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NOTES FOR THE
NATIONAL GUARD
A Camp at Which There
. Was Plenty of Work for
the Soldiers.
Some Talk About- Raising the
Standard of the Guard
of the State.
An Energetic Officer Has Eesigned.
The Camp of the Signal Corps.
Third Brigade.
Camp Shatter at Santa Cruz is a thing of the
past, but it will live in the memory of the
members of the Fifth Regiment, Second
Brigade, oi the National Guard, as one at
which there was plenty of work and Dot little
of the social feature which marked the camps
of previous rears.
During the week the camp was visited by
Brigadier-General Warfield, commanding the
Second Brigade, who was accompanied by
Lieutenant-Colonei Joseph G. Geisting, as
sistant adjutant-general of the brigade, and
several members of the brigadier-general's
staff. They remained the better part of two
days and made a close inspection of the camp
and the manner fn which it was conducted.
The assistant adjutant-general, in speaking of
the camp, said that it was conducted more in
accordance with the methods of a United States
army camp than any that has been known in
this State for a long time. There was a good
deal in the military instructions that were im
parted that will prove of value to the men and
those who are in command of them, and en
able them in the future, to make better sol
diers.
The assistant adjutant-general, speaking of
the guard generally and|tbe Second Brigade in
particular, said that it is the desire of those
in authority to bring the guard of California
up to a standard that will command the
respect of every one who will look upon the
soldiers whenever they turn out or when they
are engaged in military work in the armory.
It is the aim of the commander ol the Lecoud
Brigade to place his command in such a con
dition that it will merit tho commendation of
the citizens and to make the citizens feel that
there is organized for their protection a body
01 men that will serve them if ever called into
action.
The brigadier-general, who some time since
said of his command, much has been done
but more is expected," has a good opportunity
to advance his brigade, and if he will do so he
will win the admiration aDd respect of all who
are forced to pay for the maintenance of the
guard. Action on the part of the superior
officer.", not spasmodic but continuous, that
will animate tne Hiibotdinate officers and the
men, one mat will arouse a spirit of rivalry in
the several organizations and make each try
to excel the other wiil do much to accomplish
the end sought.
Camp Shatter was also visited last week by
Major-General Nat T. James, division com
mander, accompanied by Colonel 11. P. Bash,
assistant adjutant-general of the division, and
several members of his staff; and Colonel
James F. Smith of the First Regiment, Second
Brigade, also went to the camp to see if he
could discover anything there that could be
of service to him when the regiment he com
mands goes into camp near Ukiah in the lat
ter part of August.
The men of the Fifth were promised Buzze
' cot ovens, such as are used in the regular
army in th. preparation of rations for each
company, but the ovens came not and the
men were forced to make other arrangements,
which, it is claimed, gave satisfaction. Such
au oven was used by Troop A on lis practice
march through Sonoma County recently, and
it is stated that it proved a great success, lt
ls expected that a supply of the ovens will
reach this City in time to be delivered to the
companies of the First .Regiment when it gets
ready to go into camp.
The several companies of the guard are
awaiting the distribution of the new Spring
field rifles wnich have been promised for some
time, but the weapons are a long time reach
ing nee. The men are to be supplied with
Webb cartridge belts, canteens and haversacks,
and then wnen they get their new uniforms
they will be in a pretty good condition. If
there is any surplus after the payment for the
unifor.us, the money will be used, as far as it
will go, to provide overcoats where they are
most needed.
George Lipman, second lieutenant of the Ca
det Corps (Lowell High School) has tendered
his resignation.
First lieutenant Price, Troop A, H. G. C, has
resigned, much to the regret of the troopers of
the company. He has accepted a position in
his brother's banking-house, New York City,
the terms offered being such tnat be could not
in justice to himself decline the offer. As an
officer of the National Guard he was active and
efficient, and he contributed in a ureal degree
to the equipment, discipline and efficiency of
the troop. In his retirement the troop loses a
valuable officer, and Captain Jouks, the com
mander, an able assistant. .
Mr. Price was also well known as a news
paper man, and in that capacity he displayed
much enterprise and ability. During his resi
dence in this City he made a host of friends,
who, while they regret that he leaves ihem,
rejoice in his advancement.
The cavalry branch of the National Guard
has adopted the recent changes that have
been promulgated in bugle calls. The principal
changes in the drill signals are: "Fours
right," "Fours left," "Guide right" and "Guide
left," and in the service calls the "church
call" has been changed.
Third Brigade Signal Corps.
Camp Douglass, ln Summit Valley, near
Dormer, is now an established fact, for the i
members of the signal corps of the Third
Brigade have pitched six tents and established
military rule. Tne corps left Sacramento on
Friday night and reached Soda Springs sta
tion at a quarter after 6 o'clock the following
morning, and were met thereby the advance
guard. At 10 o'clock the men were called "to
horse," and took a practice march to the Sum
mit, a distance of three miles. Colonel Rob
ert!.. Peeler, assistant adjutant-general ol the
State of California, and Major D..*ugiass, signal
officer of the Third Brigade, were expected
the following day. The members of the corps
are equipped for work, and they intend to
mace the most of the time tbat they shall re
main in camp. Watkins.
HOTEL AEEIVALS.
COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL.
H B Ewing, Denver W T Peacock, Tucson
C M Taylor, Tucson L Pinch, Denver
P Higgins, England J Dnrkin, Sonora
C McMililan. omaha W West Vane uver
W smitbsoD. Chicago M Numalr, Portland
T O'Shaughnessy, Wash J J Gerrlsthy, Portland
G Banfcrd, Portland J Bcy.e, Portland
C Randall, Port.and J Laugsdorf, Opden
Mrs .Montgomery, B C Mrs I. Henderson, Portlnd
H Taylor, Klondyke C J Cooper, 1 ortland
H Fitzpatrick. Portland P Gallagher, Portland
H Rapelje, Fresno C m Brown. Portland
A Heywood, Alaska Q Wlllltts, Alaska
O L Peacock, Alaska P Garrity ._ wr, Idaho
M j-ockwood, Antioch O W Garrett <fe w. Fresno
Miss G Garrett. Fresno C M t'ooden berger, Ohio
W Bixbv, Oklahoma E C Haves. Fresno
C Swett, Fresno H Mor.ck. Fiesno
G W Lewer., Fresno F Smith. Sacramento
W Jones, Va lejo W Bucklv. Vallejo
P Foley. Fresno C Livingston. Stockton
Mrs W Walton <fe moth- J Allbelng &wf Cat
er, Sonora J C Cramer, l os Angeles
J C Taylor, Fresno PI ord, fcacrameuto
D Scott dc w, Woodland
PALACE HOTEL.
H H Pitcher. Livermore Miss Dayton, X Dakota
Miss Swalt, N Dakota s Meigs, Santa Barbara
H Cole Illinois ' W L tieele. Chicago
M W Dewey, New York W H Piager. Chicago
Mrs H Cole, Illinois Mrs VV 11 Pra,*er,Lincago
J H Bridge, New York - M Kahn, New York
Baron Tuckma*, Berlin ss sheerer. Baltimore
Mrs J Hardie. Brooklyn Miss AKobertson.Brookln
J R Hardie, Brooklyn MrsJ I Grampp, Brooklyn
Mrs It A Cox, tt Joseph Ida J Stevenson. Kas
Mrs W J oalbraith, Neb Miss B Nugent, Kansas Cy
Dr H B Dea.e, D C WD Davies, Brooklyn
Mrs VV D Davies.Brokln Col H Trevclyan, Fresno
I* W Mix, Nogales
LICK HOUSE.
J Reed, California E J Locke, California
J D Llerraf, Klondyke W H McKenzie, Fresuo
C C Hall. Syracuse s C Spencer, iowa
E G McLean, Indiana Miss E L Jameson, Mass
T G Hart, Fiesno R Gracey. Merced
E E Vincent; Madera G J Wren, Maaera
O McHenry. Modesto W B King, Merced
A L .-ilman, Merced C Suldem_.ii, l'aso ltobles
W M Grlflin. Merced A H Hewitt, Yuba city
N Weisbaum, snta Cruz Mrs Weisbaum, sta Cruz
Jules Levy, Santa Cruz VV VV Riley, Chicago
J P Stanley, Ukiah J M Mannon <fe w, Ukiah
J ii. Wilmans, Newman Mrs M J Wllmans, Cal
GRAND nOTEL
E Dubois, Paris VV Charteon. Paris
Miss Poundstone, Cal W P .Matheson. sacto
J S T Prior, Fresno F .1 Dow. Iresno
VV B Holland, Fresno M Propliura. Fresno
B Meyer, Santa Rosa T X Coykendall. tal
J O'Neill. Portland C H Heynolds, Alameda
T E Shore. HollHter P A Pr-en, Hollister
vv (, McDonald, HSN T Mckav, Benicia
J F Conner*, Oakland J J Eonnoe. San Leandro
S B Boean. Los Angeles C A BUM & w, Chicago
Ms* Bin Chicago „, £ , el ' st Louis
Mrs L R Helmich, Mo vv H Pruger, Chicago
X Beven. San Diego F Beven, tan Diego
Mrs T lit/-erad Osden Miss N . ltz-'eiald,
.lbs lv Eitzseraid.Ogdeu John W Berry, Tacoma
I Coin., Eureka James* Hubbs, Cul
W H Mitchell, Everton VV F George, sacto
SFllnt -a* to McGuir. Dutch Flat
E M Mason, Boston Miss .\ I. Dodge, Boston
M Waterman, Klondyke M Peterson, Koi.dyke
.1 Ganz, Phoenix, A * T Walie s. x leveUnd, O
Mi. ..cKeuzie, s Diego Mr* Win,, San li-co
M 1' Morga- , cattle C A John.on, sen tie
!' V *.... .Hoc. textile A Penny. Los Gatos
Miss J V McCormac. Mo Ml<s A O'Brien, Si Louis
F G Berry, wf, Iresno TT 1* at**, Hon.
