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THE LOVELIKST I'KTI'RE, [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
THE LOVELIKST I'KTI'RE, bin M. X&gt; an artist's stndlo, I looked Upon many pictures, Brand and bold. On purple mountains crowned with clouds. And tropical sunsets of crimson and gold. I stood almost entranced before A fairy-like New England scene. A brown road leading far away Through the heart of a forest robed In summer green. I could reel the cool moist air of the woods And hear a wild bird's cry. 1 saw starry blossoiu.4 and nodding ferns. And could hear a brook murmuring by. I turned from the painted canvas and lot A living picture was there. A little maiden, only just seven. With a winsome face most fair. From under her wide felt hat she gave Coqu ettuh glances from sparkling eyes. Her checks were tinted like pint sea shells, ll er eyes were as blue as summer skies. Through a western window a sunbeam stolß And with fond i limn hi rested on her hair. Though each canvas the impress of genius bore. She seemed the loveliest picture there. Denver, Colo. CiiiA' Hibbabd.
♦ JIEJIOIIV-PIcrCHES. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
♦ JIEJIOIIV-PIcrCHES. 1 4^, i HERE'S a secret chamber In my heart, £f(~'\ Ami memory holds the key. iy This room Is filled with pictures fair That are beautiful to me. fall of dear loving faces Not seen for many a year, And while I gaze, how often starts The unf 01 bidden tear. - • There's one among the lovely gronp Of a gentle blue-eyed boy, Who came to us one summer day Whi'ii life «J. lull of joy. I cannot tell you bow we loved This little treasure fair. Am! how our hearts In irratitude Would raise to heaven la prayer. Hut oh, I never can forget The cold and dreary day We laid the little form to rest iscneatu the heavy clay. And all I have that's left DM now Of my aui!Cl baby fair Is tb« meniory-plctnre In my heart And a little lock ot hair. And another picture 1 behold Kncaaod In love's memory there &gt; Of one, ho In my youthful days Knelt by my side in prayer, And gave me words of counsel wise In accents soft and low. An. how the heart will often turn To " mother "—and...
For Every Girl to lCHmomber. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
For Every Girl to lCHmomber. I have seen mothers who have sacrificed youth, appearance, health and comfort in the effort to save money to educate and dress their daughters browbeaten, crushed and virtually ignored by their daughters in return for it all. The American girl is taught that she is a young Princess from the cradle to the altar. It is a great misfortune when she forgets that the mother of a Princess must be a Queen, or Queen liegent, and should be so treated.— Klla Wheeler Wilcox in Ladie3' Home Journal. Tho Sonoma County Teachers' Association sent a gift of ?«) to the Roys' and Girls' Aid Society of Sau Francisco.
Page 10 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
r^_^ ■' MISCELLANEOUS. ~ Scratched 28 Years '- Srrntcliixl twenty-eifirht years. Body covered vritU scaly psoriasis." Constant she .Id ins of scales. Suffering: endless and without relief. Scratched all the time. Physicians and the usual remedies useless. 8300 thrown away. Cured by the CUTICUIJA 11KME--1)1 US at a cost of *&gt;.". Skin now as riff find free from scales as a baby's. Cured Jan. 20, 1887. Cure permanent to date, Feb. 5, 1890. Cured by Cuticura If. I had known of the Cuticcba Remedies | leprosy, some ringworm, psoriasis, etc. I t00k.... twenty-eight years ago it would have saved me »nd Sarsaparllla over one year and a half, but $200.00 (two hundred dollars) and an immense- no cure. 1 went to two or three doctors, and no ' amount or tnfrerln*. My disease (psoriasis; com- cure.' I cannot praise the Cuticop.a Remedies -^e^^^^^ menced on my too much. They have made my skin as clear and - /&amp;&amp;F'**^i*^^^ head In a spot free from scales as a baby...
Page 10 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
CERVAISE Face Bleach; OR MOTH AND FRECKLE LOTION, v --~-^ Renders the com«.*'^«l«v^ few weeks. t Hark. J^Zr^jgrSse^^f&amp;S sallow " tamicJ /ft ! complexions r,- -■ Jau/aSBSaK^SifSiG * stored, most coin-/B-iillt»MlKlff96f') pletely, while all k™il&amp;s&amp;* a s£igf^*\ feC'lf. blackheaOa llKffj^-* &lt;1 pimples are reSfWViJJi} J \i«!» &lt;fo\ moved. A perfectly ,sr&gt;vi(J "*Sr~ V I clear complexion - \^fy * \\ may he secured by \ v* j^»J / the use °' from onts - / to three bottles. f, one ofleu suffices. /o',-C^ f\ wS/ It removes the outer v/7//j^^\ I &gt;cutlcle completely %#§2s7~ KFL^^-*r=3^^-^^* n&lt; * cr * tt t es an eo-»-2ggZ»£j4Jj|is^ fc- *J^ 1 \77 &lt;^tirely new and I^^^^^^^^^qCta_~3"^.ind r mn" irl/M^^^^\W\\^ii^~f*^ treament KW/7^^l W \W.C?-,lTite, ♦ISO. %iSS^rJI p V \ \C,~ Jasmine * Ct"^2^) ' r*F^-\ W * Kosmeo, or . / tjZlf* \ \ [ \ \\ Cucumber 'fs?y &lt; V 1 \\\ » Dd El'ler * l\l'^ Flower ...
