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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
t|l^= &gt; Irish-American Ben. Society— Yonr lJr^ regular monthly meeting will be held at Irish-American Hall on MONDAY EVE, April 7th, at 7 :30 o'clock. A full attendance or the members is requested. The Committee on Picnic will report at this meeting. DANIEL MURPHY, President. :; Wat. COogmrix, Secretary. ■ ap6 at IKS' Prafeeeor A. A. Sanders' Pupils and •**=' patrons are respectfully informed that his classes will meet during the month of April on TUESDAY EVENINGS at Olympic Hall, corner ot" Powell and Slitter sts., anil on SATURDAY.IiVEN"INGSat Union-square Hall, 421 Post St. aptStf R^S 3 The Officers autl Members of ' l*^ the Grand Lodge or California, K. of iy&gt; P., are requisted to assemble at the offlce or?S&lt;S&amp;/ &lt; the G. K. of R. and S., en SUNDAY. April _i£s£3 6, ISDU, at 1:30 o'clock, to attend the funeral of t,ur late fellow-member. Past Chancellor R. A SIAIIDEN. [5 2t] 11. SCIIAFFNKR, G. K. of R. and S. ITKK 3 Attention...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
■_"-;■' '■"siTPATToys-coxTrsirEP. :_'^ *&gt;';'• "yOUNGLADY WISHES POSITION IN INSURX ance oflice or other business Arm as book-keeper: having had several years' experience: will furnish best of city references. Address Y. L., Box 88, Call Branch oilice. : - - ■ - - ■ apo 7t* Ij«EW MOKE ENGAGEMENTS IN FAMILIES TO assist niaUing and renovating dresses, and all kinds plain sewing and mending; I will accept as pay cast-OS clothes. Address M. 11., Box 3, this o '»&lt;■'■■ -.'■-- .-.■.. ■;■■-. .-- nps 'Jt WAITED— CARE OF AN OLD LADY OR INVAfT lid, by a middle-aged woman who fully understanJs care of the sick; would assist In other work if needed. Apply at 530 Howard St.; call or T. O. SULLIVAN. ■ ■■ - rpS 3t» AN EXPERIENCED WOMAN WOULD LIKE position as sick-nurse; references. ■ 431 1 2 Tehamast. .- ap4 3t* TV^URSE, EXPERIENCED PROTESTANT, X&gt; would take entire charge of 1 or 2 •tildreu; w»,'es $25. Call lrom Ito 4, Room 14, 1111 Slitter street. ap4 3t* GIRL WANT...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
:itKI.V ■■TTAXTED— &lt;; ONT I VIJK Tt. (J.oI)OWN A"ND~6O CENTS p£r~SHARE I'EK A V-* month will purchase shares in tiie Republic : Savings, Building aud Loan Association; SIB per month will pay oil a loan of $1000; call or send for prospectus; open daily and evenings until if o'clock. 624 Market St. ■ Mr 30 tf ANTED— GEKMAN- GIRL FOR GENEKAL ■'» housework in Alumeda; wages $20. Apply 821 California St. -.-- . -■ '■ .-• ■ a;- 3t* FIRST-CLASS I WAIST-TBIJIMERS AT - 418 Geary st apl tf OPERATORS ON LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S underwear. 140 Murphy Building. ap3 tf lADIES TO LEARN SUORT-11A5D AND TYPS J wrlfiqg. Ke.irny and Clay sts. . - lur3l ~t ~JIAI7E\HI&lt;rLP WANIKU. Head |!ai:-ki;kli.i: ToiI~~FIRSTXLASS . country hotel bar; $100 and found and in ■ fare; good references required.- Apply to C. U. HAN-EN A CO., 110 Geary »t. aj&gt;B it ■\fAN HANDY WITH MACHINISTS' .TOOLS -L'i- and to oil up, city, $8l); German ur Scandinavian valet and indoor servant and wife to co...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
