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THE ALIBI
HAS BEEN
EXPLODED
Mrs. Craven Executes a
Coup That Staggers
Her Opponents.
WAS SCHNEIDER'S BOOK JUGGLED?
Stationer Jossa Completely Up
sets the Liveryman's
Evidence.
MITCHELL ESSAYS THE IIYPMTIC.
Mrs. Williams Says She Saw Pair With
Notary Oooney on That Eventful
27th of September.
Mrs. Nettie R. Craven had an inning in
her defense in Judge Slack's court yester
day that certainly entitled her to her flush
of triumph.
Not only did Notary Cooney reach the
end ot his long and relentless cross
examination without being even so much
as ruffled by his would-be destroyers, but
his exit was followed by some powerful
evidence in support of the lady's claim
that Senator Fair did execute the now dis
puted deeds to $1,000,000 worth of property
and aid deliver them, or, to be more cor
rect, caused them to be delivered to her.
The day opened with Cooney again on
the stand. The closing features of his
cross-examination partook rather of repe
tition than sensation. In consequence,
nothing new was developed. He reiterated
Bis former statement that he never met
Mrs. Craven until after the present pro
ceeding in court began. He was intro
duced to her by Attorneyßuef. Mrs. Craven
said she thought it was about time she
knew him, and thanked him for standing
up under the threats and intimidations of
the other side. Cooney also detailed a con
versation he had with D. M. Delmas, the
leading counsel for the defense. That
gentleman, he said, asked him if there
could be any possibility of his being mis
taken as to the acknowledgment of the
disputed deeds by Fair, and the witness
assured him that there was absolutely no
such possibility.
Carlos A. Jossa, a San Rafael stationer,
was then called to the stand. In answer
to questions asked by Mr. Ruef, he said
he was engaged in business across the b «y
from the spring of 1891 to the fall of 1895.
Mr. Ruef showed him the cash boot or
"beat" book of the livery stable keeper,
W. D. Schneider of San Rafael the book
which contains certain entries tending to
corroborate the plaintiff's theory that
Senator Fair was in Pan Rafael on the
24th ol September, 1894, and therefore
could not Dave been on this side of the
bay 'o write the "pencil" will, as asserted
by Mrs. Craven and Mrs. Haskins. Jossa
said he could identify the book by means
of certain private marks, as being one of
a lot he had in stock in January, 1894.
He sold it to Schneider after thai date.
The strong point of Jossa's evidence was
the fact that he was able to state posi
tively that he did not purchase this par
ticular book and place it in stock until
January 22, 1894. Schneider's entries in
the boos begin away back in 1892, so it ap
pears that the cigar-dealer's accounts can
not be genuine. Jossa's testimony is a
heavy blow to the Fair alibi. When
Schneider was on the stand he testified
that hi* book commenced and the very
first entry on the front page is November
27, 1892. Jossa testifies that the book did
not come into his possession until 1894,
and the words "January 22, 1894" were
written in the book at the time Schneider
bought it Schneider further testified
that he went into the livery business live
or six years ago, between 1891 and 1892:
that he commenced keeping this book
when he commenced business and on the I
date that is first written on the book, J
namely the 27th of November, 1892.
Jossa was not even cross-examined. It
was too severe a shock for the counsel for
the heirs.
William Hennessy, who was formerly
janitor of the Mission Grammar School,
was then called to the chair. He is the
man who acted as messenger tor Senator
Fair, when the latter, after acknowledging
the disputed deeds, sent them to Mrs.
Craven.
Counsel for the heirs protested against
the hearing of Hennessy, saying that it
should first be shown that he knew tbe
package he delivered contained deeds, be
fore he was allowed to say he delivered
anything. There was a long argument
on their part in support of their position,
but the court ruled that the janitor could
tell at least a part of his story.
"Did you know Senator Fair?" asked
Mr. Ruef.
"I did," replied Hennessy.
"Did you see him in the month of De
cember," 1894?"
"I did. I saw him at the Lick House.
I had a note to him from Mrs. Craven.
After he read it ne gave me a Jong envel
ope containing some papers and told me
to take them to Mrs. Craven."
When the witness was asked what was
said by Senator Fair and himself on that
occasion the attorneys for the plaintiffs
were all on their feet again, loaded with
argument and oratory conjured up for the
possible purpose of keeping out evidence
which was certain to develop into being a
stout bulwark for the defense. Mr. Del
mas replied to them, and with such con
vincing logic that the court overruled the
objections and directed Hennessy to go
ahead.
"All the Senator said was to tell me "to
take the package 10 Mrs. Craven," said
the witness. "It was a long envelope,
sealed, and I could feel that there was
some sort of a package in it, but of
course I could not tell what it was."
Hennessy was now passed over to Mr.
Mitchell for cross-examination. He said
he «i as first appointed janitor in the School
Department in 1868. He did not serve
continuously, being ousted now and then
by hostile administrations. He served
tbe last time at the Mission Grammar in
1895. The first time he met M.s. Craven
was when she became principal of that
school. While he served under her he
deliverei a great many messages to Sen
ator Fair for Mrs. Craven and carried
many back to the lady from the Senator.
Some of the notes he get from Mrs. Craven
he delivered to Senator Fair in the latter's
office and others at tbe Lick House.
The witness was directed to describe in
detail the location of the Senator's office
and the spot upon which Fair stood when
he received the note, in reply to which he
sent the deeds to Mrs. Craven. *
Attorney Mitchell waxed quite melo
dramatic while crossfiring this witness. He
essayed the hypnotic, too, by fastening
bis opal-like orbs on Hennessy in the cus
tomary manner for bringing about a con
dition of collapse, and hissing the ques
tions like a real stag* villain. Ail that
■ .....
was lacking to make the spectacle com
plete, aside from a little of the orthodox
"chills-and-fever*' music, was the toppling
of the Hennessy. But this matter-of-fact
individual seemed to be wholly oblivious
of the awful spell that was beinir thrown
over him and went on answering the
queries as comfortably as if he were un
dergoing nothing more serious than a
Sunday-school catechism. Hi» evidence
was not shaken. V"
. Charles M. Sadler, a wholesale stationer,
took the stand and corroborated the evi
dence of Witness Jossa regarding the pur
chase of Schneider's cashbook in January,
1895. 1--/.1::
Mrs. Catherine T. Williams, who keeps
the Pennsylvania Hotel on the Potrero,
was now "called. She testified that she
had known Senator lair by sight for
twenlv years.
"Did you see Senator Fair on the 27th
of September, 1894?" aske.l Mr. Ruof.
"I did," replied the lady.
This was the day on which Senator Fair
acknowledged the disputed deeds before
Notary Cooney.
Mrs! Williams said that on that day she
saw the Senator on Montgomery street
and saw him go into Notary Cooney's
office. She wanted to see the Senator in
order to have him assist her in getting
some of the men from the Pacific Rolling
Mills to board with her. She waited for
him while he was busy with Cooney. She
saw bim band some papers to Cooney and
noticed^ that some business was being
transacted between the men.
The cross-examination of the lady was
interrupted by an order of adjournment
until Monday. Before the jurors left their
seats several oi them appealed to Judge
Slack to have the trial proceed hereafter
more expeditiously. They said they were
getting weary if the ion - siege. The court
and the attorneys promised to use their
every effort in the future to gratify the
desire of the jurors.
A CKOOKED JOURNALIS
W. W. Wyman, Alias A. B. Stanton,
Arrested for Passing a Fictitious
Check.
A. B. Stanton, whose real name is W.
W. Wyman, was arrested in Oakland yes
terday by Detective Anthony and Police
man W. Coleman and brought to the City
Prison, where he was booked on the felony
charge of passing a fictitious check.
The complaining witness against him is
L H. Cohn, 116 Ellis street, who alleges
that on March 14 Wyman called at his
place, saying he was in a hurry to catch
the train for San Jose, and asked him to
cash a check for bim. The check was for
$33, drawn by John Krolt in favor of Ed
ward " McLau on the Columbian
.Banking Company.
Cohn cashed the check, and next day,
when he took it to the bank, he found
that Kroft was unknown there, and that
McLaughlin had been dead for some
time.
Wyman is an ex-convict In Novem
ber, 1889, he was sentenced in Los An
geles to two years iv San Quentin lor
sending an obscene letter through the
mails. He was then a "journalist" in
Los Angeles. Prior to that .he had com
mitted forgery in Napa, and as soon as he
had served his two years' sentence he was
arrest.-d for the Napa forgery, and on
August 2, 1891, he was sent to San Quen
tin for seven years.
