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LUCKY DOG WAS BID UP Winning a Selling Race Proves Expensive for the Sprint er's Stable. LOGAN WON A HANDICAP. Jobbery Was Suspected in the Fifth Race and a Change of Jockeys Was Made. The stable of Burns & Waterhouse cap tured the cheap five and a half furlong dash that opened the day's racing at the Bay District track yesterday, but it proved an expensive win. Lucky Dog was pitted against a cheap lot of "crabs," and start ing a hot 4 to 5 favorite he won walking from Conde, with Catch 'Em in third place. The giant son of imp. Darebin was I entered to be sold for $500. Frank Taylor, ! the owner of Conde, who finished second, bid him up to $1500, the stable retaining him. An aboveboard part of the trans action was that Mr. Taylor did the bid ding himself and did not send a potato "THE CALL" RACING CHART. Courteenth Day of the Winter Meeting of the California Jockey Club. Weather Cold. Track * Heavy. Bay District Track, San Francisco, Friday, January 1896. and up; conditions; allowances; purse . J3OO. Index. Horse, age, weight, j St. Btr. P-pt(lng. Op. Cl. 448 Lucky Dog, 5 120 5 onde. 6 120 1 555 (HUh'Kni, 6 107 3 600 Coleman, 4 1!:: 2 540 \\". L. aiunsou. ii.109 11 546 I'odit;a,6 117| 6 Vtrdette. 4 10lj H ISIS llyman.a. 117 7 560 Uncertainty, a.... I*o l 10 895 Playfnl. 4.. 105 4 Hal Kisher. a 120 9 1 ii - '.3 4 i 3 2 91 61 5 1 12 3 3 44 Y£ 5 li 9y 2 10 3 11 81 62 1 2 3 2 44 2 4 63 64 it 10 11 w 1 2 Doggett I 23 Bnaw 3li i K.Jones 4 4 T. Walker ! B 1 C Sloan j 6 10 ,\V. Flrrin 7 1 Bozeman j 8 2 liinrichs 9 2 Coady 10 4 Weaver , 1 1 8 I-. Lloyd ! I 4-5 '7 7 12 12 \t 15 6 i2O 10 10 4-5 10 12 15 15 25 30 - 6 40 8 25 Good start. Won easily. Winner, Burns & Waterhouse's br. h., by imp. Darebin-Lou Lanler At £IS minutes. Time. 1 :09 :< 4 . sp i 1 iNi) BACE— Seven furlongs; t . course: purse $400. ; conditions; allowances: inside ! Horse, age, weight. St. Vfc str. i Fin. I Jockeys. Betting. op. ci. 5M Hennanita, i..:. .115 4 33 2 3 13 671 Zarai;oza, G 1-0 7 5*4 4 4 3 3 507 Regan. 4 120 S x 5h 4 5 49-J Vernon.4 120 :<■ 13 lh 21 4t54 Imp.Endymlon,B.lo3 1 t> l•> 64 til 818 Tom Clarice, 4 133 5 71 7 7 472 Fin Slaughter, a .117 2 SI :< 1 5 2 ' ■,! 123 ti ■!=, pulled up 13 14 H. M;irnn ! •-' 2 ' 2 1 L. Lloyd ; 3% 3V 3 C. Sloan 4 3 4 3 iDo.gett 5 3 5 6 Coady ;... 6 4 620 E. Slaughter ... 7 7 Anderson '. Hinrichs j I 3 10 8 6 2 4 20 10 4-5 40 20 15 3 8 60 20 Good start. Won easily. Winner, J. G. Follansbees blk. m., Dy Fresno-sister to Jim Douglas. y THJKD BACK— One mile and a furlong; handicap: purse $500. Index. Horse, age, weight. ndex. Horse, age, weight. I fit Bid. *A 1 2 \*A Str. | Fin. j Jockeys. ! o BeU MS Logan, a 110 1 2h 2h 22 SS :2 3 11 Dosgett . 1^ 616 Little Cripple, 5.. 102 842 M 2 S3 H6 SlO 2li ( oa.H- ..' "1 8-5 865 Fred Gardner, 6.. 96 4 liuili : l^ iu 11 -^ 320 Cochran^ 5 659 Roma, 4 92 2 KU 4 4 4 ' 'A 4 (Jarner. ,6 Str. Pin. Betting. Op. Cl. ting. Cl. 1 5-2. 7 5 Good start. Won easily. Winner, Alex Shields' t>. h.. by Voltigeur-Pen. Time, 1:57. 588. MwSllSv^Jwm.****™ 1 ' furlcngß: BellinK: four-year-olds and upward; conditions; Index. Horse, age, weight. Si ' V4 i Str. I i'in. , Jockeys. 1 3 Doggett 2 3 J. Chora 3h Bozeman 4 6 Cochran 5 6 ißallard 6 3 Burns 7 2 McClain 8 3 H.Martin 9 3 C.Russell 10 10 Hhaw 1120 Hlnrichs 12 Peoples IS !c Sloan ; I Betting. ' Op. Cl. 264 TheJudpe, 5 120 r>:.s Chartreuse 1, .107 1235 (Duke Elevens, 6.. 112 668 • lleStonewall.4.lol 489 omrade, 6 117 ; 652 Imp. Empire,a...ll7 538 Mlddleion.6 117 •340 I Martinez 5 120 £05 My Sweetheart, 4.lll 617 Kathleen, a 115 (509) Gold Dust, 6 110 501 Hetal, a 110 628 Joe Hill, a 117 3 1 3 2 4 4 1 21 7 52 4 3h 9 7^B t> 101 8 82 10 91-3 5 Ki" 13 ■ IS 11 11 1 12 12% 1 1 3h a i 5 5 7 41/3 9 8 10 6 11 ! 12 13 ~TT-\ 3V a I 2 li 4 a 54 7 8 9 10 6 11 12 18 2 6 8 4 8 7 15 8 10 4 IB 100 , 10 4 6 4 7 12 25 30 15 8 20 30 25 G ood start. Won easily. Winner, Z. A braham's b. h., by Imp. Loyalist-British Queen. At post 17 QUt£B* 1 1111''. I'. 1 I *>. ll<>n' il • RACE ~ Flve and a half furlongs; selling: three-year-old fillies; allowances; purse Index. Horse, age, weight, s;. ndex. Horse, age, weight. j St. 14 xi, j S 4 j Str. (568)iSummerTime,3..102J 7 4 1 3h I2 iA (506)|LaMascota, 3....103 4 32 44 I\i 645 Easel, 3 99 6 lh 11 32 474 Tennessee-Maid, 3. loo 1 22 2V. 45 518 VlrgieA, 3 100 5 54 54 54 619 City Girl. 3 97 S 6V« 7 7 570 |Mlnniell,3 107 2 7 6 5 6 2 1 Ifip. :ng. Cl. 1 2 I Earner I 2 6 Coady SI McClain 4 4 K. Jones 510 Cochran 6 3 Keidy 7 J. Ciforn 1 e-l 6-5 10 3 10 10 20 6 4-5 6-2 30 10 25 100 12 smrnu < t« S ' ? i"m^ N l O 10 hallClily ' Winner ' El rrimero stable's b. i., by Fitzjames-Springlike. At coil '90. Uo^TailoVance7f^e nSS(lnSldeCOUr3e): BelUDg; < -year-old S and upward; condl- ! Horse, age, welsht. St - Vt Vz tt ; Btr. Fin. JocKevs. I o^ ett 1 li/ W. Flynii 7~ 2 3 Shmv 6 3V2 i Combs 20 420 jßozeman ....... 3 6 3 i". -laughter 10iJ 6% 11. Martin 6 7 1 McClain 12 8 1 Doggett 3 9 Wiikins SO Betting. Op. CL ting. CL 5 8 30 16-5 100 4 8 75 682 EUle,3 100 8 11W 1 \V* 465 ( iilulo.-ue, 4 120 5 3 1 2 3 671 Alexis, 5 126 4 71 K4 552 Skalkaho, 3 102 7 9 7h 579 Green Kiver, 4....120 8 41 42 667 Valiente, 3 108 B 6b 6V 2 496 LonsD'Or, 5 123 1 2 h 3 h 575 FlFi.4 120 9 8h 9 1213 Manhattan, 5 1281 2 5 2 5h i 1 4 24 33 4 1 6 3 IP I* 15 2 3 8 5 43 6V a 6*5 7 1 81 9 Good «aru Won easily. Winner, C. J. Quiuu'sch. f., by Fello.veharm- Elsie S. At post 14 "THE CALL" RACING GUIDE. To-day's Entries at the California Jockey Club, Bay District Track. In races where the horses have no record at the distance to be run the records at the next nearest Clstar.ee are given. ucotwi Abbreviations— F.. fast: Fa., fair: H., heavy; m., mile; f., furlong; *, about. FIRST RACE— About six furlongs; maidens; three-year-olds. Index. K.-st Lbs record. Dist. Lbs Tk. Annie B 102 . 1282 Collier 304 679 Miss Lucy 102 471 Harry O 104 674 Globe '104 674 Attiams 108 .. . . 674 Little Jimmie.. 1 109 '.'. '.'.'.. 466 Japan 104 674 Joe Terry 107 . i .... J. liih'y (irovrr ("levr-land-by Kelpie Idaho stablo Suniiain-Liidy Collior .... 11. Floyd I Kt-d Iron-Mollie Wutkins .... F. O'Konrke limp. Trade Winrl-Dolly S .... li. Scbreiber imp. Keene-Plnkey .... \\ . 1). Randall limp. Invcriifss-Amnity .... E. Corrigan Lonjcfellow-F.ena B M.T.Donovan Linden-i-11 .-»■♦■ ::~s ißurusAWaterlioiisf, Flambeau-Imp. Teardrop .... .... KECOND RACE- Five and r. half ; selling. Name. I Best : : Lbs record . : Dist. Lbs Tk. 666 i MaiorCook 102;l:07%4 5i 2 f 583 Sea Spray 97 1:14^ 6f 577 '..-orKe Miller... 103|l:13V* 6' (583)iToano 11011:063a 5V a f ', 573 Malnitay 10811:13% 6f (611) Hymn 11.7 1:13 *6 f • i7 i'ertiapa 97 I:O7V* si/a» 302 [Monitor 97 1:15 »6* 105 V... F.M.Taylor ; Bulwark-sister to Violet iIOO F... I>. siebenthaler Imp. Mariner-Maranette lib h ... \\ . It, S:ann.'ld Ix)ftin-Kmma 111 F... Wm. Bloombaugh.. Lonefellow-Salara lYi E - ? ik T ton st »ble imp. Marln-r-QueenEmma 1111.t... L. Lloy.l Himyar- nalt 110 F... Neil & Coney , Koscusko-May Viley 91 F... .California stable — ; Imp. hir Modred-Visalia THIRD KAC'K-Onemile; Norfolk stakes. 1 Name. i i Best I Lbs i record. Dist. Lbs Tk. Owner. (681) Ros-bud 112 1:411, lm 444 Peter 11 110 l:4H 4 1 m (SKtJ. l!<Tmanlta 105 1 : 381/4 7 f 580 FlasbliKht 117 1:41 1 m 2H7 1 avory 104 1:15 6f 5H5 Imp.MarKuby. 