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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890

lj Kingston^ § Is Oswego || 1.1 > N| *- N J'"' B-'/. ■ ._ i i Mr I API. Starch ll' I !J> ' Makes most delicious ..- v . ||| | ICE CREAMS, PUDDINGS, BLANC MANGE, £If * SOUPS, CUSTARDS, CRAV.ES, Etc. > SSI _?-]_> _!__- AB , T ? D* ___BALt, ot London, England,' author ot " \MB f/_ § SA . UUo ' allona '" especially m_.____r.d- Kings- Si &_ *. '° r f „_° ? Starch a ? a pure, nourishing and Wholesome loSd,.- N+ISl H m 8 well adapted tor Infants, Children and Invalids. -:•.•_- -^ ifi. *& 1 x KISGSFOItD _ BOS, Oswego, N. T. j|J| ■':■—.'■ ■.' ■■/-.:-. -' - . .* * ,_. ;■■■,-. >

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FRATERNAL INDEX. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890

FRATERNAL INDEX. Discovery of the Oldest English Masonic Lodge Minutes. - _. ■• -fames of Revisers of the Present 1. 0. 0. F. Bitual— N.w Circles of the C. of the F. Forming— Picnic of the S. of St. G. [in order to secure insertion all matter Intended for tins column should be handed in no later than Thursday night of each week, and sliould I* addressed tome Fraternal Editor." All communications must bear the name and ad- ■ ' -,■-- ..I tno seuder; II not, ilia matter will not be published.] . < > iii .i.l Assessment Table. NO ASSESSMENTS. There will be no assessments for April in the Fraternal Guild and Champions of the Red Cross. To the present writing none will be levied in the Young Ladies' Institute, Order of the Golden Shore, and Young Men's Institute. Masonic. Verba Buena Chapter, No. 4, Knights Pose Croix, Ancient and accepted Scottish Rite, held appropriate Maunday ceremonies last Thursday evening in the asylum. California Command, ry. No. 1, Knights Te...

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ASYLUM OF SORROW. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890

ASYLUM OF SORROW. Memorial Services by California Commandery. Sir Knights Who Are on Guard Beyond the Stars aad Are Remembered by Praters on Guard Beneath. Memorial services were held last night by California Commandery, No. 1, Knights Templar, in the hall in the Masonic Temple. Members of Golden Gate Commandery of San Francisco and San Jose Commandery were present as invited guests. A large number of ladies and gentlemen attended. The walls of the room were draped with black cloth fringed with white. Above the drapery and at intervals were ten shields, each bearing the name of a memorialized member who was "on guard beyond the stars," as a poetic Sir Knight termed it. Before the Eminent Commander's chair, and on a triangular dais, a draped coffin was placed, surrounded by ten caudles and with two swords on either side. The services commenced with an organ voluntary, during the rendition the Knights entering in full regalia and sealing themselves around tho hall. Eminent Commander B...

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ABOUT TO ' .RESIGN. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890

ABOUT TO ' .RESIGN. Creed Hnyiu-.iul Will Retire From the Southern Pacific. The rumor that Colonel Creed Haymond Is about to retire from the position of general solicitor of tho Southern Pacific Bailroad Company at the close of his official year is said to have been verified upon uo less authority than that gentleman himself. His wish is to spend the remainder of, his life upon his ranch in San Mateo County. Senator Stanford and Colonel Crocker are both aware of Colonel Uaymond's desire to retire from the position, but what their opinions are or what action they may take is not known. : It is also reported that Judge Lorenzo Sawyer of the United States Circuit Court will succeed Colonel Haymond. This rumor probably originated from the fact that lie was at oue time offered the position. Harvey S. Brown, a prominent attorney, is also named In connection with the position. He is at this* time connected with the law department of the Southern Pacific

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The Week's Mortality. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890

The Week's Mortality. There were 116 deaths during the week, against 102 for- the corresponding seven days last year. • ■ Sixty-four were foreign born, including 11 Chinese. * Twenty-eight of the ■ decedents were under 1 year and 24 over GO.'-. There were 6 casualties, 2 suicide, and 1 homicide. Twenty-two persons died -in public institutions. - , ;_'■•>. _-, The principal causes of death were: Consumption pneumonia 10, bronchitis 11, heart disease 0, inanition 6, peritonitis 6, brain disease 5, convulsions 5, encephalitis 6, paralysis 5 aud old age 5. :•' *- . .~,

