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San- Keancisco. July 18, 392.J
Official Forecast for Twenty-four Hours
BadlajK MldnJclit, July . '.».
For Northern California— Fair, but cloudy and
fcjrgy alo:i^ the coast; southwest to northwest
winds briss along central coast; nearly .t:«>nary
temperature, except cooler In north central por
tion. Warm wave win brea» up in Sacramento
Valley.
for others California— Fair, but partly cloudy
ftiid fojvy a!o:ig ttie coast; south to set wind*;
generally wanner.
ForChVioa and Waslilugrtoii— Fair weiither: south
west to northwest •rinds; generally warmer, ex
cept stationary temperature along the Washington
coast
Neva.ia— Fair; southerly winds; continued warm
weather.
Utah— Fair: continued tram weather.
Local ■••■<::-•.
For San Francisco— Kalr, but cloudy and foggy:
bra* westerly winds; nearly stationary tempera
ture. Jons- I*. i INI.KV,
Lieutenant Ninth Infantry, officer to charge.
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tFk7i>AY...... JULY 19.1892
UIT oil XOO MI (H.
There is abundant reason to believe that
the real leaders of the Democratic party
are embarrassed at the extent of the bite
the Iran national convention made at the
free-traile berry. The convention did not
assemble with any intention of declaring
for a t.;.:* for revenue only. The platform
committee reported an admirably construct
ed resolution, which would have enabled
the Democratic newspaper organs find
speakers to claim to be good protect!
But in an evil hour the spirit of the men
who formed the Confederate tariff platform
took possession of the convention and
actually made the convention declare pro
tection unconstitutional. The more sa
gacious leaders of the Dartv now see their
iiiiatal;<\ Tbe New Yore Times, although
a free-trade paper, intimates that the
turiff plank lushed thiouizh the convention
was ths work of plotters of mischief. The
plank finally adopted w&3 not acceptable to
3lr. Cleveland. It ii true that some of his
supporters voted r>r if, but the Times inti
mates that they did not know what they
were doing. The idea is utav takine pos
session of the wise wing of the party that
the tariff for revenue plank can only result
in the defeat of the party. It is extremely
doubtful if a single Northern Stnte will
go for a Presidential candidate wao stauds
on a. platform which in plaia and unequiv
ocal language declares protection to Ameri
can labor unconstitutional. Cleveland was
elected in I&>4 on a platform which admit
ted that duties should be imposed with a
view to the maintenance of industries
which protection had established. The
platform of ISS4 admitted the constitution
ality of imposing duties fufficient to cover
the difference between the American and
European rates of labor. The tariff plank
of 1892 declares It to be a "fundamental
principle of the Democratic party that the
Federal Government lias no constitutional
power to enforce and collect tariff duties
except for the purpose of revenue only."
The Democratic campaign of education has
come to this: The American laborer is to
bo placed on the same footing with the
European or the Asiatic laborer, and the
one who can produce goods at the lowest
cost will hold the American market, is it
possible that American laborers either Iv
the protected or so-called unprotected in
dustries will vote a party into power which
openly proposes to redone American wages
to the lowest Oid World standard .
111*. OARI.AXII WATER FKONT.
The Call las received the following
communication from Oakland:
Editor of The Call— ban sir: As a citizen
of Oa'slacd ! de-he to thank you for the Inde
pendent and manly stand THE Call has taken
and the effective woik It has done during our
contest with that grasping, selfish corporation,
••the Southern Pacific of Kentucky." Your
earnest efforts at tills time, when two oat of tin -a
of our local dallies have proved recreant to the
inteies'.s of our city, deserve tho thanks of every
loyal Oakiauder. We ho;* that '-you will not
weaiy In well doing," but continue fairly and
feailessly to atd our ci-tzens In their effort to
rescue frdhi the grasp of this corporation the
water front which belonps to us and which Is so
cecessaiy to our welfare and prosperity.
The communication states that two out of
the three daily newspapers published la
Oakland have proved recreant to the inter
ests of Oakland. Bat a commentary this
is upon aewspaoersi Why do Oakland
journals and Oakland officials prove recreant
to th*> Interests of that city? Possibly, if
tho truth were told, the causes would be
found in the circumstance that tbeso BOWS
papers receive a considerable sum of money
in the way of advertising Datronnge from
the railroad company, or perhaps the rail
road company owns interests in one or moie
of those papers. It is quite certain, how
ever, that the public in Oakland will have
such newspaper service as they bargain
for. If, tor instance, the people patronize
newspapers which betray them, and their
enemies — the water-front grabbeis — pay
those papers with patronage much more
liberally than do the people, then the peo
ple will be betrayed. The inhabitants of
Oakland at this time, it seems, are unable to
control the newspapers which they patron
ise, or a majority of their City Council
should represent their interests. If such a
condition of things existed in most Eastern
cities Urn newspapers and the Councilman
would have give way to public opinion or
remove Ij other localities.
ON TMK TAJiIIK LINK.
A friend of Mr. Cleveland addressed ■
letter to thai gentleman asking if the tariff
plank in the Democratic platform met his
approval. Mr. Cleveland replied Hint it
did. .he candidate added that he did not
thin,, .<ny sincere advocate of honest tariff
could be dissatisfied wiih the position the
party has assumed on that subject. Mr.
Cleveland, therefore, indorses the proposi
tion that protection to American labor is
unconstitutional. Turning from Cleveland
to the Bureau of Statistics of the Treasury
Department, we find that while exports
have increased by $H3,854,81C>, there has
been a falling off in the import" of dutiable
article?. As there is.no falling oil in the
consumption of such articles, the conclusion
cannot well be avoided that we are making
goods iu this country under the present tariff
whicli were made abroad under the pre
ceding tariff. And Mr. Cleveland thinks
that this is a result io be deplored.
rusioK.
Upon principle two political organizations
of kindred aims and purposes may unite to
overthrow a party more antagonistic to
both than either is to the other. For exam
ple, a prohibition organization and a high
license organization may, without an undue
sacrifice of principle, combine against a
party that advocates the unrestricted sale
of liquor. The prohibition and hish-lic?nse
organization* .have a common purpose,
though they differ as to the methods of ac
complishing it. Bit it is not easy to see
on what granad the Democratic party and
the People's party can coin bine. They
have nothing in common, unless it may be a
desiro to beat the Republicans. The can
didate of the Democratic party believes in
the single cold standard. The platform of
the People's party calls for the free coinage
of gold and silver. The Democratic plat
form demands the repeal of the tax on the
circulation of State banks, while the plat
form of the People's party looks upon an
unlimited issue of fiat money as an easy so
lotion of ih«> financial problem. The Mew
York World is calling upon the Democrats
and the People's party men in the North
wosteru States to pool their issues. It says
the Democrats cannot carry any of these
Slates alone, but that the Democratic vote,
added to the People's party vote, may elect
the electoral ticket they both support.
The World does not point out the fact that
if a fusion ticket tboflM be elected in sev
eral of the Northwestern States the result
iroufdtwna chtiiee of the electors and the
election of Mr. Cleveland by the House.
There Is no attempt to give a reason why
the topic's party should prefer the elec
tion of Mr. Cleveland to the election of Mr.
Harrison. Than Mr. Cliveland and Mr.
Whitney of the Standard Oil Trust there are
no men in the country in more direct con
!'..■•. with the avowed purpose of the J'eo
pte'fl party. It maybe admitted that the
People's party caunot hope to carry a State
without the aid of the Democrats.
Dut why should it desire to carry a State
knowing that the election of a Democratic
President is the inevitable result? What
will be gained by banding the Government
over'to the Standard Oil Trust, through the
election of men that trust has placed in
nomination?
THE COLOKKO RACE LTTBI SOI TH.
Census Bulletin 137 sheds some light on
the well-worn question of the slow increase
of the colored population at the South. At
the time the slaves wei ■ emancipated it was
freely stated i; at iv many of the Southern
States the freedmen would soon so largely
outnumber the whites that tie State*
would become colored States and the white
race would lave to abandon them or to ac
cept a position of Inferiority as in II a y t : .
Now. a quarter of a century after the war,
if mat disaster still impends, it is coming
very <lo\Tly.
In the three States of North and South
Carolina and Georgia, which may be re»
garded M representative States, the rate of
Increase of tiie colored population is much
less than it was in the decade 1870-1880 and
less than tie rate of Increase among the
whites. This can be best discerned when
presented iv tabular shape, as follows:
Hate of Increase In
States. colored ;i|u;»t«.u
IS7O-80. 18S0-9J. Decroase.
North Carolina.... S5 64 b.tii H9.9U
Soutu Carolina 45.X.1 14.01 31.32
OeorgU 33.03 18.41 14.59
Comparing the two races the rate of In
crease in each during the decade ending in
1890 is found to bo as follows:
c, „.,.„ Kate of increaso. Kate of increase.
feTATES. Colored. Whites.
North Carolina. 5.64 .'l.ts
South Carollua.. 14.01 18.13
Georgia 18.44 19.76
Should the relative increase of the two
races remain the same hereafter the dis
proportion between blacks and whites will
presently become so marked that the former
may cease to be a disturbing element. It
may be observed thai, as to the two Caro
lina*, the growth of the white population
is due to natural increase; the number of
foreign-born persons in those States was
less In IS9O than it was in 1880. Of all the
Southern States Florida and Alabama are
the only two which have attracted much
foreign immigration since the war.
South Carolina appears to be the only
State in which the colored racs is holding
its own. Forty years ago the colored race
constituted 55.93 per cent or the total popu
lation of the State; now it constitutes 59 87
per ceut, the whites being only a trifle over
40 per rent of the win Yet it, is observed
that in that State race friction seldom at
tracts attention. So far as appears on the
surface the two races get along peaceably
side by side; the colored race acquiesces In
the monopoly of political power by the
white?, and en the other lai.d travelers
concur in describing the condition of the
freeilmen and their offspring os contented
and fairly prosperous. The custom of leas
ing small plats of cotton land to the colored
race is cot as common as it is in Alabama.
But the demand for labor on plantations
owned and operated by whites is so active
that attempts to induce emigration bom
the State to the North or West have been
resisted with strong opposition, from which
it may be inferred that the wages of farm
labor are satisfactory.
The tendency of these colored races when
emancipated and placed in possession of
homes of their own is to relapse into barba
rianism. In Central America, where three
races have mixed, the lowest race has be
come the type of the whole. In our South
ern States the reverse has been the case.
The mi st civilized race is, always has been,
and under any system of labor will prtba
bly always continue to be, dominant, and
will gradually lift the inferior lace toward
its level.
i;aJi.H!>ai> HATTKBB.
The following remarks are copied from a
communication from Thomas Aiagee which
was published iv the Bulletin a short time
since :
1 cau't for the life of me see why the Southern
Pacific should stand in Its own licht so. Tlicy
ase nut evf v wise enough to wake all they can
out of tl.elr own monopoly.
You can't pick up a Denver. Colorado Springs
or Salt Lake City paper boot seeing a dozen
new excursion rates to local points staring you la
the face. Tlie same is Hue as to overland points.
You lead in the Denver papers of cheap excur
sions to Chicago and New York. The roads vie
with each other to see which can get liie most
business In eveiy dliectlon.
1 am <atl>Ced iheie is no more philanthropy
or virtue in the managers of the Eastern roads
than In tho«e of the Southern Pacific, but they
have competition and competition means low
rates.
'J lieie isscaicely a day in the week whoa the
newspapers of •Trrnt places do not announce mmm
cheap execrates to one of the local points. Buy a
J» over paper and tee for yourself.
By these cheap excursion rates pass* ngeis are
canied for 1 tint a mile. Imapine one coins
toSau Jose for 50 cents or Sacramento for 02
cents.
.Now, I don't say that railroads ought to carry
passengers for 1 cent a mite a! ail limes; but 1 do
say the Southern Pacific wounl reap ample har
vests by miming occasional excursions at such
rates, Thousands of people would travel then
wheie scores travel now
Kxceptoutue 4th of July I lnve no remem
brance of the Southern Pacllic ever giving a
cheap exclusion rate anywhere, though they
stand In their own light by not doing so.
