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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 9 April 1890
FEMALE HELP WANTED." _; OOKr^O^TRY r^OTELr^4oT YVArrKESsi same place, $20; cook for 2 in family, city. $30: .10 waitresses, country hotels, $20 ami i2i&gt;: 10 chambermaids, country hotels, $20 and $26: 60 girls for general housework, $20 and $25; nurses, $15 and $20; girls to assist $10 and $15. , C. It. HANSEN A CO., 110 Geary st. - r It Y\r ANTED— 2 COOKS ANDLAUNDKESSES.CITY. '"and country, $30: 2 German nurses, $20: hotel waitress, $20: French lady's maid. $25; 3 German and Swedish second girls, $20 and $25: 2 waitresses, private boarding-house and restaurant, $20 and $6 week; Protestant girl, general nousework, country, short distance, no washing, $25; hotel cook, $25, and over 60 girls tor cooking and housework, city and country, $15. $20, $25 and $30. Apply to J. 1-. CROSETT &amp;. CO, 202 Stockton st lt YY' AN IED-INFANT'S NURSE. $20 ; 2 FRENCH II or German maids, $25: 2 German waitresses, $25 and $20: French maid, $26: French seamstress, $30: North German co...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 9 April 1890
'.'■■• HELP r WANTED— CONTTNTJED^ ANTED— A BOY TO LEARN • THE BAKER . II trade. 1713 Leavenworth st. . ■ -If BUSHELMAN WANTED. 514 IOST STREET. ■ ■.-■■■-■ ■ ; - - -■■■-. _■■■: ap9 lt* BARBER WANTED AT 1048 MCALLISTER. -■■--. : - - ■ ■ ■■-.•-.- aptf it* APPRENTICE TO A BARBER. APPLY CALL Branch officii ■," - - ».. ■ apO 3t* fljOp: A WILL BUY AIR SHOP; NEAT AND . y5 — new; first-class trade; clearing $25 per week. Apply Call Branch Office. - ap9 St* YY ASTED-MARBLE-CUTTEK AT Jl. ROTH'S II Jllssion Marble Works, 434 Valencia st: only competent monumental hands need apply, aptf 2t* YOUNG MAN TO TRAVEL ON SALARY; X must have small cash security. Address l'hotograidier, BOX 145, Call Branch Otllce. aptf It* YY' ANTED— STEADY HAN TO RECEIVE OR- -. II ders aud collect with horse and buggy; must * have $150 cash and be satisfied with $10 per week to start with; only those having the amount need - apply. Particulars at 30 Kearuy at, Room 6. lt* _____________________________ VIRST-CLASS SALESJ...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 9 April 1890
, BrSTNESS CIIAXTKS. s~i .1 r i( i KOUTE FOR SALE; LEAD- ' y/^.VX* in.. ruing patter; - 380 subscrDcrs; takes 21 _. bom:, each morning; owner engaged in otlcr business. XV. 1". HKALY, 71« Market st lt* ffiTOR NEWS DEPOT AND CANDY STOBE; *IP X-_o. suitable for lady or gentleman: furniture included in sale. W. F. BEALY. 719 Market st. it* &lt;BKf)0 FINE CORNER SALOON; DOING «H v'tiv. trade $15 per day: you can try business .efore pnrrhas ng. W. F. HEALY. 719 Market, lt* OjOCA PARTNER WANTED TO-DAY IN XJT--OV. mauufaeturlng businesss; ready sales; ____ (3 to $5 per day, ". 1-. HEALY. 710 Market.* • lKft PARTNER IN CARPENTF.R SHOP; • 7 tOU. call .i.e. W. F. HEALY. 719 Market* 1 fib 7-/1 MECHANICS' HOTEL: BAB-BOOM, c* I tou. diiiliig-rooiu. kitchen and 24 bedrooms, furnished cimplete; large stock of liquors: has filty boarders: Duo chance to secure a moneyinaklng" business. SHOAFI ... ROSS, 873 Market lt ii "sAI I PARTNER WAN! ED IN CASH OFFICE ♦*SfiUU. business; dealing iv real ...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 9 April 1890
