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THE MORNING CALL,
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In Oregon and Washington an<t nmained nearly
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Forecast Till 8 P. M. Saturday.
Tor California — fair weather; northwesterly
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■with the exception of local rains In Northeastern
Washington; westerly winds; slightly warmer.
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May. 1890.
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SATURDAY .. ... MAY 17, 1890
Any of our patrons who fail to find THE
GCRNIHG CALL for sale by train-beys will
confer a favor by noti'ying this office of (he
fact.
BTETE WHITE IN TUE FIELD.
A little over a week ago the Democratic
Couuty Committee of Los Angeles pre
sented Hon. Stephen M. White's name to
the people of California as a candidate tor
the United States Senate. The Los An
geles llcrald indorses the proposal, and
publishes a series of interviews with lead
ing citizens of Los Angeles who think Mr.
V liite would be a fit person for the place.
We have nothing to say against Mr.
"White, but we notice with surprise and not
without regret that he is put forward as :i
sectional candidate, and that his friends
seem to rest their approval of his candidacy
devotion to the interests of Southeru
California. Thus Major Kurke commends
him because "lie would see that this end of
the state shall receive that due recognition
at Washington which it has never yet had."
Mr. J. T. Sheward is in his favor because
"he has all the interests of Southern Cali
fornia at heart." Mr. H. \V. Patton declares
that "it is unfair that the vast region south
of the Tehaciupi should be without a repre
sentative in the United Mate? Senate," and
thinks Mr. White should be chosen to re
pair the deficiency. Mr. C. N. Williams
thus delivers himself: " One thine certain.
White would see thai the interests of
Southern California were well attended to."
Several gentlemen who were interviewed by
the /.'■ raid were Republicans, and they gen
erally rt-gard.-il \Yhite'3 devotion to bis sec
tion as an off:et to his politics. Thus Mr.
J. W. Bobinson declared that "White had
naturally the interests of Southern Califor
nia at heart." Ex-Mayor Toberman said
that " White would, of course, be peculiarly
serviceable to Southern California." Gen
eral Bouton feit sure that "the benefits to
accrue to this section of the State from his
presence In the Senate would be ereat."
Mr. J. S. Thayer wus satisfied that " White
would be the best man for the interests of
the scutherii part of the State." Mr. G. A.
Dobinson knew that "White was thor
nghly alive to the interests of this section
of the State." Mr. F. C. Woodbury thought
that " White would work hard for the in
terests of Southern California."
'I!.f;e are capital reasons why White
should bo the choice of the Democracy
south of Tehachapi; but are they as good
for con sumption In the portion of the State
which lies north of that line? If they are
not, Mr. White's friends have rendered hi:n
a di übtful service in publishing them. It
may be a trifling matter, but it happens
that four-fifths of the voters of California
reside Dorth of Tehachapi; a candidate
may capture the other fifth bodily without
getting any nearer the Senate. Under
ordinary circumstances, a candidate's devo
tion to the locality of his residence would
not hurt him elsewhere. It is the latent
southern de*,re for separation which makes
Californians from the northern and central
counties suspicious of candidates who are
especially recommended by their exclusive
feaity to the south.
It is impossible to disguise the fact that
Mr. White's candidacy would introduce
into the canvass an element thus far un
known in this State— the sectional ques
tion. The very willingness of Los Angeles
republicans to support Mr. White, at any
rate as a second choice, could not fail to
react at the north, and to rally to the party
which opposed Mr. White voters who were
governed in casting their ballot by an
unwillingness to encourage, however re
motely, the scheme for a division of the
State. Ilis very popularity at the south
might and probably would cost him votes
at the north and center. If the canvass
opens witli a clear understanding that, in
the event of Democratic success, he is to be
the Senator, while on the other hand. Id
the evest-of R^paMican success, a Senator
vr ill be cuoserj, of whose devotion to the
broad interests of California, one and indi
visible, there can no question, the Demo
cratic party may find that it has assumed a
handicap heavier than it can conveniently
carry.
MR. POXXKB KXI-L4INS.
The gentleman who in a speech at the
Cobden Club said he did not know whether
the American Government imposed a head
tax on Chinese immigrants or prohibited
Cninese immigration entirely has made a
further contribution of his store of in
formation on the Chinese question, lie is
now of tha opinion that Chinese immigra
tion may properly be limited to a certain
number a year, but dues not see why our
ports are closed against the people of one
nationality whilo open to all others. Mr.
Potter takes t!ie teu-thousand-tniles-away
view of the question. He does not perceive
any difference betwenn a Chinaman who
conies to this country to earn a few hundred
dollars with which to live on in his own
country and the European who comes here
to become a citizen. While there are Euro
peans that are undesirable as individuals,
the race has contributed greatly to the de
velipment of the countrv. But the Chinese
have done nothing but drain the country of
money. They have no iutentiou of becom
ing permanent residents and consequently
do not Invest their earnings in the couutry.
What would be the present condition of this
country if European immigrants had acted
upon that principle?
i i.i i-ii. \in cikcui-ARS.
The Boston Commercial Bulletin clainif
to have exclusive information that the im
porting interests centered in New York
are about to issue half a million circulars
to the several linos of tr;<de in all parts of
the country filled with arguments designed
to prejudice dealers against the Tariff Bill.
The Call has no especial or exclusive in
formation respecting this particular cir
cular, but if we may judge by tho contents
of some of our free-trade contemporaries,
the circulars have already reached them.
It is without doubt tor the interest of New
York importers to encourage foreign
manufacturers, as they have established a
system of undervaluation of foreign-made
goods which enables them to import at
lower cost than importers in other cities.
It is not so much that the New York im
porter can buy on more favorable terms
than importers in other cities, but that by
systematic undervaluation he pays a lower
rate of duty. The New York importers
fire, therefore, impelled by selt-interest to
sustain the foreign trade, but these reasons
do not affect newspapers in other parts of
the country. The half million circulars be
come, when copied into a larse number of
free-trade papers in the several cities, au
effective campaign document.
THE TKHA.MA-STKb.KT LOT.
The piece of ground which is said to have
been recommended by J.IIO I'ostoftice Site
Commission is bounded by Howard, Sec
oud, Tehama and Ilubbard streets. The
front is on Howard street, the rear on Te
hama, with Second and Ilubbard on the
east and west The particular fitness of
this piece of ground for a postoffiee is not
perceptible to the naked eye. It lies low
and is near the center of the iron manu
factories. It is not in a locality in which a
fine building would produce an effect. If
this is the only piece of property of required
size that cau be bought for the money at the
disposal of the commission, that fact would
end the consideration of the subject. But
persons who are well informed say that a
site could bo bought adjoining Union square.
Whether any particular lot in this vicinity
has been offered or not, the most valuable
part of such a site can be had at a rate that
would buy the whole. The bonding pro
cess, which has been put into operation to
secure the Tehama-street site, dtea not tend
to recommend that selection. There is an
odor of speculation about h that suggests
unpleasant conjectures. The fact that a
price should be considered for the Tehama
street lot which would have bought a lut
near Union square will be pondered over in
connection with the fact thut certain citi
zens have secured the privilege of buyiug
the Teiiiiniu lot within a certain time, with
a view to selling to the Government through
the recommendation of the Postofiice Com
mission. It has been well said that tho ap
pearance of evil should be avoided as well
as evil itself. The men who have bouded
the Teliftina-street lot may not propose to
make more than a fair profit out of tho
transaction, but no one except the parties
interested will ever know what the property
will cost the benders. In fact, it is no
one's business. They have entered upon a
private speculation, the profit of which lies
in tlieir ability to sell the bonded property
to the Government. Of course it would be
uncharitable to assume that there is any
understanding between the men who have
bonded the Tehama-street lot aud the Com
missioners. The commission, however, in
recommending a lot held uuder bund expose
themselves to uncharitable remark.
N"OTIHNIi BUT THE BEST.
We notice a statement in the papers to
the effect that the California orange crop
which will be^in to ripen in January, ism,
will be double the crop of this year. That
is quite likely to prove the case; the area
planted in oranges during the past decade
is very large, and the orange Increases its
bearing capacity till past its fifteenth year.
We note likewise reports from Fresno that
this year's raisin crop will show a great in
crease over any former crop, and residents
if AUuneda and Santa Clara predict an in
crease in the yield of prunes and apricots.
All tins is well. Felicitations, however,
will be satisfactorj if we find that the new
fruit is an improvement over the old fruit iu
quality as well as quantity. The State gains
but little by growing fruit which is difficult
of sale. The past ten years' experience
ought to have taught us that iuferior fruit
is of small value ; to ship it East is to ex
pose the shipper to reclamations for freight;
to try to market it at home is to ensure the
loss of a large proportion from decay. The
man who grows such fruit courts loss, dis
appointment and vexation of spirit.
Take the case of manges. A quarter of
a century has elap:-ed Miice it was demou
strated that California could grow oranges
in prolusion. But we will venture the as
sertion that there are not many planters in
the btßte wlio have become rich by growing
oranges. Why? Simply because to the
early planter an orange was an orange, as
to some people a horse is a horse; there
was no clioice between oranges. We raised
large quantities of poor orange", which
were diliicult of sale in the East, and could
not bo marketed here at SlO a thousand.
Hence, in Los Angeles and Santa Barbara
counties, large orange groves were allowed
to run to decay. It was not till five or six
years ago that the successful cultivation of
the navel orange at San Bernardino placed
the industry on a business basis. The cir
culars of the Eastern fruit trade tell the
story. They quote, in the season, with un
varying monotuny, Havana oranges and
fine Floridas at S- 50, while Southern Cali
foruias are dull at Si; but an active de
mand is noted for Messina imperials and
Riverside navels nt 84 to S5. If these new
oranges which we are told to expect next
January are of the same grade as the
Kiversidis, there may be good ground for
rejoiciDg; but if they are merely a fresh
supply of the old thick-skinned, juiceles?,
tasteless orange, tbeir owners had better
have grown potatoes.
I'ersons who propose to grow fruit for a
living in this State cannot do better than
study the history of raislu culture. It is
twelve or fourteen years since the lirsl
raisins were shipped frum this State; but as
late as four yeais ago our raisins were gen
erally so Door in quality that the importers
of Spanish raisins in New York refused to
handle them, and declared that they never
could compete with the foreign fruit.
Meanwhile the Fresno crape-growers were,
improving their vines, and their methods
year by year, and last year California
raisins sold in New York on the parity of
Spanish fruit. Indeed, toward the close of
the year, after the whole of our crop had
gone into consumption, a demand arose in
certain Eastern markets for California
raisins, and the fruit-houses had to till the
orders with Spanish fruit, which, it is said,
was sold as California fruit. Yet the last
word has not yet been said in raisin cul
ture. There is no dispute now that tin;
best grape to grow is the Muscat. But
growers still differ on the proper style of
pruni ng. Before ruany years this will be
settled by common consent, and in other
details of the business the best way to man
age will be discovered. I'robnbly before
1- '.; tliu raisin industry will be placed on
such a footing that it will be impregnable;
simply because we shall produce better
raisins than can be produced anywhere else.
It is by attaining perfection in products
and in no other way that a s-atisfaetory fruit
industry can be established.
TIIK MEW VOKK fcI.KCTION LAW.
A kind of modified ballot reform goes
Into operation in New York on the first of
July. Several bills were passed before
one was framed that avoided the objection
of (loverucr Hill to any kind of ballot re
form at all. But with an overpowering
public opinion behind them the Legisla
ture kont at the work until the Governor's
objections were overcome. Under the new
law a candidate for any oflire must be regu
larly and i flieiallv nominated, and within
a fixed tire must have his name and i arty
designation printed on the ollk'ial ticket.
