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FUN ON FLORIDA STREET.
Mrs. J. Tobln IVrnecuted by a Neigh
bor's Bojtn in I?»-tHliation.
Mrs. James Tobin, JOOS Florida street,
appealed to the police yesterday for pro
tection from some boys who are persecut
ing her.
About a month ago two heavy wagons
drove up to her re&idence. each with six
barrels of beer, which had been ordered
by telephone. She refused ;o accept them,
as she had not ordered them.
Next day an ice wagon drove up to her
door with a ton of ice. and since then
kegs of nails, a carriage aud other articles
have been delivered.
A few days ago an undertaker's wagon
drew up in front of her house, and this
capped the climax. She could bear it no
lontrer.
Policeman Fitzgerald was detailed to in
vestigate and found that the persecution
is in retaliation for a joke played on the
Colemans, neighbors of Mrs. Tobin, by
her son, who advertised that the Cole
mans wanted a Japanese toy.
SAN FRANCISCO •'CALL,"
prPINESS OFFICEoI the San Francisco Cai.i,—
Corner of -Market and Third streets, open until 12
o'clock every nlghl in the year.
LNCH OFFICEB— S27 Monteomery 6treeu
corner Clay; open until 9:30 o'clock.
BSB Hayes street, open until 9:3o o'clock.
615 Larkin street: open until 9:30 o'clock.
BW. corner sixteenth and Mission streets; open
nntll 9 o'clock.
143 Nißlh street: open until 9 o'clock.
'JMS Mission street, open until P o'clock.
1.-.05 Polk street; open until 9:30 o'clock.
NW. corner Twenty-second and Kentucky
(=TP"ts: open till 9 o'clock.
MEETENG NOTICES.
Wt~W KING SOLOMON'S LODGE NO. •
Er-»' 260, F. and A M.— The officers *" _^\_
members are requested to attend the fu- \£3f
neral of our late brother. JOHN McCORD /V^
iromhe -Masonic Temple. TUESDAY, Nov. 23.
at 10:30 a. m. By order of the master.
HARRY BAEHR, Secretary.
fj^-3p> PACIFIC LODGE NO. 136. F. •
ur-£' an.l a. M., 121 l-(ld>- st , meets B*
THIS EVENING a! 7:311 r M 1 him de-^£ 3f
gree. GbOKOK PENLINGTON. Secy. /^^
jj^^^' CALIFORNIA CHAPTER NO. 5, ■
Of-s^ K. A. M., will meet THIS ( 1 IKS _/V_
DAY) EVENING, November 23. at 7:3O^rTf
o'clock. M. M. degree. By order of ihe/NT'
H. P. FRaNKLINH. DAY, Secretary.
Str~S= IVANHOE LODGE NO. 5. K. of *jJSak
iw^^ P., will confer the. Knight KHn'ri-^J?!.
(long form) WE 1 NESDAY, .November %/^Xr
24, 1897. at Pythian Castle, 9i'P> j Mark. ; ifSr
St., at 8:30 p. m. Members of sister lodges cor-
dially Invited. C. H. KNOWN BURG, C. C.
O. NoBCKOsa K. of R. and S.
o^s= THE MEMBERS OF SOTO- «C~^
tti^ V ME TKIBE NO. 12. Imp. "^AilZJi^
U. K. .M.. are hereby notilled to meet jk2_^ !
in their wigwam, 320 Pest street. WKl> \E. D..V, !
November -4, at 1:30 P. -M , for the purpose of 1
paying our last respects to our late brother L G.
Potter, Ulster tribes are turn a. v invited to attend.
F. J. TYRRELL. Sachem.
C West a tx, C. Of R.
»^^= THK ADJOURNED ANNUAL MEET-
aZ** ins of the stockholders of the California
Winemakers' Corporation wi I be held on
WEDNESDAY, liec. 1. 1b97 (adjourned from
Wednesday, Nov. 17, 1897). ai 11 o'cock a. m., in
the Chamber of Commerce. San Francisco, Cal.
W. .1. HOTCHKISS, Secretary.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
S^S= NOTICE— OWING TO THE PREVA-
B*~-^ lence of diphtheria in the ciiy do friends of |
the children or other visitors will be admitted to |
the San Francisco Protestant (irjjhan Asylum
until the maiady ab»'es. his precaution Is taken ;
to avoid spreading the disease. By order of the
president. M. P. MacCUELLIsII, Secretary.
Bf^g= TO MY FRIENDS: C. E. AYERWILL I
s^" be a candidate for the next City and I
County Assessor; mv headquarters are nt Is Sixth ,
sreeu H. li. >ELDBUSCH, Sec. 1
»^3=> MME. HANSEN: LATEST GALVANIC j
w^-S 1 bauery and cabinet baths. 116 Taylor su
g-§= MRS. Sir. W ERT. GENUINE 81 A M \
*-& and cabinet baths. 120 Vi Geary, room 11. I
(JtrS= PAINTINO. WHITENING, PAPER-
&*& hanging. HaRTMaNN. 239 Third St.
C^§=" BAD TENANTS EJECTED 1-OR *4. j
Br-J? collections made: ciy or country. Pacific :
Collection Co.. 410 Monti;;.- r*... room 6: teL 6581). ■
«r^= MRS.DR.FISH, 101% GRANT AV.RM 2; j
»~j5 r elr ctrician 'i >) ". -it Daths;nnrlvnled
I
SITUATIONS WANTKD-rKMAIK. '
VTEATYOI IRISH GiRL DKSIRKS SIIU- |
-^1 a:ion at housework; $10; reference;. MISS 1
C'UI.LKN, 325 -liter
COLORED WOMAN WISHKS SITUATION: :
pood cook arm bouseworker: first-class refer-
ences. MR;. NORTON, 323 Sinter, teL green 721. :
QWKDISH H' I'.-KC.IKL: GOOD CoOK AND '
laundress: 3\ 2 yean last Mace; rityorcoun- i
try; 420 to $25. Appy at me Swedisii and Ger-
man Employment Bureau. MRS. G. NORTON,
323 Sutter st., telephone Green 721.
|/>IRST-CLASS SWEDISH COOK. WITH 41/2
P years' reference from last place, desires situa-
tion. J. F. CBOSETT & CO., 31b Suiters:.
GERMAN EMPLOYMENT OFFICE, MR*.
'Jf LAJI BERT, 417 Powell *L; telephone Main
5332; furnishes be help if all nationalities.
DRESSMAKER, SEAMSTRESS AND GOOD
fitter: 50c a day or $2 50 a week; also makes
suits at home, $2 50 and up; skirts 7t>c. . 304
J-if .h st.. upstairs.
yOUNQ GERMAN GIKL WISHES POBI-
X ti"n for cooking and light hou ework, or for
ehamberwork: small American family. A. X..
box 4. Call Office.
WIDOW WANT- position as HOUSE-
'» keeper in lodging-house or hotel; no ob-
jection to country. Call or address E. N., 919
i'ost st.
yOUNG LADY' DEIKKS A PLACE AS
X housekeeper: no objection to the country. 118
Sixth st . room 52.
GERMAN WOMAN WISHES WO.IK BY
VJ the day. 324Tehamast.
MIDDLE-AGED LADY OF CHEERFUL DlS-
position wishes position to do light house-
work orchamberwor* : willing to assist with any-
thing; w»ges from $15 to $20. 136 BlxUl st., r. 7.
yOUNG GIRL DESIRES POSITION AS
X typewrit T or bookkeeper. Call 131 Taylor, r. 2.
WOMAN WISHES T-J DO GENERAL HOISK-
>» work or assist; fond of children; wages «10 to
*15. 1163 Market si.
pOMPETENT GIRL WANTS OENF. 'A L
v.' housework In loall family; wages moderate;
reference if requued. Please call 237 Eleventh ;
aye., between Clement and California s's.
you.NG LADY wants housekeepers*
X place: city or corn-try. 8-1 Mission, room 6.
y OUNG LADY SPEAKING FRENCH WOUI D
I like housekeeper's or governess's place. 122
Post st. room 10.
1 ADY WI>HE-f POSITION AS COOK; WILL
A j do washing; just from the East: have good ref-
erences. 314 Jessie st.
A' OUNG WOMAN WANTS WORK BY THE
X day; washing, ironing or house-cleaning. Ad-
dress M. li, box 8, Call Office.
Rkfi.nED LADY WANTS a POSITION as
it iurse;irlor very light housework: nowa-h-
Ine; city or country; highest references. T. C.
box 18, Ca I Office.
/ ' IfiL TO COOK, WASH AND IRON FOR A
" J small American family; good cook; good
references. 205 Turk st
T>KLIABLE ENERGETIC LADY' WISHES
Xt position for light housework, ehamberwork la
hotel, or kitchen helper. Call or address 7*7
Harrison SU fjpTjgg
SWEDISH GIRL WISHES SITUATION TO
kj general houseworic and cooking. Call at 25
Gilbert st., beu Sixth and Sev?utn, off Bryant: no
posial answer
SITUATION AS WORKING HOU>E KEEPER-
no trlflers. MRS. TAYLOR, 821 Mission '
•\TEAT. WILLING YOUNG GIRL WOULD
XX like situation to do light l.ousework; sleep
home; Mission. C C, 25^6 Mission si.
A' OUNG GERMAN GIRL WISHES POSITION
I for light housework or second work. Apply
4145 "1 wenty-fourth St.. near Castro.
GERMAN GIRL WISHES SITUATION IN
private family. 621 Capp st.
SITUATION A- KEEPER, CITY OR
O conntrv. Jfoom 10, 15 Eddy st.
