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EVERYBODY'S COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890
EVERYBODY'S COLUMN. Correspondence Of Interest to the General Public. J In J Everybody's Column The Call 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. FItmARY ELECTIONS. Editor Morning Call read with much pleasure a few days since your editorial in which you say: "Tho party ! (Republican) : cannot stand in 1892 unless J the record of the Legislature of 1888-89 is contrasted by that to be made next winter." This should be the J key-note - for all true Republicans during the coming campaign. . They should see -. to it that no such men as misrepresented us at Sacramento the last time again pollute the halls of our State Capitol. There is, however, but one way in which this result can be . attained, and that Is by the reputable elements of the community turning out and doing their duty as citizens. He is well served who serves himself applies to the making of...
1101 EL ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890
HOTEL ARRIVALS. GRAND HOTEL. A C Crane, Laurel II MuhlendorS, Cal lir Stephen, Slonterey C link, Cal (i X Porter a. _ f. Cal M L I'oiaskl, Los Angeles W L lli'lie *• _rt, Oal X Conn Los Angeles : W II Walker,. LosAngelCS T V Lynch, Cal A LWulif, Stockton J II McCml.leu. Vallejo W If til-son A- sn, Salinas A V Mackay, Los aiil-. J J Slioate, Los Angeles Ml., I A Mackay, Los A X 1 r.inwlin. Sacramento 1' Mockler, l'lcton, N J UaysoD A wf, sacto A la Molle, Ulen Ellen IV s tireen, Colt-sa A I'fortner, San Andreas C Maubles At wf, Vina N X Aldcrsley, Calico J 11 Slvtls, Sacramento Mrs w 11 Evans, Napa O W Clarke," Sacramento Mrs A L Bryan. Napa C Cblstiolm, ____&amp;• X II I)yer, Alvarado J O Love-joy A- wf, Tulare Mrs W II Nichols, Lowell X o Larklr.s, Visalla - Miss wight, Lowell. Mass A X Orr, Visalla I.Mrs Burke, Lowell, Mass J Symington, Los Angeles 1. 1. Ilolloway, Baltimore A J Brentwood, Oakland A BCarlock, Fort Jones H X Sterne, Kan Joso C .Tenners. Etna - H Clinton, Ca...
' l'l-niii of a rainier. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890
' l'l-niii of a rainier. VJ. H. Mercler.; has, through an : 'assignee, i sued B. 11. Cowan J and S his wife. Lydia 1 K. Cowan," to"; recover 845, balance on : a contract to paint their house, 711 Treat avenue. According to &gt; the complaint," on March Ist,' when the work was about two-thirds done, the husband: ordered; the plaintiff and his men r off | the ! place i and i refused • to ' permit them to complete tho contract. aa
– , »■ Iv i'rlsun Again. 1; [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890
- , »■ Iv i'rlsun Again. 1; V Edward J Barry i was I taken \ Into ■ custody \ early yesterday 1 morning J/byJf Detectives ■ Burke and O'Sliaa on a charge of grand larceny. £ Barry is accused of having, with: Ja : qoinpaiiiuu, driven off with ■a ; delivery i-belcing to Peter btrieff or the &lt; SaLtr . Cruz'i.e Depot... tfffijgi Lafayette md: Mini,, street-, no"".' two weeks ago; They oldbo^«^ w '' r r an . 'JW. 0 ™ whicl was inlhe- wagon., and failing to I get rid of .as vehicle, leftlt on-Herna Heigl ts.,Th«risoner ; is said to be well know p to the jJIceXX.- _____ "■■■-
7SA|AND shoke. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890
7SA|AND shoke. A ?N«r Concrete rier »t Clny-Street »h«.f-A Qalck Rein.' Trip. - Kefirs on * tl&gt;e steamer Al *i-l at Greenstreet Wharf f lire being pushed rapidly. Shefcill be r«ady Tor sea in about two wee«. -~V'33_j-_B_-_ql ship Commodore shifts from Mission strei to ■ the Union Iron Works dry-dock to-dfj. -" y-'l" ■"■-■-'.; coffer-dam at Clay-street Wharf has been ompleted and will be sunk to-day. It will ,en be filled with cement and form the 4 is for a concrete pier at Clay street, whie.will be used as freiiM-f 11 . 0 * for the San.Ufael and North Paeinc Kailroad ferries./ The teredo has used up so many pUe/kt this wharf tiiat a concrete mer has l-eet determined upon as being the cljeapest if long run. The steamer Humbold.. -,' leu ,|7e new el . is completed, will have Pic upp er bert on the north side. -^ The Point' Lobos .weather report yesterday -wa_: „ o'doeir in the vi 'ruing clear, . Wllld ' h vest, 16 miles; »' 9 o clock thesaiii-- r.i ■&gt; o'clock sam...
