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M ,1,1111. Indiana. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890
M ,1,1 11 1. Indiana. The bisters of Mercy of Ukiah, Mendocino County, have opened a school for the instruction of the Indians of that section of the country. As yet the sisters nave not a school-room in which to teach the sons of the forest, aud they are giving them instructions in the open air under the shade ot some sheltering tree. An effort will be made to induce some one of liberal mind to provide suitable quarters for the sisters and their pupils. ;
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890
You'll Hud her smiling night and day. Although at times she Is not gay. And should yon wonder why you meet This constant smile, regard her teeth. She only laughs those gems to show Which SOZODON'T makes hit,. as snow. Pears* Soap Fair white hands.* Bright clear complexion ■ —^ *&gt;— ' ' . -—" X ' 3A. Soft healthful skin. "PEERS'— Great f rnlisli Cqmelaslon SOAP.— SoId Everywhere." ■US tf SOW x , ■■■'•irininfßijuiaaaii KXssFI LLS •■OR •H A **C-3fA_sr "^ENGLISH MEDICINE BT M £*&amp;__ Je2? GUINEA A BOX &lt; For BILIOUS &amp; NERVOUS DISORDERS / I Such as Wind and Pain in the Stomach, Fullness and Swelling after Meals, Dizziness and / / Drowsiness, Cold Chills, Flushings of Heat, Loss of Appetite, Shortness of Breath Costi.e- } / nets, Scurvy, Blotches on the Skin. Disturbed Sleep, Frightful Dreams, and all Nervous and : 5 _ ' Trembling Sensations. **■ THE FIRST DOSE WILL GIVE RELIEF 11. TWENTY MINUTES ) f BIiKCHAM'S PlLLS.Ulienss DIIIE&lt;"I.ED...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890
COAL! ! .^^*^^ ■■• "' ■ '• 6euulne Wellington, 100 lbs, 60c...... ......510 50 . Scotch Kpilnt .- 11l 511 Genuine Seattle , s5O Coos Day... 7 50 Cherry Valley. 750 '■batiks Wood „,.. It). '_. ■_ y* and 'it tons at same rata. .: KNICKERBOCKER COAT. CO.. '■'■'. • 621 Mission St., bet. Kirst and Second. ' . Telephone No. 31*1. - ■■•.. jeDttSuWe Sp - THE WEEKLY GALL is a most ac ceptable present fto send to : your , friends in - any i locality $1 25 a year, postpaid.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890
'■■ 7 *:h 7 MISCELLANEOUS. _ - Copyright, 1839. _. ; _~ , " „ ' JEWELS AND LACES. - " ' " Oh, girl with the jewelled fingers, X Oh, girl with the laces rare I " What are your jewels and what are your laces worth to you if, from undergoing- tho trying ordeals which fashionable society imposts on its devotees, enough to test the physical strength and endurance of the most robust, you break down, lose your health and become a, physical wreck, as thousands do from such causes? Under such circumstances you would willingly give all your Jewels and all your Incest to regain lost health. This you can do if you will but resort to the uso of that great restorative , known as Dr. Pierces Favorite Prescription. ' Thousands of grateful women bless the day J lt was made known to them. For all derangements, irregularities and ■weaknesses peculiar to women, it is the onl% remedy, sold by druggists, ruder a positive guarantee from ttie manufacturers, that it will give satisfaction in ev«_ry case, or...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890