WOMAN WMI«.S SITUATION IN" >MALL
'» family or with old couple. K. L., box 94, Call.
■yXPERIENCED WOMAN WANTS SITU~A~-
Xj lion as first-class American cook: thorouKhly
undeiatands her work la all its brunches: best ci y
references. 2 Bridge place, off Broadway, nr. Hyde.
WANTED — POSITION BY RESPECTABLE
' » woman; will maice herself generally useful in
small fami.y: good home; reference^: small wages.
625 Chestnut St., Oakland.
A 1 YOUNG LADY STENOGRAPHER, TYPE:
A writer, doable-en try bookkeeper, 3years' ex-
perience whole-ale lira), besi references, capable
of taking lull charge of correspondency, will ac-
cept position: ver/ reasonable s.iiary^ city or
country. Address R. 1., box 102, CaB
FTTrATION^ WASTKD-Onntfnn.*.
AIfAITRESS WISHES POSITION IN THE
»' evening In coffee-house or r.-stauranu from 6
to 12 P. H. Call after 5:30 p. M., 1119 .»Isslod, r6.
yOU.NU WOMAN WISHES HOUSEKEKP-
A er's position, tali 1104 Mission si, comer of
Seven 1 room 10.
youNG woman wants a place as
A housekeeper: city orcjuntry. 305 a .»iason St.
yOU.NG WOMAN WISHES WORK
A -keeper's position or do plain mending.
131 l-ourih si., room 1.
WANTED— SITUATION WORKING HOUSE-
I* keep--: gentleman or widower. M. 8., box
26, Call Office.
yOUNG LADY WISHES A POSITION AS
X housekeeper. 2: 5 O'Farrell st., room 7.
yOU.NG LADY DESIRES A I LACE AS j
X stewardess or housekeeper. 101 Va Giant aye.,
room 16.
yOU.NG LaDY WOULD LIKE A HOUSE-
X keeper's place. 34 Hxth St.. room 12
yOU.NU LADY TYPEWRITER AND COPY-
X ist wants a place. 120y 2 Gcary si.. room 2.
you.NG woman Wants POSITION* AS
X housekeeper, call 118 Sixth st., room 32.
yOU.NG WOMAN WISHES POSITION Ax
1 housekeeper. 112 Taylor su, room 2. Ist floor.
y uung lady WANTS situation : stoke
1 1 r " MTV. sei'iw at home. Call or address 24
Mini aye., cTj'P- M tropolr.a.i Temple, Hfth St.
ANTKD— WOKE BY' THE DAY: WASH-
II Ing, Ironing, housecleauing; reference. Apply
607 Post St.. first flat.
yOUNG IADY DESIRES A STEADY PLACE
ABB housekeeper; city or country. 126 Fourth
St., room 2.J;
DKE*-s>iaKRK. GOOD FUTER, WISHES
ci gagements: $1 25 per day. Address 1018
Howard st.. top floor.
yOUNG LADY WOULD LIKE HOLSEKEKP-
A er's position, or will do plain sewing. Koom 9,
207 Post st.
yOUNG WOMAN DESIRES A HOUSE-
X keeper's ace: no objection 10 short dis.ance
in country. 969 Mission sL, room 19.
GO'.iD COMPETENT WOMAN WIHKSIM.
VI sition by the day or week; house or office
cleaving. (all or address 224 Fourth hi., room IT.
r OUNG LADY Di>IRKS A PLACE AS
X housekeeper: no objection to short distance in
the country. -.33 O'Farrell st., room 1-.
yOUNO LADY' WOULD I IKE A PLACE AS
X houseneepei : no objection to country home.
501 Tost st., room 6. H^Jfe
"yOUNG oKRMAN GIRL. SPEAKS FRENCH
X and span wauls a housekeeper's place, ill
Gear - St., 100 .. -.
yOU LADY RECENTLY FROM SALT
X Lake wishes a position as housekeeper. 850
Market St., room 37.
yoUNG GERMAN LADY DESIRES PO.sI-
X tion as housekeeper. 112 'Jay Ior si., room 7.
SITUATION WANTED BY MIDDLE-AGED
lady to do any kind of housework: wages not
so much object as good home. Central House,
536TuIrd st., loom 38.
/•I - l,Ai;Ki.\- BRANCH OFFICE Of THK
111 c.v Li. Snbscriiitliun fir,,! wan: ad* taken.
SITUATIONS AVAXTJKD-3IAL.K.
CHINESE & JAPANESE; EST'D 20 YEARS;
\J help: tel. main 1997. BRADLEY <; 0. . 640 Clay
HUNTER A C". CHINESE AND JAPANESE
em P. office, 614 California St., tel. main 231.
CHINESE AND JAPANE-E EMPLOYMENT
V.' office; best help. 414y, O'Farrell, Tel K. 426.
JAPANESE AND CHINESE EMPLOYMENT
J office, best help, 314b Sntter St.; tel. Grant 30.
yOUNG MAN WANTS A JOB: A WORKER;
X handy with tools. Call or address D., 26 Fell.
y OUNG COUPLE, BOTH FLUENT TALKKRS
X and rustlers and of good address, wish to repre-
sent and advertise a responsible firm over the
State. Address O. S., box 23, Call.-
STRONG BOY WISHES A PLACE IN CITY
0 or country to make hi m*e;f iener«lly useful:
farm worn preferred. B. 8., box 45. Call.
yOU.NG MAN AND WI I X WISH POSITIONS
X on sto k farm or ranch; man as fireman; good
references. Address A. R< E., box 25, Call.
yOU.NG MAN WHO WOULD LIKE TO
1 learn barb trade seeks position . small wages.
Address GEO. »A VI J I.X, 307 Golden Gale aye.
SITUATION WANTED BY EXPERIENCED
engineer to run an engine or pump In city or
country or do firing, S. E., box 27, Call.
MAN AND WIFE WISH POSITIONS ON
deep-water vessel or any boat: man used to ;
rnzln- aril woman can do any kind of work. I
B 0., box 58. all.
WAN I ED-POSITION IN PLANING-MILL
"as helper; can run most all wood-working ma-
chines. Address C. oox 20, ' all « flier.
IDDLE-AUED MAN WISHES SITUATION
MIDDLE-AGED MAN WISHES SITUATION
as assistant or second cook: city or country.
Address L. fHMITT, 737 Mission st.
Gl- I.MAN EASTERN FARMER, SINGLE, 35,
wishes work, or will some kind friend who is
able to iiuc-; me give me a chance 10 run wmc-
ttiing on halves? you will not be sorry. Address
JOE, box 123. Ca 1 Office.
yoUNfi MAN 1 MONTH FROM IRELAND
X wishes to ork about a yard and taKe care of
horses 3151-2 -I'S^.e si. -
QITUATION TO TRAVEL: RY^ BRIGHT
0 young man: speaks and writes German. G. H.,
box 23, Call.
\\r ANTED— WORK BY YOUNG MAN (GER-
• i man) to wash dishes assist in cooking, wait-
ing: ctty or ci.untry. Address H. MILLER, 631
Sa-ram-'iuo St., r..om 48.
■yOUNG MAN DESIRES POSITION IN
X butcher-shop: good cutter; experienced river;
well acquainted with city. D. Z., box 86, Call.
IJELIABLE MAN OF EXPERIENCE (GER-
At man) wants situation In private family a?
coachman and gardener; thoroughly understands
the car- of horses, gardening and milking: Is
strictly temperate; good references. Address C.
W. M., dux 9. this oflice.
SITUATION WANTED As MAN ABOUT
* place by young man; fi st-ciass references.
Address Utility, R.. box 8, Cail.
Ml D i .E- A GKD SWEDISH MAN WANTS
situation around private house; gardener;
coachman: first-class milker: good reference;
city orconniry. G. R., box 101, Call.
yOU.NG GERMAN, WELL ACQUAINTED IN
X the city, wishes situation as driver for delivery-
wagon. Address Prescoit Huuse. room 75.
youNG man wants steady place as
X dishwasher or wiling to take any employ-
ment. Call or addresi 243 Shipley si., bet. Fifth
and sixth.
IDDLE-AGED MAN. STRONG AND WlLL-
ing, wants work in private family; plain
coot; used to horse?, ciirden; useful in general ;
wages no object: reference. Address A. H., 601
Webs er St., Oakland.
EXPERIENCED ASSAY EX WANTS AN
XJ engagement. W. IS., box 89, call. "
VTOKTH GERMAN WANTS POSITION IN
i-1 grocery. 715 Howard st., room 90.
/•IE LARKIN— BRANCH OFFICE OF THB
v) 1 O CALL. Mitscnptloos him! want, ads taken.
WINCHESTER HOUSE. 44 1 MIRD ST.. Nit
>" Market: 200 rooms .5c 10 SI 60 per night;
11 to to $b per week; convenient and respectauU;
tm- out mid La-'i'Hue to mil :roui ic<> lrrry.
IJKLP WANTKB-KKMALE.
COOK, INSTITUTION, $35. MISS CULLEN.
325 sutter.
\\r AiTREsS, HOTEL. FRESNO, $20; CHAM-
'» bermaid, same bouse, $17. MIS-> CULLEN,
325 Suiter.
VEAT WORKING HOUSEKEEPER, $10.
1> MISS CULLEN, 320 Sutter.
HOUSEWORK, SAN KAKAEL, $25; SECOND
girl, $25. MISS CULLEN. 325 .-otter.
'BENCH MAID AND SEAMSTRESS, $26
T MISS CULLEN, 325 Sutler.
