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THE MORNING CALL,
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TIIK CALL'S CALENDAR,
OCTOBEE, 1890.
Sn.j M. | I. I W. Th.| V. 18. Moon's rb»se».
1 - 3 1 4 /f\ Oct. nth.
, — >}— ' last Quarter.
5 6 7 8 9 10 11 i
-> 1 — ©Oct. 1301.
14 15 16 [ 17 [ 18 'Sf New Moon.
19 SO SI 22 23J24 23 ,->. Oct. 20tn.
1 1 : — *JJ First Quarter.
•J6 27 28 -9 JO 31
J &Si Oct. "27111.
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SATUUUAY. '. .. rOBI R 18. 18' JO
NOTICE!
Any of our patrons who fail to find
THE MOKNING CALL for sale by
traiii-boys will confer a favor by noti
fying this office of the fact, naming the
date and train.
NO CHINESE EMFLOIED.
The Los An^t!. . /,, eg prints two nffi
- from miners who worked in the King
mine at Calico and al;o in the Oro Grande
Del Markharr! was Superintendent
in v\ hie !i the statement is made that during
that period no Chinese were employed in
either of those mines. <'n ihe other haud,
tbe 1 prints a letter purporting to
have been written by Colonel Markham con
cerning ihe employment of Chinese, which
would mdii i binese were employed
uuder another Superintendent, but the Ex
aminer cautiously qualifies the assertion
that Markham was the writer of the loiter
by the words "if the letter be genuine. ' It
is reasonably clear that the Examiner does
j I believe the letter to be genuine, but
has printed it as such in tbe bone that it
divert a few votes from tiie Republi
can ticket.
A .V.ISIIT BPEAK.ES.
Buckley's ex-candidate for Mayor made a
!i at tlie Democratic ratification meet
ing Thursday night in which be referred to
1 aa ;i misfit speaker. Mr. McCoppin'a
modesty bas always been in the way of his
.1! advancement, but the display of it
I - never been mi re consi icuous than in
the present campaign. Ho might bare been
ley's candidate for May. r, but is not;
be 1. Iglit bave been Buckley's candidate fur
Congressman for the Fourth District, but is
cot; he might have bad a voice in shaping
ckley platform, but had none. It is
: — ible to limit the heights of political
preferment to which Mr. McCoppin might
have risen had not his proverbial modesty
stood in his way. Mr. McCoppin was in
one sense a inisri: speaker at the Democratic
ratification. Buckley had ruthlessly \v:t!i
drawn the platform upnn which McCoppin
■:i nominated. While McCoppin was
_ upon the advantages of a bonded
debt and a hi.^h rate of taxation, Duekley
vai constructing a dollar-limit platform.
McCoppin on a dollar-limit platform would
bo clear;;.' a nihiit. In his speech Mr. Mc-
Eerred with some bitterness to the
whu-h have kept San Francisco
;i:iio:ig large American cities free
<l>>bt. So Jar as The Call may be
regarded iis n:.e of these influences we ac
cept tl>.e respcni-ibilitv. The people have
h*d more tban •■ne opportunity to choose
between tlie MeCoppln policy of mortgaging
tlie city for tin- benefit of speculators and
The ('all's policy of '" pay as you go."
The three municipal platforms now before
tilic testify aa to the people's choice.
>o party or detachment of a party dared to
go l>ef. re the people without a dollar-limit
in its platform. Looking over the
McCoppin evidently considered
liiius-- :. Tlie depressing effect of
liis niisfir speech was in a measure dissi-
I by the appearance of a charming
young lady who v.arbled something about
" Pond and Victory," apparently in serene
unconsciousness (f the misfit association of
ideas.
Olli JIMOl; SENATOR.
Senator Hearst's ow n paper tells how S--n
--;. i t Hi arst ci Dliibnted to the enactment of
the McKinley bill. The sporting Senator
C aims in effect that while he h:>d notsuffi
ence t( prevent the bill from be
coming a law, be had sufficient Influence to
I iption of the provisions in the
bill wh Ich chiefly interest Californian=.
Since it was a foregone conclusion that the
bill would pan, the Senator says he went to
w ;k to get all the protection for the products
of California that he could. This is a some
what brassy attempt to steal Republican
thunder. The Republican majority deeded
what pr ivisiona ->hn!il<] be accepted and what
rejected. The Xt-publicans were not in
fluenced by the efforts cf a Senator to cpt
protects n for the products of hij i \vn State,
while voting against clauses in the bill tose
(i re protrctian for the products of other
States. Ourjurior Senator has not conde
scended to inform the public why protection
is good for California and bad for the rest of
the country. The Democrats occupy a pe
culiar position. They claim that the major
ity of the party is neither entitled to the
credit of beneficial legislation nor res, on»i
ble for injurious legislation. For example,
they have asserted that the Republican
mini rlty of the last Legislature was re
spcn-ible fur the extravagant appropriations
which increaspd the tax rate to 7J.0- cents
c hundred dollars; and now oar junior
Senator comes to the front with the ns-er
tiou that the Democrats directed the legls-
I ition i f thelast session of Congress. They
evidently do not perceive the impolicy of
claiming humanity for the work of a Demo
cratic Legislature while asking to be credited
with the work cf a Republican Congress.
The] gical conclusion from this position is
that the Democrats would be Bepublicans
if the Republicans had not get ahead of
them.
•• EXHIIJIT U."
"Exhibit H" is evidently designed to yilay
the part in the present campaign that tie
Morey letter was designed to play in 1880.
"Exhibit II" purports to be a true copy of
a letter iiltd in the L<s Angeles Superior
Court in the ease of Conger et al. vs. JhirU
liam. The JBcaminer lias on successive days
presented what it asserts to be a fac-simile
of the letter of llaikliam. Uut the value of
this fai-simile as evidence is somewhat im
paired by the fact that the document on file
i- Dot in Markham's writing, l>ut in the
characterless letters of a type-writer. Such
at least is the assertion of parties in a posi
tion to know the truth of the ease. People
who watched the course of tho Arnold trial
are prepared for a device of this nature on
the part of the Examiner. A journal which
would keep even in its employ persons who
have been convicted morally of conspiring
to blackmail might naturally not hesitate to
make use of forged documents in a political
campaign. __^____^___
TIN I'LATE.
In view of preparations to e=t;ib'!sli the
tin-plate industry iv the United States,
J)c;i]iicratic jmpers would do well to !pt re
sults determine the wisdom of the change
in tlif tariff which puts these enterprises in
motion. There Is every prospect that within
five years the United States will manu
facture all the tin plate tin-re is a demand
for in the country, and at rates lower than
those prevailing when tie MeKinli-y bill
was passed. The history of steel-iail manu
factures is likely to be repeated. The free
traders denounced the tariff rates which set
the iron and steel industry in motion in this
country as bitterly as they now denounce
the rates od tin plate. Tiiere waa some ex
eiise for the blindness of the free-traders
when the outcome of protection was prob
lematical, but since results have been visible
in almost every branch of industry not to
see argues willful blindness.
MB. McCOl'l'lN'S VOLITICB.
We notice that om friend UeCoppin is
somewhat exercised because Thk Cai.i. did
not favor Urn as a candidate for Mayor of
ban Francisco <>a Buckley** ticket. Of
course we regret that Mr. McCoppln is
aggrieved because lie eai.uot obtain office,
no matter what may be the condition of
affairs. It is possible, however, that the
gentleman lias beld office so frequently
since lie came to California that he believes
he lias rights in that direction which no
one should dispute. When ilr. MeOoppin
ran for Mayor of San Francisco we
thought he bad peculiar views in relation to
the disposition of the outside lands, hence
we opposed his election, but since then we
have seldom interfered with his office-hold
ing propensities. We were determined, how
ever, in early days to have a park, and as we
supposed some of Air. MeCoppin's friends
wished to gobble up tlio outside lands we so
stilted. We advocated the selection of parks
from the lands which the city owned and a
division of the balance into homesteads,
which were to be fdven to the people. We
succeeded in (elation to the park, but the
grabbers obtained me st of the outside lands,
Which are now worth one hundred million
dollars. It was a grand idea to give every
man "a homestead" from land which be
longed to the city, but 3lr. JlcCoppin's
frieuds outwitted the people by sending
tricksters to the Legislature who gave the
land to a few persons In hundred or more
acre tracts. Mr. McCoppin, it is true, did
secure an indictment against ns, as he gays,
but a court decided that Mr. M sCoppin was
not libeled. To close with the gentleman,
who seems aggrieved because Tin: Cai.i,
did not permit him to assist Buckley's
lambs into office, we will say that we ex
pect the next time Mr. McCoppln obtains
cilice that he will send us a note thanking us
for treating him fairly, as he has in some in
stances heretofore.
NEWSPAPERS AGAIN.
Our neighbors of the Examiner as the pub
lic must have seen are very friendly toward
Tin. Cai.i., l< r the paper often notices us in
a personal way, which i= doubtless intended
fur our in od. At any iate we !>a\e tried to
dial as fairly with the proprietor of the
Examiner rs be las with us. Perhaps we
have not said as much as was cood lor the
young man, who, it was urged, had been
living in a curious sort of way at Snusaiito.
lie this as it may we not : cs that joung
■ U net pler.ssd with t c remark which
The Call made a few da\s in speak
ing of the plans of the elder Hearst for bis
removal to STew Y"ik, where his personal
;u:i,!is v. aid be more likely to be io-t sg.it
of. We are still of the opinion, as then ex
pi -id, that i: would be better for both
father and sun to go to >"e\v York, where
there would be large field for enterprise and
where money will cover a multitude of sins.
United Stales Beaatorships, we would also
suggest, are just as easily secured iv New
Yoik by rich men as they are in C ilifornia,
and we cannot but believe that Tammany
wonld welcome both father and son with
c pen arms if they would invest t-.\o or three
nnlii 'iis of dollars in a newspaper for the
benefit of Tammany's rub 1 . Undoubtedly
Senator Hearst knew what be was about
when he said he would have a newspaper iv
that city, aud if be cuuld not purchase one
be would start one.
BOCTUEKN CONGRESSMEN.
The Democrats base tiieir hopes of con
trolling tlie next House on the dinners of
og fo Uiern Democrats in the places
■ r B uthern Republicans. There are twenty
fonr Republicans from IS' uthern States in
the preiii.t Congress, and tlie Democrats
think that tiny can gain twenty or twenty
le ol Ihi se seats. Mich repults may possi
bly be obtained. The ] OlitJcal methods by
which twenty oiid Democratic members
fxi in ihc South were n ] 01 ted a^ elected "ill
if applied lo t!:e districts now represented
by lie publicans insure a nearly solid Demo
cratic reprt'Hfntatinn f:cm the Soutb. Bat
it is safe to say that if the Southern States
return a so.il Democratic delegation to tbe
House, ann thereby gain control of that
body, it will be the last ilou.-i' they carry for
years. The inevitable resnlJ .>f a solid
South will be a solid North. The minority
Fiction is rerlain to be liser in a contest
which arrays section against section.
A HINT.
Tl c 1 nbllc me finilirt: out thnt there is a
goird deal of news published in The Caix
w l:i.li docs not api tar in those newspapers
which are owned by corporations or which
are subsidized. A corporation pnper gives
its readers unly such news as WO) benefit
corporations, while a subsidized paper gives
its reauui= sui h news as it is paid for.
1I)I1U|;1AI, NOTES.
" Not a few New York Democrats of national
ideas freely express the opinion that the party
will make a mistake should it go into me next
national canvass on the laiill as an Issue," was
the Mali 'fin telegrapbcd recently to Hie Pitt".
burg Dispatch by ■ star! correspondent. "Among
the thoughtful men of political Influence looking
beyond factional .New York toward the next
Bti i:gf;l'' for nalloualsupienincy,'! he added, "are
Democrats whose oi In lons aie entitled to weight
lv the national councils who are quick to recog
nize the fact that while the taiiil question Is not
settled satisfactorily to the 1) mocracy as a
body. it Is settled lor the pie?ent. Not
for ail time, peihaps, bat it is practically
settled for the present. Any disposition looking to
the reopening of the tanS agitation during toe
next lew years will be fi owned upon by Hie gen
eral business coininiiniiy. and any an of ihenext
National Democratic Cunveuilou that predicates a
change of the tariff system upon national Demo
cratic success will be simply suicidal." "The
party must not co into battle on a dead issue,"
it-marked one of these solid Democrats to the
writer. "We were sqtiarelv beaten Ihe lan time
on tue tariff issue with our tariff reloriii candi
date. Itight or wiong, we were beaten. 11, c
present tariff lav/ is the result."
