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JUDGE KERRIGAN HAS RESIGNED 111 Health Obliges Him to Give Up Cycling Interests, He Will Not Again Be Presi dent of the Bay City Wheelmen. New Club in San Jose to Be Known as the Garden City Wheelmen. Judge Frank H. Kerrigan has resigned his position as chairman of the member ship committee of the associated clubs. This step was made imperative by his fast-failing health. It has beea the Judge's custom after a hard day's session at the City Hall to spend bis leisure time often far into the night in corresponding with local consuls and attending to the immense amount of work required to be done in his department The strain was too much for him, and recently he went to the country for a short rest. He re turned the latter part of last week but lit tle recuperated, and has been obliged to go- away again. His physician says he must give up some of his many interests, and the association will therefore lose one of its most active workers. President Swain will appoint Judge Kerrigan's successor this week. He has not yet intimate whom he will select. The office is a very important one, requir ing a man with a great deal of energy and ability, and he will take time in making th- selection. Judge Kerrigan's third term as president of the Bay City W heelmen will expire in a month, and he will not be a candidate for re-election for the same reason that has ne cessitated his withdrawal from active par- ticipation in the association's affairs. Nothing would please the members better than tnat Mr. Kerrigan should govern the destinies of the big Golden Gate avenue institution for another term, but he will have to firmly refuse the honor. Much of the club's phenomenal success socially and in the racing games during the past few years must be attributed to Judge Kerrigan's personal interest in it and the enthu-iasm he inspired among the mem bers, and bis guiding hand will be greatly mi sed in the future. . A new club is to be organized at San Jose to be known as the Garden City Wheel men. Some prominent members of the Garden City Cyclers, now in insolvency, pot together the other night and decided upon this move. A formal meeting will be held to-night to ehct officers. All old members of the Cyclers will be admitted to the charter roll if they so desire. Ti.e Garden City Cyclers are virtually dead. The Sheriffs lock was put on the door a week ago Saturday night. The club has filed a voluntary petition in in solvency, much against the wishes of many of the members, however, who felt that their financial matters could have been raised and their debts eventually paid. The new club now being organized will be less pretentious, have smaller ex penses and no social members, and should succeed. Before the cyclers' club failed they gave up their interest in the three-lap cement track at San Jose to the railroad company which owns it. As it i** now, therefore, the new club, or any club for that matter, :an hold race meets on it by giving a per :eutage to the owner--. Tuerefcre, there need be no fear that there will not be any more racing on the famous San Jose oval. Fred Russ Cook of the Bay City Wheel men left on the steamer Willamette last NUurday for Juneau, Alaska, bis destina tion being the goldtields. Ten years ago Look was the champion bicyclist and swimmer of the coast and held the world's records for a quarter-mile and twenty-four hours on a high wheel. He has not raced •since 1899, but has always used the wheel since for business and pleasure. Charles J. Wikidel, who successfully managed the cycle show and indoor tour nament here in the spring of 1896, is again in" ihe City. He has been traveling exten sively since be left here, and is now bound for Alaska. He will leave next Monday morning. Meanwhile Mr. Wikidel is re newing his many acquaintances in the cycle trade and clubs. C. M.chener, whose serious illness was reported a week ago, is somewhat im ' proved. He suffered a stroke of paralysis, from which he is gradually recovering, and his friends hope he will soon be en tirely well again. Fractured His Skull. Mark McKenna, while standing on a ladder at tho Union Iron Works on Monday painting* the steamer San Bias, slipped and fell, striking on his head. He was taken to the Receiving Hospital where it wis lound that his skull was fractured. McKenna lives at Jones and Pacific stree is. NOTICE OF MEETINGS. trrjS** MOUNT MORIAH LODGE NO. m mrZ& 44. F. and A. M.— Stated meeting m\ THIS (WEDNESDAY) EVENING, lit H'Vlf o'clock. THEO. FROLICH, Secretary, /V' BTS* CROCKETT LODGE NO. 139, F. c mr*£r and A M.— Stated meeting THIS * m\ WEDNESDAY ai 7 :»0 P. K. 'TV H. FORTH Secretary. /V> J£Pg-* EXCELSIOR LODGE NO. 166, F. a m~*r and A. .M— siaud meeting Tnl-* m\ (WEDNESDAY; EVENING. August 4, at if V 7:30 o'clock. /^*r\ THEO. E. SMITH, Secretary, Bt^g-* MISSION LODGE NO. 169, F. m **-^ and A. Ofiicersand members are A noTfi*>d to attend the funeral of our lute Tf brother, CHaRLEs 1* ORISMAN, from /V> the hall of this lodge, TO-DAY (Wednesday), at 1 *. >c By order of the W. M. C. D. BUNKER, Secretary. ITS 3 PRESIDIO LODGE NO. **&IW/!k. S-2-* 334,1. O. O. F.-Br-lher*, there^Sg-jE^KEa-. wit be an Initiation THURSD • V -3§<&2g|? EVENING, Angust 5. Full attend- -"W/ltw^ ance expected. Visitors cordially Invited. By order L WINTHER. N. U. W. H. Bhabpe, Recording secretary. JPr^S-* A. O. H.. DIVISION NO. .-Tllhax--. mrZsy regular morn ly me Ring of thls^w^* division wl.l be held in Hibernla Hall on BV'Jf WrD.NESDAY EVENING, August 4 B?\uB« Full returns for picnic lickets must be's?^^? made at this meeti.. B-iRILY LEE," ires. John Kknny. Ree. Sec ffl^-g-- THE REGULAR MEETING "w „ IS-*' of the san Francisco Biicklav- c==^^tc-a ers' Association will be *.eld at B'nai^ =^ST[~ li'rith Hall, 121 Eddy street, THIS ( WEDNESDAY) EVENING. Aug. 4, at 8o' C pock. All apprentices, whether le^ular or privi eged, who are under the jurisdiction of this association, are requested to attend this meeting. j ED J. an - ND ..v. Pregidenu H'MIVI. NOTICES. p-gg=> 1000 BUSINESS CARDS PRINTED, mrJSt $160*. wedding worn. HILL 22y r Geary. ftps* BAD TEN AN IS EJECTED FOR f4: IS*-*--' collections made: aty or country. Paclflo Collection Ca. 415 Montgy st.. room 6: tei. 5680. tt*SS-» SWELL'S DAIRY IS NOW LOCATED uTJy at 23d and Folsom sts. Tel. White 27L BzryS' TURKISH CABINET BATHS FOR Br-**? gents and ladles. R. 11. 120% Geary su ■'■ FITtATIONI M ANTE D-EEM ALE. VTEAT ENGLISH WOMAN DESIRES SITUA- Ii tion as housekeeper; best references: city or country: flO to $15. MISS CULLEN. 