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IVII AT MIGHT HAVE BEEN.
When the Democrats met at Chica. o It
was within their power to convert a quarter
of a Bills of unattached voters in the
Northwestern States into Democrats. This
quarter of a million of voters have been
drifting about since lc9o looking for a
chance to make an alliance which would
give them i ewer in the next administra
tion. They entertain perhaps some crude
notions, tut at the basis if all lies a de
termination to resist the encroachments of
the mtucy nower. whether in the form of
trusts or railroad combinations. This was
the idea urcn which they proposed to go
into the Presidential campaign. They were.
given no especial encouragement at Minne
apolis. Being iv favor of free trade, free
coinage cf silver and the Government own
ership of railroads there were barriers be
tween them cud the Republican camp.
Thus the Oemocratic convention found
upon meetiug this large and earnest body of
voters looking hopefully iv their direction.
This body of voters presented a candidate
for The ruination to whom they could
have ken several thousand votes in six cr
seven doubtful States. They were willing
and even anxious to become Democrats on
condition that they could obtain from that
party some recognition of their principles.
The convention turned its back on this de
voted body of voters as unmistakably as
had the Republicans. At the head of the
Cleveland forces they saw an estimable
gentleman, who had derived his ample
fortune through his connection with the
Standard Oil Company. The convention
nominated a man who has no other k .own
sympathy with their views than a common
belief in free trade. This quarter cf a
million voters hell the balance of power in
six or seven Northwestern States. As they
vote in the coming election so in ail proba
bility _ 111 go the election.
BLIND 1»E. CRATS.
Chicago furnishes a fresh illustration of
Grant's pithy epigram that the Democrats
can always be relied upon to do the wrong
thing at the right time. When the conven
tion met it had a very simple problem be
fore ll— that was to choose a man who could
beat Harrison in his own State, overcome
the -publican majority of 14,(_)0 in New
York, or offset the loss of these States by
the captare of an equivalent number of
electoral votes in States hitherto Republi
can. There were not many candidates who
filled the bill. The talk about Ohio, Mi
aois and Michigan going Democratic is the
same old report we always hear before elec
tion ; in fact, for twenty years there has
been co perceptible change in opinion on
national politics; tie Republican States
always go Repubii"au in Presidential years,
just as Virginia, Georgia .nd Tennessee go
Democratic. The only chance of effecting
wholesale political conversions is to try an
entirely new deal of the card 3. It was pos
sible for the Democracy at Chicago to effect
such a deal. They had not the skill to
do 60.
The nomination of Horace Boies of lowa
would have imparted to the coming canvass
an uncertainty which would have been seri
ous for the Republicans. Mr. Boies was a
Bepubiican during the war and became a
Democrat when he differed with his party
in its recent development of policy. He
would lave been called a mugwump if the
woid had been coined at the time he joined
the Democracy. His .personal popularity
;n his own State has always been wide, as
his character has been irreproachable and
his intellect keen. He took a leading part
iv framing the laws to regulate the lowa
railroads, and he was the most prominent
opponent of the sumptuary laws which
were so unpopular. Nominated for Gov
ernor by' the Democrats in a State which
had been a Eepublienn stronghold, he was
elected by a comfortable majority . nd was
re-elected at the end cf his term. Here
was a man whose nomination would have
imparted a new flavor to the campaign and
might have been followed by surprising
results.
Governor Boies would probably have car
ried the usual Democratic States, and he
would have had a fair show to poll the un
divided Democratic vote of New York, lie
would have been almost sure to carry his
own State, which would have rendered
Kansas, Nebraska, Michigan and Minne
sota debatable territory. In those Western
States, as they are called at the East, there
is a vast amount of loyalty to favorite sons.
Boies running as a Western man— and not
an Ohio or Indiana man— would have suited
the people of the river valleys. De would
have done quite as well as Cleveland in
New .eland and much better than Cleve
land west of the Mississippi. Little is
known, outside of his own State, of his
mental caliber; tut the country has got
along with many Presidents who were not
intellectual giants, and there is no reason
to I elieve that the Governor of lowa is be
low the average. Yet, with the exception
of the delegates from his own State,
Louisiana and Ohio, he snly received a few
scattering votes.
The inconceivable blindness of the con-
vention to its opportunity can only be ex
plained on General Grant's theory. It has
nominated a man who is believed to be
li onest, able, upright, clean and sa. acious,
but a man whom it will be difficult to elect.
Assuming that he gets all the regular Demo
cratic States, with Connecticut and New
Jersey, he can hardly by any possibility
beat Harrison in his own State, and in New
S -ik the attitude of Tammany is a serious
obstacle to he overcome. To BO impartial
observe! it looks as though Mr. Whitney
had put up his man to he knecked down,
when, if he had been the astute politician
lie Is sun osed to be, he might perhaps have
named the winner. As the boys say at the
racts, the talent appears to be left.
AMUIIEK TARIFF ILANK.
The Democrats are making some progress
in their campaign of education, ln 187G
they admitted the wisdom of a protection
that would cover the difference between
American wages and foreign wages; In 1892
they denounce protection as a fraud. The
plank adopted as a substitute for tho one
first reported, and made distinct issue be
fore the convention, says: "We declare it
a fundamental principle of the Democratic
party that the Federal Government bus no
constitutional power to impose and collect
tariff duties except for puf poses of revenue
only, and we demand that the collection of
such taxes shall be limited to the necessities
of tbe Government when honestly and
economically administered." This is a plain
and unequivocal declaration in favor of a
tariff fcr venue. It requires duties ou tea,
coffee, su.ar end ether articles we neces
sarily import, '.d a reduction of duties on
articles that we import in competition
with our own industries. It was not
supposed possible that the Democrats
would make such a blunder. In IS7O,
when the Democrats came within one elec
toral vote of sleeting their candidate, and
in . FS4. when they did elect their candidate,
their tariff plank tailed for a degree of pro
tection that would compensate American
manufacturers for the greater cost of goods
in consequence of the higher wages they
have to pay. In 1898 this measure of protec-
tion is declared a fraud. The evil genius of
the Democratic party seems to be Watter
son of Kentucky. The man seems incapa
ble of learning anything. While the more
sagacious of Democratic leaders have ad
mitted the- wisdom of protection, Watterson
persists in the obsolete notion that the
Federal Government has no constitutional
power to impose and collect tariff duties ex
cept for the purpoees of levenue. It is
nothii g io h!m (hat the power has been ex
ercised, with as occasional disastrous lapse,
since the Government wa. formed. There
is at least this to be said In favor of the
Democratic tariff plank. It boldly accepts
the issue the Republicans defined two weeks
before. -there can be no claim now
that the Democrats favor any meas
ure of protection. If .hey succeed in
the coming election and cany their
platform into execution they will probably
impose duties on the entire Republican free
list and oUy continue such duties en com
peting products as is necessary for purposes
of revenue. Tie theory of a tariff for rev
enue only is that duties should be levied on
products from which revenue can be made
the most nearly certain and be the mest
cheaply collected. When an article must be
imported it is littw more than an example
in artt! Qietic to ascertain what rate of duty
ill be required to produce a given revenue.
The proposition is relieved of the uncer
tainty that attends the imposition of duties
on competing products. Consequently the
logical result of a tariff for revenue is the
imposition of reasonably heavy duties on
such articles as we must Import—
that do not thrive iv cur climate. It is well,
perhaps, that the issue is fairly made. The
Republicans are fully prepared to meet it.
The att-Kinley tartfl is doing its work so
weil that, unless we are greatly mistaken, a
vast majority of the voter! will favor it«
continuance
HISTOST REI'EATIXG ITSELF.
If Grover Cleveland lives till next Novem
ber ho will be the only man whoever ran
three times for President. Several party
leaders have tin ice or even four times ap
pealed 10 conventions for a nomination, but
Cleveland is the only man who was ever
nominated by three conventions in succes
sion. The fact implies that be possesses
extraordinary claims on the party, or that
it is singularly short of Presidential timber.
Only two .New Yorkers in our history
have been elected to the Presidency—Fill
more and Arthur having succeeded to it
from the office of Vice-President; and be
tween these two there is a curious parallel.
The whole if the influence of the adminis
tration—and it was more potent then than it
is new— was thrown into the scale in favor of
Martin Van Buren, then Vice-President.
lie was formally nominated as the candi
date of his party eighteen months before the
election, and it was said he was going to
have a walkover. lie won in effect an easy
victory, though Webster ran against him,
and all New England rang with the cry,
soon to become threadbare, that Van
Buien was a Northern man with Southern
principles. Cleveland was by no means a
forced conclusion when the Democratic
convention met at Chicago en July 8, PSS4.
Bayard, McDonald of Indiana and Thur
man of Ohio pressed closely on his foot
step., and it was not till the second ballot
that tie Governor of New York received
the requisite twe-th lids mrjority, He was
elected over Blame by the merest fraction
of the voting constituency, the adhesion of
the mugwumps to the Democratic standard
being offset by the defection cf some of the
Tammany braves.
In 1840 Van I'uren went before the Demo
cratic convention with the handicap of the
financial convulsion of 1837, for which he
was not responsible. De might, perhaps,
have been nominated if the people nil over
the country had not felt so poor and miser
able. Put commercial disaster is always
fatal to a party in power, and General W.
11. Harris' swept the country, receiving
23- cut of the 294 electoral votes, and over
loO.OCO me] rtty of the popular vote. In
18S8 Cleveland was renominated at St. Louis
by acclamation; but a number of causes,
prominent among which was the unrec
onciled hostility of the New York politicians
and a owing confidence in General Har
rison, accomplished his defeat. Cleveland
only received ICB electoral votes to Har
rison's 233, though he had a majority of
100,470 on the popular vote, made up In the
Southern Stales.
Again, in 1844, Van Ruren presented him
self as a candidate, and the convention would
have renominated him without difficulty but
for ln's. attitude on the Texas question, which
was unsatisfactory to the South. He was
beaten by Pclk, though he would probably
have carried off the jrize but for the two.
thirds rule, and Polk drove into private life
Henry Clay. The completion of the parallel
wr.s reported in yesterday's Call. Although
his own State, under the unit rule. voted
solidly against him, Cleveland was nomi
nated on the first ballot.
There is another difference between the
two men. One of Martin Van Buren's chief
sources of strength lay in his personal
popularity. All who knew him liked him,
and he could always carry his own State.
Even when he was practically out of poli
tics and the Barnburner convention nomi
nated him against his protest In 1843. he
received more Democratic votes in New
York than the regular candidate, Lewis
Cass. Grover Cleveland has few friends
apparently, holding that a public man
should rely upon his principles and not bis
popularity for success. He would not nego
tiate or treat with Hill or Tammany, though
it was in his power to heal the breach in the
party by conciliation.
I'Ori'LAK CANDIDATES.
The assertion is often made that Harrison
is not a popular candidate. The mention
of his name docs not always elicit a shout.
