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"THE CALL'S" RACING GUIDE.
To-Day's Entries at Pacific Coast Jockey Club's Ingleside Track.
In races where the horses have no record st the distance to be run the records at the next nearest
distance are given.
Abbreviations— F., fast: Fa., fair: H., heavy; m., mile: f., furlong; », abonu
ARMY AND NAVY NOTES
Bids Will Be Asked for Tunnel
ing the Presidio
Hill.
Death of Lieutenant Gatewood, the
Officer Who Went Alone to
Geronimo's Camp.
General R. N. Batchelder, quartermas
ter-general of t_e United States army, and
Major George W. Davis, the military rep
resentative of Secretary Lainout, left the
City for the East last Thursday evening.
After visiting all the army posts in the
harbor of Sail Francisco they went to Mon
terey and San Jose as the guests of
Colonel A. S. Kimball, chief quartermas
ter of the department.
General Bachelder ana Major Davis
were impressed with the improvements
already made at the Presidio, and it may
be asserted as an undeniable fact that
there -will be powerful influence at Wash
ington in favor of enlarging the facil ities
at the Presidio for garrisoning troops.
A board of survey has been convened in
this City for the purpose of examining into,
reporting upon and fixing the responsibil
ity for the damaged condition and for the
deficiency in certain articles of clothing
and equipage at the quartermaster's depot,
for which Captain Aduison Barrett, mili
tary store keeper, quartermaster's depart
ment, is responsible. The board consists
of Lieutenant-Colonel William H. Bell, j
A. C. general of subsistence; Lieutenant- j
Colonel Johnson V. D. Middleton, deputy j
sureeon-general, .and Lieutenant Frank j
Greene. Signal Corps.
Captain Euclid B. Frick, assistant sur
geon , lias been ordered to report to the
commanUing officer of the Light Artillery I
Battaiion for duty with that command
during the remainder of its absence from!
the Presidio of San Francisco.
Lieutenant George W. Gatchell and
William P. Pence, Fifth, will remain on |
duty at Alcatraz until further notice.
Payments to troops on the muster of !
May 31, 1896, are assigned to paymasters I
as follows:
Major Alfred E. Bates— Presidio of San j
Francisco, Fort Mason and the troops I
petitioned in the Yosemite and Sequoia ]
National Parks, California.
Major Jonn S. Witcher — Angel Island,
Alcatraz Island, Benicia Barracks, Benicia
Arsenal and San Diego Barracks, Cali
fornia.
The post of San Diego Barracks and the
troops stationed in the. Yosemite National
Park will be paid under provisions of par
agraph 1349, Army Regulations.
The troops stationed in the Sequoia
National Park will be paid by the pay
master in person, it being impracticable
to make payment either by shipment of
currency or by individual checks.
Plans for the two double brics barracks
at the Presidio, for which an allowance of
$75,000 was recently authorized by the
Quartermaster-General, are now in course
of preparation, and proposals for con
struction will soon be invited.
In order to obtain a water supply for the
reservoir by gravity and save the expense
of pumping the water over the Presidio
hill, Colonel Kimball will ask for bids to
tunnel the hill. When contractors put in
estimates of the cost the department will
consider whether the amount lequired for
the work can be allowed.
First Lieutenant Charles B. Gatewood,
Sixth Cavalry, who recently died from the
effects of internal cancer at Fort Monroe, I
Va., was well known in San Francisco. He I
was on duty in this city during the time j
that General Miles commanded the de- !
partment.
At the Bohemian Club he was a great
favorite. Mr. Gatewood did not have a
weakness for recounting his personal ex
ploits or adventures in the line of duty,
but when he consented to relate to a Email
circle of friends the incidents of his visit
to Geronimo's camp to negotiate the sur
render of tnat chief the narrative was re
markably interesting. Before starting out
on the perilous mission of going alone i
through a rugged and mountainous coun- i
try to the heart of the hostile Apache j
band he was advised by the commanding
general that the duty was fraught with
exreme peri].
Geronimo took a decided fancy for "Big
Nose," a name which the chief gave to
Mr. Gatewood, and relied fully upon the
assurances which tbe officer conveyed to
the Indians. Mr. Gatewood also enter
tained a high opinion of Geronimo as an
Indian of character and force, whose
pledged word could be depended upon.
At the time of his death Mr. Gatewqod
was awaiting retirement for illness, which
would have been given to him as soon as
he was promoted to be captain. Although
a senior first lieutenant of his regiment he
died a subaltern after a noteworthy service
of nearly twenty years. He graduated at
West Point in 1877. He was buried in
Arlington Cemetery.
Colonel H. W. Closson, Fourth Artil
lery, the senior artillery officer, who grad
uated from West Point nearly forty-two
years ago and has served in the army ever
since, was retired last Saturday. His war
brevets were those of major and lieutenant
colonel for pallaru conduct at Port Hud
son and Fort Morgan.
Colonel Clossou hns seen men from civil
life and favorites of the regular army,
whose service on the field of battle was too
slight to constitute a record, appointed
over his head to the rank of brigadier
general, but it cannot be said that he ever
murmured at the injustice. The injustice
still exists and will continue as long as
persons high in political influence can get
favors from the President for their own
kin at the expense of honest soldierly
merit.
Lieutenant-Colonel Wilson of the Sub
sistence Department, who graduated at
West Point in 1853, retires this week. He
served in the infantry during the war and
was breveted up to brigadier-general for
meritorious service in the field.
Captain R. G. Shaw, First Artillery, re
tires this month. He entered the volun
teers in. 1861 as captain of a Rhode Island
battery and afte"r the war entered the
regular army as second lieutenant, he
was promoted for gallantry at Morris
Island.
The regiments that will be moved from
one State to another this year are the Sec
ond. Eighth, Fifteenth," Sixteenth and
Twenty-fourth Infantry. The list does
not embrace the First Infantry in this
department, so that regiment will be here
another year. The Fifth Artillery is also
safe to remain at San Francisco until 1897
and perhaps longer.
The light batteries of the Fifth Artillery,
now on practice march, will go into
Yosemite Valley. Returning, the batter
ies will reach Monterey to participate in
the Sloat monument celebration July 7.
Tiie report comes from Washington that
the battle-ship Oregon will go into com
mission July L
Chier Engineer R. W. Milligan of tbe
Monterey will be transferred to the Oregon
as chief engineer.
Passed Assistant Engineer Frank W.
Bartlett has been ordered to the battle
ship.
Charles W. Howell of Btockton, Cal., has
been appointed a cadet at West Point.
The Sherman Statue Commission, of
which Secretary Lamont is chairman and
General Miles a member, has decided to ac
cept the model of Carl Kohl-Smith, the
Chicago sculptor.
SAN FRANCISCO "CALL."
BUSINESS OFFICE of the San Francisco Caxi~
710 Market street, open until 12 o'clock everj
night in the year.
BRANCH OFFICES— S3O Montgomery street
corner Clay; open until 9:30 o'clock.
339 Hayes street, open until 9:30 o'clock.
713 Larkin street, open until 9:30 o'clock,
SW. corner Sixteenth and Mission streets, opal
■ntil 9 o'clock.
2618 Mission street, open until 9 o'clock.
110 Ninth street, open until 9:80 o'clock.
NOTICE OF MEETINGS.
H_S=' KING SOLOMON'S LODGE. NO. _~
it-- 7 260, F. and A. M., cor. Geary and __% '
Stoiner sts.— Called mpetinp THIS (MON-^f _f
DAY) EVENING, at 7:30 o'clock. , Second /V^S
degree. By order of the Master. ' ; •
HARRY BAKHR, Secretary.
■r^K= OCCIDENTAL LODGE No. 22, ■>
fSZjBr- F. and -A. M. — Called : meeting _%
THIS (MONDAY) EVENING, June B,^2f
at 7 o'clock. First degree. By order of W. M. r^r\
• EDW. F. DELOER, Secretary.
fj_3s»- HERMANN LODGE NO. 127, F. .._•--
ISZS' and A; M.— Called meeting THIS A
DAY (MONDAY), June 8, 1898. at 7:30 If 3f
o'clock p. m. First degree. By order of the/^^
W. M. :■-•.-■ L. SCHUMACHER, Secretary.
H_^» KIEVENTH ANNUAL PIC- "»„.
»-— me and : family reunion of . the €S_l
Servian Montenegrin L. . and B. Society, ___£■_
SUNDAY, June 14,- 1896. at < California ffIHMI
Srhueizcu Park, San - Rafael. BontsCwMH
leave Tiburon ferry, foot of Marker si.,E_2Seß
at 9:30 and 11 a. m. and 1:30 and B:30 IB San
p.m. Special train will leave park at agW
6:30 P. m. ■ Adult's ticket, round trip, in-
eluding admission to the park, 50c; children's
ticket. 25c. , Grand tombola; first prize $30 cash
and 130 other valuable prizes. COMMITTEE. '
■ SPECIAL/;: NOTICES.
