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COURTS AID
PRISONERS
TO ESCAPE
Criminals Leave Prison
Cells, on Bonds Which
Have No Value.
STRAW BOMEVS OPfcIUTKM.
4
How the Fraudulent Business
Thrives in the Police
Courts.
sens MVSTERICUSLY DISAPPEAR.
Attorney Jones Tells of Many of the
Methods by Which Justice Is
Defeated.
A case is now pending in the Superior
Court of this county in which ti.e defend
ant, one D. S.ernseher, is charged with
the crime of perjury. The disposition of
tnis case, which is set for trial before
Judge Carroll Cook on next Tuesday, will
be of more than passing interest to those
classes of people known as straw and pro
fessional bondsmen.
Sternseher was indicted by the Grand
Jury, which charged him with having
perjure! himself in qualifying on the bail
bond of Alma Osborn, a notorious panel
game operator. The Osborn woman was
arrested last August for grand larceny and
was held to answer on the charge by Po
lice Judge Low, who placed her b nas at
?2000. The woman sent to Los Anceles
ana procured $500 cash, which she offered
as security for her appearance in court.
Jud^e Low refused the cash bail. There
after Sternieher and Ed Lewis appeared
before Judge Campbell and qualified on
Ainia OsDorn's bond.
The day following Lewis applied for and
obtained a bench warrant for the rearrest
of the woman, out she could not be found,
and is still at larpe. Sternseher swore
when examined by Judge Campbell as to
his qualifications as a bondsman that he
was a freeholder in this State and owned
nine lots in Almora, Kan Luis Obispo
County, which were recorded in his name,
free of incumbrance and of the value of
$2500.
The investigations of the Grand Jury
which led to fe ernseher's arrest showed
that he owned no property in San Luis
Obisoo County v\h ver and was not a
freeholder in any part of the Sta;e.
Lewis was but little better security than
Sternseher. He sworn to the ownership
of a section of land in Indian Valley, Lake
County worth $15,000 and mortgaged for
$1000. C. E. Newman, Load clerk of the
Board of Supervisors, learned by inquiry
of A -s *-sor Russell oi lake County thai
Lewis' 640 a.-res were assessed for $800.
From another equa'.ly reliable source it
was learned that Lewis had not yet paid
the State the full purchase price of the
property.
In spite of the cv dent guilt of Stern
s<eher, Chief Deputy strict. Attorney
Hosn:er, who will pros' cute the case, ad
mits that it will oe difficult to secure a
conviction on the charce. The i resent
Jaw governing the acceptance and regula
tion of bill bonds i-> inadeqnaie, and the
statutes in regard to the pro-ecu inn of
perjury cases make convictions difficult
and oftentimes impossible to secure.
Lareely on account of these fads,
tilt ush from other c.ai->es a& well, the bail
bond system in the Police ccursof San
Francisco has brc mie notoriously Did.
t:raw bondsmen jjatlier in numbers
around ihe police tribunal, and profes
hionnl bondsmen a;e much more nu
merous. Men and women charged with
one crime and another obtain tneir re
iease from custody 0:1 a bond which, when
forfeiied by their ncn-aptiearance, is
found to be absolutely worthless.
The law tirm oi Jon^s & O'Donnell nave
been for year* the authorized agents of
the city for the collection of iorfeite 1
bonds, iears ago the tiien Board of Su
pervisors passed a resolution requiring tiie
clerks of the Police courts to rpport all
forfeitures of bon is to Jones & O'Don
nell. In regard to this question Mr.
Jones said yesterday:
"Fur a time these reports were made,
but of late years some of the clerks have
been very derelict in their duty in this
respect. It often happens that the only
information we get about the forfeiture of
a bond comes to u« through the medium
of the daily press. On account oi the care
less manner and methods in the accepi
ance and custody of the bo. ids it very
often bajpsus tiut the bond is missing
when dec ..rrd forfeited. In sucu an in
stance no suit can be brought, bec.iuse the
names of the bondsmen cannot be ascer
tained, no record of the same being kept
in the Police courts. The fact of Ihe mat
ter 1-, we never get hold cf a bond unless
it is a straw tond. The sood bonds, if
lor cited, disappear.
"The Boards of Supervisors hays fre
quently turned their attention to ihe de
plorab'e condition that exists in regard to
the release of criminals on worthless
bjnds, as have the grand juries. The
Pole? courts, however, ;:re re.ulated by
a S a c law, and hence tiie jiower of the
Su pei vis >ra to rectify t:ieevi s of the bon 1
system are limited. It is true the bo-^rd
has the appointment of CieiKs in the Po
lue coii'ts and :he power to remote them
for any failure n the periormance ot their
dvt t -. Bat probably the board has not
b' en very st-v ;ie on some of these clerks
by reason of the !a,ct that the wnole sur
rouudmprsof tr.e Police courts are so cor
rui'r ai.d degraded.
"When professional bondsmen become
obnoxious to tha Police Judges and clerks
and are rejected as suietiei they initiate
others into the mysteries of the b^il-bond
business, in which many men have made
small fortune*- in the Police courts of San
Francisco. There are men who «o on
Police Court bond" time an i again who
are worth the amount of the bond, and
yet continually e<cap; paying anything
wnen tbe bonds are forfeited, Theyeither
make thenihelve, ■- x.'cuiion- proof and
conceal their prop»rty, or manage.
through waysonlv known to themselves,
to have the forfeited bonds mislaid or
ost.
"Bonds have frequently come into my
possession lor collection in winch iiie
form of t lie bond is bad and not in com
pliance with the requirements of the
-:atute. For instance the obligation to
pay contains tfie front 'not' inserted in
such a w:iy as to make the bond read, 'We
will not pay' sucli an amount. Jn .iiher
bonds the sureties swear in the justifica
tion that they are worth the amount of
tbe bond over and above ti.eir property
exempt from taxation instead of execu
tion. Instil; others the condition of ih»
boni requires the bondsmen to surrender
the pr soner at any and all times and piy
t lie amount oi the penalty, thus rendering
'he bond illegal because the peuulty should
bo paid only in case of he non-appear
ance of the defendant. All such void
bonds are passed anil accepted ' by the
clerks or Judees of the Police courts."
While the Board of Supervisors has no
power to regulate the actions ot the Police
Judges it passed the following resolution
governing the clerks:
The clerks of the Pol:c; courts are directed
and required to accept no persons as surrty
on a bail bond who is a pro'essional bonds
man or who is an attorney practicing In the
Police courts.
Consequently such bondsmen are com- i
pelled to apply to the Judges themselves
when wis! i:i-_r to qualify as sureties.
Probably Walter Gallagher's name ap
pears on Pol.cc Court ion is more often
than any other except Phillip lieichert. a
s*ional bondsman. Frequently they
quality on the same bond. Gallagher is a
Police Court attorney. Bond Clerk New
man lias protested to the Police Judges
that Gallagher is not pood security, but
still he is frequently accepted as a oonds
man.
Gallagher's properly was represented
to NewmHn io consist of a house and lot
at 1009 Pierce stree; and property in Lake
County. Upon it.vestigfition Newman
niscoverpd mat Gallagher's property on
I'i -rre street was heavily raortua^ed fill
that his land in Lake County had been
sold for taxes.
As to other straw and professional
bondsmen, their names ate legion. El
Lewis, previously referred to, has been
on several bonds within the last few
months.
The Alma Osborn bend was by no
means the first on which Steinseher's
name has appeared recently. And still
criminals are released from behind the
bars on the promise of these men and
others cf their ilk to pay money which
they do net possess should t tie bird re
main uncaged.
AMATEUR CRACKSMEN.
Attempt Made to Break Open the Safe
in Scott & McCord'a
Ofli. c.
An attempt was made to break open the
safe in the office of Scott it McCord, hay
and grain dealers, 615 Sixth street, early
yesterday morning.
When the employes went to the office
about 7 o'clock yesterday morning the?
found thai th<> knob of the safe had been
hammered off and attempts had been
made to pry ojen the outside door.
The safe-cracker 3 must have departed
in a hurry as they left all their tools, con
sistint; of two chisels, two punches, two
"jimmies," two hammers, a monkey
wrench, a drill, fuse, putty, powder and
glycerine. Entrance had been effected
through a side window.
Tne police were notified and Captain
Bonen sent Detective Wren to investigate.
Wren reported that in his opinion it wa*
thewrrii of boys or novices at the busi
ness because if th<y hart been experts
tn'v would have armel themse yes witri
d ff rent tools. Even if they had suc
ceeded in prying open the outside door of
i he safe they could never have opened the
in-ide door.
It resembles tne nor!: ot two boys, fol
lower~ of Jesse James, who some weeks
aim tried to break open the safes In the
• ffices of two hay ami pram dealers on
Mission street and wpre arrested.
SIOCK. MARKET.
Mining stocks were firm and the best prices
were rather belter than those of the preceding
day. Sales were not targe, however.
On the Bond Exchange there was a decline In
gas aid electric us will be seen.
The Snowflake Mining Company of Utah has
levied an assessment of 1 cent per share, delin
quent December -7
Tne south Swansea Mining Company of Utah
paid a dividend of $7500 on November 20.
\ --»••.* i>i •- ii t~ Pending.
Following is a list of assessments now pending:
j Dellnq; i
No. Ami.' lntht Sale Day
i BoarJ. I
L'akdonin. I
■•eg. neither
Kentuclt
Ki chequer
jJoulil <£ curry . ...
