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SOCIALISTS' REMEDIES
At Two Meetings They Tell How to
Improve Present Social .
Conditions.
"Contrasted Ideals" was the subject of
an address delivered on Sunday 10 the
American branch of the Socialist party at
Washington Hall Dy Comrade J. Martin.
He dwelt upon the realized ideals of so
ciety as now organized, and showed their
inferiority, from the socialistic point of
view, to the ideals of the future, as the
socialists hope to accomplish them.
The Columbian branch of the Socialist
paity was addressed by Alfred D. Cridj;e
and George Cumming on the subject of
proportional or preferential vo'-in -, and
during the evening a practical example of
tbe workings of the system was given.
Cumming is the man who introduced the
flan into the elections of the Mechanics'
nstitute, where, he said, it Had proved
satisfactory. He thinks that its introduc
tion into our political system would be
sure to result in the securing of better
men in office. The plan is to mark the
ballots with a number opposite the name
of each candidate indicating the orderof
the voter's preference, Cridce spoke of
the introduction of the system into some
of the States of Brazil, into Tasmania and
New Zealand and the agitation of the
question in Australia.
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
RUSS HOUSE.
H Ford, Co B, N G C G Hamilton, Fresno
T Butledge, do J urilla, Oakland
B Seville, do J Van Sand Ingham, Cal
s Underbill, do H French, Carson
J H Powell, do II l Patterson, -so
J R Joseph. do Capt Jlorri?, Modesto
H Brownell, do RE Callaway. Fresno
P C oper, do i' Normanu Fresno
B Woods, do F Peters. Fresno
E C Heryford, do W H Hoff, Tower House
C Spenser, do Miss Allen. R I
If J Green, do C M chapman, Brentwood
H N Carpenter, no Mrs Williamson. SLObis
J N Porter, do G W< ibbs.Vacavi le
J C Allen, do H Stelling A w, Davisvl
J Truman. do A J Miller Aw. Mich
M Banner, do J J Moore, lowa
.J J Beckers, do May Moore, lowa
F Gould. do Mate -Moore, lowa
H B Smiih, do ' 11 M carr. lowa
J a Scoggins do B<3 Brown, 1- tockton
B Manville. do C Rand Co B, N G C
J 'nine V K'dd.Vacavlle J O U odhter A w, Sac
. 1 Wi Yokum w *_ c, LGH Long, w A c, Cal
B F (ummings Jr. Utah P M Norbie. Visalia
M R Hlrscnley. Ohio J B Sampson, Mass
W 8 Kimball, Mo D H Rice. Brentwood
P McGettigara. Vallejo (J 31 Perina & -■•an Jose
J H Co Bus, Collma G W Duncan. Humb, ldl
v. Davis, Los Banos H L Cox, Santa Rosa
J- rs Brentano. Berkeley W Thomas Jr. Calaveras
Kate L Thomas, I al T Boss it w. San Lucas
0 c Ilawtiins it w, Cal X X Pettingill, circus
W D Valentine Aw.N V W X Smith, >ieulo Park
J Sienhouse, Vacaville H O Britten, Fresno
Miss M E Muzzy, Cal Mi-s Mac Howard, Cal
GFGrabam.GrassVa.ley W H Holler. Mendocino
SG Little. Dixon II C Mcl abe<_ w, Cal
S C .Mc«'abe, Brentwood Mr., J II Arnold, Sac
Miss F" Harrison. Sac .>i Arnold, Sacramento
W M Bonar, Stockton I II Martin, Woodland
W fc Ma col mi, San Jose C Tuttle £ w. Auburn
B R Young * f, Cal Mrs A M Dunlap, Cat
Mrs Bre tono. Berkeley W ABeutLy.LosAugeles
J G Bartley, Los Ang J H Beatley, Los Angeles
H J Robinson, cal
GRAND HOTEL.
H G May, -acranvnto T E Vogelsang, Sacio
1 Cohen. Sacramento E A Xt ford, Sacto
Mrs J Whitney, Hocklln Miss*; Whitnev, Bocklln
MissHWhituev.Rocklin U Mnlleney, Sacramento
¥ ¥ Bai li-*. I. Minn J H Whiiibmb, Colfax
H S Jacuson. Stockton o A Hale, .-an Jose
H Q Anderson, Alameda W B Black, Blacks
F I. Judd, Oakland A D Thompson, Oakland
CP. Scott A iv, 'Tulare 11 V Chapman, Seattle
G A Smith it w, cai II P White A w, Tacoma
X C Mcßeary, Stanford C Gore, Los Angeles
Mrs L H Reals, Tacoma Miss M < antara, Tacoma
W s Rankin, Oakdale A E Smith, cr.sno
Ella M See ye, Walla W .1 L Pen ile'.ou. N Britain
G W Wood & 1, Meridian J 1* B.own, i-imlra
C T Granger, iowa H C Cutting, Carson
Mrs C M Hansen, Cal C a Pierce, I resno
E Schweitzer, l hicago II G Buyer Af, Decatur
J■< La Rue. Piacerville W Schaw, Sacramento
Miss m ---chaw-, Sai to J A Mciutlre, Sscto -
J McKennatfcw Franklin JG ti righu san Jose
P ¥ --imondo Aw, Cal X Bost it i, Nevada City
Mis *> L Schroder, Cal Mrs Cfc Ayres, Souora
s \V Kilpatrick, Gilroy * V
PALACE HOTEL
¥. J Hathorne, Boston Mrs fc J HatTorae, Bostn
C J Brousion. Ky Mrs C J Broustou, Ky
Mrs Mf; Bolles. Paris Randolph Kolles. Paris
J Q a Haliaday, Baltmre X L Hailadav. Baltimore
Mrs Halladay, Baltimore J W Keid. >" V
J c l:ho:es, Denver Geo A King, Wash, DC
a King, Wash ngton, DCGH Gorman, Wasn, D C
Wee opton, N _ Geo C Bent, N V
C X Pet, ci. Chicago Mrs G r. Bent, N V
Dr Hiljbaid. USN Frail While. Burllngme
HL> Dil. en tei?, Baltmre Jus I' A.iair, Chicago
Miss M Wright, Pasadna W J Donahoiiir, st Paul
E V l.a.leke, chi-'azo H . tw, N V
E J Ensign, Los Angeles WC BrlnJcerbeff, Chicago
M rs Bri.Kernort, 1 hicgj T c Porter, F.n.lan 1
Helen Por er, England D S tone, Ked Bluff
Mrs X W King, Chicago Mrs M X Jeffries, •< is
M fc Jeffries, Wis Mrs fc Chase. Denver
Mrs .1 Sweigert, san Jose Miss E >wel„er;. San Jose
A X Katz, .> V OP Jenkins. •- tanfoid
E L Lippett. Petaluma FII Buck. Vacav.l.e
Mrs II Fornari, NY MF Clarke, N V
G A Baquard & w, Seattle
LICK HOUSE.
M A Jones, Facto 11 Guernsey, Nevada
a P Boss, sacto M rs A Ross, Sacto
Mis*< Mo, lie Boss. Sacto A ¥ Ross, sacto
J RBrouLhton, Modesto N X Gray, Clayton
H Kngianaer, Colo W H C ary sr. Stockton
i.' W Tlroga.i & sn. Wash C I. Adams, Vlsalla
¥ D i Rice, N v A C McLe.tu, Trinity
J A McLean. Trinity George D Lunu Chicago '
J W Jon' <fe w, Escola W B Ccok, Denver
¥ Larson Jr, Seattle W J Saunders & w, Cal
c C 1 row bridge & w. Cal H Peterson, Cal
J G Hume, -an Jose Miss M J Hume, Sn Jose
Bay Clary, Hacford Mrs A ir Abbott, Cal
E a Heal.-, Mm ys ville GP Mayers, Marysville
JT Sawyer <fc * , C'hcgo' Miss J Talbot, Brooklyn
George E Wilton, sonora
BALDWIN HOTEL.
J H Boberts. Sac J B Thurserson, Red Uff
C H Taylor, Montreal Mrs Taylor, Seattle
Mrs Rill ames, Seattle C')un(es"s Chlottl, St Hel
C A Meu:ry, Newhall G A Bragden &s, Sea ile
C H Bernheim, sta Cruz fc G M -liipman, Chi a^o
Mm ship-man, Chicago C H Gilbeitson, Ohio
P Howaid, Wasn. Do F Chevalier, St Helena
C A Newell, Cal J C Ax ell, Cal
X X Wilson, Chicago A R Keary, Chicago
Chas Andrews, Visalia G Hoffman, Cal
A J Silverman, N V B Houston. San Jose
L smith, san Jlatuo A A Mi ler. Denver
B I >tanford, Denver Win cole, Berkeley
A 51u:ler. New Haven Most Wo f, N V
NEW WESTERS HOTEL
CCummlngs, Term A Cohen. Srcto
A H Bums, Sacto a Wrlttiesav, Sacto
¥. H Thomas, sacto H McHu;h," sacto
A C Martin, N V II I' Mi.chell, N V
G B South, Wis II Newburv, Cal
B W Cleveland, Cal v M Wilson, L Angeles
Mrs Stubbs, saula Cruz
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTION
. R. Bert Balfour and as attorney, R. Bert R. For
man ar.d Alex Guthrie (by attorney) to Ba'foui
uuthrle Investment Company, lot* on N line of
Washington street, 137:6 of Octavia. E37 6bv
N127:8i/*; $10. *
Sharon Estate Company to Morris Lando, lot on
S line of Ellis street. 165 W Octavla, W 27:6 by S
120; $10. '
diaries Hilton anl John T. McCrosson by B. P.
Oliver (commissioner) to Hibernia Savings and
Loan Society, lot on NF. corner of Wasbtn 10:1
* street and Central avenue, E 3:5 by N 127:8t,4
--$llBB3. '*'
John and Luna stlTlen to William J. and Annie
Tietj. n. lot on sline of Beulah st eet. 181:3 w of
Shrader. W 25 by s 137:6: $10
Rebecca Uric* I to A. P. Hotaling, lot on W
line of Valencia sireet, 65 N of Twen v-fourih V
42 by 90: $10.
