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BUSINESS OFFICE cf The San Francisco j
Call. <y>reer of Market and Third streets: open !
until 1" o'clock rvrrv nlg-ht In the year. j
BRUNCH OFFICES— Ef7 Montgomery stre.^ j
rorr.^r <"l*y; cr<n until 9:30 p. m. j
SCO Hayes street, open until ?:30 p. ni. ,
<T» McAllister street: open until 9:30 p. m. j
•15 Larkin street: open untl! ?:* : > P- m.
1><1 MiTFion Mrt-et; op<n until 10 p- m.
S€l Market street, corr.fr Sixteenth : ot>en '
cr.ttl S p. m.
M6 Eleventh street: oj-en untl! • p. m.
If!* Valencia rtrcet: open until 9 p. ni.
Northwest corner Twenty-second and Ken-
tucky streets; or<*n vmtll 9 p. m.
?%*• F:llrr.orc street: open until 9 p. nn.
ASTLt'M of Ooldcn t'Sate Comniander> „ '
Na 16. K. T.. 625 Suit— *t.— Specta! TBg^
«wmi,!y THIS KVEXIXO at S o'c-l<:<-k. SZ
Matters cin«ertainlngr to the Triennial <TV
t'onclave will l>e consIJerc.i. A full at-
ten.lance is t'eslred. All fratcrs arc courte- j
ousiv inrtted.
H. 1^ LOVELAN1>. Em. Com.
THKO. FROLICH. Recorder.
OCCIDENTAL I*»dpe~XoT~22~FrX A. a
T:30 o'clock, third decree. Master Ma- jC3f i
«>r.s cordially invited. By order of the :
KINO Solomon' f L-^jre No. 2t». F. and m
A. M.. Franklin Hall. Fillmore st.. bet. .JV_
Ba*h r.r.d Sutter Third degree TH!? jKjlf
EVENING at 7:30 o'clock. r*r
HARRT BAEHR, Secretary.
CA LIFORNIA Lcdre No. 1. L O. -^jjfhT.
to be rreyer.t MONDAY EVEN-
ING. June 24. 1S01. The Past * ******
¦ Grands' Association trill pay us a fraternal
visit. You will be hirhly entertained.
¦ O. W. DOHLSON. N. G.
THE Past Grands' Association. I. — riiri'"i
•"» O. f.. will visit Ca'.iforn-.R
Lortfe Nc-. 1. I. O. O. F. THIS
• MONDAY) EVENING. All mem- <: 2W^
|v?rs are requested to be present. |
R. H. LLOTD. Pres.
A Hr.ALTHT ittEaae far ¦utovOeai.i MRS.-? DEL •
rt'XKE. 1416 Eighth ft.. Alameda. j
J. PELTIER, asphalt roofing, sidewalks rT- ¦
rslred; postal. UM Mission; tel. Folsom HOT. •
- ,.i !
AI'VIOE free: divorce law a specialty; private; I
no fee without success: collections. G YV :
HOWE, atty at lam-. S30 Market.cor. Stockton I
ADVICE free: no charges unless successful. W •
•W. DAVIDSON. 9T7 MarVet st. opp. Mason j
L. 5. CLARK. Enm& Spreckels bldp.. SJ7 Mar- j
ket »t.: consultation free; no fees in advance. ¦
2 Oil 3 children to board, week cr month: best ;
care ;sunny yard :nr. school ;reasonablt.HiOT Cal. .
_ r _. ....... _. ... _¦ j
BOOKS of even' Wad bought. Tel. Red 2SM ';
HOLME? BOOK CO.. 7C-4-:06-70S Mission st. •
U»— PARTNER m-anted in old-established com- i
mltzien business; win clear t"5 to iv:-' p< r [
month to each- no experience, required. See !
_ FTRANP & CO.. T8 Kearny st.
A COFFEE eiloon and chop-house, close to \
Chronicle buildinc. half interest or whole :
owner otherwise eiyraged: a bargain C*ll
R. d. WILKE. y>i* Kearny.
A RARE chance— >tj5; restaurant about two i
block* south of Phclan bnildins: rent pS; :
daily receipts average J30: ineals from lie u\-: :
livir.pr room: clearii^r $i«0 per month Call R i
G. WILKE. X', Kearr.y «
|!30ft-CANDY ttore and f&ctcry in OaVland: |
rent $30; the place clears above J.K0 per .
fnonth: owner has other business and must
_s<ll. togntea R. G. WILKE. £6-, Keamy st j
A— *3y»: DELICACY store and branch bakery, j
m-ith 3 living room*: rent V.i: kept by owner
11 years; choice business location Partlcolart '¦
_ R. O. WILKE. 2S'a Kecrny tt ' j
A— 1~'<»: CORNER |troc«r>- and bar with 3 llv- j
Inx: rooms; rent J1S; choice location in the ;
M.is*ion; a steady and Eood-paylng business •
Inquire R. G. V.ILKE. DS'j Keamr «t.
A-W; SALOON: no better located place in
this city; rent J3O: place clears easily %'.'.•> j
r^r month: no r.tght work See R. G. '
XVILKE. X'-s Kearr.y st. j
JT«— Grocery fe fruit : r.o r«nt : good clean stock, j
flS" 1 — Wine &. liquor rtore; bar & bottle trade. ;
»«."!«— Shoe store; all new slock.
JC"<> — Saincn an<1 furnished rooms. I
Virtf saloon taking SKO0 mo. ; call for price. :
SilfO— Rant* *) ecres.; «rr.a!l house.
t«C< — <"andy store, tee cream parlor.
TV— hate *orae veri" genuine business oppor- |
tur.itie* weJI vorth investlpatlcn.
WALTER HAYES & CO.. S3 Market St. j
ALL Virds « 1 property boucht, sold or exch. ; ,
rprclalty n-.a-l"; rt fcuyinit and nelilnK loltr.nj:-
. hou«^»: all kinds of clerical help furnished. ;
1/OS'i Market st., room 4. |
TOf ran be suited in KB] kind cf business by ,
<-»!!!-« «t offlce
C TV. SIT Market St.. near :
7"ir:h. rhone Mint I'll. 1
A SNAP— Orccery; flne Mock; elegantly l<Kated I
en corner- oniy VM: 3 living room*; rent $20;
worth SZft'. FISHER A CO.. VZ Market »t.
A — STTL; Hran'-h bakery 4- variety store: 3 turn.
rni*.; rent ««. STKAND & CO.. 2O Kearny. '
OFFK"F>-P.»iil e? )B te ofr.ee for sale. JOSEPH '
DAIHE. TS> Market tt. :
FOR «ale— In VaHe^o. one of the b«-st ccrner •
rt'eon* srd r^omlnR hou«» of 2>) rooms, new- ,
ly furnished: hest rocmt In town; If you are
l<v>klnr f'-r a raf* ir. vestment ycu will flnl It
: here; srfij bear lnt-pecti^n ; cause of K'Ulnz. r-'-
tirfne fr.->m bosin»«s. For particular* call on '
AI>ASI MILLER. COT. Virginia and Santa
dara st*.. Vallejo.
A— K-nOOM lodtrinr-bousf on or.» of the be»t
*tr»^ts tn the Hty: contains furniture of the
!arr*t *tyle. not firewood; this I* an acci-
dent of or.<-e In a li'e time; come an<l make
• n ©Set. CONNOP.S & SON'S. S?3 Market
: *t . rooms ! and 2.
CRCf'ERT «n<1 \a.r: no better money making !
r'*ac« in cstjr; fine cash trade; trial riven be- !
for*- buylnr: owner want* to retire after sev-
eral year* In bu*lr.e»s; ?l!t-edce chance; *afe ;
1rtve«tw:»r.t. RuMnes* Board Trade. 225 Pine. •
FOR sale— Whole cr half Interest in bakery. !
int'rtor citr. f!r*t-c!a*» loratton: Rood bust- I
res*, clearing *V*> to HWi per month: can i
>•» fully Inveftigated. Addre«* "Anna Ua- I
_fcfry." box 3401. Cal! omce. San Francisco.
FOR sale at a bargain— Flr*t-class country !
hotel, on railroad and terminus of stace '
l!r»; has all the *tar» patronage; owner re- |
tirinr. Address box 2X11. Call offlce.
To parcha** »mall ravine builner* i
' «f rr.m- klr.d; state particular*. Box lot. i
EPLENDID store In right location for any I
business; low rent.. LICHTENSTEIN, 15 !
Grant ave
$*•"»— RXAP: «:<• 1 salor.n. near city; eheap rent. !
-. .412 Hzjitnf- ¦ - bulldlne.
REAL estate ofCce, furniture, etc., for aal« I
et great sacrifice. 76*. Mark-t «t.
»Trf— MT'J?T sell ssloon: bargain: k^a rcasooa. i
«ff Commercial «t.. 2 doors from K»«rny. {
t»OOI» oiieninc for t^rb-r shop and baths In !
h«-tet; *|.o tnlior. ?1» VuleccH pt
Loocnrc-nocsBS koii rale.
