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WEATHER PREDICTIONS.
Department of Agriculture. 1
W'EATfIKB BDBKAU, >
San- Francisco, Juuo 18, 1892J
For Tw«-nty-foiir Hours Kmllnjj Midnight.
For Northern California— Fair, but partly cloudy
and tofgy weather aiou;; the coast: soutDerly to
westerly winds: slight changes in temperature ex
cept cooler In the northwest portion.
Southern California— Fair but cloudy and fo^cy
along the coast; westerly winds; nearly stationary
temperature.
Oresou aad Washington— Fair, except preceded
by light rains along the Washington coast and at
Portland; south to west tvinds: stationary temper
ature, except cooler in Oregon, Eastern Washing
ton and at I'ort Angeles.
Nevada-Ialr: south to west winds; stationary
temperature, except cooler In the northern portion.
Vtah— Fair; warmer, followed by stationary tern
ire.
Local Forecast.
For San Francisco— Fair but partly cloudy and
ro;sy weather; nearly stationary temperature.
IDE CALL CALENDAR,
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SAILKDAY JUNK S. 1 892
NOTICE!
A' | c cur patrons who fail tofnd THE
MOE2HNQ CALL for sale ■■■. train-boys
uiU confer a favor by notifying this ojjlce cj
iltjact, naming the date and train.
A SIM LIGHT.
Just a* the chorus of tax-eaters had
broadened and deepened into scnorous
tones a discordant note comes up from the
City Hospital which ma; throw the chorus
out of time. There is a charia on tie side
that the superintendent Is controlled by the
nurses, who are described as "perfect
ladies, '' and on the other that a member of
the Board of Health had upon several
occasions constituted himself the board
and had given orders in conflict with those
of the superintendent. The member of the
lioard of Health who was charged with
giving orders declared that the member who
made the charge only went to the hospital
to attend banquets. The men. of the
Loan.) who charged the superintendent with
being unduly influenced by the nurses said
that the bill of fare had been revised at
their suggestion, and as revised was contrib-
Dtiug its mite to run the hospital into debt.
It was al?o intimated that ttie lady nurses,
relying upon their influence with the super
intendent, were careless in the performance
rf their duties. The lady nurses also held
occasional receptions in their parlor, at
which such simple refreshments as oysters,
ihrimp salad and chocolate and other nice
things were serve. l. On the other hand it
was shown by the testimony of patients
that the oysters, shrimp salad and choco
late did not go round; that In fact the
patients' fare was poor and scant. It is
Sufortunate for tho gentlemen who ap
f eared before the Finance Committee of the
Hjard of Supervisor* the other evei.ing that
this =iue light should have been flashed upon
the scene at the preseut time. Those gen
tlemen were engaged in an earnest effort to
convince the boar! that the urgent need of
aiore money than the dollar limit affords
would justify the members of the board in
breaking a solemn pledge when up comes
this fin*!], showing that limes are not really
hard at the City •■.•Hal. This flash may
for a moment blind the president of the
Board cf Education, who asks for SI2OjOOO
ir.ore than tho board had last year to pro
vide fur about the same number of pupiis.
It ruay also disturb the efforts of .the Fire
Department; who hold that the city can only
be made safe from fire by adding fifteen
companies of different kinds to the depart
ment. But nothing will phase a Street
Superintendent who asks for £300,000 more
thau he had for waste and work last year.
OIK BURDENS.
A new charter for San Francisco, say
some <»c!iemin^ Democratic politicians as
sisted by a few persons who term them
selves Republicans. We notice, however,
that both classes whenever an election
comes -round insist on the election of men
who have acted with our oppressors. A
newspaper contemporary says "the Kelly-
Crimmins administration has spent $474,000
more than its predecessor." Tne same
paper, however, does net say that the previ
ous administration expended at least one
million dollars mure than it ought to have
expended, and that it tried its utmost to
keep that administration in office. Our
contemporary only dropped Buckley after
The 1 all had broken him down politic
ally. Does tbe Examiner, which appears to
be an advocate for excessive taxation if tbe
money can go into the bands of its partizan
friends, realize that San Francisco is taxed
to an extraordinary extent ? An evening
paper gives the following summary of our
taxes at the present time :
The pledge of tie local Republican platform
provides for a levy for general purposes of
52,750,000 for 2-93. To this are to be added
the special levies for park, City Hall and public
debt, which may aggregate 20 cents, ana which
will produce 5700,000. Crown, this pi!e with the
$1. 500,000 ol what Is called the Lxe<i revenue of
ike city and we have a grand total of (4,950,000
—say 15,000,000 for purely local purposes, and
this exclusive of the 51, 500,000 or $2,000,000
that property-owners will have to pay for street
Improvements. The levy for the next fiscal
year, sanctioned by popular vote, will be the
most enormous ever made In the city and county
of San Francisco.
Is any person summed that our citizens
complain that they have to carry excessive
burdens? Indeed it is a wonder t;
Francisco flourishes at all with the' set of
harpies plundering her in every possible
way. It seems a miracle that men generally
can obtain money enough to pny their
taxes and then meet railway exactions.
Some of our newspapers, however, seem to
favor every proposition that will take
more money out of an overtaxed community,
for they advocate any and every scheme
which encouragc-s clunderers. <
A COMPACT.
It seems that Da Young of the Chronicle
believes that he can serve himself if not tiie
Ilepublican party by employing K?l!y and
Crimtuins to manipulate politics for him in
this city. It may be a satisfactory arrange
uient to barter for nominees to the Legisla
ture who will support Da Yeans: for the
Senate, and that Kelly and Criinmins will
consider the compensation an equivalent if
they can divide the different city offices
among their retainers. Are not these par
ties commencing to show their hands too
soon? Is there a man in this city who
would like to see Da Young placed in the
United .States Senate, or to IMMM the affairs
of this city turned over to the tonder mercies
of Kelly and Crimniins? It may be well,
however, for the Republican party that
these' men have commenced their tricks
thus early. T_n_ Call, however, i» not
trying to ruu political parties in San Fran
cises, but is trying to give the current news
of the day.
THE OIILOOK AT CHICAGO.
It is yet too soon to see anything cUarly
at Chicago. Convention time is the season
at which the rooib.ick nourishes most luxu
riantly. It is well to be on guard again tt
believing any story which seems improbable
on its face.
Ob general principles it is not wise to
select a candidate whose ability to carry his
own State is questioned. From all accounts
the local fight in New York has reached a
point of unexampled bitterness. It is not
only that Hill's passions are engaged; be
must be sagacious enough to real that,
while he might kill Cleveland, he would
commit suicide in the attempt, and that he
would not gain much by that. but Tam
many's life bangs In the balance. That
powerful organization, which, with some
periods of interregnum, has held the New
Fork Democracy in the hoilow of its hand
for nearly a quarter of a century, now stands
to lose power, prestige, patronage an 1 pelf,
1; Thveland is nominated and elected.
That must be a dismal alternative to
professional politicians of the Democratic
party in New York, for the light will
be one in which no quarter will be
asked or given. Some ye.irs a&«, Puck hit
iff tnc situation in a cartooa, winch de
picted the late John Kelly— then sacliein of
Tammany— asking Cleveland, " What shall
it be, peace or war?" And the ex-Sheriff of
buffalo, with a bitter smile, answered,
" War, Jdhnnie, war."
The crisis is not unexampled. Forty years
ago, war was declared by Tammany upon
Fernando Wood. Weed accepted the chal
lenge, founded the Irving: Hall Democracy,
and foiurht Tammany with such success that
lie became Mayor and member of Congress,
in spite of its braves, and in spite of the at
tack brought upon him for his disloyalty;
Twenty years later, Tammany, loyal to its
ex-sachem Tweed, challenged Samuel J.
Tilden. lie accepted the conflict, Rave blow
for blow, obtained the nomination for Gov
ernor in opposition to the sachems, aud in
spite of the vehement protests of Tam
many, who declared that ha could not
carry New York, secured the Presi
dential nomination at St. Louis. Tam
many's present hostility to Cleveland
is not more bitter than its former hostility
to Tilden. More recently, in its conflicts
with the County Democracy, Tammany has
more than once been beaten and has shaken
t nblic confidence in its prestige. In 1670,
when it bolted the regular ticket and ran
John Kelly for Governor it only polled
77,C00 votes cut of a total of 870,000, which
occurrence had the effect of still further im
rairius confidence in its strength.
These tilings are remembered by Demo
crats outside of New York, and the memory
is not likely to strengthen Tammany's in
fluence in Chic.l2o. It is possible that, on
a calm review of the field, the members of
the convention may decide that it would be
good politics to pass Cleveland over and to
nominate me such candidate as Palmer or
Pattison or Boies on the principle thai it is
more discreet to take all precautions to
carry the election than to choose the best
mau in the party. Bat people who are
curious about the result will do well to
bear in mind that the influence of Tam
many may be offset by the very general de
sire to see it downed. To most American
minis Tammany typifies machine politics.
It is viewed as a compact organization
which buys the votes of the New York
rabble with the spoils of a great city. li is
rarely found on the right side 01 a public
quostion or iv support of a pure man. It
cannot be said to embody all that is bad ia
modern American politics, but it embraces
a large snare of the badness, aud its tri
umphal example is responsible for much of
the rottenness I ..it prevails in party poli
tics outside of Xe»v York.
j.v ni poi rin r.
A correspondent, commenting en an arti
cle in Tni: Call concerning the publica
tion of ''Protection or Free Trade" iv the
that Mr.
ge attributes the pov< work
to the monopoly of land i
than to tue protective policy. Our cor
respondent
He slow? cl. any f bat monopoly of land.es-
I of ihe veiy valuable land Id clues aud
towns, mineral-bearing lodes, etc., I
share oi iti
Wl.ile but few people wi:l admit that Mr.
•■ or any other writer lias shown that
the ownership of land causes the puverty of
the working cla?>ej, it will be admitted
that in "Protection or Free Trade" an effort
is made to make such a showing. Ky r--
publishing the pamphlet as a cai
document the Democratic party h; .
that doctrine. It certainly makes no pro
test acainst the portion of ti*e argument
it circulates that is devoted to the free land
theory. If the principles of a party may be
. i by its campaign documents the
rats are committed to absolute free
tr;i<ie and single land ta . tform
adopted at Chicago will not, however, ac
cept any such doctrine. It will be silent on
the single laud tax que«tion and it will de
clare for a tariff for revenue with incidental
protection.
A very common error is the conclusion
that the abuse of a thin* justifies ita ex
tinction. Under the law permitting the
ownership of land land passes into the
hands of comparatively few men. There
fore a class of political economists say
abolish all laws giving ownership in land.
By the same course of reasoning, excessive
rates of transportation on railroads call
for the destruction of railroads. The argu
ment that it is abuse of a thing, not the use
of it, that makes the evil, is as old as the
bills, but a good many people are constant
ly losing sight of it. Land monopoly is an
evil of gigantic proportions, but it can be
reached without destroying the title of a
man to his homestead. To make the owner
ship of land in large quantities unprofitable
it is not necessary to tax the small land
owner out of his property. Our corre
spondent concludes:
I would be glad If you would Indicate, through
your paper, what you consider the be«i work, of
n<ft too great lencth, on the protectionist side of
the subject. 1 always like to read and consider
fully both sides of every subject.
While it may not be an easy matter to
indicate the best work upon either Bide of a
subject upon which so many volumes have
been written, we can recommend the speech
of McKinley on the bill that bears his name
as a compact and practical argument in
support of the policy of protection. The
speech, of course, was published in full In
the Congressional Record and also in
pamphlet form.
