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UPPER flat— 3 choice sunny rooms; pantry;
storeroom; $12. .2419 Clay et., near Fillmore.
BORROW money of the respectable an<l relia-
ble house or UNCLE HARRIS. 15 Grant aye.
RESIDENCE— 9 rooms; lot 27:6x127:8: $6000;
Clay, near Webster. GEO. "W. CHAPIN, 11
Montgomery st.
FOR sale— Cheap, new I-atory houses; 1 rooms;
latest improvements: Noe and Hill its.; near
Castro-it, cars; patent sidewalk; |
A BRANCH office for Call advertisements aad
subscriptions has been established at 1094 Va-
lencia St.
A BRANCH office for Call advertisement* and
subscriptions has been established at th«
northwest corner of Twenty-second &a 4 i£ea-
tucky ets.; open till » p. m.
DRESS pants, $2 75; fine suit. $10. MISFIT
CLOTHING PARLORS. 513 Montgomery at.
BOILERS, engines, drill presses, planers.lathes.
Iron & wood: 2d-hand. J. BURKE. 139 Beale.
NEW style Singer sewing machine; S drawers;
oak; complete; cheap. 1915 Mission, nr. 15th.
FLAT 4 sunny rooms, stable; rent $16. 1 Isls
st., near Twelfth and Folsom.
STRAIGHT bona fide bargain;- dependable,
splendidly located new modern house: roust
be told Immediately ; 9 sunny rooms; will be
aold very cheap. 171 Carl st.. Haight-st. cars,
transfer at Masonic aye. :
NEW cottages, houses and flats for sale on
Pierce and Waller ata., near Halght; over 30
houses sold in same block. Terms to ault by
F. NELSON, builder. . •
ELECTRIC light bath cabinet; 54 lights. Ad-
dress box 4194. Call office.
NEW No. E8 Majestic range, with steam table
and cooker. Address box 4193, Call office.
I"LUIGI RICCA" famous Italian mandolin at
a a bargain. Plaza Loan Office, 702 Kearny at.
A— s3 50 DERBY and Fedora hatß. $1 75. Pop-
ular Price Hatters, 330 Kearny at, nr. Pln«.
VAN NESS aye.. 308— Elegant suites, single
rooms and housekeeping suites; suitable for
doctor or dentist.
BORROW on planes, furniture, 'diamonds,
paintings; secrecy. Uncle Harris, 15 Grant m.r.
A BRANCH office for the reception of adver-
tisements and subscriptions haa been opened
at 1223 Polk st. ; open till »p. in.
A. M. SPECK & CO.", 667 Market St.
8 Willow ay.,6 r.516]1345 Howard, 6 r $19
1706 Mason. 5 r 10(2428 Geary. 6 r 20
2937 Calif.. 5 r 15(2328 Flllmore, 6 r 25
ELEGANT new flat; 6 rooms and bath; large
basement. 715 Grove st.
FLAT hunting made easy with the printed list
you - get from BALDWIN & HOWELL, 10
Montgomery at.
•$3000 FOR an excellent northwest corner on
Dolores st.. 1 block from the proposed Park
Panhandle; worth at least $4500 to-day; see-
ing Is believing; Investigate this and be con-
vinced. Address Owner.
G. M. B. GRAY.
454 Ninth St.. Oakland.
GEORGE MAYERLE. German expert optician.
1071H Market St., San Francisco; exam. free.
BORROW money on diamonds and watches;
low Interest. UNCLE HARRIS. 15 Grant aye.
SALESMAN wanted— Am prepared to make ex-
traordinary inducements to two or three ex-
perienced successful subscription book sales-
men. For particulars address or call upon
after Monday. Manager, room 622, 927 Markpt.
RELIABLE man to drive wagon, solicit and
deliver orders at' the American Clothing Re-
novatory. Dyeing and Cleaning Works; small
capital required. Apply to GUS BENZOTT,
150 Eddy st. - ¦'
SHOEMAKER wanted; must be all around
man, capable of doing fine custom work;
steady situation. Address box 535. Call office.
800 PAIRS men's shoes, slightly damaged, half
price. 562 Mission St.. between Ist and 2d sts.
SEAMEN and creen hands, for cruise south.
327 Pacific at.
MAN to handle new money-making store arti-
cle. Small capital. required. 320 Parrott bldg.
BARBER for Saturday and Sunday. 112 First
street. ¦: .
ACTIVE .young man to drive laundry wagon
and solicit trade. Box 4195. Call office.
GET your shoes half-soled while waiting; 25c to
50c. 562 Mission st:. ' between Ist and 2d sts.
SEAMEN, green bands and ordinary seamen.
at HERMAN'S. 26|Steuart st.
WANTED— IOO men to try our 15c breakfast,
dinner or supper; best In city. 406 McAllister.
HOWARD. 715— 200 sunny rooms: nicely fur-
nished; every convenience: electric lights.
HOWARD. 829— Clean, respectable; 25c-$l per
night: »l-$3 per week: Howard cars to door.
HOWARD. 1153— Newly furnished rooms: sin-
gle and double; front suite suitable for doctor
or dentist.
MASON. 213',»— Nicely furnlsJwd sunny room;
reasonable; quiet and homelike.
MINNA 667 corner Eighth— Newly furnished
bay-window room. $1 per week: transient.
NEW Arlington. 1015 Market— Nicely furnished;
33c day up; $3 week up: transient.
O'FARRELL. 20 — Sunny furnished rooms and
offices; elevator: electric lights; day. wk.. mo.
O'FARRELL. 504— Furnished suite; sunny rea-
aonable; to rentlemen. _
PERRY, 3* — Newly furnlahed sunny front room
for gentleman; also single; private family.
ROYAL House, 12« Ellis St.— lncandescent light,
reading-room, smoking-room and ladles* par-
¦lor- rooms, per night, 35c to $1 SO; week, $2 to
$s : month. $3 to $30; elevator on office floor:
rooms with hot and cold water; baths.
SHERMAN Apartment House. 28 Klgbth st.
near Market— Furnished and unfurnished.
THE Oaks. 119 Third— A good rooming house.
for good people. R. HUGHES, Proprietor.
TWENTY-FIRST. 32M. nr. Mission— Furnished
front bay-window room; gas and bath.
VALENCIA, 534H— Single or double furnished
. rooms; reasonable.
AT less than cost: uncalled-for suits and
trousers to be sold at Charles Lyons', the
London Tailor, 721 Market st.
In the History Building.
FOR SALE— One choice fresh family cow; Jer-
sey and Durham. Inquire 3578 Mission st. ;
ELEGANT fawn beaver cape; silk lined; latest
model; bargain; $50. Room 11, 1421 Market st.
NEW arid second-hand slot machines bought
and sold. W. C. BENTHAM. 1832 Market st.
NEW and second-hand slot machines bought
and sold. W. C. BENTHAM. 1830 Market st.
$20— 12-GAUGE Henry Tolley breech-lbadlns;
gun; originally $1CO; almost new. 921 Capp.
COLEMAN buys clothing, bric-a-brac, tools,
carpets, old gold; send for him. 506 Kearny,
SUITS to order on easy Installments. L.
LEMOS. 1117 Market., bet. 7th and Bth.
BEST price for cast-off clothing and bric-a-
brac. H. MARKS. 209 Third st. ; Bend postal.
HIRSUTINE CO.. hair specialists, grow hair
or no pay: book for stamp. 6 Eddy st.
WANTED— OId gold for manufg. O. NOLTE,
Jeweler, S4S O'Farrell. bet Powell and Mason
STAMMERING corrected: booklet. J. WHITE-
HORN. A. M.. Ph.D.. 1315 Linden. Oakland.
CLASSIFIED advertisements and subscriptions
received at Call branch office, 2200 Fillmore ts.
A BRANCH office for Call advertisements and
subscriptions bas been established at 1096 Va-
lencia et.
A BRANCH office for the reception of adver-
tisements and subscriptions haa been opened
at 1223 Polk st.: open till 9 p. m.
A BRANCH office for Call advertisements and
subscriptions has been established at the
northwest corner of Twenty-second and Ken-
tucky sts. : open till 9 n. m.
BOILERS, engines, 2d-hand machinery. Mc-
INTOSH & WOLPMAN. 195-197 Fremont st.
BARS, back bars, mirrors, showcases, coun-
ters, linoleum, office furniture, store and of-
fice furniture and fixtures; new and second-
hand. J. NOONAN, 1017-1019-1021-102S Mission
at., above Sixth, v•; -,"
BARS, counters, showcases, shelving, mirrors,
bought, sold and exchanged. 1063 Mission at.