»_2s= BAD TENANTS EJECTED FOR $4;
m^*r collections made, city or conntry.- Pacific
Collection Co., 416 Mont?y st., < room 6. Tel. 5580.
■^gp R. HARRISON HAS REMOVED FROM
»-6 r 1118 Market st. to 11 .Taylor, room 1.
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, MONDAY, JUNE 8, 1896.
SPECIAL NOTICES-Contln.ned. _■•_■
!»__=• NOTICE —"ABANDONED J CHILDREN
SS3p in the Roman Catholic Orphan Asylum
since January, 1896— Martha Frost, age 7 years;
Anna Deeney, age 10 years: Rose Deeney, age 6
years; Margaret McCarthy, age 8 years; Mary Hig-
gins. age 10 years.' Respectfully, ■ - •
g ' B . * SISTERS OF CHARITY.
!__■ ATTORN EY-AT-LAW R. W. KING, RE-
aF-^ moved to Chronicle bldg., room .91; advice
free; debts, insolvency.- legal papers, all cases;
fees low; open evenings, 8 to 9. : ;
■Pip COFF_?rS COLLECTION CO., 235
ittoS' Kearny St.. ejects bad tenants for $10; all
costs paid. Telephone Red 364. •
SITUATIONS WANTED-FEMAXE.
■\TEAT YOTTNn GIRL DESIBES SII'UATION
IN as nurse or housework: $10 to $15; best refer-
ences. MISS C L LLEN, 323 Sutter. ■
OR- RELIABLE .-HELP OF ALL NATlON-
alltles send your orders to MISS PLUNKETT.
424 Sntter eu; tele, main 5472.
EAT YOUNG GIRL: CHAMBER WORK OK
waiting; well recommended. J. P. JOHN-
STON & CO., 872 Broadway, Oakland.
T>EBPECT ABLE"WOMAN FROM THE EAST
X\ would like a situation to do general house-
work or plain cooking and washing: kind with
children. 26 Minna St., bet. First and Second.
T> ESPECTABLE GERMAN WOMAN WITH A
XV child 6 years of age wishes a place as cook or
to do general housework. Call at 149 Perry St.,
bet. Third and Fourth. ' ■ ■ "-' ■-
Q ITUATION WANTED BY A SWEDISH GIRL
O to do general housework. Address care C. A.
ANDERSON, pastor of the Swedish M. E. Church,
29 Lafayette st~, bet. Howard and Mission.
P ELIABLE WOMAN WISHES SITUATION
XV to do general housework ; city or country: good
references. Address M., Branch Call Office, 339
Hayes st. . ■
yOUSO WOMAN, WITH CHILD OF 10
X years, wishes situation as cook in the country.
Call or address 1559Vg Market st.
ady WOULD like a POSITION of trust
as housekeeper or take charge of a hotel or
lodging-house; will give security. J., box 20, call.
A MEBICAN WOMAN WOUL D LIKE PLACE
A- as housekeeper, chambermaid or seamstress
Address room 6, 864y 3 Mission.
YOUNG GIRL WISHES SITUATION TO DO
X chamberwork and waiting. Call for 8 days at
713 Natoma «. . ■ ■
•IV ANTED— SITUATION BY YOUNG GIRL
' » to assist in light housework and take care of
child. Call or address 120 Valley st. .
T^NERGETIO WOMAN; GOOD BUSINESS
J-J tact: wants a position in ihe country; good
cook. X., box 137, all Office.
"CURST-CLASS COOK~AND LAUNDRESS;
X private family; city or country: good refer-
ences. J., box 16, this office. .
"Y OUNG GIRL WISHES SITUATION TO DO
X light housework; 31 Boardman place, in rear.
1 \RESSMAKEK; PERFECT FIT; LATEST
XJ style. 127 Turk st. .
GERMAN NURSERY GOVERNESS, WITH
VJ 6 years' references, desires position: is trust-
worthy and very fond of children. 1585 Folsom.
COOK. GERMAN. DESIRES POSITION IN
•mall American family; wages not under $20.
Address COMPETENT, box 14. Call Office.
A'OUNG LADY WANTS A POSITION AS
1 housekeeper in lodging-house or hotel. 203
Powell st., room 5. . -
17«IRST-CLASS FRENCH CHILDREN'S
-T dressmaker wants, few more engagements by
the day, weeK or month: terms moderate; satis-
faction guaranteed. Address 11. H., box 122, Call.
\,f IDDLE-AGED LADY DESIRES POSITION
i'l as chambermaid or housekeeper, country pre-
ferred. Address (or call after 12) MRS. JAMES,
146 Twelfth su, San Francisco, room 10.
V OUNG WOMAN DESIRES A POSITION AS
X cook or housekeeper. Please call at 118 Eddy
St., room 5. No trlflers need apply.
WIDOW WOULD LIKE A POSITION AS
* ' housekeeper; country preferred. Address E.
L., box 99, Call Oflice.
" A MERICAN WOMAN DESIRES A POSITION
A as housekeeper; city or country. Room 20,
620 Market at.
ELIABLE WOMAN WANTS SITUATION
XV to assist light housework, or will biing up a
baby on bottle: wages very moderate; city or
country. Call or address 19 sixth sU
"you NO WIDOW WISHES POSITION AS
X housekeeper. Call 1020 Market St., or 15
Eddy sU, room 20, second floor. ■ '
ADY AND HER DAUGHTER WISH SITU-
~» at ion to do cooking: best of references: city or
j country. Address L. D., box 102, Call Office.
T^KESSMAKEB WISHES WORK .BY THE
U day in families; terms $1 per day. Address
917 Pacific st, . .---■..
RESSiiAKKR WANTS A FEW MORE EN-
gagements b. the day in families accustomed
to d work ; $1 per day. Address G. W., box
142. Call Office. •■•- ' -
ARRIED GERMAN WOMAN IS ANXIOUS
to get any kind of work by the day at $1 25.
Address G. W., box 60. Call Office.
{1 KRMAN GIRL- WANTS SITUATION FOR
Vir general housework. 129 Third st.
»V ANTED — POSITION AS HOUSEKEEPER
* * or as nurse or companion to a lady ; salary sec-
! ondary consideration. Address E. 8., Call Branch,
• 713 l-arkin.
TVTEAT. RESPECTABLE GERMAN WOMAN
1 _.! wants situation as housekeeper;or lunch cook '
! in saloon ; good cook and housekeeper. 724 Mont-
gomery su, room 11. j
Q WEDIBHGIRL WISHES TO DO GENERAL
O housework; wages $20 to $25. Apply 1136
Florida st.
YOUNG LADY WISHES POSITION AS GOV
X eroess, chamberwork or second work; good
references. S. G., box 17, Call Office.
j \ki IDOW WISHES SITUATION AS HOUSE-
! *' keeper; city or country. Call at 681 Mission
I su room 10, first floor.
YOUNG WIDOW FROM NEW ORLEANS
X with a child wishes a housekeeper's position or
some light work to da Please call 917 Market su,
room 18.
WINCHESTER HOUSE. 44 THIRD ST.. NR.
if Market: 200 rooms: 25c to $1 60 per night:
$1 50 to $6 per week; convenient and respectable;
| free bus and baggage to and from the terry.
SITUATIONS WANTED—
pfuNT^^"c^?cl7lNE's^^?rDyAPAl?F^E
XX employment office, 17 Webb si., below Kear-
ny, bet. California and Sacramento, tel. 231.
/CHINESE AND JAPANESE EMPLOYMENT
V/ office; best help. 4141/2 O'FarreU: teL K. 426.'
/"CHINESE AND JAPANESE RELIABLE
help; tel. Main 1997. BRADLE 640 Clay.
FC. U. COOK'S SOL. SUPPLIES COOKS; ALL
. branches :short° notice. ]4 < iearv. tel. Gram 46.
JAPANESE AND CHINESE EMPLOYMENT
O office; best help. 8148 Sutter: tel Grant 30.
JAPANESE INTELLIGENCE OFFICE, 413
O Stevenson su, bet. Fifth and Sixth.
W.JIM. CHINESE-JAPAN EMPLOY-
. ment office. 637 Commercial: tel. black 1261.