What Mr. lingee srvs is what enters into
the minds of most thoughtful an relative
to California railways. The whole policy
of the management of tho Central and
Southern Pacific railroads is one of utter
selfishness. Tlie men who control do not
appear to care for anything except dollars
aud cents. If even a tolerably liberal sys
tem of passenger rates alone had been estab
lished wo should have hundreds of thou
sands more people than we have at the
present time in this State. The only lib
erality which our railroads have shown lias
been toward bosses who hive betrayed the
people and in subsidizing railroads and
steamers to oppress us. We may, however^
express the opinion that it is exceedingly
liberal toward a few persons whom it can
push forward to help create dissensions in
order to keep business men from protect
ing themselves.
8888 AS ELSRIYIIERE.
Assessors In several Atlantic cities are
advancing the value of real property.. It
does not appear that there is a correspond
ing advance in the revenues from real es
tate. Wo have had a taste of this fictitious
advance In this city, and in New York the
movement approaches the proponing of a
gigantic swindle. In one ward in that city
the increase in assessed valuation has been
this year in, 1,1, The Herald wants to
THE MOKNIXG CALL, SAN FRANCISCO, TUESDAY, JULY 1J), 1892-EIGTIT PAGES.
know what is the meaning of all thl«. The
question is asked in apparent sincerity, but
the Herald knows that it ■ to enable Tam
many to wring more money out of taxpay
ers. Au increase in the rata of taxation be
comes apparent at a glance. The taxpayer
cannot soothe himself with the idea that his
property has increased in value when the
tax-tato is increased. The Herald says that
taxpayers can find no warrant for this in
crease in assessment, as there lias been no
increase in market values during the year.
But the tax-eaters want more money and
they take the shortest way to get it.
NKU M I \ X (>.
There is a bill beforo the Senate for the
ad mi 8 ion of New Mexico a* a m itr, and as
it has already parsed the House its prospect
of becoming a law is Rood. The New York
Sin* in au article which appears to have
been inspiied, suggests that it should be
amended so as to include Arizona. Were
t hit done, and the bill i used, the only Ter
ritories still remaininc outside of the Union
would be Alaska, Utah, Oklahoma and tho
Indian Territory.
A State comprising the present Territories
of New Mexico and Arizona would be
ISO.OOO square miles in sJ7'-, only second to
T«zasand larger than California. It would
contain a population of about 203,000. It
would thus be larger than any other State
save one, and would contain nora people
than Delaware, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming,
Nevada or North Dakota. Its possibilities
are more promising than those of most of
these States. Besides containing mines of
great value, it has a rest stretch of fertile
agricultural land in which cereals and
fruits are raised, and enormous pasture
lands which are well stocked with cattle.
Its vast mines ate undeveloped, but they
are said to be exceedingly promising. There
is no reason why it should not support a
large population. A notion prevails that it
is largely peopled by a foreign race, but
according to the census 93 per cent of her
people were botn on American soil; and
while the decimal increase of population
in the last decade was 28 per cent, the per
centage of increased enrollment in the
schools was 2K3 per cent.
The objection arising from her small
population will probably be fatal, because
its rate of Increase is go small.
LAISOK liIFIK I LTIES.
We notice that a member of Congress
suggests that while Congress may in
quire into the merits of tho controversy
between the Carnegie manufacturingestab
lishments *nd the workmen, it has no
power to interfere with the wages to
be uaid workmen. This, of course, is un
derstood, but there are reasons why in
quiry should be made as to the merits of the
recent difficulty. One is with a view to con
sidering whether the contracts which the
Government awards for the manufacture of
iron and steel for the construction of war
vessels should be given to these establish
ment?. Another reason why investigations
should be had is to see if a plan cannot be
devised fcr the settlement of dlfficuli be
tween employers and their workmen with
out sort to strikes or lockouts. It is as
competent to establish courts to settle con
troversies respecting labor as it is to settle
controversies arising out of any other busi
ness transaction.
l'l.All 11. \( A I XI).
The report that President Harrison has
made peace itot Platf by promising
- be Federal patronage for New
York in th« event f electii a will doubt
!'~s be rontradicted to>morrow. Tiiat
Platt's nnhnosit] >;j to the gentle
Infloenes of Federal patronage is onto
probable, but the President is fnr too nood
cian, if not too cood ■ man, to make
(•n such terms. It would be nn an
.mt t the atiM-Piatt men of New
that there was m thing in success for
them. Tfte most successful politicians are
-i> '.\!.o throw over their friends to
placate their enemies. \\ bile I\ ttt ■
Ing all in bis power todefrat Mr. Earrison at
MianoapoUs, a portion of the New Yo-k
delegation m for him antbroogi the con
test. Are thesa to be thrown aside for an
eleventh-hoot maa ?
BAVKO ITSKLr.
The local fr,'an of the Crimmins and
Kelly political firm tells now the Republican
party has sav^d itself. The method of
salvation is somewhat remarkable. The
party appear to have saved itself by con
centrating all power in the hand* of Criai
ir.in* and Keily, who are to the Southern
Pacific Company what Bock ley was two
rears ag Crimmins and Kelly will domi
nate the county conventions, and place
before the people candidates named by the
Southern Pacific Company. In this way
basil* local Republican party saved itself.
Another such salvation would be annihila
tion. No party can possibly survive being
saved more than once by a surrender to the
Southern Pacific Comoany.
Tho naaM of ( • ~iir Celsn Moreno again
crops up at Washington. He ouce more li
in the field for a franchise to lay a cable
across the Pacific to A-.. an enterprise
Cor which be had nominal facilities about
eighteen years age. Somehow the capi
talists whoso names he then obtaiued did
not put d wn any money worth speaking
of and the project died of inanition. Per
haps some good will come from this re
newal of the idea of completing Puck's
girdle around the earth. At present the
only part of the globe omitted from t he
operations of the telegraphist is the
Pacilic Ocean. But then Hie remotest
parts of Asia are reached by other
routes brandling from London. A tele
gram reaches Yokohama, Vladivostock.
or Hong Kong from San Francisco, but it
costs a good deal more than it sboul i do if
transmitted by a direct cable. The ques
tion that a capitalist thinks about li whether
such a line will pay a reasonable percentage
on his investment. Jt is bound to pay in
time. Has the time arrived?
The eofltmioiiomii who were appointed
to compute benefits and assess damages
connected Witt the opening and extension
of Twentieth, Twenty-first, Twenty-second
and Twenty-third streets aud the widening
and extension of Nineteenth street have
filed a report with the I'ji.'ulci Supervis
or*;;. They Rive their recnmmendnti'<us
and estimate of cost, and they present their
bill of expense*. The bill is a formidable
total, bat the commissioners console Mm
property-owners with the grave reflection
that had there been live districts and five
commissions the expenses would have been
much creator. This is probably a truthful
remark. Ninety blocks, comprising f/KXJ
lots are dealt with. The writer of the re-
Don says the improvement is "so patent as
to require but the touch of Aladdin to pro
duce the effect." This may console property
owners who find that the total chargo Is
51G0.590 and that out of this the various «x
--penses reach the sum of &5D,«J91. So 60 per
cent of the total goes in outlay. Street ex
tension is a very ccstlv undertaking.
Judge Coff«f I. as received letters from a
young man in South Dakota asking him to
look closely into the administrative account
or his father, Frederick C. Nichols. The
Public Administrator h;is tho estato in hand
As the wholo property of the deceased con
sists of 35 ■hares of the First Nntional Hank
of San Francisco, the value of which is
appraised at $63001, it is not obvious why
there should be any heavy charges incurred
in turning ihe estate over to the rightful
inheritor. Bat the bill thus far presented
to the son amounts to $1200. if this is legal,
honest officialism it is time to revise the
scale of fees. It is not to be wondered at
that the son should thus appeal to Judge
Coffey: "Now, Jud«e, in the name of
heaven, don't allow such charges. 1 am a
poor boy and 1 have an invalid mother to
take care of."
One of the rumors of the election situa
tion in England Is that the Queen is disin
clined to summon Gladstone to farm a Cab
inet, and may ask the Duke of Devonshire,
a Liberal-Unionist, to undertake the task.
This would only bo a little change in the
situation. The present Tory Government
under Lord Salisbury has only held power
with th* help of the Liberal-Unionists. Jt
is a Government of Tories assisted, mainly
without oflice, by the liberal-Unionists
the only exception in office-holding being
Mr. Goscne.n, Chancellor of the Exchequer.
To out the Duke of Devonshire at the head
of affairs, with Lord Salisbury and his Tory
following in secondary grandeur, would be
a pretty way or putting toe cart before the
horse. The Queen has the constitutional
richt to ask any one she pleases to under
take the task of forming a Ministry, but it
is beyond the Queen's power to insure tun
port to him. If the Duke of Devonshire
took ollice, the effrontery of the maneuver,
after defeat a: the polls, would marshal the
whole strength of lira Gladstonlans into
protest, and the very first business, the de
bate on the address to tho Queen's ppeech,
could not pass without a crushing overthrow
upon a division. Ihea Mr. Qladttena would
be tin* Inevitable head of ths G vermnen',
whether tiie Queen liked it or not, for, as
i he old Dike oi Wellington used to say, the
Queen*! GoverameM must bo carried on.
The rumor is possible, but it is wild aud
will cud in smoke.
The Malay archipelago is acquiring a
reputation among quiet people as well as
geologists for volcanic activity. The erup
tion at Krakatoa is hardly out of mind
when news comes of another terrific con
vulsion of nature, accompanied by an ap
palling loss of life and possibly by as
grand physical phenomena as marked the.
other occurrence. We shall not know the
results for years if the volcanic vomit went
as high In the air as at Krakaton. Then,
as now, tlin sea was strewn with masses of
»«"Ors», an ; possibly now as Ul«e C*lnißti9
or t— infinitely light— dust have been
hot into the air 20 or 30 miles h gh t to
Do afterward thinned out into bands' by
atmospheric currents and carried com
pletely round the earth. It was these rib
bons of imponderable dust that caused
the gorgeous sunset glow a few years ago
and formed awful portends of disaster to
the superstitious, put the scientific man
took the phenomena in hand and deduced
from his observatinns a vast amount of in
terrstißg information for mankind. The
present cataclysm may extend our knowl
edge.
A railr.»a.l magnate cl Knglauil, Sir Ed-
Ward Watkin, chairman of half a dozen
railroads mid an uncommonly active wan
married the other »};iy at the age of 73 has
proposed as a means of soothing In land
the construction of a ship canal across the
Mund, and also th« construction of a tun
rii'l railway between Ireland and England.
These are commercial projects which <iv-
\f consideration, but why di t !f:ivo them
for diseassloo until Ireland has autonomous
government in SOBM Shape, Certainly a
ship canal between the lush S»>a and the
Atlantic i« h project <>v which Ireland sbi v d
have x methlng positive ta My in her own
interest. Mr Edward is the foremost pro
jector of the channel tunael between Sag
land and France, but he is not ullowrd to
go ahead. The English fear that s railroad
seised l>v treachery might mean an invasion
in uvei poweriDji force.
It is Consoling to learn that the pampero
off the Argaattne coast has net sent to the
bottom a couple of war-vessel?, which it was
feared would never again be heard from,
bat the torpedo-catcher, built on the model
of an English gunboat of evil reputation in
dirty weather, has either gone to Davy
Jones' locker or is a derelict, having been
abandoned by the crew. Why such a vessel
was sent on « voyage to Cadiz argues badly
for the prudence of seamanship in the Ar
gentine navy. Such is Uie enthusiasm of
the Buenos Ay res people in patriotic affairs
that, forgetful of tie fact that the country
is on the verge of bankruptcy and threatens
to repudiate its debt, they ate actually sub
scribing money to provide them with a new
war toy. The : anoi ly of war in as be sus
tained.
The disaster to this Argentine torpedo
catcher recalls that awful event in the his
tory of the British navy when, in crossing
the liay of Biscay; the cupola ship Captain
disappeared at night during ■ gale, and
nothing was ever heard of her or the crew
of 500 officers and men. '1 he vessel was
undoubtedly topheavy and bad turned
turtle without giving a chance to savo life.