Best ft Belcher
on. Cai. V«
S. i;on d it Curry ...
rown I'olat
Overman
■corpion
8e1cher...... !
47
1.0
14
41
8-'
63
10
7l
78
67]
iO'.. -Nov i ..D« -I
06L.NOV 7 >ov 20
0f). ..N0v 27 .Dec 22
05' .Dec 'A . Uec 30
20 . Jjt-c i I .Dec 29
25 ..Dec : DpcVS
•-'.', .! Ec 4 .Dec 1:9
It .Uec 36 .Jan —
20 . Dec 1J ..Jan 5
05 .Dec i- .Jan 12
0. .Dec '-'0 .Jan 17
I'll .Dec Slj .Jan 14
rellowlnr were the otu<« In the San Francisco
(•trek penrd yesterday:
KreriAß hohmxo f-Fsurnv twmf.nciitb E?:30.
650 8«1cnr.....24 500 Justice. ...54 3 Ovrmn....l'B
10' hi:H as -'00 fib 100 beg 8e1....08
1 )J C«I«k1 1- 100 6f> lOJ Union SI
10 J CC&V...1.15 GO 100 Ulan 08
600 c: Is. . }M;2oU. Mexican ... ts'lOJ Yj»cket..3s
50 17 10J Uinlr 7il
JM-IXRNOON FF.BSION — J:3O.
100 i:& H 36 ; : 00 U«fcC '-'640J ODlilr 81
300 BuiiUn ..lUi.-OO Justice... .s:> 101) Overran. ..Ob
400 Chllr 51150 ) 54 (0 1 naTa<*....33
'.'OO CC<fcV...l.]6 ! 323 Kentuck-.0l BO Kinrd...l.6J
30J Cl'oia 19,i10J Alex Si 100 v ..C.......37
Jcllowing were U«s *-"' 4 in th« Fadfl.- Stoc*
1 tma yesterday:
KMrui rFFRIOK-10:3a
100 A?rti» Of 700 CCAV... 3.20100 0ce1dt..1.30
-0) Alt*. It tOO l.l"i 10) 0Db1r......80
10) Andes... 'it MvO I.2'JVs iOJ Uvrmn -..OH
200 K7SOU Crn 1t.... .lfe >0 I »'oto*!._ ..47
700 Belcner....'2t i iO If 1 0 48
iOU 2i. 500 E Nv.._U.|JOO 49
iOJ U iJ....;-t!JUO Exchr 01| .00 *•»««*... .53
400 37.>001j 4;v. '26 500 Scorpion. .o2
90'J 8u11i0n.... 301) 27 30'J bU<tM_..OB
600 Caleda 20 IOJ H *> ...l.tili JOO »Nev......70
600 2. 150 Just 1ce.... SV. 00 72
200 Coalite... 700 &>• 20'J 71
200 CJiOir „..b:2\)J 8P >0V .StLouls._.Oß
200 Conn 81 iOl) _60 JOJ l/iuou. 3*
ioO 86 200 Kentck...Oi >0J Clan 08
300 Con 1m... 0 "00 L Wash... 200 ....10
0J 01 2JJ Mexican. 4U » Jw;*....38
ilTEßxnnx FKRSIOS— 2:II.
200 AW 10. '50 C imp ...01 20J ODhlr 79
lOJ Andes 27 250 100 80
100 £elcner....S!f 500 Exchqr...Ul 301) luioi 49
000 .'3O U <fcC... .25 .'OO 4n
200 k*H 3t|.sj H*>.. . i.tio 200 bav«e.. ...3-4 I
60 > I u)liun...lO, 50 ..1.57V2|»0J b«&.M...u9
100 Caleda VI 100 Justice. ...sx 00 * Nev 71
200 Chllnce...2t< -' jO 5* 200 _..B3
300 Cbo!lar....si> .0) Alexcn.... 40 -MJ Lniou.. 32
20UCC*V...1.l 100 :<4 3JJ Utah Ox
200 1.171/j -00 3b 550 V Jest 37 !
50 conn ft' IOJ OccU ...l.cO 36
CrnPl 19
CLOSING HIiIIIATIOXi.
TCKSuAY. Nov. 23-4 p M.
£id.Askttt | Bid. Atked.
Alpha Con...^ 08 OJ Inila. — 04
Alia 10 13 ustlce 63 54
Andes 15 27 {-muck — 02
Belcher 21 5.5 Lady Wash.... — O't
J.est & B.chr.. 34 .'. lei loan }8 39
Bullion lv li ccidemal l.:-0 —
Caledonia 20 — phlr 78 79
< hollnr 51 5 /verman 08 00
Con. Cal & Va. 1. 15 1.2 otosl 49 60
Challenge Con. *« II avage. :-«:■» 34
Con. Imp -rial . — 0 eg. Belcher .. 08 09
Confidence 84 Si corpion..? — 03 j
Con. .-ew Yor,v 02 VI mm .Nevada. 68 69
Crown Point .. IS iH| tandard — 1.65
hureka Con... 20 -{Union COU M 32
Exchequer — 0! Utah OS 09
Gould <t«iirr . 24 '.; j lellow Jacket. SO .17
Hale it >ortrs. : 55 1.6! |
Li.U«Ja AM> r.ONu EXCBAMGS.
TUKBUAY, Nov. 23-2 T M
t>.ITF.I> BTAXitI BU.MIi.
EM. Asked.. \ Bl'l. Atked.
1 f fnnt..il3 — U b 4»rej... .113^ —
i.l new .isijt-i .5 — I
MJB;ELLANi.orr-» nnvDv
r«>-f«CM*!ta.llS - .NPUJj f9 3 A —
Ijd Kl»c I, <n 128 — imic i,», 5,. 10 t _
iniracW&i 5.9 ]('» i 1 Ij 5%.. 1 1014 —
Lput-stex-cB — VH'v-j (minnunii.. 123 —
> dan till 2M V — l'AOKfdl. 11U —
1 &CIIKK U.«lu7 i ..OVii' &*-n Hy tJ«. — 101 'A
( «-arv-«t Ksi — 10 » i 1 wl-si KR<Ji 115 —
Jl C<tsdVii.lO2 107 h*no,WUfcL — 10i
l.CßAneLtii — lUJ facto 1" it L,. — 10J
J n(inieej iii 99 103 I "•! .t^ l R3u. 104«/,105
Mst-stCb:ettil26 — , p Arl)!di 1003/glol
t/oKyCoa HiU 11 ; 1/4!" fKKCai.ii. 107 —
iN*l\ intislii - iuj ,M'l:l;(.«i>«. _ Vi
j — -PP.rKCaltii. iofc»ilo7
NJ'.TCai Os. 10bV 8 10UV 2^VWaterb<. 1186/ 8 —
»v at tJ*. im. «7V a — |.-V\v'aler*i. l\)\i 1021/4
A i* C, tia lO4C/0 — jMiHiiuAiiji at —
v. /t»:r STOCKS.
Contr* Cos-.i 44 50 jsprus Vaiia7 89V4 99% i
Liarmuo..... to — |
teAl and KJ.K<~TRn nn-!ti.
TuriUai. .. .. — 2J I !";icltlo Uji, 56 E7V.
Central. FBi/^ - >l''G*Kl«o. 9-»i 85 "
hi Kleo ui<tt( 12% — I -an irxncica .Vs 03/ s
U»i li 1, ,t;t so 0(il/4'-;utltU»u i 43. —
r*. >>v iui> _ g 1 ..■■
JNSt!KANt;.« fTOCK*.
lln 11. an .'■iHijlSO |
COMMKi Hi. l^vic RTO7(C<
Ando-CRJ... r>SVg 57 ; Mr s t>aaunilßs —
Banltor CaL.242 — | ondonP&A. 129 130
lfciDli<£*l Co 99 100 jviercu i--x. . Vi —
fAVINOj BANK STOCK*.
»icr«?<tMVv J6HO — : . v i.oai. .. 100
UomrjS&L.lJ.'i < 116J yecurtty 250, —
Minimi. 35 40 Uivmlfui; —
ttt3»y Uuioa — 601' j
THE SAN FRANCISCO, CALL, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1897,
tTnEKi- KAII.RO\T> rrocxi.
■ California.... U9 111 OaKSL^siii/ _ 100
j UeaxT-nt «<• - l'realdio ...» -6 —
| hitu»el-*:i>.« sV':i 5 .1,4.
. U\V .'!•.•>. STOCK*.
I Calllorn.a... 90 115 l-lantOoi.. . 85»4 —
kw.eiuu.... — 90 I > lj;ont S 8 3V a
Mlfi'-K.LKVi.viir, !to m
j A l»«fc» 96%"97V4iNM.Vln<M - «
' tier Lead 'Jo. 05 — j /teniilcSSCo 5134 33
j HawCASCa. -.'4l/8 243/ H : l'nt Aur 6 1 *. — 3
liuitual'uj 35V* B6> 8 TacßoraxOalOO —
| KticiAiu. )». -• "| i iur PiuaiOa 7 —
tAl.Krl MOtiy' J*-* "»»j.j >'.