323 suiter. T,"* IRST-CLASS SWEDISH CO< >X AND -T housework girl desires situation: best refer- ences: city or country. MISS : CULLEN, 323 butter SL SITUATIONS WANTEI>-Conrlnn—l. FIRsT-CLASS SWEDISH NUKSK WISHES r situation; can take full charge: best of refer- ence* ME.'. NORTON, 315 utter. ATORWE-.IAN GIRT.: FIRST-CLASS COOK; IN references 6 years from last place in Oakland. MR*. O. NoR'ION, 315 Sutter. WEDISH HOU&EGfRL: sTR'.'NO AND WIL- -0 lin*: good coo<: 2 years last place:? lstos^o. MR*?. NOR lON, 316 Suiter. /-■OMPETENT SWEDISH COOK, WITH REF* \J erence. desires a situation. J. F. CROSETT & Co., 316 .-.utter st. XPERIENCED NURSE (GERMAN) CON- tiuement and other sickntss desires engage- ment: best references. Address Nurse, 115 Sev- enth st T'OTJNG STRONG GEKMAN WOMAN X wants washing. Ironing. Cleaning by the day. $1 and car fare Call or write St., 1 1 28 Folsom st., between seventh and Eighth. ANTED- A POSITION AS HOTJ>K- " keeper by a competent woman. Call or ad. dress E„ with stamp, 118-,-j Ellis St.. room 50; no triflers. OUNO LADY LATELY FROM THE EAST -1 iiesirps a position as housekeeper, and will do Dlain sewing. 1-6 Fourth St., room 21. second floor. ':.3SrShB '.Vf; C COLORED GIRL WISHES SHUATION: I X' neral homi-work, cookinz, nursing or second work; ges $15 to $20. Address C, box 38, Call Office. BBSaB DRESSMAKER — FIRST-CLASS FITTER: st . lisii drrper and designer: thorough dress- maker; by the day. MISS WARWICK, 830 Geary st. WIDOW (NO INCUMBRANCE) WISHES A " situation as cook: city or country; boarding- house or private family. Address box 11, Call office, Oakland. THOROUGHLY COMPETENT WOMAN wishes situa'ion as Infant's nurse or to do up- stairs work and sewing; wages not less than $20. Address 635 Post sU U'ANTKD-BY YOUNG GERMAN WOMAN a place in a German bakery; object to perfect herseif in pastry work. German G lrl, box 39, Call. ASHING. IRONING AND HOC-ECLKA N- Ing by the day; $1 and car fare. Apply 11 Kate St., off Bryant, bet. Seventh and Eighth. •yOUNG WOMAN WISHES SITUATION AS X chambermaid in country hotel. Call or address 1409 Bush su I' LIABLE GERMAN GlItL WISHES To Do general housework: understands Jewish cook, ing; city or Oakland. Address V. 8., box 23, Cali. SPANISH' WIDOW; HOUSEKEEPER FOR if- elderly respectable cemleman: no hers need apply. Spanish, box 96, Call office. vtr OMAN wants situation TO DO gen- "» eral housework* Is a good cook; low wages. 314 Jessie st., near Fourth. V A STRONG YOUNG COLORED GIRL PO- . '> sltion :o a-sist in housework or care for chil- dren. Apply 1134 Golden Gate aye. ELDERLY PKOTE-TANI' WOMAN WISHES J to assist; good cook: no wash; small wages. Ca 1 or address 63 Shipley st. A, i IDDLI.-AGEU WOMAN WANTS LIGHT ' housework or taking care of children. 108 McAllister. "yOUNG WOMAN WITH A CHILD 3 YEARS X old would like situation; city or country. C, box 76. Call Office. Y'OUAG GERMAN WOMAN WISHES WORK Xby the day: washing, Ironing and house- cieaoing. 221 Fifth st. GOOD SEAMSTRESS WANTS SEWING BY the day. MRS. c. A. SMITH, 4U2 Mason st. COMPETENT GIRL DESIRES SITUATION at housework; wages $20. G. G., box 143. CalL yol'.XG GIRL ArtE 16, WISHES PLACE X for light housework. 4330 Seventeenth su OMPETENT GERMAN COOK DESIRES COMPETENT GEUMAN COOK DESIRES -' situation. 1315 Mason St. MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN WANTS KITCHEN- work or housework. 944 Mission st, COMPETENT WOMAN WISHES POSITION as good cook; will do plain washing and light housework; city or across the bay. 2124 Howard. "YTOUNG GERMAN GIRL WISHES SIIUA- X tion to do housework; sleep home; references. Apply 724 Ivy aye. "yOUNG GIRL WHO CAN ASSIST WITH X housework or do chamberwork In Drivate fam- ily. 3.40 Mission su "yoUNGGIKL WISHES -IIUATION TO DO X general housework aud plain cooking. Apply 3.8 Thirt:etu su SWEDISH WOMAN WaNTS WORK BY THE '■ day washing, ironing, housecleantng, etc. Ad- dress 28 Aztec, near Twenty-eighth and Shotwell.' CHILDREN'S DAY HOME— RESPECTABLE woman wants work by the day; any kind; good laundress. 110 Hayes su SCOTCH WOMAN WANTS SITUATION; g-ol cook, baker and laundress; refeiences. Widow wants daywork, housecleaning or wash- lug. 1121/2 Langtou su. off Folsom. yul. (i LADY FROM THE COUNTRY X wishes position in Lacbelor's or widower's home. i - Geary St.. room 15. . RESPEC ABLE GIKL WSHES SITUATION at houseworit; $20 to $25. Call 2417 Cay su "yOl NO GIRL JIST FROM THK EAST Dr.. X sires to secure a lucrative housekeeper's ace; bachelor's or widower's home preferred. 821 Mission sU, room 5. TOiwCffl GEKMAN GIRL WANTS SITUATION FOR general housework; waves $^0 to $3J. Cail between 2 and 5 p. m. at 546 Fourth st., rm. 14. TV" OMAN WITH LITTLE CHILD WILL DO '» general housework on ranch; has ranch ex- perience. W., box 99, Call Office. SCANDINAVIAN WOMAN WISHES Posi- tion as housekeeper; no objection to children; hems trom 10 to 10. 408 Folsom su STRONG ELDERLY PROTECTANT WOMAN wishes housework and washing; can do plain looking: city or country. MRS. Kh.Ru, 1231 Market st. • ■■:'.' f < • .. GIRLS WIsH SITUATIONS AT GENERAL <£ housework; wages $15 to $20. Address 418 Austin sU REFINED AMERICAN LADY DESIRES PO- sl.ion as saleslady, cashier or office clerk. Ad- dress Call, Branch D., 25^6 Mission „i. OMAN WISHES SHUATION iHAMBER- work-, housework or mind children. 3385 Twenty-sixth st. ANTED BY A GERMAN GIRL, A POSl- tiontodo upstairs or general housework or cooking. 911 Capp sU, between Twenty-fourth and Twenty-fifth. 1711 RST-CLASS FRENCH COOK AND A FIRS T- ' class chambermaid and waitress wish situa- tions in an American family; bt-s. of references. Call at 1530 Powell St., cor. Green, from 10 A. M. to 4 p. M. IDOW FROM THE EAST WISHES SITU- TT ation: bach. lor or widower. 223 Mason st, room 5, second floor. yOUNu LADY residing with mother X desires position 10 do stenogianhy, typewriting or assistant b>o~ keeping, call or address MISS JOHNSON, 411 Minna su WANTED— BY RESPECTABLE WOMAN, position to do light housework: no objection to children; best reference. Call 308Va Minna si., third floor. ARK LOTS BOUGHT BY BENJAMIN LICH- TENSTEIN. 15 Grant aye.. Real Estate Agent ■ , _ EXPERIENCED (CHRISTIAN NURSE DE- ■i sires a position as companion to an invalid; best of refeiences given and it quired. Addrust Companion, 1509 Devisadero su , IOOD KEEPER'S PLACE WANTED "by a young Parisian widow; no objection to conn.ry; hotel or widowei's bom.*, uooms 10 and 11. 122 Post st. , U\ZZ LARKIN — BRANCH OF* ICE OF THE \JXU CALL subscriptions and want ads taken. X7-OUNG WIDOW FROM EUROPE WISHI X a situation a.