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ACROSS THE BAY. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890

ACROSS THE BAY. Committees Announced at the Council Meeting. A Veteran's Trip Across the Continent—Exaggerated Beporls of the "Doom-Sealers." Alameda and Berkeley Notes, The contest over the custody of little Maud Laudon, i years old, occupied the attention of Judge Greene until a lato hour yesterday afternoon. A year ago Judge Greene granted William M. Landon a divorce from ills wife, and awarded the child to the father. The contest at that time was a spirited one, and the Judge in awarding the divorce and child to Landon used severe language to the mother on her conduct as shown by witnesses, and on her own behalf on the witnfess*stand — in effect stating that he did not believe her testimony. The woman seemed to think a great deal of the child, and made a scene when it was taken from her. A few weeks ago she made an application to have the decree modified and allow the child to be placed in her custody or that of her mother, Airs. S. M. dishing, with whom she is now living. In th...

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EVERYBODY'S COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890

EVERYBODY'S COLUMN. Correspondence of Interest to the - General Public. In Everybody's Column The Call will publish short letters from correspondents on topics of interest to the general public. The matter in these communications will represent only the views of the writers. A IteTlewer Reviewed. Editor Vail I note with interest the Standard's editorial review of Professor Huxley's article, "Capital, the Mother of Labor," In its issue of ;March Kith. Able as are some of the arguments with which it endeavors to explain away the apparent misapprehensions under which the scientist is laboring, 1 think it has fallen into the selfsame fault of "quibbling over words." The probability that Professor Huxley instanced regarding tho possible impenetrability of any of the rock in the line of the great St. Gothard Tunnel was merely used as an illustration of the fact that in any such case the value of the expended labor rests entirely on the ultimate completion of the project, in contradiction ...

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LOMBARD STREET. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890

LOMBARD STREET. The (miTorammit Agnin Delay. Ihe Work Of >)r,r.,,| /-it;.-. r A few days ago the authorities at the Presidio were notified not to commence work in macadamizing Lombard street until the city guaranteed to open Van Ness avenue through to the Black Point Reservation and to keep tho old Fort Mason road in repairs. This caused surprise at the Presidio, as after considerable negotiation the city had agreed to grade and sewer the street Since then property-owners have spent $00,000 in Improving the thoroughfare on the understanding that the Government would macadamize it. It is thought that influences opposed to General Miles have caused ; the latest delay. When Mayor Pond was notified of the condition of affairs he wrote a very tart letter to the Secretary of War. telling of the citizens' improvement in advance of the progress of the cily to accommodate the Government and declaring it to be unjust to expect the city to keep in repairs a road that would be almost...

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Jurisdiction Affirmed. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890

Jurisdiction Affirmed. Police Judge Joachimsen held yesterday that lie baa jurisdiction - in the 1 case of Manuel S. Facio and A. S. Meudez, charged with conspiracy at j the instance of A; K." Coney,' the Mexican Consul. It mas argued that the Police Court bad no jurisdiction, and that the matter should be taken before the Federal: courts. . The examination was sot for next Saturday, when the defendant will l answer : the charge I of , attempting Ito blackmail Consul Coney. ' •;

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NATIONALISM. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890

NATIONALISM. Its Followers Giro a Reception at Metropolitan Temple. Last night the Nationalist Club of San Francisco held its sixteenth public reception 'at Metropolitan Temple. Tho seats were well filled, a number in the audience being ladles. , The platform was handsomely decorated with flowers,' natural and artificial, and over the organ was the motto in evergreen letters, "Harmony th* Watchword." • An attractive programme, consisting of music and addresses, was presented. The first number was a solo by the wellknown organist Professor Wilmot, followed by a recitation by Mrs. Reed. A piano solo by Miss Alatie Hildebrandt and a recitation by Walter Louian preceded a brief address by Miss Anna F. Smith of San Diego. She began: "Gentlemen and ladies," and hoped that when nationalism prevailed in all the land war and bloodshed would be unknown. The large audience proved to the speaker that the principles of nationalism had taken hold on the people. The speaker gave an encouraging acc...