Hloernia Savings and Loan Society to John
Marshall, lot on S line of Tweniy-fifth street
48:11 E of Bartlett, E 22 by _ 100; $2750.
Charles and Theresa Matthews to Stephen A.
Born, lot on E line of Fair Oaks street, 60 N of
Twenty- fifih. N 25 by E 100; $10.
May E. Wrin (wife of James B) to T homas H.
McGuire. lot on N i- corner of Chinch and Duncan
stiee s. N 80 by X 50; al o lot on N W corner of
San Jose avenue and Hay stieet, W £.6:9. N 36 E
70:iiy». sW3B:isV4: $5
Margaret E. Blake (wife of John F.) to same,
same two pieces, qultcolm deed: 36.
Etna Fowler to Charles V. lit ck, lo on N line of
Twer.i.i -seventh stree:, 106:8 W of Church W
53:4 by N 114: $10. '
Es eile Hooper to Susie 11. and George Middle
mas, lot on N line of Eighteenth s.reet. 20 E of
Clara. B 25 by N 110: $10
Andrew and Ellen Mer*. am oca (or Macnamara)
to Anapa, her Bros, (a corporation), lo L on SW linn
of i-ev.-nth Sireet, 195 SE of Rrannan, SE 25 by
SW 80; s.O. " y
■B. W. and Mary E Tansill (by A.S.Baldwin
attorney) loThornburn D. Black, lot on N line of
C stree, 23 E of sixteenth aVeaue. E 25 \
118:71/3: W 25, S 118:3: .10. "
John W. and Anne L. Wright to Charles D
Cubbing, lot on SE corner ol o --treet and Twentv
fifth avenue. E 12:6 by S 100; $10.
-Same to John Graves, lot on W line of Fortieth
avenue, 375 S of o s.reet. s 25 by W 120; $10.
Peter an » Bo«e Feutrler to John Landers, lot on
Kline of Thli ty-f inth avenue, 275 S of a street
S6oby E 120; $iO. '.
. Edward Price to Michael E. Price, lot on W line
of T • ham. I -street, 250 feet N of Norwich, N 25 by
YV 80, subdivision 6 of .ot 123. Precita Valley
Lands: $10.
(. harles i<. Beydo'ds to Judah Boas, lots 1232
to 1*53, GIB Map 2; *TO.
Carrie R. and Charles I- Furey to K. B. Wlgcer
son, lo:s 1144, 1145.2130, 2131 : Gift Map 4; »l.
ALAMEDA COUNTY.
Maria P. Cabral to Jose S. Damos, lot on N line
of Monigomen- street, 175 W of Union, W 25 by
N 100, being lot 28, bloc<c H, new town of Lynn,
East Oakland: $10.
Jose S. I amos to Maria P. Cabral, lot on line .
of Montgomery street 200 E of Summit, E 25 by
S 100, being lot 9, block I, same; tiv.
Roderlgo ai.d Ma.y E. Wilkinson to Amelia S.
Damon, lot on W line of Fourth avenue, 153.75 ■*
of Hudson stree , ; 161 25 by W 221.60, being lot
7. block L, Vernon Park, Oakland Annex: $10.
Charles and I orotbea Lutz to Adam Henctk, lot
016 line of Grjyson strest, 50 W of Tenth, W
50 by 8 100, being lots 5 and 6, block 177, Gray
son trac', Berkile. - : $5.
Andy L. stone to C. F. Courts, lot on W corner
of Sunnyside street and Orchard avenue. NW 140
bfS« 50, being lot 36, Marion Tr. Brooklyn
Township: »10. • ,
-.ime to Henry K. and Flora C. t-ebolt, lot on
NW line of Orciii-rd avenue, 61 :88 S\V of Orange
street. NW 140. NX 61.73. SE 140, SW 61.88 to
beginning, being lot 80, same, Brooklyn Town
ship: $10. j
A. S. Woodbrldee to >amuel M. Sr-rensen lot on
X corner of Be i wood and G'enn avenues, NE
110. -.'5 by SE 121.60, being portion of lot 1, Boad
Tract. B ooklvn Township ? 800.
Martha E. Veatey to Carl Grondona, lot on N
line of ivailroad avenue, 300 X of Kellogg street
X SO by N 100, being lot 7, block 19, Woodstock
Tract, Alameda; $.0. •
Augustus 11. and Alice J. Ward to Charles J O.
Kell, lot on the S line of liavton av-nue. 257 W
of Paru street, W 8 by 5> 120, being lot 9 b;ock U,
oak I'ark Tract. Alameda; $10.
George K. and Carrie B. de Uoila to HomeSe
rui ity Building and I*,an Association, lot on s
line of Frederick street. 143 W of Telegraph ave
nue. W 50 by H 100. Oakland; $3200 ,
nome security Building and Loan Association
to I iucoln s. Church, same; 810,
Sarah M. Morken to Joanna Burnett, lots 4,5, 6,
block 55. San Antonio. East Oakland, subject to a
ruortg.ge; $10.
D. P. and Joanna Barnett to Thomas Wilson,
lot, 4 and W ha f cf lot 5, block 55, East Oakland;
81160.
Same to Lillle M. C. Wilson (wife of Thomas),
lot 6 and E half of lot 5, block 56, same, East t'a<-
Imi 1; $500.
Ju.la A. Steele to George H. Perrin, lot on W
line of Pearl street 2jo s of Central avenue, s 50
by V> 272, lal 6. block 10, Map of Hays & < aper
ton properly, subject to mortgage for $1500, Ala
meda: gift.
George H. Perrin to Max Glas, same, Alameda;
$10.
Buildei**' Contracts.
James Murphy with V. t-S. Godln to erect a one
storr building on S line of Twenty-seventh street,
198 Wof Church; M. J. Welch, architect: $1155.
B. F. Hawes with Caspar Z-vlerleln to erect a
two-story din: on line of Pell street. 103 W
of Masonic avenue architect, contractor; $4500,
SAN FRANCISCO "CALL."
BUBINESS OFFICE of the San Franclsoo Ca__—
•710 Market street, open until 12 o'clock every
night In the year. ; ' .' :•
BBANCH OFFICES— S27 Montgomery street
corner Clay; open until 9:30 o'clock.
SB9 Hayes street, open until 9:3o o'clock.
615 Larkin street: open until 9:30 o'clock.
SW. corner Sixteenth and Mission streets; open
on til 9 o'clock.
1243 Mission street: open until 9 o'clocic.
2618 Mission street: open until 9 o'clock.
167 Ninth street; open until 9:30 o'clock.
Itos Polk street; open until 9:30 o'clock.
NW. corner Twenty-second and Kentucky
Itreets: open till 9 o'clock-
MEETING NOTICES.
*r^S=» CALIFORNIA LODGE NO. 1, F. ■
&jy and A. m., will meet THiS (THURS- Jk
DAY) EVENING, Aug '26. at 7:30 <-'c ock. iKjf
Third degree. By or -er of th" Master. f^^\
FRANKLIN H. DAY", Secretary.
nrrS» YERBA BURN A LODGE --^mfcjs
u>~-^ No. 15 i.O. 1. Uflicers and __ryßaS£^
members are earnes ly requested to -=§3jsB^~?
attend the next regular meeting, »'"*
TH ÜBS AY, August 26. Important amendment
to the by-laws to be acled on.
A. D. CHESHIRE, N. G.
11. F. Nki'n-abbr. Bee. sec
B^S**-* THE SAN FRANI ISCO SCOT- A *« ***■*-.
*-^^ tish Hustle Cub nu-eis THI--3f, 3iXj
(THURSDAY) EVENING, Fraternity >jkX!fc*
Hall, 32 O'Karrell st., at 8 o'clock. 1 *
Regular smoker. Scotchmen d siring to know
something about Dawson Oi v are Invited to attend.
W. A. DAWSON, Royal Chief.
Geo. W.-Patkrsox, Recorder.
t3P TO THK OFFICERS AND MEMBERS
2Fs^ of Seven Pines Circle No S, Ladles or the «.
A. R. — Y'cu are requesie l to meet at th • parlors of
the Gulden Gate Luderinklng Company, '2429 Mis-
sion su, near Tweuty-firu, THIS DAY. at 1:30
p. it., to attend the funeral of our late sister,
LAURA G BREW KB. By order of the president,
LVDIA C. HINCKLY.
M. J. Griffith, Secretary. .
SPECIAL NOTICES.
Jfr^|p» POSITIVE PROOFS, BONA FIDE
Bs-fi' owner, Gustave Sin-pier, of th's proper.,,
16 and J 6% Sherman. 1 a"d I a Cleveland st., op-
posite Columbia square, Sau Francisco. Occupied
by forcible, unlaw cccups nts twenty-six months-
six legal notices were s rved on th' m to vacate.
Gift deed recorded in Hull of Becoid . New- city
all, San Francisco, June 11. Mort aged July 22,
189j. Deed recorded again May 28. 1836. sec-
ond mortgage, to secure interest on first. Decem-
ber 16, 1896. Affidavit re orded agains ■ James J.
Fllnn, 'I imothy K. '1 reacy. street c ntractors.
aetiinst fnmmons No. 49,357, dated December 31,
1891. Witness, .Barbara Uszynskl.
jjEs**" THEY ARK CLOSING OUT DRESS
üb~-& goods, corsets, hosiery, underwear, bid-
spreads, towels, taole-covers, laces, embroidery,
linings, trimmings, veilings, etc., very cheap at
Pione.T Dry-Goods *store, 105 Fifih sU
g:^ MME MIRANDA, ELECTRIC AND
&-»' vapor baths. Boom 31. 1122 Market
SE^S^ MBS. DR. FISH, 36V2 GEARY', ROOMS
EF-- 6^ 1 and 3; electrician; alcohol Turkish baths;
without a rival.
