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MISFORTUNES OF A WHALER Two Men Deserted and Two Whales Are Lost After Capture. Contradictory Reports About the Sailing of the Battle- Ship Oregon, Great Enthusiasm Among Naval Militiamen Over the Coming of the Marion. The whaling bark Horatio that got in last Wednesday night is one of the un fortunates. Tne bone and oil she brought in will not pay expenses, so the crew will be paid off wilh the proverbial dollar. During the voyage two of the crew, Manuel Silva and "Jim" Frazer, deserted in order to join the sealing scbeoner, Golden Fleece. The latter is owned in Guam and was to return there as soon as the cruise was over. The deserters joined the schooner at Hakodate, and from there the crew of the Horalio say she went to the Copper Island rookeries. The captain and seven of the crew of the Golden Fleece lost their way in a fog and were captured by tbe Russians and put In jail at Petro pauloisky. An Eiglish ciuiser came along soon afterward and her captain se cured their release and took tiem to Yokohama. The Horatio was in hard lack during the entire season. On one occasion, when the boats were all out, the one com manded by Third Mate Joseph Chase was approaching a whale when another mam mal came up under the boat and nearly stove it in. A few minutes later there was not a whale in sight. Again, when the Horatio was entering the Sea of Okhotsk a whale was killed and the work if cutting up began. A storm came up and Captain West nad all he could do to save the vessel, so the whale was lost. On a third occasion a whale was struck and three boats were fast to it. Nighi came down, however, and the boats bad to cut the mammal adrift. The battle-ship Oregon has been tbe subject of considerable discussion during the last few days. Different reports have had her bound in half a dozen different directions, until now no one --eems io know just where she is going. Yesterday morning ail shore liberty was stopped and the starboard anchor was taken in. It was then said that the battle-ship was going to Sausalilo for the night and Thence to sea for target practice. During the afternoon several of the sailors came ashore and laughingly remarked, "'lt's up anchor in the morning and snore liberty in the afternoon." Ail hand*., are to bi aboard again this morning. According to the lir-t reports the Ore gon was to have sailed yesterday for En senada and lrom -there lor Magdalena Bny, where the men were to have three nays' target practice with the big guns. Then she was to make a run down the coast and test the guns on the way, and now she is to goto Sausalito. On Monday she will start for the open sea, but how far she will go noboJy but the captain seems to know. The Pacific Steam Whaling Company is preparing to enter the St. Michael trade next spring. It is negotiating in New York for a steamer and will probably have two ready for the trade by next March. It will also run the steann-rs Waicoit and Thrasher in the Copper River trade. The Oceanic Steamship Company's Ala meda sailed for Australia yesterday. She took away, besides the members of the Frawley company, an unusually large number of cauin and steerage passengers. The steamer Claudine sailed for Honolulu also during the morning, but the Alameda will probably beat her by forty-eight .hours into port. Captain Turner of the Naval Battalion will pay a visit to Mare Island to-morrow to have a look over the Marion. He does not want the warship's spars removed, nor does he want her housed in. Tee Govern ment will probably grant the request, and then the members of the battalion Will be jubilant. The Harbor Commissioners will be asked to give the vessel permanent dockroom at one of the wharves, and as all the members of ihe board are in favor of doing everything possible to help along the battalion, only the question of loca tion remains to be settled. As soon as the Marion is safely moored to the wharf everything belonging to the battalion will be put aboard and the present quarters given up, thus effecting a saving oi $3CO a month, which will be expended on tue vessel. New recruits are pourinc in, a band is being formed, and soon San Fran cisco will be able to boast of the largest and most efficient body of naval militia men in the United States. It is the intention of the officers and men to celebrate the change from the Camanche to the Marion by a reception and tail. As soon as the man-of-war has Leen put in first-rate order the function will take i lace. It is tbe intention of the oflicers to em ploy a regular drill instructor who will always be at hand to lock after the men. The schooner Volant has been pur chased by H. C. Larsen. tne big collier Peter Jebson by Jonn Rosenfeld's Sons, the schooner General Banning by Captain W. 01; en, and the old whaler Alaska by Captain Cogan, late of the Thrasher. Capiain Thomas, late of the schooner J. N. Inijall*, will be master of the Gen eral Banning, and the vessel will be put in the Mexican trade. The police are now looking for the sloop Anna Catherina, which sailed for parts unknown last \Vedne.-dav. They think that some one who is "badly wanted" was among those wi.o formed the crew of the little craft. Etnile Pagot, 'a returned whaler, is after his lather's estate. The money was all lelt to him. and his two sisters were cut off with a dollar each. Pagot is now of age and has agree! to divide with his sisters, so the guardian of the latter is going to help him to get the money. Pagot got back here a week ago on the whaling bark Gayhead. SUBPENAS ARE ISSUED,: Member* of El Dorado Parlor Are Ordered to Appear on Novem ber 19. The members of El Dorado Parlor of tbe Native Sons' Association are spoken of as adepts in getting up catchy invitations or parties. Tne latest one is in the form of a subpena and follows: You are commanded to appear before the Judge oi the Supreme Court oi Entertainment of the city and county of San Francisco, De partment No. 52, at the courtroom of the said department, Native Sons* Hall, on the 19th day of November. A. I). 1897, at 8 o'cloc* p. M., as a wit in si in a social action prosecuted by the members of El Dorado Parior against monotony of everyday liie. Ou the part of the people. El Dorado Parlor, expert enter tainers. 