OSTKICBKfI AT CHICAGO.
One of the first exhibits to arrive at Chi
eri<,'o in preparation for the World's i
a carload of ostriches shipped from Ocean
side, San Diego County, in this State. The
biids have been placed in a corral in the
outskirts to be acclimatized. If they should
show signs of suffering from next winter's
weather tbey will be shipped out of tie
ranee of frost to a point in Louisiana. If
thpy survive the winter and thrive in the
meridian of Chicago it is proposed to estab
lish an ostiicti farm there permanently.
It is to be hoped that the enterprise will
be successful. The demand for ostrich
feathers, which seems to show no signs of
abating, is far beyond the capacity of the
ostrich farms in South Africa and California
t(. supply. But it may be a question whether
the ostrich can ever be acclimatized in a
region where the thermometer falls to 20
degrees below zero. Man is the only ani
mal which can live nil over the world. The
horse, the swine, the cow. the dog, the rat,
can live almost anywhere, but there are por
tions of the globe on which they die out, aid,
ai to the natives of the tropical and sub
tropical zones, they generally rebel against
transportation. There wa3 no scientific
reason why the ramel should nut have
thriven in Texas, but it did not, though
large sums were spent by Government and
private individuals to domiciliate it there.
When it became apparent to enterprising
men that there was money in raising
o*ti iches attempts were made in many
to glow the bird. These led to the
iy that it was disappearing from its
old haunts. It has practically disappeared
from Asia, thouszh within the historical
petiod it was abundant in Persia, Syria,
Arabia and parts of what is now British
India. lint in Aftiesi. between the Medi
terranean States and the while settlements
back of the cape, it seonis to be still plen
tiful. I3ut the cost of outfitting and cou
THE MORNING CALL, SAX FRANCISCO, SATURDAY, JUNE 18, 18U-S -EIGHT PAGES.
ducting an ostrich-hunting expedition is so
great that the product of the feathers did
not cover it, aud then ostrich farms were
started in Cape Colony. They iiava real-
[zed fortunes for iheir owuers, and it Is not
surprising that their example should i avd
been followed In this Mate, or that equal
success should have attended the ventures.
THE WOMAN JN lIIE CONVENTION.
While it will be admitted that the Wyo
wmiian delegate to the republican
national convention performed her duties
creditably, the discovery lias been made
that her husband made a failure as a house
keeper duriDp his wife's absence. It is not
shown that the husband in this case was
especially incapable. He probably knew as
much about housework as the average
Baa. Nevertheless, when the lady delegate
readied home she found things in a deplor
able condition.
This discovery opens up a new phase of
the woman question. The nmti in the case
is driven from the position that woman can
not do his work and is compelled to admit
that he cannot do woman's work. Woman,
therefore, takes her place at the head of the
firm. When there are two partners the
one who can dothewoik that has been
allotted to the other and bis own work too
is the master of the situation. While the
firm might thriva best with the services of
both, if either must De dispensed with the
one would remain who could do the work of
either or both. Of course, the male advo
cate will say that the solitary woman in the
convention did not run it, while the man
had to take entire charge of the deserted
household. But, on the other hand, it may
be urged the man who failed as a house
keerer probably had the benefit of his wife's
experience. She may have left printed
directions as to the manner of proceeding.
At all events, he had had the example of
his capable wife before his eyes for some
years and should have profited by it.
I IM .^i Nii I OKCB.
From present indications nl Oakland it
would appear as if the railroad company
was not willing to leave its claims to the
water front of that city to the courts, al
though it has virtually dictated who ibould
fill the judgeships in this city and State for
several years past. The claimants to the
water front of Oakland, although not in the
name of the Southern Pacific K.iilioad Com
pany, it is believed approach that company
about as closely as did the Contract and
Finance Company the Central Pacific Kail
road Company. The Contract and Finance
Company was composed of the same indi
viduals, bat the money obtained was placed
beyond the reach of the Government's
claim, ft was put in the pockets of private
individual!). In the case of the Oakland
water front the company is not named as
the Southern Pacific Railroad Company, but
the individuals, we imagine, me the same.
The property constituting the Oakland
water front is probably worth at the present
time not less than ten millions of dollars,
but what it may be worth in the futuro no
person knows. The railroad managers, as
we have suggested, ara unwilling to leave
the adjustment of water-front matters to
judges whom they have to a great extent been
Instrumental In placing in office, but prefer
to use some degree of finesse and force in
the matter.
THE MICHIGAN* CASE.
The Supreme Court has decided the
Michigan electoral act to be constitutional.
The last Legislature of that State, being
Democratic and not at all certain tnat the
State would elect Democratic electors In
1592, passed a law providing for Presiden
tial election by Congressional districts. The
constitutionality of the act was not held iv
much doubt, but the act itself was con
sidered sharp practice. The dispatch an
nouncing the decision of the Supreme Court
is in error in assuming that it will give the
Democrats -ten electors in Michigan. It will
give the Democrats a number of electoral
votes equal to the number of Congressional
districts they carry. In the present Con
gress the Democrats have seven members,
but the republicans do not give them more
than live this year. Toe electors a', large
will be elected as heretofore on the general
ticket, and will go to the patty that polls
the largest vote in the whole State.
iiih roiTorrici - 1 1 1 .
r ary to late advice*, the Mlssi !i and
Seventh streets | lit* has been ac-
cepted by I :uent. We can only
are as to the cause which produced
this result Secretary Foster must have
succeeded in drawing either Attorney-
General Miller or Postraaster- General
Wanamaker over to his side. It has been
assumed, however, that neither the Attor
ney-General nor the Postmaster-General
was a man who would be easily drawn
against his convictions. The bright side to
this picture is that some lime in the not dis
taut future we may get a postoflice.
There is nothing on earth like adver
tising, if you wi.sli to make your iuaik on
earth as a millionaire. Sc<,tt wrote up the
.uds tiie mountains, the streams and
valleys of Scotland, and gave them anima
tion from pcr'on:.l mi ventures of romance
characters and the prowess aud strife of
Highlanders. His romances captivated the
. f r»ad*-r>, ai.d his realm of fancy
pr v»d a legacy of thoUMUida of i<ounds a
day to his financially constricted country-
As a patriot, Scott far suri
Wallace. The one repelled the .Southron.
and did as much as hecould tocoaotier him.
Tiie other attracted the Southron, and did
it him by the music Ol his lays ;md
the spirit-stirring characteristics of his
novels. Burns helped in the same direc
tion. A Scotsman who knows not Hums
has been bom out of his ovvu country.
Scott's spirit lias traveled on the wings
Of fancy so far as the English language has
voyaged. There is bo reason to conjecture
that the English language has reached the
moon or has visited Saturn, but undeniably
it hub true around the earth, and is the
most commercial of all tongues. Were
Scott to get up in his grave and scan the
newspapers of to-day lie would perhaps
recognize his method of "laying the keel of
a new lugger" in the descriptions of natural
scenery to attract the town denizen from
his haunts and entice him into the paradise
of rural existence. In California there is
no deception In the artifice. The country is
lovely south, north, cast and west. Hence,
without disparagement to other sections
of attractive tourist or residential area the
following comments on Redwood Canyon,
in the vicinity of Mill Valley, are not want
ing In camera truth : "It 1-. indeed a very
fairyland. It has trees almost as large as
those of Calaveras; it has a shade so drop
that the sun never strikes the ground; it
has a foaming, dashing mountain torrent
tumbling over the falls and churning down
rapids; it has sides so steep as to be un
climbable; it has ferns and flowers and
foliage in &tich profusion as to bewilder the
explorer. Everything is as nature left it,
ana nature was not stingy when she gave
this region birth." Happy Mill Valley.
"In the midst of wealth we are in poverty
may be the exclamation of not a few victims
of the robber method? of the present hour.
The robbery on the lieikeiey train has
hardly passed out of recollection, even in
the retentive memory of detective?. 'I li-'m;
guardian angels cf justice have now another
affair en hund almost as audach us and im-
pudeut, but, as tbey have made the. arrest*
npproprihte. to the circumstances, they are
not in danger <■! ibkqny or guessing fol
want of success. A Japanese, at 7 o'clock
in the morning, was waylaid by a couple of
observant footpads and beaten nnd robbed.
His assailants are presumed to be Id custody,
and if found guilty- a mortification which
will be ie?: a ied with the tradition*) stiei.u
--otißness and plothora oi artifice — they will
lament their temerity in daylight.
The satire of animal domestication ran
hardly be carried far beyond the more polite
point it has attained in England. A rabbit
has been sold in England for $130. It bore
the name of Gladstone. This patronymic,
conjoined with the fact that bunny had ears
.7.. inches long and 7% inches wide, seems
to have stimulated buyer* into a positively
earnest competition. Probably a Liberal-
Unionist or a duke — who, whatever his
party, is loyal to dukery— bought the patri
otic rodent, and when served up at table it
will have a vindictive but appetizing sauce.
It is a mean way of showing spite. Soon
we may hear of a donkey being soul as Lord
Salisbury — almost as soon as length of ears
or tail can be found consonant with the name.
People here were almost prepared to be
lieve that the Government experts were
ready to order ajiew postoflice on the sum-
id it of Lone Mountain. There was at least
a drift of opinion that it would not be
located at Seventh and Mission. A tele
gram from Washington gives the informa
tion, however, that, this is the very Bite
v\ hicU has been selected. No site couiU have
been chosen exempt from objections. The
Government is prepared to light the objec
tions against the one it has resolved to adorn
with the proposed new structure. Property
in the Immediate vicinity will eujoy the
benefits of a much-needed boom.
Kmin Pasha still holds on to life, His,
obituary has been written often, with
numerous embellishments appropriate to
the sad circumstances; but he nourishes yet
and Is (lily ■ smallpox convalescent. Nine
lives hns a cat, and a good many more has
Emm Pasha. His Excellency will resume
his duties as naturalist at his own sweet
will, and ruler over blackamoors according
to expediency and the malignant antagonism
•of Arab?. He will doubtless, before he de
parts lor the realms of the immortal, dis
cover a few beetles new to scientific termin
ology and sow the botanical wilderness with
a lew more Grasses. Thus lie will die
happy.
PEOPLE TALKED ABOUT.
Senator Ransom of North Carolina is the
best dressed and most polished gentleman
in the Senate.
Paris has a new diva in the person of
Mile. Debat (ana known as Develin), who
two years uzo was a kitchen-maid in a sub
urban inn.
Hardy, the novelist, is an acting mapis
trate, and in discharge of the duties of his
position ha ha 9 many opportunities for
studying life among the poor and lowly.
Chauneej If. Deppw will summer at New
port, and the Rhode Islanders are already
figuring upon beiug able to carry him off to
a Kirkimuit clambake and entice a speech
out of him.
Professor Baxter's idea that the writing
of 2000 word 9is a sufficient week's work is
a proof that he never ran a newspaper and
had the foreman howling down the tube for
copy.
Thomas Nast, the caricaturist, says that
bis cartoons pnt an end to a long-continued
and intimate friendship between himself
and Call Schurx These distinguished men
tiu longer speak to eacn other.
Ifajoi Mo«es P. Handy, gourmet and gas
tronome, says that Wavne MacVeagn, ex-
Attorner-Generai of the United 5
divides with Chauncvv M. Depew thedis
tinction of being the best after-dinner
orator in this country.
Vaslll Verestcbagln, the famous Russian
painter, «a< bitten in tiio leg recently by a
mad doc. Although the Injured tleso was
fut sway immediately, it is said that M.
Verestchagin will place himself under the
care of Dr. Pasteur at Paris.
