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Page 7 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
AUCTION SALES. WENOELI. K4STOS. 010. TV. FJIIXC. T. B. WILDE. 1] ik'f Aiii^f iAn f jl/ rii r\Uwilvll ■ TUESDAY, TUESDAY APRIL 8, 1890, AT 12 O'CLOCK KOO.V, AT SALESROOM. 618 Market Street, opposite Palace Hotel. CENTRALLY LOCATED HOMES FOR ALL! SB THIS PROPERTY FRONTS 17tb, Uranus and Minerva Sts., Corbett Road, Park Lane and Olympus St., IS SOLD BY ORDER OF ADOLPH SDTRO, Eiq , BEING FART OF THE PARK LANE TRACT! MAP NO. 4, IOO— IOO GHOiCE HOME LOTS Grand View. Excellent Drainage. Are sheltered from tbe summer winds and fogs. Are upon the warm southern slope of MU Olympus. Are all ready to build upon. Are upon the best cable system In the world. Am near Huena Vista and Golden Gate larks. Are certain of a very radical advanco In price. Are to be sold upon exceedingly liberal tgrms. A?" The Mark-t-Kt. Kxtenslon will pass near these Choice Ilr.tne Lots, and will triple Hie Taltie in a short time. A Golden Opportunity TO INVEST. . SAYINGS BANKS are paying but 4 per Cent per annum interes...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
AUCTION SALES. AT AUCTION! Choice City Properties! ....BY TUB ... FITZHUCHHOPKINS CO. Successors to N. C. Carnail &amp; Co (IJiCOKPORATED.) AT THEIR SALESUOOM. 624 MARKET STREET, Opposite Palace Hotel. THURSDAY, THURSDAY APRIL 10, 1890, AT 12 O'CLOCK ML, SHARP. ATTRACTIVE OFFERING. - That handsome lot NX. cor. Broadivay aod Powell St., froalii.,' I'owcll 77 feet 6 laches, liroadn-ay 85 feet ti inches and Morey alley !&lt;U feet 6 inches: covered with stores and tenements; rent $257, can easily be made fiOi) ; S. H. and M. R. K. soon to be changed to cable line, passing along both Broadway and Vowcll-st. frontages. INCOME PKOPEKTY. ■ 26x80, loith line of Clara st., bet. Fifth and Sixth. Xwvstory double home; rent $15 per mouth. ' HANDSOME PARK LOT Fronting the Park and cable line on Oak st , near Lott, MklK ■-■;■:• CHOICE INVESTMENT. Fine location on Fulton st., uear Lott. 50x137:6, with two new building] of 3 elegant French flats eacn, and two new 2-su&gt;ry ...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
AUCTION SALES. AT AUCTION! THURSDAY, THURSDAY, APRIL 1890, AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON, ■ AT SALSftnOOM, 10 Montgomery Street. FABKBLOCK3B7 IN SUBDIVISIONS, CONSISTING OF Business id Residence LOTS! INCOME AND SPECULATIVE, Facing the Great Golden Gate Park and fronting on 7th and Bth aye* nues and C and D streets. AS PER FOLLOWING DIAGRAM: C STREET. Z, 120 120 • Z =« 29 28 c 3 30 27 §5 S 31 s«~ ~js sS____sa » Sa £.S_ _33 21 g jg * S 3* 23 S « "* 3 35 32 g g 38 ~ ~ 21 ja S 87 20 S N S_ ff__ 19 S |S 38 18 Jl 5 40 17~. g 3 ' 41 • la . $ s c 43 _ 15 "s . s * 3 »__ "_s b!__^_ » s=i S 49 ia ... is H 3 B !! « ;&gt;; a a s 46 __»_ 1 a | 40 125 25 "~25 25 '. 100 i " 5 : 18 3 4 8 -T I • i | « b * I *# s s -7;;^ s 2?3r. i « s § ss^sng — • a a 6 « 3 25 .i &amp;MW^ * 4 ofe^W^^ — » REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD BUY: BECAUSE this block faces the great Golden Gate Park, which is fust becoming one of the most beautiful parks in the world. BECAUSE property so situated is cheaper in San Francisco than...
