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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890
: : --; . . Tl _^ LOST. WILL THE PERSON WHO PICKED UP S?o_£ '...»' ogram breast-pin - in front of 111 l Mason st. please return to 111 l Masonst - - .-■-■-■ -It* LOST— BLACK- AND-TAN PUP, WEARING COLlar. . Liberal reward when returned to 605 Tnrkst..— -.---■■■- -•-.. '■■■--.. :&lt;■ It* . J A PASS-BOOK WITH TIIE HIBERNIA j Savings and Loan Society of San Francisco In the name of F-LISE JOLIDUE, No. 160.031: the finder will please return to bank- ■ _!_______ ON MISSION ST., BET. SIXTEENTH AND ST. Mary's College, pocket-book: name on outslds . FRANCESCO DEMARTINI: return to Italian Restaurant, 105 Pacific st, receive reward. aps __» OST, APRIL 2 — A COW OUT OF A DROVE from the country; suitable reward by returning same to Liberty Dairy, 5-mlle house, Mlssiou road.l* LOST— ROAN COW, ABOUT 4 Y'EAHS OLD: fat; 1 ear split. Cloverdale Dairy, Bay View. 4 2* LOST— A PASS-BOOK WITH THE HIRER.'- 1 1 Savings and Loan Society of San Frauclsca In the name of SIICHAEL LYONS or JOHN 11. DOO...
REAL ESTATE. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890
REAL ESTATE. What Has Been Done During the Week in Houses and Land. The Condition of the Money Market— Property That Was Disposed Of by Auction— Prices Eealiz.d at Private Bale. The week's showing in real estate is again good. The tone of confidence is well maintained and seems growing. The pulse of the market heats strong and steady, but with not the slightest symptom of feverishness. lis beat is a healthy, well-regulated one. Everything goes daily to prove that it is in this direction that the favorite outlet for surplus cash will lie. A good deal, however, depends on the future course of the money market. While easy rates now 'suggest n plethora of supply, a big demand might soon causo a hardening tendency. Irrigation projects, the largely increasing acreage to be planted in orchards and vineyards that promises to follow|right on the heels of the just granted reduction iv fruit rates by rail, and a host of other bona fide reproductive land enterprises all over the State, all turn...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890
-". CITSINKSS C_____W_BB- -• _.l_&lt;! CITY-FRONT SALOON;" A* GENUINE iji Ox), bargain. FLETCHER. i Eddy st It* QilAO PARTNER IN FINE REAL ESTATE -t-v —- -" I '. business; clears $90 each per month: no experience required. FLETCHER. 1 1.d.1v st 1* (ft l"|l CORNER GROCERY AND BAR A SACRI«7" 1«..'- te,-. FLEICHER. 1 Eddy St. It* C-l-ll GENERAL VARIETY. STATIONERY _&gt; 1 OXJ. a.Mi cigar store. FLETCHER, 1 Eddy at* C' v .-.1l F'OUBTiI Sl'. CIGAR-STORE: GOOD (3&gt;_JV.. paying place. FLETCHBii. 1 Eddy st. » m j i - OOFPEK AND CROP HOUSE; GENUINE &lt;gIOU InvestmeiiL it I I Klll-.K. 1 Eddy st * inn BRANCH BAKERY AND ; CANDYCll" 1 store: a bargain. PLFrrCHER. 1 Eddy.* SALOON-MUST RE SOLD-. MAKE OFFER. Cigar-store. 213 Montgomery are. aps 21* C. GOOD BUSINESS: GOOD LOCA Han; cheap. 717 Mission st. aps 2t* _- »/-(- LODGING HOUSE, 21 BOOMS: GOING tJtOxJXJ, East 545 Mission st. * aps 21* VI' ANTED— TO BUY A GROCERY AND BAR; '1 stale price anil location. Addres...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890
