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RETALIATION
FOR CANADA
The Proposed Mining Tax
Not Favored by
Miners.
Different Conclusions Arrived
at by San Francisco
Men.
They Talk of Levying Tribute on
British Miners in America to
Even Things Up. >
The dispatch which appeared in The
Call of yesterday from Oitawa, Ontario,
in which it was announced that the Do
minion Government intended to put an
extra tax of $50 a day on American miners
In the Klondyke mines, was viewed with
distrust by some of the San Francisco
mining men.
Julian Sonntag, secretary of the Califor
nia -timers' Association, was in favor of
the United States Government using re
taliatory measures against English
miners in the United States should such a
thing be done.
He said: "Of course tbis only gives a
part of the conference as held by the
Government officers at Ottawa, and until
it has been finally decided as to whether
this tax shall be imposed or not it would
be ra'.b.r unfair to hazard a decided
opinion. But, if it should be so decided,
then I would be in favor of having our
Government enforce retaliatory measures
at once.
"I do not look upon this tax of $50 a
day as it tax, but as an act of confiscation
outright. It means lo keep American
miners out of Canada and out of Klon
dyke.
"If this tax should be imposed I would
recommend the fifteen Western mining
States to at once instruct their Senators
and ReD.eaentatives to Congress to wait
on the President and urge him to send a
special message to Congress recommend
ing retaliatory measures against all alien
miners in the United States."
Curtis H. Lindiey, an attorney and the
legal adviser of the Miners' Association,
was less pronounced in his views than
was Mr. Sonntag.
That the Canadian Government has the
right to impose the proposed or any other
tax on American miners within the pro
vince boundary be had no doubt what
ever. The earliest English laws, he said,
had held and hold now that all mineral
lands belong to the crown and are subject
to such laws as the Government may see
fit to impose for their preservation. The
law of the United States on the subject,
however, is quite different, and is con
tained in one section, which is as follows:
Section 2319 ol the Revised Statutes: All
valuable mineral deposits in land belonging
to the United States, both surveyed and un
surveyed, are hereby declared to be free and
ooen to exploration and purchase by citizens
of the United States and these who have de
clared their intention to become such, under
regulations prescribed by law and according
to the local customs or rules of miners in the
several mining districts, so far as the same are
spnllcble and not inconsistent with the laws
ol the United Stales.
This law was passed on May 10, 1872,
and covers all mining within the boun
daries of the Territories and such lands as
are in the several States, in so far as
issuing patents are concerned. But once
a patent is obtained for any mine, then
the state in which it is located assumes
jurisdiction over it, and can make such
laws as its people may see fit.
Under our laws, an alien can locate a
mine and hold it until ou. ted by the
Government. The right to his holding
the mine cannot be questioned by any
Individual, nor can an action of trespass
or ejectment be commenced by a citizen
against him. It is in the province of the
Government only to commence what the
law terms "an inquest" into his rignt of
possession.
In this, Mr. Lindley is of the opinion
that our Government is too lenient as
regards the rights of aliens to locate on
American mineral lands.
The right of a State, or of the General
Government, to impose a discriminating
mining tax, would be permitted by any
court in the land.
The only remedy lies in Congress
amending the law to preclude all foreign
ers from locating on mineral lands. This
it could do, and no doubt would, if Can
.da -hould discriminate aeainst miners in
Kl'-ndvke or elsewhere.
W. C. Ralston, who was the first secre
tary of the Minors' Association, was in
dbubt about the dispatch being the real
act of the Dominion Government. He
said
"1 can hardly credit it. The English
Government has never yet done this or
even attempted to do it in any country.
On the contrary, it has shown a most
liberal policy in regard to its mineral
lands and the right of miners are the
same. -|HS-1|
"This talk of retaliating is all bosh.
There will be no necessity for any such
action. My opinion of it is that the
Canadian Government is only too anxious
to have the gold in the Klondyke ex
tracted from the earth. Of course the
Government has the right to place a tax
upon miners and upon the gold taken out
if it sees fit to do so. But the miners' tax
in British Columbia is only from $5 to $15.
and it would be bard to convince me there
is one law for British Columbia and an-
othere for Kloudyke, and still another for
somewhere else. England does not do
anch cabbage-garden worE as this. It
has too many foreign holdings to permit
i self to tax a few American miners who
risk their lives in the cold at Klondyke to
extract gold from under the ice and snow.
"My impression is that Instead of pul
ling on an extra tax the Canadian Gov
ernment will encourage American miners
and afford them the same protection as it
will to its own citizens."
D. Hughe- of the Mineral Lnnd Com
pany said: "Th» Canadians and the other
British subjects have been allowed to take
ud claims in our country and have never
been charged a royalty, and it would be
very unfair for them to put this tax on
our miners. As I take it, the scheme has
only been approved by the Canadian
Cabinet and before it becomes a law must
le acted upon by their legislative bodies
Now is the time to catch it and prevent
it from being passed. If the United
Stales threatens retaliation— that is, to
put a heavy royalty on all the English
mine-owners operating mines in this
country — there is not much doubt of
bringing the Cana iian Government to
time. I presume this act of theirs is in a
measure a sort of retaliation on their part
for our not allowing their vessels to land
passengers at will. No doubt if proper pres
sure is brought to bear on them it can be
arranged satisfactorily."
P. J. S'anton thinks the Canadian Gov
ernment has the right to demand a roy
alty. He said: "Fair play is a jewel.
We can't expect to no up there and cart
out their gold without payine the Govern
ment something for the privileee. : How
ever, the proposed royalty is too high,
and I don't see bow they can regulate a
tax on the lucky and unlucky miners."
Horatio Beveridge of the Pacific Coast
Mining Company takes no stock in the
report, and has talked with a number of
mining men who think with him that
there must be some mistake in the ac
count; that there will be something more
to follow which will modify it.
"It is only just that the Government
should derive some revenue from the
mines," he said. "The talk of the United
States retaliating is all nonsense."
VILEST BOOKS
STILL ON SALE
John Alias Thomas Stanton,
Cle? k in Price's Store,
on Trial.
Witnesses Testify Positively to
the Purchase of an In
decent Publication,
The Defense Will Attempt to Prove
lhat It Is a Case of Conspiracy
and Blackmail.
John alias Thomas Stanton, a clerk'ih
the bookstore of Warren E. Price, 1203
Market street, appeared before Judge Low
yesterday to answer a charge of selling
obscene literature.
Stanton was arrested several days ago
by Policeman Coleman, who is attached
to the Pacific Coast Society for the Sup
pression of Vice, and Secretary Kane was
in court yesterday watching the case. The
defendant was represented by Attorney
Eugene Deuprey.
The witnesses for the prosecution were G.
T. Bostian, Richard G. Chisholra and
Ellis Ed warns, all employes of A. E.
Lucas, who has a private detective a.cency.
Bostian testified that on May £9 he went
to Price's store, accompanied by Cbisholm
and Edwards. He purchased from Stan
ton an indecent book for which he paid $3.
He asked first for another vile book, but
as Stanton wanted $15 for it he did not
purchase it.
Chishoim and Edwards both testified
that they were pressnt when Bostian pur
chased the booK and saw him pay Stanton
the $3 for it.
In cross-examining the witnesses Attor
ney Deuprey got them to admit that the
purchase was made on May 29, and yet it
was not till July 17 that Stanton was ar
rested. They admitted that they were
detailed by Lucas to purchase the book.
Deuprey also attempted to prove that
Lucas had attempted to blackmail Mrs.
