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THE MORNING CALL Has a larger circulation than any other newspaper miMUlicil In Son Francisco. POTB__JCA«W> X OFFICE: «55 Montgomery street, near Clay, open nntil 11 oVloc. r x. MIANCH OFFICES: 710 Market Uriel near Kearny. open until IS o'clock midnight; "P ii-ives street, open until 0:30 o'clock: 003 lirkln street, open until 8-..0 Clock, and _____ UiSSIoL street, Open Until 0 o'clock p. n, SIItSI'KII'TION HATES: rAIT.V CALL (incluillii!* Sundays), SH per year by rail. postpaid: IE cento per week, or 65 cents per calendar month through carriers. DAILY CALL, live copies three months. ¥6 26. st'M>AY CALL (twelve pages), *1 60 per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL anl WKEKLY CALL If 2 50 per year, postpaid. « I_EKLY CALL (eight pages), $.1 25 per year, post* I -id. Clubs or ten (sent to one address), $10. SPECIAL NOTICE FOB THE SU.tIMEU MONTHS. scrlliers who Intend coin? to the country dur li summer tlis can have THE DAILY CALL Balled to them for a week or longer at regular suie tiiil tiieii rates, 15c per week. Dive order to carrier i i'ei ml to business olf.ce. A Y ( TION sales TO,- DA Y. Ri ,i Estate.— Ky E. Vf. Woodward A. Co., at Lorin Heights, Berkeley, at _ o'cioek. YVEATIIEK PREDICTIONS. Signal Service. 0. S. Ansrv,' Division "i the Pacific. I Sax Fbaxcisco. September '-'ii. 1880. I 6 i*. Pacific time. J Synopsis for tbe Fast Twenty-four Hours. _ he barometer Is highest en the Washington coast ami lowest In Southeastern Calirornia; the tempera ture lias generally risen In all districts excipt East ern Oregon'and Eastern Washington, where It has fallen slightly: ttie weather has been fair except light rains at Fresno, Keeler, Carson City and Laker City. Forecast Till 8 P. M. Saturday. For Northern California— Pair weather, except light rains nt Sacramento, Fresno and Keeler; south to west winds; stationary temperature, except cooler it San Francisco, Sacramento and Ked Bluff. For Southern California— Fair weather, except light rata at Los Angeles; winds generally westerly: nearly stationary temperature, except cooler at Los Angeles. For Oregon— Fair weather, except light rain at linker City; north tee west winds: nearly stationary teniperature..exeept cooler at Cortland. For Washington— Fair weather: me:tii to west winds; nearly stationary temperature, except slightly wanner In s:,ts eastern portion. For Western Nevada— Fair weather in the north* crn port "!:: local rains In the southern portion; variable winds; nearly stationary temperature. John I*. 1-1N I, IV, Lieutenant Signal Corps I in charge). THE CALL'S CALENDAR. sicrnuLßEß, 1890. ' Sn. Bl.' T. »'. It* F. _ Moon's Phases. pi ' 3 1 * 5 6 ff*t Sept. sth. '-— - — -a-' Lust Quarter. 7 8 9 10 11 12 IS __ . : — 1 i — i (fSi, Sept. i::rlL 11 15 11 17 18 19 20 '& New Moon. 21 2.' 93 '-: 25 26 27 ,_ Sept. -Jit. — 1 j \J> First Quarter. •JS ll!) 30\ . . - 1 A?, sept 2Stb. | (JO Full Moon. •6£TtJs ui_*%^&a'S*Sffi« "SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 27. ISM NOTICE! Any of oar patrons who fail to find THE MORNING CALL for sale. by train-boys will confer a favor by noti fying this office of the fact, naming the date, and train. TBE HEAL DEMOCRACY. A good deal of speculation is taking place In San Francisco relative to the action of the so-rallcd "Reform Democrats." Some of the nominations which have been made are' very good, and we have no doubt the inten tion is to place before the voters of the city the names of men who can be supported with perfect . confidence in their integrity. ■ There is, however, danger that tho com pleti d ti'ket ou a critical examination will b_ l. Nt to contain the names of some Buckley C ::.-.'. lates, lor Instance, Supervisors. It is Qsclrnto urge that a ge nd Mayor can do .-vervthing. He may not countenance frauds, tipt vi i'.h Buckley's lambs as Supervisors the City ay be plundered. Buckley is now virtually defeated, lor few voters are will ing to support candidates who are under- Btood to be placed in nomination through the influence of the buss, hence he can only suc ceed by stealth. If Buckley can induce the "Reform Democrats" by hook or by crook to nominate a certain number of his instru ments for Supervisors, they may be elected. So, if he find- any cf his lambs as candidates on the s.me ticket for other offices, be will strive, to have them elected. To those per sons who have carefully watched the doings of political conventions it is tot necessary to any that with tlie best intentions bad men I- ty be nominated. If the "Keform Demo its" nominate all through a good ticket, i. .en who can be relied upon, that wing of the party will at cv.c,- become the ruling element in the Democratic party in San Piaucisco. ___________________ A LITILE EXAGGERATION. in his address to ibe National Prison Con gress, hold at Cincinnati on Thursday, ex- President Hayes dwelt at considerable length on the crimes which are inspired by cu pidity and carried out by fraud. Probably Intentionally the ex-President drew so dark a picture of the morals of the well-to do class of society that the impression left on tbe mind of those who listened to him must L.i\e been that every one, or nearly every one. who is a leader in commerce, or in dustry, or finance, or enterprise is a rascal, and tf.at virtue's only refuge nowadays Is in tlio bosom of the poor. There must surely be- some exaggeration here. •■ 7- 7 Success in business does not necessarily imply knavery in him who achieves it. On the contrary, one of the essential conditions el success is the command' of friends and .allies— whom it is difficult for a knave to acquire and still more difficult tei retain. Rogues do sometimes succeed, make fortunes : ml rise to high position; but they rise in spite of their moral obliquity, simply be cause their intellectual power is too great to be defeated by their lack of principle. A man who is known to he a knave, regard less of truth or probity, is handicapped in bis dealings with his fellow-men; nobody trusts hlin ; no one wants to deal with him; 1 very one gives him a wide berth for fear of being cheated. The growth -of commerce and industry .ml tlie development of high finance have oieaied opportunities for crime which did bpt exist when .society was in its primitive stage. Among the thousands who partici pate in this development there are sure to be some who will avail themselves of these |e,i rttiuiti... But they constitute a very small proportion of tlio whole. The mis fortune is that the crimes of those who do go wrong are published fur and wiilo, while the honesty of those who tread in the path of uprightness is never noticed. If a cashier goes off to Canada with the funds of . his bank the world throws up its hands in horror and philosophers dil-ite on tiie roguery of financiers, forgetting that for one defaulting cashier there are thousands who do not default, but who lead modest lives in small salaries and account for every penny which passes through their bands. It will not do to generalize too rashly. *IBE WoIt.TKI. INDUSTRY. A free-trade contemporary cites the. fact that a worsted manufacturer in Rhode Island has made a comfortable fortune in 'fiflten years as a reason why duties ou for eign worsted should rather be reduced than increased. This ProvideDce manufacturer. Mr. Fletcher by name, is reputed to be an especially good manager, an 1 it is admitted that his success has been exceptional. In the . business of Wuo.eu manufacture % - machinery plays such an important part that an isolated case of ability to compete with foreign manufactuiers is only indicative of what may be done under the moat favor able* conditions. Possibly Mr. Fletcher bad the exclusive ; use of patent- which enabled him to dispense with a percentage of human labor. : Possibly he had some secret in the '. way of dyes which enabled him to produce better goods by i the ordinary process than bis American competitors. :. There are a few ' instances in New England mills whose products are in constant demand at remu nerative prices/while fa ureal many other mill, are losing money. >Th is fact indicates that under favorable conditions the worsted industry : may : be ! made ; profitable in this country. Instead of reducing the duties be cause one exceptionally successful manu facturer made money at the business, let us make the duties sufficient to warrant . the in vestments which In time will put the do mestic manufacturers on their feet. IXDIGNAXT HIGH-SCHOOL : girls The senior class of the Girls' High School is justly indignant at tin insinuation in the Chronicle of Friday to the effect that "within the past few' months the presence of the Chinese den in the vicinity has made itself apparent among the pupils in the senior and middle grades of the Gills' High School." The fact of the existence of the Chinese den is not denied, but the young ladies attending the school have not been otherwise affected than by the presence of a nuisance. The article which has wounded the feelings of the young ladies does not state that one of them has ever visited the den. The den makes a pretense of being a fancy-goods stor.', but under cover of this sign a gambling-place is being conducted. We presume the object of our contemporary was to call the attention of the police to the character of the den, but this object might have been accomplished without an intima- tion unsupported even by its own statement tint the contamination of the place had ex tended to the higher classes of the Girls' High School. But the police should do their duty in the matter without a day's delay. XII MORMONS. Wo copy below some remarks by WUford Woodruff, President of the Mormon Church, repudiating polygamy, which, it is hoped, will lend to a settlement of a troublesome question. But it will not do to place too much confidence in the assurance that the disturbing element is disposed of, for this is not tin' first time publication lias been made to the effect that the Mormons had given up polygamy: We are not teaching polygamy or plural mar* liases, nor are we permitting any person to enter Into its practice. • • * Inasmuch as laws have been enacted oy Congress prohibiting plural marriages, wbleh laws have been pronounced constitutional by the com t or last lesort, I do hereby dcclaio my intention to submit to these laws, ami to use my Influence will) tbe members of the church over which I preside to have them do