BISINESS CIIAKCKS-COXTlNljis'ip. ':'.■&gt;.' 3 1 Aft "saloon : must be sold to-day] lUU. FLETCHER, 1 Eddy St. It* r ifcOKfl " MAKKET-ST. CIGAR-STORE; A GEN- — OV. ulne bargain. FLETCHER. 1 Eddy st. 1 1 * (HIO", BRANCH BAKERY AND CANDY-' ypX__.Q. store : is a sacrifice.FLFiTCHEK.l Eddy, 1* ffl!0(lft I'OURTH-ST. SALOON. NEAR MARt&amp;OUV. ket; bargain. 1- LETCLER, 1 Eddy St. 1* ftT^O HOTEL IN VlfclNlTY OF FACTORIES; «ff&gt; I ou. 16 rooms: rent $10: a genuine investment and worth at least $1200; only reason of sale depart FLETCHER. 1 Eddy st &gt;pB3t* JiO', (ill FEE SALOON AN I) CHOP-HOUSE: •JP I -.' &gt;. clears rf-,5 per month sure; never sir a chance as tills. FLETCHER. 1 Eddy St. It* OTATIONERY AND VARIETY STORE AT A 0 sacrifice in 10 days. 390 Sixth st ap6 7t* ALU ABLE CORNER SALOON Vi.-K SALE. I Apply 1. C. JOHNSON. 770 Howard st ap6 14t* •X Kin wol «'H RESTAURANT; FINE (Jplllir. location: receipts $25 per day: clearing over $100 per month...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 9 April 1890
CITYKF.AT. .ESTATE. ' BOVEE, "TOY A CO.. 19 MONTGOMERY ST. IMPROVED. $8750— Howard St., near 13th; 2 modern baywiudow fiats of 6 and 7 rooms and bath each : all latest Improvements; rents $57 50 per month. - $1800— Garden st., bet. oih and 7tb: 3 1-story houses of 4 rooms each; rents $42 per mouth; lot 60x75. $Booo— O'Farrell St., near Webster; lot runs through to rear street; 2 houses of 8 and 5 rooms and bath eacb ; rents $55 per mouth. . $100-1— St., near Sib; 2 bouses, front and rear; rents 5122 per month: lot 25x80. $3800— Guerrero st, bet. 15th ami 16th; 1-story bay-window house of 7 rooms and bath; a cheap home. $8000 — 17th St.. near Valencia; very handsome bay-window cottage of 5 rooms and bath: brick In un ion. eta ; half a block from Valencia-st. cars; a perfect gem. $6500— throve st., near Broderick; almost new 2-story house of 7 rooms and batb; street macadamized, etc: lot 25x137:0; cheap. * $7000— Howard st, near 16th; store and 4 rooms below and upper flat of 6 rooms ...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 9 April 1890
. "''" ■__ ' ■ CITT BEAL^F.STATB. . - DAVID STERN « SONS. KEAL ESTATE Agents and Auctioneers, 323 Montgomery st. IMPROVED. (10,500-HalghtsL; N. line, near Steiner: 2 nice flats 6 and 7 rooms and bath in each: lot 25x137:6. (9000-Bartlett, near 21st; nice tints of 5 ami 6 rooms in each; lot 33:0x00. 1 (4500— 22 d, near Valencia; 4 flats or 3 rooms each: rents (10: lot 25-114. (1500— Geneva, near 6th; 3 cottages and stable; 10150x100. • —5 (10,000— Minna, near 6th: 1 flats of 6 and 7 rooms and bath In each: rents $91; lot 25x80. (8)00— Shotwell. near 14tb: 2 flats of 5 and 6 rooms and bath; uew: rents (52 50; lot 123:6. -Guerrero, near 27th; 2-story residence of 6 rooms and batli; nearly new: Ig:__3xloo. (8000-Fell, near Laguna- front house of 7 rooms and batb: 4 flats on rear st; lot 27:6x120. (5760— Harrison St., near 7th; 3-story house of 13 rooms: used asa boarding-house. $7750— steiner st., near Hayes: 2-story residence of 6 rooms and balb, with large lot 41:'6\110; elegant view....