Af AN AND WIFE (SWEDISH) WOULD LIKE
i'l- to take care of gentleman's place during the
summer: city or country; can give the best of
city references: no family. Address C. H ALLEN,
317 Fremont st. —
YOUNG BOY, LIVING WITH MOTHER,
would like to get a place on milk ranch or
fruit farm: a Rood home and kind treatment more
an object than wages. Call or address CHARLES
P., 8 Essex st. ■ .-' • ■ •
LECTRICIAN— POSITION WANTED BY A
Xli strong young man to learn electrician trade:*
had 2 years' experience: will start with small
wages; can furnish good reference. Address E. E.",
box 134, Call Office. ■
OBER AND RELIABLE YOUNG MAN
desires position in office or store: thorough
knowledge, of bookkeeping; speaks German
and English: first-class reference. Address G.
BOSSKKO, 34 Hill st.
ARBEK— SITUATION WANTED BY A
good young barber, to work steady. Address
E. E., box 134. Call Office. * >i.--.-.. /
Y OUNG GERMAN, 18 YEARS OLD, WISHES
X work in a saloon. CONRAD SIEDEL, 1147
Howard st. '*■■■■
OUNG MAN WANTS SITUATION IN AN
office; can do shorthand and bookkeeping. Ad-
dress B. A., box 131, Call Office.
SOBER AND WILLING YOUNG MAN
(Danish) desires a steady job of any kind; will
drive wagon. Address J., box 140, this office. . . • ■
ROFESSIONAL ACCOUNTANT OFFERS
his services in the experting of books, opening
and closing of partnership accounts, writing up
books and general expert work. Address P. C,
box 137, Call Office.
WILL PAY $20 TO $50 TO ANY ONE SE-
curing me steady employment. . Address S. E.,
box 137, Call Office.
COACHMAN AND GARDENER AND RE LI.
".-' able man about place wishes a situation: city
or country. Address W. E., box 72, Call Office.
"I^NGINEER WITH: LICENSE AND YEARS
XJ of experience in city and mines, can run
dynamo, wishes a situation; city or country. Ad-
dress S. A., box 83, Call Office.
TEA DV YOUNG MAN .WISHES POSITION
as driver; well acquainted with city. Address
Steady, box 124, Call Office. . V „ .
BAKER FOREMAN, ON BREAD OR BREAD
and cakes wants I'.eady situation; city or coun-
try. .v Address 19 Zoe St., bet. Third and Fourth,
near Bryant. -.^ ' y .• ? '•"■?■■■;■:;"■; _"•). v •<
I. AKER— YOUNG MAN, 23, WANTS PLACE
' ; as assistant baker; good worker and workman
for small | bakers; trustworthy; worked in big and
little jobs; take low wages. 13., 639 Clay St., _F.
DANE, IS A FINE DRIVER, KNOWS THE
care of fast horses and garden; can milk; with
good references. Address O. C, box 29, Call, r —
WA — SITUATION OF ANY KIND BY
TT /steady man; city or country: good reference.
Address E. X., box 103, Call. ,■■:■-.
p ELIABLE, FIRST-CLASS MAN (GERMAN)
XV wants situation as coachman; Is good, plain
gardener; good references; city or country. Ad-
dress F. C, box 137,.Ca1l Oflice. ; . .
AN AND WIFE (SWEDISH) WANT WORK,
city or country; wife good saving cook;: man
used to kitchen or outside work; references, if re-
■ quired. , Please call or address 32 Fourth, room 12.
ITUATION ; .WANTED. AS COACHMAN;
thoroughly understand* his business,' also gar-
den and cows: willing about place: ■ first-class
Eastern and California references. ■. Address NED,
1649 Everett sU, Al-meda, Cal. :
, SITUATIONS WANTED— Continued.
/ GARDENER— SITUATION WANTED BY A
l T German gardener; can milk and . take care of
horses; references. Address Gardener, box 25,
Call Office. . : ' -. '-
pOACHMAN — A YOUNG - ENGLISHMAN
V wishes place, having best of English, French
and American references: ■ good salary expected.
address M. R., box 88. this office. '
OUNG MAN EXPERIENCED IN BOOK-
X keeping, shorthand ; and typewriting and good
penman desires position. Address B. X., box 94,
Call Office, -..:.■:■•■ y ■-.
RELIABLE MAN WANTS SITUATION AS
XX valet or private waiter; has 18 years' refer-
ence. Address H. B. 8., box 104, Call Office.
MAN ANDWIFE.NO CHILDREN, DESIRE
situation to care for gentleman's residence or
any work. Address c. M. A., box 143. Call Office.
YOUNG MAN OF 22 DESIRES A SITUATION
X in -business house or store; willing to do any
kind of work ; Is a good stenographer and type-
writer and is familiar with office work and assist-
ant bookkeeping. Address W. W., box 50, Call.
INCHESTER HOUSE, 44 THIRD, NEAR
Market— Electric lights in every room; 200
rooms; 26c to $1 50 per- night: $1 60 to $6 per
week: free bus and baggage to and from the ferry.
OUNG MAN WANTS WORK OF AN KIND
X with grocery firm; experienced cleric; will
drive wagon; best of reference- • Address Clerk,
box 89, Call Office.
W INCHESTEB HOUSB, 44 THIRD, NEAR
:;»» Market— Electric lights in every room; 200
rooms; 25c to $1 50 per night; $1 50 to $6 per
week: free bus haggasrPio and from the ferry.
FEMALE HELP WANTED. . .
WANTED— FOUR GERMAN, FBENCH, PRO-
testant and Irish second girls, $20; 3 cooks,
German style, $25: German nurse, $20- 3 cooks
In institution, boarding-house and restaurant, $20,
$25 and $30; kitchen helper, $20; and a great
many girls for cooking and housework in city and
country. J. F. CBOSETT <fe CO., 312 Sntter st.
ANTED— PROTESTANT NURSE, GROWN
children, country, $20: French girls for house-
work, $20 and $25; Spanish cook, $25; second
girl, $15; young girls to assist,sl2 and $16. LEoN
ANDRE. 316 Stockton st. ■
QOK, COUNTRY $20. MISS CD LLEN, 3-8
Sutter st. ■■.-••■■
T>EFINED GIRL AS COMPANION AND DO
XV housework, $12. .MISS CULLE S. 323 Sntter.
OOK, $35; SECOND GIRL. $25; CHAMBER-
maid, $20: nurse, $20: 20 housework girls,
city and country, $20 and $25: 6 young girls, as-
sist. $10 to $15. . MISS CULLEN, 323 butter st.
MM A BIEGMUND, WAITRESS, PLEASE
XJ report. ('. B. HANSEN & CO., 10 Geary st.
IRL ASSIST IN DRA WING AND DRAFT-
ing In machine-shop; $35. C. K. HANSEN &
CO.. 110 Geary st. _^_^ ,
HOUSEKEEPER FOR VALLEJO, $15;
J-L housekeeper for Yolo County. $15; Swedish
housekeeper for Solano County, $15:. German
cook, city, $20; girls tor housework, $16 and $20;
young girls, light housework, $10 to $16. C. R.
HANSEN & CO.. 110 Geary su
WANTED — A CHAMBERMAID (MUST
sew), private family, in country, $25; a first-
class cook, also a parlormaid aud waitress, same
house in San Mateo. $35 and $25; nurse for in-
fant, for Mexico, $20; second girl, Mare Island,
$^0: waitress, plain hotel in country, $25; 4 good
housework girls to fill country places, •$ "0 ana $26;
10 good housework girls for city, $25. Apply
MISS PLUNKETT, 424 Sntter st.
IDDLj£-AGED GERMAN RANCH COOK,
$20 to $25: hotel waitress, country, $20:
young woman assistant cook, small country res-
taurant, $20. MURRAY & BEADY, 634 Clay st.
"VTEAT WOMAN, ABOUT 30 TO 35 YEARS OF
J.^l age, to cook for men, $15; housework, small
family, $20; 50 women and girls can find situa-
tions at MURRAY & READY'S, 634 Clay St.
COOK; SHORT DISTANCE IN THE COUN-
\J try, 2 in family, $25; 4 cooks, city, $25:
Swedish housegirl, $26: 2 second girls, $20; 4
housegirlt, $15 to $20: nurse, $20. Apply 316
Sutter st. . ■
WANTED— A GERMAN GIRL TO DO GEN-
'» eral housework; must understand cooking;
small family; no children. 1046 Golden Gate ay.
W AN I ED— GIRL GENERAL HOUSEWORK;
"must understand cooking. Apply 1309 a
Hayes st. 'r
NEAT -YOUNG GIRL TO ASSIST IN GKN-
j — ' era 1 , housework; 3ln family; wages $10. 2720
i Sacramento St., call only between 10 and 12 a. m.
ANTS FINISHER; STEADY WORK. 1286
East Fourteenth St., East Oakland. Call
ready to work.
IRL FOR LIGHT HOUSEWORK. 1325
Guerrero st. .
