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Synopsis for (ho I'a«t Twrint) -four Hours.
The barometer has tallen la California and South
ern Arizona and Weateni Washington, elsewhere
basriaen, especially in EfoitlieMtVm Oregon ami
Eastern Washington, it is inchest la Hasten Ore
gonand I .w.-^i In Southern CaltfonJa. Another
cyclone baa made us appeanaee off Vancouver Im
an<t and i> adnnclog slowly eastirartL Reports are
inlsstag from Kurekaand Fort Canbi-. TiieeltVe; of
■In' at Tin i-. not yet decisive at stations near t tie
' coast. Xno temperature has fallen in Washington,
Oregon and Southeastern Ciliiorma; elMwnert iias.
rlaen, especially along t tie Bomliwest coast ol Calt
.urnia. Pair w-Mtiur bM tnevailed in all districts.
Forecast till 8 P. B. Salurd.y.
tor Northern California — Fair weather, winds
generally north to west; nearly stationary tempera
lor Southern California — Fair weather; win. ls
generally norm to wfst; nearly stationary tempera
ture; cxcc-Dt cooler at Los Angeles.
I- 1 r urcgon — Fair wrulher, except lieht rain at
Kosi»burK : winds, generally westerly: ne:irly sta'-lo:i
--itry temperature, except cooler at itosobarg.
for Washington — Fair freatber, except followed
Dy rain :*: Fort < anbj aad Olynpla; rariftblo irlnds;
ne.irly stationary teiui»LTature. except cooler at
S| okane I alls aud Wjiia Walla.
John r. FINI.EY.
Lieutenant Blgnal Corps (in charge).
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FOB CERTAIN KEASONS.
A contemporary says concerning the grant
ing of a franchise fur an electrical railroad
between ;hr lowei end ol Market street and
Baden, that one of the chief promulga
t.rs ol the scheme said to a reporter that a
large sum had been offered to kill the fran
chise, liit for certain reasons the offer bad
vi : been accepted. '1 his statement excites
eurio>ity as to llm nature of the "certain
reasons." a Board that would pa>s the
.">l:ag liock order and award the printing
contract in face of such a veto message as
was addressed to the Hoard must have had
weighty reasons for doing a thin*, or from
Btatainißg frura doitig it. The haste of the
chi»f profßHlgatOM of the Chronicle's Baden
raflrotd S'-heme in pushing a franchise
thruuch a Board of Supervisors who have
bci'n denounced by the Mayor of the city,
who is also a leader of th.'ir own party, and
alsn by a Grand Jury composed of men of
both parties, invites scrutiny into the na
ture of the scheme. Why this haste? In
two weeks there will be a Board of Super
n son in power who at least come to the
Service of the city with good persona! char
acters. They possess tho confidence of the
people to a larger degree than any Board
tiiat has recently been elected. If tho Ba
den railruud scheme has no other purpose
than is announced, it would not have avoided
the scrutiny of a Board in which the public
have confidence. The admission that a large
sum had been offered to kill the frauchise
implies that a larger sum might have been
ctfered nut to kill it.
A newspaper in discussing the silver ques
tion publishes the following:
A sliver dealer says that be does uot believe
theie will lie any silver legislation tills session,
except, perhaps, tUe repeal of the silver leglsla
tiou of last session. This Is quite likely. liie
Mlver legislation ot last session was wrong,
and to repeal it would be rigut. But that will
not settle the silver queition, which Is iuc pabla
i-f any oihei settlement than free coinage,
adupteo and understood to be the permanent
pulley of the couutry, as it was from 1702 to
1573. We erant that it may cause some imme
dlate pei uii ballon, but nothuiK in comparison to
i :••• era eudured under pieseut legislation, wlilcli
fa eniphical and quac l*b lo the last defcr j e. We
aie surprised that U>e friends of sound finance
<lo not sec the extreme desirability of ending
mis most annoying controversy in this ouly pos
Our contemporary is partly right and
partly wrong. It would be a mistaken
policy at this time to coin silver in any
quantity offered at the mints free of charge,
for this would for a time at least drive gold
coin out of circulation. It is better, there
fore, to pursue tbe course which has been
adop;ed by Congress and go slowly, for it is
likely now that other countries, with tbe ex
ception perhaps of England, will soon
change their law? relative to silver. If so
ilie United Statc3 can enter upon the free
coinage of silver without a sliock to business.
Immediately after tbe war this country
orient nave entered upon free coinage with
out much difficulty, but the banking interest
opposed such a policy, hence we have
drifted along, which has answered pretty
A LAST AITEAL.
A New York journal calls upon Senator
F.vnrts lo make a final effort to stop the
work on the Apportionment Bill until New
York ha> been granted a recount. In com
mon with several other cities. New York
was disappointed by the census returns. It
bad estimated its population by the usual
tarts, and was surprised that an Hctual
cunt showed the estimate to be inaccurate.
Almost every city in the country lias had
the same disagreeable experience. It did
not pnive to bs so important as it had
thought itself. Hut New York, true to its
provincialism, Imtgtaet it has a special
grievance, whereas it but shares a national
disappointment. Tliere is no evidence to
shdW that New York was underrated out of
proportion to its population. In San Fran
cisco we are confident that the ceusus failed
to report *t,OOO residents. New York is
fully fiv« times greater than San Francisco,
»nj by the same ratio it may have suffered a
1 s^ of 150,000. Tho rest of the country
abides by the census returns, believing
tiiem to be inaccurate, but New York alone
insists upon a recouut at a period wheu the
city's population is tha largest. It would
Mop the work of apportionment until its
case has been separately attended to. The
t'go^ism of the Empire City is wearisome.
BIGGKR TBAS GENKKAL IHMiTII.
The Democratic door-keeper of the House
ol Representatives who thought lie was a
bigger man than General Grant is brought
tn mind by the commeut of the London
7Vuic«on the resignation of Commissioner
Smith of the Salvation Army. The Timea
tliinks the resignation of Booth's lieutenant
exposes Booth's plan for- V)e relief ofthe
poor of EDgland to suij^iion. It has
reason to believe that the substau
tial parts of the plan originated with
Commissioner Smith, and assumes that
li is resignation shows that there must da
something wrong with the scheme or
tin- management of the funds. Gen
eral Booth has bad the credit of possess
ing a remarkable facility for organiza-
tion, but of course it is not etisy to deter
mine to what extent the ideas he has given
to the world were gima to him by tiis com
paratively unknown lieutenant. The un
fortunate part of the affair is that a latge
sum of money promised by tin: rich lor the
relief of the poor may be withheld.
The St. Louis (llobc-Dcrnnrrat suggests
that the United State* ought to purchase
the Sandwieli Inlands. We have already
puid a large sum in the way of a reduction
of duties on sugar. Instead of paying a
bounty of 2 cents per pound, as h«s been
proposed by the owners of plantations on
Vhr islands, wtiy Dot take the money to I'tir
< Ikiso the islands outriglit? The King
might become a United States Sinaior when
tlie islands form a State. If we have to pay
n bounty, and our citizens are determined to
invest money in the islands, a purchase
might bs iiiH'lo.
A OSOWXKe DRAIN.
In a talk with "(iatli" Jay Gould recog
nizes the annual tli£ht of well-to-do Amer
icans to Europe its a Rrovt ing drain upon our
finances. His remedy is to make our own
country interesting. It seems to us that Mr.
Gould does not allow sufficient consideration
t» fashion. People go to Kuropu because
it is the fashion to go. Most people on their
return arc lull of reminiscences of what
they saw in Europe. "When I was
in Paris " has become so common
an expression that it provoke* a smile
•even when mtd without intention of ad
vertising the fact of atrip to Kurope. In
these days every young persuu of cither sex
wants to begin life by a visit tn scenes de
scribed in the plains and novels they have
read. The climate of the Mediterranean
das been immortalized hi wise, though a
'ATi-it many people who have had extended
experience with both prefer the climate of
California. The disposition to travel should
not be repressed. To most people travel is
a l>enefit. But it is a good idea to travel,
first in one's own country, and afterward
in a foreign land. There are people in East
ern cities wlio co to liurope every summer,
yet know uu'hiog about tlieir own country
west of Chicago, except what they learn at
se_ mid hand. In time travel will even it
self. Ther« will be as many Europeans
criming West as there are Americans coing
East. In time also Americans who have
made a duz> n or so trips to Europe will
think it ths correct thins to glance briefly at
the Pacific Coa>t of their own country.
Nature as done as much for tli is Coast as
fur any part of the world, but as yet no
]>\run has arisen to tell the world what the
Coast is like.
ANOTHEK CANADIAN ENTKIiI'RISE.
IVpjilp who ton or fifteen years ago sneered
at the idea of a Canadian railroad to the l'.i
ciiic and a line of (.'.inadiau steamers to Asia
are now erawliag into such exceedingly
small holes that they will hardly be able to
get out in shape to laugh, at the new Winni
peg and Bodson Hty Railroad. Up to the
present tine that enterprise lus been classed
with the scheme of tiie sanguine Arctic ex
plorer, who proposes to reach tlie Xortli Pule
by baliojn frutr. Franz Josof L-.itid. But it
I as been seriously taken up by the nonunion
Parliament, and grants of millions of square
miles of land, which becomes visible in July
and disappears under the snow in August,
are to be voted in its aid.
The road is to start from Winnipeg, in
Manitoba, and skirling Lake Winnipeg and
the NeUon Uiver, to terminate at or near
York factory, on Hudson Bay. Its length is
estimated at Tim miles. It runs through a
country wbicb has hitherto been regarded
as too bleak for tillage, but the soil, like
parts of the Yukon Valley, is -nil to be fer
tile. Where it c.iv be cultivate;! it is report
rd as capable of yielding fifty -bushels of
wheat to the acre. There me at present no
settlements north of tha Winnipeg district,
and the terminus on the b;iy enn-iists of the
old Hudson Bay Company's buildings and a
few Esquimaux bats. It can hardly be
called a village. But the projectors of the
enterprise s<*e in it the cerm of ■ future me
tropolis. It is in ."7° north latitude, like
Sitkn, the capital of Alaska.
But the object of the railroad is not so
rnncn to open up the country north ot Win
nipeg ms U> afford, in the language of the pro
jectors, "a new ana short outlet for the
wheat and cattle of Manitobi, Minnesota,
the Dakota* and Wyoming ti Europe." The
distance from the terminus at York, or Port
Nelson, to Liverpool is stated to be 2WO
uiilps; the sailing course is up Hudson Bay
to Hudson Straits, through the straits and
thnu-rh the south end of Davis Strait into
the Atlantic— a course which will commend
Itself to shippers of cattle, as no refrigerat
ing process will b^ required to preserve the
meat. It appears, from a report which was
made a few years ago to the Canadian Gov
ernment by an exploring expedition sent out
for the purpose, that there are few icebergs
in Hudson Hay, though there is a good sup
ply of field ice; but fleets of bergs come
down the Fez Channel which ends at the
mouth of Hudson S;rails, and \essels have
to be pretty lively to dodce them. By keep
ing a bright lookout, however, they can be
eluded, and the explorers reported that be
tween July and the cud of September ves
sels properly built to work their way through
ice can fairly entertain hopes of getting
through the straits without shipwreck.
Once off the coast of Labrador, they would
have the usual trials of Arctic navigators to
encounter and i>otuing more.