■VTF.AT YOUNG GIKL. $10 TO $15. MISS
IX Ct7l*LJ£K, 325 cutter.
COOK. private family, $30: GERMAN
second girl, country, Sl5; girl for Berkeley,
small family. $20; German girl, housework, $20;
girl for Oakland, see party here, $2J; 21) girls
housework. $15 and $20. C. K. HANSEN &Co
208 Geary si.
7 AUNDRKKS, CITY ITU 1 lON, $20;
JJ ironer for steam laundry. $20 and found, c.
R. HANSEN & CO , 108 Geary st.
lADY BARBER. CALL EARLY': 3 CHAM-
XJ herrhaid.i and wail some, $20 and room; 3
girls, small restaurants. *3 to $4 a week; 3 wait-
resses. $'-:0. city; 3.waitresseii, $.'» a week: 5 wait-
resses, $15 and room. MARTIN <t CO , 749 MkL
I AUNDKE3S. PLAIN WORK, $20, ROOM,
I■> board, etc. MARTIN <fc Co., 749 Market st.
pitOTESTANT Ci'OK, 2 IN FAM ILY, $30:
1- French maid, $25: second girl, $20: girl to cook
for lady and act is maid. $20. 4 cooks in German
families. »25. $30 and $35: cook, small hotel. $25;
4 waitresses and cnambermalds. $15 and $20, and
a large number of girls lor cooking and housework
111 city and country. J. F. CROSKTT A CO., 316
Suiter st.
A LONDON FIRM WISHES TO IMPORT
rv California honey and dried fruit and to export
drugs, spices and seeds to md t-ranclsco; would
like to meet thorough, reliao!*-. well-introduced
firm: reference* exchanged. Address ioG., Sell's
cuyOrnc-, branch 4, birchiu Lane, E. C.. London,
England.
THE SAX FRANCISCO CALL, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 189^.
HKI.P WANTKD-Continued.
TV"EAT GIRL FOR CHAMBKHWOKK AND
IX waiting, plain hotel near city, $20: cook.
small country hulel. t'.O; ranch cook, $16, and
others. MURRAY* & Rt.ADV, Leading Employ-
ment Agents. 634-633 Clay St.
SWEDISH GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK, 3 IN
C^ family, *.;">. German house girl, *25: second
;rir , *lft: '* girls, Aloineda, *25 each; nurse gir.,
$15; conk, ■>.-!!»: 10 girls, housework, $12 to .+ 15:
girl, San Rafael, $20. MR.-. NORTON, 323 sutter.
COOK, AMERICAN FAMILY. $35: 3 COcK",
V German families, $25 to $30.: cook. bo.trdu.K-
hou3e, *30: housezirt, $30: ranch cook, country,
$20. MRS. .NUKTUX, 323 Suiter St.
pERMAN SECOND GIRL, »20. MRS." LAM-
IJT BERT, 417 Powell st.
j COOKS, SWEDISH OR GERMAN, $2&!
•i MRS. LAMBERT, 417 Powell st.
QWEDI»H COOK, 2 IN FAMILY', $25; NO
>^/ Sunday dinner. MRS. LAiiBEKT, 4i7 PowelL
Vfi-AT > OUNG GIKL: WA'H NaPKINs;
li wait one meal: hours f.om 6:3; to ip.K; S8
per in. 'ii i.. room and board. Address J. 8., box
84, Call.
TV" GIRL, FOR CHILD 6 YEAR!?. GOLD-
IX en \V> s. Hotel, room 38: inquire 8 to 11 p. it.
yOI'.NG GIKL UNDERSTANDS PLAIN COOK-
X ing and assist with child: Protestant preferred.
Call i vi siUy a. m. net. 9 and 12, 411b Van Ness.
WANTED— YOUNG GIRL TO MIND BAIiY.
M 'JS-4 Bush s:.
I ADY BOOKKEEPER, WITH 3 YK ABb» OR
Ii more experience and best of reference. Ad-
diess L. X., box 8 Call office.
I)E>PECI ABLE PROTESTANT WOMAN. IN
At need of a home, to cook for small family on
ranch: wages sma 1. Apply R. P., box 18, Call.
. IKL TO ASSIST GENERAL HOUSEWORK:
VJ small family; after 9 o'clock. 1529 sutler sU
STRONG GIRL Full GENERAL HOUSE-
U work. 117 Bartlett St.
y OUNG GIRL TO WORK IN CHOPHOUsE.
lit Cay kU /
STRONG GERMAN OR SWEDISH GIRL
wanted lor housework; must be good cook;
WHges $25. 1439 Morion St., Alameda, near
Santa Clara ;.vc.
\' .< I. GIRL TO WAI AT TABLE IN SMALL
->-' resinurauu 2208 Powell st.
\j IDDLE-AGED WOMAN FOR GENERAL
j'l Iminnwor.; and cooking; Geimau prelerred.
II Sixth, v] uir.s
\\ ANTED— A FiRST-CLASS COOK AT 15
1* Stockton at.: call oeiween 12 ond i P. v.
OOMP Tr.NT GKRMAN GIRi.; MUhT UN-
/ d. island cooking and housework. 317 Larkiu.
\]EAT YoUN«i GIKL: LIGHT HuUShAVoRK;
i-i cooking; small f»mily. lsbB tulton st.
GERMAN GIKL, COOK AND DOWNSTAIRS,
3in family, $^0. 417 Powell at.
pIRL TO ASSIST IN HOUSEWORK; CARE
Vlof 2 children. 1820 Devisadero st.
EXPERIENCED APPJIENTiCK WANTED
on custom coats; paid while learning. 78
Harriett st.
Tj'IRST-CLASS TAILORESS ON CUSTOM
i coats. "JO.- i/i Seventh st.
(' IKL TO WASH NAPKINS; WAGES $20.
'J 617 Montgomery st.
VINI^HEHS, BUTTONHOLE MAKERS ON
X custom coats; steady work. 291 Naiomast
GERMAN (URL FOR GENERAL HOUSE-
work; reference required. 2056 Mission.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK. 3448
VJ Twentieth St., cor. Capp.
GIRL TO ASSIST IN LIGHT HOUSEWORK;
sleep home. 5U9 Halgbt st.
L'lß'sT-CLASS FINISHER ON CUSTOM
A; ants. 411V2 Kearny st., second floor.
L"IKs I -CL - FIMSHER ON VESTS;
J steady work: good wages. 427 Natoma st.
pIKL KIR GENERAL HOUSEWORK AND
VJ plain cooking in 3111:111 family. Call this
morning at 2005 Pine st,, nr Laguua, het. 9 and 12.
i-ekaiuK"! wanted, levi stkaUss &
Oj-EKAIuH- WaM'KU LtVl bTRAUSS <t
CO.. 32y 2 Fremont su
I AWRENCE DRES.S- CUTTING SCHOOL,
1- 1079 Market: a perfect tit guaranteed without
trying on; call and be convince J.
VKtf FRENCH SKIRT P.\TT.RNS, 25C:
-ti dress makers furnished positions free. McDow-
ell Dressmaking aud Ml livery School, 103 Post.
MO V 1 1 DR. WISE, THE LADIES' SPKCIAL
ist. to 1118 Market st. ; monthly troubles, etc.
/■•jr. LA KKIN— BRANCH OFFICE oF THK
-1 *-* CALL. &übttcripllon.t and want ads taken.
MOST CONVENIENT AND KhSPKCTABLE:
Winchester Hoot*, 44 Third st.. near Market:
KOO rooms: 2oc :o $1 50 per night: $1 60 to *ti
per weeK: free ;us and bacgafa to nnd iroin ferry.
HKLP WANTED- MALE.
BUTLKR, $10. MISS CULLEN, 3L'5 SUTTER
street.
t-R> N( H CHEF. $100: SECOND COOK, 75:
A; second cook, S6O: broiler. $6 fire advanced;
fry cook, $40; German bonrding-house cook. $35;
second cook, country, $40. free fitr<-; dishwasher,
country hotel, $20; short order cook, country,
?4V. C, R. HANSEN A CO., IUB Geary SU
OMPKTENT HOTEL CLERK WITH KEF-
\J en nces for a country hotel. (80 <> 00 and
found. C, B. IIANstN it CO., 108 Geary St.
/• MORE COAL-MINERS, $2 50 A DAY: i
*' more Scandinavian srioveler, $2 50 a day,
steady work; 3 farmers, $20; :-cai:dinavir>n ynrd-
man for a hotel, $22 50: 40 woodsmen; lie and
post makers, see boss here. C R, HANSEN &
0., 108 Geary st.
JAPANEHK MAN AND WIFE FOB A
ranch. 50, free fare. C. R. HaNSEN & Ctt,
108 Geary st.
BUTLER, $50. C. R. HANSEN & CO., 108
Geary su
\\T AN D-2 BUTLERS, $40 TO $45: WAIT-
•» er. firstc:ass hotel, $30: waiter mid do some
laundry-work $20; fireman for hotel. $39; cook,
restaurant, $40; boy for I quor-'ton , $lv; laborers
for light worK, $1 a day, etc. ANDRE'S, 308
Stockton st.
pLKRK TO I ALLY LUMBKR, MAKE HIM-
\J s»lf useful in city office, around yards, etc., on*
not afraid to push himself forward and do a little
work: 10 laborers and teamsters, $175 day; 10
farmhands, $26, $25 aud $20. MURRAY &
READY*, bH4 and 6. 6 Cloy St.
T> ASCII COOK. *30: 2 WAITERS AND BOYS.