Hoard
-5 Jitl.ln iui Gas 66 (D
50 Maricet-st Railway — ... 52 -5
'JO S F Gas A Electric Co s^4 75
180 do do 94 6^Vi
45 s Qasllcbt 025
$:00l) is Pol C *>% Bonds 107 62y a
50 Hutchinsou ft P Co rfs US
1000 S P Branch Railway Bonds 106 75
hAllu> AKl'K.U-'W.) .j.ilt»».
Hoard—
$2001* Market-st Ry Con 6% Bonds 11l 12%
•J5 K F lias & Electric Co •■•* 7s
B,i do ao _ 94 h7V a
$4000 s J' Branch Railway Bonds 106 75
50 ;.!ark<>t-st Kail-vav 52 00
100 ViL-orit Powder » 87%
•JO AlasKa Packers' Association 97 00
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
GRAND HOTEL.
D Cameron ct w, Chqo X Naijarawn, Sta Rosa
, W B 1$ Nichols, tat X M Be. I, Cnl
J T Brown, Boat L,uilg Mis* M It >wn,Boatl.ndg
J Mice, >&: Jo c ' K\V West gate, Kio Vista
X M Thomison, fat ' F \V Mrorges >n, Kureha
c W Ml.ler, Portland J> X Miner, Arcata
!•: S Uosney, Aliz J M l.'obcits, Potter Val
V Burnett, Llvermore i Fe (Uvlck. X /..a and
IJI Hake* w. Loud ii AI, Heck, Detroit.
\V 1' » v ien, L S Ame C C CnllPU. Los Ang
F It Hartley .1 w. . acio 11 M Hoffman. Los GatOs
G A f-njitl:! Court mid li L Barkl-. fakda'e
A V Hopkins .ii, *-toktn X \V Westsrall, l;io Vista
Mrs Barrow, Vacaville MrsT M sl*k, Vacavi le
A J MCSorley, Cai li Dunri-n & \v, Sri Kafael
W X Dunn iw, -cattle H H Miller, Cnpitola
Mrs L Payler, i api:o'a J C Lozit?r<£ w, Gonza'es
It .1 Curry, D:-xoii J II Martin & w, Ntocktn
s1) Phil lpt.La Fayelte W X Berber A son. Sacto
Mrs I. Gare , Uklaii Miss C .1 < uvy, Ikiiui
M Bum, Martinez Miss Campbell, W va
Mrs Cuthber son. Colo Misses Cuthbertson,Co.o
Miss A Scott, Colo
Nf-W WESTERN HOTEL.
I Puderwski, St Louis M Taylor, Tulare
T Muitb, Byron Spring C Conlon. Oakdale
A Johnson, Kedwd City X I.ainc, Redwood City
C Urudericl:. ?ac o M Freelon, Bakersfield
.1 Peterson. Marysville J Murphy. Fresno
B Manning, St Louis c I. Maynard, Chicago
» Howell. Snnta Cruz Ha I. Denver
J Fin Begun, Vacnvi.la B ( orrigan, New York
C Jacobs, Boston W Moore, UKiah
X J The an, Toronto B Kiiey. Stockton
J McMoi Denver J Braunaian, 1.01 Ang
l>r Mansfield it w, uregn J O'Connell Buffalo
W -eaton, ims An? A C Monat, Vicio la, B C
L smith <fc iv. Ohio J Cravens & w, lowa
J Cochrane, Victoria. B C C J Cooper, i)re<;on
s Britt'-ntender. S Jose X Mooney, Merced
J Toohey, Vis«iia
BALDWIN HOTEL.
E W Hageard, Mont J V McKee, Los Ang
J Stnjoi <t «•, - n Bafael C i- unt, Pa
0 C Brock. Al.-imeda C Natxt, Taylor mine
Mrs B A Kit-shl, atcktn Mr. 1* C Chapman, Cat
Miss » Kiesht, Stockton Miss s Thompson. Cal
Mrs J Bianse.in, L Ang N Wines, s tft Barbara
E (. Strallon, Wash Mrs c -N Davis, Palo Alto
Acidic Drnss, Palo Alto JH Keinhart, l'io Alto
J F Hall. X If B I filer, ,N V
s Milton A \v, SausalUo H \V iielss. N* V
W X ClarK, t<ockton W H Mo-s, Chicago
F M Taylor & w, Lilt is Hi dit-th A; w, Chicago
F ft. Hosmer, NY II A Smith A w, N l
FH Hyatt. N V C Sloan it w, Chicago
Mrs D C lay lor, 111
LICK HOUSE.
R W Lemme, S-t Helena H C Van Ness, N V
J C Henderson, Gllroy \V Grant, Cal
J W B»lch. Cal " G Finch, Burlington
s U'ntts, Pennsylvania C H Lilly. Seattle
A (-olds em. Mo:«:erey W H M:i\v, Knreka
\V J .Vclntosh, Boise Cy F Barret., San Benito
J F Peck, .Mi-reed E \V Allen. !-a:i JOS'
Rev II McNamee.s Crue A C Drown&w, I,'m Uatos
W J B.lven, .san Jose L> Wane, A aska
1 Copeland, Dowuievilie J B Sauve. Alaska
a Cook, Alaska T X Johnson, i-un Jose
F L Alforl, Tulare X X Long. Suisun
J C Wolf >uisua G Watson, Waters
G Gardner, Angrls
SAN FRANCISCO "CALL."
PCPIKESB OFFICER the San Francisco Cam.—
Corner of Market and Third streets, opeu until 12
O'clock every niptit in the year.
BRANCH OFFICES— S27 Montsromer/ street,
crrntr Clay ; open until 9:30 o'clock.
i'c9 Hayes street, open until 9:30 o'clock.
616 1 arkln street : open umil 9 :30 o'clock.
BW. c ornt-r sixteenth and Mission streets; open
until 9 o'clock.
143 Ni*th street: open until 9 o'clocit.
!t5lB Mission street; open until 9 o'clock.
ItOB I'olk street; open until 9:30 o'clock.
N\V. corner Twenty-second and Kentucky
streets: oprn till 9 o'clock.
MKKTLNG .NOTICES.
*^S= KXCKLSIOR LODtiE NO. 166, F. ■>
S^^ and A. M. -special meeting THIS ffk
(WEDNESDAY) KVKMNU, November "X »
14, at 7:Ho o'clock. Th rd degree. /H^
iHKO. E. hMITH, fecietary.
K3P MOUNT MOKIAHLODiiK NO 44. •
&-& F. and A. M.— Meeting THIS M\
(WEDNESDAY) 4.VEM.NG at 7:30"553f
o'clock. Second degree. /\^N
TIIKU. FKOLICH, Secretary.
■t'TS' CROCKETT LODGE NO. 139. F. «
»-& and A. M. — Degree 3 ''ills A.
(Wednesday) at 7 p. m. sharp. By order^^^f
of the W. M. 11. FuRTIUKDIi.H«c. /V^
Bf^S 31 KNIGHTS OF THE RED 0
»-& }:r;i:icij. attention.— The thirtieth »D- g.
nlver^ary of the "Munch' ster 3!artyrs" will^n^rU
h j appropriately commemi rated In K. 1 . B 'UrfC^
Hall on I HIS (UEI,NE>I)AVi KVi.NING.
Other important business will come before the
meeting, Every member Is urgemlv requested to
attend. PRESIDENT.
Wr^s= THE MEMBERS OF SOIO- <^T~
«*-*'' V ME TKIBK NO. 12. Imp. *^k*^sft.
v. K. .>!.. are hereb.- notified to meet i«hj^-
in their wigwam, 320 Post street. Wf.H »"t. v . V,
November 24. at 1:30 P.M., for the purpose of
paying our lust re«perti to our 1 te brotner L. (*.
loiter, tlstertribei are cord aiy Invited to attend.
F. J. TYUKKLL. tacium.
C Westall, C. of B. „
gtr-S" THK ADJOURNED ANNUAL MEKT-
* ; * r ing of the stockholders of the Calif >rnia
Winemakers' corporation wi 1 be heM on
WEDE-DAY, l>ec. J. 1897 (adjourn* d from
Wednesday, Nov 17. 1897), M 11 o'c ock a. m , in
the Chamber of Commerce, San t'rancisco, i'al.
W. .1. HOTCHKISS. Secretary.
»^= A WEEK'S NEWS FOR 5 CENTS—
>-" WEEIvIV CALL. in \vrar>prr. for mailinK.
SPECXAIa NOTICES.
3 XOTU E— OWING TO THE I'ttEVA-
UMS' lence of diphlherlH In the city no friends of
the children or oih.r visiton will be admitted to
the San Francisco Protestant Orphan Asylum
until the mp.lady abie-t. This precauiioi Is taken
to avoiJ spreading the disease. By order of the
president. M. P. M a<:Cl'.ELi.l.->H, Secretary.
Jf^^> M.ME HANSKN; LATKsT tiALVANJC
m~& battery alii cabinet baths. 116 Taylor 8.
tT^S' Mils. btj-.wkkt, GENUINE SIKAM
m*& and cabinet baths. i'^oy 3 Gtarj-, room 11.
tt^r' PAINTINU. WHITI'SIXO, • PaPER-
K-^ hanging. HARTMaNN. 239 Third St.
WZ'^ r,Al> TJCKAJKIM EJECTED IOK f.4
m~& rollertions made: aty or country. Paclflc
Collection Co.. 415 M unity m.. room 8: tel. bSBU.
J-^- M Us. Dlt.FI.sH, 1011/2 GRANT AV.BM 2:
{£-£' el<-ciricl»n:alc<)hot 'l ii: Kish oaths: nnrlv.iel
SITUATIONS WANTED-FKJIALE.