In case wheat or cattie ladeu ships are de
layed <n their voyage by bergs or ice-fields
tlio crew can turn the delay to good ac
count by fishing for walrus, porpoise and
white whales, which are quite abundant in
Hudson Straits. Walrus tusks are prop
erty which can ba converted into. money
anywhere, and the skin of the porpoise
makes leather which is excellent for heavy
boots. From nil three animals a fair qual
ity of oil can bi! extracted. A judicious cap
tain can thus ai!d something to bis freight
money, and the excitement of the chase will
serve to while away the tedium of foiced
Altogether, the scheme seems promising.
Every enterprise which opens up new and
unexplored country is to be coinmendeu,
and though we hardly ngree with the pro
jectors of the Hudson Bay llailroad, that
teeming masses of Europeans will hasten to
locate farms in a region which resembles
the tundra of Siberia and where a man has
to bestir himself every morning to dig his
way out of his bouse, the project has a
noble aspect. It seems unlikely that the
wheat-growers of Dakota, or even of Mani
toba, will forsake the familiar channeteXJf
transportation, via New York or Montreal,
to patronize a railroad which will be blocked
by snowdntts for half the time, and ships
which will have to pick their way through
drift ice and ice mountains. But there is
something loftier than mere utility, and
in this instance the Canadians seem to be
after it. _^
TIIK HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
Tlie Alia California, in speaking of the
effects of the reduction of duties on sugar
by the McKinley act, says:
The sugar Uu iff was a rev- mie tariff entirely.
The sugar tax went direct to mo Treasury, v
fuiuhued a pruiior method of reciprocity with
Hawaii, out of which we built up a lucra;lvo
trade that Is abmit to be lost to us. The proper
thins to do Is lor some California Cougrestruan
tv move a restoration of the old sugar schedule.
By uo other menus now iv sight, except a partlcl
pallou In the sugar bouoiy, cau leclproclty with
Hawaii be maintained.
Our contemporary, it seems from the
above, notwithstanding its free-trade argu
ments would ip.iurn to protective duties on
sugar. The trade of Hawaii was literally
nothing before we permitted the entry of
sujjar fiee of duty. Nearly all of tht trade
with the. islands has been built up by Ameri
can investments. If the United States
should not take Hawaiian sugar upon the
same conditions as heretofore, it is probable
that our citizens would invest their means
in Calilornia beet-root sugar factories, when
we should g.iin far more than we do by
handling Hawaiian sugar.
The Alta says Air. Cleveland's wonderful
faculty of statement has not been equaled
by any great Ajneriean since Jefferson.
Whether Mr. Cleveland's faculty of state
ment has been equaled by nny small Ameri
cans, our contemporary does not say. With
all this wonderful faculty of statement, there
seems to be a wide diversity of opinion as to
what Mr. Cleveland's views are on any
subject upon which he has made speeches
and written messages. One journal reeards
THE MORNING CALL. SAN FRANCISCO. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 27. 1890-EIGHT PAGES.
him as a believer in absolute free trade; an
other, as an advocate of a revenue tariff.
11b baa made himself understood nl in favor
of laiiff reform, but brlfl reform is a vaj;ue
expression. Inasmucli as no act is perfect.
any attempt to improve oue may be accepted
as a movement iv the direction of tariff re
form. The Alia Is, we think, in error in
the opinion that Mr. Cleveland is a terror to
the Ueptiblican party. We regard him as a
loss formidable Presidential caudidato than
Mr. liill or Mr. Whitney, not to go out of
New York for Presidential material. If Mr.
Cleveland is nominated the people will nc
cept it as a triumph of the free-trade wing
of the Democratic party. Whether or nut
Mr. Cleveland is an absolute free-trader, lie
is apparently the choice of the extreme free
trade advocates. Some of his followers, who
have to a ureater extent than Mr. Clevi-land
the courage of their convictions, nuke no
disguise as to their belief in absolute free
trade. Now, the Itepubliean party will not
shrink from a trial before the American peo
ple of the merits of a policy of free trade, or
of a tariff fur revenue only, and a policy of
protection to American labor.
The remarkable growth of business is Illus
ti.iini by a resume uf the IMeaiinglmuse siall»
tics in the /bmeriean Banker. Tiiere aio 40
cities wlio^e clear ing-limise leportsare compared
in weekly tables, New York as the liuancial cen
ter reporting ior tlm year ending November UOUi
transactions HiiiouatliiK to 37,603 miliiuus ol
dollars out of a total ul 80,378 millions for the
whole country. The clearing-houses of the East,
Huston, riillatleluula, flushing, llaluuioie aud
Washington, report trausaclious ninouiiilng to
10,484 millions, while thusu o( the West, Chi
cago. Bi. ],ouls, Cincinnati, Clev«land, New
Oi leans. Sat) Francisco aud eight other
cities, present a total ol 0.534 millions.
To lhe?e may be added the aggregate ol 23.j0
millions liquidated by twenty-nine smaller cleai
lng-boti;e centers, the graud aggregate reaching
G0, 278 millions, against 56,800 nillllnua for
1880 and 411,145 millions for IBSS. These facts
dt-inm'.slralc a s'endy Increase in the business
liaDsactlnns of I lie ua'.lcu. Wbat au immense
ainouut Ibesa Bgam reinvent. Wh.it a mount
ain o; gold or silver it would lake to make the
trmaafM in a lunu> sum. Take lor instance a
million of gold, weighing 3885.8 pound*, a tnicK
load. aud llieu make up a wagou-truiu ol 00,278
of t lie in. A million of silver weighs 58, 829.9
pounds, and It would take a pretty big Irelght
car to contain it. 1 Hen Imasuie how many en
gines it would lake lo haul 60,378 millious.
Some tigalfieantttattsUMM the uni stienptli
o[ European torces were recently laid Leloie the
Kicucli Chamber of Deuulies. At the termina
tion of the war ot '70-'7l France li .id 405 war
vessels, and has suice exi euded fc9Oo,oOt>,ooo
on her navy. The members of the Tuple AMl
ance liacl 11)0 war vessels and ba** Muce ex
pended S700,0i .)0,i)oo. According to the dlrtei -
ent programmes, in lSitj Kiltain Is certain o'
h.ivloe 41 2 seaworthy war vessels, the Triple
Alliance 568 and France 299. Of gfiu armoied
bSttte-SUpS EUlMail'l Hill | o-.- <_■-;- _',;;.,■ i ;!...■
Alliance 30 and France 30l Of sm.i Her armored
battla-cblpg Kokand will have 15, the Tru le Al
liance 2.) and France 'J'2. Of armored ci ulcers of
tlio llrst Elan Ihe lij;u:es are: Eutlaud at. Triple
Alliance 13, France 11, and of the s.coud class
Holland 61, Hie Triple Alliance 17auU Franco
0. In 189611 Is calculated Wat the inple Alli
ance wiil have 1)9 larue and 372 small torpedo
boats, acaiusl England's 41 and 150 and France's
13 aud IST. ie>i>eclive;y.
What an Important effect the National In
dian Ongiess at Calcutta is bk ly to hay?
upon that EMMS eniphe. The speak
ers profeis pacific dims, admit thai the
people »re not yet ripe for representa
tive Institution.!, but maintain lliat tbe elective
principle ought to ba adopted in nominations to
the Indian Council. While many believe the
tendency of British government iv India Is In
the dneciion of safe concessions of native Home
ruir. the natural poiley would be to drier that
event a* far as possible. Scotland and Ireland
aie likely to long enjoy the privilege of home
rulti befoie the conceisiou Is made to India. If
tin; population of India and Bnrnsab, somethinc
like 275.000,000, were iiei milted to enjoy the
luivilejjfs or a national I'arliaineut. they iiiiuht
kick over the truces, refuse needed Brants of
money and strongly object to the dl'aiiowauce
of some act not in harmony wliu the policy of
the Imperial Government.
The toaMlng of the latent alliance between
France and liu««la at a receut banquet giv-n by
Hie officers of the St. Petersburg (rairison to
Maisslu. ihe French mflitaiy engineer who super
intended Hie erectton of faetoues for the making
of smokeless towdiT, caused some discomfiture
Iv eeitatn F.uroi <-an circles, particularly as It
was coupled Kith the announcement mat tue war
putty was ...Miii iv the a<ceudaut at the Russian
Court, that the Czar Is being constantly urged to
strike a decisive blow and that such aduce is
more likely to be heeded on account r>f misrepre
sentations, designedly made, ou the efficiency of
the forces of tbe Triple Alliance. II Is no longer
a military secret that Bujsla has continued the
concentration <d troops on the western frontier,
two divisions having been trausferiel from the
Caucasus to tl.e Austrian boundary.
Congressman Tillman of South Carolina dur
ing the debate ou the Apportionment Bill argued
In favor of Increasing the membership of the
House to COO. claiming that the districts are
now too lame to permit a member to have a fire
side acquaintance with his constituent. But
what a bear-narden such a House would lie. and
what a job the S|ta-.e: ».;..! have to enforce
the rules in such a laigo assembly. To rivet the
attention of the members and pnlleri'S a in, in
would have to be tne possessor of extraordinary
lungs and unusually bright attainments.
The next steamer to the Sandwich lilands
may carry a ray of hope to ins unfortunates of
Molokat. for a cablegram from Madi Id announces
that two persons autferliiK from lepcosy who
weie Inoculated with some of Professor Koch's
uouderful I.Miii'h are reported to be apparently
State Board of Tratlc.
The State Board of Trade has entered a
new era. Phoenix like it has risen from the
nshes with wings outspread and beak open
to scream its triumph. It has gradually ac
cumulated »n exhibit in its new quarters,
and received yesterday a handsome redwood
cabinet from Sacramento to contain the dis
play that county will «end in. Kern County
will soon follow her example. Fresno, So
noma, Monterey, Napa aud Stanislaus coun
ties will soon follow the example of Sacra
mento and iidil to the exhibit The Napa
Asylum has alreiidy done so through Dr.
\\ ilktus, an euthu-iajtic horticulturist.
.Messrs. Mills, Irish, IJiceand Caldwel! con
stitute a special committee on immigration
to induce settlers to take land.
Major Blakeney of the life-saving service
h;is just returned from a trip to the national
capital o& a business visit to the Treasury
Department, lie went to urge certain im
provements, two of which are stations at
Point San Pedro, five miles south of the
Clitr House, and the other at Loomis, on the
beach between the mouth of the Columbia
and Suoal water Bay. Three stations on the
southern coast of Oregon are Hearing com
pletion — one at Coos Buy, one at the mouth
of the Coquillfl River aud the third at the
estuary of the Unipqua. The Coos Bay Sta
tion will take the plan of that of Araao
which will soon be discontinued. The Neau
Bay Station has been discontinued.
Captain i'l .•..,'« Kr-iciiatioii.
Pilot Commissioner A. C. Freese sent in
his resignation yesterday, to take effect on
January Ist. Captain Freese was cho>en
I'ublic Administrator at the recent election.
Olvmi-iax Skating Kluk; Mechanics' Pavilion.*
Sent to Agxews.— Charles Uiiruton, 32
years of ai;e, a book-binder by occupation, was
committed u> Ibe Aituews Asylum yesterday.
Visit Ueitysburg I'anotama, MaiKet & loth. •
Open fob Insi-kition-. _] lie new Hebrew
Hume for Ated Dl-abled at 507 Lombard itreet,
will he open for lusuectiou i:< monow afternoon.
Assignee Ai-pointed.— <J. E. French has
been appointed by Judce Kearden assignee ol
l'i .imi'lm-o Masstua In insolvency under a $500
No waiting at Townseud's. Plenty of help.
