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HELPING HANDS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 10 April 1890
HELPING HANDS. The Festival of Mother Natnre's Daughters. Tableaux of Beauty in the Intereit of Sweet Charity -Gay and Attractive Seeaei at Odd Fellows' Hall. N the occasion of the second evening of the festival of Mother Nature's Daughters.now in progress at Odd Fellows' Hall, the attendance, while improving, might improve still further and verily lend a helping hand in the cause of "Sweet Charity." The motto on the wall over the entrance door has indeed a significance In this case: In faith and hope the world will disagree, But all niaukiiitt'a concern Is charity. Great things are promised to-night, and a crowded house ia expected to welcome "Columbia's Keeeption," which has been considerably improved, and will be presented by the samo lady as at Mrs. Lathrop's last year, introduced by the Third Regiment Band. Pcrhap3, too, it would quickeu the attendance to mention, what Is apparently not generally known, that the floor is cleared fcr dancing every evening. Lust night in the scen...
FEDERATED CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 10 April 1890
FEDERATED CLUBS. New Streets, New Railroads and a New Charter Wanted. A meeting of the Federation of Improvement Clubs was held last uight Iv Farior H, falace Hotel. The special committee to look into the Mis-»iou-slieet opening reported that they find that the supeivts. is aud Superintendent o( Streets are at fault m run having a proper or official survey made and grade established in order to enable those property-owners wlio have already deeded their giouud to the city and received their damages, and who are now most auxlutis to have the woik of establishing grades proceed at ouce so as to assist them in the placing of their brick foundations, etc., and further thai the said survey Is to be made by me city through the Surveyor or Superiiiuudeut ol Streets, Hiid paid for out of the City Treasury; that there Is no obstacle In the way of (lie Supervisors oiderlng the survey made at once.and thus commence the woi k as It will not hi any way Interfere with tbe Commissioners, pending a...
ATTEMPTED MUKDKB. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 10 April 1890
ATTEMPTED MUKDKB. A Bur-Keeper Is Asanultrd and Has Hi* Skull Fractured. John Haley, alias Hoaley, Is locked up at the Folsom-street Police Station on a charge of assault to murder. On Tuesday of last week he entered a saloon at Third and Harrison streets and demanded a drink from the bar-teuder, George Meliett. Hh had no money and was refused. Thereupon he set upon Meliett nnd bent him on the head and face. Haley was finally ejected from the place, but waited about, and as Meliett was going home after closing the saloon he assaulted 1) i it. with a bluut instrument and fractured his skull. Meliett is in &gt;i critical condition and his physicians think he may die. Haley will be held to await developments. The police have been looking for him for several days, but he was not located until yesterday.
Twoiuvfourtli District. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 10 April 1890
Twoiuvfourtli District. At a meeting of the Twenty-fourth Senatorial District Republican Club last evening, at Music Hull, the following-named were elected a« offiwrs: President. James Gilleran; Vico-I'residents, VV. J. Parks and VV. F. Kandall; Secretary, K. P. Donovan; Treasurer, David Farnsworth ; Committee on Constitution aud Hy-laws— E. K. Patterson, Joseph McCormick, S. M. Carr, E. B. Griffith and K. Benjamin. Remarks were made by Messrs. Uilleran, Farusworth. ii. P. Filgate, Charles Fancher and James Corcoran, and as a committee to recommend names for the Executive Committee were named: Thirty-seventh District— M. Flagherty and M. \V. Coffee; Thirty-eighth District— John Finnigan and James Corcoran. Thirty-two members signed the roll. Caused by a Spark. The alarm rrom Box 254, at 6 :30 o'clock last evening, was for a slight blnze between the buildiugs 1532 and 1534 Dolores street The fire was caused by a flying spark from, a chimney. The damage was trivial.