1 H. B. SMITH 4-sided sticker; 1 Goodell A
Waters planer & matcher. 24x6; 1 air com-
pressor; 1 band saw; 5 locomotives; 3 strs.
220 Fremont St.
BARBERS' Progressive Union— Free Employ-
ment. H. Bernard. Sec. 104 7th; tel. Jessie 152.
"W \NTED— Steady man to assist in light out-
door work: will pay $16 per week; must have
$100. 1016 Market st.. room ID.
EXPERIENCED young man on glove work;
pood opening right party. Excelsior Glove
Co.. 413 Market st. j
"WANTED— Strong, active boy, 15 years old. Ap-
ply S. N. WOOD & CO., 718 Market st.
"WANTED— A hall boy at the Waldorf, 309
Powell st.
DISHWASHER wanted. Rosemont Restaurant.
506 Howard st.
WANTED— A baker on bread and cakes; wages
$30 a month; board and room. 115 Oak st:
WANTED— First-class operator on custom
coats. 106 Battery st.
LEDERER'S Qulntonica prevents the hair fall-
ing out. makes It look like satin, 35c bottle:
Lederer's Foamo Shampoo, sc:pkg.: pkg. 123 Stocktn.
LEDERER on TUESDAY oiily will sell all $1
switches at !0c; halrdresslngi 25c; restored to
Its natural color. $1 50 t0 "45, with Schefller'i
Colorine; 75c box. 123 Stockton st. :
GENTLEMAN would like position as book-
k«-per or office work; graduate Heald's; fair
telegraph operator; references. F. E.. 424 EUls.
JOHN L. BOONE. Patent Trademark
Attorney at Law, ";.- and Copyright
No. 4 Sutter St., Laws a SDeclalty
San Francisco, Cal. American and Foreign
Send for circular. Patents Solicited.
ELECTRIC lights In every room; Winchester
Hotel. 44 Third St.. near Market; 100 rooms;
25c to $1 50 per night; $1 50 to $6 per week;
free 'bus and baggage to and from the ferry.
LEADING theatrical and masquerade cos-
tumers; make-up and wigs; country orders so-
licited. GOLDSTEIN & CO.. 733 Market st.
GOLDEN Gate Oyßter and Chop House: oysters
any style. DAMITRES BAROSIS. 27 Ninth.
IF you wish full value for your cast-off cloth-
lng call on B. COHEN. 157 Third st.
HAIGHT, ICO— Newly furnished sunny rooma.
suitable for 1 or 1 gentlemen.
HANCOCK House. 781 Mission— Select family
rooming bouse; $1 50 to $6 per week.
HARRISON, 784 H. near Fourth— Finely furnish-
ed rooms; bath; all the latest Improvements;
homelike; $1 week up.
GRANT aye., 217, opp. Samuels' lace house— Ea
suite or single: very reasonable.
GRAND SOUTHERN, southeast cor. Seventh
and Mission sts.— Sunny rooms, en suite or
single; ladles' parlor; reading room: elevator.
GEARY, 403— Three nicety furnished rooms for
man and wife: SIS. .
Dtt. POPPER, ladles" physician for 37 years;
call on a physician with man's knowledge;
cure $5; consultation free. 31S Kearny st.
DR. and MRS. DAVIES. 122S Market; ladles'
physician; chronic diseases treated; late eclen-
• tine methods; cure guaranteed; treatment' si.
MRS. DR. ALLEN, 1035 Market St.; hours 10
a. m. to 5 p. m. ; at residence. 22S Van Ness
aye., 6 to 9p. m. ; guaranteed treatment, $5.
MBS. DR. GWYER, 810 Eddy St.. bet. Hyde
and Larkln: hours. 10 to 12, 2 to 4 and 7 to 8.
DR. WISE, the ladles' specialist, 1118 Market
st : every case guaranteed; $5 up.
DR. WONG HIM. herb doctor, treats all dis-
eases nf the human body. 115 Mason st.
POSITION as steward or manager of hotel or
restaurant; 23 years' experience; Al refer-
ence. ' Address box 4527, Call office.
MIDDLE-AGED man wishes position to run
elevator; best references. Box 4533, Call.
GOOD cook wants situation; city or country.
&15 McAllister St.; entrance Ash aye. .
YOUNG man of good habits wants employ-
ment. Box 4524, Call.
YOUNG man wishes situation; good coachman;
will do any work; good references. Box 1572,
Call office. •-¦ : - •
YOUNG man would like a position In some
electrical works to learn trade; small wages
to commence. H. FORBES, 1188 Sherman Bt.,
DRS. GOODWIN, well-known ladles' specialist,
formerly of 401 Van Ness aye., 1362 Market
has returned from Europe with Improved
methods and advanced knowledge; cure at
office, $5; warranted; 15 years' successful prac-
tice in S. F. Office, 118 Eddy st.. near Mason.
PRIVATE confinement home; sunny rooms;
best of care; nice garden: medicated steam
baths for ladles. DR. and MRS. WEGENER.
phone Pine 2751; res.. 1312 Golden Gate aye.
BOHEMIA, 333 Post. cor. Stockton— Single and
cor. sunny suites for gentleman and families;
spec, rates tourists; elevator: all convenience.
BURNETT. 14*6 Market st. (old No. «M>— Fur-
nished rms.. suites, single; also unfurnished.
CARROLTON. 12C« Market, cor. Golden Gate
aye. — Sunny corner: well furn.; rms. A offices.
CLASSIFIED advertisements and subscriptions
received at Call branch office. 2200 Flllmore st.
EDDY. 510, bet. Hyde and Larkln— Ntee sonny
rooms from $S to $13 a month; to gentlemea
ELLIS, 633. corner Larkln— Sunny bay-window;
mantel; double folding-bed: Wellsbach burner.
FULTON, 21S— 1 or more suites of front sunny
rooms; gas stove; running water; $18 or $18.
GEABY, 405 (The Navarre>— Elegantly furnlah-
ed rooms, en suite or single. MRS. H. HTER.
GIRARD House. 192 Seventh — Sunny furnished
rooms; day or week: reasonable.
GOUGH. 706—2 sunny rooms, both connecting:
running water and place for stove; rent rea-
BARGAIN— Nice upright piano; only $60 cash;
sold for storage. 1710 Market st.
OUR pianos have arrived; rented $3 per month.
Scott-Curtaz Piano Co.. E6O Hayes at.
W. B. BADGER. 412 Sacramento St.. agent for
Francis Bacon and Hallett & Davis pianos.
AUSTIN aye., 102. near Pol* st.— La.-»e sunny
front room; furnished.
RELIABLE man. understanding citrus, de-
ciduous and ornamental trees, horses, garden,
wants to care for home place; private family;
references. Address A. L. 8., 641 Bush st.
BARKEEPER; sober, reliable; good mixer;
best of city references; would like position.
Address box 4539, Call office.
PHOTO neg-. retoucher, first class, wants posi-
tion. GUHTAV CORS, 265^ Natoma. S F.
BORROW money on diamonds and watches;
low Interest. Uncle Harris, 15 Grant aye.
PAINTER, paperhanger and decorative tlnter;
first-class, quick young man; up-to-date me-
chanic; best city references: will work at re-
duced ratc3 January and February; city or
country; day or contract. Box 4192, Call.
SITUATION wanted by practical gardener and
florist In all Us branches In private place;
first-class references: able and willing to
work. Address box 45?5, Call.
MRS DR KOHL, the only reliable ladles' phy.
stclan and specialist of long and successful
¦practice; private home for patients before and
during confinement; best of care; guaranteed
treatment at office, $5: consultation free.
MRS. DR. KOHL. 1122 Market St., between
Mason and Taylor; hours, 9 a. m. to 5 p. m.
MRS. DR. WYETH. reliable ladies' physician
and specialists; home for patients In confine-
ment or with chronic diseases; best care;
guaranteed treatment at office, $5; consulta-
tion free. 942 Post St.. bet. Hyde and Lar-
kln: hours 10 to 5. 7 to 8.
DR. G. W. O'DONNELL. the world-renowned
ladles' specialist; safe and reliable; haa prac-
ticed In S. F. for years; treated thousands
of cases successfully ; treatment can be used
at home; consultation free; success guaran-
teed. Write or call at 1023% Market st.
AT Hotel Francisco. Turk and Taylor sts.—
Homelike house; modern aenrlce; elevator;
bath; rooms 50c to $1 60 day. J. KING.
14 cooks, good Jobs
$45. }35. $40, *30, $25 and found
T waiters and boys..{SS. $30, $25. $20. $15 and f*.
Short-order lunch counter cook, city . ..