> housekeeper for bachelor or wid- ower. 117 Eddy st , room 1. -. hark LOTS BOUGHT BY hen.i. H. lich- X TENsTEIN, 15 Grant aye., Real Estate Agent yOUNG WIDOW, SITUATION AS HOUsE- X keeper for bacheloror widower, or will do plain me iding. 106 Fourth su, r. 2. .. •Ik*), MISSION — sci.se.. iPTION-s «.-\i* *-«-»—'» want uds taken for THE CALL yOUNG UEBMAN. GIRL OF EXPERIENCE X would like a housekeeper's place: city or coun- try or will do plain trending. 207 Post, room 8. y OUNG LADY (STRANGER) WANTS PER- X manent place as housekeeper; hotel or bache- lor's home preferred: city or country. 9 Powell su, room 8, second floor. J MARKET ST.— BRANCH OFFICE OF IHJ« ti Call: wanteds and subscriptions taken. yOUNG SOOTH LADY WISHKB POSI- X Hon as housekeeper for widower or bachelor* city or country. : Call 234 O'harreli su, rooms 4-5.' ■yoUNG FRENCH LADY WANTS A POSI A tion as housekeeper in a hotel or widower's home, or will do plain mending. 1122 Market st. room 31. "■••'.'..•■• ' f'-l C LARKIN-BRANCH OFFICE OF THK CM *-» CALL: .Mibscrlntlons tn want ads taken. GEKMAN WIDOW FROM THE EAST WISH- es 10 make herself useful in general. Call beu 12 A. M. and 12 p, m., 120 a Eddy sU. room 2. NEAT GERMAN GIRL OF SOME EXPE- lience would like a place as housekeeper; widower's home preferred. 223 Post su, room 11. THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 4, 1897. SITUATIONS WANTED HALE. CHINESE A JAPANESE; EST'D 20 YEARS; help;tel. main 1997. BRADLEY A Co. .640 Clay HUNTER & CO.. CHINESE AND JAPANESE - emp. office, 614 ij. California st., let. main 231. JAPANESE EMPLOYMENT BUxvEAU, 709 ( tieary su Tel. Sutter. 2125.' HINE-E AND JAPANESE EMPLOYMENT office; best help. 414^3 O'FarreiU Tel E. 42& MAN AND WIFE WISH SITUATIONS, wife to do housework, and man to work about pace: city or country. 5 Somner su, beU Seventh and Eigh h, oft Howard, in rear. STRONG BOY, 20 YEARS OF AGE, RESID- Iug with parents (German), wishes work of any kind, or learn trade; references. Call or ad- reus W. SPENKTER, **52y 2 Natoma sU -IVTANTED— BY YOUNG MARRIED ME* •'» chanic, who speaks German, position as por- ter lv wholesale house; 4 years' experience o as night watchman. Address M. C, box 75, CalL BOOKKEEPER AND COLL. CTOR. 8 EARS' experience, with reference of former employer, desires situation either In this or other city. B. 8., box 29, Call Office. YOUNG MAN WANTS SITUATION, PRI- X vate place: care of hcses, cows and do garden- ing: good references. Address P. L, box 12, Call Office. Oakland. y ' UNG COLORED MAN FROM NEW YORK X wants situation as butler or valet: best refer- ences. J STKINBis-Ri-i, 7-2 Bush sU yOUNG MAN, STEADY AND SOBER, WISH* X es situation as barber; 6 years' ' experience. O. B. 8.. box 35, Call Office. LARGE BOY. 16. WAN TO LEARN THE butcher business. Address 1634 Fourteenth su, Oakland. ENGINEER WANTS SITUATION: GOOD reierences. Address steam, box 4, Call. Vir ANTED - SITU \TION BY JEWISH tt young man iv wholesale or retail clothing- house as stock clerk, with many years' experience; terms moderate. Address A. M., box 93, Call. BY GOOD PASTRY-COOK, AT FIRST-CLASS hotel; ' Steady, reliable man: beet* references from Ea-tern and sou. hern hotels: will take place as second. C. A. W., box 3, Call.' /'ERMAN, MARRIED, MIDDLE-AGED, '■ speaks English well, litter by trade handy with tools, wants any situation, 1 uer., box 77, CalL \\T AN TED— SITUATION BY MIDDLE-AGED TT man: general utility; can do anything In pri- vate family. Address 950 Union sL, Oakland. BO( OF 16 WOULD LIKE TO LEARN A good trade; would prefer a position lv a whole- sale house; best of reierences. Address M., box 50, i a.l. MILLMAN WANTS SITUATION: 16 YEARS' experience in sold and silver mills; best of reterente. Address M. M., box 133. CalL AN TED-BY A YOUNG MARRIED MAN »» a situation for driving a team or any kind of work. Address M. S. JONEOVICH. J 232 Pacific. WINCHESTER HOUSE 44 1 HIRD ST.. Ntt, TT Market: 200 rooms 26c to »1 50 per night; }1 CO to $6 per week; convenient and respectable; tree bus and bargaee to and irom the terry. FEMALE HELP WANTED. ■< EXPERIENCED GERMAN GIRL FOR A bakery. $26. C. It. HANSEN St CO., 108 Geary su XI AITRESS FOR COUNTRY HOTEL, $20 »' and free fare; arm waitress, near city, $25; chambermaid and assist, $12; restaurant waitress, «4 50; waitress, city, $18. C. R. HANaEN & CO., 108 Oeary st. A COOKS, PRIVATE FAMILY, GERMAN •i style, $25, $30: 10 girls, housework, $20, $16; working housekeeper, $lv; 8 young girls, assist with homework, $15, $10. C. R. HANSEN <& CO., 108 Geary st. « 2 GIRLS, BRODERICK $15 £ Oirl. Franklin.... 15 Girl, Devisadero 15 Girl. Van Ness 16 Gin, Bush 15 Gir;, Laguna 15 Girl, Fremont. 15 Girl, California. 15 Girl, Ellis 15 < lrl. Fi Imore 16 Girl. Webster 15 Girl. Twentieth 15 27 }oiin;Ur.s, $8. $10 and $12 per mouth, as- sist, etc , nice families. MARTIN & CO., 749 Market at. 6WAIIRKSSE-, OAKLAND, $16 AND rcom: girl as cashier, restaurant and bakery, $0: waitress, Alameda, $i 0 and room; 00k, »20; gir in girls' i omc, $15 and room; 3 wait- resses, esort, fr.e fare, $.0 and room; young girl le:-rn wa. in.', $3 a week: 7 waitresses to so south, $20 and room; waitress, santa Cruz, $20. wait- ress. Monterey, $20; waitress for bakery; 3 coo»s, $10 and room; girl, . bakery, $16, etc.: pastry cook, $.-15; 6 waitresses, $5 a week; waitress, Stockton. $20 and rcom. MARTIN & CO., 749 Market st. IRL, FAMILY 3.POST ST., $20; GIRL, FtAß- rison St.. $25; girl. Clay su. $2i>; girl. Belve- dere, 520; girl, California su, $25: 3 girls, Ala- meda. Cal , $20: gir , Green St., $25; girl. Page St., $20; girl, Kllissu, $20; girl, KlBB Valley, Cal., $3 J ; girl, San Rafael, Ca)., $2^: girl, Monterey, Cal . $20* girl, Walnut BU, «20. MARTIN A CU, 749 Market su /'IRL GERM \N-JEWISH COOKING, $20: 3 VJ German or -wedish girls, Scott su, $20; Ger- man or Swedish gin, Fulton su, $20; German or Swedish girl. Bush st, $20. MARTIN A CO., 749 Market sU u.t\ TO 75 GIKt - s AND. WOMEN daily TO vlv fi.l our numerous city and country orders; if- you wish work see that your name and address is on our books. MARTIN <fe CO., 749 Market si. SPANISH OR FRENCH SECOND GIRL. $20; f seamstress, $4 a week; 8 nursegtrls, Turk St.. $15: second girl, Fourth su MARTIN St CO., 749 Market su GERMAN GIRL, BUCHANAN ST., $20; GER- man girl, Lagnna su, $20. MARTIN & CO., 749 Market sU OOK AND LAUNDRESS; NICE FAMILY; J $26; call early. MARTIN &CO., 749 Market. SEAMSTRESS AND SECOND WORK, $25; call early. MARTIN A, CO., 749 MarKet st. CiEkMaN OR SWEDISH GIRL FRANKLIN I SU, $25. mar iIN A CO., 749 Market su GOVER.nESS, $25. ETC.; SEE: PARTY HERE 9to 10. MARTIN & CO., 749 Market si. ERMAN OR SWEDISH GIRL, PAGE ST, $20. MARTIN A CO.. 749 Market SU IRL FOR SECOND WORK, $25; CALL early. . MARTIN St CO., 749 Market sU Ci ERMAN SECOND GIKL AS SEAMSTREBS, f $-!