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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890

A MARYELOUSLY ATTRACTIVE I DISPLAY^] OP SPRING OUTER JARMENTS! The unusual attractiveness of our MAGNIFICENT SPRING STOCK OF LADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S OUTER GARMENTS is amply attested by the hundreds of ladies who daily throng the aisles of our GREAT CLOAK DEPARTMENT and by their liberal purchases show their appreciation of the EXCEPTIONAL VALUES OFFERED, both in styles and prices. We append a few examples of .these values and respectfully suggest that intending purchasers wi find a visit during the. present week especially desirable, as we will exhibit many late novelties in ARTISTIC DESIGNS, MATERIALS AND SHAPES that have arrived during the past few days. Ladies' Spring Jackets. Ladies' Spring Beaded Capes. LADIES' JACKETS made of fine Broadcloth or LADIES' CAPES, of heavy black silk, pointed luck twilled Summer Cloaking, leg o' mutton sleeves, and fronts, net sleeves, worth $lv, will oe 91--rotlln; collar, in ail the spring shades, tan, cop- fered at 8? 50 each, per, hunter...

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"SHAHBI.BBS AXI) OPPRESSIVE." [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890

"SHAHBI.BBS AXI) OPPRESSIVE." The Xew York Sun characterizes the Chinese Enumeration Bill as "shameless and oppressive." Tha San d es not indicate toe provisions in the bill which warrant this characterization. The only hardship the bill imposes on Chinese residents ;s the obiioatioo to preserve a certificate the ■ .-■ Marshal will give them which will entitle them to peaceful residence in the country. The requirement tiiat Chinese shall obtain and preserve .-ueh a voucher of their right to be in the Country is no more of a hardship than that foreign-born citizens shall lake and preserve naturalization pai>ers as proof of their citizenship. The existing laws of the United States do not place Chinese on the same footing as other .foreigners. The immigration of laborers is prohibited, and consequently the entrance . of that elads is unlawful. The bill so bitterly denounced simply proioses means by which those who come to this country in accordance with law m;iy be distingui...

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LOCAL AM> NATIONAL INTERESTS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890

LOCAL AM> NATIONAL INTERESTS. Calif ornians may learn a lesson from the proceedings of a grange meeting which lias l>een lately held at Dover, in Delaware. .'•" The meeting declared that too much land •;■ hud beeu' devoted exclusively to peach'"gruwins: that a more diversified husbandry " was necessary, and went on to observe that ' as there is an overproduction of agricultural products "the grousers protest :" against Congressional appropriations for ' the irrigation of Western lands." In other word?, these Delaware fanners want the arid lands of the West t« remain arid, for : ' fear that, if they were cultivated, the prod- " nets of Delaware would command a lower price in the market. .; This is selfishness run mad. It is true that charity begin? at home and that the citizen who looks out for his own prosperity Jsi-n reality the mosfnseful member of the :"commuiiity. But tile nile Is limited by the * reservation that the citizen must not try to sacrifice other...

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THK DOMESTIC M l;> n | I'KOBtEM. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890

THK DOMESTIC M l;> n | I'KOBtEM. One problem which does not seem in a , way to solve itself is that of domestic serv- -. ice. In other industries there is no difficulty ill procuring competent help. In every • branch ofthe manufacturing industry the number of apprentices is limited for the ° reason that' there Is not room for one-half . ■ who offer 5 their ; services. In stores, restaurants aud saloons there are enough to do the rough work. But when a housekeeper wants a cook, a chambermaid or a nurse . the number a selectiou must be made from is so small that in too many cases she employs a Chluaman to do a woman's work. It is easier to say that this is all wrong than it is to say how it shall be righted. Women have been working over the problem a good many years. They cogitate in secret and meet in public halls to seek light from each other. But the problem remains in full force. How shall girls be reconciled to the idea of working in another woman's kitchen ? That is t...

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"TUE UNITED STATKS ON WHEELS." [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890

"TUE UNITED STATKS ON WHEELS." Some time ago a number of wide-awake men conceived the idea that if the people in the Eastern States could see for themselves siuiie of the peculiar products of the Golden State a market would be created for all they could produce. " California on Wheels" Is the result. The idea has been taken up by our Eastern friend?, who propose to invade South America with samples (if American products. George S. Kowen of Mew York is tho leading spirit in the enterprise. In a letter to th« press he says: How can we secure Hie South American trade ? Let us-go there and see. It Is proposed to organize a representative body of niHinifacuirers anil merchants to visit nil of tlio principal cities ol the South Ametican countries, taking samples of the goods we make or desire to sell, and by going there in a body in I steamship chartered specially (or that purpose, we should command the attention and consideration of the merchants, the Governments and the people 10 an ext...

