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Page 2 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 9 April 1890
— I !!!■ Ill— M— ne_».| W |. !■!■ I.IIMMM — — !■ I I ■ 11. I _t AMUSEMENTS. BALDWIN THEATER. MR. AL HAYMAN Lessee and Proprietor MR. ALFRED BOUVIER. . . . Manager Only Engagement Here This Season of the Famous BOSTONIANS ENGLISH OPERA COMPANY. Earl, Barnabee A Mac Donald, Proprietors. To-nicht (Wednesday), With an Extraordinary Cast— First time here by the Bostonians, - . TROVATORE. Thursday... -BOHEMIAN GIRL Friday MIGNON . Saturday Matinee. FATINITZA SatC-Sday -Kve.vlno THE MUSKKTEKRS Next Week— and Thursday Ev'gs and Saturday Matinee— First lime here, the brilliant Spanish opera. DON QUIXOTE Tuesday— FKA DIAVOLO. Wednesday— THK POACHERS. Saturday ■ Evening-PYUMALION AND GALATEA. Seats for Roth Weeks Now- Ready. Evenings— SOC. 75c, tl. (I 50. Matinees— 75c.fi. -..■■■ ■ ■ JEW BUSH-STREET THEATER. '. M. B. LEA VITT ..;....... . ....Lessee and Proprietor J. J. GOTTLOB Manager TniS AFTERNOON AT 8. TO-NIGHT AT 8. THE POPULAR COMEDIANS, . EAIjIi^J AND _Et [A.^.rC (Under the Managoment o...
RUSSIA'S CURSE. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 9 April 1890
RUSSIA'S CURSE. Acts for Which Children Are Pro- uouncctl Political Criminals. 2ae. Tshebrikevi's Letter That Played So Prtniiccnt a Part in th 9 Recent TJatversity Disturbances. In recent dispatches from St. Petersburg have been repeated allusions to the letter of Mine. Tshebrikova, a copy of wliich was sent to the Czar nnd each member of the Ministry. The author, who enjoyed a high reputation in literary circles, is about 50 years of age, and for a score of years has been known extensively on account of her articles on educational subjects and questions concerning women. The brilliant position she occupied has been sacrificed by this one letter. As she had no relations with the revolutionary party her action is all the more remarkable. She composed her letter in Paris, and then boldly took it back . to Russia, caused it to be delivered and awaited the result. Shu was, of course, arrested aud thrown into prison. The most important sections of this now historical missive are as foll...
FISH AND GAME. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 9 April 1890
FISH AND GAME. Protecting Striped Bass — Quail From Chile and Australia. The usual monthly meeting of the members of the Fish Commissioners was held yesterday afternoon at the office of the late Labor Bureau, ou Sutter street, there being present I. Downey llardey,in the chair, and ex-Senator Itoutier of Sacramento. The report from I. E. Woodbury, Chief of Patrol, was read, and speaks of good work done by the deputies during the last four weeks. Special efforts having been put forth to stop the taking of small fish by Chinese and others. Frequent raids had been made on the Bay of South San Francisco, but having been conducted in rowboats, it was a matter of some difficulty to overhaul the Chinamen's junks. The employment of a steam-launch was suggested as the only way of successfully catching these pirates. Attempts had also been made to check the illegal catching of trout. Only one arrest was reported for the month in connection with deerskins from which evidence of sex had been re...
THE OBEKMAN GIRLS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 9 April 1890
THE OBEKMAN GIRLS. One Is Sent to the County Jail and the Oilier to a I'.eformatory. Maggie Obernian was committed to the County Jail yesterday by Judge Rix for sixty days and her sister Mamie, a child of 13, to the Boys' aud Girls' Aid Society. The story of their wrong-doing had been pre viously told in court. While the audience was leaving Morosco's Theater on Monday evening Maggie and her brother were fighting furiously for the possession of little Mamie, who had been taken from her mother at 1720 Market street by the elder sister, who, it Is said, is leading a life of shame. Officer O'Shea interfered, and, after a struggle, succeeded In carrying Mamie away from the crowd which had mobbed him. But Mamie did not wish to return home, and so her mother appeared in court yesterday, demanding her from legal custody. At this point in the court proceedings Officer Ilolbrook intervened and stated that the mother has been iv the habit of becoming drunk aud neglecting her children on the o...
THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 9 April 1890
THE MAILS. Those for Australia Will Be on Hand to Be Sent Away To-day. } Ihe Postofflce authorities received information yesterday that the Australian mails passed through Ogden on Monday evening and will be on hand to leave by the steamer Alameda to-day. The railway mail service authorities wish to Impress upon those who send letters or other mail matter to (Oregon, Washington, Idaho and other northern points, that the mail for those points closes at the San Francisco office at 4:30 o'clock each afternoon. Mall placed in the office later than that time is compelled to lie over oue day.
t-liangpH In th-» Police. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 9 April 1890
t-liangpH In th-» Police. Officer James H. Helms of the arbor Police has been promoted to the position of Sergeant, made vacant by the retirement of Sergeant Hensley. Helms has been on the Harbor Police about seven years, and has proved a most capable and efficient officer. He has acted In Henslsy's place during the latter's absence on account ol sickness. Officer Thomas P. Ellis of Company B, Captain Short's watch, has been transferred to Company C, Captain Dunlevy's watch, and will hereafter do duty on the city front, John J. Morlarlty, a cooper, living at 18 Bryant avenue, has been appointed a patrolman.
A Contract l_.«st to Sfghr. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 9 April 1890
A Contract l_.«st to Sfghr. Suit has been begun by Joseph Pool against George Wilson to recover 831,200, the value of a contract which Pool says the defendant converted to his own use by obtaining possession of the same through fraud. Under this contract Pool avers he was entitled to receive $31,250 out of the issue of 6 per cent bonds of the Mexican Pacific hallway, but that Wilson represented to him that he had obtained a purchaser for the contract, and Pool having sent it to him, has never again seen it.
Letters of Aflmlntntrntion. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 9 April 1890
Letters of Aflmlntntrntion. George C. Webber has applied for letters of administration on the estate of Sarah A. Webber, which is valued at SHOO. Clara Josephine Thoroen applied for letters ou the estate of John G. Thoreeu, valued at $3250. J. Kdwin Hollingsworth has asked for letters on the estato of George Hollingsworth, which Is worth 812,000.
CONDITION OF TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 9 April 1890
CONDITION OF TRADE. Importers and Jobbers Report a Fair Average Business. Increased Exports— Influx of Potatoes. Ihe Ccffee Trade- Advance in Grain. Dairy Products Lower. There is very little to be said of trade this week. The local bank exchanges were $17,379,283, against $16,789,971 for the corresponding week last year. The jobbers report a pretty good interior demand for general merchandise. The grain trade was cut Into by Good Friday, which led the Produce Exchange to follow the example of all other largo commercial cities of the world and adjourn. Money is fairly firm, there being a satisfactory inquiry on commercial and private account. Despite the remarkable rains in January and February, which so retarded business, our exports from this port for the first quarter of 1890 were more than $1,000,000 greater than for the same quarter in 1889, the amounts being respectively $10,743,100 and $9,717,000. MB THE GRAIN MARKET. Cereals are doing very well at present There has been some...
A POINT FOR FLORENCE. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 9 April 1890
A POINT FOR FLORENCE. Her Attorneys Will Introduce New Rebuttal Evidence. In the Blythe case yesterday. Washington Meeks testified in relation to important matters, after which the deposition of Felix Tracy, agent of Wells, Fargo &amp; Co. at Sacramento, was road. lie swore that no money was ever recived from San Francisco by Jerome Deasy from December, 1877, to April, 1878, nor did the books show the name of Thomas U. Wythe as a consignor of a package to Deasy iv that time, although Deasy had testified that Blythe sent him §1000 with which to defeat tho Assembly bill allowing females to sue for alimony without divorce. • The deposition of Jacob Ward Smith set forth that he had known Blythe and had dined, drunk, smoked and talked with htm. Once at (i O'Farrell street Blythe introduced Alice Edith to him as his wife. Frank A. Huntington and his wife, who lived at 6 O'Farrell street when Mrs. Blythe had trouble with a Chinaman, were examined, but they knew nothing which had an...