The nay to n nomination is open to aspir
ants, without going through the party con
vention. A certain percentage of the voters
of a State, district or ward may place the
name of one upon the oflicial ticket. This
is an essential point gained. Under the
new law tho voters will not be confined to a
choke between two sets of nominees, both
drawing political breath fioni the same
source and both equally objectionable to
the masses of voters. The &»n object) to
the new law on the ground that "the inde
pendent candidate, if he is to have any
hope of winning, must as a matter of ne
cessity put himself in line with some exist
ing organization, however obscure, or must
establish one for his candidacy." The Sun
evidently considers the percentage of voters
who may put a candidate in nomination
as a political organization. They need,
however, to have no other organization
tlian is effected by the process o£ naming
tlieir canilidnte. A candidate may not
nominate himself, but if a n aspirant is re
garded as a fit candidate by a certain per
centage of voters his name may be placed
upon the official ticket, and when the gene
ra] election comes as many voters way vote
for him in preference to the regular candi
date of the party as may be convinced of
Ills suporior fitness for the office. The Sun
assumes that the number of political or
THE MORNING CALL, SAN FRANCISCO, SATURDAY, MAY 17, 1890-EIGHT PAGES.
canlzations will under this law be vastly
multiplied. This is as may be. There will
be no limit to the number of candidaies
who may be placed upon the official ticket,
except that each must come indorsed with
the names of a certain percentage of the
voters, but the average good sense of the
voters will prevent a too great confusion ol
candidates, as such would destroy the pur
pose of independent nominations. As mat
ters now stand one party boss nominates one
set of candidates and another party boss
nominates another set. The two bosse3
meet and agree upon the candidate on each
ticket which shall be elected. The mass of
voters havo no voice in the matter. The
new law gives them one. A very few
voters can put a candidate on the official
ticket, aud the body of voters can if they
choose elect the candidate so named. One
canuot always tell just how a new law will
work, but this certainly seems worth tryiug.
THE BT. LOUIS I'KIII-DEALE:
Several wholesale fruit-dealers in St.
Louis have protested against the proposed
increase of the duty on orances and lemons,
nud have sent their protest to the Missouri
delegation in Congress, with the request
that the delesation vote to kill the objec
tionable bill, or at least that portion of it
which relates to the fruit in question. One
objection to the bill is that it will deprive
millions of poor people of the luxury of im
ported orauKc-s. The hygiene of the coun
try, they say, demands large quantities of
oranges and lemous in excess of tue pos
sible productions of the States of California
and Florida, the two States which tiie trait
dealers assume tiie McKlnley bill is de
signed to protect. The St. Louis fruit-deal
ers are certainly misinformed concerning
the possible fruit production of California.
The only question with our orange-growers
is the chances ol (iuUing a market for tlieir
product. There is practically no limit to
the amount that may be produced, as the
fruit thrives in all parts of the State. The
duties on oranues have been increased in
the AleKinley bill in harmony with the
general principle of the bill. The purpose
is to protect a ureat and premising home
industry. The Ways and Means Committee
onetat nut to be charged with favoring Cali
fornia, especially after pottlnfi sugar on the
free list and thereby endangering an im
portant Califi rnia industry.
TIIIJ SII.VI-.i: KINGS.
Several of our Eastern contemporaries
are much disturbed at the power of the so
called Silver Kings. They cannot get ri.i
of the idea that, the addition of a fen
millions of dollars to the currency in the
form of standard silver dollars h a kind of
inllation to bo compared in its effects to an
excessive issue of paper currency. That
all the gold available for coinage and al
the silver available for coinage will, com
bined, give a larger amount of money than
cither would if the money function was
confined to either, is readily admitted, but
both gold and silver would be money;
neither would be subject to redemption.
There never could cenie a time when the
dollars of one metal would have to be re
deemed in dollars of the other. There
would be an expansion of the currency
rather than an Inflation. The danger of a
currency inflation is that at some future
time one form of currency most be paid
with another form. This necessity makes
money scarce at the time. But with both
gold and silver a full legal tender, all debts
could be paid in either, and all paper cur
rency out could also be paid in money of
either metal. If our Eastern friends will
take a careful look at the matter they will
see that the country is iu no danger of
ruin through an excess of real mouey.
EDITORIAL NOTICB.
To better enforce the contract labor law
and the Chinese Exclusion Act Assistant
Secretary Tichpnor has urged Congress to
appropriate 573,000 for the former purpose
and $50,000 for the latter, and tliat the Sec
retary be authorized to return to China at
Government expense all Cuinamen lound In
the Uniteil .states in violation of the law.
Fifty thousand dollars is but a meager sum
to prevent the unlawful smuggling of Mon
golians into this country.
The people of Honolulu take creat prido
in their Fire Department. A local paper,
in referring to a recent fire, said: " The
house, a one-story buiiding, was burned to
the ground. Tlie department turned out
promptly, but their services were not re
quired. Company '_' went right out to the
house, arriving there and getting on water
twenty-seven minutes alter the first tap of
the bell." Dave Scanueli's lightning work
ers will have to look to their laurels.
A prominent National Reform candidate
for the Hawaiian Legislature is winning
native votes by promising to do all he can
i[ elected to turn loose all lepers at Kalawao
and Kalaopapa, except those who prefer to
remain there, and to abolish the "Board of
Death," the Health Department. The sug
gestion to turn loose 1200 lepers upon the
community is being vigorously denounced
as a liendish proposition.
Sir Juhn Macdonald has evidently failed
to enlighten Canada's legislators on the
liehring S<*a controversy as he recently
promised, for when Parliament was pro
rogued yesterday he parried a Grit legis
lator's query by declaring he was awaiting
a response from Washington for definite in
formation regarding the question.
Some sensational reasons have been ad
vanced by the French press for the order
recently sending the Mjuadron of evolu
tion to Brazilian waters. One hints al
threatened complications between the new
republic and Italy, and the Figaro mal
iciously intimates that the latter power is
being egged on by Germany.
John G. Carlisle was nominated for United
States senator from Kentucky last night to
till the unexpired term caused by the death
of Senator Beck. Sir. Carlisle's long ser
vice in the House entitled him to this dis
tinction at Hut hands of his party.
Senator Sherman has introduced a bill
which n. ;ikcs some important alterations in
the law governing national bank?. One of
them reduces the deposits of United States
bonds with the Treasurer of the United
States to 810,1)00 for each bank.
WISH US TO 1)1K.
Plaint or an Unfortnaata Who la Tired
of LitYlng>
The young woman w|]<> auemptea to take her
lire Id the St. David's House Thursday afternoon
by swallowing chloial liydiate recovered sufll
clently yesterday at ibe KeceivlDg Iloipltal to
■ peak liedy. She said her name was Jeane:te
Brone, and lhat sue had taken tbe poison wltli
suicidal Intention.
■I liope 1 will be more successful the next time
I tiy to end my life," slie aala. "I beard tlial
chloral hydrate was easy to lake, «o 1 trltd 10
lift enough to kill me. The druggist would only
>el I tin- a lilt le at a time, but 1 saved it up until 1
had hall a lilas-lul. In my liuny to swallow It I
Miilt uljcut half or it, or rl«e I would not be nllve
now. 1 have determined to die, and it is useless
to bolliei vmili me, for 1 will try it again as Boon
as I Hin diiehargt-d. 1 have nothing to live (or."
She was removed to the Couuty Hospital,
wnero she will be closely watched.
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hoarhound candy, 2Oclb. Townseuds.*
J'ea us' Soau is Hie mosteleeant toilet adjuDCt.
Gettysburg and Phonograph, Market Tenth.*
No snide .ij"uitv liu<- bust cabinet photos,
$2 50 ver doz. New York Gallery, 1144 Maiket
sueet, between Masou and Taylor. •
AsaoBRD fiult bar, orauge bar, maple coco,
Ice, chewing snow flake*, maple chawing choco
lates. Towuseods, 627 I'alace Hotel. •
J. F.Ccttek's lion uiio.n. — TIII3 celebrated
whlsky.is (or sale by nil first-class druggists and
gtocers. Trade mark— star within a shield. •
Hank Examinations Bank Commissioner*
Fotis and Oerberdlnc repott tbe resources and
liabilities or tbe University Bank or Los An
gales to be $370,068 66.
For Hie Best Halt
Call on M. Meussilorffer, northeast corner Mont
gomery and I tush; hi* assortment is tbe floett,
inoal select and excels all. Branch, No. 404
aruy inreet. •
Passing Bad Mokev.— William liruss was ar
rested at Martinez on Wednesday tor passlug
counterfeit coin. He was brought to this city
yesterday and turned over tor examination to
the Marshal.
Husband's Calcined Magnesia.— Four
(list piemium medals awarded. More agreeable
to the taste and smaller doge tban other mag
nesia. For sale In bottles only, with United
States Government registered label attached,
without wlileh none Is genuine. At drueiruis
and couutry stores. —, •
A Slight Mistake.— lue Supreme Court ves.
ttrday granted a writ of habeas corpus to Sing
Ah Tong, who was convicted uuder section 330
or the Penal Code, but sentenced under another
section. Tong has been ie!eas>ed ou ball In the
meantime. *
IN BUTCHERTOWN.
A Butchering Contest— The Street
Cars Still a Cnriosif y.
The boon or direct car cnmmunicallon has,
thanks to tue Omnibus Cable Company, been at
last vouclisared the residents or South Saa
Francisco. A line now runs direct from tlio
ferries to Fouiteentli avenue. The cars are a
matter of deep Interest and wonder to tne
suburban Inhabitant*, and the windows are
packed wiih seemingly absorbed viewers of tbe
passing cars. The cows, pigs, coats, horses,
cblckens, ducks aud geese, who apparently have
bad tbe (reedom of tbe district conferred upon
them, for they form in platoons all over the car
tracks aud gaze lu wild-eyed wonder a: the ap
proaching cars, refuse to move until elegantly
booted oil by ihe ijolite ana obliging conductors
and drivers.
Tliote feai fully dllnpidatcd, ramshackle bone
bieiikiut: vehicles, drsiwu by ihu shadows of de
funct cayusps, known as " buiev* still exist to
Icim a connecting link between lUucheitovtu
aud the I'otiero cur-liue. Tlieir existence how
ever cannot be long. as the new car connection
must diaw all the IraOic that wity. Even when
this I : .i i i y end shall have been atialued tho
fiiglitlul memories ol tbe terrible horrors of a
rltle in the "buses" cau never be effaced lioin
tin; mind* of ihose uufortuuales who have at
dlveis lu:it<s either had to takeihi* method of
tiaii-poitatlou oi walk a coui>le of miles through
four feel of sticky alumcuilion.
Tho i i:,cii«-i contest between M. F. Mullins,
tha Chicago ebaraptoo butcber, and Cliarles
Westtihal, the Coast chaniploi.', which will take
place 10-muiruw a, Ctuiral I'alk, in attracting
considerable atlenilou ainoui; the loc.il butclier
lug lotereata. Mullius wasdue lu this city from
Chicago last nlglit. Westplial, wiio bas a strong
[ullowluglu liuiclinrtowii and Suuih San 1-Yau-
Cisco, is in Kood condiliun, aad despite AIIIIIIII9'
reputation is tlioughi to be tho wlaoer. As Ins
friends say, " Ins neat apt earance and ceuile
mauly way ot doing business" galu him iinine
diate favor when at work.
Despite the advent of ihe cars and civilization,
limclierlowu stinks as bad. If uot worse, than
ever, and a neophyte stomach iuvnluutaiily turns
ll«elf inside out when the lirst whin of the awful
stench bears uowii upon the unfortunate vlsllors.
The luulliplieily ol saloons in ISutchertowu Is
easily accouuied lor wlitu the need of ie>>!ora
tives from Ibe eftcels ol the leaiful odor Is con
sideied.
The T. C Walker Llbrlcd.
A libel was liled in the United States
District Court yesterday against the steamer
T. C. Walker by Charles Chitteuden, who
nllejie.i that on the 27th day of April last
the steamer ran into and damaged nls yacht,
\\ hitu Wings, tying at the Clay-street
Wharf. He claims compensation for the
loss incurred.
bard for SI .nder.
