Talk of an Opposition
THE MUDDLE AT ESC AL.
Labor Day in Oakland Observed
and Not Observed. .
CONGRESSMAN ENGLISH BACK.
A Fine Point to Be Decided Which
May Invalidate the Bond
Oakland. — The people of Temescal
have not yet beard from the largely signed
remonstrance sent on to Washington pro- j
testing against the appointment of Miss
ilary E. Burdick of Berkeley as Dost
mistres3 of tbeir town, but expect an
The uresent assistant postmaster under
Mrs. Tucker, J. P. Twyman, said yester
day that tha feeling against the appoint
ment of Miss Burdick and the Oakland
politicians who were instrumental in
having her appointed wag not in aoy way
allayed, but to the contrary had grown
stroncer, and that Congressman English
will have some pertinent Questions from
old-time Democrats at Temescal to answer
•when he visits that locality. The appoint
ment of Miss JJunlick has badly broken up
some of English's fences about Temescal,
and one said yesterday, "Warren will need
votes this fall."
But registering kicks does not help the
Temescalian. Mr. Twyman said that it
is just possible injunction proceedings may
be Instituted In the United States court and a
fight made acalust Miss Burdick on the ground
or uon-resideuce. '-and if tins does not suc
ceed." said i wyinan. "then tna merchauts ol
ietuescaland the people there generally will
get up an independent delivery aud service.
Arrangements are being made by wiiicu a car
rier will call at the stores and houses for letters
and carry them to some neighboring iiostorlice,
returning with mall, which he will distribute."
Mr. 1 wynian did not say who would pay for
this opposition service to Uucle Sam's estab
lished office, or when it would be Inaugurated
or How long carried on; neither hail Mr. Twy- I
man taken into consideration how Uncle Sam
would like opposition of ihe kind.
While the Teraascallans are lashing them
selves into a fury over Miss Burdlck's appoiur
nieut ana neaping anathemas on the heads of
the select few OaklaDd Democrats who parcel
out the Federal loaves aud fishes in Alaraeda
County Miss Burdlcis, the subject or the trou
ble, is placidly awaiting the arrival of her coin
uiissiou from Washington.
One or her friends said yesterday: "Miss
Burdick is well and favorably known in Temes
cal. where she lived a nnmDer of years. She
is capable, honorable and respectable and will
do good work for the people of Temescal when
she gets in the office and J, for oue, do not see
what all this fuss is about."
Ilow It Was Observed.
Tbe only individuals In Oakland who en-
Joyed the Federal Labor day as a holiday were
the magistrates of the courts of the city anJ
county. All the cases which had been set for
yesterday were merely transfer; ed to Tuesday
and the Judges went their separate ways, anil
it may be added that the court clerks and I
bailiffs did likewise. Neaily everybody else in !
the county worked.
Pursuant to their custom, the Board of Su
pervisors met In their rooms and held the i
shortest session in ibe history of the board
adjourning almost Immediately after being
called to order. It was not in order to get a
holiday that they did so, however, for they
will meet again to-day. They will transact
most important business, which they feared to
a: tend to yesterday on accouut of a doubt as to
whether or not the day was a legal holiday.
Chief among the Items of business will bo the
canvassing of the returns of the recent super
visorial election, which resulted In the selection
of J. E. Johnston and the consideration of Hie
request of the citizens of Golden Gats to reduce
the water rates in vogue in that suburb.
Roasting Local Kxeoutiren.
J. F. Cooper Is locally known as "Postal Card
Cooper," because or his propensity to flood all
departments of the municipal government with
closely written postals, whereon he sets form
Jils Ideas of needed rerortus. In this way he
lias attacked nearly every executive officer and
legislative body in this city and county. Some
six mouth* ago lie was taken to task by the
Board of Supervisors, and he was silent until
to-day, when he again "postal carded" the
board as follows:
Gentlemen, the thieving and murderous Chinese
lottery business continues unabated In our IB la It
Onr scoundreiiy local executives, whose sworn
duty it is to suppress the same, refuse to talse
effective action. Also your prodding hitherto,
gentlemen, has proved ineffective. Yon must
needs goad them without mercy. It is a shame
that officials, incumbents who aspire to higher po
sitions or further honors, should be permitted to
defray tbelr campaign expenses with boodle ex.
torted from the Chinese lottery companies of San
Francisco It would be better by far to "protect"
white gamblers in their peculiar swindles than to
aid and abet these alien Asiatics tliu». Please be
stir our derelict executives ami .Police Court
shysters to honesty or action. J. y. Coopkk.
improving th« Berkeley Service.
The Oakland Consolidated Street Hallway
Company are making arrang-ments to improve
the service be ween Oakland and Berkeley by
constructing double tracks whenever they are
needed alone the road, and by building spur
lines In Berkeley, These Improvements alone
will necessitate the laying of over three miles
of track, and when the work Is completed, in
stead of a ten-minute service, there will be an
Interval of only seven and a half minutes be
tween cars. The time between Broadway and
Bhattuck avenue will be shortened from
thirty odd minutes to twenty-five mlnutss. Au
other one of the contemplated improvement* is
the furnishing of all the cars on the line with
storm fronts before the winter sets in.
Saved From a Pauper's Grave.
Old Jean Desnoyers, the West Oakland boot
black, whoso extreme joy in winning a small
sum at Chiuese lottery on Saturday morning !
superinduced his death, which was directly due
to fatly degeneration of the heart, a few hours '
later, was burled In Mountain View Cemeteiy
yesterday morning. During the ike old Jean
would not black the shoes of any man who had
any leanings toward the railroad company, aud
although he galued many friends by so doing
yet he lost many a sore.y needed dime. He was
saved from the oblivion of a pauper's grave by
the kindness of Mrs. Hodden of the Charter
Oak Hotel, and a number of West Oakland sa
loon-keepers as an opponent.
To Me ml Fences.
Congressman Warren English is expected
home from Washington to-day. He has again
been nominated by the Democrats of this Con- '
gressional district, and will have, as before, I
Hon. S. G. liilborn, who was unseated by a !
Democratic Congress to make room for Mr.
ihe latter will immediately enter upon the
work of the campaign. Mr. HllDorn has se
lected his campaign committee, as required by
law. It consists of L. L. Hromwell, F. W.
Hall, N. K. Foster, Frank Soule and Mack
Webber. Mr. Hilborn has gone to Lake
County, where he will make a thorough can
vass, addressing meetings until Thursday.
A. W. Nicholson Is at the county jail now.
He seems to be all right mentally, physi
cally Is improving rapidly, bt- ing up and about
the game as unshoe men. Nicholson is the
man who attempted to kill himself at Elmburst
a few nights ago because of his wife's treat
ment of him. He was operated on at the re
ceiving hospital, but Sunday Insisted on leav
lug that place, and his actions made Steward
Larson think lie was insane, ana Nicholson
was moved to the county Jail.
The man is all light meutaliy. His strange
freaK, Dr. Johnson thinks, is due to the after
effects of alcohol, but the county jail people
Insist that tht-y do not run a hospital and that
they will let Nicholson ko whenever be bo de
May Annexed Citizens Vote?
In the matter of tbe proposed bond election.
Edson F. Adams has called the attention of
the authorities to ihe fact that the residents or
the annexed district have been called upon to
vote upon the proposition, whereas they were
not citizens of the municipality when the debt
was contracted, and la consequence are not re
sponsible for any part of the principal or In
For that reason he wants to know if the vot
ing of the residents of the annexed district
would not invalidate the entire election. One
of the city's attorneys will probably be asked
for an opinion In the matter.
■ Tracsy Drank Too Much.
As a result of a too free indulgence In the de
lights of the flowing bowl T. 8. Trace? huddles
In the corner of a cell in the City Prison aud
mentally pictures creeping, crawling creatures
wrißslinc liither and umber about the floor of
Ills cell. He ran amuck In West Oakland yes
terday nsornliiL' ana was rustling down Seventh
stnet ces'iculaniiK wildly wneu he ran into the
arms of Private Detective Olseu. who caused
liim to be taken to the City Hall. It is thought
that a few days spent lv the seclusion of the
prison wiH restate him. .
I>i««rtUtl -il Vachtamen.
AltljoiiKh the first regatta of the California
lacnt Club on Sunday was not a 'howling suc
cess. ' the members, from the commodore down,
are vow doing considerable howling on their
own account. There me linwli about ihe in
adequacy of the rules and bowls about unfair
ness In the classification of boats. Commodore
you Schmidt threatens to resign because his
boat, i be Whirlwind, was placed In an unequal
ppsitlou, and all in all the next meeting of the
club promises to be an exceedingly lively one.
Oakland has added another post to the
Grand Army of the Republic. It will be known
aw Admiral D. 1). Forte Post No. 169. The
officers of the new post are: Commander, E.
G. Jerome; senior vice-commander, W.A.Ja
cobs; surgeon, c. K. Laneamer; chaplain, J. H.
Wythe; officer of day, A. Hollywood; quarter
master. 1). W. Morris; adjutant, H. Sydney
Smith; sergeant-major. S. B. Habcock: quar
termaster-sergeant, 0. T. Hull.
Lest Will of Wilaon Hatch.
be will of the late Wilson Hatch, who
died In Centerville last mouth, was presented
to the Superior Court for probate yesterday.
The estate, which consuls of real and personal
property valued at $15,000, will be Inherited
by Chester and George Hatch, the two sons of
the testator, aud Chester W. Hatch, his grand
son. The two suns ate named as executors
A t'liiiTAntlnn of Educators.
