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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 7 April 1890

MISCELLANEOUS. 1111 Crockery, Glass, China TINWARE TO CLOSE OUT SURPLUS STOCK. WE QUOTE A. FEW PRICES : 44-pleceTea 5et5........ .....?2 25 84-plece Dinner Sets 4 75 Chamber Sets, complete 1 75 French China Gold-hand Tea Sets 6 50 Hand-painted Tea Sets, complete 5 50 Elegantly Decorated Dinner Sets 10 00 A great variety of China Cups, Saucers and - Plates, per set of sli 76 8-Quart X I using Pans, each - "" 15 3-quart Tea and Coffee Pots, each 15 Tin Buckets, each... 6c, 10c and IS Embossed Tray, each sc, 714 and 10 Frying Paul, each Ioc. 15c and 20 Earthenware Tea-pots, each 15c, 20c and 25 Spittoons, each ' 20 Yellow ltakers and Bowls, each, ..loc, 15e and " 20 Majolica Pitchers, each 10c, 15c and 20 Beautiful Cuspldorcs, each 35 Tea-pots and sugars (Majolica), each 25 English China Cups aud Saucers, per doz. '. 76 English China Tea-plates, per doz. 50 English China Breakfast-plates, per doz 60 English China Dinner-plates, perdoz HO Euglish Chlua Platters, each. .loc, 15c. 20c and...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 7 April 1890

______^ DRY GOODS. LACE DEPARTMENT! Elegant Novelties Just Received ! Mignon Veilings, La Tosca Veilings, • Sylvia Veilings. NECK BUCKINGS In Great Variety and Choice Styles. POINT DE GENE COLLARS AND SETS, NEW STYLES. tl REAL LACE HANDKERCHIEFS, Duchesse and Valenciennes. 3MB"W LACES ! POINT CLEOPATRA, POINT DE GENE, POINT RUSSE, POINT MOUSQUETAIRE, EIFFEL, Etc., Etc. All, THE ABOVE IX VANDYKE EFFECTS. ALL-SILK DRAPING NETS and FISH NETS in great variety. RUSSIA SET, Plain, Dotted, Striped .and Vandyke Effects, at 85c, 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 EMDROIDEP.ED DIRECTOIRE SETS, COLLARS AND CUFFS, worth $1 and $1 25, reduced to 60c per set. Samples sent upon application. V:: -®ft Country orders receive prompt attention. K3H Packages delivered free, In Oakland. Alameda and Berkeley. r-__mdfe&&^>A •11. 113. 115, 117, 119...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 7 April 1890

RAILROAD TRAVEL. SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY. (PACIFIC SYSTEM.) Trains Leave and Are Due to ArriTe at ' SAN FRANCISCO. t-EAVK. FROM APRIL 1. 1390 ARBtVB 7 :30a llaywards. Niles aud San Jose "12:45p 7:30 a Sacramento ft Redding, via Oavls 7:15p 7 :30 a Sacramento. Auburn, Collax 4:isp 8:00 a Martinez, Vallejo, Calistoga and Santa Rosa 6:15p 9 :00a Los Angeles Express, Fresno, Bakersfield, Mojave and East, and Los Angeles .. . 11-15 A :30a Mies, San Jose, Stockton, lone, Sacramento, Marvsville.orovllle and Red Bluff. 4:45p 10:30 a Hay wards anil Mies 3:15p 12:00 m Hay wards, Mies and Llvermore.. R:4sp *1:0 Op Sacramento River steamers *»ti 00a 3:O0p Hay wards. Niles and San Jose.... 9:45 a 3:30k Second class for Ogden and East.. 10:15p 4 :oop Stockton , and §Milton; Vallojo, Calistoga and Santa Rosa 9:4*1 *4 :30p Mies and Llvermore *8:45 a *4:30p Niles and San Jose ■..-, ;6-15p 8 :00p Shasta Route Express, Sacramento, Marysvllle, Redding, Portland, Puget Sound and East, and Knight's Land...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 7 April 1890