CONDENSED TEL.EGUAMS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 10 April 1890
CONDENSED TEL.EGUAMS. Liverpool, April v.— The dock laborers on the Cunard dock have struck. London, April 9.— IS'ansseu's preparations lor the exploration ol Greenland are uearly completed. Washington, April 9.— The President has imuli- the following nouiinatiou: James C. Kerr of Delaware, to be Post Chaplaia ia the army. Minneapolis, April 9.— Word has been received here that J. M. Donaldson, a jeweler of this city, has beeu robbed ol jewelry valued at SIO.OUO, at Butle, Mont, Dcs Moons, April 9.— The Senate to-day considered the bill providing for the execution of murderers v&gt;y electricity instead ol hanging. The bill was indefinitely postponed. Philadelphia. April 9— M. O. Kaiguel &amp; Co.. paper-dealers, have assigned. Their liabilities are SIOO.OOO. The members of the firm claim that tue assets will fully cover the indebtedness. Washington, April 9.— The Silver Bow National Batik o£ Butte City, Mont., has ben authorized to commence business. Capital SIOO.OO...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 10 April 1890
Sneezing Catarrh. ? The distressing sneeze, sneeze, sneeze, the acrid, &lt; watery discharges from the eyes and nose, the painful inflammation extending to the throat, the swelling of the mucous lining, causing choking sensations, cough, ringing noises in tUe head and splitting headaches— , familiar these symptoms are to thousands who suffer periodically from head colds or Influenza, and who lire In ignorance of the fact that • V single application of Sanfohd's Radical Cube fob •- Catabbk will afford inttantantoui rtUnf. But this treatment In cases or simple Catarrh glres - hut a faint idea of what this remedy will do In the • chronic forms, where the breathing is obstructed by * choking, putrid mucous accumulations, the hearing affected .smell and taste gone, throat ulcerated and hack- . ing cough gradually fastening Itself upon the debilitated system. Then It Is that the marvelous curative power of Sanfobd's Radical Cubic manifests Itself in instantaneous and grateful reli...
FUN WITHOUT " FIZZ." [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 10 April 1890
FUN WITHOUT " FIZZ." The Prohibition Convention Organized for War. Committees Appointed and an Order of Business Adopted— Nominations to Be Hade To-Day. If a desire to exclude harmony from tlia Prohibition Convention, which met In Pioneer Hall yesterday, was a pact of the regular business ol the meeting that part at least was a success. li was inharmonious from tbe time It was called to order In the morning uutil (lie afternoon adjournment, and inucli more resembled a convention oftlie old parties than tbe deliberations of a body of Christian ladles and gentlemen. Tbe convention was called to order at 11 o'clock In tbe morning by tbe Rev. George Morris, Chairman of the Executive Committee, ana tbe exercises were commenced by all singing " America." Prayer was then offered by Rev. J. Marnier, after which Mrs. Dr. Spencer sang "Columbia, the Gem of tug-Ocean," the convention joining In the chorus. chairman Morris [lieu attempted to proceed with tin' business ana called for tbe loading...
I'lini'i'Sl of C. H. I'rluce. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 10 April 1890
I'lini'i'Sl of C. H. I'rluce. The funeral of C. H. Prince, the stable,'.man who : committed ; suicide on Monday last, was held yesterday afternoon from his '• late residence. Sixteenth and Valencia streets. The ■ services were conducted by Unity Lodge, No. 131, I. O. O. F., assisted by Bernal Lodge, No. 19, A. O. U. W., Mjssiou ; Star Lodge, • Knights of Honor, and ether fraternal organizations to which the ' deceased belouseU. A large concourse of friends were assembled to pay their last respects to tho dead man. The floral offeritißS were numerous and beautiful, and testified to the esteem in which he was held. After the conclusion of the religious ceremonies of the fraternities mentioned the body was borne to ibe Odd Fellows' Cemetery, where it was interred.
ME. DAVIS' RESIGNATION. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 10 April 1890
ME. DAVIS' RESIGNATION. Regent Martin Says There la No CoDfltct With the r.unrcl. ■With reference to the subject of the resienation of President Davis ol the Board of .Regents of the University of California, tbe Oakland Daily Evening Tribune published an Interview yesterday with Regent Martin in which that gentleman is uiada to say that, all reports to the contrary, there is no conflict or inharmony between the Kegonta find President I)avU. As to the question of tho President's residence, Mr. Martin stated that Mr. Davis when elected understood that he was expected to reside at Berkeley, and expected so to do. With that end in view lie arranged his business affairs, bat the illness of Mrs. Davis prevented iiis taking up his residence at the seat of the University, and while Mrs. Davis was ill the Regents did not press the question of residence. The committee reported on Tuesday, however, that while it recognized that there were rensuns which made it all but impossible for Mr. Davis...
