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PUBLICATION OFFICE:
KJ. Montgomery street, near Clay, open nntll 11
o'clock i*. m. BRANCH OFFICES— 7IO Market
uri-e i. near Kearny, open until 12 o'clock midnight ;
.* .' B Hayes street, open until 9:3oo'clock ; 717 Larkin
Mreet.open until 9:30 o'clock ; SW. corner Sixteenth
end Mission streets, open until 9 o'clock ; 2518
M i. sun street, open until 9 o'clock ; and 116 Ninth
street, open until 8:30 o'clock ~ N ,
NOTICE OF MEETINGS.
jn^jp" HERMANN LODGE NO. 127, F. ■
lk~-*y an a A. M.— Stated meeting THIS ..MmX
DAY" .MONDAY". March 4, 1895, at*WzT
7:30 o'clock P. M. By order of the W. M. /V'
L. SCHUMACHER, Secretary.
BK~SC= SAN FRANCISCO CHAPTER No. • A
IKC 1, Royal Arch Masons, meets THlS _j^__
EVENING. Business and M. M. de-^2f
gree. 11. G. PRINCE, Secretary. /V>
B~~S= OCCIDENTAL LODGE No. 22, *
l>*-& F. and A. M. — Stated meeting at 7:J'o_^.
O'clock THIS .MONDAY; EVENING. By IT If
order of W. M. ' r^TX
HARRISON A. JONES, Secretary.
«*-§= A. C IE DIVISION No. io— tt^-*^
vS*-*e. The regular meeting of the division \C if
will be held TO-MORROW .Monday-, "a -Jr
EVENING at St. Brendan's Hall, Fremont
and Harrison sts.. Nt 8 o'clock. All the s~*U3j
members are bereby notified to he present as busi-
ness of Importance will come before the meeting.
J. W. POWER, President.
C. B. I'I. ANA. IAN. Rec. Sec.
|cp^» ANNUAL MEETING —T H E*^^^»
e-tr-*^ regular annual meeting of the stock- ?j*t?
holders in the A. O. F. Hall Association of 3f'>
San Francisco will be held in Fraternity fc___
Hall, A. O. T. building, 102 O'Farrell St., San Fran-
cisco, Cal., on SATURDAY, the 9lh day of March,
1895. at 7:30 o'clock I*, m.
JOHN HENDERSON, President.
J. Falconer, Secretary.
ttZ^Jy- RIGGERS' AND STEY'EDORES' UNION
i-**-" Association— The regular monthly meeting
of this association will be* held MONDAY EVEN-
ING, March 4, at 7:30 o'clock. Business of the
most vital importance to each and every member
will come before the meeting. The roll will be
called ami fines strictly enforced. By order.
JAMES HARTFORD, President.
F. E. DrnHAM. Rec. Sec.
mpjff ANNUAL MEETING— THE REGULAR
ZS*xy annual meeting of the stockholders of the
Sierra Lake Ice Company will be held at theoffice
of the company, room 27, fifth floor, Mills build-
ing, San Francisco, ■ ;il.. on THURSDAY, the 21st
oay of March, 1895 at the hour of 2 o'clock p.m.,
for purpose of electing a board of directors to
serve tor the ensuing year and the transaction of
such other business as may come before the meet-
ing. Transfer-books will close on WEDNESDAY,
the 20th day of March, 1896, at 4 o'clock p. m.
. c. A. GROW, Secretary.
K_"3f» STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING — THE
BZ/Sr, annua] meeting of the stockholders of the
Mendocino Lumber Company will be held at the
ollice of the company. 40 California street, room 1.
on MONDAY' March 18, 1895, at 11 o'clock a. m.,
for the election of directors for the ensuing year,
the amending and altering of the by-laws and the
transaction of such and all otherhusiness that
may properly be considered at the annual meeting.
FJ. C. WILLIAMS, President.
tf»qg= THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
-a- *■' corporal of St. Luke's Hospital will be
held on TUESDAY; March 5. 1896, at 1 o'clock
p. M.. at the Diocesan House, 731 California st.,
Ran Francisco, Cal., for the purpose of electing a
Board of Trustees to serve for the ensuingyear, and
tier the transaction of such other business" as may
come before the meeting.
C. V. S. GIBBS, President.
San Francisco, February 18, 1895.
jFtl^tTFe annual MEETING OF THE
lj>^*? stockholders of Western Sugar Refining
Company will he held at the office of the corpora-
tion. 327 Market s\. San Francisco, Cal.. on MON-
DAY, the 25th day of March, at 12 M., for the elec-
tion of a board of directors, to serve for the ensuing
year, and the transaction of such other business as
may come before the meeting.
ROBERT OXNARD. Secretary.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
££?£= MONEY l'o Lo C.N "N SAN FRAN'
&*-="" real estate. W. .1. GUNN", 410 Montgomery.
3^-*S= ( 'CM MINOS'" RHEUMATIC BELT
U*-" cures rheumatism: no cure no pay; free to
the poor, See testimonials in omce 303 Third st.
r*^-S= JoliX E. LYONS, NOTARY* PUBLIC
U-js* and Commissioner of Deeds. Passports pro-
cured. Oflice 607 Montgomery St.; telephone
5439: residence 2202 Steiner st. "
s*-^= HAD TENANTS EJECTED FOR $4.
is*-**" Collections made, city or country. Pacific
Collection Co., 415 Montgy st., room 6, Tel. 5580.
j£_3s=» CLARA FOLTZ, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
l-~~-xy rooms 15 and 15, 9th floor. Mills building.
Practices in all st.it. and Federal courts.
"ffr "S= J. B. McINTYRE, BOOKBINDER AND
if**** Print'T. 422 Commercial --.
SITUATIONS WANTED-FEMALE.
J ADIES— FOR-ANfAIIiSERVAJNT. SEE J. F.
J CROSETT & CO., 312 Sutter st.
9 NEAT SWEDISH GIRLS want" work*.
■— one- a eood cook, the other a competent waitress
and chambermaid; have very best of references;
city or country. Please cail, telephone or send
word to MISS PLUNKETT, 424 Sutter St.
MARTI IN it CO.. EMPLOYMENT AGENTS. 749
Market St.. main telephone No. 1849; furnish
all kinds of reliable female help.
T THE SWEDISH EMPLOYMENT BU-
Jv. reau first-class Swedish and German Kirls are
awaiting situations. 332 Geary St.; telephone 983.
"IT'OR GOOD SERVANTS OF ALL NATIONALI-
x ties apply MME. LEOPOLD'S Employment
Office, 957 and 961 Market st.; open evenings.
LADIES YOI" CAN" LET RELIABLE HELP
XJ at MRS. FKNTON'S. 104 Vi: Stockton st.
COMPETENT! GERMAN* GIRL 1 DESIRES TA
" situation to do upstairs work or waiting; is neat
and willing; city or country : American family pre-
ferred. Address A. P.. c.. bos 137, Call Branch.
TITANTED— BY A RESPECTABLE WOMAN,
xx a position to do light housework; assist with
children. Call at 20 liington st.
"yOUNG STRONG WOMAN WOULD LIKE TO
1 work by day; nursing, washing or cleaning.
Address 810 Buchanan st., cor. Birch.
<ERMAN LADY WOULD LIKE TO WORK
[by the half-day. Address H. F., 220 Third st.
IX OM PET NT woman wants WORK by
XJ the day; washing, Ironing or cleaning. 514
Stevenson st.
VjWEDIsH LADY WISHES WORK BY TH
O day to do washing or housekeeping. Call or
address 1239 Mission St.. basement.
V MEBICAN WOMAN WANTS SITUATION*
-.V at light housework and cooking in small fam-
ily. Call 14 Oak st., near Market and Van Ness.
SITUATION WANTED BY AN AMERICAN
O woman as working housekeeper; country pre-
ferred : wanes $15; no postals. Call 1239 V» Mar-
ket st., near Ninth.
"YOUNG WIDOW WISHES A POSITION as
X housekeeper or typewriter. 620 Market st.,
room 7, opp. Palace Hotel.
YOUNG HERMAN girl WISHES SITUA-
X tion to do upstairs work. Apply NE. cor. Turk
ana Fillmore sis.
TT Wants SITUATION TO do general
XX housework or .is first-class laundress; city or
country. Call or address 318 Minna st.
pOMPETENT GIRL wishes SITUATION* TO
VJ do cooking or general housework; no objection
to washing. Call at 108 Fell st.
-y (Tung woman, with CHILD 6 years
X old. wants situation in country; good cook and
housekeeper: good references; small wages. 737 1
Howard st., room J".
•yOUNG, competent GIRL. WANTS SITU-
X ation to do general houseworkand cooking. Call
or address 116 Ivy aye.
(STRONG, RELIABLE WOMAN WANTfe ANY
O kind of work by the day, week or month. Call
or address 326 Fifth,
DBESSMAKER FITTER AND
trimmer, wishes few more engagements; $1 50
per day. Address 1031 Market.
GOOD CUTTER and FITTER IN THE LATE
designs in skirts or waists will accept engage-
ment in families, or will do ii in mv rooms cbean
Apply 1510 Eddy st.
SITUATION - WANTED BY COMPETENT
cook, also by second girl; same famiiv. good
references. ('ail 938 Pacific st. "
"yOUNG LADY DESIRES A POSITION As
X bookkeeper or clerk. Address M. s., Box 11
this oflice.
A * 1 Ni ; GERMAN GIRL WISHES SITUA-
X tion to do upstairs work and sewing. Call 330
Minna st.
"L-XPERIENCED DRESSMAKER WISHES A
X J few more engagements by the day; terms
$1 50. Address T. M., box 108, Call Branch.
WOMAN "WISHES WORK BY THE DAY
xx washing or cleaning; terms $1 a day. Ad-
dress W. XV., box 137, Call Branch.
W" ANTED— SITUATION BY FIRST-CLASS
XX cook In a private family; can do all sorts of
work: have years of best references from big fam-
ilies; would go short distance into the country; no
postals. 1429 l'olk st. ,
I^AJSTERN LADY WOULD LIKE A SITUA-
x tion as housekeeper. Call or address 7 Margaret
place, upper flat, bet. 14 and 16 Turk st.
N'KW ENGLAND woman WANTS SITUA-
XX tion in small family; is good plain cook ; or
would assist with light housework or take charge
of children; city orcountry; wages $12 or $15. E.