He was releas ; d in May, last year, and
went to San Jose, where be was arrested
for burglary, but the prosecution failed to
secure a conviction.
THAT PAKE BRANDY.
Dockery Testified in the Case Before
the Commissioner.
The preliminary examination of James
P. Dockery on a charge of obstructing the
Collector of the Fort in the discharge of
his duty while shipping out of this port a
quantity of adulterated brandy, was re
sumed yesterday morning before Com
missioner Heacock. Several witnesses were
examined, but nothing new or important
was elicited.
Inspector Dockery took the stand and
testified that he had been informed that
the goods which he seized were in bond,
bnt there were no seals on them or on the
cars.
The examination will be resumed at 10
o'clock this morning. j
HOTEL AEEIVALS.
NEW WESTERN HOTEL.
A M Arnold, Couliervill D smith, Santa Rosa
W Chilkea, Suisun J Sheehau, Loudon
A Mi-Hugh, U S N L Prince, Tacoma
F A Culbertson. UIK J C Hill, Whatcom
E Kellenberger, US N Mrs X Shaeffer, Hawaii
R Harlow, Fresno P J Heisei, santa Rosa
M J Franks, Visalia J A King, Sail Lake
COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL.
F White & w, San Diego Wm Harper, Stockton
S D Croup, w & sn, Cal G E Hall, lowa
J O'Reilly, N V Mrs Hadden, Gi'roy
W S Beckwetts, Merced J it Fesler, Ky
C s Stanton, Arbuckle Z J Wltten, Vlsalla
John Young, Beutcla J uiblln, Sierravllle
J J Casey, ■>lerravllle C 11 Marks, Merced
H Gates. Fresno S J Oates. Fresno
Mrs J B orris & fm, Cal C N Weaver, Delano
Daisy Hurst, Idaho A E Smith, Ariz
J H Shine, Sonora Mrs S F Dore, Stockton
Miss M Gibbons. Sonora Mrs T E Turner, Gilroy
8 .. Turner, Kansas City
BALDWIN HOTEL.
W H Pepper, Los oatos J P Harris. San Jose
E Harris, Oakland J E Whlssen. L ..n.-eles
S Weinhiimer, St Louis E Riper?, Boston
J Wolfrom, Tulare E rj m shipman, Chicago
H W Jehus* w, S Jose Jas McCudden, Vallejo
A Bettlns, Byron Sprjs Miss McCudden, Valiejo
C H Gllbertson.ohio John \v aoamiia, Ohio
M D Young. Valiejo G J Koenig, san Jose
J P Davis. Los Angeles W H Miller, Ukiah
John Carroll A w, Ukiah Sam late, t-acto
W H Blake. : tockion May spargo, sacto
Miss Mary Ryan, lreland Mr Brown, Alameda
Jack Dunmure, Md J L Main, Main's Circus
LICK HOUSE.
A WHkomm, San Jose C J York, Downlevlllo
E Pardey, Grass Valley E Hartwell A fy.Newmn
Mrs A J Allei.-NevUty J H Hbsklds, Stockton
Miss W A Mulloy, Cal Mrs F M Fellows, Stktn
Mrs M A Ferguson, Cal . F M Fellows Jr.ntocktoo
Miss Ferguson, Cal C R Busline!!, Sto Cruz
J Simpson, Eureka M E Sanborn, Yuba City
Mrs J BMcGee, Or T T Cower, London
it c urns worth. Cal H Stevenson, Rossland
B G Goodrich. B C Miss Corey, San Jose
P Hlrshfelu & w, Cal Miss S corey. Sau Jose
T Kayser, Toiclo Miss Hood, Santa Rosa
AM McDonald, Sonora Miss Smith. Santa i.osa
A W Clarke &w, Cal W X Brown, Kings City
1 Copeland, Vallecito
PALACE HOTEL.
F T Sutherland, Cal H T Dlllenberg, Md
J W Smith, Lai F W Bolzendaol, Milwak
W T Korn, Milwaukee G Maisa, Japan
M Harley, N V F Anderson, U 8 N
J A Fitch, lowa Mrs Fitch A chn, lowa
H Stephanv. Berlin L B Bean, Los Gatos
BRKlttridge<tevalet,NY W. Eddy, N V
H A Ferris. Chlco J M Taylor, Chlco •::-" i
H R Plate, Palo Alto P H Johnson, Palo Alto
F C I.usk. Chico C A Key ser, Los Angeles
A Bee. c Chicago W A Gordon, Portland
B 1' Buel, Cal Miss Lutchins, Jersey Cy
Miss V> ray, Pa J J Llnson, Kingston
E Kaufman, St Louis Q F King, NY
D S Rosenbaura, stockn N W Alexander, Lodie
8 McMurtree.S L • blspo D Stone, Chicago
A M tserwevine, Chicago Mrs Bergevine, Chicago
Q F Ilemberger. NY - W L Gill, San Jose
Mrs W L GUI, San Jose
GRAND HOTEL.
W F Knox, Sacto A C Traver, fait Lake
Mrs D L Deal, Paso Rob W P McFaul. Ukiah
I, R Jones, Lklah Mr Mitchell A w.oaklnd
W Rodgers, Oakland W W F- ote, Oakland
C L Llpman Aw, Sacto F Porter, Cal ;
C B Pinkbam, £a&.o A BShaw. Chicago .y.^"
A J shannon, Chicago Miss shannon, Chicago
G A Relfer, Chicago C 8 Rogers, Anaheim .
Mrs Thomas. New York Miss Tiioiuhs. Mew York
Miss Eills, New York Mrs Adamson, N V
B H Coneadl, Baltimore o Weinlngstat.Baltimore
J A Fitch & f, lowu C M Wright. Los Angeles
Frank Wulff A J, Colusa W E Mack, Chico
A Washburn & f, S Jose Mrs Cadwalader, S Jose
W A Morrisey. Stockton l, R Bean, Los Gatos
W Husband A w,Kelsey Miss Husband, Keiaey
Miss L Pierce, Chicago H C Davy, C.i.isioga
B M Spencer, sta Rosa EE Hall, King Ci y
D D Whitiin A w, Sucto O H I. milling Jackson
L L Emery. Angels Mrs W Dale, Freeland
C Bryan. Diamond Spgs L M Lasell, Martinez
X C Anderson, Sacto W Hilton, Glen Ellen
F Wright, san Dleeo J C Hall, Redlands
J H Topley, Vallejo EJLiD', Washington
G Mlsner, Sacto Mrs H Drew, San Berdno
Dr T Flint, san Just W J McNulty, sacto
W Berson, Chicago / ;' .'-/^T. Z^:^
SAN f-KANCISCO "CALL."*
BUSINESS OFFICE of the San Fran Cisco Cali^
-710 Market street, open until 12 o'clock: every
night In the year. * : V""
BRANCH OFFICES-527 Montgomery street,
corner Clay; open until 9:30 o'clock. - '. r?
S3P Hayes street, open until 9:3o o'clock.
615 1 arkln street: open until 9:30 o'clock.
SW. corner Sixteenth and Mission streets; open
until 9 o'clock. 'vV'^^v:':" •
2518 Mission street, open until 9 o'clock.
167 Ninth street; open until 9:30 o'clock.
1505 Polk street; open until 9:30 o'clock
NW. corner Twenty-second • and Kentucky
streets; open till 9 o'clock.
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, 1597.
KOTICE OF MEETINGS.
B^S» r ERBA BUENA LODGE OF PER- _ \
tS^' fection No. I— Kegular meeting *©*
THIS (FKIDAY) EVENING, . ngust 13, A
at 8 o'c ock. D. 4. GEO J. HOBE, &&
Secretary. treSSa
fSS 3 OFFICERS AND MEMBERS '
"f^ of California Kebekah Lodge^3'jysKi.Je.
No. 1, I. O. O. : F. , are requested to -JSajS^Sr
meet in Welcome Hall on FRIDAY, .- ■ ' ? " w
August 13 at 9 o'clock a. 11 sharp, to attend the
funeral rf our late sister, MINNA HAKTMAN.
By order of M. KELLY, N. G.
frABAH Patterson. R. S.
RSS= SIR WALTER SCOTT'S AS-, SJ - X*.
&-& niversary— he ?«t. Andrew's so-^V £*$</
clety will celebrate the 126 th aunt- >N»vl£*
versary of the birth of the "Wizard of '♦jSHs
the North" on FRIDAY EVENING, August 13,
In Scottish Hall, 105 Lark-in st Irving M. Scott
Esq. will deliver an address on the works of the
poet, -01123, readings, etc., from the works of Sir
Walter Scott will be rendered by the following
well-known artists: Misses Doble, Gordon,
Keane, Judd, Wright, Manning, Noble sisters and
Ayers sisters; Messrs. Coffin, Fleming, Laurence,
Evans. Parent Jr. and Captain R. B. Scott.: Lit-
erary at 8 o'clock; dancing at 10. Admission, ' Joe.
