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GREAT THINGS IN MINING. Mr. Mills Wants a Swansea Here and a Survey of the Gold Deposits. WHAT THE MINERS SHOULD DO. The Government Has Gained Vast Millions From This State and Should Aid It. W. H. Mills of the Southern Pacific Railroad has some decided views as to what ousrht to be done by the National Government in aid of the mineral develop ment of California. He says it ousrht to establish, great metallurgical work, either at San Fran cisco or somewhere on the Martinez straits, and also to expend |250,000 for a scientific survey of the e,o\d deposits on the west flank of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. For the metallurgical works he ?ays $5,000,000 is not too groat a sum, consider ing what tiie Government ha? made out of California. The work~ he would have something like the great works at Swansea, which have challenged the attention and admiration of the world. '•The executive committee of the Cali fornia Miners' Association is now in ses sion heiv, and I would sngpest to it," he said yesterday, "tnat tiie committee take bold of the matter at once. It wouJd re sult in great pood to California. •'The Government has received as an appretrate in internal revenue sources from California to June .'SU, 189;>, more than $84,000,000. It has also received from the customs duties here since IVsoovers2lß, --000,000. These figures are from the booki at iiic Custom-house. "Now the Government has paid out on account of public buildings m California $5,938,000, and for the improvement of the rivers and harbors $5,285,000. Tliese two are the best appropriations tliat have been made. "The total cost of the National Govern ment in tne United States is about $300, --000,000 a year, m 'king the average to Cah a about ss,ooo,ooo a year. For thirty years the latter would amount to $150, --000,000. "Therefore this is a big balance to our protit. ••Now it should be noticed that the ap propriations ■ for rivers and harbors, although low, were for the benefit of the United States. In regard to the post otlices and other public buildings tbe same may be said. If the Government <iid not have the buildings it woulj have to rent them. Neither item should be charged to California. "Besides thi< the Government has sold *•'>. .1,000 or $8,000,000 worth of land here, and h;is got out of California besides $15,000,000 t.. *i' 0.000,000 in postage. It is at least $2,000,000 debtor to Calitornia and can afford to spend some money in our behalf. "The next proposition the California Miners' Association should take up is the sci-ntific survey of the western portion of the Sierras. It ou<:ht to ask Congress to make a scientific exploration and locate the old channel of the river known to exist parallel to the main axis of the Sierras. "In this way immense quantities of gold would soon thereafter be developed. Con gress ought to make a special appropria tion for this purpose at once. I should say $250,000 would be ample. It should then appoint a thoroughly competent, scientific corps of mining engineer? to make the survey f.>r the gold deposits." Mr. Mills declared that' if the California Miners' Association would take hoid of the matter at once it would attract atten tion. They would gain this object and ex traordinary benefits would resuit to the State. He said much more in the same vein. The metallurgical works, he said, should be very extensive and for the treatment of all kinds of ore. In this way we would have the fame of another Swansea, for the results in a section where there was so much and such varied kinds of minerals would be prooably without a parallel. FOR A ONE-CENT POSTAGE. The National Board of Trade Favors a Cheaper Let ter Rate. Local Mercantile Organizations Are Asked to Co-Operate in the Matter. The National Board of Trade, located in Washington, D. C. is earnestly agitating the proposition of having Congress make the necessary change in the postagt laws so that the public will have to pay only one cent instead of two upon all letter postage. The movement was started at the last annual meeting of the National Board of Trade, held in Washington last January. The proposed change was so favorably con sidered that a special committee, called the committee on one-cent letter postage, was appointed to further investigate tne sub ject and to enlist the co-op,eration of all trade organizations in every part of the United States. The committee was further directed to secure, if possible, the desired changes in the postal laws. The investigation of the committee has been such ti;at it does not hesitate to earnestly urge all influential bodies to par ticipate in the movement for a cheaper rate of letter postage. Letters upon the matter have been sent to several organiza tions asking for co-operation and one to Secretary B. If. Lelong of the State Board of Horticulture. One of the strongest arguments in favor of the movement is a statistical paragraph in the letter, in which the committee says: That one-cent postage is both possible and equitable is notably shown in the Postmaste-- Generai's report for 1890, where it is demon strated that in that year the revenue from letter postage amounted to $38,000 000 while the cost was only £8,000,000, leaving a Drofit of $30,000,000 from letter postage. Accord ing to this report, hud letter postage in that year been reduced to one cent there Mould still have been a j.rofit of $11,000,000. Tne simple fact is that the business community and all letter-writers arc at present forced to pay double postage in order that one favored class of mail matter may bo charged only one cent a pound or about one-twelfth the sctual cost and because many millions of dollars of free mail matter used by other departments of the Government, and which should be charged to their own account, are included in the expense of the Postal Department. This committee feels that the mercantile as well as the general community have lone enough submitted to the injustice of this di rect tax upon all citizens to favor one special industry. They feel that the time has come for action. A bill wfli !,e offered in the incom ing Congress providing for an equalization of the postal rates and the reduction o'. two-cent letter postage toone cent. But this bill will be conironted with the severest antagonism of those who now enjoy the benefit of this unjust aw rimination. To successfully meet thisop position will require the cooperation of citi zens from a!l sections of the country who at the proper lime will so emphatically impress their wish upon their representatives at Wash ington as to insure success in this popular cause. The committee asks that the matter be taken up by those to whom Jlie letters are Bent, and answers returned at once. The committee states that in the United States there are iiunuredsof firms spending; from $100 to $1000 per annum for letter postage and a one-cent rate would make a mate rial difference in their expense accounts. Were Twice Divorced . For the second time Lucetta J. Perry and Samuel A. Perry were divorced yesterday. They were married first in the early eighties, and In 1839 were divorced. Soon after they agreed to live lopether again, and so were once more married. About a year ago, however, Mr-. Perry says her husband deserted her, and upon that ground she sued aenin and has been .r.v.srrtod her second divorce. There aie two children, boys of 15 and 17 years, who were placed la cure of their inoiher. THE STOCK MAEKET. Savage was weaker yesterday under rumors of :m assessment, which the oHieers of the company denied. I'Of'.ie continued to shrink and declined to 35' c. Occidental was steudy at 60(g.66c. The other s'.ocks were dull and nor. materially changed. On the Bond K xc ha Market-street Railroad was firm nt $46 bid. For Bank of California $231 was b:d, $240 asked. NOTES. A quarterly dividend of 30c per share will bo raid on the 2d of January by the Stockton Gas and Klectric Company, a. T. Kasiland succeeds the ].