County Superintendent of Schools Frlck is
busily engaged lv arranging tbe details for the
convention of the Alameda County Teachers'
Institute, which will convene at Hamilton Hall
on October 3, to continue for three days. As
heretofore the Institute will be conducted In
sections and addresses on relevant subjects
will be given by the foremost educators m the
Seal in Inspector Purci has in the past month
condemned and killed four cows suffering from
tuberculosis, and has on exhibition at the
Health Office the lungs of one of these ani
mals, which was taken from a milkman doing
business in Oakland. The organ shows evi
dences of terrible ravages by the dire disease.
Well Known in Oakland.
Memorial services will be held in the First
Presbyisrlan Church in this city next Sunday
morning In honor of Key. F. Merlon Smith, who
died of apoplexy In San Diego Sunday last.
Mr. Smith was well and favorably Known in
Oakland, where he had resided before moving
to San Diego.
The l,»\v'« Demand.
An opinion has been banded in to the Super
visors by District Attorney Snook, in which he
states that the petition of the Golden Gate
people to reduce the water rates in that district
is defective, because It does not show that the
signers are taxpayers In the district. The-de
fect will be remedied.
The remarns of P. F. Halon, a brother of
Mrs. W. Latlmer of this city, were found in
ihe bay several days ago and have been In
i terred in Mountain View Cemetery. The un- J
fortunate man fell from a pile-driver off Black j
ICobert F. Fiance and Frantz Ketelhut, the
East Oakland bakers, have tiled a petition in
In the foreclosure suit of Eck«r against
Green a decree of foreclosure has been en
tered for $0900 and $250 counsel fees.
Tbe reputation of Professor Howison as an
expounder of and thinker in philosophy his
won to the department of philosophy in the
State University an enviable distinction. Two
of the disciples of Professor Howison have
already entered upon a career in philosophical !
thinking that promises well for their future j
original work. Charles Balteivell, '88, lias taken i
his Ph.D. at Harvard with high honors, and is
now at work in Berlin In hietier work under the
great German thinkers. George Stratton, also ■
'83. after being made a fellow, then Instructor
in philosophy at Berkeley, went to Harvard for
work In the' psychological laboratory during
tbe summer under Yon Munsterberg. and is now
on his way to Lelpsic, where he will speud a
year in his line under the German professors.
A lormer U. C. student, Sidney Mazes, has re
cently been elected professor of psychology In
Miami University, and Jostah Koyce, U. C. '"77,
as every one knows, I* a full professor of
philosophy at Harvard. The Philosophical
Union of the university contemplates using one
of Professor Koyce's latest books as Its theme
for discussion, and will endeavor to have Pro
fessor Hovce come to California next May to
lecture before the union at Its tinal meeting on
The Students' Aid Society has proved itself a
most necessary and useful organization, doing i
more in the way of collecting and distributing ''
opportunities for work this year than ever i
before. The work bas increased so much that
the society has decided to engage a regular !
manager, who will have an office at Stiles Hall, i
aud have full charge of the woifc.
A Good Custom.
Professor and Mrs. Brown bave Initiated the
custom of keeping open house to students ou
Friday afternoons. Students drop in as they
please between the hours of 3 and C o'clock
: without a formal introduction.
A I'olitlcal Science Club.
Professor Moses will meet with some fifty or
San Francisco's business men this evening at
tbe Mark Hopkins Institute to organize a po
litical science club.
'i he work of laying a third rail along the out
side rail of the narrow-gauge road from Pacific !
avenue station to the trestle at the foot of !
Central avenue is nearly complete and as soon '
as the switch Is in place a large force of men
will be set to work filling the trestlework with
stone brought over from Laundry Farm on the
broad gauge and switched over on to the new
spur along the narrow-gauge track. 1 tie work
of tilling in will be commenced the last of this
week. The trestle itself is in very bad shape
and will have to be teplaced with a new one if
not filled in wltb rock and a solid roadbed
made. The Southern ;Pacllic Company thinks
It cheaper to make a solid roadbed than re
build tbe trestle. As soon as this is finished
work will be commenced on the main narrow
gauge trestle running to the mole, when It, too,
will be liil d in solid the barne as tbat of the
Trouble NeTfr Single-Handed.
The i roubles of Mrs. Apel are more than'sne is
able to stand. She has lost her home and has
not a cent to her name, and to-day will be on
the street homeless and penniless. To raise
I the small sum of $30 she pawned furniture
valued at over $300. After the party to whom
It was pledged had got the furniiure in his pos
session be declined to return the same or give
Mrs. A i el the $30 which, she declares, be
promised to loan upon the goods. Yesterday '
afternoon J. Tibbetis, a driver of a wagon of
the Bohemian Beer Company. 820 Railroad
avenue, called at Mrs. Apel's for some empty
bottles that were of no nse to Mrs. Apel. He
was waited upon by a niece of Mrs. Apel, and,
after ■ getting what he wanted, went away.
About two hour* afterward be returned and,
without saying a word to any one, took out a
revolver and began blazing away at
| Mrs. Apel's pet watchdog. Deputy Snerlff
| yon Kopff rushed out to ascertaiu
I the trouble, and fouud Tibbelts standing at the
back of the house with a smoking revolver In
bis hand. He said the dog had bitten him, and
showed several severe wounds In his right leg
that he bad bad dressed at the drugstore. He
claimed that the dog be shot had Inflicted them
and that he had reported the case to tbe police,
who Instructed him to shoot the dog. Tibbetci
proved a bad marksman, as he put three
bullets in the dog and left it In great agony.
Deputy Sheriff yon Kopfl bad to kill the dog
finally to end its misery. In all probability
when the boxes are removed to-day from the
premises one will contain the remains of Mrs.
Apel, as it is doubtful if she will be able to
| hold up under the great mental strain she Is
under, and her lire may close with tbe last day
la bet old home.
A Day of Prayer.
Wednesday, September 6, all the business
houses In Alameda will close their doors from
2 to 4 in the afternoon and at 7:30 in the even-
Ing and devote the time in prayer at the big
tent In recognition of the efforts of C. N. Crtt
tentou of New York, who is holding evangel
istic meetings here under tbe auspices of the
Evangelical Union to elevate the morals of the
city. A petition has been circulated among the
business men asking them to close their estab
lishments and join In the service of the day
under tbe big ten:, and as a rule It Is signed
willingly and cheerfully. Mr. Crlttentoa has
been doing a great religious work In the com
munity and this move snows the appreciation
of Ills efforts in ibis direction.
The crittrnton meetings will continue dally
until September 9.
Semi-Annual State Shoot.
Members of Company G, N. G. C, spent Sun
day at the Uieh-sireet butt* under the iuspec
tlon of Lieu enani A. A. Borlini, officially rep
resenting Rifle Inspector Heller, who was un
able to attend.
ihe official score Is as follows: Captain W.
F. Cblpman 42, Lieutenant Simpson 42 Lieu
lenaiit Dohrntann 27. First Sergeant F Cran
dall ho- Sergeauu-J. D. Jewett 30. J. 'fait 40,
»>• U. Hopps 22; Corporals— A. C. Tove 6 A
F. Si. Sure 33. A. G. Brick 33. C. M. Dm 36.
F. Granam 42, W. H. Wahmoutb 11 ; Musi
THE MORNING CALL, SAN FARNCISCO, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1894.
clans—E. H. Canlinet 13, 0. V It P«sj 41.
« oree Wulzeu :J4, S. S. Marshall 33. Edward
Crosby 31; Privates— August Boru 41, (ieorge
isu:khatdt 32, J. F. Casey 23, A. L. Chariot 21,
X A. Cleveland 32, <ieoige Ellas 30. P. Fox
."50, E. Harvey 22. It. K. Hopie 83, J. J. Knight
10, J. K. Knowlaud U, E. R. McDoneil 34. J.
Moftatr 40, J. A. Moller32. «. A. Monteli 27,
H. C. Newtn 9. T. Putztnann 27, W. H. Kenfro
38. K. Itnger* 18, J. H. Ross 14. J. Rhoiten 16,
A. C. Scurr 33, L. Hmltli 30. Al Shreppel 88, K.
a. St. Sure 38. H. W. you Kopfl 4, F. A. Young
37. H. Hoffman 27.
The tirst-clas? company medal goes to E. A.
Cleveland, second to F. Graham, thud to C. V.
"Picturesque California" Is a great
art work that you cannot afford to be
without. It will be complete In thirty
two i) umber*, twenty-seven of which
ore now ready for distribution to Call
Death Under the Wheels.
Btck'kton. Sept. 3.— John William Buruett,
who lives on Roberts Island, was instantly
killed this moruing by being thrown under the
wheels of a wheat-wagon, which he was driving
Nona OF MEETINGS.
9^~yf P»SJt Mast'TS' Association of fit
s*-*^ California— The Otßcen and mem -_*V_
hers are requested to meet at the Masonic >SL3\
Temple THUS DAY (TUESDAY), Sept. 4,'N? r >
1894, at 2 o'clock p. m.. to attend the funeral ser-
Tlces or our late brotner. Past Master JOSEPH M.
CALU WELL, By order or the President
_1 L. SC-HUaiACHEK. Secretary.
R^tS=* California Ch liter No. 5. K. •
•V-*^ A. M . will meet THIS (TUESDAY) It
EVENING. Sept. 4, at 7:30 o'clock. Stated IK3T
meeting and K. A. degree. By order of the '*W >
IH P. [lj KHA>KLIN ii. AY. secretary.
i KT^* Oriental L-od«« No. 144, F. «
■ ■*-*' and A. M.— Stated meeting THIS II
, (TUESDAY) EVENING at 8 o'clock. >SL2?
.1 A. a. HUHBAKD, Sec. /V>
l^S 3 Pacific l.oil?o No. 130, F. and m
S*^ A. M.— Stated meeting THIS (TUSS-^V.