Fietro Cottura has commenced suit in the
Justices' Court agaiust Cesuie de Alberte
to recover S'-'.f.i damages for slander. He
claims on May 11th the defendant said of
him in the Italian and French languages,
"You are a perjurer" and "l'uu are a
thief."
Do not neglect to purify your blood this sprln?.
Take Hood's Sarsaparilla at once, as now Is the
time when you may receive the jjrealest good Irom
it. It is sold by ail drujgUU.
'1H fashionable ladles' corrective toulo Is Angos
tura Bitters, the world-renowned tonic or Dr. J. G,
B. Megcrt i Sous. Ask your driiKgtst.
Bkacham's Fills cure sick headache.
CHI i:< 11 nuticis.
fS" Howard I'rcsbyterlan Churth, l\li«-
-w-*^ slon st.. near Third— The Kev. s. H. Waller,
D.1)., irom l.os Angeles, will prearb to-morrow at
11 a. M. and at 7:30 v. u. Suuday^chool at 9:30 A.
m. aud 12:30 p. M. \oung People's Societyof Chris-
tian BndeaTOT at ti:lS p. m. r"rayor meetlni; ou
Wednesday evemiiK at 7:30 o'clock. Btra!i«ers and
others are cordially luvited to thwe services. It
Jf"^" First Presiiyterian Church, Cor. of
Sb*jy Van -Ness ave. and Sacramento Rev. Kob-
ert Mackenzie, D. D., pastirr. The Kev. J. 11. ■>»-
art, D.D., co-pastor, will preach at 11 a. K. and 7:45
r. M. Sunday-school at 12:45 p. m. Young People's
Society of Christian Endeavor at 6:45 p. ic l'rayer
meeting Wednesday evening at 7:45 p. u. All are
welcome to these services. it
Jt^sr" Woodbridice Prrabyterlan Church",
Sr-*' cor. Twentieth and Capp sts.— Pastor, Hev. T.
J.Curtis. Services to-inorruw Excelsior Hall, nver
Y. M. 0. A.. 2319 Mission St.. 11 a. m., "Advanta-
geous persecution" \ 7:»5 r. w.. "Christ's Ascen-
sion." Sabbath-scbool, 12:30 O'clock, Uospel meut-
in« Wednesday evening, old chureu. Visitors al-
ways cordially welcome:!. It
<t-7y- First MvthodUt Episcopal Church,
•>-*' Powell St., bet. WaslilUKtonalidJacLsou— The
pastor. M. 1). Kuck, will preach at 11 a. m. ou "An
Ksseutial Condition of bßcipleabip." Keceptlon of
members at incirnlng service. Class meetings at 10
a. v. and 12:30 P. it. Sunday-school, including An.
hi; Merrill's Klble cUsi, at 12:30 p. m. Spanish
service at 3 p. m. Young People's meeting at 6:30
p. m. ';ii«r:ir v concert of Bands oi Hopeat7:3o
p. m. Meeting for the Promotion ot Holiness, Mon-
day, 7:30 F.K. Prayer meeting. Wednesday, 7 :30
p. m. l'bo?nii Band of Hope, Friday evening. Our
seat* are free and everybody is welcome. It*
£?•"*=• Churrh ofChrist (Scientist) Holds
Ik-*' Christian Science services every Sunday at
11 a. m. iu Fraternal Ball, Alcazar Uulldlng, on
O'Farrell st.. between Stockton arid Powell sts.
Ull>;e c|:,sa fri.in 12 to 1. All are Invlti-il. in>3 Sa tf
notices or Ml-.I.TI.NGS.
§^2f* Kxcelslur I>ej;reß Lodee, aamiHli .
*~^ No. 8,1. <>. <>. P.— l:e 'uljrincelliiK^yS«gei
THIS EVENING. Second and third =*NSCSS
degrees will be conferred. ">V/itt\v>'
It T. R. MORSE. 11. M.
RS5 3 The]tt-Kular>l<rtiiiK <»f liar- r I
*»*^ mony, L. o. 1... No. I^7, will be held C?r\j
in Music Hall, 927 Mission »t..THIS (SAT- -<-C>T
DBOAY) I.VKNINU, at 8 o'clock. «\^T3\
It JOHNU.SHORTT. SecreUry. *<X ....
Ksft* Templar Kebekah Decree ■.«jgam< i ,
m-£* Lodge.No. 19, 1. o. o. F.. mcets^J^bfe:
THIS (SATURDAY) EVEMSU, li,*%«Sf^r
Memorial Hall, I. O. O. F. liulldlug. cor. 'WIB?
Market and seventh sts. All members of the degree
are cordLilly invited to meet with us. Degree work
every second and fourth Saturdays.
JULIA 1../.EHiI,tH, X. a.
N'ki.i ik L. Wn kins, Rec. sec. jViS tf Sa
IKjS Cnllfornia Keliekah De- *x&*2&£Ut
•»-=' gree Lodae. No. 1, 1. o. O. F.i^>g^«fc
Tlie lodge meets every SATURDAY 3&<B'C3^
£%*ENIMi. at Friendship Hall, Now Odd "^//ilS^"
Fellows' Uulldlng, cor. Market and Seventh sts By
order. LIZZIE K. BOY, Noble (irand.
MATTrKLAiKR, l;ec. Scf. mrS tf Sa
STS" HnneMl Voter*. Attention I— Dr. C. C.
t*-** O'DONNELL will bold a meeting at the New
City Hall next £uudav, at 2 p.m., aud it is impor-
tant that all respectable citizens should attend,
our neit Mayor will eiplaln loine ot the secrets by
which your ballot is not honestlv counted. Will
also tell you how lie was defrauded out or 1990
voles at last election. All citizens who are in-
trrested iu having an honest election should attend
tills special monster ma-s-meethiß. Hy order
A. Sell WEKIN, President.
1). K. Pkkky. Secretary. lnyl7 2t»
IMVII>KNO .v«)T1«:ks.
IHvl lend No. -;8 (Thirty CnttMl
n>-«y share) of tba Hawaiian Coatinerclal aud su-
gar Company will be payable at the office or the
company. .1.7 Market street, on anil after MON-
DAY, June a, 1890. Trauler hooks will close MON-
DAJ. May 26, IH9O, at 3 o'clock p. h.
myls 19t E. 11. SHELDON, Secretary.
jf^B= Dividend Notice-Divltlcnd JJo. 18
"-*' (forty cents per share) of the Hutchinson
Sugar l'lantatlon Company will be payable at the of-
fice of the company. 327 Market street, on and arter
Tuesday, May zo, 1890. Trausler books will closo
Wednesday. May 14, 1800, at 3 o'clock r. m. E. H
■SHKI.IiO.N. Secretary. Inyl4 7t
MASSAGE.
EfS" Ida Grey Has Kemoved to aiv^. Kear-
m-^ ny »t., Kooin IS. 3d floor. royl77t»
jjr7S= IOM Taylor— lliinmm; MassaKe.
ok-*' vapor baths; curen rheumatism; assis-
"ts. myl7 Oiu
K8»33 Taslur St. Itoae < . hiti.l. I'iom
»-* r New lork, with new ladv asslstauts: suuerlor
massage. Itoll r. it. inyl4 7t»
l^""'"' Gould. .Miimh(ii Treatuieut.
m^ cr Second floor, 917 Market, Room 18.my13 15»
«C^=" I.f»tti» Younir and Uyntiy Lysle, ,\lhs-
aV-*^ sage. 2tiy sixth st.. Itoom \ 5. apia lm
tPyg' Two Vonne Germnn l.mlirs clre
I*-^^ massage treatment. 22 Geary. Room 27.'J ! lm»
gy jgg. itisfirk Beßt 1>I "' a^o i ,'.,T a
MAMCIIRE I'AItLOKS. '
Ef-"S => Mabln Aver, jtlanicure hii<l Mjiit-
netlc 917 Market, Parlors 3 and 4. myl7
|^Js= Hii^i. -Nnlls Heiiiititli.fi. Julie l.a
l*^^ HLAM'HK. 1020 Market -it., I'nrlor". 4 l'n«
s"FIIUTIIAi7IS.M. ~
g^» Frank I'arkß, Alnterlalizlni; JUe-
a*-*'' dliiin; sittings dally. 402 UoldenOate.l3 I5«
ItjS* I>r 'j ' ooil > Tfance Medium and In-
t»-*' depeudeut slate-writer; all chronic and
nervous diseases successfully treated. 112 Valencia
lri;|l *- ap'J'2 tf
MM.CIAI, NOTItKS. '
[KSr* A >«w I'roceas l>in<-overed lit the
***** celebrated female pbyslciau. DR. K. VICE of
lli-rlln, ror female trouble, no matter from what
cause, etc. ; no medicine need bo taken' safe- Iu all
c.ises iniDoJsibletofall; this new process, discovered
by a man or knowledgo, Is more reliable than remale
pretensions. Sole agent for Cal., Di; v POPPFR
127 Montgomery; can be used at home. ' myl7 tf
IT-off" Picnickers— Do Not I »il to Tilm
»-* along some Saratoga chips. First-class xro-
cera tell them. Factory 2225 FoUom st. myie
Bt^S Machine Wh Itew •Rhine I, Ketter
EJS' thau wllli brushes; contracts taken "c ]>er
square yard. Circulars 1103 Jackson St. ap29 tf
tt-aß' Sniierlliioiis Hair Itemoved bv iri<.<-
BK^ trlclty. N. Y. Hair Store, 224 Taylor"?. 15 7t
s^S» Mine. Verona, Itheuinatic Onrr'
»*£' batln. 33 Slilh St., Room 50. my!4 "t«
13" Try Kelly's Corn Cure: 2o^Cenls
Bfc^ bottle; no cure, no pay .lua Eiidy. mylo 3m
t^jß* Bad Tenant* Ejected for *4. CoTlee"
Iras' tlons made, city or country. Pacific CollectlS
Company. 62H California n.. Room 3. demtf
Bt-jb- Contractors, Atteutlon lt*i>%» x*
IPS^MATHEWS have removed to thelr^Jw ,ud
larger quarteni, H Polk it., near Market ap"2 Tmo
T E R e T F s£ B orLy R rA r ,y r . 1 2 n 1 »f?sr l f,»r^ et fi
SK£ = *_ To Property-Owners nml Other<—
B^' Estimates furnished for brick atonaanif 127
crete work; brick foundations put u "<le! o?,iT^?,? a
buildings; boiler, furnace and "wort J.MclaHr*
estimates free, aud many dollars may bo luved* uo
labor unions handicap my work : Jos i k«itVi
2933 Mission at., bet. £tn and a«th. m" "u '
Bf pi?iiciX : fine?; X?l2s%X'sl'>Z£Z
and Fourth: diseases of women a special!? 1
t^S' Mr Dr. Donovan, Private Home In
**& conhnement. 27 Eleventa,""* "SaVm"
|f i&* Any Person Can Cunault M« •> Mi
■^'F^i's« t v^{.agtt B e^ B ar,o B . r ur.
BrECIAI. XOTICKS-CONTrNUED.
B^B' Glob« Itul>l>«r Stainp Factorr; the
•*-«' best sumps at cheapest rates; mailed or ex-
pressed. 1517 Market st, San Francisco. my7 3m
jf^S" Altmfila Maternity Villa— Furnished
■>-* r rooms previous to conlinement; private MKS
DR. E. FUNKE. near Euclnal Park. mr2 t( '
|T^B= Mrs. I>»rie«, 420 Ke.irny St.: Onlr
l»r-^ safe and sure cure lor all temale troubles.l2tf
g^S= l»r. Hall. 42« Kearur »t,-I>iscKHeVo7
lIF-^ women a specialty : hows 1 to 4. BtoH.iii.yj ly
1 ;' C. U-Donuell -Office aud K M .
m~*r >w .cor. Washington aud Kearny sts. lnyti
ft^W ,' >r Klcord'd K«-«ti»r«tive Pills; Spe-
Ifc-JS' clhc for exhausted vitality, physical debility,
wasted forces, etc.: approved by the Acatlemy of
Medicine, Paris, and the medical celebrities. Sold
by J. G. STEELE Jt Co., 633 Market St., Palace Ho-
tel, San Francisco. Sent hy mail or express. Prices:
Uox of 50. $1 26: of 100, $2; of 200, $3 50- of 40!)