TRYING THE ACCESSOR!. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 9 April 1890
TRYING THE ACCESSOR!. Walter Flynn Charged With Abetting a Mall-itobbar. Walter Flynn was placed on trial before a jury in the United States District Court yesterday. The charge is that lie received and secreted money, bullion, letters, postal orders and other valuable articles which were forcibly taken from 1). 11. Grey, the United States mail-carrier between Goenr and Junction City, Trinity County, on August G, 1889. Archibald McK^nnon was tried for the robbery aud acquitted, and Eric Ericson, who was afterward arrested for the crime, escaped from the County Jail with other prisoners and is still at liberty. A portion of the booty was found in Flyun's possession and lie was indicted by the United States Grand Jury. The first Witness yesterday was the carrier, I). U. Grey, who testified to the circumstances of the robbery as on the trial of Mr Kiuiion. The robber ordered him to stou and hold up his hands and after a short parley ho complied. Tho man who was masked then made him dra...
Searching fur Relatives. ■»... Tl . t _■ _ .... . [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 9 April 1890
Searching fur Relatives. ■»... Tl . t _■ _ .... . Mayor I'ona received a letter yesterday from M. C. Vandiver of Tate, Pickens County, Ga., asking for information of the whereabouts of bis brother, William C. Vandiver. About twelve years ago lie left home and was heard from in this city and Oregon, where he was in the hotel business. His aged mother is anxious to hear from him. A similar request was made by Thomas Buttier of Osage City, Kans., concerning his son, William Battler, who was in this city two tears ago.
Tax Collections for March. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 9 April 1890
Tax Collections for March. The tax collections for the month of March aggregated $82,928 06, distributed as follows: City and county real estate, (29 ,243 87; city and county personal property, f 7S7B 17; State real estate, $20,008 38; State personal property, $15,iH_2 iiii; poll taxes, $1); bacK tuxes, 1933 fee and commission account, $5125 03; duplicate tax account, 53141; Dupont-street widening tax. $27(5 88.
New Informations. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 9 April 1890
New Informations. District Attorney Page filed informations in the Superior Court yesterday against Max (Jnlocli and James Haley for attempt to commit burglary; Herbert Ltilbrop aud George Wiley, forgery; ltose Cronin, assault with a deadly weapon, and against George Italeigli, embezzlement.
OUTDOOR EXERCISE. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 9 April 1890
OUTDOOR EXERCISE. Banning and Racing on the Bay District Track. Clerks and Students Develop Health and Strength on the Old RaceCourse. "It is a pleasure to me to note that the young men of to-day are appreciating outdoor exercise and are enjoying it with vigor after business hours," said one of the oldest members of the Olympic Club to a representative of The Call. "This first came to my notice last week," he continued, "while I was taking advantage of a little clear sky to drive to the Bay District Track. There I saw Some twenty young men, about 8 o'clock in the evening, racing, running or walking at a brisk gait. Nearly all of them were clad in tights and sleeveless shirts, but the exercise kept them just as warm as though they were wrapped in the heaviest blankets. They presented quite a variety of physiques— tho lean and tall, the short and fat and the compromise of middle weight and height. I absolutely enjoyed the scene, for I said to myself this is something like old Sparta, ...
On Trial for Larceny. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 9 April 1890
On Trial for Larceny. William J, McDonald, a young colored man who plays the piano in a Kearny- street bar-room for a livelinood, was placed on trial yesterday afternoon, before Judge Finn and a jury, on the charge of grand larceny. He Is accused by Edward F. Denny, a soldier, of stealing 3130 from him, while visiting - the Moonlight saloon on February __4tli last. _s . A certain means of happiness, ls to keep Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup In every family. For headache, toothache, earache and backache Salvation Oil Is a certain cure.
An Unsafe Truck-House. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 9 April 1890
An Unsafe Truck-House. At tbe meeting of the Fire Department Committee of the Supervisors yesterday afternoon Chief Scaunell reported that .he house of Truck 1, on O'Farrell street, is in an unsafe condition by reason of excavations for a building adjoining. The committee Instructed the Chief to employ a sufficient number of men to place it in a proper state. 4
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 9 April 1890
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