Captain Cole*, inventor of the cv. Ola equip
ment, was (in board and v.as drowned with
the rest.
PEOPLE TALKED ABOUT.
:<iyard Killing believes in ghosts.
Cleveland "iodines to receive presents of
dogs : ■■•»> friends or strangers.
Daudot does not advise ywum people to
adopt literature ns h profession.
Gladstone made i,.> first speech in the
House of Cumoiona on May 17, 1833.
When Weaver was in Congress ho was
second only to ilolman as an objector.
Louis G. Breoa the famous torpedo
inventor, has been created ■ Knight of t>i •
Beta.
i>v. ftfonsigi Goddard, ex- EaipccM
Kugenie'i chaplain, has been compelled, in
consrquence of ill-health, to resign the pas
torate of fet. iry'a Church at ChiselhursL
1. C. Alvazovski, a noted Russian painter
of marine view, is preparing to send ■
special exhibit of Ms works to the World's
Fair. Ho is 7"« years of as**, and has re
ceived many honors la Europe.
W. T. Stead, Urn former editor of the Pall
Mall Gazette, has on foot an enterprise for
the translation of the >< rtptorea "into tli
lanjrnace of the ordinary man and woman
of our own time."
W. D. Bowella tells an interviewer thai
he makes at the outbid* from £10,000 to
$15,000 a year by bit pen. Mr. llowell*
says also, and most I'.'Oi'! ■ wil! believe him,
that lij3 work is the product of painstaking
effort) and never of the "line fro!i/>" of in-
ratios.
-••
School book* excliancfd. King's. 15 Fou:i»* at.*
J'ai.ack Uatiis. enlarged, be*utlned. Warm
sea-water lees and swimming. 715 Filbert. •
ANnnr.w •* itiTr/s Tkiau— Judge Trontl lias
po^tpoiifd lite r niltezz'.erneiit ca^s of Andrew
wti.ii- unlit August 30. wiira a new Jurjr will Le
Impaneled.
.J.F.('vtti:h'fOj.u Boituuon.— This celebrated
«bbky is for .sale by all r,is- elan drncgl«ts and
Crottrs. l iae«mart -tdi wliliiu a -I,;> 11. •
Alexander's Failukk.— j. it. Ait-xauder,
coutrnc«i»r and builder, in inrtntrti «lnce Janu
ary. IBOQ, lia* fail a. Mii llablliues foot ud
*1085 57; assets $800 4."., of which 5500 II
exempt. ■.-.-.:;.■■
Counx! cornn! warts! wan*! bunion?! bun
lonsl nio!e*t callout fle«li! peraHHMtill] reinovrO
wi;i;..ut pahi by Dr. l.niuotte's Preach l'*iiii
anu l>r. L»nio l«'i Fteucli ltuuiou PU&lert: 25
rt-nH. Sold bj all rl(UKgl«t<i and choestoies.
Depot 1019 Market stravc. han Fiauciico. •
Big Day's \\\.»k — The l Un lusi was one of
tlie l)pavl««t days In lie lil-tory of the County
Clerk's office. 4«J coruptnlut* liavioc been tiled on
that d:iy. ]! .1 tecord of Blloca w<« broken
only once abour two year* ago, when 02 cotn
plalnti were ii.finie<i over the counter with tbe
$7 00 fee In each case.
The peculiar medical properties of Haul's Sars»
ji.iriiia are soon ai parent after takliii; It. One i»-iy
says: "Itsbowg tti woo. eflect quicker th*a any
other medicine 1 ever saw." Try it
AxoosTrKA Uittfrs. the world-reoowned South
A mcrlcan tppetlzer, cure* <1 yspejisia, etc. I>r.J. G. H.
ftiegert A Sons.Mla nunufactarers.
' >•''■' H.rr t"**. t.Vk « in'v SIS S:itt<T «tre*t
ROTICI or MCCTI .><;•».
ISr~Jr* <alir>niii» < Imptt-r No. ft. It. M~
Bfc^' a. M.. win moon THIS fVUESDAY) £\
EVI MM.. .Inly 1.. at 7:::o o'clock. liusl-'Jr J7
ne<s aud I*. M. and 21. IS. 21. degrees. l!y or- fyy\
der of the li. I"
1 PKANKUN H. DAY. Secrrtary.
»-"3*» Golden it« ! ..ii K «- No. :;<i. i\ A
i*~*' and A. M.— Called meeting THIS tk
(it'ESbAY) h\ r.>:.M.. July 1«. at 7:30^*7/
o'clock. D. 3. /^\
J^ gEO. J. HOPE. SecwUrjf
B^ss=* Has i.. I.oil C • ■-•!». I. i iimn
Sr^c (i. <- f.— The fuurril detail win j£fc&-'fSf\
please -et in our lodge-room THIS IsHAEXP
TUESDAY, at '_' P. M. sharp, tf> at- * i *®t&*~
leu.! the f uii.r.ii of our late brother. WU.i.iam A.
H"l l>! N K. c. JfcNSEN, .N.(J.
.*<amitki> I hi : v -.. -, Secretary. X
3- 2i ' 'i-lriaii P..ii«v.| nt So- a
***»' clety— Officer* ami member*. ><'-t^*J_^
are hereby nofllieo !■• aiteml > our r-i-uUr i" 1
n [;:ig on WIiDNKSUAY KVJMNu fl^^^H
July UU. at your hall, 4 13 Suiter St., at h **J 4>J
o'clock shim, am iti«inl>er< »re rr<|Utstfd to at-
tend for Important business and donation By
ordtr M. SCAN A IK 11. Vrtr.
N. Ho i.1.l. vqkk. Itc. Sec. jylH it
P 3 ' Annual ■»!«•• li:.«-Tli« ) ;iilnr An-
•-^ ijual iiierllnK n.' kl- rkhoiders of t lit- ]<«k»:au
I'lanUtton C"i!, i au> will be held at the om. of the
company, 327 Market »L, ban Francisco. California,
on MONDAY, tho Ist day of aucum, at the hour of
1 1 o'clocx *. m., for the purpose of ritrrtlnga itoiird
of Directors to dorvo for th* eu^ulne year, and the
transaction of such other bii^lne-s as iimy come be
fore the meeting;. Transfer i.o.rkn will oioae on
THURSDAY. 28, at >• o'clock r. m
_jy!Btd _____ a:-, n. HHKLDON. Boer-fry .
WTS" The Twc-ntr-.h1r.l Annual Session
»-* ' or tho California SUM Dental Assoclatloi
will be held at 1»« '.iir.-l it ..■<•.. :.,) floor) Sun
rrancttco, commencing; TUKSDaY, July 19 at 10
o'clo«K a. m.. and contloulne 4 days.
. '»»? - ! l W. A. K\(i«'l,|.;n, SecreUry.
P "5?" "IB" «.f 1.a.1> Wmhlilii:!.. . < m a 1.-
-*-»' dated company, room «3. Serbia Uiock. »v«
■ontiromorj ' »t.. am* Francisco, Cal.,Julyi3 i-> .
'I be itunuiil nteotlo* ot t:,e stockholders 'or 'tho
Hbov»-!.Min>d company tor the election or director*
to servo (or thr riMUlnx year aud tti» transaction of
. such other busiucs* a< iu*y l»e bresente.l will be
held ... WFDNfc^DAY. July 27. 1893 (the last
\\ednrsd.ty In July), at tho in ii r <.f 1 o'clock F m
on that day. at tho oillce of tha company In thii
cltr. „1/V" lfer h ° o1 " * l " i, rl,.»e<l on SATURDAY,
July 23. lsi*a. at \2 o'clock *.
Jriatd i.. osßQliy. Secretary.
_-^» A 111111..1 M....|: I lie l> ul»r ,\n-
»■-" i.v I ii..-etinE of ths stockholders of the Vlr-
Clnla and Gold 11111 Water Compai.y will bo held at
t J?"° m > 'Y e of tno company, room 15. > emu Illoch
?^?ir.? I tC0IT "' rsr st., (> ' an Francisco, Cat., on
IHUi:.sDAY. the 28th flay of July. 103 at the
tour of one . 1 . o'clock r. m . f.,r th' purpos* of
electinif a board of trustees to serve for tne r .mi ,
log *c and for the transaction or sneb oilier busi-
ness as may come before the meeting.
_ .. , tv. W. HTETaow. Secretary.
Fr.inclaco. July 11, 1802. Jyl2 td
|Kjs" .\ii.iii-i! >!*-eliiic.-The U« nlar An-
nr-— nii.il int>eiitiir of tba «t<><-kiiol of the Kir-
ernlile Mill and Mining Company will be held 1! me
otHcfi ot the company, room 06. Nevada Idock. >ari
Kr. lichen, CaA. on TUESDAY, tho Vtith day of
. ?• ••■■-'. at the boar of - "'clock, for the purpose
of el.rtin«ra board of direct. to nervo fur Hie oa-
mil ear. and the transaction or such other busi-
jiMjas may t-otiie before the meeting Transfer
books will close on SATURDAY. .In. v VI at la
o'clock m. fjy7 t«J J. BTADI H-...N. secretary.
_T_J- Annual Slot-Hug— ft«>L'U'ar An-
r^*, iiunl meeting of ■'•« »toe 1 lers of tho
I.onton Consolidated Company will bo held at the
oClcoof the company, :?1H I'lno it., room 10. San
Clsc .°' v C i'« on WEDNESDAY, the (last
Wednesday) jTlii day of July. IB9i. at the hour of
1 p. m.. for Use purpose or electing a board of
directors to servo for the •n«utn| year, and the
transaction of reek other business as teal come
before the meeting. *
Traosler-books will close on Saturday. July S3
■»*£••• -.„ V. B. ALL hN. Secretary. '
omce-319 1' no St., room 10. baa Francisco.
CaL jylOtd
MKKTIM; XOT.CE«-COXTI.\'i;ED.
KS* Annual >iee tlmr«— The Been nr An-
Sir-= ? uual meeting or stockholders In the Savane
Mining Company will be held on THURSDAY.
the 21st day or July, 1892. at the office of the
company, room -i. Nevada Block, 309 Montgomery
st , san Francisco, Cal., at the boot of 1 o'clock p.
m. Transfer books will close ou Monday, the 18th
of July, 1832, at 3 o'clock p. M.
jy6td K. B. HOLMES. secretary.
»:_-S» Tli« Annual .Me«>tlii(r «»f BtoekkoM-
m^& ers of the Merchants' F.xchange Bank of
San Francisco will be held <>n TUESDAY. August
2, IS9B. !.t 3 p. m., at 320 Sansome St.. room 9, lor
the. election of directors for the ensuing year, and
the transaction of such i ther business as may come
before I le meotl QEO. 11. KELLOGG. Secretary.
San 1 r.i: ■-(•.. i ;i > 10, 1892. jyio to au'2
DIVIDEND mi; iokb.
P>^s?» Dividend Nnli<«- -otlU-K of the Xc-
&-*» vada Queen Mlni::^ Coßßaay. San Fran.
Cisco. .Inly IH. Ij^9-'. Atameetliig or :iie board
Of .hie ton or the above -aa i ..I company,
bo 'i .'<■ - ii.<y. a dividend. No. 1. or 20c p. r Mum
w»s declared; payable Monday. July 25. 1892.
Traiisfer-books will et«so THURSDAY, July 21,
ISU2, the hour or Ir. m.
jy!9 td It. R. GKAYSON. Secretary ._
■ »T» I>ivl«l«ntl Notice— of th« I ■»!>-
-t- ' Us Mining Company, San Francisco, Jaly 12,
1892. At a inertln? or the board of directors or
the above-named company, bold this day. adivi-
tier.d. No. ■'. of 12 cents per share was declared,
payable July 18, 1893. Transfer-books will close
July 16. 1892, at the hour of 1 o'clock p. 11.
Jy 1 .1 1 1- M. HALL. Secretary.