One of the most remarkable leper lazaretto?
outside of the Isle of Moll Is that located on
au Island In the lake four miles fiom HaraealbOi
where 125 lepers aie quarantined and main
tained by the Venezuelan Government. It Is es
timated that tilt-re are many more of these tin
foitunaiei at large in Maracaibo ana Us environs
who will be apprehended soon ami sent to the
lazaretto. Consul Plnmacber, in a report to the
State Department on 111 s» afflicted ward* of the
Venezuelan Government, calls particular alien,
tion to the cafes of two children whose parents
were lepers, but whose offspring never showed a
trace of the disease, ltecently ono of thechll
(lien, having reached the age of 14 years. w.is
allowed to return to society after having been
formally pronounced fiee from leprosy by a
board or txiient. These cases have be n exten
sively cited as an evidence of the puzzling charac
ter of the disease, but whether leprosy can he
cured is a question to which experience on this
leper island gives a negative answer. '. .'<'
The telephone was put to novel use during Hie
ISirchall trial at Woodstock, Ontario. As the
couit-room was unable lo accommodate the
crowds In atlendaaee, an entct prising bonlface
utilized a Drtfiit Idea to advantage. He managed
to have a large telephone receiver placed m IDC
court-iooin near (be .luace. mid ii was connected
with twenty le'ei hones in Ills hotel. Heie those
anxious to Hscritaln what was tinnst'lrlug were
allowed me privilege of listening for a certain
leuglh of tune fur -3 cents a lie. id.
lie wild rusb of paalc-strlekea children
at the Chicago school (lie yesterday. in
which twenty were cm-hed and trampled
on, shows the necessity of constantly prac
ticing (he minis In i lie lire drill. As the
fire was an insignificant one, the children.
if they had been pioperly drilled, would in all
probability have escaped without Injury. The
drill iseverywheie now renamed as a most tm.
put la m part of school training. It Is not only an
effective safeguard asalust the dancer of panic,
but Is also good exercise.
Impoitcrs will watch with considerable Inter
terest the proceeding! of tlm new Hoard of Gen
eral Appraisers. It Is staled that some of the
members of the board have already ascertained
euougli to Justify the belief that for many years
certain Eastern Inn.orurs Dave been defrauding
tne (Joveniuicut by means of undervaluation,
connived at by dishonest employes of the cus
toms service.
A number of public spirited citizens of Chicago,
Interested In astronomical matters, are en
deavoring to raise a fund for the construction of
a telescope with a lens sixty Inches in diameter.
II they keep on increasing tin- capacity of
telescopes at this rate it may cot be long before
the speculation-, as to whether Ihe planet Mais
is Inhabited are seined.
Two Mar* Divorcrg,
Alls. Sarah M. McC'urry has sued for it
divorce from Kichard McC'urry, and Mrs.
Ai.nir Kerr deniand9 alrgul at paration from
ii. T. Kerr.
THE MORNING CALL. SAN FRANCISCO. SATURDAY. OCTOBP:R 18, 1890-EIGHT PAGES.
RELIGION'S REALM.
Notes of General Interest From
the Chiii-clies.
There is nn urgent need for a third Cath
olic church in Spokane Falls. Wash., there
being at present over COOO Catholics in that
city.
Detroit's new Catholic Club-house, corner
of Wilcox street and Barclay place, will be
'JOxlOOfeet, with gymnasium, readiac-rooni,
etc., furnished in mahogany, oat and ash,
to cost §30,000.
The Centrist party papers of Germany are
urging the bishops to issue a strong state
ment on social questions, believing it to be
an opportune time.
Rev. Charles O'Reilly, the Treasurer of
the Irish National League of America, hr.s
three years' leave of absence from Bishop
Boley, which he intends to devote to an im
portant theological work.
Right Rev. Mgr. Kershaw of Barton-upon-
Irwell, who died on May 31st last, at the age
of 74 years, left the bulk of his estate, valued
at £25,272, to the Right Rev. Dr. Vaughan,
Bishop of Salford, for his own use and
benefit.
Archbishop Corrigan lias appointed M._t.
McDonnell, his private secretary, Spiritual
Director of the Catholic Club of New York
to succeed the late Vicar-General Donnelly.
Senor Urdancda, the representative of the
. republic of Venezuela at the Vatican, has
arranged lor thirty Sisters of Chanty to
proceed from Italy to South America to
take charge of the leper hospitals and asy
lums in Venezuela.
New South Wales is rapidly increasing in
Catholic population. Recent statistics ex
hibit the gratifying fact that the Catholic
body has increased liI.OSS members during
the last live years.
According to the Polish papers the Rus
sian Government lias forbidden tiie erection
of roadside crucifixes in Poland, and has
ordered the removal of some of those already
in existence.
"■ • .;, AMOXO THE GHUBCHES.
During the months of October and No
vember the Methodist laity are to vote on
the question whether women shall be admit
ted to the General Conference, the legis
lative body of the church.
The will of Roswell W. Cook of Green
field, Mass., makes tlie American Missionary
Association and the Home Missionary Su
cit-ty residuary legatees of about $7.">,0U0.
Tlie Rev. Dr. Phil pott, the Chuich of En
gland Bishop of Worcester, who is now 82
years of age, has announced his resigna
tion.
At Minneapolis, Minn., on September 13th,
the corner-stone of a building for the
YouniE Men's Christian Association was laid
with appropriate ceremonies. There will be
an audience-room seating 900; also a £>"'
--nusium mid n itatoriuin.
Four teachers bave just left the church in
Painesviile, Ohio, to work in the South for
the American Missionary Association.
The Primitive Methodists of South Aus
tralia, who recently celebrated their jubilee,
report 148 churches and preaching-places,
with 29 ministers; 200 local preachers, '■'■''"'>
members, 97 Sunday-schools aud tiuis
scholars.
Three year? ago the Congregational
churches of SedalM anil St. Joseph, Mo.,
were receiving aid Irom the Home Mission
ary Society. Now they nre each erecting
houses of worship that will cost about
$25,000.
'lbs total membership of the We-leyan
Methodist Connection in Gr?at Britiau is
123,615, and during the year 47,207 new mem
bers were received. The present number on
trial lor church membership is 28,020.
THE HEBREW FAITH.
The Louisville Y. M. 11. A. has a line gym
nasium, and thus muscle as well us mind
can be cultivated to advantage.
Tulla Massarinl, the poet, who has just
been elected an honorary member of the
Academy of St. Ltkia, is the first Jew to
attain that houur.
Rev. Dr. Louis Grqssmann of Detroit has
been re-elected for live years, amid great
enthusiasm, as rabbi of Congregation Beth-
El, lie has hold this position for the past
six years, lie is one of the products el the
Hebrew Union College.
Thousands of Jews have within the past
few yean gone to Palestine to abide there,
and tens nl thousands are anxious to follow
in their footsleps.
The Jewish Hospital Association of Colo
rado recently made their linal payment on a
tract of land finely situated for their pur
poses on the coiner of Jackson street and
Colfax avenue, Denver. The association
contemplates breaking ground for a hand
somo structure this fall or in the early
spring.
CAKEFLL MBS. EVANS.
She Would Not Sign » I>eed I mil Paid
Her Good Gold.
"I wouldn't make over the deed that time,
your Honor," said Mrs. liridget Evans to
.Judge Bearden yesterday when trying to ex
plain her conduct in refusing to give a deed
to certain real estate which she hail agreed
to sell.
"Yon agreed to take $1425 for the prop
erty, did you not?" she was asked.
"Yes."
"Then why did you decline to sign the
deed ?"
"That I ran toll you all mighty quick. It
was because I wanted them to put the
money, good gold., mind you, in my lap first.
When they refused to do that 1 .-ays to my
self, says i, they're up to some tricks of edu
cation or the law, and I'll not trust 'em. I'm
no lawyer you sec, and I had to protect my
self in my own way."
ben told that the purchaser was en
tirely trustworthy, ami that she was in no
danger of losing her. money, she said that
she is not willing to~ sell now as the prop
erty has advanced in value.
j
A " TKUSTY " KSCAPES.
He Takes French I *--w of a Careless
OfHcrr on Hie Street.
George Mnller, a "trusty" In the City
Prison, undergoing a sentence of 300 days'
imprisonment lor assault, escaped yesterday
from Policeman Supple while being taken
from the Centra] to the Southern Police Sta
tion.
Jluller had served cue-third of his^term.
lie was considered » good worker among the
"trusties," ami frequently was given out
side wort. The Southern Station wanted a
cleaning yesterday morning, and he was se
lected to wash down the cells and assembly
room. . Officer Supple, who drives the pris
oners' van, took him over, but permitted
Muller to go into a store, on Fourth street
to buy thing, while lie remained talk
ing politics on the street. Muller took ad
vantage of the opportunity, ami escaped
through a side door. The police had not
heard of his present whereabouts night
A I t\ r' . anil n Thong-tiwl.
Mrs. 15eitha Kiuiball lias been granted a
divine from Uatdiner C. Kimball on the
ground of habitual intemperance, and lias
been awarded SlOOOas her share of tbe com
munity property. -
COCOANUT Ices, UGc per pound. Townsend's. •
Visit name of Gettysburg, Market and Tenth.*
CAi.ii'oii.MA glace li nit, 50c 11). Towusend's.*
Peaks' Is trie purest and best Soap ever made.*
Two pounds cream mixed candy In Japanese
baskets, only 50c. TowusendV, l'alace Hotel.*
GsXAT sale (few days) llncsi eye-glasses, specs,
20c to Goo. 66 Fourth street, next to bakery. •
Yacht Club EbcjCPTIOM.— The Pacific Yaclit
Club will give auolner iece|itlou at its club-bouse
at Sausalilo next tialuiday.
Si.i: Towuseud's caudles manufactured at the
fair. -C -_ 1 -_____^______ •#
Sii.i.ivan & Mi. I.ivan, attorneys - at- law.
have irmnvcd their offices to Nevada Block,
Booms 31, 32. 33 and 88. - * -
Aioirm i> TO Tit r..— Marcus J. Willd
lieincr and Felix 11. Merzbach were admitted to
practice yesterday la liie United Stales District
Court. - • - ■ ■-. -
J.l'.CuTTKH'sOi.Dllouuno.v.— This celebrated
«ln>ky is for sale by all ll mt rials druggists and
gioccrs. Trademark— star within a shield. •
Usiike Advisement. — The habeas corpus
case o( Ah Kit whs heard yesterday by Judgn
Ha wiry 111 the (United Stales Circuit Court, anil
taken under advisement until next Monday.
11l moral— M. Mill .siln: Hit's Kit'ffHiit Mew
.. •SI Bat-Store.
M. Metissdorfler, the well-known hatter, who
baa occupied the corner of Hush and Montgom
ery streets for the past twenty-one years, has
lemovi'd to Ins new quarters, 113 Montgomery
Miff t, opposite the Occidental Hole), which has
been opened with the largest assortment of the
flout h.n«. Friends and the public at laige are
respectfully invited. ; .*. •
Santa Rosa's Basks.— The Santa Kosa
Bank, wl.cn examined by Commissioners tier,
beiding and Duusmuir, showed $792,632 CO re
sources and Mainlines, and the Exchange hank
of Santa 80rn 9156,811 01..
I.eeturo in St. TsnntiiiH Church.
On Sunday evening, October lOtb, at 8 o'clock,
Itcv. Fallier Bad* will deliver a lecture in St.
lunaliuH 1 l:ii i i'li for the benellt of the n v, catlie
dial. 'i lie subject will be: '• The lteasnnable
ni'<-« o[ Catholic ISelief." Admission fiee m all.
Xno coilertluu taken up arier the lecture will be
;i|>l lied lo tliu uew cathedral fund. •
Eeakonahlenf.bs ok lathoi.k isji. — Rev.
Fallwr Sasla will deliver a lecture Iv St. lenulius
('lunch 10-morrow Fveuiup, Hie proceeds tn be
i l . \,r to to I lie i i-iirlit ot Ihe new (athedtal.
ills siilijeol will be: "l'lie Keasouableness ol
[I: e Catholic beliel."