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GOOD TKMI'LAKS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890

GOOD TKMI'LAKS. Kct. K. F. >. :-... re of Ilolitria Ad- dresses Ihe I. O. <;. T., No. 801. ' A geuerai temperance meeting, with addresses and appropriate musical selections, was held by International Lodge, No. 291, I. 0. G. T., last evening at Grand Central Hall, corner of Market and Sixth streets. The speaker of the evening was the Rev. E. F. Dinsmoro of Benicia, who spoke mainly ou the work of the Good Templar organization, and dwelt upon the fact that in 1859 this society declared war forever against any form of license to the whisky traffic-, and it was lor the members to main - tain the true principles of the society and assist iv having them carried out. H. U. Matlock, Chief Templar of Athens Lodge, Oakland, then made a few remarks. A new lodge was recently organized by International Lodge at Stanford Hall, corner of Valencia and Mission streets.

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lin Club Election. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890

l_.»heini_in Club Election. The annual election of the Bohemian Club was held yesterday and resulted in the election of the regular ticket as follows: J. M, McDonald, President; James I). Phelan, Vice-President; S. D. Bntstow, Treasurer.; E. li. Poniroy. Secretary; Directors— George W. Granniss, Mounlford S. Wilson, Raphael Weill, Edward W. Townsond, 11. J. Stewart.

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Suinecilnc Whisky Into Jail. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890

Suinecilnc Whisky Into Jail. Sergeant Colby arrested John Andrews last night while he was endeavoring to smuggle a flask of whisky through the grating leading into the City Prison to some friends who were confined below. Andrews was charged with misdemeanor. Will positively cure sick headache and prevent lis return. This ls not talk, but truth. Carter's Little Liver Pills. Uue p. ll a dose. Try them. • Easter Kntektai-smekt Tne members of St. James Parish ate arrauginc for an Easter entertainment, to be held at 2117 Mission street to-morrow evenlne. P.EKT..r.i.\'t: has the only reliable methods to fit defective sight. . 427 Kearny streeL *

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The Klection Lnwi. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890

The Klection Lnwi. The Registrar has received a large quantity of the now books on election laws and is now ready to distribute them on application. .-.-.; .

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890

Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. — i When Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria. ' When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria, When she became Mia, she clung to Castoria, When shehad Children, she gare them CMtoria.' J JIT TuThSa* Wf

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890

A MARVEJU Tl<](*A|V9 Waa used in the enrs s^l»-|{lv)Ui|\ of >lr "- John Genuuill \J_l*\ v-v.^of Mllroy, Mifflin Co., / § nl Ye., -who hod suffered _, ■^ V___ *_JLL» extremely for 1. years • Irom a •S_E»^=Lja_.lKT ■wh.ch she received to the spine. She was a cripple, unable to walk. Before the second bottle of St. Jacobs Oil was exhausted she • was cured. At Druggists xuu Dealers. THE CHARLES A. VOGELER CO.. Baltimore. M Of -l 9ino UgAM 7. '77 -7 V* AUCTION SALES.' ~ CHAS. LEVY, ~~ AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSI OX MERCHA.VT. Salesroom— 636-538 California st. .below Kearny. Bcgular Saiesdays Tuesdays and Fridays, at 10 a. K. THIS DAY. Tuesday April 8, 1890, At 10 o'clock a. M., at Salesroom, 536-888 California Street, below Kearny, . ..I WILL SKI.I. ... TX3C3E3 3i™XTH.IXri , I_ , TTIt._E Carpets, linages, etc., of Seven Houses. • apß lt CIIAS. LEVY. Auctioneer. ' ANNUALSPRINGSALE ______! JeDS ° r ' _V 7 9. t¥?\ WOO HEAD Road and Harness Horses ! AND Work and Draft Horse...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890