BUSINESS CHANCES-CONTINUED. - Ql ".MM A FINE PAYING SALOON FOR SALE . _. IUUU. at the terminus or one or our principal cable lines; is in the immediate vicinity of oneof the main entrances to the park and base-ball grounds; doing a very large business; well fitted up; has 8 well .urnlshed roouis, with piano, etc.: a sure fortune for the right party. Apply K. KENNY, 22 Kearny St. ■■-.-.. - ' .- It __••&gt;! 11 1/1 PARTNER WANTED— TO ASSIST IN •J)___UUU. looking after the hired help, etc. In a first-class hotel of 120' rooms; Hue location across the bay; always full of first-class people: established nearly 15 years; the present owner has cleared nearly $30,000 in the last five years: you will find him ooe of the best-known men in instate and popular and respected by all: no previous experience required, but must be of. steady habits moi no bar. ; this is a very desirable busiuess. Apply K. KE. N . . -22 Kearnyst it *ft-.nn PARTNER WANTED— TO TAKE OBtj?tJXJXJ. dersin the store...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890
CITY HEAL ESTATE. ' ' -■ REAL ESTATE _*OR SALE BY 0. S. CAPP A CO., 888 Marketst., Real Estate Agents, Rent . Collectors and Insurance Agents. ■ --:--*.,..-; I Desirable residence; -story bay-window. 8 rooms and bath, conservatory, etc.; ou N. live California St., bet Steiner and Pierce; lot :__ :-_i&gt;, to rear street; key at omce. . ■ Buchanan, W. side, bet Hermann and Waller; large lot, with neat modern residence of 0 rooms and bath and cottage; fine view. . Grove st, N. side, bet Broderick and Baker; lot 50x137 :6. with fine modern house; 17 rooms, stable, etc. ■-. Cheap house and lot on 29th St. Neat rosidenee. itb fine view: N. side Valjejo st, bet octaviaand Laguua; improving neighborhood; 2-story bay-win. low : 8 rooms and bath: part cash. W. side Scott st, bet. Haight and Page, with cheap house of 5 rooms; 10t25x112:6. Several tine vacant lots - n Haight st " Improved lot, S. side Hayes si., bet. Octavia and Laguna; 512,000. - I,l. ugh aud Clay sts., SE. corner, wi...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890
BOUSES * TO ■ LET. 7 9oTrAfiTHT^"r_d__-r--TDj-^^^ AND BATH; Aiii hot and cold water; newly papered. aps 4t* ■ HOUSE 7 ROOMS, IN REAR; $18. INQUIRE 1711 Clayst. -- . ... : '.- ap St* TVJEW COTTAGE, 4 ROOMS; RENT $15. 1310 _' Greenwich; key at butcher-sbop, cor. Hydo and Green. . ..... aps 21* HOUSE. 4 ROOMS: STABLE. WHITE ST., OFF VaiieJ... near Hyde." -■..-■.. aps 3t« •J RUSIITON I'LACE-lIOUSE, 4 ROOMS RENT 0 $10; key at 1 Rushton place. -.. ■ . -.. aus tf in BOOMS. 21 SIXTH ST., NEAR MARKET; XXJ snltabie for rooming-bouse. «. _s_3w_-i. aps 71* 9090 TAYLOR. NEAB GREENWICH, 8 ROOMS — "_l_r and bath. $35; 2015 O'Farreil, 6 rooms, $20; 522 Fell, 8 rooms, $;;.". 159 octavia, 8 rooms, $3.50: 905 steiner, It rooms, $65: ion Leavenworth, 9 rooms, $47 50: 22 Haight, 10 roouis, $55: 1000 olden Gate aye.. 8 rooms. $15; 239 Eleventh, 10 rooms, $40; 60 Minna, 10 rooms, new. $36; Polk, bet. Hayes and Fell, 16 rooms and bath, $100. Apply to I. ('. MiiLI.OV, 138 Montgomery st. apt II 1 OWER PART O...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890