<.■>• J. G. Kastland as director. The assessments on Choilnr and Yellow Jacket will be delinquent in the board to-day. The weekly report of the Gold JIM mines are as follows: Challenge— The .0 :nt Challenge and Imperial wpg- crosscut 1 from me surface taunel Is out 165 fed; the lace Is in porphyry. ikown Point— bullion returns for No vember having shown a matt rial falling off in the value per ton of the gold ore wjiieh they have been extracting from between the 600 and 700 levels, and, bringing it below the grade justifying 1:8 extraction, they have stopped nil worn In the slopes above meutioiu-d. Of the ore previously ex tracted ana on hand la the dumps at the mine they nave shipped to the Mexican mill for reduction 513 tons, liave shipped one bar of bullion of the par value of f 173*24 96, the yield of '.650 tons of or.- worked in November. Of the above $782 62 was shyer. The south drift from the southeast crosscut iiOU_evel has been} extended 36 feet, and is DOW out a total distance of 92 feet. The face is in porphyry. They are also driving the southwest 1 lift on this level aid with which the south drift will connect. Kki.-her— o:l the 300 level the joint Belcher and Seg. -her west crosscut from south lateral drift is out 18.: feet; in- face shows clay and por pnyry. '1 lie joint Belcher and Sear. Eelcher cast crosscut from the south lateral drift on the same level is out 72 feet: the face is clay and porphyry. There has been hoisted during the week and stored In the orehou-e at the mine 40 tons of ore, the average top-ear sample ot which shows an assay value of $16 53 per ton. Overman— Kxiracttd from north drift 900 level 10 tons ana 1775 rounds of ore; value of the same as per car samples (20 08. Confidence — \Wst crosscut 1 from surface tun nel is now oiu 357 feet; the face snows a mixture of porphyry and quartz of no value. Have taken out of i he mine during the week and s:ored in the orehouse at the mine 10 tons of ore, the average top-car sample of which shows an assay value of I $::() 69 per ton. iskg. Belches- Have hoisted during the week and stored In the orehouse at the mine 11 tons of ore, the average top-car sample of which shows an assay value or $19 -7 per ton. The Bodie Consolidated official letter for the week ending December 8 says: ast crosscut from the north drift. 200 level, was extended 13 feet in por phyry. Are putting in air pipe and blower in this crosscut, south drift from the above crosscut was e.\n tided 12 feet. Tnere Is a ledge of quartz in the luce from 2i<i to 3 fee: wide, of low i;r..de. East crosscut from Gi.'dea vein, 300 level, was extended 19 foet. '1 he face lain porphyry, started a drift nort:i from above crosscut, on seams of quarts out last weeic. ana extended it 5 feet. The face is quartz and porphyry of low arade. East scut from south drift, »00 level, was extended 14 feet. Face is in porphyry- In the Mono mine during the week ending De cember S they started an upraise from the south drift from the west crosscut, 4UO level, and ex tended 17 feet. There is a seam of quartz in the top about 18 inches wide. BOAK1) SALES. Following were the sales in the San Francisco otocK Bo.iri yesUTJ.iy: RF-G I I.ARMORVIVris '"H^f v CO>f \f P.V^IV} AT^I^O. 650 Alia .12100 H<feN 86S00 Savage... .35 100 8e1cner... 28500 Julia. 02100 .> Nev 60 200 Challii(ce..2s 100 Mexicn....37| 50 Union C...49 100 Cii011ar.. .22:250 0ccidt1....61 -iOO Utah Oo 500 Con 1mp...0-- 1050 60 60 V Jacict..l7 300 < Town 1000p1iir....1.30 300 IB 600 U AC 42:100 Savage.. ..36, AH I- HNOIIN BESSION'~'2:33. 300 Alnha 19 200 <."halluge..-'5 4000vrmn....09 200 Alia 10 300 I CV .. .2.15 100 i'otosi 53 200 Andes. 18 1000 C 1mp... 02 700 54 50 19 ; 50 Conti 72 200 Savage.... 31 50 8e1cher....27 -00 C Point.. .26 300 30 SO 100 273U0 Ses; Bel. ..08 100B<fcB 79:450 HAN 83100 & Nev 57 100 80 50 8.260 66 400 Bodle 40 1000 Keutuckos2oO Union C..48 -'00 39550 Mexican.. 364oo 47 s»jO 8u11i0n... .16' 28 SO'3oo Utah 04 200 Choi.ur....2i 7. 0cc1c1U.... 62300 V Jacket.. l 7 200 20i1000phir... .1.201100 18 Following were the sales in the Pacific .Stock Board yesterday : BKorr.*n sjtH<srov— liiTl. 200 Alpha 19100 Confid ....75 100 Occidtl.. 60 i:00 Alia 14 300 C Imp o^2oo Oplilr . .1.30 100 Andes 21 500 Con N V...02 900 0vrmn....09 150 .. 2u 200 C 1 0in:....26 100 Fotost 66 100 Belcher.. O A C 42 »>OO 65 1000 li (V 8...81 .-too 40200 53 300 Bodte 45 1 (» HAN 86500 S B<k M...09 200 43300 1. \Vasti...oi 150 S.Nev «0 100 42|-JCO Me.ticah..37llOO Union *.". 50 500Cbal c:....25U0H Uccld 65 100 l';ab 05 eoOCconar....2l loo 64J200 V JacKet..2O ::OOCC»tV2.I7i/<j!3l)O 63 150 19 11)0 2.-JK1550 62 100 18 A*TICRN<)|>S SESSION— '2:3}. 1000 A1pha.. . 18850 CCV 2.15400 Occid 62 200 AHa 11 100 2i. 8 200 61 100 Andes.... 20*50 C NY UVS.2OU 60 50 19 150 C Point... 150 Ophir .1 80 10-J Belcner...272ooG&C 40200 1.27i 2 2(10 H& 8.... 80 200 II <£ N...>5 100Ovrnin....6a fiOO 7«100 81200 I'otosi 54 lOOßodie 401000 83 150 Savage.. 81 100 ... 391200 82 ! 400 30 100 8u11i0n... .171250 Kentuck..Oß Union 48 2l»0 Challnse..2."i SOO .-». 05*300 V Jacket 18 350 Chollar....'.'o 500 Mexican.. 33 CLOSING QUOTATIONS. THURSDAY, Dec 12-4 p. m. Bi'l.AtkriU JStd.Athid. Alpha Con 17 19 lowa us' ' — Alia 09 11 Julia 02 03 Andes 19 20,Jnstlce 05 06 Belcher 27 29 KentucK. 05 06 Best .5; Belcher 78 bO Lady Wjsh.... — 02 UentonCon _ 60 Slcxican 33 35 Kod:e 36 39 Mt. Diablo 15 20 1iu1ii0n...^.... IK 17 Mono OB OS Lulwer — Hi Nevada Queen. 05 — Caledonia 06 18 Occidental..... 62 63 Challenge Con. 24 2t> Ophir 1.25 1.30 Choiiar 20 22 overman 08 09 Con.Cai.«i Va.2.10 2.15 I'otosi 53 64 Con. Imperial. 01 l!.'.;>ava^-e 30 31 Confidence 75 — .-c*. Uelcher... 07 09 Con.NewYorK. — Oi Sierra Nevada. 67 68 Crown Point.... 27 2s>corii:on Ois "': — Last.sierra.Nß7 — 02 Silver H11i."... — 02 Kxchequsr..... 07 08 : Silver King — vi."> Eureka C0n.... 15 —Syndicate — 04 Could «£ Curry. 39 40! Union C-oa 48 49 (.ray Eagl".... 75 —Utah — 05 li hied: .Norerj. SO 82) Yellow Jacicaj. 18 19 STOCK AND BOND EXCHANGE. THURSDAY, Dec. 12-2 p. 41. UNITED STATES BONDS. SHI. A*ked.} Bid. Asked. VS 4s coup. .lll — U S4s reg...Ho — MISCELLAXKOrS BONDS. j Cal-BtCbless.ll2 — Do. 2d Is 3 65.101 — CalElec 1. 68.107 V4*i09 |P&Olly63.110 - CntraCWss. -7 100V 2 P& Ch Rv 103V 2 108 Dpnt-«ex-cp 77 95 Pwi-si.RK6s. — 116% EdsnLil'6s.lOs 106V2 ! Reno. WL&L — 105 F&CURR63.IOS — lßiverWCo6s — 100 <iearv-stllss.lOl 105 1.-ar ■'.■ i,..j 00 IVN&k Los.\nrL6s. — — SF&NPRRSsIO3VaIO4 l)o,(Tnte«i.6s. — 1021/vM'RKAriz63 — <I 8 .Mkt-stCble6sl23i/ 2 12.1 JSI-Kl' Cn165..110 — UoB < ons^lo~V2oßy 3 SPia:Calss.. 90 — NevCNgRSs. — 103 SPBrRCaI63. — 953,4 NPCRI'.Gs.IO»% - l dVWater«Js..l2lVal22vs N RyCal6s.lo3V 2 107y 2 SV\Vater4B._ 995/ i - NRyCalss. — — j.StkinfiA:E6j — 103 Oak Gas ss. 101 1071/2 SunstT<tT6s. — 103 Do. 2d iss ss. 104 1/, — Sutter-stßss. — 111 Omnibus 6s..nßVa - VisaliaWC 6s — 92 l'acliollM6a.. — — WATER STOCKS. Contra Costa. — 55 (San Jose. ... — 100 MaiinCo - jSprlngVaUey 99 9914 GAS STUCK". Capital....... — 393.i i' aC Light. 46 — Central 95 — -San Francsco 71** 721/ i OakGL&JL 603/g 41 (Stockton..... — 21V, PacGa3lmp. — 821/2 ' . tnsubance STOCKS. FlremansFd.ls4 — (Sun 66% — COMMERCIAL BANK STOCKS. Amerß&TC. — — !J.ondonP l tA.l27s^ — Anglo-Cal... 69i/ 2 — |London&SF. —'* 30 Bank of Ca1.. 