&. MARTIN A CO, 749 Market st. 3 GERMAN GIRLS. ALAMEDA. CAL, $20, O etc. MARTIN A CO., 749 Market at. \OUNG GIRL TO CARE: FOR CHILDREN X and help; sleep home. 607 Eddy st. GERMAN GIRL LAG UNA ST., $25. MAR- TIN & CO., 749 Market st. 3 GERMAN GIRLS, BAKERY, $20. MARTIN A CO.. 749 Market St. L'RKM'H GIRL, ELLIS ST., $20. MARTIN A X CO., 749 Market st. f*. FRENCH GIRLS, $20. MARTIN A CO, 749 0 Market su ECOND GIRL. SAN JOSE, $20. Mli-SCUL* LEN, 323 -utter St. GIRL ASSIST KITCHEN, $10. MISS CUL- LKN, 323 Sutter sU RE FIN D WORKING HOUSEKEEPER, $25. MISS CULLKN, 323 Suiter au REFINED NURSE, CHILD 4 YEARS, $10. MISS CULLEN', 323 Sutter sU 2 NEAT SECOND GIRLS, $25. Miss CUL- LEN, 323 Sutler st. ■ IRL TO WAIT IN BAKERY, $16. MISS CULLcN, 3*3 Sutter st. 1 (\ HOUSEWORK GIRLS, CITY AND COUN- -Ivf tr. . $20 and $25; 8 young girls, assist, $10 to $15. MISS CULLKN, 3*3 Sutter St. REFINED WORKING HOUSEKEEPER. $12. MlsS CO LLEN, 323 Sutter sU COOK, $30 TO $35; SECOND GIRL, SAME house, $25. MISS CULLEN, 323 Sutter at. Er.FINED GERMAN SECOND GIRL AND sew, $20. MISS CULLEN, 323 Sutter I. FRENCH OR GERMAN B..COND GIRL. SAN A Jose, $25. Mis i CULLEN, 323 Suiter su f GERMAN WORKING HOUSEKEEPER country, $25. small baking, fare paid. MISS CULLhN. 323 sutler sU LADY'S MAID, $.6. MISS CULLEN, 323 Sutter su GERMAN RESTAURANT WAITRESS, $6 per week. MISS CULLEN, B*3 Sutter su". WAITRESS AND PARLOR MAID, $25; 4 German and Protestant second girls, $20 and $25; 4 cooks, German style, $25 and $30; Protest- ant laundress, $25: cook hotel, «3 ; restaurant waitress, $6 a week, and a great many .gliis for cooking and housework In city and coun rv. -. J. F. CIIOsETT A CO., 316 Sutter at. . ■ • . . , " . PROTESTANT COOK FOR A N INSTITUTION -* city, $26; girl tor laundry work, country, $20; girls ior house and cooking. MURRAY A READY, Leading Employment Agents, 634-636 Clay st. • COOK, PLAIN WASH, AMERICAN FAMILY, 930, -, see : lady > here at 10 to-day ; also second girl. $25, same house. J. F. CROSETT a CO., 316 sutter su '■:'.■■.:■ ■, -..- -'*'.-.' -'..'•'■;'■■ 'UT ANTED - FIRST-CLASS GERMAN AND •'.-'" French cooks: French and German second girl*; girls for housework and aasisu LEON AN- ; DRE, 308 Stockton st. .-- HELP . WANTED- Conff GIRLS OF ALL NATIONALITIES TO FILL various positions. MRS. ; LAMBERT, 417 Powell st TVTORTH GEKMAN GIRL; 2 CHILDREN; It American family: $20. MBS. LAMBERT, 417 Powell su SWEDISH GIRL; MUST HAVE WORKED In Jewish family; Oakland; $20; 2ln family: see lady at office at 9:3 J. MRS. LAMBERT, 417 Powell sL SEAMSTRESS AND WAITRESS, $20; sEC- ond girl, $.5. MRS. LAMBERT, 417 Powell. 0 SWEDISH GIRLS. HOUSEWORK, #20; 4 • > young Irish girls, *15. MRS. LAMBERT, 417 Powell su, RE I INED GEKMAN GIRL TO ASSIST • and company, $15. MRa LAMBERT, 417 Powell si. OAfISBSiS9ESfi9HSSBBE A GER « AN COOKS, $36, $30; 2 GERMAN T girls, $25. MRS. LAMBERT, 417 PowelL CIOOK FOR SAN RAFAEL $30 TO $36; COOK, •' city. $30; housegirl, 3 in family, $2b: second girl, $25; girl for light work, 2 in family, $15; nurse?irl, $12. . MRS. NORTON, 315 Sutter st. AITRESS; COUNTRY HOTEL; FREE re; $20. ; HOTEL GAZETTE, 420 Kearny. NUKSEGL:i, FOR CHILD 4 YEARS OLD; board nnd sleep home; must live in neighbor- hood: call bet. 10 a. m. and 12 x. Room 260, sec- ond floor, t. Nicholas Hotel. EAT, STRONG SWEDISH OR GERMAN ■Lt girl for general housework: good cook: small family: flat; wages $20; references. Cull to-day, 11 to 12, 1728 a PagesU WANTED— NEAT YOUNG GIRL TO ASSIST " In light honsework and mind baby; wages $1 50 per week to begin. Call to-day, from 3to 6 p. m.. 618 Fell st. WANTED-GIRL TO DO WASHING AND assist in housework: family of 2; good home; wages $7. 85 Albion aye., near Sixteenth st GIRL FOR PLAIN COOKING, LIGHT HOUSE- work, mind baby in Mill Valley; references. 4 Liberty su, from 1 o'clock. GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK: MUST uude stand cooking; references required; 3 In famf.y. 934 Halght su STRONG RELIABLE OH L FOR GENERAL •f housework; with reference; after 9 a h. 203 Valencia su REFINED LADY: GOOD REFERENCE*-.*, middle-aged preferred. 1 170 Market su, room 32, after 10. C COMPETENT GERMAN GIHL FOR COOK- J ing and housework; 3 In family; $16 823 Fillmore st. v.-.; TVTEAT V OUNG GIRL TO ASSIST WITHGEN- -11 eral housework, $8. Apply after 3:30,708 Capp su LITTLE GIRL TO ASSIST WITH LIGHT housework and mind children 1510 O'FarrelL STRONG GIRL TO ASSIST IN BAKERY". Cor. Eleventh and Howard sts. YOUNG GIRL, ABOUT 16, TO ASSIST; A small wages 2802 Twenty-fourth st. BOOK-FOLDERS WANTED BY F. MAL- LO YE, 422 Sacramento it YOUNG GIRL, 16, TO TAKE CARE OF X child. 1602 Lagnna SU ' WANTED— COLORED YOUNG WOMAN TO do housework ; references. 239 Post st C^IRL WANTED TO ASSIST WITH HOUSE- T work; sleep at home. 821 Howard su GIRL TO TEND CHILD AND TO MAKE HER- ' self generally useluL 206 Turk st . 1 ADY COOK WANTED. 830 HOWARD ST. IRL OR WOMAN TO ASSIST IN HOUSE- G* IRL OR WOMAN TO ABBIST IN HOUBE- -1 work. Apply 1226 lolsom su ",>; 'f-f IRL FOR HOUSEWORK, American family of 2. $20; nurse, irl, $16. 721 Ellis st. WANTED-600 WOMEN AND GIRLS TO Tt work on frulu Apply Immediately at Cali- fornia i annerles Company, Brannan su, between Third aid Fourth. \%/ ANTED — APPRENTICE ON CUSTOM TT coats steady work. 966 Folsom st. WANTED— MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN FOR light housework. 3333 '1 wentle.li, basement. £?l C LARKIN— OFFICE OF THE Oil) CALL Subscriptions and want ads taken. L IR-T-I :LA*-S LADIES' TAILORS WANTED, X. Apply 1435 Polk st . , ( OPERATORS ON COATS AT 106 BATTERY streeu ■ GIR . TO COOK AND DO GENERAL HOUSE- work: none but a competent hand need apply. 418 Lombard su . YOUNG GERMAN GIRL TO DO LIGHT X housework. lv*2o Filbert su p ERMAN GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK: $15. VJ 1803 Devisadero St., cor. of Bush. ARK LOTS BOUGHT BY BENJ. LICil- TENSTEIN, 16 Grant aye., Real Estate Agent /•]*: LARKIN— BRANCH OFFICE OF THE Ol J CaLL Subscriptions and want ads taken. WANTED- GERMAN GOVERNESS OF TT culture and refinement as companion to a young girl; must have experience; best of refer- ences required. Call or address 566 Fifteenth su, Oakland. A MARKET ST.