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__ HELP WANTKD-Cnnliimcd.
9 MILKERS. ISO; 3 FARMERS, $20^ OFF-
-- bearers and 3 laborers for a brickyard; va-
Cia™st! cc here ' MUHRAY & READY, 634
150 J OK DIFFERENT POSITIONS;
xuu City and country. MURRAY' <fe READY.
r COOKS. $40 AND $00; 2 WAITERS FOR
*J lunch-counters; 2 second cooks, $30 and $35-
Btiop-baker, ?bO and found. MURRAY.t HEADY
tM day s;.
WAXTEB-iIOY ON A RANCH, $10 PER
'» month and found ; must know how to milk;
AjAlil-v £ CO - EMPLOYMENT 'AGENTS,
,v r fA2SS?S st V- n 2? in tt-lephone No. 1849, fur-
ylsh all kinds of reliable male help.
JJABEEU FOR SATURDAY. 260 THIRD ST.'
ARBER FOR SATURDAY AND SUNDAY.
572i3 Howard st.
BBATURDA V, CORNER SEC-
oui and Bryant sts.
BABBEB, FIR «T CLASS, FOB BATUBDAY.
831 Geary st. -
A\ rA^T ED ~ A BARBER AT 465 SIXTH ST.,
» ' Oakland.
11 BEBS, FOB IKMPLOYMENT CALL H.
~* «•«- 11 AMERT, employment [secretary, Barbers'
Association, 12 Seventh st.
G~ OOD DISHWASHER AT 135 FIFTH ST.
1 Call early.
I)PaCKLA~YER, ONE WHO CAN BE HIS
■}-* own laborer; small job. 14 Hayes si., at 1 p.m.
Ft ON PANTS. CO-
lumbian Woolen-mills, 541 Market st.
"Wanted— A no. i coatmaker. SEND
'' prices to Merchant Tailor, Colfax, Cal.
STABLEMAN WHO HAS HAD EXPERI-
O ence doctoring and tak lngcare of horses: steady
job to right man: wages $65; references required.
Address X.. box '26, this office.
Seamen; blacksmiths, engineers
» and carpenters on steam whalers. 103 Mont-
gomery aye.
d m>\ t m a K 1 : B AND GENERAL TAILOR FOR
\J country. REISS BROS., 26 Sntter st.
GOOD COATMAKER. H. E. KENT, 597 MAR-
ket st., upstairs.
BISHWASHER AT 1504 KENTUCKY ST.,
J ' Potrero, Reidy's Hotel.
VoCXG COLORED BOOTBLACK; STEADY.
X 831 Geary st.
\'a N T ED— MEN WHO DO NOT RECEIVE
'» their wages to place accounts with us; law and
commercial collection: no charge unless success-
ful. KNOX COLLECTION AGENCY. 110 Suiter.
MAN WITH $3000 CAPITAL; 20 OX THE
profit for every dollar invested. 1004 Market.
TV," ANTED— YOU i INTELLIGENT AND
' ' sober man (German) to drive baker wagon; one
with;experienee preferred; need not apply unless
you state in your application references and partic-
ulars as to former employment. Address S., box
108, Call Branch.
BOY' WITB SOME EXPERIENCE AND
references to learn blacksmithing; no other
need apply. 828 Harrison :.
ANTED — FIRST-CLASS TEAM MEN OX
'♦ ladies' fine shoes. BEIBE-GLANVILLE CO.,
25 Jessie st.
Mr ANTED— PARTNER IN PAYING SALOON;
'» big bargain; partner preferred to hired help.
A NTs TO SOLICIT FAMILY' WINE
-*-*■ ■•"•« ■■• ; good commission. 259 Fourth st.
V"OTICE— FROM 706 TO 726
— > Howard St., opp. Howard-st. Theater; best
place in city for new and second-hand shors.
TO TAILORS — OOATMAKEBS wanted
Apply from 9 till 11 to CHARLES LYONS
London Tailor. 1212-1218 Market st.
W" ANTED— SEAMEN A NDO D I NARY. AP-
ply 313 Pacific St., bhipping Agency.
\\r ANTED— MEN TO GET bottle sharp
t» ' steam beer, sc; bottle wine, be. 609 Clay st.
"\\r ANTED— STEADY' MAX FOR LIGHT BUSI-
*" ness; $15to.«lHp?r week; must have $100;
experience not required. 783V2 Market st., room 3.
BAKBER-SHOPjrANDji CIGAR-STAND FOR
sale, 8>175, in country. Inquire 325 Grant aye.,"
. S. FUCHS.
STEAD Y4 MAN. WITJf $150, AS PARTNER
O in oflice: wiil clear $75 to each; must be able
to attend to oflice. MILLER, 23 Kearny st.
BARBERS— GOOD 2-CIIaTr 15c - ; .i' '!■ FOB
sale, cheap. DECKELMAX BROS.. 106 Ellis.
MEN'S SOLES M»C; GUARANTEED IFOR
4 months; done 15 minutes. 635 Kearny st.
I_£CTED EMPLOYMENT SEC. BAR-
Xii bers' Protective Union. C. TBOELL, 657 Clay.
/^UTTERS AND T.U LORS TO ATTEND THE
\J San Francisco Cutties School. 222 Post St.,
rooms 21 and '22.
HOES HALF-SOLED IX To" MINUTES:
0 done while you wait : at less than half the usual
price: all repairing don» at ball price. 564 Mission
St., between First st. and Second St.
;X AA PAIRS 6f~GOOD SnOES, 25c TO $1. 564
tJXiU Mission st.; also 631 V 2 Sacramento st.
F. BEER: BEST"! X CITY; 2 SCHOONERS
for 5 ceats at 228 Pacific st.
V. ' AX E THE DEAD — WEXZEL'S ALARM
" > lock; no electricity. 607 Montgomery si.
i^REE COFFEE AND ROLLS, 704 SAXSOME;
single rooms. 15c, 20c, $1 week with breakfast.
LINDELL HOUSE, 6TH AND HOWARD-
XJ single rnrsiahed rooms, 75c week, 16c night.
091 ELLIS 3OSEDALE— REDUCED";
O— X single furnibhed rooms, $1 week; 25c night.
9 GOOD 10c MEALS FOR ONE DIME AT ii
— Fourth st. ; no humbug.
Tftft MEN TO "TAKE LODGING AT 10c, 150
1 \J\J and 20c a night, including coffee and rolls.
624 Washington St., near Kearny.
rpBY ACME HOUSE, 957 MARKET ST- BE-
-1 low Sixti-., fora room; 25c niarht; $1 week.
B! ST IN~c"iTY'— SINGLE ROOMS, 15, 20 AND
JJ 25 cents per night; SI. $1 25, $1 50 per week.
Pacific House, Commercial and LeidesdorS sts.
\\r ANTED— LA BORE AND MECHANICS !
''to know that Ed I'.olkin. Reno House propri-
€tor. has opened Soto House, 82 Fourth st.? 100
rooms: 25c to $1 per night; $1 25 to $4 p«*r week.
"\ir ANTED— SIXGLE ROOMS, 15c A DAY; $1
• ' week; rooms for two, 25c a day. $1 50 a week;
reading room: daily papers. 36 Clay st.
/CHEAPEST AND BEST IN AMERICA— THE
\J WEEKLY' CALL, sent to any address in the
United States or Canada one year for $1 60, post-
' cc free.
BOABDDTG WAK T . __7~
"VirTNiED— a^l^e"For~_nTnfantTo
>> board. 30 Franklin st.
PROPERTY WASTED. ~
re e~^Xt^l^gl;e^avan^t^e!oT~n7ce~iml
proved ranch, near city, for 2 good fiats; rent
!■-■'.; $3000. SPECK'S. 30 Montgomery st.
WANTED- LANEOUS.
: T\?A^CT^D^^T U^Cl^^E~N^"w^P^\?Eß"fN
»» Southern California. B. L. BOURLANX),
Brady, Tex. _^
\\r ANTED— BUSINESS BUGGY, WITH OR
'» without single harness; must be In first-class
condition and a bargain; state price. Address
Boggy, box 36, this office.
HAHN, 308 SIXTH ST.. PAYS HIGHEST
. yrice fur second-hand ladles', cents' clothing.
~~" LOST.
I^NOLISH PUG DOg (FmsTATiic). PLEASE
li return 1033 Bryant St.; reward.
THE MAN WHO TOOK THE VALISE
J- :ro:u the Tibuion Ferry on Febuary 28 will re-
turn the papers to 537 Charter St., Oakland, he will
get reward Of $10 and no questions asked.
T OST— PASSBOOK WITH THE HIBERNIA
J-i Savings and Loan Society of San Francisco in
the name of THOMAS O'NEIL, No. 110,094. The
tinder will please return to bank,
. CLAIRVOYANTS.
rpiiir celebrated clairvoyant7~pro^
X FESSOR WALTER, is still in the city ; he can be.
consulted on business, marriages, divorces and all
family affairs ; the future plainly revealed; lovers
united; trouble healed; names of friends and
enemies, also the one you will marry; truth
sruarauteed. . Office 304 Jones St., near Eddy; hours
9 a. _„ 9 P. _„ Sundays 9 to 5.
M~ ME. DR.THOM AS SCIENTIFIC BALER
by eggs and card*: tells entire life, past,
present, future; consultations on all affairs, nothing
excepted: names given, good advice, sure help;
restores lost love By sympathy: mistake impossible;
fee ?1; letter $2. 30 Keuruy st. .
-\ : M E. RAVINNA.TEST MEDIUM, REVEALS
ill. past, present and future; names given; 25c up.
828b Howard. '
RS. ANTHONY. MEDIUM, LIFE READER;
JSL ladies 25c, gents 60c. 248 Third st.
-\ I ME. MOREAr. BEST MEDIUM. CLAIBVOY-
-31 ant; speaks German, '25< up. 131 Fourth st.
ME. SCHMIDT. FROM VIENNA; MOST RE-
ndwned: revealing future events; ladies $1,
gentlemen $2, by mail $3. S.')6 Mission st.