Thomas, Price's mother, and Stanton
after the purchase of the book, and failing
caused Stanton's arrest, but Lucas, who
was put on the witness-stand for the de
fense, emphatically denied the charge.
He admitted instructing Bastian and the
other two to purchase the book, and in
answer to a question said he was a mem
ber of the American Projective Associa
tion.
The case was continued till tbis after
noon, when Attorney Deuprey will put in
his defense. The defense will show that
Mrs. Thomas, who carried on a penny
purchasing c!ub, was accused by a number
of girl subscribers of having swindled
them and that they, in a spirit of revenge,
employed Lucas to cause her arrest for
selling indecent books, It was the origi
nal intention to arrest Mrs. Thomas, but
as she did not make the sale, Stanton,
who acted in her place, was arrested and
prosecuted instead.
The defense win also attempt to prove
that Lucas, before securing Stanton's
arrest, atiemp ed to blackmail him out of
a large sum of money.
Warren E. Price, the owner of the store,
is serv ns a sentence of two years in San
Quentin for violating the United States
mail regulations by distributing obscene
books through the "mails.
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L Courtney, Sacramento M Hanson, Los Angeles
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THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1897.
SAN FRANCISCO «' CALL-"*
BUSINESS OFFICE of the Ran Francisco Ca_.i^
710 Market street, open until 12 o'clock every
night in tbe year.
BRANCH OFFICES— 527 Montgomery street,
corner Clay; open until 9:30 o'clock.
539 Hayes street, open until 9:30 o'clock.
615 Larkin street: open until 9:30 o'clock.
BW. corner Sixteenth and Mission streets; open
until 9 o'clock. lv-* 1 / - :
2518 Mission street-, open until 9 o'clock.
167 Ninth street; open until 9:30 o'clock.
If 05 Folk street; open until 9:30 o'clock. .
W. corner Twenty-second and Kentucky
streets; open till 9 o'clock.
NOTICE OF MEETINGS.
B__S=» CROCKETT DODGE NO. 139, F. m
-fr-*' and A. M.— Called meeting THIS £%
(WEDNESDAY) EVENING, at 7:3oVb2_
o'clock. Degree third. By order of the W. / N V r
M. H. FORTRIEDE. Secretary.
»^S= EXCELSIOR LODGE NO. 166. F. m
W^F and A. M Special meeting THIS MX
(WEDNESDAY) EVj-.N1.. , July 28, at"W_jf
7:30 o'clock. Second degree. /V'
THEO. E. SMITH, Secretary.
B_r7®= MISSION LODGE NO. 169 F. m
m*& and a. M. Called meeting .HIS £\
(WEDNESDAY) EVENING at 0"»_J?
o'clock. Third degree. By order of the/^r \
W. M. CD. BUNKER, Secretary.
|K35» THE REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING
Kr^ of the Pacific Coast Dredging and Reclama-
tion Compauy will be held at the oflice of the
company, 36 Steuart St.. San Francisco, Cat, on
lues-Jay, the 3d day of August. 1897, at 3
o'clock p. it , for the purpose of e.ecting a board ot
trustees to serve during the ensuing year and the
transaction of such other busin S- a* may come
before the meeting. M. J. MADisuN, sea
EJ^gf ANNUAL MEETING— THE REGULAR
HP-*"* unnual meeting of stockholders of the Haka-
lau Plantation Company will be he d at the oftire
of the company, 1.27 Market street, san 1 ra -> cisco,
Cal., on -SUNDAY, the 2d day of August, 1897, at
the our o- 11 o'clock a. it.. for the purpose of
electing a board of director- to serve f.*r the e.isu-
ln.year, and the transaction of such other busi-
ness as may come before the meeting. Transfer-
books will clo.e on Friday, July 30, at 3 o'clock
P.M. E. H. SII i-.i.DuN, Secretary.
W_sS=> THE REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING
_frj5 r of the stockholders of The Risdon Iron and
Locomotive Wonts will he he'd at the oilice Of the
company, southeast corner of Howard anil Beale
s. rests. ."-an Francisco, California, on MONDAY,
August 2, 1897. at 11 a. v., ior the purpose of
c ectini? a Board of Trustees to serve for the en-
suing year and the transaction of such other busi-
ness as may come beioro the meet;
L. It. MKAD. Secretary.
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EMPLOYMENT OFFICE— MRS. LAMBERT.
417 Powell st. (tel. Main 5332) furnishas bes:
heipot all nationalities. if__SK_i ' '
■VJEAT YOUNG GERMAN GIRL DESIRES
-Li sitnation at housework or as nurse: $10 to
*20; 6 years last placa MISS CULLEN, 3.3 Sut-
ler st
BY YOUNG GIRL, JUST FROM GERMANY,
JJ position with children: well educated; speaks
French; plays piano. Address or call BERTHA
PETER IT, 12 Redwood court, Howard sU,
above Sixteenth.
SITUATION WANTED AS WORKING
O honsekeeper in family of adults: good cook;
references: *20. MISS M, Y. W. C. A., 1221
O'Farrell st.
"VVTOMAN WIoHRS SITUATION; THOR-
*» oughly understands cooking and housework;
reference; wages $li. 924 Washington st., uear
Powell. :>;•->,
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yOUSd LADY recently FROM the
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AN EASTERN I.ADY OF EXPERIENCE
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or widower's home preferred. 223 Post, room 1.
YOUNG PARISIAN WIDOW WOULD LIKE
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distance in country. 122 Post, rooms lv and 11.
V» EAT YOUNG GIRL WISHES TO DO LIGHT
JLs housework; willing; obliging; sleep home;
Mission. A. it., Call, Sixteenth and Mi ion sts.
C COMPETENT WOMAN WISHES TO DO GEN-
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try. 110 sixth st.
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home preferred. Room 2, 120 Vis oeary st.
COOK, COMPETENT IN FRENCH AND GER-
man cooking and baklnir, wishes place In pri
vate family. Address 822 Larkin su
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r>ESPECTABLE WOMAN WANT- WORK AS
t cook in a restaurant; not afraid to work. 107
Eighth st.
yiiUSU GIRL TO ASSIST IN GENERAL
X housework and plain: cooking; wages $12 to
$15. Call, 3 days 621 V« Miuna st, upstairs.
GOOD DRESSMAKER WISHES A PEW
more engagements by theday. 179 Thirteenth
KESPECTABLE WOMAN WISHES SITUA-
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X for upstairs work or nursegirl; private family.
431 Pine st., room 7.
YOUNG WIDOW FROM EUROPE WISHES
sltua. ion as housekeeper for bache. or o.
widower. 117 Eddy St., room 1. _"
"VTOUNG EASTERN WIDOW WISHES
a. housekeeper's position; city or country. Apply
131 lourth st., room 3.
ITUATION WANTED BY COMPETENT
girl for general housework and cooking. Call
2821 Bush at. 4
TT'IRST-CLASS WAITRESS WANTS 6ITUA-
-1 tlou. 20. a Powell st., room 36.
ELIABLE YOUNG LADY WHO CA.* GIVE
references as bookkeeper, typewriter and
stenographer desires position. Address Position,
box 37, Call Oflice.
THOROUGHLY COMPETENT ENGLISH
girl wants nurse or lady's maki position;
wag»s $20. 449 Guerrero st
TIFFINED YoUNG '.ADY SPEAKING SEV-
AX eral languages wishes position as nursery gov-
erness or nurse for a few children. G. N., bjx 102.