— BRANCH OFFICE OF THE "1 Call: want ads and subscriptions taaen. IjURST-CLASs BUTTONHOLE OPERATOR X and Al finishers wanted. M. SIMINObF, 1228 Market st WANTED— GIRL TO TAKE CARE of baby and assist in housework. 2211 sutter. LEARN DRESSMAKING AND MILLINERY X-t at the only school receiving the gold medal; patterns to order 25c. MCDOWELL'S, 103 Post st SF. DRESS-CUTTING SCHO« 'L— FRENCH . tailoring taught; $1 week. 916 Market, r. 19. MOST CONVENIENT AND RESPECTABLE; Winchester House. 44 Third su. near Market: •-0 » rooms: 26c to $1 60 per night: $1 60 to $ i per week: tret, 'on* and t.acrae" to and trom rerrv STALE HELP WANTED. GERMAN SECOND COOK, HOTEL $60; ' pastry cook and baker, hotel, $50; cook, coun- try restaurant, $40: second cook, hotel, $40; baker, country hotel, north, $40; dishwasher for springs. $20; 3 dishwashers, cliy>nd;country, $20. C. R. HANSEN <fe CO., 108 Geary su f-A ROCKMEN, TEAMSTER-*, LABORERS t)U and masons' helpers for a new railroad," »1 76 to $2 a day, free fare. CR. HANSEN & CO., 108 Geary st. 9 FIRST-CLASS WAITERS FOR EUROPEAN -J plan, must be smooth shaven, $35: waiter pri- vat* boarding-house, $20. C. R. HANSEN «fc CO., iOSGeatv st FRENCH CHEF, $125. C. R. HANSEN A CO., 1 108 Geary st HEAD WAITER WITH CALIFORNIA EX- perlence, $70. C. R. HANSEN A CO., 108 Geary st. HEAD WAITER, COUNTRY HOTEL, $60. C. R. HANSEN St CO.. 108 Geary st , PAKE PAID, FARE PAID FOR 160 MEN TO X work on railroad: teamsters, rockmen, labor, etc ,at $1 50, SI 76 and $2 a day. MUR- RAY & READY, 634 and 636 Clay st. GROCERY CLERK. $40: DRY GOODS CLERK, VX $40: b wallers, 830: 3 waiter boys, $16 and found: boy to work In a bakery: 5 cooks. $26, $36 and $60: waiter, tend bar. etc .see boss here. $30. MURRAY A READY, 634 and 636 -.lay St. OOF; MEN FOR DIFFERENT PLACES IN 000 California, such as: 80 laborers forclty and country jobs, $1 75, $1 60, $1 50 day and board and $26 per month a d found; 40 woodchoppers, $1 16 per cord; 40 redwood-. ie makers, 8c each: vegetable gardener, $20: men to dl.- potatces; 6 teamsters, $1 50 day, 2 milkers, $20; 3 chor*- boys for ra .ches, $16; 15 farmers. $20; buuer- maker, $30. MURRAY <fc READY, 634 and 636 Clay st. ■ ■ .. ■-' . -. : : .'f;sv \k! ANTED - LAUNDRYMAN AND WIFE, »t $60; blacksmith for country. $1 50 a day and board: experienced man to care for chickens, pigs, etc., $25 ai;d found; teams t rs, $1 a day and found and $1 60 a day; laborers, $36 and found: farmers and milkers, $20; Scandinavian dairyman, $20; wagon-maker, shop re.it free: woodchoppers, 80c, $1 15 aid $.' a cord. ■ Apply to J. F. CROoETT <& CO.. 628 Sacramento st : ANTED— 2 BELLBOY 8; 2 SECOND tt coo.s. $3'> «nd $15; : kitchen men; waiter for private boarding-house, $20 and room. J. F. CROSETT St CO., 6*B sacramento st. f -far anted—Japanese AND wife pri- » tt vi:te family,' $60; 2 Japanese for cooking and housework, $50. Apply 10 J. F. CROSETT St Co, 628 Sacramento su WANTED— EXPERIENCED DRIVER FOR a delivery wagon in the city, single' man, references, *35 and found; young German about private pace near city, references required, $ 6 and touud; young man, swigs or English, for pri- vate ace in city, CI 6 to $20 and found: young man 10 chore ana do housework, in I city, $16 • and found: 2 milkers, $20 and #22 50; experienced ap-<le-pack*-r, $26 and: found: camp waiter, $16; waiter, country, 910 and found; cooks, dishwash- ers, etc , etc. v. W. D. EWERA CO., 626 Clay st. ANTED-3 NEAT. YOUNG MEN AS solicitors: good . proposition. For particulars see W. D. EWER A CO., 626 Clay su TVJIGHT PORTER, COUNTRY HOTEL, $20. It . HOTEL GAZETTE, 420 Kearny st. : HELP WANTED-Continned. : * "VTIGHTCOOK, $8 A WEEK: 3THIBDCOOKB: It cook, country, $50 and room: second cook, $6 aweei: baker, $40 and room. MARTIN & CO., 749 Market. . - - ■ ■ SWAITERB. (20 AND ROOM; 4 WAITERS, $26 and. room: waiter, to go south, $25 and room: 3 wal . ers, $6 week ; 6yo men ;as wait- ers, $16 and room. MARTIN A CO., 749 Market Dl HWASHER, »6 A WEEK; Dl^H- ua.her. $-0 and room: 3 dishwashers, $15 and room. MARTIN A CO., 749 Market su HEAD WAITER, $30 AND ROOM. BAlL- road eating-house. MARTIN & CO., 749 Market s:. .-..-.. . * ' CARRIAGE PAINTER, $40, ROOM AND board. MARTIN A CO., 749 Market st SECOND COOK, $60: BROILER, $40. MAR- TIN <fe CO., 749 Market st. 3 BELLBOYS, 1 2 ERRAND-BOYS. MARTIN A Co., 749 Market st f^gjggg ijLACKSMITH AND SHoER, COUNTRY >-* shop, $40 and found; 2 Italian milkers, $20; 2 milkers. $20: Ea<tern farmers, .120 and $15: middle-aged man about place; 2 teamsters, $1 60 a day; 2 chore $16: man 10 put up dried pears. R. T. WARD A CO, 608 and 610 Clay st. WANT ED- BROILER. HOTEL CI IV, $46; second cook, country, $30; waiter, country, $20; waiter, city, $6 a week: dishwasher, $20, and others. ANJJi.i;'?, 308 tockton st. DISHWASHER. $10 PER MONTH. MISS CULLEN, 3-3 suiter su -f? MAN TO DO CHORES, $15. MISS CULLEN, 323 cutter st. ' ~ :> 3iß*jtfHtf ff fttW iM H'lTll MlkWßf* MAN AND WIFE WITHOUT CHILDREN for company: rent free. K. DICK, 19 Rut- ledge aye. ; lake Howard cars and transfer to San Bruno roal. ANTED IMMEDIATELY— 2 FIRST-CLASS amalgamators for goldmill aud one machinist; reference reouired. Address C. C, box 63, Call. Man wanted as agent; : no experi- ence necessary: good pay; call and see us. Royal Art Co., 316 Third st WANTED — CHAINMEN, AXMEN AND flagmen to work on percentage; large con- tract ; good climate. Address Land Surveyor, box 74, Call. BOYS— 10 QUICK NEWSBOYS WANTED TO sell "..ami of Gold" on water front. Call, 9 a. m, 1144 Market st Mr ANTED— A PHOTOGRAPHER TO OPE- TT rate camera; call soon. KEN YON, 236 O'Farreli su, upstairs.. xroosa man FOR LIQUOR-sTORE: REF* J. ereuces. j 41 Turk st. THE LADY ABBE RB HAVE removed from 31 Third su to 352 Third st. FIRST-CLASS CABINET-MAKER WANTED. FINK & SCHINDLER, 1309 Market St. GOOD BUTCHER WiTH SMaLL CAPITAL 1 1701 Leavenworth, cor. Broadway. 2 PAINTERS WANTED AT 1429 VALENCIA St., 7 o'clock. WANTED — EXPERIENCED PLUMBER'S helper 10 do Jobbing. 516% Sixth st ARTY WITH SMALL CAPITAL DESIRING PARTY WITH SMALL CAPITAL DESIRING situation can address R-.M., box 76, CalL WANTED- BOY TO RUN ERRANDS AT 222 Kearny st. " ; USEFUL BOY OR MAN IN RESTAURANT part of day; $2 a week. 16 Post st WANTED— 2 CARPE.sTERS AT 617 HICK- ory avo. ; call in the morning. WANTED— OLD MAN TO WORK ABOUT restauran.. 163 Thirtieth st BELLBOY, $15 PER MONTH. MISS CUL- LEN, 323 sutter st. WANTED— BARBER: YOUNG MAN WIIH lor 2 years' experience. 1661% Mission at BARBER TO TAKE A SHOP: NEWLY PA- pered; just vacated: Allocation. 1738 Market. WANTED— GOOD SHOEMAKER. 