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SAN FRANCISCO CALL. BUSINESS OFFICE of the San Francisco Call, corner of Market and Third streets, open until 12 o'clock every night ln the year. BRANCH OFFICES— Montgomery street corner Clay; open until 9:30 o'clock. 300 Hayes street, open until 9:30 o'clock. M 9 McAllister street; open until 9:30 o'clock. 616 Larkin street; open until 9:80 o'clock. 1941 Mission street; open until 10 o'clock. 2261 Market street, corner Sixteenth; open until 9 o'clock. 100 Eleventh street; open until 9 o'clock. 2526 Mission street; open until 9 o'clock.^ Northwest corner of Twenty-second and Ken tucky streets: open until 9 o'clock. ■ MEETING NOTICES. __ GOLDEN Gate Commandery No. 16. K. •*■- T.. Golden Gate building. 025 Sutter THf***** at.— Special Assembly this evening ftjj at 8 o'clock. Tbe Order of the Temple *Bf will be conferred. All fraters are » courteously invited. J. C CAMPBELL. Em. Com. WILLIAM T. FONDA. _______ BAN Francisco Chapter No. 1. Royal _A_ Arch Masons, meets THIS EVENING. IL_K P. M. and M. E. M. degrees. _____ OCCIDENTAL Lodge No. 22. F. and A. ■ M.— THIS (MONDAY) EVENING, *t^\_ 7:30 o'clock. 3 D Master Masons cor- jC3T dlally Invited, By order of the W. M. '-w 1 WALTER G. ANDERSON. Secretary. I PACIFIC T^odge No. 136. F. and A. M.— » , Officers and members are hereby noti- fled to attend the funeral of our late TC3k brother. WILLIAM JAMES THOM-'^T^ SON, on TUESDAY. August 29. 1899, at 12:30! o'clock p. m.. from B'nai B'rith Hall. Eddy | st. By order of the Master. GEORGE PENLINGTON. Secretary- KINO SOLOMON'S Lodge No. 260, F. • and A. M.. 1839 Fillmore st— Second _£__ degree THIS (MONDAY EVENING. tCJT at 7:30 o'clock. By order of the S. W. f^F > HARRY BAEHR, Secretary. FIDELITY Lodge No. 222. I. O. O. <^^^^ F. — New bylaws come up for lis- -JyjSfNl cusslon and final action TO- -^^i*f^^ NIGHT (MONDAY). "'''™ C. H. KORNBECK. N. G. WILLIAM B. CURTIS. Secretary. MISSION Chapter No. 155, Order Eastern W* Star— A called meeting will be held JrL THIS (MONDAY) EVENING, at 7:30 V o'clock, at Mission Masonic Temple, " 2>i6B Mission st., for the conferring of de- ' grees. By order of the W. M. MARY G. FOSTER, Secretary. THE California Debris Commission, having re- ceived applicatloas to mine by the hydraulic process from J. S. Goodwin ln the Blrdseye t Creek placer mine, at You Bet, Nevada County, to deposit tailings ln an old pit; from j Mrs. E. A. Cox. In the Washington mine, at Whisky Diggings, Sierra County, to deposit , tailings In Fourth Ravine, and from George I W. Stone and James J. Schenrlch, In the Red : Hill gravel mine, near Diamond Springs, El : Dorado County, to deposit tailings In a ra- vine and in Ringgold Creek, gives notice that a meeting will be held at room 59, Flood J building, San Francisco. Cal., on September - 4. 1899. at 1:30 p. m. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. ADVICE free; R. W. King, attorney at law. sixth floor. Chronicle building; no advance charges; estates, mortgages, damages, attach- ments, bankruptcy, all cases; wills, contracts, etc., drawn: moderate fees; call or write. MAGUIRE & GALLAGHER— G. Ma- gulre (ex-Congressman) and James L. Galla- gher (ex-City and County Attorney) have moved their law offlces to the Parrott build- ; ing. 815-856 Market St.: tel. South SIS. ADVICE free; divorce law a specialty; private; j no fee without success; collections. G. W. ' HOWE, atty at law, 850 Market, cor. Stocktn. J. R. PARKER. 916 Market St.. room 67; advice free; charge low; business pushed. NAGLE & NAGLE, Attorneys-at-Law, Emma ; Spreckels building, 927 Market St. L. 8. CLARK, Emma Spreckels building. 927 Market: consultation free; no fees in advance. ADVICE free: no charge unless successful. W. W. DAVIDSON. 927 Market St.. opp. Mas. , ACCOUNTANTS. F. X BALLARD, 401 Cal. St.. designs, audits & adjusts accounts for corporations & firms; ref. BOARD AND ROOMS. HOTEL FAIRMOUNT— Strictly first-class; 1714 ■■ Market st., S. F. Cal.; American and Euro- pean plan; elegantly furnished rooms, single or en suite; board and room, $1 per day up; ! suites without board, $1 per day; single rooms. , 50c; special rates by month, also to tourists. FRUITVALE; priv. board; extensive grounds, mcl. orchard; Hopkins House. Hopkins and Frultvale ay. ; cars p»ss. Ad. Diamond P. O. ! LAS PALMAS. I^2o Market-Parlor, 2 bed- ! rooms, suitable for 4; private; bath: board op. O'FARRELI 742— Clean, comfortable rooms; j good hi me cooking; special rates to gents. i BOARD AND ROOMS WANTED. WANTED— Good home for baby where mother J can room; gas, bath and washing must be j reasonable: north of Market. Address MRS. E.. 818 Lark;:: st. . - *:- BOOKS — NEW AND OLD. SCHOOL BOOKS bought and exchanged. ; Holmes Book Co.. 704 Mission St.. near Third. BUSINESS CHANCES. A^sBso; RESTAURANT, opp. City Hall; good estab. place; best class of custom; fullest In- vestigation solicited. R. G. WILKE, 806 Market st. j X— $2.'." RESTAURANT doing a good business | on Larkin st. ; rent low; splendid place for man and wife. R. G. WILKE. 906 Market st. A— ssoo— SALOON establ. many years; clearing '■ above 8100 per month; close to Market and. Fourth sts. R. G. WILKE, 906 Market st. A— s3oo; PARTNER wanted by a lady in a first- class paying saloon; very best location; low ] rent; Investigate at once. R. G. WILKE, 906 Market st. A— s3oo; FRUIT and vegetable store on Second ' Ft.; horse, wagon; cheap rent; good paying. Call R. G. WILKE, 906 Market St. A— s6so; SALOON: elegant furniture; daily re- | ceipts $1S; rent $60; close to Chronicle. R. G. ! WILKE, 906 Market st. A— $1800; CORNER grocery and bar; transfer . point; rent $40; a good-paying store; estab- ; lished years; full value In sight; all cash trade. Call R. G. WILKE. 906 Market St. $750; CORNER grocery and bar ln Western Addition; splendid business; first-class pay- ing; sickness of owner causes a bargain. WILKE. 906 Market st A— $1000; CHOPHOUSE and coffee saloon in wholesale district; established many years and doing splendid business; no low prices; rent cheap. Call R. G. WILKE, 906 Market. CALL and see my lists of fine business propo- sitions; fine paying restaurants, coffee houses, saloons, groceries, hotels, city, country mer- chandise stores for sale and exchanged; money loaned on furniture at 1% per cent. EITEL. 1008M> Market st. $700; BAKERY. Western Addition: hand- some store; 6 sunny living rooms; 8 horses, ■ wagons: fine condition; bakes 2xi__ barrels flour dally; owner there 9 years. STEN- BERG, 26% Kearny St. A $400 SALOON on Market St.; bargain; owner retiring from business. See COWING Sc CO., 995 Market st. A FINE chance to purchase a store, business agency for sewing machines, 3 living rooms, clearing $75 mo. HEALY & CO.. 917 Market J37S— SPLENDID bargain; candy and Ice cream parlor. COAST EXCHANGE CO.. 719 Market. OYSTER stand to let. Apply 236 Third st. $1000— BEST paying business in city; must be sold account sickness; easy terms. 