$35 and fsund
Walter, lunch counter $25 and .found
2 tirßt hands. 3 third hands and 3 boys to
learn baker's trade.. s33, $30. $23. $15 and found
Boys for butchers and other stores. {15 and fd.
Lauhdrymen, country laundry. Tray machine
$35 and found
2 piano players; lots of Jobs not advertised
MONDAY. Jan. 1 634 and 636 Clay St.
14 laborers, fare $1 $2 to $2 75 day
12 laborers, city, steady Job $30 and found
9 laborers, fare 25c $45 50
12 teamsters, 4 horses, fare, $1 — $34 and found
11 teamsters, 2 horses, fare 60c. 526 and found
25 scraper teamsters, call early $2 day
6 scrai>er holders $26 and found
SEE US 634 and 636 Clay st.
IS7 woodchoppers, tlemakers, picket and post
makers, shlngrle bolts, etc., $2, $1 50, $1. 75c
cord tools and food on some Jobs found.
MURRAY & READY. 634 and 636 Clay st.
i CARPENTERS, rough work, fare $1;. $2 25 to
$3 daiv MURRAY & READY. 634 and 636
Clay st.
Teamsters, scraper holders and dump men
for the coast road, free fare, ship Tuesday:
rock men and laborers for - a quarry, $2 |S0 a
day; rock men and laborers for the "White
Pass and Yukon . Railroad, Alaska; milker,
country $25: all-round laundryman, country,
$35. C. R. HANSEN & CO.. 104 G^ary st.
Barber and assistant attendant for Institu-
tion short distance In country, must be young
roan salary $25 per month, with board, lodg-
ing 'and washing; references required. W.
D EWER & CO.. 610 Clay st.
BARBERS* home, 1205 Market St.. corner
ElKhth— Only legally authorized employment
office on the Pacific Coast; barbers' bosses
supplied with first-class help; charges reason-
able- country employers must pay transpor-
tation of men; send stamp for reply: barber
shops tr»r sale. WM. HABERKCIIT. Mgr.
BARBER'S Protective Union— The only legal
organized union on the coast. J. J. HEINZ,
Employment Secy.. 630 Market, downstairs.
A BRANCH office for Call advertisements and
subscriptions has been established at 1096 Va-
lencia bt.
A BRANCH office for the reception of adver-
tisements and subscriptions haa been opened
at 1223 Polk st.: open until 9 p. m.
ROOMS TO LET— Fnrn. and I'nlorn.
•25c to $1 per night; $1 25 to Jo per week, and
light housekeeping; open all night.
ALL makes for a short time only.
$4, $4. $4, $4, $4, $4 per month.
2 Chlckerings, 2 Stelnways. 1 Vose A Sons and
60 other slightly used high and medium grade
pianos; special discounts for cash.
HEINE PIANO MFO. CO.. 136 Ellis St.
AGENTS— Conover pianos, the artists' favorite;
musicians invited to call and critically exam-
ine and make comparisons. Spencer Piano
House. ISIS Market st. ; send for catalogues.
LARGE itock of Baldwin and other standard
pianos; prices reduced to Insure prompt sales.
W. C. HAMILTON. 824 Post st.
FINE Fischer & Stelnway upright: sacrificed.
KEEFFE'S. 1019 Van Ness aye.. nr. Geary at.
ON the 24th— Fox terrier slut; black spot on
head; has pups. Return to 142S Turk; reward.
LOST— A passbook with the Hlbernia Savings
1 and Loan Society of San Francisco, In the
name of SAMUEL H. JAMISON. No. 237-250.
The finder will please return to bank.
LOST— A passbook with the Hlbernia Savings
and Loan Society of San Francisco, in the
name of EMMA A. BOLLIER, No. 170-640.
The finder will please return to bank.
LOST— Diamond ring: in small purse. Reward
at 1205 Stockton st.
BORROW on diamonds and Jewels: polite at-
tention. UNCLE HARRIS, li Grant aye.
CLASSIFIED advertisements and subscriptions
received at Call branch office, 223) Flllmore at.
A BRANCH office for the reception of adver-
tisements and subscriptions has been opened
at 1223 Polk st.: open until 9 p. m.
A BRANCH office for Call advertisements and
subscriptions has been established at 109« Va-
lencia at.
A BRANCH office for Call advertisements and
subscriptions has been established at the
northweat corner of Twenty-second and Ken-
tuckr st*. : open till * t>. m.
GIRL wants to take care of children and do
plain Hewing. Addresa box 4808, Cajl office.
WINCHESTER House, 44 Third st, near Mar-
ket: 200 rooms; 25c to $1 50 night; $150 to $6
•week; convenient and respectable; free 'bus
and baggage to and from ferry.
CLASSIFIED advertisements and subscriptions
received at Call branch office, 2200 Fillmore st.
A BRANCH office for Call advertisements and
subscriptions has been established at the
northwest corner of Twenty-second and Ken-
tucky sts.; open till 9 p. m.
LOST Heart-shaped locket containing two plo-
tures; reward. 42S California st. . .¦'..-.-: • .'-----
Leading Employment and Labor Asents.
32 farm, orchard and vineyard hands for all
parts of California. $26. $25. $20 and found
15 pruners, orchards and vineyards
$26 and $20 and found
12 men to burn brush, etc.. fare $1..520 and fd.
8 choremen and boys for farms, etc
$20 and $10 and found
3 milkers; young man for blacksmith shop...
2 buttermakers, separators $30 and found
Choreman and wife for farm $40 and found
German farmer and wife, vineyard, $30 and fd.
9 laborers for a ranch, no teaming.. s2o and fd.
3 teamsters, two horses, city J0b.. 526 and fd.
Gardener, cabinetmaker, stablemen and boys.
634 and 636 Clay st.
LOST— Foxterrter dog, near Merchants' Ex-
change. Saturday morning. JULES, 315 Pine
Bt. ; reward. ¦ ;--i-.?>
FIRST-CLAPS cook, is able to manage a big
business, clean and economical In every way,
desires to go Into the country; good home an
object more than wages. Apply at 13G5A Sac-
ramento ct., San Francisco, In basement.
GOOD washer and Iror.er wants work to do at
home. 515 McAllister st. ; entrance Ash aye.
EASTERN lady desires position as housekeeper
In small family: widower preferred. Addresa
MISS ANNA SUMMERS, general delivery,
O'FARRELL, 1027— Front suite; housekeeping
privileges; use of piano; al3o single room.
PERRY. 166—2 furnished housekeeping rooms;
VALENCIA. 1232— Tw0 nicely furnished rooma:
light housekeeping: no children; reasonable
terma to right party.
WANTED —10 woodchoppers. $1 25 cord,
see boss here to-day; German farmer and
wife, $30; stable boy, $15 and found: cooks,
waiters, country hotel- JL'O and $25; shop
bakers, $45 and $50; night cook, restaurant,
$12 week; steward, $13 week; restaurant ba-
ker $17 week; dishwashers and others. J. F.
CROSETT & CO., 62S Sacramento st.
1900 1900
$45— SUNNY house, 10 rooms, bath, storeroom.
et<:. 2528 Washington st.. near Alta Plaza.
BORROW on diamonds end jewels: polite at-
tention. UNCLE HARRIS. 15 Grant aye.
OAK 119— Sunny front room, gas furnished,
complete for light housekeeping; $5^
HOUSE hunting made ««£ with the printed
list you get from BALDWIN & HOWELL.
10 Montgomery et. •
MCALLISTER. BTO— Private family: newly fur-
nished sunny front room for gentleman.
MINNA, 2S— Sunny furnished housekeeping and
single rooms.
A— PRINTED list; houses to let: send for cir-
cular. G. H. UMBSEN & CO.. 14 Montgomery.
BUSH. 1224— Sunny house of 9 rooms and bath;
wat?r free; large yard; rent $37 60.
GREENWICH and Buchanan sts. ; 6-room new
modern house, $25, or will sell $500 down, bal-
ance like rent. THE MCCARTHY CO.. 646
Market st. '.''-' '- ' ' '
CLASSIFIED advertisements and subscriptions
received at Call branch office. 2200 Fillmore st.
A BRANCH office for Call advertisements and
subscriptions has been established at 1096 Va-
lencia st.
MIDDLE-AGED lady, eood cook, kind to
children wishes position as housekeeper; city
or country. Call 6S-76 Elllis at., r. 13L 1 to 3.
GEIIMAN Birl wants position In private fam-
ily; good cook and general housework. Ad-
dress New Golden Gate Hotel, 134. Fourth st.
AN experienced and competent German woman
cook wishes a position In hotel or boardins-
house. ; 1021 Howard st.
