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LATEST BHIPFI.NU INIKIIC_ [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890
LATEST BHIPFI.NU INIKI_I_IC_.EI.C__ Arrived. FBI HAY. April 4. Schr Portia, Calstrup, 8 hours from Stillwater Cove: 7000 posts, to Hlgglns A Collins, Schr Mary Buhne, Gunderson, I^4 days from Humboldt; 173 ._. Xt lumber, to Charles Nelson. Balled. Fbiday, April 4. Stmr Laguna, Dodge, Fort Bragg. Ketarned. „ .. _ Friday, April 4. Schr Pannonla, hence Apr 4, returned on account ol losing main gait off Point Reyes. Domestic Ports. TACOMA— Apr 4— Ship Joseph S Spinney, tor San Francisco. Movements of Transatlantic Steamer*. NEW YORK-Arrlved Apr 4-Stmr Western Laud, from Antwerp. MO VlLLE— Arrived Apr 4— Stmr Devonla. ROTTERDAM— Arrived Apr 4-Stmr Obdain. I ! ■888^ — l
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890
BIRTHS MARRIAGES— DEATHS. [Birth, marriage aud death notices sent by mail wfll not be Inserted. They must be handed "in at either or the publication offices and bo Indorsed with the name and residence or persons authorized to have the same published.] BOKN. SCRROEDER-In Alameda, Mnrch 28, 1 890, to the wire of Louis W. Schroeder, a sou. SULLIVAN— In this city. March 20, 1890, to the wife or William Sullivan, a son. OSTLCND-In this city, March 3, 1890, to the wife of Charles Ostluud, a daughter. FRUHE-In this city. March 30, 1890, to the wife or U. A. Fruhe, a son. KIRCIIEN-In this city, March 29, 1890, to the wire or Peter Klrchen, a daughter. CONSTINE-Iu this city. April 4, 1890, to the wife . of O. ConstlAe, a daughter. . BANELL-In this city, March 28, 1890, to the wife of W. Hanell. a daughter. NORDLINO-In this city, April 2, 1890, to the wife of Emll Nordllng, a daughter. .-.-. GANER-In Valley Ford, March 29, 1890, to the wife of A. P. Ganer, a daughter. HELLBERG— In this city, ...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890
MARcns— CARTER— In this city, March 29, 1890, Sleg Marcus and Eva M. Carter. ________ UI.BD. &gt;-'■ Brltschgl. Nlcolaus Robinson. Addle Caraman, George Rltchey, Mrs. Mary J. Farreil, Patrick Regalado.Don Santiago Gannon, Mary ■ Renehan, John - Kiuney, Eliza Riley. Cornelius Koepff, Christ Stouder, Clarence Livingston, John L. Seegelksn, Ernest A. Murry, Marian Schinltt. Elizabeth S. Mellon, John Scborer, Kate E. Murray, John • Sullivan, Patrick McCarthy, Thomas j Streule, Emlle Malagamba, Mary L. Sturtevant, Emma G. Marden, Captalu K. A. Shay, Emma Paulsen (Infant) TrutTert, Charles A. Paddock, Nathan C. Welsh, Katie Powers, John J. Wyman, John A. Beilly, Anuie Waltou, Margery RENEHAN— In this city. April 2, 1890, John Renehan, a native of Aherloe Glen, Couuty Tlpperary, Ireland, aged 49 years. 4-TFrleuds and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY (Saturday), at 11 o'clock a. __.. from the parlors of J. c. O'Connor A Co., 767 Mission street, b...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890
2yX,y\ rs^._2_'.^-i/,.„ MISCELLANEOUS. _ -■ '^^B I. '..."'. . XX ",,,| |A Romance of Rnssia and Siberia! | , The "Uncle Tom's Cabin" of the Siberian Exile System. THE LATEST WORK OF PRINCE JOSEF LUBOMIRSKL y[ Author of "Safar-Hadji, a Story of Turkistan." . TUE KNOUTING OF POPOFF. ___. -________________-_____________________._._.^___ M __ THE CALL takes pleasure in announcing that it has made arrangements for the publication ofprobably the most graphic and faithful picture of Russian political life and the horrors of the exile • ' system ever presented in fiction. The author of "THE ACE OF CLUBS" is oneof the most powerful of the new school of Russian novelists. He having been an exile knows whereof he writes. . -:■ •• . The action of the novel is laid in the time of Nicholas, but the story deals with contemporaneous conditions, and is in atmosphere and plot a romance of to-day. The romance involves political intrigue in St. Petersburg on account of the rivalry between different dep...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 5 April 1890