— ■ CITY KKA_ EijTATK. V i!|)(l COX. BUCHANAN AND FELL — (Ji/uuU. House or 6 rooms and bath: all modem conveniences; lot 30x70; rents $65; brick foundations, etc. 0. H. UMBSIN .v (&gt;'.. 14 Montgomeryst. ■ - . . ; ■ &gt;p6 Bt StiTuTh »QQC.A POST, NEAR SCOTT— HOUSE OF 4 «E)OO«JU. rooms; stable, etc.: reuts *12 50; lot 25x137:6. (i. H. TJMbS£N 4 CO., 14 Montgomery street. - ,-ipu 3t SuTuTh©in r\(\(\ FINE HOUSE OF 7 BOOMS AND tJpIv.V'UU. bath: all modern Improvements: stone, sidewalks- lot '-'sxloo. on Ellis, near r-u--chanan. north line. li. H. UMBSEN * CO., 14 Montgomery st. apb 3t SnTnTli C* IliiX* ABAK(iAIN:COTTAGEOFBItOOMS «JD*IU\JI". and bath and all modern improvements- rentss3-: on Castro st., near 15th: lot 25x 75, G . H. I'.MUSKN a CO., 14 Montgomery. St sutt CO nn CHEAP; 2-STORY HOUSE IN STOKE 3SOOv/V. and flit; lot 23:6x105. to a rear street; on 17rli si . r..:ir church: street work complete: part tasli. U. H. fIIiSEN _ CO., 14 Montgomery. 3t sutt ©97 Art 2...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
■ CITY KFAL KSTATK. ADI SON * BUBEK, ESTATE AGENTS (Established 1858}, 401 and 403 Montgomery. INCOME PROPERTY. .'■, -.:» . ■ $12,000— Cents $110: new building in 3 flats, 6 and 7 rooms and bath each; elegant view, and in one of the best neighborhoods In the Western Addition. .-...--• $13.000— Bail hi St., ur. Webster; routs for »107; 2 houses In flats: lot 27:6x137:0. $16,500— Hyde st, nr. Turk; 10 rooms and bath; very well bunt and lit perrect order; extralarze lot, 30x137 * •■■ '■■- - •■•-.." $6725— F0150m st, nr. 12th; 2 new flats: rents * 0; lot -':l\SO. $20,000— Business corner on 24th st, nr. Valen- : cia; .store and flats: rents $160: part of lot at HI vacant: s.-&gt;\ss. $7500— New flat*; pays over 10 per cent: Cairn st., ur. 24th; lot 30x115. . .. SWOOO-liush st, near Fill more; flats; rents $65 per month: lot 25x127:8. $8250— Nat.. ma si , near Bth; building In 3 flats; rents $55: high basement can be changed Into another flat at small expense; lot 25x75. . ■ $750...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
CITY lIKAI. KSTATK. ; DOW Ma ,v UAMBS, REAL ESTATE AGENTS, 318 Montgomery jt '; - -, -.-«. . -NEW-PROPERTY." $9000— st, near 22. 1: 45x122:6, with 2 . 11.-11 -••-. 4 Hats; rents $68; in perfect order. ' - tv. $!-'soO— New house, Lagmta St., near Pine: 25x 137:6; 10 rooms and all latest Improvements. $11,500— New building, ii Bat*: Pine st, near Laguna: will rout for 107 ; 25x137:6. - $4500— 6-room house and lot: 22:6x92:6; O'Farreil st, near Dovlsadero; In good order; stone sidewalk. INVESTMENT AND RESIDENCE PROPERTIES. $17,000— Choice improved corner on Lagunast; 35x85: covered with hue ■ buildings, store, ' flats above and separate house; never vacant. . $12,500— Fine coruer for immediate improvement;. corner 20th and Stotwell sts. ; 95:6x95:" largo portion of lot, including corner, vacant; bouse on 20! li st ri-n'.s low at $35 per mouth. - $11,000— Choice Folsom st investment, nr. 16th; Cox 101; corner of small street: 30 feet vacant : the remainder of lot Improved with 4-story b...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