Time, porter, card-reader— ladies
JVI 60c, gents $1; palmistry and clairvoyant sit-
tings $1 60. 506 O'Parrell St., near Jones.
MK-. J. J. WHITNEY, CLAIRVOYANT, TEST
iM medium and lite-reader. 218 Stockton.
ASTKOLOGY.
" A BTB AL SEER— PROF HOLMES, 52s"gE ARY
J\- st.: horoscopes, questions, stocks, advice.
PAUTNEKSHir NOTICES.
DiaSOLtTTIO? OF ERSHIP — THE
partnership firm existing under the name and
style of B. J. THEVENET _ CO., doing business
us apoihP-.-a.ri»-s _!jci chemists, corner of Washing-
ton and Kearny strep; in this city and county of
San Francisco, Is this day dissolved ■ by mutual
consent, MR, SHELDON POM—BOY having pur-
based the entire interest of E. J. THEVJENET in
the firm. E. J. TH K VEXET,
SHELDON POMEROY.
San Francisco. March '2. 1895.
TO •• KXCHANOK. __„_
FOR BA LI S O_ EXCH ANGI FOR A RANCH,
milk and «-i :.. > bu«in4>as: 65 cans trade, For
particulars npply 1811 Mlsislon st. ' -
Sir ANTED — UNIMPROVED LAND FOR
> » clear lots across the bay. 657 Folsom st.
m b i >- ess CHANCES.
DAMt CHANCE " luR MAN OR Wi'MAN TO
XX, buy established cash business; large profits;
near city: a bargain: owner desiring to leave city.
PROLL „ STENBERG, 873 Market st.
<S»IAE.A MOST POPULAR SALOON OFF
<iP-LVt>y. Market St.; elegant fixtures: private
rooms; big day and night trade: full investigation
allowed. FROLL it STEXBEUG, 873 Market St.
CORKER GBOCEBY AND BAR: NEW STOCK
\J and fixtures: splendid paying business: best lo-
cation; must sell on account of other business.
I PROLL .v STENBERG, 873 Market st.
OLD ESTABLISHED HOTEL: BIG LOON
trade: house rilled with steady boarders: sick-
ness cause of sale: full investigation allowed.
I PROLL _ STENBERG, 873 Market St.
Q'lOfjA ELEGANTLY FITTED UP COB-
♦,/ 1— "vF. ner saloon; rooms upstairs: big day
and night trade; best paying saloon near Market st.
PROLL & STENBERG, 873 Market st. ■
"I Q A BRANCH BAKERY, CONFECTION-
V J-O" • cry .delicacies, notions and variety store ;
elegant place; rent only $12; 3 nice sunny living-
rooms, completely furnished for housekeeping;
splendid business; worth double; must sell; see
and make offer; nicest store in city. GEO. STEW-
ART, 632 Market.
ALOON LUNCH-PLACE; FIXE LOCA-
tion; owner leaving city, DECKER, 1206
Market.
C? OKA CIGAR STORE AND FACTORY;
*s>iJO\J. corner. DECKER, 1206 Market St.
<' ! X A STATIONERY AND CIGAR STORE ;
_SOt)U. DECKER, 1208 Market st.
QBQKn CANDY STORE AND FACTORY' ON
__wu. 31arket st. DECKER, 1206 Market st.
■\pOTIC_— TO BUY OR SELL a BUSINESS OF
_> any kind see STRAND it CO., 19 Sixth st.
COFFEE SALOON-AND BRANCHJBAKERY;
bargain this week". See STRAND _ CO., 19
Sixth st.
Q]]AA PARTNER WANTED IN FIRST-
.. I ivU. class saloon: No. 1 location; best-pay-
ing place in the city. STRAND & CO., 19 Sixth.
MILLINERY-STORE; OLD IS
ipOyJVjyj. tablished; best location In the city: 3
fine furnished rooms: pays well: owner retiring
from business. See STRAND & CO., 19 Sixth.
GJQ AA BAKERY; NO i LOCATION; 3
«4POUU. rooms: cheap rent; Rood paying place;
horse, wagon, etc. See STRAND&CO., 18 Sixth st.
QO'A PARTNER WANTED IN A THRIV-
<*p— O\J, ing cash business; duties light and easily
learned; established several years; remaining
partner a well-known business man and thoroughly
responsible; will clear to each from $50 to $75 per
month: partner preferred to hired help; see to-day.
STRAND _ CO., 19 Sixth st.
FOR SALE— GROCERY-STORE AND BAR;
. splendid opportunity: reasonable offer accept-
ed; full investigation: strand, 19 Sixth st.
Q-~\ P.A GOOD COFFEE SALOON, CHOP-
-L«/U. house; cheap rent; good thing for a. man
and wife; average, ?10to $12. strand, 19 6th st.
(_ IOX BUTCHER-SHOP: NO. 1 LOCATION:
_2______pays well. STRAND & CO., 19 Sixth.
QO7K RESTAURANT AND OYSTER-
C— • O. house; cheap at $500; must soil: ac-
acconnt of sickness. STBA I) it CO., 19 Sixth st.
Q1 v^-r PARTNER WANTED IN GOOD-
Ol— paying butcher shop; experience un-
necessary; Bee to-day. STRAND & CO., 19 Sixth.
>_ XX A SALOON ON MAB X XT ST.; CLEARS
v 7 «).)". $125 month. STRAND tt CO., 19 Sixth.
<_Q7K FBU 11 ST( (BE : HORSE, WAGON;
tIPOItJ. clears *."0 month. STRAND, 19 Sixth.
1- - BRANCH BAKE BY; 4 BOOMS;
0 1 • 'J' rent $14; fine place. STRAND,] 9 Sixth.
VTO. 1 RESTAURANT, BAB MARKET AND
-> Third sts.; bargain. STRAND, 19 Sixth st.
OYSTER AXD CHOP HOUSE; PARVXER
leaving for Europe. STRAND, 19 Sixth st.
fIfcQAA CIGAR-STAND OX" A PBO a I NEXT
'JTOUU. corner; splendid business; big stock;
cheap rent; a bargain. MILLER, 23 Kearny.
CTfOX. BRANCH BAKERY. NOTIONS, ETC:
<3>XA<J. fine living. MILLER, 23 Kearny.
'«_»"> An SALOON ON PROMINENT STREET;
fiP^VXJ. agacriace. MILLER, 23 Kearny st.
©CAA AND COA L BUSINESS; REST
<i?O\->\J. dtnee locality. SPECK'S, 30 Montgom-
ery st.
56 9000 RESTAURANT \\TtH LARGE
O — '".'*-■. oven; near Rnss House: fine trade
(business men); value for money. SPECK'S, 30
Montgomery st.
Ljj 1 X A COFFEE SALOON; WORTH $400;
-;!'"'■ must sell. SPECK'S, 30 Montgomery.
T^INE CIGAB-BTORE F< IB 9800 AN D ONE
J lor $200, good stock and centrally located:
branch bakeries in all parts of the city from $150
to $750. THOS. WOOD cfc CO.. 20V2 Sixth st.
Oft AA HOTEL, XEAR CITY; '2'j BOOMS;
'„ —OKJXJ . bar all complete; large grounds:
ions; lease; make offer. STEERS it CO., 22 !
Kearny.
I^OR SALE— MODE Blf BAKEBY AND COF- j
. tee Saloon; $250 net per mouth; price $4000.
Address box 6, Cull Office, Oakland.
PESTAURAXT OX MARKET ST.; CHEAP
X If taken this month. Call Branch.
ALOOX AND FIXTURES FOR S \ LE CHEAP;
no reasonable oiler refused. 1418 Howard.
"I EWKI.HY - I ORB; ESTABLISHED 5 1 B
O Apply 131 X*o«t st.
? IGAR-STAXI) AND LAUNDRY OFFICE;
K.I good trade: cheap. 80H Kearny st.
IflOR SALE— C HEAP; OLD ESTABLISHED
restaurant; make offer. 626 Sacramento st.
6 A LODGING HOUSES from $250 to $3000
O\f 25 saloons from 200 to 1100
10 icrooery and bars -..from 250 to 1000
10 branch bakeries from 125 to 500
20 restaurants from 125 to 450
s varletaptores from ISO to 350
5 batcher Khopi from 150 to 1200
5 barber shops from 150 to 400
5 cigar stores irinn 125 to 500
BUCHANAN .V CO., 765 Market .-:.
"(Dj 97 C TEAMING BUSINESS: SPLENDID
<J?_i • O. double team and work for two wholesale
houses on Front St., worth from $75 to $100 per
month: owner sick and has to hire teamster, so Is
obliged to sell; team alone worth the money, work
thrown in: the hauling is nice, clean, light; no
early or late work; pay every Saturday nignt: good
substantial income for industrious man. Particu-
lars of J. SULLIVAN, 15b Dore st.
«IAA PARTNER WANTED IX LIGHT
JLUU. business; suited to plain steady man sat-
isfied with to $1S per week: no previous exper-
ience required. BUSINESS EXCHANGE, 783%
Market st.
(J_l C|\ STEADY MAX" AS" PARTNER IN
tJO-L «-/*■/. restaurant; owner good cook. 647 Sac-
ramento st.
IJ ()7) FIXE SALOON O.N THIRD ST.;
•25 I \J\J. billiards and pool; line location, and
large wine cellar. Inquire 129 Third st.
<S_.9X FINE COB. SALOON; 10 FURXISH-
<T)tt— .O. Ed rooms; nice fixtures and furniture:
owner sick, cause of selling. Inquire 129 Third st.
I PARTNER WANTED: LIGHT MaN | • i a I -
i X luring: ready selling staple nrticle: pleasant
I business year around: $65 a month guaranteed;
large itock; cash required $200; investigate at once.