'Section 52, Code Social Procedure — wit ness served with a subpena must attend at the time appointed with any papers or money in hiscontrol required by the subpena and an swer all pertinent questions at the box-office, and unless sooner discharged must remain until the close of the entertainment. Section 56, Social Code— Disobedience to a subpena, or r^lusal to be sworn or attend as a witness may be punished ty extreme regret. THE RAINEYITES NEED MONEY An Assessment Levied on Each of the Assembly Districts. Several Changes Made in the Old Campaign Com mittee. The Sullivan Wing of the Democracy Will Meet Monday Night to Reorganize. The finance and campaign committees of the Rainey branch of the Democracy met last night in Judge erfield's courtroom. Tne most important business transacted was the raising of a campaign fund to pay off a few outstanding bills for hall rent, and it was quickly and neatly carried out according to prog-aram?. Major Harney had scarcely time to an nounce the object of the meeting before * George Love claimed the attention of the committee. "I move," said he, "that an assessment of $10 be levied on each as sembly district." "Second the motion," chimed Dr. Billy | Gavigan, who was seated at Love's right. The motion went through without a ! dissenting vote. "I have a list of names here," added i Love, "of men who could do the collect- j ing, but I don't want to present it. It | would look too much lite a prog-amme. - ' ! "That's what it is,'' ejaculated Julius ' Caesar Sauhnan, who was among tbe in- I vited guests at the council. Major Harney frowned severely at Saul man and put an end to all further talk of I programmes by announcing that he would j appoint the campaign committeeman in j each district to look after t.ie gathering of j the needed coin. "Whose going to hold the money?" anxiously inquired one of the committee- | men. "That's so," said Love, "we ought to have a treasurer. I nominate Thomas | Burke from the Thirty-seventh District." j "Second it," ejaculated Gavigan. "Elected," declared Ha n v, and the work of the finance committee was over for the night. The campaign committee then went into executive session and discuss »d the j matter of gettinz ready tor the Freeholder * election. It was decided to hold meetings in each of the eighteen Assembly districts , next Monday night to elect Jive delegate*. to a Freeholders' convention to be held next "Wednesday nigh. The convention will have but little! worn to do as it is generally believed that ; t c ticket selected by the Repub'ican ; County Committee to-day will be indorsed. The following changes were announced in the campaign committee: Twenty ninth District, James K. Colbert to succeed Samuel Biaunhart; Thirtieth j District. Joseph Cunningham, vice T. ; Fitzpatrick; Thirty - fifth District, C. j O'Callaghan, vice James F. Butler; Thirty-seventh District. Thomai 11. Burke vice Major Harney: Fortieth Dis trict, William Sheehan vice M. C. lias sett, and Forty-third District, Raleigh P. Hooe vice George Marye. Harney resigned because of bis election as chairman of' the general committee and the others j whose places were filled are going to serve with the Sullivan wing of the Democracy. The general committee of ih*" Democ racy, presided over by Colonel Sullivan, will meet in Native Sons' buiiding Mon day night to organ. and adopt a new constitution. The Man Who Killed His Father ; How he Feels About It. THE SUNDAY CALL. LEFT HIM WOUNDED. The Driver of a Milk Wagon After Running; Over Patrick McGonigal Abandon* Him. Wiii'.e crossing Annie street, between Jessie and Mission, at 1 o'clock Wednesday morning. Patrick McGonigal was knocked down and severely injured by a milk wagon. McGonigal was on his way home at tbe time. A milk wagon came along and the driver, evidently not seeing him, ran over inm^ The man sustained quite a severe cut on the back of his head and the ninth and tenth ribs on the left side were broken. The driver did not stop after the acci dent, but drove on, leaving the man in an unconscious condition on tne street. Some men comlnz along saw the injured man and took him to the County Ho 1. --nita!. It is thought the man will recover. He was a laborer and resided at the Ne vada House. THE FISHERMEN ANGRY. Lively Haiti* Among the Illegal Stur geon Catchers by J. 11. Davis. J. H. Davi«, one ol the patrolmen of State Fish Commission, returned from the San Joaquin and Sacramento rivers yesterday and reported having taken a ! very laree amount cf illegal sturgeon j gear from the waters of the streams, j These gears consist of long stout lines of the best material, that are strung out into j the rivers and held in place by anchors ! and floats. Each line is loaded with hooks, and no matter what kind of fish \ strikes the hooks it is sure to be caught, i lor the more it struggles the more hooks j become fastened into it. The use of this < teckie has been prohibited by law, ana the mere possession Is evidence of guilt. Davis was out ten days, and he dragged for the lines oi eleven camps. As a result of his labors he confiscated 10,000 feet of. sturgeon lines, fifty anchors and over 55. --000 hooks, the whole being valued at not | less than $500. As a result of this raid there is less of these fish in the markets , than usual and the dealers are not in a I good mood in consequence. lilt Thigh Broken. William Brooks, 70 years of age. was thrown from a train at Third and Townsend streets while returning from Ingleside last evening and sustained a fracture of the thigh. The old man was on the platform when the train stopped, and the crowd of people endeavoring to alight iorced him from the platform to the grour.d. He was removed to the Receiving Hospital, where the fracture was reduced. Caught Between the Care. Eugene Leed, employed by the Southern Pacific Company as a switchman, was caught between the cars at Sixth and Townsend streets last evening aud buffered a fracture of the leg below the Knee. He was removed to St. Luke's Hospital, where his injury was at tended to. THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1897. HOTEL ARRIVALS. GRAM) HOTEL. Isi Griswold, Los Gatos Cl. Joss? yn, Sacto I H Perkins, sacio Mrs B c Powers, LosAng I Mis X Kotib, Pa Miss Wilson, i'a Miss Starr, Pa A G Wr Kb A w, N V It J tuny. Dixon Mr Tiexel A w, A" V H E Hausoi, Cat J? Young, Cat P t" Hartley, Minn M X I aJr, Sonoma J Doyle Jt -iv, Fresno II 11 Bund, Berkeley '1' M Molt Jr, Berkeley L Morris, Presidio T I fetch, Kureka \V P MaiislMd. Pasadena L E Tickbam. Chico J B Chambers it w, or O\V Host, Circle City C Oaley. tri Louis X C Loin;, Kansas City -A' Klvnn, I Louis I Dr B M Gill. Dunsmuir F Bartlett, Livermore j W Hawkins, Sacto M BlgisJr. Oroville I J Ingham <fe w, . ugene Mrs B T Chapman, Or I J M Hixon <fe w. Seattle 0 W Beriler. Ga C H Arnold, Atlanta O Weateodorl «£ w, Mcx J Aron, a i royo Urande W G Packard *w. Cal W I Dill man. Sacio X J Masou. Chicago Miss Griswold, San Jose W sternback, Hollister i c: Gras it w, Oroville J X P.aggio & «-, Cai J C Llndley.