C. 8., box 118, Call Branch Office.
*» EFINED. INTELLIGENT WOMAN DE-
XX sires a position as chambermaid, waitress or
care of children; city orcountry; references: wages
moderate. Address Refined, box 160, Call Branch.
*\y ANTED— SITUATION BY MIDDLE-AGED
xx woman in a small family to do general house-
work; a good home more an object than wages.
Address Help, 1015 Clay st.
*P RENCH NURSE,! A N. ALSO SWEDISH
Jl first-class cooks, German nursery governess ;
all want places. Apply to C. R. HANSEN <S. CO.,
1 10 Geary st. ■__
W'llioW WITH BABY' 2 YEARS OLD
xx wishes position as housekeeper. Call 631
Twenty-fourth st. , -*
So a N D I N AVIAN GIRL WANTS SITUATION
to do general housework; wages $20 to $25.
Call or address 236 O'F'arreU st. ■
Educated MIDDLE-AGED AMERICAN
Ji woman wishes position as managing house-
keeper for lower who has Children ; con give
piano lessons; moderate salary; references given.
Address L. R., box 148, Call Branch Office.
Uil:>l (Lass LAUNDRESS WANTS WORK
J by the day; thoroughly understands all kinds of
'--.■-dTii work. Please call or address 10 Hoff aye.
SITUATIONS "WANTED— Continued.
OUNcT WIDOW WOULD LIKE A PLACE
X as housekeeper. Call 967 Mission st., room 9.
HOUSEKEEPER-RESPECTABLE WOMAN,
with a child 4 years of age, wishes a position
as housekeeper; imposters not wanted. Call at
l.'io Hubbard St., bet. Second and Third.
V'OUNG LADY* WITH PLAIN HAND WOULD
I like to do writing at home. Address S. F., box
162, Call Branch Office.
"WIDOW WILL DO GENTLEMEN'S MEND-
tt ing; shirts made to order ladies' dresses made
over nicely. 114 Fourth st., room 15.
SITUATION WANTED BY A COMPETENT
girl to do housework. Call at 638 Eagle aye.,
near Webster St., Alameda.
EFINED YOUNG LADY WOULD LIKE A
K EFINED YOUNO LADY WOULD LIKE A
situation as housekeeper. Call or address 1126
Market St., room 18, 2d door.
"yOUNG LADY WISHES A POSITION AS
X housekeeper for a gentleman. Address 106V_i
Third street, room 4.
"yOUNG WIDOW WISHES GENTLEMEN'S
X mending to do. Call from 10 to 5:30 o'clock,
150 Fourth St., room 9.
1 "TRENCH DRESSMAKER, GOOD FITTER,
JT would like few more engagements in families at
$2 per day. 611 Hyde st.
GERMAN WOMAN WANTS POSITION AS
" X housekeeper or care of Invalid lady. Call or
address 14 Bluxome st. CAPT. POTTHOFF.
DRESSMAKERS WANTED; PATTERNS CUT
to order. 25c. McDowell Academy. 213 Powell.
situation% WANTED— MALE.
BY RELIABLeTTsTeTaDY, SOBER MAN~TO
care for horses, garden, etc.; good driver, handy
around place. Address Place, box 117, Call Branch.
ITUATION WANTED BY A YOUNG MAN
SITUATION WANTED BY A YOUNG MAN
(Swede) ; is an excellent stableman and gar-
dener; sober and industrious. Address A. S., Reno
House, Sacramento st.
\* OUNG MAN, GERMAN, WANTS WORK TO
X wash dishes, assist in cooking, housework or
other work. Please address 11. VICLITZ, ,533
Sacramento st., room 88.
TyANTED— POSITION BY* EXPERIENCED
x x young man in blacksmith or shoeing shop.
Address W. '/.., 614 Kearny st.
■^XPEBIENCED CUTTER (LADIES' TAILOR)
J-iol all kinds of ladles' cloaks and suits wishes
position. Address Cutter, box 89. Call Branch.
OY' 18 YEARS OF AGE WISHES POSITION
as bell or elevator hoy; willing to take any
other good position; best of references if required.
Please address Boy. box 131, Call Branch Office.
MEDICAL ATTENDANT WISHES CARE OF
invalid or Insane patient: also massage treat-
ment; references the best for 12 years. Address
JOSEPH MAYER, New Atlantic Hotel. 207-209
Montgomery aye., San Francisco.
t* X I J I ENC D ORCHARD! ST ."WELL AC-
j quuiuted with all orchard work, wishes to
have a situation where he can work for small
wages and shares on the crop. Adress A., box 18,
this oflice.
BOY WANTS TO LEARN THE PLUMBING
trade; seven months' experience. Address
Boy, box 105, Call Branch.
4 MERICAN MAN AND WIFE WANT SITU-
-V ation as farmer or work in mill; cook for men;
nee children; best of references. Address 11. , box
157, Call Branch.
FIRST-CLASS GARDENER, PERFECT RY-
santhemum grower, wishes a situation as fore-
man of a nursery or to take charge of a place,
where he can work for small wages and shares on
crop of flowers. Address C, box 20, this office.
BY FIRST-CLASS BOOKKEEPER OF LARGE
experience: references unexceptionable. Ad-
dress C, box 19. this Office.
I*l IRST-CLASS DISHWASHER WANTS A SIT-
-1 nation; will werk cheap. Callor address Dish-
washer, 639 Clay st.
9 WILLING, HANDY YOUNG MEN WANT
— work at anything right away: wages no object.
W. B. and a. M.. box 108, Call Branch Office.
PLUMBER; EXPERIENCED: FIRST CLASS
X references; city or country. Address 124 sixth.
SITUATION WANTED BY A GERMAN AND
O wife, without children, on private place: man
to take care of horses, garden and cow. careful
driver, wife as cook or second work. Address J.
DESCHMANDEN, box 186, Napa, Cal.
£OBER INDUSTRIOUS MAN WHO GOT
IO crippled slightly in hard work wishes a job as
hotel clerk, watchman or janitor; fit and willing to 1
do ■ all kinds of light work very best of city or
country reference. Address S. S., box 105, Call
Branch office.
IDDLE-AGED MAN WANTS SITUATION
to take care of horses and milk cows and gar-
dening: good references. Address B. A., box 12,
this office*.
SITUATION WANTED— BY MAN AS FOR
0 ter or watchman in store, hotel or private house.
Address W. M.. box 105, call Branch.
"yOUNG MAN WANTS TO LEARN THE
X plumbing business; give, him a chance. ASH-
TON & GARDINER. 411 Montgomery st.
fIHINABOY WANTS SITUATION, COOKING,
VJ housework. Kung Wo. 18 Waverly st.
FEMALE HELP WANTED.
TV*" ANTED-COOK, i'ItIVArE"^OARDING-
tt house, $25; 3 German and French second
girls, $20: invalid nurse, $20: girls for cooking and
housework in San Rafael, Alameda, Green Valley,
Bakersfield and city. J. F. CROSETT & CO., 312-
-sutu-rst. .. -. ■..; , •---.,
"WANTED— WAITRESSES AND CHAM
tt bermaids, country hotels, $20, and others. J
F. CROSETT & CO., 312 Sutter st.
ANTED — 3 WAITRESSES, $15 AND
tt room; woman pastrycook and baker; waitress,
choice place, .*.."> a week;" waitress, $20, etc.: young
girl to learn waiting; 15 house girls, $15 a month; I
7 house girls. $_0; 6 Swedish and 3 Norwegian
girls for housework; girl to care for 2 grown chil- |
dren: German girl in family of 4; girl for Berkeley,
1 for Alameda, 1 lor Y'allejo; nurse girl to care for i
child; girl to assist in small family. S10; young ;
girl in family of 2, $12; machine operators on over-
alls; seamstress on vests; 5 small girls, $8 a
month; 7 young girls to assist in housework, $10
and $12 a month; 5 German girls: young girl as
companion. MARTIN A CO., 749 Market st.
I ' ANT D -( MAN OR SCANDINAVIAN
TT cook, $30: French 2d. country, $15: German
cook, $40; chambermaid and maid. $20: French
chambermaid, country, $25 to 830; German cook,
bakery, $25; young nurse girl, $10; Catholic nurs-
ery governess, $25: hotel waitress, $15 to $20.
LEON ANDRE, 315 Stockton st.
X? RENCH SECONDGIRL. OAKLAND, $20.
X Apply MISS (ELLEN, 105 Stockton st.
pOOK, AMERICAN FAMILY. $30; GERMAN
\J cook, $35; 12 housework girls, city and coun-
try, $20 and $25: 6 young girls, assist, $12 to $15.
Apply MISS CULLEN, 105 Stockton St., room 2.
/ 1 ERMAN GIRL,' LIGHT HOUSEWORK, f 15,
IT Los Gates. JUSS CULLEN, 105 Stockton st.
GERMAN .... SWEDISH COOK; SHORT Dis-
V J" tance; $:•(). MISS CULLEN, 105 Stockton st.
INVALIDS NURSE. $20 : 2 SECOND OIRS,
-I $20; maid, 926; nurse, $20. Apply MISS CUL-
LEN. 108 Stockton st.
WOMAN WITH A CHILD, RANCH, $15.
>T Apply MISS CULLEN, 105 Stockton st.
HOUSEKEEPER ABOUT 30 EARS OLD, 2
.in family, country, $15. MIS&CULLEN, 105
Stockton st.
O GERMAN OR SWEDISH GIRLS, HOUSE-
— work, Suisun, $20 each. MISS CULLEN, 105
Stockton st.
i\ r A NTF'D— COOK, SECOND GIRL, $25 AND
TT $15; nurse, $10; 10 German and Swedish
girls; waitress for restaurant, San Jose, $20.
MME. LEOPOLD, 957 Market st. _^
GERMAN COOK, $30; CHAMBERMAID, $20;
girl, take care of children, sls; infant's nurse,
$25; 8 girls for housework, $16, $20 and $25.
MRS. HIRD. 705 Polk st.
C GIRLS FOR HOUSEWORK, $20 AND $25;
•J cook, $25; chambermaid, $20; waitress, $20;
girl to help, $12. 332 Geary st.
MISS MATT! OLSON PLEASE CALL OR
lxX send your address; chambermaid for
springs, $20; hotel waitress for Nevada, fare paid, !