$6. Prepaaatory Pills, $2. Seud for circular. fe2 tf
Bt^S- l.nilies. Send for Our Pamphlets;
tr-*" we have something new which will save you
trouble. Address KIRKWOOD HARD RUBBER
CO., cor. Market and Jones.4th floor. Room 124, San
Francisco. Send ."tamp; lady agents wanted. aps tf
SET^r" BookH buueht and aold. Jiin^ Itro*.
IkV^D? 8 Fourth .St.. u.-ar Markot. mr.>7 tf
SITUATIONS— FOALE.
f^'lKsTTlr^O^^NE^ir^O^D^^ETiiV 7^^
\J send orders to the Scandiuovlau-Gennan Em-
plovuicut Oflice, 106 Stockton. Telephone oOai. 1*
T ADIES— TO-DAY FINE COOKS AND GIKLS
JJfor upstairs and general housework. Swedish
Employmuat onice. 521 Bush st. It*
p E RMAN GIRL DESIRES SITUATION AS A
I J wet-nurse. Address S. G., Box 92, Call liranch
omce. niy!7 3t*
WEDISII GIRL WISHES POSITION AS COOK
lu Brst-clasa family. 100 Eleventh st my!7 3t*
pOMPETENT WOMAN DESIRES SITUATION
\J as chambermaid. Address C. M., llox 13H, Call
Branch Office. myl7 3t*
WANTED— BY COMPETENT WOMAN SITU-
■» ation as tirsl-class cook, or would <io chamber-
work In hi tel or loilg'iiK-house: country preferred.
Addnss W., Uox 154, Call i'. ranch office. 17 3t*
\" OLNG GIKL WANTS SITUATION TO DO GEN-
-1 eral housework. Please call 1041 Folsom st
near Seventh. rnyl7 3t*
\V OMAN LATELY FROM THE EAST WANTS
'■ housework tiy the day. Address 315 Jessle.l7 3*
I>KSPECTABLE WOMAN WISHES ANY KIND
J t of work by the day; washing, Ironing and i-lean-
Ing. 32 Everett St. my!7 3t«
SITUATION WANTED BY A THOROUGHLY EX-
i— perienced nurse; is compitent to take entire
charge. Address S. U., Call Branch Ottlce, 339
Bayei st my 17 3t*
111 SI'KCTAIILE WOMAN WISHES SIfITATION
Ali as cook and plain washing; no objection to the
country. Call or address 2013 O'Farreil, near De-
vlsadero. my 17 2t*
\\ r ANTED-BY A REFINED AND EDUCATED
" l.idy.wltha little boy, a position as mauaKing
housekeeper or seamstress In the country, or would
assist with up.stalrs work; speaks German and
It. nch. A. 8., Box 114. Call Branch ofttce. 17 2*
BY I.NGLISU WIDOW, JUST ARKIVF.D (6
years' residence in Parts), position as house-
keeper, companion, nurse or governess; can leach
French, piano aud singing. Addiess M. E., Kox 57,
this office. myl7 2t*
\\ r OMAN WANTS SITUATION AS WAITRESS:
•' private boarding-house. Address 719 Market
st, Kooni 33. inyl7 2t*
V O UNO GERMAN GIRL WISHES SITUATION
J- lor upstairs work and take care of children.
Apply William Tell House, 317_Bush st. myl7 2t*
PESPECTAIILE WOMAN, WITH A LITTLE
-it girl »ge 5, wishes a situation to do laundry,
kitchen or housework; no objection to cuuniry.
Call 1137 Harrison, bet. Seventh aud Eighth. 17 2t*
/IKL WANTS SITUATION TO Do IIOUSK-
' > work or prill take care of children and do ll^ht
housework. Call for 2 days 1137 Harrison st., be-
tvtegn Seventh and Eighth. inyl7 2t*
VOLNG GIKL WISHES SITUATION IO TAKE
X care children. Can at 23 Norfolk st.. bet. Elev-
enth and Twelllh. It* -
IKST-CLASS FRENCH AND AMERICAN
1 cook; Is an Al baker alul butter-maker: country
preferred; best city reterences. Address 11. C, Box
137, Call Branch omce. It*
OMPKTENT WOMAN WITH A CHILD
wishes to do light housework; city or country;
wages no object. Call MOO Hay St., cor. "liyde. It*
DRESSMAKER (EASTERN), MAN^Y YEARS'
ciperlence, will accept an engagement; $175
per day. Address E. E., Box 111, Call Branch. it*
GOOD COOK WANTS SITUATION; WILL DO
plain washing. Call 24 Mint ave. It*
V OUNQ GIRL, SPEAKING VERY GOOD
I rreuch, German and English, wishes a position
In store. C. V. 1., lox 114. Call Branch onice. It*
COMPETENT WOMAN WISH ES A PLACE TO DO
genera] housework; Is a good cook; city or
counlry. 141b' Hyde st. It*
l\ ANTED— SITUATION BY A GIRL: UNDER-
•' stands cooking and general housework. 4.1.:',,
Clementina st 11*
\'OUNG WOMAN WANTS WOKK BY THE DAY;
JL washing or house-cleaning or iirst-class nurse In
sickness. 94G Harrison St.. Kooni 24. It*
IJESPKCIABLE WOMAN WISHES WORK BY
XX the day. Apply 118 U.iyes st. it*
I A.MK WOMAN WISHES THE ASSISTANCE
I of some charitably disposed person to lurnlsh
two rooms; will do any kin.l o: fancy work or paii.t-
l:ig or ta'.te care of child in payment. Address
Lame, Itox 32. this office. myl7 It*
COTCH WOMAN-A FIRST-CLASS ENGLISH
0 and American coon; good bread and pastry: city
or country. Call 286 Stevenson st. It*
T ADY, WITH BOY 13 YEARS OLD. WISHES PO-
-1-t sltioo as cook or housekeeper, in the city or
country. Call or address MKS. A. SCU., 213 Minna
street. iuylt> St*
TIOUSEWORK WANTED BY GERMAN GIRL
XX just from home. 728 Golden Gato ave. IB 3t*
UKSE, INFANTS' OR CHILDREN OK IN-
J-" valid; middle agi'd woman; kind and trust-
worthy; good rcfer.'iioes; wages $20: city or amiss
bay. Inquire of MKS. HOGG, 1105 Clay st. mylU 3*
T.-'IUS T-CLASS LAINDRESS WISHES SITU-
atlon in the city or country; best of reference.
Apply 321 Van Ne<s ave. my!6 3t*
CWmiHH GIRL WISHES SITUATION. OENER-
-oal housework, small family, or second work. 26
Buss st. myl6 2t*
BY A COMPETENT LADY, A POSITION IN AN
i.'istitutlon or as nurse to an Invalid. Address or
call alter 5 o'clock at 1221 O'Farrell st. D.
M^ myl6 2t*
DRESS-MAKER- FIRST-CLASS FITTER AND
XJ draper desires engagements by the day. Address
DressmaKer, 150 Ninth st. inylß 2t*
'OMAN WANTS WOUK BY THE DAY; ANY
" klmi. Apply 1618 Buchanan st. luyl6 2t*
SITUATION . WANTED HY LADY AS WORKING
0 housekeeper for few crowu people: relerence
givim if_satljfjictory. 12 ;;M, 3 Maiket St. myl6 2t*
\'OUNG LADY" WANTS A SITUATION TO DO
X upstairs work In a private family; would prefer
an American family. I'iease cull at 1509 Sacra-
mento St. myl6
1 ADY WISHING TO TAKE CHARGE OF
XJ house aud children If any while family is away
in summer months. Address B. C, Box IU2, Call
Branch Oflli mylo 2t*
IJESPtOTABLE PERSON WISHES SITUATION;
Ji Is Rood cook aod laundress; city or couutry.
115 Geary st, lu r*j>r. my!6 2t*
p 00I> PLAIN COlilTwisHES A SITUATION
VJ cook or to do general housework. rail or ad-
dress MRS. ,1. W. K, tu Minna st. (In rear). 16 2t*
SITUATION WA N T I BY SCANDINAVIAN
girl as cook or general housework in American
or German family; best city references. Call at
loaiy^Markrt st. myl6 2t*
SITUATION WANTED BY AN EXPERIENCED
cook in sttiall faintly; city or Oakland. Address
0.. Box 156. Call Brani-h OlBce. lny!6 2t*
HTOMAN, WHO IS A GOOD COOK AND LAU.-N-
-»* dress, wants situation. Apply drug-store, cor.
Siiteeutu and Valencia sis. my 1 6 2t*
V OUNG GIKL (ENGLISH) TO WAIT AT TABU
' J or do cbamberwork or look after child; wages
$13; good references; city or across bay. Address
MRS. HOGG. 1105 Clay st. myl6 2t«
CANDINAVIAN OIKL WISHES TO DO oEN-
O eral housework lu American family. a.HI
Howard st myl6 2t*
YOUNG GIRL, WRITING PLAIN HAND
X. wlslies posltlou as copyist. Address MISS A.
T.. 1013 Bryant »t. my 18 3t*
pEKMAN WOMAN WANTS SITUATION GO
VJ out washiui; and house-cleaning bv day, ur tak-
lug washing at houic. IS Minna st. "myls 3t*
-yOUNO LADY (CRIPPLED) WOULD LIKE TO
X do writing at home. Address A. H., Box 43. 15 3*
I>ESPECTABLE UERMAN OIRL WANTS SITU-
XX ation for general housew'ork or chambsrwork
Call at 603 I.aguna St., near Fell. my 15 St*
U- OMAN TO UO OUT BY THE DAY OH FOR
'» house-cleaning or washing or work in kitchen of
restaurant. Address 1718 Mission st myls 3t*
"vTEAT YOUJ.U GIRL WISHES" SITUATION TO
X> do general housework. Please call 1041 Folsom
st., near Seventh. my 14 st«
r IIIOW DESIRF.S POSITION AS IIOUSKKEEP
er In widower's family, or to take charge of
small loriglMg-liouxe. Addressor call MRS. I>. FAIR,
iTl.'i Ilillioiil mylSst»
Mit/A iiu.\ »— m^LTT.
AN" AND WIFE " WANT"^iTUAT7oNS~IN
dairy; wife do cooking, man do milking and
making butter. Address AUGUST SUFFA, 201
' Sutler st.. upstairs. myl7 4t»
ijtlBST GRAINER AND INSIDE KASTEKM
painter wants Job by day or Job, Address P.