Thousands of packages of California glace fruit
and candies packed, all ready to baud out. *
Utkmania Ci.in Bali..— Tne seventeenth
anniversary of the (iermanla llub was cele
brated ou Thursday ulgut by a ball In Saratoga
Orphans Rkmemkeued.— James L. Flood
donated 81000 to the Koiuan Catholic Orphan
Asylum at South San Francisco, and P Mc-
Dooald sent a quantity ol cand es to the lltila
oues. - -—
J.K.CcTTKK'sOLDbouunoN.— Tuls celebrated"
whisky Is Tor sale by all first-class druzelsts and
grocers. Trade mark— star within a shield. •
Remanded Into Custody.— Mol Ham Nl
was yesieiday remauded Into the custody of the
I' nurd HtttH Marshal by Judne liawley pend
liiK Ihe deteimliiution of his habeas corpus peti
tion In tha United Siaies Dlstrici Court.
INFRINOEMEKT OF i'ATENT.— The Pacific
Cable ltailway Company lias instituted its sixth
suit against the Consolidated Piedmont Com-
Piiiiy for Infrlneeuieut of tv« A. & Uallldie trip.
<lf lver, which was assiened to the compauy in
• 100 Reward
Will be paid by Weaver & Co., land locators, 321
Montgomery street, San Francisco City, to bave
any person come forward and under oath stale
that we hat* In any of our transactions tailed to
Oil any and all aereemcott made by us. or de
frauded any person havlog dealings wltn vi out
of one dollar. Weaver & Co., 321 Montgomery
The Evanston Co-Operative House-
Some time ngo a number of residents of
Chicago, mostly all housekeepers, formed a
society «hich was named the Kvanston Co
oret alive ilousekeepers' Atisociatinn, and re
cently the meuibers uf the association, nimi
bering ~22~> members, sat down to tlieir first
meal. Accoidiug to a report published iv a
local paper, " the happy phalanx of lnncliers
simultaneously plunged their 2075 soup
spoons intu the luscious consomme." The
bill of fare, for the tirst dinner was as fol
Consomme. Cream of Rice.
Baked Whlteflsh. Tomato Sauce.
Sirloin ot Beef. Chicken with Dressing.
Lamb Stcvr, with Green Peas.
Veal Cutlets. Breaded, Cream Sance.
Bhrinip.wlth trench Dressing.
Masi.cd Potatoes. Lima Beans. Corn.
Apple Pie. Mince Pie.
Plum Puddlu^, Brandy Sance.
Trie co-oi)erative kitchen society is
unique, as nut another uf its kind can be
found in America. Its ouly possible rival
is tbe " Irvis Freros." iv l'aris, wliich is
ojiprated by the French an.-tocrats. The
former mau-iger of tlie lattur instiiution,
llany L. Gtau, U now in charge of the
The Kiouad tloor is occupied as a kitchen.
Au ice-box, 0 feet \vidt-, S feet low; and 10
feet in height, drawl the visitor's' first at
tention. The box is divided Into several
ooini artnient*, and will be amply sufficient
for all tho wants of the co-operators. A
louj; rauge occupies some suace on this
lloor. A cook iug-stove, which can turu out
fifty ioaves ol bread every hour, is iv tue
Immediate vicinity ol th« big rauge.
A UDVeI leuture on this floor are steam
tables. They are made of tin, aud are for
the purpose of keeping man the meals of
the co-operators while ihey are beius put in
special rcaeptaclea. The Utter nre boxes
iniidi.' fiom thick sheet zinc, two by three
fci'i iv size, and about fiva inches high.
This box tia- holes, which are filled with all
kinds ot kettles und pans for various dishes.
The boxes — the Norwegian kitchen, as they
are cailpd — will be filled with hot water,
and thus nil the meals will be kept hot.
The institution has tnree delivery wagons.
Each uf them can hold sixteen Norwegian
kitfh us. The wagons nre provided with
stoved, and it is e.-tiuiated that under these
fircumstancea the meals can be kept warm
for two hours.
A lank which can hold ICOO callons of
watir is in oi eiatinn, and w. 1 furnish the
kitchi-n with purified wu.er. The basement
is occupied by a fifteen Morse-power boiier
ami engine, which fumbhea lieat and power
for the institnUoD. Tho wa-hing machine
and the wringer are situated ou the first
Hour. The wring*! is of th« newest sort It
makes l.'ioO revolutions a minute. A drviins
ruoii!, w hit h is capable ot diving SSOsbirtS
every hotii', is also situated on the first floor.
This department is in charge of ilr. Georue
CoilUon and iiis wife, who are both experi
enced in this line.
The second flour is occupied as a store
room for all kimls of provisions, A part of
the luundry machinery is in the rear portion
of it. A complete laundry outfit iias been
put in, including starching ainl ironing ma
Meals are to be served as follows: Break
fast, (> to X o'clock; luncheon (Sundays), 12
to 2 o'clock; luncheon (week-days), 12 lo 1
o'clock ; limner, o lo 7 o'clock.
Milk, cream, fruit, etc., are delivered every
morning; coffee iv pound packages and
butter in i omul rolls, as ordered.
The bill of fare for tim day is to be fur
nished twenty-four hours in advance for the
ivgulHr meals, extra meals to be furnished
PHtrons fur guest:, at a eo>t of 86 ceuts per
capita, lialf an hour's notice beinj given to
Fourtefiith lUiiuiiHl ICiport of the State
Tlie fourtt-enth biennial report of the
State Superintendent of Public Instruction
liiis been published. 'Jhe statistics show
t! at tbe iocrease in : !.<• number of census
chiidien in the State during the past two
years was 10,38'J, in tlie average number be
longing to the public schools for the same
The increase in the daily average attend
ance was 14,362, thus showing that the daily
average attendance was iacreased by TOO
more than tue total increase in tho census
rdis fur the same tint*. Daring the past
two years 381 new school-houses have been
erected, the total number in tho State nuw
being .ili'l. oi which 11.1 are of brick.
The increase in number of teachers is
4Pt">; in number of teachers graduates from
the Normal scboola, :>"JS; in number of vol
umes in school libraries, 77,000; in number
of visits by County Superintendents, 831.
'1 he increase in number of teachers at
tending Institutes is 631; in number of
school visits by trustees, 8980: in number of
school visits by parents and friends, 32,110;
in value of school property. $3.0<>0,3t;3; |total
value ol school proper m the £>:ate, SKS,
The Superintendent, Ira G. Hoitt, adds to
his report tlie following:
In reililiiß from office, 1 desire to express my
slticeie iii.ii.Ui 10 the tuess ot the Male geti
irally for tin' coitlLil cornicles extended to me
dtume il-e past four yean, aud the encouraic
ii: lilendly lielpfuluritii elveu to all engaced In
piouinllui: Hie uileieMs o( tne public 3cnouls.
BLOWN OFF A TIIAIN.
Fate of a Conductor and I! rakeman on
the Hudson Itiver Komi.
It is believed that Frank M. Harris, con
ductor, and Harry Edwards, bmkpman of a
south-bound freight-train on the Hudson
River Baftrosd, were bluwn from their train
near HoBtTOM and killed. The only person
who knows abytning at nil about the matter
is George Sloat, the night watchman at
Montrn.se. He says that the train left there
at :S:10 a. M., and the last he saw of the two
iiipm they were on the too of the fifth or
sixth car from the eabnose, and apparently
eq'ng toward the caboose. Suddenly they
disappeared from view. After ttie train got
out of sight he walked south to
tix the signals, and foand the two
bodies lying between the up and down
trucks, about ten leet apart, raving previ
ously found their lanterns before he came
to their bodies. He thinks that on« of them
slipped on the roof of the car nnd was fall-
Ing whnn the other went to his rescue, and
both fell to the Round. Another duo at
BIontTOM said: "1 bolieve ihey Mown
down." The bodies wer;' taken toPeek~kill,
wbere Cotobw Svtton took charge of them
and will hold an inquest bMBOROW. Both
men resided in Ne« York and were new
employes, haviug taken l lie place of strik
prs. Each had a lea broken, and each one's
face and head was terribly bruised. — Pough
keepsie (N*. V.) special to Globe-Democrat.
C. N. Reed, a Gridley merchant, is at the
J. W. Crawford of Placcrville is at the
Dr. M. \V Frederick of Seattle is at the
l';i I ace.
Raleigh I\ Hool of Cincinnati is at the
Donald Ross of Spokane Falls is a guest at
W. 11. McKay, U. S. M. H. S., is registered
at tiie Grand.
ft L. Turner, a Los Gatos fruit-grower. Is
at the Grand.
G. Grnezinger, a Yountville wine-grower,
is at the Lick.
Jnmes McCudden, a Vallejo contractor, is
at the Grand.
P. H. Sand tin of Reno, Xev., is in the city
and at the Lick.
!i. McKmizie Fowler of London, England,
is at the Palace.
Judge c. li. Garoutte of Stockton is stay
ing at the Grand.
W. L. Gill, a wcil-known San Jose lawyer
is at the Palace.
Frank P. Sleeth, a Philadelphia capitalist,
is at the Baldwin.
Admiral George Brown, U. S. N.. Is reg
istered at the Palace.
L. F. Moulton, a prominent citizen of
Colon, Is at the Grand.
JR. W. «™<lley. U. S. X.. of Washington,
D. C, is at the .Baldwin.
C. W. Clark, a leading cattleman of Sacra
mento, is at the Grand.
Jiulgfi Alfred S, jtlartwell of Honolulu is
staying at the Occidental."" — ■ ■
H. M. Larue, a well-known citizen of
oacrauiento, is at the Lick.
Pierre Wibaum, a leading mining man of
Mingusvllle. Mont., is at the Baldwin.
liuth Ward of Honolulu, a writer whose
sketches have appeared in the columns of
luk Call, is a guest at the Palace.
Stabbed In the Abdomen.
A. Walker, a young man, became involved
in a row with John Morgan in the Campure
saloon about 3 o'clock yesterday morning
and slabbed his opponent in the abdomen
He was arrested and detained in the City
Prhon on a charge of assault to murder
Morgan's wound is not dangerous,
State i'itruN Fair.
The State Citrus Fair will oppn at Mar rs
villa on Monday, January 12th. next, and
continue during the week. It promises to be
Hcod's s-irsaiiariiia Is peculiar-different from
other medicines— lts combination ami proportion
or Ingredients, and preparation, being uulUe any
other medicine fa the market.
No Christmas ana New Yeir'n Ulilo should be
ivltnout a bottle of Angostura Hitters, the world
renowned appetizer of exuuislte flavor. Beware ol
counter i cits.
Essence of Ginger don't cure coughs and build
yon up like Pakkku's Uinokr Tonic.
r.iiLKKK'h ll.inciiAi.~Av cleanses the scalp.
"Brown's Uh,,s, iii.v. Tuochiu" will relieve
Broncliitis. Asthma, and Throat Disease.
Fok a Disordered L:vcr try Ukkcha'*'s I'ilia
Armour's Vlgornl Is meat and drink.
yjTHA mince pies. Twain's. 213 Slitter street.
SK^ First rreßbytrriun i luircl., Curner
!»-■*'■ or \aiiNpss ave. and ba'-rauuiito St.— Rev
Robert Mackemle D.D.. pastor: Rev. J. B. Mew.irt
D.D., associate pastor. Christmas services morninc
and evening. Dr. Mackenzie will preach at 1 1 a. m.
and J>r. Stewart at 7:30 v. m. Mm day-school at
12:46 am. Young People's Society of Christian
Endeavor st 6:30 p. x. Prayer-meetins Wednes
day evening at 7:15. Appropriate Christmas mu
sic will be rendered by the choir. Mr. Otto Fleiss
ner, organist and director: Mrs. Alrred Abbey, so
prano. Mrs. John Dennister-McKee. contralto: Mr.