Rl^*r* Th* 1 Ca)ifi>i i>la Savins* »ml Loin
mr~*r Society, cor. of Powell aad Eddy sts.— For
ttie half year eudlng Juue 30, 1 .-t*-jr. a dividend has
been declared at tue rate ol tve and lour-tcntbs
(5 4-10} pot cent per annum on term deposits, Bad
lour and one-half i iv) per cent per annum on or-
dinary deposits, free or taxes, payable on and after
Friday. July 1. 1892.
1.--.' '. lm VEHNON CAMPBELL. Sprretarv.
bPKCIAIJ -NOTICES.
»J2j-» «■:••■: I ami Outinc Suit* nt AVltolo-
*-*>' sale prices. 21 S.iusome St.. upstairs, jy IS lm
V£~&* Dr. Charloa !'.. Blalco Kraaoved
a*-^ rrom 200 Stockton to Crocker Building. ]IM 7
gf^» l>r. IClbrau'fi Indies' Kc. ,*-f— I'e-
t±~& liable, prompt and ante in any and all cases
of aeppr*aaod m rases; cause no matter. Sole agent,
l)r. Rpttsy, i*. I'll., the i'arl 1 , Pharmacy, 301 Fourth
St., S. F. See to-morrow about fits. ood it
ff^S=» Clsaa. A*Jiti)ii. 411 Monteomery St.
aV-^ Rem»collecte<l: flre to ranee. fe39 ood
9-~E* Or. HmM. I -315 .''lnrUct. >luri>hr IJM..
Cr- ' room* 5:5 nd 54; diseases or women. jy 16
-P3- Mr*. Hsjil I.onl-iirnke Will Bo at
Bj-jS' tho Fioronce, cor. Powell ami Ellis st».. for a
fbw days oaly; ui;i give privets sittings and pub-
lic seances for spirit communication; csychromati;
roodlags and dlagaosta of disease a specialty ;
hours— y a. M. to 4 f. m. jyl7 31*
fjf-j»» All • «mnl« Irregularities orOtho*
BV-*'' coiid.tlons, f rom whatever • anse, restored In
1 day by electric treatment; safe, painless and
gnaranteed MRS. DR. M. STRASSMAN.9I6 Posttr
CK2J=» ''Hilj ItobertSj l"<-i in m.i.t at 96J
•a-*" Mission st»— Uutli.-.. massi-ge; new attend-
ant jy!7 4t*
2?" I'riv + tt* lfoaao in <'i>iititieiii««iit; B»-<»t
Or-«^ or care; price, * '0; 30 ) ears' experience;
home coinfi rts. loOOaicst. * jyltilm
Vt^of" i> . iii-.»ii.t« BfcAaley Wood: Spe-
fcv~^ claiist lv tbo cure diseases by bob or new and
efflcici.t umans. 1120 Mission, btt. 7tn and etli. lm
f-g" .:..li ■ i. Iy<n-, Nota > I'nlilic mil
C*^*" ('omniissloner of Deeds, office 607 Hoatgom
cry; telephone 6439: residence 2202 «'i?,»-r.)«-y tf
Vtras* »€M»b:« ■-•.ujrlit assdl sold. Kins Rro*.,
•*»*' 3 Fourth nt.. near .Marker. mr37 tr
S£TjgF» l.ail Tenants Kject«>il forlSl. <'o!l»-c-
-&-*' tiot>a made, city or country, larlflc Collec-
tlon Co., 415 Mont^ <ry. R. 0: Tel. 05i50. dc2'J tr
Rr^3?» Whitentns itoonu; Si I p; r»i>f>rinr.
*»-** »5 up. UEO. HARTMAN. 513 Third at> jy» tf
Mme.Sattlo . French Mtdwlfr; Ch<-er-
"^_ fol fauiue la confluemeat. 1 109 Mission J7 3in
t»^ss" Proa I.a<lv F«»!tlT«ty Caret '.In ■-
f*-»^ inaHsin ntid all pain. GJbOearyst. je22 3m
re^§v» I'rlvtlr hoiiid in coiifiiinui nt. >i r *~.
a-** Flmierty. 410 Cleuientiua.bL stn and Otii. 3ia
'~vf A l".i»--nnii»' to I,=»<l|o«— Initxot Ito-
m~-*s lief for 1110 thtr brrogalar tiei (from whic-
t\tr cause); patients w:i) lure- beeu lmpo«e;l upoa
st cn&Bcceulaliy treated by others aepoclailj la-
vtted: board Bad ri>illful attention during coiinio-
moat: adTico free. Uit a M h < IIA V EN. ZfafostSt.
BTS^ tlr<i. I»r. Scholtz'.Prlvnt" Homo in
Is -V coiihuement aud tenia.* diseases. 510
Hayes_st. : je27 3m
ir^r*L!»ilie«!Sure<'nr»-, \iivlll:>l.lCe<t<>r<-<l;
-> ■£■• uo opentlsn or risk :boiiie:iowr«e.r.free,only
DrtA Hes. A nth ax.'.".'9 Kearny :r.|iis9l.safegusr.lss.
Private ails urinary, I»lood.n.debllltv,<i«iect-«,
obesity.ttc.sooiicured.Th' cblidlessuia.leuarent*. lm
'ft~h' .S.«f>. liaro ami „ •,,!> i>;i,r for
£>-*' all monthly trretrn aritloa, Irom any cause,
without t!)e use of Instrument*. Board, with all
tne cotufom arid prlvary of home daraaa con9ne-
lueut. luf.xms adopted if daslred. Treatment
guaranteed or no charge. Advice lie.-. DR. and
lIKS. BKAI.K, 404 Golden Qat» avonne. je3 2 m
|t"S"' All I<>ma'e lrrrjrulariti«s restored
BV-*' at (..re by our • bratod treattuentssafe an I
guaranteed at any period: can be asetl at home:
I'llla. 91. Dr. anil Mrs. M. Stra^^n.an. 916 Post st. tt
ftT2r» Attention— Trench Female Pilla Sar-
*>- 0 ' pr»« aiiyihlng of trie kind as a female remedy;
always relied upon for monthly IrreguUrltie*, ot>-
ttrurtiO'i*. constipation, etc.; ladies who ars en-
< <it should not use loom to guard agaaa.«t a mls-
carria?c; price *1. Address Allis m. A VIES.
12;:tf Markgt st. Murphy bnlid , room aX mrS tf
*t_-l&-* I'iitatK Hobbo ("on ll'i< iii.-nl Re <an-
*r~^ able. MRS. I'FKIFKR. 2U:<orul<om. :i, SS3fll
V^S' *'»niion to " -■»«• • — I »-• N«C Km lin-
•"S-**^ potednpoa by quack* who copy parts of :ii
sdvertisements or Dr. and Mrs. Hare.'i. and ar* pre-
(Dmat'iy too Igaoraat to write their own; $iuj win
l»| aid tor ai.y case or femala irregular; Me* they ci-.
aotrure Office. 'It* lost si S. F. .hah to Sp. h.
»"-£=• C»no«r 1.1..1 »., Now Method: No
aV-*" operat:on. DR. F. F. OLMSI EAD. 524 • I l».
gfc^S^! emulo I>l*oaa SnrcrsufullTT-^Mtrd
•WiP MRS DR. FL*NKE.l4loFl;btb.Alameda.l3»
ttt^- l»r. C. C. O-»ortnr!]-'«nir« mil Km.
B»--^ M* tor YV>ttniirtoa a.,.i Kanrur («t«. nsyo I
WpTj~ Wnkhn andJewelrv nep*lr«Hi.'W.
»-*' R, SI MMIIIMAWS. 4 bUtb St. le2o 631
E^3s=* lloYour it.fi rroshlo You ? If So
Ur*£r t'.-ieM.t . • in -it 323 Keany 3ni
fCgr» i'liviite Hoaaa in Confinement— 9«l
B>~-*^ Folv»m. Mm. M. f, Ho.lgpr<. N|.!w -,:«■ ai.lfrtm
Mil. ATI ON. s— t h.MALt.
SITUATION WANTF.U FOR AS K.Nul.I -li
clrl to do central housework. Ani>ly to .) F
CROSETT A CO . 312 Sutter st l"
1708 RELIABLE HELP GO TO MISS PLUN-
-I_KETT,424 Sutter it, near Powell; teL 5172. it
T AI>Y WANTS PLACE AS~IIOUNEK EEPI.R ;
mj widower's family ; eblldron no objection; city
or country. Aawrooa City, box 115, Call Branca
Office. far 18 ; i *
l.\rt RIEN< ED LADY OH GK N T I. E M A n
Ij< nurse; reference. .< Apply Oabrlolts place : 3*
lI' OMAN 30 YEARS O F A-.K WAN!- POSI<
*• tlon as housekeeper Ib private lod^jinc
Apply 703 Union -• jyl'J 31 •
V\' IS TED ! -i I lON AH CHILD'S NURSE BY
" American woman. Address American, boa
149. Call Branch Oflice. Jys9 St*
V OCNG GIRL LATELY FROM GERMANY
1 wishes lUoatlon for cenentl housework or
nursegiri in German family. call at 69 Minna
street |j I ■» st*
» N EXPKRIENCF.D YOUNG LADY WISIIKS A
t\ homo at soin« dres>makai's. or do upstairs
work and sewing; would so dogoaeral beuse work
In a family or 2. Ploaaocal oradmMoa,for* days.
15 Lai'ilce street, oir Eighteenth, bet Valenrl.i
an 1 Guerrero. Jyli'2t*
EXPERIENCED SHOEFITIER WISHES 1,.\1
1J dies' wor* to do at home. Ad4roM c. k. < ii ■•-
nery .In t Mateoand MlgDeL, jy 1 2t*
EKPERIEMCED SWEDISH GIRL WANTS TO
get a good place for veneral housework la Oak-
land. Call or write to 74» Howard si Jyia 3t»
* EKM \N WOMAN WISHES ANY 1. 1N.. OF
» T housework, washing and cleaning Dy i.ie day.
535 Stevenson st. Jyl9 3t»"
l\" ANTED— SITUATION to do L!GHT~HOI!SE.
** work or second work. Apply 2i06» Ph:e
street. jyij at*
\\ ANTED— BY A RKSPKCTAIH.K WOMAN,
•' wtrk by the gay, waablßg or boaaoel^aa ing.
C 22 Jones St., cor. Post. jyl9vt*
PESPECIABLE GIKL WISHES POSITION TO
lido general bouework: first-class reference.
I'^ll nl -» ' 1 1.111. ton, near Howanl. jyiy at*
\\ANTED— GERMAN '.1 1.1. WANTS PLACE IN
" private taiall/ for housewort and rooking.
Call Pre» otl House Office JylS)2t*
VolMi GIRL LAThLV FROM EAST WISHES
1 to 00 general housework In American family. 9
Meuau place, oIC Filbert st, bet. Stockton and Dv-
P"Ut Jyl9 2t*
pOMPETENT SWEDISH GIRL WISIIKS MTU-
" ' atlon to do second work In American family.
IK.l Fourteenth St.. bet 00 and Castro. jyl9 2t*
pOMPI lENTCOOB NO OBJECTION TOGKN-
\J arat housework la small American family. V 415
Clay st; 110 carls. jyl9 St*
T? I R ST-CLASS"~I)RV;SSM AX ER WANTS I' l7sT-
-1 lion In ramliles; good cutter and fitter: or take
work home. Ml*S 1. BABDKN, 518Oeary. 19 2*
/■•Ml 1 1 -. : GIRL WANTS SITUATION FOR
\J general homework. Call 230 Firth, |yl9 2t*
pIBL LATE LV FROM THE EAST WISHES
* > sit nation to do second work or care of children
Call i:'.J' a '*« v i- jylO2t»
pELIALLE WOMAN WISHES ANY KIND OK
JV work by the day. Apply &43 Ash are. bob*
LaKiinast. jyli> ft*
SITUATION WANTED iff YOUNG DANISH
k^ girl to do Hunt housework; Is very neat. Call
or address 701 Mission at. Jyl9
RKSSM A K KR~VV7SHKS EXGAOEM ENTsTvY
the day: tailor system. Call 350 Third. •
/ OMPKTEN'I YOUNii SWEDISH WOMAN
\ 1 wishes work by trie day of any kinc: references
ir required. 1 aM at 81:' Vallejo st. it*
OMAN WANTS WOW BY" DAT : WASIIINO
or noustcteanlng. Call or address HS'A
Shlpeyst, near FUtn. •
OMAN WISHES TO GO OUT BY THE DAY;
washing. Ironing and houseclcaning. Apply
43 Wast MUslon st •
/■•IRL, IC, WISHES PLAOK TO DO LIOIIT
• • housework until 7 i vrnii. : Bleep home. Ad-
dress Girl, box 143, Call Branch ORlce. •
, lIIMAN GIRL WANTS TO DO CHAMBKR.