110 1: 445. 1 m " ««1 Midas Up 1:41% 1 m 105 F... U\imsA\Vaterhous(! Ty ran t-Kose maty 1"K Ka. Klmwood s ock fnu Imp. Brut 113- Bonnie Jean lln H.. J. O. iollansbee... Fresno-Sis, to Jim Douglass HH ha. Hope Clen stk frm. Siirirmm-I.aura Winston 104 F... A. V. Miller John A-Lowena R 108 11.. (J. B. Morris <fe Co.. i Hampton-Ornament 93F...1D. Williams I Kmoress Xorfoik-Winona FOX. RTH RACE— Short course; steeplechase handicap: Lorillard Stakes. Name. Best I Lbs record . > Dist. Lbs Tk. (476) | St. Brandon .... 457 Bellrlnger •543 My Luck Lordlike 675 JOC (571) Three Forks.... 541 Janus. 675 Curmel 671 Col. Weightmn. (537) M.-stor 536 Moderoclo 12'J4 Mero.. 680 Lonnleß 435 Little -Mid 160 3:24 •li m 1391F... 150 -2:45 V2 lV 2 m 150 F... 143,3:17 li/am 135 H.. 146 3:24*" *lV2m 122 v... l^j^ec B | mF - -138 1:57 *l m 184 F... HKNii2?36 'Mb 127 H.. 1»6 3:23 •l^Jna 128 F... 130 .\ o rec ' 1 130 3:21% »lVsm,i32 V.'.'. |128 | 1 | J. Brenock Imp. St. Ulalse-ciutnn S. C. Hildrelh Troubador-Boscobelie B.C Hildreth I>ick Whittiiißtn-Luck Now S. a Hildreth IVassel- Ladylike UCKTSOW Klkton stable I Apache-Irene F. Farrar Spokane-Trifle B. fcchrelber Duke Norfolk-Elaine F. M. Taylor Duke Norfolk-Carmen I A. O. Blakely Warfellow-Lessie P :O. Farrar Falsetto- Woodlark |O. B. Morris & Co.. 'lmp. Sir Modred-Preclosa J. Field Wildidle-Precious P. F. Maley Imp. Lonrion-Luella I Del Monte stable... .Imp. Midlothlan-Probabllty ♦Old Index FIFTH RACE— feeven and a half furlongs; handicap. (587) 1374 (676) (494): I Kest j Name. Lbs record. L0gan......: — 113 1:40 GUead 110 1:481/4 Strathmeatb.... 108 1:44 j Gratify..... 82|1i37^ Name. D!»t. : 1 m 1 1-16 lm 7 T Ua 119 118 107 114 Tk. F... K... H.. F... iA. Shields ; Hvcamore stable \a. B. Morris it Co.. /Wesichester stable. Voltiguer-Pert St. Saviour-Mistake Strathmor<f-F!owerofMeath Tfl RACE— Five and a half Kame. 1.,, I Dlst. I ,Tlc.j Owner. .... P.Archibald..... .. F... D. C01eman ....... .... William Di.xon F... M. Ke11y.... . "| 1'... .T. T. Ambrose... '. ' ' Fa C. 11. Jnirkee. H.\ B. S,-hr;eber...;;;;' F... iOdc-11 5tab1e......... l\. H.Jones ........... .... K.Kaufman........ ' K..,J.. McD0na1d....;... j 4 Pedigree. Joe Hooker-Clara L Versailles-cousin Kate Imp. ■ Blackbird 11-Cnarity •Sid-Dottle Dimple • . Bend Or-Idalsreen St. Saviour-Miss Mitford Zorilla-Fraulein l'iTf>Krine-Lady Foster I'owhattan-Hattie Harris Cyclone-Mannle .-. . i Ironclad-Onknown Lbs' i ' "555" "(584) (12141 (459) r>»4 656 472 **'645 Chevalier. H »rry Lewis. . . . Chiuook Hueneme Barcaldine .Beatrice Zoolein... l'.anio.. I Cor Buckngham 1 Rapid ...; 105 1 97 1:13*4 107 100 1:08 ; 97 1:14V 3 , 95 1:10 Vi 103 l:l«V 4 97 1:07% 97 l:08V2 US .Ti I 97 1:0214 I ♦6f ! ! 5'2 f *6f 51.2 f 6f 5y 3 f ; . .. ii'"" "90 *99 95 94 102^ 96' 95 ,£>oledad peddler, or song-vender, or some of that ilk, to do his bidding. On several occa sions at the Bay District track horses have been "boosted" by unknown persons, hire lings of the real instigator, who kept him self in the background, a beggarly speci men of some of the latter-day sportsmen. On Thursday Hueneme was bid up in a selling event and after his owner had pro tected him as far as his purse would per mit he was obliged to let his horse go. The bidder - up was one Howard, out side man for bookmaker Leo Mayer. Mr. Mayer disclaimed any connection with the affair. Mr. Howard is not a man of wealth, but the "association" went good for him. If these are the conditions under which a poor man must race his bread winner, the sooner he goes into some other business the better off he will be. Bookmakers complained yesterday that the play was light. "Why should it be oth erwise? "'Dogs" that it was supposed the curtain had been rung down on months ago again appeared on the surface. The mile and a furlong handicap was the only event on the card that had any class about it. Big bettors cannot be expected to "un load" on the sort of "critters" that started yesterday.. One penciler remarked, "they only back one horse at this track." And the horses that carried. the bulk of the coin in the first five races passed the wire in front. Elsie was the only outsider to win. Harvey's new percentage game has proven such a magnetic attraction that it would not be surprising to see one running in many of the downtown joints, out of sight of the watchful eye of the police. Only four started in the mile and a fur long handicap. Logan was an even money favorite, with Little Cripple second choice. Fred Gardner and Roma were the other starters. Fred Gardner led to the stretch, where the favorite took the lead and won THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, SATURDAY, JANUARY 25, 3596. by a length. Little Cripple. took the place from Gardner by a neck. Cody rode a poor race on Little Cripple. Instead of making his move when Doggett on the favorite did, on the turn before reaching the stretch, he waited until well straight ened away for home, losing his chance for the long end of the purse. Hermanita was backed down from threes to 4 to 5, and won the second event at seven furlongs over the inside course as she pleased, with Zaragoza in second place. Nicodemus broke down, being scarcely able to hobble off the track. The Judge opened a 2 to 1 choice for the fourth race at rive and a half furlongs, and receded to fours. He led all the way and won easily by three lengths. Chartreuse 1 took the place from Duke Stevens. A job was suspected in the fifth event, a five and a half furlong spin. Summer time and La Mascota both opened at 6 to 5. The latter went back to 2% and 3 to 1, and two or three prominent bookmakers made complaint to the judges, evidently think ing the fast mare a "corpse." Coady was then substituted for H. Martin. Easel led to the stretch, where Summer Time, who had been played down to 4 to 5, assumed the lead and beat La Mascota out easily by two lengths. The next race was another cheap seven fuxlong run over the inside course. Elsie, a 5 to 1 chance, led most all of the distance and won cleverly from Catalogue. Fi Fi and Skalkaho, the favorites, brought up in the ruck. EEAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS. Joseph and Caroline H. Wilson to Lucy B. Hol man. lot on SK corner of Filbert street Van >esj avenue, 8 137:6 by E 107:llVs: tb. , same to same, lot on E line of Van Ness avenne, 137:68 of Filbert street, E 37:8, 72:61/8.8 :lli/ 2 : $b. Olof Matt son to Augusta Mattson, lot on NW » of La;;uiia street. 107:6 Sof California, S3O by \V 110; gift. D. L. and Fannie P. Farnsworth toChanning H. Cook, lot on \V line of Baker street, 102:8 V* -V of Washington, N 25 by XV 106:3: $10. John M. Murphy to Marie Murphy, lot on N line of Geary street. 