A. M. SPECK & CO., 667 Market st.
$26*f— New building; near Chronicle.
$i.i)o— Clean furniture and paying well.
$2000—30 rooms; cheap rent; downtown.
j.-,(Vt — Geary s«t., near Jones; rent $50.
$2S(X.>— Near Olympic Club; 30 rooms.
$10O>— Near I'holan Fountain; 21 rms.; rent |80.
A. M. SPECK & CO., 667 Market st.
ORPHEI'M Employment Office— Japanese, Chi-
nese. 426 Powell, near Sutter: tel. Black 1321.
FIELD'S Employment Agency— Help furnished
free. 655 Clay Bt. ; phone Davis 821.
JAPANESE Information bureau: Japanese and
Chinese help. 421 Post; phone Main 1956.
CHINESE and Japanese Employment Office;
best help. 414H O'Farrell St.; tel. East 426.
JAPANESE-CHINESE Emp. Agency; all kinds
. help GEO. OAKI. 30 Geary st. ; tel. Grant 36.
R. H. WINSTON & CO., 1026 Market st.
30 rooms; new ho^use; new furniture I2OCO
44 rooms; corner; part cash; rent $125...... 2000
B4 rooms; corner: part cash 3900
34 rooms; part cash; corner "• 1250
33 rooms; corner; rent $125; elegant 2000
33 rooms; piano: elegant, 850
17 rooms; rent $30; pickup ¦ 625
$800—180 ACRES rich level land; Merced Coun-
ty, 4 miles from R. R. station: all sowed to
wheat: house, barn, etc.. In good condition:
a snap for Immediate cash sale. C V.
MOORE, 935 Market St.. room «.:...:
FINEST general ranch in California to b«
given away on account of foreclosure. . B««
CLARK & CO.. 509 Hearst building.'.-... -:. .
FOR gale or exchange for Improved San Fran-
rlaeco property, fruit ranch 103 acres; value
tSOOO; Address H. F. SPEITZEN. Watsonvllle.
13^ ACRES— Must be sold: 2 miles from Santa
•••"Clara: 10-room house; J wells; all In orchard.
.• .9 Oeary at., room 15.'. .-•''- ; - • '¦'• ;-...;¦' ' '. ."¦ \.
BrSINnfS OFFICE cf the Ban Francisco
Call, corner of Market and Third streets, open
cntH 12 o'clock every night In the year.
BRANCH OFFICES— S27 Montgom -Tf street,
corner Clay; open until »:S0 p. m.
!sno Hayes etreet; open until 9:30 p. ra. :
<3S McAllister street; open until 8:80 p. m.
fIS Lai kin ftreet; open until 8:30 p. m.
>?41 Miffr"" street; open BBiO 10 P. ™-
2261 Market street, corner Sixteenth; open
cntll ? p- m.
c ; :n6 Eleventh street; open until > p. m.
30?6 Valencia street: open until S p. m.
;CC* Potk street; or>en until 8 p. m-
Jforthwest corner of Twenty-eecond and Ken-
tucky streets: open until 9 p. m.
GOLDEN GATE O.mmar.dory No. 16. K.
T Goldca Oate building. 63 Sutter at. ¦jga s
—Stated assembly THI? (MONDAY) t£s
EVENING at S o'clock. Ladies' recep- ttil
tion at 8 o'clock CAMpnELU Em
w:.I. T. FONDA, Recorder.
AN FRANCISCO Chapter No. L ?^»fV
>rch Masons, meets THIS EVENING
Business only. ',
OCCIDENTAL I>^ee No. 22. F. 4 : A- M. ft
7:30 o'ckK-k. Ftated meeting. By order
lERMANN L-rflce So. 127, F. f- A. M.— B
Stawd meeting THIS KAY (MO.\- J6L
DAY). January 1. IS-* at 7:39 p. m. XX
B y order of U* MACHER , gjg^
EXOELFIOR Lodge No. 166, F. &A. M. •
—Special iTM-eilng TUESDAY. Jan. 2.
ait 1:30 ». m. for the purpose of con sK^\
ductine the funeral of our deceased ' •
Friends are respectfully invited. By or4er of
the W. M. TbuMAS E. SMITH, Secy.
PIONEERS— The regular
ment...y meeting of the £§&&7S£ji£x^
t' •"> ' : California ZsB%Kffii&B§B£*!M
i nwn ¦¦•;¦ '¦¦¦ held
01 MONDAY Jan :. A 5^ 1 &3 s <en
1930, at 7:30 o'clock p.m. j^jr jj^Jr M
L. W. MOORE, Esu.. ' ?
will afidrefs the members. A full attendance
la requested. J. L' SPKAB.' SeCTtary.n
£T ANDREWS c oc j«.ty— Members v C£ >^
are requested to attend the funeral A {&JJ
7f ourlaie member. MR. JOHN B.
MUIRHFAD st 1 li. m.. Tt-"ES-
i.AY Jar £ from BcottS H.MI. 117 Larkia
etreei WILLIAM 15ALNAVES. President.
A. R. PATTERSON. Secretary^
6T\ ANDREWS Society— Member* v X 7 >.«
are requested to atiersti the funeral QfyJ
of our late life-nv-niber. MR. JO- "t^X£&
f HI'H G. WALL, at 2 o clock p. m..
TUESDAY. Jan. 2. from hiu late reiluence,
I£3€ t-anta Clara aye.. Alameda.
A. R. PATTERSON." Secretary.
OFFICERS and members of the Cale- v O" >^
Ji.ni.in riub are t^eialiy r-tj-jested 3V, €»>•>
to attend the funeral of cur late
<*ste«>ir.ed clansman. JOHN B.
MI'IP.HKAP f .r«ra Scottish Hall. l f '7 Larkia
ANDREW aicXAIR. Secretary.
DIVISION No. 2. A. O. H.— Tly re^u-^sa-rt
lar monthly meeting of this 1 division \. . I
will t«? iield at li'.U-rnia Hail. .W.-R^V
Ninth st. on TL'KSI >A Y. Jan. 2.-»OO.CCWg
at 7:20 r- ra. quarterly riieytlrii?. »T» ¦
Fines for non-attendance strictly- enforced.
BARTLY LEE) Prwident. ..
T. L. CLANCY. Secretary^ W-
' ANNUAL m«-etinp— Spring Valley Water Works
—The annual meeting of the stockholders of
the Spring: Vall«-y Water Works wi!l be h*-!d
et the ofnee of the company. U'6 Stockton Ft.,
han Francisco. Cal.. at 12 o'clock m. on
WEDNESDAY, the ICth day of January. ISM.
to el^t truste*-K to serve for the ensuing year
»rd for the iransHoiScn of such othpr busi-
ness as may cumn riefore the me-tinc.
PELHAM W. AMES. Secretary. '
CTOCK H< 'LI >E~RS" meeting— The annual meet-
Ir.sr of the Etockholdere of the California Dry
liock Company will he held at the office of
the company. No. SO2 California street. San j
Francisco. Cal., en MONDAY. January S.
1900 at 31 o'clock a. m.. for the purpose cf :
electing a board ht directors to serve for the ¦
mmlng year and for the transaction cf such
other business as nay rT^P^rU- come before-
th" meeting. W. F. nfPSELL. Secretary.
O'flce No 3"J fali'orr.'.a ft., room 3. San !
Francisco. Cal.. December 24. IS??. |
ANNUAL meeting— Th» regular annual meet-
ins of the (=tookhi>ii".ers of the Wittram Pro-
r*>ner Company «rfM bo held at their office, i
E?7 Market Ft.. San Francisco. California, on ]
MONDAY, the fishth day of January. 1900. ]
at the hour of 2 v. m.. for the purpose of I
*I«-ctlnR a board of directors' to serve for the 1
erssuirp ynr, and th» transaction of such
other business as may come before the me»?t-
Office. K7 Market ft.. San Francisco. Cali-
.- Torr'.a.
•THE annunl meeting of the stockholders of
The Nevada National Kar.k cf Fan Francisco.
01., will 1* held st its banking housf, 301
Montgomery Ft., Pan Francisco. Cal.. on
TUESDAY. January 8. I*o9. at 3:ID o'clock
p. m.. for the election of directors to serve for
tr>» ensuinp y<*ar. and the transaction of such
other business &£ rosy come before th<? meet-
ing. OEO. GRANT. Secretary.
San Fran'-iFCO. December 9. 1899.
METTINO of the *tookhol<ler»= of the Pajaro
Vall»y Consolidated Railroad Co. ¦will I* held
t>\ thi office of th* Company. 357 Market st..