Call. .",/..
yOUNG GI.iL JUST FROM THE EAST DE-
X sires to secure a lucrative housekeeper's place:
bachelor's or widower's home preferred. 821
Mission st, room 5.
i/;*i MISSION — BUBt-CEIPTION . . AND
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CIOMP TENT GIRL DESIRES A SITUA-
• tlun to take care of chil. and do sewing.
Call or aodress 272 Vi Clementina st., off Fourth.
TVTEAT YOUNG GIRL OF 16 WISHES A
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639 Second st.
ADY WITH A LITTLE BOY WISHES TO
find a place in a small family or to keep
house for a respectable gentleman; , good cook.
M. P., 1015 Clay st.
..Y WOMAN AS GOOD COOK AND LAUN.
*' dress to do general housework; city or coun-
try. 214 Fourth St., upstairs.
VOING GIRL WISHES SITUATION TO Do
X general housework: no objection to go sbort
distance in couniry; will sleep at home if required.
Call or address 109 Ferry st. • ' '''TBI _. ilfflnc
"YOUNG LADY' LATELY FROM THE EAST
X de lr* position as housekeeper; wldower'sor
bachelor's home. 126 Fourth, room 21, second floor.
IV" ANTED— SITUATION BY COMPETENT
" person; good cook; washing; do light house-
work; city or aer as the bay. 2124 Howard.
r\ ERMAN ' LA DV WISHES SITUATION AS
"X housekeeper in a German family. Address or
rail at 3222 Eighteenth st
XPERIENCED, FRENCH LADY WOULD
Tike a housekeeper's place; no objection to
country: will do plain sew inn. Boom 31, 1122
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/*! -LARKIN-BBANCH 'OFFICE OF THE
ulu CALL, subscriptions and want ads takea
SITUATIONS WANTE-. -Continue*.
SCOTCH WOMAN WANTS SITUATION FOR
0 general housework; private family or institu-
tion: good plain cook; city or country: local ref-
erences. Call 1014 Webster st. Oakland.
Cl p. LABKIN-BRANCH OFFICE of the
UIU CALL: tub.scr_r*;:oiu an • wan - , ad* taken.
YOUNG LADY STENOGR S PHI-R RESIDING
A with parents desires position; speaks German.
8., oox 131, Call office.
MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN DESIRES EM-
-l'l ployment doingchamberwork and plain wash-
ing. 203 a Powell sU, room 36.
YOUNG ATTRACTIVE WIDOYV FROM THE
A East would like a position as housekeeper ln
bachelor's home. Apply 120 a Eddy St., room 2.
A MARKET ST.— BRANCH OFFICE OF AHK
J Cau.; want ads and subscriptions taken.
OUNG GERMAN GIRL OF EXPERIENCE
A would like a housekeeper's place: city or coun-
try or will do plain mending. 2,7 Post, room 8.
Y^CNii LADY FRO '1 THE COUNTRY
A wishes position In bachelor's or widower's
home. 36Vj Geary it., room 15. ,
ATOUNG GIRL (GERMAN) WOULD LIKE TO
A secure a permanent housekeeper's place; no
objection tv short distance in country. Room 11,
223 Post st. -; ..
TOUNG SOUTHERN LADY WISHES Posi-
tion as housekeeper for widower or bachelor:
city or country. Call 234 O'Farrell St., rooms 4-5.
"VTOUNG WIDOW WISHES POSITION AS
A housekeeper in bachelor's or widower's home.
106 Fourth si., room 2.
v r ouno WOMAN Wishes SITUATION in
A a good family as chambermaid or to take care
of children. 1328 Pacitic su, bet Leavenworth
and Hyde. •
/■»] C LARKIN— BRANCH OFFICE OF THB
UJ U (ALL Subscriptions and want ads taken.
SITUATIONS WANTED STALE.
CHINESE A JAPANESE; EST'D 20 YEARS:
V.'belp;tel.main 1997. BRADLEY '&C.„. O4O Clay
HUNTER & CO.. CHINESE AND JAPANESE
I » emp. office, 614 i /a California St., let main 231.
JAPANESE EMPLOYMENT BUxiEAU, 709
tiearysu Tel. Sutler 2125.
CHINESE AND JAPANESE EMPLOYMENT
\J oflice; best help. 414 O'FarrelL Tel E. 426.
ANTED- A SITUATION BY A BE Li-
ft able woman; is a good cook; will do light
housework and plain washing: city or country;
best of references if required; will work or mod-
erate wages. 10 Stockton place, off tockton sL,
bet. Post and Sutter.
VyANTED-BY' YOUNG MAN OF 23, GOOD
"t appearance, situatlou as night clerk or watch-
man in hotel or large lodging-house; best of city
references. Address R. 8., box 36, Call Office.
WANTED— SITUATION BY SOBER AND
tt industrious engineer; long experience in run-
ning electric machinery, small salary. B. A., box
I4u, Call. -L.V- -.
ATOUNG MAN (MARRIED) WISHES POSI-
A tion on bread or with cakes. Address G. C M.,
box 33, Call Office.
BOOKKEEPER; EXPERIENCED: REFER-
ences given. Address J. B. box 143, Call.
ITUATION OF ANY" KIND WANT BY A
O young man; good references, fc. W., b.x 126,
Call Office.
MINER BLACKSMITH WANTS POSITION;
good workman- CC, box 129, Call.
JAPANESE (FIRST-CLASS COOK) WANTS
j situation in Dig family iv the country. T. M.,
box 34, CaiL
HOTEL CLERK FROM THE STATE OF
Maine (just arrived) would like a position.
Address Clerk, 1630 Union St., Oakland.
OUNG MAN WOULD LIKE A SITUATION
A as porter In a dry-goods house; best references.
Address G. 8., box 5, CalL
ATOUNG MAN, 19 YEARS OF AGE, WOULD
A like a position; 3 years in last place. Address
G., box 22, Call.
l'l ' LARKIN — BRANCH OFFICE OF THE
UAU CALL Subscriptions and want ads taken.
Situation Wanted by' steady sober
0 industr ous you g man; understands care of
horses and garden; willing to perform any other
kind work; good references. Address 266 Minna.
MAN AND WOMAN WANT WORK; MAN AS
ii first-class cook and meat-cutter, woman as
secoud cook. 107 Eighth st.
\\ AN AND WIFE WOULD DIKE PLACE ON
ill ranch; wife good cook: man handy with toola
G. B. M., box 33, Call office.
ANTED— STEADY' SITUATION BY SOBER
tt and Industrious printer; small salary. G. fi.,
box 100, CalL
'OUNG UNMARRIED MEM HER MASONIC
A lodge; good reputation; would like work around
private place; is hanny with tools and can handle
horses: city or country; wages no object; good
home wanted. G. M. G., box 82, Call Office.
WANTED-SITUATION BY MAN, AGED 32,
m as bookkeeper, cashier, correspondent or posi-
tion of trust; has had experience and can furnish
references. Address X., box 65, Call Office.
ATOUNG DANISH MAN WANTS SITUATION
A In private family; take care of cows, horses
and garden; good references. Address P. LUND,
403 Seventh St., Oakland.
1 ('.7 NINTH ST.— BRANCH OFFICK OF
lUI 'iiu cau..- subscription sua want ada
taken.
WINCHESTER HOUSE, 44 THIRD ST., NX.
it Market: 200 rooms. 25c to Sl 50 pernight;
Si 60 to $6 per week; convenient and respectable;
free bus and baggage to and irom the terry.
A WEEK'S NEWS FOR 5 CENTS — TH*
. WEEKLY CALL. in wraoper. for mailing.
FEMALE HELP WANTED.