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EVERYBODY'S COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890

EVERYBODY'S COLUMN. Correspondence of Interest to the General Public. In Everybody's Column The Cam, will publish short letters from correspondents on topics of interest to the general public. The matter in these communications will represent only the views of the writers. THE PKIMARIEGood Citizens Should Not Neglect to OWe Their Attention to Them.' ,' Editor Morning Call : In your issue of April Ist you did me the honor to comment upon my . communication of March 31st. For that reason I ask your courtesy to enable me to express myself more fully. .' You say, quoting my statement that unpatriotic neglect by the better element causes bad primaries, * • "In time. of peace the average good citizen does not want war. He would go out and vote if he could without having to fight his way to the polls." We do not want war, no ; but how if it exists? Suppose there is a band of men within cur borders who hold little standing armies of men whose mustering time is the primary election? Do our w...

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A Itlue find _ Gypsy Girl. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890

A Itlue find _ Gypsy Girl. Georgina Wharton, a gypsy girl, who lives in a camp at the corner of Harrison and Nineteenth streets, was in Judge Lawler's court yesterday on a charge of petty larceny. The evidence showed that she went into a millinery store on tbe corner of Sixteenth and Valencia streets Thursday afternoon and took hold of the hand of Minnie Calllson to tell her fortune. When the gypsy left Miss Callison found that her amethyst riug was gone from her finger. The Judge will decide the case to-day. . ; Twenty-five years of prosperity attest the wise management or the I'aclllc Bank of San . Francisco by Dr. McDonald. «j Si-king Oi'k.nimi.—Mi-i. Adoock, 10 Kearny street, will display her new Importations to-day, aud continue during the week.* • B_rt_i.i_<_ has the only reliable methods t_ fit defective sight.; 427 Kearny street. ; •

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The i'rice Jutj Disagree*. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890

The i'rice Jutj Disagree*. Ihe third trial of Henry F. Price on a charge of forgery for having signed Judge Coffey's name to an order for $350 on the Henry Welch estate proved as abortive as the previous hearings. . After four hours' deliberation, Judge Finn discharged the jurors upon their declaration that an agreement was impossible.

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890

Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. 1 '" ' .4 When Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria. When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria, When she became Mias, she clung to Castoria, shehad Children, she gave them Castoria. Iyl7 2y TuThSa* Wy

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890

MISCELLANEOUS. /^^^\ -/ / - Ton now hare an opportunity to\\ / /boy a building lot in the geograpbical\\ / /heart or the city, and directly on the\\ / /line of the cable extension, for 100 to\ \ I I*loo. according to size and location I 1 * I Those who desire to pay cash may do so 1 I IThose who prefer can pay fa down and/ / 1 I*ls each month until paid for, with / / \ \ ln terest at bank rates, 7 per cent per / / \ \atinum. These lots are now within / / \\ a stone's throw of the Valencia-// \\ street cable-cars and the// \\. Mission - street horse- _/_/ ? \7y^csr line, \rhleh7SS ■ ___— — _-___ . /Is soon to be changed to a cable\\ / /and also directly on the line of the\ \ //Howard-street cable extension. Tho\\ .//locality is rapidly building up. lt.ls\\ I [perfectly healthy, and there is no sand.) 1 I The view is superb, embracing a pano- ) I I rama of the whole city and the bay,/ / \ while in the distance the high Sierras,/ / \\with their snow-capped summits, \ V complete a grand...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890