C. 11. I'hilpot. tenor; Mr. J. C. Hughes, bass. All are
welcome to tlie.se services. it
•r^S* Howard Presl>ytei Inn Church. Mi«
aY-**" slon st.. near Third, two blucks from the Pal
ace Hotel— Tho Rev. D. S. Hanks will preach to
■uorruw at 11 a. m. ami 7:30 p.m. Sunday-school
at 9:3U a. u. and at 12:30 r. «. Voting People's
Soclicy or Christian Endeavor at B:1S v. m. Prayer
mi-etlnc on Wednrsiiay evening at 7 MO. Strangers
aud others are kindly Invited to these services. It
trjg* First Vletho.!l«t F.plirop.il Church,
aV-J" Powell St., near Wasliingtou— M. 1). Buck,
pastor. Preaching by the pastor at 11 a. m. and 7 MO
r. m. Clan wettings at 10 a.m. and 12:30 p. h
Sundar-schoul, lnriudlng Annis Merrill's Bible-class
at 12:30 p.m. Boys' and Girls' Class ilBr.ii
Young People's meeting at 6:30 r. u. Special
Christum* music ny the choir moruing and
evening. Meeting ror the promotion of holiness
Monday nlatit. Watch-night service Wednesday
nlijht at B:3U. Class-meeting Thursday ni«ht. Meet-
Ing of King's Daughters and Sons Friday nl^ht. The
m;ats are f ree. Ishersare iu attendance aud atran
gers are especially Invited. It
IT^r* Central Slethoflist Kpiscop.il Churrll,
*-^ Mission st. bet. Sixth and Seventh. -Rev. w!
W. Case. D.D.. pastor, liesldence, 1314 Mission st.
Preaching to-mi.rrow al 11 a. m ami 7 :30 p. m. by
the pastor. Mr. J. J. Morris, musical director; Pro
frsnor F. Katzenbacb. organist. Sunday-school, 1
o'clock; young men's meeting, 6; young people's
mretnig, 6:30. "Watch-night services on Wednesday
evening at !) o'clock. Prayer meeting Wednesday
f\ filing. Wblcoihp t" all tlu-sc services. It
WOXICM OF ftIKKTINOS.
ffTS 31 Califorul.i I.n<|tß. Nik l7~i\ i
I*-*' and A. M.— Special meetluk THIS dm.
(SATURDAY) EVE v ING. December 27th, "^r^r
at 7:30 o'clock: Installation of oilicers: all/^'^X
Muster Havana; In g.ooa staudiug are luvited. liy
order of the Master.
1 1 GEORGE JOHNSON. Secretary.
f]gp South S:>n Franeisro l.oilr«-, •
ay-*" N0. '212. F. ai.l A. M.. niOBts THIS J\
KVtSi.su at 7:30 o'clock for the instaiia-Tr 3f
uon of oftlc.rs: all .M.i.-i.-r Masons aru cir-ZN^V
dlally invited. By order of tho Master.
3t K. C. HAKE. Secretary.
■Jl"® 3 Wiltlwy Kncamptuent, No. S3.^
-^-tr I. o. o. F. — Kegular meeting Tlus^s/*
(SATUR 'AY) EVi.Nl.Miat H o'cluCK inKri-A
tainpineul Hall, I. o. o. F. lliiildlng, corner or Mar
ket and Seventh streets. Visiting l'atriarchs and
members of slstt-r encampments coril Uilly welcomed.
_lt A. M. AKMSTBDMi, I). P.
nrTS= Cuiif.irnia Itilxkah Ue - --jj-siy/..
LV-s^ grce Lodge, No. 1, 1. (>. o. F. —^^s_3fc^i
The lodge meets every SATURDAY SSS<BE!S=
EVKNING In Friendship Ball, New Odd "^WRS 5
1 elli.ws' Building, cor. Market ami Seventh sts.
oiliceis and members are requested to attend. All
members, of the degree aru covAlally Invited to
iiH'i-t u ith us. OHlct-rs and inembt-rsare reiiu«-sted
to be present at the election of omi-rrt. By oi der.
lILU'IHA KKON. Noble Urnud.
Fvnnie Ani.F.R, Kec Sec. uo'2y tf Sa
EpTS" Templar Kebok h Drtrrn -tMl'llffn
H~& Lo.lse. No. 19. I. O. O. F., meets S3^_*g&-
THIS (SATURDAY) EVKNING, In Mii-^^SSP^"
morial Hall. I. o. 0. F. Bullitlng. All ' > w/«v^~
niemUers of the degree Cordially welcomed. De
gree wurk second and lourlh Saturdays.
MAT 1 IE J. Pi-URY. N. G.
_Doba Baker, Rec. Sec ]»26 Sa tf
ft^S= Oil.l Kelluwa' I.lteiarx nnil _MBttA
- ° Social Club im.B TO-NIGHT.^>3SSr<^
brethren ul the order cordial lj Invited - -'•45£*^'*
W. B. LYONS, President. ■*wR s ~"
Ohm, Howlktt, Secretary. It
EC'^S 3 Sun l-'raitclscn Scottish _v v^
i*-*^ Thistle Club— A post poneil regular j,
mertlni' of this club will be held in the Vvlvi
ball, 3a (l'Karrellst.,THlS(SAri'l:DAi)
EVKNING, Deeenilier 27th, at 8 o'clock. Election
of a Trustee and Piper will be In ordir aud other
important business. A full alteudaure of members
requested. HUGH fkaser. Royal Chier.
William Cormatk. Recorder. It
f-'Jp ■Want«-d-A Kuoru Snitnhle for Club
:>--*^ meeting twice a mouth. Address or call at
A. PHILO'S. tt!7 o'Karrell st. de'27 3t«
jSrS" Notice — Utnce ft th« California
-*- fi ' Paper Compauy, December 23, 18U0. Notice
Is hereby given to all whom it may concern, that
the ami ual meeting of the stockholders of the Cali
fornia Paper Company, a corporation organized
and existing under aud by virtue of the laws
of the Stat« of Calllorula, will be held at the
oilice of the coriraraUoti, lu tne building, 70*2
Montgomery St., lu the city and county of
San rraucioro, State or lalffornia, on TUESDAY,
the 13tn day or January, 1-iU. at 1:30 o'clock p. m.
The t-lectlou of Directors :■■! the eusuiug year and
such other business as may be necessary or proper
to be transacted, will coiuo before the meeting. liy
order or El/BKRT JUDSON,
President of the Callroi uia Paper Company.
WILLIAM P. .lOHNSON,
24 tdJSecretary of tho California Paper Company.
B-~S=" Fraternal Directory (« opTrißhtoil)
a^*^ will lntcre*»t inlliious of secret-society peo
ple: embracing nearly 200 different fraternal, be
nevolent, protective and social organizations: giv
ing the names and locations of over 5000 lodges,
with uights of me. ting. Illustrations, portraits, etc.
our work has received the ludorsemeut of leading
Grand Lodge officers and prominent members in ail
the orders. Price, $2: lull roan, ilit-cdge, *5, pay
able In advance. Address all communications to
fraternal Directory Publishing Company, 414 Clay
St.. S. F. CHARLES C. HoAG. Secretary.
Koukht A. IRVINE, luisim-ss Manager. u. j :;m
9t ~~fr^ Hall to I^et Monil-.iy, Tuesday anil Fri-
S*--" 'l:iy. ii.ri.i-r sixth and Markt-t st.s. de3 tf
I>lVU>fc.M) NOT It'. S.
t"* 1 The German Savlnss anil Loan So
i"~£' clety. 52S California St.— Dividend notice—
For tbe hat-year coding Ueoemucr 31, JB'.lO. a divi
dend has been declared al the rate of five and
forty bumireths (5 40-1O0) percent per annum on
term deposits, and four aud one-half (4 V...) per cent
per annum on ordinary deposits; payable (in aud
after f RIDAY. January 2. 1891.
de27 Ut GEQ. TODRNY. Secretary.
_"jK" Sinlnsrn and tToan SocL-ty. 619 O|..y
a*^*'^ St.— For the half year ending December 31,
1890, adlvldsnl has been declared at the rate of
live and rour-tenths (5 410) percent per annum on
Term Deposits, and four aud one-half ■ 4 > .. i pur
cent per annum on Ordinary Depuslts free or taxes,
payable on aud ifter Frirtiy. January '2. 1891.
de'2> 14 1 CVRI S W. CARMAN V. Cashier.
Jt-_= Hi, ill. :i, i Natter— The Murnal Stx
•»-*' Ings Bank or San I'ranclsro, 33 Post st. For
the hsir year ending December 31. IS9O a dividend
has been declared at the rate of flvo aud four-tenths
i5 4-10) percent per annum ou term deposits and
four and I'ne-half i 1 1 .'.i per rent per annum ou ordi
nary deposits, free of taxes, payable on and after
Friday. January 2, IS9I.
dc'23 3w JAMES A. THOMPSON'. Cashier.
H^_= Dividend Notice — San I ranrlsco
as* Sarings I'nlon, 5531 California St.. cor. W.-bb:
branch 1700 Market .it. cor. Polk— For the half
yenr ending with 31st December. IK9O. a ilivl. lend
has bren declared at tho rate or flvo and four-tenths
(5 4-10) per cent |.er annum on Term Deposits, and
lour and one-hair (4V-) per cent per annum on Or
dinary Deposits, free or laxes, payable on aud artcr
FItiDAY. 2d January, 1890.
de2o 14t LOWELL WHITE. Cashier.
J^tS* The. <':illr<>rnia Savlnss and Lo n
•»-»■ Si.clf ty, corner or Powell and Kddy sts— For
the hair year euilinc December 31. 1890. a dividend
has been uecl.iied »t the ratoor Uve aud ulty-eisbt
hnndrtMiltis (S fix. loo) per cut per annum on Term
Deposits, and four and. sixty-live huudredths
(4 86-100) per cent per annum on Ordinary De
posits, trae of tax and payable ou aud artcr FRI
DAY. January 2, IHStI.
■ 1.-16 '-'It Vr.KNON CAMPBELL. Si-.rftnry.
Spg=> Maenotic Cum Maanage TreHtini'nt
-*- £f given by Mr. aud Mrs. Carlsen. late of Copen
hagen;.ill sxkuess cured by unfailing remedies
hours from 1 to I ami 7 to 9; sick persons attended
to at home. 616 Sacranmntn. cor. Mont, de'27 7t»
H^gr" M "' Wilson's Private Home in Con
tt~^ Huement; 30 yrs' experience. 120 Oak. 20 liu»
W^g* Book* bought and sold. Kin? linn.
ty 8 Fourth St.. near Market. Sir27 tf
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60c. A. Mcßoyle & Co.. 504 Washington st. dlO 3ui
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*-^ lU'nts collected; personal attention to the
management or property In his care. Makes honest
econonil ; expeudicurcs.
City agent Guardian Assurance Co. or London and
Fuenixjus^ Co. of Brooklyn. au'27eodtf
13?" *""«• ,"P"'« Month Only, KxhiuTtion
a*-" of worlil-rcuowucd paintings or Protrssur .1
J. Relnhardt. court iialnter to Duke or Saxony-
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I*-*' duced to 15 cents per week, delivered by car
rier to any part of the city ; the Bulletin U the best
oldest and largest evening paper published on the
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celve prompt attention, omce 623 Montgomery st.
