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DIVIOKNII MiI'ICKS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 7 April 1890

DIVIOKNII MiI'ICKS. *^" Dividend Notice— Offlc© of the Pa. «-*>■ cine Borax, Salt and Soda Company, :san Francis, March 31. 18D0-AI » meeting 'of the Board of Directors id the above-named romi-anv held this day a dividend <, ''- 301 <>' one dollir ($1 00) per share was declared, payable Till its. £&?£*»« 10 ' ISiHl.at '-orntire if the company 2.10 Montgomery st.. Booms 11 and 12. Transfer hooks close April 5. 1890, st S o'clock r x - -77 >. apl td ALTON* U. CLoIUH, Secretary.

Publication Title: San Francisco Call
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 7 April 1890

. : -NOTICES OF MKETINGS. '•- "- \; ■_r__3p Occidental Lodge. No.. 22, F. _ a _S-»^ and A. - M.— stated meeting THIS gk (MONDAY) EVENING, April 7th, at 7:3O^T^T o'clock. By order of the Master. /nf\ ■ ap7 It .--:■■.. ... . ■ H. JONES. Secretary. Wyys* King . Solomon's Lodge. No. E _r 0 .... WAP 260, F. and A. M. Hall, corner Kearny gk, and Stelner st». — Stated meeting TlHS'VsTs' EVENING, April 7th, at 7 o'clock sharp; also /Ny\ First Degree. By order of the XV. M. — - ap7 It ■ ■ - L. p. PECK, Secretary. Kris* San Francisco Chanter, No. 1 , a -Sc^ Royal Arch Masons meets THIS A EVENING for business and M. M. Degree. 3T All companions in good standing are invited. /Ny\ ap7 It H. G. PRINCE, Secretary. K3P Hermann lodge, No. 127. F. A ■-Jf and A. M.— Regular monthly meeting PS, THIS DAY (Monday), April 7th, at 8 o'cloek'WV' p. x. By order of the W. si. /N^\ i ap'lt L. SCHUMACHER. Secretary. K_B m Fidelity- Lodge, No. 222, .rename* W& I. O. O. F. -Regular in i tin.. .T____h_...

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

; SPECIAL . NOTICES-CONTINUE!). . XS 1 l)r. Rieorii'rt Restorative Pills; Sims- *-*' clfic for exhausted vitality, physical debility, wasted forces, etc. : approved by the Academy of Medicine, Paris, and the medical celebrities. Sold by J. G. STEELE & CO., 635 Market St., Palaco Hotel, San Francisco. Sent by mall or express. Prices: Box of 50, fl 25: of 100, *2; of 200, 83 50; of 100, »6. Preparatory Pills, »■_'. send for circular, fc'-' tf ■ . SITUATION' S-FE.MALE. BEST SERVANTS. ALL NATIONS, AT A. V. CROSETT Ac CO.'S. 202 Stockton St. ap6 2t Ay AITING-FIKST-CLASS GERMAN, SW D- " " lsh, French and American cooks, second girls, nurses, waitresses, chambermaids, housekeepers and a great many girls for cooking and general housework; city and country. Telephone 6059: MRS. ELFEN , 206 Stockton St. It* TWO FIRST-CLASS GERMAN COOKS, WITH best of city references, want places in city or country. Call or address MISS K. PLUNKETT, 424 Sutter. - ■ apti 2t 2 SCOTCH GIRLS (SISTERS) W...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 7 April 1890

PTTiTA'noys-coyTiJfirEP. IpNGINEER WISHES POSITION WHERE THERE A Is an opening requiring a competent and reliable man. Address A. S. CRAWFORD. Mills Seminary, Cal. -----■.', ap.> 7t* SITUATION WANTED BY MAN AND WIFE ON ranch or cooking. Address C. H. ___„ Box 104, Call Branch Office. , ■ apj 3t* WANTED — POSITION AS MINE, MILL OR " locomotive engineer: wonl.d like to go to Mexico or Central America; good references given. Address for one week Engineer, 1474 Ninth st.. Oakland. 4s* ■IV ANTED - BUSINESS MEN, MERCHANTS " and others to know that we can sell you _ mer- . chant tailor-made dress suit for $22 50: male by leading tailors for $45 ORIGINAL MISFIT PARLORS. cor. Post and Dupont sts. . ' -FEMALE HELP WANTED. \yANTED^STRST^CLASir AMERICAN cook", '» no washing. $30; 2 cooks, German and American style. $30 aud $35; 2 first-class Oermau or American nurses, $25 and $30; French lady., maid, $25:3 second girls, German and American, $20 . each ; 2 girls assist in cooking, sam...