DAY) EVENING at 8 P. M. >L2\
1 GEORGE PEN LINGTON, Secretary. /Vj
St^S* Mission 1.0.i-.- So. 109, F. •
ft-*' and a. M.— Officers and members -fi\
; are requested to assemble at Masonic Tern- T^jf
pie TUESDAY. September 4, 1894, at l::<u/^r >
p. m. for the purpose ot attending Ihe funeral of
our late brother and Past Master, JOSEPH M.
CALDWELL. By order of the\V. M
H 3 ml C. I). BUNKER. Secretary.
WTW G«lden Oh to Lodge No. SO, A
1 tr^' K. and A. M.-Stated meeting THl>^V_
(TUESDAY) EVENING, September 4, at"JS2?
7:30 o'clock. /x? r >
♦ GEOROE J. HOltE. Secretary.
Jf^Jp" Offlc-rs ami .Member* <«f <^4a^r>
O^£r Sirccnt Lo.lrb No. :st5S, I. V. O.£3ggjggt£
X.— You are hereby notified that our "2£g>2*sEr
district. No. 68. will hold a district 'w/liv-
meeting under the auspices of Golaen Gate Lodge
I No. 'JUI. In Remembrance Hall. I. >. O. K. build-
I inn. ou TUESDAY EVEMNG. Sept. 4.
W. K. HECK, N. O.
L. I. siNOK.n. Rec. See. I__
15^5= M <:riiolia Lodso No. 39. <§2^&r.
BF^ I. O. O. >.. ba« aH Initiation JSJy-aiCV--
THIS (TUESDAY) EVENING. OH- -f^g>.^~
cers and members of the lodge and '/M\x*-
order please attend. [1 ] SAM 11 L POLLACK, Sec.
9^S* < nun Bay City No. 6857. A. "^Wj^
' ***& o. Y. of A.— Officers and members <2}
of the above named court are hereby notl. j3f'\
ml to assemble at Aliizar building on fft., .>
THIS (TUESDAY) MORNING at 9:SO o'clock ro
attend the funeral of our deceased brother. LOUIS
COH6.N. By order. I. O. KASSER, C. K.
i; Lippmax, >in. Bee. I__
«Es= A. «>. 11. Division _. j^^-rSrTN
tß~jy no 2 — The regular ;T,W7TH*
monthly meeting of the above .»(_/■ \\\|rS«s*>
division will be Held In Drew's <JlU33\Yc2r i *
Hall, New Montgomery st. , on P_j«HL)«BrV+^s
WEDNESDAY EVE N 1 N ' ' . W.+ >jBH> C 3
September 5, at 8 o'clock. All •fiHKiPwt^. «
members are requested to attend as copies of the
new constitution will be distributed. Members
will please settle for picnic tickets as tbe picnic
c ommittee is expected to mane its final report
P.ARII.EY LEE, President.
P. J. MMMAIfi Secretary. se4 'it
Cf/jK 3 Austrian Ilfn^volent So- A
i*-*^ elety— Officers and members of tb(l£'*x*"^)
above-uanietl society are liereur nuLined W.i)J"43
to attend their quarterly meeting onflEBK
WEDNESDAY EVEM.NG. Sept. 6, 1894.' r *«* S '
at 7:"0 o'clock sharp. Important business will
come up before the bouse Fines for non-attea d
auce will be strictly enforced. By order of
J. L. RADOVICII, President.
Aug. HIKOLICH, Secretary. se4 2t
Kjg» Delegate* of the Austrian.*
m^tr Benevolent society are hereby no-g<sg>*^
tided to attend tin* funeral of our late <Je-B» f
Ctaied brother, FRANK ERNOFF, onSafSST
WEDNESDAY MORNING. September 5. **er°
1894, at our hall, 413 Sutter st. By order of
J. L. KADOVICH, President.
A. MiKUi.icH. Secretary. sr4 2t
W^tS' Niitlco— Austrian IieDCTo-. A
vr-jy lent Society: Officers and members ßiSlstel
or above-named society are hereby noti-SBBB
fie. 1 that the fuueral of our late deceased J^SS
brother. M. N. ri.iJl.'.si-.Vlt.li, will take ***
place at San Jose TO-DAY (Tuesday). Septem-
ber ■*• J. L. RADOVICU. President
A. Mikitlick, Secretary. j
BSS 3 C uncil Choinber, tVinne-^sBBW
Q^& miicca Tilbe No. 01, Improved Tw^S
U. R. M — Dear sir and brother: Youare VaHto?
requested to attend the funeral of brother coY-
X Al> SCHWARTZ, at Eintracht Hall. 31(5 Post St.,
WEDNESDAY. September 5. 1894, at 2 p. m.
J. A. WaG.nEK, Sachem.
H. L. Stacy. C. of R. se4 at
B^2§» Admission I>.y C lebr-»- „ £*ik~
»^* r tion— Fourth annual picnic anil CSaVB
Raines of Clans Fraser and Macdonalil . WSijR,
order of Scottish UUnR at shell Mouud *
Park. Berkeley, Monday SeDtember ibC^
10,1891. A long list or athletic sports «*^
and valuable prizes to winners or all events A
number of valuable trate prizes. Including a sew-
ing machine, value $75. For full rartlcuiars see
printed programme, lion't miss the last ereat
gathering or the season. Aaml«slon to pars-
Adults BOc, children 25-!. >VM. CORMACK
sea 4 59 10 5t Sec. Cui'n.
P3" Notice of Annual Moetinir —To
»-*" the stockholders of the Pacific Klectrlc
Motor Company: You are hereby notified that the
next annum meeting of the stockuoldprs of said
company for the election of directors for the en-
suing year ana the truusactlou or such other busi-
i ness as may come before the meeting will be held
at the company's office, 12 Aunle St.. city of Saa
Francisco, State of California, at 8 p. m., on TUES-
DAY, the 11th day of September, 1894.
au29 14t _h._O_OWENs, Secretary.
g^2s» Notice of Aniiuil Meeting- —To
■*>*' members of tbe Weekly Benefit Society of
America: Yon are hereby notified that th« next
annual meeting of the members or the Weekly
Benefit society or America, for the election or
trust? for the ensuing year, and the transaction
or such other business as may come before the
inciting, will be held at the office or the society
li'iMu... Polk street, city of San Francisco. State of
California, TUESDAY, the eleventh nay or Sep-
tember, 1894. at the hour or 10 o'clock a. m- The
polls will remain open for the election of trustees
until 12 o'clock m. or that day.
, , „ J.C. SKINNER, President.
L. L. Nelson-, Secretary. au2B 16t
R^gr A Meeting Will Be He to Itor-oir
■ s * r on your piano without removal at COL-
LATKKAL HANK, 15 Grant are., near Market
_ stre 't. se3 BtUoTu
AWEEK'3 NEW: FOR 5 CEN IS - THE
W EEKLT CALU la wrapper, (or mailing.
t^jg 3 Bad Tenants Ejected for »4. Col-
"**■ lections mac«; city or country. Paclfie Col-
Ifctlon Co , 416 Montg'y St.. r. «. TeL 6580.de24tf
r^* John F. Lyons. Notary Public and
■-»' Commissioner or Deeds. Passports pro-
cured. Office t!O7 Montgomery St.; telephone
5439; residence •-'2O'J Stelner st. jyl tf
■Tjp Book* nought »nd Sold. Healj*
I*^^ DAL\. Moved to 300 Powell st. 18 tf
SES^t/ 1 * U- Molntyre, Bookbinder aid
Or~~zr Printer. 4 Via Comro-rclal St. jys tf
SITUATIONS WANTED— FEMALE.
pALL AT SWEDISH EMPLOYMENT BUREAU
VJ for hwedlsh and German girls. 832 Geary st.,
bet. Mason anil Powell: telephone 983. an!s tf
T^OR GOOD SERVANTS OK ALL NATION
1 alities. Apply MMX. LEOPOLD'S Employment
Office. 967 ai.d Ml Market, tel. south 351. Jy2a tf
\OUNG WIDOW FROM THE EAST WISHES
' centlemen's mending of any kind. Call, from
1 to 9 p m.. 118 sixth St., room 3. se4 6t*
HESPKCIAKLE WOMAN VVIMHKS SITtJ!
ailou to do cooking and general housework;
middle-aged. Apply 1722 Stevenson St.. bet.
Eighteenth and Nineteenth. s«4 St*
1 POSITION AS STRESS: CAN CUT AND
A fit: would do light chamberwork. Apply 1524
Eiimt B t4 3t*
T ADY WILL DO ALL KINDS OF SEWING;
iJ gentlemen's mending; clothes cleaned: cheap.'
114 Fourth st . room 15. se4 3t»
LDERLY PROTESTANT WOMAN WISHES
situation to do housework; Is "feood cook at d
baker. Address G. C, box 85. Call Branch. 4 3t*
"yODNG GERMAN GIRL WISHES PLACE FOR
■L light housework. Address SI boardmao place
In rear. ae4 3t»
T ADY WANTS POSITION A 8 COOK IN RES-
XJ taurant or boarding-house: can do washing
and also take car* or children. Please call 449
Third st. se4 3t«
TIGHT HOUSEWORK WANTED BY A COM-
J petent young girl. Apply 318 VaJleJo. se4 3t*
SWEDISH GIKL WISHES TO DO PLAIN
cooking or housework in American family:
speaks English. Address room 22, New Atlantic
Hotel. ie4 2t«
V RSE — EX PERIEN CED E> GLISU IN-
i-1 fantv nurs* wants situation. Address Nurse.
box 127. Call Branch Office. , se4 2t*
OMAN WANTS A SITUATION IN A NICE
'» American family; » good cook: can gi»ethe
best of refereures and no objection to the conn-
try. Call 1146 Howard st. se4 2t*
STRONG AND RKLIABLE WOMAN WISHES
C to do washing. Ironing, house-cleaning and
windows by the day. MRS. ROSS, 116 Twenty-
sixth St., near Mission. ss4 "1*
SITr.XTIONs WANTED - ( OXTIXCKD
' I'EKMA.N GIKL aN 1 s Asii I A ITON~T~O
(1 do general homework; wages $18. 406 ivy
' avenue. se4 2t»
I yOCNI* GIRL WISHES TO DO HOUSEWORK
A or take care of children. Please call at 660
Harrison st. se4 2t»
1 FkRESSMAKER WANTS WORK AT HOME, OR
, U will go out: $1 50 a day. 1018 Polk st. s42t«
Scandinavian" girl WANTS work by
day, house-cleaning or washing. Call 1204
Lark in gt. se4 2t»
', CEAMSTEESS. THOROUGHLY EX PER I-
-0 en. Ed In dressmaking, understands cutting ana
fitting, wishes family engagements; $1 per day.