CKAZED BY A GHASTLY JOKE.
A Ynung Man li.uijKl for Fan by Kansas
White <' >!>>.
An outrapcous and almost fatal practical
joke upon William Snmner, a youns man,
from Victor, Mitchell County, Kans., has
just been brought to light in Kansas City,
310., whither the father of the young man
has just brought him to see If ho cannot be
cured of the insanity caused by the joke.
After repeatedly written warnings from
anonymous White Caps of his neighbor
hood, that yonng Stunner had better cease
his visits us a lover to the home of Mi*s
Lilian Gregg, he was caught one night re
cently by the make-believe while caps, just
after he had left the home of his worthy
sweetheart.
The practical jokers, all in white caps,
soon surrounded and took possession of him,
bound and blindfolded him, placed him back
upon liis iiorse. hitched a noose aliout his
neck, threw the tipper end of the line over
the limb of a tree, ordered the victim to
Stand up in his saddle and started his horse
Off amid thn promiscuous firing of pistols.
The place selected by the j kers was a deep
cut, and when William stood up his feet
were just on the level with the ground.
The rope was so arranged that when the
horse walked from under him he would
swins off to the side of the bank and be
left standing on the ground. All went as
prepared until the young man's feet touched
the erounfl, but instead of his standing on
his feet) his knees bent under him, and he
was almost killed before, they could extri
cate him.
As soon as they realized his situation they
placed him on his horse and took him home,
where they left him. and his father found
him a little alter midnight lyini! unconscious
upon tiie ground, with an ugly mark or ring
around his neck. T::e son could only be
aroused long enough to tell by degrees his
terrible story— for the whole frightful tarce
had been made to seem as real to him as if
tlm White taps were in earnest— and then
relapsed into an idiocy or insanity from
which ho will probably not recover. The
elder Mr. Stunner Bays ho will leave his son
in the care of the best physicians, and
then return to his homo with good de
tectives and ferret out t bo perpetrators of
the derd und prosecute them to the full ex
tent of the law.— Philadelphia Kecord.
I.lrtsntinc Forestrrs.
Rlembers of Adelaide Court, No, 7.T>l,
Ancient Order of Foresters, yesterday ap
plied to Jndtie Wallace for a writ of man
date to compel the subsidiary liit:h Court
and Chief i.anger McNulty to allow the
plaintiff a representation. They also asked
for S">wh) daroagee. The petition was not
allowed on thf> ground that the petitioners
bare not exhausted all the means for redress
allowed by the order.
>«my Bnptlut MiiKliy-Srlinni.
A Smdawjolmnl ivill hammliM tfi_mnr_
li. running -^t i;ui;i mil uswhwumu io-iuui
row morning at 9:30 o'clock in the new
building of the First California Guard on
Pacific avenue, between PolK street and
Van Ness avenue. The school will be main
tained by the First Baptist Church on Eddy
street, near Jones. Officers mid members
of this church, of which J. Q. A. Henry is
pastor, will conduct thy new school.
W. F. Norhoidt of Los Angeles took an
outing 0110 day last week and spent the time
bunting on the Conejo Ranch. He bagged
one deer aud ten wildcats.
What docs "Peculiar" mean? Applied to
Hood's Sarnparllla it means that t'us medicine 13
different from others ami superior In merit and
curative power. Try It and you will know.
ANoosTriiA Bitten should find a place In every
household. The best cure for Indigestion. Manufac
tured by Dr. J. U. li. Slegert A Sons. All druggists
keeps them.
Fok dyspepsia, colic and exhaustion, no remedy
like I'ARKKR'S UINfiKR Ton re.
I'AUKKE's Hair llalsam Is lire to the haW
Anotiikr fall in sugar. White su^ar can be bad
below 6 cents per pound at Sbarboro & Co.'s, 531
Washington street.
•1 itnoWN'a Hronchiai. Tuoches" are an effect
ive Cough lleuiedy. Sold only in boxes. Price 25c,
BncHU'B Pnxa act liKe magic on a weak stomach
Extra mince pies. Swain's. '213 Suttcr street.
CHI KCB NOTICES.
OPS' First Methodist Episcopal Church,
or-* 7 Powell St., bet. Washington ana Jackson—
Key. M. D. I'.uck. pastor. Claaa meetings at 10 a. v.
and 12:30 p.m. Treaching by Rev. S. U. Slmouds,
on "The Kingdom of liod," at ii a. v. tlonday-
scboo). Including Aunls Merrill's Illblo class, at
i-_:luii. h. Boys' and girls* class at 6 p.m. Yonns
people's meeting at 0.3U r. m. aching by Rev.
.1. W. Ellsworth at 7:30 p. m. Meeting for the pro-
motion ol holiness Monday night, Prayer meeting
on Wednesda] night. Class meeting Thursday night.
Phosnlx Baud of Dope Social Friday ul^bt. Spanish
services or children Sunday at 12:30 and for adults
Sunday at 2:30 ami Tuesday nignt. Everybody is
Invited to the services. It*
tt-^S' ••■ntl:il >I..(lln,lliit Ki)f«conal Clinrrh,
S-JP Mission St.. bet. Slith ami Seventh— l:cv. W.
W. Case, D.D., pastor. Residence, 1311 Mission St.
Preaehlng to-morrow at 11 a. m. and 7:30 P. m.
Mr. J. J. Morris. Musical Director. Sunday-school
at 1 o'clock. Youni: men's meeting at 6. Young
people's meeting at ti:".O. Morning sermon, subject,
•■Lesions From the Life of Klug SaoL" Evening
sermon, subject. "A Great Little i;ook, by an Amer
lean Citizen." Trayer-meetlng Wednesday evening.
Welcome to all these services. It
1T335» First I'resbytcrlun Church, Cor. of
Bt~ss Van Ness ay«. and Sacramento i*t. — Ucv.
Bobert Mackenzie, D.I- 1 ., pastor, will preach at 11
a. M. Key J. B. Stewart. D.0.. associate pastor, will
preach at 7:30 p. m. Sunday-school at 12:45 p.m.
Young People's Society of Christian Endeavor at
6:30 p.m. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening a;
7:45 o'clock. All are welcome to these services. It
IfSS" Howard I'rrsu} terlan Church, I»II»-
-lar-£r slon St.. near bird— Key. Edward Thom-
son, 1.L.i».. Secretaiy of the l'aciiic Coast Ameri-
can Sabbath Onion, will preach to-morrow at 11
a. m.; subject, "Is This a Christian Country?" Ser-
mon in tue evening at 7-.:iO o'clock, by Eheßsv.
i ;.--t*;o W. Lyons, late Moderator of the Synod of
the Pacific. Sunday-school at 9:30 a. m. and
12:30 p. M. Tonug Teople'3 Society of Christian
Endeavor at 8:15 p. m. Prayer meeting oc Wednes-
day evening at 7:30 o'clock. Strangers and others
an' Invited to these services. It
NOTICE OF KHKTINOS.
H^T-JV* ■aKoelatoa* Desret* i.oilk**, ,^ '^~£//s,
l-- £■' >v. ■_'. 1. ii. (). -Regular mt-et-^i^^^^^
ins THIS EVKNINti. Second and third '^HSf-'^
desrees will be conferred. -^%HvS
It EDW. SCII WEUI.V. JR.. 1). M.
y3? Unity KebaJiah • Decree -si4'Bi%>
_i-c Lo up, No. 161, 1. <>. O. I., meets /TZS&S-
eaeli SATIJIU.AY KVKMMi In
Eureka Ball. .Members of the degree ' < /<7!\w-
aie cordially Invited to attend.
JE> i.ME WILI.iSTOX. N. O.
Sarah 0. i.'ha\vf'>ki>. Kec. See. oc!8 tf Sa
JE^B= California Kclxl.ah 1>« - ~i^^^^r
£r-»* gree Lodge, No. 1, I. <>. O. K. - ~~Sj*jE»&±~
The lodge meets every SATURDAY -*£^3f?£^
EVENING In Friendship Hall. .New Odd 'wravl
Fellows' r.ulld'mj. cor. Market and Seventh st«.
Officers and members are reqmstedto attend, All
members of the decree are cordially invited to
meet with us. liy order
lU'.ktiia kuon. Noble Grand.
mi* Adi.ek, Kec. Sec. }y26 tf Sa
tt^Sv" Templar l{i*b«ki<h Desrrce -JMffmiTi
<ot-tr Lodge, No. 19. 1. <>. O. X., meets JJ^a^cT-
THIS (SATURDAY) EVENING, 111 Me- -*%^(SSjTL r
morial Hall, 1. O. O. F. ISulidtng. All '*(>-
-members of the degree cordially welcomed. De-
gree work second aud fourth Saturdays.
MAT I IK J. TERRY. N. O.
AnvaM. I>krn-inu . Rec. See. J428 Sa tf
ffif^T^ The ll»e;iilar Meeting of fl *~
&-«' Harmony. 1,, o. 1... No. m. will be VSC;
held in Music Hall, 1127 Mission St., THlS^^-CjTf
(SATURDAY) EVEHIXti, at 8 o'clock. Cte*"3 i
It JiiHN (i.SHOUTT. Secretary. "*■< —
It^Tf Spselal Mootinic of the Ashworlh
m-jy Democratic Club will be held In Academy
Hall. 939 Mission st Members are requested to
attend. LAWRENCE WELCH. nom:neo for Super-
intendent of Streets, and others will address tbo
meeting. |lt*| J. J. CQFFEV, Oor. See.
IJr^S* Academy Hall Thoroughly : .>ii,-.:it-
&JP' ed: ball lo let rwisonablii. !i.'7 Mls.^lim. 17 I'll
WKBOIAIi XOTICKS.
ff-^= Nntiro.— Croat iiHlncenient^i offered
&-*'. to settlers for next 10 days. Those who have
not exhausted their rights to public lands will find
It to their Interest to call at once, s ,iti Kearny at.,
Room 1. ocl7 at*
K^g?" Tho Greatest Known Kemedy for
ft-*' the skin ami complexion at the European Dis-
pensary of Ilaauty, 2*Jl I'owell st. ocl7 tf
■£CS= European stnff of Gorman nml
iJ^*^ English physicians; free services Mondays
and Fridays: consultations private; all diseases
treated: hours 10 to 4. Oflire. 125 O'Karrcll.orlU lm
Bt .-fer* 7 and 8 Koom French Flat, 7-ft E:ts«<-
Ur-jS" ment. for * 2500: can be seen; nnderpinniii3
and jobbing at lowest rates. ALIiEIiTSON, 41tj
Shutwi II .st., architect and builder. ocib 41*
ttr'jS 3 All Cases Kestored at Once, No
e>-^ matter frum what cause— Ladles, if you want
Instant relief tor monthly lrrecuhirlties, consult
the oldest and only reliable female physician of 40
years' experience; my Safe Specifics are the best
ever discovered, and will positively cure after all
others rail; pills, *1: also latest Invention without
uiedlclne. DR. M. STUASSMAN. 910 Tost St.oc4 lm
E^Sr" lloolc* bought ami auld. Kius ltroa.
Hr-** 7 S Fourth St.. near Market. mr27 tt
•f-S" Bad Tenant* K.|rrt«fl for »4. Collec-
m-s* tions made, city or country. Taciuc Collectlaa
Company, 528 California st.. Room a. ile22 tf
&P<£* Munro'H 3larllime Hotel— .'SS Stan-
sV-=' ford, bet. Ifram.an, Townsend, Second and.
Third sis. ; patronage of mariners solicited. Jy 14 U:no
fgr" Kail TciiiuiN IJrcted for 810 ami
ss-J»" all costs paid; collections city or country.
COFFEY'B COLLECTION Co.. 019 Montgomery; tf
$£&'*., 1 *. 1 ", ltir »T,' VH Speclilc-For Kidneyn,
I***" bladder and liver: $1; sole a;ent. A. (JKOS
Druggist, cor. Kearny and Wasblngton, S.F.jel4 timo
tt^» Old Gold and Silver Kought; Send
is-*' your old ([old and sliver by mall to the old
and reliable bouse or A. COLEMAN. 41 Third st.
San Francisco: 1 will send by return mall the cash-
If amount is not satisfactory will return the gold. 'Jy
BtrS* Mrs. Srliini.lt. 'Midwife.' Graduate
b- ' I'uiverslty of Heidelberg. Germany; private
bospital ; women's diseases a specialty; sure specific
remedy for monthly Irregularities; reasonable.