Fan Francisco. Cal . on MONDAY, th" V,:U
<lay of January. V) 99. at the hour of 11:15
o'clock a. m.. "for the purpose of e!e--tine a.
b'*r(! of directors to serve for the
year and the transaction of such other busl-
~T>»s* a* nmy come before the meeting. TranF-
f-r books trtU olose on FRIDAY. January 12.
' r<oo at 3 o'clock r. m.
W. H. HANNAM. Secretary.
IVIRROTV on diamond*: secrecy; crivate en-
trance; private rr.ig. T*n-Me H:;tjs. 1." r.rar.t.
"attorxevs at law.
ADVICE free: R- "W. KINO, room I. flr=t floor,
O!iT->r.icl«- building: no advance charges: all
cane«; estates, mortcaces. damages, collec-
tions": bankruptcy: wills, etc.. drawn; mo<Jer-
ete f<=*s: call or write.
aTvVICE free; divorce law a specially; private;
no fe-f ¦without su-vet*; collections. O. W.
HOWF fctty at law. S.V) Market, cor. Stocktn.
ADVICE free; no chfirpe unless successful. W.
W. DAVIDSON. SC7 Market St.. opp. Mason.
p" ii MERSCIJACH. attorney at law. has re-
rumed practice et Xl Cal. St.. Clur.ie t\Zg.
L. P. CLARK. Emma Spreck«-ls WJg.. SJ7 Mar-
Icet ft.: consultation free: no fees in advance.
A^TiTe NORMANDIE, 226 Edly— Newly fur-
nished throughout: thoroughly renovated ar.d
papered; sunny suites and single rooms; hot
t>l«- hoarders accommodated: exivllent table;
will be re ady to receive euests January 1. .
jrpOY I:3— T'nSted States Hotel; rooms tl 50
vi ek up -wi'h board JS 50; rulte for two with
tx-ard. Sl2; boar*., tl week; meals, 25c; ele-
vator runs all nlsht. •¦
HOTEL FAIRMOITNT. 1714 Market — Elegant
new furniture; first-class in every respect;
tsble uns-jrpes'"''': hot and cold water: ele-
vator; suites, with board fcr t, $50 month up.
jfITW family hotel; nrst-Hass In all appolnt-
mfr.ts; excellent table. W7 California st.. oc-
cupying corner oprxrelte Grace :Church. : . . ..-
JTICELY furnished room with board; home
oook'.nir: private family: Rer.tleman preferred.
Address b0x.,743. Call office. ¦ ? . ... .
ST.'NNY newly furnished roomc. with board,
for ladies, from $17 up; referencea. Box-US^,
Call. '_ . ¦' . ¦- - - '¦' ¦ '
'••HKLCRAVIA HOTEL." Polk and Clay— Sun-
ny euUes; best beard; for 2. *45 up: single, S2O.
LAS PALMAS.IS2O Market «,— Suite of 2 or 3
rms.; private: bath; sin. rrr.s: board optional.
OTAP.P.KI.L. 742— Clean, oomfortable rooms;
eood tabl- board; term* to holiday: transients.
DORROW on ; clanos. furniture, diamonds,
jiaintints: afccrecT." Uncle Harris. 15 Grant.
CHEAPEST and b<»st in America— Ttie. Weekly
ra'A. 16 rapes, s.ont to any address in the
Unite'i States or Canada one. year for tl,
r^stHE-e paii. ¦ -.
KIRST-CLAPS room and board wanted; no ob-
jection If part or the 'whole in exchange for
vocal and piano lessons; by leading: elnging
teacher <vf San Fra-ncieco. whose of flee is la
central location. .Box 1710. Call office.
ANY amount to loan you on diamonds: low ln-
ter«»st. DiqE HARRIS. 15 Grant aye.
MARRIED couple In Frultvale. without chil-
dren; good home; best care; (rood reference*
riven slid required. Apply 207 Montgomery
Bvi>., care New Atlantic Hotel.
¦WJIWW. has ft nlc*"hdm««, wants a small child
to board; nood home; bf»t. care. 36$ Fell st.
"EXCELLENT home for little child: American
*¦ family; g-ood references. Call 254 Fifth St. .
CHILDREN boarfled: bert care and lowest
terms. , Box 9. . Fraltvsle P. O.
SCHOOL BOOKS boiistjt ej>& exchar.ir.ed.
Hrilirn»» TVipk Co.. TM Mission »t.. near Third.
6PCOlAl*— Ladies' fine white bride sandals
ir-ench heels'): special price, only SI a pair.
Them AU." l£o3 Stpcktoa ct,, or. Broaavnor,
CORNER crocery; a snap: cause, party has
paralysis. COWING & CO.. 595 Market st.
CANDY and ice cream parlor; must cell at
once. COWING & CO.. 935 Market st.
PARTNER wanted— s3oo. half cash, in one of
the finest corner saloons In city, with side
entrance and wine rooms; low rent; receipts
$1S to J25 ocr day: fixtures first clasa. Pa-
cific Exchange, 1016 Market st.
$750— CORNER saloon and lodging house- bar-
train ; on account of departure. McLAUGH-
LIN & CO.. 77"ii Market et.
$2500— WELL established gToeery and liquor
business or. a principal business street; net
profits $200 t*r month; no Sunday work; run
by tJresent owner 9 years; no agents need
«l>PPly. box 1760. Call.
CHOICE business for sale at a bargain; a
beautiful assortment of opals and Mexican
antique curios. Address box 4519, Call.
NICE store, suitable for any business. 128
O'Farrcli. opp. Orpheum; apply 15 Grant aye.
DELICACY store; centrally located: paying
Itood profits: cheap rent; well established; will
sell at a low tijrure for rash If bought Imme-
diately. M. GRIFFIN. 719 Market, nr. Call.
TO rent or will sell on account sickness,
butchershop with 2 horses and 2 wagons; shop
in good location and doing: good business;
rent reasonable. Inquire Call office.
jr(^ l _f > vjiiLY hotel of 13 well furnished rooms;
rvnt only 110 per month; with lease; located
in tov.-n in U-ike County; must cell at once.
C F. MOORE, ICS Market Rt, room 6.
OLD «-stab!lshM cigar store; will sell quick
' account of old a#e; rare chance. E. E.
DUNCE. SOS Broadway, Oakland.^
WANTED— Experienced party from Cape Nome
wants vessel; will furnish cargo on Joint ac-
count. Box 4522. Call^
PARTY with small capital to engage In busi-
ness; Investigate. Room 7. Flood building.
PAPER route for sale; choice location; good
ir. vestment; price $3750. Box 4SS3. Call.
6THAM laundry plant; doing good business.
G. W. LOVIE, Redwood City. Cal.
i LIQUOR store, including building «nd lease;
with or without stock. Apply to Owner, 220
East rt. ' ' •¦ -. :
SALOON with rooms: barjraln; on account of
j departure. Inquire 1069 Mission st.
j RESTAURANT for sale; J living rooms. Apply
C^-i Natoma »t.
DRUGSTORE— BeIow Invoice: must sell before
January li>; good reason. Railroad aye. and
Park St., Alamoda.
SALOON, old-established corner, at a bargain:
side entrance to cafe: departure cause of
rale. C 22 Market St., room 6.
! COFFEE am! tea routes supplied from GEO.
I . W. CAS WELL & CO.'S. 412 Sacramento at.
! SHOP for painter, plumber, carpenter: rent
and l more In work WM. HENDRICKSON
&• CO.. Cl 4 Call building.
A BRANCH office for the reception of adver-
tisements and subscriptions has been opened
at 1222 Polk St.; open until 9 p. m.
! A BRANCH ofnee for Call advertisements and
! ru!)scriptions has been established at 1096 Va-
lencia it, . "
j A BRANCH office for Call advertisements and
subscriptions has been «-stablished at the
northwest -corner nf Twenty-second and Ken-
tucky e ts. : ope" until 9 p. ra.
EAKEKY. also laundry wagon; fine top buggy,
' almost new; bus. 'buggy, new; bus. wagons,
new. suitable dry goods stores. 82S Harrison.
NKWandid-hand wa(?o&s.bu^ffles,carts and har-
ness, wk & driving borsjaa. K/th &. Valencia.
ALL kinds of W3g<jns. bupsies. carts, harness,
etc.. cheap.. EGAX & SON.. 2117 Mission st.
IPO SETS second-hand harness; wagons, carts,
tvufrirles, surreys an>l horses. 1140 Folsom Bt.
\ThEN you bt-rome disgusted with poor work
tend- to SPAULDING'S Pioneer Carpet-beat-
ing Work*;. 353-357 Tehama St. ; tel. S. 40.
