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THE.NEW TAItIFF KILL. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890
THE.NEW TAItIFF KILL. The news of the report by the Ways and Means Committee of the House of a tariff bill which is estimated to reduce the revenue by about $45,000,000 yearly comes with the announcement that the : Senate has passed the Dependent Pension Bill. It is impossible to estimate closely what the De•lendent Pension Bill will take from the Treasury. All amendments designed to place a limit upon the amount that would be paid under the act were defeated and tho bill was passed by a vote of 13 to 13, The noes were Democrats, but the Democrats did not vote bodily against the bill. The certainty that the bill will pass the House will possibly have some effect upon the action of the House in reference to the Ways and Means Tariff Bill. This bill docs not give satisfaction and will most probably be amended on its way through the House. The 50 per cent reduction in the tariff on sugar is a blow at an important industry which may be prosecuted wherever wheat is grown, and the propose...
OUTCROPS Of I'ATJsIINALISH. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890
OUTCROPS Of I'ATJsIINALISH. J Schemes for the wile! of, temporary and I '! distress so frequently emanate from demagogues whose' knavery is ou a par with their ignorance that they are rarely entitled to the honor of notice." But once in a way it may not be utterly lost time to prick a few oonf n these bui' projects, simply because the exposure of their hollowness may„_ levent their authors succeeding in getting up a "club" to be sold" out at the coining election to one or the other jof the two political parties. . •„ - -J ... It will be observed that the schemes for the relief of the unemployed in cities, and for the relief of agriculturists who are suffering from the low price of farm produce, are generally predicated upon Federal interference with the laws of trade and industry. Whenever accident reduces the demand for labor in cities or a good wheat crop in France knocks dawn the price of wheat in this market somebody is sure to get up and propose that the Federal Government sha...
hakim; I'ltoiiitiiss. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890
hakim; I'ltoiiitiiss. olt cannot be said that no progress is being made toward the solution of the negro problem. The problem may be said to be half solved whan leading Southerners express the opinion that It is soluble. Such an opinion is expressed by a good ninny .pi-eminent Southerners who havo answered ■ Northern, inquiries, as to the best course to be pursued in respect to the negroes. Governor Taylor of- Tennessee advises J the North to let tbe negro alone. 0 " The whites and Slacks,' * says the editor of the Atlanta Constitution, " understand each other, and if left alone will solve the problem." Tne Savannah Mi as takes a similar view of the question. The GSlvoston 2Tcws says there is no negro question, and suggests that the problem^ the future of the white man is of a good deal more importance than the problem of the future of the colored man., j Meaiitime considerable progress is being made in the. work of educating tho negro. A good, authority states, Unit. 2,000,000 of t...
: ACiItICULTI DKPIIESSION. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890
: ACiItICULTI DKPIIESSION. The American Agriculturist gives three causes for the present depressed condition of our agricultural interests,' which may be rolled into oue— over-production, caused by the free land policy of the Government, aggravated by our free immigration system. The free land policy of the Government has brought land under J cultivation more rapidly even than it. has brought people into the country. With all our development in the way of manufactories the agrlcul- tural product has increased in excessive proportions. Virgin soil has produced immense crops, thus adding to the natural over-production consequent upon an increased area of territory under cultivation. Over-production in agricultural j pioducts presents a more serious problem than the over-production of our mills and factories. Tho poor man consumes as much food as the rich one. As he acquires wealth he increases expenditures in other directions. but not materially In this. 110 may live in a better house...