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

HELP WASTED-CONTINUED. BOY WANTED-ONE WHO IS ABLE TO FINISHwork In a carriage-shop. GOGAN Ac M 1 i;ASKY. 1148 Mission st. __ 'i- L * UT ANTED— GENTLEMEN TO TAKE SUNN V >» furnished rooms from $1 to $1 25 a week. 20 Glasgow St.. oil Eddy, nr. Powell. ap6 gt* Ur ANTED— A HAT SALESMAN, WHO UNDEKIII stands Cleaning. pressing, binding aud repairing of hats; must be a fair salesman and a thorough workman. Apply to WEINSTOCK & LUBIN, 19 Battery, at 3r.it. " - ~ spa 3t TAILOR'S SEAT ROOM AT 602 HOWARD ST., cor. Second. ap6 3t« EXPERIENCED DRESS. ...FANCY AND DOmestic salesmen. 126 and 128 Sixth sr. apS 3:« OPERATORB ON VESTS; STEADY WORK: $15 tn $13. 323 Minna -:. apS 3t* 'iii: SALE CHEAP- A WELL-ESTABLISHED Ar dressmaking business : reason for selling, am obliged t.i leave the city. A. 8., Box 100. Cu.i. Branch Office. - - ap6 3t* OOflfl WILL SECURE FINE BUSINESS; tJpdJ'J. sure fortune. Apply 115 First st. 6 3t« WANTED— STEADY, RELIABLE MAN WITH »' $100. JOHNSON. 719...

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POWER OF IMITATION. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 7 April 1890

POWER OF IMITATION. To the Habit of Imitation We Can Trace the Spirit of Art. Children Should Be Taught to Imitate the Good Works of Others-A Laughable Incideat in a Public School. ■ -,_- „-.--- In the study of physiognomy we learn that imitation derives its power from the muscles and nerves of sense. The sign is located just under the tip of the nose, the muscular, cartilaginous or fat noses disclosing dualities yielding and flexible, such qualities as are needed in imitation. To those who excel in imitative professions, actors, artists and writers of fiction the sign is found largely developed, and to these minds is given the faculty of representing correctly the speech, manners and customs of others and the form, size, color and life of objects about them. The imitative mind alone can attain originality, for the artist must learn to imitate before he can create. " When he does create he stands above his fellow beings, independently and as one worthy of notice. Such men as Goethe,...

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PEOPLE WHO ARE TALKED ABOUT. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 7 April 1890

PEOPLE WHO ARE TALKED ABOUT. Professor Alexander Agassiz will spend most of the coming summer at his Newport home. Lawrence Barrett is at Xice. He writes to friends in this country that he is greatly improved in health. Christine Ni.sson is to come out of her retirement to sing nt the farewell concert of Sims Reeves in London in June. ■ ; Elaine t.oodale, the elder of the poet sisters of "Sky Farm," among the Berkshire Hills, lias been appointed Supervisor of Education for the Sioux Indians. Prince Albert Victor of : Wales recently shot his first tiger at Jeypore, India. If he had kept out of the way of the London tiger earlier he would be better ofl.now. Joshua Hood, one of the committee appointed to welcome General Lafayette during his visit to this country in 1824, died recently in Baltimore at the age of ST. - „ Rochefort has taken the ' fancy to become a designer or sketcher, and daily passes a r few hours in drawing -amateur pictures of a comic character akin to political cart...