J. E. MITCHELL Carpet Cleaning Co., 240 14th
ft.; cleaning. 3c per yard: tel. . Mission 74. '.
CITY Fteam Carpet Beating Works: ¦¦ G. H.
STEVENS, mgr., 3S-40 Bth St.; tel. South 250.
J. McQCEEN'S California Carpet Cleaning Co.,
453 Stevenson St.: tel. South 228; lowest rates.
ADVANCE <"arpet Cleaning Co.. 4C2 Sutter St.;
tel. Main 254. GEO. WALCOM, proprietor.
CARPETS cleaned at 3c per yard; laid at 3c.
KTItATTONS. 3 Eighth Bt.; tel. Jessie 944.
CON KLIN'S Carpet-beating Works, 333 Golden
Gate aye.: telephone East IK.
UTICA Cleaning and Toilet Compounds and
Compound Paste; a household blessing; a sure
cure for poison oak. SAMUEL SEYMOUR.
Acent Office and factory. 21 Ppear st.
the well-known trance medium, may be con-
sulted on all affairs of life. While entranced
she reveals every hidden mystery; she will
show you how to overcome your enemies; re-
move "farr.ily troubles: restore lost affections;
unite the separated; recovers lost or stolen
property: locates minerals; tells your entire
life, while in a perfect trance; satisfaction
guaranteed by mail; send stamp for circular
with special terms. MRS. DR. F. CLARK,
205 Turk st., nr. Jones. Home Sun. and eves.
He excites the wonder and admiration of. the
most skeptical: gives ndvice on love, business
and domestic trouble; unites the separated and
res-tores lost affer-tion; if in doubt, trouble or
adversity call on this gifted medium and he will
h'-!p you; mediums developed in from 3 to 6
months- ; letters containing three questions and
Jl answered; hours. 9 to S; Sunday, 10 to 2.
MME. A. CERVANTES, the celebrated Spanish
fortune teller; best advice in difficult mat-
ters. 8 Hayes St.. room 7, second floor.
MKS. J. J. WHITNEY, 11<>4 Market St.. trance,
test medium: life reader and medical clair-
voyant: treats all diseases; sittineK $1.
MME. MOREAU, the best medium and card
reader: 25c up. 7S Fourth St.. near Mission.
MRS? WINCHESTER. 1610 Clay-Circle to-
night. 8; Tuesday, Z p. m. ; consultation dally.
MMX. 7.EREDA of 5 Seventh st. is the original
KJ'psy life reader; readings, 25c. !*•...-
TOUR future told by cards, 25c. 944 Howard
Ft.. 10 a. m. to 10 p. m. . ¦: '
\ Mi!E. HANSON, pa'.mlstry. 10c: card reader;
\met. iiresfr.t, future, 25c. US Sixth Ft., r. 12.
EDWARD EARLE. Independent slate writer.
330 Ellis st.; circle Sun. and Wed. evenings.
MMX. SHAFFER, clairvoyant, card reader; sit-
tings dally. 212V4 Sixth st.
MME. AUGUST, clairvoyant, card reader and
' palmiEtry. 25c; truth or no pay. 1149 Mission.
MISS MULVILLE. great clairvoyant and water
reader; German spoken. 921H Mission.op Mint.
MME. RAVENNA reads life fluently; business
advic<-;. names given; 25c up. 5 Fourth st.
MME. SYHILLE— CradIe to grave; future hus-
band's picture. 2.'c: ladies. 914 O'Farrell st.
GEORGE W. KELLY'S Agency; no charge un-
less successful. Room' 3lo, 527 Market at.
ARMY, 3624, near Guerrero— Sunny cottage, 5
. rooms,- bath, basement and yard.
A-DR- T? s" HIGGINS' dentar~parlors! 927
Market st., over Cafe Zinkand— Teeth extract-
¦. t-d with'jut pain by use of electricity, gas or
chloroform: also by local anaesthetics applied
to the gums; the best and most artistic dental
work 'at reasonable prices; pure gold fillines
from $1 up: other fillings from 50c: badly de-
ca>ed teeth carefully treated and filled or
crowned without pain; plates that fit from
$4 50 up; open evenings and Sundays.
A NEW anaesthetic for 'painless dentistry —
Synol, on application to the gums, removes
' the pain; see our flesh-colored plates; thinner
.". and stronger than rubber; warranted for 20
ye&re: crown and bridge work; teeth with-
out a plate; fillings. &0c; crowns. $3 50; plates,
full set. $5; . all work painless and warranted.
Chicago Dental Parlors. 24 Sixth at.
ket st., cor. 4th, rm. 7, Flood bldg., you can
have your extractions done painlessly; teeth
without plates our specialty; gold crowns,
$2 19 up; plates, ¦ extractions free. $4 50 up; of-
Hoe hours. 9 a. m. to 10 p. m. : Sundays, 9to 2
p. m. O. W. WILLIAMSON, M. D., Manager.
DR. GEORGE W. LEEK. 20 O'Farrell st-Texr
' tracts and fills 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.
OH. LUDLUM HILL, 1443 Market St., near
.Eleventh— Crowns, bridge work and fillings a
specialty; all work reasonable; gas given.
VAN VROOM-Palnless extraction by electric-
ity; guarantee 19 years: lowest prices; 10 oper-
ators; no students. 9'j7 Market St.
PARI6 Dental Parlors, 215 Kearny, cor. Bush-
Full set of teeth, {4; crowns, $3; fillings. 2oc
LOWEST prices In S. F.; work warranted 10
years. N. Y. Dentists. 969 Mission, cor. 6th.
Guaranteed dentistry. $1 per week; refer to 6000
city patients. Esmond Dental Parlors, 43 Sth.
6ET of teeth without plate. DR. IE gT
YOUNQ. 1841 Polk bC
OHIO Dental Parlors, Inc.; S graduate opera-
ton; opea evenings and Sundays. UO Market.
A NURSE girl, reliable, to assist with baby
8 months old. 2116 California St.; call bet. 8
and 12 or 6 and 7 p. m. ' .'¦ '¦'¦'-'• ¦¦'¦'¦¦
ANY amount at 6 per cent; Ist. 2d and 3d mort-
gages, undivided interest, real estate In pro-
bate; mortgages and legacies bought; no de-
lay; get my terms before doing business else-
where. R. McCOLGAN, 24 Montgomery, r. 3.
HIGHLY respectable private place to obtain
liberal advances on diamonds. Jewelry at low-
eat rates. Baldwin Jewelry Store, 84S Market
at.; tel. Main 1644; Branch 19 Third St.
ANY proposition, any amount; 6 per cent; first,
second mortgages, estates in probate, interest
In estates, legacies, life Insurance; chattel
mortgages; confidential; advice free. G. E.
OLSEN. room 16. first floor.- Chronicle bldg.
LOANS on furniture, or pianos; In. S. F.. Oak-
land or Alameda at lowest rates, without re-
moval; no commission; no. delays. . J- NOON-
AN, 1017 to 1023 Mission sU above Sixth;
telephone South 14. ; '.. :¦ ;; . ¦'"•; .... ¦"
AVOID delays; try all others, then see me; $50
to $100,000: 6 per cent; Ist,. ld or chattel mort-
gages, estates In probate, undivided Interests In
estates, legacies and mortgages. bought; advice
and money furnished. P. A. Dolan. 636 Market.
ON real estate. Ist or 2nd mortgages, and on
furniture or pianos; no removal; any amount;
lowest rates. BECKER. 26 Montgomery at.
MOST reliable place to borrow- on diamonds,
watches. Jewelry. W. J. HESTHAL; 10 Sixth;
. highest prices for old gold.; silver, diamonds.
ANY amount by private party.on furrilture and
pianos: no removal; low ratea; confidential.
BONELLI. Conservatory b1dg.;. 130 Powell at.
AT 126 Kearny, rm. 9. respectable private place
to borrow on watches, ¦ diamonds; lowest
rates; take elevator: tel.'.Pa»la 995. . .
ON furniture and pianos without, removal, quick
service; money direct; lowest Interest. ¦ Rooms
68 and 69. Donohoe building. 1170 Market at.
CASH loaned to salaried people on note without
Indorser. MORRELL. 609 Examiner bldg.
$?OCO TO loan on furniture and pianos at 2 per
cent, WINSTON & CO.. 1026 Market st. ¦
sending for my CATALOGUE always state
about what Is wanted— amount to Invest, etc.
I'll then also furnish a specially prepared list
of "SNAP" bargains— near what you want,
not in catalogue. While I make a special
feature of NAPA and SONOMA county,
places. I'm personally acquainted with over
2i)00 ranches for sale and exchange In Cali-
fornia — more than any other ten agents la
the State. I travel nearly all the time. In-
specting country property.