A yu____K POSITION. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890
A yu____K POSITION. There is a proposition awaiting judicial decision which turns over Chinese accused of certain crimes to the Federal courts. This proposition, to say the least, is a peculiar one. If an Englishman, a Frenchman or a German comes to San Francisco and violates any of our city ordinances the State or city courts try the case, nnd they find him guilty, convict and punish him. Their respective governments have nothing to say so long as we pursue the same course in regard to them that we do to natives. But the Chinese seem to think that the fact of their being aliens entitles them to a trial by our Federal courts. These lawyers assume probably that the Federal courts will pronounce the ordinance under which the Chinese have been convicted in local courts at variance in some respects with the Constitution. But a test of that kind should be made upon some other ground than that the State, courts have not jurisdiction . over Chinese. - -
EDITORIAL notes. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890
EDITORIAL notes. Sherman's Anti-Trust Bill has been radically amended in the Senate, Reagan's amendment provides that those engaged in engineering combinations restricting trade, limiting production, preventing competition in merchandise, produce or commodities, or creating a monopoly in the manufacture, sale or transportation of any such article shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and shall be subject to a fine of not less than $10,000 or . imprisonment not exceeding live years or both. Sherman also introduced an amendment providing that the act shall not be construed to apply to combinations among laborers to lessen the hours of labor or to secure increased wages, nor to combinations . among horticulturists to enhance the value of agricultural or horticultural products. The leader of the Center party in Germany is Ludwig you indthorst, ex-Minis-ter of the old Kingdom of Hanover, the only man who ever held his own with Bismarck on the floor of the Reichstag. He is a small, slig...
lie I'.tnl the l'*.n<_. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890
lie I'.tnl the l'*.n&lt;_. JA. L. Post, who. had been convicted a mouth ago by Judge llix of a charge of misdemeanor embezzlement, paid a line of SIOO yesterday rather than go to jail for Ph. days. He gave notice of appeal, but withdrew it before paying the fine. I'AMiiiAJi.i Egos, all sizes. Townsend's. * '■- » W_W4*H^A_tSSA llii;iii:st ItAILUOAI) I'.iiiiiii:. — The highest railroad lulilne In the United .Slates Is the Klnzua Viaduct on Ilia line Road 80S leet high. It never failed to cine Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint, Take ..nmnons Liver Kegulator. * ; A Ilis-micK al Belie The table upon which Oliver Cromwell signed the death warrant of duties I was sold recently to a London antiquary for $710. .-- I'alace Baths.— Warn salt water. Large swimming tank. Porcelain tans. Elegantly replied. I\ow open. 715 Filbert street. - •.-. ON tub Tax Books.— ft is alleged lhat In a back district in Manitoba there Is In the tax books Ibis entry, retenlng io some crown lands: "Owner, Victor...
11 il Open To-Miirrmv. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890
11 il Open To-Miirrmv. Preparations am now so far advanced that It cau be stated positively that the world-renowned seven Sutherland sister* will open I their establishment on Thursday. . Their hair Is the best possible advertisement of the merits of their preparations, and it is said io produce a most luxuriant growth on auy head. I About tbe latter they can tell best, aud It costs nothing to see and . talk with ihem. Their history Is known all over the world and they have traveled over most of It.' A great throng of ladies Is i ::iected at 834 Market street to-morrow, when l ley opeu tne store..*
MECHANICS' "INSTITUTE.: [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890
MECHANICS' "INSTITUTE. : Monthly Reports Presented— An'.lngenl- ' .oue Borrower's lti-t. ti»-si. .J The regular monthly meeting of the Directors of the - Mechanics' • Institute was held last night in the rooms of 'the insti- J tute, with President David . Kerr iin the chair. Secretary Culver presented bills for the month of March amounting to $3575 35, which were ordered paid by drafts on the Treasurer. BBaftSHS , The Building Committee reported' that the repairs to the library were nearly comP'ete(Llig_|3gS£S_§ggg|§fe*_Qpsljgpg^ The Librarian's report for March showed cash receipts 53025 36, of which S2GI2 43 had been deposited with the Treasurer, leaving $382 93 balance on the Librarian's hands. Six now life members have been elected and eighty-four new members' names were presented for election ; 380 new volumes were added to the library and 11,567 volumes wero issued, a daily average of 445. The largest issue any one day was 743. The library was open twenty-six days during the m...