IT^S= 100U BUSINESS CARDS $1 60, 25 VlS-
i****-*-^ lling cards 25c. HILL, 221/2 Geary su
Stf-jS^ TAD IEN ANTS EJECTED FOR *4:
w*-*^ collections made: city or country. Paclfio
Collection Co.. 415 Montgy s*»„ room 6: lei. &SHO.
SITUATION'S WANTED- FEMALE.
SWEDISH GIRL, FIRsT-CLAsS COOK AND
lO r.ou^ework: C;.n take full charge; best of city
references; *25. MKS. G. N OKI ON, 315 Sutter.
■jWhDlsn HOUSEGIRL, STRONG AND
0 willing, good cook 2 years in last place, $20;
also upstairs girl, $15: best references. MRS.
NORTON, 315 Slitter
SWEDISH (FIRST-CLASS) NURSE, INFANT
or invalid: ca-i take full charge; belt of city
references. MRS. NORTON, 315 Sutterst.
pOMPETKNT MOTHER AND DAUGHTER
Vs d.-sire situations; gcod cook and waities*: best
reference; city or country. MISS CULcEN, 323
suiter st.
TVTEAT FRENCH GIRL DEsI«KSA SI TUA-
Ii alion to do cooking and housework. J. F.
CROoFI'TTA C*.'., 316 Sutter st.
EMPLOYMENT OKI- ICE— MBS. LAMBERT,
417 Powell sU (iel. Main 533-), furnishes best
help of all nationalities
/ TILLS FOR SECOND WORK AWAIT EN-
vT gagements at the PaclficEmployment Agency,
328 Geary St.; open eveuims; lei. Brown 401. \
TRUSTWORTHY COMPETENT WOMAN
wants to do housework: is good cook and laun-
dress, or any kind of work; nl. tocliU iren; refer-
ences: wagessl2to $15. 79 Jessie) su, bet. First
and second.
lißl-NCH YOU L/ DY W ISHES POSI-
Jtf Hon as seamstress in private family cutting
and fitting and dressmaking. < all 23 John at., off
Maion, be:. Jackson and Pacific.
\i IDDLE - AUK)) AMERICAN WOM A N
!'» wishes posi io . as h us -keerer, chambermaid
or seamstre s: would care for invalid. Mils. M.
E. TUTHILL, 1221 Filbert sU
YOUNG AMERICAN GIRL, SPKAKS GER-
X man fluent. wants a housekeeper's posllicn;
hotel cr widower's borne preferred; city or coun-
try. Room 11, 223 Post st.
cotch woman want.-, situation. city
or coun.ry: good cook, baker and laundress,
or housework; references. Address cook, 11V_
Lank-ton St.
RELIABLE WOMAN WISHES POSITI TO
do light housework or assi.t with cnildren in
small family: country: wages $12 to $16. ■10
ctmore place, off Powell, near Clay,
Position WANTED by A competent
girl for second work in an American family;
refeience. Pie use Call. 527J/C, Linden aye., near
Octavia st.
YOUNG LADY WISH POSITION TYPE-
X writer: experienced; salary moderate. Ad-
dress T. W,, box 41, cali.
/ ' ERMAN LADY WISHES 2 ••BSCUILDBKN
VJ to b. ard; motherly care; terms moJerate.
1314 Turk St.
1 TRONG SCOTCH WOMAN WANTS WORK
i) by the day; washing, ironing or cleaning. Ad-
dress J. S., 126 Perry st.
i OMAN WANTS H o USK k X E PER'S
ii place: will taKe cook's place; 7 years and ref-
erence. 1360 Folsom,
SITUATION TO DO UPSTAIRS WORK BY
neat, competent young gir.; plain 8 wing and
m*-nding. t ..ddress B. L., box 1, Can uffice. *
OMAN, NOT STRONG' ENOUGH FuR
1* kitchen-work, wishes light work for a little
more than room aud t.oard. W. S., b.ix 37, Call.
Rf.T-CLAHS COOK OR LAUNDRESS, FOR
X* city or country. 118 Wiley su, bet. Bush and
Pine, eff steiner.
EKM AN GIBL WANTS FLACK TO A ST
light housework, or care of child. 1341 Stev-
enson su, beu Hermann and Thirteenth.
VOUNO FRENCH WIDOW OF SOME EXPE.
X rlence wants a permanent place as hou>e«eep-
er: IBy or country. 1.41/2 U. ary su
"DEFINED OUT HERN LADY' WISHES PO-
XY sitlon as housekeeper for widower. Call or ad-
dresi 105 Grove si. j y? ; **
WOMAN WANTS WORK BY THE DAY:
»» washing, ironing or any kind of work. Call
or address 312 sixth *v, room 14.
AMERICAN WOMAN WOULD LIKE Posi-
tion to do general bouse worg; chi dren I.oob-
j c Ion; w. ges $20. 328 Geary sl. room 21.
YOUN., LADY WISHKS NICE PLACE TO
care for child or assist in housework. Ad- !
dress 250 Carl st. *- i
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, THURSDAY, AUGUST 26, 1897.
rTTFATIOVS n-ANTKD-lontiin«^.
(OOD SKAMSTBESS WISHKS SITUATION
"' in private family; city or country: Is good
sick lv rse and hi usek« eper, or any positiou of
trust. 1)., box 6, or 315 Vi O'Farreil.
pOMP.TENT WOMA'A WISHES A SITU.A-
V/ i, on ai good coo : will do plain washing or
general housework; cliy orcountry. 2124 Howard.
Gl-BMAN WOMAN WIsHKS WASHING
anu cleaning, *1 a day and carfare. Apply
1243 Mission su
\'OU.*.G BUSMAN I.ADY DKMKKS A
JL working housekeeper's, place; country hotel
or widower's home preferred Boom 2, 228 Post.
M IDDLE-AGKD WOMAN WISHES A Posi-
-1»1 tion loaisist in light housework and care of
children: good home; small wages; fiist-clasi ref-
erence. Aduress, 339 Clementina St., bet. lourtli
and tilth, Howard and Foisom.
yuI'XOGIHL .lUi-T PROM THE EAST DE-
A sires tn secure a lucrative housekeeper's pace:
bachelor's or widower**, home preferred. 621 Mis-
sion si., room 5.
KE-SI'hCTABLE WOMAN WISHES POSL
lion a.- seamstress in family or would go as
housekeeper in widower's family. Apply 2015
Howard st.
} EXPERIENCED YOUNG GIBL WISHES A
-i situation to do second work in a private fam-
ily. Please call 406 McAl.is er, or G., box 4, ail.
RELIABLE MIDDLE-AGED GIBL WOULD
like general housewerk: is good cook: don t ob-
ject to country; reference. 10.4 Howard, room 1.
WANTED-POSiriON AS HOUSEKEEPER
" by young lady for widower or elderly gentle-
man. MloS ANDEBSON, 106 Third St
REFINED YOUNG GiKL WANTS POSITION
as nursejrirl: child over 3 years; small wages;
good home-. b--st of references. M. G , box 35, Call.
VOU.NU GIBL WANTS PLACE AT DBESS-
-I making. Apply 214 Steuart st.
/EHMAN GIRL WISHES PLACE FOB
VI housework and plain cooking. 1311 Jackson.
SITUATION BY EXPEBIENCED ECONOM-
ICS) woman cook in mining camp or for men
on ranch. Address A., 1121 Howard St.
RESPECTABLE GERMAN WOMAN WITH
ooy 9 years old wishes situation as working
housekeeper; city or country. Address MBS.
MILLKIt, 418 Laguna St.
AMERICAN W< 'MAN WISHES SITUATION
ss housekeeper or cook on ranch. 1920 How-
ard st.
"I ADY WOULD LIKE POSITION; CITY;
J J care Invalid, ilzlit work; no cooking or wash-
ing. Apply 4'*s Leavenworth st. -jgpjiißtJ
\\riDOW WITH EXPEKIKNCE WISHES TO
" take care uf children. Call 28 V_ sixth st.
puLOI'.ED WOMAN WISHES WOKK OF ANY
Vj kind, or wil take wa,htng at home. MRS,
GRANT, l»Vo Church ay.'., bet. Broadway,
Vallejo, Powell and Stockton sis.
I
TIT ANTED— BY LADY LATELY FBOM THE
" East position to do upstairs worK; is g>.od
: eamstress. Inquire 604% Linden aye.
ATTENTION, LADII-S — I CLASS
x\. dressmaker would nice evening work at home:
cut' -:*.: and fitting at $3 50 a suit. I ommunica c
wl.a V X., 3983 Twenty-fourth st,, who will call
on you . i the evening,
"\rOU.\G WIDOW WI:-HES HOUSEKEEPER'S
-L position. Ca.l 203 a Powell st, room 1.
oCKQ s\ OMAN, RECENTLY FBOM ENG-
X land, -n ishes a position as housekeeper for
bachelor or widower. 117 Kddy 8.. room 1.
t-1 C LAi-tKiN — KKA.MJii OFFICa uf THE
til -» CALL Subscriptions and want ads taken.
ENGLISH WIDOW WISHES SITUATION AS
housekeeper lor bachelor or -widower: city or
country. 15^ Turk St., room 18, second floor.
GERMAN WIDOW FROM EAST WISHES
position to make herself generally useful. Call
bet. 12 and 9 P. M., 151-2 Turk st., room 15.
OUNG WIDOW ' WISHES POSITION AS
-L housekeeper: In bachelor's or widower's home
preferred: plaiu sewing done. 106 Fourth st, r. 2.
ASTEHN WIDOW WOULD LIKE POSITION
as housekeeper: widower's home preferred.
-•-'- i Sixth st., loom 6.
ytJUXG WIDOW FKOM THE COUNTKY
J. wishes a housekeeper's position. Apply 120
Eddy, room 2.