.AMUSEMENTS. ALCAZAR THEATER. WAIA-ENKOD & STOCK well ._..■.. .... Managers . This (Monday) Evening:, April 7th, . EVERY NIGHT THIS WEEK! — Last Week of JOsTIfTGIIISMEB^niI PHCEBIirDAVIEsi Spectacular Production of Lester Wallace's . Military Drama, : nosED a Ti-t-i i- — j THE VETERAN ' GUARD,' O. A.' it.'.' ' Department of California, Appearing Every Even- . fißSSJßaGE* l m.T'lf' ing and at the £-._._-__■*__.-_.-: .'_ -MATINEE SATURDAY! Evening Prices— 3sc, 50c and 75c. Next Week— KATTIK EMJIETT In her Great Play, . THE WAIFS OF NEW YORK! : BALDWIN THEATER. MR. AL HAYMAN. ...........Lessee and Proprietor MR. ALFRED BOU VIER. Manager Only Engagement Here This Season of the Famous BOSTONIANS - ENGLISH OPERA COMPANY. Karl, Barnabee __. MacDonaid, Proprietors. To-niKlit (Monday) FATIN'ITZA Tuesday PYGMALION AND GALATEA Wednesday TROY'ATORE Thursday BOHEMIAN GIRL Friday ._ MK-NON Saturday Matinee FATIN'ITZ A Saturday Evknino. THE- Xl'SKl-TE r.liS yd Week— Monday and Thursday...

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THE SOCIAL WORLD [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 7 April 1890

THE SOCIAL WORLD The Close of the Penitential Season. Effects of the Week in Society Circles. The Meagher Dinner Party Last Wednesday Evening. The Bixler Luncheon on Pierce Street on Thursday. Marriage of Mr. Edward 11. Hansen and Miss Wright. The DeWitt Reception Across the Bay on Friday Night. The Harrison Dinner on Pine Street Last Wednesday. Hops and Picnics at the Hotel Del Monte Last Week. Entertainment and Dance of the Sons of Vermont. An Exceedingly Dull Easter Week Anticipated. Engagement Notes— Private Entertainments. Society Personals—Parties to Take Place— Etc. Easter week does rot bold out very much of promise, lv fact tor many seasons there has not been so dull a prospect. The announcements of marriages to take place are not numerous, and the same may be said as regards engagements. As for geneial reception* the list is unpiecedentedly meager, and although there are a few dinner and luncheon parties promised this week, tbelr number Is discouraging when viewed from a so...

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1 IKllllldTV VS. CABLES. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 7 April 1890

1 IKllllldTV VS. CABLES. f.An opinion prevails nt the East that horse railroads are doomed, aud that in a veil few years they will be replaced by . roads on which the motive power will be electricity. Facta in support of this belief are i tiblished in an article iv the last -_>cn'&ncr by Joseph Wetzler; and the belief is indorsed by such newspapers as the Chicago Tribune, the New York -Times „ and the Boston Commercial Bulletin. The American Street Railway Association, at its late meeting at Minneapolis, came to the same conclusion. It pronounced electricity superior to horse-power or the cable system, and condensed its views in the terse sentence that electricity increases traffic, reduces expenses and converts a loss into a profit. ' Tin opinions are based on reports from electric companies in St. Paul, iJiuuenpolif, Cleveland, Washington, Scranton, . Richmond and elsewhere. These views will be regarded with surprise by the managers ot cable roads in this Ma...

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AN OLIVK BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 7 April 1890

AN OLIVK BRANCH. The attitude the friends of Governor Hill have assumed toward Mr. Cleveland has seemed to warrant the assumption that the contention between the two aspirants for the Democratic nomination would make the nomination of either somewhat hazardous. The ' Democracy cannot succeed in 1892 without New York, and there was a confident assertion on the part of Governor Hill's friends that the Democracy could not have New York without taking Mr. Hill as its candidate. But an olive branch has been extended In the Hill Democrats in the form of an offer of the seat in the United >:...;. Senate which Mr. Evarts will vacate on the 4th of March, 18BL Of course, to I carry out this programme the Democrats have to carry the legislature this fall, but it is thought that with the Cleveland and Hill forces working in harmony this maybe done. The Democrats have to gain -•sJtwcn members of the Assembly to secure a majority 011 joint ballot, but they are encouraged by the fact th...