«KS= THERE WILL BE A MEETING OF
= » r the General Committee of the Lincoln
Monument League to-night at 8 o'clock sharp at
Washington Hal., 35 Eddy si., to perfect arrange-
ments for the public i. oeting at Metropolitan
Temple on SATURDAY NIGHT, August 14.
W. W. STONE, President.
Feed J. Pkck. Secretary. '>^' .".;..
_
UTS* CHEAPEST AND BEST IN AMERICA-
S' THE WEEKLY CALL, sent to any address
In the United States or Canada one year for $1 60,
postage free.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
fitTS* FOR '-NT— 3 LARGE CONN CTING
wPfr rooms, size 36x36 each, on the second floor
In the Pioneer building, -4 Fourth St.; suitable
for ciubrooms or business purposes. Apply at 6
Pioneer place.
KS" 'THEY ARE CLOSING OUT, DRESS
SrJ5 F goods, corsets, hosiery, underwear, bet-
spreads, towels, table-covers, laces, embroidery,
linings, trimmings, vellinss, etc., very cheap ai
Pioneer Dry-..00ds store, 105 Fifth st.
tfT^r' 100J BUSINESS CARDS PRINTED,
Vr^St 91 60; wedding worK . HILL, 2j1 /P Geary.
JJ-^S- TURKISH CABINET BATHS FOR
if gents and ladies. H. 11, 120*6 Geary st.
•TS* BAD TENANTS EJECTED FOR *4:
BF-*? collections mode: aty or country. Pacific
Collection Co.. 415 Montgy st.. room 6: tel. 6680.
m^S* EWELL'S DAIRY Is NOW LOCATED
C at 23d and Folsom sts. Tel. White 271.
DIVIDEND NOTICES.
B3B» DIVIDEND NOTICE— DIVIDEND NO
$*<£? 46 (30 cents per share) of the Hutchinson
- ugar Plantation Company will be payable at the
office of thecomoany, 327 Market street, on and
after Friday, August 20, 1897. Transfer books
will close Saturday, August 14. 1897, at 12 o'clock ;
M. E. 11. SH ELD >N. Secretary.
SITUATIONS WANTKU-FKMALE.
pOMPETENT SWEDISH HOUSEWORK
\J girl desires a situation in the country; best of
reference. MISS CULLEN, 323 suiter sL
"VTEAT YOUNG GEKMAN GIRL DKSIRES
-Li situation at housework; $10 to $15; refer-
ences. MISS CULLEN, 323 .-utter st.
VJEAT, REFINED SECOND GIRL DESIKES
-Li situation: references; $15. MISS CULLEN,
323 Suiter st
COMPETENT AND REFINED GERMAN
woman desires situation as nursery governess
and seamstress; caw cut and fit: or as house-
keeper or any position of trust: best reference;
city or country. MISS CULLEN, 323Suiorst.
STRONG YOUNG OIRL WISHES A SITUA-
tion 10 do housework; has lived in Jewish fam-
ilies; 2 years' reference. Apply to MRS. HIKD,
721 Ellis sl Telephone Sutter 52.
STRONG SWEDISH HOUSEOIRL; GOOD
O cook aua laundress: 3 years last place; city or
country. MRS. G. NORTON, 316 Sutter.
SWEDISH LAUNDRESS, WITH REFER-
ence, desires a situation. J. F. CROSETT A
CO., 316 Sutter st, : :'. V^'*-
EMPLOYMENT OFFICE— MRS. LAMBERT,
417 Powell st. (tel. Main 5332), furnishes best
help of all nationalities
/COMPETENT, . TRUSTWORTHY WOMAN
\J wishes to do washing. Ironing, cooking or
honsecleanlng by the day; best references. M RB.
M CURTIS, 3369 Twenty-sixth sL, nr Mission.
AMERICAN PROTESTANT WOMAN
wants a situation to do general housework; Is
a good rook and laundress; no objection to short
distance in the country. C. P.. box 117, Call.
"yOUNG SWEDISH OIRL WISHES POSI-
-1 tlon to do second work and plain sewing: good
references (all 3 Pfeiffsr st . bet. Stockton and
Dupout, Francisco and Chestnut. .
RELIABLE WOMAN, GOOD COOK AND
laundress, WAnts housework in tbe city or
across the bay. Call or address H. L., 648 Valen-
cia st.; no cards.
YOUSO GERMAN WOM • N WANTS SITUA-
X lion t<> help clean house, wash or Iron by the
day. 277 Dore sL
"VJEAT, RELIABLE YOUNG WIDOW WISHES
jLx position as ■ ompanion or housekeeper. Ad-
dress X., box 136, Call office.
y r OL"NO GILL WISHES SITUATION TO DO
A upstairs work and sewing. 1216V2 Bryant sL
COMPETENT WOMAN WISHES WORK BY
the day: Is lirst-class cook and laundress 662
Stevenson sL. near Seventh.
ITUATION WANTED BY. SCANDINAVIAN
O gin 10 do general housework. Call at 150.1
Golden Gate aye.
OMPETENT BOOKKEKFER WANTS A
COMPETENT BOOKKEKFER WANTS A
position: wages reasonable; good references.
Address B. H., box 169, Call.
GERMAN GIRL. SPEAKING ENGLISH,
would like to do housework and help with
cooking with American people. 1231/2 sixth sL
GERMAN GIRL WISHES POSITION AS
cook. Room 64, Prescott House, Kearny
sL, near Bro dway.
RESPECTABLE WOMAN WISHES BITUA-
iI Hon to do general house work; giod cook and
laundress: many years' reference- 864 Jessie sL'
\ r ill" LADY (STRANGER) DESIRES A
A housekeeper's place; bachelor's or widower's
tome preferred. 120Va Geary st., room 2. . „3.
REFINED YOUNG LADY WANTS HOUSE-
-1 keeper's place; city or country. 17 Stockton
St., room 32. ■:".""'*.'
VOIXG WIDOW WI-HES SITUATION AS
J- hou<ekeeper: widowers or bachelor's home
preferred, 126 Fourth st, room 21, second floor.
yODNO EASTERN LADY WITH sMALL
1 capital, out of a position, would like a businesi
partner. 9 Powell St., 100 m 8.
COMPETENT GIRL WISHES A SITUATION
J to do general housework and cooking. Please
call 'i' 27 Hayes st. ;*• /.J.
WANTED— SITUATION BY A COMPETENT
girl to do general housework; good cook. Call
912 Clay St., Oakland.
AMERICAN MIDDLE-AGED WIDOW, UN-
' lncumbered; wishes position as lady's com-
panion or housekeeper for wi lower or bachelor:
city or country; understands all branches Of
housekeeping and managing children; references.
Address A. M , box 2, Call Office.
REFINKD YOUNG LADY, SPEAKING SKY-
Xt eral languages, good reader, writer, needle-
woman, and ot centle disposition, desires position
as companion or lady's maid. Please address MISS
8., box 5, Call Office. -5/ :-
ERMAN LADY, WHO SPEAKS FRENCH.
has had good experience, would like posit. on
as housekeeper or lady's companion; will assist at
sewing and handwork. Address SE. cor. Baker
and Lombard sis.
yOUNO WIDOW DESIRES POSITION AS
A companion or housekeeper. 121 Montgomery
sl , room 8.
OUNG PARISIAN WIDOW OF EXCEP-
llonal experience . desires olace as working
housekeeper; hotel or widower's home preferred
Room 31, 1122 Market st.
WIDOW, STRANGER, .WOULD LIKE
work by. the day or housekeeper tor widower;
city or country; plain sewing and mending. Call
821 Mission St.. room 3. - :-v
YOUNG GERMAN OIRL OF SOME EXPERI-
x ence wan permanent housekeeper's place in
summer resort or widower's home. Room 11
223 Post st
OR*!,; MISSION _ SUBSCRIPTIONS AND
_«J —I 1 want ads taken tor THB CALL. '
COMPETENT DRESSMAKER WISHES
\J work at home or by the nay; fit guaranteed;
terms reasonable. 161 Chattanooga st-
STRONG GERMAN WOMAN WISHES WORK
by the day. G. w., box 16.', Call Office.
RELIABLE WOMAN WISHES WASHING
and ironing -by the day In private family.
