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HOW HAGANS FELL
Nellie Horton Finishes Her
V Sad Tale.
FIRED IN SELF-DEFENSE.
Hagans Promised to Treat Her
BUT HE BROKE HIS PROMISE.
The Defendant Exhibits More Com
posure Than Before — Beginning
of the Cross-Examination.
The trial of Nellie Horton for the killing
of Charles K. Hagans was resumed yester
day before Judge Wallace, and the whole
day was taken up with the examination of
At the trial proceeds Nellie Horton is
acquiring more and more composure, and
altboueh once in a while she breaks down
and is apparently on tee verge of another
fit of hysteria, yet the presence of her sis
ter, Mrs. Curumings, on the witness-stand
beside her, has lent her comfort and on tbe
whole her testimony of yesterday was
clearly and concisely given.
She told the court of a violent assault
made upon her at the Parker House, on
which occasion she in the course of a strug
gle with her lover pulled a pistol from her
Docket. Hagans jumped back against tbe
wall and threw up his hands, exclaiming,
"For God's sake, Xell, don't shoot !" The
defendant said, "Charlie, I won't shoot
you, but I can't live if you are going to
treat me so."
"Then," said the defendant, ''l Dnt the
pistol to my head and was attempting to
pull tbe trigger when Charlie crabbed the
pistol from my band. I begged and plead
ed with him to give me back the pistol, but
be quietly took out the cartridges and put
them and the pistol in bis pocket." The
witness at this point broke down and was
unable to tell Attorney Heynemann what
happened afterward. She said, however,
that this occurred just before Charles Ha
gans went to the mines.
"Do you know for what purpose Charlie
Hagans returned from the mines?"
"Yes, sir; he came back to marry me.
And when be returned he made so much
of me that his mother grew quite jealous.
He was awfully kind to me. Then after a
while bis conduct changed greatly to me,
although his letters continued to be most
A new point was at this juncture raised
for the defence. Attorney Heynemann at
tempted to introduce a letter which she
wrote to a mutual frieud, Mr?. Elizabeth
Hoover, in which she recounted all her
troubles and sufferings caused her by tbe
deceased. The prosecution objected.
"For what purpose is the letter intro
duced?" asked the Judge.
"To show the defendant's condition of
mind at the time." answered Heynemano.
"Oli, well, on that account I'll admit the
letter. But this is the first time I knew
that insanity was a Dart of the defense.
It's a new one on me.''
The letter in question the defendant had
shown to Father Sasia before posting if.
It was rend by Father Sasia on that occa
sion ani the defendant was so affected that
she fainted. Eventually the letter never
readied Mrs. Hoover at all. Attorney
Hey.nemaun then read the letter in court,
and once more tbe unhappy woman's fren
zied iove for the deceased betrayed itself:
January 22, 1893.
Mrs. E. Hoovr, Tucoma— Dear Friend: 1
bave just bt-en reading a lovely long let'.er tioiu
y tiu t <> ( liai lie. I have two of them, dated July
and August, ] 892. He used to take Measure in
readme your letters to trie When tie came nonie
from the mines.
I assure you it was a pleasure, and as I sit
her'- aione, fneudless. with my heart breaking
slowly ana mo«t cruelly, I cannot help but plead
for your friendship. Suiely you will be a friend
lo me when you are a fiieud io him wiio was
the cause of all my misery, wnicb has been
Kept a secret too lone. It Is killing me.
Oh, that I had died when I wan a good, true.
Innocent girt, a* I was when I met Charlie
Llagans. But with all I love him co distraction.
1 have sacrificed everything lor him only to
bave my happiness blasted for ever. I have
even parted with my last dollar. I had $900
in bank when I in t him and kept drawing
little by liitle to help him. He has had ail of
(700, part in cash and the lest in buying things
for him. I sent him my last $130 in casli when
he was in tlie mines, besides seeding him every
thing be asked for. When he came home 1 had
saved up fSO of mv earnings, aud (bat went.
Now, I nave a $45 diamond ring that my
mother give me In paw;*, dad to do It to get
something to eat for two weeks.
When I wrote to Charlie to tell htm I bad to
starve or pawn some of my things he didn't
even answer my letter. Tnen I wrote and told
him what 1 bad done and be didn't answer
I can do nothlne lor him now but die, and
tbat I will do readily. Oh, my liod, liow I nave
puttered. He used to love roe and say bow
happy we would be when we were man led, but
now lie treats me no cold and mean. It is kill
ing me by Inches, and he knows It too well.
V l.cii I cry and faint it don't affect him. 1 lie
other evening he was sick and I went to see
him, and I felt sorry for him, but he was so
chilly to me. I came home and went to bed.
and while worrying about him I toon a chili. A
gentleman in the next room heard me groaning
and sent for tbe landlady. When she came In
she thought 1 was dead. She sent for a doctor
and he carve and worked with me for nearly
two hours. They had to rub my bands ana
arms for one hour.
wiien I went to see Charlie the next morn in p.
feeling so weak and heartbroken, he said, very
chilly, "If you keep ou worrying you will die or
Oh. my God, Mrs. H., what will I do? I
can't give him up now. Must 1 die lor him?
Does be love you? Don't take him from me. He
is my life, my all. If I could only see you for
one bour and tell you one-third ot my sufferings
and grief. For God's saxe write me an eu
couragtug letter and advise me. 1 have a mar
ried sister here and il she knew how I was
suffering It would kill her or any ol my brothers
and sisters. She has ouly been here a month
and I can't visit her, because she would ask
about my money and I couldn't tell her, and
because I Keep away from them she thinks I
am a mean sister. Hut I wouldn't care for any
thing and I could fortet all if Charlie would
only love me as he used to.
On, who ha; won hU love from me? No one
will or could be as deserving of it as 1. Please
don't tell bltn of this letter. It would only
make him all the more bitter against me. I
know he thinks everyihlngof you and would
do most anything for you. Please write by re
turn mail ana lei me know it you will be a
friend of mine. I can't sleep at nights and my
he.iitii Is. bieaklng uown.
Charlie knows how 1 am suffering, 1 have
told him over and over agam.
Now 1 must stop or 1 will be sick to-morrow.
Don't think I will be able to work. If you
know why be Is treating me so cold please tell
me at once, and do what you can lor me. 1 feel
as 11 1 can't live another day. May God have
mercy on me.
Trusting you will pray for me— yes, aud for
poorChaille. 1 love him and am dying (or
him. If he would love me It would savt my
soul. I told bint 1 couldn't plead for his love
1 trust you to keep my trouble a secret, and
above all don't think any the less of Chailie,
but pray lor him. Yours In great distress.
In addition to the above letter ilsere was
a second communication, dated February
8, 18y:i, from which Mr. Heynemann read
the following extracts:
When I a<ked Charley wbat made him treat
nir so he relused to glvr any explanation and
MM, "I will tell you in your own room so you
can ciy and faint; I don't want that here."
lit* won my due love by proteasing hi*. Then
be took my nioiity and wronged me so cruelly,
and pi evented me from many ing a true-hearted,
honor bleg'-ntlemau and let me saclflce eveiy
tnlnc lor him, even my soul, and die wih a
broken lit-ait. It he would be true to me and
marry me when in a position to do so I will for
Nothiug but Charlie's love can save me. I
prefer aeatu to life wlrhout Sim. May Uod for
fcive me. |L H.
The defendant sobbed bitterly while the
letter was being read, and it was feared
that btie would fniut at any moment. The
presence ol her sister, however, soothed her
and kept her quiet.
Attorney Heynemann then read an un
dated letter, purporting to have been writ
tea to her brother. Iv reply to a question
by the Judge the defendant said that she
meaut her brother to receive the letter
after she had ended her trembles by com
mitting suicid**. The letter is as follows:
Dear nick: Would have written to you be
fore, but was so in hopes that my silence would
cause you to foii?et me. Aud It is with a
lnoken'heart that I roust ask you to do bo now.
Dear Dick, dou't marry. It will nad to my
misery tf I thought you would. Try and forgot
you ever had a outer Nellie. Destroy my pic
ture ;incl anything else you have that will make
you think ot me.
I love you dearly as any sister could, and
always have, and althougn I [ailed to show any
appreciation to you tor being such a good, kind
brotNer 1 have not forgotten it; no, and never
would have done- so.
Dear Dick, it would be impossible to tell you
how I have sulteied. God alone knows I have
kept tt a >»eeiei too long to save you and the one
who lias wronged me :>o ciueliy. Have sacri
ficed all for him, only io bave my happiness—
y>s, and I might venture to say my soul— blastrd
forever. There is nothing left now but to die
fur him. which will end my mneiy.
Now, I must bid you a last farewell forever,
ana, a- a last request, to lessen my misery for
get, und lv case anything happens dhown me.
Give my love to Emily aud Mike aud tell tlieni
I can'i write auolher letter like this. Ttiev
also nave been very kind to me, which I fulled
to show auy appreciation lor owing to my
Now. dear D ick, forgive me and don't worry,
and ask the rest to do the same.