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STANDS FIRM. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 7 April 1890

STANDS FIRM. The Massachusetts House of Representatives have on two occasions declined to indorse the action of individual Republicans who demand a national tariff bill shaped especially to suit the interests of Massachusetts manufacturers. The Bouse rejected a resolution asking for free coal and free iron and also one protesting against the imposition of a duty on hides. The Herald attributes this action to party subserviency, but it is quite possible that the Republican numbers of the House take a more natural view of things than the newspaper in question. The demand for free coal and free iron places the Massachusetts -manufacturer in antagonism to American industries. They want coal and iron from Canada because these materials can be imported without duty at a trifle less costti.au American coal and iron from the West can be furnished for. The production of the raw material is an industry as well as the manufacture of raw material into finished goods and there seems no reason wh...

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A IIABK- SECRET. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 7 April 1890

A IIABK- SECRET. The report of the Grund Jury which reI cently had the Sheriff's office of New York under investigation says the inquiry had .failed to reveal a single redeeming element iin the management of the office. It was a • black record of violated law, tardy justice, I forced settlements, corruption and bribery. Tbe report shows' that the county had in the last fivo years paid the Sheriff over $217,000 as fees and compensations, which tho law allowed. The report covers a period of twenty years, during which the affairs of the Sheriff's office have been administered with entire disregard of the obligations Imposed by law upon the Sheriff. No proper record has been kept of his official acts, of the manner of executing processes or of the amount of legal fees received by him by virtue of his office. If the Grand Jury is puzzled over the amount of legal fees tho Sheriff has received, it is appalled at Indications of illegal fees it has caught glimpses of. The deputies, it says, ...

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CANADIAN DISCONTENT. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 7 April 1890

CANADIAN DISCONTENT. The financial condition of the Dominion Government requires an Increase in duties which some of the provinces do not take kindly to. The member from St. John, New Brunswick, is reported as saying that owing to the increased butden the Government was placing upon the maritime provinces, he did not think it worth while for New Brunswick to remain in the Confederation. This voice from the East produced an echo from the West in the form of a telegram stating that all the newspapers iv British Columbia condemn the proposed tariff bill as unjust and oppressive. There does not seem to be any party bias in this condemnation of a Government measure, protests being signed by Liberals and Conservatives nlike. On this side of the line we sometimes talk pretty plainly to Congress, but we do not intimate that we want to get out of the Union. Canada, however, as a province of Great Britain, cannot be expected to cherish the national sentiment which serves to moderate the tone ...

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OTHER PEOPLE'S MONEY. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 7 April 1890

OTHER PEOPLE'S MONEY. Senator Ingalls has introduced into Congress a bill reviving the United States Bank In a new shape. It is to be a bank of issue, as well as a bank of discount. It is to put out notes for sums as low as 1, '_', 3, and 5 mills, and 1, 2, ;; and 5 cents, and as high as $100, the paper representatives of which sum me to be called "condos," and ns high as $1000. which notes are to be known as "talents." The money thus issued is to be loaned out "on good security," the interest to be payable by the borrower once a year, on December 31st. All tin- issues of the bank are to be a. legal tender for all debts and dues; and to make them more valuable, It is especially provloed that the notes are to be printed by hand on silk threaded paper. A man who objected to such notes would be very bard to please. The bank will likewise be a bank of deposit, with branches at every Postoffice. This department will differ from other banks of deposit in that it will do business for Its c...