FIKST-CLASS BWFDI"H WAITRESS AND
neamstross desire< s.tu tion; can cut and fit;
bout itfeiences; city or country. MISS CULLEN,
325 Sutter si.
Oil CATION WANTED BY A THOROUGHLY
0 reliable general house icrvaut (>;<-rnmii); an
>xc lieu t cook and laundnss; Srvernl years'
ref.-r-'nee lK>t pliice. .Lad •*' -elect Exchange,
313 Bush st.
MIlUiLr-AGED HERMAN LADY WANTS
position as working hougpkeeper: bes. refer-
ences. A^diess MRS. KO.;>Elt, Lorin PottoHlce,
Alanieda County.
\\'lM.\.N WANTS TO DO WORK BY THE
'» day: reasonable. 42 Gilbeit st., In the rear.
yoiixo URKMAN LADY DHSIREs posi-
J. tion as l.ousekeeper. 112 Taylor St., room 7.
REssPECTABLE GIRL WISHES si I UATION
to do hot 8-v-ork in small family; good cook
.Addtess 73. i Jiarrlscnsi.
COMPETENT COOK. WITH Fll:Si-iLA>S
Vj ie:eienci'j, wishes situation or could do house-
work. 1024 Howard so.
A, r OUNG GEKM.AN COOK WISHKi* POSITION
1 for housework or as housekeeper. V., box 4,
Call Office.
SilAi.T. CAPABLE WOMAN. THOttOUOHLY
t~ understands nil blanches of housekeeping ; Is
first-class cook; bst if references. I'le.sj call
646 Minna st
\'Ol'.\<; UIRL -WOULD LIKE TO DO HEN-
X tral housework and plain cooking: city or
country. Audreys 759 Harrison St., nr. Fourth.
\ r OUXG WOMAN WIsHkS SITUATION AS
X housexeep r Call :->27 Montgomery aye, rm. 1.
KESPKCTABLK AND COMPKTr.N 1 YuUNG
Xt woman wants to act us nurse to children or to
ia<e 1 are of invalid. T. I)., bix 29, Call OflUe. ■;
AN I ED-RKBP&C I'ABUE V Ol NCi WOMAN
I 1 « lain 8 a situation as in use Ke -per and to take
care or widower's children; best of inferences, it.
X.. box 29, Ca 1 1 1H. c :
pomp 1 ent woman wishes to do gen-
\J eral housework; is •.troiißauu can do all work;
city tr country . 2L9 Tw euty-seveuth st.
FTTCATIOXH WA>TED-r<inHnn««.
KEFI 1 D YOUNG GERMAN GIRL WOULD
like position as nursegiri: good reference. Ad-
dress 15 .Marye terrace, » urk st., bet Hyde and
Lai kin.
\\ AN TI.D— POSITION AS H< I'sKKKtl'E !
11 and do plain sewing home. 116 Sixth, rm. 6
\\' OJ. AN WISHES TO DO lI OU KWoKK,
» » cooking, washing aol iroaiug. 129 Clara St
pEB.MAN GIRL WISHES SITUATION T"
*1 do light housework or v stairs work. 4 6
Jrsiie St.
p ERMAN ..JRL, GOOD COOK, WISHES PO-
* J sillon to do general houseweik In private fam-
ily. 511 Mason st.
YOUNG woman DESIRES ihmiiox a-.
X housekeeper In the country. 118 Six h, r. 31.
VOUXIi GIRL WiULu LIKE A SICK PLACE
X to take care or baby. Call 164 V 2 Clara si.
A* OUNG LADY, RECENTLY FKO.U DEN-
X ver, wishes a situation an housekeeper. 120y 2
Geary it., room 6
A'OUNG LADY WANTS A GOOD PLACE AS
X housekeeper or typt-wiiter: city 01 country.
1015 Jlac.K si , 10 m ,7, second floor.
A' OUNG GIRL OF REFINEMENT, MUSICAL
X ability. iieiire-i place us companion: is compe-
tent to lake charge of children or won d do secoud
work. Call or «ddres^ 407 1 ay.or st
I OMPETENT WOMAN WISH SITUATION.
v^ genera, hou-enoik. goid co<k; i<iu dr'ss;
kind to children; city orcountry. pply '-7V2 4h.
COMPETENT Woman WISHES iv WORK
I in a bomdliig-house or hotel. 2759 Mission si.
SITUATION WANTED BY RELIABLE COL-
O ored woman for general housework; city ref-
ereuci; given. 911 Hyde st.
pOMPETENT WOMAN WANTS A POSITION
\J as cook at, d laundress. Apply 3U6Va Hayes
COMPETENT WOMAN WANTSNICE PLAC •-
\J to do chambcrwork an& sew; sleep h me: state
where to ca.l. Address L. S., box 75, call."
/ 1 ERMAN GIRL, EXPERIENCED AND RE-
VJ iiab c, wishes skua ion as nursegiri. Please
call 3370 Twenty-third St., nr. Valencia.
YOUNG GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOUSE-
X work and plain cooking; wages $i 5. Call 52
Clementina st.
U'idow want- position as house-
»• keeper in lodging-house or hotel; no ob-
jection to country. Call or address E N., 919
Post st.
"yoUNG GIRL DESIRE Pi SITION AS
X typewrit ror bookkeeper. Call 131 Taylor, r. 2.
Y OU - LADY WANTS HOUSEKEEPERS'
X place; city or < outitry. B*l Mission, room 6.
Y'OUNGL VDY' SPEAKING FRENCH WOULD
like housekeeper's or governess's place. lz'2
Post st. room 10.
Yol'no WOMAN wants work by the
X day; washing, Ironing or hou^e-cleaulng. Ad-
dress M. 15. , box 8, Call Office.
SWEDISH CIRL WISHES SITUATION TO
O doge leral housework and ceo sins. Call at 25
Gilbert St., bet. Sixth and Stv.-ntu. off Bryant; no
pus al answer
SITUATION AS WORKING HOUSEKEEPER;
no triflen. MRS. TAYLOR, 821 Mission s\
you n g GERMAN GIRL WISHES POSli luN
A for light housework or second work. Apply
4145 Twenty-fourth st, near Castro.
GERMAN UIKL WISHES SITUATION IN
prlva:e family. 621 Capp st.
SITUATION A • HOUSEKEEPER, CITY OR
0 country, Room 10, 15 Eddy st.
WANTED — POSITION BY RhSPECTABLE
TT woman; will mike herjelf generally uiffu. in
s-iiall faml y: eood home: reiereni.es; smalt wag3s.
625 Chi stnut at., Oakland.
A 1 YOUNG LADY STEXOGRaPHKK.TYPE;
J-i- writer, double-entry bookkeept-r, 3 years' ex-
perience wholesale firm, besi references, capable
of taking lull charge of correspondence, will ac-
c?pi position ver/ reasonable salary; city or
country. Address H. 1., box 103, ca 1.
WAITRESS WISHES POSITION IN THE
'» evening In coffee-house or r stanrant. from 6
to 12 p M. call after 5:30 P. M., 1119 -Mission, r5.
yuL'XU WOMAN WISHES HOUSEKEEP-
X ers position, call 1104 Mission st, corner of
Seventh, room 10.
Young woman wishes working
X housekeeper's position Or do plain mending
131 Fourth it, room 1.
VOUSG Lady WISHES a POSITION AS
X housekeeper. 225 O'Farrell st., room 7.
yul'.NO LADY DESIRES A I LACK AS
X stewardess or housekeeper. 301 Vi Giant aye.,
room 16
yODKOLADY WOUID LIKE A HOUSE-
X keeper's place. 34 Mxth st, room 12
Y<>UNG LADY TYPKWRITKR AND COPY-
X Ist wants a place. 120y 2 Gtafy st., room 'i.
Y-OUNG WOMAN WANTS POSITION' AH
housekeeper. Call 118 Sixth st., room 32.
yol'.\(i I ADY DESIRES A STEADY PLACE
Xas housekeeper; city or country. 126 Fourth
st, room 23;
YOUNG LADY WOULD LIKE UOUSEKKr- P-
X er's position, or will do plain Hewing. Room 9
i!O7 Post st
YOUNG LaDY DKsIRES A PLACE AS
X housekeeper: no objection to short distance in
the country. -.33 O'Farrell st., 100 m Ist,
YOUNG LADY WOULD ..IKE A PLACE A*
X housekeeper; no objection to country home.
£01 Post St., room 6.
Y^UNG UKRMAN GIRL, SPEAKS FRENCH
X and span wants a housekeeper's place, ill
Cii ary st., roo v 2.
/• I ' LA i(Ki.\- BRANCH OFFICE OF THE
111 O 1 aI.:. Miiivrrintlo •. aril wan nd< taken
SITUATIONS WANTED-3IALE.
CHINESE * JAPANESE; KM'l) '.0 YEARS:
\J help: tel. main 1997. BRADLEY A cO., 640 Clay
HU.NTh.It c. CJiiM-.-^K AND JAPAN
cmp. ollice. 6141/., California St., lei. main 231.
pHINKSH AND JAPANESE 1-MPLOYMKNT
\J otlice: test help. 414y O'Farrell, lei. E. 426.
JAPANESE AND CHINESE EMPLOYMENT
cilice, best help, 314b sutter si.; lei. Grant 30.