At $25 aud $20: dishwashers, etc. MURRAY &
rtEADY, 634 and 636 Clay St.
-fi TIEMAKERS 8c EACH, TOOLS AND
• '"/ food urn isht-d: 30 woodchoppers: 56 shingle
bolt and box makers: double shi gle block maker,
$2 50 day. .MURRAY <fc KKADY, 634 and (536
clay st-
•_> COOKS, CITY, $45; NIciHT COOK. J4O TO
0 $50; 4 boarding-aouse cooks. $26 to $35 and
room; 2 hotel looks, country. $50 and room;
oyster cook: 3 German cooks, $40 to *50;. second
cook, $>0 and room; 5 cooks. $6, *7 and $8 a
wees. MAR iIN & CO., 749 Market si.
„ AN AND WIFE FOR RANCH; 2 RANCH
>i hands, $15, etc. MARTIN <fc CO., 749 Mar-
ket su
KICK SETTER: CALL EARLY. MARTIN
4 CO., 749 Market St.
SHOP BLACKSMITH, CITY. MARTIN <fc
CO., 749 Market st.
I)ARJ3EK. COUNTRY SHOP, $60 PER MO.
AJ MARTIN & CO., 749 Market st. .
HOTEL PORTER. $25, ROOM, E'lC: CLERK
small country hotel. MARTIN <& Co., 749
Market su
pOACHMAN; .NICE PLACE; CALL EaRLY
\J MARTIN & CO.. 749 Market st.
t) BUTLERS: AMERICAN FAMILIES- RK.
ference required. J. F. CROSE'IT & CO. 316
Sutter su
ANTED-2 BUTLER* FOR ICE PLACES,
5 25 and $35, references, positive: 26. cook
and broiler, *40; short-order coo*, $30: cook
country restxnrunt. »30; 2 restaurant waiters
$30; waiter who speaks r-panish, $(5 week; kitch-
en help, $15 to $20; reuauraut porter and dish-
washer, $20. Apply to J. F. CROSE'IT & CO., 628
Sucramento st.
YV ANTKD— MAN ABO (I T PL A CE, M U S r UN-
»» derstand running gasoline engine. 8*25- or-
chardman. $36. 2 tramsiers, $1 50-day and $20-
-6 woodchoppers, $1 Z5 a cord. Apply 10 J. v
CROSETI & CO., 628 - acrauiento St.
O;k PICK -AND- SHOVEL LABORERS FOR
*-*/ winter's job, country: »26 and board; to co
to-day. K. T. WARLi & C >„ HUH and 610 Clay st.
1(\ WOODCHOPP R>, $1 A COKD; 10 TIE-
J~\J makers and 10 postmakers; piece; gooa
timler tools una fc-ruo advarxed; see boss here
R. T. WARD & CO., 608 and 610 Clay st.
"IVr.-N'IED —12 WOODCHOPI'EUS, 8A N
»» Mateo County, railroad iare.'Bsc, long job
sure an.l good pay; butler-maker and milker'
sma.l private dairy, 825; farmers, milkers, cooks
waiters and dsh washers; 2 stionv boy* for store
In city. $S a week. W. D. EWER* CO., 626 day.
. ENERAL MERCHANDISE CLKEK FOR
1 country store: $76. state age and full particu-
lars, exierienc.-. reie.ences, etc. Address H O
It., box 2 3, Ci.il Office " "
PAINTKRS WANTED. 107 ASH AVENUE.
p ENTLFMAN WANTS PRIVATE LESSONS
VJT in grammar. Address P. L. box SO. Call.
GLOVE - OPERATORS ON POLMATIER
U overstitched machine; also on Singers. Ap-
ply 412 MarKet st.
HKIP WASTED- < on!
BOY AGED 16 RESIDING WITH PARENTS;
references required. 130 Powell st.
\V ANTED— FIRST-CLASS H ARN ES>«-M A X-
•• er, with good ret Apply 2«5 Stevenson st"
VOUSO MAN TO LEARN BARBER'S
X trade. 434 Pacific st.
l\ r ANTED-DISHWASHER, 25c PER DAY
>» and room. 1407 Valencia st.
1 O YOUNG MEN TO GO OX A CRUISE TO
J. KJ >-outh teas. HERMAN'S, 637 Clay st.
pOATMAKER FOR COUNTRY. APPLY
\J KElss BROS. <fe CO., 24 Sutler St.
\\r ANTED— BOYS FROii 15 YEARS OR
»» over. Cor. seventeenth and Folsom.
XO FIFTH— BARBER TO GO TO COUNTRY.
OAINTER WANTED TO BURN OFF FRONT
Xof a house. 103^ Mission s:., bet. Seventh and
Eighth.
BUTCHER-BOY, CLEAN AND STRONG, TO
drive wagon and cut meat. 1308 Pacific st.
C^OOD COOK: CALL EARLY; SMALL RES-
VX taurant. 2208 Powell st.
WANTED— WAITER AT COFFEE-HOUSE.
» » 315 Grant aye.
T\IBHWaBHEK AT 154 SECOND ST.
U- ANTED- A GOOD WAITER, ALSO A
good dishwasher. 134 Third st.
WANTED — BOOTBLACK IN BARBER-
shop. -202 Fourth st.
OOD TAILOR WANTED TO WORK IN-
VJ side the store. 1217 Polk st.
STYLISH HAIRCUT IOC; ELEGANT SHAVE
O sc; clean towels. 602 Pacific St., near Kearny.
2 LIVE . SOLICITORS AMONG BUSINESS
*- houses. 5 o'clock. 530 California st., loom 6L
Air ANTED— MEN AND WOMEN TO WORK
» » at home; I pay $8 to $16 per week for mak-
ing crayon portraiis: new patent method: anyone
who can read or write can do the work, at home,
in spare time, day or evening; send for particulars
at once. U. A. GRIPP, German Artist, Tyrone.Pa
Green hands io-day; also seamen
all parts of the world. HERMAN'S, 637 Clay.
— YOUNG MEN; GOOD INDUCEMENTS; NO
0 experience; call Ba. m 836 Howard st.
\\ r ANTED— INDUSTRIOUS I'ARTN ER,
»* small caplial, to h<>lp -in store; gcod profits:
board and lodging Included. 410 Brannan st.
pOOD-PAYING BUSHELING >IIOP FOR
vl sale cheap on account leaving the city. Inquire
236 Ellis su
TIICYCLES AND REPAIR SHOP FOR SALE;
X> only one in the county ; near a point where will
be from 800 to 1000 men working on new railroad
iron 1 bridges, etc., for over 2 years: cheap. Ad-
dress K. X., box 86. Call Office.
O--C BARBER SHOP AND BATH IN COUN-
— O try; near city. Address W. R., box 8, Call.
STEADY MAN; MUST BE NEAT WRITER
O and quick at figures; large commission-house;
fair salary to start: position permanent; $200
ash security required. C. H., box 80, Call Office.
MEN'S SOLEINO, 50c: LaDIKS. 40c: WHILE
you wait. 638 Market; branch 767 Market.
W ANTED— PRESSMAN ON PANTALOONS.
»» 734 Montgomery, room 1. Bf?H
fllj'rv ADVANCE SECURES EMPLOYMENT
ijrO\J and transportation to Klondike and $&0
stock in Incorporated company. F., box 5, Call.
EXPERIENCED CITY SALESMAN: REFER-
i-iences. 331 Ellis St., Browustone Wine Co.
'I)ARBERS' ASSOCIATION FREE EMPLOY-
i-> ment office. S. FUCH*. Sec., 325 Grant aye.
WANTED— A STEADY MAN TO ASSIST IN
. plain office duties and collect rents with horse
andtucgy; must have $150 cash and be satisfied
with $65 per month. 1118 Market st . room '2.
PKCRUITS WANTED FOR THE. UNITED
It States marine corps, United States navy:
able-bodied, unmarried men, between the ages of
21 and 30 rears, who are citizens of the United
Stales, or those who have legally declared their
intention to become such; must be of good char-
acter and habits and able to speak, read and write
English, and be between 5 feet 5 inches and 6 feet
in height. For fnrther information apply at the
recruiting office, '20 Ellis at. mid Francisco, Cal.
Yy ANTED— GET YOUR HHUKtI MADE TO
'» fl your feet at the same price you buy ready-
made ones, '.torn (1, *2. $3, $4 ami *5, at fitij
ailaslonst.. bet. First and Second.
LADIES' SHOES. bOLINU, o5o; MEN'S
shoes, soling, 60c: all repairing dons at half
(he nnual price. 662 Mission «v. bet. Ist and 2d.
U. r ANTED— AT MONTANA HOUSE, 7641/2
'* Mission: men 10 take rooms; 10c, 15c ana
25c per night; 60c. 90c and $1 per week.
SAILORS AND ORDINARY SEAMEN
O vrauted at Lane's, 504 Davis st. near Jackson.
\yAKE IHE DkaD: WKNZKL'S ALARM
»' ciock: n» electricity ; loudest. 6J'2 Montc*y.
/'I X LARK IS— BRANCH OFFICE OF THE
" I «-» CALL. bubKcnptiiiiii and wane ads taken.
riNKM I N'BCALFSHOKB TO ORDER, $2 50;
X men's so'.eiug, 35c: only onejprice. 959 Howard.
SMOKMaKKRS TO BUY MKN's UPPERS,
O $1 and up. SHIRLEY, 921 Howard st.