The poem written by tbe defendant and
headed "For Cnarlie," which had been
ruled out a few days previously, was in
troduced again, and this time Judge Wal
lace admitted it. The poem hag already
been published, and its lines, while not
strictly rhythmical, contain some very
touching breathings of love and affection.
Attorney Heynemann next read a short
communication from Hagans to the de
fendant, in which he begged her not to
worry him with any more letters and rues
sages. A recess was then taken.
In the afternoon the courtroom was not
large enough to admit the throngs of spec
tators who flocked thither, so the gallery
above was thrown open to the public use,
and in a moment a dense throng gazed
down upon the unhappy woman.
The defendant was recalled and asked
to relate the whole circumstances of the
fatal night of July 9. She said that
Charles Hacans sent her a note asking her
to meet him. She did so, and they took a
walk, eventually entering a bouse where
Ilagaui said he bad a room. She did not
even know what street the house was in.
Charlie promised to behave himself, and
said he merely wished to have a talk with
"I went upstairs following Charlie,"
said the witness. "We entered the room
and I sat ou the lounge. Then Charlie
made me take my bat and veil off, as he
wanted to kiss me. We then talked fot a
lone while. I don't know how long.
"Suddenly Charlie looked at me and
said, 'Nell, I've got you now; you've got
to submit to me.' I saiu, 'My God, Charlie,
have you no honor? You promised you
would behave. You have destroyed my
happiness — even my soul. For God's sake
leave me alone.' Then be took hold of me
and struggled with me. I broke away
from him and he struck me. I pulled my
pistol from my pocket ana fired. He said,
' , Nell, I'll fix you for this.' I then
felt something heavy strike me on the
head. I can't remember anything more."
"What was your object in carrying the
"To protect myself in this way. I re
solved to kill myself."
"That is, in case Hasans attempted to
assault you again?"
"Yes, oh, yes!" said the witness, throw
ing her arms out wildly.
The first point touched upon by Mr.
Deuprey in cross-examination was the
pistGl. In answer to his questions the
defendant said that she bought It at a
pawnshop and afterward took it to a gun
store. She practiced with it frequently,
but not when it was loaded. She bought
the pistol for her self-destruction at the
time when Hagans' conduct toward her
changed and she felt that he no longer
The defendant was then subjected to a
searching cross-examination on the first
assault alleged to have been attempted in
Golden Gate Park. She admitted that on
that occasion, although bis conduct was
very improper, yet do serious trouble
"Why, then, did you again accompany
Hasans to the park at night?" asked
"Because he solemnly promised me never
to act so again."
An attempt on the part of Mr. Deuprey
to cross-examine the witness upon the cir
cumstances attending a subsequent visit
to the park nearly resulted in more
hysterics on the part of tbe defendant, and
direct questions had to be abandoned.
She said, however, that on that occasion
Hasans accompanied her home.
The witness was then cross-examined* as
to what took place on one occasion at the
Parker House. She admitted that on that
occasion she did not scream out, nor did
she inform the landlady of Hagans' at
tempted assault upon her. It was after
that evening that the defendant again ac
companied liagans to the park.
Asked concerning her bank deposit,
Miss Hortos was unable to say in what
bank the money lay, but she thought it
was the German Savings Bank. She had
no bankbook, as she gave it up when she
withdrew her deposit.
"When was that, madam?"
"When Charlie asked me lor $35 to buy
a new suit." . .
"Have you kept no memoranda of vari
ous Amounts tbat you gave him from time
"I did keep memoranda, but they are
destroyed long ago. 1 destroyed them
while Charlie was at the mines."
The witness stated further that she had
destroyed all Hasans' notes asking for
money. Ilagans grew frightened when he
knew she had kept them, and on his
urgent request she allowed Hagans him
self to destroy them. Harry tStraub's let
ters were destroyed at the same time. She
had not at the present time any paper or
letter showing any record of any sum of
money given to Hasans.
The visit of the defendant in February
last to Berkeley was the next topic of dis
cussion. Mr. Druprey desired to show
tbat the defendant went to Berkeley on
account of a letter she had received
respecting another eirl to whom Hagans
bad been sending bouquets and not
St tbe sole purpose of recovering 85
from Hngans. There was a prolonged
discussion among counsel over this, tho
Judge Inclining to the view that it was not
proper cross-examination. Eventually it
was decided to take an adjournment until
Death of Clerk Ferre.
G. 11. Ferre, liquidating clerk in the
Custom-house, died on Saturday evening,
after an illness of only a week.
Mr. Ferre bad been connected with the
Custom-house for over twenty years. He
came to tbis fctate during tbe mining ex
citeniPiit and became quite wealthy in
Nevada County. His financial prosperity
did not continue, and be save up mining
to take a position in tbe Custom-house.
A delegation of Custom-bouse employes
will act as pallbearers at the funeral, which
takes place this morning.
Mr. Ferre was 63 years of age.
B. Feigeubaum, the toy merchant, was
again ettached yesterday. This time it
was by Eli Welle & Co. for 53551. John
McLaugiilin also garnisheed £3000 belong
ing to Ftttgenbaum and in the possession
of William*, Dimond & Co.
tnttantly remove* and forever destroy* objec-
tionable hair, whether upon the hand*, fact, .
arm* or neck,icithout dit color all on or injury ■
to the most delicate ik,n. It was for fifty
rears tbe secret formu a of Erasmus
i Wilson; acknowledged by physicians as
tbe highest authority and tb* most eminent
' dermatolof and hair specialist that ever
'lived. During bis private practice of a lire-
time among tbe nobility and aristocracy of
Europe be prescribed this reelpe. Price,
8' l>y mail, securely packed. Correspon-
dence confidential. Hole Agents tor Amer-
' Tbe Skoofcum Root Hair Grower: Co.,
: Dept. ft., 67 South Fifth Avenue, New York
au24 lv TaSuTa V ".. f-^JJ'-'
THE MORNING CALL, SAN FRANCISCO, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1893.
Saville's Career in San
Arrested for Forgery He Got Eight
Years, but Was Pardoned
After Serving Two.
William Griffith, alias Griffin, alias Gra
ham, alias Steiner, whose successful
swindling operations in London. England,
as fraudulent confidential aeent of the
Standard Oil Company were referred to in
a dispatch from New York, is well known
to the detective department in this city.
H« was here in 1878 and was then known
as G. M. Saville, alias H. Percy, nlias
W. J. Hadley, alias William Grins, alias
Robinson. He was very liberal with his
money, spending it freely on champagne
to all who cared to partake of his hos
In this way he gathered arcund him
most of the sporty men and young men
with means and then began to play them
for all they were worth.
He had an unlimited supply of Bank of
England notes and offered them for sale at
a discount of 1000 p6r cent, that is io say
he would offer $500,000 worth for SSOOO, or
in lesser quantities in the same proportion.
A large number were caught by the
exceedingly liberal offer, the more so when
be insisted upou them going to a bank and
testing the genuineness of tne notes. The
notes were perfect imitations, but unfor
tunately at the end of six months or so the
paper crumbled into pieces and me fraud
was discovered, but the man had by
that time been arrested for forging circular
letters and the speculators had to quietly
submit to their losses.
It was stated in the dispatch that Saville,
while masquerading here as Lord Ashbur
ton, was banqueted by the Mayor, but this
is not true.
Saville was arrested on December 24,
1878, by Captaiu Lees and Detective
Meagber on the charge of forging circular
letters and was held to answer before the
Superior Court in $10,000 bonds.
On August 6, 1579, ilurini: his trial before
the Superior Court, he was on his w;iy
from the court to the County .Jail Io charge
of DfDuty Sheriff Garvey. When they
were passing 13 Eddy street, then occupied
by Mrs. Clark, Seville asked to be allowed
to go upstairs and see a woman, aud the
deputy consented. The deputy was un
aware of the fact that there wa* an en-
trance to the house both from Eddy street
and from Market street and he was sur
prised to limi that his prisoner had quietly
made his exit by the Market-street en
trance while he was i atiently waiting for
bis return at the Eddy-*tref> t futrance.
Four days afterward Detective Bain
bridge happened to be at Gilrny to visit a
friend, and while steppius aft* the car he
was startled by coming face to fact with
.Saville on the platform und promptly
Dlaced him under arrest and brought him
back to the County Jail. The Sher.ff had
offered a rewarl of $300 for Saville's re-
On June 14, ISBO. Savillo was sentenced
to eight years in San Quentin, and on
March 11, 18b2, he was trancierred to Fol
som. That year he was pardoned by Gov
ernor Perkins, and that w;is the last heard
of him here.
Royce's Sentence To-Day.
Clark E. K. Royce was to have come up
ar sentence yesterday before Judee Sea-
well for the crime of embezzlement, com
mitted in misappropriating funds belong
ing to the Veterans' House Association, of
which he was treasurer. Ou motion of
Royce's attorney the sentence was con
tinued uutll 2 o'clock this afternoon.
The Dairy Maids.
In view of the recent disturbances in
the milk question, the young people of
Dr. Mackenzie's church will give an en
tertainment. A joint convention of erang
crs, dairy maids and Farmers' Alliance
will be held in the parlors of the church
on Friday evening.