CHAMBERMAID FOR CITY HOTEL. $17,
call early; girl for housework in American
family, $25, 2 cooks for boarding-house, near
city, $20; cook, boarding-home, city, $30: wai-
tress, country; 4 rooks, German style, $25; 20
Kir:, housework, $15 and $20; girl for Mill Valley,
(20, call early; 3 girls, housework, sleep home,
$15. C. K. HANSEN A CO., 108 Geary st.
IRONER FOR COUNTRY, sTEAM AAUNDRY'
$30 and board, steady work all year; experi-
enced all-around cook tor country hotel, $40. C.
R. HANSEN A CO., 108 Geaiy su
GOOD STRONG IRISH GIRL FOR HOUSE-
U work in the country; see party here; call early;
$25. C. R. HANSEN dt CO., 108 Geary.
HOTEL HOUSEKEEPER FOR FIRST-CLASS
hole.; <nly those who have had experience in
such hot* Is and can furnish the best of references
need apply. C. B. HANSEN A CO., 108 Geary. -
GIKL— DEVISADERO ST. $20
Girl— l'.artlef. st 20
Girl— Thirteenth st 20
Girl— Walnu. st 20
oirl— Guerrero 5t....... 20
Girl— Sixth si 20
Girl— Alameda. 20
Girl-Clay st 20
Girl— Scott st 20
oirl— Broderick st 20
Girl— Bush st ».'. 2J
♦ilrl— O'Farrell st 20
MARTIN A CO., 749 Market sU
G1 IRL, O'FARRELL ST... $15
. Girl, Point Reyes 16
Girl, Vallejo. Cal 15
Girl, Vacaville, CaL 15
Girl, Bush st 15
Girl, Castro su... . 15
MARTIN A CO., t 749 Market St.
pOOD ARM WAITRESS, STOCKTON, $20
"J and room; waiiress, city, no Sunday work,
$3 a week: waitiess, country, $16 a month: ex-
petienced arm and check waitress city, $5 week:
good check waitress, Oakland, $-0 month; wait-
ress, city, $16 month and room: dining-room girl,
$15 month. MaRTIN <fc CO.. 749 Market st.
pOOD IRONER, COUNTRY, $15 TO $25 PER
IJ month ana board: 2 Doners, country, $1 to
$1 25 per day. MARTIN A CO, 749 Market st.
UASTRY-COOK TO GO NORTH, FARE PAID.
A $35 a mouth and room. MARTIN A CO., 749
Market st.
HOUSEKEEPER, COUNTRY, $25. MARTIN
&CO., 749 Martetst. 7 ,
Z. LADY BARBERS, STEADY WORK, GOOD
U pay. Mai. TIN CO., 749 Market St.
COOK AND HELPER, COUNTRY, $40. MAR-
> , TIN & CO , 749 Maritet st.
COOK, CITY, $30. MARTIN A CO.; 749 MAR-
ketsu
pOOK AND HELPER, CITY, $12 TO $13 A
\J week. MARTIN dt CO., 749 Market st. . y;y
CIOOK, COUNTRY, $25 A MONTH AND
\J room. MARTIN A Co.. 749 Market su'
p IRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK, RED.
*' wood City, $'_0, see party here; waitresses,
country hoteis $18 and $20; ranch cooks ani
hous.work girls, $20. MURRAY' A READY,
Leading Employment Agents, 634-636 Clay st.
GIRL FoR HOUSEWORK, AMKRICAN FAM-
Hy. city, $15. 'MURRAY A READY, 634-636
Clay at. ... ...
/GERMAN OR ENGLISH- NURSE, $25;
.*' French second girl, $20; 6 cooks, German
strle, 1.25 and $30; Protestant laundress, $25:
German or » andinavian girl, cooking and house-
work, a short distance, $25, see iady here: ranch
cock, $20; coos, small bearding house. $20; 3
waitresses, restaurants, $5 , a week, and a Targe
n umber of girls for all kinds of work iv city and
country. J. V. CROSETT A C 0. ,.816 -utter st.
GERMAN COOK, $26: DRESS, $20; 6
German and Swedish housegirls $20 and $-5;
chambermaid, $10; girls to . assist, $10 and $15.
315 Sutterst. •
WILD PANTSMAKER WHO FORMERLY
if worked for GENSLER cail at 776 Market.
;- ' •
HELP WANTED— Continued.
1 O HOUSEWORI. GIRLS, CITY' AND COUN-
J __i try, $20 and $25; 10 young girls assist, $10
to $15. MISS CULLEN, 323 Sutter St.
GERMAN CHAMBERMAID, $15; PRIVATE
I family. MISS CULLEN, 323 Sutter st.
KTBaT HOUSEWORK GIRL, $30. MISS CUL-
Is LEN, .23 -utter su ■ ■■ -
IRL FOR PLAIN IRONING, $20; SLEEP
v home. MISS CULLEN, 323 .-utter st.
NEAT IRISH GIRL: COUNTRY; $20. MISS
CULLEN, 323 Sutter st : "■■ ■
COOK. $35: GERMAN OR FRENCH OR
Scandinavian. MISS CULLEN, 323 Sutter.
LAUNDRESS, $25. MISS CULLEN, 323
Sutter st.
SECOND GIRL, COUNTRY', $25: SECOND
girl, city, $25. MISS CULLEN, 323 Sutter St.
FRENCH SECOND GIRL, $20. MISS CUL-
LEN, 323 Sutter
COOK, RANCH, $20. MISS CULLEN, 323
Suiter st.
REFINED HOUSEKEEPER. GENTLEMAN'S
family. MISS CULLEN, 1.23 cutter St.
WAITRESS, SPRINGS, $20. MISS CULLEN,
323 Sutter st.
JEWISH GERMAN COOK, $20: GOOD
place. MISS CULLEN. 323 Sutter st.
Wanted — 6 german and french
™ cooks, $35, $30 and $25; German or French
waitress and parlormaid, $25: French second
aud seamstress, $.0: French waitress for restau-
rant. $20 and room; :;irls for housework and a -
slst. $20, $15 and $10. LEON ANDRE, 308
Stockton su ys__Wt
GIRLS OF ALL NATIONALITIES To FILL,
various positions. MRS. LAMBERT, 417
Powell st,
2 GERMAN GIRLS, .25: 1 GERMAN COOK,
<£ $26, $30. M..S. LAM BERT, 417 Powell.
AT ONCE! SALESLADIi-S! ONE I-IRST-
cl ass 1 muslin unoerwear, and one iij hosiery;
Oakland certificate holders lake special notice
and ai*p va. once. U. S. Industrial Agency, 165
Crocke* building.
■yOUNG GIRL FOR CHAMBERYVORK:
A wages $18; also nurs girl, $10. 7-1 Ellis St.
MEAT Gl' L TO ASSIST IN GENERAL
As housework. 222 Van Ness aye.: wages $10.
GERMAN GIRL FOR LIGHT HOUtEWORK.
\J 451 Guerrero su
G ERMAN GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK; $16.
1803 Devisadero St., cor. of Bus**.
SMALL GIRL TO MIND 2 CHILDREN DUR-
ing ih« day. 2-0 Langton su
GIRL FO-v LIGHT GENERAL HOUSEYVORK
1 short distance In country. 16 Hill su, 10 to 3.
GIRL TO LEARN PANTS-OPERATING.
206 Minna St., corner Third.
WANTED— A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE-
tt work. 1116 Broderick St.
FIRST-CLASS PANTS-MAKER, WilO CAN
operate and finish; steady. 776 Market st.