231 237y Merch Ex.. . 12 — CaISD&TCo.. 67 60 Nevada — — FirstNationl.l79 — j bather B Co.'. — _ Grangers — , — | SAVINGS BANK STOCKS GerSALCo.ISOO — Sav&Loan..-— 150 IIumbS&L.lOOO — Security . — 300 Mutual - 41 Union Trust. - 830 Si SavCnion49o 600 | STRF.KT RAILROAD FTOCKS. California.. ..103y - Oalc.SL&Hay - 100 Geary-st 60 72 Presidio SU, IS Market-5t.... 44y 45y B Sutter-st — - POWDER STOCKS. Atlantic D... 15 15% Jud50n.. ...... — " California.... 95 - i vlKOrit - 700 - Olant. I 8y 3 19 » MISCELLANKOUS STOCK*. Alaska Tkrs. 96 9714'OceanicSSCo — 20 PlkDCoalCo. - 10 PacAuxFA.. 1% 2y, Ca CotJIUIs.. - - Pac Borax... 98 100 CalDr\-pock. - — Pac I& N Co. - 30 Edison Light. 943/4 96 Pac Roll Mill 18 — GasConAssn. — — ParfPatntCe. — 9 HawC&SOo.. 5«4 7 I'acTrausCo. — 26 HntchSPCo.. V.'^ _ jPacTA-TCo 55 _ JudsonMfgO.. - — Sunsetl\tT.. »5 — MerExAsanlOO 110 iUnltedCCo.. — 26 . KORNIN'S HKSSTOV Board-SO Market-st Railway, 46. AJTICBNOOS >«K<srt«V. Board— 2s Giant Powder Con. 18%: 26 Market st Railway, 45. Street— 4o Oakland Gas, 50%: $15,000 8 P Branch Railway Bonds, 9aV4- THE SAJN JfKAJNUJSULF fJAl^l,, FKIDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1895. LIVELY AT ANGELS CAMP. An All-Night Town That Has Now Increased to 5000 People. Throngs of Men Are Digging for Gold on Various Parts of the Mother Lode. Frank Hall, a mining ensineer of this City, formerly superintendent of gravel properties in Si#kiyon County, has re turned here aftor two months' experience in examining mines on the mother lode in Calaveras County. He says things are exceedingly lively all alone the mother lode. TheTallock mine, two miles south of the Utica, is being de veloped rapidly and the Eastern owners are also stoping out ore. They have just completed a new ten-stamp mill. The Burney mine has been bonded by San Francisco capitalists represented by Mr. Hall, who will now take the superin tendency of it. It is a mile east of the Utica, on the mother-lode belt. The new company, Mr. Hail says, is going to do big work. It will sink the shaft, which is now down to 160 feet, to a depth of 500 feet. Already, he says, a seven-foot vein of $6 ore has been opened. "New companies are bonding and sink ing right and left," he continued. "Dur ing the last three or four months above Angels and Altaville the operations have assumed large proportions. At Carson Hill, below Angels, there is a bu stir. Many new companies have been organized and they are doing important work and finding a good deal of ore. "The town of Angels is booming. There are probably 5000 people there. Every stage brincs'more. The people are both from the East and from points on this coast. The hotels cannot accommodate them, there are so many, and they are turning them away every night. "Building is going forward steadily. There is a new camp, called the Annex, where things are rushing, as in the main town. Angela is a place which runs all night. The Utica mine there employs alone 700 men, and there are enouirh more miners in the immediate vicinity to make things very lively. "The mother lode there is three miles wide, as not all may know, and it is not till Carson Hill is reached that it conies to a point, and then widens out an 1 extends far into Tuolumne County. For a long distance this lode is as plain as Montgom ery street, and you may drive alone it, for there are g^od roads, and consequently no need of pack-horses and burros, which are so requisite in n ugh, snowy countries. "There is no snow there. The ground never freezes to amount to anything and work can go right along the year round. It is no wonder, therefore, that men are flockinp to that section. The lode prom ises so mucn, too, that the miners know they are not taking the risks they would if they went to the snowy camps of other .States. "Much enthusiasm is shown by the miners. The talk is all of strikes — not labor strikes— and of what the country will be when fully developed. In the two months I was there I made very careful examinations and was much impressed by what I saw. The ore is usually low grade, but there is so much of it and it is so easily milled that the district is very captivat ing." Electrical Equivalent of an Avalanche. "When one is told that, according to the calculations of Dr. preller, the total ex penditure of energy in the avalanche which occurred September 11 near the famous Gemmi Pass in the Alps was 4,000,000,000 meter-tons, it gives one a vague and in definite idea," says the Electrical World. "In such huge figures a few ciphers more or less have little influence on the mied, but by reducing to everyday quantities such as we have to deal with and pay for in our meters a better idea of thr signifi cance of the statement may be obtained. The above amount of energy, which was expended in one minute, i* equivalent to an activity of 1,000,000 horsepower, and sufficient at the rate of ten fifteen-candle power lamps per horsepower to run about 90.000 lamps five hours per day for one whde year. SAN FRANCISCO -CALL." BUSINESS OFFICE of the San Francisco Cn&> f]t Market street, open until 12 o'ciock every elf In the year. BRANCH OFFICES— 63O Montgomery street, ecrrrrClay. /pen until 0:30 o'clock. JTf Hayes hired, open until 9:30 o'clock. 718 Larkin street, open until 9:30 o'clock. few .corner Sixteenth and MLssiou street*, opes crtll I o'clock. ■ i MI- Mission street, Open until p o'clock. 116 Ninth street, open until 9:30 o'clock. NOTICE OF aiEKTINGS. !£^s= CALIFORNIA COMMAND?;RYTr^~ *^*^ No. 1. Knights Templar— Stated Av^Ti* sembly, THIS (Friday) EVENING, Decein- [fa ber 13. commencing 1 7:30 o'clock. Mem- ftfl? btrsof sister com manderirs and sojourning v Sir Knights are courteously invited to attend By order, Sir REUBEN P. HURLBUT, ... _ _, Eminent Commander. Sir niBAK T. QbaveB, Rtcorder. fEZS' GODFREY DE ST. OMAR nfUl j K»^ fi? Council No.l. Knlsrhts Kn [gl— i f&\ >Tfl dosh — Meeting THIS (FRIDAY) iKSIPPISffIH EVENING. Dec. 13. at B .o'clock. P^y^S GEO. J. HOBE, Secretary. » IMI I2i i^aki XS 1 TO LET -A NICK HALL SU 1 TABLE H*^ 6 ' for dancing or for lodge room. 1605 Polk St., cor. Sacramento. » DIVIDEND NOTICES. ? : , Grjs* oiviDE^D^Nxmc^TiK^irTK^fD^i^ »-*' 2tf c (flft ' ' c.-nts per sharp) of the HI'TCH- INSON SUGAR PLANTATION will be payable at the ofllcc of the company. 3-7 Marker street, on and afur Friday, December 20, 1895. 'Irinsfer- hooks will close Saturday, December 14, 1895 a 12 o'clock m. E. H. -HKi.Onx, Secre'wry. >i . *-' ..; ' M>i.its. P^S=» NOTICE-ABANDONED CHILDREN IN TT ■ the Hoh an Catholic orphan Asylum since July,' 1894. Louisa Eickhoff, aged 7 yrs ■ Ellen Finsterbush, 7 yrs.: Ellen Bragg, 8 yrs; May Doran, 6 yrs.: Mary Mo?sch, 7 yrs.; Clara Man 11 7 yrs.: Cora Burke, 12 yrs.; Mary Murray, 10 yrs. Respectfully, Sisters of Charity. EESH=» PROPERTY-OWNERS, 'ATTENTION— S*-~*r Now is the time to have your houses under- pinned with brick or wood; bavin? my own screws etc., can do the work cheap. J. PATTINSON, 1219 Fillmore st. > |(£-?p MRS. ROBB, 1035 MARKET ST., ROOM Efr^*^ 8, second floor; genuine massage treatment. ftq§=» CORNS REMOVEr\WITriOUT KNIFE u'- i ' Chiropodlc Institute, room 32, 906 Market! Kjg?» CORNS, INGROWING NAILS, SUCCESS- t*-^ fully treated. DR. LLOYD, Lurline Baths, jt^gp BAD TENANTS EJECTED FOR S4. »*£r Collections made, -city or country. Pacific Collection Co.. 415 Montgy gt.. room 6. Tel. 6580. J^^* WINDOWS CLEANED AND FLOORS •* > *' scrubbed; reasonable rates: payment for carnages eunranteed. C. ROSSI & CO.. 242 Sutter. KB" ROOMS WHITENED. $1 UP: PAPER- Efr-«y ed S3 50 in). 