89:9 XV of Wood, W 61 by N 81:3: City and County of San Francisco to Patrick and Margaret Kurisht, lot on SE line of Bowie avenue, 182:6 I**K of Eleventh street, NE 22:6, SE 70, SW 22:6, NW 70; if . ' Pacific Savings and Homestead Association to Albert Gall, lot on 8 line of Temple (Twenty- fifth) re ™ 1 &* ) E of Douglas, E 80 by S 114, "lot 10, block r, Pacific Savings and Homestead Associa tion; I** . Albert Gall to J. B. Lewis, same; $10. Nettle M. Levy to Arthur H. Crane, lot on E corner of Seventh and Natoma streets, NE 75 by SK 25; $10. ... M. B. and Sarah Levy to same, same. Quitclaim deed: $10. J. A. and Mary L. Shaw to Charles L. Üboff, lot on iv. line of Kansas street, 200 S of Yolo, S 60 by XV 100: $10, Charles L. and Caroline Übhoft* to F. M. Freund, Jot on XV line ot Kansas street, 200 S of Yolo, S 50 by W 100; $10. . . . Horace C. Mercer to Thomas Buchanan, lot on S line of Lakes 82:6 E of Third avenue, E 50 by & 100, suuject to mortgage; $10. . Thomas and Mary Buchanan to Horace C. Mer cer, lot on E line of Third avenue, 150 S of Lake street, 8 25 by E 120: $10. John XV. and Annie L. Wright . to Cynthia Leon ard, lot on E line of Twentieth avenue, 132:5 N of It street, N 150, SE 120:2, S 150, NW 120:2- $10. Amelia A. Connor to Melchior Vogel, 10. on XV "00 o* Head street, 175 S of Garfield, s 50 by \V 100, block 44, City Land Association; $10. Odd Fellows' Cemetery Association to Paul Breon, lot i, plat 1. Germania Section; $1. A LAM KIM COUNTY. :N \-^-. and Grace v " Fay to Albert Port Jr., lot on the -N "A corner of the county road (Oakland to San Leandro) and Central avenue, W 266.03, N 281.23, E 35*1.03, S 294.30 to beginning, containing 2 acres, being lots 1 to 15, Central Tract (subject to mortgage for $2000), Brooklyn Township; $10. Charles M. and Ida T. Dougherty to M. J. Lay mance, lot on E corner of new county road irom Oakland to San Leandro and Adeline street, NE 341 by SE 159, block D. oak Tree Farm Tract, subject to deed of trust to San Francisco Savings Union for $6000, Brooklyn Township; $10. M. J. and Mary 1.. Laymance to Mary A. Sur ryhne (wife of Isaac), same, Brooklyn Township; $10. . People's Home Savings Bank to Johanna A. Ruppert, lot on SW corner of Twenty-eighth and Myrtle streets, W 123:6 by S 35, block 624, Oak land; $11). James A. and Celia M. Johnson to J. E. Prewett, lot on E line of Thirteenth avenue, 100 SE of Twenty-first street, 8 60 byE 100, block 128, Clin ton, East Oakland; .$lO. Martin Walsh to Bernard .""perry, lot on S line of East Fifteenth street, 15 Eof east boundary line Of the town of San Antonio, thence E 75 by S 160, portion of Cannon Tract, East Oakland $1. Georg XV. Zlttle to Lottie Zlttle, lots 51 to 55, resubdivision of MacKinnon aud Gohrman Tract, Brooklyn Township; also lots 14 and 15, Pied mont Villa Tract, Oakland Township; gift. William J. Laymance to Edmund J. Shattuck, lot on NE line of Walnut street, 216 SE of Bay View avenue. NE 25, E 150. NW 25. W 160 to oeginning. being the east half of lot 19, block 11, Warner Tract, Brooklyn Township; $10. 11. B. and Laura A. Pinnev to Florence O. Boon lot on E line of Prospect street, 100 S of Chicago avenue, 8 50 by E 115, lots 14 and 15, block II revised map of Prospect Hill Tract, Brooklyn Township; $10. Harry L. and Jessie Coleman to Julia M.Cole man, all interest in the estate of John W. Coleman ; $5. - J' .pypy. J. B. McChesney (executor of the estate of Ella J. Moe) to L. S. Burchard, lot on NW corner Of Harrison and Durrant streets, N 60 by W 150. Oak-' land: $8000. ' Trinidad Villa (by J. A. Webster, Tax Collector) to A. Mecartney, lot 40, block 550, Scott property. Oakland: $8. F ." A una A. Miller to A. rover, lot on N corner of Eighteenth avenue and East Twentieth street, NE 140 by N W 150. block 55, San Antonio, East Oak land; $10. Laura E., wife of S. B. Abbott, to James Morse, lots 23 and 24, block I, Broadway Terrace,* Oak land Township (subject to mortgage of $70) ; $10. James and Angeline Morse -to James O'Boyie same, Oakland Township: $10. ' John R. Glascock (executor estate of XV. IT. Glascock) and Mary A. Blow to Charles and Emma C. Rleseuweber, lot 40, Glascock & Blow Temtscal Tract, Oakland Township; $10. J. M. and L. B. Martinez to Jose Guiilermo, lot on B line of Sixth street. 150 X of University avenue, E 120, N 65 to the center of Strawberry 'reek, thence W to the E line of Sixth street s to beginning, portion of block 85, Sisterna Tract Berkeley; $10. Joseph McKeown to Town of Berkeley, lot on S line of.Dwlght way, 640 W of McGee street or avenue, 8 250, E 60. N 250, XX' 60 to beginning, to be used for public street, Berkeley; $1850. Mary H. Mathews to same, lot on NE corner of Calais street and Smith's subdivision, portion Mathews Tract, thence W 60, N to N line of lands of first party, thence E 60, 8 to beginning, to be used for public street, Brooklyn; $10. Theodore and Ida Wagner to California Guar antee Investment. Company, lots 6 and 7. block 1 • lots 1 to 4. 6, 14, 17, 27. block 2; lots 11, 12. 21* 22 and 23, block 3, Dowling Tract, Brooklyn; $10.' James and Christina B. Park to Lorenzo D. L't man, lots 36 and 37, block E, Elmhurst Tract Brooklyn Township; $10. ' S. M. and Harriett H. Haslett to George H. Ty son, lot on SW corner of Clinton avenue and Wal nut street, W 44 by a 120, block D. Bellevue Tract, Alameda; also lot on SE corner of Clinton avenue and Walnut street, E 49:6 by 8 120, block C, Belle vue Tract. Alameda: also lot on SE corner of Clinton avenue and Cedar street. E 43 by S 120 block B, telle vue Tract, Alameda; $10. Builders' Contracts. Montgomery Block Heal Estate Associates with John Smith, alterations and additions on building in Montgomery block, on SK corner of Montgomery and Washington streets; $1483. Peter r-'lach with K. V. Steinman, to erect a two story building on S Hue of Pine street, 143 Eof Lyon; $4600. Kings and Cardinals mourn in purple or violet, which is supposed to express the combination of sorrow and hope. The cus tom of mourning for the dead in shrieks and bowlines is a great antiquity, and pre vails almost universally among the follow ers of Mohammed. SAN FRANCISCO «•CALL. , • BUSINESS OFFICE of the San Francisco Caix— 710 Market street, open until 12 o'clock every Bight In the year. BRANCH OFFICES— S3O Montgomery street, corner Clay; open until 9:30 o'clock. 839 Hayes street, open until 9:30 o'clock. 713 Larkin street, open until 9:30 o'clock. SW. corner Sixteenth and Mission streets, opea antll 9 o'clock. 8618 Mission street/open until 9 o'clock. 116 Ninth street, open until 9:30 o'clock. . CHURCH NOTICES. 3SS"*" FIR-rT^l^^SfPr-rE^B^^ cotrch. u*-^ cor. Van Ness ave. and Sacramento St.— Rev. Bobert Mackenzie, D.L., pastor; Rev. Edwin H. Jenks, co-pastor. Dr. Mackenzie will preach at 11 A. M. Mr. Jenks will preach at 7:30 p. M. Sunday-school at 12:45 p. M. Young People's So- ciety of Christ Endeavor at 6:15 p. m. Prayer- meeting Wednesday evening at 7:45 o'clock. All are welcome to these services. jK3p» . - SIMPSON MEMORIAL METHODIST "i*-^ Episcopal Church, cor. Hayes and Buchanan sts.— Rev. John Stephens pastor. Residence, 309 Haight st. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. The pastor wiil preach at both service' Subject- at < . 11 „ AM - : " Au Authority's View of the Christian Life. At 7:30 p. m., installation of new Enworth League officers. Sunday-school at 12:30 p. m.. C. is. Perkins superintendent. Epworth League serv- ice at 6:30 p. m. The public cordially invited to all the services of this church. Seats free. Ushers in attendance. Prayer-meeting Wednesday even- lng at 7:45 o'clock. 