WANTED— NEAT GERMAN GIRL FOR
TT housework. 516 Ellis st. '
pOOD COOK WANTED. 131 THIRD ST.
ANTED— AN APPRENTICE AT DBKBS-
making. Call at 1609 O'Farrell st.
"yOUNG GIRL TO TAKE CARE OF CHIL-
X dren. 1308 a Leavenworth st.
VOCNO GIRL TO MIND CHILDREN; CAN
X sleep home. 1217 Webster.
[."'inTsher ON COATS; ONE that CAN
X I make buttonholes. ' 436 Sixth St.
WOMAN TO COOK. 136 SECOND ST. ~
YOUNG GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE-
work. Apply at 616 Chestnut St. -
A PPRENTICE TO LEARN FIRST-CLASS
A vestmaklng. 502 Washington St., room 10.
WANTED — PUPILS FOR A MILLINERY-
• » school; class forming for fall season; thorough,
practical; satisfaction guaranteed; reasonable.
410 Leavenworth st. -
T EARN THE DRESSMAKING TRADE THOR-
XJ oughly at MRS. B. L. JONES' Dressmaking
School, 605 Fell sU
}~jrREE TREATMENT TO THE POOK (MAG-
netically) Mondays and Fridays, 10 to 12; con-
sultation free. 1026 Market St., room 1.
EXPERIENCED FINISHERS ON LADIES'
I X- cloaks. DANNENBAUM, MUELLER &
[ KAHN, 723 Market SU '
A PPBENTICEB — FREE LESSONS EVERY
A Tues. In dresscutting. 14 McAllister, room 67.
PENSIONS— J. H. SHEPARD & CO., OLD RK-
X liable attorneys, 1068 East 16th St., Oakland.
ITAIRDRESSING. 25c AND S6O: MORMNO
XX and eve classes; 10 lessons.-?] 60. 1248 Mission.
Poat-finishers wanted. 641 MARKET
\J street.
VI" OST CONVENIENT AND RESPECTABLE;
,Tl Winchester House, 44 Third St., near .Market:
200 rooms; 25c to $1 60 per night; $1 50 to $6
per week; free 'bus and baggage to and from ferry.
r\UEBSMAKING, CUTTING AND FITTING
XJ taught; new styles; perfect fitting patterns
■V- en. Mr!" KM. .Academy. '-'13 Powell st.
MALE HELP WANTED.
ANT_O— TWO MILKERS. $2^T~LAUN^
tt dryman; choreman, $15; farmer, $200 year;
6-borse teamster, $30; farmer and wife, small
place, $25; cook and wife, country hotel, $60;
waiter, country hotel, $2 ■>; and others. Apply to
J. F. CROSETT <fe CO., 628 Sacramento st.
BLACKSMITH AND SUOER, COUNTRY
shop, $40 and board: 4-horse teamster, coun-
I try, $20 and board: 2 farmhands, near city, $15;
| choreman, country, $12; ranch teamster and wife,
i $35; A. D. Richmond and wife please call. R. T.
WARD & Co., 608 and 610 Clay st. '
VTEAT YOUNG PANTRYMAN, CITY, $6 A
—iwcek: washer, country laundry, $35 and
found; second cook, hotel, city, $35. C. R. HAN-
SEN & CO.. 110 Geary st.
ANTED- BUTTER-MAKER AND SALES-
man for butter and egg depot In city; no
milking; *30 and good home; American preferred.
W. D. EWER & CO., 626 Clay St. . .
WANTED — 4 WAITERS, HOTEL NEAR
city, $25 per month and found; good place;
cook, across the bay, $35 and washing, room, etc.,
nice place. W. D. EWER & CO., 626 Clay st.
ANTED-55 MINERS FOR A QUICKSILVER
mine, $62 per month, good job: American
butter-maker for city.no milking to do, $30 and
found, Al place; 4 milkers, $20; 1 • woodchopper
for Sonoma County, good layout, $1 25 per cord;
also farmers, haying-hands, laborers, cooks, wait-
ers and dishwashers. W. D. IiWKR &. CO., 626
Clay si. , ■ --. . ..;. ;.; ■ ■ ■: ■ . ■ "~ -,'. -■
p. a sawmill laborers, no kxpk-
O\J rience required. $20 and found, half fare paid
by company: 30 tlernakers, 8c and lOceacn; 5
hoppers. $1 • per cord: charcoal burner,, 10c
sack. MI'RKAY & READY, leading employment
agents, 634 and 6 36 Clay st.
If) WAITERS. $25 AND $30; 6 COOKn, $30
X\J and $66; 4 dishwashers: lroner Troy ma-
chine. MURRAY & BEADY, leading employment
agents. 034 and 636 Clay st. "
2, , FARMERS FOR ORCHARDS, VINE-
-1 yards, ranches,s26: 10 haymakers. $26. MUR-
RAY & RKADV. leading employment agents,
634 and 636 Clay su
"I A MILKERS FOR DIFFERENT PLACES,
X\J city and country; 5 teamsters, $26. MUR-
RAY & BEADY, leading employment agents, 634
and 636 Clay st. . .
MAN COOK FOR A SCHOOL. $25 TO $30.
MISS CULLEN, 323 Sutter st. -
COLORED WAITER. COUNTRY, $30. HOTEL
GAZETTE, 420 Kearny st. . ' " ■ ':
BARBERS' PROTECTIVE UNION EMPLOY-
ment secretary, CONRAD TROELL, 657 Clay.
UAKIIER* ASSOCIATION OF CAL. EMPLOY;
-!-> menu Secy, P. c. Hamann, 2S9V a O'Farrell.
FOR EMPLOYMENT CALL SEC-
retary Barbers' A sso.. 325 Grant aye. S. FUCHS.
I .MUST-CLASS = CLOTHING PARCEL-WRAP-
X\ per, must be an expert in wrapping, at Raphael's.
j Apply to R. R. RAPHAEL. v
TWO MEN, GOOD s TALKERS (INSURANCE
X proposition). Call forenoon 6th floor, room -6,
Mills building. . ; ■: - f v\: ;■';.■■;;■'
HARNESS-MAKER WANTED WITH SMALL
sum of _oney; well secured: steady work.
Apply 810 Broadway. Oakland. . Open until 9 p. m.
T ABGE : BOY-FOB ERRANDS IN TAILOR
XJ shop. 291 Everett St., near Fourth. . ■"'■..-
I7UR-ST-CLASS PORTER FOR BARBER SHOP
. and bathrooms; references. P., box 2, Call Office.
ANTED — A GOOD BUTCHER. 31 VA-
*T , lencla at., corner of Herman. ■---• .
WANTED— A GOOD WAITER AT 427 LAB-
T> kin st. ■-. ■■■--:. ■ -;•. ■;.. ' -. - ..:'-■ -.;■:■.:
nARPENTER.AND LABORER WANTED.
\J 429 Third st. '-,■■■•.■■ <J
ANTED-BHOEMAifIfiR. 1050 HOWARD
_, street. •,■.■.■/-"■;■.-:■■/. ■.' ' j'-s :':. ..
.'::. y:~A:':'." J : . '",' ' ' '
HELP ,' WANTED— Continued.
■^An£e^MKa1 ;^c3olk^T~TssTlJa^KEt"
WELL-PAYING ROUTS: PORK AND DELI-
» » cacies; wants partner with $160 to open store
and attend same. 235 Third st. > • ' " v
a*' ANTED— BARBER to buy A 4-chair
" shop with lease: best location on Market su;
price $250. ■ ■ 8., box 134, Call Office. • '
D ABBER-SHOP FOR SALE; WHOLE OR
Xi part; long lease. 131 O'Farrell st.
BARBER-SHOP, • BENT. 15c. paying
well, for $150. STOLTZ, 630 Market st.
SHOEMAK_!R WANTED AT 635 COMMER-
cIaI st. ,'■•-'•■.: ■<••■ • ■■ ... -■ ■■ •: . ■•::■■: --
QTEADY MAN WITH $300: SALARY $80;
0 mechanic preferred. Address M : box 101,
Call Office.
RELIABLE PARTY TO SELL STOCK OF
X\> mining corporation on commission. C, box 3,
Call.
TVT ANTED— BARBER TO BUY A GOOD 15-
-»f cent shop on Sixth st., near Market; will be
sold to highest bidder; very cheap rent. Make
oner at 164 Second st., cigar-store. ■. ■■: •_ »'.--:
\\T ANTED— A MAN WHO UNDERSTANDS
" taking care of 2 horses and wagon; not for
driving; but make himself useful in the store as a
porter; steady place for the right man. X., box
I*6, Call Office. , -
(Si I £,0 FINE BUSINESS FOR SALE:
«IPXO\/. trade: security: cheap. Columbia, 128
Fourth st. : '-„■■
TOE— PLEASE WRITE AT ONCE; IMPOR-
-0 tant news for yon. MAX, 476 Jersey.