4t-l:OOM bOOSJC. clears tVfi t«iK>0
.:•. !W rooms : clexant; new 24W
: M-rooni bc<trd!nc-hou*e 7001
.70 room*; country hotel and bar TZIA \
¦. * rooia* (>a MIr«lon et 2T^) j
. I'^-ro'im corner Hat 2S0
: . 1» room* or. K'-ly... I £50
¦' ."-] XI ro»m* on M«rk*t l"Wi
•: 21 rooma wi Taylor )1.V>
; . t! rooms; corner jvw
:••' JS rooms in Oakland • 430
¦ lS-room house; tiwre to clear Jioo..... 700
Z% rocmt: aW^Tented; clears SHi... ....... 2000
:Hroom*: elecent corner; clesr* $1W>...... 1S00
2S room* on Market; clears $200 l&0f»
; 21 room*: Cre and sunny: clears IHO jy*>
.'lOroon-.s; vry central; on Taylrr 400
;:¦:¦*• rooms; ne«r Eddy: new furniture ijjo
WK other house*, from VJ> to |I0,V<». : .
; G\\p vr* a call. I m>1! «n<l ejehanr? real
'- ertate andbualnrsf flares. What do vo-j v/ant
'¦'..\. or trhut hav* you to offer? Phone Mint 791
H. «-'. DECKER. K30 Market «t.. opp. tth.
A. CAMERON A CO.. ~' " -.-¦-. 7^"^"*
.;¦¦¦ .;; VJ) Market tt. ar.d 8 Stockton «t. ¦
Room* 21. 22 and 23. Phone ninth 32<!.
- If you have bote], rooming houne: or bualne**
•r sen list with u«. We have cash cu*tr>mer«
tT all else* and price*. £«¦* |<,» o f bargain*.
K room*; rent IWJ; 4-yr. lease: new fur..
. c*JTjet»; reduced to make «julck «alr....ilf/^
4! rmi. ;rt. 1171: flne cor.; cd. lor.; cpt»..fur. MX>
tB rms.; rent JSO: cor. : fine loc. ; «roo4 fur.. 2<W)
tS rni« . rent tV>: flr.e l->c. : full prrmin'ty. 2300
tt rms.; rent »I2S: elej^ly fur.: fst-el* h«e, iffy,
M rms.it. W; wtr. fr.jelf;.: full; fut-cls h*;
rourt *c\\ at aacrl.; ac. deptre; reduced t?> 1K0
,'K-rma.; flne ttaneleni house; new fur..... Jl>«
II rms,; Post; rent UC: On*: tar.: sunny.. 2200
- 14 rms.: r- $70; %nj-. f>r,: <td. his. ; |rt. h*-kp. 1000
MARION GRIFFIN— Money to Ix»n.
0 Il> Market *t.: by Call Itld«.; tel. Hla<* VM.
:. No eharte If you llct your house with me.
Tbes« are sample*; ea!l at office for li«t.
29 rooms: rent tzn-. corner, fi. of Market..* 430
; (• rooms; rent |l«0; cltrars *200 iOOQ
; U roomr; all front rooms; rrnt tM ?oo
; t rooma; rent %Vi\ central: leaving city.. SCO
t* room*: * nice «ir,; clears J7S: rent SZX. 13W)
» roo«r.», eor, : *'»- • <->«.r» tttO montta.. O00
Ycu. may buy nnv roomlnc-hcuse In
the city, and pay lor It
In monthly payments v
from tho profits
>if the house
Vacant houses furnished.
FISHER .v CO.. ?sr, Market st.. opi». Mason.
"7 rconis, price $S00; 3."> rooms, price $1400.
:4 rooms, price H0C0; !2 rooms, price J500.
36 rooms, price $1400. H rooms, price JS2j.
h i-conis: tlnrly furnished; rent $30; SM0.
If a I.Rrgain. wo hav«? thorn at any price.
THE largest and best 1 list of lotiginK-houses
and hotels can Iv found at offlce of
No. ?17 Market st. (near Fifth St.).
rhot;e Mint 1911.
JST;.- LODGING-HOUSE; ~10~ rooms ;~ furnished.
SSiS Mission st
CHEAPEST and b*$t in America— Tha Weekly
Call. IC pages, sent to any address In th*
I'nlted ?ta»*>s cr Canada one year for U.
r-fiyrwgp pn'd.
Trance, business medium; life reader: exam-
infs ore; oil locations: medical clairvoyant:
treats, cures sick: cancer removed without
use of knife. 11G4 O'Farrell. nr. Gouch: Ellls-
tt, car: *it.. $1; letter. $2. Tel. Hyde 2461.
RESUMED business— Mrs. Dr. Farnham. the
world -renowned spiritual medium: advice in
all affairs In life: lawsuits, divorces, deaths;
unite* the separated: mining a specialty: cir-
cles Sun.. Wed.. Frl. eve.: letter* answered.
Residence (no signs). 3S McAllister »t.
THE wonderful clairvoyant, crystal medium,
late of Paris, speaks English. French. Ger-
man: sittings dally: JL 215 Leavenworth st.
JOHN PLATER— Circles 25c. Mon. & Ftl. eves..
S:15: Wed. afternoon. 2:4S: sittings daily. 10
to 4, except Sun. 1S09 Stockton, nr. Greenwich.
MRP. LOITISE P. DREW. Psychic. Electric
nnd Magnetic Healer. Room 14. 305 Lnrkin
H.: tel. Howard 2711: hours 10 a. in. to 6 p. m.
MRS. HUBBARD. 109 Oak— Circles Tuesday
and Friday. S p. m. : Wednesday, 2:30 p. m.,
10c: readings dally 60c.
EDWARD EARLF. 32S Ellis— Readings daily:
sennce Pun.. Tues. and Thurs. Tel. Polk 1601.
KATIE HEUSSMANN. 136 West Mission St..
nr. ISth— Circle Frl. eve.. !5c: slttlnsR dally*
FRI ENDPHIP Hall. SS5 McAllister— Mrs. C. J
M»yor: *lttlnr» daily: test to nil to-night: 10c.
a— Lincoln -" Clairvoyant and
high psych 1st
He tcHs your nnme. condition, desire, ho^s, *
etc.. without asking a single question: cures
diseases without medicine: shows you how to
a veld bad luck "and how to make yourself
lurky: reunites the separated; makes har-
mony In your home: plves accurate advice on
el! business affairs; Investment?, mmlnsr. oil:
r»f.cHr.r» by mail; send stamps for terms.
12S Turk st.
10O0 Callers Since May 1st.
Naarnan. Russian reer, medium, palmist and
advisor, tells your name, what you called for.
cures your disease cr anything you want to
know: no charges in advance; satisfaction guar-
anteed; develops mediums In 2 months; teache*
palmistry, clairvoyar.cy: hours P a. m. to 9
p. m.; reading* by mall. 325 O'Farrell «t.
MRS. DR. F. CLARK, tht well-known trance
medium, is permanently located at 1206 Mar-
ket Ft., ccrner GoMen Gate arc, rooms 25 and
IS; tEke elevator. Perfect satiyfaetion guaran-
teed by mall. Fend stamp for pamphlet with
fpeclai terms Dally and Sunday.
MME. PORTER, wonderful clairvoyant X- cant
reader, oorn with double vpI!— second sight ;
diapnr^es disease with life reartlns: turtle* 5Cc.
rents D: ralm. »nd clalt. sit. SI ZO. 12S Turk.
Mrs. Dr. Sayior. queen of clairvoyants <fc palm-
ists: nan-.?* an.! -iate«; L. JSc; G. S!V: mall Jl. 1
mttfe Market, op Van Neysr t»l. Mint 10!>3. ;
MULE. M WU.T.K ofl\".rtvTl>ilrvovan7 trance, i
busings medium; i»p"aks French. German. I
Essllsh: from ? to *: !0c. 2K Lea vrn worth.
KNOW your fate; Mm<*. Richard*. sr.tro!oxlcn5 1
palmist and r«-~.r?er of human <l«.-?Uny: never 1
fall*: 3c »r.«l M-. li">3 Mission at^ cor. Sth.
MKS. PR VALEENV dalr- pelraist; advice on
nil «.ffair>: from departed friend*:
tracher of rr.p.cn»il«rr;. I.'.;."'-. Market.
MME. SANDERS. 127 Mason *t.. medium: palm-
Ijt: tearhes mlr:<1 te'eeraphv; advice on a!l
tuslne««: 4 rjuestlon* by mall. II; hr«. 12 to S.
ISMAR. the Ecyptlsn irypsy. rlalrvnysnt and
palmist. i>ermaa«rtlr located 1HS Market, op.
Cth - private readlrirs daily, 10 a. m.to 5 p. m.
MME. MONTAGUE, clairvoyant and iiolmlst.
gives n.im*s. fact". date*:s-itlsfartinn by mall;
Intense stamp. Iff? Market, op. Odd Fellow*, j
MRr.MELVII.L. well-knr.vtn rialrvoy-jnt. water !
rcaier 1) Cth German *i-/>k»n:ie|. Howard ISIS, i
MMK. W ALT'* I'.F.. rreat rar.l reader: IsmI!** 2>: j
C-n:s COc. Kl MlFsJ<>n. nr. Cth: open Sundays, i
l!r". Malliry. clairvoyant fari r**atl»r: when
ethers fall consult rne; !. 2jc. s.Z6. H? Howard,
IIME^OERNARO. 17 ?rf st.. rcup on vacation:
wli: return aeoa; wstrh j.3p*r fnr ed.
