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OUTSIDERS LIKED
THE MUDDY GOING
Personne at 40 io i a Warm
One at Oakland
Track.
Some Cheap Racing That At
tracted Only a Fair At
tendance.
Reddington Gave Mt. Gregor Quite an
Argument — Alvarado Bat Hi 3
Fieid Galloping.
Possessed of no specially attractive
features the racing card at Oakland yes
terday drew a much lighter crowd than
that which attended the opening day.
The rain held aloof, but the going was
very sloppy and tnree pronounced choices
were laid low.
Jockey Golden, who now rides for Louis
Ezell, came quite prominently before the
public by riding two winners and finish
ing in the place with Kamsin. He ap
pears to be quite a promising rider.
Mr. Ezell chose the opening five and a
half furlong spin for nob-winning two
year-olds to cut loose quite a promising
maiden in Nonchalance, a half brother to
the Eastern performer Hanweli. The
stable got 4 to 1 for their money and com
ing on from the far rear Golden made a
short cut into the stretch with the young
ster, and outstaying the even-money
choice, Sly, with Staw up, got the verdict
by a head. Manzanillo was a fair third.
There were six starters in the mile sell
ing affair, with Palmerston, 7to 5, favor
ite. Gardner got him away from the post
poorly and cc was never better than third.
Cleverly ridden by Slaughter, Pollock
moved up from fourth position in the
stretch and won with littie to spare from
Earl Cochran. Show honors went to La
Flecha, which mare showed a good turn
of speed.
The majority of speculators overlooked
t'.e last run of Personne, and as one of
the eight -tarters iv the six-furlong spin
for two-year-olds he was a despised out
sider, a few of the books laying 40 to 1
against the colt. Osric II was a warm
6 to 5 favorite, with Principle and Roy
Carruthers next fancied in the order
named. At the head of the stretch, with
D. J. Tobin showing first and the others
well bunched, the result was in doubt.
Coming around his company on the out
side Golden on Personne assumed com
mand of things and finished with some
thing to spare a couple of lengths betore
Scorcher, which gelding headed Tobin
out for the place.
The Burns & Waterhouse entry, Mt. Mc-
Gregor 11, starting a 2 to 5 favorite, acain
turned up a winner in the fourth race,
over thirteen- sixteenths of a mile. Ked
dmgton put up a very strong argument
until well into the stretch, where he
faltered, and the first choice led him over
the mark a length, in the fast time of
1:20]4. Tempestuous was a distant third.
The seven-furlong run that concluded
the programme went to Aivarado — the
even-money choice in the betting. Martin,
who had the mount, got a living start
and, galloping away in front, the fast
mudlark beat Kamsin out two lengths
very easily. Jack Richelieu, at odds oi
100 to 1, ran third.
Notes.
Willie Flynn was suspended for a sus
picious-looking ride astride Joan in the
fourth race.
Chp.rles Ireland of the racing firm of Ire
land Bros, arrived from the East on Mon
day night. Mr. Ireland is much taken
with the appearance oi the two big tracks
controlled by the iocal jockey clubs. The
cup horse Grannan will represent the firm
in future race 3 nere.
Tne Oakland officials in the stand are
looking into the peculiar phases of form
displayed by Wood chopper.
Sam Dogeett, the popular jockey, ana
his brother, K. Doggett, are back with us
ag;;i:i this winter. The two riders got in
from the East Monday evenin .
T. Murphy was censured by the judges
for not perseverins more with Reddini;
ton. Tlie ycurm man has v habit of ''giv
ing up the -.'host" too readily.
Following are to-day's entiies:
First race, time-quarters of a mile, selling—
(233j Mialo 99, 180 Artemus 104, 215 Bati.e
do c 99, 235 Elmer 1 104, 235 Charles A 104
(175) Daisy A 104. 235 Hi card o 107, (233)
LtiCKyDog 110, 226 Braw Scot 104.
Second race, eleven-sixteenths of a mils,
two-year-ola 5, seiliug— lj>3 aoniro 93, Adam
"THE CALL" RACING GUIDE.
CALIFORNIA JOCKEY CLUB. Oakland Racetrack. Tuesday. December 13, 1896. Seven.
w teentn day of the winter meeting. Weather wet. Track sloppy.
V 4() * iKST KACK— Kleven-sixieenths ol a mile; niucn: two-ycar-ol s: purse ¥300.
I 1 Lenin*.
Index. Horse, welpht. PU | V* % »4 Str. Fin. j Jockey. Op. ru.
228 Nonchalance 109 10 ! 9n 7 51 lh , uoltlen 4~" 3
193 Sly ..........109 4 il 113 13 24 !-h»w..... ....." 1 6-5
224 .Vanzinillo 104 1 3% 3h 4% 31 Spencer....:... 15 40
•2 3 Atilius ......106 8 7 « % 3 a 4 l'J O'Leary... 10 12
.182 8ernard.:.. .:...;. 110 -5; 2 4h 6 5h JacKHOn ........ 30 25
148 Jay Wheeler 11l 6i ........ 6 8 7 «h Freeman........ 4 5
165 VadOt..:... 112 '2. 4 21 22 7 1/3 Uoz man 15 30
165 Vivo 1.6 3I ; 1 5 1 6h 30 BVi (.ady.:. ....:... 10 -.5
1-4 uimioueido......l 812 12 10 It 91 Denn150n........ 30 50
.... Mary Tobln 110 9 8 9 11 10 Kiawley ........ 30 10<i
254 Miircle 106 li ............... 12 8 ) li H.Martin...... 10 10
154 Amesies 1 0t> 7 11 13- 9 / VI : uennessy 80 40
........ .lyjulia 110 lii ........ IjQ 11 13 13 8rag...... ....;. 10 HO
Coed start.
Won driving.
Wimi.r, I* Kze I's b. c, by imp.
ft. Ueorsfe-Atiraclive.
Time, 1:12.
•}A j SkX'OXD RACE— One miie; selling; purse 4350.
Index. ! Horse, age, weight, j8: j 1/4 Vt % Str. Fin. Jockey. |op""'
216 Pollock, 3 9 2 41 I 3b I 42 43 1 2 Slaughter ~6
-:u carl '. och ran, 3.. 104 1 23 li 11 2V2 26 VV. 11ynn. ... »
1.8 LaKl.cha.3 lOti 5 lh 2h 2h IJ^ 3.< Knos 30
155 101a,3 jO.' 3 ;J 1/3 64 51 6 43 H. >lartin...;.. 4
2tl P»l 1 trsf.ii, 3....105 6 5 4y a 3h 3 3 610 Gardner 7-5
Billy a>cl"QSKy.3.lUs| 4 6 6 6 6 6 Shaw VO
Jockey.
I liftlllis.
I Op. Cl.
nig.
Cl.
• ■■::■: 4
7-2
40
:-'4
7-5
30
Good atari. Won all om.
Winner. Z. Aljialiam's b. g., by imp. Siddartha-Jpnnle H.
Time, 1:47.
< O THIKC KACt- Three quarters of a mile; selling; two-years o.d; purse $400.
r I ' . Betting.
IndPi.l Horse, weight. St. 14 - % % ] sir. Fin. j Jockey. Op. cl.
(223) Per50na. ....... .103 8 I 7 6h 1 41 22 I .12 Golden... ...... 15 30
....;:.. Scorcher 100 5 « h 412% 3Vs 2 h C. --laughter.... 4 6
150 <D. J. Tobln ...... 100 3 41 6% 51 4Vi 31 K. Jcnes.... 70 60
siott !'J»iic 11.. ....... 103 2 lh 1% lh 11 4H Krnwu-y....:.-.- 6-5 6-j
iKoy Carruiliers..lO.. 1 2% 2h 3% 5 61 J. Jf.cksun -4 4
178 l'nnc pie 100 4 8 9 *2 6 810 H. Mania....... 5-2 3
177 jAliizan..... .100 66h VI 7 7 73 u'l«ary ; ... 12' ; 25
611 Amelia S. 100 7 5 3 6 8 • 8 Clan son .*....". 20 30
Good sia t. Won eat ly. Winner, L. Ezell'g br. c. by Leona;us-Countes«i i<liesa. Time, 1:19.
i) a O i'OUKTH Thlrieenih-sliteenLhs of a mile; purse $400. '-.:. -.- •;.■' ' . •••■-.
r
JndPi.l
Horse, weight.
I*l
Time, 1:19.
Index. Horse, age, weight, i Pt. 14 1^ 34 g tr . Fin. Jockey. Op.
<'JH6) Mt..VcUresorll.3.llo 2 In lh ! 1 11 ThorpeT 7" 9-20 ~
V"-'4 Heidin^ton, 3 10- 6 25 28 2 3 215 r. Murphy 3
(161) T. ni|>«?stuous, '£.. 9J * 35 310 »8 MJO Ciawson tf
9, Mm .Maggie -W, 2. 95 1 5 2 5 ltf 63 44 Harden 100
227 iJuan. 3 104 3 44 43 4a 550 W. F.ynn 8
ll'.MlmP,* 112 6 6 6 6 0 Fiizgerad 200
Jockey.
' Belling.
Op.. Cl.
ing.
Cl.
2-5
3
15
200
16
300
Good Men. Won easily.
'Jme,1:23%-
Winner, Burns <te Walerhouse's b. c., by Day Btar-lmp. Miss McGregor.
44.
Flt'TH KAtK— Seven-eigbthsof a mile; three-year-olds and upw;
.rd; purse 9400.
Ind.> !. Horse, ape, weight: }St V* ■ I Vi I A K ' r - ; Ifln.;
"(229) ,»ivaradn, 3.1:.....99 1 ........ > 16 10 ........ 12-
-213 Kanißin, 3., ::::.. 106 8 ........ bi A 2 6 I ........ I 2 JO'
215 JackKichetlru, a.107 7 1 61 610 I ........ I 33'
233 Tv, Cheers, 6:. .'.104 a ........ 41i 3% ........ I 43
....... -Argentina 11, 5..;.99 6 Kb. -'■ Ii ........ | 6_'O
230 (Mamie ScotU 4.;. 101 2 74 710 ........ «10
*15 i Woodchopp<r, m. .107 - 5 ........ 1 8 8 .:...... 7h
....... 1 Mahogany, 6. .V.:104 f 4 ;....... i 21A 4V, ........ 8"
215 JKowa sky, 8: :.".:. 102 | left ....... | ........ ;......: I ........ .......:
.oood stail .or all but Kowalsky. VVOii easily. - Winner, I'iiiKtrtoa sta<
Uargarha. '1 ime, 1 :3 l V*- ,'
Fin.