113 Lexington aye. : i »-;--
GIRL WISHES TO DO LIGHT HOUSEWORK
Call 1277 Hayes st. f- v V
IDDLK-AGED WOMAN WOULD LIKE
situation in smalt store of some kind: will
work early and lat -, but must sleep home. .- Ad-
dress L. M., 424 Fulton st., or call alter 6 P. m '•■;-..
CHILDREN'S DRESSMAKER, UNDER-
stands remodeling, also fancy costumes, desires
work in mmi i».; highest references given. G. D.
M., box 49, CaL.
PROTECTANT WOMAN DESIKES SITUA-
tion to assist In housework, take care invalid
or children. 142 Lt, Fourth su ,
FVTV ATIONS WANTEn-Cnnt|nn»*.
EXPERIENC D GIRL WISHES SITUA . lON
XJ in small family to do general housework: good
reference if required. Please call at 8550 . Twen-
ty-Second st • : * - ■ -:. r ;' ; j '""
YOUNG LADY SPEAKING AND WRITING
X French would like position as clerk, bookkeep-
er or office work., P. T.. box 18. Call.
WAN _BY A WIDOW, PLACE ON
»» ranch as working housekeeper: good cook,
laundress, milker and experienced butter-maker;
best city reference. Address I. V. C, i 42 Minna.,
yOUNG FRENCH LADY, HAVING SEV-
X eral years experience as housekeei er, wants a
place; lodging-hou^e or bachelor's home preferred.
R. 1., 223 Post st.
f»l F. LARKIN— BRANCH OFFICE OF THE
vi o CALL. Subscriptions and want ads taken.
YOUNG GIRL, 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£E3£
YOUNG SOUTHERN LADY WISHES POST-
X Hon as housekeeper; city or country. Call 234
O'Farrell st, rooms 4-5.
YOUNG WOMAN RECENTLY FROM EM)-
X land wishes a position as housekeeper for
bachelor or widower. 117 Eddy st, room 1.
EASTERN WIDOW WOULD LIKE POSITION
as housekeeper; widower's home preferred.
28^ sixth st, room 6.
YOUNG WIDOW, SITUATION AS HOCBE-
X keeper for bachelor or widower, or will do plain
mending. 106 Fourth st, r. 2, ,
YOUNG LADY' WISHES a POSITION as
housekeeper; city or country. 36Va Geary st,
room lb.
E.MAN WIDOW FROM THE EAST WISH-
es 10 make herself useful in general. Call after
12 it at 120 a Eddy st, room 2.
YOUNG PARISIAN WIDOW IN REDUCED
X circumstances wants a housekeeper's position;
no objection to country. Rooms 10 and 11, 122
Post st
YOUNG GERMAN WIDOW WISHES PART-
X ncr to go to Alaska; small capital required.
Call 111 Geary st., room 2.
OXO/j MISSION _ SUBSCRIPTIONS AND
— >J— want ads taken for The Call.
EAT YOUNG GERMAN GIRL, RECENTLY
Xi from the East, would like a housekeeper's
place, or would do plain mending. 207 Post, rra. 8.
SITUATIONS WANTED MAI.B.
CHINESE A JAPANESE; EST' D 20 YEARS;
help;teLmaln 1997. BRADLEY A Ci). .640 Clay
HUNTER A CO.. CHINESE AND JAPANESE
emp. office, 614y California St., tel. main 231.
JAPANESE EMPLOYMENT BUxiEAU, 709
uieary st Tel. Sutter 2125.
hinf;se and JAPANESE EMPLOYMENT
office; best help. 4 14 Vis O'Farrell. Tel. E. 426. /
ITUATION BY JEWISH YOUNG MAN,
with many years' experience in clothing line:
small wages: best of references four weeks' serv-
ices gratis.^ A. 8., box 1, Call Office.
YOUNG MAN WANTS SITUATION; ANY
X kind of work; city or country; understands
horses and garden; furnish reference. Address J.
A. MACDONAI.D, 214 Third St.
OUNO MAN OF ABILITY AND EDUCA-
X tlon desires office work of any kind; small
salary to start It chance for increase; references
given. B. E;., box 160, Call.
EXPERIENCED FARMER AND FRUIT-
-2 erower; good carpenter and general handy
man; good references. C. G., box 128, Call.
SITUATION AS COACHMAN IN A PRIVATE
c i place; can milk and do general work; refer-
ences given, coachman, box 93, CalL
AS MILKER AND BUTTE. .-MAKER IN
small dairy, or fruit-picker and packer, or
dishwasher. G. E. W., 227 Second st
EXPERIENCED BAKERY-WAGON OK de-
livery-wagon driver wants situation. Driver,
box 37. Call.
WANTED —TO DO GENERAL HOUSE-
>' work; good washer; can also clean carpets:
also gardening and painting; good recommenda-
tions. F. H. MURRAY, room 5, Colton House,
220 Third st.
'"UTANTED— BY MIDDLE-AGED MAN SITU-
" a: ion around private place: understands care
of horses: good milker and gardener; references.
A. D., box 44, Call.
BUTCHER, YOUNG GERMAN. WITH GOOD
references, desires situation Id shnp or drive
wagon. Call or address 347 Minna st
f IAKDENEK. GENERALLY USEFUL; UN-
'I demands care of horses; can milk; moderate
wages Address 674 Sixteenth St., East Oakland.
HOME FOR 2-YEAR-OLD ORPHAN. WRITE
J. W. DANIELS. Mills building. > - -^
A MARKET ST.— BRANCH OFFICE \Ji? 1 HJi
*l Call; want ails and subscriptions taken. .'-.:■ -A
BY SOBER, INDUSTRIOUS YOUNG MAN,
1 • chance 10 finish trade in carriage palntshop;
has had considerable experience as rough hand;
small wages accepted. 1309 Castro st
MIDDLE-AGED GENTLEMAN WISH Po-
sition where he can make himself generally
useful In return for good home or board and lodg-
ing. G. H. W., box 35, Call Office.
I»AK'ER'S HELPER, YOUNG MAN WITH
) long experience, wishes steady position in a
bread bakery; city or. country. Address A. Z.,
box 79. Call Office.
POSITION REQUIRED BY HONEsT, ENER-
I i-etic, sober man (32): good business ability;
highest credentials. J. T., box 102, Call Office.
SITUATION WATS'TED AS SUPERINTEND-
O ent or mining foreman ; 25 years' experience In
quicksilver and silver and gold mines In this
country and Mexico; speaks English and Spanish;
best of references. A. B < '„ 902 Montgomery st
THOROUGHLY EDUCATED GENTLEMAN
of refinement and good mora! life, with kind
heart and pleasant manners, temperate, clever
ami Interesting in many branches, 38 years old,
speaking five languages, seeks position as teacher,
companion or manager In a private family: pleased
with small salary: best references given. Address
D. F., 616 Van Ness avenue.
/' 1 C LARKIN-BRANCH OFFICE OF THB
Old CALL: [subscriptions and want ads taken.
WINCHESTER HOUSE, 44 THIRD ST.. NR,
' * Market; 200 rooms 25c to 81 60 per night;
11 60 to $6 per week; convenient and respectable;
tree bus and baggage to and from the terry.
.CHEAPEST AND BEST IN AMERICA— THE
\J WEEKLY CALL, sent to any address in the
United States or Canada one year for $1 60, post-
age free
FK3IALE HELP WANTKD.
CHAMBERMAID AND WAIT SOME. $15 AND
room; young girl, assist, small boarding-house,
$12 and room; lunch waitress; girl, assist in
kitchen and dining-room work, $16 and room;
ranch cook, $20; waitress, Nevada, $25 and
room: 2 girls for Berkeley, $28 per month; 3 wait-
resses, city. $15 and room: 2 waitresses to go
north, free fare; pantry girl, $20 and room; 2 wait-
resses. $0 a week. MARTIN A CO., 749 Market.
. . iitL, Family 3, $20; GIRL, PHYSICIAN'S
It familr, $20; girl, Mian van, $l. v ; gill, Geary st,
$20; girl, California St.. $25; girl, Eddy st, $20;
girl, Lagupa st, $25; girl, Central five, $20; girl,
Monterey, Cal., $20: 10 Ge.man, 12 Sweedlsh
and 7 Danish girls. MARTIN A CO., 749 Market
SECOND GIRL, KENTUCKY ST., $15; SEC-
ondgirl, $12; girl, Ukiah, $15; girl, Noe st,
$16; girl, Laguna st, $16;. girl, Dolores St., $16;
girl, Minna at., $15; girl. Monterey. $16; 25
young girls, $8. $10 and $i 2 per month, assist
etc.. nice families. MARTIN & CO., 749 Market
CIOLORKD GIRL, SECOND WORK $15, OR
J a colored girl and child. MARTIN A CO.,
749 Market st : Mz''A\
GI IRL, SADIES' SEMINARY. $25. ROOM,
f etc. MARTIN A CO., 749 Market st .Jr. •...