APPRENTICE TO LEARN DRESSMAKING
at 321 Bartlett St., bet. 24th ana 25th.
/-I C LARKIN— BRANCH OFFICE OF THK
UAU Caul; subscriptions and warn ads. taken.
TirANTED-500 WOMEN AND GIRLS TO
tf work on fruit. Apply immediately at Cali-
fornia Canneries Compauy, Brannan su, between
Third apd Fourth.
APPRENTICE; FINE CUSTOM COaTS:
-fV. paid by learning. 335 Sixth st.
YOUNG GIRL *14 TO 16 TO ASSIST IN
housework. 11 Sixth St., upstairs.
ANTED— YOUNG GIRL TO TAKE CARE
ft of baby and assist in housework. 221 1 .-utter.
WANTED— DAD OFNEAT APPEARANCE;
ft salary $1 per day; apply at once. Address
ANNA G. SMITH, Windsor Hotel.
4 MARKET ST.— BRANCH OFFICE OF IHK
(all: want ads and subscriptions taken.
G1 ERMAN GIRL; GENERAL HOUSEWORK;
r plain cooking: $'-".. 933 Haight st.
ANTED— FIRST-CLASS GERMAN COOK;
tf references required. .Apply 2202 California.
OPERATORS AND FINISHERS ON CUSTOM
coats. 106 Battery st.
/_•] C LAKKIN— BRANCH OFFICE OF THE
UAU CALL Subscriptions and want ads taken
T EARN DRESSMAKING AND MILLINERY
J-* at the only school receiving the gold medal:
patterns to order 25c. McDO WELL'S, "103 Post St.
SF. DRESS-CUTTING SCHOOL— FRENCH
. tailoring taught; $1 week. 916 Market, r. 19.
lK»lf» MISSION — SUBSCRIPTION** A--.U
_ U_-,U want ads taken tor Thh Calu
OPERATORS ON OVERALLS. LEVI
STRAUSS A CO., 321/ i Fremont st.
THE LAWRENCE METHOD OF ORESSCUT-
ting is the only one by which you can complete
a peifect garment without trying on. 1079 Markeu
\ I OUT CONVENIENT AND RESFECTABLE;
.♦». Winchester House, 44 Third st, near Market.
-.U» rooms; 2&c to $1 6) per night; $1 60 to si
per week- ire« 'cm and i.arm," to and irom terr/.
HALE HELP WANTED.
ANTED TO-DAY'— 35O LABORERS, ROCK-
tt men, teamsters and mason's helpers, for a
new railroad; $1 75 and $2 a day: long job: free
fare. C. R. HANSEN <fc CO., 108 Geary St.
ARE ADVANCED FOR 60 RAILROAD LA-
i borers, nortn. CB. HANSEN A CO., 108
Geary St.
AFTER, (LEAN-SHAVED, $35: YOUNG
man to wait at table, $25: dishwasher, coun-
try, $15: second cook, country reuaunint, $40;
night cook, $20. C. _-. HANSEN A CO., 108
Geary st.
HEAD AND SECOND COOK, COUNTRY. $50
and $25. C. R. HANSEN <fc CO., 108 Geary.
SCANDINAVIAN OR GERMAN MAN AND
wife, country, $40: man to do gardening and
care for horses, and wife to cook. C. it. HAN SEN
A CO., 108 Geary st.
I .1 LABORING MEN FOR A BRICKYARD,
i - $20 and found. CR. HANSEN A Co., 108
(.. ary su
EXPERIENCED ROi'MCLERK.WITH FlRST-
class references, for a large hotel. C. R. HAN-
sen A CO., 108 Geary st.
T, XTKRIENCED SOLICITOR. C. R. HA_\-
ILi SEN & CO., 108 Geary su
SECOND COOK. HOTEL, $65: BAKER AND
pastry-cook, hotel, $60. C. R. HANSEN A
CO., 108 Geary st.
npo-DAY — — ; — : — TO-DAY
435 MEN WANTED ■ :
For different positions— 6o laborers and teamsters,
city Jobs, $1 75 day, T 60 day, $1 60 day and $26
per mouth and tound; 15 laborers for a manufact-
uring company, steady job, $20 snd round: hoe-
down, $1 60 day a.d found: SO farmers, orcha'd
and vineyard hands, different olaces, $26, $25 and
$1.0; 80 redwood-tie maker B>' eich; 10 sailors
to work on a ranch, no experience requited; 10
men, fare paid, for laborers, teamsters, shovelers.
wheelbarrow men, wages paid weekly. MURRAY
A READY, 634 and 6-6 Clay st. / .
(*t\ MORE WOODCHOPPER., DIFFERENT
t>'' places; men and wives, with or without
children, for a sawmill company, see boss here; 5
men to work in a large yard, $20 and found: 10
men to work In Santa Clara Co , $20 and found; 3
thoieboys, $10 and $15. MURRAY A READY,
Leading Employment Agents, 634 and 636 Clay.
ABE PAID! FARE PAID! FOR 15 MORE
laborers to work in sawmills and wocd, .call
early to-day, wages paid monthly in U. S. gold
coin. $26 • and $20 per month and found; 10
shingle-bolt makers, $1 26 cord. MURRAY A
READY, Leading Employment Agents. 634 and
6 6 Clay st.
/•COOKS. $30, $40 AND $50; 3 WAITERS,
U $30 and $35: 2 waiter-boys, $20; 3 wash-
ers, $15 and *20; dry-goods cleric, $40. MUR-
KA V A- READY, Leading Emp.oymeut Agents,
634 and 634 Clay St. !|gggggg|§gg[g
WANTED— AMERICAN MILKER FOR
smalt dairy, $20 and found; 2 teamsters for
country, $1 a day and board, blacksmith-helper;
2 miners, $40 and found; blacksmith and wife,
$45, see party here this morning; floorman, $2 50
day; 3 hay-balers; 20 laborers for kyard. $20
and found; laborers, for cltr, $1 75 a day and $35
and found: woodchoppers, 80 cents to $116 cord;
German boy for grocery, and others. Apply to
J. F. CROSETT A CO. 628 Sacramento su
WANTED— HOTEL COOK, NEAR CITY, $35:
tt 2 restaurant cooks, country. $10 week and
$35 a month; baker, for institution, $40: jecond
cook, $35. and third cook, $25; second cook I and
broi.er, 45: hotel waiters, $25, and others. Ap-
ply to J. F. CROSEI A CO., 628 Sacramento st.
WANTED— COOK FOR BESTAURANT, $14
ft week; French" cook, $40; waiter, small: res-
taurant, $7 week; waiter,' plain place, $6 .week;
waiter, hotel, $25; young | man to leant waiting,
country. $20 and found; dishwashers, $15 to $25,
eta ANDRE'S, 3v.8 Stockton st.
WASTED- BUTLER,S4O; UNDER
tf butler, yon man, country, $20; assistant
gardener, country, $15 and found; man about
place, $20; Japanese boy, ;or second work, coun-
try, $20, etc.: ANDRE'S. 308 Stockton st. . ...
L*IRHT- CLASS CLOAK FITTER AND SALES-
JD man: land certificate holders take special
notice and apply at ouce. U. ... Industrial Agency,
165 Crocker building. -„
fl Gt-OD RELIABLE MEN. CALL BETWEEN
__, 5 and 6p.h. at 22 Post su . .-
HELP WANTED— Contfnn**..
COOK AND HELPER, SMALL HOTEL, $40
and room; cook, $9 a week ; cook, $12 a week ;
3 cooks. $10 a week, and room, country: broiler,
$65 ; second cook, small place, $6 a week ; cook to
go south. $10 a weak and room; cook. $14 a week.