H.M8rt1n ...... 6-5
G01den...:.:..;. -.V-,
Spencer .v .•.—..-.-. 50
i li l- n05. ..::. ..-.::: ia • :
J. Jack 50u... .:. ' 8 •
Cl«»vsoij ::..'.;.'- 2i»'
(■ardner .'.'."'. ..".."; ■'- 8 ."
I. Donald ... 50 I
irawiey 20 .
Joctey-.
Belting.
Op. • 1.
i-si -5
6(
]-•
t
41
21
S0(
4(
lie* cv. if., by Aiulgo-San
Andrews 103, 237 Ezekiel 96, 161 Roselle 100,
Widow Jones 100. 188 Vikiug 106, 156 Billy
Vice 103, 228 Bohemian Lass 100, 112 Destra
100, 234 lorpedo 103, Lost Gin 100, 193 Eta
H 103, 219 V V 100, Dutch \alet 96, 234
Draugm 103.
Third race, ono and a quarter miles, selling—
239 Joe Terry 96, 220 Thornhill 101. 200 Julia
O 98. 205 imp. Caiphurnus 91, 239 Articus
101, 234 Examiner 106. (239) All Over 109,
229 Little Cripple 98, 225 Fred Gardner 101.
Fourth race, one mile, hnndicap— 2o4Theimt«
90, 236 Sir Play 102, 202 Schiller 100, 206
Lincoln II 87.
Fif;h race, one and a quarter miles, hurdle—
198 B*b>- Bill 160, 180 burmah 146, Esperance
109, 99 Arundel 133, Relnmpaeo 135. Three
Forks 148, (232) Haymarket 135, 232 Zara-
gosa 135.
AUCTION OF THOROUGHBREDS.
Annual California Sale of Kancho del
Paso I red Yearlings.
The annual California sale of Rancho
del Paso bred yearlings commenced last
evening at the Mechanics' Pavilion. Killip
<fc Co. have charge of the sale. Twenty
nine youngsters were disposed of at an
average of $214 per head. The sale will
be continued to night, when thirty-one
head more wiil pass under the hammer.
The yar lings owned by the estate of
j Simon Q. Reed will also oe sold at the
i same time.
The buyers and prices realized were as
follows:
Ch. c, by imp. Islington-Aunt Jane, $500,
Gene Leifrti; b. f., by imp. Ciieveden-Caroiita,
$75, \V. H. MeKittrick; b. f., by imp. Preston
pans-Carrie, $'.200, P. Dunne; b. c, by Morello-
Clariiisa, $350, Gene Leigh: eh. f., by Torso-
Cusine, $'.i'2O, Burns <fc AVaterhouse; b. i\, by
Salvator-Dalnshire La«s, $150, W. G. GCKKlniac;
j eh. c., by salvator-Danegeid, $110, W. G. Good
i man: b. )., by Fresno-Duchess of Kendall,
I $115, H. Buckman; b. f., by Salvator-Easter,
£150, \V. G. Gooilman; eh. c, by imp.
Kismet-Emoiion, $200, J. R. Humnhrey;
eh. c, by Salvator-Ethel, $300. J. B. Smith;
b. f., by fcir Modred-Evaiig'Hue, $305, E. Corrl
gan ; eh. c, by Sir Modred-Fideuty, $390, Dr.
Rowell; b. i.,by imp. I'restoiipaiis-Fileo«,slso,
Joe McCarthy; b. f., D3- Tyrant-Firefly, $200, J.
C. Humphrey; b. f., by St. Andrew-Gipsey.
$220, Daggie Smith ; eh. L, by Prestonpans-
Uhut Eyes, $260, E. Corrigan; b. f., by St.
Andrew-G.eicola. $135. J. McGovern; b. c, oy
Midlothian-Giendftir. $400, M. Gray; eh. 1., by
Clieveden-Guilia, $130, 1). J. Tobin; b. f., by St.
' Andrew-Hattie Han, $100, D. J. McCarthy;
! eh. f, by imp. Ancuorite-Holena, $75, W.
! Fisher; b. f., by Clieveden-Hylena, $80, W. G.
i Goodman; eh. f., by Torso- Judith, $300, D. T.
I Smith: eh. c, by Preston pftns-Katio Fletcher.
8220, W. Fisher; b. f., by Oua^-Lady Leinsur,
! $105, H. Buckman; eh. f., by Torso-Lena's
j First, $90, James Brown; eh. c., by Islingtor.-
Little Flush, $210, E. Corrigan; b. f., by Mid
lothlan-Mabei, $310, Colonel D. Brown.
• — • — •
MR. DOLE'S SECRETARY.
i He and Minister Cooper Will Sail Sat- '
urday fur Honolulu— Mm. Dominis
and Princess Kainlani.
Benjamin L. Marx, private secretary to
President Dole of Hawaii, who has been
I in this country since October, in at the
Occidental. He left Washington in com
pany with Minister of Foreign Affairs
! Cooper. Mr. Cooper stopped for a day or
two at Chicago, but will be here soon.
They will Bail on the China for Hawaii
Saturday, l
Mr. Marx is a native of Oakland, and did
not leave there till he had grown to man
hood. He says he knew nothing about
ex-Queen Liliuokalani's intentions to visit
America, and that it was a total surprise
ail around. *
Tne ex-Queen is in communication with
i her niece, the Princess Kaiulani, and yes
: terday received « a cablegram irom her in
London. Mrs. Dominis will prooablyßO
I East within ten days. She says she will
j spend some time visiting the relatives of
I her husband in Boston.
•• — — • ~
MOLDING IN FLAMES.
■ Metropolitan Company's I gtabtlshmeu t I
Gutted by 1 Imms La»t Evening.
The Metropolitan Molding Company's
I establishment, 536 Sacramento street, was
j damaged by tire to tlie extent of $1000 last
; evening. The fire, which broke out in the
: joining department at 6:15 o'clock, had
\ made little headway when it was dis
-1 covered.
The alarm was sounded through box 27.
j and in a few minutes the Ore was under
; control. After working a short time the
I department, in belief that the flames and
i sparKs had been extinguished, left the
I scene. In about an hour, however, the
: flames burst out anew and the Fire De
j partment was again summoned.
This time the work of extinguishing the
| sparks in the shavings and rubbish was
I thorouphly done. The buiidiDg was
I damaged to -the extent of $500 and the
'. Metropolitan Molding Company suffered
J;t loss of $500 on its stock of goods. Tue j
I exact cause of the blaze is not known, but j
j it is presumed that it originated through
spontaneous combustion of a pot of glue.
Copper Mine Failure.
The Imperial Paint ana Copper Company has
j filed a voluntary petition of insolvency. The
i petitioning directors of the corporation are R.
| Herman, Ph. RohrLacher, Louis P. Dunand
and A. R. Herman.
Tue total indebtedness Is placed at $31,
-193 91, a tortion of whic i is for labor at the
company's mine in Neva-la Couuty.
Lending creditors are us follows: R.Herman
I $18,753 93, R. Gross $3GOO, L. F. Dunand
I $2540, Otto ■\\achberg $2373 27, these items
! being for money loaned.
Assets of me corporation are as follows:
Mining property in Nuvada County, Cal., $25,
-000; lersonal property in San Fraucisco,
$1680.
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1896.
PROGRESS FOR MT. ZION
Active M asures Adopted to Aid
the New Hospital at
Oace.
The Polyclinic to Be Started Without
Delay and Building Will
Soon B gin,
A meeting of the directors of the Mount
Zion Hospital Association was held last
evening at the committee rooms of the
Congregation Suerith Israel, Joseph
Brandon stein, president, in the chair. A
discussion ensued upon the report of a
committee appointed to draft plans for
the carrying out of the desire of this asso
ciation, which is to found and support a
hospital and polyclinic supported by the
Jewish community. Tnis is to afford
medical aid and assistance to the deserv
ing sick poor, irrespective of race or creed.
The funds at present at the disposal of
the association, w.iile they are consider
aDle, are inadequate to permit the direct
ors to put the plans in full operation.
The directors do not feel justified in at
once proceeding to erect a building, but
have determined to start a hospital and
polyclinic temporarily, so as to demon
strate to the Jewish community the abso
lute need and Uesirauiliiy of such an in
stitution.
In order to awafcen interest in the ven
ture it has been further determined to
issue a circular, a copy of which is to
be mailed to members of the Hebrew
faith, setting forth the aims and objects
of the institution and inviting them to
designate what amount they will sub
scribe to the association and its work.
The association has a lot at Point Lobim
avenue and Sixth avenue, opposite tl™
French Hospital, and will in time build,
it has beeu decided to use temporarily
Dr. Kosenstirn's private sanitarium at
fcSutter and Hyde streets.
The staff is composed of the following
physicians: Surgeon. Dr. J. Rosenstirn;
physician, Dr. C Levisun; gynaecologist,
Dr." Oscar T. Mayer; oculist and aurist,
Dr. T. D. Arnold. Tue polyclinic staff is
composed of the following: Dr. H. B. de
Marville, Dr. W. P. Nathan, Dr. Jellinek,
Dr. Krotozyner, Dr. H us and Dr. Pischl.
•—• — * — •
Ile-.l irritates oxen because it is the
complementary color to green, and the
eyes of cattie being fixed so mucn on
herba c anything red impresses their
sight with hneely incrensea intensity.
NOTICIS 1)1'' MEETINGS.
3 MOUNT MORIAH LODGE NO. ft
o^6' 44, F. and A. M.— Meeting THIS
(WEDNESDAY) EVENING, at "' 7:3J"ssr^
o'clock. Installation. /^\
■ THKO. FROLICH. Secretary. ,
HE^gF» EXCELSIOR LODGE NO. 166. m
SS = -» r F. and A. M. — Special' meeting £k •
THIS (WEDNESDAY) EVENING. De- "5? if
cember 16, at 7:30 o'cUck. ...Third degree. P^y
IHKi i. E. SMITH, secretary.