The same may be paid with even more em
phasis of Cleveland. IDs nomination at a
late hour Wednesday night did not disturb
the slumber of either Democrats or Repub
licans. But if Harrison Is not in a certain
sense of tbe word "popular," the sober
judgment of the people goes with htm.
Democrats admit that be has given the
country not only a safe, but an exception
ally creditable administration. They can
point to no mistakes except such as tbey
conceive to be errors of policy. A free
trade man naturally does not give his full
confidence to a stalwart advocate of protec
tion. A story is told of Harrison which, if
true, Illustrates his strong sense of duty.
He was asked by the wife of very promi
nent Republican politician to do for her or
her family a favor which was in his power,
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but which would have involved a wanton
exercise of power. He declined to grant
tbo lady's request. The lady is then repre
sented as so lit forgetting her dignity that
she threatened the President with a Repub
lican combination which would deprive him
of a second term. "Madam,", this unpopu
lar President replied, "no combination of
Republicans can prevent me from doing
what I conceive to be my duty during a
single term." Popularity is sometimes
gained by subordinating a high sense of
duty to the demands of personal friends.
Piesideut Harrison has not sought and does
not possess popularity at such cost.
. LEVI I.A . I> AM) STEVENSON.
The Democratic convention somewhat
unexpectedly nominated Stevenson of Illi
i oh in place of Gray of Indiana, who had
been slated for the place. Probably the
relative meiits of the two men had less to
do with the change than the apparent
chance of gaining a State by the Vice-
Presidential nomination. Senator Palmer
is on the record as predicting that Illinois
would choose Democratic electors, and it
may be that lie wanted "a Vice-President
from that State to help him tut. Gray of
Indiana has been kid of for some years
as a Presidential possibility. Now that lie
has tried fir secoud piace and been de
feated less will be heard about him in the
future. To Republicans who recall the old
time majorities of Illinois the Democratic
hope of carrying that State seems very slen
der. But at the State election in il9 > Wil
son, for State Treasurer, had a majority
over his Bepubiican opponent The vote
stood 331.837 for Wilson to 821,900 for
Ambers, lv a Presidential year, however,
the Republicans are expected to do better.
Another difliculty has arisen iv Wyoming
through trouble between the authorities of
Sheridan County and the military power.
Certain cavalrymen, who made an attack
upon the town of Suggs and killed a citizen,
have been requisitioned for trial, and the
general in charge doe', not think the lives of
soldiers safe there under any conditions of
civil procedure. Evidently the degree of
exacerbation in Wyoming is such that no
man respects another .save along the line of
a shotgun. It take a long lime to heal
these differences between rustlers and ranch
men as to the Dr. duct of pastures unfenced
and the value of stock nnbranded.
Tho anarchist .vac hoi has been con
demned to death for the vulgar crime of
murder dissociated from the assump
tively superior crime of war upon the state.
This criminal's principles have been estab
lished in their true light. lie is only a brute
let loose to war upon society, and to take
advantr.ee of whims of popular feeling to
paint himself in patriotic guise ben_ fieiently
modeled to reform society. President
Carnot will no doubt be wise enough not to
save this man from the guillotine some
morning at daybreak. The wretch is emi
nent uiiriig. to deserve th* attention of as
liotou? a crowd as usually assembles in front
of the Place Requeue at sunrise and possi
bly the demonstration may cool the dyna
mitic ardor of vast numbers of queer gentry
who are ward.
A circular .is been issued by the Traffic
Association of California Indorsing the
establishment of competing clipper and
steamship lines between New York and
San Francisco, and recommending support
and cc-operatiou as against the old estab
lished lines. It is simply a question of busi
ness. The old lines have deserted from
their allegianco to local interests and have,
as it were, created insurrection in the
minds of business men. Trust is destroyed
in this friendship of the past and new enter
prises deserve to be encouraged. Only hy
competition can the ancient oppressors of
this coast's bard-won advantages be brought
to terms. The thing that every business
man should insist upon is competition along
every outlet and route of transportation.
Record-breaking is a favorite pastime of
speculation with the newspaper editor. A
judge in Tennessee has probably carried off
the palm of distinction in disi using of
divorce cases. There seems to have been a
pretty thick crop of them in his neighbor
hood, and lie weeded the .round most in
dustriously by disposing of 111 eases in two
hours and 30 minutes. Upon which he no
doubt retired and at, a good dinner, un
ruffled by the solemnities of life disturbed.
PEOPLE TALKED ABOUT.
Governor Frauds of Missouri is a stick
ler for "the swallow-tail" coat at his recep
tions.
E. 1.. Lswsnn of the London Telegraph
has bought the Baron Hush residence iv
Berkley square.
Senator Kvle of South Dakota is a giant
physically ami the most robust of all the
Alliance member?.
Mts. P. T. Baraum, widow of the show
man, is annoyed by a Bridgeport crank,
who thinks that she wants t_ marry him.
Judge Albion W. Tourgee is haunted with
fears of a distant rising of the colored popu
lation and of scenes of terrible massacre.
Vice-President Morton Is reported to be a
ii at. of many eh i r tt as, who in _ quiet way
gives lens of thousands of dollars to the
poor.
Henry W. Sega ami S. D. Halliday have
been re-elected trustees of Cornell Univer
sity. George Turner of Auburn was elected
alumni trustee.
When Senator Eppa liunton of Virginia
was in the Confederate service be rose from
the ranks to a major-generalship in four
Bbort years of brilliant work.
The fortuue of the late Jules Lebandy,
the great sugar-refiner nnd speculator of
Pans, is estimated at 300,000.000 francs,
probably the largest fortune in France.
The dean of the French army is Genera]
Monglu-Secreuix, who whs bom at Nancy,
March 12, 179& The next in succession is
Count d'Anthouard-Vraincourt, burn De
cember SB, 17%.
Harvard's new committee on the regula
tion of athletic snorts is as follows: Three
members el ibe faculty, James Barr Ames.
A.M.. LL.B., George Alonzo Bartlett, Wil
liam Morris Davis, M.E. Two graduates,
Maurice Howe Richardson, ill), William
Hooper, A.B.
INDEPENDENCE DAY.
Uie Ii .|> .r -tious for a Grand Celebra
tion on tiie Fourth of .Inly.
Preparations lor the celebration of the
nation's holiday ere progressing, and the
various committees appointed are doing
much work in order that the festivities of
1892 will not only equal but surpass all at
tempts made in that direction in former
years.
The regatta committee, under William
Proll and Fred (.'aliunde., is doing ex
cellently, and last night they reported that
every boat club in the city will have its
crack crew on the bay on the Fourth to
compete for tbe prizes which will be given
to the winners in the regatta.
The I'm Gas Company has sent a com
munication, which announces that nine en
tries have been made so far for the six-mile
race for naphtha and steam launches.
The decoration committee announces that
it will need |300 for the purpose of putting
Metropolitan Temple and the general com
mittee's headquarters into a presentable
shape. The parade committee is enthusi
astic over its success. General McComb,
the chairman, states that Grand .Marshal
Decker will lead a procession which will be
a credit to San Francisco.
Grand Marshal Decker has received up to
date acceptances from the following gentle
men, who will act as his aids: T. C. Butler
worth, J. J. Conlln, J. P. Dockery, Robert
R. Russ. E. J. Behre, John G. Carr. John
G. Clark, 11. do Clairmont, Frederick Busb,
Dr. 11. A. Gale, W. C. McOorge, W. G.
Brown and M. Johnson.
The literary exercises in the Metropoli
tan Temple will have as n grand feature a
monster chorus, which will sing the hymn
•'America." The singers are of the lie-
Kenzie Musical Society and will be directed
by J. W. McKenzie. 1. .-,
Brigadier-General Thomas 11. Buger has
notified the Fourth of July Committee that
all the available troops at San Francisco
will take part in the parade on the Fourth
of July in this city.
The troops to parade will consist of one
troop of cavalry and the band, three foot
batteiies and two light batteries of the Filth
Artillery from the Presidio, ono foot bat
tery of the Fifth Artillery from Alcatraz
Island, band and five companies of the First
Icfautry from Angel Island.
l'u. .. (I _ Worthless Bill.
Mrs. Jane Spenser, who lives on Harri
son street, near Garden, was arrested on a
warrant by Policeman F. C. McMahon and
booked at the Southern station for obtain
ing goods under false pretenses yesterday
afternoon. •
Mis. Margaret Gough, the complainant,
asserts that a week ago Mrs. Spenser entered
her store on Harrison street and made sev
eral purchases and then gave her a Con
federate _. ) note in payment. Mr . Spenser
refused to redeem the worthless bill and she
caused her arrest. The woman denies the
story and says she is guiltless of any crime.
A 11 1 mil .initio r Caught.
* .Michael Curran entered the gtocery-store
kept by John O'Malley on Everett street,
near. Third, where he made several small
purchases yesterday afternoon. In pay
ment he tendered thegroceryman an ancient
Confederate note of the $10 denomination
and received the change due him, after
which he disappeared. O'Malley was not
long in discovering the fraud and reported
the matter to Policemen Wilson -and Tuit. ,
who later found Curran in a Third-street
saloon spending bis ill-gotten gains. When
the officers attempted to arrest him he made
a desperate resistance and was booked at
the Southern station on two charges—ob
taining money and goods under false pre
tenses and battery.
Curran is thought to be the man who has
victimized a number of storekeepers south
of Market street within the past few months
in the same way and his record will be
thoroughly iuvestiented by the police.
CAPITAL AND LABOR.
c. Ny Troubles -till Hie Subject of
Inquiry.
At the resumption of the labor inves liga
tion yesterday afternoon Fritz Wolber was
again called to the stand. No interpreter
was present and Commissioner Walts him
self endeavored to help the witness out,
but with little success. Ho was finally ex
cused.
Then McGiynn stated that he intended,
to prove by him tbat Wolber was deprived
of his overtime when working without
union ruies. Wolber was understood to
say that lie waa discharged for being too
strict about getting his overtime.
Henry Wreden, tho proprietor of the
Washington Brewery, was excused as phy
sically incapable, as he had undergone a
stroke of apoplexy and had lost his memory.
McGiynn »aid ho intended to prove hy
Wreden facts that precluded the possibility
of the alleged bribery of the labor leaders;
also that the statement that Rohrbacher
and .nun had not accounted for over
£15,000 had been put into the witnesses'
uioullis by tho brewers themselves. "We
shall prove It, too, before we get through,"
said iicGlynu. "that is, unless all the wit
nesses are stricken with apoplexy."
Here Alfred Fuhrman rose to his feet and
addressing the commission »aid: "We have
now reached a point In this inquiry when
we can prove that the employers did not tell
the truth when they said that they did not
know what had beeu done with that money.
We will—"
'".Mr. Commissioner, that man is out of
order," shouted Secretary Molir of the
Brewers' Protective Association. "I ask—"
Fuhiman continued, not heeding the in
terruption. "We will show that the ex
committee of the Brewers' Association
knew when—"
The commissioner at this juncture
rapped Fuhrman to order nnd the latter
subsided.