likewise. * * * My advice to the Latter day Saints is: rain from contracting any marriage foi bidden by the law ol Ihe laud. It is a pity the Mormons did not reach these conclusions long ago. They would have saved the nation some trouble anil themselves much obloquy. Several years «_:<> Joseph Smith founded a sect of reformed Mo; mons who repudiated polygamy. They settled chiefly in Illinois, but a branch of them located in Southern California. They have never been molested on the ground of their religion and their conduct has conformed to the marriage lav. 3 of the States in which they live. The attempt to establish polygamy in tie- United States will be classed as one of the most curious ci isodes in our history. That institution has always prevailed among bar barous nations; but it never survived con tact with civilization, ln Greece and Home, no one had more than one lawful wife, and though the Moslem dcctrine authorizes a man to take four, the privilege has not been claimed except ley persons of wealth and authority. Monogamy is dictated by the simple fact that in every country in the world the numbers of the sexes are about equal. It has alwajs been assumed that the Mormons wen led to adopt polyeamv from sensual motives ; but it is likely one cause for the aberration was a desire to procure cheap labor. A Mormon's wives were his slaves, toiled for him in the field without wages, and enabled him to convert a wilder ness into a girden. N. unequal an arrangement as this was certain to expire when the female children of plural marriages grew to womanhood; instinct was sure to prompt each girl to insist on a husband who should be hers and hers only. But the Moimon question com plicated itself in this country wiih political difficulties. The Mormons of Ulah were mostly aliens in thought and temper; if they had been numerous enough during the war they would have giveL trouble. After the war Congress passed a series of laws to regulate marriages ; hence some complica tions have resulted. '■'.■'" '"■! - THE 1883 BOND BUSINESS. The Alta says The Call attacks Mr. Pond for his action as Supervisor in ish3. 1 HE Call has nut attacked Mr. Pond for hi- action in 1883^ unless a statement of ad mitted facts can be construed as an attack. The Buckley morning organ allowed an in discreet young ; man to say that Mr. Pond extricated the city from the financial trouble in which it found itself at that time. Tnr. Call informed the young man and re minded the better informed of the readers of the Buckley organ that Mr. Pond's method of extrication was a bond issue and Mayor Bartletl's a collection of debts due the city. The Call is responsible for the statement, but Mr. Pond is responsible for the facts. The circumstance that The Call spoke well of Mr. Pond at that time may he ac cepted as indicative of purpose on our part to uphold a new administration which prom ised well. Theaffalisof the city had been shamefully mismanaged, and the election of Mayor Bartlett was regarded as affording a hone of relief. We found Mr. Pond doing work in conjunction with the Mayor and we gave him such credit as we thought he de served. Ail this has nothing to do with the question now presented, as to whether the Buckley nominee for Governor should be elected. Mr. Pond is using the reputation he made in bis first years of service to con tinue Mr. Buckley in power. The Call believes that the overthrow of Buckley is the necessary preliminary step to the estab lishment of good government and regards as a minor incident the necessity ol over throwing Mr. Pond at the same time. NO MOKE STILL HUNTS." The result of the Maine election has con vinced the leaders of the Democratic party that the method of campaign known as " still hunt " is not adapted to the doctrines of the party. In this they are evidently right. The -till hunt*' method implies personal exchange of views between mem bers of the two parties. The part)* making the " sliil limit " will give a voter a certain district to canvass. . This voter interviews a hundred, more or less, of the voters of the other party and reports their political pro clivities. A portion he reports us open to argument; to these documents are sent; especial pains are taken to get them to at tend the meetings of lhe opposing party. They are perhaps appealed to by men of influence in the interest of the party making the " still hunt." 11 four or fire voters can be governed in this way out of each hundred, the election will indicate a tidal wave in favor of that party. Bat a party to make a " still hunt " successfully must have ideas, principles and policies. It must advocate something which appeals to the masses of voters. Its agents must be able to show how an application of its principles to pub lic policies will benefit the people. If a party cannot convince unprejudiced voters that it purposes" a policy which, if carried out, will work bitter results than the measure of the other part}-, its " still hunt " will be a failure, 'lh.it is why the Demo crats failed in Jlaine. They would have (loin- better if they had spent their money in torchlight parade. Tn_S OllA.\eli_ KAltl lIQIJAK.E. The earthquake in Nicaragua will take no one by surprise. Its location is precisely where earthquakes of great severity are ex pected to occur, In the central portion of the State of Nicaragua there is a remark able depression, the average elevation of the bind being only about 100 feet above the sea. Most of this hollow, lying between the Pacific Coast Range and the Cordillera of the Andes, is covered by lakes Nicaragua and Managua; but on the western border of these ruus a chain of mountains whose peaks are still in the volcanic stage. Twelve of them have been counted and christened. All are normally quiescent, but all are liable to burst into activity.' In is:!.", one of them, Cosequinn, vomited lava and ashes for four days without cessation; some of the latter fell in Jamaica and at Bogota in booth America. In 1883 there was an eruption at tepee In : Lake Nicaragua, and fields which had been cultivated from lime .im memorial were buried under a heavy cover of lava. '"' 7.'" '".":'... '..',' -'7* .' ..'.•' 'One may conjecture that, in the . work of creation, this great hollow— is 300 miles long— was by some accident prevented from rising to the level ; ol the adjacent country, and. that tbe crust of the earth is thinner THE MORNING CALL, SAN 7 FRANCISCO. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 27. 1800-EIGHT PAGES. there than elsewhere. The volcanic chain relieves the level plain from the pressure from below, the craters serving as . safety valves. The theories which , scientific men formed on the phenomena of the Charleston earthquake imply that whenever, from some unknown cause, the internal forces which play under the surface of the earth acquire unusual energy they shake the crust at the point of least resistance, and go on disturb ing it until they find a vent through some volcanic crater. Applying this theory to the Granada earthquake, we have to infer that it will continue until it is relieved by an eruption from the volcano Mombacho ; and this, in fact, is what the Nicaraguitns expect and dread. It Is to he hoped that no phenomena of this order will ever occur to destroy or seri ously injure the Nicaragua Canal. Still,' in that part of the world, earthquakes and volcanic eruptions are to be expected, and it will he well for the builders of the canal to guard against accidents from those causes. The destruction of a few locks by earth quake or the filling up of the canal with scoria from a volcano might prove a seri ous injury to commerce, and would certainly hurt the business of the canal. Earthquakes can neither be foreseen nor prevented; but machinery may be provided In advance to repair any damage which they would be likely to inflict. EDITORIAL NOTES. Speaker Reed's declaration that Congress would probably adjourn by the Ist of October may after ail be realized. The chief work of the session lias been llie solution of the tariff prob lem, which now looks something like an ac complished fact. Next to tins lv Importance comes the silver law, which provides for Hie purchase of 4,500,000 ounces of silver monthly aud the coluage of 2.000,000 ounces. The anti trust law makes unlawful " every contract or combination In the form of trust or otherwise conspiracy in restraint of trade." The customs administration law has already bad a beneficial effect on the revenue. The pi Incipal purls ol the country aie to be fortified In accordance with a web-defined plan of defense, and liue-tif-battlo ships will produce an lncieased feeling of security. Soldiers and sailors of the late war. Incapacitated from the pet mance of manual labor, have beeu placed upon the pension roll. An tfloit has been made to luciease the efficiency of the army, new maritime regulations have been set In force, encouragement lias been given to agricultural and mechanical colleges, new Stales have been admitted to the Union, Oklolioma has been made a Territory, and the usual appropriation bibs and oilier measures of Importance have been passed. The record of ibe flrst session of the Fifty-first Congress will soon be completed and submitted for popular approval. Such gatherings as the recent Medical Coir grass at Benin result lv the dissemination of In formation beneficial to mankind. That there is need for such Information may be gathered from tidings just received from Europe. Vaccine vims is veiy expensive in Kussia. and for eco nomic lease. - the physicians take the virus fioin the wounds of vaccinated children and use it on the aims ol others thereby Imparting hereditary taints to little Innocents, It Is now proposed to prohibit this practice by law. The use of bovine virus obviates tins danger. Then from the cbolera-lulested region comes the an nouncement that ln Valencia a physician had been iatally stabbed with a stiletto lv tbe back; at Hogente another had his head spill In two by au liifmlated woman: while a third was killed uear Lerdo by an angry mob; the assigned cause being hostility to necessary sanitaiy and precau tionary legulations. In futuie International conflicts tbe balloon is bound to play au Important pa it, as recent ex periment* In Europe demonstrate. During the late maneuvers of the Russian army a balloon with a dummy aeronaut was sent up at the Oust-IJora camp and allowed io float 000 feet frora tie ground, three cables held by men in sheltered positions keeping its movements under control. A battery then opened lite on the sup posed observer, first single shots to get the range and then ln salvos. live of which were dis charged befoie the" balloon was bit. When struck It slowly descended, lt was estimated that the damage could be repaired lv half an hour and the balloon sent up again. The balloon is now being utilized lv actual warfare by the Hutch in their operations against the Achlnese. While Ibe Naval Oidnance Works at Wash ington have been turning out some flue guns for lhe new cruisers the Watervliet Arsenal has not been Idle. Tbe new 10- inch breach-loading i i.e. lecenlly tested, was the first of tbat caliber turned oUt by tbe War Department, ll weighs iweniy-uluo tons. The lube and jacket were puiciia* ed from Wbllwortb. in England, aud the hoops and breech mechanism are of American steel, the work or finishing and assembling hav ing been done at the arsenal. The depai tmeul Intends logo ahead and build more like It. What an advantage it would be II such guns could be turned out at Benlcla. _ Tbe possibilities of the telephone for the pur pose of recitation and amusement aie being teal ized. Recently, a fashionable audience at the Giauel Union Hotel, Saratoga, listened over the telephone to the perfoimauce of Strauss' band at I!, i- Madison-square (lumens, and every note as well as the ai plauso was distinctly noted. 