1410 Busb. se4 2t«
DRESSMAKER AND SEAMSTRESS: FINE
fitter and draper: sews 50 cents a day. °- F -t
• box 88. this ofOce. *__
V"EAT COMPETENT GIRL WANTS SITUA-
-i-> tlon fir king and housework : is good cook
and laundress; city or country. Call 345 Minna.*
OOK-A FIRST-CLASS" ENGLISH: BEST OF
' references; understands all kinds or French
and a ii, can cooking- city or country. 206
fifth st. " •_
\i V COOK AND LAUNDRESS: NO OBJECTION
• ' to large family: understands all kinds of bak-
ing and pastry; willing and obliging. Call 760
Howard st. •_
! I* ANTED— BY A TRUSTWORTHY WOMAN,
*' situation to do housework: wages from $12
to $16: good references. Address 529 Mission St.,
near First. --. -■ ■ - ■ *
RELIABLE woman WANTS WORK by THE
X\ day: washing, ironing or housecleanlng; ref-
erences. 268 Jessie at. *__
RELIABLE WOMAN WANTS SITUATION TO
do light housework. Call or address 551
Howard St.. near Second. *
VOUNQ GIRL WISHES POSITION IN OFFICE
I or store. Address Office, box 86. Call Branch »
BY RESPECTABLE MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN
to do general housework: city or country. Ap.
ply 136 Eighth St. *
yOUNG GERMAN OF 17 WISHES TO DO
1 light housework and mind children. Address
488 Eighth st. »
y OUNG LADY WOULD LIKE TO LEARN TO
1 be a saleslady in dry- goods or candy store. Ad-
dress box 2. Call Branch Office, 116 Ninth St..
Tuesday and Wednesday. *
yOUNG WOMAN WOULD LIKE PLAIN SEW-
I Ing or any kind of work by tbe day. Call
Tuesday and Wednesday, 207 Valencia. •_
ANY KIND OF WORK BY THE DAY: WASH-
Ing. Ironing or cleaning done well. 19 Linden
aye.. near Van Ness. *
yOUNG GIRL WANTS SITUATION TO DO
1 general housework and cooking; reference if
required. Call 1208 c Howard St., near Eighth. *
AN TED-HOME FOR A SMART GIRL 10
»" years old In American or English family,
where she can go to school and do work for her
board. Address I). P., box 135, call Branch. 3 3*
i OMPETENT GERMAN GIRL WISHES M I UA-
V tlon to do general housework. Address Y. ('».,
box 184, Call Branch. se3 at*
youNG gTrl. recently FROM ger-
-1 many, wishes situation to assist In general
housework. IMVaiWlliuw aye.. bet. Seventeenth
and Eighteenth. se3 2t
RESPECTABLE GIRL WOULD INFORM
•"» her friends that she borrowed money on jew-
elry at COLLATERAL BANK, 15 Grant aye., near
Market st. se3 8t Mo I
Al RAPID AND ARTISTIC DRESSMAKERS
furnished to families at $1 50 a day. ADply
McDowell Academy, '.'o7a Powell st. s^iJ tf
OOD HUNDRESITWI StTeS~WORK IN IN-
stltutlon or hotel. Call 113 Bernard st »e'£ 3*
TTrkssmakei:. first class 1 fitter AND
I ' trimmer, wants few more engagements: $1 a
day. Address 114 F>U st. se2 3t«
GERMAN WIDOW. EXPERIENCED HOUSE-
vJ keeper, destres position In a family to do gen-
eral housework: city or country. Call room 84,
William Tell House, 315 Bush St. ge2 3t*
CWEDISU lAINDRESS DBSIBES A SITUA-
-0 tion in private families to do washing and
Ironing by the day. Pleaso address 1200 Larkln
street. - ge23t»
yOUNG GERMAN WIDOW WITH 3 CHIL-
I dren, age 14 and 6 years, wishes work as
housekeeper In a widower's family with children,
Address 121 Sixth St., room 8. so 2 3t»
V OUNG WOMAN WITH A CHILD WOULD
I like a sltuat on to do light housework: short
distance in the country; wages no object. Call
432 Jackson st. se2 3t*
OCNG WOMAN WISHES SITUATION* AS
I housekeeper for widower, or chambermaid ror
a lodging-house: best or reference. Address
J. A.. 2 Shepbird pi., city. se2 3t*
PROFESSIONAL N'li:SK WOULD LIKE A
I few engagements; confinement cases preferred :
charges reasonable. Address Nurse. 2304 Fill-
more St.. city reference. gel 6t*
A WEEK'S NEWS FOR 5 CENTS — THE
WEEKLY CALL. In wraDper. for mailing.
BAKEIi- TOONS SVVeUe^ WTTH EXPErT-
enc* In all kinds of baking wishes situation In
city or country. Call or address 921 Mission. 4 3*
VOUN«!(iiBF.RMAV WISHES POSITION AS
-I jauitor, porter or nlgnt-watcbman; good refi<r-
ence. Address J. W. P., oox 127. Call Branch. 4 3*
P ELI ABLE YOUNG MAN WANTS SITUATION
II as bookkeeper. Address ERNEST BAILY,
614 Van Nessave. se4 3t*
yilt NG. STRONG SCANDINAVIAN, MAM-
X rled. desires a situation as janitor, porter or
any other kind of work: understands steam, boiler
an J furnaces; handy wita tools; best of refer-
ences. W. C . 3021 Pine st. se43t*
(•OOD SHOEMAKER • WANTS POSITION^
VJ wages no object. H. M.. 1006 Hyde St. se4 2*
BARBERS AND HOTELMEN-A FIRST-CLASS
l-» barber with SO years' experience would like to
take charge of a first-class city or country shop;
it would take charge of a good country hotel;
wife and daughters good cooks and reliable peo-
ple. Address with full particulars JOHN hicks.
Byron. Cat. se4 2t»
QITUATION WANTED BY Al WAITER; CITY
0 or country: late steward Roumanian cafe.
Midwinter Fair. Address LEON, box 16, this
piO.IAP.LK, COMPETENT, NEW ENGLAND
XI man wants situation around private place to
make himself generally useful: Is neat and care-
ful; good references. Address D. A., box 118, Call
Branch. . •
MIDDLE-AGED, SOBER. INDUSTRIOUS ME-
i'i cbanie wishes work of any kind; city or
country: good references. Address t>. B-, box
127. Call Branch. *-~
\7ALKT FROM LONDON AND EXPERIENCED
V Invalid attendant: speaks French. German
and English: for expenses to London only. Ad-
dress Valet, box 99, Call Branch office. •
EZPBBIKNCED ECONOMICAL COOK, GER-
*-> man. shortly disengaged, seeks fresh place on
ranch, camp or otherwise. Address Cook, box
103. Cull Branch ortice. •
\. ANTED— SITUATION bY MIDDLE-AGED
*' man round gentleman's place; fully under-
stands care of horses and cows: first-class city
references. Address W. 8., box 131, Call Branch
MINIM COMPANY OR OTHER INCOUPOR-
-"-* ated organization; secretary, having office In
. one or the finest buildings in tbe city, desires en-
gagement; rent nominal; terms moderate: books
expert«d. Address Accouutant. box 68. s>3 7t«
ALL PERSONS WHO WANT SITUATIONS
and are short of money can borrow on any-
j thine of value from COLLATERAL BANK, 15
Grant aye.. near Market st. se3 8t MTu
SITUATION WANTED— MAR AND WIFE;
man class cook, any style; wife under-
stands any kind of work: country or city. Ad-
dress Cook. t)2a V 2 Howard st. g«3 st»
YOUNG MAN. AGE 91, DESIRES A SITU-
' atlon; bartender or waiter preferred; with
best of references. Q. W., 1207 Market st. se2 3*
SITUATION WANTED BY A YOUNG MAN TO
0 make himself useful: city or country. Ad-
dress EDWARD F. KELLY, 1052 Howard St..
room 1. ge2 3t»
\\ ANTED -BY A STEADY. RELIABLE
»» young man work of any kind in some large
business-house; willing to work himself up; good
references. Address M. , box 146, Call Branch.2 3*
1. IRhMAN WISHES SITUATION; MANY
1 ears' experience; best of references. 312
Brannal it. se2 St*
GEN TLEMAN OF LITERARY ATTAINMENTS
VJ wants employment; prepares and revises mat-
ter for publication, prose or verse: communica-
tions confidential. Address Benex, room 83, Flood
building. >u 3l 7 t «
FEMALE HELP WANTED.
i\ orkinu Housekeeper for school,
" must understand cooking. $10 to » 5 per
month: cook for 15 men at Nevada, $35: young
girl, housework, San Rafael. $26: middle-aged
German woman, light work, $10. R. T. WARD &
. CO . 610 Clay st. 1
pOOK AND SECOND GIRL, MAN RAFAEL,
KJ $.6 and $16, see lady here 10:30: 3 second
girls, $26 and $20: nurse. $15: 10 housework
girl*, city and country. $20 and $25: 3youug gins
assist, $12 to $15. Apply MISS CULLEN, 105
Stockton St.. room 2. 1
DEFINED MIDDLE-AGED PROTESTANT
At woman as invalid's nurse, short distance, $26:
second girl same house, $15; 3 German cooks,
$35 and $26: laundress, German or Swedish. $30.
