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THE DELTA SIGMA. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890

THE DELTA SIGMA. A rieasinc Entertainment . Given at the ' Congregational Church. A The Delta Sigma Literary Society Jot the First Congregational Church', gave a delightful entertainment last . evening in the church parlors. Contrary to the general rule, no admission is charged to these entertainments, and strangers are made en- ■ tirely at home. The selection by Miss Lillie Kroft was especially well rendered and loudly applauded. For an encore she sang "My Heart's Message" in a clear contralto voice, with much feeling and expression. During an intermission of twenty minutes refreshments were served in the diningroom, and to those that could not be accommodated here, in the parlor. Thereafter the company again assembled in the parlors to listen to the second part of the programme, which consisted of a musical dialogue and farce, the latter by four youngsters. This piece, which was laughable in the extreme, concluded the entertainment The programme was as follows: Piano solo, selecte...

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HAWAIIAN AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890

HAWAIIAN AFFAIRS. Ex-Premier Moreno's Letter to Young lfiilcox, the Revolutionist. Washington, March 31.— Celso Caesar Moreno, late Premier to King Ealakaua, writes to-day to young Wilcox, the revolutionist, as follows: • Washington (D.C.), March 31, 1890. My Dear lyucox: Your letters of the l_lli of February and of the l_lh of Maicn aie at baud aud their contents read and digested. Yes, lam of the opinion and warmly de. lie lhal you should be a Cabinet Minuter, ami with i he firm resolution to entirely deliver your country aud countrymen from the grasp ■ u{ greedy and unscrupulous missionaries and their accomplices, »hu conjointly pleach lv their churches uu Sunday and do all kinds of worldly tricks and traffic iv their shops through the .week aud meddle with politics ail the year round. Besides, Ihey monopolize the commercial finances, all tne . i ,ovfi iiiiii'iii offices, justice, the polite aud have grabbed all the best laud uf tlie kingdom. The missionary fraternity In, Hawaii ...

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PLKSO.NAL A'OTES. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890

PLKSO.NAL A'OTES. J Rev. E. C. Babb of San Jose Is at the Lick. Dr. D. W. Browne of Portlaud is at the Palace. J. H. Hamilton of Salt Lake Is at tbe Palace. W. Livingstone of Stockton is at the Occidental. - Emile Maix, of Portland, Oregon, is at the Baldwin. : E. B. Sturges of Scranton, Pa., Is at the Occidental. , ; W. J. Edwards of Denver is registered at the Palace. ° H. D. C. Barnbart, a Visalla capitalist, is at the Lick. _ , Dr. Thomas Flint of San Juan is staying at the Lick, y , . y -v.a '". A. W. Hardy, a Baltimore capitalist, is at the Baldwin. 0 r - ... . c r. W. K. Aldersley, a Calico mining man, Is at the Grand. ;„■ •„. " . A. Werthelm, a Sacramento merchant, is at the Baldwin, - ' A. B. Carlock, & banker from Fort Jones, is at the Grand. _ ° ,4fSf_ggS>p H. B. Gillis, a leading resident of Yreka, Is at the Palace. Charles Uetzel, a large rancher at Sunol, is at the Palace. . ■ - . _ V ■ 89 J. M. Canty; a wealthy resident of Visalla, is at the Lic...

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. Guilty of the Leaser Off-Dee. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890

. Guilty of the Leaser Off-Dee. -: Emile Johnson, a sailor, charged . with assault to murder Robert Wilson in a liarbary Coast bar-room,* on February 2d, was yesterday fouud gnilty of | an assault with a deadly weapon, alter a trial, before Judge Finn and a jury. ?X-:_. ; . ..'.:,:•■:.- --y Mks." Adcock, '; 10 Kearny street, will have her Spring Opening to-day and will continue the balance of the week. A-> s _fgsgUßß___________________lJ___\

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THE THEATERS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890

THE THEATERS. The Kenflals and Company in " The Queen's Shilling. i Success of "The Dark Secret " at the Grand. "Evangeline "-" The Black Hussar." ° "The Burglar " — Mention. The third and last week of ■ the Kendals opened • with Godfrey's adaptation of "Le Flls de Famille," under the name of "The Queen's Shilling." It has been played here before, when Mr. J a me- O'Neill was leading man at the Baldwin. Last evening we bad an English presentation of it, and in its more characteristic features it was, perhaps, a better one. The comedy may be called a new vehicle for old ideas. With the actors lie the whole effect in the new light and', color they give their parts. Frank Mait- ' land (Mr. W. H. Kendal) is the cast-off scion of his. house, and enlists In a Lancer regiment (the Nineteenth) under the ' name of Esmonde; he comes in contact with Miss Kate Greville (Mrs. Kendal), the daughter of an impoverished country family, and who is engaged to Colonel Daunt (Mr. Dennisou), of his regim...