; Wilson House, 829 Stevenson st., off Tenth.
i VTOTICK TO BUYERS AND SELLERS'— THE
•ii real estate firm of Smith, Huber „ Co., 30
Kearny st., removed to 1001 Market SW. cor.
sixth, and have to oiler these bargains:
50 saloons from $200 to $5000
75 restaurants from $75 to $3000
100 lodging-houses from $250 to $10,000 :
Also large list of coffee saloons, bakery, candy,
cigar stores. City and county property 'to sell or
exchange by SMITH, HUBER _ CO., 1001 Market.
I"' >B SALE — A COUNTRY NEWSPAPER;
X dally and weekly; magnificent plant; flno busi-
ness; everything in excellent condition; easy
terms to a responsible man; owner's health cause
for selling. Address Paper, box 10, this office.
TO LET — DESIRABLE LOCATION FOB A
good mercantile business in a country town In
very healthy locality of this State. For particulars
address X., box 61, this oflice.
["OB PRINTING OFFICE FOR SALE: FIX-
•> tnreaasd material In first-class condition; cost
$2600: will sacrifice for cash or city real estate.
SAMPSON, box 145, Call Branch.
< j .•' i \ SALOON; CLEARS $120 A MONTH;
«jp*T«J>». owner desiring to leave city; a bargain.
MJCIIELEY- A: WOOD, 917 Market.
/ «ORNJ£R BRANCH BAKERY AND CIGAR-
\J store; cheap If sold this week; stock and fix-
tuna worth $350 ; good location. 420 Third st.
Qjl A A WASTED-MAX AND WIFE, PART-
'JpXXJyJ. ner chicken ranch; incubators, chick-
ens, ducks; furnished fiat 3 rooms; 10 acres' run.
See owner, 130 Second St., from 10 to B.
BABGAIN— THE WIGWAM COFFEE SALOON
for sale cheap; trade from $12 to $25 a day;
price $250. Al>ply ou the premises, 129 Geary st.
"VAT ANTED — PART STORE BY DRESS-
-11 maker; no family. Address 130 Second st.
V CLIENTS EAST WILL INVEST LARGE
amounts of cash and desirable Eastern prop-
erty in good Western mortgaged lends, city prop-
erly or mines; write full description, price, etc,
and If I think we can deal will arrange interview.
CHARLES G. BARND, attorney, box 2042. San
Francisco, Cal.
t*QB SALE— VALUABLE PATENT MEDI-
JD cine: all rights; well Introduced: good sale.
Address Patent, box 105, Call Branch.
17-IRST-CLASS BAKERY FOR SALE. APPLY
1 Call Branch Offl
TVURST-CLASS STATIONERY' AND CANDY
-T store; complete stock: fine trade; good location;
3 living-rooms. Call 440 Van Ness aye.
PARTNER WANTED— GOOD - PAYING SA-
JL loon. NE. cor. Jackson and Drumm sts.
TjREWEKY— FOR SALE; PART INTEREST
X> In brewery doing good business. Principals only
will please address for particulars D., Y. O. box
2662, Kan Francisco.
IGAB-BTORE AND FACTORY; OLD-ESTAB-
lished and - paying business; in good location.
Inquire at Call Office.
PESTAURANT FOR SALE— ON ACCOUNT OF
J7b the proprietor Rick; make an offer; said res-
taurant has been under same manager for past 12
years. Inquire at Call Branch.
' /-IROCERY AND i BAR WITH 3 LIVING-
'JT rooms. , Call Branch Oflice.
re"at BARGAIN; COFFEE saloon; do
VX big business. MICHELS A WOOD, 917 Market.
}JIOB SALE— CANDY AND ICECREAM. PAR-
J? lors: pood business. 1434 Market st.
pHOTOGB_F_ GALLERY': WELL APPOINT
.1 ed ; centrally located: with about 10,000 nega-
tives: also rooms for family; will soil • for $300.
Address B. ';,. box 109, Call Branch Office.
.p~ESTAURANT AND BRANCH BAKERY;
it (loins good cash trade ; bargain. 110 Eighth. 1
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 1895.
BUSINESS CHAN CES-Continued.
I~7OR SALE^GROCERY AND~BAbT^EST'I7>
' cation in the city; kept by present owner 11
years; good Ion? lease; will be sold cheap account
other important business. Inquire southeast cor-
ner Grove and Buchanan sts.
OR SALE— COUNTRY' BARBER-SHOP AND
1 2 bathrooms; good for $1000 a year clear; will
be sold cheap. Apply to G. H. BLAIR, Dunnigan,
Cal.
f^IIEAP FOR CASH — OLD-ESTABLISHED;
37 cans: private trade; 50 cows, horses, wag-
ons, etc. Address Milkman, 1331 Fulton St., or
call at residence. Nineteenth aye. and X st.
Hi > ME~ RESTAURANT;- GOOD BUSINESS,
for sale or exchange. Apply this office.
IGAB-STOBE; LAUNDRY OFFICE: 3 i
\J rooms in rear; rent cheap; doing good business;
must be sold on account of partner's sickness. 417 |
Hayes st. j
A T A SACRIFICE, IF SOLD IMMEDIATELY, j
2\- old corner grocery and bar. Inquire 317 Fifth. i
'Oi.-jO^. GROCERY AND BAR; RENT $14. \
O--^-<-'> Apply Call Branch Office. j
"INTERIOR AGENCY OF THIS PAPER FOR i
i- sale ; price $3500; term* cash ; clears $200 per
month. Apply this office. j
Vy A -BUSINESS ASSOCIATE: ACTIVE ,
»» profitable employment; with $5000 to $6000.
Address W- J. B. MIDDLETON, 30 Montgomery.
r\ OOD OPPORTUNITY'; PARTNER WANTED ; I
\X business established since 1860; capital re- j
quired from $40,000 to $50,000. Address G. L., I
box 22, this office. |
TTIGIIEST CASH PRICE FOR RESTAURANTS
Jlsnloons, furniture. SCIIOEXFELDT,II2IMkt.
i WEEK'S NEWS FOR 5 CENTS — THE
■£\. WEEKLY CALL, In wrapper, for mailing.
LODGING-HOUSES FOB SALE.
<s^R^o^s7^»N~^TOc^BT7)N^T7rrrrr?rr^2ooo
9-room house; Rood: worth $600 250
20 rooms; corner; what will you give? 1500
12 rooms; new and worth $1000 650
30 rooms; best corner in the city 2000
90 rooms; clearing $30p 5500
H. C. DECKER, 1206 Market st.
T ING-HOUSE; 12 ROOMS: ALL SUNNY;
JU nice garden front and rear. 210 Hyde st.
QA ROOMS; NEAR BALDWIN; CLEARS
Ovsloo;price $800. SPECK'S, 30 Montgomery st.
HOS. WOOD _ CO., REAL ESTATE AND
J- business brokers. '20% Sixth— Good lodging-
house; centrally located; 11 rooms; well fur-
nished; $1100.
FURNITURE FOB SALE.
olTl^Aini-^TaVL^^
5 rooms; all conveniences; low rent; party j
leaves town. 801 Harrison st.
T7IURNITURE OF VroOMS. CHEAP; PLACE
-T to rent; reasonable. 1735 Mission st.
BEDROI SETS, $11: OAK CHAIRS, $1;
carpets, 4.V. .sill REX, 1310-1312 Stockton.
CDT PRICES IN FURNITURE AND CARPETS
\J this week at McCABE'S, 948-950 Mission st.
R~~ EDUCTIONS ON LARGE STOCK, NEW AND j
X\ second hand; 400 carpets, good as new; oil-
cloth, 25c; parlor suits, $19 up; linoleum, 45c; i
7-piece chamber suits, $14 60; cornice-poles, 25c; j
ranges, $6; cash or installments; goods shipped
free. T. 11. NELSON, 126 Fourth at.
FURNITURE WANTED.
TTUJRNrTURE^ COUNTERS, SHOWCASES^
JC restaurants bought.sold. ANDERSON, II2I
WILLIAM BUTTERFIELD, AUCTIONEER;
'» buys, sells and rects furnished houses. Office
opposite Palace Hotel, 2d floor Crocker building.
A LARGE QUANTITY SECOND-HAND FUR-
__ niture wanted ; 20 per cent paid more than else-
where. M ALONE, 110 Fourth St.; new store.
CAKPETS.
C"~^rp_TS~,~4IicTLTNOLE!J m7~4OcT BE DROOM
\J set. $11. SHIREK. 1310-1312 Stockton St.
"^" WJ — *™ **~****— — °*~*^"'*— *—
CAKPET CLEANING.
CITY S"r_Asl CARPET-BEA T_?G AND
Renovating Works, 38 and 40 Eighth st. G. R. ]
STEVENS, manager. Telephone No., south 250. j
CAR PET B THOROUGH CLEANED AND j
\J renovated same as new. S. FERGUSON _ j
CO., 23 Tenth si. Telephone number, south 36.
WHEN YOU BECOME DISGUSTED WITH
» * poor work send to SPAULDING'S Pionesr Car-
pet Beating Works, 353-7 Tehama; tei. So-40.
pOXKLIN'S CARPET BEATING WORKS. 333
\J Golden Gate aye.; telephone east 126.
/CARPETS WELL CLEANED. BARBER'S, 236
\J 14th, nr. Mission; (el. (Mission) 100.
THE .7." E. MITCHELL CABPET-< LEAN INC
X Co. (jncorp.); old established carpet cleaning
machines; cleaning 3c yard. 230 14th, lei. 6074.
MCQUEEN'S CARPET BEATING AND REN-
. ovating works. -I."':: Stevenson: lei. 3223.
j PIANOS, VIOLINS AND SHEET MUSIC.
RE YOU LOOKING FOR A HIGH-GRADK
piano slightly used? We can positively suit
you both in the instrument and the price. B. CUR-
TAZ _ SON, 16 to 20 O'Farrell st. __
O YOU WANT AN ELEGANT SELF-PLAY-
ing organ with 15 rolls of music? A splendid
bargain for a'cash customer. BEX. CURTaZ _
SON, 16 to 20 O'Farrell st.
UPRIGHT PI ANO CHEAP. APPLY 2703y 2
' Folsom, near Twenty-third.