NOTICE OF MEETIKOi).
i3o; t. iT~
m*& and A. M.. 029 Sntter St.. meets fk
THIS (TUESDAY) EVENING, at 7:30 "s£2f
o'clock. 2 D. . ' /N^N
_1 GEORGE PENLINGTON. Secretary.
jfr^S 1 " Magnolia Lodcre No. 29, oSijsyiiK«£>.
£&-»' I. O. K. F.. convenes In special &&~^£&-
meeting THIS EVKNIMi, at 7:30 S^HS^S?
o'clock, in Memorial Hall, to transact 'wliiw
all its business, to be followed by a district meet-
log under Us auspices. Punctual attendance or of-
ficers and members or tie lodge and order Is re-
quested.]  SAMUEL POLLACK. Secretary.
K3g=» Officer* and Members of aWIY,
iE^ Washington Lodge No. tfO. A O. U. fc^rjK:
W.— You are hereby notified to'attend the g*;
funeral of our late brother. I. M. BAEHR. t?H»i'. c "
from Metzier's undertaking parlors, 636 Washing-
ton St., TO-DAY, October 31, at 2 r. v.
1 w. H. PORTER. Recorder,
BiS" Ancient Order of For»-»tpr».>»x_*<tf'
m*& The officers and members of the va- P^f
rious courts, circles and uniform com- Jff\
panles, with their friends, are invited to # j
meet at the narow-eauge ferry, foot of Market
street, on WEDNESDAY, November 1. at 7:30
a. m., In order to take part In the excursion to San
Jose, where a parade, barbecue and ball will take
place. Round-trip ticket* pood for return on
same day or on forenoon of November 2. Adulta
SI 26; children 50 cents. By order.
HENRY BEAVEB, H. C. R.
Attest: J. Falcon P. S. oc3l at
gt^jbr* The Officers and M' tubers ST
Wr&? of Damon Lodge No. 2, K. of P.. " j**,
are hereby notified to assemble at FythvSSc-E/ 1
lan Castle. 909 V 2 Market St.. on W KD- Jt*=i£j
NKSDAY, November 1, at 1:30 r. v., to attend
the funeral of our late brother, K. a. PARKER,
P. C. W. F. ROBINSON. C. C.
E. B. Habdinq, K. of R. & 8. 0c312t
t^S" A. O. H. Division » Am'!3Es! t \ *.
»V-^ No. 2. — The monthly , />"3r?t\uiA?
meeting of this division will *_7« \\\|bks* »
bo held in Drew's Hall._vJtiak\\jßi7Cjr'
WEDNtSDAY EVENING, No-C^^Vfflß'V*V
veniber 1. at 7:30 o'clock. 'I li c ™dr^BFW' »» ?J
delinquent list will be acted .'■''"' '-^ »
on. Candidates for membership, transferred am!
sojourning brothers are requested to be present.
By order ; M. F. Don LEA VY, President.
P. J. Mekhas. Recording Secretary. oc3l at
■^S 3 Ini'n Lo.ice No 1895, K. or 11.-
S»-^ The officers and members of Onion Lodge
are hereby requested to attend the funeral of out
deceased brother, HO BERT KCHKEINER. THIS
DAY (Tuesday), at 2 o'clock p. m.. from Teutonic
Hall. Howard at., near Tenth. -
1 CHA3. O. SCHAEFER. Reporter.
W- >r > Old Friepd* Met First and Third
■rJS' Thursday nights each month In Myrtle Hall.
Alcazar Theater building. Take elevator at west
crn entrance. A. CRAIG, President.
J. E. Slinkey, Secretary. 0c29 'itSuTu
EPS' Annual M«i'tin(f— Not i-o Is Herein
(*-*' given that the eleventh annual meeting ol
the stockholders of the San Frauclsco Mutual
Loan Association will be held at the office or the
corporation, 6-4 Montgomery street, WKDNES
DAY, November 1, 1893. at 7:30 o'clock ? M.,foi
the purpose of electing directors for | the ensulnf
year, presentation of the eleventh annual repori
and the transaction of such other business as ma}
come before the meeting.
books fur a limited number of shares or tb(
twelfth series are now open at the office of tin
secretary, 624 Montgomery street. San Francisco:
at the branch office, 478 Tenth street, Oakland
and corner Seventh and Willow streets, West
Oakland. - By order of the board or directors. : ,
T. J. WELSH, President
A. Sbabbobo, Secretary. 0c27 id
K-jgr* Notice or Special Meeting of Stock-
Wt^r holders— Notice is hereby given : tbat i
special meeting of the stockholders of the Bulwei
Oon. Mining Company will be held at the office o
the company, room No 33, Nevada blocc >o 30£
Montgomery St.. San Francisco, Cal., on WKDNES-
DAY, the Htb day of November. A D. 1893. at tin
hour or 1 o'clock p. m., to determine, vote on am
(If cine what disposition shall be made of and wltt
all shares of the capital I stock of this corporator,
heretofore purchased by It at sales thereof for un-
paid assessments, costs and charges due thereon
Said capital stock is held by the corporation, sub
Jcct to the control or Its ■ stockholders, who maj
make such I disposition of the same as they ma;
deem fit by a vote of a majority of all the remain
ing share* of the capital stock, v By order of tb(
board or directors. • : •
San Francisco, Cal., October 18. 1893.
L. OSBORN, Secretary.
Office— Room 33. Nevada block, No. 309 Mont
goniery St.. San Kranclsco. Cai. ... oc!9 td
IKS* Annual Meetlner— <-ri»at Western
te^r. Quicksilver Mining Company. The regulai
annual inciting of the stockholders in ureai
Western Quicksilver Mining Company will be hek
at , the office or the company, 328 . M ont/om. rj
st., room 7. San Francisco, Cal.. on -.WEDNES-
DAY, the Ist day of November, 1893, at the houi
or 3 p. m., for the purpose: or electing a Board o
Directors to serve for the ensuing year, and foi
the transaction of such other business as ma]
come before the meeting. ■ • . v ,
A. HALBEY. Secretary.
Office— 32B Montgomery St., room 7, San Fran
Cisco, C»L 0c24 td
MEETING NOTICES-CONTINUED. '
PS*- he in, iff ■ nci«.co »<">'• vQv
Of^ s ' tlsh thistle Club will give alQu/7
grand Halloween party at their hall, 115 "Tk,Ls*
Mlunast, on 'I UEmday EVENING, Oc- • Vi 7%
tober 31, an old-time programme of games . sons'
and dancing will be ?lveu. Grand march at 8
o'clock. General admission 25 cents.
oc-9 SuTu 2t LI I ERARY COMMITTEE.
Bf^» To Let Lodgn a ><l Society RoemcS
*•■*' rent reduced. Union-square Hall building,
421 Post st. -.■■■■ , »c-.t<7t«
ft^S* The Williams Hardware Company
*"■*" will keep open evenings to accommodate
parties wishing to purchase beating, oil, gas.
wood or coal stoves: R ranges; largest assortmen t
and lowest prices: a flood of electric light to
show goods; stove-linings and- repairs for all
stoves and ranges. 211. 213. 216 Fourth st. 25 7t
fps= Machine-Whitewash inc C<»ntrnct«
**** taken : machines fur sale. 5 Spear st,mlB ly
gt^S 3 A Gnaruiitoc; French Female I* ills:
. »**' never fall suppressed monthly periods, no
matter whnt cause- produce effect desired. MRS.
DA VIES, 1236 MarKet. Murphy building, r. 53. tf
jjjtT^p Get Your House-Paliilln;c. l°ai>er-
JC ' banging and decorating done reasonable at
G. ORSl'is, 26 Montgomery aye. : telephone 586t1.tf
p^»All Ladies! Any AH: Baf«\Qulek Corn
■»*>*' guarant'd;boine. best care: disgrace.danger
avoided. F.'Gold' pills $2. v afegunrdss,Call or write
confidential, free.Dß Anthan,V29 Ke«rny st.,S. F.
••To save time and expense. go to IntaillbleDr.A." tf
*Lxfc-» Cancer— The Ko^hler Cancer Cure
»~*r- Co. is located at 14-8 Market, S. F. Cam
Tumors or malignant growths are removed with-
out knife or caustic; a Guaranteed Cubs a
specialty: call or send for circular: consultation
free. |my2B 6ml PHILIP KOEHLER. Mgr.
K3" Bad Tenant* Ejected for 84. Col-
•*"-*' lections made, city or C'Untry. Pacific Col-
lectlon Co,. 415 Montn'y St.. r. 6. Tel 6580.de24 tt
|KS=» John F. Lyons, Notary Public ami
itr^cr Commissioner of Deeds, office 607 Mont-
gomery: telephone 6439; residence 2202 Stelner
street. .-. . je9 tf
•Hf^Sr* Book* Itoucht »nil Hold. Healy Si
&-& DALY. 408 o'rarrellst. 18 tf
VSPST W'hit*ninjr rooms. 91 I i»; Vainsr lie
*^-^$sup. OEO. HARTMAN.SI3 I bird st.Jy2
fflp^S 3 Ladies' BafoKuard«; Send fnrlllns'd
tir-& catalogue. Acme Kubl>er Co., 235 Kearny.tf
95~S' Dr. Hall, 1336 T»lark«»t, Murphy
C* > -* y bldg rmss3 and 64: diseases of women. 6m
Kgf» Mr». I! i11... i. Midwife— Female. Di-i-
-B**-^ eases; private home. 420 V a Natoma.3 lm*
W^W «a<ii-8 in Trouble Coll at Once.