10 Sixth. IF you desire a ranch home where there ls pure air, water and refined influences, where your wife and children will be happy, do not delay, but secure the 160 acres for sale at a much reduced price near Lower Lake, Lake County, the garden of the Union. For par- ticulars inquire in person of M. A. BROOKS, ] 12 Golden Gate aye. 8500— PARTNERSHIP ln an old-established saloon; good business; large stock; one of the . owners Is offering his Interest because he ls j engaged in other business; the remaining i party is a reliable man; not absolutely neces- j sary to lave experience, but must be a trust- worthy man. 632 Market St. room 6. FOR sale— A good paying business; a black- : smith shop, tools, etc.. everything complete; ; a comfortable dwelling, orchard, barn, chick- j en-house; a water capacity, paying $15 per i month; object retiring: business well estab- | lished. Address R. N. CLARK, Gonzales, . Monterey County, Cal. j BARBER shop, country, connected with bath, and all household furniture; in one of the healthiest little towns on the coast; rent $10 for the whole house. Call on STOLTZ, 630 Market st. :*..'■:.*.: ; CORNER store. Twenty-second and Castro sts.. new fixtures, for groceries and bar; good stand. BURNHAM & MARSH CO., 20 Mont- gomery st BUTCHER shop: good location; cash business; refrigerator and smokehouse; sickness cause for Belling; a bargain. Box 3235, Call office. ACROPOLIS chophouse, on Sutro Heights: cheap: going to Europe. No. 5, half a block from baths. WANTED— Lodging house; 30 to 45 rooms; cen- tral; cash buyer; no agents. Box 1343, Call. BOARDING house and saloon for sale; cheap. 135 Folsom st. PRIVATE boarding house; 16 rooms; all full; north of Market Box 1311. Call office. BUSINESS CHANCES— Continued. GOOD paying Inside route for sale; this paper. Apply Call offlce. $500— PORK and delicacy store: well stocked: receipts $600 month. Box 8269, Call offlce. WOOD and coal yard for sale. Apply 1106 Larkin St., bet. 8 and 10 a. m. _____ COFFEE and tea routes supplied from GEO. W. CASWELL & CO.' S.X 412 Sacramento st. BARGAIN— Meat market; $200; splendid local- ity; cash business. Apply owner. 506 Castro. FOR sale — paying inside route on this parer. Apply Call office. FOR sale— A good home bakery; particulars at 2585 Market st., near Sixteenth. J. McElllgott. CARRIAGES AND WAGONS. ALL kinds of wagons, buggies, carts, harness. etc.. cheap. EGAN & SON. 2117 Mission st. 100 SETS second-hand harness; wagons, carts, buggies, surreys and horses. 1140 Folsom st. CARPET BEATING AND CLEANING. WHEN you become disgusted with poor work send to SPACED I Pioneer Carpet- beating Works, 353-357 Tehama st. ; tel. S. 40. J McQUEEN'S California Carpet Cleaning Co.. 453 Stevenson St.; tel. South 228; lowest rates. ADVANCE Carpet Cleaning Co.. 402 Sutter St.: tel. Main 394. GEO. WALCOM. Proprietor. 1 CARPETS cleaned at 3c per yard; laid at 3c. STRATTON'S, 3 Eighth St.; tel. Jessie 944. I J. E. MITCHELL Carpet Cleaning Co., 240 14th St.; cleaning. 3c per yard; tel. Mission J4_ ! CONKLIN'S Carpet-beating Works, 333 Golden Gate aye.: tel. East 126. CLEANING COMPOUNDS. UTlCA~~Cleanlng and Toilet Compounds and Compound Paste; a household blessing: a sure cure for poison oak. SAMUEL SEYMOUR, Agent Offlce and factory 21 Spear st. CLAIRVOYANTS AND Sl IRITUAUSM. MRS. DR. CLARK. the well-known trance medium and clair- voyant may be consulted on all affairs of life. While entranced she will reveal every hidden mystery; she will show you how to overcome your enemies; remove family trou- bles; restore lost affections: unites the sep- , arated; recovers lost, stolen or burled prop- ertv; locates treasures and minerals; tells your entire life, past, present and future, while in a perfect trance; perfect satisfaction guaranteed by mail; send stamp for circular with special terms. MRS. DR. F. CLARK. 1023H Market St.. near Sixth. Always consult the best. ; MME. LANGE. the great clairvoyant tells past and future; never falls; has the greatest Egyptian secret; shows picture of future hus- I band or wife; fee. 25c and up: satisfaction to everybody: lucky numbers. 1167 Market St.. bet. Seventh and Eighth. < MME. PORTER, wonder'"' clairvoyant and card reader: born with double veil and second sight; diagnoses disease; full life readings; ladles. 50c: gents. 81; sittings. $1 50. 126 Turk. i JOHN SLATER Circle to-night. 8:15. 1809 i Stockton, nr. Greenwich; sittings dally 10 to 4. 1 MISS A. L. CARLSON, fortune teller by cards, palmist and planets. 2* Sixth St., rooms 2-3. MME. HANSON, card reader and palmist: past, present, future; 25c. 148 Sixth St., r. 12. MME. MOREAU, the best medium and card i reader: 25c up. 73 Fourth st. near Mission. 1 GYPSY life reader, returned with renewed power in spiritualist reading. 25c up. 5 7th. YOUR fortune told by cards, 25c: dally, 10 a. m. to 10 p. m. ; Sun.. 7 to 10 p. m. 619 M; Larkn. MRSC. J. MEYER, 335 McAllister, tests dally ex- cept Wed. Sat. ; 2 & 8 p.m..loc&2sc;slttings daily. ! MME. RAVENA reads life fluently: business advice; names given; 25c up. 5 Fourth St. MME. SYBILLE, cradle to grave; future hus- band's picture. 25c; ladles. 914 O'Farrell st. MRS. J. J. WHITNEY, trance test medium. life reader, medical clairvoyant. 232 Stockton. COLLECTION OFFICES. I GEORGE W. KELLY'S Agency; no charge un- less successful. Room 310. 927 Market st. DENTISTS. A— DR. T. S. HIGGINS' dental parlors, 927 Market St., over Cafe Zlnkand— Teeth extract- ed without pain by the use of electricity, gas or chloroform; also by local anaesthetics ap- plied to the gums; the best and most artistic dental work at reasonable prices; pure gold fillings from $1 up: other fillings from 50c; badly decayed teeth carefully treated and filled or crowned without pain; plates that fit from $4 50 up- flesh colored plates from $3 50 up; teeth without plates a specialty; open evenings and Sundays. A NEW ANAESTHETIC FOR PAINLESS DENTISTRY, SYNOL Removes the pain; an application to the , gums and the nerves sleep, you remain wide awake; see our flesh-colored plates, thinner and stronger than rubber, warrante4 for 20 years; crown and bridge work; teeth with- out a plate; fillings, 50c; crowns. $3 50; plates, full set, $5; all work painless and warranted. Chicago Dental Parlors. 24 Sixth st. AT the ELECTRO-DENTAL CLINIC, 809 Mar- ket St., cor. 4th, rm. 7, Flood bldg.. you can j have your extractions done painlessly; teeth without plates our specialty; gold crowns, . }". 80 up; plates, extractions free. $4 50 up; of- flee hours, 9a. m. to 10 p. m. : Sundays, 9 to 2 p. m. G. W. WILLIAMSON. M. D.. Manager. DR. GEORGE W. LEEK, 20 O'Farrell St.. ex- tracts and fi 's teeth painlessly by his wonder- ful secret method; crowns. $2; bridges, $4; rubber or flexible plates. $3: received 8 first . prizes; no students; guaranteed 12 years. VAN VROOM— Painless extraction by electric- ity: guarantee 10 years; lowest prices; 10 operators; no students. 997 Market st. DR. LUDLUM HILL. 1443 Market St., near Eleventh; crowns, bridge work and fillings a specialty; all work reasonable; gas given. SET of teeth without a plate. DR. H. G. ! YOUNG. 1841 Polk st. MEYER, 6 Turk: Deutscher Zahnarzt; crown j and bridge work; open Sundays, 9 to 12 m. OHIO Dental Parlors— Fillings. 60c up; crowns, I 13 up; open evenings. 8.70 Market st. I DRESSMAKERS AND SEAMSTRESSES j | S. F. DRESSMAKING School; practical meth- ods; terms reasonable. 104 Kearny st. I LATEST patterns just arrived from New York at McDowell Dressmaking School. 