$20; waitress city, $15; cook and laundress, $25;
Scandinavian cook, $30; German. girl, housework, \
$25; Scandinavian or German cook and house- ]
worK, $25; German nurse and upstairs girl, $20;
10 girls, light housework, $10 to $15. C. R. HAN-
SEN & CO., 110 (ieary st.
C.HAMBERMAID, COUNTRY HOTEL, $15;
/ waitress, country hotel, $20; 3 women for
housework, $15 and $20; 2 hotel cooks, $25 and
$35. MURRAY i READY, 634 Clay st.
WANTED-25 GIRLS TO DO ALL KINDS OF
tt household work in city and country, $15 to
$30 a month. Apply MISS PLUNKETT, 424 Sut-
ter st.
<• MALL GIRL TAKE CARE CHILD*. ASSIST
O housekeeping; reference; call early. 1809
O'Farrell st. -^ _ •
"WANTED— A GIRL, NOT UNDER 16 YEARS,
tt to take care of baby and assist. Call 1030 V-.
Minna st. .'.'■' ;:'s—'.';^
1 EXPERIENCED GIRL FOR BRAIDING MA-
_J chine. 121 Post St., room 31.
! "yOUNG GIRL TO TAKE care of chil-
X dren. 937 Haight st.
COM PETENT YOUNG GTRL FOR DOWN-
, KJ stairs work and cooking. 1805 Laguna st. '
I RESPECTABLE GIRL - HO 7* SEWORK
■ " and cooking in small family. After 9, 1222
. Ellis st. .'.-,_.„-.:.,
TA I Ess ON CUSTOM WORK. 39 EDDY
street. ".".;-.-,
ERMAN GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE-
work and cooking: 3ln family. 1709 Post st.
, \y ANTED-LADY WAITRESSES." 624 PINE
tt street. : - V * '. *
AILORESS ON CUSTOM COATS. 120 SUT-
ter st., room 65.
pOOD GIRL, COOK AND HOUSEWORK SIR
lx to 9 20. . 2813 Powell at » "uu»*-WOHK, $18
. -APPRENTICE ON CUSTOM COATS. 622
' XX. Clay, rooms 3 and 4.
"yOUNG GIRL WANTED TO HELP IN GEN-"
i '■ra! housework. 1522 Post, near Laguna.
1 MEAT GERMAN GIRL TO ASSIST LIGHT
■It housework; $8. 2249 Sutter st., from 9to 12.
GIRL FOR LIGHT .HOUSEWORK-
home. 716 Green st. ■■.■■■■ ' vyjKJU
WOMAN TO WASH DISHES FROM~9T"ir
to 3P. M. 2012 Fillmore St., near California.
i WANTED- SMALL GIRL 'I'D assist IN
tt light housework. Apply 528 Hayes st.
"y OUNG GIRL, TO TAKE CARE CHILDREN"
" X Call 9 and 12, 1308 a Leavenworth st.
f "VTEAT, STRONG GIRL TO TAKE CARE OF
. J X"i infant; references required. 2016 Buchanan.
THE MORNING CALL, SAN FRANCISCO, MONDAY, MARCH 4, 1895.
HELP WANTED— Continned.
■\ IT ANTED— GIRL FOR SMALITFAM?LY7~Tb
TT do cooking, washing and general housework;
wages $20 ; German preferred. 1915 Broderick st.
At' ANTED— FIVE LADIES TO WORK. RA-
TT mona Manufacturing Company, 252 Ellis st.
EWERS ON LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S
wear. 24 Ellis, St., top floor.
GOOD OPERATOR ON FINE CUSTOM COATS.
730 Howard st.
RIGHT YOUNG LADIES TO TAKE SHORT-
hand course, at. AYRES' Stenographic Insti-
tute, 325 Montgomery st. '■-■■■-.■
SWEDISH AND GERMAN EMPLOYMENT
oflice for good working girls. 11 V 2 Antonio st.,
off Jones, near Ellis. MRS. OHLSON.
A YOUNG LADIES TO LEARN TELEGRAPHY
"X and qualify for good-paving positions. CALI-
FORNIA TELEGRAPH CO., Kearny st., cor. Clay.
STANDARD SHIRT F\ACTORY* OPERATORS
O wanted— Competent hands to make Overshirts
on Singer and Wheeler & Wilson machines; a
limited number of inexperienced will be accepted
for instruction. Apply only between 8 and 10
a.m., STANDARD SHIRT FACTORY, cor. Gough
and Grove sts.
yOUR NEIGHBORS' ADDRESSES WANTED;
J. $10 per 1000 paid plain writers; inclose stamp]
addressing Bureau, 100 W. 27th St., N. Y.
ITTLE GIRL TO MIND AND CAR FOR 2
little children; wages $5 a month. 219 Scott.
* GENTS FOR THE MAGNOLIA BLOSSOM
JX positive cure for all female troubles. Those
in need call for sample from 10 a. m. to J. p. m., 437
Fell st.
Tit L ABOUT 16 FOR SAN RAFAEL, HELP
in kitchen, $10. Apply SEKLEGEL &
BAKER, 328 Front St., for address.
IRLS WANTED - PATTERNS CUT TO
order. 25c. at McDowell Academy, 213 Powell.
-L-RI.E-TEST "AT LAWRENCE DRESSCUT-
U ting School. 1231 Market st.
MALE HELP WANTED.
WANTED—I ITALIA^T^R^^ORTU^UESE
TT firemen; German butcher boy, $20 and found;
coopers for country; 4 carpenters for Central
America. $6 a day, silver; heeler, laster, trimmer
and finisher for shoe factory, and others. Apply to
J. F. CRosETT A: CO., 828 Sacramento st.
fir ANTED— B WOODSMEN TO MAKE SHIN-
TT gle* bolts and cut cord wood, top wages, com-
pany work, a year's job. R. T. WARD & CO., 608
610 Clay st. A' -. ,
ARTIN & CO., EMPLOYMENT AGENTS,
749 Market St., main telephone No. 1849, fur-
nish all kinds of reliable male help.
\\- ANTED— HEAD COOK, $10 PER WEEK;
tt second cook, small place; German cook for
small restaurant: man and wife for ranch: waiter,
small place, $15 and room; head cook, $50; wash-
er for a hand laundry; 10 No. 1 coopers, steady
work; French or Spanish cook; No. 1 solicitor,
steady work on a salary ; dish-washer, $3 a week.
MARTIN & CO.. 749 Market at.
*\y ANTED— BUTLER, COUNTRY, $40; BOY
TT to run an elevator, private hotel, $12; Jap-
anese cook, country, $30, etc. LEON ANDRE,
315 Stockton st.
- WOODCHOPPERS, $1 50 PER CORD;
farmer and wife; 3 farmers; hotel clerk and
runner, $30 aud found. MURRAY & READY',
634 Clay st.
J-J BRTCKY'ARD LABORERS; 3 OFF-BEAR-
«> ers for brickyard, country, MURRAY __
READY, 634 Clay st.
WAITER For SPRINGS, $25; WAITER,
TT country hotel, $25, apply to-iiav (Sunday), at
7:30 A. m., ready to start. C. R. HANSEN it CO.,
110 Geary st. :. • ;,,-;
AffIMEETINGI WILL BE HELD
TUESDAY NIGHT, March 5, at A.O. F. build-
ing. 102 O'Farrell st. .Matters of great importance.
Election of employment secretary, etc. By order
of COMMITTEE.
BUTCHER WANTED, SINGLE YOUNG
man. to deliver orders; work In market; refer-
ences. Apply 525 Seventh st.
3 TEAMSTERS: i SECOND COOK; 4 LABOR-
O ers. 1004 Market st., room 1. .; s •'
OY ABOUT 14 YEARS OLD WANTED TO
run errands. Apply J. 11., box 132, Call Branch.
GOOD COATMAKER WANTED; GOOD
wages; must be good operator. 626 Minna st.
WANTED— BARBER. APPLY EARLY, 5y 2
tt Meacham place, oft' Post st.
"\y ANTED— TEAMSTER; 4 LABORERS.
TT 238 Kearny st., room 7, call early.
"DOOTBLA (. ' WANTED. 36 EDDY ST.
ESTAURANT FOR SALE— ON ACCOUNT OF
the proprietor sick; make an Offer; said res-
taurant has been under same manager for past 12
years. Inquire at Call Branch.
SALE— BAKERY, NOTIONS, LAUNDRY'
■ and cigars; rent $15. 530 Bryant st.
3 WELL-DRESSED YOUNG MEN WANTED.
xJ 836 Howard, between 9 and 12 o'clock.
WTANTED— A BARBER TO RENT OR BUY A
tt shop. Inquire 441 Sixth street.
Q HOEMAKER ON REPAIRING. 638 MAR-
O ket street.
BARBER-SHOP IN COUNTRY FOR QALE AT
a bargain. 1807 Haight st.
BoY, WITH REFERENCE, TO WORK IN
grocery-store*. Pacific and Larkin sts.
TEADY MAN WITH $150 IN A GOOD-PA
0 Ing business. 647 Sacramento st.
pAINTEB WANTED. 12 CLARA., IN REAP..
80. TO LEARN BLACKSMITHING. 1718
Fillmore st. _ -, .'
MAN WITH $200 OR MORE IN PARTNER-
ship, with a salary and expenses of trom $50
to $100 per month; pleasant and legitimate busi-
ness. 1004 Market St., room 1.
MAN WITH $200 OR MORE; SALARY $75
per month; good security; $5000. Call 10
o'clock, 1004 Market St., room 1.
C?"l OX PARTNER; COOK OR WAITER;
•_ I— xj. paying restaurant; daily receipts $15.
433 Hayes.
MEN'S SOLES 40C; GUARANTEED FOR
4 months; done 15 minutes. 635 Kearny st.,
basement. ; -- .••
A YOUNO MEN* TO LEARN TELEGRAPHY'
X and qualify for good-paving positions. CALI-
FORNIA TELEGRAPH CO., Kearny St., cor. Clay.
"\y ANTED— MEN WHO DO NOT RECEIVE
TT their wages to place accounts with us; law and
commercial collection: no charge unless success*
fill. KNOX COLLECTION AGENCY. 110 Sutter.
"|>E-ELECTED EMPLOYMENT SEC. BAR-
X\> bers' Protective Union. C. TROELL, 657 Clay.
.UTTERS AND TAILORS TO ATTEND THE
\_y San Francisco Cutting School. 222 Post st.,
rooms 21 and 22.
