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RETURNED TO CHLNA. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890

RETURNED TO CHLNA. Several Kemnnded Cooliea Depart by the City of i-«kln B . The steamer Cli y of Peking nailed yesterday for China, and a large number of coolies, Including two women who were on board, were takes OH on writs of habeas corpus. Seven remanded men and one woman were ulaced on board by their bondsmen, to be taken lo HonK-koog. Collector J'helps was very much surprised at the small number of departures, because at lean fifty were notified 10 be on band and return to China. Among those who returned Ml Uee Quoug Sue, - i lie "merchant' 1 whose case was made a teat bffoie Circuit Judge Sawyer, after lie trtui been remanded by .Incite Hoffman, (MS claimed that wlitle lie bad been m China turelglit yuan he still retained |>arluei nhtp In a more In till* city, mid that ills principal place ol business was In h.iii Francisco. - Xbe Federal Judges held that where a Chinese returned to China mid remained away several years lie Is uot entitl'd to a tanning, though ins ...

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THE FLIRTING WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890

THE FLIRTING WOMAN. Ward McAllister Lays Down the Law lor t lie Married. Attentions a Young Wife May Receive Frcm Men— When Society Ehows Its Disapproval. nr> question is, - tv iini attention may a married woman legitimately »'■- ceut nt tin- hands of lier v ana man acquaiuftncos?" Tills was the question I a-ke<l Ward McAllister the other day, and it was prompted by the stories that have seemed circulation in the clubs of late connecting the Dames of youiii; married women in a very unpleasant way with the names of men who were supposed not only to be friends of the family to which the women in question bt-lotiu. but tried friends of the women's husbands. The stories concern people who are of considerable consequence In tin" social world of New York and are therefore peculiarly Interesting. When people move in the higher circles a pugilistic solution cannot be employed and the IViiee Court is of no service whatever. The complications, therefore, which arise from...

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WAITED FOlt THE MESSENGER. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890

WAITED FOlt THE MESSENGER. ■ "Take a scat, I have rvng in for a messenger 6oi/." "JMd you riwj for a h<<yV —Life. _ I I

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EFFECTS OF COFFEE. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890

EFFECTS OF COFFEE. Kpsal!* of mi Interesting B«rtc> of £xl»orim<*iits Mt Itin tie Janeiro* PTViOK the thorough investigation of the f*.<>U the thorough upon various sub■J effect of coffee upon various sub4iv^ stances many experiments have been performed in Rio de Janeiro, dots being the subjects experimented upon. Several canines were- confined in a spacious inclosuro, so that they would not perish from lack of exercise, some of them being fed on meat, while others were given mixed food, and the weight of the food eaten by each dog' daily was noted. After petting the imimals accustomed to such living thPy were given daily a certain amount of coffee, which was always prepared in the same way. It Was noticed after a few days that there was a perceptible quickening in the circulation of the blood and of respiration, a rise in tlie temperature of the body and a larger quantity of food was consumed when thry were given coffee than when they wer...

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College of Mill m try. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890

College of Mill m try. The President and Board of Trustees of the . California College of Pharmacy, Department of Pharmacy, University of California, announce that the opening of the eighteenth annual lecture session will take place ; to-morrow . evening : at 113 'Fulton street. Hon. Horace Davis, President of the University of California, will address the studeuts on "Systematic Study," after which A. H. BrecUenfeld of the San Francisco Microscopical Society will give a practical talk on " Tub Microscope mid Its ,use in Science." Through the kindness of members of the Sau Francisco Microscopical Society, a large number of instruments will be used for demonstration.

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II« Mutt Kxpinln. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890

II« Mutt Kxpinln. - Defectives Burke ami O'Shea arrested N. .W. '■ Emory, a . junk-dealer, late . Thursday ni^hton a charge of burglary. They claim that he sold a valuable set of harness to J. Myers, a Mission-street second-hand dealer, fur :$3 50. -The - harness had been i stolen from the stable of J. F. Logan, 922 Mission street. -He says : that ' a boy : sola him the property. ■

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DISSENSION IN THE FLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890