Office 1211Vfe Mission St.; 2toß p. m. m>li7 12moJ
ll^^*«, Sln h * brld|tc, AVrst Coast
gg-*' Wire Worm, II Drummst. jell Bin
E^"*^ '- ■£• <>'»oniicll-Olllce anil Km.
l*-^ MY. cor. Wasninirtuu ami Kearny sts. mjUti
jt-^" Alk me ,:m Maternity Villa: Strictly
tt^y private. DRS. FU.NKB.ur. Knclusl Tk"m3 ft
B^s" I>lr«. I>;>Tien. 4JG Kearny st-: Only
st-*' ■ safe and sure cure :or all female trou bles. 1 2 tt
HCT» I>r. Hall. 426 Kemrnr «t.-l)Uea»e.of
"-^ womenasuecialty: Hours 1 to 4. bio ciuy ly
E-~g* i )r ; «i«"'r<l'« K«-»tiiraliv« Pills; Si.e-
•s-*' rlfie lor exhausted vitality, physical debility
lvastea forces, etc.: approved by the Academy of
sledlciiiv, I'arls, and the medical celebrities. Sold
; by. l. G. KThKI.E « CO., 6:15 Market St., Palace Ha-
tel, Han Francisco. Sent by mall or express Prices-
' Tux of GO. «l -ii: of 100. M; of 200, »3 SO; »f lOJ
fU. Treparatory Pills, 82. Scud for circular, react ' .
DIVIDEND NOTICES. :
EE^=" DWidrnd Notice— Dividend No, 17
hi~ss (tony cents per share) of the Hntcblnscn
Sugar Plantation Company will be payable at the
office of the company. 327 Market St. on and after
Monday, October 20, 1890. Transfer books will
close Tuesday, October 1 1, 1890, at 3 o'clock p. m.
oclStd K. If. SHELDON. Secretary
SPIKITCAI.ISM.
MRS. DUNHAM, MEDIUM: SITTINGS DAILY,
$1: circles Tu. and Sat., 25c. 132 tith. ocll 3m
MRS. J. J. WHITNEY, CLAIRVOYANT TEST.
medium, lire-reader. 1812 Market st. an! 9 tf
CLAIRVOYANTS.
MRS. KINKEAD, CLAIRVOYANT TllANCEME-
ilium. 123111.., Market st. aim 6m
SITUATIONS— '■ ~
}ADIi:S CAN ALWAYS FIND BEST HELP AT
J employment olllce 705 Polk st. ocl6 7t*
IMRST-CLASS MANAGERESS, OCCUPIED FROM
1 F. M., wishes position as assistant housekeeper
mornings in boarding-house or renting rooms. Ad-
dress Manageress, Box 156. Call Branch. ncl«3t*
C 1 ERMAN GIRL, WHO IS A GOOD COOK.
Vl wants situation. Apply Room 19, Hotel Khein,
SOI Kearny st. - . - . oc!8 St»
WOMAN WANTS SITUATION DO GENERAL
ft housework: city or country. 433 Minna St.,
between Fifth and Sixth. oclB 3t*
pESPECTABLE YOUNG AMERICAN GIRL
It wishes a situation to take care of children and
make herself generally useful; wages $15. 628
Natoina St. oc!8 2t*
IDDLE-AGED German woman wishes
situation as housekeeper In widower's family;
city or country. Address M. A., Box 111, Call
Branch Office. oclflgt*
WOMAN AN IS LIGHT HOUSEWORK. CALL
»* oradiress 18 Middle St., bet. Pine and Cali-
fornia, near Fllliuore. it*
SWEDISH GIRL WISHES A PLACE TO DO
k^ general housework; wages $15 or $10. Call or
address 15 Obiost., near Pacific. It*
I,'LDEULY WOMAN WANTS A PLACE A3
la housekeeper or companion. Address 579 Bar-
rlson St., before 11 o'clock. MRS. F. IiKAHAM. 1*
DRESSMAKER, FIRST-CLASS. WOULD LIKE
engagements by the day. Address C. 31. N., Box
107, Call Branch mill It*
A WIDOW WISHES A SITUATION AS HOUSE-
- v keeper: no objection to children. Address
or call at 110% Tori St. oc!7 7t*
A MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN WISHES SlTUA-
tion ai housekeeper. Apply top floor, 1227
Broadway, bet. Hyde aiwl Leaveuworth. ocl7 4t*
\ir ANTED— 14, WISHES A PLACE TO
»1 work and go to school. Call 122 Laugton St.. oil
Folfiom. oc!7 3t»
\-oU.NO GERMAN WOMAN WANTS WORK BY
1 day, do washing and house-cleaning. Apply 518
Bryant St., warehouse. ocl7 3t*
OMI'ETF.NT WOMAN WISHES SITUATION;
\J Is good plain cook. 1813Vj Stockton St., In rear,
upstairs. oe!7 St
DEBPECTABLE AMERICAN WOMAN, AGED 2S,
At wishes situation as housekeeper in widower's
family of lor 2 children. Address M. D., Pox S)a,
Call Branch Office. oc!7 3t*
\-OUNG WIDOW WITH 1 CHILD WISHES A
X position as housekeeper In gentleman's family.
Address Will v,. Box 'JO, Call Branch omce.ol7 3*
Ur ANTED— POSITION BY A FIRST-CLASS
cook. Apply at 29 Eddy st. oc!7 3t»
ITUATION~W A TED BY A HEALTHY YOU G
colored lady to do second or reuer.il housework
and plain cooking. Call at 246 Third. Km. 55.17 2*
U'OMAN WISHES SITUATION IN KESTAU-
'' rant and boarding-house in cook. 345 Minna
street. ocl7 21*
\'OUNG LAKY DESIRES TO BE COMPANION
X for an elderly lady; Srat-dass reference. Ad-
dress X. M., l.ox 88, Call Branch Oflice. oc!7 2t*
TUMSII COOK WANTS SITUATION. APPLY
207 Montgomery aye., Kuuui 10, ladles' entrance
Pacific st. ocl7 !<t»
YOOKO GIRL WISHES SITUATION TO ASSIST
1 with light housework. Apply 1918 Stevenson
street. ocl7 lit*
YOUNG GIKL WANTS A SITUATION TO DO
1 light housework. Taylor place, off Taylor st.,
bet. Geary and Post. ocl7 2t*
GERMAN WOMAN WISHES POSITION AS
housekeeper foi widower: has girl of 15 years:
no objection to country. Call or address 712 Fol-
loin st. ocltf3t»
HOUSEWORK — SITUATION WANTED BY
steady girl to do general housework. Call at
960 Harrison St. oclti 3t»
TTIiM'ECTAIILE GERMAN GIKL DESIRES A
Jl situation to do upstairs work aud plain scivln?.
Address K. V., IBS* Btoetton St. oclti :>t*
1 ADY WOULD LIKE TO RECOMMEND A
J trustworthy middle-aged colored woman in a
small gentleman's family, without children or
washing; is a superior coos and very neat In house-
work : will go as general servant for $20 per month.
Apply 908 Powell st. oc!6 St*
"VOUNU WOMAN (NORWEGIAN) DESIRES A
I situation to do upstairs work. Call or address
1011 Francisco st. ocli 7t*
SITUATIONS WANTED BY 2 YOUNG IRISH
girls to assist In general housework or to take
care of cbildreu. Address 11)15 California, oc 15 st*
U O.MAN WANTS SITUATION FOR CHAM BER-
work or housework. 405 Third at. oc 1 4 at*
' ANTED-liY PROTESTANT WOMAN, TO
*' take c.\re of children and second work, or light
housework. 1332 Washingtou st., near Leaden-
worth. 0818 7t*
VOCHQ LADY WOULD LIKE TO DO tOPVIN G.
J office work or shorthand and type-writing: good
rapid piuman: salary no object. Address' M. R.,
Golden (late. Alameda County. ocl2 7t*
IS THE WARM BELT; FREER FUOM FUG
X than any other portion of San Francisco; Lake-
view^ oc7 tf
Ell CENTS WILL SEND THE WEEKLY OAI-L
< " ' for four mouths to any part of the Unite.!
mater.
SITUATIONS-. MALE.
SCANDINAVIAN WAN is SITUATION AS
0 foreman or worker on ranch or vineyard; is a
good carpenter and blacksmith, having bad eight
years' experience in one place, 226* 1-i'th st., In
grocery. • c 18 7t*
p ARDENKK — SITUATION DESIRED BY A
VI thoroughly competent (lerman as head gardener
in private -family or commercial place, private
family preferred: 20 years' experience in all
br-iucr.es: very best of reference, California and
Eastern. Address X i:. G \RDNEK,care MR. F. A.
MII.I.EH, 215 Hayes St. _~~__ oclH 4t«
SITUATION WANTED BY AN ENGINEER AND
0 machinist of nrtcen years' expericncß; can no
his own repairing. Address H. >„ Box 111, Call
Branch Olllce. oclS3t"
yOb'.VI) MAN OF 20 YEARS DESIRI-.S Ti>
X learn a trade; is strong and willing. Address
P. N.. Box 108. Call Branch < Bee. ocis 3t*
VOUNU MAN (SCANDINAVIAN) WISHES A
1 place as coachman; good horseman and driver;
czih milk: understands work about private place;
good city reference. Address Driver, Box 159,
Call Branch onice. oclB St*
V BOY 16 YEA lIS TO DO ANY KIND OF
work: good homo more an object than wages.
Call at 1155^1arkct_st. oc!8 3t»
I/IKST-CLASS CARRIAGE AND WAGON
r blacksmith wants situation; city or country. c.
E. DALLYN, 714 Howard st. 0.-:8 2t*
It; ANTED— A POSITION AS ATTENDANT ON
Invalids, clerk In real estate, or coal and wood
oflice, on elevator, porter In wholesale house, jani-
tor, watchman, or any position of trust, by man 35
years old and total abstainer: Al testimonials. Ad-
dress Clerk, Box 98, Call Branch Office, ocl- 2t*
r OUNG MAN WANTS WORK IN A GHOCEKY-
X store. W. l HQM.PSO.N. 761 Howard st. It*
rPHOMAS K. WIHIEHEAD, MASTER'S CEKII-
-1 lieate competency, also channel pilot England,
wants situation for Europe, English or American
ship. Address Sailors' Home. ocl7 71*
yOOMi MAN WISHES TO I. EARN' RUNNING
X an elevator: has a wood deal of experience In
machinery. Address Machinery, Box 189, Call
Branch (mice. OCI7 3t«
INOI.E, MIDDLE-AGED GENTLEMAN. WITH
O fine team, would like to taße charge of lady's
property and do the general repairing on buildings;
is a good paperer; in glaze, plumb or anything
done about premises; would go In country as work-
ing foreman. Address Single. Box 131. Call
Branch OHice. ocl7 3t*
EXPERIENCED SHORT-HAND AND TYPE-
writer wants situation ; has references, also type-
writer. Address Type-writer, Box H., Call Branch
Office. ocl7 3t«
MIDDLE-AGED MAN, LATELY FROM THE
Fast, wants situation as coachman : good driver
and understands the care of horses thoroughly; will
make himself generally usernl. Address ('., Box
ins, Call Branch Office. ocl7 3t*
'OUNU MAN WISHES A SITUATION IN PKl-
vate lamlly to can' for horses, or to work as por-
ter In Store; Is honest and reliable. Address R. 8.,
Box 153. Call Branch Oillce. ocl7 at*
SITUATION BY FIRST-CUSS WAN AS FORE
man on bread and cakes. 010 Natoma -1.017 2t»
WANTED— BY AN AMIIIIIOUS YOUNG MAN,
> ' a position as book-keeper, collector, solicitor or
clerking; best of city reference given. Address L.