&*■& 342 Third st. MRS. DR. TOLMAN. for-
merly .Mrs. Dr. Martin. Private home couliumt. 6 tf
IKy I>r. Schmidt, German Midwife,
**■& 1211 1 /*} Mission: private home couflnein'nt:
monthly irregularities cured 1 day; no niHtrin ts.tf
XJ leave your Older with J. F. CROSETT & CO..
312 Batter st. i_
•Vf EAT ENGLISH WOMAN WISHES ANY KIND
i-' or work by the day; best of city references;
wages $1 50 per day. Call 1239Va Market st,
room 22. oc3l at*
; V YOUNG GIRL TO ASSIST LIGHT HODSE-
• ' work: fully competent and willing. Call
1324Va Harrison, near nth. • oc3l St*
D"RESSMAKhR-FIRSr-~CLASB FITTER AND
1 ' stylish draper and designer; tborongh dress-
maker: by the day. Call or address 327 Ivy ave-
nue. ■••■ oc3l 3t*
EXPECTABLE MIDDLE - AGED WOMAN
'Wishes situation co do housework in small
family; will work for $12 month; Is good cook:
city or country. Call lO.Stockton place, bet. Post
and Sutter. off StocKton. oc3l 3t» -
LMRST ■ CLASS DRESSMAKER rROM THE
r East wishes customers by the day. Address
323>.4 Ivy avenue. oc3l 3f
pOMPETENT GERMAN GIKL WISHES SITU-
-*' atlon to take care of children. A. R, box 10,
this offlie. oc3l M m
NORWEGIAN GIRL WANTS SITUaTION TO
1\ do. upstairs work. Plesecali or address 1006 Va
Valencia St., bet Twenty-first and Twenty-sec-
ond. oc3l 3t*
rpHOROUOHLY BUSINESS COUPLE, WELL
I acquainted, would like to take charge of road
or lodging house. Call or address i:., box 128,
Call Branch office. <>c:-tl 3t*
OUNG WOMAN WOULD LIKE POSITION
■ as housekeeper for widower where there are
children, or would take care of Invalid lady. Call
or address R. C, 1048 Peralta st , Oakland. 31 3t
EXFERIKNCEO INFANTS' NURSE (PROT EB-
-tant) will take entire charge of an infant.
grown children or upstairs work. D. P., 191
Hyde st. oc3l 3t*
\IIDDLE-AGED WIDOW, FOND OF CHIL-
.'« dren, wishes to take the entire care or a child,
in widower's family preferred. Address 140 Hill
st., lower flat. oc3l nt»
pOMPETENT YOUNG WOMAN WANTS To GO
* J out by the day washing or housecleanlng.
Call or address 230Va Ninth M oc3l 3t*
RELIABLE WOMAN WANTS WORK BY THE
XV day. washing, 'lroning - and i- honsecleanlng.
Please call or address 858 Mission st. .oc3l 3t*
SCANDINAVIAN GIRLS WANT SlTUA-
tions to do general housework or upstairs
wore. Please call or address -:>u Kearny St.,
room 27. ■ . 0c.31 3t«
OESPECTABLE YOUNG WOMAN WAN IS A
IV situation to do second work or assist In light
housework. Please call or address 542 Seven.
teentb st. , ■ ' oc3l "IV*
RELIABLE WOMAN WANTS SITUATION TO
IV do general housework. Please call or address
1231 Market St.. room 23. oc3l 2t»
y OUNG GIRL WANTS SITUATION ASCHAM-
-1 bermaid. and will assist In waiting. Please
call or address 639 Howard st oc3l 2t»
I>Y WOMAN JUST FROM THE EAST.IN SMALL
• ' American family; Is good plain cook. Call
1223 Bush st.. rear. •_
T>Y MIDDLE-AGED ENGLISH WOMAN; IS A
I > good cook: will do the work of a small ramliy:
city or country. Call or address English, Ameri-
can House, Second st. » . •
IDDLE-AHED WOMAN DESIRES POSITION
as working housekeeper fur small family or
coot:. Call or apply 1119y Howard st. ,*
. IRL WOULD LIKE A PLACE TO DO LIGHT
' 1 housework or upstairs work and take care of
children. Please call 2429 Suttor st. «
} EXPERIENCED MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN
■j wants a position to care for an Invalid and
keep house; good references Call 730 O' i-arrell.*
EXPERIENCED COOK AND GENERAL
XJJ worker wishes situation in private family;
thoroughly clean; good bread-maker, and can
give good references. 1412 Harrison st *
VI ANTED-BY RELIABLE SCOTCH WOMAN,
'' to do housework: is good cook and worker;
wages $15; good reference. Address 79 Jessie
t.. bet. First and Second. *
1»Y A GOOD COOK; WILL ASSIST WITH
I> washing and Ironing. Call 304 Hyde st. *
IV OMAN WANTS SITUATION TO DO GEN.
»' eral housework; Is good plain cook: city ref-
erences. Piease call or address 1019 Powell st.,
near Washington. - *
LXPERIENCED CHAMBERMAID WANTS
*-> situation; city or country. Please call or ad-
dress 133 Shipley st. *_
\\ OMAN WOULD GO OUT BY THE DAY, OR
'' would take gentlemen's washing In; mending
at home, 965 Howard ft. ■. . *
%V ANTED BY YOUNG GIRL— PLACE FOR UP-
■' stairs work and the care of children. Apply
430V a Tchamast , . - ' ' ■ * -■■
L> ELI ABLE WOMAN WANTS WASHING
It ironing and bousecleanlng by the day. Please
call ot address 667 Minna St.. cor. Seventh. «
V OUNG GERMAN GIRL, 13 YEARS OF AGE.
1 would like situation to assist in light house-
work. Call at 344 Firth st. •_.
1 ADY DESIRICS POSITION AS HOUSE-
J ' keeper or chamberwork. Call or address 664y
Howard st . room 45.' ■■■'■ ■■■•'" '■' *__
ii OMAN WANTS HOUSEWORK BY THE DAY
*' or to assist In light work by the month. Ad-
dresiC.H., Call Branch. 116 Ninth st. *
QITUATION WANTED BY COMPETENT WO-
O man as cook and laundress. Please call at
1103 Powell st *_
"YOUNG woman WANTS a situation AS
i. child's nurse. Please address C. s., box US,
Call Branch office. *
YOUNG WOMAN WISHES SITUATION TO DO
< general housework; Is good cook and laun-
dress: wishes to aleep at home. Apply grocery,
cor. Kearny and Union sts. . -■■■-.' *__
pOMPEEENT WOMAN WISHES WORK BY
V' the day; good references. Call at 1322 Mis-
slonst. • . ■ .-. .. - - -■ - •■•■-■ •_
YOUNG GIRL WISHES SITUATION FOR
general housework aud good plain cooking;
small family; $20. Apply: 807 Nineteenth St.,
near Guerrero. v '. ■■ . ■ ■■*■
\\ ANTED— BY RELIABLE WOMAN, PLACE
"to do general housework; good cook and
laundress. 221 Minna at. oc3o 8t«
SWEDISH GIRL WISHES SITUATION AS
O waitress In private family; oest references;
see party in person at bouse of Mr. F. K. Zook, .san
Rafael, before .November 4. 0c303f
Vf IDDLfc-AGED . = WOMAN WANTS SITUA-
-I<l tlon to- do ' light housework, and cooking;
wages $10. 299 Clementina st. - oc3o 'it* ■>-
IVE MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN WISHES 81T-
uation In small family: is good cook and laun-
dress; city or country. Apply or address 1000
Wasulngton st. . / , ■ oc3o 3t*
situation wanted by a good nurse in
O sickness or confinement; references. .Address
1612 Stevenson St.. near Eighteenth. . oc3o 3t*
,VOU>G WOMAN COMPETENT TO DO HOUSE-
-1 work in private family wishes situation: wages
moderate. 312 Eighth St.. near F0130m.0c30 3t«
OUNG GERMAN ffOMA < WISHES TO .1)1)
housework; is a good sewer by bind or ma-
chine . Apply 83 Everett St.. top floor. oc3o 2t*
SCANDINAVIAN GIRL WISHES A PLACE TO
Odo general housework. 606 a Twenty-first st.
near Harrison. : ; oc3o 21*
LADY AND . DAUGHTER. ... UNDERSTAND
running lodglng-nouie, wish a position or will
take . charge .of house. Addresss C, 127 Call
Branch office. , ->.••-:■■' oc'^9 st*
L BENCH COOK. SPEAKS ENGLISH, GOOD
• cook, wants situation In private family; good
references. Address G. L., box 160, Call Branch
Office. - oc2»*i»*. (
SITUATIONS WANTED— CONTINC I'D.