■^55=* .MISSION LOiJOE No. 169. P. ft
S*' and A. M.— Installation of officers Jffa
THIS (WEDNESDAY) EVENING at 7:Bo "tSTjf
o'clock. C. l). BUNKER, Secretary. f^7\
et^*S=- i XOELsIOR DEQUE X -»irr'M>fr.'.-
tS3* Loti.e No. i.', 1. O. O. F.— i-p*ctal 4*%r3SiS^
meeting THIS EVENING. Com«r- =!§<3Kss?
ring first ami second degrees in Morse '«)'«' ,
Lodge. - i Ulcers and tcemberv plense attend.
Meet, in Covenant Hall at 8 o'clock sharp.
A. K. KINGSFORD. D. M.
BC^SpTHK RKGULAR MEbTI « OF THE
Zv~& Bricklayer.!' Assoc.atiou will be held at
B'nal B'rUh Hull. 121 Eddy street, Tills
I WEDNESDAY) EVF.NING, Dtcemoer 16. at 8
o'clock. Election of officers.
. JOHN b. CAMPBELL. President.
St**""*""* TO THE OFFICERS AND MEM- #
B^Sr b-rsof the Austrian Benevolent So-fcSig»"y
clety— You »re hereby notified to attendWJjSwS
your regular meeting WEDNESDAY Bp3ftT
EVES ING. December 16, ac 7:30 o'clock lr *SS'* D
sharp, at your hall. 413 sutler at Election of offi-
cers lor ensuing year, third and last reading of
amendments and other iniiiorcam business will
come beiore the meeting, crier ■
. V M. SCAN A'llCH, President.
A. CONXicir, Secretary.'
K3jr> SERVIAN - MONTENEGRIN* -A*,
IS^cr Library iwid Benevolent Society — CSS*
All officers ami members or' the above so- ,TT?S""SJ%
fifty are hereby noilnVd to hi tend ihelr S?snr2il
an.ual n^etlug, MONDAY EVENING,
December HI. at I:','M lock sharp. Htlj^dWi
10 Cm nor ilia St.. to elect new ofticeis for |R£j|£S|
the ensuing ytar (1897). New amend- laßfcWf
clients to me constitution and by-laws'-^ I ***'
will be read before the society for the third and
last time. By order of •
LAZAR JOVOVICH, President. :
Lazab S. Chi; rich. Secretory.
SPECIAL in'oticjjs. ,'■'■'
IKS" GAS FIX. UREi MADE TO ORDER;
i*-* 7 cheapest p.a c In the city. H. HUF-
SCHMID'I , 623 G olden Gale aye.
jC^jrt-* BAD i J2.N AN 1■» J.JKCTKD ; FOJt , $4:
H^-* 7 collections mad«, city or country. PaclUs ' j
tcllrction C 0.," 415 Mont-y St.. room 6. Tel. • 6580 • !
IUVIDEMJ NOTICES.
jTS" DIVIDEND NOTICb— DIVIDEND KO.
i*-^ 38 (25 cen:s per share) of the Hutcbinson
!-ugar Plantation Co. will ha : payable al the office
of the company, 527 Market street, on and after
Moudav, I,fccember2l. 1b96. Transler-fcooks will
• lose Tuesday, December is.' ib 96, at 3 o'clock
p. M. \:. . E.H. SHKLDuN, Secretary.
GKg=- ALASKA PACKERS' . ASSOCIATION.
BK*'. 308 Market St.. San Francisco, December 3,
1896, dividend No. 36, 75 cents per share, payable
14th in3t. at office of company: books closed for,
transier at 12 v., 7th in-t. . •
W. B BRADFORD. Secretary. I
I
A TiONs \» ANXKii-I'JiMAI.IS.
ALL KINDS Of M ALK AND FEMALE HELP
A furnished: ' short, notice: country orders a
specialty, t MRS. a. DA A MI, 313 Sutter st. 1.
OUNG HErfM iN GIRL, VERY FINESKAM-
X stres-i, wishes a situation: timtairs work or will
take care of children; best reference Apply to \
MRS. H1RD, 721 J ill-. , '.■■,.-
r OUNti e^CANDI N AVIAN WOMAN WITH A
X two-year-old child wishes situation as house-
keeper. : Call at 1357 Minna St., bet. Fourteenth
and JMfieeutli. - - ' "
.UfOMAN. Wlr-UKS FEW MORE KNGAGE-
' » nicnts '.ov housework and, housecleaning •by
the day. Ad. ires- 405 Castro st., rear. -
1 EFINKD J.Ai-Y WOULD LIKE A PLACE |
XV lor light' housework; references. A. S., 860 i
Mission si. .
V^' ANTED— PLAIN AND «K.\ERAL ShW- |
' » Ins by. a good seamstress; : 75c a day. ■ Call or
kddreas '.8 1 I.i. km : st. :v ..--
MJDDLK- AGED STRONG GERMAN WOMAN,
'experienced nurse, wishes care of : : invalid; !
terms $1 day. Call or address 616 Br ad way. 1 ear. i
ANTED — BY RKLIABLE, STEADY
tt ; woman, : to "do housework; good cook . and
worker: - wag's $10, $15 mon.h: references, i Ad-
dress "(9 Jes-i'.e st.. be;, t list and Second. : ,:~. ,
YOUNG WOMAN want/5,a Few MORE
X places or house or office c caning; also wash- i
Ing. ; Call 508 NaiomasU . ,
ArOUNO.GIKL WANTS CHAMBER WORK.
X Call at 30 Eighth St. i ■/ ,■■-- .■ <
ASTERN LADY WANTS SITUATION AS
housekeeper: I city or country: the best of ref-
erences. Apply 1»8a Fourth st., room 4. , : -: :
Rl- FINED MIDDLE-AGKI) WIDOW would
like position : as working housekeeper; good
cook,' or ; any .? position - o trust; '. iliy or country '
Call or wrtie to R. H., 6.9 Pow. 1. St. |
XPERiENCaD cook WANTS work i
XJ hot>;l or restaurant; "wages $3J. Cook, 6033/1 i
Hayes' su .. ".. ' : "■■ ..■,-.-, :.■--., ;
W OMAN .WANTS WOnK BY THE DAY '
tt hous'Cleaplngor washing. .221 Minna sUV.-t;
rVTKAT RKSPI-.CTABLE GIRL WISHji-S SITU- I
-I-' ' ation to assist in general, hnuseworic or cliam-
t.erwork ; wiling to assist ; with chtdren; , wages
812 to $15. ;: Call or address 46 ivuss, near nowar.i.
rl \ANI»H GIRL iWIsUKs-JbU'UAIION In
private lam ily io do general home work. Call
or address 207 Montgomery aye. '■ .; '. -.
SWI-S GiRL WISHES 1 UAJTON FOR UKN-
eral houseworic. -Adlress 431 Pine St., room 7.
yoUNG : : lady r wishes ? POSITION r as
X housekeeper; city or country. Call 112 Fourth
st., room 1. V.; .■.'.:'".,■■.
Dre>smXk~er~w6uld LIKE" WORK <BY;
the day, or take work i*ome; fit guaranteed;
reason- ble.r &16 Jessie su, .;;-■ „- :.. '.: '„■■-.. .
yoUNO, WOMAN WA.si'S WORK BY..THK:
X day washing and honsecleanlng; $110 a day.
16 Rincon aye. -; \ ':
REs-PJiCTA BLE WOMAN WANTS WORK BY,
the day wasblne or ironing and housecleaning; I
*1 a flay: Apply 8317, Twenty sixth; cor. Ho.yard. •
; A GIthEABLJSjYOU.xG^LADY.WOI'J^D LIKK
-4.V. to a-sist in family lor room and boaid; at-
ten Is sciiooi. Address box 167, Call Office.*',: : ;
GERMAN. LADY. WISHES SITUATION AS
nurse; 1 ; has had 8 years' experience in sisters',
h' spitnl: will .Jo any kind of house work." Address
ol7Vj Second st. *:■,-■:;;■ ' ;-.'■■ -'TV. --.■: r: " .:■ .-: t:.^.^"'?- ;j,-fv
POSITION AS NURSE -TO AN .INVALID.
MR> JACKSON. 11 1/ 2 Minna. ■
Y«-US(i GERMAN WIDOW WHO CAN WASH]
X irou, cook, wants a position."'- 213 P«rry »t. ■•• .-..
SITUATIONS WANTED— continued.
YOUNG ; LADY > WISHES '■ POSITION AS
X housekeeper; 5 good manager. Addreai MISS
G. M.. box 104. Call Office. ; - -':i"-r
INFANT'h:NURSE::CuWPETENifGJiRMAN
girl to lake entlie charge of infant: best refer-
ences; city or country."**.-,-. X., box 74. Call. :■■'■-■
EEfINEDGIRL WISH'S 1 0 DO , HOUSE.
work and live with a sood family in exchange
lor time to study. .; L. l;; : box 20. this oflice. . " ■. ....
A-'UUNG GERMAN I.ADYWANTo POSITION
■ X as housekeeper, v 112 Taylor st., room. 14. . ■
\\; OMAN WANTS ANY KIND OF PLAIN
"T sewing: nlso cleans and presses clothes: 114
Fourth st.. room 15. : ,- . ■ ' -. ■ ''...•. . ■ ■ : 'v".-"-'
-v UY TH,\ T SOLITAIRE DIAMOND RING;
$15, worth $35. Uncle Harris' 15 Grant aye.
\*. INCitEa. XX ktuVot.. 44 THIRD &1-. NX
»» Market; * 200 1 rooms: 25c to $1 60 per nigat;
»1 60 toftS per week: convenient and respeeialil*;
lr*e bus ana bastraee to and from the ierry.
fell L iA'llO.Ns \V ANXJiD--aiAl,li. '
GARDENER, GOOD MILKER. BFBT RKFKR-
,vT, ences, willing to make himself useful, wuh^a
a tuatlon. 'L., ANDtti ,315 !-tockton st . ' *' "
UNTKit <fc CO.. 1 HJNJi-fJ:. ANJJ JAJ'A-
' nese employment - office. 17 Webb st. below
Kcarny, nr. Cal.'; tel. main 231. W.C. YOUNG, mgr
pUINESE & JAPANESE; EST'D. 20 YEARS:
V;Belp:tel.maln 1997. BRAD t.EYACO.. 640 Clay.
