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Bitten by a Monkey. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890

Bitten by a Monkey. : Lulu Redman, a child of 9 years, began suit yesterday in the Superior Court, by her guardian nd litem, Mary Krouse, against Edward -Stalil to recover SSOOO damages. The defendant is tho proprietor of "Wildwood Glen." a park near Sausalito.in which he keeps a number of live animals as an attraction to. visitors, The plaintiff visited the place on July 17, 1889, and was bitten on the left hand by a monkey, the Injury inflicted being a severe oue.

Publication Title: San Francisco Call
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Judges in Conference. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890

Judges in Conference. A conference was held yesterday at noon of Superior _ Judge ' Shatter and Police Judges Lawler, Rix and Joachimsen, regarding the defects in transcripts on appeal in -the cases of Chinese. Judge. Shatter pointed out the errors . to be avoided, and the Police Judges agreed to exercise more care in making up the records. ■->

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RIiAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890

RIiAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS. John P. Medan to Adam Backer, lot on W. . line of Pulaski St., 218 N. or Jefferson, N. 2*70 »6 Arrlck Johnson to Johu H. Lelghton, lot on Vf. line of Eleventh aye., 100 N. of Point Lobos aye., N. 25xi_0 ..-. v v 10 Charles Ehn t • John Timoncy, lot on Vf. line of Thirty-seventh aye.. 225 S. or o st., S. 75x120 '. 10 R. L. Lewellyn (by sheriff) to Home Section Building and Land Association, lot on W. line ot Vermont St., 100 S. of Nevada, S. 25 x 100. .....;.... - 105512 Charles C. Buticr to William C.'._y__..,"_ot"oii N. line of Washington st., 165 E. of Locust. K. 27:6x127 -814...... ; jq William J.. Morgan to J. C. Franks, lot on '-. ti, i. *. of Jackson and Devisadero sta., VI. 31:6x100 10 Mary E. I'arrott to N. D. Hideout," lot' oti'..'_". cor. of Washington and Gough sts., E. 137 x255:iy 2 ,- ; -in Robert Kirk to Richard Heuey, lot on NW. line of Stevenson st., 150 NE. of Ninth, NE. '2b5.,5 ' jo Antone Castany to George W. Luce, lots 703 705,707, 709,...

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FAIULI' KKT.-IL, MAI-RET. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890

FAIULI' KKT.-IL, MAI-RET. Eggs advanced sharply in the wholesale markets during the early part of the week, but at tho close are declining and the retail price remains practically unchanged from last week. Butter continues cheap and abundant. Lamb Is cheaper. Choice young Poultry Is selling rather higher. Wild Ducks are cheaper. Fruits and Vegetables show few variations this week. The Potato market continues to drop and is badly demoralized, owing to the continuous heavy arrivals from the East. Potatoes lire now abundant, bnt prices have not jet got down to the normal plane. - Fish show a few Insignificant changes. ' Fallowing Is this Call's regular weekly retail price list: COAL— PER TON, Scotch 10 50,1511 00. Wellington. .lo 60@11 00 Cedar River. 8 00® you, Seattle 8 50© 9 00 Caunel 14 00© — | Coos Bay... 7 60© 800 Diamond 9 00® — 1 Cherry Valley 7 60© 800 New Welling- oilman 8 00® 9 00 ton, ton,lo6o@ll OOlCoke, 75© 90 DAIRY ruoKn-K, ETC. Butter, choice ft... ..20_.25 Cheese. Swis...