T~RENCH GIRL WISBKS IPSIARSWORK
ras chambermaid; understands sewing. Call
116 Leldesdorffst. -, ; 0c29 3t*
\\' ANTED-BY A YOUNG LADY FROM THE
'• East, position as nursery governess or lady's
maid In American family. Please call or address
504 Hickory, near Buchanan. 0c29 3t*
L""IRST-CLASS DRESSMAKER. WHO WAS
•T established for years in Chicago (came here
for health) would like to work by the day In fine
ramlli's; will work very cheap. Address F. M.;
box 150. Call Branch Office. 0c29 3t*
SITUATION WANTED AS WORKING HOUSE-
JWeeper by miadle-agea woman: thoroughly
competent: or any place of trust. Call or address
M. C . 1646 Market St.. room 3. 0c29 3t*
SITUATION WANTED by A COMPETENT
0 woman to do housework; is a good plain cook
and laundress; city or country. Call 345Va Third
street. ■^ 0c29 3t»
/COMPETENT MIDDLE-AGED FRENCH WID-
V' ow wants position as companion to Invalid:
speaks good English andean make herself gener-
ally useful; good references; no trifling. A. D.
A., box 12, this office. au-'9 3t*
ELI ABLE WOMAN WISHES TO TAKE
it washing home for gentlemen or private family.
Apply or address MRS. S. P., 648 Natoma St., bet.
Sixtti and Seventh. . . 0c29 3t*
yOUNG LADY WANTS TO DO LIGHT WORK
. I in return for a good home in a respectable
American family. Call or address M. A. ».. 1082
Mission st. oc!i!9 3t*
A N EXPERIENCED NURSE WANTS A F«>Sl-
■»» tlon: tboronzhly understands all kinds of
sickness for ladles or gentleman: terms reason-
able. Call or address Nurse. 1022 Mission. 29 3t«
17lRST-CLASS DRESSMAKER WANTS WORK
I by the day: $1 25 a day. Address S. C. box
154. Call Branch Office oc2B 4t*
FMRST-CLASS DRESSMAKER, CUTTER AND
fitter wants few more engagements by the day;
terms $1 day 702 \ati>i»iast. 0c25 7t*
SITUATIONS WANTED— MALE. .
doIe MAn"co OFCS^CL U B F U R N IS H E B CO»T
1 . petentcooka In all branches. 1029 Market. 3in
rpRUSTWORTHY AND RELIABLE YOUNG
-L man, lately fruni the East, wants a situation as
night clerk in hotel, as cashier, or clerk In any
business; has best of recommendations. Please
call oi address 6V a Kearny st., room 14. ocitl 6t*
BOY OF 16 WISHES PLACE. SHORT Dis-
> ■ tance in country, for a home and small wages.
Call 746 Mission st. oc3l
I. IRST-CLAS3 CARRIAGE-PAINTER WANTS
' situation. Please call or dress 805 V a Mar-
ket St.. room 31. . .■-.'■•■■.. oc3l 3t*
\\ ANTED— SITUATIONS ON A RANCH BY
'* American man and wife; capable of taking
charge of same; 12 years' experience. Address 8. .
box 88, Call Branch Office. oc3l 3t*
V MAN AND WIFE TO WORK IN HOTEL OR
on a ranch of any kind: having several years'
experience and good references. Apply 1045
Market st. oc3l 3t*
V\ ANTED— BY A RESTAURANT MAN. EX-
* perienced in cheap restaurants, a position In
kitchen or dining-room: can superintend both.
CHARLES. 814 Dolores St. oc3l 3t«
V EXPERIENCED FOREMAN FOR VlNE-
yard or orchard; best of references. Address
444 Uj Hayes st : oc3l 3t*
pOOD BUTCHER WOULD LIKE A POSITION:
'' speaks French. English and German; steady
habits. Address B. M.. box 120. Call Branch.3l 3*
OUNG BREAD AND CAKE BAKER WANTS
' situation In the country as nrst or second hand.
Address F. C. box 120, Call Branch. oc3l 3t*
SITUATION OF SOME LIGHT NATURE BY
■^ elderly man, well educated: had experience
In cigar-store: best of city reference. Address J.
D. 8.. 136 Seventh »l. oc3l *2t«
SWISS, FIRST-CLASS BAKER AND PASTRY.
0 wishes engagements In first-class boarding-
house or hotel. G. S., care of MRS. GOFK, 510
Stockton St. oc3l 2t»
ARBER-A YOUNG MAN WITH IV.. YEARS'
experience wishes a situation. Address P.
LEICH . 112 Wililam st. oc3l 2t*
pOACHMAN OR MAN ABOUT PLACE WANTS
\J situation In private family: 6 years In last
place; best reference. Address H. W., box 21,
this office. 0c312t»
L IRST-CLASS TAILOR'S CUTTER (FROM Vl-
' enna) wants position; moderate wages. Ad-
dress ARNOLD. 1612 Post st. oc3l 2t*
p ARDENER. FIRST CLASS. OF LONG EXI'ER-
' ' leuce In orchards, greenhouses, flower-garden,
propagation of fine plants, budding, : vegetable-
growing: v, 111 be satisfied with $25 a month : good
references. Gardener, box 9, this office. oc3l Vl*
/ i ARDENER WANTS A SITUATION ; IS FIRST-
* ' i lass: lOynri in California: late foreman of
Boston Greenhouse and public garden, etc. Ad-
dress G. D , UOl Keiirny st. ■ . *
THIRST-CLASS GENERAL TEAMSTER. GOOD
X horseman, sober, reliable, with good refer-
ences, wants a chance on a farm at moderate
wages, with chance to advance; Is studying veter-
Inary surgery. Willing Worker, box 11». Call Br.*
V OUNG MAN, W-ELL POSTED IN GROCERIES,
J wishes position in or out ot city; good worker,
with reference. Address F. S., box 16. this
oflice. oc3o 6t*
yOUNO MAN, SOBER AND RELIABLE.
1 wishes situation to drive milk wagon. Address
L., box 41, this office. oc3o 3t*
|.i OY. AGE 17, SIDING WITH HIS PARENTS
' wishes to leurn the plumbing trade: has had
some experience. Address LOUIS WOLF, 709^
Minna st. oc3o 2t«
\ OUNG MAN AND WIFE WANT SITUATION
I in hotel, man as barkeeper or waiter, wife to
do chamber or laundry work; city or country:
first-class references. Please call or address R. s.,
441 ' j ..Natoma St.. rear house, upstairs, bet 5 and
6. : 0c29 4t»
STRONG YOUNG MAN 23 YEARS OF A'iE
v* wishes work of any kind; handy at anything;
wages no object; references. AUdresi 8., box 121,
Call Branch omce. 0C29 3t*
a CTIVE.RELIABLE. ELDERLY man wants
-'» situation to do any kind of light work : care of
horses, drive, milk, do plain cooking: city ref-
erence; wages $lOa month. Address W. H., box
131. Call Branch Office. 0c29 At*
VODNO MAN. 21 YEARS OLD, WISHES A
1 position as grocery clerk. 8 years' experience:
best of reference. Address L.. 20 V 3 Sixth st.2B 5*
pOACHMAN. WITH FIRST-CLA-'S CITYREF-
V' erence, desires position; careful driver and
competent man. Address C. C, box 131. Call
Branch. oc2B st»
(SITUATION WANTED BY A YOUNG MAN AS
* dishwasher. Address H. H., box 160, Call
Branch Office. 0c26 7t*
FEMALE HELP WANTED.
jpHASIBITRMAi D, COUNTRY HOTEIT^*2o7
' waitress. Sam • house, $20; girl to he in
boarding-house, $16: German or Swedish house-
keeper on ranch, $20: Danish gin, housework,
new arrival preferred, and girls of all nationali-
ties for housework, city and country. R. T. WARD
* CO.. 610 Clay at. l_
\\" ANTED — PROTESTANT MIDDLE-AGED
*' woman to do second work, $20: German
nurse and second girl. $20; girls for housework.
Bakersfield, Benlcia. Stoney Point. Point Reyes.
Vacavllle, Oakland, Berkeley and other surround-
ing towns: hotel waitress, $20; and a large num-
ber or ctrls to fill city situations at $20 and $25.
J. F. CROSETT & CO.. 312 Butter St. 1
,> AITRKSS, COUNTRY HOTEL. $20: WOMAN
■ lor cleaning and scrubbing, first-class hotel;
girls for housework, Bakersfleld, Vacivllle, San
l.ean<lro and Berkeley, $25 and $20; French girl
for general housework, $25. C. K. HANSEN &■
CO.. 110 Geary st. 1
W ANTED-COOK AND LAUNDRESS, $30: 4
■ *' good Irish girls ' for housework In Jewish
families; also 25 housework girls for American
families, $25 and $20. Apply MISS KETT,
424 Slitter St. : 1_
ft OOD GERMAN GIRL: GENERAL HOUSE-
'T work; Bakersfield: $30; see party here. Ap-
ply MISS PLUNKETT. 424 Sutfr st. 1_
i\ ANTED— HOUSEKEEPER; A SHORT DIS.