Dr D A Covert, los Ang C P Vlcinl, Sutter Creek
V(' -iri^nolp. s Creek F D smith. Port Kenyod
VV -' Seigel, Clements Miss W Berboch. Cairo
II Cope, i-antaCmz vv Digsrc, Woodland
E swissforu, Colusa Miss M Owens, H Bluff
T M Finks, Ca if. Mo 1) M Hudson, Ckiah
I) J Farrell, Ogien Miss C Rteke, Paducah
Miss Carrie Hicke, Ky F L Castle, Need es
JDI 11 "ie;, Mariposa It X Colro.d, Nevada
A Mcßride, Tucson G C Alexander, Cal
BUSS HOUSE
G Z Akawo, Japan 8 D Auld, Ohio
II ti Bovsr, 111 J C Paine, l at
Mis A Johnston, Or Mrs R Manning. Or
Mrs J VV Baker, Austin Mrs G Baker, Austin
II G Wishcor, Or XV M Dixon. Co fax
A C Fuller, san Joje J II Fuller, Amador
F II Veach, bacto H Ballard, Cal
C II Gale, sonora A li ti hulz. Fresno
C P Layton, Eureka A VV Prrklus. Nev
.1 II Reamer. Idaho X LaMonlague, Cal
Mrs C L Kincaid. cal Mrs A J Tufts, Cal
Mrs V.' J Swear n_er, Cal VV Sutton, Pacific Grove
*■ D Allen Ohio I C Krioksen, Cal
Mrs A J Carleion, NY H Marshall, Cal
C J Brumley. Cal C A Schmuck, Fa
C J Lindqulst, NY T Lowry, Solano
A Ross, Cal Mrs W C Hancock, NeT
& C Swe* nev. Sacto R F Steams. Portland
A Xi i-inclatr. Memphis W A Downs, Milton
Mrs B a Do*vi*s,Mtlton A R Jennings, cal
J Smith, Cal E C Bane, Yolo
it A Perkins, Cal J VV _ urner, San Jose
W P Carro 1, Berkeley C Edwards, Stockton
Miss C Watson, Chicago Miss A L Holton, 111
Misi W Church, Cal C M Johnston. Detiolt
J-. J Cadwedlady. Cal MUs H E tharpe. md
Mrs 1. Harris, -acto M F Boyle, Gold Hill
Miss J Dillon, N V Mrs F Sou, Sacto
Miss X On. Mo C Romar, ban Lucas
Mrs G fianiar. Cal E 11 Rhoaes <t w, Cal
A J Bogard <fe w, Cal W A Bernard, Cal
H M Satiget , Cal 1 Hamilton, A T
i G Phipps, Oakland
BALDWIN HOTEL.
1, Lyndon, San Jose W Lyndon. San Jose
U W Jackson, Oakland W J File, Tacoma
W N Sayret, S Barbara BRu h&w, Ia
Dade Ruch. Ia Adah E Wright, la
X P Varre*i, NY W s Peed <fe w, Tex
C (1 Hart & w, Mich W A Jack, Cleveland *
II D Sym<nds. Ptrenlx A > minions. San Jose
A B Raines, Spokane H S Balnea. Spokane
H cole .t *.v 111 J* ari Rogers, Lbs Angeles
J H Sacramento W F Porter. Fresno
W Brown, Nevada H Alexander, Watsonvle
NEW VVESTEKN HOTEL.
J Williams. Oakland M J Manor, Sacramento
W Anderson. Vallejo cHFredrlckson. R Vista
Warty, * arty, CSS L Pellachan. San Diei_o
8 W Roller, California .1 H Wilson & w.San Jose
a J Parr <t w. Lake Co W Miuahon, Santa Clara
L stone USS Adams
SAN PRANCISCO --CALL.**
BUSINESS OFFICE of the San Fran Cisco Cali^.
710 Market street, open until 12 o'clock every
tight in the year.
BBANCH OFFICES-527 Montgomery street,
corner Clay; open until 9:30 o'clock.
539 Hayes street, open until 9:30 o'clock.
615 I arkln street: open until 9:30 o'clock.
SW. corner Sixteenth and Mission streets; open
until 9 o'clock.
2518 Mission street*, open until 9 o'clock.
167 Ninth street; open until 9:30 o'clock.
1105 Polk street; open until 9:30 o'clock.
NW. corner Twenty-second and Kentucky
streets; open till 9 o'clock.
NOTICE OF MEETINGS. _bb
JfT^=- GOLDEN" GATE COMMANDERY_ <L
hr-jy No. 16, K. T., Golden Gate building. "^\nr
625 Sutter st. — Special assembly THIS llil
EVENING a; 8 O'clocic. he tinier of ihe x&l
Tempi, will be conferred. All fraters are cour-
teously invited.
JONATHAN M. PEEL, Em. Com.
WiuiAK T. Fonda, Recorder.
|K-fe-» tAN FRANCISCO CHAPTER m
if-** No. 1. Royal Arch Masons, meets gy\
'THIS EVENING. P. M. mil M. E. M. de-V 5f
grees. H. G. PRI.-CK, Secretary. />Tn
ROS= OCCIDENTAL LODGE NO. 22. ft
»^ F. <_; A. M.— Called meeting for _t\
THIS (MONDAY) EVENING a*. 7:_o^jjT
o'clock. Second degree. By order of W. M. /\_rN
EDWARD F. DELGER, Secretary.
_trS* HERMANN LODGE NO. 127, F. •
sS-fr* and A. M.— Called mem ing THIS A
DAY (Monday), Ju.y 26, 1897, at 7:30 ")£ Jt
o'clock p. _(. Deg. 1. By order of the W. /▼>
M. L. SCHUMACHER. Secretary.
aryg' the st. Andrews socie- - <?*,.
E^i(s* ty will give a grand literary en- A. jfL.Tij
tertalnmenc and dance in honor of tne
bhth of Sir WALTER SCoTT in scot- *^S-J_T
tish Ha I, FRIDAY EVENING, August 13. Ad-
mission 25c.
rf-__S=" ROYAL AKCANUM — ARGON AUT
St-JS' Council No. 597 meets MONDAY, July 26,
at 8 P. si., at Native sons' building. .Members
and visitors invited to meet Deputy Supreme
Regent.
stqS= MONEY LOANED ON DI MONDS,
tS<Sf watches, sealskins Uncle Hsrrts.lSOrantav
E_ss" THE REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING
W^Sr of the Pacific Coast Dredging and Reclama-
tion Company will be held at the office of the
company, 36 Steuart St.. San Francisco, Cal., on
'lues lay. the 3d day of Ancust, 1897, at 3
o'clock p. M , for the purpose of electing a board of
trustees to serve during the ensuing year and He
transaction of such other busin -si ai mny come
befoie the meeting. M. J. MADiSi N. Sec.
COS' ANNUAL MHETING— THE REGULAR
?SrZ& annual meeting of stockholders of the Haka-
lau Plantation Comnany will be held ac the olhce
of the company, 327 Market street. Pan Fra-risco,
Cal., on MONDAY, the 2d day of August, 1897, ac
the hour or 11 o'clock a. m.. for the purpose of
electing a board of directors to serve f-r ihe ensu-
ln:ye_r, and the transaction of such other busi-
ness as may come before the meeting. Transfer-
books will close on Friday, July 30, at 3 o'clock
p. M. E. U. SHELDON, Secretary.
|t_S» THE REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING
Br-*' of the stockholders of The Risdon Iron and
Locomotive Works will be he'd at th- oflice of the
company, southeast cornerof Howard and Beale
streets, tan Francisco, California, on MONDAY,
August 2, 1897, ai 11 a. m., tur tbe purpose of
electing a Board of Trustees to serve for tbe en-
suing year and ihe transaction of such other busi-
ness as may come before the meeting.
L. H. MEAD. Secretary.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
B_^» DR. IRENE WEST; NEW MKDICATED
m&r electric treatments. R. 43. S5O Market st.
BOS' ICOO BUSINESS CARDS PRINTED,
br~*? $150; wedding wort. HILL, 2-V» Geary.
fS- BAD TENANT'S EJECTED FOR $4:
wS^bt collections made: city or country. Pacifio
Collection Co.. 415 Montgy St.. room 6: tel. 6580.
K-rg= TURKISH CABINET BATHS FOR
»-*^ gents and ladles. R., 11, 12liy a Geary st.
|-_S* BAY CITY TRANSFER CO., REMOVED
£*?*-*•* 244 to 311 V_ Batter. Trunks delievred, 25c.
BOS' EWELL'S DAIRY Is NOW LOCATED
&-& at 23d and Folsom sts. Tel. White 271.
|3P^S=« A WEEK'S NEWS FOR 5 CENTS-
sF-C WEEKLY CALL. 10 wrapper, lor maillnK.
EITUATICN3 WANTED— FEMALE.
COMPETENT SECOND GIRL, GOOD WAlT-
ress, city references, desire- situation. J. F.