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Two lieiielit Certificates. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890

Two lieiielit Certificates. Elizabeth J. Mullin, widow of A. J. Mullin, deceased, and four ; children,' have filed a complaint on- contract against the Masonic Mutual Aid Association of the Pacific Coast to recover $5000 due on the death of Mr. Mullin, at Omaha, Nebr., on October 30, 1889. '•: Subsequent to the original certificate, which named his wife as -beneficiary, deceased caused a second certificate to Ibe issued in favor of Kate U. Mullin, who is not a blood relation. The complaint charges that the second certificate is fraudulent and was issued by the connivance of Kate H. Mullin,

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A Theatrical Snit. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890

A Theatrical Snit. Adolph : Sylva, assignee of ' L. Reynold? and E. Bailey, a team of variety actors, ha* sued Charles Meyer of the Wigwam Theater to recover $65 ; due for ■'■ one week's salary. The plaintiff claims that Meyer unjustifiably refuses to pay the money.

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Nan-In..11 Mike* Notes. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890

Nan- In. .11 Mike* Notes. Under au order of Judge Finn the books, papers and memoranda of tho Guarantee Endowment ' Association 7 * were j introduced in court yesterday, and were then inspected by John F. Naughton and Eugene N. : Deiiprey, his counsel. :" Notes were made therefrom by them lor use in the trial of Naughton for the murder of M. M. Herr, Vice-Presi-dent of the association, v

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DIVORCE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890

DIVORCE COURT. Patrick Giir-iov Tired or Supporting Hit Wife In a Tear. Judge Lawler yesterday granted Steven Starr a divorce from 'Amelia Starr for desertion. The parties are ■"■ colored people, and were married at Fort McCavitt, Tex., on July 25, 1872. Mrs. Starr left her husband at Leavenworth, Kans., on April 2, 1887. Judge Lawler has under advisement defendant's demurrer to a complaint filed by May Helwig, because he was convicted of forgery and sentenced by Judge Shatter on the eleventh of last month to serve five years in the State Prison. The parties were married on July 14, 1887, In this city. Default of the defendant has been entered by order of Judge Lawler in the divorce case of Angelo Demartini vs. Marguerite Demartini, and the case of Thomas J. Cox vs. Caroline C. Cox set for trial April 30th. Actions for divorce have been brought as follows: A. A. McLean against Jennie McLean. K. Borgwardt against Minna Borgwardt, Margaret McGiil against J. McGiil, Marie Calon against...

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HOTEL ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890

HOTEL ARRIVALS. PALACE HOTEL E Dyer, New York F R Sexton, Santa Cruz 11 A -Uyer. Providence II Phelps, Illinois W H Dodge, Salt Lake W E Hollaway A wf, San li J Stevens. San Diego Rafael }'_i v . erklns '* "" nectl<!l -- E Ferris _ wf, Colorado 1' C Llllis, California Springs Wo Randolph, L Angeles Miss Ashmead, Colorado J A Johuosn, -Napa Springs R 11 Steams. Boston T Diminrook, St Louis W F Farnani, Mass Ada Ball, Sioux city C A Rockwell, Mass w T Ellis Jr. Marysville Mrs D Slocum, Mass O li Hardy, Victoria M C Price. Massachusetts Ii H Clark A wr, st Louis C A Bowey .V wf. Cal J D Daniels A wf. X V L A Bowey, California A D Retching, Boston F H Pierce & wf, Sacto C C Burr i wf, Boston P Oneldalana A w, Mexico T J Field, Monterey 11 F Wright, .-aata Cruz Mrs II Smith, Canyohorie J M Merrill, Sauta Cruz Miss Smith, Canyohorie li Beattle * wf, .\J nil Kuapp. Napa Mrs B Murray, X J E R hitmore, Napa Mrs Vf Dickenson, N J HE Evans, Salt Lake Mrs C Schnabel. San ...