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A GENUINE SURPRISE. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
A GENUINE SURPRISE. Bofllanger Resolves to Return to Paris, The Announcement of the Exiled General Dne to Many Reasons. He Is Said to Be In Great Financial Straits. Will Try to Carry the Coming Municipal Election?. Special by the California Associated Press. London, April s.— Boulanger has resolved to return to France Immediately, and will to-night leave Jersey and proceed direct to Uiauvi.le, a fortified seaport In the Department of Manelie. bis intention Is to co from Uranville to Furls. PARIS, April s.— The conference in Jersey and the report that Boulauger may teturu to France has set all Fails to talking abnut the brave General. Indeed, the chief of the l'aitle Natiouale Is nothing if not sensational. and he is of the opinion that he is never sensational unless he keeps moving along. There aie pressing reasons assigned by his enemies for his taking Instant action, the most potent of which is he is In the throes of poverty. It is true that Boulanger is In dreadful financial stra...
RUSSIA A.Nli CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
RUSSIA A.Nli CHINA. Tbe Moneoliana Fortifying Against an Ant;c;^»'^d Attack. London, A ril 6.— From Shanghai comes the ■Uteuiei.t that the Cbinese are stieugthening tbemselves on the northern frontier against au ippreheuded attack by Russia. Ohlua for several years has been Increasing her military force In the province* adjoining Amour, aud tout foils have been erected «l points most likely to Be turealencd by Kus?lan Invasion.' Chilli could throw abuul 300,000 vt ihe best troop* of the empire into Immediate action in Ihe event of a war with Ku-sia, while tile population to be drawn upon for reinforced.flits is piactically unlimited. ■ No woid comes fioiii St. Petersburg whether there is any ground lor ihe Chinese fears, but silence Indicates nothing. Bussla is not In the tabu of publishing to me nuild elUi.r her foreiuii or domestic policy.
PRUSSIAN HOUSES. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
PRUSSIAN HOUSES. A Great National Exhibiticn of Stock to B] ■ Held at Berlin. Berlin, April 5.— A great national horse show will be held hue iv Juue. The purpose of the exhibition is to Illustrate the great results attained in Prussia and oilier Ueimaii Stales Iv breeding fine noises. A particular feature will be the exhibition of stallions aim marcs raised in the royal Prussian studs at Trakehneu, Oraduz and beberbeck. All its of Germany will be tepiesemed by exinbits of saddle, carriage, wink and heavy dialt horses, Burses will be exhibited under the saddle and Iv single aud double hai ness. ' The Pi luce of Coivey, President of the Union Cm! 1 , the great snorting organization of Goiinauy, will supervise the arrangements.
MISMATKD. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
MISMATKD. Harriaee of a California Pioneer to a Girl of Sixteen Years. Ottawa. April s.— Samuel Krazer, a Scotchman, ai:ed 76 years, who was a gold-miner and aruouaut of J 64 J in California, was married In Burlington to Ills adopted niece, Agele Barr, aged 18 years. The Rev. Mr. Abraham uuwulluely performed the ceremony. Subsequently there was a Reddiuj; supper, which was interrupted by a uauc of lueu aud boys brut on a cnailvarl .inu armed with tiu pjn«, trumpets and rocks. The ancient bridegroom has had au eventful career. He was a gold miner In Australia and later lv California. lit- la reputed to have made and lost ball a duzeu fortunes. Krazer was very fond of the girl, aud has been impatiently walling until she attained her sixteenth year. Aggie also claims to be much Iv love with the old initu.