HOES HALF-SOLED IN 10 " MINUTES;
done while you wait; at less than half the usual i
price; all repairing done at half price. 564 Mission
St., between First st. and Second st.
XAA PAIRS OF .GOOD SHOES. TO $1. 564
-J\J\J Mission St.; also 631*/2 Sacramento st.
IT'OR SECOND-HAND SHOES AND REPAIR-
ing cheap; misfit and old shoes bought; rubber
goods repaired. 116 Fourth and 726y 2 Howard.
IP REE BEER: BEST IN CITY'; 2 SCHOONERS
for 5 cents at '__**, Paclflc st.
WAKE THE DEAD — WENZEL'S ALARM
tt clock; no electricity. 607 Montgomery st.
I"* REE COFFEE AND ROLLS. 704 SA N'SOM ;
Single rooms, 15c, 20c, $1 week with breakfast.
LI N DELL HOUSE, 6TH"a ND HOWARD—
single furnished rooms, 75c week, 15c night.
***_91 ELLIS .ROSEDALE— PRICES REDUCED;
»)^- 1 single furnished rooms, $1 week ; 25c night.
2 GOOD 10c MEALS FOR ONE DUCK AT 44
Fourth St.; no humbug.
1 A A MEN TO TAKE LODGING AT 10c, 160
I XXJXJ and 20c a night. Including coffee and rolls.
624 Washington St., near Kearny.
TRY ACME HOUSE. 957 MARKET ST., BE*
low Sixth, for a room; 25c night; $1 week.
BEST IN CITY— SINGLE Rooms. 15, 20 AND
25 cents per night; Sl, $1 25. $1 50 per week.
1 Pacific House, Commercial and Leidesdorff sts.
\\' ANTED-LABORERS AND MECHANICS
xx to know that Ed Rolkin, Reno House propri-
etor, has opened Soto House, 32 Fourth St.: 100 j
rooms; 25c to $1 per night; $1 25 to $4 per week.
WANTED-SINGLE ROOMS, 15c A DAY: $1
»T week : rooms for two, 25c a day, $1 50 a week;
reading room: daily papers. 36 Clay st.
AGENTS WANTED.
FOR RUBBER A__li^ETC., GLOBE RTJR
ber Stamp Works. 1433 Market st- near Tenth.
PROPERTY WANTED.
WANTED TO BUY— LOT IN WESTERN AD-
dition; some cash, balance Installments: or
exchange for small schooner. Call or address Gar-
dener. 1522 Turk st. .■ ■ -. ■
wanted-miscellaneous.
c tamps— wanted a small"col7lfxti(>n •
O state price. Address L. M., box 88, Call Branch
W ANTED-A BUSINESS BUGGY. WITH OR
tT without single harness; must be In first-class
condition and a bargain; state price. Address
Buggy, box 36. this office.
DHAHN, 308 SIXTH ST., PAY'S HIGHEST
. price for second-hand ladies', gents' clothing.
LOST. .
I t osT^X^irAciTTn_iTlXcir^cAß-^^
A J Saratoga Hull, on Saturday evening, at Red
Men's masquerade ball. Please return to . 1427
Steiner st. and receive reward.
BROWN SETTER DOG, NAME JACK, WHITE
breast, liberal reward. Return to 129 Third st.
LOST— PASSBOOK WITH THE HIBERNIA
Savings and Loan Society of san Francisco In
the name of JOHN S. CONNOR, No. 115286
The finder will please return to the bank.
LOST- PASSBOOK WITH THE HIBERNIA
Savings and Loan Society of San Francisco In
the name of MANUEL DI AJZEVEDO SEVE-
RING, No. 1861680. Finder will please return to
the hank. - - - »
FOUND. "*~~~
FOUND-NEWFOU^n.TrANir^Oo'TBLACKr;
owner can have the same by paving expenses.
Inquire ALEX FORREST, Solano St., near Mlnne-
sota.
. SEWING MACHINES.
SEWING-MACHINES RENTED, $1 60 PI_R
month; all kinds repaired; machines sold from
1 5 upward. . 1268 Market st.
BUSINESS CHANCES.
Q_£_V_ partner"wanted in OLD-ES-
«FUVJ"J. tablished saloon; present owner takes .
partner because he has found hired help so unre-
liable; will guarantee incoming man $125 per
month; experience- not necessary: positively the
grandest bargain ever offered: best of reasons for
taking partner; situated among the leading the--
aters. For further particulars see BUSINESS ■
EXCHANGE, 783V 2 Market st. - .
<Bi9.lf.f_ FIRST-CLASS SALOON: 8 PRl-
x^-iXfyJxJ. vate rooms nicely furnished: select ,
stock ; cash register and piano; business clearing .
about $200 per month; selling at big bargain; satis-
factory reasons for selling. BUSINESS EX-
CIIANGE, 783V3 Market st. !
W\ *\(\ COMMISSION BUSINESS: PART- '
WXOXJ. ner wanted with wideawake, rising .
young business man of good standing and reputa-
tion; has a first-class trade clearing $125 per
month and rapidly growing, which absolutely re-
quires more assistance; prefers partner to hired
help; good man wanted more than money; is
cheap at $250: can give best of reference; an ex-
ceedingly good business that will hear a close in-
vestigation. GEORGE STEWART & SON, 632 '
Market St., opp. Palace. - .
ENERGETIC RELIABLE PERSON WANTED
J to-day for light manufacturing and stocking the j
market with fast-selling staple article; good per- !
manent Income guaranteed; duties genteel; steady . ;
work the year round; cash required $200; investi-
gate this offer at once. Call, after 2 I*. M.. DINCK-
LY, Wilson House, 829 Stevenson St., off Tenth.
<3_7?_f_ saloon' ON MARKET-ST. CORNER: '
tip I *JU. fine stand; good trade; bargain indeed.
FALCONER, 1189 Market st. (Central Park).
PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY: WELL APPOINT
ed; centrally located: with about 10,000 nega-
tives; also rooms for family; will sell for $300.
Address B. G,. box 109, Call Branch Office.
fi» QRA CIGAR-STAND ON A PROMINENT
"COUl". corner; splendid business; big stock;
cheap rent; a bargain. MILLER, 23 Kearny.
$97£_ BRANCH BAKERY. NOTIONS, ETC.;
4 I O. fine living. MILLER, 23 Kearny.
CORNER GBOCERYA ND BAR: NEW STOCK
I and fixtures; splendid paying business; best lo-
cation; must sell on account of other business.
I'ROLL & STENBERG, 873 Market St.
OLD ESTABLISHED HOTEL; BIG SALOON
trade; house filled with steady boarders: sick-
ness cause of sale; full investigation allowed.
PBOLL & STENBERG, 873 Market St.
fl;l 9f_f_ ELEGANTLY* FITTED UP COR-
<jPX_-_\_'l/. ner saloon; rooms upstairs: big day
and night trade; best paving saloon near Market St. '
PROLL & STENBERG*, 873 Market St.
•51 1 7fif_ FIRST-CLASS PAYING GROCERY
-JPX I xjxj. and bar, Western Addition; fine
stock, billiard, cash register, delivery wagon full
investigation allowed. PROLL & STENBERG,
873 Market st.
V'-MUMI SALOON AND DINING-ROOM;
*tJp__.U"lM./. big paying business; In vicinity where
several hundred people are employed; building cost
$150"; long lease; splendid opportunity for man
and wife. PROLL & BERG, 873 Market St.
ATOTICE— BUY* OR SELL A BUSINESS OF
XTjiny kind see STRAND & CO., 19 Sixth St.
<£_ P_fCn SALOON ON MARKET ST. CLEARS
xpOOV. $125 month. STRAND & CO., 19 Sixth.
ffl* Q 7-C F'RUITSTORE^ HORSE. WAGON;
"4pO 1 O. clears $50 month. STRAND, 19 Sixth.
SO "TC BRANCH BAKERY'; 4 ROOMS;
—> I O. rent $14; fine place. STRAND.I 9 Sixth.
"!V"0. 1 RESTAURANT, NEAR MARKET AND
iAI Third sts.; bargain. STRAND, 19 Sixth st.
GROCERY AND BAR (HEAP IF SOLD
immediately. 356 Jessie st., near Fifth.
(Ejl T- PARTNER WfFiFyOUNG LADY TO
-J. XI O. go to Seattle. 110' '■■ Stockton, room 2.
PARTNER WANTED IN DRUGSTORE; FINE
X corner. DECKER, 1206 Market st.
<» CCA MEAT MA RK : PAYING BUSI.
•?•'->". ness. DECKER. 1206 Mark.
BRANCH - BAKERY AND COFFEE PARLOR;
soda fountain: 4 living rooms. 406 Third.
HOTEL, COUNTRY* TOWN, ".NEAR S. F.,
clearing $300 a month; property included;
easy terms given. SPECK'S, 30 Montgomery.
•i-^.WI BUTCHER-SHOP (MISSION); RENT
*IP-_im'. $20; clears $4 per day. SPECK & CO ,
30 Montgomery st.
"WOOD AND COAL YARD: DOWNTOWN;
xx clearing about $100 a month; buildings in-
cluded; price $300. SPECK'S, 30 Montgomery.
KESTAURANT AND BRANCH BAKERY';
Xt doing good cash trade; bargain. 110 Eighth.
SNAP— REST. small CAPITAL; LADY OR
gentleman; no rent. Apply 518 Geary st.
HOME RESTAURANT: GOOD BUSINESS,
for sale or exchange. Apply this office.
Sis 4 Ofl PARTNER WANTED IN LIGHT
"4? i'H/. business; easily learned; large profits;
solid trade: will suit any plain, steady man satis-
fied with $25 to $30 per week; can be doubled with
a little push; horse, wagon and stock worth double
the amount. 9 Geary st., room 2.
/"HOAR-STORE; LAUNDRY OFFICE; 3
XJ rooms In rear; rent cheap; doing good business:
must be sold on account of partner's sickness. 417
Hayes St.
"IT'OR SALE— COUNTRY' BARBER-SHOP AND
X 2 bathrooms: good for $1000 a year clear; will
be sold che*p. Apply to G. 11. BLAIR, Dunnigan,
Cal. •
/"IOOD OFFICE MAN WITH $2*o WISHES
VT an interest in a legitimate prosperous business
that will stand investigation; no saloons or restau-
rants; none but principals noticed; give particu-
lars. M. W., Call Office, Oakland.