Secretary Mohr was next examined and
explained that lingan drew ail the money
he asked for without question.
McGiynn tried to elicit from tho witness
that he knew that the breweries bad bribed
the labor leaders. His style of questioning
led to many passaa es-at-arhisb. tween Will
iams and himself. The Co minis.- tou er had
several times to rule against McGlynu's
style of examination, asking him to confine
his questions to facts that had occurred and
not to surmises as to what might baj pen.
The witness went on to state that Ha.
drew $4-00 ia two checks "to settle .1 boy
cott." lie had never beard any talk at the
Brewers' Association of any of the labor
leaders having been bribed or seen. -No
money to his knowledge hart been paid to
Mr. Wall of the Sacramento Brewery or to
the Columbia Brewery to fight the union.
11. F. Fortman admitted that the United
States Brewery had refused to discharge a
non-union man. He considered that the
Federated Trades had broken the old
Wieiand contract as 10 the exclusive em
ployment of union men. Asked as to tin
alleged bribery of labor leaden by Rohr
bacher ami Began, he said: "Robrbacher
said that your terms were too high, but he
thought the brewers* object would eventu
ally be attained."
McGiynn asked the witness .gain if the
brewers' association had not written to
Wall of Sacramento to Induce him not to
send any beer down to San Francisco.
The Commissioner ruled this question out
of order as having been answered before,
whereupon McGiynn fairly bis tem
pet and, ejaculating "iat«." jumped to his
feet, seized his overcoat, hat aud stick aud
left the room.
Pnhrman called him to come back without
result, and then the Commissioner appointed
Fuhrman a committee of one to try and in
duce McGiynn to return. McGiynn relumed,
and argued that he was entitled to bring out
evidence .0 contradict the impression that
the labor leaders hud been bribed, and
asked how i;.- ci i.ii do so if he were only
permitted to ask about what has been actually
accomplished, and not what had been at
tempted to be done. 11 . then asked the
Commissioner to order that aeopy of the
testimony taken In Judge Sanderson's court
in the case of the Brewers' Protective Asso.'
elation against Hag an and tilers be fur
nished, and it was so ordered.
After this ex-Labor Commissioner J. J.
Tobin was sworn, and stated that he had
received visits from the Brewers' Protective
Association and others. lie refused to say
whether he had heard anything about
bribery, as what been told him of the brew
ers' proceedings was told him as a matter
of honor that nothing was to be disclosed.
He considered that the settlement which
had been coma to between the parties rut
an end to the business. He said be thought
that tho evidence before Judge Sanderson
would give tbe Commissioner ami all par
ties all ibe information they required.
The evidence of David Bucking and
George Windier, coopers, showed that they
had refused to make kegs and tubs for the
Co-operative Brewery, because they did not
wish to lose the custom of th" other brew
eries. They understood from outside
rumors that the other breweries would not
patronize them if they worked for tiie Co
operative Brewery.
On cross-examination by Williams they
admitted that they knew that they were
at liberty to do the work of that hiewery
now, without danger of any loss of business.
Adam Holly gave testimony as to his dis
charge from his employment owing to being
a union man. He was now attributing
boycott circular*, although be did not ex
actly* understand what a "boyro t" ' m-ant.
The next witness called was Alfred Fuhr
man. lie commenced by giving a history
of the organization of the United Brewery
Workmen's Association. lie explained the
working of the blacklists. Ha maintained
that the brewery workmen were fir better
oil since tie union had been established
than before. As prooi thereof nearly 70 per
cent of them were now married, whereas
formerly only about IS per cent tell able to
support a family. He reviewed their etf.it
to avoid ft war with the Brewers' Protec
tive elation, and continue! a very com
prehensive relation of the his ory until after
.o'clock, when an adjournment was taken
until 1 o'clock to-day.
The .J panes. fjit ion.
Denis Kearney addressed an audience last
night at Union and Lnguna streets on Ihe
Japanese question. He drew a picture of
tbe evils of Japanese immigration, called
upon those present to use their power to
prevent the coming of countless numbers of
these people, and declared that the time
would come when Congress would have to
puss another exclusion bill.
Held for the A urn. .11 .tinnier.
John Gomez, who fatally stabbed Gtto
Anderson during a quarrel on the bark
Allen some time ago, has b>en committed
for trial on a charge of murder. Judge
Love, who held Gomez for trial, refused to
set bail in tie case.
"Kbitiko" reads character trom handwriting.
Write In Ink, on unruled paper, in ai undis
guised baud. State sex. Send win . . ) cent*,
■lamps or postal note, to " Krtllko," 1 09 Mer
chant street, San Francisco. •
Dogs and Vehicles.
License Collector Lee reminds those who
are interest, d and affected that this is Ul
time hen license must be . aid for do_»
and vehicle?.
i ■
"Why, I reel as strong as a giant," said a cheer
ful little man the other day. JJ My favorite Spring
medicine. Hood's Sarsaparilla, hits put me In good
condition again."
"Mrg. .VI .slow** Sootliiii:- Srrun"
lies leen used over filty years by millions of moth
ers f< r tbelr children while teething, with perfect
fticress. It soothes the child, soft«ni the gums,
allays pain, cares wind colic, regulates the bowels
and is the I __ remedy for diarrhea whether arising
from teething or other causes. For tale by dm.-
gists li. every part of the world, lie sure and al
for Mrs. Wlnslow's toothing Syrup. Twenty live
(Hits ,-! bottle.
As A C. r._ r.u Soil TIIKi.IT AMI C. in. IIS.
" Srown'i Bronchial Troches " have boon thoroughly
tested, ami maintain a -rood reputation.
. , —
I_T- aii i.. ■■ toes. mvain's 213 Sutter street.
'_!-!-_:• > OT or M_ -TIMla,
'SPSS* Verba Itti.iia I.o<t:^ of IVrTop- .jm.
m**r tl.>n No. o— Regular meeting this iff
(FRIDAY) EVEN INC. .June '-4, at o'clock. A
Da. UEO. J. HObE, L-_IV_
_* _j ; Secretary. "-EL-.
*P§", <lold«*m Gate Encampment No. *_c
**-& 1, l.d.d. V., holds it, regular session *X
THIS EVENING at _ c'cioek. All Patriarchs /jS
are Invited to bo present.
It H. C. (.1 (iRi;;-. Scribe.
f£-s_*" Th. Snn Francisco Scottish v «-■> _.
***&' Thistle Club-Quarterly entertain- 3\. Q J/}
Hunt and soolal will take place at the "-*!_▼ v*
new rlubrnonis, cor. New Montgomery V^"*
and Minna sta.. Kill. EVENING, Juno 24, 18. a.
A good programme and a good time assured to all
who may ati ml. .Souvenir programmes of games
wlll be distributed. Admission, payable at door
25 ceuts. DONALD Mi Kay, Koval Chief.
_<■_<■_ W. I'atkbhon. Kecorder. jel'i 1,1 21
a\yW" % ,J " l "'' Cork Bono. Olenl Association
m*af. -'1 he members of the picnic committee are
requested to attend a meeting to bs held on .lII-
DAY NIGHT, 24th Inst., at Academy Hall, ou Mis-
sion St.. to further arrangements tor the coming
sixth annual picnic, to be held oii SUNDAY. Au-*
gust 7. at California Helmet, en Par., San Rafael
uy order. M. COLLINS. Pre '
: I. I»k.i - v, Rec. Sec. ie'.»2 It
MKETINTf. NOTICE.— CONTINUED. .
It-S=" General Meatlquart .r., Mate of . al-
Ur^jy Hernia, Adjutant- Offlce, Sacra-
mento, June 15, 18.2.
Special Orders No. 10.
Lieutenant-Colonel HYMAN P. BUSH, lst Infan-
try, Is hereby directed to preside at an election for
lieutenant-commander, Naval Battalion, N. G. C,
vice ( Tl ANH-ER, resigned. He will notify the offi-
cer elected to appear before the Examining Board
of the Naval Battalion for examination, the exami-
nation to be according to the rules 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. I
By order of the commander-in-chief.
C. C. ALLEN, Adjutant General.
By virtue of the authority conferred upon me by
Special Orders No. 10. U.S.. from geueral head-
quarters, the elected commissioned officers of the
Naval battalion. N. G. C, are hereby ordered to as-
semble In full uniform at the armory of Company
D, Naval Battalion, 1615 Pacific street, San Iran-
cisco, Cal.. TUESDAY, June 28. 1892. at 8 o'clock
-._., for the electiou of lieutenant-commander.
11. F. BUSH.
Lieutenant-Colonel, First lufantry. N. G. ('., presl d-
ing officer. Jel7 lot
efc^S 3 . Annual Meeting— Ke*rular An-
__»*? nui i meeting of the stockholders of the
Union Consolidated Mining Company will be held
at the office of th- company, room 11, 303 Califor-
nia St.. San Francisco. Cat., on MONDAY, tbe )Bth
day or July, 1892. at the hour of one (1) o'clock
i. m., for the purpose or electing a board of direct-
ors to serve for the ensuing year ana the transac-
tion ot such other business as may come Defer, the
meeting. Transrer book* will ciose ou Friday, July
15, 18-2, at -o'clock p. if.
* A. xx. BARROW. . Secretary.
Office-Room 11,303 California St., San Francisco,
Cat jo.l til
SPECIAL MURES.
WyZJ" Corns! Corns! Wart Warts! Itun-
m~sr ions ! moles and callous fiesh are permanently
removed without pair, by Dr. Lamotte's French
Corn Paint and Dr. Lamotte's French Bunion Plas-
ters; 25 cents; sold by all druggists and shoestores.
Depot 1019 Market st. S. V. Je24 8c
8_55» John I. I.y in.. Notary Public ami
m~*r Commissioner of Deeds, office 607 Moutgo m-
ery; telephone 6439: residence 2202 Stelner.je. tt
ffVyS* Books bought Bad sold. King Bros.,
I^~* f 3 Fourth St.. near Market. inr_7 tf
ffV^jS* Bart Tenants Eject, . d for *4. Coll ec-
xtT-sf tions made, city or country, l'acitlc Collec-
tion Co.. 415 Montgomery . R. 0; Tel. 6580. de' 23 tt
»-jS» French Laiiy Positively Cures llhen-
ar-*' matlsm and all pain. Sift Geary at. je22 3ni
jKgr» Do Tear feet Trouble ton* If So
»-J*^ the best chiropodist Is st 323 Kearny. je!9 Sm
*r~S* Kits, Epilepsy Idiopathic and Sym-
•*-" pathlc form), positively cured, no matter
how serious the case, by Dr. Uenee remedies, at the
Paris Pharmacy. 304 Fourth st my 23 cod tf
ttyS* Private home In eon fliiemi-iit. Mrs.