\\r ANTKD— POSITION AS CLERK, SOLICIT-
" or, port-r, pantryman, bookkeeper, driver,
milker, any work: fit Kant penman; fiee instruc-
lion eve., ings any branch, s. FRANK, 1281*.
Fourth st.
LIKST-CLASS CHINESE COOK WISHES
1 si ua.iiin: private family; best of references
G. c. c, box hi), (a 1.
r ou\i. man wants situation ah it
X I rlvate place: Los Ange es and San Francisco
refere. given. A. T. a., box 6, Call.
, • KNTLEMaN WITH EXIKNSIVK CO.M-
- ' mercial experience desire.i to represent
San Francisco liims In Santa Barbara and Imme-
diate vicinity; excellent iel< rentes. Address
G. T.i box t3 Call Ollice.
GOOD COOK AND BAKER WISHES POSl-
tlon as cook in b;>nrdiiK-iiuuiu or hotel. Ad-
dress J L., box 12, Call ullice.
pHjNKSE COOK WANTS SITUATION IN A
V go d p ac»: from *5 to J6 « wee«: will give
reference If rer_. med Addresi 531 Pine at., or
tel. brown 255 T. CUNEO.
INDUSTRIOUS AND Sußiiß YOUNG MAN
X wishes situation as engineer or fireman; handy
witn tools and an all-round goo 1 man. A. li ,
box li', Call office.
Ijl-lUATIOX WANI ED TO TAKE CARE OF
O hoi ami gai dtMi: good drive. : can milk and
Rpm-raiiy us fin; best of refeieutes. Ad^iessA.
B. box 9.-, C..11 ullice.
YOUNGCOCPLK.BOTn FLUENT TALK .
X and ru.« tiers and of good address, wish to repre-
sent «nil advertise a responsible firm over the
Slat.. Addrt-sn O. S., box 23, Call. '
STRONG BOY WISHES A PLACE IN CITY
or country to make liimM.' f i-etierMlly useful:
farm wor^ preferred. B. it., Lox 45, Call
\'OUNG MAN and Win: WISH POSITIONS
X on stock farm or much; man as f ircraan; good
references- Address A. R. E. , box 25, Call.
YOUNG MAN HO WOULD LIKE iv
X learn bßrbcr trade seeks position, small wages.
Address i.EO. sa Vll l,t, i>o7 Golden Gale ay.-.
CIiUATIo.s WANTED BY I.XPEi;Ir.NCED
O engineer to run an engine or pump in city or
country or do Urine S. K. box 27, Ca.l.
MAN AND WIFE WISH POSITIONS ON
deep-water vessel Or any boat: man used to
rnsliif- and woman can do any kind of work.
B 0., b-x 58. ( all.
WaN'IEI— POSITION IN PLANING-MILL
'"as helper; can run most all wood-working ma-
chines. Address C., box 20, all i lh'cp.
p KRMAN EASTERN FARMER, SINGLE, 35,
\Jt wish work, or will some kind iriend wno is
able to iiac* me give me a chance iotun some-
thing on halves? you will not be sorry. Address
JOI-, box 123, Cai Office.
pKLIABLK MAN OF EXPKRIBNCK (GH.K-
Xt mini wants situation iv private family a)
coachman itnd gardener: thoroughly understands
the car.' of horses, gardening and milking: it
strictly temperate; good ieference.l. Addiess C
W. M „ dux 9, this office.
"VTORTiI GERMAN WANTS POSITION IN
-L> grocery. 71 Howard st., room 90.
/ • I ' J-ARKJN — BRANCH UFiICE OF TUB
\JLiJ Call. huLecriptioo.t'l-ud wan; ads taken,
AITINCHESTER UOUSK, 44 IUJRD ST.. Nit.
it Market: iIOO rooms vsc to »1 60 per nUns:
11 to to i\- per week; convenient and respectable; 1
net bus ana bargaga to ana 110 m UH Jerry,
HELP WANTED-FEJIALE.
i) RESTAURANT WAITRESSES $20; RES-
£■ iau:ant waitress, $4 a week; girl fir Berkeley,
*'-''; sir], housework. Oakland. $-0: 2» cirJa,
h. usewo k, *15 and $20. C. R. HANSEN & CO.,
10 Geary at
p KRMAN H UsEKKI-.PER. SMALL COUN-
'I try notel, $15 C. R. HA-NSU.N & CO., 108
Geary s*.
1 BONER FOR COUNTRY J.AUN.ORY, $-0
ad lound. C. R. HANSKN & CO., IUB Geary.
pHAMBEItMAID, $13. JllsS CULLEN. 326
VJ Sutler st. raBiHB
SPANISH '.IHL HOUSEWORK, $12; 1- ASY
place. Miss CUL.LEN, 325 Sut.erst.
COMPANION IOWAITON INVALID LADY',
\J $15. Miss CULLEX, 325 utter st
I,'RC.NCH MAID, 525. MISS CULLEN, 325
X Suiter st
MAID A\D SKAMSTRESS, $20. MISS CUL-
LKN. :;25 sutter St.
\ T KAT young GIRL, $15. miss cullen,
i-> 32 sutler st.
I _____
TVTEAT GIRL OR WOMAN: HOUSEWORK;
1> sleep home; $15. MISS CULLEN, 325 Sutler.
VyA:TREss, COUNTRY, $20; CHAMBEH-
»» maid, same house, $17. MISS CULLEN, 325
Sutter St.
\l'H E. COUNTRY. $15, FARE PAID; 2
-i-> housework girls, country. $15 each: San Ra-
fael. $25: Alameda. $20. a-id other towns: 12
housework girls, city, $2l» and *2.i; 8 young
girls, assist, $10 to $15. MISS CULLEN, 325
butler hi.
OROTFSTANT COOK, PLAIN WASH, 2 IN
I family. $30: Freiicn maid. $25; German sec-
ond girl, $20; 4 cooks, German *tvle. $25, $30 and
$35; 3 waitresses and chambermaids, $15 and
$2J; 2 restaurant wallers, $4 we-K, and a la-ge
number of . iris for cooking and housework in ciiy
or country. J. F. CKOSI.Ti <£ cv., 318 Slitter
MEAT YOUNG GERMAN SECOND GIRL DE-
Xi sires a situa ion. J. F. tRoSEIT & CO., 316
cutter st.
SWEDISH GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK, 3 IN
family, *. ; 5: German house girl, 826: second
Clr , * 15; S! girls, Alameda, $25 each; nurse gir ,
$15; cook,*.3u; 10 gir.s, housework, $12 to *15;
girl, San Ratael, $-20. ltj£>. NORTON, 323 .-utter.
COOK, AMERICAN FAMILY, $35; 3 CO' X*,
VJ German families, $25 to 30; cook, boirdiug-
house. »30: houae^irl, $30: ranch cook, country,
$20. MRS. NORTON, 323 Suiter St.
4 WAITRESSES. $5 A WEEK; 6 GIRLS,
-1 small restaurants $3 to $4 a week: 3 chamber-
maids and wait some, $21) and room: waltiess,
$17 50 aud room, fare advanced: waitresi tor
Stockton; head waitress: 4 waitress* s, $16 and
room. Ma. .TIN & ('., 749 Market st.
AV r AN TED— KNERGETIC PREPOSSESSING
"» Udy to join gentleman in business; experi-
ence and capital not absolutely necessary: appli-
cants must d -scribe quaiilicailons and personal
chaiacterhtics very fully or application may not
be considered. Address T. R., box 8, Call.
\\r ANTED— Y'uUNO GIRL TO DO GENERAL
. • ' housework; wages $12; Proestant girl on
nee I app y. 1714 Mason st. Call 10-day only 10
tO 11 A m.
OALESLADY. . MATRON, RESTAURANT
0 cashier, seams' ress. copyist. typewriter.
Lidies' Exchange, 313 Bush st.
EXPERIENCED APPRENTjCW WANTED
on custom coats; paid while learning. 78
Harriett St.
GIRL WANTED FOR GENERAL IMU-E-
-work and waiting at table; no cooking; $10.
519 Van Ness aye.
\.y ANT ■ D— CHILDREN TO VOLUNTEER
*» as bridesmaids for the weddi g'lntbe Lions'
D«n at the chutes Sunday.
r AITREss WANTED AT THE MODEL
*\ restaurant; 12121/ a PolK st . Ca 1 early .
\\roMAN TO ASSISI WITH HOUSEWORK;
" small family; $8 month. 84.1 I'.ne St.
ANTED —AN APi'RENTICK GIRL ON
'' custom coats; pay while learning! 221 Sixth.
YV ANTED AT ONCK-FIKST-CLASS HAIR-
" dresse: at «J. LKDi-RER's, 111 Stockton st
\\rA.NTKD-2 GOOD WAITRESSES. IC6
»* second st.
\\r ANTED— GIRL TO ASSIST AT GENERAL
'» housework; to sleep at home. 233 Fulton st.
GIRL TO ASSIST I IGHT HOUSE WORK AND
mind baby. 14.0Hydest.
GLOVE - OPERATORS ON POLMATIER
vJT overslltched machine; also on singers. Ap-
ply 4 12 Mar*e: st.
YOUNG GIRL: WA"H NAPKINS;
» wait one meal; hours f.om 6:3J to 4 p. m : 58
per mon.li, room and board. Address J. 8., box
84, Call.