LOR SALE-BRANCH BAKERY'; 3 ROOMS,
X with furniture: cheap rent. 219 Sixth.
HEAP FOR CASH— OLD-ESTABLISHED;
\J 37 cans: private trade; 50 cows, horses, wag-
ons, etc. Address Milkman, 1331 Fulton St., or
call at residence, Nineteenth aye. and X St.
<' } ~i r \ BRANCH BAKERY, BUTTER AND
*4P---ilxJ. eggs, notions, laundry, etc., with furni-
ture of 1 room ; established place; trial given; no i
agents; rent $14. 324 Polk st.
(5 '_> CA STATIONERY AND CIGAR STORE;
•i^tfJOV'. DECKER, 1206 Market st.
"INTERIOR AGENCY OF THIS PAPER FOR
X sale; price $3500; terms cash; clears $200 per
month. Apply this office.
— i 1 IRST-CLASS STOCK, FIXTURES AND RES-
X taurant. 576 Howard, meat market.
IT'OR SALE— GROCERY' AND BAR; BEST LO-
X cation in the city; kept by present owner 11
years; good long lease; will be sold cheap account
other important business. Inquire southeast cor-
ner Grove and Buchanan sts.
XMiR SALE-BRANCH OF WESTERFEI.DT'S
X bakery, restaurant and coffee parlor: cause, sick-
ness; good chance for man and wife. 312 Hay
TITANTED-BUSINESS ASSOCIATE ; ACTIVE,
xx profitable employment : with $5000 to $6000.
Address XV- J. B. MIDDLETON, 30 Montgomery.
OjOAA""!"*)!! SALE-CIRCULATING LIBRA-
OxJxJ. ry. news depot, notion, fancy goods and
cigar store, cheap. Inquire at 404 Devisadero st.
OLD-ESTABLISHED SALOON WITH TWO
bowling-alleys; .heap rent. 612 Bush St.
( \ o fl ] ' ALF INTEREST; BEST MANU-
tJTvH.J'v'. facturing business on the coast; article
used by all. I). P., box 128, Call Branch.
AT A SACRIFICE, IF SOLD IMMEDIATELY,
old corner grocery and bar. Inquire 317 Fifth.
C..,9- GROCERY AND BAR; RENT $14.
»jP -j-jxJ. Apply Call Branch Office.
FOR SALE— THE BEST EQUIPPED AND
best known wood-working plant in San Fran-
cisco; doing a large wholesale and retail business in
wood mantels and interior decoration; if you are
looking for a business that will pay you a big In-
come you will find this just what you want; can be
bought for part cash, balance easy payments. Ad-
dress Owner, box 160, Call Branch Office.
NE OF THE BEST PAYING AND BEST LO-
cated hotels in Vallejo for sale. This hotel was
fitted up six months ago at great expense; present
owner se.ls on account of death; the hotel will be
sold very reasonable. Apply to G. U. CLAUSEN,
397 Sixth st. .;,'-
DRUGSTORE AT A BARGAIN— A NEATLY'
fitted-up drugstore In a growing town not far
from San Francisco; $1500. Particulars given hv
J. M. WRIGHT, care LANGLEY & MICHAELS
CO. ■ -^_
IT'OR — GROCERY-STORE AND BAR;
.splendid opportunity: reasonable offer accept-
ed; full investigation. NW. cor. Turk and Scott.
Unit SALE-COAL AND WOOD YARD, FTRST-
X class location. ' Inquire 600 Haight st.
Unit SALE— BUTCHER SHOP; CHEAP. AP-
X ply 546 Ninth St. '
'•flfff-*... ''"''" COFFEE SALOON, CHOP-
qpXUU. house; cheap rent; good location; good
tiling for man and wife; average $10 to $12. 520
Battery st.
/ 1 OOD OPPORTUNITY'; PARTNER WANTED;
XX business established since 1860; capital re-
quired from $40,000 to $50,000. Address G. L,
box 22. this Office. ..
HIGHEST CASH PRICFJ FOR RESTAURANTS
saloons, furniture. SCHOENFELDT, 1121 Mkt.
A WEEK'S NEWS FOR 5 CENTS — THE
-•V WEEKLY CALL, Id wrapper, for mailing.
LODGING-HOUSES FOR SALE.
CjQAA GREAT 7 BARGAIN; 40 ROOMS;
(jPOvfU. good house; good location: cheap rent;
pari cash. M. A., box 142, Call Branch Office. \
ODGING-HOUSE; 12 ROOMS, ALL SUNNY';
nice gar den front and rear. 210 Hyde st.
O LET— UNFURNISHED LODGING-HOUSE;
18 rooms and bath; within half a block of
Market St., in the best business part of the city; to
suitable tenant liberal terms will be offered.
MADISON & BURKE. -
1 Q-ROOM HOUSE, NEAR MARKET: CEN-
XOtral; offer wanted. DECKER, 1206 Market.
<8_ Q r\(\ TWELVE ROOMS; CENTRAL;
«4pO«JU. Marketst.
OVI ROOMS. WORTH $2000. $1200
OX) H. C. DECKER, 1206 Market St., cor. Taylor
QA ROOMS: NEAR BALDWIN; CLEARS
OU $100 to $800. SPF.CK'S, 30 Montgomery st.
SMALL LODGING-HOUSE OF 11 ROOMS;
must be sold immediately on account of sick-
ness. Inquire 235 Stevenson st.
T .-HOUSE ; 14 ROOMS; ALL RENTED;
' XJ must sell on account of sickness. 15 Sixth st.,
near Market, San Francisco, v.
JJfOR SALE— LODGING-HOUSE OF. 35 ROOMS;
X all furnished ; rent $40; or will trade for city,
Alameda or Oakland lots; good reason lor selling.
Apply bet. 2 and 6 p. 11., 603 Front st.
T-rTi'.-'v' PEBSONALS. -^
M"^IDDL-_rTAGED^VTDOW^ WISHES TO
meet an American Protestant lady; no incum-
brance; no triflers. Address M. 0., box 152, Call
Branch Office. :.-. .-" --.</.■■
MUSIC -BOXES; SINGING - BIRDS: ME-
chantcal figures; fine repairing laboratory.
PAUL MONACO, practical maker, 120 Sutter St.,
third floor, rooms 82-83, elevator. •
STEAM ELECTRIC BATHS FOR LADIES
O and gentlemen, from 10 till 10. 110 . 3 Stock-
ton St., room 1. ■
"IIfILLTHE THAT OCCUPIED THE
>> cell with JAMES VINCENT when he died,
October 24, 1886, please call at room 102, 103 Phe-
lan building, third floor, and they will be compen-
sated for the trouble. . '
DANCING TAUGHT BY YOUNG LADY;
terms $4 per month, 2 lessons a week. Wash-
ington Hall, 35 Eddy st. ,
RAG CARPETS WOVE TO ORDER AND FOR
sale; also chenille-wove rugs and Bilk-rag por-
tieres, and dealer In carpet twine in hank or chain
at lowest rates. GEO. MATTHEW, 709 Fifth St.,
Oakland, Cal. ■.-■;-** y.
TTENTION, LADIES— "EMMA" BUST DE-
__T- veloper will enlarge bust 5 inches: guaranteed:
sealed instructions 2c, or 24-page ill. catalogue 6c,
mailed. Emma Toilet Bazar. Boston, Mass.
ADIES, -DR. VORELL'S FRENCH FEMALE
XJ pills never fail; safe and sure: sealed $1; par-
ticulars 4c. "W" Aurum Medicine Co., 56 -State
St., Chicago, 111.
T OST— CERTIFICATE NO. 25 FOB 5 SHARES
X- capital stock Golden State Land Company,
issued In name, of MRS. M. GRIPER, dated July
10,1890. Finder will return to office of corpora-
tion, room 39, Flood building. . .
T ATTEST DANCE" F*OR PARTIES;
J-i $1 50. 1424 Greenwich St.
A" DVICE FREE ; DI VORCE LAWS A SPECIAL-
ty; collections, damages, wills, deeds, etc. G.W.
HOWE, Att'y-at-law, 850 -Market., cor. Stockton.
CLOAKS, CAPES AND FURS RETAILED AT
manufacturers' cost. 20 Sansome* St., upstairs.
"WANTED " FOR" ADOPTION— CHILD 2 TO 5
TT years old: poor parentage preferred; state age
and sex. M. N. E., box 160, Call Branch.
rf Nl V 1 A LIST LITERATURE SENT FREE.
<U Address G. WHITE, 30 West St., Boston,
Mass., or A. M. DEWEY", 1304 Franklin St., Oak-
land. Cal. '
VfTSFIT PARLORS WILL REMOVE* MARCH
lxX Ist to 14 Geary St., three doors above Kearny.
~\ NNULLMENT OF MARRIAGE AND DI-
XX. vorce; legal everywhere. Address P. O. box
2263, San Francisco U. .S. Divorce Bureau.
INETOSCOPES FOR SALE; PHONOGRAPH
outfits bought for cash. Bacigalupi, 946 M'k't.
REWARD— TO THE YOUNG lADY AND
elderly gentleman who saw a lady fall and
break her arm at the ferry on October 22, 1894, if
they will send their address to HAIGHT, 220 San-
some st., S. F.
\\*\a7LtZ IN THREE LESSONS; ARTISTIC
xx dances for parlor or stage taught daily at IR-
VINE'S, 927 Mission st., opposite U. S. Mint.
THE ORIENTAL— 6IS TAYLOR ST., NEAR
Sutter: newly furnished family hotel; cleanest
in the city; superior French lady cook.
DVICE FREE;LEG A L AND PRIVATE MAT*
ters. People's Law Office,B3B Market.Me( A
"WEDDING INVITATIONS ENGRAVEDAND
xx printed. ROBERTSON'S, 126 Post st.
COOK-BOOKS AT ROBERTSON'S, 126 POST
street. a
OLD "BUILDINGS BOUGHT AND SOLD,
store-fixtures, doors, windows, lumber, pipe,
etc.; cheap. Yard 1166 Mission st., nr. Eighth.
COULDN'T"!)!. THE BUSINESS WE'RE
xx doing if prices were not right.
Carpets, new and second hand, from 25c up
Oak Bed Sets $17 50 up
Mattings, per yard 7c up
Linoleum, per yard 50 c
Kitchen Chairs 25c
Kitchen Tables $1 50
EVERYTHING IN PROPORTION.