CROSEI r & CO., 316 Hotter st.
i.*IRST-C'LASS NURSE WITH REST OF CITY
X reference deiires situation. J. F. CBOSETT <fe
CO.. 316 Sutter sU
SWEDISH COOK. WITH REFERENCE. DE-
sires a situation- J. F. CLOSE I'M <fc CO., 316
Sutter st.
VEAT YOUNG OIRL DESIRES SITUATION
i-l at housework or as nurse; SlO to $15; refer-
ences. MISS LLEN, 323 Sutler st.
YOUNG GERMAN GIRL WISHES A SITUA-
X lion to assist with children and housework;
one year's relerenc*. Anply to MRS. HIRD, 721
Ellis st.. telephone Sntter 52.
If IRST- CLASS AMKRICAN COOK. WITH
reference; city or country; $25 or $30. 315
suiter st. .
SWEDISH SECOND GIRL, WAITRESS AND
* seamstress, with reference; $15 or. «20. 315
Sutler st.
EMPLOYMENT OFFICE— MRS. LAMBERT,
J 417 Powell st. (tel. Main 6*32) furnishes best j
heip of all nationalities.
AMERICAN WIDOW, ALONE. IS DESIROUS
of a good home; smalt family; strictly temper-
ate und honest*, is a fin* laundress and house-
keeper; Is willing to work; needs money very
badiy; can't pay her way; must have it: may
some good people call and see her at once. 637
Howard st., room 2, ups. airs
WANTED- POSITI N BY A COMPETENT
woman as housekeeper or light housework:
m objection to children. Call at 308 Minna St.,"
near Fourth, upstairs.
YOUNG GIRL WISHES A POSITION TO DO
X any kind of second work, or will assist with
children; 835 a month; city reference. Apply
2251 Mission st.
y a competent lady, board and
room in private lamlly In exchange for facial
massage treatment. X., box 68, Call office.
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, MONDAY, JULY 26, 1897.
FTTrATIOX-S WANTED- Contfnn-. ..-..'.
MIDDLE- AGED LADY. ' COMPETENT
■I'l housekeeper, kind tocbildren, wishes position
In -entl. men's home; town or country, Call 3to
& F m. In Golden West Hotel, i-llis st.
"LTKST-CLASSSKIRTMAKER ANDCUTTER
* wants work In dressmak n; parlors or store.
Addres* MISS M. X . 33.1 Eddy st.
yOUNG GIRL, 15, -PEAKS GERMAN AND
J. English, wi.-hes place to do light housework.
Call or address 4 ll aw i home st.
RESPECTABLE WOMAN DESIRES SITUA-
iIon at K'tieral housework; goo.i references
and experience. Call 364 Jessie St., Monday.
-yOUNGLADY STENOGR .PH_-R RESIDING
X wi. parents desires position; speaks German.
8., box 131, Call office.
VOL'Sti WIDOW WISHEB POSITION AS
X housekeeper.. Call 203 a Powell st., room X.
yOUXG GERMAN GIRL WOULD LIKE TO
-L assist in lisht housework. Call at Jti'.a Sum-
ner st., bet. Seventh and Eighth.
yOUNG WOMAN 'As COOK OR TO DO GEN-
-1 eral housework; will do washing; city refer-
ence. 230 Minna st.
■yOUNG LADY RECENTLY FROM THE
X astern States would like a housekeeper's
place; no objection to country. 102 Taylor, r. 23.
REFINED, WILLING GIRL, WHO WILL AT-
JLV tend school next term, will assist for eood
home; small compensation. Student, 1505 Polk.
MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN DESIRES EM-
-!'• ploymen- dolnechamherwork and plain wash-
ing. .208 a Powell st., room 36.
WANThD- BY A RESPECTABLE WOMAN
>' washing and ironing or any kind of work.
107 Eighth st.
HARD-WORKING WOMAN WANTS SlTUA-
tion todo general housework. Address MRS.
FLOYD, 731 Telegraph aye., Oakland.
PROFESSIONAL NURSE WHO UNDER-
stands her business, thoroughly reiiab c and
painstaking, seeks employment, MRS. FLOYD,
31 Telegraph aye.. Oakland.
SEAMSTRESS WANTS EMPLOYMENT BY
the day- 8. W., box 134, Call Office.
yOUNG PARISIAN WIDOW WOULD LIKE
X a hous -keeper's place; no objection to short
distance in country. 122 Post sL, looms 10 and 11.
youxo man and WIFE want POSI*
X tions together In city or country; man as waiter
and wife as chain berma d; or as man about place
and wife as cook. Address J., box 90, Call Otflce.
WANTED— AFEW MOBE ENGAGEMENTS
'» by the day by first-class dressmaker, terms
$1 60. Address C, box 17, Call.
YOUNG ATTRACTIVE WIDOW FROM THE
X Fast would like a position as housekeeper In
bachelor's home. Apply 120 a Eddy st., room 2.
yOUXO LaDY RECENTLY FROM THE
X East desires a housekeeper's pace, city or
country. 223 Post st., room 1.
OTRONG SCOTCH WOMAN WISHES WASH-
ing and ironing or any kind of work by the
day. Call or address J. S., 126 Perry st
yOUNG SWEDISH GIRL WANTS UPSTAIRS
X work in hotel or private place. Call at 679
Mission st.
V MIDDLE-AGED CANADIAN' WOMAN
position as cook ln mining camp. Call or ad-
dress 329 Eady st.
SEAMSTRESS DESIRES A FEW MOKE EN-
IO gagoments; 91 a day; children's clothes a
specially; tirst-class city references. X., 1014
Union st.
\\r ANTED— BY A YOUNG LADY, STUDY-
• I ing with an excellent teacher, place where
she can teach two or three children in exchange
for room and board. Address Miss J. M. A., 222
Post st.
yOUNO LADY, LATELY FROM THE
X East, de«ires a position as housekeeper: wlil.
ow* r's or bachelor's home preferred. 3.26 Fonrth
st. room 21, second floor.
TNTKLI.KJENT, TRUSTWORTHY WIDOW
X d. s res p sitic n as housekeeper or care of In-
I valid; country or north. Call or address 405
Leavenworth St.
, _
j /« I ;*: LARKIN-BRANCH OFFICE OF THE
j Die) CALL; : übscrlntious art want ad. taken.
XPERIE <CED DRESSMAKER, IS A FlRST-
class fitter and designer, wishes a few more
engagements at $1 p»rday. Address 1004 Mar-
ket a „ room 1, second fli or.
XV OMAN TO GO OUT HY" TH X DAY WASH-
» » ing, ironing and cleaning. 829 Hayes St., in
basement.
yoUXO LADY WOULD LIKE SITUATION
x todo housework with privilege of practicing
on piano; small wagea Call 803 Golden Gate aye.
I MARKET ST. BRANCH OFFICE OK 'l_t->
*1 CALL: want ads and subscriptions lakea.
TiriDDLE-AGED PERSON. RECENTLY FROM
ix L lend, good general experience, seeks sit-
uation as housekeeper or position of trust; accus-
tomed to travel ana care of invalid. N. U., box
153. Call Office.
"yOUNG FRENCH GIRL, SPEAKS ENO-
X lish, wishes position la a prlvne family as
nurs.glrl or upstairs work. Address M. L, 43U
Rush st.
yOUNG GIRL. 12 TO 14 YEARS. TO ASSIST
1 in light housework and care of baby. 629
lost St.
yOUNG LADY (STRANOER) DESIPKS A
X housekeeper's place: bachelor's or widower's
home preterred. .-.oom 2. 120V2 'jeary at.
yoUNG WIDOW WISHES A PO ITION AS
X housekeeper; widower's or bachelor's home
preferred. _. '■_ Sixth St., room 6.
QC«V> MISSION — SUBSCRIPTIONS AND
__ _>— \) want ads taken for THK ALL.
XT OUNG GERMAN GIRL OF EXPERIENCE
X would like a housekeeper's place: city or coun-
try or will do plain mending. 217 Post, room 8.
roUNO LA-Y FRO <l THE COUNTRY
j 1 wishes position in bachelor's or widower's
home. 36V2 Geary st-, room 15.
I » MERICAN GIRL WANTS PLACE TO AS-
-A sist with light housework; no children; 92 50
a week. Addresi MlsS E. C, 125 sixth st.
COMPETENT WOMAN, LATELY FROM 1 HE
Eait, wishes position as general servant or
housekeeper; wages moderate. 151 Minna at.
ELIABLE YOUNG LADY WHO CAN GIVE
XI references as bookkeeper, typewriter and
steno.-rai.her desires position. Address Position,
box 37, Call Office.
yOUNG EASTERN GIRL DESIRKS PLACE
X as housekeeper: city or country, bachelor's or
widower's bouse preferred. Room 6, B*.'l Mission.
MONEYLOaNED ON DIAMONDS, WATCH-
jewelry, sealskins. Uncle Harris, lSGrant ay.
young eastern lady would like a
X housekeeper's place, widower's home pre-
ferred; city or country. 234 O'Farrell st-, room 7.
1 EXPERIENCED FRENCB LADY* WOULD
I * like a housekeeper's place; 1.0 objection to
country: will do plain sewing. Boom 31, 1122
Market St. ~-~V-
VOUNG GIRL (GERMAN) WOULD LIKE TO
X secure a permanent housekeeper's place; no
objection to short distance in country. Room 11,
223 Post st.
'-.'-.C. HAYKS e>i. — BRANCH OFFICE OF
.)>i-J 'AM* Call; kuuavripuuiu »ua waits ads
taken.