>evada City <i S 1 ondle. -acto G B Powers ft w. Napa H M I.i Hue, Sacto B Graot-SM, Calls. Mis J A .Noider, Aqua Mrs Mdc Vries, .-uotktou Ca lento BUSS HuUSE. DrH 8 Baggs Aw, Cal W A Heath. Healdsburg J L. Chaiuoer am, Ky C I i-al, Stockton R Keyna, --toon on S L Uiltt. Pt Anna W L Webber sac C Jackson, Truckee II .N Hunter. Bishop J > lant, Oakland Jv Firth. Bedding C A Tilman, Reno B R Carpenter, 1-ruitvale E II Lively, N V G Stewart A w, Wash Miss L Hunter, Wash R W Taylor, NY CD Wlllard, L Angeles Ruth Winquist, Portlnd Mrs D Charters, Prtlnd H S Hunt ot w, Wash A Stark, sac P O'Donnell. Alameda E F Townsend, Hmbldt Mrs G H Fcsher, S Cruz Miss E Harm- t, s cruz Mrs a M Hoag. s Jose Mrs I'eise, San Jose E McGeuigan, Vallejo L McGeitigan, Vallejo J McKenua, Pigeon ft »■ W Kemp. Mlddleiown Miss It Kemp, -diddietti Miss N Puir, Mlddleiown Mrs A Ferguson. sac W KichHtdson, 1 ruc^ee Miss Lawson. San Jose M sboenberg. Mont J Mcßean, Nev; da Cy J Young, Wulnul ale i. E Brown. (Salinas X E Bik*r w, Ca B Jt Kao-y, Oakland H J McKlnnon, S Mateo <; * Callahan, Beuida E Trudo. Sac F M Meredith. Mijave Xli Harvey, Shasta s P culle.i & iy, A.o ii H H Weymouth, Fresno PALACE HOTEL. W Carhar:. Stanford it M Blair, Waterman M i trin, Chicago 11 M Gorman, GoM Hill I*. farm-. i, ■> V A B ugliam. Marysvil.e Lieu. G Patterson, USA F *-. Landstre^t, W Vi L A Crane, Santa Ciuz Mrs La i .street, WVa tf A Wlllkomm, fan Jo»e VV A Saw, Australia i J A Bittel, Chicago Mrs W A Saw, Aus.ralia Mrs A L Ctiurc-bi.l, N V Mri Bingham, Marysvle ; J F Caldwell. NY A C i levelatid, > cv Mr* J F Caldwell. NY DP Hennessv. U s N W 11 Ch»p|)U, NY A J Rich, Buffalo I Mrs W H Chepru, NY C R I'errme, Buffalo I J Girdwjo-l, N 7. F A Jewett, Hurt I It B Colbert, NY TB Wilcox, Portland , M M Davi», N V L H Hole. Chicago (**. B Hutchinson, N V Mrs L 11 Hoie, Chicago I D s KrskiDH, NY* FA Wadlelgn. Salt Lake H Vos, .NY s X hooper Deuver j Mrs H Vos. NY' D E Burley, salt lake I W X Aldridge, N V W Krausbach. Hamburg j T D Honeymoon, Or D Scbumaker, Hamburg BALDWIN HOTEL. | S X Williams &w, N V Mrs X H Hastan, Or i .M ti. Harris, Oakland G Alexander. Granville I S a Marsh, I.os Angeles L C Wyatt, Los Angeles ( j W S Little. Bos on C A Brant, Boston \ j VV 11 Drown * w, i oston Miss X M Forrester, N V I I* Comsat., Kansas City D E Davis Boston A L Carlton, wis J Wil 7.1 ink I. Visalia ! W (.ald?r<!t w. Orange Miss D Calder, Orange I .1 Burrows, Chicago A B c Donde 1. S Helena ! W ii Keicnum. Chicago J (, Jury, .-an Jos ■ F Cowie, Ml tamaipais E I. Hall, Minneapolis J J Byrne, Los Angeles LICK HOUSE. J Klrkner, Fresno J * lalch.shlpJA Brlggs Mrs X C heck New York J W Hind -rson, Kureka G G Iloxle, J* resno ilr., J \v J -v.l, Areata Max Baer, Eun ka Mrs AKW Imams, Eureka a » Millar, A'laicia F A Boole, Bed muff 11 Mm hell Ca.itornia J FP.ck, Modesto T s Ford it w, Nevada C A li *■! ilbur <fc »*, -an a C Miss Mlibur, rantaCrnz B II Upham. Martinez i J R SKluker,Auamgt*fpgs T Goss, Los Angeles II A Preston, J tin town A.l ft oodwardifcw. Fresno Mrs N F Pickle, Sonora Miss N F Pickle, Soi.ora NEW WESTS KN HOTEL. , 1 Hartman, Bei. tela J Carlson. Bonder Creek C t arson. BouiderCieek J Devine, Vallejo FCmrran, Vallejo C II Travis, Va.iejo J O'Br.en. Ali ana?. C Ztukand, Alcatraz I'M Hanson, Fresno J . otarty, Sacto Mrs Singleton, siockiion John Foley, Chi ago H B .lame*., NY D L Wilson cal c a Wi goer, Cai J C Willi. ms. Oregon J stark .£ w, Portland L H Caldwell* i\, Fresno w Evans, Qi incj| MEETING NOTICES. fS' GODFREY DE ST. OJIAR 'fIX? &-*£' Council No. 1, Knights Ka-rj- ffi| rj** dosh— Regular merlin,' THIS (Fill- |n*|Mifili DAY) I -.Vh.Nl.Mj, November 12. ut IjHHiWaWSiS GEO. J. HOBE, Recorder. "^ rgMti tt^sp THE Rr GULAR ANNUAL MEETING a^& 0 the stockholders or the Calliornla Wine- makers' i orporaiion wl'l hi li Id at thel haniber of Commerce, 431 » allfornl i St., San Pranciaco. on WEDNESDAY, Novemb r 17, 1897, com- inendna a' 10 o'clock a m. CALITuitNIA WINEM > KKRs' COKPO.I ATION, Per W. J HOTCHKIss. Sec. and Mgr. SPECIAL NOTICES. ffr^p THEY ARK CLOSING OUT RE.M- -ia-^s' na .ts of curtains, dress goods, corsets, hosiery, underwear, bedspreads, towels, laces. Un- ities, trimmings, veilings, etc. very cheap at Pioneer Dry Hoods store, 105 Fifth St. K» MME HANSEN; LATEaT GALVANIC mi-& battery and cabinet baths. 116 Taylors. rr^S 3 MRs. tsTl-.WEKT, GENUINE SI'EA.M mZMr and cabinet baihs- l-0i/ a Geary, room 11. figg**. PAINTING. WHIT. NINO, PAPER- tt^' hanging. HARTMANN. 239 1 hird St. ft S^ PAD lEN AN Is EJECTED TOR «4 tk-^r tolled. ons made: city or couniry. Paclflo Collection Co. 415 Montgy st.. room 6: tel. 6580. Jt^> MRs DR. 1011/4 URAN'T 2; IF-cs' electrician alcohol 'I v. *ish baths: unrivaled DIVIDEND NOTICES !£*-*^3p DIVID'-ND NOTICE— DIVIDEND NO, ! WiS* 49 (30 cents per share) of the Hutchinson ' sugar Plantation Co will be payable at th" oflice j ofthe cempanr, 327 -Market c-t , on and alter Sat- I urday, November 20. 1897. Transfer books will cUse Satuiday, November 13, 1897, at 12 o'c. eck M E. H. SHKLD N, secretary. SITUATION'S WANTED-FEMALE. IRsT-CLASS FRENCH COOK AND HOUSE- work girl desires situation; best rt fir nee. MISSCCi.LK •, 325 Sutter si. fiOJl TENT SWEDISH woman WITH A KJ boy 4 ye rs old desires sltiiutio i as working housekeeper: good coo< ; references; country. MIsscULLKN. 325 Suiter sL V'EAT YOUNG GERMAN GIRL DESIRES As situntion as nurse or second girl or house- work; $10 to *?15. ref. MISs c ULLEN, 825 Suiter. SUPERIOR WOMAN DESIRES SITUATION as first-class cook In ho>| or boarding-house; best ref ; ci.y or country. JUSS CULcEN, 820 Sut.er sl WmMB GEHMAN SECOND GIRL WITH REVJtB- I-I ence deiires a situation. J. F. CROSETT A CO., 316 Suiter st , . C COMPETENT WOMAN WI-HES SITUATION KJ In housework: Is g od c ox-, will do smnil wa-hing: city or country ; good reference; wages »15. Address A., box 68, Call Office. MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN WoUI-D LIKE A l'l position a , nurse: will take entire charge of Infant; 12 years in last piece; references if re- quired, (.'