-. .:: .' / CTTY ' REAL ESTATK. --.■ - _ MCAFEE, BALDWIN &amp; HAMMOND, REAL Estate Agents and Auctioneers, 10 Montgomery street. • :- ■ ■-■■■■' ...-■■-■■ : • . NKW PROPERTY. $50 cash— Mission-road lots, within a few blocks or the depot at Ocean View; perfectly level: good drainage; Spring Va'ey water; churches and schools nearby: only i."&gt; minutes from Fourth and Townsend sis.; 6 trains dally ; commutation tickets 3-3 per month; Mission-street cable will greatly increase values in the neighborhood of these lots; we offer a lew .only at «300 each; $50 cash, balance In monthly Installments of $10; size 25x125: call lor diagram. , -.., .- . $.niOO-(;ougb st, near Green: 27x100. $2750— Sacramento st., near Baker; 27:6x77:6. $7500— Hayes St., near Fillmore; 47:6x137:6. $u750-Spl*ndld speculation; 6 lots; Sullivan St., through to Grattan, near Btannn: Sullivan st. graded and macadamized;, on the direct line of 16th-st. extension; fine view of the park- for a few days ...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
-'-'■' : *' : V-! DITY ? RE AL-ESTATEJt^.3'- : " ,r)AVID STERN ■ * SONS] &gt; REAL ESTATE - -»-' Agents aud Auctioneers, 833 Montgomery st..H ■ •• ■..■■-■ . . * IMPROVED. ; . ■ $10 500-Halghtst.; S. line, near Steiner; 2 nice *',„ « ," 0 7 ro °ms and bath In each: lot 25x137 ■ -•• $9000-Bartiett, near 21st; nice flats of 6 and 6 rooms in each; lot 33 :6x90. .-■ - . •—■-.- -$4500 —22d, near Valencia; flats or 3 rooms each: rents $10; lot 35x114. . ; .. , 00 T &lt;ieaev:l ' near 6th; 3 cottages and stable; lot iiuilOO. $:0,000 -Minna, near 6th: 4 Hats or 6 and 7 rooms and bath in each : rents $91; lot 25x80. ■ $BUOO-Shotwell. near 14th: 2 Hats or 6 and 6 rooms and bath; new: rents 50; lot 251122:6. $5 , 00-Gnerrero, near 27 th; 2-story residence of 6 r "'™' and bath: nearly new; lot 23x100. $8000— Fell, near Laguua: front house or 7 rooms ami bath; 4 flats on rear st. ; lot 27 :6x120. BO— Harrison st., near 7th: 3-story house of 13 rooms: used as a boarding-house. « - ...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
.C- ■ - : -v:-\CITY.:KEAI."' ■ KSTATHJ."'-"'.: . ffIJfJSLAn BBOOEBICK ' ST.. BET. » DEVISAtip*JU\J\J, dcroand Fell; lot 25x100; new 2-story aud basement house In flats of 5 and 6 rooms, bath and basement each: electric wires and all other modern conveniences; rent $65. HOYT, ARNOLD A: CO., 634 Market st. . -, ■ SuTnTh 3t &lt; ft'inn A ,' OAK ST. (ON CABLE), NEAR D*&gt; «Jpt/UUU. vlsadero: lot 26x137:6; new, strictly modern house: 10 rooms, bath and fine finished basement; electric wired; speaking tubes; stone walks. IIOYI', ARNOLD &amp; CO., 634 Market.SuTuTh ' ©7P.AA FELL ST., BET. SCOTT AND DEVISA«H) I Oyi\J. dero; lot 50x187; 2 houses of 8 and 10 rooms each: ground worth price asked, without Improvements. lIOYT.'AUNOLD &amp; CO., 634 Market street. ... -"-. --...■ ».-.--.».- . - snTuTh St ffi-l'l'/HI eOLDEN GATE ATE.,' KW.-COE. JITUOUU. Lyon; lot 32:6x100; corner store and 2 living rooms. - HOYT, ARNOLD &amp; CO., 634 Market »L ■ - -■■■--■...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 7 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
'/■■-' '■ : v BUSINESS ■ CHAMCKB. %r- : -'::. r . 1 ? r P&lt;) SELL OUT YOUR BUSINESS GO TO I. D. i- BARNARD, 29 Kearny 9t.:testahllsh*d 1859. lit* IJ'lCfin ■ GROCERY-STORE AND BAR: OLDiJiiJUU. est and best stand south of Market St.; &gt; doing trade of $40 per day, line living rooms connected; Hold only on account of departure. ■ Apply I. P. BARNARD, 29 Kearny st. apt) 2t« ■ ffl-on/i contracting BUSINESS; WELL«IPijVU. established; guaranteed profit of $100 per month, after paying help: has all necessary tools anil Implements; this business can be largely increased by a steady man, who Is willing to devote his entire time to the business; experience not necessary; owner will remain with buyer : until thoroughly posted; thorough Investigation allowed; selling only on account of departure. Full particulars of w. i. ULBA-80N a CO.. 865 Market. 83t TOHN WHITE, BROKER IN REAL ESTATE, O insurance and business chances. Real Estate Associates Building. 228Vb Montgomery. apU ...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 8 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