103 Post. EDUCATIONAL. HEALD'S Business College, 24 Post St., San Francisco— Bookkeeping, business practice. shorthand, typing, languages, telegraphy, English branches, civil and mining engineer- ing, assaying, blowpipe, geology, mineralogy, surveying, etc.; electrical engineering— theory, practice, design, construction, mechanical j drawing; 25 teachers: individual instruction; j 200 graduates annually placed in positions; students can enter for any course any time; no entrance examinations; new 80-page cata- logue free. AYRES' Business College, 723 Market St., short- hand, typewriting, bookkeeping, writing, Eng- lish, telegraphy, under qualified teacher; low rates; life scholarship. $50; catalogue. i A— THE Lyceum, accredited preparatory school for the universities, law and medical colleges; day and evening courses; references, Pres. Jordan or any Stanford professor. Phelan big. DANCING^ Both adult and children's classes at Hlnman's School of Dancing. 1412 Polk st. and corner of Howard and Twenty-first sts., are now open for the season. ACCOUNTANTS and reporters as teachers; Ellis system; sunny rooms; low rates; day, even. San Francisco Bus. College, 1236 Markt. LADY teaches piano, mandolin thoroughly; 50c an hour; excellent pianist and accompanist for entertainments and vocalists. 1209 Octavla. A. L. MINER gives lessons, private or class, in Latin, mathematics, physics, etc.; 20 years' experience. 1312 Green st. ENGINEERING School, civil, electrical, mm ing, mech. survey, assay, archl. ; day and eve.; est. 1564. VAN DER NAILLEN, 933 Merket M. G. BARRETT, a leading court and c«neral reporter (graduate of State Normal), Instructs I in shorthand: pupils by mail. 302 Montgomery. ! SINGING, piano; Paris grad.; French, Spanish, $2 mo. 630 G. G. aye., r. 6-7; hours 2 to 8. ! LAW Schools. 927 Market. S. F.. and 905 Broad- way, Oakland; day and night; correspondence. | MISS Guadalupe Vallejo teaches Spanish and i . English; competent: translations. 1512 Cat. St. I "EXPANSION" the order at DURHAM'S Bus- mess College. 306 Larkin St., opp. City Hall. I ENGLISH literature, classes or private; special Shakespeare classes. Mrs. Ehrman. 1234 Bush. I PIANO and German; pupil of conservatory of Leipsic; lessons. 75c. 320 Golden Gate aye. i BOOKKEEPING, arithmetlcgrammar, writing; day and night: terms low. 1024 Mlsslon.nr.6th. EMPLOYMENT OFFICES. ORPHEUM Employment Offlce— Japanese. Chi- nese. 426 Powell, nr. Sutter; tel. Black 1321. JAPANESE-CHINESE Emp. Agency; all kinds help. GEO. AOKI. 30 Geary st: tel. Grant 56. EMPLOYMENT WANTED — Female. FIRST-CLASS Infants' nurse desires situation; best, of ref. ; city or country. D. CULLEN, " 325 Sutter st NEAT young girl desires situation at second work or nurse; city or country. D. CULLEN, 325 Sutter st ___^ . COMPETENT Norwegian girl desires situation at housework or cooking; best of ref.; city or country. D. CULLEN, 325 Sutter st YOUNG girl wishes situation as cook or do general housework. 473 Eddy, near Hyde. THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, MONDAY, AUGUST 28, 1899. EMPLOYMENT WANTED — Female. FIRST-CLASS German second girl desires sit- • uation: reference; city or country. MISS H. CULLINAN. 323 Sutter St. I COMPETENT woman with a child desires sit- i uation in country; good cook and house- | worker. MISS H. CULLINAN, 323 Sutter st I COMPETENT Swedish cook desires situation; | American family; good reference. MISS H. CULLINAN. 323 Sutter st FIRST-CLASS cook desires situation; under- stands all branches of cooking; city or coun- try. MISS H. CULLINAN. 323 Sutter St. YOUNG woman wishes a situation as house- keeper; understands cooking and is a good manager; good references. Call or write R. c, , 216 Brannan st. . COMPETENT laundress would like to do work ln exchange tor 2 partly furnished basement rooms. Apply at .312 Van Ness av^ SITUATION by -competent girl to do house- work and cooking;, wages $20. 651 Bay st, near Leavenworth. NEAT girl would like a position at upstairs | work. Apply at 1585 Post st. ' FIRST-CLASS dressmaker wishes a room In exchange for work. Box 2210. Call offlce. EXPERIENCED waitress wishes situation. 1 Call or address 1 Polk st. COMPETENT woman wants work by the day, washing or housecleaning. 615 Birch aye. EXPERIENCED laundress wants work by the day. Address 312 Van Ness aye. A NORWEGIAN woman wants to do washing and Ironing or sewing on Monday and Tues- day of every week. Call at 405 Turk st. AN American lady would like a position as housekeeper; widower preferred; city or country. Address 1007 Church st. COMPETENT person wants a place as cook, willing to assist; wages $20 to $30. Apply 103 Van Ness aye. PROTESTANT woman wishes position as man- aging housekeeper; city or country; wages $25; best of reterences. 1024 Noe St., near Twenty-fourth. COMPETENT woman wishes work by the day: first-class laundress; makes herself useful; best references given. 120 Wlldey St., near Steiner, bet. Bush and Tine. POOR woman with large family of children, being without friends, wishes to get an op- portunity to earn sufficient to get to her own country, Mexico. Address 775 Washington St., Oakland. WINCHESTER House, 44 Third st, near Mar- ket; 200 rooms; 25c to $1 60 night; $1 50 to $6 week; convenient and respectable; free 'bus and baggae to and from ferry. EMPLOYMENT WANTED Male. CHINESE and Japanese Employment Offlce; best help. 414% O'Farrell st. ; tel. East 426. WANTBD— By young man, window or house cleaning or other work; wallpaper cleaned. HENRY ANDERSEN, 952 Bush St.; tele- I phone East 963. STEADY, sober, young man wants situation taking care of horses, cows, garden; good driver; handy with all kinds of tools; refer- ences. Box 3206. Call. YOUNG man desires pos.. son with private family; can milk, care for horses and gar- j den; references. Box 3208, Call offlce. AS barkeeper, experienced In business, with best of personal references from last boss; single, middle-aged. A. 8.. 87 Third st. A GERMAN, 34, wants work as choreman on! I ranch or private place taking care of live- stock; good driver and milker; references given; wages $25. W. GRAUDENZER, 636 Commercial st YOUNG man wants place in saloon as porter ' to learn to tend bar. Address box 2208. Call. GARDENER wants situation; understands horses and cows; reference. Address room 62, 214 Third street. | STEADY, sober, young man, not afraid of | work, would like a position; can give refer- ; ence Box 3213. Call offlce. ALL-ROUND mechanic wants position; en- gineering, setting up, running and including , repairs; also accustomed to handling men; | reference. Address box 13SS, Call. JAPANESE couple want menial work at same place in tills city; board and room without. I Address TAMURA. 521 Jessie St. ENGINEER and machinist, young and active; used to any kind of stationary or traction en- gines, dynamos or motors; Al references. Box 3240, Call office. INDUSTRIOUS, sober and honest gentleman, understands the care of flne horses, cows, garden work, is handy with tools and has porter's experience, desires position. Box I 3245. Call. YOUNG man of 12 years' experience In com- mission business, with $1000. desires a re- j sponsible position; Al references. J. A. R.. 1 box 811. Oakland oflice Call. PHOTOGRAPHIC work by a man with some experience in most branches; climate, not wages, chief object. Address box 3277. Call. EXCHANGE. FINELY located city house, exchange for Ala- meda. Berkeley property: 6 lots Joining Stan- ford University, exchange for Alameda house. EITEL. P. ■<-*■■.. Market st EXPERT OPTICIANS. GEORGE MAYERLE. German expert optician. U'7l'4 Market St.. San Francisco. FLATS TO LET. A. M. SPECK & CO., 667 Market st. HOUSES. FLATS. 