L**^ Flnnerty. 410 Clementina s th and ath. 3m
Jf^jgr" All Female Irregularities stored
I*-*' at once by our celebrated treatment isaf.; and
guaranteed at any period: can be used at home:
pills, $1. Dr. and Mrs. M. . traisman, 01 . Post st. tt
s_~-j5 * Mrs. Dr. I.uph -one Is a Keilable
&-* and confidential .specialist; consult ncr ou all
female irregularities: private home. 625 Geary. -in
a*_%-* A Blesains to I... riles— Instant ':--
KhJOf lief for monthly Irregularities (from what-
ever cause); patleuts who bave been imposed upua
cr nnsuccesslnliy treated by others especially In-
vited: board and skillful attention during eo;,tl_»-
nieat; advice free. bits MRS. HAVEN. SMS Peat st
ft-S* Safe, Sine and Speedy K. 11. for
•>-*' all monthly lrregu amies, from any cause,
wit: ii the use of tiistrumeuts. Board, with all
the comforts aud privacy of home during confine-
ment. Inrants adopted If desired. Treatment
cuaranteed or no Charge. Advice free. DR. and
MRS. BEALE, 4 04 (ioldeu Oats avenue. jog 2m
fr"]g* x,. 11. s-.|, y m .11. Klectrlc l-hy*lcl in.
Dr-*? treatments I. 3iB Kearny St.. parlor 8. jl In
R*-7"y All Monthly Periods and Other Con-
o>-& dit'ous restored st one by medical electric
treatment: safe and palnloss; (fuaranleed never to
rail. MRS. DR. M. BTBASSMAN. 9i6lostl 6tf
HE*-??* Attention French Female Pills Sur-
*»>AV pass anything ot the kind as a female remedy;
always relied upon for monthly Irregularities, 00-
-structions, constipation, etc ladles who are en-
-1 U-i.te should not use them to guard against a mis-
csrria_e; price $1. Address MRS. M. DAVIES,
1230 Market st. Murphy buiidlug. room 53. mrfl
rj^a?* Cancer Cured by New .Method; No
37 operation. DR. F. F. OLMSTEAD. -21 Eddy.
ff_3jr* Private tfome Cnnflnrment; Reason-
SF-y able. MRS. PFEIFER. 2030 _ -om. ap2_3iu
■":.,- Monthly IV i-lod. Keatored; No Med-
lo*Av lcine. no pain: It not satisfactory money re-
funded. MRS. scuol specialist in midwifery
and ladies' complaints. 2120 Howard St. mrlH Oin
BJ^a-r** Female Diseases Successfully Treated
le-jy MHS. DR. DNKE.I4IC Eighth Alameda. 13tf
R^Sr* Private ii nine In Confinement— GUl
______ °1 *__"■ Mrs. M. E. Rod « ers.Mldvvlfe.aplOOm
£^35= Caution In Ladies— On N'-t He lm-
Br*-*? posed upon by quacks who copy parts of tns
» dverti't ct Dr. and Sirs. Raven, and are pra-
tumably i.mi L?uora nt to writ- their own; $100 will
be paid for any case of female irregularities they cau-
-1 otcure, offlce. 228 Post st. S. f.;S_.i_ to B p. ii.
K5" pr. C. C. O'Uounell-OOlcn ami Rei.
***** Nw.eor. Washington aud Kearny sts. my -
tt^S" Watches and .levv-lrv l.'iepafred. IV.
xJ>-& r. SLMMERHAYES. 4 Slxthst. fe2o o*n
DIVIDEND NOTICES.
Jf-S=" Th« Ca'tfoinia Savins;* and Loin
»-*»' Society, cor. of Powri, ami Eddy sts.— For
the half year ending June 30. ISW, a dividend has
been declared at th- rate el five and rour-tentbs
'5 4-10) per cent pet 11 inn on term deposits, and
tour end one-half (4 ..) per cent per annum on or-
dinary deposits, pajable on and after Friday, July
1, IS. 2.
Je24 lm VERNON CAMPBELL. Secretary.
»_«■ Dividend n.i, — People's Homo
***:*? Savings Bank, SOS Market st. Flood build-
ing. San Francisco— The board of directors of this
bun have declared a dividend for tbe term ending
June 30, ISM, at a rate of five and one-fifth per
rent (5 1-5) per annum on term deposits, and tone
and one-third per cent (4'^) I annnm on ordinary
deposits, free from taxes aud payable on aud after
July 1. 1. . >.
Je24 St J. E. I- MINI M, Secretary.
fK-S 3 Dividend Notice— Saviors and Loan
tJt^Ar Society, 101 Montgomery at . cor. of Sutter.
The board of directors ilec:ared a dividend tot the
term ending -''vie 30, IS. 2, at the rate of five and
ooe-flftb (5 1-5 per cent per annum ou term de-
posts end four and one-third (4*-*.) per cent per
annum on ordinary deposits, free of taxes, and pay-
able on and alter JuU 1. 1892.
jc22 141 CYRUS W. CARMANY, Cashier.
tt^S* Dividend Nitloe-*- Dividend tii . ;p-
B^-*^ (50 cents per sh-.re) of the Oceanlo Steam-
ship Company win be psyabie at the office or the
compauy. 327 Market st.on and after FRIDAY,
July 1.18-2. Transfer-books will clo-o on Monday,
Juue 24, 1892, at 3 o'clock t* . m.
Je23 101 E . I! SHELDON. Secretary.
fC^S» Dividend lie. — San Praneisco
*~-*' Savings Union, 532 California st.cor. Webb:
branch 1700 Market st . eer. PoU. For the hair
year ending Jnne 30. 1892, a dividend has been
declared at the rale of five and one-fifth (5 1-5) per
cent per annum oif term deposits and four and one-
third (4Vs) per cent per annum on ordinary da
posits, tree of taxes: parable on ami after Friday,
July 1. -.2. Hi ill LOVKLL WHITE. Cashier.
Bill ATRKNS- -'i-_U ALE.
lADIKS-FOR A Hi(s| SERVANT
Xj leave your order with J. F. CROSETT 4 ii.
312 Sutter .st. 1 •
T ADIES MRS FENTON HAS RESUMED BUS
J_l taaaeat 121 O'Farreli St.. where you will find
help of all national ties, •
U'OMAN WANTS WORK BY THE DAY. 333
Tehama st jo2l St*
V OUNO WOMAN WISHES SITUATION i.v DAY
1 or week washing, Ironing or bousecleanlng; is
good cook. 885 Mission st. je24 ;tt«
MIDDLE-AGED AMERICAN WIDOW— WORK-
Dig housekeeper or any position of trust MRS.
M. CONNELLY. 33 Hinckley. Je24 3t«
DANISH GIRL WISHES M TUAT lON A S~ C HAM-
barmaid or do general housework. Call 420
Brannan st. j, .-_> 1 31*
MOTHER AND DAUGHTER WISH PLACE IN
house, country: coining, chsmberwork, etc
Address M. P.. box 96 Call Branch Dihce. 24 3C»
GOOD DRESSMAKER WISHES FEW MORE
IJT engagements iv private families. Call or ad-
dress 701 Sutter st j. 24 3t*
V oi KG WOMAN WISHES PLACE TO DO UP-
-1 ilea work or to take care of children: by the
day or week; no objection to the country 'or a
while. MRS. PARQI 1: 901 Folsom. Je24 '21*
YOUNG GIRL WISHES SITUATION TO DO
X general housework. Call at 140? Scott. 24 at*
It. OMA. WISHES PLACE; LIGHT HOUS&
»■ work; understands Jewish or American cook-
ing: no (ton short distance country: no
postals answered. 2: 0 Ash aye., bet. Van Ness aye.
and Franklin, Fulton and McAllister sts. je2l 2t*
VI OMAN WANTS SITUATION TO DoTIOUSE-
'' work. Call or address 48 Tehama at i"--'4 2t»
Y<»UNG WOMAN WANTS POSITION ; IS OOOD
J cook and laundress: nationality Scotch or
eouscwork; references. Call 123 Tenth stje24 tt*
YOUNG WOMAN WOULD LIKE WORK HY
1 the day or take rare of a woman during confine-
ment. Apply 1058 Howard st. je24 2t*
COMPETENT WOMAN WAN SITUATION TO
do general housework: city or country: no
postals. Call 13 Everett, off Third. •
STRONG Yul no WOMAN WANTS TO HO OUT
by the day do housework. Call 1148 Market. *
pOOK-GERMAN WOMAN. GOOD COOK AND
V. ' laundress, wishes asituatlon, city or country. 10
Anthony St., bet. First and Second, off Mission. *
V OUNO GIRL WISHES SITUATION FOR
I light housework: willing and obliging. Address
Girl, box 100. (all Branch office. •
MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN, COMPETENT. GOOD
reierence; understands cooking; wait on slcit
lady, small family, city or country; fine reference;
place more thai salary. 1807 Mission. •
SITUATION BY ELDERLY WIDOW; COOKING,
washing, house and window cleaning: capable,
temperate and healthy; a home tho chief object
1138 Howard st, room 14. »
\\: OMAN WANTS WORK BY DAY; WASHING
»* and cleaning. 427 Stevenson, rear. *
IV OMAN WOULD IKE A PLACE FOR HOUSE-
»' work. Call lv rearol 523 seventh st * .
p IKL WISHES SITUATION CO DO GENERAL
lj housework in San Rafael. Call or address 1317
Folsom st •
"YOUNG GIRL. 17, LATELY FROM GERMANY,
A wishes work in German family de light house.
work. 3015 Buchanan, bet. Union and F__.rt.-3 3*
tIfANTED-BY COMPETENT WIDOW, POSD
XV tlon as housekeeper or car . children: can teach
music; good home more an object than wages. Ad-
dress G. P.. box 153, Oall Branch. je23 3t*
\\ ' SITUATION BY A MIDDLE- AGED
XX woman, housework, la a small family. Call
432 Brannan st. je'23 Bt*
YOUNG GERMAN GIRL WANTS PLACE FOR
X upstairs service or general houseworx ln small
family ease call 413 Hayes st. . je'23 gt*
AN EXPERIENCED AND STYLISH DRESS-
maker wishes a few more situations In private
families; fitting the form a specialty. 1894 Mis-
slou st. je22 st«
I ADY WISHES POSITION AS GOVERNESS
J J In a famliy: teaches music. French, etc; good
references. Address l. S., Pen Paving Co.,
• Phelan block, office UO. Je22 It*
SITUATION -WANTED BY GIRL 16 YEARS
_J old, recently from Germany, to do light house-
work or take care of children. Call or address 315
Bryant st. bet. llrst and Second. je22 3t*
YOUNG GERMAN GIRL WISHES SITUATION
I fcr .upstairs wort and sewing. Apply 1930
Stevenson st.. near Twenty-first je_2 tt*
1 COMPETENT GIRL WISHES SITUATION IN
VxJ American family to do general housework.
Apply a .i'j Broadway. ie2_ 3 1 •
EX iE R I F. NCED. ACTIVE WOMAN DBS I RES
a situation In hotel, ehamberwork or general
woik about bouse. Call or address Eastern Hotel,
135 Pine St. , je22 3t*
COOK WANTS SITUATION. CITY OR COU?.
try. Please oall 225 I'e.rry, secoud floor. 22 3t* 1
ATTONS-CONTINUICD.
