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A MVSIKKV. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 7 April 1890
A MVSIKKV. f9l nAT 'unless day no living shadow swept 111 Across the hills, living shadow-chasing Across the hills, iteet shadow-chasing » » Twin of the sailing cloud ; but mists wool- • white, .:,--.•■- Slow-stealing mists, oa those heaved shoulders crept, MMaßhaajkaia And wrought about the strong hills while they slept In witches' wise, and rapt their forms from sight. Dreams were they— less than dreams, the noblest height And farthest ; and the chilly woodland wept. A sunless day and sad : yet all the while Within the crave green twilight of the wood, Inscrutable, immutable, apart, Hearkening the brook, whose son? she understood, The secret birch-tree kept her sliver smile. Strange as the peace that gleams at sorrow's heart. Hkle.s- kay Cox k in "The Century "for April.
THEIR EASTER EVE. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 7 April 1890
THEIR EASTER EVE. HAT a face it was that looked IT a face It that looked from behind the counter at John Bartholomew's, on Union square Great brown eyes, softened by long lashes and faint shadings of the face around them, a patrician nose, with the brow above in harmonious outlines, and, to finish, a perfect contradiction in the strongest, most resolute mouth that nature ever set in the mold, with features otherwise significant of gentle acquiescence. There was a perplexed expression on the face of the handsome girl, who, taking a bit of unengaged time for reading, had just finished a paragraph on the duties of every-duy life as help to ideal existence. She did not comprehend its philosophy. "All!" thought she, "it means that it Spinosa ground glasses for spectacles and Montesquieu worked in dusty garden beds to find greater mastery of thought, there is no reason why I may not develop right here among umbrellas A smile of doubt passed over tho fair countenance which had not the slig...
COAST ITEMS.' [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 7 April 1890
COAST ITEMS.' Brief 7 Notes From - Pacific States and '■"-'I .; " Territories. ■- The Tulare County Times is now 25 years old. _,-: One sack of "spuds" brought ?5 50 at Livormore on Thursday. The area of Chehalis County, Wash., Is equal to 2800 square miles. Hugh Park, a prominent citizen of Pomona, died last Friday, aged 5(5. The wool clip of Northern California will be light this year and of poor quality. Redondo Beach is adopting modern improvements. The first is a calaboose. The question of dividing Santa Barbara County cannot be considered until the northern half contains 51.00 population. Mr. Littlefield of Anaheim raised thirty tons of cabbage on five acres this season. After a rest of seven months the Anaheim Flour-mills were started last Monday. Five stalwart Democrats are working hard to get the nomination for County Assessor of Colusa. George A. Steel, the new Postmaster of Portland, Oregon, look charge of that office list Wednesday. The corner-stone of the new Congregati...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 7 April 1890
DIIIIELTjEIITIFIL TTOW SUPERB A YOUNG GIRL APPEARS WHO J- - Is just entering upon the morning of life, with every charm made divinely beautiful by the irresisilable influence or innocence. Nothing remains to complete the picture but those soft waves of natural color which are imparted to the complexion by the DM of C3-IL._H3IMJ3&gt;_T'S Sulphur Soap This world-renowned purifier removes Pimple*, Blotches, Tan, Freckles, and every species of discoloration; replaces a Sallow Skin by pearl-like purity ; adds a delicate shell-tint to the cheeks, and lights up the entire face with HEAVEN'S OWN BLOOM. FOR SALE BY DRUGGISTS GENERALLY. Glenn's Soap will he sent by mall for 30 els. by C. N. I'IUTTK.VMN, Sole Proprietor, 115 Fulton Street, New York. lyZitf Mo r'-'y A Skin of Beauty is a Joy Forever. DR. T. FELIX GOI'RAI ■©Oriental Cream, or Magical Beam.fl'r* _ — A-i i-flTf__B__ Removes Tan, Pimple*. 7i*^ go . JsH-S. Freckles, M..th - Patchee. * . »_• -a fiS^SStSi ltas " and Skin disea...