M., box ll'i. Call Itranch omco. luyl7 31*
'ANTED— BY A MARRIED MAN (AGED 30),
»' a position lu a wholesale house or to drive de-
livery wagon. Address M., Box 92, Call Branch
omce. my 17 31*
AKRIED YOUNG GERMAN WISHES SITUA
ivJ. tlon at anything: experienced as carpenter and
painter; also with rope and wire splicing. Address
or call at Frult-slore, 267 Third, nr. Fulsom. 17 3t*
MAN AND WIFE, WITH BOY 13 YEARS OLD,
wish positions on ranch or private place; wife Is
a first-class cook. Call or address A. SCH., 213
Minna St., upstairs. niyl7 3t*
ATION BY A MAN WHO 18 AISLE AND
witling to work; best of references. Address M.,
Box 131, Call liranch omce. myl7 3t»
-OUNOMAN, WITH A KNOWLEDGE OF SIIIP-
X ping and book-keepiug, wishes situation iu couu-
try. Address M. V., Box 112. Call liranch. 17 3t*
\'OUMU MAN WANTS PLACE IN PRIVATE
J family to take care horses; wages no object:
good home wanted. M. s.. Box 158, Call Kralich
OlBce. . - my 17 2t»
MAN WISHES SITUATION: WILLING TO
work at anything. Call or address MR. BURNS
513 Howard st.. Hooui 9. . myl7 2t*
\\r ANTED SITUATION BY A GERMAN AS
v? farmer, teamster or man about place. Address
M. A., Box 23. this office. . •• myl7 2t*
TRONG. HEALTHY, MIDDLE-AUKD EDU-
cated gentleman wishes a situation as book-
keeper, clerk or traveler: a good pcninau and a
rapid calculator; not afraid of work: salary uo ob-
ject. Address O. H.M,. 818 Eddy st It*
OYOK 13 WISHES A POSITION AS OFFICE
or errand boy; can give reference. . Apply or
address 214 Hitch st for 2 days. It*
antkd-home; in COUNTRY fob BOY of
: It 13; wiring to help around for his board. Ad-
dreas Boy, Uox 87. Call Branch Office. It*
OOD LUNCH COOK WANTS EMPLOY MFN T
G. Box a. thla ofnce. my!2 MoThSa3t* *
VUUNtt GERMAN WITH FULL EXPERIENCE
1 in the wine aud liquor business, late foreman of
a wholesale house in this city, would like to have a
steady place. Call at NW. cor. of Valencia and
Eighteenth sta. my 16 3t» .
OUNG MAN. HONEST, INDUSTRIOUS, EN
ergetlc and trustworthy, desires a position as
clerk lu a country hotel or business house. Addrena
M., Box 86. Cai.i. Branch omce. rnl6 St*
ITUATION WANTED BY A SWISS MILKER
and butter-maker. . Inquire Chicago Hotel. 222
PaclUc st. -■ ■ ■' myl«2t»
TRONQ BOY, 16 YKABS OLD, WOULD LIKE A
lob whore be gets his board; to learn a tr>de
preferrod. K. P., Box 157, Call Branch, myli; 2t*
SITUATTONS-COKTINUKn.
STEADY MAN WANTS EMPLOYMENT; ANY
capacity; used to real estate; wine-trade trav-
eler. w. s., Box 50, this office. iuy!6 3t
\\r ANTED-BY A ROUGH CARPENTER, WORK
" of any kind; has tools. 8.. 642 Natoma. IB 3t*
Y^OUNG MAN, INTELLIGENT, ENERGETIC
A and good penman, would like a position of any
kind lu a business house: has had experience In
book-keeping and can furnish best of references
Address 11. H., Box 136, Call Branch Oflice. 15 7t«
GOOD HOUSE-PAINTEK WANTS WORK BY
VJ tho day, week or month: willing to work cheap
In returu for steady work or long job: understands
business In all branches; city or com-.try. Address
A. H. PAINTER, 151 Mluua st., bet. Second aud
Third. Piyls 3t*
■yOUNG MAN WANTS JOB, PAINTING, WHIT-
X. enlng barns, etc.: no mechanic; good mixer and
paluter: day or contract: S months last place: best
reference. C. L. L., 16 Hubbjrd st. myl6 3t*
pAMPING PARTIES DESIRING THE SERVICES
V-> of a thoroughly experleuced. handy, responsible,
middle-aged man, please address C. F. M., Box 158,
Call Branch Ofnce, for interview. myls 3t*
YOUNG MAN WANTS PLACE IN PRIVATE
X ramlly to care for horse and garden. Address
A. X., llox 31, this office. mylo 3t*
BRIGHT. EXPERIENCED DRIVER FROM THE
East wishes situation: understands the care ot
garden, fine carriages, etc.: good references. Please
address Driver. Uox 86. Call Branch oiiice. 15 3t*
pOMPETENT AND RELIABLE ENGINEER AND
\J machinist of 25 years' experience desires a situ-
ation In his calling in city; best of references
will be given. Address F. K., 214 Va Sixth. 14 7t«
|)Y A GOOD RELIABLE, ECONOMICAL COOK":
• ' city or country: low wages: good lor bakln«and
pastry. P.KING. 219 BruaJway. myl3 st»
\\' ANTED— A FIKST-CLASS POSITION FORA
" married man, who saved $20 by purchasing a
merchant tailor-made suit ror $20: merchant tailor's
price $40. OKIGINAL MISFIT CLOTHING PAR-
LOKS, corner Post and Dupont streets.
U< ANTED— BOOK-KEEPERS, (LHIiKS AND
'» others who are looking for itrst-cuus positions
to call and see our merchant tailor-made business
■nits for $15: mercbant tailors' price, $30.
ORIGINAL MISKIT CLOTHING I'AHl.olts, corner
post and I'ui.ont streets.
J.'- K MALE BKLP WAMTKD.
UTANTJS D^TFTRST~CLASSi COOk7~ALSO~A
" thorough laundress lor the same family, $35
and $30; second girl to go to Sacramento $25;
Swedish cook to do plain washing for American
lannly In city, $30; 10 girls for housework at $20
each. Anply MISS K. PLUNKETT. 421 Sutter.
/ OOK FOR FAMILY OF 2, COUNTRY. $:;0:
v; cook, $25: nurse and second girl. $25; chamlier-
mald aud waitress, springs, $20; chambermaid aud
waitress, hotel, $20: shirt ironei, $30: man and
wile, private family, $50: 25 girls, homework, $25
and $'-'O. R. T. WARD & CO.. 610 Clay St. It
VA' ANTED— COOK CHOP HOUSE. $35: 2 AIT-
" re;ses and chambermaids country, $20; Ger-
man second girl. $20; and many gtrisot all nation-
alities for cooking and housework; cityand coun-
try, $15, *20 aud »25. Apply to J. V. CBOSSETT
& CO., 202 Stockton St. It
WAN II.D— PASTRY COOK FOR SPRINGS.
" $40; cook ror summer resort. $35, free tare;
clrl ror housework in same town, 2 in family, $25,
free fare; chambermaid and assist waiting, country
hotel. $20: 50 young girls ior housework and to as-
sist, $25. $-_'O, $15. c. it. HANSJEN Jt CO., 110
Geary bt. it
W ANTED — CIIAMItKRMAID FOR LODGING-
'» house, city, $Z5; German girl, general house-
work, $25: yonng girls as nurses, $10 and $15;
chaiobrrmald, hotel, $20: 2 girls lor ranch. $25
and $20; girls ror general housework at DELORME
& ANHKL'S, 320 Sutter St. 1
\\' ANTED — FIRST-CLASS DRESSMAKEP.S.
'' Apply 2208 Geary st. myl7 3t*
\\r ANTED— YOUNG GIRL TO ASSIST IN
" huusework. Call at 1724 Sutter st, bet 10 and
2 o'clock, Saturday or Monday. myl7 31*
\\' ANTKD— YOUNG TO ASSIST IN LIGHT
"' housework. Call 1020V 2 Guarrerost. 17 3t*
3 LADY WAITERS WANTED-310 GRANT AVK.;
good pay given. my!7 3t*
\y ANTED— OLD LADY TO TAKE CARE OF A
'' baby: wages 48 to $10 and good home; good
references re«|iiired. Call 127 Jullau ava, oil six-
teeuth St.. near Valencia. my 17 2t*
i IRL TO ASSIST IN LIGHT HOUSEWORK.
'J 108% Oak st. _ my 17 2t*
W ANTED— EXPERIENCED GIRL FOR LIGHT
" homework small family. 1410 Geary st. It*
XPERIENCED SALESLADY FOR JERSEY DE-
partment. IT.i.N & CO.. 713 Marketst. It*
OOD DRKSSMAKKIt WANTED 151MEDI-
ately; $1 50 per day. 1015 Jackson st. It*
V'OUNG GIRL TO ASSIST IN LIGHT iIOUSE-
X work; family of ii. 1835Va Eildy St. It*
W ANTED— UIRL; MUST BE A GOOD
»' cook. Call at 1640 Pine. NE. cor. Pine aud
Franklin, from 10 to 12 A. M. It
GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK— GERMAN SPEAK-
Ing preferred. 130.S Mission st. it*
TWO GIRLS FOR LIGHT WORK IN COUNTRY.
32 Fourth St., Room 2. It*
l\- AN I'I'.D— GIKL FOR GENERAL Hol'SE-
'' work; wages $20. 453 Tnird st It*
MART TIDY GIBL TO WAIT ON TABLE AND
tend in bakery. 246 Ellis st. It*
p EKMAN GIKL FOR LIGHT HOUSEWORK. .'•O4
VJ Hayes st. it*
GO( >D, I'll'K COOK rOR RESTAURANT. 1438
1 Valencia st. it*
11- ANTED-GIRL. 14 KEARNY ST., UPSTAIRS;
" for restaurant it*
3j 7 TO $250 A MONTH CAN BE MADE
liP I *J working for us: persons preferred who can
furnish a horse aud give their whule time to the
business; spare moments may be prolitably em-
ployed also; a few vacancies in towns and cities.
B. F. JOHNSON i- CO., 1009 Main st, Rich-
mond, Va. feB sa lou.o
OPERATOR ON PANTS; ONE WHO FINISHES;
also finishers. 622 Clay St., upstalrs-mylß 3t*
IyANIED-RESPEOTABI.E GIRL FOR LIGHT
I' housework. 51iy 2 Fell st. myl6 St*
U- ANTED - A YOUNG LADY AS PARTNER
"or assistant ill fortuue-telllng business. Call
a£ter9 a. m.. 2S'/% Sixth st. Room 14. lny!6 3t»
G : IRL FOB GENERAL HOUSEWORK. 158SHIP-
VJ ley st, rear. my!6 2t»
RESPECTABLE YOUNG GIKL 14 TO 16, FOR
light housework; reference. IB Hmuplou
Place 1 _ myl6 21*
p IRL— GENERAL HOUSEWOBJC AND MIND
VJ children, $15; bring refereuce. 10J4 Gulden
Gate avo. myl6 2t" 1
\l r ANTED— GIRL TO TAKE CARE OF 2 CUIL-
*" dren in Alameda. Address. st:ttlng age, ex-
perience and salary expected, B. M., Box 126, Call
iirauch office. mylß 2t*
i) LADIIiS WANTED AS^ ASSISTANTS IN
4 massage. Call 3:: Taylor st., aftemouns. 16 2t*
GIRL TO DO GENERAL HOUSEWORK IN
small family. Apply 1416 Vallejo st. 16 2t*
Ul ANTED— WAITER GIRLS AT 520 PACIFIC
strett my 16 2t»
pEIEMAN GIRL FOR HOUSEWOBK. APPLY
VI 1111 Howard st. iuy!6 2t*
L'IKSI-CLASS FINISHF.R ON FINE CUSTOM
X coats; steady work. 117 Fifth St. my!6 2t*
GIRL, 14 TO 17, TO ASSIST WITH CHILDREN.