NEW WALDO HOUSE, 765 MISSION, BET.
J-^i 3d and Single furnished rooms, night 15c to '
60c; week $1 to $2 50; reading-room; strictest atten-
tion to morning calls; clean; quiet; open all night.
W ANTED— AN IDEA; WHO CAN THINK OF
» 1 some simple thing to patent T Protect your
ideas; they may bring you wealth. Write JOHN
WKDDERBURN & rO., Dept. L, Patent Attor-
neys, Washington, D. C, for their $1800 prize offer
and list of 200 inventions wanted.
ESI PLACE IN THE CITY FOR SECOND-
hand shoes, 749 Mission St., opp. Grand Opera-
house; new calf shoes, pointed toe, our make, $2 50
and $3: ladies', gents' and children's misfit and
cast-off shoes bought or exchanged. ■
LCHO HOUSE, 8631/2 MARKET ST.—
Rooms 20c, 25c. to 60c. night; $1 to $g week.
JUST OPENED; CONTINENTAL HOUSE, 621
0 Pacific st., below Kearny: lodging half price, sc,
10c, 16c per night; clean beds, sunny rooms.
W ANTED— LABORERS AND MECHANICS
• » to know that Ed Rolkin, Reno House proprie-
tor, still runs Denver House, 217 Third su; 150
large rooms: 250 per night; $1 to $3 per week.
WINCHESTER HOUSE, 44 THIRD ST.. NEAR
Market; 200 rooms, 25 cents a night; reading-
room : free bus and baggage to and from the ferry.
WANTED- MEN TO LKARN BABBER
»» trade; only 8 weeks required; tools given and
catalogue sent. S. F. Barber School, 1615 Howard.
C KLERKS' AND LABORERS' CLAIMS B'GHT;
) acts adjusted. RATTO'S, 612 My, tel. m. 353.
BEST IN CITY-SING iE ROOMS, 15, 20 AND
26 cents per night. $1. $1 25, $1 60 per week.
Pacific house. Commercial and Leldeadorff sts.
ALF SHOES MADE TO ORDER FOR $2 50;
half-solelng 2,5 c up. 959 Howard St., nr. Sixth.
A STHMA CUBE GUARANTEED; DR. GOR-
/A. din's Chocolate Emulsion. 221 Davis, nr. Clay.
a REMOVED 609 TO 643 CLAY ST.; _OT-
. tie wine or beer hot lunch 5 cents.
OOMS 15c TO 75c PER NIGHT; 50c TO $1 60
Xt per week. Oriental, 225 Drumm su
ANTED.TO COLLECT WAGES DUE LABOR
ers&clerks. KNOX Collection Agcy, 110 Sutter
HAT CHEER HOUSE, 529 SACRAMENTO
St.; 200 rooms; best in the city, single rooms
20 and 25c a night, Via week: meals 10c.
1 INDELL HOUSE. SIXTH AND HOWARD
J > sts. ; single furnished rms 75c week, 15c night.
1i |A MEN TO TAKE LODGING AT 100, ISC
X \i\J and 20c a night, including coffee and rolls.
624 Washington St., near Kearny.
.ANTKD-SINGLE BOOMS, 160 A DAY; $1
'" V4«k; rooms ."or two, 250 a day, $1 60 a week;
reading-room: daily papers. 36 Clay st.
\\f ANTED— FOX THE UNITED STATES
TT Marine Corps, U. S. navy, able-bodied, un-
married men between the ages of 21 and 30 years;
not less than 5 feet 5 inches in height; of good
character and temperate habits; able to read,
write and speak English properly; only citizens of
the United States or persons who have legally de-
clared their intentions to become citizens will be
accepted this Important branch of the naval
service offers special inducements: giving op-
portunities to visit all parts of the world on board
our new cruisers. For further information apply at
the Recruiting Office, 20 Ellis su, San Francisco,
Cal. .■■■; ■ ■; ,-'
WE ARE SHOE DOCTORS; WE REPAIR
• V your old shoes and make them as good as new,
and with our new machines we can do your work
at one-half the usual price; done while you wait.
662 Mission su, between First and Second sts.
EN" TO FEED MANHATTAN STOCK FOOD;
all grocers keep It. . ■
EN'S SECOND-HAND SHOES, BOMB
nearly new, 25c to $1 25. 662 Mission.
REE BEER— TWO SCHOONERS FOR 6c;
also a bottl tof lager. sc, at 637 Clay St.": :
riIKY ACME HOLBK. 9;>7 MAKKKT ST., BE-
I 'mv S'x'>i. for » )O"irir ■'•■ a nlyh' ■: $1 » week.
AGENTS WANTED.
GENTS "WANTED IN HAY WABDS, SAN
Leandro and Alameda; an energetic woman
of good address for lucrative employment. Ad-
dress G.. Alameda.
HOUSES- WANTED.
T\f ANTED— COTTAGE OR SMALL HOUSE,
» T furnished or unfurnished, In the "warm belt"
of the Mission; must have grounds or garden ; best
of references given. Address G. <»., box 137. Call '
ROOMS WANTED.
■WA^^r^D^NlcE^PAßLlm^LOoTro^Toß^S
" rooms: partly furnished; light housekeeping,
or small house; suitable for teacher: central and
reasonable. T. P., box 164, Call Office. „ <
"DOOM AND POBSIBLY BOARD IN PRIVATE
XV Jewish family for young business woman.
Address J., box 102, Call Office.
TTi URNISHED SUNNY ROOM : NORTH OF
X? Geary, west of i (ctavia; terms moderate. : MISS
T. , box 147. Call Office.
~ PARTNERS WANTED.
: ; Eir^U^TNiESsT % $io^O~B&
X quired.- OWNER. 1176 East Fourteenth st.,
Oakland. "' " ■■'
wanted-miscellaneous.
a^t^d^To^'r^n^X^vXll^d^t^nt":
if suited will buy. Address W. B. L., box
329, Call Branch Office. -
F~ iRST-CLASS DENTIST WILL EXCHANGE
dentistry for carpet*. Address Dentist, box 50.
Call Office. . -.. .. _________"
WANTED— ASSAYER'S SCALE OR COM-
IT plete assaying outfit ; must be first-class. Ad-
dress P. O. box 2046. •
W ANTED-OLD GOLD FOR MANUFACTUR-
TT ing. O. NOLTE, 222 O'Farrell st.
IGHEST PRICES PAID LADIES', GENTS',
children's clothing: postals. Mrs. Hahn, 316 3d.
feLL YOUR BOOKS, CLOTHING AND JEW
plrv to A. KLKIX. 109 Sixth st. : send postal.
" LOST.
•t ost— a brown p^ke^tbook, on mab-
J i ket st. between Sixth and Seventh. Return to
MRS. BISDON, 24 Sixth St.; reward!
T ARG E WHITE FOX TERRIER: RED SPOTS
XJ on head; reward. Return to W. L. WILLIAM-
SON. 28 Webster.
T OST— 2 BLACK CATS: WHITE MARKS ON
XJ throat. Return to S. R. MOUNT, 213 Mont-
gomery St.; liberal regard.
"I OST— A PASSBOOK WITH THE HIBEBNIA
XJ Savings ana Loan Society of San Francisco, in
the * name of ANNIE RICHARDS. No.
- 170408. The finder will please return to bank.
OST— A PASSBOOK WITH THE HIBERNIA
Savings and Loan Society of San Francisco, in
the name of MAX KOLA KB, No. 128725. The
finder will please return to bank. ■ - ■
.-•.- DENTISTS. . ■"•■•.
i"^IRsT3L^^~D^N^rTsTRYT 37rST^CLAS8.
. prices; first-class < results; painless extraction
and painless implantation of teeth. W. C. HAR- ■
DING, CM., M.D., 500 Sutter st., corner Powell.
I.'\R. DUCKETT, 1703 PO&T ST., NEAR BU-
•XJ chan an; gas given: crown and bridge work.
R.L. T. CKANZ— EXTRACTION PAINLESS,
crown work, ' bridge work and ■ teeth without -
plates a specialty. 103 Geary st., cor. Grant ava. ■
ROOME DENTAL ASSOCIATION, 759 MAS-
\J ket, bet. 3d and : 4th. gas specialists; only reli-
able agent for painless extraction; artificial teeth
inn $5; fillings rm $1 extracting 50a with gas $1.
ONEBT WORK: VERY LOWEST PRICES.