Page 5 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 9 April 1890
-iy.' - -'-'■■ CITY RKAI, ; ESTATE. . B A £,? 5 .,/, OK s^ A, ' E BY THE CAKNALL -L) iIT/UUGH-HOPKINS COMPANY. - ' IMPROVED. ■'- $28,500-68:9x80; N. side Sutter St., nr. Taylor; two 2-story houses; good rent. -'-.- •&gt; ... (20.000-35:1x180, with L 25 feet: -splendid business property , N. side luth st.; 2 stores and ten- _?!_.. £*__£?*s: Valencia and Mission sts. ; good rent. (18,500— ii50; W. side First st.. near Miuuastores anil rooms above; well rented. - ■--_ (18.600— b0x123:6;2-i:or) buildings; Mission St., near'JUth. - , . . ... $15-000— elegant house of 2 flats, 7 rooms each; Modern improved; NW.cor. McAllister aud Steiner; rent (100. $12.000- «« California sL.nr. Dupont; 2-story 14-rooiu residence. .-. $9500—25x100:3; elegant modern residence. 9 ro i''- s . aid ' lth; XV. side Devisadero St., nr. Haves. $8750—25x137:6; elegantly linlshed new 2-story modern Improved residence, 9 rooms and bath, N. side Golden Gate aye., near Lyon; stationary mantels; must be seen to...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 9 April 1890
£"_''- jj-;-"''- "■' BOUSES TO LET. ' '••-.- '.l rd. 9ft 1 R O'FABBELL, 0 ROOMS, $20: 622 FELL, --UXO Bronms.(3s; 159 Octavll, 8 r00m5,(37 50; 905 Steiuer. 11 rooms. $55; 109 Leavenworth, 9 rooms, (17 50: 22 Halght. 10 rooms. (55,-1505 Golden Gate aye.. 8 rooms, $15; 66 Minna, 10 rooms, new, $35: Polk, bet. Hayes aud Fell,'. 16 rooms and bath, (100. Apply to P. C. MOLLOY. 138 Montgomery st. .-.- ...... . £pg ;-tt VTEW FLATS_II3y VALENCIA, . NR, 23D. 7 Xx rooms and bath. $35: 220 San Jose avc.nr. 24tb. 14 rooms, tiath. (80; 832 Page. nr. Scott, « rooms and bath. $30; 2631 Mission, nr. 22d. 5 rooms and bath. (17 60: 1908 Jessie, nr. 20th. 7 rooms, bath, (25: 310 Leavenworth. nr. Eddy. 7 rooms, bath, $42 60; 817 Treat aye., near 17th, 5 rooms and bath, (25: 6 Myrtle aye., off Larkln. nr. Geary, (12: 1635 Sacramento, nr. Polk, 10 rooms, bath, (55; 410 Bartlett. nr. 25th. 6 rooms, bath, (25: N W. cor. 21st and Guerrero, 12 rooms and hath, (75: 505)* Valencia, nr. 10111, 5 rooms and bath,...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 7 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 9 April 1890
**-; ' BOOMS TO L^rr-CONTTNTfEII. , ton _ FURNISHED HOUSEK^EPINtT^OOJII Ijp I . also front room and kitchen. 435 Tehama. 2* VliCl GRANT AYE. NR. POST— SUNNY FUR--4-UO nlshed suite and single room. - ap7 tf 4.1 Q JONES — SUNNY FBONT ROOM; PRIV--xIU liege of bath. apB 7t 41 7 MONTGOMERY— ; ROOJI, FURtx t nlshed, (6 50; also unfurnished, (3. apS &lt;__ 1 'YrfKl CALIFORNIA - FURNISHED ROOMS XOUO complete for housekeeping. apB st» I 19"l -KICK SUNNY BOOM, WITH X - 1 * " bath; private family, ap3 st» 44S T EHAJIA-2 NICE BOOJIS, WELL FUR■jtti_) nlshed, complete tor housekeeping. apS 2t» 99 I MINNA-NICE DOUBLE AND SINGLE 00 1 rooms to let. apB t * Sn\4 ? SUNNY FURNISHED ROOMS FOR VPXT. housekeeping; also others. 448^ Third stroet_____ .y.y 51 . 94-J FIFTH - DESIRABLE FRONT ROOM; **xx. rent reasonable. apS at* 1 1 TAYLOR- OFFICES CB FURNISHED a A rooms; suites or single; day or month. ap3 st« ('] Ol STOCKTON-3 UNFURNISHED ROOJIS "'»- fof housekeeping; also furnished rooms. 8 3* V-W'V...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 8 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 9 April 1890
..'.'■■- -'■-'- --■ rETtSONAT.S. '. s ■-;-.:'.-*-- -.V.\'i_V.S. CELLING OUT ENTIRELY: GENUINE"- E.E--0 glasses specs. 15c up. 65 Fourth st. next to ? , ni' . : _^ u,ulaJ ' s 728 M -"-"ct »«-. in Celebrated Ladies Glove-store, ; one door from men's batstnre. . ...-. ■-■■.-.■:■--.. ap9 tf ANDREW-MEET MB CORNER POST AND a.x Dupont to selecta nobby spring suit made by a merchant tailor A- (30. our price (15 ORIGINAL MISFIT CLOTHING PARLORS, Co?. Post an 1 Dupont sts. ■ .-.--_- - . DR. McCLELLAN'S WILD HERB CURE FOR sale at drug-store, corner Eleventh and Mission streets. _.., .. .... a|&gt;9 ai « -jIrITLUNERY-DON'T PAY KXOBBITAKT ■^Prices. Call 27 Sixth street. ap9 4t« . J?UROPEAN GOVERNMENT PREMIUM BONDS. " xj on payment of (5 a month we sell 4 government premium bonds, bearing 214 per cent interest ami baying 15 premium drawings annually, with capital prizes up to (60.000; the value of these bonds are guaranteed by the respective governments: the first payment entitled to nex...