_^S" Old J.old and Silver BoushtT Semi
W-f your old go:d and silver by malf to the old
and reliable house of A. COLEMAN. 41 Third st.
Ssa Francisco; 1 will send by return mall the cash
iramount is not satisfactory will return the gold. 2y
K? Mrs. Schmidt. Midwife. Grndnate
a^*" rniverslty of Heidelberg, Germany ; private
hospital ; women's diseases a specially; sure spei iflc
CS*" I T»&! I"""""!' irregularities; reasoimble.
OBlee 121 1L^ Mission St.: 2fo» r. it. niy'27 l'Jmoa
K^" l*hrj»clan« Recommend Crystal not
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__T».-K r * C. C. O'lionnell-Offlo* and Res,
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SPECIAL NOTICKS— CONTIM'ED.
||t"73p Infailib e '1-st of liKimsii iuu anil
'•**** character told from lum.i-v. mi;;;. Address
letter. Inclosing 50c. to K. 1).. IUIS Clay st. d'2o lln
K3" Monro's Maritime Hi.tel— 35 Stau
a>**r ford, bet. llrau-.an, luwusend. Second and
Third Kts.: patronage of mariners solicited. lyUUinu
EtTS" The I vening: Bulletin. Price Ke
■v-sv duced to 15 cents per week, delivered by car
rier to any part of the city; tho Bulletin h the best,
olucst and largest evening paper published on the
coast: orders by postal-card or otherwise will re
felve promnt attention. Oflice O'iii Montgomery at.
fcjff- A Week's Jiews for 0 Cents— Th«
•r-a^ WKKKI.Y Call, in wranuer. ready lnr niailli:u'.
■piRST AND SECOND COOK (GKRMANS), WHO
± are first class, wish situations in hotel or board
lnit-hou.ie. 6:<2 Howard st. de'J" 6t*
SWKnisH* UIBL TVAKTS~HOnSKw6KK~OR
cooking: cltv or country; no French need ap
ply. l'.'U6 Howard it. de'JT 3t«
AN AMKRHAN WIDOW AND DAUGHTER
would like to take entire charse of private res
idence during abseuc-. of owner: references Given.
Addresa B. J.,Jsox »U. Call Krancc. de27 3t»
GOOD WET-NUKSK WISIIk¥ A SITUATION.
Call or addresa 2709 Sutter at. dc'27 3t»
J^IRST-CLASS OEK.MAN COOK WISHES SlTU
atlon lu hotel or boardliic-house. '270 .)es»le.'J7 2»
V OONU GIRL WISHES A SITUATION TO DO
J Ucht housework or assist wi:h geueral house
work. Please appjyjit 732 Howard St. de'27 '2t»
iiOOD GERMAN OIRL WISHES BITCATT.ON
V» In a private family to work from 8 yi. m. until 4
p.m. Addret.4 5 lay, cisrast.. u). stairs. <ie'27 2t*
pESPECTABLE^ r VV : (7M'A7r~VVrFk A CHILI7IS
1' r.ionths wishes situation for general housework.
646 Stevenson st. It*
/"IOJIPKTKXT WOMAN WANTS TO DO WASH
\J Ing or Ironing by the d»y; city references. Ad
dress C. R.. Hux 104, Call liranch office. lt»
POSITION AS HOUSEKKEI'KK FOU A UUN
tleinaii, or would accept .my responsible posi
tion; can furnish Al references; no one but first
class parties need answer. Address A., Box iOS,
Call liraucb Oiuce. It*
pOM PKT BUT WOMAN WISHES SITUATION
v> as cook and laundress: good references. Apply
9 Carlos place, oft OTarrrll st.. neai I'owell. It*
Y OUNU LADY DKSIRICS POSItTon"T.S CASrI-
A icr or copyist: Rood uinman; has eiiierieuie:
good ri-fircnces. Address Boom «1. 43 sutli. It*
I • OOD COOK WANTS SITUATION. ADDRESS
1> 165 Minna at. it*
FIIIST-CLASS DIiE.SSMAKiCK WISHES MOKE
engagements by Ihu day. Call »t '218 Stockton
street. de2B '2t»
A' ()l ! M> (iIKL WISHES SITUATION TO ASSIST
A In tight nouseworK; wages US pec month; best
of referenies. A|ip:y 7'28V 3 Clemontlna st. '26 '2 1*
l\ ANTED— BY AN INTELLIUEN r AND AIiKEE
fT able middle-aged widow, some place where her
company aud light services would compensate for a
home. Address S. C, liox 15, this office, de'2s 3t*
OKSI'ECTABLE WOMAN W SHKS POSITION
At as housekeeper; good re.'erenccs. Address
Housekeeper, llux :su. this offline. de'2s 3t
L'IKST-CLASS DKESSMAKINU DONE, OK
A will iu out by the day. liig Turk st. delM lm
TN THE WAliB BELTi FREER FKOM KIIU
A than any otuer purtlou or Sau iraucisco; Lake
view. oc7 U
THE EVENING BULLETIN, PRICE RKDUCJSO
A to 15 cents per week, lielivrred by carrier to any
part of the city: the bulletin is the best, oldest
Ki.il I.irirest evening paper pulilisheil on tlie coast:
orders by postaH:urd or nthi'rwlse will receive
liminiu attention. Illlirc 8'22 Mont joinery St.
TARGE NUMBER OF FARMHANDS, TEAM
-i ster<. blnrksmiths, carpenters and laljorfrs on
hand swatting situations at J. F. CliO-iETT 4-
CO.'S, 6'_'B >acraniL-uto st. de'27 5t
|)LO« HANDS. FARMERS AND FUUNEKS CAN
A be had frnmadlatejjr. Wire, nnil or telephone
y^r^jr e;s toe. R. lIANSEN &. CO., 1)0 Geary. It
CTKADY WELL-EXPERI EN CKD MIDDLE- A(;liD
Oueiiuan wants to make in . . ir useful In a
BUOOn, Address Bar-tender. 214 First St. de'27 7t"
EXPERIENCED MUHT~ CLKRK OK WATCH
man, strictly temperate, with city referencus,
desires position lu hotel, lud^lng-house or institu
tion by Ist of January. Adilrejs UENKY ANDKR
SON, fust olflre. S. F. de'27 st*
PLACI AS COOK OR~OENEKAL USEFUL JIAN~:
good gardener. Address A. Z., Itux '29, this or
»ce. de'27 4t«
I 'AHDENKU OR MAN ABOUT I'LACE BY A
''sober industrious man; good references. Ad
<lress W. H., Box IPS. «'\i.i. liranch Office, de'27 4t»
\\ ■ ANTED-YOUNG MAN, RECENTLY FKOM
TT tbe ICast, desires situation In hotel as porter:
good references. Call or address P. WALSH. New
Fra:.klln Hotel. de27 3t*
MAN WANTS WORK ABOUT STOKE OK PRl
vate place; age 30. Address D. K.. Box 37,
tljis uflice. de'27 3t»
AS HANDY MAN. UNDERSTANDS HORSES,
cows, tarden add carpenter's work. Address
L^, Box 5. this office. de'27 3t*
IJI.ACE WANTED BY AN INTELLIGENT,
bright boy. 13 years; wages nomlual. Address J.
McLEOII, IS Tehama st. de'27 3t*
ELDF.IiLY MAN WANTS A PLACE; CAN CAKE
for horses; a good inliker and a handy man; so
ler and reliable; wages moderate. Address r. I,
Hox I. nils oflii-e. 0>27 3t»
\\ ANTED— SITUATION TO WORK AROUND A
'» house: good milker: No. 1 driver anil gar
dener: iltr references. Address A. R., Box 16
this oilice. de'27 2t»
\-OUNG MAN WOULD LIKE SITUATION TO
1 do anything. 273 Brannan st. de'27 I!t»
PKKMANENT EMPLOYMENT WANTED BY
young man In machiue or blacksmith shop.
l'lra»e answer to A. S., Box 4, this oflice. de'27 lit*
GOOD PAINT EIS, PAI'ER-HANGER AND
grainer wishes work through the winter; city
or country: good steamboat painter. Call or ad
dre.ss tii7'.~ Post st. de!27 *^t*
FOR PRIVATE (iENTLKMAN— FIRSTM.LASS
driver and gardener; good experience: New
Tort references: suber, single: 30 years ot age: will
ing for auy housework. Address H. N., Box 3H
Call Oflice. de27 *2t*
CIftJATToN WANTED BY YOUNO MAN AS
C5 driver of light wagon. Address Driver, Box 3,
this ontce <ti,'j7 at*
yOUNO MAN WISHES SITUATION AT ANY
A kind of light work. Address Work, Box 4 this
OJSS 6 : dc'27 if
V\-ANTED-STEADY JOH; BILL, PAMPHLKT
»» and -ainiile distributor; thorough ae<iua!ntance
with the business Address s. F. News Co., 215
Pot at. oc'27 at*
Y oux <» MAN WISHES A SKT OF BOOKS TO
A post evenings; reasonable charges. Address C
Box 107. Call h.ranch Office. it*
Y olJ I«U MAN. ENGLISH, WISHES SITOATION
Aln store or warehouse. Address V. E., Ili-x 94,
t'Ai.i. Branch Oflice. de2tj 7t*
y'OUNli MAN WANTS SITUATION AS (JAR
dencr In private family, also understands care
horses; good refereuce. Address Gardener. Box
102. Call Branch Office. de2t> 3t*
p OOD SOBER COOK WANTS SITUATION
yJ capable running restaurant; wages not under
>13 per weak. 11l Natujuu St. ' de26 3t*
AKER, FIRST-LASS ON ISKEAD CAKKS
and pastry, wants a steady place. 280 Minna
ft., basement. di-'26 '21*
VOUNG MAN WOULD LIKE A POSITION TO
A deliver and solicit fora coffee and tea store- Is
well acquainted. Address R. 8., Box 86, Call
Branch Office. de26 2t*
I -AKTENDER, fOU>U MAN. 2>, RECENTLY
l> frofn the East, wishes a steady place, not afraid
to work. Call or address W27 Sixth st.. Room
**■ de-2 1 Jt*
\l HALING- COOPER FROM NEW BEDKOKD
" wants to ship: a note aiidressed to the under
signed will be promptly attended to. WM F
ENGLISH. What cheer House, city. do'2l 7t*
SITUATION WANTED— BY~ A MAN OFINTeC
llgeui-e, who purchased a tailor-made nobby
cutaway suit for *IS. ma.ie by a uit-niiaut tailor for
*35. ORIGINAL MISFIT CLOTIU.NO PARLORS
corner Post ami Dupont sts
MIHE EVK.MNIi BULLETIN. PRICE REDUCED
A to 15 ccuts per week, delivered by carrier to any
part of the city; tho Bulletin Is tue best, oldast
and largest evi-nin.' paper punlished on the coast'
orders by postal-card or otherwise will receive
prompt atleiillu.'i. llllirn (!■_>■_' Montgiwiery St.
FEMALIi Hl.Ll' WASIEU.
VV ANTED— 3 GERMILN~CC)O^r^3uT~FRENCH
' » cook, *30; pastry cook in boardlng-houie, *35
-hrad waitress. *'25: ihambennaid an3 asaimtrea*,
*'25; waitress, country. $25; French chambermaid,
hotel. *'2O: restaurant cook. $30: French clrl, kin
dergarten, $'20. at DKLORAIE Jfc AN DUE'S 3"0
butter st. j t
V»r ANTED--FIRST-CLASS NURSE FOR 1 CHILD.