MME. SCHAFFER rlalrvoynnt. rar'l reader; t
slttiDga Oaily. 44S«, Je»j>ie st,, bet. Etta an-1 r,th.
MMr. AUGUST- clairvoyant, canl rea-l«r and
palmistry, truth or no pay; 2.*.c. 1149 Mission.
VRS. BROWN— C!«lnm»nt card n-a.Ier; Ia.!les
2ic: gent* 69c 1J2 Sixth *t.
MMF. RAVENNA r*rA* life fluently; bu«tne*s
edvire: rairc« rivrn- 2"> utl i Fourth rt.
WHEN* you becom»- dl«rust<»d r.-lth poor work
»»nd t^SPAI'LHING'S pioneer r a rp-t-Beat-
Inr Work". 3."4-r;T TfhBirn ft. : let. South 40.
HEATING, ic: Inylr.i? Z*-- r»nr.vatln«r. Sc up: \
work guarantee T. R. Co.: j.hon» Scoit 1310. j
IM'IiOI.PH Si C(y. rarp»t-»^at!ng work*: prlcn
r»>awir.nble. I7f2 Harrison; til. Mission 2S3.
cnxKi.i.vs Sup»r!T Cx*v-t-ru-*i:\nx Works.
ZXZ Oolrlen Gate ave.: tf-l»:jhcn<» Eist IIS.
ADVANCE rarp»t «'l*pnlre Co. V-1 R'JtW nt.;
tel Main Y*. CEO. U'ALCOM. Pr.-iprletor.
JONES A: m.. r^'int>l« rarp»t elMwn oil ren-
ovators. 2C-27 I^ichth Ft.: tel. Jersie 1061.
SANITAItY cl»3nln>r nnd rfv»|n< rompany. 312-
344 McAWttfT «t.: rhi,r:o South II?.
CITY Kteam Carp>'t-II>atlns Work", n. Tf.
STEVENS, r-.ar.. Sth rt.: tel. South 23A
j7 E. MITCH KUrCari*tn>Ttlnir nml Reno-
vatlng Co.. 240 Fourteenth *t.; ItU Ml**lon 74.
CARPET? rlean»^1 at th» lowrjit raff". PTItAT-
TQN. 3 KlgMh >t.: l»1»r,hon. J»-»al> ;»4t.
INGROWN nalln. liunlons. rr.rn«. wart*, rhll-
M»lr.»: r»nlnl»i'i« fun*. Or. Dunrnn. «ir. Putter.
GEORGE W. KELLY'S Agency— No charge un-
!»-»¦ rnT»»rfnl. Room iiO. S27 Market *t.
Sl'KNT furnished cottagf. Z rtytrnf, large gar-
den: refrrenrea. VM Twenty-third, nr. Ca*tro.
!M ANT) $1S— 2 modrrn sunny rottage*. Do-
lor«^ rt.. tj»t. l'tth nnd 1-Oth: water free.
ket *t.. cor. 4th. rm. ". Kloo<I bl(!ic.. you can
have your extraction* done nalnl'-rcly ; teeth
¦without pint*-* our *|irclalty; gol I crown*,
tZ Ui Up: plates, extraction* fr«>«\ $4 &0 tip; of-
!>•.•<¦ hours. 9 a. in. to Id p. rn.: Kunday*. * to 2
p. m. J. W t THATCHER. M. !>.. .M.in-f'r.
EIGHT prize* for best Town*, plat'*, ?>ridK« ¥ *
and nillnrs: exlrartlon* or nillnic* by my
vi.jn'l' rfiil secret, |i:ilnl«rHK method; 20 years'
experience; no students; adv|r» frre; prices
»-h»ape»t and Kuarantr-fd; lady attonrlanta
HH. GEOItGK AV. LEEK. 20 O'Karrell »t.
A— NEW unbrenkakle :.Ute, the Ito*e Pearl,
warrunted for 20 years; crown*. \i M; filling*.
Uk.; plates, ;:¦: full let; all work palnle** and
warranted. Chicago Dental Parlor*. 24 Sixth.
KXPKHT d«-ntl*t In order to build up a prac-
tice will fill u-'-tli. make plate*, gold crown*
and lirldcn work at bedrock price*. Offlce
1141 Polk «t.. corner 8utter; ntwn Sundays.
AT Ideal Dental Co.. c Eddy st.— Work done
on wtreklv Installments: lowest rate*.
I'AKIS Dental Parlor*. 235 Keamy, cnr. Kunh—
Full net of teeth. 14; crown*. $2; fllHnRn. 2,;c.
Die. IL L.WAL8H,8U% Oeary.nr.Larkln^Paln^
lfsi extraction .Vto; plate* f. up;t»honePolkll3S.
UK. II. O. TKIIMAN.' dentist, third floor. Kx-
ninlner buMdlnx: fornv-rly In Murphy bldg.
LOWEST iirlrea In H.Y. Palnlew extraction]
Me, N. Y. D«>ntl»t*. S69 Mission St., cor. 6th.
VAN VROOM— "I'olnler*"; <-v«-nlnc« and Sun-
days, vm Market *t., corner Sixth.
KRT <t tenth wlThout plate. 7J». II. G.
YOTTN'G. 1141 Polk at.
MeOOWELL Drunnaklnf '&. Millinery Hchool—
Clam! rate*: pattornw cut. J019 Market at.
ACeOJtDEON jdeatina;; country order* prompl
attTtlnn. 1Z1 I'otit. over O'Connor & Moffntt.
Electrlo-Chemlc medlfiotlnn curw« faulty nurrl-
tlon, nerve, blood & constitutional ¦IIh-ih.ph.
Tins. K. <fc K.'e E.'ectrlc Sanltnrlum. 8 Mason.
GALLAGHER-MARSH Collet. Parrott bUL;.—
Shorthand, typing and bookkeeping; Robert
F. Gallagher, expert court reporter, teacher of
shorthand: reportorlal phrasing taught; prac-
tical bookkeeping, full course, $50; catalogue.
HEALD'S Bl.'SINKSsfcOLLEGE. 24 Post et.,
S. !•".— Bookkeeping. Rltorthnnd. typing, lan-
guages, telegraphy. English branches, civil,
electrlcnl nnd mining engineering, etc.; day
<& night sessions; new SO-page catalogue free.
AYRES' Business CollpRe. 723 Market st.— Day
& eve.; bookkeeping, shorthand, typing, teleg-
raphy, etc.: life scholarship. J50; Individual
Instruction; positions secured: catalogue free.
A— THE LYCEUM, an accredited preparatory
school for the university, law nntl medical
colleges; references. President Jordan or any
Stanford professor. Phelan building.
ACTING, elocution, specialties; Hallett School,
associated with theatrical agency securing
positions. Alcazar building, 120 O'Farrcll st.
MERRILL-MILLER~ColieBe^ihdrthand. typ-
inpr. practical bookkeeping. Rooms 40-45. Par-
rott bldg.: Individual Instruction; catalogue.
ENGINEERING— Civil. elec..m!nlng.mech..*ur-
vcy, assay, cyanide; day. eve; est. 1864. Van
d«»r Nnlllen School. 113 Fulton, nr. City Hall.
A FULL course cf Ellis bookkeeping and the
Gregg shorthand costs only $C0. San Fran-
clsco Business College. 1236 Market st.
A SPECIALTY— Perfecting beginners: business
college graduates ; bookkeeping: figures: short
time. TARR, exp. acct.. 220 Parrott hldg.
INSTRUCTION In grammar grade and high
school work. Apply S6 South Park; refer-
PROF. L. MERKI. successful teacher of violin,
mandolin and guitar. IOCS Mission et., nr. 6th.
VIOLIN thoroughly taught. MRS. MAUD
MONKS. 2211 Flllmore nt.; tel. Geary 717.
ARITHMETIC, bookkeeping, grammar, writing.
etc.: day or eve.; $5 mo. 1024 Mission, nr. 6th.
JAPANESE and Chinese help of all kinds;
cooks, waiters and house servants. GEO.
AOKI & CO.. 421 Post St.; tel. Bush 135.
RELIABLE Japanese-Chinese employment of-
fice: all kinds help. 315 Stockton; Main G1S3.
ORPHEUM Kmployment Offlce— Japanese. Chl-
nw« help. 426 Powell.nr. Sutter:tel. Black 5072.
A FIR~ST-CLAPS German chambermaid and
seamstress wants a position. MISS CULLEN,
325 Sutter st. ¦
F1R£T-CLAS?S German cook wants position In
private family. clt>: or country. MISS CCL-
LEN, 323 Sutter st.
; RELIABLE r.niimn wishes position as work-
i Ing housekeeper: city references. £23 How-
j aril et.
j FIRST-CLASS hotel cook wants position, city
or country. MISS CULLEN, 325 Sutter st.
'' GOOD cook wants place on ranch In email
lamlly in country. 748 Howard st.
A YOUNG Scandinavian second girl wishes a
situation. Call at 413 Harrison
' WOMAN wishes light housework and cooking;
no washing. Call 7 Van Ness ave.
: WOMAN wants work by ths day, washing and
! cleaning. 6 IlofT ave.
I RELIABLE woman wishes situation to do gen-
eral housework: city or short distance In
country. 140 Pajre st.
