good cooking: full bill or
fare; fruit dessert; good coffee and tea; 3 meals 50
cts. ; rooms day, week, mouth: breakfast 5t30 to 9;
diuuer 11:30 to 2: supper 5:30 to 7:39. Montgom-
ery Hotel, remodeled. - .'■■ . . 20 tf
rriHEEVENING BULLETIN, PRICE REDUCED
X to 15 cents per week, delivered by carrier to any
part of city: the Bulletin is the best, oldest
and largest evening paper published on the coast:
orders by postal-card or otherwise will receive
prompt attention. Omce 622 Montgomery st.
AT ONCE— MAN WITH $1909 CASH TO ACT
as treasurer In butcher-shop*, well established:
experience unnece sary; will give half interest;
come In person at ouce. Apply 829 Broadway,
Oakland. oc'J.-i tt
HE EVENING BULLETIN. PRICE REDUCED
to 15 cents per week, delivered by carrier to any
partofthe city: the Bulletin ls the best, oldest
and largest evening paper published on the coast:
orders by postal-card or otherwise will receive
prompt attention. Oflice 622 Montgomery St.
SEAMEN AND ORDINARY SEAMEN' SVAVIEI*.
Shipping Agency. 311 Pacific st oc2j"J*ni
CEN . RAL BATHS: BEST SULPHUR BATHS
V' ln the world for curing skin diseases; all physi-
clans reeomineiid them. 113 Geary St. 0C22 1 m
VI" ANTED— MAN OF INDOMITABLE ENERGY,
IT not afraid of work. Call on F. PERSON, 813
Market at oc3 11 .
ANTED — YOUNG MEN OF MODERATE
11 means to purchase a merchant tailor-made
dress overcoat for $15. latest style, made by a
crack merchant tailor for $39. ORIGINAL MIS-
FIT CLOTHING PARLORS, cor. Post aud Dllpu.lt 1
streets. ■ ■ ■ -- - -
ANTED- MECHANICS AND OTHERS TO
IT know tbat they can buy a merchant tailor-made
Sunday suit for $20, made by a leading merchant
tailor for $40. ORIGINAL MISFIT CLOTiIIN.i
PARLORS, cur. Post and Dupont sts. - .
A 100.090 MEN WANTED TO LOAN MONEY
. ouall articles at low rates; square dealing
UNCLE JACOBS, 613 Pacific sL auUf
ll' ANTED — SEAMEN. ORDINARY . SEAMEN
■'I at 313 Pacific Jaltf tf
11' ANTED-500 MEN. HOWARD AND THIRD;
I * basement, Bee Hive, to cat free home cooked tin:
Itttn li^t beeror wine. 6 cts: open day .* nigtit.s
AIIKNTS WANTED.
A GENTS-THE GREATEST HOLIDAY BOOK
x\ on earth: just published; 800 pages: crimson
and gold cloth: gilt edges; elegant side stamping:
steel-plate aud half tone illustrations: a brilliant
casket of literary gems; 6x9 Inches, and nearly 3
inches thick. THE HISTORY COMPANY, 7*23
Market st. - •- - ■ • .-■- no'J 7:
STANLEY'S OWN BOOK: THE TITLE IS, '-IN
~ Darkest Africa;" alt others are frauds: ■ proof
furnished, and agents wanted by A. L. BANCROFT
It CO.. 132 Post st.. San Francisco. jel7 tf cow
AGENTS WANTED AT ONCE. MEN AND-
ladles, for selling celebrated article: can make
for next 3 months, besides regular commission, the
profit ou uianalacturing. Cail' 129 Taylor st.nol 71*
INTELLIGENT AND ACTIVE CANVASSERS
wanted by the Manhattan Life Insurance Com-
pany, 011 salary and commission. ' Address with
references . and experience. JOHN LANDERS,
Manager, 240 Montgomery sL • oc'J6 tr
AGENTS— DX WITT TALMAGE'S NESV LIFE
XX of Christ now ready, entitled " From Manser '
to Throne"; 409 grand Illustrations: steel ami col-
ored plates: agents wanted In every town: liberal
salary or commission. Address Pacific Pubii-,hin;
Company. 1236 Market St.. San Francisco. oc!9 tf
:■. :'--:.•-. I'AUTNEKS WANTED.