'» work la Intel; no waiting nt table. Address
German, box 141. Call Branch omce. ' •
HONEST OJSRMAM GIRL WOULD I.IKB TO
attend cither candy or baker store; no axaorl
ence. Address airt, box 141. Call Branch Office. •
YOUNG GIKL WOULD LIKE SITUATION ...
1 do light bousework and inimi baby; best refer-
et.ces given. Apply 1918 Mar St. •
ITU ATION* AM TED BY COMPETKN'T
woman to do housework; American family; is
good cook and laundress; good refereuce. Please
call iw'24 Howard at., room ti. . •
pOMPI 1 t- N r UIBL DESlfti S PLACE as COOK
VJ in first-class American family; Eastern and city
reference; wages $30; city or Oakland. Please call
1413 Baker st, •
/ ■ I KMAN woman wants housework and
vj cooking la small family. 632 Green St., 80. I
In the rear. * •
SUABLE WOMAN WANTS WORK iv THE
1\ day, hou«orleanmg. Call at 31» Minna St., bet
Fourth ati Fifth. •
I MUM ( LASH DtIKsSMAKER WISHKS A FEW'
J^ more engasetnentj by the day. Address F. P..
box 141, (ill Branch Omce. «
T-TRST-CLASS GERMAN COOK WANTS SITU-
-1 ati«a In boardlng-boiiae In city; understands all
kinds or cooking: good reft reucn given, Call 8,12
Mission st. ' . ♦
1I»1»LE-AGKD LADY, SPEAKING FRENCH
and German, wishes altaatioa to take care of
children of » small family, Call 'M Sato taa st, bet.
Flr^t and Second. -■■-.- • - ■;
I 'KRMAN GIRL WISHES SITUATION IN AN
'» American family 10 do geueral housework.
Call or address l'M'/j Fair Oaks St. *
SITrATI«»Ks-CONTI?«UKr>.
OMAR WANTS A SITUATION TO DO GKN-
*' era! housework. Call 71 Teh .tin a st. *__
RESPECTABLE GERMAN WOMAN WISHES
to do tteai honsewor* or Heat housekeeping in
small family; low wages. Apply 310 Fourth St.,
room 14. •
/^OMPF'TENT WOMAN WISHES TO GO TO
v work by the day, week or month: und rst»nils
all Kinds of work; best of references. Call 121
11 ton st. •
/"COMPETENT WOMAN WANTS WORK BY THE
\J day; washing or housscleaulng. Call oratldre*3
112 Grove st., upstairs. •
pOMPETENT WOMAN WANTS WORK BY THE !
\J day: washing or housec!eanlng. Call or address
ll«I '-■. Mission -.i. ~ *
COMPETENT GERMAN HIRI. WISHES A FEW i
V sternly eueat;ein^iit< by the day; beoaecleaama
or plain . okla -. Please call ltd 1 Hyile st. •
TKUS rWORTBT woman wants situation
i- to do housework; with 2 cbHJren : good cook;
no wagea. ; . r.-.s S. 1... box 17. £ ii i 4 omce. 1
V'OUNG GERMAN GIRL WISHES A SITU A-
-1 Moo; take c.ire children; do light honiework.
Apply 1309 Stockton st. JvlS St*
VOUNO GIRL WITH REFERENCES WISHES
I situation to do general housework In American
family: good cook and laundress; uo postals. Call
at 415 Clementina at. jylB 2t»
SITUATION WANTED BY A YOUNG GIRL;
housework and cooking: raCaroasoo. Call BM
Lark 1 11 st, j>lB 2t*
RESPECTABLE WOMAN WANTS WORK BY
li theday: washing, housecleaulng or <iii -c won.
Please call E. G.. 532 Bryant st, ]y!9 at*
(lKi. wishf;s situation do general
vJ hou^ewcric and cookln?. Call 314 Tehama.iy^*
COM PETEST, REPINED AND EDUCATED
German lady wants position as housekeeper for
respectable gcntlemaa: cm give best nr referoacoo.
Please rail or address 222 Eddy st., MRS. HART D-
WEGEN. Jyl7 3t*
VOI'XG WOMAN WISHES FEW MORE :v
1 gagora^uts to do housework by the day; reter-
eiicw. Address H. 11.. box 137. Call Brauca. 17 3t«
L'IKS 1-CI.ASS \YAI i RESB WOULD LIKE SITU-
-1 ation tv a restaurant. Call or address '.)-$ How-
ard St., room '">. Jyl7 3t*
pOMPBTENT GERMAN WOMAN. MIDDLE-
\J a^ed. Ntahoa situation to do plain cooking or up-
stairs Work or general housework ia »niali (amity.
Call 42 lurk st. jyl7 3t»
\\ ANTED— BY A COMPETENT GIRL~SITUA-
'* tlon to do general housework. Appivlll UN
teentli st, jyl7 3t*
I A DIES WANTING GOOD HELP APPLY MISs
J^TKVI.IN. 1118 Market St.; open evenings. I.i 7*
SITUATIONS— MA I>K.
Vii! MAN, '.'5 YEARS OV ABE. WBLLEDU-
-1 rated, willies work of any kind In wholesale or
retail store, where there la a chance to rise; beatol
rererenceg. D. L. S . 1,. x 62, this • fhc«. jy I .> tf
\%* ANTED EMPLOYMENT —Al ENU INK'S
*» biaci(strith: expeit on mechanics' Coots; 15
years' experience hast. Address 8., box IS. this
oflise. ft 19 7t*
LMRST-CLASS SINGLE GARDENER WANTS
C tituatlon in private family ; can also grow flowers
for the market if desired. Address Competent, box
32, tills oiliiei. Jyiyst*
IV ANTED-BY FIRST-CLASS CARPENTER
" fUensan) steady job; no objection to wages;
has family to anpnort; city or country. A ildress A.
W.. box 141. Call Branca Office. Jyl9 M*
A'OCNii MAN, HANDY WITH TOOLS. PAINT-
-1 lug. elaxing. wnlte-wasainsr, etc., wants work;
will work reasonable. CLINTON, box 47. this
pace. jyiy at*
ynlNtf BOY 14 YEARS OF AGK WANTS SIT.
I uatlon on ranch or farm, or wl.e.e in the
country where he can make himseir generally boo-
ful. Please call or nfidruss 911 Valltfjn st. jy!9 St*
I>OSITI<)N WANTED BY YOUNG MAN IN
wholesale or retail hardware-store: has bad ex-
perience: Rood references. Address J. J., box 131,
Call Branch orhee. Jyl9 3.*
GOOD BAKER AND PASTRY COOK WANTS
nituation. Address JOHN KA! I.i:. 209 Lrides-
dorff «t. Jyl9 It*
\' OUNG CHRISTIAN (20). SPEAKS ENGLISH
• and German, wants work of any kind. Address
THKODOR BKRUMANN.O2* pine st. •
ITHO PRINTER - TRANSFEREE DESIRES
1 i •.:tu;.tio.i. Api>iy, stating terms, Etch, box
19. Call Branch O3lce. •
(JOBEK, ACTIVE BARTENDER AND WAITER
k wants a few hours' work: old hotel and saioou
man; bandy a:l round. A. M., Cole's Restaurant,
Howard ■«:.. near First. 18 7i*
V\ AN TED-SITUATION A3 SUPERINTEND-
* oat or I < man or KtacblßO-altop; 13 year*' ex-
perience* tor the last 12 years as draughtsman and
ior<Mu»n la San I raaclaeo. Address 1 r.iti<;ninan,
box 107. Call Branch office. jylti 3t*
LLl't HIV MAN. USED TO KITCHKn WORK,
wants p;.L-e; can help at the lancb or dinner
honr: sr.iall waie*. Address P. HINRIDSAN.
Oriental Hotel, cor. Drumm and Washington. 18 3*
STEADY. . I ABLE SCANDINAVIAN WANTS
0 work of any k tad: can drive and care for horses
good refcr«»c«s. Address Work, box 137. C»ll
I'.r.iii. b ofi.ee. jylBSt*
V'OUNG MAN, 16.GRADUATF: LINCOLN «RAM-
I 11 ar School, living with parents, wlaooa a sit-
uation in a wholesale house or office. Address or
call 26 Silver st. Jj 18 31*
V'OUNG MAN WISHES SITUATION AS SALES.
I 11. an In r<-tall croeery: go>d tity references Ad-
dress R. A. .box frO, thlsoSne. jy 18 St*
V" OUNG man WANTS SITUATION IN WHOLE-
• sale grocery or commission bouse: experienced,
and can give good city references. Address R. A.,
box 91. this omce. ]yIM 3t*
VOI'XU MAN 19 YEARS OF AGE WISHES BIT-
I uatiou on ranch or as driver of milk wagon ;
best ot rererences. Address L. V., box 121. mis
office. jy 1 8 3t*
V OUNG GERMAN LIVING WITH HIS PARENTS,
1 a«e 19. wishes any kind ot work. Ad<!res« M. ,
box H3. Call Branch OBce. ]> 1-1 2t*
pY FIRST-CLASS WINEMAKER AND bl¥-
'> tiller 1.0 nnuerstands csre of wine and bot-
tllBK; best of references. Wine. hoi 47,thls office. 7*
V« ANT POSITION; AS COLLECTOR. WATLH-
*' manor janitor: can riTe rotoroaea or bends.
Addre-s C»li»otor. box 137, Call Branch. ]>■ 17 81*
yot'Nli MAN WITH 7 YEARS' EXPERIENCE
1 la grocery «nJ crockery business wuuts worn
in city or country; small wagom. U, box 141, Call
Bra • tifflce, jyl7.it*
MA CHIN 1 ST. cool) VISI HAND. WANTS A
sjtuat'ou; city or ccuatry. Address 1009 Mis-
sion it. jy!7 3t*
U'ANTED-WORK OF SOME KIND BY COM-
*' I'i'ii-MiMii; Is used to care of bones and work
In private stable: can mjikaad do vegetable garden-
lag Bad wor. on agentientan's place. Address 5
Market St. room 15. jyltt 7t*
MIDDLF-AGED MAN WANTS SITUATION IN
private faialiy; take care r>ea. cows and cen-
era! work around place. Address 9 Washington
street. jylo* st*
»V' ANTED — BY A 1 4- YEAR-OLD BOY. WITH
•' *:iJht knowledge i.f typesetting, altaatloß
where bo can advance. A. 8.. box 67 t tits office. 10 4*
YOUNG G E K ll A N WANTS SITUATION TO
I milk cows, toad borOM and work aronu ulace:
is competent and lias food references. GEkKGE
W<»: I. ■». i'-i-\ 2. tti;«i ..Mi. .-. iv i:< lot*
"KJIALb H . i.i v» »m. 11.
/■MMMBEK MaTdT TO AHSISI WASHING, S2O
V-' cook, 8 luen, '.'5; dishwasher, 9 i>: second girl.
$20, arid one at*i.">; waitress, cnuntrr hotel,
and girls for housework, city and country. R. T.
WARD A- CO.. 810 Cla] st. •
\V ANTED— COOKS FOR THE SPRINGS. $35;
II small resort. Santa Cruz Mountains, 30. free
fire; small 1 .■:« . near city. <40; restaurant. ci j ?;50
and room: cbambstw country betel; J-": wall
ress, Nevada, *J5, free tare; Vtrgli i t City. $.5 and
fare: other country hotels and reaorta, *-.» aad
S2Vi several chambermaids, assist waltla<, coun-
Irp, SVO; cooks, housework, second and a arse girls.