HINKSK AND JAPANESE EMPLOYMENT
\J office: best help. 414i/g o'Farrell. Tel. E 456.
APANKSK IN IELLIIi-E-NCJi AGENCY, R. 73,
Pt Ann's bide.. 6 Edily St.: tel. Main f>234.
OSITION AS :• CLERK, SALESMAN, ETC.,
by one who holds a State certificate and had
6 years' experience as teacher. Address M., box
97, Call Office. „- ■ ' .. -.- -■ : ' ■-■-•"- :
G\ NDY-MAKER, Al WORKMAN, WANTS
work: city or country. * Address O. t?., box 73,
Call Cilice. ,;:,• ___________
PRACTICAL ENGINEER WANTS POSITION
X at stationary work: city or country: ■ well quali-
fied with mining machinery; bolsters,' pumps of
all kin is. •F. Z., box 69, Call Office. ■ "-'•'-■.
NGINEhR .WANTS A SITUATION; 12
years running machine-shop, sawmill, -I hoist-
ing, locomotive engines: kool references. Ad-
dress Engineer, Montgomery Hotel, seconi st.
\\T ANTED— BY MAN AGID SO. A POSITION
tt or trust; is not afraid of work; will give bonds
if necsssary. E. C, box 66, Call Office. : ;
YOUNG MAN WISHES ; SITUATION AS
X ciiysa'esmaa and collector: good references;
alto give bond; had some experience sellin? flour
to bakers; speaks German. ,, A. 1., box 33, d1L
I ANTED— BY A YOUNG MARRIED
couple,. a place In pnvale family or ranch;
man understands nil about horses and cows: wife
can do anything apjertntuin? to household work:
city or country. G. S., box 96. Call.
IDDLK-AGt-D MAN" WITH GOOD CALl-
fornla references wishes position : in a whole-
sale place pre; erred. Y. M.. box 32, Call office.
MIDDLE-AGED MAN; ANY KIND OF WORK
In kitchen; ' hotel or restaurant. ii. A., box
j 91, Call. •,..-':-.-...:■ ■. ■ : ■....■•■■.•.■- :/.'-'■'
YOUNG MAN (22), SPEAKING PERFECT
-L English, German aud French, desires position
In business housn or office; best references. 0.X.,
box 101, Call Office. . .
OODAMKRICAN chief COOK. WHO IS a
baker by trade, wants to go to hands burg; is
a'so a fine ineu;-cu:ter; best of references. Ad-
dress (. onk, 2111/2 Ge.iry St.. in the rear. ■ ;
JAPANESE SCHOOL BOY WANTS TO DO
v ; work in a family. Address Frank, 758 Castro
St., Oakland. - . ' -
\\r AN TED— BY A GKXI'LKMAN OF GOOD
'»" appearance and ■■ good address, a -situation
either In city or country; wou d prefer working
for one whafis opposed to drink and profanity; can
give good references. Ex.. box 44, Call Office.
PAIN'IEH.GRAINKR AND PAPER-HANGER
X Al references; , strictly temperate: will work
v» ry cheap by day or job, for caih or in exchange
for furnished room. Address Rcom, box 65, Call
Office:.: -■- ■■.. ---.."■ ■■-- -■■-■ .- , : - ■'.--■■ ■■■-.■:■.-•■-, ■ ";
STEADY KKLIABLK SCANDINAVIAN
wants work of any kind; can drive and care
for horses. Z. M . box 119, Call Office '
ITUATION WANTED BY first-class
gardener, with California references. • Address
Gardener, box 119. Calt Office. .
NY LKOI . IMATE i-.MP OYMENT, NIGH 1'
ordny.at any terms or hours— janltonnsctoiour-
iiiiiism mid nt-livery waxen driving to advertise-
ment writing; sober; competent; trustworthy
young man. -Address J. J., box 103. Call Office.;
UY THAI 14-K. GOLD AM. WaTCH:
$29, worth $60. Uncle arris, 15 Grant aye.
L'OKEMA.V VINKYARDI.vr AND ORCHARD-
a Ist (French) : wishes • situation < good referen-
ce-. Address G. A.," Ho:el La France, .718 Cali-
fornia 81.
POSITION JiY A GOOD CARPENTER
X around institution or day work; will go any-
wtere. Address L. B. T.. box 66. Call. •
AN OF LONG rXPKRThNCE IN HARD-
' ware. ■■ aericultural implements, stoves, etc.,
wants situation; city or country. a. X., box 154,
Call. -: ■ :■■■ ■ - .' ' ' " ' ' -• - ' ' • . ' .- ■
lON-WRITER, YOUNG MAN. AS IMPROV-
er: low wages. 48 Haoramento at.' . :
SITUATION WAN JED AS Ci.ERK, BOOK-
O keeper or business manager In wholesale busi-
ness. Address C", box 15, Call Office. • ■':..*-»■
l.M'Htsl'Klt noU.-lt, 44 JHiKJ>. NKAR
Market— Electrlo lights in . very room: 209
rooms; 25e to $1 50 per nlchr.; $1 50 to $S pec
Hreic: bd bus and baceaee to and from the terry.
1 1.11A1.L lil.Lf WANTED.
pic H M AN G E N E iu L HOUSEWOR K G Tr L,
VI.-: $20; mldd.L-ag-d woman, ; housework.' coun-
try. $20, B'-e party ■ here; sin. housework, goo i
cook, 3in family, 520: Swedish. German and
viiuti - A merican girls, light housework, $10 ' and
15. C. R HANaEN & CO., 110 Geary st. ; -
IDDLK-AGKu IRISH LADY AS HOUSK-
• keeper. $15: cook, German style, $30; cook. •
Honfonl, $25:; Alameda,' $'^5: ' San Maieo. $25:
10 housework girls, city and country. $20 and
$25: . 6 vouni;:i.l is. assist, $10 to »15. Miss
CULLEN, 323 Suiter st.
G' ERMAN OR SWEDISH HOUshWORK
girl, $-5; French i ook, $JO. MISS CULLEN,
323 Suiter st.
:DDLK- -GEI) WOMAN, COUNTRY, $16.
MISS CULLEN, 323 utter st, «■;■?■-?■
OLORED COOK, $25. MISS CULLEN, 323
\J sutler st.
WAITRESS, COUNTRY, $15. MISS CUL-
TT Li-.N, 323 Sutter st.
EH>ED NURSE, $25: NURSE, COUN-
try, $30.' Miss i ULLEN, 3*3 Sutter st.
HOUSE WORK IiIKL, SLKtP HOME, $15.
MI-s CULLEN". 323 Sutler st »
i"i IKL, I.AOI'NA ST.. $15; GIRL, GUERRERO
St., $15; girl for the Presidio. $v 0: girl. Fill-
more $15; clrl, Sutler St., $16; housekeeper,
I $16; plrl. Washington st., $15: girl, Powell st..
I £15: girt, Scott si., $15: gir . Nineteen; h su Sl5:
girl for c-onora. Cai., $16: 7 German, 9 Swedish, 3
Dan sh clrli MARTI .S. 749 Market tt. ■■■:-.
OUK, FjSW i.OARDEU>. $15 TO $20; GKK-
man or Swedish girl as chambermaid and wait-
ress, $'JJ and rcom; chambermaid and wait some,
>ama Cruz, Cc.l.. $.0 aid room; "waitresi,* <oun-
| try. . $-5: 3 waitresses, $15 and room: • girl for
i Crockett Cal., $20 and room ; waitress, ss a week:
chum maid and wait some, $.0 hint - ro<m;
French-speaking .waitress;; woman for Jewish
cuokliig, «40. MARTIN'S, 749 Market St. •
GIRL, £HOTWKI,LST.,SI2: GIRL. GOLDEN 1
Gale aye., $12 ; girl, jcoK st., $15: middle-
aged woman, ii 1 yant aye.: girl, Petalnma, $15;
small girl. Vallejo st., *8: - lilrl, Huah m... >ti2;
Kir., Devisaaero m., $10;.Germau girl, Lurk n si.,
I $10: g li, Palo A 1.0, al.: <.o.cred Kir.. $10: tcirl,
j Eddy St., $12. MARTI 749 Market st. -
\\j ANTKD-GKRMAN OR SCANDINAVIAN
i TT laundress, country. $25: laundress, city, small
! laundry, *20- J-n-ucii woman, light huusswork, 2 j
In family. $20; nurse, '£ children, $20::Frei.ch
coo,, ma 11 rjoarding-house, $25: 'young girls 10 :
rssls , $10 and $12. -'LEuN ANDRE, 3i5 .Stock-
! ton st -:■;■' '- '•; ■■■''. .. ." - y :. -. ' .:>>-."• "• ■- ;."
CIOOK. NO WASH, AMERICAN FAMILY, $30:
,\J nurse. $20: cook, private boardlng-liouse, »30;
| waitress, country, ho, el, $20, and a urge number
of girls for cooking «nil housework. :J. ■F. CROO-
ETJ' ifei O. 316 Stit er st. V
CH M B RMAIU. . FIRST- CLASS HOTEL,
\J south. $20.. Scandinavian ranch cook, »20 to
$.6; 45 women and glr.s for ho'tsework, cooKin^.
etc. MURRAY & READY, lea ling employment
agents. 631-63 i C.«y si. ' :'^. . : -,.;. ; -„' ■ . ;; ■: .-,., ;•
Lain Laundress to assist ting,
. $25: laundress boardiug-house, $20: call early.