Tha people of Galveston are endeavoiing
to raise (honey to build a monument to the
ltifinnry (if General Ban knead Magruder.
The remains of that distinguished i
crate i lie in the Galveston Ceme
terj without even a marbiu headstone to
mark the (crave.
Signnr bilvano Cavalliero Lemrni, editor
of Di Riforma, one of the leading news
papers of Home, Italy, is one of the most
accomplished of Italians, and is making a
very extensive tour through the United
States with the intention oi writing a buok
about it wih'u he returns to Italy.
l Thoraerv, near Fontalneblenu,
where X » >:i Bonbenr lias lier farm, are
I and' cows of many breed*, herds of
sheep and goata, numbers of r;\libit-> and
poultry, a pair of limis and several ?ery
tnall animals. All these are used as
studies !>y th« nrtis!. SLe ia now 70 years
old, but is still visonuis.
ACCUSED OF PERJURY.
Another Srrioui Char«« Against Squires,
the Jury- Briber.
J. 11. Squires, whose offer to sell his vote
as a juror in Judge Sanderson's depart
ment, was recently exposed and who was
thereafter shown up to bo an ex-road ftgest,
may now also have to answer to a charge of
perjury. This further expose of this mem
ber of the community was made yesterday
in the Probate Department.
Mrs. I). A. Phillips of 513 Ilaycs street had
made application to JudKO Slack to set
aside an order whereby in January Judge
Sanderson permitted Squires to adopt her
granddaughter, Alice O. Decio, now about
Cor 7 years of atie. The grandmother was
very sick some months ago and placed the
child with a Mrs. Uoothby. on Jones street,
near Squires' place on Turk street; and
upon her representations of his excellent
character allowed the adoption proceedings
to be instituted, declaring now, however.
that she did cot thoroughly comprehend the
binding nature of the adoption law until
her granddaughter became tho ward of
Squires.
In presenting Ills i etiti i Squires took
oath that the parents of the child were
dead, whereas Mrs. L'hillips says she gave
him distinctly to understand that only her
mother was dead and that her father is
alive and - a worthless character living at
Arcatn. Iltnnboldt County. Moreover do
attorney's name is nttached to this petition.
That tiiere may have been a motive for
Squire*' duplicity may be gathered from
the c riMinistance that trie child is the ex
ppctant heir of a rich granduncle. who re
sides at Santa (Cruz, this uncle's name be
ing Silver.
Jud^e black shortened the time for tlie
hearing and set the matter for Wednesday,
lira. Phillips further says that the child lias
apparently not been well treated. .She was
a plump and healthy child in January; now
*ho is i ale and ' BBclated. fc'qu ires, wife
and this child lived in one* room, sho lias as
certained, nnd the grandmother verily be
lieves that when Alice appeared in court a
few days ago upon the occasion of bis ar
raignment she was painted nn (1 present a
healthy appearance. Mrs. Phillips also de
clares that she knew of . v (|inre->' record as a
hishwayman only recently before the
expose of him as a brihcVuker.
Victorious Turnrn,
The winners at trio recent Turning Pest
at ban Jose were as follows:
General turning — (Aim ltiege)— First, E.
Soedler, Vorwaeits Turn Vereln, 70*3 points;
second, K. N. Urssse, San Francisco Turn
\ i-itiii. 04 idiots; tlilrd, I). Steeber, San Fran
cisco Turn Vereln, points,
First grade-First, I. Knack, San Francisco
Eintracut; second, M. I.ehniana, \i>i«aens
'1 111 11 \eiciii; tUird, P. Otto, San Francisco Turn
Vereln.
Second pad*- First, B. Wallenbriirk. S:ui
Fraadseo Tarn Vefeio: second, \V. Eitber, \.
Turn \ eielu; Uilid, 1-. lieckei, .San FrauclSCO
I'uiii aclit.
Thiid grade— First. A. Krickan, Oak land Turn
Vereiu; secoud, K. Ueiior. Oak laud Turn VeriKti;
tlurd, \v. liorsiineyer, San Francisco Elntracht.
Running ia|{ii jump— First, \V. Ilotstnieyer.
San Francisco hinuaclit, distance 5 feet and 8
Inches; second, F. Becker, San Fraucisco
Eiutracht, 5 feel 1 inch.
Broad lump First, 1. Wellembrink, San Fran
cisco Turn verelu, dl«tance 18 feet 3 Inches;
second, 11. N. Alpen, San Franetaco 1 urn Vereiu
18 feet 1 inch.
Running Hop, step and Jump— First, 11.
Mauass^, Napa Turn Vereln, dls'ance 37 feet
9 Indies; second, M. Castro, baa Jose Turn
Vereln, 37 feet " inches.
Lifting 150-t'oiind dumbbell— First, Paul
Piekert, Stockton Turn V'erein, 22 times: second,
U. Steinbeck. Oakland rare V-iem, 12 times.
Pulling tue ::7 ; .»(")i:nil shot— Fins, <}. H.
Dabmke, San Francisco Klntrncht, distance 19
reel 09 Indies; second, F. Wellerobriuk, Baa
Francisco Tarn Vereln, 181 et 7 Inches.
I'ole vaulting— First, M. Lehmaun, V. Turn
Vereln, distance 0 feet 6 Inches; second, II N.
Alpen, San Francisco Turn Vereiu. 8 feet 11
Indies.
Two-hund red-yard dash— Kir**, P. H. Kraek,
San Francisco Eluirarlit; scond, 11. N. Alpen,
Sau Francisco Turn Vereln.
Wrestling— First, < . tMeinbeek, Oaklaad l inn
\<.i<iu, si (Mini, (.'. Kronier, San i'iu:ii iMi. | uni
Vercla.
BwlmmtngCODUst, 4(>o yards— Flr«t A. (irouh
Oakland Furs Verelu; second, t. Kiamin, o.iK
land 1 uru Verelu.
Penelog— First, a. (inieb. Oakland ram
Veraln: second, it. Fuikiug Jr., S<m l-'ranclscu
linn \ eiein.
Kallrotd Nfiwi.
Yosemlte i.s proving a great attraction this
year and most of the tourists who visit this
coast make it tho one point of interest they
are bound to see at all hazards. Many resi
dents are also visiting the famous valley.
The weather is fine there now and the heat
not more than comfortable, with blankets
at night. Those who left for Yosemite yes
terday were: W. A. Magee, tho real-estate
man of this city: I). J. Alcott and Miss Al
cott, tourists; >V. B. Wescott of Los Angeles
and Dr. Monent of this city. To-day the
following persons will make the trip- l)r
11. EL Miller of Oakland, Mrs. G. Morris
Ilaller. E. L. Rollins, Miss Sullivan, Mrs. C.
Cushinp, Miss Dillon, Miss A. Sullivan and
Miss Spens?.
Georce R. Parsons, second vice-president
of the New York and Now England Hail
road, id in San Francisco with his wifo and
family. Mr. Parsons will return East Mon
day. His family, it is expected, will uo to
Alaska next month on a pleasure trip.
•- — .
A Fatal Prink of Ac!«i.
Charles Schmidt, a hostler, died at the
City and County Hospital yesterday after
noon from sulphuric acid poisoning. On
the night of May 27 he was taken from his
home at 7 Polk lane to the Receiving Hospi
tal. He then said that ho had drunk some
sulphuric acid from a demijohn, mistaking
it in the darkness of his cellar for wine.
His death was reported to the Coroner.
Deceased was 48 years old and a native of
Germany.
Make the children happy and take home
Towiisenii's famous candles. •
• New crop pure Vermout maple sugar, 2 lbs.
for 35 cent?, at Towuseud's. •
Tejitebance.— Lou J. Boauchainu ot Olilo.
an eloquent temperance speaker, will deliver a
temperance address tills (Saturday) eveuing la
i'ytiilan Castle before Mannelrn Lodge, 1.0. GVT.
"Kimtiko" reads character tiom writing.
Write In Ink, mi unruled paper, In a i undis
guised hand. Mule sex. Send with BO cent*,
•ÜBpl or postal note, to "Ktltllco," £09 XHer
cLaiii street, buu Frauclaco. •
Didn't yon ever notice how your system seems
to crave special assistance In the spring? Just t ho
help required is given by Hood's Sarsaparllla. It
gives nerve, mental and bodily strength.
Angostura Xin I—aa1 — aa makes health, and health
makes bright, rosy cheeks and happiness. Dr.J. (i. B.
iiiegert & Sons, sole manufacturers.
FOR Bronchial an Asthmatic Complaints, anil
Coughs ami Colds, " Brown's Bronchial Troches"
have remarkable curative properties. 25 cts a box.
Mi.sf.v has no lets, but It ha? wings; so lock it
up in the People's Home Savings Hank.
}>tj<a ii.iiice |,:es. bWAIK'a. 213 Sutt*>r street.
CIUUICII NOTICES.
BtTjSp' First >It'thf><li*t Kpl*ooi>al <'lnirch,
t*-& Powell St.. bet. Washington and Jackson —
The pastor. Rev. M. I). Buck, will preach at 11 a. M,
on " Holiness." and at 7:46 I*, m. on "God's Cove-
riant With Man." Class meetings at 10 a. m. and
12:30 and 6 p. m., and Thursday night. Sunday-
school, Including AiinU Merrill's class, at 12:30
p. m. Ep worth League service at 6:30 p. m,
Meeting for the promotion of hollnes?, to which
Christians of all churches are Invited, on Monday
night. Kpwortb I f sane business meeting on Tues-
day night. Prayer-meeting on Wednesday night.
Strangers are cordially luvite<l to all services. The
seats are free. Pastor's residence 1019 Clay st. 1
jjf"??* Central Methodist Episcopal Church,
LSr-Jy Mission St., bet. Sixth and Seventh— Rev. W.
W. Case. D.D.. pastor. Services to-morrow at 11
a.m. and 7:45 p. M. Young men's meeting, 5:45.
Young people's meeting at 6:30. Children's day
exerclsis in the morning. Evening sermon by tha
pastor; subject: "From Ocean to Ocean and Re-
turn; Vacation Thoughts and Observation;."
Prayer-meeting on Wednesday evening. Welcome
to nil these services. Pastor's residence 1314 Mia-
slon st. 1
iKS 3 First Vresbytorian Church, Corner
«*■**' of Van Nf ss aye. and Sacramento st— Rev. .
Robert Mackenzie. D.D.. pastor. The Rev. John Re.i.
General Superintendent. Rev. Alexander Allison,
D.D., of Philadelphia will preach at 11a. m. and
7:45 p.m. Sunday-school at 12:45 r. m. Christian
Endeavor at 6:30 p. m. Prayer-meeting Wednes-
day evening at 7:45 o'clock. All are mv ted to
these sitvlcps. 1
HOTIGM OB JHKKTIJNGs.
IHf' iy^ Excelalor Druri'i' I-imlk'w *.*sjuuuy/s.-
Ur~*y No. -2. I. O. o. F. -Regular liiei't-^*-^^
Ing THIS EVENING. Second aud third zSo*&^
degrees will bo conferred. 'V//K'?? >
_1 T. R. MORSE, P. M.
Bt^s?» <ulif..nil i H«-li.-k:ili De- \g&BSB8&*
ib~£/ (r .,. Lodge. No. ], I. O. O. F.— §fip£ s %x£ :
The lodge meets every SATURDAY rt f=l^P <^v*
EVEN iMi in Friendship Hall. New Odd
Fellows' Buiiaing, corner Market and Seventh sts.
Omcersaud members are requested to attend, All
members of the degree are cordially Invited.
CARRIE SOLOMON, Noble Grand.