$30. ?25 and $-0. Apply to C. K. HANSEN' A CO.,
no Geary St. 1
1 ' R. II ANSEN 4tC«».>Bl MyT.o\MKNT OFFICE.
V • open evenin;s bet. 8 and 9. 110 Geary st. 1
\» ANTFD— WAITRESB.COUN 1 HOTEL. J20~;
*' housework, conutry, •_' In f»in!ly, $20; German
and Sueuioh girls for housework, $25: German or
Fieuch nurse, *•-.">; 2 Fioacb aars s, *20; 2 sirls for
Second work, f ao, at DELURME i ANDRE'S 320
Satter. __^ 1
\\ AITRESS AND ('II AMBEUMAID, ALA M Kl> A.
"* $20; .•;> housework giris, city. »20. *25 and
».<>; Borki t Oakland. Alauieila, San Rifae!,
Crows laadiag, Courilatid, S/J& and $30; mitldlc-
aijed Protestant woman, country, housework, $30;
Swedish second girl, city, ¥23; 10 jroang girls, as-
slat housework, fts: 2 second girls. S2O. Apply
Miss Cl/I.LKN. 103 Stockton St., room 2. 1
VI ANT D— CO M COOK N A~PA CO., 35";
*' >;• onitgirls for Oakland and San Mate*, 525;
I ProteMant second siris for city puces. svr> cacti;
rmaa nurse ami seamstress. ?J5: kttchen-tn.it d,
S/2o; 100 gins to nil bousework places at $30. $25
and )f2o In city and Ci v itry. Apply MISS PLUNK-
KTT.424 Sutter st, it
\l' ANTED— 2O GIRLS TO FILL GOOD SITUA-
>> lions. MISS HIRI>. 705 Polk st. •
GIRL WAN ii- TO DO LIGHT HOUSSWottK
and take care children. Apply at 1000 Lois.
bard St.. cor. Leavenworth. jyU>t!
1 • IKL, 12 OK 13, CAKE LITTLE GIRL; SMALL
VJ wages. 18_Ma»oa. jrl9 3t*
GIKL FOB LIGHT HOUSfcWORK; AUK 15 TO
20. 14 16 Callforuia. Iyl9 3f
■ .'BENCH NUR S X WISH ES TO CAKE FOR
r child. 4 VareßßCf. ft., bet. Filbert and Union,
Dupoiit and Kearny. I». <; aribaldi. jylD.Sf
pOOS l.Al>¥ Wai RtSSKS. 218 KEARNY.
V J basement: good wact-s paid; call early, jy 19 at*
, 1111.. l!OlsK\Mi:K; SCANDINAVIAN PHE-
Vi foricd. 2094 Market. jyi9 at*
p E R M A N GIRL, 1. hN . RAL HOUSEWORK. SW.
VJ cor. Twenty-fourth and Dlauioml. Jyl9 2t*
SI OUT YO UNO WOMAN AS A FORKING
i> keeper In BBMII baarding-house, near City;
must nndtrstaml butlnAss thoroughly; Scutch Prot-
estant prer«rrcd. Address tor 3 days S. W., box
137. Call Branch «irnce. . •
COOK WANTED; A GERMAN PREFERRED-
wages &5. If 16 Sacramento St., nr. Franklin.*
W ANTED-NURSEGIRL; ONE LIVING AT
»» hiima aad near the <Joir|cn We»t. A) ply MRS
J. .1. WOLF, room 137. GolJen West Hotel. 1
YOUNG GIRL FOR LIGHT HOUSEWORK:
1 sleep homo. 1014 Jackson -.i . nbove Mason. •
A FPKENTICE 575 V FISTS. 123 ill ill" ST.
XV. •
\ Ol'Mi GIRL TO ASSIST WITH Liu ll I'
1 housework; sleep line. 410 Franklin st. •
rpAILORLSS ON .CUSTOM COATS— N ON X .CUT
1 flrst-i toaa. 440V a Ciemactina it. •
GI TO WAIT AT TABLE. CALL 11&5 MAK-
ketst •
0 OR 3 GIRLS; MUST BE GOOD DANCERS.
— Call i ■i.;, at 10 o"clock, 110 Moutgouiery ay».,
c 'o-iii<i|nti i saloon. •
ANTKD — A GIRL TO ■ HELP WAIT ON
'* tabio in coffes-hoase. 013 Market St. ■ •
K'XPIiKIENCED WAITRESS— NO UIHEB NEED
1 '..,:>•: $"0 per mouth: married woman pra-
rorrodj must sleep home. 227 Geary, basement. •
V IT, RESPECTABLE QIRL, ABOUT 15
J-\ years, to mind giown children. 18 AliUtor. •
V' OUNU GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK AND PLAIN
1 rooking. Apply 406^ Grove at. •
FOR LIGHT HOUSEWORK. APPLY 419
Have* *:.. crockery -store. •
G| GENERAL HOUSKWORK. APPLY
f at B:'3 O'Farrou at. a
/ • IRL AS CCOK AND GENERAL HOUSE-
"> work: reference* required. 1810 sutler st. ■
IRL lo MIND CHILDREN. 1517 DEVlSA-
doroat. ■ • "
Gil. I. FOR LIGHT HOUSEWORK AND TAKE
care or children. 17 1 1 Washlueton St. *
V'OUNG QIRL TO ASSIST IN HOUSEWORK
A 1140 Goiaeu Gale aye. jylO 3t*
\V ANTED — A WAITRESS. 121 O'KAKKELI,
" street. ■ *■
7 11... FOR CHAM HEKWOKK. ASSIST WITH
I » b.iby. Apply bet. 10 and 12, 1310 Fnisom. •
i < IKU 'i'h LIGHT HoC Si >V< liK. US9 FOLSOM
\J ML, Hi stairs. •
HKLP WANTED- CONTINI ED.
TWO GOOa WaTsTH ASUS AT 420 SITTER
1 street. * .
■EXPERIENCED GIKL FOR GENERAL HOU3E-
J-i work. Call 1320 Stockton st, store. *
OLORED GIRL; GOOD PLAIN COOK. 867
) Seventeenth st. *
AI T RE S S WANTED. OLIVE BRANCH,
»f Golden Gate Park, near racetrack. JlS2*
T ADIES OF GOOD ADDRESS TO TAKE OR-
I j ili-rs or our tine photographs with large painted
premium. Photograph <ialiery, Marktand 9th. 18 7*
£j 1 <■) GIRL ASSIST LIGHT HOUSEWORK.
«Jf> I— . _2t> Austin st., near Franklin. jylS.'U*
VOING GIRL. C MtKING AND GENE A L
I home work. Call forenoon. I«'J5 Poit.i.t -j. IS '.{_*
| : . „i-.i: «T>f I.ADIES' AND CIIILDRKN'S
i wear. 39 .Stevenson St.. top Moor. jylS 3t*
T 11 rLB GIRL 3 CHILDREN OUT; GOOD
XJ home; s:u:tii wages. 2208 Bash X, jy!B 'if
GIRL TO ASSIST iv LIGHT UOOSMVOKK.
VJT l.agiin.ist. jylB 2t*
GIRL; GENERAL HOUSEWORK. 815: ALSO
girl to mind children. $I' 2. 1945 Geary. 18 -t»
CIANDY-SIORE GIRL WANTED— NO JSXPBRI-
> n > needea. Room 1. 1126 Market jy!7 3t*
V^OUNG. RESPECTABLE GIRL TO ASSIST IN
I light hoasewor-: small family: no children:
wages «io. i:usa EllliisL jyl7 3t*
\\' ANTED— APPRENTICES TO LEARN DRESS-
II making trade thoroughly. '.'.;»:! Howard. 13 6m
I ADI CANVASSER'S. O. S. GREENE, ROOM
_* 32. 4.0 Montgomery st. bet. 4 and 5, d.tily. 9 tf
SHOKTHAND iAi i.lir BY c. S. MERRILL,
kj law reporter and visor of the new Marsh
Manual: typewriting and telegraphy thoroughly
tanglii by txperts; positions furnisned. MKRRILL
COLLEGE. S'i-.I Miir^i't st. ]■«-'« tf
MALE Ul_l_e HAMI.I).
PORTER FOR A FIRST-I LASS COI NTRS HO«
1 tel, $30: hotel cook, country. #65. see beat
here; 3 hotel cooks. $40, *50 and #00: cook for 10
men, $30: colored waiter for Lake Taboo. $10 ami
i. in-; restaurant waiter, $35 and room: 3 hotel
waiters. $30; 'i dishwashers. $20; 5 ]>ost makers;
5 sbingie-nolt makers, 5 tiemakers. tools furnished,
redwood timber; 50 laborers and teamsters, city
and country. *>■_' i>er day and 3o ami ff.und: boy
for a grocerv-stori-, $3 per week and round : hostler,
city, *30. It. T. WARD & CO.. 688 and 610 Clay.l
6 AND 8 HORSE AM) MULE TEAMSTERS,
$45 and found: 4 h uv- st-hands, $1 50 per d.iy
and found; 4 larmrrs. 930; 2 milkers, 930; 10
drill and hammer men, $40 to $50 and found, Ball
fare paid by boss, steady job Tor 1 year. R. T.
WARD A ('■>.. to-! and elo Clay at. I
Or MORI RAtLROAD TEAMSTERS. LABOR.
•*- -* ers. drli:er« and roc-men: free rare both ways;
good w.j.m given; this job will last 10 months.
R. T. ABU _ CO.. tiOS and 010 Clay «t. 1_
AN . ED— OX-TBAMSI $65; MAN AN I)
»» wife, private family. $50: blacksmith for mine.
$40; 3 crosscut sawyers, $40; miners, $10; 2 car-
penters, short distance, see boss here: harness-
maker. $2 day: stal>leiuao, $30; 10 drillers, $1 50
day and board, long jot>; bucket roan for mine:
teamster for mine: 2 boys to joint ahlugle*, $26 and
found; jobbing blacksmith ana horseshoer. $-2 50
and board, aud others. Apply to J. F. CROSETT A
CO.. 6/8 Sacramento St. 1
Vi ANTED- PASTRYCOOKS AND BAKERS.
» T City and country. *60 and $G'J: 9 restaurant
conks, city. *50 aud $55: cook and wife, country,
$50; hotel cook, city, $35; waiters, dishwashers
and others. Apply to J. F. CROSKT r Jfc CO., < 'J->
Sacramento st. 1
\\' ANTED— FOR COUNTRY HOTEL, SECOND
•* cook, $45, and tilshwasher $30, fare advanced:
distiller and engineer for brandy still, $50 and
found; American hostler and driver for country
place, $30; sack-sewer for thresher, $2 50 aid
board; also a man to feed separator. $2 50 and
board; farmers, milkers, laborers, cooks, waiters
and dishwashers. W. [>. EWER 4 CO.. 6.6 Clay. 1
A' H. XT ABIE COOK, COUNTRY HOTEL, $40;
♦ ccok, country restaurant. $60: second c.ok.
restauram. city. $60: nig.'it coo*, country restau-
rant. 940; p< twasher, country hotel. f3_ »nd free
fare: head waiter and 2 w.iiters, him Country
hotel, $ 35 and $30: 2 colored waiters, country
hotel. $30: laundry man, country hotel. $30: Ironer
rouh try laundry, C. R. HAN__.N <_ CO., 10
Geary it. . 1
L'AK.MKK A- D WIFE KIR A FRUIT RANCH.
» $50: 2 farmers and wives, and $50; 4 char-
coal burners; 10 redwood tlotaakers, good timber,
ISO a tie: 3 bark peelers. S4oaadtoond; 3 umen,
$50 and round : spool tender for aonkey engine, *40
and touriU; 4 barker*, $M 5 and found: ranch black-
smith. $35: ehoresßaa. $.5; 3 farmers, fib to »30
C. R. HAN SEN & CO., 110 Geary st. 1
JAPANESE MLA UL NDRYM AN . COUNTRY
li ->tel, must speak good English: Japanese
washer, same place. $.0. C. K. iIANSEN ,v CO.