Ur.AJL. hSlAifc. 1 X A.N SALiv_xt_. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 9 April 1890
Ur.AJL. hSlAifc. 1 X A.N SAL \iv_xt_. Bertha Spitz to -toilet J. Mezci, lot on SE cor. of Tenth and Sheridan sts.. SE. 00x80 flO William .'. (.u-ili to Johanna Kuss. lot on li. Hue of Twelfth aye., 325 N. of Point Lobos at?., N. -toir-O 10 William J. inrii to Louise 11. Schussler. lot on E. line of Twelfth are., 300 N. of Point Lobos aye., N. 2fixl2o 10 C. C. Butler to Louise I.i, n.au. lot on N. line of Washington i.. 53 W. of spence, XV. 125 xl27.sU .- 10 Rebecca M. Ittckborn to V. lilckbcrn, undivided K. of I t on sw. cor. of Oak and ■ Gough sts., W. 87:6x30 6 Henry ti.rdin to Ellse Godiu, lot 195, (.lit Map 3 Gift Peter Spreckels (by attorney) to L. Loupe el al.. lot 1, Block — , Flint Tract; also lot on K. Une of Masonic aye., 147 8. of Waller, S. • 140. E. 62:6. NE 112:6, XV. 95__i'/ x , NW. 2.0:.. NE. 6 10 John It. Spring to John Jacobson, lot 800, (ill t Maps 10 T. Meneslnj to .1. Schary, lot on &gt;'. line of Oreen it.. 137:6 W. o: Powell, XV. 3..:.ii 137:6 „ 10 wry...
A Poverty-stricken Governor. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 9 April 1890
A Poverty-stricken Governor. We learned at V.hittier the other day that Don I'io Pico, the last Mexican Governor of California— lß4s to 1846— had received legal notice to vacate the Itanchito, the old homestead of the Governor, which lie has occupied for perhaps half a century. The enforcement of the writ will leave this historical relic of a bygone era homeless, for We understand that he has nothing whatever left out of the wreck of oue of the largest estates ;ever owned by one man in the pioneer times. As the Governor is hard upon 90 years of age, it is sad to contemplate the misfortunes that are closing around his evening of life.— Los Angeles Herald.
-New Incorporations, [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 9 April 1890
-New Incorporations, The Citrus Fruit Company was incorporated yesterday, with a capital stock of $160,000, divided into 1500 shares. Hi . rector— -Charles S. Wheeler, D. H.Porter, A. G. Freeman, E. K. Baxter and W. C. Stood, The Hercules Gold Mining Company has also been incorporated, with a capital stock of $1,500,000, divided into 300,000 shares. Directors— John P. Clark, Frank J. Cook, J. C. Spelliiigberg. J. 11. Kuuttson . and John Hayes, all of Sierra City.
AN ASCENSION LILY. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 9 April 1890
AN ASCENSION LILY. i Its * lITT-' — the winters cold It rested jsfy^. iii Its bed of soft, dark earth. H Ob Waiting patient forthe sunshine V___P V. bicu would call ll into birth. Then, like love to life, the spring-tlmn Brought glad m-ssag'S of bloom, And the flower sprang forth gladly Prom Its deep and silent tomb. Grew In slender, graceful beauty. Stein of green and buds close sheathed; Waiting that iny-t nous summons Which on Easier morn ts breathed; Christ Is risen ! every blossom Opens to the sun's embrace, Weighting all the world with perfume, Filling all the air with grace. For tbe tall Ascension lily From its chalices of snow. Whispers of the Resurrection And the season's ebb and Uow. So it Is that round their alt. in Priests entwine its sacred flowers. And the little children love them. While the maidens In their bowers Sigh and murmur, softly smiling, ••Farewell winter's snow and rainSoon the summer shall be with us— Lo, the lilies bloom again '." For the Easter joy-bells...