■I, Box 108, Call Branch Office. oc!7 2t*
. yoUNG GERMAN, WITH 9 YEARS' EXPERI-
-1 ence, wishes a situation as shoemaker; good ref-
erences. Address 421 and 423 Bush st. or Hi 51*
\ T OUNG MAN, 20 YEARS OLD, WISHES TO
■ learn blacksmith trade. A. is.. Box 30, this
oiHce. ■ - - ocl 6 ■if
\'OCNG MAN WANTS SITUATION TO CARRY
X morning newspapers. Address BARRET. 12U5
Stockton st. ■ oclU Bt*
MAN WHO HAS HAD EXPERIENCE IN A COM-
IiX mission house desires a situation, or as clerk or
to matte himself generally useful in wholesale
house or otherwise. Address W. 11., Box 147. Call
Branch Office. oclO 7t»
WANTED- BY A YOUNG MAN OF GOOD
• » habits a position to take care or horses and
work about house. Call or address A. 0. ¥„ 2til
First st. ■ ■ . oe Ir> 7t*
KELIABLK YOUNG MAN. A GRADUATE
from Pacific Business College, wishes a position
as book-keeper or assistant. Address R. 11., 212
Franklin st. oc!6 Ot*
VOUNO MAN WANTS TO COOK FOR lEW MEN
X on ranch: can milk and raise poultry. Address
Cook. Box iao. Call Branch orllce. oclS st*
DANISH MARRIED COI'PLE, GOOD APPEAR-
ance, no "Incumbronres, situation hotel or
restaurant; speak English and German; several
years' hotel experience. Apply any lime personally
or by letter, L. JENSEN, 277 Minna St., bet. Third
and Fourth. ocl4 7t*
SITUATION WANTED— BY A MAN OF INTEL-
O licence, who purchased a tailor-made, nobby
cutaway suit for $18, made by a merchant tailor for
$35. ORIGINAL MISFIT CLOTHING PARLORS,
corner Pout and I'll;. out sis.
FKMALE H.L.P WANTED.
Q SECOND GIRLS, $20 AN D $25^20 GIRLS FOR
• > housework aud cooking. EUROPEAN OFFICE,
105 Stockton st. ..-..■■ it*
-VTLDEKLY LADY FOR OLD COUPLE, GOOD
111 home. MBS. K'.FEN, 315 Stockton st, It*
'WANTED— A NEAT GIRL TO DO GENERAL
• • housework, no cooking, nice American family
In the country, $25, call earty: Protestasf girl, gen-
eral housework, no wash, Sail Mateo, $20: tirst-class
nurse, Berkeley, $25: 2 girls for general housework,
Fresno, $25 and $::0: San Rafael, 3 in family, $-'5:
Protestant second girl and laundress, country, $25.
Oakland, $.i>; U German and Scandinavian second
girls, city. $20; 5 restaurant waitresses, $6 and $25
a week; 2 Scandinavian girls. 3 In family. $25, and
a large number or girls for general housework, city
and country, $20 and $25. Apply to J. F. CKOSETT
a CO., 202 Stockton St. It
WANTED— A STRONG YOUNG WOMAN TO
" care for so Invalid lady, $30, references neces-
sary; German second girl. $20: waitress, also a
dish-washer, for restaurant. $20 each an I room;
laundress and chambermaid for city, $25; first-
class waitress for private rainlly,s3o; 25 homework
girls, $26 and $20. > Apply MISS K. PLUNKETT,
424 Sutter st. . - ■■.:■-..-. . .-■ . --. It .
G~~ IRL TO DO GENERAL UOUSEWOKK; SMALL
\J family. 731 Turk st. ■-■■■ „ ' _ . - oc!8 3t» „
LADY WAITERS WANTED AT 218 KEAUNY
St., downstairs; good wages.: . odd 31'
.-r .'-f.>^.v;'.--..*jrta^h»».jj»Liulki».»M».SJilß^B»a«iip««S '
HELP YI"ANTKI>-CONTIXUKI>. • !
WANTED-OERMAN C<K>K AND GERMAN OR
-*' French second girl, same private house, city,
$25 and $20: American cook, city, $25: waitress,
restaurant, $18: nurse-girl, 1 child, $15: 2 hotel
conks, country, $30 and $40; cook, private fain
Oakland. ?.to; second girl, small family, country,
$15 and free tare; 15 neat young girls for house-
work, city and country; $13 to $25. C. R. HANSEN
CO., 110 Geary st. ■■- - - ■ ■ U_
TJ OUSEKEEPEIi. — PREFERRING A HOME IN
Xj. country for light services; any nationality. E.,
Box 10, Call Branch Office. oc!8 2t*
GIRL— IN HOUSEWORK AND CIIIL-
dren. Apply at 1310 Ellis St. oclS 2t*
ANY GOOD HOUSEKEEPER WHO MAY WANT
a good homelike place on a fruit farm in the
country will please call SI 156 Third St., Boom 19,
about noon to-day; do not apply If over 35 or under
20 years of age. It*
ANTED — OIKL FOR GENERAL HOUSE*
»' work; 3ln family: wages $15. Inquire a: 1308
Leaveuworth at., upstairs. It*
Tv ANTED— GIKL TO MIND BABY. 821 MIS-
'» slonsu It*
WANTED AN APPRENTICE FOR DRESSMAK-
V» ins. 1341 Powell st. It*
VOUNQ GIRL — GENERAL HOUSEWORK;
X small family. 715 Grove st. . It*
WANTED— WOMAN OK MAN IO CLEAN OUT
'» olllce on^-e a week ; steady work, call this morn-
Ing. 110 Geary St. It
G" IRL, 14, MIND BABY AND HELP AROUND;
home; $8. 517V 3 Jessie st. It*
"JJILDERLY LADY TO WORK PART OF DAY; 2
Xii in lam. ly; good home; low wages. 623 Seventh
street. It*
GIiUMANTTiRL. SMALL AMERICAN FAMILY.
\3 wage« $20; " rlrls upstairs work; also number
others. MKS. HIND. 71>5 Polk st, . It*
/COMPETENT GIRL TO DO GENERAL lIOUSE-
COMPETENT GIltL TO DO GENERAL HOUSE-
work in small American family. 105 Biodcnck
St., bet. Halght and Waller. It*
GIRL FOR LIUHT HOUSEWORK: J HREE IN
family. 1922 Gulden Gate aye. oc!7 3t*
YOUNG GIKAS FOR STEADY TRADE; WAGES
X from start. 532 Market st., top Boor. oc!7 3t*
/I EKMAN' GIRL FOR GENERAL HOISEWORK
VJ and plain cooking. 209 Fllliuore St. oc!7 3t*
EXPERIENCED OPERATORS ON CLOAKS:
steady work. N. FRANK, 63U McAlHster.l" 3t»
GIRL FOX GENERAL HOUSEWORK: SMALL
lainlly. 802 Seventeenth st. , QCI7 2t»
W ANTED — YOUNO GERMAN GIRL FOR
'' housework: small family. 842 Grove st. 16 7*
OUBEKEEFEB; UIDDLE-AGED PERSON;
wages small; reforeuces. 1417 Buchanan, 1U 3*
6 YOUNG LADY WAITERS AND 4 LADY SlNG-
ers. Apply at 305 Grant aye. bet. 10 a. m. and 5
P. M. uc!6 3L*
Ur ANTED— A GERMAN GIRL FOR DENERAL
housework. Call from 3 to 0,416 Van Ness
avenue. oclti 3t*
VOraUIADY TO ASSIST IN MASSAGE. 28 Vi
1 Sixth St.. Room 14. ocl63t*_
T ABELBUS WANTED AT FONTANA A; UO.'S,
Jlj cor. Francisco and Taylci sts. oc 1 5 lm
IjTRENCH GIRL FOR LIGHT UPSTAIRS WORK
" and assist children in studies; French and music.
173ti Golden Gate aye. ocls 7t*
QEWEBS OS LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S
0 underwear. 723 Market St., Room 142. ocl3 tf
JSTTEK THAN FIRST-MORTGAGE BONDS;
■*-* what '■ 10 lots In Lakevlew. oc7 tf
WANTED— APPRENTICES To LEAK." DRESS-
»' liiakliiK trade thoroughly, t'ol Howard. .11 7*
SMALL ADVERTISEMENTS AND SUBSCBIP-
tious taken at Call Branch offices, b'o3 Larkla
n., 331) Hayes and -oil Mi«siou St>i open till
& :30 r. a. j.va tf
■UALK HKIT'_WANTii_D.
VVANTED-DHAUGHTSMAN, FRENCH PRE-
•' (erred; rook, $8 a week; second cook for Insti-
tution. 525 and found; third cook, $30: vegetable-
man, $25; I'Ot-wasner. $25; dish-washer, restau-
rant, city, $20 and found : French dish-washer, neat
city, $20; young mau. to drive an express wagon, $3
a week: farmer and wife, etc. At DELOUME £ AS-
DUE's, 320 Sutler St. It
2 STONE MASONS. $3 50 DAY; 2 CABINET-
A makers, country. $3 day; man and wife (or
ranch. $50; hostler, city, $30; plasterer, country,
$5 day; 15 farmers, *25 and $30: 12 scraper-
teamsters, $30 aud $35; 20 woou-cboppers, $1 50
cord, tools furnished; 2 laborers for tannery, $-
day; 2 hotel cooks, $50: 3 hotel waiters, $30: 4
dlsh-wasberß. $25. it. T. WARD A.- CO., 610 Clay.lt
r.n/l RAILROAD LABORERS, TEAIISTEUS,
*J\JV' ax-men and rock-men for Washington and
Oregon: best wages; steady work all winter: fare
through $0: no office fee. K. 1. WARD it Co., (ilu
Clay at.
1(\ LABORERS FOR BRICK-YARD, STEADY
XU work, *30 and board. K. T. WARD 4 CO., 810
Clay st. It
UANTED-FIP.ST- CLASS CANDY- MAKER,
*' city; cook, small hotel, country, Si.ls; cook and
chorenian, country, $25; German waiter, $40; vege-
tablcinan,s2s: hotel dish-washer. $25. and others.
Apply to J. F. CKOSETT .v CO., 648 Sacraineutn. It
r ANTED— S COLD-IKON WORKERS: FIRST-
■ ■ class gardener, with city references, $30 to $35
an.l board ; laih-uiarhluc man. $*j 50: rustic-planer
man. $2 BO a day ; n.antogtt out door stuck, SI 60
a day; finishing carpenters, $3 50 a day: wheel-
wright for country, $45 an*l board: butler-maker.
$30 and found; young man for grocery. $15 and
louud; 5 quarts miners, $2 50 $1 50 and board:
plain carpenter, $150 a day auil Board; machine
man for sash and door factor), $3 a day: f.ilver-
plater. $2 50 a day; ranch blacksmith, $40 and
found: tamp blacksmith, $40 and found; stone
block-makers, $22 per 1000. Apply t.jj. F. CBOSETT
.v Co.. 828 Sactamentost. It
■ ANTED— 7S TEAMSTERS, $30 AND $35 PKR
month; laborers for city and country, $175.
$2. $2 25 a day; wood-choptmy, $1 75 arid $1 GO
a cord: rockmen. $2 0 : a\men, $2 50, and others.
Apply to J. F. CKOSETT & CO.. 028 Sacramento. 1
'ANTKD-CHEESE-MAKKK, »40; CAKPEN-
ter for mine. <t3U; carpenter for flume, $52:
brick-masons. »5 50: miner, $39; laborers fox
foundry, $1 75: middle-aged man to do chores, $15;
10 tout-iioiso scraper teamsters, $35: 10 two-horse
scraper-teamsters, $30; 50 laborers for canal-work,
$30: farmers, $25. 926 and $30; cooks, waiters and
others at W. U. Ev. EX A CO.'S, Bits Clay St. It
WANTED— BUTLER FOB CITY, $10: MAN AND
'» wife for restaurant In city, $50. Apply MISS
K. Pl. i NKl.l i. 124 Slitter st. It
L MEN THIS MORNING, CITY WORK. LONG
0 lob; $_' to good men. SWEDISH EMPLOYMENT
OFFICE. 15 Bush St. It*
C 1 (A RAILBOAD TEAMSTERS, AXMEN, ROCK-
O\J\J men and laborers, for Washington and Ore-
gon; no eiiice fee: fare to Washington $», to Oregon
,c,. rickets at c. tt. HANSEN & i O.'S, Ilooeary.lt
0 MILL-HANDS, QUARTZ MILL. $4 A DAY,
steady work: 6 miners, $;; to $1 n day; 6 car-
builders, country shop, $3 a day. C. R.HANSEN
A; Co., lIP Geary St. lt_
■Trench COOK, HOTEL, $70; 2 ELEVATOR-
V boys, first-class hotel, $25; 3 bell-boys. *-0; ■-'
door-boys, $20; el:-valor-man. $40: Swedish boy,
bakery, $20 and found: Scandinavian dish-washer,
nice uiace, $30: third cook, $30. O. R. HAN.-EN A
CO., 110 Geary st. -. it
UUGY-WAMIER. SMALL STABLE NEAR
* city, $30 and found: sheepherder, $25 aud
found; man about place. $25; man and wire, private
place. $50: fanners. $-»v and SSS: lumber-pliers.