• lance from city; no objection to a woman
with 1 child: salary $16 to s2o per month. Apply
to W. D. EWER & CO , 626 Clay st. 1
pERMAN COOK. $30: SWEDISH HOUSE-
' 1 work girl. 2 in family. $25: French nursesiri,
child 2 years, $16: housework girl, Sutsiui. $20:
6 housework girls, city and country, $20. $26 and
$30; 4 young girls assist, *!.*>. Apply Mists
CULLEN, 105 Stockton St., room 2. 1
OMAN COOK, RANCH. CROWS| LANDING,
'* $25: fare paid; must go 10-aay. Apply MISo
CULLEN, 105 Stockton St.. room 2. 1
HOUSEWORK GIRL, MERCED.4 IN FAMILY.
$20: see lady here. Apply MISS CULLEN,
105 Stockton St., room 2. 1
2 GIRLS '■ FOR HAKERBFIELD. GENERAL
£ housework. $25 and $30; fare paid, girls for
city. $25, $20 and $15; waitresses s2o, and others.
206 Powell st. - •_
VI ANTED— A STRONG YOUNG GERMAN
girl to do general housework: 2 In family; a
good home; wages $15. Call, with references, at
913 Golden Kate aye.- . •
T EARN TO OUT AND MAKE A PERFECT
J i dress for any figure without trying on. • Call
and be convinced, school. 330 Ellis st. oc3l 7t*
EXPERIENCED FUR-LINERS AND FINISH-
XJ ers. 124 Kearny st. oc3l 3t*
piRI.TO ASSIST IN GENERAL HOUSEWORK.
* 1 737 McAllister st oc3l 3t*
0 ANTED-A YOUNG LADY OF ABILITY TO
. ' join a traveling theatrical company; experi-
ence not necessary. Address 8., box 113. Call
Branch office. , . : oc3l 3f
U ANTED— FINISHER AND OPERATOR ON
pants. 456 Halght st. oc3l 3t»
yoCXG GIRL TO ASSIST IN LIGHT HOUSE-
-1 work: wages $10. 708 Hayes st. oc:U 3t* : :
p IRL FOR COOKING AND GENERAL HOUBE-
' * work in country. Call at 626 Golden Gate
are., bet. 9 and 2 o'clock, . . oc3l2t*
» PPRKNTICE FOR DRESSMAKING; GOOD
i\ sewer. 1842 O'Farreilst. •_
•VTOUNG GIRI. WANTED FOR LIGHT HOUSE-
I work. 1456 O'Farrell st. r ■.:- : ,■ - r -, '.-:-'■ • ■■'■
OMALL GIRLS TO WORK ON OSTRICH
feathers. A. J. BALNY. 23Uj Post st * .
/'ERMAN GIRL FOR DOWNSTAIRS WORK
VI and cooking. 1257 Octavla at. '■' '1
/ i IRL FOR LIGHT HOUSEWORK. 315 GUER-
■AJ. rerost. .>■.-:'-.■;-.■;:■ ■-..;. ;-y..i-\- .^ : -.- ;.... ; .-.-. ...;*.•
: vFoUNG CATHOLIC GIRL TO TAKE CARE OF
■I children; wages «10. 2002 Bnshst. : call after 9.
fTIAILORESS OK COATS. 765 MISSION, ST.
HELP: WANTED— CONTINUED.,
IRL "FOR GENERAL HOUSKWORkY CARE
'J baby: wages $15. Call after 10 a. m. at 1623
O'Farrell st *
V'OUNG GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK; GERMAN
1 or Scandinavian preferred. 515 Kills st. . »
r OUNG GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK AND HELP
I tend store; wages $10. Apply 813 Geary st. *
\\ ANTED- 25 GIRLS TO FILL GOOD SITU-
*' atlons; city and country. 705 Polk st. «
\% AITRESST.S WANTED; CALL AFTER 1
*' o'clock. 440 Bush st. oc3o 3t*
WANTED— GIRLS TO MIND 'i CHILDREN
" and assist. 630 Lott St.. nr. Stanyan.oc3o at*
GERMAN GIRL FOR BIGHT HOUSKWork.
VJ 214 Ninth at oc3o 3t«
, IRL. 14, TO ASSIST; $8 TO $10. CALL
' > forenoon, 518 2d aye.: Oeary-st. cars. oc3o 3t»
"I?XPERIENCED GIRL FOR DRAPERY AN
J-J general upholstering work. 214 Stockton. 29_3_*
"CMNISHERS" ON CLOAKS: ALSO YOUNG GIRLS
Jto learn. Murphy Building, rm. »1. 0c29 3f
HANDS ON COATS; MACHINE AND HAND. i
366 Clementina st 0c29 3t*
U ANTED— LADIES TO LEARN A NEW AND
** I'eantiful art of transferring to glass photos or
•ny kind of pictures: can be made very profitable.
For particulars call 216 Powell st Q('26 7t»
ACTUAL TAILORING SCHOOL OF 1069
Broadway, Oakland, opened branch at 1005
Sutler as boarding ami day school : you are taught
every branch of dress, cloak making, millinery
thoroughly; positions after learning: patterns cut
to measure. 1005 Suitor st.. S. F. oc!8 6m
CDOWELL SYSTEM DRESSCUTTING THE
best: can prove it; dressmakers for families;
patterns 25c. School over Ma/«. oc2 l lm
MALE HELP WANTED.
.IV ANTED— RANCH TEAMSTERS, $26 AND
'" board: canvasser on commission; man to
contract to clear and grub large tract of laud. B.
T. WARD & CO.. 608 Clay st 1
rrWOMI-N FOR A WINERY, $30 AND FOUND;
I 2 cooks, $35 and $40. MURRAY & READY,
634 Clay st 1
iv ANTED— FARMER AND WIFE, $46. HOUSE
" rent free: men to clear 400 acres land, see
boss in city, and others. Apply to J. F. CROSETT
& CO.. 628 Sacramento st. 1
pERMAN OR SWISS HEAD COOK. $100;
VI baker and pastry cook. $50: waiter who can
open and cook oysters for lunch counter, hotel
Southern California, $35: hand-waslier. country,
$30. C. R. HAN SEN A CO.. 110 Grary st. 1
OAILROAD LABORERS AND TEAMSTERS;
It free fare. C. K. HANSEN & CO., no neary.l
•yOUNG GERMAN TO HO ERRANDS AND
-L make himself useful. 1308 Polk, near Bush.*
I JOY ABOUT 17 YEARS TO WORK IN SHOP.
»■> Address R. S. Me. box 41, this office. *
ITcHEN r STEWARD FOR LARGE HOTEL:
state experience. S. box 110, Call Branch. 1
nARBER WANTED. 19 MISSION StT
pOATMAKER WANTED; CUSTOM COAIS.
\J 14 Morris aye. •
Ur ANTED— SHOEMAKER ON PEG SHOES.
202 Second st. •_
I OU.NG MAN ABOUT 18 TO WASH DISHES
1 and make himself useful. 416 Larktu st. *
/'ODD PLUMBER'S HELPER WANTED. 12
VJ Mason St. •
pOATMAKERS FOR THE COUNTRY. REISS
\J BROS., 26 Sutter st •_
pOATMAKERS FOR THE COUNTRY. 6111*
\J Jones st •
W ANTED-MAN TO INVEST $1000; INCOME
*' $100. Pac. Exchange. 23 Kearny st. «
IV ANTED-MAN WITH SMALL CAPITAL AS
'*• partner In poultry-ranch to take full charge.
For particulars call at 1161 Market St.. bet. 12
ana 4. oc3o -it*
BARBERS. ATTENTION — A GOOD-PAYING
2-cbalr, 15c shop; living-rooms; must sell on
account of other business. Call 1161 Market.3l 3t*
TOURNEY MEN BARBERS' lON. 737 MIS-
-0 slon : employers supplied ; city or country: free.
P. H. BROWN, general secretary. oc3l Bt*
TF THE MESSENGER WHO DELIVERED A
1 letter to MICHALITSCHKE BROS.' cigar-
store, cor. Bush and Kearny sts.. last Wednesday,
October 25, bet. 11 o'clock in the morning and I
12:30 i\ m., win call at the store or at the Call
Branch Office, 710 Market St., he will be liberally
paid for bis trouble. oc3o 3t*
IV ANTED-SOLICITOR FOR ADS. AND SUBS.
" for » building journal. Apply to H. T. BES-
TOR, 408 California st . room 21. oc3o 3t*
BOY TO LEARN CARRIAGE-PAiNTING. 48
Eighth st. oc3o L't*
MEN SEEKING GOOD POSITIONS, CLERKS,
etc., call at 238 Kearny st., room 6. 0c29 3t*
i ARBERS— 2-CHAIR- 15c SHOP; CHEAP.