DRY GOODS. ■ r ." ■': a-: MDSLIN UNDERWEAR! ■ ■ . ■__&gt;■■■■■ A CHOICE 1 COMPLETE STOCK REMARKABLY LOW PRICES! .."': • .—,7/ . °:'-' ; ."''' 77777 We respectfully invite the ° att^tiraVbtiafff^^^ elegant and complete assortment of Xo7xt7°'^ FINE MUSLIN UNDERWEAR! &gt; Nig_b.t-I&gt;resses, x : SSS .y^-^tt^Su® r Cliemises, 3 ,c_3orset-Gb^r^.|s.| X_&gt;___"«,-wers, .-. Princess :: Stiits.; S^SSlfcSSpi "W^lls.iia.s c JsTxits, :f£§|lSf9 77 =5 Dressing Sacq.nes, Bifurcated Sj^|rti^p EStc.,° : ES-to., ,7°:°r /^Btfo-:^^':.-^^ I-i"* -. . " ■ .- -J n O O _ -■••„= a ° "*o o. „ o .%. ' -,- «■■■. -*• " '..■._&gt; -■ ° ° — - — c r? L -* o'°°- o°- 0 - .V■ „^ 0 ° ■* „ ; . ° .•*' *• "•*.- "-■' •••'"-' "*^' ' ' - ' ' ''"_*'*_' J 1 * 1 ..' °L" ".' : . C *"' *-I* * *•*" -. "*-' i i**? "*i - — —^—^— — — — — —— — — '—*, 1 .-; •'■'■;■.■:*' '-'. '_ 5 — o^ ° o 0^ 00 i° rj * ° "' =■-* _°°°. \''"*'.i -'•''. ;,'.-.•_ *„ :"_•?■** '*.'"""- : " • ™"V- V-' •:j| Special Ba...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890
; 77 HEW BUSH-STREET THEATER;? ££&amp; M.B.LEAVITT ...... Lessee audJ.Proprletor . ;, ;_: J. J. UOTTLOB .".;.., 0 °. ft . i.... t . . ....*... ..Maaajar.J. • . "—^— AFTERNOON AT .'.2^—* •'•-'•; '*. AND 1 • THIS UV_sJ_HNC.';'X7 i ' : Jv-''' : LAST WEEK OF 0 J Millocker's Military opera ' Vi RUDOLPH ARONSON'S oJ.^°0 J.^° Tl^V'-"'' : ' : ' : ' '' NEW YORK CASINO . .'. Sp^irX-''* OPERKOMPANY |g^! THIS PRODUCTION THE ':■:"• '-'•-'- OPERATIC SUCCESS OF THE SEASON! Next Monday Kveninff, 'April 7th, ia:-a.i_ii_._i____&gt;T AND :Bc^a.n.T .' . IX "LATER OTVl" '/, Seats Ready To-morrow. " •."' '. GRAND OPERA HOUSE. ; • . &gt; i,? l .'} Golßli Lessee and Proprietor '• .'• JAY R1AL........ Mauajar ;. ' CROWDED HOUSES! : "- •••■ The Audiences Wildly Enthusiastic! Only Matinee Saturday at aP. 31. . * -—: — ~A^SK3SoretTTI' After weeks of elaborate preparation the management take pleasure In presenting a series of- ' '• „ stage pictures never before realized. '" THE THAMES A...
A. O. U. W. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890
A. O. U. W. P*ip^Pipw__P&gt;__BHw^n Yesterday's Session of the Grand Lodge. The Fait Master Workman's Degree Con- "" ferred — Report. Submitted — Appoint- • ment of Special Committees. The thirteenth annual meeting of the Grand Lodge of the Ancient Order United Workmen of the State of California commenced proceedings yesterday morning at 10 o'clock in the public hall of the B'nai B'ritfa Building, 121 Eddy street, J. N. Young. Grand Master Workman, presiding. The Committee on Credentials presented a lengthy report. That part referring to the admission of regularly accredited delegates and to Past Master Workmen untitled "to.' the' Grand Lodge degree having been adopted, over 100 delegates and Past Master Workmen were introduced and had conlerred upon them the Past Master's degree. '■ The unadopted portion of the report of ' the Committee on Credentials was taken up and a number of lodges which had ■ failed to -transmit certificates of representa- ; tion and were delinquent...