AMERICANS IS LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
AMERICANS IS LONDON. Esvsral Weil-Ktowa Ladies Att*ni Mr«. 6on- aids' Party. London, April 6.— At Mrs. Ronalds' party tonight, her Handsome sou assisting, were present Mrs. John W. Mackay, lira. Bradley Martin, ■Mrs. Marshall O. Robeits, Marclieta Murphy and daughter, Miss Minnie I'ulrston. Mrs. Hue ay wore ■ cream satin trimmed with beaver and gold l.ice, with but lew Jewels. Mrs. Martin blazed with diaiuuuds. Mis. Huberts woie a robe of black velvet aud necklace of niauniliceut pearls. Sir Arthur Sullivau accompanied Mrs. Koualds on the pianu ulieu she saui;. Several society amateurs also helped to make the time enjoyable.
IMPJJKIALi KEFOHM. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
IMPJJKIALi KEFOHM. Emparor William Ehnu Down on the Luxuries of Arm? Officers. ' Beki.i.v, April 8.-Tbe work of Imperial reform Is being steadily pushed by (he Emperor. Tlie Military Cabinet lias Issued au Older lii- " creating me pay of certain grades of army officers, but declaring thai luxurious habits must cease; specifying whai they are and prescribing the peuallie*. Jut- cruel tie.itinent ot prlvale loliilerii is denounced as unworthy to ijeimau ofliceia aud demoralizing ol ihe men.
JLSI'LiV I't'NISUKD. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
JLSI'LiV I't'NISUKD. Conviction of a Clerk Who Tried to Blackmail Bismarck. Bebli.v, April s.— Ferdinand Bunke, a clerk, attempted to blackmail Bismarck. He wrote threatening letters, In which he said he would make public some of the ex-Chancellor's pie. tended uDeuaes unless (he payment was made to •blmol nfiy maiks. .lie was aliened and tentcuceu luthiee months' imprisonment. Tula is the man wbo tbiew a bilck at Bismarck a month ago while the '*"" was tuleiluj: the royal castle.
♦ MASSACUIiD BY NATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
♦ MASSACUIiD BY NATIVES. Horrib'.e Fate of Thirty Shipwrecked Sailors at Mallicollo. Sydney (N. s. W.), Aim 5.-Severe hurricanes In March caused many disasters on the coast of New liebrides. Several stilps weie wrecked at Labour. The Velles was grounded at Mullicollo and Uve whites and tinny natives were diowued. Ihlny others who leached shore weie massacred by natives.
HAULBOUUIJUU SNUBBED. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
HAULBOUUIJUU SNUBBED. The Prince of Wales Refuses to Becognizs Him lit Parjs. Pabis, April The principal subject, of gossip here is the cut mveu the Duke of Marlborouth by Hie Punce of Wales Weduesday. Mirlb(,i(,u (l 1! saw the Prince a the latter paired ifLvXKrii lU "" lils way lo i:a"ue.i. Wednfsflay M.uiijoi(,uijii ■"«,' the Prince an (he Rue St dead Ti^,^ d I'm lli "- T " e i ' ' uce " »™ aead. The cause of the quarrel li unknown.
A;brni'» E appearance. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
A;brni'» E appearance. Pabis, April o.— Alboul's appearanCß at the age of 63 years 011 Hie stave ot me Uraiid Opera •rented a sensation. Sybil Saudeuou, wbo has been much overworked, was taken suddenly 111 and the curtain was lowered. Alumil volunteered from i he audience to take Sanderson's place, aud sang through "Norina" with all her old fervor.