CORPORATION *• [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890
CORPORATION *• Palriotlc, Gold Minn.;:, Electrical and '• . " Charitable. ". The following articles of incorporation were filed in the County Clerk's office yestorlay: . :„.°X: California Society of the Sons of the American Revolution; Directors — David Wilder, Charles J. King, Uriah Wallace, Willi-iu li. Eastiu and A. S. Hubbard. The objeel of the organization is to maintain the itriotic spirit of the men who achieved Am.* independence, to collect and preserve documents relating to the War of • the Revolution, and to promote social iuter- course. , .*-"-. OnJlnnd Electric Construction Company; Directors— Thomas Tfebell, J- J. Scovilie, 11. Humphrey, W. li. Reynolds and J. H. Smith. Capital stock, 81,000,000, of which $150 been subscribed.The Mother Lode Gold Mining Company, Calaveras County; Directors— G. Silbetman, Joseph Silberman, James .Grady, Adolph Silverman and Garde Mali.iu'.v. Capital stock, 5600,000, divided into 100,000 shares d So each. IlHhn-maun Hospital of San Fr...
I A Defective Coinplaint. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890
I A Defective Coin plaint. 1 Judge Van Reynegom yesterday discharged on habeas corpus George I.ibbecke, who «as arrested in this city a few days ago on a complaint charging him with defrauding 11. Thomas, a iiakersheld hotell^t'eper, out of two weeks' board. The comwaint failed to (tat. the amount of the bill tr allege any intent ion to defraud. 1 .
KIMMAKV pr in ii . in. _|ts. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890
KIMMAKV pr in ii . in. _|ts. Lima leans higher. ' Ennrm.iis receipts of Eastern Pol* .003. Oatons» '.li.r. : a\' "77 ' * i ,Kggs hfaer. "- ; "^ X '».u.. uTali '~ ~ 7 tar 1 '" '*'■ ~ \ ~ "**™^"- htat st-ady. Barley aid Oats adra'iced. Heavy arrivals of Ooru. '-V li c un. hanged. J Poultry lomliial. „., ; -A Game lninoderate rec-'lpt. Easteru \pples arrive Mexican Limes lower. '-.■ RhUL..!.' iili^l.LTCitrus Fruits uucban^d.
. English Wheat Market. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890
. English Wheat Market. Livr.iti- &lt; 01., March 31.— The spot market steady at tis lli, i l©7s. Canoas are weak at 35s for oft coast, 34- for just slipped art 35s for nearly due. IURES. The I.- luce Excl , _ cable gives the following Liverpool ,nuu__iio!..: April, 6s lli_(l: May, 6s lid; Jur.ej Os lid; July, 6s lid; August, 6s lid; Septembcr,j6s lid. BECCR-TIES. London-, March 31. — Consols, 97 7-16; United States Ba, d.,t 4's, l'_6j 4V»'s, 106; Silver. 43%; Ken: es, 83f M: Vi-t * New York Markets. New kor. k, March 31.— market was dull and lit. lei . At -his'on advanced '-.a. Missouri Pacific de-tlinc : ' 1 The alternoon continued dull and lb. active at 1 1 closed "featureless. Total sales, 57,173 share... 1 • _. ■ o - _ -tiftt Yoilic, March 31.— United States Bonds: 4's, 123; 41/s.l 104; Northern Pacilic, 311,4; Canadian Pacific 1 ._: Central Pacific, 33',i: UnionPaelfic, 6'_i_: At ■ tir ... Tcpeka and Santa Fe, 37-__ : Wclls-FargoJ i4u bi.!, 145 asked; Western Union. 1...