DR. HARDCASTLE, 628 Montgomery, rm. 1.
d_7 A SET FOR TEETH: WARRANTED AS-
<s) i good as can be made: fillins; $1. Dr. SIMMS,
! dentist. 930 Market St.. next Baldwin Theater. - ,
K. LUDLUM, HILL, 1443 MARKET- ST.,
near Eleventh: no charge for extracting whei
plates are made: old plates made over like new;
teeth from $8 per set; extracting 60c; gas given.
Tj'ULL . *>.!<; 1 .OF .TEETH, . $7; WARRANTED
-T five years. DR. V. CA V aLSKY, 24 sixth su
QET OF TKETH WITHOUT A PLATE. UK. H.
>J O. YOUNG, 1841 Polk St. . "
I \R. GEORGE W. LEEK. THJS GENUINE
XJ Leek dentist, discoverer of painless extraction
and patentee of . improved : bridge ' work or teetn
without any plate, moved from 6 to 20 O'Farrell su
pAINLESS -J-. EXTRACTION, i 60c; CROWN
X bridge work a specialty; plates, $5 up: 13 years'
experience. *R. L. WALsH. D.D.S.. 81634 Geary.
I B. H. H. SHAW, 224 KEARNY — BRIDGE-
XJ work a specialty; open evenings 7:30 to 9.
OLTON DENTAL ASSOCIATION. 80t> MAS-
ket SU 4; DR. CHARLES W. DECKER. ; ■<:.• ■
DR. J. J. LEEK, 1206 MARKET. COR. GOLDEN
Gate aye.— Open evenings: ; Sundays till noon.
A LL WORK REASONABLE AND WAR-
A ranted. DR. J W. KEY. 1122 Market su
■ . ■■■ :. ; ----v -- ; >". .■;. v to lease:. ,'•':■-'■'. "■'- -. ■
A~ Tba^oaln^o^lleab^Tf^r^t^rlSTof
years, 1 100 acres near Niles, Alameda County/
Cal.; fine grazing, and part for -farming." Inquire
of 8. SAL 2, CentervlUe, Alameda County. .
n ,^^^ BUSINESS CHANCES. _ __ n __ : _^J
mo SELL A BCbINESS OF ANY KIND
1 quick for cub, see GUS STRAND, 917 Market.
&£tnO RESTAURANT, WELL FITTED UP ;
■;TOUU. clears $175 a month; 2 living-rooms;
great bargain. GUS STB AND, 9 17 Market St.
JL'Qf^n DRY- - GOODS STORE : ■■■ OFEE B
tj) yOU. wanted. GUS STRAND, 917 Market
ji./'rA candy FACTORY and STORE;
<Jpl)Uly. corner. In the Mission; value of stock,
$1000; receipts $15 to $21) daily; living rooms. M.
LESS CO., 783 Market st.
_OCAn FINE CORNER GROCERY AND
<fi)£O\J\J. bar; choice • portion Western Ad-
dition; elegantly fitted up; has a well-paying
trade: best class of custom ; big bar | trade; ' good
outslderoute; cheap rent;: owner's time occupied
in another business which prevents him attending
to this. M. LESS & Co.. 783y 2 Market st. ,
ffij-l^nn . RESTAURANT AND OYSTER-
UP X O\J\J. house In extra good location, north
of Market St.: elegantly fitted; everything first-
class throughout: dining-room taxed to its utmost
capacity; highest class of custom; best prices;
owner going out of the State. M. : LESS & CO..
783 V 2 Market st. ... •-'•.•.-
CTJOOC RESTUARANT AND COFFEE SA-
r*'_._.«J. loon near City Hall: neat attractive
place doing Al business; large number regular
boarders; bargain. .STENBERG COMPANY,
!___________________________.
<Bizl^n RESTAURANT, NEvVLY FITTED,
tip^ttJl/. near the Mint, big steady trade; excel-
lent chance for 2 ladies or gentleman of energy.
STEINBERG CO., 632 Market st.
dW'-A CORNER GROCERY. BAR; WEST-
<S)\)O\J. em Addition; well established; rent for
building only $35: 4 sunny rooms; good place for
man and wife. STE NBERG CO., 632 Market st. '
fl_QflfMk PARTNER WANTED IN WELL-
(JpOUUu, established steam-laundry in first-
class running order; has the trade of leading lodg-
ing-houses and restaurants; valuable outside
routes; horses and wagons; business sure to in-
crease If properly attended ; books open for inspec-
tion; full investigation. S.TENBERG CO., 632
Market st. s
flu -I f*f)f\ CORNER SALOON IN VERY
<IrIOUV7. best location, with large patronage;
must be . sacrificed, as owner bought hotel.
WILKE & WOLF, 631 California.
({•CCn FINE GROCERY AND BAR; SITU-
i~nOO\J. ated on fine . oorner in Western Addi-
tion: carries nice stock: good bar trade; 4 living-
rooms; cheap rent; a bargain. GEO. STEWART,
602 Maiket st. ■ • .. •
<J_l r(\ PARTNER WANTED: STEADY
O-»-«J\7. man to look after office, handle cash,
etc., in legitimate business, situated across the
bay; experience not necessary; duties easily
learned; has fine horse and buggy; will clear from
$65 to $75 per month to each. See GEO. STEW-
ART, 602 Market st.
QjOwA CIGAR-STORE, FINELY FITTED
«3pOUU. up; large stock; situated on good cor-
ner, at prominent transfer point; owner sick;
must sell; stock will ifi voice price asked. GEO.
STEWART, 602 Market st.
djtQCA SAMPLE ROOM, ESTABLISHED
fS)VO\J. years, with first-class patronage; choic-
est location: owner keeping two places; make an
offer. WILKE & WOLF, 531 California st.
"vtotTce^having buyers willing to
i.l Invest in some legitimate business parties de-
siring to sell apply to HEALY & CO., 23 Kearny.
"fflfoAA PARTNER IN MANUFACTURING
tjp _SUU. and new and second-hand furniture-
store; fine chance for steady man to be connected
with first-class man. HEALY, 23 Kearny st.
Inform restaurant and COFFEE-
«H)_Uy. house; clearing $75 per month; trial
given; sickness - cause of selling. HEALY, 23
Kearny st.
o_/*nfk CORNER GROCERY AND BAR, 1
<JpUUU. block from Market st., near Wells-Fargo
office, doing large trade; death calls owner East;
rare chance. WILKE & WOLF, 631 California.
<n>Qnn BAKERY, OLD - ESTABLISHED,
tJpOUv/. with large route; baking 2 barrels daily.
JOHNSTON, 26V, Kearny St.
pIGAR-STOBE; ON PRINCIPAL STREET:
\J one of the best in this city; cheap; rent mod-
erate. JOHNSTON, 26y a Kearny sU
POT CASH PAID FOR STOCKS OF MER-
chandlse. T. LUBELSKI, 7 City Hall aye.
«4_Q/lA RESTAURANT AND oyster par-
tj) 'J\JVJ. lor taking in $36 a day; fine locality:
cheap rent; furnished well and a rare bargain; see
this at once; object for selling going to Europe. T.
LUBELSKI, 7 City Hall aye.
<8t I PvOfl BEEB BOTTLING WORKS.: 3
«Jrl«Jv/U. teams; fine route; business actually
paying above expenses. $150 month; investigate
this rare chance: the place will stand the fullest
investigation. T. LUBELSKI, 7 City Hall »ye.
Ci9nnn partner; one of the best
t]p_UUU. paying newspapers in lively northern
town ; presses and type all of the latest; all county
printing: object for selling need the services of en-
ergetic man. T. LUBELSKI, 7 City Hall aye.
TT AVE PURCHASERS FOB COUNTRY BUSI-
XI ness places. T. LUBELSKI, 7 City Hail aye.
© 1 i\(\f\ PARTNER IN FINE BUSINESS;
«{pxUUU. no Sunday or evening work; the
place is already established and doing well; will
stand the fullest investigation, with the finest ref-
erence; experience not required. T. LUBELSKI,
7 City Hall aye.
©OCA 10 BOOMS ALL FURNISHED COM-
«IPOiJ\/. plete; f35 Income above all expenses:
fine locality; cheap rent; rooms all full; investi-
gate this at once. ■ T. LUBELSKI, 7 City Hall aye,
q>"l (\f\ CIGAR-STORE; STOCK AND FIX-
I -L"V/. tures Invoice $150; must sell to-day.
Appply to-day, Sunday, BARRETT & SKIFF, 11
to 2 p. m.. 921 Market st. ■
©OCA CIGAR STORE ON SUTTER ST.;
<IP_UV/. dally sales $10: owner sick with rheu-
matism. WILKE A WOLF, 531 California st.
