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THE STAKS AU STIUIMIS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
THE STAKS A\U STIUIMIS. The Flag Raised Above Butter Cre?k SchoolHouse "With Patriotic Ceremonies. Sitttkr Creek, April s.— There was a great gathering of people Here from all parts of the county this afternoon, the occasion being the raising at the stars and stripes over the public school, which look place at - o'clock. Abuiu noon the school children began to assemble at Howard's Hall, and before 2 o'clock there were fully 350 scholars nuder the supervision of the principal and his assistant*. They formed into line ami marched to tbe school-bouse, headed by the Suiter Cii-elc Baud. I,'non teechlug the school-house lueparailon.s were Immediately made for the hoisting of the nag. The opening address was made by Dr. Giles of this town, who, in behalf of the school childieu, made a patriotic addran in presenting the flag to ice care of tbe Trustees. After ihe presentation speed) the flag was attached to the balllaids and the chiidien took hold of the rope and amid ehcei iui: and tiring...
SANTA ANA. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
SANTA ANA. A Decision Affecting the Sebti of Orange and Los Ancles Counties. Santa An.\. April ,"&gt;.— The primary elections throughout Hie county were well attended. Tweuiy delegates were selected from tl-.H city In the t-lecilon to-day to utteud the Republican County Convention at Neil's Hall next Thursday • A party of Los Angeles capitalists are here to Investigate a lame coal mine la which they are Interested in Santiago Canyon. Deposits of galena, silver and other minerals have recently bern discovered. A decision by Judge Hulton to-day at Los Augeies i.poii the adjustment of nuances between Los Angeles County ana Orauge County uik)ii a. Una 1 seiilßirieiii between tbe two counties is to the effect that Oiaiieo County's pro ram of the expenses inclined in limning both counties limn 1 lie passage of (lie bill creating Orange County to me decision of the Supreme Couit establishing [US county amounts to '."&lt;"&gt;. This was advanced by Los Angeles County...
BISMARCK'S DISMISSAL. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
BISMARCK'S DISMISSAL. The Ex-Chancellor May Sometime Give the Story to the World Xew York, April .Suialley's cablegram to the Tribune says: Prince Bismarck is believed to be debating in the Seclusion of Friedrir.hsrulie whether lie will give to the world the whole truth about bis dismissal from office. For (lie moment his organs In the German ess are silent, or, like the Colonee Gazette) discourage reflections on the Emperor. That journal admonishes the foreign press that tome of Its remarks are offensive to William If. - All this means that Bismarck Is not yet ready. He thinks the time for delivering the blow has not yet come. Tile German Fatherland meantime desires to irst content in the belief that the Kin peior believed himself to be obeying the nictates of pmiiotlc duty aud lion necessity. Nobody doubts that, nor deeply cares, with «li;.t tine phrases the .Emperor thinks best to embellish his fixed resolve that be and not his Chancellor • should henceforth rule the Fatherland. ...
SOMETHING TU LALGH AT. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
SOMETHING TU LALGH AT. The Washington Post says the color comes oft the new red stamps. Been trying to wash them, eh? • • * "He fairly dotes on her, but her father wont tot him in the house." "The old man must be something of an antidote."— Harper's Bazar. * • • A Bare supposition. Mrs. Figg— State is the Cherokee strip in, dear? Air. Figg— A state of nature, 1 suppose. Terre Haute Express. • • • Sappy — Vans, dontcherknow, if there, aw, is anything I, aw, love it is, aw, calves bwains. Miss Pert— On, the cannibal!— Americau. * * * "Say, waiter, I reckon you've taken my order all wrong. I ordered a spring chicken and a bottlo of '71 claret. Here you've gone and brought me a '71 chicken and a Dottle of spring claret."— ltacket. New York Dude— l say, Cuoliy, don't die know — New York Dude No. 2 (bitterly)— Shoot the cockney style, Fred. The .English are all hurrahing for ' Chicago.— Chicago Tribune. • ' • ■ Count Macaroni— my lofe, my beautiful-, i lute! The Countess— keep quiet, will...
Church I), ti :rMmu. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
Church I), ti :rMmu. The new St. James Church, now building on the northeast corner of Guerrero and Twents'-fourth streets, will be dedicated on July Gth next. The ladies of the parish will give a musical and litemry Kaster entertainment in aid of the church nt Mission Turn Verein Hall at 2117 Mission street ou next Wi-duubday evening.
Found With the Wntcli. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
Found With the Wntcli. The house ol Jr\ ti. Chadbourne, it will be rcmeuibered, wus eutered by a burglar last Thursday week. Hn mi scared off by the barking of a small dot in the yard. As it wbb, a gold w»tcli and several valuable trinkets were stolen before the fellow took his departure. Yosterlay a man was arrested in Oakland by Detective Holland ou a charge of burglary across the bay, and upon searching him at the station the watch stolen from the Chadbourne residence was found.