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Prentice .__i_>r<t-« Lecture. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890

Prentice .__i_&amp;gt;r&amp;lt;t-« Lecture. Prentice Mulford will lecture in Oakland next Wednesday evening at Hamilton Hall. Subject : "A ? Californian's a Prospecting Tour in England and France." , -'■

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GONZALES' ENEMIES. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890

GONZALES' ENEMIES. Tlie Kearneys Released on Bonds. More About Dr. Johnson. Dr. Peter A. Kearney of 501 Foisom street surrendered himself yesterday at the City Prison, where he was ' booked on a, charge of perjury upon an indictment from the Grand Jury in connection with the trouble with Dr. M. E. Gonzales of 1017 Geary street. He was released immediately afterward on bonds of $5000. His brother E. J. Kearney's bond of SSOOO, with Morris Hoeflich and J. M. Rademakgr as sureties, was approved yesterday by Judge Levy, ami Kearney was released from custody. Dr. R. D. Johnson, who had been arrested on a similar charge along with E. J. Kearney, was the person who as physician of Young Men's Institute No. 50 made ttie statement to the society that a deceased member— John A. Coffev, formerly messenger of the Health Office— had a verbal understanding with him that he was not to receive any benefits that might accrue, though he was an active member and paid all assessments. Mary Coffey, wido...

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The Owuer Wanted. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890

The Owuer Wanted. James Meeban is under arrest at the City Prison awaiting the presence of a lady to charge him with nicking her pocket. Late Thursday evening a boy informed Officers Burns and McLean that he had seen JUeehan take a purse from a lady's pocket aud put it in his own. Median had the purse when searched. It contained 35 cents. The police are anxious to find its owner.

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More Mongols. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890

More Mongols. .Nineteen Chinese, claiming to be merchants or to have a rinht to land, were taken to the United States District Court yesterday on writs of habeas corpus and admitted to bail pending examination. They were all brought over- on the last trip of the City of Peking.

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COMMERCIAL RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890

COMMERCIAL RECORD. Friday Evening, April 4, Peas, 6caßc for Sweet and 3@se 9 n&amp;gt; tor fleldtTaS rowrat Squash. $:;(Xg)so » ton ; dry Peppers, -_■§ dry Okra, 17y_@'_0c $ th: Cabbages, 85c riiSi «_{■ Feed Carrots, 40®50c; Turnips, 75c _.*1 tTtteeta. 7™ H _-3 .L* 1 25 * &amp;lt;«. Garlfc;i..^2sc » 18. PROVISION S-tastern covered Break Bacon, ?&amp;lt;»™ %_.,»^« 3 4 c ,* a, * California smoke d Bacon, B®loc *. ? for heavy *"&amp;lt;- medium, and 13@1.j .-.c _. lb for light: l3V_ai _ 0 alb for extra light; Jiacon Sides. »i/ 2 @9^ic .» lb; Eastern Sugar-cured Hams for city trade, 1 31,41 a 131/, - California Hams, salt, 12Vi@12Vfee $ lb; refriger-ator-cured, 13®13Vi«: Lard, tierces. Eastern, all kinds, 9@9 Vic; ca.es, 10@10%c; California tierces 9._@9V__: half-bhls, 9V4®9.ic: tins, 10cpalls, 10-tb, 10.* c; do, 5-tt. iO"s4e; kegs, »%@loe ?! lb; Mess Beef. $8 50@9; extra mess do, $9 50 _» 10; family do, $12 50@13; clear Pork, $21 ©.'2* extra prime, $16 50® 17: extra cle...

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SUMMARY OP THE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890

SUMMARY OP THE MARKETS. Produce Exchange adjourned. Potatoes tumbling. Onions weak. Butter shaky. Eggs lower. Cheese declined. ' ~ Poultry firm. Game weak. Citrus Fruits quiet. Prunes and good Raisins firm. Vegetables show little change. Hops dull.