Mrs. E. M. NoitTiT, Bee. Sec. fe6 Sa tt
ECS* Templar Kchnknli Lotlire, o.'^s^fe
I*-*' no. 19. I. 0.0. F., meets THlS^j£*Kgs.
(SATURDAY) EVENING hi Memorial --.^S^ r
Hall, I. O. O. F. Building. All mem- "tZ/Hw-
bers or the degree cordially welcomed. Degree
work second and fourth Saturday*.
LYDIA, F. HURLBERT, NoblejOrand.
Maooik 1 1 • - v i r. Recording sen -. ii »23 tf Sa
EPs§* Tliel>adie)a of the St. Markux Fraoen
ES^iS' Verai'D aro respectfully requested to attend
the funeral of their late member, MAKIE POCK-
ITZ By order of
MRS. OTTO KLOPPENBURG. President.
B. Rktt.ink, Secretary. •
K^Tv* < oral I!i'ail<|ii:«rt it- . St-ite of « :il-
&--& rfomia, Adjutant-General's Office, Sacra-
mento, Jane 15, Ife92.
Special Orders No. 10.
Lieutenant-Colonel BTMAN P. BUSH, Ist Infan-
try, Is hereby directed to preside at an election .'or
lieutenant-commander, Naval Battalion N. G. C.
'vice CHANDLER, resigned. He will notify the otii-
cer elected to appear before the Examining Buurd
of the Naval battalion for examination, the exami-
nation to be according to the ruius governing the
board heretofore.
The said election will be held at the armory of
Company D, Naval Battalion, on TUESDAY EVEN-
ING. June 28. 1892, at 8 o'clock. The report must
contain the first name In full of the officer elected.
By order of the eommander-in-chlef, ■--.■■:
C. c. ALLEN. Adjutant General.
By virtue of the authority conferred upon me by
Special Orders No. 10, C. >.. from general head-
quarters, the elected commissioned oißeers of the
Naval KatUlKMl, N. G. (' . are hereby ordered to as-
semble In full uniform at the armory of Company
D. Naval Battalion, 1618 Pacific street, San Iran-
els.-... CaL. TUESDAY, June 2s, 1892, at 8 o'clock
p.m., for the election of lieutenant-commander.
11. P. BOSH,
Lieutenant-Colonel, First Infantry. N. G. c. presid-
ing oCicer. jei7 lot
9^~~&' Annual H*e>tlns -Tike Kejcnlai An-
i3r~f nii.il meetlttgof tne stockholders ol the North
Belle Isle Mi:. Company will be held at the ofiice
of tbt< company, 310 Pine St., rooms 15 and 17, San
Francisco. Cat, on WEDNESDAY, tne J.'T day of
June, 1532, at the hour of 1 o'clock P. m., for the
purpose vi electing a board of directors to serve lor
tli. eusuinu year, and the transaction of such other
Imslncs* a.t may come before the tetlng. Train-
fer books will cloie In New York City on Juno 13,
and in San Francisco on June 18, ls:»J. at 12
o'clock m. .1. W. i'l.W. Secretary.
Oincn-310 Pine St., rooms 15 and 17, Ban ran-
clseo^J-'aL je7 td
5?^3F» iMi.il Neettnaj J In- Ueralar An-
«> ' Dnal meeting of the Bndie <""nsolidatod Mtß-
lug Company will b« hrli at the offlce of th! com-
pany, room tt2, Nevada Block, :;oi» Montßomery St.,
Hid FnncUco, Cai.. on Monday, toe 20tu day or
June, 189*2. at the hour of 1 o'cloc* »■- m., for the
porpose of electing » board of directors to serve
lor Hi- ensuing year and the transaction of sacb
ctlitr lai>lntst as may ccbip before the meeting.
Transfer booUs will CIOM on Friday, June 17, at 3
o'clock r. m." ii D.WALKER, Secretary.
Odtce— OT Neva.'.a Mock. 309 Slout^omery St.,
San I- ran cisco. f;il. lei 1 I
bfKCIAL NOTICES.
tt^' lir»-: Fire! Hog Peed OfTen A way
Or-*' fora few <Uysuuly at mill. cor. Howard and
Frf niont sta. .i--iT at*
ttT^" Bawl Tenants Ejected fur •*.< «.iir<--
•>-«>' tions made, city or country. I'acltlc Collec-
Uon Ca. 415 Montgomery, R. 6; Tel. &580. de 23 tf
f^s* M re. Hoi man -Steam llcoho] Baths;
***** rlictunatlsin a»pecl<lty 25',.' a Bixtb. Jcl7 3m
tt^S 3 lII*. Epilepsy I.lii>|. iihii- ami Sym-
C»~-^ pathic form), positively cured, no matter
how serious the ease, by Dr. Geiidtf remedies, at the
Paris Pharmacy, 304 Fourth st. my 23 cod tf
JE^jr* .Tnhn I. Lyumi, Notary Pobll and
sv-*' Commissioner of Deeds, orti'-e 607 Montgom-
ery; telephone 5439: residence 22U2 Stelner.jet* tf
ff-^S>» stooka bo light ami sold. Kin^ Bros.,
i*-^^ 3 Fourth St.. near Market mr 27 tf
.7S-* I'rlvate borne In «-i.n fliiemr nt . .Airs.
n>--^ Flnnerty. WO CiemeuHna 6th and 6th. 3m
ft~~s* Mr*. Dr. Ltph»m« Is a Reliable
I*-** »nd confidential specialist: consult aer on all
female irregularities; private home. C2s Geary. Bag
tJ^S* All Female Irrojrnlnrltles r»-«t»»reil
ut^t^ at once by our celebrated treatment and
guaranteed at any period: can by used at home:
pills. 1 1. Dr. and Mm. ■:..-.. St. tr
p>r"]2v > a Itlenniriir to Ladies Instant Re-
Br~*^ net far monttiiy lrregularltle* (from wh»s-
--CTercans*); patient* who have been Imposed upoa
er unsuccessfully treated by others especially in-
vited: board and skillful attention during eonflu*-
went: advice free. DR.* MRS. HAVEN. U2SFost«.
IJ^Sr" S«f»-. Surf anil Speed r Kt-li,-f for
»- ' all moiithlv lrregu:aritles, from any cause,
without tho uso of Instruments. Board, with all
the com.'' ami pi I vary of home during confine-
meut. Infants adopted if. desired. Treatment
guaranteed or no charge, Advice free. DR. and
MBS iLK, 404 Golden Gate avenue. je3 2 in
Bt^37* .Monthly Periods Restored; No Mcd-
Bp^b' Iclne, no pain: It not s.iti«a«-tory money re-
funded. MRS. HOLTZ, specialist In midwifery
and ladles' complaints, 2120 Howard st. mria Bin
Bras' M. 11. Srllffman; I lectric rsiv-i. i.TT.
UrJP treatmcntsl. 3iH Kearny st. parlor 3. Jl la
%Z~X' All Monthly Periods and Othet Con-
nV-^ dlt!ons restored at once by medical electric
treatment: safe and painless; guaranteed never to
fall. ÜBS. DR M. STRASSMAN. »I 6 lost st «tf
epj?" Dr. Kriant'R sp.-i-iii. •« Mi,-ca:iill'oi-
8~- fi ' maneal cure In short time for chronic and
private diseaies, nervom debility, of both sexes; no
charge for examination or consul tar ion; medicines
sent by mail or express; confidential; write syiup-
toms. Km 23, Dunohoo bldg,H7u Market.S.F.l9 2m
mrjgr Attention— French remale Pilla Sur-
■M^ pass anything of the kind as a female remedy:
always relied upon for monthly Irregularities, ob-
structions, constipation, etc: ladies who are on.
unite should not use them to guard against - mis-
carriage; price *1. Address Ml,\ M. da VIES,
I23tt Market, st. Murphy building, room 53. mrB tf
ffl^3j=* Canoei Cured i>y New Method; No
B»^» r operation. DR. F. F. OLM STEAD. 524 Eddy.
ttlyAr* I"; Ivate Home Confinement; linigan-
W-f ab!e. MRS. PFEIFF.It. 2030 Folsotn. apW3m
sp^B 3 ! eaule i»i *«•:!»••» Successfully Treated
tg3^ MRS. Pit. FUNKE.I4I6 Eighth. Alamcda.l3tf
bF^S* I'rivute Home in Confinement— oB l
akr-o' Kolsom. Mrs. M. K. Rodgers.Mldwlfc.aplO Cm
Bf^S-- i hi inn to Ladles Do Not Be Im-
<»-*' posed upon by quacks who copy parts of tha
advertisements of Dr. and Mrs. Haven, and are pre-
snatably too Ignorant to writ- their own; glut) will
I c paid for any case of female irregularities they can-
pet cure. Office. 228 Post st. S. F. ; 9 a.m. to ap. m.
It^r* V r - C. C. <» f l>«»nnell— Office «nd Res.
nV* r NW.cor. Washington and Kearny Ms. mytit
EfC3F* Walche* and .lewelrv Kepalreri. \Y.
i£Z& 11 MMMIX II A'i 4 Sixth st. le2o tf m
DIVIDEND NOTICES.
BEJShr* Dividend Xotlre — San Francisco
It-*' Savings Union, 532 California Bt, cor. Webb;
branch 1700 Market st . cor. Polk. For the half
year ending Jane 30, 1892, n dividend has been
declared at the rats of Ira and one-fifth (5 1-& i per
rent per annum on term deposits and font and one-
third (4 Vis) per cent per annum on ordinary de.
posits, tree of taxes; payable on and after Friday,
July I. 1892. 'Hint, LOVELL WHITE. Cunler.
SITUATIONS— FK.IIAI.K.
IMI^TI'I.ASS MKSKWIIH Till II -1 0»
' reference desires a situation. Apply to J. K.
CROSETT, 312 Suiter st 1
I/RENCH WAITRESS AND SEAMSTRESS
J want place In the city. Apply to C. It H\.\si:\
* CO.. 110 Gear) st - i
Q SWEDISH SISTERS. JUST FROM SWEDEN,* 1
_ wsnts housework. Apply to 0. It UANSEN a
CO . 1 10 Geary st. 1_
QITUaTION WANTED BYGIRL is BARS OLD,
0 recently from Germany, to do 1 ({ht housework
or take care of children. Call or address 1509
Twenty first st. JelS Bt*
T ADY WOULD LIKK A SITUATION AS AS-!
J i slstaiit at homework or as housekeeper for wid-
ower and take her boy 3 years of age; terms reas-
onable; good parties only. Address Assistant, box
131. Call Branch Offlce. - - JelB 2t»
LADY WHO is VERY MUCH IN NEED OV
work and is good seamstre-ii, would like sewing
In families. Address Seamstress, box 131. Call*
Branch ufflee. jelB2i*
A MEHICAN LADY WISHES CHARGE OF C.KN-
7\_ tlemen's club or institution; 10 yean 1 experi-
ence; best city reference; none but first-class par-
tlus need apply. Address American, box lit). Call
Branch Onice. . jelß 2t»
ATORWEGIAN «iIRL WANTS TO ASSIST WITH
II housework. Ca11 534 Second st. Jel3 2t«
IRL. 13 YEARS, WISHES SITUATION TO
take care children. Call 663 Clementina, 1 8 2*
Yin m. WOMAN WOULD LIKE WRITING TO
1 do at her borne. Call MRS. E., 491 Fourth st,
room 7. JelM2t»
OMAN WISHES WORK BY TUB DAY; ALSO
'» gin f»r light housework. Apply 113 Barnard
St., off Jones, near Broadway. J«18 2t*
lADY GOING EAST DESIRES POSITION AS
J traveling companion; would take cure ot chil-
dren or invalid. GRACE PHILBURTON. Station.