317 1/ 3 Third. George Hartman. BT^=» COLLECTIONS: TENANTS EJECTED CJ-*^: >10; costs paid. 420 Montgomery, rm. 29. |^gf» A WEEK'S NEWS FOR 5 CENTS— THE -»-& WEEK.IV CALL, In wrapper, for maiiini:. SITUATIONS WANTED-FEJIALE. SWEDISH EMPLOYMENT OFFICE, Antonio st., off Jones, near E!lls. . pOMPETENT- ELDERLY WOMAN WISHES V to go out by the. day or week, or would -take care of children: sleep home. Address 10 Board- man place. L'lii.-i-cLAHS RELIABLE WOMAN WANTS X an/ kind of work by the day, washing. Ironing and housecleanlng. Call or address 1812% Geary. ■\l IDDLE - AGED WOMAN WITH CHILD 6 i-'A years old wishes Plac? in a gentleman's or widower family; city or country. Apply or ad- dregs room 2. «07 Kearny st. ::'''- : 1 ady wishes position ah CuM^JSIUA it as conipan to elderly lady. Address L. W., box Call Office. WOUK BY THE DAY WANTED BY EXPF- _»» rlencid German woman: washing, lionine or housecleanlng; references. 137 Seventh st. p EFINED, PREPOSSESSING, HEALTHY Jl young mother, havine fresh breast of milk, de- sires position as .wetnursa in a:. wealthy family: references given. Address S. A., b0x.29, Call. ; JfITUATIONS WANTED-Contlnnnd. "VfIDDLE-AOED WIDOW J DESIRES :.. POSI- -1"A tion as housekeeper or employment at any kind of work. Address 322 Third s .. mom 30. Y»lXii LADY WOULD LIKE SITUATION X in bakery. Address 18% West Mission st. Kg \\r ANTED— BY GERMAN WOMAN, day " work; or washing, ironing, housecleanlng, or chamber-work in lodging-house. Call or address 612 Minna st. /DESPECTABLE woman WITH little Xi girl 5 years old wishes position as working housekeeper or chamber work in hotel or lodging- house; experience and references. Call 517 Ninth si., Oakland. p IRL WISHES SITUATION* TO DO GENERAL VI housework In private family. Apply 211% xS&rtl&tt. * - "TiRESSMAKER WISHES ENGAGEMENTS IN XJ families; $1 25 per day; cuts by tailor system; dress, made over; children's also. Address box C, Call Branch, Sixteenth and Mission. GENTLEMEN'S CLOTHES REPAIRED, \J cleaned ami pressed: coats relined; also do knitting. 114 Fourth at., room 15. ; 1 adies'~a"niTgentleme vs REPAIRING XJ neatly and reasonably done. 917 Market st., room 21. ' \\ OMAN WISHES SITUATION TO DO » » light housework by the day or month. Call or address 68 Hermann St.. near Valencia st. liV WOMAN TO DO COOKING AND GEN- J » eral housework or do second work. Apply 509 Shotwell st. SITUA I'ION — a YOUNG RESPECTABLE O Creole woman wants a position as keeper. Please call at 249 Pacific St.. room 44, second floor. DEL-ABLE WOMAN WANTS PLACE TO DO xi» general housework, nursing or care of an in- valu!. Call or address 1055 Mission st. SITUATION wanted by a COMPETENT iJ you woman as cook in private family. Call 226 a McAllister st. \\T OMAN WITH 2 CHILDREN, 7 AND 9 " years old, wants situation to do cooking on a ranch or camp in the country.. Call or address 413 Fourth st. . (< i ' i SITGIKL WISHES SITUATION TO DO 0 general housework in city. Call 207 Montgom- ery aye. \\' < "MAX WANTS WORK BY THE DAY; it wasnil1 '- Ironing or housecleanlng. Call or address 1209 i-'oisom st. . "DEFINE O WIDOW WITH SOME MEANS Xt would like a partner. to assist, her in a business veutur.-. Call or address 230 Turk st. OUTHKKN LAD V WANTS HOUSEKEEP- kj er's position or plain sewing. Call or. address 203 Powell st.. room 5. ' 1 ) KLIA WOMAN WANTS WORK BY THE -11/ aay.-wnsfclnsr, ironine and bousecleanine. Call or address 1205 S.einer St., near Turk; upstairs. |.)i:si'i:. table; WOMAN WISHES wuhk i-v -it the day or week, housekeeping, washing or cleaning of any sort. Call or address District N ur-i-s' As.so., 930 Sutler st. V ° UNG LADY WISHES A POSITION AS X housekeeper. 12Qi/ a Geary St., room 10. ll' OMAN WANTS SITUATION TO DO GEN- '» fral housework. Apply 1818 Lagunast., rear. YOUNG WIDOW WISHES A POSITION AS _.^ u : liE er " Call at 11 Kearny, room 27. \TEAT. RELIABLE WOMAN, GOOD COOK. *. 1 wants situation as housekeeper for respectable gentlemen. Address D. J., box H3, ail office. CHAMBERMAID WISHES A SITUATION IN hotel or lodging-house. Apply 549 Jessie st. L" X PER I ENCED~~7cOOK, SCANDINAV 1 A N, •-i desires situation; Oakland referred; beat of references; '-'I months in last place. C. A. FITZ- BURGH, Henry .-,■„, KL-nliur-t P. O. Y\/ r IDOW OF EXPERIENCE DESIRES po- ' • m ion in lodging-house or Email family. Apply 230 Turk st. YOUNG WIDOW WISHES A POSITION AS X typewriter. Call at b7t>y 3 Market st., room 13, second floor. /S"euman~\voman wants A situation v-T as housekeeper or general housework: wages from $10 to $12 a month; city or country. 1404 t»achezst.,bet.Twenty-seve!ithandTwciity-eighih. A' ! : A f £5W 1 B WISHES MENDING IS .1* families hotels or at home: no lunch required: terms reasonable. E., Call Branch Office, cor. Sis- teen and Mission sts. < V OUNG LADY WANTS POSITION as plain X cook and do housework; lives with parents. 22 West Mission st. WINCHESTER HOUSE. 44THUtD ST., NR, '» Market; 200 rooms: 25c to *1 50 per night; $1 f0 to 6 per week ; convenient and respectable; iree bus 10 and from the ferry. Y"tr>-' ' ' LADY WANTS SITUATION AS 1 housekeeper or any 11-ht work. Apjdy 706 Ellis st., room 3, hrs: door. KESSMAKER WOULD liki^ work HdME I ' or go out by the day at $1 50. 301 Franklin st. A MEHICAN LADY WISHES HOUSECLEAN" ■**- lug and light washing by the day. Address MRS. PETERSON, box G, Cull Branch Office, Sixteenth nnd Mission sts. Y ()J - r Xii LADY WISHES A POSITION AS 1 housekeeper. Call or address 40 McAllister st., room 1. \\' INCHESTER HOUSE, 44 THIRD ST., NR. >» Market; electric lights in every room: 200 rooms; 25c to $150 per night: $150 to $ 6 per week free oils to and from the ferry. SITUATIONS WAITED -MALE,. (.<;.< OOK'S BOC BUPPIitKS cSS^TaU, JL . branches: short notice. 1 4 Ueary. ;tel.Grant 46. ] I I". NT Kit & CO., CHINESE AND JAPAN- ' I • ■•'■ employment office, 17 Webb st.. "below K<arriv. bet. California and Sacramento* tel. 231. /illIN!->K AND JAPANESE HELP— EST. 20 \J years: tel. 1997. BRADLKV'S, 640 Clay st. STEADY YOUNG VALET. 3 YEARS' RE F- -0 erences from last place, would like work In pri- vate family or traveling with a gentleman. Ad- dress S. V.. box 108. Call 1 nice. . COTCIIMAN WISHES SITUATION IN PRI- » ' rate place: understands care of horses. cow and garden: city references. Address H. H., box 131, Call Office. wXntkd-by YOUNG MAN. AGE 23. TO- •» ( ill abstainer, employment of any kind; is strong and willing to wok at anything. R. S., 754 som st. WANTED— WORK AT paper-hangino »» or painting. Address R. C. HALL, 1137 Mission sc. MI DDLE-AGED MAN WANTS SITUATION, i'l understands gardening, horses, cows, etc.; wages no object. Address E. F., box 9, Call Olllce. p A DENER— MIDDLE-AGED MAN WISHES VJ place in a private family; single: understands his business. Address J. C, tox 44, Call Office. Vf Ii)DI,K-AGKD~~MAX AND WIFE WOULD I'L like situation on fruit ranch; man well experi- enced in fruit: woman good cook and housekeeper; no children. Address or call 28 Klgnih at., room 68. \\T ANTKD— SIDE LINE on COMMISSION ' » by salesman starting New Year. Address with full particulars S. 1... box 9(i. Call < fli. ■••. \'ol\(; MAN, 23 KAiIS OLD, WISHES 1 position. G. KARLSRUHER, 921 Post st. YOU NO GERMAN A POSITION TO 1 drive milk or delivery wagon; had years' ex- perience. Adrtrefsß. \\\, 321 Ellis st. HA ND MAN WITH CA RPENTER'S TOOLS J a would like permanent employment. Address 11. A., box 17, Call Office. ■ PRACTICAL HOUSE and SIGN PAINTER X with tools wants work by day or piece work. Address Painter, 23 Pleasant st. YOUNG IK MA N| GOOD CARPENTER, i- cabinet-maker, with tools, wants situation: is willing to do any kind of worK. Please i a'l or ud- drpss 120 Valley st., bet. Twenty-eighth and Twenty-ninth. V ° N«~MAN WISHES SITUATION IN FAM- X lly; understunds\care horses, cows, chickens and garden; is a cood'workcr: strictly sober: best references. K. F. THOMPSON'S Hotel, North Berkeley. yi'DSfi MAN WANTS SITUATION DRIV- X ing wagon, either single or double team ; worked In lust place 4 years: thoroughly understands care of horses. Address T. C, box 32, Call Office. "YOUNG MAN WELL ACQUAINTED WITH X city wishes to drive a delivery wagon: ■ butcher wagon preferred. Addres3 1.. L., box 47, Call. .UlltST-CIiASS steam lain ym a -L wants a situation os washer. Address S. L., box 137, Call office. ; , / HI IX 1 Si: AND JAPANESE EMPLOYMENT yj office. J. W. .1 1 M. 637 Commercial at. KjIALu ".iiLi-V -;I»AATEI*.' YYr ANTED-2 PROTBWTAKT Xn^d"f^Smsh " aecond girls, city and country. $20; 2 Protest- ant cooks, American families, ?.