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IKE END OF THE WOELI>. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890

IKE END OF THE WOELI>. The cranks who predict that on Monday week the world, or at any rate that portion thereof which lies on the Pacific Coast of California, will be destroyed by an earthquake and a lidal wave are not as original us they fancy. They are mere copyists. Their story has been threadbare for v thousand years or more. A propensity to believe in the finiteness of all things humnn anil temporal has been common from the earliest d«wn of Christianity. When the pagan chur.-hes finally went down before the advance of the true religion many of the best men of the day believed that the world would last a thousand years and no more- They based their estimate partly on the language used in the twentieth Revelations and partly on other passages of the Bible. Paul, in his second epistle to the Thessalonians, took pains to put the churches on their guard against the heresy that the day of Christ was at hand; but the words of the licvelatiuns see-iuea so clear, the limit o...

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TUB SI AM)A It f) Oil. TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890

TUB SI AM) A It f) Oil. TRUST. John D. Rockefeller, the organizer and President of the Standard Oil Company, recently submitted to an interview by the New York World. Mi. Rockefeller is about 50 years of age, and in the thirty years of his active business life has gathered in about $60,000,000. He claims, in the interview, that the success of the company of which he is President is due to the superiority of its business methods. The striking of the Drake oil well in 18511 afforded the opportunity. There was an abundance of raw material, but the problem was to place it in a marketable condition before the public, and at a reasonable cost The Standard Company devised new methods by which oil was made to How to markets as it flowed to the refineries. These methods could only have been adopted by a company having a vast capital at , its control. Mr. Rockefeller son: Wlieu the Standard began to be irrminent In. the otl trade In 1872, idiot oil was selling at an average or 23»/i ceuts per...

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CLOSING THfc -« lllioi.s. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890

CLOSING THfc -« lllioi.s. The Czar of lins»ia is renortpd as havine signiiied his intention to rinse all the hither cduL'a'ioual establishments for a year as a punishment to the students for an attack iiimn the Oriel of the St. Petersburg police. Unless Kusaian youths are more enthusia^'.ic than the average youth iv the matter of attending school they will survive a good deal of this kiud of punishment. What the young fellows will do in the time when they should be at school if they were oven is a matter which the Czar does not soem to have considered. There is an old adnce wliitli tells us that the enemy of mankind I fiiitls something for idle hands to do, uad the Czar will be fortunate if he does not receive in the course of the year some confirmation of its truth. But the Emperor of Russia is a ruler upon whom ordinary experience is wasted. He is so firmly convinced that he rules by the grace of God that he sacrifices his happiness and imperils his life rather than yield a portio...

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FOX FARMKKS IS SCGAK BEETS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890

FOX FARMKKS IS SCGAK BEETS. Mr. IJ. A. Brown of Massachusetts, a well-known sugar-tariff expert, direct^ the intention of the Ways and Means Comniitteo to the difference between the prolits of sugar-beet cultivation and those ot corn. The sugar-beet crop averaged in 1887 tffl 50 per acre, while the corn crop only paid 88 93 per acre. Western farmers who are petitioning Congress for free sugar should give these figures careful consideration. If the duties are taken off sugar there will be no demand for sugar beets. >Cane sugar from foreign countries, coining in free, will supply the market at lower rates than beet sugar cau be manufactured for. Farmers will s.ive possibly one or two cents a pound on the sugar they consume, but at the loss of a profitable product. The consumption of sugar in this country was, for the year ending June 30, IStf'J, 57 Ki-100 ponuds per inhabitant, of which 14 16-100 was domestic sugar. A family of six persons would consume about 300 pounds nf ...