1~ w elegant uprights, standard
J makes, almost new, half original cost: see at ■
once. F. W. SPENCER & CO., 721 Market st.
BA RG A INS IX XEW AND2D-HAND PIANOS;
Hazeltou, Brown & Simpson. Mozart, etc. ; bard-
times prices; installments. EATON, 735 Market St.
"j ABGE UPRIGHT, THOROUGHLY GOOD 08-
-i der, splendid tone, f 188. Rm. 21, Flood bldg,
rpWO UPRIGHTS, GOOD CONDITION; ONE
.1- $65, one $95. Room 10, Flood building.
C BICKERING, FINE CONDITION, $225;
V_ also Weber, splendid tone. Rm. 12, Flood bldg.
SPLENDID NEW ORGAN SACRIFICED";
also second band, $20. P.m. 13, Flood bid?.
PLENDID NEW STYLE HARDMAN USED
less than six months; superb tone; elegant case;
for sale this week at a very low price. Room 10,
Flood building.
Cj7k ROSEWOOD UPRIGHT, STOOL AND
*4i) • O. cover; 5 installment. 221 Leavenworth st.
A STEINWAY PIANO, $150"; CHICKERING
J\- upright, almo.it new, $250 ; new pianos at bed-
rock prices, ten different makes; square pianos,
$30 upward. BOWERS 4 SON, 23 and 25 Filth st.
AUTIOX— NOT BUY WHAT IS CLAIMED
\J 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 Bteinway
and Weber pianos sold on th« Pacific Coast the
past twenty years. Bring the manufacturers' num-
i ber of piano to us and we will give yon its history.
| SHERMAN, CLAY _ CO, Pacific Coast represen-
I tatives for Steinway and Weber Pianos, corner
j Keerny and Sutter sts.
XN X Be7~BU Slf <fc. GERTS AXD HAINES
pianos. A. L. BANCROFT & CO., 324 Post st.
M" AUVAIs, 769 MARKET-SHEET MUSIC l/ 2
price; Decker di Son pianos.
QACRIFICIXG LARGE STOCK OF UPRIGHT
kj pianos of their own make at manufacturers 1
prices. Hemme it Long Piano Co., 310 Post st.
DABGAINS; ALL KINDS OF MUSICAL IN-
JL> struments. L. I. ST ANTON & CO., 663 Market.
Wg. BADGER, 'WITH benjTTjubtaz" _
»V . SON, 20 O'Farrell st.
"OYRON MAUZY, 308 POST ST.— SOHMER,
Jl> Newby & Evans, Briggs and other pianos.
TECK, CHICKS RING & SOXS, VOSE "AND
Sterling pianos sold on $10 installments. BEX.I.
CURTAZ _ SOX, sole agents. 16-20 O'Farrell st.
"QTEINWAY UPRIGHT; SLIGHTLY USED;
O grand tone; half-cost. SPENCER, 721 Market.
SUPERIOR VIOLINS, ZITHERS, OLD & NEW.
O 11. MULLER. maker, repairer. 2 Latham place.
A WEEK'S NEWS FOR 5 CENTS-THE
A WEEKLY CALL, in FOR 5 CENTS— THE
WEEKLY CALL, in wrapper, for mailing.
HORSES. ~
QADDLE^ioTSE^i^I^AT^E^S^RONUX??
O built; single-footer; it beauty; dark chestnut,
I with heavy silver mane and tail; used to city and
I will go in harness; price $150. Call at 347 Fremont,
in the rear, between 9 and 10 a. m.
: EJ OB6EB PASTURED; 32 A MONTH; SEND
-l]Ljor circular. F. A. HYDE, 630 CommercitfTst,
"I AA SETS SECOND-HAND HARNESS; ALL
X\J\J kinds; second-hand wagons, buggy, carts;
also 20 cheap horses. Fifteenth and Valencia tits.
WAGONS AND CAKItIAGES.
Q ECON D-HAN^PH A ETON^AND* DELIVERY'
O wagon; cheap, 924 Bryant st.
?7G~LA. Fes CUNNINGHAM LANDAU HACK
U and team, $300. 421 Eighth aye.
2 NEW CARTS; 4-SPRING WAGON; MILK
■£ wagon ; must sell at once. 829 Howard st.
"YTEW EXPRESS-WAGON, 2D-HAND DELIV-
■i-l cry, bus; buggies cheap. 100 Golden Gate aye.
FINE BAKERY AND LAUNDRY WAGONS,
rockaway, buggies; also hack. 823 Harrison.
FOB MlBC___ AN BOUS.
lilOß SALE— NEW AND COMPLETE SET OF
JU Encyclopedia Britannica; best published. Ad-
dress E. 8., box 131, Call Branch Office.
STAMPS— a FINE COLLECTION OF ABOUT
3000 varieties, including a full set Columbians,
unused. Address Stamp, box 132, Call Branch.
}" JIOB SALE— YOST TYPEWRITER IN FIRST-
-1 class condition: only used 18 months; price
$55. 402 Montgomery .it., room 18.
Q INGLE TRUCK FOR SALE; $50. 711 FRONT
► ' street. ■ . .
BABG AI N —GOOD fNEUMATIC SAFETY
for*2s. 326 McAllister St.
pHEAP— 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.
/WriLSHr.RFj SAFE, LETTER- PRESS, SCALE,
»» coffee-mill and money-till; cheap. 102 Clay »t.
f\ OUN T 1. R-. SHELVING, SHOWCASES
\J bought- and gold. 112H/j Market, bet. 7th and Bth j
\-i:v; RANGES CHEAPER b THAN SECOND- I
-> hand. V.VS. BAY Mfy Co., 13 California st.
ON E~ SMALL MEDIUM AND LARGE-SIZE
tire and burglar proof safe. 221-223 Market at. I
CITY KEAL ESTATE.
•tvastonT^ldridge & cc%
REAL ESTATE A a G I HOUS E BROKEBS
638 MARKET STREET.
IMPROVED.
$10,250— 15 th St., nr. Market: 4 nearly new flats
of 6 and 5 rooms and bath; lot 45x115; well
rented and always occupied; must be sold.
$4500— First-class cottage; Waller St., near De-
visadero; 7 rooms and bath; lot 25x137:6; fine
view.
$1750— Cheap cottage; cor. of Juno st. and Lower
erraee, near 17th and Castro sts.; contains 4
i rooms; barn; lot 32x100.
$2800— Cottage; Holly Park; a few steps from
j Mission-st. electric cars; contains 5 rooms and
: bata; lot 50x100.
$2050— Post St.. near. Baker: cottage of 4 rooms;
1 lot 27:6 by 137:6; street paved with, bituminous
! rock and accepted by tho city.
$1750— Cottage: Florida st., near 81st; 4 rooms
and bath ; lot 26x100 ; very cheap. •• i.
Vicksburg St., near 22d; cottage Of 5
rooms and bath ; lot 22:6x125; a short walk from
new electric line on 24th st.
UNIMPROVED.
$1030— N. side of Elizabeth st., near Douglas; lot
25x114. ? :""___v; :
$100 each— Two lots in Park Lane Tract, close to
17th and Douglass sts. ; worth 500 each.
$1250— fora speculation; Richmond cor-
ner; 60x185; line view.
• $75 each— Four lots in City Land Association;
chance to make a quick turn.
$1800— Lot; Noe St.; near 18th; 25x105; one
block from Castro-st. cable-cars and a few steps
from 18th-st. electric-cars. ,
$1000— Golden Gate aye., near Willard St.; lot
25x100; a short walk from cable-cars; street
graded and macadamized.
EASTON, ELDRIDGE & CO.,
__^ 638 Market st.
ARINK-VIEW RESIDENCES— ONLY $2000
1_ cash; balance easy payments; price $7250
each; new residences, now being finished; 9 rooms,
bath, basement and attic; bath, lavatory and
vestibule tiled; fine mantels; sun all day; unob-
structed marine view; Buchanan street, west side,
I nearVallejo; houses well built; must be seen to
be appreciated. THOMAS MAGEE _ SONS, 4
Montgomery st.
AN UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY; $200 CASH
iV and balance in monthly payments of 50, in-
cluding interest at 6 per cent, will secure a lovely
home on the best portion of Castro St.; house con-
tains 7 rooms and bath, attic and basement; all
modern improvements; lot 25x105; the owner Is a
non-resident and jives these terms to make a quick
sale : price $4500. Apply to BALDWIN _ HAM-
MOND, 10 Montgomery st.
"(P» O A. > BARGAIN— BUSH, NEAR MASON,
<3?O«JU ( '. north side; 20 rooms. For particu-
lars see E. W. SKELTON, 410 Montgomery st.
BARGAIN— FINE 2-STORY HOUSE 7 ROOMS
and bath; must be sold before April 1, as the
owner (a lady) is going- to leave city. Apply
PETER LASSEN _ CO.. 1009^ Valencia st.
TOKjl NEW COTTAGE OF 4 ROOMS AND
I— <:)' '• bath: brick foundation: high basement:
lot 25x100. 258 Richland aye., Holly Park.
FOR TENEMENT HOUSE 18 ROOMS
and lot; rents $38 per mouth; mortgage $1800
at 7 per cent; owner compelled to sell, must sell;
real value over $3000; lot 25x80; good location;
make an offer. Address P. R., 34 Kissling st.
J \'i YOU WANT A SUMMER HOME?
See those beautiful lots at Alto, Marin County;
only 40 minutes from city: price $150; easy terms.
JOOST _ WOOLLEY, 4 New Montgomery st.
C-] 7AA HOUSE, 5 BOOMS: BARN, ETC.,
«pl I \)\J. in Berkeley; lot 100x100. with creek.
$5250— House, 7 rooms; line corner; 120x135,
with orchard, rr- .
$1000— Mne corner; 40x100; macadamized; sloo
down, $100 yearly.
CHAS. A. BAILEY, 48 Market St., or Berkeley
Station, Berkeley.