Apply MISS CULLEN. 106 Stockton st,, room J. l
9 NEAT PROTKSTAKT GIRLS. CHAMBER
— work and waiting. $20 each: private school
seamstress. *.5. Apply MISS CULLEN, 105
Stockton st, room 2. 1
2 GIRLS FOR NAPA. ONE AS SECOND GIKL.
the other care or child 7 years old. $20 to $26
each, see lidy here. MISS CULLEN. 105 Stockton
st. room 2. - ,-i ;
OR GERMAN COUK, AMERICAN
' f * l ?k l J t o *25. small wash. Apply MISS CUL-
LEN. 105 Stockton St., room 2. 1
BENCH GOVERNESS, $25; FRENCH MAID,
1 $25. Apply MISS CULLEN. 106 Stockton St.,
room 3. ■, i .
pOOK, SMALL BOARDING-HOUSE, COUN-
■ yj try. $25, fare paid. MISS CULLEN. 105
' Stockton St.. room 2. - I
PROTESTANT COOK, FRUIT RANCH. $20.
MISS CULLEN, 105 Stockton St., room 2. 1
pOMPETENT GERMAN NURSERY GOV.
V. erness. $25. Apply MISS PLUNKETT, 424
suitor 3t- . \
2 WAITRESSES FOR~c77uvTRY~HOrEL, $20,
see boss here: 2 cooks, country. $20: 3 girls
for general housework, $15 and $20. MURRAY
A RKADY, 634 Clay St. 1
»l ANTED— SCOTCH OR ENGLISH CHAMBEK-
" maid, $25: German cook, $30 to $33: first-
class waitress, botel, $20; German cook, $25: sec-
ond girl, same place, $20: German nurse, refer-
ences, $26; young girls to assist, $10 to $15.
LEON A.NDRK. 320 Sutter st. 1
COOK^ SMALL COUNTRY HOTEL, $35;
y waitress, country hotel. *2O: waitress, private
boardlug-house, country, $20; waitress, hotel near
City. $20; cook and second girl, $30; German
second girl, $20. C. R. HA.NSEN * CO., 110
Geary st. 1
SHIRT-IRONER ON TROY MACHINE: COIN.
try institution; $25 aud found. C. R. BAN-
SEN & CO,, 110 Geary st. I__
pOOK FOR SMALL spring HOTEL for
\' the winter; like a private family; $25 to $30:
see boss here bet. 10 and 11 to-day. C. R. UAN-
SEN * CO., 110 Geary st. 1_
U ANTED— OH COOK, $25: NEAT
" waitress, nice place, $26; cook and second
girl, same bouse, $25 and $15. see lady here at
10 :S(I to-day: 3 Protestant cooks. $25 and $30: 2
French and German second girls, $20: 3 cooks.
German style, $25 and $30, and a great many girls
for housework. J. F. CROSETT A Co., 312 But-
\\ ■ ANTED— WORKING HOUSEKEEPER: *20.
*' J. F. CROSETT A- CO.. 312 Sutter l
V\ ANTED— WAITERS, SAN RAFAEL, $20;
"* German girl, country, fair paid, see lady
here 12 o'clock: housekeeper. $20;' girl. Santa
Rosa, light housework. $15; girl. Yountville, up-
stairs work: girl. AUinedii. $20, aud others.
MME. LEOPOLD, 957 and 961 Market St. *
U ANTED— 3 WAITRESSES; $15 AND $20 A
'* month. HOTEL GAZETTE. 420 Kearny St. 1
yiRST-CLASS BUTTON-HOLE MAKER ON
r vests. 125 V a Langton st. sa4 61'
L'RENCH GIRL FOR UPSTAIRS WORK AND
r make herself generally useful. Call 1715 la-
clflc aye., bet. 8 and 12 a.m. * * - l
l\ ANTED "-PROTESTANT WOMAN FOR GEN-
'» eral houseworK In country. Apply bet. »a. m
and 12 M. at 3332 Post st. ' e4 il
fIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK AND
\J cooking. 2413 Washington gt J_
L'INISHERS OK FINE PANTS: ALSO FINISII-
T ers to learn to baste 27a Clara st.
J^INISHER ON PANTS. SI HUBBARD ST.
YOUNG GIRL TO WAIT IN RESTAURANT.
1 210 Drumm St. [ -
VOUNO GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK;
1 need not cook. 1417 Geary st.
riOMPJBTENT GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE-
\J work. 530 Twenty-first St.. near Mission. »
IDDLE-AGED WOMAN TO ASSIST IN A
lodging-bouse. Call at 737 Howard st. *
OOD FINISHER ON PANTS. 1118 HOWARD
St., room -0. *
, • IRL FOB FELLING ON CUSTOM COATS;
>' steady: also apprentice. 18 Vis lUiss. •
/ ' IKL TO MIND CHILDREN AND ASSIST UP-
VJ stairs. 2113 Washington st._ 1
/ ■ lUL FOB LIGHT HOUSEWORK. J. N., BOX
yJ 23. this office. •
P PRENTICE ON FINE CUSTOM COATS;
paid while learning. 3 Caroline st. *
U ■ ANTED— GIRL H)K LIGHT HOUSEWORK;
_ wages $10. 1825 O'Farrell st *
/ IKL OB WOMAN TO HELP IN KITCHEN.
V ' 1123 Sutter st. | •
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK, COUN-
try. all 170H Post st, Tuesday. *
/ - ERMAN HOUSEGIRL. SHORT DISTANCE IN
"* the country; wages $20. 332 Geary st •
v ANTED— LADY'S MAID. WAGES $25: GIRL
'' for cnamberwork, $16; liousegirl, $20: 1
girls to assist, light, housework. $12. 332 Geary. *
i IKLTO HKLP AROUND COFFEE-PARLOR-
VJ »5 a month. 128 Eleventh st. *
1 UNCH WAITRESS WANTED. 258 FIRST
-Li street. • •
p IRL TO ASSIST IN' COFFEE-HOUSE. 606
VJT Mission st. •
J YOUNG LADIES TO LEARN TELEGRAPHY
t and qualify for good paying positions. CALI-
FORNIA TELEGRAPH CO.. Kearny. cr. Clay.4 5t
VOUNO GIRL ASSIST BABY; SLEEP HOME.
1 1928 Bush st. se3 3t*
I ' ERM A N~TTIRL WANTED FOR PLAIN COOK-
" ' ing and downstairs work; references re-
quired. Call Monday aud Tuesday forenoon at
1522 O'Farrell st. se3 2t*
T\ ANTED— A GIRL 14 TO 16 YEARS OLD
•' mind baby aud assist the lady. Call forenoon,
824 Harrison st. ge3 2t«
LADY MUSICIAN; TO LEARN TEACHING;
' $50 to $100 a month guaranteed in a year,
and assisted to a class. lloi/olurit. se3 2t*
\<H>(i GIRL TO WAIT ON TABLE AT
1 lunch time. -626 Fgurta it se3 3t*
/ - IKLS, GIRLS— HELP WANTED AT BURNS'
'.J Old Employment office, 862 Broadway, Oak-
and. au3l 7t«
rpHE LEADING SHORTHAND SCHOOL; 4
i months' course: day aud evening. Ayres'
Stenographic Institute. 328 Montgomery. an 26 tf
I>Ri)F. LIVINGSTON'S FRENCH COMBINA-
tIon of squares and dresscuttlng machine; sim-
ple, perfect, durable; patterns cut 204 Powell.lm
T EARN TO CUT AND MAKE PERFECT
11 dress without trying on. 1331 Market apB tf
MALE HELP WAMEII.
I ' F.RMAN COOK, B. C, $60 TO $70: COOK.
U $40; blackimltn for ranch, $1 50 and board,
tee party here early foreman, small fruit farm,
$25; ttemaktrs, teamsters, $20 and s2s: 25 labor-
ers. City, $1 and $1 75 per day. K. T. WARD &
CO.. 608 Clay st. i_
1 Cfl MEN AND BOYS TO PICK GRAPES. DRY
XUI/and box raisins, work to packing and dry-
ing house*. $30 and found. 3 to 4 month*' work;
only $1 office fee charged; call early. MURRAY
£ READY, 634 Clay at l
0 CONCRETE FINISHERS. NEAR CITY, $3 60;
*- blacksmith, city, $40 aud found; 5 concrete
laborers. $1 75 a day. MURRAY & READY,
634 Clay st. l
O LABORERS FOR WINERY, ALLOWED:
«J5 farmers, near cltv, $vo and $25; man to bale
hay. 10 laborers, near city, $1 75; 12 laborers
and teamsters for city; 5 tlemakerg, redwood, 9c.
MURRAY A READY, 634 Clay St. 1
AKER FOR SMALL COUNTRY SHOP, $30:
3 hotel cooks, country, $40 and $15: restau-
rant cook and dishwasher, $50; second cook for
hotel, $35: 2 restaurant waiters, couutr}, $30.