VOUNO GIKL W^A-^-Sf-TITUATION TO TAKE
1 care of baby and assist; wages SIO. Call at 314
Tenth St. >- je22 3t*
lV AN TED-BY YOUNG GIRL WHO HAS JUST
»* graduated from grammar school position as
saleslady in store; salary no object. Address S.,
box 1-0, Call Branch Office. je23 3t*
p ESPECTABLE YOUNG LADY WISHES POSI-
-I t 1 tlon as cashier ln restaurant or any other kind
ofstorework: references. Address MISS L. F. A.,
227 Langton st. je22 3t«
RESPECTABLE WOMAN WISHES TO DO
housecleanlng by the day. 115 '/a Twenty-sixth
St.. near Mission. Je'2'2 3t*
SITUATIONS— MALE.
SITCATION 111 TIMIvFLA-PO-Ti. KkF-WELL
tools; 10 years' experience; would take Job
without tools or can furnish tools and put ln well.-.
Address Driller, box 25. this office. fai . 7t*
GOOD SECOND-HAND RAKER WANTS PLACE,
city or couutry; steady place. 52- >. Sixth
street. je24 3t«
COOK WANTS POSITION ON BOARD
V- steamer; 12 years' experience In United States
Navy ; good reference. Address H. 15., box 19. this
office. je24 at*
MAN AND WIFE IN PRIVATE FAMILY ; CITY
I'l or country: man care horses, wife do cooking.
Address Work, box 141, Call Branch Office.je.4 . t»
V"EAT YOUNO MAN WISHES PLACE EN STORE
-^s or restaurant as porter, or will tend lunch-
counter, bar or wait on table ln small place. E.
FARQUHAR. 901 Folsom St. *__
/>ATAHI.E MAN WANTS POSITION AS IN-
VJ val d's nurse. Address R. T. W., 60S O'Farreli.*
/ XA R ER. GOOD STEADY MAN, WANTS A
VJ situition; city or country. Please address G.
IL. box 19. this offlce. Je2 3 3t*
IARHEN IK- -PROFESSIONAL MIDDLE-AOED
VJ German wants situation Ofl private place; can
milk and is willing to do chores. Address Cb. It.,
box 8, this cilice. " je'23 31*
('tilt COOK IN SMALL HOI OR PRIVATE
V I family, or to travel with party. Address S. S.,
box 153, Call Branch Office. je23 3t»
I.EDMAKER — SITUATION WANTED BY A
II good bedmaker. Address GEORGE WALTER.
box 45. this oitice. je23 3t*
COSIPETENT MAN WANTS SITUATION AS
gardener; well qualified to fill any position; ls
steady and reliable. Please call or address 1313
Stockton st je23 3t*
I^NGINEER-SITUATION WANTED BY A COM-
X.j petent man to run an engine; has had 13 years*
experience; can do all repiirs and ls not afraid of
work. Address C. C. box 98, Call Branch, je'23 7 1*
AN CAPABLE OF HANDLING TOOLS WANTS
a job; no objection to country. Address Job,
box 131, Call Branch Office. Je'22 71*
# 'ROCERY CLERK DESIRES SITUATION;
' 1 will work ln wholesale house or temperance
erocery; references. Address li. F. C. 414 Brannan
street. je2l 7t*
GOOD WAGON-MAKER AND CARPENTER
J wants a situation : city or country. Call or ad-
dress Central House. -171 Marketst. je22 3t*
"yOUNG DANE, WHO HAS BEEN ABOUT ONE
J- rear in this country, wants a situation in a pri-
vate ramlly; no objection to go in tne country.
Address A.- S„ box 19. this office. Je2S 3t»
yol'Ni, EUROPEAN ARTIST IS WILLING TO
-I accept any kin u of employment: city or country.
Address Artist, box ISO, '.all Branch Office. Je22 3t«
STEADY RELIABLE SCANDINAVIAN WANTS
0 went of any kind ; can drive aud ore for horses;
good references. Address Scandinavian, box 85,
Call Branch Offlce. Je'22 3t*
lAT AN TED-SIT CATION, CITY OR COUNTRY.
" as cake baker or confectioner: thoroughly
understands his business; can furnish beat of refer-
ences from last place. Address E. CL CHASE, 435
Geary st. je'2l 7t*
XJ-BAT BOY ABOUT 15, OF GOOD PARENTS,
-.V wishes to learn a trade with reliable man; not
run errands. Address Neat, box 196, Call Branch
Office. jell- 7i*
\\- ANTED— SITUATION AS NIGHT CLERK OR
" porter in hotel, or cashier In restiurant; city
references. Address J. R. L., box 181, Call Branch
Office. • jelS7t*
FEMALE Hi Ll' WANTED.
TIT ANTED^r^YA_TTa_SSES^ FIRST-CLASS
»' res'., urant In an Interior town, $25, room and
board and tree fare, see boss heie, to go to work by
lst of Juiy: office open evenings. C. R.HANSEN
A Co.. 1 io Geary st. 1
it- ANTED l WAITRESSES FOR FIRST-CLASS
•* country hotel, $25, to start by -_siti lust. : office
open evenings. C. R. HANSEN A CO., 110 Geary. 1
.) waitresses for WATER RESORT, LAKE
£* County Mountains, $25, end tree fare. to go Sat-
order- office open eveulugs. C. R. Hansen a CO.,
110 Geary st. 1
L/IKST-CL ASS CHAMBERMAID. FIRST-CLASS*
I country hotel, 920 and free fare; office open
eveuings. C. It. II AN SKIN A CO., lIP deary st. 1
X\' ANTED— SECOND GIRL FOR FIRST-CLASS
'* private family, M*rced County, $25 and free
fare: nurse for 3 children, city. $-5; ofiice open
evenings. C. R. HANSEN ,v CO.. i.O Geary at. 1
0 1 BONERS ON LADIES' CLOTHES, .TO, S. 33
• land $30, first-class country hotel: office open
•evenings. C. K. HANSEN A CO.. 110 Geary at. 1
9 WAITRESSES FOR SUMMER RESORT
— Sauta Cruz Mountains, $25 ; oflice open evenings.
C. R. HANSEN A CO.. 110 Geary St. 1_
I.IOUSEKEEPER. ROOMING-HOUSE. $20 TO
II $25; 1 ok and laundress, $30: 0 Herman or
Scandinavian cooks, ?25 to $33; German or Irench
nurse and seamstress, $25; chambermaids and
tresses, $20 to $25: 12 "work girl . city and
countiy. $20, *25 and $30; young . iris, assist. $16.
i.lris, call lor a reliable situatioa of any kind on
MISS < I 1. 1.1 n. 105 St oakton it., room _. 1
IfMI'LOYMENT OFFICE. 931 MARKET; ALL
-J kluds of help furnished o. short notice. 7t*
Lk ANTED— PUPILS FOR HAIRDRESSING AND
'» manicuring at SHE BOBISON'S, *>*A Kearny
St.: 10 lesaoas in class, $1 5B je2 4 7t
yOUNG '.IRL DO LIGHT HOUSEWORK; $;_
I 28 ColUngwoodst Je24 3t*
V \ f ANTED-GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK; FAMILY
X* ot 3. 32 Ciiuton Park, bei. Ridley and Fonr-
teenth sts. je24 _t»
U' ANTED —TOR SAN RAFAEL. >. YOUNG
' * girl for cooking sud housework : a;. « $25. In-
qntre at 610 Battery, bet 10 and 2 o'clock. 24 2t*
PROTESTANT GIRL TO ASSIST IN HOUS E-
X work: sleep at home; wages $10 also, gitlf or
ranch: small family: wages f 13. Inquire Immedi-
ately, 5 Mi Valencia st je24 2t*
/ IKL DO HOUSEWORK in COUNTRY; PRl-
xi vate family: call Bto 1. 910 McAllister.24 2t*
9 GIRLS FOB COUNTRY SALOON IARE
— paid. Apply -17 Kearny at Je24_2t*
GIRL DO LIGHT HOUSEWORK CALL 708
Vl Van Ness aye.; afternoon. Je2s 2:«
U WAITRESS WANTED FOR RESTAURANT.
418 I.. irk In St. Je 24 3t*
tv OMAN TO DO LIGHT HOUSEWORK IN
'' email family. 503>t Natoma st. •
L'IRST-CLASS FINISHER ON CUSTOM VESTS.
£ 10B7»A> Folsom st, •
Vt'AITRESS FOR RESTAURANT. 5181 . MIS-
»' sion st. ; call early. '" »
G* IRL GENERAL HOUSEWORK. 426 SAN JOSE
I aye., near Army st. •
GIRL As WAITRESS FOR COUNTRY RESORT.
x I Apply room 3. 81 Kearny. *
GIIiMAN AND SWEDE GIRLS: HOUSEWORK
and cook. HAS Market, opp. Sixth. »
1 * IRL. CAKE FOR BA. V: SLEEP HOME; REF-
v. erenccs required. 407 Eddy. *
GIRL, LIGHT HOUSEWORK; GERMAN OR
v 3 Swedish preferred. glSj^Groveat. *
HANI ill 1. OVER 14 TO HELP DURING
J^day. wages $5 per month. Apply 2910 Mission.*
■]' A I I.i IRKSg ON CUSTOM v "ATS. 119 FOURTH
1 street. •
/ IRL FOR HOUSEWORK: REFERENCE. 1250
'• Howard st. '^i'thi- *
tt- ANTED-A WAITRESS, 1337 VALENCIA
** street. •
I ADI FOB PRESSING. GERMAN DYEING
Xj Works, junction Valencia and Mission sts. *
L'IRST-CLASS WAITRESS. $20 MONTH. 218
F Stockton St. •
UAISTHAND AND IMPROVER. ~i .2 SUTTER
street. •
IjMNIMIERK AND BUTTONHOLE-MAKERS ON
r custom coats: good wages; steady work. 87
Everett St., cor. Fourth. j«23 3t*
GlKl. TO ASSIST HOUSEWORK; $10~rEli
month. 2522 Howard st. Je23 St*
L'IRST-CLASS OPERATORS AND FINISHERS
j on vests. 410 Kearny st., room 34. je23 st*
p ERMAN GIRL WHO CAN COOK AND DO
Vi housework, to take place July 1. Inquire at
A i. EM ANN, $18 sansoin st, bet. 10 and 11a. _,
or at residence, 317 Larklu sl, bet. 7:30 ami x- 30
P. M. Je23 2t*
LADIES OR GENTLEMEN, will! ENERGY
and pluck, can make big money In our business;
others are doing ao, why can't you? for particulars
apply Immediate!*, room 50, 059-61 Market. 23 -*t
, ' ERMAN GIRL FORGFINERAL HOUSEWORK:
' « roust be good cook Apply after 10 a. m. at 208
Rrodei st. near Height. je_3_t»
pIRL TO ASSIST WITH CHILDREN. -8-6
'J Market st. je?3 2t*
YOUN'ti GIRL 11 OR 15 FOR LIOHT WORK
Iln San Mateo; good home. Address MRS.