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THE CAUSE OK TRUSTS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 7 April 1890

THE CAUSE OK TRUSTS. An -tariff paper says the protective system iva* devised to create' a monopoly and enrich a favored class at the expense of the country. The protective system was devised, m far as it relates to this country, about one hundred cats ago. It has been continued ever since, with brief intervals of revenue tariff which were so unsatisfactory in results that after a period of trial the protective system was re-established. So. far from being the cause of trusts, the most comprehensive aud successful trust the country has experienced is not protected by tariff duties on its product There are, of course, industries wliich are prosecuted both in this country and in others to which the peculiar methods of llio trust are applied. ■ Some years sgo there was a ureal outcry against the steel rail trust, It was said that the high duties on steel rails enabled American manufacturers to realize excessive profits and that to prevent overproduction iron works were paid to shut dow...

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THB NEW DAME. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 7 April 1890

THB NEW DAME. Director Edward Strauss, the waltz king of Vienna, is coming here to leach us the new waltz which his brother Johann pro- poses to introduce. He will bring his orchestra with him. and as lie discourses the finest orchestrinl music in the world, ho will doubtless achieve success and gather shekels. The Pavilion will be too small to hold the audiences which will gather to hear bun. They will not be the smaller by icason of his announcement that in his judgment Americans are the best dancers in the world, and that the new dance to be successful must be taken up here. His family have a hereditary property in the waltz. This famous dance, which has been popular (or a longer period than any other performance of the kind, was indigenous in Bohemia. But it did not become known outside of its cradle until Johann Strauss, the elder, took it up eighty rears ago and built on it his famous court waltz In three-quarters time. This was a much more stately dance than the deux temps wa...

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lIP.IIRINO SEA NEGOTIATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 7 April 1890

lIP.IIRINO SEA NEGOTIATIONS. A London cablegram says the negotiations concerning the Behring Sea fisheries are progressing satisfactorily. From all the correspondent can hear arrangements will result with which both the United States and England will be content It is about time that some more definite au- nouneement than this should be made. The sealing season is approaching, and vessels are being fitted out as in formor seasons. The release of the schooner Pathfinder will encourage the Victorians to continue in the business. The Pathfinder, it will be remembered, was captured last year by the revenue cutter Corwin and her captain was ordered to report at Sitka. Instead of obeying the order betook his vessel to Victoria. A short time ago she was retaken in Xetih Bay, in the State of Washington, where she had found refuge from threatening weather. Her second capture was defended on the ground that if the first was justifiable she was a fugitive from justice, But Secretary Windom has ...

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EDITORIAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 7 April 1890

EDITORIAL NOTES. Lord Rosebery, who, as the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs In Gladstone's administration, won general approval for the adroitness with which he conducted the difficult questions arising out of the ServoBulgnrian war and the Greek desire for a territorial Indemnity, in his recent speech at Edinburgh discussed the .questions of home rule and the political future of the Liberal party, expressing the belief that the next election in Britain, whenever it comes and whatever the result, would, ill all probability, for a generation at least, settle tho Irish question. The New England Senators are deeply interested in the proposition to establish reciprocity treaties with the countries of South America. Senator Chandler of New Hampshire is inclined to look with favor on the proposition to establish reciprocal relations with all the countries between the Mexican border and the Isthmus of Panama which would adopt our tariff system. He maintains that while it would not b...

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NATIONAL GUARD .NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 7 April 1890

NATIONAL GUARD .NOTES. Battalion Urilln in the Tl, ir il — General Cutting IV .lilts' n Field Day. Battalion drills have been ordered in the Third as follows: Companies C (Oakland , B, U and <; on Tuesday ; X, A, D and F on the 1 -l-.ii lust. ; C, B. II and i. again on the 24th, and the entire battalion on the last day of the month: the Lieutenant-Colonel to report at all drills of the right and the Major of the left wing. The reuoitis that General Cutting thinks of having on some Saturday afternoon a held day for the one which should have been held on Washington's Birthday. General Dimortd, when Brigadier, also thought so once, bat the single attempt was anything but gratifying in the matter of attendance, and the experiment was never again tried. "Battery" F of the Second is going on a junketing trip to Santa Rosa on Saturday next, aud will be received and danced by the local company of the Fifth Infantry. There are those who doubt that "F will go about fifty strong," t...