QUICK SALE OF LOTS; 1 OR 6 NORTH OF
the park, nr. StrawDerry mil and the lake, to
; dc sold this- week; cash or time. Room 12, Flood
! building. ___^
COUNTRY REAL ESTATE.
1?OR SALE— A GOOD STOCK FARM OP 240
. acres, fenced; 2 good houses: abundance of
water, variety of fruit, some timber: or will ex-
change for Income city property not exceeding $5000
i or $6000 in value. Apply X., box 10, this office.
rr 11 AND 20 ACRE PIECES— AI FOR CHICK-
t en ranches; on 8 and 10 years' credit ; $25,
$30. $70 and 100 per acre; within 1 mile of town.
D. H. TWING, Sonoma City, Cal.
fIOA PER YEAR — TO. LET — 4-ACRE
(jpltiU chicken ranch ; uew 1-story, hard-finished
4- room house; barn; 5 chicken-houses: close to
town. Apply to GEO. C. YOUNG, Petaluma.
JT. PETE MILLS BUILDING, OFFERS
. in Sonoma County three of the finest tracts of
fruit land in the State in subdivisions; on line of
railroad; terms easy; send for maps.
Fi 1 K A Li : OR TRADE: A GHEATBARGAIN;
160-acre improved ranch near Los Angeles; for
sale cheap, or will trade for San Francisco, Ala-
m»dß, Oakland or Los Angeles real estate. MOR-
RIS & MERSHON, 630 Market st., op. Pal. Hotel.
SANTA CLARA VALLEY LANDS— WE HAVE
O a large and well selected list of choice lands and
orchard homes In Santa Clara County. Our teams
are ready at all times to show our properties. W.
G. GRIFFITH, 17 North First st., San Jose, Cal.
MA KIN COUNTY— SOOO ACRES 26 MILES
from San Francisco.
RANCHO DE NOVATO.
Tracts of any size desired; fruit, grain and vege-
| table land: no irrigation;! both rail and water
transportation; $40 to $75 per acre; easy terms,
town of Nova to; graded school, hotels and stores
on the property; send for circular.
Dairy for sala with or without tows.
SYNDICATE INVESTMENT COMPANY", 64
! and 65, Chronicle building.
DWIX K. ALSIP _ CO., '
-TJ REAL ESTATE DEALERS,
Sacramento and San Francisco.
COUNTRY LANDS A SPECIALTY.
Belmont lots for sale. The cheapest lots for the
location, between San Francisco and San Jose;
prices ranging from $150 per lot upward; each lot
: 40x100; terms, $10 down and $10pcr month; 10
per cent off for cash.
EDWIN K. ALSIP _ CO.,
9 Rotunda, Mills building, San Francisco.
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MEDICAL.
MM DIC A L CLAIRVOYANT": DIAGNOSIS
J-VL consultation free; lady physician specialist
and tapeworms; hrs. 2 to 9 p.m. 803 Golden Gate.
A" SURE, SAFE AND SPEEDY CURE FOR
all female diseases; ladies may have tho
I benefit of thu skill and attention of a physician of
• long and successful practice. A home in confine-
ment, with best care, with the privacy of a borne >
j and conveniences of a hospital. Those who are sick i
i or discouraged should call on the doctor and state
their case: they will find in her a true friend. All
consultation free. A positive cure for the liquor,
morphine and tobacco habit. Every case guar-
anteed without injury to health. MRS. DR.
QWYEK, 31 j Va Hyde St., bet. Ellis and Eddy.
A~LL IRREGULARITIES RESTORED AT
-i"V once; cCery . case guaranteed; Cancers and
Tumors expelled .by Medical Electricity: refined
home daring confinement, with every comfort and
privacy; regular physician or long and successful
practice ; travelers treated without delay; French
pills guaranteed ; safe and sure relief at any time;
consultation free, confidential. MBS. DR. WYETH,
Sanitarium, 916 Post St., bet. Hyde and Lurkin.
DR. HALL, iTMcALLISTER, BECONDFLOOB,
next Hibernlaßank; diseases of women. .*
DAUB I"! APHRO TABLETS— THE GREAT
modern remedy for the cure 01 neurasthenia,
; impotency and nil disorders of the sexual organs;
$1 a box, 0 boxes $5; tend for circular, J. 11.
WIDBEB, cor. Market and Third, sole agent.
I F irregular or ANY FEMALE disease
JL see Mis. Dr. Poets and be content. 254^ 4th.
BTV ATE HOME IN CONFINEMENT. MRS.
X M. E. ROGERS, 929 Howard st.
ALL LADIES CONSULT MRS. DR. SCCTT,
HO: 2 Turk St.: only qualified trusty specialist
'■ for sure, quick relief of irregularities; no matter
whnt cause; painless method never fails; home
in confinement; babies adopted: also treats dis-
ease of the eye successfully.
A LL LADIES, NEAR OH FAR, SAFE, QUICK
JA. cure guaranteed of any disease or irregularity;
sure relief, though others fail; home, etc. ; travel-
ers treated; low'ftes; self-cure; send, call or write;
strict confidence; physicians of wide experience;
I assistant. MRS. DR. DAVIES, 14 McAllister St.,
i next Hibernia Bank. French F. pills, $3; safe-
! guard, $5. Send stamp for answer. /
AX ZW PROCESS— NO MEDICINE. INSTRU-
ments or worthless pills used; every woman
her own physician for all femal* troubles; no mat-
ter from what cause: restores always in one day:
can be sent and used at home; all cases guaran-
toad. DR. POPPER, 318 Kearny st. « uarall
Drs. UOODWLN, speci.w7Fy~dTseases OF
women; ladies near or far assured quick relief
of rilse&se; irregularities, restored daily; safe cure
pruarauted; no instruments; home for patients;
nest medical attendance; low fees: free; Drs. Scud-
der's pills and capsules warranted. 1370 Market st.
MBS. DRTWEGXER, 419 EDDY ST.-IRREG-
ularities cured in one day; no instruments;
pill* and safety capsules guaranteed ; travelers at-
tended; do delay; private home for ladies.
ALPEAU"S FRENCH PTf<LB. ~~ ~~
A boon to ladies troubled with Irregularities;
no danger; ,s*se and sure; . $2 50, express C. O. D.;
don't delay until too late. O3GOOD BROS., Oak-
land, Cal.,* agents for Alpeau et Cie. -
I [\R. AND MRS. DR. SCHMIDT, FORMERLY
I±J of 1211 Mission, now 1508 Market st.; month-
y irregularities cured :lu a few hours; guaranteed;
no instruments used; sure preventive.'
ATTORNEYS- ~~~
A"" Dvic^FßEE^iwaci "l a w^XSpecJial^
x\. ty ; collections, damages, wills, deeds, etc. G. W.
id > WE, Att'y-at-law, 850 Market St., cor. Stockton.
\\r '.v. 5i \" 1 1 Sob atti 'Kxkyat-1aw,420
»» . California st., rms. 14-15; advice free.
JOHN R. aitken, attorney- at-law, us]
v 16 and IT, 402 Montgomery si., cor. California.
OAKLAND KEJL ESTATE.
EW HOUSE; 8 ROOMS; SUNNY; FRUIT-
i-i vale; $3000; $200 down; $25 monthly.
New 7-room house; Golden Gate; *2500; $100
down; $20 monthly.
4 lots in Mission, San Francisco; $2400, or will
exchange for improved property in San Francisco
or Oakland. Address K. C. GILBERT, 1118
Broadway, Oakland.
¥00X0 flkROO;.! BERKELEY HOME;
«PO_tJU. just building; 2 blocks enst Dwlght-
way station; north side Blake st.; easy payment;
fine bay view. C. P. KERN & CO., 002 Broadway,
Oakland.
CjQAnA FINE LARGE CORNER LOT IN
tJPOVVA/. Alameda; short walk to Morton-st.
station; 180 feet on Clinton aye., 390 feet on Sher-
man aye; this is a good investment and must be
sold. Apply t W. W. BLOW, 1010 Broadway,
Oakland. •
A(\f\ ACRES; YOLO COUNTY; $1600; CAPAY
Ttyvf Valley: 1% miles from railroad; produces
fruits 15 days earlier than Varuville: 2 springs
and creek; 150 acres ready to plow; $400 due the
State at 7 per cent: $400 cash; can run ten years:
$SOO will taks trade in lots. C. K. KING, 902
Broadway, Oakland.
"<J&QI Aff~ MODERN COTTAGE: 5 ROOMS
<3DO_vV/. and bath; lot 30x100; stable and
well; 3 blocks from Broadway; worth $4250. F.
C. WATSON, 463 Ninth at.
ANT AN OFFER FOR A HOUSE ON
Grove st.; good location. Address E. E.
BUNCE, 1008 Broadway, Oakland.
OR RENT— A RARE CHANCE: RESIDENCE
of 12 rooms and bath; very large grounds and
orchard; lots of flowers: outside of town. Apply
to owners, A. J. SNYDER & CO. _
JR. CAPELL, ONE OF THE OLDEST REAL
• estate dealers in Oakland, has again opened an
office at 478 Tenth St., Oakland.
ia»97-(» MODERN COTTAGE; 5 ROOMS
«J> _ I «JU . and bath and high basement; lot 25x
129; five minutes from Fourteenth and Broadway;
In fine neighborhood; small cash payment;
balance $25 per month, Including interest. WIL-
LIAM J. DING ICE, 460-402 Eighth St., Oakland.
LOOK! $150— LOTS IN FRUITVALE ONLY
JU $1 cash and $1 a week; buy a home and save
your small earnings: the new railroad will double
values in Oakland. H. B. PINNEY, 902 Broad-
way, Oakland. ••
_19AA HOUSE, 5 ROOMS, IN BERKELEY;
«s>__Ul/. lot 40x100; one-third cash.
$400— Lot 40x100: $50 down, $10 monthly; near
proposed railroad.