-5: German or Scandinavian cook, no wash, $30: maid and seam- stress. $20: a French nurses. $20 and $25; cook, bcarding-house, $25: neat Pro i stunt girl for hous'-'wor*. Alamed«, nice place. $20, and girls of nil nationalities for cooking and housework in city and country. J. F. CROSETT CO., 312 .-utters:. \\' ANTED— NBAT YOUNG IRISH GIRL Foil " cookintc ana housework, 3 In family, $20. J. F. CROSETT CO., 312 Slitter st. THIRST-CLASS (iEKMA.V COOK. CITY, $30; 1 cook, VisiUia, $30: housework girl. Nevada, 3 in family, $25; Mare Island, s2s- Mill Valley, B2s: Alameila, $25, 3 in family; i os Gatos, $15, good place; 6" good housework ;irls. $20 to $25: 10 young girls to assist. MISS CULLEN, 105 Stock- ton Bt. i. . . V IKST-ULASS CHAMBERMAID AND LA UN- X dress: good place; $25. Apply MISS CULLEN, 105 Stockton st. - i :''■.■-:-'.:■:■!■' W KT NLTks B FOB OAKLAND: $30. APPLY MISS CULLEN, 105 Stockton at. -.- ; . MIDDLE - AGED FRENCH OR SWISS woman for second work for San Rafael : $25. Apply MISS CULLEN, 105 Stockton s:. "YYT ANTED — GERMAN OR SCANDINAVIAN ; »» girls for housework, $20; French maid and seamstress, $25; French nurse, $25: German nurse, $25; young girls to assist. LEON ANDRE, 315 Stockton st. - AM E H 'AX COOK, $30; SWEDISH OR GER"- -i, man coo!;. $30; cook, country, £25; 4 house- girls. 936; 2 bonseglrU, $20; Swedish woman by the day, $1 50. MRS. NORTON, 315 Sinter st. INFANT'S NURSE, GERMAN GIRL, $25; J. German nurse, $20. MME. • LEOPOLD, :20 Stockton st. • ..• -.-- ■'.. .■ ■-?:-,'-',•.... ■:,.:■.-,-.■ . ■■-■; ■■ ; SITUATIONS FOR FIRST-CLASS MALE AND KJ female cooks, hotels, restaurants and private families; neat, respectable girls for chumberwork and waitress; experienced nurses and "young nurses. Oakland Employment Bureau, 872 Broad- way, J. P. JOHNSTON A CO. __^_FnEt.P^WAS^TED— Contlnned. GOOD BUSINESS ?. WOMAN WANTED TO take charge of an agency. Address W. C, Call Office, Oakland. SLP TVANTKD-ronrinnM. USINESS WOMAN WANTED™ TO arpe of an agency. Address W. C, Call and. LADY COMPOSITOR WANTED: SOc PER 1000; call early. BROOKS <fc BLAKELY. 25 Seventh st. . -, ■ : ■ WANTED— GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE- work. 532 Hayes st. OUNO GIRLfFOR housework: sleep home. 19 Steuart st. „ GIRL FOR . GENERAL HOUSEWORK. AP- VJ^ply between 9 and 12, 100 McAllister st. IRL WANTED FOR HOUSEWORK. APPLY VJ at 1307 Leaven worth st. INISH EKS AND APPRENTICES ON X pants; steady wont. 545 Market. Y'H'SO GIRL TO ASSIST IN GENERAL X housework. 1013 Buchanan st. p OOD TAILORESS ON CUSTOM COATS AND VT make buttonholes: good wages. 22 Buss st. ANTED— TO ASSIST • IN LIGHT " housework. Call at 1602 O'Farrell st. ; "YTEAT GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK; ■11 small family: wages $15. 2502 Fill more st. fl IRL FOR LIGHT HOUSEWORK ANDTAKE vJ care of baby ; sleep home. 625 O'Farrell st. \\r ANTED— YOUNG GIRL TO ASS IST IS '» light liousework. 800 Hayes at. THIRST-CLASS GIRL; GENERAL HOUSE- -1 work: 4in family; wages $25. Apply immedi- ately, 610 Shotwell St.. bet. Twentieth and Twen- ty-first. -• -:. WANTED-OIRLB FOR A COUNTRY DANCE »» hall, Inquire at 35 Taylor st., room 1, from 10 A. M. to 10 P. M. . VI I SHE US AND APPRENTICES ON X coats; steady work; good wages. 541 Market. WANTED— FINISHERS ON CUSTOM COATS; »» must work in buttonholes. 433 Clementina st. V"EAT CI KL FOR LIGHT HOUSEWORK, 1 4 -1-1 to 16 years. 1616 Sanchez St.; OUNG LADY" WITH MUSICAL ABILITY TO 1 travel with small theatrical company. Call Winchester House, 44 Third St., room 1. 1 to 3 P. M. YOUNG GIHL~TO DO LIGHT HOUSEWORK X and care baby. 987 Harrison st | ' i'_r NEAT GIRL TO ASSIST GENERAL HOUSE- J-i work; wages $15. Apply 1634 Ellis st. ERMAN GIRL FOR "GENERAL HOUSE- J VJ" work in small family. 3.3 Scott st., nr.|Page. piRL>TO WORK ON. COATS AND PANTS'. vT 421 Broadway. • ■•. _ ANTED— YOU2JG LADIES TO LEARN A »" complete course Tin millinery; will guarantee them positions In spring. Call at the New Insti- I tute, 121 Post St., room 51. H E MOST RELIABLE DRESS-CUTTING I school is 605 Fell st. MRS. R. L. JONES. rpAII.oRESSES, ALSO FIRST-CLASS WAIST- -1 finishers wanted. 504 Sutler st. RE.SS.UAKERS — FIRST-CLASS SKIRT- XJ makers wanted. 504 Sutter st. AIRDRESSING, 25c AND MORNING Hand ev'gclassPs;lo lessons.sl 50. 1248 Mission. LAWRENCE PATTKRN HOUSE— DRKt.S- Xj cutting school. 1231 Market St., bet. Bth and 9lh. UPIi.S WANTED; POSITIONS GUARAN- I X teed ; patterns 26c up- latest skirts 35c. McDO W- ELL's Lressmaklng Acauemy. 213 Powell st. \,f os i CONVENIENT AND RESPECTABLE; I>l Winchester House. 44 Third St., near Market; 200 rooms; 25c to $1 50 per night; $1 60 to $6 per week; free bus to and trorn the ferry. WINCHESTER HOUSK, 44 THIRD. NEAR '» Market— Electric lights in very room: 200 rooms: '-5c to $160 per night; $1,50 to $6 per week: £>■»»<} bus to and from the ferry. T ADIKS TO PELL MANHATTAN EGG FOOD; JU is the best. C. KKRTELL, San Mateo. T a dies INSTRUCTED IN HAIRDRESSIXG, Li rnnn'.curin;, face treatments, removal wrinkles, etc.; clrs-j or private. MRS. BUTLER, 131 Post. PP.OFE3SOK LIVINGSTON'S DRESSCUT- X ting mill making school : all branches. 702 butter. MALE HELP WAMED. FanTeD^OLD MAN TO CA.RK FOR »• country place, $5 month and board: tiemak- erjj veste ranlener on >harv»s: German or Scan- dinavian cook and baker for institution. $40 and found, and others. Apply to J. F. CRoSETT & ' CO., 628 Sacramento st. RANCH TEAMSTER AM) WIFE TO COOK, ! It $80. R. T. WARD <fc CO., 6QB and 610 Clay st. POTWASHEK, $25; 2 DISHWASHERS, $25: X first-class hotel. C. P. HANSEN & CO., 110 | Geary st. \\r ANTED — FIKST-Ci.AS.-s WHuLtSALK »' grocery salesman: must be well acquainted with the import. ng trade. Address, witu refer- ences, i.. W. ... box 185, i all Office. "L"M»:st-clTss~cl7m7k salesman wanted. J Address, statinr references and where for- merly employed, Cloaks, box 115. Call Office. \»- AN i KH- SIOAMEN. APPLY 10 STEUART '» St., upstairs. EAMEN FOR El RdPK, SOUTH AFRICA 0 and Melbourne. 103 Montgomery aye. • \ Y ANTED — A FIKST-CLASS JiN^KCiKTIC »" advertising «olici:or: none other need apply; cash paid on contracts. 123 California St., rooms 33 and 34. , .■ -* !ys; \\r a'xtkd- first-class GROCERY CLERK, references. SULLIVAN BROS., «fc Natoma IJARBER— GOOD WORKMAN FOR COO N- I 1J try: $12 waies through the winter and $16 in the summer. t!815 Sixteenth st. " I ) ARBER FOR SATURDAY. 1630 MISSION street. ( 1 1 "BUSINESS WOMAN~ WANTED i TO " J take charge of agency. Address W. C.,"Call <"•:!;.■•• Oakland. / OY TO PRESS ON PANTS; MUST KNOW X) how. 319% Ellis st. OOD COOK WANTED. 