V' Parisian lady OFGOOD family
J. wants to secure nice place as housekeeper:
country villa or widowers' home preterred. Booms
10 an- 11, 122 Post su
'»»-7 A.CiSl*oojijß.i4X al„ BRANCH OFFICE
«•— I 1 ********* *|V* I,; «>u. >J| Mill kiKwcripuous
taken.
EXPERIENCED YOUNG GEKMAN GIRL
wants a managing housekeeper's place: city < r
country; widower's home preferred. Boom 8,
207 I ost st. ':*'-' ;
YOUNG lady fkom the countby
-I wishes position as housekeeper in bachelor's or
widower's household, ill Geary st. .
4WAKIU.I 9i'.-Bh'A.NOu UIMUIi W litJfi
~i Call: want ads and subscriptions taken.
■yOUNG SOUTH LADY WISHES POSI-
X tion as housekeeper; city or country. Call 234
O'Farreli su. rooms 4-5.
"yoUNG WIDOW I'ltuJl MIXICO WISHKS
X position as housekeeper, city or country. 906
Market room 22. yi. .-- . ■■„ r...;
A' OUNG LADY WISHES POSITION AS
X housekeeper: city or country. 36u*g Geary St.,
room 1 5, second floor.
yOU".G LADY (STRANGER) DEi-IRES A
X housekeeper's place; bachelor's or widower's
home preferred. 120 Geary st., room 2.
/-I - LABKIN— BRANCH OFFICE OF THB
\lltJ I'Ai l_ Subscriptions iiii-i want ads ir.ken.
SITUATIONS ' WAMKD-JIALK.
CHINESE & J VI'AM-sK; KST'D 20 TEARS:
help: iel. main 1997 KP.ADLK V A Co. .640 Clay
HUNTER & CO.. CHINESE AND JAPANKSK
emp. ollice. 614 1/ California St., tel. main 231.
Cl HIKERS AND JAPANESE EMPLOYMENT
I office; best help. 414Va O'FarrelL Tel E. 426.
JAPANESE EMPLOYMENT BUxvEAU, 709
oeary st. Tel. Sutter --125.
FIBST-CLASS PAINTER AND POLISHER
1? wants position In hotel or college: will do jan-
itor work; sober and has first-class references. A.
JOHNSON. 255 Harriett st.
COACHMAN; SCANDINAVIAN: FIRST
I class horseman knows the care of girden; can
milk; with first-ciass references. X X., box 87,
Call uilice.
yOUNG MAN OP STEADY HABITS AND
X good character wants position as hotel porter,
city or country: lira t class references. . a., box 2,
Call Oflice.
G1 ABDENER i R MAN ABOUT PLACE, CAN
I dr ye and milk, wants good place; English,
used 30: good appearance; excellent references.
G. G., 533 Sat-r.-.mento st.
If BENCH COUPLE DKSIBE A PLACE IN
X i nvate family as butler and -econd girl, city or
country. Address J. D., box 157, Call Office. .
1 EXPEBIENCED MAN AND WIFE WISH
J hotel or ranch work; woman can do plain
cooking or < hamberwork; man nas 16 years' ex-
perience; best references. B. R. E., box 179, Call.
DRUGGIST; REGISTERED: 27; HIGHEST
reference as to Character and ability; used io
lirsi-c ass trade; only steady position, Ho-iest,
box 6, Call Office.
JAPANESE, EXPERIENCED VALET,
would like to help lady or gentleman In travel-
ing ; bes; references. B. R., box 149, Ca'l Office.
SITUATION WANTED BY EXPEHIENCE D
O ci ok in restaurant or liim h-house: steady and
sober; Lest of references. 632 Mission st , rm. 15.
VOU.^OMA.S, MARKIEI). WISHKS -ITUA-
X tion us janitor o* porter in business; best of
references. Address 1. s., 131 Ash aye.
/ * I C LABKIN— BRANCH OFFICE OP THB
Vfl O CALL: lubscrintions sim want ads taken.
yrouNo, STOUT Man (DANISH) WOULD
X like position In a wholesale grocery aid fish
business; 8 years' experience ani best of Califor-
nia reteren-.es. Address A. MI ETT, 126
Perry st.
"yoUNG MAN (danii-h) wants S! I UA-
X Hon In private fam ly or any kind of work:
best of references furnished Address P. JOHN-
SEN, 431 Third st.
LDERLY TRUSTWORTHY MAN WANT*
J situation as bookkeeper, collector, hotel or
lodging-bouse clerk, watchman, tend bar or store,
or make himselt useful. C. 8,. oox 19, this office.
"yOUNG MAN WANTS SITUATION: ANY
A kind of work; city or coun'ry understands
horses, cows and garden; goon reference. Address
J. a. Macdonald. 214 Third su
BARTENDER WANTS SITUATION; EXPE-
.. rlence and reference. Address 162 Erie st. ■*.'
WINCHESTER HOUSE. 44 1 HIKD ST.. NR.
>' Market;. 200 rooms 16c 10 Sl 50 per night;
{1 to to $6 per week; convenient and respectable!
tree bus and bacgage to and irom the lerry.
9^'/>i; * il^ &l *-'N b'l .-BRANCH OFFICE OF
_•_'— it) 'lull Call; fcutiacripuuiu uul waul mis
taken. tBBBBSBBSESBSifeI' -
HELP WANTED-FEMAU.
MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN FOR SECOND
worn for a private family on a ranch, $20;
second girl, reierences required, city, f2O; ranch
cook. $10 and others. MURRAY <t BEADY,
Leading Employment 'Agents, 634 and 636 Hay.
HOP-PI HOP-PICKERS! 16 MORE
amltlis. women, men and -boys, for picking
ln the great bop 'fields of Ca Horn la; good wages
can be made on this job. For particulars call on
MURRAY & BEADY, HZi and 636 Clay st.
HELP WANTED— Contlnuad.
GIRL, EDDY, $25: GIRL. VALLEJO. $25:
gri, Powell, $20; gin, Union, $20; girl, Brnd-
erlc«, $20: girl, < o intry. $20: girl. Eddy, $20:
t-ir , arreli, $20: girl. Pailfio aye., $20; girl,
Alameda, $20; gin, Leavenwortfi, $20; girl,
Washing. on, $20: girl. Pam Alto, $20; girl, Cas-
tro, $20. MARTIN A CO, 749 Market sL
\\rAiTKEB-*. C TV, $5 A WEEK: WAlT-
'•res. «ity hotel, $15 and room: waitress, coun-
try, $17 50 and r.om: waitress, country, $ '.0 and
room; waitress, Oaklaud, $15 and room: 4 extra
waiiie.--.es, country, Sl per dsy; waitress .Vail- jo,
*15 and room young girl <o assist waiting, $3 a
week. AIABTIN & CO.. 749 Market st.
COoK, ALAMEDA, $3J AND ROOM; COOK,
VJ city, $.5 and room: cook. Yolo I ounty, *-U
and room -."cook. Palo Alto. «25 and room; rook,
country, $25 and room: colored cook. Nevada, S3O
and room MARTIN A CO., 74 < Marke; sU
GIRL, VALLEJO. $15: GIRL. SUTTER. $15:
girl, Niles. $15; girl. Post. »16; girl, Geary,
*15; girl, c. ro, n,15; girl, O'Farre. l, *.5: girl,
li-rit, $15; gr.'. Taylor, .15: girl, frteuart. $15;
girl, California $15 MARTIN & C., 749 Market.
2 MIDDLE-AGED WOMEN, COUNTRY. *15
«- each; middle-aged woman, city, $15: 25 young
girls to assist housework, $10 to 'sl2 a month.
MARTIN A CO., 749 A. arket St.
1 AUNDKESS, Al AMr.DA. $25 AND FOUND;
•I-** fancy ironer. $35 and foil in.: fancy laundress
country, $35 aud room. M..RITN & CO., 749
Market sU
CIH MKERMAID, CITY, $15 AND BOOM: 8
J chambermaids; chxmburn.aid to wait some,
oity, *20 and room. MARTIN & CO , 749 Market.
CASEI X, CITY RESTAURANT; MUST BE
experienced; $-.0 to $25 a month. MARTIN
<_ CO., 749 Market st.
STKWARDESS WHO CAN COOK; SEE
party in office, steamer. MARTIN A CO.,
749 Market st.
Cook and waitress, same hotel, $40
a month. MARIIN A CO., 749 Mar . St.
Head waitress, c ty. $6 a week.
MaRTIN A CO.. 749 Market st.
OUSEWORK. SAN MATEO $20: RAY-
monds*2o; sacramento $25 and other towns;
12 housework girls, city and conntry, $20 and
$-5; 8 young girls assist, alO 10 *15. MIsS
CULLEN, 323 Sutterst.
SECOND GIRL AND SEAMSTRESS, $26;
laundress, same hous:, $25. Miss CULLu-N,
323 suit r st.
p EI. MAN NURSE, $20. MISS CULLEN, 323
yJ Sutter sU
-DRESS, $25 TO $30. MISS CULLEN,
3.3 suiter st.
COOK, STOCKTON RANCH, $25. MISS CUL-
) LE-n, 323 Sutler
TVURSE GIRL, $12. MISS CULLEN, 323 SUT-
Ii ter st. i:x:.yj-j-y.A:. : m:,-, . .-.
SWEDISH OR GERMAN COOK, $30; SEE
lady here. Miss CLLLEN, 323 cutter st.
Dinnek waitress, $15 per month.
MISS CULLEN, 323 Suaer su
Vt' AITRESS, $15. SLKEP HOME. MISS
'» CULLEN, 32 Sutterst.
GERMAN GOVERNESS AND SEAMSTRESS
$20. MIsS CULLEN. 323 butter si..
2 GERMAN SECOND GIRLS $20. MISS CUL-
-i LEN, 323 Suttersu
2 GERMAN SECOND GIRLS, MUST HAVE
& city references, $1.0, $25; French second girl,
$20: gin for housework, smal, family, $25; uur,e-
-gir:,s.s. c.ok for boarding-house, $ 5: '28uirls
tor general housework, *15, $20; cook and laun-
dress, prlva.e family, $20. C. R. HANSEN <_CO.,
108 ry st.