YOUNG (iIRL TO WORK IN CHOPHOUsE.
X la C ay su
\T"ICE TO WAIT AT TABLE IN SMALL
li restaurant 2208 Powell »t.
COMP..TKNT GKKMAN GIRL; MOT UN-
\J d-rstand cooking and housework. 317 Larkin
GERMAN GIRL FOR GENERAL hOo'SE-
work; reference required. 1056 Mission.
OPERATOR'S WANTED. LEVI &TRAUSS &
CO.. 321/2 Fremont st.
1 AWRENCE DKE-S- CUT! ING SCHOOL,
J. 1079 Market: a 1 erfect fi: guaranteed without
trying on: Cull and be convince!.
\ KW FRENCH SKIRT PATTERNS, 25C:
li dressmakers furnished positions free. McDow-
ell Dreismaklng and Ml iiuery School, 103 Post.
MOVED— DR. WIRE, THE LADIES' fPI CIAL
Ist, to 1118 Market st. ; monthly trouble*, eta
/•I C LA RKIN— BRANCH OFFICE OF IKB
UJ CALL, subscriptions and want ad takes.
MOM CONVENIENT AND RESPECTABLE;
■'1 Winchester House, 44 Third St., near Market
20 J rooms: 2nc to $1 50 per night: $1 SO to *tJ
per week: free 'c us and baggage to «nd irom ferry.
HELP WANTED-MALE.
6 MORE COAL MINERS", »2 50 A DAY: ONE
D Scandinavian miner, $3: one shoveler, $2 50.
C. R. HAN SEN & CO., 108 Geary st
JAPANESE MAN AND W I E $50. C. R.
H.NSE-N it CO.. 108Ge-.iry st.
SECOXD COOK. HO EL. NORTH, ?60; FARE
advan'ei; second cook, hotel south. $40: fry
cook, $40. C. R. HANtEN & CO., 108 Geary st.
1 OY TEH OPENERS. C. H. HANi-EX &
*1 CO., lt-8 Ge^iy st,
OH IKK, COUNTRY HOTEL; $20. C. R.
I HANSEN & CO., 108 Geary st.
'<_ WOODSMEN: BOS< HKKt. C. R. HAN-
OI' SEN it CO , 108 Geary st.
•i CO( KS, CITY. $40 TO $50: CO' iK, $30 AND
1 room: cook, $36 and room: 3 second cooks, $6,
87 and SK a week: oyster cook, nigh conk: second
cook, 140 and room, cook, !50rii(1 100 m: rake-
baker. window work; German cook, $10. MAR-
TIN & CO., 749 Market st.
9 WAITER . $7 A WEEK; 3 WAITERS, $20
— and room: 4 Hers. .-.6 a week: 3 young men,
wail some, $15 aud roum. MARTIN «fc CO., 749
Market st.
COACHMAN, CITY; HOTEL PORTER, $25
and room: barber, couutrv shop, $50 per
mon.h; butler. c Uy. MAK'I A CO.. Vi» Market:
Oil PICK - AND- SHOVEL LABORERS FOR
£\> winter's job, country. $26 and board, to go
to-day. H. 1. \V aRD * C ... 608 ami tilo Clay si
If\ W..iOI)CH $1 A CORD; 10TIE-
-1" ma ken and 10 p'>stmakers, |.ieci-, goo 1
limlfr, to ms mid grub adVHiced, see boss here.
H. T. Waßh <fe CO., BOS and 610 Clay St.
QHOF-BUTCHER AND SAUSAGE-M AKKR
O for l.rltlsh Co umbia, $50 and found; young
man to learn hor.sesncelug. R. T. WARD & CO.,
BOS and 6-0 Clay St.
ANTED— S WOODCMOPPERs, SAN MA-
'» te ■ ijouiuv , $1 -5 per -o d. boar 1 50c per day
or can butch, ali-wi net- job: 10 «o>dctioppers, So-
nomaCniuty, $ 73 per cord, good timber, level
ground; young man to learn Hue horseshoeing,
good chance: s rons neat boy for sto:c, $.< per
week; but er-ni ikor, it>.s: also latm.rs. milkers,
cooks, waiters and dishwashers. W. I. EWEIt £
Co., 626 1. lay st.
TIT ANT COOK FOR RESTAURANT. $40
M tos.o: third cook, French, $45; hotel water,
S>*U; mat to lend garden and do indoor wuri.,
$25: but er, $4 to »45: bntler, $25; ol.i man to
10 'X for "-' on a ranch: harness- arUker; farmer and
wltt, cite. ANDRi ai!B locicton st.
WANTED— BL VCKSMIIH FOR CAMP, $1 A,
'I day ami bj..rd; bnrnes9makrr; teamsters
SI and 93: man about place Wi;o can run gasoline
engine $".'3 miJ '.omul butler, $-5 to $35; second
cook and brv> lers and other.4. Apply to J. F.
C 1:0- IT CO., 6-8 . acramenio si.
UTLER; RKFKRKNCKS ■ REQUIRED. J.
F. CRO3I TT & CO., 316 sutler »l
OFFICE MAN AGE R.OAKLAND; FOR. .MAN'
city; win", liquor and ci--ursal"smi. 11, safe sales-
mau, wood-ca ver. Clerks' Exchange, hl3 Bush.
A\, r I N D - 1 > Ess IK. SILK AND DRY-
TT g.jodi clerks, confectionery salosman. pantry-
man, CHrpet layer, m":l-house collector,
doorman. Clerks' Exchange, 313 Hush st.
MAN, TO COOK, $40. .MISS CULLEN, 325
1U sutte.-st.
UTLKH. 40. MISS CULLEN, 825 SUTTjSR
street.
SKA.MEN AND ORDINARIES FOR EUROPE,
carpenter anil btatswaiii. .33 Commercial si.
MEN TO EARN BABBKB Tl'.Al'K IN 8
• weeks. 8. r. Baiber College, 138 Eighth.
Xi'ERIKNCKD YOUNG MAN TO DRIVE
coal agon. 1623 Market »;.
. ' " / ' ,- ■ '■■■■
HKLP WANTED-Continned.
I pAPABI.K MAN FOR GROCERY BUSINESS
I V / wilh $500. can have permanent situation: 51
: minutes' uav.l from city: be t of ec.ur-y. Ad-
dress 15.. box 49, Call.
GOOD BARKKR \\ ANT!- D. L lU.N aQUAR£
VJ BhaTin« Parlor, 204 o'Faneli st.
KESPECTABLE (JEKJMAN BOY TO ATTKNE
a plumbing store: reference. 444 Valencia.
Barber wanted Wednesday. s72Va
Howard st.
W ANTE I) — COOK FOR RESTAURANT.
'» Cull early 104 seventh st.
Pa KTY WITH s.m A i.J, CASH iA PITAL CAN
buy toed saloon cheaD; location e;inn» be
b?ui. fill l"VPsu-a!ion solicited; iir.U come first
served. Address Buslues , box 45. all Office.
ANTED— A FIRST-CLASS CuOK AT 15
" Stockton -si.: call between 12 onJ 1 p. m.
VOI.NG MAN TO LiiARN BARBER'S
i. irade. 434 Pacific st.
BUTCHEK-BOY, CLKAN AND STRONG, TO
drive wngou and cut meat. 1308 Pacific st.
QTYLISH HAIRCUT 10C; KLKGANT SHAVE
O 6c: clean towels. 602 Pacific St., near Kearny.
0 LIVE SOLICITORS AMONG BUSINESS
<£ house*. 6 o'clocic. 530 California st., loom 61.
Gi'.K, N hands iu-day;ai.so *kamen
all parts of the world. HERMAN'S, 637 Clay.
>r YOUNU MEN; GOCD INDUCEMENTS; NO
') experience; call Ba. m 836 Howard st.
\\r A N TED — INDUSTRIOUS PARTN ER,
»» small capial, to h>-lp In store; gcod profits;
board and lodging induued. 410 Brannan st.
i-cOD-PAYING BUSHELING SHOP FOR
"* sale cheap on account leaving the city. Inquire
236 Ellis hu
WANTED— AT MONTANA HOUSE, 7641/ a
»» Mission: men 10 take rooms: 10 , 15c and
25c per uigtit; 60c. 90c and $1 per weelc.
i)--C BARBERSHOP AND BATH IN COUN-
£i) try; near city. Address W. R., box 8, Call.
MEN'S SOLEING, 60c: LADIES. 40c: WHILE
you wait. 638 Market: branch 7t>7 Market.
(ju-"i\ ADVANCE SECURES l-.MPLOYM NT
trt)v/ and transportation to Klondike and $60
stock In Incorporated company. F., box 6, Call.
EXPERIENCED CITY SALESMAN: REFER-
dices. 331 Ellis St., BrowiiMtone Wlrm Co.
BARBERS' ASSOCIATION FREE EMPLOY-
J-J ED eiit Ollice. S. FUCII-, Sec, 325 Grant aye.
KtKUI is WANTED FOR THE UNITED
It states marine corps. United states navy:
bodied, unmarried men, between the ages of
21 and 30 years, who are citizens of the United
t-tatex, or those who have legally declared their
intention to become such: must be of good char-
acter ami habits and able to (peak, reaJ and writs
.English, and be between 5 feet 5 inchei and 6 leet
in height. For further information apply at the
recruiting office. 'M Ellis n.. San Francisco, Cal.