' " " OCK.VN STEAMEKS.", [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890
' " " OCK.VN STEAMEKS. ",- Dates of Departure From ' San Francisco." Steamer. DS-TIStATIOK. Sail— ffHEf .viiamette v laqiilrra 8ay.... Apr a, SAM'S— State of Cal. Portland', Apr 2.10 am Spaai Pomona San Diego Apr 2,11. a Hi' Corona Humboldt Bay.. Air 2. 9am Stli 1 Ai-apulco Panama... ...a. Apr 3,12 m; i- M ; Los Armeies. | San Pedro..-,.. Apr 4. SamJU.w CityotPel— China- Japan.. Apr 6, 3pm|P&gt;l* Umatilla.... Vie* Put Sound Apr- 5. 9am Bdw* Alameda — Australia..".. ..'J. Apr S, -l-ialoc— i Humboldt... Humboldt Hay.. Apr, 8. 9am|w_o Mexico San Diego. ;* Apr O.llAMlßdw' Oregon Portland .-.«..;. Apr. 6.loam Spear -iir.'k.t San Pedro ...-..' Apr, 8, SamlbUw' Departure of Australian steamer depends on i English main. /' ■.-.-.- w Ot I ... ... 111 am c .Ml AM I : Ml AM ll .._, 'rl., S 8 •y-_| - *1 '1,1 &lt; - * _
SUN AND TIDE '.TABLE., : [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890
SUN AND TIDE '.TABLE., : In Paclrle Standard Time. J Computed by Thomas '1 _S-i:st, l-'iir-oiciiieter and Instrument , •- x . • . Maker, it) Market street. °'-£- h.w:° uir, ii.w. ' V -W.. 2_ ? Small., Large. Large. .SmalL S = .-—'=□ *-" - .-:.-'. * — '-'•'- oUam 3.21 m 10.33 phi STir . aj. 2...- 9.4 1 am *•— '*■** 10.53 **»" -■*- am 3.&amp;-.4 _._..=. 10.20 AM 4.39 ci 11.11 pm 4.21 am .1 SO °— *;.. 11:03 AM ft. ll p M 11.28 pm • 4.55 am _.4»1 ". ",'- •&lt;-- Small. ti - Large. I ,6-...': 11.43 am 5.45 PM 11.51 PM 6.33 am -.47 6-.... O.lllFM 6.19 pm 0.00 am '6,12 am 5.46 7_... .I.'.'Gpml 6.56 i-m1 0.18 aS 6.5- am 5.45 -OS - a Pi 8.1-.J
' .■•••*■ .-.SHIPPING" iNTKLLIGKNt'I.. * [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. For Late Shipping Intelligence see Eighth Page. Arrived. Monday, March 31. Stmr Pomona; .Hall. 60 hours from San Diego; pass and mdse. to Goodall, Perkins &amp; Co. Br stmr Wellington, s , liii.,iial,- 85 hours rrom Departure Bay:.: 2300 tons coal, to R Dunsmuir &amp; Co. Haw stmr Sin Mateo, r.ilvlile.l days from Comox: 4300 tons coal, to S P Co. Stmr Alex Duncan. Gray, 4½ days, from Lompoc, via Fort. Harford 2 days; produce, to Goodall, Perkins &amp; Co. Stmr Newsboy, Liebig, 13 hours from Navarro; lumber, posts, railroad ties, posts and shingles, to Navarro Mill Co. Ship Bluejacket, Boyd, 7 days from Seattle: 1824 tons coal, io P II Cornwall. Bark Carrolton, Lewis, 7 days from INanalmoi 2300 tons coal, to John Rosenfeld's Son's Bark Will w Case. Whatman. 7 days from Columbia River ; 420 M i.t lumber, to Clatsop. Mill Co. Schr Ivanhoe, Jensen, 3 days from Humboldt; 135.^ ; lumber. to Dolbeer &amp; Carson. Schr Arthnr-l, Peterso...