SERVICES FOR EASTER. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
SERVICES FOR EASTER. Commemorative of the Rcsurrectiou of Christ. Beautiful Decorations in the Churches, and Special Programmes of Music to Be Bendered. Services appropriate to the anniversary of tbe day on which Christ arose from the dead will be beld In the churches In this city today. Elaborate arrangements have been made and special programmes of music prepared. Itd.MAN CATHOLIC- «T. MAHYS (Hl'liCH. At St. Mary's Cathedral, on California and Dupont streets, there will be a pontifical bigb mass at 10:30 In the morning, after wlilcb Arcliblsliop Klordau will give the pontifical blessing. Haydn's " Imperial Mass," written (or tbe occasion of the coronation of tlie Emperor of Austria, will be performed by the following choir, suppoi ted by organ, orehesti a and ihe Sausom String Baud Quintel: Sopranos and altos- Misses Matilda Wilde, Ci.ua McGowan, Jennie 11 ally, Minnie Byrue, Gertrude and Emma Sausom, Mary Dei kin, Julia Sinlivan, M. Hicglns, Mrs. Madge Elder, Mrs. M. dcSilvclra, ...
THE SFtUMEIiS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
THE SFtUMEIiS. • — — — — — — Entries and Handle..]!* fur This Afternoou's Knee. The sprinters who have entered for the association's handicap foot-race, which will take place at 3 o'clock this afternoon at Central Park, have been exercising daily for the past two;weeks. The following is the order iv which the heats will be run, viz.: First beat— H. M. Joliostonc, 2 yards; C. F. Philpott, 6 yards; X. J. Kielly. 14 yards; T. Keudal, 14 yards. Second heat— W. Morgan, 14 yards: F. Harris, 15 yards; W. Itoss, a yards; 11. F. Winters, 18 yards. Xhiid heat— H. Bethune, 2 yards; F. Mundiy 18 yards; W. Keudrlcic, la yards; F. Leigulou, 14 yards. Fourth heat— L. Clinton. 14 yards; W. B. Uerschel, 17 yards; George BarteU, 15 yards; B. B. Thomas, 14 yards. Fiflli beat— X. X. Dobbins, 4 yards; E. Slers, C yards; J. W. Geogau, 16 yards; A. le Grande, 12yaids. Sixth beat— T. Sullivan. 18 yards; F. McGoveru, 21 yards; D. E. Fletcher, 11 yards; 11. Jobuslou. 10 yards. Seventh heat— J. P. Uauehn, 8 y...
A Decree for the Libelant. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
A Decree for the Libelant. Judge Hoffman of tlib United States District Court rendered yesterday a decree for the libelant in the case uf the sloop Solferino vs. the steamer J. D. Peters. These ciaft collided in the bay on the night of November 17, lb«9, nnd the sloop was injured to a considerable extent. Her owner Me zales, libeled the J. D. Peters and showed conclusively that tlie steamer was at fault. Tne damages due the sloop will be assessed by a referee, who will be appointed, by the Court.
THE ROD AND THE REEL. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
THE ROD AND THE REEL. The First Sunday of the TrontFishing Season. An Exodus of City Anglers— Lures That Will Tempt the Denizens of the Streams. Popular Trout Flies. Into tin! waters which contains the game little fnhes. Fly fishIng Is out ot the question now and will remain so until the glens become settled and the llhli arm-tome i to their summer residences. At this season of the year the baits generally used are salmon roe, shrimp and worms. The latier should be gathered three or four days before used, and to Insure good sport the wrig- glers must be scoured by placing them In a small bag filled with moss which Is molsteued with a little milk. If salmon roe Is used two or tbree beads are quite sufficient to place on the hook, unless very large trout Is sought, wuen a piece about the size of a walnut is necessary. Theshilmpls sometimes a very killing lure, and Is generally best of all when the sky Is clouded mid a biecze is on the water. The spoon ball; when u*ed i-ronerly, gives ...
HAPPENINGS ACROSS THE BAY. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
HAPPENINGS ACROSS THE BAY. A Seventeen- Year-Old Bride Returns to Her Mother. A Man Falls Fram a Wagon and Is Killed. Physical Training in the Schools. Easter Music— Alsmeda. A lafly called at the 'District Attorney's office at the Alameda County Courthouse, yesterday afternoon, and asked for the assistance of that official to get possession of her daughter, who, she said, had beeu taken out beyond ihe beads and married by a man she did not give the name of. Her daughter was only 17, and consequently could not get a license without her consent. She stated that the man had cut the girl's hair off and exhibited It. It had been cut od by him at San Jose and left there. The District Attorney told her he could do nothing, but advised her to go to the City Uall aud get the assistance of the police. The woman was Mrs. S. E. Bell. She had located her daughter, but was afraid to go to tbe room for fear of the husband. An officer was sent with her, and after a little time the girl was found l...