'JKPV ' lON-SQUARE FREE BAPTIST '»*■*-■' Church (open communion), Bush street, near Larkin— Rev. William N. Meserve. pastor, i sua] services Sunday, the 26th inst. The pastor will preach In the morning; subject, "Straight and Crooked Paths." Rev. Isaac Belknap, associate, y;' 1 ' .preach in the evening. * Sunday-school , at I -In " clock - Juniors at 5 and Y. P. S. C. E. at b:"W. Prayer-meeting Wednesday even ng. Dally meeting In the church for prayer at 2 o'clock, open .1? Y. " ous " to house visitation in the Interest of the church and Sunday-school by Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Belknap. . r uu . NOTICE OF MEETINGS. Bt^jSr* WILDEYENCAAIParE^^NO?2^."L2 ZT/,-i77 0 ' V > mee 's TO-NIGHT In on- 7 ental Hall, Alcazar building. Installation of/\ officers and important business. Patriarchs cor- dially invited. F WILSON, C P. ' A. J. Dhkij.ig, Scribe. ; yz,. * • G£rgp THE MEMBERS AND CONTRTBU- *..n„.J; 0 "i 80 * tne Alliance Fraiicalse are respect- luiiy invited to attend the annual meeting held in .y~ " 0 "L square Hall, Post n., MONDAY, January 2. , at Bp. m. %TT7i^ NOTICE TO THE SHAREHOLDERS ™7 of the Independent Red Men's Hall Asso- ciation— \ou are hereby notified that the annual general meeting of the shareholders of the Inde- pendent Bed Men's Hall Association will take floa °. -, TUESDAY EVENING, January 28. 1806, at 8 o'clock, in the Red Men's Hall, 510 Bush « e l- c- C. B. RODE. President. -p. N. SAMMASy. Secretary. pEgg"-" THE REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING l J^ of the stockhalders of the B'nai B'rith Hall Association win be held at the office of the associa- tion, 121 Eddy st., San Francisco. Cal., on the 12th aay of iebruary, 1896. at 8 o'clock P. M., for the purpose of electing a board of directors to serve for tne ensuing year and for the transaction of such other business as may come before the meeting. . JACOB LEVISON. Secretary. BKS""" . TH! ' REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING "f*-^ of the stockholders of the National Ice Q°?* P »? v "• '" be held at the office of the company, . wir,v, a^* street, San Francisco, Cat., on WEDNESDAY, February 5, 1698, at 11 o'clock a. m., for the purpose of electing a Board of Direc- tors to serve for the ensuing year and for the trans- action of such other business as may come before the meeting. j. T . DONAHUE. Secretary. iOPr„9, lI , EAPE -* ;T AND BEST IN AMERICA— iTk J, *- WEEKLY CALL, sent to any address in the United States or Canada one year for $1 50, postage free. -.-'T-:. • SPECIAL NOTICES. Hp***"-*? MISS MANICURING AND "■"-o^ chiropodist. 1020 Market, opp. Fifth, r. 12. ja^S"*" MISS HESTERN GIVES GENUINE -^ massage treatment. Room 9, 122 Post st. p^T^- CORNS REMOVED WITHOUT KNIFE. ">*- pr Chiropodic Institute, room 11, 906 Market, *^^=* -MRS. WALLACE7IO9 POWELL~St7, »*^ room 23 ; genuine magnetic treatment. nt^S""- MRS. ROBB, 1035 MARKET ST., ROOM ""•^ 8, second floor; genuine massage treatment. j|^S»_BAD TENANTS EJECTED FOR $4? Collections made, city or country. Pacific Collection Co.. 415 Montgy st., room 6, Tel. 5580. i^S-* CORNS, INGROWING NAILS, SUCCESS- «fr-» y fully treated. DR. LLOYD. Lurline Baths. BfcgE"-" WINDOWS CLEANED AND FLOORS »"-*»' scrubbed; reasonable rates: payment for damages guaranteed. C. ROSSI <fc CO.. 242 Sutter. jK^ 3 ROOMS WHITENED. $1 UP; PAPER- y-J^ ed S3 50 uo. 317% Third. George Hartman. (Kgr? A WEEK'S NEWS FOR 5 CENTS— THE "J"-^ WEEKI-Y CALL, in wrapper, tor mailing. SITUATIONS WANTED— FEMAUB. COLORED GIRL, COMPETENT. HONEST, best of city references, wants a situation at cooking and general liousework. For particulars call or address MISS PLUNKETT, 424 Sutter. YY" IDOW, WITH 2 CHILDREN, WISHES -.»» work by the day. or morning work in private family or lodging-houses. Address W. A., box 33, Call Office. \Y ORTHY AMERICAN WOMAN, WITH 2 »' children, capable of doing all kinds of work, good cook and seamstress, wishes podtion: city or country; good home, small wages; references ex- changed. MRS. MILLER. 27 Oak St. SITUATION WANTED BY AN EXPERl- enced middle-aged lady as working house- keeper or nurse to an invalid lady, or to do general housework In American family. Call or postal- card, 834 Folsom st. 1 [EDUCATED GERMAN NURSERY GOV- X erness, with experience and best of references, desires position in an American familv with chil- dren over 3 years of age. Address E. N.. box 137, Call Office. ■RBLIAB LE WOMAN WANTS SITUATION TO J-l no general housework or cooking or take care of infant, or any other kind of work; thoroughly reliable; wages no object; city or country. Please call or address 867 Mission st. OITUATION ~ WANTED TO~P<7 GENERAL O housework by reliable German woman: city or country: wages $8 to $10. Call or address 113 Twenty-sixth st., near Mission. Cl ERMAN, ENGLISH-SPEAKING GIRL OF 1 good manners wishes position in respectable family; if possible, at Livermore. Address T. 8., box 18, this office. AM ERD AX WOMAN WISHES SITUATION as housekeeper or chambermaid: no objection to country. CaU or address 48 Ridley st., near Valencia. Y GOOD GERMAN COOK, UNDERSTANDS American cooking, to do cooking and down- stairs work; city or country. Address G. G., box 72, Call. "VURSE; WILL TAKE FULL CHARGE OF Al infant or upstairs work; best city reference. CaU or address 500 Sutter st. \\7 ANTED— HOME IN REFINED FAMILY xl by an English lady, in exchange for services part of day. Address L. C, box 72. Call Office. LADY WANTS SITUATION AS HOUSE- keeper or some position of trust. Address M., box 32, Call Office. YY^IDOW WITH BOY 3 YEARS OLD WISHES » » situation 10 do housework; small wages; coun- try preferred. Call or address 902 Kearny, r00m 95. WOMA N WANTS PLACE TO HELP IN " kitchen of restaurant or hotel or boarding- house; thoroughly understands her business. Call Or address 744 Howard. < STRONG WOMAN WANTS WASHING, O housecleaning; $1 a day and car fare. Ad- dress 2iy 3 Garden st. or call, open door and ring the bell. . ° YY'OMAN WISHES WORK BY THE DAY; '» washing or housecleaning; $1 a day and car fare. Address 920 Howard st., In rear... EAT. STRONG GERMAN GIRL WANTS j-> situation as upstairs girl or in laundry. N. Y.. Call Office, box 108. li COMPETENT SWEDISH GIRLS WANT SlT- £u uatio s, one as cook, the other as upstairs work and sewing: first-class city references. Call or ad- dress 705 Stockton st., nr. California, too floor. V E A T GERMAN SECOND GIRL AND SEAM- -»-> stress wants a situation; is very fond of small children. Please call at 613 Turk st. \'o;xo LADY wishes SITUATION IN J- hotel as cook; city or country. Call 160 Fourth St., room 29. O WEDLsII GIRL WISHES WORK WASHING O and Ironing or housecleaning: Apply 442 Minna. DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE, 4 DRAW- ers and attachments, $16. Apply 426 Post st. SITUATIONS WANTED BY, SWEDISH AND 0 Danish girls; good cooks; good references; and a Swedish girl for housework, $16. 11^ Antonio st., off Jones, near Ellis. yOUNG widow' WISHES position as A housekeeper. CaU 1020 Market st., room 12, opposite Fiftn. YY^ANTED-GENEKAL HOUSEWORK BY A ' 1 good strong woman; good cook and laundress; best of references. CaU -at 843 Franklin, Oakland. LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S REPAIRING XX neatly and reasonably done. 917 Market St., room 21. y OUNG GIRL WANTS SITUATION TO AS? -1- sist in general housework. CaU or address 125 Turk st. YY* OMAN* WISHES TO GO OUT BY THE DAY 1 1 washing, house, lea ins or will clean windows. 