'* $'25:2 cooks, ff2s; second girl for Santa Bar
bara. $20; hotel laoudress, $'25; girl for housework.
Colusa County, $J5, and a (aree number or girls of
all nationalities to lill situations too niimt-rous to
advertise. Apply to J. F. CKOSETT * CO., 628
Sacramento st. it
\\ ANTED— A FIRST-CLASS COOK. FOR AMER
"■ lean family of 3, $30; laundress, '2 In family
«30; a first-class waitress and parlor maid for San
Karael, if'2s: a waitress and parlor maid for city,
$25 ; second girl to assist with plain washing. $30'
experienced nurse, rroiu $25 to s3o: sccund girl for
Oakland, $20; nurse for Alameda, $26; German
cook. $30: 100 housework glrK from $'20 to $s5
Apply MISS K. PLUNKEIT. 4'24 jutter St. '
\k- ANTKD-OERMAN COOKS. $35, AND MANY
»• housework girls, C25, $20 and $15, for Ala
meda, Oakland, San Luis Obispo and Martlnes.
MRS. EI.FKN, 316 Stockton St. aiarHiija.
3 COOKS: GERMAN CHAMBERMAID: 4 WA T-
resses, $7^ house girls. 717 Mission st. It*
W ANTKD-COOKS, $25 TO $30; GIRLS FOR
'' housework. 705 Polk st. it*
\\ ANTED-RESPONSIBLE WOMAN. LIVING
" lu Sau Mnteo, Redwood City, Sausallto or cl:y
must rurnlsh good references. Address H 11
KI-LLY, Box 86, Call Branch Office. de'27 3t*
« ANTED-A GERMAN GIRL WHO IS A~GOOD
" cook aud understands housework ; no washing
1920 Washington sU near Franklin. de'27 3t*
U' AN TED-GIRL TO DO GENERAL^HOUS&
'* wor». 1511 Post st. d027 SaMoTu 3t*
WAITER GIRLS FOR SALOON: WAGES AND
''percentage. 841 Pacific St., after I'2. dc'27 3t'* ;
GOOD GIRL; GENERAL HOUSEWORK- REF
erences rei|uired. '2409 Pacific ave. de^7 2t«
l -IKL ABOUT IB TO MIND BABY AND ASSIST
V» in housework. 522 Turk st. it*
V'OtNS ÜBY AS PKIVATE SECRETARY;
A must be highly educated: best recommenda
tions; t> travel with a lady. 305 Kearuy. Room 1.1»
ERMAN OR SCANDINAVIAN GIRL- GEN
eral housework ; $20. 1210 Ellis St.. morning, i*
VKAT, COMPETENT OIRL FOR GENERAL
XI housework. Apply 11 to 3, 1408 Leaven worth. 1*
/ l IRL ASSIST LIGHT HOUSEWORK AND CARK
VT of baby. 615 Ilalght St. it*
CEAMSTKESS WANTED. APPLY FROM 9TO
Oil. 604 Geary st. it*
IDDLE-AGED WOMAN FOR GENERAL
housework; small family; good home. 1024
p OOD COOK; ALSO AN UPSTAIR3 UIRL: CITY
Vj references. 407 Devlsaderust, it*
COOK WANTED. APPLY~¥d~STANFORD ST..
bet. Second and Third, Townsend and Brannan.*
ELDKRLY WOMAN TO ASSIST; $10 PER
month and home. 27 1 '2 Harrison st. it*
n IRL TO DO UPSTAIRS WORK AND TAKE
\J care ol baby. 613 Eddy st. it*
H.' AN TED-WOMAN WHO IS A FIRST-CLASS
" coot. Apply to-oay 1387 Filbert St., Oakland.lt
pHILBLAINS, BONIONS, CORNS ETC TST
V stantly relieved and eured with Dr. Ualpruner's
L'Ji?I!!SL ; ?. old by u «» le «- Prepared bv DK. HAL
-I'KUNt.K. Celebrated Foot Surgeon, t>so Market. 1»
A FEW LADIES AND GENTLEMEN CAN OB-
Uln steady indoor work by calling at 117 Tay
lor st.. Room '2 ; work cau bo done at borne -IU to B
Li aeae 7t«
LADY 10 CANVASS; WAGES PAID- BEAUTY
do«tor. MRS. HARRISON, US Geary'. S.F.uil U
HELP WANTED— CONTINUED.
Vv ANTED — GIRL~FOR GENERAL HOUSE
»» work In family three: wages *20. MRS.
PEAKSON, nr. corner Sierra and Maryland sts.,
Potrero. 0e26 3t»
SOMETHINGNEW: CI.UFF'S GARMENT FAS
teuer tor ladles. Agents call Fnelau Building,
Room 46. (le24"f
VOUNG LADIES TO LEARN TELEGRAPHING
1 nnd ipialily ror positions paying $75 to ?»0 per
month. CAL. IKLKGKAI'H CO.. hearny.cor. Ciay.7
OPERATORS WANTED ON OVEUSHIRTS AND
underwear. Apply at 32Va lremout St., top
Boor. dele tf
OPERATORS WANTED ON OVEBSHIRTS AND
underwear. 32Va Fremont Bt., top floor. d!4 tf
"I3ELIABI.K GIKI. FOR GENERAL HOUSE.
J.V work and cooking: small family; » 16; re-'er
ences. Address A. and H., Box 6, this omce. de9 tr
THE EVENING BULLETIN, PRICE UEDUCED
to 15 cents per week, delivered by carrier to any
part of the city; tbe Bulletin Is the best, oldest
and largest evening paper L-üblished on the coa9t;
orders by postal-card or otherwise will receive
prompt attention, omce 62'J Montgomery st.
MALE HKI.J' WAM I. 11.
IV AN^ET)^^ulfuSrr7wirX~FAMlLY IN THE
»» country. $40; see party here at 10 o'clock. DE
LORMI-: .V ANDRE. 320 Sutler St. It
Vl' ANTED— GERMAN WAITER FOR RESTAU
•' rant, $35 aud room; waiter-boy, S/5 a week;
Italian night-cook, ffso; restaurant cook, $40; man
as cook and wife as chambermaid, country, $70:
Scandinavian rarmer an.l wire, country (Colusa
County;, ?-50; etc. DELOKME A- ANDRE. 320 Slit
ter St. It
BUTCHER, COUNTRY, 8301 GARDENER",
country. $25; harness- maker, $50, round; 6
plowmen. $20; 3 farmers. 325; 3 teamatan. city,
830; baker for shop, country. $45; 2 hotel cooks,
*50; 2 restaurant-waiters, country, *35, room. R.
T. WARD Jt CO.. 610 Clay St. It
11 ' ANTED— NEAT YOUNG MEN AS BELL-BOYS
*" for a lirst-class hotel; no experience necessary.
C. R. II ANSEN A CO.. 1 10 Geary St. lt_
Ul ANTED-NIGHT-CLEKK FOR FIRST-CLASS
country hotel, $50: 2 bell-boys, city hotel, $15.
HOTEL GAZETTE. 420 Kearny St. U_
COOK, COUNTRY; HARNESS-MAKKR, DISH-
washer, stableman. J. B. MIHAN, 622 Clay. 1*
CLERKS SEEKING POSITIONS AS SALESMEN,
salesladies, copyists. ijoi)k-Keepers.steiioi;raphi'r.s,
obtain them Clerks' liureau.3os Kearny, lt'iii 1. 27 3*
\V ANTED— SEAMES, GKEEN HANDS AND
■ ' blacksmiths. 634 Washington st. de27 7t*
Ul ANTEII— GOOD HOY IN A RETAIL S I ORE;
mils; s]iea» German. 1008 Market st. de27 3t*
Ik ANTED- YOCNG MAN. ABOUT 20 (SWEDE),
*' having experience In driving delivery wagon.
Apply to ISH6 Seventh st, Oakland. de27 3t
GOOD STBIPPEB-BOY ■WANTED. 25BOCTAVIA
street. dc-27 3t*
W ANTED— A GOLD UILDEK: ONLY aTi^ST
»» class workman need apply. MOKKIS * KEN
NEDY. 21 Post st. de27 xl*
W ANTEII— RELIABLE AGENTS TO HANDLE
'• the 'Lone SUr Press" (new; ror baling hay.
Imps, wool, etc. : only two men aud one horse to run
It: capacity 9 to 12 tons a day: retail price $125:
Slate aud county rights Tor sale. S4l Market St.,
Room 1. d027 2t*
1 EXPERIENCED HOTEL CLEKK, CO 0 KTBT,
-i with rcferenci»s. 305 Kcarny St., Room 1. It*
\V ANTED— STRONG BOY TO DRIVE WAOON.
" Apply et<rly,at GEi'ltoE KKSTiL'S rrult-stall,
Gi :iiul (.fi.ti a I ."•; :n r. ■ r. M:irkt 1 st.. 1 : ;;r >) 1 : *
BARBER FOR SATURDAY ANDSU.NDAk. 143*
BOOTBLACK, AT 1333 iLAKKKT, COR. TENTH-
BABBER I OR SA 11 RDAY AND SUNDAY. 1630
Mission st. If
pOOl) STEADY BARBER. 2604 SUTTER ST.
PAXHTBBB— 2 FIRST-CLASS iIEX WANTED.
1 28 Halght st. It*
BOY WANTED. 16 IO 18 YEARS OF AGi . AT
LEVIN'S, 31 Taylor St. It*
MAN FOB BOTTLING AND LABELING ; NONE
but experienced, with reference, ueeii apply.
Address F. C, Box 17. this office. It*
IV ANTED— BOOTBLACK. 1048 MCALLISTER
'' street. It*
Q MEN FOK WHALING; COOK, *10; WAITERS,
O dish-washers. 717 Mission st. It*
V OUNG MAN 2 OR 3 YEARS' EXPERIENCE IN
± prlntlns-omce. a33 Mi.vslou st. It*
INGLE FURNISHED ROOMS— PER; DAY 23 C
to 75c; per week 91 to 4-i: cleanest house In
city. WALDO HOISE. 733 Market St. ue;s 7t*
SEAMEN AND GREEN HANDS FOK WllAL
ing. Shipping Agency. 311 l'acitic st. oc2:l 6iu
UP ANTEK-A DVERTISING SOLICITOR: MUST
be a man 01 good address, have experience and
tbe best ol references; fora first-class man this is a
splendid opportunity. Address L. C, P. o. box
2528. de24 4t
ln/I.V":.N WANTED TO HAVK THEIR OLD
■l-VyF hat, niadu equal to new. 314 Sutter.de2l om
A3-CHAIR HARBfcR-SHOP FOR SALE ON AC
count of death of the proprietor. 1035 Market
street. de23 7t*
VCLNG MEN TO LEAKS TELEGRAPHING
1 and iiuallfy for positions paying *75 to 4UO per
month. t:al. Telegraph Co., Kearny, cor. Clay. 21 7t
TNIERESTING TO MOTHERS WHO HAVE
X boys— loo merchant tailor made boys' lougpants:
suits, sizes from 12 to 18 years, to be closed out re
gardless of cost : made by leading merchant tailors
ORIGINAL MISFIT CLOIIIIXG PARLORS, cor!