1 he guests of a re.ldeiit of Moirlstown, _.. J., were also enleilamed with the same music, which was utilized with Increased pleasure by those who enjoyed dancing. No doubt the lime Is nigh when the choicest musical selection will be leeled oil by the hour for an evening's enter tainment. The discussions of the State Horticultural So ciety show that the old hap-baz.trd method of cultivation In California must give way to tbe de mands of pi ogress. When crops can be doubled at comparatively trifling eipen«e It will lint do to trust tv the natural fertility of the soil. Cai.ifokma glace fruit, Hoc lb. Townsend's.* Visit Gettysburg Panorama, Market & 10th.* Peaks' Is tne purest and best Soap ever made.* Legacies to Relatives.— The will of John C. Diefleubacber was tiled for probate yesterday ■ By Us provisions proieity woith $20,000 Is di vided equally between two brotbeis, a sister, niece and daughter. i See Townsend's caudles manufactured at the fair. ••'.--- - ■ ■ . " ■:.'-!-.■ ,-\r"r\- r ■ ■.-;•_--■; For Smoking Opium.— Judge I.awler bas sen tenced (ieorge Norton, alias O'Neill, an opium fiend, to serve sixty days in llie House of Correc tion for smoking opium. The prisoner has pre viously served a lei in In Ibe County Jail for the same offense. Special attention given to the lamp depart* ment at Nathan, Doln'iiiauii&Ci>.,l24-130 Sutler.* Endowment Associations in Peril.— torney-Ueneial Johnson has authorized quo warranto pioceedlng against several endowment associations. If lhe complaints are successful the result will be a lorfeltuie of the franchises of Hie associations. __ _7."-" Two pounds cream mixed candles. In Japanese baskets, only BOc. Townsend's, 627 MarKet street. Palace Hotel. ,'.* , Dr. Carman's Estate.— Application for let ters of administration was filed yesterday by William Carman on tbe estate of his sister, Annie E. Carman, consisting of a half Interest In lhe es tate of ber her, Dr. Carman, whicli is now In piocess of administration. . Saturday Lecture.— Mrs. Caroline M. Severance speaks ai the parlors of tbe Women's Educational and Industrial Union, 427 Suiter street, at 2:301*. M. Subject: " Reminis cences of Ihe New England Women's Club." Mrs. Severance was the first i'resldeut ot that club. ■■-■■-_ ■ He Will Be Tried in Oiirgon.— W. J. Lee, attested In Alameda on Die charge of hav ing opened a letter at Ashland, Oregon, contain lue a pension draft, which lie cashed, was re manded to the custody of Hie Oregon officials by Judge Hoflman yesterday afternoon. Iti-muT.l- M. instli. rile r's l.lojfant New Hat-Store. M. Meussdorfler, the well-Known hatter, who has occupied the corner of Bush and Montgom ery streets for the past iweuty-one years, bas removed lo his new quarters, 113 Montgomery siieet, opposite the Occidental Hotel, which has been opened Willi Ibe largest assortment of the finest hats. Friends and tbe public at large are respectfully Invited. * . -. SticerMMarully lie-|.-ii I. ' Astley Johnson, a hustler in the employ of Brandenstein & Co., was kicked on the head by a vicious horse Thursday morning in a stable on New Montgomery and Mission streets. One of the calks of* the horse's shoe crushed in Johnson's skull, making a fracture larger tban a sliver dollar. John sen was taken to the Receiving Hospital, where the operation of trepanning was suc cessfully, performed, ' and Johnson pro nounced practically out of danger. DiFFifi'l.TiKs with the liver antl kltlneys, causing pains In the back, lassitude and general weakness, are readily cured by Hood's Sarsaparilia. the great regulating medicine. Sold by all druggists. Pobitivki.v no humbug. Greatest redaction or the age In groceries, wines and liquors. White sujar 6c per Ib : light brown. 4%c per lb; all other groceries and liquors lower In proportion. Bond for price Hal or examine goods and Judge for yourself. At Sbarhuro A Co.'s, 631 Washington street, San Francisco. . ...-■*-.■ - Kach ykak finds » Strom's Jtronehtal Trochet " In new localities, In various parts of the world. . For relieving Coughs, Colds, and Throat Diseases, they have been proved reliable. Sold only in bosses. _ . A NoiwTieiiA _littcrs,says a long time sufferer from Indigestion, thoroughly cured me. Solo manufac turers. Dr. J. O. B. Siegert A Sons. At all druggists. K_sF.Nc-F.or Ginger don't cure coughs and build you up like Parker's Gin-okr Tush-. '■''-<'_; ,•--: I'aiikkb'h II air Balsam cleanses the scalp. -, 77 --: 1. 1 \- ii \m' Pills cure sick headache. ;~ -. ' 7:-V- v*' ,<-*ewi-*-- , — __ — : SBSiSsssW^, - Extba mince pies.'- Swain's. .13 Sutter street. ;; Vi chi'kch ; NOTICKS. • : - "-. ■ '.. : _:- mPZSS' First Mt-tlioriist Episcopal I'liurch, W-& Powell tt,, . bet. Washington and Jackson— Rev. M. D. Buck, pastor. . Class meetings at 10 a. m. and 12:30 p. m. Preaching by the Pastor at 11 a. m. on "Eating Bread In the Kingdom." Sunday-school, Including Annls Merrill's Blblo class, at 12:30 v. St. Hois' aud girls' class at 6 p. m. Young people's meeting at 6:30 p. if. Preaching by the pastor at 7:30 p. m. on "The King saw the part of the baud that wrote." Sleeting for the promotion of holi- ness Monday night. Prayer meeting on Wednesday night.^Class meeting Thursday night. Spanish serv- ice for children Sunday at I'is.so and for adults Sunday at 2:30 and Tuesday night. Everybody Is Invited to the services. It* afjS-*' Central Methodist Episcopal Church, •S--* 7 Mlsslou st., bet. Sixth and Seventh— Rev. W. W. Case, D.D,, pastor. Preaching to-morrow at 11 A. M. by the pastor. Subject: " The Sunday-school, Its Alms and Claims." Sunday-school review ati p. M,, with an address by President Hirst. Anni- versary exercises by the Sunday-school in tbe even- ing at 7:30, with special singing, recitations and an address by the pastor. Welcome - It g£_sj-*' Howard I'res'iyterlan Church, Mis-* &-*-' slon st„ near Third— The Rev. Minot S. Hart- well from Tacoma will preach to-morrow at 11 a. m. Subject: "How to Know a Christian," and at 7:30 p. m., subject: "The Last Call." Suuday-school at 9:30 a. m. and 12:30 p. m. Yonug People's Society of Christian Endeavor at 6:30 c. M. Prayer meeting on Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Strangers and others are kludy invited to these services, lt -* '°'* ' s'E_ OK j* k I*_KT_l JI S. ttpZ^. Wildey Knieampillfllt. No. 113. 1.% jj Suras' 0.0. F.-ROgular meeting THIS (SAT'S/ 7 I'KIIAV) EVENING, at 8 o'clock, ln Encamp- XV ineiii Hall, 1. O. <>. F. Building, cor. Market and Seventh sts. Visiting Patriarchs antl members of sister Encampments cordially welcomed. It D. H. CRANE. C. P. E|_*^S-» Otltl Fellows' Literary mill 'v-svutif/^. .. -' Social Club meets TO-NIGH I'.-P^^RVj. Brethren of the order cord iully Invited. -fe"-**-£*3c W. B. LYON, President. "^W^ CHAltl ns How LETT, Secretary. it Bf-TS 3 California IleheUali De - .^-s- ____'.>., I*-*--* greo Lodge, No. 1, 1. O. O. P.— £i*J*gfcjfc The lodge meets every SATURDAY -^^_K^ EVENING In Friendship Hall. New Odd ""-^//ill*^ Fellows' Building, cor, Market anil Seventh sts. unifiers and members are requested to attend. All members of th_ degree are cordially invited to meet with us. By order BERTHA KKON, Noble Grand. F.eN'NIE Adlkb, Rec. Sec. jy'J6 tf Sa P*_3s*" Templur l.ebi'kah ln-ui -^-_^_ti_<sv »-*' Lodge, No. 19, I. O. O. P., meets £*&^frv': THIS (SATURDAY) EVENING, in Me- -^I'fSSSf.- morial Hall, 1. O. O. F. Building. All * S ?%II'S > " members of the degree cordially welcomed. De- gree work second anil fourth Saturdays. MAT I IE J. PERP.Y. N. O. Anna m. Debs isii, Rec. Sec. °]a_6S»tr nKsr* Sons and Daughters of ,Se\»__ i*'-« y st, George— There will be a /CpsS/^S grand social eutertalumeut an(lK?x\_rt\ ball 111 Irving Hull on SATURDAY, EjQLJCrSv ■?*** September 27th, for the benefit of >S**^o_-S\ MRS. RUTHERFUKD. widow of S^. IrvNi^Ss the late GEORGE RUTHERFORD, 1 . A** s *""^! who was a victim of a land-slide _f_22_!Ss* recently in the Mission. Music by *$»^ gy Johusou ,_ Outmau's Band. se'26 2t* ■B-^B-" The IS ill Committee of the County *t-^r Moiiii-liin Social aud Benevolent Club will meet at their ball on uext MONDAY EVENING at 8 o'clock to complete arrangements for their six- teenth annual bull, at Odd Fellows' Hall, on Wednes- day evening, October Ist. P. D. BISHOP, Joseph llcnxs. Secretary. |262tl Chairman, S I'KCIAL No~rici_s. Itt-^p Free Social nntl Distribution of ur-t-' picnic prizes by the Journeymen Butchers' Association at B'nal B'rllh Hull SUNDAY EVEN- ING. September "jsth. All are invited. BCJ7 2t THE COMMITTEE, Sfrgs-' 520,000 Given Away -^SenT" This !>-•--' clipping and 10 cents ln stamps to DR. H AL- PRD] NEK, 850 Market St., San Francisco; you will receive one trial package of Dr. Ilaluruner's Patent Corn and Bunion Salve; positive cure: also one chance for the money; 3 packages to 1 order,2sc.l* •f_jSv* Books bought ami sold. Kin*; Bros. m-Jsy Eourtta bl. uear Markot. mr*J7 tr B£-~TS? = ' Charles Asliton, 41 1 Montgomery st. ei-J' Rents collected: persoual attention to the management or property in his care. Makes honest, economic expenditures. City ageut Guardian Assurance Co of London and rheulx Ins, Co. of Brooklyn. au'J7eod tf trs* Bad Tenants KJected for 84. Collee- ms~*r tions made, city or couutry. Pacluc Collection Company. 