LAIiUK AND LABOUKES. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
LAIiUK AND LABOUKES. The Situation Cnchnueed Regarding the Htrike of the Molders. Everything around and about the headquarters of the Molders' I'liiou was quiet last night, aud President Valeutlue said there was absolutely nothing new. A large uumber of the members were preseut quietly discussing aOairs, but there was no excitement of any kind. Duiliig the afternoou Secretary Collins stated that there were fewer men out of employment than duriug the first week ot the strike, owing to the fact Hut a number had lelt the city auu gone to woik elsewhere. The union has thus far bad no difficulty wilh regard to financial mutters. Xhe local union at Puget Sound has sent (200, the Los Angeles Union J2oo, the Stockton Union $50, the Xanueis', curriers' and Finishers' Uuloii $100, ihe Longshore Lumbermen's Protective Association S-uo besides SCO to the core-makers, the journeymen bakers $100 and JSO to the core-makers, aud other societies have swelled the amount to neairy $^000. Besides this ...
*"lUE MAT lEKS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
*"lUE MAT l EKS. More Hydrants Needed In tbe City— A l'rumiged Exhibition. At the meeting of the Board of Fire Commissioners yesterday, Teeretary Maxwell read a communication from tlie liuard uf Education, calling attention to Hie lack of hydrants uear the scuoul-housus lv the city. A list of the school-houses where the hydrants are more than 500 feet from the building was Inclosed, and also a map showing the sue of the mains. The Commissioners were asked to take steps to render the school-houses more safe. Commissioner Scliuntt spoke at length upon the matter, contending mat for years the Commissioners had baen trying to obtain more hydrants. There are other buildings besides school-houses which are in dautrer. Among them are; several lar«;o loduint! and boardiug houses. Chief Seanuell represented that tliere is no money in the treasury to purchase n«w hydrants. He thought tho department should be allowed $i&lt;J.OiH) a y eiir as a i,y_ Urant ftinil and in every block there...
Formally Turned Over. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
Formally Turned Over. Though the transfer of the United States Sorveyor-GeneraTl office was actually made on Thursdny last, aud the new appolutee took charge of affairs, the formal turning over of the documents and prout- rty did not take place until yesterday afternoon. The delay wag caused by the length of time consumed in taking an inventory, and not because Mr. Pr.iit's coiuniissiou had not arrived, as has been stated. The SurveyorGeneral says he will, for the present, make no changes other than in the chief clerkship.
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
JACOBS ©H , :.: CURES PERMANENTLY BURNS AND SCALDS. ' Two Cure*- Bottle. "-: Middle Amana, la., Aug. 15, 1888. I burned my leg with scalding water and bad •Drained ankle at time time; promptly Cured both with one bottle of St. Jacobs Oil JOHN HEINEMANN. One Application Cured. . . ■ Pilot Grove, Mo., Aug. 16, 1888." I Darned my arm severely In 1888, which wu cured promptly by one application of St. Jacobs OU. MM. NANCY ikMSTEONQ, At Dscaaun and Ciaubb. IMB CHARLES A. VOGELER CO.. Btldmart. lit OC4 9ma eod&amp;Su
Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
To the Readers of the CALL. BEWARE OF FRAUD. Some unscrupulous persons are selling an imitation i of the celebrated Carlsbad Sprudel Salt. The follow- j ing circular has therefore been issued by the city of Carlsbad: The genuine Carlsbad Salt is largely imitated by j unscrupulous parties in the United States To protect j the public and the medical profession from such im- j ! position, we hereby caution every one to be sure to ! obtain the genuine article, which is put up in round bottles only, and has the signature of Eisner. &amp; Mendelson Co., New York, Sole Agents for the United States, on every bottle and on the outside cartoon. The genuine article is sold Only in round bottles. Each bottle comes in a paper cartoon. All others are worthless imitations. " \ /SpSsl^h^ Attestea : l?raf^?l i^C c/^^^fVp|pllBS' Mayor of the Cily of CailsbaiL Lcebel Sehottlaender, s ~i-3&lt;^ sole Lessee of The Springs at Carlsbad.. EISNER &amp; MENDELSON CO., Sole Agents for ...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