1010 Leaven worth.9 $40 2727 Jackson, 7 r $35 811 Ml-Sion, 8 r.537 50 056 McAllister. 7 r..530 534 Haight, 7 r.. 527 50 1349 Howard, 6 r $21 756 Folsom. 7 .821 00 1990 Ellis. 6 r $18 1184 Howard, 6 r.s2o 00 132 Scott. 6 r $ls 121 Cedar ay.. 5 r.sls 1609 Turk. 6 r $17 50 AN elegant sunny middle corner flat; modern i Improvements; 1000 Webster St., cor. Golden | Gate aye. A LOWER bay-window flat; 4 large rooms, bath, yard. 714 Franklin St., nr. Golden Gate. CLAY, 1443, bet. Leavenworth and Hyde — of the best built flats In the city; strictly first-class; 8 rooms and bath, with extra room In basement; rent reasonable. Box 3243, Call office^ '_ CLAYTON 572, -south of Frederick— Modern sunny flat, 5 rooms and bath; cheap. EDDY, 629— A strictly first-class upper 8-room flat; very sunny; rent reasonable. Box 3244. Call office. FLAT hunting made easy with the printed list you get from BALDWIN & HOWELL. 10 Montgomery st FLAT of 8 rooms and bath, $27 60. 669 Mc- Allister st FRANKLIN. 214— Nice clean sunny tenement; 6 rooms; modern Improvements; upper flat. ISIS, 3, near Twelfth and Folsom— Flat; 4 s\in- ny rooms: rent $13. LEAVENWORTH, 1519— of 5 rooms; mod- crn Improvements: rent $15. LOWER flat, 4 nice rooms. 14 Moss St.. bet. Sixth and Seventh, near Howard. $12. MIDDLE flat of 3 rooms. 1310 Larkin St. Apply 1318 Larkin st. MODERN bav-wlndow flat of 4 rooms and bath: rent $15. 245 Ninth St. NOE. 597-599. cor. Nineteenth— rooms, 13 50; 5 rooms, $17; sunny corner; water free. SEVENTH. 454, corner Bryant — 5 sunny rooms; cheap. Apply between 1 and 3. SINGLE lady wishes small family to take part of flat. 4059 Nineteenth St., near Castro. THIRD, 417%— Latest improved flats; lst, 8 rms., 2 kitchens; 2d, 7 rms., one kitchen; new build- ing; both double bay-window sunny suits. TWENTY-THIRD, 4073. near Castro— 3 sunny rooms; bath; large lot; $15; water free. ____ , 8 LARGE rooms. 29 Ringold st, bet. Eighth 8 LARGE rooms. 29 Ringold st., bet. Eighth and Ninth, Folsom and Howard; $8. 2 CHOICE sunny flats: 6 and 7 rooms, bath; sanitary plumbing. 1336-1340 Fell. nr. Baker. 2 FLATS, 3 rooms each; or as a whole; rea- sonable. 26 Derby place, off Taylor st. $10, $11— SUNNY flats; range; hot and cold water. 101 and 103 Prospect place, cor. Sacto. FLAT: 119 William St., near Post and Tay- j lor; 6 rooms and bath. Apply 112 William st. FURNITURE FOR SALE. $300— NICELY furnished flat of 7 rooms and bath; nearly new; rent low. 772 Stevenson i St., near Ninth. TAPESTRY Brussel carpet sewed, laid and j lined, 50c, 25c, 30c, 35c and 40c; linen warp matting. 15c per yard • for this week only. EASTERN OUTFITTING CO.. 1310-1312 Stockton st. 4 ROOMS furnished ln oak for $48 50. with No. 7 range. King Furniture Co.. 1127-1131 Market. FURNITURE WANTED. 2ND Highest cash price paid. 859 Mission. HELP WANTED — Female. 2 COOKS. $35 each; housework, Oakdale $30 Palo Alto $25. Oakland $20, Modesto $20, New- man $20, Belvedere $20, and several * other I towns; 10 waitresses and chambermaids, city and country, $20 and $25; a number of house- work girls, city. $25. 820 and $15; 8 young girls to assist, $10 to '$15. MISS H. CULLINAN,' 323 Sutter st.; phone Main 651. SEAMSTRESS, $25, see party here at 3 o'clock; second girl, 2 in family. $2S; 2 second girls, $20 and $15; nursegirl, $25; cook, institution, $35; helper, $25; cook and second girl, $25 and $20, same house; 50 houseglrls for city .'and country. MRS. NORTON, 313 Sutter st WAITRESSES registered free at HOTEL GA- ZETTE, 26 Montgomery st, room 12. .. HELP WANTED FemaIe. WANTED— 5 German and Scandinavian cooks, $30; second girl, washing for 1 child, $.n; Protestant second girl, $25; 3 German nurses, $20 and $25; 3 cooks boarding-houses. $2o; 16 waitresses, city and country, $20, and $6 a week; second girl, Napa. $20: 4 second girls. city. $20. Apply to J. F. CROSETT & CO.. 316 Sutter st . WANTED for country— Girl, general house- work. 2 In family, $25, for Merced.' see lady here: Protestant cook, plain wash, $2a; Red Bluff, $20; Sonoma $25; Shasta County. $20; Alameda, $25; Mariposa County. $20: Berke- ley. $25: San Rafael. $25; Chico, $20; Santa Rosa, $20; see most of the ladies at our of- fice Monday for these places. Apply to J. F. CROSETT & CO., 316 Sutter st. COOK, small country boarding house. $30. fare here. D. CULLEN. 325 Sutter st. TWO waitresses, city. $20 each; waitress and chambermaid. $20 each; 10 young girls as waitresses. $15 to $18. D. CULLEN. 325 Sutter. NEAT young girl to assist, $10 to $15 per month. D. CULLEN, 325 Sutter st HOUSEWORK, Santa Cruz. $30: Sausalito, $25; San Rafael; $25; Madera, $20; Stockton, $25; Oakland, $25; Palo Alto, $25: Modesto, $20; Berkeley, $20: Menlo, $30: Modesto. $25; Napa, $15; San Jose, $20; 2 boarding house cooks. $25 and $30: 15 young e-lrls for housework, $25 and $20; 12 young girls to assist, $12 and $15. D. CULLEN, 325 Sutter st. PLAIN laundress $20 per month. D. CUL- LEN, 325 Sutter St. "C. R. HANSEN & CO. .PHONE GRANT 185" Waitress for Fresno, Hanford, Williams, San Mateo. Salinas, Healdsburg, Camp Taylor, Benicia, Madera, many of them free fare; for the city, head waitress, $2,".. and 10 wait- resses, different city hotels. $20; 5 chamber- maids to wait, $20; 2 chambermaids, $20, country, see party .here. FAMILY ORDERS Nursery governess for country. $25. see parties here Monday; cook a"nd second girl, same place, $25 and $20; working housekeeper with a child for country, $12, fare paid; and a great many cooks and house girls, city and country, $15 to $30. C. R. HANSEN & CO.. 104 Geary st. WANTED— Waitress for hotel In Truekee, $20; fare advanced. Please apply to W. D. EWER & CO., 610 Clay st., GIRLS'. GIRLS! GIRLS! GIRLS! LEVI STRAUSS & CO.. at 32tt Fremont st, are putting In the very' best sewing ma- chines and will take in several hundred more operators on overalls; good wages. Apply to MR. DAVIS. - OPERATORS on shirts: a few apprentices taken. LEVI STRAUSS & CO.. 36V4 Fremont st. ; take elevator. ' WOMEN and girls— Apply Immediately. CALI- FORNIA CANNERIES CO., LTD.. Brannan St.. between Third and Fourth. EXPERIENCED canners wanted; apply Im- mediately. CALIFORNIA CANNERIES CO.. LTD.. Brannan St.. bet. Third and Fourth. WANTED— Women and girls to work on fruit: steady employment. . CODE - PORTWOOD CANNING CO., Tenth and Bryant sts. WANTED— GirI for general housework and cooking for Oakland: 3 in family; wages $25; see party Monday morning from 10 to 12 at 900 O'Farrell St., city. ELDERLY lady or young girl to take care of baby 2 years old and housework for 3; French preferred. Call until 9 a. m. and from 5 to 8 p. m., 609 Taylor st. GIRL for general housework: must be good cook with references; small family; good wages. 2627 California st, 2 to 5. ___^ GIRL for cooking and light housework; Jew- ish preferred; $20 month; references required. Appl- at 1342 Ellis St. WANTED— reliable woman for general housework and cooking. Apply 925 O'Farrell st, bet 1 and 3 to-day. THOROUGHLY experienced talloress on cus- tom coats; good wages; steady work. 1814 Market st. WANTED— GirI between 14 and 16 years to as- sist In light housework In return for good home and clothes. 