528 California St., Room 3. ,•;-. Xt EX 1 Munro's Maritime He. to!— ...I .Stim- Wmw ford, bet. Brannan, Townsend, Second and Third sts. ; patronuge of mariners soliciteel. Jyll Ohio BPZJ&* Bad Tenants Ijected for SIO anil ■ *^ all costs paid; collections city or country. COFFEY'S COLLECTION CO.. 619 Montgomery, tl g''s* Free of Charge-Send Me lhe Ail- »-»' dress of your business property, residence, etc., and 1 will take a largo and elegant photograph of them free of charge. Alter seeing the sample picture, if satisfactory, any number ol copies may be purchased at a reasonable price. My resilience pic- tures are unequaled. N. D. SICKELS, General View and Group Artist, 612 Eddy st. sc2stf H-"*?!* I. utiles— lf liisiiniieeiiiloil See Mrs. I*-*** pc Z'i '/.. *JO5 4th. and be contented, sc3 lm* £-5?" Dr. Kicord's Specific- For Kidneys, Whuv bladder and liver: 111: sole agent. A. OBOS, Druggist, cor. Kearnyand Washington, S.F.jel4 61110 R__S-* Astral-Seer— Past. Present. Future; ■^^ horoscope cast. Prof. Holmes, 11 Scott. 14 6ui ffr^-> Smith * Trowlirlilg., West Coast »-•-** Wire Works, 11 Drumm st. . Jell 6m IKS" All Cases X. -stored At Opcr, No sx-Se matter from what cause— Ladies. 11 you want lutlunt reliel lor monthly irregularities, consult the oldest and only reliable female physician of 10 years' experience: my Safe Specifies are the best ever discovered, and will positively cure after all others fall; pills, $1; also latest Invention without medic he. DR. M, STRASSMAN, 916 Post St.a 29 lm S^sr" Old (.old and Silver Bought; Send %*^sy your old go and sliver by mall to the old and reliable house of A. COLEMAN. 41 Third St., San Francisco; 1 will send by return mall the cash; IT amount Is not satisfactory will return the gold. -Sy E£_ss-* t rs. -Vllinet, Clairvoyant. 1..-I t£~& 50.. gentlemen $1. 885 Market. R'm 39. 6m £"TA-> Mrs. Sell ml lit, Midwife. Graduate . *-~Je University of Heidelberg. Germany: private ' hospital : women's diseases a specialty; sure specific remedy tor monthly Irregularities; reasonable. Ogee 121 lVa Mission St.: 2t06 p. m. m>27 l'Jiuos tP~ii* Dr. C. C. O'Donnell— Oflice and Ites. m-sv NW. cor. Wasblucton ami Kearuy sta. mytftf rf5S» Alnmela Maternity Villa: Strictly &-«-' private. DRS. FUNKE.hr. Ijicln.-il Pk.m3 tf R__s-> Mm. Die vies, 420 Kearny St.: Only tm-PSr safe an( ] sure cure tor ail teuiule troubles. I*2 Jf-TS-* IT. Hall, 436 Kearur at.— Diseases of w^sr women a specialty i hones 1 tn 4. bto H.inys ly Jf^S 3 Dr. Iticord's lt.slrerullve Pills; sei.e- -t*-»^ rlfie- lor exhausted vitality, physical debility. wasted Torres, etc. ; approved by the Academy of Medicine, Paris, aud the medical celebrities. Sold by J. G. STEELE A CO.. 635 Market St.. Palace 11 •- lel, San Francisco. Sent by mull or express. Prices: Pox of 50, »1 25*. or 100, *_: of 200, #3 50: of 111 J. $6. Preparatory Pills. $2, Scud for circular. [eg tt |p^-» A Week's News for 5 Cents— The ay-- Weekly Call. In wrapper. ready fur mailing. SPIUITUALISM. MISS BENHAKD, MEDIUM; INFORMATION on stocks, lottery, love, etc. 353 Foiirth.sl7 lm MRS. .1. J.- WHITNEY CLAIRVOYANT TEST medium, life-reader. 1812 Market st. aul9 tf CLAIRVOYANTS. MRS. KINKEACK CLAIRVOYANT TRANCE ME- dluni. 12391*; Market st. lull) Bm Mil ATKINS- I I MALE. X'OUNG WIDOW WISHES POSITION AS X housekeeper, 117 Eddy St., Room 2, se'J7 4t* I ADY WANTS POSITION AS COMPANION; no J m objection to travel: or governess: can teach En- glish, French and music; or as housekeeper. Ad- dress 11., Box 62, this omce. se27 3t* HESPONSIKLE LADY WOULD LIKE POSITION' holy's companion or as stewardess In hotel or lodging-house, or would take housekeeper's position In widower's family. Address C. A. D., Box 62, ibis offices 8e27 3t « V'OUNG WOMAN DESIRES LIGHT WORK OF X any kind through the day or evening: or would take charge of house. Inquire 213 Mason sl. 27 31* I) ESPECTABLE AND NEAT SWEDISH GIRL II wishes situation to do upstairs work or general housework. 1304 Vallejo st. se27 3t* REFINED AMERICAN WIDOW AND DAIiGH- XX ter would tuke entire charge of residence during owner's absence: home wanted fur tho winter; ref- erences given. Address E. G., Box 90, Call, Branch on"'. _^ ■ se27 3t» GIRL WANTS A PLACE TO DO LIGHT HOUSE- f work or tend store: also gin wants work from morning until 2 o'clock In the afternoon. Please cull 121 Ninth St. se27 3t* RESPECTABLE YOUNG LADY WISHES A SIT atlon as chambermaid lv hotel or lodging-house. Address or Inquire at 507 Mission St., Room 37,27 3* THOROUGHLY COMPETENT GIRL WANTS A situation: is an excellent dressmaker and seam- stress; understands all kinds of cutting and fitting; will also do light S'-cond work: perfect satisfaction given; is agreeable and trustworthy; best of refer- ences. Address 20 Turk st. . . se27 2t* DRESSMAKER (GERMAN). UOOD CUTTER XJ and fitter and first-class seamstress, wishes en- gagements by the day lv families: terms »2. M. -C.N0.111 1 culh su. near Mission. se'27 at* ft IRL WANTS SITUATION TO DO WASHING, 11 Ironing or house-cleaning. MRS. WILSON. 903 Mission sL - '■ se*J7 2t* \ OUNG GIRL WANTS TO ASSIST IN HOUSE. 1 work. Address M. G.. Alameda Postoflice. 27 a* 14 ANTED-POSITION AS HOUSEKEEPER BY ' ' middle-aged American woman to lady or gentle- man; no objection to country; thoroughly compe- tent. Address MKS. C. B. C, Box 105, Call Branch OlHce, sc27 2t» AMERICAN SEAMSTRESS AND CHAMIIER- maId wishes siiu.it In tuwo or country; good references. Call 661 Howard ■ - - It* - hXPERIENCED YOUNG LADY WISHES SITUA- xj tlon as stenographer and type-writer: best of reference; salary uo object. Address Stenu, 243 sixteenth at. - - - - ■ - - - ■ it* . YOUNG GIRL WISHES TO DO UPSTAIRS 1 work and take care of children. 251 Minna st. * A 7 OUNO LADY DESIRES POSITION AS STENOO- -1 rapher aod type-writer. Address M.JR., 163 Sll- versL ....... ....,-. _ae26 4t* RESPECTABLE SCOTCH GIRL WANTS 81TUA- tlon to do general housework: wuges not less than $20. Apply 13 Hunt St.. oIT Third, ti-26 St* OU.NO LADY, . WHO ISA FIRST - CLASS 1 dressmaker, wauts situation in establishment (German prererred). Address O. P., Box 104, call Branch omce, ■ .-■ sc'J6 3t* ■L'IRST-CLASS DRESSMAKING, CUTTING AND X fitting a specialty; terms $1 50 a day. . 424 Slxtb streeL - ~ .-.-,..- - ■.-.,., . Se'Jß get V'OUNOGIRL WISHES A SITUATION TO DO J general housework In a small ramlly. Please call at 923 Folsom St., above Filth. . - se26 31* -- 11. ANTED-PLAIN OR FAMILY SEWING T! thoroughly competent person; will go out by the day or take work home; , terms moderate. 24 Mint aye, - . su'J6 it* . It' OMAN WANTS SITUATION TO DO WASH- »' Ing aud ironing by tbe day; engaged steady Monday and Tuesday good references. Apply or address 173 Miuna st. '-■* - . - , -- , .e'JO 2t* :.; / ' IRL, PAST 16, HALF-ORPHAN, WISHES A 11 situation ln the country; will muke herself gen. erally useiui; wages not so much an object as a good home. | Address H. n., Box 104, Call, Branch l_________________j__]_________* KF-SPECTABLE LADY. OVER SO YEARS iOF XV age, wishes to take care or a small lodging* house. Call or adoress 119 Fulton st., city, Ste2s 8* CIOM PETE.NT ELDERLY WOMAN WISHES 1 situation as seamstress and light | housework Please call 638 Green at., Koom 3. se2s 3t* - GERMAN WOMAN WISHES HOUSEWORK BY . » the day. 1209 Bryan Ist. -*■ ■ ;*: se'_B St' 2 SWEDISH WANT TO DO OENI RAL housework. 604 Minna St., nr. Seventh. ae'JS 31* I p.(\ (ENTS WILL SEND THE WEEKLY CALL YJYJ for four 1 months to aay part of the United btates. ■ ■ yy ypp .'■• SITUATIONS— MALE. : '-■.' '"■'' . *"7 S"^TUATlosrWA^crE_>7lr_^-(jS MAN WHO is thoroughly acquainted with all kinds of cleri- cal work, and holds best or references: writes a good hand. Addr P. K„ Box 62, this oifice. 27 2* 17INGLI8H GARDENER WANTS SITUATION: Ll understand, gardening and general work about gentleman', place; good references. Address S. 51., Box 9, this office. --i ■ -■ se'27 2t* - . TRONO BOY WISHES SITUATION WHERE he can work up. Address M., Box 93, Call - Branch office. se27 21* OACUSIAN-A YOUNG MAN WISHES SlTUA- tlon in country or city, as coachman or man about place, who thoroughly understands the earn of horses; can give first-class reference. ' Please address A. H„ Box 6, this office, se'J7 2t» WANTED— YOUNO SWEDE, POSITION ON tl gentleman's place: work around house; first- class references. Address F. S., Box 105. Call Branch Office^ ■ - _____t*_ VOUNO MAN WANTS POSITION AS WAITER J. In a colfee-saloon where he can learn the busi- ness. Please address T. MILLER, New Atlan#o Hotel, 207 Montgomery aye. _ se'26 at* YOUNO GERMAN BOY WOULD LIKE A Po- X sition in store or warehouse : is not afraid of hard work; wllilngtowork for board. 2505 Mission. 26 2* (SITUATION WANTED BY A YOUNG CANA- -0 diiin: age 24; is deaf, but can speak; willing to do anything; understands book-keeping and office work. J. R., Box 96. Call Branch Ofllce. se'J6 at* \' OUNG MAN, UNDERSTANDS BOOK-KEEP- -1 lug and type-writing, wants position in office; is good penman and oulck at figures: small salary to begin. E. X., Box 90, Call Branch Office. se2s 3t* ■-\roUJfb MAN WANTS POSITION-UN WHOLE* J. sale house of any kind; good box-maker: willing to work. F, P., Box 19. this offlc*;, se*Js st» ANTED — SITUATION AS AN ASSISTANT '' In a store; salary no object. Address L. D., 857 Broadway, Oakland, se'Js 3t AN ENGLISH COUPLE, WITH BEST OF CITY referouces, wish a place ln the country; ths woman is a first-class cook and housekeeper: man a thorough gardener; or will luke churge of a gentle- man's place in his absence. Please address lor one week. Richard. 424 Sutter st. se24 7t EVENING EMPLOYMENT WANTED OH BOOKS AJ or copying; good rapid writer, S. 8., Box 104, Call Hruuch office. . se'Jl 61* V'OUNG MAN STUDYING DURING THE DAY 1 desires employment in the evenings: is fairly educated and met afraid of work. Address Diligent, Box 162, Call Brauch Offlce. «e24 at* .11' ANTED— BY YOUNG MAN, WILLING TO I»» work, -. situation either wholesale or retail house; best of reference, and security if wanted. Address F. 11. Il.Box 101, Call Branch oifice.'J3 7* V (II Ni, MAN AND WIFE WANT SITUATIONS: I wife is a good cook; man will make himself gen- erally useful about place; no children. Addre.-. _'. i:.