YOUNG SOUTHERN LADY WISHES POSI-
X tion as housekeeper for widower or bachelor:
city or country. Cal. 234 O'Farre 1 st., rooms 4-5.
yoUNG WIDOW WISHES POSITION AS
X housekeeper in bachelor's or widower's home.
106 Fourth si., room 2.
yOUNG WIDOW WISHES POSITION AS
X housekeeper; city or country. 116 Eddy st.,
room 1.
.
YOUNG WIDOW WISHES HOUSEKEEP-
-1 er's position. Call 995 Market st-, room 14.
YOUNG WOMAN WISHES SITUATION IN
a good family as chambermaid or to take care
of children. r 1328 Paiitlc au, bet Leavenworth >
end Hyde.
f»IC LARKIN-BRANCH OFFICE OF THE
UJLi) CALL. Subscriptions and want ads taken.
>— _____g_B__g____gß_B____g_Bi__B — —*— "*"—**" ™ —~~"*'
tITUATION. WANTED MAM..
MONE- LOANED ON DIAMONDS, WATCH-
es.jewelry.sea'.s-ins. Uncle Harris, lSGrant ay.
CHINESE <__ J. tAN 1* EsT'D 2U YEARS:
help-.tel.m_in 19-7. BRADLEY A Co. .640 Clay
HUNTER & CO.. CHINESE AND JAPANESE
emp. office, 614y 2 California st., le). mala 231.
JAPANESE EMPLOYMENT BUxvEAU, 709
cieary su Tel. Sutter 2125.
UINEtIS AND JAPANESE EMPLOYMENT
) office; best help. 414 1 -_, O'Farren. Tel __, 426.
XV ANTED-SITU ATION BY COLORED MAX
" as janitor or porter. 5 years with last em-
ployer this city. Address B. H., box 184. Call. „
GARDENER, SINGLE, • WELL VERSED IN
house or outside work: first-class references.
AdJress H. G., box 118, Call.
l»-\ C LARKIN-BRANCH OFFICE OF THE
UJLUjCAU. Subscriptions and want ads taken.
POSITION BY TRAVELING MAN; ,12
years' experience on this coast; well acquainted
with cash trade: best refeiences. C. 8., box 110
,* Call Office.
. VI IDDLE-AGED GERMAN WANTS BITUA-
.'I . lion; house or garden work on private place;
1 city or country; wages $10 to $15. B. KESSEL,
■ 130 seventh st. .
. /".ARDENER. MIDDLE-AGED, WANTS SIT-
-1 VT nation; understands care and managem.nt of
horses, etc.; , first-class recommendations. -Gar-
dener, box _, c_ii Office. ,
SITUATION*. "VANTED-Co.Mniio'i,
RELIABLE GENTLEMAN OF HIGH UNI-
XX verslty education, 36 years o d, speaking sjv-
eral langua.es, desires to be companion, tutor or
other responsible position; small salary required;
references. Address S. BKANEAL. 608 Larkin.
you. NO MAN AND WlFi*. WOULD LIKE
X posit o.i tog* ther on a ranch or private place;
man is a good horseman and handy with tools;
wife Is a good cook and housekeeper; good refer-
ences. | Address C. P., box 2-, Call.
YE LA DIE-. oil GENTLEMEN WITH $250
J cash to Invest in business in the Klondyke
goo mines wnicli will yield large returns. An-
swer at once if you mean businesa. WILL a.
NASH, 1018 Eighteenth sL. Oakland.
({lk LABKIN-BRANCH OFFICE OF THE
UIU CALL. subscriptions want ads taken.
"UTANTED— SITDATION BY MAN, AGED 32,
II as bookkeeper, cashier, correspondent or posi-
tion of trust; has had experience ami can furnish
reierences. Address X . box 66,*Ca1l Oflice.
YOUNG GERM AN, WELL GROWN, WANTS
situation in retail grocery- store. Address I.
L. 8., 1238 Stockton su
Japanese WANTS POSITION to do
cooking: wages $30 np: good references. B.
FRANK, Japanese Mission, Finest.
SITUATION WANTED BY YOUNG MANAS
barkeeper; ten years' experience in the East.
Address G. E. , box 34. this olbce.
YOUNG DANISH MAN WANTS SITUATION
x in private family; take care of cows, horses
and garden: eood references. Address P. LUND,
403 Seventh SU, Oakland.
Tun MNTxt ST.— BRANCH OFFICE OF
I'M in» call. kUI/aci'ip.lua and *.»_-.. aus
taken.
WINCHESTER HOUSE 44 THIRD ST.. NR.
Market: 200 rooms 25c to $1 50 per ni.-h:
11 60 to $6 per week; convenient and respectable:
free bus and 1 ai-eace 10 and trom the terry.
FEMALE HELP WANTED.
COOK. --MALL HOTEL, $25: 4 WAITRESSES
hotels and restaurant $20 and $25: girl lodo
genejal work in hoe), $-'0; second girl, plain
washing, $20: 4 cooks, German style. $25 and
$30: 2 French and German nurs-s, $20 and $26,
and a large nnmcer of girls for cook and house-
work. J. F. CROSETT & CO., 316 sutler st.
« URL OAKLAND, CAL, $20; GIRL, SIXTH
XX su. $23; girl, Brolerick St.. $20; girl, Sansome
sL. $20; girl, Antioch, Cal.. $-0; g ri, Cay su,
$20; elrl. Washington sU, $18: girl. Alameda,
««I, $20; girl, Bosh st. $20; girl, O'Farrell St.,
$20. MARTIN & CO., 749 Market st.
GERMAN OR JEWISH OIRL, CITY, $20,
cooking only: German or Swedisu girl, Brod-
erick sL, $20: German girl, Fulton st., $20, 3 in
family; German girl. Clay at, $20: German elrl.
Alameda, Cal., $20 10 $25; German or Swedish
girl, Octavia St., $20: German girl, 8 oil st, $20.
MARTIN <fc CO.. 749 Market su
UANCH COOK FOR 12 MEN, $20, SEE
It 1 art-- here; girl for Point Reyes.Cal., fare here,
ranch home; h- usekeeper. country, $26; ranch
cook for Brentwood. $15; girl scott s;., $20; elrl
Webster st.. $16: girl Val ejo, Cal.. $16; girl Bry-
ant st., $15. martin & co., 749 Market st.
D WAITRESSES, RESORT HOTEL, fare
O paid, $20 an I r* om; 3 waltrea es, city, $20 and
room; chambermaid and wait some, $.0 and
room: waitress, Stoc eton, Cal., $ 0 and room; 3
w. itresses ciiy, $15 and room: French waitress,
$20 and room. MAR ITN <fc CO., 749 Market St.
COOK AND WAITRESS. OAKLAND. CAL,
Ks $35 and room: cook for Orecon; also a pastry
cook: cook, small restaurant, $20 and room; cook
and wai ress. city, $35 ■ and room- pastry cook,
*35 and room. MARTIN <_: CO., 749 Market st.
WAITRESS, $6 A WEEK; WAITRESS. $7 A
wick; 2 waitresses, $5 a week; waitress, $4 a
week: 2 waitresses, $1 a week, small place..
MARTIN & CO., 749 Market su
J -"BENCH lit ..NEK, $25, BO >M, BOARD;
-T Ironers. $1 25 per day; man and wife, country
laundry. MARTIN &CO , 749 Market st.
2 COLORED GIRLS, HOUSEWORK, $15
each. Mar & CO., 719 Market st.
NEAT SECOND GIRL, $25; NURSE, $25; 15
1. house girls cltv and country. $20 and
$25: 8 young tra, assist. $10 to $15. MI .8
CUI LEN, 323 sutterst.
RANCH COOK. EL DORADO COUNTY, $20.
MISSCULLWN, 323 Suf.ersL
GERMAN OR FRENCH OR SVVEDISHCOOK,
$35. MISS CULLEN, 323 Salter St.
WAI'IRESS AND CHAMBERMAID: $20;
II springs. MISS CULLEN, 323 suttersu
■JVJEAT YOUNG GIRL; $15. MISS CULLEN,
ll 323 Sutter st.
fir ANTED— HOUSEKEEPER, FIRST-CLASS
11 hotel, good wages; 2 French or German cooks,
$35: French nurse*. $20; German housekeeper,
$15; Germxn cook, $20; first-class waitress and
parlor maid, *25; American cook, $.0: young
girls to assist, *slo and $12; nurs'glr s. $8, sleep
home. LEON ANDRE. 3.8 Stockton at.
0 COOKS, $25 AND $30: CHAMBERMAID.
• > $20: waitress, $25; infants' nurse, $20; nurse
girl, $10: several girla for housework. MRS,
HIRD, 721 Ellis st.
ANCH COOK, $15: GERMAN HOUSEGIRL,
XV. 3 in family, no wash. »20; housegirl. Oakland,
$20, 4ln family: one for Redwood City, $20: Rreni- I
wood, $15; san Rafael, $15. and any number for
Ciiy, $15 and $20. C. R. HANSEN «£ C0., 108 Geary
IRONER FOR COUNTRY' STEAM LAUNDRY.
$30 and board and steady place year around;
call early. 'C. K. HANSEN & CO, 108 Geary s:.