SECOND GIRL, $26. MARTIN A CO., 749
Market :- ■. V
GIRL, MILL VALLEY, $25. MARTIN A CO.,
749 Market . „. "-*
TTOUSEWORK GIRL, GRASS VALLEY, $25;
XJs)Arizona, $20; Berkeley, $25; Oakland, $26:
Livermore $25: 10 housework elrls. city and
country, $20 and $25: 6 voting assist $10 to
$15. MISS CULLEN, 323 Suiter st
\"DRSK; $25: SEE LADY AT OFFICE MISS
X> CULLEN, 323 Sutter st
L'RF.NCH NURBE,SIS,WORK AFTERNOONS
X MISS CULLEN, 323. Sutter st
TAILORKBB. $9 PER WEEK. MISS CULLEN,
323 Sutter st
EFINED GERMAN SEAMSTREBS AND
chambermaid, (25, MISS CULLEN, 823
Sutter st. ; ••-;/.''.-.■;•■-.
TV" AITRESS, SLEEP HOME, $16. MISS CUL-
¥I LEN, 323 Suiter st , "■->?:
MAID, SLEEP HOME. $20 TO $25. MISS
CULLKN, 323 Sutter st.
GERMAN GIRL, BAKERY, $15. MISSCUL-
LEN, 323 Sutter st
ERMAN WORKING HOUSEKEEPER $25:
working housekeeper, $25. MISS CULLEN,
323 Suiter st.
MOTH! ■ AND DAUGHTER, $30. MISS
CULLciN, 323 Sutter st. . :;
"VTEAT NURSE, 1 CHILD 4 YEARS, $12;
XN second girl and sew, Oakland, $20. . MISS
CULLEN, 323 Sutter st.
SECOND GIRL. $20: SECOND GIRL. COUN-
try, $25. MISS CULLEN, 323 iter st. :.y-J;g
WANTED— A NUMBER OF GIRLS TO FILL
various situation; best wages. MRS. HIRD,
721 Ellis st,-.
HELP WANTED— Continued.
2 WAITRESSES, SAME COUNTRY HOTEL,
$20 and free fare; waiiress.country hotel, $-0: 2
waitresses, city, $15: 5 waitresses, restauraut, city,
$5: chambermaid and wap, $.20, see party here:
girl for housework, small famllv, $20, near city;
gIX housework, Berkeley,' 25, see party here,
call early; nurseuiri. 1 child, $10; 20 girls, house-
work, $16, $20; young girls to assist, $10, $2; 6
gins, to sleep home, $16. C. R. HANSEN A CO.,
it 8 Geary st ?*S'.-'.>^ ■*> ■>-' iT-"..
GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK, SMALL FAMILY,
$20 call- early. C. R. HANSEN A CU, 108
Geary st ; •;■ -■ r. -};~i:
2 WAITRESSES, COUNTRY HOTELs, $ 0
and $25. sre party here: French, Swiss or Ital-
ian cook, $30; 4 cooks. German style, $25 and
$30; lady's maid, $20; nuise, $20; 4 carman,
French and Irish second girls, $20, and girls of all
nationalities to till our numerous situations In «itr
and country. J. F. CROSETT & CO., 316 Sut-
ter st
"VJEAT WOMAN UNDER 40 YEARS OF AGE
X^l as ranch cook. $20; housework girls. Forest
Lake, I'le. sauton, Couriland, Los Gatos and nu-
merous oner places, $15 and $20. MURRAY A
"EADY, Leading Employment Agents, 634 and
636 Clay st
THIRST-CLASS COOK, AMERICAN FAMILY,
X $30; housegirl, Berkeley. $25; cook, Oakland,
$26: second girl, $25, see lady at 10 o'clock: house-
keeper. 3 iv family, $15: German housegirl, 2 In
family, $20. MRS G. NOkTON, 315 Sutler st
YOUNG GIRL TO ASSIST IN HOUSEWORK
and help take care of baby. Call, 9 to 12 a. it.,
1217 Eddy st-
VEAT YOUNG GIRI. FOR GENERAL
XI housework; good home; small family; $15.
803 Sutter st, room 43.
"VTEAT YOUNG GIRL FOR GENERAL
Xi housework and cooking Call after 9a. it. 15
Fair Oaks St., near Twenty-first ■;-.. r
"COLORED woman FOR GENERAL HOUSE-
V work. Apply before 9. 579 Harrison st
YOUNG GIRL FOR LIGHT HOUSEWORK;
X small family. 327 Oak at
\,.IDDLE-AGED WOMAN - FOR HOUSE-
-^» work. 145 Grove st.
GIRL AS COOK A.ND FOR GENERAL
housework in country. Call 322 Turk st
/ 1 IRL GENERAL HOUSEWORK AND COOK-
VJ lug; $15. Apply 740 Castro st
GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK
and cooking. 3267 Twentieth st, nr. lolsom.
£»1 C — BRANCH OFFICE OF THE
"1" CALL. Subscriptions and want ads taken.
PIANO-PLAYER WHO CAN SING; LADY
preferred. 741 Howard st, 12 to sp. if.
GIRL WANTED WHO UNDERSTANDS
running sewing machine; tiutik factory.
Seventeenth and Shotwell sis,
ENERGETIC WOMAN OF GOOD ADDRESS
XJ 10 to 4, 1170 Market st, room 32, over the
Maze.
1 EXPERIENCED APPRENTICE GIRLS
X!i wanted on cv torn coats, 106 Battery st
WANTED-500 WOMEN AND GIRLS TO
work on fruit Apply Immediately at Cali-
fornia canneries Company, Braonan st, between
Third ard Fourth.
WANTED— ENERGETIC AGENTS TO IN-
; reduce our medical specialties; special value
to married ladles. Brant Remedy Co., 44 Market
LEARN DRESSMAKING AND MILLINERY
at the only school receiving the gold medal;
patterns to order 25c MCDOWELL'S, 103 Post si.
SF. DRESS-CUTTING SCHOOL— FRENCH
. tailoring taught; $1 week. 916 Market r. 19.
MOST CONVENIENT AND RESPECTABLE;
Winchester House, 44 Third st, near Market:
200 rooms; 26c to $1 60 per night; $1 60 to
per week: free 'bus and baggage to aud from ferry.
T MARKET ST. — BRANCH OFFICE OF THB
"T Call: want nd» 1 '■'! FOhscrlpllons taken.
SIAI.K HELP t. ANTED.
WANTED — STABLEMAN FOR RANCH,
near city, $25 and found: blacksmith for
country shop, $65 a mouth; butter-maker, who
can run separator, $35 to $40 and found: broiler
for restaurant, $40 a month: driver for a milk
wagon in city, references, $35 and found. W. D.
KWF.R& CO, 626 Clay St. ■".:;:', ;w
TJir ANTKD —20 WOODCHOPPKRS, NEAR
'» city, long job. $1 25 a cord: . 0 laborers for a
rallioad, north. $1 60 a day: 4 teamsters, $1 75 a
day. W. D. EWER A CO., 626 Clay st -..
"UT ANTED— EXPERIENCED DRIVER FOR
f? a delivery wagon; references required: single
man: $36 and found. W. L. EWER A CO., 626
Clay st. ■ ,\ ;-'.;,.'.•;-, -'■ '-•'■* '""
OQ(* MEN WANTED TO-DAY, FROM $80
• )OU 10 $15 mouth and found; 6 cooks, $30. #40
and "50; 3 waiters, $30; 3 dishwashers, $15 and
$20: boy for store, $3 week; bakery boy, $15:
ranch cook. MURRAY A READY, 634 aud 636
Clay st. i[ i—SJf
TYPEWRITER AND STENOGRAPHER, $40;
grocery clerk, $40: tailor, $8 week. MURRAY
& READY, 634 aud 636 Clay st
i. RK KMOLDEKS, $2 50 DAY: STABLE-
man, $35. MURRAY A READY, 634 and
636 Clay st. _• ■;; ';;':
OODCHOPPEKS— SO MEN WANTED, $2 60
cord, tools and food furnished; 80 tlemakers,
8c each; shingle-box bolt-makers, drillers and
muckers. MURRAY A READY, 634 and 636
Clay st.