Apply 261!) Bush St. myl6 St*
r OUNG GIKL TO ASSIST IN LIGIIFHOUSE-
x work; German or Swedish pre:erivd; call be-
tween 10 and 12 o'clock. Si2 Mlmloii. myls 3t*
IMMEDIATELY— 2 IKNCED WAIST-
I trimmers; good wages: steady work. MME.
lißßtJi', 688 a aryst. my 15 3t*
»\ ANTI.D-AN EARNEST EXECUTIVE LADY,
" capable of Interesting and managing lady work.
ers. Address Capable. Uox 139 .Call Branch. 15 3t»
LADY IN EVERY TOWN AN CITY IN (AL!
fornia to canvass; $2 25 per day. 119 Hfth st
ttoom 25. my!s 3t« '
\\ ANTED-2 GIKLS, ONE FOR GENERAL
" housework, $20 ; one young girl uke care child,
$11). Apply 1022 ureeu St. myls 3t*
-> WAIST AND hKIRT HANDS AT 6*l HAIGHT
street. inj-15 3t*
V'OUNG GIRL OF GERMAN PARENTAGE FOR
X general housework; small ramlly; reference-
wages $10. 445 o'Farrellst. my 15 3t«
l« AN lED — GERMAN GIRL FOR UENKKAL
»» housaw<.rk and plain cooking; large washing
given out 338 Third st inylS 3t»
OIERATOKS ON CLOAKS. 1228 MARKET ST
Roum 8. my 15 3t*
yiRST-CLASS PANTS-FINISUEKS WANTED
J.' Immediately. 19 Ellis st. mylS 3t*
\\ ABTED-OBBMAN GIRLS AT FORT UNA
'» bllllaru-liall, 630 Commercial st. myl3 7t*
II- ANTED— YOUNG LADIES TO LEARN TEL-
*' egraphlug. Apply at office, 640 Clay st. apl2 7t
V»- ANTED-APPP.ENTICES TO LEABN DRESS-
" making trade thoronghly. 961 Howard, II 7t*
JADIKS TO WRITE FORTIIE LADIES' SHIELD
-1 Ad. P. O. Lock-box 1721. Sail Fran. ap37 3m«
ȣAJUB HKI.I' \VANTi;i>.
\\ T ANTED-FOR AN INSTITUTION, SHORT
" instance In country, a man and wife to take
ohsrge of children; s.iiary, $.><) a month for both,
with boam, wnshtng, etc: apply lu person only ref-
ereuce required. W. D. EWKK a; CO.. 626 Clay. It
11/ ANTED-MAN AND WIFE ON A FRUIT
»• ranch in Sonoma County: see employer al our
oflice this morning. W. D. EWER A CO., 626 Clay. 1
l\' ANTED— GERMAN COOK, SMALL lIOTEL,
" $40; cook, waiter and di.sluva.ihcr fora mining
cami> lu Noada, see party h<-r. ■; also farmers,
teamsterß. laborers, milkers, blacksmiths, carpeuters
and 100 other men. city and couutry. \V. D EWER
Jt CO., 626 Clay st. it
U' ANTED-MAS AND WIFE FOR A COUNTRY
" hotel; man mnst bo a gi.od cook; wile a cham-
beruuld; $56. MKS. ELFEN. 206 sin, ktou st. It*
U ANTED— FIKST-CLASS COOK, $50: SKCOND
" cooL, $30. and a dish-washer, $25, lor the coun-
try. MRS, ELFEN. 206 Stocßtou st. it*
rfiwo FARMERS FOR orcbabti, $125- 8 MEN
X lor hay Bold, $1 25 and $1 50 day; 10 farmers
$26 and $30: rauch lort-mau, $30; 2 men to plant
trees, $2o; 2 (inarry laborers, $2; 10 laborers for
saw-mill, $30; 2 milker*. $:tO; 4 milkers and farm-
en, (30; Dlackamltn, country. $3; wheelwright on
ranch. $2 and found ; blacksm Ith.city, $55 and ronnd •
tally clerk for mill, $S0: 2 restaurant cooks country'
$50 ; boarding-house cook, $U0 ; shop baker, couutry
$45 aud found: 4 Hotel waiters, $.«u; 4 colored wait-
era. spruus, $.10. R. T. WARD C0..U10 clay. It
U'ANTED-QANG Elu.i.KM an. $3 A DAY : 20
"carpenters for country, $2 50 and board and
$.! 50 a day; 6 qu.urj men, *2 50 a day; paper-
haulers, $3 a day and hoard; 2 Jobbing blacksmiths
and borse-shoers, $40 and round aud $2 a (lay and
Tound: 3 men to build fence by contract; 10 farm-
ers, $1 25 a day aud $25 and $30: laborers lor clly
and couutry, SI 75 u day and $30 and board: milk-
ers, $.10: cooks, waiters, kitchenmen and others.
Apply to J. F. CKOSETT Jt CO., 628 Sacramento. It
K FARMERS FOR A FRUIT RANCH, STEADY
0 work, $30, see party at office this morntug; 3
German farmers for a rrult ranch, $.10; 3 Scandi-
navian farmers for vineyard, $3u; Scandinavian or
German f.irmer aud wife, $50: milker aud farmer,
•M; 4 carpenters, steady work, couutry. S2 50 a
day; wood-worker. and carTlage-maker, $3 a day:
wheelwright, $3 a day; 4 teumsters, cl:y, $32- 4
laborers, city. $32. C.K.UANSEN* CO..lioGeary.l
pOOK. SECOND COOK AND WAITER, FOR
\J milling camp. Nevada, see boss here; 4 waiters
who can play musical instruments, for summer re-
sort. $35; a waiters, same hotel. South, $30 and
far« advanced. C. K. HAN SEN * CO.. 110 Geary.lt
IAI RAILROAD LABORERS. *2 A DAY, FOR
y\j\j Oreuuu; no olhce fee charged: reduced rare
direct «o work. For tickets apply to C. H. H ANSKN
Jt CO.. HO Geary st. it
EAD PORTER FOR A LAKIIK. FIRST-CLASS
hotel: must have filled a similar position, ad-
ply to C, B. II.VMSKM A CO.. 110 Geary st It
O WAITERS FOR THE SPRINGS, $:!0: DISH-
HANSEN CO., 110 Geary st. 28 - A ' l|ay '" it ,
2 WAITERS AND A DISH-WASHER FOR SAME
sprlnes, $30 and $25. Call early C. R. HANSEN
A CO., 1 10 Geary Ht. ■■ ■■ it
VV ANTED-RESTAURANT COOK. $12 A WEEK;
" nl-htcook, small place. $30; cook for cotfee-
bouse. $v a week: French bed-maker, $1 a day:
waiter, small place, $35: Frenchman to work In a
wlimry, country. «>5; dishwasher. $20 etc at DE-
LOKME & ANDRE'S. 320 Sutter St. ■ It
HELP WANTED— CONTIXTTEIt.
CARPENTERS, $.J 60 A DAY; RAILROAD LA-
\J borers. $1 25 aud board: farm-bands, $30; city
laborers. »l 75. Swedish Employment .Offloe, 624
Bush st. • lt
T ABORERS, TEAMSTERS. FARMEItS. COOKS,
*-* waiters and others, at Scandinavian Empioy-
ment OBce. 106 Stockton st. It*
\ y ANT ED— A FIRST-CLASS JAPANESE GAR-
"'.<J ener: wages, $25. Apply at 120 Phelan
Ba ''a'°g- myl7 tf
\V ANTED-A FEW PERSONS INKACH PLACE
« to do writing at home: send 10 cents for sample
and terms. Address F. YOUNG, Station A, San
Francisco. ■_J . my 17 Bt*
rjLERKS SEEKING POSITIONS AS SALESMEN,
«i',»? ,H a '" e c °Pylst». booli-keepers.stenographers
obtain them. Clerks' Biireau.3osKearny.Km 1.17 3*
S^i'^f' ACTIVK YOUNG MAN FOR GENERAL
hf m " i i'V >v . , oles dairy produce commission
64", U tniso mle. CUy " t " en "^.J. M^K-^Box
J™S FOR QIARTZ MINeT^USTHAVE
JU $000 cash: good Interest; good wages. Address
1. 0.. Lox 160, Call Br.mch onice. inyl7 2t*
V\ERY MEMBER OF THE P. C. LABORERS'
-U U l , on '.^°-. 1, t0 be present. Important news
from Washington, Irish-American IJall, 8 p u
sharp. lt « '
BAR BEIFwANTED. 478 SEVENTH ST., OAK-
land. If
AKBER FOP. SATURDAY AFTERNOON AND
evening. 862 Mission St. It*
W ANTED-STKADY, FIRST-CLASS BARBER
ave for O;ililana ' su Seventh st. Inquire 221 Grant
H lt .
t'IBST-OLASa BARBER WANTED FOR SATUR-
day aLd Suuday. 848 Valencia st. It*
ARBER-SATURDAY AND SUNDAY. COB.
Nineteenth and Mission sts. It*
ARBER WANTED SATURDAY AND SUNDAY.
417 Sutterst. If
Bai:u;;u WANTED. 1231 DUPONT STREKT.
i> It*
W ANTED— AN OLD MAN AS PANTRYMAN.
I' Louvre. Eddy and Powell sts. It*
STRONG BOY TO MAKE HIMSELF USEFUL.
Louvre, Eddy and Powell sts. It*
V V ANTED— COOK IN RESTAURANT; CALL
*' early. Co-operative Restaurant. 106 Second. l*
DISH-WASHER. 1150 KENTUCKY ST.. PO-
trero. it*
CTUONG BOY WANTED AT CHILDREN'S
0 quarters. Golden Gate Park. It*
TEADY BOY; NOT AFRAID TO WORK: REF-
crences required. 8 Hush st. It
SEVERAL LADIES AND . GENTLEMEN FOR
dramatic stage. llfj.lcs lest., bet I and s. lt*
iy ANTKD-FIRST-CLASS FURNISHING GOODS
»» MJesman; one who thoroughly understmuls
window dressing. Address A. 1)., Box 147, Call
Branch omce. It
\y ANTED— JIAKBEK; SATURDAY AND
'' Sunday. 11 Grant ave.. llamiuam Baths. It*
OYSTER COOK AT (IN rKALOYSTER-HOtJSE.
Central Market. Grant ave. It*
(>(>!> CHANCE FOR WAGON BLACKSMITH
VJ or wood-worker. Inquire at Mission road aud
Silver ave., DAMEL KILCuMMON, It*
VV ANTED— BRIGHT RELIABLE YOUNG MAN
" between 20 and 26 years ot age as collector.
Address o. A., Box 128. Call Hranch Offlce.myl6 tf
OOD CHANCE FOR BARBER MAKE MONEY
during the season. Apply Cai LBranct my 16 7*
W ANTED— PRINTING SOLICITORS, NORTH
" End Priutlug Company, 517 Filbert st., near
Stockton. my 3t*
\ ' ERY LII'.EHAL COMMISSION PAID FOK
v good solicitor to travel In the country on cus-
tom-iuade clothing and gents' furnishing goods: no
experieuce required. Address G. S., Box 113, Call
Brani b oaice. ' niyl62t*
Ur ANTED— BLACKSMITH. BARTLETT
and Twenty-third sis., bet. Mission and Valen-
cla. tnyl6 2t<
WANTED— A irELPIiR ON BREAD AND CAKES.
'' 1101 Howard st. myl6 21*
VI* ANTED — AMALGAMATOR FOR QUARTZ
*' mine; must have *50i> cash: loug job; good
wages. Address 8., Box 104, Call Branch. 16 at*
IJARBER SATURDAY AND SUNDAY; GOOD
-t-> wages. 2437 Mission st. inylßiJt*
BARBER-SHOP FOR SALE — THE BEST 15c
stand in city: prominent street; doing nue busi-
ness. Address M. and E., Box 15t>, Call Branch
Ottice. my!6 2t»
YA AN TED-CAP. PI-.NTER TO BUY AN OLD ES-
" tablished shop doing a good trade. 724 Larklu
street myltt 3t»
CARPENTERS-PARTNER WANTED IN JOB-
) blng shop. Call to-day at 923 Howard st.my!6 3*
ANTED— FIRST-CLASS SAWYER TO SAW
" for stickers. Pacific Planing Mills, Berry st.near
Sixth. niyla 3t«
"1 ,'C BARBERSHOP; 2 CHAIRS; NO REASON-
J-»Jable offer refused. Fourth St., near King, 15 3*
HOE-STOKE— SMALL SHOE BUSINESS FOR
0 sale. Call or address 3005 .Mission st myls 3t*
ÜBLIN HOUSE. 40 MINNA ST., BET. FIRST
and Second; good beds, with coffee, 15c. 15 7t*
IJENSIONS— SOLDIERS AND WIDOWS, 60 YRS.