A YOUNG WOMAN wishes work by the day.
house cleaning: willing and obliging. Box
JCS1. Call offlce.
j YOUNG girl dfslres place to do chamberwork
nn! sewing In American family; good ref-
erences; country preferred. Box 2429, Call.
STYLISH dressmaking In ladles' and children's
clothes by on experienced dressmaker; tl 25
I per day. 1*13 Webster *t.. near Ellis.
DRESSMAKER from New York wl«he« en-
fcagementA in families evening: dresses and
street sown* specialty: satisfaction guaran-
teed. *24 Geary st.
YOUNG SWEDISH woman wishes position;
washing end housecleanlnr. Call at 663 Har-
rison rt.
LADY wljhe* to take in plain sewing or go out
hy the day; will also do housecleanlng. 1136
Howard st.
WANTED — I'laln sewing and gents' mending
to dc at home. Call 150 Fourth »t.
WINCHESTER Houie. 41 Third «t.. near Mar-
ket— 200 room*: 25c to $1 ft per night; $1 50 to
t< w- .-k; convenient and respectable: free 'bus
and baKRSKe to and from ferry.
CLASSIFIED advertisement* and nubacrlptlons
received at Call branch office. 2200 Fillmore.
A KItANCII offlre for Call advertisements and 1
••ibxrlptlons ha* been established at 10M
Valencia *t. '
COl'PLE want «ltuatlon«; man roo-1 cook, wife
assistant at any work; pl.iln liotel or board-
ing houn\ city or country. Address C. 8.,
Box 3533. Call office. _^
AN exr<-rl»ncetl salesman lining to the Phlllp-
Iilre l*>lnnds would like to reprenent a whole-
y»\- Ikius* or manufacturing company to In-
troduce goods there; best of reference* given.
Plcane adJrenn A. GARBKR. Golden West
Hotel. Kills st.
WANTED— A i*>*ltlon by a young man Mn a
butcher shop. t»here he can learn to cut meat;
ha* a r'Mi.l >l»nl of experience In the business;
b»*t of references; city or country. Box UK.
Call offlre. 4
yot'NO man who ran *peak French. German.
Spanish. Dutrh and Engllvh fluently wlihea
a Mt tint Ion In a hotel; can furnish best of
reference. Box 3'.O7. Call office.
WANTED— By sober. r»llatle man. single;
rcorhman. rard»ner: city or country: milking
and (ten<-r.tl work around private place: refer-
ence*. Please iuMrm.i P. LI.E. box 3419. Call.
GERMAN man ar.d wife wl*h situation* on
ranch; man <-nre horse* and work about
ranch- wife *nod cook: *20. Box 35S2. Call.
SITUATION wanted In grocery or meat mar-
ket t\r any clerical work by young man of
25. Box 3O1. Call office. .
YOUNO man (German) wlshe* situation In
private pl»c«. rare of hnnrii or garden; can
milk; r^fort-nce*. Box 3.7>3. Coll offlce.
CLASSIFIED advertisement* and subscriptions
received *t Call branch offlce. 2200 Flllmore st.
A IIRANCH office for Call advertisements and
sutmrrfptlons has been established at 1096
Valencia st.
KKATIIKI! pillow* and mattresses steamed.
r»-novat«-d. E. J. O'ROURKK. 1353 Valencia
St.; rhone Blue 1395. ¦
A— KLATS. house* and cottaxe* for rent.
271* Kllb-rt.n.h..7r.$3.) 2427 Sutter. C. • r...$?2
K.21 O'Karrell.8r.$37 M 418 Clayton, f., 5 r..$21
UM i:ill*.n.f.,S r....$40 1247 Pacific, f.. 4 r.'.IW
VXi M'Alll.«ter.rf.8r.$40 3672A l«th. f.. 3 r $;
Airly A. M. PPKCK A CO.. 64? Market at.
TWO nfw modern corner flats of 6 and 6 moms,
IMirrelaln tub*, Ingrain paper; up-to-date In
all rcsp'-cts; rents tttVt and t?S per month
each; r*Q them to-day; southwest corner Ssn-
rher and «1 Inner »t«. EASTON. ELDRIDGB
tk <(>.. C3S Market »t.
$5— FLAT, 4 rooms: range; carpot; yard; wator
free; fine vIpw; no rhlldrrn. 21 Holly «t., 50
f«-ft from Mission, opposite 33d and Mission.
S2S — NEW -minny flat, 6 large room*; all mod-
ern Improvements: flm-at view In the city.
Corner Liberty and Doloren at*.
$25— GRAND flat, ( lari:* sunny rooms; modern
In every respect. 1127 Guerrero St., between
23d nnd 24th.
A— MARINE view; new; I room*, bath; very
minny. 2414 Van Ni»ss ave., near Union st.
AN upper flnt of 6 rooms. 4) Zoe st.. bet. Bry-
ant and Brannan.
NJBW flat 4 rooms and bath! S37 Bush at.,
near Mnson.
FLAT of ft rooms and hath. 43S Tenth st.
FLAT of & lati-f sunny room*, bath; rent rea-
sonable. Apply CO Clara st.
418 HYDE at.— Lower part house; aunny; 4
room*, bath; key on premises. . .
APPLY Butter. 2300 — 8 sunny rooms; appreciated
¦If peen; 122 50; water free; please Invewtl gat*.
114— KINK minny tint of 6 large room*; bath
nnd gas. 292S ISUh, bet. Noa pp<I Ranchex.
$350 ittlYH elegant furniture of 4-room flat; gas;
bath: near the Plrntanton; rent $22. 710 Jones.
WR will furnish your hou*« on monthly pay-
ments. A. B. KMITH Furnltura Co.. 121
and 122 Ellis *t. •
i ROOMS furnished In oak. $4* W, with • No. 7
r • nice Kins; Furniture Co.. 1127-11*1 Market.
FOU *nl«<— Newly furnished flat, four rooms
nnd liath. HI Ellis st. v ...
CAL. Auction Co.. 1462 Market— Buys furniture,
merchandise, etc.: phone Jessie 2071. *
i BKKOHE disposing of your furniture sea
GnMrn Gate Auction Co.. H28 Howard »t. • .
A. WOLLPKHT. 773 Mission St.. pays highest
price for second-hand furniture; tel. Red 1354.
Auctloneer-L.Vlncent.130S Larkln; Ui.Polk KIM;
furniture St furn'ii houses bought; spof cash.
i.'IIAH. LRVY buy* your ;, furniture,, carpets,
planes, etc. 1135 Market St. ; tel. ' 7*1 ¦ J»«sl«.
AT C. R. HANSEN & CO.'S. .Phone Grant 185
3 waitresses, tame spring, see party here.. $20
waitress, spring, Luke Co.; fare paid 120
Waitress, fining, uhort distance $20
2 waitresses, summer resort, see party here.$20
2 waitresses, summer resort, for 1st.... $20
2 waitresses, commercial hotel, fare paid... $20
2 waitresses, commercial liotel. s^e party
here ; $25
Waitress, Ktcckton $20
Waitress. Lathrop ;......$20
Waitress, Mnnlo Park $2r,
Waitress. Orovllle *20
2 waitresses, mlnlnc town 120
Waitress, Wataonville '. $20
Waitress, Madera, fare paid.. $25
Wa'lrcss. Winters, fare paid $20
10 waitresses, city, restaurants and hotels
I'untrywoman. springs, fare paid $25
Laundress, .hotel, short distance $20
' Cook, . restaurant, no Sunday work $1 day
House girl, institution, ithort distance $20
All kinds of positions in this department at
wajes^from $10-$30.
C. R. HANSEN & CO 104 Geary at.
A PANTRYWOMAN for a first-class hotel;
Portlnnd. Or.; $25; nee party here: free fare.
C. R. HANSEN & CO 104 Geary at.
MRS. M. E. DAY ".Phone Main 1575
\\ Bitresses for Santa Cruz, Santa Crux
Mountains, different springs and resorts, $20;
5 waitresses, city, $20; 8 waitresses, different
commercial hotels, $20 and $25; 2 chamber-
maids to wait," $20; chambermaid, $7 per
week, sleep home «...
3 cooks and housegirls, $25; many choice fam-
ily places, city and country
MRS. M. E. DAY 335 Geary
SEVERAL colored women and a number of
little colored children for "Uncle Tom's
Cabin." Apply this morning before 10 o'clock
at Central Theater. .
WANTED- Girl to assist In light housework;
hours from S to 5; $7 per month; aleep at
home. Call 1556 Grove st. -
WANTED— Experienced waitresses; also girls
to learn; no fee. 127 Mason st.
EXPERIENCED dressmakers wanted at S2S
Sutter st.. room 8.
GIRL wanted who understands German conk-
lng and general housework. 1440 O'Farrell.
GIRL wanted In small family. 2S33 Twenty-
fourth St.. cor. Bryant.
COOK for private family. Call 1833 Ellis st.
WANTED— Bright, capable lady to travel and
appoint agents; must be In good health, un-
Incumbered and furnish first-class references;
salary, $100 per month and all expenses: po-
sition permanent: no experience necessary.
Sales department. 900 Star bldg.. Chicago.
WANTED— 3 first-class lady Ironers; one of
them must be able to run shirt machine;
wages, ironer. no and found; polisher. $35
and found. N. JOENSEN. Woodland, Cal. 4
WANTED— Mlddle-nged woman (Protestant) to
do housework, cooking and washing for small
family a short distance In country: wage*
$25. Address, with references, box 3700. Call.