y_-. :i „-.'-■ •-.-• OR. GOODS. t^^^r ___l__^^^^ tv^^m .____CS^^^^^^^ *v&rvaf Our offerings for To-Day, Saturday, consist of Special Values, in the following departments: RIBBONS! RIBBONS! HOSIERY! HOSIERY! This being the greatest day in the Black Hosiery, Ladies, at 20c a pair; year for BONNET RIBBONS, we are "!°, j 1 *™*?' 4 * d { .'* *******"*• ' This is the cheapest hue for a perprepared to show a line of these goods feet dyed stocking ever offered in for to-day at SPECIAL LOW PRICES. this city. __ : -'. _ _ „ 50 doz. Ladies' Ribbed-top Black Hose, oO pieces New Fancy Stripes, at 25c fast color, for 25c very heavy, a yard, all silk, worth 50c _.„, , _ .' _ ' Children's Fast Black Ribbed Hose, In 50 pieces New Plaids, at 35c a yard. all sis - » at 25c a pair. _. . _, , „ . _ 50 doz. Schopper's Genuine Cotton Hose, 7o pieces Embroidered Flowers, very solid colors aM sizes nt , 2 y nlr# rich, at 35c, cheap at aOc. ' _ ,y- : .y.--35 pieces AU-Silk Plaids, for 50c, LADIES...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890

MISCELLANEOUS. EASTER WEEK _______ A FEW PRICES FROM THE Boys' GlotMnc Dumint OF— —}- } - THE ; IXL, 924 to 928 Market Street. BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S DEPARTMENT. Boys' Knee Pants ..» no Boys' All-Wool Suits a 50 Boys' Sailor Suits 1 50 Children's Kilt Suits 2 50 Boys' Jersey Suits , 4 00 SHIRT WAISTS. Calico Waists, unlaundned 9 10' Calico Waists, fast colors '25 Calico Waists, French percale...., 7.*» Flannel Waists, la' ed fronts '75 French Flannel Waists, laced fronts , 1 00 White Waists, linen fronts 1 00 HOSIKKY AND COLLARS. Boys' Cotton Hose.. , 10c Boys' Long Hose *25c Boys' Long All- Wool Hose BOc Children's 4- Ply Linen Collars 2 for 25r Fancy French Percale Collars a for iS;. M. J. FLAVIN & CO., 924 to 928 Market Street, THROUGH TO ELLIS. »p4 3t JL JUp 924 to 928 Market Street. ' EVERYTHINiTrOU WANT IN MEN'S and BOYS' CLOTHING! We'Ve Got the Variety and the Disposition to Sell AT A LOW PRICE[! EASTER SUITS FOR BOYS! M. J. FLAVIN & CO,, 924 te 928 Mark...

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THE TUNNEL CAVED. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890

THE TUNNEL CAVED. Four . Workingmen at Santa y ; Panla Buried Alive. Three Killed and the Other Taken Out in a Dying Condition. 1 Freight Brakeman Thrown From a Car and Crushed to Death— The Striking Quarrymen Confident of Ylctory. Special by the Caiirornla Associated Press. Santa Paula, April 4.— An explosion occurred in the oil tunnel at Adams Canyon this morning, seriously injuring Alex Farreil, John Brouty and M. Franklin. H. Hardison, E. H. Ome, S. W. Young and a man named White entered the tunnel this afternoon to repair the electric wires there. Another explosion occurred, causing a cave, at 3:30 o'clock, burying all four men. The town is wild with excitement and the telephone office is crowded with anxious inquirers for the latest news from the scene of the disaster. The work of excavation was at once commenced. Orme, beiug the nearest the entrance to the tunnel, was soon takea out. and was found to bo fatally injured. The news soon spread out to the town, and the entire pop...

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TUE STRIKE AT ROCKLIN. ' [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890

TUE STRIKE AT ROCKLIN. ' The Qaarrymen Confident of Winning Their Fight for Fewer Hours. Rocklin, April 4— There were no new developments in the quarrymen's strike here to-day. It is reported that all of the quarries excepting the one at Foisom have given the men nine hours. A meeting of the bosses, many of whom have offices in San Francisco, will be held to-morrow, when it will be decided whether to give the men their demand of nine hours or put In scabs at ten hours per day. The general opinion of the people here is that the men will gain their point, as their work is very hard, and during the warm •weather which is about coming on the thermometer in the holes will average right along from 125° to 150°, and even with the scantiest of clothes the men will be in a dripping sweat from the time they go to work until they quit Sacramento. April!.— A Rocklin special to the Bee contains the following: A very intelligent striker from Lincoln said that the meu there _iad behaved with admir...

