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Idaho Real Estate. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 7 April 1890
Idaho Real Estate. Boise City (Idaho), April 6.— The capitol of Idaho having been permanently located at Boise City, real estate is active. The Boise City Statesman shows an aggregate of transfers of $300,000 for the week ending April 6th. New York, St. Louis, Denver, Salt Bake and San Francisco capitalists are heavy investors. :
Or. O'Donneir* Address. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 7 April 1890
Or. O'Donneir* Address. - Dr. C. C. O'Dotmell delivered his usual Sunday address on City Hall avenue yesterday alternoon. - He advised , bis hearers to prepare themselves for the coming election and see that they secure an honest count of the votes cast. If elected Mayor he renewed his promises to remove the Chinese outside the city limits and also to see that every worklngman had something to do. .
WILL STANFORD RESIGN? [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 7 April 1890
WILL STANFORD RESIGN? C. P. on ti iigtoii Talks About Kailroad Affairs. That the rumor that Senator Stanford will resign the Presidency of the Central Pacific Railroad is well founded is now a well-established fact For reasons best known to himself Mr. Stanford declines to make any statement that he contemplates any such action, but it is generally understood that he will refuse a re-election on Tuesday. .; Mr. C. P. Huntington is In the city, and spent yesterday in arranging for the new deal. Of course, he said that he didn't know of any reason why Mr. Stanford should resign. "In fact," he said, "I have heard nothing about it before. As for my visit, I come every year to California; I like the country and have an' Interest of many millions of dollars in property on this Coast 1 have sold 140 ' shares of Chesapeake and Ohio stock in the last year, but would have held on to it had it been on tbe Coast. It is a magnificent property, however, and nothing would induce me to part with it...
CALVARY SUNDAY-SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 7 April 1890
CALVARY SUNDAY-SCHOOL. Thirty-fifth Annual Iteport of This Society and a Kindred One. The Superintendent of the Sunday-school of Calvary Church read the thirty-fifth annual report of the school for the year ending March 30th last. The following favorable state of affairs was reported: Receipts— Balance cash on hand, $93 93; school collections, $338 39; foreign ' missionary collections, $119 37; anniversary, collection, $S8; Banduria concert, $135; children's day collection, $1335; picnic returns, $237 50; dingier concert (June), $197 cyclorama exhibition, $36; Jingier concert (September), $225 55; Christmas, 1883, $286 20; interest, San Francisco Savings Union, $3 04. Total, $1774 08. Disbursements— School suoolies, $100 65; anniversary expenses, $92 80; Bauduria concert expenses, $135; picnic expenses, $343 95; Children's day expenses, $18; Children's day donation to board, $13 35; Jingier concert expenses (June), $137 05; cyclorama exhibition expenses, $23 50; Jingier concert expe...
THE HEBREW HOME. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 7 April 1890
THE HEBREW HOME. A Successful Entertainment at the Baldwin Theater. The entertainment given last evening at the Baldwin Theater for the benefit of tbe Hebrew Home for the Aged-disabled was a decided success. Before 8 o'clock the house was crowded to overflowing with a fashionable and critical audience, and late comers were glad to find standing room in tbe aisles. The programme had been composed with great care, . and the best amateur talent in the city engaged for the occasion. It consisted of vocal and instrumental music and concluded with acomedy by Thomas and J. M. Morton, entitled "All That Glitters Is Not Gold." Miss Rose Adler, in her vocal solo, was loudly applauded, and received several floral pieces. For an encore she sang "The Swiss Echo." by Eckert Mr. J. H. Rosflwald, as a violinist, received much well-earned praise for his highly creditable performance, and was three times recalled. • The programme was as follows: ' Vocal solo (selected). Miss Alvlns Heuer; piano solo,...
THE STRIKERS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 7 April 1890
THE STRIKERS. Anxiously Awaiting the Arrival of a -Load of Non-Unionists. The Strikers' Executive Committee re- ports that it has already received $5000 from the International Molders' Union and from the labor unions of this city. The commuiittee late yesterday afternoon received a dispatch from one of the pickets at New-hall to the effect that a train-load of Philadelphia "scabs" bad passed through that city at 3 o'clock. They also learned that the captains of the tugs Alert and Relief had received orders to meet the men across the bay. . It was said by the strikers that the new-comers would be divided among the National, City and Occidental Iron works. A member of the Executive Committee, when asked whether the men were coming, replied that the strikers had made a mistake and positively declared that no men. were on the way to this city.
The North Pole. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 7 April 1890
The North Pole. Norwegian navigators still cling to the idea of discovering the North Pole. Their hopes are based upon the fact that various j articles from the Pacific are occasionally found stranded on the coast of Greenland, having been carried there by some current. A notable instance of this is the finding there of a pair of oilskin trousers, marked with the name of one of the crew of a vessel, that bad been wrecked on the Pacific side of tieliring Straits. It is argued that where a pair of trousers can go a properly constructed vessel ought to be able to follow, by virtue of a supposed current between the two oceans, via the Arctic pole. —
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 7 April 1890
Catarrhal Dangers. To be freed from the dangers of suffocation while lying down; to breathe freely, sleep soundly and undisturbed; to rise refreshed, bead . clear, h_raia ' active and free from pain or ache: to know that no poisonous, pntrid matter defiles the breath and rots away the delicate machinery of smell, taste and hearing; to feel that the system does not, through its veins and arteries, suck up the poison that is sure to undermine and destroy, is Indeed a blessing be. yond ail other human enjoyments. . To purchase Immunity from such a fate should be the object of all afflicted. But those who have tried many remedies and physicians despair of relief or cure. * :■;". Sanvobd's Radical Cobb meets every phase at Catarrh, from a simple head cold to the most loathsome and destructive stages. It is local and const; . tutloual. Instant In relieving, permanent In curing, safe, economical and never-falling. Sanfobd's Radical Cube consists of one battle of the Radical Cube, one box o...
