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Colusa Canal. .. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890
Colusa Canal. .. California Harbor, No. 13, American Brotherhood of Steamboat Pilots, has passed resolutions condemning the irrigation canal now being constructed In the central irrigation district of Colusa County to take water from : the Sacramento River as lt is thought that the project will Injure the river. : A committee has been appointed to take steps to secure an injunction to prevent the further . prosecution of the work : until the matter can be finally settled by the Government.
THE STOCK MAKKET. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890
THE STOCK MAKKET. The opening of the week was not particularly brilliant yesterday. Trade in the first - session showed a further falling off and Alpha Con. called on the stockholders for 26c a share. The market was generally firm, however, and most of tho Cornstocks sold from 5c to HOC over Saturday's closing quotations. Potosl sold at $6 75(33 80 and Chollar at »3 80@3 90, but trading In both stocks was very light compared with the business of the past tea days. The tone continued firm in the afternoon call. Chollar and Potosl advanced to $4 under Increased trading. Union sold up to «3 and Sierra Nevada to t_ 85. The other Comstocks showed less variation, and Chollar and Potosl were the only stocks in which the trading was at all large. The appreciation continued after the call and most stocks closed a shade higher, as will be seen below. : : ___MM--4HBM__________l Local securities were more freely dealt In than for some days. Electric Light advanced toslßV* There was a fractional...
Three Policies Returned. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890
Three Policies Returned. Judge Huge rendered judgment yesterday in favor of Annie E. King and | against the executors of the estate of ■■ Kate D. McLaughlin for 815,600 on policies of life insurance. It seems that the plaintiff's husband, James 1,. King, bought certain r real estate from Charles • McLaughlin, |in September, 1879, giving | in | exchange some real estate and assigning, to be returned, three policies of insurance on his life. The action was to ' secure the return of these policies, ........
HOTEL ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890
HOTEL ARRIVALS. LICK HOCSE. J Murch, Callstoga ' Mrs G G Berry, Tombstne 11 F Wright, Santa Cruz Miss Ellis, Tombstone YV Zlock. Illinois . DrW Allen, Bowlder Crk I: T Dlnsmore, Benicla s H Burnham, Mtllamltn Mrs W B Chamberlain, EE Barnard, Mt Hamtltn Reno T H Thompson, Tulare H B Tuttle, Vallelo A /inker, Merced T w Downing, Nw Bdrrd O Smith * f, St Helena T A Schneider A w, Col- I" L Montague, Sn Rafael lege Park . Miss Blackly, Conn Mrs T Van Leecht, Ala- R Bancroft. Merced ■ ineda , J R Asbbrook, Tehama Mrs Brangor, Alameda . A F Smith, Los Angeles C E Babb, San Jose J Bey, New York OCCIDENTAL HOTEL. Capt B Clarkson, Loomls Miss M Frye. Tucson w H McDonald, Boston 8 C Rogers, Tennessee Marie S McDonald, Bostn| W H Mitchell. Tulare 11 c Barnabee A sr, Bostu D U Jarvis, Snta Barbara E W Hod * w, Boston H C GoodyearAw, Wlntrs Jessie B Davis, Boston T L Gray A w, LakeviMe Juliette Cordon, Boston Mrs A A Claud, Nw York Charlotta Maronda, E B Preston. Chicago £ Cowles, Boston J R McD...
SUMMARY OF THE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890
SUMMARY OF THE MARKETS. Wheat in demand Barley advanced sharply. ' Oats strong. Cora and Kyc unchanged. Boa and Middlings higher. Nothing new in Beans. Oilcake Meal marked downHay steady. Potato market overstocked. Onions scare and higher. Butter dull and weak. Eggs lower again. Poultry and (lame nominal. Foreign Lemons arriving freely. Asparagus declined. Hides show some changes. Tallow tending downward. English Wheat Market. losbox, April 7, No reports. Holiday in England. New York Markets, r New York, April 7.— The market opened dull and weak this morning. .The declines were: Missouri Pacific (ji. Northern Pacific preferred %, Or egon Transcontinental -"ii, Union Pacific IV*. In the afternoon there was a slight rally, and Union Pacific recovered two points. The market closed dull. 'total sales 112,313 shares. New Yoke, April 7.— United States Bonds: 4's, 122; -l\7_'n, 104: Northern Pacific, 81; Canadian Pacific, 72: Central Pacific, 33 Vi; Union Pacific, 62; Atchison. Topeka and ...