427 LARKIN vJT street. pOOl) DISHWASHER FOR RESTAURANT; VT $12 and room. 23 Stockton st., upstairs. *> \\r ANTED— YOUNG MAN TO CUT MEAT IN >> a butcher-shop YO Hayes si. \\r A N T B i i— S A i7esm"en7 $1 OIV LESS WILL »» start you. 613 Kearny st. l ANTED — .STRONG 4- MULE TEAM TO '» haul mineral water from As or;; Springs. Ad- , dress A. ASTORG. 108 Fifth St.. San Franc sco. ENERGETIC MAN FOR OAKLAND: SMALL i x!i capital required. I)., box 89. VJAS TO WORK FOR HIMSELF; flO KE- i'l quired. X.. box 74, this office. ADY WANTS ELDKRLY MAN AS PART- Xj ncr wi-h $100: well Having manufacturing business; larzc profits: incoming partner to help in factory and deliver goods. Particulars 5 Mason' St., room 1. PF.IJULAR DINNER— SOUP, MEAT, POTA- IV toes, coffee, all sc. Miners' Restaurant, 533 Commeicial st. ■ ■ x _, I)I. LIABLE MAN WANTED As PARTNER J v in establlsho.l cash business; pond for $85 to $Bf> per month: can be increased: capital required $.0.». JOHNSTON A; CO., "tiJ o Kearny st. I 7" BARBERSHOP, WITH BATHS, IN •iT X lU. lively country town; running 2 chairs steady; shavtnt; 25c; owners in other business: this Is great bargain; don't miss it. Call on STOLZ' Rival Barber Supplies,' 630 Market st. HOEMAKER-SHOP FOR SALE CHEAP; AC- k? count sickness: nice sunny place. Apply th s] office. I»aTbEH FIXTURES FOR SALE; REMAIN Dor remove: at a sacrifice. Call at once, 1656 Mission si., near Thirteenth. \\T ANTED— STUDENTS TO LEARN THE »» barber trade at »an Francisco Barber College. For particulars call or address 116 Eleventh st. rnUJj.-RAIi.KOAD HOUSE 633 COMMERCIAL X s:., below Montgomery; single rooms 15n night, for two: best at San Francisco Bui ber College. liars call or address 116 Eleventh st. ILKOAD HOUShr»33~CoSfME"RCIAL v Montgomery; single rooms ISc night, : best and cleanest house m town. 117 ANTKD-ENEROETIC- YOUNG OR MID- »* die-aged man; permanent employment; must have $40 cash. J. A., box 63, Call Otlice. Vir ANTED — MEN WITH $2 UAN.Kft.RN -"» from $2 per day upward. 1614 Rausch st., from 10 to 12 a. m. - . ' h .pHRISTMAS GREKNS— WANTED, EXPKRI- \J enceil men to make wreaths and garlands; w.<\ges $3 to $:> per<lay. Address C.CROCKFuRD, Col ma. Sun Mateo County, or call a;. 39 Post street, 7to 9, evenln.s. . . ■ "' Y\T ANTED— IF YOU ARE A CATHOLIC AND »» of fair education and appearance and want work, apply to J. N. UDELL, 7 City Hall square. I V ]• W WALDO HOUSE. 765 MI-SION. BET. [ i.' Third and Fourth, near.v opp. St. Patrick's Church— l inform my friends and patrons that the house is now ready for the reception of guests. No labor or expense spared in putting the house in I first-class condition. I thank my friends and patrons lor their past patronage and hope for con- tinuance of same* Best house on Pacific Slope: no nark rooms; best lighted and ventilated house in I city clean, quiet: a reading-room: one bed in each J room; prices from 15c up. per night, $1 upper week. J. BITTKRLIN, proprietor. USB DALE HOUSE, 321 KLLIS ST.— SINGLE XV furnished rooms, 20c: $1 per week. ■ 1/iAMEJN TO TAKE LODGING AT lOC, 15c 1 \'\J and 20c a night, including coffee and rolls. 624 Washington St., near Kearny. I ANTED— MEN TO GET BOTTLE SHARP steam beer. sc; bottle wine, 6c. 609 Clay st. - ANTED— SINGLE ROOMS, 15c A DAY; $1 week; rooms for two, 25c a day, $1 50 a week; reading-room: dally papers. 36 Clay st. EN'S SOLING 60c: LADfEV 40c: DONE while you wait. 638 Market, opn. Palace Hotel. pORN ICE-MAKERS ,- W ANTED ■.: AT THE I \J Forderer Cornice Works, 224 Mission st. -i. EN'S SOLKS.SOc; HEELS, 25c: DO.NX IN 15 minutes. while you wait. 1197 Market, cor. «th. ANSION HOUSE. 961 MISSION, N R. SIX ill — Thoroughly renovated; refurnished; 100 rmn, I 26c night to $1 60 week: clean; quiet; readtng-rtn. BARBERS- FOR EMPLOYMENT CALL BEC- X> re'Rrv Barbers'Asso., Grant are. S. FOCHB. \*EN'S SHOES HALF-SOLKD " 40c, LADIES i'l :85c; done in 10 minutes..: 959 Howard st. , \,\7 INVHESTKRIToUSK. 44 THIRD MT.. NKAR . T» Market; 200 rooms, '25 cents a uicht; rt-ading- room: free bus to and from the ferry. V ■; ,■. ; T INDELL HO USE, SIXTH AND HOWARD- Xj single furnished rooms: 75c week, 15c night. . :' ARBKK«, FoR EMPLOYMENT CALL si.'- Barbers' Assn.. 12 Seven: h. H. KU NERT. EARN A TRADE— OR PICTORIAL J painting taught lor $5: great opportunity I) LEVY, 35 Eighth St., San Francisco. , HELP WANTED— Continued. OARBEBS^PROTECTIVB~UNIOX EMPLOY^ i> incut secretary. CONRAD TROELL. 657 Clay. TIT ANTED- LABORERS AND MECHANICS ■ '•to know that Ed Rolkin, Reno House proprie- tor, still runs Denver House, 217 Third St.; 150 large rooms: 25c per night: $1 to $3 per week. I TREE BEER— TWO SCHOONERS FOR sc; x also a bottl «of lager, sc, at t*37 Clay St. WANTED— MEN WHO bcflffOT RECEIVE " their wages to place accounts with us; law and commercial collection; no charge unless successful. K.NOX COLLECTION- AGENCY 110 Funer, r. 4. WHAT CHEEK Huij f ,,j.».-. n Cn.l.iii,.>iu " St.: 100 outside rooms, best spring beds; single rooms, 20c a day; Pi a week: meals. 10c. "Vf OZART. 313 ELLIS, ROOMS 25C TO 50C I ■*'* night. $1 25 to»s week: reading rooms. I/* REE COFFEE AND ROLLS. 704 SANSOME; -•^single rooms 15c. '20c a night. $1 a week. BEST IN CIT i'— SINGLE ROOMS. 16, 20 AND 25 cents per nit;!-:-, SI, SI 25, $1 60 p»r week. Pacific House .Commercial and Leldesdorff sts. j A 1 1 A MEN'S SECOND-HAN DED SHOES.SOME n:\i\J nearly new. -25c to 81 25. 562 Mission st. 'TRY ACME HOUSE.. SI.V 7 MARKET ST., BE- | *■ low Sixth, fora room: 25c a night; $1 a week. I JUST OUT; NEW MACHINE FOR REPAIR- -0 ing shoes: call and see; half-soled In 15 min- utes, done while you wait; all repairing done, by machinery: nil repairing at half price: work guar- anteed. • 662 i Mission el., bet. First and Second. agents wasted. ieather suspenders; strength XJ and comfort; agent's sample, worth $1, for 65c prepaid. Russet Leather Co., 317 S. Grant st., Stockton, Cal. : AL IFOR N IA mutual BENEFIT SOCIETY \J wants good agents to work its accident and sick Insurance; liberal inducements offered. J. W. HaNNA Secretary. Murphy building. FURNITURE WANTED \ BSOLUTELV HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR A second-hand furnituie and carpets by Luudy Furniture Co., 813 Market at.: callora^nfl n<><»iiil. ASH PRICK. PAID FOB UHAliuna. J .v- -\J COB SCHWERDT. 821 Mission, bet. 4th <& sth. A UCTIONEER J. C. Ml I'HER. 719 MARKET xi- St., pays highest cash prices for furniture. HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR FURNITURE, IX carpets, stoves. BROWNE, 103 9th; postal. XT O. KRASKY. CARPETS. PICTURES. XX. folding, iron beds, furniture; low prices; CaL •■'<-!. :a<lr!er mannfacM for rh<> trnde. 779 Mission. BOOMS WANTED. ybcNG m aTPv^ants "smXliTfuunS h : ed i- room, with breakfast and dinner, in private family; state terms per week; reasonable. Ad- dressS. F., box 134, Call Office. - ' T»Y DRESSMAKEB— SUNNY ROOM; USE OF it parlor; private house. A. R., box 2. this office. BOARDING WANTED. YV" A^T^r7irH^MiE~lTrTpß7vA?E~~iviMTr/Y *" in Western Addition for brother and sister. adults. Address, stating terms, W. A., box 46, Call. STORE WANTED. T\?TN^rEl)^sTtniur^ » » rooms: rent about 8 15. Address Store, box 47, Call office. WAMLJJ-iilsUt-I.A.A>iiOU9. A^T^D^VoU^r^V^TCTir^IF^IT^NEEDS »» repairing: best worK at half the regular price. DEUSS, watchmaker, 126 Kearny St., third floor. Q ELL YOUR BOOK B, CLOTHING AND JEW elry to A. KLEIN. 109 --ixth St.; -send postal. CLAIRVOYANTS. QTTRTTG^rriuEliT^S^O^R^A^E^ir^ROai O cradle to grave. Parlor 2. 865Va Market. THEL GRAY, CLAIRVOYANT., CARD- Xj rea>;er; charms given: diseases diagnosed. 