829 Hayes st., basement, near Fillmore. YY' OMAN WITH 3-YEAR-OLD CHILD WISH- -11 es situation as working housekeeper or cook- ing; no objection to country. MRS. M. E. PIERCE, California College, East Oakland, Cal. COMPETENT GIRL WISHES SITUATION AS general housework: best of city references. Appl. 326 Twenty-eighth st. WANTED— POSITION AS NURSE AND general attendant to an invalid. Address M., box 23, this office. ■ ■ .AAAiZp SWEDISH GIRL" WISHES A SITUATION; O general housework; good cook; city or coun- try. Address M., box 11, Call Office, Oakland. yOUNG WOMAN would LIKE POSITION A as housekeeper in lodging-house or assist in ; hotel; best of references. Address S. E., box 68, this office. *, ; ■■ : YY A NTED— BY "A YOUNG AMERICAN lx woman position cooking and downstairs work or general housework in small family; competent in ail branches of housework: would like to sleep at home. Address for one week M. E. 8., 710 Ellis St.; 110 postals. '•>'• USINE>S WOMAN, WELL ACQUAINTED, wishes a position as housekeeper in a lodging- hous m or chamberwork: home more object than wages. Address MRS. P., box 37, Call Office. SWISS GIRL DESIRES SITUATION to do upstairs or general housework in private fam- Uy. Apply Helvetia Hotel. 431 Finest. Y'OUNG GIRL WISHES POSITION TO AS- A sist In light housework or to take care of child. Address 508 Po t st. YY ANTED— SITUATION AS COVER BY 1 1. German girl ; French, Gf-rman and music: good references. Call or address W., Young Womens' - Christian Association, 1221 O'Farrell st. V OUNG SWEDISH GIRL WISHES" A PLACE A to do second work or general I housework in a small family. Address 1042 Army st. - VOUNG GIRL WISHES PLACE TO DO GEN- A end housework. CaU or address 3211 Geary St., near 1 oyce. v Y * JUNG GERMAN WOMAN WISHES SITUA- A tlon to do chamberwork and sewing. Address room 55. Ahlborn House., Grant ; ave. and Bush st. "DEFINED WIDOW WISHES A POSITION AX as housekeeper. 832 Mission St., room 6. AT* OUNG woman wishes situation TO A do light housework. 9 Page st. ::■ ;.?•'* CULTURED LADY~ WITH EASTERN CER- titiciite wishes engagements as teacher of his- tory, literature, mythology, music. v* J. E.,' care of Sherman, Clay & Co., cor. Sutter and Kearny sts. DRESSMAKER — - FIRST-CLASS CUTTER and fitter desires engagements at $1 25 a day; satisfaction guaranteed. Address B. H. A., box 28, Call Office.. .. '.K:. .?,..-. 1 EXPERIENCED YOUNG WIDOW DESIRES , -igood place as housekeeper. 105 Stockton, rm.22. I "yOUNG LADY WANTS A POSITION AS A housekeeper; also a dressmaker; will take work home; very reasonable. Apply 708 EUis.r. 2. SITUATIONS : WANTED-Contlnuetl. ERMAN GIRL WISHES A PLACE IN GER- VJ an family to do upstairs work and wait on ab e. 468 Jessie st. - - » : - WINCHESTER 44 THIRD ST., NR V Market; 200 rooms ; 25c to si 50 per night; $1 60 to $6 per week; convenient and respectable; free bus to and from the ferry. : ■■ T^^TC^TIONS WAN TEL. -MALE. T> C. G. COOK'S SOC. SUI*PIIe^^OOKsTaLL J- » branches :short notice. "1 4 Gearv. -.tel.Grant 46. JAPANESE EMPLOYMENT OFFICE PRO- vldcs best help. 314b Sutter st.; tel. Craut 30. D" UNTER <fc CO., CHINESE AND JAPAN- JJ- ese employment office, 17 Webb st.. below Kearny, bet. California and Sacramento: tel. 231. CHINESE AND JAPANESE EMPLOYMENT office; best help. 414"/ 2 O'Farrell; tel. E. 426. IY|AN, WIFE AND SON WISH TO RUN xxx .ranch on any terms suitable 10 proprietor, or rent house and workday's work. Address M. A.- box 142. Call Office. ■ V K WANTED AS CLERK, SALE-MAN. xx driver or porter: long general experience in city and State; reference if required. Address E. G. H., box 86, Call Office. "DOY OF 16 TEARS WANTS SITUATION IN A* grocery-store to learn the business; lives with his parents: speaks German. Address F. E. 8.. box 23, Call Office. . yOUNG GERMAN OF GOOD HABITS -"-wishes position where he can learn the trade: security, responsibdlty. Box 108, Call Office. T"|ANE WISHES SITUATION; THOROUGH"- --x-' ly. understands horses, garden and general work: good milker, and willing to do any kind of work: references. J. N., 416 Broadway. L) Y A STEADY GOOD SECOND COOK; WILL- xx ing to work as vegetable man or dishwasher: wages no object. Address Cook, 409 Pacific st. PRACTICAL MINER DESIRES POSITION AS -i- manager or foreman of quartz mine; under- stands all underground work, also mine surveying and assaying. Address J., box 53, Call Office. .-- W ANTED-EMPLOYMENT BY A RELIABLE xx man; speaks French and English. Address Steady, O. P., box 61, Call Office. VOUNG MAN DESIRES SITUATION IN THE A country; orchard work preferred: wages no ob- ject: a good home tne thing. Address W., box 15. Call Office. WAITED— POSITION AS WATCHMAN OR '"" In wholesale house by a steady and sober man (German) ; willing to do work by watchman. Please address L. M., box 24. Call Office. THIRST - CLASS FRENCH GARDENER a wishes situation on a private place. Address A. 8., 603 Folsom. . - IV- . '- IDDLE-AGED MAN WANTS EMPLOY- xxx ment at nursing, store work or other light work; city reference. P.. box 167, Call Office. 0 ITU ATION WANTS d"~BY MAN TO CARE kJ for horses and garden in private family: best references. MIKE JORDAN, 128 O'Farrell st. OITUATION", CITY OR COUNTRY, TAKE l-> care of private place; good home more of an object than high wages. Address J. L., box 78. this office. yOUNG,* HONEST MAN (SCANDINAVIAN) A wishes situation as day or night watchman: wining to furnish a few hundred dollars' security if required ; city or Oakland preferred. Address J., box 05, this office. W A .*^ D B 2 JAPANESE; FIRST-CLASS 11 chamber-workers, general cooks and skillful at washing clothes, or first-class dishwashers; citv oriountry. Apply 1012 Valencia st. .. ■ r AN.. ACTIVE AND INTELLIGENT MAN xx* seeks a position as bookkeeper and corres- pondent; city references and security if required. Address A. A., box 31, Call Office. . yOUNG MAN, INTELLIGENT. SPEAKSGER- x man. wishes position as bartender; best of references. Address B. 1., box 63, CaU office. VOUNG MAN OP 20 WISHES SITUATION .7*,. 0 !- any kind ; driving wagon preferred. Apply 525 Natoma st. yOUNG STRONG SCOTCHMAN LATELY x from Scotland; best of character; wants manual labor of any kind. Address A. 8., box 67, Call. BY FIRST-CLASS ' WASHER AND SHIRT ironer. Address W. 1., box 57. Call Office. COMPOSITOR. COMPETENT IN BOOK AND v^ job work, wants position; English and Ger- man. Please call or address 11. F.. 15 Langton st. ~ FEMALE HELP WANTED. "Yir A NT^^afißSElWcooS^is^iOTCONnD 11 girl,; Irish Catholic girl to cook, $20; French and English waitress. $15; waitress, res- taurant, $15. LEON ANDRE, 315 Stockton st. CtOOK. $35; SECOND GIRL, $25; NURSE, $20; \J chambermaid, $15; German cook, Oakland. $25: 12 housework girls, city and country, $20 and $*.•"■: 6 young girls, assist, $10 to $15. MISS CUL- LEN, 105 Stockton st. 9 COMPETENT COLORED GIRLS OR j-i mother and daughter; $30: -Berkeley; good place. MISS CULLEN, 105 Stockton st. Gl ERMAN OR FRENCH HOUSEWORK GIRL; r 3 in family: no wash; $20. MISS CULLEN, 105 Stockton st. ANTED — LAUNDRESS, COUNTRY HO- lel, $20: Scotch. English or North of Ireland nurse. 2 children. $25: cook, boarding-house. $40; . German or French second girl, $20: 3 German cooks. $25 and $30: restaurant waitress, $16, and a Teat many girls for cooking and housework. J. F. CROSEI T * CO., 312 Sutter St. 3 DOWNSTAIRS GIRLS, $25: 6 GERMAN * housework girls, $20. C. R. HANSEN & CO., 110 Geary st. Arm-waitress^ small restaurant; $15. C. R. HANSEN A CO., 10 Geary st. yOUNG GIRL TO ATTEND DELICACY -I store, $20; German preferred. Apply MURRAY & READY, 634 Clay st. , LAUNDRESS, PLAIN WORK, COUNTRY XX hotel, $25. HOTEL G AZETTE, 420 Kearny. p ERMAN GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOUSE- VJwork; wages $15. Apply 113 Vicksburgst., bet. Twenty-second and Twenty-third, Church and Sanchez. m OMAN* TO DO GENERAL HOUSEWORK »' iu country, near Belmont; wages $20. Apply at 821 Larkin st., Saturday. 