OPERATORS wanted at Levl Strauss & Co.'s
overall factory. 32V4 Fremont st. Apply ta
GIRL fcr plain cooking and general housework;
small family. Call Sunday afternoon and
Monday. 1^16 Baker st.
WANTED-^Glrls experienced In labeling and
filling glass fruit jar*. Apply LONG SYRUP
KEF. CO.. Eighth and Brannan ata.
WANTED— Experience!! stenographer: state
experience and salary expected. Apply box
3«44. Call offlce.
WANTEDr-Experlenced waist trimmers at
room 134. Hpring Valley building. Gear}' and
Stockton sts.
GIRL to care for 1 children. Call Sunday aft-
emoon and Monday, 18H Baker it.
CO.. E41 Market st. «
WANTED— A girl for general housework and
cooking. Apply 1?2S McAllister at.
APPRENTICES for ladles' tailoring; steady;
paid while learning. S19 Post st.
KXPHRIKNCED »hlrt and overall operators.
HEYNEMANN & CO.. «1O4 Mission at.
WANTED— Experienced seamstress for cloak
and suit alteration*. Apply HALE BROS.
WANTKD — A lady to act as companion to an
Invalid lady. Address box 3M4, Call office.
EXPERIENCED operators on gents' cuitom !
shirts. t3S Valencia st. |
WANTKIV- Immediately, a healthy wctnurse. !
906 Guerrero tt. \ j
BUTTONHOLE curators to operate on Singer
machine at Lcvl Strauss A CoJs overall far.
I tory. S2\j Fremont t. Apply to MR. DAVIS.
A BRANCH orflce for call advertUe.-nenta and
*ub*crlntlnr.s has been established at 1094
Valencia «t. •*
~i" i^r* ir A vAyt ' rEi> ~* .** a^ i ?» i
A-MURItAT* l^EAi)T7!-.".^r.rPnon4TMarn MM
We ship you FREE. MORNING. NOON and
100 teamster* I'klah free fare-
l r 0 laborer* ITklah ware* $2 day
7; !iili.»r.T!<. !•¦>« Angel''* nnd Santa Barbara
dlvlrlon. $1 Ti to K d«y: free fare.. {
4 single hand miners, $75; 3 machine miners, j
new mine; £<> -laborers f"r the mine*. $75. }*J t
am! 125 and found: 9 driller* FOR NEW {
WORK NKAIt CITY: 10 laborers for Urge ;
company, no experience. 12 d«y; 5755 laborer*, j
¦II cln**es of work In alt parts of the State. •
$2 V\. )2 and tl 75 day: li laborers, factor)'. U
dr.y: 50 laborers for ditch work, etc., $1 75 ami
12 dny; 10 muckers, 17.'; 5 axphalt miner*, see
boa* here: 21 nuurrymrn. $•*>; teamaler for a
mine, $40 an-1 found; can wa*h*r. city depot,
$45; boys fnr factories: SPECIAL FOR A
LARGK MINE COMPANY. 20 laborera to
pile lumber, anybody will suit. $C0; 7 stable-
men, buggy washers and hostler*; 3 men and
wive* for farm* and orchard*. 110 j
150 men. harvent and hay field*, healer
wacon driver*, runners, loaders, etc., tl 25 to
12 £0 day and found: 5 teamster*. $2 day and
found; loO {nrnier*. on-hard and vineyard
hand*. Sl«i to l.r.; is milker*. S3O and |ii; tt
choremen and hoy*. $30, $25 and $20.
Machinist. $3 day; harnesumakrr for ranch,
I".; and found: wagon maker nnd woodworker;
IS liiHikMnlth*. country *hop*. ranches, etc..
S3 and 12 &0 day. S40 and *M and found; 1
ranch enrpenter*. 4 rough carpenters, $2 day;
carpenter. $1 faro, $2 25 day nn I found; car-
rlagr painter: handy men for bailer shop
Baker, country *hop. $*0 and found; butcher,
country rhop, $40 and found; 5 Snker*. coun-
try; 3 butchers. » cooks, country hotels: 1
cooks, ranchr*. and harvest rrews, $25 and 135;
15 waiter*, porter, laundry help, dishwashers
and kitchen help
Butcher, slaughterer for ranch. .$50 and found
Second cook railroad camp free fare
MURRAY '& RKADY 634-638 Clay St.
BARKEEPER. $10 week; 2 young colored men
for »t«*nmer. $20 and found; cook for resort.
$.V. to $40; hoarding-house cooks, 135 and $13;
second cook, country hotel, $30; porter, coun-
try hotel. $£*¦: dlshwanhcrs and others. J. F.
CllOSKTT & CO., 628 Sacramento at.
SCAJCDINAVIAN or Irish coachman. $35; t
men nbout place. $20; *hecp herder. %ii; 1
men and wives, *malr place*. $35 and $15; 3
Ktnhlemen. %?.<); , buttermakrr, $40; milker*.
$30 and $35; farmer*, t25 and $30; ranch
teamster*. $30: 8 farmer* for large ranch,
strady Job. $30; groom. $2S: miner*, laborers
for company work, $1 75. $2 nnd. $2 2S day;
lumber pller*. 1"> and board: and other*.
. J. F. CROBETT tt CO.. 618 Sacramento «t.
09 Third St., near Call bldg., phone Runh 405.
10O rallrond laborers. 8. P. Co.'s own work.
L. A. A Santa Barabara Dlv.. SI 75 & $2 CO.
100 men for Uklah, new road.
CO R. R. teamster*. Uklah. $3 per day.
Office fee for above, $1
10 tunnel men S3 oer day
CO rock drillers.. .12 r.o per day
100 laborers 12 25 per day
Baker, country $40 per month and found
10 hurve't hands It per day
Many other choice posltlona awaiting your
A— HOTEL GAZETTE. 26 Montgomery, r. 11
Broiler, $60; fry cook, $40; pantryman, $30;
pastry cook, |60. '
JOURNEYMEN Barber*' Union meets MON-
day night nt 8:45 o'clock.- Election of officer*.
All members are requested to attend at 33
O'Farrell st. . I. LE83. Bee.
JOURNEYMEN Barbers' International Union
meet* to-night. »:30. 32 O'Farrell I. Less. Sac.
JOTJRNKYMKN Bnrbem' International Union—
Fren' employment. 027 Market St., room £07.
I. l-Kf-'K. Secretary; telephone Jessie 1176.
WANTKD-Htrndy man to ajmUt In light, gen-
. teel work: will pay $15 to $20 per week; ex-
perience not necessary; 'must have $150 cash.
Apply at 25 Geary st., room 1. .
YOUNO man In ¦ Oakland around . atore and
make hlmnelf generally useful; ata t« age; $4
n week. Box 1074. Oakland office. ¦
WANTED — A number of . colored men for
"Uncle 'Tom's Cabin." * Apply before 10
o'clock to-day at Central Theater."
A-HTHADY man with $150 cash can make *7i
a month. Apply nt 209 Kearny at., room 1. * -
BOY wanted; 17 years old. DECKELMAN
BROH.. 100 Ellis nt. '
PRKHHI1OY wanted. Apply to P. BOUL1N,
printer. 818 Filbert at.
BOY wanted at 1288 Folsom at. .
BOY for. printing office ; ¦ good wages; ¦ one with
_ experience prcfcrrml. 109 California at.
WANTKD^-A dishwasher. A 19 Market at.
""""! \ ""¦ '. "l ¦'":'."'*" _, T" ~~"~-
AT C. R. HANSEN & CO.'S. ...104 Geary at.
Wanted. 1000 men for new R. R. work
100 laborers and teamsters. Uklah. free fare,
|2; 25 men to cut right of way, Ukiah, $2 25
'......Ship to-day
AH who want work call to-day
Freo Fare
30 two and four-horse teamsters, Bakersfleld
|2 # $2 25
8hlp to-day and to-morrow Free fare
100 tunnelmon. Chatsworth Park... ...$2 50
loa muckers. Chatsworth Park, Big Tunnel, J2
Ship to-day and to-morrow
•• Free Fare
50 teamaters 50 laborers, Truckee
Ship to-day and to-morrow Free far*
500 surfacing men and ballasting track.. |1 75
San Luis, Santa Barbara & L. A. divisions..
Surf and Camp Spur Free faro
Cook, surveying party, eight ' persons $10
Blacksmiths and horseshoers, R. R. camps..
";;•••• $40. $fi0
6 tlmbermen and 10 carpenters, mine. $2 50, $3
All call to-day Office open
30 men to cut cordwood for a mine $2
Cooks, waiters and kitchen help for springs,
and thousands of others, too numerous to.
advertise Call to-day"
C. R. HANSEN & CO 104 Geary st.
TWO boys or old men to distribute bills
C. R. HANSEN & CO 104 Geary st.
WANTED for li S. Army— Able-bodied un-
marrled men between ages of 21 and 35: citi-
zens of Unlted\states. of good character and
temperate habit*, who can speak, read and
write English. For Information apply to Re-
. crulting Officer, 121 New Montgomery st..
San Francisco. Cal.
WANTED— Recruits for the marine corps. U.