SPORTING LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890
SPORTING LIFE. GeorgoLji^Biaikhe; ai_a|'Touiis;" j -. '7 Mitchell Matched. 7 v 7 Sullivan Will Figi- More Bs.ttle and Be-v'-ttrt)-^B_Jter»/fl'ai^-&amp;t "^#r&gt;Wff: ! a" ,;: ' ; . Boa.!. . fianc.ll,:''" . '".''■■ '-";■. ■' 1. 'tore wis a i i'.:fi&lt;fiSiherin'g.- : of ..sii'e.m-bers-at the California C'lbti last' evening tb learn J vh 1 1 iv is to : take pl.,ce.at aXuie.ttngVof' -fljjer lectors. I ':e presence of George .La ■i: ,I.' at the cliili.. created suite. ']» -stir aJnor-g the. boys, as Jtliey '_' expected "to "bear'- - -of- him being ni.itchedj. against; Dempsey, •■ but such a ; tbiugCd'id .-.not; 'haii.pejn. be . tt hen the meetlngJsv-_.Sioy.cr. word; Was soon - ; passed around t!iaX,a.. Blanche and Xbung . MitcJheiWbbtb .-. saloon keepers^ the way — w ei e matched to J fight Jon-, tfte.'ev'e'h-in'gJSfJ.J • June -7th for a purse .of J'S.2SQ. r - §5-_."Jt.o-sb't'b:. the.'defeated man. 5 After .; the match was ' .niade the principals deposited ,t|i-_...
7"'77.: v": i?rKyASGj£iitisE.i*A.vv- 7: '• ■-'• [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890
7"'77. : v ": i?rKyASGj£iitisE.i*A.vv- 7 : '• ■-'• ■:- A lfjal I'liiiifst As t* its Production In 'V-'.'.."7'. -":'.':■• ■•' 7 /'» city. 77. •*..'•". '* ■ ... : ; Jaiflga JRearderi. yieSterd'airV Heard "the suit '.-.Of "M'.-B: Leavitt, iesstfe of the Bush-street ■ ' .': .T.h'eat_rV,''_itoii;ast Charles.' -Y.' c ll.ichi Eui il ■ JJRo-en bail iii ;. and' AL.'H'ayiffali",' to restrain : . •'•t_ie°in;frff.m£rodui;jfig The;, play of "F'van-' geliii." ..it the:.vKe,« ''California. Theater,: where it : Was bii'l-d for Vast hlgh't. "V ! '-* ..' ';• • o' s ."ltis-cl'ai'iiied. by l,__vitt. that on ttiel-Ui " Jof . r 'ias'_'-_iu-ly" -Ricii Bosau'bauui'.cou- , '..ftft'-tajd wi-th hini-'tbp'er-fQfi-iiior.twb.W'eeks",'*; , C ijiiiie.iri'ibgApr.il'.eii-t, at : '.tli_.' .Bush-street I Ij&gt;..i agie(ii.u_; also perform- it ■aii .other place Hi"'" ; 'oi-ty .prior' to that " ' •itdstte: " T.hfe defendants.- it is '.iiile-geU, .broke', '. tjoiitrtjci:; '•wire-_fbre. : : Lea v-itt. -says that. ...