LARGE STOCK OF SECOND-HAND SHOES
■J tor siili--, also ladies' and misses', trom *2Scup;
misfits exchanged; good repairing; shoes made 10
order, any style. ontral Repairing shop, 749
.Mis-lion, near i; rand Opera-huuse.
'->r\(\(\ PAIRS— ANOTHER LoT Or" MEN'S
O\J\l\J shoes: been slightly damaged; at less
than one-fourth their value: from °26c to $2 50.
662 Mission su. bet. First and Second.
} ( i biMuN wants 100 men to get bottle
li. beer or wine 6c: Les: tree lunch. K43 Clay.
ROOMS, ISO IO .5o l'l-_ It Nil, li T; i)UJ -««*
»*r week. Oriental. 225 Drunim ku
L LCllu Hul>K. HAhKET ST. — ROOMS
Jj '20t, -5c 10 f.tio :nght. #1 to *'2 week.
JUT OF INLAI.LKII-foK SHOES FROM 25C
Xj up to $1 -26. 662 Mission su, Deu Ist and 2d.
nHKY ACME Hi. USE, 967 MARKET ST., BK-
X low sixth, for a room: -5c a night: si a week.
INGLE ROOMS 10c AND 16 C NIGHT, 750
and «i week. Llndell House, Sixth and Howard.
"\y ANT E D— MEN 1U I.KARN BARBER
" trade; shops, tools, position* furnished; i
weeks required. S. F. Barber College, ] 88% Eighth,
\^ ANTED, WAGES DUE LABOH-
" «rn^clerks KNOX Collection A(oy, 110 Sutler.
UINCHK&IER HOUSE. 44 THIRD Si., SK
Market: 200 rooms, 25c a night; reading-
room; tree 'bus and b&ifgnge <> and from the ferry.
ANTED- LABORERS AMD MECHANICS 1
•• 10 know that Ed Rolkin. Reno House proprie-
tor, still runs Denver liouvv '217 Third at.; lad
large rooms; -5c per night; $1 tof'J i>er wee!c
AGENTS WANTKD.
1 ADY AGENTS; A PROFITABLE SIDE
• • line. Call from 10 to 12. 1 2 i/is Bourbon St.
__
HOUSES WANTED.
WANTED— A 15 TO 18 ROOM LODGlNG-
hutise: low rent: cheap; state price and loca-
tion. B , box 85, Call.
LADY WANTS 1 LARGE UNFURNISHED
house-keeping room; rent about $3 a mo.; fire-
place if possible; »jr 2 tinfurnUhed, do., at $5:
central. Address, box 106. Call Ollke. jj
ROOMS WANTED.
WANTED— SUNNY FRONT ROOM ANI.
kitchen, central, by young coiiDle: have small
Infant. B. Y. X box 58. call office.
YOUNG MAN WANTS hO 'M WITH USE OF
-I- piano: central; state terms I. T.. box 105. Call.
HOME WANTED FOR BOY 9 YEARS OLD.
114 Ellis, room 3.
ANTED— BY MAN AND WIFE. 2 CON-
necliug furnished rooms for housekeeping;
state price. Address W. P.. -9 Ninth st.
UAN 1 ED— BY LADY. TWO UN FURNISHED
rooms for housekeeping in private family;
state price. T. C. 8.. box 10, Call (lice.
WASTED- MISCELLANEOUS.
MACHINERY. BELTING, PIPE, BLACK-
smith :ools, brakeblo k rubber, hose, toils of
all descriptions buuKbl and. sold. -204 Mission st.
Brancn store, 46 Clay su J. LIVINGSTON.
SMITH PREMIER NO. 1 TYPEWRITER, IN
O good oraer, for cash. Address T. W., box '22,
Call.
r pO EXCHANGE— GOOD BICVCLK i-OR A
X small second-band lathe. 1820 Devlsadero St.
OLD GOLD AND SILVER BOUGHT. W.
MUND. watchmaker and jeweler, 226 Ellis St.
ANT.,D— TO Bl V A FIRST-CLASS STKRE-
»" opticou outfit. Address W., box 18, CalL
pOUNTKRH WANTKD— S CROCKERY OR
\J clothing tables (been used) at low price if in
good order. Send price and where to be seen to
SMI . H'S, 27 Market s'. _^
. / D-IIAND CLOTHINO,DRESSKS,SEAL I 'KINS
— wanted; best prices: send postal. 1020 Folsom.
KLEIN, 109 SIXTH ST., WILL PAY
• cash for clothing and books; send for me.
TOOLS OF ALL KINDS. STOVES AND
A ranges bought and sold. CUBTIN, 1123 Market
PAWNBROKER— OLD GOLD, SILVER, CAST-
X oft clothing bouzht. Add. COLEM AN, 41 Third.
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.
ANOTHER CARLOAD OF ELEGANT
XI- pianos just received and a thld car wi'l ar-
rive during the w ek; we must force out pianos
at your own price to make room for these goods:
this is a snap you am looking tor; a few used
pianos — Hardiur.n. Steinway, Emerson, Hewing
Uros.— at $60 and upward: yon can't afford to
miss this sale. Th" .1. Dewing Company, second
floor. Flood building, Fourth and Market.
j— STODART PIANO, UPRIGHT. $80: 2—
i Stone & Co. piano, upright, $115: — Mnler
piano, upright, $160; 4— Cnruz piano, upiigh ,
$185; s— Vo-e plnuo, upright, $205; — us«
piano, upright, $215; 7— Helming piano, upright,
$230: B— Koenisch piano, upright, $260: 9— ster-
ling piano, upr ght, $2tS5: 10 — Checkering piano.
upright, «400: tempting terms. BENJ. CURTAZ
& SUN, 16 to 20 o'Farr'rll St., our building.
AT MIhKJIA.N. CLAY & CO.'a., THE MI ; SI-
. cal headquarters of the Pacific Coast, is the
place to buy pianos and organs; new pianos from
$175 to $1400; second-hand trom $5 1 upward;
terms as low as $3 per mouth: sole representa-
tives for Steinway & sons, A. B Chase, timers on,
Lad wig, Mvi li & Barnes pianos an 1 Estey pianos
and organs. Corner of Kearny and Sutter »n. '
A BSOLUTELY THK OLDEST AND LARQ-
xL est bouse west of Chicago is KOHLER .*
CHASE'S. 26. 28 and SO O'Farr.H st. Pianos,
organs and. all other musical instruments, of all
grades and prices. Terms easy: prices lowest.
Everything poealbla tony to please uuJ satisfy
the customer.
A CTUALLYSACKIFICED— LI&TOF PIANOS
XV. fur following week: $550 • Melnway. $275:
$i>so Chickt-rlng, $2£o: 450 Colby. $'215 $600
Conovf r, »300. long list second-hand pianos, half
price, $50 up. The F. W. SPENCER COMPA-
NY, 933 Market su
On SECOND-HAND PIANOS, SQUARE AND
•- " upright, at your own price and on your own
terms, for one week only: we must have room for
new stock. SHERMAN, CLAY & CO., cor. of
Suiter and Kearny sts.
BONA-FIDE REDUCTION IN PRICKo—
Haines, Knabe, Bush & Gerts and others; sec-
ond-hani pianos from $100 up. W. C. HAMIL-
TON, successor 10 a. L. Bancroft & Co., 524 Post.
T ARGE STOCK OF STEINWAY. CHICKER-
Xj ing and other standard makes of upright
piano* from $125 to $250 at HEINE & CO., 136
Ellis, Y. M. C. A. building; SHAW agents.
OHMER& Ctt. BYRON JIAUZV, NEWBY.
0 Evans, Brings and other pianos; see our rent
plan; no Interest nrst year. 308. 310, 312 Post.
ADIdIXIriI'UATOR'.-. SALE — MUs»T SELL;
J\- pianos ac immense reduction for cash or on
installment*. EaTON EsTaTE. 735 Market su
SECOND-HAND UPRIGHT FOR $50.
IO Greai bargains in new pianos at MaU VAis',
769 Market at.
ANTED— SECOND-HAND UPRIGHT OR
»' square piano for cash. Address 11. S., box
60, Ca.l office.
ORNUNG'S NEW STYLE PIANOS; MOST
p-.-riect, brilliant, powerful lone. 216 Post.
WALNUT PIANO. 7y 3 OCTAVES, $150;
»i squares from $25. 1 HAM, 106 McAllister.
L'AMILY MUST SACRIFJCK FINE UP-
X right; going East. Room 5, 1021 Van Nessave.
9ifi^\ FINE, LARGE UPRIGHT; SACRI-
tJ!UU. flced for cash 1361 Folsom. cor. Tenth.
pIANOS, ORGANS, ALL KINDS OF MUSICAL
J instruments tuned, repaired. 1131V2 Mission.
77" INGSBURY (1897 MODEL), IS THE PIANO
JV you want. J. HARRY SCOTT, 626 Hayes si.
<81l /Ul i>IAN °: GREAT BAROAIN.SCHMIIZ,
tlpJ-V/U. 16 McAllister, near 11 loernia Bank.
SUPERIOR VIOLINS, ZITHt.RS.OLD ANEW.
li. MULLER, maker, repairer, - Latham place.
KNABIi PIANOS: NEW - SCALE; NEW
styles. KOHLER & CHASE, 80 0* Farreli SL
AT BHKR.MAN. CLAY & CO.'S ONLY WiU
you find a stock of new steinway pianos.
*OB SALE— MISCELLANEOUS.
T7"OR SALE— GREAT B V RGAIN, IN CONSK-
X qtience of death of owner; lucrative tailor's
business in neighboring town. App!v immediately
to.A. MuROFF & CO., Sherman building, Mont-
gomery st.