"CHRIST IS RISEN." [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 7 April 1890
"CHRIST IS RISEN." ■ • T .. r. Solemn Observance of Easter JDaj;in the 'Churches. High Mesj at St. Ignatius Church and St. Mary's Cathedral— Services at Trinity. Beautiful Decorations. The joyous festival ol Easter was commemorated in the city churches yesterday with all the solemnity and beauty of Christian rites and songs of praise and thanksgiving doe so great an occasion. It would indeed be difficult to realize more beautiful sights than those revealed in the interiors of many places of divine worship, lor chancels and altars alike were arrayed in the glory of the lilies of the field. There .was such an abundant presence of these delicate white flowers amid profuse festoons and evergreen wreaths that the blooming 1 roses seemed almost forgotten. The sign of salvation was exposed to view in every shrine, but the cross was Invariably of flowers— a symbolic cross without the thorns of three days before. The services were never surpassed here in solemnity and the accompaniment of in...
WHERE GOD REIGNS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 7 April 1890
WHERE GOD REIGNS. All of the Risen Dead Will Not Walk in White. What Resurrection Means in Light of the Latest and Best Interpretation of Nature and Revelation. At the Easter services in Trinity Church yesterday morning, the rector, Rev. J. Sanders Reed, delivered a sermon on the text, "Who shall change our vile body that it may be fashioned like unto his own glorious body"— i'hilippians, iii:Ji. In his Introductory remark* the reverend gentleman explained how the body is not vile; that it is the top nnd masterpiece of cunning, and the most exquisite piece of work we have any knowledge of. The body is the living srliir.e of the second person of the Trinity, and is to-day on the throne of the -universe. "St Paul is not responsible for defamation of the body timler this phraselogy," lie said, "but the translators of the English Bible. His term is the ' body of our humiliation.' " ; Speaking of dismemberment, he asked, "is there such a thing? Are our dead sheer spirits?" ".Modern 'scho...
INDEPENDENT RIFLES. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 7 April 1890
INDEPENDENT RIFLES. Ilesult of Their Monthly Shoot at Shell Mound li ii.-_re. Shell Mound shooting range was deserted yesterday save by a number of marksman of the Independent ' Rifles, who were on band to compete in the stated monthly medal shoot of the organization. The heavy wind which prevailed made shooting a little uncertain and many a good marksman bad goose eggs In bis score when he finished, but on the whole the results were creditable to the company.' The best scores were as follows: Lieutenant P. Staude.. 4 44434444 4—30 T. 0. II .iirami :...;...* 3 3 4 34434 5—37 Sergeant A. Maude 3 43 3 44333 4—34 11. Korts. _2 44353406 4-34 Captain Schiualholz. 3 34404444 3—33 v.. i.1......:, .'...3 333 3332.8 B—2S After the medal shoot a match between Sergeant Pricbard of Company _ B of the Third Regiment, N. : G.. C, and Captain Schnmlholz of the Independent Rifles was shot, resulting In a victory for the Sergeant. The scores were as follows: Sergeant Prichard..,...., 44464 54 5 5—43...
FOOT-RACERS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 7 April 1890
FOOT-RACERS. Inaugural Events of the Califor- iiiu Association. A Bay of Great Sport at Central Park— ners of the Handicaps— A Slow Track, Bat Close Races. The inaugural meeting oMtlie California Foot-racing Association attracted an enthusiastic gathering of nearly one thousand persons to Central Park yesterday afternoon. One hundred dollars in prizes were offered, and the, competition was satisfactory even to the management. Sheffield handicap rules governed, and there was not the slightest dissatisfaction. Joe Acton.who has acted In the same capacity in the East on many occasions, was the haudicapper, and "Billy" Jordon the judge. On account of the recent rain the track was slow, but all of the races were close and exciting in the extreme. There was some disappointment because 11. M. Johnson, the champion American sprinter and winner of the Sheffield English handicap last year, did not start. He is lust recovering from a spell of sickness and did not feel able to enter the contest...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 7 April 1890
SAD-EYED WOMEN. Why So Many Ladles Are Miserable nearly Explained — • Some Stirring ltemarkg by One Who Knows. ••I •_«.'! sad every time I see a woman." The above remark was made to the writer by one of the oldest and most prominent physicians in New York. "Is It possible that you are a woman-hater, doctor?" '•Not at all; but I have seen so inur-h suirerinc, so many women who are miserable, that I cannot help feeling sorry Tor them all. How many ladles to you know that are perfectly well and healthy: How many enjoy life as they should ? is this not enough to make one feel sorrowful ?" "There must bo a cause for all this, doctor." "There is. "Women are weak and their troubles largely arise from weaknesses. When a woman is weak she requires strength. Her body, her mind and all her functions must be put in a healthy condition or she cannot secure strength, Nothing does tills so easily and surely as pure spirits taken in moderation, either before meals or between meals. 1 know scores of...