110 Geary st. 1
\\" ANTED— BUTLER FOR THE COUNTRY. $10;
11 cook for restaurant, $55: cook. $13 per week:
waiter, small restaurant. $■* a week; milker for
country. $25; etc. DELOKME & ANDRE, 320
Suttet iU . x
RANCH TEAMSTERS. 930: WELL-DIGGBR;
— 20 laborers. $1 25 a diy and board ; ranch black-
smith, $10: 3 cabinet-make™. Germans. $3 day; 10
driller*, $40. W. L TEAGOK A CO., Summer St..
tt t- Pine and CaMfomia. *
\\ f ANTED— PASTRY COOK. COUNTRY, $45;
'• foremau for hotel laundry, country. $60: Ironrr,
$30; brosler, $;5: ward, if 50. HOTEL GAZE I it,
4.0 Kearny. 1
/ ' 1. r :: KS iii KING POSITIONS AS SALESMEN.
V. salesladies, copyist*, bookkeepers, stenographers
obtain ttiem Clerks' Bureau. 305 Kearny, r. 1. 13 _
\V'ANTEr)-6 GOOD" CANVASSERS; SALARY
'• and commission to the right parties. Apply
between 12 and I aud 5 and 6, The Singer Mmiu-
factnrliiir Co.. 1151 Wasalngtou st.,OaMand. 19 3t
I OY TO LEARN CAI INET- MAKING. 133
1 > Beale St., top floor. jyl9 2t»
I>OY TO STRIP TOBACCO. COR. TWENTY-
I-> fourth st. aud Potreroave. jyl9 2t*
I i ARBER WANTED AT -34 FOLSOM ST.
• ' •
*> QUAR R V M EN AT RAYMOND. APPLY
-- \ aiMers* Association, cor. City Hall and Park
avt '.. at 10 o'clock. •
>£MAK£R WANTED AT 202 SIiCOND ST.
/ « ENEKAI. TAILOR TO GO SHORT DISTANCE
v» In cou :i try: steady job. 103 Ninth st. •
BA R H E R - S 1 TUATION WANTED BY SOBER
man: steady place more object than wages.
Bar&er. 426 Fulton st, rear. •
pAKPKNTER USEIJTO JOBBING WORK. 636
\J Ge«ry -• _
\\ ANTED — BLACKSMITH'S FINISHER FOR
wagou-work. 787 Mission st •
BUTCHER AT 125 NINTH ST. THIS MOR.V-
lug. •
I^IRST-CLASS RESTAURANT COOK. 421
I Fourth. •
A PI/REN TICE BOY ON CUSTOM COATS. 302
« 1 urk St., near Leaven worth. •
BOY ABOUT 16 TO BLACK BOOTS. SW. COR.
> Third and Howard. *
\\ ANTED YIN., MAN TO WORK IN COAL-
" yard who understands driving. 918GearysL •
1 OY FOR SHOES i'OKK 22. SIXTH ST.
I-» a
POOD PRESSMAN ON PANTS. 215 STEVEN.
' • son. •
\\ ANTED- A MEAT COOK AT 1553 MARKET
'» sf. •
2 RON O ERRAND BOY. 55 CALIFORNIA MAR.
0 kit, »■'. -i .11. a 51: m. *
Of ANTED— GOOD LU.NCH- WAITER. APPLY
>> 432 Fifth st. •
Q 1 Z\i) WILL BUY AN INTEREST IN BUSI-
f. I»»V. ness pay In* $_t> month to each
SWEETSER. BRIGGS _ Ct>., Io2ly_ Market »t. *
Ui A«E3 $2 A DAY; MUST HAVE $125: AMPLE
security. Room 2. 765 Market st. •
U'AM ED— STEADY MAN FOR LIGHT WORK
• " In pleasant cash boMßeac; previous rxperifiice
not required ; will pay $75 month; must have $150.
238 Kev*rny. room 6. •
|" KENT-CORNER BOOTBLACK STAND
I Apply 2.9 third. jyl9 a>*
Man-nice single furnished rooms:
$1 per week up. 532 Fourth st. jyl» 3t»
\V ANTED— MAN TO KEEP PLAIN ACCOUNTS
'» and look after the help that can loan his em-
ployer $300: pood security given and permanent
position at $75 per month. Apply at 1007 Market
s:.. room 1. , jylS 3t«
I," LD E LY^ SOBER MAN. GERMAN PRE-
J- rerred. handy with carpenter tools. Olive
Branch, olden <_at_ Park, near racetrack. jy is 2t
BARBER to BUY GOOD SHOP; CHEAP. IV
qulre TROST, 1510 Mason it. ivl7 St»
<!(i(l I'ER TH— PARTNER WANTED;
ll'v manufacturing business; chance or a lire-
time; price $350. Particulars at 1027 M:«rSet.jl7 3*
BRANCH BAKERY AND NOTION" -STORE;
goo.l location. 1023 Guerrero st. jy!7 St*
AKKRS' AND CONFECTIONERS' LABOR
Hureiu. 145 Firth Competent men ror all
grades work can be furnished at any hour. )>- 15 tf
II ANTED — EXPERIENCED. INDUSTRIOUS
1 • canvasser to solicit for new form or Insurance ;
sure to take. Call room (,'.<, 1170 Market. Jvl4tf
fpO OBTAIN PUSHKIN QUICK-,- 1 AS CLERK
1 In wholesale or retail house, bookkeeper, type-
writer, salesman, engineer, watchman, coaeaaaii
or mechanic register at Clerks' Bureau, 1138 Mar-
ket st . room 1. jyl3 lot*
\V ANTED— FIRST-CLASS SOLICITOR: GOOD
*' pay. Call .40 Kearny st. jy]3 7t»
r\l) MEN FOR BREAKFAST. DINNER AND
**** supper at 44 Fourth nt i dishes for 10 cents,
and soup free with ail 10-cent or.!«.r«. J>l3 7t*
ai.io ROUSE. 733 MARKET— ROOMS PER
" night ...■><■ to $1; per week. «1 to $3. iiiySO tf
V KW AND SECOND-HAND SHOES i'Oll SALE:
___at low prices; the old Hand. 254 Fl_hth.je29 3ni
'['HE ELCHO. H63V. MARKET— THOROUGHLY
' renovated: new Ueddln?: b«st-kuown house In
city; rooms .5c per night; 91 to $3 per week. 15 tf
IV ANTED— IOO MEN TO-DAY TO TAKE LODU-
•' infs troiu 10c to 25c per ui^hl; uew homo,
6.4 Washington st. apl2 ly
pKNTRAL HOUSE, 871 MARKET-ROOMS I'hii
\J night 25c to 1, per wees: 91 to 99. ap23 3in
I>AR»ERS -THK JOURNEYMEN BARBERS'
*-> Union have removed to 737 Mission st, rnnnw
2 and 3; Free Employment Bureau; situations in
city and country niiei at short notice, ay 19 3m
( \APITOL HOUSE, 537 SACRAMENTO-ROOMS
V per night 25c to $1, per week $1 to $3. ap3B 3m
A KLE SEAMEN WANTED FOR DEEP WATER.
-V Apply 313 Pacific st. Mr 1 tt
(>INULE FURNISHED ROOMS 150 A NIGHT.
OLlndell House, cor. Sixth and Honor J. Jylltf
JCST OPENED— BRANCH HOUSK. -8«l MAR-
*t ket: now house; rooms per night. 25c to $1, per
week $1 to $3; ore escapes: open all night. apt - «tn
100 fIAA MEN WANTED TO LOAN MONEY
luu.uuUua»ii article* at low rates ; Moan
lirnlliig. LNCLK JACOBS. 613 Pacific st aul If
VV KMI'DKi.; UAXT..I). ~
P TA Js7g7iO7(» HO^v7Rl)77ATsnßn]£rVAin
-L .ue for your furniture and carpets. Ajy 1 9 tf
A I'CTIONEER- WILLIAM BUITERFIELD. 412
*\ Mi.c .«:., will sell, pay for or remove small o?
large lots ot furniture at shortest notice. jo3Q Ire
HIUII PRICE PAID FOR HOUSEHOLD FURNf
ture. GALLAGHER. 1241 Market, nr. Mntalif
A ILAKOE QUANTITY OF SECOND-HAND FUU~
I n;l 'x,* V ;v " :e(1 : '- 0 per crnt J'aid more than o 1 *"-
where. MALONE, 110 Fourth it.: new -tore. m'.Otf**
A 1.1. SECOND-HAND FURNITURE (AND CAR-
i P*u iM.urfht; lar«eaad tmall lota: icaU or send
postal. KOafcMUAL. 773 and 775 Market.ocl7ly
"\l i. SIMMONS i (;>., AUCI'tONEKRS, WILL
i'l . buy jour lw_nure, pianos aaa book*, loil
Market st a p9tC
A W. FURST PAYS THE lilllisi PRICE
r\ . for turn it Call or send posui 1121 Mar-
ittat.. bet. Seventh and Eighth. oc2l ly
VjcCABK, 128 FOURTH ST.. PAYS THK HIQh"
-"' fst -lira for furniture. KtovcH ranges. <-*rn*t«
JIOL'SKS V, \MIIJ, : V •
VV AVIEiV-nn TAUK^i'IV FLAT oV ft OR tl
» 'room.; N. of Clay and B. or Larkia. Address,
statiug price, etc, X, box 22, this omce. Jyl7 7i» .
. .' __- PWtSONAtS.
_C-PLEASE CALL TUESDAY AFTERNOiTv
.-. o'clock. 881 lamest. K. K. •
YOU CAN SAVE 50 PER CENT ON BUYING
-1 or you can g*t 50 per ceat more f or your furnl-
ture at 1231 '.■_ Market St. jvi:t 3 m
DVICE FREE ON ALL. LEGAL MATTERS-"
specialty, marriages annulled; private quiet*
probate. coll*> tious. liens, dama;<>s, etc; nochir/ij
unless successful: practice all courts; eita'>. 10 vrj
G. W. HOWE & CO.. attys-at-law. 850 Market j-s tc
MISS ANNETTE EIRCKSON IS UNDOUBTEDLY
the most artistic lady halr-d rusher on this
coast; one trial will convince you that no other ar-
tist csv serve you as well. she now has char?- or
our uairdressinif dsDartment. La Verlte Toilet Ba*
zaar. 1170 -lancet St.. over the M«— __7eed
mfiE UNDERSIGNED DRUG FIRMS WILT
1 guarantee one bottle or D lt. COOPER'S Blood
Mid Liver Specific to cure you of rheumatism, pito-
uits and eruptions, constipation and b llousnesj-
trv t. For tale at KUPFER A CO.'.S. 411 Van
Ness are.: IiAHLBENDEK & Co.. 214 heir sc •
KUPFKR'S. cor. Sutter an«l Brodenck.jel. 3m eoa
I,"AT PEOPLE RAPIDLY AND SAFELY i; \
due.d by Da BoU' Anti-Obesity Tea: $1 50 .1
paOage. SMITH * CO., 1300 Polk sr. 21 3in>uT_Th
1. LACK CURRENTS ARE NOW IN THE MAR.
' ' ket: for sale to the trade by F. W. BUTLER &
CO.. 430 Saxisoina. jr!7 7t*
HEADACHE OR NEURALGIA CURED IN 7
seconds, chronic catarrh In ono week, by Hr.
Thleie's Magic Medicine. Office and factory, 1547
Mission St.; for sale at all drugstores. ly i 7 3m*
% DVICK FREE STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL
J\ without publicity. W. MATTHEWS, attorney.
402 Montgomery St., room IS, 12 years' expcrl-
eiice. 21 tr
DON'T BUY ANY LAMP BEFORE YOU SEX
Graft's celebrated patent burner. 47Secondsi.tr
HE NKW'VORK BUTTONHOLE-MAKER HAS
removed to 9 Ma3on st. ; best buttonholes at New
York prlees. - if 11 3t«
DANCING FOR THE BALLROOM OB STAGE.