SILVER-HAIK FOX. TAJIK; ALSO FOX-
terrier pup. T. R , 3iy a Welch st.
Bars, SHOWCASES, counters, SIIKLV-
Ing. etc., bought and sold. 1063 .Aiission, nr.7th.
j. ARBER-SHOP; WELL LOCATED; ESTAB-
•' llshed 6 years. $150. 841 Telegraph aye.,
Oakland.
<£?'J7 X SCHOONER: NEARLY NEW; NEW
«Ir— iO. sails: 25 tons. Inquire California
Yacht Club, Oakland Creek.
VTEW, HANDSOME FOOT QUARTERED
.J.N oaic bar and tackbar; bargain. 512 Bush st.
PEDIGREED GREAT DANE BITCH; TWO
X years old. G. H:. box 116, Call.
PARROT FOR SALIC- FINE YOUNG TALK-
JL ing parrot, $15 G. W. M., i33'lenthst-
LRF.su COW; THIKDCLi: RICH MILK:
X 16 quarts day ; gentle. 1312 Folsom st.
4 ELSr GANT MABBLK MANTELS, AT YOUR
' own price. 1032 .Mission St.
rpiIOROUGniiKKD IRISH SETTER PUP-
X pies; pedigree furnished. . 1207 Waiter st.
QKCOND-HAND DYNAMOS, GASOLINE AND
kJ steam engines, boilers, pulleys, Bhafllng, laun-
dry machinery, etc. t-MiTH CO., 527 Mission st.
RETIRING FROM BUSINESS; OUR ENTIRE
stock of rattan furniture and habi- carriages
will be sort at wholesale cost. California Rattan
Works, 745 and 747 Mission st,, bet. 3d and 4th.
"COME '96 AND '9. STERLING WHEELS
O at a bargain." A. C. NICHOLS & CO., 404
Battery s-
| X. POOL. HOUSE-MOVER, DEALER SEO-
O .* end-hand building material. 1122-36 Mission.
ILEKS.ENi. l.\ E.-,'2i> IIA D
AIcINTOSH & WOLPMAN. 137 Heale
Safes— Bargains in :\j;w and second
hand: all sizes; half original cost- 109-111
Market st., S. P.
IjOILKRS, ENGINES, PUMPS, BELTING.GAS
engines: bought and sold. WHITE, 516 Mission
pOFFJCK-MXLL. !>CAL , HAND-TRUCK. LET-
\J ter-press, <ie.«k and safe clieap. 102 Clay st.
BARS, BACK BARS, iIIIKROKS, SiHOW-
cases. counters, linoleum, office furniture, store
and otlice furniture and fixtures; new and second-
hand. J. Noon AN, ioi/-iuiu-iui:i-.iu;;j ii»
■lon su, above Sixth.
1 MARKiil' ST.— BRANCH OFFICE Oi«' iilJ£
11 Call: want ad* ami subscription taken.
SEWING-MACHINES.
<n>9 MONTHLY; RENTED. REPAIRED,
O— bought, sold: machine supplies. I4s>ixth.
ALL KIN Do BOUGHT, SOLD, EXCHANGED,
rented; repairing; lowest rates. 205 Fourth,
DENTISTS.
Van vruom & co.s electro- dental
V Parlors, 997 Market st. ; lady attendant; no gas
or her dangerous anesthetics given; electric:
the great agent used to relieve paia: teeth filled
■nd extracted painlessly by our new electrical
process; a written guarantee given with alt worst
done; lowest prices; be4t work; alt surgical worlc
attended by O. W. Williamson. M.D.. physician
and surgeon: examination free by the use of our
new electrical appliances: porcelain and gold
crowns: bridge- work and teeth without dates a
specialty. Electro-Dental Parlors. 997 Market v
IpULL SET OF TEETH, $3: PAINLESS XX-
J traction; see our combination plate, thin as
paper: warranted JO years; teeth without, plates:
crown and bridge work our specialty: teeth im-
planted or transplanted; fillings 50c. crowns $3 50:
all work painless and warranted. Chicago Dental
Parlors, 24 Sixth st.
TVTEW YORK DX \ 1 li-T.-5-Pi.ATEs. $H 50 UP;
-Li silver tilling*. 25c up; gold ill lines, 75c up;
plates mended. $1 up: all work warranted: pain-
less traction. 50c. 969 Mission st., SK. cor. 6th.
DR. OKORGE A. LhKK, THE GENUINK
Lee!; dentist, discoverer of painless nxtracllon
and patentee of improved bndg* worK or teetn
Without any plate, moved from 6 to '20 O' 1 anvil,
DR. LUDLUM HILU 1443 MARKET ST.. NH.
Eleventh, nocharge for extracting when plates
are made; oil plates made over like new; usma
from $8 per set: extracting 50c: gas givne.
ROOME DENTAL ASSOCIATION, 75SJ MAK-
kot, bet. 3d and 4th: gass specialists; palnlesi
extracting, with as, $1; plates, *7 up. rill, $1 up.
Qjr FULL SET OF TEKiH: BEST MAKE-
1 '- kept In repair: extracting free; tilllngs 6Oo;
crowns $3 60. Pacific .Dental Parlors. 18 Third.
OHIO DENTAL PARLORS, 906 MARKET."
painless extracting, soc: open eve'ngs and Son.
Dl:. J. J. LEEK, 11-6 MARK 1.1 ST.: OPEN
evenings: Sunday till noon; registered dentist.
C. HARDING. M. D., £>Uu SU'iTKK, COR.
. Powell: tel. Main 5375; painless extraction.
ALL WORK REASONABLE AND WAR-
ranted. DR. J. W. KEY, 1320 Marke: sl
SET OF TEETH WITHOUT a n,Aii, Kit
H. C Young, 1841 Polks;.
C^OLTON DENTAL ASSOCIATION, »oti -iAU~
J ket st. DR. CHARLES W. DECKER.
♦>•>(» jiAklu bj.—i>UA.v>v.<i OFFICE OH'
OOU ')«* Olfij kU(MtcnpLiua« anu «»u» ads
taken.
A TTORN Y8- AW.
ADVICE FREE; PRIVATE MATTERS: MOD-
erate fees ; open ev'gs. McCABE, 103 Lurk.ii.
DVICK FREE; DIVORCE LAW.-i A SPKO
ialty; private; no fee without success -.collections
W.HOWE, atty at 1aw, 850 Market, cor.stocktn.
DVICK FREE: NO CHARGE UNLI-SS SUO
cessfuL \v. W. DAVIDSON, t>27 Market sc
BUSINESS CHANCES.
"<cj»;nn good-paying \L( on IN immk-
<JP — v'V. aia;e vicinity of factories: circum-
stances compe. i wn-r to sell immediately and
offers it at great sacrifice. Apply WII.KE, 783
I .Maiket st.
j (J.rnn LODGIVG- HOUSE OF 14 ROOMS,
«JP«JUw. elegantly furnished; choicest location:
near Baldwin Hotel; must sell this week. See
WILKK, 783 Market st.
(B*yKn PARTNER U ANTED IN AN OLD-
•!r > » UVJ. established office business or take
charge of the indoor business part: reference given
and required; full investigation solicited and trial
given. Apply Wlt.Kir, 783 Market st.
■8: ',nil OLD ESTABLISHED CIG A K-
fJrO\J\J. store with clubrooms: choicest loca-
tion in Oakland: doing a large and steady trade
owner has other business. Call WILKE, 783
Market St.
Gil /inn BAKKKY .AND CON 1- ECT l ON-
■{!> ! T:UI/. cry; established many years: clo-e
to Baldwin Hotel; his place do's a first-class
store trade only of daily '.i/2 barrels: circum-
stances compel owner to a j^reat sacrifice. Par-
ticulars WILKE, 783 Market st.
ffl?»,nnn RESTAURANT, CHOP AND
_ — yJ\J\J. oyster-house; monthly receipts
$1400; rent $35; 2 yeais' lease; opposite dep t
where daily 8000 people leave cars; a great sacri-
fice on account of family trouble. Call for partic-
ulars, WILKE, 783 Market si.
<s««.i;:n corner bkanch BAKERY AND
<ir — «JU. candy-store; in Western 'ddition: 3
living rooms; rent $20; a splendid offer for man
and wife WILKE, 753 Maiket st.
ffilQrin HANDSOMELY FIITKD UP SA-
<J)Ox'U. loon, adjoining horse market and milk
dairy depot: will lake partner. Apply WILKE,
783 Market st.
flg If\f\ RKSTAURANT AND OYSTER-
■tIP'-JV'U. house In the Mission: rent $16: living-
rooms: a sacrifice; partners do not agree. WILKE,
783 Mar ;et st.
ffljr/\f» OLD-ESTABLISHED BUTCHER-
«iJnt7vM;. shop; choicest location in the Mission:
large cash trade; 2 horses, 1 wagon: cheap rent:
investigate Particulars WILKE, 783 .Market Hi.
THIRST-CLASS PAYING FRUIT AND VEGE-
X! table store on principal street near Market:
owner has to leave ai:d offers agieat bargain. Ap-
ply WILKE, 783 Market si.
£."o;;rwk SALOON WITH 36 FURNISHED
i£)<£O\J\r . rooms, kitchen and dininu-hnll , 1
block from MarKet st. and all building; fir.-t-class
paying bar: rooms always occupied. Particulars
at Wl. Ki.'S. 783 Market St.