1031 Market st. A I ME. RAVENNA, SITTINGS DAILY: I*l names given, 25c up: systems taught to play races and* sure tips given. 828 Howard, bet. Fourth and Fifth*. . A PROF. F. EUGENE, PROF. F. EUGENE, 1728 MARKET sT. HEALTH, WEALTH AND HAPPINESS :; ; for all who consult him. Remember Prof. Eugene is permanently located in San Francisco; don't fall to call; read his Sunday's advertisement. 1728 Market st. VI ME. DR. THOMAS, SCIENTIFIC REVEAL- IrI er by eggs and cards: tells entire life, past, present, luture; consultations on all attaint: noth- ing excepted; names given:- good advice: sure help: restores lost love by sympathy, mistake Im- possible; fee 41; letter $2. 929 Post St.. nr. Larkin. A UGUSTA LEOLA, FORTUNE TELLER: A maglo charms: love tokens; true picture of future wife and husband: teaches fortune- telling: develops clairvoyance, slate writing, etc.; has the eevea holy seals and the Palestine wonder charm; fee Si upward. L'3~6 Mission, nr. Twentieth. A I M i ■:. ARNDT, BEST GERMAN FORTUNE- -I*A teller: only 50c and $1; show you the picture of your future husband or wife. 724 Harrison at. WEST CLAIRVOYANT AND CARD READER D on earth ; ladies and cents, 26c. t 206 Fourth st. PRESENT, PAST AND FUIURE. 25c. M M e7 X LEGGETTE. 811 Tehama st., near Fourth. /CLAIRVOYANT AND LIFE READER: LA- \J dies 25c. '230 Clara st., bet. Fifth and Sixth. ME. MOREAU. BEST MEDIUM: REVEALS i'l past, present and future up. 764 Howard st. PROF. LEON. CLAIRVOYANT, PALMIST, X trance charmer, has no equal: valuable advice, reunites lovers, causes speedy marriage, removes evil influences: troubles healed. 533 Post. 9to 8. S" I"TARLTGHTr.7.\7^.\T.\^\!.\\t'.V.STARLiGH:TI-0l "TARLTGHTr.7.\7^.\T.\^\!.\\t'.V.STARLiGH:Tl- 0 Thousands Lave consulted her miraculous pow- ers during the past week, and their testimony is a living witness to the soundness of her advice. Valuable mines have been located through her In- terpretation of dreams. Starlight, the Egyptian Seeress, reunites families, aids despondent lovers and elves you pictures of your future husband or wife. The mightiest of the many mediums gives advice Insuring business success as well as domes- tic happiness. Consult her ere the star of your des- tiny declines oefore the darkness of despair. I Her magic charms are proof against all evil influences. Secure one to day. Parlors I and 2, 865 V» Market. pHARLES BROCKWAY HAS A FEW HOURS V-"' left for private development. Prices within reach of all. Phenom. seance Tuesday eve. inde- pendent slitte-v, ri :i tigs daily. 330 Ellisst. pIHCLE TO-DAY. MRS. MAYO*STEERS. ME- \J din in, 101 Grove St.: sittings dally. p YPSY MEDIUM AND PALMIST: ARTICLES VJ read: sittings 25c. 1003 Mission st. . < TSR. WOOD, INDE PEH I> XT SLATE- 1' writer and trance medium. 597 Ellis st. A IKS. c. J. MEYER. TRANCE BUSINESS I*l medium; circles Monday and Friday evenings. 2514 V-! Sutler st. \MtSa. J. J. WHITNEY, CLAIRVOYANT I*l trance medium: sittings $1. 218 Stockton st. [^astern STAR planet-seeress and J-i psychometrist; consultation 50e. 917 Market. RS. MAYO STEERS. TEST AND BUSINESS -t'l medium: readings daily. 101 Grove, cor. Polk. MEDICAL. .;.;•■- RsTdR. G. wr^COTTT2I9 " POWELL STi— I*l Specialists in female complaints and diseases of the eye; Consultation free. \ BLESSING TO LADIES — INSTANT RE A lief for monthly irregularities (from whatever cause) by the most experienced ladles' physicians In San Francisco, restores all cases by an improved method, superior to others; ladies will save time an ' money, be assured of honest treatment by consulting the doctors before calling on others; patients who have been imposed upon are spe- cially invited: homo in confinement: treatment warranted : advice free, confidential. DR. and MRS. DA VIES, 14 McAllister St., near Jones. ANEW PROCESS— NO MEDICINE, INSTRU- 2\. ments or worthless pills used; every woman her own pnysician for alkieniale troubles, no mat- ter trum wha: cause; restores always in one day if you want, to be treated safe and sur» call on men's physician ;knowled tee can hes-ntaml used at home- an cases guaranteed. DR. POPPER, 318 Kearny st! ALL FEMALE IRREGULA S RE- Jrv stored in a few hours; safe and sure relief at time; travelers helped at once: home in con- finement; French pilis guaranteed; cor.sult fre «- MRS. DR. WYETII, 916 Post st., near Larkln. riIABER'S •• INFALLIBLE PREVKNTIVK "" 1 for either sex ; smd 2c for information or 50c for trial jar. TAYLOR CHEM. CO., box 1896. S°F. I 1 /H mE^u7 JUAubE i"' * *'*!MALE- REGULA J-i ting Pills: strongest, safest, best: never fail- l\, per^box. WIDBER'S drugstore; 14 Kill, lbruierly cor. Market and Thiru sis., sole agents DR. HALL. 14 MCALLISTER STREET NEAR __^ones.__piseaBes_of women and children A SIRE CURE FOR ALL FEMMF msl -fV eases, from whatever cause; a home in eo£ V\V I'RAE'S FEMALE REGULATING PILLS: RleH a KnV^v en i cm r^nagogue; Si P « box RICH A RDS&CO., druggists, 406 Clay st. , sole ag'ts. ASp^;? ™MUAND MOTHER'S CARt XV MP.\ DR.I INK'S, 1416 Elgh:h St., Alameda. I)^., O , OI)WIN MAKKa A SPECIA LTV OF tiwi ?n nn e^ Of " 101 1 * 1 " 1 restores all irrefrularl- regulator S2; home for patients. 1870 no charge: f!Kulator_»2^home for patients. 1370 Market sV. \i^*n« )K - PRIVATE HOME IN h«,r !"" nenl: "■ rp ßUlanties cure«l In a few hours without operation: pills $2. 419 Kddv st. ■ A LPKAU'S FRENCH PILLS. A BOON TO J " m) ' 1^!.^ 1111 "regularities: no danger: i^.mi .« uro: : S3 60 express C. O. D.: don't delay nntil too late. OSUOOD BROS.. Oakland. Ca!. / ]F IRKK(iILAR OU ANY i KM AI.K DISKASB J- see Mrs. Dr. Pneu and be content. 2541^ 4th. , A T I OKN KM T- I. A \\ . A DVICE ■'iREErDJVOUCE a NO PRObXtK iW A * °P eclal '/ J : "uin. superior, Justice ana twS?.VF B: terms reasonable; collections, eta ' u.w.HOWh.au'y-ut-.Hu, «r»0 Market,. orSim-iiloa W X.. ATTOBKISY-AT-LA YfJW -I_*1 _* Cah.'ornta «t.. ru '°' 14-16; adflc« »<»<»• I b i c k* c les. ;.-■: ~~~~~ ~~,, ■ PARK CYCLK.itY Ni:w W H KKLS ~TO~LET: AUlßier »^«)innioUationß. Termiuua Uaarv. Mo personals. __._„ T S MKSnr6^Tt.nST YOUR ADDRESS. ±J Dr. CABRIGAN, 12 Leroy place. ANTED— THE ACQUAINTANCE OK A " lady or gentleman with rreans to improve a business. Address M. W., 829 Stevenson St., room 20, city. ■•■■■■ ■■■■■■•:.• . BRANCH OFFICE UNITED STATES LAUN- JJ dry. I*3 Ninth st. J. A. KEi'JNE. _ : _ VINE LOT OF DIAMONDS — WILL SELL I JP them for little more than will pet at the pawn- shop. Address Diamond, box -17, CalL; * 1- THE RAZOR EXCHANGE, 630 MARKKT -fV St.. any old razor exchanged or rete-mpered equal to any that can be bought; also uncalled-for razors 75c each : better than razors bought lv stores. \IRS. M. 11. OBEB, HKAPQUARTEIiS OF ±\i Ypsilanti Union Suits and Equestrian Tights I Jams Underweer: Ober Corsets for stout figu es. Sole agent for Equipoise Waists, .Tonnes Miller goods ami Gertrude baby outfits; great reductions; send for catalogue. 34, Geary St., .san Francisco. I'fREE OF CIIAItGB --. " -F To examine our Xmas rocker, enameled cream and gold upholstered silk plush, at $6: before pur- chasing see our pnces. California Rattan Com- pany, 55 to 61 First st. ■ •:■■'-■'%:>■'■ DVICE FREE; DIVORCE AND PROBATE _ _ laws a specialty: | suits, Superior, Justice and Police Courts: terms reasonable: collectlQns, etc. G. W. HOWE, at! 'y-iit-1.-.w. 850 Market, cor. Stockton. T> ag CA RPETN WOVE TO ORDKB.FOR _«AL_7 XL also chenilie-wove ran, silk-rag portieres; deal- er la carpet twine in hank or chain at lowest rates. GEO. MATTHEW. 