2 1 rjJity itpke -". yon: SAT.E. PATENT KITCIIEN-TAbTes »i*Bo FAfn"~AT i OakUnS ;LUAAS ' *"rnituro Store. 408 EieveiUn St.. Oakland. ■ ■.■.-, -. y. .. , 5 . . -,-.. de 6 cod tt 4 -BOOKED COTTAGE TO LET AND Fl ! M ture for &amp;ala reasonable. Inqulreat 415 Tweu'tv- ", seventn it. ■■■■-■ -f- ■•■.-- .. ,- aps 3t» , - FURNITURE OF 4-ROOM COTTAGE FOR SALE X cheap; no dealers. Address "for 3 days Cottage Boi 3. this office. . . aps2t* ' T,-&gt;URMTURE OF 3-EOOM FLAT CHEAP 4'ft J Grove St. -r ■■ &gt; . . ' apt st» ELEGANT BRUSSELS CABPETS SEWED USD laid. We per yard. SIIIREK, 1234 Stockton.l2 if 'JFI 000 vai:i&gt;s 0» NEW AND SECOND^ " u ' uuu hand carpets, from 10 cents to 75 cents per yard, at JONES' Auction House, 25 and 27 .Lightest. -._--:■ fe23tf ED-ROOM SUITS OF 7 PIECES FOR $15' WILEY BROS.. 331 Mission st 14 tf ALL PRICES IN PLAIN FIGURES: ON INbailments, without Interest, you can furnls.'i your home as cheap as for cash elsewhere at HENEY'S lar...
A THRILLING EXPERIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
A THRILLING EXPERIENCE. A Pioneer Party's Enconnter With the Indians. The Perils of a Search for Gold and Wealth in Northern California ia Early Days. Written for The Sunday Call. f»,HE ship Mechanics' Own, GOO tons ■r&gt; burden. Captain Matterton master, ,_f* sailed from New York August 15, 184.», bound for California, with a company of 100 men, organized for mining and trading iv the laud of gold. Among these were Thomas Gihon and a chum named Iloyt. The ship arrived in Sun Francisco harbor January 2, IS3O, and the company separated, some going to the mines aud others engaging iv the several occupations which at that time commanded the high wsges of from £12 to §20 per day in Sau Francisco. Giiion was an engraver, and found go d employment in- his art. Iloyt also remained in the busy city. Both, however continued their association with the company. Enrly in tho spring of ISSO attention was directed to the far northern coast, now comprising the counties of Humboldt and Del...
THE FLOUIt MAUICET. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
THE FLOUIt MAUICET. Still Inactive and Prices Easier, With a Downward Tendency. A&amp;BXTBAPOLIB, April s.— The flour output was slightly improved last wick, the averago daily manufacture being 22,900 barrels. The aggregate production was 107,-150 barre's, against 1?.",720 barrels the week before and '.Ki,s7u barrels for the corresponding time iv 1880. The mills have so far not suffered any special inconvenience from the coopers' strike. Most of the firms have acceeded to the demands of the men, and for a while at least will pay 3!&gt; cents for barrels instead of 32 and 33 cents, as for some time past. The inactivity of the flour market is as pronounced as ever. There is very little demand except for small lots for prompt sliiument and the curreut output is reduced, as it exceeds the current sales, l'rices are rather easier and have a downward tendency. The lea«e of the present operators of the C. C. Washburn Mill Company is continuous, and, unless the firm is notif...
