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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890
"' '. -'"■• "7. MISCELLANEOUS. '.'"■'' -•; HOTEL RAFAEL! San Rafael, CaL THE FAVORITE SUMMER RESORT OF CALIFORNIA. Fifty Minutes' Ride From San Francisco. AN ELEGANT FAMILY HOTEL. Service, Table and Appointments Not Excelled • by Any Hotel in the World. CLIMATE PERFECT. NO FOGS. THIS DELIGHTFUL HOTEL HAS BEEN doubled in capacity, and many improvements have been added fur the comfort aud amusement of guests. an Otis Passes-orb Ei.kvatoe has Lately Hicks Put in ; over 40 elegantly appointed pnMl bath-rooms and 60 private bath-rooms have been added. A large, well-ventilated stable, with 40 roomy stalls, has just been built, and will be conducted by the hotel management. KATES— S3 per day and upward; 1 17 50 per week and upward, according to room. Special rates by the mouth. W. E. ZANDER, Manager. iarlS SnTnTh3p LADIES Who Value a Refinad Complexion MUST USE warn% MEDICATED COMPLEXION iliin^ gm!lgila "'^ J li^li , POWDER. It Imparts abrilliant transparency to trie Skin. Removes all pimp...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890
LIST OF RBDDGTIONS AT THE • - GOLDEN IDLE BAZAAR ! Chiidren'starriages ClWsJarriaps Battan body, canopy top, galvanized wheels - and springs formerly $6, now $3 85 Rattan body, upholstered In ramie, canopy top. steel springs. .formerly $10. now $5 60 Hood top, rattan body. in cretonne wire or wood wheels formerly $10, now $8 95 Rattan body, canopy top, galvanized wheels, - extra size formerly $8 50, now $6 90 Rattan body, upholstered In American dam- ' ask, canopy top, formerly (10 50, now $7 40 Fancy Rattan body, upholstered in ramie, canopy top formerly $10, now $7 80 Rattan body, new pattern, upholstered in'' 3 damask, plush roll, formerly $11, now $8 60 Hood top. rattan body, upholstered in damask,steel springs, formerly $12 50, now $9 50 Rattan body, upholstered in fine silk plush, canopy top. formerly $1 1 50, now $» 90 Rattan body, upholstered In ramie, plush roll, canopy top (this combines a carriage, cradle and crib) formerly $13 50, now $10 30 Battan body, upholstered in d...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890
.'.-.. AMUSEMENTS. -V — -~-- -'-- — : r— -~ ~~ — ■ — -~ v ALCAZAR THEATER. ; WALLENROD st STOCK WELL... :....... '.Manager* Tills (Tuesday) Evening', : April Bth, , EVERY NIGHT THIS WEEK I ~y— Last Week of— .... JOsTßT^mSMElTaniirpTl^^ Spectacular Production of Lester Wallace's Military Drama, I rosedale: - — i " THE VETERAN GUARD, G. A. R.," Department of California, Appearing Every Evening and at tbe ■, -MATINEE SATURDAY !- Evening Prices— '-Jsc, 50c and 75c. Next AVeek-KATTIE EMMETT In her Great Play, - THE WAIFS OF NEW . YORK! BALDWIN THEATER. MR. AL nAYMAN..;...;.....Le_-see and Proprietor MR. ALFRED 80UV1E8.... Manager j Only Engagement Here This Season of the Famous _ BOSTONIANS ENGLISH OPERA COMPANY. • Karl, Barnabee At Mac Donald, Proprietors. To-night (Tuesday)— The Success of Last Season, PYGMALION AND GALATEA Wednesday TROVATORE Thursday BOHEMIAN GIRL Friday ....MIGNON Saturday Matinee FATI V Saturday Kvexix.i THE MUSKKTEKRS Next Week— Monday anil Thursday Ev*ga and Satu...
REMOVING A FENCE. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890
REMOVING A FENCE. Discussion Regarding the One Around Portsmouth Square. The Supervisors Receive a Complaint Against Charles Alpers-A Saving in Water rills Suggested. The "Solid Nine" was not present in its entirety at last night's meeting of the Board of Supervisor-., and the few who attended the session found themselves unable to navigate the frail bark upon which they Have been sailing under the captainship of Supervisor Harry, He was absent throughout the evening, and his colleagues sadly felt the need of bis assistance several times. For the first time since the present board assumed office, the minority, consisting of Supervisors Ellert, Boyd and Wright, had . things their own way. The vote of at least one of these was needed for any "Solid Nine" proposition and this, of course, they could not obtain. Mayor Pond presided. Two lengthy additional protests were received from property-owners against the paving of Railroad avenue, and both were referred to the Street Committee. A p...