10 o'clock. References. WANTED — YOUNG GIRL TO ASSIST IN xl general housework; wages $12. 1124 Green- wich st., near Hyde. ESPECTABLE. MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN as working housekeeper, where there are chil- dren; wages $10; good home for right party. Ad- ■ dress R. P., box 24, Call Office. WOMAN FOR HOUSEWORK: WAGES $3 ' per week. 229 san Jose ave. yiiVSGGIHLTO TAKE CARE OF BABY. ■I 738 Ellis st. GIRD TO ASSIST HOUSEWOORK; CARE OF children. 1314a Dolores st. . 1 yOUNG GIRL TO ASSIST IN GENERAL A housework; German preferred. 932 y_ Valencia. GIIRL FOR LIGHT HOUSEWORK; $10. 1518 I Eddy st. - : < yOUNG GIRL TO TAKE CARE OF CHIL- '' A dren. 1308a Leavenworth, near Clay. ... G1 ERMAN WOMAN FOR HOUSEWORK. r 1530 Kentucky st. IpiRST-CLASS GERMAN NURSE CAPABLE ' x. of taking charge of an infant and who under- stands sewing; reterences required. Address T. A., ' box 85, Call Office. Y\" ANTED- GIRLS TO LEARN DRESSMAK- XI in« and millinery in first-class establishment; • good position guaranteed. 121 Post St., room 27, over O'Connor A Moffatt's. . - . Wanted — dressma kers to LEARN i »» how to cut regular tailor system: only reliable system ; no models, charts or squares used. COHN, Ladies' Tailor, 316 Sutter St.. city. ll' ANTED— PUPILS IN MILLINERY: NEW »» term commences this mo. Room 51. 121 Post. THE N. Y. CLOAK SUIT HOUSE LEADS low prices: on sale, 590 dresses. 1210 Market. VjTSS DAISY HAA"KE IS STARTING A MIL- ■I'-l- linery class at her home, 14 Chattanooga St., bet. Twenty. first and Twenty-second; special at tention given to schoolgirls after school hours; a thorough course guaranteed at moderate terms. MOST CONVENIENT AND RESPECTABLE; Winchester House. 44 Third st., near Market; £00 rooms; 25c to $1 60 per night: $1 £0 to $6 per ' week; free bus to and from the ferry. HAIRDRE SSI NG. 26c AND 36c; MORNING _ and ev'g classes; 10 lessons,sl 50. 1248 Mission. LAWRENCE PATTERN HOUSE— DRESS- cutt'.ng school. 1231 Market St., net. Bth and 9th. DRESS-CUTTING TAUGHT, U. S. TAILOR system. 14 McAllister st., rooms 67 and 68. WINCHESTER HOUSE, 44 THIRD, NEAR I ''Market— Electric lights in very room: 200 rooms: 25c to $1 50 per night; $1 50 to $6 per week : i^e bus to and from the ferry. DRESSMAKING. CUTTING AND FITTING at the McDowell Academy, 213 Powell: pat- terns cut to order 25c up; pupils wanted. MALE HELP .: WAITED. . 2 CON CRETE-FINISH ERS. $3 60 TO $4. A day; young French bedmaker: chorpman on ranch; teamster and wife for ranch. $30; cook, $30. R. T. WARD A CO.. 608 and 610 Clay st. AV ANTED— 2 CEMENT FINISHERS; PAPER- »» . hanger; 2 woodchoppers, $1 25 cord; 2 tiers: 2 carpenters and 1 machine blacksmith for Central America,' $6 a day, . silver; r- jobbing ■ gardener, $1 "25 a day and found; 2 miners, $2 50 to $2 75. Apply to|J. F. CROSETT A CO.. 628 Sacramento. ANTED-COOK AND WIFE FOR COUN- '» try hotel, $50; restaurant cook, $10 a week; second cook, waiters and others. Apply to J. F. CROSETT * CO.', 628 Sacramento st. CONCRETE-FINISHER, $3 DAY; 2 FARM- ers, near city: cook for ranch; 2 cooks; 2 wait- ers; barber to take a country shop: * etc.: 'Irish milker. $20. MURRAY * READ* , 634 and 636 ! Clay st. , ;, - :.- ;y .YV ANTED — COMPETENT " BUTLER, COOK "'.for restaurant," $10 a week; window-cleaner experienced, $1 50 a day; etc. LEON ANDRE 315 Stockton st. ANTED— HAND LAUNDRYMAN; GOOD ! all-round man capable of using little star shirt- pollsher: wages to start, $20 and found; a Chris- tian home. Apply box 107. Campbell P. O. yOUTH LIVING AT : HOME TO LEARN A Dusheling: one that can press: preferred; $3 per week to start; chance to improve. - Address Y. L., box 16, Call. - -*.'■■ •-,... ,- FIRST-CLASS SOLICITORS ON public work; : easy . proposition. Address F. W., box 163. Call. y... y ■ _ . * WAITER WANTED AT THE MANHATTAN ■ i» House, 825 Battery st. 7 -■ ■ ■ . . . . ■ ■■■-■■ .'.-■■■ ■■■■ .- ■■ HELP WANTED-Contlnued. a^ber^for^atu^dayT^ootbla^ steady. 871 Market. B - ARBERR" WANTED EVERY SATURDAY and. Sunday. 105 Fourih st. BARBER FOR SATURDAY AND SUNDAY. 816 Battery st. ARBER FOR SATURDAY' AFTERNOON; call from 9to 11 a. m. 112a First st. BARBER FOR SATUR'daY7~I63OMISSION Street. "IFXPERIENCED DISHWASHER; MAN OR All boy ; call early. 32"39y , s Mission st. "OOOTBLACK, WITH TOOLS. 30 EAST ST. UTLER: GOOD WAGES. MISS CULLEN, 105 Stockton st. GOOD LUNCH-WAITER. 629 DAVIS ST., 10 A. M. rx ERMAN COOK. 1530 KENTUCKY STREET. VOR RALE-2-CUAIR BARBER-SHOP; GOOD x locality for steady man; price $100; present owner going East. 524 Battery st. PARTNER PORK AND SAUSAGE STORE; clears $75 monthly; small capital. 335 Fourth. .TffEr WALDO HOUSE. 765 MISSION, 'BET. -L' Third and Fourth— furnished rooms per day 15c up: per week $1 up: open all night. W a NTE D— A N INTELLIGENT, industri- »' ous and sober salesman, who Is well acquainted with the retail liquor and grocery trade in this city; must be able to drive horse and delivery wagon: only active, lively man need apply. Ad- dress K. & Co., box 90, this office. SEAMEN FOR NEW YORK. "EUROPE AND Sydney at 10 Steuart st., upstairs, -y-yp lf|(l MEN TO GET A SHAVE FOR 6c; CLEAN ■AUxj towel to each and bay rum free; haircut 10c; first-class workmen. 14"/ 3 'Montgomery ave. e\AA MEN TO GET A FINE STYLISH, DU- xjxjxj rable calf shoe to order, $2 60. 959 Howard. SALOON-KEEPER TO SOLICIT TRADE FOR a new outside brewery: liberal terms ax right party. Apply bet. 1 and 2F. m., HERMAN, 637 Clay st. RESS-GOODS SALESMAN; ONLY ONE OF experience and ability need apply. Address D. S„ box 37, Call. GLOVE AND HOSIERY SALESMAN WITH a thorough knowledge of his business. Ad- dress Glove, box 83, Call. GOOD PICTURE-CANVASSERS WANTED: good commissions. 765 Market, rm. 10, 9 to 3. MAN WITH $25 TO JOIN ME: GOOD PROP- osiiion. A., box 131, this office. ' WANTED— MEN .WHO DO NOT RECEIVE 1.1 their wages to place accounts with us; law and commercial collection; no charge unless successful. KNOX COLLECTION AGENCY. 110 Sutter, r. 4. BEST MEAL ON EARTH; WELL COOKED;l8 courses, 10c, at Seattle Restaurant, 137 Fourth. BARBERS-GOOD-PAYING 2-CHAIR SHOP; cheap. DECKELMAN BROS., 106 Ellis st. WANTED— SALESMEN of ability' AND '» experience to sell our line of school furniture aud supplies; references required. THE WHIT- AKER & RAY CO., 723 Market St., second floor. BARBER TRADE TAUGHT. MALE - AND female, thorough in 8 weeks: catalogue maUed. San Francisco Barber School, 1515 Howard st. BARBERS— EMPLOYMENT CALL SEC- re'.arv Barbers' A sso., 325 Grant ave. S. FUCHS. ANTED-GOOD HUSTLERS TO CANVASS ' 1 city and country. CaU or address 632 Market St., room 10; P. O. box 2293. ASSOCIATION OF CAL. EMPLOY secretary, P. C. Hamann, 238"/ O'Farrell st. ROSE DALE HOUSE; 321 ELLIS ST.-SINGLE furnished rooms, 20c; $1 per week. VTEW GRANT", 246 THIRD; 200 SUNNY - 1 ' rooms from $1 to $4 week; large reading-room. J' OR THE BEST AND CLEANEST 10c MEAL try 13 y 8 Grant ave.; coffee a specialty. EST PLA' :E IN CITY FOR SECOND-HAND shoes, 720V 2 , opp. Howard-st. Theater, or 129 Sixth st.; misfit shoes bought and exchanged. V 1 W AND SECOND-HAND SHOES FROM -I' 25c up; men's half soles, 40c. 959 Howard st. WHAT CHEER HOUSE. 