A of aze (or alcK, not receiving pecslons), apply Im-
mediately : under new law no papers required or ad-
vance fee. Authorized U.S. Pension Attorney, CAPT.
J.H. StIKPARD. 1068 East 15th st.Oakland. Cal. 3m
WANTED— 2 YOUNG MEN TO LEARN TELE-
*' graphing. Apply at ollice. 640 Clay st inyia 7t
\ GENTS WANTED TO CANVASS A NEW LINE
of pictures aud frames. Apply at S. GREEN ft
CO.. 112 Eddy St. myl tt
W ANTED — SEAMEN, ORDINARY SEAMEN
'' at 313 Pacllic. Jal6 tt
\IOLDERS WANTED-WAGES S3 TO SU PER
■IVI day; work guaranteed for 1 year to good men,
and board with coinfortablo and secure lodzlngs In
works. If necessary; al-o good opportunity for intel-
ligent youths who have PARTLY LEARNED the
trade. Apply Fulton Iron Works. 213 Fremont st tt
4 GENTS WANTED TO TAKE ORDERS FOR
-i'V. custom shirts; nr> experieuce required. 613
Montgomery st, upnalra. fe2s 3mo
W AN TED-MEN OF LIMITED MEANSTO PUR-
»f chase a merchant tailor-made spring suit for
$15: merchant tailors' price. $30. ORIGINAL
MISFIT CLOTHING PARLORS, corner Post and
Dupont streets.
* 100,000 MEN WANTED TO LOAN MONEY
. on all articles at low rates; uiuare deailat
UNCLE JACOBS, 613 Pacific st aultt
ffIJIO BARBER-SHOP AND 2 ROOMS. 9Jtt"
«IpJ-S' Folsom St.. above Fifth. apll tf
\y ANTED— YOUNG MAN OF GOOD APPKAR-
" ance to purchase a merchant tailor-made three-
bnttou cutaway suit, latest spriug style, for Jltf 50;
merchant tailors' prico $35. ORIGINAL MISFIT
CLOTHING PARLoIIS, corner Post and Dupont
streeLs. --^ .--
\y ANTIiD-500 MEN, HOWARD AND THIRD;
" basement, Bee Hive, toeat tree home cooked hot
lunch, ivlth beer or Ine, 5 cts: open dav A- uight.B tf
AUE.NTS BANTKD.
rphe" facts about stanley's book— on
1 March 10, 1890, Messrs. Charles Scribner's Sons,
the American Diii>lMhers, appointed ns the general
agents lor the Pacllic Coast of the boot now tu
preparation by Stanley, being a narrative of hlj last
expeuition lino tbe interior of Africa to rescue
EmlnPaaha; this Is the geuuioe uew Stanley booK
and the only one: ageuta wanted everywhere; full
parttcnlara uy mall unon application. A. L. BAN-
CROFT Jt CO.. 132 Post st., San Francisco. mr!6tt
"\IARK TWAIN'S NEW BOOK. "A CONNEOTI-
J-'l cut Yankee lu King Arthur's Court," alceenaua
powerful satire ou English nobility aud royalty
immense sales; blgprolits. Apply quickly rortat.ai
ami tiTiitory to A. L. BANCROFX .1: CO., 132 PO3S
St.. San i rjnru.T. -- noistf
PAKTNKK9 WAyrED.
i^IRS?CLASS EUROPKAIT' GRAINKK AND
. painter wanted as partner. Address L. M., Box
112. Call Branch Orhce. lnyl7 St*
GOOD CHANCE FOR CABINET-M AKERrEITB>
VJ er as partner or to do the repairing in second-
hand furniture store. 1719-1721 Mission. 16 at*
FUItNITUKE WANTED.
ioS~?KICE~?AID FOR HOUSEHOLD FuS
nlture. GALLAGHER. 1241 Market, ur.9th,6 tt
A LWAYS SELL YOUR FURNITURE, CARPETS
-rt. etc., to MARK LEVY, Room 90, Murphy
Building, and receive extra money. ap22 tf
MCCABE. 12S FOURTH ST. AND 743 MISSION,
pays the highest price, for furniture and carpatt.
A LARGE QUANTITY OF SECOND-HAND FUtt-
ulture wanted; 2U per cent paid inure than else-
where. alu.nl:. 34 Fourth st; new stor* lajutr
MJ. SIMMONS Jt CO., AUCTION' EKRS, WILL
. buy your lurnlture, plauos aud books. 1047
Market st __ap9 tf
A FTER TRYING OTHERS, DON'T SELL UN-
-rV til yon uave seen OHA& LEVY, 536 and 538
California st., as he pays the highest cash prices for
furniture; ollice fixtures, etc. p24 tf
STANDARD FURNITURE COMPANY WILL
U buy your furniture for cash or exchange uew
furniture for old. 1045 Market st. apl9 6m
A LL SECOND-HAND FUKNITUBE AND CAB-
■rv pets bough: . large or small lots; call or seui
postal. KOSKNTHAL. 110 Fourth noU
DLUNDY. 829 MAltKlll' ST., PAYS HIGHEST
*-> « price for second-hand furniture. aps tf
'PKHRY ft CO.. 717 MARKET ST., OPP. DUPO!*T.
X will buy your furniture lor cash. ja2stt
HL. JON Jt CO., GENERAL AUCTIONEERS,
Ui 25 and 27 Eighth st. ; telephone 3424; the
highest cash price paid for all kluds of furniture
carpets, plunos, booKs. etc. f e 23 tf
V r OU CAN GET MOKE MONEY FOR YOURSBO-
x oud-hand rurnlture rrom J. NOONAN * CO..
1021 Mi-moii st. ur.SUth. tliap elsewhere taU tr
1.110.US IV.V.Nl'lill.
ANTED— 2 or 3 rooms furnished for
*' light housekeeping by young couple; no chil-
dren; state rent aud location. Address C. S. s..
Box 95. Call Itranch (mice. my!7 3i*
ALAMKDA KOOMS WAMKD.
THREE ROOMS. FURNISHED OR PARTLY
furnished. C. E. D., 15US Leavenwortb St., San
Francisco. niy!7 3t»
l-HOFIiKTY WANTED.
©OAAATO 53500 — COTTAGE WANTED-
OUUV jsooca»h: balance monthly. Address
K. 8., Box lt;u. Call Branch office. my 17 7t*
WANTED-ABOUT 15 ACRES Or LAND NEAR
tv county lino: in San Francisco or San Mate .
counties: Miitai.le ror a dairy. Address L. OKSTER-
REICHEK, 503 California st. myl" 3t
STOCK WANTEa
V\ r SIMON HAS 550.000 TO BUY STOCKS OF
•i . clothing, boots aud shoes, dry goods or jew-
elry; all business confidentially dealt with Send
postal card. 2021 Mlsmoii Bt. m>'7 ly
W D-MISCELXANEOUs!
\\TANTEI>-UOOD RELIABLJE HORSE IN PART
" payment-for a piano, to be selected from one of
the most reliable piano houses In the city. Address
J. W., Box 114, Cw.l. Branch Ollice. iny7 tf
JSI.\VI.N<i AIACHINES.
SEWING MACHINES FOR SALE AND HlS-
paired. W. B. lIIGGINS. 828 Hayes St. mr4 tf
<£••_>£: NEW YUKK OR HELPMATE; BRAND
<JpOU. new; latest; best for $35; all kinds repaired;
rented cheap. J. L. HICKS. 667 Mission, mrl tf
FINANCIAL. .
r TO 7 per cent. beforemortgaging your
«J property see J. L. ISAACS.4II O'Farrell. in 15 4*
llfl CENTS A DAY WILL ACCUMULATE $1000
£.\J in le« than seven yean Invested In the Repub-
lic Savings, Building aud Lean Association 6"4
Market st myll tt
SifiOO 001) TO LOAN AT LOWEST MAS-
dJItJUU.UUIf Itet rates on city and country real
estate. any amounts. SCUULLER. 420 Caliruruia.tr
CAKPKXTKKS AKD J{tJII.DEIt9.
J_',T' A WI - ENOEI "ARPENTEK ANbTjUILbERT
O . tlll» Sacramento st; cabinet work and fitting uu
offices promptly attended to; telephone DOS mlolt
. . __
.r.:- : i-osT. *;
OST— SPLIT-NOSE SETTER "iSoiji wiTH~COU-
I lar and tag No. 468. Finder will please return
and receive reward at French liquor-store. 316
Fifth st u»
KY-TERRIER DOG; NAME "JIP"; LICENSE
tag No 1215. Return to 619 \alencia st, and
receive *5 reward. myl7 -'*
LOST, MAY 13-WHITEFOX-TERP.IER BITCH.
Suitable reward if returned to Seventeenth and
Kureka sts. my 17 3t*
LOST, AT OK NEAR THE ELITE PHOTOGRAPH
Gallery, a lady's gold pin. $20 will be p Id for
its return to 515 Leavenworth st. It*
LOST— PAIR GOLD-RIMMED EYE-OLASSTCS.
Return 920 O'Farrell st.: receive reward. It*
ST. BERNARD BITCH. RETURN TO C. E.
MAYNE. 322 Montg'y, receive liberal reward.l6 3
1 N- NEIGHBORHOOD OF NEVADA BLOCK, ON
J- hair of a promissory note. Finder will please ro-
tnrn to Room 16. Nevada Block. mylC at*
MAY 13TH— A POCKET-HOOK CONTAIN INii
very large sum ot money. Return to 222 Bitch
Et and receive $50 reward. myl6 3t*
LOST— ON WEDNESDAY A PARROT. Finder re-
turn to SOB Sixteenth; liberal reward. lti 3t* '
LOST— A PASSBOOK WITH THE HIBERNIA
-U Savings and Loan Society ot San Francisco in
iiamo ofJCATHERINE C. PRENDERGAST. No.
10i.1.'1. The flnder win please return to Hank. 15 5*
T,"^ T A I'ASS-Booli. WITH THE HIiIURNIA
JJ Savings and Loan Society of San Frauds o lu
the name of JOHN NOON AN: No. 1 681 270 " Tho
liuder will please return to bank. myl4 st*
THK S. F. COLLATERAL LOAN BANK. sii
J- Kearny st,, lends money at 2 per cont per mouta
on watches, diamonds anil leweirv. ia^o 6:11
~ KOU.M)"
]7<OUND-»20 IN GOLD BY PURCHASING"" A
1 merchant tailor-made dress suit for «20-. iner-
SiV^iiffU 1 I>rlcc ' 40 - ORIGINAL MISFIT
( I.OIHING PARLORS, coruer Post and Dupont
x'IANOS. VIOLINS. KTC\
(U«/»," 7-OCTAVE PIANO; SPLENDID TONE
«33U<J. a»d finish; McNeil maker. W. (i.
BADGER, 725 Market St. myl7 7t
<Cl7£» 7-OCTAVE UPRIGHT PIANO; CAV
i[)l I not be told rrom uew; French make
W. G. BADGER, 725 Market st. myl7 7i .
C- i )t\f\ 7 ! j -OCTAVE PIANO; NEW; KNABK
tS)^i\J\J. maker. Vi'. G. BADGER, 725 Market
street my 17 7t
1 PARLOR GRAND, NEW, FOR LESS THAN
1 half Its cost; Steinway .t Sons makers. VV. G.
P.ADGER, 725 Market st, History Building, ground
floor. inyl7 7t
1 (HI ELEGANT SQUARE ROSEWOOD
tjplUU. piano; cost^SOO. 371Mlnnast 17 7t«
QCHUKEKT PIANOS; REMOVAL TO THKIR
O elegant store, 410 McAuisiiT St., near City U.ill.