$30. found and fare; teamster, country, *.;0: canal
laborers, $3t); laborers, city, $30. C. it. BAN SEN
.v CO.. 110 Geary st. it
1.1..-.IN WAI li I :. COUNTRY HOTEL; ORCHARD-
-1 man. ,1. B. M I II A . 622 Clay st. It*
HAN SECOND COOK. $50: DISH-WASH^
■' er. $-'o. HOTEL gazette, 420 Kearuy st. It
(■ODD BARBER FOR SATURDAY AND SUN-
VJ day. BIS Second st. It*
POOD BARBER FOR TO-DAY AND TO-MOIT-
row. 312 Francisco st. H*
GOOD BARBER KOR SATURDAY AND SUN-
day. 32 lurk st. - it*
GOftD BARBER SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
I 427 Third st ; call 8 A. m. it'
BAKBKK— SATURDAY.SUNDAY AND WEDNES-
day : steady. Twenty-second .ana Folsoin sts.l*
BARBER WANTED FOX SATURDAY AFTEr"-
noon and Sunday. 102 Jackson st. It*
ARUEIJ SATURDAY AND SUNDAY. 031 SAC-
1* rameuto st. It*
lARHER SATURDAY AND SUNDAY: WAGES
ij^te. 13 Taylor at. It*
BARBER FOR SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
1169 Folsoin st. It*
Bar~bek"wXnted-saturday night and
Sunday. 215 Sixth st. • It*
ARP.EK WANTED — SATURDAY NOON AND
Sunday. $5: shop. 1707 Market st. It*
I ■ AKBER — SATURDAY AND SUNDAY. 432
l> lErannaii st. : with or without tools. It*
BARBER FOR SATURDAY AND SUNDAY AT
31» Fifth St. - It
I)A I! BEX WANTED- A YOUNG STEADY MAN.
JJ Address TONY VUICK, San Luis Ob.spo. Cal. IS 7
i <OOI> BARBER— SATURDAY AND SUNDAY;
V » wages $6. 511 HaighL st. It*
pOOD BARBER FOX SATURDAY AND SUN-
VI day; good wages. 1405 Polk St. it"
GOOD BAKBEK FOR SATURDAY. 805 MlS-
siolt st. : . it*
/•OOD BARBER FOR SATURDAY AND SUN-
\I day. 502 Ellis St. it*
WANTED— BARBER FOR SATURDAY AND
'' Sunday. 1437 Mission st. It*
. ■ OOD" BAKBI-K FOX SATURDAY AND SUN-
day. 125 riftn st. It*
pOOD WAITERS WANTED AT 35 NINTH ST.
5£ It*
/i OOD DISH-WASHER. 1191-1193 MARKET
Vjr street. - It*
W ANTED-A FEW JIiWELEE!-. K. BUJANN OFF,
" '.' Lick place. ■ oclB3l*
I. IMMIERS AND MATTKESS-MAKEKS. 820
I Mission st. . - - . 0018 3t*
GOOD. COMPETENT HAND BOYS' CLOTHING;
work given out. 635 Kuarny st. oclB 2t*
MAN For PRESSING AND PREPARE IN SHOP
for boys' suits. 035 Kearny st. oclB 2t*
OY IN VARIETY - STORE. 1 GOUGH ST.,
MJ Junction Market and Haight. ■ ocis 2 1*
AKPENTERS AND LABORERS WANTED; 25
I carpenters; 6 good laborers. Apply at once at
Job, J. M. COMKRFOKD, stauyan and McAllister
sts.: take McAllister st. cars. oc!8 2t*
MAN I O CONNECT RANGES. 27 NEW MONT
gomery;t.;TA>LOß<t GOODRICH. It*
GOOD ERRAND BOY. 258 JESSIE ST.;" TAY-
\J lor-shop. • ■ ■ . ■• ■■■ . it*
riIINSMHH WANTED AT 057 MISSION STREET.
1 -,■-■■■-■ .. .■...■. ■ .It*
ANTED-SMALL BOY FOR OFFICE. AP-
'' ply by letter to P. O. Box 2302. It
VI" ANTED— GOOD SAUSAGE-MAKER AT 427
V' Hay St. It*
SOLICITOR WANTED FOR DYEING AND
Cleaning establishment. Apply to F. and G.
THOMAS. 318 and 320 Eleventh st. It*.
WAITER AND DISH-WASHER AT 2535 SUT-
i " terst. ■■-- It*
QMAKT RELIABLE ERRAND-BOY FOX STORE;
0 easy hours; $3. Apply, with references, A.. Box
2. this onice. ..-...■■.-.■ It*
GOOD BOOT-BLACK WANTED; STEADY
VJ work. 1023 Market st. . '- It* ■
III'SIIELMAN WANTED. JOHN REID, 907
1> Market st. ■ -■ If
SMART JAPANESE . BOY. 311 NATOMA ST.
■■"■■- '' - It*
} ENERGETIC BOY, GOOD WRITER. FOR LAW
J and collection office: state wages expected, etc.
M. li.. Box 100. Call Branch OBlce. ■ It*
BOY WANTED. WEST END PRINTING OFFICE,
9V4 Stockton St. . . ■■-■■■'-- ■■■ .- It*
IXDEK WANTED. >I'PLY TO S. * G. GUMP,
251 Jcsslr St.. near Fourth. ■■'„-; It*
1 > KE>SEKON CUSTOM COATS; STEADY WORK;
1 good pay. 802 Seventh St. - ■■—-- --■ It*
■ W ANTED— TAILOHS; FIRST-CLASS LADIES'
■Tl tailors. BOWli AY, 702 Market st. oclB 7t»
O GOOD WAITERS WANTED. ; 1125 . OAK ST.
11*
HELP WAHXaTO— CO3ITI»tfIEtV _ I
THE NEW PENSION LAW— ATTENTION, sol.
dlers and sailors— Not necessary to prove up from
comrades, only present disability: no feo in ad-
vance: widows of soldiers and sailors are all enti-
tled to a pension ; -claims prosecuted with prompt-
ness and dispatch. M. HA KIIIS. authorized U.S.
Pension Attorney, headquarters of Pacinc Coast
Pension Claims, 14 Geary at.. San Francisco. It*
BOOTBLACK-STAND FOR SALE ON ACCOUNT
of sickness. For furthtr particular? Inquire at
barber-shop, 107 Jaelcson st. oclS 4t*
rpAILORINO >;STABLISUMENT;MUST:BE SOLD
1 to-day oa account ol siciness; cheap. 1187
Market st. at
C7K.TO $250 A MONTH CAN BE MADE
«!5 i 0 working for us: persons preferred who can
furnish a lionw and give their whole time to the
business; span moments may bo profitably em-
ployed also: a few vacancies in towns and cities.
B. F. JOHNSON _ CO.. 10J9 Main st, Bicn-
mond, Va. '••■" » " 0
ANTED- OH UNION PACIFIC EXTENSION
»' from Portland. Oregon, rookmen. laborers and
teamsters and teams st once. Apply to lion J.lt
KIN(j. 737 Market St., Room 5, upstairs. QCI7 7t»
TV r ANTED - EXPERIENCED 11ARNESS-MAK-
V* ers. HART. SADDLER -C0.. 417 .Marvel. 7*
FIRST-CLASS ITALIAN BAKBEK: NONE
other need apply : good steady job: wages $18 a
week. Apply this pace. onl7 4t»
SBOAT-BUILDEKS. 2 JOINERS, 1 PAINTER,
who can drive team. 718 Third st. oc!7 3t»
METAL-ROOFERS WANTED. COR. LEAVEN-
worth and Eddy sts. oc7 3t»
WANTED— A FIRST-CLASS SALESMAN TO
'» sell clothing made to order on the road from
here to Texas; I will teach how to take measure.
li. Lk B. smith, the American tailor, 823 Bush
street. ocl 7 -t»
0 -CLASS UPHOLSTERERS WANTED
& Polk st. ocl" 2t«
\\rAN TED-PAPER-HANGER; TO TAKE ROOM
'' r. nf as pay. 838 Market St. oc!7 -'t»
p OOD TAILOR; STEADY WORK. 235 KEARNY
vJst., Room 11. upstairs. oc!7 2t*
CLERKS SEEKING POSITIONS AS SALESMEN,
V./ Salesladies, copyists, book-keepers, steuographers
obtain them. Clerks' Bureau.3os Kearny. Km.l. i 1 7*
U' ANTED— ACTIVE MAN FAMILIAR
with the coffee, tea and spice business, to solicit
restaurant trade; one bavlug little capital and
trade can secure an Interest In the linn: state refer-
ences. Address Confidential, Box lIS, Call Branch
office. ocl6 at*
\l r ANTED— BOY FOR DKUG-STORK; GIVE AGE
V> residence and reference, Address Drugs, Box
126, Call Branch Ollice. oclu 3t*
WANTED— A SECOND-HAND ON CAKES.
'» 1139 Folsom St. oc!6 3t«
\V ANTED— TRAVELING MAN TO TAKE SIDE
'' line through Nevada, Montana Idaho and Wash-
IlUton. W. M. PATTERSON, 310 Post St. oclott
WANTED— TINMEN FOR GENERAL ASSORT-
»» ment work. Apply to GEOKUE 11. I'AY _ CO.,
616 Battery it. oe!s 7t»
rpo BARBERS— A FIRST-CLASS SHOP AND
X l.ath-hou.-e running 4 chairs and 4 bath-rooms:
doing good business; elegaut location; large room:
cheap rent and has a great future; sold only on ac-
count of ill health. Address A. B. .S., Box 123.
Call Branch Ollice. \ oc!4 7i
Uf ANTED— AGENTS FORA NEW STYLE
portrait. Apply 352 Third st. oc!2 7t
GENTS WANTED — LADIES AND GENTLE-
men or good address can make *5 per nay. Call
at HOUSEWOKTH'S GALLERY. 1 Fourth St. oil 7t
INDUSTRIOUS MAN" CAN MAKE FROM SI TO
$15 a day taking orders for Bancroft's Illustrated
Utah, Moruioiiiim and Polygamy. Apply to THE
HISTORY COMPANY. 723 Market St. OCIO 14t
BARP.ERS-A IS' 1 SHOP, RUNNING 1 CHAIRS
steady, with cigar, laundry and bootblack
stands: 2 shops running 3 chairs, and others; all
bargains. At FRANK'S, 13 Mason st. oc7 tf
1 AKEVIIiW IS KING; LAKEVIEW; LAKE-
X J view. oc7 tf
W ANTED— MAN OK INDOMITABLE ENERGY,
" not afraid of work. Call ou F. PERSON. 813
Market st. oc3 tf
SEAMEN AND ORDINARY SEAMEN WANTED.
Shipping Agency, 311 Pacific St. oc3 13t
"vT' ANTED — YOUNG MEN OF MODERATE
VI means to purchase a merchant tailor-made
dress overcoat for $15. latest style, made by a
crack merchant tailor tor $3«. ORIGINAL MIS-
FIT CLOTUINU PARLOUS, cor. Post aud Dupout
streets.
ANTED — MECHANICS AND OTHERS TO
ii know that they can buy a merchant tailor-made
Sunday suit for $20, made by a leading merchant
tailor for Si". OIiIUINAL MISKIT CLOTHINU
PARLORS, cor. Post and Dupont sti.
A 100 .COO MEN WANTED TO LOAN MONEY
. on all articles at low ratci; tn.i.iro dealing.
UKCLE JACOBS, 61.1 Pacific St. aultf
WANTED — SEAMEN, ORDINARY SEAMEN
'» at 313 Pacinc jal.6 tf
ANTED— SOO MEN. HOWARD AND THIRD:
> I basement, lie 9 Hive, to eat free home cooked ho:
lunrh.wlth beeror wine. 5 ets- ■ .-ii .lav a- lili;lU.Btt
AGENTS -WASTED.