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THE ELEC HON LAWS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890

THE ELEC HON LAWS. A Valuable Compendium- Issued by the Registrar i,f Voters. .. A neat volume containing all the election laws has been issued by Registrar Thomas J. L. Smiley under direction of the Board of Flection Commissioners. This is the first really complete code of election statutes ever issued in this city. It is in pamphlet form, numbering 76 pages, and contains extracts from the Federal enactments, the Constitution of this State, the Registration Act and from the Political and Penal Codes relative to the elective franchise, registration of voters and election laws. The first sixteen pages are devoted tn an explanation of the Story system of voting which was adopted by the last Legislature. An elaborate tally-list explanation of this method of counting ballots is bound into this part of the book. It was originated by Louis N. Jacobs, Chief Deputy Registrar, who has made a careful study of the system. He instructed the officers at the recent city election In Stockton, wher...

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I 'tuiit'f. Bond. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890

I 'tuiit'f. Bond. Andrew J. Clunie has filed with the Supervisors his bond as Commissioner for opening and extending Sixteenth street through the Flint Tract to J street. It is for 85000, wilh William D. and Warren B. English as sureties, x ° « ?.; Last year one American and two German ladies were married to Japanese at Tokyo.

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OHITU vKY. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890

OHITU vKY. ADMIRAL STEPHEN C. BOWAS/. Vice- Admiral Stephen C. Rowan, U. S. N., retired, died ;- at the , Ebbitt House, Washington, at 1 o'clock yesterday morning, of Bright's disease, aged 85 years. ,Ho ' has been ill nearly all winter, but not seriously, and his death. was quite unexpected. Admiral Rowan was born near Dublin, Ireland, aud came to this country in the early part of the century. He was appointed to the Annapolis Naval Academy from Ohio in _.__, and had a record of sixty years in the service of the United States. He. was one of the most gallant naval officers in the lata' war. His last service was as Chairman of the Lighthouse Board. No arraugements have yet been made for his funeral. r._ ?. -o ■:.- _ - . _?. DAVID J. MAKBEA'NEB. David J. Marreuner, aged 69 years, died yesterday at New York. He went to California in 1849 by way of Cape Horn, and was foi two years the editor of the Marysville Herald. . He returned to Now York in 1852 and engaged in the glass business, ...

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LATEST. suiri'isu l-.r_-.-. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890

LATEST. suiri'isu l-.r__Lm_-._-C_-. Arrived. Monday, March 312' _Stmr South Coast, Hlggins, 13 hours from Fort Bragg; lumber, to Fort Bragg Lumber Co. - r Domestic Port.. * ■ -.* VA ASTORIA-Arrlved Mar 31-Br ship" St Mildred, from Liverpool; stmr Columbia, hence Mar I'll. . Sailed Mar 31— Stmr Oregon, for San Francisco; Br bark Chas Coteswortn and Br ship East Croft, both for Uuited Kingdom, ; .- - - / '?.- Foreltrn Forts. - c °° * AUCKLAND-Arrlved Mar Hl— stmr Zelandia.fm Ban Fraucisco. c■. . =. .. Movements of Transatlantic Steamers. NEW UK— Arrived Max 31-Stmr California, from Bremen. ' . - • • BREMEN— Arrived Mar Jl-Stmr Alter, 1 from New York. . - ° . ° ...... :• COPENHAGEN— Arrived Mat 31-Stmr Slavonla, from New York. c