MURRAY & READY. 634 Clay »t. 1
5 GERMANS OR SCANDINAVIANS TO PICK
grapes, $30. MURRAY & READY, 634 Clay. 1
"1 n ITALIANS FOR AN ITALIAN VINEYARD
lv' to pick grapes. $30 and found. MURRAY&
READY. 034 Clay at. l
\l ANTED— COOK ON FRUIT RANCH. $20;
" i reni'h restaurant cook. $60; waiter, ptalo
hotel. $25: waiter who speaks Spanish. $20;
Swedish teamster in vineyard, $30 a mouth: ap-
prentice for laundry, $15; German boy tor saloon,
$15: German dishwasher, $20. LEON ANDRE,
320 Suiter St. 1
Vi ANTED— CARRIAGE-PAINTER FOR PART-
* ncr; laborers, $1 75 a day; teamster, $1 75 a
day: bridge carpenters. $2 50 a day: 2 milkers.
same ranch, $20 and found: farmers $15 and $20;
wood-choppers, chore man, farmers and wives,
restaurant waiter and others. Apply to J. F.
CROSETT & CO., 628 Sacramento st. 1
\VANTED-25 MEN TO PICK GRAPES; $20
'» per month and board: long lob aud Al place.
W. D. EWER A CO., 626 Clay St. 1
W ANTED— 4 FARMfcHS ON THE SAME
"» ranch, $20 a month and found; choreman on
rancn. $15; potwasher. $30, and others, at W. D.
EWER & CO.'S, 6i6 Clay st- 1
%V • AN TED-OTTO BUNTROCK, PLEASE CALL
•* or send your address to W. D. EWER a- CO
62 C Clay st. i '
IRONER WHO CAN RUN A No. 9 TROY MA-
-L chine, country laundry. $25 and found: oyster-
opener, restaurant, city, $30. ■ C. R. HAN SEN &
CO., 110 Geary st. i
Kflfl MEN TO PICK GRAPES. SEVERAL
\J\J months' work. $30 a month and found. C
R. HAN SEN & CO., 110 Geary st. . 1
\\ ANTED— WAITER, $30 AND ROOM: MAN
" for chores, $10 a month. HOTEL GAZEiTE,
420 Kearny st. i ■
AN TO CARE FOR HORSES AND DRIVE;
country: $25: local references necessary
Apply Mt»S PLUNKETT. 424 Sutter st. it
/ CALIFORNIA MUTUAL BENEFIT BOOIBTY—
1 ' Men wanted through the State; paying propo-
sition. D. U. BRADLEY, Supt., Murphy 81dg.4 tf
I. OY WANTED: MUST SPEAK GERMAN. AP-
_ ply 510 T wenty-flfth st , " » r Harrison. •
pERMAN GROCERY CLERK: ONLY GOOD
VJ men need apply. EUGENE PFAFI-ER. 1831
Market st. •
p RAIN ERS' HELPERS WANTED; COR STEV
VJ ensoa and Nineteenth ats: this morning. J
YOUNG MAN, GOOD COOK. WITH 8150 To
1 join me In purchasing a nice restaurant § Ad-
dress No. 13, box 136. Call Branch Office. ' •
MAN WANTED TO DO LIGHT Hu USE WORK-
-I*l must understand little cooking Cor Chest'
nut and Montgomery sts.. nr. Sansome. ge4 2t»
2 br A ushe . ERS - 37 CLEMENTIN *- ST., BRING
V OUNG MAN. ALL-ROUND BUTCHER CALI"
I after 1 p.m., ion Eighteenth st"nr. Castro •
WparI ED ~ '-«*» X 6 SOUTH
( "Jo"6D PRESSER ON PANTS. 279 CLARA ST.
___________^ - *
= YOUNG HEN TO LEARN TELEGRAPHYTNn
NlA U T_£'ECBlpW. lrln K lf Pollt ' On> "calTfo'r?
HIA lil - LE ''KAFH CO.. Kearny at. cor. Clay.s4 6
\\ A:s IKD-MAN1 KD -MAN with $150 in good-pat
10 M^S^s^Frl^^ l^^ 5
HELP WANTED— CONTINUED.
Tv~AN TED— YOUNG MAN. UNDKRSTANDING
the butcher trade; SB per week, board aud
lodging. Address C. P, box 133. Call Branch. 34*
IJORKOW MONEY ON WATC KS FROM
I > COLLATERAL BANK, 16 Grant aye., near
Market si. • se3 8t MTu
U ANTED— SOBER MAN IN SALOON BUSI-
'■ ness; experience unnecessary; small capital
required: rare chance: bargain. 63ti Third. 3 3t*
YEW 2 CHAIR BaRBER-SHOP FOR SALE;
-i-> 875. 620 Battery st. se3 3t*
L^INE HOT LUNCH, PLATE SOUP. LIVER AND
" onions with beer, wine or cider. 5 cents. MRS.
DAILY'S, 619 Merchant St. an2B 7t ex Su
L IRST-CLABS GARDENER FOR COUNTRY.
T For further Information apply CHAS, ABRA-
HAM, western Nursery, Greenwich, bet. Frank-
lin and Gough. se2 7t*
p. a m"e*n~~ av anted — miwlv
O\J single rooms: 15c and 20c per night. 641
Washington St. »el 71*
MEN WANTED-321 ELLIS, ROSEDALE:
M rooms 25c to $1 11 ght. 81 25 to $4 week, si tr
ARBEKS' PROTECTIVE UNION EMPLOY-
i> ment secretary. C. TROELL.6S7 Clay.an 29 lm
ODUING. 60c to PER WEEK, 16c TO 75c
-J per night. Oriental. 225 Drnmm st. au29_tf__
OOD BARBER-SHOP FOR SALE; CHEAP:
vT good location; only $35 rent; long lease;
good business; reasonable offer accepted. Inquire
321 Sutter St.. auction-house. au29 7t*
T\~AN TED-CITY AGENT, BY LEADING IN-
*' suranre company: none but persons of long
residence and large acquaintance. Address H.W.,
box 145, Call Branch office^ au2s 14t
LJOLI<:ITORS~FOR UNION-MADE CIGARS; $3
0 for samples. 1434 Howard St. au24 tr
IHA MEN TO TAKE LODGING AT 100, 15c
1 \J\J and 20c a night. Including coffee and rolls.
624 Washington st-, near Kearny. je!6 tf
SELL US YOUR OLD SHOES; BEST PRICE
> given at 664 Mission St., also U3iv Sacra-
mento st.: repairing done cheap. aul7 3m
U ANTED- FOR SINGLE FURNISHED
'• rooms, $1 week, 25c per night. Elcho House,
863V 2 Martet st an 16 if
\\ AN~I ED-FREE BEER; TWO SCHOONfcKS
'» for 5c at 647 Sacran<ento st. iul4 (Jin
\1 EN FOR SOUP. MEAT, POTATOES, BREAD.
m butter, coffee; all for 10c. 44 Fourth.aul2 tf
\| EN'S HALF SOLEING 50c: DONE WHILE U
->>! wait. 638 Market.opp.Pal. Hotel, LKVET . 1 m
riIRY ACME HOUSE, 957 MARKET ST., BE-
-* low Sixth, for a room; 25c night:sl week. 2o ly
i\ ANTED— LABORERS AND MECHANICS TO
know that Ed Roikln, Reno House proprietor.
has opened Soto House, iS'i Fourth St.: 100 rooms-
-26c to $1 per night: 81 26 to 84 per week. 20 ly
J-EST IN CITY-SINGLE ROOMS, 15,20 AND
« > 25 cents ptr night: $1, $1 25, $1 60 per ween.
racltic Hous>. Commercial and Leidesdorff m!7tt
ll.' ANTED— SINGLE ROOMS ISO A DAY. 81 A
" week; rooms for 2 25c a day, $1 50 a week.
Reading room: dally I'aiii-rs. 3B Clay at. mr2-' tf
IV ANTEDStTcONIj-HANK WIN li.M 11. I. POMP
" and tank: must be In proper order and ciiean.
Address O. HOLMBEKG. 959 Howard st. se4 3t*
IA ANTED— DOWD'S HEALTH EXERCISER.
" Address 1). E. box 131. Call Branch. se« 3t*
«JUU acres (vicinity) and life policy: will
return 810,000 within 90 days. X. O. X., box 40,
this office. ' sei -21*
MONEY TO LOAN.
n i T ° loa?* on
tip 11/. \J\J\J .VJVJyJ bonds, pianos, diamonds,
sealskins, watches, silverware, paintings, safes,
buggies, furniture at C-JLLATERAL BaNK. 16
Grant aye., near Market st. se3 8t MTu
ONEY ON PIANOS AND FURNITURE. 319
Ellis St., room 12. se3 3t*
MONEY' LOANED ON DIAMONDS, WATCHES
ii jewelry, guns, pistols, etc., at Plaia Loan of-
fice, 702 Kearny.NE.cor.Clay: strictly rellable.lm
C*£A OK MORE ON PIANOS, NOTES, FIRST
ipOvt ana second mortgages; city only. SPECK,
19 Montgomery st. an 19 tf
L IKS I AND SECOND MORTGAGE: 6 PER CT.
T $100 upward. MURPHY. 628 Market. 23 tf
ORIGINAL UNCLE BILL LENDS MONEY ON
everything; all business strictly confidential.
850 Market, E.cor Stockton, rooms. 17*18. Is ly
MONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGE OR COL-
laterals JAS. E. DAMON, 303 Montgomy.6m
I- X LOANED ON IST OR 2D MORTGAGE, LIFE
v-> insurance; no delay. ISAACS.24O Montg'y, R. 6.