ROSE, P. O. San Mateo, Cal. aajfj, n*
GIRL FOR SECOND WORK; MOST BE CAPA-
*' ble and reliable; good reference. Call between
1 »i.d 11 o'clock 800 Broderlck st. Je23 st*
IV ANTED— GERMAN SERVANT GIRL FOR
'' ueneral housework. Apply 400 Sixth st je'2o tf
\l' ANTED-APPRENTICES TO LEARN DRESS-
II makng trade thoroughly. i'-i'n yowsrd.JS lm
OKA OPERATORS ON LEVI, STRAUSS _ 1 IV.
Sx)VJ overalls. '.t'2 '.. Fremont st. le4 tf
MALE lIKLI' A. x At.
TyANTE D - IT_ACK 8 M ITH 1 .'li A MIN E, l-Tso
" ad.y: general jobbing blacksmith for country,
*2 a d.ij an 1 hoard; ranch blacksmith. 9.0 per
month and board: young man to drive milk wagon,
$25; butcher for couutrv hotel, $35, fare advanced;
cheesemaker. $35; butter-maker, $35 to *40: la-
borer for mine, $30 and board; Oerman broiler,
$45: camp cook, $10, fare advanced: farmers. $30
and $1 26 a day. and vegetableman lor country, $20
and fouud . at XV. D. Eh ER A(.O. S, 028 Clay st. 1
Wanted— waiter FOB A resort, $30. ai
»I Place. At W. D. EWER A CO.'S, 020 Clay. 1
Q PORTERS, COUNTRY HOTELS, $30 AND $20
aj and tound; hotel cooks, city and country, $30 to
-TUO: kitchen-band, summer resort, $25 and found;
dishwasher, country hotel, $25 and found, tare ad-
vanced; 6 waiters, city and country, $30 and
found: 3 colored waiters, summer resort, $30 and
found; 2 lroners, near city, $40 and found: washer
(pounding burroi), com try laundry, $25 and
found. C. R. HANSEN A CO.. 110 Geary st. 1
C)(\ ROADMAKERS FOR THE WOODS. $30 AND
_.' ' found, see boss here: 6 woodeboppers, $1 60
a cord; 10 tlomakers, 12c a tie: 12 tanners for
Monterey County, $30 and found and harvest
wages: '20 farmers. $25 and $30, (It .'rent ranches;
farmer and wife, $40 and found: 5 milkers. $30;
teamster, $30; 50 laborers, city and country:
head sktdroad builder, $63; blacksmith helper. $35
and found; 3 scraper-loaders, s2 a day. C.R. II AN
SEN A CO.. 110 Geary st i
1 ft MORE DRILL AND HAMMER MEN FOR
lv railroad tunnel work, $40 and found, passed
up to the work; call early with blankets ready to
start; steamer sails this morning. C. It HANSEN
A CO.. 110 Geary st. . ■ 1
It ANTED THIS MORNING EARLY WITH
'" blankets ready to start. 15 more railroad la
borers, $30 and found, long job. C. H. HANSEN A
CO., 110 Geary sT_ 1
WAN I'll) RANCH BLACKSMITH. SONOMA
County, $10 to $45; cook for small restaurant,
Napa County, $40 and room: dishwasher, same
place, $20 and room: cook and wife as house-
Keeper, country. $60; boy to wait on table. $20 and
room; dishwasher, $15; etc. DELORME A
ANDRE. 320 Slitter st. I-
yOUNO man ABOUT DOCTOR'S PLAOE.
I country; - Englishman about place, $20; lv
drillers, free fare, call early ready to start, $160
and board: 5 sandstone quarry men, $3 per day
XV. L. TEAOUE* CO.. 6 Summer st., bet. Pine
and Callforula, off Montgomery. •
: -tf ,■ -zr—.
HELP TYA NTEP-CO^INPKO^^
5 MORE DRILL AND HAMMER MEN. $10 TO
*J $50 per month and found, hair fare paid by boss,
this Job will last one year: also 5 laborers and
teamsters for same place, $35 and found and In-
crease, niust go to-day, 10 a. v. .R. T. WARD <_
CO.. 608-10 Clay st. '■ t_
1 A HAYMAKERS, $1 25 TO $1 50 PER DAY
X VJ and found: 5 ranch teamsters, $30: i farmers,
$30; 5 haypressers on a Fetaluma press, 20c per
tonj man to hoe down; 2 stablemen. $30: brict-
molder. $50. R. T. WARD A 603- 10 day st. j
»it Railroad Teamsters and laborers,
j-vJ free fare both ways, _00.l wages paid, call ear v.
K. T. WARD A CO., 603-610 Clay st. I__
MAN AND WIFE FOB A PRIVATE FAMILY,
i'l $60 and found, see boss here; milker and wire,
country, $45 and found; 3 hotel cooks. $40. $50
and $60; second restaurant cook. $45: colored
water, $40; 5 hotel waiters, $30 and $35: Ironer,
country launary. $35 and found; 2 dishwashers.
$20 and $25: 10 tiemakers. 9c each; 5 shlncle-bolt
makers, $1 50 per cor.l: man to hew timber, $00 and
found: 0 laborers, city work. $30 and round: 10
shoveiers, $2 per day ana $30 and found: black-
smith on wagon-work, country shop, $3 per day:
blackmith helper, country shop, $-0. R. T. WARD
_ Co . bOS and 010 Play. I__
Ur ANTED — ENGINEER WITH MARINE Ll-
'» cense, $00, and increase: 4 laborers about mill,
$30, and fare advanced: 6 Russian Finns, for mill
and woods, $30, f. re advanced: 2 miners, 949 and
board; laborers for mine, $30 and board; farmers,
$30 and $1 2->aday; blacksmith helpers: quarry-
man, $2 25 a day; choremen, .15 and $. 0. and
fouud; American gardener, $30 and found;
milkers: buttermakers; screw-turner for mill.
$50 and found; swamper, $40 and found;
drillers for tunnel work, $1 50 and board; laborers
and teamsters for city, Sl 75 a day. and $30 and
board. Apply to J. F. CROSETT A CO.. 628 Sacra-
mento st. . It
A 77 ) -MEAT AND PASTRY COOK FOR
ii country restaurant, $40 and found: ranch
cook, $25 and $30; German hotel cook, country,
$40 and fare; cook, small hotel, $30: waiters,
dishwashers and others. Apply to J. F. CROSETT
A CO., 628 Saarameato st. 1
( -LERKS SEEKING POSITIONS AS SALESMEN,
" salesladies. copyists, bookkeepers, stenographers.
obtain them Clerks' bureau, 3os Kearny, Km. 1.21 2*
lothino salesman and gents' fur-
lv nishlng goods wanted. Room 1, 1126 Msrket
street. |o_. 3t»
WANTED -A JOBBING PLUMBER OR
»' helper; steady »or». Call at 21-25 Tenth St.,
JOB. SCI IKE CO. _ • jet 421 * _
pLERKS SEEKING POSITIONS AS SALESMEN,
" - salesladies, copyists, bookkeepers, stenographers,
obtain them at Clerks' Bureau.ll26 Marset, lm*
0 FIRST-CLASS BENCH BANDS CARPENTEK-
aj shop. 636 Geary st. I
BARBER SATURDAY AND SUNDAY. 519
Fourth st. *__
pOOD BARBER FOR SATURDAY AND SUN-
"Jf nay. 320 Montgomery avo. m -
I; ARBER FOR SATURDAY. $1. 527 SACRA-
» ' mento. *__
BARBER .OR SATURDAY AND SUNDAY. 817
Battery. _^ *_
GOOD BARBER FOB SATURDAY AND SUN-
day. 204 Ninth. ■■_ *_
BARBER FOR SATURDAY AND UN DAT. 163
Second. *_
BARBER-SATURDAY AND SUNDAY 1630
Mission st. *
/-"OOD BARBER FOR SATURDAY AND SUN-
Vf li . 1 2 Eighth st. *__
■\riGHT COOK, WITH REFERENCES. 317
lv Fourth st. j *__
15EDMAKER AT 247 SECOND ST. APPLY
I • after 6:30 a. m. *
TRONO BOY ABOUT IS YEARS OLD. 21
New Montgomery^ . ' *__
RANCH CARPENTER: MEN TO WORK IN
vineyard: men for haying. 822 Cay, rms. -•-'.»
PLASTERER AND WII ITENKR— MUST BE
1 good on patch work. 6 Spear st. *J~_
A CTIVE MAN TO SELL COUPONS AT WIL-
J:Y SON'S, 22 Kearny st._ * *_
pOOD JOBBING PLUMBER. 1620 POST ST.
VJ •_
bOY WANTED TO LEARN CARRIAGE PAIN' I-
D tag Apply 337 Filth st. *_
ENERGETIC GENTLEMAN, GOOD ADDRESS,
to solicit stork for newly formed me. i< ii! cor-
pora inn : good pay. Api>,y 220 Sansonie, yoom 5."
ll* ANTED — GROCERY CLERK. 1352 TENTH
it st.. cor, or Klriiham, Oakland. *
OEC6ND~COOK WANTED. 210 DB. MM ST.
/"■HOREMAN FOX PRIVATE PLACE: MILKER;
v. ranchman. 6.22 Clay St.. rooms 1 ana 2. *
YOUNG MAN FOR DISHWASHING. 507 V A-
I lenciast. * -
T7-tBST-CLASS OPERATOR ON MILITARY
X clothing. Apply SC.LAMN BROS 321 Caiifor-
nlast. *
BARBERS. ATTENTION -EMP. SEC. BARBERS'
Protective Union t-.»i removed to 409 Kearny;
situations filled on short notice; city aud country.
H. Tl MM ERMAN. Emp. Sec. Je23 7t»
XV ANTED-AN EXPERT ADVERTISING MAN
* ' on salary and commission. Apply bet. 11 and
12 at 27 Main st. je23 tf
Ur ED-MAN AND WIFE ON A CATTLE
ranch near San Francisco; man must be a good
Steckman and the w Ie a good plain coo* wages
$15 a mouth. Address MR. WILSON, box 53. this
otlice. j-'_.l 5.*
IV ANTED— AND ELECTRIC FIXTUKE-
'* maker, good lathe man; steady job. ...Mr-si
Gas, box 106, Call Branch ■ fflce. Je'23 3:*
A --^' EXPERIENCED TRAVELING SALESMAN
to handle stovts and ranges, etc.. for city house;
salary or commission. Aduress J. F. C, box 153.