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ARMY JOTTINGS, [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 7 April 1890

ARMY JOTTINGS, ' Battering of the Fifth Assigned—Recommended for Krevet.. Some slight changes have been made in tho assignment of the batteries of the Fifth, which will next month change stations with • the First Artillery, now in the Division of "the Pacific. As now arranged the disposition is as follows: Colonel Piper, Major Wildriek, the band, Light Batteries I) (Kinzie's) and F (lirinckle's), and Batteries B (Zalinskl's), C (Morris'), X (Brewerton's) and M (Day's), will be at the Presidio. By mutual agreement Lieutenant-Colonel Will.iam Graham will transfer from the First to the Fifth and Lieutenant-Colonel Richard Lodor will transfer from the Fifth to the Flr3t, remaining at Fort Wadsworth, Staten Island. Lieutenant-Colonel Graham, with Batteries A (Beck's) and I (Crabb's), will be stationed at Alcatraz Island. Battery If (Fessenden's), at Fort Mason, nnd Major Tully McCrea will command Batteries E (Vugdes'j aud L (Roberts') at Fort Can by, Washington. Lieutenants Watson and Cl...

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REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 7 April 1890

REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS. H. L. Dodge to P. J. Martin, lot on 8. line of Fulton St.. 88.5 W. l."tt. W. 177:3, SW. : - - 270:8. E. 184:4. NE. 226:2, N. 45. to beg.... 511) Agues C. Collins to A.deUrloate, lot on N. line of Pacific St., 118:5 E. of Central aye.. E. 70, N. 62:6%, W. to a point, to beg 10 ' O. Fitzpatrlck to M. Murnby. lot ou N. line of Twenty-third St., 100 E. of Bryant, E. 26x90 10 J. F. Smith (by attorney to J. Sluftinetster, lot on E. hue of El : veiiih are., 940 S. of J. S. 26x120 ; . ; 10 ' J, Mialtmelstr-r to Thomas Barber, same 10 J. B. Hagglu (by attorney) to Mar, tihisia, lot on ». line of Washington .1., 140:11 E. or Central aye., __. 65x137:844 4 900 Oliver Eldridge to 11. 11. Hjui, lot ou W. line or Twelfth aye., 175 S. or M, 8. 25x120 ... 400 S. B. Welch to H. F. Woods, lot on N. line of Green St.. 81:3 E. of Clayton, li 25x101) .. * 10 Henry Sodln to S. .1. Levy, lot on N. line if Page st., 81:3 K. of Clayton, 1-; 85x100 10 11. Junes to A. It. Over, lot u...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 7 April 1890

mi siyr.ss CHANCES. It 1 Z.l\f\ A TINE PAYING SALOON FOR SALE C LOW. at the terminus of one of our principal cable lines; is In the Immediate vicinity of one of tho wain entrances to the park and base-ball grounds; doing a very large business: well fitted up: has B we!! -tarnished rooms, with piano, etc.: a sure fortune for the right party. Apply K. KENNY, 22 Resrny st. It •till! PARTNER WANTED— SO ASSIST IN sJ._-_.VIUU. looking after the hired help, etc., In a lirst-class hotel of 120 rooms; line location across the bay- always full of first-class people: established nearly 15 years; the present owner has cleared nearly $30,000 in the last live years: you will find him one of the best-known men In the Mate and popular and respected by all: no previous experience required, but must be of steady habits (no bar) ; this is a very desirable business. Apply K. KENNY, 22 Kearny at, It Q-AA PARTNER WANTED— TO TAKE OR- .; rllH'. ders in the store and assist In looking attQr general details ...

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

BUSINESS CHANCES— CONTINUED. $1450 PAPER ROUTE FOR SALE; LEADing morning paper; 380 subscrlt-ers: takes 'Jii. hours each morning; owner engaged in other business. W. F. HEALY, 719 Market st. It* $125 NEWS DEPOT AND CANDY STORE; suitable for lady or gentleman: furniture included In sale. W. F. HEALY', 719 Market st. It* $600 FINE CORNER SALOON; DOING trade $15 per day : you can try business before purchasing. XV. F. HEALY, 719 Market. It* $250 PARTNER WANTED TO-DAY IN manufacturing businesss; r.-a!\ sales; clears $3 to $5 per day, W. F. HEALY'. 710 Market.* $150 PARTNER IN CARPENTER SHOP; call to-day. W. F. HEALY. 718 Market. * $250 PER MONTH— STATIONERY STORE; a rare offering: located on the leading thoroughfare of ii;.. city: business growing; now pays $250 per mouth pro lit: premises comprise store and 3 living-rooms attached: latter so arranged that they can be sub-let If not wanted; rent fur whole only $26 per mouth: stock and fixtures worth $1600; living-rooms furnished complet...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 7 April 1890