BANKBOOKS BOUGHT; NOTES DISCOUNT
ed; loans. W. U. WARD, 112 Montgy. aps tt
ON ANY SECURITY. AT LOW RATES: DEAL-
ing confidential. 43 Crocker building. ap3 6m
MONEY LOANED ON JEWELR* AND OTHER
valuables at the Security Loan Bank, 1108
Market, nr. Mason; private entrance 7 Turk. ap9tf
AN FRANCISCO COLLATERAL LOAN BANK?
k 638 Kearny: only corporation that lends money
on diamonds watches: low Interest. oc4 tf
L OR SALE— TO BE REMOVED; HOUSE OF 4
'- tenements, 2 stores. 911 Folsom. upstairs. 4 3*
A DVICE FREE; DIVORCE LAWS A SPECIAL-
-rt- ty: collections, damages, wills, aeeds, etc G.W.
HOWE, Att'y-at-Law. 850 Market. cor.Stockton.tt
,■ AS FIXTURES AND GLOBES CHEAP: .
** plumbing and gastitting 623 Golden tiate
are.. H. HCKSCHMIDT. TeL 2368. anlO tf
JV. KNIGHTS HAVING BEEN DISCHARGED
• from my employ U no longer an authorized
agent for the transaction of any business In my
name. [se3 7t] JOHN LEE.
\ LVA. MAY. LAURA AND ALL YOUNG
■TV and beautifoi ladles are notified that the high-
est amount is loaned on watches, diamonds and
jewelry at COLLATERAL BANK. 16 Grant aye.
near Market st. ■ se3Bt MTu
BEST-FITTING PATTERNS AND PLEATING
U CRAVEN SISTERS, 211^ Third St. MTuWe lm
rpELEPHONKS, H75: HEADQUARTERS FOR
A everything electrical; senafor latest catalogue.
Klein's Electbicai. Works, 720 Montgy. se2 tf
ADVANCES MADE ON DIAMONDS,. ETC.
■TV BALDWIN Jewelry Store. 948 Market.al7 bin
rpo INTRODUCE THE PARIS TAILOR PAT-
A terns we will send for 60c. postal note, to any
address, an elegant French doll's wardrobe, con-
sisting 01 12 patterns, including the bod) they
were cut for; any lady ran select a pattern for
herself out of this wardrobe and sending measure
to us will receive pattern free. This offer holds
good for one month only. Address Paris Pattern
Company. 72 Chronicle building, San Francisco,
or 1064 Twenty-first St., East Oakland. an3l lm
MRS. AD. ZILLMER. LADIES' PHYSICIAN*.
I*l moved to 1081 Mission, bet. and 7th. 30 15*
JONES' RUBBER ROOF PAINT; THIS IS
the only paint known that can be guaranteed
to last for 5 years on tin, sheet Iron or shingle
roofs: prices to suit the times: roofs repaired free
berore painting. Call or leave orders at J. B.
JONES', 346^ Fifth St.. city. HU297t»
\V ANTED — WATCHES AND CLOCKS OF
** every kind to repair; first-class work at rea-
sonable prices: if others fail don't forget to try
me and you will be satisfied. EMIL PFi'M),
Swiss watchmaker, 657 Washington st. au23 iy
A DVICE FREE: LEGAL AND PRIVATE MAT-
■TA ters. People's Law Office. 838 Market. McCABK.
BOTTOM FIGURES. ~ ~
Second-hand oak bed sets $13 60
Second-hand extension tables 4 00
Secoud-haud parlor sets .... " 15 00
Second-hand chairs '//.' 26
Second-hand carpets, per yard....." 25
1 carry the largest stocK of new and' second-
hand rurniture and carpets on the Pacific Coast"
cash or time payments.
J. NOON AN. 1017. 1019. 1021 and 1023 Mission
St., above Sixth; open evenings. aul7 tr
PIANO LESSONS, 25c HALF HOUR, BY GER-
man lady. 1126 Howard at. aus 3m
I* IN NEED OF SHOWCASES. COUNTERS,
x bars, shelving mirrors, safes, scales, etc.. do
not fall to see my stocs before purcnating: 1 carry
the largest line of such goods in this state both
new and second-band. J. NOONAN, 101? to 1023
Mission St.. above Sixth. 16 tf
(: *E. SNOOK PLUMBERS. ROOFERS
VJ . steam nd « "-»"« r »- Telephone 1727. 630
SacTsmento St.. near Kearny. 0c24 tf
l_j IGHEST J RICE AID CAST-OFF CLOTH-
■U-ing. told, jewelry, boots. KLEIN. 109 Blxtq.tr
W i ND^^ HAD MANUFACTURED TOOK-"
" tier by WILLIAM McPHUN. ll9sMarket24tt
yj aways. victorias, bugjies. etc • 15"1 Calirornil
nr. Polk; telephoned ° M. CONLON. prop. 27tt
QUIT TO ORDER ON EASY INSTALLMENTS?
O Merchant tailor, 613 Kearny st. my 37 tt
QUBSORIBE TO -THE CALL" AND YOU CAN
'^turesque CaiUornU" for 10
— — — ~—^^— ___^_
85t) Market at., cor. Stockton, opp. 4th: sea I iy
ANY TOOTH FILLED OR ixTRAOTED
geroSfcoci 1 . 1 ' by mr secret method without dan
f""» 8c . o «««»«orga*: won 8 first prizes "prices
reasonable; work warranted; all operations ex-
aOJJVharrell em^ l ber l have W. LEEK. au2s to
20 O'l'arrell it. DR. GEORGE W. LEEK. au26 tf
DriJ;^t L h UMH I LL ' U * 3MARKETST -. I>i]E : A R
l j! '■ . no , charge for extracting when plates
dremade; old plates made over like new; teeth
from $8 per set ; extracting 50c ; gas given. 4tf
A FULL SET OF TEETH FOR 87: FILLINGS
KP-v a UV^'S} P, rice *: « r| warranted. DR. J. XT.
KEY.II2 i Market st..bet.Mason and Taylor. 15 tt
/OLTON DENTAL ASSOCIATION. HO* MAR-
V ketst DR. CHARLES W. DECKER. JeB tt
DR. 11. «. YOUNG— EXTRACTION PAINLESS;
platewerk, bridgaworic. teeth wltaoat plates
a specialty. 1841 Pott st. my 14 tf
V O PAIN -EXTRACTING OF TEETH MADE
JLVeasy; toe and $1; artificial teeth from**;
BiltßK from $1. CROOKS Dental AMeelmtle*
/o^Market St.. bet. Third and Fourth. »pl3 tt
©7 •* SET FOR TEETH; WARRANTED AS
V * (rood as can be made: filling *1. DR. SIMMS
leatlst. t3O Market, next Baldwin Theater ecltt
TYPEWRITERS AN D SUPPLIES.
CHAS. E. NAY LOR, MFGRS' AG'T, 19 MONTY
st. Standard Typewriters and supplies: Mimeo-
graph goods; installment terms; rants, repaits. tf
pob'faik and DEALING to b VY
r or sell a business go to the reliable nrmof
STRAND * PROLL I _l9_Sixttl_st. Inr.1 nr. Market. *
C'£f;n BRANCH BAKERY, CIGARS NO-
OOU. tions. coffee parlor, etc.; clears $100
per mouth: near park: s»le includes build ng:
ground rent $10: 7 years' lease; wortbSlooo:
bargain on account or departure. See &IKAND
& PKOLL, 19 Sixth st.
tf;<>»r- RESTAURANT: GOOD LOCATION;
&ZZO . clear $75 month. STRAND & PROLL,
19 Sixth st. ___————
C&R^n CORNER GROCERY: BAR; VALUE
tg)DOU. In sight. STRAND & PROLL.I9 Sixth.*
im-lf)- BRANCH BAKERY; 4 ROOMS. SEE
tip IjLO. STRAND & PROLL, 19 Sixth St. »
"PARTNER FOR HALF INTKREsF7n3FhIS
X State of well-Day ing patent for sale; fuwr in-
troduced: references required. Particulars at
STRAND & PKOLL, 19 Sixth St. *
S') 1 "?^ SALOON; FULL VALUE IN STOCK.
I O. fixtures. STRAND & PROLL. 19 .Sixth* •
<SiA7^\ CIGAR STORE WITH CLO BROOMS;
«lptt I *). pays well; good location near Market
st. ; worth double; bargain: account departure.
STRAND & PROLL. 19 Sixth St. •_
<JT>lC}jr BAKERY, CANDY-STORE: CANT
■—•O. be duplicated for the money: does a
lively business and makes money: excellent rea
sons for selling, made known to Inquirers: low
rent; living-rooms: this is a real bargain and will
bear thorough investigation. BOND & CO., 759
Market st. *_
CIGAR-STOKE-GOOD LIVING; PRICE $150.
BOND & CO., 759 Market St. •_
"PARTNER IN MARKEI-ST. SALOON: DOING
-I- rushing business; must be good mau: $500 re-
quired. BOND _ CO., 759 Market st »
1 IGAR-STORE-S22STGOOD TRADE; TRIAL
1 given. BOND & CO., 759 Market st. *
>n WELL-FURNISHED ROOMS: FULL: BEST
—-L location: sacrifice 011 account or departure;
bargain; $450. BOND & CO., 759 Market St. *
HOUSE CLEARING $100 MONTHLY; LOCA-
«-» tion central. HUM) & CO., 759 Market, st. »
Q9^A PARTNKR WANTED: FRUIT,
«jp«£ O\J. green grocery and dairy produce
store: splendid location: fine store; full stocK;
cash sales, $25 to $40 per day; beet business of
the kind In this city; makes $65 to $75 per month
to each : can be Increased ; must work in store ami
help: will find all he can do; bargain not of ten
met with. See GEO. STEWART. 6:-52 Market. 1
<C 1 f\fU\ RESTAURANT HAVING EXCLU;
«JPl\./UU. slvetradfl of transfer and car inens
sure profit or over $100 mouth; low rent: receipt
$40 daily. SPECK, 19 Montgomery st. •__
RESTAURANT ON MARKET ST.. KEPT 5
it years by present owner: place speaks for it-
self : will exchange for good city or OaKland lots.