.ilc 718 Ft ur.e-nth s - . RELIABLE WOMAN, W TH A ROY 12 JV years old, wishes situation as housekeeper: city o country; Addrtss JiKs. WILLIAM uh- LURY. tox 10, Call OUice. GERMAN MAlt lED COUPLE WANT BlT- uations on oichard. vineyard or furm: long experience aid His' -class references Address JI M., box US > all Ollice. "yOUNG WOJIAN DESIRES TO HAVE A I housekeepet's p are; no objection 10 country. 821 Mission St., room 6. SIIUATION WAN iED FOR GENERAL housework; city or country; best references. j 1807 .Mission St. yoi;.N.. GIRL WANTS SITUATION TO DO J- chamh' rwork and w..itiiig; lr tcstant. Room 2(>, 1j22 IoU --l GO D HOME WANTED Flit girl 12 ' years onl, to assist in light housework; small wases Please call at OMVfc A' lss oti st. WOMAN TO GO OUT RY TH DAY TO DO »• was inc. ironing or cleaning. Apply in base- men-, 829 Ilai es st. MIDDLE-AGED WOJIAN" DOES LIc.HT housework; wares moderate: call Rr 2 daya : K. L., 7 Van Ness uve. CM PETE NT WOJIAN WANTS POSITION as cook and laundress; w»ges 25 to 130. Ap- j ply 306y 2 Hayes si AMERICAN LADY WISHES POSITION; IS good cook aud housekeeper. 1226 Mission st. ADY WISHES POSITION AsHOUsEKKKP- er: plain sewing and lepairinc. 116 6lb. r. 1 JE W It Jl A N WOMAN WANTS PLACE; plain cooking ln Jewish family. 631 V Union OONG gikl wishes -SITUATION TO DO A light housework in small family: North Reach prefe rev. Call or addreis 1313 Hayes st , near Devisadero. VOUNO GERMAN GIRL, SPEAKS FRENCH 1 and Span sh, wants a housekeeper's place. ill Geary st., roo .. 2. j t 'ERMAN GIRL WANTS SITUATION GKN- ! 'l eral housework: wages Wit to fls; city or j country. 112 M rr s ave., off Bryant, rear Sixth. COMPETENT WOMAN v\ ISHES POSITION 1 as working housekeeper; good <ook and laun- | dress; good reiereuce*. 2759 .uisdo.'i at. SITUATIONS WANTED-Contlnued. GERMAN WOMAN WISHES a PLACE TO care for a baby or do housework, Call or ad- dress 2228 Pine st ERMAN GIRL WANTS SITUATION IO DO cooking and uousework. G. F., box 100, Call. J POSITION AS BOOKKEEPER BY WELL- . educated lady. Address T. W. , box 10, Cail. COMPETENT GERMAN" WOMAN WANTS work cy ihe day. ,445 I'o lc at. \"OUNG WOMaN WANTS OFFICE WORK 1 or chamber-work. Ca lor address 1139 How- ard st. MIDDLE-AGED WoMAN, COMPETENT, would co for part ot d,.y; any kind of work; terms reasouable. Address H. G., box 97, Call. GERMAN WOMAN WISHES A SITUATION to care for baby or do housework. Call or ad- dress 2228 Pine st. IADY' WISHES A POSITION AS HOUSh- -L i keeper; no objection to child. 121 Montgom- ery st., room 8. PEOPLE'S HOME RANK BOOKS BOUGHT X at Uncle Harris', 15 Grant aye. T7IIRST-CLAbS LADIES* TAILORESS WOULD } 71 IRST-CLASS LADIES' TAILORESS WOULD X liko io go out oy the day. G. S. T., box 48, Call. OUNG WOMAN DESIBES A HOUSE- X keeper's pace: no objection 'o short dls. auce In country. 969 Mission su, roam 19. YOUNG STRONG GERMAN WOMAN X wishes work of any kind by tbe day. Call at 1022 Errant st. YOUNG GIRL WISHES SITUATION TO AS- X sist and go 10 school. Call or address 222 8 Pine st. Y'uUNG LADY WIsHES POSITION AS X housekeeper. App'y 235 ./Karrell si , rm. 7 RESPECTABLE GERMAN WIDOW WISHES situa'io 1 to ao second work or as nurse. S., 609 Hyde su RESPECTABLE YOUNG GERMAN GIRL wishei situation as nursegirl. s., 609 Uydest. "YOUNG WOMAN DE-IRES A PLACE As X housekeeper: no objection to the coun ry. 233 O'Farrell, loom 12. \"OI'NG GERMAN LADY DESIRES posi- X tion as housekeeper. 112 Taylor St., room 7. VOUSG LADY WANTS PLACE AS HoUSE- X kec-pr: no objection 10 country. 101 Grant ay , room 15. \'OUNG SWEDISH GIRL WISH. STO DO X generic 1 housework: wages $20 per month. Addreisor call at 828 Folsom st. "YOUNG GERMAN LADY WOULD LIKE X jo, Ulon as housekeeper. Add. 120 Eddy, r. 7. VOUNO WOJIAN WISHES HOUsEKEEP- X OUNO WOMAN WISHES HOUsEKEEP- er's posliion. tall 1104 Mission st, cornerof Sevenih, room 10. YOUNG woman wants a place AS X housekeeper; city orouniry. 306 a -'.ason st YOUNG LADY DESIRES A STEADY PLACE Xas housekeeper; city or country. 126 Fourth si., room 23; \'OUNG LADY WANTS PLACE AS X stewaidess. Apoly 207 Post sU, loom 9. VOUNO GERMAN LADY WOULD LIKE Po- X sition as housekeeper. Address 223 Post, r. il. W ANTEI— POSITION AS BTENOGBAPH- f* er; hemtngion typewriter; glr. 22 years old; fairly rapid, accurate. Addiess H. M. s, box 71, Call Office. SITUATIONS WANTED-MALE. CHINESE* JAPANESE; EsT'D 20 YEARS: help: tel main 1997. BRADLEY 4 C 0. ,640 Clay pill NESE AND JAPANE-E EMPLOYMENT Vj office: best help. 414y O'Farrell. TeL E. 426. HUNTER* CO.. CHINESE AND JAPANESE emp. office. til4H_j California St.. iel. main 231. JAPANE-E AND CHINESE EMPLOYMENT cflice, best help. 314b Sutter si.; tel. Grant 30. WANTED-WORK BY YOUNG MAN (OER- ft man) to wash dishes, assist ln cooking. wait- ing: city or country. Address H. VI ELI 1 632 Mission su, room 5. /IAKPENTEK AND CABINET . ; .'youns! man, good mechanic wants a situation; city or country. Apply 724 Mission st. SITUATION wanted hi man AND wife; Germans: city or oouutrv; references. Address R X , box 89. Call Office. h OOKKEEPER OF EXPERIENCE WANTS l> position; Al reference. E. A. W. box 108, CalL MAN* AND WIFE WANT POSITIONS oN ranch: woman p am cook, man eood trn-tv- manager. Call or addresi E. BUSFoKD, 602 Howard st., cor. second. MAN AND WIFE TO TAKE CHAItGE OF stock or grain ranch; experience 1. E. X., box 84, Call. MIDDLE-AGED MAN (SWISS) WANTS position ln small hotel or restaurant as dish- washer or kiicbunhaud: lasl place 18 moutns. Address A. S., box 15, Call. BARBER. F. LSI (LASS E STERN MAN, 1) stead,', sober aid singe, wants w. rk in tine shop. Address ALFRED, 34 Madison uve. MAN AND WIKK WANT SITUATIONS, iti man as por er, wife 10 do cham ier work. F. L, box 9, Call dike. JAPANESE-GOOD COOK WaNTs posi- tl tion In family: good reference. S. NaKA- HARA, 1600 Pacific aye. PEOPLE'S HOME BANKBOOK'S BOUGHT I at, UNCLE HARRIS', 15 Grant aye. JAPANESE GOOD EXPERIENCED COOK »J wishes position In fanny; bus good references. Address J. A., box 28, (.ali. MARRIED GERMAN, 35 YEARS OF AGr, wishes positiou as bandy roan or porter In wholesale business or w»ci.hiii-e, wherever a sober and steady man ni-v be wanted: wai.es no object. Addiest R. WELZ, 307 Rite 1 su, s. K. EM.INKt- 11 OR FIREMAN — POSITION J warned by man cf steady habits; or will give bonus to any one obtaining me permanent tion. J. X., box 5 Call c fflce. LOR'IEK OR WATCHMAN; CITY OR CIHN- I try: married; i-alaty $45 or $60; uses no liquor nor tobacco; tirsl-cla,s inferences. T. C, oox 90. 