FEMALE UNEMPLOYED. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890
FEMALE UNEMPLOYED. A Delegation Visits the Mayor to Solicit His Influence. Mayor Pond received a visit yesterday morning from twenty women, most of whom until recently have been employed making clothing for the army. They desired the Mayor to use bis Influence in obtaining work for them and he promised to do all in his power. - One of the delegation expressed the sentiment that the condition of the working classes would always be miserable while unrestricted immigration existed. She considered Japanese cheap labor as bad as Chinese, with which the Mayor agreed. Ihe women decided to formulate a petition for assistance for the founding of a nome for working women, where all kinds Jf needle and laundry work can be performed. Warned by a Dream. -_\ -,* ■ Justice Hebbard gave judgment for the defendant yesterday in the suit of G. A. Stevens vs. Philip Pipher. guardian of C. A. Pipher. The plaintiff Is a real ': estate agent, and conducted negotiations for the exchange of Mrs. Jaue A. Bu...
THE BLYTHE CASE. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890
THE BLYTHE CASE. A Sealskin Cloak Was Charged to "Miss Dickason."-. In the Blytlie case yesterday,', Alice Edith Blythe testified in rebuttal, and in reply to Mr. II ighton's questions denied that she had told Mr. Varney that Mr. Blythe thought more of Florence than of herself, never having had reason to say so. She remembered when the Public Administrator's attorney, John A. Wright, called at 27 Geary street, and the desk was sealed. Mrs. Gutierrez, Miss Moss aud Mrs. Eggleton were there, but no one referred to her as Mr. Blythe's housekeeper iv her presence. On April 5, 1883, she was dressed in a black dress, and had on a black skirt loaned by Mrs. Gutierrez, and a black sacque. She did uot state to Captain McDonald that she had given a Chronicle reporter an account of Mr. Blythe's death, or that it was substantially correct, nor did she give a reporter any account. Mr. Estee did give au account, and warned her not to speak to reporters, for he would answer them. She did not see C...
COX WORSTS DELMAS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890
COX WORSTS DELMAS. The Jury Returns a Verdict ror 833,863 for the I'luiniiir. The jury in the suit of Jerome B. Cox vs. D. M. lielmas was charged yesterday morning by Judge Shatter, who occupied over -naif an hour in delivering the instructions to the jurors. The Court charged In effect that when an attorney purchases claims against his client during litigation, and obtains an assignment of judgment to be rendered, the burden of proof is on him that the entire transaction was fair and that be took no advantage of his client ; that when au attorney takes an absolute assignment of a claim which would vest title in him. if he be a third party to it, if he had taken any unfair advantage of his client in any wayit would be considered that he had taken it for his client, and he could not hold it as against bis client, except it might be looked upon as security for advances mado to his client, with interest, etc. •' When the jury retired it took with it nineteen special issues prepared by ...
THE PRIZES AWARDED. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890
THE PRIZES AWARDED. Vnlunble Contribution to Road-Making Literature. Now that highway improvement is getting so much attention in many parts of the country there is a special timely interest in the contribution to the literature of road-making by The Engineering and Building Record of New York. That journal offered some time ago cash prizes for essays on road construction and maintenance; as a result received twenty-one papers on the subject. The prizes have just been awarded by a committee to S. C. Thompson, New York; 1. T. Pope, Austin, Tex., and John P. Pritchard.Qulucy, Mass. The three essays given prizes are being published in full, several others which received honorable mention are to be given in abstracted form, and, finally, it is announced that the Awarding Committee will give a criticism upon the whole. The members of this committee, Francis Collingwood, Edward P. North and James Owen, are civil engineers of high standing, with special knowledge of road-making, and their ...
James Wllley Again. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890
James Wllley Again. Eugene Gautier was looking for Assistant Prosecuting Attorney McKeo of Police Court 1 yesterday to obtain a warrant for the arrest of James Willey, the real estate man, on a charge of threats to kill and battery. Willey Is the man who shot and seriously wounded his wife about eighteen months ago because she left him for Gnutier. She has not been living with him for some months, and although she had him arrested recently for threatening to kill her, as usual in such cases she would not prosecute the case. Mrs. Willey and Gautier were walking along Market street, near Fifth, yesterday afternoon; when the husband came behind them and struck Gamier on the head. Willey then jumped on a passing car and escaped, but not before threatening " to fix" Gautier inside of a few hours.
Bays It Wm Fixed. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890
Bays It Wm Fixed. The complaining witness in the case of Mrs. Frances A. Banning, principal of the Sanchez-street Primary School, charged with battery in having beaten a pupil of the name of Charles Vandenbos with a rawhide recently, appeared yesterday In Police Court 1 and asked that the case be dismissed. Prosecuting Attorney Dunn would not consent to this, and stated he believed that the matter had been amicably arranged out of court. For that reason the trial was set for next Monday. Mrs. Banning surrendered herself Saturday afternoon at the City Prison, deposited $20 bail and went home.
