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THE MORROW CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890
THE MORROW CLUB. Enthusiastic Meeting of the Con- gressman's Followers. The monthly meeting of the Morrow Club was held at Powell and Union streets last night. The meeting-room was well filled with spectators. There were several speeches besides a flag presentation and excellent music. Senator A. R. Williams, the speaker of the evening, was introduced by President Jackson and made a speech that was received with applause. He spoke of the bright and intelligent young men belonging to tbe club, and thanked them for the honor they had conferred on him. The necessity of two parties was discussed at length, and the superiority ol the principles of the Republican party argued. Ygung men were urged not to be afraid of being called politicians, but to work for tbp principles of the party. The speaker named Blame, Sherman and Allison as the great leaders of the Republican parly, and their names were received with applause. The accumulation of wealth from 1860 to 1880 was cited, and attention...
CLARKE'S CHINESE. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890
CLARKE'S CHINESE. Their Caste Will Mot Be Beard Until (jjjSrfi. July Next. When the habeas corpus cases of Attorney Clarke's Chinese cases were called in the United States Circuit Court yesterday, neither side was ready to argue the weighty question as to whether Chinese gamblers, as subjects of the Emperor of China, are titled to a trial before the Federal courts or not? , • r Judge Sawyer also wished to have the evidence taken in the Police Court produced, and as it was not immediately forthcoming, the hearing was put over for two weeks. As the calendar of the Circuit Court is now.nearly full the continuance virtually extends until the July term.
Police Pension Coinmtf-Sloners. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890
Police Pension Coinmtf-Sloners. The Board of Police Pension Commissioners met yesterday in the old City Hall and retired Sergeant W. D. Hensley and Michael Flannery on half pay. Mrs. Mary Love, ; widow of - Policeman James Love, was awarded $1000, and Mrs. Amelia Michaels a pension of 833 a month. Sergeant Hensley joined the force February 1, 1809, and Officer Flannery has been In the department for twelve years. .
Asking:; for Assistance. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890
Asking: ; for Assistance. Joseph "i Krepp, ; Mayor ot r Parkland, &gt; a suburb of Louisville, Ky., has sent a letter to Mayor Pond, requesting immediate : assistance for sufferers by the recent tornado. The town has only a population of 1000, most of whom are men of only moderate means, who I lost all by the recent disaster, the entire loss by which was | over $100,000. Mayor Krepu states that the residents are sadly in need of all the aid possible.
Bridget Kenne's Will. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890
Bridget Kenne's Will. '. y Judge * Gather -' impanelled : yesterday _ a jury for the trial of a contest of tho will of Mrs. Bridget Keane, who died about a year ago, leaving a $4000 estate to 'her son, Joseph Keane. m The daughter, Mrs. Maurice Hickey, ■ who was &lt; not : mentioned In - the I will, claims | that her mother j was of unsound mind and that her brother exercised undue influence over her. . ■ 7
STUDIES IN HUMAN NATURE. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890
STUDIES IN HUMAN NATURE. Odd Characters Found in the Free Public Library. A Brainy Man With a Stiff Back—Peculiarities of Women Fiction Headers-Scenes at the Newipaper Files. HE study of human nature is one which may be pursued with the least inconvenience to the student, and which returns the most gratifying results to a cultured mind. It differs from other pastime studies, mas much as it requires no apparatus save what nature has endowed every human being with— mental machinery called brains. With a good headful of brains and an inclination to improve the various faculties they contain, any one may become an adept in studying bis fellow-man— his words, his passions, his habits and physical peculiarities, and even his inmost thoughts can be laid bare. All of these are as plain to the scholar of human nature as the passages in a book are to the reader thereof. In following up the calling, also, if such it may be termed, there is no limit to the field of research. One is not obliged ...
CARKIKD OFF A STOVE. • [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890
CARKIKD OFF A STOVE. • Edward McElroy Arrested fur Burglary ' In the First Degrre. Edward McElroy, a young man who has frequently been in the custody of the police, was locked up at tbe Southern Station at midnight on a charge of burglary in the first degree. Charles Coulter of 514 Sixth street reported to the police yesterday afternoon that bis bouse had been entered and a stove, several articles ot wearing apparel and, other articles taken. . Officers Hayden and McMahon were detailed on the case, and last night caught McElroy trying to dispose of a part of the plunder. His accomplices escaped, though they are known and will probably be arrested in time. McElroy is the man who assaulted a police officer and a deputy sheriff who tried to arrest him with a pal" for shop-lifting on Market street during tbe Christmas holidays. - - . _- ■ •
Deaths of a Quarter. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890
Deaths of a Quarter. During the past three months, there have been 1949 deaths in this city. For the quarter ending December 31, 1889, the number was 1468, and for the previous quarter ending on the 30th of SeDteniber, 1301. The total deaths during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1889, was 5170. The more fatal diseases the past three months were: Consumption, 375; pneumonia, 316; heart disease, 145; bronchitis, 91; Bright's disease, . 54; apo- . plexy, 40. There were 23 suicides, 4 homicides, 5- casualties, 1 legal execution and 448 died in public institutions.