<2*<7F.(\ WILL BUY CIGAR, STATIONERY
0 * *-'»■' and notion business; clearing over $100
month; building Included: ground rent small;
great bargain. BARRETT & SKIFF, 921 Market.
fflj')Cn|| cash grocery ibusiness:
tjp_UUU. horse and . wagon ; fiirst-class busi-
ness: good outside trade. - HICKOK <fe CO., 873%
Market. - -■
Qt/t^n SACRIFICE; COFFEE AND CHOP
.tou. house; clearing $100 a month; present i
owner, 4 years, has other business. HICKOK & <
CO.. 873y a Market st. . .
EST-PAYING RESTAURANT IN^ THE
X) city; cash receipts $45 a day; for sale: security
taken or will trade for some other business; a
snap. Columbia, 128 Fourth st. .
OjOAA RESTAURANT, DOING LARGE
tJFOKtyj. business, good prices: Ya interest or
whole. WILKE & WOLF, 531 California st.
<3i 1 f^n SALOON: 9 FiRNISHKD ROOMS;
QtiUV. worth $1200. DECKER, 1020 MarkeU
TJESTAURANT; FIRST-CLASS TRADE; FOR
XL sale cheap on account of sickness; will ex-
change for property or business of equal value In
locality and climate suitable tor a consumptive.
Call or address 3321 Mission. .. .
OB SALE— SALOON DOING GOOD BUSl-
ness: cause for selling sickness. Address T. R.
GOULD, box 8. PetalumH. . '
OR SALE— EXPRESS BUSINESS; 2 SIN OLE
wagons. Stand corner Sansome and Sutter, J.
C FREDERICKS, owner.
TATE AGENCY; PLEASANT, LEGITI-
mate business: ■ proven profits $3000 yearly;
more in sight: only $500 cash required. B. J. D.,
box 11. Call Office.
TTiOB SALE— FINE CANDY. AND STATION- !
X; cry store; make offer. A., box 10. Call Office. j
ffi»"iP.(i EXPRESS BUSINESS: GOOD
*H)XO\J. stand: clears $80 per month: sold on
account of sickness. Apply cigar-store. 205 Larkin. j
OAKERY, G ROCERY AND COFFEE SALOON ;
1 > best location; good stock- party has been there I
10 years: reason sickness. Inquire 207 Seventh. i
OARDING-IIOUSE; 16 ROOMS: CHEAP
rent; good opportunity; $500. New Hansa
Hotel, 320 Drnmm st.
WANTED— TO BUY FOB CASH, SMALL, '
" paying business; no agents. Address J., box '
4. Call Office. _ : ]
FRUIT STORE FOR SALE; REASONABLE:
on account of death. Cor. Twenty-third and
Shot will sts.
G1 OOD PAYING RESTAURANT: FINE LO-
-1 cation; nicely fitted up; living rooms; rent
$17; good reason for selling. 3279 Mission st.
W: ANTED— OF MERCHANDISE FOR
spot cash. Address T., box 136, Call Office.
CIOMPLETE CLOAK FACTORY. CONSISTING
\J of machines, cutting tables. D., box 137, Call.
pHEAPFOR CASH— ENGLAND HOME
\J Bakery. 1817 Powell st.
ARTNER FOR BOTTLING BEER BUSl-
ness ; experience not necessary. 712 Fourteenth.
UTCHKR-SHOP FOR RENT; NO. 1 Fix" !
tnres: low rest. Apply UMBBEN & CO., 14
Montgomery st.
ffl»l RH A WELL-ESTABLISHED BUSI-
«JP- L «-''-'. ness, paying a net cash Income of $15
weekly, which can be proven to buyers' entire satis-
faction, no agents. Address C. X., box 84, Call.
CIHANCE FOR WOODWORKER TO ENTER
\J business: small capital. G. H., box 75, C all.
\VTOwD, COAL AND EXPRESS: PAYS $125
»' per month, for sale. 810 sixth st. : • .
W ANTED-PARTY WITH $2000 TO $3000
"to purchase a one-third or one-half interest in
an enterprise that will pay at least $5000 per year.
Only small sum need be paid down, balance can be
placed In bank as working capital. The present
owner Is a professional man, and cannot devote to I
it the necessary time. : To an honest, reliable man
he is willing to give entire charge and manage-
ment. Positively no risk, as: business is assured.
About 800 acres of land are included in the propo-
sition, only those meaning strict business need i
apply. If you want a good thing, investigate this, j
M., bo* 92, Call Office. - .
Gl ROCERY -STORE, WITH GOOD ASSORTED
* stock, doing large family trade; this is a fine
opportunity to gel a good-paying business. Par-
ticulars of J. B. MIHaN, 509 Kearny su 1
IT OR SALE — HORSE, ; harness, , BUGGY,
X bicycle, 1: electric fan- for sale, trade or se-
curit) : a bargain. Colombia, 128 Fourth st.
HOLE BAKERY OUTFIT : MOVABLE
oven for sale, trade, security. Columbia, 128
Fourth st. ~ • „ •■
'OR SALE— ONE OF THE BEST PAYING
businesses in the city; will sell, trade or secur-
ity. Columbia, 128 Fourth st. . ~
TT ALF INTEREST IN SALOON: WELL PAY-
XX ing; •■■■ good location: rare chance for a good |
man. , Apply this office. .- - . '
li^Oß SALE — WELL-ESTABLISHED MIL-
J lmery and dressmaking business: on account
of ill-health, at a sacrifice. Address M. M.. box 30,
Call Office. ;.. ::"-- :--:-.-'-■ -
iiv RANCH . BAKERY, NOTIONS: SUNNY
Xi rooms; good: corner; low rent." 449 Guerrero.
BFBITTESS CHAMCgS-Continned. '
DAKTNEB WaNTeT^N~~6-ACBB FBUIT
X ranch stocked, with hogs ana poultry: Fruit-
vale. Apply 34 Donohue building.
C ALOONFOR SALB-$800: WELL STOCKKD;
b good location: good reason for selling; no
agents. Address T., box 60, this office.
ILK BUSINESS OF 30 . CANS, RETAIL
M trade/for sale cheap: must be sold by the 15th
of June. Apply this office.
nT _ SALOON WITH LIVING BOOMS:
Cc^eap rtnt-^arg-in. Apply 212 Eighth ■_, cor.
Teh am a. ' -
OTEL, 26 BOOMS, CHEAP: SELL ON AC
H connt sickness ; rent $36. Apply this office.
n ROCERY AND BAR; TRANSFER CORNER.
VJT Apply this office. ______
TnOR SALE-FRUIT AND CANDY STAND;
±1 inside depot. Cor. California st. and Central aye.
A NY STOCK OF MERCHANDISE BOUGHT
A. for cash; city or country. M., box 2, Call.
TpLOUR-SACKS~FOR SALE: NICE C £ E T A
X: and in good order: always plenty on hand. J. a.,
322 Pacific st., basement. ________
W ANTED— YOU TO LIST YOUR BUSINESS
V> with us; will sell It In 9 days or treat; we have
buyers for all kinds of businesses. Columbia, _»
Fourth st. . ;
/-^ROCEBY AND BAR: GOOD LOCATION
Vjr and business. Apply Call Office.
OOD ROUTE FOX SALE ON THIS PAPER.
Apply T. P. BIOBDAN, 632 Market, room 2.
TV" ELL-ESTABLISH ED CANDY, TOBACCO
» » and stationery store, with ice cream and ta-
male parlor attached; for sale cheap. Apply 1314 .
Howard su ,
T/OR BRANCH BAKERY, DELI-
XV cades and lunchroom: doing good business.
2708 Twenty-fourth St.. nr. Potrero ; no agents.
T HAVE A FINE OPPORTUNITY FOR A MAN
1 with small capital to enter into partnership
with present owner: capital wanted to c" 61 " 1
business; this is a good chance; investigate it. au-
dress G. 8., box 84, Call Office. .
VINE CORNER SALOON; GOOD LOCATION;
r owner going In other business. Apply
SAMUEL BROTHER, 132 First st. __,
BARGAIN; CORNER SALOON, WITH 11
furnished rooms In business part of the city:
present owner conducting business for 13 years;
reason, retiring from business. Apply BW. cor.
Sacramento and Drumm sts. • ,
TTentleman partner wanted by
VJ lady of means, $35 capital. 12 Mason St., rm. a
<n> op;n branch bakery, candy AND
tJp_.OU. notion store; 2 living-rooms: good
trade. Apply 1802 V. Howard st.
COZY SALOON: CENTRAL AND NORTH OF
V.) Market. Address Cory, box 36. Call: no agents.
LODGING-HO USES >OK BALK.