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TO EXPLORE ALASKA. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 7 April 1890

TO EXPLORE ALASKA. Finns of the Parly Which Will Visit the Unknown Linri. The New York members of the exploring party tent out to Alaska by Arkell & Harrison arrived iii this city last night. There are three members of the party and they are quartered at the Palace Hotel. The expedition is to explore the territory between the Yukon and Copper rivers, which embraces a stretch of country SCO miles in width, heretofore unpenetrated and unmapped. lie gentlemen who will be at tho head Of the exploring party are: E. H. Mills of Cincinnati, who traversed over 2000 miles of Alaska and British Columbia last year; L. J. Glave. who returned last August from Africa, where he was for four years a Lieutenant to Stanley and was in charge of one of the Unper Congo stations, and A. B. Schatiz, who has for live years been on the staff of the New York Tribune. Previous to that time he was assistant astronomer at the Alleghany Observatory at Pittsburg. He will do the scientific work for the...

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ACROSS THE BAY. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 7 April 1890

ACROSS THE BAY. The Sheriff to Be Sued by the Board of Supervisors. An Insolvent Hotel-Keeper— Eugene KnittSchmidt's Funeral— Church Services. Fire in Alameda. The District Attorney of Alameda County is drafting the papers In a suit against Sheriff William E. Hale of Alameda County, by direction of the Board of Supervisors, to recover the amount of per diem received by him for conveying: insane people to the asylums. Thejmatter was discused on Friday afternoon and Sheriff Hale was consulted about it. When he was dismissed lie was under the impression that the matter would be dropped for the present, but it was held by members of the board that in the interest ol the people, if the Sheriff was not legally entitled to the money, a suit should be brought immediately, as a portion of . It was becoming outlawed the longer action was delayed. The amount per diem received by Mr. Hale is $3300. In common with other Sheriffs he contributed money for the defense of the Santa Clara County Sher...

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An Emperor's Attendants. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 7 April 1890

An Emperor's Attendants. According to information gathered at retina, the Emperor of China in his early childhood had more than four hundred attendants, among whom figured eighty nurses, twenty-live fan-bearers, twenty-live palanquin-bearers, ten umbrella-holders, thirty physicians and surgeons, seven cooks and twenty-three scullions, fifty servants and messengers, fifty dressers, seventy-five astrologers, sixteen tutors and sixty priests.— Ex. Easter eggs, hall price at Towtisend's. • Tears' ls me purest and best Soap ever made. 2 LBS. choice cream mixed candles In Japanese ba-kets lor f>oc. Townsead's, 027. Palace. * California glace fiults, Hoc. lb In Japanese briskets, In lots, $."> and UDward, 10 ier cent on Town-end's. C 27 Mai ket st., Palace Hotel. * The Princess Theresa, daughter of the Prince Regent of Havana, must be added to the list of royal authors. She lias written a book of travels. J.F.Ct ttek'h old Hoc m'.oN.-Tiiij celebrated whisky Is for sal...

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Two to One on Willie. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 7 April 1890

Two to One on Willie. "It's very puzzling," said a worried-look-ins woman to one of her neighbors. ■ "What is that?" y "1 can't tell whether Willie is corrupting the parrot or whether the parrot is corrupting Willie."— Washington Post. Si -noFi'L* humors, Bait rheum, ana all diseases caused or promoted by Impure blood or low state of the system, are cored by Hood's Sarsapartlla. It is sold by all druggists. Try It. AIIVICKTO MoTIIKILS.— Mas. Wlvslow's SOOTBjNoSvr.fr should always be used when children nt cutting teeth. It relieves the little sufferer at once; it i reduces natural (inlet sleep by relieving the child from pain, and the little cherub awakes as " Lrlght as a button." It Is very pleasant to taste. It. ■ . .tl c- the child, softens the films, allays all pain 1 1 In iO3 wind, regulates the bowels, aud Is the best known remedy for diarrhea, whether arising from Hi Hong or other causes. 1 wclily-five cents a bottle.

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