611 LA- guna St., near Hayes. pECRUITS WANTED FOR THE UNITED X\ states marine corps, . United Slates navy; able-bodied, unmarried men, between tbe ages of 21 and 30 years, who are citizens of 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 6 feet 6 inches and 6 feet In height For farther Information apply at the recruiting office, 20 Ellis st, san Francisco, Cat. 9-CHAIR B\RBER-SHOP FOR SALE; 4 — living-rooms. Apply this office. BARBERS— GOOD SHOP FOR SALE; CBN- tra; location: cheap. 25% Sixth su SHOEMAKERS— FINE REPAIRING OUT- fit cheap. 762 Sixth St., Oakland ADY OR GENTLEMAN TO CANVASS STA- LaDY ok GENTLEMAN TO CANVASBSTA- pIo articles. Apply 132 Seventh st. oy wanted to take and deliver 1 ' orders for botcher: one residing with parents and in Mission. Address C. P., box 28, Call Office. VI AN TO DRIVE MILK WAGON AJMD COL- Itl leet: security required. T. M, Call Branch Office, 339 Hayes st. / * 1 - LAJUCIA— BRANCH OFFICE OF THE Oil) Call; subscriptions and wan: ads. taken. WANTEI— TO SHARE NICE FURNISHED T T room free with nice sober orderly young man not over 22; unemployed preferred. Address Companion, box 33, Call Office. SHOI-.MAKER-SHOF; CHEAP; GOOD Busi- ► ' ness; low ren:. Call 1802 Bush st. . BARBER-SHOP IN COUNTRY FOR SALE cheap. Apply 1229 Golden Gate aye. ARBER-SHOP, 1642 MARKET ST., EAR Larkin; must be sold this week: make offer. |A ANTEIJ.IOLOLLECt WA'JESDUE LABOR* TT ersAclerks KNOX Collection Agcy, 110 Sutter. PARK LOTS BOUGHT BY BENJ. H. LICH- I TENSTEI , 16 Grant aye., Real Estate Agent L, RANCH OFFICE OF THE 1 ALL 167 NL* L) su; want ads and subscriptions taken. BARBERS' ASSOCIATION FREE EMPLOY- ment Office. S. Ft, CHS. Secy, 325 Grant aye. 1 EXPERIENCED CUTTER AND PRESSERS li on cloaks. M. SIMNOFF, 1228 Market su OOU HAYEa cl.-i4KA.M-xl OFFICE OF Out/ 'Xsxm Call; Mitwcrlpuous ; and -wau* • ads taken. W ANTE MEN TO LEARN BARBER tt trade: shops, tools, positions furnished; 8' weeks required. S. F. Barber college, ISB% Eighth, FINE MEN'S CALF SHOES, 76: TO OB- X 1 d-r. $2 60; half-soling, 25c up. 959 Howard. NINTH ST. —BRANCH OFFICE OF ID I 'IMS call; sufaecripuou and want ads. taken. CLEARING SALE— FINE ASSORTMENT OF boots and sho s to be sacrificed at actual cost prices. 767 Market St.. opp. Will A Flnck. TRY 'ACME HOUSE, 957 MARKET ST., , BE- low Sixth,' for a room; 26c a nlglu: $1 a week. WANTED — YOUNG EXPERIENCED '» salesmen for retail dry-goods store; open evenings; state wages; reference expected. N. R., box 143, this office. BRANCH OFFICE OF 1 HE CALL, 167 NINTH tt — Want ads and subscriptions taken. TVTEW WALDO LODGING-HOUSE, 765 Mls- Xt sion st.bet. 3d and 4 th— Single room 1 per night, 10c to 50c; per week, 70c to $2: clean, quiet: spe- cial attention to morning calls; open all night LADIES' SHOES, SOLING. , 35c; MEN'S shoes, soling, 60c: all repairing done at half the usual price. 662 Mission su, bet Ist and 2d. 117 INCHESTER HOUSE. 44 THIRD Si., NR. tt Market: 200 rooms, 2bc a night; reading- ; room; tree 'bus and baggage .0 and from the ferry. WANTED— GET -YOUR SHOES MADE TO tt tt your feet at the same Mice yon bu - ready- made ones, from $1, S3, $4 and $6, at 662 Mis- sion sU, between First and second sts. E SIMON WANTS 100 MEN TO GET BOTTLE . beer or wine sc; best iree lunch. 643 Clay. ROOMS. 160 TO 760 PER NIGHT; 6WO iv *1 60 per week. Oriental, 226 Drumm su WANTED— LABORER-) AND MECHANIC'S to know that Ed Rolkln, Reno Uoosn proprie- tor, still runs Denver Rous* 217 Third at; XH large rooms; 26c per night; $1 10 $.1 I*l weak. -.07 ftvMOOJllEttf si., URA.sI 11 OFFICE • J 1 — i . u'lm* via 1.1.; - ***Mit*Ml« . ana sutMOiipuuiu taken. AGENTS WANTED. GENERAL:, AGENTS : FOR GIFFoRD'S TO- yJt bacco cure: I exclusive territory! I remarkable seller; cure gunrau teed: never had a failure. Gil- ton! Remedy Company, ctevctison Building, In- dianapolis. Ind. • KLOrDYKE! KLONDYKE! -, NEW AND official map just published; big harve.t for agents, call at PUNNETT 8i.05., after 2 o'clock, at 625 Mission st. Agents Wanted for medicated "wafers: positive safeguard; SI: : also tonic soeclflc for all female troubles:' for 'home use, DR. AND MRS WEGENER, 626 ' ddy su CANVASSERS TO SOLICIT ' FOR ( SALE OF Welsbach Gas Lights. Apply 134 Ellis st CANVASSERS WANTED TO SELL THE Apollo gaslight; best on market - 129 Ellis st AGENTS—BAKER'S NEW : COMBINATION enameled . sign 'or • universal algn board; will have a tremendous sale; . nothing . like It; ' secure sample and territory at once. ; BAKER ' En. and Mfg. Co., 409 Benches st, San Francisco. ' PARTNERS WANTED. OOD EXPERIENCED MINER WITH FULL outfit, wants a partner to go up to the Klon- dyke Address Miner, box 33. Call. . BOARDING WANTED. \ 1. ' f YOU *<- MAN WANTS FIRST-CLASS BOARD X and lodging in f»mlly ft X.. box 131. Call. WANTED-MISCECLANEOL'!». WANTED — LARGE-SIZED LONG-HAIRED dogs; must be cheap. D., box 13, CaiL ANTED— OLD BOOKS: HIGHEST CASH " price paid. C K. SPAFFORD, 1705 Market. ZZf\ BURROS; ONE 9x12 UPRIGHT ENGINE.' 0" GEORGE W. KNKASS, 7lbTbird st. OOKS OF ALL KINDS BOUGHT. HOLMES Book Company, 704 Mission st. PAWNBROKER— GOLD. SILVER, CAST- offcloihing bought. . Add. COLEMAN. 41 Third. \ ■ . "- | CL AIRVOY Aim. MML. PORTER, WONDERFUL CLAIR ant card-reader, born double veil and second sight; diagnoses disease, mil life reading; la. 50c; gents $1; palm, ana clalrv.; siu $1 60. 120 Turk. MME. -RNDT, GERMAN FORTUN E-TELL- er; tells .st and inture; gives picture future husband or wife; 50c np; never falls. 2281& Sixth. ME. MELBOURNE, GIFTED CLAIRVOY- ant and card reader: never falls; call and be convinced. 437 O'Farreli su, ground floor. ME. LENEMAR — FORTUNES TOLD. BY planets; predicted "74" passengers steamer on island. 19 Sixth st. f , : ARRIVED— HALL MEDIUM, LlFE- reader. 1 Taylor, r. 6; prediction unfailing. MISS E. LOWEL CARD-READER, 121 Montgomery su, room 8. MME. HANSEN. PALMIST, CARD-WRITER; past, present and future, °-'6c. 148 6th St., r. 6. MME HAVANA READS LIFE FLUENTLY; business advice; names given; 25c up.s Fonrtn. VI ME. MOREAU. BEST MEDIUM, CLAIR- IVJ voyant, card-reader: 25c up. 73 Fourth su MRS. ZINELLA, BUSINESS MEDIUM AND astrologer. 109 Grant aye., room 12. . GYPSY LIFE-RE A .1 SEVENTH ST.; ladies 25c, gents 60c: all questions answered. MME.SYBILLE:FROM CRADLE TO GRAVE: future husband's picture 25c-.lndies.9i4 O'Farr hPiKi'i'LALISM. ; -V f FREE TEST MEETING, 8 P. M., 335 McAL- llster st. : stitt, Niia, Meakin, Larpender, Har- grave and others. PEOPL'.. S. *•*., 11l larkin : MRS. ROBBIN- son and Mrs. Ellis; 8 pm. sharp; 10c AM FRANCTtJ, INDEPENDENT SLATE . writer. 