I > DECKELMAN BROS., 106 Ellis St. PC 29 3t»
QHO MEN-FREE SOUP WITH ALL ORDERS:
f jyJvJ 2 dishes sc: hot cakes, with syrup. sc. at
44 Fourth st. and don't you forget It. oc2B 7t
F-'REEjHOT LUNCH FROM 10 TO 6: MEAT,
soup, beer or wine, 6c. at MRS. DAILY'S,
619 Merchant st. , . ' 0c26 7t
"I Ik MEN WANTED— SINGLE ROOMS 16c TO
J_"U 25c per night: clean and airy. Maine
Honse. 614 Kearny St.. cor. Commercial. tt
Ij^REE COFFEE AND ROLLS To LODGERS
J Home lodging-bouse (new bouse). 704 Sansome;
single run -:0c to $1 night. $1 to $3 week, au 12 tf
MEN TO TAKE LODGING— I6c TO 25c PER
nigh;: single rooms: best in city. Railroad
House.s33 Commercial. below Montgomey.my3o ly
IV LABORERS AND MECHANICS TO
*' know that Ed Rolkln, Reno House proprie-
tor, still runs Denver House, 217 Third st: 150
large rooms; 25c. Pr night; $1 to s3 pr week. 20 ly
CAPIToL HOUSE, 537 SACRAMENTO ST.—
Rooms 200 to $1 night; 3 nights 50c. auia tt
BRANCH HOUSE, 861 MARKET: ROOMS, 25c
lJto $1 per night; $1 to $3 per week: fire escapes.
SINGLE ROOMS. 12V-C A NIG 1 1 T. 75c A WF.KK.
0 Lindeil House. Sixth and Howard sts. my'J6tf
I)EST IN CITY-SINGLE BOOMS. 15.20 AND
' ' 25 cents per nicht: $1, $1 25, $1 50 per week.
Pacific House. Commercial and Le!desdorff.ml7 tf
1 7?: MEN WANTED TO TAKE LODGING;
I It) finest bouse In the city: 10c. 15c and 25c
per night 624 Washington sr. xulOtf
\V ANTED— A FEW~GOOD AtiE^TTil BIG
'' money for good men. 126 Kearny. room 25. tf
AGENTS— SALARY OR COMMISSION. THE
greatest invention of the ace. The new Patent
Chemical Ink-erasing Pencil. Sells on sight: works
like magic. Agents are making from 425 to $125
per week. For further particulars write the Mon-
roe Eraser Mfg. Co., X 920, La Crosse, Wis. oclB ly
IV ANTED -CITY AGENT BY LEADING FIRE
'* insurance company; only man of long resi-
dence and good standing need apply: good posi-
tion for right party. Address L., box 117, Call
Branch Office. . ocll lm
* GENTS FOB SCRIBNER'S MAUAZINE. IN
■t\ connection with other books, for city ana
country. 54 and 66, Crocker bnltdinsr. oc3 4in
O—.l. merchandise, saloons, etc. 0c25 tf
J. LEUTHOLTZ. 402 SUTTER — BUYS
• furniture, merchandise, saloons, etc. 0c25 tf
MGALUCK & SILVERBTEIN, 955 FOLSOM.
. new and second-band furniturebought, sold,
exchanged; good price given: send postal. ocl6 tf
A— AUCTIONEER — FRANK W. BUTTER-
-2\.. FIELD, 19 Montgomery st. pays spot
cash. ocl4 lm*
p N. LEUTHOLTZ, 2I NINTH ST.. WILL BUY
' • • your furniture lor cash. ocBtf
"VTEUMANN BROTHERS, 117 SIXTH ST
JL\ ■ will buy your second-hand furniture for cash.
HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR FURNITURE,
crockery, saloon merchandise. J. SCHOEN-
FELD. 1441 Market lit oc6 lm
A SPECIALTY — BUYING CONTENTS OF
bouses, flats, stores, etc.. for cash. HENRI
KUTTNER, rin.l44. bldg, Market st.Jyl6 tf
AC CTIONEER — WILLIAM BUTTERFIELD,
643 California st, near Kearny; 20ysarsln
the business; buys, sells and rents furnished
houses. - , : ..-.■■■,-•. 24 tf
EO. F. LAMSON WILL BUY YOUR FURNl-
tnre; fnll cash value 410 Kearny. R'm 8. a 4 6m
(CABE, 128 FOURTH, PAYS THE HIGHEST
price for furniture, stoves, ranges, carpets. 1 y
LARGE QUANTITY MiCOND-HAND FUR-
niture wanted 20 per ct. paid more than else-
where. MALONE. 110 fourth; new store. m2O tf
MJ. SIMMONS & CO.. AUCTIONEERS, WILL
. buy your lurnlture. pianos and books. 1057
Market st. ■ ap9 tf
PROP KRTY ■: WANTED.
\\ AN TED-CITY PRoT^RTYToTiTACRES?
mostly cherries: new house; barn; windmill:
t etaluma: also other places. PACIFIC EX-
CHANGK, 23 Kearny st. •
U ANTED— UNIMPROVED LOT IN SAN
J Francisco in exchange for house and lot In
North Berkeley. ' For particulars address A. F.
HADLEY, Berkeley. Cal. 0c27 7t*
pBOPEBTY WANTED FOR CASH IN THE
-i outskirts and hon.sueads of tins city: must oe
cheap and have a good title. S. DUCAS, 11
Montgomery st ael a
OITTTtOOMS '■: FURNIsThED FOR" HOUSE-
*- keeping, bet. Howard and Market, Second and
Sixth ; rent not to exceed $15. Room 48. 124 Sixth
street- --r oc3l 3t* .-
W ANTED— MISCELLANEOUS. _'
\l' ANTED - 6000 --FOUNDS CRACKLINGS.
" meat scraps, etc.; state quantity, quality and
price, delivered In San Francisco. Address Meat
Scraps, box 61. this office. oc3o 3t
,\y ANTED-HORSK AND LIGHT DELIVERY
'' wagon. 615 fourth st. * oe3o 2t«
-^ ; \:^ : /y SEWING MACHINES. .' '- : ; -^ ■;
Ofi I C* CASH." $18 INSTALLMENTr^SINGER^"
«IP • \J new improved high arm; 4 drawers: other
makes of new improved machines at reduced
prices; rent $2 per month. 145 Sixth st. jyl9 tt
'■"•__. __'-'■■"'• PERSONALS.
7~EARD AND MUSTACHE~RApID GROWTH
[> by using "Nerollne," the noted formula or M
Bassereau of the Imperial Laboratory. Rue *d»
Rivoli. Paris: 5-franc bottle $l delivered Ad-
dress Bassereau'i Agency, 1363 Telegraph aye
Oakland. oc3l 15t» "
> I ARRIED LADIES' SAFEGUARD: PATEN T-
-31 ed; no medicine; money refunded If not satis-
factory. 10c, Ladles' Novelty Co., Kansas City.Mo
I A VERITE: FACIAL TREATMENT: WILL
J i remove those detestable blackheads and close
up the pores or no charge La Verlto Halrdre-.s-
ing Bazaar. 1170 Market St.. over Maze.au4 ly cod
lOKDAN-IF MISS MARY RIORDAN IS IN
this city she will find out something to her ad-
vantage by calling or writing to her cousin, LAU-
RKNCE RIORDAN, 34U0 Mission St. oc2tf 7t«
ME CHRISTINA, FORTUNE-TELLING AND
massage treatment only. 655 Howard sr.,
late of Napa City. ; °c 27 tf
HIGHEST PRICE FOB GENTS' CAST-OFF
clothing: cleaning, dyeing, etc. WEI N BERG,
672 Howard st. QC27 tf
/ \ * E. SNOOK, PLUMBERS. ROOFERS,
**• steam and gas-fitters. Telephone 1727. 630
Sacramento St., near Kearny. 0c24 tt
Q«JI MARKET (THE ELITE) - STYLISH
tJOL suits; latest designs: perfect fit; %i up. 6tt
T EPOSIT MONEY FROM $100 TO $2000 OB
*■' more with Commonwealth Building and Loan
Association and be secured by first mortgages on
real estate and draw 7 per cent per annum in-
terest.free of taxes.4o2 Montgomery at.,r.18.0*2 tt
A DVICE FREE IN ALL LEGAL MATTERS;
■*» divorce, probate laws, marriage contracts, pri-
/ate. G. w. HOWE, att'y-at-law. 17 Stockton st. tf
U HILETHEY LAST
You can have on easy payments:
English Linoleums 45c to 90c a yard
English Oilcloths 28c tO 60c a yard
Beautiful oa« Bed ,*ots. 7 pieces $35
Fine Oak-frame Parlor Sets, 6 pieces... s4s and up
Kitchen Chairs.. . 60c
Kitchen Tables. . " """" ; $151)
Carpets 1...'.'.'.'.'.'."!'.'.'.'.'.... a yard
Jointless Mattings (best) ' 25c a yard
EASY TIME PAYMENTS.
Largest stock and store, leading outfitter,
J. NOON AN,
1017-1019-1021-1023 Mission st. above Sixth.