Largest stock and store in the city; lowest
prices; easy terms, if desired.
J. NOONAN, 1017-1019-1021-1023 Mission St.,
above Sixth. Open evenings.
QECOND-HAND AS WELL AS NEW BARS,
O showcases, counters, shelvings, mirrors, desks,
safes, chairs, scales, etc., and a very large stock of
them, too; be sure and see stock and get prices be-
fore going elsewhere. J. NOONAN, 1017-1019-
-1021-1023 Mission St., above Sixth.
GAS FIXTURES AND PLUMBING. 623
Golden Gate aye. H. HUFSCHMIDT.
"PACIFIC STATES DETECTIVE AGENCY, 20
X Ellis St., rms. 1 A 2; telephone, main 5506, S. F.
lANO LESSONS, 25c HALF-HOUR; GER-
man lady. 1126 Howard st.
OLD GOLD, SILVER, GENTS' AND LADIES'
Clothing bought. COLMAN, 41 Third st.
"WINDOW SHADES MANUFACTURED TO
XX order by WILLIAM McPH UN. 1195 Markei
HORSES.
S~ADT">LE~F_mtS-r"FOR SAI_E^TRO?C(_LY
O built; single-footer; a beauty; dark chestnut,
with heavy silver mane and tail; used to city and
will go in harness: price $150. Call at 347 Fre-
mont, in the rear, between 9 and 10 a. m.
HORSES PASTURED; $2 A MONTH; SEND
for circular. F. A. HYDE, 630 Commercial st.
1 00 sets SECOND-HAND HARNESS; ALL
XUU kinds; second-hand wagons, buggy, carts;
also 20 cheap horses. Fifteenth and Valencia st s.
WAGONS AND CARRIAGES.
"VTEW EXPRESS-WAGON, 2D-HAND DELIV-
-i-^ cry, bus; buggies cheap. 100 Golden Gate aye.
2 NEW CARTS; FOUR - SPRING WAGON;
milk-wagon: must sell at once. 829 Howard st.
ijUNE BAKERY AND LAUNDRY' WAGONS"
rockaway, buggies: also hack. 828 Harrison,
FURNITURE FOR SALE.
"IT* U NI-fuxTEO-l'irHOul^^
X must sell to-day; $60; rent cheap. 616 Eddy
St.; basement.
"VTICELY FURNISHED 4-ROOM FLAT FOR
-t-> sale; cheap if sold by Monday. 339 Hayes st.
IT'OR LE CHEAP— HANDSOME FERN I-
J" ture of 9- mom residence, centrally located : can
he used to advantage as a doctor's or dentist's office
or for roomers. Address W., box 160, Call Branch.
1-LEi'ANT WALNUT BEDSTEAD WITH 2
J mattresses; very cheap. :ii*_' Hyde st.
WaRPETS, 4,-e ; LINOLEUM, 40c; BEDBOOM
XJ set, $11. shirek, 1310-1312 Stockton st.
BEDROOM SETS, $11; OAK - CHAIRS, $1;
carpets. 45c. SHIREK. 1310-1312 Stockton.
T.-URNITTRF. wE 6 ROOMS— CORNER FLAT;
X rent cheap; bargain. 313 Gough st.
UT PRICES IN FURNITURE AND CARPETS
this week at McCABE'S, 948-950 Mission st.
REDUCTIONS ON LARGE STOCK, NEW AND
second hand; 400 carpets, good as new; oil-
cloth, 25c; parlor suits, $19 up: linoleum, 45c;
7-piece chamber suits, $14 60; cornice-poles, 25c;
ranges, $6; cash or installments; goods shipped
free-. T. 11. NELSON, 126 Fourth st.
FURNITURE WANTED.
17* VRN _TURE,*S__ COUNTERS, sl-OWCASES^
' restaurants bought.sold. ANDERSON, II2I Mkt
"WILLIAM BUTTERFIELD, AUCTIONEER;
" buys, sells and rents furnished houses. Ollice
opposite Palace Hotel, 2d floor Crocker building.
A LARGE QUANTITY SECOND-HAND FUR-
-^ V niture wanted ; 20 per cent paid more than else-
where. JM ALONE. 110 Fourth st.: new store.
CARPET CLEANING.
CITY * STEAM CARPET-BEATING AND
V. Renovating Works, 38 and 40 Eighth st. G. R.
STEVENS, manager. Telephone No., south 250.
/ -ARPETS THOROUGHLY CLEANED AND
\J renovated same as new. S. FERGUSON <fc
CO., 23 Tenth st. Telephone number, south 36.
"WHEN YOU BECOME DISGUSTED WITH
xx poor work send to SPAULDING'S Pioneer Car-
pet Beating Works, 353-7 Tehama; tei. So-40.
/ ONKLIN'S CARPET BEATING WORKS. 333
\J Golden Gate aye.; telephone east 126.
CA R PET'S ELL CLEANED. BARBER'S, 236
14th, nr. Mission; tel. (Mission) 100.
THE J. E. MITCHELL CARPET-CLEANING
Co. (incorp.); old established carpet cleaning
machines; cleaning 3c yard. 230 14th, tel. 6074.
T MCQUEEN'S CARPET BEATING AND REN-
') . ovating works. 463 Stevenson: tel. 3228.
FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS.
I TUNE MISFIT PRINOTAT/B^RT^UItTcOST
' $75; take $27. 803 Golden Gate aye.
CHEAP— FIXTURES THAT WERE ONCE IN
J the Savings Union branch, Market and Fell
sts.; suitable for an insurance or real estate office.
ASHTON & GARDINER, 411 Montgomery st.
ATENT FOR SALE OF A SPECIAL SUB-
marine boat. 1313 Vermont st. *;•-*-
IpRESII JERSEY HEIFERS FOR SALE AND
X Poland-China pigs. Sulphur Springs Farm,
Niles. Alameda County.
"W ILSmHK SAFE, LETTER-PRESS, SCALE,
: TT coffee-mill and money-till ; cheap. 102 Clay st.
-Hi -10 COLUMBIA PNEUMATIC; APPROVAL
tip TV-, allowed country buyer. 328 McAllister st.
CO UN T RS, SHELVING, SHOWCASES
) bought and sold. 1121 1/2 Market, bet. 7th and Bth
"VTEW RANGES CHEAPER THAN SECOND-
X\ hand. W. S. RAY Mfg Co., 12 California st.
ONE - MEDIUM AND LARGE-SIZE
tire' and burglar proof safe. 221-223 Market St.
, TO exchange.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE For" A RANCH,"
milk and cream business; 65 cans trade. For
particulars apply 1911 Mission st.
TAT ANTED - UNIMPROVED LAND FOR
x x clear lots across the bay. 657 Folsom st.
FINANCIAL.
. <fc4?i?PGOOD SBOUB-IT*.. FOR THIS
• xiP^zXJXJ. amount from a private person ■If* at
: small rate. Box 43, Call Branch Office, Oakland.
MONEY TO LOAN ON SAN FRANCISCO REAL
estate. W. J. i.INN. 410 Montgomery st.
1 |j STORAGE.
STORAGE OF FURNITURe'pIANOS,'h'oUS&
hold goods, etc. J. M. PIERCE, 735 Market st.
I*l IRST-CLASS STORAGE : ADVANCES MADE
JV 421-423 Market st. ■■ CHAS. L. TAYLOR.
HOUSES TO LET.
TTRlx^dli-rBATirAN^ LAUNDRY; NEWLY
V painted: in first-class condition and very desir-
able; rent $37 60; on Twelfth st.; also, on Glen
Park avenue, second floor, 4 rooms and bath; $15:
most delightful location in the city and only ba*f
block from Mission-st. electric or Howard-st. cable
cars DEMPSTER, 36 Glen Park aye., off Twelfth
streeL .
HOTEL TO LEASE, DOWNTOWN, OF ABOUT
80 rooms; large dining-room, 60x60. Apply
immediately to A. J. RICH & CO.,
Real Estate Agents,
238 Montgomery st.
901 7 CALIFORNIA— VERY' FINE HOUSE;
-Cox I 8 rooms, bath, hot-air heater.
O LET-HOUSE 6 ROOMS, BATH: WATER
free; $20. 1804 Stevenson, apply cor, grocery.
-iT/-*.-**- SCOTT— 2-STORY HOUSE, 7 LOOMS
IU i and bath: water free; $30 per month. Ap-
ply O'FARRELL A 00., 11 Montgomery.
-ROOM HOUSE, BATH; ARRANGED FOR
2 families. 17 Hampton place, off Folsom St.,
bet. Second and Third.
TWENTY-THIRD ST\^ NEAR II AM
— O shire, new house; 6 rooms, hath and yard;
modern improvements: rent reduced to $18.
OUNNY REAR HOUSE; 6 ROOMS, BATH,
0 gas; $22, with water. 5241/2 Turk St.
"AT ICE HOUSE; 7 ROOMS AND BATH. 17
_-V Caroline, off Folsom, near Sixth.
PROPERTY— 20 M 'MS CHEAP; OWNER
X will put in order. 421 Powell.
QUN NY HOUSE, 12 ROOMS, FURNISHED;
io stable and carriage house. 2612 Folsom st.
AY-WINDOW HOUSE: 6 SUNNY ROOMS;
bath; gas: water; yard; $20. 1025 Capp st.
HOUSES, FLATS, STORES, OFFICES, ALL
kinds of property to rent: furniture insured.
BALDWIN A HAMMOND, 10 Montgomery st.
A TENEMENTS, 3 AND 4 BOOMS EACH;
*x rent $9. $10. $11. 812 Jessie St.. near Ninth.
FURNISHED HOUSES.
SjTCpn^T^'^FLA^^tOt^M 'AND BATH ;
-IN furnished or unfurnished. Apply 1806% Jack-
son St.. from 10 a. m to 4 p. M.
FURNISHED FLATS.
I"^OR~ADULT^sT^COM FfHU-^IHTE^RoTrMsT^
J- beds: bath; all conveniences; $25. 1917 Geary.
"JVTTCELY FURNISHED FLAT 5 ROOMS. BATH,
XI plank yard, basement: rent reasonable. 327
Haight st.
cottages TO let.
P^w7cotoa^7Troom^i_ot 2sxlOO*7usE
Xi of 2 lots; large house for chickens; on Twenty-
fourth and Caroline sts.: would rent or lease for $5
a month. BALDWIN A HAMMOND. 10 Montgy.