Post and lmpont sts.; open evenings. deiHtr
SIGN PAINTING TAUGHT COMPLETE »5: PlC
torial painting taught complete $5: great op
portunlty. D. LEV Y.SU'^j. Markets:.. K. P. Bldg.lm
jni'Ki: CENT COMMISSION TO EXPEKfENrED
drtimmers to take onlers for custom shirt«.
Address 8.. Box 114, Call Branch Office. de!3 lm
\\: ANTED— A MAN WHC)~IS POSTED IN
»• Sierra and l'lumas lountles: good wages
WEAVEtt A CO.. 321 Montgomery stf de6 tr
A GENTS FOR CUSTOM SHIRTS & CLOTHINtT
-A VAN NOSTKAND Jc BANE. 1362A Market, lm
AIUO.OOO MEN WANTED TU LOAN *MONbF
. ou ail articles at low rates; buuaro deailax
CNCLE JACOBa. 813 Paclfle si. aultiT
OUIIS ON INSTALLMENT— FINE SUITS kZdI
oto onler ou installment. LEON LEJIOS, 1326
Market St., opp. Odd Fellows' building. noia tf
fPHE EVENING BULLETIN, PkTcE REDUCED
1 to 15 cents per week, delivered by carrier to any
partol tne city; tbe Bulletin is the best, oldest
aud largest evening paper published on t.'ie coast:
orders by postal-cant or otherwise will receive
prompt atteution. Offlce 622 Montgomery st.
UT ANTED - VOUNG MEN OF MODERATE
" means to purchase a merchant tailor-made
dress overcoat for $15. latest style, made by a
crack merchant tailor tor $30. ORIGINAL MIS
FIT CLOTHING PARLOUS, cor. l'oat and Duoout
U'ANTED— MAN OF INDOMITABLE ENERGY,
"not afraid or work. Call on F. PERSON. 813
Market st. oc3 tr
\V ANTED— MEN AT 227 SECOND ST TO
" board; splendid table: good cooking; full bill of
fare; fruit dessert; good coffee and tea; 3 meals 50
cts.: rooms day, week, moutb: breaxrast 5:30 to9;
diuner Il:30to2: supper a :S0 to 7 :30. Montgom
ery Hotel, remodeled. ocjtf tf
WANTED -MECHANICS AND OTHERS TO
" know that they can buy a merchaut tailor-made
Sunday suit for $20, made by a leadlug merchant
tailor for $40. ORIGINAL MISFIT CLOTUINU
PARLORS, cur. Post and Dupom sts.
W ANTED - SEAM.EN. ORDINARY BEAMS.S
" at 313 Pacific ]alBtt
XVA.NTF.D-500 MEN, HOWARD AND TniRD;
" basement, llee Hive, toeat freo home cooked hot
[unch. with beerorwine. 5 cts: open day A nUht.B tt
A WEEK'S NEWS FOR S CENTS— THE WEEIiLT
Call, in wrapper, ready fur mallln;.
SOMETHING NEW'— STr\T>THoT^iEA^LYSrADE
by agts., male or female ; sample 4 full particulars
CHAS. E. MARSHALL. Lockport. N. V. ocll Sa 12c
\ GEN IS— ALL ABOLT THE INDIAN WARS,
•fv Sitting Buil.ereat Indian scout3 and trappers:
full details of scalp dance, Indian medicine dance
JSKFSSSKS: etc.; sells like hot cakes: outfit $1.
UjE HISTORY COMPANY. 723 Market St. de2l 7t
STANLEY'S OWN BOOK: THE TITLE IS. "IN
i- 1 Darkest Africa," all others are frauds; proof
furnished, and agents wanted by A. L. BANCROFT
& CO.. 132 Post St.. San Francisco. ]el7 tr eow
AGENTS WANTED — BRIGHT ENERGETIC
men and women can make money rapidly sell
ing our holiday books, albums, etc.; our household
novelty ca;i be sold lu evcrv family or offlce. THE
J. DEWING CO., 813 Market St. nolß tt
\ £ ASSURED SUCCESS-LAKEVIEW;
-"- de-21 5t SuThFrSaSu
INTELLIGENT AND ACTIVE" CANVASS~EKS
A wanted by the Manhattan LUe lusuranci Coin
pany. on salary and commission. Address with
re.ercuces and experiouce. JOHN LANDEUS,
Mauaßer, 240 Montgomery st, 0C26 tf
A WEEK'S NEWS FOB 5 CENTS— THE W"EEKLY
Call, in w rapper. rc:uly lor mailing.
A LARGE <±V AVTIT\roiP&KCWDSIAXD~i!af£
ulture wanted; 30 per cent iiald more thanetse
wbere. M ALONE, 34 Fourth st. ; new store, ml);!
est price for lurnlture, stoves, ranges, carpecs.
MJ. SIMMONS H CO., AUCTIONEERS. WILL
. bny your lurulture, piauoi aua books. l->i7
Market st. 3p9 l[
A LL SECOND-HAND FURNITURE AND CAft-
pets bought, large or small lots; call or sdud
postal. ROSKNTHAL. llOFourthst. nol4tt
DLUNDY, 829 MARKET ST., PAYS HIGHEST
• Price for second-hand tarnlture. aps tr
VOU CAN GET MOBE MONEY FOR YOUBTicf
x ond-hand rurulture rrom J. NOONAN ,v CO,
1021 Mission st.. nr.SUtn. than elsewhere i.il4:r
1 dairy, Mission road, near Six-mile House. In
<iuireat3s Eddy »u tt»
LOST-A PASS-BOOK WITH THE HIBF.RNIA
bavlnga an<l Loan Society of San Francisco, In
the name of PETER W. ANDERSON. No. 172.»79.
The glider will please return to bank. dc-27 ot
LOST DECEMBER 22-AN ENGLISH SEITTER
pup (slut). Return to 419 Plue st. aud receive
suitable reward, do'J7 St*
JOST DECEMBER 26— A GOLD CHAIN WITH
-i diamond locket attached and monogram J M
T. Return to 341 Waller st. aud receive suitable
reward. l t w
q»K REWARD— SATURDAY EVENING GoT
«jpU don setter dog: Tlburon depot. Return So
nuina House, Tiburon. de2(i 3t*
TJUILD IN MAGNIFICENT LAKEVIEW
T H = 5 - F - COLLATERAL LOAN BANK, 53S
x Ke.irny st., lends money nt 2 per cent per montn
ou watches, diamonds and jewelry. dels Bin
T2SS2EES BULI^ T I^. PRICE REDUCED
? I 5 . 0 ," 1 " Per week, delivered by carrier to any
fnVi° thßC " y: tlxe »""'*«» ls "»<> best, oldest
aud largest evening paper published on the coast
ordeis by postal-card or otherwise will recelvi
prompt attention, omce 622 Montgomery st.
L O -?, T ~.*. 1 ?, MY NOT I'UKCHASING A MER
chant tailor-made business suit for «15, made, br
a leading merchant tailor ror »30. ORIGINAL
Dupout l st C s?° 1UlJ((i I ' ABLOK * cornoV Post M4
rTHE EVENING BULLETIN, PRICE REDUCED
A to 15 cents per week, delivered by carrier to any
part ot the city: tbe Bulletin Is the best, oldest
and largest evening paper published on the coast
orders by postal-card or otherwise will recelT.
prompt attention. Offlca 622 Montgomery st.
A 24th, 2 large dogs; owMr can hare same by
provlug property and paying, charge*. Call at 1216
Scott st.. near Kills. de27 3t»
f'OUND-THE BEST VARIETY OF MUSICAL
Instruments; suitable for holiday girts and at
LADY HAVING HER OWN HOME WOUIT)
like 1 or 2 children to board; m-ar school- plan,,
lessons If desired. Apply 518 Jersey st.', near
li'lDo'w WOULD LIKE I OK 2 CHII.DKEs
"to board; terms »15. Apply 2532 Slitter st..
cor. Baker. 4,37 ; jt .
BARTIIOI.OM E W LAW L E R (BOMETTjaS
called -Hat Lawler"). formerly emplnyed h/'
Mayor Brvant— please call or send address tf,
THOMPSON A- THOMPSON, 318 Pine St. d«27 St •
MLDDLE-A(iED BACHELOR OF .7ew7slTde
uomlnatlon, partly strainer In thit city, wlshei
to make the acquaintance or lady with some means
or business, object matrimony. Address .s c ii.it
45. this office. de272t«
IDDLE-AOED GENTLEMAN. SOME MeTns"
good trade, wishes correspond lady sunn- mi'-:i'i,> '
object matrimony. Ad. T., Hot Hi. Call lirauili.l-
SL.W. -ARRIVED 5 K: FINE TIME; KBlN
.kles; uleuty of tl'ein. S. I. I).
T^ENTLESIAN. 35 YEABiToF AGE. DESIRE- \
\J lady correspondent; object matrimony Ail
dress L. C. Box 104, Call Brauch Office. Ue27 2t*
\ OUNG MAN, STRANGER IN CITY. WOUI I)
1 like acquaintance or respectable young lad,
with a view to matrimony. Address Kentucky'
Box 106, Call Branch Office. i t »
" A SAPH " WILL HE HERE MONDAY NEXT
A lr trains are not delayed: new subscribers w.ll
please address the author, ALICE KINQBBURY
COOLEY, 70S Fulton st, it
T>JEBBOKAI WE OFFER 41000 REWARD For
J a cough or throat trouble (last stages or disease
excepted) which cannot I' ■ relieved by a proper us*
or Dr. X. Stone's Bronchial Warers; samples free
Address STONE MED. CO., (julucy, Hhoc4 6iuSaSu
ME N S'. YOUTHS' AND BOYS' CLOTHING, ALSO
cloaks, jackets and wraps at very low urlc.s
J. NOONAN, 1017-1023 Mission st. de24 lm
IVOKCES, WILLS, ETC. FRANK KENNEDY"
Attorney, S3 Murphy Building. U:r
OT»LIsff~MID»LE.AGED BACHELOR. SOME
0 means, wishes acijuaintance of refined lnaid or
widow under ;(6. with or without means. AddriM
Bachelor, Box 33. this olDce. de23 7t*
1\- HERE IS MAIiKEI-ST. EXTENSION GOING"
'* In the direction or Lakevlew. 5t SuTbFrsaSu
TO SEE MATSON SCHOOL-DESK CALL AT
Sterling Co.. 1039 Market St. de2l 7t*
ll' AN TED— EVERY LADY TO KNOW Til VT
'» MME. WElSS' specific removes sup'rrtuous h:,lr
Res. 1433 Stelner st.. bet Kills ami O'FarroU. <llil tf
IACE CURTAINS AND BLANKETS CLEAN I |>"
-i Golden Gate Dyo Works. 342 MeAllistor.il i;i 1,„
MRS. A. LICHAU— SUITS MADE FROM $s I p.
wanl; goods furnished complete famsjOnp,
ward. 733 Geary st. de!B 15t
THE OPEKA-MME. B. OUI.IF. FRENCHMILLI
ner, 110 Kearny St., will sell during 00 days a
fine assoi tment trimmed hats at $1 50 each.dl7* lm
ll- ALTER FITZ-GEOKGE, EXPERT ACCoUNI."