DISSENSION IN THE FLOCK. Rev. Sim Pitts, Overfed and Hnughty, Comes to Grief. How Old Sandy Came to Be Installed as Pastor of tha P.ns Knob Church. 'T'VKoriSI.E arose in the church. For 1 years the Pine Knob congregation, C^L^S colored, had been in a most happy condition. The revival-, had been well attended, and the sisters had shouted with fervent lustiness; but ambition crept iv and theu trouble arose like a poisonous vapor. It was old Sandy Uottomly's fault. lie had grown jealous of tbe great and deserved popularity of the Key. Sim I'itts, and wickedly rebelled against him. The truth is, old Sandy wanted to give up his trade of making horse-collars and devote himself to the ininistty ; and, not contented with the prospect of breaking away alone, he strove to create dissension and thereby lead a number of the mom tiers away with him. There bad been low mattering! in threat of an outbreak, when, one day, the Key. Sim I'itts met old Sandy in the road. "Good morniu', brur Sandy, goo...

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FERHS AxND liITIEKCUPS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890

FERHS AxND liITIEKCUPS. V. l!i.« lilosaoma From Field*, Fentliery T.pnvea From Vnlleys. {i WONDER how many realize that al'2 most a small fortune has been mado _* this season by the sale of wild flowers." That wan the remark of a lady connected with the Women's Exchange, that worthy charity established for the purpose of enabling needy gentlewomen to earn a livelihood. The one she addressed was a writer for The Call. Upon seeing the surprise which manifested itself in his face she continued. "There has b een a great demand for the wild buttercups and ferns this season. Every spring a gnat many wild flowers are sold at the exchange, but daring the past few months ihe demand lias been greater than ever, and you must understand that it represented just so much clear gain, for nature kindly plsinia the seed and does the gardening, so that all the outlay the one who supplies the market is called upon to make is actually wry slight. It is only the time taken in picking them, in sending th...

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The Lot Auseleit Section. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890

The Lot Auseleit Section. Justices of the Supreme Court Beatty and Fox left for Los Angeles yesterday, and will be followed tn-Uny by Justices Sharustein, Patterson aud McFarlr.ne. The Supreme Court will convene in L-os AuKeles to-niorrow. Clerk Spencer aud Deputy Maddux are already there. The Kelso Courier ask*: "What lias Kalama? The townsite is one-half a perpendicular goat-pasture, while thu utiiex Lull is v green-eyed goose-pond."

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CIJXGIXG LEECHES. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890

CIJXGIXG LEECHES. Uloorl-Snckert That lilts Each Other. Slimy Vnmplrrg— Two I.m Kuril. jiss^E.s, those are leeches, said a druggist vy^g in reply to tho question of a Call •sam, 1 reporter. " You look as if you didn't liko their appearance. Well, they are not attractive, certainly, aud yet they are of great service to tho science of medicine." "Where do they come from?" asked the reporter, conquering his repugnance sufficiently to look into the glass jar whicii was half-filled witli water, the loechea hanging on to the sides with a glutinous determination to stick there. "Oh, principally from Norway. Thcp are found hanging to the great cliffs along their friths and forths. They are shipped here iv great numbers, being packed iv niud or allowed to cling to charcoal, whicii is kept moist for their convenience. Wt; buy them from the wholesale druggists and pnlthem in glass jars, But they are not profitable investments even if they do bring the price of twenty-five cents apiece." " Why,...

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HELD SACKED BY LAW. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890

HELD SACKED BY LAW. A Sp»n!ftli Woman's .M nut 1 11 * Cnnnot l!« "•••i/.'d for Debt— French KuflTa. A Spanish woman's mantilla is held sacred by law, and cannot be seized for dobt. There are three kinds of niantillis which, de rigueur, form the toilette of tlin Spanish lady. The first is composed of white blonde, used only ou Stato occasions, birthdays, bull tights and Easter Monday. The second is black blonde, trimmed with deep lace, and the third for ordinary wear is made of black silk, trimmed with velvet. By the sumptuary laws of Mogha Nuadbftd. one if the kings of Ireland, killed at the battle of Mayleau, A. D. 192, we learn that the value of a queen's raiment, should she bring a suitable dowry, ou«ht to amount to the cost of six cows; but of what the said raiment consisted history is dark. However, according to the same record, the price of a mantle was a young bullock' or a steer. In 1570 tli« ruffa of the French, It Is said, had such an outrageous size, In depth, that the we...