*. Box 102, (all liruuch (lilice. se2l 7t« SITUATION WANTED— BY A MAN OF INTEL- kJ llgence, who purchased a tailor-made, nobby cutaway suit for f 18, made by a merchant tailor for $35. ORIGINAL MISFIT "LOTHING PARLORS, corner Post and Dupont sts. JEWELER- POSITION WANTED BY A YOUNO man with 3Vx years' experlenceal bench, to finish trade: best of references given. . Address H. T. WILLIAMS, Cramer, Cal. se!s l»t« —_______,_■___, 1 1 mi .^'EMAIIE. llr.El'^V___<Tl-D. It' ANTED — FIRST-CLASS ' GERMAN AND '' F'reuch cook, $30; German cook, $40: nurse for a Protestant asylum, f-JO; French nurses, $15 anil $20; second girl. $20; German and Scandina- vian girls for general housework, $25 and $20, at DELORME A ANDRE'S, 320 Sutter St. lt U'ORKINO HOUSEKEEPER. $15; COOK FOR men, $25: cook, colfee-house. $25; waitress, country, $-0; American woman In family of 2, $20, anil girls for housework, city and couutry. It. T. WARD CO.. 610 Clay SL lt WANTED— GERMAN COOK FOR ALAMEDA, I' $30, very nice place; 3 waitresses lor country hotel, $20 and $25; chambermaid, country hotel, $-0; girlt for housework, Oakland $*J5, Crescent City $30. Bakersfield $26 and other towus: Protes- tant second girl, short distance, $20; 3 French nurses and second girls, $ 20 ana $25: laundress and second girl, $25: 3 German and Scandinavian second girls, $20; nurse, $20; kitchen-helper. $20; 4 waitresses for a restaurant; 60 neat Irish, Scandi- navian and German alrls for general housework ln Ainerlcan and German families. $20 and f 25. Ap- ply to J. F. CROSETT A CO.. 202 Stockton st. lt U -ANTF-D— COOKS, WAITRESSES, CIIAMBER- maids, nurse girl and girls for housework, coun- try, $15 to $.111, all freo fare; cook and laundress, cry, $30; 2 cooks, city, $25; 2 nurses for cure of children, $20 and $25 : Protestant woman for clean- ing in Institution, city, $20. C. It. HANSEN A CO., 110 Geary St. - c It ANTED- 3 LAUNDRESSES FOR COUNTRY '' hotel, hand work, or man and wife, $35 each. HOTEL GAZETTE, 420 Kearney st. It GOOD GIKL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK: \Jf German preferred. Call 323 Tenth st. se'27 St* YOUNU girl TO ASSIST in HOUSEWORK. X 609 Buchanan. te'il 3t* 11" ANTED— AN AMERICAN WOMAN BET. 30 II and 40 years of age to take entire charge of a s- roomed cottage-house where there are children; washing done out; one that wants a comfortable home more than high wages. Address 2403 Mission St. K. DOLE, se'J" 31* MIDDLE-AGED , GERMAN LADY TO DO general housework. Inquire Grocery, corner Seventeenth and Eureka sta »e'J7 31* ©1 C OIRL TO ASSIST IN GENERAL HOUSE- tJP-ll). work. ' 720 Third St. te27 31* It' ANTED— TO DO GENERAL HOOSE- »' worn. 1611 Sutter St. ___2t__. GIRL ABOUT 16 YEARS TAKE CARE OF baby aud light housework, 1617 Pine, se27 2t* U'ANTED— A STRONG. RELIABLE NURSE TO " ike care of an Invalid lady. 584 Twenty-fifth tt., Oakland. ' se'J 7 2t Ti IKL OR MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN FOR LIGHT V) liLii-ework. 1222 Golden Gate aye. .c'J7 2t* \" EAT GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK. CALL AFTER v-> 9, 107 Powell »L It* IA ANTED— GIRL FOR LIGHT HOCSE- work. 1614 .i ones st. It* GIRL TO WAIT ON TABLE; SMALL RESTAU- rant, 1640 Market st. it* f ERMAN GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK I ( and plain cooking; large washing given out, 336 Third st It* GOOD GIRL FOR NICE, SMALL FAMILY; UEll- man cooking; 25, 415 Franklin st, ■ It* Gi IKL WANTED FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK; VJ $20. 17 18 O'Farrell St. it* V EAT, SMART WAITRESS IMMEDIATELY AT ■!■> 227 1 bird st. It* It* ANTED TO-DAY-GIRLS WAIT ON TABLES; II country saloon. Apply bet. hours 12 and 2. 308 .Sutler st„ Room 91, it* 'ANTED-A HOOD WOMAN FOR HOUSEWORK >' and cooking; wages $25. Apply 1622 Grove at., Oakland. * lc MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN OR GIRL FOR GEN" eral housework. 313 Pacific. 11* COMPETENT OIRL FOR GENERAL IIOUSK- ; work. 26 Webster st .corner Waller. It* 3 DINING-ROOM GIRLS FOR BOAKDING- house; 5 girls for general housework; $20 and $25, Eurpoean Office, 105 Stockton at. It* UONIE.N TO PEAL ONIONS IN PICKLE FAC- tory. 107 Sacramento st. 11* COAT-MAKERS AND VEST- MAKERS FOR country. REISS BROS. A CO., 24 Sutterat.lt* A 1 DRESS-GOODS SALESMAN: CITY REFER- ence; position $ 100, 305 Kearuy. Room 1. It* ENERGETIC LADY CANVASSERS; LIGHT He soiling article; salary or commission. Address A. V., Box 129, Call Branch Office, It* V\' AN 1 ED-GIRL TO DO HOUSEWORK. 240 '' Thirteenth at., uear llarrisom lt* GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK: -WILL- Ing to sleep at home, 1733 Sutter st. It* /1 IKL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK: NO VJ washing: no cooking. 1930 Sutter st. It* GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK; SMALL 1 family; 15. 27 Thirteenth st, It* 2 WAITRESSES AT RESTAURANT, 108 TAY"- lorst. It* 'OUNG GIRL FOR LIGHT HOUSEWORK; sleep home; 10. 2714 Bnshst. It* \T EAT TIDY GIRL 14 TO 16 YEARS TO ASSIST X\ lii light housework. 6U7 Post at. It* YOUNG OIRL TO ASSIST WITH HOUSEWORK 1 and care of baby; references. 121 Hermann St., off Valencia. It* \A' ANTED— KELIAIfLE WOMAN TO DO FAMILY if washing at her homo. Apply 305 Taylor st. It* IRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK: WAGES I $15. Apply 1505 Washington st. se'JO 71* ll' ANTED— RELIABLE LADY TO LEARN A IT business: must be honest: will be advanced when capable. Address Capable, Box 90, Call Branch oilice, se'J6 3t*_ PROFESSIONAL LADIES' NURSE WANTED. A Address, Nurse, Box 2. this office, se26 3t* -yOUNG GIRL; 12 TO 14; CARE OF BABY; I good home. 2608 Bush SL se2ti 3t* WANTED-YOUNG GERMAN GIRL FOR SEC- ond work and help cure for child 2 years old. Apply, a. m., 212 Broderlck. se26 3t* - GERMAN OIRL WANTED: PLAIN COOKING Ll and general housework; no washing; two lv the family. Apply, after 4p. m., 1522 lust. segg 3t* BEBSMAKERS WANTED-FIVE COMPETENT waist finishers; steady work. 2523 Pine. 26 3* Cs ERMAN OR FRENCH GIRL: CHAMIIER- -1 work and tewing. 1249 Franklin st, 8026 _t' ADY WAITERS WANTED AT 311 GRANT avenue. ■ se'JS 4t* OMI'ETENT PROTESTANT OIRL FOR GEN- C .OMPETENT PROTI_STANT OIRL FOR GEN- i oral housework; light washing: $25; references required, 2122 Sleluer SL. near Sacraineuto.2s 3t» APPRENTICE FOR DRESSMAKING. 1923 Devlsadero st. se'Js 3t* Of ANTED— 6 TO DO HOUSEWORK; DA- VI nlsh girl preferred. Apply at 30 Chattanooga St., near; -second. . se'2s 3t* TIKM CLASS WAITRESS. APPLY BELLEVUE J House, Poiut Tiburon: fare puid. se'Js 3t* •II' ANTED-A MOTHER AN DAUGHTER FOR ** housework and nurse. H. S. WOOD, .1036 ValleJo_.l. - se2s^t» 7 IKL ABOUT 15 TO TAKE CAKE CHILDREN. .VJ 132 First St. ■ ■ ■ -■■ se'Js 3t« It' ANTED - YOUNG OIRLS FOR STEADY vl work; wages first week. 632 Market St., top floor: take elevator. - - '. ae'Js 3t* ■ . 1 GIRLS WANTED IN KALMAK BEER HALL. __U Hill/. Kearuy st. band music every nlght.2s 3* It' ANTKD-OIRL FOR LIGHT HOUSEWORK. II 1013 Fillmore st. - -- ■■.- ■• -■-.-:.■ gegltt ■ YOUNG FOR LIGHT HOUSEWORK. - X Scott st., near Hayes. .-■ ... .624 tf T~AD_~PIA.NO FLAYJ-R AND singer, COUN- J J try. wage. $90 per month and llirulshod room; . must be young and prepossessing. Address H. E. MANN, Russ House, city. ■ se2l 14t* ■ "YOUNU GIRL TO ASSIST IN LIGHT - HOUSE- - 1 work In Berkeley. 1 Call between 9 and 6. DR. TE AGUE, 202 Stockton St. g --..*-._,■-, *■■■_-■ se'2o tf EWERS . ON - LADIES' > AND . CHILDREN'S O underwear. -723 Market St.. Room 142. - selO tf ■:sJ_'P MAI.K HKLP ■■ WANTi.D. w : . ■ ■.■■*■■■ IVANTED— WAITER FOR SMAt_L~'"RESTAU- II rant, $30; 3 waiters lor plain hotel, $26. $30; second cook, $40; - dish-washer fur lunch-house, $J5: butler, $40; cooper, $60; grape-pickers. Sono- ma futility, French prelerred, $20. fare one way, at DELORME A ANDRE'S, 320 Sutter .U : . :. It - RAILROAD MEN FOR .; WASHINGTON AND Oregon, ticket, at reduced rates direct to work; ranch and scraper teamsters for different counties, $30 and found and steady work: lumber pliers fur . country saw-mill, $30 and found and steady work; slate-splltlers and slate block makers, steady work, country, $3 a day; farmers, near city, $25; 50 lab- orers for city and near city, $1 76 a day, board $4 a week; laborers for quartz-mill, $30 and lound; German or Scandinavian blacksmith, near city, $10 and found. C. It. _______ ft Co.. 110 Geary st, it TrST-CLASS PASTRY-COOK AND BAKER, HO- I X tel, $90: cooks and waiters, city and country, $30 to $90; pot-washers and dish-washers, $25 to $30. C. It. HANSEN A CO., lIP Geary St. ■--. ■-■■ ■- v -1-. It :-- AGENTS WANTED— LADIES AND GENTLEMEN of good address can make $5 per day. * Call at I HOUSEWOP.TH'S GALLERY, 1 Fourth St. . se'_7 7t 7 . HELP ■ WAXTED-CONTI-NUEP.77^_ : CARPENTERS, COUNTRY. $3 50 DAY: BLACK- Z smith helper, $35; stable-man, city. $45 and round; washer for livery .table, cttsr, *«»«"! found: man for nursery. $25 and found 4 fa'"' $2 . : 2 ox-teamsters. $75 »nd $35 and found; camp cook, f 6O; 2 hotel cooks. $50 and f 4O * boarding; house cooks, $35 and $-10: 3 hotel waiters, $;■"••- -camp waiters. $30; 4 dish-washers, $25. WARD A CO., 610 Clay st. - ... ___— is RAILROAD laborers. rockmf:n, 100 teamsters and axmen for Washington: get tickets for $7 50 from K. T. WARD A CO., blO Clay street. .... ■ , _I_. All RAILROAD LABORERS, NEAR CIT Y, 175 4U per day; board, $4 20. R. T. WARD A CO., 610 Clay st. ■ . ... H__ ,- A LABORERS AND TEAMSTERS FOR RAIL* OU road work In California, $30 and $35 per month and board: long job. . R. T. WARD « CO., 610 Clay St. , '"' 1)1. LABORERS FOR BRICK-YARD. **-«*•''" ZO board; a burners. $60 and board; brick-set- ter, $60 and board: 10 wood-choppers for brick company, soft wood, $1 to $1 60 per cord. R. 1. WARD A CO.. 610 Clay st. li 1 Ail MEN WANTED FOR RAILROAD WORK IN 100 Oregon, to go Monday: axmen. $J 60: la- borers, $2 25; teamsters, $35 and board; foreman who can take 30 men along. $3 per » >« ,? work; fare $H. R. T. WARD A CO., 610 Clay St. lt lit ANTED-5 QUARTZ-MINERS, f'2 50 A DAY, VV steady Job, bos. here; blacksmith for mine $50 and hoard: 4 carpenters for city, -*.» J»to $3 60 a day; butcher, $2 25; 20 wood-chop $1 60 to $J a cord; sandstone-cutters, $4 50 a (-ay. 3 block-makers, $22 per M.; man about place city, $25 and round: screw-setter for mill, $60 ami found; swampers. $35 to $40*. otf-bearers, MO. stable-boy. $15 and found: iiincbln^inuo for leliii- Ing-mdl, $3 a day. Apoly to J. F. CROSETT A CO., 628 Sacramento St. ; . ii— \I'ANTED-10 LABORERS ABOUT MILL, 150 V» to $2 a day and board, go to-day; laborers, $) 75, $2 and $2 25 day for railroad and pick anil shovol work: teamsters. $30. $32 50 anu (Mo a month and board, lor levee and railroad worf, laborers for mines, $26 and found, and others. JVg- ply to J. P. CROSETT A CO., 688 Sacramento st. « U' AN'IED-10 MEN TO PICK GRAPES, ( '" » noma County, see boss here this morulng. Ap- ply to J. F. CROSETT A CO.. 628 Sacramento, _1X II'ANTED-ERP.AND-BOY FOR THIS OFFICE, " $.i a week. J. F. CROSETT A CO., 628 Sacra- meuto st. ___^ '_^ ■ . ___ UANTED-MAN AND WIFE AS COOK AND »» helper for miners' boording-house, 20 boarders. $5(1; German waiter, »45; cook, restaurant, f8 » week: second cook, restaurant. $8 a week: waiter, $35: Japanese, hotel. 