I(.T. WARD & CO., 610 Ci ay st i
'«, YOUNG GIRLS FuRY GENERAL HOU8K-
"l work: German orSweuish preferred: 2 "cooks;
2. French girls; goo 1 wiiges; k.so German house-
| keeper.> auty. DADA&II, 313 Suiter st. -J V ■ v'
■i Vi ANIED— YOUNG Si GJITL . FOR 1 LIO.HT
; ' » housework in small ; lamily: one who is will-
I Ing to make herself ; generally useful. ',' Apply at
I Valencia st., nfier 1 v. m. r
I U' AiSTlili^uEßMAlii una FOR house-
tt work in gruall family. Call 920 Dolores st. r '
GIRL '1 0 ;DO .-.-. UKNKRAL HOUSEWORK;
good home. 121 Hartford St., bet. 19th «fc2oth,
\ki AN J E 1 — IiIRL AS COOK AND GEN KRA~L
:y 1 i housework; ; 2 in family; - flat; ¥15. , 250iy
Sutt-r st ■"
IV! EAT IN» ELLJGENT GIRL FOR GENERAL
-Xi 1 housework; German pieferred; twoln family;
call 9 01. J402 Hyde <>£:; -y
i« A I'PRh.NiaCf. -WAN lED i-OR TAILORING
.Q. coats. 567 Market St.; / :-.?■ :. . - ;
GOOD > FINISHER- ON*. .CUSTOM PANTS;
VJ alsoxpprenil c, 411*^ Kearny St., 2d floor.
XK J *j'J'' | l JC HKRfS; WANTED AT . TONKINS',
1227 Market st. -..-.•- • : '
VV A . N . ' KJJ ~ ''Bt'MAKI',K ; APPRENTICE;
-"■.win pay.:.ieo4 Devlsa ero St.. 0 a. m. ; .
V l^it 11 !» I fON CUSl'.ai FANTS.7 LEONARD.
J- place, off Leaven worth, bet. Turk and Eddy sis.
*YV'c*o^ k7i'« IL . OUE:S! * ON GENTLEMEN'S
.:. 'i coats. .-: 571 Market St. •.'■;'':■;■',:■..■, :..:■ - ■--.:. 5; :■:..-,
A\ yL ™™?'*A ° fU V *'°J? GENERAL IIOUSE-
,AJ. wore and cooking. \\ 917 Putter st. x J
\y ANTKD-YoUNG GIRL toR GENERAL
*>- housework in small family.^l 623 O'FaneTlst/
GIRL UPSTAIRS WORK, » 8- <41RL
for housework, fim.ly of 3. $20. hi Kills' au
; W AN 1 Kli-VOU.. " ?LADV , typesUj'jer:
. " w» PBj6 per weeit.yAddress T.. box 11; Call!-.
AroUNO t.lrtj ; LIGHT HoC^MrvVoRK- NUJ?
1 ber o^l gate. 1326 Guenero su
HELP WANTED— Contln«««rt. ,
."VOUNG GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK
; X and cookinc: call In the morning. 1628 suiter.
V OUNG; t'IRL, 1 TO i 15: LITTLE TO DO;
,X* small wages: s country. D., box 99, Call. '
WANTED— A, GIRL TO MlNi> CHILDREN.
r Call after 9 a. m., 1626 Vaileju st. r.^ '■• ■■■> - -'
WANTEM— YOuNG GIRL FOR GENERAL
;*•'»:' housework; Protestanu 'i> 1698 Pane st." ;"-:.-..
TiiIKST-Ci.ASS HAIRDRESSER . A D
JJ beauty culture: piano-player preferred. Apply
after 7pm : 41 3% Hayes st. ,-'.. ■•'„■•; : ! '; h- ■ ' : ■
I A WREN Ce. CUT 1 1. SCHOOL IS THE
Xv only reliable p!ac» for patterns: -every : one .
guaranteed to be perfect. 1231 Market st. '.J
DV li-K. GOLD LADIES' .iM'KM WINDING,
.$l4, worth $35. Uncle Harris, 15 Grant aye.
LYNNS DRESSMAKING AND CUTTING
Academy, 14 McAllister St.: $1 per week. ;
1 EARN : J.RKSSCLTTING " AN FIT UNO;
XJsklrt patterns.2»c. MCDOWELL'S. 636 Market
W ANTED— MEN Wo4lfc.N To LiiAR-V
'» barber trade: only 8 weeks required; tooU .
given and catalogue t>euu ;b. rJS". l>u.ruer bcaooi,
1515 Howard au ' . '" '-"..';;
\\l ANTED —AN i EDUCATED, MIDDLE-
»» ascrt woman, scrupulously neat, who has had
experience in the management of a household and
care of children: wMow preferred, witnon; family
entanglements: will have the care of two girls, 7
ana 10 years, and general management of home:
one servant, : allowed. 'Address ,M. ' A., ', box 154,
Call Orlice. V : , .; -/ ..■':■'.. :/.-'.», -
ANIED— PUPILS; SPKCI ALRATEH: DAY
nr evenin? class hairdressing 25c; up to
date. Parlors 1026 Market st.. over the Wonder.
OST CONVENIENT AND RESPECTABLK-.
Winchester Hous>\ 44 Third st . near Market:
200 rooms; 25c to $1 5j per night; $1 50 to $6
per week: free 'bus and bargaga to and from ferry.
UAL K a JCL f \\ AN 'IK li.
/-vom pet ent"cXmp~ cook; vegetable
\J conk, country hotel; $35. C. R. HANSKN &
CO., 110 Geary st. .:
EXPERIENCED MAN TO RUN BURLEIGH
S-i drill for tunnel work; < om Detent camp black-
smith who can shoe -- and ! sharpen ' tools. C. R.
HANSE.n & CO., 110 Geary su;
\\> ANTED — 3 MORE MINERS; GOO D
'* steady -Job: ; $52 per. month; teamster for
wood and cor.l yard: must know ihe coal business:
$52 per. month: 4-horse; teamster for- road work
near city: $30 end 1 f und: steady job; farmers,
milkers and others. W. D. EWER <& CO., 626
Clay st. -'.:.. . : .-' .....
Tj'AKMER AND. WIFE FOR ORCHARD*,
x $40; blacksmith;: cement- finisher, see boss
here; cement-rinishpr helper, 8-2 50 « day: up-
holsterer, city; gold miners on shares: 3 cooks; 3
waiter*; 2 diswashers. MURRAY, <R HKADY.
Leading Employment Agents, 634 and 636 Clay.
U AVI ED— GERMAN OH SCANDINAVIAN
-man about ula.e, $25 to $30; Eastern cabinet-
maker; second - cook, country, $3t>, and others.
App y to J. V. CROSETT & CO., 628 Sacramento.
APANr.SE BOY, cHAMBERWOBK AND
V wait; $20 and room. .MARTIN'S, 749 Market.
ISHV A HER, $15 AND ROOM; GERMAN
boy as waiter; ioo*, $65 and room; cook, $7 a
week. .MARTIN'S, 749 Market st. • ": : '
ECOND CooK, : $50: CALL EARLY. MAR-
TIN's, 749 Market st. . ' J-:V
BOY AS DISHWASHER, $12; BUTLER, $30.
Miss CU J.LEN, 323 >ulter st.
I-AKTY HOLDING GuOu POSITI >N WANTS
' $100; good ; security and « temporary position
given In return. ' S. H., box 16, Call.
PEIOUCH^RS .WANTED AT TONKIN'S,
XX 1227 Market st .
AGENT FOR CLEANING AND DYEING
establishment; reference required. BER-
TIN'S, 430 Bush sU- ; .
WANTED- YOUNG MAN AS PARTNER IN
. Vr o:d established business paying $65 monthly.
For particulars apply 26', Kearny su, room 4. ■
Y\r ANT KD— A STRONG BOY FOR RES-
'» taurant; $3 ra ' ween; call after 9 a. m.
SCHWARZ & BETH, cor. Market and O'Farreil.
\\r ANTED— young BU I CHER to drive
tt wagon. > 511 Pacific st. ' . .; .; .
LURST-CLASS I.OATMAKERS; ALSO OPER-
X aiors working by the week. 28 Morris aye. i
\\' ANTED— GOOD WAITER AT 7i!7 PARKIN
' 'I street.
pOOD CANDY-MAKER. APPLY AT 1134
Of Valencia st. •. „ 1 .-. .."•.". -
OY JO DRIVE MILK WAGON; MUST GIVE
bond. 1117 Webster St., 9a. m.
'.VfKW.. WALDO~HO"USE. 765 MISS'ON ST.,
xi bet. Third and F>mtth — ingle; furnished
rooms, night, 10c to 50c; r week, 60c to $2; read-
ink-room: stri'tes: attniion morning calls; clean;
quiet; open all nluht. '-.■',-; ;rf -.■ , • ; »,j
\\; ANTED— BILL CLERK, STENOGRAPHER
.' • and typewriter: - state age. experience and
salary: references. McNKIL BROS., San Jose.
YV' ANTED — STKADY MAN. TO ATTEND
I '» store in I cash manufacturing business: must
have $150 cash and be satisfied with $20 per
week. Apply 777 Market St., room 7.
r\ REAT RtDULJTON IN PRICKS AT TH-
Al New Waldo House, 765 Mission st., bet. Thiid
and Fourth: per nig nt, 10c, 15c, 20c and 50c; per
week, 60c, $1 25 and $2. •'-<:' r V
PARTNER WANTED IN A CASH BU ; INESS:
X clearing f6O per month. 33 Sixth St., room 18.
ijAt\Ht.lia' J'jSOI J-.CTi V J>. UNION tMPLiO i
1* m«nt HKmitrr. CONRAD TKOKLL. 657 Clay
ARBKKs— FuR EMPLOYMENT CALL SKC
.13 P. C Barbers' Assn. H. FUCHS, 325 Grant aye.
uORjNJ-.YAtJiN : BAKi.iI.Ua 1 c~i PLO 1 ALcM*.
JubKKf. Y'MjiN BAKi.i.i(3' t^l'liOiilii.M
seTeiary. H. BERNARD. 102 seventh St.
EST 2-CilAlß BARBER-SHOP IN CITY.
Apply at 1 Taylor st. .
ARBEKS— GOOD i-CHAIR SHOP; MUST BE
li sold iOday. £01 O'Farreli st.
HARBEK WASHSTAND-, ONE, TWO AND
I > three bowls, iheap. 623 Golden Gate aye.
"L^Ll'HoilOU.-K, Bo3Va MARKEJ ST.— RooMS
XJ 20c. 25c to 50c riicht: $1 to $2 wee*. ' ;
■<5» 1 (\ CASH AND SERVICr -*; $25 A WEEK
OX U guaranteed.. 215 Sansome St., room 12. ■
SEE THK 81LVKB WATCHES FOB $3,
.worth $20. Uncle arris, 15 Grant aye.
USED ALE, S7r CHcAPESI AND
best odglng-house in the city: open ail night,
\\r INUHhSI r.i% HOUSIi, 44 i JUrtH ST.. NX.
