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Opening: Amity Alley. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
Opening: Amity Alley. An opinion has been filed by City and County Attorney Flournoy declaring Amity alley, between Chestnut street and Montgomery avenue, an open public street. It was dedicated to the public use on Auuust 28, 1850, by B. F. Edwards, the then owner, aud was accepted by the city. There is a petitiuu before the Supervisors to have this alley opened.
A limit in Sirret Work. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
A limit in Sirret Work. The defense in the suit of the Pacific I'aviug Company against Kogers &amp; Bolton, has raised the point that the notice for improving a street was signed by a Deputy Superintendent of Streets, an officer which, it is contended, is unrecognized. The question will bo argued before Judge. RearUon on Wednesday next.
HOTEL AKItiVALS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
HOTEL AKItiVALS. INTERNATIONAL HOTEL. T W Lyncb, Oil .111 Martin. Mare liland Mrs Joseph:*, Haywards 1' 11 Ltndall, Lodi .1 II Lounj, !-aito X Mill, Loill M Wvluer, San Kafael .1 H Lowry, Sacto T Lawlor, Westley B V Molloy, .Stockton J l(»y. Los Angeles X .1 Llledahl, Vallejo A Kevis, Eureka L Peiers, N«w York W .1 Argall • wf, N Mcx II Murray, New York X X Ariiall. N Mcx (1 Homnau A rain, N V .1 Ar&lt;all, N Mcx H KlayfiT, New \ &gt;.rk Miss E Argall, N Mcx T J Anderson &amp; wf , Ogn J Hopktusnn, Las Vegas J Kelly, Auburn A Keun. Ylsalla J Phillips. New Jersey A Clooncy, Lea.lvllle J Smltb. Victoria KJ Cartvu, Stockton J McElroy, Cala J Keller. Astoria W stebblng. U S N S C Campbell, UK. in A Luudstrom, C S N 012 Krdmau, La i ivsse X M Hanson, Chicago i! Willis, Vancouver A Smith, U s N 0 L Leo, U S N L Malone, San Juan A Dawsou, U S N J Keuster, England J hrusii, Marshall .J Thomas, Sonoma I' l.at.lii&lt;&gt;ii. Angel Island Whlttaker. Kaii...
M MUAKY Ot TIIK !lAl'.Kt;.i [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
M MUAKY Ot TIIK !lAl'.Kt;.i No trading iv grain. Potatoes weak and abundant. Onions expected From Australia. Butter vi. ry weak. hgaa lower. Hi. i. recolpts of asparagus. Poultry nominal. Game weak. Citrus fruits abundant. Canned salmon unchanged. halls lower. "MtaBSMMHaBS New York Markets. New York, April s.— The market opened moderately, without any material changes In prices. Missouri Pacific d&lt;cllned «». The market continued 1 strong and closed firm. Total sales, 67,005 shares. Nkw York, April s.— United States Bonds: 4's, 122; 4V4's, 104: .Northern Pacific, 31« i; Canadian Pacific, 72V»: Central Pacific, 331,4: Union Pacific, 63%: Atchlson, Topeka and Santa Fe, BH",i: Wells- Fargo. 140 bid, 145 asked; Western Uuluu, «-'.»: Silver, 95 -', 4 ; .Sterling, »4 85Va@* 88. Wheat, BMb, No. S, 88c ; No. 8, 84c ♦ Flout— Quiet. Coffee— sl7 50. Sugar— 4si@sy B e. Hops— California, lSe. Hides-California. 13c. Copper— Lake, $14 30. Tin-Spot, 20 10. Lead— Domestic, $3 81i,j. Iron— ...
OCIiA.N STKA.MEKS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
OCIiA.N STKA.MEKS. Dates of Departure From Ban Francisco. SISAHCB 1 DK.STINATION. Kail* HumbuMc. Huinbulilt Kay. . (Apr 8, Km WmHH Mexico San Dleiro Apr S.llam liiln'y 2 Oregon Portland [Apr 6.lUam Spear Kureka San i'eilro Apr 8, Bam Rilw'yS Alameda.... Australia Apr V. 2ph Oceanlo Corona HuinboMt Ilav.. Apr 9. 9am It.lw'y 1 l'uuiona SaiiDiego : Apr 10.1! am Udvr'yS Wails Wails', Vie A Pet Sound April), Hah Mw'jt 1 Columbia.... Portland Apr lU.IOau Spear Wllainettc V|Ya&gt;|inna Hay April, 9rn iSesw'l 4, LotAngetas. San I'cJro Aprl2, Sam Bdw'y2 CltySyaoey. faaama Apr 12 l^rMsa State or c»l.j Portland Apr 14, low; Spsar Departure of Australian lieumer depends oaths English mails.