MUNICIPAL FUNDS, [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890
MUNICIPAL FUNDS, The Amount of Money in the County Treasury. There was in the Couuty Treasury yesterday morning 82,149.138 36 in cash, credited to the following funds: General Fund $5711, 070 09 Special lee Fund • 8,95103 School Fund 298.15S 13 Street Department Fund .148,03:! 77 lark Improvement Kiiml Oti.TH'- 67 New city Hall Fund -.174.0:11 79 Library Fund 19,03* 85 Street-light Fund 105,649 06 Police Contingent Fund 3,182 85 Pound Fee Fond - 57 45 State of California 26,702 01 Police Life and Health Insurance Fund. 10,000 00 Disinterment Fund 4,000 00 Teachers' I nstitnte Fund :):i_ oo Police Relief an. Pension Fund 42,249 67 The balance of the money is credited to the General interest. Coupon and linking funds. The outstanding loans from Sinking funds aggregate $598,000. The cash on liana on the 2Sth of February lust amounted to £2,376,353 50.
Letters of AilminiHlr ttion. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890
Letters of AilminiHlr ttion. Tho following applications for letters of administration upon various estates were filed, yesterday: Christine J. Spahrmann upon the estate of Julius Spahrmann, the value of which is unknown; Edgar M. Wilson on the estate of Thomas 15. Van Buren, Which is valued at (10,900; Hubert JLacey on the estate of Robert J. Hacey, which is valued at 512."._; Lewis It. Mead on the estate of H. 11. Colby, valued at $1000, au'! Public Administrator Pennie on the esta.j of William Hogrelt of Albany, N. V., which Is valued at $1000.
Knowledge Should Have Been Conveyed. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890
Knowledge Should Have Been Conveyed. Justice Murasky has given judgment as prayed for iv tho suit of J. Westrup vs. The California Transfer Company, to recover _ 150 35 for a lost valise. The company gave a receipt relieving itself of responsibility for more than $25, but tne Justice held that a mere acceptance of such a receipt is not enough to exempt the. company, and it should have conveyed the knowledge to the owner.
About I'i.arliuo. [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890
About I'i.arliuo. Every one knows about Pearline, almost every one uses Pearline, but «r_ wonder if all the housekeepers who use it know hair that can be done with it. We wonder ir they all know what soino of the bright ones have discovered, that those mountains of dishwashing -the greasy pan and kettle— may be reduced to mole hills of the smallest tin by the judicious nse of Pearline. Fill the roasting pan. as soou as the gravy is poured from it, with cold water, shake In a littie IVarline and set on tho stove, lty the time the rest of the dishes are washed, ali the grease is dissolved and the pan can be washed as easily as a Plata. Treat the kettle in which anything greasy has been boiled In the same way, and beside clean utensils you will have a clean sink, the use of the I'.-iti :,..!- rendering it safe to pour such dishwater into it. Sinks regularly treated to a bath of Pearline and scalding water will seldom need the services of a plumber.— From Watchman, Huston, Mass., Decemb...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890