IF YOU WANT TO BUY OR SELL A LODG-
ing-house see T. LUBELSKI, 7 City Hall aye.
I r-KOOM COR. HOUSE, NEAR BALDWIN;
It) must sell. . DECKER, 1020 Market at. "
-ROOM CORNER HOUSE. $660: WORTH
Li. $2600: must be sold. DECKER, 1020 Market.
OR BOOMS: COUNTRY HOTEL; ONLY $1200,
OP worth $2000. Apply DECKER, 1020 Market.
1 A BOOMS: ON EDDY ST., NICELY FUR-
-11/ nished; $350. DECKER. 1020 Market st. ■
fi* 1 &(\fi 60-BOOM HOTEL, NEAR UNION
I t)UU. Iron Works; low rent: selling ac-
count of death. BARBETT <fc SKIFF. 921 Market.
©1 kA 16-BOOM LODGING-HOUSE; LOW
«3pXUU. rent; location Al; best bargain ever
offered; don't fall to see this snap. HICKOK <fc
CO., 873% Market st. -,
vL'inik LODGING-HOUSE. 13 BOOMS.
*JP±Uw. nicely furnished. HEGARTY, 1004
Market st.
T)OABDING-HOUSE: 16 ROOMS; CHEAP
X) rent: good opportunity; $500. New Uaasa
Hotel, 320 Drumm st. ■ " '.
ELL-FTJRNISHED HOUSE OF 8 ROOMS;
newly painted and papered; large basement,
laundry, yard; $550; must be sold. Address 11.,
box 113, Call Office.
VST SELL; 15.WELL-FURNISHED ROOMS;
see this and make offer. 644 Sacramento.
90 WELL-FURNISHED BOOMS FOR $600:
-£O low rent. Inquire grocery, 40 Sixth st. : ■:■;; .
FTJKNITUKK iOK SALE.
AT L. J. NEUMANN'S, 117 SIXTH, FOR
lowest prices on household goods, new or good
as new; cash or time, open evenings.
IRE SALE • .
Prices stand till goods are completely dis-
posed of. ■"..'•'
Oak bed 5eta.................... .........$l3 3)
Bed lounges 8 03
Stoves.. ._, 759
Carpets, peryard , .._ . 55
Linoleum, per yard ..».-..- 55
Matting, peryard ; .10
Till our new building Is erected these prices wilt
stand. Till such time we are conducting business
at SE. corner Seventh and Mission su. J.
NOONAN.
/I (Ml CARPETS; CHAMBER SETS, $14;
*±\J\J stoves, $5: parlor sets, $20: folding-beds,
$10; bed- oungps. $7. T. D. MCCARTHY 112 4th.
: FTJKNITUKK W^_*TJ_»..
OD-HAND Furniture FOB * country";
_. good prices. T. LUBELSKI. 7 City Hall aye.
AMALONE PAYS 20 PER CENT MOREJ
than elsewhere for furniture to fill country
orders. Leave orders at KING'S, 3 Fourth st.
IF YOU WANT GOOD PRICES FOR FURNl-
ture and merchandise see BURD, 211 Larkin.
FFORE SELLING YOUR FUBNITUBK
XJ send for Simmons Auction Co., 1057 Market.
BASCH, 321 SUTTER, WANTS FURNI-
• tore, saloons and merchandise: highest price.
MAYER BUYS YOUR FURNITURE,
. carpets, piano. 1135 Market: tel. Jessie 761.
CAKPET CLEANING.
/""IREAT WESTERN cXrTetobeatin(>
VX works; latest machinery: cleaning So and lay-
ing 3c yd. G. GEORGE, 11 Bth; phone Jessie 253.
TONES CU CARPET - CLEANING AND
0 renovating works. Main office 35 and -7 Bth.
pARPETS CLEANED, 3c A YARD; LAID 3c.
\J Tel. Jessie 944. STRATTON, 19 Eighth st.
WHBN YOU BECOME DISGUSTED WITH
poor work send to SPAULDING'S Pioneer Car-
pet Beating Works, 353-57 Teham a st. ; teL So. 40.
C<ONKLIN'S CARPET EEATING WORKS. 33»
\J Golden Gate aye.: telephone east 126.
piTY STEAM CARPETCLEANING.BENOVA-
\J ting. 38 Bth. STKVENB, mgr. TeL South 25a
CIABPETS CLEANED AND RENOVATED
\J like new. FERGUSON A CO. 23 Tenth- tat.
Bonth 36. D. mackintosh <ftCO., successors.
JE. MITCHELL CARPET CLEANING CO., 240
. 14th st. ; cleaning 3c a yard. Tel. Mission 74.
J- MCQUEEN'S CARPET BEATING AND REN-
. ovating works. 463 Stevenson: ml. south 228.
HOUSES. '
O_OE. A FINE SADDLE MARE, WITH
<t]p—cl. equipments: bargain for boy. 143 Bart-
lett st.
G1 OOD, STRONG DELIVERY HORSE; BAR-
IT gain; $20. Apply 139 Second st. •
1 -^fl SETS NEW AND SECOND-HAND HAR-
_Uvr ness, all kinds; wagons, baggies, surreys,
rockaways, carts ; must be sold. 1128 Mission st
UCriON SALEB OF HORSES, BUOGIES,
wagons, harness, eta. at Derby stables, 645
Geary ,cor. Leavenworth.evpry Tuesday 11 o'clock.
C. R. MARTIN, prop.; S. W ATKINS, auctioneer.
P^C\i\ SET NEW AND SECOND-HAND BAR-
O\J\J ness: all kinds; buggy.wagon, carts, surrey
it rockawav; 40 cheap horses. 15th and Valencia.
At) HORSES FOrt SALE; ALSO WAGONS,
""' v» buggies, carts, harness; Grand Arcade Horw
Market, 327 Sixth st. : auction sales every Wednes-
day. SULLIVAN & DOYLE. Auctioneers. :
ORSES PASTURED: SEND FOR CIRCU-
Iar. The Hyde Ranch. 630 Commercial st.
WAGONS AND CARRIAGES.
HANDSOME FAMILY CARRIAGE, NEARLY
new, and single harness, together or sepa-
rately, for sale. 822 Broadway, Oakland.
QTANDING-TOP DOCTOR'S PHAETON; GOOD
Oas new. At ROBERTS', 1613 Market^ •
LIG HtLv SOILED DRIVrNG GLOVES;
O samples. H. M. HKINKMAN, 109 Sansome st.
YEW AND SECOND-HAND BAKERS', LAUN-
— -i dry. milk and grocery wagons; also rockaway
and •_• fine buggies. 828 Harrison st.
IOR SALIC-MISCKLLANIOOUS. "
RESH HOLST EIN. COW ; 4 YEARS OLD;
gentle. 1312 Folsom st. • . ;
OX -TERRIER PUPS, THOROUGHBRED,
for sale.at 310 Golden Gate aye. *
ITPRIOHT BOILER AND ENGINE, 5
I horse-power; Bxl2 .rock-breaker. Engineer
404 Third st. ■
EGfIOKNS, WHITE, BROWN AND BUFF
Jsl each: fine layers. Address CUMBERS.
1183 Broadway, Alameda. ■ .
ATEW <t D-HAND " '95" BICYCLES, $25 To"
1> $65. Hamlltou Cyclery, Baker and Hayes sts.
COUNTERS, SHELVING, SHOWCASES
; bought and sold. 1121^ Market.bet. 7th & Bth.
IX-HOKSEPOWEB GAS OB GASOLINE"
engine for sale cheap. Apply or address 215
Bay st. • - •
THIRST-CLASS SECOND-HAND WASHING^
X ton hand press; also eighth medium Universal*
thoroughly overhauled; cheap. Address C a '
box 100, this office. *.
SECOND-HAND GAS OR GASOLINE EN".
ginesf various sizes: guaranteed perfect order •
bargain. Q. E.. box 100, Call. «-i«raer,
BARGAINS TYPEWRITERS: ALL MAKES-'
write for prices. Typewriter Ex., 310 California!
OILERS,ENGINES,2D-HANDMACHINEKy"
waterplpea. Mclntosh & Wolpman. 137 Be ale!
j s UILDINGS BOUGHT; LUMBER, BASH_T
J> doors, mantels, etc.. for sale, 1166 Mission
O ! fl».^ I 'i iIEWI ' il ' i AND LABGE SI2S
\J fire and burglar proof safe. 109. 11l Market 9*
I^IRE AND BLRiTIaR SAFE. LEffni:
r press. Platformjcale^andjlesk :chSap 10. Clay
TYPEWRITERS.
V OSTprs3blTcATlGR APH; $25T~SENdT : OU
I.; rumple work. SCOTT & BAJSNaS. 883 _£££

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