Apply A. M. SPECK & CO.. 19 Montgoinery.se4 tf
PESTAURANT AND BRANCH BAKERY;
It steady trade; living-rooms; bargain. 110
Eighth st se4 71*
l\ AN TED-PARTNER IN A VERY PROFIT-
"' able manuiactory of pyrotechnical fireworks;
no experience required. Call 17 Pane ave.sr4 3t*
|\- ILL SELL ON ACCOUNT DEPARTURE Si X
** acres this year's crop Tokay grapes, 6 acres
Muscat grapes and 4 acres Ziuiaudel graces. C.
E. FINNEY, Concor i. Cat. se4 7t*
T>ESTAURANT AT. 60 THIRD ST. MUST liE
It sold this week at your own price. Indiana
Auction Co., Bw'l Mission St. se4 St
(J</?Ark GOOD PAYING SAUSAGE FACIOKY
tlpUv'U. and butcher-shop on Fourth St., near
Market; or partner wanted ; trouble between part-
ners cause or selling. Apply H. GEOKGK. 24
Minna st. se4 3t*
( IGAR - STORE; $200; BARGAIN: BEST
V chance offered. Call at once 406 Market 47*
yooNtJ man. good cook, with $150, to
I join me in purchasing a nice restaurant. Ad-
dress IS, box 135, Call Branch. *
<k~\ 9^n A FINE BUSINESS: WHOLESALE
tS)J.^iO\J. trade: to be sold immediately; leav-
lug the city. Address M. R.,Call Office, Oakland 4 4c
13ESTAURANT IOR SATE: GOOD TRADK:
It first-class fixtures: Investigate. 107 i.arktn.4 5*
Q«"I Of I A CORNER GROCERY ANt7~Bar7
«IDX^v/v/. best paying business soutu of Mar
ket: good outside trade. LUNDIN & STEH L
47 Third St. sej>3 31*
fflj I on non r\c\c\ TO LOAN ON pianos,
<jj> I UU.UI'U, UUU without removal, at COL-
LATERAL BANK, 15 Grant aye.. near Market
PARTNER W ANTED-PAYING COR. SALOON ;
J. sober man: some money. 6<3 Howard. se3 4t*
(Jt*)')^ RESTAURANT; GOOD PLACE FOR
\&--£iO . man au'l wife. 969 Howard st.se3 3t*
QALOON; 4 LIVING-ROOMS; RENT $22 50;
0 gooa business; a bargain. Apply 649 Mis-
sion st. se3 3t*
GREAT BARGAIN; BAKERY. CONFEC-
tlonery, Icecream and notion store; 4 living
rooms; rent $15. 2853 Mission st. se2 3t*
1 "i; SALE, CORNER SALOON ON THIRD ST.;
1 -T very cheap; trouble between partners cause.
Apply H. GEORGE, Eintracht saloon, 639 Caii-
fornia Bt. se2 3t»
HOTEL. 18 ROOMS, NEWLY FITTED UP, ALL
occupied: for sale on account of sickness:
fine chance for man aud wife; 31600. Apply Call
Branch. as* Vt*
TEAMING BUSINESS FOR SALE— I *)R i
wagons and teams: steady work hauling
cement, gravel, rocK, etc. Inquire at 3412 Cali-
fornia st. . se2 3t*-^"
LOR SALE— NICELY FITTED- UP R." STAU.
x rant. Apply 27 Ninth. sei; 3t*
FOR HONORABLE DEALING IN BUSINESS
places and r-ai estate, and quick sales, see
BOND & CO.. 769 Market st. a 11 .11 7t«
Gl*l C\ C\l\ SALOON FOR SALE FOR $aOO-
-<P -LXJKfyf must be sold on account of sickness-
handsomely fitted up: well stocked: 3 furnished
rooms: see this great bargain. 1759 Mission. M 6*
L OK SALE CHEAP— SALOON, CENTRALLY
•T located, with 3 living-rooms attached; wen fit-
ted up and In good running order. Apply to Me-
LEOD Ac FAUSS. 515 Market st aoSl tf
ffljPj^JJ SALOON; COR. BATTER* AND ORE-
%IPU*J\J. gon sts., opposite PostOiflee. Inaa re
NABER. ALFS & BRUNK, 323 Market. jy27 tf
A LOON FOR SALE. OR PARTNER WANTED.
0 37 East st. bet. Howard and Folsom. au'J9 7t*
f'KNTKAL PARK RESTAURANT, 1191-U33
V Market st., near Eighth; investigate; no rea-
sonable offer refused »uv!2 tf
C;1k()|) 19 VKARS 1 ESTABLISHED ORO-
l>t\t\.t. eery-store in OaKlamt; fine .stock or
goods and splendid business; fine oha-ice for
right man to make money. Inquire CURTIS ■&
BOWLKY, room 32. 2d floor, Mil.s building. an 4 if
LOR SALE-INTERIOR AGENCY ON THIS*
-T paper: price $3500: paying *2UO per month.
Inquire this office. , e ai tf
pntAPEST AND BEST IN. AM ERIC A- THE
V WEEKLY CALL, sent to any address in tho
United States or Canada one year for $1. '>ustaa3
tree ) .
LOI>OIN<i-H()U.SE.S FOR SALE.
TO BUY OR SELL^A^LoTHrrNITIIOt -1 BEI
» STRAND & PKOLL, 19 Sixth St.. 111. Market. *
vv HO WILL MAKE AN OFFER; 17-l7o7>M-
well furnished: on Geary: good lucom»-
-$7OO. SPECK, 19 Montgomery.* ■ . •':■'.
1 AOf\ MISSION— ROOMS FiU.I. OF
±\J*J\J steady roomers; cheap on account leav-
city. se4 7t»
COnO 31 FURNISHED ROOMS AND RES-
•iPwUV/. taurant: fixtures: account departure
552 Mission. au2-< 14t*
©19- ?i Ti n 1 i 5 re^^KioS^cottaSE
«25J^.U. Apply 1 Hyde place, oft Hyde st, north
of Turk. •
FRONT AND REAR HOUSE: LOT
$)Oo\J\). 23x137:6: rents $52 per mouth.
Apply In rear 1219 Pacific, near Leavenworth.2 7*
REDUCTIONS ON LARGE STOCK. NEW AND
J.I second hand; 400 carpets, good as new; oil
cloth, 25c; parlor suit*, flu up: linoleum 45c: 7-
piece chamber suits. $14 50; cornice poles. 25c-
ranges, $6: cash or installments; goods shinned
tree. T. H. NELSON. 126 Fourth st. I tf
/ 'IT PRICES IN FURNITURE AND CARPETS
VV this week at Mt-C ABE'S. 948-950 Mi5<103.24 ly
U' ILEY bROS.. 931 MISSION-FURNITURE.
_^_c»r^«>t« Horn *• 1 1 •>•■•■: r»<h In»tallm'ts.no4 lv
_FU R> JX L X E WANTED.
FURNITURE, STOVES. SHOWCASES H.I ill C
■t and sold. JAS. ANDERSON. 1121 Market st. tt
\V ILL! AM BUTIERFIELD, AUCTIONEER:
' buys, sells and rents furnished bouses. Offlce
opposite Palace Hotel, 2d floor Crocker bids. Itf
I ' EO F. LAMSON WILL BUY YOUR FURNI-
ture: * ture: full cash value. 410 Kearny, r'm 3. mltf
MJ. SIMMONS *CO., AUCTION WILL
. nuv your furniture, piano* and boons: da
not dispose of them until you hare seen him. 1057
Market st ■ _j ap 9 tf
A LARGE QUANTITY SECOND-HAND FUR-
xv niture wanted; 20 per ct paid more than else-
where. MALONE 110 Fourth; new store. m2O tf
~~ CAKI'KT CLEANING.
rmiJJJ. E. MITCHELL CARPET -CLEANING
I Co. (incorporated ; successors to J. E. Mitchell;
oid established carpet-cleaning machines; clean-
lug 3c yard. 230 Fourteenth st, tel. 6074. a! 3 tr
K. MITCHELL BEING DECEASED, Z. T.
. BARBER, his former driver. Is now conduct-
ing the carpet-cleaning business at the old stand,
236 Fourteenth St.: tel 00, Mission. je.S 6tn
pITY STEAM CARPET BEATING AND"een£
\J vating Works, ss and 40 Eighth; G. R. STE-
VENS, manager. Telephone call, 3250. my 3 6in
T MCQUEEN'S CARPET BEATING AND REN~
O . ovating works. 463 Stevenson; tel. 3228.m6 tf
l\- HEN YOU BECOME DISGUSTED WITH
» » peor work tend to SPAULDINU'S Pioneer Car-
Beating Works. 363-7 Tenama; tel». 3040.21 :r
CARPETS THOROUGHLY CLEANED AND
™» r o^°J ate * unit as new. S. 8 - FKUUUSON «
CO., 28 Tenth st ; telephone 303«, 1 If
CON KLIN 'S I CARPET BEATING WORKS. 333
V boiden Q>te are. : telephone 21 28. 13 tt
ATTORN KYS-AT-LA W
A DVICE FREE; DIVORCE LAWS A SPECIAL-
collections, damages, wills, deeds, etc G.W.
a - "_ X - Att at Lar.-. S5O Market, cor. Stockton- «
VV lDAVII)I0N . ORNEY-AT-LAW. 420
" . CalifornU st. rms. 14-16: advice free. *Btf
RA CKOTHUB. ATTOKMJBT-AX-LAW. CM
• Clay is. Be 3 tf
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