TAIL'.RKSS; FIRST-CLASS OPERATOR
and finisher; $10 a week; call early. C. R.
HANSEN A CO., 108 Geary su c*;
CASHIER AND BOOKKEEPER; MUST ]
have city references and experience; call
early; $8. C. B. HANSEN A Co., 10S Geary st. I
EXPERIENCED BO -KKEEFE . AND CASH-
-i ier, with city experience and references. G. Jt.
HANSEN A CO, 108 Gear/ su
WANTED— FAMILIES OR WOMEN AND I
" glr.s to ma.i- up parties to pick h ips in a fine, I
healthy locality, short distance in • ountry: com-
fortable ten son tne grounds; parties can beard j
themselves or get meals a. notel for 10 and 15
cents each: this Is a chance to eujoy a few w>e;s
in the country and make some money besides.
Call W. D. EWER & Co., 626 Clay St.
tir ANTED— WAITRESS FOR INSTITUTION;
'I snort distance in couutry; must be first-class
and about 30 years of age; salary $30 a month,
rem, board and washing. ApDiy to W. D.
EWER A CO., 626 Clay sU
GIRLS OF ALL NATIONALITIES TO FILL
Tva lous positions. MRS LAMBERT, 417
Powell st.
1 EKMAN COOK $30; 3 GERMAN SECOND
" I girls, $20: girl to assist, $12; 4 girls for nouse-
work, *} 20. MRS. LAMBERT. 417 Powell st.
SWEDISH GIRL, GENERAL HOUSEWORK
kJ $20. MBS LAMBEBi. 417 Powell st.
YOUNG IRISH GIRL, GENERAL HOUSE-
X wen; $25. M. S "LAM.Br.RT, 417 Powell.
•_> GKR- AN SECOND GIRLS AND SEWING,
«» $°-0 ; nd $25; French chambermaid and sewing,
$20: German or .caidinav.an iO;k, plain wash,
American family. $30; 4 cooks, German style,
$25, $30 Hnd *35: waitr.ss, country hotel, $2 J:
ranch cook, 91 and girls of all natiouallt es to
fill situations in city aud country. J. ¥. CROSETT
A CO.. 316 Suttersu
CAOOK. AND SECOND GIRL, SAME HOUSE,
) ALtmeda, $30, $20; housegirl, sau Bafael. »20;
hoiueglrt. city, $30. MRS. NORTON, 315 suiter.
GIRL FOB GENERAL HOUSEWORK, $30,
r city; references. Pacific Employment Agency,
328 Geary St.
"VTUMBER OF WOMEN WANTED TO CUT I
li fruit for canning; comfortable workroom; j
fi uit deliveied to workers and removed: no lif lug 1
1 1 quired; turnished rooms In priva S families for 2
or 3 persons ai $1 to *1 60 per week, with us. Jof
kilch-n. Wrl c Immediately to Los Gatos Can-
neries, Les Gatos, la!.
WANTED— A LADY COAT F'INISHKk;
" nothing but an expert need apply. Apply 23
Mason St., Olympla Tailor Co.
YOUNG GIRL TO TAKE CARE OF BABY
X aid assist with upstairs work; wages, from $8
10 *10. 1718 O'Farreil st.
YOUNG GIRL TO TAKE CARE OF BABY
-I and do little housework; $5 a month. 2410V4
sacramento St.
GIRLTO CARE FOR CHILDREN AND AS.
sis', light hi useworx, $10. 1308 Buchanan
HELP AND APPBENTICE WANTED AT
dressmaking. 420 Larkin su, cor. Turk.
yol'.NG GIRL TO ASSIsT WITH LIGHT
X housework. 2126 F'if.eeiiih st.
VI EAT YOUNG GIBL FOB HOUSEWORK, $3.
11 1912 Hyde su
THIRST-CLASH TAILORESS ON FINE COATS.
X 216 Kearny St., room 1
ARRIHD WOMAN TO DO CHAMBKR-
work for rent and small salary. 989 Howard,
RELIABLE OIBL TO ASSIST IN LIGHT
nousework; good home. 612 sianya 1»u
WANTED— FOR HOUSEWORK; GEK-
111. in pref rred. 248 Oak st-
■\TEaT GIRL, GENERAL HOUSEWORK, $10.
li 708 Capp si. . —
WANTED— OIRL, NOT OVEK 15 TO ASSIST
n in light house.vork. 1307 Fillmore su
"VTEAT* YOUNG GIRL, ASSIST GENERAL
li housework and children; (10. 22 J V. Waller.
WANTKD— KIM : HERS ON PANTS. 504
Leavenworth su, cor. O'FarrelL
NEAT OIRL TO AS-IST IN GENKRL
ll homework, 111 l Post st. I
GKHMAN WOM.N FOR SUHWORK IN
co.i fee lottery. Call 111 l Market si.
YI'UNG LADY PRINTER WHO IS WILLING j
X to sol lei. some. 1 6 weekly. 31 Third.
(M C LARKIN— BRANCH OFFICE OF THK
Uiy CALL subscrlptldiis and wanteds taken.
-\? IRST-CLASS COAT FINISHER. 775 MAR-
-1 ket st.
GOOD PANTSMAKKR WBO CAN FINISH
VJ and operate. 775 Marke. sv.
GIRL ASSIST AT HOUSEWORK AND
cooking: wages Sl2. 826 Ilaigh. St.
OPERATORS ON OVERALLS. LEVI I
STe.AUss A CO., factory 32 V_ Fremont su ;
YOUNG GIRL GKNERAL JioisEWORK.
X 10 Liberty st, bet. Two.illeth and Twenty-first.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUHKWOKK AND
cooklng; call in forenoon. 1628 Su ter st.
4 MARKET ST.-BRANCH OFFICE Of THE
Call; want ads and tubscriptlons taaen. .
MOST CONVENIENT AND RESPECTABLE;
Wl Winchester House, 44 Third St.. near Market:
200 rooms: 2ac to $1.50 per night: $1 50 to $6
per ween; free bus and baggage to and trom ferry.
NE FRENCH TAILOR SYSTEM. WITH IN-
met lons, given away aw li month, _. F.
Dresscuttl.ig saloon, 916 Market st.
LEARN DRESSMAKING AND MILLINERY
at the only, school receiving the to. d medal;
patterns to order 25a MCDOWELL'S, 103 Post su
1 i\l Ni-sT'ii. ni'.-iitA.VCri ui*i*»i4 VOX
XUI 'ibM vaUh kUMc-ripu-ja »-na viaiu sas
i taken. -
HELP WANTED-MALE-
-80'_) MEN AND STRONG BOY'S WANTED
•'«» to day; we sent 18» to work yest rday;
come right -long and get a job from $75 to #20 per
month aud found: '-0 farmers, orchard and vine-
yard hand s..for different plae- *26, $25, $20 and
$15 per mon.h and found; 50 lab *er*, cllv wore,
$1 75 and $1 60 per day; 14 teamsti rs, $1 75 and
9. 70 per day; 3 milkers, $--0 to $25: huttermaker,
! $1.; cheesemaker, $_>0. MURRAY A READY,
I 634 and 636 Uay si. •-
SWMILLS AND WOODS— WANT SO
men to go to-morrow. $26 and $20 per month
I and found, free fare. MURRAY <£ READY, 634
j and 636 Clay »v i
I "1 f\ FRUI I -Pfl KKRS FOR SANTA CLARA
I X" County, fare $1: 10 almond-pickers for Con-
tra Costa County, la c 15c. MURRAY A READY,
I 634 ana tib 6 Clay st. .v.*. ■",-.'•• •'"-".,;
1
CARPENTERS.. WE WA" T 2 MKN FOR A
lance vineyard for building l-arus, packing-
houses, eic : $2 d y. MURRAY A READY, 634
and 606 Clay su
9U(i HOP-P.CKIRS WANTED: MARRIED
,7 -' or singe; with or without children: boys
or girl j; old or young; anybody. everybody como
alon,' and pick Lops. MURRa* A READY, 634
and 636 Clay st. ',*.!>. /•;
WOODCHOPPERS. WOODCHOPPERS— WE
if want 60 men; $2 SO per cord; tools furnished:
83 tie makers, 6xB, 7-f . ties, 8c ea.h; tools fur-
nished: 4j shingle and box b It matters. MUR-
RAY A HEADY, 634 and 636 C.ay si.
T'l -PICKERS— WE WANT 60 MORE MEN
X aid strong boys for different places: »30, $23
and 820 per month and found. MURRAY A
READY. 634 aud 636 (.lav sU
MINING DISTRICT-- WE WANT 150 MEN
to bu ld a new road through the great
mining districts: laborers, teamsters, drillers, etc.;
$1 75 aid $2 per day: free fore, free fare. MUR-
RAY A READY', 634 and 636 Clay st.
3 BLACKSMITHS AND HOKSESHOERS: 2
trlckmolders. MURRAY A READY, 634 and
636 clay st.
Cooks, different places. *65, $40
V) and $25: 3 dishwashers, $15 and $20; 2 wat-
ers, elf: pantryman, $25, country hotel. MUR-
BaY A BEaDY, 634 and 636 Clay su
HO! FOR THE HoPFIELDS — 200 MEN
wanted to pKk hops fir the largest hopyards
in California; healthy climate and good water:
tents on the ground: pickers can do their own
coo i ing or board at company 'd hotel: good meals
10 and 16 cents; willing workers can mite fair
wagers. Appiy to W. D. EWER A CO., 626 Clay.
WANTED— TO MAX.-- UP PARTIES OF 4, 6
if and 10 people to pick hops for large hop
beds, ue.tr city; comfortaole tents on the ground:
parties can do their own cookingor board at h.>iel;
good meals at 10c and 15c: this Is a good chance
to have an outing in the coun.ry for a month and
make some money besides, Get your party to-
gether a.d tail ou W. D. 1-.WER A CO., 626 Clay.