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890

~_ "MISCELLANEOUS...RAFAEL! San Rafael, Cal. THE FAVORITE SUMMER RESORT OF CALIFORNIA. Fifty Minutes' Ride From San Francisco. 4 AHJLEGANT FAMILY HOTEL Service, Table and Appointments Not Excelled by Any Hotel in the World. CLIMATE PERFECT. NO FOGS. THIS! DKLIGnTFUL HOTEL HAS UEKN ' doubled In capacity, ami m«ny ItnproTeinenU nave beeu added fur the comfort and amusement of Ruests. An Otis Passfnokb Eikvator ins t.atkly Keen Tut ix; over 40 elegantly appointed public bath-rooms and 00 private uath-roums hare bean aildeO. A large, well-ventilated (table, with 40 roomy stalls, it:is just been built, aud will be conducted by the hotel management. RATES— S3 per (lay and upward; ?17 50 per ween and upward, according to room. Special rates by the mouth. W. E. ZANDER, Manager. ? inrie SuTuTh li|> Bermuda Bottled. "You must so to lieruiuda. If ! you do not 1 nil! not l»c rc*i>onsl- ( lile tor the consequences." " But. ) doctor, I can att'tird ucithcr the time nor the m...

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890

DRY GOODS. KENNEDYS lIT WILL I THIS || TO i paY YOU II ADVERTISEMENT ! Ibm°] IF YOU W.ANT ANYTHING IN THE WAY OF Cloaks, Parasols, Hosiery ana Wash Fabrics. A SENSATION IN PARASOLS. LADIES' GARMENTS! Xo such wonderful rallies ever before ALL-WOOL, fixe CLOTII XEWMAltpresenteil for the money. Call early KETS, with Leg o' Jlutton sleeves, Monday and sec what we offer. YOU Plush yoKe and belts, worth Sl5, WILL NOT BE DISAPPOINTED. At * 8 &0 Each. FAST BLACK AND COLORED SA- ALL-WOOL EXTRA FIXE CLOTH NEWTEEN PARASOLS, worth I'm, MARKETS, with Leg 0' Mutton At Only 40c. sleeves, plush trimmings, woith $15, FAST T.LACK SERGE PARASOLS, with At ® 10 00 Each. fancy handles, worth 86c, - ALL-WOOL CLOTH NEWMARKETS, in At Only 40c. handsome stripes, with yoke, culls and PONGEE SATEEN LINED PARASOLS, belts of plush, worth $20; worth gl 50, At Only $12 50 Each. f ? fffi?^fegffial tADiiES' JACKETS. PO SSSWffISSoffSS U i 1 6 < S LADIES ' JACKETS - At Only $150. v FIXE ALL-WOOL...

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890

MISCELLANEOUS. SPOT CASH Price List. Ladles' Fine Dongola Kid Button Boots, heel - or spring heel $2 50 Ladles' Fine French Kid liutton Boots 3 00 ; . Ladles' lixtra Fine French Kid Button Boots, Satin finish . 3 60 The same quality sold all over for f 5. Ladles' Fine French Kid Button Boots, patent- ." leather tip ; 3 50 Ladies' Extra Fine French Kid liutton Boots, * stitched edges, Waukeaphast 80tt0m...../.. 4 00 Ladles' Extra Fine French Kid Button Boots, London toe, French Kid tip, WanSenphast bottom, stitched edge! 4 60 Ladles' Extra Fine French Kid Button Boot, Diamond patent-leather tID 4 00 ';\ Ladies' Extra Fine French Kid Button Boot, spring heels 4 00 Ladles' Extra Fine French Kid Button Boot, foxed all around, square toe, patent-leather . tips, the latest stylo out 6 00 ;i-<- : Gents'and Boys' Shots Reduced in Proportion ■ -' We have the largest variety of Ladies' Low Shoes and Slippers to select from. Just received— A car-load of all kinds of Colored Shoes. f...