SIN AND TIDE IAISLK. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
SIN AND TIDE IAISLK. In Pacific Standard Time. Computed by Thomas Tknnk.n r. Chronometer and lustruineut Maker, 18 Market street. &gt; xs hi i i r.. : } .... ; ( .." i 10.... i 11.... ( ifc: ! 12... ■ £ I H.W. ? i Small. H.W. L.W. H.W. L.W. 2 = 'is Small. SuialL haste. Large. |- pa 0.31 Pit 6.19 FM! 0.(10 ah 6.12 Ai&lt;;s74B,ekS3 1.26 m 6.56 I'M 0.18 AH 6.52 AM 5.15 6.39 2.30 pm 7.35 H«; 0.17 am 7.37 am 5.436.39 ;l.« M 8.21pm I.'JO am 8.30 au 5.42 6.40 i.li I'll 9.21 iv 2.03 am 9.33 aui5.406.41 6.36 PM 10.3' i PM 2.67 am 10.40 AM,5.39!«.4i 7.44 ml 0.00 am' 4.13 am 11.6:1 Au15.3Hi6.43
SKEPPIira IMELLIGEM'K. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. For Late Shipping Intelligence see Eighth Page. Arrived. Saturday, April 5. U S stmr Richard Rush. Tuttle, from San Diego. Stmr Celia, Johnson, 38 hours from Crescent City; lumber, to Simpson Lumber Co. Stmr Santa Maria. Denny, — hours from Lompoc, etc; produce, to D J Meherin. Stmr Arcata, Marshall, 48 hours from Coos Bay; pass and mdse. to O C &amp; N Co. Ship Solitaire, Sewell, 30 days from Hakodate; 2135 tons sulphur, to H Molineux. Br ship Ardiulilan, McLean, 123 days from Antwerp; mdse, to A Carpentier. Br ship Enterkln, Logan, 80 days from Newcastle, NSW: 2200 tons coal, to J D Spreckels &amp; Bros. Ship Two llrotners, McCartney, 11 days from Tacoma : 2200 tons coal, to S P Co. Haw bark Andrew Welch, Marston. 24 days from Honolulu: pass and sugar, to Welch &amp; Co. Brig Consuelo, Watts. 21 days from Kahului; 6200 bags sugar, to J D Spreckels &amp; Bros. Brig T W Lucas, Christensen, 4 days from Coos Bay: lumber and piles,...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
HOCSES TO LET. HOWARD ST., BET. FOURTH AND FIFTH— 8-Story brick bonding, suitable for any large busines-.s would make suitable changes for a desirable tenant. CHAS. ASUTON, 411 Montgomery street. ..---.. | - - ap6 lot BEALE ST., NEAR HOWARD — BUILDING with lot 46:10x137:6, suitable for any manufacturing business requiring plenty of room: would make alterations to suit tenant. ASUTON, 411 Montgomery St. ■ ■ ap6 lot Jjrr NEW HOUSE OF 9 ROOMS. HATH AND tj I &lt;). basement; all modern impts. ; north side of Pest St., bet. Rough and Octarla. $20— Fine flats or 6 rooms and bath each; modern Impts.: Market St., near Sanchez. Apply to T. P. BIORDAN. 8 Post- st. ; ap6tt ITIO LET— NEW HOUSE OF7 ROOMS AN BATH; X 252» Bush st.: also new flat, 1726 Devlsadero St., 6 rooms and bath, all Improvements: new store. 17:0 Devtsadero st. Apply MADISON A BURKE, «01 and 40 Montgomery st. lap 6 It TO LET— NEW HOUSE OF7 ROOMS AND BATH: 1 Bush St., near Devlsadero: rent cheap; all latest Improvement...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
-,--,- ■ :ROOMS TO ' I-KT—CONTTNCKP. ■■'-■_ ' *\ 1 EDDY— SUNNY FRONT SUITE; very deXXV sirable: central: transient. ■ ap6 7t* IA9CU MARKET- 3 FURNISHED HOUSE-xVZo-j keeping rooms, with kitchen; $25. 6 2t» QnO FIFTH — 2 FURNISHED ROOMS COMO\jo plete for housekeeping: rent cheap. 6 St» iilri ELLIS-LARGE SUNNY ROOMS; BINGLE 100 or en suite; furnished for gentlemen only. - apß lin ir-t A FOLSOM— NEATLY FURNISHED ROOM I X\' in private family; $6 a month. apO tf EVON HOUSE, 1130 MARKET AND 23 TURK .st. — Handsomely furnished suites and single; sunny; transients solicited. inrl9 lin OAK. NEAR MARKET— FURNISHED ROOM In private family; gentleman. - ap6 It* |9Q GEARY— SUNNY SUITES; ALSO, SINGLE TtOO rooms; 1 corner suite of 3 rooms; references exchanged. . ap6 7t* 99 J. SEVENTH— NICELY FURNISHED LARGE — — I double rooms; quiet family: reasonable. t&gt; 3* 1 F. 7 SEVENTH-LARGE bUNNY FURNISHED XO I suites for housekeeping; single rooin-i.aß 71* 1 90 SEVENTH-FRONT BAY-WINDOW ROOM; X— O f...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