RUIT-PICKERS FOR SONOMA COUNTY—
X We want 20 men. MURRAY A READY, 634
and 636 Clay st <-'- : .v> .:;."■ r^ : ' ■■;,
BLACKSMITHS AND HORSESHOERS— WE
want 7 competent smiths 40 farmers, orchard
and vineyard hands, $26. $25, $20, for different
places; garden boy, $15, MURRAY A READY,
634 and 636 Clay. . V.fA
CHEESe MAKER, $80: 2 MILKERS, $20;
Italian gardener, $20; 40 laborers and team-
sters MURRAY' A READY. 634 and 636 Clay.
SECOND COOK. COUNTRY HOTEL, $35;
waiter, country hotel, $25; young German
bedmaker, country hotel, $20; 2 bellboys, hotel,
$10 and $15. C. R. HANSEN A CO., 108 Geary.
\\rANTED— 76 MEN FOR RAILROAD WORK
' i north, $1 76 a day, fare $.' 50: we ship Mon-
day. C. R. HANSEN A CO., 108 Geary st
Cf\ MEN FOR RAILROAD WORK NORTH,
OX) fare advanced. C. R. HANSEN A CO., 10*»
Geary st ••-„ c, : :
or LABORERS FOR A LARGE MANUFAC-
+-0 tunng plant norm, long job: we shin to-mor-
row. C. R. HANSEN A CO., 108 Geary st .
SECOND COOK WHO CAN DO PASTRY,
country hotel. $40: second cook, country hotel,
$10. C. R HANSEN A CO., 108 Geary st
2 FIRST-! LASS WAITERS FOR EUROPEAN
plan country hotel, $35 and fare paid. C R.
HANSEN A Co., 108 Geary st.
, _ —
Meat and pastry cook, country
hotel, $60; second-cook, hotel, north, $60:
nl.'ht cook and baker, country restaurant $40;
cook, restaurant, city, $40. C R. HANSEN A
CO., 108 Geary st
NIGHT DISHWASHER, $15; KITCHEN
man, $25 and room; dishwasher, $25; dish-
washer, $4 a week; dishwasher, $20 and room;
3 young men, general work, $10 and room.
MARTIN A CO., 749 Market st.
Waiter', $6 A WEEK: 3 waiters, CITY,
»' $25 and room: 4 lunch waiters; 4 young men
assist in wailing, $10 and room. MARTIN A CO.,
749 Market st ::'•;:■
OOK'S HELPER. $20 AND ROOM: COOK'S
V helper, $16 and room ; broiler, $9 a week; sec-
ond coo*, $50. MARTIN A- Co., 749 Market st
VI AN TO COOK FOR 2 AND TEND STORE:
IVI $15 to $20, room and board. MARTIN A
CO., 749 Market st ;.: " V- v
FASTRY COOK, $50, CALL EARLY. MaR-
TIN A CO., 749 -Market St.
2 COLORED PORTERS, $16 TO $20, ROOM,
board, etc. MARTIN A CO.. 749 Market st.
»1 YOUNG MEN FOR ELEVATOR ' AND
M bells. MARTIN CO., 749 Market St.
DANCH HAND, $20: VINEYARD WORK.
XV MaRTIN A CO., 749 Market st.
MAN FOR WELL DIGGING AND TUNNEL
work. MARTIN A CO., 749 Maraet
l*,' ANTED - FLORIST, ORCHARuIST, $20
»» and found; -mounter, $2 SO a day;
Swiss milker, $20; stableman; farmers. $20;
laborers, $35 and board, long job; blacksmith for
camp, (30 and found; man to pick and nack
fruit $20 and found, end others. Apply J. F.
CROSETT A CO., 628 Sacramento st. „ ;-v : .
WANTED— BAKER AND PASTRY-COOK,
"» $12 week; restaurant waiter, *35; bellboy,
$10 and found: second and third cook for Institu-
tion. $35 and $26 and increase, see boss here: 2
Japanese cooks, $20 and $30. and others. Apply
to J. F. CROSET 1' A CO, 628 Sacramento st
WANTKD-BUTLER, $40: waiter, $26;
assistant cook, $35; second cook, $8 a week;
French young man, private family. $20; French
boy for resor. near city. $12; choreman for hotel,
$10; cellarman. 1 30, etc. ANDRE'S, 308 Stock-
ton st. ;; ,-c:;..;^,";--. .....-.-,■■
RANCH CARPENTER.: $30 AND BOARD;
washer , and - harness ■ cleaner, country, . $30;
young man for steamboat, $20; woodworker. $2
a day: foreman for dairy, $40. R. T. WARD A
CO., 608 and 610 Clay st
COACHMAN, $25 PER MONTH. MISS CUL-
. LEN, 323 Sutter st
ELLBOY, - $15 ; PER MONTH. MISS < CUL-
LEN, 323 Sutter st .
RANCH OFFICE OF THE CALu 167 NINTH
st— Want ads and subscriptions taken.
HELP WANTED— Continued.
77Jy~OfTyEAR'S EXPERIENCE IN DRUG-
I store; recommendations required. Drugstore,
Pine and Kearny sts. ; ■
_ » 1 WHEELWRIGHT: S.-BEH; INDUsTRI-
A ous: must take interest jn business: refer-
ences reqnl.ed; $3 per day. W- box 8. Call.
WANTED-TO HEAROF PARTY OF YOUNG
Wmen willing to co to Trinity County gold
fields S. C R-, box 47. Call.
-OARBER FOR SATURDAY AND SUNDAY;
Bs3 50 guaranteed. 105 Four; hst
V>RESSER WANTED APPLY GOLDEN
Plate I. ye Works, 342 McAllister st
MAN TO WAi-H DISHES IN A RESTAU-
JVI rant 830 Howard st. ■
STAGEHANDS FOB DIY DOCK JNO. E.
0 EDMUNDSON, 220 Brannsn St. 6 A, m.
; JAK to makTTeIJsTnI) wash dishes
Mm Warding house; $15 I _Bay and Webster.
RESPECTABLE BOY TO ATTEND PLUMB-
in -shop: reference. 444 Valencia.
nUSTOM SHOESTORE; CHEAP; GOOD
\J place for right man. 1225 Pacific. .
GOOD TAILOR WANTED FOR BUBHELING.
625 Commercial st =' '
1 C BOY'S. BETWEEN 14 AND 17 YEARS OF-
It) age. Apply at 200 Sutter st. ].
YOUNG MAN TO LEARN BARBER TRADE,
841 Telegraph aye.. Oakland.
, ARG.sIN; 4-CHAIR BARBERSHOP ON
I ' Market st Apply Call Office. . - ■
OFF FOR KLONDIKe— SELL BAR-
ber-shop cheap. 1225 Market st . Oakland.
RECRUITS WANTED FOR THE UNITED
states marine corps. United states navy:
able-bodied, unmarried men, between the ages of
21 and 30 rears, 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
English, and be between 6 feet 5 Inches and 6 feet
In height For further information apply at the
recruiting office, 20 Ellis st, san Francisco, Cal.
JOURNEYMEN BARBERS' UNION— FRE A
Employment Bureau, 6 Fourth st, upstairs.
L LESS, Secretary.
BARBERS' ASSOCIATION FREE EMPLOY-
ment Office. S. FUCHS. Bec'y, 325 Grant aye.
OOD boy wanted for office WORK:
sJ recommendation required. Apply ETTIN-
GER'S, 723 Market st
b RANCH OFFICE OF THE CALL 167 Nl^ TH
st; want ads and subscriptions taken.
SUITABLE SITUATION SECURED FOR
kD loan of $100, on security. A. A., box 8, Call.
GUt»D PAYING TAILOR-SHOP FOR SALE
cheap. Apply 835 Geary st. ,
"WANTED— AN ENEKOETICSHIRT SALES-
" man to represent us In San Francisco and vi-
cinity, on commission: only those thoroughly
identified with the large buyers need apply. Ad-
dress shirt Manufacturer, box 60, Call Office
WANTED- GET YOUR SHOES MADE TO
" fl your feet at the same price you buy ready-
made ones, :rom $1, $2, $3, $4 and $5, at 662
Mission st, bet First and Second.
WANTED— GOOD STEADY BOY TO ASSIST
" in blacking boots. Inquire at 1406 Park st,
Alameda.
P,97 MONTGOMERY BT„ BRANCH OFFICE
OZi I 11TH*. Call, want mil aiiu subscriptions
taken.
-MAKERS WANTED TO WORK ON
traveling-bags. Call 115 Minna st -
Coatmakers wanted TO WORK IN-
J side, 106 Battery st.