SOMETHING NEW— *)l AH HOUR EASILY MADE
by ai, ts.. male or female; sampled full particulars
( HAS. E. MARSHALL. LuCkport, N. V. ■■ill Sa l-t
AGENTS WANTED TO TAKE ORDERS FOR AN
article needed by every business man. Room 20.
Blake mock, Washington St.. Oakland. ocll7t»
ARK TWAIN'S NEW BOOK. " A CONNECiT-
cut Yankee ill Kin; Arthur's Court," a keen and
powerful satire on English nobility and royalty;
immense sales: big profits. Apply quickly for terms
and territory to a. l. BANCROFT _ CO., 132 Post
st. San Francisco. sell if cow
Jl Si PUBLISHED; ILLUSTRATED UTAH"
Mormonlsin and Polygamy by Bancroft; 1 vol
nine; SOD pages; steel-plate portraits ofthegreat
Mormon leaders; colored plates and views: general
agent wanted in every town In the union ; sales enor-
mous. Address THE HISTORY COMPANY. 723
Market st. 'm-1(I 1 It
PAUTXEI'.S WANTED. ~
HALF INTEREST" IN OLD-ESTAB-
C'"'' Ushed employment agency in lively coun-
try town. Particulars 8 -i Second St., Boom 2. 17 3*
PARTNER WASTED BADLY; RESTAURANT.
X Apply Call Branch onice. ocl7 7t*
QO/in WANTED — SINGLE MAN OF GOOD
O — '-'*-'• habits to join advertiser to start a sood,
clean, cash business. For particulars address Partner,
Box 03. Call Branch Oflire. oe!7 21*
FUItNITUBE WA.Mr.ll,
KH. FLtTCHER * CO., AUCTIONEERS. WILL
■• buy your furniture, pianos, carpets, grocery
stores, saloons, etc.; cash price*. !)»5 Market st.lt«
I ARGE QUANTITY OF SECOND-HAND FURNI-
IJ ture wanted: 20 per cent over ether dealers. L.
T. BROWN. 1911V 3 Mission at.: send postal. 15 7*
A LWAYS SELL YOUR FURNITURE. CARPETS,
rV etc.. to MARK LEVY, Room MO, Mnr.iliy
Building, and receive extra money. ap22 tf
GAN A- CO., 743 MISSION ST., PAY CASH FOR
J furniture, carpets, stoves or anythiug; stoves
repaired and made equal to new. jyl7 tf
A LARGE QUANTITY OF SECOND-HAND FUtt-
_\ nlture wanted; 20 per cent paid more thaneM>
where. MALONK, 34 Fourth st; new store inJU'.r
MCG 188, Via FOURTH ST., PAYS THE
est price for furniture, stoves, ranges, carpots.
J. SIMMONS _ CO., AUCTIONEERS, WILL
. bny your luruitiire. piauod and books. 1057
Market st ap9 tt
STANDARD FURNITURE COMPANY WILL
buy your rurnitura for cash or exchange new
furniture for old. 1045 Market st. apl9 Bui
* LL SECOND-HAND FURNITURE AND CAB-
— * pets bought, large or small tots; call or sj:il
postal. ROSENTHAL, lIP Fourth St. nu!4lf
DLUNDY, 529 MARKET ST., PAYS HIGHEST
XJ • price for wound-hand furniture. ;.'■» tf
V OU CAN GET MOKE MONEY for YOUR sei>
— ond-band furuiiure from J. NOONAN & CO.,
ll'Jl Mission .1 . nr. sixth, than el-. -where laUtf
BOOMS WASTED
ANT_Ti^r7)ir2 iioomsTwitTi kii^iiEN",
close to Nil th and Howard. Address, stating
terms. M.. Station B. It*
"i'iu>T r i : r:i'rv~WAXTKi).
IVANTEB-TO PURCHASE A SMALL HOUSE
"I and lot, not to cost over $3500, north of Market
st. Address P... Box 149, this office. ix-17 3t
« A STKD- MISCEI.I.ANir<TI!S.
U' AN I ED— COPPER-TINNED STEAM-JACKET
kettles, or different re.-, ror laundry purposes;
also copper-tinned distilling apparatus tor water.
Address, stating terms, C. T., Box 111, Call Branch
OBiee. ocl 7 St*
_____
EtIST.
LOST— PI'RSK, ON si 111 ST., BET. BOW ABO
ami market. Return to 28-9 Foisom. It*
D»t) r:/\ RI.WARD — CAMEO LOCKET. WITH
<_>_i. O\.> luir and picture. Return nili ■ ■_. Ma-
sun st. it* -
LOST— OCTOBER 15. GOING FROM SIXTH AND
J Mission sts. to Thirteenth and Howard, pair
gold spectacles. Finder will please return to 225
Thlrtcentn st. and receive reward. ocl7 at*
Vi.nK'IMU.AMI PUP, 4 MONTHS OLD,
-i.' curly hair, black with white on face, tail, neck,
chest, right fore-leg ami paws; long ears, small nose;
$5 reward. McGlluchey's Grocery, cor. Taylor and
Filbert sts. ocl7 3t*
aj-i REWARD— A SMALL BUNCH OF
tiT X key». with a Chinese coin attached. The Under
will receive above reward by leaving them at the
CALLQIncc. 525 Montgomery st. oclß3t*
OST— SUNDAY, OCTOBER 12TH, BETWEEN
the Blgbt-mlte House and fan Mateo, 1 black
Newfoundland dog; answers to the name of Jack.
A liberal reward will be given If relumed to 1310
racine st.. city. • . oclO 3t*
OST-815 BY NOT PURCHASING a MER-
chant tailor-made business soil for $15, made by
a leading merchant tailor for »30. ORIGINAL
MISFIT CLOTHING PAHLORS. comer Post aud
Dupont sts. ■ .
THE S. F. COLLATERAL LOAN HANK, 533
A Ke.iruy St.. lends money at '2 per cent per month
on watches, diamonds ami jewelry. JylUßin
' . FOUND. »
L'OUND— PAIR 1-JYE-ti LASSES! OWNER CALL
f at 1237 FuUomst. oclH 2t»
JTOUND-COW. OCTOBER 6. OWNER CAN
-I have her by Identifying at Goldeu Gale House
south of park, and paying expenses. l| . ocl7 3t*
LAKEVIEW, THE BEAUTIFUL. ' ' --. - -
oc7 tr
■ DKESSMAKKKS. : :
ALL LADIES WISHING ELEGANT-
-_ ly lilting suits maUo, handsomely draped, for $6
or with coods. making and trimmings, for $15
please call at MRS. MOKRIS' 7-2 y_ Geary. 018 7t«
SCHOOL OF DKESS-CUTTINU AND DRESS-
-0 making— You are taught to make a dress from
beginning to end— measuring, drarttng, basting, sew-
ing, draping, line liulshing and designing: artistic
dressmaking.. MME. FLESHER, '.'O3 Powell
ttreet ..■.-.■■■-. se3o 6m
Jl Si OPENED— DRESSMAKING PARLORS BY
_ first-clasi dressmaker from the East. MISS
HELEN M. RECK. 71-6 Suiter St. ae2B 3m
GOWNS CUT. STITCHED AND DRAPED FOR
$3; latest rashions and perfect lit guaranteed.
AlsoihoS T. Taylor system taught by MRS. UP.
WIA3.T, llOeary st. - se23 lin '
RKSS-CUTTING TAUGHT THOROUGHLY BY
aiithrntle French tailor system. 810 Pas;.)el6Bin
■ BTl>lT_ AND oi'KlC*: ->__T-li_:S.
Chf;apest PLACE FORCOUNTER.H. SHELVES,
show-cases iOlUces _ stores fitted. 334 Geary.
BAR. S 1 ORE FIXTURES, SHOW CASES, DESKS,
doors, sash; goods taken on storage, money ad-
vanced. Pioneer Store, 21 to 25 Tenth St. 1e22 M
Alt FIXTURES, COU.MERS. SIIISLVINIi
show-cases, «ash-d<w— . etc.. at -'25 Post st. |e9t?
STOKAGK.
PACIFIC STORAGE CO., 301 'STOCKTON ST^
— iurniture ami merchandise; advances made. 15 if
FURNITURE ■ STORED - STERLING - FURnT
tore Co., 103!', 1011 Market. Koscntlial Bids 1 «
FIKWRAW< - .
7r£^rXE^iA^r~wTsl7ES~T(> FORM. THE AC-
G^ualuUnc A e ofala.y not over 20 years^ ojjjet.
company, with a view to matrimony. -Address A.
It., Box 68, this office. i! —
'» unt sarah-if you suffer THAT ter-
A l rible headache call and get relieved at . 512 Lar-
kin St.. nr. Ed ly. and don't you forget It.olaeod 14
B" 1 H";l ■■P.I El SEWHERE SEE BASCH'S
(„, ■-M-- vonean buy all kinds of furnl I
f oldlng-Le"s a specialty. 015 Market st. oc!8 la> |
Funs TOOBDXR«H AND UPWARD. HENRY
0 plan;:, merchant tailor, 525 Geary st ocia Sm
ES. li MCANDREWS. FINE MILLINI" BY:
new fall stock; reasonable. 103 Cfary. 01.- In;
TN FORMATION BUREAU; STRICTLY COS!I ;
1 .Initial: ladles destrlug to learn whereabouts of
missing iriendsor relatives should Inquire by let- •
ter, inclosing 2e stamp return postage. A. Kill)"-
-_RTS. San Francisco. Oat. oe-la it*
LADY OF BEST MEDICAL REFERENCES .
gives vapor baths anil treats for neuralgia, rheu-
matism, nervous prostration and chronic diseases
at patient's Imine. or office 41t> McAllister St., flat
P.I, 1 block from City Hall. oclBlt
DEAK UNCLE— IF YOU SUFFER THOSE IN-
fenial rheumatic pains call and get relieved at
5)2 l.:ir:>iii St.. nr. Eddy: don't forget It.olBcad 1-t*
ANY PERSONS SERIOUSLY AFFECTED
with kidney troubles find the dlstllled-waur
ice from 1-0 Eighth st. affords almost Immediate
relief. ___!_..
MATRIMONIAL CHANCES-WEALTHY WID-
iM OWS, widowers, young ladles and gentlemen;
correspondence confidential. Cail oraduress WAI-
KIN '■•> Bureau. 1065 Mission It. lt*_
U- HITKNING. PAPERING, PAINTING. .1. I^CA-
HILL. 032 Mission St.. above U. S. Mini. 17 Ini
KS. THOMPSON. ROMAN SWEDISH TREAT-
ineiit. 101 Grant aye.. Boom 18. ocla
TTeiI SON AL- ITo FFE R »l"000 REWARD FOR
J a cough or throat trouble (last stages uf disease
eicepted) which cannot be relieved by a proper 09 •
or Dr X. Stone's Bronchial Waters; sample! free.
Address STONE MED. CO., Qlllncy. 1:1. .-■* BmSaSll
IF MRS VAN OKDEN. WHO FORMERLY LIVED
Ion" Clementina St.. will call on Mi:s. GEORGE
LEWEKE, 127 Fell st., she will leara or lameiliing
to her advantage. ocl ' ■"*
RACIAL BLEMISHES SUCCESSFULLY IKEA I- ,
Ted a: the European D.apeusary of Beauty. 221
Powell st. oc!7tt
EUROPEAN DISPENSARY OF BEAUTY TUB
JJ only place for chemically pure cosmetics, 221
Powell ocl__tf_
BOOKS AND MUSIC BOUND AT SHORT
notice; reasonable. _U Geary St. oc!7 Imo
T>BOTOGR^PHS ENLAKGED IN CRAYON : SAT-
-1 islactlongu.ianteed. 313 Geary St. ocl-jm
4 GOOD CHANCE -YOUR HOUSE FURNISHED
_ V complete with furuliure, carpets, stove-, cur-
tains, blankets, pictures and mirrors at c«h prl ••-,
on easy Installments: small deposit. M. rKlfc.l>-
MAN _ CO.'S. largest Installment house on the
Coast, 228 and 230 stoc.-iton, and ---7 Post st.; open
evenings; prompt attention l'"id to country orders.