SCANDINAVIAN CH AMBEBM aID, CITY,
$18. C R. HANSEN <fe CO., 108 Geary sL
BOTES A NURSE FOR AN INSTITU-
tIon, $20: waitresses, different country hotels,
$20 and $18; girl for all round laundry work,
small country laundry, $20: 50 girls for house-
worK. couu ry places. MURR..Y' & READY',
Leading Employment Agents. 634 and 636 Clay.
HAMBERWCRK AND WAITING, COUN-
try hotel; $20. R.T. WARD <fc C 0. .610 Clay bL
GIRLS OF ALL NATIONALITIES TO FILL
CJ various positions. MRS. LAMBERT, 417
Powell st
WAITRESS FOR SPRINGS, $20. HOTEL
G-. ZKITE, 4 0 Kearny sL
T\f ANTED— EXPERIENCED OPERATOR.
II on iancy while flannel shirts; also a limited
nunibif of young girls ho reside at home for in-
struction. Apply standard Shirt Factory, Gough
ana Grove sts
GIRL WANTED (ABOUT 14) TO ASSIST j
VJT with light housework. Apply 306 Leaven-
worth st , !r.*m 11 to 12.
Yy ANTED-GIBL FOB GENERAL HOUSE-
-11 work and cooking; German preferred; $20.
1316 Ellis.
A NEAT YOUNG GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework and plain conking in a small
family: no children. Call 1226 McAllister St.
RESPECTABLE GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework; $10. . 710 Upper Cole st., near
Chutes.
XV ANTED— DRESSMAKER. APPLY, AFTER
11 11 a. m, at Wendt's. Hotel, 22 Sacramento.
GIRL FOR lI. IUSEWOKK, $12 MONTH.
C. N. MANTIS, 1600 Washington sL
GERMAN OR JEWISH GIRL FOB HOUSE-
I work and cooking: wages $.0. 2318 Clay.
4 MARKET ST.— BRANCH OFFICE OF THE
Call: want ads and subscriptions taaen.
\\T ANTED — YOUNG GIRL TO ASSIST IN
ii light housework. 1217 Webster.
GIRL WANTED TO DO GENERAL HOUSE-
work. 608 oak st.
\\TANTED-OOOD COOK FOR COUNTR;*.
11 Apply 26 Grov.e sL
Girl FOR LIGHT housework, plain
cooking: small family. 1117 Turk st
ANTED -AN APPRENTICE GIRL ON
coats. 21 Harriet sL * -
PEBATORS AND FINISHERS ON CUSTOM
coats. 106 Battery sU
EK.SPECTABLE YOUNG GERMAN GIRL
Xi for light housework. 2018 Mlssio.i su
01 C LARKIN-BRANCH OFFICE OF THK
UIU CALL Subscriptions and want ads taken.
WANTED— BBIGHT YOUNG LADY TO FIN-
•I ish tintypes. 342 Kearny sL ?'
WANTED— YOUNG OIBL FOB GENERAL
housework; small family. 714 Waller st. '
ANTED— ELDERLY LADY FOR LIGHT
h.u. ekeeping. 1165 Mission sl
ANTED— FOR SAN RAFAEL RELIABLE
American or German girl for Am. rican family
of 2 and young child to do general housework;
good plain cook: wages from $12 to $15 Pl.us-
ca 1 at 607 Van Ness aye. Monday before 1 o'clock.
WANTED-500 WOMEN AND GIRLS TO
work on fruit. Apply immediately at Cali-
fornia tanneries Company, Brannan su, between
Third ard Fourth.
CAA WOMEN AND GIKLS WANTED AT
UUU once. Apply California . Canneries Com-
pany, Brannan su.bet. Third and tourth.
YOUNG GIBL ASSIST IN LIOHTHOUSE-
X work and care of children. Call iv forenoon at
2503 California st.
\V TED-FIRST-CLASS ■ DBESSMAKEK.
II capable of good fit In waists and sklrta Ap-
p!y 363 Proapect aye., Oakland.
HELP WANTED— Continued.: ! f
\\r A NTED— GOOD COOK FOR FAMILY' OF 3,
ii wages $20. Apply 1403 McAllister st, cor.
Pierce. I
_____________ : __-_ ___ !
MONEY LOANED ON DIAMONDS. WATCH- -
es.jewelry. sealskins. Uncle Harrls,lsGrant ay.
£1 X LARKIN-BRANCH OFFICE OF THE I
UJLU Call: .übscripuous and van; adt. taken. i
LEARN DRESS HAKI.NG AND MILLINERY
at the only school receivine the noil medal:
patterns to order 25c. MCDOWELL'S, 103 Post st. ;
SF. DRESS-CUTTING SCHOOL— FRENCH
. tailoring taughi; $1 week. 916 Market, r. 19. -
OPERATORS ON OVERALLS. LEVI
STRAUSS & CO., 3'_V2 Fremoni st.
liroi* MISSION — SUBSCRI I'TIO-.-t A->_>
__,U__iU wane ads taken :or 'I'HK Call. ■
THE LAWRENCE METHOD OF DRESS*. UT-
ling is the only one by which you can complete 1
a peifect garment without trying on. 1079 MarkeL ]
MOST CONVENIENT AND RESPECTABLE;
Winchester House, 44 Third st.. near Marksc:
20. rooms: 26c to $1 60 pernight; $1 60 to * I
per week: free 'tins and bursas*" 10 aad trom lerrv •
MALE HELP WANTED.
WANTED— 8 LABOBEBS FOP. COUNTRY,
long job. 'cc boss in city, $20 and found: labor- -
ers, city, $1 75 day; 6 laborers, $35 and board; 10 *
woodchoppers, 80c to $116 cord, tools and pro-
visions advanced: blacksmith, country snop, $40 ;
and found: floor maa for shoeing- shop, $2 50 day;
furnace man for mine: 3 hay balers, 1 -'•■'?<■ ton:
lron-molder. $2 50 day. and others. Apply to J. F. *
CROSETT <fc CO, 628 Sacramento st. *
. , 1
WANTED— MAN TO ,UY COUNTRY RES- 1
11 taurant; 2 hotel cooks,country,s3s: restaurant •
cook, country. slo week and found: second cook and
broiler. $4* to $45: camp waiter, $15; inside
servant, private family, $15; waiters and others. 1
Apply 10 J. F. CROSETT & CO.. 628 Sacramento. 1
; J
4Jfl LABORERS FOR BRICKYARD, $20 AND <
• U board: 6 woodmen, $30: 5 railroad laborers,
$20: man to put up 1000 pounds dried pears;
b.acksmlih, ihore man and milk, $20; 2 men to -
hoe beans. .20: woodchoppers, 4- foot red and *
pine; 3 waiters, country hotel, $25. B. T. WARD
CO., 608 and 610 (.lay st. <
Wf ANTED- COOK FOR RESTAURANT, $40: :
broiler for hotel, $40: cook, small place, $7
week: 2 waiters, short-order bouse, 330; waiter, j
hotel, $25: waller, *10 week; 2 dishwashers. $15 <
and »2u; and others at ANDRE'S, 308 Mock. on. .
WANTED-BAKEI* FOR NICE COUNTRY
hote* near city, $30 per month. - Apply to W. J
D. EWER J- CO., 626 Clay su .
IJOP. MEN WANTED TO-DAY. CALL AFTER '
I OU 9 a.m.: 20 laborers for a large company
near San Jose, $20 per month and found, steady
job: 6 learn iters, cliy, $1 75 per oay; stAbleman, .
city, $40; blacksmith for a ranch; 40 farmers,
orchard bands, etc.: 2 mil ; ers, $25: 40 laborers, -
city, $1 75 and $1 60 a day and board: $26 per
mouth and found, farmer han. l y with blacksmith .
tools. MURRAY' & READY, 634 and b.6 Clay St. ;
WOODCHOPPERS! W< ODCHOPPERR! WE
want 60 m n: 4 fu pine aud redwood; tools
furnished. ML' RAY <& READY, 634 and 636 .
Clay su
I£. (.toft REDWOOD TIES TO CUT; 8C !
J U.UUU each: tools fjrnlshed; sawmill and
woo'smen we want a*, once; 30 men as laborers
and crosscut $26 and $20;perimo;*th; found.
.MURRAY <t READY, 634 aim 8-6 Clay St.
TO-DAY (MONDAY) WE WANT 15 31EN ,
for manuiacluring any: near city; $20 and -
found steady jib MURRAY & READY, 634 (
and 636 * lay st.
COOK AND WIFE FOR COUNTRY HOTEL, '
V_ $1. and found; ft cooks. $30, $40, $50; 3 -
waiters. $2*. $30. MURRAY & READY, 634 •
and 636 Clay st.
DRY-GOODS CLKBK: $40. MUBBAY & !
READY, 634 and 636 Clay sL
COOK, CHOPHOUSE. $10 A WEEK AND -
room: cook, chophouse, $35 and room; cook,
resort, $60 and room; cook, restaurant, $14 a
week; cook to go south, $20 a week: cook, ci y, ;
$30 and room: fry cook, $12 to $14 a week; ta- j
male-makers: second coon. $50 and room; baker ,
to go north; cook, city, $35 and room. MARTIN -
& CO., 749 Market su .