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MOIIK I'llO-CIUNKsK WOKK. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890

MOIIK I'llO-CIUNKsK WOKK. The Board of Managers of the American Bible Society have voted to request the Senators trom New York to use their inrtn- once against "legislation which sliall exclude from our land any persons who are now by our laws entitled to visit and reside liere." The Bible Society is evidently aiming at the Chinese Enumeration Bill, but has not hit it. The bill does not propose to exclude any persons who are now entitled to reside here. Its purpose is to reach persons whose coming is unlawful. Every Chinese resident in the country will be given an opportunity to take a certiiicate entitling him to peaceful residence, whether his coming was lawful or not. By giving certificates to all Chinese residents the authorities will make it possible to deport Chinese who after a certain date come in unlawfully. The Bible Society should not object to that. Doing anything in violation of law is a prolific source of perjury which the society as :t conservator of pubiie murals sho...

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MORK KEt'lPKOliTy TALK. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890

MORK KEt'lPKOliTy TALK. The Washington Star repeats tho rumor that Mr. Maine has committed himself to some kind of a reciprocity treaty with the countries represented in the Pan-American Congress. The report is that the Argentine Kepublic has been selected as the original party to the treaty, with the understanding that any other South American country that may desire shail share the conditions of the treaty. The fact that Air. Blame was the originator of the Pan-American Conference idea gives some a>lor to the report that he favors a d-gree of commercial reciprocity between the United States and these countries. It is not to be supposed for a moment, however, that Mr. Blame contemplates un abandonment of the protective system. What the details of his plan are, if he has a plan, is not yet known; but the people may rest in the assurauce that he is not opening any door by which European manufactures may be entered into this country at a lower rate of duty than our tariff l...

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EDITORIAL NOIKS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890

EDITORIAL NOIKS. The Naval Appropriation Bill, as prepared by the House \aval Committee, carries out Chairman Boutelle's plan for con- tinning the work of reconstructing the uavy. His idea is that threo heavy battleships of the first class are as many as can be built advantageously at one time. They are designed for defensive work on the coast, and are to be provided with heavy armor and to have a limited coal capacity. Wupu enough of these vessels have been constructed for coast defense he thinks It will Be time enough to construct battleships suitable for aggressive action on the high seas or in foreign ports. The cruisers provided for by the bill are said to be heavier than those so far constructed. A severe hurricane recently resulted in a number of vessels being wrecked on the shores of the New Hebrides, and thirty of the poor fellows who reached land were mas.-acred by the natives. The savage disposition of these isiar.Utrs is due to the misconduct and cruelty of traders nnd a...

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Kin An»y From lion:*-. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890

Kin An»y From lion:*-. Bertha Willey, a seventeen-year-old girl, was arrested yesterday by Officers Anthony and Hslbrook and booked for the Industrial School. She ran away from her home in Berkeley a month ago to associate with disreputable characters in this city. E. 11. Black, painter, 13 Kills street. • A Divorce Si it Di.smi.ssei>.— By stipulation of Hi e panics, lie divorce suit of Hucl) Burns against Catherine A. burns has been dismissed. Simmons Liver Insulator always cures and prevent! indigestion or dyspepsia. • Bank of Ukiau.— Bank Commissioner!! hare examined Hie condition of Hie Bank of I'i.i.ii', :>ieud<>cino County, and found Its assets au<l liabiliiifs to be $406,336 75. Closed Sunday, but Easter egi» at Ualf price on Mi/uday. at TowiiHCiid's, 827 I'aiace. • 2 li.s. choice cieain mixed candles la Japanese ba^ktis for COc Townsenu's, 627 Palace. • Adaiu Welcker, lawyer, SOT Montgomery St., i coins 5, 6 and 7. -So c...

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(.'cinuiitlruin. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890

(.'cinuiitlruin. Why does - Wuittaker'a star. Patent Lean, Boneless, Sugar-cored Breakfast Bacon resemble the American li.i^? « Akswkr. — Because when cut It has stripes of red lean on a Held or white fat Try It. It n sweet, delicious and appetizing- For «ale by nil the leadluc grocers Thomas .Louirhran, 223 flay street. : ~ . .• "

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LITERARY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890

LITERARY NOTES. fJ^HE English-American," by Emma Honian f Tbaver, the author of "Wild Flowers of ]v the Kocky Mountains" and " Wild Flow- „ _fc? ers of the l'acilic Coast." has just been published by Douohue, Ileuneuery & Co. of Chicago. This Is Mrs. Thayei's first effort In the line ot fiction, but it has sufficient merit to fully sustain the reputation which her works as aq artist have gained for her. The book, which is well written and entertaining, has for Its purpose the showing of the absurdity of American girls marrying titled Englishmen of no account. It is well worth, reading and its. teachings are beneficial. The -North American Review" for April fully sustains the high reputation which that periodical lias long borne. The list of coutiibutors contains names that are well and widely known In America, France aud England. Another Installment of tbe highly important discussion of the tariff, which Mr. Gladstone and Mr. lilaitie opened so brilliantly In the January...