; ; MISCELLANEOUS. I / You now have au opportunity to\\ / /buy a building lot la thegeographica\\ / /heart or the city, and directly on the\\ / /line of the cable eiteiuion, for $100 to\ \ , I I*4oo, according, to size and location.! 1 I Those who desire to pay cash may do so I I 1 ITbose who prefer can pay ( 25 down and/ I \ I sls each montb until paid for, with/ / \\ Interest at bank rates, 7 per cent per// \ V annum. These lota are now within / / V \ a stone's throw of the Valencia-/ \\ street cable-cars and the/j/ \\. M Issiou - street horse- // \^\ear line, which l/Jr /^OUT^ //is soon to be changed to a cable\\ / /and also directly on the line of the\ \ //Howard-street cable extension. The\ \ / /locality Is rapidly building up. it ls\ \ J /perfectly healthy, and there is no sand, l 1 I The view is superb, embracing a pano-l I t ' rama of the whole city ami the bay,/ I \ while In the distance the high Sierras,/ / \ With their - capped summits,/ \\complete a grand and beautiful//...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890

- AUCTION SALES. ; .'. : WENDELL EASTON. ' 010. W. rBISK. F. B. WILDS. J At Auction! THIS DAY. TDESDAY.; APRIL 8. 1880, AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON, AT SALESROOM, 618 Market Street, opposite Palace Hotel. CENTRALLY LOCATED HOMES FOR ALL! THIS PROPERTY FRONTS i7tb, Uranus and Minerva Sts., Corbett Road, Park Lane and Olympus St., 18-SOLD BY OHDER OF ADOLPH BUTBO, Esq., BEING TART OF THE PARK LANE TRACT! ' MAP NO. 4, ... ~ -■ „ lOO—IOO CHOICE HOME LOTS Grand View. Excellent Drainage. Are sheltered from the summer winds and fogs. Are upon the warm southern slope of ML Olympus. Are all ready to build upon. Are upon the best cable system in the world. Are hear Buena Vista ami Golden Gate Parks. Are certalu of a very radical advance la price. Are to be sold upon exceedingly liberal terms. J9S-The Mark* t-M. Fxtension will pass near these Choice llouie Lots, and will triple the value in a Khort time. A Golden Opportunity TO INVEST. SAVINGS BANKS are paying hut 4 per cent pit annum interest to depos...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890

____jiVUCTION SALES. R. P. HAMMOND. c, W. McAFEK. A. 3. BALDWIN. V AT AUCTION! THURSDAY, THURSDAY, APRIL 17, 1890, AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON, _A.T SAX.SSKOOM, -10 Montgomery Street. PAiiwra IN SUBDIVISIONS, CONSISTING OF Business and Residence LOTS! INCOME AND SPECULATIVE, Facing the Great Golden Gate Park and fronting on 7th and Bth avenues and C and D streets. AS PER FOLLOWING DIAGRAM: C STREET. •a I*o ' 120 a 1 « 29 28 « » 80 87 g 5 31 26 g • :. • X a 32 25 "la %S~ 33 ' ~~ M »£ „ — — — — — _—^^— '"-""" ___________ , „ jt; £ S »* *>•_» to i■* , r \^ * 5: 35 82 S < S 36 21 SI "37 20 g aS ' 38 19 S "*"S 39" 18 g S *° 17 5 S *1 IB ~s S *» _ IS « s S 43 ~U « H S 4i 13 S - S fr* S tt 12 ■Hi s" X * 0 S *« 11 a* I H " ZI > 3 scoe o 47 10 „ ■-• a * " 120 120_ _S -fe *0 128 24 26 26 100 S* 5 8 . J ■ -a « c 18 8 4 8 ? B * 2 7, ~_ - « » 7 * = - * " ■* o T. « _ 2 __ U. - a M ~ * II w "* "S 71 r* O 15-o>I 5 - o> 6 a 1« , ■• " « H "^O-.O 1 * -'_ '...