1 all Office. Y*l IDDLh-AGED MAN WaNTS POSITION; Jfl cliy or country: understands care of borsts; i strictly temi.eiate. Address (' , 118 Twelfth st. /•I C LARKiN — BRANCH OFFICE OF THK ol" CALL ru inscription] and want ads taken. WINCHESTER liol 44 i RIKD ST.. NX. ft Market 200 rooms 25c io «1 60 per night; i 1 Hi 10 $4 per week; convenient and respectable*, lite bus and tarenxe 10 an I trom ifce lerry. HELP WANTED-I'EMAIE. C' CHAMBERMAIDS, $15 AND ROOM; 4 0 wuilr.-sses, $4 week; seamstress, $4 week, etc.; 2walretses, same hous-. $15 and room: wait- ress and head waiiress, $45 and room, same house: 5 girls, wait on tab c, small peaces. $3 to $5 week ; 'i mttld't-uged women. < hamberwc.ru: 3 rvatl- resies, $20 mid room: 2 head wai ies-.es, $25 and room. MARTIN -it CO.. 749 Markets.. GIRL, FILLMORE, $20; 4 GIRLS, ALAME- VJ da, $20 to $25; girl. Pacific aye., 9-0; itlrl, Mission. $25: girl. Jiarlpnsa st. »20: girl, Baker. $20: girl, Grove, $20; girl, Kearny st . $20; 25 Kins, lis; 22 loung girls, $8. $10 and *12 per mo.; 12 German. 9 f-wedlsh. 5 Danish girl. MARTIN & CO., 749 Market st. LAUNDRESS, $25; 10 HOUSEWORK GII'.LS. J city and country, $ 0 and $25; 6 youug girls, assist, $10 to $,5 MISS . ULLEN, 32u suiter. OTHER AND DA UGH COUNTR i', i'l $20 to $15. eood plate, tare pall. Mlt-.SCUL- LEN, 325 Sutler REFiN.D GKRMAN OR FRENCH SEAM- sirens and one child, 6 years, $20. MISS CUL- LEN, 325 Suiter. CIO LOR ED HOUSEKEEPER, COUNTRY, $20. \> JUSS CULLEN. 325 Sutter. WORKING HOU-. KEEPER, 915 MISS tf CULLEN, 325 Sutterst. GERMAN OR SWEDISH COOK, $26. MISs VJ CULLEN, 325 Sutter. GERMAN NURSE. t-LEEFHOJIK, 916 MISS CULLEN, 325 Sutter. WOMAN WITH A CHILD, 112. MISS (JUL- ft LEN, 325 Sutter st. CHAMBERMAID, $15 MlsS CULLEN, 325 Sillier st. AMERICAN SECOND GIRL $25, LAUND- resj. piivate family. »si; five cook.-, Ger- man style, $25. «.10 i.'nd $35; g rls for cooking and housework, t*-a:ita !'...«, $25, san Rafael 9-5. AUmeda $20, Martinez, 9 In Lmilv, $20: 2 German nurses, $15 chamLormald, wait one mea , $15; 2 waitresses $i 5, and girl« for cooking aud housework. J. F. CROaET CO.. 316 Suiter st. VVr** 1 IKK S-* TO TAKK CHARGE. $25, SEE tf party here at 10 to-day: firsi and seco d cook, ho el and restaurant, *60 and $40: American worming hcusekeeper, $25; ironer in laundry. 925, and oihers. J. F. C CSETT A CO., 316 j-u ler si . ANTED-/ GERMAN COOKS AT 935 AND ff $30; young nurse and second girl, $:.0: 25 eoodbousewoikglilsfor.lt> an.i countr-. Apply Mio* PLUNKE 1 T, 4-4 Sutler si., nr. Powell. W A NTED— COLORED COOK FOR SMALL ft family in country, $25; see party here early this morning. Appy MISS PLUNKETT, 424 Sutter St., nr. Poweil. 1 ft WOMEN ANDGIRLS FOR HOUSEWORK, ll' country places; woman with a child, $15. MURRAY A READY, Leading Employment Agents. 84*4-088 clay st. Wi BEING HOUSEKEEPER NB. CITY, $10 ft to $12. li. T. WARD * CO.. 608 and 610 Clay. HELP WANTED-Contlnued. ANTED -FIR PROMINENT CANDY- ft store, 2 girls wltn experience at candy coun- ter and fountain; state what experience and where. X. Y. Z., box 84, Call offlce. MIDDLE- AGED WOMAN FOR CHAMBER- work; c RI at 11 a. k.. Golden .-tate, 306 Eddy st. VOUSG . IRL FOR LIGHT HOUSEWORK; X small wages; references required. 1532 Jones. KELI A BLE GIRL FOR LIGHT HOUSEWORK Apply Monday morning 9 to 12, 16191/2 Gear}'. YOUNG GIKL TO TAKE CARE OF BABY. 1 429 Fourth St. FIRST-CLASS TAILORESS ON PANTS. 102 T Minna su EXPERIENCED CLOAKM AKERS; GOOD pay: co dressmakers. 653 Valencia sl. /lIRL TO DO DOWNSTAIRS WORK AND J cooking; $20. 740 Castro St. OPERATOR ON WHEELER A WILSON BUT- ton-hole machine. 416V-J Kills su 'J, GIRL F« R LIGHT HOUSEWORK AND I plain cooking. 1712 Bucnanan, bet. 9 and 12. EXPERIENCED HANDS ON WRAPPI-Ktj and waists: no dressmakers. 409 a Turk su GIRL AT DY'EHOUSE. 2160 HARRISON st., near Nineteenth. GIRL WANTED, TO MIND BABY, SMALL wages and good home. 419 Brannan. GOOO coatmaker-s wanted at 834 Broadway, , akland. VI' ANTED- L TO ASSIST IN HOUSE- j ft work. 827 Goldeu Gate aye., upstairs. 01-erat ors wanted, levi straUss a Co.. '&'iifa Fremont su WANTED— M*DDLE-AGED WOMAN AS •" I ousekeep-r in country. Address T. W. ElNlivicioD, V'isulia, Cal. LA D V CASHIER, OFFICE MATRON, 3 si.lealadies. miljlner-sbon forelady. Clerks' Exchange, 313 Bush. W". MAN 1..2 IO 25) LIGHT HOUSEKEEP- *» vi,-: $8 monthly; 1 m family. EDW'., box 38, ta I 1 the-. ERMAN GIHL TO DO GENERAL HOUSE- I work. 2952 Mission st. GIRL TO ASSIST AT HOUSEWORK AND cooking. &26 Haight. PEOPLE'S HOME BANK BOOKS BOUGHT at Uncie Harris, 15 Grant aye. GIRL, 12 OR 14, TO ASSIST WITH HOUSE- I work and care 01 child; small wagea 6221/3 Hayes st. WANTED— YOUNG LADIES TO LEARN ff barber trade. . Address W. W., box 8, Call. NEW FRENCH SKIRT PATTERNS, 25C: i.t dress makers furnished positions free. McDow- ell Dressmaking and Mi livery School, 103 Post. VI OVED-DR. WISE, THE LADIES' SPECIAL i'l ist, 10 1118 Market su; monthly troubles, etc. rpY PEW KITER, RIBBONS, PAPER, CAR- -1 bon. L. & M. ALEXANDER 110 Montgomery. £»1 C LARKIN-BRANCH OFFICE OF THK \Ji~O CALL subscriptions and wane ads taken. 1 AUKENCK DBE«S- CUTTING SCHOOL, J- 1079 Market: a perfect fit guaranteed without trying on.- call and be convince I. V, OST CONVENIENT AND RESPECTABLE; -»1 Winchester House, 44 Third st.. near Market 200 rooms: 25c to $1 50 per night; $1 to to $0 per week: free bus and baggage to and irom ferry. HELP WANTED-MALE. I*l KITCHEN MEN, $8, $10 AND *12 PKR I— month; i dli.iwashers $15 and room; dish- washer. $25; 4 dishwashers, $3 to $5 a week; 3 ushers. $20 aid room. MARTIN A CO., 749 Market st. • Si-C'.Nl-CooK $40 AND ROOM: 5 COOKS, 37 I to 88 a week: 3 boardiut-hcuse cooks, $30 and I room: cook's helper, $20 and room: cook, country, j $50 and room. MARTIN A CO., 749 Markeu BiKl-R. $70: BAKER, $50: BaKER, $45: 3 baker.' helpers, *20 10 525. MARTIN it ! CO, 74£ Market si. KANCHHAND WHO CAN DO BLACK- suiithi .g: 3 ranchhands. MARTIN A CO., 749 Mi.rkei st. CTOOK', HOTEL, $511 \ND ROOM; SKE PARTY Xs 1 here, HI to 12 A. M. MaRTIN it CO., 749 Maiket. \'OUNG .MAN AS CL* RK AND BOOKKEEP- X er; Hioiill hole.. MARTIN A CO.. 749 MarKet h LAC KSMITH KOR SHOP ON SHARES MARTIN A CO., 749 Jlarkei. *.; Ultt-T-CLASS PAINTERS. R-GU- s l«r wages, to work for owner; day work. C. R. HANaEN & CO., 108 Geary ■'. 