SIN AND TIDE TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890
SIN AND TIDE TABLE. In racine Standard Time. Computed by Tikmu Tbsnest, Chronometer and Instrument Maker, 18 Market street. £ H.W. p Small. L.W. Small. H.W. Large. L.W. Large. -£-a 8 2.30 pi 9 3.43 P! 10.... 5.09 Pi 11.... 6.36 P! 12.... 7.44 pj Large. 13.... 8.3. p.' 14.... 9.15 PI 7.35 pm 0.47 am 7.37 a 8.21 PM 1.20 am 8.30 a 9.21 PM 2.03 AM 9.33 a 10.36 PM 2.67 AM 10.40 a 0.00 am 4.13 am 11.53 a Small. 0.03 AM 6.50 am 1.01 r 1.26 am 7.17 am 2.1). p
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. For Late Shipping Intelligence see Eighth Page. Arrived. Monday, April 7. Stmr Newport, Edwards, 38 hours from Eel River; mdse, to Goodall, Perkins &amp; Co. Stmr National City, Koenlg, 22 hours from Humboldt; 300 M ft lumber, to C A Hooper &amp; Co. Stmr Greenwood, Lund, 15 hours from Whitesboro; 73 M ft lumber, to L E White. Stmr Walla Walla. Wallace. 77 hours from Victoria, etc.; pass and mdse, to Goodall, Perkins &amp; Co. Schr Maxim, Peterson, 40 hours from Caspar; 140 M ft lumber, to Caspar Lumber Co. Schr Jennie Griffin. Low, 8 hours from Point Reyes; 100 bxs butter, to Shattuck, Kowalsky &amp; Co. Stmr Eureka, Smith, Wilmington; Goodall, Perkins &amp; Co. Cleared. Monday, April 7. Stmr Empire. Butler. Nanaimo; R D Chandler. Nic bark Bundaleer, Williams, Nanaimo; &amp; D Chandler. Baik Southern Chief, Rains, Nanaimo; John Rosenfeld's Sons. Sailed. Monday, April 7. Stmr Coos Bay. Nicholson. Fort Bragg, etc....
OCEAN STEAMERS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890
OCEAN STEAMERS. Dates of Departure From San Franolieo. Destination. Sails. Whk» irexa pan reuro I Apr 9, »am ' miwy 3 ameda.... Australia Apr 9, 2pm Oceanic rona .... [Humboldt Bay.. Apr 9, 9am Hrtw'y I iiiiona .San Diego J Apr 10,11 Itdw'y'J alia Walla Vie &amp; I*«t Sound Apr 10, 9am IMw'j 1 lumbia.... Portland Apr 10.10 am Spear liametteV Yaqulna 8ay.... Apr 10, spm tf«aw'l4 '9 Angelas. San Pedro Apr 12. Ham Bdw'y'J ty Sydney. Panama Apr 12 12m rMS S imbotut... Humboldt Bay*. Apr 12, OaMlWashin nlnof Cal. Portland Apr 14.10 am i Spear ixlco San Diego Apr 14.11 am | lids'? 3 Pueblo. j Vie* Pgt Sound Apr 15, 9AMißdw'yl ©ante China* Japan.. Apr 15. 3pm|PM4 8 departure of Australian steamer depends on the rgllsh malls. . . -
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890
: V PIANOS. VIOLINS. ETC. .. i SACBI FICEO — ELEUANtTTaN'O.^CPRIGHT; also tine parlor set, in whole or part. Address A., Box 86, Call Branch Office: no agents, apB 2t* lI C II PIANOS, NEW ; ALSO iCN ABE and Stelnway uprights. $150 and $275. J. KEEI sole agent, 10 .9 Market St. ap7 7t» J HEWING CO.'S PIANO DEPARTMENT; SPE" • clal bargain; 1 square piano, Arlon, fine tone, first-class order, $175; 1 square Hazleton, worth $200, $126; call early; by so doing you can secure a great bargain. Address G.C. Munson, Piano Department of J. DEW CO.. 813 Market. 8. F. 6tf ainr ONE LARGE SIZE UPRIGHT PIANO, Cl 4 O. 71 3 octave: very little used; Oilman, maker. XV. G. BADUER. 725 Market. apl 7t (JO- f\ ONE NEAKI.', NEW S«UARE-GRAND' «p .-SUV. _ strings, 715 octave: Stelnway A Sons, makers. W. O. BADGER, 725 Market. apl7t &lt;__.'_&gt; ONE NEARLY NEW PIANO, 71.3 OCvP_Z.OV. tave: Chickerlng A Sons, makers, XV. li. BADGER, 725 Market. apt 7t 1 th ONE~71 3 -OCTAVE PIANO; BEEN IN flplu...