( 'Ol I A OK: 6 ROOMS; BATH, YARD, STABLE.
v. 913 Fourteenth St., near Noe.
G_l 9 COTTAGE; 5 ROOMS; WATER FREE;
V? !— . 109 Twenty-sixth, near Mission.
flats TO let.
I * PPEB I'LAT, Rooms aNd'__AThTeli-".("
xJ trie bells, tiled sink, perfect door opener, all
newly papered, grained and painted outside; lower
flat, 0 rooms, bath and laundry; large yards; on
Twelfth St., between Mission and Howard; fast car
lines: very' desirable in every way. DEMPSTER,
36 Glen Park aye., off 12th st.
JUST FINISHED— S2S, 2213 JONES ST., 6
>J rooms and bath; $30. 2217 Jones, 7 rooms and
bath; marine view. ASHTON" __ GARDNER, 411
Montgomery st.
99 ">ll •** ' ' NY FLAT: 5 ROOMS, BATH.
<*U.-i-_.. 1216 Scott, near Eddy.
BEAUTIFUL SUNNY CORNER FLAT; 1912
Fillmore st.; 7 rooms and bath: rent very low;
don't fail to examine this. BURNHAM-MARSH
CO., 428 Montgomery st.
EAUTIFUL WESTERN ADDITION FLAT;
1511 Jackson St.; 6 rooms and bath: marine
view; rent low to good tenant BURNHAM-
MARSH CO., 428 Montgomery st.
},*T.Ke,ANT SUNNY UPPER FLAT, 7 ROOMS
J- and bath. 2411 Howard st.
I'LAT, 6 ROOMS A U~ BATH. 1142 TURK
Xz st., bet. Laguna and Buchanan.
TALAT 5 BOOMS 'AND BATH; $16. SE.COR.
J. Twenty-sixth and Bartlett sts.
"["ONE SUNNY CORNER - FLAT, 4 LARGE
JT rooms: suitable for doctor's office; NW. cor.
Sixteenth and Valencia sts. Apply L. A. SOUC &
CO., 465 and 467 Valencia st.
Ql 9 PLAT 4 ROOMS; WATER FREE ;
•4._l__.. large cellar; 1209 V a Bush st. Apply at
1209 a Bush st.
IP LAT - 4~ ROOMS A ndH BATH; GAS, HOT
water. Apply 420 Lilly aye.
,1 1 A WALLER, NEAR FILLMORE— SUNNY"
IX\J rooms and batli, $16; also 410b, partly fur-
nished, $15, newly painted.
991 A FILLMORE— FLAT 7 ROOMS; BATH;
-ii-iiXr± $22 50.
9 BUNNY FLATS; 4 ROOMS; BATH. 6 BY-
—i ington st., off Webster, near Ellis.
UFIMJR FLAT OF 1 BOOMS AND BATH, $14;
235*/ a Hickory aye. Apply 52 3 Fell st,
_."./. NATOMA-FLAT OF 4 SUNNY ROOMS,
U«JU with stable: rent $14.
1 QQ ROSE AYE.— FLAT OF 3 ROOMS; SUN-
-LOO ny side: hall; rent $11.
STq~ WEBSTER— NEW PER SUNNY COR-
fIO ncr flat; latest improvements; rent cheap.
I * PPEB FLAT— S ROOMS, BATH; WITH
U piano. 1335 Union st.
$11 f\f_ * BOOMS. 135 IVY' AYE., NEAR
I--L.-JV'. Y'an Ness aye.
SUNNY* UPP^R.FLAT; 5 ROOMS; $12; 32
O Clementina st.
■TT' LEG ANT IT-AT, 5 SUNNY' ROOMS; $16.
XJ 1703 V Jones st.
rjrtO LET — NEW FLAT OF 4 BOOMS AND
-1 bath; all modern improvements. NE. corner of
Twentieth and Capp sts.
99J. FLORIDA ST.— MODERN FLAT OF 5
QjjrX rooms and bath; rent $18.
I -1 LEGANT FLAT; 5 ROOMS; BATH; SIN IN*
1 every room ; $29. 16 Grove St., near City Hall.
$9"; ELEGANT BUNNY FLAT, OPP. JEF-
_• ). feT.se m s.'. 925 (."olden Gate av.,tir. Laguna.
1 fl~\7 FOLSOM-«ST., 3 ROOMS $1000
XXJO I 421 Ivy aye., 4 rooms 12 00
1736 Stevenson. 6 rooms and bath 15 00
776 Stevenson, 6 rooms and bath 17 50
1301 Castro, 6 rooms and bath.. 17150
789 Haight, 7 rooms and bath 20 00
1341 Powell, 6 rooms and bath 31 00
For fur! her particulars apply to DAVID STERN
»v- sons, 323 Montgomery st.
"\7"ERY' DESIRABLE UPPER FLAT OF 6
V rooms and bath; rent reasonable; 14 Metcalfe
place, off Geary St.. between Mason and Taylor.
Apply G. 11. UMBSEN A CO., 14 Montgomery st.
Pvfl j GROVE .ST., COR. OCTAVIA— FLAT OF
OxJ X 5 rooms and bath; first floor: sunny side.
ELIJOANT SUNNY FLAT: 7 ROOMS; BATH;
beantif.illy papered and frescoed. 713 Grove. '
©"1 A LOWER FLAT: 5 ROOMS AND BATH:
■UP-l-""!. separate yard; sunny, new and clean. 214
Chattanooga st, near Twenty-third.
UPPER FLAT, 4 SUNNY' ROOMS: NEWLY
papered, painted ; water; cozy. 102:0 '. Capp st.
ELEGANT NEW FLATS, SEVENTH ST..
1 below Bryant— s and 6 rooms: bath; $10, $17,
SUNNY FLATS— 4 AND 5 BOOMS; BATH;
_ $12 and $13. 1249 Eighteenth. .
3J__^° A WEEK'S NEWS FOR 5 CENTS—
zx^-ev WEEKLY' CALL, in wrapper, for mailing.
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS.
QKO MISSION, N"EAR~VfxTlr_r72r^pp2)NT
000 sunny rooms; complete for housekeeping;
cheap. '".:->;.;;
JESSIE. rear MINT— room,
"TOO use kitchen: single rooms: cheap.
9 AND 4 UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR HOUSE-
—j keeping; $6 and $8. 13 Zoe St., off Bryant.l
1 QQ SEVENTH— FURNISHED FRONT sun-
-LOO ny housekeeping rooms adjoining: cheap.
094 JESSIE— 2" ROOMS FURNISHED FOR
xJ^jXz housekeeping, $11.
7» ~9 H (TWA RD — UNN V FRONT ROOM,
xJO-ij bedroom and kitchen furnished for house-
keeping; cheap.
9 OR 3 SUN BAY-WINDOW ROOMS; FUR-
■iJ nished for housekeeping. 501i/!j Sixth st.
1914 PAGET NEAR LYON, OVE Loo I N « i
lOlithe park— 3 furnished rooms, with con-
servatory, complete for housekeeping.
7 fi ELLIS-FRONT AND BACK PARLORS;
I XJXJ kitchen, laundry and yard.
UNFURNISHED SUNNY BAY-WINDOW
rooms; suitable for housekeeping; $10. 1581
F'olsom. ,-'..." -':S
79^BRANNAN. ABOVE SIXTH- SUNN
I -CiO kitchen and bedroom furnished; $8.
O PEARL, COR. MARKET, OPP. OCTAY'IA—
O Well-furnished parlor, alcove room and connect-
ing kitchen; running water; $16.
i)AA sixth^nTcely FURNISHED SUNNY
j<-i~X~X front and back housekeeping suites cheap.
_10Q ELLIS-2 desirable SUNNY* BOOMS,
XXJO complete for housekeeping; central.
THIRD-SUNNY FRONT FURNISHED
G-jJj. housekeeping suites, $8, $9 ; single $1. $1 50.
<&](} TWO LARGE SUNNY FURNISHED
tip -LA", rooms; housekeeping. 786 F'olsom, near
Fourth.
_-f_ d FURNISHED AND UNFUR-
UJ.'J nished housekeeping; also storage.
(£•174 ROOMS, BATH - AND STABLE. AP-
•jpx I . ply 2643 Bryant aye., nr. Twenty-fourth.
Af* SEVENTH, NEAR MARKET-4 SUNNY*
_r_ housekeeping rooms; second story; rent low.
99 A THIRD ST.-CHEAP HOUSEKEEPING
jLj-jXJ rooms, double and single rooms and yard.
"I MISSION - SUNNY BAY-WINDOW
_-.eiJ.--iU front room, with kitchen: rent moderate.
f\AC* MINNA — FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
OXXJ housekeeping; large yard.
QOA MISSION— R N I s ED AND UNFUR
xJO'l nished, also housekeeping; sunny and well
lighted; cheap. Apply 829 Mission st.
OA STOCKTON— NEWLY- FURNISHED; 3 TO
ju\J 6 housekeeping rooms; central.
ROOMS TO LET.
TT7iu-vENTir^nrT*T7^
L'l I rooms; bath; use of kitchen; rent re-wren
able. ■••"son-
-1181 STOCKTON - NICE SUNNY - y ■ i>*
XXxJ% nished rooms; light housekeeping allowed!
J-.Q9 POLK— FLAT 2 LARGE BUNNY~TJv"
OO^i furnished rooms; yard.
"1 Oflfi LARKIN, COR. bush- l'arFj p-
X--JXJXJ sunny furnished front room fori or 2; $8.
Qf\4 I* ARKIN — LARGE SUNNY R6%\T
WJ neatly furnished: lor 2 persons: $7 50. ' '
-_) >)Z\ FIFTH -7 ROOMS, BATH; FURNIsHI
O—O ed; all or part; reasonable.
"I 99 TAYLOR - ELEGANTLY FURNISHED
X£i-ij large sunny rooms.
91 A FELL-1 LARGESUNNY FRONT BOOM
•jIT also single; cheap; bath. '
7ft-± HOWARD, COR. " I TrD^kiNFl x
• v"x furnished front sunny single and doub',.
rooms.
Tb SOUTH PARK - 2 WELL-FURNISHED
X XJ cor. housekeeping rooms; also single rooms*
very cheap. '
n~ Ca SIXTH, COR. MINNA-NICELV FUR
O nished sunny rooms; also housekeeping.