Call Branch Oflice. Je23 3t
VOTICETO MINERS— 26 FIRST-CLASS MIN-
lx ers wanted, $3 50 per day. Inquire A R. JACK-
SON. Russ House. je23 3t«
TA MEN, $100 EACH, TO LOCATE UNITED
-LV. States land. PACIFIC EXCHANGE 23
Kearny st le_ 3t*
ARBER-SIIOP AND CIGAR-STORE; I'M BE
sold on account of departure; aiv reisonabie
offer accepted. Call at once, OllVfr Larkln st. 23 4*
Ul ANTED -A GENTLEMAN OF~GOOD SOCIAL
' * st:t_(llti . and thorough business qualifications
to take position with large corporation. Cail at 101
: Sansome __j room 4. bet. - and 4p. v. je'2'2 3t*
TNSTRUMENT-MAKER: ONE v. HO HAS
JL worked on electrical instruments. 1537 Mlssson
stieet. Je22 3t*
UARBEB-SHOP FOR SALE CHEAP; 2 LIYIN O-
X) rooms. 1541 Geary St., onp. carhouse. '-22 3t*
OA MEN FOR STEW, HASH. PORK AND
VVJ beans, Hamburg steak, coffee; each dish 2 Vi
cents. 44 Fourth st. jel- tf
, 'ENTLEMEN TAKE SINGLE SUNNY FOB-
' » nlsbed rooms: $ I week. 545 Mission. JelS 7t*
It' ANTED— RELIABLE BUSINESS MAN TO
"' take working Interest, or would give half in-
terest to the right party. In established real estate
business. Adlress M. 8.. box 62, this office. jelOtf
II ANTED— GOOD CATHOLIC CANVASSERS
"' for a first-class object promising easy and lar . c
snips. Apply to 511 Jones st. Jel4 tf"
MAKERS' AND CONFECTIONERS' LABOR
1) Bureau. 145 Fifth st.— Comuetent men for all
grades work can be furnished at any hour. JeB lm
'CHE ELCHO, SOS .fc MARKET-THOROUGHLY
I renovated: new bedding: best-known house in
city; rooms 25c per night; $1 to $3 per week. 15 tf
II ANTED-100 MEN TODAY TO TAKE LODG-
* lngs from 10c to 25c per nlgbt; new home.
624 Washington st. apl2 iy
UALDO ROUS -.733 MARKET-ROOMS NIGHT,
25c to $1; week, SI to $3. my 30 tf
TUST PEN BD— BRANCH HOU .E. 861 MAK-
xt ket; new house; rooms per night, 25c to $1. per
week $1 to $;;*, fire escapes: open all nlgbt. ap'2S Sin
CENTRAL HOUSE, 871 MA RKET-ROOMS PER
VJ night 25c to $1, per week $1 to $3. ap-' 3m
/ -APITOL HOUSE, 537 SACRAMENTO-ROOMS
V- per night 25c to $1, per week $1 to $3. ap2B Jm
* LLE SEAMEN WANTED FOB DEEP WATER
JY Apply 313 Pacific st. mrltt
CINOLE FURNISHED ROOMS 15c A NIGHT.
LindeU House, cor. Sixth and Howard. Jyll tt
BARBERS — THE JOURNEYMEN BARBERS'
Union have removed to 737 Mission st., rooms
2 and 3; Free Employment Bureau; situations fti
city and country filled at short notice, my 19 3m
10-! f_fS-_ Ml " WANTED TO LOAN MONEY
lVU.Ul'Uonill articles at low rates -. square
dealing. UNCLE JACOB. . 1113 Pacific St. sul l'
AtiENTS WANTED.
A GENTS WA. • TEIT- GRAN D NEW WORk 7
JY -Discovery and Conquest or the New World";
the must superbly illustrated book ever produced
In America; extra liberal terms; exclusive terri-
tory; ouriits free; freight paid to any point; from
$5 to $10 a day cau be ale and a free round trip
to the World's Fair earned: fail particulars Tree.
dress Immediately. PACIFIC PUB. CO., 1236
Market. Murphy Building. San Francisco, Cat 19 tf
XV ANTED-LADIES OK YOUNO MKN TO TAKE
*' light, pleasant work at their own homes; $1
to $3 per day can ue quietly made; work sent by
mail; no canvassing. For particulars address Globe
Mfg. Co.. 1».x5. .1, Boston. Mass. Est*' i.l 830. }. 7 26t
irii.Mfllii', WANTED.
Tri-TnT-tici pAiirF7-Rn__nj_-_-^rCi^ i-
-U ture. GALLAGHER, 1241 Market, nr. .lath .;
FTACSIG. 1070 HOWARD. FATS FULL VAL-
» ne for your furniture and. carpets. jelS lm
\ AFTER YOU HAVE TRIED "aLL OTHERS,
JY. call or send to BUTTER El. li A VINCENT,
auctioneers, room 30, Flood building: highest to**
paid or a guarantee at auction; send postal. JelO lin
{LARGE QUANTITY OF SECOND-HAND FOB.
nitiire wanted : 20 per cent paid more than else-
where. MALONE. 110 Fourth St.: new -tore. m2otf
ALL SECOND-HAND FURNITURE fAND CAR-
pets bought: lar.e and small lots: cail or send
postal. ROSENTHAL, 773 and 775 Msrket.o-17 ly
MJ. SIMMONS A CO.. AUCTIONEERS. WILL
. buy your luxniture, pianos and books. 1057
Marketst. ap9 tt
JMEYKRS. 907 MISSION ST., PAYS FULL
. value for your furniture and carpets. Ja9 6m
A XV. RST PATS THE HIGHEST P_IC E
JY , for furniture. Call or send postal 1121 Mar-
ketjL. bet. Seventh and Eighth. oc'2l ly
\1 CCABE, It*) FOURTH ST.. PAYS THK HIGH-
♦'» est price for furnltnre. stoves, ranges, carpets
ROOMS IVA..TIO. i
I OR 'J SMALL 1 NhiiifxisHt^HoTlMsT-T-
--L minutes walk from Third ana Market sts. : state
price; no children. Address R. E. , box 86. Call
Branch Office. »
L'CRNISHED AND UNFURNISHED ROOMS
A wanted at once for steady tenants; single and
suites- also housekeeping rooms: leave particulars
Old Reliable Renting Agency. 1032 Market. 23 3t*
WAnTKD - JI I S C El. |. INt-iOCS.
SITTING-PLACE FOB PANTSMAKER. AD-
-0 dress D. W„ box 23. this offlce. Je23 tt*
II' ANIED-ONE-EIOHTH OR lA, MEDIUM OR
'' Pearl press. W. m. P.. 310 Post" st. my 17 tt
AC BROWN OF BOSTON, WHERE HE -HAS
. executed many of the finest specimens of
needlework ever seen In this country, is located at i
717 Eddy st, where he will do all kinds of em- '
broidery aud artistic needlework at short notice, tt
AI'VKKTISIN 6.
IF YOU WISH TO ADVERTISE AN YTHfNa
1 anywhere at any time write to OEO F ROWKLr
*CO, Vt spruce st . Neiv York. aui. ly
LIVERY ONE IN NEED OF INFORMATION ni
ft.p/ bj -*Boo°k f ?_ v _ r - " a _ srasMsss
J,""'', • Rook lo r Advertisers." 303 pages, nrlea
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***"■ ' ) Spruce Hew Yarn. . auip -.j
rUKNITtJKJ STOKE O.
EASTERN PLAN - LOWEST '" " f^fE-7H500D
care Sterling Furniture Co., 1039 Market St..
opp. J. J. O'BRIEN'S. i-12 If
■ -„ ■
PERSONALS. _^^___^__
ADVICE FREE ON ALL -.iatters:
specialty, marriages annulled; J*»JW. nu i 0 f
specialty, marriages annulled: Vtnsl*. a^
-probate, collections. Hens, dama.es, etc: no og =.
unless successful: practice all courts ;«•»"*• *■*£' .
O. AY. HOWE A CO., attys-at-law. 880 Mar_e.. jeo »
THE UNDERSIGNED DRUG FIRMS WILL
guarantee one bottle of DR. COOPER Bioou
and Liver Specific to cure you of rheumatism, pun-
Dies and eruptions, constipation and biliousness.
try It. For sale at TCUPFER <_ CO.'S. 444 van
Ness aye.; DAHLBENDER A CO.. 214 Koarny St.:
Xi iter's, cor. Butter and Broderlck.jel2 m con
UrE HA. CHEAP KENT: WE DO OUR OWN
ti work: we can sell you milliner. 3') percent
rheaper than any other bouse. 1332 Market. J.'B 3m
i FAMILY AFFAIR.
_r\.
" Buying the best Tea and Coffee, for tho least
money, at any of the 13 city stores or the flireat
American Importing Tea Company. Come or send
direct and save ali commissions. Running 45 suc-
cessful stores o - till 3 coast proves beyond quest on
that our prices ore reasonable. Our goods always
fresh and p re. Headquarters (wholesale and re
tall). 52, 54 58 and 58 Market St.. San Frauclseo.
start tf
I PRIVATE INQUIRY AGENCY; STRICTLY CON-
. fldeotlal :wa sch men ids given. 759 M_t.K_ 7*
t\* ANTED-1 OR 9 CHILDREN: MOTHERS'
»' care: private home. 1030 Howaid st. fe22 7t
VI Bfl SADIE EV__. S'SCOCOANUTCREAM FOR
IM »the complexion; sample free. 1020 Mr Je22 3m
1 1 TAYLOR, NEAR MARKET-NICE NEATLY
X 1 furnished sunny rooms; rent reason able. Je'Jl tf
ELLIN OUT— FINES C EYE- GLASS SPECS 15c;
open from 9to 5; next to bakery; 65 Fourth st.
Sunday. 728 Market St., in celebrated dry-goods
store; don't forget the number. le2l lm*
ATEW AND St. HAND SHOES FOR SALE
IN cheap. J. FRANKLIN. -5- Eighth M je2l 7t«
MRS. ARTHUR ALLEVIATES I'll . BY REAL
magnetic treatment. Offices, 201 P0we.1.2 1 7t*
C»X LIFE-SIZE CRAYON PORTRAITS. WITH
*3* « J. frame, at WILSON'S. 22 Kearny. my 29 lvi
ON THE INSTALLMENT PLAN-DRESS GOOD S,
Bilks, sealskin! and alette cloaks; also carpets,
furniture, lace curtains, blankets and folding-beds,
at M. FRIEDMAN &. CO.'S, 223 and 230 Stocktou
st. Why pay ready money when you can buy just
as cheap by unking a snail cash payment down,
balance weekly or monthly ' An inspection or our
stock is respectfully solicited; orders by nail fur
goods or samples promptly attended to. 223 aud
230 Stockton and 237 Post: open evenings. Itf
FINE LINE OF FRENCH* FLANNELETTES AT
10c per yard; very cheap and fast colors.
Chicago Store, 216 Sixth st. 21 tf
Wi MAI THEWS. ATTORNEY, 4O2 MONTGOM-
. cry St., room 18; advice free; strictly can3-
dentlal and no publicity: all courts. 21 tr .
OUGHT-SEND YOUR OLD GOLD * SILVER
by mall to tho old reliable house of COLEMAN.