TUX POLITICAL POT. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
TUX POLITICAL POT. A Mfctiuc of ■ho Aali worth Club—Assembly OrCTHiiiZHt lons. A rousing nieetiDj; of the Ashworth Democratic Club was held last evening in Cambrian Hall on Mission street. Tlie club has now a membership of over 150. Frank J. Fallou acted as Chairman, with Eenry Daley as Secretary. A Committee on By-laws was appointed as follows: Daniel Sullivan, James Lowe and John Coffey. At the suggestion of the Chairman, Daniel Sullivan moved that a committee of live be appointed whoso duty it shall be to note carefully the doings of Congress and to obtain as much general information concerning politics as possible, and lo report at each meeting of the club such information. The motion was carried and the following were appointed: J. McArdle, J. Momtlian, VV. McGraw, John llurly and P. Conuers. A committee composed of Daniel Hiley, Fallon and 11. Daley was next appointed to secure the 086 of a larger hull for club purposes. On motion of 11. Daley it was decided t&gt;&...
PEU&OXAL .NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
PEU&amp;OXAL .NOTES. W. C. Good of Santa llosa Is at the Grand. 11. J. Small of Sacramento is at the Baldwin. F. C. Lusk, a lawyer of Chico, is at the Palace. Dr. H. P. Harvey, U. S. N., is at the Baldwin. Ex-Judge Francis Rooney of Sonoma is at the Lick. K. H. Jack, a capitalist of Stockton, is at the Grand. Ex-Judge S. S. Hall of Sacramento is at the Uraud. 11. H. Kuapp and wife, of Xajia, are at the Palace. J. Craig, tho Prison Commissioner, is at the Palace. Captain George C. Reiter, U. S. N., is at the Baldwin. E. X. Slieppard, a capitalist of Napa, is at the Grand. Ex-Senator J. E. McConias is in town from Pomona. Dr. L. A. Kent of Winncmuca, Neva la, is at the Grand. W. H. Crocker has gone to Europe for a six months' trip. J. J. Kurt, a lawyer of San Jose, is st a downtown hotel. Major A. K. Whitton came up from San Jose last evening. P. J. Hnzen, a Modesto lawyer, may be seen at the Grand. Thomas W. Hackett came down from Vallejo yesterday. ■ Dwight Ilollister, a fru...
A I'liiclcy I-lttle Fallow. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
A I'liiclcy I-lttle Fallow. Little Johnnie Boyle, nged 8, and living with his parents nt 127 Walsh stroet, was brought to the Keceiving Hospital last uiglit to be treated for an ugly, lacerated wound of the calf of his right leg, received while attempting to steal a ride un the KiUh-street horse-cars on Friday night. Either In fear of his parents or for some other cause tha little fellnw stood the pain of the injury rather than tell his mother, and it was not until last night that his parents were made aware of his condition.
A Sentence G'ont»lnii>c tho Alphabet. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
A Sentence G'ont»lnii&gt;c tho Alphabet. Half a dozen members of the club were discussing the peculiarities of the English language the other evening, when Dr. I. E. Kica, who, by the way, is a bad man to run up against in the discussion of any subject took the Arxiu to task for printing a paragraph which read about as follows: "The following is said to be the shortest sentence iv the English language containing all the letters of the Alphabet: 'John I*. Brady gave me a bluck walnut box ol quite small size.' The entire sentence contains less than twice tin- number of letters in the alphabet." "That's a good sentence of its kind," said the doctor, "but 1 think if you will carefully study the sentence. Tack my box with five dozen liquor-jugs,' you will find that it contains less letters than the sentence you - published and yet omits no letter in the alphabet." It will be seen that the sentence of the doctor's construction contains fifteen letters less than the former, and ; n...
A NOVELTY IN SURGERY. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
A NOVELTY IN SURGERY. 4n Abnormally Large Pair of Ears R8- dnced to a Presentabie Size. tfPmi.Ai&gt;KLPniA, April s.— Two photographs have been hung in the Jefferson Medical College. They are portraits without faces. They show the back of one man's head. The hair and the conformation prove that the two pictures represent tue snme individual and yet there is a striking difference, for in one case the ears are Dormal, while in the other they stand out distiguringly from the sides of the head. The students of this orthodox old college are having fun over these photographs, and one of their whims is to decide by vote who among themselves Is the owner of the uurevealed face. Tne explanation of the divergent ears is that they grew donkey fashion, but by surgery they have been reduced to the proportions of human comeliness. The photographic lens was permitted to take a rear view of the carß before their reduction, and again after they had been shortened; but it vvns not deemed cons...