GOOD 15c BARBER-SHOP FOR SALE; OLD
stand; location No. 1. Apply Call Office.
OPERATORS WANTED ON LADIES' FINE
cloa.es and suits. L HOT WIN, 723 Market
St., rjorn 34.
f*~l r LARKIN-BRANCH OFFICE OF THB
UXif CALL. Subscriptions and want ads taken.
0 THREE STORES IN ONE GRAND LEAR-
-0 ance saie; line assortment of men's, boys'
youths' and children's shoes sacridced at actual
cost prices. 767 Market st., opp. Phelan building.
onnn pairs— another lot of MEN'S
OUUU shoes: . been slightly damaged: at less
than one-fourth their value: from 26c to $2 60.
662 Mission st, bet. First and Second.
lOT OF UNCALLED-FOR SHOES FROM 25C
1-i up to $1 26. 662 Mission st, bet Ist and 2d.
~\\j ANTED. TOCOLLECI' WAGES DUE LABOR-
" ersAclerks KNOX Collection Agcv, 110 Sutter.
iJOQ HAVKa a'l.— BKA-NCH OFFIOS OF
'}')•) Thjs Calx,,- suMcnpuuois auu »»u. ads
taken. "J"" 'p >,;.. :
-\\ r ANTE D— MEN TO I.KA BARBER
*» trade; shops, tools, positions furnished: 8
weeks required. S. F. Barber College, ISSL^ Eighth,
INE MEN'S CALF SHOES, $1 76: TO OR-
X der, $2 50; half-soling, 25c up. 959 Howard.
lun NINTH ST. — BRANCH OFFICE Off
ID i TUM call, subset if 11 sua wans ads,
taken.
RY ACME HOUSE 957 MARKET ST.. BE-
low sixth, for a room; 25c a night: $1 a week.
LADIES' SHOES, SOLING, 35c; MEN'S
shoes, soling, 50c: all repairing done at half
the usual price. 562 Mission st. bet. Ist and 2d.
"VTEW WALDO ING-HOUSE, 705 MIS-
Xi sion st.bet 3d and Single room < per night,
10c to 50c; per week, 70c to $2: clean, quiet: spe-
cial attention to morning calls; open all night
WINCHESTER HOUSE, 44 THIRD ST., NR
Market: 300 rooms, 25c a night; reading-
room; free 'bus and baggage 10 and from the ferry.
E SIMON WANTS 100 MEN TOGET BOTTLE
J. beer or wine 6c; best free lunch. 643 Clay.
ROOMS. 150 TO 75c PER NIGHT; 600 *«J el M
per week. Oriental, 225 Drumtu st
\V ANTED— LABORERS AND MECHANICS
' » to know that Ed Rolkln. Reno House proprie-
tor, still ruas Denver House, 217 Third st: 15tf
large rooms: 25c per night: $1 10 $3 per week.
GENTS WANTED.
1 ADY CANVASSERS; GOOD COMMISSION.
l-J For particulars call at 146 Twelfth St., rm. 3.
C CANVASSERS WANTED TO SELL THE
" Apollo gaslight; best on- market 129 Ellis st
Agents wanted for medicated
wafers: positive safeguard; $1; also tonic
soeciflc for all female troubles: for home use
DR. AND MR& WEGENER, 526 Eddy st
AGENTS— BAKER'S NEW COMBINATION-
enameIed sign or universal signboard; will
have a tremendous sale; nothing like It; secure
sample and territory at once. BAKER En. and
Mfg. Co., 409 Sanchez st, San Francisco.
WANTKD-MISCKLLANKOIJS.
OLD GOLD AND SILVER BOUGHT. W.
MUND, watchmaker and jeweler, 226 Ellis st
PAWNBROKER— OLD GOLD. SILVER, CAST-
offclohing bought. Add. COLEMAN. 41 Third.
HORSES.
I.IOR GENTLE HORSE AND LIGHT I
X double-seated business buggy. Apply 800 First •
aye., corner McAllister st. -:■'. ,j --■ -..
FINE CARRIAGE HORSES, \CK ROAD
team: buggy horses and Shetland pony. DAL-
-1 EL," 606 Golden Gate aye
C A ALL - PURPOSE HORSES. WAGONS
O\J carts, harness; auction sale every Tuesday
TATTEiISALL'S, 721 Howard st
AUCTION SALES EVERY SATURDAY AC
11 o'clock of horses, buggies, wagons, harness,
eta emporium sales yards, 220 Valencia st i
WATKINs, auctioneer.
Af\ HORSES FOR SALE. ALSO WAGON*
•1" buggies, carts, harness; Grand Arcade Horsa
Market 827 sixth st: auction sales every Wed-
nesday. SULLIVaN A DO. LX. Auctioneers,
WAGONS AND CARRIAGES.
LADY'S PHAETON, TANDEM CART AND 6-
seat surrey nearly new. 600 Golden Gate aye.
SECOND-HAND WAGONS AND BUGGIES;
cheap: country orders ■ led. 1013 Harrison st.
/CHEAPEST PLACE IN TOWN; FARM WAG-
\J oos. buggies, hacks and harness; new and sec-
ond-hand. 15th and Valencia hts.; tel. white 371.
BARGAIN*! BARGAINS! BARGAINS! IN
new and second-hand wagons, buggies, carts,
harness, robes and blankets. Lelbold Harness
Company, 211 Larkin st, opp. new City HalL
1p INE LA-UN DRY. BAKER'S AND MILK
1 wagons cheap for cash or installments; 1 tine
top and open buggy; also 1 hack. 828 Harrison st
I£7 ?i£ TJ J »T. -BRANCH UFFICK OF
IUI IUM Call.- subscription and want aus
taken. -?";f:-"- j,;/?': :'.'-, ■-■
ATTORNEYS- AT-LA W. -
ADVICE FREE; DIVORCE LAW.s A SPEC-
laltv; private; no fee with out success; probate.
G. W.HOWE, atty atlaw,Bso Market, cor.stockin.
J NO. F. HANLON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, 632
Market rooms 15 and 16, opp. Palace Hotel.
ADVICE FREE: NO CH'ARUE UNLESS SUC
cessful. W. W. DAVIDSON. 927 Market st
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
JOHN E. RICHARDS, LAW OFFICEa ROOMS
26 and 27, Crocker building; telephone Mala
70, San Francisco, Cal. . .
BUSINESS CHANCES.
(jjl iiCli BEER SALOON. OS.-. OF THE
<JpXO«jU. oldest, most topular and best pav-
ing places of Its kind, on busiest street, north of
Market, near Kearny street; elegant fixtures:
cash register, safe, etc.; rent moderate; this is an
excellent chance for a first-class investment, M.
LE s, 6 Fourth st ; . •''.„?-.'.,.
$-;C/| SALOON BUSINESS— FINE PLACE
■Mo, on Market si ; old established In an A 1
locality: doing a weli-paylng, steady and transient
trade; easily worth $600; appreciated if seen. M.
LESS, 5 Fourth st. . •- ...
0* lOC/ 1 WOODYARD AND CARPET-
«IpI*-«7''. beating business In best pari of the
city; 3 horses and 2 wagons: an old-established
busine. s doing a good profitable business: bears
thorough L.yes igat on. M. LESS, 6 Fourth st.
Vi.l 74111 CORNER ALOON IN OAKLAND;
tip J l UU. finest place across the bay; beautiful-
ly fitted up: flue bar, cash register, etc.; receipts
$-0 and over per day; established 12 years; at
terminus of trains and electric roads; $1000 cash,
balance on time. M. L(v-s, 5 Fourth st
ffltOXO PARTNER WANTED IN A GOOD
ap^tO'J. paying restaurant; German preferred;
has a good steady run of trade; cheap rent. M.
LESS, 5 Fourth st. - .- : :
(JTjQXft CANDY-STORE AND DE-CREAM
tJiOclU. parlor on one of principal streets: near
Market; 4 living-rooms; fine fixtures; good trade.
M. LESS, 6 Fourth st.
$k,rr» BRANCH BAKEI.Y A<D DELI-
.OO, cacy store: good location; down own;
3 nice livlng-iooms; laundry office connected;
going to country. M. LESS, 5 Fourth st.
©lf-fl BRANCH BAKERY, NOTION AND
tjt^ I«JU. cigar store; near from Market st; 3
nice living-rooms; rent low; good place M. LESS,
5 Fourth st ].yy J_
mi)'fl SALOON; CLOSE TO CALL AND
rjTtjOU. Examiner buildings; open day and
light; large sieaiybuslness; flrst-clais customers;
rent only $50. Apply 10 WILKE, 783 Market st.