h;>.:7^liYTlll^ ON MAKKIAGE. :;"•/ •= [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890
h ;&gt;. : 7^liYTlll^ ON M A KKIAGE. :;"•/ •= Henry lie Grimt 'le»(i.i-_ He guiding Ills •t •-',"' Views on This Subject- -. ...-.•.. •', • The cross-examination of Henry de Grpbt by Attorney Hightdn was resumed in the Blythe case yesteiday. \ He told all that he could remember of conversations with Blythe, all of which had been touched upon in his direct examination. ° = V. • • °; -_ .JBlythe stated to him that he had regretted naming his mining claims alter Nellie Firmin, as she had proved ungrateful and had caused him a great deal of trouble. Referring to hi r, but not mentionine her name lie further said tbat he believed some women would poison a man to obtain bis property, and Ins experience with her had made htm more cautious in his alliances with women. When the witness joked him upon his lending a bacheloi's life he replied that the Scriptures say "it is not good for man to be alone." He said he was not exactly married, but lie had met a comely young person and hud t...
Wx77i<.>: MOHfc SAFETY. -'; (t-i [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890
Wx77i&lt;.&gt;: MOHfc SAFETY. -'; (t-i \ . --.Att'.-'J. irdbWxniih't- -Union;. -6 tops . sines.: '•',. ■.'-'-'- •.■';'..-•'.•':'■. -'_X'*T-..- Hurri-J-lIV.- .-.:• *; .' '_ '} .■"-' . J The Safety. lidowment "Union d'scon- ' tin lietl -business yesterday, .the -management . .giving as the reason the extreme stringency. Jof the 'times ; Updo', : short-time ago. tbo : union bad: 900 members, :: but ;'tlie assess- • .'-Jiaents "becime so.Jnu.n that a third of '.. J' file- number JTefuse.d' to .'pay in '-any more .money - Thereupon, the safe' was ; moved ..-^j^&amp;Jttt^e^S-e^At-prney.'A. B. Hunt, who J;' : say's no « his property, in lieu of money .: owed' hum by the concern II? has also tho. ; J accounts and : books and will: settle up the " • affitlrs'."" According to the -sta'temerit issued ' in -irculari.irni.to' the, jn.ehibsrs, 846,333 90 i Fas.be.en received -from 'February'l, issu, to" •. J March .1, I*"). ' Mr: Hunt has';, balance of * . : -51,.-S'&a...
;j '-JJ.'".' .;..-■'■'.C. iiciirt'nt Ir*lii-_r 'Hell.. .*.'. ° A °°ci [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890
;j '-JJ.'".' .;..- ■'■'. C. iiciirt'nt Ir*lii-_r 'Hell.. .*.'. ° A °° c i : i.v .LastriigH't at Tr'vi'pg- Hall there was.'an ' •exceiientcdncprt.iindor the ilircctorsbip of ° : .'JMrv-J.-'J. j-jor.is.. : .The"'-?. Joists wor.. * Miss • ': Susie " .Herti : soprano ; '"Mr.;, JE.-.*D.'" Cradalj; .i tenor; M..!U'obert-LlQyd,-'.barytef-o;.M-. C : •';L..P.ir'e'_tt'Jr., basso;; Master "Bennie Smith.. : V violinist Mrs. " C, ;JL,'-. Parent jr., _ "acebm:.parifst.':".T.li_yw.ere.assisVJd'iti° the follow- : ing- programme by a. male cllofus of "fifty : yoicesj:. -. -,: -■ °- XX ■&gt; '",' ; *"• . „• ••• 1 'J Cltbriis,.'i*C"olnrades' firm*" (Adams); solo. "■Yeoman's. JWetfUlng aonij'i tponiatowsltl), Mr.. . Hoberl. Lloyd urtintjer, "The 'Letter'' (Lloyd;, . Messrs. Werner, Morris Lloyd aotl Parent; solo, ; ' ."Sii'm, of the Kpbln" (libicliiitu, Mi-s (Susie Hen; • : violin solo, tfburlh Air .Vai on a Ttrenrre ny . Mercadaiite (Daucl. ), Master Beonle Smith; ctio- . t'u., "V, lien' Twili...