2005 Pine st. NEAT girl about 15 years to assist with light housework; 2 children; sleep home. Call after 2 p. m.. 1599 Market ft. WANTED— Capable woman to work ln small rooming house; moderate wages. Apply 149 Taylor st. WANTED— GirI to cook, wash and Iron in Ala- meda County. Apply at 17 Sixth St., In store. WOMAN to assist with light housework and baby. 823 Larkin st. WANTED— Respectable girl to assist ln house- work. Inquire at 621 Haight st. WANTED— First-class talloress on flne coats. 231 Post St., room 27. WANTED— German girl; light housework; $8. 2312 Bryant st. FINISHERS and apprentices on coats, vests and pants. 541 Market st; WANTED— young girl for light housework. 1362 Geary st. GIRL for housework; small family; wages $10. Apply at 1025 Laguna st ' WANTED— American girl to do general house- work, 1115 Pierce st WANTED— 2 extra girls to wait at table. 608 Seventh st. , NEAT young girl for light housework; small family; good home. 616*4 Lombard st. GlRL— General housework; reference required. 221 Sanchez st. CHAMBERMAID at 52 Second st. ; one sleep- ing home preferred. NEAT girl; plain cooking; light housework; small family. 1245 O'Farrell st. WOMAN wanted to care for child; light housework. 46 Harriet St., upstairs. YOUNG girl to assist in housework. 914 O'Far- rellst ' FIRST-CLASS waitress and seamstress; best references. 1900 Jackson St., 9 to 12. YOUNG girl to assist in light housework. Call 638 Green st. :;"..* .*.. WANTED— Good woman to assist In delicacy kitchen. 619 Post st. FIRST-CLASS finishers on custom pants; 75c and $1 pair; steady work. 411 Kearny st. NEAT and capable girl for housework; wages $15. Call after 10 a. m. .710 Hyde st. GIRL for housework and cooking; 4 adults. Lower flat, 925 Fell st. • A YOUNG girl to mind children; wages $10. 913 Buchanan st. WANTED— A young woman to work In kitchen. 5 Polk st. WANTED— Talloress, cleaner, presser; steady WANTED— Talloress, cleaner, presser; steady work. 2519 Greenwich st, near Presidio. A FEW machines are yet vacant In our over- all department; bright young girls will be taken for Instruction; steady work assured and paid while learning. STANDARD SHIRT FACTORY, cor. Gough and Grove sts. AMERICAN man and wife, private family; wife good cook, man all-around workman; references exchanged. Address CHARLES . AYMER. 116 Fulton st. WANTED— lroners and machine hands for ladies' and children's wear at UNITED STATES LAUNDRY, Sixteenth St., near ' Valencia. NEAT, reliable girl to assist In very light housework and care of baby; good home; $5 per month. 1646 Hyde st WANTED— A girl for general housework and cooking to go to Fresno. Apply Monday. from 1 to 6, Baltimore Hotel. 1013 Van Ness. TEN bright energetic young salesladies; good- selling article. Call at photo studio, entrance to Presidio, Monday morning. MAKER and apprentice wanted at SELMA, Milliner, 687 Geary st. * WANTED— Finisher on custom coats. 102-104- - Battery st. WANTED— Experienced hands ln box factory. WEMPE BROS.. 127 Mission St. WANTED— Assistants on skirts. FRANCES* 796 Sutter st. , * FINISHER on coats; must be good operator. 956 Washington st. Oakland. WANTED— First-class finisher on custom- made coats. BS2H Folsom st. ■ WANTED— HeIp In kitchen. 118 Turk st. GIRL to wash dishes nights. Saturdays and Sundays for board. 742 O'Farrell st. GIRL to assist in private family. 375 Lexing- ton aye.. near Twenty-first and Valencia sts. WOMEN and girls wanted to work on fruit at 376 San Jose aye. __________ HELP WANTED M»le. FIVE barbers wanted for the city and coun- FIVF barbers wanted for the city and coun- try: car fare paid; good wages. Apply H. BERNARD. 104 Seventh st. TAILOR wanted. 232 Montgomery aye. COAT and vest makers for country. Apply REISS BROS.. 24 Sutter st. LIGHT porter. Apply to box 3255, Call offioe. WANTED-Lunch waiter. At 258 First st HELP WANTED MaIe. WANTED— Blacksmith and carpenter for ranch; engineer and separator man for thrash- . er, $3 to $4 day; machinist for country, $2 50 to $3 day; blacksmith; blacksmith's helper. $1 60 day and board; fruit peddlers, 75c a day; stablemen, $25 and found; 60 woodchoppers. $1 50 and $1 76 cord; 76 laborers for mines, railroad and other work, $1 75 to $2 40 day; 3 sheep herders, $20 to $25; butter-makers, $35; teamsters, $1 75 and $2 day, $30 and board; and many others. J. F. CROSETT ft CO., 628 Sacramento st. WANTED— fruit pickers, $1 day and board. long Job: 75 hop pickers, $1 per 100. J. F. CROSETT ft CO., t.28 Sacramento st. WANTED— Bedmaker, $9 week and room; cook and wife, country hotel, $65; cook and wife, miners' boarding house, $45; cook for 6 men, $25 and Increase; cook, small hotel, $30; restaurant cooks, $9 and $10 week; sec- ond cooks, $30 and $35; French or Italian cook, $50 to $55; restaurant and hotel wait- ers; dishwashers, $20, $25 and $30; kitchen men of all kinds; second bread bakers, $25; bell boy, $13 and found; elevator boy, and others. Apply to J. F. CROSETT & CO., 628 Sacramento st. •••••• FOR MONDAY Offlce open 7 a. m Phone Grant 185 C. R. HANSEN ft CO.. 104 Geary st. Em- ployment agents offlce fee and railroad fare, both free 6 stonemasons ; $3 50 a day 16 stonemasons' helpers...'. $2 50 a day . 25 tunnelmen, drillers, etc.. to $2 75 a day % 60 four-horse teamsters $? a day 60 two-horse teamsters $175 a day 100 laborers shovelers, etc..sl 75 to $2 a day FOR THE COAST RAILROAD. C. R. HANSEN ft CO.. 104 Geary Bt „ . FREE FARE. 25 2 and 4 horse teamsters.. s2 day, board $4 60 16 plow holders and dumpers $2 15 a day 15 laborers $1 76 a day 6 men to help timber a tunnel $2 a day FOR THE VALLEY RAILROAD. C. R. HANSEN ft CO.. 104 Geary st. FREE FARE. Scraper gang foreman $50 and found 12 teamsters. $190 a day; board $4 50. For new work In the Interior. C. R. HANSEN ft CO.. 104 Geary st. FREE FARE. 2 camp waiters, $25 each, coast road; dish- washer. Valley road. $25. C. R. HANSEN ft CO.. 104 Geary st ORCHARDS, VINEYARDS AND FARMS. ETC. 6 prune pickers, Santa Clara Co., 30 peach pickers, Yolo and Butte Cos., 15 almond pickers. Contra Costa and Yolo Cos., all $1 a day and found; about 2 months' work; ex- perienced apple packer. $28 and found. 75 grape pickers about September 1. $1 and found; threshing boss, $4; teamster, $25 and found; choreman, $15; hostler, $50; hostler, $30 and found, stablehand, $25 and found; ex- tra harness cleaner, $1 50 and found; man to whitewash. $20 and found; laborers for a brickyard. $1 and found. 2 carpenters, city. $2 50: 2 helpers, $2, long Job; blacksmith. $40 and found. C. R. HANSEN ft CO.. 104 Geary St. HOTELS, restaurants, bakeries, laundries Meat cook, railroad eating house, $50; sec- ond cook, country hotel, $50; cook, chophouse. $12 a week; second cook, $10 a week; second cook, chophouse, $8 a week; night cook, $8 a week; cook, small hotel, city, $30; cook, small country hotel, $30; pastry baker, $40; second baker, no Sunday, country shop, $36; butcher, city, $30; country, $30 Walters, $9 a week, $8 a week; dumb- waiter tender, $25; nurses' hall waiter, hotel, $25; waiter, country hotel, $25; porter, res- taurant, $25. Laundryman and wife, country hotel; mark- er and distributor, hotel. $40 and found; plain Ironer and mangier. Institution, $25 and found; washer, $30. Potwashers, dishwashers, vegetablemen and kitchen hands, $30 to $15 and found, city and country. Colored cook, $40; colored waiter, country club. $30. Bellboy, country club. $15; bellboys, city, $25. $16, $15. $13 and $10. C. R. HANSEN ft CO., 104 Geary st. CHEF, $75; second cook. $50; for country hotel, north. C. R. HANSEN ft CO., 104 Geary st. FREE FARE' GRAPE PICKERS GRAPE PICKERS 60 men and strong boys to pick grapes for largest vineyard in California, wages $1 per day and board for working days, remember this Is free fare and not deducted from wages, call early and get your tickets, office fees re- duced to $1: 5 young farm hands for orchard ln Santa .