AUNT DOROTHY'S SPINNING-WHEEL. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 9 April 1890
AUNT DOROTHY'S SPINNING-WHEEL. BY ALICE PERRY. [Continued.] X 'W m _^ '.TT, sir," interrupted Dorothy tlm-.B-I=l.-, idly, trembling from head to foot jr*.! _ with nameless dread: "my aunt - — * could not have meant to leave me without something — some token at least, lt was always her purpose that I should have the spinning-wheel she laid ttteat stress on the danger of that passing out of my hands. Oh, sir, remember her last words; they were about the wheel. I do mil want to take what is not mine— l would nut rob any one; but 1 know Aunt Dorothy would not have left me emptyhanded in this way." To be sure there was the spinning-wheel. Why should she not take the valueless thing? On coming to look tor it, however, where had it gone'? Somebody remembered noticing that it had disappeared from its place by the tall clock in the dining-room on the very night .Miss Mortimer lay stretched on her death-bed. "'Oar' to goodness, ole mis' she nuts 'a molten it with her. Sot a heap by dot 'ar ol...
HAliliOK COMMISSION. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 9 April 1890
HAliliOK COMMISSION. A Floating Boat-Landing Wanted by Sli-p-Owiier-i and Masters. At the meeting of the State Board of Harbor Commissioners yesterday plans and specifications for the repairing and repiling of Val jo-street Wharf were accepted, ami the Secretary was instructed to advertise for bids to be opened on April 1-ith. The engineer of the board was also instructed to draw plans aud Specifications for the repairing of Howard-street Wharf 3. It was decided to retain T. Coogau, exattorney of the board, as special counsel in the case of Theodore Paine against the board, involving the ownership of certain lauds ou Channel street. A petition from ship-owners and captains was received, asking that a floating boatlauding be erected on the slip between Bow rrd and Folsom street docks. The bonds of B. McMahon &amp; Sons for the repairing of Green-street Wharf were ticce ted, and bills amounting to S-VJG were ordered paid.
COAST ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 9 April 1890
COAST ITEMS. Brief Note* From the I'aciflo Coast States and Territories. During 1889 the poll tax collected in Pomona was 5960. John Bird well's orchards, at Chico, now comprise 1570 acres. The March pay-rolls on the Com3tock amounted to $204,362. The new cable line at San Diego is expected to start on April 20th. C. 11. Huffman of Merced is rooting 'MO,---000 muscat cuttings this season. Sau Jose is now in the enjoyment of a system of overhead electric cars that run on time. Governor Toole of Montana has appointed April loth to bo observed as arbor day. The savings bank of the Martinez public school now has ou deposit glO 85 after one mouth's trial. Expert anglers tako three-pound trout from the Santa Ynez Kiver, says the Santa Barbara Press. The Albuquerque Democrat predicts that Navajo white wool will start at 11 cents a pound this season. The public schools of Whatcom, Wash.. bare been closed for two weeks, owing to the prevalence of measles. Three Angora goats owned by Mr. Hick...
SEA AND SHORE. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 9 April 1890
SEA AND SHORE. The British Bark Omeo Damaged in a Gale. Buoys Reported Adrift in the Columbia' An Accident to th; Steam Schooner Venture-Vessels Building, Alex Hay, the ship-builder, now has on the stocks a new schooner for Simpson Bros. Her dimensions will be: Length GO. beam 11, depth of hold 6.6 feet. &gt; The new steam schooner for the Truckee Lumber Company is now approaching completion, and will be launched in a fsw days. Her dimensions are Length IG3 ■ feet on ' keel, beam 34, depth 10 feet. A force of men was engaged yesterday in fixing the Fourth-street drawbridge. It will probably be in good order to-day, when the C. T. Hill and a number of other schooners that have been "bridge-bound" will be enabled to net out From private letters received yesterday from the captain of the Charleston, it is learned that the cruiser will come down into the bay from Mare Island to-day. The steamer Santa Kosa will bo taken to Sausalito to-day, where she will be laid up indefinitely,...