OLD COAL-OIL TINS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 7 April 1890
OLD COAL-OIL TINS. Some of tlie Uses for the Ap- parently Useless Articles. Hew They Are Gathered and Graded by Dealers — Honey, Fruit - Juices, Oi.i, Matches, Etc., Are Packed in Them. What is the destiny of an old coal-oil tin? Or hasn't it any? Except as a handy appendage to our neighbor's dog's tail, is there nny use for it, anyway? We know its use In the past. It has supplied the wherewithal to kill off the ants around the family sugar-barrel. As a fire-kindler, its contents have played an interesting part in furnishing experimental explosions in the kitchen stove, • it has been valuable, in, at intervals as a corrective to playful meters, containing as it did a liquid specially objectionable to gas (.ompauii.s, known professionally as kerosene. That has been its history when full. But how about it when empty? ... If there is not much poetry J about a greasy, battered old coal-oil tin, there is very considerable use. Somehow these old tius are generally associated with dust-tin...
MRS. UOOPKtt'S CLASS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 7 April 1890
MRS. UOOPKtt'S CLASS. Sunday Lesson at the First Congrega-li-riiri! Church. At the opening of the Bible-class in the First Congregational Church yesterday Mrs. Cooper spoke of the great work that had been accomplished by the Helping Hand Society, not only in carrying on two new kindergartens, but r also in making clothing for the needy children of all the kindergartens. She earnestly hoped the entertainment to be given by them the coming week would be very largely patronized. It is to open on Tuesday night in Odd Fellows' Hall, and will occupy every evening of the week. It will be a very beautiful and novel affair. The subject of the lesson was, " Love the Fulfilling of the Law." In opening the lesson Mrs. Cooper said: "The gist of these teachings of Christ Is that the spirit of self-renouncing love will prove the best guide under all circumstances. In other words, the religion of Christ is not a law ; it is a spirit. It is not a creed ; it is a life. The spirit of love was to be th...
HOTEL ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 7 April 1890
HOTEL ARRIVALS. PALACE HOTEL, B H Huston, Terra Haute w H Hart, California 11' Brown, Omaha A M Huntington, -N York J(i Griffith. Omaha Miss - D Huntington, N V E Young, Omaha (i B Merrill, Connecticut i baa w C Hutton.London G w Pohluian. Ohio Mi.-sM smith. Portland *i B Baer, Cloverdale Miss l- Smith, Portland Cde .Murntia. California John I. riiiniiir. r, N York -I 11 MeCillriitn. L Angeles .1 xv Foley, New York Q W Baker, Reno Chas 11,---. New York |c C Wallace, Eureka J Craig, Woodland W W Bush, Seattle A 11 Lewis, Chicago [Jas C King, Chicago OXV Reynolds, Illinois ( L X Graham, San Jose X X McKeuzie Cincinnati C 1' Huntington, N York w M Field, san Jose (_. 11 C-olgmre. st Paul 1. Falkeuam. San Rafael W B Sharp, Tacoma Mrs Sherwood. New York G H Wheeler, i aroma J X Willis, laeuma Cil .....Is. Chi. XV cook. Boston Mrs Leigh Hunt, Seattle XV O Randolph, Los Ang wlt cough. Baltimore W I) Gould, Los Angeles iVY C Johnson, Boston B F Crawford A w, Ohio ; L Pratt A w, Tacoma Dr Br...