8. Navy; able-bodied, unmarried men of good
character, between the ages of 21 and 85; not
less than 5 feet 4 Inches and not over 6 feet 1
Inch, able to read and speak English. For
further Information apply to the Recruiting 1
Offlce. 40 Ellis St.. San Francisco.
WANTED— A first-class short-order night
cook at S04 Mason at.; wages $10 a week.
BARBER wanted; good workman; good wages;
call early. 2837 Greenwich st.
WANTED— Dishwasher for Jefferson Hotel,
Harbor Vlow. ¦
A NEAT, trustworthy boy about 14 or 15 years
of age at 22 Ninth st.
CONFECTIONER wanted at 1139 Folsom St.
WANTED— A day cashier; also an elevator
boy. 29 Stockton st.
! WANTED— Experienced domestic salesman.
COATMAKEFt for country. Apply REIS3
BROS. & CO.. 24 Sutter st.
GET your shoes half-soled while waiting; 25c
to 50c. 563 Mission st.. bet. 1st and 2d ats.
WANTED— A good live man to handle affairs
of an oil company now boring In Sunset dis-
trict; well completed to 75<) feet depth, hav-
ing passed through flrst oil sands; present'
board of directors business men and unable
to give It proper attention. Box 3446. Call.
VLDERLY man for general work about place;
must understand. care of flne horses and small
garden: references required; good home;
wages $20. Box 14, Call. '
WANTED— A good rustler with some cash to
travel on half share with ownar of good lines;
I own manufacture: permanent and lucrative.
Box 3438. Call offlce.
1000 MEN wanted— Teamsters, rock JrllV'rs.
tunnel. bru»h and shovel men to wor* un
ditch and pipe line being constructed f.ir tho
Sweepstake Mining Co. near Wr-avcrviltc
Trinity Co.. Cal.; apply on work: steady
work, good board and best wages In State.
Ban Francisco Construction Co., 28 Mont-
gomery St.. room 25. San Francisco.' Cal.
WANTED— Men to learn barber trade; M0
monthly paid our graduates; two months
* completes; more calls for our barbers than
we can supply: tools presented; wages Sat-
urdays: diplomas granted; busy »ea*on now;
call or write" for our special offer to-day.
WANTED— At Master Bakers' Protective A*-
*octatlon. fcreman. second and third bread
taker*: also confectioner*: cood pay; perma-
nent positions. 127 Ma*on *t.
WANTKD— laborers and mechanics to know
that Ed Rolkln. Reno Hou*e proprietor, still
runs Denver Hou*e. 217 Third st.: UO large
room*; ?5c per night: SI to tZ per week.
WANTED— A few good solicitors for a good
Offlce. 10OTH Market st.. room 4.
WANTEI>— 10 flr*t-claa« Daprrhansers. 1S14
Murket st.
WANTED—Pteady man to take lntere»t In In-
door business: SIOi) required. MCLAUGHLIN
& CO.. 777H Market st.
PAINTKR for U. R. Navy. Apply H. BAN-
CROFT, painter. U. 8. 8. Independence. Mare
j Past Commander Ceo II. Thnma* l*o«t No. 1.
O. A. R.. room 40. Phelan bldg.. 8C6 Market.
LARGE boy, living In Mission, to carry papers.
J.. 1C?« Valencia.
McDONALd""* PERRY have BOO pair* *econd-
haml *hoe* for sale; SOc. 241 Third *t.
ALL *Ue* men's shoe*, fllshtly damaged, half
price. iQ Mlmlon ft., bet. Int and M *ts.
H.WI.oKS. ordinary and rreen hand*, for ships
at HERMAN'S. 26 Steuart *t.
WANTEI>— 500 men 'in buy new and 2nd-hand
army nhoes. $1 up: soling 20c up. 923 Howard.
AT rash price* for II per week, men'* *ults to
order. N'KUHAUS & CO.. IIS Kearny »t.
Hearst bldg.. Third and Market, room 31s.
MKN to learn barber trade; catalogue mailed
free. S. F. Barber School. 741A Howard »t.
WINCHESTER House. 41 Third *t.. near Mar-
k*t— 700 room*. 2"<c night; reading-rooms; free
'bus and baggage to and from ferry.
CLASSIFIED advertisement* and subscriptions
received at Csll branch offlce. 1200 Flllmore St.
A BRANCH office for Call advertisements and
subscriptions has been established at 1098
Valencia at.
*• "— ~— —
40 HORSES for sale; also wagons, buggies,
rarta. harness. Grand Arcade Horse Market.
127 Sixth *C: auction sales every Wednesday.
SULLIVAN A DOYLE. Auctioneer*.
FOU sale— 2 homes: weight inoo to 1100; also 1
large Icebox. Inquire at 5935 Mission st, op-
posite Ocean View.
1125— FOR *ale; boy horse, about HOO lbsTTT
broke single and double. Centennial Stables,
1P23-2S California st.
NEW $300 rubber-tire surrey. $140; handsome
double harness; sound, gentle young thorough-
bred, broken to snddle and harness; Rood busl-
ne»* buggy: all 1300;. will *ell part. 123 Geary.
40 HEAD cheap work nnd driving horses. 1624
Folsom st.: auction nale Monday. 11 o'clock.
FOR re.:*-— Camping wagon, light team and
harness. 1203 Mission St., room 2.
40 HEAD nf work and driving horsea; 2 fast
pacer*. 721 Howard *t.
ALL kinds of wagon, buggies, cart*, harnemi.
etc.. cheap. KQAN fc SON. 2117 Mission st.
AN A No. 1 express wagon, single: nlun light
camping wagon, for m\le ch»«p. 632 Mission.
HOUSES wanted to work on scraper lob; four
or five month*' work. Apply at 26 Montgom-
fry St.. room 2*». .
A— PRINTED ll*t house* to let: send for clr-
cular. Q. H. UMBSKN A CO.. 14 Montgomery.
ELEGANT two-story and basement bay-win-
dow house of ten rooms nnd bath; largo
grounds and stable; sunny side: 1922 Eddy st..
near Devisadero; rent reasonable to a good
tenant. Apply MADISON * B17RKE.
$30— 3-BTOR.Y bay-window house of 8 rooma and
bath; stable; 1S29 Howard at. Apply to E.
nOBINKT. 411H California st. or 782 Folsom
St.: key at 1S25 Howard at. -
A— ELEOANT corner house of 10 rooms and
bath. 1125 Leavenworth at., cor. Bacrnmento.
HOUSE of R rooms. 849 Stevenson St., near
. new postofflce.
COMFORTABLY furnished house, of 9 rooma
and bath; centrally located. Box 4261. Call.
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|35 — COTTAOB of 6 rooms, furnished; Belve-
dere. Cnll nt room 850. Parrott building, or
phone Pine 20M. -^ » ¦ .
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HOT bath In ten mtnutea at coat of SHe; aavea
fire In range; you light your flame and by the
time you are disrobed your bath la ready; no
danger from explosion; sold on Installments;
call and sto It In , operation. RIBBON
WATBR-HKATINO CO., Exam, bldg.. r. <07.
LOST— A pass'book with - the Hlbernla Sav-
ing* and Loan Society of San Francisco, In
the name of GEORO12 J. HAUREIL, No. 250-
| 1421. The finder will please. return to bank. .
LOST— Scarf pin ; ' pearls ' surrounded by dia-
mond*. I Reward by returning to S Montgom-
: ory at., San ' Francisco. : • ¦ • i- ¦ '.>
LADY'S gold wntched marked "M.J. 8."; re-
ward. C.C. CLARK. Argyle, 234 McAllister.
Wanted— Old gold for manufacturing. O.Nolte,
jeweler, 248 O'Farrell, bet. Powell and. Mason.
MRS. DR GOODWIN, the eminent specialist.
departs for Europe on the 8th prox. She will
introduce the latest and' most scientific meth-
ods on her return and open the finest sani-
tarium for diseases of woman In . ban Fran-
cisco. In connection therewith a training
school for nurses will be Inaugurated. Com-
petent physicians will be retained. Two years
ago on returning from Europe Dr. Goodwin
revolutionized existing methods. Her success
eince has been phenomenal. During her 20
years' practice In California she has gained
" the confidence and esteem of thousands of
patients. Address 1033 Market St., bet Sixth
>.and Seventh. _^
A-RENOYVNED specialist; those who desire to
obtain results promptly; I treat ladles only;
my regulator has no equal; all classes of fe-
male complaints relieved by treatment su-
perior to all others; the only treatment that
helps the unfortunate; the most obstinate
cases are Immediately relieved without pain:
no other treatment will do this; the most dif-
ficult cases treated; scientific methods guar-
anteed. DR. G. W. O'DONNELL, 1018 Market.
HINDOHERB home treatment; me most won-
derful, simple, sure rt-inedies ever known for
Indigestion, tapeworm, neuralgia, leucorrhea.
gonorrhea and all troubles of male and female
sexual organs; treat yourself; be »your own
doctor; 4 months' suppository treatment, tl;
maternity home; bust developer; send stamp
for circulars. 1126 Market St., S. F.. Cal.
A TREATMENT thafis guaranteed to give In-
stant relief for all female complaints; the
longest and most obstinate cases immediately
relieved without- pain; travelers helped; no
delay; consult free. MRS. DR. KOUL. 1123
Market, bet. Mason and Taylor, opp. Male's.