CHANCE FOR A COOK OR WAITER
xV to enter as partner lna good-paying restaurant:
easy payments. L. ANDRE. 320 Sutter St. no 2 3t
PARTNER WANTED IN A WELL-ESTAlt-
llsited business: will pay from $5099 to $6999 a
year; excellent location and handsomely litted
store: young man preferred. Address C. C. It., itux
59. this offics. no-.' At*
' FI'ItNITUItB WANT. I). _ '■_ _-_
ALWAYS SELL YOUR FURNITURE, CARPETS
etc., ■to MARK - LEVY, Room 99, Murphy
Builtliiu*. and receive extra money. ap'J2 tr
EGAN * CO., 743 MISSION ST., PAY CASH FDR
lurnlture, carpets, stoves or anything: stoves
repaired and made equal to new. -■..■ Jyl7 tf
A LARGE QUANTITY OP SECOND-HAND CUOV
nil tir.- wanted; 30 per cent uald more '.Uaii *.i>
where. MALONK. 34 Fourth St. ; new store, mJJ :*
CCABE, 138 FOURTH ST., PAYS THE HIGH
est price for furniture, stoves, ranges, carpets.
MJ. SIMMONS * CO., AUCTIONEERS,. WILL
. buy your lurulture. plauos aud books, it,'
Marketst * ■ '■'..■- „-'. , ap9tt .
ALL SECOND-HAND FURNITURE AND CAUr
pets bought, large er small lots; call or sou J
postal. ROSENTHAL. 110 Fourths*. noill?
DLUNDY, 829 MARKETST., PAYS HIGHEST
. price for second-hand furniture. : .. aps tf .--.•
YOU CAN GET MORE MONEY FOR YOUR SK.;
ond-hand lurnlture from J. NOONAN * CO.
1021 Mission st. ur. sixth, than elsewhere tall tf -
i-' -y '-1 : \ :''j'J ROOMS J- WANTED .
U'OMAN SVHO DOES HOUSE-CLEANING Wlsii-
TT es a furnished room In a family on street where .
there aro no cars; state price. I Address S. T., Box I
15. this olllce. - ... . - -.---■.■■.-..-. -n* .
j-: ;■• .' t BOARDING . WANTED. ..■
V|.'ANTEI)J^A~HOMK FOR A LADY SVITH : A
Tl monthly Income of $20. Call 348 Clementina
street. ■■■ *■ .-—*.--"-..■-.-.-. no4-3t* ■
• IVANTKD-MISCELLANKoUS. . """
WANTED— A GOOD SETTER, BROKEN FOR
TT general work; state price tt reasonable. Ad-
dress P. PYHRB. 108 O'Farrell st. - -- *. not 3t*
-jai:i*i.nteks" ANU JjtlJlLDKlt-t. '-
J-. BOEHRER -A 1 CO., * CARPENTERS AND
. Builders. 113 Leidesdorff st. - - se3 It -
J V. LAWRENCE, CAitPENTKK AND BUILDKtt,
• 419 Sacramento st ; cabinet work and dutng up
egices promptly attended to: telephone HOP. uild.C
'. ~~ r ~~. FINANCIAL. ■*".: ','..,--.■ ■ .
I VOK SA LIS - 8 AN D !10 PER CENT • FIRST
I JT mortgages on real estate. I C. U. STREET Jt: CO.,
415 Monlgoiiin st. -. -.*» : ■■.■*..%■. ■* . oc7 lm
SAN FRANCISCO COLLATERAL LOAN BANK.
O 638 Kearny St.. the only corporation that lends .
money on diamonds, watches: lew interest, ocltt I
" J ■'':'J'"-J~'?* lt,^" .- TO LOAN. ..t-.rj-^:-.- :-.-•-'
ON 2ND • MORTGAGE] OR NOTES; "^ON~TsT
mortgage 6*r. .1 1- ISAACS 41 1 ______!_ 1
'■"}-f: * JJ * v INTER RESORTS. V^s
"ample copy 1 1 V~t he hotel guide, co* I
_ taming a directory of California hotels and r*
aorta, sent free to auy address. Hotel Guide, 3; )
I'l'll St., UulouClUh LulldlUi. - - jWot ■

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