B. East Oakland.' JelS St
pOMPETENT WOMAN WIfeHES WORK BY
v I tho day, week or month to do h msework,
washing or Ironing. Apply 511 V Hayes st. JelB 2t*
\'Oll>U GIRL WANTS SITUATION TO IK)
1 upstairs work and waiting; can sew. Apply IS
Capp st., near Sixteenth. j . *
VOIiNO GERMAN GIKL WISHES SITUATION
1 us child's nurse. Call at 901-* Valencia st. •
AI 1810 HOWARD, UPSTAIRS, COMPETENT
-»' nuiau will take charge or lady la confinement*
SITUATIOJSS— CONTINUED.
Tjßj^s^M^fETTANrTsT!!^^ bbss; rtiii fit-
L' ter and draper: sews 75c a day; city or across
the bay. M. M., 1410^ Foisom st. *
V OUNG GERMAN GIRL WISHES SITUATION
J to do cooking and general house world wages
$20. Call 18 Willow aye., bet. Seventeenth and
Eighteenth bis., near Valencia. *___
SITUATION WANTED BY FIRST-CLASS COOK:
O thorough housekeeper and good butter-maker;
no objection to country. Apply 1231 Market st. "
f>ERMAN Woman WANTS PLACE AS PLAIN
\J cook or housekeeper, city or country. Apply
60 Annie by Palace Hotel. 1_
IDDLE-AGED WOMAN WISHES SITUATION;
IVL city or country, to do light housework. Please
call at 1030 Clay st. ft 1 ? at *
V'OUNO LADY JUST FROM SWIfDJtN WISHES
J general housework: small wages. Apply at 914
Vrodf rick St., Ellis or McAllister cars. Jel7 ot
A MERICAN WOMAN, 37 YEARS OLD, WISHES
/v housekeeper's position: first-class cook: not
afraid of work. Call 19 Sixth St.. room 2. Jel7 3t*
Vl' IDOW WITH 1 CHILD WISHES SITUATION
»» In widower's family; good home more consid-
ered than high wages: city or country. W.. Call
Branch offlce. 2518 Mission St. Jel7 3t»
ATORWEGIANGIRL WISHES SITUATION FOR
1> general houseworlc. 1329 Mi J^atoraa st.bet.
Fourteenth and Fifteenth. Jel7 2t*
WEDISH GIRL WISHES PLACE IN SMALL
ramily; Is good cook and laundress. Address E.
P.. box 18J. Call Branch Pmce. Jel7 2t«
QITUATION WANTED BY MIDDLE-AGED
0 woman do general housework; good cook; wash-
Ing and ironing. Please call at 1024 Howard St.,
room 3. Jel7 2t«
SRMAN WOMAN WISHES WORK BY DAY OR
VJr at her home; children's garments, etc. 455
Minna st. near Sixth. '• l " '--*_
UESPECTABLE WOMAN WANTS SITUATION
i-i to do housework in small family: do plain wash-
Ing; will go short distance in country. Call at 337
Jessie st., near Fifth. Jel 7 at*
\-ni-Mj 0IRL~Wl"SIIE3 DO GENERAL HOUSE-
-1 work or chamberwork. Please call at 140 Chest-
nut st. je!7 2t»
VOCNO GIRL WISHES A SITUATION TO DO
1 general housework; good city reference. 1914
Taylor st. 1«17 'it*
SIT CATION WANTED BY A COMPETENT
0 young girl to do genrr&l housework; is a good
cook ai:d laundress; willing and obliging. Please
call at 1 142 Howard st, ton bell. Jel7 2t»
V'OUNO INTELLIGENT DANISH GIKL
1 Wishes situation in a private family to do tip-
t airs work. Address P. L., box 02, Call Branch
Office. Jeltf 3i«
]V" KAT RESPECTABLE AMERICAN GIRL:
1\ Protestant; aged 25; wants to do upstairs work
or as nursemaid or assist In very light homework;
wage* $15 to $20. Miss C. L. M.. box 127. Call
Branch Office. Jel6 Bt*
1 i;i. SvTsHES TO DO LIGHT HOI B E W OB K
'» or lake care of a baby. Apply 637% Natoma
street. ■ Jelt>3t»
W^ANTED-A POSITION AS WEI'NURHE BY
>» a young German lady 2 weeks after eon flue-
meat. Address MRS. E. DAVIS, 403 Minna. 15 4t*
ATURSE WISHES A FEW MORE ENGAOE-
1> meuts: iihysiclans 1 and patients' reference.
Address 719 O'FwrreU at . rear. j«-'l-' 7t*
811 ! ITIOX9— All .
\v^Tii6^siwrTiosrxs^riTirTTiT^^
'» porter in : •'-■■ i, or cashier In restaurant; city
references. Address J. K. L., box 131, Call Branch
Office. je!3 7t«
ANTED— BT MARRIED MAN. SITUATION
** care small place; country or go on ranch; wire
good cook: best city or country references. Ad-
dress S. C, box 85. Call Branch Office. je!B 6t*
QITUATION WANTED I.V MIDDLE-AGED
D : nan, wholesale house, factory or store pre-
ferred: Will be found to tend to his duties. Ad-
dress Steady, box la 7, Call Branch. je!3 3!.*
VOUSG BUTCHER, 8 EARS' EXPERIENCE,
1 desires situation as butcher. Address WILLIAM
11. FLOYD, P. O. box 200. Healdsburg, Cai. JelS 3t
LMRST-CLASS CARPENTER, JOINER: GOOD
r mechanic: steady man! who has worked self-
dependently for many years; seeks a position in or
out of town; references given. Address 1300
Twenty tirstst ; jelB 3t«
1," v I I HUM 1.1 > .MAN ABOUT PLACE DESIRES
Jli lit tut Ion; competent to take f^re of torses and
carrl net: good gardener and milker; references.
Address K\. box 41, this office. je!B 3t*
Man AND WIFE WANT SITUATION' ON
ranch; mang od ranchhand. Industrious, care
of horses and towa: woman good cook and aouse-
keeper. J. B. A., 42tf Natumast. •_
\'Ol'NG vs. 20 BARS OF AGE, WISHES A
1 situation In a wholesale or mercantile house;
can operate on typewriter; best of references. Ad-
dress Will ng. box 48. this office. Jel7 3t«
MIDDLE-AGED MAN WANTS PLACE IN PRl-
vate family take care horses; can milk; handy
sboat hon^e: wages $15. Address Sellable box 94.
Call Branch Offlce. je!7 :t J^_
YOUNG MAN. 17, GRADUATE COMMERCIAL
1 High School, llvlnir with parents, wishes situa-
tion: WbOlet I house or office of atij kind Luisitiess.
Address or call at 24 Parker aye. .17 at*
pEUMAN AND WIFE, EXI'ERIKNCEdTeOPLE.
v 1 wish situation as cook and b ilp« r or waiter,
hotel, restaurant or boarding- house. Address
Coo«». 1012 N.it in . st ■ upstairs. je!7 3t«
1 OMPETENT BAKKK.OERMAN. WANTSSITI"-
-* atlnn. Ask or writs «.ub A. X., at HacKmeier'a
ll.jtcl, Eddy at. near Taylor. je!7 2t*
pEI-LA REMASTER. WINEMAKER AND YI\K
\J yardlst, 20 years' practical experience, first-
cias» recommend (Inn, wishes situation. Address
i.X W; M BROS.. 417 Bush St. Jel7 2t»
I APANESE, YOUNG MAN, WANTS SITUATION
•' at plain cook and housework. Address P. K. X.,
box 44. this office. Jel7 2t*
/'OOD JAPANESE COOK WANTS A SIT O A-
"' tiou to work with wife and the wife to do gen-
eral housework. Please address TAKAGI. NX. cor.
Clay and Stockton sts. jel 7 2f
M.\». well acquainted WITH citv.oodd
driver and horseman, wishes situation to drive
delivery-wagon. Address 34 Harriet St. jelt? 7t«
yiRST- CLASS GARDENER, UNDERSTANDS
1 his business In ail its branches, wants a situa-
tion: 30 years' experli-ncer undoubted reference.
Address A. R. P.. box 10. this omce. jel 6 3t*
A YOU MAN WOULD LIKE A SITUATION
as nnholaterer or carpet-layer. Address R. 11.,
435 Fourth st. Jel6 l_
OY WISHES A SITUATION DRIVING A
wagon; knows ho «v to take care of horse. Ad-
dress Boy, box 6, Call Branch. Joit>3t*
\\' ANTED— BY SOBER MAN, WORK ON KAIL
'• road; five years' experience as track foreman
Address R. It. box 151, Cull Branch »-riice. Jels 6t»
J^IKST-CLASS GERMAN BARTENDER WOULD
i like situation: can give the bast of fererenee.
Address Bartender, box 47. this offlce. jels st*
V* OUNG MAN WISHES WORK OF ANY KIND;
1 wli) h'.vt $10 to any one getting him Steady em-
liloyment. Address S. A., box 51. this office. Jl5 It*
ANTKD-BI AN ELDERLY MAN, IMlLOY-
nient at any kind of light work : wages moder-
ate. Address 'A., box 87. Call Branch. Jel i 7t»
SINGLE GERMAN CARPENTER AND CABINET-
maker wants steady work; reasonable prfrei
city or country. Call 532 Fourtn st lelB7t*
•,%• ANTED— OFFICE \>"lik BY AN EXPER-
«' lenced bookkeeper, strictly temperate ami
thoroughly competent and reUahie. Address ■!. C,
box 40. th>3 ortice. jel2 7t*
MALL ADVERTISEMENTS AND SL'BSCKIP-
-0 tions taken at Cam. Branch offices. 603 LarKln
it. 339 Hayes stand '2518 Mission st; open til!
9-3fl i- v '
ntXALS lIKLP WANTED.
U-ASTfcD COOK l«i|; A MINE 1 \KK !\l!>
»• •29 to *:;«); French second girl, $-'0: maid ami
hairdresser, must like to travel. *25. DELORMB ,v
ANDRE, 320 Butter st i
LV ANTED— COOK AND SECOND GIRL. SAME
»' hou.<e, country, 925 each, see party here;
Protestant Indies' maid, references. $25; nurse
gin. 1 child, city. $20; girl, light upst work and
care of child, $20. Apply C. it. 11 AN SEN d CO .
110 Geary st \'
\\ an n;|i -:, FIRST-CLASS WAITRESSES AND
»' pantry girl. 925 each, free rare, for new place
In country, steady work year round, see proprietor
tero Monday. Apply to C. it. HAN SIN « CO.. 118
Geary it, , }
pEKMAN WOMAN AS COOK IN SMALL
yj country hotel, $50: 2 German or Swedish cooks.
city, plain washing. $25; chambermaids, waitresses,
cleaning girl. Institution. $25, $20; housework
girls, city and eountrv. $25. $20: young girls assist.