MARTIN <fc CO., 749 Market st.
YOUNG MAN FOR STORE WORK. $15,
J- room, board, etc.; errand-boy, $10, room,
board, etc.; restaurant porter. $15; restaurant
porter, $20; young man to wore around small
hotel, $10. room, eta MARTIN A CO., 749 Mar-
ket st. ' „
OOK, CITY, $35 AND ROOM: COOK, CITY,
$30 and room; cock, country, $36 and room;
cook, country, $30 and room. MARTIN 4 CO.,
749 Market st. ; -
WAITER, OAKLAND, CAL., $16 AND
»» room; 4 waiters, city, $20 and room: 3 wait-
ers $25 and room; waiter, small hotel, who can
make salads. MARTIN A CO., 749 Market st.
ITK TO 300 LABORERS AND TEAMSTERS;
. 0 steady work. MARTIN A CO., 749 Markeu
DISHWASHER, $4 50 A WEEK; 2 DlSH-
wvsh-rs, $15 and room; dishwasher. $6 wek;
dishwasher, $20 and room. MARTIN A CO., 749
Market St. _____!
COOK TO GO SOUTH, $90 PER MONTH.
MARTIN A CO., 749 Market sU
PIANO-PLAYER, $8 WEEK. ROOM, BOARD,
1 eta; call early. MARTIN A CO., 749 Markeu
COOK AND HELPER, INSTITUTION, $75
and room. MARTIN A C 0.,1749 Mar get Bt
SECOND, $50 AND ROOM. RESORT HOTEL.
MARTIN A CO., 749 Market sU
QI'ARTZ MINER; SEE PARTY HERE.
MARTIN A CO., 749 Market su
COOK:- RESORT HOTEL: $45 AND ROOM.
I MARTIN A CO., 749 Market su
COOK: RESORT HOTEL; ?60 AND ROOM.
MARTIN A CO., 749 Market su ; -..
SECOND COOK, CITY, $40 AND ROOM.
MARTIN <fc CO, 749 Market sU
SINGLE MAN WANTED BY A BUSINESS
O house south; must be able to drive; steady
situation; good wa^es; small bond required.
W. W., box 121, Call Office.
ANTED- YOUNG MAN TO ASSIST AND
make himself useful in store; must be satisfied
with »12 per week to start and have $66. 1032
Market St., room 4.
rIOUPLE O! PAINTERS AND TIN I EBS
V_/' wanted. 850 Capp su, corner Twenty-fourth.
TV" ANTED-GOOD BARBER TO TAKE SHOP
»» just vacated; good business. 1738 Markeu
WANTED-UOOD PRESSMAN ON PANTS.
258 Jessie sU
— i— . :
/ i ERMAN WHO HAS WORKED IN SALOONS
\J In San Francisca 64 First su
ONE OR TWO BARBERs FOR WEDNESDAY
afternoon, Saturday and Sunday. 908 Howard.
DISHWASHER FOR RESTAURANT. 916
Howard st.
BARBERS' UNION EMPLOYMENT BUREAU
removed to 5 Fourth sU I. LESS, Secretary.
BARBERS' ASSOCIATION FREE EMPLOY-
ment Office. S. FUCHS. Secy, 325 Grant ava
\\T AN T E D— MEN TO LEARN BARBER
f> trade; shops, toola positions furnished: 8
weeks required. S. F. Barber College, 138y Eighth,
IF YOU WAN l TO MAKE A FEW HUNDRED
X quick on $25, call at 71 Fourth su
ARBERSHOPIN GOOD COUNTRY TOWN
J for saia . Apply 1229, Golden Gate ava
Ij>lNE MEN'S CALF SHOES, $1 76: TO OR-
T der, $2 60; half-soling, 25c up. 969 Howard.
ARBKR'S 3-CHAIR SHOP FOR SALE ON
i ' account of leaving city. 307 Sixth sU
BANCH OFFICE OF THECAL-* 167 NINTH
AJ to. — Want ads and subscriptions taken.
I£*fJ NINTH ol'. —BRANCH OFFICE OP
JU I _ _u« cai--.; subac-lpuou ana want ada
taken.
CLEARING SALE— FINE ASSORTMENT OF
boots and sbo-s to be sacrificed at actual cost
prices. 767 Market St., opp. Will <fe Flnck.
RECRUITS ANTED FOR THE UNITED
States marine corps, United States Davy;
able-bodied, unmarried men, between the ages of
21 and 30 years, who are citizensof the United
States, or those who have legally declared their
intention to become such; must be of good char-
acter and habits and able to speak, read and write
Engiish, and be between 5 feet 6 inches and 6 feet
In height For further information apply at the
recruiting office, 20 Ellis St., san Francisco, Cal.
RY ACME HOUSE, 957 MARKETST., BE-
low Sixth, for a room; 25c a night: Sl a week.
BANCH OFFICE OFTHE CALL 167 NINTH
su; want ads and subscriptions taken.
VfEW WALDO LODGING-HOUSE, 765 MI»
Is sion su, bei. 3fl and 4ih— Single room- per night,
10cto5uc; per week, 70c to $2: clean.quiet; spe-
cial attention to morning calls; open all nighu
LADIES' SHOES, SOLING. 35c: MEN'S
shoes, soling, 60c: all repairing done at half
the usual price. 562 Mission su, beu Ist and 2d.
\y INCHESTER HOUSE, 44 THIRD ST., NR.
" Market: 300 rooma 25c a night;' reading-
room; free 'bus and baggage to and from the ferry.
IV ANTED— GET YOUR SHOES MADE TO
" M your fset at the same I rice you bu • ready-
made ones, from $1, S3, $4 and $5, at 662 Mis-
sion su, Detween First and Second sta
ifx simon Wants ioo men to get bottle
IL beer or wine sc; best free lunch. 643 Clay.
IV ANTED, TOCOLLECT WAGES DUE LABOR-
" ers*tclerks KNOX Collection Agcy, llOsutter.
ROOMS, 150 TO 750 PER NIGHT; SIX) lv al 6U
IV per week. Oriental, 225 Drumm St.
WANTED— LABORER.. AND MECHANICS
" to know that Ed Rolkin, Reno House proprie-
tor, still runs Denver Honsa 217 Third SU: lail
large rooms: 26c per night: $1 io $3 per week.
AGENTS WANTED.
LADY AGENTS WANTED IN CITY AND
-lj country for a new patent article In universal
demand. Apply for particulars to C. G., box 84,
this office.
CANVASSERS wanted TO sell THE
Apollo light; best on markeu 129 Ellis St.
AGENTS— BAKER'S NEW COMBINATION
enameled sign or universal signboard; will
have a tremendous sale: nothing like lt; secure
sample and territory at ouce. BAKER En. and
Mfg. Co., 409 sanchez st., San Francisca
FLATS WANTED.
W ANTED — BT FAMILY OF ADULTS. COM-
¥? pl*t-ly furni.lied 6-room flat; must be cheap.
Address Flat, box 51, Cell Office.
I
WANTED-MISCELLANEOUS.
OLD GOLD AND SILVER BOUGHT. W.
MUND, watchmaker and jeweler, 226 Ellis SU
OOKS OF ALL KINDS BOUGHT. HOLMES
Rook Company, 704 Mission st.
?A W BROKE OLD GOLD, SILVER, CAST-
off clo hing bought. Add. COLEMAN. 41 Third.