BOOMS TO CONTINUED.' One VALENCIA-NICE ROOMS; HOUSE NEW; QUO price low. ■ , ■■,■ ap4 st* RAO STEVENSON, BET. SEVENTH AND Uia Eighth— Furnished housekeeping rooms. 4 4* SUNNY FURNISHED ROOM WITH USE OF bath; board If desired. Address 1026 Vallejo street. ap4 7t* 19A MCALLISTER, FLAT 3-NEWLY fur. 1 —\J nished room; running water, hot and cold; bath; 1 or 2 gentlemen, or man and wife; use of kitchen. np3 7t* Q9ftLARKIN-SUNNY BAY-WINDOW SUITE, O-.U with kitchen; no children. ap4 tf ■ 1 OQ OAK. COR. GOUGH— ELEGANT. sunny, XOO bay-window suites; gentleman and wife or several gentlemen; cheap rent, ap3 14 1 U TAYLOR — OFFICES OR FURNISHED rooms; suites or single: day or month. ap3 st* 9AQ SEVENTH -2 SUNNY UNFURNISHED £\JO rooms; gas and bath. ap3 6t» 909 SIXTH — GOOD FURNISHED SUNNY _.O— ; rooms. $1 to $2 per week ; quiet house. 3 4t* Xl q OCTAVIA— SUNNY FURNISHED HOUSEOX keeping rooms: bath; large basement. np3 4* 1 4 OA MISSION-NICELY FURNISHED SUNNY llw bay-win. suite for housekeeping. ...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
PERSONH.S. .: : ." TN FORMATION WANTED OF~MKS. LIZZIE V. A WILSON, or her sister Sarah, children of JOHN and JANE TORREY. will be thankfully received by their aunt, MRS. WILLIAM MEAQIIER, 214 Golden Gate aye. ■ ap6 :!t S~ POT CASH OFFER-THE BEST POINT REYES 0 fresh butter. 35c a roll; fresh Petaluuia table butter, 30c a roll, ana good butter, 25c a roll; Mission eggs, 20c a dozen ; mild i ream cheese, 10c a Id ; 04 fresh soda crackers, 10c; new salmon, 10c a can; new sugar corn, »1 per dozen (warranted): H. M. Dupee best Eastern sugar-cured hams, 14c a 16; best best Eastern sugar-cured picnic hams. 10c a n&gt;: something new in boneless bams, no bone, no waste, no trouble to slice, mild sugar cured, only 15c a 16: 13 cans Cutting's best tomatoes, SI: 8 largo cans new table fruits, apricots, pears, peaches or blackberries for SI; starlight coal-oil, SI 10 a can; snow-white patent roller flour, *1 a sack; good oat-meal, 35c a sack; good corn-meal, 20c a sack; 6 IT, best rolled...
THREE EGGS FOR EASTER SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
THREE EGGS FOR EASTER SUNDAY. Sacramento's' Standing in the Percentage Column. Th; Senators Defeated for the Fifth T.me. "Lsokabaugh's Fine Bex-Work—Oak-land Loses to Stockton. -• ibe SacrnmeuM mb Is, without doubt, Hie stroni;est lieloinn team in the California League, aud Hie players are not lacking in balling ability, yet the team lias had an imloitunato experience. The Senator* lost their liftti cousecutive game yesterday, and tue defeat was again caused by a stioke of ill luck in one Inning, while lv the balance of Ibe play the visitors put up ' wimiiuc ball. Tlie game was a. very lmeiesllnu one all ibrougli, ami but for Daly's error, resuitflig from anxiety to execute a double play, it is probable that a tew extra Innings would have been necessary to attain a result. •; Ihe home club appeared to better advantage so tar as fielding went, but was weak at bat, although they would have lintl a few more lilts Hi. i ii the score shows but for the phenomenal Mi'i's ol tioilar and lle...