11/ ANTID- — TIEJIAKER3. *' c. It HANSEN & CO.. 108 Geary su Cl ERMAN OAKDENER; PKIY FAMILY; VX with ref rences; $25 aud found. C. K. HAN- SEN tfc Co., 108 Geary s'. Oft TEAMSTERS FOR NEW RAILROAD —I' work; tree fare. C. R. HANSEN A. CO., 108 Geary sU COLORED COOK FoR (OUN I SEE PAR- | \j tv here. S2O; ccok and nursegirl fcr Redwood City, see party here. $20, $15. O. R. HANSEN A I CO., .18 Geary st. "IKONIR I-OR COUNTRY LAUNDRY' NEAR J dty, $-.0 and found. C. B. HANSEN A CO., j 108 Geary st. 1 'ERMAN GIRL. SMALL FMILY, $20:' sj cook and second girl, same family, $^0, »1 5; ] boarding-house cook, (6 week; girl, housework, j for San 1 a Crur., «c-0 Redwood Clly. 420 20 girls, housework, $15, $20. C. R. HANSEN tfc C 0. ,103 ! Geary s:. MEAT COOK FOR AN INSTITUTION, $40; iti second cook, restaurant, $50. C. R. HAN- SEN .t CO., IMS Geary st. . IjAXTO RAISE VEGETABLES, $25: GER- i»» man choreboy, $.0. C. R. HANSEN <S CO., 108 Gearv st. (i MILKERS WANTED, DIFFERENT I 0 places, $25, $20: 15 farm, orchard and vine- ya d hands, $26, $25 and $20 and lound; 2 J wood- : choppers: 20 tiemakers. M L RRA Y<t READY, ! 634 and 636 Clay si. CIUOK. WAITKKS AND DISHWASHERS. I I MURRAY <t READY, 634 and 636 Clay si. O CARPENTERS WaNIED. CITY, STEADY — job: 5 laborers: 3 teamsters. MURRAY' & READY, 6 4 and 636 Clay st. '» DRILLERS. SEAR CITY. MURRAY' A O READY. 634 and 636 (.lay sL iy ANTED— GERMAN CLERK FOR BAK- I '» cry to lake churge of delivery Iment, $15 a week and board: larmer; milker, $20; ' watchmakt r and engraver fur Juneau, and others.' j Ai ply 10 J. F. 1 ROSETT tfc CO., 6-8 Sacramento. YY' A N TED-COOK AND WIPE F IK REsTAU- ff rant, $9J: 2 second cooks and broilers, *40 cook for .2 miners, $30; 2 waiters, $16 and $20: om-Mbus who can do arm work, $25; waffle and hot lake cook, $(5, and oihers. Apply 10 J. F. CROSE'I T tfc CO. 628 Sacramento si. A BED8 ED- 2 YOUNG MEN To HELP IN ft private stable, uiusi understand something übout the businesi. $25 and room and board- sec- ond builer, for ci,M,l place, $25; flrsl-class butler. »45. AjiDlyJHss PLUNKETT, 4:4 sutter st . near l'owe.l. BARBERS' UNION FREE EMPLOYMENT office. tO . Vau Ness live. R. F. SIU.NN, tKC. ' YOUSU BOY, IB TO 18, To WaIT ON LUNC II A tabe and help in ktciien; must be quick an we 1 recommended. K. W., box 81, Cull Office. WANTED— EXPERIENCED YOUNG MAN '" for first- cltis- grocery business: (live age and relere.ue App.y R G , box 54, Call Office. "LMKS, -CLASS STOVE - MOUNTER; M ST ] X' tive best of reie. ence. Apply aTEIGER A I KERR, 3-0 Main st. SALESMAN: CITY, SI'OCKTJN, OTHER 0 potn s: fac;o.-y .oconsum?r; lermanenu 1155 Mwsioa si. yuuNu man handy with Carpkn- X ters' tools; from 7toB a. m. 321 Lj 1 urk st. j C. AND PANT M X RS KOR COU NT 11 Y. J. BaUjciGaRTEN & Co., 7 Montgomery st. 2 LIVE SOLICITORS AJIO G BUSINESS houses. 910 .0 A. M., 630 California St., rm. 6L 11ARTY' F R STEADY SITU TION WHO -L ia 1 loan employerslso; seiur ty.C box3,Call. Frksser WANTED. cal renovatory, 116 ear/ st. THINNERS AT HOLBKOOK, MERRILL A X STETSON'S, cor. Mantel and Hea.e sts- -1 ARBER FOR SATURDAY AND SUNDAY. I' 2043 Mission St. No student. J.)Li MBEK'S HELPER WANTED. 419 1 Mason -t MEN TAILORS ON LADIES' SUI Te— GOOD pay. M.J.KELLER CO., Oakland. b ARBER WANTED FOR SATURDAY- wa.es $3. 602 Clay st. BARBEK-SHOPOR BARBER'S FURNITURE lors le; cheap lent. 759 Howard st. BARBER WANTS TO BUY GOoD-Pa shop: city ortountiy. B. C, box 81, Call. PEOPLE'S HOME BANK BOOKS BOUGHT I at UNC'L*-: HaBRI;'. 15 Grant aye. SECOND COOK, COUNTRY HOTEL, $36. i O 609 Kearny su, room 8. LADIES* SHOES. SOLINO, »6c: MEN'S shoes, soling, 50c: all repairing dons at half ike usual price. 662 Mission uu, bet. lat and 2d. . J HELP WANTED-Contlnned. ECRU ITS -.V ANTED FOR THE UNITED it States trine corpa United --statea navy: able-bodied, unmarried men, between the ageaof 21 and 30 yeara who are citizens of the United Stales, or those who have . legally declared their Intention to become such; must be of good char- j acter and habits and able to speak, read and write 1 English, end be between 5 feel 6 inches and 6 leet I In heighu For luriher Inlormation apply al the ; recruiting office. 20 Ellis st. i-au Francisco, Cal. THE COLORED DANCERS OF THE -IN OLD Kentucky" Company challe ige all local j dancers (male or female) to compete in ! a gala buck, wing and soit-shoe dancing con- . test, to be held on ihe stage of the Columbia Thea- l r during the second act of "In I Id Kentucky" on Friday night, Novemb r 19. A goid medal will be awarded to the winner. Apoiy In person at the slate door of the Columbia Theater, Friday, No- vember 12, at 2 p. M. WAN lED— PEDDLERS: SOMETHING GOOD tt and new. Call 91010 a. ic. 'ii Geary st. WANTED-SHIP CHANDLER'S CLERK: it dock watchman, *0o; office manager and cashier. Cierks' Exchange 31 3 Bush st. I)ORI'EK WANTED— MUST BE ABLE TO do some office work. 715 Howard st. "yOUNG .MAN TO MAN AOE AND RUN CALL A route during winter. Call 1116V3 broadway. WANTED — MEN FOR LIGHT OUTDOOR TT work, call oet 8 and 10 a. m., 848 Howard. | GREEN HANDS AND SAILORS. FOR THE i coatl and south seas. HERMAN'S, 6a7 Clay. BARBERS' ASSOCIATION FREE EJIPLOY- i) ment Office. S. FLCH-, Sec, 325 Oram aye. WANTED— AT MoN'TA.- A HOUSE, 764y 3 TT Mission; men 10 take rooms: 10 , 16c aud 25c per nlghi; OOc. 90c and $1 per week. SAILORS AND ORDINARY SEAMEN wanted at Lane's. 504 Davis st. near Jackson. wake the dead; wenzkl's aLaRJI tT clock: no electricity; loudest. 6J2 Monts'y. "I/ 1 INE JI . N'S CALF .-HUES To OKDER. $.' 5O; -C men's solelng, 35c: only one(pnce. 959 Howard. SHOEMAKERS TO BUY MEN'S UPPERS, $1 and up. SHIRLEY, 921 Howard sL I AROE STOCK OF SECOND-HAND SHOES J 'or sale: also ladies' and ni'sses', lrom 25c up; misfi s exchanged; good repairing: snoes made to order, any style, coutral Repairing shop, 749 Mission, near orand opera- b .use. I , MKN'S SOLKIN G, 60c: LaDIES. 40c: WHILE you wait. 638 Market; branch 767 JiarkeL O/W./Y PAIRS— ANOTHER LOT OK MEN'S ♦JUI'U shoes: been slightly damaged; at less than one-fourth their value: from -63 10 $2 60. 66- Mission st.. BeL Firit and Second. 1.-, simon wants 100 men to get bottle J. Deer or wine sc: oesi tree lunch. 643 Clay. KooMa. 15u TO 76j PER NlliHT; bUsi -*-/ ♦* JJ t iK-r weeK. Oriental 225 Drumm bl W" ANTED— GET YOUR SHOES MADE TO tt fl. your feet a; the same price you buy ready- made ones, irom $1, $'-', $3, $4 and $5, at 662 Jlisslon st. BeL Firs: and Second. /♦"I = LARKIN-BRANCH OFFICE OF THE VI CALL. Subscription! and want ads taken. TRY ACME HOUSE, 957 MARKET ST., BE- low Sixth, for a room: -5c a niglu: $1 a week. SINGLE BOOMS 10c AND 15c NIGHT, 750 and si week. Llndell House, Sixth and Howard. Ur AN TED— JIEN TO LEARN BARBER tt trade; shops, tools, positions furnished: 8 weeks required. S. F. Barber College, JSHVfc Eighth. If LCHO HOUSE 863^ MAI. ST.