\\T ANTED— GET YOUR *IIOKS MADE TO
'• fl. your feet at the same price you buy ready-
made ones, irom $1, 82, $3, $4 and $5, at 6tS:J
MhslonsL, bet. First and Second.
I A DIES' SHOES. SOLINO, £sc: MEN'S
J shoes, soling, 50c: all repairing dona »l hair
the usual price. 562 Mission sc bet. and 2d.
SAILORS AND ORDINARY SEAMEN
wanted at Lane's, 504 Davis st. near Jackson.
\\rAKB U HE DkaD: WENZEL'S aLaRM
" ciock; no electricity; loudest. 602 Monte'y.
/>1 r LARKIN— BRANCH OiJbICK OF IUK
\JIO Call, fcubscnptioiii and wane add taken.
riNKii i- N'S CALF SHOES TO OKDER, S2 50:
a men's soleing, 35c: only one(price. 959 Howard.
SHOEMAKERS TO BUY MEN'S UPPERS,
$1 and up. SHIRLEY, 921 Howard st. "
T AKGE STOCK OK SECOND-HAND SHOES
I A ROE STOCK OF SECOND-HAND SHOES
XJ or suit-; also ladies' and m:sses', Irom 2£cup;
m sfi s exchanged; good repairing; shoes made to
order, any style, contra! Repairing Shop, 749
Mis lOi;, uear (irand Opera-huuse.
f|(|j|f| PAIRS— ANOTHER LOT Of MEN'S
OUV'U shoes: been sil^h'.ly damaged; at lesi
than one-fourth their value: from 260 to $2 50.
662 Mission St.. bet. First and Seco:>d.
Efci.MoN Wants lv/O men 'IUGET BOTTLK
. beer or wine sc: Lest tree lunch. 648 Clay.
KCOM.-5. Ida lv .60 fhil.NlwllT; qu- •"♦«w
ix-r wee*. Oriental. 225 Drumiu t>t.
L LCHO HOUSE, S63V2MAI.KET ST.— ROOJia
Jj 2Uc. ISo 10 ."iOu night: $1 to $2 week.
1 «>T OF UN'CALLED-rOR SHOES FROM 25C
J j Op to $1 25. £62 Mission st., bet. Ist and 2d.
TKV ACME M./P.-K, 857 MARKET ST., BK-
-1 low null, for a room: 26e a Dixttl; Si a week.
QINGLE ROOMS 300 AND 16c NIGHT, 750
1 an J $1 week. Ltndell House. Sixth and Howard.
\V ANTED. TOt (JUCUVWAUKS DUE LABOR-
*» trsiclerki KNoX Collection Acer, 110 Suttor.
\\! INCUfc-sTEK HOUSE, 41 THIRD SI.. NX.
'' Market: 2uU rooms, 25c a night; reading-
room: tree 'bus ana baggage o and irom the ferry.
W' AN TJiD— LABORER-* AND MECHANICS
»' 10 know that Ed Rolklo, Reno House proprie-
lor. still mas Denver House. 217 Thirl st: i-H
large roums; -be per uleht: $1 ios:i per week.
AGENTS WANTED.
SALESMEN WANTED To SELL BY SAM-
-0 pie at wholesaeand retail; goods sold on sicht;
salary or commission. Address Centenninl Man-
ufaciurin^ 10., 495 i-ichtli ivh., New York City.
K00313 WANTED.
WANTED— OR 3 FURNISHED ROOMS
V? with kitcni'n for 1: dy and two children; Ger-
man f»miy preferred; best Of references. R.,
box 4. Call Office.
"yoUNG MAN WANTS SLAT ROOM: HOME
-L com for: s: 1 rivate family; please state price.
J. X., vox 95, Call ' flice.
WANTEIJ-MISCKLLANEOUS.
WANTED— SECOND-HAND CASH REGIS-
»T ter. 512 Eighth St.
viACHINKRY. BELTING, PIPE, BLACK-
j'I smith tools, brakebio ie rubber, hose, tools of
all descriptions bonghi unrl sold. 204 Mission st.
Branca store, 46 Clay su J. LIVINGsTO-x.
OLD GOLD AND SILVER BOUGHT. W.
M U.v D. watchmaker and jeweler, 226 Ellis st.
\Y ANT, D-iO BUY A FIRST-CLASS STKRE-
"" opticon outfit. Aadrejs..W., box 18, CalL
. -D-H AND CL^fTIIXG.DRE AL~KINS
— wanted; byst prices; send postal. 1020 Folsom.
A KLEIN, 10U SIXTH ST.. WILL PAY
-V . cash tor coining and iooks; send for me.
TOOLS OF AIL KINDS. STOVES AND
ranges bought anJ sold. CUKTIN, 1123 Market
PAWNBROKER— GOLD, SILVER, CAsT-
X ortclo.hmif uouzln. Add. COI.KMaN, 41 Third.
LOST.
LOST— IRISH SKTTKR; ANSWERS T >
name of Nellie; reward. Apply 501 Hayes.
DIAMOND AND PE MIL BKAUELET. UK-
turn to 771 Folsom s. : reward.
LODGING-HOUSES FOX SALE
C) ,-RO<>M HOSSK ONLY $ 500
£~i 81-room house, rent $75. only 1200
"0 roo us on Ca ifornlast., lent $b5.. 700
1 30-room hotel nn 1 bar. - /0 boarders 650
12 rooms on Martcet, office* 600
li. C. DECKER, 1020 Market St.
/-/. HOOM8; CLEARsSMOO; EXCHANGE FOR
DU real estate. H. C. DECKiCR. 1020 .\iurket.
HOUSE, 17 ROOMS: ALL REN ! ED; PAYING
well; cheap; account of sickness. 108 Sixth
HOUSE 17 ROOMS, .M.L RENTED: PAYING
well- cheap account sickness. 1.8 six.bst
CHIN AWAKE.
TALK ABOUT BARGAINS!
1 READ TH Is:
t Dinner sets, £0 i-ieces, light gray decoration,
with border, per set, 44. . '
Dinner s'-t, 50 pieces, wild flower, with cold
trimmings, per set, $4 50.
Dinner set, 50 piece:!, bellflower decoration, with
gold handles and trimmings, per set, $5 75.
CHEAPEST PRICES IX AMERICA
CROCKERY, CHIN AWAKE, GLASSWARE.
ELITE CHINAWAKK A BPECIALTY.'
GREAT AMERICAN IMPORTING TEA CO.
Stores Kverywiiere.
52 Market Street,' San Francisco Headquarters.
FREE.
BICYCLES.
WAICHK3.
CHINAWARE.
STORAGE.
* T LOWEST KATES— HOUSEHOLD GOODS,
A pianos, advances m;.de; fireproof building F.
W. ZEHFUss, 840 Mission el. Mint 1821.
» 1 LOW RATES— FURNITURE. CARPETS.
/» pianos, household goods; clean, light com-
partments; advances made. J. .NOON AN, 1017
to 1023 Mission sit., above sixth; open evenings.
PERSONALS.
4 LONDON FIRM WISHES TO IMPORT
A California honey and dried fruit and toexport
drills, apices and seeds to >mi i ranrisco: would
like to meet (borough, reiiat>!e. well-introduced
linn: references exchanged. Address ;oG.. SeJ'3
Ci:yOHic-', branch 4, P.irchin Lane, K. C, London,
Euginnd ■
MRS. DR. D. BAK'IO.N, SPECIALIST IN CON-
>'I lin-mentx and female diseases. 808 .Howard- I
T ( .XL;, ESPECIAL ATTENTION TO THE^
A perfect manner In which hair is dressed nere tor
25c only: switches from $1 to ; c o'0: 1 make
,wi cut of the iint-s, best quality <>> hair for only
9 :s 50: bnui:s cut anacQrled lie G. LiiDEiiEK,
111 sto klon st.
QLI.NOMA NOW TAKf.S TilE LKaDaSA
\l hair dressing. G. LEDi KEH, 111 Stockton.
TAX. KIKCHiIOFFK.R UAb ItKTUKN KD
1/ from Europe an<i resumed practice. Office,
850 Market si.: T«l. White 431.
I>S ANDiCKSON. (iRADUATK, BWJ-DISH
lM m:rs;; ba:hs; genuine massage: sw«ll*h
movement: ladles, gents. 906 Market St., room
2j, spconfi floor.
A DVICK FREE: DIVORCE Law.-, A SPEC-
.A-lalty -private: no fee without success :collect:ons
U.W.HOVVE. atty at law, 850 Market.eiir.Stocktn.
milE COMIC OPERA IN J.O O. F. HALLOS
I December 1 cannot take place owing to sicK-
ness»: pupils thoroughly prepared lor ice pr.» es-
s:o ml stage at J. (Ji.KVE *•■•= Opera School, 1236
Market su, Murphy Building.
riLOAKS AMU :.\ILOK-MaJ>K SUITS KK-
\J jailed at wholesale ligur-i. 30 t*ansome si
T] BCF-CliMlJJi. SAKITAHY PL M It.
Jj. . fasti tier- C 23 Molden "ate ay. Tel. nutter 47L.
AYE YOUR FEATHER BEDS AND PIL-
JJ. lows filled. McCA.BE, 870 Mission, cor. Hith.