■ ItOOlHS: TO LKT— CONTINUED. '•'7 qi A MONTGOMERY AYE. - I S HIE D iixxj rooms from $1 a week and upward. . , lt* -.- mVALLE.IO_SI.NGLE AND DOUBLE FURnlshed rooms. . . an 4 71* -. OAq BUSH, COIL " MASON-2 OR 3 ROOMS -)v/-» complete for housekeeping.' .. ap4 21* - - C.91 BUSH — DESIRABLE SINGLE ~ AND _)-._. double room for gentleman; private; refer- "■"•"■ ■■;-- . ■-, &gt; ap4 3t« - I 1 q EDDY — LARGE. HANDSOMELY FUR-irJ-Liii?^'! sunny double room; closet; $12. 4 3* XI X. LEA VENWORTH-LAKGE SUNNY FRONT ox room; gas, bath: rent reasonable. ap4 4t* C O9 O'FARRELL - SUNNY CORNER SUITE U__- for rent reasonable. - ap4 6t« A.7'-K TEHAMA— LAROE FURNISHED FRONT aI « » room and kitchen: $11. . . . . ■ apl tt (tt" FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING ROOM; &lt;J_ • • also front room and kitchen. 435 Tehama street. .... apl 2 1 * 1 -J*.*. MARKET, INDIANAPOLIS HOUSIS: PUR-a-joo nlshed sunny rooms to let. apt tr ( .0 » POWELL. NEAR SUTTER— SUNNY* FUR- """ nlshed rooms, with bath; re_.sonable...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890
PERSON A I.S. PERSONAL— WE OFFER $1000 REWARD FOR a cough or throat trouble (last stages or the disease excepted) which cannot be relieved by aproper use of Dr. X. Stone's Bronchial Wafers. Sample free. Addr. Stone Med. Co.. l.iiiucy. 111.. .5 2tivv S.iSa SSS DRESSMAKERS' FINDINGS GO TO LI? X MAN _ CO., 26^:, Kearny st. Boom 13; goods at wholesale prices. . . mr 23 cod 3m 7 ADIES-IF YOU WISH TO HAVE ELEGANTLY Xi tilting suits, handsomely draped, made for $6, please call at MRS. MuBRlS'. 732y^ Geary, apl 8* EASTER - EGGS, WITH NAMES, TO •■ ORDER, 1 from 10c and upward at HOOVER 4 PRICE, NW. cur. Polk and Bush sts. . - ap3 It L OR A FEW DAYS— BY CALLING OR SEN 111 1 postal to Room 19. 17 Fourth St., you can sell for cash glassware, crockery, pictures, etc. apil 3t* Ui ILLIAM R. GALLAGHER HAS REMOVED " his rurniture business to 1241 Market St., near Ninth; cheap rent makes low prices. ap2 tf CARPET-CLEANING, 3C PER YARD; CHEAPest and best In the city. J. E. MITCHELL A CO., 230 Fourteen...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 7 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890
REAL ESTATE FOB SALE BY THOS. MAGEE Real Estate Agent, And Publisher " Eeal Estate Circular," No. 20 Montgomery Street, OPPOSITE LICK HOUSE. BUSINESS INCOME INVESTMENTS. . MARKET-ST. INVESTMENT-By junction of ° 4 streets; N. side: 66:0 feet front back to rear ■ street; average depth 110 feet; will be sold cheap. TMRD-ST. CORNER, I HIS SIDE OF FOLSOM • 100xi-5: rents nearly $300; 805,000: ready for fine 4-story brick building. , SE. COR. GEARY AND FRANKLIN STS.* 150--O 120 back to street 35 feet wide In rear: M 3-.-000; this Is one of the finest lots for Immediate Improvement and certainty of good rents ln the Western Addition." - "VTW. COR. MISSION AND MINT AYE.. BET. STII _.. and 6th; 25x160, back to and fronting 25 leet on Jessie st ; $30,000; with old houses. — ° FACTORY SITE INVESTMENT; BR\Nnan St.. bet. 7th and Bth; 1t.0_.i75: engine an.l boiler and factory buildings: (15.000; very deslr-" able investment; used to rent for * 240 a mouth. GOLDEN" GATE AYE. AND FRANKLIN: CORner 8...