JAMES KELFFE, sole agent myl6 7; •
EXTRA FINE UPRIGHT PIANO; SPECIAL BAR-
galn for caah. 344 McAllister st. myls si*
fTHE ONLY ONE CHANCE IN SAN FRANCISCO
1 to buy a new piano at agents' prices. Call and
see what we have to offer; you win tiud it to your
advantage. F. W. SPENCER & CO.. 723 Marl st,
second floor. mylltf
IEI.NWAY PARLOR GRAND AN D STEINWAY
O Upright; both 111 good order; bargains, F. W.
SPENCER .v CO., 723 Market, second floor, my 14 tf_
EIGHT NEW PIANOS OF LEADING HAKES
at surprisingly low prices to close consignment
V. W. SPENCEi: it CO., 723 Market st, second
floor. ni) 14 tt
QJUC KMERSON PIANO FOR SALE ON S5
<pOU. permunth. Call 213 Powell st n.yl4 7t
C[C n SQUARE PIANO, GOOD CONDITION; Ni;\Y
tPUVJ pianos on installments. FAY, 1729 Mission.
|>ARE CHANCE ON ACCOUNT O F REMOVAI
J V KOHLER * CHASK, 137 Post it, will give bar-
galns lu pianos and organs. mylltf
MAG N 1 FICENT UPRIGHT CABINET GRAND;
great saenrice. 822 Valencia st. myll't*
T AKGE STOCK (IF PIANOS, NEW AND SECOND
-Lj hand; Hallett * Davis, Knabe, Cntckeriug,
opera. Shouluger Antlsell, Vose, etc. ; installments
or <*-;li; a rare chance for bargain-hunters; all
Suaranteed. Odd Fellows' Hall, Seveuth and
larket. myll tf
BARGAINS IN SECOND-HAND PIANOS AT
KOHLER A CHASE'S, 137 Post st au24 tf
DECKER BROS.' MATCHLESS PIANO.I.
KOHLER & CHASE, 137 Post St. au24 tf
HAI.LET it DAVIS AND KIMHAI.L PIANO AND
Organ Agency. W. (i. BALHiEU. 725 Market st.tt
PIAMOS; VARIOUS MAKES: HALF-PRICE:
A easy terms, at STATHAM'S. I3aa Market my2tf
1/OR STEINWAY, KILA.NICH ft BACH. KOB-'
■I nlsch. Gablerpianoa, M. GRAY CO., 20tl Post 25tt
BAND INSTRUMENTS, PACKARD ORGANS.
sheet music. SI. GRAY CO., l!06 Post st 25 tf
OTEOK. HARDMAN. VOSE AND STERLINU
0 pianos sold on $10 monthly installments. BENJ.
CURTAZ a SON, sole agents. 20 O'Farrell st au7;t
IT W. SPENCER* CO., AGENTS CHICKERINCJ
• A- Sons, Conover 8r09., Colby and Opera pianos.
723 Market st. History Building, second Boor. 2o tf
YKQN MAUZY. AGENT SOHMER, HALLETT.*
Cumston. Kewby Jt Evans. 308 Post mrH:Kt
THE BANCROFT COMPANY, 721 MARKET ST..
Role agents for the Miller. Bennlng. Stultz& Bauer
and Km Ulnanu pianos anil iirst-cliiss orga'is. fe!4 tf
*Olt SALK-.M ISIKLLAMiOi:^ '
fTo^SE7I9tTASH~AVE.) FOITsAJLET^iriJEITBr
J-J- moved. my 17 7t»
TVTEATI.Y MADE WOODEN FENCE FOK SALE.
1> Apply at 388 Dolores st. iny!7 Sl*
COMPLETE OUTFIT FOR CANDY - STORE;
; cheap. Apply J. NOONAN, 1017 to 1023 Mls-
slou St. my!7 3t
I'NGLISH "MASTIFF DOG: GOOD WATCHER;
-i fond ot children. Call or ailiiress H. SCHREI-
BER, 615 Third st. my 1 7 3t«
LACKSMITH TOOLS, PORTABLE FOKGK, OLD
X) wagons, etc 1920 Filbert; make offer. m!7 _■;
FRESH MILCH-COW FOR SALE. SEVENTH
■ ave. and Point Lobos road. my 3t*
1 f\(} FOLDINGCHAIRS FOR SALE. 22 THIRD
±\J\J street. lnyl6 4t*
ri'WO FRESH COWS; THIRD CALF; MUST BB
Isold. 1141 Valencia St. myls 31*
1 DURHAM COW FOR SALE. 7 SANCHEZ
street. my!s 4t«
FRAME BUILDINIi. 2 STORES. 6 ROOMS
abovo, to be removed June Ist. Apply at prern-
lBfs, 1800 Market st. myl4 7t«
AIL-BOAT FOR SALECHEAP. INQUIRE (OK.
Missouri and Santa Clara its., Potrero. m> 12 7t*
I>AINTER'S OUTUT FOK SALE. INQUIRE 53
X Fourth st iuy!2 8t»
GAS FIXTURES OF ALL kinds VERY CHEAP.
HUFSCHMIDT, 637 Clay St. Iny9 3m
REAM OR MILK DELIVERED AT AGNEWS.
I Narrow nauge. Box 488, Santa Clara. in ,4 tf
SHEPARDS FOOT AND POWER LATHES.
HICKS, agent. 667 Mission st. se27 tl
TVTEW AND SECOND-HAND SAFES. MIGHELL
XI 6l RICHARDS, cor. Bush and Market sta. oil) \im
SAFE. SCALE, LETTER-PRESS, STORE TRUCK
Oand money-till cheap. 102 Clay st au2S 12m
La"rgis second-hand fTke-fkoof sake
for sale^heap. 42 Main st tnr3o tt
SECOND-HAND BOILERS, ENGINES, PUMPSJ
O shafting, pulleys, I»e!tin2. water piped, etc. .U->
INTOSH A WOI.I'MAN. 1.{7 He.ili- n. ile4 tf
iiL.Mi.yrs,
TTEAUTIFciTiET *7 ; PAINLESS EXTRACTIN"g
JJ 50c; gold plates; bridge work; crowns; Dlllngs;
all at lowest rates. DR. C. A. PERU 8 Mason
street dej tf
DR. THOMAS U HILL, ODDFELLOWS' BUILI>
Ing: omce honrs. 9 to 5. ap2l ejd
DK 11EA. 923 MARKET, EXTRACTS- TEET3
for 60c; with sas for $1; open evenings, se!4;t
GROOME DENTAL ASSOCIATION. 759 JIAK-
\J ket, gas specialists: only safe aud reliable anaes-
thetic in use: simple, harmless, pleasant aud sure;
artificial teeth from *7 per set; hliiug from $1; ei-
traiung, &0c: with gas, $1. my9 12m
ALL NEWSPAPERS HAD LONG ARTICLES IX
/\ them stating that the insane asylums are full ot
people who took gas ouly once for painless tooth at-
lmctlnn and went crazy My secret painless metbol
la wouderfui. By its use any dental operaUoa m.%y
be done painlessly. Will forfeit $100 for auy toota
that I cannot extract without sleep or gaa, evsa
though a doieu dentists have failed to extract it
All operations done better than elsewhere, sluca I
have seven first prues for beautiful milugs, plate
and crown work. There are 5 Leek dentists. o.tlca
open till 9:30 p. u- Sundays till i r. u. Dlt
UiiOKOE W. LEEK. 6 O'Farrell st oc9 tt
AFLLLSETOF TEETH FOR »7 FILLINGS a:
lowest prices; work warranted DR. J. W. k.-.I
841 Market at. opu. Baldwin. aulJ it
DR. & H. WILSON, DENTIST,! W5 NAKKISt
»t. het Flfih Slsth. up p. M.v<oiu detS tf
DR. CASSILLV 'S PAINLESS DENTAL
rooms, '.'O2 Fourth st: best teeth $4 to $7: ex-
tractlng or filling 25c._to f1 ; half price to poor.aB tf
pOLTON DENTAL ASSOCIATION".io6 stARKET
VJ st. (Phelan Building); gas specialists; positively
extract teeth without paia: ouly offlc* that makes
and gives the celebrated "Colton Gas"; 30.000 ref.
erencos; established 1863; all itlons In dentistry
performed. DR. CH ARLB3 W. DItCKBR. fe7 tl
DK. A. LUDLUM HILL, 1443 SaRKSCT ST.. Hr.r?
Tenth and Eleventh; no charge for exlraetln?
wlien plates are made; old plates made over Ilka
pew; teeth from fti per set; extracting 50<\ n:l tt
Cjj7 A SET FOR TEETH; WARKAN A3
«F I good as can be made: nllliu *l. DR. SIMMS,
«lentlst it;;o Market »t .i.e't llal.iwln Thrator.ocl tf
LK<;.4l. MOTI«
NTHK i SUPERIOR ' CODRtToF THBtUTY A N I.)
County of San Francisco, State of Californi.i —
Department No. (>.
lu the matter of HKNKY R. COLEMAN and AL-
BKRT GRUNINGEU (copartners dolagbnalimi un-
dertlienrui name or COLEMAN A- I.KININUKH.
anil as tSKUvldnala), insolvent debtors.
ALBERT GRUNINGER, an Insolvent debtor, hav-
ing applied to this court for a ulscharge from his
drbts, Individually and as a copartner with said
HENRY H. COLEMAN, and from all the debts of
stiid copartnership firm of COLEMAN i ORUNIN-
GRR;
It is hereby ordered that the clerk of this court
givo notice to all creditors who have proved their
debts to appear before this court, at the court-room
thereof, on the 26th day of May, IS9O, at ihe hour
of 10 o'clock A. ii., and show cause, if auy they
have, why the said ALBERT I'KI'NINGEK sh..tiid
not be discharged from all his debt*, Individually
and as a copartner with said HENRY R. COLBMAN,
and from all the debts of said copartnership firm of
COLEMAN GKUNINGI.K.Iu accordance with the
statutes Id stich cases made aud provided.
It Is further ordered that notice of said applica-
tion be given to the creditors by mall, and by pub-
lication once a week for four successive iveeks In
the Daily Mornino Call, a newspaper published
in .-aid City and County or Sau Fraucbco.
1 Dated April 23. ISf 0. D. J. MURPHY, '
l*resldlug Judge of the Superior Court
Atte t: „„ Wu.A.DAVjS3.CIerk.
By John H. Ilarney, Deputy Clerk. in3 Sa 4t '
IN THE SUPERIOR COCKT OF THE CITY AND
A County of San FrancLsco. State of California-
Department No. 6.
In the matter of HENRY R. COLEMAN and AL-
BEKT OKUNINGER (copartners doing business
under the firm name of COLEMAN * GKUNINGER
and as Individuals), insolvent debtors
HENRY K. COLEMAN, an insolvent debtor, hav-
ing applied to this court for a discharge from his
debts, ludlvMualiy and a. a copartner with said
ALHIiRT GRUNINGER. aud from all the de'.ts ot
said copartnership llrm of COLEMAN Jt UKUN-
IN d h*R ;
1 1 is hereby ordered that the Clerk of this court
give notice to all creditors who have proved their
debts to appear before this court, at the court-room
thereof, on the 26th day of May, 1890, at the hour
of 10 o'clock a. m., and show cause. It any they
have, why the said HENRY K. COLK.MAN should
, not be discharged from all his debts. Individually
and as a copartner with sail ALBERT GKU-
NINGER, and from ail the ilebts of said copartner-
ship firm or COLEMAN b GUONINUEH, In ac-
cordance with the statutes tu such cases made aud
provided.
It Is further ordered that notice of said appllcv
tlon be given to the creditors by mall, and by publi-
cation once a week tor 4 weeks In the Dailv
Miiii.MNo Call, a newspaper published in said
City and County of Sau Francisco.
Dated April a3, 1890. D. J. MURPHY.
Presiding Judge of the Superior Court
Attest: ~ „ wm. a. Davik*. Clerk.
By John H. Harney, Deputy Cleric my3 Sa4t

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