CIOME AND HAVE YOUR PILLOWS AND
\J feather beds filled by McCABE, b"0 Mission St.,
cor. 1- if tli. °cl*> '■"
T.IOR A STYLISH. WELL-FITTING SUIT TO
r order go to scilKlllLl. MB Clay st. ocia if _
» T l_tt KEARNY. BOOK 9, YOU CAN BOKI'.O >»
A money at low rates; private rooms for ladlsj;
pledgei for sale: take elevator. all? tf
ON Till; INSTALLMENT PLAN— DRESS-GOODS,
silks, sealskin and sealette cloaks: also carpets,
furniture, lace-curtains, blankets aud foldlug-bais
nt FRIEDMAN _ CO.'S, __!_ and 230 Stockton
st. Why pay ready money when you caa buy Just
as cheap by making a small cash payment down, .
balance weekly or monthly? An Inspection of our
stock Is respectfully solicited: orders by mall for
goods or samples promptly attended to. 228 and
_3O Stockton, and 237 Post: open evenings. ap!2tt
P.EAT FIRE SALE — $30, 000 Wiiftril OF
cloaks, suits, wraps. Jerseys, etc. Note the fol-
lowing special lines: 35 lealette Jackets at $a.
*7 .".'i a'..| «> regular price *10, SIS and *20; 25
&4 imported sealette jackets, raised sleeves, beauti-
fully lined and finished, price $12 50. $15. $17 .VJ
and $22 00. former price $25, $30. $3.> and $15.
Co me to the BERLIN CLOAK AND SI IT 110 l S.-:,
33 Grant aye.. and see those extraordinary bargains.
damaged by smoke only. oc!7 at
T A MLS, CALL AT OUR SCHOOL. 110 O'FAK-
-l.iri.-ll St., and get a perfect-fitting llnliis or seam-
less waisi cut free by the ladles' tailor square: also
full course or dressmaking taught. oe!7 7t j
KIKE I SALE AT THE 11ERL1V CLOAK
\jr AND SUIT HOUSE, 23 Grant aye. ; 150 Astra-
ehan capes at $2 50, $5 aud $7 50. regular price S3,
$7 60 and $12 50. oc!7 2t
HIGHEST PRICKS PAID FOR SECOND-HAND
clothing. I. MARTIN. 22 Garden St. ocl_7t»
/■IAL. CARPET-SWEEPER IS Till: BOSS: ALL
1/ kinds repaired at FIGEK'S. 310 sutler st.ocl s jin
IESSONSOIVENIN PENMANSHIP IN PI; IV ATE
J families; day and evening. J. W. GRIFFITH,
teacher. Pacific Business College, H'.'J Post. 12 7t*
SPANISH OK FRENCH SPOKEN IN J3 LESSONS;
simplified method; classes forming; terms for
the course, only $25. P. O. Box IHBS. oc7 tf
])IiOB, GOOD, ELDERLY MAN DESIRES TO '
correspond with widow with $:;ouo or $4000.
view to matrimony. Address J. D. BEN N EN T. Box
71, Call Office. oci-'7t*
IJME. BALLIN, DIPLOMAT doctress and
1»X accoucheur, from Vienna University, I ..lies'
specialist: experience in more Lbau 2000 cases:
treatment painless and sure; consulting free;
charges moderate; hours, 10 to 12 a. m., 4 to 8 i*. m.
The Melville. 1104 Market St.. Room 7. oclJ 15t«
PARTIES DISCHARGED FROM THE FIRE lii.-
X partment since 1*66 send address or call .it 935
Mission St. at 7 p.m. roel2 Mt»J COMMITTEE.
GOLD REMAINS AT PAR: LAKEVIEW LOTS
are Increasing in value every day. oc . tf
AST.OFF CLOTHINU —JEWELRY BOUGHT
CAST-OFF CLOTHING — JEWELRY BOUGHT
and sold; highest price paid. 1123Vb Market, tf
IGHEST PRICE PAID FOR CAST-OFF CLOTH
■U. Ing, gold, jewelry, books. KLEIN, 101> Sixtlu::
ARTIFICIAL PAVEMENTS— L. BATTER, CON-
-A. tractor, rock and brick work. 3015 Buchanan, tt
brTlliant. dealer IN dress goods,
• fine cloak.*, carpets, furniture, household goods,
etc., sold ou easy payments. 209 Mason st. ocl 3m
pOM~PLE POWDER OR CREAM FOR FAUtT
\J and hands; Invisible, harmless; 25c. At I}\J-
BjUIS'. Clay _ Leavenworth.- all druggists. ocJ tt
LADIES. HAVE YOUR BANGS 1 RIMMED AND
curled by an artist J.ate of Shaw's o: N. V. : .iyc-
ing and bleaching a specialty. -'i Geary -:. i.cl if
ACCORDION PLAITING (GENUINE): ALSO
-A. pinking, stamping and buttonholes. 137 Sixth. lf
ADIES-OUR SYRINGES AND SAFEGUARD*
J for especial use, save lots of troubleand anxiety.
Acme Rubber Co.. 235 Kearny st. se7 3m
PIONEER CAP.PKT-I-.EATING MACHINES DJ
X the best work. J. SPAULDINIi _ CO.. 353 To-
tamasL: telephone 3010. ap^l2 tt
PARPET-CLEANINI>. 3C PER YARD; CH"eap-
\J est and best In the city. J. _. MITCHELL x
CO., 230 fourteenth st. a|»2 tl
» DVICE FREE; DIVORCES A SPECIALTY:
xV no publicity; terms reasonable: no fee unless
Mucesslui; costs advanced for reliable persons, Ad-
dress Attorney, P.O. Box 1922, S. F. iy_'s tf
CITY STEAM CARPET BEATING AND RE.NO-
voting works: dyeing and cleaning. 24 and 2
Eighth St. G. 11. STEVENS, proprietor. ]y;i ;i
]V"OTICI3— DR. R. J. LA GRANGE. OCULIST.
-li 806 Van Ness avenue, San Francisco: lute of
Gloucester Gardens, Hyde Park, London, England.
Office hours from 1 1 a. m. to 3p. .m. se24 lm
YOU CAN BUY YOUK FUKNITUKK ON IS-
— ('ailment*; easy terms. BARE liKu.i 833 ill
:■. 1 Hayes St.. bet. Franklin and Gough. mr!stt
pARPKTS THOROUGHLY CLEANED WITHOUT
\J beating: refitting csirpeU a specialty. CONKLIX
BROS.. 333 Golden Gate aye.: telepliono ai'2l>. I.i::
ll' AISTS CUT, FITTED, STITCHED. COLLAKS
'» sleeves In; skirt cut, stitched, brail dr*:>ery
teltsplltnn; $:l. M.ME, IIUIIAUX, 110 McAIIHIr.
\V IN DOW SHADES MANUFACTUKED TOO*
•_» derby WILLIAM m, phi 1195 Market. 21 it
DRESSMAKING— LATEST STYLES; RKASON-
abIe prices: orders by mall promptly executed;
ran teed. MKS. M. UK HAG Ay. 367 Missioii.bin
MONEY LOANED OX ARTICLES: EVERY DB-'
a*l scription of collateral; old gold and silver
bought. C'I.KMAN'S. 41 3d St.. San Francisgq m.U
Sty ,-() for a Dozen CABINETS with one
ip — .OU beautiful colored picture and gilt i rains
at WILSON'S Gallery. 22 Kearny St.. my-'5 li::l "
PI ANO AND ORGAN TUNING REPAIK-
I Ing promptly attended to: lowest prices, once.
KOLANDEH'S music-house, 1059 Market st. W. .1
GURNEIT JR. -e-J-t 1n..-
-I>IANO I.F:ss. i S B\ GtKMAN I. aim ; ,ia_*
A hour 25 cents. 931 Market. Boom 32. my IS rim
CARPETS CLEANED CHEAP. STRAITON : 4
\J WHELDEN. 453 Stevensou St. se2a tt
MRS. JAMES CASTKLLO, FASHIONABLE
IVI dressmaker, 14 Turk st; very reasonable lm
LAMPS-DO NOT FAIL TO SEE JANTZK.VS
-J exhibit at the Mechanic's Fair; ask for Jantn l"s
lamp, best In the market; 60 caudle-power. Store-
71*M.irket sU ■ SS2S lm
DIVORCES, WILLS. ETC. VRANK KENNEDY.
Attorney. S3 Murphy Building. 12 tt
BE ADVISED IN TIME AND SAVK MONKY ItV
purchasing a merchant •r-in.il>- 3 or 4 buc-
ton cutaway suit, -tillable lor bit-mess or .Ire--.. for
$20. made by an artist tailor for $40. ORIGINAL
MISFIT CLOTHING PARLORS, cor. Post ami Du-
pout st.-. _______'■-"-
BUTTON-HOLES AND BUTTONS MADE, PINK."
ins; latent style, plaiting. 18 U'Farrrll. .-.:';(
REST EASY AND SAVE MONEY. AS we II \V_
trousers of the latest designs and styles for*:,
made by tlie best merchant tailors for $4 to 3-1 )
ORIGINAL MISFIT CLOTHING PARLORS, cor.
■ Post aud Dupoot sis. •
CoI.i.MISAI'.N FRINGE AND TRIMMING MAX-
ufactory. 113 O'Farrell, opp. old place, seiti ;;-n
MAN OK LIMITED MEANS CAN DUES.-* AS
wen as the millionaire by purchasing a mer-
chant tailor-made nobby sack suit for $15. made by
a merchant tailor for $30. iii:igi.\ai. Misfit
CLOTHING PARLOUS. cor. Post and Dupont sts.
ACCORDION PLEATING HONK AT M.MS,
in iiol'S, so3 Suiter (formerly 113 McAllister)-
branch office, MME. MICIIAU.V. 118 McAllister, it
GOOD BUSINESS INVESTMENT CAN BE
made by purchasing a merchant tailor-mi lo
business suit fur $15. inaile by a leading merchant
tailor for $30. ORIGINAL MISFIT CLOTHINU
PARLOUS, tor. l\,-t and Dupont ats.
pOME IMMEDIATELY AND SAVE TKOURLK
V and expense by buylug a merchant tall.ir-mada
dress overco it for $12, made by a Chicago merchant *
tailor ror $23, ORIGINAL MISFIT CLOTUINU
PARLORS, cor. Post and Diipoul sts. :
INVALID LADIES-SURE, SAFE. BEST CURB'
_ all cases: monthly periods restored hi few hours;
no failure; family secret, safeguard: consult free,
confidently, only DR. D'ANTHAN. 229 Kearny st.: ■
9-4; sterility, weakness, apathy, pain, ulcer- cure I :t
WATCHES cleaned AND WARRANTED, 750
''at WEN/EL'S, Third st. -■•■- Jyl»tt
I>ERFECT-FITTINU DKESSKS MAW n -IT
X hours fur $15. $20, $25: good) all round; also
ready-made suits. MRS. M. DAVIS. 234 Taylor St. tt
ADIES, SEND FOR OUR PAMPULETa— WE
j haye soniettnn.- new which will save you trou-
ble: price $5. Address KIRKWOOD HARD RUIt-
BER CO., Market anil Jones, 4th floor. Room 12 1
San Francisco: send stamp: lady agents wanted, ott
PRIVATE HOME IN CONF^EMFNT. 9tTl
X Folsoinst., MRS. M. E. ROGERS, Midwife. aS tt
LARGEST STOCK. LARGEST STORE, LOWEST
price: easiest terms on new and second-hand
furniture and carpels, stoves and ranges; highest
frlce paid lor second-hand goods; obeii eventnzs.
017. 1019. 1021. 1023 Mission ,t. bet. Sixth and
Seventh. J. NOON AN. . - au7 tf
i>ORTRAirs -■ ENLARGED IN INDIA INK."
crayon, water colors and pastel. Pacine Por-
trait Co., 1221 Market St.. T.J. O'BRIEN. M'gr. 20 tt
WEEK'S NEWS FOR 5 CENTS-TUB WEEKi.
Cai.u In wrapper, ready for mailing.
CARPKNTEKS AND litllLUKKa.
JIIOEHRER ft CO., CARPENTEE3 AND
_. Builders, 113 Leldesdorg »t. *■ ■' : - TT 9 e3if -»
J WKI!: ' NC * : ' CARPENTER A.ND UUILDKa,"
«» . 018 Sacramento st ; cabinet won and nttiu.:
IBcetpromMUyatwrnded to: t«ieuhoTi«Sua „iuj;f
- : • MONKY TO LOAN. £
OJ 2ND MORTQAOE OK NOTES: ON IST,:
<_«tgage b%. J. L. ISAACS, *ll O'Farreli.oWtl

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