JTAA OLD FSTABLI-HED COALYARD,
t|p i\J\J. Western Addition; hay and grain: 3
wagons, 3 horses; low rent: first-aass paying
business Apply WILKE, 783 Market st.
<2? 1 fMWII INSTALLMENT HOUsE; HOUSE-
ijJS 1 UUU. hold specialties in city with 15,000
Inhabitants, close to s. F. : whole or hall Interest
Forpariiculars, WILKK, 783 Market st
$*.)rj~ ELEGANT RESTAURANT, OYS-
«JpZ I O. ter parlors; Market and Taylor: good
trade: a most positive sacrifice. ANDERSON A
CO , 777 -Market st. : i r
3fc' J e\n PARTNER NEEDED; HORSE-SHOE-
t4P_»_)U. ing and wagon making business; fine
chine for steady man to be connected with Al
mechanlc;owns bul.dgs. W.F.KEALY,9I7Market
<JJ»T (\(\l\ SECURES 14 INTEREST IN FIN-
«J* J UU" est creamery and lunch p. rlorsln city;
Invoices $5000. WIN lON. A CO.", 646 Market st
flu..„ .. FRUIT, BUTTER AND EGG BUSI-
.£».)*'. ness: country town: clears $150 month;
man and wife could run business; run 2 wagons;
high-class trade only; must sell Immediately:
going to Alaska. R. 8. BROWN, Winchester
House, in 8 p. m. .■,•• "
fl].rtnrv(l OR LESS TO INVisT, WITH
tJp^UUU services, In paving business or in,
starting auc.iou bouse. A. L., 1110 l'acltic. ■-':,_ <
GOOD-PAYING BAKERY; ONLY STORE
custom: for sale cheap Immediately, on ac-
count of si.kue.ss. a pply I^o3 Turk St.
mjliifV ELEGANTLY FURNISHED RES-
«TjvI UU.. taurant and chophouse; choice loca-
tion: cheap rent. 827 Mission st.
©"ail WANTED FOR 1 YEAR AT RKA-
«p<jU" " sonaole rate or interest Address Relia-
ble H., box 50, Call ollice. -v ;'• ..:; ;.
"\-EWL\ FITTED R. STAUitANT: MUST
Xl sell at a sacrifice. Grocery dept. 707 Market.
YOUNG LADY (SMALL CAPITAL) WANTS
X gentleman partner. 9 Powel:, room 8, 2d floor.
RARE CHANCE— SII,OOO; $4000 CASH: BAD
ance m mor gage: lot 6ixi4o; large store
building. 2 flats above: 2 5 room cottages; grocery,
stock full and complete; , horse, 2 wagons, har-
ness, good wl 1, bar and fixtures, fine stock of
wines, liquors, etc. : business paying $3000 per an-
num clear, will be so d on account oi departure.
THOMAS A. SMITH, 1601 Park st, Broad gauge
ferry, Alameda.
ffl«7(\n FAMILY -STORE: MAR-
«jp I V'U. kei st.; reasonable rent: good location;
fine stock and trade; bargain; going to Alaska.
C, box 72, Call Office.
GOOD GROCERY AND BAR. IN WESTERN
Addition; established twenty-five years; pres-
ent owner 15 ye»rs; good paying outside business
and store trade; good reasons for selling. Apply
224 Front st
SALOON— 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 bona-fide bargain;
every Investigation allowed. Appiy 3.7 East st
FOR BALE— SALOON AND RESTAURANT;
finely fitted up: must be sold this week: cheap;
proprietor going 10 Alaska. Call at 527 Mont-
gomery st
KESTAURANT DOING GOOD BISINESs;
■ best location in city: cheap for casn. Restau-
rant, box 80, Call Office.
(mo-r CORNER -ALOON; OWNER SICK:
*?— ' *O. must be sold. Jackson Brewery, 14^8
Mission st
FOR SALE-GROCERY AND BAR; THREE
rooms. DR. N. O. ANSPACH. 302 V* Fourth s .
A LOON" 1 FOR SALE CHEAP; RENT $12;
free water. 1306 Mission st
SALOON AND 4 FURNI-HKD ROOMS;
across the way from new Postoflice: reasons for
selling, cannot run two places. E'or Information
apply at French liquor-store, 32 Seventh at
AnCn FINK BUSINESS; STATIONERY.
<P^UU. bakery, laundry, school supplies; good
location; 4 living-rooms; rent $14. Apply Call.
5. ir/v RESTAURANT IN GOOD LOCA-
C'rul'. cation; rent paid till ember I;
$200 cash register. Appiy Call office. »
(J>l Q : RESTAURANT. ACKOSSTHE BAY,
tJpJLO - '. fnrB.de; 2 living-rooms; steady board-
era Call Office. >'V. ;
GOOD PAYING RESTAURANT. 821 KEAR-
ny st
OLD STAND, 3 CHAIRS; J ARBER-sHOP
for sale: owner going East Apply 1148 Fol-
som st :'<%';:,
ffljl 7e\ GROCERY* AND BaR: LIVING-
tJpX I «J. rooms. Apply 467 Tehama st.
. ___
RESTAURANT FOR SALE. 136 SECOND
street
1 \ANCEHALL FOR SALE IN GOOD- PA YINU
xJ town. Address L. It, box . 267. Oakdale, cai.
-L' IN ELY FITTED UP CORNER SALOON
X for sale cheap. N. G., box 121, Call.
, m
GOOD-PAYING HOTEL BUSINESS; LONfJ.
VJ established; half interest $500; whole $1000.
Address Cosmopolitan Hotel. Petaiuma.
PORTLAND AGENCY THIS PAPER. IN-
quire tnls office or at 133 Third st, Portland,
Oregon.
SW. COR. SIXTEEN IH SI.. NEARMISSION:
branch office at VMM Call, tuoscripttoas anil
want ads taken.
LODGING-HOUSE* FOR (■ALE.
In ROOMS, CORNER CLEARS $100 A
It) month - $1250
22 rooms, all rented, only 2511
23 rooms sunny corner 750
12 rooms on Golden Gate aye., floe 650
14 rooms, ou Fourth st •• *60'
Other bargains. H. C. DECKER, 1020 Market
BA I GAIN — 17 RMS, KR. A MRKT. $550
O'Farrell st. 14 rooms: choice locution.. Bio
North of Market; 23 100 ms: part cash 1200
Sutterst, 45 rooms; tent $75: part cash 3500
And other bur^'^l s. Anderson & to., 777 Market
UNDERWOOD'S, 765 MaRKE.T ST., s. F.,
J have a full list of tine bargains.
FURNITURE"" FOR 'AI.X.
yORMTUKU STOVES LAKPr IN COUN-
X ters, showcases ANDERSON, 1121 Market
HOUSEHOLD RANGES ARK THE Briar
JOHN F. M EY KRS CO.. 947 Market st
M^ — i^^ .— •
Kl'BJriTtKK WANTED
"YEW STORK; NEEDS FURNITURE; BEST
IN prices sILVEKsTIKN, 1223 Market: postal.
TNDIANA AUCUON CO. REMOVED TO 19
J. Montgomery St.: hi -nest prices paid.
CARPET (LEANING.
C'~iTy^TRAM carpet-cleaning' WORK*:
cleans, moves, ays carpets. O. 11. STEVENS.
Mgr. 38 and 40 Eighth St.: lelephoue Sou in 250.
Ya" 11D.N Vol' LECOMr. UlOUslKii WITH
»' poor work send toSFAULDiNUS PloneerCas-
pst-beatlng Wi rks. 353-57 Tehama st: teL So. 41
ADVANCE CARI'KT- CLEANING CO., 402
A Suttar; tel. Main 394. GEO. WALCOM, prop.
J WATTS, rellab.ecarpet-cleanlnc, renovtK, alter-
. ation works, 413 McAllister. TeL Jessie 32L
CLEANING. 3c: LAYING. 3c: RU * SAM-
pies free; teL Jessie 944. Straton, 3 Eightn.
CARPETS CLEANED I.ENoVATED LIKIS
new. 23 Tenth ; leL South 36. Mackintosh <fc Co.
JM.. MITCHELL CARPET-CLEANING CO
. 240 14ih st; cleaning 3c. a yard; let. Mis. 74"
CARI'KTs 01 KA.\ Ed. i.i-.;>,j ,A , jr... i. iKc j"
new. J. MCttt 1'.E.N.45.1 Stevenson. Tel. 5.22 H.
CONKLIN'S CARPEL'- BiiATINO WORKi
£33 Golden Gate aye leiephone East 126.
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