STILL CONFIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 10 April 1890
STILL CONFIDENT. Tbe Molders Almost Ready to Cry "Victory." Four of the Imported Men Sent Ecst— Aid From Eastern Cities— Tbe Oakland Watchman Discharged. The Executive Committee ot the Ironmolders' Union had a quiet day yesterday. No men came from the East to be captured, and no aggressive movement was made by the manufacturers. A letter was received from the President of the International Union to the effect that the strike in this city will bo supported by every branch of tho union in tho world. So important is the strike considered by the International Union that it has declared off several Eastern strikes, in order that the money which has been given for thoir support may be given to the men who are out in this city. Here all the energies of the International Union will be concentrated and the fight will be to the death. "We have not lost yet," said a member of the strikers' Executive Committee to a Call reporter yesterday. "We have not lost and we will not lose, for we are figh...
THE CHARLESTON. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 10 April 1890
THE CHARLESTON. Her Arrival in the Hnrbor Last Night— Future Movements. Tlie United States steamer Charleston, Captain Remey, arrived from the navyyard at ilaro Island last evening, and anchored in the stream. On board the cruiser was the Board of Inspection, consisting of Captain Watsoo, Chief Engineer Bitmap, Xitval Constructor Feaster, Captain Philips, Medical Director Bates, Surgeon Dickinson, Paymaster Kedlield aud Colonel Forney. The Charleston will go outside the Heads this morning, and have a run of six hours for the trial of her engines for the benefit of the Inspection Board. She will return iv the evening and remain until Saturday morning, so as to enable the Inspection Hoard to complete its labors. She will then leave on a trip to Santa Barbara, remaining away one week or ten days, during which tier batteries will be tested. -She will then return to this port and remain in the stream until May sth. No visitors will be received until the cruiser returns from Santa Barbara...
ACROSS THE HAY. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 10 April 1890
ACROSS THE HAY. Another Blue Lakes Water Compuny Incorporated. The last Will of Kemi Chabot— A Congregation Keunited— Wilson Wanted in TnJare County— Coat-Maker« Leave Work. The articles of incorporation of the Blue Lakes Water Company were Died yesterday, to acquire by purchase or otherwise, owu, lease, mortgage aud sell within aud without the State of California, water and water rights, reservoirs, canals, flumes, ditches, etc., to supply cities and towns aud inhabitants thereof, etc. The place of business of the corpoialiou is Oakland. The capital Is $10,000,000 and the subscribed slock $11,000. The Directors are H. D. Bacon, Daniel K. Hayes, V. D. Moody, R. M. Klrkham, I. K. Sh;:tluck, J. W. .Smith, Oakland; Thomas I.ell. B. A. Marshall, San Francisco; T. Q. Fhelps, Kelmont, and A. T. Hatch, Suisun. The company will be the successor of a company of the same name orgaulzr d over htteen years ago by J. S. Emery, who built a caual, taking water from MoUelumue Klver and running it d...
The Old Ladle*' Home. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 10 April 1890
The Old Ladle*' Home. Officers for the ensuing year to look after the Episcopal Old Ladies' Home on Golden Gate avenue were elected at the annual meeting Tuesday evening in tbe home. They are as follows: Trustees— Key. R. C. Koute, Rev. K. J. Lion, It. IJ. Sanchez, J. G. Clark and E. H. Rixford. The occasion was also tho twenty-fifth anniversary of the founding nf the home and the attendance was large in consequence. Receipt of the Johnstown bequest of $3000 was acknowledged.
ORDER CHOSEN FRIENDS [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 10 April 1890
ORDER CHOSEN FRIENDS A Number of New Laws Gorerning Councils Adopted. The Grand Council of the Order Chosen Friends assembled in second day's meeting of the ninth annual session yesterday morning at 10 o'clock, in Washington Hall, 35 Eddy street, C. M. Arnold, Grand Councilor, presiding. The Committee on Distribution presented a report, referring the several matters contained in the general reports ot the grand officers to appropriate committees, wnich report was adopted. The Committee on Laws presented a report on by-laws aud amendments submitted to them, which report was laid over for future action. Appropriate resolutions of respect were unanimously passed to the memory of the late Philip A. Koach, a Past Graud Trustee of the order. The action of the supreme representatives at the last session of the Supreme Council, in endeavoring to obtain a deputy supreme medical examiner for this jurisdiction, was concurred in by the Grand Council. The report of the Committee on Constitution ...