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Fine Silver. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890

Fine Silver. Quotable at 95@95y_c * ounce. Mexican Dollars. Quotable at 75%®'. s*l4 c. Kxthange Lower. New York Exchange was lower yesterday at 5c for sight and 10c for telegraphic The Week's Failures. The Bradstreet Mercantile Agency reports 42 ralluresln the Pacific Coast States and Territories for the week ending 'yesterday, as compared with 12 for the previous week and 14 for the corresponding week of 1889. The failures for the past week are divided among the trades as follows: 8 saloons, 's general stores, 3 books and stationery, 3 boots and shoes, 3 grocers, 2 drugs, 2 furniture, 2 gentlemen's furnishing goods, I perfumery, 1 surgical supplies, 1 hardware, 1 wood-dealer, 1 underwear, 1 clothing, 1 builder, 1 restaurant. 1 tailor, 1 bakery, 1 confectionery, 1 agricultural lmplemeuts, 1 commission produce and 1 carriages. Shipping Notes. Steamers to sail to-day are the City of Peking for China and Japan, the Umatilla for Victoria and Puget Sound, the Yaqulna for the Southern Coa...

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SUN AND TIDE TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890

SUN AND TIDE TABLE. In Pacific Standard Time. Computed by Thomas Tej„nent, Chronemeter and Instrument Maker, 18 Market street. •a H.W. Small. L.W. H.W. SmalL Larie. Large. ) 1... r... 3 All 5.45 PM| 1.51 PM 5.: I PM 8.19 phi 0.00 am 6. 6 pm 6.58 i\MI 0.18 am B.i opm 7.35 PM 0.47 am 7.; 3PM 8.21 PM 1.20 am 8.; 5 PM 9.21 pm 'i»3 AMI 9. 6 PMi10.36 PM 2.57 AMIIO. 7a v

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. For Late Shipping Intelligence see Eighth Page. Arrived. Friday, April 4. Stmr Yaquina, Nicolson, 18 hours from Fort Bragg: produce, to Goodall, Perkins &amp;amp; Co. Stmr Mexico, Alexander, 60 hours from San Diego, etc; pass and mdse, to Goodall, Perkins &amp;amp; Co. Stmr Empire, Butler, 5¾ days from Departure Bay: 810 tons coal, to R D Chandler. Schr Robert and Minnie, Farrell. 72 hours from Humboldt; 115 M ft lumber, to James Neylan. Schr San Buenaventura, Dahtriff, 34 hours from Humboldt; 237 M It lumber, to Chas Nelson. Cleared. Friday. April 4. Bol stmr Montserrat, Blackburn, Nanaimo: D O Blackburn. stmr Umatilla, Holmes. Victoria and Port Townsend; Goodall, Perkins &amp;amp; Co. Ship Jabez Howes, Henry, Liverpool; Balfour, Guthrie &amp;amp; Co. Bktn Catherine Sudden, Thomsen, Nicolaiefsk; Faeeman, Smith &amp;amp; Co. Sailed. Friday, April 4. Stmr Gipsy. Plummer, Santa Cruz, etc. Stmr Farallon. Bonifield. Yaquina Bay. Bol stmr Montse...

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OCEAN STEA-IEUS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890

OCEAN STEA-IEUS. Dates of Departure From San Francisco. Stkaheb. j Destination-. SAIIJ9. r'olfekng China A Japan., i Apr 5, 3rv|P.YH 3 atilla Vie* Pat Sound Apr 5. a«K Bdw'T 1 nboldt... Humuoldtuay.. Apr 5, SfAM|Waa!un clco S;m Diego Apr (i.IIAV lidw'y 3 «on I'urtlautl Apr 6.l'Jasj Spear metla.... Australia. Apr 7, !ra Oceania eUa San Pedro Apr 8. Bau Bdw'ya ova Iluiniwldt Day.. A»r 9, 9am Bdir'y 1 nona Sari I)le?o AprlO.llAM Biiw'y2 Ha Walla Vie&amp;amp; Put Sound I Apr 10, Bam Bdw'y 1 iimbia.... Portland Apr 10. 10a Spear ainettt; V Yaiiulua Day.... April, Hah Seaw'l4 Angeles, | san Pedro Apr 12. Mam . li,iw - 'J r Sydney. j.Panaina. ..:.,., .jApr 12 I'.'MJr.MH 8 eparture of Australian steamer depends ontna 114

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