709 Fifth St.. Oakland, Cal. \f ANICURE PARLORS: LADIES 25c, AND -iTi gents 50c; flrst-clKss work. 131 Post St., rtn. "JO. Tlf IDDLE-AGED GERMAN GE N T LE AI? _»JL with good farm home near city wishes ac- quaintance of respectable woman or 40 of some means; references exchanged. Address BURGiIR, box 97, San Mateo. ■:■ -\ ANTED— TO COMMUNICATE WITH CON- "» sumotivewitb sonie money. E. W. ROGERS, M.D., 729 California at. ___ JM. O'NEILL AND L. E. PHILLIPS HAVE O • formed a co-partnership, under the firm name of O'NEILL & PHILLIPS, for ihe practice of law, .with "iiicesa: rooms 725-72"( i Spreckels Building, ; AJEW HIGH-GHADE $105 BICYCLES FOR -i-> $40. Address Bicycle, box 47, Call. T A VEKIiK HAIBDRESSi NO PARLORS Xj moved to 30 Kearny st. (over Maskey's); wigs, switches, doll wigs of real hair, $1 60. SUPERFLUOUS HAIR REMOVED PERMA^ 0 nently by our new treatment without slightest ' injury to the skin; superior to electric needle; write fof particulars to the Curtis Co., dermatolo- gists, Chicago. Free trials given, and sold at La Verite's Toilet Bazaar, 30 Kear uy St., San Fran- ciaco. OPERA-POTPOURRI, GIVEN BY \J Vocal Teacher Joseph Greven, in Odd Fellows' Hall, on the Bth of January, 189t>; admission 50c; tickets In NEUMANN'S piano-more. 82 Ninth st. ADIE EVANS, COSMETIC PARLORS. 850 0 Market St., room 42. . HICKS' DETECTIVE AGENCY— A DDRESS- XI es located: experienced and tried men for city and country; watchmen and guides furnished; information and advice strlctlv confidential. Call or write HICKS, 610 Spreckels bidg, 927 Market sc MRS. DR. PAUL MEYER.THE BEAUTY J.'A doctor in the city, has removed from 504 Sut- ler st. to 1219 Polk, hear Butter. AIR-DRESSING ANY STYLE.U.Ic, WAVING XI included: excellent switches and front nieces forsl: hair chains made to order from $2 60 up; strictly one price; established 1869. 11l Stockton, st. B. SPITZ, G. LEDEKER successor. "VTEW PROGRESSIVE WINDOW ANDHOUSB --' cleaning Co. ;Hoors scrubbed :contracts:day.wlc or mo. F. CARNOVAL _ C 0..29 Ed_y. tel. 5. 252. "LX>R FINE POULTRY AND «AMK GO TO A. J HTRASSKK. 78 and 79 Center Market. TRANCING (BALLROOM OH STAGE)TAUGHT; U private or class. IRVINE'S. 927 Mission st. \.| ISS DIN AN; SPECIAL SALE IMPORTED i»l hats; $8 to $10; stylish hats, bonnets, $5 up. 11l Stockton. T A VERITE lIAIKDRKSSING PARLORS XJ moved to 30 Kearny st. (over Maskey's) ; wigs, swltehL'3, doll wigs, to order. LANKETS, FLANNELS.ETC.: FULL STOCK: also Yosemita blankets, California \\ oolen Mills 536 Commercial, nr.Montgmry. Factory Petaluma. tohn SMITH HAS REMOVED TO 7-329 t) Sutler St., between Stockton st. and Gran: aye., where the best of coal can 03 had at, lowest 1 rices. »1 A ROOM: CARPETS CLEANED ON THE «3>l- floor. 206 Leaven worth st. EST FOOTWEAR AT F. L. HEIM'S, 121 Grant aye. ; prices suit the times. ' -;■.; • TpLECfRuTLIGHTS IN EVERY ROOM— WIN- J-J Chester House, 44. Third St., near Market: 200 rooms, 25c to $1 50 per night; SI 50 to $6 per week : tree bus to and from the ferry. SCHOOL OF MAGAZINE AND NEWSPAPER O illustration; day and evening classes. 424 Pine. NE MOKE CUT— ~~~ ■ <..'-.>■'■:■'■ \J Oak Roll Top Desks. 14 to !}!35 Oak Chiffoniers From 10 up Oak Bed Sets.. : $17 50 up Oilcloths and Linoleum* 30c up Stoves and Ranges..: " :....; ".."..'♦3 up - Thousands of bargains. - We keep ©very - Cash or time payments. J. NOON.'.X, 1017. 1019. 1021, 1023 Mission St., above ;-ixih. T?GYPTJ AN HENNA, $lj HA I RD PER- __ fectly harmless. Langley-Micbaels Co.; all chemists: Hubbard's 923, Hauptli's. 1156 Market. HE ECONOMY, 40 SIXTH ST., BETWEEN" A Mission and Market: millinery; hats trimmed for 25c: hats pressed, 25c : feathers curled, sc. T IBERAL ADVANCES ON DIAMONDS, JEW- J_ elry, etc. : lowest rates. 918 Market st. 1 Ml") ft BUSINESS CARDS, $1 50: TELE- -IUUU phone "Black 141." HILL.724V. Market. QUITS MA DE~ TO ORDER OF ELEGANT O remnants for $10; samples and self-measure- ment on application. LEON M OS, Merchant Tailor. 1332 Market at.. San Francisco. . QECOND-HAND AS WELL AS NEW BARsC O showcases, counters, sheJvings, mirrors, desks, safes, chairs, scales, et<*., and a very large stork 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. - OLD BUILDINGS BOUGHT AND SOLD; \J store fixtures, doors, windows, lumber, pipe, etc. : cheap. Yard 1166 Mission st,, near Eighth.- /COLLECTING, TRACING. SHADOWING AND VJ locating at GRAHAM'S Agency, 330 Pine st. ©TO SUITS TO ORDER; SAMPLE BY MAIL. iS>XJJ NEUHAUS. Merchant Tailor, 115 Kearny. CLOAKS, CAPES AND SUITS RETAILED AT \J mfrs' cost. Factory. 20 Sansome St.. upstairs. / \LD GOLD, bILVER, GENTS 1 AND LADIE*" V/ clothing bought. COLMAN. 41 Third st. WINDOW SHADES MANUFACTURED TO /T order by WILLIAM McPHUN. 1105 Marke- DKKSSaiAKJiiiS. DRESSES CUT~AND i FITTED? S37"dRESSE3 popular prices: engaeenipnta by day. 11 Geary. EDUCATIONAL,; L'^TD^^cTlO^L^E^cSEir^VlTL^G^V^lN- structions in English branches and music for board. M. S., box 137, Call Office. RS. MELVILLE-S4NYDER, 519 VAN NESS aye., piano, singing and elocution in all branches; drama and opera specialties; ladies and gents coached for private theatricals. : " ■ VI I SS BOLTE'S SCHOOL. 2297 SACRAMENTO: -LA board, English, French, German, piano, $30 month: separate French kindergarten: coach. "YTUSIC AND THE DRAMA— FREE INSTRUC- i-'J- lion in vocal music, elocution and acting; stage rehearsals; successful debuts guaranteed; pupils titled for concert, 1 hoir and stage. Office hours 2 to 4, rooms 123 and 121, 1236 Market st. ELOCUTION-DRAMA, ni.L-ARli. PHYRI- -Li cal culture, voice culture. OLIVE HOFF SCHROEDER, 299 Hyde st. ; call otter 1 r. m. PaNisiiTf ;•.r. m 1 1 . i , ma X: MODERATE. OMeister.4Chaft School Languages, 122 O'Far;ell sc H BALD'S BUSINESS COLLEGE, 24 POST ST7 Bookkeeping, business practice, shorthand, typing, electrical engineering, telegraphy, modern languages rapidly taught. Write for catalogue. VfIGHTSCHOOL-.UEALD'S BUS. COLLEUE:2I ■i> Post : commercial, shorthand. English: low ra>e» VIOLIN, MANDOLIN, CELLO. BANJO; ItEA- sonable.- PROF. FRANCIS. Id::.' Valencia. . iEMISTRY AND ASSA 1 »O. i I' \ N ING- V ham's School, cor. Geary and Powell sts. AN FRANCISCO BUSINESS COLLEGE, 1 US S Market; send for cm.: day »nd evening session. IoIIN, MANDOLIN, GUITAR, CORNET taught. Prof. L. MERKt, --'• (.•enr>-trpftsocablB KLASCO'S LYCEUM SCHOOL. OK ACTING- -L> Private theatricals arranged; pupils rehearse* on stage. R. 5 «fc 12. 1. 0. O. F. block, ahanti Mark»;. ochool ELECTRICAL, CIVIL. mining, me- -0 chanical enuineeri'i,^, surveying, erchitecmre. »»say: t-siab. 64. VAN PER NAILLKN.723 Mitt. \ WEEK'S NEWS FOR 5 CENTS — TiiiS A' WEEKLY CALL. In wrapper, for mailing. LOST. ~ 08T— CERT£PCATE CHARITY LODGE, F.! and A. M.. No. 7.7. N. Y. ISAAC P. SMITH, care of 11. Holies, 618 Battery si., S. F. 1 OST— ON NIGHT OF DECEMBER 6. 1595, 4 li near seats 15 and 16, H, north, in Mechanics' Pavilion, one gold ring in imliatiou of double coil of tope with square knot at top. Any person find- ing same and returning li will receive a reward of ■?ft. .\rtiln-.s.s Kill", boy 17. this Office. _____ ____________ fcOl'M). N""aAKLANIi F.iiAT, MONDAY. I". Hsi; AddressG. L. WAKIiMAN. Bank Of California, IriOUND — TH-T^GREATEVTr ALL-AROUND stock accordions, mandolins, banjos ami guitars In the city ; prices lower 1 him tin- lowest. KEENE'3 I'ioiu'er >'■ uaic-store. H Third st.. corner Mnr..ft. FINANCIAL. PERSONS wil • wan;' ; Ti)TTkr"cfnt X interea a year 0:1 their mone/ should consult 1. W. k.nT/. A t ■<>.. 401 California at. ANY SIM OF MONEY ; ADVANCED :OX 7\ your furniture, pianos or real estate; lowest n>.t*: call and state your proposition or write: oDea evening-. _J. NOONAN. 1021 Mission st. v^.7 PHYSICIANS. ■.-■-. ■.'. Xl Mov BO— DbI C. C. O'DOXNELL TO~no IX Market at. Diseases of women a specialty.