WILL MEM) HIS NECK. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890
WILL MEM) HIS NECK. Doctors to Iteset n ISrenk That lulled to °.'j Rill a rai lent. .• What a broken neck failed to do for A. T. Delano' may be accomplished by the doctors. -.. . '' '_. Delano is a man who has lived for two years with his neck dislocated, but has not improved, and -.the physicians at the City and County Hospital propose to try to fix it up for him. . ".'_ Many of the city's .physicians will be invited to be present and either participate in the operation or witness it, The date to** the experiment has not been set but will be arranged in a few days. - Many of the medlead profession profess a, belief that. the dis1' sated neck ran be successfully reset, so that the man may hold his head straight on lis shoulders and be almost as good as ever. f. Unite a number of them have visited him lately- and are discussing t the matter preparatory to the performance of the operation.'; •" ■-■.;■'■:-_; . 'i lie patient is an American, about forty ■years.' old and setveit'.for- fo...
SHE WOULDN'T SING. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890
SHE WOULDN'T SING. And *'i?! 580 ? I in leodent ' Coin.-'.. '•_ plains. tV tlie _iiait-o'.a : AJi£tiritkf.; X..., •J'.:The._;ollowlngife'tteV.h'a..:^een'J : wrtt.en :b._ ■ Attorney-General 'Joif'nsan Jo ; . Hauriitoi. •j J ..ace, = Seh-q'oi D S'lijp'eribtpnjdie. nt ty;.'Tuiai«7 in answer'; to .the. .jattt.r's inquiry .a_ ; '.tJc. ; wtether:.qr;n6;th'e h.aJd'/jariy.'jJiEcbiirje in lav, « hen a teach et;' refused t ■&gt; help out : in : ' the i.ic-.iii„ c.v rcises of '« his- school, by am*, ; J ing aaiTfUayingt :,. _•;.;• : --.j V/.V-: --;,"■■. &lt; ':■ ; -Kepiyjne tb youfJi.-odf .He 12 . Il]-..,:f p:i_.J|o ' cay iliai 1 midflOtTiHig.:iu^t|j'e;la.w'wiilpii'.ea_i''be ''■ euh_;&lt;S_&lt;l^galusl-UieJadyJ-Ceawief w._j.. you ..(v ''■ : declined, tuning, anil 'play a: the ci.i.lng'ex.iCJ.es.' oi join .imbiic-'-scli.qolj'. ! aftliougli : 'vuU::ijOiiieiy'' . ».jiie .the request :qrr her-. .' in .i'lishjiiau'er's. oiit-'v Je of mr p«scr.ibed.c_itriesilUn_-oiaii...
21 ylT % I ;VftAl^:^_iTfl.EK.jJ y JX .77 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890
21 yl T % I ; VftAl^:^_i Tfl.EK.jJ y JX .77 tMW_*^^f^pJ_^tini^a^ : m^i_fVy_u^^i^i^-'. V i".--'-'. moinrlcr "That Month. '. : fi lie report Of the United State .Signal J 'SerWc'e;f.pr : t*_e ..with of MJAr.cU shefrs Jtiie J ;Jtotal.raiufaH'.wAS;_;Tsia".K J; There w.-re ■' •Ten clear : and. twenty-one cloudy or' partly cloud* days. '.'Highest-:: bare. .etj_r.":-30.40i,:'. 1 .west barometer 2D.7.V1, - mean baroiiieter ,a&gt;.i(*6,o 'Hie. highest temperature. fu°__.' tlie. low.--. 41* Mean for Che:: month. ■' 5-1 if&gt;V The highest wind prevailed On. the" velocity being twenty-six an : :h.ar,.-.;Therre-?_'erefros,&lt;i-.«n': the TQth. il'th ' and i2th : . '-.'=:•••••■.-..:•,•••:..■'. : :; -.; .;: •■'.-;..• °
•';,^.:c V-'.-vlsVt'iiJtJea=li_ Pmliate. . -.. •■•"••:-| [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890
•' ; ,^. : c V -'.-vlsVt'iiJtJea=li_ Pmliate. . -.. •■•"•• : -| i-nqmerPvS'axe has applied' for" letters ;: administration on thef estate. Gf.Jar_d : E.' = iCvei-, -Ah,, in -tuber, 1879."-- ■'" •'. "V ■'•.'". ig-ir.V. Wilson applied f of "lakers on the estate of Thomas V:..;Van 'B'dretv which • .is valued at $10,500. ,'..'• ■'*.".. .»•• -°_ -Mary 1". Murphy applied for letters on' -.the estate of Frances L Murray, which is • valuedaf -.512,ai0."' '7::' * ° ■'■■:„' o ."•••■
, °. British -_«..,:v.. 'Society. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890