$15. Apply MISS CULLEN, 105 Stockton st
room 2. i
'»■! i M A N. WITH CHILD. TO DO COOKING IN
»» country; best or wages. Apply MISS PLUN-
Mr 1. 424 Sutter st * i
VV'ANTED -2 CHAMBERMAIDS TO ASSIST
" little with waiting. $25 each, also 4 waitresses,
Santa Cruz: German nurse, $20; i waitresses, same
hotel, In city. $20 each; second girl, light place in
country. $20. Apply MISS PLUN KETT. 424
Sutter st. i
IV ANTED-FOR AN INSTITUTION NEAR CITY
*» a tod strong woman to help generally in the
kitchen; wages $25 per month. Apply to W. D
EWER A CO.. CUy st. * i
HK ALT HY \%KTNi : KS!: CAN BE HAD BY AD-
ilressiug I>K. J. 11. CAMPBELL, 751 Twenty ■
fourth st _^ jcis 3t»
WOMAN, UENERAL HOUSEWORK. 957Ti
'* Folsom St. JelS3t*
It 'ANTED— UIKL FOR LIGHT HOUSEWORK
" small family. Call taw Buchanan st Jelß 3t*
VY r OVH GIRL TO ASSIST LIGHT HOUSE-
i. work. Apply '_'(} Hanover place. ofT Sacra-
mentost.. bet. Powell and Mason. JelS at*
A PPKENTICE WANTED FOR H AID DRESSING.
- V Call .IK. ROBISONS. 6' 3 Ke«r;iy. Jel8»t»
\l r ANTKD-OIKLS TO STRIP TOBACCO. 420
v ' and 422 Front st, top floor. •
/ Mia. Full UENERAL HOUSEWORK. »3'J Mo
\J AUtster st »
IKL FOR UPSTAIRS WORK FOR AMERICAN
family; $15. 705 Polk. *
STEADY GIKL OR WOMAN WAIT AT TABLE,
small restaurant 52 EUhth st. •
\TOUNQ GIRL TO WORK IN LABELING-KOOM
I MRS. HARRISON. 26 Geary st. •
'ANTED— YOUNG GIRL TO TAKE CARE OK
children. Call 1308 Buchanan st. •
IRL WAIT AT TABLE IN RESTAURANT.
1101 and 1193 Market st _____!_
\ PPRENTICE3 ON COSTUMES. 212 KEARNY
XV. street Jeia2t*
i • ERMAN GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK
VJ and plain cooking. s'Jo'a> Hayes st ie!7 2t*
GOOD WAITRESS ACCUSTOMED TO TRAY
work; good wages: restaurant 24ttElils.l7 at*
GIRL GOOD PLAIN COOK; $18. 887 SEVEN-
teenth st Jel7 'J:*
VERYBODY BUYS THE CAMPAIGN PUZZLE.
■C*»a will give you start BAILEY. 7 1 9 Market. }Btf
\\T ANTED— ENTICES TO LEARN DRESS^
«» mak ni; trad« thoroughly. IMiin Howard j5 lm
>)~.(\ OPERATORS ON LEVI, STRAUSS * CO.
*.u\J overalls.. 32 Va Fremont st Je4 tf
SMALL ADVERTISEMENTS AND SUBSCKIP-
ttons taken at Call Branrb Offices, 003 Larkln
it. 339 Hayes it and 2518 Mission St.; open till
»:3O p. m. • -
UAL I 1; UK J.l' WASlhh.
i;- II- A Msl I Us. LABOKKKS, ROCKMEN 'and
-_ t) drillcri for railroad work, free fire, call early:
10 drillers ami hammer men for tunnel work, $40
and found: section- hand. 76; 10 woodcbuppeis,
91 cord; 7 tlemakers, $1 50 cord. U. T. WARD a
CO., 6!oClar st I__
1 A MEN TO WORK IN HAY-FIELD AND RUN
J.\" mowers. $1 25 and *1 60 per day; 6 ranch
teamsters. $30; stablesaao, country, $30; 5 milkers,
country, $30; '2 American milkers, $30. R. T.
WARD* CO., >I 0 day it. _j 1_
a HOTEL WAITERS. COUNTRY. $30: COLORED
i waiter, country, $10; German hotel waiter. $35;
2 hotel cooks, country, $50; 3 boarding house cooCs,
city, $10 .in. i 4-15 . batcher for country shop. It T.
WARD 4 CO .810 Clay st 1
pLEKKS SEEKING POSITIONS AS SALESMEN,
vysalesladles.tcopylsts.book-Ecepers.stenogrnpbers.
obtain them Clerks' Bureau, 3o3 Kearay, rm.l. IBS'
RKtP WANTKD-rONTINI Kl>.
U' ANTED- OXTEAMSTKH, $75 AND HUM)
and Increase; 8 more laborers for mill and
woods, $30 and found and Increase, fare advanced:
horseshoer and jobbing blacksmith; farmer ana
wife. *50: screwturuer. $50 and found; 3 butter-
makers, 830 and $35 and fonud: 3 milkers, $30 and
found: fanners. *30 and «1 25 and $150 a day:
married woodchoppers; 4 -horse teamster. $15 and
found; miners, $39 and $40; 3 blacksmith helpers.
$2 a day: laborers Tor city. $175 a day and ■? ;0
and board: tlemakcrs and otners. Apply to J. r.
CHOBKTT A- CO., ti'JH Sacramento st. ■ .*. 1
fir ANTED — KITCHEN AND DINING-ROOM
»> ward, $50; hotel cooks, country. $M) and
$35 ; short-order cook, country, night work, f 35 and
found; restaurant waiters. $30 and $35; dishwasher
'and others, Apply to J. F. CBOBBTT & CO., 628
Sacramento st. _1_
EAD WAITER, COUNTRY HOI EL, $15:
second cook, country hotel, $40; 3 waiters,
country hotels, if 3o and $35: 2 colored waiters for
summer resort, $30 ana found; yardman, country
hotel, ■>-.*>; dishwasher. $25, country hotel: young
man to do pantry work, for the springs, $20 and
lound- bandwasher (pounding barrel), country
laundry, $35 and fonud. C. R. HANSEN & CO..
110 Geary st. ; 1
HEAD SKIDROAO BUILDER FOR THE
woods. $65: 10 tlemakers. Be. 10c and 12c a tie;
10 drillers for tunnel work. $40 and found: pony
sawyer, country sawmill; 10 farmer* for bavin*,',
$30 and harvest wages: '-' milkers, some ranch,
north, $30 and found, see boss here: 10 roadmakets
for the woods, $30 and found; 2 mule-teamsters for
a tunnel, $30 and round: farmer and wife, $10. <.
E. HAN SEN ft CO.. 110 Geary St. l._
I* ANTED-FIRST-CLASS BARKEEPER FOR
»» country hotel: Stss ana found and fare. Apply
to C. K. HA.NSI.N A. CO.. 110 Geary st_ I .
i' WAITERS FOR SPRINGS AND RESORTS,
$30: call early. C. R. HANSKN & CO., 110
Geary st. 1
MAN AND WIFE ON RANCH, NO CHILDREN;
logsetterand ratchet man about sawmill. $50;,
Italian man and wife, $30: 20 laborers. $2: 10
drillers, $1 50 and board. W. L. TEAUUE & CO.,
6 Summer St., bit. Pine and California, off Mont-
gomery^
\\ AN I ED-PANTRYMAN. $30: WAI I ER, $8 A
»' week; head waiter, No. 1 man: bay men, 830;
cooper for winery, $40 to $45; Japanese waiter,
taO to $35. DKLORMK A: ANDRE. 230 Butter. 1
YY'ANTED-BUTTEKMAKER. $35 TO $40: SEE
" party here ; 2 young men about mine and learn
mining, $1)75 lay and Increase; 10 farmhands, $1 25
and $3U; 2 milkers; 10 laborers for a quarry, $1 75.
a steady job; cooks, waiters, dishwashers and otn-
tis; water-toy, hot I, near city, $20. and 100 oth-
ers. w. p. >;w_.K & CO.. 826 Clay. lt_
U' ANTED — DISHWASHER, RESORT. NEAR
city. *-';■>; cook, $125, country; cook, country,
$75. HOTEL GAZETTE. 420 Kearny at. 1
PHOTOGRAPHER WANTED. AN OPERATOR;
I only first class need apply. 715 Mar«et. JelB 2t
Q OR 4 FIRST-CLASS CARPENTERS. APPLY TO
0 J. V. LAWRENCE, 61» Sacramento st. 1_
YY AN TED-LA BOREP.S ASHBURY HEIGHTS.
'' BHACKFOBD A LEFFLER.
U'AITER FOR SUNDAY EVENINGS. MAfl-
* ' nolla Coffee Parlor. 5 East st. *_
1i) MEN. feCRAFtK-TEAMSTi-.KS AND LA-
-I—l borers. Call at .New FranUlu Hotel. 321 Pa-
cific st- *
I. EDMAKER. 52t> VALENCIA, BET. SIX-
»> teentb and Seventeenth. Cincinnati Hotel. »
ANTED— A YOUTH 16 TO 18 YEARS, WHO
*• tlveewttb parents: must write a good hand;
office experience preferred ; $15 and Increase,
Address in own baud writing. Youth, box 140. Call
Branch 'Jfflce. 1_
"I UNCH WAITER WANTED. 39 MARKET ST.
±J •_
/iENTL EM EN TAKE SINGLE SUNNY 1- C!:-
V? nlal rooms; $1 week. 545 Mission, JelB 7t*
STEADY MAN, COOK AND WASH DISHES.
0 small restaurant. 5- Ktchth St. *
ARBEK, SATURDAY AND SUNDAY; WAGES
$». 3000 Mission St., cor. Twenty -sixth. *
BARBER, SATURDAY AND SUNDAY. 11
Gram aye. *__
BARBER FUR SATURDAY EVENING AND
Sunday. 117 Valencia st. •
PARSER. SATURDAY. 19 FOURTH STREET.
ARBER FOR SATURDAY. 304 FOLSOM ST.
1> •
1. ARBER SATURDAY AND SUNDAY. 4T7
I > Suiter St.; shop sell without delay. •
rAN ill- -VTkSI-CLASS BOOTBLACK. 1944
Market st. •
pARKIAGE-PAINTER WANTED AT 1148 MIS-
\J SIOU St. *
YY' ANTED— FIRST • CLASS STAMt-BUILDER;
*' none but a flrat-ciaas man need ply, Excel-
slor Redwood Co.. Fourth and Chtniiel'sts. •
OIiOESUOP FOR »ALE. 1614 POLK STItEET.
ANTKD — ENERGETIC YOUNG MAN TO
'» manage an office; references and $1000 casn
capital required; salary $1200 per year and Interest
In business. Address Postoffice box 2087. S. F. 18 3*
I -XPERIE s CEI> OPERATORS ON LADIES'
1j cloaks: electric power. 636 McAlllsterst ]17 4*
ifIRST-CLASS PICT V RE- FRAME JOIN KB. aT
r ply to SCHUSSLER BROS.. 27 Grant aye. 17 3t*
Ur ANTED — RELIABLE BUSINESS MAN TO
»' take working Interest, or would give half in-
terest to the right party, la established real estate
business. Address M. H.. box 92, ths office. Jel6tf
OALKSME.N FOB THE M ARTEL CURTAIN- POLE
0 brackets: larK" commissions and easy sales.'
l'"l 11 A- MURPHY, ro m 14. 120 Slitter. Jel6 3t«
YY' ANTED-OLD MAN TO LOOK AFTER COON-
'• try house and garden; borne and small wages:
must do his own cooking. Apply Builders' Asso^ia-
t'on. 17 City Hall avenue, box 21. je!6 31*
HOT LUNCH WITH BEER OR WINK 5 CENTS.
Mai tin's Employment Exchange, .7 Clay. 16 7*
JJARBEIt SHOP. RUNNING 4 CHAIRS STEADY;
J> bath?. DECKELMAN BROS.. lOOlMlsslon.l6 6*
\\' AN TED AN ACTIVE MAN: PARTNER IN
»» light, ploasant business: will clear $75 per
month to each; this Is a spieudid chance. 1007
Market it., room 1. jel6 3t*
CCQ MISSION — FURNISHED ROOMS DAY.