10 Geary St.. opposite Chronicle bldg.. 8. T.
A LOVELY country home at Haywards con-
taining about 20 acres : all best variety of
fruits; modern house of 8 rooms and bath:
this place Is only a few minutes' walk to
electric car; place was sold when only S
years old for $17,000; it is now 12 year* old
and I will give a snap: will sacrifice. -If sold
Immediately at 6mall price of $10,000. •-."-• . :
.: ;-." 454 Ninth st., Oakland.
LAW BOOKS bought, sold and exchaneed at
REUBEN'S, 420 Montgomery St.. upstairs.
WANTED— Piano for storage or low rent. Ad-
dress box 4535, Call. • ¦ ;¦
10 waitresses, Los Angeles, $25 (leading ho-
tel) special rates: 2 waitresses, Woodland,
$20;' 2 waitresses, Bakersfleld, $20; waitresses,
Keswick. Fresno, Selma, Nevada, $2i>; 2 cham-
bermaids to wait, city, $20; 7 waitresses, ho-
tels and restaurants, city. C. R. HANSEN &
CO.. 104 Geary st.
WANTED — A good reliable girl for second
work waiting and assisting with washing.
Inquire immediately, 1802 Pacific aye.
PARISIAN dressmaking. 357 Geary; dresses
made $5 up; dresses made over; perfect fit.
McDOWELL Dressmaking School; leading sys-
tem; easy payments; evg. classes. 103 Post.
S. F. Dressmaking, Ladles' Tailoring Parlors;
French tailoring system taught. 305 Van Nets, i
ACCORDION pleating factory; all kinds pleat-
ing, pinking. 121 Post, ever O' Connor *Moffatt.
MEN wanted to learn barber trade; only eight
weeks required; constant practice; expert in-
struction; lectures' and everything necessary
;to teach the tonsorlal art thoroughly ; special
-'Inducements this month; call or write for free
illustrated catalogue. MOLER'S BARBER
COLLEGE. 635 Clay st. The only Institution
of the l:ind ever authorized by the State to
teach the art. .. . :.-
WANTED— Laborers 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.
MEN and women to. learn barber trade; day
and evening classes. Expert Instruction at S.
F. Barber School. 741 A Howard st.
neys, Hearst bldg. Third and Market.
200 SINGLE furnished rooms. 10c. 15c and 25c
per night. Llndell. 6th and Howard: read. rm.
WINCHESTER Hotel, 44 Third St.. near Mar-
ket; 700 rooms. 25c night: reading room; free
'bus and baggage to and from the ferry.
A BRANCH office for Call advertisements and
subscriptions has been established at 1096 Va-
lencia st.
A BRANCH office for the reception of adver-
tisements end subscriptions has been opened
at 1223 Polk ft.; open until 9 p. m.
A BRANCH office for Call advertisements and
subscriptions has been established at the
northwest corner of Twenty-second and Ken-
ti'ekv sts.: open until 9 p. m.
ENAMELED iron bedsteads, all sizes, $2 90;
heavy matting, 10c per yard; 30x60 inch rugs,
tl. Eastern Outfitting Co., 1310-1312 Stockton
ft., near Broadway; open evenings.
4 ROOMS furnished In oak for $48 50, with No.
7 ransre. Kins Furniture Co., 1127-1131 Market.
SAFES^ — New and second for banks/merchants,
steamers, residences; portable safety boxes:
specie chests, bullion safes, vaults, etc. The
Waltz Safe Co.. 109-111 Market st.. a F. Cal.
EDISON concert phonograph, price reduced to
$100; concert records. $2 50. BACIGALUPI.
533 Market St.. San Francisco. :
MAGIC lanterns; new and second-hand: acety-
lene generators. Italian! & Breck. 131 Post st.
NEW and second-hand slot machines bought
and sold. W. C. BENTHAM. Sl3 Kearey st.
FOR Christmas presents call on SORENSEN,
reliable Jeweler. IC3 Sixth st.. below Mission.
SECOND-HAND machinery.- electrical supplies,
boilers and engines. H. S:'. White. 516 Mission.
BUYS, sells, rents sear : machinery* boilers,
water pipe; new. 2d-hand. Whltelaw.2l6 Spear.
SAFES— New and second-hand. THE HER-
MANN SAFE CO.. 417-421: Sacramento st.
BEAUTIFULLY illustrafed book, by sending
address to lock box 64", Los Angeles, Cal.
A. M. SPECK & CO..
667 Market st.. opp. Kearny.. :
. ;"• ¦>-" $100,000. ; v'
Ellls-st corner, close to Mason; 60x127; stores :
and 70 rooms; will pay 7 per cent net. .
Rare buy; vicinity Stockton and O'Farrell:
stores and lodging-house above ; 4 story and
basement bulldins; lot 36 ft. front.
Corner near Santa Fe ferry site; 92x137:1;
only corner for sale In this viclnlt.y. ¦ .• ¦'.¦¦.
$26.5C0. : : '
Near Eddy and Jones: store and 2S rooms.,
above; modern; pays 7 per. cent net. ••' " ;
Geary St.. near Taylur; 50xS0 feet, no battar
buy downtown. . . ..' ¦
$12,500. ¦••¦-.• •. ¦ ¦•¦:•-
Close to Market and Taylor; stores and flats:
50 feet front; rents about $100. ;:•'¦ />.;• ¦V, ;
$0200. . ¦ " "
Corner near Market: rents $1150 yearly; store
and flats; nearly new. . ¦ . .. .. ¦"
Pest st.; 3 good flats: rents $60; lot 27x110 ft.
Business corner near Union Iron Works; IOOx
ico. ¦ -.;
A. M. SPECK & CO.. 667 Market st.
YOUNG man, married, good knowledge of ao-
countg, seeks employment in wholesale or
commission house. Address G. A. C. BAILEY,
721 Tennessee st.
WANTED— Man and wife would like a posi-
tion cocking in mining camp. Address W.
V.. £33 Golden Gate aye. ¦•-.¦.'¦
A SOBER single man. with excellent refer-
ences, over 20 years' experience, good pruner
and steady worker, who knowß every dlbease
of trees and the remedy for It, and guaran-
tees every tree he plants, would like a steady,
responsible position at reasonable compen-
sation or small wages and port on clear earn-
ings. Kindly address and elve particulars,
box 7421, Call office.
WANTED— Situation or employment In private
family; understands care of horses or cows,
etc.. In this city, a native of Bohemia. Ad-
dresa box 1523. Call.
GROVE. 216 H. above Van Ness aye.. 1 blocks
from City Hall— Newly furnished large sunny
back parlor bedroom; gas; large closet; rent
FRONT window: suitable for 'Office- or watch-
maker. 431 Montgomery at; '. ¦ ' ¦ ' • "
326 AND 328 Pacific St.— 2 hajridsome large stores
to let: cheau to good tenant-/^ . . .-•' :
WORK wanted by married man; a good engi-
neer; or anything at living wages. Address
H. H. 8..2508 La guna street.
S-STORY and basement brick building; el«*va-
tor; adapted for storase or. manufacturing;
190 Stevenson St., near Third;. rent $76. MAD-
ISON & BURKE. "••' '.':"
GOOD upright piano, nearly, new; ; cheap.
HORNUNG'S. 216 McAllister St.
BARGAIN— Good upright: cheap. SCHMITZ. 1«
McAllister St.. next Hlbernta Bank.
SUPERIOR violins, zithers, old and new. H.
MULLER. maker, repairer. 2. Latham place.
KNABE pianos: new scale; new styles. KOH-
LER & CHASE. 30 O'Farrell st.
BORROW on diamonds; perfect secrecy; pri-
vate entrance. Uncle Harris. 15 Grant aye.
OAK. 309—2 unfurnished front rooms; suitable
for housekeeping.
O'FARRELL. 409— Double parlors, dining-room
and kitchen, bath; unfurnished; $13 50.
WANTED— Situation as housekeeper by mid-
dle-aged German woman; is good . cook and
' thorbush housekeeper; city or country. A.,
box 4521, Call office.
GERMAN midwife and nurse wishes some more
engagements by ladies in confinements MRS.
WOLTER, 132 Sixth St.
LEAVENWORTH. 223— Medium-sized unfur-
nished front room; adults; $6.
WOMAN wants to do washing or houseclean-
ing by the day or month. 54 Ivy aye.
BORROW rroriey of the respectable and relia-
ble house of L'NCLE HARRIS. 15 Grant aye.
FOLSOM, 739— A1l light rooms, for housekeep-
ing. J2 up; also single rooms $1 up.