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

BIRTHS — MARRIAGES— DEATHS. [Birth, marriage and death notices sent by mall will not be inserted. They must be handed in at either of the publication offices and be Indorsed with the name and residence of persons authorized to have the same published.] BORN KOPANKIEWICZ---In this city, March 30, 1890, to the wife of Andrew Kopankiewicz, a daughter. SHAW— In San Diego. March 27, 1890, to the wife of Thomas M. Shaw, a daughter. PARTMANN--In this city, March 29. to the wife of H. Partmann, a son. *T^p_s_*^f_""' - _J Highest of all in Leaveniig Power.— S. Gov't Report, J Aug. 17, 1889. > i. %^^r__2_w tw*wy,©r ABSOLUTE!^ PURE fe__ tfexSuUo -f

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890

GIESE— In this city, March 30, 1890, to the wife of Claus Giese, a son. OLIVER— In this city, March 28, 1890, to the wife of Joseph Oliver, a daughter. GLAU— In this city, March 25, 1890, to the wife of Marten Glau, a daughter. PAGE— In this city. March 28, 1890. to the wife of James D. Page, a son. DANNER-To the wife of Max M. Danner. a son. MARRIED STREUBER BEIER— In this city. March 30. 1890, by tbe Rev. A. Heinhans. Emll Streuber and Phlllpine Beier, both of San Krancisco. JOHNSON— ESCH in Oakland, March 27, 1890. Christian L. Johnson of San Lorenzo and Katherine J. Eseh of Sin Francisco. COLEMAN— WILZINSKI-In this city, March 30. 1890, by the Rev. A. Brown, Joseph Coleman aud Rachael Wilzinski, both of San Francisco. GALVIN WALLGREN-In this city, March 29. 1890, by the Rev. Dr. Case, James R. Galvin and Hilda Wallgren, both of San Francisco. JOHNSON -KRONQUIST— In this city, March 29, 1890, by the Rev. J. Telleen, John M. Johnson and Hannah Kronqulst. JOHNSON— PETERSON-In this ...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 1 April 1890

. . . i \ ' MISCELLANEOUS. J— Iff WSVI. RADAM'S I^l Microbe killeiT ft 1 Tin fITTT-T? HARMLESS, MARVELOUS .' : 8A H H X n, IV RESULTS. A pamphlet . , Oill 111. IJUIILI, sent free giving valuable Information and many local lesttmoulalg. . _. "t If Not Well, Investigate this Remedy. o °£f Kali's lei filler Co., : : . 1332 Market Sine!, a F. ;;■:.• '■V o" ... - mr'J2eudBptfi -- : • : I Bermuda Bottled. '. . . j "You must go to Bermuda. If j you do not I will not- be, respongl* 3 iyou for the I will not be responsible tor the c»iiNC-|ti_i_ce!.." " But, doctor, I can afTnrd ■ neither tbe time nor the money." Well, If 1 • that Is Impossible, try X?'" ■■-'■■ .° ° SCOTT'S I'- OF PURE NORWEGIAN "^fl OF c PURE . NORWECI AN'TV COD LIVER OIL. . H I sometimes call lt Bermuda Hot. 1 - i \ tied, and many cases of " u> '.-,. ■■-..,• c i "JJ- ' CONSUMPTION, v 2 Bronchitis, , Cough .-..:. ')*" [■ °* ° 7 ? . or Serere a Cold \ ° _- I have ' C ITBED with It; and the { V _ ( advantage Is that...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890

The Morning Call. VOLUME LXVII—NO. 133. SAN FRANCISCO, WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 2, 1890-EIGHT PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENTS.

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HERBERT'S ROMANCE [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890

HERBERT'S ROMANCE Count Bismarck Weds the Prin- . cess Carolath-Beutlien. in Old Scandal That Bronghf About the c > ; Lady's Divorce. o 7x°° J the Ex-Cbancelior Besieged With Visitors Upon His Birthday Anniversary. ' ■ -. : Costly Presents. . " ■_<. -°° ' I'"°/ , Special by the California Associated Press. •"' '. Berlin, April Count Herbert = Bismarck is married to Princess yon Carolathj Beuthen, with whom his peculiar relations caused such a scandal in Berlin cine years ago, and brought about her divorce. * * \ The. Cai.i. of recent dale contained thefollowing account of J Count Herbert Bismarck's love affair, which created such a sensation at the time of ."the'iiCcdrrencfS. "There have been some disgraceful episodes in Herbert's life. Once he became, •enamored 'with the charms of Princess °vop Cnrolath-Beuthen, wife of a German' 1 Dnrchlancht and daughter of Prince yon ■ Hatzfeldt. In ISSI, front Berlin and an in* dignant husband;- the couple fled to Switzerl...