WANTED— 3 QUARRY MEN, NKAR CITY,
if $31 per month and board, steady j b: black-
smith for camp, $52 and board; man to run a
small engine on a large ranch md pump water,
$25 and boar ; watchman tor v.neyard, $20 and
board: 10 teamsters lor city, $1 75 perday: 2
b >ys for factory iv ci.y, $3 per week; 60 grape-
picker-.; 800 hoppickers: 3 milkers, $20; laundry-
man, $25 and found: cooks, waiters and dish-
washers. W. D. EWER * CO., 626 Clay aU
WANTED-50 MEN AND - TRONG BoYS TO
pick gra| es or work In winery for first-class
vineyard company: sun- pay and long job: wages
$20 80 fir picking una $26 per month and board
*.or wintry work; no Sunday work. Apply to W.
D. EWER A CO., 626 Clay St.
COOK, COUNT it V HOT L. $50; WAITER,
J $20; cook. $40; waiter, *3>; waiter, *2o: 2
waiter-boys for a ci»mp $-0; restaurant, $20; 3
dl.shw-ish'-rs, $-0 dishwasher, $15. C. li. HAN-
SEN A CO., 108 Gea y s-
BLACKSMITH AND SHOEK, sITOP, $2 50;
blacksmi. h. .'6l and foun.l; 2 helners, $2 a
day: blac<smlth. $1 a day and found. C R.
HANSE.* & CO., 108 Geary sU
, LACKSMITH WHO THOROUGHLY UN-
' derstands shurp.-iu.ig Burleigh drills, $50 and
found: 2 helpers, *2 a day. C. R. HANSEN A
I Co., 108 Geary St. *■*•
SIEVE-TENDER, $1 50 A DAY' AND FOUND:
man to drive derrick team, $1 a day and board,
I for a thrashing m. chine. C. R HANSEN A CO,,
It B Geary st.
0 MINERS. $3: 2 MUCKERS, *2 50; 15 TEAM-
-0 sters, $1 75: 2 shoveiers, $2. C. R. HAN-
SEN A CO., 108 Geary st.
Oil FRUIT-PICKERS, 75c A DAY: TO GOAT
OU once. C. K. HANSEN ACO. 108 Geary st. I
•NJEAT WAITER, COUNTRY HOTEL, $00.
11 C. R. HANSEN A CO., 108 Geary sU
GARDE MANGE. FIR^T-CLASS HOTEL,
$7 5. C. R. HANSEN A CO., 118 Ueary st.
FRENCH HEAD COOK. COUNTRY HOTEL,
A $60. C. R. HANSKN A CO-, 108 Oeary st.
IHA FRUIT-PICKERS TO START THE
IV/Vf first week in September. C R. HANSIiN
A C 0. ,108 Geary st
I 7 RAILROAD LABiRERS TO Go NORTH
X 1 by steamer this morning Call early with
your bankets. C. R. HANSEN A CO., 108
I Geary st.
IRONER, COUNTRY, $25. C. R. HANSEN A
CO., 108 Geary st.
POTWASHER, $20;- DISHWASHER. $20:
same house; call early. C. B. HANSEN ACO.,
108 Geary st.
IJ BOILER, *7a C. R.HANSEN A CO., 108
Ij Gerry L
3 WAITERS C. UNTRY, $'26 AND 130 AND
0 room 2 w alters for camp. *20 and roimeach;
4 waiters, city. $.5. 3 roarding-house waiters,
$20 and room: waitir. Oakland $:-0: 8 ycung
men, small hotel, $10 and room: German waiter:
lunch nnd dim walltr, *25 a month. MaRTIN
I A CO., 749 Market st.
"I APANKSE COOK AND HEI.PJR, $45 AND
•I room; Japanese cook, ranch, $30 and room;
Japanese for chamberwork, $15 and room: Japan-
ese, laundry work, $20 and board and room: Jip-
anc * cook, small place, $20, c.c. MARTINA
Cc, 749 Market st.
A COOKS $10 WEEK, CITY: Ci OK, COUN-
" tr/ rest, urant. $45 and room; crok, $40 and
room; 3 boarding- house conks, $26 and room; third
cook. $-5 and n.om; conk, »7 week: cook and
helper, $12 wee*. MARTIN A CO.. 749 Market.
ci DISHWASHERS, $21 AND ROOM; 3
— dishwashers, $'5 and room: dishwasher. $7 a
week; 3 vegciablemen; 3 kltcienmen, small
wages; dishwasher, $18 and room. MARTIN A
CO., 749 Market
■yOUNO MAN, GENERAL WORK AROUND
X nice hotel, $15, room, board, etc. MARTIN A
CO., 749 Maricet st. .? V •
QAft LABORERS AND TEAMSTERS TO GO
• JUI' north: *1 75 rer day. MARTIN A CO.,
7»9 Market st. '■:'.- ~'-tf-
»> FRENCH I RON BBS, STEAM LAUNDRY;
0 man and wire, laundry, Nevada MARTIN A
CO., 749 • arket st
RANCH-HAND: $20 IER MONTH. MARTIN
A CO., 749 MarKet St.
5 HARNESS-MAKERS MARTIN A CO., 749
Market st. . ?;,>
TRONER. COUNTRY LVUNDRY, $35. ROOM,
X board, etc. MAR UN A CO., 749 Market st. *
MINER, «60 PER MONTH, BOABD, ETC.
MARTI.*. A CO.. 749 Market St.
3 BOY'S, $8, *10 AND $12 PER MONTH,
0 b.ard, c.c. MARTIN A CO., 749 Market SU
SAISsGE-MAKER $12 PER WEtK. MAR-
TIN A CO., 749 Market st.
1 LACKs.MITH.C UNTRY SHOP.S4O,BOARD
1> room, c c. MARTIN A CO., 749 MarKet su
BUTTER-MAKER, $30, BO\BD. ETC. SEE
party here. MARTIN A CO., 749 Market su
3BANCHIIAND . $16 PER MONTH. MAR-
TIN A CO., 749 Market St.
WANTED— TEAMSIERS $1 «0 AND $1 75
if aday; blacksmith- helper on carriage work $10
to $12 a we?k: blacc^mlll., $2 per day at d found-
farmer $20 and $1:6: Ameilcai farmer and wife'
8-6; farmer f.ir truit rai.cn. #-25: Ktibleman for
countiy, $16j >cc loss here; » w. odchoppers $1 a
coid. a. id others, .\|i| ly 10 J. F. CRO.-sE » T &
CO., 628 Sacramento st.
WANTED-COOK FOR MINERS, $3.; COOK
ft for steamer, $35: se ond rook, $10- chor,-
n. an about hot-- 1. *15 waiters, dishwashers and
otheis. Apply to J. F. CROSEIT A Co.. 628 Sac-
ramento at.
«) MINERS. Bl'BLKl'ii' DRILLS. $3 A DAY-
t. blacksmith lor camp, $26: * .ovelers and team-
sters, $1 60 a day: 2 wait r-bovs, country. $15-
-waiter an d porter work. $15; man to w rg in a
I vegetable garden, $15; orchard hand. *15 R T
WARD A CO.. 608 and 610 Clay st.
YV' ANTED— COOK lOR REsT.xIRVNT $10
H a week a i waif rs, country $20 and '$_ ,
waiter, city. $.10; young man to drive wagon, tend
bar, liquor store, etc. ANDnE's, 308 Stockton st.
MAN TO MAKE HIMSELF GENE RALLY
. ... useful around a hotel. HOTEL GAZETTE,
420 Kearny st *
\U ANT^D— RETAIL . SALESMAN: ONE
ff fami tar with grocery or crockerj- line; give
wages expect. d and name of last oyer: none
others need appiy. ,J. X.. box 147, mis offlca .-
WANT. D- A FIRST-CLASS BUSHELEB;
ff no ie but a fi-sl-class tusheler need apply.
Apply -22 Mason st. . Olymnla Tailoring Company.
TMNISHEB. KXPERIKNOD ON -Mr.N'-l
X cats: apply ear.y. ROLAND A BATES, '-.0
Stockton st. .-....-'■■■' ...... . ■■■ ■.- -.- .. -
Y\r ANTED— A MAN FOR NURSERY. WORK
ff . and pot plants; wages $15 a 1 mouth. 512
Haight st.
HELP WANTED— .
on BOYS BETWEEN 14 AND IT YEARS OF
ZU.ase. 200 mi. ter st.
AroU.N'O MEN FoR CRUISE SOUTH SEAS;
X a so seamen at HERMAN'S, 637 Clay St.
CHIEF OFFICER FOR BRITISH SHIP AT
HERMAN-, 637 Clay su
BOY, 14, FwR ELEVATOR: ORPHAN PRE-
lerred; wages sma.i: good nome. 2.>9 Post St.
WANTED— O 'OD JOB PRINTER WITHOUT
fl gold fever. McNEIL BKOS, San Jose.
(„ GOOD SHINGLER . 1606 MISSION ST.
GOOD AND SOBER DISHWASHER AT 8
Jackson st. j*?. iiv;-'*' r :
BOY TO LEARN WATCHMAKING TRADE.
103 Third su : ■*:' ? r -.: •':'.
AN TED-PART TO OPEN WELL-
ff paying business: small capital. 416 Brannan.
GOOD WAITER; CALL EARLY. MODEL
restaurant. 1245 Kentucky st . Potrero.
PECRUITS WANTED FOR THE UNITED
It states marine corps. United states navy:
able-bcdied, unmarried men, between the 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 ab.e to speak, lead and write
English, and be between 5 feet 6 inches and 6 feet
In height For further information apply at the
recruiting offlce, 20 Ellis st, san Francihco-, Cal.
BABBKR-SHOP FOR SALE OR TO RENT.