TT MarKet: 200 rooms, 25c a night: reading-
room: free bus and ba-rgage to and from the ferry.
BANKRUPT HAVING PURCHASED
!' large stock of boots and shoes that must Le
sold by Jan. 1 at gre-u <acrifice to make room for
sprint; goods. Cal. Boot and Shoe Mfg. stores,
767 MarKet and 638 Market, opp. Palace HoteL
ECRUITS WANTED FOR THE UNITKD
,XX Mates Marine ■ Corps. United States Navy:
able-bodied unmarried ni«n, between the aces or 21
and 30 years, who are citizens of the United Mates,
lor those who have legally declared their intention
10 become citizens: runs: be of good character anil
habits and able to speak, read , and write English, -
and between 6 Meet (> Incne-* and 6 feet 111 height.
For further information- apply at, the Reciulun^
OlHce. 20 Ellis su. San Francisco, cal. . ■
\TiiW:;WaLuO HOUSE, 76?> mission, HUT.
Xi>'3d and 4th— s : ngl" furnished rooms, night 16c
to soc. week $1 to $2 60; re;iding-inom; strictest at-
tention morning calls; clean: quiet; open nil nlgnt.*
TYLJSH AND -DURABLE CALF' SHOES
made to order: $2 50. 969 Howaid. nr. sixth."
~\?OK FULL AN t CLEAN* 10c .ur.Al. 'OR
X I coffee anil cakes 5c no to 13i^j Grant *t».'/>^-:.''.
\\f AN'IV.D— LABORERS JAN JJ ;■ M KCHaNICS
• *, to know that Ed Rol^ln, lieno House proprie-
tor, -still runs t Denver v Hous», 217 ThlrJ 151)
large rooms; "5c per night; $1 ms 3 per week.'. -
iliiv 1 A I il i: JiutSlV : V... J. AUhr. I ai.. l>r,-
X low Sixth: for room: l(ir» nleht: $1 a wee'<.
HoEs! 1 SiioES! SHOES! ; NEW Jo ORDER :
any, style, $3 . up; '. misfits ' and cast-oft : shoes
bough: or exchanged; ::: large stock of fceconil-nmU
shoes: . first-class 3 repairing; .- work . KUaruutueO.
749 Mission St.. near Grand Op»ra-house. ■'..'■ : *.
"I nt MEN TO TAKK LODGING AT ioc. 15c
J \'\J and "0c a night, including coilise au.l roils.
*24 Washington st. . near Kparu . :;.,;' -.
V\* A.>Ti'-D— AN iDKA: « HO CAN Tit INK OF
;T" Kome slmpie thing In l.i-.tenir I'rotect yonr
ideas; they may bring yon" wealth. Write JOHN'
WKDDERBURN &CO., Dept. L, Patent Attor-
tu'ys, bin:; ion. ' D. tc", for;: their $le>UJ i>nw
ufler and list of 201) Inventions wanted. . -
ANTKU.iO COLLECT V\'AUKS I,AJIOR
rrs«tcl rrlcs. KNOX Collection Accy. 110 Butter
rriHE CHEAPEST, AND. LARGEST -LODGING-
X iiousw in town. Llndeli House, oth ami Howard.
I>E->T IN CITY— SiNULK ROOMS. 1... 20 AND
11 25 cents per night: $1, $1 *5, $). 50 per week.
Pacific House. Commercial and l.eidesdorfl! sts.' ■ ':
WANTED— N ROOM.-, 15c A DAY; $1
■ •»»;■ wees grooms? for 2, 25c a day. $1 S!J a week;
rfaillng-roora: dully papers. 36 Clay su
ESJMO.. WANTS '100 MrJ To v.ET BO I-
. tin b»er or wine 6c ; oest free lunch. ; 643 Clay-
| ) OUMS 15c To 75c Pii.R N IG hi ; 600 To $1 60
j XV per week. * Oriental. 225 Drumm st. - ; ; ;. j. ,
\V I>. YljUlt SHOES— WK RKJ'AI it
j « » ; ahoes up to - 9 o'clock every night; those work- j
ing through the day can have their shoes repairs-.!
at night while you wait: ladies' soling, :isc; men' i
;K»llng, 60c: ■•.' fine shoes made to order irom $2 up:
; we have a lot of shoes, been damaged by I water, as I
less^ than one- fourth their value, from 25c, up w-
■s2 uO.' 66 J Mission au. bet. First a:." ami Second st.
•-* ■ PABTXEKS WANTED:
( (D? j iU\ PAm'^n^WAN^TE^^N^rijASH
tip ' \J\J . business:, must be nh.e. 10 give good
reference. »: .S3 Mi:hn; room 18. r• ' ■ /
A\ ANl'iiU-MIIiiCiiLLAMiOUS. , ;
T» typewriter io rent or buy. if cheap. T. W.,
i typewriter to rent or :buy. ;if ,- cheap.': :T.IW.,
box 33, ( all Office, : .- * .:: '-.''.."-■" .:
GA OR : GASOLINE iKNUIXiH WANTED IN
VJT , exchange for carpenter work.' M.. box 72, Call.'
jiCONJ>HAND?KOuAK^.i CAMERAS. len-
ses," magic lanterns and slides. 109 Montßmry.
APPLKS W ANIED— SOU ND S WINTER VA-
-■-CXTieties; 4 tier; in carload lots: tor cold-stor-
: me '■-:■ purposes, "■ consumers' Ice : Company,'. 420
: Klghtn st., s. F. . ' . . - >
ROOMS PaPKREK. $2 50 : UP: WHITKNKD.
#1 up: stains or blemishes removed; paintl-s(
by day or contract; I*oo Webster, tel. Hlelner"233.
ij UIJ.L-I.NUS JUuIAiJJ. i : LUiIR.-.H. SAStiKo,
X) doors, mantels, etc., for sale. 1166 Mission st.
,V«El>LiY^UK"iiO»jK>, CLO'i'Jlti..\i> AAH ji-.W-
O thy 10 A. KLEIN, 109 Sixth ML; stud postal.;
A GENTS WASTED. •
FOR A PROFITABLE ENTERPRISE. : ELOU-
WESKE, 7 to 8 P. M.. 1605 Steiner st.
GENTS— A BOOK THAT OUTSELLS ANY
publication- slice Grant's book Is ■ "General
Miles' Personal Recollections"; every one wants
the book written by the Commander-in-chief of the
United " States army: first ~ agent's ' commission
$22 in 3 hours. * E. PERSON, manager subscrip-
tion department. The* Whitaker & Ray Company
723 Market st. :...:, .-■•'::.'-,., .-. ', :...-;--:. .>.-. ; -
■\ro MAGAZINE. OFFERS SUCH LIBKRAL
a.', inducements to aeents as The Family Journal.
Write for particulars, 14 san some St.. S. F. ■ .
CLAIK\ ANTS.
"DEM OVAL. REMOVAL. RKMOVAL.
KNOWLEDGE OF THE FUTUR«
Is Power
For the Present
Your Future Foretold
i .By the Quesn'of Prophets,
MRS. DR. F. CLARK,
Permanently Located in This City. .
Honest, Fearless and Capable.
She fully realizes the responsible position in
which' her remarkable gift places her and will .
exert herself to the utmost to please and benefit
her patrons.
If you are in doubt that she can and will per-
form all she claims feel yourself Invited to call
an i she will: give you more substantial proof of
her marvelous pov. than you have ever before
received from t mortal. Do not . fail to see her if
you are' interested in. the afl'iirsof life: If mar-
riage, sickness, death-t, changes, travels, divorces,
separations. lawsuits, business transactions,
wills, deeds and mortgages, lost or s'.oien prop-
erly, hidden treasures. lost or absent . friends In-
terest you; if you care to know what you should
do to be successful: where : you should go and
whom to avoid, when to buy and sell slocks, etc.—
In a word, whatever may be your trouble, suspi-
cions or designs, call on this gifted woman »nd
she will send you away happier, wiser and bolder
than ever before; she advises you with a certainty
by a higher than human power as to the proper
course to pursue in life: her descriptions of your
friends and enemies are as real as though they
stood before you: call and test the madam to your
heart.* content and you will depart thoroughly
satisfied that there is at least one reliable medium
now in your midst. Fee $1 and $2. Hours— 9 a. m.
to 8 p. m. s'.ricu . ..
N. B.— Perfect sat'sfaction' guaranteed by mall.
Send stamp for illustrated pamphlet, with special
terms, to MRS. DR. F. CLARK. 1206 Market St.,
Par. ors 25 and 26. Take elevator. . :. :::.
ME. DR. THOMAS, SCIENTIFIC REVEAL-
er by eggs and cards; tells entire life, past,
present, future: consultations on all affairs; noth-
ing excepted; names given; : good ~ advice: : sure
help; restores lost love by svmpatny: mistake im-
possible: fee »1 : letter $2. 929 Post st., nr Larkln.
ME. JANSKN; - WONDERFUL CAKD-
reader and magnetic healer. - Room 22, 1
Fifth at. . -.::
ME. SCHMIDT, CLAIRVOYANT. TELLS
past, present and future; success to all; for-
tunes by mall; low price*. 856 Mission st.
ARDS READ TRUTHFULLY; 25C. 419
Geary st., room 22. . . : ';::- :
ME. DX YOUNG HAS ARRIVED; CARD-
reader; magnetic healer. 309 Sutter, room 8.
X,l ME. HAN SEN, PALMIST, CA RD-READER;
IX past, present and future: 25c. 148 6th st., r. 5.
\f. ME. LKUETTE — CLAIRVOYANT & BUS.
IV I advice-. 25c: one price. 311 Tehama, nr. 4th.
ME. WALTERS OF TEHAMA; CARDS: LA-
dl<>s, 25c: gents, 30c. 951 Mission, nr. 6th.
ME. PEARL. magnetic healer:
lucky palmist charms. Room 2, 223 Post st.
ME. RAY BhNNETT-CARDS Re AD: MAG-
rietic healing specialty. R. 10 ,122 Post,2d floor.
MiME. FANNIE DAVIS, LUCKY MAGNETIC
healer: cards read. Room 2, 122 Post sU
luy that ITdY'S~DIA. PIN7~PRICE $46,
1J worth $«0. ' Uncle Harris. 15 Grant aye.