18: dish-washers ami others. Apply to J. F. CROSETT A CO., 628 Sacramento. It WAN TED-COOKS, $75; SECOND COOK, $15; » washer, $20; vegetableman, $2o: porter and runner, »30; bell-boys, $15; laundryman $->0; yardman. $25; pastry cook. $65; man and wife for laundry, hand-work, $35. HOTEL GAZEI lE, 4-0 Kearny st. ■ ; , 1 D MEN: BRICK-YARD: CALL EARLY. MRS. I O ELFEN. 315 Stockton St. ; _______ W ANTED-A THOROUGHLY EXPERIENCED »l hat talesman who can do renovating. Apply at 19 Battery St.. upstairs, from 5 to 6 o'clock, se'J7 il CLERKS SEEKING POSITIONS AS SALESMEN, salesladies, copyists, book-keepers, stenographers obtain tbem. Clerks' Bureau.3os Kearuy, Rm-1. 27 3" ACKER, BY A CROCKERY WHOLESALE house. Apply 241 and 243 Sacramento St. 'ii 2* ANTED— AN EXPERIENCED SHOE-SALES- Vf man. Apply Sunday at 19 Buttery st , upstairs, from 1 to 3 p. m. J-*-^ 7 ..? I*-.1 *-. SHOEMAKER ON REPAIRING. 807 BUCHANAN street. • «e27 lit* BARBER FOR SATURDAY AND SUNDAY. 626 Fourth st. It* ■ BARKER FOR SATURDAY AND SUNDAY; good wages. Sixth St., near Bryant. It* U'ANTF.D-B ARBER FOR SATURDAY AND v* Sunday. 445 nth st. It* GOOD BARBER; HALF SATURDAY AND SUN- day. 431 Broadway. It* pOOD BARBER FOR SATURDAY AND SUN- vJ day; good wages. 163 Second St. Is" GOOD BARKER FOR SATURDAY AND SUN- -1 day. 514*^ Third St. It* WASHER: GOOD ONE ONLY; $25 MONTH; come early. 612 Kearny st. lt* DISH-WASHER THAT CAN DO LITTLE COOK- Ing, 219 Third st, ; call early. It* VY' ANTED-A BATHS-MAN. 113 GEARY ST. GOOD DISH-WASHER AND WAITER WANTED. f 35 Ninth St.; call early. . It* BOY TO DRIVE BUTCHER WAGON; GERMAN preferred; references. Address W. 11. 11., Box 92, Call Branch Office. lt* Al CLOTHING SALESMAN; GOOD REFEK- enceiatouce. 305 Kearny st..*Koom 1. It** EXPERIENCED DAY COOK; SMALL KESTAC- i rant: wages $50. 1759 Mission st. Uf* EXPERIENCED DAY COOK; SMALL RESTAU- xj rant; wages $50. Address C. C, Box 125, Call Branch Olllre. It* CABINET-MAKER WANTED. APPLY 1960 I Howard st. lt* YOUNG GERMAN BOY IN GROCERY. COR. Sixteenth and Suierrerei sts. If WANTED-ELEVATOR-BO- AT MARCEAU'S II Pali , 826 Market st, 1 1 *_ RRAND-BOY WANTED AT STALL 61, CEN- ter Market. It* SOLICITOR; DYE WORKS; PART COMMISSION; part salary, 342 McAllister st. It* BOOT-BLACK TO TAKE STAND AT 152 THIRD street. It* YOUNG MAN; MAKE HIMSELF USEFUL. I Park Ilotel, Halght St., near Stanyan. lt* ANTEb-LUNCH"WAITEK. 709 BATTERY 1* street, It* 11AINTER, AS FOREMAN LARGE JOB. APPLY Immediately 1954 Howard St. ll* DISH-WASHER WANTED. 1501 CALIFORNIA street. ._ - . ■....■■■■ - It* ■ IIr ANTED— A DISH-WASHER. 638 FOURTH " street. It* BOY TO LEARN PRINTING. CALL AT 12 o'cIock, DRMSBY. 783 Market st. It* milE NEW PENSION LAW— ATTENTION, SOL- X elieTs and sailors— Not necessary to prove up from comrades, only present disability; no fee In ad- vance; widows of soldiers and sailors are all entitled to pension: claims prosecuted with promptness and dispatch. M. HARRIS, authorized U. S. Pension Attorney, headquarters of Pacl&o Coast Pension Claims, 14 Geary St.. Sun Francisco. It» S7F.TO $250 A MONTH CAN BE MADE • *J working for us; persons preferred who can furnish a horse and give their whole time to the business: sparo moments may be profitably em- ployed also; a row vacancies in towns and cities. B. F. JOHNSON A CO., 10J9 Main St., Rich- mond. Va. _■ FeS Ba 101110 'ANTED— 6 METAL ROOFERS. 8 POLK T. >' RAPP A MATTHEWS. SC'26 tt U'ANTED-ON UNION PACIFIC EXTENSION from Portland, Oregon, rockmen, laborers and teamsters and teams at once. Apply to HOWE: A KING. 737Alarset st.. Room 5. upstairs. si*26 7t* 11R1NTER— BUSINESS MAN. DONALD BRUCE, Political Record, 536 Clay. 10 a. m. se26 3t« 11INISHER ON PARLOR FRAMES. S. HEAL, J 820 Mission St. te'Jß 31* ANTED LIVE MEN TO SOLICIT ON DlUEC- tory. 606 Montgomery st., Room 24. se'Jti 3t* QTRONG BOY, ABOUT 15 YEARS OK AGE 0 MAe-CABE A CO.. 611 Merchant st. se'J6 31* J/iXPERIENCED HELPER ON STICK CANDY. J ROTHSCHILD A EHRENI'FOKT, 118 Front street. __^ se2s 3t* UARNESS-HAND WANTED FOR GENERAL shojiwork; plain work. c. lIERINU, Neuman, Cal, se'Js 3t IV ANTED IMMEDIATELY — A FIRST-CLASS " barber; steady work. 231 Main street, Stock- ton, ■ ■■■-■ - ■ ■■ sc'Ja 3t PRESSMAN ON CLOAKS; GOOD PAY. 901 A Larkln st. se'JS 3t* V'Ol'NO MEN CAN HAVE FREE LESSONS AND X -free books for 1 month at BURGESS' HUHI- NESS COLLEGE, 410 Kearny St. se2l 7t« l) LIVE MEN TO SELL SEWING MACHINES; uu experience no object, 1308 Market St. se24 7t GOOD 800 I BLACK-STAND FOR SALE. COR. M Sixth and Jessie. se'Jl 4t» . 1 (|A MEN FOR COFFEE, CAKE. STEW, HASH. XYJYI pork and beans, Hamburg steaks, each 2V-.C. at 44 and 725 Fourth. 1001 Market, 601 Sacra- mento ami 425 East Bis. ' se2l It* All MINNA, DUBLIN HOUSE, BET. .FIRST AND xYJ Second— Good beds. 15 cents. seld lm Ik' ANTED — YOUNG MEN OF MODERATE '' means to purchase a merchant tailor-made dress overcoat for $15. latest style, made by a crack merchant tailor for Slid. ORIGINAL MIS- FIT CLOTHING PARLORS, cor. Post and Dupont streets, •■.■..- - ■ AN ACTIVE MAN OF GOOD ADDRESS TO REP- resent Eastern publisher: call after 9. P. F. COLLIER A CO.. 108 Murphy Building. aul'J tf U' ANTED — MECHANICS AND OTHERS TO .. ' ' know Unit they can buy a merchant tailor-made Sunday suit for $20, made by a leading inerchaut tailor for $40. ORIGINAL MISFIT CLOTHINU PARLORS, cor. Post and Dupont sts. BARBER SHOP; NEAR THIS CITY MUST BE sold; i heap; also one In this city running 4 chairs steady. J. N. .'RANK, 13 Mason st. selß tf BARBERS' SITUATIONS PROMITIY FILLED, Bosses. Apply oraddreas 13 Mason. J, FRANK..! \\' ANTED-FIRST-CLASS ADVERTISING So- »' licitor; must be of good appearance, well ac- quainted and have good references; a first-class po- sition to tbe right man. Address X. L., Box 47, this office, . ■■-■..■■ auttf ■■- . Ul ANTED - GOOD ENERGETIC MAN. 513 Montgomery St., cor. Commercial, upstairs, 3m pi.N. leeNS-NEW LAW JUST PASSED GIVES X all widows ami disabled soldiers and sailors a pension; no evidence to furnish; no dtach irge pv per. required; advice free; no advance expense or fee- Authorised registered U.S. pension attorney.('J ) years' experience). CAPI'. J.H. SIIEPARD, 319 Pine St.. adjoln'g Pension office, Sail Francisco. Cai. 16 3 in t^E.-MKN AND OKDINARV SEAMEN WANTED 0 Shipping Agency. 311 Pacific St. ; JylO Jin A 100 .000 SIEN WANTKD TO LOAN MONEY . oil all articles at low rates: . square dealing UNCLE JACOBS. 613 Pacific St. aultf . U- ANTED - SEAMEN, ORDINARY SEAMEN ' v at 31 3 Pacllic. ■■/■'. ■ - ... . Jaldtf I It' ANTED-SOO~MKN, HOWARD AND THIRD? - " basement, Bee Hive, to cut freo home cooked hot lunch.wlth beeror wine. 5 cts: open day A night. S tf WEEK'S NEWS FOR"iTc -THE WEEKLY Call. In wrapper, ready for mailing. - AGKNTS WANTED. ~ . A GENTS-YOU CAN MAKE MORE MONEY. /V selllug tbe grand new 10.000 artists' memorial edition of the "Pilgrim's Progress" than any other book; It outsells all others ten to oue: beautiful pic- torial poster free. THE HISTORY COMPANY, 723 Market.-.. San Franclsca -. ■ , - t: -. - ■>-- .024 7t - STANLEY'S OWN BOOK: THE TITLE IS, "IN Darkest Africa:" all others are frauds: proof. Turnislied, and agents wanted by A. L. BANCROFT A CO., lsj Post st., San Francisco. Jel7 tl cow '|*HE MOSTTHRILLINGLY INTERESTING SUB- -1 scrlption book ever published by the veteran Showman P. T. Itanium: over 300 superb illustra- tions and colored plates; $5 a day guaranteed to earliest workers; illustrated circulars 'and lull par- tieniars free. - Address Pacllic Publishing Company, 1H36 Market St.. San Franclieo, Cal. " sell' tf ■:.■■} ■ PAItTXEItS , WANTED. . V " FAR 1 AS PARTNER IN~FLORIST "BUSINESS; $250. Particulars 2109 Fillmore st, 5«27 3t ClWlWl PARTNER wanted, in AN OLD •TpOYjU. established grocery; best stand In Oak- land; good man wanted more than money. For par- ticulars. Inquire M. B. V.. Call Branch omce, Oakland," -■■ -■■-■-. .•-.—--•- ■■-■■• - - se263t ■:' : ._--;-J [ I'KOPEItTV WANTED. -■■ -Ij. ■ IV ANTED— TO PURCHASE, A HOME OF STO 7 .'■'' rooms, or would buy flats In North Beach. Ad- dress Purchaser, Hot 147, Call Branch Office. It I \l' ANTED— A ! BLOCK SOUTH OF THE PARK; f " principals only. a Address I Property, Box 92, Call in am h Offlce. y ae'J6 3t* ■ ' FURNITCKE WANT'P. TTNLTTroTlioTMisfrf^^ EAYTUE HIGH List east .price for fnrnltnre. carpets, etc. alOtf "_ WAYS SELL YOUR FURNITURE. CARPETS. | A «S.ffw?SkK "LEVY. Room I 90, Murphy Building, and receive extra money. - ap-J a -r-~ . ,_■ „ -m MISSION ST., PAY CASH FOR E^Rii^V'anie^'sr'ov^or' anything: stove, repaired and made equal to new, 1) ■ ' " " . LARGE OUANTITY OF SECOND-HAND FUR* AXre E 26 per cent paid more than els* where. 51 A LONE, 34 fourth sL I new store, ml J.C H IrCABE. 128 FOURTH ST., PAYS THE HIGH- M est orice i for furniture, stoves, ranges^ carpet.^ Til J SIMMONS A CO., AUOTIONEERS. WILL M. buy your luruiture. pianos aud booki Ida? * Market st. ■ ' " ■•■■'■■ al>tf " _ STANDARD FURNITURE COMPANY WILL b buy your furniture for cash or exchange new. furniture for olel. 1045 Market st. apl9 6in__ ~A LL SECOND-HAND FURNITURE ASH CAR* A pets bought, large or small lots; call or saul - •postlu. KiisieisTHAl^llOFourthst. no! 4 tt fTTuNDY. 829 MARKET ST PAYS HIGHEST JJ. price for second-hand furniture. ■ - apj YOU CAN GET MORE MONE Y _FOR YOUR SEC- I ond-hand rurniture from J. >o»NAN A CO., 1021 Mission to-., sixth, ti.un elsewhere talltr _ JToITsESI WANTED. mTs-SSwXNTED-SOME DESIRABLE FLATsT H cottages and two-story houses to fill the de- mands of piopliiretiiriilngfroin the country. BADT, JACOBS A BRANDON. 