118 Halght st.; hours 9 nntll 6r. if. MRS. MAYO STEERS. 112% OAK: CIRCLES Tuesday, 8 p. v., Thursday, 2 p. m.: readings. MRS. HENDEE ROGERS, ELECTRO-MAG- netlc healer: sittings daily. 122 Taylor st. MRa J. M ORDAINED MINISTER, Spiritual medium; crystal reader. 23% Sixth. RM. J. J. WHITNEY, SPIRITUAL MEDIUM, for messages and advice. 1206 Market su LOST LOST ON BUTTER-STREET CARS, NEAR Tiburon ferry or Tlbnron boat, a purse contain- ing ticket of S. F. and N. P. Ry. Co., some silver and gqld. Return to W. G. CURTIS, 4 Montgom- ery su, room 46. LOST — NEAR GARIBALDI HALL, PAIR gold- spectacles and chain attached; suitable reward. 1004 Harrison st. LOST— PUG PUP. PLEASE RETURN TO 725 Harrison su and receive reward. I OST— A PASSBOOK WITH THE HIBEBN I A X ■> Savings and Loan -ocietv of San Francisco in the name of CAROLINE C. LaMBERT, No. 191,701. The finder will please return to bank. OST— A PAsS-BOOK WITH THE HIBERNIA Savings and Loan Society of San Francisco, In the name of JOHN KEARNEY, No. 201,1194: the finder will please return to bank. I AY COW AT LUMBER-ST. WHARF; SUIT- i) able reward. KNIERR A ALLAN, Fourth and Railroad aye., South San Fraucisco. FOUND. MOUSE - COLORED GREYHOUND BITCH. iil ' Apply 1811 Twelfth ay., south San Franc! LODGING-HOUSES FOR --ALB. OA-ROOM HOUSE ON KEARNY ST. $1500 *J\J 10- room house, clearing $75...." ...... 400 24-room bouse, worth $200 . only 375 22-room house, fine for transient 1200 27-room house, clearing 912b.... 1600 26-room boarding house, payment 5.......;... 8000 100 houses irom 4 to 200 rooms, $50 to 4000 Other bargains. . H. C. DECKER, 1020 Market su fjijor* r LODGING- HOUSE: 13 ROOM-. AND •f --- ' *>. bath; house always fu lof good, steady roomers; present owner there 1 1 year a M. LESS, 6 Fourth su .}Q ROOMS; CENTRAL: CLEARS SISO; MUST — O sell; make offer. WINSTON A CO., 646 Mar- I ket su BARGAIN— 14 ROOMS; HOUSEKEEPING; $300: part cash; call afternoons. 838 Missio i. Ai\ ROOMS; FINE LOCATION: GOOD BUSI- "" ness; investigate. See owner, 470% Seventh sU, Oakland. FI'KNTTI'KB FOR KALE. HOUf-EHUI.D XiANOKS ARE IHE liEal' JOHN F. MEYERS CO.. M Market sU ■***M-t-t-*Mt«Mt.-tt-.-t-M-WttM..-aMt,iMa.faß^,^ FURNITURE XV ANTED " L-URNITURE, STOVES CARPETS, COO.V- X ters. showcases ANDERSON. 1121 Market. "VTEW STORE; NEEDS FURNITURE; BEST -Li prices. SILVERS.TIEN. 1223 Market: postaL INDIANA AUCIION CO. REMOVED TO 19 Montgomery st. ; highest prices paid. BEST PRICES FOR FURNITURE MDSE- etc. STREET A CRES WELL Auctloneers.7'2l • Howard etreeeu Hntiw* bout-hi in their entirety. CARPET CLEANING. CI iV STEAM CARPET-CLEANING WORKS: titans, moves, .ays carpets. G. H. STEVEN'S, Mgr. 88 and 40 Eighth at. ; telephone South 25a WHEN VoU' BctA-ME DIoGUSTED WITH poor work send toSPAULDING'S PloneerCar* pet-beating Works. 353-67 Tehama su; teL Sa 4JL ADVANCE CARPET- CLEANING CO., 402 Suttar; tei. Main 394. GEO. WALCOM, prop. J WATTs, reliable carpet-cleaning, renovtg, alter- . atlon works, 413 McAllister. TeL Jessie 32L . CLEANING, 3c: LAYING. 3c: RU . SAM- pies Iree; teL Jessie 944. Stralton, 3 Eighth. CtARP-ETS CLEANED A RENOVATED LIKE ;new. 23 Tenth; teL South 36. Mackintosh ACa E. MITCHELL, CARPET-CLEANINI. CO., . 240 14.hsU; cleaning 3c. a yard; teL Mia 74, CAKPATa Ci.E A.N ED. RENO\'a'lEi> LIKE new. J. M CQL EE.N. 453 Stevenson. Tel. 5.228. CONKLIN'S CAKfftl' - BEATING WORK* £33 Golden Gate aye. Quiepuonrt East 1-6. FOR . PALE-MISCELLANEOUS. GREAT DANE PUPS; GOOD PEDIGREE 2223 Clinton aye., Aiameda, Park-sL station. FOR SALE— FIXTURES AND STOCK of a poultry ranch in Stockton; cheap rem; lunch wagon and chopfcouse cheap. Address W. JAMES, 18 South El Dorado st., -tockton,' Cal. EDISON PHONOGRAPH. COMPLETE OUT- J fit, cheap. I- RANK JuNEs. 194 Stevenson sk MICROPHONE TRANSMITTER-?, CHERRY buttery bix, calls, bat:erles nnd ha. rubber receiver; all complete; $6 60. E. F. HENZEL Point Lobos and Flf.h area. BH. P. CLERK GAS ENGINE. COMPLET-.; perfect; guaranteed. WHITE, 616 Mission su JR. POOL HOUsE-Mi'VER, DEALER SEC- .. ond-band building material, 1122-36 Mission. COFFEE-MILL. SCAL*. HAND- TRUCK. LET- J ter-pretts, desk and safe cheap. 102 Clay si. I SEVKN-HORBEPOWER ENGINE, 1 FOUR- J■ ' horsepower enalne, with boil, r, gas engine^ lathe-, plainer* and shapers. ; 616 Mxlb su Bars, back "BARS, MIRRORS, SHOW- .counters, unoi. urn, office furniture, store and office furniture and fixtures: new and second- hand. •, J. NOON AN, 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 WaITZ, 109-111 Market su, a F. Bi ILERS,ENGINE>,2D HAND MACHINERY MCINTOSH St WOLPMAN, 187 Beale St. OARS, SHOWCASES, COUNTERS, SHELV- II ing, etc., bought and sold. 1063 Mission, nr. 7th. OOU HAVES— RANCH OFFICE OP THE Out/ l all: subscriptions and want ads taken. ••% '&.&■'• ■'- SEWING MACHINES. -i ALL KINDS BOUGHT, SOLD, EXCHANGER rented; repairing; lowest rules. 206 Fount* BUSINESS CHANCES. SIIAA ; CORNER GROCERY AND BAR; I J U. In most desirable portion of the Mis- sion and is one of the finest places of this kind it, that locality: elegantly fitted: up; large stock; good grocery business: large bar trade: 6 nice liv- ing-rooms: rent low*, owner must sell on account of other business In the country. M. LESS, 6 Fourth st. ■ f ■' ;- . . '- : ; . . ■ ' : tfl.l-C BRANCH BAKERY AND DELI- «4T-'--'O. cacvsfre best location in the Mis- sion: 3 nice living-rooms; rent only $12; value In sight. M. LESS, 5 Fourth st. <a*r;^n restaurant: GOOD LOCATION; «Jj)OOU. magnificently furnished throughout; rent low: dome a fine paying business; well-estab- lished trade: rare c ance. M. LES**, 5 Fourth st. $1 n/i A CORNER GROCERY, BAR AND iff) 1 UUU. small boarding-house; best poss'ble location; sells 10 barrels beer per week: fine whis- ky trade: rent reasonable: long lease; large ceiiar. yard. era: present owner there 14 years: easily worth double .mount asked; offered so cheap on account of death. M. LE-S, 6 Fourth st. Ofel^n BRANCH BAKERY. NOTION AND «jpl«)l/. cigar store: 1 block from Market su; ft nice living-rooms; rent low; good place. M. LESS, 5 Fourth st. $*/Fin NOTION, TINWARE, HARDWARE - 00, and shoe store; ' good location across the bay; rent only $7: living-rooms; va ue In sight. M LESS, a Fourth sU S >(\f\ CIGAR- STORE ON PRINCIPAL iUU. street north of Market, near. Market: well stocked: pa vine well; good reasons for sell- ing. M. LESS, 5 Fourth st. ffl.l7r LAUNDRY ROUTE; HAS "GOOD, W-X I O. steady paying lot of customers:: good horse and wagon; best cta*s of trade M. LEsS, 5 Fourth st. sail AAA COFFEE SALOON AND CHOP* «IPIUUU. bouse in best location on one. of the liveliest streets: one block north of Market; most magnificently furnished business of this kind In this city: Is doing a business that would justify an investment of $2000. M. LESS, 6 Fourth st. , LIVERY AND BOARDING STABLE; FINE location good lot of horses, buggies, rocka- ways. hacks, etc. ; fine large place; every conveni- ence: 2 separate entrances; cheap rent: good transient and regular trade. M. LESS. 6 Fourth. SALOON AND MILK DAIRY; FoRMAN AND wife: cheap; city. City Business Exchange, 24% ihlrdsL ■ OYSTEB BTAND; MUST SELL: BENT cheap; make offer. City Rusiuess Exchange, 241/2 - bird .