C-Qfllj OLD ESTABLISHED SALOON,
(jJOU". with bu.sinass lunch, in choicest loca-
tion: average receipts $25 per day: from 90 to 101)
I customers lor lunch: a fir^i-class business offer.
j Call WILKE, 783 .Market St.
(J|-A(\ GOOD-PAYING RESTAURANT ON
r7»)"/U. Fourth st- ; rent »30: first-clas> loca-
tion: best class of custom: rare chance for lively
man or lady. W ILK X, 783 Market st.
agOn/1 BAKKKY AND N TION-STOI'K:
«{p»JV'v. sure money-maker for right parties.
4300 — Good located and paying restaurant.
?50u — First-Ciass corner cigar-store.
* 1200— Fine corner saloon; only day trade.
And many other good bargains at
ANDERSON &CO.'S, 777 Market st.
SI CC PARTNER NEEDED TO ATTEND
' 10. cash counter, etc. ; lst-class restaurant
$250— Steady man as partner in saloon.
$500— Part >er. laly or gentleman, in Al tran-
sient lodgiug-house.
For bargains, HEALY <& CO., 917 Market st.
L OXHALL MARKKT, FILLMORE ST., BET.
i Washington and Clay; an excellent opportun-
ity for marketmen; we are about to open a first-
class market, < nmaininu 19 Malls, tilted up inele-
gant style, with plenty of air, light and ventila-
tion. Roman tiling in vestibule and f untain and
flower-stand In center; an exceptlona chance lor
downtown dealers to opeu a branch or new dealers
10 begin busine-s; this market will be right in the
center of the best patronage of the city. Apply
for stalls to BOVEE, TOY & SONNTAG, 624
Market st.
ANTED — GROCERIES: FIRST-CLASS
»» party to open grocery department in Foxhall
market, Fillmore at., bet. Washington and Clay.
Apply to BOVEE, TOY & .SONNTAO, 624 Mar-
ket st.
<B*<}(\(\ partner WANTED IN light
'_ —'''". indoor business; plen . vof work for a
steady man satisfied with from $18 to *25 a week ;
no previous experience required; trial given.
724% Market si., r oui 17.
Ir<OK SALE— LIVERY STABLE: GREAT BAR-
' gain; completely equipped; full running order;
centrally located; fireproof building; Ion? lei.se;
low rent; pays 40 per cent on investment. Ad-
dress Lock Box 12.
c-ijxnn BICYCLE, ELECTRICAL AND
«JP-L«JUu. plating works, doln; good bnslness;
worth 13000; reason for selling has other busi-
ness. 914 J St., Sacramento.
SALOON, CLUB AND LIVING-ROOMS; GO« I)
O paying business; low rent; best r^asor.3 for
selling. Call 668 Mission st.
RANCH BAKKKY, NOTIONS, SCHOOL
'' supplies: no opposition; sickness; must sell.
3116 i wenty-thira at.
FHOT< GRAPH GALLERY ON MARKET ST.
X old stand; good location: good bargain for cash.
Apply at 1140. Market SU
/ -IGAR--TI.RE AND CLCBROOMON TRANS-
V; fer corner for Nale; make offer; reur, cheap.
Cor. Polk ana Pacific sts.
TTP-TO-DATE CORNER DRUGSTORE; FAM-
U lly and prescription trade $18 per day. F. M.,
box 85. CalL
\ LASKA MINER. JUST RETURNED.
XI would sell part interest in two claims. Miner,
box 95. Call.
IsH AND OYSTER MARKET IN WEST-
ern Addition; $175. Addr.-s- M., oox 20, Call.
PAYING SMALL LAUNDRY ROUTE;
-L hone and wagon; $175. T. A. b-x 54, Call.
MICE CORNER GROCERY AND BAR; GOOD
I* stock. Inquire 3046 Twenty-fourth St.
JAUNJDRY FuR SALK: IN GOOD RUNNING
J condition. Apply 1219 Pacific St.
QECOND-HAND STORE FOR SALE; VERY
O small capital, 1062Va Howard st.
■Bl'-\n SALOON F.>R SALE: ACCOUNT OF
' <Z)O\J. sickness. 829 Howard st.
IT-jRUITSTOKK. WITH 2 GOOD RIGS; CHEAP;
X Waller and Stanyan sts.
! IQUOR- STORE AND BAR FOR SALE
J ' cheap. Apply to >lEBE BROS. <fe PLAGE-
MANN, C-.28 Sansome st.
fljj I r-r UNE SALOON; GOOD LOCATION;
Tor 1 1 10. good business: cheap rent; bargain
805 Howard st.
GOOD SALOON; 810 BARGAIN; MUST BE
U sola immediately. 319 I bird St.
SMALL SALOUN: WILL BE SOLD CHEAP;
0 city front, low rent 227 Eastst.
RESTAURANT; CHEAP ACCOUNT SICK-
-IV ness; good location. Call 165 Minba st.
QX|;ft BUYS AN ABSOLUTE SURE MON-
<Jt)UU ey making business; full Investigation
solicited, but money only talks. 402 Geary st.
CM ALL DELIUACfKS, GROCERY AND
0 bakery for sale cneap at 2866 Mission st . near
Twenty-fifth: going out on account of sickness.
©'■An Long-established home BAK-
<Jp - V»\l. cry: pro (its over $50 month. A. W..
box 89, Call.
1/iOR teALK, NOTIONS AND BAKERY
1 heap on account of sickness. 718 Montgom-
ery aye.
?^ FKCKKR'S REAL ESTATE AND BUSI-
VJ • nes Exchange has removal to 4021^ Geary.
OAL YARD, CONTENTS AND CERTIFI-
) cateforsale cheap: good location. 1623 Market.
( si9nfl FURNi'JUttE BUSINESS: MUST
t^jU\f\J. sell this week. 936 Howard st.
HOTEL AND BAR, NR. CITY; 25 STEADY
boarders App.y 809 Polk st.
OLD-1-.SI ABLISHKD SAL ON IN CENTER
of city: near Call. Examiner a:id Chronicle
buildings, must sell; sickness: great chance, Ad-
dresi T. o. C. , box 10, Call office.
PLENDiD STERN-WHEEL RIVER PAS-
senger and freight s: earner for saie. Apuly to
'!. K. sTa'IELU!, General Agent North Pacific
Railway, 638 Market at., s. F.
PORTLAND AGKNCY "CALL." INQUIRE
X tin:* office or 133 Third st., Portland, Or.
COFFKK AND I>.A I.OI'TI.S SUPPLIED
\J from casw »■ i.i, a- , O.'~. 415 Sacramento st.
ALASKA ENTERPRISES.
I /» MEN TO TAKE INTEREST IN AND
X \> work on a gold-dredger in Alaska next April:
must be able. bodied ai dhave $250 .ach. For par-
ticulars address J. Z. box 145. Call office
FURNITURE FOR SALE.
IPOR SALE— 4 ROOMS c»F FURNITURE,
. complete, on account of death: cheap. 578
Howard si.
T7IURNITURE, STOVES, CARPETS, COUN-
-l ten. sbowcasfs. ANI>KRSON. 1121 Market.
FURNITURE WANTED.
CASH FOR FURNITURE, CARPETS. I TC •
full value. Pacific Fur 10., 228 Stockton st
IGHEsT PRICES TO FILL NEW BUILD-
Ing. 840 Mission st.; tel. Mint 182 L
~W P. BEAUCHAMP, HIGHEST PKICE FOR
" . furnished bouses, Groceries, etc. 30 Lark In.
LJ.TJEU.VAN, 121 SIXTH ST., BUYSiAND
XJ. sells furniture and carpets; also storage.
INDIANA AUCTION CO. REMOVED 10 U
Montgomery st. ;hlghest prices paid. TeL Da vis 71
BCSJN'ESS CHANCES— Continued.
\ LEbS.
1. BrsINKSS 'HANCrc BROKER,
Has removed his offices from 5 Fourth st. to 765
Market s:-. opp. Phnlan building, see him to ouy
or sell your business for c»-li.i'MBl
iirft RESTAURANT ON IT V FKuNT:
-.O\J. old and « e:l-esfabl>s.hed place: eiecant-
fixtures, cash regisier, etc.; present in same P lac *J
over 15 \ ears and baa made great deal of moc»;y\
there; full investigation allowed. M. LESS, 'Jjjj^
MarKet st. .
m. (\f\(\ CORNER GROCERY AND BAR;
«JJ> J UUv. good pnrt of Western Addition: well
stocked; doing a fine paying business: nlc« living-
rooms connected; excellent fixtures; worth $2000.
M. LESS, 765 Marke: st.
<o.Q".rv SALOON ON BEST PARTOFMONT-
JJi)! 1 ". gomery aye.; established 15 yean;
wor'.hs7Jo: cheap rent: nicely titled up; doin?
well-pacing business;- must positively be sold at
once _M. x.ESf', 763 Market st., rooms and 4.
0! 1 (\f\(\ L'ORSKI; SALOON AND LIQUOR-
tjp I UUU. store; fine location: north of market
su : 3 living-rooms: goo 1 larg- st^ck on hand;
ca<h register: well fitted up; must be so d at once
account of sickness. M. LESS, 765 Market, rs. 3-4.
Cl CiC\n SALOON: ON BEST BUSINESS
,S>IOUU. street in the city: north of Market;
only a few doo! s from the Chronicle building; h.s
been established an I running for more than Sfl
years, and has always do c an enormous business
and is doing so now, which will *><• proven by a
thorough trirl: this pl.-><*-» la we 1 known and <%
.asi y wortn *-500. M. LESS.76S Market.rms 3-4.