313 Montgomery St. se9_tf ROOMS WANTED TT^A^TriKTI^BYItESPEir^ V. furnished room in rlvate family. Address Room, Ibex 90, Call Branch Office. se.7 ..t 11 Y MAN* AND WIFE-FLAT. 1 OR 5 ROOMS; D all modern Improvements; state rent. B. 8.. Box 158. Call Branch Olhce. ____:___-_' — -VTOUNG MAN WISHES SUNNY FURNISHED I room, where lie will not disturb anybody by jefuctlcing the clarionet at 5:30 a.m. State terms to M. R- Box 124. en ■■ Branch oniee. seJO ■«« iioAKDINtJ WA NTED. -fToiII^OR^OED AMERICAN WOMAN : COULD II make herself useful; act as nurse; attend to children. Address Associated Chanties. 609 Kear- ny st, - ' - ,c - 5 Jt IJOAKD AND 2 ROOMS WANTED BY MAN AND li bis daughter ln a private lamily: north of Mar- ketst. T. LANDRY, 436 Jlontgomery St. sel, If IVAATED^MISCELI-AyElltJS. ANTED-A SECOND-HAND TRICYCLE OR I rolling chair. 313 Franklin st, i" •n/AHTED- FIRST-CLASS SAFETY BICYCLE, »' in good condition. Address, giving price and make, P. O. Pox 34. San Rafael, fal- e-.-'-'e 7t» LOST, e-0 T OST-ABOUT TePT. 10~TO 15. PER UNITED J J States Mull, a letter addressed to W. DAY City with said letter was Inclosed a certificate of deposit numbered 34,533. dated July 14. 1890. Is- sued by the First National Bunk of San Francisco to WILLIAM DA VIS A SON, for $185. Finder win please deliver it to W. DAVIS £ SON, 410 Market aL. San Francisco, se'J7 2t T OST— A PASS-BOOK WITH THE HIBERNIA J j Savings and Loan Society of San Francisco, li- the name of CATHERINE HALL, No. 106,789. The Under will please return to Bank. ?_________ V>ACKAGE OK FLOWERED SILK CURTAIN . A drapery: suitable rewar.l. 319 Flue, Room 9, 1* I OST -RED AND WHITE COW; HORNS XJ little sawed off: liberal reward. Return depot, NW. cor. Seventh and Mission sts. se'J7 3t» OST-SEPTEMBER 24. A BROWN SPANISH water pup: two front legs partly white and white spot on breast: answers to the uame uf Pro- fessor. Return to 116 Third St. and receive re- ward. "-'6 3t« LOST— $15 BY NOT PURCHASING A MER- chui.t tailor-made business suit for $15. made by a leading merchant tailor for $30. ORIGINAL MISFIT CLOTHING PARLORS, corner Post and Dupont sts, • ; — . - THE S. F. COLLATERAL LOAN BANK, 538 Kearny St., lends money at 2 per cent per mouth on watches, diamonds and Jewelry. jyls 6m I'IANO-e. VIOLINS AND SHEET MUSIC. Ct TAYLOR A FARLEY ORGAN. NE COR. VI Turh and Stelner sts. se'J7 7t« NABeIpIANO-$200; FIRST-CLASS ORDER, with music-case, 2136 Market St. se2M 3t* I j FRIGHT GRAND PIANO, NEARLY NEW; *J elegant walnut case: brilliant and powerful tone; great bargain. 1734 Eddy st. se26_3t__ GREAT BARGAIN— CHICKERING UPRIGHT, nearly new. F. W. SPENCER & CO., 723 Mar- ket St., History Building. scconU floor, se'JO tt ■ RARE CHANCE-STEIN WAY PARLOR GRAND, In good condition. F. W. SPENCER * CO, 722 Market. History Building, second floor. se'JS tf LINE OFFER — ELEGANT CONOVER BROS. I upright: good as new. V. W. SPENCER A CO., 723 Market, History Building, second floor, SeJO tt BYRON SIACZY. AGENT SOIIMER, HALLETT* Cuiuston. Newby J: Evans. 3us PusL my'J'Jtf JAMES KEEFFE, SOLE AGENT FOR THE UN- equaled Schubert Pianos of New York; 410 Mc- ■Aliister st. Store open evening.-. se'Jl 7t* ■fMMENSE STOCK OF PIANOS, NEW AND X second-hand,' of prominent makers. - Antlsell, Odd Fellows ilall. Seventh and Market sts. sell tt API 41- UPRIGHT PIANO: WALNUT CASE: A tj I—o. bargain. 917 Mission St. 15 tf GRAND DISPLAY OF GRAND AND UPRIGHT pianos, comprising Chlckenng A Sons, conover Bros., Colby and opera pianos: Wilcox A White organs. I.' W. SPENCER « CO., 7-3 Market St., History Building, second floor, set tf BEST PLACE ON THE COAST TO BUY A PIANO or an organ: planes from $100; organs from $50; leading makes, finest stock. F. W.SPENCER A CO., 723 Market St., second floor. niy'_7 It ALLET * DAVIS AND KIMBALL PIANO AND Organ Agency. W. O. BADGER. 725 Market st.tf BARGAINS*. IN- SECOND-HAND PIANOS AT > KOHLEK A CHASE'S, lull Market St. au24 tf DECKER BROS.' MATCHLESS PIANOS. XJ KoHLER A CHASE, 1041 Market SL au'Jl tf HEMME A LONG PIANOS: WAREKOOJIS 109 O'Farrell St.; above Stockton; sold on Inslall- nients: send for illustrated catalogue and terms, L' L. NEUMANN PIANOS; A NEW SHIPMENT X . just arrived. 82 Ninth St. au'J9 tl Oj7C 5163-PIANOS IN GOOD ORDER; NEW sip • cl. pianos on easy Installments; pianos tuned and repaired. FAY, 1729 Mlsslou St. au'J7 6m JUST RECEIVED, 10 - GOOD SECOND-HAND pianos; terms low. STATHAM. 1322 Market. 2 tt DECKER A SON'S PIANOS. Ml SICAL IN'STRU- nieiits, and full stock of 10c sheet-music ZEN'O MAUVAIS JIUSIC CO., 769 Jlarket st. jyll tf L'OK STEINWAY, KRANICH A BACH. ROE- X ulseh. Gabler pianos. M. GRAY CO., 2J6l'osL2stt LAM) INSTRUMENTS, PACKARD ORGANS, II sheet music. M. CRAY CO., 20. Post st 25 tf STECK, HARDMAN. VOSE AND STERLIN'I pianos Fold on $10 monthly Installments. BENJ. CURTAZ A SON, sole agents, 20 O'Farrell sL au7-C 'I'lIK BANCROFT COJIPANY, 721 JIARKETST., J sole agents for the Miller. Beuiiliig. siultiefc Bauer Slid Kurtziuanu nlunos nnd first-class organs, fell tt BURSES. ATR"^^U^KCeTiEsri)RXFTTlO_t_5^ X from the country; weight 2900 pounds: may be seen at WHAT CHEER STABLES, Jackson St., bet. Buttery and Davis, south side. s__62_* I,'OR SALE- A FINE BAY MARE. 6 YEARS, X gentle, perfect beauty, goes single or double, under saddle, 15 hands, can trot In 2:50, price $200; also a very stylish sorrel mare, gentle, 16 bunds, weight 1150, years old, nothing finer in the city, goes single or double, under saddle, price $300; a fine stylish team, 16)*_ bauds, weighs 1150, each go single or double, price $350. Apply Record stables, 1129 Marketst. se'2s 3t» LADY'S DRIVING HORSE. 'TOP BOOST. HAR- i ness: for want ol use. 117 Turk cL se2s 71* LINE BUSINESS HORSE: ALSO A STYLISH a saddle pony; mnst besold. 2640 Howard. se'JO l l CELLING 7 OUT— I 4 HEAD OF HORSES AND 0 several buggies on account or removing to the country, ISO 3 lloward st. sel7 lit VI' ORK-HORSES TO HIRE. $15 PER MONTH; " horses, 1050 to 1)00 p nods, lor sale; $50 to $80 apiece. 226 Valencia st. se!2 tf 11' E WILL TRADE LARGE FARM HORSES AND " mures for buy. 62.', Howardst. _au26tf VVAGONS ~ANI> CARRIAGES. 2LIOIIT DELIVERY WAGONS; ALSO LIGHT ii horse; cheap. 1611 O'Farrell sL ■ It* L"OR SALE-EASTERN ROCKAWAY, SLIGHTLY 1 used. in good oreler, complete with pole and shafts; also single rockaway; harness. Overland Freight Transfer Company's warehouse. 47 Bluxoine.se'27 3* T-OR SALE - SECOND-HAND BAKER WAGON, X end spring buggy, new riding-cart aud new fur- uiture express. 757 .Mission st. se'J* 71* 2 SECOND-HAND EXPRESS WAGONS AT 24 — llealest. A. W. SAN HORN E. ■ JyJO tf SEIVINH MACHINES. ' • ALL KINDS OF SEWING JIACHINESTO RENT; $2 per month. 130S Murket st. sel7 14t SEWING MACHINES FOR* SALE AND Re- paired. W. B. HIGiiINS. 528 Hayes St inrl tt dIfJF. NEW YORK OR HELPMATE; BRAND «Jp*_)«J. new; latest; best for $35 sail kinds repaired; rented cheap. J. L. HICKS. 667 Mlsslou. - mrl tf FOB SAIeE-MISC'IiLLA-efEOL-S. »1 THOROUGHBRED JERSEY COWS; PEDI- **-. grees furnished; 2 ponies, ride or drive, slugle or double; also Shetland. K. 11. INGRAM, 1853 Ala- nieda aye., Alameda, se'27 3t* TO BUILDERS— EASTERN SOLID OAK MAM- tel, plate glass, flue design tiling: cheap. Address Builder. Box 109, Call Branch oilice. se27 at* I,'INE ASSORTMENT OF CANARY BIRDS: J cheap. 2136 .Market st. »e27 3t* 1"-OR SALE- CHEAP— A SECOND-HAND SAFE; -T good as new. HEALY'S BOOK STOKE, 14 O'F'arrell st. * seJ6tf H AN PLUSH DOLMAN AND HAT. CALL 113 Mason St.. lower floor. - - c se'JO 3t* BABY-CARRIAGE AND SOFA-BED, NEARLY new, for sale at half price. 1013 Treat avt*,263t* i OOD HUNTING DOG FOR SALE: WELL* 1 ' broke, 1137 Harrison st. - se24 it* TV'EW AND SECOND-HAND SAFES FOR SALE Al cheap. 42 Main st. -...-.■ Ilir3o tf SAFE, SCALE, LETTER-PRESS, TORE- 1 KL'Cl- aud money-till, cheap. 10. Clay -- au'JStf S HEI'ARD FOOT AND l'utVl'lt LATH Bi" HICKS, ageut. 667 Mission st, ■-.'■ se2T tt _ SECOND-HAND BOILERS, ENGINES, PUMP* 10 shaftiug, pulleys, belting, water pipes eta M» INTOSH ,V WOLPMAN. 117 Beale ' det tt ■:'S: .vrruiiM;vs-AT-LAW. •"A'bvkV J VKEE-~^P^ALTY7^DIVIHICE-.: -r\ privately, quick time, le<al everywhere: collec- tions, etc. : terms moderate: no charge unless sue- , cessful: atturueys all courts: estub d 10 years. Law ofllce, ii. W. HOWE A CO.. 20 Kearny it. aulstt - ■-'* DVICE KItEE; DIVORCES A SPECIALY; NO. A publicity- quickest time: legal everywhere; terms reasonable: no charge unless successful; and another ruses at law. both civil and criminal, pushed vigorously; collections. wills, - etc. I : T. - ENGLt-V, ATTORNEYS' ASSOCIATION. 11 Kearny st.je9 6iu OHN A. WALL, ATTORNEY AT LAW. 2JIJ JOHN A. WALL, ATTORNEY 12. LAW. JJJ Sausome St., Roouis 10, 11 aud 12. my 15 Onio \l r W. DA VIbSON,~ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. 410 i V V '. California St.. Rooms 1-1-15: advice tree. d3tt - „■■•■' -.-.-' TO. EEA-sK. ' " '-':. '~, TO LEASE IN OAKLAND-FINE PUBLIC HALL; X splendid opening for a dancing teacher. - Apply ' 320 llrumin St.. Sun Francisco. - - - -' - - se277t* ■ : 'I'll LEASE, GOOD IN VESTMENT, A 7 YEARS' . 1 and 9 months' lease given on 23 tenements south of Market st. bringing In a total rent of $206 monthly! present holder or lease desires to sell same . as soou as possible. .'Apply G. . 11. UMBSEN A CO.. 1* Montgomery sr, ■:. . ■ --■ se4 ThSaTu lm - TO LEASE -LAKGE LOT, WITH IMPROVE* ments, suitable for manufacturing purposes. Ap- ply G. U. UMBSEN A CO., 14 Montgomery 5t.26 7t* ; ; -■*-. :"■ : PERSONALS. pltdl ESSCIIt'cOFFRIETviOLINIST.TinTM'vrr A LOUISE HIGGS, vocal teacher, etc., have re- nioved to 1114 Sacramento St. ■*--.-■ - se'J7 7t* DISTILLED-WAIER ICE IN BLOCKS AT HALF acent a pound. and refrigerators at $10 eacn from 420 Eighth st. will enable any fsmily le enjoy the luxury and save enough In provisions to pay forlL --.--■■ - .... , ... ..- .. lt l-l HEAT FIRE SALE, 23 GRANT AYE: 50 DOZ. VJ ladles' jersey waists and blouses reduced to 36c* former price $l:also 40 doz. fine all-wool icraev waists reduced to ..lie each: former price $1 50. It " I TIR. POPPER, SPECIALIST FOrt ALL FEMAMj it troubles, no matter from what cause; sure lv all cases, 127 Montgomery st. sel tf /NREAT FIRE SALE — $30,000 WORTH W YJ cloaks, suits, wraps, jerseys, etc. Note the fol- lowing special lines: 35 sealette jackets at $-, $7 50 and $10, regular price $10, $15 and $20 25 3/, Imported sealette Jackets, raised sleeve. iH-u'iit,. fully lined and finished, price $12 511, $15, Mil 'M and $22 50. former price $25. $.10, $35 and Ats Come to the BERLIN CLOAK AND SUIT HOUSE' 23 Grant aye,. and see those extraordinary bargains. | TF YOU WANTTO BUILD CHEAPLY CALL AND A see our 4-ruum houses for $1000; 5-room *!.", 6-room houses, $1500. KAIN A CO., architects' 1077 -Market St.. near Seventh. s-.e 7t* pIANO LESSONS BY GERMAN LADY; II i A hour 25 cents. 