« : ' ■ dt/IAA ROOMING-HOUSE: 9 BOOMS: ALL *JpT:"s.'. full: investigate. City Business Ex- change, 24% Third st. " ' ' .. <ftPAA RESTAURANT AND OYSTER* •Jp OUU.. house: Investigation allowed. .City Business Exchange, 24V« Thiid -t. ©QAA SALOON WITH LIVING-ROOMS, «JpOUU. City Bu.iness Exchange, *^4% Third sU ffiftAA GROCERY AND BAR: FINE BUSI- -tjpUUU. ness for man and wife. 24% Third st. fljj-l CC BRANCH BAKERY. CANJSY AND «Ip JL I O. notions store; best location; good .busi- ness. BASILE A CO., 873% Market St. •st 1 AAA TO BAKERS;* COUNTRY BAK- •JpxUUU. 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 A CO.. 873% r Market su "VTOTICE— DO YOU WANT TO .SELL OR c EX- Xi change your business, or do you want a part- ner? If so see GUS STRAND. 1032 Market st. ffl.Q'Tfk PARTNER WANTED IN MANU- «J)O«JU. factoring business: will clear $100 * month each; no experience necessary. ' See STRAND, 1032 Market st. V '„. V OOK! 80-ACRE RANCH IN NAPA TO EX ' change for grocery and bar. saloon or other business. STRAND, 1032 Market st,' .. $ ••>r v / 1 RESTAURANT: CLEARS- OVER -OVf. tliiO a month: must sell. STRAND, 1032 Market sU . >>• '* o • ffij'JXn GROCERY AND BAR:'. 3 ROOMS; «JrOUU. rent $9; good business: full value la-' sight: great bargain.. SiTia'ND, 1032. Market st. <&.;^i, SAIOON; CLEARS. $75 A MONTH: «JP^UV. cheap at $500 STRAND, 1082 Market. fljj II) A A SHOEBTOReI WELL"- ESTAB. «jpH'V7'.r. lished ant paying shoe business lv the city of Oakland; stock is clean and regular; no auction goods; central location: low rent: fix- tures included: owner going souih; offers Indu ments. Particulars at J. B. M.HAN's, 509 Kear- ny sU 0:"! 90n BEST-PAYING BUTCHER-SHOP ■iPI-ivO. in Western Addition, clearing $160 ' to $200 monthly; 2 horses, 2 cans, cash register, i fine fixtures; bears thorough investigation. Ap- I p.y WILKE. 783 Market su BAHBEH-S..OP: LARGE DOUBLE BASIN, gas fixtures, watercloset and water heater al- ready in; best location in city: near corner Powell and Ellis. Appy 107 Kills st. Healy's bargains, this week, 917 Markets!.: ... $400— Partner in grocery and bar, N. MarkeU $400 Parner in restaurant and grill room. $350— Liquor saloon near Sixth and Market sts. $ 160— Coffee-house, bakery, notions, etc. • ffl-VCA partner wanted in WELLES- tjp.-'tJU. tablished business that is clearing $18 to $26 a week each: which will be proven by a trial before yon buy: no previous experience - necessary; trade can be doubled by aid of reliable man. 410 Kearny st, room 4. • ...INER OF 10 YEARS' EXPERIENCE .'I would like to meet party who would advance him $1000 to go to Alaska: can give security on small ranch worth $^000 and half Interest in' prospects. Address box 62. P. O. Capitols. GOOD CHANCE; PORK AND DELICACIES, notion and laundry office; cheap. Apply this office. . / > ROCERY AND BAR FOR SALE. INQUIRE U 732 Devisadero su ' LONDYKE— WANTED FOR Alaska by young lady. Room 2, 223 Post su PARTNER IN PLUMBING BUSINESS; small capital required. Apply Call Office. .',',. For sale or to rent— saloon fully equipped. Inquire 204 Eighth su . ©Q/IH WANTED— reliable MAN Willi lipoyjyj. $300 to take the exclusive sale of two fast-selling horse specialties: unlimited demand; 160 per cent profit; no possible chance of loss. Call room 64. Buss House. WANTED— BaKEBY IN LIVELY COUNTRY " town; state particulars. BRENDtL, 828 Twentieth su, Oakland. ALASKA- WANTED 6 RELIABLE PARTIES to join party going there, Room 37, 126 Kearny st. RARE CHANCE— SII,OOO; % CASH, BAL* ance easy terms: grocery and saioon business: Income, paying $3000 per annum: will sell for $6000, less than cost on account of immediate de- parture; this is your opportunity; Investigate at onco. Apply THOMAS A. SMITH, 1,601 Park su, Alameda. RESTAURANT; NICELY FITTED UP; NEW .■ rench range; good location: 7 well-furnished rooms: other business; will sell at sacrifice. G., box 92, Call Office. ALOON— FINELY FITTED UP AND WELL stocked: clearing easily $100 monthly: must positively be sold this week: make offer; best reasons for sacrificing: this Is a nona-fide bargain; every investigation allowed. Apply 317 East su GOOD-PAYING HOTEL BUSINESS; LONG- established; half interest $500*. whole $1000. Address Cosmopolitan Hotel. Petalnma djj.l- I, RESTAURANT: A FURNISHED . cr —tf •. rooms; cheap renu 1218 Point Lobos aye., near Geary-st carhouse. LD E TABL.SHED CUsTOM SHOEsTORa" for sale; good 1 cation; good trade. Apply Branch Ca 1 Office. 339 Hayes s:. Cl.orjA FINE SALOON; GOOD LOCATION; tJ-UU, cheap rent: must selL leaving city. 805 Howard su CIORNER SALOON AND CIGAR STAND FOR > sale. 1100 Kentucky, cor. 18th, Potrero. 1 ESTABLISHED GROCERY. WITH OUTSIDE J trade: good opportunity. ' B. P., box 30, CaH. BARGAIN FOR A MAN WITH SMALL CAP- ital — A first-class restaurant In good location. Inquire of owner, 1309 1 a»tro st. ANTED— GOOD COUNTRY SALOON; NOT " too near to city. Address W. C, box 108, Call Office. . IpiNE-PAYiNG corner grocery and X bar; kept by present owner for 15 years: good chance for 2 young men. Apply call Office. VERY EKST H SULTS OBTAINED BY placing your irdglnc-nouses, saloons, candy, stores, etc.. with si ree * Crrsswell, 721 Howard. (J A LOON -FOR SALE CHEAP; BENT $12; O Ire- water. 1306 ML sion St. I.XPRESS BUSINESS; ESTABLISHED 18 AY( years; cor. Post *nd Larkln. for sale; good horse and wagon; owner retiring.- inquire gro- cery., Y"OUNQ LADY (SMALL CAPITAL) WANTS X gentleman partner. 9 Powel', room 8, 2d floor. YOUNG GERMAN WIDOW WIsHKS GEN- X tie-van partner. Apply 111 Geary st., Toom 2. Qt/irWl SEWING-MACHINE STORK; GOOD fJPzt\J\J. chance for smart man. 1659 Market. PORTLAND i AGENCY i HIS PAPER. « IN. quire una office, or at 133 Third su, Pcrtlaai Oregon. A \uS££&,S m FOR 5 CENTS -TUB a. WEEKLY CALL, in wraooer. for- malllns.- i' ' BgBBBH y PROFESSIONAL ; CARDS. JOHN E. RICHARDS, LAW OFFICES. ROOMS "26 and 27, Crocker building; telephone Mala 76, ban Francisco, CaL .