PROF. LOVE, 607 Sutter.t jy!6 tf
I!. GOUNOI.I) IN CITY SHORT TIME; CURES
all diseases: hour* S to 11 an I 'i to 4. 17.1
S a era in aa to st. near Van Wees are. jy 19 Into*
MILLINERY goods, ETC., sold at great
reduction at clearance tale. MRS. R. H. JONj-.S,
1204 to 1203 Stockton st. and 20»0 FHlniore.jyl4 1 at
C* I '1 I TKH DOZE* FOR CABIN ET 3: FULL
<C? !.«.''' length. OO DECS' Art Studlo.lo sixth. 15t
TTNEXCEPTIONAL HOME FOR 2 OR 3 LITTLE
*J children at 23 Glen Park aye, oil Tweiftl St.,
bet. Mission and Howard. Jyl2 in.*
A FAMILY AFFAIR.
Buying the lit>-t Tea and Coffes, for tho least
money, at any of the 13 city stores of the Great
American Importing Tea Company. Come or ten I
direct and save all commissions. Running 45 suc-
cessful stores on this coast prove* beyond question
that our prices are reasonable. Our goods alwayj
fresh and pure. Headquarters (wholesale audra.
tall), 62, 54 60* and 58 Market st, San Francisco.
jya tf
ATA TRIFLE; OVER COST.
The Great American Importing Tea Compjny
sells crockery, china, glass, majolica and tinware.
CITY STOKES.
965 Market st. near Sixth.
140 Sixth st, above Howard.
622 Kearr.y s:., bet. California and Sacrimenta
511 Montgomery aye., near Stockton.
1 .19 Polk St., bet. Pine and California.
COOS Flllmore st, bet. Tine and California.
30. Sixteenth s_, above Mission.
2512 Mission St., above Twenty-first.
333 Hayes st, bst. Franklin and Gough.
146 Ninth St., above Howard.
218 Third st. below Howard.
104 Second st , below Mission.
62. 54, 5b and 53 Market st, headquarters
Jelly glasses and Mason jars sold at actual cost and
GIVEN AWAY FREE
With our exceptionally flue New Teas and Delicious
Coffees. j-s tf
I, OK A VERY SMALL PAYMENT DOWN AM)
1 very reasonable weekly or monthly payme
you can furnish a home for yourself. Foiiowlii"
prices will give you an idea of a few or our many
bargains:!
Hardwood Eastern polished bedseta ...$2O 0 )
Solid oast, el want E.istern polished be UetS.. ' 35 0')
Solid Oik, latest sideboards, polished finish . "25 0 )
Kent high-back brace arm-chairs, each 1 35
Carpet-si-at rockers (D..tent 1 " 4U j
French-plate mirrors, elegantly framed. lSx
4 " 100J
Fancy aad office desks, roll top, from
,•••••• ■■•.. *7 to 400.
40 different styles cookuig-stovus (water-
backs, etc) $12 50 to 45 00
Foldißg-beds (best value in city), oak . . . ■_• . 00
Book-cases (_il styles) in oak or walnut. .' .
• fTSOtu 27 50
Oil paintings (20x36). each ■_ •.» >
Dress goods jacket*, wr-p«. bending, lace cur-
tains, carpets, matting*, linoleum, oilcloth pat 1
»mts, lounges, or anything you require la a home.
Remember. I have the largest stock, largest store.
lowest prices and easiest terms that caa be haJ lv
this city.
_ NOONAN. 1017-19-21-1023 Mission St., al>ove
Sixth.
N. B.— Bargains always on hand In second
cai pets and furniture. jy7 t. f
ON THE INSTALLMENT PLAN— GOODS.
silks, sealskins and sealette cloaks; also cirpets,
furniture, lac-- curtains, blanket! and foltliug-itf.-l*.
at M.FRIEDMAN _ CO.*S, -28 and 230 Stocktoa
et. \\ hy pay ready uioney when you c.lll buy just
as cheap l.y us ,k.i ■.« a small cash payment dow-i,
balance weekly or monthly * An Inspectlou or our
stock is respectfully solicited : orders by ma f>r
goods or in pies promptly alien. l to. 2.6 and
-30 Stockton and ' 237 Post; open evenings. Itr
HOLLER, 8 SIXTH ST.. THE MOST SUCCKSS-
fu! babies' .hotograi»her in the city, has opeiie 1
another studio, ccr. Market and Ninth sts.. former >
Flaglor'. Gallery. jyio lmo
CALA. CARPET SWEEPERS: BEST MADE: V..
\J kinds repaired and [at sale. FJQERB, 310 Suttsr.
MA R R I A GEP.U RE A IT: BLIABLB AND Sol" E •
send 10c fordetaila, 1138 Market, rm. l.jys Im
MH. SfcLIGMAN. ELECTRIC PHYSICIAN:
♦ treatment $1. 318 Ke»i ly st, parlor 3. j>9 :f
A PHTOLINE PRODUCES FLESH. DEVELOPS
*" the bust. Increases the weight to any amount
desired: $1 per box. For sale hy rtru;glst*.jv 1 ! __•
rpHEO. C. MSTZLER. PRIN. DETfcCTI VK BL-
-Ireau: si: business {strictly eonaaentiai. Rm 4.)
Phelan filling; telep:ione 5301. _ my_____B
rTRAVELERS AND COUNTRY MERCHANTS
1 should all use the "Combined Letter Pre** an 1
Book"; price complete $1 25: a b.iolt of 100 pi«--s.
an index and press all in a roll 12 Inches long by _
inches thick; best t. line for the money; posfvild
$1 40. CHARLES K. NAYLOR. agent, 19 Mont-
gomery St., San Francisco. je'29 tf
LMNE LINE OF FRENCH FLANNKLJ . .
1 10- • per yard, very cheap tad fast color*.
Chicago store, 216 Sixth st. 21 tf
I.OIGHT-.SEND YOUR OLD GOLD _ SiL • £
I > by mail to the old reliable house of CDLKU
41 Third St.. S.F. ■ will send by return mail theca«:i;
If amount not satisfactory will return gold. •■; tt
BUTTON-HOLES AND BUTTONS MADK. PIN a
1> Ing latest rtyle. plaiting. 18 o Furred. sa.J.:
1 HOLDING BEDS-EXAMINE OUR NO. -">
A mirrored, with large plate 18x40; walnut >»_,
cherry and 16th century: cash price elsewhere Hi.
our Installment price reduced to $10: couutryor.t-jM
promptly attended to. H. FRIEDMAN _ CO.. 2 JS
and 230 Stockton St.. 237 Post, cor. BtocKtoa. i'
"I ADIES' AND GENTS' CLOTHING. FURNI"
J- tnreall kin bought, soid. 1020 Foisjui.mrJ tf a
1 HA!.. SEER; PAST. PRESENT, ~fUtTTr37
-V horoscopes cast. f'rof. Holmes, 11 ScotcTc-'J ly
IGH PRICE FOR CAST v CLOTHIS };
send postal. M. RAPHAEL 603 Six: 1. pxiitz
\\- INDOYT SHADES MANUFACTURED TO »*
'» Unity WILLIAM McPHU.n. I \9i Market It -. :
IGHEST PRICE PAID FOR CAST-O* 9 CLOTH-
trig, gold Jewelry, booics. KLEIN. 10_ Six;a.i;
IV HITEWASHING: MACHINE OB BKUSH
'• work; rooms dove from #1 upward, a S[var
st. Blachlnfs for sale or to let. my" 3m
lIEMOVAL-HAKD ING'S COLI.ECTI()N OKK^TcsT
J- Removed to >W. cor. Pine and Mootjnmry
sis., under Nevada Hank. tt'J it
C!'> :.f\ FOR A DOZEN CABINET V:'. >I\>l
0— •• vf graphs: 1 colored tree; Brst-etasa wort
guaranteed. W 'lL_i>X*S. 22 Kearny st ap._ t?
» V E HAVE CHEAP RENT: WE DO OUR OWN
''work: we can seU you millinery 3Jpercerit
cheaper than ■__ oth?r house. 1332 Market j^SJiu
Sl:i L I N G OUT— FIN ES V EYE-GLASS SPECS 15c7
0 open from 9 to 6: next to bakery: 64 Fourth it
Sunday. 728 Market st. In celebrated dry-£o»>Os
More don't forget the number. je2l lm*
PanceiCsfkcialistTg" F. reid.WthTkdT
\J 9t03; 6 to 8; references; herbs used. m . _ , 3:a
» WEEK'S NEWS FOR 5 CENTS— THE WEEKLY
f\ <Tai._, In wrapper, ready for mulling.
DKK.S»M . .vK.iS.
rnATLOR U S¥STBMTITT~oTBAILA3iTEBD ii -
Is 3 50 up. )OiS Polk St. __!_"
Gil Xl ■in UTION IN FIRST-CLASS DKh.V*-
VJ making for 30 days at 7.t2»^ Geary st Jrl7 7t*
1 ADIES' SUITS MADE FROM $3 60 TO $4: r IT
■l~t guaranteed. 105- Howard, roum 9. Jvls ,r U •
DRESSMAKING— PERFECT FIT; BUITS FROM
1 $3 up. 18.7 Mission .t. Jy 9 3mo
I t\n I'OWELL-STYLISH SUITS ma,. FROM
A" I $5 up; goods and everything r and rro :
$15 up ana made In 24 hours; perfect Jit. je2S 3u
DKESSMAKINO, CUTTING. FITTING; C:li~
Uren's clothes made. 110 Sixth, room M-ja23 3:n
901 POWELL - FASHIONABLE DRESSMaK~
--vu: Ing: suits Sfs up: nt guaranteed, je-1 3:n
rpilK MISSES UKTON. 50- MASON >T.— STYL-
-I- fah dTeasmaklng; satisfaction ituaratrte«<ufe I 1 r
\\ RS.. M. KKLTEK, 119 STOCKTON ST.; s i~~%
HI $3 50 op: stvllshly clrape-l; ftt guaranteed- 1 ! .' _
AUK '- l*S W.i.Ni'tilK
©1 AA MONTH— LAHY i;kni IS Ijk's'-
t_s 1 \r\i era! *.:*• :it. or city salesman In very t»w;«
In California: '2000 sola nrst week; tea I st-tuip. St.
John Specially Company. Toledo. » Hi lo. lOShTT I-t
pANVASSEKS WANTED FOR A RKAMLY
\J saleable and proflt-010 article. Aj-.pl> to 18
Ellis st jyl_S it.
14; ANTED— FEW SOLICITORS. APPLY BKV.
»* 9 and ID a, m. only, THE SI.NUER MAS UFAC-
TPRINO CO., 22 Pott St. jviq 7t
\\ ANTED— LADIES OR YOUNU MEN Tv I AKK
'■ light, pi«>»s-»ut wort »t their own hones; 51
to $3 per day can be quietly made; work s,-nt by
mall; no cunviissinz- For particulars address Gh>'io
Mfg. <■■>.. In>xs3:<l. Bon tow; Mas*. K»tab,lSBCMe7 _:(»_
oowTB \< r«»i:s ANI> IiUI I.I) KUS.
IA M 15 S MHKV, .CARKKMER 7vnT»
O builder, 122 Jobbing, rep-ilrinzattaudx I-
store and ofilce Btttng a »;»e-l:iltr. T_;ep ie U1.3 1/
JV.I_,\WRKNCE,CAKP_NT_R AND UUILU_ i
. 811* Nicr-mento m. ; cat>it»t wart aail a;ti 130
jToi-ptly atteuU.J.- ui»oaoaa tfOi. mlO.:
TYI-KWltlTfitS.
1 sLIOB Mil so*, i. v t'u-rvrirr"p_tASK
v- you 1 e»t: 3 ii choose from-, all iir«-cU-s; n
characters. ;»ll cap!«; 7- character, upper and lower
ch?c. or « S characters. donMo easo al«>; latest Im-
provements; thousand* or users; remit* are Ho-
<i'i ut; read our testimonials from r>i.ctic.«l p«-.>i>iii;
tacts and ngure*-t«ii the story ; com* in and ta i it
over. CHARLES E. .NAUUK, general agent, l\)
Montgomery st. )elt>tf

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