CITY REAL ESTATE. pHOICE INVESTING CITY PROPERTY. $20,000— SE. cor. 25th and Bartlett sts.: 100x96; -1 new houses, well rented. $15,000-84x309x100; loth St., N. line; 2 houses on small portion of lot, well rented. $12,000— South line Bryant St., bet. 3d and 4th; street accepted by the city. ■ $5000— 80x114: SW. cor. Sanchez and 27th sts.; will make 1 fine lots; vera cheap. - - Apply to M. O. i. ton. 213 Sansome st. ap7 2t BARGAIN-HOUSE AND LOT ON BTH AYE., bet. I and J sts., near Olympic Club. Call on premises. . ■ ' -■ • - ap7 2t* a."! OK. TO $500 PER ACRE; GOOD LAND: JBlZOcasy' terms. MCLAUGHLIN i Co., 20 Kearny st. ■: ap? 3t* "I EE4 WORDEN',33O MONTGOMERY STREET -Ll (Safe Deposit Building), branch office, 1013 Valencia streeL ijoOO— Kennebec st., ur. Union; nice 4-ruoui cottage; lot 20x70. $2800— Bartlett St., east side, nr. Twenty-first '■'■: lot 25x90. 10 lots Gift Map No. 2, extension of Folsom, will be sold: a great bargain. $5250— Fair Oaks St.. near Twenty-third; house of 9...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 7 April 1890

' HOUSES : TO LET. H'^)^Rir^STnnß__iTrTw?^ril~ivND FIFTH— 3-story brick bVUdlng, suitable for any large buslnes-.s would make suitable changes for a desirable tenant. CHAS. ASHTON, 411 Montgomery street, - ap6 lot BEALE ST., NEAR HOWARD — BUILDING with lot 45:101137:0, suitable for any manufacturing business requiring plenty of room: would make alterations to suit tenant. ASHTON, 411 Montgomery St. _ apli lot ff-7C NEW HOUSE OF 9 ROOMS, BATH AND fJT I O. basement; all modern Impts.; north side of Post sL. bet. Gough aud Oc'.avla. $20— Fine flats of 5 rooms and bath each; modern impts.: Market st., near Sanchez. Apply to T. P. RIORDAN. 9 Post St. ' aplitf QIA RARE CHANCE; COTTAGE, 4 HARDWl". finished rooms: marble mantel; water In kitchen: 27 Randall st., opposite Fairmont schoolhouse; terminus Mlssion-st. cars: water free. Apply P. C. MOLLOY, 138 Montgomery st. ap6 2t* QO9 hft BAY-WINDOW HOUSE, 6 ROOMS '- y-*.yXt. and alcove: modern iniprovemeuts: line location 4 lines cars. Fillmor...

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

ROOMS TO ' I_ET-CO_STINUKT>. MOSS, OFF HOWARD. BET. SIXTH AND -i y Seveutb-Sunuy front room: use of kitchen; for man and wife; no children. -_-■■ ap6 3t* 4(l^ l WORTH— NEATLY FURNISHED yt-y y front sunny alcove rooms, suitable for 1 or 2 gentlemen, to rent cheap. - ■:■■»-, ap6 2t« 94 VERONA, COILTHIHD-FCKNISHED FRONT -fan rooms for housekeeping. aj ■_ 2t* 1 ri/'ll J-EAVENWORTH-FURNISHED ROOM; xui-ii lor 2 gentlemen; rent low; quiet house.6 8* 9990 GEARY-3 LARGE ROOMS; RENT $12; AJA.-iO also stalls to let. - ap6 3t* 707 J" OST -PARLORS . SUITABLE FOR PRO- '"' fesslouai purposes; also other rooms. 6 7t* fio7 W'LI.OW AYE., NEAR LAOUNA-'J UNv"-' > furnished rooms place for stove. ap6 2t* 1 Q4I SEV ,( TH-FRONT ROOM FOR 2 GENa yn-' ilemeu; also housekeeping: cheap. 6 3t* (1 > I'.RONA, OFF THIRD-FOR RENT, UNFURy ulshod, 3 sunny rooms, suitable for man and »'"»• ' - ■ -■■ ap6 2t» 7fiS ? ARRET— FURNISHED Iyy housekeeping rooms with piano. apt; 2t» 990 EDDY — ...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 7 April 1890