LODGING-HOUSES FOR SALE.
oH7(\r_ LODGING-HOUSE OF 14 ROOMS-
tip I \J\J. all full. M. LESS, 5 Fourth su
on-K(iOM COR HOUSE, CLEARS $100.. 52200
_»U 10-room corner house, one floor 250
'22-room house, clears $100 .-.. 1200
24-room house, owner going to Alaska .'..".. 375
60-room hotel and bar, rent $75 ...... ..".*."!!! 900
32-room corner, only !!"*" 800
14-room house on Eddy st.. !!!!!! 350
13-room house on Fourthst *•*-"-"--. 600
Other bargains. H. C. DECKER, 1020 Market su
T UNDERWOOD'S, 765 -MARKET ST., a F.
23 rooms, near Market, ne:s $100 . $ 850
62 rooma north of Market, paying finely.!".. 1650
IfxOß ;SALE.— 10-ROOM HOUSE: NICK
X 1 rooms; all rented. Call beu 10 and 4 p. n. 141
Hyde su ""
ffl* 19.'- CHEAP; 8 ROOMS; ALL FULL;
<P-I— U. steady roomer*. 242 Sixth sU
SUBSCRIPTION* AND WANT ADs FORTHE
Call taken at brancn bffica biik Hayes su:
open until V:3O o'clocic
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.FURNITURE FOR FALE.
HOUr-EHULD ranges are the best
JOHN .-• >! i-: 1 , ■:■, CO.. 947 Market sl
EUKNITUKE WANTED
FURNITURE, STOVES CARPETS. COUN-
A tera showcases ANDKBBON, 1121 Markeu
TVTEW STORE; NEEDS FURNITURE; BEsT
A.l prices MLVERaTIEN, 1223 Market; postaL
INDIANA AICiION CO. REMOVED TO 19
Montgomery st.; highest prices pa.d.
BEST PRICES FOR FURNITURE. MDSE,
etc. 'STREETA CRESWELL Auctioneer* 7 2l
Howard reee:. :.**„pi buni;h; ;n ihe.reiuireiy.
BUSINESS CHANCES.
"K^fifi BAK f:Y IN LIVELY CITY,
tjpu vw. about 50 miles north of san Francisco;
selling on accouut of other business. Apply call.
• SALOON GIVEN' AWAY FOR LITTLE
O money at 1306 Mission su : --._ : , v ; -
PORTLAND AGENCY - PHIS PAPER. IN-
quire this office or at 133 Third su, Portland,
OreioaJHHnMwnMwnK.
BUSINESS CHANCES. ' -s
1 <Jt9fin CIGAR -STORE ON PRI Nc: P A L* /
; «]]5Z/UU. street -north of Market, near Market'-
, well stocked: paving well; good reasons for sell*':. '•
. Ing. M. LESS 6 Fourtn sU yy;..-
.hi 7 P. SUNDRY ROUTE; Has GOOD' ■■'. '-.
. tjp 1 10. steady paying lot of cui:omers- K ob'd '' "•
horse and wagon, best class 01 trade, ii 'LESS. A-'
Fourthst t : - "7 yf--
i ©I -)P. SALOON-ONE OF THE BEST lib'
. «JPIZU. cations in the city: feu- door? from - :
Market: well wor. h $400: fine fixtures and Weil ; '
. stocked: rent only $20; must be sold at on. _ -Sr':-'
, LESS, 5 Fourth st, : fT.--r .'.
! ftßfifi FIXE SALOON BUSINESS IN LI.YE->
tiruc/l'. iieai neighborhood, one block. 'fro--. - :
Chronicle building: magnificently fitted op; lafse : '-
-> place: is dolm; an excellent paying trade! which '■"<- ?
will be proved: fnl investi-ntion allowed- this ; '
1 place is worth to any one fully $1500. but .'is of- ''.■'
fered so cheap as the owner will leave'itre'ctty ■'■'■
■ soon. M. LEss, 6 Fourth su . . -.•>".'•
OOnflft HALF INTEREST IN one ■ of. •
tjpOUUVf. the best-paying hotels of its kind in':-
the city: 80 rooms; well furnished; house always.
filled with good, steady, paying patrons: tine lajga- .-.
bar, billiard and aining rooms, parlors, etc.': reftt •:-.
exceptlonaly iaw; owner will furnish best Of :rei- '•">
1 erences. M LEss, 5 Fourth su •' •
' ©I £\C. BRANCH BAKERY, NOTION AND ''
*S)A*J\J. cigarstore, 1 block from Market 5-.
nice living-rooms; rent low: good placa JVLLESS* •'
6 Fourth su .... -. -i
atl9(ifi CORNER GROCERY AND .BAR: ' :
. «ip A-Ui i\j. in fi,,,. location and rloinca£;ood pay.- i\'
Ing business: has been established for 35 veirs; '•:
owner anxious to sell on account of a death- in the. : '
family. Call M. LESS, 5 Fourth st. '.!-.'""
$1 7F; BRANCH BAKERY AND DELI-!,
«JP I lU. "C -store; best location In the. Mis' •"•
ston: 3 nice living-rooms: rent only $12; value in
signt. M. LESS, 5 Fourth su
.Ji^fi Rl -»TAURANT; GOOD LOCATION; .
xßiaayj. magnificently furnished throughout-: '
rent low; doing a flue paying business: wel -estab- '
lished trade; rare chance. M. LEss, 5 Fourth su '
■^lOOi) CORNER GROCERY, BAR. AND •
«J) i UU*'. small boarding-noine: best possible- '
location: sells 10 barrels beer per week; fine whis-
ky trade: rent reasonable; long le:*«e larire cellar •
yard, etc.: present owner there 14 years: easily '
worth' double amount asked; offeied so cheap on "•'
accouut of death. M. LESS, 6 Fourth su
0» 1 1 f\C\ STRAIGHT 10 CENT* BAR; •
ijp I J UU. average receipts .?35 per day;
old money-making place: choicest location; death
calls owner at once to England. Particulars '
WILKE. 783 Market St.
©'(in CORNER SALOON WITH LIVING. •
tJP»_)UU. rooms; rent $30: only a few blocks •
from Market street; surrounded by planini;-mll:»
and box factories. WILKE, 783 Market St. . .
HOUSE OF 45 ROOMS WITH BAR. WHOLE
sale district: room, always occupied; must' '•"
sell at once, account of death; reasonable; price,
only $800. WILKE, 788 Markeu
, ';
-Stlfi^fi RESTAURANT AND CHOP-
(jplUilu. house, oppos te Oakland ferries; 1
money-making place; investigate at once; good -
business offer. WILKE, 783 Maraeu
<££_.._• OLD-ESTA BLUSHED SALOON IN '
iTOUI/, South San irancisco doin* a rushing; •''
business: cream 01 trade; wholesale, retail butch-
ers and cattlemen: clearing above $100 per month..'
Particulars WILKE, 7_3 Market sU
_. •
ffil CAfl READING OROCERY, WITHOUT ' ,
*Ipi OUU. bap, on lively business street; hor.su .
and wagon; large stock of goods; doing a large -•"■'
cash trade: owner going Easu Apply WILKK,".-'r-
-783 Market st. _______•' '"'
»lfinn TO BAKERS: COUNTRY BAK- .-
t_s i-UUU. cry; short distance from city: lively ■■
town of 2000; fine brick oven: living-rooms;, .'-
-counter sales $25 a day: rent $25; lease: 3 fur- • -
nished rooms BASILE <t CO., 873^i Market it.:'. '■
ffljOfkA SALOON AND 17 ' furnished ■
jJpOUU. rooms; wholesale district; old fstab- .
lished; owner here 2 years; fine opportunity to se- - .
cure bargain. STENRERG A CO.. 632 Market st. ; '.