529 SACRAMENTO ' 1 St.: 200 rooms; best in the city; single rooms 20 and 25c a night, SI a week: meals 10c. WANTED- LABORERS AND MECHANICS 11 to know that Ed Rolkin, Reno House proprie- tor, stiU runs Denver House, 217 .Third St.; 151) large rooms; 25c per night; $1 to $3 per week. MEN TO SELL MANHATTAN EGG FOOD; is the best. C. KERTELL, San Mateo. WINCHESTER HOUSE. 44 I'll RD ST., NEAR '" Market; 200 rooms, 25 cents a night; reading, room: free bus to and from the ferry. I MEN TO TAKE LODGING AT 10c, 15c -H'c" ana 20c a night, including coffee and rolls. 624 Washington st., near Kearny. EST IN CTT f-SINGLEROOMS, 15, 20 AND 25 cents per night; »1, $1 25, $1 60 par week. I'aciiic House .Commercial and Leidesdorff sts. \ *, " A N rED-SINGLE ROOMS, 16c A DAY'; $1 ' » week; rooms for two, 25c a day, $1 50 a week: reading-room: daily papers. 36 Clay st. V V A NTED-MEN TO GET BOTTLE SHARP steam beer, sc; bottle wine. sc. 609 Clay st. VI EN'S 3 -SOLING 60c: LADIES' 40c; DONE xxx while you wait. 638 Market, opp. Palace Hotel. LIN DELL HOUSE, SIXTH ANITho"s-/ARD- slngle furnished rooms: 75c week, 15c night. JJ ARBERS' PROTECTIVE UNION EMPLOY- IJ ment secretary. CONRAD TROELL. 657 Clay. REE BEER-TWO SCHOONERS FOR 6c; A also a bottl eof lager, sc, at 637 Clay st. A_C\t} MEN'S SECOND-HAN SHOES.SOME ■AXJXJ nearly new, 25c to $1 25. 662 Mission st. TRY acme house, 957 MARKET ST., be- A low Sixth, for a room; 25c a night; $1 a week. TEST OUT; NEW MACHINE FOR REPAIR- *J ing shoes: call and see: half-soled In 15 min- utes, done while you wait; all repairing done by machinery: all repairing at half price: work guar- anteed. 662 Mission s:.. bet. First and Second. AGENT WANTED. S*~OMETHI"NG NEW TOE AGENTS: LADIES kJ or gentlemen can make from $3 to $10 a day. Apply 2 to 6 p. it., 1165 Howard st. ALIFORNIA MUTUAL BENEFIT SOCIETY wants good agents to work its accident and sick Insurance; .liberal inducements offered. J. W. HANNA Secretary, Murphy building. FURNITURE wanted ~ a-oTTrice^TpXTdT^iTfu^niture! Ja- \J COB SCHWERDT, 821 Mission, bet. 4th A 6th. ABSOLUTELY HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR second-hand furniture and carpets by Lundy Furniture Co., 813 Market st.; call or send postal. PARTNERS WANTED^ WANTED— PARTNER WITH $200 TO RUN '» ousiness half time; can Inspect accounts. Ad- dress c. c, box 16. Call Office. ' _^ ROOMS WANTED. WANTED 7— CO^ORTAIH^E~^OO^7aND ' » late breakfast: inside of seven blocks of Mont- gomery st. : send particulars and price. C. M. C. box 77, Call. W ANTED-BY RESPECTABLE, QUIET COL- '» ored man and wife. 1 or 2 unfurnished rooms, or would rent small cottage or flat if cheap. W. B . box 157, Call Office. * TTNFCRNISHED SUITE OF HOISEKEEP- xJ ing rooms in Western Addition with private family I'young couple. M. I-'., box 72. Call. _ HOUSES ."WANTED. ; ~ WANTE D^-BY "FEBRUARY 1; "X " SMALL »' cottage of 3 or 4 unfurnished rooms; bath- north of Market, east of Polk; rent $10 to $12; not a basement flat. Address \V . P., box 64. Call Office. Wanted— miscellaneous. ly A NTED— A SAFE OF MODERN MAKE • '» fireproof, burglar-proof box; Inside doors: out- side measurements, about 50x33x30. Address box 29, San Mateo, Cal. "uress VI T A NTED — A GOOD-TONED UPRIGHT » » piano in exchange for large diamond ring. An- dress A. K., box 77, Call Oflice. ..*':.-. TS ASOLINE ENGINE, 3 OR 4 HORSE POWER" VT or small gasoline launch in running order Adl dress J. FULTON, box 34, Napa. WANTED-YOUR WATCH. IF" IT NEEDS JI r F epalr - UR: best worli at hal » the regular price. DEUSS, watchmaker, 126 Kearny st„ third floor CELL YOUR BOOKS, CLOTHING AND JEW" O elrv 10 A. KLEIN; 109 sixth St.; send postaL - ' _' LOST. T ADY'S GPLDWATTJhTinItTa^ -U outside: inscription "From Carl Xmas 1894" on inside. Return 2420 Howard st.; reward L f^nWT*K-5 KEYS; MARKED C. D. 1 oo < y* m lj,! - Y Return. to AHLBARH ACo 136 Fourth st., and receive reward. * LOST — BLACK-AND-TAN TERRIER- HAS Al long rough ears. Finder suitably rewarded upon return to 315*/ 3 Sixth st. rewarded LOST - GENTLEMAN'S LACK POCR'-fc^T" ll hook containing ticket to Chicag£ drafts et," Kinder rewarded by same to Grand Hotel' LOST - BROWN BITCH ~ PIT p. "'rp.-? slightly white. 2115y Jones st.^ 'reward: Ab F T.°. T-W A TE SPANIEL; REDDISH At brown curly hair: reward. 1909 Buchanan st. L°noT tHi COM FORT AND PLEASURE BY GKOKI.-v t ix4? ,y ,lu '' 8 made to order by GEO. BRYANT for $5, 204 lurk St., near Jones. "VI ONEY. BY NOT HAVING MY HOUSE xxx papered and painted by the Co-operative Paper- hanging > ompanv. 635 McAllister st. ■ T^TyT/Ti/:-- ..FOUND. ~~ rT ,^ „ N^~ BLACK AND \VHITiTin>OTTEIC x call 772Vfr Harrison St., city: licence Alameda. pLAIN GOLD RING. APPLY 210 BUSH ST. STORAGE ; . STORAGE OFFURNITURE. PIANOS, HOUSE- hoId goods, etc. .1. M. PIERCE, 735 Markets:. "WILSON BROTHERS. 1710' MARKET- *'r Storage: low rates: telephone South 762. -• UIT DUSOANO LOAN ASSO(II,i 1 lON. CIONTI N I-; N ALBI * I L D [Ml AND L( ) A N A S ■* sociatlon— Home office, 222 j Sansome st., S. F, General savings A loan business. Ed E. Hill, Pres.; OUvei Eldridge V.Fr.; W Corbln, Sec.<tGen.Maa PERSONALS. „__^- pq^RGE^WHYIIIDN'T YOU meet me as» VT agreed? ad mv photo taken, bust cabinets, at CRAMER'S, 402 Kearny st., northeast corner of Pine, only $1 50 per dozen, too. NELLIE. SEARCHING. LOCATING, SHADOW ING, 0 tracing and collecting. Apply GRAHAM * Agency, 632 Markets!., room 8. _ OOUKQUIN'S CAL'A ASTHMATIC PAPER} JJ Instant relief. For sale by all druggists or Cen- tral Pharmacy, SW. cor. Grant ave. and Sutter st. YTIOLETS 5 CENTS A BUNCH; FLOWERS V cheapest in the city. 311e Sutter st. IMPORTED HAVANA, KEY WEST AND ' 1 high-grade domestic cigars at the tobacco bazaar. '627 Devisadero St.. near Sutter. • m EGYPTIAN HENNA: $1; HAIR DYE: PER- jTx fectlv harmless: easily- applied; all druggists. LANG LEY A MICHAELS CO., agents, S. F. \IY WIFE, LOUISA MOELLE.:. HAVING xxx left my bed and board, 1 will not be responsi- ble for auy debts or bills contracted by her here- after. • HE RY MOELLER. TIEN ANTS EJECTED; SUITS SUPERIOR.J US- -1 tices' Courts :collections. A.H00G5.328 Mont'g. THE WOMEN'S" DISPENSARY. LATE OF New York, has located; all the new appliances ana methods for curing diseases; Inflammation, ulceration and prolapsus successfully trea:ed: in- fallible remedies for irregularities: testimonials In office; consultation free. Office, 35 Murphy bldg. EAFNESS— THE AURAPHONE RESTORER lost hearing, cures ear defects: invisible; book mailed tree. F. F. FINLAY, 10 California st„ S. F. TF THE LADY WHO PAID $1 50 YESTERDAY i- for a switch will go to G. LEDERER'S, 111 Stockton st., this week she will find the same for $1; $1 switches, 75c; hairdressing, 25c. <)> fi A ROOM: CARPETS CLEANED ON THE •JP-L floor. 203 Leavenworth st. | ADVICE FREE; DIVORCE AND PROBATE laws a specialty; suits, Superior, Justice and Police Courts: terms reasonable: collections, etc G. Vf. HOWE, att'y-at-law. 860 Market, cor. Stockton. ONE MORE CUT— Oak Roll Top Desks... $14 to $35 Oak Chiffoniers From $10 up Oak Bed Sets... $17 50 up Oilcloths and Linoleums 30c up Stoves and Ranges $3 up Thousands of bargains. We keep everything. .Cash or time payments. J. NOONAN, 1017. 