EVERYBODY'S COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 7 April 1890
EVERYBODY'S COLUMN. Correspondence of Interest to the — General Public. In Everybody's Column The Call will publish short letters from correspondentson topics of interest to the general public. The matter in these communications will' represent only the views of the writers. '__&gt; The San Quentln Quarry. ■ Jklilor Call: After reading your Becounts of the deliberate attempt of certain small politicians to dispose of the State's property at San Quentln, and having read your previous statements, letters from At-torney-General, etc., I would like to know if the Attorney-General is not in duty bound to step iv and protect the State's interest by au action in court against the Directors "to restrain them from leasing or licensing this property, as ail the intelligent people of this State who are informed of the facts can readily see that competition is not wanted. tax-payer. . Api i! i. 1690. ■ :,
OAKLAND CANOE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 7 April 1890
OAKLAND CANOE CLUB. XV. IV. Blow's Mystic Makes a New Three Mile Kecord. The third monthly sail of the Oakland Canoe Club, for the club trophy, took place yesterday in Brooklyn Basin, a largo number of admirers of acquatic sports being present This trophy is sailed for twelve time 3 during the year, and its permanent ownership being decided by the number of points made by the competitors. Any canoe going over the course in the races is credited with two points, the winner in each class with three points, and second in each class with two points. Canoes are divided into three classes, and the course is three miles. Yesterday's race resulted as follows: First class— W. W. Blow's Mystic first, time 35 minutes; J. Olsen's Dart second, time 36% minute*. Second class— A. 11. Blow's Mystic first, time 36% minutes; \V. 6. Morrow's Whisper second, time 39% minutes; A. L. Gump's Bonita third, time 45 minutes. . Third class— U. \V. ltodolph's Agnes first, time 48 minutes ; J. F. Kenna's sample...
LIST OK LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 7 April 1890
LIST OK LETTERS. Remaining unclaimed In the rostofflce at San Francis on MONDAY. April 7, 1890. A3" To obtain any of these letters the applicant , most call for "Advertised Letters." and give the date of the list. II not called for within two weeks they will be sent to the Dead-letter Office. Ackerman, C S .Allsuiark, Louis Anslow. Henry Adamy, Wm Anderson, Mrs Arnholt. Max Agnew. .IB I Cbrlstln Arnold, Miss, NelAldertck, K D i Anderson, C M lie Alderman, E B Anderson, Ellen Arustcln. Miss Aldrlch, Miss I Anderson, H F Stella Helen Anderson, Johan Arnold. V T Alexander, Mrs a Asbeli, Mrs Kate F L | Anderson, J A Asbton of San Allen.Mrs.Twen- Anderson,JohnC Diego tleth street Anderson, Will- Atkinson, C S Allen, A C fre I Atlas Cal LlfelnAliei., i tins | Andrew, Miss suranre Co Allen, Mrs VII | Mary O'Toole Aude, Miss Mary Alger, Mrs XT Annal. Mrs S A i,r ln, Charles | Anslima, Edw Augustiug. Win Alltherton, MrsiApel. John Austin, Mrs XV A Kate Armstrong, Miss Ayers. A A Allott, Geo ...
...';'--• OCEAN STEAMERS.. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 7 April 1890
...';'--• OCEAN STEAMERS.. Paten of Departure From San Francisco. Destination. Bails. I Whbf inrefca. San Pedro Apr 8, B..M|HdWy2 Alameda.... Australia Apr 9, 2pm Oceania Corona Humboldt Bay.. Apr 9. Bam Bdw'r 1 Pomona Kan Diego AprlO.llAM Hrlv.'y3 Walla Walla Vie * Pet Sound Apr 10, 0 .v lldw'y l Columbia.... Portland Apr 10.10 am Spear Wiianiette ViYaquiaa 8ay.... April, si-m Seawr'l4 1. '■&lt; Angeles. San Pedro Apr 13. Bam Bdw'y2 • ii v Sydney, j Panama Apr 12 12m rMS 3 State of Cat. | Portland Apr 14.10 am , Spear Departure of Australian steamer depends on the English malls. Immm?m**ami*wmmmmm.mi3^**..i.,.m.t m