TO salaried men: without collateral or Indorser.
S. F. Discount Agency, 143 Phelan building.
LADIES' cloaks, suits. $1 per week. Eastern
Outfitting Co.. 1306 Stockton, near Broadway.
IS-ROOM house; all new; central $750
17-room house; rent $50 *S0
65-room house; clears $450 ;. 4000
10-room house; nice home 325
85-roorh house; clears $200 1800
Monoy to loan. GALE, 320 Parrott bldg.
LADIES to iearn barbor trade; only requires
eight weeks to learn this very profitable busi-
ness; halrdresslng taught in four weeks. Call
or write for free Illustrated catalogue. MO-
WOMAN and girls on steam power sewing ma-
chines; experienced or inexperienced. Shirt
Factory, 36^i Fremont st. ; elevator.
GOOD strong -girl for general housework and
cooking. Call 116 Liberty st. ____
WANTED — Experienced men's neckwear hands;
also apprentices. L. SAMTER & SON, 618
Market st.
TWO Inexperienced "Iris to learn fancy Ironing
at St. Nicholas Laundry, 17th and Folsom.
BORROW money on sealskins, silverware; low
Interest. UNCLE HARRIS/ 15 Grant aye.
WANTED— In private family In Southern Cal-
ifornia, a thoroughly educated, accomplished
lady singer and reader. Answer box 543, Call
office, stating very particularly literary and
musical education, age, reference.
EXPERIENCED operators on ladles' shirt
waists sun bonnets and lawn caps; good
wages. BAUER BROS, fc CO., 21 Sansome st.
WANTED— A first-class sewer and sklrtmaker.
Apply 2240 Post St. '
WILLING woman can find good home; $10; for
general housework; steady place; short dis-
tance in country. Box 4813. Call office.
WANTED — Painters' falls; call early. 325
LOT of old windows and tank closets; must b«
cheap. Addrees box 1354. .Call' office^
DR. BCZARD'S Dog Hospital, Post. Fillmore.—
Advice and medicine 75c; city visits $1" 50; all
animals treated; dogs boarded. Tel. West 636.
W. E. CODY^latTwiiTh J. T Terry & Co.) buys
furniture, carpets. 757 Mission; tel. Red. 5353.
ALFRED WOLLPERT. ¦ 773 Mission St., pays
the highest prices for your 2d-hand furniture.
WANTED— $5000 carpets, furniture, etc. ; highest
price paid: postal. M. Sllverstein. 1121 Market.
GOOD reliable agents wanted to Introduce a
new 25c article. 128 Kearny St., room 8.
FOR SALE— Seventy-five horses; Just arrived
from Nevada; fitted for all kinds of work.
Apply at Huntington and Diamond Valley
Stock Yards, corner Sheridan and Ninth
streets, where they are on inspection.
FAMILY horse, one of the finest; sound
and fearless; child can drive; aleo Stude-
baker trap and harness, nearly new. COLO-
NEL FREEMAN, Presidio.
40 HORSES for sale; also wagons, bugglea.
carts, harness. Grand Arcade Horse Market.
827 Sixth St.; auction sales every Wednesday.
SULLIVAN & DOYLE. Auctioneers.
60 HEAD fine draught and driving horses at 1621
and 1625 Market at., bet. Twelfth and Brady;
also some fine matched black teams.
THREE or four Jersey cows for sale; very sren-
tle; for family use. J. F. PERLE, Angel Isl.
HEALD'S Business College, 24 Post St., 8. F. :
practical courses In bookkeeping, shorthand,
typing. languages, telegraphy. English
branches, civil, electrical and mining engi-
neering, etc. ; i.ew SO-page catalogue free.
ALL official reporters of this city advise stu-
dents to go to Gallagher's Shorthand Insti-
tute. Parrott building; be wise; follow their
advice; be thorough; life scholarship $50.
ALL students but two taking full course
this year got positions. SAN FRANCISCO
BUSINESS COLLEGE. 1226 Market st.
ENGINEERING EChool.civil.electrtcal, mining,
mech.. survey, assay, archl.; day and even.;
est. ISC4. VAN DER NAILLEN, 933 Market.
MIPS M. G. BARRETT Is unable to fill all de^
iriand* for her shorthand graduates; lessons
personally ami by mall; day and eve. 202 Mont.
AYRES' Business College, 723 Market St., con-
ducted personally by Mr. and Mrs. Ayres;
life scholarship $50, Includes all branches.
MIPS M. G. BARRETT la unable to fill all de-
mands for her shorthand graduates; lessons
personally and by mall. SO2 Montgomery st.
SECURE an experienced teacher. PROF.
MERKI. 100S Mission; violin, mandolin, guitar.
"EXPANSION" the order at DURHAM'S Busl-
ness College, 30% Larkln st., cpp. City Hall.
DANCING, ballroom or stupe, quickly taught;
priv.or class. Barker's Academy, 927 Mission.
LAW schools. 927 Market, S. F., and 905 Broad-
way, Oakland: day and night; correspondence.
BOOKKEEPING, arithmetic. prammar, writing;
day and night; terms low. 1024 Mission,nr.6th.
PIANO, banjo, mandolin; reasonable terms;
thorough Instruction. Studio, 405 Geary, r. 17.
THE Hitchcock School, San Rafael, for young
men and boys; Easter term begins Jan. 7.
ACTING and vaudeville people put on stage.
Hallett. Lyceum Theater. 310 O'Farrell st.
YES. $3 per acre up: farm list: free fare. M.
GRIFFIN. 719 Market st.. near Call building.
MILLBRAE lots and blocks: fenced: water
works. BUTTERFIELD. 927 Market st.
A WEEK'S news for 5 cents— The Weekly Call.
I* pages. In wrapper, for malllnr. $1 per rear.
CHESTNUT, 293. cor. Dupont— Furnished room
'•'..to rent for housekeeping; cheap. :'".'.
CLAY. 2421. near FlHmore— 2 large unfurnished
rooms; yard; water; rear: rent $7. .
FOLSOM. 523— Suite of rooms on parlor floor,
complete for housekeeping; rent $10; hot and
cold water. ' . . ¦ •¦.•.:•¦
$60 TO $50,000: lowest rates; Ist. and 2d mortgs. :
any proposition. DRYDEJJ,; 413 Montgomery.
ON furniture, pianos, without" removal: no
commission; private. LICK.: 118 McAllister st.
IF your property is mortgaged and you need
more money see H. MURPHY.. 63O Market st.
A BRANCH office for the reception of adver-
tisements and subscriptions has been opened
at 1223 Polk St.; open until 9 p. m.
A BRANCH office for Call advertisements and
subscriptions has been established at the
northwest corner of Twenty-eecond and Ken-
tucky sts. : open until 9 p. m. -*"'- : -" '-¦¦'¦
MOXEY WASTED.. -.\r. ;.-¦__
WANTED — $2000 on first mortgage. : Address
box 1534. Call office. .: .: ,:-" - :
WATcTED^Lodging house; 20 or 30 rooms; un-
furnished preferred. MONOES. 903 Powell st.
AGAIN we remind you that you should pur-
chase your medium and ; low-priced pianos
where they can be exchanged for a Steinway
within three yean and have . full purchase
price allowed. We are selling new upright
pianos for $6 per month, i and some good
pianos for $3. $4 and $5 per month. SHER-
MAN. CLAY & CO.. Steinway Dealers, cor-
ner Kearny and Sutter sts.. . San Francisco:
corner Thirteenth and Broadway. Oakland.
PACKARD pianos and orzahs are "all right."
Agency at MAUVAIS'. 76a Market st.
THE sale of "Baby" Deckers during the holi-
days was unprecedented. A new supply Just
received at MAUVAIS'. 769 Market at.
HEADQUARTERS for gramophones, grapho-
phones, Olympla music boxes. Wasborn and
Ideal guitars. Stewart banjos. MAUVAIS'.
769 Market st.
ABSOLUTELY the oldest and largest house
west of Chicago Is KOHLER & CHASE'S.
26, 2S and SO O'Farrell St.; pianos, organs and
all other musical Instruments of all grades
and prices; terms easy; prices lowest: every-
thing possible dons to please and satisfy the
customer. -¦-.'. >
CARTERS Gold Mine shares; fortune makers;
dividend payers; quoted on Pacific Stock Ex-
change; 40 cents per share or monthly Install-
ments; send for prospectus. CARTERS GOLD
MINING CO.. 220 California St.. rooms 5-7.
W. F. ARAM, mining attorney, room 40, Sth
floor. Mills build in«r. S. F. ; tel. Main 844.

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