CHAS. A. BAILEY, Berkeley station, Berkeley.
ffi> I KAA LOT 150x300, FRONTING ON TWO
«JP • *J\)\J. streets; house of 8 rooms: barn, well
and fruit trees; one block to a main thoroughfare
and electric cars; cash loan of $1000 on this prop-
erty; must be sold, as owner is going away. H. M.
CAMERON, 479 Ninth St., Oakland.
¥i"brn CASH— S ROOMS ;and BATH: a
O-LDUU bargain; 25x100; close to local. WM.
I. TODD. 1008 Broadway. Oakland.
OAKLAND FURNITURE I'OK SALE.
? iiXITU RE AND CARPETSAT YOUR OWN
' price. H. SCHELLHAAS. 408 Eleventh St.
ALAM.EDA REAL ESTATE.
pO^NE^t2)T^36^slcn77^6oo7^Ns7D^^O^
\J same size, $525. J. H. YOUNG, 1243 Park St.,
Alameda.
fI£QAA ALAMEDA BUILDING-LOTS; $25
ts)i)\j\J. cash; $10 monthly; 2 blocks to rail-
road station; if you want bargnins see us quick.
MACDOXALD, MOTT _ CO., 1422 Park St., Ala-
in eda.
A LAMEDA — BARGAINS; BEAUTIFUL
-TV homes for sale and to rent, furnished or unfur-
nished; free teams at office, 1355 Park st.. Sundays
and all limes to examine property. WILL BURN-
HAM & CO., 1355 Park St.; branch office, BURN-
II AM & MARSH CO., 428 Montgomery st.
1" pOB SALE— LOT 150x207, WITH IMP ROVE-
-1 ments, consisting of house, barn and large con-
servatory; adjoins lot on which new City Hall is
now being constructed; has great prospective
value. CHAS. S. NEAL, Enclnal Bank, Park st.
BERKELEY REAL ESTATE.
B"~ERKELEY— VINE ST., NEAR OXFORD":
new 10-room cottage cheap to close estate;
near university and station. Apply WM. JONES,
24 Sacramento.
"I Q MONTHLY— NEW 6-ROOM COTTAGE,
«jM-O with mantel, bath, laundry, pantry; fenced:
sewered; lot 40x100: $1800. F. BOEGLE, 630
Market St.: W. C. MORAN, Lorln.
ALAMEDA ROOMS AND HOUSES.
HOUSE 7 ROOMS— BATH; fl«. .1588 SB V-
enth, near Railroad avenue (hardware store!.
DENTISTS.
D"~Tl. <!. BLAKE'S INi?F^T^UCTIBLE
teeth— LATEST INVENTlON— Especially for
bridge work; positively guaranteed never to break;
any patient once seeing them will admit this is the
tooth most wanted; also DR. BLAKE'S enameled
platinum crowns: no display of gold.
THE HIGHEST ART IN DENTISTRY.
Prices moderate. Office 405 Sutter, nr. Stockton.
AX TOOTH FILLED OB " EXTRACTS D
painlessly by ray secret method without dan-
gerous cocaine or gas; won 8 first prizes; prices rea-
sonable; work warranted; all operations expertly
done ; remember I have removed from 6 to 20
O'Farrell at. DR. GEORGE W. LEEK-
BEAUTIFUL ALUMINUM-LINED SET OF
artificial teeth, $10, former price $30; for a
short time only. DR. W. P. COOL. 22 Kenrny st.
P.OOME DENTAL ASSOCIATION, 759 MAR-
ket, bet. 3d and 4tn, gas specialists: only reli-
able agent for paimess extraction: artificial teeth
frmst>: fillings fromsi; extracting 50c, with gas SI.
DEL RE A, 9 SIXTH st.: ALL DENTAL WORK
at lowest prices ana warranted; open evenings
G»7 A SET FOR TEETH: WARRAXTED AS
«Jp I good as can be made: filling $1. DR. SIMMS,
dentist, 830 Market St., next Baldwin Theater.
A LI, WORK REASONABLE AND WARRANT-
-L cd. DR. J. W. KEY, 1122 Market St.
D~ R. H. G. YOUNG. BRIDGES AND TEETH
without plates a specialty. 1841 Polk st.
DM. LUDLUM HILL, 1443 MARKET ST.,
near Eleventh ; no charge for extracting when
plates are made; old plates made over like new;
teeth from $8 per set; extracting 50c; gas given.
COLTON DENTAL ASSOCIATION. 806 MAR-
U ket st. DR. CHARLES W. DECKER.
MONEY TO LOAN.
"I ST AND 2D MORTGAGES, ESTATES^
I .pianos, alimony MURPHY, Market
1"] ST, 2D OB CHATTEL MORTGAGE, PIANOS,
X estates, insurance, etc. SPECK'S, 30 Montgy.
8~ TTO 11 PER CENT OFFERED ON GOOD
•4 rirstmortgage security in prosperous farm-
ing county. (.'HAS. 1.. NAYLOR, 19 Montgomery.
MONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGE OR CO L-
IV- laterals. JAS. E. DAMON, 303 Montgomery.
MI'XICI PA [» LOAN OFFICE, CROCKER
buildinft, room 57; telephone Main 5122.
6" % MONEY ON REAL-ESTATE SECURITY!
. SHADBOURNE JR. & CO., 313 Montgy st.
NY SUM OF' MONEY ADVANCED ON
your furniture, pianos or real estate; low rates;
call and state your proposition or write: open
evening?. J. NOONAN, 1021 Mission st. _
ON any" SECURITY; aI lowbateb-.deaC
Ing confidential. 43 Crocker building.
Mi > X V UUNEDONJEWELRY ANDOTHER
HI valuables at the Security Loan Bunk, 1106
Market »'.., nr. Mnsoi): private entrance 7 Turk.
STORAGE. /~
QTORAGE OF FURNITURE, PIANOS, HOUSI£
O hold goods, etc. J. M. PIERCE, 735 Market st.
IpiRST-CLASS STORAGE: ADVANCES MADE
-F 421-423 Market St. CHAS. 1.. TAYLOR
LEGAL NOTICES.
OECETVEB'S SALE OF PKKsoXAL PROP-
XV erty at public auction— Xotice is hereby given !
that by virtue of an order of sale made and issued
out of the Superior Court of Santa Clara County,
Cal.. on the Ist day of March, 1895, in the matter
of the insolvency of JSADORE LABELL, an in-
solvent debtor, now pending in said court, the un-
dersigned, the receiver appointed in said insol-
vency proceedings, hereby offers for sale at public
auction all of the property hereinafter mentioned
belonging to the estate of said insolvent, now in
said receiver's possession, in store at th» northwest
comer of Second and San Fernando sts., in the city
of San Jose. .Said property consists of a full line
of dress goods, dry goods, men's and boys' furnish-
ing goods, men's and boys' hats, shoes and store
fixtures, amounting to as per inventory, $13,-
-275 20.
The above-mentioned property may be inspected
any time during business hours and up to the hour
of sale by applying at the Sheriff's office of Santa
Clara County.
Said sale will take place on the premises at the
NW. corner of Second and San Fernando streets, In j
the city of San Jose, in said county and State, on
Saturday, the leth day of March; 1895, at 11
o'clock a. m. of that day.
Said property will be sold as a whole or in three '
separate parcels, as the receiver may deem most
expedient and for the best Interests of the creditors
of said estate.
J. H. LYNDON, Receiver of the Estate of ISA-
DORK LABELL, an Insolvent debtor.
JOHN E. RICHARDS and JOHN G. JURY, At-
torneys for receiver. ;
Dated San Jose this 2d day of March, 1895.
pITY AND COUNTY TREASURY, SAN FHAN-
\J cisco, March 1, 1895.— 1n compliance with the
provisions of Section 5 of Order. 1598 of the Board
of Supervisors, approved September 16, 1880, there
will be sold M public auction by E. S. SPEAR _
CO. at their salesrooms, 31-33 Batter street, on
MONDAY, April 1, 1895, at 1 o'clock p. m., sundry
articles of stolen, lost and unclaimed property
recovered by the police force of San Francisco as
. detailed in an inventory thereof on file in the office,
of the clerk of the Board of Supervisors, and con-
sisting of jewelry, wearing apparel, pistols, knives,
etc. Open for inspection on morning of sale.
.1 H. WIDBER.
City and County Treasurer.
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KPyCATIONAX. •
V taught. C. BIBBNBCHIMEL, 235 Kearuy.
i T ILLIAN BEDDARD, .THE ENGLISH AC-
JIJ tress, coaches ladies and gentlemen for., the
dramatic profession ; appearances arranged. Shake-
spearean Academy, 406 Van Ness uve. :
TIEHL'S BUSINESS COLLEGE, HISTORY
bdg, 723 Market; investigate; special oiler.
: NOUS] I BRANCHES TAUGHT: YOUNG
-Hi lady teacher. 140 Fulton, nr. Van Ness aye.
QCHOOL ELECTRICAL, CIVIL, MINING, ME-
O chanieal' engineering, surveying,' architecture,
assay; estab. '64. VAN DEB XAILLEN.723Mkt.
TTEALD'S BUSINESS COLLEGE. 24. POST;
i— always in the lead. Send for circulars. ,
HOUSES TO LET. ___„
THAT VERY SUNNY 10-BOOM HOUSK, 7 I
i- Van Ness aye.. cor. Oak. Apply to C. S. CAPP
* CO., House Brokers and Real Estate Agents, 413
Montgomery st.
MISSION, BET. EIGHTH AND NINTH (NO.
1225); 2 stories; 7 rooms and bath; $30. Ap-
ply to C. S. CAPP <fc CO., Real Estate Agents and
House Broker.*, 413 Montgomery st.
St~\A FIIAME HOUSE: 3 STORIES AND
JLr±r. basement; 4 rooms: 8 Selina place, north
side California St., below Stockton: water free;
quiet neighborhood : key at office. Apply to G. H.
BUCKINGHAM, 413 Montgomery at.