SUN AND TIDE TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 7 April 1890
SUN AND TIDE TABLE. In Pacific Standard Time. Computed by Thomas TENS hint, Clironemcter and Instrument - -7. Maker. 18 Market street. £ H.W. L.W H.W. L.W. 5 = 8.2 .- Small. Small' Large. large. % = ?=■ 1.... 1.26 pm 6.56 0.18 am 6.52 AM|fi.45|6.39 i 2-SOpm 7.35 pm 0.47 am 7.37 am.5.43 6.39 » 3.43 PM 8.21pm 1.20 am 8.30 am a.42|6.40 10.... 6.09 PM 9.21 2.03 am! 9.33 am ! 5.406.41 .... 6.36 rst 10.36 PM 2.57 AM 10.40 am|6.3» 6.43 12.... 7.44 pm 0.00 am 4.13 am 11.53 3*6.43 Large. I Small 1 I .... 8.3 l pml 0.03 AMI 5.50 am 01 pm 5.36
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 7 April 1890
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. For Late Shipping Intelligence see Eighth Page. Arrived. Sunday, April 6. Stmr Jewel, Johnston. 18 hours from Caspar; 12,116 railroad ties, to L E White; 1 bx eggs, to Caspar Lumber Co. Stmr Silver Spring. Higgins, 56 hours from Hueneme; produce, to Erlanger &amp; Galinger. Stmr Bonita, Leland. 83 hours from San Diego, via Hueneme: produce, to Goodall Perkins &amp; Co. Stmr Corona, Hannah, 19 hours from Eureka; pass and mdse, to Goodall, Perkins &amp; Co. Stmr Columbia. Bolles, 57 hours from Portland, via Astoria 13 hours; pass and mdse, to O R &amp; N Co. Stmr Gipsy; Plummer. 12 hours from Santa Cruz; produce, to Goodall, Perkins &amp; Co. Stmr Scotia. Johnson, 17 hours from Fort Bragg; 108 M ft lumber, 9500 posts, 57 piles, to Fort Bragg Redwood Co. Stmr Navarro, Anderson, 16 hours from Navarro; lumber and posts, to Navarro Mill Co. Up river direct. Stmr Eureka, Smith, 2% days f m San Pedro; pass and mdse, to Goodall, ...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 7 April 1890
-j_ MISCELLANEOUS. _ /^^^^ /V You now have an opportunity to^\ / /buy a building lot In thegeographical\\ / /heart of the city, and directly on the\\ / /line of the cable extension, for 100 to\ \ / too, according to size and location 1 | I Those who desire to pay cash may do so! 1 I (Those who prefer can pay $25 down and I I I \»l5 each month until paid . for, with/ / \ \ ln terest at bank rates, 7 per cent per// \ \ annum. These lots are now within / / \\ a stone's throw of the Valencia-/ / \\ street cable-cars and the// \y. Mission - street horse- /y N^v&gt;ar line, whlch^x^/ /^oUt^n' /Vis soon to be changed to a cable\\ / And also directly on the line of the\\ //Howard-street cable extension. Th«\ \ / /locality is rapidly building up. It ls\ \ I (perfectly healthy, and there Is no sand. l 1 I (The view Is superb, embracing a pano-l I . l lrama of the whole city and the bay,/ 1 \ While In the distance the high Sierras,/ / With their snow-capped summits, 7 / \\ complete a g...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 7 April 1890
DRY GOODS. CITYOFJ§fPARIS! Outing, Yachting, Tennis. SCOTCH STRIPED TENNIS FLANNELS -■- - ..:.'.. (yard) ; 25c SCOTCH STRIPED TENNIS FLANNELS --- - . . . ... (yard) 35c SCOTCH STRIPED TENNIS FLANNELS -- - (yard) 45c SILK STRIPED CHALLIE FLANNELS - - '-'" - - .... (yard) 7£c SEASHORE AND COUNTRY. ; ORNAMENTED ORGANDIE SEASIDE FANS ... (each) 50c and 40c CONFECTION MULL PAINTED PARIS FANS - - - (each) 75c and 60c SILK GAUZE ILLUMINATED FANS ■ -- - -- &gt; (each) - - $1.00 IS atural Wood Mountings. (Laurel, Violet, Ebony, Bird's-eye Willow, Elm, Sandal and Snake Wood). G. VERDIER &amp; GO. — VILLE DE PARIS. Southeast Corner Geary Street and Grant Avenue, S. F. tar Goods delivered In Oakland. Alameda and Berkeley, Express charges tre_._gjg Special Bargain Day Friday, April I Ith. MOTTO—" and Reliable Goods Sold as Cheap or Cheaper than An 7 Other House in the CU7. " G. VEKDIER, Paris. A. FUSE.NOT, San Francisco. apG SuMo 2t ~ : .y^r '-.,- AUCTION SALES. --'---- WF.XDELL ...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 7 April 1890