DR. AND MRS. DA VIES. 1228 Market, ladles'
. specialists; 32 years' practice; all cases treat-
ed by our wonderful herb 'remedy; a reliable
treatment, superior to anyother: positive cure
guaranteed at offlce; patients treated can re-
turn same day; harmless; consultation free.
A POSITIVE cure guaranteed In all female
complaints or money returned; my regulator
never falls: the most obstinate cases relieved
without pain;best cure; fee low; consult free.
MRS. DR. ALLEN. 1118 Market, nr. Mason.
MRS. DR. WYETH. reliable specialist: 26 yrs/
successful practice; guaranteed treatment at
offlce; any ailment; home before and during
confinement. 942 Post, bet. Hyde and Larkln.
T. DUFFY'S solution guaranteed to cure all
skin dl*eases. NW cor. G. G. ave. & Fll!more.
GENTLEMEN wishing to marry wealthy ladles
send 10c for latest list. MRS. HERTZ. 706 Ellis
TO order, also cleaned and sterilized, uphol-
stery; Al carpet cleaning; honest work guar-
anteed. HOPKE BROS.. 411 and 413 Powell
Bt.: tel. Bush 421. Factory 313 & 320 11th Bt.
DIVIDEND paying mining stocks at 3c. 5c and
10c per share; send for prospectus. Pacific
State* Mining and Investment Co.. 326 Post st.
BOILERS, engines, 2d-hand machinery. Mc-
INTOSH & WOLPMAN, 1S5-1S7 Fremont st.
BARS, back bars, mirrors, restaurant and po-
ker tables, barroom chairs, linoleum, new and
second-hand; we always have a large stock of
sa!oon outfits on hand: 32 complete outfits on
one floor, ready made: we can ship everything
in 24 hours. J. NOONAN. 1017. 1019. 1021. 1023
Mission St., above Sixth; write for catalogue.
FOR xale— Freak cow with 3 less: 3 eagles,
large wildcat, 3 coons, 2 goats, guinea pigs,
fan tail Indian birds, monkeys, birds and
other show animals at Constable sale, Tues-
day. June 25, 1901. at 2 o'clock p. m.. at
Frultvale station. Oakland.
A— NEW 20 h. p. Hercules gasoline mine hoist
with engine combined. California Hydraulic
Engineering and Supply Co.. 17-19 Fremont «t.
A— BUYS, sells or rents gear, machinery, en-
gines, boilers, water pipes; shaftings, pulleys,
etc. WHITELAW. 21S Spear ft.
A-$3 60 DERBY and Fedora hats. $1 75. Popu-
lar Price Hatters. 333 Kearny St.. near., Pine.
FINK suit*. JIO: dre** pant*. 12 75. MISFIT
CLOTHING PARLORS. 437 Montgomery »t.
110 YARDS good carpet, lady'* bicycle, nearly
new; blankets, pillows. 134 Hayes.
2D-HAND machinery all kinds bought, sold,
rented, exchanged. H. P. White, SIS Mission.
SAFES— New and *e»>r.d-hand; all sizes. THE
WALTZ SAFE. 109-111 Market st.. San Fran.
S&4 MAGIC lantern and moving picture ma-
chine JIT 20. 109 Montgomery »t.
ONE 4-horse-power Covey engine; one 24-
hor»e-powcr Hercules; bargain. 910 Kearny.
SA FES— New and second-hand. THE HER-
MAN SAFE CO.. 417-42 Sacramento St.
ENGINES and boilers: second-hand machinery.
J. BURKE. 139 Bcale st.
FAIRBANKS' 10-ton hay scale: jeweler's steel
lined CAfe. perfect order. 116 California st.
GASOLINE engine*. 2J-hand. and ether ma-
chinery bought and *old. Epstein, 53S Ml'Mon.
Gasoline or distillate enzlne*. new & U-hand:
all alxes; iruaranteed. NEWELL. »6 Bluxome.
FIRST-CLASS second-hand modern engines and
boilers bought and »old. KROCH MFG. CO.
MAGIC lanterns, new and !d-hand moving ptc-
ture*. IHTLLARD.A BRECK. 131 Post st.
WE pay btg prices for sealskins. Portland
Ixian Office. 25 Stockton tt.
WANTED — Drug business In town 3000 popu-
lation up; 13000 to flOQD to invest. Address
box 3SSL Call offlce. '
A. KLEIN still pay* the best price for clothlnic.
bric-a-brac, etc. 103 tth: phone Folsom 1094.
TILTON wants 2nd-hand clothing. e!>peclally
sklrt*. street dresses. 154 9th; tel. Folsom 2522
A— MONEY to loan at rates which people~can
afford to pay on furniture, pianos, etc.; do
not borrow of your friends or you will lose
their friendship: do business with strangers
and you will be better aatlffled: no delay; no
publicity. Rooms 9 and 10. 906 Market st.
and you need more money, see H. MURPHY.
630 Market st. Loans on estates In probate,
undivided Interests In estates, second mort-
gage*, etc. N
ANY proposition, any amount; S per cent; first.
' aecond mortgages, estates in probate. Interest
in estates, legacies, corporation loans, chattel
mortgages and securities. Room IS. 1st floor.
Chronicle building. HALLORAN &. OLSEN.
ANY amount at 6%; first. 2d and 3d mortgages,
undivided Interest, real estate In probate:
mortgage* and lesracles bought; no delay: get
my terms before doing: business elsewhere. It.
McCOLOAN. 24 Montgomery St.. room 3.
HIGHLY respectable, private place to obtain
liberal advances on diamonds, jewelry at low-
est rates. Baldwin Jewelry Store. 948 Market
St.; tel. Main 1644. Branch 19 Third st.
MOST reliable place to borrow on diamonds,
watches. Jewelry. W. J. HESTHAL. 10 Sixth;
highest prlco for old sold, silver, diamonds.
LOWEST rates, on furniture, etc., by private
party; no removal; no commission; confiden-
tial. Room 3. Conservatory bldg.. 301 Jones.
ON furniture, pianos; no removal; money
quick; lowest Interest; easy terms; no broker-
age; reliable party. 1170 Market St.. room 68.
DEAL direct: furniture, pianos; no removal:
low rate;strlctly private. Lick. 116 McAllister.
ONE per cent on furniture; S5 a month on each
11000; any security. 302 Montgomery st.. r. 1.
i% on furniture and pianos: $15 up: no removal:
no commission; private. Room SI, 6 Eddy St.
ON oalarles or wages; no Indonw required. ~~S~
F. DISCOUNT AOENCY. 143 Phclan building.
MONBT loaned salaried people without security.
HILL, rm. 44. Merchant*' Ex.. 431 California.
LOANS money on salary; no Indorsor; Eastern
plan. Western Loan Co.. 309 Phclan bldg.
$100,000 TO loan on real estate or for building;
low rate. 223 Sansome at., room 2.
THE} Tousley Company; loans and discounts.
821 Parrot building.
CARH loaned to salaried peonl* on not* without
- Indorser. MORRKLL. «na Examiner building.
WILEY B. ALLEN CO... .High Grade Pianos
Bteck. Everett. Luawig. Packard. Hardman.
Conover. : Harrington, Straube, Klnrsburv.
Jewett. Smith A Barnes. We control the sale
of th* above makes of pianos for the entire
Pacific Coast. We are a new concern here
and will turn the country upside down If
necessary In order to get business, and lota of
See us or write to us. Prices low. Terms
THE WILEY B. ALLEN CO., '933 Market
at.. Han Francisco. .
Branch 951 Broadway. Oakland.
ALL pianos purchased of SHERMAN. CLAY
& CO. may be exchanged for a new Stelnway
upright or baby grand piano any time, within
I years from date of purchase, and have full
prlco allowed. New upright piano*. {8 per
month; nome good plnnos sold for S3. $1 and
IS per month. SHERMAN. CLAY & CO..
Btclnway dealer*, corner Kearny and , Satter
sts.. San Francisco: corner Broadway and
Thirteenth, at., Oakland. .. •
REMOVAL of KISEFFE'S piano store from
Market - st. to our large and elegant quarter*
- 314 Post St.. opposite Union square. Are now
prepared to | offer several new makes and all
' of our old • stock at greatly . reduced nrlcea.
JAB.-KERFFE. 314 Post at., between Stock>
ton and Powell. ,. 5 - .
BARGAINS— Fischer,* Weber. Manner, Nugent.
••> - 1V . - . - --
TO close out a line of style* we will sell you
a flne new uprlsht for $230: resnilar price
»3<»; you can pay by the month if desired:
we have the most complete facilities for re-
• pairing your old piano; can make It as good
as new If you are willlner. and It won't cost
you more than It's worth; let us make you
an Estimate; we are agents for the Decker A
Son. which Is the original old and only
Decker piano. The ZENO MAUVAIS MUSIC
CO.. 769 Market st.
ANT piano sold by us taken back any time
within 3 years and full purchase price al-
lowed on a new peerless Knabe at regular
price; costs you only 20c a day to buy a
piano from ua. KOIILER & CHASK. 30
: O'Farrell St.: established 1SC0.
A LIST of flne second-hand bargains 1 Emer-
son, 1-Hallet rt: Davis. 1 Conover. 1 Curtaz. t
Sterling. $7T.. $125, $143. etc.; easy payments.