WITH THE PLAYERS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
WITH THE PLAYERS. "The Bcstonians" Tako &lt;!ie Place of the Londoners. "Liter On"— Hat Godwin's "Gold Mine." KcCabo's Crmpiinientar.y— Concerts to Come— " Ecaedale"— Etc. E.ister week opens brightly for the lovers of music Tl»' favorite "Boßtonians" take the Uiikhviu from the Kendals, and we be pc will hold the stage for some weeks. They begin their engapement with the successes of last eir engage■:it with the - of last season, iticluding "Fatinitza," the beauties of which they are more nappy in show- ;: g t tiip best advantage tban any similar organization now before the public. The . i arti.-ts— Messrs. Karl. Barnabee .and Macdonald— have carried out the original ideas of the company, and now also I tl.eir work after the plan of some of eaters abroad (notably the Teatre Comique in Paris), where operas like •n" arc produced on alternate nights with those of a tighter character, the artists - selected with a view to their ability jsiully to impersonate the ridos of both sch...
PACIFIC COAST WRITERS [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
PACIFIC COAST WRITERS NUMBER TWO. Gertrude Franklin Atherton. Frances -Laughton Mace. MiNE night at the first performance in s I San Francisco of "Semiramide," .3 with Patti and Scalchi as the prima donnas, one of those nover-to-be-forgollen occasions when people paid fabulous sums for seats, standing in line all the night before the sale, and wjien the performance created the wildest and most extravagant enthusiasm, a beautiful woman, accompanied by a French maid, glided Into seats adjoining my own. Masses of pale golden hair were twisted in loose coils about her shapely head an. l no bang disfigured her fine forehead, Her eyes wore large an i luminous, and her Creamy arms and shoulders, set off by hexlow-bodiced black velvet gown, were regal. She did pot wear any jewels nor did she carry any flowers. She held my attention that night more closely than did I'atti, and, although I afterward made mauy iv- quiries as to her identity, I could not get any satisfactory information. Some t...
THE CALL'S QUERY COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
THE CALL'S QUERY COLUMN. Story of &lt;he Wreck of &lt;he Side- Wheeler Sierra Nevada. Pre-Emp'.icn C'.aims-Gyrsnm in California. Velocity cf Light -Silver Doilars-Yerba Buena Is!and-The Mary Powell. The Call's Query Column 1.1 conducted with Ml" hit'" aiu all sceki'is after knowledge of geueiai Interest. Catch questions will not receive any attention. Iso opinion will be given In tins column rezardtna the reliability or character of any parson or firms in this ciiy or elsewhere. Question*, answers to winch are in the nature of an advertisement, will not bo answered. . hverv inquiry must liave the true ami full name 01 tlie bender, »■&lt; well as me correct residence,' Any Imitilrv that baa nut the cor-r&gt;-.:l mm., noil ;iui!r. of the sender will b« li .hi... 1 ;,, if it „: , not si C i, ,i and tUo writer need nut expect an i.iiiu . r. f^yiEintA Xevada Wreck- O. A., San §^ir :i:i:a Nevada Wrkck— O. paddle- ;&lt; Luis Obispo, Cal. The paddlew*...
RAILROAD NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
RAILROAD NOTES. The Freight Coiumiltee Adjourns. Trunk Lines Agree. The Freight Committee of the Transcontinental Association concluded its labors yesterday afternoon. It has Deeu In sesslou since Monday, holding two meetings each day, Hie afternoon session usually extending far Into the eveuln?. Some good work has been accomplished for the fruit Industry of California by making reductions lv rates, which means a savins of about (300,000 annually. Great reductions liave also been made of freight rates on other staples, but these cannot be published until the Eastern roads over which these two shipments pass, have through ibeir respective lepreseuutlres, slguiiietl their intention of accepting the rates as tixed by tlie committee. At yesterday's meeting the application for reduced rates on wool ana oauued uoods was declined. In the war between tlie I'eDiisylvanl 1 and Vaiiu&gt;iuiit railway systems and the Kile road the latter &gt;eeini 10 bave been victorious. The wa...
Applications for Letl<>ig. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
Applications for Letl&lt;&gt;ig. Anna Martin has applied for letters on the estate of Philip Martin, valued at 5700; Georgeuia W. Thompson on the estite of Nelson E. Thompson, valued at S_iK\ and Public Administrator Fennle on the estate of Cornelius Kiley, who died at St Mary's Hospital on the . 'id, leaving au estate valued at jUS-m. The latter left no known heirs.
Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
CHILDREN Are always liable to sudden and severe Colds, to croup, sore throat, lung fever, etc. Remedies, to be effective, must be administered without delay. Nothing is better adapted for such emergencies than Ayer'a Cherry Pectoral. It soothes the inflamed : membrane, promotes expectoration, .relieves coughing, and induces sleep. The prompt uso of tin. medicine has saved innumerable lives, both of young and old. " One of my children had croup. The case was attended by our physician, and was supposed to be well under control. One night I v.as startled by the child's bard breathing, - and on going to it found it "" Strangling. It had nearly ceased to breathe. Realizing that the child's alarming condition had become possible in spite of the medicine it had taken, I reasoned that such remedies would be of no avail. Having a part of a bottle of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral in the house. I gave the child three doses, at short intervals, and . anxiously waited results. From the moment the Pecto...
Page 11 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
~~ ;„__„ _..^, rrv DR. GOODS. We Tiill present to our patrons for Easter week some of the newest and choicest goods over exhibited in San Francisco, and following the rule laid down to Met a special attraction for one department each Monday we shall place on onrcimntcrs a line of Xerrimaek Challies or the very Litest designs produced this season and all in nice dark colorings at sc. a yard. In order to allow our friends living at a distance to avail thcmselres or this great bargain they will not be placed on sale until 0:30 A. M. Secure or these goods. SPECIAL SALE— At 9:30 A. M. Monday. CURTAINS AND TABLE COVERS. M£ ? l i l ? Sl t &lt; 1!. •,].!. Sea yard. These are We are prepared to show a line of NOTTINGHAM Dearly all .lar» hai!,-s -ud the designs are the LACE CUUTAINS, Just received from BoUlnghaiii handsomest ever offered. direct, that [or new patterns and values are Uic finest ever shown by v i. WASH CGODS. SI 25, 8150, $175, up to $7 SO a pair. NEW TENNIS FLANNELS at...
Page 11 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
WILL &amp; FINCK, The Leading Cutlers, AND BAZAAR! BARGAINS! BARGAINS! . Six-foot Curtain roles. Ash, Cherry or Walnut, Qn-itli Brass Trimmings Complete 25c Curtain Plus, per d0zeu........ - 5c Plush Table Mats, each 100 Drapery Chitus. per pair ' 'Me Six-loot Japanese Screens $3 51) Wood Towel Kings, three f0r,.., 23c Braas Piano Lamps, complete with 5hade. .....10 50 Bandoline, three bottles for :13c i.auiiilrled White Linen Sums, perfect tit...... Tic Gents' Collars, each . 5c Cents' cults, per pair loc Children's Percale Waists 'Joe Boys' Fancy Straw Hats .-... 25c Boys' Nobby Cashmera Haw B&lt;&gt;c Toys' Derby Hats , l ot) Men's Derby Hats...- '.' . mi . 51 en's J. ii. Stetson's Hats, all shapes 4 00 Men's Nobby Straw Hats 50c Plated Kutter Dishes 1 o'J Fancy Plated Fruit Knives, per att 65'-Klve-b"ttle Plated Castor 1 25 Chased Pickle Castor . l ou Silver-plated Tea Spoons, per set ... 25c Silver-plated Child's Set l'sc Plated Table Knives and Forks,...
AMUSEMENT LOVING PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
AMUSEMENT LOVING PEOPLE. How Mnch the People of San Francisco Enjoy Dancing. A Brief Mention of Seme of the Host Prominent Social Cub?, Among Which the Names of Nearly 100 Are Given. ITE city of San Francisco might as well be termed "8 city of clubs," for in do part of the Union may a city be named that can boast cf as many associations of this kind— that is, assemblies of persons who meet under certain self-imposed regulations or bylaw*, solely 'on pleasure bent. When ' I say nowhere else, I mean a city having an equal population. The reason of this constant pleasure-seek-inK is derived from many causes. Our climate, perhaps, has the most to do with it, where eight or ten months of the year there is great attraction out of doors, and where the getting from- one place to another is rendered so easy by the splendid street-ear system, which is, Indeed, a consideration with a large class of amuse-ment-loving people. Then, again, our city is so completely cosmopolitan that perhaps the f...
thb stock market. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 6 April 1890
thb stock market. There was a spasmodic improvement in the regular call yesterday, l'otosi i is 1113 to *■!, Cbollar to $4, Ojiliir to $1 65, Cou. Cal. &amp; Virginia to $,"&gt;. the balance o: be list advancing 10®15c. It was shortlived, however, the market taking the downgrade alter the call ( adjourned and closing at a pronounced uecitne, as will seen below. Local securities were Elected and unchanged. Justice has shipped $ 5293. Con. Cat A Virginia has shipped $J0,519, making $liio,ooo on Karen account. Ululo assessments falling delluqu-nt this month amount to $-25,720, of which California mines want $58,000, Nevada mine? 7157,720 and Arizona mines 10,000. The amount delinquent In April, 1889, was $251,200. The course of stocks last week was erratic. On Tuesday there was a sharp rally, during which most | stocks touched the highest prices for a longtime. That day wound up the boom, for the moment at least, and the market has since beeu Beetling, with the usual te...