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THE AGE OF CLUBS! [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890

THE AGE OF CLUBS ! A Romance of Russia and Siberia, by Prince Josef Lubomirski, author of " Saiar-Hadji, a Story of Turkistan," Etc. COPYRIGHT isn, BY META T>R VEBX. -Thp drizzling rain that had continued several hours increased the darkness which in late autumn evenings covers St Petersburg as with a pall. The gas-lamps had , not vet been lighted in the streets and on the square adjoining the Blue Bridge the semi-circle of lamps was still dark: only here and there a faint ray of light came through the snow-windows of the large •stores on the wharf, which were always lighted early. The lons passages in the Ministry of the Interior were deserted. Here and there a lamp suspended from tho smoke-blackened and vaulted ceiling gave a little light and much bad smell. On a dirty bench, carved by awkward, Idle hands, a humble ollicial . snored aloud. It might be S o'clock. The offices on either side of the passages, resembling ceils, were almost all closed. Only now and then a ray...

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Tho S.|ii.nl. Hnrt to Stop. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890

Tho S.|ii.nl. Hnrt to Stop. There was a new waiter in a restaurant in Tenth avenue tho other afternoon, and his shoes squeaked so that whonever lie walked around »m set the teeth of all the patrons on edge with the noise. " Where did you get that new man, Jakey, "growled the proprietor to his head waiter. "Came from a Houston-street tabblo doat." " When he eoes out for an order," continued the proprietor, with much annoyance, "it sounds like we wos shinglin' a tin roof. Hasn't he got no slippers?" "Kcckon not. He tried on the cook's carpets and they wos tin ee sizes too small." "■Jakey," said the proprietor, as a bright thought struck him, "the feller that just had eggs and cabbage has gone out and left his guuis under the table. Put 'em on the new man and tell him he's got ter kill that squeak if he wears them goloshes all summer."— X. Y. Tribune. Sam Bailey of Nashville, Mich., came across three rats in the road some time ago and all of them had hold of a straw traveling along. On...

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GEMS IN VERSE. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890

GEMS IN VERSE. ; Written for Tin: Scxdat Call. KASTEIt DAT" "The meaning of life lies hidden In the heart of Easter day." *> ji m »HITE wreaths on the white-clad altar, ga I I White garlands In able and nave, Jl f Types of the sinless victim Whose death o'erthrew tho grave; Shed forth your richest perfumes, Oh, lilies and blossoming sprays, Call us from earth to heaven. On this fairest of Easter days. ■Whisper the thoughts that stirred them. The flowers of long ago. When in the rocky sepulcher The Lord of life laid low. Under the moonlit heavens Did each flower stand apart, With a drop like a bright tear hidden In the depths of its fragrant heart r Whisper the thoughts that stirred them. , Tho flowers or long ago. When in the East the gorgeous red Of dawn's glad .skies did glow; When from the tomb Hod's angel Rolled the great stone away, And on the earth In story fair Beamed the first Easter day. Say, did those garden blossoms Each lovely head bow down, When Christ our Lo...

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

KASTKIt. OCR Chri:.<: has risen!" List to the singing That pours on the trembling air! From Easter bells ringing, Joyously Hinging Their harmony everywhere! Look up, ob, thou pale sad face: Look up from thy sin-cursed doom! A glory now fills the place Transforming the darkest tomb! " Our Chris* hat risen '" Raster bells pealing All chime in their floating song. Our freedom revealing— over us stealing. Are bearing our hearts along! Arise on this Easter morn: Exult in thy Tetters' loss! Arise! for new hope is horn • From out the X j.,lcr cross 1 Oakland, Oil. Mary Lambert.

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6 FOOLISH BUST, BE STILL.. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890

6 FOOLISH BUST, BE STILL.. •-«■—=» OOI.ISII heart, be still! fr,..1 Hash thy lie don ting fear, ... ■■ i.TI to, the sunshine breads forth clear, • • And the world once more Is Might 'v-:u!i tho aureola ot light; All the gloomy clou'U have Had. Bay his dawned, the nijnt is dead. Foolish heart, bo still! "Foolish heart, ba still! Sorrow's do Is must fade away, Darksome night give place to day; For us, too, tho light shall break, Hope and peace once more awake. "Where: doubt and wherefore fear? J.o, the dawn of morn Is near. Foolish heart, be still ! „. Foolish heart, bD still! 0^ *=- Learn thou patiently to wait Close beside the eastern gate, Tin peace throws the portal wide, And forever rends away The dark veil that hides thy day. Foolish heart, be still 1 Foolish heart, ba still ! Look without, the oinem see; All portend but good to tbee. List the birds' song In the trees; Walt, anon thou wilt sing like these. Night must d c and day be born. He thou ready fur the morn. Foolish heart...

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