1021, 1023 Mission St., above Sixth. OECOND-HAND AS WELL AS NEW BARS, 0 showcases, counters, shelvlngs, mirrors, desks, safes, chairs, scales, etc., and a very large stock of them, too; be sure and see stock and get prices be- fore going elsewhere. J. NOON AN, 1017, 1019, 1021, 10--3 Mission st., above sixth. MRS. M. H. OBER, HEADQUARTERS OP Ypsilantl Union Suits and Equestrian Tights Jaros Underwear: Ober Corsets for stout figures. Sole agent for Equipoise Waists. Jennes Miller goods and Gertrude baby outfits; great reductions; eend for catalogue. 34 Geary st., San Francisco. FOR FINE POULTRY AND GAME GO TO A J STRASSER, 78 and 79 Center Market. . PARTINGTON'S SCHOOL OF MAGAZINE and Newspaper Illustration reopens Monday, January 6. For particulars address or apply 424 Pine st. "T**faHiffir I*<LECTRIC LIGHTS IN EVERY ROOM— WIN- -1 Chester House, 44 Third st., near Market: 200 rooms, 25c to $1 50 per night; $1 60 to $6 per week; free bus to and from the ferrv. JOHN SMITH HAS REMOVED TO 327-329 Sutter st., between Stockton st. and Grant ave.. where the best of coal can be had at lowest prices. LIBERAL ADVANCES ON DIAMONDS, JEW- elry, etc. : lowest rates. 948 Market st. 1 Ann BUSINESS CARDS, $160; TELE- AKJXJyJ phone "Black 141." HlLL.724* fe Market. OLD BUILDINGS BOUGHT AND SOLD; store fixtures, doors, windows, lumber, pipe, etc.: cheap. Yard 1166 Mission st., near Eighth. CLOAKS, CAPES AND SUITS RETAILED AT mfrs' cost. Factory, 20 Sansome st.. upstair*. OLD GOLD, SILVER. GENTS - AND LADLE* V I clothing bought. COLMAN. 41 Third st. DRESSMAKERS. BRADLEY/ 313 GBARY-7 ELEGAN^STYT^ ish suits made, $5 up. Dresses made over. SUITS $3; SKIRTS 75C; SILK WAISTS, LAT- est style L 50; fit guaranteed. 559 Stevenson. DRESSES CUT AND ["TED, $3; DRESBES, popular prices: waists $3. 11 Geary st. EDUCATIONAL. ELOCUTION— DRAMA, DELSAKTE. X cal culture, voice culture. OLIVE HuFF SCHROEDER, 299 Hyde St.; call after 1 p. K. STUDENTS PREPARED FOR THE UNIVER- . sity, law and medical colleges; day and evening classes. 333-335 Pheian building. GUITAR, MANDOLIN, PIANO AND VOCAL lessons; $3 mo. MARY WESTHAUS. 39Flfth. JOS E PH GREVEN, VOICE IMPROVER. 82 0 Ninth st. "MRS. MELVILLE-SNYDER HAS REMOVED I'l to 620 Sutter st. ; teacher of vocal music (latest Italian methods), piano and elocution; ladies and gentlemen coached in operatic, Shakespearean and ■ other Plays ; appearances arranged. GI X TLB MAN WITH COLLEGIATE EDUCA- tIon will give private lessons in English branches, bookkeeping, mathematics and sciences; . California credentials and references. Address E., box 87, Call Office. . . THE LEADING SHORTHAND COLLEGE: individual instruction; four months' course. Ayres' Stenographic Institute, 325 Montgomery st. EMELIE MELVILLE WILL RECEIVE "a ■J limited number of pupils; thorough dramatic training, reading, operatic and drawing-room sing- ing. 2300 Webster St., cor. of Washington, y _■.-.. / SPA N" 1 1 1 AND FRENCH ACADEM.; CAS-' tilian and Parisian professors; 3 lessons week, $3 month; alsopaintingacademy, flowers specialty, 3 lessons week, $3 month; translation's, Spanish, French, English. 1170 Market St.. room 37. "INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION Look El'-" 1 ing, shorthand, etc. Stiehl's College, 723 Market. PANISH.ERENCH.ETC. PROF.DkFILIPPE'S Academy of Languages: 320 Post; estab. 1871. MISS BOLTE'S SCHOOL. 229? SACRAMENTO St.— Board. English, French, pi.i no. dancing, $30 a mo.; excellent chance for ambitious and con- scientious-parents to give children a superior educa- tion at low figure; term Jan. 2: kindergarten coach. ENGLISH LITERATURE AND MYTHOLOGY class or private. MRS. EH P.MAN", 1234 Bush st. LA SCO'S LYCEUM SCHOOL OF ACTING— XJ Private theatricals arranged pupils rehearsed on stage. B. 5 and 12, 1.0.0.F. block, 7th and Mkt. SCHOOL ELECTRICAL, CIVIL, MINING, ME- chanical engineering, surveying, architecture. assay; estab. '64. VAN DER NAILLEN, 723Mkt. Y lOLIN, MANDOLIN, GUITAR, CORNET 1 taught. Prof. L. MERKI. 225 Geary reasonable PaNISH. FRENCH, GERMAN; MODERATE" •wMeisterschaft School Languages, 122 O'Farrell st EALD'S BUSINESS COLLEGE, 24 POST ST. Bookkeeping, business practice, shorthand typing, electrical engineering, telegraphy, modern languages rapidly taught. Write for catalogue. VT SCHOOL; 11 EALD'S BUS. COLLEGE -24 Xx Post: commercial, shorthand. English ; low ra'-es \7-IOLIN. MANDOLIN, CELLO, BANJO; REA- V sonable. PROF. FRANCIS, 1046i/ Valencia. (X HEMISTRY AND ASSAYING. CUNNING-" U ham's School, cor. Geary and Powell sts. ' Q AN FRANCISCO BUSINESS COLLEGE, 1235 l? Market: send for cat.: day and evening session. CLAIRVOYANTS. " *% 'ISS M I . V I A ; CLAIRVOYANT; PICTURE xxa of future husband or wife. 766*/ a Howard st. CL AI R V AN C Y EXTRAORDINARY'— Hundreds visit mystic PROFESSOR ZAUZIC, occult, scientist, palmist, clairvoyant, 313 Mason- hours 9 to 8; sittings 50c -^satisfaction guaranteed. BEST CLAIRv6y"aNT"ON~EARTH; LADIES and gents; 25c: 206 Fourth st. TYONT FAIL TO CONSULT PROF. LEON, XJ palmist clairvoyant; tells the truth and nothing but the truth. 533 Post. 9to 8 daily ; also Sunday. ADAM PORTER, CARD-READER; TELLS xxx . the past, present and future; ladles 60c, gents $1; palmistry, clairvoyant; sittings $1 50. 126 Turk st., near Jones. MME. RAVENA SITS DAILY; SURE TIPS on races; names given; 25c up. 828 Howard. STARLIGHT READS YOUR CAREER FROM. U the cradle to the grave, Parlor 6. 865% Market. ME. DR. THOMAS, SCIENTIFIC KEVEAL- er by eggs and cards: tells entire life, past, present, future; consultations on all affp.lrs; noth- ing excepted; names given: good advice; sure help: restores lost love by sympathy; mistake Im- possible; fee $1 ; letter $2. 929 Post st., nr. Larkin. UGU-iTA LEOLA, FORTUNE TELLER: magic charms, love tokens; true picture of future wife and husband; teaches fortune telling: develops clairvoyance, slate writing, etc.: has the-, seven holy seals and the Palestine wonder charms; - fee $1 and upward. 2326 Mission, nr. Twentieth. M'~ ME. MOREAU, BEST MEDIUM; REVEALS past.present and future; 26c up. 764 Howard st. ME. STEWART THE CHILD MEDIUM; -L'l great clairvojant and card-reader; seventh daughter of the seventh daughter, has returned 10 ' her old rooms in san Frarcisco; ladies and gents 60c. 917 Market St.. parlors 3 and 4. spiritualism. npESTCTRCLE TO-NIGHT, mme.:yoi 1 605 McAllister st. Sittings dally. ■ ETURNED, MRS. J C. JIEY'ER. TRANCE Ej business medium; dr. Mon., Fr. 2511''. Sutter. GYPSY ME DIUM— M I'l 1 INGS, 60c; SUNDAY'S Included; handsome charms free 946 Mission. R. WOOD, CELEBRATED INDEPENDENT slate writer and 1 ranee medium. 697 Ellis st. Its! J. J. WHITNEY, CLAIRVOYANT tr*nce medium : sittings $1. 21 Stockton st. ' ATTORNEYS- AT-LAW. ~ A DYKE rREE; DIVORCE AND PROBATE laws a specialty; suit*, Superior, Justice and ' Police Courts; terms reasonable; collections. etc G.W.HOWE, att'y-at-law, 850 Market.cor.StocktOß ni J. MURRY, ATT'Y AND COUNSELOR"""! 7 !" 1 .law; advice free. 24 Sixth st., rooms ll 15 WW. DAVIDSON. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW4*ia' TT « California St.. rms. 14-16: advice free. '^^ PHYSICIAN-.. ~~"~ T"J^7i7?LU£iS7p^ University Turin, ltaly. Nucleus h1dg,661 M«k^ OEMOVkD-DR. C. CO'DONNEJiL TO 1208 I IX Market st. ; diseases of women a specialty.