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The Park Lave TrncL. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890

The Park Lave TrncL. Tiiel'aik Lane Tract and Scventeeutb-Btreet I:i ;■: ■.Vfiiii'i.i i. i,i!i has accepted ibe lepoit of Hie committee appointed to examine Adolph Sutio'a deed to the city of street) lying soutli of the noith line of Seventeenth street. The deed includs Uie stirets south of the uortbliueot So Yeu lei' urn stieet to me middle of Eighteenth and the Intermediate street*, eonnnenciug 136 feet west of Claia avenue and thence extending west 10 ilie easterly line of l':uk lane, Including Cor belt road to me c nter o[ KlKhuenth meet liose, Mais, Uranus and Minerva streets.

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To rnfti -.ii Cifl I'l.-.i.r, s. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890

To rnfti -.ii Cifl I'l.-.i.r, s. The animal spring exhibition or the San FanCisco Ait Association will open ou Uie 22d lusl Hie jury to pass on Uie pictures submitted | Or admission will be coiislltuioil o[ tlia followini; named: limll Caxbeu, Miss Eva Wllhrow Mrs" ftlaiy Curtis KicUardson. Mrs. Alice IS. CliUion' den, W. A. Cuulier, Wlliiam Keith, AmeUee .louliii. I.c« L.isk. Arthur F. Mauliews, Clrules Kolio r"eters and W. H. (iillord. Uiie foliowiuir stipulemeutary jurors weit named: F M-irlnn \V«il>, K. 1). ielJaud, «. Henry Weinert and TiKHBU Hill. Xvi ■vimnv knows that the spring is the best season to take a soo<l medicine. Hood's Sarsaparllla Is the most i'"i"il.ir and successful spring medicine aud blood purilii'r. 100 doses one dollar.

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l>o Not Be I inji i.-«-i t Upon. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890

l>o Not Be I inji i.-«-i t Upon. Certain druggists of San Francisco nave lately been offering imitations of the world-renowned Carlsbad Sprudel Salt la square bottles. The city of Carlsbad, therefore. issues a circular Ihronchtho Lessee of the Springs tliat the genuine Carlsbad Spru.lei Salt sold In the United States must have the name of Eisner « Mendeison a Co. Role Agents for the United ■ States, on the bottles! The genuine article Is only exported In round bottles and each bottle comes In a paper cartoon. Buyera must therefore be careful not to be imposed upon by unscrupulous dealers in medicines. Au danger of drinking impure water Is avoided by adding '20 drop* of the genuine Angostura Bitters manufactured by Dr. Siegert • Sons. At all druggists." To rbiijuik the stomach, liver and bowels and promote digestion, take one of Carter's Little Liver l'ills every night. Try them. • ■» — _ FOB COUBKS. AftTHMA ANU Throat Disoriikrs, use " llrown'a Bronchial Trocltea." 'IS ct...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890

;j^ CHUItCH ? _KO'nOSS.' _■,"■_ '_''^ '■_" . ! BEls&-* ' Calvary I'resliyterian Church, Cor. I ! &-*>' Powell uud Geary sts.— ltev. ;T. Chalmers Kaston, D.D., pastor, will preach ;at 11 a. m. Subject: ■• Easter Tidings— The Risen Christ ana' Ills Sleeping Saints." There will bo a large accession of new members, followed by the administration of the Lord's Supper. The church will be appropriately decorated with flowers, and the music usually of a high order will bs special on this occasion, viz. : 1, "Break Forth Into Joy," Baruby 2. "Hear My Prayer," Sudds: 3, "Thanks Be to God," Schneker. In the evening the Sunday-school anniversary will be held and special Easter services, i .insisting of varied exercises by the school and an address by the pastor, Dr.Easton. The music In evening will be: 1, "Christ Vur Passover," Bnck; 2 Solo and chorus, '• Behold, I Show You a Mystery," by Miss Bernard; 3, solos and quartet " Softly and Faintly," Schnecker. Pro...

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