Amusement for an Arizonlan. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890
Amusement for an Arizonlan. J. D. Mullen, who says he came here from Mexico, could not resist the temptation of discharging his revolver yesterday morning on Broderick street, near Geary, where lie lives. His plan of amusement was to run out upon the sidewalk, discharge the wein on, and then retreat into the house immediately. This he repeated frequently, to the great annoyance of the police officers, who at last watched for him and placed him under arrest for discharging firearms within the city limits and carrying a weapon concealed.
Celebrating Unr Release. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890
Celebrating Unr Release. Julia Peschong, who was released yesterday from the County Jail, went on a spree immediately after her release and drove her hand through a window on Sacramento street, near Montgomery. Her wrist was severely cut by the glass, and after it had been dressed at the City Receiving Hospital she was taken to the prison downstairs on a charge of drunkenness.
A Religious Maniac. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890
A Religious Maniac. Joseph Lafleur, a German fresco painter, residing at 608 j Fourth street, was sent to the Agne Asylum &gt; for . Insane yesterday for religious : mania. Acting under a communication from on : high, as be said, be went into St. Boniface Church and, refusing to leave, was finally ejected by au officer. : l g TfflTT_'TTTTriT_lHfTTrriil_tTTVli JllltmiiUlimr
BUTTERFLIES AND ROSES [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890
BUTTERFLIES AND ROSES The Summer Is Coming In, Loudly Sings the Cuckoo. Easter It Here and the Spring Dress Walks the Land— The Summer Girl to Fat on Her Dora Copperfleld Bonnet. Fashion Letter to The Morning Call, The summer girl is going to look like a maid of ancient Athens when in a gown of sheer white wool, girdled at the waist and clasped on the shoulder, she twists her hair in a loose classic knot thrust through with an antique gold hair-pin and adjusts esthetically in place a little toque ala Grecque made of three fillets of gold libbon, jeweled and embroidered with a puff of white tulle to fill the crown and iv front a butterfly such as Cupid might have chased, with wings of gold and gauze, fluttering down from the bands to her bright hair. The summer girl will look very demure and coquettish behind her loose flawing veil. In the morning you will meet her in a wide, flat hat of black straw, simple as a school-girl's, with a bunch of black tips at the back, a band of gold ti...
LOAL LEGION. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890
LO\AL LEGION. Celebration of the Twenty-fifth Anniyerflnrr at Philadelphia. On the 13th, 10th and 17t!i inst. will he celebrated at Philadelphia tho twenty-filth anniversary of the Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States, which was instituted on the 15th of April, 1805.' the memorable day on which President Abraham Lincoln was assassinated, thus making the order a living memorial to the love felt by all true citizens, and especially by the army and navy, for a pure-minded man, the chief of the nation, whose aim in life win the preservation intact of' the union of the American States. The Loyal Legion is really the first organization formed of veterans of the Northern army and navy, antedating the Grand Army of the Republic, very largely built upon tlie plan of the Loyal Legion, though the latter limits its membership to veteran officers of the regular and volunteer army, the navy and marine corps, and to their iirst in the male line of inheritance. The order has been...
I. ... j:<'- for It-juries. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890
I. ... j:&lt;'- for It-juries. Anton Jensen has filed a complaint In the Superior Court against the Fort Bragg Redwood Company for §50,000 damages for personal injuries. Tho plaintiff, while a seaman on the steamship Emily, on November "th, 1889, had his collar and hip bones broken by tailing piles at the wharf at Fort Bragg. Bernard Mooney has filed a complaint for personal injuries air..inst Senuett, Miller &amp; Co., and asks $10,240 damages. Plaintiff was stevedore for the company on February 3d last and while assisting in unloading coal from tho bark Ailonby a bucket of eoa was emptied ou him, permanently disabling him.
Christian Iti ui.inc's Will. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890
Christian Iti ui.inc's Will. A' petition has been filed for the probate of will of Christian Bruning. The estate comprises a saloon business, a half interest in a Weiss-beer brewery, and notes, shares and money, in all $1005. The widow is left a half-interest in the saloon and also onehalf of ' the interest in the brewery, nnd an income. The remainder is bequeathed share and share to the children— Doretha, Pauline and Julia. The stepchildren, Emilia and Leonora Walker, are bequeathed SO each. K9
The Cnllahnn Divorce law. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890
The Cnllahnn Divorce law. The suit for divorce of Police _ Officer Charles C. Callahan against Slary TV Callahan is lending before Judge Rearden. The wife is charged with intemperance and she accuses him of cruelty. She ,further charges him with having induced her laudlady to eject her for. non-payment of rent last Saturday. .