ME. MOREAU, BEST CLAIRVOYANT
and medium in city; fee 26c up. 764 Howard st.
■MME. HAVKNA READS LIFE FLUENTLY:
ItJ business advice; names given; 25c up. 5 Fourth
ISS NELSON, FROM NEW YORK, CARD
reader. 120 a Eddy st, room 1. V ■:-:•■ '
ME. SYBILLK TELL> FROM. CRADLE TO
grave; pictures piveu:ladles 25c: 614 O'Farrell.
R-. B. B UMANN, BEST-KNOWN CLAlR-
voyant in the city. Residence 132 Turk su
ME. HARRISON OF NEW YORK: CARD-
reuli r, magnetic healer. R. 17, 109 a Powell at.
ttuai'tALisJii.
PEOPLE'S SPIRITUA LIST MKETING; ii i
J Larkln su: 8 p. k.; Edward X Earle, the won-
derful test and slate-writing medium; admission
1) cents. • •■' •';■%'■ ■•;; ~ 2; .'." r;~ '-'■' _'
: • tor- -MCALLISTER— C. J. , MEYER;
Di£O test meetings every night, 10c;. Tne., FrL,
2 P. x.; business sluings:tranceclr.,'«.'sc;Sat.eve $1
Ks. OSMAN, TRANCE BUSINESS ME-
dium: si tines daily; circles mhi" ay, Tuesday
and Friday, Bp. m. :25c, 838 Mission au :
TEST MEETING TO-NIGHT; 10c 835 Mc-
Allister Stitt, Clemens Skeptics Invited.
AlJlhS 1 . AID MEETS TU-U.iY: 418 M?
Allis erst.: 2 p M. Admission free.
UY THAT 14-K. GOLD LADY* WATCH;
$16, worth $40. Uncle Harris. 15 Grant aye.
~* M. FRANCIS. INDEPENDENT SLATK
. writer. 118 HalghtsU: hours 9 until 6 p.m.
vi KS. H.LLIS, MEDIUM: SITTINGs.B TO B, $1;
.!>J circles Tues.Fri.. 2 P. sr., 25c. 1h24 Market su
HYPNOTISM. .
YP^jTI»M^ScTfc3<TIK7cXKY^A^^
success grtd.H vpnotlcMesmericlns,6
• DENTISTS.
DX. L. T. CRANZ— EXTRACT ION~P^ULnTess7
crown work, bridge wok and teeth ' without
plates a specialty. 336 Suiter, NX. cor. Stockton.
(]\*r7 FULL S*.T OF i J-.Ii.TH WORTH $16;
O * • warranted 5 years: extraction free: fillings
50c, Chicago Dental Parlors. 24 Sixth st.
R. JES-.UP, dentist. Formerly sut-
ier end Monte'y, can be found 318 Kearny sU
pHAU ANT & CUALFANT, MOVED FROM'
XJH Mason to 119 Powell: bridgework aspenialty.
Tj^ULL SET OF 'JKETH, $7. WARUANTEI);
X filllnir 60c. crowns $3. DR. BROWN, 21% 3d.
CtLIOA l>f,.\ i Ali AS.&OCIA i lo.n. bOdJdAK-
ketst.; DR. CHARLES W. DECKER. .
(3.7 -A »t.T.i'UK 1 tEI'H—WA .'.RANTED Ad
•IT • good as can be made: tilling $1 DR. SIMMS,
dentist, 930 Market St., next Baldwin Theater.
pAINLJiaS i •- XT R ACTION, 60c; CKoWN
' X bridge work a specialty: plates $5 up: 13 years' -
experience. R. L. WALSH, D.D.S., 81 5 Geary.
l^R. I.UDLUAI HI J.i* 1443 MARKET fi>T., NR.
XJ Eleventh: no charge ; for i extracting . when
plates are made: old plates . mode over like new;
teeth from $8 per set; extracting 60c; gas given.
y'Jb.T or TEE I'H'WiTuuUl" A fLA'i ii. lili.
:O H. G. Young, 1841 Polk v.
DR. J. J. L.r.j!.rv. JViOb MARK hi. CO It. (.-OLDEN
-XJ Gate aye.: open evenings: Sundays till noon.
ROOM.E DENTAL AS»O<JiAiTON, 769 MAR-
ket, bet. 3d and 4th: gas -specialists: painless
txtracting. with gas. $1: plates. $5 up: fill, $1 up.
DR. ujiORGK W. LEEK. THE GEN LINK
Leek dentist, discoverer of painless extraction
and patentee of s Improved bridge : work or j teeta
without any plate, moved from 6to 20 Parrel Wt.
LL WORK IIKASONABLK AND „ Wa*
ranted. DP- J. W. KEY. 112*2 Market st. /
'i v MOU SALK-iIISCELLASEOIs.
BICYCLES THAT WK WILL SELLB^FCMtK
cur '97 stock arrives, new and second hand, at
■ leas thai auction prices: 'a- rare opportunity for
Christmas purchasers: call or send for description.
INDIANA BICYCLE CO., 410 Mission St., corner
First. •: ■■- r . "-: : : ■ ■ ■ .■■ ■; : .'■--.'■:-■-::■,■•■-:-:
-AT FACTORY WHOLESALE PRICE — tiAT-
JTi. tan chairs, rockers, stands and odd pieces suit-
, able for holiday presents. < Save you half b.- call-
ing / at r once at . Caluornla " Rattan ' Company, 61
First st, near Mis>io:i. '..'■;■-'?
SECOND-HAND SAFE; Fl REPROOF; VJiRY
0 cheap. D. N. HAWLEY. 318 Market sl.
UKINI ING , PRESS. TYPe;.- ETtl: FINK
■X Christmas present .: HILL,* 22Vi Geary, r. 39.'
ESTAURaNT FOR 'HALK ON ACCOUNT OF
XX sickness. A| piy 627 Montgomery st.
;)VOR SALE— DOCTOR'S STANDiNU TOP
X 1 phaeton; In goo.l order. ROBERTS, 1613
: Market su--;. ... ' . ;...,.'..-.:....,■..."...,-..- .
LINE JERSKY COW FOR SALE CHEAP:
. T $25 if uiken at once. Address HEIFER, box
21, call Office. v-;- ■■- -.--■;- ■-.-.••.■'.•
ANIMPORtKD rKMiLE ENGLISH PUG:
S\- ma tese color: 6 months old: in perfect condi-
t ion; finest HUd only one n the city; price $50.
;, Address box M 84, Call Office. ; : .:' . ' ' .
! LOR SALE— A $65 SINGER SKWING MA-
: _ r chine, the latest, for »25.* 252 l-.ightb st.
; :«)DJZ. BROWN LEGHORN AND PLYMOUTH
Rock layln; pullets .143 BartlettsU .
Ink ; nkaija' furnished rooms i or
sale. 366 Minna n.';V.-^ .. . .-- ; „i."l
ukat DANE \ pup^ - FOR sale /ok for
: trade for diamond, ring or bicycle; prize-win-
ning stock, : - tall 17 Hyde st. • , .' :•' .
1: UY SOLITAIKE DIA.KAKRI.NGS,
1 • $180, wortys4oo. Uncle Harris. 15 Grant ay.-.
IOHEST fPKICK. PAID HUM'S 1 2D HAND
Clothing a- d dresses. FABIAN. 1020 Fols m.
', ~ ATION AL S CASH -; HK^l VTER, X- GOOD ;■ OR-
| i.l I der; also large roldlng-door safe. 1 8 Mission st. -
Of FEE X MILL. sCAliJfis, LETTKR -. PRESS,
stand des<: money .till, safe; cheap. 102 Clay.
OJN A RCH i BLUE FLAMK Ht.i U'.hsl ARE
the bisu W. S. RAY MFJ. la California
; i, ARS, ;; SHOWCASES, COUNTERS. SHELV-
; - »-'- Ing, etc.. light and wold."; 1063 Mission. nr.7th.
hoJLER.S,KNGi.>Ks, - jD-HANn machinery
.water-plnes.^Mclntosri A Wolpirmn. 1 37, Beale.'
i ON*. SJIAUi Jlr.uilii A.\l» LAiv^K-alZlfi
, U lire ana burglar proof safe. iOtf-111 Mukei su
ARGAINSTHIS WEEK AT THE RELIABLE
offices of HEALY & CO., 23 Kearny St.
. .French, liquor-store at invoice price. , • ._
Dairy produce and fancy groceries, etc.: kepi D '
piesent owner 12 years: livins- rooms: $-50. . \
Branch bakery, candy, sL/tioni'ry.not'.ous.clgars, c I
etc.; 4 living-rooms; nearfoarket: $125. f I
'«t 1 1 l\t\ t-JROC.-.KY AND BAH: DOING r -
W I XUU. fine business: location will bear
investigation: o<>e this a. once; a snap. SCRIB-
NER & CO., 7 City Hallave.
%1 O C\Cl(\ wholesale and retail
tin A v.V/vrV'. liquor-store; one of the best estab-
lished and finest locations in ci:y; .long le:i^e;
buyer can use same Dame; fine trade without
soliciting. SCRIBNER & CO., 7 City Hall aye.
%i;n ; pabtwicr . wanted I X ■ first .
<P_«^U. class saloon and restaurant downtown;
no night or Sunday work; tbepaironsor the house
consist of merchants, clerks, etc Apply KKNN V
A CO., 9.7 Marxist. .. .-
W" ANTED— V UN MAN AS PARTNER IN
wine and liquor business: small capital; good
outside trade Cat 818 Valencia st.
1 OR .-ALE— GROCERY AND SALOON WITH
.T 4 rooms; must be sold cheap on account of
sickness. Corner Sixth and Clara sis.
* I CA BON-TON COS 1 FKK saloon*; nice
•In i »)\J. place for man and wife, butler St., nr.
Central are.
Of) RESTAURANT AND FIXTURES FOR
dT'JL'. sale, including, six-foot French range.
Call at 2441/ a Third st.
/~1 KXTLEMAX PARTNER WANTED BY
VX you iig lady of means. Room 3. 309 Sutter st.
ARiSERSHOr* AND BATHS, 120 GEARY
St.— :< working chairs, mirrors and otherwise
fully equipped: s: a* and electric lights: will lease
to responsi party. S. i.. SACHS, 214 Pine
room 1. - .