BEX J. CURTAZ St SON. IS O'Farrell st..
Chlckering:. Vose. Sterling Agency; also
Apollo, king of self-players.
ALL makes: treat bargain: $C0 up; rents K
up allowed; we want agent".; pianos furnished
free: you get first money when you sell.
HEINE PIANO CO.. 217 Geary st.
SAXAPKONE that cost $130 for $r>0; 2 fine gnl-
tars, 2 violins, one banjo, really worth $30
apiece, your 'choice for 3 days only. $10; I
am retiring. UNCLE HARRIS.
BARGAINS— Haines. J290; Kramer. $135: Nleu-
mann. $140; Cable. $175. W. C. HAMILTON.
8 Flood bolldlnj.
LEFT oa sale. Chlckerine upright like new.
$1S5. Room 38. 217 Geary st.
A SPLENDID Stelnway; uniiirhts $100; pianos
rented $2 upward. BRUENX. 208 Post st.
$80— FINE upright: baby grand Steinway: other
makes. FAY'S Piano Factory. 17» Mission.
A LARGE lot of second-hand upright pianos
for sale cheap. HORXUXG'9. 218 McAllister. -
NEW works put In .your old piano. BYRON
MAUZY'B Factory. 308 Post at.
LARGE 3-pedal upright piano; absolute sacr1>
flee; leaving city. 127 Hyde St.. near Turk.
LUDWIG pianos the most popular. WILEY B.
ALLEN CO.. general agents. 933 Market st.
i2 PER month rents a beautiful piano. SCOTT-
CURTAZ PIANO CO.. 560 Hayes St.
$117— MAHOGANY caae Fischer upright. 2tT
Geary St.. room 3S,,
A FINE upright piano for sale cheap. S37 Me-
Alllster at. *
AT WILSON'S STORAGE. 17W Market st. yon
can get storage pianos almost for a song.
SUPERIOR violins, zithers, old and new. H.
MULLER. maker, repairer. 2 Latham place.
GEARY, 295. cor. Powell— A nice sunny suit* of
rooms suitable for physician or dentist; rea-
$15— STORE with fixtures; rooms grood for dress.
maker or small business. Apply 353 Fifth.
FINE glass-front store, 4 rooms and large yard:
beat of condition; rent $28. 442 Sixth st.
EMMA SPRECKELS building. »27 Market st!^
Sunny offices. $15 to $20; usual service*.
CALISTOGA Oil and Development Company,
operating on 2120 acres of oil land la nln»
districts. Office. 23 and 24. Merchants' Ex.
COSTA RICA— Last chance at 10c; big advance
In a few days. Pacific States Mining- and
Investment Co.. 32* Post. Open evenings.
OIL tanks, second hand. In rood order: all
sizes: cheap. H. S. WHITE. 518 Mission st.
PAPER-HANGING, house painting; good rell-
able work. Clark's. 80S Larkln: t>I.Larktn lf-*>
MRS. WM. ilcMAXUS, scientific palmist. Tel.
Blue 311. 10 to 5. Residence 731 Guerrero st.
MME. GERMAINE. the busltoss palmist of
the Pacific Coas:; 1 to 5. 90S Market at.
H. JEROME FOSSELLI. scientific palmist. 513
Taylor *t.. bet. Geary and Post; tel. Black SSL
MRS. LAMB, scientific palmist and character
reading: leygons In class and private. «17 Jones.
"•uccessors to Stanley Aerial Navigation Co..
Is now building Its great ship of the air at
its shipyard, corner of Fell and Baker sts.;
a limited number of shares for a limited tim*
in now being offered to the public at $3 per
share at its office. 3C6 Ptne St.. room 3; call
for particulars.
A— IF ycur hair Is falling or ycu are bald, calf
on DR. G. S. MOORE. 4SS Geary ft., and ycu
will not be disappointed: this remedy Is posi-
tively guaranteed: preparation sent to all
parts of the world: call or send for circular.
ELECTRIC light In every room— Winchester
hotel. 44 Third «L. near Market: 709 rooms;
25c to $1 SO per nlsrht; II M t^ ft per week;
free 'bus ar.d baggage to and from the ferry.
$1 WEEKLY— Suits to order from genuln*
Scotch. $15 up; fine dress suits. $20 up; ele-
gant overcoat*. $15 up. LEOX LEMOS. 1117
Market St.. between Seventh and Eighth.
WHITE enamel Iron bed*, single, three-ouarter
or double. 12 25. EASTERN OUTFITTINO
CO.. 1310-:312 Stockton st. near Broadway.
POISON oak cured in one application or r.o pay;
satisfaction guaranteed. 4C9 Hayes st.
SUPERFLUOUS hair and moles destroyed with
electric needJe. MISS EATOX. 1119 Sutter st. 3
. ¦ 1 S.
MOLES, warts and poms guaranteed taken out '
without pain. 24 Fifth St.. room 19.
Ladies' ai><! gents* cast-off clothing bought tn<l
sold. J. SUverman. 931 Folsosr.tel.Folsom 1191. .
TAILOR made suits. $7 50; dress pants. $5 SO.
Misfit Clothinr Parlor, cor. Push and Ounont.
Dr. Harriet Welch, Z11S Bush: hoars I to 3. ex-
cept Th. and Sat.: electrolysis; 17 years* exper.
OLD gold, silver, diamonds and precious stones
bought. J. R. JENKTCL. S17 Market st.
MASQUERADE <w!*tnmes.~ play books. wl«s;
country orders. GOLDSTEIN A CO.. 733 Mkt.
DR. LAMOTTE'S French Corn Paint, th» best •
cwfl wt» • ??«•: nil *nirgl*t«. .
DR. C. C. O'DOXXELL— Offlce and rtsidene^
1021 Market »t.. between Sixth and Seventh.
DR. A'OSG HIM. herb doctor, succ-ssfully
treats all disease* of the human body: se* p
testimonial* at offlce. 115-117 Mirnn. nr. Ellis.
SCIENTIFIC delineation of character by fae*
or photo. Mary O. Stanton. S10 Leavenworth:
verbal reart'g. tl: printed chart. $3 50: lessons. - :
NEARLT 1000 permanent cures her» In yoar
midst: many who have suffered 10 to 30 years;
over fifty names of prominent business men ¦
sent as reference: no chloroform, surgery or
delay from business, and no salves for sale.
Particulars address Physician, box 1930. Call
offlce. B. F.. Cal. ¦ -
WANTED— A house 7 to 10 rooms; up to date: ¦
'west of Van Ness ave.. between McAllister ,
st. and Broadway. Box tC99. Call offlce. J y
MODERN home of 9 rooms on Vallejo St.: lat- j
class neighborhood; will be sold at a. bargain.
DAVIS & BIVENS. room 53. 918 Market st. ;¦ :
FOR sale— Lot 25x113 ft., with front and rear
houve; good paying property. Apply to owner
on premtxeii. 61 Rausch st. . .
SHOTWELU 924. near 23d— «5-ft. front: wami
belt; house. 9 rooms and bath: garden: 2-
story stable: '14-foot drive; sun all around. ¦
FOR sal*— New cottage, 4 rooms, bath, larg*
basement, near Union st. 3022 Pierce st.
$19.500 — HOOD business property, well rented;
.17 rooms.^wlth stores. Owner. Box J441. Cill. '
FOR sale— Cottase, 5 rooms and bath; lot 150
feet front: terms. " Inquire iSth ami Alabama.
IF you have lots to tell north or th* " Park. '
then call on W. J. OTTXN. «w California, st. ,
WANTED— To sell th^welKknown Ocean View
farm: 40 acres; Income property; beautiful
country home and summer resort combined;
Santa Crui Mountains: elevation 2400 feet; no
fog; grand view of ocean 4 tnllea away; S
mites from Fulton, ft from Bon Lomond, H
from Santa Crux: splendid house. 7 rooms. ;
bath, pantry, hard finish: cot tag*, barn and ¦
outbullulnira: fine apple orchard. 4 acres be*t .
. table grapes In county, 4 acres - prunes. H ¦
acres fruit all told; walnuts, chestnuts, al.
mends, I cherries, peaches. Pears, pluma. ber- '
rles; balance pasture and farming tand: near- '
ly level: fine water piped all over place: price- ,
$4200, $2500 cash, balance lonr time, or woultt
. take balance In bay town property or trad* .
for good farm In the Eastern States. ¦ Address
JAP.'KILOORK. lionny Doon. Cal. ;. . •?«>;?;
FINE stock farm of CO acres n«ar MarysvUle: <j
4S0 acres wheat. 13 acres garden, berries aru) .
fruit*, balance summer fallowed; water right
2000 Inches of water goes with place; ditch
will cover several thousand acres;, water .
Tight alone Is worth price asked for x plaee: -
this must be sold to close an estate: pries .
$25 an acre.. Addreaa box 4T«, Marvsvlll*. Cat. 5
BUY In Napa County; no droughts, no trrlga-
tlon, no failure of crops: writ* ns for frro ':
copy "Napn County Vlttculturlst." Th«v W, '
A. MACKINDKTt CO.. St. Helena. Cak - - " -
POULTRY and dairy ranches tor sal*; write fo»
Hat; C XU WINFIELX>, r*tjtluro«» C«L .

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