Q. ,- n MILK ROUTE: 2 . CANS OF GOOD,
«sp-Jt)U. cash trade; most y private custom-
ers: excellent horse and wagon; this is a well-
estnblisbed route; will bear the strictest invest -
cation m. LE>^, 765 Market st., rooms 3 and 4
d'Onl\ RESTAURANT AND CHOPHOUSK:
tJrO>'V/. downtown among the wholesale
home*: no night or .-undiiy work; doing a sood
paying steady business; cheap rvn : nice h'xtues:
worth d.uble. M. LE^S,76S Market St., rms. 3-4.
ffl.*')^n/» TRANSFER CORNER SAL JON,
JJpZOU*'. cafe and cigar-Stand; har.d-oine y fit-
ted up and doing Hplendid business: 8 private
rooms: no opposition; large stock of lirst r ■ 1
gooas. M. LEsS, 765 Market, st., rooms 3 and 4.
(it I k )?\l\ COttKKK SALOON IN THE BEST
<T I—O\ ' . part of the city: neighborhood of Iw
tories and shops; 4 living-rooms: long lease; rhe<;ij>
ren:; a good opening. M. Li>s.76> Market,rs 3^4.
<£j t/Wl SALOON, WITH LIVING-RI
tJp'JUl.'. furniture included; 1 bloc»c troin^vlur
ket St.; has fine fixtures and a g' ocl stock: does a N
good paying trade; worth your while seeing. M.
LJBSB, 765 Market st., rooms 3 an 1 4.
LODGING-HOUSES FOR SALE
AM. BPECK <fe CO., 602 MARKET ST.
. 7 rooms, worth $500 $160
16 rooms, sate and pay ins; house. 50J
4ti rooms, modern, atwavs runted It.iij
125 rooms, no better investment for 2500
C* \(\{\ IIOL'SE VERY GOOD 27 RO' Ms
tiJHvM'. 20 rooms on Market; rent $45 $550
12 rooms on Market, offices $500
H. C. DECKER, 1020 Market st.
i'l\ KOOMS; CLEARS S3OO: EXCHANGE FOR
OU real estate. H. O. DECKER. 1020 .Market.
1 ODGING-HOUSE OF 12 ROOMS FOR SALE;
XJ owner going East. 221 Minna su
HOUSE 17 ROOMS, ALL RENTED; PAYING
well: cheap account sickness. 11.8 Hxih St.
PARTNERS WANTED.
T ADY WITH $2000 as PARTNER: 25 PER
±J cent guaranteed on investment. Address Airs.
A. 8., box 60. Call Office.
ALASKA BUSINESS IN CONNECTION
A with an old-established mercantile bouse: any
party with $1500 can find lucrative investment
with good security. \, 1. Co., b 99, ('.ill.
CARPET- CLEANING.
CMV STEAM CARPET-CLEANING WORKS;
deans, moves, lays carpets. O. fa. STEVEN'i,
-Mgr.. 38 and 40 >.igntu bu : telephone South 25a
Hiiii.N ,/L BiiV_(J.VIK Dlt-uUsl'Ei> \vlTi{
*' poor work send toSPAULDING'S PioueerCa:-
pet-beating Works. 353-57 Tehama let. bo. \i.
pARPETS CLEAN RENOVATED l.ik" :
\J new. J. McQUEEN, 453 Stevenson; teL 8. 228.
\ DVANCE CARI'ET- CLEAN CO., 407
-r\ i-uttir; teL Alain 394. GEO. WALCOM, prop.
Great eastern sstkasi carpei -clean
ing works. 14 Bth, B. GRANT, teL Jessie 20 L
pLKAM.\u, iC, LaVaNu. .tc; hi SAAI-
V-' pies free; teL Jessie 944. Stratton, 3 Eichlit.
CA tiro. I ,-s LLh. ) .SLU.t iih.NuVArt.U -LIX.; V
new. Tenth; leL south S6. Mackintosh «Uo. I
~j >-. MITCH ; I* CARPET-CLEANING CO.. I
O . -'40 14lhst-; cleaning Ac a yard; lei. Mis. 71.1
JW aTTs, reliable carpel-aeanlng,renovtg,alMf-
. atiou work 3, 413 McAllister. Tel. Jessie 82 1.
pON KLIN'S CARPIiJ.' - BEATING WOli&i,
\J isaj Golden Gate aye. Ueiepnoiia ."-as- I^6,
CLAIRVOYANTS.
MRS. DR. F.i LARK, THE DISTINGUISHED
trance clairvoyant and medium: while en-
tranced she will reveal every hidden mystery In
life; she will show you how to overcome your
enemies, remove family troubles, restore lost af-
fections: unites the seuarated. recovers lost, stolen
or burled property: locates treasures, minerals;
tells your entire life, past, present and tutu re, while
In a periect trance. Hours. 10 a. h. to sp. M . ;
perfect satisfaction guaranteed by mail. Send
stamp for circular with special terms. MRS. Dli.
F.CLARK, rmi 25 & 28. 1206 Market, opp. sixth.
\| ME. PORTER. WONDERFUL CLAIRVOY-
>'i ant card-reader, born doub c veil and second
sight: diagnoses disease, full life reading; la. 50c :
gents $1; palm, and clairv.; sit. $1 50. 126 Turk.
VfME. LE NORM AND. CELEBRATED
I*l clnlrvoyant, lormerly 1 Polk st., returned to
502 O'Farrell; readings; ladies. 25c; gents 50c.
ME LA NORMAN DIE, 401 LEAVEN-
worth St., world-renowned card reader; gents
50c, ladies 25c.
MM E. ME L ViNA SLATER RETURNED;
clairvoyant and card-reader. 797 Mission su,
near Fourth.
A RRIVKD; CLAIRVOYANT PALMIST: LIFE
-A. readings, -6c this week. 309 Fifth St., rm 3.
VI ME. LEGETTE. LIFE READER ANDBUSI.
i'l ness vice; one price, 26c. 313 Jessie, nr. 4th.
ME. SODAN, SCOTCH SKERESS, CARD-
-1»X reader and palmist. 619 Eddy, 9toBP. m.
VI ME. RaVKNa READS LIFE tl.ltKll.V;
ifx business advice; names given: 25c up.d Foarta.
MRS. ROSS, PALMIST AND CLAIRVOYANT:
111 hours 10 to 4, 7 to 9; g. 50c. 1. 25. 205 Ttir£>^f
fi YPSY LIFE-READER, 3 SEVENTH sTI /
\J ladies 2Rc, gents 50c; all questions answered.
ME. SYBILLE. CRADLE To GRAVE; FU-
ture husband's picture 25c;ladies-914 O'Farrell
y,i ISS MELVILLE, GREAT CLAIRVOYANT
■♦» aud water reader. 92Ji^ Mls<ion, opp. Mint.
MRS. DR. ANNA THOMAS— FIRST IN HER
proiession: never fall 3: advice; help. 929 Post.
MME. HANSEN, PALMIST. CARD-WRITER;
past, present and future; 26c. 148 bth, r. 5.
ME. MORE AU. BE-T MEDIUM. CLAlR-
voyant, card-reader; 25c up. 73 Fourth st.
"I^THELGRAY.CLAIRVOYANT.CARDREAD-
JL'er.paImist.eIectro-magnetic heals.ll69 Mission
O:*)/' Mi.sMiiM — MiiM.it.i'l'iy.sj a.\u
Zu-'l wacc oilj <ak>-ii :<ir THni CALL. .
SPIRIT UALIS3I.
DR. COON LEY, INDEPENDENT SLATE-
ciairvoyaat; seance to-night; slate-
writing, spirit photourHplu and readings to all;
bring slates: 25c; sittings daily. 151 Market st.
MRS. KATE HAS-KINS. DEVELOPING CIR.
Mon. eve.: cir. Tues. eve.; sittings daily; $1.
701 McAllister st.
DR. M. MUEHLENBRUCII, PARLOR TEST
circle; 6 sharp; 25c; sittings daily. 324 Mc-
Allister st.
MX. YOUNG'S 1 K-T CIRCLE TO-NIGHT;
IUC. ; wonderful tests. 60S McAllister st.
f\ V. MILLER'S MATERIALIZING TRY M-
V-'. petBear.ee; 8 it.: 25c 409 Leavenworth.
MRS. MAYOSTEEI'.S, 112V 3 O.\K; CIRCLES
Tues. Bp. M. . Thurs. 2 p m.: 25c; readings $1.
MRS. SHP.INEB, CLAIRVOYANT, MEDIUM'
sittings daily: 10 to 4. 1:30 Kearuy st.
"T M. FkaNCIS. INDEPENDENT SLATE
I\. writer., lia Haight st.; hours » until 6P. m..
\ . US. J. J. WHITNEY, SPIRITUALMKDIUM,
J" for messages and advice. 218 Stockton el
ASTROLOGY. V
A STRAL SHER^rp^ o^ H 7^^^~^rp I t
-TV st.; hoioscopea, questions, aovice. T
STORAGE.
A T LOWEST RATES-HOUSEHOLD GOODS.
W ZF a iIKl-s^ V a ? 61 fireproof building F.
W. /.EHU^ 840 Mission., Tel. Mint 1821?
AT LOW RAT FURNITURE CARPETS,
piano* household good*; r Je a^ Mg& com-
partments; advances made. J isooXaN IOIZ
>o 1023 Mission .v. «boy blxtnj op^^lnS.
TYPEWRITERS.
REMINGTON R^«| MSK ÜBDkB: «S,
sample sent. BOOT*] & BANN AX.3 33 Mont.

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