WAITER FOR AMADOR COUNTY'; WAIT- ;
er, city, who cm make sa ads, $26 an.l room: _
3 waiters, city, $25 and room: waiter, city, $12 a !
week; German waiter, $26 and room. MAR UN ;
6 CO.. 749 Market st. ]
_ _ ;
A DI HYVaSHERS, CITY, $15 AND ROOM: «
t: boy for kitchen work: dishwasher tor Santa -
Rosa; dishwasher, $6 a week: dishwasher, $5 a
week: dishwasher, $20 and room. MARTIN & *
CO., 749 MarkeL 1
"yOU NO MAN FOR BAR AND PORTER
X work, $15 and room: ironer, country laundry; 1
polisher, $30. board, etc.: baker's helper. $^0, 1
room, board, etc: pantryman, $25 and room. 1
MARTIN At CO., 749 -.arket.
HEAD WAIT R AND 4 SIDE WAITERS. *
MARTIN & to., 749 Market.
WASHER, $26; IRONER, $25, FOR HOTEL .
It laundry, country: laundryman and wife to {
wash and iron, country hotel, $50. C. R. HAN- -
SEN & CO.. 108 Geary St.
HEAD COOK, $80: SECOND COOK AND ;
baker. $50, for country hotel; head cook, res-
taurant, $75; second coo*, for springs. $40 to $43
and fare advanced: pantryman, country hotel,
$26. C R. HANSEN & CO., 108 Geary sL
Z.f\fi BOOKMEN, TEAMSTERS, LABORERS .
tjVJyJ and masons' helpers for railroad, work,
$1 76 to $2 a day; new uoad, long job. free fare;
see boss here. C R HANSEN & CO., 108 Geary. .
7 Z(\ RAILROAD MEN TO GO NORTH; FARE .
i UU advanced. C. R. HANSEN <s C 0. ,108 Geary _
WAITER FOR SPRINGS, $22 50 AND FARE
II advanced. C. R HANSEN &CO , 108 Geary. .
2 SECOND COOKS. COUNTRY, $40: DlSH-
washer, $20. HOTEL GAZETTE, 4-0 Kearny. ,
AN AND WIFE; $30. MIS- CULLEN, 323
Sutterst. i
\V ANTED— EXPERIENCED MAN TO MAKE
Tf bens Apply, after 11 a. _£„ at Wendt's Ho- .
tel. 22 Sacramento su
ANTED— DISHWASHER AT 1111 MAR- '.
ket su
ThONG BOY TO HELP IN RESTAURANT ]
kitchen. 016 Howard st. .
SHOEMAKER ON REPAIRING; TWO MEN
on naw work. : 202 Fifth sl.
ANTED— YOUNG MAN TO LEARN BAR- |
I I be r's trade. 2^7 Second st. .
0 GOOD LUNCH WAIIEB& 28 FIRST ST. "
yOUNG OR MIDDLE-AGKD GENTLEMAN J
A with $800 cash to invest in a new amusement
enterprise; money secured; must furni-h best of ,
reierences. Address C. B. E., box 63, Call Office. .
AKB..R'S 3-CHAIR SHOP FOR SALE ON (
i . account of leaving city. 307 Sixth su
W ANTED— SADDLE AND HARNESS MAX- I
l» ers. MAIN A WINCHESTER, 214 Battery. .
\\T ANTED— INDUSTRIOUS MAN TO FILL ,
11 position wilh stockbroker: $200 required: will .
guarantee $35 weekly. Address S. li, box 114, ,
Call Oflice. .. I
AL sKA-SKN.i 25c FOR FULL PARTICU- "
lars of bow and when to go to Dawson, on the
Yukon; latest book out. 19 Capp st. '_
HALF INTEREST IN IDEA WORTH $1000 I
for $50: $50 remaining in business. __„ box .
113, Call office.
ARBER - SHOP WANTED. COUNTRY':
near Che coast; $250 10 $300: must be fair pay- ".
ing shop. Apply STOI-TZ, 6SO M .. .._,.•_ sU
*L*IVE LADIES OR GENTLEMEN WITH $250 "
JP incash to invst In the Klondyke god mines I
which will yield large returns; answer at once if
you in can business. WILL A. Nasll, 101s '
Eighteenth St., Oakland. *
BARBEB-SHOP. 15c; BEST LOCATION IN
South San Francisco: $75. STOLTZ,63OMarkeL '
I- ARBER FOR SATURDAY. 1743 MARKET
I » streeL
RANCH OFFICE OF THB CAL*-, 167 NINTH
*U— Wane ads and subscriptions taken.
ONEY' LOANED ON DIAMONDS, WATCH-
es.jcwelry.-ealsklns. Uncle Karris, 15 Grant ay.
1 »7 NINTH ST. —BRANCH OFFICE OF* I
IU I Turn call; subscrlpttou : aim wans ada '
taken.
FIRST-CLASS SALESMEN TO TRAVEL; '
must have good address; expenses advanced. -
1156 Webster st., Oakland. :,-•*. y. . .
CLEARING SALE-FINE ASSORTMENT OF -
boots and sho s to be sa-rlficed at actual cost, 1
prices. ;. 767 Market St.. opp. Will <fc Flnck. I
ECRUITS WANTED FOR THE UNITED *
RECRUITS WANTED FOR THE UNITED ,
states marine corps, United states* navy;
able-bodied, unmarried men, between tbe ages of -
21 and 30 years, who are citizens of the United
Slates, or those who have legally declared their
intention to become such; must be of good char- I
acter and habits and able to speak, read and write
English, and be between 5 feet 5 inches and 6 feet
in height. For further information apply at the
recruiting office, 20 Ellis su, san Francisco, Cal. <
1
BARBERS' ASSOCIATION FBEE EMPLOY- £
ment Office. S. FUCHS, Secy. 325 Grant aye. -
ANTE D— MEN TO LEARN BARBER I
trade: shops, tools. * positions furnished;, 8 1
weeks required. S. F. Barber College. 1 38% Eighth, -
TRY ACME HoU.-E, 967 MABKET ST., BE- .
low sixth, for a room; 26c a night: $1 a week.
VTEW WALDO 'LODO ING-HOUSE, 76"* Mis-
XV sion sL.be:. 3d and 4tb— Single room* pernight, .
10c to 50c; per week. 70c to $2: clean, qu lot: spe-
cial attention to ' morning calls; open all nighu ;:*;: I
LADIES' "SHOES, SOLING, ; 35c; MEN'S .
shoes, soling, 50c; all repairing * done "at half "
the usual price. .. 562 Mission su, beL Ist and 2d. .
WINCHESTER HOUSE. 44 THIRD ST., NR.
Market: 300 rooms, 25c a night; reading- *
room; free 'bus and baggage to and from the ferry.
HELP WANTED— Contfrni*-*.
WANTED— GET YOUR SHOE*. MADE TO
« lit your f<i*t at the same 1 rice v 0:1 bu ■ realy-
made ones, from $1, IS, $4 and $5. at 662 Mis-
sion at., between First and second sts.
noArt PAIRS; ANOTHER LOT MEN'S
OUUU shoes; been slightly damaged; at less
than one-fourth their vaiue; from 25c to $2 60.
662 Mission at., tet First and -eco a.
FINE MEN'S CALF SHOES, $175. TO OR-
der, $2 60; halt-soling, 25c up. 959 Howard.
1-1 SIMON WANTS 100 MEN TO GET BOTTLE
J. beer or wine sc; best free lunch. 643 Clay.
T\, ANTED.TOCOLLECT WAGES DUE LABOR-
»T ers^clerks KNOX Collection Ager, llOsutter.
DOOMS. l&o JO '*5c PER MOHT: 50J iu»lW
It per week. Oriental, 225 Drnmm su
XV ANT-r.D-LABORERS AND MECHANICS
»» to know that Ed Rolkin. Reno Honse proprie-
lor, still inns Denver Honse, 217 Third eU: AM
large rooms: *.'6c per night; $1 to »3 per wee k.
C.4.-7 MONHiOMI-RY CORNER OF CLAY-.
OZI open nntll 9:3 d oclock; branch offlco of
Ibe Call- subscriptions pn." wan'- >ds. laken.
AGENTS WANTED.
TO PRESENT AN ARTICLE THAT SELLS
lon sight. 530 Commercial st.
CANVASSERS WANTED TO SELL THE
Apollo light; best on markeu 129 Ellis au
ANTED — UPRIGHT AND FAITHFUL
Vl gentlemen or ladles to travel for responsible
established house in California; monthly. $65 and
expenses', position steady; reference: inclose se*f-
addressed stamped envelope. The Dominion Com-
pany, Depu H, Chicaga ..-*...'
AGENTS— RAKER'S NEW COMBINATION
enameled sign or universal signboard; will
have a tremendous sale; nothing like ii: secure
sample and territory at once. BAKER En. and
Mfg. Co., 409 i-anchez st., San Fr-ncl .ro.
HOUSES WANTED.
TV-ANTED— NICK COTTAGE OF ABOUT 5
T» rooms; state particulars. G. 8., box 33,
Call Office.
ANTED— SMALL FURNISHED FLAT OB
cot age. BeL Eddy and Clay, east of Broder-
ick; young couple. Write particulars to Teacher,
2021 Vl'ginlast, Berkeley. .
«_— _— __^_^___________. - —^i=a»^—^—^b^^
ROOMS WANTED.
2 UNFURNISHED HOUSEKE KPING BOOMS
noith of Marke' sU J , box 133. Call.
WANTED— BY MAN, WIFE AND CHILD 1
11. year old, 2 furnished rooms complete for
housekeeping; slate rental. J. T., box 26, Call.