41 Third St., S.F. ; wlll send by return mall thecash:
if amount not satisfactory will return gold. mr3l tl
UTTON-HOLES AND HUTTONS MADE, FIN if
Ing latent style, plaltin .. 13 O'Fsrrell. sc2P:f
1 FOLDING BEDS— EXAMINE OIK NO. 20l»»;
X mirrored, with large plate 18x40; walnut, otic,
cherry and 16th century; cash price elsewhere syj.
our Installment price reduced to $10: cootitrvordsri
promptly attended to. M.FRIEDMAN A CO., 2;3
and 230 Stocktou St.. 237 Post, cor. Stocktou. tt -
LADIEV AND GENTs' CLOTHING. FURNi;
tureai'. kinds bought, sold. 103 I FolBo:n.inr3 d v
ASTRAL- SEER: FAST, PRESENT, FUTURE?
horoscopes cast. Prof. Holmes. 11 Seotl ly
It- M. ALLINGHAM, ARTESIAN WELL- BORER.'
tt 150 fifth st., NW. cor. Howard. dell ly
HIGH PRICE FOR CAST-OFF CLOTHING; i
send postal. M. RAPHAEL. 803 Sin Ja2 i cr
\A/_NDOW SHADES MANUFACTURED TO TA-j
*j derby WILLIAM McPHUN. 1105 Market. 11 .:
HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR CAST-OFF CLOTii-
Ing. gold Jewelry, books. KLEIN, 10. Sixth. *.;
f IANCER SPECIALIST, O. F. REID, 00 THIRD;
VJ 9 to 3; 6 toS: reierences; herbs used. my2i oui
USE, FAUST AND MaMIE Me.MIL : ARTIS-
JxiX tic hair dressing, shampooing, m.nlcurlnj and
cosmetic parlors: hairwork done: the art t.ri:!.t tn
all Its branches; lad os wl 1 receive prompt atten-
tion. 21 I'owell St., cor. Ellis, parlors and 7. 22 tf
XV HITEW ASHING. MACHINE OR BRUSH
iV work; rooms dotie from $1 upward, o Spear
st. Machines for sale or to let. my 7 3m
C AUFRICH HO, WATCHMAKER. JEWELER
-. . and diamond-setter. IOVj Stockton, myj. tf
ALL CLAIMS AGAINST THE HULK SALINAS
-."V must he presented vwhin ten days from this
date to 143 Berry st. C. J. JORGENSEN. JelS lot*
IJEMOVAL-HARDING'S COLLECTION OF- ICE.
XL Removed to NW. cor. Pine and Montrom-ry
sis., under Nevada Bank. fe9 tf
(IALA. CARPET SWEEPERS: BEST MADE: ALL
. kinds repaired, for sale. B. FIGERS. 310 -titter.
&9 P.A FOB a DOZEN* CABINET pllt.TO-
if)-. •<-_. graphs; I colored free; first-class work
guaranteed. WILSON'S, 23 Kearny st. ap23 tf
1. DS-
X tectivo Bureau: all business strictly confidsn^
tial. Room 40. Phelai Bull ling. S. F. iuy2S Sm
iiltt.S. il iK-ltS,
S. day! -;.
AlliMerst. »
-Ms KING. CUTTING. FITTING: CiliL
aren's cl >tbes made. 110 Sixth, room S.je23 3m
1 A" I*O WELL-STYLISH _UITS MADE FROM
l"i $5 up; goods and everything fuuud from
$15 up an 'i made in 24 hours; perfect lit. je23 4t*
*)f\A POWELL — FASHIONABLE D R E SSMAK-
mj _t lug: suits $5 up; lit guaranteed. Je2l 3:n
DRESSMAKING— GUARANTEED; SUITS
$4 up; wrappers made. 215 Powell st. Jell :_n
'DUE MISSES URTON, 502 MASON ST.^STYI-
i. ish dressmaking; satisfaction gu.-irauteea.relt iy
VI Rs. U. KELTEK, 119 STOCKTON ST.: SUITS
i'l $3 50 up: stylishly draped: _t_u_r_nteed.__ltf
NM_MM-___W_M___M»_M__-W-_|
LOST.
EngT Is.II i g dog Tan s^veringn AM: dlmTk
j Finder rewarded returning to 733 Capp. jeJ ,'.*
I OST-2 FAT KEL) COWS; BELONG TO |-.x-
Xj celsior lanch. ALLEN LAUARN, Excelsior
Homestead, Mission road. jc . 3t*
LO sT-IN UNION-ST. CARS. JUNC. MONTGOM-
ery aye. ami Washington sts., a purse atatn-
tn_ earrings, ring and some coin. Liberal reward
Will be paid on returning same to R. R. VAIL, care
J. A. Foiger * Co.. 104 California St Je'Ji 3t*
Bel A REWARD-LOST OR STOLEN, A PARROT.
tjJ'X.vJ T. M. UNDEMAN. 1320 Mason St. je'22 7t«
<E*o(.fXfX REWARD- THE JUDSON MANT-
i^OUVV. facturlng Company or Oakland offer a
reward of one thousand dollars tor the recovery of
the money and the arrest and conviction of the
men who, on Saturday, June 11. on the lot. U train
at B-strcet station, Oakland, robbed the secrit.iry
or said company of the sum of fifteen thousand
dollars ln coin. The men are described is follows:
No. I— Height about 5 feet S or 9 Inches, weight
165 to 1.0 mats, age about 35, blue or gray eves,
small dsrk mustache (may have been dyed), high
cheek bones, cheeks a little sunken, wail very
erect, and apparently w. spare built. At the time
of the robbery be wore » square blac< derby hat
and a new long hair slate-colored duster.
No. 2— Height 5 feet 6 or 6V« Inches, weight _Lo it
170 pounds. 25 years of age, broad square shoulders,
round full face, thick Lull neck, dark brown and
piercing eyes, small thin mustache, apparently
about a mouth's growth. At tha time the crime
was commute 1 he wore a soft black hat. blue
jumper and overalls and had his face blackened.
The undersigned will add to the above rewnrl
the sum of two thousand dollars, which he will pay
to any person giving to him. personal'!*, Informa-
tion leading to the recovery of the said fifteen thou-
sand dollars and the arrest and conviction of the
robbers. Address HARRY N. MORSE.
je!9 tr Detective Agency, 545 California st.
FOUND.
I^O^lT^OTFr^Vvl^ -BGCFS :
P owner pay charges. C .11 !27 A lister. __ 3*
uiiLooir]
AOr£^-_T-_sAUr^^FOLri^^
liL teller: clairvoyant: lire reader; fee 25 c. ;.' I St*
MADAM KNIGHT HAS REMOVED FROM 1123
Pine to 300 V., Turk. Jel6 tt
MBS. WILSON ELLS PAST. TIRE. PRKs.
i* ent: ladles SOc. gents .1. IPS Elghtn. my 1 1 3in
\| ME. OR. THOMAS, -SCIENTIFIC RKVEALE it
liL by eggs and cards; tells entire life. nasi prei-
ent. future; consultations on all affairs, nothtug ex-
cepted; name given, valuable advice and sure help;
restores lost love bysymp .thy; mistake Impossible;
diseases cured; teesl; letter**-. 30 Keamy. 13 ly
MR. EXODIUS, CLAIRVOYANT. HAS~R_-'
moved to 14 Turk <' Room 9: fee 50c 0 2 1 tf
SPIKITI Xl.l^i;.
"T~ KNOWLRDUE is
_n_. Arrival extraordinary of the world's most fa-
mous medium, MRS. DR F. SHERMAN of British
fame, known as the child medium of England.
Blessed are the peacemakers.
For they shall be called the -'
children of God.
Remain not In darkness and Ignorance, but seek
ye the light of knowledge and learu what the mys-
terious future holds forth for you.
Like a bright meteor flashing across the darkened
sky, this brilliant little medium from across *be
ocean rails in your midst to dispel the heavy liOslra
and bitter woe from the thousands of Oil, hte I
hearts.
Do not allow skepticism or silly religious scru .les
to stand In your w-y.
MRS. DR. SHERMAN-
Is recognized by the' press, medical fee . I and
scientists generally a* the most celebrated medium
of modern times.
Luting the dark veil of your future ire she elves
you valuable ADVICE and AID in all affairs of life
or private as well as of business nature, as. for in-
stance, pertalulng to Love. Matrimony. Friendship
Business. Lawsuits (Contest--.! Wills. Divorce Dam-
age Suit*. Claims, Collections, etc.). Journeys,
Speculations. option Deals. Poudiug Pension
Claims, Mining. Races, etc.. etc., etc.
she discovers lost or stolen property, finds burte-l
treasures, prevents sickness and misfortune and
reconciles those separated or estrange thus also
restoring lost happiness to homes. It is needless -. j
say that she in ail cases
GUARANTEES FULLEST SATISFACTION.
Her revelations are certainly wonderful and ars
acknowledged to bo of tin highest order. She
advises you with a certainty by a higher than
human power as to the proper com >.. to be pursued
lv lire.
Her descriptions or your meads and enemies am
as real as though they stood beforo you.
Hours, 9 a. m. to 3 r. st strict.
N. B.— Perfect satisfaction guarinterd by in .tl.
Send stamps for Illustrated pamphlet, with specal
terms. This Is Madame's first visit.
jelStr MRS. DR. F. SHERMAN. 110 O'Farreli st.
V'OU SHOULD CONSULT INDIA'S FAR-FAM Sit)
-1 seeress, the Gypsy Queen. 625 Geary. my 23 3tn
MRS. ■' J. WHITNEY. CLAIRTOI ANT. TEST
medium and life reader. 21 - Stockton. ap2s tf
— — — —»-_-___■______——_—_ —_—_-_-
CATION ii..
17 KM. IN AND FRENCH CONVERSATION. Ma
» per lesson, one hour. PROF. LOUIS Mi KM,
1033 Howard St.. near Sixth. Je'Jl 15t*
FECIAL COURSE IN GENERAL LITERATURE
O or science for strangers summering here; class
or private. MRS. HINTON. 933 Geary St., 3 to
5 P. M. ■ Jel73ui
P» KIMBALL, TEACHER OF PIANO. 2912
X « Howard St.; terms moderate. my 2B lm
PROF. THOS. W. BP_KE, TEACHER BANJC.
guitar, mandolin and violin. 305 7th. my7_6m_
SCHOOL CIVIL, MINING, MECHANICAL. ELEJ
trical engineering, surveying, archltecturs, ai-
saying; estab. 1864. A. VanderNalilen, 733 Markup
HEfALD'S BUSINESS COLLEGE. -» POST St™
Double-entry book-keeping, penmanship, short-
hand, type- writing, telegraphy, etc. all Included! l
ttsluess course under oue fee of $75- Je3oi.'
PACIFIC BUSINESS COLLEGE. 9*9 POST l«.
A LUs scholarship. sT7S; uav ami events., oa_»J
riRKWOJRKS and CAMPAIGN GOODS'.
UNEXCE-_t_BH--'I-i_3^_^T-S7?i^^ FISTOLS,
lanterns, tishhorns and Campaign goods; illus-
trated list free. F. K. sADL.SR, 301 Sacrameuto. lm

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