THE WOOL. MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
THE WOOL. MARKET. A Fair Demand fir Good Warp Territories California Dull. Boston, April s.— The American Wool Reporter, in reviewing the market, says: There is a fair demand for good warp Territories, such as Montanas and Wyoming, and considerable of such is moved. In Ohio there is only a peddling trade, but Michigan is developing better conditions. Spring Texas is looking up, which is due to the scarcity of Territory warp. California is still dull. Pulled is in good demand, but Ii supers, unless brushed, are bard to handle. Quotations as follows: Ohio XX, .•-J 1 . to 33; Michigan X, 28% to . '£)% ; Ohio &gt;'o. 1, 27; Michigan No. 1, 35; Ohio delaines, 35 to 'M; Michigan delaines, 33 to 31, Texas fine, '.M to 25; California new spring, 23 to 24; middle counties, 17 to 21; Southern spring, 16 to 18; California pulled, 25 to 35; Montana fine, 20 lo 21; Oregon, 25 to 20.
THIS WOKIiU'S PAIR. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
THIS WOKIiU'S PAIR. Stockholders Eiect a Boar; of Directors— The Senate lemmitte*. Chicago, April s.— Over 5000 stockholders met iv Battery D Armory yesterday and elected forty-five directors for the World's Fair. The Directors elected represent from $00,000 to 9U0.000 individually and ure leading business men of tiie city. Washington, Ai ril r..— The World's Fair Committee of the Senate met and after a general discussion of the bill appointed a sub-committee of Daniel, Hiscock, iiawley, Gray and Wilson of lowa to consider the financial features of the fair, the Chicago Guarantee Fund aud the amount thu Goveruuieut should appropriate.
GHASS VALLEY. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
GHASS VALLEY. A Pioneer Resident Dies Suddenly— Aa Undfsiralle Citizen. Gha&gt;- Va i.i.i v, April 5 —The dead body of \\ illiain ItardOD was found near the road fit French Corral yesterday morning. Tlie Coroner lias Deeu summoned. Mardon was an old resident. It ia believed death was from natural causes, lie leaves considerable property. The "i'eepiiig Tom" has been unmasked. Personally he never has been of much account, but his family connections are of the best lie will have to leave town without deiay.
HAS A BIG HKAKT. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
HAS A BIG HKAKT. An Alleged Smaecler Says He Intend-d to Preien* His Jewelry to His Family. Xkw l'or.K. April 5. — Michael Ooloma, charged with attempting to smuggle S-500 worth of jewels, was before Collector Erhart again to-day with a written statement that he is a citizen of Guatemala ami intended to Uke the jewelry home as presents to his family. The Collector sent him to the United Slates District Attorney as the case has been before the United States Commissioner.
A Li.-lr. Wool Clip. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
A Li.-lr. Wool Clip. Mai:v-vii.i.i:, April s.— Tlie spring wool clip in this district is expected to be light and exceptionally poor in quality. 3So spring wool has yet reached the market here and the demand is not likely to be great. The outlook for grain is improving somewhat as the season advauces. Some exceptionally large yields on summer fallow are indicated by the present couditiou of the crops, but as thu acreage sown is comparatively (mall the total output will be much below the average.
I .ilifutnl a Cnniera Club. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
I .ilifutnl a Cnniera Club. Articles ol incorporation were filed yesterday by the California Camera Club. Its purposes are to form a social, scientific and art center for photographers. The incorporates are: George \V. Keed, Sautord Kub--111 -011. A. P. Flaglor. Thomas I. Andrews, William N. McCarthy, E. J. Molera, E. V. Gray, Theodore C. Murcean, Howard C. Tiubitt?, C J. Wetmore and 1. E. Thityer.