BUTCHERIOWN SMbLLS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
BUTCHERIOWN SMbLLS. Au Otnclol Tour Willis View to an lm- provpment nf the Quarter. A visit of Inspection was made to Butchertown yesterday by Supervisors Kllert, Karry, Ktnchain, rilster and Hecker, Healib Officer Keeuey and Dr. l.v Xourneux nt the Board of Health. The purpose of the examination of that quarter of the city wis to detei mine whether auy Improvement can be mude Id the condition ol the neighborhood. An examination of the vicinity showed tbat the butchers are tndeHvorlut: to obey the law. All their vlaces are clean, but the lioublewas found to :ie the location of the establishments 100 far from deep wnter. The offal Is carried by the tide upon the flats and left there, creating a horrible stench. This. It Is thought, could be remedied 1 y locating the slauuhler-houses further eastward. A visit was also made to the establishment of Cliailea Alpera, where dead annuals are reduced. Everrtbuic mere was found In good condition. Tho otUcialii did not decide upon any course o...
Mrs. Mullln Niiinl»«-r Two. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
Mrs. Mullln Niiinl»«-r Two. Kato 11. Muilin has begun suit aguinst the Masonic Mutual Aid Association of the Pacific Coast to recover SSOfX) on a life insurance policy held by Aaron J. Mullin, her husband, win died in Omaha on October ao, 1889. The deceased left another widow in this city named Elizabeth J. Mullin, who lays claim to the money and has already begun suit for it.
Promised to M«ud Their Ways. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
Promised to M«ud Their Ways. The two boys, Walter Haubach and John McDonald, who were Rrrestrd ou Friday night and booked for tho Industrial School, were released by Judge Joachimsen yesterday upon their promise to mend their ways. They have been In the hitbit of going to the Boys' and liirls' Aid Society and throwing cieHrettus, etc., over the fence to the iumates.
OBITUAUY. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
OBITUAUY. ROBERT A. MAKIIHS. Robert A.Marden, who died at his residence on i'ti'tay, and or wliose Uealti a brief mention, appeared In The Call of yesterday, was a native of Delrol;, Mien., and ciuno to nils State In 1853. lie was lor a uumbnr ol years connected huh the FaclUc Mall tsteaiiuliiti Service, later an employe of Hie United Stales Mint, aud at the time ol his death Chief Eniclneer and Master Mechanic ot me tieary siieet Cable K. .id. ills illness dated from me '22tl of last month, when lie was taken with severe nervous prostration, superinduced by a suddeu sbock to His nervous system from an accident occurring to some portion ol the machinery at tho enKluei.i.use, alter which liigh (ever add typhoid pneumonia set In. Captain .Maiden was prominent la the order of Kuiguu ol Tytbiaj and was one of the oldest members ol Luuiel Lodge, No. 4, or this city, having been admitted Iv 1870, and early became a I'.i-t Chancellor of that lodide, lie leaves a widow and two children. 1 i...
LATKSI SHIPPING IMKLLIUKNCE. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
LATEST SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. Arrived. Saturday, April 5. Br ship Argomene, McAusland, 89 days from Sydney ; 2350 tons coal, to J J Moore &amp; Co. Movements of Transatlantic Steamers. NEW YORK—Arrived Apr 5— Mmr City of Chester, from Liverpool. BREMEN—Arrived Apr 5—Stmr Saale, from New York. LONDON—Arrived Apr 5—Stmr Egyptian Monarch, from New York. QUEENSTOWN—Arrived Apr 5—Stmr Etruria. from New York. STETTIN— Arrived Apr 6— Stmr Slavonia, from New York.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
The Ai.il ii y to Bear rain Is tbe test of fortitude among :1m Indian tribe*. But we defy auy Cherokee, Sioux or Conianche to endure the twlngua of rheumatism without wincing. These, indeed, are slight at first, but grow in Intensity until they become unbearable. So malady is more obstinate in its maturity than that which gives rise to them. The more need, then, of attacking it at the ouuet. Foremost among remedies for It Is lloctctter's stomach Hitters. »rer aua infinitely more effective than colclikuin, veratrura and nux vomlca. all remedies which knlglUj provo destructive of life in a slijjiitly excessive dose. Mineral depurcnts. also, when not pos tively mischievous, arc far lnierlor In remedial power to this salutary botanic medicine.. It entirely expels from the blood the acrid Impurities which originate the disease, and enriches as well at cleanses it. Coostllution, liver complaint, dyspepsia aud oilier aiU mentia so give way to it. 14