HOUSE : ROOMS AND BATH; LARGE STA-
ble. 1233 Twenty-fifth st.
ffl» Q HOUSE OF 3 ROOMS ON ROSE AYE.,
<PO» a block from Market st. 121 Page at. -
OO X FULTON— TENEMENT oV 3 ROOMS;
ICE HOUSE; 7 ROOMS AND BATH; RENT
-Li cheap. 17 Caroline, off Kolgom, near Sixth.
TO LKT— HOUSE 8 ROOMS, BATH: AVATER
* free; $20. 1804 Stevenson, apply cor. grocery.
OUSES, FLATS, STORES, OFFICES, ALL
kinds of property to rent: furniture insured.
BALDWIN & HAMMOND, 10 Montgomery st.
4 TENEMENTS, 3 AND 4 ROOMS EACH;
yt rent $9. SIP. $11. 812 Jessie St.. near Ninth.
FURNISHED HOUSES.
XT-EGA FURNISHED RESIDENCE ;
JJ beautiful garden; stable; Pacific Heights; ma-
rine view; contains 15 rooms, baths, etc., com-
plete. Apply —ASTON, ELDRIDOE & CO., 638 I
Market st.
Nil •>•; SUNNY FLAT; 5 ROOMS AND BATH;
-!-> furnished or unfurnished. Apply 1306% Jack-
son st.. from 10 a. m to 4 r. m.
COTTAGES TO LET.
QUNNY COT^G^T4~AJfBTROOMsTRATH:
0 basement; yard; cheap. Cor. Dolores and 15th.
POTTAGE— S ROOMS, BATH, GAS; ALSO
\J flat 4 rooms, $12. Apply 1121 Vallejo st.
<J^T Q FINE COTTAGE 4 ROOMS AN I) BATH;
«JJ3 J-O. all modern improvements. 218 Locust
aye., bet. Van Ness aye. and Franklin St., Golden
Gate aw. ami McAllister at.
FLATS TO LET.
T^U^NIS^_D~mDDL^F_AT~O^7^OOM i
-L and bath; rent reasonable; 1052 Howard St.,
near Seventh. Apply G. H. UMBSEN _ CO., 14
Montgomery st. . - j
SUNNY MODERN FLAT, 6 ROOMS AND I
bath, $20 per month, including water. 23% ,
Devisadero, bet. Ridley and Waller.
li*lat7jT ROOMS and bath; n\v. COR. FELL
? and Laguna; all front; rent cheap.
PPER FLAT 7 ROOMS, BATH; SUN ALL
*- day. 829 Hayes St., near Fillmore.
AY-WINDOW FLAT, 8 ROOMS AND BATH ;
rent $30. 1627 Clay st., near Polk.
E~ LEG A T SUNNY FLAT; 7 ROOMS; BATH;
beautifully papered and frescoed. 713 Grove.
ITI—A.T 1717 a HAIGHT ST., NEAR PARK— 4
' large sunny rooms and bath, yard and garden.
Inquire on premises.
9JI rr HARRISON— FLAT; 3 ROOMS, BATH;
Zitfc-L 1 basement; laundry.
SM ALL DESIRABLE FLATS OF 4 ROOMS;
0 rents reduced. 327 Clementina St., nr. Fourth.
C*7 LOWER FLAT; 21 ROOMS; YARD;
<Jp I . water; all separate; near the new power-
house; 1111 Elm aye. Inquire 1512 Golden Gate
avenue.
UST FINISHED— S2S, 2213 JONES ST., 6
rooms and bath; $30, 2217 Jones, 7 rooms and
bath: marine view. ASHTON it GARDNER, 411
Montgomery st. [
©19 FLAT 4 ROOMS; "WATER FREE;
tJpX_ i. large cellar; 1209 Bush st. Apply at
l-Jo9.\ Bush St.
A-\ < i WALLER, NEAR FILL— IBB— 6 SUNNY
ttJ_U rooms and bath, $16; also 410b, partly fur-
nished, $15, newly painted.
■jrjTrj m 4 ROOMS. 135 IVY AYE., NEAR
inll.ul'. Van Ness aye.
m O LET— NEW FLAT OF 4 ROOMS AND
JL bath ; all modern improvements. NE. corner of
Twentieth and Capp sts.
ELEGANT NEW FLATS, SEVENTH ST..
J below Bryant— s and 6 rooms; bath; $10, $17,
SI - N \ : V FLATS— 4 AND 6 ROOMS; BATH;
$12 and $13. 1249 Eighteenth.
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS.
m'~_LEV_NTH~^^^EL : y~~F^?RNIS_ED
Tooins for housekeeping; sunny single and
en suite.
1 IAI STOCKTON — NICELY FURNISHED
JLXU2 sunny rooms with kitchen privilege; $2 50
to $3 per week..
7fn«r ATOM A— 2 FURNISHED FRONT
UuJ rooms for housekeeping; hot and cold
water.
1 1 HOWARD — LAR_E SUNNY FUR-
XXOU nished room $5.
/79"1 BUSH — FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
I —. X housekeeping to let.
fiAJt MINNA — FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
O~t U housekeeping; large yard.
I STOCKTON— 2 OR 3 NICE SUNNY
XO_ rooms furnished for housekeeping; cheap.
V9QI FIFTH— 2 PERFECTLY FURNISH—
"I— 'O'i sunny housekeeping rooms; cheap.
SUNNY CORNER BAY-WINDOW HOUSE-
keeping rooms cheap; others. 16 South Park.
"1 OliA PINE— 2 SMALL ROOMS, FURNISHED
XOV'tt for housekeeping: $12.
1 AC TWELFTH— SUNNY CORNER HOUSE;
X _»J front housekeeping rooms; rent reduced.
n< )<■) WASHINGTON — SUNNY UNI" D B-
• M /._ nisiied housekeeping rooms; running water.
908 3 SUNNY AY-WINDOW ROOMS; FUR-
— j Dished for housekeeping. 501U> .Sixth at.
ROOMS to let.
O'So^iHTXMA^CICE FRONT^^PARLOR
000 with use of kitchen; suitable for two.
A 1 ri VAN NESS— HANDSOME FRONT PAR-
— X I lor furnished, $15; another, $6; gas.
C JO TURK NEWLY FURNISHED PAR-
O~± O lor; other desirable rooms; bath; board If
desired. .^
OA _ ETCALF- PLACE, OFF GEARY ST.,
_if bet. Mason and Taylor— Nice furnished sunny
front room ; only for gents.
"I AO Q VALENCIA — SUNNY FURNISHED
X\JOO and unfurnished rooms: reasonable.
QOK JP_ ?TH— CLEAN SUNNY HOUSE
Q— lcl ing; 2 $8; 2 $15; single $5.
0000 SACRAMENTO — 2 SUNNY FRONT
»>_•)_ rooms; furnished; suitable for light house-
keeping; also single furnished room; reasonable.
997 SIXTH — FURNISHED AND UNFUR-
>_ — I nished and oflice rooms to let.
1"1 Al STOCKTON — Nil ~ SUNNY FUR-
liv/2 nished rooms; light housekeeping allowed.
Q1 A O'FARRELL — NICELY FURNISH ED
OIL parlor.
L'(\ THIRD— NEWLY RENOVATED SINGLE
\J\J or en suite.
TENTH, NEAR MARKET~sT~LABG_",
sunny front rooms. '■;■-"
T ADY LIVING ALONE WOULD LIKE RE-
J J spectable man and wife to room; sunny parlor
and bedroom with use of kitchen; rent cheap.
Apply 38 Tehama St., bet. First and Second.
EAT POST— NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS;
O\JtJ single or en suite. --•■,.■•
Q<XQ SACRAMENTO— FURNISHP;D ROOMS,
000 with or without board. MRS. E. D. DAVIS.
CQ9 POLK— FLAT 2 LARGE SUNNY UN-
«JO-J furnished rooms; yard.
T99 TAYLOR — ELEGANTLY FURNISHED
X^Jaj large sunny rooms.
1 Qi)\ > DUPONT, COR. CHESTNUT— SUNNY
10-O furnished room.
rpHE SHERMAN APARTMENT-HOUSE; 129
I. new sunny rooms; strictly respectable: half
price of best hotels with equal accommodations;
very central. 28 Eighth St., near Market. .-.. ---;. ■;
A RLINUTON HOUSE, 127 »NY— PLEAS-
-ti. ant sunny rooms, en suiteaud single; first class
in every respect; terras reasonable.
CAT JESSIE, COR. SIXTH — ELEGANTLY
«/V" I furnished parlor and housekeeping rooms.
"YTOSEMITE HOUSE, 1045 MARKET, BET.
X Sixth and Seventh— Single and suites; per
night, 35c to $1; week, SI 50 to $5; families.
BOARDING AND ROOMS.
KI^M— 3SKW^UNTONHOT__To_— — !pTb_ i
OLA spectable; board and lodging, ?4 50 week.
"POOM AND BOARD FOR 2 LADIES; $10 A
-LV- month. 50iy 2 Sixth st.
C9l POST, OPP. THE OLYMPIC CLUB—
O^iL Front room, with fine board for one or two;
reasonable.
rpiiK b>:ki:k!ord, cor. STOCKTON 'and
X Bush sts.; established 13 years; quiet and select
family hotel; _] 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
CIIAMKKHLtN. Proprietor. ■
CHILDREN BOARD—
I WA^TlED^cinLD^O^OA^D7^uT?G~^
11 old; near a school; terms reasonable; good
care. Address C. li., box 141, Call Branch Office.
STORES TO LEX.
'—'' I rooms in good order; $22 50.
STORK; 8 ROOMS, S2O, WITH WATER;
XI Webster St., bet. Railroad and Haight a vest.,
Alameda; suitable for gents' furnisb ing or shoe
store.
QTORE WITH 2 SHOW WINDOWS, 3 LI VING-
O rooms. ISC2 Howard st.
STABLES TO LET.
S^rAETjr^vrrH^TATL^o^^riuSß^Es!
Jessie, near Seventh. •
"q table and carrt age-house TO rent.
O Apply to J. F. HILLS, 813 Stockton st.
FINANCIAL.