Ol -.1 SIXTH-SMALL NICELY FURNISHED
jUXO'A front room; $5.
'_> / ' VALPARAISO — NICE SUNNY FUR-
OU nished front room; cheap,
7791 HARRISON. NEAR FOURTH— FINE-
-1 I —.-* ly furnished sunny rooms, bath; $1 week.
Q9l a MARKET- FRONT AND BACK
'-'— X rooms reasonable.
7f.fi ELLIS-NICE SUNNY ROOMS, NEWLY
I xjxj furnished; en suite or single.
QQQ SACRAMENTO— IUJTiMsr
000 with or without board. MBS. E. I). DAVIS
proprietor.
"I 7 SCOTT, NEAR HAIGHT— UPPER HALF;
J- I private; 4 rooms; bath; furnished.
C'liH MINNA, COB. EIGHTH— NICELY FUR
UU I nished bay-window rooms; $1 week.
101 7 A FOI.soM-SUNNY DOUBLE ROOM'
-LUJL i $6; single room, $4 month ; use Of kitchen.
"I AH! FOLSOM — SUNNY FURNISHED
J-UUJL front rooms; verycheap,
7.'99 TWE NT V - IRST — NEWLY FUR^
U --.-_. nisheel front bay-window alcove room : $10.
QAQ TURK — UNFURNISHED sunny
OUO rooms.
90 BIRCH AY E., OFF LARKIN, NEAR CITY
jO Hall— Furnished and unfurnished rooms.
1 Q9Q DUPONT, COR. CHESTNUT— SUNNY
jLO-jO furnished room. <
(-.) ( SEVENTEENTH — LARGE BEDROOM;
U__."i use dining-room, kitchen: $10: gas; bath.
7 I C LARKIN— NICELY FURNISHED ROOM;
* JLO sun all day; running water; gas.
110 EDDY*— LIGHT, NEWLY' FURNISHED
XJLO sunny rooms; $5 up.
-)*)l'*. MCALLISTER OPP. CITY' HALL-SUN*.
—— U ny furnished rms; double; single: ,*lO $12.
197 SEVENTH - FURNISHED ROi'M-: .._
-LO I per week and up; also transient.
a 'HE SHERMAN APARTMENT-HOUSE ; 129
X new sunny rooms: strictly respectable; hal!
price of best hotels with equal accommodations;
very central. 28 Eighth St.. near Market.
A RLINGTON HOUSE, 127 KEARNY— PLEAS-
JzX ant sunny rooms, en suite ami single; first class
in every respect ; terms reasonable.
~(\ I JESSIE, COR. SIXTH — ELEGANTLY
OxJ.X furnished parlor and housekeeping rooms.
"Y'OSEMITE HOUSE. 1045 MARKET, BET.
J- Sixth and Seventh— Single and suites; per
night. 35c to $1 week, $1 50 to $5: families.
BOARDING AXD ROOMS.
VTTCELY FURNISHED SUNNY BOOM'S
-Li with board; also table board. 502 Powell st.,
cor. Sutter. "
THE BEBESFORD, COB. STOCKTON AND
Rush sts.; established 13 years: quiet and select
family hotel; all modern conveniences and luxu-
ries; table highest class: sunny suites $70 to $100
per month; sunny single rooms $35 to $50 per
month; transient $1 50. $2 and $2 50 per day: the
only first-class downtown family hotel. WILLIAM
CHAMBERLIN. Proprietor. __
CHILDREN BOARDED.
QUNNY HOME I 01: i HII_DRj_-*^Al_l7__G-S;
~ $8 to $10 month. 20 Eleventh .st.
STORES TO LET.
O^u5wY^UPP-SR^LOO^-3r^__ND^BTOl-S M OF
— . new building 1006 Hyde st., near California, and
opposite the carhouse of the California-st. R. R.;
all modern improvements; rents very reasonable.
SHAINWALD, BUCKBEE A CO., 220 Montgy.
QTOBE, 220) LEAVENWORTH, BET. TURK
O and FJddv: rent very low. BURNHAM-
MARSH COMPANY, 428 Montgomery.
CORNER STORE- 1 ROOMS: STABLE; $15.
1022 Twenty-fourth St., cor. Vicksburg.
QTORE— PAPERED; BIG WINDOW;
0 good location ; suitable for barber or tailor; $15.
Corner Geary and Jones sts.
1 £.94 CORNER HOWARD A D LA FA
XOm-.'X cite sts.— Fixtures for saloon, all com-
plete; reut $25. Apply to M. CURRAN, 2838 Mis-
sion st. ■-•}■■■
PIANOS. VIOLINS AND SHEET MUSIC.
LABGE UPRIGHT THOROUGHLY GOOD OR
der, splendid tone, $125. Bm. 21, Flood bldg,
TWO UPRIGHTS, GOOD CONDITION; ONS
$65, one $95. Room 10, Flood building.
pHICKERING, FINE " CONDITION, $225;
_ also Weber, splendid tone. Bm. 12, Flood bldg.
SPLENDID NEW ORGAN SACRIFICED;
also second hand, $20. Rm. 13, Flood bldg.
OPLENDID NEW STYLE lI A RDM A N USED
O less than six months; superb tone; elegant case;
for sale this week at a very low price. Room 10,
Flood building.
(jj> 7 - ROSEWOOD UPRIGHT, STOOL AND
<3p I O. cover; 5 installment. 221 Leavenworth st.
ELEGANT UPRIGHT - FOR $100 CASH. 515
Van Ness aye.
Bargains! n NEW AND2D-HAND PIANOS;
Hazelton, Browne": .Simpson, Mozart, etc. ; hard-
times prices; installments. EATON, 735 Market st.
STEINWAY' PIANO, $150; CHICKERING
upright, almost new, $250: dew pianos at bed-
rock prices, ten different makes: square pianos,
$30 upward. BOWERS A SON, 23 and 25 Fifth st.
C .AUTION— DO NOT BUY WHAT IS CLAIMED
) to be a Steinway or Weber Upright Piano from
any person not an established piano dealer without
being first assurred that the piano is what is seems
to be. We have a complete record of all steinway
and Weber pianos sold on the Pacific Coast the
past twenty years. Bring the manufacturers' num-
ber of piano to us and we will give you Its history.
SHERMAN, CLAY' A CO, Pacific Coast represen-
tatives for Steinway and Weber Pianos, corner
Kearny and Sutter sts.
IT" NABE, RUSH" A GERTS AND HAINES
Iv pianos. A. L. BANCROFT A CO., 324 Post st.
\\ AUVAIS, 769 MARKET— SHEET MUSIC */ a
l'l price; Decker A Son pianos.
SACRIFICING LARGE STOCK OF UPRIGHT
pianos of their own make at manufacturers'
prices. Hemme A Long Piano Co., 340 Post st.
BARGAINS; ALL KINDS OF MUSICAL IN-
stray L. I. STANTON A C 0. ,663 Market.
\\' O. BADGER, WITH -REN J. CURTAZ St
>> . SON. 20 O'Farrell St.
BYRoN MAUZY, 308 POST ST.-SOHMER,
Newby A Evans, Briggs an.l other pianos.
BAROAINS-A NUMBER OF ELEGANT Up-
right pianos, to cover storage and advances;
must be sold at once. T. W. SPENCER A CO,
721 Market st. _^
S" - TECK, CHICKERING A sons, viisk AND
Sterling pianos sold on $10 installments. BENJ.
CURTAZ A SON, sole agents. 16-20 O'Faixrtl st.
TEINWAY UPRIGHT: SLIGHTLY USED;
O grand tone; half-cost. SPENCER 721 Market.
UPERIOR VIOLINS, ZITHERS. OLD* NEW.
k> 11. MILLER. maker, repairer. 2 Latham place.
CLAIRVOYANTS.
CQ7 THIRD— BASF.M ENT; EXPERIENCED
OO I clairvoyant; ladies only: fee 25c.
Till. CELEBRATED CLAIRVOYANT, PRO-
FESSOR WALTER, is still in the city hecan be
consulted on business, marriages, divorces and all
family affairs: the future plainly revealed; lovers
united; trouble healed; names of friends and
I enemies, also the one you will marry; truth
guaranteed. Office 303 Jones st., near Eddy; hours
9 a. m., 9 P. M., Sundays 9 to 5.
MME. WALTERS, GREAT CARD READER;
no humbug ; retrnd :25c : gnts 50c. 337 Tehama.
MRS. ANTHONY*. MEDIUM, LIFE READER;
ladies 25c. gents 50c. 248 Third st.
COUNTESS DE LONDON, THE WONDERFUL
medium and clairvoyant. 526 Post st., side en-
trance; ladies only.
ME. SCHMIDT. FROM VIENNA; MOST RE-
nowned; revealing future events: ladies $1,
gentlemen $2, by mall $3. 856 Mission st. ■*• -
M~ ME. PORTER, CARD-RF.ADER — LADIES
lxX 50c, gents $1 ; palmistry and clairvoyant sit-
tings $1 60. 506 O'Farrell St., near Jones.
MRS. J. J. WHITNEY, CLAIRVOYANT, TEST
medium and life-re-.,. 218 Stockton.
ASTROLOGY.; ;^
X STRAL SEER-PROF. HOLMES, 523GEARY
-A St.; horoscopes, questions, stocks, advice.
EDUCATIONAL.
TfERT-CAIT AN DPO I N D 1 1 A NDWRIT I NG
V taught. C. EL-ENSCHIMEL, 235 Kearny.
LILLIAN BEDDARD, THE ENGLISH AC-
tress, coaches ladies and gentlemen for the
dramatic profession ; appearances arranged. Shake-
spearean Academy, 406 Van Ness aye. :
TIEHL'S BUSINESS COLLEGE, HISTORY
k5 bdg, 723 Market; Investigate; special offer.
ENGLISH BRANCHES TAUGHT: YOUNG
li lady teacher. 140 Fulton, nr. Van Ness aye.
QCHOOL ELECTRICAL, CIVIL, MINING, ME-
O chanlcal engineering, surveying, architecture,
assay ; estab. '64. VAN DEB N A I.LKN, 723 Mkt.
HEALD'S BUSINESS COLLEGE. 24 POST;
always in the lead. Send for circulars.
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. "
WTDAVI DSON7 ATTORN__YXAT-LAW,426
xx . California st., rms. 14-15; advice free.
OHN R. AITKEN, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, RS.
16 and 17, 402 Montgomery st., cor. California,

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