, °. British -_«..,: v.. 'Society. At the monthly meeting of the British Benevolent Society, held yesterday, J. 11. Dobiti'son in the chair, accounts: showing disbursements for relief 'to the amount of 878 65 for the month were ' passed: After the nomination for officers for the year had ffaiiTTli.'iintri'Trtirnitfß^nrniaiWTwaio.ieia^ 'iiii,iiiiii»ii ii .n been made, the '■ election being set for the first Monday in May, matters in connection with : the fixing of a time and place for the annual picnic were discussed, a committee being finally appointed ,to select grounds and make all necessary arrangemen ts. ______m____m_______a_____wp____mia_i_m+ ' hm
EL SOBEANTE KAXCIIO. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890
EL SOBEANTE KAXCIIO. The Title to a Twentieth Part Settled After n Lone Cunt.st. The Secretary of the Interior rendered a decision on March 23d, In the case of Ann Taylor vs. W. L. Yates, which settles a long contested fight over a portion of the great El Sobranto Eanclio, in Contra Costa County. The land was granted to Ju _n Jose Castro and Victor Castro in 1802. It was subsequently subdivided, and in 1861 James Taylor and his wife, Ann Taylor, came into possession of a twentieth part, amounting to 510 acres. The family resided on the property until 1882, James Taylor having died in the mean time. - Tho rancho w is then let to W. 1,. Yates, and soon after the latter began his occupancy it was discovered by a survey that the portion purchased by the Taylors was outside of the original grant, and therefore Government laud. Yates at onca took squatter possession and refused to vacate, making an entry of the land in the public Laud Office. Mrs. Taylor applied to the department for reli...
CALIFORNIA LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890
CALIFORNIA LANDS. Patents to i:&gt;&gt; Issued to Parch. of Certificates for School Lands. Upon the admission of every Statu into the Union, 500,000 acres of land are granted by the General Government for school purposes, under the Act of 1841. This grant has never been lifted and closed up between California and the General Government, and an area equal to 420,936 acres has been pending in the General Land Offi- c since 1874. These have now been listed, except probably a small portion, and finally certified to tiie State. Applicants who bought certificates from the State can now perfect their title, for patents will be issued to the interested parties. The purchase price at that time was $2 per acre, but the locations in some places are now immensely valuable. This tedious delay and uncertainty lias been overcome and settled satisfactorily to the State through the exertions of Surveyor-General Beichart, who lias been In Washington two months giving his eutire attent...
EVERYBODY'S COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 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. The riteitlrn Islands. Editor Call: It is not generally known that the people on Pitcairn Island are greatly in need of clothing, thin clothing in particular. °"A recent visitor there says that the schoolteacher had only a.pea-jacket for an upper garment. Calicoes,- ginghams and muslin would he most gratefully received. A member of the Academy of * ■ iences, interested in the islanders, is going to send enough for a dozen dresses and all he cau beg from others. An opportunity to scud will be afforded in about fmr months, as a schooner is to be built by the Seventh-day Adventists, which will sail direct for Pitcnirn, hut I see that the Charleston is to sail for Honolulu and the South Sea Islands in less than two ...