Apply 416 Turk st. •
FINE MEN'S CALF SHOES, $1 76. TO OR-
X der, $2 50; hall-soling, 25c up. 959 Howard.
SEAMEN ;ALSO FIRST MATE FOR ENG ISH
ship with papers 10 Steuart st., upstairs.
GIOOD CONFECTIONER THAT KNOWS
VJ the business. J. A., box 47, Call Office.
SHOEMAKER-SHOP WITH MACHINE FOR
sale cheap. 1802 Bush au
£1 C LABKIN— BBANCH OFFICE OF THE
OXO CALL. Subscriptions and want ads taken.
BARBERS' PROTECTIVE UNION: BAR-
bers' Association of the Pacific Coast; free em-
ployment Office. & FUCHS Secy. 32j i.raut ava
BARBERS' UNION— FREE EMPLOYMENT
Bureau, 6 Fourth SU, upstairs. L LESS, sec.
SAILORS AND ORDINARY SEAMEN
wanted at L-iNE's, 504 Davis, near Jackson.
Vir ANTED— IS KAN HE-CUTTERS GO TO
ft JAMES Folsom City, CaL
SINGLE ROOMS Ifc AND 15c NIGHT, 75c
► and .*». week. Llndell House, Sixth and Howard.
BRANCH OFFICE OF THE CALu 167 NINTH
bu — Want ads and subscriptions taken.
qqq ha yes— branch office of the
OOU call: subscriptions and want ads taken.
0 THREE STORES IN ONE GRAND CLEAR- [
'J ance sac; fine assortmeni. of men's, boys'
youths' and children's shoes sacrificed at actual
cost prices. 767 .Market s.'., opp. Pneian buildiug.
■vtew Waldo loboing-house. 70S Hl*
Xi sion st., be.. 3d and 4th— Single rooms per night,
lOc to 60c; per week, 70c to $2: clean. quiet: spe-
cial attention to morning calls: open all nighu
ELCHO HOUSE, 863% MARKET ST.— ROOMS
20c. 25c to 50c night: $1 to $2 week.
T-.'./'l JlU.N'itouaisKY CO. .NEU UK CLA V-
**-)_ l open nntil 9:3J oclock; branch office of
the Call: subscriptions and want ads. taken.
TIT ANTED— GET YOUR SHOES MADE TO
f f fl. your feet at the same 1 rice you buy ready-
made o.ies, irom $1, $2, $3, $4 and $5, at 662
Mission st., bet. First and Second.
qnri/T PAIRS— ANOTHER LOT op MEN'S
•OvJl'U shoes: been slightly damaged: at less
than one-fourth their value; from 25c to $2 50.
562 Mission st., bet. First and Second.
lOT OF UNCALLED-FOR SHOES FROM 25C
■I-J np to $1 25. 562 Mission st., Deu Ist and 2d.
IA ANTED, Tut OLLEOrWAUJC*-. DUE LABUK-
ff ersAderks KNOX Collection Agcjr, 110 Sutter.
«>•)(» liAY_.o 01.— B«.A-\vrl OFFICE OF
000 'liv Calx; kuuK.-riptiO-4 aim waa*. ads
taken.
Tl' ANTE D— MEN TO I.EABN BARBER
ff trade; shops, tools, positions furnished: 6
weeks required, s. F. Barber College, 138% Eighth,
IKI Nl-MH. oi. — 1.1.A.\v,il UFFICE OK
ID l 'iii* tiu, subMii-ipiiua uiu want ads.
taken. Al -.!■'■■
TRY ACME HOUSE 957 MABKET ST., BE-
low sixth, for a room; 25c a night: $1 a week.
LADIEs' SHOES, SOLING, S6c: MEN'S
shoes, soling, 50c: all repairing dons at half
lhe usual price. 562 Mission su, beu Ist and 2d.
*, .
WINCHESTER HOUSE. 44 THIRD ST., NR.
fl Market: 200 rooms, 25c a night; reading-
room; iree 'bus and ban gage 10 and from th- ferry.
1,1 simon wants ioo men to get bottle
J-2. beer or wine 6c; best free lunch. 643 Clay.
ROOMS, 150 TO 750 PEP. NIGHT; 500 *v *1 oj
per weeic Oriental. 225 Drumm su
Wanted- AND MECHANICS
f I to know that Ed Bolkln. Beno Honse proprie-
tor, still runs Denver Honss. 217 Third ■_: iii
Urge rooms: '.'be per night: $1 to $3 jier week.
AGENTS WANTED.
ON COMMISSION; WANTED: ACTIVE
azeniwhh gooa connection, to sell shares In
developed mine, Tuolumne County. Address Min-
ing Company, Call Branch Office, 527 Montgomery.
Agents wanted for medicated
wafers: positive safeguard; $1: also tonic
BDecific for all female troubles: for home use.
DR. AND MRS W. OICNI- R, 526 ddv B'..
ROOMS WANTED.
ANTED— BY LADY' WITH TWO SCHOOL
ft children, furnished housekeeping room lv
private :amlly; $5 to $6 month; send full particu-
lars. H. 8.. .533 Jessie st.
WANTED-BIISCELLANEOUS.
LIGHT 2-HOBSB TRUCK IN GOOD ORDER.
Addrisi .M.. box 79. CalL
WANTED — VENTRILOQUIAL FIGURES.
yMf Apply before 12 ,11 . 108 Etgiilu sU
ANTED-SECOND-H AND TYPEWRITERS,
roll-top desk. Addiess T. W., box 46, Call.
W ANTED— LIoHT 2-HOItSE TuUCK, IN
'wf good order. O. T., box 79, this office.
OLD GOLD AND SILVER BOUGHT, w]
MUND, watchmaker and jeweier, 226 Ellis st.
OLD GOLD, GOLD DUST. JEWELRY. ETC.,
boughu O. NOLTE, jewelrr, 222 O'Farreli,
near Mason.
AWNBROKER-OLDGOLD, SILVER, CAST-
offc.o hing bought. Add. COLEMAN. 41 Third.
FOB SALE-MISCELLANEOUS.
SILVER OPEN-FACE STOP WATCHES FOR
810; cost*2s. Uncle Harris, 15 Gnntave.
URN ITURE 10-ROOM HOUSr.; NEARLY
X full of good roomers: $150. Inquire 639 Ellis.
BROWN WORK HORSE FOR SALE APPLY
226 Pacific st.
'^-HORSEPOWER GAS ENGINE: >INK
rt order. Yosemite Cycle Works, 112 Golden G. ay.
TsJEW $65 HIGH-ARM SINGER SEWING-
AY machine lor sale; $25. 3372 Twenty -second.
A LOT OF SECOND -'HAND ROCHESTER
lamps with hangers. Addre.'S H. R. H., Call
Ollice. ' ,-*----.
VI I NINO STOCKS. . '
-Ifx 10.000 shares of good mining stock s for sale-
your money doubled in a short time. For Informa-
tion address MRS SUSIE E. FISHER, P. v. box
325, Denver, Colo.
W ANTED-GET YOUR SHOES MADE TO
f f ht your feet 1 1 the same price you buy ready-
mnde ones, from $1. $2, $3, $4 and $5, at 662
Mission st., bet. First and Second sts.
*-»(;All -Pairs — another lot MEN'S
*J\JVJ\J shoes, been slightly damaged, at less
than one-fourth tb.ir \aiue. from 2 to $2 50.
662 Mission at., b-t First and M-roud.
BH. P. CLERK GAS ENGINE. CuMPLET-.:
perfect; guaranteed. WHITE, 516 ai Ission su
I ADIEs' SHOES SOLI G. 3c; MEN'S
-1 shoes, soling, sUc:all repairing done at half
the usual pre-. 562 Mission su, bit. Ist and 2d.
JR. POOL, HOUSE- Mu DEALER SEC-
. ond-hand bui. ding material, 1122-36 Mission.
€ OFFEE-MILL. SCAL , HAND-TRUCK, LET-
lei-press, i-eik and safe cheap. 102 Clay st.
LOT OF UNCALLED-FOR SHOES, FROM
25c up to $1 25. 662 Mission, bet. Ist and -d
BARS, BACK BARS, mirror*, *->HGA'-
cases counters. Unoi- urn, office furniture, store
and othce furniture and fixtures: new and second-
band. J. NUONAN, 1017-TOlO-10U'l-102i Mis-
sion st., above Sixth. : '?IBSBB__I_H___-_H
SAFES- BARGAIN aIN A li-.W AND SECOND-
band: all sizes; also a lot of safe-deposit boxes.
CHARLES WALTZ, 109-111 Markel at.. S. F.
B* ILEBS.ENOINE*»,2O HAND MACHINERY
McINTOSH & WOLPMAN. 137 Beale St.
ARS. SHOWCASES, CUUNTEBS, SHELV- '
J • lug. etc, bought and sold. 1063 Mission, nr. 7th,

- MACHINES.
Clj-o MONTHLY: RENTED, REPAIRED,
•yp Z. bought, sold; machine supplies. 145 sixth.
A LL KINDa BULGHT, SOLD, EXCHANGED.
J\ rented; repairing; lowest rates. : 205 Fourth,
BUSINESS CHANCES,
"^TTTITr^BABB^s^ i»
»ft*jUU. Western Addi Ion: dotnga good profit-
able business; sickness cause of sale. M- LEiS,' 6
Fourth st. . - . . ; : -
AOAA/1 BUTCHER BUSINESS IN BEST
— Vf'tv). posslDle lo«-atlon In the Western Ad-
dition: building included : 2 goud horses and carts:
lintly fitted up: tar<e birn.'etc.; ground rent only
.■ 5 per month; will po.-ltively clear a: lowest esti-
mate $;75 per month over all expenses, which will
be prov. d ny a trial ai U thorough investigation.