MISCELLANEOUS. Copyrlght^igas.^ ■ JEWELS AND LACES. ■ Oh, girl with the Jewelled fingers, Oh, girl with the laces rare 1 " , . What are your Jewels and what are your laces worth to you If, from undergoing the trying ordeals which fathionable society imposes on ito devotees, enough to test the physical strength and endurance of the most roDust, you break down. lose your health and Decome a. physical wreck, as thousands do from such causes? Under such circumstances you would willingly give all your jewels and all your laces to regain lost health. This you can do if you will tut resort to the use of that great restorative known as Dr. Pierces Favorite Prescription. Thousands of grateful women bless the day It was made known to them. For all derangements, irregularities and weaknesses peculiar to women, it is the only remedy. Bold by druggists, under a positive guarantee from the manufacturers, that it will give satisfaction in every case, or money will be refunded.. This guarantee has ...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
DRT GOODS. LACE DEPARTMENT! Elegant Novelties Just Received ! Mif^non Veilings, La Tosca Veilings, Sylvia Veilings. ■ ■ NECK RUCHINGS In Great Variety and Choice Styles. POINT DE GENE COLLARS AND SETS, NEW STYLES. REAL LACE HANDKERCHIEFS, Ouchesse anj Valenciennes. KTE3"V€7" LACES Z POINT CLEOPATRA, POINT DE GENE, POINT RUSSE, POINT MOUSQUETAIRE, EIFFEL, Etc, Etc. ALL. THE ABOVE IN VANDYKE EFFECTS. ALL-SILK DRAPING NETS and FISH NETS in great variety. RUSSIA NET, Plain, Dotted, Striped and Vandyke Effects, at 85e, 90c, $1 per yard and upward. LA TOSCA NETS, Plain, Fancy. Striped and Dotted; also, 46-INCH FRENCH NETS at $1, $1 25, $1 50 per yard and upward. A choice lot of EMBROIDERED DIRECTOIKE SETS, COLLARS AND CUFFS, worth $1 and $1 25, reduced to 60c per set. Samples sent upon application. Country orders receive prompt attention. * Packages delivered free, in Oakland, Alaiueda anil ISorknlnr. •M. 113, 115, 117, 119, 121 POST STREET. ]a2Qt&gt;uSp HoWe3p tr LIST'OFREDUCTI...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
gpHlM^ TRADEMARK, GREAT SPECIAL SALE ....0F.... Ladies' and Children's Hosiery. LADIES' FAST BLACK HOSE at 350 a pair; goad Talueat 40c. -. ■-. - LADIES' FAST BLACK HOSE at 3 pairs for SI; good Talus at 50c a pair. LADIES' SOLID COLOR HOSE, In Grays and Taa •hades, at 3 pairs for 81; regular price, 50e a pair. LADIES' FANCY STRIPED AND HALF AND HALF HUSK at 3 pairs for 81; regular pries, 60c a pair, LADIES' FAST BLACK LISLE-THREAD HOSE at 50c a pair; regular price, 75c a pair. LADIES' FAST BLACK SPUN-SILK HOBS at 750 a pair regular price $1 25 a pair. CHILDREN'S FAST BLACK HOSE, In wide rib, size 6 and 6 '/a at !sc; size 7 and 7M. at 30c; kizs 8 and B.; at 3 pairs for Si; regular price. Sue a pair. n~ Country orders, whether small or large, receive prompt attention. 49* Our new Illustrated Catalogue mailed free to any part of the Mate on application. NEWMAN &amp;LEVINSON 129 and 131 Kearny Street. jas tr su . I XL, 924 to 928_Iarket Street The Seal of Popularity and Attracti...
FROM ALGERIA TO SICILY. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
FROM ALGERIA TO SICILY. A Parting Peep at the Arab Quarter of Algiers. Ih; Moorish Bafcsars and Their Strange Occupants—lhe Kemarknblo Fertility of the Colony. Siccial to Tin: Sunday Call. f/ATAN'IA, Sicily, March 5, ls'.Xl.-One v does not require a week's time in Al- '» germ, or to go with his eyes open mere than 200 miles from the city of Algiers in any direction in the interior, to discover, aside from the human interest which is absorbing on every Ik.hl, and the scenic bemties and splendors which are unexpected and surprising, that here the French have found a new empire whose possibilities as a gaidfii sput for enjoyment and material development Eurpass all ordinary calculation. The native interior population and their strange manners and customs have been well and fully described. The beauty ol rjaphy, the imptessiveness ol military and civil loads, the winsomeness of shaded lanes and ways, the wondrous beauty and luxuriousness of the flora, the enchantment of vallej scenes, t...
ATTACKED BY A LEAK. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
ATTACKED BY A LEAK. A Thrilling Experience in the I. If" or Count Tolstoi. &gt;T?T/iX incident is related about the cele*M\fi brated writer. Count Tolstoi, which ■?i"vL* nearly cost him his life. He went on a bear hunt with some of his friends, and, after selecting a spot which commanded a good view of the surrounding grounds, some of the more experienced hunters suggested that the snow had better be trampled down so that it would be easier for them to move about and get out of bruin's way and have time enough to take a shot at him if he should come upon them unexpectedly. ■ The Count, however, although up to his waist in the snow, objected to this and said th.it it was entirely unnecessary, since tlio whole thine consisted v! shooting the bear and not wrestling with him. They did not have to wait long, for the bear, which had just risen from its lair, was walking along to get out of the way of the hunters when it suddenly stepped out into the open apace directly in front of...