931 Market, Room 32, my 16 I2,ti CARPETS CLEANED CHEAP. BTEATTON v- \J WHELDEN. 453 Stevenson st. -.,' AT 126 KEARNY. ROOM 9. YOU CAN BORROW money at low rates; private rooms for lae|i__- pledges fur sale; take elevator. au7 tf ' MRS. JAMES CASTELLO, FASHIONABLE dressmaker, 14 Turk st: very reasonable. 2s f... LADIES-CHEAPEST AND MOST BBLIABM. place for finest wig and hair work; warranted natural curly front and back pieces: need no dre... Ing; old hair work made up or dyed equal to new- private rooms for hair-dressing, cutting, bleach:-^ and dyeing. MME. M. DUVAL'S hair parlors, 11. Stockton St., next to Wigwam. seJOSatr I lit. ROBERT JOHN LA GRANGE. MJ Oculist, 806 Van Ness aye.. Sun Francisco: late or Gloucester Gardens. Hyde I'ark.London. Engluioi Oflice hoursjroni II a. m. to 3 p. M. se2> lm rj BEAT 1 RESALE, 23 ORANT AYE.-. I) ALL. VA wool Misses' Jackets, reduced to $1 each: 25 an. wool Ladies' Jackets, reduced to $2 50 each, worth "' , .-.*'- 3t - - T AMPS-DO NOT FAIL TO SEE JANTZEN'S XJ exhibit at the Mechanic's Fair; ask for Juntzcn's lamp, best In the market; 60 caudle-power store- -717 Market st. se2s lm 1 EXPERIENCED TEACHER DESIRES ENGAGE- J inent as visiting governess; music. 728 Uner *■*'■•»■*• ' . se2s 15* 11' IVES AND MOTHERS- INCLOSE 2-CENT " stamp lor circular entitled "Motherhood- How Regulated and Controlled." Address PACIFIC COAST MEDICAL AGENCY, Mart? , , S,_*"* T ADY ARTIST WISHES FEW MORE PI i' . JJ reasonable terms. Address Artist. Box j so. i iti Branch offlce. e-J5 3t* 11' ANTED-BY A WIDOW, AN ELDERLY KAN "to help work 160 seres or redwood and tun- bark land; a little cash very desirable: object matri- mony. Address Lady, care Superintendent, it.„k- port. Mendlcliio Co., Cal. se_4 7t* VERY IMPORTANT TO HOUSEKEEPERS--. I When they can sell men's east-oil cl.etbes at their own price by sending .still to 612y» Laziou St.. aud I will call at once. -pj _ 7i« Cj.^^ REWARD FOR ANY CASE OF RHE I 7. «J — tlsm, neuralgia, gout, liver, kidney or stomach troubles that DR. C. 11. WEBB'S II 1 MON) lulls to cure. 40 O'FARRELL St.: $1 per bottle, il for $5. Send for circulars: consultation fre-. 21 l'm AIME. SLATER. WONDERFUL TRANCE M:.- -111 dium; just from Europe; lociteel 11 Taylor st. . 10 to 5. seJl Tl- DIVORCES. WILLS. ETC. FRANK KENNEDY,' XJ Attorney. 83 Murphy Building. 12 tl BE ADVISED IN TIME AND SAVE MONEY IIY purchasing a merchant tailor-made 3or but- ton cutaway suit, suitable for business or dress, lor $20. made liv an artist tailor for $40. original MISFIT CLOTHING PARLORS, cor. Post and Du- pont sts. BUTTON-HOLES AND BUTTONS MADE, PINK- lug latest style, plaiting. 18 O'Farrell. seJo tf EST EASY AND SAVE MONEY*, AS WE li AV K trousers of the latest designs and styles for $4, made by the best merchant tailors for $8 to £10. ORIGINAL MISFIT CLOTHING PARLORS - , * Post and Dupout sts. -^ C OLOMBAT'S 'FRINGE AND TRIMMING MAN. nractory, 113 O'Farrell, opp, old place, se 16 3m MAN OF 1.1.11111.11 MEANS CAN DKl.s. \» well as the millionaire by purchasing a mer- chant tailor-made nobby sack suit for $15. made by a merchant tailor for $30. ORIGIN al Mi. Mr CLOTHING PARLORS, cor. Post and Dupont sts. ADVICE FREE: DIVORCES A SPECIALTY; SO publicity; terms reasonable; no fee unless suc- cessful, and costs advanced to reliable purlins. CHARLES ABIGER, attorney, 120 Sutter street. Room 79. au!7tl GOOD BUSINESS INVESTMENT CAN BE made by purchasing a merchant tailor-ma business suit for $15, made by a leading merchant tailor tor $30. ORIGINAL MISFIT CLOTHING PARLORS, cor. Post and Dupont sts. CCORDION PLEATING DONE AT MME. BLHOL'S,SO9 Sutter (formerly 118 McAllister): branch ofllce, MME MICHAUX'. 116 McAllister. tt C.OME IMMEDIATELY AND SAVE TROUBLE i and expense by buying a merchant tmHor-made dress overcoat for $12, made by a Chicago merchant tailor for $28. ORIGINAL MISFIT CLOTHINU PARLORS, cor. Post and Dupout sts. INVALID LADIES-SURE, SAFE, BEST CURE A all cases; monthly periods restored In few hours; no failure; family secret, safeguard: consult In"*. confident!**, only DR. D'ANTHAN, 229 Kearny sl: 0-4; sterility, weakness, apathy, palu, ulcerscurei.'.l I -"OR A STYLISH, WELL-FITTING SUIT TO order go to SCHEIBLI. 539 Clay St. selu' lm 11- ATCHES CLEANED AND WARRANTED, 750 II at WEN /.EL 260 Third st. ■ JylStf PERFECT-FITTING DRESSES MADE IN 24 hours for $15. $20, $25: goods ail found: also ready-made suits, MRS. M. DAVIS. 234 Taylor sl, tt LOANS MADE ON LIFE INSURANCEJ'OLICIES. Mercantile Hank, New Chronicle niuk als it»- ON THEINSTALLMENT PLAN -DR*W' silks, sealskin and sealette cloakst also carpets, furniture, laee-curtalns, blankets and toldleig-bc.lj at M. FRIEDMAN A CO.'S, 22. and 230 Stockton BL Why pay ready money when yon can buy Just as cbeap by making a smalt cash payment dowa, balance weekly or monthly ? An Inspection of .ear stock Is respectfully solicited; orders ley mall tor goods or samples promptly attended to. __- and 280 Stockton St.. cor. Post: open evenings, apl2tf lADIES, "SEND FOR OCR PAMPHLETS— WE 1 J have something new which will save you trou- ble: price $5. Address KIRKWOOD HARD 1:1 ' »- BER CO.. Market and Jones, 4tb floor, Room 121, San Francisco: send stamp: lady agents wanted. 6 •.; LADIES-OUK SYRINGES AND SAFEGUARDS Xj for especial use, save lots of trouble anxiety. Acme Rubber Co.. 235 Kearny St. SeT ;l::i THE ONLY COURT COSMETICS TO HE Ob- tained In this city at MME. ELISE'S, 704 Sutter It.; letters from nobility. anl tf ACCORDION PLAITING (GENUINE) AT SHORT -.'V notice; also pinking, stamping and button- holes: country orders solicited. 137 Sixth. au3ltf "ft"' "». _ FOX A DOZEN CABINETS WITH ONE -v. Oil beautiful colored picture and gilt Trans - at WILSON'S Gallery, 22 Kearuy st, my_s Qui PRIVATE HOME IN CONFINEMENT. 961 Folsom St., MRS. M. E. RQe.ERS, Midwife, aS If LARGEST STOCK, LARGEST STOKE, LOWEST price: easiest terms on new and second-hand furniture aud carpets, stoves and ranges; highest price paid for second-band goods; open evening.;. 1017, 1019, 1021, 1023 Mission sl, bet. Sixtn and Seventh, J, NOONAN, uu7 if FOLDING BEDS — EXAMINE OCR NO. 1001 x mirrored with large plate 18x40; walnut, oak anl cberry; cash price elsewhere $65; our Installment price ouiy $50. M. FRIEDMAN A CO., 228-230 Stockton St.. cor. Post: open evenings. ap!6 tf CiAST.OFF CLOTHING —JEWELRY BOUGHT 1 aud sold; highest price paid. 112. ■/_ MarkeL tf DEMOREST PATTERNS; FALL STYLES CATA- I logues free. Agency 430 Sutter st- Jy3 3in ■ J DRESSMAKING— STYLES; REASON- ' able prices: orders by mall promptly executed; tt guaranteed. MKS, M. DE HAG AN, 967 Mission. -in POSITIVE CURE FOR CATARRH, BRONCHITIS, asthma. Wilson's Inhaler, 229 Kearuy. jes tf VI ONEY LOANED ON ARTICLES: EVERY DE- Dl scrlption of collateral; old gold and sliver bought. COLEMAN'S. 413 d sL. San Francisco. m3i) lON ABLE DRESSMAKING AT MRS. r DARLING'S. 710*6 Taylor st. yy'JS t f_ HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR CAST-OFF CLOTH Ing. gold, jewelry, books. KLEIS, 109 Sixth.;: PIONEER CARPET-HEATING MACHINES D» the best work. J. SPAULDING A CO.. 353 Te- haniasL; telephone 3010. ap!2tf C~_RPET-CLEANINO, SO PER YARD; CHEAP* J est and best In the city. J. E. MITCHELL CO.. 230 Fourteenth st. apJtf ADVICE FREE: DIVORCES A SPECIALTY: no publicity: terms reasonable; no fee unices successful; costs advanced for reliable persons. Ad- dress Attorney. P. O. Box 1922, S. F, grig tf CITY STEAM CARPET BEATING AND KEN '• vatlng works: dyeing and cleaning. 24snd2ii Eighth St. U. H. STEVENS, proprietor. . J)9 6m YOU CAN BUY YOUR FURNITURB ON IN- -1 stailmeiits; easy terms. BAKE BROA, 32:1 til S24HayessL, bet. Franklin and Uuagh. mriatr OMPLEXINE POWDER OH CREAM FOR EACH. and bauds: Invisible, harmless; JJc. A I DU- BOIS', Clay A Leavenworth. A all druggists, Jy2 3in piRPETS THOROUGHLY CLEANED WITIIOCT , Lbeullns: refitting carpets a specialty. CON KLIN BROS.. 333 Golden Gate sve,: telephone 21 Jb, 11.. UJ AISTS C- T. FITTED, STITCHED. COLLAR. V» Sleeves In; skirt cut, stit.lioel. braid drapery belts put on; $3. MME. MICHAUX. 116 McAlllstr. \X IN DOW SHADES MANUFACTURED TO OR- »» der by WILLIAM Mi-Pill 1196 Market. 2UI « RTIFICIAL PAVEMENIS-L. BAUER. COX- A tractor, rock and brick work. 3015 Buchanan, tt UoRTRAIIS ENLARGED LN INDIA INK. I criieen, water colors and pastel. 1 «l5o 1 or- trait V:.. 1221 Market ,1.. TJ. if 1 lill'.N. M'-T. gO tf ' l)ltKS*-).>ITKKRsT " ~~ -; KS.fCv. BROAD WELL," ST. ANN'S I II'- A Ink. first floor, line dressmaking; prices ream it *■ able, _??._- . 3t»A^ GOWNS CUT, STITCHED AND DRAPED FOR \J $3- latest fashions and perfect fit guaranteed. Also the S. I. Taylor systsm taught by MRS. L. P. W 1 A N 1,11 fl eary St. se23 1 111 MISS AGNES IvELTER. REMOVED l O 857 MS i»I sion St.. near Filth; stylish suits from $3 50 up: cutting and Ittrlnc a specialty; 75c; perfect rtt.ap? it w . ME. TLI.SHI'.R'S SCHOOL 11. DRESt-CUT? I*l ten.i; aud dress-making, 203 Powell st —I am using your system with entire satisfaction: It Is the only system by wbich you can cut a dress to ft: per- fectly^ MRS. M. A. BROWN, ■ aulll 6euo ATTENTION. LADIES!— SUITS MADE; Mil- isb draping; perfect fit: work finished on time. 1028 V*. Tweuty-secoud St., i. block above Valencia; best city references. . •- * ■ se!3 151* STYLISH DRESS-MAKINO AT I REASON ABLB prices. 44 Hartford, ur, 19th and Castro. se7 tf DRESS-CUTTING TAUGHT THOROUGHLY BY authentic French tailor system. OKI PosL)els liil "- ~Y .MA.SAOE. ' b ITH C. ROB_3»Tsri_LECTRICIAN ; LADY AT- teudauts: hours 10 to 10; 150 Mission. se'Jß 7t Z- ROSE CLEVELAND hKOM NEW YORK; . Lily from Markot. Room l'J. 2li?t» MISS JOHNSON. 110 EDDY ST.. ROOM 11. - .'■•■■ -'.* .■- "■ c- .-■ ■' ; - -i se26 7t* ROSA HERBERT; YOUNG FORTUNE-TELLER; 60c and $1. 659 Missions!, upstairs. se'Jl Tt Q*l 7 O'F-ARRELL— MME. HANSON AND xssis OX I taut; salt water and vapor baths; massage cures rheumatism: spiritual sittings.. .- sets Into - MASSAGE— DE FOREST. NUCLEUS House, cor. Third and Market, Room is. 1 13 tf OSE DELAFONT— BEST MASSAGE 917 MAR-" ket su Parlors 3 ami 4. -irianawijsi - my2l tt Sp **_------_—.---—---..■ mmmmmmmmmmmm^mmmmmmmmum ■ N.'.S.47*f___lßAl_H KKSOKTS. '_.'.. ii ■. • .-r..- . ARIEFARM^ BA.V_XcLAR A CO.: OPEN all year; picturesque scenery; fishing, hunting: circular showing house. McCURRIE, Box 19, Gllroy.