ROWING AND BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890
ROWING AND BOXING. Meeting of tlie Pacific Rowing Association. Alpine Athletes Who Will Have a Crosscountry Ban Next Sunday— Wild-Pigeon Shooting— Fisticuffs. The Pacific Rowing Association held a meeting hist evening at 706 Powell street, (he Alpine Athletic Club's headquarters. There were present representatives from the Ariel, Alpine, Dolphin, Pioneer and Lurline clubs. 11. Uerengil presided and H. O'Farrell acted as Secretary. The constitution, which was revised at the last meeting, was adopted. K. Christie of the Uriels applied for reinstatement into the amateur ranks, and his case was referred to the Investigating Committee, composed of P. 11. McDonnell, i.. .1. Calvin and U. O'Farrell. One hundred copies of the constitution were ordered printed, the work to be done by a union printer. Messrs. Calvin, Rothkopf, Frauk, Espy and Flanders were appointed a Committee on Picnic and Regatta. i lie South End Club was not represented at the meeting by a delegate. The matter of classify...
ST. JOHN'S CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890
ST. JOHN'S CHURCH. Annual Election of Officers Now Church and (.'lmpel. The annual meeting for the election of the vestry of St. John's Episcopal Church was held at the church, corner of Fifteenth aud Valencia streets, last evening. . The meeting was called to order by the pastor. Rev. Dr. Spaulding, and he was elected Chairman, aud E. W. Linforth Secretary for the evening. A letter was read from S. S. Culverwell asking that his name bo not used as a vestryman for the coming year. It was then moved that the vestrymen for the past year be re-elected with Joseph li. Crockett to fill the vacant place of Mr. Culverwell. The voting was unanimous, and the following are the vestry for the coming year: Judge F. IV. Van Reynegom, Judge B. McKinue, Richard Burr, T. Richards, T. U. Etch-' bautn, T. W. Parkhurst, E. W. Linforth. James Rolph, H. T. Williams, Jackson AlacNeill, J. D. P. Teller and Joseph B. Crockett. The report of the Treasurer showed the receipts for the year to be $8110 10 and ...
COLLEGE OF PHARMACY. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890
COLLEGE OF PHARMACY. Opening of the -Eighteenth Annual Lecture Section. The eighteenth annual lecture session of the California College of Pharmacy opened last night with a large attendance in the lecture-room of the college at 113 Fulton street. President Dr. Melvin introduced Hon. Horace Davis, President of the University of California, who had prepared an address on "Systematic Study." Mr. Davis caught the attention of the students at the outset by declaring that he did not indorse Shakespeare's advice, "Throw physic to the dogs." In noting the difference between knowledge acquired iv the diug-s tore and the college, he referred to the progress of this age in providing technical schools in not only pharmacy, but iv many other branches oi materia uiedica and surgery. "The technical schools in Germany," he said, "were established fifty years ago, and their effect is now beiug felt in that country to sndi an extent in science and manufactures that France and England tire being left ...
TIUEH OF THE ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890
TIUEH OF THE ARMY. Men With Six Months to Serve Who Will Rot Ke-Knllftt. In view of the pending change of stations of cavalry and artillery regiments' now serving in the Division of the Pacific, a special order has been issued from army headQuarters giving the names of enlisted men who will have six months or less to serve on the change of stations, and who, not intending to re-enlist, will be left at their present stations for transfer to organizations to arrive thereat. Of men in the Second Cavalry there are named two privates of the band, a Sergeant and a blacksmith and eieven privates at Fort Walla Walla, Wash. ; a Sergeant and one private at Fort Sherman, Idaho; a Sergeant, farrier and three privates at Boise Barracks, Idaho; a Corporal, trumpeter ana two privates at the Presidio; a ' Sergeant, trumpeter, blacksmith and two privates at Fort Lid well, Cal. Of the Fourth Cavalry, a Sergeant, two Corporals, one saddler and five privates at Fort Bowie; three Sergeants and forty-fou...
Base-Bull at Oakland. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890
Base-Bull at Oakland. The Oakland Base-Ball Grounds will be dedicated to-day by a game between the Oaklands and Friscos. Play will be called at 3 o'clock. Following is the make-up: Oaklands. Position. San 1 raiirlr.cos. Cobb Pitcher Lookabaugh Lobmaa Catc&amp;er .speer Isaacson First base Sweeney McOonald Second haw , Shea N. O'-Seil. Third base Iliichan Stiekney Shortstop... .- Ebright lJuiigan .tight Belli Steveiu Hill Center Held Hauler 0. OWeill Left tiet.l Le y
.A I'r. ,_;. r..im I'ulil. rTI.. v , _.. ■ . __ _ [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890
.A I'r. ,_;. r..im I'ulil. rTI.. v ,_.._ _.. ■ . __ _ me Health officials were notified yesterday of a nuisance on Polk -Street, between Golden Gate avenue . and Turk ' 'street, caused by a pool of sewerage water in the rear of a Chinese laundry. The pool is thirty or forty feet in diameter and about' six feet deep and was excavated two years ago for a building. The excavation has been filled with filthy water since last fall and is breeding disease. Says the Burbauk Times: A large number of the settlers about Troplco hail, formerly, from Lima, Ohio. An irreverent chap speaks of them, therefore, as Lima bein's.