QUO week, montb; 1 25 per week and up. Jelsl m
1 ' C HAKfEK-MluP JOR SALE: 2 CHAIRS; NO
lO shop In locality; fine location. Address
Shop, box 131, Call Branch. jels 4t*
\ Y" ANTED— GOOD CATHOLIC CANVASSERS
'' for a lirst-class object promising ea-sy and large
sales. Apply to 511 Jones st. jel i tf
TRACTORS, RANCHES, HOTBLB AND
V.-' restaurants supplied with reliable male help;
male help a specially. 206 Stockton st. jel4?t
ANY ONE OUT OF WORK SELL THE CAM-
j V palgn pnrj p: big money. BAILEY.7I9 Markt.tf
BAKElIjj' AND CONFECriONERS' LABOR
Bureau. 115 Fifth St.— ConiDetent men for all
grades work can ba furnished at any hour. ieB lin
- C MEN— FRESH H CAL. BOOS, FRIED OB
• • ' boiled, 2 lor sc; 3 with bread and butter, 10c;
coffee and cake, sc. 44 Fourth st. Jes tf
rPHE I.i 11 1 >. am 1 ._, MARKET— THOROUGHLY
1 renovate. l : new bedding: best-known house In
city; rooms 25c per night; $1 to $3 per week. 15 tf
l\' ANTED— IOO MEN TODAY TO TAKE LODG-
»' Ings from loc to 25c per night; new house.
624 Washington st. apl2 ly
\Y' ALDO HOUSE.733 MARKET— ROOMS NIGHT"
'' 25c to $1; week, *1 to $i. inyoO tf
JUST OPENED-BKANCH HOl T H«l MAI~
ket: new house; rooms per night, 25c to $1. per
week $1 to $3; fire escapes: open all night. ap23 6m
pENTRAL HOUSE. 871 MARKET-ROOMS PER
\J night 25c to $1, per reek<l to $3. Api 3m
pAPITOL HOUSE. 537 SACRAMENTO— BOOMS
\J per night 25c to $1, per week $1 to $3. ap2B 3m
A LLE SEAMEN WANTED FOR DEEP WATER.
-TV Apply 313 Pacific st. uirl tr
CINULE FURNISHED ROOMS 15c A NIGHT.
OLlndell House, cor. Sixth and Howard, jyii
INTELLIGENT MEN To LEARN AND TEACH
i. my system and make (100 to $2uo a month; any
ona having a thorough kuowoledge or my system
cau be Independent of any situation: study ami
practice will soon make you perfect. Call on or ad
dress TaRR, room 49, 1170 Market st. iuy2o tt
Bl IIK JOURNEYMEN BARBERS'
iJ Union have removed to 737 Mission st., rooms
2 and 3; Free Employment Bureau; situations iv
city and country tilled at short notice.' My 19 3in
1 00 fU)C\ MEN WANTED TO LOAN MONET
±\r\J. \JO\J on all articles at low rates -, square
dealing. UNCLE JACOBS. 613 Pacific st. aul tf
» WEEK'S NEWS FOR 5 CENTS— THE WEEKLY
A Cam.. In wrapper, ready for mailing.
AGENTS WANTED.
CANVASSERS FOR HOOPER'S TYPEWRITEIi
\J prism Call between 9 ami 10 a. _. D. V.
DEW EL, 23 Stevenson st. JelB 2t«
Oil) MADE DAILY SELLING THE CAMPAIGN
<P m puzzle: $2 deposit, BAILEY.7I9 Market 9tf
YY' anted-ladies OB young men TO TAKE
*" lUht. pleasant work at their own homes; $1
to $3 per day can oe quietly made: work sent by
mall: no canvassing. For particulars address Globe
Mfg. Co.. b0x5331. r, ; . -;■•;. Mass. rsta>.]ssu.je7 26t
KI'KMTUIIK WASTED.
I~T'^rTuirro776T ; u~7io"vv^rßD, PA^TTuxiTvAL"-
. ne for your furniture and carpets. joIB lm
~\ AFTER l"OB HAVE rRIED ALL OTHERS,
±V. call or send to B UTTER XI KLD a- VINCENT,
auctioneers, room 36. Flood building: highest cash
paid or a guarantee at auction; send postal.'je!6 lm
* ILAHOE QUANTITY OF SECOND-HAND FCR-
I\ altars wanted: 20 per cent paid more than cine-
where. M ALONE. 110 Fourth St.: new>tore. nr.'O tr
4 LL SECOND-HAND FURNITURE fAND CAR-
pets bought: iar.-<- and small lots: call or send
postal. ROSI NHI a 1., 773 and 775 Market. oc 17 ly
HIGH PRICE PAID FOB HOUSEHOLD* FCRNt-
lure. GALLAGHER. 1241 Market, nr. Ninth.,r
\| J. SIMMONS 1 CO., AUCTIONEERS, WILL
111 . buy your lurulture. pianos ana books. 1037
Market st. ap9tt
MEYERS. 907 MISSION ST., PAYS FULL
. value tor your furnltnre and carpets. j»9 6m
AW. FURST PATS THE HIiHKST PRICE
. for furniture. Call or send postal 1121 Mar-
tetst.. bet, Seventh aud Eighth. oc2l ly
■\IcCABK, 128 FOURTH ST., PAY» THtS HIGH-
i'l ppr price for fiirnltnrn. moves, ranges, car:"
HAKTXEU3 WANTKD.
U' ANTKD — A PARTNER IN fTkST^CLASS
carriage-shop ; ins- stand In city: good run of
trade; rare chance for toe right man; full Investi-
gation Invited; no agents, call or address 51 Val-
encia st. Jel3 3t
PARTNER WITH $2000 .TO PLACE A "\.\ir.
X able patent article upon the market; half Inter-
est ana good references given: Investigate. Ad-
orers Inventor, box 22. this office. JelB '_".•
ClllinUl.N Ii(>AKDED.
pBSPECTABLB LADY WISIIKS 1 o^^l7llll^
It dren to board or an Infant to raise on a bottle;
mother's care given. Apply 503V 3 Natoma. 15 it*-
ANTED Bl a RESPECTABLE WIDOW, I
'" or 2 small children to board: a good home ana
a mother's care guaranteed: rates reasonable, • For
further particulars address MRS. LAEMEL. Nap*
City, Cat. Jel2 7t*
TTNEXCEPTHINAL HOME FOB 2 OK 3 LITTLE
U children. 23 Glen Park aye., on* Twelfth st
between .Mission and Howard. jelO Ira* "'
I ADI WISHES A COUPLE or CHILDREN TO
J J board where they can have a good home ' 1116
Court St.. Alameda. e # 9 1 U
YyOULD LIKB CHILDREN TO BOARD-
" Pleasant yard; good home. 'Jig:< Mlsslon.2 Ini
_JJ«IJSI^^yVA NT X D.
V\ l> -*^"^"KD^FXA^O?^T<o7^
i i«,.> tte / n Auil| l on "-01" July Ito September
1. 1612 Post it. jelB 2t»
T°v RE ; N ,T~ I 'V KJ i 1!sUKI) HOtlS*,* OR • ROOMS,
IV, . or Octarla. bet. McAllister and Waller. Ad!
dress ||,un>. i,ox 85. Call Hranch Ottlce. J«l6 3t«
BOOMS W'AM'rilt
ITLDERLY ÜBBMUN WOMTx~WAN'TVrT.AK..I
J- or SI small unfurnished rooms north of Market-
Oueap rent. C. C. box 2'j, this offlea. JelB ii* '
VKKBOXATs*.
DR. A. E. BKUNE, THE WELL-KNOWN PHYsTI
clan and surgeon of Sacramento, has tai«»n an
practice in this city. Office and residence at h
Ellis at. j JelB 3t«
ALL CLAIMS AGAINST THE HULK SALINAS
must be presented within ten days from v v
date to 143 Perry st. C. J. JORGENSEN. JelBu,;«
A LARGE ASSORTMENT FRENCH ROSEH~aT-
J\- a great reduction. Bee Hire Millinery, 89 tj; •, ;; t
11^ ANT~EI)"-TO ADOPT A BABY GIRL: SUJTT-
** be under 2 years old : by a Catnoilc lady, al-
dress L. M., box 9. this office. • '
m HE UNDERSIGNED DRUG FIRMS wTll
1 guarantee one bottle of DR. COOPER'S Blood
and Liver Specific to cure you of rheumatism plm.
Dies and eruptions, constipation and biliousness;
try It. For Sale at KUPFKR ft CO.'S, 411 Van
Ness aye.: DAHLBENDER .v CO.. 214 Keimy st •
KtiPFEB'S. cor. Batter and BroUenc 3m co i
VOTICETO FARMERS-CHEAPEST tso BEST
II chicken or turkey coops, ooe-half or whole
sizes. Send Cal. Manf'g Co.. 14*6 Hall/.-., St.. S, 1. .
factory pr ces. Write. JaJJ 3t •
OEOPENINO ofjvatkl R JEST AOKA> T.I SOJ
It pine st. : lunch 40c. : nice French dinner no. .
THOUVEMN S MARION, Proprietors. jel 7 :;; <
STARTLING REVKLATIONI FREE TKSi'
FREE TEST! To all those desiring a slttlu-
PROF. J. U. LEONARD, who has Just arrived from
the East, has Just opened parlors 215 Powell street;
between O'l'airell and Geary streets, for tha rec.';..
tion of the general public, where ladies and geutte.
men can consult this gifted medium on an] kln<l of
business. When you call on Prof. Leonard, aitiio.:..i
you are a perfect stranger to him, lie will call you
by your name and tell you the object of ycur visi:
without you saying a word to him. and give you ;;..
formation on all your affairs to your eritire satisfac-
tion. I'rof. Leonard wishes it understood thn: v •
never takes money In advance, ir be don't glva y«,ii
the Information you 11 ant he won't under any ci:
cumstauces take auy money from you. Tha wont
skeptics in the world have been aston - by bi.i
wonderful powers. As an inducement, an I to snow
my sincerity 1 1 • a t 1 can do what I claim, 1 will ror
one week give sittings to gentlemen for $2 a a
ladies for $1. Bear In mlna, these prices are f<r
one week only, Hoars from 10 a. m. to 8 r. m
Sundays from 10 a. m. to 4 p.m. To those living in
the country that cannot call 00 me in person. If
they will inclose stamped addn envelope, loc:<
or balr and fees. I will by return mail give them In-
formation about their aif.iiis. All business strict y
private and conflilential. JjJLB 3t :
4 DVICE IKi..; ON ALL LEGAL MATTJBKsT
J\. specialty, marriages annulled; private, quiet:
probate, collections, lien«, damages, etc: no eh ir,-u
unless successful: practice all courts; estab. LOyri
O. W. HOWE & CO., attys-at-law. 850 Market, jt-8 tf
'<2»r; LIFE-SIZE CRAYON PORTRAITS. WITH
t^t>. frame, at WILSON'S, 22 Kearny. mv 29 lvi
ON THE INSTALLMENT PLAN— DRESS GOOD<,
\J Mtkt, sealskins and sealette cloaks; also carpets,
furniture, lace curtains, blankets and folding-beds
at M.FRIEDMAN A- Cw.'S, 228 and 230 Stoeklo-i
St. Why pay ready money when you can Ouy jnst
33 cheap by making a small cash payment down,
balance weekly or monthly? An Inspection or our
stock is respectfully solicited; orders by mall for
goods or samples promptly attended to. 2_-> and
230 Stockton and 237 Pol opeu eveni:igs. Itl
NNIE— DO NOT FORGET TO MEET Mi: AT
Mrs. A. M. Quinn's new millinery store, 1150
Market St., If you wish to get that tine bat yuu saw
there so cheap. my 2o lm
PRIVATE DETECTIVE WANTS WORK. AD-
■T dress Confidential, box 92, Call Branch. Jel2 7t*
/• KM INK SPI.CS, EYEGLASSES. 15c UP.