A, I'OEai POSTPONED. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890
A, I'OEai POSTPONED. Ik "WANT to tell yon about my kitten. ** The prettiest kitten that ever purred, /.But I've looked my speller through and through, [G And I can't discover a single word That rhymes with kitten, Excepting mitten— And that's too old and too absurd, Fo the only thing for me to do Is just to send you what I've written, And wait till she grows to be a catThere ate ever so many to rhyme with that. Helen C. Waldkn, in St. Nicholas for April.
LADY TAMAR'S APPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890
LADY TAMAR'S APPEAL. fCOXTIXUKD.] I'lT is superb!" she exclaimed. "May I i try it on? It looks so well on your 4 hand—" ~S "That it must be perfection on yours," he Interrupted, gallantly, as he removed the gem.' "Thanks." laughed the actress. "I could live on compliments and jewelry! lieally, it Is exquisite," she continued, placing it ou her tiny hand, and moving the latter so as to cause the gems to flash. "I must get one like it; the style of setting is unique. I positively could turn thief for such a jewel." "I would not have you do so, if you will honor me by its acceptance." he said. But why did his words sound so harsh, so forced, even to his own ears? They were not his natural tones. Could it be he was discovering he had built up in his' imagination a pure-souled idol, even the foundation for which never existed? Was this painted being before him the young actress whom the world lauded for. her modesty and virtue? "You don't mean, surely, that I may keep it!" exclaimed Hele...
HICKS LIBERATED. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890
HICKS LIBERATED. A Decision Regarding ihe Forfeiture of Prisoners' Credits. An important ruling was made yesterday by Judge Levy of the Superior Court in the habeas corpus case of William Hicks, who has been serving a sentence of a term of years in San Quentiu foi burglary. Last May Hicks assaulted Billy Miner, a noted stage-robber, and cut his throat with an old shoe-knife. Miner did not die, and Hicks was examined at San Bafael, and the charge of assault to murder dismissed by the Justice of the Peace. Hicks' credits were, notwithstanding, forfeited by the Prison Directors, but for which be would have been released last September, the Directors basing their action on the following rule: "Any wanton and unpro.oked attack upon a fellow-pris-oner with a deadly weapon of auy kind whatever shall work a forfeiture of his credits." The decision of the court is as follows: Ihe prisoner In Hits case was not charged with matting a wanton and unprovoked attack upon a fellow prisoner with a d...