M. LESS, 5 Fourth St. .
Ctf 1 A fill HXHEL IN A LIVELY COUNTRY
•JjP I -i\J\r. town: 30 rooms: w»-.l furnished: old-
est* b ished house: rent, ouly $50 per month;
d»ln< a profitabe businisi; house always filled
with good, steady and welt-paying transient pat-
rons. M. LESS, 6 Fourth SU jßgj'ffi^
$|C/\, SALOON ON ONE OF THE RKJ-T
toU. streets: one bock north of Market:
we I fitted: doing a fine business; is easily worth
$800. M. LEsS, 5 Fonrth SU
■*lin^n <-0 .NEB WINE AN*> LIQUOR
*iJP J VfOvJ. store, with 2 cardrooms; 2 bocks
north of Baldwin Hotel: flrst-class laying estab-
lishment; low rent: actua. value $1800. Call
WIuKK, 783 MarKet su 'J .' - .'.:
CM Xrwi ELEGANTLY ; FITTED- SA-
*S)i-o\J\f. loon, d.lng Urge, profitable business,
clos- to Palace Hotel; rent $.0: death In fami.y
causes a sacrifice WILKK, 783 Market st.
ftOFv-n good paying BUTCHER shop
s°""' in Wester 1 Addition: best kind of fam-
ily custom: hoi-«; and wagon: owner going East ;
excellent bargain. Apply WJLKE. 783 Markeu
©Qf^n CIGAR STORE IN CHOICEST L.O-
•UPO-Utf. cation on lively ouslness street, balf a
block from Market; fine fixtures: stock of goods:
steady run of customers. Particulars WILKE,
783 Market st.
GENERAL MERCHANDISE BUSINESS IN
countr*-; receipts $tOO mouihly; wltl sell half-
interest. Particulars WINSTON <fc CO., 646
Market st.
fll9* : in PARTNER NEEDED: HORSK-sHOK.
«jr^iUV.ing and wagon-making business: fine
chance for sieady man to be connected with Al
mechanic; owns buildings. W. F. HEALY. 917
Market su
$_"9F. BEST SALOON ON THE CITY
• >_*U. front: opposite ferry: finely fitted up
and doing big business; owner here 6 years; must
sell. STENBERG & Co., 632 Market st.
■ft-O^fl PARTNER IN RESTAURANT;
«IP^c/Cf. man not afraid of work: this ls a good
chance. Apply to B. CUB RAN, 268 Minna su
fl_7Rn FIRST - CLASS SaLOON: WORTH '
<UP I Ov. $2000; finest Jo.-aOon in city; doing a
good-paying business; reasons for selling party
going East: must be seen to be eclated. F.
C., box 6, Call Office.
WHITE HOUSE SALOON AND GARDENS
ff a: Colma, now runniog. including fixtures
and furniture, to let for a ierm of years, inquire
of FRED HAIIN.J2OI ihlrdsU
IA FTER DEALING IN GENERAL MER-
) JtX chandise zO years in this town I desire to sell
out and retire. Apply to WM. WADSWORTH,
Rio V.ata, CaL;- . j;
FOR SALE-CIGAR-STAND AND laundry
X office on good corner; old established business
916 Kearny sU
PARTNER: SECOND-HAND FU NITURE
I business; no experience required. D., box 126.
Call Office.
It-Jlin SALOON IN GOOD LOCATION. AP-
iS)O\J\J. ply Bonanza Wine Vaults, 341 Pine.
1 ESTABLISHED HAND LAUNDBY: CHEAP;
J on account of departure. 109 Hayes su
OCEAN HOUSE, FOR RENT. FURNISHED;
responsible business man only; big bar trade;
i-xquisite grounds; RICH, 112 Montgomery su
SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY' FOR BUSINESS:
- 10 let, flat 5 rooms and oath, $12 50; coal-
yard, with <. stal s, -18; store, witu fixtures, $10.
191b i/ 2 McAllister st.
THIRST-CLASS DRAY'ING AND TRUCKING
A business; 15 teams: all in first-class order; do-
ing good business; party wishing to retire. L., box
129, cali ollice.
CANDi-STORE; COMPLETE FACTORY;
small expense: great sacrifice. 124 Kearny sL
GOOD BUSINESS FOB SALE; BIG MONEY
VJ for right man: reason for sei. in. ' going to
Alaska. Call at 316 Third st., L. NlcuLL
"yOUNG WOMAN FROM THE EAST "WISHES
A gentleman partner for the Klondike. Call 737
Howard st., room 2.
1 ARGE SALOON;. PR.. FITS $11 A DAY;
1 j rent $25; death reason for selling. Apply 1121
Harrison st.
MEAT MARKET; MUST BE SOID THIS
week. Inquire at market, 576 Howard sU
VIBST-CLASS BAKERY: BAKES 7 BBLS.
X daily; cwuer going Eas:. Inquire Call Office.
ARTNER WANTED IN GOOD-PAYING RE*,
taurant. downtown. 717 Mission su
GROCERY' ANil BaR FOR SALE; TINE Lo-
VJ cation: owner retiring from business. 782.
Devisadero su, cor. Fulton.
SMALL HOTEL IN A COUNTRY 1 TOWN
O near the city. Inquire at Wolf-Wreden Com-
pany. 412 Front sU *
S'.'ftn BARGAIN: FINE SALOON; GOOD
iV". business; old esiablished; cheap rent.
805 Howard su ' .
FLOURISHING STAND ON MARKET ST.
X for sale cheap: rare chance: rent $10 m.jnthl-w;
good income. Inquire 1236 Market St., rojm 77.
DENTAL OFFICE: FINELY EQUIPPED;
excellent location. Dentist, box 30, this oflice.
FOR SALE, CHEAP — RESTAURANT IN
A* wholesale districu J., box 164, this office. "
SHoE-MAKER-SHOP; GREAT BARGAIN;
O most sell. Apply 1102 Clay st.
(-1 OOD-PAY'ING RESTAURANT; • MUST BE
Isold. 821 Kearny su
ii OOD-PAYING HOTEL BUSINE-S; LONG-
VJ established; half interest $600; whole $1000.
Address Cosmopolitan Hotel. Petaluma
PORTLAND AGENCY a HIS PAPER. IN-
quire this office or at 133 Third st, Portland.
Oregon. ,*•■.*- . >.
8
LODGING-HOUSES. '
"I (' ROOMS, CORNER. CLEARS $100 A
Lvl month $1250
22 rooms, all rented, only. ....'.'.. ...... 250
'22 rooms, sunny corner .".'."" 7511
12 rooms, on Gulden Gate avo., fine.!] '" 650
14 rooms, on Fourth st "-" 451)
Other bargains, r H. C. DECKER, 1020 Market
»>^A 10-ROOM CORNER HOUSE: WORTH
tJT^j«JU. $800; must be sold. DECKER. 1020
Market su
<Jtl E.A 22-ROOM HOUSE: FINE LOCATION
•IT-I-J". and paying. DECKER, 1020 Markeu
<Bt9Afk 13 ROOMS. ALL FURNISHED
tJP^-UU. neatly; sloo cash, bal. easy. 827 Mission
$1 -^nO GREAT BARGAIN; SO ROOMS;
*»fI)I.Z,VV/. good-paying house; $600 Cash, bal-
ance easy terms from income of bouse. H., box 6,
Call.
— 1
FURNITURE FOR SALE.
HOUSEHOLD RANGES ARE THE J»o.ol'
JOHN F. MEYERS CO.. '..47 Market »v
FURNITURE WANTED.
IfVURMTURE, STOVES CARPETS, COUN-
X .lera showcases ANDERSON. 1121 Marks.
TVEW STORE; NEEDS FURNITURE; BEST
If prices SILVERsTIEN, 1223 Market. postaL
INDIANA AUCTION CO. REMOVED 1.0 1»
AMomgomerv st. :hi- best prices paid. Tel. Davis 7 l
CARPET-CLEANING.
CI.V STEAM CARPET-CLEANING WORKS:
.-titans, moves, ays carpeta O. H. STEVEN*
Mgr. 38 and 40 Eighth st. ; telephone South 250,
WiIEN Vul' BECOME DISGUSTED WITH
»» poor work send toSPAULDING'S PtoneerCar-
pet-beatini Works. 1;53-»f Tenama »v: leL So. 41
JWATTS.rellab'e carpet-c.cauinr.renovtg.alter-
. alion works, 413 McAllister. Tel. Jessie 32 L
CARPETS CLEANED. RENOVATED" LIKE
n-w. J. McQUEKN, 453 Stevenson: tel. S. 228.
» DVANCK CARI'ET- CLEAN CO., 402
JX. suiter; tel. Main 394. GEO. WALCOM, prop.
C LKANINu, 8c; LAYING. Mc: RU . SAM-
pies free; teL Jessie 944. Stratton, 3 Eightn.
CiARPEIs CLEANED «t RENOVATED UMM
new. i 3 Tenth; lei. Sooth 36. Mackintosh 41 Co.
J*. MITCHELL. CARPET-CLI-.ANINi. CO., »
. 240 14. sL; cleaning 3c. a yard: tei. MU 74.
CSUNKLiA'a « AUTm - Bu.Aii.NG \>UR_.J.
/ idJ Golden Gate ava Telephone East 12* A
, . LOST.
STBAYED FROM' BAY' VIEW — WHITE
nD gmy hound dog: gray spot on back: answeis to
name «.f sir Walter. Reward by returning 10
MICIIA EL CONNELL, Twenty-eighth aye., beL
I and II s., Bay View. '
m.ACK GREYHOUND DOG. IRETURN TO
D 1108 Howard su ; reward. ' A 10
T OST-RED COW, WHITE FACE: R~&
J-< ward., 428 Connecticut bu • " **
1 O.vr-KNIGHT TEMPLAR BADGHi re".
Ij turn to J. PEEL 702 Market sU: reward.
RED, ROAN, MOOLEY COW. PETER I 1 p*
At PuNT, San Bruno road, near Five-mile House.
LOST - YOUNG LLEWELLYN ". SETTEB.
answering to name Frisco. Reward at 62tt ClayJ
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