AUCTION SALES. AT AUCTION! Choice City Properties ! i ....BY THE ... CARNALLFITZHUCH- ' HOPKINS'.''.. CO. : Successors to N. C. Carnall 8c Co (INCORPORATED.) AT THEIR SALESROOM, 624 MARKET STREET, ■-. »-.■-.-* ... . .... Opposite Palace Hotel. THURSDAY, THURSDAY APRII, 10, 1890, AT 12 O'CLOCK M., SHARP. ATTRACTIVE OFFERING. 'i;'. That handsome lot NE. cor. Broadway and Powell St., fronting Powell 77 feet 6 inches, Broadway 85 feet 6 inches and Morey alley 90 feet 6 luehes; covered with stores and tenements; rent $237. can easily be made $300 : N. B. and M. it. is. soon to be changed to cable line, passing along both Broadway and Powell-st. frontages. . INCOME PROPERTY. •:'•' ■ 25x80, south line of Clara St., bet. Fifth and Slim. Two-story double house; rent $15 per mouth. HANDSOME PARK LOT Fronting the Park and cable Una on Oak st, near •Lott, 251110. CHOICE INVESTMENT. Fine location on Fulton St., near Lott, 50x137:6, with two new buildings of 3 elegant French flats \ each, and tw...
FRISCO GETS TWO GAMES. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 7 April 1890
FRISCO GETS TWO GAMES. One by Forfeiture, a Second by Stick-Work. The Colonels and Home Team Play Exciting Ball. Young Lacked Control of the Sphere, Bat Kept the Hits Scattered— Farcical Game at Sacramento. Ten minutes was the time required for playing the game between Oakland and Francisco yesterday afternoon. It was a short battle, and the contestants were Captains Ebright and O'Neil, with John Sheridan as referee, and the hitter's decision gave San Francisco another victory in the championship series. When the. bell was rung for play ."Tip" O'Neil wished to toss for choice of innings, that being the custom between the two clubs last year, when the Colonels were without home grounds. Ebright demurred, claiming that Oaklaud had its own ballpark and that the rule should be enforced which gives the captain of the home grounds tho choice of either going to stick or to field. Sheridan sustained the Frisco leader and ordered Oakland to commence game. O'Neil, as an answer, went to the be...
LEAGUE LINERS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 7 April 1890
LEAGUE LINERS. Improvements in the Stockton Team Suggested. The Cleveland C'.nb May Come to California. Captain Fogarty'i Sensible Idea About Winning Games. San Francisco, similarly to last year, leads the league in the early stages of the season. Stockton, by taking two games from the Colonels and one from Sacramento, landed into second place, and the loss of two games yesterday rendered the Oaklands a poorer third. The Senators are in the tail end, but will not be there long. The record: The trouble yesterday, which resulted in the forfeiture of the game to Oakland, should have never occurred, and the disputed question ought to have been settled long before the clubs appeared on the field. O'Neil was not to blame, as he was simply acting under instructions from bit manager. Robinson maintains that an agreement had been reached between himself and Finn whereby both the San Francisco and Oakland ball parks should be considered homo grounds except when the two cities are pitted again...