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TOOK MORPHINE. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890

TOOK MORPHINE. X Butte Woman Puts an End to Her Career. Neiada Republicans Demand the Free Coinage of Sliver. They Threaten to Bolt If This Congress Does Ret Pass a Bill to That Effect—Attempt to Poison a Rancher. Special by tbe California Associated Press. Butte, April 7.— Delia Scott, a young married woman, who had been too intimate with another man, committed suicide by taking morphine Sunday night to end her troubles. She and her husband drank all day Sunday. At night, when Scott went to bed his wife sent to a female friend for a teaspoonful of morphine, which she must have taken and then laid down beside her husband in bed. He awoke about 7 o'clock this morning and found her breathless form beside him. A Coroner's inquest developed nothing beyond the above facts.

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SACRAMENTO. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890

SACRAMENTO. The Election-Contest Case Dismissed— A Sudden Death— Rrbbed. Sacramento, April 9.— When the case of Nagle vs. Comstock for a recount of ballots cast for Mayor at the late city election was called before Judge Hunt this afternoon, .Sable's counsel read a letter from ex-Mayor Gregory addressed to Nagle stating that he would not accept the office of Mayor if the recount should show lie was elected, and requesting Nagle to ask for a dismissal of the case. W. A. Anderson, plaintiff's counsel, moved that the case be dismissed, in deference to Gregory's request, and Grove Johnson, Cotnslock's counsel, consenting, the Court granted thft motion. At the ranch of William Dixon, near Cosumnes, to-day, bis brother, Michael S. Dixon, died on horseback of heart disease while driving a band of cattle. He had reined in his horse as he felt the attack coming on, leaned forward and died. His body remained in that position until the deceased's nephew and another man approached and lemoved i...

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FREE SILVER COINAGE. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890

FREE SILVER COINAGE. Nevada Republicans Demand the Passage of the Bill. Carson .(Nev.) April 7. — The Carson Appeal, the leading Republican paper of Nevada, advocates an open revolt in 1892 of all States west of the Missouri - River, if a free coinage bill is not passed during the present session It urges that these States should unite and demand absolute tree coinage, or swing out of the Republican line in 1892, leaving the leaders to choose between the support of Wall street or the West. It says: " The silver bills now before Congress are becoming a mystery to the West, and the result Is an uneasy "feeling everywhere that the Sherman jugglery trick maybe repeated. What the Wer>t wants is absolute free coinage and the Appeal believes that the West is strong enough to demand it and enforce it. The Republican party is in power now, and if the West does not get free coinage this session, the Republican party will be held responsible for the repudiation of its pledges, and i...

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HELENA. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890

HELENA. Election of the Democratic Candidate for Mayor— Shooting Scrape. Helena, April The election to-day was quiet and the weather miserable. A blizzard struck the city at noon and again at 3 o'clock, interfering seriously with election work. Bradford (D.) is elected Mayor by 250 and Folk (D.) City Treasurer by 100 majority. The Republicans elect the Police Magistrate and two Aldermen out of eight. Impoi is attached to the result, lor the reason that it is taken as a vindication of the course of the Democratic party io the legislative controversy which caused the deadlock. While this claim is denied, it may be so construed. Disseusions in the Republican party is the real treuble, from the fact that the city was from 300 to 400 Republican on the State election. — This evening a shooting scrape occurred between two gamblers, named McCoy and Turner. The former fired three shots, one inflicting a slight flesh wound. The rowwas over Turner stealing faro chips.

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DETERMINED SUICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 8 April 1890

DETERMINED SUICIDE. A Despondent Yonng Han Blows His Brain Out. Wadsworth (Nev.), April 7. — H. M Geiger Jr., son of Dr. G. M. Geiger, who made himself famous by constructing the justly celebrated Geiger grade which connects with Virginia City, committed suicide here at 7:20 o'clock this morning by blowing his brains out with a 38-caliber Smith & Wesson 5-»hooter. To make sure that the ball would range horizontally, he took a position before a large mirror and gauged accordingly. The bullet passed clear through his head, shattering the bones of the skull and lodged In the wall of the room. The body was found in a pool of blood by an employe who went to call him. When examined by the authorities $600 in gold was found in his hip-pocket The Coroner's jury rendered a verdict of suicide. There is no evidence of any kind to show the cause for the act His parents are highly respectable people residing in Virginia City, where the iemains will be taken for burial.

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