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890
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THE THEATERS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890
THE THEATERS. ..The Bostonians Open in " Fati- uilza" at the Baldwin. Hallen and Hart— The Alcsrar's "Sosedale." Camilla Urso's Farewell -A Change. Opera at the Orpheum— Notes. tThe Baldwin's auditorium was well filled to welcome the favorite Bostonians. First nighters were out in force, and besides - these faithful patrons of the theater there were many persons whose faces are not usually seen on sach occasions, and, in fact, who are not habitual attendants at public amusements. This fact would seem to show that the company will have a hitherto reserved force in our community from which to draw support during the season. There was but one fault to find With the arrangements last evening— in raising the curtain. Had it not been lor this, the reception of the singers would no doubt have been much more hearty than that which greeted them on their en- "* ' trance. As it was, Miss Jessie Bartlett . Davis mid Miss Juliette Cordon had a gratifying greeting. vos suite's "fatixitza"— . From...
IN DENS OF SHAME. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890
IN DENS OF SHAME. Horrible Fate of Unfortunate Chinese Slave-Girls. Miss Cable Exposes Seme Repulsive Phases of Mongolian Wickedness— Grave Charges Against the Police. Miss Efuma B. Cable, who is well known for her missionary labors in Chinatown, read a paper at the seventeenth annual meeting of the Occidental Branch of the Women's Foreign Missionary Society of the Presbyterian Church last Thursday at Santa Clara. In the course of her reading she said: "When 1 mention the fact that during the past year I have visited and taught in 132 families you will readily see how impossible it is for one per -.on to devote to each all the time that could be usefully employed. In these families we frequently find three and four wives under the same roof, the practice of polygamy being the rule with such of the Chinese as think they can afford it. In most instances the women are bought in this country in what may aptly be called the open slave market, for there Is no disguise about it at all. The...
An Increase of Capital. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890
An Increase of Capital. The stockholders of the German Savings and Loan : Society met yesterday and decided by unanimous vote of 759 shares represented out of the 800 to increase the capital stock from $800,000 to 51,200,000. I It was announced that this action is desirable because the assets of the bank now amount to nearly $23,000,000. . The new stj&gt;ck, at the rate of half a share for each share vow outstanding, must be subscribed for *tir bofore May Ist. -•;: '■ ■_ ■;.'■-"=' -■"- -■-■■■— ■■•-■'-y--i-.- Frank Stickmao, a railroad contractor of Tacoma,' Wash., was killed last Monday by a kick from his j horse. I He has relatives iv Cameron,- IU. - ' .
FLOODING THE TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890
FLOODING THE TOWN. Thirty-three Holders Arrive From the East. _______ \ Eighteen of Th;_n Captured by the Strikers. A Union-Burster Here— Another Gang Will Soon Start. At daylight yesterday morning the longexpected cang of Eastern molders left the cars at Oakland and fell into the extended , arms of the strikers and the agents of the manufacturers. . There was a lively tussle for the newcomers. President .Valentine's men gathered around them, and in spite of a large force ot special policemen, succeeded in capturing several. They would without doubt have secured a majority of the gang there and then, had not the police driven them back.^BSj§WSK-S€_-iSi Henry T. Scott of the Union Iron and IL Moore of the Risdon works were present, and told the men if they were not willing to work they were not compelled to do so. The strikers' pickets told the non-unionists that if they went to work in the factories controlled by the association they would be cooped up like cattle and at the end of ...
CAMERA ART. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890
CAMERA ART. Fourth Annual Display of the Amateur Photographers. A Handsome Collection of One Thousand Pictures—Auspicious Opening—Stereopticou Views. The fourth annual exhibition of the Pacific Coast Amateur Photographers' Association opened last evening in the rooms of the ban Francisco Art Association, 430 Pine street, under Its auspices, which were decidedly flattering and encouraging to the members, who : have taken such pains to make this display of their work with the camera superior to all preceding exhibitions. In order to accomplish this a score of the most enthusiastic members have worked indefatiguably for days preparing for it. The result of their labors is a collection of handsome photographs of varied subjects such as have never been shown here before. The showing is especially good as regards the variety of processes and coloring. There are nearly a thousand photographs in the collection, which is arranged around the walls of the large exhibition-room of the associati...
Glren Into Custody. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890
Glren Into Custody. George W. Gregory, one of the youths who stole $212 85 from the treasure-box of Wells, Fargo &amp; Co., on the ferry-boat Piedmont, was surrendered by his bondsmen yesterday afternoon, as they feared he would depart for parts unknown. Gregory was found In the corridor of . the New City Hall and taken into custody. His bail was raised from $3000 to $4000.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890
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