SI'.NKIL AND HIS PISTOL. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
SI'.NKIL AND HIS PISTOL. lie I&gt;rnvrs the Wenpon in nn Altercation With a Orlpmiiii. I). McNeil, a special policeman nt the park, was arrested _ yesterday morning on a charge of assault with a deadly weapon. Walter Monfort, a gripman on the Larkinstreet branch of the Sutler-street road, is tlie complainant. It appears that McNeil had trouble with the conductor on Alonfort's car about his fare, and the gripinan interfered and told him that being a special officer he was not privileged to ride without paying his fare. McXeil then drew his pistol on the gripmaa. The prisoner says there is a special arrangement with the butter-street Company for the park policemen to ride free, and that Monford tried to throw him off, whereupon he drew his weapon.
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
Invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY (Sunday), at 1 :30 o'clock p. m.. from the Masonic Temple, corner of Post and Montgomery streets, under the auspices of Mission Lodge, No. 109, F. and A. M. Interment Masonic Cemetery. , - 2 MtKKT— In this city. April 4, 1890. Marian Murry. a native of County iiosconiUiOn. Ireland, aged 70 years. ••-.-.;• _-..-•-.._-.. «3-Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the rum-ral THIS DAY (Sunday), at 2 o'clock p. m., from her late residence,' 172 Clementina street, between ■ Second and Third, Interment Mount Calvary Cemetery. -2 . COLLINS— In this city, April 3, 1890, John A. Collins, an early and prominent Abolitionist and associate with William Lloyd Garrison and others, a native of Vermont, aired 79 years and 6 months. 88-Funerai services will be held THIS DAY - (Sunday), at 2 o'clock p. M.. at Metropolitan Hall, Fifth street, near Market, Professor Charles Dawbarn olticiatmg. Friends invited. Interment private. • GANNON— In t...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
;■■-' ■■; : MISCELLANEOUS. I / Yon now have an opportunity to\\ / /buy a building lot in thegeographlca\\ I /heart of the city, and directly on the\\ / /line of the cable extension, for $100 to\ \ I |*400, accoralng to size aud location I I Those who desire to pay cash may do so I I I Those who prefer can pay *2S down and I I \ A»IS each month until paid Or with / / \ Unterest at hank rates, 7 per cent per// \\aunum. These lots are now within // ' \\» stone's throw of the Valencia- // \\ street cable-cars and the// \\ Mission - street horse- // \\sCarliue. which ~2s\s //I* soon to be changed to a cable\\ / /and also directly on the line of the\ \ / /Howard-street cable extension. The\ \ / /locality la rapidly building up. It Is\ 1 I (perfectly healthy, and there Is no sand.) I I IThe view Is superb, embracing a pano-l I 1 \rama or the whole city sad the bay,/ 1 \ \ while In the distance the high Sierras,/ / \ with their snow-capped suuunits,// complete a grand and beautiful// \\ pic...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
~-~-___.~~^ ' ; AMUSEMENTS. ; IALDWINIHEAfEI MR. AL. HATMAN..... Lessee and Proprietor • | MR. ALFRED BOUVIER ..Acting; Manager .!■—■..,- " ;-_■--■'■ - ■ - BEGINNING TO-MORROW (MONDAY) EVENING, ArKlt 7th For Three 'Weeks Only, and Positively tno Only Engagement in San Francisco Tula Season of the Famous ENGLISH OPERA COMPANY KARL. BARNABEE 4 MACDONALD, Proprietors.' THE MOST COMPLETE MUSICAL ORGANIZATION IN AMERICA. Marie Stone. Juliette Corden, Carlotta Maronda, Jessie Hartlett Davis, Flora Flnlayson. Josephine Bartlett, Tom Karl. Edwin Holt. W. 11. McDonald. H. 0, Biirnabee, Euitene Cowles, George Irotuinghani, Fred l&gt;ixoii, etc. Samuel Stndley, Musical Director. GRAND CHORDS AND COMPLETE oRCII E S T A, IN &gt; THE .FOLLOWING IiRILLIANT REPERTORY: First Week: , Second Week: Monday, April 7Tit.......... VATINITZA Monday and I First time here. Grand Production Tnx-ar..,, ou ?" Ul&gt;pe^ Most " rllllant Opera. Thubsdat Evu's ol the Brilliant Spanish Opera,*...