PERSONALS. ' HIHHE3T PRICE PAID FOR LADIES AND gents cast-off clothing and jewelry. ..- John DAILY, 2311... Third at. ..■■--■ * . _ a p7 7t* 17"OR DRESSMAKERS' FINDINGS GO TO I.IPJ? -MAN i- CO., 26Vi Kearny St., Room 13: goods at wholesale prices, - mr 23 cod 3m INFORMATION WANTED OF SIRS. LIZZIE V. X WILSON, or her sister Sarah, children of JOHN and JANE TORREY. Will be thankfully received by their aunt, MRS. WILLIAM MEAGHER, 314 Got den Gate aye. . - - . . - apS 3t* /lAliri:." CLEANING; 3 TO 5 CTS. PER YARD; XJ the best work guaranteed or no pay; telephone 3228. S. STRATTON, 1211 Market st. apu lim SCHOOL OF MASSAGE AND PHYSICAL CUI^ ture. A. G. GRETH, 921 Post St. ap6 lADY ASSISTANTS; MADAM MERRILL, SUA perlor massage. - 10-4, R. 20, 118 Grant aye.6 7* ALL FLESHY PERSONS CAN BE REDUCED by using DR. DU HOIS' Antl Obesity Tea, warranted harmless and pleasant to take; also an Infallible cure for constipation. Kept by all drug;,r is. Depot, 4 Sutter St.. Room 33. mr2o 6m T ADIES -1 1...

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

BETTER THAN GOLD. RESTORED HER HEALTH. " For 25 years I suffered from boils, erysipelas and other blood affections, taking during that time great quantities of different medicines without giving mo any perceptible relief. Friend* induced me to try S. S. S. It improved mo from . the start, and after taking several bottle*, restored my health as far as I could hopo tat at . ■:'■ my age, which is now seventy-five years. ' Mus. S. M. Lucas, Bowling Green, Ky. Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed f reo. ■ SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Qa. - • ' -,: au2 lyFrMoWe :' Hm a 9 fVfl business Lvi IV COLLEGE, U_fl.l_i.Ll U 24 Post St. Hank-keeping. l'euiuaujhlp .Short- haud Type-writing '

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SOMETHING '10 LAUGH AT. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 7 April 1890

SOMETHING '10 LAUGH AT. Bank Toller (on his way home)— rardon me, sir; here's my card. I've left my change iv another coat Will you kindly loan vie a nickel for my fare? Solid Citizen (who remembers n recent haggle at the teller's window)— Where's your identification? That card is no good.— i'uek. • » • Mrs. Angelica — Won't it be just too lovely for anything to have wings and a harp forever. 1 -Mr. Angelica (a dyspeptic)— l don't want any »Mt In mine. We wouldn't be there a week before you'd want my wings to put on your hat.— Lowell Mail. > » • At a wedding— As she moved up the aisle an usher stopped her and said, "Pardon me, are you a member of the family 1"' "No," she answered sweetly, "I am not, but give me a good sent, for I might have been." —Louisville lost. • » • By a printer's error a Queensland (Australia) paper was made to say: "There need be demand no longer for Jules Verne's and other blackguards' works of imagination." In Its next issue it said: "For 'other ...

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Always Foremost. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 7 April 1890

Always Foremost. As long as the flag of our country shall wave, O'er the "laud of the free and tbe home ot the brave,'! So long shall sweet SOZODONT conqueror be Over all other dentifrices earth shall see. " None other can give such a pearly white glow, And none such results from Us usage can show, To ihe breath It gives fragrance like Araby's breeze, ; 'lis a foe to decay and a foe to disease. It Is pure, healing, healthful, and popular too, - Aud all will admit these assertions are true; 'lis the oldest and best of Its kind In the land— For 'twas bom to succeed, and 'twas born to commaud.'^te.-. ■;&** The Favorite. The most popular American dentifrice ol the day Is ; SOZODONT. People prefer It because they have found by experience that It really does do what Is claimed for It; that It Is a genuine beautlfier of the teeth, that It Is. as Its name SOZODONT; signifies, a ■ true 7 preservative ,of them; that It Imparts a pleasant aroma to t tie breath and renders the (turn...

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