ANTED— 2 FUBNISHED ROOMS, NEAR
Market st. Address, stating price, G., box
39, Call Office.
— ■— *^— ii— —^*—^"^^
BOARD AND ROOM WANTED.
BOARD AND ROOM IN PRIVATE FAMILY;
$12: nor h Mark*-u Box D, box 147, CalL
WANTED-MISCELLANEOUS.
WANTED — OLD GOLD AND SILVER FOB
11 manufacturing. O. NOLTE, jeweler, 222
i. 'Farrell st.
OLD GOLD AND SILVER BOUGHT. W.
MUND, watchmaker and jewe er, 226 Ellis
BOOKS OF ALL KINDS BOUOHT. HOLMES
Book Company, 704 Mission st.
PAWNBROKER— OLD GOLD, SILVER, CAST-
off clo him; bought. Add. COLEMAN. 41 Third.
LODGING-HOUSE** FOR PALE-
-1 Q ROOMS N. MARKET; ELEGANT, LOW
I O rent ...$B5O
35 rooms, Market St., nr. B Id win $950
IS roon Sixth sU ; c. bar am $350
other bargains. ANDERSON <fe CO.. 777 Market.
OA-ROO5l COR. HOUSE, CLEARS $100. .52200
-— U 10 room corner house one floor 250
22-room house, clears $100 1200
24-room h»use, owner going to Alaska 375
50-room hotel and bar, rent $75 900
32-roim corner, only SOU
14-room house on Eddy st 350
13-room house on Tourth st 500
Other bargains. H. C. DECKER, 1020 Market st.
CQ.;E RESTAURANT FINELY FITTED
spO—O. up: 8 well-furnished rooms; doing good
business. H. C. DECKER, 1020 Market at.
ffljOKo LODGING - HOUSE; 14 FBONT
«!D_-UU. rooms; rent $20: water free; steady
roomers: sickness. Inquire 602 Cal orn a su,
fruitstand.
(J*!*.;- CHEAP; « BOOMS; ALL FULL;
tJp_Lr*_.U. steady roomers. 242 Sixth su.
AT UNDERWOOD'S, 765 .MARKET ST.. 8. F.
23 rooms, near Ma: ket, nets $100 8 850
62 rooms, north of Murket, paying finely 1650
RANCH OFFICE OK THE CALL 167 NINTH
st.: wan: ads and .11 t.scrlmtons taken.
■ ■■»
FURNITURE FOR FAT.-!.
(.'An STOCK, GOODS AND HOUSEHOLD
«JpUUU. furniture; $300 cash. Apply Cal office.
IjiURNITURE OF 3 ROOMS AND COTTAGE
Jl for rent. 2423 Leavenworth st.
Mi NEY LOANED ON DIAMOND", WATCH-
es.jewelry.sea skliis. Unc c Harris.lsGrant ay.
HOUSEHOLD RANGES AUK THE Hi-Si'
JOHN F. M XV ERS CO.. 947 Market su
FURNITURE WANTED
Li URNITURE, STOVES CARPETS, COUN-
J tera showcases ANDERSON. 1121 Markeu
TVTKVV STORE; NEEDS FURNITURE; BEST
Is prices SILVKRsTIKN, 1-23 Market: postaL
INDIANA AUCTION CO. REMOVED TO 19
X Montgomery St.; highest prices paid.
BEST PRICKS FOR FURNITURE, MDSE.
etc. STREET & CRESWELL Aiictloneers.7_ll
Howard streeet. Houses ooueh: in their ireir.
CARPET CLEANING.
CI.V STEAM CARPET-CLEANING WORKS
titans, moves, ays carpeta G. H. STEVENS,
Mgr.. 38 and 40 Eighth su; telephon . South 250.
VU/HEN, YoU BECOME DISGUSTED WITH
" poor work send toSPAULDING'S Pioneer Car-
pet-beatlnz Works. 353-57 '1 ehama si. : tel. So 4 J.
J WATTS, reiiab: c carpet-cleanl nir, renovisr, alter-
. ation works, 413 McAllister. TeL Jessie 321.
CLEANING, 3c; LAYING. He: RU ■ SAM-
pies tree: tel. Jessie 944. Stratton, 8 Eighm.
/-•ARRETS CLEANED A RENOVATED LIKE
/new. _3 'Tenth; lei. South 36. Mackintosh <£ Co.
JK. MITCHELL. CARPET-CLEANING CO.,
. 240 14. h sU; cleaning 3c. a yard: teL Mia 74.
CARPETs CLEANED, RENOV'AIED LIKE
new. J. McULEEN, 4S3 Stevenson. Tel. s.2_i-L
ADVANCE CARPET-CLEANING CO., 402
tetter; tel. Main 394. GEO. WALCOM. prop.
ON KLIN'S CARP*!'- BEATING WORi-.-*.
U33 Oolden Gate aye. .eiephone Ease l-i
FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS.
NEWFOUNDLAND AND ST. BERNARD
dog. 23 high: gentle. 1434y 2 Howard st.
ONK-HALP circle COUNTER AND glass
showcase to match; also about 50 feet glass
cases, douole doors nn 1 double drawers. Apply to
C. CURTIN, 911 and 913 Market st.
ffljOA NEW WHITE SEWING-MACHINE;
«IP__,U. all attachments; bargain. 1915 Mission.
FRESH YOUNG COW: RICH MILK; GEN-
t!e: cat ved 10 days. 1312 Folaom st.
HEAVY HORSE AND WAGON. INQUIRE
meat-market, 1106 Mission aye.
A LOT OF UNCALLED .OR SHOES FBOM
50c up to $125. 562 Mission si., ueu Ist and 2d
ONE 1-HORSE WAGON AND ONE 2-HORSE
wagon. 827 Hampshire st.
JR. POOL HOUSE-MOVER, DEALER SEC-
. ond-hand ding material, 1122-36 Mission.
FOR SALE— GREAT DANE DOGS; CHEAP.
117 'Tenth st.
SMALL ICE-MAKING PLANT. ADDRESS G.
0 J., box 29. Call Office.
COFFEE-MILL, SCALi* , HAND-TRUCK, LET-
tei-press, *esk aud safe cheap. 102 Clay su
1 SEVEN-HORSEPOWER ENGINE, 1 FOUR-
J horsepower engine, with boiler, gas engine,
lathe., plainer* and shapers. 615 sixth sU'~ftp_a__
BARS, BACK BARS, MIRRORS, SHOW-
cases, counters, linol* urn, offlce furniture, store
and office furnlinre and fixtures: new and second-
hand. J. NOONAN, 1017-1019-1021-1023 Mis-
sion su, above Sixth.
Safes- bargains in new and second-
hand; all sizes; also a lot of safe-deposit boxes.
CHARLES WALTZ, 100-11 l Market St., S. F.
Bi ILERS.ENoINEs.2o HAND MACHINERY
Mcintosh <fe WOLPMAN. 137 Beale st. -
BARS. SHOWCASES, COUNTERS, SHELV-
Iug, etc.. bought and sold. 1063 Mission, nr. 7th.
SUBSCRIPTIONS AND VV AN 1 ADs FOB THE
Call taken at braucu cllic-. 33V Hayes »-.
open until tt:3t> o'clock. '
£s__£!_r______ 03, A,:': ' CARDS.
JOHN E. RICHABDS, LAW OFFICES. BOOMS
26 and 27, Crocker building; telephone Mala
75, san Francisco, CaL
BUSINESS CHANCES. * .
FOB JUNEAU. DYEA, DIRECT. THE
X C rele City i.old Mining Company will send up .
allmi-ed number of men at cost of transportation,
practical miners, blacksmiths, cooks and carp
ters at $125, and allow eac.i man to take 1-50
pounds of food and outfit, and th* company Mil
furnish a reliable guide and Indian carriers tn the '
Kondyke district. Those wishine to go apply to
W. P. HERMAN, mannger, 104 Mis don st
<n«OfWV FINE SALOoN BUSINESS IN LIVE-!
IJ.OUU. Hess neighborhood, on- block from
Chronicle building: macnlflcentiy filled up: lama
place: Is doing an excellent paying trade, which
w.ll be proved: ful investltatlon allowed; thia
place ia worth 10 any one fully 500. but is of- •
fered so cheap as the owner will leave the ci;y
soon. M. LE.--S, 5 Fourth su
"St Qflfin HALF INTEREST IN ONE OF.-'
0 UUUU. the best-paying hotels of lis kindin
the city: 80 rooms: well furnished; bouse mwnys
filled with good, steady, paying pan ons: tine large
bar, hi.liaru and cluing rooms, par. etc.: rent
exceptionally low: owner will furnish bejl of ref- .
erences. M LEss, 5 Fourth su • .
©IP.A BRANCH BAKKRY, NOTION AND
<S)xy\J. cigar store, 1 bock from Market si : 5
n.celivinn-rooms; rent low: gcod place. M. LESS,
5 Fourth su
■ . ; :__.
SvIVOO corner grocery AND BAB;
* 1 v" V in **" location ant dolnif a ttood pav-
ing business: has been estaolished for 35 years; .
owner anxious to sell on account of a death In tha
famlly. Call M. LESS, 5 Fourth st.
.11.900 BRANCH BAKERY AND GBO- b
•f — _»c». eery-store: best location in the ills- '-
son: 3 nice living rooms: rem only $12; value in*
sight. M. LEss, 5 Fourth »v :■
•ft^.^.O »TAURANT; GOOD CATION: •
x • magnificently furnished throughout: .
rent low; doing a line paying bunlness: wel -estab-
Ushed trade; rare chance. M. LEss, 5 Fourth st.