E~ ASTERN HOUSE "WANT RESPONSIBLE
XJ party with $400 to control business on this
coast.. Apply to MR. KNOWLTON, Royal House.
126 Kills St., 9 to 3. __•__■
Ij-OR SALb— IHE COMPLETE FIXTURES OF
X: a coffee saloon mil restaurant reaay to start
business and place to leu- 141 East St., between
Washington and Merchant sis. ■ - - - •
LINE BRANCH BAKERY: DAILY RECEIPTS'
X $12 to $15 a day; living-rooms: low rent: good
corner; chnnce to increase; worth investigating:
small capital required. Address G. L., box. 102,
Call Office. . „
4J«~7pf77~~FIN~K CORNER SALOON: BEST
t^'itjyj. part Fourth au; rooms adjoining; neat
paying pace: mmt be sold owner in other b a-
Iness; sure bargain. Business Exchange, 45 Third.
TT'NERGKTIC MAN CAN OBTAIN EXCLU-
Xj sive sale of goods outside San Francisco; can { :
easily make $160 a month: $50 required; goods J \
furnished. . Apply 21 •>*! Third St., room 5. £ A
PARTNER INPAYING SALOON BUSINESS;! ■
X small capital required. For partic'ulars433 Bush. f| f
ARTNE - FOR SALOON; OTHKR BUSI- 1
X ness connected; big money. 1342 Market st. •
• f\f\ PARTNER; FINE-PAYING MANU-
ovU. facturlng business. 1342 Market st.
"LOR RENT —-PRIVATE DINING- ROOM;
X I everything complete; excellent location. 227
Geary st. 'aSS£B3SWSs#
IF. YOU WANT TO SELL YOUR SALOON Oil
grocery for spot cash address l».. box 120, Call.
ffi.|t/|A A GRA N D OPPORTUNITY-
<JP J 01717. wholesale and retail meat market
doing a business of over 9100 per day; must be
told on account of departure from city; office fix-
tures, stables, teams, etc, worth more than the
price asked ; half cash; balance on tin:* if desired.
Address B. 8.. box 1-0. call. . ■ ■
ptSTAURANT— FINE BARGAIN; LARGE
It stock of wines and liquors. DECKER, 102U
Market st.
QIUZx COFFEE SALOON: DO NOT FAIL TO
tipUU. see this bargain. D. ■ McRAE, 827 Mis-
sion st. :
(TUT eyp. PARTNER AS CASHIER IN RES-
iipXjLiU. taurant. 626 Sacramento st. .
ffljk)K/Ui IF YOU HAVE THIS AMOUNT
itn£O\J\J. in cash and can come well recom-
mended, will give you interest in business that
will pay you $2000 yearly, besides $100 month,
salary: particulars only at personal interview;
this is a chance of a lifetime. Address R. C, box
44, this office,
YOUNG HONEST AND RELIABLE MAR-
- X ried man, with bank references, desires to ex-
change a house aud lot across the bay for an inter-
est and position In legitimate business; value
$3200. O. 0., care Pac. Cal. Co., 83, 6 Eddy st.
ffliO'ij AT A BARGAIN UNTIL DECEM-
«JpOtJvr. ber 20, half-interest in a restaurant
located in a large . mining town and doing a fin«
business; cood reason] - for selling. Address box '
50. I all Office. . ■ ■
RARK CHANCE FOR THOSE WHO DESIRE
to invest In a good gold mine; full investiga-
non allowed and particulars furnished. J. Z., box
93, Call Office. ■■:.-.■.•'■
<r>n- I »rv WELL-KNOWN heath HESORT
»3J)O'JV/U. and livery startle at railroad station:
pays $2500 a year profit. H. M. WOOLLEY', 532
-Market su
OJ» 1 tip. PARTNER AS CASHIER AND AS-
<jPX^<7. sistaut. $40 per monih. room and
boar-1; gnarmiieeil full value. 1., box 90. Call.
ARGAIN-SA LOON AND i.Oi>GING-UOUSK:
- 12 rooms, ail iurni-hcd: good business; good
place for right party. Inquire Call Office. ; -
Jhl •: . CIGAI.-Sil'ORE; 2 LIVING-
<IDXU''. rent $14: slc:nesv 1127 M.ssion st,
i 1 J>OCI£KY BUSINESS F' R SALE ■■ CHEAP; \ .
AT stock and fixtures; rent $20: long-established 4 '
corner. PATTERSON <fe CO., -± Valencia st.
BUY TH»T FINE u\A. STUD; PRICE $55; V
worth $100. Uncle Harris. 15 Grant aye.
1G CHANCE TO INVj-STOrt.-> MODERATE •
XJ means guaranteed. C. E. Co., 221 Davis st.
EW PATENT, BEST OF ITS KIN D, FOR
moneyed man. 623 Golden Gate aye.
'701 V FILLMORE ST.— RESTAURANT FOtt
'|IAILOR-»HOP; CHEAP. 914 KEARNY ST..
1 near Montgomery aye; retiring from business.
\\! ANTED— PARTNER WITH #40.000 IN A
*' grocery and liquor house established since
1863. Address A. V., box 39. Call Office.
/VTEWSPAPER ROUTK IN INTERIOR CITY.
L\ close to San Francisco. For particulars apply
this office. •
UUIE FOR sale: acKum THE jsa x. IN-
auire at Call Office.
i-OUOINti-HOHSKS I'OK SALE.
Ip^t^ooSs^hEAßisdriiw)^.^.. T^TSSSSo
O\J 26-room house; fine corner 1600
Small amount cash balance payments.
10-room house, worth $000, only 300
15 rooms, line corner: payments .' 800
!iB-room house; rooms all rented.... bOO
1 8 rooms; near City Hull; new 250
14 rooms on Folsom St., near Third.... 85J
66-room corner house, new furniture. ....... BCOU
3d rooms on Market s:., offer wanted. 86<1
12 rooms, central, good furniture.. 250
H. C DECKER, 1020 Market au. opp. Fifth.
QQ ROOMS. RENT $60; MONEYMAKER $850
00 12 rooms, rent $25: nr. Market 253
60 rooms: fine house: clearing $250...-.:.... 1700
14 rooms: new furniture; easy payments.... 1000
6 rooms; nicely furnished; north Market... 110
28 rooms; clearing $80...... ...:.. 500
' UNDERWOOD & CO., 765 Market sl.
"T M. SPECK CO., 602 MARKET ST.
14 rooms, average $60 clear. $450
12 rooms, Post, near Powell '.....: 630
18 rooms, splendid corner h0u5e............... 550
yoR LALE— LODGING-HOUSE, 10 ROOMS
r and bath; cheap. 202 I nrk su \
UY.THA!' I4-K. GOiD LADIES' AMKKICAN \
. 1 ■ watch; sl4, worih $40. Unc c Harris.loOr'utav "
I EFORE BUYING OR SKLLINGIIOI SES OR
I businesses see A. M 1- LK i N's, 906 Market st.
\'t UUMTUKiS *OK SALE.
ELtGANT MODERN ".WALNUT DOUBLE
bedstead, with i 2 mattresses; • also a three-
quarter bedstead; reasonable. 706E'llsst.
1/IVK ROOMS ASO KM CHEN TO SELL;
£ well furnisued. 514 Mission st. . /
IT IN FURNITURE C 0. .1127-29-31 MARKET,
DL furnish 4 rooms. $-S to*so: best bargains.
t, UlKlMillAil FURNITURE i3U— LOWEST
li prices: furniture, carpels: a.l trades. 866Mlis'tt
C^Ha.x. JL i'J>U-.. .« co». UPHOLs-ThlilY v.a
J 1801 MARKET ST., COR. NINTH.
Carpets.. Furniture »nd Upholstery Gooas..
.\l\li CAKPfcTs; . CHAMBER SfciM, . $Ti~
tUV stoves, $5: parlor sets. $20; foldins;-bedv
$10: bar outfits. T. D. MCCARTHY. 764 Mission.
AT. L.J. NEUMANN'S. 117 SIXTH. FOR
lowest prices 011 household goods; new or tol
us new: cas ior on time: open evenings. ■. . . ■
J: UKNIXUKJi . UA>TiSl>.
IF YOU WANT GOOD PRICKS FOR FURNI-
X tnre and merchandise see BURP, 211 Larkln.
lGiliiß f ttlCft'.i HAft ■ AN V WilEßii PAID
by Indiana Auction C 0.1057 Mnrket.opp.Jonet
1 >A>H rAiu tun ji.xTluji nui,Bft.j v> i
V^ smaller lots ■: of , furniture, carpets, civ ' J.
BOWCHER 222 Stockton: B*-n(1 powtal. .- .
CAKPJiT CLJCAJCINt*.
GITY Sit AM"l: Alt p LE A WOKK4t
cleans; moves. lays carpets- G. 11. STEVENS,
Mrr. 38 and 40 1 lgtuh St.; telephone South 250. .
CARPETS CLKANEU ; AND . R K:\OVATKD
) like new. , FKROUSON & CO., 23 Tenth: teU
South 33. -SD. MACKINTOSH & Co., successors
\\f HEN YOU BKCOMK DISGUSTED ' WITH
" poor work s»nK toSPAULDING'S PioiieerCar-
pet-heailng Works: 3s3-67 Tehama st.; tel. So. 40.
JE. MIiCHtLL, CARPh.T-v LEANING CO.,
O . 240 14th st. : cleaning 3c a yard. Tel: Mis. 7*.
I -CLEANING. 3c; LAYING, 3c: RUli
/ aamplei free; tel. Jessie 944. Stralton, 19 Bth SU
C"»ONKUN'e>; CARPKT- BEATING WORK^ 3
o'SS Golden Gate »ye. Telephone East 126.
:VC A i AUD AT GREAt WESTERN CARt'^T- / I
»J cleanina: Works. II Klghth su> "*3/
■ ' v BICVCL.KS.
OPECIAL BARGAIN: NEW.AND &ECOND-
BROI'HK s, rye „ [) it.. 2,1 ' :<-ary st.
/V; PBOTOGKAPHIiKS SUPPLIES. "
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the Gem, »6.' California camera Couii:iu»y.

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