"\?O^Y^ro'LVAl?6irsXNl%A^^l^C^RE__
I>X estate. W. J. GUNN, 410 Montgomery at.
PERSONALS^ -
JOHN SHEE HY OF^-OUIBVILLE, kyTsox
O of MARY ANN McCRATE, who came to _ or-
ristown, New Jersey, from the parish Of Bally-
backon, County Tipperary, Ireland, in 1849 or
1850, would like to hear from relatives, who he
thinks are in the West; Western papers please
copy. 1
CB. PERKINS HAS MOVED HIS POPULA
• fancy dry-goods store from 1114 Market st. to
a better-lighted store, 1033 Market st., bet. Sixth
and Seventh; the ladies will please make a note of
this and govern themselves accordingly ; he has
some bargains for yon to-day.
ANTED — HOME WITH PROTESTANT
» 1 people for orphan girl of 12 years. Call or ad-
dress 728 1 Stevenson st., near Ninth.
HIGHEST PRICE PAID LADIES' OB GENTS'
cast-off clothing. Send postal, J.F., 15 Bo st.
A DVICE FREE; DI VORCE LAWS A SPECIAL^
-rx ty : collections, damages, wills, deeds, etc G. W.
HOWE, Att'y-at-law, 850 Market., cor. Stockton.
PACIFIC STATES DETECTIVE AGENCY, 20
Ellis St., rms. 1 ,v 2; telephone, main 5506, S. F.
FINK SUITS, $15; DRESS PANTS, $4 75.
Misfit Parlors, 14 Geary st.
ARD TABLES AND OFFICE DESKS. 211
Post St.; basement; repairing.
jrvLOAks, CAPES AND FURS RETAILED AT
\J manufacturers' cost. 20 Sansome St., upstairs.
"I.T'INETOSCOPES FOR SALE; PHONOGRAPH
1\ outfits bought for cash. Bacigulupi, 946 M'k't.
|)I;\vakij- TO THE YOUNG LADY AND
-IV elderly gentleman who saw a lady fall and
break her arm at the ferry on October 22, 1894, if
they will send their uddress to HAIGHT, 220 San-
some st., S. F.
WALTZ IN THREE LESSONS; ARTISTIC
» T dances for parlor or stage taught dally at IR-
VINE'S, 927 Mission st., opposite U. B. Mint.
rpHE ORIENTAL— 6IS TAYLOR ST., NEAR
X Sutter: newly furnished family hotel; cleanest
In the city; superior French lady cook.
A DVICE FREE ;LEGAL AND PRIVATE AT-
_ — ters. People's Law Offlce,B3BMarket.McCAßE;
EDDING INVITATIONS ENGRAVED AND
printed. ROBERTSON'S, 126 Post st.
poOK-BOOKS AT ROBERTSON'S, 126 POST
\J street.
LD BUILDINGS BOUGHT AND SOLD,
store-fixtures, doors, windows, lumber, pipe,
etc.; cheap. Yard 1166 Mission st., nr. Eighth.
~E COULDN'T DO THE BUSINESS WE'RE
1 1 doing if prices were not right.
Carpets, new and second hand, from.. 25c np
Oak Bed Sets 817 50 up
Mattings, per yard 7c up
Linoleum, per yard. 50c
Kitchen Chairs 250
Kitchen Tables $150
EVERYTHING IN PROPORTION.
largest stock and store ,- in the city; lowest
prices; easy terms, If desired.
J. NOONAN, 1017-1019-1021-1023 Mission SU,
above Sixth. Open evenings.
QECOND-HAND AS WELL AS NEW BAB S,
0 showcases, counters, sliclvings, mirrors, desks,
safes, chairs, scales, etc., and a very large stock of
them, too; be sure and see stock and get prlce3 be-
fore going elsewhere. J. NOONAN, 1017-1019-
-1021-1023 Mission st., above Sixth.
GAS FIXTURES AND PLUMBING. 623
Golden Gate aye. 11. HUFSOHJd I I
l ANO LESSONS. 25c HALF-HOUR; GER-
-t man lady. 1126 Howard st.
LD GOLD, SILVER, GENTS' AND LADIES'
clothing bought. CULM AN, 41 Third st.
\\riNDOW SH ADI MAN! 1 :■ PUB— D TO
>> order by WILLIAM McPHUN. 1195 Market.
TYPEWRITERS AMi SUPPLIES.
mYPEWBITEBS FOB RENT; M ACII INKS
X sold cheap. HANSON _ CO.,Chronlcle 81d.r.38.
A "CALIGRAPH" WILL OUTLAST ALLOT M-
— — ers. See NAY LOB, 19 Mty st., about 1 ; rents,
repairs, supplies Mill-.'" :rai>lis: installment terma.
DELINQUENT SALE NOTICES.
DELINQUENT SALE ROTI—i — QOLD-If
Eagle Mining Company— Location of principal
place of business, San Francisco, California; loca-
tion of works, Devils Gate Mining District, Lyon
County, Nevada.
— There are delinquent upon the following
described stock, on account of assessment (No. 1),
levied on the Bth day of January, 1895, t'ae
several amounts set opposite the names of the re-
spective shareholders, as follows:
i No.
Names. No. Cert. Shares. Amount.
Morris Hoeflich 5 10,000 $1,50000
H. M. Levy, Trustee. 7 20,000 3,000 00
H. M. Levy, Trustee. 8 1,000 150 00
H. M. Levy, Trustee 9 1,000 150 00
H. M. Levy, Trustee 10 1,000 150 00
H. M. Levy, Trustee 11 1,000 160 00
H. M. Levy, Trustee 12 600 75 00
E. B. Holmes, Trustee 18 20.000 3,000 00
E. B. Holmes, Trustee 19 7,900 1486 00
E. B. Holmes, Trustee 20. 995 149 25
And in accordance with law, and an order from
the Board of Directors. made on the eighth day of
January, 1895, so many shares of each parcel of
such stock as may be necessary, will be sold at pub-
lic auction at the office of the company, room 50,
Nevada Block, No. 309 Montgomery street, San
Francisco, California, on MONDAY, the fourth
day of March, 1895, at the. hour of 2 o'clock p. m.
of said day, to pay said delinquent assessment
thereon, together with cos 1 . -. o? advertising and ex-
penses of sale.
E. B. HOLMES. Secretary.
Office— 50, Nevada Block. So. 309 lion*
KOmary street, San Francisco, California.
, POSTPONEMENT.
Notice is hereby given that by order of the Board
of Directors the date of the — . le" of delinquent stoclc
for assessment No. 1 is hereby postponed to MON-
DAY, the 25th day of March, A. D. 1895, at the
same time and place.
E. V.. HOLMES, Secretary.
TOILET OF A TUBKISH BEAUTY.
The Dressing: of the Odalisque Is a Work
of Pain and Care.
The Eastern lady of high degree has,
generally speaking, nothing to do. Natu-
rally, therefore, much of her time is spent
on her bath, on the braiding of her hair
and the donning of glorious apparel, says
the New York Advertiser. The most en-
joyable part of the day being that of early
morning, she rises early, somewhere about
5 o'clock, and having used a mouth-wash
of rose or lemon scented water, puts her-
self into her maid's hands to have her hair
dressed. ■
As a rule the hair is abundant, far below
the waist, black as night and soft as silk.
By way of pomade, a little oil made from
aloe wood is put on and the whole put into
one thick plait or coil and arranged simply
■and quite low on the neck. According to
her wealth she will wear it in gold or silver
ornaments. The bath is prepared very hot,
and over this ceremony, which is partly a
religious observance as well, the lady may
spend two if not more hours.
Soaps are not always used, but there are
unguents,' pastes of all kinds, which the
bathing women alone know how to man-
ipulate, and which make the skin as soft a3
velvet. The sweetest of the pastes is one
made of almonds and rose water, smooth
to touch and agreeable to smell. It is not
unusual to wash the face overnight with
milk which has been curdled by a squeeze
of lemon. This is done in the hot weather
to cool the face before retiring.
In Constantinople the ladies often dye
the hair an auburn tint by using a paste
more or less liquid called "rastic." "Ras-
tic" is said to contain a certain amount of
green vitriol, but the ingredients used are
kept a profound secret.
In India the men often dye their beards
a bright orange, and very queer they look
at times, when they drop in the . wrong
powder and emerge from the dye bucket a
pronounced violet. The women there
rarely interfere with nature as regards
their hair; they prefer it black. They,
however, color their teeth and their
nails. Certain tribes stain their teeth black
or red.
Their nails they dye with a species of
myrtle leaf , the color of red ocher. Then
the eyelashes have to be touched up. This
is done by the use of an adhesive powder
called "sooema." Sooema imparts a soft-
ness and brilliancy to the eyelashes, and is
in many cases an improvement. Perfumes
are very much used, rubbed on the arms,
face and hands and on the draperies, but
not often on the handkerchief. In some
places a pomade, into the composition of
which essence of roses enters, is frequently
inserted into an egg-shaped bottle and car-
ried about on the person.
• — ♦ — • — ■
Irish Types.
Three types, at least, are observable in
the south of Ireland — first, the dark
Italian-looking Celt, also found in Devon:
secondly, the tall yellow-haired type, ana
thirdly, the aboriginal Aryan of the Volga,
with red or auburn hair and blue or green
eyes, who may also be found in Cornwall.
The dark aquiline type of Wales differs
considerably from that of the Irish, and
the Irish language is nearer akin to Cor-
nish than to Welsh. The traditional Irish-
man of caricature is not often seen in the
south, though this type is not unknown
even among the upper classes.
The soft features and bright eyes of the
modest peasant women present "many va-
rieties of beauty, and the mingled race of
Cork and — fairer as a rule than that
of the far west is as vigorous as any in
Scotland or in Yorkshire.— Blackwood'a
Magazine.
- . ' " ■ ' .
The hay barges on the Swiss lakes rowed
by women standing and the small sail-
boats with tall brown sails ; standing very
nigh to catch tickle winds are among tlia
most picturesque vi crafts.
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