* STATE BOARD OF TKADE. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890
* STATE BOARD OF TKADE. Secretary -E. TV. Keeler Surrenders His Position to His Successor. A. Cauiinotti of Jackson, Amador County, the newly-elected Secretary of the State Board of Trade, arrived in the city yesterday, and wiil assume the duties of his office immediately. Mr. E. W. Keeler, who has filled the position temporarily since the retirement of the late Secretary Davis, will surrender the chair with the good 'wishes of everyone who lias had business with the board. His four months of service were very popular, and his resignation will be regretted by all connected with the association. The board will to-day forward to California on Wheels celery, green peas, asparagus, new potatoes, strawberries and samples of building stouo and marble. Tlio cars were in Fairfield, Mo., yesterday, and will be at Brighton and Washington today, and at Columbus Junction, Mo., on Monday. -
Music In the P»rk. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890
Music In the P»rk. The following music will be rendered In Golden Gate Park to-morrow and Sunday afternoon: 1. " tiascony March" Suppe 2. Overture, " Urates of Penzance" Sullivan 3. " liolero Esmeralda" Levy 4. Selection, " l.urline " Wallace 6. " Irish Patrol " Puerner 6. Scena and aria, "I Slasuadierl" ' Verdi 7. Overture, "Me ltallenerin Algler".. ..1.0.51ul 8. Selection from " Katinltza " Suppe 8. .New » Pel .Monte Waltzes" J. D. Redding 10. Medley. "The Jolly Mlu»trel|" _. llrookt 11. Erlnnerung on R. Wagner's " Tannliauser," arranged by Ilur.ild li. uraud galop, "Mllltalre" ....Herlurth
* __- , A Decided Improvement. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890
* __- , A Decided Improvement. A generation or two ago, lv the days of homespun clothing, when our forefathers began to save up their old-fashioned clocks for grandchildren to talk about, every spring It was the custom for whole families to take frequent and liberal doses of sulphur and molasses to "purify their blood." Fortunate are the people of to-day that they escape this nauseating mixture, and can take Instead that agreeable and efficacious medicine, Hood's Sarsararllla. This ls a scientific preparation which goes to the right spot, thoroughly purities the blood, and dispels "that tired feeling," an expression which accurately describes the condition of thousands who will not confess that they are sick, but yet have no enjoyment of food or occupation and Just feel real miserable or " dragged out." Hood's Sarsaparllla imparts such strength of mind and body as to make one feel "like a new person." v
■■'. McCann Rearrested, IT. I i , , .... ™. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890
■■'. McCann Rearrested, IT. I i , , .... ™. word has been received that Thomas E. McCann, who was arrested in this city on the 27th of last July by the agents of the Society for the _ Suppression of Vice for . Bending indecent circulars through the mails, and who, having been admitted to bail pending trial, Jumped bis ball/had been rearrested at Bloomlneton, 111., and would probably arrive fin . this city next Wednesday in charge . of \ a Postoffice Injector. ■..-?;.:.'■:,:. ' yyyyy. :
SEA AND SHORE. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890
SEA AND SHORE. Custom Officials Seize .Vino ontbe Bark Hope. Tha Alameda's Departure Delayed Until Next Wednesday— About Ocean Current!— Oil on Troubled Waters. The bark nope was to have sailed for Alaska yesterday with supplies and over one hundred Chinese laborers, who will worn In the various salmon canneries, but owing to the interference of the United States Revenue officers her departure will probably be delayed for several days, and it is not unlikely that her owners may find themselves in trouble. It appears that the vessel has a crew of Italians, who, as the owners, Scotchler &amp; Gibbs, say, demand to be supplied with claret wine. It is therefore necessary to carry some wine for their use. The Federal law prohibits shippers from importing liquor into Alaska, although small quantities may be taken for consumption on board. Yesterday the Customs officials made'a descent on the Hope and found among the cargo 20 barrels of claret wine, containing in all about 1000 gal...
THE STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890
THE STOCK MARKET. In the regular morning session yesterday stocks fell off from 6c to 16c under decreased trading, but in tho afternoon call the whole line rose from 5c to 40c, the latter appreciation being ln l'oto.i, which rose from *3 45 to 9'i 85. The recovery was attended by some Increase in business, but there was little excitement. After tho board adjourned the upward tendency continued in some stocks, and the close was gen. erally higher, Potosl closing at *3 90, Chollar at 9 3 90, Mexican al (3 60, Ophir at $4 30 and Best A Belcher at »3 30. Local securities were Quiet, with a drop In Spring Valley Water to 698. The I' i.l. Con. assessment falls delinquent In board and the Eureka Drift assessment ln office to-day. liO.lltll SALES. Following were the sales yesterday In the San Francisco Stock Board: BEori session 9:30 a. tt. 700 Alpha. ..1.05 30 Confld...3Va:4oo Potosl.. .3.60 200 Andes 65 300 C Imp 220 3.65 100Baltlmore.25il20UPoiut..2.06 550 31 .. 100 Belcher. il.o6l6o Del...