•^lool> -CORNER GROCERY, BAB AND-
«jp 1 yw- 'Small boarding-nouse: best posslblo
location; sells 10 barrels beer per week ; flne whis- •
ky trade: rent reasonable: long lanso large cellar, .
yard, etc.: present owner .here 14 years; easily,
worth doubie amount asked: offated so cheap on
aciouut of deain. M. LESS, 5 Fourth sU
HOUSE OF 45 ROOMS WITH BAR, WHOLE
sale district: room* always .ccupied; must
sell at once, account *.f death; reasonable, pnoa
only $-110. WILKK, 753 Markeu
dllfl^O RKSTAUBANT AND chop-
if I \JsJ\J. house, oppos ie Oakland ferries:
money-making place; Investigate at once* good-
Luslness offer. WILKE, 783 _*ar_;eu
J). QAA OLD-ESTABLISHED SALOON IN '
w OUl'. South San Irancisco doln. a rushing
business: cream of trade; whole-ale, reuu butch- '
ers and cattlemen: clearing above $100 per month.
Particulars WILKE, 7.3 M arket su
flfc'Pßnn COFFEE SALOON AND BAKERY; !
/UUU. choicest location on Market st.; es-
tablished many years: money-making place: ex-
cellent opportunity for 2 energetic men. Apply •■
WILKE, 783 Market at. • ._
<S__ Z(l(\ LEADING GBOCEBY. WITHOUT V
jj?" J UUU. bur, on lively business s.reet: horso.
and wagon; large stock of goods: doln? a largo.
cash trade: owner going Easu Apply WILKE,
783 Market st.
4tftflh SALOON AND 17 FUBNISHED
•IT OUU. rooms; wholesale district: old * stab-
llshed: owner her.* 2 year-* ; fine opportunity to se-
cure bargain. STENBERG <& CO., 632 Mar .et st.
m*orir| wood, coal YARD: LOCATION
ijpOUU. central; established years: long lease;'
good iforses, wagon, c.c ; retiring the reason for
selling. STEN BERG & CO., 632 Market su
•il (Kill TO bakkrs : COUNT MY BAK-
tipIUUU. cry: short distance from city: lively
town of 2000; ftne brick oven: living-rooms:
counter sales $25adav; rent $25; lease: 3 fur-
nished rooms BASILE & CO.. 873*/2 Market su
A T UNDEBWOOD'S. 765 MARKET ST., S F. ;
A we.l-.ocatc-d profitable saloon, sacrifice, *200;
Market-sU cigar-stand, rent $20. $-50.
©QKn PARTNER WANTED IN LIGHT
tJpUUU. business that will pay $18 to $25 each
a week; trial t:lven before buying; no previous ex-
perience necessary. 410 Kearny St.. room 4.
C«9XA PARTNER IN A RESTAURANT:
<IT — sjxf . fine opportunity for a good man not
nfrald of work: this Is a good chance. Apply B.
CCRRaN, 268 Minna st.
ALASKA GOLDFIELDS, SAIL A* G. 4-10
more men to join party of 30: passage and pro-
vision for a year $2. 0 Apply bet. 10 a m. and
3 p. m. to captain sorensen, oo oregon st.
Y\r ANTED— PARTNER IN ESTABLISH. D
»' cloak and suit house doing co d bu*lii»ss; no
experience necessary. J., bo.x 170, Call Office.
"iii 4 ?! 11) FIN r. OLD-ESTABLISH ED SALOON;
tJP___UU. good place lor 2 men. -05 Howard at.
lITANTED— DISHWASHER FOR RES-
'» taurant. 638 Fourth st
L^l KS. -CLASS SALOON DOING A GOOD BUSI-
X nese; low rent; must sell. Apply 33 Third st.
KLONDYK A FEW PASSENGERS WILL
be taken to Dawson City direct via YtKon
River on auxiliary gasoline schooner Chetco.saliln-
July 30; 2000 Ibs of provisions 111 be furnished
at Dawson Lily, with passu.e, for $1000. Apply
room 11, ground floor, Mills building, between the
hours of 9 a. m. and 3 pm.
LOR KENT (COMPLETELY FURNISHED) —
X Larce baseme. it saloon and restaurant (45x911)
on prominent corner: low rent; fine chance to
start business. Call 825 Market su, room 629.
p OOD-PAYING HOTEL BUSINE-S; LONG-'
\J established; half interest $500: whole $10UU.
Address Cosmopolitan Hoiel. Petaluma.
1 IGHT MANUFACTURING BUSINESS FOR
J J sale: over 103 per cent profits; only small
cv.-h e» pital requlrea. ROBINSON, 22% Geary.
room 27.
C?OXA IF SOLD AT ONCE— FULL STOCK;
«B)U«-V/ no oppositl n; good-paying corner: In-
vestigate befoie buying. lif.eeiuh and Dolores.
•5. 1 700 BAKERY AND ICECREAM PAR.
«mT*i I. ( V/U- lor: receipts $10 per day: 6 living-
rooms. Particulars WINSTON* CO.. 646 MarKet.
BOARD AND ROOMS IN FIRST-CLAB
l» hotel for family for use of $1500; mortgage
security. Box 1-', Cell Office. Oakland.
% TOO WORTH $2000; BOOK. STATION-
•IP I \J\J. cry and toy store. STEVENSON, 539
Market st.
lii Of) GBOCEBY AND BAR F RSAI.E*
sJpXOKI. cheap; living-rooms. Apply this office.
LOR SALE— REASONABLE: A GOOD-PAY-'
1 ing restaurant*, on account sickness. 116G-ary.
LiOB SA lE-PROFITABLE MANUFACTURE
I ing businesa Address R, box 30, Call.
TfOR SALE — CHOPHOUSE. APPLY 29
X Fourth st
•SiT.in WOOD AND COAL YARD: BAR-
«JP 1 UU. gain. N\, box 16'). Call Offlce.
RANCH B\KERY: ONE LIVING-ROOM* '
5041/3 Leavenworth su ':
DRANCH BAKERY. 136 EIGHTH ST. ""
BARBER-SHOP, BEST LOCATED sgop
in soutn San Francisco, $75. sTOLTZ, 630
Market sU
SALOON FOB SALE AT A BARGAIN; GOUD
location: must retire. Apply 795 Mission au *'.
GERMAN GIRL RECENTLY FROM OErE •'
J many, desires a partner. 11l Geary, room _i '.'
SALOON— YOUR OWN PHICE; MOST SELL;,'
stock: fixtures; low rent. Apply call Office. :
VI ONEY LOAN ED*ON DIAMONDS, WATCH- '
i'J es.jewelry, sealskins. Uncle Harris,lsGranc ay.
ffl*<n/\ SEWING-MACHINE STORK; GOOD
<Jpt_UU. chance for smart man. 1559 Market. '
SALOON OIVEN AWAY FOR LITTLE'
money at 1306 Mission su
fl|Xft|| BAKKRY IN LIVELY CITY
»JpUUU. about 50 miles north of san Francisco* *
selling on account of other business. Apply Call. '
/ x BOCERY AND BAR. OLD ESTABLISHED ■
VJI for sale, or will exchange. Apoly S2lVi How-.'
ard st.
VI KA I MARK-.T FOR -ALE, CHEAP. CALL "
JU to-day at 511 Paclflc st. \**.*u
L**INE GROCERY* A.\D BAR IN MANUFAC--
X turing and family dis rict: kept by present ;
owners for years. Apply Call office.
T ADY WAITRESS, WITH 3126, AS PART-.
XJ ncr in restaurant. Address B. B„ box 160.
Call.
SALOON FOB SALE, ON ACCOUNT OF DE-
parure. 613 East st., beu Washington and
Jacksou
U?iO RESTAURANT; "a BABOAIN: DO-.
_.UV. ing good paying business 623 Sacra-
mento st. • .
SALOON FOR SALE;., ROOMS IPSTAIRS- •
East rt., south of Market. Inquire Ca I Office! •
VTERY BEST E SULTS OBTAINED BY •
T placing your Icdging-nouses, saloons, candy- •
stores, etc.. with Street & Cresswell, 721 Howard. '
CRT^VND AGENCY THIS PAPER. IN-""'
quire iuis offlca or at 133 Third su, Portland. ;
Oregon. . •; -
PROPOSALS.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL., JULY *.T^lB97^"
Sealed proposals, In triplicate, will be received
here unili 120'c.oci ic. August 2s. 1597, and then "
opened, for construction of a quanermaster'a'
storehouse and a subsistence storehouse at tha .
Presidio of san Francisco, Cat. Government re-
serves rlsht to reject or accept any or ull bids, In '
whole or In part. Preference, given to article, of.
domestic production, conditions of price and qual- :
ity (including In the price of foreign production's
the duty thereon) b*iu fe equal, and such preference
given -to articles of American production pro- -
duced on the Pacific Coast, to extent of consump-
tion requlrtd by the public service there. Infor-
mation furnished on application to undasUneU.-
Envelopes co: tiilulnc proposals should be en- .
dorsed -'Proposals fcr _ storehouse at .
. re <_.- 1 _ > o . . btt, iw«.? c ** ,co - Cal -" and addressed jo".
James M. MOORE, Assistant Quartermaster- •
General, Chief Quartermaster.

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