VJ Next to bakery, 6.i Fourth st. ; Sundays 723
Market st.. In Celebrated ladles' dry-go<nis stora;
don't forget the numbers. jell m*
I>£MOVAL-HABDINU'SCOLLE< CION OFFICE."
it Removed to BW, cor. Pine an i Montjom-ry
sts., un<ler Nevada Hank. felt tf
O YOL* KNOW WHEN YOU tiET A BARGAIN ?
Get them In millinery: notice my s;>ect..ltiej
MISS FORD'S 1332 Market st. jeS 3m
C»"l C#\ PER DOZEN FOR CABINETS. I I 1.1.
.OUlength.UODKC.H' Art Studio.lo Sirtu. 15t
ALA. CARPET SWEEPERS: BKSI MADE:'ALL
\J kinds repaired, for sale. B. FIGERS. 310 Sutt ; r.
QO 'A FOR A DOZEN CABINET PHOTO.
O«««^U graphs: 1 colored free: first-class wors
puaranteed. WILSON'S, 22 Kearny st ap'-'3 '.'.
AUFRICUTIO, WATCHMAKER. JEVVELXK
• and diamond-setter. 10' ? Stockton, my^9 :.
YOU SHOULD CONSULT INDIA'S FAR-FA MEO
-I seeress, tue Gypsy Queen. 625 Geary. my 23 3ia
rpHEODORB c. MBTZLEB, PRINCIPAL d \i
1 tective Bureau: all business strictly coniM-:>
tial. Room 40, Phelan Bull ling. S. F. uiy26 3m
CANCER SPECIALIST, G. F. REID, bO THIRD;
\J 9t03; 6 to 8; references; herbs used. my 24 3in
\|ME, FAUST AND MAMIE McMILI.IN. ARTIis
ii tic hair dressing, shampooing, manicuring and
cosmetic parlors: baJrwork dune; the art tau;M in
all Its branches; lades will receive prompt •two*
tion. 21 Powell St.. cor. Ellis, parlors 6 and 7. 2i tf
YY-' HITEWASIIING; MACHINE OR BRUSH
'• work: rooms dove frcn ?1 upward, d Spear
st. Machines for sale or to let. my 7 3m
"yiNE LINE OF FRENCH FLANNELETTES AT
" 10. : per yard; very cheap au>l fast color*.
Chicago Store. 216 Sixth St. . 21 tf
\Y r MATTHEWS. ATTORNEY. 402 MONTGOM-
'» . eryst.,room IS: advice free; strictly Conl-
dectlal aud no publicity: all courts. 21 tf
BOUGHT— SEND YOUR OLD GOLD ■•. SILVEIt
l> by mall to the old reliable house of COLKMAN,
41 Third St., S.F.; wl ! send by return mail tnccasa:
If amount not satisfactory will return gold. mr3l t:
\ LAB AHA- ST. SANITARIUM (PRIVATKi
-V . it Alabama St., S. R. telephone 6227: dl*
eases of the mind and nervous system, ezclt>
mem. depiession, nervous exhaustion, aleobollsm.
morphine habit, etc. : putienu taken In wards an I
In private rooms. Write or apply at the sviitarl-
um or at the oince or DR. JULES SIMON. 323
Geary St., S. F. a;>2l tf
CTTON-HOLES AN BUTTONS MADE, PI 3I a
i.'.g latest 6tyle. plaiting. 13 O'Farrell. soiJ.:
T^OLDING BEDS-EXAMINE OUR NO. 2\tti;
J: mirrorcJ. with lar^e plate 13x40: wal nut, "ie,
cherry and 16th century: cash price eisew&ere-Jjj.
our Instalment price reduced to $40: country or J-jr«
promptly attended to. H. FRIEDMAN « CO., 2JS
and 230 Stockton St.. 237 Post. cor. Stockton, tf
AMES' AND GENTS' CLOTH] FURNi;
j ture all kinds bought, sold. 1020 Folsom.:nr3 6;n
A STRAL - SEER: PAST. PRESENT, FUTURIj ;
■t\ horoscopes cast. Prof. Holmes. 11 Sco:t.fe3 „
V\' M ALLINGHAM, ARTESIAN WELL-HORER.
>' 150 Fifth St., NW. cor. Howard. dell ly
HIGH PRICE FOR CAST-OFK CLOTHING
send posUI. M. RAPHAEL. 503 Sixth. J.»2«tr
Y\' INDOW SHADES MANUFACTURED fcTTv"
>> tier by WILLIAM McPUUN. llk»» Market, il.i
IGHEST PRICE PAID FOR CAST-OFF CLOTH-
-LL Ing, gold Jewelry, books. KLEIN. 10J Sixth. tt
pHEAPEST AND BEST IN AMERICA — THE
\_ eizbt-, ;i WEEKLY CALL, sent to any address
in the United States or Canada one year for $1,
po.statro free. :■■ v
DKBSsai \KKIt3.
T." KEN C iTT^lLTnTslPslFEiroTb^ES^^cTTlTN^
r taagbt. MME. LORRAINE'S. 701 Larkiu.jelG 3m
107 WELL— STYLISH SUITS MAD FROM
' J-'-' I $5 up; goods and everything fuuiid irom
$15 up ana made in 24 hours; perfect fit. jell 51*
"TvRKSSMAKING— FIT GUARANTEED; SUMS
XJ $4 up; wrappers made. 215 Powell st. jell 3m'
THE MISSES CRTON. 502 MASON ST-SIVL.
; 1 Ish dressmaking; satisfaction irKiranteed.fell ly
MES. B. KKLTKU. 119 STOCKTON ST.; SI'ITS
-»1 $3 siHi»: stylishly draped; f.t i -,:,.,..|.".
I.S 1 1:01.0
M^^AljA^Ti^TTH^TiXritoioT'EirTßT^Trj^
Pi;.e to SOQlfr Turk. lelßtt
MOREAU. 73 FOURTH ST., FORTCNE-
toIIer; clairvoyant; mlndreadcr; fee Me 7i»
MRS. 11. SON TELLS PAST. FUTt RE, PKKS.
ent: ladles 50c. gents $1. IPS El;htn.my 1 1 3in
\| ME. DR. THOMAS, SCIENTIFIC RKVEAI.Eti
i'l by eggs and cards; tells entire life, past, pres-
ent, future; consultations on all affairs, nothing «x
cepted; name civen, valuable advise and iure help:
restores lust love by sympathy: mistake impossible :
diseases cured; lee $1; letter $2. 30 K.'ir . 13 ly
\I-ME. EXODIUS. CL A I V A N T~ITvS 11 3-
-i'l iimv^.l to 14 ' nrk sr.. Room 9: fe« SOr. o.' 1
Kl>li:iXU AfilSBL
A KNOWLBUUB IS POM
-V. Arrival extraordinary of the world* most fa-
mous medium. MRS, OR. F. SHEKMAN of BritiiU
fame, known as the child medium or England.
Blessed are the peacemakers.
Fur they shall be called the
children of God.
Remain not In darkness and ignorance, but seek
ye the light of knowledge and learn What the mys-
terious ruture bold* forth for you.
Like a bright meteor flashing across the dirk ened
sky. this brilliant little medium from across tbe
oceau fails lv > our midst to dNpel the heavy gloom
and hitter woe from the thousands ot blighted
hearts.
Do not allow skepticism or silly religious scruples
to staud In your w.iy.
MRS. DR. SHERMAN
Is recognized by the press, medical faculty and.
sclent generally as tue moat celebrated medium
of modern times.
Lifting the dark veil of your future I fe she rlvps
you valuable ADVICE and AID m all affairs of lire, j
o' private as well as of business nature, as. r<«r in-
stance, pertaining to Love, Matrimony. Krlei/dship,
Business. Lawsuits (Contested Wills, Divorce, Dam-
age Suit.", Claims, Collections, etc.), Journey*?!
Speculations, Option Deals. Pending Pensloa
Claims, Mining, Races, etc., etc., etc
She discovers lost or stolen property, finds buried
treasures, prevents sickness and misfortune and
reconciles those separated or estranged, thus also
restoring lost happiness to homes. 1 1 is needless to
say that she in all cases
GUARANTEES FULLEST SATISFACTION.
Her revelations are certainly wonderful and ara
acknowledged to be cf.th« highest order. Sho
advises you with a certainty by a higher thin
human power as to the proper course to be pursued
In life.
Her descriptions of your friends ana enemies are
as real as though they stood before you.
Hours, 9 a. m. to 8 p. M. strict.
N. Perfect satisfaction guaranteed by ma 1.
Send stamps for Illustrated pamphlet, with special
terms. This Is Madam**! first visit.
Jela tf MRS. DR. F. SHERMAN. 110 1 'Fan «t.
MRS. J. J. WHITNEY. CLAIRVOYANT. TEST
iU medium and llfn reader. 21S Stockton. ap23 tf
I 11:1 trOKIM CAMPAIGN <• ton-.
tpNl \i ■ : ..• .-• Mi;i:nui(K\ n.\ .,-., ShTOLS,
U lantern.*, fishhorns and campaign goods l.lu*-
trated list free. F. K. SAD LSI!. -UH sarnment». lm
FINAMJIAL.
AT KKARNY. ROOM 9, TOD CAN 8088
money at low rates: private room* lor UII m
pledges for gale; take elevator. mrl it
SAN FRANCISCO COLLATERAL LOAN BA.TST
ftW Kearny St., the only corporation that loaU
■»«»*> on aiamonds. watches: low interest. oc4i£
M rOjtXBTB-AT.IAW.
XV W. Howl- & CO.. att'ysat 1aw.850 Market. 11 tf
KA. CROTUiiKS. ATTORN EY-AT-LAWTTii"
« Clay st. . noJ tt
W W , DAVIDSON. ATTORNKY-AT-LAVr. ill
»> « California St.. Kooma 14-13; aqv.-a tea* tt.:
\< TOlis AND ItUIM>KKS.
lAMBS McCONAHF.Y. CARPENTER AND
tf builder, 122 Eddy— Jobbing, repairing attended:
store and oSice fitting a specialty. Te!op:i'e .■■i:> iv
JV.LAWRENCE.CARPKNTKB AND BOIL
• »19 bacramento st. ; cabinet work and fitting if
eOee» promptly attended; telephone tfOO. mltj.i!
WA.MKIi-.uim ; , i. , • (
V^ ANTED TO PUBCH ASE FOtTrEMoTa L?~A
»' 2-story house of about 22 feet frontage, Ii
gooa eoudltlou. Address THOS. 11. DAT, 17 (it
Hall aye. 4 pod lot
ANTKD-TO KENT A SMALL UPRIGHT PI.
' " ano; price not to exceed $°J 00 or $3 per mo. :
good usage. Address Piano, box 115, Call Brancr
Office. JelT'-'i*
YV ANTED-ONE-EIGHTH MEDIUM OR PEARL
''press. W. M. p., 310 Post It. my!7tf
AC. BROWN OF BOSTON, WHERB HE HAS
• executed many of the finest specimens of ■
needlework ever seen in this country, is located V '
717 Eddy St., where be will do all kinds of era
broidery and artistic needlework at abort uotic<>. U

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