Immense stock of second-hand Showcases,
Counters. Furniture. Carpets, etc.. at half prices. tf
i TTENTION !-CUT THIS OUT AND SEND TO
n us with $1 and we will forward you the pat-
terns for a complete doll's wardrobe, Including the
elegant-shaped body they were cut for; this holds
good for one month only; usual price. $5. 1005
butter st. San Francisco. 0018 6m '
MARRIAGE CONTRACTS-FREE LEGAL AD-
vlcc.. Lawyer McCABE. 105 Larkln st. ocls tf
pHIEF OF POLICE CROWLEY RECOMMENDS
v^ Nelson's Amycoae for catarrh. ocia tf
BRONZING. GILDING. GAS FIXTURES. GAS
J-> fitting, plumbing: reasonable rates. H. ill*
SCHMIDT, 623 Golden Gate ay . tel. 2368. 18 if
OLD HATS MADE NEW. 25c UP. Q.UINN,
the batter. 416 Fourth, nr. Harrison. oc7 tf
JC. LAW SON-T AND SHEETIRON
. Works, 603 Battery St.; lobbing of all kinds
done. ]e!5 6 in
HIGHEST PRICE PAID CAST-OFF CLOTH.
ing, gold. Jewelry, books. KLEIN. 109 Slxth.tt
\\ JNrJOW SHADES MANUFACTURED TO OR-
'' der by WILLIAM McPHUN, 1196 Market24tt
HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR CAST-uFF
clothing, books, novels. Raphael. 247 4th. tf
PREVENTINE— SAFEGUARD FROM DISEASE
-L caused by direct contact. Ask druggist for it tf
/CHEAPEST AND BEST IN AMERICA-THE
\J WEEKLY CALL, sent to any address in the
United States or Canada one year for $1, postage
TosTsTsV^n'tH '^Ts'tY LlsTi^rßirs^MTKlNG"
J.OO suits $3 60 up: worK guaranteed. se23 tf
REUSES STYLISHLY MADE; FIT GUARAN-
teed: from »350 up 119 Stockton. Jyll tf
OST— AN UNRECORDEDDEED AND MORT-
J gage on Miainwald. Anckbee & Co.'s blanks
Finder will receive a suitable reward by returning
to office, 218 Montgomery St., Mills building. 1
© C REWARD-LOST. SATURDAY EVENING.
<ip«Joct 28. In the ladies' toilet-room of the
Louvre, cor. Eddy and Powell sts., a oil of oxi-
dized-silver lad.'es' opera-glasses; engraved "June
!18. 1890 J. A. M. to E. L." Return to 133 Perry
St., city, and receive above reward. oc3l 3t*
T OST— FILAGREE GOLD HAIRPIN; LIB-
J-J eral reward. 1716 Van. Sessave. oc3l2t*
LOST IN ALAMEDA, BROWN WATER SPAN-
ieI, 6 months old: reward. 2 Medau place, off
Filbert, bet Stockton and Dnpont •_
1 OST— BLACK SHEPHERD DOG; TAG 236 a.
IJ Return to 2131 Harrison St., and receive re-
ward. 0c31 2t«
BUNCH OF KEYS TO BE LEFT AT RHODES'
grocery. Taylor and Clay gts. oc3l 2t*
LOST— ON POST AND JONKS STS., PAIR
■I of gold clauses. Reward at 710 Post *t.029 3t"
■_ :. ..-, . .,. FOUM).,-_.r_:_ .-:-;-.
IPOUND-SUNDAY NIQHX ON DotOßEsl*T^
V a horse Owner can have same by applying at
1630 Dolores st. »nd paying charges. "C3l 3t*
PIANOS. VIOLINS AND SHEET MUSIC
Bis Aim f^l~s^Tn'vvTy~up RIG^iTr^PER~
feet order; must sell. 615 Van MesB.oc29 3t*
QOHMER PIANOS AWARDED FIRST PHIZE
0 World's Fair. Byron Manzy. 308 Poatoc27 lm
fljjl^,-: IVERS & POND UPRIGHT: GOOD
f)Ht>. as new. 212 a Ocuviast o«s4 tf_
RE!>UCTION-SHEET MUSIC HALF
yj price: 10.000 p'c's ;sc. MAUVAIS.769Mkt.22
ON ACCOUNT OF DEPARTURE FROM THE
city, an elegant upright piano, nearly new,
with stool and cover, for half price. F. M. SPEN-
CER & CO.. 7111 Market St., History Building. 1 tf
© 1 Pxf\ FINK PIANO; A BAR WAIN. BYRON
<PIOU. MAUZY. 308 Post st au9 tf
BYRON MAUZY, 308 TO 314 POST ST.. SOLE
agent Sobiner & Co., Newly and Evans pianos;
chosen above all others for Leland Stanford Jr.
University. 11 tf
TT G. BADGER. 9TH IRD ST.. COR. MARKET.'
** • Hallet A Davis and Kimball pianos and
organs: Psiliard's music-boxes; musical merchan-
dise : novelties, etc.; sheet music be ]yBtt
STECK. CHICKERING & VOSE AND
other pianos sold on $10 instalments. BENJ.
CCBTAZ i. SON, sole agents. 726 Market st. ap3tf
XT OHLER * CHASE. 26, Ztf ANU 30 O'FABBELL
■IV st., leading pianos and organs: oldest music-
house; largest stock ; easy terms; low prices. ap23tt
A LOT OF SECOND-HAND SQUARE PIANOS;"
fine condition: at a sacrifice. KOHI.KR *
CHASE. 28 O'Farrell St. Jy2B tf
ALL KINDS OF REPAIRING AND TUNING;
low prices; first-class work. KOHLER *
CHASK. 28 O'Farrell st . de 7 tf
r. J. jTleek, PIROPRTETOR~OF LEEK
DENTAL COLLEGE, 1 Fifth St.— No students
allowed to practice on you; all work first-class
and reasonable; teeth extracted by electricity:
this college will not mov • or close; consultation
tree; open evenings and Sunday until noon. .8 tf
O- 17 FULL SET: FILLING, $1; EXT. 60c. DR.
<g I . TERRY. 850 Market st. opp. Fourth. auB tf
AT BOOM 6, FILLINGS 60c. EXT. PLATES
and crowns $4: In room 4. my main office,
teeth filled and extracted painlessly by my secret
local method; my dental college will toon close,
so come to room 5: advice free; work guaranteed.
DR. G. W. LEEK. 6 O'Farrell st. my 26 tt
DD. A. LUDLi M HILL. 1448 MARKET ST
near Eleventh: no charge for extracting when
plates are made: old plates made over like new;
teeth from $8 per set: extracting 60c:gasgiven.4(t
pOLTON DENTAL ASSOCIATION. BOii MAR-
V'ketst. DR. CHARLES W. DECKER. J«3 tf
DB. H. a YOUNG— EXTRACTION PAINLESS;
platework. brldgework, teeth wltiout plates.
a specialty. 1841 Polk: st. my! 4 tt
TVTO PAIN— EXTRACTING OF TEETH MADE
i.> easy; 60c and $1; artificial teeth from $5;
filling from $1. CROOME Dental Association,
759 Market St., bet. Third and Fourth, a pi* tf
Q>n A SET FOR TEETH; WARRANTED A3
C' good as can be made; filling $1. DR. SIMMS,
dentist. 930 Market, next Baldwin Theater ocltt
.„„„„•...'. -- - MEDICAL.
monthly Irregularities irom whatever cause:
no instruments used: a home in confinement with
best possible care aud comforts of home; with the
skill and attention of a physician having had a
long and successful practice -. I can safely guaran-
tea every case; consultation free and confiden-
tial ; all ladles that are in trouble, sick and dis-
couraged should call on the doctor and state their
case; save time and money by consulting her be-
fore being treated elsewhere; all female com-
plaints treated with nuexceilen success and satis-
faction guaranteed. MBS. DR. GWYRR. 811
Hyde st, near Ellis. S. Cal. oc3l tt
ADIES CAN PLACE THE UTMOST CONFl-
drnce in DOCTRESS RUBEN; guarantees a
sure cure for ladles who are childless: also cures
all Irregularities; strictly private nome before and
during confinement, with best of care; adouts in-
fants; terras moderate. 121 O'Farrell st ae2o 6m
IF IRREGULAR SEE MRS. PCETZ AND BE
1 content; rheumatism & piles cured.2s4V g 4th. tt
ALL LADIES RELIEVED INSTANTLY OF
monthly Irregularities: any cause; pills $!•
call or write. Dr. and Mr3.Strassman.9l6 Post. l 2
RIVATE HOME IN CONFINEMENT.
Mission st.; ladles who desire to go into con-
finement with every care and attendance ot a Sen
man physician (UK. HKRWIG) and a graduated
midwife (MRS. WEGENER) will find same at
the above address: private diseases ot ladies a
specialty: cures guaranteed; babies adopted.
Telephone No- 3683. ■■-. 12 3m
•AY ANTED— TO BORROW $2500 AT 6 PER
'•« cent; first mortgage on city property D. 8.,
box 122, Call Branch Office. ; C 3l 2t»
CoOnO $"000 AND $10,000 TO LOAN AT
tjp.JVMfV'. lOper cent on Al first mortgages:
also $50,000 on stocks and bonds at very low ratci
for 3 or 6 months: no delay. .- DE ROCHI MOM
& POEHLMAN, 415 Montgom- ry|st.,r.7. o-9 cod a
SAN FRANCISCO COLLATERAL LOAN BANK
638 Kearny, only corporation that lends uione)
|■ on diamonds, watches ;low interest oc4 U