— ROOMS i-i 20c. -5c 10 60c niglu: $1 10 *■-' week. I uT OK LNcALLED-r OR SHOES FROM 250 XJ np to $1 26. 562 Mission sL, oct. Ist and 2d VA, ANTED. TOCOLLECT WAGES DUE LABOlt- »" «*rs&t*le;ks KNuX Collection A»cy, 110 sutler. \A INCH EST HOUSE. 44 THIRD ST.. NX. TT jiarket; 200 rooms, 25c a night; reading- [ room: iree 'bus and baggage .0 and irom the ferry. WANTED— LABORER* AND MECHANIC* 10 know ibat Ed Rolkln. Reno Hoose proprie- \ tor. (till ran* Denver Hoasa 211 Third »L; lii large rooms: '.'sc per night: $1 10 $3 ***** week. I | AGENTS WANTED. A OENT WANTED TO SELL PROVISIONS 10 the trade. Apply 112 S eu.-.ri st. ; j FURNITURE WANTED. HIGHEST PRICES TO FILL NEW BUILD. ; ing. 840 Mission s .; tel. Mint 1821, \y P. BEAUCHAMP, HIt.HEST Pi.ICE FOR i tt . furnished houses, croceries, etc. 30 Larkln. I LJ. NEU..IAN, 121 SIXIH ST., BUYS AND XJ. sells furniture and carpets; also storage. INDIANA AUCTION CO. REMOVED .O 1 J ] alontgomery st. ;hi ghost prices paid. Tel. Davis 71 WANTED- MISCELLANEOUS. CARI NET- .MAKER'S BENCH WANTED: state price. W. C, box 143, Call Office. -. D-H AND CLOTH INO,DRE~SE.-,>EAL- KINS — wanted; best prices: send postal. 1020 Folsom. ANTED— JIALE OR FEMALE SPANIEL TT for huntim;: any bretd, size or age. S. P., I box 102, Call ollic?. I * A KLEIN, 109 SIXTH ST., WILL PAY • cash tor clothing aud Looks; send for me. OLD OOLD AND SILY'ER BOUGHT. W. JiUND, watchmaker and jewe'er.226 i-.llls st. . \f ACHINKRY BELTING, SPLIT PULLEYS, I ITI shm'ug, hugra LIVINGSTONE, 204 Mission. j rpoOLS OF ALL KINDS. STOVES AND ! 1 rauges bought aod sold. CURTIN, 1123 Market PAWNBROKKR— OLD GOLD, SILVER, CAST- -L ofl clothing bought. Add. COLKM AN. 41 Third. ] LOST. T OST — NEWFOUNDLAND BLACK AND I-i white dog. answering to the name of Trusty; $10 reward 120 ddy st. | T\TOV. 8. BROWN COCKER SPANIEL DOG; ' i-s answers name of Dv eh: nickel-plated collar ; and license. Return to 413 Tenth; liberal reward. I Q» O/Y REWARD - TERRIER DOO; 3 I «Jp«dU black spots on buck; license No. 1339: [ raine and address on collar. Return to BON j BROS., 100 slx.h st. I pERITFI.ATE NO. 416. FOR 100 SHARES \J of the capital stock of the Diitsah Mining and Nl I in- Co. Tinder will be rewarded by returning same to BEN 0.- Wa I.D, 1308 Pacific. j— , , JJOCKETBOOK LOST IN OAKLAND WITH ! J notes and other papers. Kinder receiva reward by return ng book 10 971 Eighth sL i I A DIE*-' SILVER WaTCH AND SPARK- I I J ling pyiates of Iron fob, valued as a keepsake. Reward, li returned to 1043 Mission st. POUND. • L'OUND-G HEAT DANE DOG. OWNER AP- | -1 ply 8')1!b WelMtersi., betwoen 11 and 12 a. m., ' and prove property. , OILVKR WATCH AND CHAIN. APPLY AT O 1625 FullOi St., prove property anl pay exp. . ■ ■ CARPET-CLEANING. Cl . V STEAM CARI'E'T-CLI-.ANJNO WORK* tit ens. moves, ays carpet*. G. h. STKVKN4 ! Mgr.. 38 and 40 Elgblli st.; telephone South 251), . v.. iiii.> » .l 1>i.».11.11i.. Dl.-oU.--l *i»lf.l TT poor work sena toSPAULDING'S Pioneer*J»r- pet-bear, ii r W.,rk*. i>s3-i/ lebamas*. : 'el. so. All ADVANCE CARiI-.l- l LEA N 1 o CO. 40 1 tutU'r; iel. .Main 3J4. GEO. WALCOM, prop. JWATTs.reliaO.e carpet-c.canlm:,renovtg,nlter- . ation works, 413 McAllister. Tel. Jessie 321. GREAT TIA S'l E KNS IE M CARPE I -CLEAN Ing worka 14 Sth, B. GRANT. TeL Jessie 201. ■ CIARPET.-. CLEANED, RENOVATED LIKE | KJ new. J. McQUEEN, 463 Stevenson; let. S. 228. I CLE A NIN v, -jc. LAM Ac: llU.i SAAI- j X.' pies free; tel. Jessie 944. Stratton. 3 EighlU. CAK±*£.iS UifcAAfcUit RENOVATED UKK new. i 3 Ten in; lei. south 06. Macklntosn ACo. J*. . Mlltllf.l L CARPET-CLE ANINo CO tf . 240 14ih »l; cleaning Be. a yard; lei. Ml j. 74. ! n°^J U 4 1 J i ,a ' ***'** -RliAl'lNG WOK.-. j. I \J o»J Golden Oato ava, lelepuone East 1-ik m PROPOSALS. US. ENGINEER OFFICE, RLRKkTbuILdT I KJ . intr. ;eatile. wast,.. Nov. 8, 1897,-Sealed i I proposals for furnishing 600.000 tons of stone and other materials forjc.. tut ruct on of jetty at Grays Harbor. Wash.. will b- leceived heie until 2 p i i I Dec. 10. 1897. and th n pub Ely opened. lutor- iuation furnished on api licatlon. HARRY Ta A. I LOR.Captain gin eers. *"*»1 'Al TO LEASE. rpo LEASF-JERSEY -MARKET. 612 BRY- x ant, ne.r Third; thoroughly equipped: has done large i ash business: will be lei on reasonable terms on account of bed hea th of the preen, lessee Fo particulars lrqulre of W. HENDB.CKSON 6 fl ! 1 arr.iu building. ' "I i ! =g= I j ATTORN EYS-AT-L AW. [ ADVICE FREE; DIVORCE LAW* A BPBO- i t vt^ alt : pri vale; no fee without success :colleoilon*s ! G. W.HOWE, atty atlaw,Bso Market, cor.Stocktn 1 » DVICE lEEE; NOCHARuE UJL..SMSu*J I JX -tt-ssiuL W. W. DAVIDSJN. W7 Markets; | J BUSINESS . CHANCES. j 'Ancn BLACKSMITHING, HoRSr>UOE- •tfIZOU. ing aid waion-manlng business, i well located; 01..-e..iablished bullJiiie included: (loin? an excellent, weU-paylnsr, sieadv trade: , c 5^P ground rent: full trial allowed; no belter otter ever made: a snap. M. LE-jS, 5 Fourth BL fl? inn SALOON, WITH LIVING-ROOMS; •JbyUu. furniture Included: 1 blocK fro so -Mar- ket st. : has fine fixtures and ago. stock: does a ! go. d paying trad-: worth your while seem,. ai. I LESS, 5 Fourth st. I fl? 1 f \l \ BRANCH BAKERY AND jfßU- sll/U. cacy-store: inthe Western AidUion; furniture of iiving-rooms included: tuctly n.ted up. JL LESS, is Fourth st v*_ 3] j,,.*:,! SALOON; OLD-KbTABLieTuD •3P4DU. place: best location in , ne city: towner Is there 3 years; a..,0 4 rooms, mc uding furßjiure; kitchen; 2 storerooms; a bne yard. M. LJ-^s, 5 Four h st. - ff> fiXn RESTAURANT: EXCELLENT LO. fe^OU. callty on one of the principal streets: present owner In the same place lo yeais: cheat, rent. M. LES-, 5 Fouriu st. flt.Cn/V CORNER GRLCERY AND BAR IX S5OO. best pari of Western Adll'.io.G well stocked: 4 nice living-rooms connected. M. LESS, 5* Fourth st- RESTAURANT AND CHOPHOCSE: WITH ii. or without 12 furnished room;; oppatitethe ferries- long lease if wanted: best class of custom- i er" meals from 25c nnward: a genuine good busings. Par.lculara WILKE, 783 Marketst flfcCnft CORN KB RESTAURANT AND OYsT •nSOIM.). ter-house; kept by owner last 4 .years; daily receipts above 850 owner must ssenfic- or will trade tor property on aariiiU o- being en- ln oth.r business. W I LXX, 783 Market st. $•-»' A NOTION AND NOVELTY .