■'Clara County, $26 and board; 25 farm hands for good steady Jobs ln different counties near San Francisco, $25 and $26; man about private place, near city, horse, cow, garden, $25 to $30 and found; 5 milkers, different places, $25 and $30; 2 men handle freight on bay steamers, no experience re- quired, $45 and board; 4-horse teamsters, near city, general hauling on road and free fare, $30 and found; cooks, waiters and others. W. D. EWER ft CO., 610 Clay st. WANTED, for milk and butter depot ln city, middle-aged man as salesman, etc.; $20 per month and board and lodging. W. D. EWER ft CO.. 610 Clay st. BELLBOY. $12: sleep home. MISS H. CULLI- NAN. 323 Sutter st. BUTLER. $30 per month. MISS H. CULLI- NAN, 323 Sutter st. BARKEEPER. $30: waiters. $25. HOTEL GA- ZETTE, 26 Montgomery st., room 12. » FIVE firemen for steamer: wages $40 per month. At HERMAN'S, 26 Steuart st. PANTS pressmen wanted at S. N. WOOD ft CO.. cor. Powell and Eddy st 6. WAITER wanted. 108 Hayes st; call early. BOY for underpresslng on coats. BELASCO ft HARRIS CO., 541 Market st. TINSMITH and boy wanted. Apply to POWER ft PIKE, 17 Drumm st. ryy. BOY wanted to work In fruit store. Apply 930 Fillmore st. AN old man to wash dishes. 116*4 Taylor st. WOODCARVER wanted. 119 Main st. WANTED— Night cashier; between 10 and 11 a. m. 29 Stockton st. YOUNG man. German speaking, for saloon, ' lunchman. 1053 Market st. WANTED— Boy to run elevator. FAIRMOUNT HOTEL, Market and Fell sts. LUNCH waiter for 605 Montgomery st. WANTED— washer for hand laundry. 639 Ho rd st. ; call early. WANTED— 6 men; light work; steady Job. 376 San Jose aye. COOK and dishwasher wanted. Apply Park Hotel. IS3O Haight st. STRONG, willing young man wanted to learn pressing on custom pants. 411"^ Kearny et. ■ BOY in confectionery store. 1503 Geary st. * TWO barbers; steady work. 797 Mission st. WANTED— Lunch waiter. 17 Washington st. WANTED— 2 lunch waiters. O. K. Saloon, 32 Second st. * DISHWASHER— man preferred. Star Hotel, 1530 Kentucky st, Potrero. WANTED A sober, experienced bedmaker; wages, $20 and room. 664>,2 Howard st. WANTED — Boy, 17 years old to drive butcher wagon; reference. Box 3207, Call office. YOUNG I man for bakery or learn trade; best chance to learn. 127 Fifth st. GOOD barber wanted; steady. 479 Ninth st. WANTED— A good barber; steady. Inquire at 116 Larkin st. . BOY to learn trade ln bakery; wages 812. 913 Buchanan st. GOOD dishwasher at 269 O'Farrell st; call early; wages $23. WANTED An experienced tobacco stripper. 995 Market st. ■*...* * - BOY wanted to learn horseshoeing and black- smithing. Apply 1718 Fillmore st. GOOD waiter. 1390 Turk st; call early. WANTED— and diamond setter; steady- position to first-class man; must have good references. : Baldwin Jewelry Co., 844-846 Market st. 500 MEN— to-day; get a pair of shoes, some nearly new, from 50c to $1 50: new shoes, slightly damaged, half price. 562 Mission st., bet. lst and 2d sts.; open 6 a. m. to 9 p. m. WANTED— 2O laborers for Point Richmond: wages $2: also 10 hammer and drill men. wages $2 26. - Apply JAMES A. McMAHON. 210 Spear st. WANTED— 4 men to carry advertising banners; good pay. Apply early Monday morning to E. R. MOSS, 11 Stockton St.; top floor. 60 FIRST-CLASS carpenters at Goat Island. CAMPBELL ft PETTUS. WANTED Coatmaker and experienced press- ers on custom coats. 102-104-106 Battery st. A FIRST-CLASS tinsmith wanted. Apply 685 Mission st."- r-y/7 ■.-,.- ;-•*■ .. - A STEADY man wanted to milk 15 cows. Ap- ply 333^4 . Fourth st. ' -. : GOOD home for elderly man to care horses and work around place; small wages. . 333 Vi 4th st. WANTED . — A flrst-elass ladles' tailor. FRANCES. 796 Sutter st. WANTED— Man for nursery work and florist business. 500 Haight st. WANTED— apprentice to learn Jewelry trade. Apply JUL MILLER, 13 Trinity st. • WANTED— A dishwasher in restaurant. 113 Turk st .. ■ .7-.y-.'-7y--:, :*x . HELP WANTED— MaIe. "^ttrillyTrE^ MAW 5848 "SSnJ tmßpfotment and Labo^ Agents B sandstone cutters and ..STON E MASONS. .„ m' labored' ' San" Mateo Co.. fare 50c $60 26 laborers: 20 miles away, fare free........560 IJKSLf^jut^o^^'^ %&&£&& " a ■• ■ COACHMEN 75 * day:..C.°.M^. "COACHMEN « h.v DRIERS ' HAMMERSMEN . .S3 day epir^o??enLde?sßfiate splitters . bl^kmaker. INDIAN FRANCISCO CALL SUNDAY 12 two-horse teamsters iii'an'd found 12 four-horse teamsters kin" and found 3 four-horse teamsters W ana rouna 26 laborers, shoveling... •• •-•-•■; 'PX'r V BINET- milk wagon driver. $25 and found, CABINET- MAKERS •■•• «5 2 strong men for 'act0nr..........^.. •••••♦ \t S.abonfer™rorf Manuring CoV.^^nd 1 16 96 STABLEMEN. $35; $40 130 $2 and found. vseaitssss^Siß^^ MURRAY & READY. 634-636 Clay st. BOILERMAKERS .... BLACKSMITHS 3 boilermakers. country J°b3- •"„'•;;,;* ,30 ZPZ-. 3 bollermakers, country J0b5 ...... ■■■■ »•> ' £ "*> 19 blacksmiths. $2 60, $2 day. $50. $40. $30 ana £°v n? ; • •.■-'• wkgonma ker's Carriage .......»..•••••■ •" ,?*dav Machinists and engineers. $4 and w aay ... MURRAY ft READY. 634 and 636 Clay St. PUBLIC WORK •'••• 12 4-horse teamsters. J^%V*xl'--nii • FOR A STATE SENATOR .... ■••••• 10 teamsters, fare $1 50. 4 horses, $34 and fd. MURRAY & READY. 634 and 636 Clay St. _ ....ARE "YOU MARRIED?. . ••••••••' '''y-'P'' f, farmers and wives 2 cooks and wives 3 m.r.keerrsB and" $Z. ,W.j*»fj «*£™* 2 gardeners and wives. MURRAY ft READY. 634 and 636 Clay st. _ TO-DAY FOREMEN ;:'""X'r'',',lU Foreman for a farm $*>0 and round Foreman for crew of grape pickers. s3o and ia. 3 foremen for grading camps. sso to $60 ana ia. Foreman, mason, stone and c0ncrete.......... $4 50 day and found MURRAY & READY, 634 and 636 Clay st. $35 and $30 and FOUND FRUIT PICKERS Men and boys (no experience required) ftb fruit pickers and tule pickers, fare 50c, $00 and found; 82 fruit pickers, north, fare $1 50, $30 and found; 54 fruit pickers, Solano Coun- ty, fare $1 25, $30 and found ; 83 grape pickers, south, fare $3, $30 and found; 18 fruit pick- ers, fare $1, $30 and found; 24 fruit pickers, Santa Clara County, $23 and found; 126 fruit pickers, north, $30 and found OFFICE FEE ONLY $1 Many places to work In packing and drying houses; ship fruits to California and Eastern markets, also to Europe; 90 days' MURRAY ft READY, 634-636 Clay St. R. R R. R R. R R. R R. R. WE SHIP YOU FREE FREE FARE NEW S. P. R. R. work at Madera 10 laborers 10 teamsters MURRAY ft READY. 634-636 Clay st. FARE FREE TO. .LOS ANGELES.. DISTRICT 20 teamsters and laborers, $1 75, $1 90 day and found. MURRAY' ft READY, 634 and 636 Clay st. FREE— TO GREAT R R'S..ALL R .BUT ONE R R (The one we don't ship to Is COAST R. R.) DRILLERS LABORERS, TEAMSTERS, MUCKERS, HAMMERSMEN, PLOWHOLD- ERS, ETC WAGES from $3 day Located from peaks of Shasta Mountains to Bay of Santa Barbara, from San Francisco on the west to Nevada on the east. COME AND SEE FREE— MURRAY ft READY, 834 and 636 Clay st. R. R SOMETHING NEW R. R. 5 stone or concrete masons, fare $1 25. 