NOTICES OF MEETINGS. : tt~~S* California Council. No. '_. It. a I*-*' and S. M.— Sleets Tills (WEDNES- tA DAY) EVENING. April 2d. at 7:10 o'clock, "SfJ" 77 tor business and degrees. Hy order of the T. /n^\ 1. .M. ap'J lt GEO. JOHNSON. Recorder. JKS= .llWBinn I.O'lje. No. 1«_. K. * a ***&amp; a. M.— Stated meeting THIS (WED- XX NESDAYI EVENING, April 2d, at 7 .10 "5? 77 o'clock. [It] 1. R. BUSCELLE. Sec. /\^\ 1-AA^j' illount Yloriali Loilifo. No. -I I. V. a *-r*tV and A. SL— Stated meeting THlS_jt% (WEDNESDAY) EVENING. Apill 2d, at B^T 2f o'clock. By order or the VV. M. f**y\ It . C. F. B KOWN, Secretary. &amp;_~__r &gt; Initiation.— Officera, &lt; .***aii!__y ! , ___*&amp; members and sojourning tireth-^_^t-*t^_^_2 icii are cordially invited to attend the =2^^*^^" meeting of Templar Lodge. No. 17, 1. '-"A/lvf*?* O. O. F., WEDNESDAY I-.VENiMi. April 2d, and witness the initiation. By order of the N. &lt;;. ap2 It. L. WAIiHAM, Recording ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890
vJ," 'J ; ; . ; ; "77' SPECIAL -: NOTICES.". •'-.,.-" :'■ " A 32A£r* - M-ssase Tre-itmi-nt; New I.ady AsnPsg sistants. - 230 O'Farrell st. ■■•- ■ ■ ap'J 15t* : 322%y* All Bagi_:»ce ; Reraalnlni' nt the ****** Capitol House unclaimed will be disposed of. in thirty days. - . ; ;. ap'J :&gt;t* CP^ss=First-classi Dook-keeperand Acconnt_S*£^ ant open for engagement; squaring and balancing confused accounts a specialty; security for trustworthiness, and pre-eminent ability guaranteed. Address S P. N., Accountant, Box 100, Call Branch office. ,**»■*■■ -■■■■•■- ---.■■..-. ■ - mr3l St* *■■ f^s=" 33 Taylor St.— Rose Cleveland, from *-J&gt;^ New York, with new lady assistants: magnetlc massage; 1 to 11 p. m. ------ mr_U stB^S= A New Process Discovered by the tH*&amp; celebrated female physician. DR. E. VICE ot Berlin, for female trouble, no matte; from what cause, etc.; no medicine need be taken; safe: in all cases impossible to fail. Sole agent for Cal. . DR. V. POPPER...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890
__^SJT-lATIOXS-c6xTi : NPED. . C OMI'ETENT DRESSMAKER ' WILL _ SEW~IN _ families for $2 per day: cutting and fitting* specialty. Dressmaker, Box 108, Call Hrancb.l 3t* "YOUNG DANISH WOMAN WANTS SITUATION - X for cooking and general housework. Brooklyn Hotel, 208 Bush St.. Room 21. • ■- ■-■' apl 2.* GOOD COOK AND WAITRESS WANTS SITUAtion; reference. . 14 William St. '..'_— apl 2t* - ; QWEDISII GIRL WANT'S PLACE DO LIGHT 0 honseivork. 1015 Bryant at., la rear, spl 3t* ■&gt;" GOMPETENT SWEDISH GIRL WANTS SlTUatlon to do general housework; best of rcfetences given. 143 Sixth St.. Room 06. c apl 3t* RESPECTABLE YOUNG GIRL WISHES A POSI-' tion for upstairs work and walling or take care of . grown children. Address M. - D., 33 Rlncon place. .-.." ■■■-■■■■■-• _ apl 2t* GIRL FROM THE EAST, A GOOD COOK; willing to assist with . washing. 23 Howard court. '...•■ .■..-... ■_■■■■ apl 2t* -\-0~u"no LADY DESIRES A POSITION AS, X type-writer or copyist, or assistant book-keeper; wages no obj...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — San Francisco Call — 2 April 1890
.'22 JIELP 'WANTED— CONTINUED.'- .;. Q;On TO ' A GOOD DISH-WASHER -AT ItKSgP^U taurant. 1553 Market St.. ■-- ■;. „. ' .-_ -'-"It* '■» Cl IRL TO ASSIST; WAGES $8 TO $10. 172^ y Mission st. ■■_. . ■■-= y. - - c ' : .;---l-t" Good • HANDS . ON VESTS; ALSO "APPRENtIce. ' 641 Stevenson st. ... • jip'J It* ■ WANTED-N EAT, RESPECTABLE GERMAN, girl to take care or children and do light tipstairs work: proper person will find good In. in.-: teferences required. Apply .2312 Howard sl: ,ap22t* FIRST-CLASS WAIST-HAND CALL.ROOM 122, Murphy Building. -° _____________________________"' WANTED— TAILORESS ON. YES IS: ..NONE but first-class may tpnulre. 20* Minna sL, cor. . Third. o•■ ° ? . .- °' -.'.- a.u~lX*..'.. 'W-ANTED-GIRL TO. DO GENERAL. TIOUSEV •ft work.- X___ft_______________t______! .Tt*' ' ■ WANTED-YOUNG GIRL TO TAKE CARE OF"' - *' Infant;' references required. Apply,: 8J: to,: 12, 1128 Eddy st. _ ".;.. •. y. ' , • '-' ... It* ■ . ANTED- FIRS_T-GLASS PANTS OPERATOR-' ■ tt and finisher on e...