-TURE. •ffiOOU. with agency of dyeing and clesnl-ig house, on Polk st. : 4 living-rooms; rent $35: hue busiiie.s opejlng; sickness tbd cause of sa c. W I LEE. 783 Jlarket st. Ofil-rt OLD-ESTABLISHED C 'KNEE BA- •JSZOU. loon: best locality on Fourth St.; doing a good-ppyiug business: slckneis cause ot sale. Apply WILKi , 7*3 Market st. Qlli r l\ SAL ION WITH CLUB AND LIVING ■^■UiJtl. rooms: lent $30: tranfer point of two car lines: clo- to Call building: g 'd business; family affairs compel a g.eat saenfi c. R. G. WILKE, 783 Market st. fl?^/ifi SALOON; Be.sT LOCATION OX •JtJ>Ol»U. Kearny st.: present owner 8 years; rent 535: odlnga good paving business: bargain. See WILKE, 7»3 Jlarket SL fl?^A*n BUTCHER-SHOP; BEST BUSINESS »J>OUU. location oh Mission st. : -' horses, 1 wagon: rent *20; luves Igaiion solicited. Apply WILKE, 7b3 Jiarket tt. OAA CORNER GROCERY' AND BAR, OUU. CORNER GROCERY AND EAR, Ol'U. with living-rooms, on Point Lobos aye.: rent $25: this place is kept by owner 8 years; rare chanc*. for young man or man and wife,; See WILKE, 783 Market st. C2?A.nn OOOD-PAY'ING RESTAURANT ON tJtIOUU. Fourth st; rent »30: flrst-clas» loca- tion: best class of custom: rare chance for lively man or lady. WILKK. 783 Market st. "VTOTICE— GUS STRAND tfc CO.. lt» SIXTH ST. IN will sell your business quick for cash. ffl. 4 i\f\ BARBER-SHOP; BEST IN VIIH «Jp4:uU. city: great bargaiu. STRAND A CO., lit sixth st. $iniA COR. SALOON: BEST LOCATION iUU. in Mission. AND tfe CO., 19 Exth. SALOON, $250: CIGAR STOKE, 3175. Restaurant, *175; butcher shop, J4OO. Wood and coal yard. $000; grocery, bar, $353. Branch bakery, 3 rooms. $150. For bargains see STRAND A CO., 19 Sixth il ff.r-n PARTNER WANTED IN NSAT •JiT • O\J. genteel cash business: will clear $75 per monm 10 each; experience not necessa'.v as outlet are to attend « ash and ktep p ain ac pints; no be:ter op 'i.ing ever offered; nought or -tin- day worn. Apply Pacific Business Exchange, 1118 Market st ■i'^^/l paying restaurant NiAR 0 — OV. MaVket st. $700— Grocery and bar north of Market st. $250—i orner solo.n; very cheap. 50— C Igar-s oce in goo l loca- ion, and othe- bar- gains. ANDERSON A CO., 777 Market st..' QtJIYA GROCERYMAN AS PARTNE! IN tpTUu. grocery and bar business: cointry place; money to be used in the business; 10. se 1 and wagon. HEA LV it CO., 917 Jlar»et su J OOK! ONLY $35 CIGAR STAND NKAR i Baldwin Hot-1. Call ear y atH. C. DECKER'S, I 1020 Mantel s:., opoatite Fiftn. BAKERY FOR RENT; SHOW-CASES, Kl'.V ter, she. vlng, all 'oniplet-: fiist-class Getman I own: rent low: also fin*- horse, »-ii<on and harness ior sale. Inquire 1»10 seventh St., near 'lie, West Oakland. iir anted— party who WILL INVEST "1 $20011 In an Alaska proposition that Wl I .icy salary of $100 per month 10 Investor, beside* pr fits in business. Address J. W ., box 90, ((ill. Old-established SALOON: 33 turd st.: gtod lccation: selling on account of.Pck- ness: wit bin hall a block of Chronicle, Call an Ex- aminer buildings. Qtj'tv FOR sale — FiRsT-CL.\t-8 |kks< Otclc/. taurant; doing good business; .Excel- lent locality. 126 Ninth st. I AUN DRY FOX SALE, WITH HORSE AND 1 J wagon. 1219 Pacific si. SALOON': CORNe.R: SIDE EN IRA NCI. TO Wlnerooms; lair stock on hand; Lir bii'liess; depa ture cause of selling. Inquire this i.llicc pOOD-PAYIO RESTAURANT FORSALE, YJT 136 second st. IUANI'KI) TO RENT COUNTRY SAIUON »» and buy good wi.l. A. W., box 84, Call. PORTLAND AGENCY "CALL." IVQI.BE i this oflice or 133 Third su, Portland, Or. I ffl«9-/*|fY SALOON, DOING SPLEKPID ■tP-Jclv/V/. business: best location iv city for day and night trade: tine stock: just the pla c for I private cluurooms; cheap rent. JoHNF. NAX'..iii- ] Ton, 4i6 Austin aye. ANY AMOUNT OF .MERCHANDISE WANT- ed lor cash on quick examination aud deliv- ery: all business strictly confidential, a. 8., box 160, Call Oflice. fi OINO CHEAP; GROCERY-STORE AND YT good stock: good locaiion: line beer tnde; living-rooms connecting. 73J Jlinna st. TjIIRST-CIiASS RESTAURANT: JIUST BE -T sold on account of sickness of propr.etcr no rent lor 1 mouth. 155 Minna s.. yieat market, fully equipped, for -l'l sale at a bargain. Cominuiitcuie with box 7, Call office, Oakland pROCtRY AND LIQUOR-STORE FOR SALE; si good ice .tlon ; sickness: rooms attached. , This office. I c _ . SALOON FOR SALE: ON ACCOUNT OP SlCK- ness. 525Vfc Sausome st., near Washington. pESTAURANT FOR s . LE, CHEAP, ON AC- ii count of sickness. 2424 Mission st. I>KOFITABLE COAL AND WOOD Bpsi- n-8s: will stand investisationt muse be sold this month. Address Coal, box 112, Call Office. LIQUOR-STORE AND BAR F.'R SAI.K cheap. Apply to SIEBE BROS, <fc PLAGE- JIANN, 328 sansome st. BUT AND EGO STALL TO LET IN THK Grand Wt s crn market.cor. Polk and Atstm sta Inquire stalls 1 and '*'. BA RO AIN— ST ATI ON * RV, ROOK. NOTION and laundry office; invest gate. 101 V% Fitth. S PLEND.D i-TERN-WuEEL RIVER f PAS- -0 senger and freight s earner for sate. ApHy to 1. K. eiTAT ELI- It, General Ageni North PicidJ Rallwaj-, 638 Market »1., S. F. COFFEE AND TEA ROUTES SUPPI'ED lrom CASWELL <fciO.'-, 415 Sacramet;o sl LODGING-HOUSES FOX SALI fIU 00 HOUSE, VERY G00D... 87|»OMS <in^ 1 " v - / *» $,00— Corner house, new 23 rooms fir!« 0 TT House .' exchange 12 room* $600— House for lots 25 rooms lb-room corner: near the Mint, 345.1 2; -room house, sixth st \ """sisso 28-room bouse; $200 cash . "*" "$450 City proptr.y. ranches an.l business places for sale and exchange. H. C. DECKER, 1020 Mark st. MEWLv-boRNI-HED 81.KOOM BOUSE: a.l fine location: ell 0:1 1 floor. tfS2Mts£on s:. HOTEL NEAR CITY: CHEAP; 25 *BO\KD- ers; paying bar. Immidiat.-iy. 809 i oik sL TN VE-TIHATE THis BARGAIN; BUBOOMS. 1 X «600 c balance eas- pivments frjm Income | of house. 1. 5 New- .lioutgoin ry st. BOA 11 DIN (. - HOUSE, WITH GUoU BAR AJ trade: sick. .ets cause: lake re l estate In ex- . change. 1300 Turk st.. cor. Webster, j I U7 AN TED-TEN ANT FOR NICE>H)ItOOM " house on Market St.; $32. SPECK & CU, 602 , Market st. HOUSE OF 12 FURNISHED ROOM". IN- quire a: 18 East st. 1 Of* SIXTH ST ROOMING-HOUSE iP 16 x sik.) rooms and bath for sale cheap, j FURNITURE: FOR SALE. URN ,T IKb, Mi iV KB. CAKPjfc^ COTJN- A lers, showcases. ANDERSON, lpji Market. |L OR SALKr-l- URNITURE OF. -U.\ NY PLAT: i J 7 room, and bath; cheap; can maie rant. An- I ply after today. 703 Polk st. * ALASKA- ENTERPRISES. HO , FOR KLONDIKE! OOLD Electric Ind cai. r will lo ate pl«c r at.d quartz minet thrrugh watt rand d* b.i inva uabe io every prospector. Forsaleby S. W.UOWLAND. | room 4. 85d Market si.