53 50 day 6 laborers $125, $2 day MURRAY ft READY, 634 and 636 Clay st. AMONG GOLD MINES 20 teamsters, part fare paid $2 day 15 laborers, part fare paid $2 day MURRAY ft READY, 634 and 636 Clay St. BIG MONEY ON FARMS. ETC 83 farm and orchard hands, for all parts of California, $45, $40, $35, $30, $26, $25 and found, $3 50 day; strong men to bale hay $3 50 day and found MILKERS AND BUTTERMAKERS 22 milkers and buttermakers, $35, $30, $25 and found 26 hay and harvest hands $2, $150, $125 day and found MURRAY & READY. 634 and 636 Clay st. CHORE MEN AND BOYS 32 chore men, men and boys to work on • farms, orchards, vineyards, dairies, factories, manufacturing companies, stores, cash boys, office boys, learn trades, bell and elevators, for Institutions.,- etc. MURRAY ft READY. 634 and 636 Clay st. | , GOVERNMENT— WORK 15 carpenters, 8 hours, free fare $3 day Upholsterers and sash and doormakers. .$3 day Wood turners, mill bench hand, $3 and $2 75 I day. MURRAY ft READY. 634 and 636 Clay. WE PAY YOUR FARES TO 39 SAWMILLS. WOODS IN CALIFOR- NIA (No experience required.)... YOU WILL SUIT I 216 laborers, wheel sawdust, pile lumber, car- I ry off, learn to run machines and 60 other Jobs, $26 to $40 per month and found ALSO crosscut sawyers, lumber pliers Tree fellers, setters for mills, section hands, bark peelers, head donkey men and 55 other Jobs; from $90, $85, $80, $75. $60. $30, $40. $30 and found Tallymen, tail edger hands WOODCHOPPERS. TIE MAKERS. SHIN- GLE BOLT MAKERS by the hundreds, $2, $1 50, $1 per cord, 12c each. MURRAY ft READY, 634-636 Clay St. GOLD mines Silver mines Other mines 39 laborers (no experience required). $60. MURRAY ft READY. 634-636 Clay St. COOKS WAITERS DISHWASHERS 24 c00k5. ...560, $50. $43, $40, $30. $25 and found 23 waiters $35, $30, $25, $20 and found Above places are for hotels, restaurants, coffee houses., mines, ranches, camps, insti- tutions, sporting resorts, saloons; shoemak- ers, bedmakers, porters, bell and elevator boys. janitors. MURRAY ft READY. 634 and / 636 Clay st. LAUNDRYMEN BAKERS Laundrj'men, Institution $30 and found Polisher, ironer, starcher, etc.. 535," $30 and fd. 1 first. 4 second, 5 third bakers, also -boys to learn, $40. $35. $30, $25. $20. $15, $10 and found. MURRAY ft READY. 634 and 636 Clay st BUTCHER wanted who understands meat cut- ting. 1655 Mission st. GET your shoes half-soled while waiting, 35e to 50c. 562 Mission St., bet. lst and 2d sts. TAILOR, cleaner and pressers wanted. 2819 Greenwich St.. near Presidio. MEN wanted ti learn barber trade In eight weeks; only Institution teaching the tonso- rial art; constant practice; expert Instruction; lectures on dermatology; Pat. wages; positions guaranteed: call or write for Illustrated cata- logue. Mohler's Barber College, 633 Clay st. WANTED— Teamsters to drive scrapers; wages $1 75 and $2; board, $4 50 per week. Apply E. B. STONE'S camp, near San Pablo station. on Valley Road. WANTED — and mechanics to know that Ed Rolkln, Reno House proprietor, still runs Denver House. 217 Third st. ; 150 large rooms; 25c per night; $1 to $2 per week. SAILORS and ship carpenters for Europe, Hawaiian Islands. Manila, Alaska. New York. W. LANE. Shipping Agent. 504-506 Davis st. MEN and women to learn barber trade at S. F. BARBER COLLEGE. 138 V. Eighth St. PENSIONS— J. H. SHEPARD ft CO.. attor- neys,- Hearst bldg., Third and Market. GENT'S fine calf shoes to order. $2 50 up; sole- ing, 30c up; heeling, 15c up. 923 Howard st. BARBERS' Progressive Union; free employ- m't. H Bernard. Sec, 104 7th: tel. Jessie 1164. TRY our 15c meals; best ln city. 406 McAllis- ter st. MEN can learn barber trade for $5 at 1542 Mar- ket st. ; free shaving In students' department. SAILORS and ordinary seamen for coast and Australia at HERMAN'S. 26 Steuart St. 200 SINGLE furnished rooms, 10c. 15c and 25c per night. Llndell, 6th and Howard: read. rm. SINGLE rooms. 15c. 20c. 25c per night; 75c, $1 ,to $2 50 week. Elcho House, 863% Market st. TRY Acme House, 957 Market St.. below Sixth. for a room; 25c a night: $1 a week. WINCHESTER Hotel. 44 Third St., near Mar- ket; 700 rooms, 25c night; reading room; free 'bus and baggage to and from the ferry. CHEAPEST and best In America— Weekly Call. 16 pages, sent to any address In the United States or Canada one year for $1. postage paid. HORSES. LIVE STOCK, Etc — For Sale MULES— One car large and one car small mules for sale; also pasturage for 1000 head of stock the year round; a special field of alfalfa, Egyptian corn and other kinds of feed to fatten 600 head of cattle by Jan. 1, 1900. J. M. CANTY. Grayson, Cal. 40 HORSES for sale; also wagons, buggies. carts, harness. Grand Arcade Horse Market. 327 Sixth st.; auction sales every Wednesday. SULLIVAN ft DOYLE. Auctioneers. FANCY carriage, saddle and road horses. DAL- 7.TEL. Veterinary Dentist. 605 Golden Gate ay. HOUSES TO LET. ~~ HOUSE hunting made easy with the printed list you get from BALDWIN ft HOWELL, 10 Montgomery at. MINNA, 6S— House; 9 rooms, sunny side; rent cheap; key at 585 Mission st. * ... TWO flne houses ln splendid condition; 3386 and 3392 Twenty-first St., cor. Guerrero; 7 and 12 room*. . FO If rent. 4 rooms and bath, 429 Douglass St.; key next door. . $11— HOUSE of six rooms and bath. 735 Laurel aye., near Turk and Buchanan sts. THREE-STORY bay-window house in good order, with large yard and stable; 1829 How- ard st. Apply to the owner, E. ROBINET, 411% California st. CHEAPEST and best in America— The Weekly Call, 16 pages, sent to any address in the United States or Canada one year for. It nostaae paid. '*• HOUSES— LODGING For Sale. LODGING house; corner; 14 rooms; all bay- windows; full; $500 cash; cause of selling sickness. 225 Mason St., cor. O'Farrell. handsomely furnished. COAST EX. HAM, E CO., 719 Market St. f6OO-LODGING-HOU sFl^r sale; 13 rooms. Inquire 87 Third st. f°r Bale: I ~* HOWARD. 715— Elegant lodging-house; 200 sun- ny rooms; Investigate immediately. HYPNOTISM. " POST graduate, hypnotic school-hospital 325 Ellis; fee with private room, board 'and treatment, $15 a week. LOST AND FOUND. " LOST— San Francisco Saturday evening August 26. 1899, in the neighborhood of the ferry depot, a purse containing a small sum of money and a sun breastpin cemented with a sapphire stone, surrounded by 36 .-hipped diamonds. Finder will please return to J. ROHAN, Fifth and Washington sts., Oak- land, and receive liberal reward. LOST— Flllmore-st. car, Saturday evening, from Sixteenth. Valencia to Washington, bag opera glassess, eye glasses. Return to 520% Valen- cia st. ; reward. LADY'S gold watch. Market, between Sixth and Seventh sts; reward. MRS. E. F. SCHULZ, 816 O'Farrell st. ; no questions asked. -.. .■**. -**. LOST— Small black Cocker spaniel dog, heav- ily feathered; has on nickel link and leather collar; has been missing several days. Re- turn to 1352 Market st. Liberal reward. LOST— Sealskin cape at corner of Call build- ing, Saturday night, Aug. 26; suitable re- ward if returned. 