"VrOTICE-GUS STRAND, 1032 MARKET 81.,' .
i.l will sell your business quick for cash.
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Ct9!-.A DINING PARLi'R; CLEARS $75 A '.
«ID__.tJU.month:freerenU STRAND.IO32 Market ...
at»;fifi BUTCHER-SHOP: FREE RENT: •'.
«Ir — UU. good horse and wagon: must be soli "
this week. WINSTON <fc CO., 646 Market st.
ffl.*). RESTAURANT FINELY FITTED..;
iifrfJ—O. up: 8 well-furnished rooms; doing good '
busine?a U. C. DECKER, 1020 Market sU
AT UNDERWOOD'S, 765 MARKET ST., S. F. ; ...
x\. well-.ocated profitable saloon, sacrifice, $200; ' ,
Market-sU cigar-stand, rent $20. $250.
CjQKfV PARTNER WANTED IN LIGHT ' '"'•
<pOUU. business that will pay $18 to $25 each -.
a week; trial given before buying; no previous ex-.. ■
perience necessary. 410 Kearny st., room 4.
TTERY BEST RKSULTS OBTAINED BY-'.
T placing your lodging-nouses, saloons, candy-
stores, etc.. with Stree. A Cresswell, 731 Howard.-
A LASKA! YUKON KLONDYKE I • '
jt\. A chance to make a fortune for a few dollars: ■■ .
a company of wel. -known gentlemen are forming-' •
a corporation to be known as the "ALASK \ EN-
TERPRISE MINING COMPANY" for the pur- -.
pose of grub-staking an l sending out several par- '
ties of prospeitors and miners to the Yukon ana '
Kiondyke districts on the halves; men and '
women can Invest from $10 upward aod share id',
the gams: only a limited number accepted. Apply .'
at once, 632 Market at., room 33. . •-' .
WANTED— RELIABLE MAN WITH $1000 -
"1 to represent an Eastern factory manufactur- . •'
Ing new specialty sold to stores and families: busi. -
ness will pay from $yOi'o to $3000 yearly: only' ';
those with Al references and ill- capi'al need ap- -
ply; tall after 2p. sr. E. SHAW, Russ House. ; •;
It** 1 ... PARTNER IN A RESTAURANT: :
ip~ ijxJ. fine opportunity' for a good man not .'
afraid of work; this is a good chance. Apply :■•■•'
CURRaN. 268 Minna at
ffl- I r^i\ BRANCH BAKERY, CONFECTION- v
«jpJU»'. cry. notions, groceries; 6 living- .'.
rooms, furnished; rent free. 449 Guerrero su - .',.-
-ffljr^A BAKERY, CANDY. STATIONERY/
»lpi_)U. cigars, laundry office; must sell. 867 "• '
Folsom st. B&iSS
ffi« 99^ BRANCH BAKERY, NOTION AND. '
«lT_-._iU. candy-store; 2 living- rooma 1321 Bu- ■ •
chanan st.
STATIONERY, NEWS AND BOOK STORE;
branch laundry; good location; must sell. .-
-101% Fifth st.
SMALL FISHING SCHOONER; MUST BE " •
sold on account of owner's poor health. 17 •
Howard st.
"flilfifi TREMENDOUS BARGAIN: RES- •'
tjp I-UU. taurant; 226 McAllister; $60 cash; .
balance easy. 827 Mission st.
KLONDYKE, VIA DYEA; CHEAP FARE;-
-2000 pounds fie ght iree. Apply HERMAN, ''
104 Missiou st.
1, OR SAL. ESTALIsHED UNDERTAKING
-1 business in siockto.i. P. F., box 23, Call office.'
S. . COR. TENTH AND HOWARD STS ; $300;-' "
must cell in A days. House, box 46, CalL .
( CORNER SALOON FOR SALE CHEAP. 1100 '"
v^ Kentucky st., cor. Eighteenth, Potrero.
1 UTCHEK--HOP TO LET; FIXTURES; .' .
l> Wes.ern Addition. 1208 Scott sL, near Eddy. '
MEAT MARKET FOR -ALE, CUEaP. CALL
to-day at 511 Pacific sU
AND LAUNDRY. IN PE..IECT ORDER,- ' .
with good trade, far tale at a bargain. For. •■
par.lculars call or write, A. W. C, Call Office, ■■
Oakland.
: : L; ■ .-
CORNER GROCERY AND BAR; GOOD LO- -.
cation; nice living-rooms: will sell less than. '. •"'
cost of stock ; doing go.d cash bu.ines.. Ca.l 131 -
Kit yen: ii si. gfiJSßm
. m
GOLD! GOLD! '"" '
Tt To those who can't go to Alaska: I shall form '
a stock company at $50 a share: call and see me'
between 7 :<nd HP. it. G. E. CHURCH. 711 nip-
ton place, bet. second and Third sts., oil Folsom. ' •
SALOON FINELY FITTED' AND WELL : -
0 stocked, clearing easy $100 monthl*-; mu.t'
positively be so d this week: make offer; best rea- ' -'
sons for sacrificing. Apply 317 East su .;..-'
<fe-i_.fi CORNER GROCERY AND BAR:" "
«IPtrUU. good location; cheap on account of '-
going Easu 2-99 Fifteenth st.
GOOD Paying rest.. i rant across.
the bay; 15 steady boarders; living-rooms;-.-"'
price $225. Apaiy this office.
GOOD INVE.-TMENT— MICA MINE FOR.
sale: in California; s:ncte.t investieation. . ; :
JOHN SMITH CoOf,er_town, North Dakota;.
(CORNER SALOON A AD DAIRY; GOOD FoB I •
\J married man. 335 Fourth sU
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BAKERY FOR SALE; IN GOOD COUNTRY*: '•
town. Inquire 1229 Gulden Gate aye. »"-•"-•'
— _ . 5 ' .-
Ti>Oß SALK— CHEAP, CIGAR-STORE AND "•
J laundry office. 141 Fifths.. :
AYINO DAY SALOON: FULL IN VEST I- •
(.ition given. . li.quire 2-16 Clay st.
(EjOnn FINK OLD-ESTABLISHED SALOON-
«Jp__iuU. good place lor 2 men. hOb Howard .-,_.' : - •
"L^IKS I -CLASS SALOON DOING A GOOD BUSI-.
" ness; low rent; must seil. Apply 33 Third st.
OR RENT (COMF-.ETELY FURNISHED) ' '
-T Larze basement saloon and restaurant (45x90)
on prominent corner: low rent; tine chance to •*"
start business. Call 825 Market su, room 629. '"
|'i OOD-PAYING HoTEL BUSINESS; LONG-'' ''
VJ established; half interest $500; whole $1000. ■
Address Cosmopolitan Hotel, Petaluma . . •".
1 IGHT MANUFACTURING BUSINESS FOR '"■
I J sale: over 10- per cent proflts; only small '
cv.^h capital required. -ROBINSON, '2-h^ Geary, ■' /
room 27. ■ ■ '
.^l9O GROCERY AND BAR F.R SALE- ": :
WAC7U. cheap; llvlng-rooma Apply this office. - : .
L-'OR SA : E-PROFI 1 ABLE MA N U FACTUR- '
J ing business. Address 8., box 30. Call. ■.' ■ ■*';
__Mf_o SEWING-MACHINE STORE; GOOD.
«ipo.w. chance for smart man. 1559 Market .'■'
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