OuMS WHITENED.SI 50 UP; PAPERED,**!;
Jt tinted, 82. K. D1X0N.421 Jones, tel. Blk. 1293.
n BUSINESS CARDS PRINTED, $1;
OUU as visiting cards, 25c. HILL, 22% Geary.
ADOKS, PHOTO. AND BADGE BUTTONS
JJ made in Ban Francisco at Eastern prices.
WALTER X. BRUNT, 635 Clay st. S. V. |g|M
])!« OCTDOOK STEREOFIICON !SJiO\VEV&
X> ry night cor. Market and sixth sts. • artlstkad-
vertisements in living light: promoters of Dusi-,
ness. Consult OWL ADV. CO.. 1140 Market st. i
T?LEOTRIO LIGHTS IN EVEKY ROOM: A
Xlj wiucnester House. 44 i hlrJ pL, nr. Mark&C^i
£00 rooms, 25c to $1 50 per night: $1 50 to if 6 pet \
week: free bus and baggage to and from the ferry.
SUPERFLUOUS iiAIK-> KtMllVtU BY
O electrolysis. MRS. DR. WELCH. '.'ll5 Bush.
Ull TOURDERO.\ I.A ■• V I.v&IALLMr.MH.
0 L. LEMOS, 1117 .Marke: st.. bet. 7th and Bth.
f'-\ X LAKKIN-BRANCH OFFICE OF TUB!
01 CALL: ■ rin-.ioiu sn : want »<l . taken.
DRESSMAKERS.
VI ME. GOLDSTEIN- ELEGANT, STYLISH
JVI dresses $5 up: dress»s made over. 6 hddy.r 86.
CLAIRVOYANTS.
MR*. dr. F. CLARK, THE DISTINGUISHED
i»l trance clairvoyant and medium: while en-
tranced sh? will reveal every hidden mystery la
life: she will show you how to overcome your
enemies, remove family troubles, restore lost af-
fections; unites the separated, recovers lost, stolen
or burled property: locates treasures, minerals:
tells your entire lite. past, present and tuture.whlla
In a perfect trance. Hours, 10 a. m. to sr. vi ;
perfect satisfaction guaranteed by mail Sen 1
stamp for circular with special terms MRS. DR.
F.CLARK, ran Z6 <t 26. ll'Oti Market, opp. Sixth.
\ I ME. PORTER. WONDKRFUL CJ>AIKVOY-
■i'I ant card-reader, born duub c veil and second
sight; diagnoses disease, full life reading; la. 50c :
gents $1: palm, and clairv. ; sit. $1 50. 126 Turk.
MME. LE NORMAND. CELEBRATED
i»I clairvoyant, lurmerly 1 Polk st., returned to
502 O'Farreil; readings: Indies, 25c; gents 60c.
ILE. LA NORMAN DIE, 401 LEAVEN-
i'i worth St., world-renowned card reader; genta
50c, ladies 2tc.
MME. KaVuNa HEADS LIFE i'I.Ur.STI.V;
I*A business advice; names given; 25c up.s Fuurto.
A , ISS MELVILLK, GRKAT CLAIRVOVANI'
-'• and water reader, 92JV« MiSiion, opp. Mint.
MRS. MAYO STEEKS, 112V 3 OAK; CIRCLES
l»l Tues. Bp. M. . Thurs. 2p. m. : 25c; readings $1.
MME. SODAN, SCOTCH SrEItKSS. CARD-
-1»1 reader and palmist. 619 Eddy, 9toB p. H.
\f rs. ross, palmist and clairvoyanti
1U hoars 10 to 4, 7 to 9; g. 50c, 1. 25. 205 Turk.
ft YPSY LIFE-KEADEH. a SEVENTH ST.: .
VT ladies 2f>c, gents 50c; all questions answered. I
\.| MX. BYBILLK. CRADLE TO URaVK; tV- 1
ture husbaud'a picture 25c;ladies 914 O'Farreil I
\l RS. DR. ANNA THOMAS— FIRST IN HEX <
I'l profession: never fails: advice; help. 929 I'osU'
\|MK. HAN SEN, PALMIST. CARD- \N RITER;
l'l past, present and future; 25c. 148 bth. r. 5.
VI ME. MORKAU, BK-i' MEDIUM, CLAIR-
i»I voyant, card-reader; 25c up. 73 Fourth sL
THKLGRAY,CLAIKV()YA>T.CAKDREAD-
mist, eIectro-magnetic bealg.ll69 Mission
oro.r MissluN - m bsCK:n'iox» a.\u ,
jLO-.\) want «ds 'nlcen tor THIS CALL. '
SPIRITUALISM.
.
MRS. KATE HAWKINS, DEVELOPING CIR.
i>l Mon. eve.: clr. Tues. eve.; sittings dal.y; %\.
701 McAllister st.
\\ Mt. YOUNG'S EXTRA TEST CIRCLE T >-
i»l night; 10c. 605 McAllister; come skeptics.
IAR. SCHNhLL, DIVINE HEALER; TREATS
LJ by taking ho dof hands. 510 Sievenson sL
rpi-ST MEETINGS, 8 P.M.: X.c. 335 McAL-
-1 lister; Stitt. Evens, Meakin, Hargrave, Hanson.
mLARKIN-8 P. M.. P. S S. MhETINQ;
1 i X good talent; admission free.
MRS. SHKINER, CLAIRVOYANT, MEDIUM;
i'l sittings daily; 10 to 4. 230 Kearuy at.
AM. FRANCIS. INDEPENDiiN r SLATS
XV. writer. Us HaiKh; st. : hours » until 6p. v.
\ ; RS. J. J. WHITNEY, SPIRITUALMEDIUM,
1»J for messages and advice. 218 Stockton st.
ASTKOJLOIrX.
A STRAL SEER-PROF. HOLMES, 1
A st.; horoscopes, questions, vice.
FURNITURE FOR SALE.
T? UR.N iTL Rfc, .^TiiVEs. CARPETS^ COCv\^'
-I ters. showc«s°s. AKUMPSO.N, IJ2I Market.
FURNITURE WANTED.
CASH FOR FURNITURE, CARPETS. I-.TC.J
\J full value. I'aclHc 1-ur Co., 228 Stockton st.
HIUHEST PRICES TO FILL NEW BUILD.
-LI- ing. 840 Mission s:.; tel. Mint 1821.
Vv' P. BK- ICm AMP, HIGHEST PRICE FOR
'» . furnished houses, Groceries, etc. 305 Laricm.
IJ. NKU-.iA.N, 121 SIXTH ST., BUVbiAND
-I. sells furniture and carpets: also storage.
INDIANA AICiION CO. REMOVED «Oli)
Montgomery st. ;hi_:hpsi prices pa d. Tel. Davis 71
CAKPKT-CLEAXIXG.
CJ . V STEAM CARPET-CLEANINU VVOKKI:
V, titans, moves, lays carpels. G. H. STEVEN'S,
Her., 38 and 40 highlit St.; telephone sou: 25U.
W Ji£..\ i ,t j.i.Lujlr. l>;-i» t > ! WITH.
" poor work sen i IoSfAI'LDi.NWs PioneerCa>
pei-bfatlii.- Work* cbi-jf 'I mama St. : lei. So. 4JL
C CARPETS CLEAN KD. Ri-.Nt.)V.\TEU LIKES
V^ new. J. McUUEhN, 453 Stevenson: teL ->. 224
\ DVANCE OARfET- >.LKAM.\.. CO., 40i
/\ tuit^r; tel. Main 894. UKO, WAXCUU, prop.
GREAT EASI FKN S 1>; \M CaP.PE l-CLEAJC
lj ing works. 14 Sill, B. GRANT, teL Jessie 201.
CLEAN 1-^v., -c. i.AHIMj, :->c: i.U . SAM-
V-' pies tree; tel. Jessie 944. Sum. on. 3 Kiehliu
i tAUFjfiO aKAAf.H,V KJ-.AU-. ATiLII l.lKri
i/eiv. i'3'leutn; lei. south M. iiacKiiuosu <£Co.
I *.. MITCHi-.1.L. CARPET-CLKANINU CO.,
O . 240 14;h *L: cleaning 3c. a.v rd; teL Mis. 74.
JWATTS,reliab:e <urpet-ceauiii!;,reiiov-ig,alter-
O . ation works. 413 McAllister. Tel. Jessie 321.
r^ONIvLIN'S CARPv-i.' -UKAT J NO WORii.4.
\J iiJJ Uolde.i Gate uVd. Uelephouo East l-j*
SJiWINO-aiACHINES.
«9 MONTHLY; IiE.NTEI), • RHPAIRED,
«3p— bought, sold; machine supplier 145 Sixttil
ALL KiND^ liuL'UllT, fcOLU,\fc.XCH ANUED.I
rented; repairing: lowest rates. 205 Four
— -=/
ATTORN EYS-AT-L AW.
ADVICE 1 RKE; I'RtVATK MATTERS- MOO-
XV irate fees; open ev'gs. McCABE, 103 Larli n.
DVICE FRKE; DIVORCE LAWS A SPEC-
private; no fee without success -collections
G. W. HOWE, atty at 1aw,850 Market, cor.Mociaa.
» DVICi'; FREE: No 11IAP.uK UNLi-SSbUJ
-TV cissful. \V. W. ViliS.iX. I*7 Martetii
TYPEWRITERS.
REMINGTON No. 3; FINE ORDfR: 523;
sample sent. SCOTT <& BANK AN.333 Mont,

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