511 Capp st. LOST or strayed, last Thursday night, a brown horse and light buggy. Return to Blackhawk Stables, Valencia and Twenty-third sts. LOST— S2 50 reward; pug dog; name Duke; mole on eyelid. F. SCHMIDT, 425 Ellis st. BOX containing plate holders, lens, on Market, near Ninth. Return to 94 Third. Reward. LOST— Ladles' diamond oin. Return to J. P. SHANNON, 750 Market st. Liberal reward. LOST— August 24 or 25, locket with son's pic- ture. Return to 115 Ninth St.; liberal re- ward. _^______________ LOST — Maltese cat; name "Boss." Liberal re- ward at 3656 Twentieth st. MEDICAL. A SURE safe and speedy cure for all female diseases; all those who are sick or discour- aged should call on the doctor and state their cass before going elsewhere; they will find ln her a true friend; a home for patients with every comfort convenience of a hospi- tal and privacy of a home; consultation free and /confidential; home treatment. $5; no In- struments used; satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded by MRS. DR. GWYER, 510 Eddy st, bet. Hyde and Larkin; offlce hours. 10 to 12, 2 to 4 and 7 to 8. Sundays by ap- pointment only. * A TREATMENT that never fails to restore instantly all cases of monthly Irregularities. from whatever cause; guaranteed cure at of- fice; $5 positively; no instruments used; safe and sure; cure at any time when others fall; absolute success and safety guaranteed; tray- elers helped at once; can return home same day; save time and expense by consulting flrst the only reliable ladles' physician of long and successful practice; confidential ad- vice free. MRS. DR. KOHL, 1122 Market St.. bet. Mason and Taylor. Office hours. 9 a. m. to sp. m.. 7 to 8 p. m. ; Sundays, 9 to 4. A TREATMENT that restores Instantly all cases of monthly irregularities (from what- ever cause); safe and sure: relief guaranteed at any time when others have failed; travel- ers helped instantly and can return home th» same day: no instruments used; cure at of- fice, $5; home in confinement; skillful medical attention; all can save time and expense by consdltlnK the doctor, free, before going else- where: MRS. DR. WYETH. 942 Post St.. bet. Hyde and Larkin: hours, 10 to 5 and 7 to 8 p. m.; Sundays. 10 to 12 and 2to 4 p. m. MRS. DR. WEGENER, 1312 Golden Gate aye.— Expert in diseases of women; safe, quick cure for all female complaints; private home in confinement; every comfort: Infants adopt- ed; best of care and medical attention: in- stant relief for travelers; all those who are sick or discouraged should call; they will find a true friend and adviser; consult free; self- cure. $5: can be used at home. ■ ALL ladles— C only Dr. and Mrs. M. Davies, true friends of all Invalids, men and women; 60 years' practice; safe and quick cure guar- anteed: any disease or Irregularis : disgrace avoided; kind sympathy and aid: sure relief. though else fn'- delicacy. privacy, home. etc.; babies adopted; travelers treated; no de- lav; self-cure sent, call or write: free; confi- dential. MRS. M. DAVIES, 1228 Market st. pills, $1; very strong. $2. IMPORTANT— A great progress in medical sci- ence for female troubles, from whatever cause: every woman her own physician; no matter how long standing; travelers helped at once; safe: call on a physician with men's knowledge: cure, $5; restores In one day and prevents disgrace; can be sent: consultation free; ladies' nhvslcian. practice 37 years. DR. POPPER. 318 Kearny st. A— DR. G. W. O'DONNELL. world-renowned female specialist, relieves monthly irregular- ities, from whatever cause. Dr. O'Donnell has treated successfully more cases of Irreg- ularities than any other physician; never falls to cure: consult him first, save time and money; treatment can be used at home; con- sultation free; call or write. 1023% Market st. DR. WONG WOO, herb doctor; Chinese tea and herb sanitarium. 764-766 Clay St.. San Francisco; all diseases cured exclusively by Chinese herbs, over 3000 varieties being used: advice free; hours, 9:30 to 11 a. m., 1 to 3 and 7 to 9 p. m. ALL female complaints cured in 24 hours: well known, reliable, safe, sure; maternity home; no Instruments: consultation free. confidential; home treatment, MRS.ALLEN,22SVanNess. ALPEAU'S French pills, a boon to ladies with female troubles; no danger; safe cure; $2 50; expressed C. O. D. ; don't delay until too late. OSGOOD BROS., Coast Agents, Oakland, Cal. A— DR. AND MRS. SILVA, 215% Mason St.— Private home In confinement; ladies' friend ln trouble: terms reas.: call and be convinced. NICE private home In confinement at the most reasonable price in the city; Infants adopted. MRS. M. PFEIFFER. midwife, 2012 Folsom. PRIVATE home In confinement, by German midwife: Infants adopted into good homes; rm. for Invalid. 521 Eddy; phone Hyde 2553. DU PRAE'S Female Regulating Pills; safe and efficient emmenagogue: $1 per box. RICH- ARDS ft CO., .elsts. 406 Clay, sole agents. DR. and Mrs. Wise. 1118 Market— lnstant relief for monthly troubles or money back; $5 up. MRS. ACHARD.-.ildwife; pleasant sunny horns ln confinement. 156 Second St.; tel. Green 52. DR. WONG HIM, herb doctor, treats all dis- eases of the human body. 115 Mason st. CHEAPEST and best In America— Weekly Call, 16 pages, sent to any address in the United States or Canada one year for $1. noatage paid. * MINING AND ASSAYING. GOLD discovered; rich placer claims in Placer Co.; open for location. Call for particulars A. BLAND. 5044 Franklin St.. Oakland. " 1 MISCELLANEOUS — For Sale. MISCELLANEOUS — For Sale. BOILERS, engines, 2-hand machinery. Me- INTOSH ft WOLPMAN, 195-197 Fremont st. BARS, back bars, mirrors, showcases, coun- ters, linoleum, office furniture, store and of- . flee furniture and fixtures; new and second- hand. J. NOONAN, 1017-1019-1021-1023 Mis- sion St.. above Sixth. BARS, counters, showcases, shelving, mirrors. bought, sold and exchanged. 1063 Mission st! TWO French ' beveled mirrors; perfect; 40x64 inches; Just made by mistake too large; a bargain; in frames or without frames. JOi.ES, 547 Mission st. ASK for $18 guitar; price $7. UNCLE HAR- RIS, 15 Grant aye. DO you know of any tools or machinery for sale? EPSTEIN, 648 Mission, pays comm. COMPLETE- set of locksmith tools. Including some stock. Box 2211, Call. BILLIARD tables; few remodeled, good as new; cheap for cash or Installments. THE BRUNSWICK-BALKE CO., 655 Market st. PURE distilled water ice, $3 50 per ton car- loads, f. o. b. ; $4 for less; sack packing and cartage extra. Tel. South 463. Consumers' Ice Co.. 420 Eighth st., S. F. A- $2O SUIT for $10. ORIGINAL MISFIT CLOTHING PARLOR, 613 Montgomery st. A— s3 50 DERBY and Fedora hats, $1 75 Popu- lar Price Hatters. 330 Kearny st., near Pine. DESKS, and card tables; desks c- changed, repaired; furniture bought. 244 Stockton st. ENGINES for*automoblles; carriages separate parts furn. Dynamic Eng. Co., 1309 Mission. BOILERS, engines, lathes, wood planers. 12-14 In. gas engine; 2d hand. J. Burke, 139 Beale. SAFES— New and second hand. THE HER- MANN SAFE CO.. 417-421 Sacramento st. BOILERS and engines, second hand; also wine making mach'y. Krogh Mfg. Co., Stevenson st. 2D-HAND engines, boilers, machinery, dyna~ mos. bought, sold. H. S. WHITE, 516 Mission. SAFES— Bargains in new and second-hand, all sizes; half original cost. 109-111 Market. S. F. CHEAPEST and best in America— The Weekly Call. 16 pages, sent to any address in ths United States, postpaid, for $1 per year. : :;, . MISCELLANEOUS WANTS. WANTED— To hire, 100 firlt^ciasVscrapeTteams with harness and pead bars; long Job. E B . STONE. Elmhurst. ' a' DO you know any tool machinery for sale? EPSTEIN. 648 Mission, pays commission.