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PRINCE- HIsMAI-CK. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890

PRINCE BISMARCK Subscriptions^ Bjlicited to Er.ct a Monument •■t X. in His Honor. ; Berlin, April 1. — A committee headed by President yon Levetz . of the B^ich- ' stag, embracing jail shades of political opinion, has issued an invitation for public sub- ° scriptions to build a national monument at Berlin in honor.of Prince Bismarck. Bismarck., at . Friedrichsruhe to-day re- „. ceived numerous visitors who congratulated him on ' his -birthday. - A vast number of gifts were received from all parts of Ger,llls and some from foreign lands. There were- many' scenes of enthusiasm. Con-' J gratulatory messages were received from all the crowned heads of Euro' • • ■ New.;. York, April I.— Bismarck's birth-. • day ; was celebrated by the. German Club. this evening with a banquet. A congratulatory cablegram was- sent to the ex-Chan- ■ cellor. ■' . ' „ '"■

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' :—*-' . ■■ '.. . . WILL BE rOWIlli TO LIVEIU'OOL. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890

' : — *-' . ■■ '.. . . WILL BE rOWIlli TO LIVEIU'OOL. Ihe Hole in the Steamship City J, of: .Paris' Finally Located. .-: -„ • .;-■•• 7. J■■ Queesstowj.,;.. April : I.— The '■: hole has \ been located In the bottom of the City of '; '.Paris caused by the broken machinery, and, the water has been: pumped out She will be towed to Liverpool;' The loss will be ■very heavy to the..' underwriters as well as -the owners, as tire .'damage to J the vessel must not only be repaired but salvage paid; .-•This amount, shipping men in Glasgow Say, : ../will be between 850,000 and $100,000.' . _a: V ...Loxdon', April l.— The agents of the In-° '•• man line send out a report from Queen'stown that the bottom of the City of Pari! is uninjured. The steamer will leave fur Liveriool under her own steam.-" "Incur ' judgment the vessel was throughout perfectly safe. Everything indicates that she would have continued to float indefinitely as she was without further submersion or . .risk after the original d...

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SEALING NEGOTIATIONS.' [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890

SEALING NEGOTIATIONS.' But Little ■ Progress. Made— Poachers H_p:-fu' - for the Coming Season. *" V. Ni'.w Y(ii:k. April L— The* nerald's Ottawa correspondent says the I.ehring Sea negotiations have pot advanced beyond the tacit understanding that Behring 'Sea is a part of the high seas. The free pursuit of sealing can c only J, be o restrained by International action, and compensation must be made by the United States for disturbing British sealers. There is divergence of opinion respecting the limit of restrictiob. ' Russian and American Governments are disposed to make the regulations .highly restrictive in order to enhance t_e value of their rookeries. The Canadians appreciate the fact that ° the American - islands are controlled by a monopoly, but hope for an early settlement. They yet believe the coming season promises well for .Poachers. * ?. .,- = "°- X'" X

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SYBIL. DID NOT SING. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890

SYBIL. DID NOT SING. -. An-" Aged 'Woman Creates a Sensation at a '..'" . X „° o Concert in Paris. -, • New York, April 1.-A special cable from Paris to the Mail and Express says: . At a -concert of American vocalists last evening Sybil Sanderson was unable to sing at the last moment through indisposition, and Mine. Alb.ni volunieered to fill Sanderson's place. She is iii years old and ■ was applauded to , the echo. The people were enthusiastic.

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,A LOTIEKY SWINDLE. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890

,A LOTIEKY SWINDLE. Severe Pnniihm°nt Inflicted Upon Several '-:'-..: '• °° ° Austrian Offmdefs. .' ;•".';. li -in, April l.— The outcome of the conspiracy by which a prize of 1,000,000 florins was fraudulently drawn in the lottery at Temesvar, Hungary, is a sentence of eight • rears to penal , servitude for the holder of the ticket which drew theorize: the same sentence for the two lottery officers" impli- , cated; two years fur the woman who drew , the ticket disguised as a man, and three years for another official. .

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