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

FRESNO. A Cripple Lists His Home Through Fire Brought Back for Trial. Fresno, April 4.— Late yesterday afternoon the dwelling of William Farrow, in West Park Colony, with its contents, were burned. The loss is $1000, and the place was not insured. It is* a severe blow to Farrow, as he is a cripple and has a wife and five children. C. -V. Remsburg, who is charged with embezzling the funds of an insurance com- , pany for which he was the agent, and who was arrested recently in Olympia, was returned this morning, in charge of an officer. His bonds were fixed at §1000, which sum was furnished. The jury in the case of W. R. Bibby, Deputy School Superintendent, charged with forgery, disagreed. The jury stood eight for conviction and four for acquittal, i All the Odd Fellows in Fresno and Tulare counties will join in an anniversary picnic on the _!-ih Inst, on Kings River, near Kingsburg. John O'Keefe, son of a San Francisco •■dentist, is in jail here awaiting trial for stealing a pin, val...

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

SACRAMENTO. . An Alleged Sensational Shooting Turns Out to Be a Joke. . Sacramento, April 4.— The alleged sensational shooting affray in the suburbs of tbis city on the night of the Ist inst. was -only a practical joke. A young man placed a railroad torpedo under a board by a gate, ' and when Charles Sexton stepped on it to open the gate for a young lady the thing exploded. He believed he was shot at, and | told bow the shot whistled by bis ear. The practical joker has even been arrested on a cbarge of assault to murder. The unfinished coursing match will be concluded Sunday. • To-morrow Young Burke of Chicago and Billy Lewis will fight to a finish here. Bad blood exists between them, and a hot fight is looked for. One result of the new police to-night was the arrest of a Chinese lottery dealer and a layout, Including a considerable sum of money. A fire in town this morning destroyed : two bouses on S street, between Fourth and Fifth. Both were small cottages, and tbe loss is about ...

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SANTA ROSA. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890

SANTA ROSA. Respects Paid to the Remains of & Prominent "'. . Citizen. Santa Rosa, April The body of E. A. Seegelken, late chief of the Santa Kosa Fire Department and a prominent Mason, was removed to San Francisco to-day for Interment. The Masonic Order, Fire Department,. the Knights of Pythias Lodge, German Social Club and the Centennial Club escorted the body to the depot. • A south wind prevailed to-day and tonight the indications are strong for rain. If it rains great damage will ensue.

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HELENA'S MYSTERY. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890

HELENA'S MYSTERY. Thieves Ester Houses While the Police {Searched for Julia Dowel's Murderer. ' Helena (Mont), April While the police were busy, to-day searching the city tor the ! murderer iof Julia 'Dowd thieves entered five places in the city and burglarized the houses. The burglars were bagged and found to belong to a well-organized gang. The mystery of the terrible murder remains unsolved. A reporter to-day found a clew that points to the guilt of a Chinaman who followed the woman secretly from Missoula, and there is strong evidence that he is the murderer. The twelve Chinamen arrested yesterday were released to-night

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COOLLY KILLED THEM. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890

COOLLY KILLED THEM. __ Murderer Tells the Story at the Shooting of a Ran and Wife. Astoria (Oregon), April 4.— George F. Rose has made a full confession concerning the murder at Bay Center, Wash., of Jens Fredrickson and his wife. Rise says: "Edwards and my father (John Rose) made it all up on Wednesday aud Thursday of the last week In January. Father, Gibbons and I crossed to father's ranch, where we found John Edwards had it all made up as to how to do the killing. Edwards had a spade hid on the edge of the woods, near the cowtrail. Father and Edwards went up to Fredrickson's house to get him to come down and help them to hunt some cattle. After he came we went into the woods west of the house about half a mile and walked. Then Gibbons said, 'Look here, Fredrickson,' and as he turned. Gibbons fired, the load of his shotgun striking Fredricksou iv the face. He fell and did not utter a word or move a muscle. We buried Fredrickson where he fell. Before the burial, father took all the...

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