" ant and auditor. 425 Montgomer> - St. — Balance
sheets and profit and loss accounts prepared; arui
tratioa and trust accouuts a specialty; complicated
accounts Investigated aud adjusted; merchants'
aud tradesmen's books written up by special con
tract; ' dele tr
y OUR HUSBAND SAYS: -YOU ARE NOT L7ke
1 you used to be." We will tell you why. Bend
stamp to W. H. CO.. Room 8. 220 Sansoinc. del 1 1,,,
BILLIARD TABLES BOUGHT. SOLD OR t \~
Changed. ALB. J UNGBLUT. 10 G. G. ave.l4 6111
Home" in doctor's family for opivh
sihl general diseases. 216 Leavenworth.dl3:im
T^OLDING AND OTHER CHAIRS TlJ REN 1 i , ;:
X 1 private or public purposes. Tho Indiana;. ■ I
Furniture Co., 748-752 Mission st. del-' tf
DR. E. V. LONIGO HAS~"BE»IOVED "TO 81l
Union st.. near Montgomery ave. dell lm
O- E Ll FK-SIZE PORTRAITS IN (Jit A YON.
'©«-'• Acme Portrait Company. 777 Market. d2 ''.in
ON 1 HE INSTALLMENT PLAN-DKESH-GOn is
silks, sealsklu and sealette cloaks: also carpets,
lurnlture, lace-curtains, blankets and foidlue-bc U
at AI.FKIEDMAN ft CO.'S, 228 and 230 Stock; ..1
Bt. Why pay ready money when you cau buy ju«
as cheap by making a small cash payment down,
balance weekly or monthly ? An inspection of our
itock Is respectfully solicited: orders by n.ail for
r< <t!s or samples promptly attended to. 228 and
i3o Stockton, aud 237 Post: open evenings. aplJtf
$•) FOR A Di>ZEN CABINETS WITH" ON K
— -ijyj beautiful colored picture: nrst-cu.s, .^^
guaranteed. At WILSON'S Gallery. 22 Kearny. -'Cur*
\ NNA .lENNESS MILLER UNION SUITS, *2 25
t\ up. M. H. Or.EK. 332 Sutler st nol :<:n
PIANO LESSONS BY GERMAN LAUvi 11 w.f
hour 2-5 cenra. 931 Market, Houtii ii. niylii 1J u
PARTIES THAT ARE GOING HOUSEKEEPING
J will find It to their advantage to cull and see niy
prices lu furniture, carpets, roldlng-beds. stoves
and house-lumisbine goods; cash or payme-m
-country orders solicited. All goods are spociati-s'
ARONSO.VS, 1310 aud 1312 btockton St.. open uli
»»■« QC2B 6m
LATEST HOLIDAY GIFTS— WEE WAH AD
ju-tlng Hammocks; children, admits or Invalids;
for parlor or lawn: selling rapidly, agents every
where, or WEE « AJlj;i'., ;;i;i Powell. no2» lm<>
REST EASY AITDBATX MONEY. AS WE HI VI
trousers of the latest designs and styles ford,
made by the best merchant tailors for $8 to sia
ORIGINAL MISFIT CLOTHING PARLOUS, CJr
Post ami Dupout sts.
MKS BOS. IfOBBIB, DRESSMAKER, LATK
White Hooje DressioatliK Co., loli Gejry.o2st(
'|l BRILLIANT. DEALER IN UKESS GwODS,
A . Bne cloaks, carpets, furniture, household gooiU,
etc.. sold on easy payments. 2Ul* Mason s:. ocl 3in
GOOD BUSINESS INVESTMENT CAN UK
made by purchasing a merchant tailor-urn Is
business suit for $15. made by a leading merchant
tailor for *.;j ORIGINAL MISFIT CLOTUIN'tI
PARLORS. 101. Po 3 t and Dupout sts.
1A VERITK TOILET BAZAR. 325 % GEARY
' Hair dressed by N. Y'. hair-dresser. 2oc. dea Mmo
PARISIAN DRESS AND CLOAK MAKER. 5117V.
J. butter— Latest stylish designs: reasonabl».d2 In
HOLIDAY GOODS ON WEEKLY PAYMENT- \T
Eastern Clock Co.. 1236 Stockton st. noia 3m
MJOOST BROS.. HAY, GBAIN, WOOD AND
■ coal yard. 600 to 618 Gough st^ uoll 3m
BALL-KOOM AND FANCy'daNCE.- T \ VGHT"
IKVINS Dancing Aca.lemy. 827 Miss ...o7 ;tm
VdLDING-BEDS — EXAMINE UVK '.MAN IKL
J folding-beds In oak. cherry .walnut : only $27 50*
instai;m»ht price; warranted for 5 years. M. FRIED
MAN A CO.. 228-230 Stockton St. and 237 Post,
cor^Stocktou: opeu evenings. no3o tf
SUITS TO OKDER, fl6 AND UPWARD. HE". BY
PLANZ. merchant tailor, 523 Geary st- oclB 3m
IN THE STATE— GOODWIN'S CLUB
sausages and sujar-cured boneless bacon. Stain
16 and 23. Center Market. nol9 3m
UE ADVISED IN TIME AND SAVE MONEY BY
At purchasing a merchaut t/illor-mads 3 or 4 but
ton cntaway suit, suitable for business or dress, ror
•20. made by an artist tailor ror $40. origin w,
MISFIT CLOTHING PARLOUS, cor. Pust aud Du
/■>AL. CARPKT-.NWEEI'ER IS THE BOSS: ALL
V^' Hinds repaired at MGEKS. 310 frntter sloe 1 5.3m
UIILIC LOAN OFFICE. 77» MISSION ST.. NR.
Fourth, loans any amount ou diamonds. Jewelry,
plnnos. etc. : low rates. Telephone 5253. oc!9 3mo
ACCORDION PLAITING (GENUINE); ALSO
pinking, stamping and buttonholes. 137 Sixth.tr
\\ IN DO NY SHAMES MANUFACTURED TO oa
'» derby WILLIAM M.-PHUN. 1196 MarkeL 2t;t
CITY STEAM CAKI'ET BEATING AND REN*
Tatlng worts: dyelug and cleaning. 24aiiil'ij
Eighth St. G. H. STEVENS, proprietor Jjatiin
VOU CAN BUY YOfflt FUBNITUBE ON IjT
A stallmenta; easy terms. BARB liKUi, 322 >il
Hayes st.. beL Franklin and Goujjh. mrli.;
fARPETS THOROUGHLY CLEANED WITHOUT
\J beating; rcnttlng carpets a specialty. CONKLIN
1 tins.. 333 Golden Gate ave.: telephone 212tf. 13 :r
/"IAKPETS CLEANED CHEAP. STKATTON A
\J WUELDEN. 453 Steveason st. se2s tr
BUTTON-HOLES AND BUTTONS MADE, PINK-
Ing latest style, plsltlng. IS O'Farrell. se2o tf
fiOLOMBAT'S FRINGE AND TRIMMING M»*
\J ufartury. i i I O'Farrell, opp.j>ld place, se.ti :fm
MAN O!' LIMITED MEANS CAN DRESS AS
well as the millionaire by purchasing a mer
chant tailor-made nobby sack suit ror *15. made by
a merchant tailor for »30. ORIGINAL MiSKIT
CLOTHING PARLORS, cor. Post and Dupout sts.
ORIENTAL HAIR GLOSS RESTORES GRAY
hnirtu orlglual color; sottrns the hair » hen dry
ana hard: soothes an irritated scalp and sktu. F.
KIDEB.*O4 r.u,!i»t. nol.. 3 in . -
pIOME IMMEDIATELY AND (SAVE TKuCKLK
V/ and expense by buyliu a merchant tallor-iu ids
dress overcoat for $12, made by a Chicago merchant
tailor for *--• ORIGINAL MISFIT V'LOTUI.Nii
PARLORS, cor. Post and Dupont sts.
PRIVATE HOME IN CONFIN'EMFNT. 9il
Koisom st.. MRS. M. E. ROGERS. Midwife. Hi tt
SUITS ON INSTALLMENT: FINE SUITS MADE
to order on (Installment. LEON LEMOS. i:VJB
Market St., opposite odd Fellows' Building. 11015 tr
LAKGEST STOCK! LARGEST STORE, LOWEST
price; easiest terms ou new and second-hand
lurn it ure and carpets, stoves aud ranges; highest
price paid for second-hand goods; open eveniti£-L
1017, 1019, 1021, 1023 Mission st., bet. Sixtn a*j
Seventh. J. NOONAN. au7 tf
rpHK EVENING BULLETIN. PRICE REDUCED
A to 16 cents per week, delivered by carrier to any
part of tbe city: the Bulletin is the best, oldest
and largest evening paper published on the coast;
orders by postal-card or otherwise will recelva
proniptattentiou. Offlce 622 Montgomery at.
HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR CAST-OFF CLOTS
Ing, gold, jewelry, bonks. KLEIN. IU9 Sixtn.;:
MONET LOANED ON ARTICLES: EVERY DB
scrlptlon ot collateral: old gold and sliver
bought. CQLEMA.VS. 41 3d St.. Sau Fraucisca ui3t>
SMALL ADVERTISEMENTS AND SUBSCKIF
tious taken at Call Branch unices, 603 Larkln
St., 339 Hayes at. and 25 1S Mission st. ; open till
9::<0 H. M.
J first-class dressmaker rrom the East MISS
HELEN M. BECK. 732 Post St. de27 3m
A LL LADIES WISHING TO HAVE ELEGANT
■i\. ly tlttlug suits made, handsomely draped, ror
«6. or with goods, making and trimmings tor »15,
call on MRS. MOKKIS. 732V5, Geary st. de2l 7t«
-TvRESS-CUTTINU TAUGHT THOROUGHLY BY
-1^ authejrtlc_FrenchJallor system. 610 Post.l3 3in
SUITS MADE IN THE LATEST STYLE FhOM --
*5 up; goods and everything round, tls. and
made- In 24 hrs: perroctttt. 115 Stockton st de9 lm
OTYLISH DRESSMAKING PAKLORS: PERFECT
O fit: hue work; reasonable. 23 Sixth st. deS 3m
SCHOOL OF DRESS-CUTTING AND DRES.I
making; you are taught t<* make a dress rrom be
ginning to end— drafting, cutting, basting, seninc
draping and deslguiug. W. H. CLOSE <x SON. J\)S
Powell. seJU 6m
/ j OWNS CUT. STITCHED AND DRAPED FOKs:<;
VI latest fashions: perfect fit; S. T. Taylorsystem
teught. MRS. L. P. WY ANT. 11 Geary St. jwr.'t) tf
rpHE EVENING -BULLETIN, PRICE BEDVCED
A to 15 cents per week, delivered by carrier to any
part of the city: the Bulletin Is the best, oldest
and largest evening paper published on tha coait;
orders by postal-card or otherwise wlii receive
prompt attention. (Mtice 622 Montgomery sr.
'" neighborhood with conveniences for lonely
bach; must- be cheap; answer uutll January Ist.
L. P.. Box 104. Call Branch Offlce. de27 2t»
\\r ANTED-BY A FAM^Y OF S (NIT CHIV
"■ dretn, 4 furuUhed sunny rooms, kitchen and
nse or bath ; bet. Market and California. Address
E. S., Box 102, Call Branch Office. de27 3t*
VOUNG MAN^WANIS BOOM IN "PRIVATE
X family (Protestant) where be cau h;we upright
piano; central: state terms. L. A. W.. Box 108
Call Branch Offlce. It*
W ANTED-BY 2 YOUNG (IENTLEMEN, 3
.t .fdT 3 w Private family; location bet. Powell
without board. H. K.. Box 103, Call Hranch. 26 2t
V\^ ANTED-TVPE IN GO^rT^O^Dmoii W
V* M. PATTERSON. 310 Post St. d e 6 tCW
JMMOT TO LOAN.
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